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Hood's Sarsaparilla will do you until
you try it. Buy a bottle to-day nnd
bejin to take it.
Flection November S, 1398.
J. M. QUARLES,
THE LYNCHBURG NEWS.
The Lynchburg News deserves great
credit for its Monday morning war edi?
tion, which furnished Lexingtonians
with thc latest news for breakfast. Wu
assure the News that its effort was high?
ly appreciated here. It indeed shows
the enterprising spirit of this wide
Spain is now finding out that there
is a day of reckoning for nations as well
as for individuals, and that the punish?
ment for six hundred years of greed
and cruelty never equaled is not easy
It is an off day when the Spaniards
do not claim to have killed a naval
officer or two and to have disabled one
or more of our warships.
Thc combined influence of Mr. Mc?
Kinley and Secretary Long has not
been strong enough to get action by
the House on the Navy personal bill
although it has been favorably reported
and is now on the calendar. Reed and
Boutellc aro credited with having hung
up tho bill.
If our gallant soldiers and sailors
can sland the tropical heat ti which
they are exposed, members of Con?
gress out to Lc able to stand the cli?
mate of Washington all summer.
Tho latest canvass of the Senate
shows 50 for anil 33 against the annex?
ation of Hawaii, but the anti's are
still struggling to prevent a vote upon
thc annexation resolution.
Mr. George La Monte appears to
regard tho prohibition nomination for
governor of N. J., as a sort of three
card monte skin game, and has ele
clintd to accept it.
It is a great pity that the coldness
between Mr. McKinley and the half
deposed Czar cannot be utilized to
lower the temperature in the vicinity
Some would-be Democratic leaders
are working hard to demonstrate their
unfitness to lead.
Size has nothing to do with a man's
fighting qualities. "Bull'' Shafter
weighs 300jpounds, while"Joe" Wheel?
er only weighs 125, but they are both
the real thing when it comes to fighting.
1 he Spaniards at Santiago appear to
have learned to shoot their Mausor
rifle**, and to be improving in the uso
ot their big guns.
If it be fair to judge from the first
weeks experience of the army in Cuba,
tho volunteer min.es have no summer
picnic on hand.
Dewey has shown his level head by
confining his communications to Wash?
ington to those occasions upon which
ho has had something to fay.
Tho New York preacher who 6aid:
"None of us is original,'' hit the bull's
eye square in the center, but that need
not prevent men being as original as
Afflicted in Various Ways, But
All Find Help
Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures Dyspep?
sia and Other Troubles.
111 have taken Hood'a Sarsaparilla aa a
blood purifier with good reaults. I also
took lt while going through the critical
period of my life which I have alwaye
dreaded. My age la 44 yearn and I never
felt better in my life. About two mouthe
ago my arm waa covered with carbunclea,
but theae hav* aU healed aince taking
Hood'a Saraaparllla. My little daughter
had dyapepaia for two yeera and medicine*
did not give her permanent relief. She
waa obliged to atay out of school and I
became dlacouraifed. I began giving her
Hood'a Baraaparflla and now ahe la going
to achoo! every day, haa a good appetite
and alMpe waif. Hood'* Sartaparlila hag
cured my eon of catarrh." Mrs. Habhy
Obovm, lOOS Fifth Avenue, North Weat,
Hoanoke, Vtrgiau. Bemember
la tha teat-the Oae True Blood PuriBer.
.s<.id?yaUdruggl?ta. -.??, *?* for *3.
at the v
Washington, July 4.?Glorious news
from Cubit afton!* tho American p opie
just reason for nu enthusiastic celebra?
tion cf lliis, ihe i atiwii's natal day.
Admirul Sampson has accomplishers
the work which.he was directed to per?
form when he left Key West for tho
southern coast of Cuba. Ho was or
dero Ito find and destroy Cervera's
fleet. Several weeks ago, Comm.dore
Schley locsted the fleet in tbe bay of
Santiago. Yesterday, after being bot?
tled helpless in tho harbor for weeks,
the fleet was destroyed. Nothing now
remains of tho Spanish squadron but
.?battered and burning hulks.
In adelition to the splendid work ac?
complished by Admiral Sampson, Gtn
:ral Shafter, in command of the land
brees before Santiago, had so far pro?
cessed in tho carrying out of his plnns
or the reduction of the city that at
0:30 yesterday morning he demanded
de immediate surrender of tho Spanish
CALLED ON TO SCBllENDEP.
At 4:30 yesterday afternoon General
hafter's demand had not been com
ied with, so far as the war officials
?re were able to ascertain.
That the demand will bo complied
ith, however, General Shafter fully
-lievt'K, and that tho Stars and Stripes
ill on this fourth of July bo raised
er the former capital of Cuba is re
rded as practically ceriain.
Shortly after 12 o'clock this morning
isistantSecietary of the Navy Allen
t the White House hastily and go
j directly to the Department posted
3 following upon the bulletin boirJ:
GLORIOUS NEWS CO .\ FIRMED.
General Shafter telegraphs:
?Playa del Este, July 3.
'Early this morning Isenta demand
tho immediate surrender of Santi
), threatening to bombard tho city,
eliove the placo will be surrendered-"
-This contradicts tho report that tho
ai ral has fallon back.
Che following dispatch was received
lhe War Department:
Playa del Esto, July II.
iiboney office confirms statement
t all the Spanish fleet except one
ship destroyed and burning on the
eh. It was witnessed by Captain
th, who told operator no doubt of
ALLEN, Signal Gfficer.
laya del Este, July 3.?The destruc
of Cervera's fleot is confirmed.
NO DETAILS RECEIVED.
etails of the destruction of Cer
's fleet have not been received at
writing by either the War or
r* Department. Whether Samp?
le ships ont?red the harbor and
? attacked and annihilated tbe
ueh squadron, or whether Cervera
* a desperate dash past the sun
Merrimac to tie ocean beyond in
lope tbat he might be able to save
ist a part of his fleet, has not been
jataut General Corbin voiced the
gs of every one of the officials
don't care how the fleet was de
.'d. It was destroyed. That is
*h for mc. It is great news for
ourth of July."
one or spain's TIN 1ST.
' fleet of Admiral Cervera wa9 ono
finest Spain possessed, Three of
ssels, the Alimirante Oquendo,
zcaya and the Cristobal Colon,
mo jem armored cruisers of tbe
Vizcoya was of 7,000 tons dis
lcnt, 340 feet long and heavily
3d, her belt armor being 12
in thickness and her deck armor
inches. Her main armament
;ed of two ll inch, ten 5-5 inch
ria guns.( She carried six tor
ubfs, was capable of a speed rate
Hy knots and her complement
Aimirante Oquendo was in ni
?7ery respect a duplica'.o of tho
Cribtobal Colon had a disp'ace
' 6,400 tons and was 328 feet
She had six-inch armor, hoth
rater line and at the gun posit
?inch armor on her deck, Her
mament consisted of two 10
i C-inch rapid firo guns, six
, and four torpedo tubes. She
ible of a speed of twenty knots
ied a complement of 450 men.
of the raiitary pictures now
ul lished t-hould properly be
m ng the horrors of war.
and cou ri
At ll c
kels of th
line, and i
Imo of out
?etioit Free Pres* tojo Rev. toA the t:
on Gardner, who was nomi- tiago road
Congress on thc thieo hun
thirty-third ballot, has hung
that nomination for three
ahead of t
LOSSES UP TO YESTERDAY
Wasbii ;liin, J Iv .'5 -Fioni tbo boat
mid carnage of the btttlsfisld of f-'auti
ago, whore, for ibo las. three days tho
Ameriean forces have pressed forward
agtiiistnn intreiiched army, Gonoral
Shifter to-day sent Ibe following dis
[latcii s_innaari_ring tho situation:
Kays dd Este, July ::.
?.ccrolaiy of Wot, Washington:
Camp torilla, Gobs, July 3
mts tba toa a well invested on tbe
lorth and cast, but with ft very thin
ine. I'pnn npproacbing it wo lind
oitifioatioiis of such ft char aoter
nd tbo dofonso _o strong, it will bo
_uj.ossi_.lc to carry it by storm with
ny present loree.
Our loss up to dato will SggregS S S
iiousond, but tho li _.__. ha n t yet been
lade. But little sicklies ? utsiile of
xhaustation from interne heat and cx
*tion of tho buttle of tho day beforo
.s.orday, and thc almost constant fire
hich is kept upon Hie trenches.
Wagon roftd to tbo r.nr is kept ap
ith some difficulty on account of
ins, bul it wi 1 bo ftblo to use it for
General Whetlor is seriously ill anti
ll probably havo to go to tho rear lo
,y. General Young is also very ill;
n fined to bis be J. General ILiw
19 slightly wounded in tho fool.
Dating sortie mftilo by the enemy
t night which was handsomely re
lsod. The behavior of tho troops
General Gracia reported bc bolds
) railroftl from Santiago to Sa i
icis, and bas burned a bridge snd
noved nome rails; a'ho that General
ndo haw armed fit Painui, and that
s French consul with about four
mired French citizens carno into bis
e yesterday from Santiago; have
feled bim to Ireat thom with every
stroxoholds havk fallen.
rho Spanish strongholds of Caney
I El Paso havo fallon, aud tbe fort
Yguadores, just east of Morro Castlo,
the coast, bas been blown lo ruins
tbo gun3 of tbo fleet.With tho exct p
i of about a thousand troops who
guarding Baiquiri and Jiirngua, the
iro army is engaged, together with
)() of General Garcift'a Cuban troops,
i men fought gloriously. Tbe bat
began just at daylight at a point
ut eight miles from Jurngu. and
? miles northeast of tho outer for
tttions of Santiago. The general
?r for an ndvance was issued bo?
oral Shatter nt dark Inst night, and
nidnight every ni an in tho tinny
,v that a desperate s rugglo would
e with tbe dawn.
THE FIRST snoT.
ao first shot was fired from tho
.ry at G:40 by Captain Capron,
io son, Captain Allyn K. Capron,
o Rough Hiders, was killed at
la. Tbo shot was directed nt
y. where tbo Spaniard, wero in
, and it fell in tbo heart ot tbe
Tbo firing continued for twenty
tea without response. In tbo
timo tbo cavalry division had
d forward on tbe main Santiago
bended by a light battery of the
ul Artillery.under Captain Grimes,
oovement of this battery was a
irealdng task, owing to the mud
valley ami a steep hill. Under
psu'ards in tbo lit.lo town of El
etreated, and Captain Grimos's
y took up a position there and
a rapid firing into Ca ney. Tho
i tbe two batteries mado the
o hot tbat tbo enemy fm ally re
having no artillery,
town waa surrounded by roagh
orks and linos of barbed wire.
a raking riitK.
r the enemy bad been dtivon
il Paso twenty-ono shots wore
y Captain Grimes and Captain
from the position into the outer
xtionB of Santiago before a re
came. When it did como,
r, it came with unoxpic od ne?
llie Bhots bs ng from .1- and
apid-fire rifles, evidently tnken
Imiral Cervera's warships and
d behind tho fortifications. Tbe
gunners raked tbe bill on
-'ore the headquarters of Gen.
ireia, Castillo, Capote, and Rabi.
ll struck a large sugar store
iu th9 red corrugated roof of
tood ton Cubans viewing thc
Hie roof foll and all of tbe
wore wounded, and tinco of
THE ENEMY RETREATS.
to the loft General lawton's
with Cbaffee's men und Ca
.tteiy, was mean timo fighting
ri th ibo enemy en trenched in
t Caney. Tbo Spaniards con
ery i_,ch of ground bitterly,
it with unexpected coolness
ige, bat tbo irsistible onward
t of the Americans foi ce them
?'clock the torr.bio fire trom
apron's gun<*, and the inns
e mm, broke tho Spanish
_. retreat began toward the
er fortilications. Tho enemy
rail known as tbe main San
, and Captain Grimes Bat
edifttely pitching shells in
he letreating mm, while a
it of 2,000 Cubans, headed
slarled to cut off the retreat
in tho ;
to tho ft_
ALWAYS KEEP ON HAND \
> THERE IS NO KINO OF PAIN OR tf
*? ACHE, INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL, ?
THAT PAIN.KILLER WILL NOT RE.
LOOKOUT FOR IMITATIONS ANO SUD
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BEARS THE NAME,
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(KUVEKAS Sd IPS ALL DE
Washington, July I. Tho Secretary
Of tho Navy hus reecivod tho following:
'?Playa via Hayti, 3:15 a. m.. July 4.
"Kibonoy, July 3.?To Secretary of
"3:15 a, m.?Thc fleet under my
command oilers thc nation as a Fourth
of July pi03c-nt the destructi ni of the
wholo of Cervera's fleet. It ntlomp'i I
to cscapo nt 0:39 a. m., tho last, the
Ciistubal Colon, had ma ashore, si.viv
mies west of Santiago, and had let
down her colors.
'Tho Iufiutn Moria Te'te.-a.Oqiiuinlo
ind Vizcayn were f.uro 1 ashore,burned
md blown up within twenty in.lin <u
Santiago; thc Furor and Piuton nett
lest! (.yoi within four milos of tbopOlt.
"Loss, one killed und two wouiidcd:
jiioniy's loss probably tuveral huinlrcd
rrom guu-firc,e.\plo!*ionsaiul drowning.
Vbout l,.'ioo prisoners, including Ad
"Thc man killo 1 wns George H.
?.Uh, chief yocmin cf thc Brooklyn.
\ (t.U.I.ANT DaVOL
Admiral Carron undo as gallant a
lash for libel ty and for tl.o pruserva
ion of his sdiips this mcrning as has
vcr been Inonu in lhe hi.-, tory of naval
rarfaro. In thc fac3 cf overwhelming
dds, with nothing before lum but in?
viable destruction or surrender, if he
t?maiucd any longer in thc trap in
hieh tho Aiuericin fie ut hold him, he
lade a bold dash from tho harbor at
io time the Americans least expected
im to do so, and fighting uvery inch
F his wai", even when his ship WM
ilazo and sinking, ho tiited to cscapo
io doom which was wjitteu on thc
uzzlo of Oreti American gun trained
pon his vessels.
The Americans saw him tho momeir.
I left thc harbor and commenced their
?irk of elestruction riiniediatcly. For
. hour or t ,vo thoy followed thc Hying
>an;ards to tin- westward along thc
ore lino, Mading shut after--hot into
cir steel sides, and oovenij- their
oks with the blood of thc killed and
nowra nc iriaimio,
Al no time did the Spaniards e-diow
y indication that they intended to do
?erwise than fight to the last. They
mod no signs of sun ender even
un their slips commenced io sink
1 tho groat clouds or smoko pouring
rn their side--* showed they woro on
. But they turnod their vessels to
*d the shore, less than a milo away,
1 ran thom on the beach and rocks,
*rc tbe'r destruct n was soon corn?
ed. The officers and mon on board
i cscipcd to tho shore as well as
,* could, with the -assistance of boats
; from thc Amoricau men-ot-war,
threw themselves upon tho morey
icir captors njht nat only extended
lem the gracious hand of American
ulry, but sont then a guard to
cot thom from the murderous bands
uban soldiers hi ling in the bush
ic hill side, oa^or to rush down and
:k tho iniir.ued, defeated, but
AWFUL RAIS OF SHELL".
e after anothci tho Spanish shijis
ne tho victims oi tho awful rain of
I which tho American battleships
HI an 1 gunboats pourod upon
and two hours after tho first of
Mt had started out of Saut ago
r, their cruiser-i and two torpedo
destroyers wuru li ing on tho shore,
fifteen milos west of Moro Castle,
ing to piccos, smoko and Hame
ig from every part of thom and
ig tho entire coast line with a
Inch could bo scon for milo-.
vy explosions of ammunition oc
avery few minutes, .sending curls
io white smoke a hundred feet
lir, and causing a shower of
iron and steel to fall in the
in every side. Tho bluff** on tho
ne echoed with the roar of evory
iii, and the Spanish vessels sank
and deeper into the saud,or else
cg ground their hulls to pecos
rollo 1 or pitched fjrward or
s with every wave that Washed
om from Ihe open sea.
al Cervera escaped to tho
a boat sent by tho Gloucester
isidance of the Infanta Maria
and as so n us ho toothed
li he surrendered Limself and
aand to Lieutenant Horton
el to be taken on board thc
er?which was the only Amuri -
'1 near him ai thu time?with
this c[.Icons, including the
To tho !
- . -___-* _-"--fc*S___BB__a_J__QB_B_B___r__B-__^^
of thc Moth . ['.apes thc course
of unborn : ?? ' :rati on s- goes
sounding through all the
apes and enters tile confines of
Eternity. With what core, there*
fore, should thc Expectant Motli?
er bc guarded, .ind bow great tbe
effort bc to ward off danger and
make bur life joyous and happy.
sea, and so
?m9]3&iv*-^r' ^~ pares thc
system that Childbirth is made easy
and the time of recovery short?
ened?many say " stronger after
than before confinement." It in?
sures safety to life of both moth?
er aiid child. All who have used
" Mother's Friend " say they will nev?
er be without it again. No other
remedy robs confinement of its pain
"A cii_.ti.mi"r whoso vrlfo use'l 'Mother's Friend,'
says that if hIio had to go th nm): li the ordeal
spain, aud thi'rn were hut four dottie! to tie
obtained, and tho cont wi- $100.00 per bottle, he
would havo them.'' OSO.L__.TTOV, Dayton, Ohio
Sent dy expret-*. on receipt of price, 11.00 PER
BOTTLK. Hook to "KXI'KCTANT MOTH?
ERS" mall?(l free upon application, containing
raluable information and rulantarjr teatlmoulalt
rHcBRADrieLOReGULATOR co., Atlanta,Qa
_SJM. IT AU P-H-SOIBTS.
\*ip';ii'i of tbo lin j; sh ip. Tbo BpSttlsh
idmira', who was wouaded ;u tho arm,
,\ a . tnken to tbo Gloucester and was
ecelv.d at Ibo gangway bj ber com
naoder, Lieutenant Commander
...chard Wn'iwright, who grasped tho
iand of tho gray Leaded admiral omi
aid to him;
',1 coDgratulrte you, sir, upon bav
og made as gallant a fight aa was ever
ritnessed on the sea."
Lieutenant Com-na-d.' ''Vnwright
ben placed bis cabin at tu.. ... *>i si
f tbo Spanish oilicers.
At tbat time Ibe Spanish llsgship and
hiv other Spam; h vessels had been a
round and burning for two hour_,and
ie only one of the egenping fleet which
mid not be seen at this point,was th?
ristobal Colon. But half a dozen
iris of smoke far down on the wes
rii horizon i-l owed the fate that was
nu; colon's oonli sro.
Thc Cristobal Colou was tbe fas'et
the Spanish ships, and she toon c 1 >
(ned a lead OTrt tLo others after
iviug tho harbor an 1 i scaped tho ci?
el ot tbo shots which destroyed tbe
ber vessels. Sho steamed away at
eat speed, ..iib the Oregon, Ni w
irk, Brooklyn and tereral other ships
pursuit, all of them tiling nt Ler
ii-tautly and receiving lire them
res from her after gnus. There was
possibility whatever for ber escape,
1 while ber fate is noe deliuitely
awn at this hour, it can bo readily
igiued from tbe words of Captain
mis, of tho Iowa, who returned from
westward with 310 prisoners from
Vizcaya just aa the American Press
patch boat was leaving tho Spanish
u answer to au inquiry, bo ihouted
)ugb thc megaphone :
I left the Cristobal Colou far to tbe
tward au hour ago, aud tbe Oregon
giving her hell. Sbo has undoubt
? gone down with tbo others, and
.viii havo a Fourth of July ee'obra
in Santiago to-morrow.''
[.ptain Evans, who ha J been in tbe
k of tho engagement up to tbe
he took tho Vizcaya'a omBen and
? from tbe shore, said that to t ho
of his knowledge, not ono Amori
.hip had been struck.
manish (onus b_uyt_
te torpedo boat Ericsson which
returned from tbo westward about
ame time, made a similar report,
ig it was believed uo mau was ____.<
! on board tho Aiuogcau ships,
jh another roport had it tbat one
was killed on board tbo Brooklyn,
l could not bo veritiod as this dia
ero is no means of tolling now
tbe Spanish loss was, but it ia
ed to havo boon very beery, aa
isonors iu custotly report their
fctrcwu with dead and wounded
at numbers, aud besides there ia
naen! tbat many bodies could be
.stoned to pieces of wreckago
g in tbo sea after tho tight win
laington, July 4.?At 11:95 to
tbo Navy departme_it posted tbe
led translation of a cipher cable
eceived from Commodore Wat
t is similar to tbat received to?
ni Admiral Sampson, but con?
ic additional information tbat
miaids weie killed or drowned,
Minded and 1,000 captured,
doro Watson's'dispatch follows:
Pia) a dele Este, July 3.
.Secretary of tho Navy, Wash
10 a m. to-elay tbo Spaniard
.ARNESS OF WEN
iljr. Thorough lr, Forarar Cared
bj a new pert., ted _el.n.l__*
method that cannot f_^
utile.- the ca.e la ba/ooi
human aid. Yon feel Ira
pro.ed the Sra! da/, feel i
ben efl t e .err da/, aoon kao?*
oureelf a kine tamma ane?
ri l.o.ljr, mind and bean.
Ilratna and lowe* ended.
*>Te_7 ol.ttaele t* kappi
married life rem..- Sir**
force, will, anarer, trevan
r lMt, are reetored br thia lr ea trna et. All
rtlona of the bodr enlarced Md ttraaf-h
rrtte fer oar bool*, with ejplanatl.nr and
Seat eeale.t, free. 0.er J.000 ii'ireii_r
aiul is ii
squadron, sereu in all, including one 4
- iitibcal, carno out of Sun.iago in col?
umn and Wes totally dsstrojrad within
an hour, excepting Cristobal Colon.
which wah cbasetl forty-fire tai 1 ko
westward by Ibo OODUCaader- n- cbi f,
Brooklyn, Oregon and J exes, Murren- |
dering to Proe-klvn, bu< wi;* beached to
Nono of 1 ur officers or men were in?
jured except cn board tho Brooklyn.
Chi< f Yeoman Ellis was kill.- 1 and one
Admiral Cervera, all commanding
office: a, excepting of thc Oquendo,
aLout 70 other officers, and 1,000
marines are prisoners. About 350 men
were drowned and 180 wounded, tbe
latter being cared for on tbo Solace
and Olivette. Having just arrived ofl'
Santiago in tbo Marblehead to take
charge while tbo commander-in-chief
is looking out for tho Cristobal Colon."
m* - ? ? m -
After meals you should have simply
a feeling of comfort and satisfaction.
You should not feel any spcc:al in?
dications tbat digestion is go ng on.
If you do, you have indigestio 1, which
means not-digestioa. This may bc the
beginning of so ma> - dangerois
diseases, that it is best to tako it in
band at once and treat it with Shaker
Digestive Coidal. For you know tbat
indigestion makes poison,which c.uses
pain and sicknegp. And that Shaker
Digestive Cordial helps digestion and
c-re indigestion. Sb-ker Digestive
Corelial docs this by providing the
digestive matoiia's in wbicb tho sick
stomach is watting. It, abo tones up
and strengtbens tbe digestive organs
makes them perfectly hea'thy. Tbis is
tho latiOnsle of its method of curr, a
tbe doctors would say. Sold by drug?
gists, price 10 cents to $1.00 per
NEW \YHE__T IN RIUHMOD.
The first new wheat of t_ie se .son
-vas offered in Richmond Thursday.
die samples came from Fowl abm an I
karoline countio. and \-orc< f Ibe Felt/,
?aricty, dry and well cloned. One
ample was full of gai lie and rot sold.
I'he Dunlop mills bought tbe feOod
anipb s fur HO cents per bushel. This
ie\v who it is six Jay 1 Liter tban las'
easop, but tbe selling price is th
ame as last via .
ROBBED IHE GRAVE.
A sti.rtl ng ine d< it, of whirl) Ur.
ibu O.iver of Philadelphia, was ile
jbjecf, is satiated by bim as follows :
I \i;ih in a most dreadful condition.
[y skui was -Imost yellow, syes sunk
1, tongue coated, pa'u coutioually li
.ck and tide, no appetite?gr.. I
rowing weaker div ly day Thre.
:iysiciaos bad given mi
, a friend adv sod
?tters;' and to irv great ; ; LB
isr, -be first boitlf mads 1
lprovenient. I conti
r three weeks, snd sm *.:??
[>". I know itt y rated D J
obed the grate of snottier v..
0 one _hould f'il to try tU:. U:'.;
1 con's per bet de a. McCium I
Clive Virginia children bo.k_ by Vii
lia authors and published by Virginia
ns. We have received from tbe B,
Jobn8on Publishing Company, Ricb
nd, a copy of Lee's His orv of tbe
ited States; Johnson's First Reader,
1 Johnson's Primmer. Wo have
mined those publications and they
not be excelled. They should bo
pted by tbo State Board of Educa
1 at their meeting in Richmond on
12th of thi. month, for use iu the
BUCKLIN'S ARNICA SALVE
be BestS live in tbo worldSd p
ts, Bathes, Sore?, Die: s. for
eum, Fever Beter, Teller. Ctaedal
id%Chilblains, Corns, a d all Skin
ii'ions, aud pesiti . ? cu.es Piles
0 pay retailed It is g.iaianteed
ive perfect sA'sfuct.O'i or money
uded. Price 25 ceuls per box.
_alo by McCrum Drug Co.
ibody cn tbe New England coast
iow acknowleelge tbat they ever
afraid of a Spanish attack, but
Congressional delegation and
tary Long coul I finnish djcu
ivry evidence, if so disposed,which
1 make acknowledgement un
lEMA ..KABLE RESCUE.
, Michael Curtain, l-laiufield, 1 ..,
tbe statement, that she _SH_A'lt
.hich settled on ber lungs ; s_e
eated for a month by ber family
'ftf*, but grew worse. He told
j was a hopeless victim of con
M and that no medicine coull
ir. Her drugfc'st sufege'dej Dr.
New Discovery for Con.ump
10 bought a bottle and to her do?
mini hersef be... titled from first
Sho continued its use and after
.ix bottles, found hen-el.1 sound
I1; now does ber own homework,
s well as she ever wa.. Free
tie ol this Gr. at Discover y at
11 Drug Co. Liuge bottle 50,
J tl' V
PNEUMONIA, J j
1 uss sa ___ito.su ssa
int . Hie
Uni lt Ir
get all tl
If not, tl;
r? Do they
leeks and lips
? And are
and robust in
j Scott's Emulsion
of cod liver oil ivith hypo
It never fails to build
up delicate boys and girls.
It gives them more flesh
and better blood.
, It is just so with the
baby also. A little Scott's
Emulsion, three or four
times a day, will make
the thin baby plump andi
?young body with
just the material
All Druffgi.t*, 30c. an4 fi.
Scott A Bow-rn*. <-b*m'.se?, N Y.
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V 1- Um Clerk'* OOet ottut <
Co aiu' Roo'.'-..ij;-<* coiinl v, in va? a * ie 1
r niifl C. Mor 'son.Platt MT,
. H. Letcbec BuorntorotItouum
Ila :.e , lie-t-r i-n. Lou^a V.
McCo ?' ie, MaUie D. Spot
11,-ni Marj* .a A. Bi'ke Q
I). I ".<? tr, I ?!- .-*. ll.
Lin tbe*, .'?' 1. M. a. I'oue ,.
Krccuii. o' Jo-hi C, Cow***,
The oak et ot 'ti" ?l ovi Ni is ta ???/*? t.ie
[tiOO Lieu -a I! ?: t ,'.'?? f.i"- st '-'Inp;
?? deo, ? pi d a 10 d'ug .nie-H,
nd ?.!)?? 1.-tic tie, ?'uuld ilii-n'
? ? IPI ' Oj I I* .'elm lei ,.
Ard ;? lii'm 1* I'STiog t? en u'ado and Hird
int M igi .1 A, Ul) vt j fid 3f ittle li.
[Kl ta I I I'lla ICM ,|. ,,a, 0* tula
'i'tf. 't :*i o t'c .tl i1 ..1 ii'e* ("?lea-he.t*
ith'1 r in-11' e-1 ".?-.* tine pi'I ?ic-'lion of
ii- tiiiif ? f 'il co wt ct ?', iiitee *>niy to pro
Bi t e'i I itt ' .rt.
B, ll. WITT. I 'jerk.
T. Glaigow, p. ?**.
jun- M -!t j:.75
IK ARMY AND NAVY IfAQAaaW
lag tha Daly nationally known illustia.'-Hl
ot MJH(ar7anti Mani liff pillingini!
tbe L'niio'i Siates, ll gTeaU"* in demi-ul
?1 as a sj..'fiat Inaucemeat, ihe puii'inher*
ll Mod III pott ??aid, tit in' n b.?, for
ly om dollar, tingle cootel D ceuit. Ii Ih
iiinl-i.iu.- ii".i-t''..tvl M ['.'?:" publication.
The coming la* i*r n tllim ralkrai
I - ol tbe I ailed State* and Span ch
rte", auo oaVOM of thc Ai my ami Navy
l GoTetonwQt ofliiials.
rbe neat numbe<* will clve ipleodid pi<
' ada* ra] Sainj-fii. Geai .il Mil -,
- 1 Biffley, Lieutenant Hobaoa, and
f.' ?? f mn late
iii Chief ol t*M
HERBERT CE( IL LEWI"*, Km...:.
W ;i.ahi.i,.*?iii. I). Ci
? Vi.Kin.*i Mill
b Kf 1 Meal! A .Mil...
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...?ry In-, ii,il- with fie* ? PMatl lott .eulie
y.-u- .-j. lng AagVatt ?t, MO, no Ijt' .-*t.
1 wiM be opttnei .liny |g, 1 ?>.?*. JW
?iih*atloT"8 apply io F. W. Boui 0 i, Com
i;ry o' Sui's sc. i,e - [| * any
ail b ti- ieat*tred Aeld.aM ,11 bil* to
"a'9 Jt .**? pl'.iUll'elclf'lt.
IOD RELIABLE AGENT WANTED
to sell'leis, (,,,T.,.- ll.iki"-.' Powdaw
**'?'!?.?- Jibe-...' coiniiii -ions pi>'d. Ad
1 0 lt A N li l N loN TEA Cl >.,tttl8eve>oih
N, -.v . ,' ir l 00, 1). I'. jeMl
ov vont pourri!
B. -A 0.
ie Ball'moMk Obk> H. H. aiBa
ion tioketa lo ard Limb a'l pobili Mal
I Obit) Uiver. ?ithin a radius of ?JW)
k but not t<i and (Ma itat'pM )-?-it
lt'uoiv Md., roi .*"i info* Joly fd.
ul -lill, valiii for i.'.u 1 I'.is.sa.f nulli
..th. i'lilusiv... ai OKEATLV BB
Ti:.i >' BOBSE. A li own mr 1 ..ilcut
SI o'. 10 yen ? s old wei; ha*g" abou. '.?oO
m) pun.uis. wi.u a imoi o?i um of back,
id my siih'ooi a-sii.u li.'y, .Mut *.)'ili.
?rae cans*. 1 a ra *t byn*OTeaig mme
li.nj; OOM! 1 ' ttOtl ' ,' and rove t .-.i.ig.
. JOHN .* ll ri ill DAN.
Ct Ler;ugtou. Ya
NTS WI STEI) to ini.oduce ih
(icttt discovery A**HKluk. for llaaght
kinky mid curly bair. IJi^ lomiuib*
Bend 4c. ia at nop** for infoi mulloo,
sed by the riii'eil**.iaiica health repo.ts.
?h it Kicb, 11 Broadway. New iork.
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BLIGHTER <& CO*
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lickens per pound
iiiionK ICarkbti, Jiit
- 40 to 4.*i
,25 M 30
S lo 10
10 to ll
? to 7
",j to 4
If to ll
? 1.00 to *1.10
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ti.00 to |4..50
4,00 to 4-W
8.50 to 4 00
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