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TUE8DAY EVENING. JAN.
In kormeb timee nearly all the 8en
ators and R*pres*ntative8 in WaBbiug
tonon New Year'a Day called at tbe
White House and paid their respects to
tbe Preeident; but io tboee tico>e
every citizen of tbe country, lo
matter to wbat political party he bt
longed, reepected tbe man who b-d
been elected Preeident by a fair ma
jority of tbe unbought votea of bi?
fellow-citii^ns. But all that haa been
changed, and a- tbe election of Preei?
dent* ie now bought with a prioe, and
not fairly decided by the votee of the
people, few, except tboee who have
some aelfisb intereat to promote, retain
any of tbat reepect, and eo the coc
greeBional callers at tbe "Executive
Mansion"yee!erday were by no meena
numerouH, and tbe democrata among
tbem could be couoted upon one'e
Both Cong.-eee and tbe Ueneral Ar
eembly wiil reeume tbeir eebaiooB to
morrow. Ab nearly all tbe pnsven
able evil-t tbat bave fallen upon this
oountry bave reeulted for the legiela
tion of the former, and moBt of tbos<
with which V?rgi_ia bae been eBpecial
ly afflicted bave been the etJect of tbat
of the latter, all wiae men interested in
the fate of either, bope tbat botb may
adjournat .?eearlieet poaeible moment.
A? money ia now concede<l to be tbe
real legislator in all the hO-called legit
latlve bodieB of tbe country, tbtre is
really uo need for CocgrerB or Htate
legislatures, and tbe people may ar
well be Bpared the extra txpenae ol
One of tbe few tbinga tbe legi-latur*
Of Virginia migbt do tbat would be
beneficial to all traVrlera in the 8taU,
would be to pas-8 the bill now before
it to provide separate railroad cara
for the two racea to rid^ lo. Almoi-t
daily Bome trouole ariaea from tbe mix
ing of the racea in auch cara. Mort
wbito men would ratber ride io a
emokicg car, diaagreeable aa it may b?-,
tban force a lady togive tbem part of
theira, but uncouth, dirty, and ill
amelling negroea will not hteitate to do
eo, tbougb tbere may be plenly of rooru
in the Bmoking cara
Alexandria never waa a good place
for booma, bur, during the U-t year, II
ha? puraued tbe even teuor of ita way,
quietly, but with auch progrees as to
atimulate tbe bope tbat the truth of th<
newepaper accounta of revived protper
ity in all parta of the country may be
aaataioed by the experience of thia city
alao. Alexandria decorated herseequ'
oenteunial, and "celebrated:' tbe auni
veraary of Gen. Waabington'a deatb.
8he sbould now exert ber most strenu
ous efforta to do aometbiog for heraelf
tbat will really deaerve commemora
Thk LATK8T reported echeme by
wbicb Mr. McKinley bopea to acquire
more foreigu territory ia one by which
be and bia new allv. Great Britaio, an
to aeize and divide Ivberia. Hia lu-l
for land aeenua to be aa abaorbing h
tbat for a renomination, and ia limit
leas in the acope of its operation, no'
only incloding ielanda in all tbe eear,
but Africa'a golden aanda, upon tle
people of which hia government oaa>
deeired to confer, tbe "ineetimable"
boon of independenoe.
Accountb of bur-jiu--.- failures cot
tioue to occupy a larga porlion of
apace in tbe Nortbern newapapera, and
tbat, too, though tbe very mmc papern
represent buaioeas in tbeir aection ??
never 80 prorfperoua aa it is oosc. But
at tbe anine time tbey adviae tbeir
readera to be liberai to tbe poor, whc,
tbey aay, are more needy oow tban
ever before. But tbe ricb, and tbot-e
wbo pander to them, alwaya ?ee tbinge
tbrougb roaeate apectaclep, rimmett
A NKORO brigadlt r g-neral was ahot
and kiiled in Havana laat Suoday by a
policewao for reaiatiug arrtst for a
brutal aasault upon a aanitary innptc
tor. Acoording to Preerdent McKiult),
tbe Cubana will be free wben tbey cai
govero tbemdelveB; but if tbey appoiot
eucb brigadier generaja as tbe one n
ferred to, tbeir freedom is not yet in
aight, as people wbo can govern thtm
welve.H dou'i nmk.> auch appoiatmeuii-.
MtClure'a Magazine oaa been r.
oeived from ita publiabera in New
York. Ita coutenta are: Tbe Annui
ciatioa to Mary, The Life of tbe Ma-t.i.
Hottest Heat aud Electrical Kurnaet.-.
Tbe Infatuatioo of Ao&erly, Tbe Lnofe
of tbe Nortbern Mail, Peary's Littr
Work iu tbe Arctic, (Jettiog C'jptain
(' itneron, Monsieur Beaucaire, Ai> O..:
rjiory, Tbe B izztrd at Iuaogeue, Th?
"Conatellatiou" iu tbe War witt
Frauce, Blaine and Cookliug and tbi
Republicao i' jiiventiou in 1880, M>
Boyhood Dreama, and How tbe i'lanei?
Tlie New Yaar's oumber of the 81
Niobolas Magazioe has been received
from itfl publishera, tbe Ceotury C'om
paoy, New York. Iu oonteuts are
evea more titlraciive tbao ueuai, no
only to its youoger, but also to it?raore
[Oorreepondenoe of the Alexandria Gaaette.]
Waabin.ton. Jaouary 2
Tbe fieh bou*e of Neitzey & BaHer -
ger and (be Burcbe, JavioB and Faunce
oyvter bouees, valued at |1 200, near
tbe oyeter dtck, were deBtroyed by fire
early'tbia morniog. Tbe fire, it ia said,
waa cauotd by tbe exploeion of a coal
Geueral Oreely, chief of the - gnal
corpr, is oue of tbe intny who does no:
belitve tnat tbe crut-l war ia over ia
tne Pniuppiiifer. He eays : "Tbe work
ing of tbe i-i.ual corpe men over there
i. a good io'i catioo of tbe progreee of
tne war. Tne eriny ii euppoeed to prc
t*ct my men, wno are noc-combataot*,
when th^y are eogagrd in Btringing
wirea and ketping tne different brauct
e- ot tbe army io communicattou with
beadquartere. Thearmy seems uoable
to do tbia, ?ven io tbe near vicinity of
Marnla. Tne four aignal corpe men
c^p'urei u<ar Tarlac, laat Novtmber,
ave e^caped and return?d. Two of
our uifcn were killed near Imua wbe:j
rcpai:iug lit^a and one offlcer was kill?
ed at Escaiante. Four eigoal corpa
men were oap ured or killed at Taia
vera laat Tt.u<8day aLd today tbe news
comeB tbat Lieuteoan: Dutiy and teo
men have b?eu cap ured Boutb of
Vtgan. I cauuot eveu aecertaiu who of
my men ere cup'.ured and who are
uji-aing. Wnen the army ie able to
cotitrol the territory it haataken it will
oe able to proiect tbe uieu who made it
po-cihle for the army to operate intelli
Tbe following cbangeB in tbe fourtb
B_M pcs ofljces of Virginia were made
todaj : D.?t, Dte county, R. C. 8belburn
atipoiuied poatma*'.er, vice J. J.
Yeary, reaiiroK): Kimballtoo, Oilee
couuty, J. W. Bucbanan, vice J. P.
Preeident McKinley baving been
?onvioced tnat tbe help he reodw
Wall Btr^-et and tbe Chicago banks ia
rtti'Cted upon himaeif, reaaons tbat a
ii_e etfect will be produced by belping
:te ebipping lntereBta, alao at tbe ex
pbnae of tne Kovtrument, and, witb
tbat, object in view bas eatabliebed a
line of Bieau>era Oetween tbia country
Tae nuuubr-r of receptione at private
aoua?-8 here on New Year'a Day ia an
iiUally dtcreaaing. Among the few
b mta at wh.ch the cuetom wae ob
b--rved yeateiuay ,waa tnat of Admirai
D-w-y, aud it wae one of tbe moet
ureeaole, leeeojbliug ttit>8_ of old ttmt-a
,o ita iutormol tiucooventionaiiBm, in
!jO atiendaLceof old time people, au<;
iu he preetnce of Alra. McLean, the
Admirai'a motb?-r-:n-law, and tnoat all
tne otber re)ativ?-e of the lamily. Tbe
july ttiiug objectiooable about tbe Ad?
miral ia tbe courae he pureued with
rtg*rd to h.B bouse.
Tbe Beeeioti ot Oougftti will be r. -
-utued tomorrow. Tne 8Ubj-*cte tbat
wi.l receive i a earlitat courideratioL
Mill be tbe bil providiog for tbe bJokI^
tud atandaid, ihoee for the govern
tneut of the uewiy -couquered provioc* a,
that fjr giving bouuiiee to Bhtp ownera,
o codify tne pen^iou law and increaa*
pensione, lo ratify treatiee witb eeveral
loreign ^ov^toment-, io preveot a
iairly-jiected R-prereutative from tak
,ng hia teat, to give a aeal iu the 8er.
ate to a tunii wbo waa not elected, and
to increaae tbe annual appropriation
?>illa, acriot'g tbem tbat for the army,
wbicb, it ia eaid, will reach the enor
(ooua [iroportioiiri ol 1128,000,000, while
ne penaloo b.il will drry *14U,0Ou0OO
rbaaa ti^urea would bave atariied o.d
ime congre-Buieu, l>ut tbt-y were "be
aitid tne liflaaa," and uoi "up to da'.e.'
No two receut dt-atr.8 have beeo ri
;retted by tbe large Virgiuia colony
iitre more than tnore of Audrew Ken
.tdy, in foroaer yeara a dietiuguiabed
'awyer of Ciarleatown, and Mrs. Oeu.
Bradley JonriB'oo, eacb of whom had
an txteoaive liat of acquai-tancea in
. uia city.
Secretary Hay made official an
uouncement to tbecabinet today of tbe
tccep aice by BagLaod. France, Ruaaia,
Oermany and Japau of tbe open door
pollcy in Cbina(wbieh waa aubmitted to
hfm by tbe U >ited 8 atea. Italy, th?
o'her cjuntry with which ntgotiatione
in) this Buhjtct nave been pendiug, haa
not yet replied.
( o gre^uian B i ry of Kentucky is aaid ti
hav ) i r -pared a bul f^r introduciion in Cot.
Kr<88 11'ornp. I tho ttre?t car lint-s here to
I>rot (t their tmpioyeta by prov.diug the cur
with ve-t tiblej.
The Lawtou fui.d amoants to |39,8?2:i in
i hsb laeaivad aata. Tbh w:ll maxe tbe tot 1
Tbe rcceut budden and uswitncsaed dciith
of o'd Judge Hippen of Tennes^ee iu tbia
city ravivaa the aumary of the ffmous Pcn
fleciic (-'orupauy, wnich once rcjeted *n
tf-r ot livo mi lou dul.ii frcin tbe B li
r.,ri.p?ny and tliuu I. -? .m ; ffonhleas. /. I
tb? men prumiu. 11 y cunnecttd with i', iu
. lu'ii ? g J. Wetib I . .?<)! ? General Josepb J >hi
*>?', 8or.?'or II . ''??.'?' Youag. Judvo
l.oouey, Mr. Upsb^w and ex- Ut.ruey Genei
al Garlaud, ata now dead. it is Kenera'.ly
!.ii,i-vnl tbat but for tbe Utter's connectiou
witb it he w.uld bavi- been appuinled to tle
S.ijiriUK J! ir Ii.
BIOHMONO VS. THE BELL TELE
Judge Natban (?oll haa rendend an
opiatofl ll the suit of tbe city of Rich
mond ngainat tbe Houthem B-II Tele
phorie Compauy in its attempt to bave
tbe Btll Compaoy remove ita polea and
?virea from tbe city. Judge Ootf takeh
the grouud that d tbe routbern Bell
relepnoue and Telegrapb ( uipniy, aa
?lecided by tbe United Htatea riupreme
Court, haa no rignt upon tbe ntreeta of
Kichmond, under uu act of Congrena,
paaaed in 1860, rtgarding tekgiaph
iines, it baa bo ligb' under tbe lawa of
Virgiuia or tbe ordinaneea of tbe city of
Kuhmond lOU-eeuciiatreeta. He, there
fOfO) will at a later date iaaue a dectee
diamisaiog the bill of tbe compiainant
oouinany 11 .d disaolvirg tbe iujuoction
reairaining tbe city from removiog the
poiea Hi.?i wirea of the Bell Compaoy
from tbe ? reeia of Kicbmond. TbH
action of Judge GotI does not necee
?atUj end tbe li igation. Tbe Hel
Compauy oan appeal from bia judg
ment to the Uuitedriia'eaCircuit Uouri
Betrayril by Hin hiater-in-Law.
Atlanta, Gi., J .1 . 2 ? Btcause be had mai
ried flvo wonnn -r ce his tscapo from tlu
(lenitentiary, mueletn yoara ago, the aister
inlaw of Jarnea 11a 1 ieveale4 hia biding
pi ><?<? aud he u now in pr>M>n here awa t ng a
et'iin to tbe couv.rt carnp to comp.eto tpo
r Btiaiaf aix jeara of hia .-.entt-nce. Ui-m.
i l.ht years *go Hall ? .- ?- ? i ?- i L.-?1 of borse
r<:e ling uud rcceivid a aentcine (f lif <cn
yeari'lmprisoumuiit. He served nine y.?i
atid b'n eaca ed. About tt.ree weeka ago be
visited hn Hiatjr-tn-law in Birmiagham, Ali
be diacovered his alteged auperfluity of
wivoa aud piomptly expoaod bim.
Tho receiving ahip Franklin, wbich haa for
inauy years lain oppoaito the Norfork navy
yard, Uaa t>eon aurveyeu by a board oonsist.
nig of Kear Admiral Bogcrs, Captain B. I)
Kvana and Naval i ei.atructor Cappa, formtr y
of Admiral Dowt-y'a Httff. The inspection in
pie.iarato-y to abaudouiiig her as a receiving
abip, aud the praeticai application of Admiral
( rowuinshielJ's plan for housing aailort on
waiting orders m ehwe barrackt.
NEWS OF THE DAY
One hundred aod fifty membere r>f
tbe Dupont family bad a reuoion aeir
WilmiDgtoo, Del., yeaterday.
George W. Metzel, knowo as t) l
i founder of tbe Heptaeophe, died y?r
terday at bia bome iu Stewaristowc,
Pa., oged 75 yearp.
Gen. Edwin r*. O?borne, ex-Congre?
[ man and formeriy major general of tbe
' National Guard of PencByvania, died
j at bia t-ou'a reeideace io Waabiogtoa
It ie p'obable tbere will be a complete
I reorgaoizition of tbe military com
i maoda iu Cuba, and tbe four depar -
j mei t- into wbicb tbe ieland ia now di
j vidtd will be reduced to two.
Mre. Margaret Hani->, tix y aeven
i yeara old, wboae home ia in Hairi-vni
! Va., died auddeoly of heart diaeaeeyet
j terday a*. tbe corner of West aud Bat
I clay etreeta, New York. fine fell to the
I aidewalk witbout waruing and expired
!io a few momenta.
Kicbard Croker'a leg was b'okeoyea?
terday at bi* coun'ty place, Moat
Houae, near Wantage, Berkebire, Baf"
Ur.ii. The Tatamaay cbieftain wa* tij -
ing to mount one of bia boraea for an
early morning ride, wben the horae
ewerved auddenly and tbrew bim back
Andrew Carnegie baa given *300,000
to tbeCtoper Union, New York, for the
eatabliabment? i a day achool, aimil >r in
acope to the preaent. nigbt tchool, aod
tbe object of whicb will be to give auch
practical iostructiOD ae rhall euable
young men to become tirat claaa acd
Aeaiatant tsecretary of the Inteiior
J> i vi-, wbo baa been given a leave ol
abaeoce, and ia aaid to have gone to
South Africa, may retire from office.
I: ia reported that bia deciaiooa io pen
eiou caaea have beeo frequently over
rul-o, aod that the poaitiua ia no longer
agreeable to bim.
Ooe of tbe aoiuial keepera at tbe
Vienna Zxlogical Gurdenaentered the
csge of liona yeaterday iD a apirit ol
oravado,and aix Ibu - ru-ried upon him,
learing bim to pioooff. The attendaule
aought in vaiu, with flaming torcber
and atreama of water, to drive tbe wiid
beaaia Irom tbeir victim.
During tbe paat week eigbt young
negroea have died auddenly at LadyV
Island, ia tne vicinity of tbe Centrai
Pbcspoate Worka, Beaufort county, 6
C. There are auapicioua that the tvnif
ky tbey uaed waa either tampered with
or not chemically pure. Tbe eighlb
man, the mail carrier of tbe compaoy,
In the Italian quirter, in Weet Park,
Anbury Park, N. J., yeaterday after
uoon, Genore Germintino and Domi
oickBaetonequarreledover tbe lormer'e
charge that ;i- countryman waa
too familiar with Mr*. Germiotitir.
Baatooe pulied a knife ao I gaahed hi
enemy'e face and neck with terriole
energy, but Germintino freed him
aelf aud tired five abota at
iiaatone, wbo ran for bia bome,
where be expired a few minutea after
wards. Germintino fired four ahotr
througb tbe abanty door and then rai
away. C'juatablea aud frienda of the
murdered man atarted in but purtuit
and tbe fugiuve waa capiured.
The Unlveraity of Caicago baa re
ceived a New Year'a gut of $3,370,000.
Tbe preeident hoped to announce that
;he uoiveraity would be 14,000 oOOricb
?-r, but he baa not been eble to rai-e the
1315,000, wbicb, duplicated by Jobn 1).
Kockefelier, would mike up thai
<*mjunt. However.Mr. liockefeller har
wired tbat he will exh-nd the limit
tbree moutha, and in tbal lima tbe pr? -
ident tbinka he ia reaaouably eure of
getting tbe reat of tbe mouty, aa be ha
several large donaioua in proapec .
Four yeara ago Mr. liockefeller gavr
tbe Univer8ity 11,000,0X1 and promieei
to duplicate everv amount dooatod be
fore January 1, 1900, up to |S,000,000.
The C'nilian Ciugre.-a, io railfvlBf
the treaiy for tbe arbitratiou of uuxe:
tled claima exiaitit.g belween tbe go\
ernmenta of the Uuited .Statea aod
Cnili, did not, aa waa reported, adopt
aa ameodment which would oece?itate
he reaubmiaaion of the treaty to the
.Seoate. A copy o/ the inalrumentJ'fc
ceived iu Waabington ahowa that^t U
identical with that whci the Seuate
m'.ti d at tbe laat staaion. It ia n
pected tbat tbe Preaident will ahortly
aaue a proclamation auuouocing tbt
.ermiofthe Ireaty, and tbe commi
a:on will then be orgauized to adjud;
cate tbe claima. [| ia believtd that tbe
i'rerident will appoint Hon. Jobt
Goode, of Virginia, repreaentative o!
tbe Unit -d Htatea on tbe commiaaioD.
Tbe young Indiana pngili t known tc
the ring aa "Kid MtCjy," but irboM
real name ia Normau relby, aurpriaed
-? cowd of 6.000 "pec'.atora at the C juey
Ialand dportiug Club in New York yot
terdav afternoon by kuocking cii
Peter Ma-ier, of Ireland, in tbe fif-b
round. Tbere waa never a perlod whei
Maber claaaed with bia opponent it
acientific metboda, altbougb at one
limu it aeemed probabie tbat McC ?J
might give wav before tbe rugged at
-atil' and heavy bitting of tbe Irirb
i.ian. Tbe fight waa acheduled to la-i
twenty-b*ve rountla, and tbe purae wh
to have been 120,000, but tbe attendance
waa not a- Urge aa bad been expee'ed
aod liie pnucipala agreed that tbe wi i
ner ahould receive the groaa gate It
cepita, whicb were 116,500.
A'l doub: aa to tbeabtlity of the (Im
bel democrats to organiz* not b bouae>
of tbe Kentucky leitialature waa db
pelled by tbe attendance in the demo
cratic caucua liat night. 8enator Got
bel waB nomiuated for preeident pro
t.'in. of the S- nate, and tbe entire Qoe
bt-1 nlate went tbrough. Senator H^r
t>ld allegee he w a paid $4,500 by J. H.
Whallen, of Louiiville. lo induce bim
to stay out of tbe caucua, and tbat th*
money ia now locked up in a truat com
pauy'a hox, tbe key of which he pnb
licly handed to 8ena'or Goebe). H
?Myn he entered into thedeal to expoae
Whallen. Senator Goenel, of the em -
craticjoiot caucua iasued a cill for a
caucua tonight. He etates that the
caucua ia for tbe sole purpoee of nomi
nating a randidate lot United S a'.< -
Senator. Of courae, Blackburn will be
tbeonly name placed before the caucur
and be will be ncminated by acclama
Joseph Haegle died suddenly wbilo ad
dreatting bis ^unday school <laaa in tho Niue
t<>en h Street Withodist ('h-Jrch, Philadelphia,
on bunday. He bad ju-t wished the mern
bers of tbeclaas a happy New Year, when ht
fell forward and exaired.
To tbe Public.
I w?nt to let the people who euflar
from rheumatism and aciatica know
that Cbamberlain'a Pain B*lm relieved
me after a number of other medicine.
and a doctor bad failed. It is tbe beat
liniment I have ever known of. J. A.
DoiKiKN, Alpharetta, Ga. Thousa&de
have been cured of rbeumatiem by tbia
reraedy. Ooe application relievee the
paio. For aale by ail druggiate.
TbeOeneral Aseembly will reconver.e
Hbentf Walter Wam-dey, of Staflord,
! and Miae 6tella Dud-y were married a
? few daysago at Providence Cnurcb, io
It ia Btated officially tbat traina will
be running into Ricbmond over tbe
Richmond, Petereburg and Carolina
road by tbe first of February.
Mr. Tbomaa B. Waring, of King WV
iiim county, wbo, wbile riding Wed
needay wa- tbrown from hia borae.
di?-d yeBterday from the eflecte of bia
C. P. Uisey, aged 40, a populardrug
giec of Eienburg, Snenandoab coonty,
died -aturday after an illnees of eix
weeka. Tbe cauae of bia deatb wae a
diseaae of the iiver
C'jII b P. Huotington, tbe railroa I
mauoate and owoer ol tbe ehipyard at
Newport New-, deniee tbe report lo tbe
tthct that a deal ia on foot by wbicb
bia lmmeoee plaot ie to be trauafemd
to tbe government.
David Perkine, a negro about nine
teen years old, ie contined in tbe Man
cbeeter jail cbarged witb attempted
criminal aeaault upon Mra. Martha J.
Colquitt, ayoung widow of Ricbmond,
yeeterday, wbile ebe waa walking on
tbe railroad track.
Tbe report tbat tbe Morgan Line hae
decided to build four more large, Ia-'
freigbt ateamere, at Newport Newe, io
cobi $600,000 eacb, for aervice between
New York an 1 New Orleane, haa been
officially confirmed. Tbe new Bbipa
will nia.e twelve in all built at the lu
cal yarde for tbe Morgan Line.
Juniua Robioeon, colored, waa baog
ed at Dinwtddie t curtnouae today for
ibe murder ol W. M. Jolly. Tbe mut
der, whicn occutrcd a Bhort lime ago,
x ai a moat unprovoked one, and Ii jt -
ii.-on waa laken to Petereburg to prc
tect bim from mob violence. Jolly wae
a prominenl merchant of the oouuty.
At tbe aunual meeticg of tbe Btock
holdere of the Free Lauce Newapap^r
(_ jmpaoy, in Fredericksburg, W. Mc
Douall Lee waa choeeo maoagiug d;
rector and A. P. Rowe, jr., aaeietant.
Mr. Lee, wbo recently purcbaeed a
contro;ling intereet iu tbe Free Lance '
plant, ie editor of tbe Virginia Cuizeu,
Many illicit distilleriee bave Bpruog
up in Ciilpeper, Madieon and otber
countiee in tbat di-trict. Yesterday
olhcere brought to (Julpeper iive bar
rela of unatamped brandy, wbicb tbey
.'i.i'i Briz-d ou tbe premieea of Wtlliam
iyre, colored, near Brigbtwood, Mad
jon county. Tyre eaye the brandy wa*
nct bia, but wae left witb bim to be bid
Mi-- Lillian Jordan, daughter of Mr.
\V W. Jordan, of Haymarket, at.d Mr.
Hugb Bruiu, of Aldie, Loudoun cout
tv, were married on 8aturday, in
Waabington. Nothing waa known of
?i" marriago until yeaierday, when thr
cnotber ol tbe youo^ lady received a
letter from ber daugbter, written on
Sdturday, ataling her intention of re
turning aa Mra. Bruin.
In Monumentai Caurcb, Ricbmond,
>eaterday, Mias Janie 8tuart Btliot*
sellow waa married to Rev. Robert W.
Patton. Tbe ceremony waa pt?rformeu
by Rev. Frank ritringfellow, the bride'e
a'.ner, and Rev. L'udeay Pattoo, o'
Japan, brotber of tne groom Tbe
bnde entered tbe cburcb upon tbe arm
of ber brolher-ic-:aw, RbV. W. A. Birr,
t ie rector. Tne groom ia tbe paetor ol
Chriet L'hureb, Roanoke.
THE WAR IN AFRICA.
Tbe record of Brititb revereea in the
Sautb African war nae at laat been
oroken by Gen. J. D. P. French, who,
aa atftted yea.erday, haacapiured (Jjlee
hurg, an imoortant town in nonhern
Cape Cjlony, 18 milea eoutb of the Or
ange iiver by rail.
Gen. French, commanding wbat h
desc.-tbed aa a "large force," made a
ftint on the Boer front al Coleaburg,
aitackiog chully witb arlillery. In tbe
meautime be bad aent a force of cavalry
and mou ted iulantry around to turn
the tigbt llit.k of tbe Boera Tbia op?
eration wae aucceaaful, the Boera being
forced to retreat. The loaa of tbe Brit
tah ia deacribed aa sligbt.
The Boera appear io bave retreateri
o tbe eistward and norlhward. Tbit
indicatea that tbey fell back along tbe
railroad leadiog to the Orange Fiee
Gen. Frencb, it ia believed, has not
enough men at preaent to advance into
be Free dtate, and, beBidee, bia force i?
needed in Cape Colony to protect Geu.
Metbueu'e rear. Hbould he attempt a
further advance, tbe Boera would
ioublleBB again oppoae bim along tbe
railroad line or at tbe Orange river.
Tbe tibellin^ of Ladyemitb, Natal,
waa ntill in progreea yeaterday. A
force from Gen. Buller'a camp recoi -
ooitered lo <' jlenao and excbanged vol
leya with tbe Boera. An early advance
on Colenao ie eliil coofidently expecttd
Among all tbe recorda of the year
1898 not one Btanda out eo conspicuoug
ly ae tbat of tbe donatioua and be
queetB for religioue, educational, and
cuaritable inetitutions, librariea, mu
?> utna and aalleriee, and to citiea for
popular benefit and entertainment. No
previoua year in tbe hiaiory of thia
country tqualed It, Tbe aggregate
bua beatowed ia $79,749,956, aacorr.
pared with #23 949,900 iu 1898, $33,
612,814 in 1897, 133,670.129 iu 1896,
$28 943,549 iu 1895, and $19,567,116 in
1894. Iu tbe preparation ot theae ata
tiaiics no record baa been kept of dona
(ions or bequeats of ieaa tban $1,000.
Of the total amouot for 1899 atated
above tbere w.;a given to educa
tional inatitu'iona the extraordi
,iary aum of $55 851,817, to chaniiee
$13,206,676, to churchee $2,992,593,
0 muaeuma and art galleriea $2,686,
500, and to libranea $5,012,400. Fol
.ow;ng ia a roll contaiuing uames of
thoae who have made btqueals or do
oationa amountiug to $100,000 or over
in eacb case: Mra. Lsland Htanford,
Baa Franciaco, to Htanford Univereity,
$28,000,000; Phoebe Hearat, rjan Fran?
ciaco, toUmversity of (iliforuia, $10,
000,000; P. A. B. Widener, Philadel
onia, to cbarity, $2,000,000; Jamea M.
Munyoo, Philadnlpnia, to cbarity,
$2,000,000; ea'ate of Jobn Simmoua.
Boatou, for a feraale college, $2,000,000;
Andrew Carnegie, to Pittaburg Library,
#1,750,000; P. D. Armour, Caicago, to
Armour loatitnte, $750,000; Maxwell
Sjmerville, Philadelphia, to Umver-iu
of Penoaylvania, $600,000; unknown
donor, to Yale Uuiveraity, $500,000;
Lydia Bradwell, Peoria, IU., to Brad
ley Polytecboic loatitute.
il<>\\ Are Your Rldneya f
Dr. Hobhe 8para?usPllUcureali ktduey IU*. 8*o>
OloXroo Add. bu?ung UemadjC^UucatworETf.
TO-DAY'S TELEGKAPHK \EWS.
FIre In Richmond
BicJjmond, V*., Jac. 2?The Pacc
budding, on the aiteofthe old Spot'a
wood Hotel, on Ma;i etreet, betwe<n
8 b and 9 b, and io wbicb tbe C. & O.
R. R, oflicea are located, waa badlv
damaged by fire tbia morning. Mucb
time wae loet in getting a aupply of
All the recorde in the car service of?
flce were deatroyed and ?naoy papf-rs
and documenta, drawinge and eattmatea
of tbe company, valued at about $50,
000, were deatroyed.
Owing to the col 1 weatber tbe flrr
men rutl-red iotenaely. Tbree of tbem
collapaed from the cold.
M. H. Garnett'e furniebing s'ore in
tbe eame building wa- largely ruined
by water. His U es wi 1 be about $5000.
Britiah . ucceases in Africa.
Linl jv, Jan. 2.?The fjll jwing r< -
port from G<-oeral Freocb of tbe o<
CUpdlioo of C <!e-"iurg waa received tc -
day at the War Office: "At 3:30 Sun
? lay mjriung, after a nigbt'a marcb, I
occupied a kopje overlooking weet
C'oleeburg. Tne eoemy 'a outpoets were
completely eurpri-ed. I sbelled the
Bo- ra, laager, tbe enemy reph in. vigoi -
ouely, but iater being aile.'jctd he r-iirt-.l
northward where be occupitd a bill.
Our po-ition cut tbe enemy'e line of re
treat via tbe roadnndge. A force of
1,000 Boere with two guna ia repor ? <i
to t>e reiurniog to Norval'a Poot on the
Orango rver. Our ca^ualtiej were
tbree killed aud eigbt wounded."
A diepatcb aays tbat Geoeral French
ib boldiug tbe Colesburg wagou bndge
but bas not yet occupied tbe town.
Tbe Boera h*ve been acattered frorn
their positiona The enemy numbered
from 5,000 te 7,000 men. Freucb'sauc
cerH waadue lo clever etrategy and Ihe
employment of Boer tactica againat tbe
Boera. He w?b upon tbem betore
tbey knew it and gor bo far around their
tlit.ka- to lhrea(<-u their line of r<
treat. 8eeing tbemeelvee out-manoeut
ed, their was nolhing leit to tbe Bo*- r
to do but retire.
Tue mihtary experta uniteio praiaing
Frencb's operatiou dwelii'.g pariicular
ly on the npidilj ,with wbich hemovt?::
aod the fact tbat oe did not attempt to
atorm an impregoab'e poaition.
Capetown, Jan. 2.?Lieuteuant C>!
onel Pilcber bes defeated a Boer 000 -
mando, at Sunnyaide, 30 mileBnorif
weat of BelmoQt atation oo tbe Cii e
railroad. Hi- oifi.-ial report saya bi
'ook fortby priaonera. Tne Bri'iah
loaaea were two killed and one injured
London, J*n. 2 ?It ia believd her
tbat General Freoch may hav* Cib'urt v.
a number of the enemy aud further ad
vicea from bim are ?arly awaited. Ac
cording to hi* official report he circKd
Coleaburg on tbe left, getiing to tbt
north of tbe to*n aud cuttiog ofj tb>
enemy'e iioe of retreat via the road
oridge. Thia pro'^ably refera to tht
to td wbicb riin- alrn-.-; due oortb from
Cfllaibarg to Puilippoln io tbe O ange
Kree p'.ate. Tne road toNorval'a Poor
paralleliog the railroad lUtM northeaa
and by thia according to French 1,000
of the Boera were retreating. There li
no meution of Boera who were io a
poaition aouth of C)leaberg. Freacb
left a force of infautry and artillery to
bold tbeae wbile be petaoually conduc -
ed the flinking movement. It ia tbir
force wnich it ia thougbt baa been cui
otf oetween the B:i i*h north aedaoott
of the town or perhipa already made
si-n,il Corpn Men Capturcd.
Mat:iia, Jan. 2.?Teu membera of tbt
nignal coip', uoder Lleataoaat DutJ>,
havediaappeared aouthof Vigan aod uie
oelk-ved to have been taken priaonerr
by tTe iuaurgeota. Tb? men were
a.ringing a wire aouth of Vigan to 00a
DCOt with a pany uoder Lieutenani
Lenoir, wbo weie conatructing a Iioe
nortbward. When Dutfy'a meu faile .
to appear, a aearcb waa maile and it
waa diacovered bia wirea had been cut
and teltgrapb polea deatroyed.
iu,al delega'.e o tbe Phiiippiuea, aad
Fattier McKionoti, formally c&aplaiu ol
tbt Cdiforuia voluuteera, arnved hert
Manila, Jan. 2.?Captaiu L^ary,
naval goveruor of Guam, haa iaaued ?
proclamatlou aboliabiug tbe practtaa of
alavery in tbat ialand, Tne proclami
tion wiil take thVct February 22.
C dcago, Jan. 2. ? A VVaatiiogtoo
apecial to tbe Kecord eaya : L-lttt
from Manila received at tbe\V?rD.
partment and by frienda of Geuerai
Wheeler indicate that tbe relatitina bt
tween bim and bia military superior
and a^aoc a'ea are not aacordialaa tb<y
might be. General Wheeler apueara to
hiv.? h grievance agaiu9t the regulur
army oflicera. He thinka tbere is a
conapiracy among tlu m to prevent bim
from active participation in tbe I'm.i, -
pioea campaign aud tbereby depriving
him of theglory aod gratitication wbic
ia tho reward of the aucceaaful aoldier.
General Wheeler baa appealed to bi
frienda aod even to tbe Preaident to
uae tbeir iofluence ao tbat Olia will giv
bim a livelier job. There ia, withou
doubt, a di-tinct prejudhe againat Gen?
eral Wneeler in the regular army. He
ia regarded aa a political general. It :a
aaid that Geueral Wbeeler'a late6t me
aagea to tbe Preaident, wbich are eent
through ii colleague in Congreaa, wer?
aeverely cruical in the commenta upon
tbe managemeut of the campaigo iu
the Phiiippiuea and rtfl>cted direcly
upon hia t-uperior ofbcer, General Otir.
r-erious Railroad Accident.
Altoona, Pa., Jau. 2.?A di-aetroua
and rerioua wreck occurred at Cna_M.
18 milea w?at of tbie city, on tne Peo> -
sylvania Railroad laatevening in wbicti
18 people narrowly eacaped being kil -
ed. A freight train waa broken in
tbree eectionaat Gallitziu, in tbeaubtni
of tbe Alleghemea, Tbe engineer ol
the tirat ai-ction pulled away to avoid
an acciden', but at C'reaaon the secon'l
aection, which bad gaiued a epeed of 35
ral- an hour, craehed into it. In a
minute 20 cars were piled in the air
aud tbe tracka blockaded. Tbe pat
aenger care a at<1 i g on the tracka in
which were aeaied 18 people, were
cught by the wrecked care and top
pled over a 10-foot embankmenf. Th,*
cnea of tbe injured added horror to tLe
wreck and the crowd etanding around
tbe station burried to their asaialance.
All werequickly releaaed and their Iu
juriea were given aitention. Ail were
badly ahaken up and brul^ed aud aonie
of tbem .-ermu.-ly ir jured.
Torn by Panthera.
Peru, Iod., Jan. 2.?Fred Hingeon,
keeper of aoimala al the Walluce circue
winter quartera. atlempted to graba
cbicken Irom a oage of panthera yeatet
day, when be waeeeized by the ai ircaV.
Hia arm was torn to abreds aud bia
body badly injured He waa re.-cuei
frtm the panthers'jaws but his ir juries
may prore fatal.
| ForHgn Newa.
Lo: doo, Jan. 2.?Colooel Hr Cbarlee
Howard Vioc*ni, commaoder of tbe
Queeo'a WtstmiDSter voiunteera, wbo
ll_H? bia services in tbe war, bae beeo
, rej*-c:td after medicalexamioaiioD.
Tbe L^-yland steaonbip lioe oflera ?o
' take 100 volunteers to South Africa
' free of cbarge.
8'. Petereburg, Jan. 2.?A dispatcb
j from TifLa, Caucaaoa. aaya tbat t*n
'ambl' villages have been deetroyed by
i ?anbquake io the province of tbe aame
Ma<irid, Jan. 2.-The <"0uncil of SUta bai
apprtved 3* claaaea of th<> draft of a new
j American treatj of friendsbip, commerce and
: extradition. The clanse relating t> tho l?at
j will f-mbrace a greater number of crimei than
tbe cl 1 cinventiori.
Dutlin, J?r. 2.?8ir Willinn Thom^OD,
J late Preeident af tbe R?y?l Coilege of 8or
i geooa in D i lin, baa been appointed cbie:
j Burgton to tho forcas in !?__ Africa
To 1. eterininethe Causeof Deatb.
Poiladeiphia, Jan. 2?Whetber mur
der, euicide, or an joaccountable ill
ue*s was reai*otaible for the death o'
18 vearold LV___ Kuh, will be detet
mmed by the coroner today. The girl
waa found d-ad laat evening in a bouBe
on Porter B'reet. Acroea tbe face were
aeveral buiaea evidently the reeolt ol
blowa. Fcur mec wbo were found in
tbe house admitted being preaent wben
the arirl died. Tbey explaioed batthe
girl suddeoly dropped in a faint and
waa placed on a be I. An hour later
ahe waa dead. Tbe men were held to
dwait tbe action oft^e coroner today:
Kxc-iting- AfTray With Burglars.
Ciic-igo, Jan. 2.?Two burglars were
OOfOftd in a bouae near Grand Boule
v ird laat night by a crowd of citizena
and police, but tbey btoke tbrough tbe
guard, firing their revolvera, and were
cbaatd by their purauera, wbo flred a
fuailade of sbota. During" tbe runntnk
tight one of tbe men staggered and feli
aa if abot, but he managed to regain bi.
feet and e^caped wib bia companion
Tne exciting affray waa participated in
by many well-known men in Cbicago
bu-i..e.-a and profesaional iife.
Maaonict ilicers Killed.
Capetowu, Jan. 2.?The Cape Timei
printa a diapatcb from Durban wbicb
aaya that at a Maaonic meetiog belrt
tbere it Haa found tbat the Maater
ard all tbe offieera of the lodge bad
booa killed in octioD, Cjnatqueotly,
<be regalia and cbarter could not be rt
tained as tbere wa- no one wbo could
e beld reaponaible by the craft.
A Higlibindcr MurderTrust.
San Fram ieeo, <a'. Jan 2 ?The police rx
ieve a <""hinese h gbb nder morler trust ba*
?>een fom-'d in tbi i cit* and Marytrllle, and
tbat th ? pri e f ir tbe murder of an cnerny
uaa occn cut fiom $1,000 to $300. Heret.>
'.< rj the police t-ay it rias been cu tomary (or
ea h of tbe highbinderf focieties to employ
from six to tw Ive hHt^hi t men, who were
paid sdarii-s aud exo cted to execute any or
derarvento tho killiog of obtoxious mer
'?Inot-t who refu3-d to j.ay biackmail to the
naioty. All tho batch^t mon bave been dif
?"ar i 1. an 1 'trusi" murderers. it is eaid, are
now etnp oyel t> do tbeir work.
New York Jan. 1 ?The market ctoeeo
i- foliows: Wheat?Dec ? ; May 69^a69*,
Georgetowa. Jan 2?Whoat 65 ?,72.
The Longfellow manaioa io Portland,
Me., built by Al>-xaiider Longfellow, a
bro'her of the poet, Henry W. Longfel?
low, waa burned tbia morning, loe>
Tho entire rolline atock. car barns and rc
pirah pi of tho Gr:ensburg. Pittaburg and
Jiaunette electric line M Griensburg, Pc.
Woro dooWyod by fi'e of myster:ons origin
at miduight. Losj $50,000. The rjad is
Tho bara of John u. Dodge, treasurer of
the Arkwright M?? :-, at FaU Biver, Maaa.,
was burued tbia niorning. The rharred bedy
of a n-gro coaebmau was found in the ruins
Focr horses and \w\[ a d-zsn atyiiah traps
wore a!eo burued.
Tbia mornii.g the fiftcec-fest wall of earth
?ei>?rnting tho colintcral channel from t~e
(hicagi drai-ago canal was completely cut
iw?y by a s e?ni dredge, a*.d water was turc
'.d lot i the iiumense new canal.
Two saw mills b.-looging to the Larkawana
Lumber Coinpany were burred at Crosa
Forls. Pa? today. Four hundred men are
thnwn out of (inployment. Tho loas is
Mr?. Praiorieh H*l . danghter of C, 8.
Noy s o' tvm Waahiugton (D. C.) Slar, drop
poddeadof heart diseafe at Oakland, Ual?
lat uight wbile on her way to church.
A six-montha'-ol 1 baby was emothcred to
leath a.1 ten persons wer> inju'el in a fire
oarly this norniig in a tenement house
on Firat av.nn*, New Yo>k
Toe sch joner Fvo I. Bojs, loaded with pig
iron, was dW' vor d this moriing aabore at
Ooll Spring Har'.or, N. J., by Iife8aver8, who
havo gone to her assitirj'e.
R Unrl li lei, the ac or, who haa been aeri
ouslv ill in New York, || improving and his
recovery i9 anticipa'.e'4.
The ice h-rvest bagan today at Chieagoand
re twelve iucl^ thirk is being taken from
the 'aVers aud rivers.
Aouinaldo'8 Wifr Captured.?
Bontoc, Luzan, one of the laot recent
refugea of Aguii aldo, baa baen ciptur
ed by Hajof Mirch'a battalion of tbe
Thirty-:hird infantrv. Two battaliona
of theThirty-ninth have captured Ca?
bunav. The AmericanB landed under
cov< r of the guna of the Ligunade Bay.
The io8urgeut8 occupied a atroug poei
tioo. tihrapnei waa uaed and tbey rr
'reited, fi^hting to Santa Roaa, wbero
^;ey w-re soon routed by re-enforce
menta from Calambs. Ibe American
lo-a waa two k.Ted and four wounded.
Theloaaof the inaurgtnta waa severe.
One hundred p i-o.:er- were taken.
Aguiualdo'a wife, sisters atd 18 Fili
pinoa, inc!udiag tliree efficera, aurrei
dered to Major Mmcb. Tbe Filipiu.a
uave up two dpaniah aud two Americau
priaonera. It waa recent ly reported
and generally b? i ved thar Aguinaldo'a
wife waa dead, but afojor Marcb's car
'ure provea tbia it.comct. Her ward
robe Wc'8 captured by Americans aome
The Ani'-ii" in campaiga to aubdue
the lilipinosaouih of Manila baa be
$100 BEWABD f 100.
Toe readerj o.' thii pipor will be pleased to
learu t iat tbore ia at least o.e drtaded di
a^asn tbat science haa been able to cure in all
its atages. and that is ' atarrh Hall'a Catarrh
Curj is the only positivo cure known to the
rmdical fratcruitv. t'atar.h bcing a consti
tutional dis. a-e. rtquirj? a constitntiooal
trcKtment HhI/s Catanh Cure ia taken in
tjinaily, acting direct.y upon theblcoi and
i i i. ii i- tnrfaefs of the gysteir, thereby dc
stroying the fuundston of the dlsea'e, and
givir.g tht patient strength by balding ap
tho roiittitutiou at d a<sistiDg > xt0c in doing
ita work Tbo propiietora have sn mu< h faitb
in its curative powura, that tbey offer On?
Hundred Dollar) loi any caae that it faila to
cure. t ml for list cf teatimoniala. Addreas
F J. CHENEY A CO, Props, Toledo, O.
Fold by all druggista.
Hali's Family Pills are tbe beat.
Privers of Chicago cjal w-gons bave won
thjir fight for higher wagea and re^t>gniti}n
of the unioo and tha threateued local freeae
up laofl. ,
Ou> "Quahtioo," Dellinoton Pak
ibh, Pbinck William ? Biahop Oib-n-i
Tiaiced tbia cburcb December 21,
preacbed and oonfirmed two, dehvertd
a very iotereatiog eermon from the
text, "And tbe daya of Terab were two
bundrad and five yeare; and Tera
died in Haran." Geoeaia 11th chapUr
and 321 verse.
Tbe preaeot boildingia aframe etruc
ture erected about 20 yeara ago upon
tbe foundation of tbe old Olonial
Cborob. Tbere are tbree of tbeee ol i
cborcbea on tbe atage road leadin/
from Alexandria to Frederickebur..
"Pobick" io Fairfax, "Quantico" i .
Prince William*, and "Aquia" in Btef.
ford. No doubt of tbe faot tba'. G-r -
eral WaebiDgton worabipped in O d
Quantico cburcb, aa he waa a fre.ju-i ?
viaitor to Dum'riee, mlii trauaacted col
siderabie bueiat - IwtbatM town, h*
will appear by old accouui books atoi :
io tbe garret of tbeold Alexandtr ma -
s on on Main atreet. Tbete o'd bockr
are very interealiog reiica of tbe long,
long ago. Tbe cburcb lot of abaut |??
acres haa recently been encloaed aad
witbin tbia c^metery are buried the
Smitha, Brundagre. Q-llaftjtfl, Boj .
Dunlop^. Sinclair-, Cj.'qtnou'a, H>- ,
Alezandrri. Duoningf>m and v-ry n.a y
otber*. Their u.rattt ?i ei ar; i? a *.?ot
atate of preaeiv*ti'>n txcc t .u , a-d tb ri
yoa find a stone defar*ed by a bu'iet in tce
atteropt of Htutrt, Fita L e *L.d '-'atptot: lo
capture the town Cbr:atm?e e?., L80B,
Tho very worthy and popoUr rocior of P.-.
hick, H?y. Evertri Meade, p id o.d "Qjat ?
tico" a viait not ong tio'e, and conda<t d ?
mission for ouo week, del.verirg two - im r -
eav h day, for all of wbicb the few ? ? mi .
i-antaof Qiantieo" feel deeply grttefol lo
ibis good mao and to bis pintbiont r- aa weli.
wbo so chearfilly spared him from tba dut: -
of hia own char.h that he migbt nuaiatec
to us. "yrjANTtco.''
A Tkbbible Accidknt ?Dav.d Bac -
natt, a laborer, removed bia lann.y
from 8alem, N. J., to Bridgeton, wbere
he had brighter prospects for eteady
employment. Tbe newcomera trav
eraed tbe ten milea witb their gooda on
tbe wagons and reacbed Bridgeton at 6
o'clock laat nigbt, euflering aever
witb the cold. Tbe bouae into wbict.
they moved bad been unoccupied fot
aome time and tbe water pipea were
frczen. In ignoraoce of tnis fact a tire
was atarted in tbe kitchen range ard
the family gatbered around it to gather
aome of the warmtb. Suddeoly tbere
wae a terrific explo-ion, ar d tbe etove
was sbattered in atboueand piecea, tbe
fire being ecattered all over the room.
Mra. Beonett waa atandiog r.ear tbe
Btove witb a babe in ber ar. Bbe
was horribly buroed about tbe fac -.
neck and arma. A little boy waas ruck
ia tbeeye witb a live coal, ? r..| th*- eye
buroed ou?. A little girl, 2 years old,
was fatally injurcf. A pi>ce of 'ie
burst stove ftruck ber full in tte
face, carryiog tbe moat of it away.
Sie waa immeiiately taken to tbe ho
pital, but ebo canoot recover. Tte
room was aet on fire and tbe llim.
were extinguisbed with dillculty. Tt*
cauae of tbe accident waa tbe /aiiure of
tbe frozen pipea to feed water to tbe
waterback, wbicb barst wbeo it becac,e
SCHOOL Bl'ILDING DEDICATED.?
The new scbool building at M -
nasaas was formally opentd ytt
terday witb appropriite exerciaea :n
which prominent pars were taken by
Dr. H. M. Ciarkaon, 8uperinttnden? of
Fcbools of Prioce Wiiiiam c< uj y ;
Prof. Cbarlee E. Rnfl-ier. priocit-al ol
tbe ecbool; Jud^e (.' E. N co', Mr. J.
B. T. Tbornton, C immonweaitb'a A
torney George 0. Riund, and otbera.
Mr. JTobn H. Trimyer, of thia city, in
an appropriate addreae, preaented M.?
-chool a liag io bebalf of Bu:l Run
Council, No. 104, J. O. U. A. M., wbich
waa accepted by Dr. Ciarkaon, wbo re
Liet eummer Mr. Andrew Carnegie.
through JJr. George 0. Roucd, oflt-re.'
$1,000 wortb of booka for the actiool
provided tbe third floor of the new
building waa reeerved for a public I
brary. Tbia baa been done, and tba
ltbrary will soon be opeoed to th.
Jacob C Rogerr, t lemtilionaire banker an
Bostoc agent for J. Pierpoot M r^ar, o|l .
ia-t night of heart dise&ae, a^ed TBjaMB.
He Only Repeate Wbat Haa Been Said
It haa been d.rjiDnatrated repeated
ly in every 8'ate in the IJoion and in
many foreigo countriee tba' Cbambet
lain'a Cjugh Remedy isac^rtain pr?
ventive and cure for croup. It baa l <
come tbe univeraal remedy in th it di- -
ease. M. V. Fieber, of Liberty, W. Va..
only repeats wbat baa been said arout d
the giobe when he writes: ?*_ fcav
uaed Chamberlain's Oough Remedy In
my family for several yeara and alway -
with perfect auoceaa. We believe that
it is not only the btst cough r. m< ? ,
but that itis a eure cure for croup. 1
bas aaved tbe livea of our children >
number of timea." This remedy ia for
aale by all droggists
Lewia Dennis, Salem, Ir.d., siys "K< d.-i
Dyspepsia Care did me m .re good than a?J
thing I ever tooV." It dixetta wbat y< l i al
and cao not belp but cu-e dy-popsia aad
Beauty Is Illuod Doep.
Clean blood means a cloan ekin. No
beauty without it. (-.i>? arets, Candy?
tic clean your blood and keeu it clean, bj
8tirring up the lazy Iiver an.l driving all im
puritiea from the l>odv. Begin today to
banish pimples, tx>ils, Llotchea, Uackbeada,
and that sickly bilioua complexion by taking
Caacareta,?beauty for tcn centa. All diug
giata, aatiafaction "guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
J I. Bovry, Logautowu, Pa., writ*<\ 'I am
wilhng to take my oatb th?t I was tartd el
pneumonia entirely by tbe use of One M ? Bta
OoaKh Care af'er doctors failed. Jt ?1 ? ?.
ed my cbildren of whooping couirb." Qu.> k
ly relievee and rarea couKbi. <-oldi>, giippe aa 1
throat and lurg troublw. < hi dr.-n k 1 1 ko
iU Mothers endorse it
ATMOBE'8 MINCE MEAT eod PLl'M
PUDDjNQ jast reeeivt-d by
CUBBANT8 ia 1-lb cartoona rrcivid to
_J P MI? H' RN
JIUE CLEANED CUBBANT8, ln.be, 8c
per pound, tt
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NtW QOOD8.? I'hoice New Imr.ta
Bockwheat and Navy Pean- itiht ie<
reiradby J.C. MII. I "i.N
ANCY EVAPJBATED APPL! S lor a lo
J fl MTI niT"
CBANBEBBIES.?Fancy CapeCud trau
berriea just received by
J. G Mir.PTIRV
TIEBCE'S Cox A Uordou SIimoiiiI
Hama, very fina quality, ju-t r& mttil Ty"
J Q M11.817K
BAG8 LIMA BEAN8 just rt-ceivi : ? y
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