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ti table preparation for the restoring to health
J? of tired out kidneys and overworked livers.
Jif When these great organs are in health
^ there can be no impure blood, headaches
yC or constipation. Man cannot improve on
** nature, hence it is amusing to read of medi?
as cines which claim to "remove impurities
<> from the blood;"?''The kidney's enrich and
A vitalize the blood," etc. The kidneys, liver
<> and lungs purify the blood, and they alone.
f Neither medicine nor man can do it. War
** ner's Safe Cure, by helping nature, is an
Q aid, an assistant;?simply that and nothing
f more. The twentieth century man or
f woman is a reasoning, sensible person and
Q seldom deceived by misstatements.
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THE PHARMACISTS
AT POLICE COURT
Are All Druggists Bald-Headed and
Near-Siehted ?
SQUIRE GRAVES ON THE BENCH
RobU Sliope Breaks the Record and
Also a Mirror and Other Fur?
niture?He Knocks a Policeman
Down and Goes to Jail.
A nice lot of gentlemen of middle age,
the parts in their hair very wide on top
and each wearing carefully wiped and
glistening eye glasses, occupied the re?
served seats in the Police Court yesterday.
These were members of the Prarmaceutical
'Association and whether these -little pe
cuiiarties show general characterestics
lamong prominent drug men or only a
?coincidence.will have to be decided by a
?visit to the convention at the Jefferson.
SQUIRE GRAVES.
'Squire Lonnle Graves again occupied
the scat of power in the Big White
Chamber yesterday, after having
smoked three 10-ccnt cigars to compose
his mind and still his vagrant pulse.
Lago Taylor (colored) was charged by
Albert Johnson. also colored, with
assaulting, cursing and threatening, to
kill him.
Albert had agrrcd to sharpen Dago's
pet razor for lu cents, and Albert fell
so much in love with the blade that Dago
could not raake'him produce the precious
weapon.
With great scorn and the sternness of
a Roman emperor, the mighty 'Squire
drove the despised pair into outer
darltness.
Mari ha Chap?n (colored) was charged
with beating Mary Lee Jackson. AVhcn
negro-women have a light the one that
is whipped alivays gets out a warrant,
?ind this was ?Mary's case. "Bofe fit and
bofe frow'd bricks," and with lovely
impartialit3' botli paid $2.T>0 and costs.
WOMAN! AVITI G A {RAZOR.
Florence Tyler (colored? -was charged
on warrant that she did unlawfully and
feloniously assault, cui. stab and wound
with sonic short instrument?to wit, a
razor?with intent to injure, maim, dis?
able, distigure and kill and otherwise
paralyze and annihilate Baxter Hurt.
She did everything to Baxter charged
in The ivaranl. except stab him. She
would have done that if she could have,
but a razor is not built that way, the
warrant notwithstanding.
Baxter looked as if he had been ryn
through a. shuck-slicing machine, and
was bandaged tiil he could hardly wiggle
his jaw.
"While Florence Tyler was slicing away
on Baxter's anatomy. Baxter got
Florence's under .lip between his teeth,
and Florence's lip protruded like the b'g
rojic fender on the bow of a steam-tug.
CHEWED HER LIP.
Baxter being sternly asked why he
chewed that woman's lip so frightfully,
declared that, "as long as I chawed she
didn't cut, and as soon as I let up er
chawin'. she. wuked the razor agin, and
dat's do reason 1 chawed, to keep her
quiet."
Florence cut Baxter In forty or more
places, and court-plaster was in. great
demand.
Man and woman were rolling over and
over in the gutter of Pink Alley when
Sergeant Tomlinson placed, them under
arrest
Jealousy -was the probable cause of the
trouble, and a jury will look further into
the matter.
Finroncc went to the grand jury, under
the chai-Re of felony, and Baxter went to
jail, in default of security for his good
behavior.
Douglas Doyle (colored) was charged
with b??ing drunk and creating a dis?
turbance, to the annoyance of the
neighborhood.
Ho was placed under security for
thirty days, and will be placed on the ?
cooling-board to drain.
BOON COMPANION'S.
Blanche Booker (colored) was charged
with stealing a. pair of shoes and 90 cents
from Lizzie Allen.
Blanche thought <il very wrong for
Lizzie to have been arrested, when they
both got drunk together.
The 'Squire philosophically remarked
that he didn't suppose Blanche had any j
money to spend on the Carnival, and <
he locked her up for fifteen days. j
Robert Shope, a whiskey tiend, who has j
several timos been before the court for ,
beating his wife, was back again on the ?
same charge, to which was added an j
assault ' on a polico ofliccr.
Robert drew his money where he worked
and thru straightway filled Cp with
liquor away above proof.
Robert followed his wife and daughter
to a dress-maker's, and charged them
with disreputable conduct, and' thon
went home and took the counterpane off
the bed to sell it for more drink.
He met his wife and daughter on the j
street, and cursed and abused' them until ?
remonstrated with by a colored man, and ?
then got in a row with him. j
RAISED CAIN. !
At home he was so violent that Mrs. |
Shope swore out a warant, and Oflicer |
Cllncly went to serve it. When the I
officer came, Shope went into a tantrum, ?
broke a big mirror with a rock, slapped ?
Mrs. Shope in a heap in the corner, i
knocked Policeman Cllncly down, and j
threw flat-irons and bricks at a colored
man the officer summoned to his
assistance. j
Oflicer Clinely got his club Into play
after he got on his feet, and Shope
appeared this morning a soberer and a
milder man. - !
Ten dollars fine for striking his wife, ?
$10 line for assaulting the officer, and
$300 security for six 'months was his
portion. I
Shope shoved a little wad of money that I
he had in his hand into that of his
wife, and .went stolidly to the pen. ?
John Ahem and John Kennedy went
to bar-rooms looking for work, and went
to the-pen in default of the usual fine)
for drunkenness.
He Loved the Boys.
A letter was received by Mayor Taylor
yesterday Which is of general interest.
It is as follows:
Golansville, Va., May 5, 1900.
Dear Dick:
I have just noticed in the papers your
father's arrival at the age of ninety years.
Tour father made lasting favorable im?
pressions upon boys and upon all who
knew him. My first knowledge of your
dear father's urbane manner was when
Taylor & Tyler did business on the south?
east corner of Main and Eighteenth
Streets. I was a small boy, had a bill to.
collect. Mr. Tyler spoke roughly, your
father encouragingly and paid the bill.
After he went to himself, the dray-ticket
boys bad rather had a 16-cent ticket on
him than a dollar-ticket on some other.
My recent affliction reminds me of his
kindness and will you, Dear Dick, in my
name, congratulate him on his good health
at ninety?
Affectionately,
G. A. "WALLACE.
Favors Open Sessions.
"1 favor open sessions of all bodies con?
nected with the City Government," said
Mayor Taylor yesterday.
"Why should the people not have the
privilege of attending- the meetings of
the Board of Police Commissioners," he
said, "as well as the meetings of all other
bodies';
"1 think that the doors of the Board
room should be left wide open, so that
the public, if they feel so inclined, may
attend the meetings. The commissioners
are the servants of the people and should
not lock themselves In when they have
meetings.
"The Fire Commissioners hold open
sessions. Then why should not the Po?
lice Board'.' There are no secrets about
the sessions of the Council Committee on
Police, and I don't sec the reason for
having secret sessions of the Police
Board."
Mayor Taylor is President ex-officio of
the Board of Police Commissioners.
Two pretty female fox-terriers ha\-e
been found, and await an owner at No.
ll?i West Cary Street.
LOCATION FUR
THE ORPHANAGE
Authoritative Reports That It Will Be
in Richmond.
CHAIR AT.. RANDOLPH-MACON
Twenty-Third. Anniversary of the
Woman's Missionary Society?Dr.
Hawthorne's Actions?Uc
n^ious News.
A site has been selected for the Metho
Idlst Orphanage ana' the committee is
negotiating for its purchase. The exact
location of this site cannot yet be made
public, but that it is in, or near, Rich?
mond, is an established fact. The com?
mittee wishes to secure a beautiful loca?
tion, and one where there is a good sup?
ply of water. Artesian wells are pre
?ferred. and (Barton .Heights has been
mentioned as a good place for the build?
ing.
Two of the committeemen yesterday
afnrmed t'h'e report that the orphanage
wou'd be located certainly not far from
Richmond, and that they thought a
definite conclusion would be reached' in
a few days. A good deal of Interest is
being manifested in the matter.
The. orphanage is to be an exceedingly
handsome affair, and will be in the nature
of an industrial school, soir.owhnt after
the pian of the Miller Manuel Labor
School, in Albemar?e county, and' will be
built and supported by the Methodist
Church. There will be a subscription
j of- $?0,C00 to start the building with and
, much more is expected as the work pro
j grosses. The plan now is to have an ad?
ministration building and several outer
; buildings The orphanage, as the name
suggests, is for the orphans of Meth?
odist people, where the children will re?
ceive the advantage of education and be
taught .some industrial trade. The
?grounds surrounding th? building will
also be beautified with flowers, trees and
shrubs.
The Chair of Greek and -German at
Randolph-Macon College, recently occu?
pied by Professor Richard M. Smith,
who went to A'abama. has been declared
vacant, and will be filled at the meet?
ing of the trustees in June. Rev. .lames
H. Moss, D. D., A. M., Ph. D.. a member
of the Virginia Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church. South, now
stationed at Charlottesvllle, and Rev.
David X. Kern, member of the Baltimore
Conference, and a nepnew of Dr. J. A.
Kern, formerly president of Randolph
Macon, are the two most prominent can?
didates in the race for the chair, and
the position will doubtless be given to
one of them.
WOULD !NOT ACCEPT.
The Commonwealth, a very widely
circulated religious newspaper, pub'-ished
at Philadelphia, has invited Dr. J. B.
Hawthorne to edit a page of the paper
during a period of four weeks, that its
readers may get his conception of what
religious journalism should he. Dr.
Hawthorne has modestly declined to
accept the task, on the ground that he
is not an expert In the business, and,
therefore, coukl make no important con?
tribution to this department of religious
enterprise.
The twenty-third- anniversary of the
Woman's Missionary Society of Richmond
will be celebrated at S o'clock to?
night at Broad-Street Methodist Church.
Rev. Dr. S. A. Steel, of Centenary, will
make an address, and the meeting will
be very interesting in every detail.
Rev. Harry Minnick addressed the
mothers at their monthly meeting yester?
day at 4:30 o'clock, at Friends' meet?
ing-house.
A full attendance was present at the
meeting of the "Golden Rule" Young
Woman's Christian Temperance "Union,
held at the home of the president, at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Much busi?
ness of imoprtance came before the meet?
ing.
Dr. George 'Cooper has entirely recover?
ed from his recent indisposition. He left
yesterday for Afto? for a week's holiday.
Rev. 1,. ?. Paul, of Mossy Creek. Au?
gusta county, has been called to Hebron
church, in the same county. Mr.Paul
has many friends and relatives here who
will be g'.arl to hear from him.
Dr. J. W. Rosebro, of Petersburg, will
take charge of the Fredericksburg Church
about the 1st of? June.
Rev. Herbert M. Hnpe, associate edi?
tor of the Richmond Christian Advocate,
is assisting Rev. E. V. Carson at a (pro?
traeteci meeting at Amherst C. H.
Dr. Lafferty Teturned Tuesday from
?New York.
EPWORTH LEAGUE.
The Vocal Executive Committee of the
Epworth League, will meet at the Y. M.
"C. A. next Saturday for the completion of
plans for the State Conference.
?Southern Baptists have received
a great inspiration from the
Ecumenical Missionary Conference,
and will carry imo their convention
at Hot Springs a missionary zeal tha't
Avfll result in an enlargement of ' their
schemes and agencies. It is predicted that
the contributions in the next convention
el year will be 50 .per cent, larger than
those of any previous year.
Rev. Dr. T. R. Sampson, president of
the Austin College. Texas, formerly of
Petersburg, Va., lias been elected presi?
dent of the Austin Theological -Seminary.
In order to accept the latter position he
has resigned the presidency of ihe College.
Rev. Dr. C. E. James, 'president of the
Roanokc Female Institute, who has been
visiting in the city for the past few days,
will leave for Culpeper this morning.
Mr. Arthur L. Butts at the Seventh
Street Christian Church Tuesday night
gave an exhibition of his won?
derful original gold, pearl . and
crystal paintings. A very good
crowd witnessed Hie scenes and every one
pronounced them a gre.it success. There
are 14.440 square feet of canvas on cyclin
ders and there is no magic lantern, but
In some cases the external signs of Contagious Blood Poison are so slight that the
victim is firmly within the grasp of the monster before the true nature of the disease
is known. In other cases the blood is quickly filled with this poisonous virus and the
swollen glands, inucus patches in the mouth, sores on scalp, ulcers on tongue, sore
throat, eruptions on skin, copper colored splotches, aixl falling hair and eyebrows
leave no room for doubt, as these are all unmistakable signs of Contagions Blood Poison.
Doctors still prescribe mercury and potash as the only cure for Blood Poison. These poisonous min?
erals never yet made a complete and permanent cure of Contagious Blood Poison. They drive the disease
back, into the system, cover it up for a while, but it breaks out again in worse form. These powerful minerals produce mercurial .
rheumatism and the most offensive sores and ulcers, causing the joints to stiffen and finger nails to drop off. Morcury and
potash make wrecks, not cures, and those who have been i?o>ed with these drugs are never after free from aches and pain.
S. S. S. acts in an entirely different manner, being a purely vegetable reined ? ; it forces the poison out of, the system, and
instead of tearing dov.-u, builds up and invigorates the general" health. S. S. S. is the only antidote for this specific virus, and
therefore the only cure for Contagious Blood Poisou. No matter in what stage or how hopeless the case may appear, even
though pronounced incurable by the doctors, S. S. S. can be relied upon to make a rapid, permanent cure. S. S. S. is not a
new, untried remedy: an experience of nearly fifty years has-proven it a sure and unfailing cure for this disease. -Itisthe ?'?
only purely vegetable blood medicine known.
Mr. H. L. My?*, 100 Mulberry St.. Newark, N. J.. says : " 1 was afflicted with * terrible blood disease, which was in spots at first, but afterwards
spread all over ?y body. These soon broke out into sores, and it is easy to imagine the suffering 1 endured. Before I became convinced that-the
doctors could do me no good I had spent a hundred dollars, which was really thrown awav. I then
tried various patent medicines, but lhey did not reach the disease. When I liad finished my first
boctie of R. S. S. I was srrcatly improved, and was delighted with the result. The large, red splotches
on my chest began to ?truw paler ?nd smaller, and before long disappeared entirely. I regained ray
lost ?-eight, became stronger, and my appetite improved, I was soon entirely well, and xuy ?kiu as
clear aa a piece of gtaes,"
Send for our Home Treatment Book, which contains valuable information about
this discese, with complete directions for self treatment. Our medical department is
in charge of physicians who have made a Efe-tiroe study of blood diseases. Don't
hesitate to write for any information or advice wanted. We make no charge what
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PERUNA CURES CATARRH
OF KIDNEYS EVERY 11ML
DANGEROUS KiDBEY DISEASES CURED
Peruna Creating a National Sensation in the Cure of Chronic
Ailments of the Kidneys.
Mr. John Vance, member of Company I,
Seventy-first Ohio Infantry, First Brigade,
Second Divis:?.:,. Fourth Arcry Corps, who
lives at Hartford City, Ind.; in a letter
dated June 7. 'ISSO, says: "My kidney
trouble.is much better. I have improved
so mujii that everybody wants to know
what medicine I run using. I recommend
Pe.runa to everybody and some 'nave com?
menced to use it. T'ae folks all say that
if Dr. Hartman's medicine cures me it I
must be great." In a later letter he says:
"I am still improving in bcalth; people call
me well now. I am still using your medi?
cine. People want to know what has done
me so much good and I can easily tell
them."
MR. J. BRAKE. OF PETROI.EA. ON?
TARIO, CANADA, WRITES: "FOUR
YEARS AGO I HAD A SEVERE ATTACK
OF BP.ICrllT'S DISEASE, WHICH
BROUGHT M H SO LOW THE DOCTOR
SAID NOTHING MORE COULD BE
DONE FOR ME. 1 BEGAN TO TAKE
PFJRUXA AXD MANA LIN, AND IX
THREE MONTHS I WAS A WELL
MAX. ??? HAVE CONTINUED SO
EVER SIXCE."
The kidneys separate from the blood a
peculiar salt known as ursa. If this salt
is allowed to accumulate in the blood it
qirckly produces blood poison (uraemia).
But, if at the same time the kidneys al?
low the serum of the blood to escape, it
forms a fatal drain to the system, (albu?
minuria). Catarrh of the kidneys will so
derange them as to produce both of thes3
disastrous results, for not only will the
kidneys fail to excrete the urea from the
blcod, but will allow the serum of the
blood to escape with tlie urine.
If the kidneys are healthy they will ex?
crete the poison from the blood. The
renal veins return the purified blood from
the kidneys to
the gcncial cit
culatiori.
At til's apyear-r
aiu-e of the lirst
symptom of kid?
ney trouble; Pe?
rini i should be
taken. This -
remedy strikes
at once the very g
root of the drs-?
case.. It at once ?
relieves the e a- J
tarrh?l kidneys
of the stagnant
b'.ood. preventing the escape of serum
from the biood. Poru?a stimulates the
kidneys to excrete from the bjood the ac?
cumulating poison', and thus prevents the
convulsions' which are sure to follow ;f
the poisons are allowed to remain, -it
gives great vigor to the heart's action and
digestive system, both of which arc apt to
fail rapidly in this disease.
CATARRH OP THE KIDNEYS QUICK?
LY LEADS TO OHROXIC BRIGHT'S
DISEASE. FERUNA *-SHOULD BE
?TAKEN AT THE APPEARANCE OF
THE FrRST SYMPTOM. IF TAKEN IN
THE EARLY STAGES OF THE DIS?
EASE. PBRTJN? IS SURE TO CURE
EVERY CASE. PERUNA CURES CA?
TARRH OF THE KIDNEYS SIMPLY
BECAUSE IT CURES CATARRH
WHEREVER LOCATED. NO OTHER
SYSTEMIC CATARRH -REMEDY HAS
AS YET BEEN DEVISED. INSIST UPON
HAVING PERUNA. THERE- ARE NO
MEDICINES THAT CAN BE SUBSTI?
TUTED.
A book on catarrh, written by Dr. Hart
man, will be sent free to any address by
The Perlina Medicine Company, Colum?
bus, O.
real pictures. These performances are
very entertaining and instructive.
The members of the Sacred Heart
Church choir are requested' to meet for
rehearsal to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock
instead1 of Saturday, as previously an?
nounced. A full attendance is desired.
Rev. Carey E. Morgan preached last
night at S:15 o'clock at .West-End Chris?
tion Mission, No. 1206 West Gary Street.
The annual meeting of the Woman's
Home 'Mission Society. Virginia Con?
ference, will be held In Centenary
Church, beginning Wednesday, May 23d,
at 10 o'clock. Every Conference officer,
district secretary, and a delegate from [
each auxiliary is urged to be present, ?
The meeting will be one of unusual in- ?
terest and1 the general .secretary is ex?
pected to be present. The name of each j
person who expects toat tend this meet- j
Ing should be sent to Miss Rebecca ?
Hardwicke, No. 2200 East Grace Street. ?
Mr. A. L. Butts will give another ex- !
hibition of pearl and gold paintings on
next Sunday night at Old Market Hall.
Mr. C. Wilbon Montgomery -will sing
two selections, and other special music
will be given. The exhibition Mr. Butts
will give. next Sunday is probably more
awful and' fascinating than any in his
celebrated collection. It is known as ?
the "Black Valley" series.
JACKSON WARD FORGERIES,
Attorney-General 5Iontaa:ue to Pass j
II pon the Question. '
Attorney-General Montague will this !
morning give his views concerning the
?action of the Electoral .Board in reference j
to the alleged forgeries of Jackson Ward, ?
candidates.
Mr. Win. L. Royall was seen yesterday j
in reference to the matter. I
"I have been employed by a number of j
colored people of Jackson Ward, and my ?
fee has been paid, and therefore, I propose !
to do everything to ha\-e justice secured,
which it is possible for counsel to do by
appealing to the law and to the courts.
"The facts are." said Mr. Royall, "that
certain persons in Jackson NVard have
handed their names in to the Clerk of
the Hustings Court, in strict compliance
with the election laws, as candidates for
Board of Aldermen, Common Council and
Justices of the Peace. A number of spur?
ious names have, also, been handed in to
the clerk as candidates for the same place,
the purpose, of course, being to have the
hallots crowded with names, so that il?
literate voters will be confused in making
out their ballots.
"One glaring instance is that the name
Of John Mitchell, Jr., who is a bona
fide candidate for Board of Aldermen,
and that of John Mitchell, who is not a
candidate, have both -been handed in.
The latter name, it is expected, will
lose a number of votes intended for
John Mitchell, Jr. The law requires two
persons to certify as witnesses to the
signature of each candidate.
"I have been to the Electoral Board
and asked them to have a sitting, at
which I will produce each one of the spu?
rious candidates who will tell the Board
that he is not a candidate and that he
does not wish his name to go upon the
ballot. I have told them, also, that I
will produce the alleged witnesses to each
signature, who will testify that their sig?
natures are forgeries, that they never
signed the paper, and that they know
nothing of the desire of the parties to
become candidates.
"The Board doubts its authority to
hear any evidence, and it is disposed to
think it is compelled to send all the
?ames in to be ?printed on the ballots.
IT>wo members .of the Board went
; with me befare the Attorney General and
asked for his opinion on t??e question. He ,
took the matter under advisement, and
will announce what he has to say to?
morrow morning."
Confirmee! by the Sonate.
WASHINGTON, May 9.?The Senate has
confirmed the following nomination^:
S. B. Dole to be Governor and Henry E.
Cooper to be Secretary of Hawaii; E. C.
Bellows, of Washington, to be Consul
General at Yokohama, Japan; HeSry.
Bordewich, of Minnesota, Consul-General
*t Christiana, Norway; J. 3?. Oat, ^pstmas
c. & o.
Kate and Train Arrangements Ac?
count Kiclimond Carnival.
Tickets will be sold from all Chesapeake
and Ohio stations in Virginia on all days
between the 12th and l?th of May inclusive,
at one fare for the round trip, tickets be?
ing good for return until May 21st,
Train No. 12 on the James River Division
will on May 15th, 16th, 17th and ISth, run
from Gladstone, leaving Gladstone at 4:??
A. M., returning from. Richmond on the
above dates at 6 P. M., stopping at all
intermediate stations. -
Special trains will be run on the Penin?
sula Division from O?d Point and Newport |
News on May 16th. ITtti and ISth, leaving
Old Point at 7 A. M. ; Newport News 7:30
A. M.,; returning, leave Richmond at !)
P. M. of same dates, stopping at all inter?
mediate stations.
There will also be a special train to leave
Richmond .at f? P. M., May 16th, sropp'ng
at all intermediate stations between Rich?
mond and Old Point.
The half-rate tickets will be good an all
regular passenger trains- as well as th?
specials.
Your station's agent can give further
?information.
Boom our Carnival. Vote for King.
Who will it be?
Vote for the King of the Carnival.
HE FOOLED TIIE SURG EOXS
All doctors lold Renii-k Hamilton, of
West Jefferson, O.. ? after suffering si&h
tcen months from Rectal Fistula, lie
would die unless a costly operation was
performed; but he cured himself with five
boxes of Bueklen's'Arnica Salve, th? sur?
est pile cure on earth, and the best salv?
in the world. Twenty-five cents a box.
Sold by Owens & Minor Drug Co.
STREET-FAIR AM) CARNIVAL?;
Richmond, Va., May 14-19,1000.
For the. above occasion Southern
Railway will sell special tickets from
all ticket stations on its line in Virginia
and North Carolina to Richmond arid
return at one fare for the round trip.
Tickets on sale/May 12th to 13th, Inclusive,
with return limit May 2lst.
For military and bands in uniform.
traveling in parties of fifteen or more
on one ticket, 1 cent p^r m?e in each
direction (or 2 cenU per mile for the
round trip).
Ko one should miss this great event.
e=peeiaily at the low rate of railroad fare
offered. C-. ?\\ U'ESTP.URY.
Traveling Passenger Agent.
Girls and Boys, hustle for votes tor
King of the Carnival and win the prize.
Go to Headquarters and resister now.
Who is your choice for King? Veto
j early and often.
? LIFE ANI) DEATH FIGHT.
? Mr. W. A. Hines, of Manchester, la.,
writing of his al'most miiaculous escape
? from death, .. says : ' Exposure after
I measles induced serious lung trouble.
? which ended in Consumption. I had fre?
quent hemorrhages and coughed night
? and day. All my doctors said I must soon
! die. Then I began to use Dr. King's New
i Discovery for Consumption, which con:
; pletely cured me. I would not be with?
out it even if it cost $5.00 a bottle. Hun
' dreds have used it on my recommenda?
tion and all say it never fails to cure
Throat, Chest and Lung troubles." Regu?
lar size, 50c. and S1.00. Trial bottles free
at Owens & Minor Drug Company.
Who will be King' of the Carnival? Vote.
THE APPETITE OF A GOAT
Is envied, by, alp poor dyspeptics wnose
Stomach and Liver are out of order. All
such should know that Dr. King's New
Life Pills, the Wonderful Stomach and
Liver Remedy, gives a splendid appetite,
sound digestion and a regular bodily habit
that Insures perfect health and great en?
ergy. Only ?f,c. at Owen:? & Minor's dm*
e tore.
:
Girls and Boys, husrla far votes for
King of the Carnival and win the prize.
Go to Headquarters and register now.
Who is your choice for King? Vote
early and often.
JAMES D. PATTON,.Presi?.
FR?TZ SI??ERDING, Ylce-Presldent.
A. WELSH, Secretar? and Treasurer.
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MAYO BUILDIN?
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ImiiHill
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The aim of tlie new company, which has acquirer all of the pro?
perties of the Richmond Railway and Electric Company and its allied
lines; is to give satisfaction to the public. We would therefore thank
our patrons to report to us any negligence, inattention, or incivility of
the employees; iilso any irregularity they may notice maintaining
order or the like, or any lack of personal neatness on the part of the
conductors or motormen.
THE OLIVE,
RJS?X*, iiEiSLD &z> DAYTON
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Are the Lightest, Easiest Running and Finest Looking Bicycles on the .Market,
and are not Built by a TRUST. The CASTLR BRAKE and LARGE
SPROCKETS FITTI? TO ANY WHEEL.
??j High-Grade Second-Hand Wheels.
Single and Double-Tube Tires.
$10.00
$2.00
BRONZING, ENAMELING and VLLCANING ? SPECIALTY.
Lllll
I Bicycle Builder. Dealer and Repairer.
I- 310 N. 5th Si. Bet. Broad & Marshalf. PHONE
'9 138G.
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J. H. BUSBY,
Headquarters for
Housefurn?sh?ng Goods
THE OLD RELIABLE FURNITURE HOUSE.
A handsome line of
CHAMBER SUITS, PARLOR SUITS,
WARDROBES, HALL RACKS,
IRON BEDS AND SPRINGS,
flATTRESSES, FEATHERS,
COOK STOVES and RANGES,
BABY CARRIAGES.
&t verv tow prices for caah or on credit. We
policit your patronage and guarantee satisiac
tion.
VOO? Cor. Foushee
* and Bread Sireet*
???M ??
An Oid-Line Southern Company."
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Life Insurance Company,
CHAM8ER OF COMMERCE BUILDING.
(Richmond's Latest Financial Achievement.)
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Let Your Feet
Breathe
Wear Patent Ventilating
I Shoes?the ideal shoe for
[summer. Circulation of air
lin every pair. Tenderfe?t,
burning feet; cold, clammy feet; aching;, perspiring, weary tesi
?these are the kind of pedal extremities these shoes care.
SOLc AGENTS.
W. E. OREW & CO.,
Main and ?ijhth Streets.
Men's Shoes Half Soled, sewed, 75c; Ladies' Shoes Kali
Soled, sewed, 50c; Shoes Heeled. 25c. Shoes called tor and
delivered promptly. 'Phone 1223.

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