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Last Witness Heard ln Trial
ARGUMENTS ON TUESDAY
?Seven Hours to Each Side is tho Pro?
gramm?e Agreed Upon?Judgo
Says Politics May Affect Char?
acter In Sbutli Carolina.
(By Associated Press.)
LEXINGTON. 8. C, Oct. 10.-t??? last
"Witness to he heard In the trial of James
H. Tlllman, charged with tho murder
of Editor Gonzales, left the stand at 4
o'clock this afternoon, thus concluding
tho taking of testimony In what prom?
ised to bo a much long-cr trial than this
will be. On Monday and Tuesday counsel
will address tho Jury, ?even hours being
given to each for aiguiueiils. Un Wed?
nesday morning Judge Gary will charge
tho Jury und place the ease with it lor
deliberation and determination. This
programme WHs decided ujjuii hy Court's
counsel und announced by the court Just
prior to adjournment to-day.
Counsel for the defense proponed thut
thu cabe Ijij -ubmilieu to tno jury Without
argument. wtiu taiaie SU-ttaeaUng linn
three heure bo du vu luti to ?.? ?, _?_u, L.UI
the court piupu-eu .?. day each, Which was
uccepied by thu attorneys ju bum u,_?n.
Tho employment of ej-jycuuiuu- ?.?? t.. ? ..-,
has inuiuriuiiy hastened tuu und ot tins
impoiiant cane. A vast nuinuer uf wil
Dosses have bpen beard and a great
VOM...? ni ?'..?,?..null}? liad ?UUIl pl.l-UU 1J
?oru ino Jury tur im C?tibl?ura?un;
t-U-i xl\-0 .?v.*.!-? t,ix,i,./?i-lLlt.
One ut tn? cnaractur v.'Hnu__ee lur the
Staio lo-u_,y Waa um.ed, as iu nis ?up
port lor t?. certuni -ieyuoucn.il cain-?u_,io
for Congrus*. Counsel iui tuu b.uio oo
Jectuu, uuimral _>un.n_;er sayiug in Uio
cour-o of his reniants tnat taal wuii
calling attention to his poltli-_l uiundliig.
Jud?u Clary in ruling that tuu yuc.lion
was competent, said:
"Generally speaking, Mr. Bellinger, I
think your 'VJow ino curro-t one, but un?
dor thu peculiar conditions down here it
may aftuct a man's ohuraclor."
Tho State placed witnesses on
tho stand to-day alt-eking iho, voracity
of two witnesses for the dulenao, \V. II.
Geor, a traveling representativa or tho
State, aald to-day that ha did not make
tho statement that Mr. Gonzales linai a
pistol for Mr. Tlllman, and that ho (Tlll?
man), had better not tackl? him wltSj a
stl-at because ho would get - shot out
of him, a remark which a witness for
the defense testified he made.
By agreement of counsel It was admit?
ted that Mr. Gonzales' eyesight was af?
fected and that ho habitually wore
glasses, thus tendering It unnecessary to
put on witnesses from Columbia seiil for
when the court announced this morning
that testimony relative to thla, excluded
yesterday, would bo admitted.
The State offered In evidence certain
records of the Street Railway Company
to show the hour? during which A. J.
Flowers, -who testified that he over?
heard a conversation had by Mr. Gon?
zales, had run cars In tho summer of
1002, but on Inspecting, finding that tho
records sustained him as to tho time,
they were asked to ba withdrawn.
The defense ln rebuttal put on upward
of twenty witnesses to testify ns to tho
good character of R. H. Holsonback,
one of their wltnessos. who testified
relativo to the shooting.
ln fixing the programme so as to send
the case to the jury Wednesday morning,
Judge Gary said ho did that so the jury
would have a full day before lt for the
consideration of Its verdict Instead of
sending lt out at night. Court adjourned
fihortly before 5 P. M. until 0:30 A. _?1.
You Meet Is Talking
in a social way, but before you go you
should talk it over with me in a business
way, and aa we have not much time to
waste we will have the talk now. You will
want to go Smartly Dressed. That goes
without S3ying so, I want to tell you what
I have that will make you appear that way.
Earl & Wilson
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs,
Full Dress Ties,
Gloves for Evening or Day Wear,
Full Dress White Vests
for Evening Wear and
Fancy Vests for Street Wear.
Youman's Silk and Opera Mats,
Silk and Woolen Underwear
for the Cool Nights, will also
make you feel Comfortable.
Now, I have talked it over with you ;
will you let me have the pleasure of show?
ing and serving you whenever you want to
be Correctly Dressed ?
Tailoring and Haberdashery,
Head and Footwear,
907 East Main Street.
PERMANENTLY CURED BV
0 R R ? ? E,"
? 8??*-*e, SUff? AND HARMLESS SPEOIFIO.
I'll selciatili pronounce drunkenness a <1 Incase of ih?? nervous system, e reatini? ? morbid
craving lor a stimulant. Continued indulffonce In ?K hid key. beef ef Wine eats ?-.vaythc
stomach Huliiff nml Mnpefies Hie dli-restlve orean?, thus destroying the dieestlou and
rulninir tltc lienltli. No "will power" can he,??! the Inflaitnfid stomach membranes.
"ORKINIS" permanently remoren the craving for liquor by acllni? directly on Hie
affecteal nerves, resi ori p ? the stornarli and digest I ve organ ? to normal condition??, ini provint?
the appetite and restoring the health. G"-o sanitarium treatment neccisarv J " ORHINE"
can be taken at your own homo without publicity. Can be given secretly If desired.
CURE GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Mr. E. T. Slum, tlrooklyn, N. Y? writes!
"Uso tny namo as a Iwcniy-year drunkard
restored to matiUood and health by four
boiee nf 'OR ? INK,1 it Is a wonderlul and
marvelous cure for tlio cl rink habit,"
Mrs K. Wycliff, New York City, writes:
?"ORRINE'cured my husband, who was a
steady drunkard for many years. He now
has no desire for stimulants, his health is
Soodand lie Is fully feelnfrd to manhood,
le used only live boxes of ORRINE.'"
Mrs. YV. hi 1)., Helena. Mont., writes: "I
have waited one year before wrltlutr you
of th? permanent cure of my son. He took
?nniinrium tre.i'ment, as well :?s other ad
.vorlis? ?1 cures, but Ihey all failed until wo
(fave him 'ORRINE.? II? le now fullv re
stored to health and has no desi r?* for drink."
Mr. U. !.. Ra, Kansas City, Mo., wr?e?.:
"I am satisfied that d runkennn.s Is a dis?
ease and tho worst In the world. 'Oh RI NE,'
,ln my opinion, will cure any case If taken a?
you direct. I wns a common drunkard for
twenty years, but to-day I am free ?if any
desire'for ll<juor. You have fonnd the spe?
cific. Qrxl bies? you!'?
Mr. A. E. If., Atlanta, fin., writes: "I was
born with a love of whlsk'y aud drank It
for thirty-two years. It Unally brought tne
t?) the ffutler, '.-omelets und friendless I
was pnwerlos to resist the craving and
would ?teal and lift to get whlr.key. Four
box'sof 'ORRINE'cured me of all deslio
and I now hate the smell of Honor "
Priceit per boi, 6 boxee fair if..1,. Malledln
plain, sealed wrapper bv Orrine Company,
?nUlh streot, Wa-hlnolon, D. C. Interest?
ing booklet (sealed) f-en oil rcijnest.
Hold aud rccutumeuded by
POLK MILLER-CHILDREY CO.,
101 E. Droad Street, Cor. Flrnt Gtreet,
POLK MILLER DRUG CO.,
634 Eaat Main Stroet, Richmond.
Anniversary to Be Celebrated
BY ITALIAN CITIZENS
At the Halan Country Club?Oration
by Char.es M. Wallace, dr.?Splen?
did Banquet?Dancing and
For tho fir-t timo ?? tho history of
Richmond thu Italian citizens will celo
biate tho anniversary of tho landing of
Christopher Columbus ln America. Five
hundiod and cloven years ago to-mor?
row, history says, this son of Genova,
first sighted land, nnd ln appreciation of
thl.i fact tho Italians of this city will on
to-morro-.v fittingly celebrate the event
at Italian Country Club by a day of
festivities, such as dancing, speech
making, a banquet and games that are
peculiar to tho native land.
GOVERNOR AND MAYOR.
Governor Montague, Mayor Taylor and
MR. CHASIE TRAFIERI,
President of the Italian Country Club.
othors prominent In the city and State
havo teen Invited to be present, and
will undoubtedly accept tho Invitation to
Join In the celebration. ,
The celebration proper will bo held at
the horno of the Country Club on the
Eroad Stroet road, Dancing will com?
mence at 3 o'clock In tho aftornoon. From
this timo on open air games of various
kind.?] will be indulged In by thoso not
participating In the dance. At ? o'clock
th?? banquet will begin. Presldont Tra
florl will bo tho master uf ceremonies, and
%j$*i ;' '
MR. PAUL VALDRIGHI,
Chairman of the Banquet Committee.
after delivering an address to his coun?
trymen, will Introduce the Hon. Charles
M. Wallace, Jr., who will deliver an
oration on Christopher Columbus. Several
other prominent citizens will mako shoit
after dinner speeches.
GREAT -NATIONAL? GAME.
After the dinner is nerved danciiisr will
be resumed and at 8 o'clock tho feature
of the days's sporting events will begin
The game is known as tob?la, and is
a favorite pasttlme In the old country.
All present will participate in this event
and to lucky threo sotrera! cases of wine
will be presented. Tho game, while -sim?
ple In ita play, is productive of much
sport and excitement. Slips of card board,
with fifteen numbers thereon ls given to
each participant and then numbers from
3 to 90 are pulled froin a Jug and criod
aloud, and as the numbers cried corres?
ponds with the one on tho card, it ls
checked and the first to fill ln the first
line of five figures wins the first prize,
and so on, until the last row which Is
??ailed Tbmbola, and Is the most desired
prize, and in order to win this when
your card ls filled on the last lino you
must cry aloud "Tombola." This particu?
lar feature promises to be most interest?
ing both to those familiar with its play
and the Americans who will be in at?
Those who will have charge of the
celebration will be: General Committee
of Anriangements--McHsrs. Chas'e Tra?
fierl, pr?sident?, Carlo Onesti, chairman;
Frank Morlconl, Paul Toldrighi, T.
Adami, and P. Dante.
The floor managers for the ball will
be Messrs. A. Blazl nnd J. Bertoccl.
Reception Committee?Messrs. P. Gon?
nella, C. Magnani and G. Glannotl.
Banquet Committee?Paul Valdrlghl.
Carlo Onesti nnd A. Cascl.
Directors of Tombpla?Messrs. chasie
Trafierl, A. Marchetti nnd P. Dante.
Committee of Arrangements?Messrs. T.
MR. FRANK MORlCONI,
Member of General Committee for the
Poll, I<\ Mnrlanelll,, U Marchetti, A.
(illllo, Prank Consanl, j?, Truflorl and G-.
Tho ofllcer? of tho Italian Country Club
are: President, Chaslo Trafierl; Vice
President, A. Marchetti; Secretary, P.
Danto, nnd Treasurer, A, Gllllo.
The oolebratlon will undoubtedly bo an
occuslon that will not soon bo forgotten
In tlio Italian oolony of the olty, ns the
various committees have been energetical?
ly at work to make a grand success of
Blchmond?Sol Ctitchlns, apodal com
mlBsuner, to Prank W. Danner, 27 u-V?
feot (?? north side of Franklin Street.
301 fi-U' foot east of Ryland ?Street, M,G7a>,
William Harper Domi and wlfo to Cleo.
D, Peaiiiiim and l?, 11. Harwood, '?'?1-3
feot on north tilde Frnnklln Street, be?
tween Eighteenth nnd Nineteenth St:e t-,
Milton W. Hay ? ?? anil wlfo to M. A.
Hooper, Si I'cet on east side of Randolph
Street, 160 feot south of Winder Street.
Ueonro W. Parsons and wlfo to Mary
lle:-nhi?i-g "7 1-2 fe*ot on north side Frank?
lin Streut Sai feet east of Kyb'nd. subjeot
to deed of trust fo?- $3,000, $3.740.
?, W. Haylo to il. t?. Wrigut. ono-liull'
Interest In '?-S feet on north alilo (lince
Street, northeast corner Meadow Street,
John Vf. Wl (tin s ton to Jolin WaHhin-;tiin
Hu?hOS, 20 foot on east side Tweniy-Ui'rd
fallout, i'i?-Z iuet from 0 Street, Ji>00,
Rev. J. R. Sturgls Tells of Dr.
CAUSED BY A WEAK HEART
Over Stimulating With Alcohol Followed
by Overdosing With Sedatives as a
to the Deceased.
Editor of Tho Tfmes-DIspatch:
Sir,?In Justice to tho memory of tho
dead; ln consideration of the rights and
sorrows of tho bereaved; und for tho In?
formation of many friends of tho de?
ceased, his widow and kindred, It Is felt
that something moro should bo sal'd con?
cerning tho death hi West Virginia of
Dr. Charles L?. Williamson
Dr. Williamson did not commit sulolde.
Nothing was farther from his mhid and
purposo than tho taking of his own life.
Tho statement that he did not was
rightly mudo in your columns by Dr.
Davis, In whoso houso Dr. Williamson
?lied. Rut many m/iy remember the tele?
grams and head lines branding him as a
suicide, who may easily forgot, or ques?
tion, the brief denial mado by Dr. Davis,
In the absenco of fuller particulars.
Even the coroner's Jury, who viewed his
remains under moat exciting circum?
stances, and as those of a mere stranger
In their community, went no farther
than to say ln their verdict that ho came
to his death ."by an overdose of chloral
hydrate administered by his own hand."
Whether tho ovordnsc was Intentional
or accidental the verdict does not pre?
sumo to say.
ATTITUDE OF JURY.
This attitude and verdict of tho Jury
were nntural and In accordance with tho
facts as understood by them. It seemed
apparent to them that death was the
lmmedlito result of an overdose of tho
drug nnmed by them. Tho Jury stated
the seeming- facts and left all Inferences
to others. For this the bereaved aro
And had that Jury known what some
of us know", the verdict would havo been:
"Died of heart failure." To have given
a verdict strictly ln accordance with tho
facts, the Jury would have probably
added: "Heart failure, superinduced by
over-stimulating with alcohol, followed
by overdosing with sedativen as a cor?
rectivo of the over-stimulation." Tlin.t
verdict would have set forth the actual
facts in tho case.
He had ? weak heart. Thf anguished
wife who mourns him has twice had her
gravest fears excited by tho severity of
e'.tocks during their short married life.
He knew that It was no mere sympathe?
tic disturbance, but an organic affection
that would probably result In sudden
death. This depressed him more than
anything else. Because of It, he would
sometimes say, after a drinking spell,
that he never expected to dfe In bed
with love*] nnci nbout him, as people usu?
ally died. He probably mado nome such
unfortunate remark whllo ln West Vir?
ginia; if so. this would help In suggest?
ing and coloring tho-sulcldf* theory.
HTS SUDDEN "?>????.
Of course, an overdose .'of ^chloral hy?
drate may pro.vo fatal, but It does not
always result ' fn death, and it Is not
a cordial invita?
tion to all visi?
tors to the
to visit our stores
and see the im?
mense display of
The E. B.
1011 E. Main,
9 E, Broad.
worth $1.25 for
E. T. FAULKNER CO.,
The Daylight Cash Store.
WE ARE AQENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS.
NEW MERCHANDISE OF GREAT MAGNITUDE.
SUCH PRICINGS OF FALL GOODS.
HIS is Dross Goods News of supreme importance. Such money savings that we
are offering for Monday will astonish all customers. Positively the greatest
bargains in Fall Goods ever offered.
MONDAY SALE PRICES
Cream Danish Cloth,
Cream Striped Waistlngs, 8?
Inches ?wide, worth 30c.,
Cream Albatross, 86 Inches in
wldo, regular COo, goode, for 0\r\>
Crenm Melroeo; this ts tho iO_
69o. kind, for . fOC
7Bc. Cream Crepo do Chine, An?
il Inches wide, for. UVw
BLACK SILK SALE.
Black Jap Silk, 27 Inches AQn
wldo. for . tOL
Peau do Solo, black, a ?q_
greut bargain, at . UVC
A Fine Black Taffeta
Black Peau de Chine, the AQr
best valuo,.-over sold at. U"C
Black Liberty Satin
BLACK DRESS GOODS.
A Fino Serge, 88 Inches OCT,-?
?wldo, for . -60C
A Venetian, nicey finished, AQr
38 Inches wide, for. tOC
A Molroso, that Is 42 Inches HCf,
wide, exceptionally cheap, at /OC
French Venetian, BO Inches Q?,-.
wide, extra weight, for. i/OC
Zlbellno, 44 inches wide "7_J-.
and a great bargain, at. /OC
SKIRTS AND SUITS.
A Walking Skirt, ln black ,nnd
graj?, soven-goro flare, two-inch
stitched facing, worth ???""*? ? fr
$3.60, for .,. f?,??
A Walking Skirt, black Oxford and
gray, strapped seams, a $5 ?C "1 f.O
Skirt, for . ?PO.VO
Tailored Suit, blousa Jacket, full
sleeve, trimmed ln silk
braid, for .
MONDAY SALE PRICES
Novelty Stripes, ln gray, blue and
red, a genuine bargain, **>;?.?.
Ileavy Weight Cheviot. 38 1Q-,
lnches wide, for . . Tt
Zibeline, 38 Inches wide, ln iO.
oll colurs, worth BOc, for.... "OC
Dress Goods Novelty, blue and
whlto, black and white, 46 'JtZr?
Inches wide, for
Scotch Mixtures, grays,
blues and reds, for .
SPECIAL WAIST SALE
Black Mercerized Waist, ln wO
all sizes, for . t*OL?
Flanneletto Waist, flecked .ef
feot, trimmed ln buttons, ""TES/-.
88c. Waist, for . /OC
White Satteon Waist, with QO
black dot, for . yo?*
Whlto Oxford, tucked, with QQr
large pearl buttons, for. "yt
Children^. Vest and Pants, ?j [
the greatest value, ut . * OC
l_adlcs' Vest and Pants, tho soft?
est and heaviest Vest over ??[?,,
sold at . ?OC
Men's Shirts and Drawers, _?Q_
extra heavy, for . *tOC
Men's Shirts and Drawers, *JKr.
ln gray and tan, a wonder at /OC
Huck Towels, red border, -i Al?
largo size, for . I vC
Huck Towels, extra heavy, good
size and a speclHl Towel 1*71/ _
Half Bleached Damask, ex- ??Q/-?
tra heavy. 60 Inches wide, for OyC
Mercerized Damask, good _?Q-.
patterns, for . *rOC
German Damask, tho soft iQ
finlsh kind, for . *TOC
Mercerized Damask, 72 Inches
wldo, the 7Bo. kind, AQr
White Flannel, three-quar?
ters wool, worth -5c.? for....
Gray Flannel, extra heavy,
a bluo gray, for .
Eiderdown, good width, !n
pink and blue, for.
Skirt Patterns, light and
dark, for .
Wool Skirts, patterns, strip?
ped, for .
Embroidered Flannct, neat
designs, for .
White Quilt, large size and
worth 63c special at .
Colored Quilt, quilted and
tufted, worth $1.2d, for.
White Wool Blanket, double
bed size, a $5.00 Blan?
ket, for .
Unbleached Cotton. 36 Inches
wldo. a fine, even thread, c-,
worth 7o? for ..?... OC
Fine Cambrics, 36 inches $a\\?(.
wide, regular 10c. goods, for 0*-J?|.C
C'-nto? Flannel?' unnleached, ex?
tra heavy twill, with long ?? /Af,
fleece, for . V3//f*
Bleached Canton Flannel, fin?
twill, with short fleece,
Pillow Casing, bleached, 42 f f\ -
Inches wldo, for . IyC
0-4 Sheeting, bles?3hed, never
sold for less thar }2c, 1 q
Flllow Cases, large size, ?J f|-,
Sheets for single beds "\?\r>
Sheets for double beds
Whlto Flannel, with pink *j*1[/
border, worth IGc, for.... I atw/^jC
Gray Twill Flannel, extra | Cn
wide, worth 18c, for . IOC
easy to suppose that In a comparative
sense Its deadly effect would bo Instan?
taneous, so to speak. Surely there would
J be some symptomatic offocts ln addition
I to the breathing before death camo. Dr.
! Williamson fell, at tho place, where
standing, he took tho drug. Tho woak
heart would account for the suddenness
of his death, but tho overdose of chloral
surely would not.
In response to my request for particu?
lars Immediately after Dr. Williamson's ?
death, Dr. Davis wroto me a very full
account. In quotine from his communi?
cation, I leave out all of the narrative
down to the eveninir bofnro thn pad rip-atli
occurred: "About 1 o'clock that after?
noon ho went up to his room to sleep;
slept till about 7, then came Into the
ofllce where I was. Soon theroaftor wo
went out to supper, and about 8;30 he
went to bed for the nlRht." (Hero fol?
lows a lengthy statoment from Dr. Davis,
setting forth the facts that ho kept tho
oflico key In hl's own bod room that night;
that Dr. Williamson spoilt a quiet night
In his room adjoining that of Dr. Davis;
and that Dr. Williamson was alroady
dressed and down stairs waiting for
him when he descended.) "In the morn?
ing we wont Into tho ofllca. where we
talked about ten minutes. He then asked
mo to give him some aromatic spirits
nf ammonia, which 1 did. He, went out
and I went Into the kitchen, whore my
wlfo was at the time. I talked with her
few minutes, returned to oflico, heard
Stortous breathing, difscovnred William?
son behind tho countor, Just collapsed,
all In a heap; ran to him. ?mellad chloral
hydrate on his breath. He had no pulse
when I discovered him."
HIS HEART SUCCQMBED.
In other words, tho woak heart suc?
cumbed, but Charles L. Williamson did
not die tho death of the Intentional sui?
cido. In truth, there woro never more
Incentive to living nor less tomtatlons
toward dying than inhered In his cir?
cumstances at that ?rery time. Hie mar?
ried Ufa was an unusually happy one;
his graduation, which he had achieved
against great difficulties and disadvan?
tages, mudo him almost Jubilant in glnd
nuHs; the futuro loomed up beforo him,
bright and full of hopefulness; to launch
nut on his professional career wus an ur
dent doslre, inspiring to life und activity,
und not to inaction and death. Out of
my personal knowledge, 1 cun verify
and endorsp, a statoment written by ono
who knew him better than any other on
earth knew him, One whoso heurt li*
breaking for Iilm to-day, writes: "I know
he did not take his proclous life* Ho had
too much lo live for, and loved his life
too much to end It, Ha had seeniod
unusually happy since his graduation,
lie joyed too In tho anticipation of start?
lug out to milk? .something of life, Ills
call to West Virginia ho regarded ns
the first step toward the waiting suc?
cess, There wu? novor a timo In tils life
when liH had less causo far despoil?
Thut ho wns depressed at tlio time Is
true, but there wus nothing in the facts
to malto him hopelessly despondent? And
all lila efforts were being cllructed to?
wards getting himself out ot the coutil
tloiifl that caused the depriieston. On his
necessary stop-over In Illchmond, on his
way to West Virginia, In an unguarded
moment he listened to tho tempter nmld
the reviving power of old associations und
took a drink with old friand. (V). This
drink was followed by another and, nn?
other, and soon lio was no longer linn*
self. Ilo wus still under the influencio
of intoxicants- when he reached W.nl
iii'ilH, about noon, on September ?3th, al?
though it stranger would scarcely Imv
suspected 11, The fow days that li Co hold
for him In Winifreds, wer? spent It
fighting appetite, ami trying ti? recoves
from thu effects and power of lije ?lion
drinking ?poll. Had nut his weak heart
failed him, ho would have riooi'tiiild.
He died buttling against the demon of
drink. He could have gone ovt and
easily obtained the drl*u fnr which every
thirsty nurve wns eiyiiuj mut iiKnullrig.
but instead, hu was, und had been let'
Is a biossing. Thoso who need Glasses,
whether children or adults, may roly
on our expert service and seouro the
best only at lowest possible prices.
Vf'e look to tho preservation of tho
"Eyesight, as woll ae tho appearance of
Completo Optical manufacturing
plant on the premises.
Prescription Work Our Specialty.
THE S. GALESKI OPTICAL CO.,
Corner Ninth and Main Streets.
Jforse Jhow !
In Jewelry the ediot will be
in favor of those designs
which are significant of rid?
ing, driving, and the hunt.
In anticipation of this, see
our pins, brooches, etc., that
carry out this idea I
Prize cups, silver-mouuted
whips, crops, etc., will make |
suitable prizes, and appro?
priate souvenirs !
days, fighting tho thirst with drugs, a?
ternatlvoly stimulating and eodatlvo, a.??
APPETITE FOR DRINK.
Perhaps, a fow men can drink tuodor
ately ond continuously all their day?
without allowing tho habit to overmaster
them, hut tho danger |s, they may trans?
mit a depraved appetite to somo descen?
dant that may make Ufo miserable for
him and for others. An apputlte of ?
lion's strength and a tiger's fiorccnoee
waa transmitted to Dr. Williamson. Tho
physical system was thus diseased at
tho root. It asserted Itsolf from his very
boyhood. Occasional yleldlnga and lapR?e
mado the fight nil tho luirdor. During his
Short life, others could hoo tho bat I lea
lie lost, but only God and himself know
of tho floreo character nnd great num?
ber of battles fought and won, 1 know
that over against tho law of transmis?
sion thoro stands tlio lnw of grace, ant.1
I am not attempting to shield Dr. Wil?
liamson against any error or sin, Hut
thoso bore statements of fact, oro mad?.?
ln Justice to tlio memory of on?.? of tho
most genorous and warm hearted young
men that I havo ever known? Apart from
hla ono weakness, ho had few flaw? in
hla gontlo, unselflah naturo,
J. H. STURGI3.
Octobor ?, 1003.
The Horso Show number of "The
Cavalier," nn Illustrated magagne. Is?
sued by Mr? Joffry Montague, appeared
yesterday In nlti*acth*o cover designs and
Iiniiiii-oiiin tnnlio up.
Tho udltorlnls and other reading? matter,
Including tho fashions and society are
crisp, bright and Interesting, It Is quite
In order that Mr. Montague's friends
should offor tholr congratulations over
Pretty Horn \*-Qdrl|"p?.
(Spoetiti to The Tlnies-Dlspateh.)
RGANUKK, ???? Oct. 10.-Mlas Nina,
That's what the makers of Dr. David'?
Cough Sytup have ?lone when thoy pro?
duced the greatest Cough Curo known.
Dr. David's Cough Syrup will cur?
Coughs, Colds, Croup. Bronchitis and
all Throat und Lung Troubles, Lars?
bottles i!? cents everywhere.
The Valentine Museum
1?'LE VEN'I'll AND CLAY STili-E'lU
OPEN 10 A. M. TO 5 P. M.
FREE ON ?ATUnUAYa
The Confederate Museum,
TWELFTH AND C'i-?? b't'UKKT?.
Opitns daily U-ui U A- M. to ? P. M.
Admission. 2? aenu. 1/ reu ou Saturday?.
the pretty young daughter of Mr. ?nd
Mrs. T. J, OUI and Mr. Charles W. Key,
wero married lust night at the home
ot the bride, Ruv. W. O. TftlWrt uill