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ig"!" seronmeil l'nlcs, hul
, nnlrrlng two negro men
tln* cnr to ntnnd nfll.lc,
ds nf hiirkahnt Into tho
?Berry's for clothes.1
THOMAS BA YARD STA WE
11hll/Vlt rrn tat -**"?? /tMS/tDtrl
DO YOU GET UP
BROUGHT THEM IN
moF-t na i*.- fell.
?"?' 'Judgo Loving, n.t soon ns ho aaw the
mon rush townrds lho body of BatCB,
HttUl inlinlv; "It's no use; ho's dead.
I nliot to kill."
MnkliiK p.o effort to nscnpo, Judgo
t.ovlnir unrrondcreel hlmself to a maK
Igfrnl", rfiirl wns hnlle.l tlie next niorn
iiig ln lb.* sum of *'.'.,oon. At tlm he?r
irtg before the mnglBtrate for ball,
Judgo Loving la nnld to liavo mndo the
fOlloWIHR .?Unteinonl, hnt hh thero wns
no steniigrnphor prosont, tho exact
.^Words used were nnt taken down.
"I wns informed by Hnrry Snend on
?'?yestordny (Moii.lny) mornlng thnt.my
flatifrhter. Ll/.zle, hnd been drlven Into
Lovlngston at nlght by Theodoro Estos,
alie belng ln nn iinconBcloiia condition.
I restriiii-ic-,1 myself wlth prent dltTt
?roltv. lic.ping tlinl there mlght be sotiie
oxplnnatlon. Lljtsle was nont for, but
^tfr- dld nci-> I'Mtic, sending word that sbo
fiyVts sick. 1 dld not pf, after her, but
Poht my wife. I nskort her whnt hatl
happened, nnd she sald thnt Theodore
drove her out, nnd wlien nbout n mile
put of town. K.ivn her a drink. nnd thnt
jno know nothlilg more. I don't clnlrn
that I became crnzy, hnt a fronzy seized
me. Every miiBolo nnd vein'ln my body
c'olled fnr vongemioe. I -soiiKht lils llfe
ond I look it, nnd nll tV.j powers of
hell .-oui.1 not liavo stoppAi me."
Thln statement, which Jnny or mny
not bo correctly qtloted, 'ls the onl'v
?Statement mnde by tho Hofonsoi A
story clrculatod to thc oftedt thnt Miss
LOVIng had denled tlmt Kstos had
wronged her wns proaiptly branded ns
raise by the lawyers ior the defense.
who counseled thelr cUent to remain
COIMBCl ill CjIMC.
Judge Loving Is well known In nich?
mond. whero hls sistor, Mrs. Corydon
hutton. nnd hls brothor-ln-law, ' Mr
John If, Jncob re&ide. Mr. Theodore
Estes s sister mnrrled Mr. .lohn Swan?
son. a brother of Governor Swanson.
?-Counsel in tho caso nre among the
flblost In tho Stnto, Messrs. Aubrey
E. Strode, of Amherst; John L. Lee. of
pynchbiirg*: W.-ilton Mooro, ct Fiilrfnx
fuid Wllliam P. Barksdale, nf Iliilifnx'
wlll defond Judgo Loving, nnd Messrs!
Wood iioui.iin. Commonwealth's nttor
ney of Ilalifnx: Dnniol Harmon. of
Charlottosvllle, nnd Oommnnwoalth's
Attorney AVIiltehoiul. of Nelson. will
conduct tho prosecutlon.
" On account of :i personnl dlfflulty
betwocn tho prlsonor and hlmself,'
Judge Bennett. T. Gordon, of Nelson,
decllned to slt ln the cnso. and Gov?
ernor Swanson appolntod Judgo "Wil?
llam n. Bnrksdnle, of Hallfax, to con?
duct the trial.
Judgo Barksdale granted a change
of venue on tlie groiind that the prls?
oner could not socuro n falr trial in
Nolson county. nnd deslgnated Houston
as the plnco, at which the caso wlll be
It ls paid thnt ovor a hundrod wit?
nesses hnvo beon summoned by the
Commonwealth, nnd as many by thc
dofonso. So lt would seem lis though
thn case would consume several
COUNSEL FOIt LOVING
WII,I, NOT DISCUSS CASE.
LTNCIIBURG, A'A.. Juno 22.?"The
defense wlll hn ready for trlnl when
the caso is called at Houston Monday,"
declared Mr. John L. Lee, of counsel
for Judgo Loving. to-day. "Unless
thero be somothlng that should pre?
vent us from belng ready. which we
do not antlclpate, we shall certalnly
press for a trial.
"Thc defense believes Judgo Loving
wlll ho vindlcated. and when all or
the facts surroundlng tho ciibo are
known, 1 <lo not belleve a Jury com?
posed of Virglnla gentlemon could be
found that would render a verdlct ad
vcrse to my cliont," continued Mr, Lee.
Further than thls. Attorney Lee wlll
not dlscuss tho case. Ile roftises to in?
dlcato what the Une of the defense wlll
be, and thls will not become known un?
til lt Ig developcd step by step after
the case is beforo the .lury.
AVhen asked to make a statement as
to the plea that will be made l'or Judgo
Loving. Mr. Lee pointed out that no
statement hnd been made by Judgo
Loving or hls counsel slnce the trag
a'dy, wlth the excoption of the publica?
tion of "Miss Ellzabeth Loving's letter
to a young lady friend ln Albemarle,
which had been Ineorrcetly reported ln
dispatchea from Chnrlottesvllie. This
silenco so long malntalned will be con?
FAMTLIES OO TO IIOUSTOiV.
EstCH Fmnlly aud Krlend* Went Ycfi
terdny?JTiidRe I.iiiIiik <;<?..<< Tn-Dny.
CSpeelat to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
LOVINGSTON, VA., Juno 22.?Mr. M.
K. Estos, famlly nnd sovoral friends
left here for Houston ovor the South?
ern und tlie Lynchburg and Durham
"Woman. in our hours of ease, wlth
lood muRCle ia sure to pleane."
If It's their weddlng Journoy, thls
nlght be cnlled cnnoebial bllns. "P. B.
'eople who nre too serious to taka a
oke, should tako a vacatlon."
This week we mako a special
)f Outlng Suits.
Tropical Worsteds, $18 to
Blue Serges, double and
vingie-breasted, 2, and 3 but
ons, $15 up.
Two-piece fancy Mohaitf
Airy Homespuns, $18.
Linen Crash, $8 to $10.
Pnni>v tA/nol-i Qnlio f/-.*. w?An
L-UOt IWt lUDIii
Flannel Outing Trousers,
53.80, $5, $6 and $7.80.
Straws, Panamas, Low
Shoes, Cool Shirts?everything
o add comfort and grace to
nan or boy's summer dress.
-The Quality Store?
talhvay. Other friends and relatlves
Mll follow to-morrow.
.ludge XV. O. Lovlng and family, Mr.
larry Sneed. Mlss Annle M. Sneed. Mr.
'. G. Lovlng and other relatlves and
rlends will loavo Oakrldge to-mOrro.w
la Lynchburg, over the- Southern and
.ynchburg and ' Durham Ballroads.
AVIII Secure Jury.
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
HOUSTON, VA., June 22.?Ele"ven
iwyers in tho Loving case will get
ere to-morrow -afternoon on tho
.ynchburg and Durham traln. J. G.
.ovlng. wife and daughter, and hls
ounsel will stop at the Dorsey Hotel.
!o troublo ls antlclpated in gettlng a
nry, and the trial ls expected to begin
^oastal Plain of Virginia Ex?
amined by Govern?
BY WALTER EDWARD HARRIS.
WASHINGTON. D. C. June 22.?That
ortion of Vlrglnia lylng east of Itlch
lond, or, to be accurate, that portlon
?Ing east of a llno drawn through
lexandria, Frederlcksburg, Rlchmond,
etersburg and Emporia, is known to
10 Geologlcal Survey''as the Coastai
Inin of Vlrglnln, Tho "survoy haa
Ithln the past year or two mado an
xliaustlvo. investigation of- tho water
nirces of*-thls-soctlon, and tha re
jlts thereof hayo f rorh' tlmo' tb tlma
con alluded to -iii these dlspatchos.
The survey urges caution ln the use
f water of many of the springs ln
ldewater Vlrglnia. In somo sections
t tliig territory the caiitlon' ls not so
nicli needed. In tho greater portlon
f the territory, however, Including
tiout 9,500 squaro miles, the surface
i underlald by bods of sand, clay, marl
nd loam. ... *
'an Alwavs Rel
The wonderful success of Host
during the past 54 Years has
liability as a remedy for all fan
is considered complete nowaday
tain a bottle of this famous mec
at - the first symptom of" any d
Liver, Kidneys or Bowels i
sick spell. WEGUARANTI
BE ABSOLUTELY PURE.
will tone the digestive organs, re:
costiveness, induce sound sleep ai
gestion, Biliousness, Sour 1
somnia, Sick Headache, Ci
or General Debility. A tria
MR. JAMES J. DUNDAS, Delta'
La., says: " For many years your Bitters
has been my family medicine, and we owe
our conlinued good health to its use. It
is excellent lor all stomach and liver com?
plaints. I fieely ehdoise it."
etta, 0? sa
time. My <
ters and I ii
FOR ALL FEMALE ILLS THE BITTERS IS UNEQUAL
" ' ' i aaasaBaaaasBsasBaaa^---. ,_?^-naaC-S
Former President Cleveland Un?
able to Deliver His
CEREMONY WAS IMPRESSIVE
Large Crowd Assembled at Wil
mington to Honor Great
WILMINGTON, DEL? June 22,-In tho
presence of tho largcst crowd that ever
assembled at a publio function ln Dela
waro a mcmorial statuo to Thomas F.
Baynrd, secretary ot state In President
Cleveland's flrst cabinet, formor United
States senator and the flrst American
ambassador to tho court of St. James
was unveiled horo thls aftornoon wlth
exercises of the slmplest charactor. Thero
was no mllltary pageant nnd tho cere
monlcs wero conflned to addresses, prayer
and tho slnging of hymna.
The absence of formor President Cleve?
land, who ls 111 at hls hofne ln Princeton.
caused many expresslons of regret. Mr.
Cloveland was to have dellvered tlie prln?
clpal addross and In hls absence tlie ad
dresB was read by John - ^.assett Moore,
professor of lnternatlonal law at Calum
Other partlclpants ln the cercmonles
wero: Judge Georgo Gray, of the Unltee]
States clrcult court, and tho Right Rev.
Lelghton Coleman, D. D., bishop of tho
Protestant Episcopal dloceso of Dela
etter's Stomach Bitters
been made through its re
tiily ills. In fact, no home
s that does not always con
licine. Take a few doses
isorder of the Stomach,
ind thus counteract a long
LE THE GENUINE TO
WITH ' IAMF BACK?
tvare. The weather la clear and warm
ind great crowds Irom all parts of the
3tate wltneaaed tha unvelllng.
Mrs. Mary Clymer Bayard, widow or
ihe statesman to be honored, arrlved here
aeforo noon Irom Washington, accom?
panled by her daughter. After an ln
.?ocatlon by "_.-._op Coleman and the slng
ng of "Thls ls the Day of the Lord"
zy tho Delaware Snenger Bund, Chalr
?r.an Whlteman Introduced Judgo Gray,
who dellvered an extended address on
:ho llfe and charactcr of Mr. Bayard.
The reading of Mr. Cleveland's address
jy Professor Moore followed, after which
l.e statue was unveiled. Tho c/irds were
lrawn by Mrs. Bayard.
Letter by I'rcslilcnt Roonevelt,
President Roosevelt sont a letter ro.
:i*ettlng hls lnablllty to be present, antl
vas represented at the exercises by
Ion. Oscar S. Straus, Socretary of Com
nerce and Xcabor.
I'resident Roosovelt's lottor to Judge
Iray was -as follows:
"Tlm Whlto House,
"Washlncton, Juno 15, 1907.
"My Dear Judge Gray,?May 1.
lnough you, to the committee of the
iayard Memorlal Aspoclatlon, convey
ny rogrot that I nm not nblo to be
iresent at the unvelllnir of tho statuo
o Mr. Bayard? I had the good fortune
o know hlm personally, so that my ap
ireclatlon of what hls staluless purity
tnd Integrity of charaeter meant- ln
mbllc llfe is based on personal knowl?
cdge. I wlsh it wero ih my power to
it present wlth you, and add my trib.
ite to tho trlbuteB wlilch wlll be pald
o hls memory.
"Wlth hijrh rosnrds, believe mc,
"To Hon. General Gray. Wllmlngton,
South Carolinian Critically 111 at
Home on Cedar - Moun?
GREENVILLE, S. C, June 22.?
Bishop Ellison Capers, of the EplB
-nnnl Dio.-ose of South Carolina, is
rltlcally ill nt hls home at Cedar
lountaln, near tlils clty. Hls son
iss issued thla bulletin: '"Bishop Cap
rs ls rest ing easily to-nlght, but hls
eft leg and arm are apparently para
as the youngbters ara always accompanled
by somo offlclal of tho nsnoclatlon, parents
neod hava no fear that anythlng serious will
hoppen to them.
Fell from Window.
Samuel Redd Icoloroel' fell from a two
story window Of Mlllor's Hotel last nlcht
colored, riuarroled "Jvlth each other'
last night a little after 9 o'clock
about some trlvlal matter, and, after
the fashlon of tholr klnd.. proceeded to
sottlo the questlon ot Issue wlth their
knlvea. Beed slashed oiit nt Johnson,
lnflicting a three-lnch wound in the
loft nm and stabblng hlm ln the lpft
slde just above the llrst rib.. Johnson
3 P. M.93 12 midnight.SO
CONDITIONTS IN 'IMPORTANT CITIES
At S P. M., Knsteru Time.
Place. . Ther. XX. T. Weathor.
Asheville, N.. C... 70 86 Rain
Augusta .84 90 Clear
Atlanta, Ga........ 76 8S Rnln
Galvostoh, Tex..., 82 86 Rain
Jacksonvillo . 78 84 Clear
;tore the appetite, prevent
id cure Dyspepsia, Indi
Risings, Heartburn, In
?amps, Malarial Fever
1 always convinces. Read
MES STRONGER, Mari
: *41 was troubled with Kid
omach weakness for a long
octor recommended your Bit
nproved Irom the start. No
ever be without it,"
LED. TRY IT AND SEE.
reiurnea tno compn
elght-lnch cut on tlie
l'our-lnch ctu on the a
Reed, who lives at
Soventeenth Street, ls I
ditlon, antl Dr. Wood!
Ambulance Corps, wh
had hlm taken to tl
Hospital, where hls coi
was reportod to bo pr
Johnson was not so
hei was talcen for hjs :
tho i'"ii*Ht Pollco Statlo
mado as conifortahlo a
1X1)1 A.\S IN H
Wlll PiVN.-nt Trial ol
llon. Tluunas ll, Ei
Polnt, *i,vuh in tho clt;
lmd with lii ni sovoral c
Iiidlaim," who wlll
"Tho Cu.pturo and Trlt
and ll'la Uoseuo by Po;
The show. whlcli li
successfully tosted ,at
bo glven at tho exposi
tlma to-morrow nlght,
to be a drawlng card
There will be nlnet
ln the play* and they,
ment witn an
forearm aud a
N'o. 409 North
n a serious con
on, of tho' Clty
d attended hlm,
io . Colored Clty
elit i?ui last nlght
badly hurt, and
ilght'o reposo to
l, whore ho was
.luhn Sinll'i ut
iwariljs, of Wost
' yoatortluy, and
f lils "Pamunkeo
pnrtlclpiito ' lu
1 of Johh Smitli,
?ahoutua," ut tho
as alroady boen*
West Polnt, will
tion for tlie flrsst
and lt promlses
een roal Indlans
ara all froin the
New Orleans. 82 88 Rain
Ralelgh. 82 88 Clear
Savannah . "8 S6 Clear
Norfolk, Va^. 78 SS Clear
Wllmlngton . 70 84 Clear
MINIATURE ALMANAC. .
Juno- 23, tSHTC.
Sun rlses_4:51 HIGH TlbK.
Sun sots. 7:33 Morning....'.', .',,:.I3
Mpon sets...*. 3:24 Evening. 2:4.15
a sweet breath, healthy gums
are always assured with
Meade & Baker's
Carbolic Mouth Wash
t. _A perfect cleanser with an
.. inviting after-taste.
At Druggist's, 25c, SOc, $1.00
Have You Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver or
To Prove what Swamp-Roo
and Bladder Remedy,
Readers May Have a St
Pain or dull acho ln the back Is un
mlstakabie evldenco of kldney trouble.
It ls nature's timely warning to show
you that tho track of health ia. not
If these danger signals are unhooded,
moro serlous results are often suro
to follow; Brlght's disease. which ls
the worBt form of kldney troublo, may
steal upon you.
Tho mlld antl Immediate effect of
Swamp-Root, tho great kidney and
bladder remedy, ls soon . reallzed, It
stands the highest because its remark
ablo curatlv? power has been proven
In thousands of the most distreSBlns;
cases. If you need a medlclne, you
should havo the best. A thorough
trial wlll convlnco any one.
Lame back ls only one of many
symptoms of kldney trouble. Other
symptoms showlng that you need
Swamp-Root are. belng obllged to pass
water often during the day and to
get up many times during tho nlght.
lnablllty to hold your urlne. smartins
or Irrllatlon in passing, brick*dust or
KDlTOlti.-VL NOTE.?In order to pr
Root, you may havo a sample bottle and
sent ahsolutely freo by mail. The book
thousands of testlmonlal letters rocelve
Swamp-Root to be Just tho remedy thf
Swamp-Root aro so well-known that o
sample bottle. -In sending your addref
N. T., be sure to say "you read thls g>
Tlmes-Dlspatch. Tho genulneness of th
Pamunky reservatlon ln Klng Wl'Uam
Governor Swanson gave Mr. Edwards
permlsslon to use tho red skins ,and
he assoclated Dr, George W. Rlchard?
son, of West Polnt, and Hon. Samuel
L. Kelley, of thls clty, wlth hlm, and
had hls company lncorporated by tho
VAX AT FOREST WILL.
Y. SI. C. A. Boys Ilare Enjoyalile Oiitlns
A party of over twenty Y.. M. C. A. *boys
apent most of yesterday at Forest Hlll Park.
Baseball and athlotlcs woro indulged in be?
foro lunch timo, and afttir a rest porlod a
tramp to the James Rlver and a swlm, all
returned refreshod and lnvigorated. These
outlngs are groat thlngs for the boys, nnd