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Jvintinp; in France Subsidcs and
WINE FRAUDS BILLS PASS
Covcrmncnt Thercby Prcparcd
to Remove Principal
PARIS, Juno 22.?The altuntlon ro
BiiHIng from the wtne grnwera' move?
ment, which wn? follov .-1 by the rosig
natlona, nn mnrka o'fd)'. ?athyr ot the
ofllcials of ninny munlclplllltloB and by
. nerlous rlotlng and a mutlny of troopo,
ntpeara to hftva lmproved considernbly
No further aiaturbahcea of Import.
Blice wcro reported. The mutinoua
troopH returwd to the barracka at
Agdc, tho roll -call nhowlng only ono
Tho Chamber of Iloputlns paaocd, as
a whole ond practleally unanlmously,
all tho clauBca of tlio wlno frauda billa
prevl'oiisly adopted separately. thu/
cnabllng tlu.' government to put tne
measure Into Imtuedlate effect and rc
niove the prliK'tpal 'gclftvances of the
wine growem, and flniilly, tha blahopB
?ln tho dlHturbed aren exhorterl the peo
'.plo to ovotil any further vlolence.
The r<-fiiit ls lhat Premter Ciemen
ceau Ih able to glve VA* colleaguo* a
generally hopeful repoTl of tho situa
tlon. l.ut the plunncd vieTT&t prealdent
Fallleros to Royan anri Bordeaux, and
all tho mlnlaterlal engagoments for tcs
tlvo funrtlons in the unm<;d!<ito Juture
have been earicellod.
No Blntlhy on Vlclor Htiffo.
PAKTH'r Juno 22.?Tho marltlmo nu
thorltlea of i/Oricnt say thore, la no
truth In the rnport that a mutlny has
occurroil on tho French armortd cruia
cr Vlctor Hugo. reccntly ln American
watorH. They aay they, have reeelved
a dispatch, announolng that the war
plilp biia riaHHeil to Azorea bound for
the (Blana of Madelra, and that she
reported all well on board. ?
AT GARDEN PARTY
King Edward Wound Up Ascot
Week With Great Spciety
WINDSOR. ENG., June 22.?More
than " ""0 gn?'ntn assembled ln tho
rcnmntlM or WIndsor Castle this after?
noon to nttend the gardon party. with
whlrh Klng Edward would wlnrt up
Ascnt week. The gatherlng waa rep
rcbcntatlvc of all classes of society
mul ofllctal life. Includlng mfcir.foej'n-^
the roynl fomlly. tho K1ng of Slam".
Trlnro and Prlnceaa Andrew of Greecc.
the dlplomatic oorps, membera of Par
llament. blshops and dlBsonterH. a large
l-'presentation of Amerlcans. many mll
Itary and naval ofllrers and a host of
jiotables, eonsplcuous among whom was
Mark Twaln. The company was masBed
(.u tha east lawn, a aplendld stretch
of grasa. nround which are tho castle
golf links, and made a most Impreha
ivo ?rcno. Many tona of flowers were
uscd In the decoratlon of the tents in
which refreshments were terved. Ten
epeclal trains brought the London
Ktiexts. and all tho roads leadlng to
Wirdsor wero crowded with motor
I-'IFTV MII.I.IOV COMPANY
FOnjIBD TO .MINK COI'TKIl.
pOVKR, DEU, Juno 22.?The Con
aniidatcd Copper Company, of New
York City, capital ?D0.O0O.0(H>, was
rhartored hero to-day. Tho company
la authorlzod to rxploro for mlnes and
eecure mlnlng rlghta for copper and
other motalu and ores. particularly In
the Vukon territory of Alaska. -? The
lncorporatora are .Kdward II. Neary,
Anton J. nittman and Ralph Brlll?all
of New York City.
Ilahy Dronna ln Itulter Croclc,
LOCKPORT, N. T.. June 22.?Ruth
McCahe, threo years old, peeked Into
Jior mother'H two gallon butter crock
to-day and felt in. There was only
elKht lnc'hes of water In it. but the
i little glrl was drowned before her
iparents found her.
RALTIMORE. MD., June 22.?A 11
censo was lesued here to-day.for the
weddlns of Mrs. Anna Pason. thlrty
elgiit years old. wldow. of Ric'#mond,
to Mr. George Long, forty-nlne years
1 old. widower. of New York. The 11
censp was gotten by M13S Mary Smlth,
of Norfolk. ^
Stnbn Nccro lilnckamlth.
WILSON, N. C. Juno 22.?Frank
i Jenklna, a blacksmith. was probably
Btabhed fatally last nlght by Fred,
I Iiyman. anothor negro.
Jenklns was quarfellng with another
man, when Ilyman'stabbed him in the
back. Hyman escaped.
The House That Beais Them All.'
Your Cool Suit is Here.
You may choose it from practically every style and ma
terial that the season offers. Every size, too?a fit guaran
The Very Kind of Suit That Costs $20.00 Elsewhere.
We never mark these, suits up one month and down the
next. We make them?we know they are the best suits in
Richmond at twice the price.
Get Your Suit To-Morrow.
Still Plenty of $6.00 Pants at $3.00.
Carmen's Uniforrm, $10.00.
4/8 EA5T BROAO ST $312 5c S/OS?
HCADQUARTCffa. 4/6 4& BftOOMSTN.Y
Descrlbcs the Prlnclpal Itigredlcnto
Cdntained ln Peruna.
Are we olaiming too much for Por una
when we claira it to be an effeotive
remedy for ehronio catarrh ? Have we
abundant proof that Peruna is in real
ity such a catarrh remedy ? Let ua see
what the TTnited States Dlspensatory
says of the principal ingredients of
Take, for instance, the ingredient
hydrastis canadensia, or golden soal.
The TTnited States Dlspensatory says
of this herbal remedy, that it is largely
employed in the treatment of depraved
m ucous morabranes, ehronio rhinitis
(aasal catarrh), atonio dyspepsia (ca?
tarrh of the stomach), ehronio intesti
nal catarrh, catarrhal jaundice (ca?
tarrh of the liver), and in diseased
mucous membranesof thopelvicorgans.
It is also recommended for the treat?
ment of various forms of diseaee's pe?
culiar to women.
Another ingr.edient of Peruna, cory
daliB formosa, is claascd in the TTnited
States Dispensatory as a tonio. So also
j is cubebs classed as a stomachio and aa
| a tonic for the mucous membranes.
| Cedron seeds is another ingredient of
Peruna, an excellent drug that has
jbeen very largely overlooked by tho
jmedical profession for the past fifty
lyears. The seeds are to be found in
;Vory few drug storcs. Tho TTnited
8tates Dispensatory says of tho action
[of cedron that it is osed aa a bittcr
j tonio and in the treatment of dysontery,
and in intermittent discase3 &3 a cuo
stitute for quinine.
Oil of copaiba, another ingredient
of Peruna, is classed by tho TTnited
States Diopensatory as a mild stimulant
and diuretic. It acts on tho stomach
and intestinal tract. It acts c i a stim?
ulant on the genito-urinary mem?
branes. TTsoful in ehronio cystitis,
ehronio dysentery and diarrhea, and
some chronic diseasea of the liver and
Send to us for a free book of testimon
iaLs of what the people think of Pe?
runa as a catarrh remedy, The best
evidence is the testimony of those who
have tried it
"Did So Because of Fear That
He Could not Succeed in
PHILADELPHIA, P.V.. June 22.?
Fearing ho could not succeed ln his
chosen profession, Dr. Henry S. Hutch
Inson, son of a promlnent cltlzen of
this city, commltted suiclde In a fleld
at Lansdowne, Pa., near. here, by cut
t'ne his throat with a razor. The
body was found to-day. and It is be?
lieved he commltted the deed a day or
two ago. An affectlonata letter, ad
drcssed to his father, was 'found near
tlie body. It ls believed that Hutch
Imon, after swallowlng a polson. cut
lils throat to make sure of death. Dr.
Hutchlnson was about thlrty-five years
of ago, and was graduated from Har
vard and from the medlcal department
of the Unlverslty of Pennsylvanla.
STREAM ON FIRE
?FOR TWO MILES
BTJTLER, PA., June 22.?Late to
nlght 25,000 barrela of oll. which were
Ignited at noon to-day by a bolt of
llghtnlng at the Valvollne Oll Com
pany. at East Butler, are still burnlng
ftercely. Fears are entertalned that
twonty-five other tanks, contalnlng
100.000 barrels of oil, will also be
burned. The burning fluld covers the
Connoquenesslng Creek and the Bon
nyhrook branch of the same stream.
Tho water is carrylng the flre, toward
this city, two roiles away.w/
Reeover Body of Drowned Boy.
[Spociai to Tho Tlmos-Dlapatch.]
NORFOLK. VA., June 22.?Tho body
of Francls Briscoe, ten years old. who
wns drowned oft the Norfolk and Berk
ley lerry landlng in the Ea3tern Branch
of the Ellzabeth River Wednesday, was
Irecovered to-day by Pollceman Wobb.
Cashier of Planters' National Bank, of this City.
Honored by Notable Body of Financiers?Other
Richmohders Given Important Offices.
NORFOLK, VA.. June 22.?The Virglnla
State Bankers' Assoclatlon ln fourteenth
annual aesslon at the Jamestown expo
sltlon. adjourned to-day, after electing
the followlng officera: Presldent, Rlch
ard H. Smith, of RIchmond; vice-presl
dents?John M. Miller, Jr., of Rich
mond; Joseph Stebblns. South Boston;
W. M. Addlson, of RIchmond: H. A.
Walker, Staunton; Captain John G. Os
borne, Radford; Judge John W. Woodb,
Roanoke; A. E. Krlae, Norfolk; W. P.
Venable. Farmvllle: T. M. Pol
lard, Petersburg; aecretary, N. P.
TO BE CELEBRATED
Tuesday of This Week Will Be
One of Most Notable of
TO GIVE AWAY SOUVENIRS
All Visitors Will Be Entertained
by Exposition Company and
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
GROUND3, Juna 22.?Tuesday, June
25th, will be a big day at the exposi?
tion. It will be the State'B Exhlblt
Dajv% All of tne exhibitors ln the
State'a Exhlbit Palace, both prlvate
and State, will endeavor to entertaln
all visitors to-their bullding, and the
exposition company will carrj through
a program, Includlng music and ad
dressos by prominent exposition offi
Tho program will Btart at 11 o'clock
with selectlons by the Innes Band,
after which Hon. Harry St George
Tucker, presldent of the exposition
company, will make an address to the
exhibitors. Then Hon. Robert W.
Wlthers, one of the Virglnla State
commlssioners, will respona to the
president's address, after which the
vl6itors wUJ bo.the guests of the va
rloua State'and prlvate exhibitors, all
of whom will glve away souvenirs and
dlspense hospitallty in general. At the
South Caeblina exhlblt, which ls one
of the mOBjt attractive dlsplays In the
building, T. E. Moore, who is in charge,
will entertaln his gueata ln true South
Carollna style. South Carolina tea will
be served ln.one of the attractive little
booths in his exhlbit by ;Japaneae
gelsha glrls, and souvenirs will be
glven to, all who vlalt the South Caro?
At tho Maryland exhlblt, ^-ofessor
Thomas J. Symonda will have on ex
hibition some of tho largest 6traw
berrle8 ever grown ln the State of
Maryland. The monster berries were
grown by A T. Goldsborough, of Mont
gomery county, and measure from threo
to aix inchea ln circumference, and
welgh some five or alx ounces.
South Carollna Mllltla.
The Second Regiment, South Caro?
lina National Guard, which will parti
clpate ln the ceremonles ln connection
with South Carollna Day at the James.
town Exp_osltlon, will arrive Thursday
morning, June 27th, and will go Into
canip for ten day.a.
There will be twelve companles and
a hosplial detachment in this regiment
Colonel Thompson. corarnanding, haa
lssued ordera that every meraber of the
regiment muat report to accompany the
organizatlon to the encampment.
South Carollna ia eald to rank se?
cond ln havlng the best dlsclpllned regl
menfs ln the country.
The regiment will, while at the ex?
position, drlll ln both elose and ex
tended order, and Colonel Thompson
expects the mon to gain valuablo mtli
tary lnformatlon whlle here. He hat
lssued a statement to tho effoct that
thore will bo plenty of hard work foj
every on?, and that tho strlct.est mlll
tary dlselplino will be exactod from ni:
commlssioned and non-commlssloned
offlcors durlng the encampment.
THREE BIG DAYS
[Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
GROUNDS. Juno 22.?At least two bls
days are acheduled for tho Jamestowr
Exposition this week, followed earlj
noxt week with fthothor, which wll
Gstling, Lynchburg; treasurer, H.
A. Wllliams, 'of Richmond. Com?
mittee on banklng and jurlsprudence?
George Seay, Richmond; George Bryan,
Richmond; Alexander Hamllton, Pe
tersburg; E. E. Holland. Suffolk; H. N.
Philllps, Petersburg: W. P. Toms. Staun
ton; Colonel R. C. Marshall, Portamouth.
Committee of flnance?J. W. Slnton,
BIchmond; C. R. Bishop, Petersburg;
A. L. Adamson, Manchester. Committee
on taxatlon?O. J. Sands, Richmond;
Schmelz, Hampton; H. E. Jones, Brls
posslbly eclipse both of Its predeces
Thursday, Juno 21tht ls Baltimore
Day, and a most attractlve program
has been prepared. Baltlmoreans "by
the hundreds and the thousands," aug
mented by great crowds of Maryalnd
ers, will flock to the Jamestown show.
The Maryland and Baltimore Building3
will be scenes of many reunloi.s and
much cheerful greeting. Addresses will
be delivered by Governor Warfleld and
Mayor J. Barry Mahone, of Baltimore.
Another - Stato day of the week.
which will bring a large crowd to the
exposltion, ls Friday. June 28th, set
for the South Carollna celebration.
Governor Ansell and staff and tho Sec
ond South Carollna Regfment will be
ln attendance, and elaborate exercises
will be held.
Wnt Virjjinla Day.
More than usual interest is taken in
West Virginla. Day?Tuesday .o? next
An elaborate program has been ar
ranged to appropriately celebrate this
day, and the prosperous daughter of
the "Mother of States" will be very
much in evidence on that occaslon. Ad?
dresses will be delivered by the Gov
ernors of West Virginla and Virginla,
tho Secretary of the Treauury, ? the
president of the Jamestown ? Exposl?
tion, United States Senators and other
Besides the regular exercises at the
exposltion, audltorium and West Vir?
ginla Bulldlng, there will be a dedlca
tlon of the massive column built of
West Virginla coal, and in the evening
there will be a speclal receptlon .at
the West Virginla Bulldlng in' honor
of the Secretary of the Treasury. and
Your Tongue is Coated!
Watch for Symptoms!
LOOK ln your pocket-mlrror!
Or inslde the lid of your watch
Fur coat on your tongue? Bad
What you been Eating?
What were you drlnklng?
What kind of Lazy Chair dtd you teka
Now don't think tt doesn't matterl
Because, it's your Bowels that talk now,
Wery time you open your Mouth. ^
That doesn't help your Popularity. nor
four Earning capaclty
Besides, aperson with bad Bowels is in
? bad way.
? * *
Go ,and take a Ten Mile Walk, for
Haven't time? Too Lazy?.
Well, thero is another Way.
Take Artlfiolal Exercise for your Bowels.
They rousa the Bowel Muscles, Just as
i Cold Bath freshens Athletto Muscles.
Waken them up, Strengthen them so they
Dontract and Expand the Bowels and In
listlnas in a healthy, actlve manner. ?
That's how theso muscles work the
Food along, through your thirty feet of In
lasttnes, to its Finish.
That's how they squeeze Gastrlc Julce
Into the food. to Dlgest it.
That's how they make the mlllions of
llttle Suckers in the Intsstlnes draw the
Nutrltlon out of Food, and transform it
into Blood, Brawn, Brain and Bone.
? * *
One tablet taken whenever you suspec
you need tt will Insuro you against 90 per
cent of all other 11b Iikely to attack you.
Cascarels don't purge, don't weakon,
don't irritate, nor upset your stomach. . 7K
Ten Conts, at all Drugglsts. Be very
careful to get the genulne, mado only by
tho Sterllng Remedy Company, and nevei
sold ln bulk. Every tablet stamped "CCC."
Vigorous Judge Brisbine,
Hale and Hearty at 84,
Thanks to the Constant Use of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
"It is especially healthful in the spring of the year, when the blood/is thin and the tissues worn
out from the long siege of winter.
"You are at liberty to use my letter as you may see fit in ybur<advertising, so that it may do
some good to suffering humanity."
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
is distilled'wholly from malted grain by a most expensive method 'which ihas never been made public,
and this private process gives it great medicinal value and insures qualityeand flavor. Its softness, pal
atability and freedom from those injurious substances found in ordinary'whiskey make it acceptable to
the most sensitive stomach. Its resuits are free from that depressing effect causcd by poisonitig the
blood with many medicines. It is a tonic and invigorant for old and young, and its medicinal pro
perties make it invaluable to overworked men, delicate women and sickly children. Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey has been- analyzed many times by the best chemists during the past fifty years and has al?
ways been found to be absolutely pure.
CAUTIOJV.?-When yon a?k your drngarlat, grocer or dealer for Duffy'n Pure Mnlt Wlilnkcy be mire yon[ *?*Jk,,e
gennlne. It'? the only abaolutely pure medicinal mnlt wliUkey nnd U ?old ln senlcil bottlrn onlyj never In bulk. **?ce
?1.00. Look for the trade-mnrk the "Old Cheralat," on the Inbcl, and make mire the ?enl ever lhe cork ln unbroKen.
Illnstrnted medlcal bookiet and doctor's advlce free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co? ltocheatcr, N. Y.
Mrs. Cortelyou. Governor Dawson, of
Weat Virglnla, will be accompanled
by his ataff, in full unlform, and a
regiment of Weat Virglnla troops will
be in attendance.
It ls doubtless gratifylng to the peo?
ple of the "Little Mountaln State," to
know that their State enjoya the dis
tlnctlon of having more exhlblta, and
of being represented ln more placos at
the exposition than any other State.
In additlon to having one of tho flneat
State bulldlnga on the grounds. We8t
Virglnla haa a large coal monument,
an agrlcultUral and lnduatrlal exhlblt
ln tho Statea Palace, a mlneral exhlblt
ln the Mlne8 Palace, an editcationol ex?
hlbit lh the Palace of Educatlon, and
a historlc exhlblt ln the Palace of Hls
The West Virglnla Bulldlng ls one
of the moat subatantial and attractive
of all the Stato bulldlnga. It la
colonlal in style and occuplea a place
of promlnence on the boulevard over
looklng Hampton Roads.
This palatlal mansion haa been op
ened under very ausplclous clrcum
atances. and la crowded dally with In?
terested visitors, who pronounce U
one of the most attractive of the many
beautiful State structures. Among the
number who enter -the portals are
many people of the "Little Mountaln
State," who express profound admira
tion for the handsome atructuro and
gratlflcation at tha credltable show
ing made by the Commonwealth. Al
though poasesslon of the bulldlng haa
been had for only a few days, the
work of puttlng the place ? ln order
has proceeded very eatlsfactorlly, and
West Virglnla headquarter* ls com
plete and ready .for the guasca of
July 2d, when the formal opening will
Among tho'rellcs of Colonlal timea
on dlsplay In the West Virglnla ex?
hlblt at the exposition, ls tha map
used by General Washington on thi
journey to the French on the upper
Ohio ln 1753; a map made by the Lord
Fairfax 8urveyora, when huntlng for
the first fountaln of the Rappahan
nock River, an lmportant polnt in the
Fairfax survey. There la also an or?
der for 1,200 pounds lasued by Lord
Walpole, grand treasurer of the British
empire. to pay th<i Fairfax aurveyora
for the runnlng out of the Fairfax
llnes and locatlng the famous stone.
Another feature of the exhlblt shows
the home Ufe of the ploneers of West
Virglnla In the years of long ago.
These are copper moulds used by the
ploneerB in making pewter Bpoons a
hundred years ago; the old greaso
lamp with cotton-rag wlok; the per
forated tin lantern, once the property
of Joseph Johnson, of Bridgeport, in
Harrison county, who was the on'y
West VIrglnlan that ever fllled the
gubernatorial chalr of Vlrginla.
To-Monnows program at
Arrlvnl Compnny 11\ Nlnth KckI
mi-nt Nutlonul Clard of New
8 A. M_Gntea open.
S to 0?Drill Twenty-thlrd lufan
10?And faourly tbcreafter?Exhlbl
bltlou of wcntber buri-uu carth
quake recorder, Goveruuieut
IOiSO?Guard mount Twenty-tblrd
I P. M.?Prepnration of large
weather ninn from report* from
all aeotlona of the couutry, liov
ernment Butldlug A.
X?nioarrapblc nud atoreoptlcon ex~
l'.lbltlou, acenea on Imllun Reaer
vntlnn, with lectnre, Interlor De
pnrtiucnt, Uovernineut Butldlug
2?Innca'a Buad concert, Audlto
riuin. . ?
2?Ulovraphlo exbibttlon and lec
(urr, acenea ln Yovemlto Vulley,
Government Bulldlng A.
2t80?Uulted Statea Mfu Hnvlug
Service tii'ill at utatlon,
8?Blographlo exhlbltloa and lec?
tnre, Vellowatone Nutlouul I'ark,
with leu(iirt) by K. C, Culver,
Government Buildluur A.
4 IO aUlO?Orgitu rvcltul, Mr, Wil
llnm Wall Wldillt, offlclal or
Plano rcvltnl by Joiiepn Macrz, be- /
twfpn piirm of orgnn recltul.
6?Drens parade Twenty-tulrd In
8?Tnnea'a ..Band .concert,. ? Andlto-,
Plano recltul by Jonepli, Maers, be
tvreen pnrU of band concert.
More Excuralonn to Show.
tSpeciai'to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.]
GROUNDS, June 22.?The Jamestown
Exposltion Pamenger Bureau, compos
ed of ther'general passenger agents of
the various transportatlon lines enter
lng Norfolk, after a. meeting here to?
day announced that the rallroads would
ln future run speclal exposltion exeur
slon8 every Tuesday-and FrTday here
after. instead of only Tuesday as here
Blg Slilp* Go to Sea.
GROUNDS, June 22.?The crulser Olym
pia and monitors Arkansas, Nevada
and Florlda, composing tb^ tralnlng
fleet of the Annapolls mldshipmen, and
which have been at anchor ln Hamp
ton Roads for, two weeks, went t?- sea
The battleslilp Minnesota, which was
Helayed on account of six of her mld?
shipmen and Ave_ seamen being
drowned, salled for. ftockport, Me.
BRAXDED AS ANARCHIST,
CUBAN Q.UITS THB HAGTJE.
HAVANA, June 22.?Orestes Ferrara
has cabled to Governor Magoon his
reslgnatlon as secretary to the Cnban
delegation at The'Hague, statlng that
he would glve his reasons for so doing
later. The reslgnatlon was accepted.
Recently the Parls Temps publlshed
an article. charglng; General Ferrara
with being an anarchist.
MGRCl'RY AT CEXTtRY MARIC
IN WASHINGTON SHADE.
"?^necial to The Times-Dlspatch.]
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 22.?
Thermometer reglstered within a halr
of the century mark in the shade on
Pennsylvanla Avenuo this afternoon at
S o'clock. It was the hottest June dav
experlenced ln six years. There were
at Home, at the Seashore, Mountains,
or the Jamestown Exposition.
No matter where you go during the summer months, you
need several dresses and extra skirts of "Linonette" for your
self and the children.
Linonette is the most popular of all wash goods. So very
like linen, but costing only about one-fourth as much.
The colors are true and lasting, and there is a color for all
? Linonette launders perfectly and always comes back fresh,
? Ask your dry goods stores for it.
STEBB1NS, tAWSON & SPRAG1NS CO.,
i Manufaoturers' Agents,
South Boston, Virginia, U. S, A.
Judge T. W. Brisbine, a promi
nent citizen of Yankton, S. D.,
who has just celebrated his 84th
birthday, says that Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey is the greatest
tonic-stimulant for old as well as
The learned) Judge agrees with
thousands of, others who testify
that Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
renews youth and preserves old
It drivcs out'disease germ3, toncs up
the system, invigorates the brain, en
riches the blood and quickens circula
tion. It is a form of food already
digestcd, which can be rctained by the
most dclicatc stomach.
In a recent letter the Judge wrote":
"I am 84 years old, have used Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey as a tonic and
stimulant and have rdcrived great ben?
efit from it. My 'experience teaches
me that your Maft Whiskey does all
you claim for it? It is the best alco
holic tonic and/stimulant for old peo?
ple as well as young. I firmly believe
that my present vigor and strength is
due to the constant use of yent valu
able medicine. It gives me great
pleasure to recommend it to all who
are run dowjn, overworked or need a
tonic and stimulant.
' IN HIDFIETD NOW
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pen," where a negro thrust a bayonet
jnto his chest, clrcumstances that gave
the two common cause against Steu
There will Iikely bo a showlng that
all of the financlal relations of Hay
wood and Slmpklns came ln the nat?
ural and regular course of conduct
lng tho business affairs of the Federa
Orchard's testlmony as.to the alleged
Intimacy of hlmself and the Federatlon
leaders and his story of the events at
Cripple :C?eek, extendlng from ttht}
flrst attompts at the Vindlcator. down
to the destructlon of the Independence
Statlon, will probably be dlrectly con
tradicted on the stand by practlcally
all the men named by him.
l.XCURSION TO JAMESTOWN.
Trlp to Illntorlc Island Under Auspices
of A. P. V. A.
The Assoclatlon for the Preservatlon
of Virginla Antlquitles will glve an
excurslon down James River on Sat-.
Mnny of those who have not previ
ously had a chance to make the trlp
will then be glven an opportunlty to
do so. The steamer Pocahontas has been
secured. and will leave for Jamestown
at 8 o'clock on the morning of the
29th. Luncheon will be served by
ladlos interested in the Retreat for tho
Slck. Tho Foc?hontas will stop at
Brandon returnlng from Jamestown.?.,
The committee of arrangements, Mrs.
Thomas Cary Johnson, Mrs. Mann S.
Valentlne and Mrs. Giles,' are arrang
lng a pleasant program for the trip.
Pluces for aale of tickets will be an?
nounced in a few days.
SOCIETY LEADER BEGINS
TBRJI IN PENITENTIAR.Y.
PEORIA, ILL., June 22.?Daniel Fi
Raum, once a promlnent attorney and
society leader of this clty, and son of
Green B. Raum, ex-Commlsslon^r of
Pensions, was takon to Jollet penlten
tlary to-day to begln serving an In
determinate sentence, having been con
victed of forgery and embezzlement.