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TO LEAVE I
jDne Had Criminal Record and
Had Served Term for
tTpoa tha condition that they would
Imrrrdialt'T Isave the city. F. K.
Uaker, allaa Frank Kelley. aj>d Frank
laaiter. who wara arreatad several days
?do by Captain of Detectives MoMahon
aa suspicious persons, suspected of
keine pickpockets, were ?Ivan their
liberty yesterday. Taay at ones ault
There waa no case hare against
them, but Captain McMabons suspicion
against them waa oonurined yesteruay
afternoon wbea be secured Baker's
record front the Buffalo, N. V., po?
lice. The Utter baa been arreattd
aeveral times In Buffalo. Syracuse.
Cleveland. O.. ?ad BingUaaaton. la
the latter city he was convicted of a
charge of grand larceny sad served
three and a half years la Auburn
prlHoa. The local polloe expect to ?et
Lester's record la a few days
Captain MeMahon is satisfied that
by the arrest of Baker and Lester he
broke up a crowd of smooth crooks
which was preparing to fleece pae
aengare oa atreet cats. Two of tae
gang eeoapsd and are said to have
Captain ktcMaboa yesterday ooagrat
?la ted the men of his bureau for their
efficient work during fair week. There
were fewer complaints of the opera?
tions of pickpockets than ever beirre.
"The police this week have given
the public splendid protection," Cap-,
tain MeMahon ss'.S. "We have arrest?
ed several pickpockets, and. of course,
scene of them turned a few tricks and
made a getaway. But we were more
successful in spotting the crooks be?
fore they got to work and ordering
them out of town.
"Heretofore, during fair week we
have found dozens and doaens of
empty pocketbooks which "dips" bave
taken from citizens and thrown away |
after removing the contents. This
year not a single purse -has been:
DaavfOe Baals fleeter Springs
r Special to TLe Tlir.ee-Dispatch. 1
Danville, Vs.. October U.?The Danville
debne) football tsam this afternoon defeat?
ed Cluster Sprtaae Academy team In a fast
aad well-playod same., whlob ended In a
aocrr of 11 to ?. In I be first quarter Warreo. 1
tha right tackle. aoee??ded in settlar across
tht geal Uns. TPhipp kteklas the coal. In the
third quarter Danville scored again. Leixh
grttlag ever the line, but faiUng to convert.
Cluster Springe than scored. hteComb. left
tackle, ereaslag tha line, but rallies to kick
Healthy Old Age Is What
Dr. Hartman Advocates
. See here, young
man, I heard you
other day of being
less, brain fagged,
and the like. A
young man, hard?
ly in the zenith
of your life, com?
plaining of such
And this is very
Vou are not the
>nly one. Probe
<ly three out of
am of the young
len of to-day
c ? u "*ve iu,t *uch
a. v. Martens , M. u. (.> midoms as you
describe. What does it mean?
Look at me. I am eighty-two years
old. Sound as a nut. Tough as hickory.
Do not know what it is to be tired. While
I cannot do as much physical work as I
used to when a young man, I can do a
great deal. Probably twice as much as
the average young man of to-day.
What has kept me so strong and well?
I will teil you. I do not use tobacco. I
do not use alcoholic stimulants. I do not
use tea or coffee habitually. I go to bed
early. I get up early. I am always doing
something; something that occupies my
body and mind. I love to work. I take
a cold water towel bath every morning,
winter and summer. It is these things
that have kept me well and strong. Vou
could be ju3t as well and strong as I am
if you would do as I do.
Vou may ask. do I never get sick, have
Rebel Troops Dispersed Before
They Can Strike at
Washington. October If.?An upris?
ing against the Honduran government,
started by participants in the Xicar
?guan revolt, came to a sudden and
bloody end before the expedition got
out of Nicaragua. The refugees. 200
In number, under Jose Rafael Osorlo.
11 never had occasion to take medicine at
an? Yea, I have got sick. Sometimes I
foal a little touch of climatic trouble, like
cold, malaria, alight caUrrhal symptoms,
but my only medicine is Peruoa. I al?
ways keep a bottle of Peruoa in the
j house. I keep a bot ue of Peruna on my
desk in my office. Once in a while I take
some. I do not take it habitually. Take
it only when I feel a little out of softs.
One swallow will perhaps he all that will
be necessary, but it i? always handy by.
It is a sorry sight to see the young
men of to-day begin to peter out physi?
cally when they ought to be in the glory
of their manhood and the height of their
vigor. Eat plain food. Live frugally.
Give up all weakening habits. Live as
God intended you to live. Take Peruna
when you do not feel as well as usual.
If you want me to I will send you a
book which will tell you a great many
more things about yourself and about
matters that may be of great value to you.
Enclose a two-cent stamp for postage
and the book will be sent in a plain wrap?
per and you will not be troubled with any
follow-up letters or advertisements.
Pe ru na, Man a-lin and La-cu-pia
manufactured by the Pe-ru-na Company,
Columbus, Ohio. Sold at all drug stores.
SPECIAL NOTICE.?Many persons
inquire for The Old-time Peruna. They ,
want the Peruna that their Fathers and ;
Mothers used to take. The old Peruna
is now called Katarno. If your dealer
does not keep it for sale write the Ka-1
tamo Company, Columbus, Ohio, and
they will tell you all about it.?Adver?
a Honduran, were overtaken by
Hlcaraguan government troops at
gomotaauw as they approached t%V>
Honduran border. Forty were killed
and many others. Including the leader,
were wounded. All gave up their
arms, und the entire movement wss
Minister Weitzel. In reporting the
affair to the State Department to-day,
said the refugees, who wsre bent upon
starting a revolution against Presi?
dent Bonillas's government In Hon?
duras, had fled from Loon when that
cUy was turned over to the American
forces The complete failure of the
movement against Honduras Is be
lleved not only to relieve the menace
of another revolution la that coun?
try, but to mark the end of distur?
bances In Nicaragua.
HOOD'S HOOD'S HOOD'S HOOD'S
A highly oorrcerrrtrated extract of
ROOTS, BARKS and HERBS
Cootaina not only Sanaparilla, but also those great ALTERATIVES. St3ting*ra
and Blue Rae. those great ANTI-BUJOU8 and LIVER reoMiies, Mandrake
and Daodolaon; those great KIDNEY remedies, Uva Ursi, Juniper Berries and
Pipasaaewa; those great STOMACH TON I OS, Geadan Root and Wild
Cherry Bark; and other voitrabie curative agents harmoniously combined.
TUe Taentkeae is rriprimnTsssiflsd far ittaesaet and aJkmenOn aaising from
an iaspore er ksr state of the Mead, snch as
nietwimrt Eczema Inttlgestiiwi ScraMa Boils, Uteers
oad or and and and
Sciatica Sstt lltesin Dyspepsia Catarrh Abscssses
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TO DISBUD HERE
Big Circus to Give Last Perform?
ance of Year in BirJmwnd
on November a.
After the fair, the circus. Hardly
before the echoes of the Virginia State
Fair bare died away, Rlngllng Bro?
thers' "Greatest Show on Earth" wUI
descend u;on Kichmond with fifty
clowns, hundreds of side shows, an
army of 1.100 performers and a menag?
erie of more than l.OOo beasts of the
Jungle. This mammoth circus, which
will make lie first appearance in Rich?
mond Oaluraay, November 2, will dis?
band for the winter alter its exhibi?
The properties of the circus, which
require lor their transportation live
special trains, will be snipped directly
from Richmond to the winter quarters
of the show in Wisconsin, while those
of the performers and camp followers
who do not follow the circus Into hiber?
nation wlU disperse to the four quar?
ters of the glabe.
The street parade, three miles la
length from end to end, promises to
offer one of the best free attractions
seen here for many months Nearly
1,200 people. 660 horses, forty elephants,
several hundred floats, open cages,
fairy art vans and band chariots ap?
pear In It. The feature of Klnglfng
B: others' shjw this year Is s gigantic
spectacle called "Joan of Are," In Which
a chorus of 100 dancing girls and <00
PUBUC SPEAKING DATES
The following appointments are aaaeaaesd j
from State Democratic hesssssrurs:
win, October 14.
Pearisburs, Octeber 2h
Heair C. assart.
I.uray. October 11.
Winchester. Octeber IS
Harrlsoaburr. Oetober 21.
eelrrille. Oetober 21
Rich Valley <barb*>cu?). October XL
Rcaneke. Ortober M (night).
Claade A. assesses
Wise. October 14.
Frederick County, October 14 sad aV
8hmandoah Countr. October It and Ik
Harriscnburs, October 21.
Rnckingham, Oetober 22 to 2*.
Psge County, October 22, IS and Sk
Clarke County, October 21 ana Xovember X. I
H D. Plead.
Assherst. Oetober 14.
Augusta. Oetober IT. 11 and 12.
Appomattox Oetober XL
Pisceatle, Oetober St
Buchanan. October St.
Staunten. October 22.
Warm Sprlnra. October 2S,
Mtllbera. Octeber 3?.
BiMaa Vista October a.
Reckbrldgv County. Hevessser 1 to i
a. Bersssnt rVweU.
Cfclneotesooe. October ?2.
Parkaler. October 2?.
Aubrey o. Weaver.
Harrlsonbiug. Octeber 21.
9. Gerden Blfcl?SS
Laneabars. October 14. ?
Boydton. October 21.
Pcwhataa. October 2t
Amberat. October 14.
B. I? Gerden, Jr.
Palmyra. October 22.
Palmyra. October a.
Dlllwyn. October St.
Arvonla. October St (atght).
Bonenburg. Oetober 14.
Boydton. Oetober XL
A enema ft. October XL
Bastvllle. October ?
Pleys, Octeber IS.
Heatheville. Oetober 14
Pearisburs. October 2k
Bland, October XX.
ABSs IX *e
Bowline Oreas. Oslsbss ta
Charles CSty County. October 27.
Bristol. Oetober 21 (sight*.
Marlon. October M (sight).
WytkevUle. Oetober 2f (alskt).
Bland. October It (1 P. htk
Pearlsburg. Octeber 2? (neon).
Pile seas Aane County. Oetober tk
Courtland. Octeber XL
Pan-meant Park. October XL
DUiwyn. Oatetei St
Arvsada, October SS (atght).
Csntsaary, Bsvssibus 2.
BSehard L. Beale.
Wsstniuislssd. Octeber SB.
BJchxnend Osaaty, Treyssnbsr A
IfimSse, Xevesahsr 2.
P. K . as
Minim nan temperature sp to S
I F. M . as
Mean temperature. **J
Normal tatst sis Ibis . St
sTsoiss la Ismpsiafis . M
Excess la temperature sines March
1 . IS
Aocnm. deficiency la temperature
since January 1 .41? '
Deficiency Is rainfall settee March
1 .2 St '
Accum- deficiency in rainfall since
^ January l ^ ? ? - - ? - - ? - ? - ?-?? ;
Temperstars. 7? I
Humidity._ TS I
Wind direction. AV I
1S> SUfT PUSS 191 IMPISH V ANT
(At ? F. M. Eastern standard Tissa)
Place. Ther. H. T. L. T. Weather.
Aebeviiie ... . '*
Atlantic City . ?t
Cslgarv . 50
Chariest on ... 7?
OetvestOB _ ??
Satteres . 72
Jacksosrvme . 7?
sTsssss City .. ed
Mostgossery . so
New Cites? . 7t
Maw Tag* .... TS
paitehessa .... ft
F^taSysrSfh ... S?
grot wp in? seat mm
hi fide spaee, eat
i fahret ?
6 Forks f
1 Sogar^befl lLtattvKatfe
$115? Yahae far
with yon. Not laid
at OU* price.
Sue Quality, on
9x12 Wool and Fibre An |W.
9x12 Seamless Bros- Aen qq
9x12 Cottage Drag- gj^j jjfj
on Mo Monday, $3*0
Net a home should he without
them; ail metal frame and hast Na?
tional sprlnrs and white felt seat
Price, $40.60 nj,
Do Justice to Your?
self and Visit Our
fly of aeeajni we eaery and the bmbIHi w ot
tnee yon are Chargen1 That's why wo nail
Oil ant Gee
Prove Riw ftr Uk CM Witter
? nsjMBBa aa ftWff w wl fstwej TmmWmrm VWaBaWMPJ
LACE CURTAINS AND
Onr store Is st Its heat, and wa aaa anode yea
priese ran will appreciate and csaxse ran to hoy
from thhi store.
WE GAN SAVE YOU MONET
ON LINOLEUM AND
4? sw?b DR0R0 STS.
HERE OR TUESDAY
Sijutbci u IIoiTir^Mtlan Medical
Aaaociation to Hare Large
The ???tan CT oraeepathte hTeStoai
aaaaaaajaaj ?n;i meet ta saaraal coe>
?enrioo at tre Jeflereos Ratal Aaahto?
ri aa* ssflnnisf ThiiIit eresssks; at
1 11 s'sfsc.h. It is oapiceo?, the* the
aaaBsaaBfg win brine; ??*? ?? etxty
Staat ssosuty members te shchsesssl
frees sjD ever the sooth. ssa-stbsr wttS
a sssssjsr of promtseat parsloiane frees
Northers ss4 Casters orttee The see- I
sloes catena tbross-h WessMSSes- sesf
Tlssisasj of fhts wyok.
The srlnrtpai fsstsrs ef the assess*?;
sessses Tsesaey rrtsjht win be sa m*
?rosa ss ~Wsst Is Reese >pethyr* Vy
Dr. BVeysl s. Oepe's-nd, of Sew Tors.
De. Obveiasd en be sriosiia by Raysi
Alsafls. who erOl esresei s er i In sie sa
behalf ef the etty. stef Or T E. Fwa.
at abases fie.. srestsese ef the sestf
ma* mm ? ?liainhUi rtae erar che amVy
on ?ninnmj. Dr. W. B. Uerrata? im
?im?, ml? il my Dr. Hvn> B. Baker
Tmm BiBtiii HonMMKwUlc Meflcal
tmrttU? ts m orraolzatton reeraft
tmmy Um BBBBBBBBBJ ftraea an ?wn
?MBit Ihjlilnaa in tmm huethern
BBBBBj wh**h fa thta taetasre extend
m far aaaTJi aa BMBBBBBi aa? Mta- i
eeant. Dr. T. E. Ree*. aC Bau By rhu
kB pnHia! Dr. A. K. ?AM, mt 8L
Laota. ?rat tmm liwMt; Dr. W. SV
TlcfTpraaMant: Dr. Ln BMSwJBB. S#
Lara tarn Ue. Ky. iwiUlT, ?Mi Dr. K.
Warren Johnson, )f KanxeOte. TwStw
R.jrMrs Pr. Cjpolana1. of Jtoar Torfe?
vhe w? ?peak as Toeaday aia**, tk*
li*t ?f v.*uora ?IM include Dr. H. Bw
Srbeack. of Brooklyn and Dr. X %\
Qr^-Curtta. of Waetotn*te.