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Jil..n3!l Nort' Va. JOHN niTCMELL. JR , - EDITOW ? r? Intended for po' : should Im* ???nt so s? to reach oa by Wwlnnday. TEKX8 G? ADVA?CB ???, ? ? month?, .a) > ? . ? ADVEKTiatNO RATB?. . <>n* insertion, - I J50 ??rh hu1>? ? l ??????? nt Notion* j? : : HAN TV ? t. ' ? ? ay, yon rY ? > ' ? - G ?_ BATI Kl) \> -Il M KO H 1 the ordination to the ' from ? all of ! i nt tO ? : fro!): no v>. r the ? " ? Of ? machine Ing its work and oft ' iros as are an. The agitation win and in the rnean i ? sanctimonious mourneri ? ontinue to do evil that good may come. THI. HI. MM: ?G THE DEMOCRAT g? I'.VltJ \ The action of aererai state Dem cH-ratic Conventions in endorsins Has William J. Br>:?r Pre?-j us to lould will be a ! any ?. es to nig^i 1 lu ? ? ? ? ? ? ? slWini; PORAKI ?: WH III- \ ???????? I I I r cont. Pesato, salt? ol Iron. I and Iron are b? healthy action of the H ??.; i?inrya. Celery for rbeu. alarla. It Is o?r: th? blood ami beautii Beets and tur rlfj the blood and imp: Lettucn for tlrc? . Parsley, siaatard, eovvsMp, horae radlah, dock, dfu. topt ck-ar tthe b: *> pyntem and remo- . feel? ing ao peculiar to spring. Of < ?ui; o you b? | ?aylns;, Tavere's no place like home'?" ' Thai depends." "Depeaas upon what "," un who?? ou are refer? ring to!"?Judge. N??t the l/K.knl-l or It<-ply. Departing Guest ?after paying his bill, sarcastically) ?I sincerely hope your conscience won't trouble you! Hotel Proprietor (blandly)?Don't worry, sir; we don't care how you got the money!?Tlt-Blta. PRESIDENT SENDS NEW BEEF REPORT ?dlls of sBSftTauaaBBl in Chicago 1 nts. BATS HOU BUST BE DUNE ?f the a king t. li ? ? .:? up, ? ' ? ' ? - : ? '? a ? ? ? hu ? t' the bu? nt mal ini ' t iun of m<'at mat not only upon ' ? ?ray perma? nenti?. : end mi are by law the thorough which I ha\ PACKERS TOOK REBATES Kansas Jury Convicts Four of the Large Concern?. Kansas, i'lfv. Jui Co . : ? Co. and Kin? con. .ty in thi ?latrici court .tin? con Chicago, l?urlinK law Is a flnr only, and not a ] The specific cas* which I? practically i ore is thai charging Cudahy ? with a< eeptlng io?? noun?! Heu Tori ? p. ? on fil?? with the luterai I .? K'llpd by a Thrown Ball. Shsi hall > I ball skull aa he v. :?. Schooner Wrecked: Two Drowned. Kuroka. Cal.. ,)un? II While cross? ing Humboldt l>ar the gasoline s< . er Corta) r Cogge+ihall. managing owner, took aboard a huge sfa. and was wrecked. Andrew Car? ry, a student at the Baiameli California, and Ole Carlson, a sailor, were drowned The others on board managed to swim ashore. Th? rinthian was bound from Eureka to Sen Francisca 7-YEAR-OLD BOY KIDNAPPED Called From School and Carried Off By Unknown Man. adHphla. Jim -I?.! fr?im ISSI room by it.?? start?nK an ment that 1.; had been' sd that rhe was ssrieaatT W In a ,? Muta, a 7 ? o an I ttnknov ? ? have a gcsersl y. no has b*?en foand ? 1? lb?? ios <>f Charles M nth. a wealthy living at th" <as"" a man ? Tb?1 note the child ? whorp ?targe d hp That was ? ime fr?>i? ?I. a search was made for him. - ? ha?l been kldna The mes? st a man ?>t? seen "in - last ? It w 1 th * : ? torse?] TUCKER PAYS THE PENALTY Murderer of Mat'' Page Dies Protest? ing H;? I ? noe? ' ? f the eh he '? tee u my In ? ai : i.tlr?'ly "Ti ' think I? ? "I am so a leer par m ni} can ha; .' ANOTHER STAY FOR PATRICK Granted b\ Justice Day, of United St.v Supreme Court. th?? I grant? wrii an ? tlon ? ri ar?? For Hazers. ? 'I and !\:tar of Fire. ' loan ? ? The nd the ? Wai 105 Years Old. Wei . annv Anni . ? early : the < OSatl > il? r old ?did ??* .?tin Hvtag si thfl a??* of ad f?8 grand ehlldrea $500 Tor Conscience Fund. W ? .luno 1_' Rhaw hat rseslvad from itmiwn persoa in sn envelop?? pont mai;? 111., a < trlbution < ! $500. Struck and Killed By Flying Auto! Philadelphia. Jun? <-ph Oakes, ag<*d 18 years, a son of Rev. Arthur - a prominent BMwShar of t ho Methodist Kpisoopal fears a, was run down and killed by an automobile on the sataklrts of tho efty. The young man with several ?ompanions was CTOsaiug a road when he was strack by the rapidly moving machine. The chauffeur was arrested. DELAWARE ELECTS DUPONT SENATOR addicks Defeated at End of Long and Hitter F.ght. G?? VOTE IN BOTH HOUSES Will rune 11 ? The Deia.v d Colonel ates sena astltutsonal term. ?il was luttuous. as tbs I ? ??tanks, and all the Republican ? save one ?am soil ank*. ? nais ? snd eruly? . atlon I am ? ? and thf ? ? ao and I t - . ? am was read ELEVEN MEN BLOWN TO PIECES prljhtful Explosion of Dynamite Plant Near Pequea. Pa. I : eren men ?ere Rilled and ? half ? ten, along the s The accl : llde and appalling in ?. inty. ally bios ?.-njamin Oobhardt. - Rie? Ulne Par . .. ?hn Host man. atei 17; an unknown roan; two men, unknown, residents of York The cause of the explosion is un? known ;tinns had Just started to driv.? from the placo wjlth a load Of dynamite, whpn the plant blew up with a detonation that was l ay. igh of any one body r-otild ?sh Identity. Piece ere found the neighbor? hood ?? discov? ered ? or of their team. Tb. up in soap ??'???. MURDER OVER BALL GAME Two Negroes Shoot and Kill White Man and Wound Umpire. Do\ 11. -Luther How ell was shot through the heart and Instantly killed at Frederica, Del., and G w. Pa marnai, of Philadelphia, a baseball umpire, shot In the shoul? der and seriously Injured, as the re? sult of a baseball game. The shoot? ing was don?? by Juniper 1 tens?n and Duck Causland. both negroes. Tbs two nearoen escaped, but were subse q*tertly captured and lodged in the jail in this city. The shooting was the outcome of a quarrel over a ball gama between the Frederics and Felton teams. The malt?n aupumtnrn, including the two Si Been, plsced tbs blame for the loss of the gams on the umpire, and wh?n BesssUSj and Causland saw Cameron they started to assault blm. How. il areni le his assistance and reeeiv ? I i of through the heart. fired again, and Can ? ell wit!) a bullet in his should ? inst the eolore Hawkins in! i' W? ? | ? Coal! Coal! Coal! ALL KINDS OF THE VERY BEST ANTHRACITE COAL IN STOVE, EGG and NUT SIZES. SPLINT COAL: LUMP and HAIL SIZES. All of our product whether purchased by the Bushel or by the Ton carefully screened before leaving our yards. Good Seasoned Wood. LI) AT THE LOWEST PREVAILING PRICES. SATISF \CTIOM GUARANTEED. 'Phone Ua Your Orders, if 3-011 haven't the time to send them. A call on Long Distance 'Phone 83 wn^ re" ceivc prompt attenti Now is the time to place your WINTER ORDERS. CRU?1P & WEST Coal Co , YARD S?th and Cary Streets, ! and \ 6th and Clay Sts., Richmond, Va. CASSATT GOT NO PRESENTS President of Pennsylvania R. R An? swtrs Questions of Probere. OWNS NO COAL MINE STOCK adelphla. June 11.?The special commi | the directors ? I company ? ?c?e of diiirlsn ?Uv made against the company A. J. CSSM In hie R' Hr. Cassatt says he does jantes that ship thell ad H? further says that ? lining pi In 1890 he p??? ' >n Of with f rare or fur also says he j . any gilt? or bonus of IS from any ?opera In ? : > th?? -issntt saya: ? oheerve that th?? only coal i??l by me sine?? beaming president of tl.? .vanta Railroad share* of th? Coal . v. which has I?? . bal in \ ? St re? peated rumor? of my brina a holder of stock Oosl and Ceke pois pa ? Mia isd the Henrietta Coal ind of my betna Ini 1 think It proper to state that I | had any interest in th* sKxka of the Key*? -uy or of tl. company, nor ti?l any Interest in th?' firm of l'amiti a ? ver owned aarwin?VWhlb ' ? nia Railroad company, either durili ri with the ?onipany. which frmin.i on of th In th?j fall < presi? dent in lei**.?, bat wheat, in lev Charle? J. IWrwlnd, th? 'ad of the partnership of Berwind. White & d the pre ? laeVWhfu Coal tapes*/, to tak?> over the business of that firm. 1 pimha>? shares of the stock of the ?ompar.y and paid for it at the then market price, which wa*> 2? per cent, of its par value. I sold this stock in 1S?1. You will observe that It was purchased four years after I ?eaaed to be an ?>'!. the company and was sold eight year? elected to th? presidency. ST had any latSSSSl in the part ? Of Herwund. White a Co. ? A. J. CASSATT.*? A FAVORED COAL COMPANY Receives Seven Cents Per Ton From P. R. R. For Handling Cars On Pier. n&sdelphls, Jaae 11 The Bar wind -Whit?? <\>nl atlalag Company retate t? when it re? ? tlons of railroads to ?^oal and oil in? ibly the m?.'8t Imp? tght out was that the coal company is al. ?nts a ton by the ra ? ?y for handling its cars on the Harslmus pier. '1'hia sum allowance gives the c?>al SOm shoal $ ? T.??uo a month for thai The work is performed, how railroad crews, with railroad tieni??? of the monthly hill ll? over -" VOTED ON CONSOLIDATION Pittsburg Favors It. But Allegheny Opposes Proposition. Pltlsharc, Pa? Jeas is. while the ? majority of erar U. h with Into a Ore?;.? 1'iits berg, and rejected th? with a ma? jority of Sbost sa Sf th* wards In ? of Allegheny re? turned a majority in favor of the move? ment, while almost every ward in ? ? hie was a spe? cial election on the ?-nusol ?dation act authoriz??-: nrs, and !' wsa hoped would fettle for all time the question thi?I has been agitated in hot h ?lues. While a majority is re? turned in fever of consolidation, how? ever, the election is not the end Allegheny having expressed its Q?r lation. the matter ip to the supreme Monality of the law. ..Id Curtail Speaker's Power. .. presents - i gi?. chairman of the I nal csmpaign ?.solution In the I it the rulos com? mittee shall members, to ? id not more than ?? of them from any one political not to b?? a member ?nmfttne I all of the standing com jkfr to ap ?vnd confer m It tees. Alfred Benson Succeeds Burton. Kan . Jun.? '. ', W. WH.-, off ?red the senator n, said that will ally inform Governor Hoob of his Menson will then start for Wa?? hingt SOLDIERS GUARD NIGRO Organized Mob Vows to Lynch AL leged Assailant of White Women. June 18 -wniiaen Lee. a : be was arrested at Cana t'haile ? lem of having asaaait BUUr Kingston. MS . ua Sunday night. Il In th?> county )all at lie, Vs., under the protection of ? ;tnent of the limi Vir? ginia reglt which ly?e Is hHd was oammltted ou t liarnes ana Miss Fran .1, her cousin, as from enuresi Thalr assailant escaped in the direction of ral alarm was it for his capture. The Caps Charles authorities picked up Lee ou . notified the Maryland au news of Lee's cap? ture reached Somerset county, In which Kingston is located, ? party of 26 was organ., ?or Cape Charlea, with ? .e of lynching Lee if he was id. untied as the as? sailant. two women, accompanied by At H J W met coun? ty. Md.. arrive.: > for the pur it the autaor itlee ? ' ''/mo women . Norl bam pton au? thorities fear that if the women should . moli. win. h has gatb from all a I the pan insula, might rush through the troops and attempt to gain an entrance to the Jail. Later the primmer was tak? en Norfolk for safe keeping. NEGRO NEARLY LYNCHED Almost Beaten and Shot to Death By Mob For Murderous Assault. Pocomoke City, Md.. June IS.?Nad Watson, colored, was, while in the hands of the authorities, !>?aten and shot almost to death hy a mob. Dur? ing the aft.nioon he had inurderoua ly assault Samuel S. Rarno - reek, Somerset . va itti a sii:. iracturlng his skull The assault is said to have ipnte uNuit wages, and was witnessed by the victim's little son. ?1?? nuejro made his escape, but bam, and a mob. in an lally ugly mood because of a ruinai assault by a negro upon two white women in this coun rled to take him from the offl ivnrh him, but only eucceud tmg and boating him nearly I to dentb before be eouM be hustled to the safety of the jail. Raise For Washington Teachers. War Line 11?The senat? a bili Increasing th?? salaries of t. ;u hen in Washington. It makes an Increase? nf about 14 per cent nn.l recognizes the school sys? tem A school board of nine members is provided for. and It in required that rare? of them shall be women. Three Cases of Yellow Fever. New Of im ??. June 12 The fact thst three cas? iiave been under quarantine fur the paat two days at Ship Islaud, a government quaran atlon in the (Juif Of Mexico about midway between the mouth cf th?? Mis? sissippi river and Mobile. Ala. was made pu bin by im 0 H ?ron, presi? dent of the Ixiuislana board of health. Four Children Burned te Death. Ottawa. Out., June 18.?At Klllaloe. 94 miles west of here, four sons of Daniel Dixon were burned to death in a fire which destroyed their home. Tbs boys ranged In age from 12 te 1 years Mrs. Dickson and Irosa, enne 4 years, escaped.