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Clinch Valley News.
VOL.LV. TAZEWELL, VA., FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1899.
G IV?S TRUSTS
Col. WetmoreWho Has
Devoted Himself to
He Declares That the People
Will Favor the Party Oppos?
ing Combines ? The West
and South, He Says, Are
Hotbeds of Anti-Trust Sen?
timent, Which is Growing.
N. V. World.]
The man who is going to devote
the rest of his life and his large
fortune to fighting trusts is in New
York. He is at present simply Col.
M. C Wetmore, of St. Louis, but up
to a short time ago he was the Pres?
ident of the great Liggett At Myers
This concern was Col. Wetmore's
pet and pride He had been con
nected with it for nearly a quarter
pf a century, and uuder its presiden?
cy it had the reputation of being the
biggest money maker in the tobacco
When the new Tobacco Trust was
being formed the Colonel stoutly
refused all overtures to outer tbe ?
combine. He did not have a con
trolling interest in his company,
however, and he was startled one
? day to be told tLat the trust had
secured enough stock to vote his
company into the trust*
The Colonel stormed, but it was
of no avail, and he saw his plant
swallowed up. Then Col Wetmore
made tliis statement,and he repeated
it to a World reporter last night at
tbe Waldorf Astoria:
DECLARES WAII ON TIUTSTS.
*I am going to devoto the rest of
my life and my fortune to lighting
"I am receiving hundreds of let
ttr* endorsing my course every day"
said he. ''I shall keep up the tight
as long as there is any light in me
but I think it will be all over inside
of two years. The next Presidential
campaign will he fought on the
trust issue, and on that the Demo:
crats will win. Why the whole west
and south are hotbeds of auti trust
"The Democrats, with a strong
plank of this platform will sweep
every state west of Pennsylvania.
"The farmer is feeling the iron
heel of the trust every day. Every
he needs to build his house or barn
with has been advanced in price
from 25 to 250 per cent- His laud
isn't worth any more, though.
'T am a Democrat, and although
my party will not forsake silver iu
the tariff the anti trust idea will
overshadow everything else,
THKT DEPRIVE MEN OF WOBK.
"The trusts are forcing men out of
work every day, Why, my own
company, since it has gone into the
trust, has discharged- four high
priced salesmen, besides a number
of cheaper men. Prices will go up
as soon *as the combination is effected
and on the other hand, the grower
of leaf tobacco will have to take less
for-hit) crop because a single buyer
will fix the price.
"Another thing that will lead to
Democratic succ?s is this Philippine
business. We paid $20,000,000 and
bought nothing but a war. McKin?
ley blundered and he will have to
pay for it.
?'The thousands of lettaaa I have
received are not from Democrats
alone. A large percentage are from
Republican.*, and the writers say
they are going to vote fsr the partv
that will down the trusts.
"You in the east do not realize
how strong this sentiment is in
other parts of the country. It meant
a that Bryan will be the next Presi?
DRUMMERS WAR ON TRUSTS.
Commercial Travelers Pass
Strong K< solutions.
Albany, June 30.?The anuual
mooting of the National Leage of
Commercial Travelers met here today.
In -his opening address President
Dowe said that he had reliable in.
formation that 35-000 commercial
travelers had beer* thrown out of
work through trusts and that 25,000
more had had their salaries reduced.
Tin- committee on Resolutions
report?"! ?Im? f 1 v. ing resolution?,
wiiici? a iiu?l?,t i n'ter protracted
Resolved, T?at we commend most
heartily the werk of tbe President
of tbe Commercial Travelers Nation?
al League in all of its labors in be
half of the Commercial Travelers:
and especially in rela ion to trusts.
Resolved, That we, the Commer?
cial Travelers' Natioual League, in
convention assembled, deplore the
organitation of trusts, the centrali
zation of capital and the curtailment
of individual possibilities asa specie?
of speculative conspiracy and ?
menace especially to the employment
of commercial travelers.
President P. E. Dowe was re elec?
ted and ihstructed to confer with
Attorney-Gener? Davis on the en?
forcement of Senator Donnelly'?
anti-trust law, which was passed b\
the last Legislature.
Killed Mother and Sister.
Ath? us. Ala, Jnlg I.?A thirteen
year old boy named Thomas, living
on a farm ?-everal miles in the inte
rior, last night stabbed and killed
his oldest sister, who had ?juaYiu lied
with him for not helping support
the family. The boy then turned
on his aged mother, who had come
to her daughters assistance, and
slashed her so terribly that she died
in a short time.
A few months ago the boy and
his father were out hunting when
the latter wars shot in the back and
killed. The boy was suspected of
j killing his father, but no conclusiva
evidence could be securee. Young
Thomas fled and has so far eluded
I MURDER IN SECOND DEGREE
Six "White Men Convicted of
Lynching in Patrick.
Richmond, Va., July 1?In the
County Court of Patrick Couuty
today, 0. J. Thompson, L. D. Mc?
Millan, Mani8on Montgomery, Jr.,
II. Montgomery, Robert Montgom?
er\' and W. M. Branch, all white,
were convicted of murder in the
second degree in lynching Lee Puck
et, white, for attempted criminal
assault on a young lady.
Pucket was a discharged lunatic.
Thompson was given six and the
others five years each in tbe peniten?
tiary. Tha jury were out only thirty
This is said to be the first case o?
its kind in Virginia.
MR. BARR RESIGNS
As General Manager ot the Nor?
folk ?fe Western Bailway.
Roanoke, Va., July 1.?J. M.Barr,
vice president and general manager
of tne Norfolk & Western Railway
Company, has tendered his resigna
tion to take effect July 15. Mr.
Barr will, accept a position with a
western road, the name of which he
declined to make public at present.
L. E. Johnton, general superinten
dent of the Norfolk & Western, will
succeed Mr. Barr a? vice president
and General manager.
Justice Cox Resigns.
Washington, July. 3.?Judge S.
Cox. justce of the Supremo Court of
the District of Columbia, to day
tendered his resignation to the
President. Jutice Cox has been
on the bench for more than twenty
years, and his determination to re?
sign was prompted by his age, which
exceeds 72 years.
He presided at Wie trial of Guitaeu,
the assassin of President Garfteld.
GEN. WALKER '
The Takingof Testimony
At Bristol Tuesday in tin-Cor?
poration Court of Bristo1,
Vn.?W ?tmeses Bzamined.
Bristol, Tfiin., July 3.??The case
of the Co'i.munwealthH against Con.
grei-siiinii .I-iiii-s A. Walker, of the
Ninth district, on a charge of ??hoot?
ing with intent to kill, was called in
the Corporation Coui t of Bristol Va.,
this morning. Both sides being
ready, a jury to try the case was
promptly emponeled, beiug selected
from a venirie of twenty five sub
stantial citizens of Montgomery
county, .vho were brought her?
from without ?this jurishdictioc
upon an order entered by Judge
Stuart at the Jnue term of the
There are no changes in the coun?
sel on either side. The array is the
same as was published last month,
and includes some of the ablest law?
yers in this end of the Common?
Three witnesses were examined
this afternoon. W. H. Price, the
first witness, testified that he wa?
acting notary duiing the taking of
depositions in the Walker Rhea
Congressional coutest, and was
present the night the shooting took
place. General Walker had appai1
ently taken offense at a jesting re?
mark made by a wit nese*, and re
marked that anybody could be a fool
sometimes. Attorney W. S. Ilamil
ton asked il the general's remark
was intended for Lim, inasmuch as
he was amused at what the witness
said. Short words followed, but
quite was soon restored, and ' Mr.
Price suggested that the work
should proceed in order or an ad
journment would betaken. General
Walker remarked that he was willing
to proceed if sober counsel could be
had. lie said also that this was
meant for Mr. Hamilton, and that he
was tired of trying to do business
with a d?d druuked sot as counsel.
Mr, Hamdton called General Walker
a d?d liar, whereupon the general
drew his revolver and fired, the ball
entering Mr. Hamilton's body above
The confusion was so great that
the witness failed to see who shot
General Walker, bat heard two
The other two witnesses examined
t'j day were present when the
shooting occurred and corroborated
in the main what was related by Mr.
Judge Stuart adjourned court
until 9 o'clock tomorrow morning, at
which time the witnesses will pro?
ceed. The trial will probably last
nntil Friday of last week.
Hardware Prices Higher.
(Now York World)
Chicago, June, 30,?Almost every j
article into which steel and iron en
ter to any considerable degree will
be higher in price after July 1. Pig
iron is a little higher. Manufactur
era of bars have marked up quota?
tions $1 per ton. All kinds of mer
chant steel have gone up.
Plates are scarce, Mills cannot
! ship and stocks from store are con
I stantly broken. This week the ad
i vanee is $4 to $5 per ton.
There is expectation that nails
and wire will again adyance.
Mr. T. E. George, Clerk, issued
marriage license this week to three
parties?one white and two colored
viz: Wallace Hairston and Miss
Anna Mans. Win. Brown, and
Miss Cosby Brown co lored
of Pocahontas,. and Mr. W. J
rockctt and Miss Resella Neal
white, of Tazewel).
Big Industry for Saltvllle.
The Bristol News: The United
States Plate Glass Company, w? are
reliablv informe?!, has ab??nt von
??lu.U'il ?n ia!ig??uient? for tin? putr
chas?' 1*4 tin* mathusoli Alkali W ? tkfl
at Saltvllle. Va. Dur information
also stat?*s that the purchasers will
build a million and a half ?lollar
plant for the manufacture t)f Anitt
ican plate glass.
The soda ash, which is iiiaile by
the pH'sent ??lau*, is a carbonate of
soda, and llu? latter is largely u-?*d
in the manufacture of plate glass,
also in imiking soup, cW,
The luiled States i'late Ulusa
Company will continue the manufac?
ture of salt, but this will be the
secondary and not tbe primo product
of this big concern. The glass
making business will be the chief
industry of this mammoth concern,
using, as stated above, the soda ash
product of the Alkali works, and
also the excelleut quality glass pro
duceing sand which abounds tin re.
The present plant covers more
than fifty acres, aud the new glass
plant to he erected will occupy fully I
as much or more space. The im?
mensity of this concern will thus bo
seen. Thousands of .Mechanics will
bo employed and vast quant Hies of
raw material consumed.
The Murder of Ceo. Ratllft.
W? hSft Kath?red a few additional
particulars of tho sail killing 0.
Rat'ifT. iiiur Swords Crook, hist -?.<?< k.
an account of which we publish??*! in
It seems that there arete six men,
three broth? ru naincil St row -, and thr??e
brothers named? Urown. It is said that
Wm. ?Ho? Brad the fatal shot, thouidi
all six mere shooting at ItallilT. The
wi-apon was a double-ban? led shot
gun. loaded with rille bullet??, and that
thirteen bullets struck Bailiff. No ar
reets have be* n mad?*. It is reported
fnai Strow says that when he iroos out
of the mountain it w ill Ik? in the -.ame
manner as KatlitT went out. The burial
of Kutliff wa? conducted by tho Ma-onic
fjo?mje, of m hieb he was ? w??rth*> mem?
ber, at Hichlanbs last Friday. His deatli
east a jjdoomofer the entire community,
STATE SENATOR KILLED:
Mr. Flannlgan Shot By W. G.
Richmond, Va.. June 3.??State
Senator William Flanuigati, who
was also Commonwealth's attorney
for l'owhatan county, was shot and
killed at Powhataii Courthouse to
day by W. G. Pilkiuton.
The shooting was the outcome ot
a (juarrel over the recent canvass
for the election of United States
Senators by the direct vote.?Lynch
burg News July 4. ?
Epworth League Via Norfolk <fe
"Western Railway To
Indianapolis, Ind. and Return?One
fare for the Round Trip from al
points. Tickets on sale July 18th,
and 19th, good till July 26th and by
depositing ticket with Joint Agent
at Indianapolis, can be extended to
August 20th, 1899. The Norfolk &
Western Railway has befen selected
as the OFFICIAL ROUTE, and a
special train of Vestibule?! Coaches
and Pullman Sleepers will start from
| Norfolk 10:00 a. m. July 19tb, going
through without change arriving;
Indianapolis next day, Noon. The
schedule is most convenient and all
parties from Virginia. North Car
olina and East Tennessee can take
advantage of the Through Service
as arranged by the transportation
Committee. A four page circular
giving schedule and full information
will be mailed to any address upon
request to the Special Committee or
to any Agent Norfolk and Western
W. B. Bevill,
(?en. Passenger Agent
- ???> -
I have had three applications for hous?
es this week, which I could not fill.
Have you a vacant house to rent? Let
me know. J. A. Leslie.
IN THE COUNTY
What the People are
The K< ?vnt Rain. Which Was
Much Needed Helped the
Wheat harvest is about over and
is fairly good in this nci?.t.hhorho:>?l.
Evangelist W. K. Shinall's lecture
"Life in Hi?? I > ok" was well utti>tid??d
aud some thiug over ten dollars wtM
Sprinvillo choir is now learning
some? new music umler its very effi?
cient leader, F. S. Wallace.
Uev. (J. W. H ariosa started on a
preaching tour through the counties
Of Franklin, lMttsylvania and lbnrv
aud will be absent fro.n homo until
some time in August.
Mrs. J. H. Gillespie, of Pembroke
Giles Co., Va, ia visiting relatives
and friends and will remain severa
days in this neighborhood.
Messrs. Harman and Cjoel-ott were
in this neighborhood last, week gath
ering up lambs, for which they are
paying .satisfactory prieta
Th? l'rosideut of Springvillo Ma
trimoni.il Bureau informs me that
bi has had but one applicant so far
and it seems as if tin? business was
going to bo dull. We will ia|
to the two old bachelors on libio
stone to apply at once, either by
letter or pei aonally.
What has b.-.-omu of Uattleln-ad,
the Tool Branch correspondent? I
fear he has rattled out all be has in
his head and cannot titid anything
Re?, ?J H (?illespiu will pi ein h
the funeral of Mrs .John Haiubi i<*k,
next Su inlay. A largo crowd is
expected to bo prescut at that time
G. T. Faulkner and wifo aro v?h?
ting J. Mushy Davis at this tun:
ami will remain some days.
Mis. William Bailey, whose
sicklies? we mentioned some time
ago, still continues quito sick.
Wo wer? glad to have A lloun
shell, of Wright's Valley ??ver on 'ant
?Sunday to assist in the singing.
On last week the town was very
much distui bed by tramps and loot
era, Guards were placed around the
town in numerous places.
The District Couforenco of the
M. E. Church will be held at this
placo beginning July (?th. Many
preachers and delegates aro ex?
Rev. W. M. Minier of Pocahontas j
preached in the Presbyterian
Church Sunday a. m. and also at
night. On Tuesday night a lecture
will be given in that church by Bro.
Shinall, the blind evangelist.
Mrs. E. L. Shuftiebarger, who has
been in ill health for sometime Las
returned from a visit to her Uncle
Wm. W- Ransom and grandfather
John W. Johnson. Country air is
bringing the color to h< r cheeks
Miss Edna Tbaor hua been visiting
the family of W. E Shufneb.?rg< i.
An i?*e cream supper was given
Saturday night by the Graham
Lodge, proceeds were for the ben?
efit of the Orphans Home at Rich
moud. Many wer? present. The
raspberries, ice cream, sherbet and
oak es wero enjoyed by ail.
Miss Maggie Dudley of Falls Mills
i was the guest of her cousin Mrs. W.
E. ShuhMebarger on Monday night.
Mrs. Moore, the aged mother of
Mrs. Hamilton has been quite sick,
but is much better at present.
Mr. Ilfiir.y VYickuiu, ?>f rinliidi-l|?liia,
foriin-r l'r?'*i<l??nt. of tli?? Soti(liw??.-t Vu
Ini|>roveiiieiit Co.. lia,-? lr???n m town sinn?
Saturday lust. Tu?- l'o.?i!ioiitas prop)?
remember with ?xi**;il |>i.-.i.-?iar?* llu? ail
iniiiistration of Mr. W cklinin, inor?
e?IM-ciaTl.v tli*- old ?-iiiploy<-?**M hy wIhmi
Mr. Wiekani was lii'l?! in Mf?*l ?si.?in
Mr. lin ?s. II. Wiekam. Of **? i rumia fit \.
and bi??tlier o? llie ?ientlem? n ?ilion?* re
i-efernHl to. luis h????n m town able
with his brut lier, and incident ally he ama
tut'ii takiiii? i lew str?ills witli tin- fail
sex, l'or w liii-h "Tom" is famous.
Miss Dills, of l'earisbin-ji an?! Miss
llarniau, of HIm^toue, an- visiting at
Mrs. .1. 1.. Haher'n.
H"\?. ?*-*. ?T, Moore. pastor of tho 1'ivs
by terian i luiieh, mem ret linn d from u
trip to liis luune in North Carolina mid
tilled his ap|i'unlinent lui??* Suudu\
Itev. I*. J. .Ion ? otthe I'aptist
Chareh i?rrjolcittg over the birth of a
tille ?11 I at liis home.
I'ln- Fourth w MS a duly eel? hinted II!
I'oc.'ihoiitns si \ I. Inn? Tu?.s.In \, and tin
at hiulauce was ?piitu Ihi'kv. I'ln* pro
?j-rain was very nearly carried out, tin
sack race lieini* lc,t out. Tin- ?\ercisei
wer?* iiit?*i-?slinv; and t In* ?niWd s>*eine?
to he well I'lilertnined. I'ln* sp? ?t*li 1?;
l>r. John Hess was shorted ?m .-.??.?. >un
of a throat trouble, from which tin? lb
was lottering. His ?peeoh was ?*ii'i
wdill?? it hifU'tl, ami lie promised that i
thecrowd \\ ? ml?l conn- on! n?\l \<n
he would try ami tell then? .v lull
the great duties of American cit f/eiishi
towards tin- memory of ?-oloiiial ?la.?*
ami th?' pcrp.limtion o? tin- priacipli
under which th?? Anniicnn people gainc
Iheir ft?et>ilom. The day passed i
pleasantly and without ? dis! urbain??-.
POI \|)I\(J MILL
No ?loiibt our In?'?'/.} editor and
niany IiioihIm think this par! o? Mn?
moral vinyard asleep, 1ml \v<* bnve
mils been visiting, eating good
dinners, attending ?hiin-li and
having a piensan! time in g??m'i*il,
ue .suppose otlu'l- (''il'lcs|KHii|i'lils
an? engSged in t he saun? "win U" ??
11* see Ml y low ilein* ally llioi?*.
Woks u>. ami let us hear from you
Bo? \v?*.it li?r ami lazy folkl luv?'
lallen oat, yoar irriter being a
Miss Maggie Sjuirk.*. I.'i? lilaml
if visiting i??luli\e.s in our lown
.Miss Sparks is |ilsl fr.uii the
Institution of Deaf, Dumb, an?
Blind. ?Stauntoii, ami can i?-ii aw a?
I In* cloeiil iOO nu'dal. SisO pi i
Untie & Greek. Tnislstha thin
year tliat she. has carried awnj
medals ami pri/es making 111 ??
?even in all.
Mis.-iCallie IfeGaire ami BfOtbe
.lamessjient a f< \v ?lays recent!'
witi.' their sister bere, oo her i?*
tare Irom Martha WssblngtOI
.Mrs. diiluM Williams ami daughter
Miss Ue\gg\e are. \,siting relatives
.Mr. .1. Manon .Mc?iiiiie, ('??dar
Blitir, visited bis step daughter,
.Mrs. W. B. ?SI er le today.
Miss I va Sparks ichniird last
w.ek from a|twowneks visit to her
aunt.- visit Mis.Kllis at Big ?Stone
Miss Nat tu? (it i Hit h and grand
falber, Squire, II. F. Hunt drove
from Blurlirld la-st wrek. Miss
II at tie sa.?, s her month sprnt in
Bluelicld was excredingly pleasant.
Death of J. Oonway Smith.
jt is a painful duty to nave to
snnoanoe the death of Jam? -
Con way Smith, editor Of The News
Review, which .sad event oeOOrred
at the residsnos <?f bis parents, in
this citv, about ten oYlock on Sat?
urday night last, in his 27th year.
Mr. Smith's health lia?! been .-?une
what on t ho doeline for several
months post-, caused to some extent
no doubt, by over work, but h?' was
sustained by his indomitable
euergy mi til a eoopls of weeks ag??,
when he was ooofined to his ?nil,
but his illness was not deemed to
be of a serious nature until! Mon?
day or Tuesday,when his symptoms
suddenly grew worse, his dlseOSU
assi tning tho form of typhoid
bver, and it la-came apparent that
the end was rapidly approaching
His last moments wen? calm, p<*a?'?,'
ful aud painless. In his death
The News-Review sustains ji
serious loss.?News-Review. July 1
Positively no riding, <b iving,hunt
ing. or tn si-passing of any kim
allowed on my lands.
C H. P. i
[Mayfly. Kelly, Va.
Killing One Man In?
And Wounding Two Oth-an
Seiiooalj Some r.itticulars
of llu- Drploial.ir AlVair.
On Tuesday afternoon a loco?
motive, pulling a heavy trr,in up
tin? beavjr giade ?between Wittani
Mills and Tip Top, got out of
-team, and stopped near a bridge
tOgel up a in ressary head ol .strain.
It is said that thr rngitic cxploilod
almost immediately upon stopping.
The engine* was torn to pieces,
t). T. Owens a braketnan, ?vho was
on thr leader wai hurled into the
an, and blown a long distaiirr
away, and instantly killed,
Bngineer J. l>, IfoOolgan and B?
N. Kllwrt, fireman, realized that an
a.ri.lrnt was itiimi urn!, jumped.
bol Were Irai fully scahlrd and
braifed. The aooaded nea worn
I taken to Bluriield. Little or bo
bope ll ?ntertainrd of th*'
engiaeen reeofOfy. All of the
linn w.i?' unmarried, and lived in
Yollow Fovor In Cuba.
Washington, .inly 5.?Bargeon
Qeueral Bternberg h.is received
tin? follow mg Cftbl.i from Map??
O'Reill, ?'biet surgeon si Havane?.
giving the yi'lhiw lever situation:
"Harvard [ehief sargeon at San
Itlogo] telegraphed tod in, t?it.ii
sbonl one hnndred, with 91
?I?.iibs. Sargeon Olendealn ?lie?i
?iie?l yesterday) other medieal <?ili -
oen sick, ami three llUise.-. Of
our tWO eaiiip- ?me Ll sal?* and tho
other located in ths foothills live
miles away? and srill probably he
moved in a fen days. One ?-a**?? re*
ported inin liausaalIlo.n
Hav.- What |g (Join?? to Waste.
i le i .h ni' r- of i a/.? w ?I! >?< unity ?eem
l'i lia\e tallen int??n rut, aiel c.-tuii-?t get
? ml..! it Tiny tXpaOt fcO Hink?- then
mon? y bat of oattle and rinap, mi?, if
t!i?> fail OB thi*s?*, tli.ir >?:ir.s work i?
ilil In? abb?
? a gOOd <h.un ? ? \\ Inn it i I oir??r???l
to them: Then 11 now, in Ta/.?*woll,
m ageaf foi ? home oanniag ?mtfit
which will rnaiiha Linie ?f ?*>?ja*fl fruit
and berries ?nOOgfa to add mal? i ?ally
to his y*in ly in??oiiii?. without iaterbi -
lag with bis ragttlac business, b?'H?do?
??uabliiii- him I? raiso ?ag? tables und
put tlicni ap for market, ?'all M tho
NKWS ?illico for further information,
To tho Unknown Hoirs of James
?B tie lir.^L day o? tli?-* May T.Till.
I We, Of tb?' I ouuty I Vairt of Tazewell
County, Va., tes following order was
??lltere.I. oil tli?* lllotioll Of Til?' llolstOll "
National Building and Loan A .->--)? ?dation,
in the ?--aid < ourf
"Tli?> Holston National Building and
Loan AmOnlatiOQj I ?orporation.
rs> | Noli??; to substitute Trust?'.*.
Allen Sandeis. -1 alia Saudersand James
On motion of tin? plaintill" by its
Attorney, this notl>?* is ordered to bo
,!<;<It led, ?t .ipia.arin^ tlmt the sain?
lias Im'oh ?Inly served on Allen ?Sunders
and .luba Sand??r.s, and it further np
peaiing from utildavit ftied with said
notii-iI, that Jam s Frith is ?lead, aud
that bis heirs aro unknown, and will
tin\?- to I??? proco -I, d agsiatsl as parti??s
unknown, it if* ?>rd. red that they b
thus proceed* d uirainst against by order
of publia-.itioii puhlished four con
.-e?*utive crssSS in some News paper
ptihli-died In Tti/.evv?>ll County Va. ami
on motion of tie pi,.intu?, th*? catato of
James Frith is committed to tlio Sheriff
?d this i 'ounty, tie* sanu having been
?lead for more than Go days and no one
baving applied to administer upon his
estate aud this ease is continued "
It is tie rel'ore <>r?lered that the heirs
at law of 'ames Frith who are proceed?
ed against 'lerem as parties unknown
as appears f"r?>tn allidavit fllcd in this
motion, appear hero within fifteen days
afU'r duo publicatiou of this order and
?lo what is neccessary to protect their
intenst herein. A Copy Test.
T. E. CJeorgo Clerk.
J. W. Hicks p. ?p
Real Estate Bargains.
We havi/about $2,000 worth of
good residence property in Poca?
boutas, which we want to sell o
exchange for a small farm. Prop
ety now paying a?good per cent.
|U rents. Apply at this office.