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HkFANfiIES; AND FADS FOR FAIR FEMININITY.
:■:■;;' •".:■.-::•■ ••:■:• ,.-.: ~ ■>« ••• ...<■;■. - ■ ■
, Jes mfmile. • »v» v
-::"' (From ' Ranch PhHosophy.)/-:; :: -
-When- all the: world's cold .anY drear. : ■{
:•■ ■ ■■•■■ 'VJes'v smile*. ■■:-■■ ■; . . .
Ariryer-ioosln'-all'-thet's ';'d«ar,*_- "; ;
Jes' tmile*.
Per : eyferj-tblns . thet* goes ; ter. day r~ " , .
iW?ljfr"eturn*"3galriVEome.-othi:'r way," .
Brtrigin'-fwith .lt -four-fold pay— ; ." -■ . i
;:; :v -"'Jes' EJBJIe! •:''•' '■;■:.;. ..-•'--'-. •'.■..■ '»
."^nen'.yer' liver's'- ■feelln*"."sad,' .'. '' ' ;"-
Sri;rT,:. ; . 7~"Jes'. ."smile!",*-' ' ; ;■- "--- : "...:-"■",'. ■'■'"
i~pcy*neril your, stomach's ; sort o* bad, .-;. - -. .
■:' : ■ .:.*"""'.■ '•..;. .•"■ •:*
Ferlthis >body"s "all ye'r. 0wn, ..;.. "t" t r ; :; ',_ '■■
pT-aln't'.ndtuse'-ter^it an' moan.*.' . ■ • '--■
v'WSth''';' thought pills 'give- yer. stomach
•. '. tone- ;*.; *. .. ■ . •:-•- • - >:' " • ' -
f \ '-So emlie. ■:.:--.- ■•+:■.-, "■,.>■,■ •><
i*Vf3ien: yer fcclin*' fort'o*' blu?,' - ■;: •
: Jes'smllc! ' "-*•■*;' ' ■.*■•' ''- ■ '.'-.■■ •
An* when yer yearly. interest's due..' ;: .
::.;■-■' Jes v emile!-. .v .. :'-::•" "
irfhere's'.narry a thingr.in all' the land. • '"" "'•
i From a< mountain to a grain. o' sand,
j Buffi yours feir' the askinV so'*ftel grand-^
-■' '; "V, ■'.;:■•; An'-'emiler' -;;•■': ■/ ■ . ;:•>'.-. ■"; ■ "''.
. ■ ' "-.'■; ■"-.— SAi.I '.EXTON ; FOULDS. -
JheMssni-MindsdJ'nake.
X -cnaki, with '■'&. bright yeilow, spot ';
■Once tlea'himself^u^iinra^rknot.: ■'. r
■•'• . r r;.V^en. i a^ea,l*:VV r liyi;is' i thls? 1 * ..,. ■-.
•■' Ho/replled.-with a~hiss,ir ;., ■'.
'"That errand must not" beiforgot.".
■.-*.--• .- . ..-.--.X . --- i~--..- -.■■-■:• * ' . '
\fo:Keep Chiffon F™sh. . :
:; In, 'putting : awas;, dainty; chiffons/ if a
little extra.' care is' taken, they will, come
out* of ' their. "seclusion ■' quite . fresh and
ready 'to '-. be worn^; again. -. ' : /f~- -'■'
.:'; " Silk ' parasols * should have rolls "• of tis
(pue^paper; placed between. the folds; to
Mfevtnt the- siik from '■- : .*
.. Deep '•- blue"* tissue " paper.f as jan \outsids
wrapping will prevent-^ white # sllk ; and
lace from, turning, yellow. ;..<". - '::
;" ' A' .pinch lof magnetia"; scattered over a
T>ps"f of lace will remove; pJJy stains and
keep it fresh iooking.." The;maEnesia casi
Ily, shakes out.: '-^U - '■"-' :':''■
Jolttakea^qnd^ich. .
• "The bread - . use"d 4 r]'fo*r|,t sahdwicbes; is
known ."as"" the." home-made 10af .... 1t ; should '
be; at least aMny/old.'the sljceslcut tliln
and even a v <•?.;' t"— i crust v trimmed. ''off; ; it
Bhoulu^ljp I. ■ and" evenly "buttered;
avQid ; brc: 1 -, _ „ , . Js .full ;pf holes.'" as' in
that- car*: 1 ..C' '■' :'-"tcij-: butter, is"- used: and.
the sand v;ii'.. . -..-'.."U!- become disagreeably
greasy. - - ' .'.: '■■;":■ _,;■-. -[U - ■•"•V.'*;* ."■■': _"^;,
' "In'mal:'.:'. : -;* 1 ' ! .*<ir-cheeseEandwlcnes
both fences" - ,wj read,, with "butter. 1 but
.'one 'side ; oi>;.-:£ v. t Hh"*the";'_meat, .'etc.;; the
other "sHco islhen .added,': ■•pressed gently
:;B.nd?cut:fn i t\vo;i '^ ' .';■■:".*■*""-'' '.. . '".; .'*',
-. *'The;^>utt'er Jo*b'e*usVd should be 'worked
; Into : a j ,pastc ~witlj|a; f oYk 'until ' soft; : it . is
jrerj'^ 'unjaeElrable.;'' to". 'heat.T: the"; sanie • in
:- ird ef 'ibr^et; IVI to th c . proper * 'condi ti on.
:'; "To, serve 'sandwiches; take: a napkin or
dolly/ fold, and' iay'it- - on .a "plate' or._ plat
: tcr-- •andiariang&.-ihcs-sandwiehes • on-* the
;S«me; and : ; fill- out all vacant places with
• tufts;of, CTCES." . ;.. ;' v "- v ." j":* „'; „ ' \
;;".• Esrg Sandwich.— Pound, the yolks of 'cold
I hard-boiled eggs into a paste.- season with
salt and- pepper.v. add '.a~ little. ; French
■ dressings and: a [ little ; sweet i'cream ; have
vUie whi ce of the' egg chopped [ fine:" spread
: ther "paste on .-Thirr™ si Ices' 'of ; buttered
; : bread; 1 , 'put-; a leaf ; of; lettuco' on ; top . of
■the SpasleT „ sprinkle , the I white over thft
'.Isttuce, add the- other '■< slice "of bread, cut
/tn'two and serve.— : -^ -• ':
- '-Feminine) fads.
flowers are'H .no : longer; worn
singly; or. in 1 single'sprays in the> hair, tut
\n '! short garlands or . rosettes, . one . on, each
Rifie -of the head just above the ears: The
.flowers used,' "of ' course, '.are; the small,,
dainty, .varieties." Tiiiy ' wild . roses , of ; rib-;;
bon, are. novel and eftcctive:; '. : !
■-•■jTie \newest .designs J ln- c French printed
handkerchief e • are b'ejngv much used | f or
corset tVcov.crs \. and > ."collar ,*..»nd j . cu£f* set£.
Corset ;' covers ," made ot :'• the v ribbon, tied
embroidered' squares in plain Avhlte" have
long; been v a dainty ., conceit. This ;use .of
thef colored prints is quite ; ; new. \. In chilf
dren' s'/- novelties for the coming season
there jare^attractive designs in fairy nur-
Bery 'series;--^ ''-'^ ■ ..<; ""*""■'■ [-'' ;■ -.'[ £}
.-: Aileather fob in lieu : of r a /tassel ■- is : a
.■novelty 'In umbrella; handles." -With: box
."woodcthe leather.i s -brack,' v.ith-.. furze,
: brown. iv^'P^Vv" .\ ; v ■."; •■-»■:; ■.'-.:-:.*•.• ■;■ c-*" : .., :'
the ; middle of December advanced
styles^ Jn s i&o^ns'; are \ 'arriving^': fpr/vour
Bouthern-resort;' toilettes. Blouse bodices
'areXstillVt o> hold " fhelr; own; but some ■ new.
JdepsjaTarcs{rlnf>the>, details^. of skirts ia.ro
fpretty l^^.cnd .. .charming. ; ; Faggottlng "in
[liia3f •■inch -wld thsi, proxnises' " to : .be' much
■ '-ezoloite'd f ? on skirt t "seamsl Canvas " and
iVoUe..; fabrics.- are; ; iii6fe, sheerj than" ever^
iarid ;Jreinaln7snv favor.. /.; -■;'" "■\'i'-\\-' : -'^
•^■jTpuches : of : gold :-, onj.white v gbwiis..of
:.fteremcny ; are ■ e^quisltely/appUedJ? Burn
elEhedv•sndjsunburnished .'sllyerjand £gold
' laee^s] and ■_ orn am en tei'k're,; nilxedi'-tosether
on^-roany " of ' the ; 'smartest* evening
-3CecWacte'C.'"are/;V.cp^csp"ondlnsl^%^>yorn
.TrhereSartlfetic fold .work!- prevails! ,^ -while
th*ir} jewelled "settings < are ; quite, ecattered
"and y, subjective.* .These ) neck : ornainonts
farelfully: as" wide as .necklaces* of ; pearls
irid "ldlarnonds; arid r command, .much'* at-r
sientlon? Tor; their- novelty;;'; ; V'; 7* 7:--':'
Cloth and Jffoiisseline deSoie.
•_ The last; cry;bespea3asran\unlooked-for
..■■■■■" ebwnf combination -£bfldlothv and ■-, xnqusse
.^line do sole. Xot onlyj. is,. this s executed
• : In cloths of dressy' colors, tbiit 1 ; !n^ blackjas
■wtlL' tvhjch- last turns t out* adralrably^r
" surprisingly .; so. . All 'sorts ' of fine* stitched
| are! seen^ upon , % h ese , cloth ■ gowns. ;
an" hlpKyokes,\.parts cof;Ti*.6t 'sklrtsi- as
5 ; !::■•- ty-cli fas Von|- bo<jjces:>; 3Jousseline • 3s r leti tir
- upon ; tuclrs. p!alte,> and;Vfan-plalt».V The"
Eame];ina]noeu\Tliig i Is -found s': upon vf the
;-; «locv<-s; where,:: however,';: there is^ greater
opportunity .* to \. Increase X th^eTeffect : of -life
wou^elJne i by -drapery, and' flounceß. ■:
About £ittte folks. :
"How . did you; know, what word* ; to
flng.i Ralpht'*j said | his'ihotherron" the' way; i
homelf rom ■ <ihurch, where sh« haid noticed j
Wta<holdlhs, a- t>ook. 4 aoa-:Biniflnir^llk^a »
•kylarkJithQuaii ho i couldn't ;re4«, «. word. ,
I After v inner
Wr To.', weist .dieestion. ielSeT. djitm*
r *tter|eafloe^rJ4rJnJdn^toolw«M3^i
to pxtr«oj( constipation; tto';??J??sßd
Jciiig for Cake,
Whip the" white of an egg, add >tp-. lt
a tablespoonf ul of water and; half a .tea^.
spoonful ! of. leinori- juiceJ ; Stir -in a; break-,
fast' cupful dicing su garJl Beat -until -it
is firm ' and [very smooth "ah'dltheh spread
on to : .the ; cake6. Stond it'-inT the oven
for.-a- few. minutes. . v :--;.-• ....;.■'"
JheVbryßzstM^
. . : ■
PJTjHERE are so many "best methods" for shampooing :
( i- : hair that it 'seems rash, to stamp : any.: one of them ;
l^^g "vwltii individual : approval, but! below^ is ! give^ff^ld jne-^r
I • : ■ thoxi which produced wonderful r^ulte ■in-'days-^gonejr^
.by: *"'-.- \ .':"."-•"-"
r : " ; ■; First of all, "apply. with the tips of -your fingers^ a; .few
i drops qf;crude oiljto the scalp, •;.' rubbing^ it well in ahd.taking. ■
care that it does not get on the hair itself. .."-.._,
After twenty-four hour's, niake a lather of v good soap;
-ah.dsoft. water, : plait : the hair in two- or ■ three loo^ejp^aits and
with a soft nail - brush cleans the scalp : thoroughly; 'with tlie ;
lath'en " ' r '*_«-. •''.". --, % - „
.. . ; Then wash-itheh^ir well, taking;;care ? ;that. no", oil -is- left _.;'
"-■ iyi tit, and-rinse it : through several .^w^e^&ofcooler^nd; cooler; ; ;
■• temperature; spraying 'the- scalp a|te^ards\ wit^ =
: : than which there is-no ;better tonic. ■ ; ;. . j ; ; i v '-;.-•
•Wrapthe hair in atowel;^vringing .\\i\. gently, : and then
•V'sit in'the sun arid dry it wit]i your hands. - ■ .'
.-".-■"->"• Donotlan it or " scorch. it-b'efore =a hot. fire. : Fresh air
and srinlisfht arefits^best stimU'ants. . -' '... 'j ' 1;; .
• : ::':: :' : - Shake it and"smboth it. . . Trail, it 'between your ifingers.r:
"Rtib i^ bet\veen,.fouir-..pajrns until it is aithing of beauty. "•• ■ ■■■
: . t^The "natural' oil'- of the ! Hands will'give;if a gloss^and;a •
vivac'tv whicii ripthirio- else. can impart: »; : '- " • -.'-'.-.. v;
'.".■.• *H?ir-ir i d ; ne / 1 t«-» oily should' be shampooed -eybry
fortnio-ht '._.. For-. <{ry .hair, once: ever} 1 ' four weeks is. quite sufr
ficient : to.keepit in good condition. ;. ' \> ._ • ~\ ' - ;
"Ob., that was no trouble. I just sang
the'tune and put; in the words .'Billy Mc-
Gee, McGaW."' " >''!..',
"1 get some ;- funny ; compliments some
times," * said : a' -music \ teacher,' laughinsly.
.:"The" other dayvl; told the - mother* of
one of' niy. pupils that; Harold was Im*
i>i-6ving*; In hii .violin Jpla'ylng^ '.',: '. „ ;. \ : '■'■■
: • "Is tljat so?v..: ehe. said. In grateful tone;
'we didn't know, Whether he was improv-;
Ing. or . whcther,.we^ were just, setting. used
to;it.* ;; "' .'L'."..*. „'-... T."'..','.."!..c ""'"■
Texas Dialect— A little girl came in c-
Tfexas jjrorery "store" to ; buy; some eggs,
arid the following conversation was ; caj;-.
ried on -between, th^ girl and ; the keeper
of the place: .:■ , • ■ - .••'■■■
'.'Ain't you got. hd «Sgs?" asked the lit
tieVgirl.'::;- :.''s"'' v """ i'"-" ; '-: - V° ;: '' ;" V;;
■ "I : ain't said -I airt't;" the. storekeeper
replied. Whereupon- th'e :*- little - girl replied
af teY" this r-'fashioh: -'"'^ ;"■ " ; . > -'- • '
V'l ain't ask you is you ain't you, I. ask
you" is you is^you.' "Ain't' you?". - : r.
She got the eggs:" :\ : ''; ■■';-} "• ■";'■•
A :]Fi^¥@ElT]|,l^EMv
. S UFE.~
; ■ ■•;. -.'" (By. Bryan V7aller Proctor.)". -.'■-. - :
We.'are born; ;>'e, laugh: we weep; "■■ '']'.-
AYe love; we droop; we, die! ■. •„
■■' Ah'f wherefore. do we laugh or TreepT-
Why do we live or die?;j - - >"';**
Who knows that. secret deep?
Alas, not ir ; _ .
'.:',; .'Whyldoth the. violet *Bprlng . ; ; ... '.;,- : -:', X
.- .; Unseen by: human eye? ;-.•'■ :.' :. -^. •' .- : "-.;•
; .','.. ... Why'; do the radiant seasdns bring: ■'■- - .." ■■[: ; '!"
Sweet thoughts .that ; quic"kly. : fly ? " . n■ " -
' ' Why! do ; our ? iond hearts cllrigr :■•■ ' ; -. ; - ••■.••■■:■■■'■■•;
;' : To things that die? ';r; r ' ■■■; '';-"'""■ '-; : /; : --; . ;;-.
."Wie toil— througlTpain «tnd -.wrong;-' : ,- ;.;•'.
" ; . -"W"e'. gght--ahd fly;"
We : ; love ; we lOEe ; : and . then, ; are long,
:.. -Stone dead 1 we lie. ■'■- "■■•■■ ,-.-.. ■
roilfe;;is ajj ttiy^song ."- '
' ■ :; /^dura~4rid die?' 1 ' ;-- .:■ ; : - ■' ; ; ; '-■
3101113 SMALLPOX AT . STRASBURG.
Trro Cases Break Out -At ter. Qnarttn
• ■'-" ;'.■.■; "i .tine is Removed.- ■:> ; . .'-- -.:.';•. - !
/WOODSTOCK, /VA;r" January l?.—(Sps
cial.)-—After a r lapse of "over": three weeks"
since ' quarantines 'werelTaised' in : and.
; near * Strasburs. two ;i new; casesi have^dei;
;,veloped % near. : the ? town i"wltbln Itbe t past
woeit, in the ; faintly.; of r Mrs.'- Bird;' Grant.';
A- son and daughter,: have "contracted * the
;«i'-sea's&.',i A : strictrquaranttrieTwas * estate?
lished"as soon' as the cases Vwcra diagnos^
cd.
PERRY C^SlDpl
Wai the Popular : Sherlir of "Win
chester «nd
■: : iWINCHESTER.^ VA:, '-/January. ik-i(Spe-" I
|;«lal.)^Mr^Perryi<iath^<^re^:sh"erlitrof;
I i-Wlnchestcff I and i Tt ederJck-' countyj for,- ftf ■{;
i teehi yeafs,;di©d [at" his resldencelnfi^' tW^"'
tCltyJ. to-day. '' from ~ pneumonia^ and 5 heart"
-; fai lur c; i alter a * brief illnesa; ■ His I deaUr
yr&s) unexpected.
> » Mr. iGotel wait on© of the men ':
ilh^thiSKßMtlon^a^^«^nrliajlsW»Along:
! tenure' of office hi* popuUrityv wig " Itftst*'
[WS**2r^ the;: fact ■?.thatf i no" ■ orae^werjlranl
fij^tt'totm; either in : 'tn'Hhfci
| : 4leotlo%l^.^Viaeri«?h>r|^^ > Sj^l
dtpvty sheriff . under,, his . use!*,';' William
Xkttuc u4 ? *act U«a to ! bu Urn ■-. »
-fitt^, *. :■■ j.i .~~2m28t
TTTR T? TCHMCnV p in *St ATGH^TUCSP A Y> f ; tfA. J* U^y^V Zi^ jj^vg-^
Jwo petition Recipes,
■-• Boil six effgs! for fifteen mlnutesy then
throw them > 'into cold water, and allow,
them*'. to remain there until' cold. Re
moveYthe-shell's and cut «ach «sg Into
• touii;:;p.iece'£-^"Piacel;-?.'crlsp'ijlettuce i leaves
on : al lai^e : platter^ layj a; plsce of : egg <on
each^ leaf;/ sprinkler lightly vwith^salt ; and
pour mayonnaise. over all. t .. ;,..-.,
SPAGHETTI ■■■ WITH CHEESE SAUCE.'
: " Boil spaghetti tender' arid, drairi. CooV
together- in a eau'eepan' a cupful of drawn
■butte^'and; a;half cupful^of ;gxated;SwUs
.cheese}- As- soon-: as^the' : eheese-ls £ riiel ted
■ tu r rri the macaroni -into : the^saucepdn and
stir arid-t oss with ,'; a; silver;;fork until
:thbrduehly;felended ; with sauce/ serve.
:Serve^ at ■ orice.'--; -. " ; - :-\: -\ -■;■ V • ''"./: - ;
BircTs-lfest Baskets. ,
From j Geriaany, ; that most-ingenious of
lands-c omes. ; a; new .idea.; In i ttie~shape;6f.
■birds-neat; ibaskets.;; ,;They, ■ are. ~_ made ; ; of
twigs "fastened •? together -with'; wires.". The
large"-" ones-- make': very. ; pretty r. wo rk'bas-.
k'ets.^ -a'rid '-the "srriali/pn^s/'wTienfilled'in.l
make :'usef ul ? little" * pincushions.-": v^'J-* '. V re-:r c - :
foremost- figure lri; the^business arid politi
cal,life, of ;th;e; county.. .'"Mr. Gore leaves
&r& r widow and *\ty;o . children. :- He is also
surtrived ; ' by . two ;v. brotliers. : ] Professor'
Joshua W. Gore, of -'the phairicf Natural
Philospphy. of .the;; University-:^ of ; North
Carolina, . and | Professors JT. Howard Gdr e,-'
the well known scientist, .now, connoctecj
with;' Columbian. University; Washington^
WI.LLIAIVI;COUSINS: DEAD;
A Prominent' and Respected 'Kesi
■•"; - x ■ j • dent» of Pittsylvania. ' ' '*■
.CHATHAM, VA., January 19.— (Special.)
After :a 'very short" illness, Mr.' .'.'Wllllatn'
Cousins "died | suddenly ; at his - home ; near
Calland's ;. Saturday^nighti ■ Mr. • Cousins
had been ;a; Republican'', since"- the days -of
readjustment, | and- was a very. : prominent
man 6f; affairs In Hhe" county; r but" at 'no
tinie very active for iiis "party. }Mr. 'Cous
ins: was nearing 1 his G6th..mile ppst-in life.-'
When , the war between the States broke
out, he enlisted ; in Company : c, Sixth" .Vir
ginia ■ cavalry, "i- and made ; 'a brave ' arid '
daring soldier.-. At the close of hostilities
he started a mercantile ; business: at"; Cai- !
land's,- . in' which >he " wa s ; very : successful ;
until v his \ death/.;" In ■; iSST/g h"e :, was 1 , elected :
a member of ;ttießo>ird -of .County"; Super
.visors from Calland's - District, -in ;.which
capacity, he served. coHuhuously^uhtil 1539,
excepting; two; years. ■ ? He' ; was • for "several .
years chairman. of the body 1 ,- and was serv
ing- . : in; the | latterY capacity when" the* coun-"
s^sbondSissuje;i'6f?mbrS}ithahii.s7o,o()Oiwas v
•: in \ 1559. : ' : Since"; his; defeat ? f 6r< super- f
> yisbrj: in; iS93.fi he I hasf speht \ his?- lastr few
• years y In ;; ; his ■'. quiet Z but Cf most i hoapi table
; home iat'jCalland's^ Hei Is j'survived I byl a'
four daugfiter3.i Misses' 1 EllaJ^ Dora;
: Fannie; arid S Bessie^ v-'Mtd height >?sbns£
Messrs^w, r al?
I ter^ Garnet,\ andfAxcher ■■ CouslnatMJf 'i Fitt^
Bylyaala;-? and*. B;V Jp.^Ce'uaini^' of Jl/yrichi'
burs. ; . ' ". V* a
Spanish Reinforcement* for Cento.
GIBRALTAR. 19.— A. battalion'
•:pf|Spanißh^lnfantryiahd;"a.imbuntainibat*?
: tery.Rhave g embarked m at?B'Alßecir4s P for'
iCeuti^the 1 S?an|th ; seaport ron'r thel coasts
' Tow druMtit : : will ;r«lMBd -your ' mqnev
« JPA?O pIKTMENT iMttsit^^ur-rißliic^
pl*#7*OO ■ BLXCJCBO&dB"OQ"'tQ'iC'£p\cS l a\JSE&~ tU '■
- /-r-jsmsvmsm
WIWCfHTv "*---*•■ .'■"-- SUXHHt-UCf J :-?' j i.~- CTO jqUtAJIi X;
cbNVicisKKlHi^yaiißsi
.
Sentence Imposed ior Second Offence
\ ;«i; : Brror : " Because
; ,"Were Removed After Hi* First
': The iWright-Surbrug' Tobacco : Company,
was - granted ; a :i charter .yesterday • af ter-;
riooniby/ Judge .Wellford; of .the -City^;Cir
cuitCourt^'i.":-;,.V.';.'■"-■.' ■" ■;:/'.;: : ,.%ii> '■*„:+j U~± - --■;
;> The "company: is to have a capital stocK
limited ?to - $25,00&, - and ■ is formed »• for Uhe
manufacture ' of, chewing- and- smoking to-;
baccp,' cigars arid; cigarettes.^ '.' v^-'' : -Zi:/:
.;; The home; Office is to be located in;Rich
inond."i;:- ; : : i'^V.'"-:-."/ • '. ■■• ■■'-;:;U': •..;•,■
: The: Officers will ibe: ". J. Wright,, presi-;
'deiit; k John • W. :: Parsons, vice-president :
' who, xvith : M.v E.. Wright A. D. Wright, \
} an<s>~ Emmett * Seaton, will' compose - the
.board; of i directors.;] ' ; ' "--. v ' ; ;
' ! : - JudgltS^B. "Witt ; was ■ reported ; to . be!
\ resting easily • yesterday: than ■* he •
nad "been -for." several days. -Yesterday ■
Judge | Grinnan, of "the ' Chancery.^ Court,;
was v on : the ..bench in the Hustings Court
long enough "I to continue . the cases set for,
hearing-' until next /.terra.' ". v " " '
•Julian T." Lane. aTcpnyict'-at": the penit-
e ntiary" is ■; seeking ; to be v released "Sfrom; ]
that institution 2 under .a . writ of habeas j
. corpus. ; : . which •• will; be; heard: this
morning 1 at* 9:3o- o'clock by Judge B. R.
Wellf ord^ •in -the city.- 1 circuit ; court. . :. /', J
"-.Tfie : petition . for, the -issuance of;- the;
; writ rr recites;theUact that -the .prisoner,
I was ; c6nyfcted r in Hanover court and. sen-.:
l.tenc'edf ori'j'July 18, ; 1553, to ' serve ■ four •
years.,? This: term expired,' with; the \de-.;
duction .of "• time for. goba :?hehayi6r; Jan.;
14-jrlast ; Wednesday.;: This .was: Lane's,
second .term,- and for; that he was; taken,
before 'the city, circuit court some- years
ago,' and rTsentenced to. five - years addi^
tlonai,' -because .it ' was his : second of
ferice.i ■ • "''"■''- ■■ '■■■'■' '■- ■" "■ ■ -' - ■'■■■■- ' -.-', ■■ ■ •'".''
•On 0ct.22, ISSO, Governor' Holliday, :un
d'er the seal of the State, granted a par
don: to Lane,- and removed his political
disabilities, ; ■•restoring him : to full.-citir';
zeriship.v .Tormorrow. It ■ will, be';; claimed.
that -the five additional years : were giv-;
enr ; erroneously, and he;
should -.be - discharged : at once. . ; ._. _ ■■>
';' The 'Contention: is :a- unique one; and will
be watched ; -with no'little interest : by . the
legal .fraternit>vof ■ the city.:, -;.;-•". : -, ■■■:-■■:■:
Mr. : : P1. .; H. Barfoot has assumed"; his
duties^ as janitor; of : the Chancery . Court,
succeeding the ■. : colored" janitqr, ..John
Sheppard, .who" was : there' for so many
years and who; resigned last week;
The case of James X Jones and Isaac
Kahnfc charged with : the • murder ,'of Har* i
vey 'Williams on- June". 24th," set* for. trial,
in' tlie' Hustings Court yesterday, was con^,
tinued-to next-term, owing to. the illness
of Judge wut: ■ .- • ■; : ;■;;.; ■":• ; ; ";
iri'.the'Poiice Court. yesterday morning
Justice Crutchfield; suceeded in" bringing
about a reconciliation between L. LA Mar
shall- and' his 'wife:' ! Marshall.;' assaulted
his better half -on /Saturday. night:, with
a:gl&ss' pitcher : while under^ the:; influence
of .liquor; ■ -After a :- time the justice - won,
and -.the unwilling wife consented to. begin,
over.,' again, , : and r ' the charge lof t, assault
against Marshall was .dismissed.". • „ ::
Sam/Hackney." Ben Terry, and ' Jos.Bur
nett* were 1 given : a month on the -rock
pile' for vagrancy: '. „ . ' .'.' ; : •■'
PeriT Prue paid $10 for. beating Vir
ginia-Elliot-. "■'■■ .;'■•' " ."' .-■.'-..■
.-Phil;i-Robinson was assessed' 32.50 for
playing crap: .- „ .. ■••" ■v- '-'-,--■ ■.---
.iJames-Burton, went : down in ; default "of
§10 fine for beating his wife.' "; "IT ; .
;:john ; Daricotte was nned : ?so for carry
ing a: concealed weap_on. . .. " P?' 1/'1 /'-
MAJOR foB; BRISTOW.
Death of Widely. Knorm Tirginlan
• .■....-.'.. .•. in Missouri: -
'- STORm6nT.,VA!. January 13.— (Special.)'
News'" hasi just reached here of - the . death
of Major R. : B. Bristow, which ', occurred
at his 'home at' Monroe f City, , M 0. ,, yester"
daj-. ;■ ; Major, Bristow "was ; with:. General
Floyd ; ih= his famous •mountain campaign,
before the State went out of. the -Union.
He' yfas a na tive of this cb'^ity;- and after!
the war: returned to his old home; where
he" practiced law until IS7O. He; moved; to,
Monroe City, where he gained ; great
' prominence as .a / peinocratic-; leader, - and
soon built iip -for himself a fine. law. prac-^
tlce,"; ; whlch increased -until his death./ He
leaves , a", widow, but never had any chil
dren^ He has been tho educator of many :
of his nieces and nephews,' ancl"spared : rio
money to advance their'- interests. vHia
burial v»-ill;take:pla'ce in Monroe Cemetery
Tuesday.-, at ;-. which date, had ;ne; .lived -to;
s"ee - it, h'& would have ■ been f G3 - : years ; old.
He" : 'wasla brother: of ": Mr'.V.S. ; ■A;"-. Bristow/
Qf "Urbana, and a , clos«s relative of all ; the
Tidewater Bn£tows; :;; v ; : •".,' > "; ' -"y";;- :%'.
IN AUGUSTA'S CAPITAL,
Qfiicers of. the. Farmers? and >I^r- .;
chants? Banl£— Society. >"ote*. -
STAUNTON. : ' •VaY, \i. January 19.-r(Spe- ,
cial.)—The- following: gentlemen havebeen;
elected as the board of directors of the
Farmers and Merchants \ Bank :r Messrs.
"W T. McCue, J. N-- McFarland.-; J. B. :
■Woodward, i.McHenry. -Holllday/ C: li. Wel
ler.' S.P., Mann,. A. : -:-M.-:-Henkel,:-.--G.\G:-
Gooch/'-K-^H. 1 Trouf, C R.-iCaldwen; and
W. T.:McCue" was re
elected'-'president,' and J.- N- McFarland,.
vice-president. 1 ': . " . , '•" , -:■'<-■ -j -
.■\V.'-L::-Kerr.<In -hunting over 'some, o/d
paper," -earner across -an. interesting.^ relic.
It is 4 a ; --leathfT-bound> -hymn-book; .pre
sented to .: "William Carel, "l: September... 3,
1S03.'";;: '-'"•'■:■ *'-'\ ■■■'\-r~; ■'■'■ ;/r.\y g ''"
'F.-W. Hager has sold his stove 'and
tinning : establishment" to Fla\*in : : : <S: :.-Wat-;:
sonrand r espects to make his future home
in 1 Louisville, Kj-.. .^ " ■::". '.if;^^,'--yi'S' r f^-<
±: Mrs./J. -F. ,-A.st : is • spending :a i f ew-i days
in. Richmond. From ■ there • she ? will go >to
tVilson, v N. ■ C, to -visit her ' daughter, -Mrs.
Wilmer ]?aine. ,' : ;v ;:K>':\] '■■".;: i:? : ~*'l':.y ':!'■'
f CT.' : P. Vl s£ecnan. a prominent wool broker,"
'■ of is "here," with : his ; family,': to
snend.'the ; winter. .' '■ i--'." '•' X : . : " '" ■-- ■ T . r '~.*-: : -u- ■■ : ; v;
. ;^Rr>K. «Mehurin : : spent In .Rich
mondiwith*fricn<?s.r -'/,;■; CV7; ; y :■;; tr
: ; Mrs;i J." Mason.Miller. and : her. daughtors;.
: Misses •:; Fannio.: " Erslcine 'U ; aud> ■ Margaret
Miller;' have" gone* to Richmond to'spend
; several^ months . with . Mrs.- Miller's -sister;"
Mrs.^An<?erson T on-e ast "Franklin; street: 1 ..:
■ Mrs.7 Virginia Kent an<l '■■ her }. daughters;
: Misses" SuetPeyton' and ; Margaret TPreston
• Kent,* are here; visiting. Mrs.- Kent's; sister,
Mrs. : G. M.^ Cochran.'-^^V;. : : : . : :y:- : ■- : \. :'■ ;;•;;;
A' PITTSYLVANIA BRIDE.
Marriage of. O. t..: Dunn ;and 3Ils»
■ Xi-py ; :-:; Lottie ; Baxksdale.' '^. ;^ ■ y^:t
':. CIiATHAM; VA^January
MJs3 : ;-.l^Qttie. ' B^rksdale V Tp-n&Z Mr.v : C/vlK]
Bunhi'^Qr* quietly, married ; Sunday morn^
ins^titheibrWe's ;home.vnei»r' L.alaJ 7 §. l rh6 i j
Rev^^Mr-^Duncan^P 6^^?^^^^^©?;!
monyv Miss 'Birdie ;Barksdaie. (sister lei •!
the^ brideJ-vn-as: maid ; : *of > arid 2 Mr;; !
W.v E.-; Dunn.?- acted ?as [best man.;; - -;; 7 The ; j
couple !: were ;\driven .to v :this|(ptace;;;; and !
City/. S:sC^r where they will reside. -
f AI: : small ;houso ■ on^RitH^; Tredway, 2 / Jr.'s;? j
pla*ceHwhicb.lwas]'occupie<i JohnfHam | i
le^l^as T oniSuiiday-'desto6yed;by;flr
HamleUaJid J hlsjf amily:|were lvlsitlnJs|at I j
tho.tiime, and r;OtbiK£r vr&s saved.
interejrtlna tSol|«|
§iM6<XDB%OCK, VX:;}: J&nnAry - : 19..r7<Spe«
aal;)~l!lJ^«iUt*6t i JAW^Baas^rmah,' ? ]plaiur:
i tUtiawiM* Iliane f Brj>i!. : l^ t<3owpany,'S Sa^
fttßaMtis^v«y!nff"at4laJmtft»rAdaira|fei|
i^ftklit'Alioitßtind rd6ll4rs?;frftihJi3oirt#fet:eK
fto3t!i*^iuifr«^:op«tatea j.Hjr,.? ««f«m«Wtfg
! Btra«bur». will .be -■ triad In th« Or
«tdt' Caut :thlm ' ««ak.i *■ BatuaarsuuL^ J.x w,-
cold bearins, ta^Ml
'illl" IJ7I ! ill II I II Uh
|l|tt{ LULlliunJp
Don't wait; if might prove =
serious, when it could' have
been' checked and cured. •
Night Cold Cure goes
; straight after- the cold ; does ,
not keep .you from.attend
ing }-our daily occupation r
cures while you sleep.
Price, ioc. per box, or 3 '
"boxes" for 25c. By reliable
druggists.
"blanks 7 "
B. & S. Dime ; : Liver, Tills
makes you- look well and;
;;ieel^e^ul.^g;ives:-a^gpod,
sappetite;an3L-aids5 appetite ; an3L -aids digestion.;
Bbtt.-- and> J. F.v Rittenour .were put . to,
work-ori-the 16th ; day, of , June r^o,v.to.
drill •: out - a { hole ; in which:: two charge^pf •
blasting ( powder had \ been placed. + \The
first failed : to.explode, and, the drii^ strik
ing ' the ! unesploded ;- cap, ■": cxplodea .-the
charge? As ; a f result Bauserrn.an'tand Bctt;
were seriously injured^and^utenouT was
killed." This suit will; be' f ollpwed v by r simU :
j lar| '^e^aihi^^f^^m}^^.^y ! r-f^ 1':1 ':
°Mr; M." L. Artz, a farmer residing in the:
vicinity ; of ; Strasburg Junction;r-Shenan
•"doah 1 : county, '■■ through 31. .. E: : ' Sjtickley, at-,
torney, : . has r instituted 3 suit against the
Southern -Railway ' Company; to i have cat
tle-guards provided: for .a -private-, road
crossing defendant's tracks | connecting his
farm. v: This, isthe first 'case' of ;this-char- :
: acter I to ' be ; instituted iin i the '-courts { here^
The Company contends { that •an i orders re
quiring the building of ; such, cattle-guards
would • be a hardship.' and ' in > the : event; it
is ordered 'erected," ; the ' case ; wili w probably
be v carried - to ■ the . Court;, of Appeals ; :f or
' final -decision.'/_- : 'ii •' '■''■'"?- ?:..'': '•••.•:"■• "^' .
Mr. Ernest I?unk.' of ■ Strasburg, Is pre
paring' to -set out-ari^orchard :.of forty
acres.-j.which .will contain 3,soo 'varieties of
apples: and: peaches.;.^.;;.:'. ':.v;f v '-'_"" I ~".\.~
COMMODORE MAURYJS PICTURE.
Gift of a TTell KaWn ■Rlchmonfler;
- ' ;'". ■':■■ 'to the v Cniv6rslty^~' ;
'CHAKI6tTESVIL.LE. VA:; January. &
. (Special.)— The " portrait . . of > Commodore.
Maiiry. given to 'the trnJve'rs|ty "of ' Viri
gipia by- Mr^John?; D. v - Williams;' of ' "Rich-;
mond; ; has reached ; tha t institution arid fs
sifely istored : in' the; library, awaitingi ting its
un veiling. ■"- No ' program has yet -been " ar
l-anged.'.-1 he :portrait" show's ,''the-'coriimof
dore; irl an easy pose,; and ■: is ; conceded to
be- excellent: ?f,ls' painted by. Busey, of
: Carnegie Hall. New York- .; -.V : ;- v " .. ,"
■Dry James M. ; Page left on; an- early, train
this : im'orning"; t6- attend"'; th&~ Inauguration
of -President Bryan, vas iexecutive of. Irit
diana jU.niversity,-, of, whose; academic facr.
ulty he Is t-he dean.- ; i: ' " ■, . .' • ' '
."Professor '' M; : W: '•' Humphreys, of the
chair: of ; Greek, in- the University of Vir
ginia/; has' f or, : somef days .been -confined,
: to his vhous'e. by: something- Uke.grip.-: .. He
is recovering, > however, Vand :it^l^,: hoped
that;, he -.will -be , out 1 In: a few days.;-:.'-.' ...
. ■ », . ■-, -- ,
-".'" : ';Mrs.B. H. Hudson ;Dead. - : '•
-COaibßN, VA.,: January 19.-;(Sp J ecial.)r-
Mrs.' -H-" R. '.Hudsorv • 'Of *;Kins;^George
Cdur'to'oxxse, v who was paralyzed! several
"weeks ago! died; at 2P. M.' to-day,'-: S^e i^is
survived'^ by her . husband, .^ two, sons; and
;two "daughters. ; '"" ■. ' .-.
MRS: KAJE^BOWRY DEAD;
A ' V. -Widely; Knoirrn Wf lUamsbnrje •
■ v liadyr-ToTrn Gossip 1 .-^ ; : "t-'A, t&\
"WILLIAMSBURG, VA:. January -IS.— "
(Special.)— Mrs. 5 - Kate -Bowry, '". widow" of
. R." Ri -A. Bowry. died . this " morning ; after
an--'" illness"' of-: onlyi'.two: - weeks; v-Mrs.>
Bpwrv .was 72 -years 'of -age. : and'.for-'the
past {if teen years hadv been a valued atr '
tf-n'jaht . at "the Eastern --State: Hospital
.where r the . end came ■■ peacefully at .12:30
o'clock^ ~~- ■'''■ 'v ". : . ; . : "--'T.. ■, '.■■:■■ .:■'.?■: '■_■- -:'•;:-
Mrs. Bowrv was, before^ her marriage.
Mi«s v Kate " 'Taylor. ' Her first husband.
Captain ■ :W.' . C. Wilburn, died many • years^;
aso.' i.: -; ' --■'■•-■'; •-' '.■'•'• ■- ;- - "J":"-' '• "•'■.'-■ .: ■'■-"
■Mri.'Bov/ry left no children:- but three
stepchildren, who 'were d'=rvoi : ed : -"to- her, i:
survive. " They " are Mr." WXW.y. Gordon r
and Miss Mary Bowry;'of. -this; city;V and/
Mr. : Ja m es •': B owry .' of .- Newport " NewsV<.'.:
"The" .funeral • will -take .• place;, We dnes-
day} at : ll "o'clock -fromithe ''residence' of;
Mr -W. "'-W. 1 ' Gordon, i on' yKenry streets
The' ; -Itev." ■ H. ."T.-- Loutham. of -?:'■ the;
Baptist church, of which th4' : deceased;
was a de\-out member, will officiate. . The
interment will be . in Cedar-Grove ; Cemej!
tcrV/ >''-' ■=■«■■■■■■'-■;■'■•■ ■■-.• : '~' v.;~ -•: ■''•'- ;'. • ■/.-■••;■
* Rev. F." G. Scott,: of":Petersburg:;.-.con
ducted ' services-- mi ; Bruton .- Episcopal
church yesterday, morning.';.;-: v-. :/ - -
' Miss LullavM. ' Dbnegan; . of '■■ this";city,
! and ' Mr. P. JViTr ßeatty,, of Nf wppr I% News.
I who were married in "Richmond 'Satur-
1 7 day."^ returned*' yesterday-' from
News", ■ which will ' be ! tlieir. f u tiire 'home. :■'.;■:
Mr. rNorvelle L. " Henleyv:-whoais,-suf-
I Bering from -.appendicltis^iia-lconflned'-to
i his bed ;. to-day.-. :" : v -:>,.; £ V.^o'r'. --'X -
; Mr.V-B/ D:" Peachy.; a Well-known law
iyer: ! lef t" this' ; afternoon ;f or:olds Point? to
appear before Judje; J. VW*. ■ G.,'Blackstone
'.f or .'• a : char ter • for thav Wiiliamsburg Lum-;
ber .Company.' .S ':.'■ -_. ;^' r "-_ : ••* v ":••■■ "T_^
$ .Mr;rC."F.— Reeve -H£t to-night-for Old
Point* on business.- ."-.'- "•' \V'
FIERCE FIGHTAT .SALEM.
Well Known C£tlEens;lnvolved~J. C.
Casaell, of X. & "W"., -i?x;binoted.' ' : 't-~\
■ROANOKE,: VA'.. . January 19.—(Spe
cial.)—James , : Leighton- i?and: V^Thqmas
Neighbors/, two ,. well-known : ■ citizens of
Salem.'-- became? involved* in a difficulty,
' last : night.v and ;•: the . former; shot ; the \ lat
ter;: through the leg,, inflicting.; a painful,
WOUnd.,- r - -': ; : "-";>>- ■"-'.■'. ~^;-y,:;~:y^ : . - ■■■ ■X-7 ■■''■■ ■
*■ The^-- Norfolk arid] -Western--, has.- issued,' a
circular letter announcing : the
• tion- of J.* Cr Cassfclloto > be. ; assistant
general ;i manager? to ,•, • •. L? K E. Johnson ;
Charles S. ■: Churchill -to I . be; chlet "engineer/
"and- Thso'.Lowelto be general real: estate
agent." -Herman Z Crueger. r .who « has * been
•in - the' 3 service >:, twenty-;- three ."; years; v. has
-b°en r -- prompted :* to the ■'- position " ; o£;: chief
• clerk; to ; succeed -Mr. Lowe, it; "-•. V\ ■
FORMAL. PLEiV NOTGUII^Y;
Ilef cndantaT: in the};! Edsar^^oe r X««
Suit File an' Answer.
A'i Plea- of '..n t" guilty aad'^demarrer .were
filed :lnUh6jUriitea?Staf«;Court:yesteraay :
i in ' (tli6 ::ca S6 ;? of : ; >Edgar3 PoeT]; ]Lree? against;
j John 'S/;BartourJaij;t lot liersjihjfwhatiiS;
I known' as ; the" saffrr se Tdafoa ge| roits." The \
I pl^l^s::nl^diby^;lKA^!Anderson:^sAt-5
litor^y^G^^al.Jah^Frank-^VV^ Christian;;
I :■ tot) the \ mejabers] q| - the! Constit^^
; tional iCoriventlon^oiyHoj axe ; aaiaedjf si th«J
def "ridants,
W: Mr.'v FfanicHW-f Christian^ who \ ia ] aasslst^
Ins Uhel^ttorney^General-' in?the?defenpet
; asamst ! ;the!suits|br6iJght/ ibyJEdgarxPoe:
rLeeifandf others I agalnst|th» * ; inexnber? V pt
: ;the^ConstituUonar-C6nvend6ri^v^ ;
day? : nle\;thel demurrer^ and ' plea v of - not ; 1
IguiMyiimthPßej cases: ' ':\*^^j I
j^JohnliS^Eg&lestori.. or the Atorney.< :
General's office,- "will go to Norfolk S to • !
\
"cl6r^SofJttt^urt|toereS3in^tli4||sultl |
t>rousht;by '"AnJthon^a^lPl^Mr^lnltJfeit'
To Cnre « Cold ia On* *J«y
Tak» Liutatlve . Bromo . Qvlnln* : T*bl«t» - . \
All dru«l«U refund ith« msi^lflt tafls ?
to cur«. .£. W. GrovVt ri«n*tur • Ja , on
USES OPFORMAifIi
•^ POISON WG CASES.
WAgfpPIONfIGONZAt^
Employed -•■ VJ» Disinfectant , for
Vear«-^Thi« Virulent PoUoa Ha»
Been Tried "WiUi:Succ«M In Sew
&T^jnjection : of formalin ;by physicians
in New I " York. *^^AftUadteAn,H*&s-'oi i
-blood^poisoning. ; > is i exciting; the 'interest'
:and: attention ; of "the /physicians^ Of the
city, -and • instructor^ "of ."tlie ■"medlcdl col r
• iegesi here, as ..wall ■ as ' the} surgeons.; 'r .j_..
; -The first; Injection was .tnadeUnlthe, case
of a woman "who .was s^afferlns. with ; blood;
poison, at the.HahnemaH'Hospital.- In New,
■Yprk.^vTheitest was. made by. Dr. .William,
Fraiibli "; £tonan/: and • the ; condition ;, of the
patient^' twenty-four, hours later."-' was : T&t
i ported r aV. considerably; improved. .Tempear-;
a.turerrpulSs.and ; respiration.-!^ere all re£
ported- as inora nearly normal 'than when
: the! P formalin was"^administered. t;.[ The
physician "declined, to 'give : tlie ;nama|OT ?
address" "of the patient.i ■ but ; there " Is ' •; no
doubt -Of ■;. the administration ' of J formalin.
andith*4re'is no . doubt: the.; outcome Is.;be-"
iiiig 7 : eagerly ' awaited by .' .the-zscientiac,
;-;'", - : .'. "/■>■.''./ ■/^;' . :'-"'..'■.' f ■■■'
.Tha'ypatlent is 28. years old. Herjdentity.,
was ; hot disclosed, for" obvious ; reasons.
An - esamination of - tier ■; blood, ,' made } on ;
Thursday^; showed .the presence ■of strep-j
itocpccC. and ; her ' .condition "grew- worse
rapidly/'-^""" [ : V--['^-"'i/'-]'i : } ""• - '-'■./' ■,■''■"■■■"•'■'•
:. tWhenr the patient : reached - the. hospital
her: temperature, was -104.3. and;- her pulse;
148.: After receiving preliminary: treatment ;
for; • six.-, hours. -> she; was placedv'ph {the
operating. tables A large : vein. ln ; her, arm.
! was opened 'and TOO cubit centimetres' cf ; |
i formalin? solution -; 1■- ti> / 5,000, was | allowed; ,
j to J flow ' through Jalvery' fine pipette into
i her.' circulation.'" Tlie operation . .was i con ;
i ducted as speedily as possible,', and ,eyery-
■ thing; about It was highly /satisfactory to
the several. doctors? in ; attendance.'.: '■
; -A ; :NICB' PIECE OF SCIENCE. - i
: Dr; -vhlliam • H. : Taylor, ; of 'this ; city.- the ,
coroner; was - seen yesterday. ' af ternoenrj
and^asked ? what he knew concerning- the'
new. dlscoveryV;- and V what; he 'tnought*oi: -
the.ipracticablUty{of the use of formalia-
Iri^ -'cases 'of .blood poisoning. ; ; " f ' ' "i
.'^llere" you: "go/again",' -said --the? doctors"
as h6 /opened' tlie door, to his den and
in-vited f the -Dispatch r " man- In to a seat;i
' near ' the - fire*' -."What" do. . I -■ cars ■;■ about j
the:new discovery? "Tell you. the truth. If
'that 7 stuff is-any; where" near as efficacious I
as. the discoverers' claim.- it will break up
my Tofflce^and ;p-ut'-rne'"'out' of business.; ;■"; ■"- j
'rs"e9,~ l have read'aboiit the : cases there
In New >Yor!£':.Fprm"alinJls a great' poison
itself.vf'arid'in the "cases' cited/ the doctors
are'slmplytrj-ingr.to kill one poison wJth
i the;' use of another. If is a nice piece of
science; . and^ it niay,; prove to bea.ll : right.^
IV : is an .. experiment, -.as yet and; I am
much' interested in knowing hpw the result
will be"."''- The patient ' is treated ■by having
'ah j injection of ons'-flf tieth'; of a grain in
serted.: arid f hat' : will," it Is ' claimed, 1 de
stroy" in '-the" blood the "germs of poison'
which get .; into!' the blood," being . moTe
powerful than ; the blood poison.' r ;
:\']'' /WA3 USED FOR GONZALES. ;
.•"Formalin has been used "as a disin
fectant';for' years ■- and years, and " I hope:
to see- good"' results'' come from" the eccperi-:
men.ts/ -.The rpame^ treatment : ;was]; used,
in the case'of ;Euitor-;Gonzales.: . ;
. "The patient in- South-.Carolina'was sit
uated ~ : . differently, however, 'there ' being
se'veTalf'suppu rating wounds, which creat
:'ed tthe "ipoisqn ', in the blood, ana rit -.would :
;: have' been" murder to have attempted tcv.
. itiject^enough formalin 'to eradicate the .
poipon.-."- It -is a" powerful poison,, 'this
''formalin.;^ .:'■!;• ■"■■■ •-..•■•/..:■"-. "
"As I said before^' it Is largely an «xperg
ment. 'as: are'; hundreds ;of; ; other "thtaga.
which "have •come.; to: be";, recognized as:
Etand&rditreutment In certain cases. : It is
on» of those thingsrin j which we" have « to ;
waltand see .what the after effectsjare.;
It is.likely" thatthe formalin treatment- 13
all : right,', but untiU wo fcan see .the results
of th6~expextoehts,^lsdon't'think I r care
to say what' lts possibilities" -are-'* ; : " : -'i
Should the test^prove' the! . efficacy . of
formalin] 'In cases of blood Vpofsohtng; it
• ls-said/:it should have; a; Hkft '_ effect or£
; typhoid -j fever, ' scarlet-; fever. Influenza';
and other diseases'. _ - Formalin, is what! ?s
known' as a~ *> per cent. " solution of for ",
1 have taken ßipans Tabules /
foT headache arid severe pains ji :
*: in my stomach, which I used 4
I to get immediately aftei* neat- <
> in^. 1 saw Eipahs Tabitles
> advertised for such trouble,
} and decided to try thfem and f
> see if they would- do me any
I-. - -good. I can't explain, ray sur
[ prise when I saw what relief
f I experienced upon taking one ,
'vj.' ■■■■■.• ■■.■■■■■■ . ".■ .x nc nvC"Ccnt pacKtigc^Ja ior .3ij . , „ ; ■
p ■ ■ ordinsryfijOkicicisioiK" ■ The 'family :; l)ottlci'' : -'" : '.- "■--'■'•■"•'■•■■ C^-
Tuesd^SOth.
Sixteen thonsand yards of
Swiss, Nainsook, and Cambric
Emfc^deries^ \ ni^hased at about
half: pwrice andltobe soldjthesame
' : ]EmlwidOTes whose retail prices hares
averaged from io to :.; 65c. per yard T will
bVoffereC^is from 5 to 25c
per yard. ...
■fhey*rMfromxnediam narrow; up. to
'flooiiang'.^'widthLS^ aid we think they
ate^ :the -greatest^Embroidery values
everVffered at retail" "
f iTliat^a^bur : opinton r frbm i a careful
stu^ pf/ t&se- Edges and Insertings.
•^c believe your* will be the aaiaa
tc^day; ; ; '. .' _. y . •-■--.•-
lOnsaieia the centre. aisle.
maldehyde gas in i^ater, and it Is a'recog^
nized. antiseptic.. - > .'■
:'■ It ;; Is/certain ' that further ea^erta;nti
will ; too aw'ai tetl; with Interest. .
HOX. H. F. CBISMOSD?S FtTSERAI*
Great ■;'■': Gathering: ,-; at • ihe', - Baptist
Charclt in B'redericbslsurs.
FREDERICKSBURG, VA.'. .January 13.
. (Sp«ciaL>^Ths; funeral of Hon: : H. F- Cri»,
morid^'Who died suddenly at his home her<
Saturday.! evening 1 : took place : from th«
Baptist church this "afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
"Orie'of; the .largest crowds" ever presenf
at aTslirillar. service In this city filled th<
church: and the floral offerings wera verj
handsome! ".
Governor • Montague, who had ; espectei
to _at«ind ': as one of . the honorary pall>
•bea^er&fwas, detained in Richmond, and
'dldhriofc arrive. ; „: . . ; '" . ■ ■ ; ' I
I .'Among- s the" pall-bearers were, some o?
the ''tsiost*- prominent "citizens of this city
arid'fcpunty.'' ThC^ furiaral services wer»
conducted, by Revs. Dr. T. S. Dunaway
arid Dr. J. S: DHL
■ . Call to Ret, Mr. Bay lisa.
•DANVILLE, VA.. January 13.—<Spe
ciaI.)~The r: 'Re,v.;'F : ; 'J.':''-Bayllss» of New
York city, who; came hero last' July to
take :charse v ot- the; Open" Door Mission,
expects to 'leave; about ; the middle o*
February for northern"" Illinois, where ha
had a call to accent the pastorate .of th»
Farmer, City Methodist church." ;
Mr. Bayliss. has made many friends her*
during his' short residence. . ■ _-: '
WEDDED IN AMHERST,
aiarrlase of J. Kusaell BnTford nad
." ■'■-■ : Mlm ' Yada'-S. Watts. ' 'j ;
• (Correspondence of the Dispatch.)
PEDLAR" MELLS. VA:. January 17.—
A ' quiet f ' but " very : pretty wedding took
place: on the' 11th; at the! resldenca of Mr.
Oscar' Wat ts." near: tion. in Amherst'coun
ty,;."when-:his "daughter;-^' Miss Azada S.
■Watts. : iTsecame"th'e bride of, Mr. J: Russell
Burford. " " The -brtdar party" were ' preceded
by* ;Mis3'- Addle- Burford, -sister, of ;th»_
groom. ■■■.and'".airVVA.;.;" J M..':Padgett :;Th«
cereruony " was performed : by ' the. Rev. ..E.
hV. : Carson, of ; the \ Methodist Jchusch.;. Tho
.popularity of the bride was" "attested by
the rnanyrbeautlfurpresent3:recelved. Her
l6velirAS3 and attractive ".disposition- ars
acknowledged by. all.", -Tha' groom: Is>_
well:' known farmer of : Amherst ccynty,.
who : resides'- with his father.' Mr." Georsa
T." Burford, {near Pedlar ailllsl" where ta»
bridal party repaired ' soon ' afters the cere
irony to a reception." which" was" attended
by rVlatlyes ;ancl neighbors.'; .After 'an ele
gant : supper was; served, musics and . ct*t
.■werft; enjoyed. . .".'•' - -: - - - -
; Itdbliery of. Jewelrr Siorc.
SOITTHBEND, INE>.. January 13.—Bob
bers entered the Jewelry establishment or
R. M. ; Munch, 'on : south .Michigan street
last night, and ■carried; away; goods-ysl
ued at J5.C00. • There is no clus.

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