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Dr .LVldy Called to IInrtsvillc, S. C, ai'id ls Coiisitleriiig the Mattcr; RETURNED ON YESTERDAY Local Taknl Draws Large Crowd at I'.lks' Bazaar?C; C. lones 1 Icarcl From. Manclicstcr Burcau, Tlmes-Dlspdtch, Xo. U02 JJull atreot. Rov. i:. V. Baldy, pastor of Btfln t Baptlst Churcli, has re Martsvlllo, .S. C, wliero i extended a enll to the the First Baptlst Chureh. stntod yesterday thnt he i mnttor undor consitlora tlbn. ih' tilso sald thnt It wns- erroncously rcportctl that bo had gono to ?Dnrllng ton to proach a ttial snrmon, Ho sald a ropresontatlvo of tlu- Hnrtsvllle Chureh camo here and attended hls servico, but at tho tlmc he was not awitrc of %'??'? Soutlr Curolinlnns m slon, A f. -.v days later ln- recelved fi flatterlng* caR and was n:-?!: ? .1 to takc tho chargo Immedlatoly. Ilo Informed tho chureh thnt ho wotild prefor look Ing over the fiohl beforo he accepted. Dr. Bnldv was most enthuslastlc over tlu; churcli. whlch has a congregatlon of 500. Thoro is a now btiildlng now iletloh, and whon flnlshod nt'aring co it will be tlst churcl of the handsor in the State. ln Drcn Crowd. =t Dup Chl at tho Elks' .1 ;;. ? besl :\n.\ s vet !>??? n ..put ad hothtng but lers, as woll as les wbich mado all light and articlpated were IthsUUiding the m P dk Mlllor t alght wns so lardly move in cllO ittr th t tln t ;. was oxcellent. ilch was renderod xci llcnt, and tho ilti >1 well ln the iow hl now on ex Tha Japant by Mr. Bu glrls partl Orlental costume. The dotible sextet. "A Moonlight StrplI," was tip to tho mark, and tho slx young ladles, wlth their escorts, looked exceptlonally woll, and tho muslc and words woro very elToctlvo. PoUowlng thi- Introductlons of the sbveral nurhhers, a tableau of the en tlre company was sliown, and varl colorod llghts thrown upon it. Mrs. WHiam Patteson, asslsted by tho Mlsscs Owen, nccompllshed a great deal towards maklng the ontortaln inent a success, slnco tlmv drilled the chorus and directed tho.work. Frlday alght wlll bo another bannor lilght ln th.- entortatnment line. Free nitm and AVilson, well known to Jlan cliester andiences, wlll he on the bonrds, nnd they will ho asslsted by Miss DiiL-llo Ginter. The plbccs to be rendered will ho "in Araudevillo" and "Mr. and Mrs. Dodge.' Both of thoso aro burlesqties, and they promise to lnake good in every particular. Crocodlle Jouch. Prank Andersori and -lini Nunnally havo oach recelved a haiul.sonie eroeo* dlle from C. C. Joni berriathiE in Florld The ".joiios twins. blbition ln the wlndow of Wolslger--& Anclerson. Tliey havo already Hn-n christoiiod "C. C." nnd "Clear AVator." lt is needless to say why tho latter mimo was glven. ' Jlni Kunnally says h.. is golng to put a haltor around hls, as ho does not deslro that it shall strbij - S'1 !Ks aPa?mont aftor ho has bono to th..- arms oi Morphous. To lloston Cn.NNo.s T',?,'i'Ui n!,aI-'S,t,e,rfleld ch?lHor of tho Liutod paughters uf tho Cohfederacy has invlted lt. E. fa Cump, Cohfed erte A'eterans, Pickett Canip, Coufed erate Veterans; tlio R. E. Roe Camn bom, of Voterans; tho Joseph E. John ston Ump, Confederato Vetomns, and tlo- \\. 13. WooldridgO L'aiup, ?Confeu crate Veterans, to. be present ut the bostowa.1 of crosscs of lionor, whh-h wlll takc placo at Leader Hall, Mun chester, on the night ei May 2lst, at b o clock. Tho- RIchniond Chapter, United Daughters ol tlo- Confcderacy. have accepted an Invitatlon to assl'st tho Chestertleld Chapter in presentlng tho crosscs to voti rans of th,. Josoph 10 Johnston and W. Ii. Wooldrldge Camps Confederato Veterans, and to norl camp mombers, and to make thi casion a Joint one, presentlng crosscs <.f hohor at tlie. same tlmo and placo tr veterans of '?R'lchnyind camps, I*<'rso"iiais and liricfs. ProfosBor McAre'y and .1. \V. Ragan, ol Imboden,' Ark? are visitin^- \v. E, Ragan, of No. 1007 Seinmos Streot. lt of erato Evqn if mt-rcury and potash coul eondilion in which these strong mine "curc worse than the disease." Bu' they can only cover up the symptoi the sy.stL'in, butassoon as the treatn retuni. Mercury aml potash eat out howols, produco chrouic dyspepsia by teetu U> deeay, and often completely b they are used in large quautities. t no nuii-io iuuib """' iJl??'-?.)?-<- u" "*-" I-'rom Phlladelphla thev wlll go to caunt of this Now York for a .stay of elght.days. Blds for tho now school buildlng Th(.y wfn rnturn to Hampfon Roads wlll bo opened to-day. I Juno Sth. nnd roinuiii until ufter Prosi The Almshouso Gommltteo will meet aent Roosavelt's next vlslt to thc In.nitrli! Ill eollgidcl- t llO I n VOSt i C.'l tlo II - of that inslltutloh and draw up a ro? port. _ WARRANT MAY BE FOR SCRUGHAM One of Thrce Insurance Commit tccnicn to Be Indiclcd. Says Sniyth. N13W YORK, May 15.?A warrant oharglng forgery against one1 of the defendanta ln the case against Goorgo R. Scrugham, managor of tho lntoriia tlonal pollcy-holders' committeo; I Charles P. Carrlngton and Charlos Stirrup, under arrost on a chargo of conspiracy, will be uskod for by the inosecution, aueordingr to an nnnounce inoht mado by Assistant Dlstrlct Attor iiiy Sniyth ln court to-day. Mr, Smyth's annouricoment camo after ho had lnformcd tho court that ho had oulv one moro wltnoss, Loon Tbb'rlner, nf Washlngton. Ho said Mr. TobrJner will bo ready to teatify next Monday, and ho asked that tho hoaring bo ad journed until that time. "After our evldonce is all in," sald Mr. Snivth. in asking for tho adjourn ment, "l will loavQ it to Your Ilonor whother a warrant oharglng forgery shall bo issuod against one of thoso dcfendants." ? opposiyc niaiic'iiATiox. I-'nriiicrs' Union of Georgln Strong Against Movcincul. ATLANTA, GA., May 15,?The Far inor.s' Union, of Georgia, weut on rec ord hero to-day as opposlng the pros .-iit Immlgratlon movenient, Tho ros blution bpppsed the mbyemont on tho ground thnt lt would brlng Into the Stato undesirablo cltlzcns; that it would crowd nallvo Goorgians from tho factorles by ostabllshlng lowor wago rates, and that it would lncrcase tho prbductlon of cotton and thoreby lowor tho prlcos of tho staplo. The resolutlon furthpr urfjed upoii tlio Gen? eral Assembly at Its coming sosslon that no furthor approprlatlons In fur thoranco of the movfilent shall bo -?- , Collrifo Aliunnl, 01 will ho had by tlio nlumnl of < ?oll.-ifo at tho JcfTerson Hnu-1 on tornoon at t;30 o'clock, All tho ?f tlio nsuoclntlon who doulro lo roqiieiteil to notlfy tho nsBocln v in ordor thut provlalon inay bo them. Otherwlse only BUfftclent i lio Inlil lo supjily tho?H nnnounc vitiu-,, tindr Intontlon to partlcl (.1 cure Contagious Blood Poison the rals leave trtesysteiu would make tlie thoy carinot cure the vile disorder; us for awliile or tnask tlie diseasc in erit is kft oll the hideous symptonis the delicate ljnitig of the stomat:h and drying up the gastric juices, cause the reak down the constitution, and wliere le boneg bcconie aflected, while tlie aken this destruetive tre.ihneur hna ."ith. It 13 a vilc, dangerous and dcstructivo disordcr, When tlie blood ecpraes mfected with ita viruu the mouth und throat ulcerate, hair aml eye irows come out, glands in the nccle aud groin ewell, copper-colorcd spotE .ppear on tlie fltsh, aud in seyere cases sores break out on the body, thc met jiails drop oll and tbe r.uilercr iu diseased from head to foot. S. 8. S s the only known antidote for Coiitagiouu Blood Poison?the one reroedv hat isahletp get to the root oj the disease and force out every partirlc o he poispn PO that there are never any signB of ita return. lt is purelj 'egetaUc-, niade entlrely from ??**?, herbs and barks of known ciirativt ralue. Jnstead ot leaving bad after-effects as some medicineB do, S. 8, S ones up every part of tbe systcin and p?ts every part of the body lu pcrfte lealth. It will also remove any hngerhig eflectfl of fonner mineral tieatiuc-n vhi eeraubea ing he poison ir.mi tlie circulation, Special book on thc hom, reatnient ot this distahe und any medlcal adviee desia-d furnished free to al rvho wnte. THE SWIFT g^g CQ^ ATLANTAj GA uuii.usi.unil j^.\|lunlLII>ll, JUI1U 1IIII1, SUll ing on June 12th for Boston and lator returnlng homo. The Amerlcan battle'shlps go to Now York?tho Connoctiout, lowa, Ohlo and indlnna to North Rlver, and tho Rhode Island to TUmpklnsvllle. The only remalhlng forelgn ships in rlaiiipton Roads nre the threo Brazll ians and tho Argentlnp training crtils er, Presldente Sarmlento. -:-? M13ET IX DF.TItOIT XEXT. Wooilriien Eh-efed Ofliocrs ni the Me'et ing ln Norfolk. NORFOLK, VA., May 15.?Tho- con tinued sosslon of tho Woodmen of the World here to-day was devotod al most bxclusivoly to eloctlon of olllcers and the seloctlon of tho next place of conventlon, and aftor a debate lastlng for nearly an hour, that honor was ao corded Detroit, Mich. A strong wavc of sontlment was for Topeka, ICan., but tho dclogates on learnlng thplt that place was a "dry tow-n" quiokly threw tholr suppOrt to Detroit. Tho Woodmen's clrcle also elected offlcers as follows: Supreme Guar'dlan Eiiiraa II. Manchestor, of Omaha, Ncb. Supreme Advlsor, Dula A. Markwell, of Little Rock, Ark.: Supreme Olerk, Anna MCDonagh, of Detroit. Mlch; Supreme Banker, Ida M. Koily, of Davenport la.; Supromo Fhysidan, Dr. Jonnlc Callfas, of St. Lonls, Mo.; Supromi Chaplaln, Annlo Watts, of Moridan Mlss.; Sprdmo Atten'dant, Aniando Iseman, of Paducah, Ky.; Supreme In ner SoiHInol, Kato Manning. of Soutl Bend, Ind.; Suprbnio Outsido Sontlnel Edlth Mnrtln, of Merrill, Wls.; Suprom< Board of Mnnagors?F.llr.n D. Pattor son, of ITouston, Tex'.'i Susle McKellop of Muscogeo, I. T.: Mary Taylor, ol S.in Antonlo, Tox.; Mary Da Rocca, ol St. Paul, Mlnn., and Hadassa Jphnson of Columbus, O. -? ciia'Rgb AIIDUCTION. Mati) Sixfy VnnrM of Ag<>, 1'iidcr Arrt'H' ln i.yix-libnrg. VYNCHBURO, VA., May IS.?Sirau E. Ilauscnfluck, of Shenandoah bounty was arrostod here to-day on a warrari s'worn out by .Tohn W. Rudolpb, o Toni's Brook, that county, charglnt liirn wlth kldnapplng nnd abfluctihi hla daughtor, Mamlp Rudnlph, age< nlnctcen years. Wausonfliick, who L about slxiy yoars of ngo, nnd who I: well knowri ln his homo county, wa locked up ln a cell at the pollcc sta tlon. Ile protosts his Innocencc. victui of .rm ciiow fiOT OJVB 0I3XT PAHACI WASIIINGTOISTi D. 0,, May 1 r,.?li tho caso nf W. TT. H. TIart vs. tln Porihsylvanln Rallroad Conipany. a Jur; ln tho Supromo Court of tho Dlatrle of Columbia to-day brought In n vor dict for ono cent In dainagos. ITart Who, it Lt oiiiiinnd, 1h q nogro, U'O ejootod from ? traln In Marvlit?..l li moI and placcd In Jall nt Elkton oi tho chnrgp of %'Iolatlng tho ".Iliu Crow' law. li.- Ih n practlclng attbrnoy li thls clty, nnd wns nt ono time prlvnb Hocrotn'ry to Wllllam M. Evarts whll. lu- was Soliator from Now York. COXXKCT MTGHOIOS WITH imowxsvii.i.i: siiootix< WASHlNGTON. D. C, May 15.?DI roct toatlmpny connoptlng nogro noi diera wlth tho shootlng nffray a BrownsYlllo, Toxas, on llio nlght o August Ksth last. was gjvon to-da* ln tho Inyoatlgatlon bolng conduotoi by tho Senato Comirilttoo <m Mllitar Affulrs, I'ltOPESSou sampsox i)ii:s. I'or Mimy VoiU'H M<- Wiin I'rliiclpnl n I'nntopN Acndeiiiy. Xenr Char toiU-Nvllle. [Sppnjal to Tho TlmOK-Dispntch.l CHARB.0T13SVIDE, VA., May lfi Profossor John tt. Samp'son. n wldojy Itnown oduoator, and i'or pypr twnnt youra hondmustor nf Puutppa Aeadoinj ono nf tbc best Itnown propni-ntor Btiltools In U)p South, puHSo.l nwuv |UB night aftor a llngorlpg lllnosa o llrlght'a dlseaao. For tlio pnst to wooks hla snlterlng had boon Intoiim John Buhho) SnmpBon wns born Jun If., 1 sr.O, within thu walls of tho Thoo inglonl Somlnnry, thon at flainuden Sldney, Vn,, ln which Instltiitlon hl fnther wns profesgor. Tho sofi c ?ninols Knmiisnn, D. 11., and Cnrolln Dudloy, ho was doBcondod from }ro<u pt-oplo woll known throughout man gonpratjons, his nnoontorn on all Hld< havlny sought tho Now World to OBcnp the porsoontlonB of th,.. oid ln vfnm and lOngliind. Edueatofl at Hampdor, bhlnpy ami tho Unlverslty of Virglnh and aftorwardK through vours of stud aud travcl abroud, ho becuino profcf For 12 tops of Red Matal cap from Large Mnlt-Nutrino Bottle with Gald Trade-mark or 24 froi Split BottleswitliBlackTradc-mar and 15c for poshige,we will scn one o( our Vientia Art Plates t any oddrcas in tho United Stnto sor at.Davidson Collego, N. J*. After elght years ;he jolned tho Kev. Edgnr Woods, hls f/ather-In-luw at Pantop's Academy, soon taklng eiitlro chargo, und maklng it for twenty nnd more years fiimous and suecc'ossful: Por more than thlrty years he was a rul ing elder in tlie ProsbytorJah Chureh. Ho ls*:survived by his wife and two young daugh.to.rs. Thero also reinaln hls two sisters, Mrs. Mary S. Dlipuy aud Mrs. Aliee Baskorvllle, and his brother, Rev. Thornton H. Sampson; D. IX, of tho Thoologlcal Scmindry; Austin, Texas. OBITUARY. Mrs. Andrew Kilolhlut. Mrs. Wllhelmlnn Kathrino Edclblut died ut tlie residence of her husband, Mr; Andrew Edelblut, No. 1014 West Marshall Street, yesterday mornlng at 5:30 o*_cloek. Mrs." Edelblut was forty-ninc years of age, und had becn slck for a lonjr tlme. She is survived by her husband and the followlng children: Messrs. Georgo II.. William A., Alex. Frederick, Wai? ter Joseph und Mrs. ,1. .1. Mlllor, XV. M. Bickers, Jr., "Mlsses Agnes, Graco und Katlirlne. Tho funeral"'will tukb place at St, Mary's Gormarr Cathollc Chureh with reqnjem hlgli Imass to-morrow morn? lng t\t '.) o'clook. TJio interment wlll be iii tlie Gormaii Cemetory. The followlng wlll act as pall bearers: Honorary?Messrs. VV. M. Bickers, Si*., George B. Bllley, John M. Hulchor. Joseph XV. Bli.tey. Actlve? Messrs. Joseph Kusterer,. August Boeh ling, G. II. l'lugeman, Joseph Hulchcr, Andrew Wisemah, John Hobert, Eco nard Koslor and Garrctt O'Conneil. .Ilrs. IJIvlrii M. Scott. Mrs. Elvlra M. Scott, wifo of Cap tajn Sldnoy Scott, I'ormerly of Amelia, dled ut '2 o'clock yesterday mornlng in tlie residence of Mr. Robert K. Pei-kin son, No. 2423 Park Avenue. The funeral services will bo hold at tho grave in Hollywood at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Miss Grace Irt'jic Ford Miss Graco lrcno Ford, daughter of Mr. Charles T. and Mrs. Kute T. Ford, died yesterday at her homo, No. Z20 North Nlneti enth Street. Tlio funeral v.ill bo hold nt 10 o'clock to-morrow mornlng from St. Patrlck's Chureh. Interment wlll be ln Mount Calvary Cemotery. Georue StUzcr. Mr. Georgo Stltzci*. sixty-one years of age, died yesterday nt his residence, No. 517 Chureh Stroet. He leaves elght children to mourn hls loss?four girls and four boys?also flve sisters and brothors. Tlio funeral wlll bo hold at 1 o'clock to-ilay from the rosidonco, Intenneul will be In Rivervlew Cemotery. Iteddlilg tVllcOX. [Speclal to Tho Tlmes-I dspa.tch.'l SPENCER, N. C, May 15.?Rodding Wlhox, ii well-known employe of tlie Southorn Railway Company. at thls place, ,li,:(i at a hotol hero lato last nik'ht of pnoumonia; from whlch ho 11 it tl boon critlcally ill for ton days, His condltlon had heen dospcrato for two davs und hls relatlves at. Lum? berton, his former homo, had been sum moncd to his hedside. "He was twenty olght years old, aud leaves a wife nnd young chlld, bosides a father nnd mother nnd throe slstors. A brother was klllcd ln a railroad accident at Humlut. two months ago. ciinliiln Hobert J. Porrcnt. [Speclal toTho Tlmes-Dlspatch.] NEWPORT NEWS, VA., May 15.? Captain Roburt J. Forrestj chalrman or tho board or suporvlsors of York coun? ty, dled suddotlly to-dny ln hls sevonty llrst vi-ar. Captain Forrost was color bbdror fnr tlm York Rarigors during tha Civil War. and nt tho bloody hattlo ol" Shurpsburg ho was coinmbnded for bruvory, aftor lio liad hnd tho colors shot from his hands threo tlmes, only to 1)0 plclcod up and earrlod forward agaln. J. A. Itoiinily. [Snoola'l to Tli? TlrnoK-DlsiiMch. I NEWPORT NEWS, VA., Mny 15.?J. A. Ruuiuly, a wealthy n.-tlrud buslposs iiiuii ol' Mliwiiukeu, ninety yeurs old, dled nt tbe Clutnihorlln ilolol at Old i'niiit to-day from Brlght's disease, Mr. Roundy hud como down to poo tho Juiliestown Exposltlon. "death s. Fuisn.?hi"d, May 15, pji>7, al. her lionio. 320 Nortli Nliiotoeiith Streel, GltACE lRENWi daugliter of Clius. T. nud Nuto T. Ford. Funeral FR1IMV, 1.0 A. M? from St, I'atiMik's Chureh. Jiiteriiient Mt, ? L'nlviiry. SCOTT.?Dled. nt tho rosidonco of Mr Robert I',. ivrkinsiin, '2\2'2 Pnrk Ave lllio, nt 2 A M., Wednesiluy, tho 15tl: liiKlnt, Mrs. EIV1RA M. SCQIT wll'e of Captaln Sldnoy Scntt, former ly nf Amelia. Sorvlces nt tlio grave ln llollywooi nl I I'. M. Tlft'ltsnAV. Frh-nds nm lii'(|uliintiiiiecs invltod to iittetid. STlT/.cu.?Dled, at hls roBldonoo, 51' Chureh .stroet, Mr. OEORCiH STIT 'AVM, uifod Hlxty-oiio yoars. lio leayoi elght I'hlldron to mourn hls loss four girls und four boys?also llv< slstors and two brothnrs. ,..",,'.. Funornl wlll tako placo at l o'olocl from rosidonco. Burlul In iilvervlov Coiuetery, Found in its highest and most ef1ec__ve form grown in the Province of Saaz, Bohemia, is crea a great stir in the medical world because o? its ti and curative proper_.es for stomach dlsorders. Kl "-__! B &* A is prepared exclusively and the very highest gi is a real Malt Extracfc cent. o? extractive mat cent. of alcohol. Positively Nc Sealed Proposals. 5S0.000 OF TWENTV-YEAR COUPOtf bonds, intorost payablo somi-annually, for' sale by Ainherst county. Va., bonds ln denomlnalloii of ?DnO nnd $1,000. to soll at par for lowest rate of interest offcred. Sealed blds for tho whole, or any par't of the Issuu, wlll be recelved, and inforinalion fur nishod by the underslgned. Blds opened Juno 4tli at 12 N. at Amherst Courthottso, A'n. Rlght reserved to rujoct any or all blds. O. 1m 1-rVANK (Chalrman), S. TUCKER WIIITEIIEAD, TTIOMAK AV1IITEHEAD, Coniuiltteo Board Suporvlsors. Ainherst, A'a. NOTICE?THB BOARD OF SUPER vlsors, GreenoHvIlle county, Vtu, wlll on tho TH1RD MONDAY IN MAY, 1907 (May 20, 1007), at 12 o'clock noon, reeeive blds for roplaclng tho "Long Rrldgu" in Zlon Dlstrlct of sald county wlth a stoel structnre. Bridgo abovit 180 feot long.. Speclflcatlons mado known on above dato. Board reservos hlght to raject any or all blds. By ordor of the "Board. E. REVTON TURNER, Clerk. Aprll 1G, 1907. SEALRD BIDS AVILR BE RECETVED by tho School Board of tho Clty of Cllfton Forge, Ara., for the oroctlon of on additlon of elglit rooms to tho prosont school bnlldlng. Blds wlll he recelved untll 12 o'oloek noon nn Mondny, May 20, 1007. The plaris nnd spoelflcatlons cori be noon at the store of Moody & Co. The School Board resorves tho rlght to rojcot any and all blds. AV. C. MOODY, Chalrman. Summer Eesorts. Hotel Wachapreague. t'open all tho Noarost Soasldo Re'sort north of Janies town. (Fresh and Halt Walor Btitha freo). Irnprovemonla 1907; Islnuil ilouso opcn Jtino 1st. Sunnner exourslon boat urrangcd slnil lar to Sunimor trolley ear plylng bctween tho hotols (fr;ee to guoata), Hnlt Wntor Baths in Hotel AVacha prbaguc, Cheap ratos for Flshlng, Drjvlng and Outlng. (Burf Rathlng, Flshlng and Sbootlng *?"?4"?"r" from these Saazer Hops > rade o_ Bar.ey Malt. Il containing over 14 per .er and less than 2 per m-Intoxicatrng. sh?St, Louis, _rs of the idweiser Beer STRAIGHT RAWrtSU UKD-R THB HATROHAL 1~JI_J FOOD IAV AND DHUO ACTS. 9<. THE S-ilL- G. KELLY.CO.'-ac/ mCMt-ON., VA. FOR THIS STAM1 1 lt on all our frooda. lt moana ITncle Sam ilE RUHB AND BTRA.IG1IT. You buy fllroct w re wholuaale dUtrlbutote to tho conaumer. A.11 Ipped ln neat, plaln puckugea, expruua c-barRoa rlce named. undcr our full Kuuruntou. Money c -6 not entlrely sallafac*tory. Spoclal prlcea on ln t, prlco-llat and full Informatlon. l'rompt city 4 Quarta, B Quarti rer (best tho world over) .. *.i 10 ' $5 115 .1-3 (Old Corn Whiskey)_2 00 4 05 il Kenny Malt WhUkcy.3 25 0 25 Hldge (Va. Mntinliilii). 4. 00 7 50 i JUlver Ryo (bnttlt-d In t.omi) 8 115 1 65 e liarrou'B Buchu liln.8 40 0-5 j-.v.-_r-oia Kentucky Ryo. ' .-year-old *N'. C. C'om.t l-year-old Applo Urandy. l-ye_r-old fcach Brandy. lotln.-id Gln ". i Btono Jiijt and snfely packed ln plaln caso. Al I and 12-qit?rt price provulla on rnlxed order 50 centa for aliiptnenta weat uf Mlaalaalppl . "J v Importera, Distillers '.j _._lC.y and Diatributors Uli ORDERS IllOaiTTLT FI-LEU. Local and ____tasasasmssm C. LUMSDE 1 Jewelers and STERLING SILVER F Teaspoon.s, dozon. S7.00 nnd upwar $18.00 upwaras. Tablespoons or ForKsi 53.50 to 570.00. Candicsticks, each, $5.00 CHESTS OF _ Handsonio Ouk or Mahogany Chest DOZEN 1'IBCKK?Tablo and Dessert 1 5100 and upward. Chosts of dlfforrnt combination am plecc-s at prlceu to co.rrespond. 731 Mai> I.umsdon always welcomcs a compa Corrugated and V-Crimp Roof "Bestoid" Sfffi^l Rubber Roofing. Carey's Magnesia Cement Roofing. Tarred Paper. Tin Plate. Hardware, Lime, Cerri THE OLD ORIGL Guara Strictly Pure an John L. Brancli & Coi Vt D VJa_ For further Informatlon send for book lot to A. H, G. MEARB. Wachapreague, Va. WillTIOKACE 1NN, Adlrondacks, Rako Plaeld, N. Y. Open Juno lMh. AVrlto l'or booklet, lIAflRINGTON Mil.l.K, Mgr., Hotel Orafton, AVashlng ton, D. U. Meetings. MOT1CI0.?THE NMCXT M10ET1NG . OF tho Vlrglnla Stato Board of Dental Examlners wlll bo held at tho Medl oal Co'lego of Vlrglnla, Rlchmond. Va., on TUESDAV, Juno 11, 1900, bo glnnlng at 9 A, M. R. H. AVARKER, Socrotary, The Valentine Museum, ?l'\VKia.-TH AND ci.ay strkets. Opun dally from 0 A. M. to G V. M, AU mioslon, -5 ccnts. l-'roo on Buturday, IL an bo savod by ratlon. Muollor'i dalry ls a coinpl tllonts?Is paluta o.'its or lnlllfeed, AVhy not ordei to supply you; if Bond pustal f Do it to-day. Be S. T. BEVE 1217 E. :n & son, Silvcrsmiths. OR SPRING BRIDES. Js. Dessert Spoona or Forks, dozen. dozon, $20.00 upwards. Dlahes, each, to $20.00, V.iseH. cacb. $5.00 to $50.00. ILVERWARE. wlth look und key, contylnlng, F1VE orks, Tablo, Tca. aud Dossurt Spoona. for a largor nnd grc'ater number of i Strect. rlson of prices. 1557 E. Main St. a Richmond, Va. ng, Palnted* and Galvanized. ent,Terra Cotfca Pipe M VAL STANDARD ntecd J Full Measure. npany, Richmond, Va. - Manchester,Va. ho judlolous uso of n properly-bulancod Jlolasrios Gruins for tho stablu und ito food. Jt'u compoBOd of pme Ingro ilo, wholosonio and rlcher than corn, Lheroforo requlrcs lesa. somo to-day? Your dealor will bo glud not, wo will. ?r pamphlot on "Kcnuomlcul Faeflljjg," ter still, sond us un order. UDGE & CO., Distributors, Cary Street, Richmond, Va.