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FINALLY PASSEE fContltiiied From Flrst Pngo.) i of $3,000,000 whlch It assnrted wiih th cost of bulldlng the cut-off. Mlll ln I'naaiMl. .Senator Hnle waa ln fa->or of tln , measure. Ue snld tlint no not of Ih Leglslature of thls klnd could i-liungi thf ("?-?nslltutloii, nnd Iicciiiikp of thli fiift nlone, there wns no danger ln tlu blll. Contliiiilng. he declared thnt li vlrw of tlie cotidltlona, thls wus ti* . time for radlcal railroad legislatlon nnd nn Ioiir ns It won odmltted liy llh opposltlon that no harm could resul from tho enactment of tlie lnw, lu thought It best to pass tlie blll. Senator Walker thought the blll dan gerous, and feurod i-ompllcntlons whlch might nrlse In the future. S*ynntor Pnrks wbh also opposed tn the measuri', and urged tlio j>,.,iat-> tr fnllv rnnslder tho subject before It took a vote. t Tli* vote cnme as a surprlse to mnny members, wlio had been under the lm jiresslon that th* blll would be de? feated, or nt l?nnt passed by a small majorlty. Hpcrlnl Order*. Senator Man.i asked thnt the *'om mltte^ on General Laws be dlscharged from the further ronsliVrntlon of House hill No. 183, and thal. It be put upon lts p?SF<lge. Senntor Garrett oppose.i thla. as ln* "?aid lils ronstltuents wlshed to he heard on the matter before It i-nme upon the floor. Thls Is what Is known ?* the Massle chlld-labor blll, but ?whl-h has been so nmende,* that nt present it hetrs nn resemblance to Ita former nelt. ? Mr. Oarrett'a motlon prevnlled. and the blll was net as a speclal ord"r for lo-morrow. On motlon of Judge Mann, Senate blll No. 214. whieh provldes a retirement fund for publlc school teaehers. was set as r.. speclal order for Tuesday at 10:30 o'rlnrk. A communlcatlon from Ihe Governor was recelved, conveylng lnformation of the nppolntm??nt, subject to the conflrmation of the General Assembly, of the followlng ns members of the board of visltors of the Unlverslty of A'lrglnla: B. T.ite Irving. Big Stone Gap: O.-orf-e S. Sharkloford, Orange; Pnrlel Ifarmon, Charlottesville, and Wllllam V. Prewry. of Petersburg. fnr a term of four years, beglnnlng Feb? ruary 28, 1908. The communlcatlon also Informed the Stnate that the executive had appolnt? ed XV. B. Pradley, of Manchester. as a mpinber of tbe board of directors of the Vlrginla Penttentiary for a term of flve years. beglnnlng March 1, 1908. Houar A green. A message from tho House stated that that body had agreed to the Son ate resolution glvlng the United States government permission to erect a tem? porary post-offtee on the southeast cor? ner of the Capltoi grounds during the period of .construction of the new Fed? eral building for RIchmond. Senator Harman called up his blll prohlbltlng the m*Ue of cocalne. and lt ?was passed under a. suspension of the rules. Senator Strode moved that when the chalr be vacated at 2 o'clock the ses? sion be resumed at 4 o'clock to take up bills on the calendar, provid*-*d that nm more than three Senators objected to them. fiiator Lesner offered ?? an amend? ment, that when the Senate adjourn It do eo to meet at 12 o'clock to-morrow. Senator Lesner's amendment waa de? feated. and the Strode motlon was ndopted. Afternoon Seaalon. Thc afternoon session was wlthout special feature, as practlcally nothing but uncontested bllls were taken up, nll amendments offered belng accepted wlthout debate. None of them affected tlie blll serlously. . At times It was dltflcult to get a suftlclent number of votes to pass the bllls, and now and then one of the Senators had to move that a blll he passed by temporarlly until the cloak rooms and halls could be searched for members. The followlng bllls were passed: Houae Bllhi. To regulate the sale, dlstrlbutlon, rectlfylng, inaniifacture and distllling of intoxlcatlng llquors, and to prohibit the drlnking of intoxicants. and to impose licenso taxes thereon, and to repeal sectlon 141 and 142 of an act entitled "An act to amend and re-enact sectlons 76 to 147, lncluslve, of an act approved April 16, 1903, en? tltled an act to raisc revenue for tho support of the government and publlc free schools. and to pay the Interest on the publlc debt, and to provide a spe? cial tax for penslons as authorlzed hv sectlon, 189 of the Constitution, ap' proved February 19, 1904. To authorlzo any railroad company, wlth the consent of the State Cor? poratlon Commlssion, to construct, purchase or take a lease of any rail? road not exceeding twenty-five mlles *j?f?5< GREW MISS LEWIS' HAIR AND WE CAN PROVE IT Tha Graat Danderine Never Fails to Produce the Deslred Results MISS Lewis' hair wns very thin and it was less than two feet in length when she began using Danderine. She says her hair and scalp are now fairly tingling wlth now life and vlgour. That'S the main secret of this great remedy's suceess as a hair grower. It enlivens, invigorates and fairly electrifies the hfWP glatlds and tiSSUOS of the scalp, resultlng In a contlnuous and increasing growth Of thO hair. The following is a reproductfon of Miss Lewis' last letter: Dear Dnctor Knowlton:? January 3,1005. You know I told you ln my first letter that my hair would not reach much below my shoulders, and that all of it together only made one tiny braid. I am semling you my photograph, which I had taken at Stevens Bros. It tells the whole story better than I can tell it. Evcrybody I know is using Danderine, so you see I am doing something to show my appreciation. Sincerely yours. (Miss) EVA LEWIS. DanderinO stimulates the scalp, makes it healthy and keeps it so. It is the greatest scalp invigorator, therefore the greatest hair?prpdUCing remedy the world has ever known, It is a naturai food and a wholesome medicine for both the hair nnd scalp, Cven a small bottlo of it wlll put more genuine life in your hair than a gallon of any other hair tonio ever made. lt shows results from the very start. Now on sale at everv drug and toilet store in the land. Threo sizta, 25c, 50C and $1.00. Danderine receives the indorsement nnd recommendation of every druggist and hairdresser in America, and has over half a rnillion testimonials and letters of praisa from every section of tha country. LitMt Photograph of MISS IVA LEWIS 1171 Hamllton Avonuo, Ohloago, U. 8. A. CUT, THIS OUT* CBCC To show how, quickly DandprlnO acts we will send a large siimple ftee by return mail to anyoue who sends this Iree coupon to tbe KNOWLTON DANDERINE GO., Ohloago. III., with their name and address and 10 ceuts tu sllver or stamps to pay postatre. MOTHER Mrs. K. Kane, of Chicago, Uses Pe-ru-na in her family of five children, Grace. Myrtle, Edward, Reeves and e. I 1 Pe-ru-na in the Home. After all, experlence ls tho best teacher. Kome doctors may wrlte In favor of Peruna. Other doctors may wrlte agalnst It. But It is tho te-iU m?ny bt tlu- mothers and fathers who aro rearlng families, who love their children, who must cconomlzo as to doctor bllls, who are ralslngf llttle boys and glrls lnto mon and women of the future, It ls the testlmony of such people that really counts. There ls no way to posltlvely ascer taln how many fnnilllea In the Unlted States rely upon Peruna for the many clitnatlc ailments to whlch the famlly Is subject. The number must be a great one. Several mllllons perhaps. They have lenrned hoiv to une I'erunn for ordlnnry ailments, and In that way are Kuardlng their homes against more serious diseases. Such ailments b.? rnughs and colds, Bore throat and catarrb, croup and colic. indigestlon and loss of appetite, anaemla and norvotisness, all these ail? ments are promptly relleved by n few done* of Peruna nt tlie right tlme. Mllllons of provldent mothers and fathers are guardfng the .interests of the home by using Dr. HartTnan's great remedy, and proflting by his medlcal booklefN aml iierHonal advice. ln length, whlch wlll furnish a cut off or connecting line for the more eftlclent and ecoriomlcal transportation of traffic. To amend and re-enact sectlons 1963. 1S6S and 1D6S and to repeal section 1867 of the Code of Virginia ln rela? tion to pllots. To amend and rerenact an act ap? proved May II, 1903. entltled "An act to amend and re-enact an art entltled an act to provlde for working aud keeping In repalr tho ro.-ids and brldges of Russell countv, and to nu? thorlze the bonrd of supervfsors to borrow money for sald purpose," ap? proved February 21, 11*00, as amended by an act approved March 2S. 1903. Senate BHIa. To requlre all eleemosynary Instltu? tlons, hospltals, colleges, universltles, prlsons and reformntorles to report monthly to tho Audltor of Publlc Ac? counts ln detall tho manner in which all funds received by sald Instltutlons from the Commonwealth are dlsbursed. To amend and re-ennct sectlon 833 of tho Codo of Virginia, as heroto? fore amended, ln relation to the pow? ers and dutles of the board of su? pervlsors at annual meeting. by chang Ing the body of said section and by the addition of a new sectlon to be deslgnated ns sectlon S33a, whlch shall prescrlbe thc powers and dutles of boards of supervlsors ln relation to county and school levles. To provldo for enforclng the condl? tlons Imposed ln a condltlonal par-' don. To promote prompt transportation and dellvery by express companles, and to impo.se u forfeituro for the fallure Catarrhal Croup. Few people reallze how frequently croup is caused by catarrhal congestlon of the throat. Probably nine cases out of ten of croup is of the catarrhal va? riety. The medlcal professlon rerngnlzes three forms nf rroup. The s.pasmodic variety, membranous croup and ca? tarrhal croup. Nearly every caso is of the catarrhal variety, and a few doses -of Peruna taken ot the first appearance of the catarrhal symptoms is generally sufft cient to avert the attack of croup alto? gether. Croup is a frightful dlsease. No disease of chlldren so alarms tliehotiac . tc promptly transport and dellver wlth ; ln a reasonable time after the payment or tender of lawful tolls or charges, or I for demandlng or receiving more than j lawful tolls, and provldlng for the col I lectlon of sald penalty. To authorlzo tbo county school board | of the county of James City to use I the funds known as the "Hlclcory Neck ; Academy Fund" ln the purcha3ing of ; a lot and construction of a hlgh school : building at Toano, in sald county. To authorlze the Council of tho town [ of Chase City, ln Mecklenburg county, | Va.. to approprlate the sum of $500, \r so much thereof as may be necessary, for the purposo of alding in the pur? chase ot a lot in tho said town for the Chase City distrlct hlgh school building. To prohibit the sale or glvlng away or otherwlso dlspensing cocaine. alpha or beta oucane, or any mlxture of eithor, except on tho prescrlptlon of a llccnsed physielan, and prescrlblng a penalty therefor. To amond and re-enact sectlon 459 of the Code of Vlrginla, as amended and re-enacted by nn act approved February 9. 1898, as amended and re enacted by an act approved December 10. 1903. To ament and re-enact sectlon 15 of an act entitled "An act to submit to the qualified votera of tho town of Scottsvllle, in tho countles of Albe? marle and Fluvanna, Va., at a speclal electiori to be held therefor, the ques? tion of establlshlng a dlspensary for tho salo of intoxlcatlng llquors there in, and in the event of a majorlty of thoso votlng at sald olection vote BELIEVES IN PERUNA. '?S;;:.;:;?.;;, Wm. EDWARD~W A jliEALTHY fAMIDT Kept the Children Well. Mrs. K. Kane, 196 Sebor St., Flat 1, Chicago, 111., writes: "Peruna has been used so long in our family that I do not know how 1 could get along without it. , "I have given it to all of my five children at different times when they suffered with croup, colds and the many ailments that children are subject to, and am pleased to say that it has kept them m splendid health. "?-.;-:'.-.. . ,. "I have also used it for a catarrhal difhculty of long standing, and it cured me in a short time, so I have every reason to praise Peruna." hold. It ls Impossible to estimate how many homes have been prolected agalnst croup by tho proper use of Peruna. v Household Remedies. There ls no remedy in the world which has proven so popular for ca? tarrh as Peruna. It has been used for more than thlrty years. and cured thousands of cases, as proven by our testimonials. In the early hlstory of this country every family had its home-made medl cines. Herb teas, bitters, laxalives and tonics wero to be found in almost every for sald dlspensary, then further to provide for the establlshment and the conduct of the same. and to prohibit thereafter wlthln sald town the sale, barter, or exchange of Intoxlcatlng ll? quors by all persons, flrms or corpora? tlons as hereln provlded," approved De? cember 26, 1902. To amend and re-enact sectlorf 67 of the Code of Vlrginla of 1SS7. as amend? ed end re-enacted by an act approved March 5. 1894, as amended and re enacted by an act approved March 5, 1900, as amended and re-enacted by an act approved July 28, 1902, and amended and ro-enacted by nn act approved December 8. 1903, in relatlon to appointment of reglstrars. To amend and re-enact sectlon 7 of chapter 8 of tho revised charter of the city of Lynchburg, Acts 1895-1896. as nmonded by an act approved Aprli 2, 1902, Acts 1901-1902. To amend and re-enact an act of the General Assembly of Vlrginla, ap? proved March 3, 1900, and In force from lts passage, entltled "An act to provide a new charter for the city of Char? lottesville, and to repeal all acts In conslstcnt therewith." and to repeal. all acts, or parts of acts, tnconslstcnt with thls act. To amend and re-enact sectlon 3385 of thc Code of Virginia relatlng to bills of exception, etc. To amend and re-eftact an act enti house, compounded by the housewlfe, son*f*tlmes nsslsted by the apothecary or the famlly doctor. Furnlshlng medlcal compounds dlrect to the peoplo, through the drugglsts.. ls simply the extension of tho practlce begun by the people themselves. Nervous System a Wreck. John G. Hlrdler, Garfleld, Kan.. writes: "On December 2, 1899, I was injured by a fall on the Santa Fe railroad, and my entire nervoua sjntrin waa linpalred by the same. The help of a physielan was nseless. I believe I trled every Ged "An act requlrlng the; several county and dlstrlct school bOards of Vlrginla to mako and publlsh annual ly a statement of recelpts and dls bursements, and provlding a penalty for falling to do so," approved March 10. 1906. To amend nnd re-enact sectlon 28. subchapter vill of chapter 112 of Acts, of 1906, approved March 9, 1906, entl? tled "An act concernlng tho Bureau of Insurance, and Insurance. guaranty, trust, lndemnlty, fldellty, securlty and fraternal beneflt companles, assocla tlons, socletles and orders," and lm poslng penaltles for Its vlolatlon. To amend and re-enact sectlon 753 of the Code of Virginia, as amended and re-enacted by an act approved March 15, 1904, entltled "An act to amend and re-enact sectlon 753 of the Code of Vlrginla, ln relatlon to State deposltors," as amehded and re enacted by an act approvewd March 10, 1906. To prohibit the sale of glvlng away or otherwlso dlspensing cocalne, alpha, or beta oucano, or any mlxturo of elther, except on the prescrlptlon of a llcensed physielan, and prescrlblng a penalty therefor. To Incorporate tho town of Elkton, ln Rockingham county. To amend and ro-enact sectlon 1507 of the Codo of Vlrginla, as amended and ro-enacted by an act approved December 28, 1903. BLACKSTONE MATTER Sharp Debate in House of Delegates Yesterday Was Fea? ture of Session in Lower Branch?Many Bills Passed--As to Richmond Post-Office. Frlends of Judgo J. XV. G. Blackstone, rallylng to hls support on the floor of the House of Delegates yesterday, gavo every evldence tliat tlie Tldewater jurlst purposes to flght tho charges against hlm to the utmost. Wlth every? thlng to gain, and nothlng to lose, ho and hls frlends aro lining up for a legal battle, ln whlch no offort wlll bo left untrled to ro-cstablish the char? acter assallcd by tho report of tho Commlttee fpr Courts of Justlco. Apart from a splrlted debato on tho mothods of procedure In tlio Blackstone case. ln ?whlch frlends and foes dlvided the honors, Delegate Kew carrylng hls polnt for delay to Tuesday, the day was an uneventful or.o ln the House. An unusually largo number of small personal and uncontested bllls wore passed, the entire afternoon sesslon be? ing glven up to bllls to whlch there was no objectlon. Tlio House calen? dar was nearly cleared by thls day of small thlngs, nearly every blll coming from the Senate slde being, dlsposed of, For Slngle I.lst. Delegate Alden Bell, of Culpeper, got through the Houso n resolutlon deelar? lng for a slnglo list of tcxtbooks In tlie publlc schools of tho Stato. The resolutlon, wliloh goes to tho Senate for concurrence, is ns follows: "Be it resolved by tho House of Dele? gates (the Senato concurrlng), That the State Board of Educatlon be, and It hereby ls, requosted at Its noxt se? lectlon of text-books to select for use In tho public schools of tha State a standard, slnglo list. "Aiul that. ln onler to make thls change effectlve? "ltesolved. furthor, That tho State Board of Educatlon adopt a standard slnglo 11st of approved text-books, and ln the selectlon of tho books upon thl3 slnglo list those books at present most largely used ln tha schools of the State uhould ho preferred wliorever theso books are sutlsfnotory text-books, "That. ln thoso countlos where tho adoptlon of tlm slnglo list renders changes necessary, such changes should. be mado upon some gradual plan." Itlcliuiond'M Pont-Olllce. Senator Harman's resolutlon, glvlng permission to the Federal government to erect a temporary structuro in tlio southeast corner of tho Capltoi Square for a government post-ofllce, pending tho erectlon of tho new Federal build? ing, was called up and passed, wlth speeches In favor by Hon. M. M. Green, ot Fauq'uler, and Hon. Eugone Massio, of Richmond, und opposed by Hon. J. S Craig. of Goshen. No trees are to bo Injured by tho proposed structure, and the square ls to be rostorcd to its orlginal condl? tlon whon the bulldlng ls removed, wlthout nny expense belng Incurred hy the State. Delegato H. R. Houston, of Hampton, called up Houso blll No. 315, provldlng for nn lncreaao of 1 por cent. In tho salarles of commlssioners of revenue In small countles of tho Stato, who shall ttBsesa tsxabie property not exceeding $10,000. In excess of thls amount tho *rate of tho commlssion will be pre cisely tho samo as it Is at presant, wlth tho oxceptlon of commlssioners of revenuo of cltles. Hore tho coin niissions in excoss of $15,000 will bo ono quarter of 1 per cent. Commtssioncra of Reveunc. Mr. HoiiBton supported hls measure wlth an arruy of flgures, statlng that "theso offlcers are the most poorly pald ln the State." Mr. Houston brought out the fol? lowing facts in connection wlth tho merlts of tho blll: "You will Hnd from the State Audl tor's roport that thero aro 34 commls slonora who recelve loss than $100; 117 recelve less than $200; only 37 get over $300. and 13 over $400. The fol? lowlng nre some who como In the flrst named class: S. C. Bowers, of Carollne, ^Q^J^maaaavOLOp A most* wonderful remedy for bronchial affections. Free from opiates. in \nw -niv. Mr. John M. Stansberry, Amarillo, Tex., writes: " For several years 1 had catarrh of the stomach. I was hardly able to do anythlng, and could not eat with any satisfaction. ??When 1 commenced using Peruna, I weighed only 110 pounds. I took six bottles, commencing in the spring, and by the following winter I had gained 63 pounds. "I owe it all to Peruna. It cannot be praised too highly. "I am forty-five years old, and my occupation is that of architect and builder." one ln the vlclnlty, but all were allke and I remalned without strength. "I then trled Peruna, and after usin It for threo months wns -totnlly well T am seventy-one years old, and mj work on the rallroad is hard and tedl ous, but I can work like a young mat ln all kinds of weather, heat, cold. raln snow or storm allke. "Peruna is the purest and best medi? cine, and if used accordlng to dlrec tlons, It wlll help any person and cun any disease for whlch lt ls recom mended. I recommend thls medlcin* by my own experlence to any one suf? fering from an allment on the order 01 mlne." For Herself and Children. Mrs. Allne DePasse, 776 E. 165th St. New York. N. Y., wrltes: "It glves me pleasure to testlfy ti $58.39; L. E. Mosby, of Fluvanna. $63.71 W. M. Swlnk, of Rockbridge. $71.33 Otners who como In the class thnt re? ceive between $100 and $200: M. P Berry. of Madison, $101.93; XV. N. F Jones, of New Kont, $103.93. Delegate Bead, of Mecklenburg, oh jected to taklng hllls up out of tbeit order. The blll was supported by Mr J. S. Cralg, of Rockbridge, who ex? plained Its provisions at length. lt wm agreed to tako the bill up; nnd wher the tltle had been corrected lt was passed to Its engrossment. An to. Illackntonr. Delegate Withers aroso ln the House about noon and askod why the Black? stone matter had not been brought ur for settlement, prec.lpltatlng a length], discusslon, ln whlch various phnses ol the Blackstono affnlr saw dayllght through various colored glasos. Flnally a resolutlon passed tho House by whlch tho dlsctiBsIon of tho pro coedlngs to bo followed ln tho remova of Judgo Blackstone wero postponec untll noxt Tuesday at 11 o'clock. Delegato Rew, ot Acomac, fought Judgo Blackstone's battle. pleadlng foi "fair play." and demandlng time ir whlch to proparo hls case. Members of the Commlttee for Courts of Justice opposed unnecessary delay. Mr. With? ers called up his resolutlon amonding the commlttee .resolutlon. whlch recom mends that Judgo Blackstono bo re? moved on the charge of Immorality, and whlch reads: "And resolved further, Thnt tho Com? mlttees for Courts of Justlce of tho Sen ano and House of Delegates bo and the samo are hereby authorlzod and dlrected to slt In Joint sesslon, beglnnlng on tbe 23d day of March, 1908, at 2 P. M.. to hear such evldence ns said Judgo J. W. G. Blackstono may then offer to show cause why ho should not bo ro rnoved from tho offlce of judgo of thc Eleventh Judlclal Clrcult, and such evldence to tlio contrary as mny then be offcrod, and sald commltteo sliutl make report to thelr respectlve houses." "Resolved by tho Houso of Delegates, tho Sonato concurrlng. That the pres? ent sesslon of tho General Assembly be and tho same ls. hereby ext.-n.l ed' for a porlod of thlrty days from the day on whlch lt would othcrwlsc end accordlng to law. ???..'? : "Resolved. furthor. That whon tlie Genernl Assembly adjourus on tho itn of March, 1908, It adjourn to meet agaln on the 23d day of March at 12 o'clock." PctKlon For llelay. Mr. Masslt., chalrman of Uio commlt? teo whlch returned flndings agalnst Judgo Blackstone, asked thnt tho reso? lutlon be passed by untll Tuesday. Mr. Withers wlshed lt taken up at tlie af? ternoon sesslon. Delegato Rew objected to Mr. With ors's anioiidnients, referrlng to lt as n violntlon of confldence. He contlnued: "Judgo Blackstono ls entltled to fair plav ln thls matter. Whether lio Is gullty or whether ho ls Innoeent, he halls from my county. Thls ls a mat? tor of honor and eontldonue. In the commlttee room yesterday there wns n dlstlnct understandlng that thls report should be passed by untll Tuesday as a matter of courtesy to the gentleman from Accomac. "I have no purposo of offerlng a mlnorlty report, but from tho em bnrrasslng posltlon lu which thls Houso has been placed, I do ask tlme Iri whlch to make my own Investlgutlona. I ask my frlends on tho floor that thls reso? lutlon be passed hy for a reasonabie time. We wlll have to have an ex? tended sesslon, nnd a day or two makes no difference. T want to son tlio evldence In thls case printed. It ls true I am a member of tho commltteo tliat sat ln tho cuso nnd heard, the tos tlmonv, but my mlnd ls not lnflalllblo. I want to read tho evldenoe and study lt calmly," Sloriny Dehato, Mr. Hlll Montitgtio asked Mr. Rew wlth whom ho hud an ngronmont a,v to the mattor golng ovor to Tuesday. Mr. Row replled thnt tho ngreement was wlth the chairmnn of the Com? mlttee on Courts of .lustlco, Mr. Masslo, Mr. Moutugue objected that ho was the curative quallties of Peruna and ? Manalln. "I was ntllicted for over seven years Wlth cntnrrh of tlie hend, throat and dlgestlve orgium. I consulted many physicians, but they dld me no gond. "One day I happened to read somo ^estlmonlalE In your Peruna almanac' lt declded to try Peruna and Manalln." I bought. a bottle of each. and after taking them for a week I notlced a change for tho better. So I kept lt up nnd after uslng twelve bottles I was perfect ly cured. "I also gave tlie medicine to my ehildren. nnd they had the same bene flcinl result. I would never be wlthout theso remedies In the house. "I hlghly recommend Peruna- and Mannlln to nll my friends. and, in fact, to everybody." Thousands of famllles have learned to trust and belleve in Dr. Hartman'K. Judgment, nnd to rely on his remedy, Peruna. not present when thi.s agreement was ' made, whereupon Mr. Rew replled; "And I was not present when your subcommlttee made its report, owlng to slcknesa In my famlly. I ask that the cl.nlrman's promlse be carried out. nnd thnt thls mntter bo not taken up until Tuesday." Delegate Cooke Indorsed Mr. Row's posltion. Delay Dnng-vrous, Mr. "iVilliers argued for Immediiite consld-" oratlon. Mr. Ooolrlck ralled for tho resolu? tion. ivlilch waa adopted, Mr. Wlthers mov- | Ing ii. reconalder, and reopcnlng the question. Mr Wlthers miule a strong: nrgumant agalnst delay as most daugcroun to the ends of jus? tice. ,IIe continued; "Aftor tho Housn "? cifiices'upon thls resolution the Senate haa als.. to ngree. [( (he Senate consnmes as mueli llme ll nuiaiiH that thls i--sotuiu.ii wil! no'. become a lnw until the last day of the session. Every ilay you delay ls golng to I Jeopardlzjvtlie case. lf thls course Ih i.-iken It means tti.tt nll wo havo done amounts to abrolutcly iiotliln-*.'.' Mr. Iliuv w is agaln rerognlzed, nmid much ' dit-ordor in (he Houso. Delegates Montaguo und Featherston answered Mr. Rew. oppos ing any furth-.-r delny in taking up tho caso. Sheriff J. XV. Wllllams. of Southumpton. supported Mr. Rew. "It appoars to me that tli** gentlemen nro in a great hurry. If tho . evldence is wanted lt should be prlnted." Aflvr Mr. I'owers. of Carollne, Delegats Row agaln obtalned tho floor and again stated lils argument for postponement to ? Tuesday. statlng that ho had been assnred | hy tho chalrman that thls would be done. . and he thought as a mnttor of honor and integrity tho Houso should abide by tha agreement. Ualegato How Wlns. Pr. Powell. of Mecklenburg. put a sudden end to a discusslon which was overy mo* ment growing hotlor by rlslng to a polnt or order that the debate at that stago waa out of order, ln vlew of Mr. Goolrick's mo? tion, whlch had been passod. tho discusslon now bolng on a motion to reconalder. Th* ! chalr sustalned tho contention. ? Under the rullng of tho Speaker tho mo t.-on of Mr. Ooolrlck to adopt tlio resolutlnn to go ovor to Tuesday at 11 o'clock was passed. Tlio motlon to roconslder is stlll pending, and may be called up at any tlma. ' .ludge Blacltator.e's friends aro full of llght and show a disposltlon to tako advantage of every teohnlcallty. Tlie predlotion wns (ree ly made that ahould the. Leglslature art a-lvei-s.-ly to iho judgo the case will event- ' % ually timl ita way to the Supreme Court.' I1oii.no ItillM Pu.H.sed. Tho following House bills were pass? ed: To amend the charter of the town of Vlctina, iu tlie countv of Falrfax, sn as to conform tlm .sniiio to tho gon-'.vl eral laws of thi.s .State for the gov-" ! orntnont of citi.>.*i and towns. To amend and re-onnct an act entl? tled "An net to amend sectlon 3 of an act amendlng the charter of the town of Norton. ln Wise countv" (Acts of 1902-11-1). npproved May 9. 1903. To amend and re-enact an act entl? tled "An act to amend and ro-enact an (Continued on Fourth Page.> Do You Suffer With eumatism Accept the l.ilienil Offer ltelnc "Huda hy Polk nilller Drug Company. Teat liliolulds nt Thelr Expense. If you are .suffering wlth Rheuma? tism ln any of its forms, you will not neglect tlie liberal offer now belng made hy tho Polk Miller Drug Com? pany. S34 East Maln Streot. Just de? poslt $l witli thls rellablo firm anil get a bottle of Rholoids, the new ttent iiient for Rheuiuatisni. If, after uslrig same, you are uot satisilcd with th? results, they will return your money. Could a falrer offor he made? You really try the remedy wlthout expense. They certainly could not mako aucii nn offer lf Rholoids was not an article of iinumial merlt nnd one that would do all that ls clalmed tor lt. Belng ln globulo form, It ls easy nnd' pleasunt to take, nnd is hlghly succesa* fui ln tho treatment of Rheuniatlsni. ln all ltM forms, Nouralgla, Gotit, Dum? hago, I.ame Back. Ktdney, Bladder and such dtseasea arlslng from exceaslva Uric Acid. Hvery Rhoumatlc siifferer in Rich? mond ls lnvlted to accept thia lltmr*?? offer to-day. The Polk "dlller Drug Company, S3-I Enst Maln Street, Rich? mond, Va. Mall orders fllled.