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11? Bcvcral Witnesses for thc Dcfctul ant Examined in thc Dry. ' Fork Case. PROVES GOOD CHARACTER "Business Men Tcstify That He Is Upright aml Pays His Debt.. ./ [Special to The Tlm??*DI_|J?tch.'J DANVILLE. va.. April 27.?The ex? amlnatlon of the mnny wltnesses who hav,-. been summoned for the defense ln the trlal of T. M. Angle. presldent and genorai manager of thc Dry Fork Distilllng Company. charged wltli ex tenslve reve.iue frauds nn the govern? mont, was begun to-day. The prose? cution concluded Its cnse^shortly nfter the convenlng- of court thls mornlng ?with the introductioii of additional dOc umentary evidence and the reports of governmont offlclnls ?nd graln dealers showing the amotint of raw material shlpped to the distlllery. Several wltnesses. lncludlng W. B. Lowls, manager for tlio local branch of the Amerlcan Tobacco Company, and D. L. Morton. who ls eonneeted with Acree's Warehouse, wero put on tho otand bv tho defense. Thoy testltied thnt they had known the defendant for years, aiid that they had heard noth 1-ig against hls character, wltli the posslble exceptlon of tho oharges mnde hy the governmont ln thls and other cases. He was regarded as an upright man. who pald his debts and fuiflllod his obllgations. J. A. Pruitt. who. it Is allo;,-ecl, had acted as agent for tho Dry Fork Com? panv ln tho disposltlon of alleged blockade whiskey, was plaxed on tho stand for the purpose of showing that many barrels of the whiskey shlpped undor fletttioup names from Dry Fdrk had beon shAflped by other whiskey dealers doMg business at that place. Pruitt 1 /"hlmself under Indlctment in connA_fion with the Dry Fork cases. arrVl refused to answer a number of rfuestlons on the ground that the an* ?'srwers mlght lncrlmlnate hlm. Samuel Morgan. former storekeepor and gauger at the distlllery. wns ex? amined on a 'number of goyernmont records which mlght appear dtimiiglng to tho defenso. Morgan is also under indlctment for conspiracy. Major Jones nnd Sldney Jones. who have been eonneeted wlth the whiskey ?business at Dry Fork. were examined for the purpose of showing that much of the raw material purchased by Mr. Angle was sold to other distllleries or used to feod plgs and cattle. MH. TUKNBOi.I*. B.ESIGNS. ?fletnTOi* From Brunswlck Comiulttec, Whleh Adopts Itesolutlons. rSreclal to The Tlmes-Dispatch.] LAWREN'CEVILLE, VA.. Aprll 37.? At a meeting of tho Democratic Com? mlttee to-dav it was declded to hold a mass-meetlng of the Democratic party here on the fourth Monday in Mav" to select delegates to the State conventlon. to be held in Roanoke on June 11th. Hon. Robert Turnbull ten? dered hls rcslgnatlon as chalrman. and Mr. Charles S. Barrow was elected to flll the vacancy occasloned by tbe reslenatlon. Tho followlnp: resolutlons were passed expresslng the gratltude of the party to Mr. Turnbull for hls past servlces as county chalrman: Resolved. That whereas the Hon. Robert Turnbull. chalrman oj the Democratic party of Brunswlck countv. and has been for many years,' to-day offors hls reslgnatiou as chalrman. and in aceeptlng his resignatlon the Democsatio party of this county. through its commlttee, herebv tenders Its thanks to Mr. Turnbull for hls untirlng energy, true and loyal devotion to tho partv, and hls wlllingness at all times and under all circumstances ?wlthout fear or favor to discharge the dutles of sald offlce, and we would say that we regrot exceed lngly that lt becomes necessary for us to have to excuse hlm froni fur? ther dutles, but we recognlze thc fnct that he ls entltled to hlgher honoi"*-: therefore we relleve him wl.th .trhe lfopo and bellef that the fellow Democrats of the Fourth Congresslonal District will call him to hlgher servlces. wliero ho can not only serve hls countymen better. but the district and State as well. Resolved. socond, That a copy of these resolutlons be sont to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. Blackstone Courler. Lunenburg Times and Brunswlck Gnzetto for publicatlon. and a copy be preserved on our minutes. ON TOUR OF PALESTIXK. Rev. Mr. l.c.-ike and Pnrty Havlng n Deiightfiil Trip. [Special to The TlmeH-Dlspatch.] WEST; POINT. VA., April -7.?A let? ter recelved by frlonds in West Point, announces that the Rev. XV. S. Leake, Baptist State evangolist, si.d Mrs. Leake. leader of the Young Woman's "A WIXXF.B.'* Buy that beautlful palr of Whito Arabian Combination Horses to bo sold to-day at tlie Blg Special Horse Sale, Southern Stock Yards, and tako your best glrl drlvlng or horseback rlding, and she wlll say "Yes" to you before you get back home wlth her, whether you ask her or not. Any lady can ride or drlve them. "*V for To-day Walnut Upright, STIEFFS 205 E. Broad Street. INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM Most Treatments Are Unsatisfac tory, But Dr. Williams* Pink Pills Have Cured So Many Stubborn Cases That They Command a Trial. It Is unnecessary to tell the sufferer from Inflammatory rheumatism tliat the ordlnary treatments for thls dls? ease are unsatlsfactory. Physlclans nre not of one mlnd on the subject, but the highest nuthorltles hold that rheumatism 1$ n dlseaso of tho blood. All admlt that in nttacks of rheumatism there ls a marked and rapld thlnnlng of tho blood. This is a condition that a treatment wlth Dr. Wllllams' Pink Pllls at once arrests nnd corrects. The thln blood ls en rtched, the strengthened organs of the body throw off th* polsonous Im? purities anil the patient gets well. Mr. John F. Crlchton. a retlred grocer. of 1237 fulton Street, Chlcago. III., and a veteran of the Clvil War, ln whlch he servpd as o member of Co. A, 144th Illinols Infantry, bears witness to this truth. He says: "I was alTUcted wlth Inflammatory rheumatism for twenty years. and had recelved only tompornry rellef from tho doctors. About three years ago I was helpless ln bed wlth It. I could not use elther hand or foot for over two months, and suffered Intense pain. My llnibs were swollen; snd I could not move at all without great pain. I had sleepless night*. and thought I would never he ablo to get around agaln. My frlends and comrades thought I was g?lng to dle. "I hnd pald out a lot of money in doctors' bllls, hut was not cured, One day an old war comrade urged me to try Dr. Willlama' Pink Pllls, as he knew of cases they had cured. Before I hnd taken them a great while I was feeling much better. I Improved rap? ldly, and was able to get out of bed and move around. I am now In per? fect health, and havo not had a touch of rheumatism in any part of my body slnce." Dr, Wllllams' Pink Pills are sold by all druggists, or will be malled, post paid, on receipt of prlce, 50 cents per box, slx boxes for $2.50, by the Dr. Wllllams Medicine Co., Sciienectadv, _?**. Y. Auxlliary, a mlsslonary organization of the Baptist denomlnatlori ln Vlrginia, reached Glbraltar. Aprll 10th, to spend a few hours, thence proceedlng to Naples. where they spent a few days. From thero they go to Alexandrla and Calro, then to Palestlne, where they will make a camplng trlp for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Leake are good sallors, enjoying sleep and flve hearty meals per day nnd not a blt seaslck ln splto of storms that tossed the good shlp Hamburg llke a cork or a hubble. There are elght ln thelr Immediate party, and many wlll be glad to know they are well and enjoying every mo? ment of the tlme. They wll return the middle of July. LOCAL OPTIOX CAMPAIGN. Mcctinga Ilclnc Held ln Frederlcknhurg* Fnr Publlc. DutldlnK. TSpeclal to The Tlme.-Dlspatch.l FREDERICKSBURG, VA., April 27.1? The local optlon campalgn has started up afresh. About a week now remalns before the election, whlch takes place on Tuesday, May 5th. Rev. J. D. Mc Alllster spoke to a large galherlng in the publlc park hero Sunday after? noon. Rev. Dr. James Cannon spoke to a large audlenco in the courthouse to-night. Hon. Rlchard E. Byrd, of AVinchester, wlll speak at an open-nlr gathorlng to be held ln tho publlc park next Sunday. The Unlted States government has sent I'ts check for $6,500 to Mr, St. George R. Fltzhugh for the Haydon lot. as tlie slte on corner of Hanover and Princess Anne Streets, for the new public buildlng to be erected by the government. The sum of $40,000 was approprlated at the last Congress for lot nnd buildlng. A hlll for an addi? tional appropriation of $25,000 Is now pendlng in Congress, wlth good pros? pect of success. If the bill ls favor ably acted upon there wlll bo a totnl nf $_,.,00rt, which will erect nn ir poslng structure. Grace Church, ln lower Faiiqu(er county, was destroyed by flro Frlday. The flre caught froni sparks from a pile of ruhblsh which was being burned in the yard. The church fur? niture, whlch is very handsome, was suved. Thero was only a small In suranc*. The store of Floyd Hurst, at Rlgg's Wharf, ln Mathews county, wns de Ftroyed by flre a few nlghts ago. No om- wns nt home at the tlme. Loss, $4,500. Insuranco, $3,500. .VA.VT A HIGH SCHOOL. I Meetlnf. in Kln^ Wllliam In Interest of Estnbllnlilng One. .Speclnl to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 KING WILLIAM C. H? VA., April 27.?Qulte an enthuslastlc educational meeting was held here lnst Frlday to consider the advlaablllty of estali Ushing a hlgh Hchool in that sectlon of the county. The meeting was call? ed to order by Superlntendent R. W. Fox, after which State Examlner Hon. E. H. Russell dellvered a flne address on the Importance of hlgh school work, lts valuo to the community, lts upllft ing influence upon tho primary school, Its cost, etc. After a hountlful luneh provlded hy tho ladies, Miss Sophle Roblnson read n vory Interesting paper, whlch was much onjoyed by all present. whlch was followed by a forceful address bv Rev. S. G. Sutton on the pfactlcnl worklng of tho hlgh school of whlch he wns prlnclpal. Owlng to tho busy senson, the at? tendance was not as large as was ex? pected, and It wrs decided to hold an? other rally July 4th. C'nOAVDS FLOCK TO HEAH THK STREET EVAXGEMST rSn-clAl to The Tlmes-DlspalRh.] WEST POINT. VA., Aprll 27_Rev. E. S. Kllpatrick, tho Scotchman, who has been preachlng so acceptably to mnny on the street corners, preached yesterday in "The Orchard," a beauti? ful spot in the centro of the town, to a great crowd of people. At the close of the sermon he was urged to remaln In the town and preach ns oftcn as he could. Tho Mayor, Mr. A. W. East wood. hore hlm a message from the people, nsklng htin.to remaln, and he should be taken care of. A rliie col? lectlon was taken for hlm from tlie crowd. Last nlght he preached In the Methoillsl Church to a packed houso. llls mlsslon. he belleves, ls to reach on the street thoge not reached by tho churches. .VfW HiinU Opi*n_. | Speclal io The Tlme_-DI-patch.] NORPOl.K, VA., Aprll 27.?Norfolk's latest banking Instltutlons, the Norfolk Dlme Havlngs Hank, opened lts doors for business thls morning at 10 o'clock. Tho offlcers declared th_ outlook ls Xor a good business from the start. GREAT CROWD AT CLOSE OF SCHOOL Final Exercises at Mehefrin Com bined With Public Meeting on Subject of Quarantine. MFHF.RRIN, VA., Aprll 27.?The'flnale of the hlgh school, known as Lodhetter, were held on Saturday upon the grounds adjolnlng the hutjding, nnd the tnoAt successful sesslon ever completed ln thls county wns concluded. The llst of pupils who nttonded "-e sesslon Just closed nggregntcd about elghty. Thfl closlng exercises, embraelng the ar rrmgeinont of ft large tableau arirl the dtstrlbutlon of prizes offered In the dlfferent departmonts to the students for the most regular aUendAnce and the highest merlts, eoupled wlth a large basket plcnlc nnd public speaktng on varlous educatlonal riuestlons, at? tracted n vnst audlence that came frnm nl! sections of the county to mako the day msmnrable. The crowd gathered early, nnd arrangements were made wheroby rpiftrantlne nddresses were ln llne for the opening of the day. Dr. .1. O. Ferneyhough, State Veterlnarlan. was Introduced to the audlence by Pro? fessor P. S. Blanford, who opened the way for* the address wlth a few re niarks ln support of the rjuarantlne belng rnlsed. Dr. Ferneyhough took the question up ln detail. and presented, ln an able manner the advantages ln favor of ralsing the quarantlne ln Lunenburg county. The varlous diseases pc-culla".' to cattle were taken one by ono nnd explalned, as were also the ad? vantages in the shlpment of stock from the county. It was argued that lt cost much less to sell and shlp stock froni the eountles where the quarantlne had been ralsod, and that all grades of cattle were kept In better shape, and the varlous diseases that affoct the cnttle over the Stato wlll be stamped out. Close attentlon was glven the speak? er by the vast audlence, whlch seemed much Interested ln this subject. Mr. XV, C. "Wlnn, chalrman of the Board, of Supervisors, who has fought the expense of ralsing the quarantlne from thls county slnce lt was first agt tated. repliod to the address, and ar? gued that tho entlre scheme was prac? tlcally nothing but a farce. and the only good he could see that resulted from it was an offlce for some one ln each district to draw money from the county treasury. Adjolnlng eountles were taken for cxamples and argu? monts presented to the effect that the same condltlons exlst now as before the quarantlne was raised, and, so far as he knew, thls portlon of the county was on the same footlng as that of her slster eountles. and the cattle Just as fat and healthy. Mr. Wlnn lntlmated strongly that he would flght thls ques? tion as long as he had any Interest in the county, and that hls backlng was unusually good. Addrelss on *'En.uentIon.'' After the conclusion of these talks, Professor Nosslnger, of Chase City, de? llvered an address on "The Education of the Youth." in which he explalned the Importance of cultlvatlng educalloi ln the young mlnds and how Important 11 ls that every one at this day should ohtaln the best educatlon within tlielr reach. in order that they may be better fitted for the responsibllltles of life. Professors Blanford and Wllkerson addressed tho pupils also, and revlewed the wook just completed here. At mon the entlre audlence was In? vited out to a sumptuous dinner, served by the ladies of the nelghborhood. after whlch the tableau was presented. wlth the ontlre school, dressed ln uniform, taking part. The scene was one of rare beauty. Immediately after the conclusion of thls the prizes were awarded and the school dlsmlssed for the sesslon. AWAKE TO FIND HIM DEAD. Aged Man TelU Grnnilchllilren Gooil Nlpht, nnd Coinmltn Sulclde. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] DANVILLE, VA., Aprll 27.?After bld? ding hls little grandchlldren an affec tlonate "good nlght," J. W. Gosney, aged about seventy-five years, and a Confederato veteran, took an overdoso of morphine at the home of his son-ln law, John D. Logan, here last nlght. dylng from the effects thls mornlng. Mr. Gosney asked the chlldren to sleep wlth him last nlght. and they awoke to find hlm unconscjous thls morning. Physlclans wore hastily sum? moned. but an empty phlal beaide the hed told the story of sclf-destructlon. Mr. Gosney was for many years a prom? inent farmer of thls county, but had grown despondent since the death of hls wife two years ago. He had made hls home since then wlth hls four chlldren In thls clty. Mr. Gosney had been drinking heavlly durlng the past several wooks. PRESENT PLAY AT FORK UNION. Ausplcloua Opening of Nevr Builillng nt rtio Acndemy. rspecial to The Timea-Dlspatch.l FORK UNION, VA., Aprll 27.?The large new Fork Unlon Academy build? lng was used for the flrst time here to day, when a play was rendered by tlio academv students. The acoustlcs of the auditorium. proved highly satlsfac S.Ullman's Son Two?Storea?Two 1820-22 E. I 506 E. Main St. | Marshall St. Phones at Both Stores. Canned Tomatoes, - - - - 6c Sugar Corn, 4 cans for - 25c Boneless Codfish, lb., - - - 6c Good Lard, per pound, - ? 9c Large Irish Potatoea, peck.?*, ?J pounds Roll Butter. I Callfornla Evaporated Peaches, 3 1 pounda for. )25c 3 cun- Early June Peas for..,. 7 large bars Swlft'n Prlde Soap tor. J-pound Jar Home-Mada Preaervea,,20c l.uige Ump Slarch, par pound.'lc S>-lb. pall Pre?erv_e, Honie-Made. .. .38c y Good Carolina Rice, per lb., 6c lood Balt Pork, por pound.To '.* Ib?. t'reuh Roaated J.aguyr.t Coffee, 98V Vlrglnla Prlde Corieo, pound.Ho Cluod Mlxed Te?, pound.SOc ficoteti Hiiri'liiK-. box.,..SUo Large C'lns Raked Beapa.,. H? Largo Julcy l.emona, per dozen..13 l-2o Best Elgin Butter, per lb., 30c Carolina Rice, per pound. lo Best Wlne, Catawba and Blackborry, per gallon.,.,.SOu Best Hams, per lb., ? 12 l-2c 3 Ibs. Washing Soda for - Sc w1' -^m '?'$? '?'? ? 11 ?? Winking time is past. Its important misston has been accomplishecl. It has acquainted the public with the genuine goodness of Kellogg's Toasted Com Flakes. It has familiarized everybody with the package and the name. Now the dimes are rolling in. Everybody who tried this most delicious of all breakfast foods, wants more. This is the invariable result of the first taste. nkin It's the flavor that wins the favor. And it's the universal favor ? the wonderful popularity ? the instantaneous suc? cess of Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes, that brought the imitator. But they imitate in name only. The taste ? the dainty crispness? the real goodness of the genuine cannot be reproduced. So keep both eyes open. Remember the name and the package. When you want the real Toasted Corn Flakes, and you always' want it when you want the real flavor, ask for and insist on getting Look for This Signature tory, and the play was a grand suc? cess ln every way. / The first scene represented a negr schoolmaster wlth hls class at worh along the flowery paths of knowledge. The sohoolmaster found some of hlf scholars apt. and brilliant. while or others Of the trlbe lt was necessary tc often use the rod. The second scene. or play, was unusually well acted. Mr A. B. Frlstoe and Miss Amanda Pltts as head of the house, wlth Miss Blanchf Ankers as domestic to mistress; Mr Harry Grlffln, as the strong man Ir tlme of need, and Mr. Gleason, as s worry to the household, were the casi of characters. The play ended beautl? fully wlth revlval of an old love affalr and all thlngs amlcably adjusted. Mr. C. M. Colvln, of Culpeper, hat returned after a brief visit to frlends Mr. Floyd Moon, after a pleasant stay here, has returned to Cartersvllle. Miss Ethel Wllliam.*-, of Keswlck Va., ls vlsitlng Miss Ruby Townes. SLEEPS IX STORE WINDOWS UJ-Dl-R. HYP-.OTIC INFLTJEJ-Ct rsp.clnl to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] BRISTOL. VA., Aprll 27.?Charlei Estep, the Bristol young man who hac become hypnotlzed by accldent a few months ago and ran wild on the streets tnlurlnc. iiimsolf. has returned from " Southern tour wlth Galvanl. the hyp_ notfst. Estep, belng so susceptlble tc the spell. has proved a good subject foi the hypnotlst. lle states that he has slepl nlght aftor nlght In So***-*]6?, s'0? wlndows under the spell of hypnotii influence. He does not thlnk hls ex? perience has In any way Jnjured. h mental facilltles, and declares he feel better than before he underwent tlu experlencos._ New In-lustrial InstUule. rSp-clal to The Times-Dispatch,] BRISTOL, VA., Aprll 27.?Plans an being made for buildings to cost more than $50,000 for Bothesda Jndustrla Instltute, a new school to bc> stai te at Llmestone. East Tennessee The Re* Wllliam T. Morgan ls presldent of the Instltute. He expects to support tlu ohool by private *?*??*"?? ?\Z dowmet-ts. and will educate the po mountaln children wlthout cost tt them. __? NorfoH.'*. Ne-v Crcmntory. -.Speclal to The Tln**?-^-*-^*'- ne.v NORFOLK. VA-., Aprll 27.?The new eroma o o the clty has been com pletcd hy the constructlng company Snd the flrst test of the plant, tc demonstrnte that lt wlll come, ?p tt the renulrements of the guarante , wlll be made to-morrow morn lng Tl lnclnerating capacity of thb Plnnt ' flfty tons per day. and the cost of con etrue tlon was $29,000. Tho. p nnt use. gnrbn&e as fuel, and lt ls clalmed. re gr.rbn._e as fuel. and, it ts clalmed, re mun_ __ __??.??? '??*-** Stnrta fo* Servlce. NEWPORT NEWS, VA., AprlML Tha Unlted States ^maraA crulse North Carolina to-day .?"??**"[.?' ot the N-wport News ShlV>b?Udln$ Company for tha navy yard nt Noi folk to be turned'ovor to the go**? ernmnnt. Her slster shlp, -h? Montana leaves the shlpbulldlng yarda wlthir month. _ To Vlslt New n.ioKBl**.v. rspuolnl to Tho Tlniei-ni?l*:itch-] SUFFOLK. VA- Aprll ^'T^^ff'ofl. Swanson ls expected to be in Suffol next week and from here wlll bo senl to vlslt the lako of the n'smul swamp. where n new bungalow has Juat "*??-?? erected by the .Suffolk l->eer Club, Chrlst liiimliiirit, Soliool Close*. [Speolal to Tho Tlma?-Dl.pat_h.| OHI-IST1ANSHURG, VA., Aprll 27.? The publlc school closed hore Satur dny wlth exercises hold ln the Metho? dlst Churuli. whero Pr. .L A. Mooro head, presldent of Roanoko .Collego atldrossed tho soliool, maklng a ver> able speech to a largo assembly of stu dents nnd patrons of the school, Th< sesslon Just closed hns been one of thi largest and most suecessful ln the hls tory of the hlgh school of thls plac-, and attests very highly to the abililv of the princlpal, Professor J. E. B. Smith, and his able corps of lady as? slstants. Bedroom Furniture Nowhere else will you find such a lot of real elegance and true worth. 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