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ffiMntn Offle.??* E* Mn,n 9tree
?^Mhlnitton nurenu..aJ?-7 Munaoy Buildim
?iaiieh.?ter Eur.au.1102 Hull Slrec
J?i. Uraburi. JJureftii.40 N. Kycnmoro P
J_.-nc.ibun. Buriwi*....210 J-l-thih 8
?'?? BT MAir_. Ono Six Threo Or
(JrOBTAOH l'AJD. Toar. Mo.. Mos. Mi
?Oiitly wlth 8undr,-y...$600 .3.00 .1.60 .6
tftMy wlthout Buiidaj* -1.00 2.00 1.00 .3
fiinday cdltloti only.. 2.00 1.00 .60 .2
Vfcakly (Wednesday). 1.00 .60 .25 ..
i;__y T!m?"rDi?patoh Carrler Dettvary Ser
y'ic. ln Kiyhmond (and suburbiO. Mnnche.
titr .nd r.tereburt.?
Ono V/cck. One Yoai
Dolly wlth Sunday,'.... 14 cents .6.60
I>r_f.y wlthout Sunday..10 cent. 4.60
?.unriay otily . 6 cents 2-30
' (Yearly aub.crlptl.n* payable ln advance.
?Entered January 27, 1903, at Itlchmond
V*.. on ecccind-cfims matter undor act o
C. ngre-s of March 3, 1B73.
sYiltOAr, JUIA* 10, lilOS.
In the course of hls admirable speech
nt Donver yesterday, Chalrman Clayton
rehcarsed tho methods by whlch Oeorge
IX. Cortelyou, in 1904, squcezed heavy
curnpalgn toll out of the trusts, whoso
spcrets- ho hnd learned through oill
cla! connection with the Unlted States
government, Chalrman Clayton added:
?'"All thls was done in tho Interest
pf the Republlcan "candidate for Prosl
dVint. Tho money was used, tlio can
didnte was elected, and ho contlnues
lo dolivor lectures on decency and for
jjbnesty in electlons, sendlng mes.
siiges to Congress on publicity of cam
puign contrlbutlons, but nt times when
these wero certain to be unavaillng."
At tlmes when pleas to that end are
ciortaln to bo unavaillng, the Republl?
can party ls for publicity in campalgn
qontributlone. It Is the party which
is lor such publlcity at'tho other times
that the country needs now*. On thc
dny before Mr. Clayton paid his re
s_pcct3 to Ropubllcanism, Mr. Taft, at
Hot Springs, appointed George P.. Shel?
don, of "S'ew York, as trensurer of his
national commlttee. Mr. Taft did this
because. as a Now Yorkor, Treasurer
Sheldon's books will come under. the
casinpaign laws of that State, which
demand publicity. The rlghteousness
of the publicity ided. is in the air just
now, ar.d Mr. Taft ls not only a kind
man, but a reasonably clever politi?
But Mr. Taft's personal preferences
are an- idle drop ln an empty bucket.
He may be for publlcity, but the great
party which stands behlnd hlm is not.
He may like the thought of letting
the peoplo know whether or not the fat
old trusts aro over-generous to hlm,
but his party ht\a buried that thought
beneath a storm of disapproval. Ninety
Republlcans at Chieago voted for the
L<a. Follette publlcity plank, and *>S0
voted against it. What ls Mr. Tnft
ngainst the lnbred ppllcles of his
In an authorlzed Intervlgw iln a
current magazlne, the Ropubllcan can?
didate is quoted ns saying that "tlie
?foremost issue of the comlng cam?
palgn will bo tlie questlon of our ex?
pansion and the affalrs of our lnsular
possesslon?." lt is hard to belleve. that
tho candidate said anything so stupld.
The foromoyt Isjuie in thls campalgn
will have nothing to do with our in
fitilar possesslon*. It will be the ques?
tlon of the. relatlon of the money power
to the Indivldual rlght here nt home.
Of thls large questlon. tho matter of
openncKs and honesty ln electlons ls a
vitrilly important part. The Demo?
cratic party is for.the square'deal here
nnd for the. llgjjt*. o**-' day. The Re?
publican party, by a" teri to one vote,
ls for sllence, concealment and the
tinderground passage. Mr. Taft's ap
V-^rent views are slmply Republlcan
ecccntricltics. They must not receive
much weight. Staunch man though
he. be, it must not bo expected that
he can lead hls party around by the
Judge Gary's optlmistlc statement
tho other day, based largely on lm?
proved buslness In hls own giant
monopoly, ls natural enough. Judg.
Gary has to be optlmistlc just now
His somewhat sensatlonal activlty al
Chieago, where he lnterested himsoli
grcatly nnd successfully in the steam
rolk-r worl. on thc platform, woult
?J.nocessarlly leave hirn a professlona
gheer-up upc-stlc. lt would obviousl.
not do for tlie _udge's party, whlch ii
going to look out for tho judge's' in
teretst.., to go beforo tho country nex'
fall wlth tlie mlllstoiie of hard tlmes
uhout lts noch.
Thls paper does not subsoribo to tln
vifw that the Republlcan party eat
manufacture prosperity to order, al
though In lts own officiul proclumatloi
that party appears somewhat to hav<
confused itself wltli Provldence ii
? this regard. I* the white elephan
could make good times it would hardl)
he v.o dull as in unmake them. Bu
har_| pushing, grhn wlll-powor born o
the needs of the moment, nnd Clirlmlui
Kclenco will accompllsh somothliig, am
we may oonfidently expect that euo'
Tiew eneouraglng itern will bc jubllant
ly selzbd by a loyal press, i
fted nnd decorated iind se
emlnence whero nll mny s=c
Tn the slgns of returning
I(l?pi.hllcnii party can, for-1*
no Jogltlmatn cainpaign m;
fp'rtunutoly they are many
. tiii, Tbe nilll. of tho Steel Corpora
tlon, whlch were operntliig at f,l pe
ii nt, of norinal capaclty when Judg
Gary tjailed for .'.urope and are al
j?-.j,ly r.j,(ii*Ull!ig nt '?>% pr-r <-ent., nr
..liqoubudly among (hem. So is tli
nio'Pfatilng uf shopa ond factorles _?.'
? -tn-r tho country, whlcli was roporte
yoi.terdi.y vm never before slnco th
?. iilii_iu.itlon of the money slfingonej
''. (.?>.! whl'.-h nioiuii; re-umployinent fn
^ihtiuu-iailii, ???fc'o la the Bwlfi decveat.
ln the number of Idlo fi*oi_.ht cars
whlch has nmountcd to ovor J00,00i
cnrs In two months, and 30,71.0 cnrs Ir
tho fortnlght ondlng Juno 24th. St
nro tho bank statcmonts, the buoynm
Becurlty markot, tho Inrgely oxhaustoc
stocks ln tlio wnrohouses, tho com
menooment of purclinclng nctlvlt.
n/mong tlio rnllroads, and, most of all
perhaps, the magnlflcent crops of thc
Prosperity is comlng, but only the
falthful whom nothing can shock will
linll It ns Rcpitbllcnn prosperity,
It ls not our citstom to obtrttdo selt
conimendatlon upon tho edltorlal pngc,
but we shnll mako no apology for ox
presslng our gratltlcntlon nt tho wny
in wliich thc nowsgatherlng depart?
ment of The Tlmes-Dlspatch ls covor
Ing tho Democratic National Convon?
tion. Wlth double Assoclatod Press
servlce and n speclal picturo servlce,
wlth a speclal leused wlro through a
Xew York nows agency, a further dl?
rect wlre to Denvor, nnd wlth threo
men from its own stnff upon tho
ground, TI.o Tlmes-Dlspatch Is' glvlng
Its readors a dally story of thls great
gatherlng whlch ls not surpassed, we
mako bold to sny, by any newspaper in
America. Coniparisons wlth the great
papers of the Xorth and East aro free
ly invited. Coniparisons nearer homo
uro dlscourngcd ln klndnoss, because
no paper in this ^tate can bear thom
for a moment.
With no deslre to indulge ln immod
est crowing, we feel that thls achleve
ment ln n clty tho size of RIchmond
is rather remarkable. Of course, it
has not been lnexponslve. But lt has
been to us, nnd we hope to our read?
er.". a source of^no little satlsfactlou
and pleasure.
The speclal Council commlttees of
this city and Manchester should move
quickly In the matter of the Free
Bridge. There may be a tragedy while
they con/er, conslder and dellberate.
The matter has ulready boen a toplc
jof urgent publlc discussion for some
weeks, and as yet nothing whatever
J has been done. Meantlme, every day
; has made It more plain that tho brldge
is in very bad condition, and is al?
together tmflt for trafflc. Under any
unusuil loading it might fall wlthout
warnlnu. T<1e probable results ot such
an acciden. are not pleasant to contem
The bnd_,-c must be repaired and re?
paired spcuuily. Apart from the dan?
ger of thc existing situation, it ls an j
impropric-ty and a buslness blundor to
have the chief means of communtca
tlon between these two cities so inad
equate as to cause unlversal dlssatis
faction. Trafflc between RIchmond and
Manchester should be stimulated
through lts natural arteries and notj
retarded or coagulated. As long as j
every teamster who starts a load across-t
tha rlver feels a pardonable curlosity
as to whether or not he ls going to
get over to the other slde, Inter-clty
trado can scarcely be expected to main
tain Itself flourlshlngly.
The engineers who havo examined
the bridge seem to be In porfect agree?
ment. They want the newer spans
braced and tho older ones, which were
set up more than thlrty years ago, ro
placed. This will cost $115,000, v.'hich
is little enough in view of the promised
relief. The sooner the joint commlUoes
of the two clties can make up tnc-lr
niinds and placo the contracts, tlie bet?
ter we shall all bo satlsfied.
Secretary Corte'lyou malntains that
tho supposed deficlt in the Treasury
is, after all, only an optlcal llluslon.
Bring to it a guileless mlnd and a
little knowledge of legerdemain in
bookkeeplng, and lt dlsappears as by
maglc. It is easy to imaglne wlth
what gr.atificatlon Mr. Cortelyou's
party would have recelved such an
assurance from a Democratic Secre?
tary of the Treasury. Thelr remarks
about a Democratic deficlt ln the plat?
form of 1S9G were, we belleve, very
.expllclt indeed.
( Tlro Treasury mothod of keoping
'books may have flaws. But lf lt was
rollablo enough to impale the Demo?
crats upon twelvo years ago, it is re
Hable enough for the Republicans to
stand by now. Tho hard facts of
flnanco aro unchangeable. No amount
of re-entorlng could conceal, or nhould
conceal, tho anomnly of expendltures
rapldly and unwlsely Increased ln tho
face of falling revenues. lf tlio ad?
mlnlstratlon hns struck out a new pace
of disbursoment, and trod lt recklossly,'
the teclmlcal classlficatlon of that dis
buniement ls immaterial. Prlnclples
and policies nro tho matters at fssuo.
The country ls not perturbed at an
?'apparent" book deficlt, but at the
extravugance df Republlcan approprla?
tion bill*. ,
Jolly Sam Gompers says that any
party that does npt yleld to tho de?
mands of labor wlli fan- badly ou elec?
tlon day. inn eupposo no party
ylelds to these demands, Mr. Gomp?
ers 7
Richmond P. Hobson's presldentlal
liooni flowered al Denver into a htock
war-Hcaro speech by tho author?only
ihnt and nothing more. About 1'JJO
wlU be RIchmond's yeur.
Notes the Wtishliigion Post: ';.\
Philadelphla conteroporary says dia?
monds burn like coal." Wo bollevi
diamonds also havo Uie advuntngo ot
belng a little choaper.
Tlu- Bosfilo Rosa controversy does
not Ititereat u?, wiirt,. we wanl to knoVy
I. who mado tho tinfortunuto flag in
froni nf a certalii IioitHe we Icnov.,
j\ Nor have many heroo*. of tlie chifls
' 1) shtdo gotten moro advortlKlpg out
r\at it than the Cowboy Mayor of Onm
o i iip.,
* Rellal-io Btutletlc-a show that nono of
tho ls-it-liot-enough-for-yoii hore? nr0
"ever lsfllod In a hot wave.
d : Tho real trouble wlth the loekjaw
Q] epidemic is that lt uGldoni or never
. j attucks tlio right people.
?'J All In nll, it li'tis been rallier a good
u e'eatjon for thu -Uemji-roll.r muUers.
Rhymes for To-Day
WH.li._-. press bnrdu restrlct theli
iii.'ittitititLi stlhte
And shorton tholr daily offu
? slons,
whon pomcfl aro hncked out wlth groat
cffoi'ts and (llnls,
And even wlth blood and contuslons;
When "colutnns" grow skotchy and
vapld nnd crudc,
And almost too borlng to montlon, '
Intolllgent roaders will quickly con
That Muscy is at tho Convontion.
Whon prossvcrse grows dull as a b.ach
elor's llfe,
And rhymes aro uncouth and un
Whon thouglits aro aa scarce as a
taclturn wife,
And "spabes" nre pasted or empty?
Don't sneer: "Hlm a poetl He's lald
down three tlmes!
It's-hlm for tho House of Detentlon!"
Just murmur: "Thc dear man!?how
cnn ho wrlto rhymes?
Hls Musey ls at tho Convention."
H. S. H.
an:it_.T>y ..oke-.o.
llliihnmtr Sarcasm.***<
"Your1 Jokee are better some dnvs than
other-f,*/ coniinenteil the iinillplotnntlo
"Those are the days the offlce hoy neststs
me," responded the press humorlst. "But
bo won*t help mo out every day."?Wash?
lngton Hcrald.
Afraid to Oo Homo.
i "t fell out ot thc wlndow of my flnt yes?
"And you nre on the fourth floor. That
was terrible."
"Yea; 1 don't know how to faco the Janl
tor, I'm siii-e r've vlolated somo clauae in
my lea.e."?Washlngton Herald.
A PosMble Cntise.
"Sclcntists any that tho earth Is tlltlng."
"I wouldr.'t wonder. Crops are mighty
heavy ln this sectlon."?Loulsville Couricr
A Flne Wife.
"My wirp Is n pnragon."
??your onthuslnsm ts laudnble."
"And my i-ntllustasm, slr, ls just. My
wlfo never tnlks to the nbout tho tine men
she mlght hnve marrled."?Pitt.burg .Post.
.StralBht __ii\r.
"Ilad a cn->o to-day in whlcli two men
clnlmed a rabbit."
"Well, JiuK-r, why dldn't you dlvldo it?"!
"1 don't spllt hurcs In nty court."?Kansas ?
Clty Journnl.
Cnt StoHcs.
"My eat ls very sngoclous. She collccts!
r.nglc worms. nnd thus attracts sparrows,.
which she captures."
"My eat b.ais that. She buya reed blrda
from dealers and then goes Into bankruptcy.
lhat cnt has swlndled every butcher ln thls
nelghborhood." ?Houston Chronlcle.
THE RIchmond Tlmes-Dlspatch Is ro
joiclng o\er a successful chlldren's
club. But thero ;s very little rejoiemg
over Ihe most successful chiltlien's. clul> ofl
all?whlch Is tbe mother's sllpper.?Norfolk
Helie's choice ot July 4 for his weddlng
date was pecullarly approprlate. The size
of the Gould plle warrunts hls bellef thal
the happy occasion will be hls Independenco
day.?Iliehmond Tinios-Dtsputeh. And per?
haps he will celebrate the event by taking
hls wlfe's money and glvlng a champagno
orgy to the under world of Parls, a3 Count
Bonl frequently dld to amuse himself.?
Winchc-ster Star.
The Itlchmond Tlmes-Dlspatch says lt Is
lmposslble for o man to get away from a
Houston, Tex., wldow. They are as deter?
mined ns they are red-headed.?Atlan'4_
Says the Richmond Times-Dispatch
(Dam,): "Mr. Taft has been a most capable
and high-mlnded publie servant. Should he
l.ecome Presldent the najtlon will have no
cause to regrot thBt Mr. Roosevelt has pre?
ferred >Mr. Tnft to himself." And to Mr.
Bryan.?Pawtuckct (H. I.) Times.
Tbe Richmond Times-Dispatch boasts that
Carrie Natlon has never been In Jall In that
trwn, and yet our contemporary la always
vuuntluif Vlrglnlu.?Atlanta Constitution.
The parngrapher of tlie Richmond Tlmes
Disputch wrltos to solcmnly Inqulro whether
n Southern Democrat will Lukc Wrlght ln
Mr. lioosevelt's Cablnet." The buslnoss
manager should take tliat puragraphic puu
ster rlght out to tbe wood slu-d and settlu
v.-Ilh lum rlght.?Knoxvllle Tribune.
The RIchmond Tlmes-Dlspatch thinks a
Southern Democrat won't Duke Wrlght ln
Presldent Rnus.vclt's Cablnet, no bow.?An?
derson (S. C.) Mall.
"Tbe mother Is the one suprcmo asset in
national lire." rc-marked tho Presldent. Thls
conflrms the Itlchmond Tlmea-Dlspatch. In
the long-held private oplnion tliat fnlheis
are only llttlo plkers anywuy.?Monongahela
(Pa.. Republican.
It Is noted that, whlle the Freneh colonle.
nre fast bocomlng an out.et for the overflow
populatlon of other nations, they aro con'
stantly growing more French.
After reposln.; in London for 130 years,
tbe bones of Emanuel Swcdenborg, tho
fe.mous mystlc and wrlter, aro on thelr way
to Sweden for burlal in their natlvo soll.
Tho estlmated cost of the Roosevelt dam,
whlch is part of the Salt Rlver Irrigatlon
sebemo, 1ms bten cut down by .1,000,000 by
tli_ establishmcnt of a government cement
mll! on tho spot.
Three notorious hotel thieves, who wero
dressed in black sllk llghts, wero taken red
hunded as they wero collecting valuables In
the bedrooms of a San Homo (Franco) hotel
on n recent evening.
Slnco tho fall of 1900, no bacon, pork, or
ftitbacks from the Unlted States havo been
allowed ln Germany, und for l.lx years tho
impurtatlon of canned moats Into Germany
has be-n forbldden by law.
Tho only complete, and unaltcred Saxon
crypt ln Grc.u Brltaln is that at Hoxtlam
Abbey, lt b.lng built wholly of ltoman
stones, there belng nlno muny Saxou stones
lijibcdded ln the new walls of tho building.
Last year Brazll needed ovor 20,000,000
jute bags to hold the year's coffeo produo
tlon. Each bag cosis the shippers a trlfie*
over 18 cents. The business of maklng
coffeo bags ihus umounied last year to near?
ly .4,01.0,000.
Colonel Joseph T. Chrlsty, a veteran figure
cfciler; who luis prompled sevor.il generatlons
ol dancers in Western Pennsylvania durlng
the last half century, died suddenly at his
home ln Plttsburg. *
Wllllam Sontersbt Maugh'afri Is now pro?
nounced tho "most successful dramufist of
the day," iilso "another Clyde Pltch." by the
enger London criiirg. At all events Mnug
ha.n |s only thlrty-three, und in one nlght
sprniig into thc llmellglu of farn*.
Mr. Asqulth was recently speaking In a
Welsli lown when hc was soiViow liat rudcly
Jtitorrunted t>y a volee In the audlence, which
Cemandeil t(, kr.ov. hlH positlon as to woman
suffrage. "Tluit," Mr. Asqulth replled,
Mundly, "Ih o> subject I prefer to illscuss
Vili.u ladies are not present."*
S. Ktraus, uceompanie'd
brother aml (hc- laitr-r's
v.iu-, iittvo K.rrtvea nt Wood. iloll, Mass.,
tr-'iii 1'ro.lncetown on tim UglnboUse t?n,i, i
.*?!.., ,;.,a ... Thn party wln bo the guests
Pt George li. liowers, ci>>nml_siOner of ,,sh.
?-* !< -:- ar.'l iater will sail for Newpou on
the Mayiiov?....
Clara <.')-iu.-ns, tlaughtei- of Mark Tivain.
has ijuii,, a good voice and li<?-i nittif. some?
thing oi a r&pumilun as a conc-i-. slnger la
I-.ii.l.i.vl. ^(i ? s.iya it Is ijomothlng of li
t/Inl tn iiei |o bo always Unown a. M-nK
Twnln'i dpughler, nut sho ailmus thal there
'"i?bi bi worte tnln<.a ln the world than
iiii.-i .- ., f; n . :-, hotiori -i ann beloved,
Siielnllit ( .iiiillilntc.
The De Doori JfioclaliBts have oxor
clsed wit'o pri'i'ainlnii ln homlouJInl.
itti tln-ii- .candfdiite for tho pre/iblopcy '>
IX tiiiui '.-. lin |p Kirving n I wciily-'lve- '
year sentence tn prismi, They will, ;ii
leust, know "wiieie io ftnd hlm." llo
l.s safely removed From tln- IiiliuehceN
of publlo opinlon, wi.ile 1i|m , iivlion- i
rnenl ls of pqoh u nature ibat be ls i
llkely tr, renialn cnnslHt.htly "agiri"
the government ;>n,i to ho proof agaiiist
convoj'.lon by inennn <?( any blaudl?li
incnts from the leudurs of aiiy or tiie
otl.'er [ittitiea, Thc perinnnencu of tho I
[>,?? f.emi Hoiiniitt i.nrty may hot in
g^iii-anti-ed, i.tu n |o niipart ni ibat It
hiiH discovorftd a candidate wim, if bin
llfe be .q.arod, v, 11! U: available for ull
nnrpoKeH e;?e nthii fi li'! polltical wii
frue, tor many. proublerilbti cam_.o|_;h*l
to i.um..?-DciJitoii iieiuld,
?a? , & -fr & o fr 8
TUe Courts ofEwpper
LnjMarQUtse de Kntenay
& o o *a? -*&? *? -aT"""
Concernlng the ..nut itus*_iiii IJiioI.
OFl-'-ELSTON, who was killed
last Sunday at St. Petersburg ln
a dttol, by Count Mantoul'fnl,
was tho elder ot tho two sons
of tho colossally rlch Prlnco and Prln?
cess Youssoupoff, whofce wealth Is unid
to cxeeed oventhat of tho Demidoffs,
belng derlvod ln great pnrt from tho
tichest turquolso mlnes ln tho world,
mlnes that aro vlrtually Inexhaustlblo.
Tho young count, Uke hls father, tlio
prince. may bo sald to have hud Amorl
cuu blood In hls volns, belng descended
from an Amerlcan bf tho namo of 101
ston, who took ttpUiIs abodn ln Rus?
sia in tho days of Peter the Great, und
becamo a MubcovUo cltlzon. The fath?
er of the prlnco was plaln Mr. I-'ellx
Mcohilovltch Elston, when on hls niur
rlage wlth tho only chlld nnd helrcss
of the last of tho anclent noble Houso
of Soumarokoff, ho was antliorlzod to
nssume tho namo and the armotMal
bearlngs of hls wife, as well as tho
tltle of count, borno by hor father.
Tlioir son, Count I-'ellx Soumarokoft
Elston, wus fortunato enough to se
Icure in 1S82 the hand of Prlncoss Zon
nldo Youssoupoff, only chlld nnd helr
oss of Prince Nicholas Borlssovltoh
Youssoupoff, last of hls llne, and on
tho death of tlio latter ln 1801 was
permlttcd by Alexander III. Io assumo
hls father-!n-law's name and prlncely
tltle, bocomlng ln thls way Prince
There was qulto a romanco ln con?
nection wlth thls marriage, whlch mny
be snld, ln fact, to havo been lafgely
brought about by Emperor Alexander.
ForZenoldo Youssoupoff was afflanced
to Prlnco Aloxander of Bnttonberg,
who was thon relgnlng over Bulgnrla,
nnd i would undoubtedly hnve become
1,1s wife, and have sharod hls throne,
had It not been for the late Czar, who.
hittlng hls Battenberg cousin wlth nn
Intense anlmoslty, vetood tho match,
and Inslsted on her marrying Instead a
man of hls cholce, namely. Count Fellx
Souniarokoff-Elston. Tho late Prince
Youssoupoff wns ln hls day famous as
tlio most avariclous mlser ln thc Russlan
cinpiro, and Innttmernble wero the
storles and ahecdotes relatcd of hls
almost Incredlblo meanness. He never
ceased to grumblo about the hnrdne.su
of the tlmes, and so nnxlous was ho
to save hls kopecks, that whenever ho
gave onc of hls rnre dlnners?enter
talnments whlch were practically
forced upon him much against hls will
?he always made a polnt of hastcnlng
to blow out tho candles and turn out
thc llghts as the last guests were leav?
lng hls salon. For a tlmo he was mas?
ter of ceremonles at court, but so shab
by nnd sordld was hls dress. and so
dlsreputable hls aspect, that means had
to be found for dlspenslng wlth hls
servlces. Ho marrled one of the
Narlschklnes. a very beautlful woman,
and left her at hls death with an only
daughter, namely, Zenulde, now Prln?
cess Youssoupoff. Hls wldow decllned
all tho temptlng offers of marrlago
whlch she recelved, until when nearly
slxty years of ago she foll in love with
Q young Breton peasant of the namo
of Clmuvoau. After having purchased
for him at Rome the. Itallnn tltle of
Marquls de Serra, she marrled him. and
settled down on a magr.ificent estate
near Quimper, in Brlttany. whlch. her
young husband htrvlng predeceased hor.
she bequeathed on her death ln 1S95 to
the Department du FInisterre. as a
token of nffectionate regard for hor
second "Patrie."
Lord Chelsea's demlse leaves his lit?
tle five-yenr-old boy. Edward. as heir
to the Earldom of Cadogan, and all the
grent landed property ln London whlch
goes wUh that titlo. Tho young vis
count's death can scarcely be sald to
liave been unexpected by hls relatlves.
[?"or he has been ln dellcate health for
some time past. and obllged tn spend
much of hls time at St. Moritz, in
vtvitzerlnnd. and at slmilar resorts
frequented by people wlth weak lungs.
Much of the wealth of the famlly ot
tho Earl of Cadogan comes through the
awnership of most of that portlon of
tbe metropolls known as Chelsea, whlch
iie owes to the marriage of hls grand?
father to the helress of Slr Hans
Sloane. tlie emlnent physician and
jolentlst, whose collectlon constltuted
the nucleus of what Is now known as
the Brltlsh Museum. When Lord Cado
?.nn succeeded to tho famlly honors
md estiites, he found tho Chelsea prop
?rty one of the most poverty strlcken
vnd shabby dlstrlcts of London. Large?
ly through the Inltlutlve of the lato
!>ndy Cadogan, who was a remarkable
ivoman, he lnaugurated the so-called
""hoisca reconstructlon; scheme, whlch
liad the effect of convertlng the former
?dums of Chelsea Into one of the most
fashlonnblo quarters of -the Brltlsh
metropolls. Moreover, as most of the
Chelsea real estate was sold upon nlne
ty.-nino-year leases, and has since been
built up wlth street upon street and
square upon square of the most costly
houses and mansions in London, which
on the explrntion of the lease will
become tlie property of the ground
landlord, the wealth of tho Lords of
Cadogan is bound. lllce that of the
Duke of Westmlnster, to steadlly In?
crease in glgantie strldes as the tlmo
goes by.
Although the Cadogan peerage. thnt
Is to say, tho present creatlon thereof,
only dates from the time of the young?
er Pitt, at the close of the eighteenth
century, yet the lineage of the famlly
is extreinely anclent. lt having been
founded by a Welsli Prince of Fferlys,
who had a son named Cadwgan. Lord
Cadogan Is a small man, very silent,
grave and serious, who has been over
tnken by many sorrows ln recent yenrs?
sorrows that have led hlm to wlthdraw
to a great extent from polltlcs, from
soelety and from the ttrrf. Ho lost
hls wife, to whom he was devoted, had
his brotner mixed up ln an itnfortu
nato scnndnl, had much troub!'e-;:'wlth
the most charming of hls daughters,
nnd has now lost hls oldest son. Lord
Cadogan wns formerly VIceroy of Iro
lar.d. and hns likewlse held tho offlci
of Lord Prlvy Seal. in the Snlisbury
From Europe I receive a request to
make known the fact thnt the hlstorie
Portugueso titlo of Duko of Alhuquer
i|iio has become extlqet wlth the death
of tho late duke. who was also Cotint
Mesqultelln. Tbe reason for t|i!s is that
ihe author of H singularly dlsgraceful
novel. publlshod in Portugal nnd now
belng prlnted seriully In a Pnrlslnn
nowspapei'.* and ln whlch thc wldowccl
Quoen Marie AmoIIe und tho Count da
KVbelra, the grand tiviister of hor Iiouko
hold, play tbe leadlng roles, goes by
th.- name of Albuquernuo, lt is a
nnvei nf ihe most scurrlTou** nttturo, ln
v.hieii tiio uo fiorely .--trk-kon wueenis
trettted liiuch in ihe samo way thnt
Quoen Cnroiino. tho dlsropiitablo con
sort of Kin 15 Ceorgo IV. of England.
wus rovlled t.v- Ho'me of hls- litorary
frlonds nnd elinmpions, Tho so-called
Albuqiierqtie wns oompollod to fleo
fropi Portugal, aml tho circulation of
tlie book Ih Corhldden both there and
ln Sp.tin. where, howevef, lt Is easy
enough to jr,.. m copy If ono ehooses to
pa- ilie once. Probably wlth a view
of addlng to the popular Interont of. tlio
seiiul the I'ntisliui edltor who printed a
tnui.sluthm of tlie novel In hi-i papei',
iritimtited llmt tlie nutlior was in re*
ftllty tbe Duko oi* Albuqunrque, and
n, doscendunt of that flrst Duko of Al
biKiuoique, Un- famous portuguoso ad
tiiiiiil who tjonquored Con, Mnlaecu nnd
Cnylon, and boenme so powarful in tbe
Orlunt thul nll sorts of Knntorn poten
l.?'?-?-* wero led by hls grundeur to In
vuke the favor aml tbo protectlon of
the crown of t'ortugttl. ll ls lo ono
uf his de?cetidniilH, Duke Mathiuss
il'.\iini(|iii-ri|i)|., ii),,i ti,,-, now rolgrilng
dynnsty ol _.ragnns.i_. lu iridobted for
Ita t.ci.iiisltioii of tho portiiguoHii ttirono
?.oiiie _oo ycuj'ii itt'o. Tlio lumpoouoi*
of tho recently widowod Queen of Por
tugal haft no vostlgo of connection wlth
tbo so Itlustrlous ducal House of AD'
buqucrquo, whoso name ho hns a*T
mituod, and as he has recently come
rathor promlpcntly before tlio publlc
at Parls, ln 11 duel whlch ho fought
wlth u Baron d'Hureourt, who hart
tnkon upon himself to call hlm to ac?
count for hls slanders of a French
prlncess, it Is Just as. woll to mako
thls entlroly clear.
It must bo borne In miiid that un
fortunatoly thoro ls no practical meana
of prevontlng peoplo In i-rnnce, espe?
clally when they aro forelgners, from
adoptlng names and tltles to whlch
they havo no rlght, and from then
tradlng on' these dlgnltles, sometlmen
mcroly to satlsfy noclal asplrutiom.,
sometlmes, too, for purposes of fraud,
and crime. Whlle thero ls usually a
means of detectlng an Imposturo of
this natitro ln the caso of an English
tltlcv slnco standard "'Peeruges" are
nowadays to bo found ln. nearly every
publlc library lt is usually dlfflcult to
ascertaln tho nuthoritlclty of contlnen?
tal tltles of noblllty. especlally uiose
of Porttigal, Spaln, Russia and Italy,
and I, therefore, gladly mako known,
os asked, tho fact that the unclont Por?
tugueso dukedom of Albuquerque has
ceased to exist.
(Copyright, 1008, by the Brentwood
Company.) I
Defense at Pro.ton.
Editor of The Tlmes-Dlspatch:
Sir,?In your Issue of tho 7th instant
an edltorlal, ? entltled "Tho Soclalist
Labor Pnrty,*' states that that organl?
zatlon hns nomlnated for the presldency
of tho Unlted States n convlct, but no
intlmatlon Is glven to your roaders as
to tho nature of the oftenso for wliich
thls mnn is lmprlsoned.
Martin R. Preston, of Goldfleld, New,
the person ln questlon, though convlct?
ed of murder, Is the victlm of injustlco.
Ills llfe was about to bo taken by a
desperato enemy. whom he shot and
killed in self-defense. Brleily stated,
the clreumstunccs were as follows:
Preston wns a mlner, belonging to
the Industrlal Workers of the World,
whlch at tho tlme had a strong "hold ln
Goldfleld, and embraced nearly all the
local labor unlons. Thls organlzatlon
lncurred tho hostlllty of the mlne own?
ers and the Citlzens' Alllance, who em?
ployed tactics slmilar to those prevl
ously adopted in Colorado In order to
wlpe out the Industrlal "vVorkeri. of
the World and the Western Federation
of Mlners. As a result of thls labor
crushlng policy. various strikes oc?
curred, among which was one of the
female employes In tho restnurnnts.
One Sllva, who conducted a restau?
rant In Goldfleld, had been charged by
a waltress ln hls employ of having
made Impropcr proposals to her, and
of having witbheld her wages. After
an Investlgatlon by the unlon of whlch
the young woman was u. member,
boycott wns declared agalnst Sllva'u
ostablishment. The motto of the In
dustiial Workers belng "An Injury to
one Is the concern of all," the boycott
wns pushed wlth vlgor. Preston. the
mlner, Was acting as a unlon plcket
opposite tlio restaurant whon Sllva.
In a rage, rushed ut hlm wlth a gun,
dechirlnr hls purpose to klll hlm.
Preston's only recour^e to save liis life
was to shoot, which he did wlth falal
results to Sllva.
The trial and the verdict were tra
vesties on Justlce, the princlpal evi?
dence adduced by the prosecution being
that of crimlnals and desperadoes who
had been imported by the detectives In
the employ of the mlne owners.
Preston was convlcted and sentenced
to twenty-flve years. and a young fel?
low named Smith, also a unlon man,
who hanpened to be near when the
shootlng occurred, was glven ton yenrs
as aceesaory. * An appeal has been
taken. and the Supreme Court of Ne
vada has the mattor under considera?
The clrcumstances nurroundlng the
labor troubles at Goldfleld and the law
less tactics of the mlne owners' or?
ganlzation were n few months ago re
norted by the government commission
3ent there by President Roosevelt,
whoso scathing arraignment of those
responslble for the importatlon of Fed
sral troops is still fresh In the publlc
It ls the firm bellef of multlttides of
the worklng class that Preston's con
vlctlon was on account of hls belng a
Soclalist and an Industrlal ttnlonlst. as
well as a member of the Western Fed
Bration of Mlners.
Possessing, as he does, Intelligence,
lntegrlty. courage, and- wlth a clean
record for loyalty to his class, Preston
?.leserves the honor whlch has been con?
ferred upon him by the Soclalist Labor
As to thc constitutlonallty of hls can?
dldacy, he belng three years below the
stlpulaled age, this noncompllance wlth
the provlslons of tho Constitution will
Inliiet no hardshlp on soelety. The
cupitallst class hns, by lts examplo ln
numorous cases where real crlses ex?
isted involvlng human llfe and llberty,
demonstrated that the Constitution Is
not a very serlous consideration and
Interposes no insuporablo barrlcr when
material Interests constltuto the Issue.
lf- Preston Is elected hls constltuents
will mako an effort to twlst the vener
ablo document, for ono tlme, to suit
the ends of the worklng clnss.
Manchester, Vn.., July 0, 1008.
tln vlew-of the fact that Preston hns
Just decllned tho nomlnatlon of hls
party. It would seem that the effort to
twlst- tho venerable document will havo
to be postponed tlil some later dnto.
AVomnii Vlny Stop Wnrs,
We talk of tho tnx-burdenod peas
mt of conUnontal lSuropo, but no such
.ountry In recent years has upproachod
thls luvlsh oiitpourlng of money on
?nlllturisrn, And tbo women's clubs of
the Unlted States, whlch aro trying
Ln bottQi* the condition of thelr own
r_ommunltles, cannot afford to Ignoro
ihe chlef obstaole to progress and iik-s
.lilef mentteo lo tho poaco and pros
lierlty of tho land. If tbo women of
tlio country onco ntart In on tho work
of national educatlon as to tho hor
i-ors and ctungoi-s of war, und tbe csson
tinl part which poaco must play In ?h*u
iiiiin progress, thero will bo created a
national "sontlment whlch will demand
more monoy for schools and less for
battleships: moro money for hospltnls
and less for Instrumonts ot murder;
moro money for progress1 and less for
bnrbarism, And tbe women Of tbe
.ountry must dn tho work. if It Is over
to be done.?Boston Advertlser.
?\Vhl-.Icevit,-I-OH'*r'M New Worry.
Dosirlng !vfprmntlon' as to when
Thomas Whlte' of Philiulolphln, will
bo placed on trial on u clutrgo of aa
sanlt and imtfery ' In eiRtlt-g off a
portlon of hls whiskers, Jaaob Wyne,
of Willlamstown, N. ,l,,^oa|lcd at tbo
offloe of lrosccutoi* of the piouti Soo
vol, ln Caniden. yostorday and do
nmi'idoil u speoily trial for tho Pbl'a
dilpbian. A*. nen ho was toid t'Uii D>e
cn'-jo wnr.M he heard in eu'iii. in tbo
fall tbo Willlamstown man Inqulred:
?'What c Ii:- II 1 do?lot' my faco bo
us it Is wlth tho whlskora hair off?"
"You cnn havo them evened up,"
ho wus told,
"But then Uiere won't bo any ovi
donco if X iio that," sald Wyno, who
(feomed 1*. be deoply nffected ovor
hls lof-u, although told to havo his
fnoo photoKraphed, no; tho picturo can
i?, ,im...i in court.?Philadelphla Rocord.
I.et Us Hopo Not.
, Horo nro threo Institnces whore tho Dom
oorntle leaders In conv_.ntlon niiiatnlitnd inls
Judged ths natlonnl pulse. Tha Inillcntlons
nvo to-dny that tho platform will lia a ro?
turn to mdlcalliuu; but, an evory Btudont ol
tlio time* han dlscovered, rndlcnllsni ronchod
Its zenlth In 1004, slnco whlch tlme there
bii* boen a rcer.slon, nnd tho demand of the
day ls for connorvntlsm. Tho n-nntloniiry
fplrlt linu bnon very strong, nnd tlio pnrty
thnt will Riiin the votes Uf tho peoplo will
bo tho ono wlth thn most conservntlvn phtl
fnrni. t.nn It bo posslble thut ths Donver
convention will mnito the samo mlstake that
ll has innda throe tlmes In auecosslon??
ICnnnoko Times.
Sfi-ftt Benrescnt the Vnrly.
lt ls ucndemlo nnd usolerm, we Imnglnn,
to ba now discuaiiiiii.' what tho Denver con?
vention ought to >lo or not to do ln thn
matter of wrltlng a Vlntform, ns It will have
fibsolutoly no effeot/ on that body how, nu
mntter whnt |h snld or who unys It. But
wo full to neo thn forco of the iirgurnenl
lu fnvor of parmlttlng Colonel Uiynn or nny
other ono mnn to iviitn tho plntform for thc
lX'.inoc.ntle party, unless, nf course, he
wrltes lt so u. to meet thn approval of the
pnrty. In other words, it ls not vrlso to
let nny mnn imilw hls own plntform and
run on It.
Let tho Democrntlo pnrty wrlto Its own
platform, and upp.nl to tbe peoplo In bo
balf of iirinclples. The man cun bo foiind
tr ulnnd on thls'plntform and to exomplify
theso prlnclples.?Stnutlton Dl.patch.
Well-E?lahllshcii Prlnclples.
A Democrntlo plntform should bo n poo
plo's plntform. Democraey cunnot afford to
rocognue clnsses, much less to cater to tholi
whlins und "demnnils." It ahould deeinro
lts prlnclples wlthout clrcumlocutlon or do
vlous turnlngs and twlstlngs nnd lot thc
various Intoresto shlft for themselves. The
Democraey Is for thc mnssc-s und not for
the classes. It Is for tho greatest good to
the ffroatost number. It Is for all mon nnd
not for somo men nt thn oxpenso of others.
It has evor boen, when stnndtng on IU prln?
clples, the party of the people. Whenevi r
p depnrts from thnt way It Imllntes Ilcptib
llcanlsm, ond become* wenkor nnd not
strongor. Whenever ll brglns to "cntor" il
will lose moro thnn It wlli (raln. lt l? to bo
hoped thnt tbe ropresentallve* of tbe party
r.ow nt Donver will be guldod In tlu-lr nc
tion by these well-cstnblished facts.?New?
port News TlmcB-Herald.
The Kind Ho IVnnts.
What tho oxlgnnclos nf tbo situation de?
mand is not an ultrii-conseivuilve. milk and
water expronslon, but a vlrlic und tempernte
enc whlch will mean something nnd yet not
be revolutlonary nor dnngerous. We trust
lhat tho convention In Us wisdom mny meet
the sltti/itlnn falrly and squnrely and yet
wlsely.?Danvllle Iteglsier.
I'nlhs of the Father*.
There <g a crcnt opportunity affo.-rtc-J tho
Democrntlo pnrty. now Ui'sernblcd ln con?
vention at Donvor. to turn Ith back upon
ull ophfcmeral shlfi*. tioimvi-r they may for
the tlme be popular, and upon ull qu>stion
nl'ie expedlente and pollcles. however attrac?
tlve they may term, and return to the boaten
path murks.il out by JetTerson. and to the
fundamer.tul, elernal prlnclples of gonulno.
old-fashloned Democraey as lald down by
Its i_r.nl Bpostle. Wlth sucb a platform,
nnd wlth tht- Juillctous selectlon of a run
nlng-mute for Brynn on the pri.-.ldcnilul
tlcket, tbe signs of the tlmes nre encourag
Inir, tlie ausplces propltlous. for a victory at
the Id?-s of November. and a restoratlon of
tho Democratic party to tho control of the
national government.?C'liarlottesvlllo Pro?
O.V Tllfc. ItltiliT TllAC'K.
Frnnk S. Wootlnou Glven Optltnl.tU
.llrxsiige to Ncrvpi.rt News.
Mr. Frank 8. Woodson, Industrial
edltor of the Rlchrnoud Tlmes-Dlsputcli,
who has been ln attendance upon the
meetings of thc Virginia Press Asbo
ciatlon. ls Ungerlng over a day to shake
hahda with his Newport News friends.
Durlng tlie past ten months Mr.
Woodson has vlslted all sectlons of the
State, nnd hls artlcles on rVlrglnlu
prosperity and the industrlal activlty
of the lowns of the State, appearlng
every Sunday In the Industrlul Sectlon
of The Times-Dispatch, have attracted
atlentlon in all parts of the country.
Mr. Woodson hns nss!H_.ed In the or?
ganlzation of a number of boards of
trade and buslness men's assoclallona
ln towns where they were Ittcklng nnd
much needed, and belng considered
something of an authorlty along these
llnes, he wns asked by a reprusenta
tlve of the Times-Herald whnt he
thought of tbe movement In Newport
News in the Interest of greater Indus?
trlal progress.
On thc Itlglit Trm-li.
Mr. Woodson sald: *'
"You're undoubtedly on tho rlght
track. The watchword of tho manu
facturer and of the industrlal world
generally to-day ls 'get close to the
raw material and the abundant labor.'
Tliat Is the secret of the movement to
tbe South of cotton factorles, wagon
factorles, carriage-makers and wood
worklpg establlshments of every sort.
"Virginia has all klnds of rnw ma
terlnl. Her farms bring everythlng
from blackberrles and vegetables up to
gralns, cotton and tobacco. The farms
of the Stato can and do furnlsh the
raw material for cotton factorles, veg
etable and frult canneries, tobacco rac
torles, flourlng mllls, creamerles, etc.
Her forests, acres upon acres of wliich
have never been touched by the ax
man's weapon, furnlsh the material for
wagon and carriafie factorles, for fur?
nlture factorles, for box and barrel
factorles,, for veneer factorles, and, In
short, for anything that ls made of
wood, The success of farmers who for
tbo past half a decade have been glv?
lng specinl attention to grnsses. hns
demonstrated that. Virginia can be
made and Is belng made as flne a cat?
tle and sheep growlng land as Tcx.a:'
or Kentucl.JKever dared to be. That
means that creamerles will In tlmo dot
the Virginia map cverywhore, nnd.
mark mv prodlction. beforo you and I
nro fifteen years older we will see
Virginia tho leadlng butter and cheese
producer of the country.
Fue.orlc-. Comiiig Thla Way.
"For many years. too many years, all
"of this raw material that I havo been
speaking about, and I hnven't men?
tioned half-, of It, was shipped In its
raw Btate to tbe mnnufaetttver far
away, and hundreds and thousands of
workmen wero paid good wages lo
cut It up and put It Into tho flnlshed
products, and tbo wlde-awakc towns
of other States got tbe greater profits
from Vlrglnla's raw m_.t-t.rial. -
"A change hns come over the splrit
of Vlrglnla's dreams. Now, Instead of
shlpplng tho rnw material to the far
away mamifnctitrcr tbo plan Is to bring
Ilie far away manufacturer to Virginia
and set.hlm down Iir the mldst of raw
material. This now splrit Is what Is
maklng wlrlenwako Virginia manufac?
turlng towns here, thoro and evory
I'nlted Bffort.
"These changes did not como about
dry so: they xrere brought about by
hustle and unlted. effort. In riearly
every case a wldoawako bonrd of trade
bnmght these thingys to pass by husi
llng for new Industrles; by letling tbo
outslde world know what lts commu?
nity hns to offer Investors ahd mnnti
..icturors, and by generally boomlng
lts town.
"Sufflclent unto n town Is ono board
of trade thereof. Two 'trade organi?
zations In u town of loss than 50,000
InbalVrtiints cnn bardly be conslderod
a blq-nlng. One strong orgnnliiutton
ln wnlcb nll Interests centro am* all
momboi-s pull together fnr tbo general
good will do more thnn two or more.
Trnde orgni-lziitlons aro mndn up of
men, nnd t'litli there Is some doolded
ohniigo ln lium-in nnt'ure. no two' Sepa?
rate bodles nre golt... tn pull togetheL
wlth vlgor. Klne cbonees to ono they
will pull Just Iho other wny.
"If Newport News nei-ds new tnflu!.
trles nnd illversllled Interests: lf It Ir
In need of more thnn one leg to/atund
upon, thore is nolhlng better .o'brinra.
theso things. tn puss tbtui n strong,
iiictlvo und .pretty well tluiinced bonrd
of trndo-?jiist ono. Tf. tbo movement
you speuk of Is looklng to tbnt ond t
wish lo ho recorded ns blddlug lt
i.oil.meod."? Newport Nows Tlmos
O ..&. & **_?_? O ,x?\l X .(""IW.
?TtiB Kind Yoti Havo Always Bou_;lit
No matter how long lt has been grtxy
or fadod. Promotea aluxurian*. growth
of healthy hair. Stopu its fallinrr out,
OKtl poslMvcly _.C-_-ov_.s D?n
?..ir.i.?. Keep* hair r.oft and cloasy. Re
?fuso all .uibstitiitc*.. 2Ja times aa
xnuch in $1.00 aa'GOc size.
pbllo Ilny Spoc. Co., Newnrk, N. J.
fjl and 50c boilles. at drugclr. __?,'?
THE solid black part
shows the pro
portions of thp
afnfteburp 18WMzP??YE&
Piano, ?whlch are the
same ns those of the
rc-gular piano.
The dotted lines show
the relative dimensions
of some other player
From this you see that
the Hfngs-eurp //Wfl?
ptAVgR Piano takes up
less space and does not
present the ungainly
appearance of so many
contatnin**-* player de?
vices within theircases.
The Itfneeburp'/___V5__:
piAYSft, therefore, adds
to its other features of
supcriority, that of
attractivc appearance.
Evcryone whocareb
for music should call
and examine this in?
strument. Anyonecan
play it and it gives a
choice from thousands
of pieces.
213 East Broad.
J. G. CORLEY, Gen. Manager
The Jefferson Turkish Baths
JIavIns Been Thoroughly Renovated.
Are Now Open for Business
Under thc Management of the
Gentlemen'B hours from 4 V. M. to 10
A M. dally und all day Sunday.
Ladles* hours from 10 A. M. to _ P. M.
dally, except Sunday.
Slnsle tlckets. -.1-00; ? tlckets, ?5.00; 13
lick-ts, *10.
Cut Price Sale MEN'S. OXF0RDS
311 B. BKOAI).
see wixijow uiarr-AT..
Telephone Yoisr Order
If you canrfot come to our stores.
It will be filled as carefully as
though you were at tlie store
I American Granula.eil Sugar, lb., 5J^c
(Uimcrt 'iMmiitn.s .Cc
.malt SmlthftoUl HairiE, per lb.Ktc
Good l.nril, pur ll)..:.0u
Ijirso Irlsh Potatoes, per peek.tno
*. lbs.. Roll Butter. .33u
l-nlifnrtila Evnporatetl Peaches. 2 lb_
cans Enrly Juno Pcna, foi
largo bars .:ulfln Prlde Soap.
Uilman's Pride Coffee, 2 pounds, 25c
3-11), j:u- Homo.Made Preserves.30e
t.aige Uinii Starch, por Ih.-Ic
R-ll), jittll T'.i-m ivi-. lu-mo ntttile.35.
r.ouil hnlt I'oi-K. per I..7u
3 lbs, [?'.?-:'_ fl&aated "QilKuyra Coffee... .Sl.to
Vintiitiu iViilo Ooi'l'.-., I.--1- lb.Ho
C'coil SV.y.-a r-x, p< i- lb.HOi;
Mu.an.ni oi- _>pai;.UI, por lb..n
Pure Cider Vinegar, gal.', - 20c
Best Elgin Butter, ib., - - 25c
Large Juicy Lemona, doz., 12 l-2c
1820-22 East
Main St.
-$06 E,
Marshall St.
Phones at Both Storea

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