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NEWS FROM SUFFOLK AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA.
- * ' . 'Tuesday's SUFFOLK ins as to the Result Election. ltn?8 ofTown Council ITIentiue -Topott-rnplilcn? (lorwi-Wludior ?lfcn:.*?lepliot?? Connection Wltli ^ilhit^Ouisldo World-Taei?ny Card SSI^Iteb-Jl'crMOuat Notes. -(Special to Vlrginlan-PlloW '^? Va., Nov. 4.-With two dlur 'I&S&ches between' noon and election .l?ay^beresuit.ls yet an uncertain quan : tlty. This is a difficult election to iore ^cait wit* any degree of certainty. The regular'Republican vote is the uncer? tain' quantity. There Is a considerable orecT registration and if the colored on vote-with any-degree of solidity over the district the balance of power is theirs. NAN SBMOND'S VOTE. Former County Chairman J. B. West to-day said Nansemond would go for 'Boykin by 1.000 to. 1.6W plurality. Though Isle of Wight hasn't been given "up by the Strands people the ?the%side ciSima the county by a majority of 400 to C00. ~ Southampton's majority for Shan as depends on tho size of tho vote cast. . .The;oounty will be for its sou by 1.200 to 2,000. Some of Mr. Shands admirers '??/claim even- more. SLOW RETURNS. ? There Is something else about Tues? day's contest?^c^^ returns will be ? hard to get- I have heard several times that there was a likelihood of returns being held back in certain parts of the ; district to wait for results elsewhere. This may be only rumor. COUNCIL HAPPENINGS. The Town Council last night took pains to prevent the recurrence of an Rcoldent which this week resulted In.the death of'a horse and endangered hu? man life. They don't mean to let the electric light people use rotten poles which are liable to drop live wires on the streets and sidewalks, and which might next time kill a man Instead of a JlOTSO. A resolution was adopted requ'irlng the street commissioner to make a close innpectlon of the poles and repont all Unsound ones for condemnation. Such bad poles aro required to be replaced within ten days. The posts have to- be 25 feet above and four ifeet below the .ground's surface. This was the Council's regular No< vOmbcr meeting. Present: R. L. Brew? er, Jr., Mayor; Oouncllmen R. R. Allen, W. B. Ferguson, W. C. Harrell, John ?C. Hblladay, G. S. P. Holland, John B. Norfleet and John B. Pinner, and Clerk [W\ Ij. McI,eod. OCTOBER REPORTS. ,? Mayor's fines, $19; Sergeant's collec-. ;tlons, J28; Treasury balance, $520.66; requisitions Overseer of. Poor, $55.45; market receipts. $100.40; Commissioner of revenue, $76.20. It was reported that all the town lights In the City Hall had been put ;on one meter. , It was reported that a loan of $1,000 ;?(or sixty days had been negotiated . With C. J. Duke at G per cent, inter? est. Bids were opened for the removal of night son. Tho following amounts were bid, the figures meaning month ,.Jy consideration, the contract to run one year, from December 1, 1809: J. C. Causey. Jr., $24; J. Z- Yeates, $25; W. P. Mitchell, $25; W. F. Lloyd, $26; p. S. Smith, present contractor, $30. Causey cets the contract. .The Postal Telegraph Company was asl0R^.e,d *m-25 ,0*os, and the Stand? ard Oil Company $10. TOPOGRAPHICAL, SURVEY. Messrs. Ferguson, Allen and Holland were appointed to learn the price of a .topographical survey of the town with a view .to putting in a system of ; eewerage. The Street Committee was author? ize, to fix a dangerous culvert on Main street, near the Seaboard Air Line depot. The question of taxing peanut buy? ers was referred to the town attorney for an opinion. nwmoy ? Pelham. Trotman was elected driver of tho fire englno In place of A. H. Spring, resigned. 1 S^.A 'communication from the Manu? facturers' Record with reference to od |?tne^b?e.a SDeC'al CdUlon was laid ?n ^V-'Mesars. Pinner. Norfleet and Harrell were appointed to Inquire into the ^SenSne ? ""^ ?CCldent t0 th* SUFFOLK ADVERTISEWIE'TS To the PubilcT Information has reached mo that some Vjone has reported that I wrote to a negro ?Ijtepublican. ^Windsor to solicit hiseup. ./? port for Mr. Shands. Any such statement frw.de by any man Is o huso falsehood ^IV.WOU.ld not apply to negroes and any ^?na?;who does ousht to bo voted down Vijpy indignant Democrats. ;" ? ' 'grn^bfleld, Va.. Nov.J"3d? is^?I0^EAft ; NE WS?I SELL OYSTERS ?3 ;,\^;?ytno measure, stew, fry or In the ^;pl)Oll;:-.They are fresh and fat. When you S?nt.fMd oysters call on me at tho old -pC^ble.Stand In tho rear of Oity Marke r.-cr have, both phones, ?. E. COGGSDAL-e bs?s?ift?4rGt City Hall Theatre, If ftrejpighls, Commencing Monday, Nov. 6, $0. Beyenteenth consecutive season of Col iFS^Mfw^ ,Gr?ver:6 Was Exhibition Mf*n$%*<gn Carnival. A handsome, watch ?_ftpd;?;:fl/ty costly presents will be given jBS?p<a<* night. Klees, 10c.. 20c. and 30c ^^rfrved seats on nale Saturday morning ag^j^art^ Drug Store. no3-3t j?*NO BEEN APPOINTED CITY fefcan'now-sei',8 SOUTHBRI IpAL AND THR0M8H TICKETS ?' points on that road, as well as <r we. ^Bee me before you Teave. v^Ttespcctfully, - - /' W G. J9LAM, Suffolk, Va.. ',;Wopdwafd & Elojn^alns. Ofllcc. IK. PUBLIC-OWING T?~P?1U -f^ health, and not being able to -roy nwroantlle business as I ja^.aeciaed to discontinue the t .hav? appointed Mr. J j. g JKH,;S^mE ae*J"st me should ^ they wl" p#^;-Q. .W. HAUGHWANT. TheCouncil quit business about 11 o'clock. A WAR) SHOW. Commencing next Monay for a three nights' engagement, Ool. John Holmes Groner"s great war exhibition and girt carnival will be the attraction at tho City Hall Theatre. Ool. Groner. In 1883. was granted a special permit by General Oraway to exhibit the only Photographie ? views that were official, being the famous Brady war scenes, for which the United States govern? ment paid tho sum of twenty-five thousand dollars, and from which orig? inal negatives Col. Groner has the only stereoptlcon slides that were ever per? mitted to be made. A gift enterprise Is in connection with this exhibition. A watch and fifty presents will oo given away each evening. Reserved seats now on salo at Stewarts drug store. TELEPHONE FOR WINDSOR. Windsor, Va., was to-day given tele? phone connection with the outside "world. A Southern Bell Telephone was put into J. F. Joyner's store of that town. Thcro Is no local exchange as yet. TUESDAY CARD CLUB. , The Tuesday Afternoon Card Club will be entertained next .Tuesday by Mrs. R. Harry Butler at 18 Franklin street. There will be refreshments. The hour is 4 o'clock. TOLD IN PARAGRAPHS. The Silver Cross Circle of King's Daughters will have a meeting at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon with Mrs. J. H. Culley. Mr. J. C. Causey, Jr., of KInston, N. C, came to-day to visit relatives In Suffolk. Mr. J. W. Lnsslter, of High Point, N. C, who had been the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. W. Blanchard, has gone home. Mr. J. W. Thomas, or Smlthfleld, has in this issue a strong denial of certain rumors which have reached him. Mr. F. K. Barrett and bride, of Bal? timore, arrived here to-day to pass a part of their honeymoon with Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Hill. Mrs. R. Li. Stultz has gone for a stay with relatives In Waverly, Va. Miss Beatrice Daughtrey, who had been visiting Suffolk relatives, left to? day for Richmond. Mr. Wr. C. Huych, representing the Bartholomew .Company, of Des Molnes, to-day had some photographs made, showing inside views from the Suffolk Peanut Company's plant. They are to be put In a book, which his company will print, telling about peanut-roast? ers. Mr. J. P. Bean, of Smlthfleld, Va., registered at the Commercial to-day. PETERSBURG. VIRGINIA CON FERENCE ? DEMO - CRATIC BARBECUE?? INDUSTRIAL. (Petersburg, Va., Nov. 4.?The Vir? ginian Annual Conference, which con? venes here the 15th of this month, la I being looked forward to with much in- , terest by the Methodists of Petersburg. Homrs have been secured for nearly all of the 300 hundred clerical and lay delegates who are expected to he In attendance. Those whose terms expire by limitation are Presiding Elder Campibell and Rev. R. E. Barrett, pas? tor of the Methodist Church n Bland ford. It is reported that some change may likely (be made in the pastorage of the Melihodist Church at Ettrlck, Chesterfield county. Rev. Mr. Green is pastor of this ohurch. IiNDUSTRTATi The Public Property Committee of the Common Council met with Mr. B. F. Smith, president of the B. F. Smith Fire Proof Construction Company, of Washington, D. C, this morning and formally took possession of the new city clerk's office building built by this company, paying the contractors the sum of $6,500 cash to close the transac? tion. The office is a most substantial building, and those who have seen it are much pleased with the structure and its equipments. Mr. Lee Cobbs has sold his large sawmill plant, near -Dlnwiddlo Court House, to Mr. W. W. Ilines, of this atty. The price (paid for the property was In the neighborhood of $2,500. The Petersburg Iron Works Company is bulding a 'large schooner on the Wharf here, which will shortly be launched. BREVITIES. Cards of invitation are out for the marriage of Miss Julia MoRae, of Petersburg, and Mr. Algernon Hurt, of Richmond, which will take place on the 15th instant. Howard Hughes, Harry G. Cfcaft, and Dudley Prout, of the United States auxiliary gunboat Scorpion, were ar? rested here thiis morning on suspicion. Tt is said that "they have broken leave of absence from their boat. V FRANKLIN, PERSONAL' AND OTHEB ITEMS OF INTEREST. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) I Franklin, Va., Nov. 4. ? Master Vaughan Camp, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. j. Camp, who has been quite sick, is not any better. Mr. John Prctlow, a prominent citi? zen, died last Tuesday morning about 8 o-clock. He was 70 years of ago. He leaves a wife, three grown eons and three children. The funeral took place from the Episcopal Church. The ser? vices were conducted by Rev. W. W. Walker. Tih?la?1?? of the Episcopal, Methodist and Christian Churches will give their annual (lower bazaar next week. Miss Jennie Ware PreUow, who has been teaching school at Brooklyn, N. Y., has returned home, and will at once open a school at Capron Franklin is getting to be quite a home place; Us health-giving \aLrs Tts moral tone, Us goon schools and pleas? ant people are its drawing cards Evcrv pfed rCsldence reccntly erected is occii Cnrds are out announcing tho mar? riage of Mr. Mack Jones, a prominent young merchant, to one of Berkleys fair daughters. Mr. Golder, assistant agent of the Seaboard Air Line at this place who hns been so 111, is at his post of duty again, much improved In health. MrgTTtoyal, of North Carolina, is the guest of Mrs. Col. Edwards, at her country home. The' Franklin Steam Laundry start? ed up last Wednesday morning. Mrs. Jennie Norfleet left last Tues? day morning for Florida, to see her brother, Mr. John Camp, who is very III. Mrs. Dr. Tom Pretlow is going to build on West Clay street. M|ss Nettle Bryant is visiting friends in Petersburg, NEWPORT NEWS. A Christian:) Kindergarden to Be % Established Hero, Work n?gan on llio Wcw 81. K. Cnurcn ?Another Lnmiolilutr Arrinccri for?Norfolk Hun Appuliued to Position?New Powrr Honio. Newport News, Va,, Nov. 4.?To-mor? row afternoon-at 3 o'clock In the rooms of the Union Gospel Mission, No. 2615 Washington avenue, the initial steps will be taken looking to the organiza? tion of what will virtually be a "Chris? tian Kindergarten," although that is not the name by which the movement will be known. Several days ago there arrived in the city a young 3ady Who had had consid? erable experience in training children who have been neglected by their par? ents or whose parents have been too poor to give them the advantages they should have in their tender years. Miss May Carrigan came here from.Wash? ington, where she has done excellent work in handling neglected children. She is well known to Superintendent R. ; E. Redding, ot the Union Gospel Mission, Who has had occasion to ob? serve her work and to note the success with which she carried It on. Mr. Red? ding Is gratified as being able to have Miss Carrigan .here, as he feels con? fident she will do a good work with the little tots who need her attention. NEW METHODIST CHURCH. Work has Just been started on the foundation for the new Washington Avenue Methodist Churoh on Twenty ninth street, between Washington and Lafayette avenues. The bricklayers ?sure now at work on the rear wall. The walls will be laid on foundation of concrete. Now that work is actively under way, the contractor will hurry it to com? pletion as rapidly as possible in order to make up for the delay in starting. ANOTHER LAUNCHING. The new Cromwell Line steamship Comus will be launched at the ship? yard Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Miss Josephine Rohrer, of Burlington, Vt., will christen the ship. The date originally announced for the launching of the sixth vessel to leave the ways at the shipyard this year was November 7th, but the event will take place two days later. Miss Rohrer 1s the daughter of Lleu i tenant Commander Karl Rohrer, who has been attached to the battleship Kentucky as executive officer. She has been staying at the Warwick Hotel for some time with Commander and. Mrs. Rohrer. The hour of 1:30 o'clock has been se? lected for the launching, as the tide I Is highest on that day then. ThlB will be the first afternoon launching at the shipyard. RESIGNATION AND APPOINT? MENT. Mr. I. G. Harvey, who for ten or twelve years has had Charge of the Chesapeake and Ohio coal agency in ?this city, has resigned his position with the railroad to accept the agency hero of the Virginia Pilots* Association. His new office is an Important one, and Mr. Harvey is the right man in the right place. Mr. O. T. Edwards, of Norfolk, suc? ceeds Mr. Harvey and has entered upon his duties. Mr. Edwards is a young man of intelligence and ability, fully capable of discharging the duties of his responsible office. TO COMMENCE NEXT WEEK, Mr. E. D. Preston, the Baltimore builder, who was awarded the contract for erecting the large power house of the Newport News and Old Point Rail? way and Electric Company, the foun? dation of which has already been com? pleted, will arrive In Hampton Tues? day morning to commence work on the structure. The building Is to be com? pleted in 175 working days, and Mr. Preston will have the work begun in two or three rln.yq nf'?r hie arrival here. CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE. DETAILS OP THE THIRD AND FOURTH DAYS' SESSIONS. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) Waverly, Va., Nov. 2.?Religious ex? ercises were conducted by Rev. M. W. Butler, Revs. A. D. Woodworth, late missionary to Japan, and Rufus King, 'of the Friends' Church, were Invited to seats as deliberative members. The fol? lowing were elected delegates to the Southern Convention, which meets at Franklin, Va., in May. Elders J. P. Barrett, N. G. Newman, John T. Kitch? en, H. H. Butler, J. W. Harrell and W. W. Staley. Alternates: M. T. Porter, R. H. Peel, J. W. Johnson, M. L. Hurley, J. W. Barette, R. H. Holland, Laymen: Judge J. F. West, E. E .Holland, Col? onel A. Savage, W. J. Lee, A. M. Eley, J. W. Folk. Alternates: J. E. West, A. T. Holland. R, A. Hyslop, J. A. Lobe, George J. Coslen and T. J. Lawrence. The Committeo on Home Missions re? ported and made some recommenda? tions. It recommended an appropriation of $620 on the payment of the debt on the Norfolk church. Each pastor is re duested to preach one missionary ser? mon In each of his churches. Preaching at noon by Rev. John T. Kitchen, of Windsor, Va, Dr. J. P. Barrett, of Norfolk, preach? ed at night. Miss Choppel, Waverly, and Mrs. Martlno, Norfolk, each sang an Impressive solo. FOURTH DAY'S SESSION. Conference called to order with re? ligious exercises by Rev. R, H. Peel. Finance Committee made its report, showing a total Of $208,132 collected this ycart?this being over $800 more than In st year. Committee on Foreign Missions brought good news from our foreign work. We have- six missionaries In Ja? pan and two others are expected to sail soon. We will soon have a missionary in Armenia?at Antioch. Hev. A. D. Woodworl'h gave an inter? esting address on Jnpan, showing its needs, etc. At noon the Ordination Presbytery, consisting of Rev. N. G. Newman, W. W. Staley, J. P. Barrett, ordained Revs. J. W. Johnson, and L, L. Lasslter as olders in the church. The afternoon session was devoted to the transaction of Important business. A collection was taken for the mission work In Antloch (Syria) amounting: to $12.01. A resolution of thanks was voted to the churches, pastors and people of the community for their, excellent en? tertainments, and splendid hospitality to the conference, while In session. The conference also tendered' a vote of thanks to the lodges for the use of their hail. The next session meets with New Le? banon. ?1. Rev. N. G. Newman preached to? night Thus ended the best session In the history of the conference. - WILLIAMSBURG. BUSINESS .MEN'S ASSOCIATION ORGANIZED?ACCIDENT? PERSONAL. Wllllamsburg, Va., November 4.? Seventy-three members joined the Business Men's Association organized hero last night to advance the Inter? ests of thlsiclty. Mr. J. B.- C. Spencer was elected president for the first year, and Messrs. H. Monquln first vice-presi? dent: T. J. Stubbs, second vice-presi? dent: L. Henley, Jr., third vice-presi? dent; Mr. H. N. Phillips, treasurer; Mr. John ' S. Charles, secretary. The next meeting will be held on the 16th instant. REAL ESTATE. A strong, real estate company has been organized and will be chartered as the Peninsula Land and Immigra? tion Company. The object be to in? terest Western and Northern capital in Peninsula real estate and indus? tries. ACCIDENT. Dr. J. W. Rawllns, an old resident, met with a painful accident which, at his advanced age, will go very hard with him. A large piece of wood dropped on one of his feet, breaking several bones and mashing the mem? ber badly. He is resting easier to? day. PERSONA!* Mr. R. W. Rose, who suffered a stroke of paralysis a few days ago, is improving Blowly. His condition Is se? rious. Judge Sydney Smith left this morn? ing for Richmond. BLACKSBURG. TRI-CITT BOYS GIVE A BANQUET ?FOOTBALL. (Special to Vlrtrlnlan-PlloO Blackfiburg, Va., Nov. 4.?The Nor? folk-Portsmouth-Berkley Club, of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute, gave Its first banquet of the session last night in the mess hall of the institute, and the affair proved to be a glorious success. Promptly at 10 o'clock the gay crowd proceeded to devour the delicious edi? bles which were set before them In brilliant array, and during the merry time which ensued toasts were drank to the health of Tidewater Virginia and its fair damsels. The club is among the foremost of like organizations at the institute, and the merry-making boys "who make up its quota of members are among the I liveliest to be found anywhere. Be? sides giving some form lot entertain? ment at different periods^ during the session the club has arranged for a pleasure party in Norfolk* during the coming holidays, and If the program is successfully carried out there shall cer? tainly be a gala time there for the members at least one night during the merry Xmas. Football at the Institut is on the In? cline, and from present Indications the team will soon be as strong as any In the South. The list of victories already added to by victories over University of Tennessee and St. Alban's, five to It a record without a superior in the southland. LYNCHBURG. A SENSATIONAL SHOOTING?A NEW INDUSTRY. Lynchburg, Va., November 4.?De? tails of a sensational shooting affair in Nelson county have Just reached here. Last Wednesday Mr. James Dickey, one of Nelson's prominent and wealthy citizens, shct and seriously wounded Jim Davidson, a former resident of Lynchburg, who was at the time on Mr. Dickey's place contrary to Mr. Dickey's orders. - It 1s stated that Mr- Dickey claims that he did not Intend to hit Davidson, but tried only to frighten him. Mr. Davidson's condition is said to be very critical. PAPER BOX FACTORY. Machinery hns been purchased and nil arrangements made for the opera? tion here of a lnrge pnper box factory. Mr. T. A. Jennings, of Lynchburg, and Mr. M. C. Price, of Roanoke, are the proprietors. CRITTENDEN. (Special to Virglnlan-PlloU Crittenden, Va,, Nov. 4.?Mr. Charles H. Bush met witli n painful accident while on his boat last Thursday even? ing. He fell and sprained his ankle. As soon as he cou"-d get home he was attended by Dr. L L. Eley. Mrs. A. E. Carson, who has been suf. ferlng several days with a boll on his hand, Is much better. Mlsa Roxle Spragg and MIfs Lavinia Houghwont are visiting relatives In At? lantic City. Mrs. Eugene Gllllarn has returned home after spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Powell, in Nor? folk. Miss Mlsslourl Hunley, of Isle of Wight, who has been visiting Miss Edythc Forrest, returned homo Wed i nesdny. PHCEBUS. Phoebus, Va., Nov. 4.?Emmanuel Episcopal Church, of Phoebus, Rev. Floyd L. Kurtz, pastor, has elected the following officers for the ensuing year: Vestrymen?Messrs. E. C? Kaiser, II. J. Fix and Thomas H. Bryan. Wardens?Messrs. James Mitchell and Herbert Jones. Treasurer?Mr. Joseph Knhn. The Sunday school of.this church has selected the following officers: Superintendent?Rev. Floyd L. Kurtz. Assistant Superintendent?Mr. Her? bert Jones. Secretary?Mr. G. G. Condon. (Treasurer?Miss Lizzie Bryan. Ushers? Messrs. Thomas Allen and Frank Lorrnhee. Both the church and the Sunday school are In a nourishing condition, ahd Mr. Kurtz's services are having a great influence in his neighborhood. Iof the Uneeda Family is here! It is the sweet sister of Uneeda Biscuit. The new creation is a . delicate wafer, flavored with Iff gmger an<d Chris? 's tened It is put up in the wonder? ful Uneeda package that re? tains all its freshness, all its flavor, all its goodness, Unoeda tJlRjetr Wa^fer is in no way related to the old fashioned ginger snap. It is more delicate in flavor, daintier in form, more delicious in every way. For sale everywhere. Made only by NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY ROAKOKE. A BRAKESMAN K1LLED-DWELL INO BURNED. Roanoke, "Va. November 4.?The dwelling of John SLollz, a farmer re Biding three inilra wPBt of Kounokc, was burned at 1 o'clock this morning. The building was owned by Mrs. William Petty and was totally de? stroyed. There was no Insurance on either the house or its contents. KILLED. Charles Bland, white, a Norfolk nnd Western brakeman and a resident of Roanoke, was hilled near Radford last j night while coupling cars. The re? mains wero brought to Roanoke for interment. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. NOTES FROM THE SOUTHS LEAD? ING SCHOOL. (Special to Virginian-Pilot.) University of Virginia, Nov. 4.?Vir? ginia's football team started for De? troit Friday evening. The team carried sixteen players with them. Captain Summorsgill, owing to a lame knee, was unable to accompany the team. Shlbley, Virginia's quarter back, will act as captn.ln. The team will be in charge of Head Coach Hoxton. ?. Considerable regret has been express? ed at the showing made by Virginia's team on the gridiron this year, but there are chances yet for the team to end up strong. The line-up In Michigan will be a comparatively new make-up, and we must not expect too much of them against the strong Western eleven. There Is good material in the college, but for unknown reasons some of our best men are out of the game. There is "S.mdow" Moore, Baxter Moore, Lloyd and Carney, all excellent men, who would almost make a team themselves. Let us hope all will stand by the team and come out, so we can show our Lehlffh friends "a thing or two" In the Thanksgiving game at Richmond. The Teachers' Club at Lynchburg, has secured Dr. Charles W. Kent, pro? fessor of English Literature In the University, to give the opening lecture of their course. Tennyson will be his subject. Professor Groves addressed the Washington Literary Society last Sat? urday night. Mr. Grubbs, of Kentucky, won the handsome silver cup in the tennis tour? nament and now enjoys the honor of being the champion tennis player of the University. RoiVb, who came second, won a ]>lne racquet. Wednesday^ evening the Clermont Hotel was the scene of a-brilliant ban? quet given by the Tillta Society. Among those Initinted was R. E. Lee Taylor, of Norfolk. Professor Young, of the University, gave a lecture In Lync.hburg, Vai, last week. Dr. Hugh T. Nelson, of Charlottcs vllle, Is the newly-elected president of I'he Meilical Society of Virginia. Dr. Nelson Is one of the most prominent physicians In Charlottcsvllle, and Is an FREE BOOKTOMEN . Send for my littli book ?n | Nature'? Cure. It i< written : to encouiage men who lack I vigor, havin? Drains. Losses,' ' "lmpotency, Varicoccle, etc. Ic : describes my famous DRJ SAN DEN ELECTRIC BELT] ; ,Vrith electric suspensory, the? ' world's greatest home self. , (treatment for all results of : I youthful errors. Worn at night, it cures white you sleep. Over ' fioco cave testimony during i iSoS. No drugs to wreck the stomach. Write for above book to-day. Sent free, Inntain sealed envelope; or the Belt may be examined at my office. I answer til lettert perton? ally, and give the benefit of my jo years' experience a* a . specialist without charge. . _ ? _ ' Dr. E. D. SAN DEN. lie) Droid?ay. New York, X. V) ? alumnus of the Medical Department of the University of Virginia. He is also a lecturer at the University clinics. He is still a young man, being only about 53 years of age. Thursday night there was a very good debate held In the John B. Minor Law Dobatiras Society. The case dis cussed was where a man stole a horso In West Virginia and then brought him into Virginia. The. thief was tried for larceny In this State; The court ac? quitted the prisoner, saying he could only be punished to West Virginia, un? less there ia & special Statut? providing for such cases.