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VOL. 1, SO. 111). KLLKKIKLO. WEST VlKdlMA, SI N1)AY MORNLNG, AUOl ST 2f» l!KM> PHICE TWO OENTEfc CUBANS WANT A COMMISSIONER. Assert People’s Bights Have Been Ignored. 8TI1.L IT IS NOT THOUGHT THK SITI ATION IS GRAVK. Now York. Ails:. 2R Tlio Trlhcne lodav says: ••presi fot.t Roosevelt Ik t j bo uppen led lo h\ It nil Cti via Amerhnna, and Amrruan- with cum ii erclal Interests in ( 'by. to use Uls 11 fluence to end tile *»ir|f»> now *r. progress. before »hes« Interest me I derferred With, :*s I* feared 1*0., will be. "One word from the president. as sort the men who are behind thia movement, will suffice lo end the up rising. “Colonel Carlos M. Agutre, n vet eran of the last revolution In Cuba, who apparently is the loading spirit auio ng the haul Cuban-Americans, who are opposed to the Palma re glme. has drafted a letter addressed to President Roosevelt, which he will forward to-day or tomorrow, prob ably by H|>eHul messenger. after he has ohtulned the signatures of sever al Americaiik who hold property in the island. "This letter rails attention to the many wrongs alleged to have been suffered by the Liberals at the hands of the government, which he de clares are responsible for the present uprising. "It calls on President Roosevelt to appoint by the authority of the terms of the Platt amendment, a commiss ion to preside at a new election for president In Cuba, charging that at the last election the rights of the people were Ignored and that the constitution was violated.” LISTEN AT THIS. -- PEEK A BOO BUG BITES SHOULDERS. OHM\T IMURfT I'KARLK TO WITHHTAN'I) CHAIlMtt OP THK MOOFItN SHIRTWAIST Th« following telegram has been sent out from PewaokAe Lake, Win: The Peek-a-Boo bug has made ith appearance here, and has spread such terror among the girls that they are afraid to appear after dnik in the particular form of shirtwaist that appeals most strongly to the danger ous Insect. Miss Maude Allbarh was bitten on her pretty neck Friday night so vlcously that u large lump was raised, and for several hours she was quite III. Another youug woman, Miss Hat tie Lawrence, felt a sharp bite on her shoulder while sitting on the I porch, and her mother brushed off a large peek-a-boo hug. This Insect Inflicts its damage with a pair of saw-like rlaws. Miss Itosn Killian. the pretty dashing world's champion bareback rider with Itohlnson's drens was In pewaukee Lake at the time Mho was also bitten. At the same time she captured 20 of the hugs and set to work training them. She succeed ed They cake walk, turn somer saults and walk the wire and ran be seen In Robinson's Menagerie. June 2.r», IH75. at the Centennial exhibition In Philadelphia, the tel ephone was for the first time exhib ited to the public A few months be fore Alexander flrahant Bell had perfected his invention, hut It was not until a month after the opening of the centennial that It occurred to hint to exhibit the wonder working device at tin- great fair. Mr* Peton Fleming. who w»i recently plrrtrd a member of t h# Koval Astronomical society, is not the only woman who has succeeded in romprphsndlnK the mysteries of the heavens. Miss Henrietta T/oavltt discovered twenty-five new variable soars some years ago l.ndv Hog gin* diligently helps her husband. Hir William Huggins. In hla astro nomical observation*. fn their house in South London they posses* a very finely equipped observatory which contain* the enormous telesrope pre sented by the royal society to Hir William In recognition of the worV 1 accomplished by I.adv Hoggins and himself In astrophysics. A Johnson county (Mo.) woman found a new use for the phonograph the other dav. Her hnshond was cavorting around trving to settle a swarm of bees by ringing a hell, beating on a dish pan. and hammer ing the daylight out of a lard can.j when she thought of the new phono-*"1 graph in the parlor. She brought It out, started It going, and In a few minute* the swarm of bees was set tled and hived. NO POST WANTS NEGRO TROOPS War Department Does Not Know How to Dispose of The Colored Regiments. FONtatFSS MAY I IK ASKKIi AT \K\T HKHHION To MOI.VK TIIK 1‘KOIILKM. WASHINGTON, Ah*. The iiiont vexatious problem now run 1 fronting the war department is the disposition yf the negro troops of the tegular army. The killing or a white cltlxen at Brownsville. Texas, by the colored soldiers of the Twen ty-flfth infautry has brought about a crisis which has been developing for some time. No community In «n> auction of the country wants the negro troops When they Wares talloned at Fort When they were stationed at Fort in l>es Moines, la., and In oilier sections of tlie north, um| east there were vlgoious protests. When the negroes were aeut south there were strong protests and finally the de partment derided that the solution of the question was to Head them to i he Philippines. This decision ere ated such violent opposition on the purt of the Filipinos that Secretary I'aft was forced to Issue an order directing that no more negro troops bo sent to tlie Philippines except foi **«‘,vlce in the IhIuiki of Miudauuo to light the black Moron. The only ut* Kio troops that can be seut to Min danao la to relieve those now there. The war department |s In u pie dlcumeut. Congress directed that four negro regiments be enlisted, and these regimentH have been or gnnixed since the latter part of tin clvl) war. Whenever these troops me moved from one post to another then Is trouble for the department until tho situation grows so had that at its next sessions congress will le asked to pass legislation repealing the law authorizing the enlistment of negro troops or to adopt a tesr lutlon directing that the colored troops be assigned to posts regard less of tlie protests of the people. It Is stated that it cannot longer be denied that the sentiment, against ‘he negro Is growing stronger In ev ery section of the country, and one of the first problems to be solv'd Is that relating to the negro soldier. It will he hsird for congress to dis criminate against the negro as he Ir a taxpayer and has rights under the constitution. He also has demo* strated that he makes an excellent soldier when under the command of white officers (Jen Hell, the chief of stnfT. is now at Oyster Hay discuss lag the question with the president GOOD WORD FOR AN ACTOR I .owls Mlrrlsnn is Ttio an nouncement carries regret to ninny Southerners who have Mm. nn<] again enjoyed with keen pleasure his dc lightful interpretation of Mephlato phele* in "Faust." ft is rather un nsiinl, hut true, with all the potty Jealousies and blighted ambitions or • he stage world, no Thespian lias ever attempted to rob this man of his lam els, and In this respect he occupi ed a unique position. North and South, Fast and West, he was prom inently, Indelibly Identified with this role. He made the sinuous, artful "devil” as popular with the gallery gods ns the current hero of melodra ma. and yet as classic and finished from the artistic standpoint of the first-night critic as the King Richard of itoth or the Shylock of Mansfield Endowed with the physical attributes and possessing the voice, pose ant manner that came to him from long and devoted study of the role, he perfected It until "Faust” without Morrison's Mophlsto-phelos was as Insane as would have been Hamlet minus the melancholy Hano. in pri vate life, he was a valiant soldier, a good citizen, a devoted husband ard father, n gentleman of the old schooi. In his passing the stage and his country have sustained a bereave ment.— Charlotte, N. C , Observer The chief of police of Seattle, he Moving that prize fighters bring crlm Inals and other undesirables in Mudr train, has ordered all pugilists, train ers and others connected with the ring to leave the vltv or fake up some respectable employment. BLAME THE TYPEWRITER. Business Men are Adopting A New and Novel Custom. “»»I«*T%TK1> HIT NOT ItKHKMi.” IS TIIK Nh'WKNT HAItMMi. I ho phrase ‘'dictated hut not re rcad” Is now occasionally hihmi ^stamped or typewritten lit tho low« <*st left hand corner of n typewritten letter. Thla Is the latest loophole of escape adopted by cautious though very busy men to avoid the reading over the letters they dictate, and. at the same time, to explain any error niiuto by a cureless or Ignorant sten ographer. My this simple expedient, a busi ness man Is able lo affix his signature to euch of a pile of tpyewritten let ters. trusting to luck that no glaring mistiikes have been made. Again, with this printed explanation, the business man may leave before the 'ln\ s mull Is finished, this explunii tlou making a personal signature un necessary I his scheme for relieving oneself from the results of mistakes caused cither by misunderstanding of a word at the time of- dictating or the stenographer’s Ignorance of business terms was first adopted by traveling salesmen obliged to have most of their correspondence done ut hotels along the route and never sure of the accuracy of the stenographer avail able. FIND A BODY IN OLD HOUSE H»,< NKT < II AMItFIt WAS Ill lUAI, PI.ACK OF AS INOIAN. While engaged In tearing on* n pur tion uf the basement of the ohl Car lisle hoiiHe at Fairfax and Cameron at root a in Alexandria, yesterday. \V. SlmpHon came auddeuly upon a ghast ly find. What wn« supposed to he the body of a petrified man wan found In a secret and herinetIcally Healed com partment of the wmIIh of the ancient at ruct ur«*. Mr. Simpson Ih directing repaint on the bonne, which Ih suld to have been hought hy Frederick L. Wager of WaHhlngton. While exploring the baBement yesterday afternoon he dls covered the compartment and Immed iately opened It. The body Ih thought to he that of an Indlnu. He was a giant and the body shows that hIh height was almost seven feet. The age of the body Ih a matter of conjecture as the house was con structed In 1732, while the walla were hunt In icr.o. The Carlisle house has always been an important factor In the history of Alexandria, and were the true story of the body known It would no doubt disclose some startling secrets. Mr. Hitnpson has leased the house and Is directing Its remodeling and restoration. He kept a close watch over his remarkable find last night He has not yet decided whnt he will do with the body. The Carlisle house was one of the most noted hostelrtes In the United states one hundred years ago ft was • he stopping place of Oens Washing ton and Tlrndlock meeting their de feat at TMttshnrg ft was the ren dezvous for tho southern aristocracy on their pilgrimage from the south to Saratoga and places tn the north and has sheltered within Its walls some of the most brilliant nnd lllus 'rlous men and women who have gone down In American history are pretty tough Hart« Creek mald<nn' heartn are not no on ally broken an reported one of the hlunhlng kind Rave her hoart and hand to two young Cabell county men the name week thin month anf| then went to T,ognn and married a teamntep with a red none Cabell Record O. R. Hunk Irk. of Matewnn, wan in the city the f!rnt of the week look Ing after hunlnenn mattern. ft In nald that nome of Mr. Hunklrk'n frlendn are urging him to become a democratic nominee for member of the county court Mr. Runklrk be longn to the old democratic nchool and would douhtlenn make a ntrong candidate —Southern Went Virgin Ian. Aead the Dally Deader. j ADVISES TRAVEL IN OTHER LANDS. Returned Railroader Thinks It Sure Cure for Fault Finding Here. IHCt'I.AItl.M h'l KOPKAX I.INI m CANNOT < OMIMItK WITH TIIK \>1 KltlCA\. “If tile petHOtt Who Hilda fault I with the railroad acconuuiuodatlon* o* the United State# could ho made to tu'iid a week or two traveling on i’h he 1Curnpeau line* he Would nev | *r again complain or tho facilities in j |thta country.** aald John W. DaD 1 actliiR general passenger agent of i i j l.like Shore. Ho has Junt returned •'win a «•* week*1 tom r»r Mu rope. "In mjr opinion." said Duly, "there I’* only one feutnr in -*hlch the1 hiropean roudi can compare at all Ith American line* and that la an 1 gat'd* a peed They certainly do run like tlu* wind over thorn and my Heart war in m\ mouth nearly all I ’he time I was on their train# Nine hy intlea an hour 1* a common thing on moHt io tio. tore|: n road* and la! mode pottl hit* h their a I mo-it per Tcct lotidled*. whi \ are of rock and I gravel bullaal with heavy rill* and *teel II**k Hut their cars urine- and all other etiuipinenl are \*i. piltn lllve and ns regards comfort and Wifely arc nowhere to hi* compared with our ei|ulpnient. "Ill© uH't g|| tl l'»»t*r|aK: jiji; Pll^Ol car Is about on a pui with our old fashioned stagecoach and tliny Bre no niliiHlIv built thill n good heavy Jur, b t alone a wreck, Is Hnblo to smash t In in to pieces Very few of | the lrwtns over there tire oqiiIpprd with dining cars mid I was glad of It for the few d I ruin I h;iw wore mis erable afrafTH both as to service and Quality of the food. They charged me nhout $1 for a meal that could he bought anywhere In America ror “5 cents. "On all their best trains they charge extia Tor every little comfort or convenience For Instance they charge excess rare for the seat in Hie ear nett to the window and nlao charge • xtra for the best compart ment. In addition to all Ibis you must tip all the train employes if you wish to travel with comfort. “Kates are much higher there than 1 here, and they a re much more strict, nhout Issuing passes To Issue even a trip pass on an Kngllsh line re Quires a special meeting of the hoard Of directors of the road and the ap I plication must have a gilfedge reason to secure free transportation “ BELLS POE NEVER HEARD. Hear th*- telephonic bells Nickle plateQ hells. What a nervous agitation In their petulancy dwells. How our tempera they excite. Through the duy or In t lie night, As we he»r the operator’s shouts and yells! Hello,” ho says, “hollo,'’ And we wish he'd thither go For no tomcat caterwauling to mch helpless wrath impels; And everybody knows My the bawling And the calling How tin* conversation Hows As his thoughts into the Instrument repeatedly he tells As his thoughts with maledictions lie continually fells Tells, tells, tells, Arid again he rings the hells Hut the fellow at the other end |s disinclined to go So once more he loatllls Some hyph-ened syl-la hies, Idke a Jackdaw in a panic. And with vlgot Quite satanlc. It Is wrong to fear yotir hair. And worse, they say, to swear Ity this or that or here oi there or ant other where Hut that was said Met Ore we made V.ioce palpitating, fast vibrating tel ephonlc hells Hells, bells, bells, bells. And the yells, veils, veils <)( the s *nk« rs ind the bearers at those bell*. Belfast (fre ) r>a/ A n> w w«y of reatorlne dotn< f f»■ »H detailed In the Buffalo CoIII | mfrrinl A man there h:im approarhod »hr. other dav by a dlatreKaed looking yonnn man with whom ho Imrl n «llKht acquaintance, and naked lo do thla little kindne** "My wife »nd !. have had a fltrhf," the unforfunate j ohap *nld. by »nv of explanation, "and I'm afraid to «o home. I wlah you'd telephone to her that yon 'n•**!•» nie Juat »« | waa leaving for \lbtiquerque. N* M., vowln* never t»» return, and that you pcraiindcd m* to linger and try to pateh up differs '<*«*" with her." The poaafhflftfe* aeetned ho «reaf that the man did a> requeated Reault: The youn* man and hla wife are living together aifaln a* If they had Juat atarled on their honeymoon. KNEALT BEFORE FLYING TRAIN. NIPS NEAT PLOT TO COLOR MEAT. Common Salt and Cochineal Used By Butchers, Says City Chemist Pate. rni.iWK vnos i\ ini: sinci IHtM'OVKItY OF \\.\M1\N i‘ui:ni k\ a i i\ i:. (’I.KN Ml.AND. O., ,\iiK. 2.1 \ preparation of common t»ali and eoeh Inoal Is now i>«*ii*x used iih a coloring preservative for meats by some Cleveland butchers. (Mty Chemist I'nta au> h Date ban Just discovered tho now scheme or the bn toll ora. Several months nr.i> PuDi found that uiiulliio colors were IioIiik uni'll. I’uto and iIn* forco of sanitary |io Meoinen <|iilokl> stopped lltla and until within a fow days ako no fur •hot* troublo was experienced.. Sant pies of meat token thin week, howev er. did not appear In par fart rondl Hon to the chemist, but try as lo> Would, ho cottl I discover no coloring matter or proscrvnttves commonly used In any of tho samples. Mi' and IiIh assistants wore confl dent however, that something wuh being utH'il and after mm h work they found yesterday that the prep aration above mentioned was belay' used 1 mined.ately utter inaklliK the dlseovery I’ate eoadeinned alt the meat In shops rumples from which Allowed the adulteration lie ss \ that eonHaeiitloii Is a sure result of the dlnroveiy of the use of au> sort of udultornntM I’ato says that ho far an he known I ho use of eoehllieii) was never lie foro known i»m n coloring matter for meat He believe* he lets nttid" a dlseovery that will la- of niueh bene fit to pure fond department of oth er i Mes. SOMETHING FOR A STARTER. The pr« iili«n» in lit« loHitr to Mr Watson c ilm i "in-, t n lust t'ongr< h "ijiyh, nntntig «■»♦!■ r things too ii>ijii<*r ouh ♦•von to i.ii• -1f inn *'| hope anil bollevo ihrii the 1 >111 to pi ohih|t |i*i III leal coiili lliiilii'ui - hr corpora■ inn will pass." 'I’liih itiakcii one Mil il, of l In* confidence man who n >*♦1 Hydiiey Hnilth In the street, .v mg cordially, ns ho hold onl his hand Ah' Mr. f’nmo’nfc. | led I eve " *'Hlr,'' I was file anawor, "If you believe the* you'll believe anything " llul fh**j bill commondod by Iho president | would bo a very yimd kind of bill 'o> pass, and a st< p in the right direr lion might ho tak«n bv the president ! himself. it would only require Rome honest v. courage and coruinoii aoiiHe” on hi* part: and that, he says, controls him utterly, always uni everywhere Ah a starter, why should ho not compel the return of tile t’«d 000 campaign eont rfbul ion wlileli was clubbed out of the New' York 1 life liiHurance company's policy Pol dors to It111 elect him in ,0017 Mi I’erklns of the liiMiraneo company 1 leHtlflod that he gave the money to Mr Mils* and Identified the voi . check for the amount. Mr 1511s savs he got it aru| lined It V.'t / ♦ honld not the preHldont. If ho really means what ho ;«a\H, send this money Iniek to the policy holders to wl mu II belongs'* UNCLE SAM WILT. SUPPORT PALMA H im INSI It ft FI TIO\ HAS \l I I IfF.ff I’ltINt ll'AI. Olt M \ 'H IIAIi STIlKNfriH. WfiMhliirrNtn. I» C Any V.\ It iniiv hfl accepted nM ii certainty Him* the pren< ill government *»f Cuba will mil be overthrown by n r ** v r»1 • 111 on The lnd|icnt IniuirmHon which ri cent I y wim Marled by » 1< w diaeffec led pemonK In the (aland r»(inli||(l Ik ilooinH to fullnr»* not only ln-^ ni«<' It tin* no (lucent prlne||de brick of Ii lint hecantfc It |n mip(K>fiol hv no material Mrength. A RESTORATION DOJ.LAR FUNO Tlio ftryon Commoner amwM "The liolinr I’nt II BhHc" fund ?r» rolrnurae the widow* ami orphifi*' fnnda, to |K collected bv Chairman Cor tel yon Why not trn-t Vnt> Ifnmllton or Senator Dopew with the work ? Mid* OlIn Compton, v ho h»« bo< n *ufTorlng with a aovere attack of fever, I* doing nicely. CONCORD STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 1 Tin- fiill term of the Concord Normal School begins September I'Jth under the most favorable niiHpieoH. Hy act or the »u»t»> Hour,l of ItogciitH, practically a now faculty hint boon Installed ii la the opinion of the •'ohnl that Concord hint born Riven one of the siroURcitl tnncliliiK forces In the si til I‘re Iteration for College amt Teaching Tho four now courses of study whhh are ottered provide for full college preparation. Students having , 'nkcn a coinplole ionise nt Onnrord tnny rciiHonahly expect nhoul two yours or credit at tho State Hnivor m 11 y, Concord offers exceptional advnn la ros to student* expecting to become teachers. MIhr Davenport la a r.rad mile of lYnchem College of New Tork City, and has had an unusually Wide experience in Hie training or tenc|»era Miss Howland. Hie head model teacher, conn h to Concord from Ku.1 rinont Normal when* her work In the model school has ut tmeted uniiaiinl nli.iillon nmoiiK school men. Sp-clal edasnes for teacherH will he organized in pho nolle MVateiiiK of teiii'hliiR reading, In j httakelry. clay modeling, xml draw-I Ink Dormitory on a New ltn«ls. in*- mu ilium y mum nirii 11111 > :•»\ *« I Iii IUUII.V renpeetH mill «td a hi lulled up un it new IihkIk. MIhh Meredith, tt lii.l\ or high ;i111iM> i»lid umi III, Iiuh hern |• 111 In • Inn "c <>f the dormitory iih pr<^r*«>>|> I •li i* her duly lo keep in c|oan miik'Ii wlrii Him Klrl*. look after *li«*lr lilt-.slcaI welfare and provide for HOC IIII life In Him dormitory. Il\ 11t Ih ineniiH a hli'.li order o* oelal culture will lie open to yo.inr ladlev, making their home In Him dor mitory * l 'ojwiueicla I I 'oiirni'M, I'ew vuillig men leave Hr Pool mid o onl Into litiHlneHM life Without feeling Iho need of tmmo knowledge of l > pe-w rl11 iik, hook-keeping mid ideiiograpliy. 'I o meet tie needH, coni' (»h In the above HnlijeetH and In ! peiimmiHliip are ofrered under thoj ln«lrucllon of Mr l.lttle IMiy'dcill Trainin'' ami \tlilelieN. 1 N’o Kehool dona JiimHco to the voting men and women In It*; charge tiuleHH it make!', pro . i .ion for phyu Ical training Mr. Shaw who form erlv had charge of IhL work In the I'liiimoid Normal, will have phyn leal t mill I fig among Hie hoya MIhh Ifugliei- a graduate <>f W lie ly Col lege will have thin work with the girl*. Athens ha« many of the udvanta I e. of an Ideal loea I ion for a mcIiooI An altitude of ahoiit LM'.op feet |n Hurt'M fr« ih all*. The Iowunpeople are favorably dlapoMrd toward’ the Htn ' dents and open fheli hoimm free to them Hoard, Including room and laundry v.aib from $10 Co to $ | 2 r,o per month ('nmmnnh ation with the Hiloelpnl |a Invited AthoriH, \V Va NEWS FROM GRAHAM Mr. it nil N1r« ls»e I’Olndext or e n let tallied ;i large party of fhnlr friends on IfiHl night A very unique feature of the occasion was that tin> voting hn-ti were to wear feminine apparel. It In raid that Hplder" llaylor had a most graee fill knni'<Too wnilc and that "l**n»fy** Draftnm's hustle was simply out. of «ir M. A number of oil. rItlzen* ar« In dlgnant at ffir* mhnnnr In which fho trio Mon ft it'd them on yefttonluy afti r Mu* Intll yttrue. Two cam worn cut. to Minefield dtr'ctlv nftor (ho write inn! whr.fi ili third fur came If, loo was Mnl on to Mlncfl<-ld whlln fiinli-ii patron.! of tho lino worn left iii t.vviilt tho plcnmtro of j IMs Ifoval Highness, tho General Mann oi or olao walk to Ora fin in Thla la tho third time* thui such I root merit loin boon afforded onr lieople and In all prohatdllfv the • own f oomll will |„. |ielItlonod in lake the matter up and *ee Ilia! tho tow i, (o-m |t ? just right* w«* 'll! ilk* lo onoottriipe all public enterprises, hit ■ we iletdro not to ho forgotten hv those f liftt ha v« reeeived valuable fraio hlrt 'a at our handa. fho Mraham base hall leant ban disbanded for the season, feeling .at lafl»'«| that It has had n n -usomthly successfn| season The thanks of th. public are due to Manager I'rocketl for govlug them hlult (lass ethlbl • Ion* f*f the national game All of our 'far playi-nt have been Signed foi I he ne\l season atid when the umpire « alls "play hall" Graham will he there with tho goods. Hoad tho Dally Loader. WOMAN ItKBOHTH TO HOR- i Itllll.K MKT HOI > OF HELF HKMTIU’CTION. Williamsport. 1*®., Aiik. 26—At 1 lorsey Shnr«» this morning. Mm. Mar- - Itar.'f Keor Warth. «nod HI), knelt on | 'he railroad tracks in front of a pan , H»»iiK**r train and wan Instantly killed. I I Wo «f(>kn ago the woman attompted <j suicide In .the an me way and waa ree- i I«'iiod hv track IHttehurg. Pa., Aug 20.—In a ; liiail on collision on the Pittsburg, HeHnemor K Knko Brie Hailroad early Mile morning ut Miltown, two flromaa Nvoit* killed Th«» onRliii'era escaped by Jumping. STILL KICKING. MiImiWKM, IKIRH N«>T I.IKK TUB SITUATION. Thore being nothing nine to do the mooting adjourned and there never WMM II 111010 dlsgtlHfod Ret of UAU lU Minefield over th«> anticn of the ma Jorlt> of the committee who were OiilHpokon In doing "anything fe win," Of courae this romnltlB to he Been. I tie voters of McDowell county do i.<»t propoHe for one moment to allow Mercer runty to atop in and dls fritm-hlae one thouRatui of her voters. There will he Home aiirprlHe apruug before thli. mutter |h tluully Mettled and as wo have heretofore predicted, lion |. <;?. Herndon, of McDowell count v, wlfl lie our next Judge Mr Hhott, win you oblldge us by coming out In Friday morning's Tele graph and endorse editorially the ae Mon of the majority of the members of Mte Judical Committee?” to which b« was hoard to reply; "I won’t do it " Will Mr. I'hillp Goodwill, of llram vv. 11. Mercer county, State of West VIikIuIh. tlie Hint* which elected W. \l O. hnwnon governor at the last • 'lection In for in the people of this *'reiit commonwealth If he voted for Hoveruor DnwannT You have bean openly accuaed of voting aKalnst him and you nuked yeaterdny that the Itepiihllcana In Mr how nil county who bud voted ngnlnat him he dlafran rhlsed. Come out openly nnd let ua b now how you stood We are awatt ln with much Internet your reply. Will wo got It? “Nit."—Extract* from McDowell Recorder. “I,ay on MehufT!” ttRYAN INVITED BY NEWSPAPER MEN. 1*1 MOCItATIC* l.l ) \ M l; I XI HK8 Sl H HIS UII.MN’tjNKHH TO AT TEND IIKCKPIION. N< w- York, Aug 25. At a meeting '"day of iho executive committee, • lilch h.iH charge of tlie reception to Wllllnm .1 llryan, It wan announced i hat Harry W Walker, chairman of •be prettH committee, had received a l«*ff#*r from Mr llryan, mailed be fore he sailed from Olhralfer, ac cptlng an Invitation to dine with •ho newspaper men at the Waldrof MMorla on the evening of Saturday, 'epteniber I In hla letter Mr. Bryan mild: Shall he delighted to meet the I*ovm of the pmaa l have not found ny bolter newspaper men anywhere i bun our own " Mr ('orfelyoti'n dollar has Just ar rlvnd The rent of the cabinet will •ring their* along until November Just to keep up the excitement over Chairman Sherman's dollar fund. DUTY OP EDITORS Kdltora with the coning© to not only speak their sentiments, hut to writ© nn<1 print tlioin nr© often the •»tr«• t for shafts hurled hy scamps Mu \ expos©. find nil mannor of at *•111 pf u to discredit such ©d I torn are V©ry oft©n pood m©n are <«l hv thnt pang In th©lr fight on 'ho press, Iiui It In only a matter of *itn© before the vain© to n community of a fenrh-ss newspaper Ih apprecia t'd Wit bruit i newspaper to ntand *P f*»r the puhlfc, a community will oori find Itself in Mi© grasp of tno io|>oll©«, tli© prafters and th© law I* * eh-menf Clarksville Leaf-CJhron Ffl.AND STREET METHODIST CHURCH Serv Ices nt rhrlnt Kplscopal church on follows: Sunday School at 2:00 p. m. W. C. Hruner. Superintendent. Treachlng hy tbo pastor at 8:00 p. in. Every one welcome