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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. ELK’S OPERA HOUSE.
>2% Mr. Charles B. Hanford. ■ '-; 1.1-' The Distinguished Actor MR. CHARLES. B. HANFORD. . ACCOMPANIED J)Y .. MISS MARIE DROFNAK, In an Elaborate Presentation of JULIUS CAESAR. One Performance Only. 1^wmm T "-' 40 People in the Cast. 10 A Cat load of Scent , ALL NEGROES ARE THROWN OVERBOARD 1:1 i*t itiiK \s rvitn (>!• iti< ii MO\l» IS TO IIK I.II.Y Wlll ll-: IlkltiaiTKIt. Richmond. Vn.. 2»«. The Republican parl.v of flie city and <jlf trlct Ih t«> b«> lily-white front this tint*' on. Tite negroes Were dealt a blow last night thnl surprised aud si mined tin in. A mass meeting was ealleo to name s«*ven delegates to the Re publican convention which is to meet this afternoon in the city of Man Chester to name a Republican cnndi date for Congress. The negroes de manded a delegation of fourteen with half vote each, one-half of the d le gates to be* negroes. The resolution to that effect was rejected by a I;• r:• ■ vote. \ new chairman was elected. C. R. Moore, and a new seen tary, W T. Mooklar. The negroes demanded a colored secteatrv. The chairman. James M r.llelt, who called the meeting to order, was < m ugi'il at the suddenucss of Hi ■ turn of afTairs and the strength of tin white Republicans. They pro *ted, hut in vain. Mr. lRlett. see ing that hlb platform of "no lily white foi him" was am ashed, declaimed: I in sorry I named you for chairman, ami I repudiate the o(tir-e-ho|dcrs who ar*' running tills convention.'' saying which in? gialihiai ills bat and left the hail. S« von delegates of the convention ' <1 chosen, all of them white save oil •. No proposition or suggestion l imb' b> a negro received the sityht • u consideration. It wns so writ In tin- order ot things that tin- negro was to 1*0 relegated to the roar. They detit.rod that they had cast so per * “tit of the vot • and that they would make tilings v nm for tin • ■fllri holders. • The split Is complete. Thi negroes me to hold a meeting i'liuisiliiy night to organize a part) sud name a cnndldntc for Congress I a\In?: made the announcement from •he speaker's stand last night. The white Republicans me delight < <1 it the change, saying it should It a vo been made twenty years ago. One Way to Help The Daily Leader On Its Way to Success IS TO Patronize those who In its columns. Do this and we shall appreciete it and return the favor in any way we can. CcD TELL THEM YOU SAW IT IN The LEADER. NOTICE TO TAKE DEPOSITIONS. To Pink Patton: Take notice that on the 2.',.rd day of October, 1906, at the office of l> * Easley, In the city of Bluefleld. in tbe county of Mercer and State of Virginia, between the hours of 9 o’clock a m., and 6 o'clock p. m . of that day, I shall proceed to take the depositions of James Baronl, n»y**lf and others, to be read in ev idence in my behalf in a certain »ult In equity pending in the Circuit Court of Mercer County arid mate of West Virginia. ii, plaintiff and you are defend, nt and if from any cause the taking of ti ■ said depositions be not commenced on that day, or if commoner I if they be not completed on that dry. tlx taking of the Bald depositions will bo adjourned from day to day at the same plaec and between the sunx hours, until they are complete d MATTIE PATTON, By Counsel tt M EASLEY, P Q AERAL COCKTAILS They are recommended ,, • , I sort of a tonic and appeti/x > ,i,d t Ingredients, as given h th f,rlgi tor of the name, are >. i» |, "First,’ says he, "you tm x ha*, aecess to the fop floor or tlx ioof of fl aay a twenty-story hulldln - greater the altitude the t.-x t| | appetizer. For half an ho JnhaU 1 the ozonlc rejnrwnatoi Tlx <■ n he no ingurgiation drink If vo 1 • ere sipping the neetm of fupit i What purer draught can ou fai than that, far from the madding crown of bacteria the. I a»,ov. the dusty snrfac* (,f th« sire. t> > Half an stories below the clouds, will freshen yon wonderfully." > -#w p ► SOMETHING NEW! L _ HOUSE FURNISHING STORE, h r Number 97 Bltiefield Avenue, BLUEFIELD, W. VA. [ ,rt ***"•. Linoleum,. UoeCur.au,,. S- ^l,9s. Matttngs, Window Shades. !■ Carpets. p)oor 0j, C(ot}| General Furnishings l ' for Houses. | of niVkr„*i"V.f*CrV,V!.".f-1 V.',1*'* ' f|'ii|>|>erl with tin- l„~.t ,-„„l Intent ,|eaiKnn [ WB soucrr voi-k patkonaoe [ THE SWAN COMPANY. -rvuvuift—--ranmru . ,■ . Flat Top National Bank Qr~ 8LUEFIELD. WEST VIRGINIA Organized 1903. f Capital Paid in Cash, $100,000.00. I Total Resources Over Half Million Dollars UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY | Progressive, Conservative. r. k. m.«NKY. AccounU Solicited. V rnowA.% vir* r'i<K*ii,ES'r NOTICE. To All person;. bolding Liens. »» Judgment or otherwise, on tht real estate, or any part thereof of T H. U. Christie: In pursuance of a decree of the C ireult Court, of Mercer County, Weal ' *rKinia. made In a cause therein pending, to subject the real estate of tl!*> »n»d T. H. R. Christie to the -.1 fisfartiou of the llecs thereon, you are hereby required to present all (•Ittlnxs held t»y you and each of you Ralnst the said T H. it. Chrlstij, ’ htrh are liens on his real estate, or ;<ny part of It, for adjudication to me. t iny olitre |n the city of Illuefleld. Mercer Couuty. West Virginia. on or before the 15th day of October, 10Of. Oiveu under iny hand its llth day »f September, 1906. I). M. IJA8I.KY, Commissioner. Try a want ad In the Dally Lender. Schedule In Effect May 27, 1906. Leave Rluo ield 9:30 a. m. for Ro ^e, Lymbburg, Norfolk and all olntH on the Shenandoah division niluiuu si••.»! oi to Roanoke an l Ro moke to New York, via Hagerstown arlor «:ar Roanoke to Norfolk. . ' ‘‘ ?• m- daily for Roanoke and nterniediate points. 3:60 p m. for Roanoke and Lynch mii-K and intermediate station* and ho Shenandoah Valley. Philadelphia tnd New York. Sleeper to Philadel phia— Roanoke to Richmond. 8:33 p m. for Roanoke, Lvarh >urK, Richmond. Norfolk, Pullman deeper Last Radford lo Norfolk and •ynchbiirg to Richmond. Cafe Car Trains arrive at Uluefleld from the ast at 8:f»8, a. m., 1:55, p. m 8*06 ». m., and 9:05 p. in. From tho west at 8.00 a. m 9-20 i. m. 2:06 p. ni., and 8:18 p m l.<*ave filuefleld at 8-16 p. m. fQr \enova. Columbua and nil points vest and northwest. Pullman sleep us for Columbus and Cincinnati, O ^afe car. 9:08 a. m. for Kenova. Cincinnati, 'ortsmouth, Coluinl,.is, St. Louis! Tlirougli Pullman sleepers to Colum >118. Cafe car. Leave 9:15 a. m . and 2 15 p. m laiJy for Tazewell, Norton, and ail talious on Clinch Valiev division. Arrive from Norton find all points m the Clinch Velloy division at 2.35 ud 7:65 p. m. Leave 5:60 a. m. for Kenova and n ter media to stations via Wayne Leave G 00 and 2:30 p. m. for Welch and Intermediate stations. For Pocahontas 5:50 a. m. 9:08 i i. m. 2:30 p. m. and 8:10 p. m Ar-! Ivo from Pocahontas at 8:00 a. m LOG p. m. and 8:18 p. m. For Hr.unwell, leave Rluctleld 6:60 1 i. m. 9:08 u. in. 2:30 p. m. and 8:16 p. m. Call on agent Norfolk an<f Western Railway, for tickets, maps, and add! onal Information. W R BRVILL, O. P. A. Hoonoke. Growing Stronger AH The Time Has the Most Comp|ete Outfit For Any Kind of PRINTING In BWfield. We Satisfaction Y our Strive Will B? Order to Guaranteed For Please In Job Our Every Printing Patrons! Instance! Solicited! • . Office . . Bland Street, A Next to Post Office. New River Settlements. " ^ " David E. lohnston We have gotten in I wo Shipments of these Books Jut have not yet caught up with our orders. It is a splendidly got ten up POO pages book, well bound and illustrated. If you want one, get your ~~ order in at once—will de liver as Quickly as possible. The Art-utatonery Company, No. 125 Princeton Avenue. Bluefieid, - - West Virginia.