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dollar. filtered us >=«cond class matter, April #th. 190*1. at the Po&t Offir «■ t ftiaedold, VV. Va., under act of > Con^m*. March 3rJ. 1S75*. Dally, one month.2.*c. Address aJl communication* ami nil rcuilUancetj to T'jo Hlui-tone Publishing Company, J a Muir. Oea. lingr. Tolepbozm: DusincHS oftice ami KJitoriul (loom, 60S. Advertising rates made known on u|/pl lent loo. SVIJS* JUII ION ItATKS. Dully, one jv«ar . . Dally. *U month* $;;.oo 1 .GO TI KSDAV, XOVK.M11KK 2<i. HM»7. I'KBTIXKN'T PARAGRAPHS. L:wt night's warning about tin "Mor w;ia only a precautionary measure. There Is a lot of typhoid and elm liar fever In town, the cause oi which bus not been determined It may no; be the water; it coul be milk, but the scarcity of tha* oomtuodll' procludiw; the ]»ossibllit;> Just possible It might be the gen eral dirty condition of the city. Yoo don't n^ed to leave the wn te.r win; m anyhow; the health office) Bays you can boil the contents. Somebody hinted the other day that “CleanllnenH was kin to Godli ness/* Rexm-mbor luat spring wh.n ar epidemic of •’meningitis" set every body putting their house and back lot to order. I>e wire In time aud have a car lest other evils befall you. With Joel Chuadler Harris and bis Br'er Rabbit and Hr'or B’ar. .1. Piorpout Morgan and William Jen nings Bryan, all a! the white house in one week, tb-x president must still be loading hla "strenuous’’ life. UliCKFUXD RANKS. It is a source of gratification tha* flhwfi»*W bankH have not been com pelled to resort to cb-arlng home cortlfleotetj during the present finan rkd stringency. The bauks of Hlue fl*dd are Bound and conservatively managed, and were never In l»ettei condition. THK CO\ORKS»KX\AIi CONTKHT IX UTH VIRGINIA DISTRICT. It ia characteristic of the south ern Democrat to rather look for : tWlhr than shrink on«*. but as a come •luenco of Saturday’s decision, ar rived at by a mass meeting of Dem ocrata of the pth district in Virgin la, It would rather appear that th *> avoided issue with the Republiep.n Is that part of the .-‘.ate This, how ever, 1$ not the case. The Democrat tc parry has been considerably It ♦ ho minority, and are husbandin' their re*urc*» for the fight to a fln bb which is bound to come off ne\ fall. The fight hal no particular plguicancc at this time, for tho o! iKnaib'Dt bad tiirown his cloak or ♦ bo shoulder? of his son. who j< mors conversant with the inachin' *rrsngetneo s than any other mem ♦ of of the flirty In Virginia There Is much discontent at th fcigb-ha&dod manner in which Ihb •party has handled Affairs us a result there Is considerable discontent ir ths party. The Democratic party h-aders who m«-t In Bristol, dU not I'ucourage the Democratic voters i atwiating either side, in fact ap pealed to them to let the two fac ♦ Viaa of the Republican party fig,/ K out in Kilkenny cat fashion Thic should Lave the effect of disrupting Die party In su^h a manner that i‘ would be almost Impossible to have say sort of an organisation next fill, provided tho independent Re f ublloan candidate come:-' out on <ep. .% FKAN't IflHK *\T!fX)TK. Ye* they’re the e!<y *tre**r*, th rHr atreeta ar« your h’rwtn, th**r«* for* you ha*«* a right to part Id pat* It tb« prc/fltH derived from th‘*m o frotn anyone plying *rad*- over then frr gain. Htart again only this tint* • ’.art right, it wa aid by ;in mil t'd* jurist of thl* city wtv*n th«* ma* •* r «f *be rcvinlon of the ln'es* thing io franchise* eame to the for** *1 fct fbona of th** j/r**a**nt water an ’ 7 act‘on cornpanie* were not wortt |h*» l-ap* r they are wrWen on. I' tM* \e* the ca-<e. |/>t the dtlzena sre* together an4 rail in ffrl* wort hi ear engage thla eminent Juris* It U half of the cjty, for ««* heard a' Lt-e «%»♦* council Tn*-***ini?. that th* J ***** was ik>< represented by rotin»»t that the city auoroey mthe Trac 'onrT-aoy attor»ey, and the Trae floa company attorney u the city at lor**»y when It no mjlta But thl« U ♦ H -v i T- >* •• ;. . c I ti « 'll I !•' * . .1-1 . . lilt. Ill ] V to i' i )■' r ■'••<•!. ti• >I tct i. ■■ .1 n • iii> ■. *■;» i ittii" 'i j.i'r r •: in 1 .i' ! thin tat • will pay. on a d-ienl tar. mini \oil. $**0,000 into til city treasury |>«*r annum. The *1 ruction oonrpany'h fraiiv hlse lb not worth the ; apt r it's w ritton on: o*l 'i Hi ni •n.' gop I • »u*!**r foi heir worthless franrni-e. ^lv*» t this Rond pap r for nothin.; on con dlMon that tin* lit> slmre tin* proli1 of tin* u o dot inking. l*ct the t have the iiottci to compel tin* cot structlnn of a line whenever mi wh rever the council thinks it npn nary, oh! no not the present coir, cil, the one of next spring that won have a public service corporatioi servant or a man with on nxe t grind in its composition. Your Ciee, also. Mr. Waterworks shall receive att -titlon in good Utne we saw tin* enl of your pipe e;:eV tug round the corner; tin* Tra llor company is at present in the glut'* o' the llm light ami for the nonce ha the stage. Ili’iiioVnil 1«‘ Covernnient in I'liurles lon. Good government la llko good health, it ix never fully appreciate! till lost. It is hard to get the peopl to brag about clean streets, but tt 1:? I easy to cause them to denounce filthy j ones. We do. however, want to call | attention to th * difference between I j the streets of Charleston as they ; were Inst December and their eondi-i tlon now. Do you obsei . ! .• t! street eominissioner and 1 a .si ants are at work every day? 1)» you! not feel better ns a citizen wli n you ! see the streets kept comparatively1 clean as they are now? -Charleston ! Gazette. The fact that Swisher was a vlgor nis opponent of tax reform when ho was in the legislature, and that ho did everything he could without get ting on the record too prominently, to save the corporations from pay ing their Just shar* of public taxes, ;u a word acted as If he belonged to | the corporation lobby, should not aow he held up against him. lie thinks he has reformed, nnd ho will •ontinuo of that opinion until after he next convention anyhow. Wli n i man thinks he is going to try in be good it should be a rate of ban 'a >ff while theexperimentis going on. —‘Parkeisburg Sentinel. Mr. Swisher’s Pronouncement. In another column are found sev *ral expressions from leading Ro mibllcnn papers on the Swisher plat form. While tho document has na turally created a favorable impres sion, it has not so far materially 'hanged the situation. As will bo seen, no attempt is made to attack his position except upon the primary bill, which is a leadener below the Kanawha, JIow °ver, Mr. Swisher’s candidacy was known not to have made very great orogress in that country; so the mat 'ev is of less consequence, therefore. — -Parkersburg Dispatch-News. Billions Jim prow so thin l!o hardly ma le a shadow, Ono day a friend presented him With H^daleg Liver Tablets. Ho took the hint, began their use, And this Is what befell him He. grew so fat. neither shoes nor hat Could be found to fit him. vfOItAL—Don’t make your wills But cure your ills, »y using Rydale’g Liver IMlis. 50 chocolate coat 'd tablets in a •onvenieut box. I’rlce only 25 cents. to take, pleasant in effects, safe •ure. vVe guarante • them. ^ nr sale by The White Pharmacy, «or. Iilaud street and Princeton ave. WIIV HE CALLEO. "Vou advertised that you had found * pocket-book, I believe?’ he asked the man who had tome to the door in an swer to his ring. “J did.’’ "'n,i say it contained a sum of .noney ?" "Yeg." .\ very large guru of money, in fact?" "Yes " And that the owner could have same by naming the sum found and describing the pocket-book?” "Yes. flo on.” ”1 bat Is all » wished to n*k" But you will hav* to give a dr script Jon of the purse you lost b« fore you can put In a claim " I lost no purse.” "You didn’t?” "Vo, sir i’iien why have you call d?” ‘Merely to see what a tnan looks like who w||| find a very large sum of nrmnej and then advertise the fart In the papers instead of hiding It down ce||.ir f,ood day, sir,’’— Judge ^or Air Regeneration, Fused sodium peroxide, electrically prepared, Is the chemical a«r< m tn a , process of air regeneration that has | been rerOI,jr(lf fljr h r,lirp<lget •s submarine boats, etc. (r, ContaM with water, pure oxygen is given r7 eaustfc soda be|r,s formed The aodn absorbs the carbolie acid, coaling tlie petoi'de with ft crust of carbonate which la rrrnovM by shaking the hen,p nl fn a w ire net or pm/e cylin der It |* four./J tiiftt sit and three, four'* - ounce* of ,. J.eroxlde give 'he *- ren gallon* nf oxygen reared hy one man per hour, and that 2ft p* mds aborjJd sustain nine men in a submarine of 2.700 cubic feet rapacity for Dine hours before the carbonU air b iuthal would Inc:eass ■ Colorado P i!n?» C !. The dona- I tlon of $100,0 *0 1 > th-- ho:t • of tho in ternational T pngrnphli li union, made by a philanthropic. <‘olm nlo woman, whose name Is withhold, has caused a halt 1ii plans for linni* dlate building of the Cummings memoi ial addition at $30,000 cost Thin addition jo: platuu I will practically double thn sire of the main building- The $100,000 dona tion. however. Is a nucleus to secure cottage# on the gr< units for the fam ilies of Infirm or a ;<• 1 Inmates. The constitution of tin* order will be amended to admit of thU Innovation. At present 12.1 i.miii <• nre Interested. This will adnil of w:.r on tuberculo sis that cannot be well waged now, with close proximity of e-roil and pick patients in one building Tents are used limited])- In fair weather, but this Is not permanent, as cottages should tie. A fund much larger than the $100,000 mnv be seemed b philan thropic donation, pos-Mldy for con struction and endowment of colic us. New York.- -The question of a at iVe of printing pro.union and press feed ers 1u cities where recent demands of tlie union for an eight-hour day, with Increased wages have not been grant id. Is now being decided by a refer endum vote of tlie- members of tlie* In ternutionui i’i isr.ien a and Assist ants' union. Tin vote was ordered by President Go- .■>' \. Herrp, of Oinciti nntl, following i1 • completion of an nycement entered Into between tho N<*w York locals and the New York Printers’ longue, comprising about 80 firms of employing printers, which be comes operative November 10, and will last until January I, 19')9. 1 ty tho terms of this agreement the employes will work eight hours a duy and the pressmen will receive an lucrease in their wag*1*, of one dollar a week, making their wages $-3. Tho feeders signed a scale of $16 per week lust March ami will not be uffeetod finan cially. New Orleans.— About 500 longshore men and teamsters went on it strike here on the river front, when the crews of the Leyiand line and Austro American line ^earners started ntow ing cotton in vi'-.'.'!-. The strike was expected, the s cainslilp agents having failed to make an agreement with tho cotton screw men. Other union labor ers besides tin* screw men, longshore men and teamsters aro Interested and it is probable that 8,Ot)0 men, repre senting practically every class of la bor along tliu iIvor, will become In volved. Wheeling, SV. Va.—Judge A. G. Day ton. In the federal- court here sen tenced John Peymer, u striking tele phone lineman, and his wife to tfd <Iays for contempt of court. Some time ago tho court granted an Injunc tion against the strikers. Two days later Heymer nnd his wife wero ar rested. Ti t ir >fTense consisted of calling nonunion men "scabs.” Judge Dayton scored labor unions for at tempting to interfere with the right of man to work if he chooses. Brockton. Mass.—John P. Tobin, ns tional president of tho Hoot nnd Shoe Workers’ union.. with which the W. L. Dougla s Co. had a working contract, has sent a letter to the striking la.t ers of that concern announcing that unless they went hack to their places immediately they would ho liable to ' :e a i suspension from the union, flhe strike of 'j.'o men followed the re fusal of the company to recognize an officer of an Independent organization secretly formed. Wabash, Ind—Tho 2**0 employes e? tho Pioneer Mat factory walked out pending an agreement on the new schedule of prices. The hat factory employes are the best paid of any in Wabash and the strike is severely felt. There is no attempt to make the plant nonunion, but the men declared to work no longer unless the schedule do oided upon by tho union is signed. This Nathan Meyer, tho proprietor, refused. St. Jamls.—'J'he Joint executive board of tfir* Ht. Louis I’nlon of Retail Clerks’ International association has inaugurated a movement to enforce the Sunday closing law against retail stores In St. I.ouls and for the eight hour workday. Washington.—The percentages of the total number of sTlke* |n the prln clpal Industrial states last year wore as follows. New York. 27,75; Penn sylvanla, 11.31; Illinois, 9.*G; Maasa ehnsettn, 7 55, and Ohio, G py. Of the strikers 25.12 per cent, of the total wen- in Pennsylvania: 2LI5 In Now Votk; 13.51 in filino's; r in Ohio at\d 5 25 in Mn*euhus«tts. In these sta’es Hie greatest number of lork onls also occurred. Hbaron, Pa Throe hundred ton nage employ* of the South Sharon sheet miM of the Atm t h an Sheet and Tinplate company have b cji Informed of an Inctea e in warn a rf 2 per cent effective Sept l The ads i;h e Is |„ ac f»jrdance with hi.lit,,- _<n 1 o. ,m I it is said that all tie* -.hoot worker, In the employ of the fnlted States 8'eel corporation are affected. Lofton. \s a result (if conferences held between the Poston A Maine r.win,ad ofTlcb.!* and the union 1.500 employes in the freight, baggage, »|g nal, swl'eh and crossing departments, have v cured an Increase In wages*. A Habit. H-i pr- Ions has time grown of tat* 5l-*n '■nnnot step, we’ve heard, T'> mildly «u•/ "provnrlegtr" T1 r-y want a shorter word. - Washington Star. Serious? W«ll| lJf> you think," asked tho sweet (tul> mother, "that Mr. Wllliklns is SCI loilS?" 8erlons? Ms, he’s worse than that He stayed heip tb] neatly 12 o'clock 1-m night, and anyone who had stud ied his face might have thought lie wn* sitting up with a cot p»e."~-Chi Washington.—The bur< an of lit,or of the federal <!• -partn .mi' ttf co: i mern- and labor hat published dm In teicstlug comparison. showing what a!* hour's wages, ou the average, would buy -of food tu 1P0G, as com punul with tho average during the decade from 1890 to 18»9. The r* tuli <»f the prim l|al a i, welghotl according to family consump tion of tho various artfH^a. was lf»7 I per cent, higher in 19'tG than the aver age price for the ten-year period; but taking tho Increase of wng« s Into ao count, tho purchasing power of in hour's wages in 11*0*1, a3 measured by food wns 7.3 per cent greater, and of a full week's wagoa *2 4 per cent, neater. Tho reduction In hours of j i ,al>or explains tbo fact that the pur- j chasing power of a wook's wages In , creased less than the purchasing pow er of an hour's wages. Alexandria, Ind.—Tho ROD striking I’onn-Amorlcnn plate glass workmen, who went o it tin n strike recently de manding pay duys ©v< ry ttvo weeks i «>n Saturday, have failed to accomplish anything and went back to work. Tho company will perhaps stick to Its de termination to pay on tho 10th and j 2 »th of tho month, or as near that time as it chooses. • The ten days of I shutdown has been improved by the : factory in making repairs to tnachlp-! I cry arid building*. \\ UKhington.-- After n conference "iih President Roosevelt, Postmaster General Meyer announced tbat the ultorney general had completed uu opinion Biistaltiliu; tho Meyer modtrt* - it'.on of the Cortelyou mail-weighing ' 0. ac-r. which, it Is stated, will save j the government several million dollars u year In railway mail pay. Tho Mey er amendment makes Sunday a “work , mg day” in all cases where the malls aie carried and weighed on that day. Helsingfors, Finland-—The baker* went on a strike and the master m solved upon a now departure They Invited women and girls to take the vacant places at the same • ages the | strikers hud refused. The places were 1 instantly filled to the great satisfies lion of both employes and employers, Heretofore baking has been a main pursuit only in Finland. .Men and women here receive exactly the same wages for the same kind of work Merlin.—Lot ter carriers hpre begin on a salary of 'joy markst mark equals 23-8 cents), with an allowunco in ad dition of 360 murks after years of service. They work 12 nours u duy, and the average weight of nml. dellv, • •red daily is loO pounds, except when the American mails arrive, which In. crease n. to 300 pounds. Appoint, ments are made by examination and preference is given to those who have served in the Germany army. Pawtucket, Fi. I.—The scarcity of help in the mills and factories through out the Miackstono valley i.i proving a serious ofTset to tho general pros perity resulting from a favorable mar ket for tho product of tho mills Most i of the far lories are being rushed to i the limit, and at the same time are refusing orders for goods. Nearly ■ ‘‘very trade In the district Is expert j dicing the same shortage of unskilled j labor. Indianapolis, Ind.—F. M. Ryan of i Chicago wa* reelected general presl I dent of the International Association of Bridge and .Structural Iron Worker^ j a* the annual convention here, over Havo Jennings of Cleveland. The con i vent Ion decided to meet here again | next year. Bhainnkin, Pa.—The Shamokln and Mount Carmel transit line between tills place and Ashland, which was tied up since last May by employes going on u strike, has been sold by tho principal stockholders, residing in 1. ancuBter county, to coni region capi talists. headed by former Congressman IS. W. Samuel of Mount Carmel. The road, which Is 16 miles long, will Ls reopened at onco; • Pittsburg. Pa.—The big Bessemer I departments of the Homestead Steel works, as well as tho Duqitosne works of tho I tilted States Steel Corporation, have been closed. Tho Deqiosnc de | partment will not be reopened. The I Homestead hessomer department will ! t»e closed for at least 30 days Tills ' is one of tit© first movements at reduc ing expenses. Providence, It. I.—The Rhodes Is land Hute Federation of Fabor has petitioned tho members of congress ; for the enactment of a law which would prohibit government bands com peting with civilian bands. Toronto.—According to the census 1 i returns, wages in Canada Imvy in : creased 27 per cent, the past five ! years. Charleston, W, Vu The outlook In the West Virginia coal fields for the i coming winter Is considered grave by ■ the coal nt»rafora owing to tho scar | city of miner*. In the Pittsburg dls | trlct, however, bcHh minora and opcr a»ora ilerlare that condltlona are nor , nial; in fact, n little better now than they wore at tho same period a year | ago. Ht. l/>nl*.— The general executive board of the Independent Root and Shoe Workers Colon of Missouri has eitended the strike begun by tho cut ter* of Pt J,oui8 t*o hs to Include over | 22,000 member* of the allied trades. Whose Verses Are These? She vrna a phantom of dr-IIght h< n rir>*f she gl< anted ipon my alglu I Chit when the paint came ,,fr her fare Hie was—well -rather common pl«< «*. I "“Chic 'go Jouinal. Hi« Idea of It. Her* tho locomotive fireman spoke I up. * It makes mo tired.” ho said, "to hear the bosses fnlk about killin' off the smoke mil Hi* uro by 'intelligent firin'.’ if | was runnln’ things id do a little intelligent firin' rnyaelf. You cau bet your U/o on tfc&L I d fira *.; ao of tha boaaea ' "—-Chicago Trite GLAS^ifito mm -\I;S l\ THIS (\>I,VMN ONK «'F..NI A U'Oi:il. \N VAiTKD— for IJ. S, Army; able bodied unmarried men between ages of 21 and 35: citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits win can speak, read and write English. Men wantcl now for Service in Cuba. Foi information apply at Re* j entiling Office Tliornton Bui! dinar, Bluofield, W. Vft 'IKN WANTED—Miners, coke men and In borers of nil kinds, can And steady employment at the largo mining and coking plant of the Pocahontas Consolidated. Colliers Co.. Pocahontas. Va. Apply In person to Win. Le< kle, Division Superintendent. 11-ltf PALMIST. Palm! it. who gives nam*-j and dare , who dl. polls sorrow, tells how to gain happiness, what to do that you may overcome at once what now worries, annoys you; brings joy. hap i lne 3, money, luck, marriage, go you may gain your wish or your dollar back. Hours 10 to C. PALMIST KIXZEY. 11-4-Ct 621 Princeton Ave. I.OST—Bird r»‘d, with light bu^liy tail and one white 'rout foot, about two years old, nnswers 1° name of Don. Liberal reward paid for H'turn of dog. M. |$. tic waite. 11-11-tf WANTED Two nice young ladies to clerk in confectionery store. Ref erences. Apply 119 Princeton Avenue, John Homer. 11-29-lf 1R0WLKY, The Magazine Man, P. o. Station T, N. Y. city, desires a representative in niucfteld to take subscriptions for all tho lead ing magazines. To any bright young man or woman, well ac quainted tin Itluefleld this is an unusual opportunity to make con siderabl ■ extra money for the hol Idnys, working whole or part time. Write at once for full par ticulars. Crowley, p. o. Station T. New York City. XOVKMISKIt 21, 1007. Leave S:15 a. m, for Roanoke, Norfolk and all points on the Shen andoah division. Pullman Sleeper Itoanoko to New York, via Hagers town. Pullman Sleeper itoanoke to Norfolk, Cafe Dining Car. h: J". «. m. for Roanoke, Rich mond. Norfolk. Pullman Sleeper, Dining- Car. 2 :">•”> p. m. for Roanoke and Lynch burg and intermediate stations and the Shenandoah Valley Philadelphia and New York. Sleeper to Philadel phia. ft: p. m. for Roanoke, Lynch burg, Richmond, Norfolk. Pullman Sleeper to Norfolk and Lynchburg |to Richmond. C'afe Car. Trains arrive at niuefletd from the Last at 9;2rt a. m. 2:10 p. m., S;10 n. ni. and 9; 20 p. m. Prom the West al 8:00 a. m„ 9:35 a. m . 2:03 p. in., 5:50 p, m., 9:28 p. m. 1.'ave Bluefleld 8:20 p. m. for Ken ova Columbus and all points Wes* and Northwest. Pullman Sleep -rs for Columbus and Cincinnati. Cafe Cars. 9:30 a. m. Pullman Sleeper for Columbus. Toledo. Cafe Dining Car. l.eav* 9:35 a. m. and 2:25 p. in. •ally for Tazewell, Norton and al! tat Ions on Clinch Valley division. Vrrlv* from Norton and points on he Climb Valley division at 2:40 p. :n. and 8:25 p. m. Leave 0:45 a. m. for Kenova and n termed into stations via Wayne. Leave 3:10 a. m. and 2:40 p, m. for W‘ lch and intermediate stations. For Pocahontas 5:10 a. m., 6:15 i. m., 9:30 a. ru., 2:40 p. m. and >:20 |». m. \rrlve from Pocahontas ut S;00 a m.. 2:05 p. m., 5:50 p. •n., 9:35 a. nt.. and 9:20 p. m. For Dram vell. leave Dluefleld 5:10 a. m., 5:45 a. in., 9:30 a. in., 2:10 o. m. and 8;20 p. m. 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