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• TX7"i.±IhL X_i attest 'Jr— ■ --- -- _ VOLUME XVI. __ I>«‘Voted to Hone Interests, Local and General Newt*. ( KKKPO, WAYNE (, (>., W. VA., WEDNESDAYS OCT. 2. tool. NUMBER 41. J. R. UIESKE, Architect, Ceredo, W. Va. i Office at Hoard Brick. W. >Y. Marcum, AJttorney-at* La>v, Ceredo, W. Va. • Will practice In all the coartnofW. V». Boyd aud Uwreuce couuty. Ky . J. H. MEEK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WAYNE. W. VA. Practices in the courts of Wayne and loining counties. Uf. STOUT. D. D. S., Li Dentist, ■ Kenova, West Va. Room F, The Glenwood. T. T. M’DOUOAL, ' NOTARY PUBLIC, “Advance” Office, CEREDO, - - W. VA. Special attention given to the preparation ot Pension Papers. Brin<j gour certiticates. DANIEL WRIGHT, Painter | Paper Hanger Ceredo, XV. Va. M.Work clone In the best style and at reasonable prices. Paints and Wall Pai>er for sale. GO TO TURLE.Y BROS. FOR WHITE LEADS, OILS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES AND MIXED PAINTS. Huntington, W. Va. 117 THIRD AVENUE. XV. II. ADKINS, THE BARBElt, GUARANTEES HIS WORK 10 GIVE HUM SUMIM. Go to bis shop and get a clean shave and a nice hair cut and you will look teu years younger. Remember the place: Next door to King’s Restau rant, store. Ceredo. W. Va. EMMONS-IIA VVKIN S 11 Alt DVVARE COM PA N Y, HUNTINGTON. WEST VA. Builders’ Hard ware*, MANTELS, SASH AND DOORS. ,au- on Hans Watts Pawnbroker and Jeweler, 931 3rd Avenue, HUNTINGTON, WEST VA., For Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry. Will well railroad Watches Sl<» less than you can buy elsewhere. Give mo a call and bo convinced. JOHN W, DILLON, Catlettsburg, - - Kon lucky, Sells Henry Diston A Son’s SAWS, GUMMEKS, And Swages, and is agent for the Aultman A Taylor Manufac turing Co., and the Queen of the South GRIST MILLS And Mill Supplies. ESTABLISHED ,IN 1870. Kenova Rejwrtcr. I)r. r. York was at Cincinnati on business last week. Mrs. J. A. Carr, of Roanoke,Ya., is Mrs. D. J. Durney's guest. E. E. Myers, of Huntington, was a visitor in Kenova, Saturday. .1. T. Rockett, of East T.ynn, was here on business last Saturday. Mr. W. T. Wallace, of Dingess, spent Sunday here with friends. Insurance Agent C. \Y. Morlin, of Charleston, was here Wednesday. | Mr. La idly RIoss, of Lavaletle, was here Sunday, the guest of friemls. E. .1. Wilcox, of Huntington, was a visitor in the city Sunday. Many of the residences here are being piped and fitted for natural gas. II. A. Thomas, the Charleston clothier, was a visitor here on Mon day. I*. E. Chalenor, one of the Parkers burg O. K. K. R. officials, was here Friday. Miss Neva Frasher and Mrs. Nora ( lark visited Huntington friends, Tuesday. The son of Mr. ami Mrs. John Hood is not improved much in his sickness. J. 11. Holliday, the Dingess tirn berman,was with his Kenova friends, Monday. Mrs. W. I). II arris, of Princess, Ky., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. W. Nunn. Conductor J. I). Walters, of Roa noke, was here 'Tuesday calling on his old friends. Alexander Aultsinan, of Ports mouth, Ohio, was a visitor in the city last Monday. ■ The residence of Dr. Peters has been repainted, which adds greatly to its appearance. Miss Neva Frasher, of Louisa, Ky., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Tennessee Newman. A. S. Cherrington, who has been firing on the N. it W., has been promoted to engineer. Mr. J. I). Flenchbaugh, of Colum bus, Ohio, was here calling on friends, last Thursday. L. P. Liggon, Oeneral Master Mechanic of the N. it \\ ., was here from Roanoke, Thursday. Attorney A. W. Reynolds, of I Princeton, this State, was here on legal business, last Friday. Fred Rush, who was injured on the N. it W. ll’y, several weeks ago, is able to be about town again. Misses Marie Klswick and Car rie Richardson were guests of Huntington friends, Monday. M. T. Sturtevant, the Columbus drug salesman, wax in the city last Wednesday, calling on the trade. V. A. Riton, Sup’t of the Poca hontas di\i*ioa on the N. it W., wax in the city on business, Thurs day. A wreck occurred on the yard I Monday evening, owing to a mistake jin giving signals. No great damage was done. Mr. E. F. Rideout, Secretary of the R. R. \. M. G. A., was in Geredo on business yeaterday morning. Cottage prayer meeting was held at the home of Mr. J. Sutherland, Tuesday evening, and was well at tended. Mr. Geo. I*. Johnson, Train Mas ter of the N, it \V. Scioto Valley division, wa« here from Portsmouth on business, Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. T. If. Baldridge and Mrs. M. Rideout attended a meeting of the Presbytery at Huntington, Wednesday evening. Mr. ('. O. McDougal, of Lynch burg, Va., the popular clothing salesman, was here with his (Hen wood friends, Monday. “Bible Rally’' meeting will be held in the R. R. V. M. C. A. build ing Sunday at 1:30 p. m. conducted by Rev. Geo. Gad shy. Train No. 1C on tin* Ohio Uiver road, now makes Kenova its terminal point, the transfer to the N. i!fc W. line having ceased on Monday. Kngineer Havener, who has been employed on the I locking Valley H’v, is now at the throttle on the N. A \V. Scioto \ alley Division. Messrs. M. P. Smith and John Kettle visited the Ashland Steel Plant last Monday evening. It is needless to say they had a royal good time. Mr. \\ ill Lacky, Secretary of the Kelley Nail it Iron Co., and our former tonsorial artist, Mr. Will Kcttel, of I ronton, <)., were visitors here last Sunday. Mr. Chas. 1*. Log«n, of Charles ton, representing the Payne Shoe i Co., was in the city last Monday, calling on the trade and greeting his many friends here and in Ceredo. At the regular session of the city council last Saturday evening, the Hell Telephone Co. paid ♦50 to the city for taxes which have been ac cumulating for the past ten years. Mr lvoile Houchins, who fell off a water tank on the N. & W. H'y at \\ illianiHon, last Friday, and re ceived serious injuries, is improving nicely under the care of Dr. Peters. A. R. IJoyle, of Pittsburg, Pa., traveling salesman for the whole sa.e grocery firm of Hagen, Rat c11 ft & Co., of Huntington, was here calling on the trade, last Thursday. Dr. .1. A. York is having a large store room erected on the site of the old (>lenwood Inn. The contractor is Major Waymer. The building will he used for a grocery and gent s furnishing goods store, and offices. Some very fine furniture, consist ing of roll-top desks, office chairs, etc , have been placed in the new City Hall Phe Council Chamber and the offices of the Mayor and Citv Sergeant are each nicely furnished. '1 he following named persons, of NN illiatnson, were here on business and visiting friends, Wednesday: D. W. Hatfield, Harry Lawson, L. R. Farley, Jno. A. Way man, Did Stroud, Peter Spencer, Jesse James and Henry Alexan ler. Messrs Oscar Hunt and Andrew Lemon, two recently discharged em ployes on the N. tfc W. entered suit before ’Squire Rowe Wednesday, to collect the amount due them at the time they were ordered to cease work 'Phe trouble was compro mised. ( ity Marshal A. W. McCormack, of (iallipolis, Ohio, was in the city | Wednesday, being on route home from Cincinnati, where he had taken | a prisoner by the name of <»eo. Wil liams, to the Work House, for obtaining money under false pre I tense. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Raylcss, who I were spending their honeymoon in Illinois and other western States, returned to Keoova last Thursday and are now “at home” to their many friends, in the large and nicely furnished Duncan residence on Reecti street. It is announced here in railroad circles that the Norfolk Ar. Western -vill double truck the r Cincinnati division in the near future. Pre parations are now being made for securing the right of way. The heavy freight business makes the improvement necessary. —^ Roosevelt awl Bnjan. During the campaign of lnoo, one day the train hearing Roosevelt was halted within calling distance of that from wnieh William Jennings Bryan was making “rear platform” *pee< he*. It »oseve!t recognized his political opponent afid called* “Hello, Bill!” “Hello, Teddy!” came the Democratic candidate's answer. “How’> your voice?” * \bout as strong as the Demo. I cratic platform,” shouted Roosevelt, hoarsely, “and yours?” ‘•Oh,” wheezed Bryan, “mine’s in about the condition of Republican promises.” And the trains passed i on. 15ITILTY As Charged in the Indict ment And Leon ('zol|f»itz Will Sutler Death In the Klectric Clmir. Speedy Trial ot* the President's Slayer and Prompt Verdict Returned. Buff ale, Sept. 24. Cr.olgopz wag found guilty of murder in the first degree by a jury in shooting President McKinley, the wounds inflicted afterwards resulting in the death of the President. The wheels of justice have moved swiftly. The trial of the assassin consumed eight hours and twenty-five minutes and covered a period of only two days. Practically all this time was occupied hy the prosecution in presenting the case so clear, and so conclusive that even had the prisoner entered the plea of iu sanitv, it is doubtful if the jury would have returned u verdict dif ferent from the one rendered today. Before the adjournment Justice \\ bite announced that he would prououuco seuteuce upon the de fendant Thursday afteruoou at 2 o’clock. The prisoner was taken at once through the tunuei under Dela ware avenue hack to jail. To all appearances he was in no way af fected by the result of the trial. The crowd gathered at the city hall today was the largest which has seen him since his arraign ment. There was no demonstra tion except that of curiosity, A large number of women witnessed the proceedings. The condemned man has been sentenced to be electrocuted dur ing the week begiuuing October 28, 1901. Cincinnati’s Palaos. The Palace Hotel, Sixth and Vine and College Streets, Cincinnati, isa gem in the way of service at rates, $2.00 and $2.50, or $3.00 with bath, per day on the American plan, or ♦2.00 upwards, European plan. The cuisine at this hotel is all that could be asked, as eve rythmg the market ofTords is found upon its tables, appetir.ingly and whole somely prepared, and the service is eminently pleasing in every detail— good cheer, good humor and good health go hand in hand. A cheerful framj of mind is impossible unless the proper conditions prevail. And then, the other features of the Palace which should not escape attention are, perfect security from fire ar.d ventilation which rcaly ventilate*. Guests at the Palace find no element lacking to make life away from home enjoyable. Service, Smiles, Sanitation, Sunshine—the brightest, busiest spot in town, famous for good cheer. No rival at rates. THE GAMBLER’S TOAST. This life is hut a game of cards, That each man has to learn: Each cins, shuffles and deals his pack. While e.u li his own trump doth turn. Some turn a high card to the top. While other* turn a low; Some ileal a hand <|Hlte Hush with trumps While other* none can show. fit dealing some throw out the ace. The leading cards to save; Some plav the dttce, some play the ten, While many play the knave. When heart* are trump In Cupid's shady bower, 'Tis then we all plav for love; No thought of pleasure, woe or sorrow. We laugh, we chat, sweet verse* make, The card* that random play; For when the heart i« on the top, The game is a holiday. When diamondschance to crown the deck, 'Tis then we all plav for gold; And heavy *nm* are oft-times lout, fly gamblers, young and old. Intent on winning each doth watch. The other with anuiott* eye; And if you do not watch the game, They'll cheat you on the sly. When clnb* are trump, look out for war. On ocean or on lancl; For cruel deeds are oft-times done. When club* are in the hand. Hut the last trump is the good old spade, When t nr tied by the hand of time; It finishes np the game. In every land and clime. No matter how much a man may win, No matter how mm h he may save; You'll find the good old spade turns up, A nd digs every gambler's grave. • — I — ' i MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS Rclatlno to the Death of Judue Goble G. Buroess. __ The Bar of Wayne (.’entity, West Virginia, met at the (’ourt House at' 11 o'clock a. m., on September 2Jrd, 1»0I. The meeting was called to order by Hon. W. W. Mareum. On motion of ,1. M. Tiernau \V. W. Marcum was chosen chairman and lb J. Prichard Secretary. On mo tion of \Y m. Fry the chairman ap pointed M. Tiernau, Face M ireum and William Fry as eommtttee on resolutions upon the death of the late Judge Goble G. Burgess, a member of tin* Bai of \Y ayne oountv. (hi motion the meeting adjourned until 1 o’clock p. m., September 24th, 1001. at which hour the committee was directed l«» report. On September 24th, 1001, the Bar met pursuant to its adjournment, wherebpoti J. M. Tiernau ou behalf of the ('oinmittee on Kesolutiona, reported the following hknoi.it ions: fl'l_! _ I .t ■ m iv in wni? mull tilt? NirfMljr 111 III of the law is powerless; there is one whom no process of any human court can arrest—ukatii. With impartial step he enters the cottage of the poor, ami the palaces ol Kings. While we think a thought, we die; and our lives are shortei for every breath we breathe. Since the last session of this Honorable Court, there has fallen iipoii this Stale and especially upon this community and this Bar a sad bereavement—the death of the 1 lonorable .1 udge <»oblc Burgess, who l<»r f hilly hi> year* was a resident of this county ami a member of this Bar, and during this time having filled with credit many offices of honor and trust, lie, in his early manhood, represented this county in the lower house of the Legislature for two terms; he was Proscuting Attorney for twelve con secutive years, when be was elected to the State Senate, and was after wards Judge of the Intermediate Oourt of Wayne county during its entire existence, and was later.Judge of the Crimnal Court. Intelligence of the unexpected and untimely death of Judge Coble Burgess has saddened all our hearts; and our minds are stunned and be wildered by the blow. We cannot realize in its fullness the fact th it we shall see him no more, until like him we are clothed in imiuortaiii y. We have not vet accustomed our minds to think of him us having passed over to the majority beyond the grave. But a short time a go he w as in the full strength of manhood. In personal attraction he had few superiors. < )f commanding presence, pleasant voice ami magnetic smile, which revealed the wealth of his waihi heart, he attracted tin* confi dence and esteem of all who made his t.ci|iiaintance. All who came within the circle of his personal in fluence were thenceforth his friends, lie, was admired and beloved for his intellectual talent, and f#»r thci c§x(*nl •ent ijualities ol his manly heart, lie, Wit ho ill effort, eomme tided himself to the warm regaid of the Court ami Bar It is a satisfaction to reflect upon t.hc memory of such a man, and to be able with the utmost sincerity, to pay tribute to so full a measure of excellence as he possessed. There fore he it « m ■ % .... iv'-imuwmi, i nai in the death of •fudge Goble G. Burgers, which oc curred on the l-'tth day of September lttol, at Naim Mary’* Hospital, at Cincinnati, Ohio, in the fifty-ninth year of his age, the Court and Bar tiave sustained a bis- the pain and regret of which will long endure; his wife is bereft of a faithful and loving husband and his son has lost a fond and devoted father; the church a most zealous and consistent member; and the community one of its most eminent, useful and hon ored citizens. Resolved, That in sorrow for the public loss in the death of Judge Burgess, we are not unmindful of the keener anguish of those who are doubly bereaved by this sad event, I Ulid that w e tender to the widow and j son all ti e comfort that heart-felt (sympathy can l>e*tow. Resolved, I hat this mernoriam and these, resolutions l-<* spread upon the records of this court and that the e’erk shall certify a copy thereof, to be presented to the family of the deceased, by a committee to l»e ap pointed by the chair; and that said clerk also furnish copies of these proceeding* t«* the WavnoNew* and t credo Ai»vanck for publication. Wayne C. II., Sept. ‘J4, 1U01. Lack Mauciwi, } ^Kuv, ^Committee. •L M. Tikunan, | After appropriate remark* by K. S. Doolittle, Judge presiding and J. M. 1 iernan, the resolution* were a adopted. <>n motion I*. II. Napier, Judge 1\. S. Doolittle and John T. (traham were appointed by the chair to pre sent a copy of these resolution* to the family of the deceased. On motion the meeting adjourned. W. W . Mak<m m. Chairman B. J. P it ten au n, Secretary. A copy from the record. Teste: W. S. Coi-lky, Clerk. “I had long Buffered from indi gestion,” write* O. A. LeDei*, Ce llar City, Mo. “Like other* I tried mauv preparation* hut never found anything that did me good until T took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. One bottle cured me. A friend who had suffered similarly I put on the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. He is gaining fast and will soon bo able to work. Before lm used Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure indigestion had made him a total wreck. W. M. BIohp, Co redo; R. N. Williams* Keuova. A Kansas tornado out four cars out of the center of a freight train running at the rate of twenty miles an hour and blew them away, leav ing the rear and front ends of tho tram on the trnck.—Ex. Stricken Wirli Paralysis. Henderson Grimett.of this place, was stricken with partial paralysis aud completely lost the us** of one arm ami side. Aft* r being treated by an eminent physician for quite a while without relief, my wife recommended Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and after using two bottles of it he in almost, entirely cured. —Geo. R. McDonald, Man, Logan county, VV\ Va. Several other very remarkable cures of pnrtial paraly sis have boon effected by the use of this liniment. It Is most widely known,however, as a cure for rheu matism, sprains and bruises. Sold bv W. M. Bloes, Cerodo, and It. N. VViiiiams, Kenovn. M\n\ ladies renowned alike for their beauty and graciousness of manner have lived in the White llou'-c, but, Mrs. Roosevelt, who is most u-.romplislied woman ot literary i i-tc* and a delightful con. vernation-dipt, in one of the most interesting women that has ever occupied the position of Hr-t lady of the land. She is of st riking appear anee, possessing finely chiseled, regular features, dark brown hair ami eyes and great swo t ness ot expression. Her dislike for ostenta tion and her love fora quiet and retired life have already been demon strated in Washington. To a rare charm of manner she adds much self-possession and dignity, as well as tsu t, ai d her voice is one of her chief attractions. Ih f ile Worth Living? Then dor.'f tu-glecf a cough or co'd, espec ially wlir-o only twenty fl ve cent a will buy a troftle of Mexican Myrup. It l«>OMMithlu|r >u.< * < ru nny consumptive* hav*4 been rnado w» M by it use. Read sume nf t In-i est I m u lals on the wra|iper around each bottle that prove this remedy more sure tor de p seated colds, habitual cough lug and even consump tion, than any nth r remedy known to physi cians, many of whom recommend and pre scribe II where efficacious remedies fall Pal*, Puny Children. If a child has a ha<t smelling hreath. If If habitually pick* Its now. If it is cross and nervous. It It does not steep soundly. If It la hollow-eyed. If It lias a pule, bloodless com tdexlnn, If It Is growing Inin and llfeleas, gi ve it Mother's Worm Hyrupand you wll. remove* the cause of Its distress <|iilck ly Then will it* little checks gel red and rosy, Its appelltr and digestion Improve, and It* health be bfd ter. Price only 2u cents. No other worm killer so effective, —— lie Not DccHvwl. Don't think you can neglect your health and reach old age. The wav to longevity la to he kind to nntur*- anil then nature will be kind to yon. ('onattpatlon Inactive liver. He . are foes to nature Mexican Knot Pills he'p nature. Try them They cnr.- by cleans ing and strengthening. . *.»• — —— Pain Can lit* i.tireti. Why sulfer jwtln f I’aln Is try ing to kill yon. Why not kill pain. Nothing kills pain, cither internal or external pstn, so ‘julckly end so effectively as Gooch's Quick Keitel fores erarnp and colic. A Cmnplofp Curo. Whan yon take Gooch's J*ar»»j>st Ills yon find It a complete core or trad blood. Pilt?-li»o Curt** Pi It**. Money refunded If It ever falls. Anti-AoO« coaesf bills and Fever.