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The Teredo Advance.
T. T. McDOUOAL, K1MTOK AND I'MOI’K I KTUI . Wedinsday, Marcli I A, 190/57 O. J. WlLKI N80N has been ap* I pointed Chief Clerk for Attorney General May. Jennings always was lucky. AY no will succeed Congressman Dayton? There are many who are willing to step into his Congicssion al shoes. It is now Governor Dawson and all loyal citizens of West Virginia' should assist him in making his ad-1 ministration successful. Governor A. B. White retires' from official life with the assurance that the masses are well pleased with his official acts. lie did his duty and he did it well. Nearly all good Republican* in the State were diaapi ointed w hen they heard that Hon. C. F. Teter failed to secure the position as First Assistant Postmaster General. It is said that Frank II. Tyree "ill succeed John I\. 'Thompson as 1 . S. Marshal for thi> District Tyree has been a personal bodyguard of President IT"-o-vclt for many months and has won the favor of the Chief Executive. __ IIon. I< *iin J. .J v< kson, who has just retired from the bench, is almost eighty one years old and has served as 1*. S. Judge since 1H61, , at which time lie was appointed to ! the position—which he has tilled with honor and ability—by Presi dent Lincoln. The Congressman, as well as the West Virginia legislator, who voted against the mileage salary grab, is now well pleased with himself. The Senate stopped the Congressional steal and Governor White vetoed the legislative act. It is always bent to be honest. IIon. V. M. Re vnolds having been elected Judge in his circuit resigned as a member of the Board of Regents of the schools for the Deaf and the Blind and S. S. Buz zard, of Berkeley Springs, was ap pointed last week to till the vacancy. 'J he Governor made a good selec tion. I iik thirty-fifth annual session of the West Virginia Kducatii rial As sociation will be held at White Sul phur Springs, Greenbrier county, eomrnencino June 27th and lasting through June 29th. Three or four hundred teachers from all over the State will gat lor at the historic old summer resort and for three days will be entertained w ith a most in teresting program. At last Judge John J. Jackson has concluded to resign as Federal Judge of the Northern District of West Virginia. President Koose veil has named Congressman A. G. Dnyton lo succeed him. We desire to congratulate Mr. Dnyton on hi* nomination. He will make an ex cellent Judge and the President did the right tiling when he selected him for the position. Governor NN hitk did the correct thing wlen ho vetoed the hill passed by the legislators granting mileage to themselves on account of the ex tra session, which lasted only four days, when they never left the capi tal city. Governor White ha« been a courageous official—one not afraid to do the right thing at the proper time. Many people think Governor Dawson will prove equally as good a one. Hon. K. \j, f’r.. has been chosen ts the Private Secretary to Governor Dawson. I In* in one instance wherein « third term man was successful, Mr. Hoggs havimr served in the same rapacity under Governor* Atkin-on and White. He is pre-eminently will fitted lor the place, being courteous to all callers, as well as knowing all tin* duties pertaining to the j osition and alwa\s being able, willing and ready to perform with promptness and accuracy such duties. If there is anything good in a man prosperity w ill bring it out —and adversity will soon knock it out. The Leoislauire Over. The legislature of 1005 baa ad journed sine die, regular and special session, and all. While a number of newspapers throughout the Slate are beginning to size up the value of what lias been accomplished, yet it is too early to do that effectively. W bile there has been a general im pression abroad that a great por tion of the time w’as frittered away yet, from the bills passed, a list of which has been printed in the Mail, it will be seen that a good deal more was accomplished than was thought possible until such publi cation was made. As usual, there arc many disap pointment.-; of the nearly four hun dred hills introduced in either body, few became laws. Perhaps on the whole, this were best, but in the slaughter of measures of doubtful propriety or the strangulation of others, in committee, or demise of others through dry rot, it was al most necessary that bills of merit should meet a fate that they did not deserve. During its just closed career, ' w hich was one of the most spectac ular in the history of the State, the law making body had many bricks shied at. hut seemed imperv ious to these gentle reminders. 1 here is hardly a newspaper in the State.that did not take, or attempt a fall out ol the solous; the factional lights among the Republicans that was manifest throughout the entire 1 session giving the cue. But, it is all over now’. Peace i once more reigns on the placid i waters of the Great Kanawha, and there is nothin’ doin’ here except a city election on the Pith and there are not enough Democrats on hand to make that half interesting.— Charleston Mail. State Sundau School Convention. 1 he Sta'e S. S, Convention w ill he held in Wheeling on April 18th, l'.Hh and 20th. A large attendance is expected Iroin the various counties of the state and Cabell is already taking steps to round up the busi ness ol the county association and | try and secure a good delegation lor Wheeling. Superintendents of schools are re quested to he on the lookout lor, tit legates w ho can and will attend the slate convention. Extensive preparations are being made in 'Wheeling for the large gathering of Sunday school people who are expected to he present in April.— Huntington Dispatch. The following persons were nonri* . mated at the Republican Primary at Huntington last Saturday: Mayor, H. C. Gordon; City Clerk, II. W. Bloss; Treasurer, Thomas Sikes; Assessor, C. W. McClure, \ Sr.; Councilmeu, 1st Ward. Dr. W. A. Williams and Wm. Keefp; -d \\ ard, W. B. Wilson and Sam Fox; 3d Ward, BrulT Carter and j James Booth. Women’sK iilneys. Women are more often afflicted with kidney diporderB than men, but attribute the symptoms to disease peculiar to their Bex, while in reality the kidney* are deranged. Nervousness, headache, pufTy or dar« circle under the eye*, pain in the hack, are signs of kidney trouble that muet not be ignored, or a aorioua malady w;ll result. Foley's Kidney Cure ba« restored the health of thou sands of week, nervou*, broken down women. It plops irregulari ties and ptrengtheus the urinary organs. It purifies the blood and benefits the whole system. The Bleep Drug Store. Roll of Honor. I he following persons have paid the amount opposite ‘heir names on pubseriptiori to the Ai»v\s<k einee our last report, for which they have our thanks: Mrs- V. II l.titn.. . . } fo Wriirlit, Jr., for ft.-miud J Wriirlit . <ki Air,then 1 II I.il«l . | In * • J<. Hopkins .’ i R< • . I K. hMini'll. cj, ■ • 1 'SI ur- * ' levon. i on Wm. sinnnoK. e K. I . . h<km,. i on ll.lpm.»It t ry.JO t») , ' • } r •**>'' r.. I no ,1 X V;1 1 . . . .. ’ 2 of) 1 . w Hartram < <M1 I \V 'I ill.Ml-..II . ... I on i M Fnl.. r f „ J. ||. Stork.. t m »V ! ,« ...... i m Mr-. Or* ham. ] on \ ■ ' 1 1 ' s< I . *« . p A. •> i hr r i n if inn.. i , A h. Ilrarii .. j | (t) Mrs Oliirr II illrn. for Mm. f»* i. Fry ’. fif Mr * <l' .-rr H;i"rn, l->r Mrs. Sadlr li.ivp . e,i . "..k.!h*'*rr. i oo is J I J t\ <i K I tl . . , . . # .. ] , Fiord lli.ard.4 Hi . > s 11 fiii h . j l (, k ’ Ifn/lntt, lor i*|f. I is) K-itii. Ila/leit, for J. T J.a> nr. . ... , , , on Mr-. A iwr line AI ley 1 fvi A lima T \ rre.' i ,,, l.dria Wails . j J. I* Rr.in-re- t w. i. Ham n. ..;; , J), t'nnwwman James A. Hughe* ^ waa teredo visitor last Saturday. THE BIG STORE J “It’s a Matter of Distinction.” Those Spring ‘Printzess’ Garments A ®tr,^iu8 individuality about them; aud that same air of distinction reigns over the en tire r AC'IORY where the rriufzeps garments are made—it givey them an attractiveness notice able at once when grouped with other grades and sets a standard with which other makes com pare unfavorably. Exclusive styles aud Patterns; and made of superior quality material. Products ot a Factory where the most rigid inspection is made over every detail of the work from thread and needle to the completed Garment, thereby assuring “Perfection” in the making. We’re showing an immense line of these Spring “ ‘Printzeis’ Garments” aud an early in spection is suggested if you care for “Preferred Patterns.” J Printzess Silk anil Clotli Suits, Printzesss Skirts, Printzess Rai i Coats, Printzesss Covert Jackets. Second Weekly Special, March 13th to 18th. SILK PETTICOATS, Black and Colors, All Sizes, Fine Quality, For $4.98. Valentine & Newcomb HUNTINGTON, WEST VA. f"I find Th-dford’s Wnck-Prsught »S'M>d me.licine for li «>r d sense. \ It r T'-.l my on nfter ho had bj. nt fioo with doetor.s. It in all the med leine f take" MRS < A’OLINB Martin, Parkersburg, W v». If your liver does not net reg ularly go to vour Iruggist and BtH'uro a package of Thedford’s Mack-Draught and take a dose tonight. This great family medicine frees the constipated bowels. stirs up the torpid liver ami causes a healthy secretion of bile. T lied ford's Mark - Draught will cleanse the bowels of im purities ami strengthen the kid neys. A torpid liver invites colds, biliousness. cbillB and fever and all manner of sick ness and contagion. Weak kid neys result in Hright's disease which claims as many victims | as consumption. A 2,Vcent package of Thedford’s Mack Draught should always be kept \ in the bouse. **I ured Thedford'n Black Draught for lirer and k finer com plaint* and found nothing to ficAl THEDFORD’3 50 YEARS* EXPERIENCE '■M n v i i * I r 'flu! ” # a 2 H ■ m * ^ v *3 ~ ^ I I 4 L I ■ WjE n 1 S I K -3 V J Trade Marks JrP, jJf«V Designs Copyrights Ac. Anvene .ending n .keO h find e.-.-tr ‘|..n nun tpil.-kly »«< erf mn »ir e|iii.i..n free wtiefber an Inrotuuin u |imhnlily fiv. u,iMi> r..nuininlri. *Itin. b» r let I y confident In I. lfnn.1te.ok r.n hnr.iiia sent free, old.-t . y f,.r .... „ri..g «,ter,t.. V ,k‘n . ’’ nilv* Scientific American. A lisnd.onjntf I1ln.trr.ind we. klr. Lerecf rlr r.1 fli(..n . f nr.y .. iitnfflle J..iirr.nl. Terr.,., } n 'II* k" •" I l.yml T.f.n ,,|nn er« ItIUNN & Co.3e,B'»^ New York hrtnHi OfflfYi, K Washington, II. C. If you have anything to sell or tra<le place tlio name mi the hands of the proprietor of this paper. If hr flora pot make a Bale or trade 1^, Will charge iivUiiuuiyt auveu^n . L 1 lie tree that is uprooted before it bears fruit is worth only the market price of lumber-crops pay better. We are after accounts that will produce “crops.” We don’t want to replant" our hats every season. It is cheaper to make them better than $3.00 than to pay the cost of continually breaking new ground. If you have ever worn one of our 83.00 HATS-you’ll appre ciate this statement. That if you have not, come around and look at our line. SflM GIDEON "'EMtixrS: T„. mm Russtu JOIMU.lt IN KVKIIYTIIINO HARDWARE Stoves Tinware, llai •ness anil Buggies. »<l St., IUt»TO\, 0(110. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. H. MEEK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WAYNE, W. VA. Will practice to Wayne and adjoin Inc countte*. ^ 4. R. (JIESK E, Architect, Ceredc, VV. Va. Office at Hoard Brick. DANIEL IYR10IIT, ~ Painter [Paper Hanger Cemio, W. Va. **.W«rli done In the best style and at .•KM'iaiuiie prices. Paints and Wall Paper 'or sale. W. W. MARCUM, Attoriicy-at- Law, Chkedo, W. Va. Will practice In all the conrtBof W. ■toyd and Lawrence county. Kv . W. H. ADKINS, THE BARBER, GUARANTEES IIIS WORK TO GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION. Go t<> his shop and gel a clean shave and a nice hair cut and you will look ten years younger. Shop near corner of “B”and Main streets,Ceredo, W. Va. T. T. McDOlTGAL. Fire and Life Insu rance Agent, GEUEDO, W VA. Represents Strong and Reliable Fire companies and an old-liue Life company that gives large dividends and issues splendid pol icies. B. J.PRICHARD, W. S. NAPIER, Sr , President, Vice President. E. K. PRICHARD, Cashier. WAYNE® COUNTY® BAN 1/ WAYNE,, W. Vft. |\f Capital Stock, $25,000. Designated Depository of State Funds Interest Allowed on Time De posits. We have supplied a long felt want, and auk the public to recognize home enterprise by giving us their patronage. Will do a General Banking business and extend fair and courteous treatment to all. Account-, of individuals, firms and corpor ations are solicited. Small deposits receive the same attention as larger ones. A dollar deposited, is a dollar saved. Directors: B. J. PRICHARD, W.S. NAPIER, Sr. D. II. HARDWICK. E K. PRICHARD, J W. LLOYD. J. C. GEIGER. M. D.. —practice limited to— Eye, Ear, Nose anil Throat. Cor. 9th St. aud 4th Ave., Huntington, - - W. Va. l— 11 Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all i ient business conducted for Moocratc Fees. ',Ou« Ovrict is Ossositc U. S. P*TtNT ornct1 i and we can secure patent in less time than those i remote from Washington. < ] \ Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip-i j Hon. We advise, if patentable or not free of \ i charge. Our fee not due till patent I* teemed. | i ]! A Pamphlet, “How to Obtain I’at-n.?,' with 1 11cost of same in the U. S. and fore.**:. countries >sent free. Address. C.A.SNOW&nO. ' oep patcpt Ornct, WasMinr.Tn- c. # For pale by The BI088 Drill? Storo, Coredo, W. Va. Don’t you want your property in sured? It bo you can got it done at thip office. None but the inont re liable companies repreponted by us.