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II -erfeet t-qatpaest, seari at? i rail, bal fCpat.il ron.In ,11 V eatlt.nl.il, electric Il*-ht.*.l ?. carrying* Pulluian aleeping .in,I .lliilinc I '.ir rute*?, tickets, *" -Iieihile an.I ?it bel l.iiimtion apply atauj ticket ..ir..-,-..f d..* r I ? ' R?. aau con m???ti im Hi..-?. uradden?*J aei l> I*..11-, A el l' \ . i ft U Rv , Kl.'liinon.l, u i*. k. I'ovi r. ii w i rii n;, ?l.-ii Mane. Uea I i-t?a?.p?8'*qra:ow WE C^IRI WITHOUT USE OF A KNIFE Kellam's Hospital, Itie'liinoiid. Va Ml examination* free Coin.' nod see what we bave ?lone and are doing If lli.'ii yon nre not rilltintie.l thai ? Tilo it'll ? e claim we will pay til! of your expenses Is Hi.- liter* - . i r.-.ii! i i.orl of? the .?.t? ..i s. ilior.l. on I lie . ol Marcl. .1'???_' Il I. i: - ? In ilebl .Hol Upon in ni ( ul.-ii.. in.-aii.at Il *?l .,re?*i, Defendant The ol.J,*.-t ??( t..i? -no i- In ?Ul ? 1.? I? ?in.l ratal? i.| i?,, -.?,I |; \. .-oiiniy ?I Miiffor.l. V? to the pajriueul ut a note for tie- ?um ??( $l.t?i.T.S.?liie tbepl ? ul. Inter..*?! from I If toller ?*. r.'"_'.til; -ul.j.it t > a , re-lit of *JJ. a. of oct-.be: I. 1 ?..??.? An.i .-in at' Bad ??led 11. ! - II, . ..I a i-cnmIciii .,( ii,,* ?Hate ol V inclu?a I la ?*.| thai bs ,. .ifter due pablteatlon lien if, nil lo iiiny be mi-ex.irv to protect hi? In terral In ilii?-.nit Aud la la furtbel ordered >*.p.v hereof Im* ;? .. ??eK tor tour tveeka In I'm . an.I thai ,i ropy bepoate1.il Ihe front ?looroflhe. - on ihe iir.i OUl.t V .t > ?' In >ni ; ?: .. ?! ;.|.| )wl? I' A D IN -; - m ,.' ,.| the c...in' ? orne mi the lit .l.i.v of April Willi, ?io-en PlnlatH*. ..at D?te Tl..-. S vinculo iiiatriiiii.iit Iront the - unit lirii-. ma.le .lU.I lile.l tti.it lli, , orii,.. amia ?ir-en. la Bol .' rrahieat .1 ti,, Si Viritiula. II i? ,.r,lere.l that ir ti- i. ??lilil? tlftevu ill l.er.ol. atel do ?bal Blay lie * protect ln-r In'.-r. - II. And it la ?urtb.r or.leri-.l tlmi a copy hereof l?e pub II.I.cd on, e a ?eel. I-.r to.ir ? ee-ka in I HI l_iKi'i B*wepa|>er ind i posted at tbe front de>e>r ol the courl ol Hila coi mtl on ?'.*? tirr.i day ..fil. term of tbS (oBBt* court. A i on 1 i i:. I. HCKTI R, rierk. ej, A. losa, p. ?|. bp*'1? i a Pratt's Poultry Yards R. L. A RK1I). Manager, PRATT'S, VA. Breeder Barred Flyiiiouth Kock, Thoni Min's strain. My yards are lieailed by as fine birds as can Ire found iu the South. The B. P. K. is the ideal chicken for profit or fancy. EGGS, $1 Per 13. Trices of Cockerels or Pullets on A p plication. Cholera Remedy for sale Orelers filled promptly. ...Attention... Sportsmen ! LBBOY L LELANO, 106 Light M , Baltimore, Md. Ih head?)narter* for Resai-gten Httiniin-r and llaiiiinerle*t?H ?una A i;ii;irantee-d Kiin for -flu All lirau.l? ol Bnokeleas Power. Hand loaded ehelU. Full line til sporting supplies alwtye on )in.ii?]. Mnil, ordera solicited. Prompt attention and nut ??faction guarantee*?!. A.P.DEMPSEY, Dealer In Fancy,Staple and Green Groceries Salt Meats and Vegetables. Orders by 'phone will receive prompt attention. Thone 29. Commerce street, l-'redcricksburg. Va. Boilers, Engines, Process Kettles Can Fillers, Crane Fixtures, Crates, Firepots, Trucks, Capping Machines, Cans, Labels and Cases, etc A. K. ROBINS & CO., 724 E Pratt St. Baltimore, Md ?LT?EI ?alLliliT JJ South Gay St, Baltimore, Mel. HARDWOOD LUMBER, Wholesale anel Commission. RAIIROAD 1 UMBER VWOTSC?^TT & CO., ; WlloLLSAI i: Seed Merchants. Clorer, Timothy, Orchard Grass, Blue Grass, Reel Top Millet, Black and Black Kye Peas, Soja Beans, Grain Bags, etc. 226 Spear's Wharf, Baltimore, Md. Maf. S- EnjbreH [Hacceasor to Kmbrey ft Berryman.] lleaU-rtn KA 11.KO All ?'KtlSS TIB, CF.DAIe l'08TH, Sl'UKKS AM) HOOPS. Keepa eomtantly on hand a large aupply ol Hated Hay and Mill Feed. M^flt? near Kallroa/1 Hepnt. l*reflertcli?bni**?. Via. Sommer Law School ?OaiVKRSlTY OK VIRGINIA. la Tttsme? laonnuun?. Md Summer. July 1 to seinem. Wrl.MM. hvtlie law iK.i.it, ll^i.ful t,,-jea__ar?! leeaneHi?t**?>"t Hie '*' ?'"I tovr?<'tlti?nera wbo tiara brl.<d ayatetnau,' inntru.uoii. Fur ihUIukim*. atltlie? a V. niaea, ?-eci-tlar?. ? tuvt-MlM.UI?, V?. SUFFERED THREE YEARS. CATARRH OF STOMACH. Miss Evelya Morse writes from 6SI Adams Street, Minneapolis, Minn., at folio?*: ?'I suffered for nearly three years with catarrh of the stomach which no medicine seemed to relieve, until a friend advised me to try Peruna. Although skeptical, I tried It, and found It helped me within the first week. I kept tak? ing It for three months, and am pleased to say that It cured ma entirely, and I have had no symptoms of Its return. I am only too glad to recommend It. "? BVBLYN MORSE. Adia Urittain, of Sekitan, ??., writes: lof saving my life, for I eunVr.-d for "After DSing your wonderful Ponina H i .ntlis, I loive had _r* ?t relief. I -i id tmntlnnal hearlnsss in n S'-h, was i.liions, and had faintin - but they all have left mm all Peruna. 1 can now get around and do mv boneewcek, and think !'? runa the month? from catarrh of the Stomach. Two bottles of Parana cured mo."- Mrs Llx/lie B If jen do n<>t derive prompt and satia fai-t.ry resulta from tlie use of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Liartman, giving a full statement <.f your case and lie will | : medicine I evrr i to gire you his valuable ad Bnttain. : ries Mrs. Lizzie Blevins, 102 Boliver street, , Axk-feeM Dr. Hartman, President of Cleveland, obi... write?: The liartman Sanitarium, Columbio*, -1 candidly feel Peruna was the DM au? I Ohio. QUO A. ll\.\. rlstablisliee] I-*-.' .1. I! UM I1W G. A. HAX and CO., Grain, Hay, Mill-Feed and Seed. Reeeirers and Shippers. I I". North Si . Ilitlliinore. M.I G. A. ZIRGKEL&CO Sole Agents For Towers' Oiled Clothing, Huts, RtC. Brands: "Fish," "Nox'Km A'l,"."Shield" ?n.l *( a Standard." Mermaid Brand Mackintoehea, fobbers ol Gewdjerar (?love Boston an?! Woonsockei, May ?"t?te and Rhode Island Rabbet Booti and Shoes Jobs in Rubbers at all times. 7 and y E Pratt St, opposite Miltby House. Baltimore, Md. LEARN AT HOME Book-keeping, 8horlhand, Penmanship, Arithmetic. Jf you ?an not attend the College, take oui Mall Course am! [trepan ? -ful bnslnCM career. A Good Position Secured for Every Graduate. Bchool open the entire year. Students enter al any time? Able and experi eneed teachers. Blegant rooms. Latest and be**?t methoela. personal Instruction. Send ten cents f..r a tittle book of pen written oofies, with printed In -tr 1 i?-t lone. Elegant Catalogue free. Write to-day. Be ?ur<- to aiention this Paper, and state whether you srlsh to take tin* Mall Course or come to the College. E. II. NORItlAN, Pret-tiedeut. />. '/ts&rtf-f <y'fills'- ?' ' 'i^uc-!^' L^y?i 5 N. CHARLES 8TREET. :J' ? BALTIMORE, MO. B. B. GRISWOLD & CO. General Commission Merchants, NO. 111 sol TH (UARLFS .-?TKKKT. BALTIMORE, MI). FARMKRS, DAIRYMEN and POULTRYMKN will receive highest Market prices by consigning tlieif produce to us. V/e will furnish our f'roeluce Report to all upon application. Correspondence Solicited. . W.M.WILLSON&CO WHOLESALE and COMMISSION N. C.and Va. Pine Lumber 501 East Falls Avenue, Biiltimore.Mel Cargoes and Carload Lots. Correspondence and Consignments Solicited B . O . FHIZZELL, .. llol.VSAI.K DKALKB IN Butter, Eggs and Poultry. N. K. Corner Hiinover ?in?! Ciimden 8te., Baltinnir?', Mil. Long I'i.-Liin?' Phone 2692. nijririnr-mi .M>iinifii>tuivrs' Nutiemnl Bonk and Dot-joardal Ajjrene-ie-H. l'orr?---.|ioii<leii?-i' and CoiiHi-riunentH soli.ite-d. FOR HIGHEST WALKET PRICES And Dnilv Ke'turns. slii|> v?nir Ptuiltrv. Eggt, Stock, etc,. In P. H. F OOT E <_ CO.. Fnut ninl l'nnhnf f-ominis*<??m Merclifuit'?. ?"? \\. (am?em St., Baltimore, Md. Krtt;ii>l?tdu-tl 1HN0. llefereii('eMj?p*liir(l Nat^il Hank, Duii'h and Kruelstreet's Commercial Agencie*?., nftd our sliippe- 5 A Iriul shipment r?* ??pe-e tfully solicited. *_>\ Duvall & Woollen, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Fruit, Grsin. Tobacco, Poultry, Live Stock. Wool, Hides, Furs, Fish, Melons, Etc. IOS I. Pratt St., Baltimore, Md References?Farmers and Mer? chants National Bank of Baltimore; Findlay,Roberts & Co.; Griffith, Turner & Co.; Gustavus Ober; Dunn's and Bradstreet'a Agencies. ROBERT LEE PORTKIt. WM. 11. 1'ol.TKK. R. L_. PORTER <S? CO. Commission Merchants. ? Jobbers in Produce, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Candiete, Crackers, Cakes. We i solicit eonsi-cnment? of Country Produce, Chickens, Fugs, Hiilete, Fun?, ele. No. Ill I West Pratt St., Baltimore, M.I CAROLIN!:. Smsll lire I nttrlalstnent Nstes Ptaiosal? Klc. i iirreapoDdene t" 'I'm Faite l Bowliag (Ireea, Va., ?prfl**8l li*?v_. lUi Richard Bagby. ol Looiaa, l?le?! Iii? regular appointment in the Christian cliiireh on Sun.lay morning and night; his Hiil.ject in the morning lH-ing **The Sun.lav Scliool," and at light ' Christ hm Joj Min* \ddie Irli.v hait returned from TayleirsviUe where she attended the Lradbetter Page aaptlnls Mr and Mra Joseph Baker of l-?*e to.?.,. W, Vu. ?|H*nt Tueaday niglilnt tin* Ui?u in route to their BOOM in Mrs I. M It..hin*..n mid the little I.ihm bave ri'lnrii.'.l from ? ?hurt fiait to New Kent v Mr und Mr? Joe Willis, ()f Kentucky. an- spend lag this week at "Spring lirores" the hoaoeof Mr. DnaW De Jar nette The kitchen at the rear of the rsaide*nre ..( It I: l- CilaaaeH caught on tin* on Saturday Bight about 8 o'clock A large croud coll.-cte.! and in a few niantes the tin* tviiH under i'onlrol. and ivli.it at lirst indicate.! n large lire prove??! to b ? only ?i small l.la/e Min* I ordie I.. UitiHion left on Mon? day for Richmond irherc ehe a ill !?? Ihe goes! "( frieii.la for *?*ieral ?lava She teas mvoiu|.aided by Maotre Alien Val ratine, ?ho ha?, lam the gneel of friends lier?' for tin* past week. Mis*. Mattie Collins relumed on Tm> day (ri.'n a short tisit to Uichmoml Mra Bettle Lsitwirh baa retataed i" her liouie at MiKor.l fre.ni Kii'iiiion?!. when* eat lin? been spend lag the ? inter w ill. her ??hil.li.'ii. Mr A R Chandler, *lr. who ?a tend ing in Nolle? "a leeliool in l!i.-hln<.iid ia at the liouie ol his parent*? hen*, hating coin?' home quite sick The ?ale of Mr R ?. W'atkina' limn*.* hold fiirnitiire took plaec on laat Bator day and was largely attend?-.!. The articles all brought good priesa Mra I, M I rad.lo.li and t vi o chil.ln-n are spend lag some time nrith her parent*? in Richmond. Mr A !'. Chandler is baantMyrag hin r.*H?,leiiis* on Miiiiiai by pulling iinaiii'w coat ol paint Res. E. ii Rove, "i Benna Vieta.^ent Sunday with rclatiies here A good many <>! our people ?rent to Bethel M Wedneodaj night to the mar? riage of Mis? L'velyn I. Coghill to Mr _ I. iVnrley.which w.o. solemn i 7.e?l at 7.Mil o'clock. Mrs. Vf. I. Broruldus. Miss Annie* I'.roiidiliis mid Miw? lb>?aii> Coghill sjient Friday il your city on a shoppingex pedrtion. The Little- I'.u?I.Iith' mire-eionary Society if the Christain rliurch, hail an enter taiiiiiientmi'iit on Sunday etching Then wax a largj crowd out. and the program which was well rentiere?!. Mra .loel Hainete and little sein, have returned (roui a short visit to Washing? ton and I'.alliin.ir.i, Mr F B French |e(t Sunday night lor Kiclimon.l acoimpanii'd !iy little Mian Morgan, w ho have lieenspen.ling several days with the family "f Mr. A. B. i hm..! 1er. \. Y Z. Could aot Breathe. Coughs, ceilils. croup, grin, bronchits ..(her throat nn?l lung troubles are ?piick hf cure?! by (Ine Minute Cough Cure. One Minute Cough Cure is not a mere ex?*?*? torant, which gives only tempe>rary re lie!. It softens and Bqaiflee,the mucous, draws out the inllaiiiiiiation and removes the eause of the disease. Absolutely sale. Acts at once. "( >ne Minute- Cough Cure will <lo nil that is chinned tor it," say? .luatiee ?if the Peace, J. Q. Hood, Crosby, Miss. "My wile coulil not get her breath anil was relieved by the lirst dose. It has besa a lienelit toall my family." D.C Bowman. The I'ennsylvanian wliei boug-ht the mineral right? on the Millar?! ('ar|ienter farm, in Ixiuisa county a few weeks ago, is o(rening the mica vein. Siiecimens of mica free from iron spicks anil cracks, and measuring six inchea s?piare-, have l?een taken from the vein, anil it is said this inii'ii can lie split as thin as tissue paper without sealing. Cssist s Dreadful Cold. Marion Kooke, manager for T. M. Thompson, a large importer of fine mil lin.-rv at 1668 Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, aays: "Dnring the late severe weather 1 caught a dreadful cold h tii.-ii kept me awake at night and made me unfit to attend my work dur? ing the day. One of my milliners was taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy lor a severe cold nt that time, which sis*misl to relieved her so quickly that I bought some for myself. It acted like magic and I began to improve at once. I am now feeling very pleased to acknow? ledge its merits." For sale by M. M Le win .?"orne of the farmers in Le m isa county since the paseeage of the dog-tax law, are | increasing their Hock ol sheep. One farm? er who formerly kept a flock of ten. no77 has forty-six sheep and there are other similar additions. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of the | d ?Restants and digests all kinds of toot. It gives Instant relief and nerer falls to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sersitlTa stomachs can take it. By its use many inda of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. It pr.'Venta formation of gas on the stom? ach, relieving all distress after eating, Pit-ting unnecessary. Pleasant to take. ft can't help but do you good hepars- only by R. 0.1)1 W itt k Co.. Cbteaga I That- hott-* wtalnstH Urnes-ehaMcs-fc DO YOU SHOOT? 1 If you do you should send your name end address on s postal card for a WINCHESTER [GUN CATALOGUE. IT'S FREE. I It illustrates and describes all the different Winchester Rifles, Shotguns and ' Ammunition, and contains much valuable information. Send at once to the Winchester Repeating Arma Co.. Now Haven, Con a. j OKI I M Clll HT! lili ?.MNliS. To 'fu. rasa Lasci Yiiuiig .1 oilield, whoeeeaped from [ail, Vnd left no tracea of hi* trail. An snd-rtnrbed freedoa tn)oys, lia? now no can?.' to shnn deeoj - \ voluntary offer bad been made, II actual SIpeMBS had Im'cii paid, To replace him behind tin- prison doors Bat was refuHe.l. the riiuior goes \\ >? bave H" use* for courts or law. If criminals are not lirouglit tu law. No ins',1 for jury, (edge Of l.ars. i ir reversaes fur th.- Stripes and siar? ('ternCoaaty Isstrirkeo .-nee again. >. ith railroad tarer, mil.t tin pain. That's incidental to tin* new birth 11( a railroad made in mother earth. Tliis time it touched bet Southern aklrt Where, 'tis claimed, but little work Will neci-asarially bave to Is*.I.nie Befare the iron h..rs<- ma run It touched ihe town ..| Muri..ni ill.* \nal eastward runs to \.l\a. Mill. Where the cl.i'rgclic .1 M IV.Il Would a bonus of several thousand lay It drded around the I'in.v Mount. Where pecetoaioas an at a dlseoaat So, if they build like they surveyed, Will give an outlet to that trade The people "f ? Irrens twill als., suit 'I'o ship their surplus -as-.alr.is roof. Their aiimiic leaves and nihl.it skins \iiil chestnuts, BS well as chin.pie|.ins flee miles beton -oath river tails Is a I'hiir, h wh.rc Rav \l Hall Might the gi>H|.el light proclaim In the ahasnee of the wiadn? panes For tint?' the factory bai (he order. Hut the spirit that mote? upon tin* t.*. il* i Altho' it lias the conscience shook, Ilasfaileil to Nad (he poekcthook We much lami'iit the depntted siur.-. Ihe Rev Dr. D-Witt lalinage. The w?irld's aehaowledgsd preacher. The eeet of Spnrgeon ? r ..f Beeches*, Whose name on earth will cherished be, And echoe-d through eternity. A halo around the throne will shed, From I tie crown of splendor on his bead Plenos aaaoanes through 'I'm. Lam k Tin* Methodist people want a rhatT To supplement their cash in hand For the Is-netit of their church. 1'aran At Stannrdsville. on Whit niomlay All will have a rhanee* to pay For what they learn ami know an.l see And Sal lie Chapman will thankful be -.1 I-). II Q-rfaqae, Va, April 21. 1903. The Beit Rested) for Rheumatism. ('I I? k IIKI.II 1 I l!OM i'AIV All who use Chamlarlain's l'ain Balm for rheumatism are delight-eel with the ?piick relief from pain which it affords. When speaking ?i! this Mr. D. N Sinks. of Troy, Ohio, says: "Some time ago I hoe! a severe attack of rheumatism in my arm and shoulder. I triad numer? ous remedie*? but got no relief until I was recoitliuendeil by Messrs Don, I' Parson A ('??., druggist? of this place, to try Ohaiuberluin's l'ain Halm. They re commended it so highly that I bought a bottle I was soon relie veil of all pain. I have aince* reeommenileel this liniment to many of my friends, who agree with me that it is the liest remedy f?ir muscular rheumatism In the market." For sale by M. M Lew" C0?NCIL OF COLORED BAPTISTClll RCHKS Rev. J, H. (lryrsei Suttslaed and Uecof sized ss s Milliter. Kingfieorgefo , Va., April 19, 1908. The following I'oiincil having been call? ed by Rev. .1. II. Hryines. of King ??eorge county, to investigate n matter !s?tween him ami St. Stephen Baptist church, tin? billowing churches were invited to sit in council: Antioeh Baptist, king < 'corgi* county, Vn., ?)el?*gates. Rev L. S. Mar? shall, I'eter Ciiningham, Allen I'ryiues, I'ilgrim Baptist church. King ? Ieorge county, delegates, Rev. .lames Williams, Sam Rollings; Hhiloh, old site, Baptist church, I'reelerieksliurg. Va., del?gale?, Rev. J. B Brown, II. II. Jackson; Little Shiloh Baptist church, Falmouth. Va . delegate, Rev. C. S. I.upas; Mt. Hope i Baptist church, delegate?, Rev. N". Wash? ington. .1 M. Porter; I'nion Ijbertv Ban tistchurch, King ?ieorge county, dele? gates, William I'. Minor,David F. Minor The meeting was called to order by Rev. James Williams, Rev..). F. Brown was elected moderator and Allen (Irymes sectretary. The object of the call was stated by Rev. J. II. (irymes: "I was a member of St. Stephen Baptist church, having been ralle?! by a beidy of members to organize a church after which it was 1 reporteel that I had organized a disorder? ly body, and to my surprise was exclud? ed from my church." We, the council, after careful examination of the cause ol of his exclusion, and finding him still i holding license given to him by St. Step ' hen Baptist church, we see no scriptural I reason to withdraw the bond of fellow? ship from him as a minister of the Cospel, . and we do hereby receigniie him, and I pray that the blessing of Cod may rest upon him. Rkv. I. B. Bkown, Moderator ALUM Giitmk?, Secretary. TO CURB A COLO HI ORB OAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tableta All druggists refund the money if it fails i to cure. B. \V. Grove's signature la oa ?eacbbox-.Se. THE NEW CONSTITUTION. Seaator Daniel Favori Submlltls** It Ts Tbc People. Senator Daniel has written the following public letter: I S Senate, Washington, D ('., April |9, 1909. I bare Joel raaebai hsrstrw Kfctoond and have your favor in.piiring as to my position respecting the submission of the j Coiistitution to a vote of the people for! ratification or rejection. It should, in my j ..pinion la-submitted. This was the un? iversal expression of the Deine-ocratic ofdaioo prior to the calling of the Na? rration: and I ?as o?..- of those who inn.!?' the distinct declaration of favor to -nl.mission I'll?* people took us at our word and railed the convention: and we should keep our word, now that the work i- done, As to wiutt pooplsthoGoa stitiiii.iu should Is* submitted to i? another qneatloa. Both the art of Aseem- ; My, iv In.-Ii relaies to the matter, ail?! the platform of the Norfolk liemoerati?' ( ?in? vention. S|a*ak ?if '?the ??copie" as the pro;, r parties (or the I oiiatituli.it' to Is* siiliinii Itsl 1.1.using no manner of ipialiti entioa or limitation The call for the con rsatioa was made by '?the jieople" with? out any .pialiti.ation of limitatiou upon their number or character save that they I were 111 olifled voters, of course. The sub i iiiissinn l.a.k to them of the Constitution ' which they > letted lia- convention to pre pare, would Is- according to the natural. ami grammatical construction of toe pledges made by the Norfolk liernocratk* ? platform and by the lieiiiocratic ?|ieakers ' every when? Nothing was said in the canvass about ' proclaiming one part of the constitution and su!.milling another (.art The pledge of "submission to the people" was made as in the Constitution. ' and not us toa part of the Constitution: ami perionn uii.-c should U* as I.road and full as the pledge There is muchgooelinthenew constitu? tion ami I shall support its adoption.. nut withstanding the fact that I would pnf.r that some-of its provisions were i differentfrom what they are. "The peo? ple smntod the convention and called it. If tiny want the new Constitution they will adopt it. If they do no want it they should not Is* compelled to accept it. ThSOS an- my views, frankly, though j hastily stai?-?l, and there is no privacy about them. Von can use this in any way you deem pro|s*r. Very truly yours. .lohn W. Daniel A Hive of ladustry. Rapid progress in being made in the coal and coke industry in Wise county. Virginia. From year to year new mines an- Opened and new coke plants are con? structed, until that county has come to !s> a hive of industry, teeming with hun breds ol laborers. The Virginia Coal and Iron Company, has several hundred coke ovens in o-ieration in the county and is building more. The company has (ifi'i cake ovens at Stonega, near Big Stone liap. and is now having ?100 ovens con? structed at Mud Lick, three miles east of Stonega. At Dorchester, in the same county, the Colonial Coal and Coke Com? pany is preparing to erect 200 morecoke ovens in addition to the plant of several hundred already established. The coke ovens now hi operations in Wise county are as follows; At Toms Creek, 800; at ! Stonega, 966* at Dorchester, .125; at l.ootiey Cri-ek, about 1(H); total, about 1,991. Shot Is Hit Left Let For all kinds of sores, boms, bruises, or other u minds DeW'itt's Witch Hasel Salve is a sure cure. Skin diseases yield to it at one-e. Never fails in cases of piles. Cooling and Healing None genuine but DiWitt's Beware of counterfeits. "1 suffered for manv years from a sore cause?! by a gun shot wound in my left leg," says A. S. Fuller, English, Ind. "It would not heal and gave me much tro? uble. I osee] all kinds of Remediea to no purpos* until I tried De Witt's Witch Mar-el Salve. A few boxes completely cured me." D. C. Bowman. The court-martial to try (Jen. Jacob II. Smith at Manila has been dissolved and reconvene?!, so as to put it under the direct supervision of President Roosevelt. The Best Blood Purifier. The blood Is constantly being purified ; by the longs, liver and kidneys. Keep i these organs in a healthy condition and the bowels regular and you will have no need of a blood purifier. For this pur? pose there is nothing equal to Chamber laine's Stomach and Liver Tableta, one ' dose of them will doyoumore good than i a dollar bottle of the beet blood purifier. Prise, 39 cents. Sample free at M. M. Lewis's drug store. The Democrats in Mecklenburg and Prince Edward countiea have instructed their delegates to vote lor proclaiming the new Constitution. Weak? No matter how long you have been ill, nor how poorly you may be today, Averts Sarsaparilla is the best medi? cine you can take for puri? fying and enriching the blood. Put your whole trust in it. p. knemepea. J* C ?vH. Co.. UmeX mam. KINO GEORGE. S?kool Cleslsts-Qasrterly Meetlsg- Persoa alt. Etc. (I'orrespondene to Thk F_B_ Lis. i | King (ieorge Co.. Va., April 21, 1999. I-Ut week was commencement week among the public schools of King George, many of them closing very sue*e*e?-eiul sew ?ions. Mias Mary (?ray Arnoldcloseel hit Saturday after a good sessiein. < lue of the most elaborate school enter taiuineiits we have heard of was that of Misa Mollir E Rogers of school No. 0, I'otomac District. The school-bouse was beautifully decorated and filled to theut tennoHt capacity with the friends and patrons of the school. The following program was most charmingly carried out: Chorus by the school?"Old Ken tucky Home;" recitation?"True Story of a Kicker," bv Sereal I'eaJow;Singing "Juanita;" recitation?"Seven Times Seven," Myrtle Spilman; singing?Going from the corn fields;" recitation?"St Feter at the (?olden (late," Reatric I'rice; dialogue?"Ree-ees Speeches," Lucinda and Louise Washington.Myrtle Spiiman, l-?na Johnson and Margery i'rice;recita-, tion?"The Blue and the Cray,' Nells I'rie-e; recitation?"Flowers of Thought,"* i Hester Hoffman; dialogue?"Scene in a backwoods school," by one girl and seven boys; recitation?"'Modern Educa? tion," Nettie Spilman recitation -" Kat h lera," Sue Washington; singing?"Kath leen ; recitatiori-"Sunshine after Clouds," William Washington; recitation? 'Why I would not marry," Nellie I'rice; recita tion-'How Tildy Smith Can Flay," Rob Spilman; "Farewell," by Sue Washing? ton. Singing?"The sweet old word good? bye." Some delightful music was ren? dered on the violin and guitar by the* ? Misses Washington. Miss Nannie Rogers closed ber school : after a very ????eceaaful session on Wed-, neaday with a vefy delightful entertain? ment, after which prises weredistributed to several pupils Alice MeCarty wrateed ! a lieautiful doll for being present every day during the session; Flossie Harris, ("arrie Jenkins, I-ola Fey ton, Corn Sor rell and Minnie Mason received prises for perfect lessons. Rev. I. H. Amiss, presiding elder of the Rappabannock District, held his second iiuarterly conference of King (ieorge cir? cuit last Saturday and Sunday at Grace church. Each church in the charge was represented by ottieial members. The collections about the average. Delegates were elected to the next district conter ence aa follows : Messrs. John T. Minor. B. D. Brown, (i. Vf. i.rigsby; alternates, F E. Omohundro, Ernest la Fayne and Julian H. Pratt. The next quarterly conference will be held at Fletcher's Chapel. Misses Josephine and Florence Garnett, of Spy Hill, accompanied by their broth? er, Master Henry, are visiting relatives in Washington. Master John T. Minor and his sister, Nannie, children of Mr. aad Mrs. J. Thoe. Minor, returned last week from Nor thumberland county, where they have been attending school. Wsats te Help Others. "I bad stomach trouble all my life," a-ys Edw. Mehler, proprietor of the I nion Bottling Works, Erie, Fa., "and tried all kinds of remedies, went to sev? eral doctors and spent considerable money trying to get a moment's ?eate. Finally I read of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have been taking it to my great sat? isfaction. t>sa9e>er found its equal for stomach trVa wa>nd gladly recommend it in hope tares.'may help other suffer? ers." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure wr* all stomach troubles. Yoo doa't have ?o diet. Kodol Dyspepsia Core digests what you eat. D C. Bowman. While searching for alost diamond ring at the home of Mrs Elisabeth Brander, in Richmond, an old hearth waa torn up and another diamond ring was found un? der It ?fwnicn none of xutJt?^ bail any knowledge. The house has been (fc cupied for 35 years by Mrs. Brander. The ring found has three brilliant stones and is valuable. The solitaire ring lost a lew days ago, is worth flOO. Of the two rings mislaid by Miss Brander one was found in the e_u-pet-sweeper. Under a special law passed by the leg? islature for Washington county, the board of supervisors authorised Glade Spring and Uolston district to issue, county bonds for building bridges and macadamizing ronda Glade Springs will issue ten thousand and Holstein eight thousand dollars. If troubled by a weak digestion, loss or appetite, or constipation, try a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Every box warranted. For ? nais by M. M. Lewis. Alkr Years of Menial \ and Physical Sintering: Failure, Witt OrdJ Medicines, J_^H Paines Get Compound _, Cures a South Carolina (ientleman. This M M ine is Ii'Mitily Iiuloraeel l'y the Aliie t araJ I; I'hy-vi ?ins. What a blessing it wo? I be to human ity ii general if all suffe. -- men anc women knew insL. what M%?Lll_i*'rii Coii.poiind is al^TTTtTSliii- wn?rTn7tri Ti.eis,rk^^,ui^;*he^is'ntii*tr ^^?ft^M?leTing by mV ft se^e-med tmf? mentrffiTwith the commn%.'n the sharp ' the day. is successfully t*??rPt, ? bv Faine? ( i-lerv i ,,i abort weeks. W m X A-^M-.'*-.'irpi, proven fnlly A> , ?uuie^ej. t?-?iT?n ti* ni..,m* After years ol "Jan? feawjsery,agony, iiii.l.l.apondeney. I Faine s Celery I ?impound in.i.le a "ne? man" of ?me who ha.) become a mer< i wreck?one who wits Ia*t Hearing the ; grave. Have faith, sufferer! You have astros? ! deliverer at hand able to n-ncue and save \ you. From tesl.it let your hope be cen i tered in l'aine ?> i elery Compound audit? mighi.i power to cure. It aas never.lia appointe .-r: it will not fail in your can?' Mr R. II. Miirph Ilirh. S. (' . underthf direction of a kind I'rovidenre wasli^H use tin- medicine that "mak. well.-' Ilia testimony in atroog aaiql^H vincing. It ?bows iinniistakenbly that' l'ain." Celery ('? d is the trac i health builder lor weak, weary,sleepless, j and run down people at this seasos Mr. Murph nays:? "I have bad neri..us prostrati? several years. I wa? iron I.led a continually with iicrvyua hnU?S?fit. ' could niil sleep u- hail < ...me abssai min.'ed. and considerably run down ii ? flesh and general health .1 friend ad via ed me to try I ..impound I used four hottlea and am now in excel lent health ami weigh more than I have j lor live years, all ol which 1 Faines (elery Compound. Dill DYES ...ir n ?? ..f [K The whole aestern part of Oaatema'a was desoiat'il b} tue recent earthquake., A Teilimoaiil (rom Old tsj-lias. 'T consider (imnil-erlaiii's Cough Ren j edy the l-eet in the world lor bronchitis says Mr William Savory, ol Warrll^^H England. she having Urn a martyr to bttMMl^H lor over six yearn heingmosf of the time confined to'her la-d She is no - well." Sold by If. M. I?ewis Pr?sident Roosevelt sent a message to Congress nroiiiiii.-ii.ling an ^P?tm?LmW tlon of *?.'(),mu? to enable him to appoint twoc?*mini**H?.i!i.-rM to liait l'entra South America to examine the propoanl 1 route of a Fan -American railway and t? ascertain what coueesuiou the respective' goveanments will grant, as n-conMtfafej ed by the Fan-American (.ongnasraeMt-i ly held in Mexico, ami to int. -tigate and ! report upon the means of extending the i commerce of the I d regions. Neglect Meist Dinfer. Don't aeglect biliousness and consti- j pation. > ir health ?ill suffer perinan-1 mauently ifyou'lo IK-Witt? Little Early Rwerscun'-.ii t. ..ir-e** M. H Smith, But? ten ut, Mich , saja *'l> Witt's Little Earl/ Risers are the moat satisfactory pills I ever took. Never gri|ie or cause : nuueea.'.' D. C I'.owman. Wiliiai^__.'inl-">n. ** i-olored nativa ?-?^f^*o?;uTo' ty this week?mhial^^l anniversary. imIjauo This signature 1? on ?very box of ^gVP-?.~ Laxative Bromo-Quinine !jg Um Mat*?!/ tUat ear?? a -s?M la asar?. \\ W H RRI.'LLE. Froprietor. BRULLE'S. M_in St. I/cader In ICE CREAM 'whole??ale and retail). CANDIES fresh ir.r^Uv lluvlers. 80c.; Whitmans. KT Lowney I ?W, andiWuDe's, ?la per ?ound Mail orders rsceivs special attention. Mill E dOc: WOOLEN MILL S -?at .ssibie ?irves | ?*___^___^___-, *^*<aJ__-H led DAVIS & DA l.ur? nil ?ineaasci 6East ?uttl Country Prod With Yf1 oxyo s pn-rC; ^^^^piv'-??.>'? ! '" t*_?-;*S^^^ffi__Plr'r''*-''" I '~-i-W_^/?tri_i??^^:'''' W ! rt "H?rWwlm^vv " n_a'lfSf ir?sSS'V-?'''? I ';*. 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