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Is an hereditary diseeee. ar 1 one for which a tainted ancestry or hkx - ed parentage is r*?pon?_ible. It isttans mitted through the blood and s!.?.w? itself In swelling and ul?-eraticn of the glands of tne cech, catarrh of the hesd. area-k eyes, sores, abscesses an.1 akin nap tions, arith a gradual wasting sway of strength and nudity It *l<-o attacks the bones aund joints, resulting in white s-vel liiig. hip disease and deformities of eve . kind We see the t?rm of tin* swful bio? taint every day, but it exists in so many forms that often it passes fur sonie t hingeise and istreated asano?her?lisea?e. Scrofula robs the blood of its 1 2ualities, and it becomes too poor to i-ro uce healthy growth _ur. r*ir-T and development, and THE GIFT thin, emaciated bodies a?-. . and pad lid, waxy com- Ur A pie ?lona are the result. TAIUTrn Only a constitutional ?Ml1'1 tu rt^cdV one thatworha ANCESTRY. through the blood, can reach a disease that has been tra-isinitted through generations or been lurking in the blood since birth. S. S. S. cleanses the blood of all scrofu? lous matter and tubercular deposits, and when rich, pure, health-sustainin> is again flowing in the ?reins there is a gradual disappearance of all the d ous symptoms of Scrofula; strength returns, and a complete cure is effected. S. S. P. contains no strong minerals to further break down and derange the s\ a tem, but can be taken by the very old. as ^^^ well as the mi?'..'.> ?fk .4^ ?m aged and young, with ?^a^ *^^ ^^J outanyh?rnifulafter ^^ a^^ _^^ effects', or the least ^mAW ^AaW ^aaW inJurv to ''"' most ^^^9^^^ ^^^ delicate constitutior. If you have any signs of Scrofula, or your children are stunted or slow of growth, pale and sickly, write us. and out phvsicians will advise you free of charge the Swift Specific Co.. Atl.nta. Ga. DOGGETT S SCOTT Phone'Jl ? 1009 Main street. ? Regular priit-s, each article hearing ita own profit. is ourwtyle of doll igl ("utters often cut themselves. Re sell all kinds ol groceri? n cnnu'ii foods, etc. iiew nuts, canili.H. n.tiains. currants, cit? ron, dat?-e. tigs, prunes, eeepornttd apples.'peaches.etc. Apple hatter.peach batter, jelli?>s and mince meat in ?" Ih bocket? an.! I.??>??? Pun?old fashion dark buckwheat loar, hominy, hominy grit?. Force, rolled oat*, ?to. Barrel eider and apples, pur?* apple vinegar pigtset. fresh tri*??, saunage. peddlag, li"g? heivi cheese, corn beef. etc. 205 COMMtRCE.STREET. laeather. ?hoe intus. eohMar sett.? thread, wax.etc. Lime.seine twbae oats. l?-e?i and hay. Our prices are as loir a* anywli.-r- h the city. l'iialRy ease . llvered promptly Ladies Needing D ikes ui Ir:;'.:;::. i OHStTLT Mrs. Dr. Renner, The German Female Specialist1 Treats Woman'. ?lin. complaint?, ami irregularities. PK1\ \TK.*? \MT \ 1:11 M nota Pulilic HoHj.itnl, Lut a private bourn* an.! home coinf rt* S-parat? room* for cases la-fore anil .luring -?i finement. Tra?ne?! Nurse an.i Expert I*hjeh lea In attendance Provide home for infant if mara City office hours from !? a m. to?'. ?. n AM I.a. ave N. W . Washington. I>. C . 'Phoae Main l-'T ^ When writing menti m this paanT. J nst rea-ei veo a large lot ol Lumber! ?-/oors, Sash, Dunes, Gyprees Shingles. N. O. Floorirg. and Ceiling, -heaper in the Call and get my prices before huvln which I sell cheaper than any one els le city O. D, Foster, NATIONAL BOULEVARD NEW STORE! WALiLi PAPER, PAINTS, OIliS, WINDOW SHADES. Q. WooIcott& ?o Fine grades Wall Paper. Large stock on band LOW PRTCE8. W.uk d ?ne and estimate? given. All work (?ruarantned NEW 8T0RF. 1011 Main St., Next to Opera House. Perry &Co., TAILORS. We invite attention to the tmprov. ,1 tone of oar Spring Stock of Sui?ags. Troiiserings &ad Co?*iin7&. Our $15 Suits demand sp?cial attention. Main St. PERRY A tc. ...THE... Rplllill? EMC ll|H! ? Power ?Plant Is now prepar?-?d to loniisb Light? and Power lor Pans and Heater? on ?reason? able tjjertns, considering splendid lights aad good servi*-* supplied. ?Ca?japaet aad ?beat servi?-? In Virginia J. B. PICKLEN. Manager VEST SCftRHS SKNA?OHS Saya They Are -t?f-iid to Take the Duty -Off ?. QUESTION NOT A PARTI : Afr ONE Miaaoun Str ?tor C -a g?d R.?. Kb cjns Witn B-??? S i.'nt to ?*? . F-eezirjj People?Hoar Spoke On His Anti-Trust Bill. Was > in ?he s. ; ,,* a notai? l.ingley law. 8 ? tent: untry are agreed thai lation and mm rol of what tal aecaaattlatcd by ? r* ar UaVtS and teoadttctiBg hus-n liability Th.re ? eral f? about th?? with a real peril and noi .v:;h :? fat or imngir. ? If hi; a law and pi??\e asTcttlvs ? Ing in ih> the jurltfdi.-tk?:-. Its conditi.i not prnvt? .? that it wo-iid I ?per atlon by la : ,; lia? bility Senator Vest remarks ala 1 ?! ??n Monda?. InatractlBg tl tea ??o finance to *-?r*?pare and repoi " . moving the duty on mal. Feeble in th?? extreme, and tmpportliig himself on his desk, he called SttaotlOB to the condi tions of d- as a result of the ahortage in the coa'. - ply. Thoro was breathless sllon? ? the chamber as he s???ke. and ? ? senator on th?-* floor turned In his di? rection in ? He said that the question was no I? : a partisan one. but one of humanity. and that we ?re not on th>? verge of a crisis. bat a, tuaily in it. He charged th.- Republican senators with betu. lent and dumb or unwiiiinr-, to take any - the appeals of the p?x>r, freezing women and children with a party cry Stand pat." He chai ized iho Pincloy tariff act as a "?.i elephant.'' wtta which i raa to be done. Ha sarcastically rom.? that If the whole question was one o? raising money for the next presidential campaign that was th? ? HOUSE PASSES ARMY BILL Measure Creatina General Staff Adopt? ed By Large Majority. *?Y:i?hington. Jan. 7.?The I torday patssed the hill ' of a general staff for the army I voto of IS! to :." P> th, t.-rms of the bill It ?tecorncs the du'y of the general staff to pr? for the BafJoiial defense and for the mobilization of tin? army In tiiue of war, to ;:. and report on all quo-.f.<?ns ai.*? ting the efficlen? y of tha aatlka and to ?render prof? ?aional aid to the a tary of war ami to general officers ?nd other superior com mar. The general staff corps Is I of one chief of staff and two goner.?i officers, a;: ad by the pr dent from or*1, era of the army at : I not below the grade < ' eral; io'ir six lieutor colonel?, and two!?.- majors; twenty captains to bo detailed from officers of the grade of captain or first ll???.,tenanr. A number of bills of a minor charac? ter were a!?(i passe,?, the most In. ant being one to Increase the pension of soldiers totally deaf from $:'??' to |40 per month. Corbet* Willing to Meet Jeffries. Buffalo, X. Y , Jan. 7.?"I Will a the offer of the Hays VeUay Athl'tlc Club of San Francisco to fight Jim Jeffries for the championship of the world," said James J. Corb<*tt night. Corbet t believes Jeffries trill also accept the offer, because the club Is reliable and the champion has -ad no mat? h for a long time. The Haya Valley Athletic Club announced that It would offer a purse of J20.000 for a 20 round tont.-t between Corbett and Jeffries. _ Will Select Coadjutor Bishop. St. Louis. Ian. T.?Twenty priests of tho Catholic archdiocese osf St. Louis met here to ?elect the names of three priests, from whom the Pope will choose one to be coadjutor bishop of this dkn.se. "rior to the election Archbishop Kain will send the three names to the suffragan bishops of the province. The bishops will m? et snd pass on the names, which will tlu?n fce sent to Rome. The coadjutor bishop m time will succeed Archbishop Kain Famous Confederate Officer Dead. Baltimore. Md., Jan. 7. ? O??: Richard Snowden Andrews, a Confel erate officer who won fame for him aelf and hi*? command as tho com? mander of "Andrews' Battery," died at his home in this city yesterday Death was caused by paralysis. Gen eral Andrews was born 72 years ago in Washington. D. C. In recent years he had been engaged in commercial pursuits. Liabilities, $244,316; Assets, $5,140. Detroit. Mich., Jan. 7.?George S Davis, of this city, for many years a member of the firm of Parke, Davis ; & Co., has filed a petition In volun ', tary bankruptcy. The total amount of his debts is given as ?244.316, with as sets amounting to $5.140. Tbe largest ' debt constata of alx not?e given to Parka, D*y__ Co, aggregating f 95.50?. l-er l?Vel m?.> tears. Mra. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup bias been used for over sixty years by millions of mothers for their children while t?-eth lng, with perfect eiircetts. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allnva nil pains, cures wind colic, an?! is the beet remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve tnejpoee little sufferer immediately. Sold by I>rnggiets in every part of the world. Twenty-five iients a bottle. IS? sure an?! ask for "Mra. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other. Ray (Jol.sm.b a Neckwear. ?JM-C-??_- ^ Uncle Sam says it's all right I \tn in the re??-<vn of ?en of I "*"??? '?? fB--'7*' "'?f T_T ?l.-l.-lLi.? i.s -.'?.-r....'. . , i parta? '? .-..?->!.'- ? ? ? ?? ?> ' ' ?> v.t..-a_.-T I. ?lo?-?! **?*rr ?ruin -w not tuke a r. \ Direct from our dist?lery lo YOU Savas Dtalars' Profits ! Prtvtnts Adulteration 1 HAYNER WHISKEY PURE SEVEN ?YEAR-OLD RYE 4 FULL $0*20 EXPRESS QUARTS 3 PREPAID ? --? - - ?? ?-?-. *. Qt-ARTniyrrt.E<aof hayvf.B'SSSV-S - ? dor. i f. ? - i__i __Vr i na sen.". .-?-i a ? ? in.- !?? - \r?r-, ral.rol . lint or V. 4 ?(linria ?I ???? l'?|?r?.aa rrepald of ?O ?Quarts rer aie.OO '. ? InitlU t*r.-pald. . m :-? how. THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY ATLANTA- SA. PAITO*. OHIO ST. 10.IS, att ST. PAUL. MINI, vi i?i?st:l_-Bkt. Thui. O K.aTABUSHSD l-aas 1902. 190& We Thank Our Friends and the public ger.eraily for their co-operation and assistance in mak? ing the year 1902 tb in our busii __perience Wishing each and every one a happy and pros? perous New Year. illy, W. L. B R A N N A N. 1902 BRANNAN 1903 -- "70 Money > CINI.A JoToL?w@r0y&(Ga DRY GOODS & NOTIONS WHOLESALE & RETAIL - Our prices guaranteed to be the Regardless of special or closing out sales. Only Strictly Pure Drugs PRESC RIP TIGMS ___AT JOHNSTON ?A. PEARSONS. AH Prescription? are comp-Tondod by n. Rogntered Phanna- ist Take year Piom_iiptioni to Jo i and ^?-t wLat your doctor wtit?-? !???? No aobatitation at tb?mr st.or?-. -?_-? JOHN M. GRIFFIN I Staple ad Fancy Qi\>? Fine Liquor Tobacei ? Cl Agency Pa'ist Milwaukee Lager Reel r ?atrvV ?l?. t?. -t.r...? -.?? -v E. W. EVANS <& CO., Produce Commission Merchants, For the aale ol Live inri Dres?w?<l Poaltrr, Dre?>?e,l Moi??, Beans, Pea?. Veals, Lani'a, tattle, etc. I' O Box .59, Richmond, Va. \ I I i:i"\ ? . I \N| \|;\ 1? ROOTS Al ?.?ORITY QUESTIONBO D?fer?ae I- -on log WtrifviM N ' J?i?!i,-' pliU?' I ' erais ? r wit ' In ? ?? it lt was ' ?'. by liiff?*?? par? ed at ? The ab??'. of th? t If ' ? :'. the \? ,-ut ? ? OFFERS PHILADELPHIA $ t .5O0.-CHX) Carnegie Would C-e-t Ml Building? to Extend Library System. ' Phil ? ? in i> 1 r Mm ? mil at * Inc iiil??l In Mr Phll ? irday, .?? off.-r W? : brid- r?' at Mr. ? ' It i? t . MINER DIED OF JOY Struck a Ledge of Go'd of Grejt Rich r.ess and Dropped Dead. . Thin? ? ar whit h ? ?r 17 ? great ? Dates ? 11 to rountl in n tit A f?-w mo; ' \n ?'xa.'.lnalion : that a Moo u the braii rupttrr Th? Id tO I?" IS feet witle, and cr??.-?t chunks of tree goU can be ases in tb?? white quart? of which the ledge is compos made ?ho? that tbe or?; runs a? high as |500 p.-r ton. Big Coal Con-ipanle? Combine. BaJUtmore, Md Jaa 1?TBrss ??f the biggest BOB] r?mpanle- in tli?? Cnited StnK's yesterday formed an alliance, which for all practical purpose? will be a combination. The companion In? volve ' '.?Tillilation ?Coal Company of Maryland' th? F??ir mount C??n! Company, of West Vir ginia. ami | t Coal Company, of Pennsylvania. The romhin??d capi? tal stock of the companies la $:n 7.".". 000. The output ?t th. rompaslaa is OBS a year. Entire Farrily Asphyxiated. m Chicago, dan. 7. ? An oniir?' family was wlp.'d out by asphyxiation M, n day night, and the bodies w.-r?? dlseov ered at noon yesterday. The victims aie; Albert Fink-lstein. Ktta Fink--! stein. hi9 wife; ,Foss?> Fiiikelvtoln, aged 7 years, a .-rrandson, and Annie Finkel steln. an IS-yssroU <!a?ighter. The tip of a g.a. j,?t ?was fount! lying on the floor and the gits was tun: Only American In Austrian Army Dead Vienna, Jan. 7. -- .'?.ijor Hora... Glonthworth -, the only Ameri.an serving in the Aottrtaa nniiv. ili.d Monday. Major Dovanurie was at OB ?! in the j\merl tcan diplomar!? aerviea at Rome and Vienna. In IMC It enter?*?! th.? Aus? trian armr- I of cavalry. The honorary rank of major was con' npon him by the emperor in : Woman Fatally Burned. Pittsburg. Pa., .hin. 7.- Mrs. Wylie. ?tie widow of Stephen C. Foster, the famous writer ol old melo.ii??.?. inclut lng "Old Folks at Home." was prob ?bly fatally burned yesterday. While iitting in front of an open fireplace Ibe flames communicate! to bar ? 1 ?th? ug, and before they were extin? guished she waaterrlbly burned, ?'ut this oat aad Baas H ta at M. Lew i?'s drug store and get a free aampl** of Chamlierlain's Stomach nnd Ll?-er Tab let?, the host physic Thev a!ao saw ?li??irdors of tliesttimnch. l?illiou?ne??amI honilache. 0?aC? raraitblBgs at Qoldstallb? Thanking you for your patronage aw* wish you a Happy New Year. Richardson's Almanac for 1903 IS READY. Wholesale and Retail at ADAMS'BOOK-STORE Have You Seen Oui' Fall Display OK ^ v\ SHOES Fur every member of th?- ban? -? ? - ? v? r ?Ihwii tyle ??ii' .i i,- m in st?n k 1 QDtil V'HI ;?. (?suit th? It ' at - wlmt big ?'.tit-. Brown & Crismond. JO A PITCHES K..r k rt-fulli repared aa?l ol aaiforaagra ? Coal lar 4 a pa n?- Blac h Varpi^??, r.?'. I roa VVi.rk on th.- iiiiiikc? ?. ?. laclada .1 I I nrpct Lin i ?n.I n yafii Him Fella, Mit eral W. ?>!. A-?).r?to? ??hur. I.lqn- ;u]?eri??r Carl.?? rtlaad aed Saturai Ceaaeete. E. 15. WARREN & CO.. "? N V.' V. ASHINGTON ri??n>-, Was! .-,; 1). ?Prompt Attention ) ^BURG~MILL?l.l? CO.." PREDBRK VA. Il Succsssful Baking ?-.-ilci I linn Whether v.ni mike iir. id, cal rat} kind ol p?strv v .i will timtlhis Klour :?- and i lia ?le *tan?l-l>y. Trv it . a .mi i?liiei Fr^dericksburg Milling Co., Krr?Irti?-k?bur*-. V?. The Bridgewater Mills ordere for tli-ir aaeqaaalled lirni-..'.- nf Tr?T.r)"n"R. which .surpass am heretofore made. Fieklen's Superlative Patent, Bridgeuuater Family (Silver Medal), Belmont Family, Belmont Best Extra, Something N?uj. : Choice Oraaalatad Pateat i-'.?ur.!v* Heel, Pure Oat an?l Corn Keed. FBBOS GROUND ON TOI.I. All we a.ik is a trial to convince. HlgheetOtak Price peld for Wln-at hihI C.irn. J. B. F1CKLEN, Manager. HOPKINS FURNITURE CO. HOME CUTEITTERS. Furniture, Carpets, Matting, Ft<.ve?; Trunks, R?frig?r?t i?rs, Baby Oairriagea and Hoaee-Forniahing G?.?o<l?*. CASH or CRCD1T 7 ana 9 W. Broad St., RICHMOND Vfi Coons Sold in Fbbdbbic ksiuki; on EASY TERMS. WHEAT and CORN WANTED. Highest Cash Price. KKKDKR?t'KSBl'l?O. YA. * ''1 \'\. .V UM'? . w-?? ar? Hhowini? this Spring. There'e so mu [Hll Jjfiiilm?r? '?''uitvand irraeein the**? ??rpation?. The/are an ? UN M MM? aa? mitilNVIJf H,.,,H?I",,1i,|PHn,* ?.???1,10 rombiiiatioua ol airy Ri 'riicr.-'a so much urh Hib hone and I.iu-ch. anrl the We?lel othet ol all our flnie?ied work i? pleasing tt> aro -iv?. Milliii.TH. mul All r?:ir time, i-xi-rieii?* an?l effort?? are concentrated to the ltd ni makinif our product* the r-MMt attractive, and pri?-?t* cheaper tlian you ean *?!? iir?- elw wh.-r?. Call and _?-<? 11?. V e ?vant jour order. MPK O. * SMITH ACO Telephone ?535 BLATTER BROS-, Commission .Merchants. Butter Fkxs miu* f?"'try- "9 w'"t P**tt St., Haltitrore, Md. Correspondence end ConeieaaaeatB t-V-licited. Reference**?Notional Howard Bank and Comuier eial Aee-nrie?_ GARDEN SEEDS FARM ?ptive Catalogue mailed free. F. W. BOLGIANO <? CO.. 935 B St. X. W., Washington, D C.