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Vol 19? No 13 ^eqericksbu^g? Va.? Thursday, February 26 1903 -Eight Pages. Price, 3 Cents -WH SELL GRAIN. H AYand MILL-FEED Eatalilished 1 M-* G. A. HAX &. CO., i !?"? Won BAL rialORE, MI? G. A. ZIBCKEL&CO rower?' nie ! ." --N..X 'i m \ .Shield" m 1 < ' A --: ? ';, e ir < .love Boston and iVoonsocket, r> ; ? ' r Bool fo'i- i i Ku iber? it ill : . by H' SSS Baltimore M.l II. S. S iii:i:\i i h M I! S. il!.i.Ml KHOHN Est a ? [Hii'2 tw,. S. ?Schermerhorn <Sc Son, .Rbci it GRAIN. HAYl MILL FEEDS BEST Y! LIM? IN IRRELS ....127 CHEAPSIDE, BALTIMORE by l'ir::.i- ! nits' National Blank, M il: ti?,- ?re, M ti I Dun's Coam . IT. FR?HK c5c SOUS, '" pLjf-N-r.-sr-tOatvr.-B? Woolen end Cotion Rags. Iron I ? . *?!'' Boston Baking Company Washington, D. C -MAK!. IHK B~ST BREAO IN TOWN \ii l '!?"v ?hip to en-!., ti.-r- srho kn?i rit hundreds ?if miles [rum in. THE lliitSTON VAH ORE, Cbminerre St., is tin l-'ro l-'i!. ksLurir tiifiit for t!i;- i-elehi bj expr?s* l.-ulv. -u i lots ! cshuiy ptHiple imy no .it .-r bread, mid ne vi .Tit. mu 'i >r -i ,'ii?l i otior Metal Ekds== the Three-piece Kind. inliness, Btreogth and con? venience are tli?- chief character? istics o? the Three-piece Metal Beds. The simples, bods thai are built?the only parta being the head, the foot and the spring. (No separate sitie rails \ Tiic' only practical throe-piece beds that have been produced. ??., In tin-so Beds one overcomei the features of Bhakiness and instability of many metal bods. They're firm and stanch even the lighter ones. As to price ?they're not high dust add the eostj of the springs to the old five-piece beds but thon yon have to buy the springs in any case. E. C. NINDE Fredeiicksburg, Virginia FURNITURE. HA.TTINQS, CARPET. ROLLING. ?Another car load of the Famous "Gold Medal" Family Flour to arrive in a few days, and all orders booked now for one or more barrels to be delivered from this car will receive an advantage worthy your atten? tion- We save double hauling and storage and shall take pleasure giving you the benefit of this saving. Ask for prices quickly and let U3 book your order for your requirements. W. L. BRANNAN. ORANGE COURT. Th? Good Ronds Meeting Loe ni Op? tion Court Proceeding?, Etc. Mimiliiv was th?- February term ?.f Orange eonrt aad the inn-inc-s Baso who m it'iiilf i from bees ?rete aleaptv. J. VT. MiiH't-rs. A. W Kinbn-t-, Tilomas llnrn- i phrase, 1. A. I'm II. ii?-??1\ Kinit. .1 Klt.ui Urieh, Il I. B?seos and ?lit* resnressata-1 tire >.f this pa' er. Mr. LseJ. lira tew. from S|'??trtt Ivaaia, went with tin- party frurn Uroek Bond OOOD BO tlis MEETING. I'lif al??'?i blag queetloa ol the ilay win? smod rondo \ Baeetiiig <?f repreeenta ?it. ?dtiseue was li''?l la the coart-hooee, and ??n tnotios ?>i Hon. C. C TsJialarrn, Hiale M'n.ii'ir (too. B. Phaehelford w?s ! ? li ilrmna and it N Robins ?n ary. rjlpseehss ?rere atada l?v Dr. ?\ . .1. I rilti'iil? n ?till ll.in C. C Talla erro ?ad ?/?nratleg Imm?diats elepe being lo makiS| good reads on tin* [irin ? i pnl hij.'liwHV.' t.? Hi?- 11? mm I art lineof.tln* adjoiaingiBonntiea Senator 8bnrkeBord then rneated the rhair aad ottered the follow inn reaolutiun, whleb wa- adopted: It solved,thai a committee of Bve,ooe !r?>iii ciiili ilistrii t hii?1 ?ne at lnrce. Ix* ippoiated by Iheehnlr, whoee ?iuty it be to ?coaler with tli" B*aatoe ami il>'lr..n l ?riiiii;.* county mil iir.* i?nr.* a suitable liiil lor ?nhnilsnioa to the I. ictalature controlling tin- system fir :T'?t illl.lll The Committee appointed were H. T I ilolladay, lladieoa; c. c Tanafcrro, ; ray I or; E. F.fJoisaa, Barhour; (3. hi.Har? iri?, Qordoa; W 0. Crenahaw, -lr., at large. Agenllamsi whole rerymneh inter ? ?si.'.i in the iii'ivi-inciit sold a reliable u-t'.r iiifiiriiu d Lim that he wili ?iztr-Sre mil?? <?f macadamlz d road, with a depth ?ol tooinewsa <?fr?n-k r - ?. sixty aretacne?sandotnars ? ?m* th?>usaad dollars p?'r mile. That hi* i lea esa c? eel authority f??r the eoant) ...Is fur fl(JO,000, BpOnnJ the f) lor baiklias: the r.???il an?l the other s-:t."?.(ii>(iii-one i f.?r l?uil?lin?; bridge? etc, lie t-s'iniiit? .1 thai sixty live mil?? ' build all the mam arterimto tie ulj ilaiag line? nf tin* riiiiiiti(*n. beside? several auxiliar? roads, th.* r??a?lr< to run as follows: (?rannet 11 to8pottrr1 I Hue, Is mile?*: Orange C. II ti? Hillum's Mill. Ilndlsoa lin?*, 8 miles: Drange C H. toAlbemnrlellne, 18 wile?; i iiniii? tile to Looiea line, 1 - Blilee; I'uion ?ill?- to Raccoon l'uril. Uelpepsrlin?-. B Tinder'? to Bptrrtnylvnnin line. ;'. Ni'tv Hops to Locan?) QrOVO, .'1 i's t?? Rapidan, ."> saTiss There in a Htrmii; i- iituni nt all through the county In favor ad good ron?lr>. sol Hi re is a great diversity of opinion ah to that beat way of obtaining them ami there la aleo ?seca oppoalttoato Biselas ? ?nda fur ?in? purpose. Tue sdvoeatre of id?' m??? ?'ment are progressiv? citizen? and lari;?- real estas* owner? ami are ?iiiieh la earnest. The outcome is watched ?villi inter? st l.lH'll. ?IT I'lON. A pel ili.in is lieinir circul?t?*?! in the county praying for a local ?ipti.ni el?*?'iiiin. It is necessary to olitaiii 170 ?i.'iuituren to the petition, which is one fourth of tlR'numberca*t at tlielai-t i-Iectiun. before Judge Morton ?an net M it About 1U<> have been ob? tained. The prevailing npini.ni is that :ill the districts ?ill go "dry," except Uadieoa la wlii?-h Orange and Oordous ville are ?situated. ? m n l'i.'i? sisrssa. Set ileiucnt of J. .1. llalsey, committee account. I.?-.- 1'iinnill vs Commonwealth, $10-j JoSn B. Sale. executor for Catharine Davis, gnrs bond for B10.000. W. Newton llaxall, bond ae notary publie. B 0. HbuwIT, Chas. S. Waugh ?ml A. 8 M'tllory appolated viewers ol Robin sou Konl on Robinson Kiver. Will Of Dr C OL Conway admitted to probate I'M win Couwav.execntor. Rond for ?990.000. LOT OV wiilTlM.s A'lmitU'd to record in the Clerk's ofHce of the County court of Orange since the I January term, 1008: i Judith F Hill, etc , to Jane Raker, deed for land. B S Kaufman, etc , to N. G. Ross, ] deed for land. i O. 1*. Richards to Sarah Reasley, deed for land. Qsoran B. Shaclcelford, special commis? sioner, to J. K Franck, deed for land. Harriet Jane Cadmus to Addison L. fate, ?bed ior land. (buries M. (raven to J. S Tinder, deed for land .1.?. Tinder to Cha?. Barth, deed for land. Charle? Barth to Chas. M. Craven, deed for land. ,1. S. Tinder to same, deed of trust. L. K. Qnann to Richard Sutherland, Iced id trilnt ( harien T Mills to Julia fl Neal. deed if trust. Ida 1-ee llensliaw, etc , to F. J. Hen ?liitvv, deed for land. F. .1. Ilenshaw to W. 0. Buekner, died of truet. M. I) Cowherd. Sr., to M I) Cowherd, Jr., ?leed lor land. Thomas Stublefleld to F \V. l^gg, ,l,?-d ot trust. John F Km? to Albert Rorruse. etc., , deed for laud. Albert Bnriaai to Major White, deed ; for land. C. It. Washington, etc., toO. 11. (?nines, leeil for liitni. R T. Hicks, et.-., to Kdtvard L Fate?, lee?! for land. I.ula \\". Spotswood to Thomas W. Horn!, deed of tiin-t John Jackson to Mary Smith, deed for i land. Mra. M F 1'arish to Turner Kawlint/s. IBS 1 for land F. Cornelia Christ'an. etc , to Fidelitv ?Savins; and Trust Company, deed ol trust. | David May to David Coleman, deed foi '. land. David P Coleman to David May, dee. . of trust .1 (i. Walker an il' kO. Railway-Com? pany, ngrcement. Oeiisbaw s heirs andOrsnshaw'sszseu t.ir?. ?am Basset. I a ah F. Fin-h t. G- :eer Manufacturing Company, tared of trust. John ? lUioiles to Thomas S. S<-ott. d?-e?l lor land. Thomas X Sott to .James (?ixnlwin died of trust. 11 T. llolladny aadOeorgsQ Peyton, ?are ini-nt ( o in ions ville Met hod ist imrsoniige trus tecs, to lioarJ of l h'ircli Kctein-i MB, <ic?-?l of trust I.e.* is llolladny nad Nannie \V. Long, ftrhssBS T. J Hovel to l>. F Ham.?l?-e<1nf tm.t. Carter Gofincy to Amen, an l.uiik ii , ?led of trust. DEA Fl^ljTiT? I^PLAU D E D. A Shenandoah Negro Seemed To Favor Bryan Andrew A. Upscoml?. of Alexandria county, who has toll sot.f In- Irisada tli.?t lie t? ill eut. r the ari'tia ngainet ('-m aresasann Bizsjr, ol tin- ?Sights district, BpSnsBBSJ of SSpsrisnCSS be bas bod ?m thi? st u in p. told the fol low i ni" story: "It wu iluriiui the Bryan rnmpaign in 1808 1 was elu'tor for the Fmhth district, but I was asked ts goto Woodstock, in tbe .Seventh district, and di-liccr a BBSSefa there. 1 did so After th?- apseeh si as . .in over we went t"tli>- lii.lcl at..-. vv, r>- discussing ill'- BBSStisg. In ii?i.sniar. Hay was pteasal 1 sai?! that I believtil thsBSaTOSS were going I with ns, that 1 bad n-.ti.-ei one <-i thaw applauding every iiti.raiici' 1 Binds Some OSS nsksd me where be Hit and ! replied that he sat over bshladtsestoes <)i'. said one of them, 'that was A u. (net Fn'ely. Ilehas leen deaf .-uni dumb from l infancy." Cos?, ssinnn liny WSS pCS* aal echen Mr l.ip-coiiib told tin- ?ton and continued it. Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh. Medicine Sent Free. These two ?liscaws are the result of ai awful poisoned condition ?if the blood If you haveachintr joints and dark, bom paies, should-r blades, crippled hands. bbbb "r Inet, anollss muscles, ?hilling sharp Mllsn peles, and that tfr?'?i. ili? co'.iraired helinir of rln mutt ism, or tin hawking, spitting, blurred r.iesight ?ieafness, sick rtuBBBrh. hea.lncli?'. mu esona throat discharges, aotasj ia the litad, deenjisa teeth, bad lnvaih, belch iiiy: ira? of catarrh, take Boteafc Mlood Malm (It. It. It). It kills th?' p..?son ii. the blood which causes these nvfsl Htinploms. giving a pure, h.-ullliv blood supply to the joints and iniii-iioim in?MB brnnSS, and makes a parted cure ?if tin worst rheumatism or foulest catarrh funs where ail else fails. Illooil llalu, (i< h it) is composed of pure Botanic ingredients, good for weak kidm-vs. Im? proves the digestion, ctiri's dyspepsia. A perfect tonic for old folks by giving them new. rich, pure blood Thorouglili tested f?ir thirty years Druggists si per large bottle, with completed Ireetioa? tor home cure. Sample free and ir? p.i: by wining Blood Balm Co . Atlanta. Os Describe trouble and special free medien' ndvi.-e sent in sealed letter For sale by K. N. Go'jlrick. Entertainment In King George. Alden, Va., February L'.'trd. 190S. Tbe young |>eople of this neighborhood wi re splendidly entertained by Mr. ann Mrs J. B. Price on Friday night, Feb. 1.1, the occasion being the introduction?.I their daughter Miss liettie Prias, and nei.-e, -Mi-s Ann Coakley. to society. The j house was beautifully dkcoratsa with ; evergreens. A platform extending acris? tbe ball ami screened by hot-house plants i was occupied by the Coakley Orihesira. i the finest in the Northern Neck, which I dispensed sweet music f?tr the occasion. ' The program wa? highly enjoyed. The i debutantes are blondes of a pronounce?! I type and will be a great addition to tbe i society of King George Those present ; from a distance were: Miss Mary Piper 1'otts. of Haw Hill. Mr. Aubrey Newt.ill. of Norfolk, and Mr. Irvin Coakley, ol j Locust Dale Academy. Maude. A Mother's Recommendation I have need Chamberlain's Cough Item- , edy for a number of years and have BO hesitancy in saying that it is the bes? remedy for cough?, colds and croups I have ever used in my family. I have not words to expresa my confidence in this remedy.? Mrs. J. A. Moore, North Star. Mich ForsalebyM. M. I>*wis, Druggist Th? Democratio Nomination For Governor. Mr. Harry 8t George Tucker tales time by the forelock and announces hi? canili dacy for the Governorship, contingent upon the failure of his friend Mnj ?r An demon to be a candidate. Mr. Tucker will probably find it more important t?> reckon with a little man up in Ptttajl vania whoneiiameisSwanson.and whose manly acceptant* of defeat at the Norfolk convention won lor him the resp.cf and . enthusiasm of that large body of Demo ', crata. Could theeneuing nomination have ' been made at that time and by that body it wonld bave been his by an almost ? uiiHi.iuiouH vote.?Petersburg Index-Ai? peal. The ?cratch of a pin may cause the loss of a limb oreven death when blnud pi,ir? oning result? from the injury. All danger of this may be avoided, however, by promptly applying Chaiiberlniii'a 1'ain Halm It is an antiseptic and ?jnick h?*al ing liniment for cutsabruises and burns Kor ?ale by M. M. Lewis. Druggist Pointed Paragraphe. Some men pay small debts for the pur , pone of contracting large ones. | Having ajrood time is the most ?tr?-n | uons undertaking a man can attriupt Don't think i ?-cause a woman is fair that she isn't capable of being unfair at times. Let yonr boy kn?>w that you think be will never amount to anything and he will not disappoint you. CULPIIPER. Tho Ro-ds ?nd Their Management? Feed for Stock Scarce The Knit? ting Mill Fails to Materialize Tho Campbell Case. ; r. \ s . Feh ?13, 190a The roii.la ar- in ? ?-. ?i; ,. ,, ct ? II n gli un pa ?si.ble \\ ?? are hop" ?animer t bis and < ? at they wUlgetgood wit boat vti.rk There Isn peni denl said ai iboal bad : gesling wa.K if inijir - .>. .iig tie ill Our - in- in S W'.rre c.i. lili.n than! .? r ? ? t ll riinry some 10 J II?' way our rond i-i.in'ui-si.in? r?and roa I OS are appointed is enoag-b to ilisg.i-t a boeineaa man. 1 I ?riy all ap polated vvnh :i.? i t .-e tln-y Baa bring to oar p'irtv or fit om of party ni h n:t regard to ? nboul roads. 'I :? - v linda mu.i hol-, th.y drop a load ?al roch la it ami make two mu l luile-, i a.- on either aide They don't Know bow to drain il i ? the li st ndvat ? i? ens m ri i.i osr eossty ? ho l.t otc s how to work roa.!, proper!. and he onghl to be made ?mperiatead nl uf all osr ronds il mit laws ?null as thoriSI it, ani li I - v m eoiil l BM li.-ii1 lit Iron them. I r. fer to Mr It F By water?, ?I J Bersos District ir the psopii ? f ' Irai g bt it lot i.l BuleS nul other things tad i it.mi led beeplns t n -:.i ? si ployed ob the psblic btgbways. Ib-y did prettj ?ced until ? inter s"t n ; I be] hired them oel to p it- their board, haul io? i i. - and lunab - an i tearing s] roads already t\ at l in- thermometer tos -he 1 four d g .11 Tnurs.l.'iv. the eoM'-t weather ?v liave bad sisee Frbroary. 18911 I i ?? I for stock : i.nd if this went her emit un. ? long, stock must : Baissa tbsjr ar.- le los bay broa W'e-t. air' man.? ' :i t 'mv it, i? it is bow s-liit.g b\ retell at tT<i or -IS |,. . S ib ka ago a fellow from New \ork,.J 0 li trrington. cunt- lere tad propiossd tost.irt a knitting mid sith a capital ul 92?.O0O doUars, if our people WOUM siili.-cnbe -S?.I M> I to it. II all. d a meeting <>' citi2i"is and ih?-y will i an otcr ? neb olh.rti attend, and m less tune baa it t ik?s iu<- to tell i i eta? sabscribed. 1 h-y eJreted dr. Harrington, prt-stdeet; G I. ('line -e 'u?ary : .1. .1 Roberts, ttssaerer, and b 'man? ol dire?- ors. Ths presiden! order ? I the machinery (s ? bonss to put it in.) sad the sex t tb log In-wa* trying tu tu i cheek ranh?rt al our basks; bnriasj fail? li at that he I? Il With his hoard bul un i ):ir people are easily h urn bugged There is some leedog bara la thsJedae I'liinpb. II i ,-i~e JtKlge i .-un. b ?1 mar ried n Oslpeper lad j and ?1?? baa a asm' iier of reiadv s sera I am Bstia?ed da1 I'lairniaii Soiithall ami his coinmilti-c ?tin whitewash It. li be wa-. only ? B ? (iiit.li.-a.il the whols thing Would Is- uifler aat 1 hac i-r. ;.d l h< pr. cii dings and am atisaed 0" Amberst people ran nal -wear any people in tie Stile They tinst hate MSB tiorn swearing. Five or six of them w II swear p> sitinly that they beard esrtala things ami aaothst lot will awenr it is sol s ?, und then sanare aaotnarasl and they awenr tb? Seal wees right. They must think thtSN is BO lu-re aft-r. Felix. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, h mercury ceil sure'y iie-i r..v ttes.n.e ot ?nn-li and ..oit??. et. \ derange tb* whole ara t. in ?lieu merit,K it tli roil, h lim mucous -ilMice? Mn-li ?i-ilcle? sli.eilil necer I. e i'e|il on DIM Kl IpUOBI from repu t l.ble |,li v.i .inns, a? tie- liai, .iti e li ..-y ?ill .I?, la tea fold t i the loudyoa ?un possibly iicriv- froat lli.'ill. Hall's l ?turril ('ule. m .liiih.it iire.l by I'. .1. ? !.e:nv A Co T.l.ilo. II , contain-. , o inert lo,v. ami is taken ii.ten. ci y. actia Ij apon the blood and mu.ou? surfines j nt the scut,in. in baying Hall ? Catarrh Cart 1 l>e sure J oil if.-' tlie geimllle. It is I-tkeu In ,-. ami mail- 1 rolado ?M,io. by K. J. 11,,-iie. I ..mi .Is free. ; - iii.e 75e. per buttle. Hull's Family rills are tin- best. Veteran Soldiers Now Vetaran Politicians Tliii ty-i'ii-lit years after the civil war there are fourteen men in the I sltsd Slates Senate who served in the C(>n fiil.-r.tte Army ami thirteen who served in the I'eil? ral Army iluring that great struggle. Than ?re two ?illi'T? who rook an active [?art in the citil war. Senator Allison, of lov.a, who wan an aid ?in the governor s staff and assisted ' in tbe organiz iti??n ofthslowa troops, and Senator Vest, who rt pre?en ted Missouri in the Confederate senate. The, Senators who si rvi-il in tin* I'nion army | a'?-: IIiiaIi y. Ciiiin.ctii'Ut; Iturrm* sal .i Alger, Michigan, .V-l-on. Minnesota; l-i.r aker ami I launa, i'iii??; Q in' , IVtinsyl vunia. Proctor, Vu moat; fTIHns aud ? Seilt, West \ irgniia; Spooner and (?uarlis. \\ i-1'oiisiii. and Warren. Wyom? ing Those who ssrved in the c?nf?d SraU army are: Morgan and lvttns. Alabama: .lines and Rerry. Arkansas: Mallory and Taltonrrro, I'l'.ri.'ii; Baeoa, Qeofgla; ll-vrris. Kansas; Riackbuni, Kentucky: McBaery, Losieiaae; M"ney and Mel-aunn. Mississippi; Cockrell Miav ourl; Hat*', Tennessee ami Dasia!, Vir? ginia. While a iiiimbir of men in the last list are well advanced in years, yet there is rjaim s l -r^?' aembor el seen reara tively young men tvno entered th?* army when b ys of lilt.'en to ?i;.'li!i eu In the ca?e ol Union officer? w h?? are now Sena? tors, must of them were ipiite young tvben they entert??! the SSTVtea If all the BBSS in the BanMSB ?ho were soldiers on one side or the other during the ci? il war were gnthered in a Mom, it ?null lie notii-?*?! that with law eseoptfoas only a ew could Ix-called old iii-n. w li ?le several Senator? would he ii. a eleea of pompara lively young men. fine Senator. IVtlus of Al.bma. serve?! in b?ith the Mexican ami Citil wars ?Washington Post. ? i?t a fre?* sain pi?? of Chamberlain's Stomach ami Liter Tablets at M. hi Lewi?' drug store. Th.-y are eaafsr to take and ni.?re pleasant iueffect than pill?. Then their BBS is not followt>d by consti? pation a? is oft? n the cane with pille. Regular eixe, 8Bs. fs-r ben KING ?E?KQE. Note?, Personals, Eto. King G urge C. II., Feb. 88, I'.HV.i. Mr. Luther K. Miilletou. of Washing? ton, is visiting his relative? in King ? ; irs*e Mr Thomas L. Hunter, left by steam? r ? >ti the ?Kind for Washington, wh?re he has see need a good bu-in?s? position. Mr lloran' 11 -IIin. who has been visir isg friends in Washington for tbe post i ? .. wfofca, has ret n r ne 1. Miss Cate Smith, of Knuqnier county, ij visiting hercousin, Miss Dora Ilooe.at Cniilenlile. II??'Misses Toy loe, of Chatterton, am \i-iting Dr ami Mrs. Southern, in Wash iagtoa. Mr Qeo, R Bfahereoa, representing t be liirire business h.?u-ie of B?ker ?!fc Wal 1 tie in 1'rislericksliurg. was recently in nr village, o a his tuur through the Northern Neck. Tin* late <?<>!.I snap has given tbone persons who hud not heretofore tilled i In r?' ii*e houses an opportunity to do so. which has b-*en taken advantage of. M??st ?<f the persons have gotten i<re be twem three and four inches in thicknees. Crowding Tillman Out. Senat i ?r Tillman had a few burning em I its whi?'h he had been ready to ? liariil out l??r s ???? ral ?lays, but the Sen ate w'nuld gite lu m mi opportunity. Nul iiiiniy dat s ago the South faro j liniau ssesmd to have a clear track ihsad. Into the Senate chamber he had nroiight several big Lotiinl volumes ol net? spaj.ers As t hey wen- piled around -:. ths S, nator sat cxp ct.int, wait ii g that very morning to jump in and I?, irily the country tvitli his views about the lmliai...la post-otfice an l atout Seiiator Spoouer'a speech ?h? PS ?in. Rut that very day he was crowded .?ut, and the next day the same thing happened to him. although he had given s|i?'-ilic notice that he was ready to take i he ll.ior. Hy Thursday it appeared that the Sena t??r would have plain sailing till the Re? publican steering committee the previous ? ?t? ning mrtppeil out a programmeon the !'Minina '.-anal treaty Then the Senat?' pr.ici'cdeil into executive session, and ev. r 'inn i he South Carolinian has been ?bstsred by the surroundings of secrecy Mianwliile. the dat sol the session aie w lining and there arose a doubt whether the Senate will Is* able to bear Mr. Till? man at all before the curtain is rung ilnvn i?n March I. .Monday he stood for nearly half an boar, waiting for ?Senators to pr private litisiiicssand aiueiidmentn. Mean ?i hile, Mr. Mason, in charge of the post "llii-i' bill, ha?! asked that it go ov-r. That left Mr. Tillman high and dry. w ith no iiirnMiire to speak to. "?Mint is coming up," asked Mr. Till? man, ?It.lcfully, "if the poat-otlice bill ban goao over'.' ' " I In-.hair understands," ret?trte?l Mr. I'rye. "that th-* gentleman fr?un South Car?.Hint is coming up on hi* f?*et." at whisk bit of buuior there was much l.ilighter in the Senate. I.'?1er ?in he niade a speech of two hours, but there was nothing startling or spe? cially sensational in it. (Communicated.) TO A HERO. lu Hollywood (eroetery, Richmond, , \'a . there is a tomb stone which was .erected many years ago, by his lellow workers, to a brave young eneineer who was killed in a railroad collision, lie l tried to save his train, dt iiig at his poet i ?f duty. On the base of the tomb-stone ; is sol an engine, with name of road and Bombar. Tne following striking lin??s, - ril??*d ou it, have male it quite '. famous : i Fntil tbe brakes are put on Time, ; File's throttle valve shut down, ; He waits to pilot in the crew That wears tbe martyr's crown On s-liedule time, and upper grade Along tbe II-acen ward section, He Isatis lit-* train in God's round-house The m?irn of Resurrection. His time all full, no wages docked, His name on God's pay-roll, And transportation through to Heaven, A free pass for hi? soul. I think there are a great many railroad men who will thoroughly appreciate tiie-e beautiful due?. L. Widewttter, \ a , Feb. ?3, 1903. Tendency of ths Times. The tendency of medical science is to? ward preventive measures. Tbe beet thought of tbe world is being giren to the subject. Itiseasierand better to prevent It linn to cure. It ha? been fullv demon? strated that pneumonia, one of the most dangerous diseases that medical men 1 have to contend with, ran be prevented j by the use ?if Chamberlain's Cough Reme ?ly. Pneumonia always results from a rold or from an attack ofimiuenia (grip), and it has been observed tbatthis remi-.ty counteract? any tendency of these dis ? toward pneumonia. 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