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VOL 19, No 21 Fredekicksbufg. Va., Tuesday, March 17, 1903. Eight Pages Price, 3 Cfnt? -IVH ?i 1.1, GRAIN.HAYandMILL-FEED G. A. HAX &, CO., K*?tabhshed IM8QI il.". North .-'t BAI TIMORE, MD. G A. ZiROKEL&CO ', . lits 1 Ol I 'i'c.1 i'!o h'.-i H B ." 1?. "l'tsh," ? Nox T.m A"i."".-hiel(?" \ -?iliil." M-i.'i.i bea. Jobbers oi Goodyaar Glovc He. Atste and Rhode Island Rulilit-r Hoi.' ' i'ratt St, opposite htaltby House, ? -i ire Md - -?. "I i-\t i i i? ? ?it-. M II PWttKRMKRRORM mi is.ni i. is l**(i;*2. C S Schermerhorn <& Son. RrrtPfBBB, DEALERS... GRAIN. HA Yl MILL FEEDS BtST VIRGINIA LUMP LIMC IN NEW BARRELS ....127 CH?APSID?:. rUl.TIMORE - ? I'.irn..'?-' ?? n?l Merchant*1 National Bank, imore, Md ' nlatreoU t Don's Comraetvial ' i . iRRESPONIiKNt E SOLICITED, NT fhaitk"~?~\3??TS, "?T.* :3iVI?E Woolen end Cotton F?e?js, Iroa '?' - -.loa Malllhia St.. Baltimore. Md Boston Baking Company Washington, D. C m \kk mi*: BEST READ IN TOWN \:;.l iliev shi|i ti i i iiatotnen* who know i if Its iti-rii hundrede ni milos fr.mi Washington. THE BlkSTON VARIETY STORR. < "??intti.r. ?? 8%., is tha Fre<lerii*ksburj< agent f'?r tlii? colebratad brand; the* fret it b? expreen h*i ah dailj, and lot? ol l'i-e.|eriik?li'ii-ir pemil?- Imv rm ntlier brea I. ml ne \v int v? ?n fi.r it eii-tniiier CUT GLASS ! One Hundred Pieces OR RICH CUT GLASS, Samples of New Callings and Shapes, Consigued to us direct from the factory, to be sold at l"i,lje<iT<l~of how' prices See our window display. Display of New Spring Mattings TODAY. C. NINDE ??-????^*M---*-?~????-M^-??-.^-?^-?----i?????l.?-li*^***^^.*^# Foods for Lent? Genuine Ood With per pound.10c Khreddcd CrtSd Pisli per box .LOc Fat White Maokerel each.12c 8m ,kcil Bloaters, per dozen . .. . . ,30c Scotch Herring, per box.25c Selected 1. oelocs Break ft t Bmoc, p-rib . ,18c "D.ilii.-i" \\ cxtphalia Hums, por lb. ..]'<? Pineal Canned r-almoa 15c aad 20?;- in can. Finest Cannai Lobsters 20and 36o.? in ram Kippered Herring 20c,, in can. Finest Impirtr-il French Sardin t, in ran, I _' lc F i neat (irados Jollies, Jam and I'refu-rves. Fancy Creamery Butter, por lb. 30c. All good? leaving our stor? guaxtau'eed to I?e (?ral ouality ami yoiir iii-in-y back in every t;is* vclu-re onstntnor is .liss?t W. L. BRANNAN. rwl INCMESTER ? "NEW RIVAL" ' - J| FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Give these shells a thorough trial, and you will find them to be as nearly perfect as experience, ingenuity, brains and equipment can make them. They are made with the Winchester patent corrugated head, which has made Winchester "Leader" and " Re,neater" Smokeless Powder Shells so popular and satisfactory. Winchester Factory-Loaded " New Rival " Shells are thoroughly waterproof, and are loaded by exact machinery with the standard brands of powder, shot and wadding which makes them uniform and reliable. Shoot Tbem and You'll Shoot Well ????????????????????????????????????????????????aaBBsaBaaTtaB n . GROOM IS93, HIS BRIDE 19 The Couple On Their Wedding Tour. lU*v. H A kinji, a survivor "I San Jacinto, uni hi? bride ar?* at \n?tin Tesaa un a vi?it Ha ?ma 09 yeara oM iin.l married nu February lu Mm. Kim; iaso*newkat yoenager than lier kashand, bu ? laa been boro in 1 "?** I : but sIm declares il ?sa raal k>?? aiatch aad tlnit ber youngheart wa? wo? by tin* pe rasas! re rlo<]neaee ol tli?* araarl old ni'kti They a/nal AiiHtiii t?i ??.??t th?* laarkt latnraaad saas apoa a bad nil pala t?as; ol a good old naaa (Jen "Sara IIuhm toa Mr kmi? aaid that G?orgie was tin* deareel airl in tac world ami becoolda'l Uve jrltkoul hi-r rkej Bren Married ai the ko??? of the father of the bride. .I T Loag, a farmer ol 1.?*?* county I in- brida ahl 1 Tkej nil think wean* ?nek a ?trang?? .-.Mi'ili1. bal I don't i-ari' what they think. I Live him ami In* wax hit likoBUB It doeaa't sake aas dlSsraaea it h?* l?- af?*w \?-ar? ni 1er I'lic Brat tiitii 1 nut Mr Kin-i was laut April, aad I wd! never forget it He was preaching in La? eoaaty. l a?rer lia?! been in lota, hot aa apon uw I laid eye? ..n him ami heard liis tioli.'c roiea I real ?ae? what it waa to lore "He fell in lasa with ana, too, ami after ckarcfa m wer?- introduced. .\lt?*r thai w? were together .i Kn-ui deal loreeveral moBtba, aad w?re married at niy hume near liililiti? " ' 1 was bom ia 1804,' unid Rs? Mr. KIbk, "aad e?Jab?*atad mv ninety-ninth birthday February it? Seergia ia my thir.l ?ill- Back time I marrii'ii I nan del .. yoiiii-i (zirl 1 ?apposa that I am Hi?* uiily miin lirias] teda? who foagkt at San Jacinto Donata Sam' Honatoa lin 1 a list ol llu'in ami I am the only on? alir? My fatk?r lived to Im' In*--yearn of ageandnija*rasdfatber 118. My mother died at the a-je of ?'.i I don't know bow loBff 1 ?-hall live, bot 1 expect to b? lure nomo time , ,t Rfotwithetaediag thai the Rev, Mr Kiafl i? nearly 100 year? of m?e. he moves aroaad aa?rellaaaaoat men at r*>. He hae been a ratideal of Qalvceton for a greet meay reara and o waa eoaaldfr abht property at tkal peana A Remarkable Case. t lue of th" aBOet remarkable ease? o? n cold, deep-arated oa the tnags, tanaiaw pneaaaonla, i? that ol lfm Der trod? E 1 ?"??nner. Marian, Ind.. who was entirely cured by the aaeol one Minnie Cosan Cure Slit-say? ?Tliefoughingaiiil wtrain lag so weakened me that 1 run down in neigh I from l im to *,rj posada, 1 tried a number ni remedie? to no avail until I used < lue Minute Oniijili Turc. Four bot? tles of thiH wonderful remedy cured me entirely ol thacoagk, atrenRlhened my limps and rest?tad nae to my normal ???????lit, health and strength*' D C Uowman. SENATOR HAN N A WARY. Objects to Photo WUh Whits House as Background A newspaper photographer at the White Hiiiise R-keu Senator ll-vnna when he walked out ol the building to perinit bis phot-rffmph to be taken, with the White lionw* executive i.ttii-es as a back? ground t)!i. none ol that for me,-' the "ataator said, an he prepared aa dodge. into the door of hi? carriage. "The last time the Gridiron boys got hull of me theypretended to x-ray my head, and presented a nhotograph of S. nator I launa with the White Iloune aa the central lit*.ire of his aspiration*?, etc. Oh,.do I don't want to give anybody any frei-h opportunity to ? apposa that I am in lore with the White HoBM as an adornment of my picture If you'll just go out to IViu Hjlvania avenue I will make no ob jeetion to the photograph." Things We Like Best Often Disagree With 0a Rscanss ws orsreat of tbsra. Indi? gestion follows. But thers's a way to escape tuoh oonsequ enees. A dose of a rood dlgeatant liks Kodol will rsllra you stones. Your stomach la ?Imply too weak to digest what you eat. That'? all Indigestion la. Kodol digests the food without the atomach'a aid. Thna the stomaob rests while lbs body 1?strength? ened by wholssome food. Dtstlng la nn necessary. Kodol digests any kind of good food. Strengthens and iortgomtea. Kodol Make* ',_.'' . Rich Red Blood. rtsssea-iaalykyaa r-sWn-r a po^Oaaraaa. sgdkiaaTi a?smlsa?ntassata*tea alan KISSED LAFAYETTE IN 1824. Eloped in 1830 and Died in 1903. Mr?i Mary Ann Fletcher, who died la .: .n recently, Bated aiaety-OBt ?. ?r- ??i?? kis?..,i by Lafajstts in ?;i la l s_' i Her lal ii r. Jaste? Morrow, moved trots Alexandria to ?p pinghtim frtrni." twelve mil,? from War rSBtOn l"ive i.'ii-s Inter ii l-'ii'. Miss Morrow, thes grosrh to wotsaabood MU -ii'le.l the \irizini.i I niiers BteaeetnentatCbavrlottesville where sh? in t Jesses llaatilton ol il ?im,1 "i i." u ill,im i-ounty The rOBIBaticgirl rtturti ad t i her h saw, and is a ssnrl Mats the eoustry aroead wasstartled hj I that tea and y oeeg Hamilton had ?tap* .-?! The) r KM l'ii I ir-'I'.-n-s nil the ? ii Iri'in ? arrentiii t,, OaOCgBtOWB, pur send In ilic girl's lather, who was bel ?m lin.ir iiehiini th. in rii.'v arrived in ti.k>r Paraos BsJch to sail? thets at the parlors of the old DuBj Botst, mi! when the irate hither arri? < 1 it Brseonlj tu stars of the daaarhter'a ?tarriage Jam's Ilitmilt m her baseband, \i ? I coasts ?,f Alexander Hamilton Difference Between House end Senste. la the House ol Rnpreseatatlres there sh,iiii.l be sn opportunity i?,r a htir aad ciinipiite d?bale oa every imp .riant BatBttril Hut the DC I'le '( the I nit?,I States are a costs cr?ai iai patient people and eanaot ?iew srith si realty sad cost posare what appears to be an obstru? ti, m ni pnlili ? luis,i,.-h i- Id- I rules arbitrary, despotic Bad revoistlOBSsTT, ?reredesatraed to stiSe the rotea "f the' minority and assert the petados?! that the m ij.iri! v ought t s.iSini: in it Hal Henry U Lodge ol Snssarhusetta wa a inculta r n( the II,mite whcs I he R : ; rules were sdoptsd, and lie Bras ",, pi?'?'??',) with them that whcB he WCBl over to ths b?state ht wanted tu ca?.? Mass with him \ ??? he at of a dtastreat opiiii'in. Mr i annul' of lli'iur*. ?hi i. still in the llous? ami who will at the ne\t BSSStOS ?viel.i the power which the I' sd rales soasar oa tltt Snetster, bettetre? that the ?ame in-tliod <if suppressing th minority, should prevail in t h- Senat i 1 he Senate ?if t In I sited Slate? is a body which is coast! te ted upon ar. ei tireli different priucipl ? frniii the ii- ?e uf I! ?ir. Men tat i ves In the latter body a Btajonts of th.' ?scatbats r?-( retrata ai j ility id the people ,?f the I'liitcl Stattet Hut in the Seniii ? a maj >rity otths Ssaa tor* a hile representing a ats}oritj of iht State-', ilu nut represent of BtmtB majority of the p.., pie The two8enatora from the Stat-of New V.rk. lot tl pie. represent a great .t pop dation an! more wealth mil business Ibafg, the Hti Senator? Irum the following States ? olo rain. CoaasetJeat, Delaware, Florida. Idaho, Maine Montana. Neu: la. Ncv\ II impeMrS,North I >nk ota,Oregon Roods Island. South Dakota?, I tab. Vermont, Washington, ?Vest Virginia ami Wyo mitig if to theseStat ?* weadd Nehraskn M ii? land Arkansas. I 'uliforiiin find Kan nui, we will lu?-I 4 ? Senator*? .t uoijotity of the Senate -represent ing a p,ipnl.it ion smaller than are reptasen led by the lour ' Senators from New York and Peaasyl viinia. The ten largest S.at.M ol th I'nion contain a majority of the popula ti B), whiehis reprefent.'il h_v J'iSciiators, ?\ hue the minority of th" population is n presented liy To Seu.it. rs I; at all right, and atrictly in accord with our Bsht n , ? f government, f.ir IBS four HiBBtorc reprc senting the stOO.000 people in Neiirfa ?in] Mali i to outvote the two SesatoiS reprtseiitiug ?lie 7.'.!<">*.noli people Of Y.i York It it it i? not right to deprive the repr?sentative? of the greater mini SSI of people of un opportsalty t. gats the ?|iiesii'iii ant sadeStoff to par , suade the Others to a^r.-.. wi'h r hem Ths repr?sent?t MM of small Stnh s la the Senate ?v,?h Btndeequal with that of tits ' large States in ordt r that th.- small one? might have power in this on?- hra-ii h ol tie- (ioveruoieiit to prit- t themse'ie againsf the agg reunion s of the 1 .rger I Sacs And th- lasansr OBCS shoeld bate 'some protection against a rofabiaai i,m ol the smaller one? Therigiit of Bl li i it ed del,ate cat. he attested, a,el has !? n abasad l'.ii'r'ieh tslsats 1*less i.ur.nful than a gag law in the hands of an ?rr.i gtt.t majority r? presenting i minority of I the people ? Baltimnre Pun. The liest pill neat h the ?tant am! st : \ It eh-Hnses thseystem and safer grip??. UttaS I'litly ttatSMof worldly repule? Ask for lie Wit t'stvad tahaaoaststlitate A aotaji ?"il. eats; to bay ,. ? to she and i 'W-.i to ??et, but i, i ? ' ?efts'. Ihwitt's Little l-.arly Kim r? n rouse ?i,'.,s and a-t ? - ? hier IftSg | erin in.-nt'y ft. C Sow. man Baptists to Celebrate Centennial. I he Baptiste of llexandria are errang ing to celeste te rta the 'itU ,,iiic?t mont;. lbs cen'euiiiiil ut th ir ,-hur-h, on Wash hagtoa street, whatsj was established it, 1 S<?:t The centennial services *i I Sees py an entire Braem, ami it ill gatlnr Hap tutta from many section? ?>f tu? Statt STAFFORD. Meeting of Supervisors Cases tobe Tried at Next County Court Mesalsa Still Going the Rounds Many Other N oJ.es. ? 1 C 11 . Va., Mar.h ! I The Board "f Bwperrlaora aael fcaal M..mla? theirflrstraeetittffin I Action m th?- road raaeofce parte Car tar Waa postpone I till !ii-\? BBBStlag <??! .-?.mu h: tin- abaea.f Mr .1?? 0 i.e. S.ijier? i?nr ?if Fnltnoiit li liistti.-i. iii>- propoasd road being n bis district and lu* being m r. familiar with tkel irtu I the cans tB order mm err ling our Si'iiii'nr aad n.? i ? bit ol the h ? ?legates to ase all prop?? ? ?om section 1&87, chapter 9-VI acta o 1809 ami 1000 repealed, which ?end? harmless lunatics to poof koaata ol the respaci im coai Alter allnwiti? a luitiil.'r i f claim? tin Board adjourned t?? -'ird \i.uiiu? in tpril, 1iMi;i. Ihe jnth inst I here are only three COmmoa la?v rases in the d?icket (if th?-Circuit cirt ,,t the March tena. I00H: Biaaoe m Orean, w il? .n \s l/niii. aii.i Uaurtia'a ml tniiiistratiirs rs 11 1 ft 1'. It. 11 I'here are nut likely to Is* any jury trial? Thereat?25 chancery eaaai oa the docket. Koine ol which bine about im tiiuch in tliciii a? tkreshc 1 s ? Mr. <i It. Aahby pal 1 tke C M a ?iah t Many on kamt baasaaa? lira > H I'.bticy and fimily. al Golnay'a, Va., i? vhdtlag bar mother Mm at. II Matten, at Brook?, thfe ?? e -s Mr Dikward Garriaoa wBl leave thi? areek tor a ?iah to trisada la NT anhing toil. Miss I'ntii'ie \ YA Ine close 1 her school for tie.. IS .[I 1/inl Wedn The families ni \te??r?. .lames Aahby. Uriah Knight. A Nnlaaaaad J W. lian selmao are d.n\ii with the nicu-les vr. Georg? w Clack, ol Craac, paid tke ' ' II. n ? i?il Widii, Miss Via .Vleon ha? had to close her s.-liiKii on accuiiit ol nieasl. s R??, I S. Lamlstreet and R T Shel toa, I .?'I . p:ii I the C H. a v t ? i t - I'.nirHiia? mi legal basiaeaa Ifonrcorraspoad?at has bsea asked t< girs the boundaries ul (l.ivi.ie It 1? liuiiinli'l on the nirtii by (apt .1 "('ox, . i?t by \ i\ Krane aad Jamas Decator, bi Aipiia Kuii ami ?real by .lohn \ Ft aun. ' li? said that one of our most raapset e I rit ?zens of ? i.n i lie. aft?T ha\ inir ? BJoj . i i ii an tal We for a period of 17 samaesra, kaa developed into a urass wiilowcr ol the Brat ?rater, hi? good lady baria? ffoaaoSoaa ?isit for th? lirst tira? ia thatperi.nl. and ha i? eoaaaqoaatly in t he doldruma Miss Mollis Trnalow, of Washington, is visiting bar father. (Jeo. W, Traalow, 1 beta barring been ?rror in th?* publica tiOB of the name al Miss Anna L Moore daugktei of Mr aadafmQ P.Moora.wko ilie.l some ti ne :i_ \ieir corresp.nnfeut baa been reqaeated togfra the abova aa her correct natnc Mr. It. II Stevens returned to hi? Stai ford hotiie yesterday. BaVfaag beeil to IVashiagt hi to spend his 54th birthday arlth fcia wit? and cfctldraa, who are re siding there, lb- wts surprised by the HI with aa eut-rtainui at aao by their pre setiting it i in with a cakeof three stories ?taraaonted by ? ? l caadlas, pepavnantiasj ( ich year of hie lita U? loots bow 4-r> year? of aue The festival lor benefit of BngastST Chatas! last aigbttassad off very phaa atitly aad Betted ?10 for the church. Scribbler. Funston Cannot bs Tried. Gee. Fred Fiinst >n, who is in Wimli iagton, will not h.- court m art ialed on tbe charge ol killing prisoners at Caloo can. 1.II7.0U, during the early part of the war with the Filipinos. The Mangad \ io lattoa of the rules of civilized warfare wilf broiliiht to President BOOaSValt's atatarJoaby Herbert Wel?ii,of I'uiladel phia The Prvatdeat sent the papara to the War Departim-nt for an opinion The Secretary ol War and .Indue Advo? cate General decided that th. re is no au? thority of law for the trial by court martial of any person charged with com milting itn offense during tiieir service in the volunteer army. In making the re? ply of the War licpartnicnt public. Mr Wel-h takes occasion to BOggeSt that in BtiaetS of h.in.ir ?koald prompt '.en Funston to waive t- clinical lirounds and demand tin inquiry. Grsst Opposition to Carnival. Mayor RhMtek, of Norf.dk. annoum*ed that he would bold a public baanaag be fore he would either veto or approve the I orrJhsaacs raemtly paaaad by tbeeoaaeils allowing the Ti leivnter Carnival I'oin pnay tke ??dosie? saool the principal ?li??.|s of Norfolk The sprint: -arnival is vigorously oppose.! by the bo? inen and l'Iii f \ . Il'iies, of the p ... partnient. protested to the Mayor and Fire Chiel Ityan tiled a formal ol.j vtiuii because of the lire r;?\s caused by block? ing the stn*era with tlimsy Htructures. The May or will ?rive Ihs promoters of the carnival a hearing and will also bear those who oppose it Mer-liant? as*ert ? tbitt last year's carnival ruined their bu-bies?, for wieks How's This? W? iifier line Hun Irs'l Dollars UswaSd lor un? ram of Catarrh thai eaaaot bsearsd hy ?l .1 irrl- t'ire t. .1 'III N lado, " ni li- v1k-ii,- , li-ive kmi'.vii K. .1 ? ;,- u?t 1 ?"? ? ear? as?! I-. , |m r!. . tl? ?In. ii.rsl.i?. In All Liislui'ss tran.-ir laity si.',. ?., CKrrj mit un? ? ill lifHtt.ui? inn Ir ti}- lli.-lr tlrm. ?Vl,,,!e?% e llrilirirl.t?. Toledo, o ?\ , ? M ?II? iv, Wholesale Il siri-i?t?. Tolerto, n. ? I? tu'en tuteruall.i. pmi ths 1,1.?,,i aas iinicou. ,f the ?r?!.!. .il. wot fr ?*. Irlo- 7."..-. per liotilr. S..I.I by ,11 Urn? ?1st? Hnli ? Family Pill, an? the '?I The maminoth structure lor the lle partment of Agriculture at tbe World'? Fair will cover -ft> arrs?. Hon D. B. Powers, Jr , and ths Purs Election Bill. Hon David it Powers, Jr , of Caroline, i? one of the many HoeanstSfnl Ts who ? irn. stly fought for the Harks,!?!?? pure election bl I ?ts it cam- from the Scant? withoutnateodaisat. la talking ofthe r Mr. Potrere salsf : "It!? an open secret that b ith parti?-s ladalgeta btibt r.v and eorriipiion. They sBSBBH the evil. rel lad sags tatas pr??elas of carrying IBS by the use of money in buying The people are heartily sick and ?iMg'tst-, i with matters as they now Stand, and to the ctigaaaaad reproach which euch politl . s are casting on the State it is past time to call" a ha!? We eanaot reetify thepntt. hut with the history of the past before us we rannet f-iil to real arittfat the prisent stSBOS Tue present and the future are peculiarly committed to our care. Weshi ill serve w II our mission het.' and jiistity theex P ctiitions of all Ihis is a new era for our Btnts in whi h we aresoa living and acting. I tur situation this year is very different from what it has fieen in the years which have passed ''The In-art? of the psopltSjrs throbbing f>r the lifting of the old State to the plane inji.le possible by the new Cbaattfta> t ion. and every where virtue and fut?lli ttenee are lookuat to the present I.-'ginla t ure for wissaell 'ii' oi'-hraond Tiinea DitpatcJt. What's in a Name? '."vt rythlag is in the same when it rostet u h Hazle Suive, fci i De" Oo,of t'hieiigo. discovered, some ngo, how to make n salve from ? Hasel the! is a sp?cifie for Piles. For I Miad, bleeding, itching an 1 protruding P?8S, CCt 'iii.'i. cuts, burns, brotSCS and all skin ? des ass so npial. This ansgivsa rise to snattrona ?vorth!? ss eoiiuterieits. Ask for DeWltt'a ? the genuine I). (.'. BoWBtSn. SENATOR GORfyfANFOR PRESI DENCY. Nest to Cleveland, Says Ex - Governor O'Forraii. Hs is Ths Most Eli? gible Candidate. Kjitiiivcrnor t.'harles T. '?'f-VrrnJI, of Uichnmud. d?v?an i that ex-1'resideut i i-over t 'lev. land is t lie stroll |Cdt BOSBsOSI C tndid.'ite the Democrat? i an nomina.'? lor pre-i.leut of the I n? ?J Si ? to Cleveland he beSevca Qorstna is the most eligible candidat ? II: puni lus respects to Hryan emphat? ic l'U d .'laring that inst.-." 1 of haiit s liiere.i most from a luck of harmony i ?rty. em he dec?an 1 in bie lletroit sptseh, be had mi Is a tartana oat ofpo' itical ni mutions in r Cut this out SB)d take it to M M. Leu i? drug store and get a I'm- at of PhsmhstlalB a Stosteeh ai.d-l.i?,i I'iibli't-. ths bast pasjreSC. liny cleanse and invigorate the stomach, improve the .ppetit - and regulate the beewest. Reg? ular si/.e, -_'",,- per bos Husband And Wife. Swob?My dear, do you know that you hale one of the lust voices in the world Mrs. Snob (delight?'?)) Do JOB really think so, \\ illiatn" Swob 1 cert linly do; otherwise it would liai^- b?-eii worn out long ago ? Sew York Press RUTS The walking sick, what a rrowd of them there arc: Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enough to go to bed. "Chronic cases" that's what the doctors call them, which in common English means long sickness. To stop the continued lo-ss of flesh they need Scott's Emulsion; For the feeling of weakness they nerd Scott's limulsion. It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak system. Scott's Emulsion gets : thin and weak persons out of the rut. It makes new,! rich blood, strengthens the nerves and gives appetite for ordinary food. Scott's Emulsion can be taken as loner as sickness lasts and do good all the time. There's new strength and flesh in every dose. We will be glad to send you ? few doses free. Be ssrc ilia* this ptrtur? I? ab?l ?> ?at Sk? snassEsf 'i ??Of tout? of Katsttin? ?on 1hs/. SCOTT ?* BOWN& L'h cm ists. 4(*> Pearl St., N. V. ?stx. sad M i aft aretjbt?. SEEKEST THOU FOR A New and Better Life, Poor Sufferer. Paine's Celery Compound Will Oles You That Health That 1 fa to True Kartlily Hnppiness. Who dare deny the aeeertioa that 1" line's Celery Compound makes?irk peo? ple well and happy T I'hyeiciahsand the tens of thousands aaved from the perils of datases and plucked from the grave have given proof that the wonder-work? ing medicine is a life saver. Today 1'aine'? Celery Compound is the one trne and guaranteed specific recognised and i'ie?I for all diseases arising from a debilitated nervous eyatcm. It Isa posi? tive cure for insomnia, wasting strength, dyspepsia, neuralgia, rheumatism, liver and kidney trouble?. For all each com? plaints 1'aine* Celery Compound has done marvelous thing? aad triumphed when all other means failed. Mr. J. 0. I-aniion, I'raire View, III., gratefully writes about bis restoration to health aa follow?:? "1 am nearly ?eventy-flve year? old. and have put off being carried to the grave-yard and gone to fanning airain. 1'aine's Celery Compound i? my lite and strength. It bas raised me from a low .on ol life to the best oi health. ?VI.'-n I first coBtnrtBCad with tbe Com '.I weighed on" hundred pounds, but dos I v.-eigh one hundred andtwenty pound?. I am well and feel well, and my neighbors all congratulate me upon my huait sj look?." WHISKEY FOR KING EDWARD. Some of th) Kentucky Article Shipped England'? Monarch. T?tere arrived in transit at Baltimore Thursday Troin Cincinnati a barrel of whiskey addressed to his majeety Ring Sdward, of England. It isstored on the wharf belonging to the Atlantic Trans? port Company, and w i 11 be shipped on die next steamer for London. The bar v i ha avesagc size fur long-distance ?hipping and contain? forty-fire aytiloas of Bou This is the fourth barrel of the came liquor purchased for bis majesty and ?hipped to him since hie accession to the tlinu.e It is tlie real Kentucky brand. Our Day of Triumph. The passage by the House of Delegates ol the pure elections bill by a vote of 72 to 5 was a triumph for white man's gov? ernment and \ irginia Democracy. It is an inspiration to honest men and a warn? ing to tricksters and corruptionists. I ( menus that elections in Virginia must be not only pure and honest, but telj above suspicion. It means that voting i-h.,,11 be frt.e and that ballots shall be honestly received, honestly count? ed and honestly returned. It means that in Virginia no money shall be used to influence voters and that no candidate ehall buy his way to office. It means that the poor man ehall be as tree to ran for otlice and as able to run ior otflc. SB the rich man. It means that the white men of the State shall rale, that all voters shall be ? press their choice of men and in enture* at the polls and that the ma? jority shall control. It means political emancipation in Vir? ginia, freedom from the fear of negro domination and deliverance from the raras i f reconstruction. God be praised. Uiehuiond Tillies-1'ispatth. The Stomach lathe Man. A wtak stomach weakens the man. be ?sauee it cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment. Health sad strength cannot be restored to any sick man or weak woman without first re? storing health and strength to the stom? ach. A weak stomach cannot digest enough food to fee?i the tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organe of the body, blodol l>y?i*p*la Core cleanses, purities, sweetens and strength? ens tbe glands and membranes of the ?, h. and caresmdigestio?, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles, I? C. Bowman. Are Thia Spring'a Election? Legal'? In the State Senate Mr. Mana intro? duced the following, which wee agreed to: Whereas, timfor tt.e.-onstitution of Vir ginia, there are grave doubts cpon the mi. is ?,f many lawyers and other citiseas r any election for town officer? aid in any of the towns of this Commonwealth peint to the recular ?lec? tion in November-, and, whereas, tbe elee . re should take pines barters tome daring the ?nd in acme of rhem prepara? tions are now being made for said elec? tions: and. whereas, it is of tie utmost importarte? that th.** cotation eboald be properly and tinahy settled; therefore, be Resolved by the Staate of \ irginie, committee oa cour*tof juelare of the Senate lie. ami is hereby, laatraet ed to investigate the?4uesrioB and report to the Senate whether, under tbe eoaati tution. aav election lor tonne edasaracan rinr to the Tuesday after tan Brat Monday iu November next. Danger of Cols'? aast Orta? II,,. greatest danger fresa coeds end] grip is their reseltinx la pitsatoata It not- onahV care is need, and Casca bet sssSsadjr taken Jtos, taste dew asas, we have yet So lee^sf ? ssaj case having resulted fa ?Ssesntesafa), wtaVb show? ?tonrlaeivety tan* it fe ? eer preventive of that Uasgereoe dtaatei, wiil core n cold or an attack sf toe ?pjfe in leats time tana any atact* fees It fa ptss????? ?nd i?sfc totaJs* Jkjssjj by M. M. 1-ewi?.