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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and Manufacturing Interests of Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
VOL. X.XIV,NO. 00. FREDERICKSBURG, VA., TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1909. PRICE. 3 CENT? Better Not Get Dyspepsia If you can help it Kodol pr?venu Dyspepsia, by effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion. But don't trifle with Indigestion. A great many people who have trifled with Indigestion, have been Borry for It -when nervoue or chronic dyspepsia resulted, and they kan not teen able to cure It. Uae Kodol anil prevent having Dyspepsia Everyone la eubject to Indine* tion Stomach derangement follows ?totua*h abuse, just ae naturally and Just a* aurely as a Bound ami healthy atoiua.h results upon the taking of Kodol. When you ? -vperteno? pourness of stomach, belching of gas and nauseating fluid, bloated sensation gnawing pain stomach, heart burn (so-called i. diarrhoea, headaches, dullness or chronic tired feeling?you need K<i dol And then the quicker roaj t ik. Kudi I ft i? better lot what you want let Kodol digest It. Ordinary pepsin "dyspepsia tab lets." phytlcs. etc. are not likely to be of much benefit to you. In digestive ailments Pepsin Is only a partial digester?and physics an not dlg.-sters at all. Kodol 1* a perfect digester. It you coald seo Kodol digesting every particle of food, or all kind*. In the glass test tubes In our laboratories, you would know this Just as well as we do. Nature and Kodol will alwaya cure a sick stomach?but tn order to be cured, the stomach must rest That Is what Kodol does?resta tb? ?tneaorh. while the stomach get* well. Just a? simple aa A, It. C Our Guarantee _? 1U.-I1 ?lt*r lull' have used tb? I ? -i.-ir? <-..iitruta of ta? DotUe If ;ut c?a i t.i-iis.iiy ?ay, ih?t It has not dot.? you atsy ?.ssl, return ll.s t..Ills a* the druv?-1?t ?t..I tin will refund your money Wit**) tf-ira tr ttlay w? win u>?u p?y t (tat f.r ths Is,Us. Don't hesitate, .irusslst? know that our iru?r?ntss 1? good. Tin? offer ?pulls? to Hi* !??. bottls only ?nd to but our In a family The l?rs-? bot? tls <-.>nt?lni ?H ttm? ?a much a? the fifty >?? it buttle. Kodnl Is prepared at the labora ' B C DeWitt 4Co .Chicago. ?ii Sold hv Qoolrick'a M ?lern l'hariutuv. Ask For Catalog uhowiug all modeln au<l exp*t*ining tlu? cimila tion und ventilation principle, or better still, call and examine' the modela tiiemselvee. Car Load of Hefpigerators DIRECT FROM FACTORY E. C NINDE Don't Risk Your Life and Property lour attention- lias Ireeii ilvtilly called to the awful crime recently com? muted In a county of this State, wliere two live* were lost and dwelling de ?troyed solely for the acknowleda-ed purpo** of securing money. Hoes tht* not forcibly bring to your mind that your In.me may im the next to be en? terad and relieved of It? valnahls content?'.' Priite.tyi.iir family and prop? erty by depositing your surplus money In the BATIMOS liKl'ABTMK.NT of the Mentare' National Hank, illchinond. Va, where It will ts? absolutely safe and earn I per cent. Interest compounded semi annually from date of depos? it lion t delay, write today for booklet. ? HOW T? BAKK BY MAIL." "lately deposit boxea for the safe keeping of deed*, Insurance policies, etc., for rant Frtce f.'! and upward*. Planters National Bank. Mchmond- v* CAflTAl. $300.000 00 SURPLUS ANO PROFITS $1,180.000. Loaded Shotgun Shells Tbe hunting season 1* uenr at hatjil and we can furnish the Beat Loaded Shells fur any shooting;. We make a specialty of Smoke lea* Shell? ami carry in stock an assortment not surpassed In any of the larger cltle*. Aleo a complete line of thins from the cheapest Single barrel to the High tirade Haramerleas. ('all ou us when lu nena of anything lu Sporting Goods. Phone 101. JOHN C. WILLIS & SON. A. B. Boils ? Co. Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Agents OtBee BIS Cotcmsrse Street. R*pr***nts sixteen nrst-elas* sotn paj le* Rates low a* the low?*t, and Icaaa? '.?????r.t'v ?d1e?t?d *BI* rafit VIRCINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, LttXINGTO??. VIRGINIA. 71 ai Yaw. Sat? Militara-. Scientific and Tex-I.ntaa! School Thoroaxfh cours?? of rcnerel ?nd atHi?1 ChasnUtnr ?nd In EaactTlral and Cavil ti.?lr.??oiit. Dmr?? of t radust? in academic coursa, and decree, ol Bachelor of Selene? In Technical Cour??? All ex lanatt. Ificsjdtnc clothlnr. and Incidental?, .rovtjed *i raw of J365 n?r annum, as ?. arete* a lor trw lour raw?, ??ctaastv? a* *tMtat. For Information?ddr?w . 8. w. mcnocs, ?*.?.?> WA1NTBQ A party with sawmill to saw a tract of timber in aSpotnyl vania county. Over a mil? lion feet pine timlicr on tract. O. D. FOSTER Fredericksburg, Va. WOODILL CRIME DEEP MYSTERY Accused Murderer Killed Him? self When Cornered. LETTER ACCUSES ANOTHER Not* Found on Body of Eastman, Alia* Roberts. Says Mrs. Woodill Was Killed by a Woman With a Wine Bottle?Witness Found Who Heard Voices In Bungalow. St Micha? Is Ml . June Z< Tbo last tragic chant? i in it story uf crime sa paralleled In this section of the country whs written shan the man ai ? little Ma? Edith Thompson Woodill a ? :ik.- form ;: etna la from a soase .it d< h rmlm d rt lentlesa pursue: - : a taotnent ta. int: had 1 ornen .1 alta on th. ?rater* of a narrow . re? k, than Bred a ballet ? ? hi- heart and fi 11 s ?fales* lump Into the bottom of the boat which be hoped would carry him to a laxadlas, place ?There flight might Taking tut- rate Into ins own hand* an.l Mottlae. nut ontold the story tif the death ol a girl who had moved ir. the in. bo had ' raaan .1 1 ?as* an.l of former Oorernor Krank Brown of this state the man known 1 Fmuit-t K Rob? rts. hut who in ?as Hol., rt Kiniii. t Kastinsn. a failed broker ..f the Consolidated stock Kx chana;., nf New York passed heynti I the reach of the law. and with his go Ished the hope of cleartni up the motive an.l th.. hutlliiu of this strange trac Letter Tell? of Alleged Orgy. a utter tostad ni?.11 aaatattnjaan'a body, addrei \ laale Brad enta in New York, save Eastman's 111 su-taln . I SXI 11 ?' for the criase. It was a rumbling account Of how he had hex a out in a Launch with a party of men Bad women, all of whom ha.l been drinking t-i excess with the sx< of hiniM it and Mrs. WoodUl; ni how ..m- 01 the women in a fit of |< bad attack...I Mrs Woodill With a wine buttle an.l killet bar; BOW th. remainder of th> party had taken to tllrtht. l-aviii^ him to dlSOOBe of the body, ami how as a means of from all of tils troubles the writer Iir.iI .1*1 Li.-.1 t.. and hi? hr.*. BaUtauta asked Misa ltra.lc.inie to hurry tn Maryland to take charma of hi and his property Miss Ilrailcome 1? Kn?tui*n's wite They wer.* married in I9t>8, ?ml llveii together only a week Heard Merrymaker* In Bungalow. a wttaeaa has been found ??10 ever heard the voles of several persona Btatljaaaklni in Kaufmans bungalow Sunday afternoon The witness Is said tu tat- Interested in religious work and was on his way to sa* Eustmnn al..un a meeting to lie held Sunday evening which the man had expressed a desl?e to attend. Anioiia; the voices of thu women in the bungalow the witness i* ssid to have recognized that of Mr.* Woo.Mil. I!, ?nine; the merrymaking the man .11,1 not stop to see Kastman or Roberta us he knew him. As for motives many have been ad ?"Bared That Kastman was lnfatuat* n with the girl was well known. She ir turn. It would seem was fascinated by him at times and possibly fright ened by his attentions In a note ad I to "l>ear Wobby." declining to see htm at the particular time, but not wishing to anger him, she said: "It Is only an intermittent delirium anyhow, and you had better go and wash your dishes." After this Kastman evidently pre vailed upon the girl to visit his farm, which wax near that of her foster father's, to see the new bunga'"* which he had built. The girl met Eastman Saturday, was sen to leave the McDaniel wharf In a launch with him. and Wednesday her nude bo.lv was found floating on the surface of Rose creek, crudely tied to a KMBe ?ml weighted with Iron and bricks. There were evidences of a struggle In the bungalow ? a bloody sheet, some blood stained boards some half burn, d clothing- but the real story of the bungalow can never now be known. Woman's Parentage a Mystery. The meeting of Eastman and Mrs Woodill, wherever ami whenever It oc? curred, brought together two oddly suited figures, and the tragedy brought to an and two strange careers Mis Woodill. although twice married, was but a slip of a girl, weighing only about 100 pounds. Where the girl ?prang from, who her father was and wbat should have been her proper sta? tion In life, are clothed with much of the same deep mystery which sur? rounds the details of her death. She wa? adopted by Colonel Charlea fi Thompson, a well-to-do farmer of the eastern shore of Maryland, nineteen years ago. when she was a tot si three. The hahy was In the custody of a Minneapolis street car conductor and bis wife who said they knew noth? ing of her parent*. Lodge'* Daughter-in-Law Robbed. Washington. June 28. ? Valuable lace, an heirloom in the family, given to her by her mother. Mrs. MeCauley. wife of Colonel McCsuIsy, U. 8. A., former mil ary side at the White House, has been stolen from Mrs. deer?. Csbot Lodge, daughter In law of Senator Lodge, of Massachusetts Bend yonr Job printing en The fr? Lance. Prompt **rvle* and low prices. MRS. GOULD GETS DECREE Howard Ordered to Pay His Wife $36,000 a Year Alimony. ARE FORMALLY SEPARATED Millionaire's Wife Declare* She Wei comes Justification More Thar Money?Says She Is the Happies' Worran Living. V..: U Jinw M. \fter a tria ? i m arly ihre* week* Kathi . us Qould obtalaad : legal leparatioa from b.r hitaban.1 Ird son of Uta lnt< j.i> Gould, bj ;t declakm of l>#?lin?: In tb..' supreme court. Will u ? pt ton of alimony, her ?as rumplet", bot ?n this jihase .1 . $31;..." h >. 11 11.1 ? tufllclunl although In he < She bad l.1 1.Irin? $25,000 a yea from Mr Qoald si that Uta araoon t Is but a Bl with Um amour for. It Wat la tl m of < hare. of Intoxication an.i her alleged reli with Ituatln l-'arniiin. Uta ai lu that Mis Gould scored most strong!; ?Baal R J^???-^*an;^sf HOWARD GOULD. lor aotwithataodlng tlic lung ? wltneoae* t..i Mr. Oould Who i:m. such t. stitnniiy as to make M?a. Qouli at time? us ,?..;, adaat rath, than plaintiff, t:i?- court helil tliat tb. ullcg. . a?" might lin. data to ? x. Itement. At to Duatla I'm nein, it ?:i> held that lier ass.n latim with him i -uni. after Mr. an.'. Kn Qould aepnrated aad that the hushan. apparently nade do objection. Mrs. QouM leaned the followlni stateineiit : "I Rin the ha.ppi.-nt woman In inn bacaaae I hare been to complete!, rladlcati .1 b. tort the entire world a all tins.- horrible 1 bargee Not om little pang shot through my heart a th.- amallneaa of the allowance mil aupreme Joj and Ute daapaal gratitud? I mod a thousand loving thanks to al who hav* helped me." Howard Qould hurried from th room as soon as the decletoa era glv< 11 and declined to discuss the case BURNS OUT WOMAN'S EYES Tramp Poured Ca-bollc Acid on Her For Refusing Him Food. Huiler. 1";, . June M.- Because she refused in give him a place of bread and a cap of coffee, a tramp atta. ked Mrs. John Scions wife of a farmer living near here struck her uncon ?clous with a blow on the head and bound and gagged her He then poured carbolic acid on her face, destroying her sight and raus lng bum.- thai may result fatally. Beveral ? tea an- la pursuit of the tramp, ami it he is taught a lynching Is likely. 2-Cent Fare Law Again Declared Void. Philadelphia. June L''?. The Penn? sylvania two lent lar- law recited another blow when Judge Wilson in common pints court declared It un constitutional The decision was In the case of the Heading Railway company to restrain the county of Philadelphia from . law. Heat Crazed Woman Leap* to Death. New York Julie 14. Driven tcin porarlly insane b> tl raj heat Mrs. Kmn.a Mouthy threw herself and her eight year old daughter from the roof of a five-story apartment house !n Quint y street, in an exclusive sec tton of BrooklXtV Both were killed In atantly. Killed Learning to Drive Auto. Blkins. W Va line 26.?P. 0. Mauxy cashier of the bank of Dur bin. was alRtoat instantly killed at Durbii. when an antOOM bile which he was just learning to operate ?. nt m.r an embankment with him Alt Poison Pills Por Candy. Bloomsbnrg. J'a.. June 2(1.?Mlatak lag a bottle of strychnine pills for randy. akanOO tic three year-old Son of Mr ami Mr? Italph rhllllps. ate a quantity of them and was aaved fr..' death only by the prompt arrival ?.a hard work of two physicians. We print ?very thing from a book to a visiting card on the do war preeea* of ?fix* **r** I Ano? Bend at your order*. TRYOUTS FOR VARIOUS FLIERS Aeroplanes o? Many Kinds Un? dergoing Tests. TRIALS AT MORRIS PARK, N. Y. Flying Mac ones That Have Proved Ability to Stay In the Air and Others Entered In Contests For Aeronautic Society's Prizes?Curtiss Aeroplane, Weighing About Half as Much as the Wright*'. Well Liked by Avia? tor?. New Tori Jaae M All sorts of strange contrlx ai.M-s :..r sailing through the air are ! in ti.c tiling machia. tsrred in tb.- public tests of the Aero nanti.- -.. ? letj t.. be h. Id *t htorria ? 11 has been lit., nil in ?is definition! of practica xrnong the aerophtnea which will fly, it trj t.. fly today ?re <.nii. that hare proved their ability to remain In the air f.u long, r or shorter p. rio.ls of time an.I some that will lian- no of raising their Inv. n'nrs' . Ither literally or ligiirstively. Aviation expert regret that neither lin- Wrlgbl mu th.. Herring machine ?ill b. n toda tligfits or attempt?! Bight* The It their ma. hm. at I'ott Myer huve kept the fainniis tiling brother* busy, anil A M Herring has also !.a at in Int. r. sting the got. t Basent In Ins aeroplane lit the ma. hin.-s ut Morris park tb? one that i arries must of the Of the aviators Is Glenn II. Tur tiss' aeroplane, specially eonatracted for the s< roiiHiitlc society's tests. The preliminary trials of Mr Cnrtlss' ma chine ha?- I.n sattsfa. tnrv in the amala and his victory In today's con ti sts would rauet little surpris,'. Helicopter Among Contestants. The r. i<m .laiu.igc to the Klmhall aeroplane was a great disappointment to thoas who saw In it a serious rival to Mr t'nrtiss' aeroplane Among the other tiling amachinen at Morris park ivbb h have attracted much recent at t. ntlon ?ir. the one lonstrii.fcd on the lines of Alexander Oraham Hell's Sil v. r Hart an.l the Rickman hoastoptar, a curious but interesting cylindrical il.'iic. for mitigating the air. The Curtiss machine watgl pounds, inclinling the aviator. This Is about half the weight of the Sllv.-r !>art an.l of the Wright machin, s be? log up lo the present time the lightest -fnl aeroplane erar constructed In the world. Its two plant s. as the machine la a biplane, arc tw.-nty-nine foot trida aii.1 four and a half feet deep, with 260 s.piare fe. t of support Ing surfine It has horirontal rudders In front and rear, nn.l both ar. so arranged that they may be us. d for ? steering There Is only one propeller, the blade* of .iltimlniuin. being six f.-et in diameter, and, al? though it has a thrust of '?'-?? pound*, the recent trial flights haie shown that IM ponndt is aafhcleal for flung Distribution of the Prizes. The committee of the taamaaiilh society in charge of the prixe fund will asar.I .1 $2000 prize to the nil chine whi.li hat aerar made a public flight thai atahet a tocceaaful circuit of the Mori.s park 1 ourse, about one and three loiiiths miles, or that re? mains in the air ten minutes. For a mai hin. foiaa. 1 ss than this distance. but ?>. fe. t or more tl"<W> ?ill be awarded, or the same amount for re maining seven and a half minutes In the air. or amounts are to be awarded tor leeaei dlataacea hut th>- provision ?rot asada thai alf members of the so 1 i.-ty who mu . c.l in flying C Otll receive priaea of MM. COAST AND SLOPE FIGHT Leach Cross, of New York, and Dick Hyland, of California, Meet. San Francis, o. June M,?-It will be the i'aciflc ..lope against the Atlantic coast here this afternoon when Lea OB Cross ol New York, and "Fighting Oiek" llylaml. of California, meet In their forty tit.- round bout. The local spoils eip.it to see a fight that will pull them out of their seats. The two lightweight? have BMt before and both are anxious for vie tory in today s -< rap. The length of the fight makes it practically certain that It will decide the question as to which Is the belter man. To Destroy Old Car*. ntraaja, Jane M Five thousand woiiiiiiii or antiquated freight cars of all kinds are to 1..- destroyed by the Peansylraa . railroad system to make way fur modern t-iiuipnient. Church Deatroyed By Tornado. W.-i I' .i Neb. June ?6. ? St. Jo seph'a Catholic church here was de? stroyed and a dozen residences were badly damaged by a tornado. Votes Down Duty en Petroleum. Washington June JC?The senate voted down ?. I to 40. an amendment laipohlng s duty of one-half of one rent a gallon on crude petroleum. There an* many Imitations of De Witt's Carbolised Witch Hsu! Salve- DeWitt'* I* tb* original. Be sure you get DeWttt'i f arhollzed Witch Hasel Sals* when you ask lor It It Is good for cuts, burns aad brut*?*, and I* especially good (or Pile*. Hold by Gnolrtek'? Modern fharmacy. Iltrls would be e-rWtly wlillog to Uars to **w If It wasn't au assis!. FIRST TESTED PISTOL THEN SHOT HERSELF Alientan Girl. Disappointed in Lote, Attempts Suicide. All. ni"? n Juin- .'?; Disapi : rret Sicht ol tii.-d a bull. her lefi Torren, eh ? art In South Bethleh? m \\ hi a aha pot a note from him (hi b gan to ? itr for South 11. -iii. hem. whi re aha inter known nub by la Q It ' She wit i ?. Her. during win. I her brothers and listera twitted bei with b.lng m love. All th.- membera of the lainili iiad left home but bei brother K.lwin when the Klrl went into the bat k yard The report of a pistol shot madi him 'un out. She hail Bred this shut t.. test the ron. Before ht could i- . held the n over h.r h< art and fired again. With this she fell t.. the ?round Th.- ,; say she SALE OF MAIN STREET PROPERTY Mr. St. George H tttxhugh. nivelai commissioner, ?old at public auction IV day property of the aothroeh estate, a? follow?: A brick hnuae on east aide of Main ?treet, lietwecen Hanover ami Charlotte. Belt to the Young proper!, to Judge AI vin T. Bmbrej for fj.iwii ?. brick dwelling and lot on ea?t ?Lie ol Main, Iietween Haunter and Char lotte, lietwcen the Young and Slaughter properties to Mies Virgin IJpSeoSBB lot I1.&B0. Abri?t Btore house and dwelling on w?*t side of Malu ?treet. between linn over and Charlotte, next dour t.. proper iv ol?ate ML I.ael Long to J. B. fit albert for $1.170. N. H Klnaey wa? aurtloiie-r. A RESIDENT HERE 23 YEARS ACO Mr Henry H. Andrew?. a.. ompanled by Mr?, and Ml?? Andrew*- are rlsltora In the city. Mr. Andrew?!? well known to many of our cltinu?, bat tug lie.ii connected lua clerical position with the banking lirinot Conway, ?tnrdoii .V ?Jaruett aoaaa U years ago. ?luce when be lua* been one of the moat prominent rand itucceanfiil hoot nee? men of Cala way. Ml br. Mr. Andrew? exprusae? Idmeelf a? being inucli linpreaeed by Iks iiutiiy |imgre?-1te lintirnvi nient? made here tu the pa?t de cad*. ?ISS CARTER LAID TO REST The remull?? of Mis? Mary Carter ar? rived here from Vt aelilngton at noon Friday and were taken to the City Qaaae tery and interred In tha family lot Ic-h wen- conducted by h>v. I'r. I Taylor, paattir of the Ceniral l're*.!.> ter I an church, of Vt ?alilngti m Tb? pallbearer? wereM.*a?r? .1 Milliard Adam?, l> S ituawll. It. C. Heale. l'eter V. Daniel, lir J. H Hartley and M I. titolie, of Washington BATNA NOTES Batna, Va., June 25, 1009. i >ur flourishing Hinulay school la doing fine. We have an rxo-lleiit ?uperlut.-inl ent and secretary. The supsrliiieiideiit 1* air. T. strlngfeiiow. and aaaratarj Mr Jam** Uanahroiigli. and rive teachers, Mr. and Mr?. Htrlngfellow, Mlaa Kerel Taylor. Mr*. Ned Hauthrough. Urs. John Walker. The orgauttt Is Miss Net Me < tiewnlug. daughter of Mr. T. H Cbewnlng. This Is ? llatna chapel. It open* at 4 o'clock In the afternooa Tb* corn and wheat crops are fine It K TAKEN TO ASYLUM AT VYILLIAMSBURG Guard ?tweeny, of the asylum at V. 11 llainahiirg. arrived here ,'rtday morning and left on the noun train, taking with lilil? Ml?? Alice ls-e. of this city, und Miss HattleBiiellliigs, of Stafford, hath BOI log hesti adjudged insane. A PUBLIC DUMP The Public Ptuuatly ? ouimltlee of Ihn City f'ouiicll have allowed the use of the tank at tbe old gas lions* a? a dump There will be no unie now for OWMN of lot*, ste., from getting rid of all refute, a* the tank will bold all that will accumulate during tii? year. He wa* sick a* tick could be, Krtetids could g?te hut sympathy. Now he's well, and strong as three. Slues taking Hullltter'* Kocky Mom. tain Tea. W. I,. Bond. THAT IS FISHINC SOME. ISN'T IT? olrMlck Hows, one of the Star carrier hi yt, 1* taking an outing In I hesapeake Hay on a Hah steamer H* write?. 'We got today,out of three set*. 136,000 ?ah That I* fishing eon??, lint it '.'" Woman la nevtr too old to be hand tome, never loo old to t.. young again. Holllater* Kocky Mountain Tea bring* back tb* color of by-gone year*. Make* you feel as happy and free a? a . htl.l. ?'!". cent* Tea or Tablet*. W I. Bond. INCREASED FORCE ON NEW DAM The water In tb* Bappahannock ha* needed and work ba* been raaunie.1 on the aew dam with a force ol about lis) moo. With favorable con.Mil.in* tt will be completad In .'10 day*. It warm? the haart like euftcbio*, rtswr* the ?oui Ilk* old win?, glv*e hope For tb* futur*, blot? out kbe past. That'* what HollUlsr t Rocky Mountain Tin doee 35 c*uu, T*n or Tablet* W. L. Bond SCRIBBLERS STAFFORO LETTER rl I II . t a . June ?6th, ! Just loot more .lay?, and l'.Ml'.i I? half (oa* to thai tale of time from ?baace ::?i traveller return? Mr. I M ~v tin. !i.email of the l'o?tal Telegraph Cuuipany, ha* been engaged tJjBg lu ?nine tin feet pole* lie Curt II..Il?*' * nil? I'rauiat ? lah gave their .'t.m. ui at K.-iorv Hall la?t Wed avdaaea The : by the dub. and tl aaatitly The? .till repent thin perfornsaaea on ta* 5th of July at the ball of th* P. U S I here ladite Makeaey, i ? Alexandria. 1? thsgaaal ol Ml?? Mart R Qr*ea. i li- M K .luir, ii .- -en repaire.1 and pnli.ted, and pr.->. ut*, a very pretty appearance ^ .>.ir rtjrreapoodetil note* tn jnur Bpotsylvanta fetter ol the J.'nd that the people there ar.. dl-.. ii-etug 1 he appoint ment ni Mr Ja* Aahata ae aaasriBtM dent lor Staler.! and Hp.iiaylvanta school*, but does not ?ay whether tntorialil) or Batel. .rahly Whtl-t your correspondent ha? lln Welglll with the appointing power, l.e'iiai on account of hl? polt11. ? "per?, ma noli grata," bat bags .. baa kim a n Mr A?lit>> from lit* boy I.I day*, ami ha? broken many a baric, with him <>u the politl.nl liel.i of honor, and cannot be accu?e.| of favori? tism mi a.-, unit nt political that h? lia* tillwl th* p..alii.ui of superintendent of ?choola bars wuh much aareses, being peellllnrll.v llMed lor the p-.?1tlilll. Slid i hat rhaa tha ;- ease ol .-.potsylvanla get to IBOW Biaa, I hey would rather have him a- ?up rlnietident than any other lion reel.I. nt of thalr country. hiaturally.lt laanapp. aadtheydaajfeesome resident of tie Ir . unit) for the position. Mr Hugh Adl*. pall the Court House a t1**1t Wednesday .u .-kral. not inatrlnn. niai, t.usine?? Mr*, Seseo Woodard ?im reported a* .m th*- ?Ick Mr i today and 1? attend.-.! by HT Slieed. Mr. i: S M.Hire paid a Ht lug trip to IMchiin.ii'1 yesterday, returning hum*the ?aun- night Mr.'I.... ?'cut ?|.eiit the week 1n the Village, visiting 1.1? daughter He left lor home Ujf.liie-ilay, fearing that th? girl? iiilgl.t forget til ti i in lit? Baasaaaa Mr. Heut I? a widower. Ml year? old and a veteran ol the w ar Bete are a taw Flare wake will toast the. heart . .t et. r> old ?oldter, no mat I er from wh.re he ball? It wa? taken from ih.. Wall Sir.-ei Hally Journal Ktert tear I he) re mar. hing ?iow er. Ktert )enr they re ?looping lower i. m th* lilting innate ?ttr? the b-art? of oilier men ..??rill, dag? atante them to Lend and Idee? and lote them V? If grletlng for the future w lieu the) II u. ter march again' Ktery tear we BBS them uia??lug iit.-r) year we watch taasSB passing. S.arclt pausing In our horry after pleasure, after gain. Hut the battle dag** BOOT* thsui Se. in t.. bead ami I.l.-a? and li)T? them And thru all the lifting r?male ?nundc an .l.-rli.n.- of pain, We had a tine ?bower yesterday even lug and with the extreme warm weather of the last few day?, corn 1? looking up. Scribbler Sometime? you may I* told that there are other thing? j neat a? good a* In-Vi ttt a Kidney and Bladder i'lli? That BBa'l BS Nothing made I? a? good a? iH.Vtltt? Kline/ and Bladder i'tll? for any all lllelil? of the kid lie) or bladder, which altt ay? result In weak hack, backache. rheumaC |.a1n?. rheiiinstlsiii and urt nary disorders A tria' of lie? lit ? Kid net and Bladder Pill? 1? ?nil..lent to cominee you how good the* ar.- Send your name to K ?' HeValit A I'u Chicago, for a free trial bos. They are ?old aw*. DJ ?ioolrlck ? Modern Char iiiacy An optlmlat always look? on the bright side of other peon? ? troubles. We do not know of any othi-r pill that I? a? good aaDeWIU'a I-It Ce Karl j KlHer?, the fanion? little llverpilla ?wall. g.-nile, pleneaui and sure pills with a reputation. Sold by ?liinlrlck? Mnl.-ru I'hanuav-y. The man who always know? what not to ?ay laa't BO f.xilt?h. DOCTORS say contumption can be cured. Nature nlone won't do it, it needs help. SCOTT'S F Mil SIO\ ia the best help, but its use must be continued in sum? mer as well ns winter. T?is It lu ?littl?euM aailkor ?*t?r Cet a amallttottlc now. AH P. ??list l l?ltll1?IM.ll?gagl3sg VAL DANNEHL, Foundry and Machine Works. "BOWERING" Sawmill & Repairs. r.-isllnirs. Mill Suppli?e. Iteltlngs. Pollera, Shafting, Hangers, l-'ltkltig*. Valvee, I'ackiiisr.fiiiag.-s, Injectors, I 'oiistnictloii Steel, lleams. I'lalee. Column?, Kkc. Repair Work a Specialty. I'hone l'.'l l-'rexlerli ksl.urg, Virginia. ?Quinn'aS, Washington's Fore? most Mail Order House Order the Famous Oronoco Whiskey If ton want a thoroughly high grade whiskey for borne use, onler * tronoco Whiskey. It is the limit of (n-rfe. lion in purity ami otiallty. Of ile ilghtfnl tiiste anil exquisite liou.jiiet I'liyw-latia etrongly recotnnieiul Oroooeo Whiskey for ni.?Iicliial [uirpoHee. <?nler today. $3.7*5 gal. 4 f.ill quarts B-hOB). Sterling Whisk, i BB.T5 gal 4 full ?|U ? I'siidletoti Whl.kev BB.BB per gal. Only ?old In jug? lorn vThtahwr. $2 BO, BS.BB.7B per gal. 4 foil qt*. f "? $.1 50, $4 Virginia Apple Broody. ?_' BB, BB, f:t TB per gal 4 full qat f.f. I ;.i?. f i isi ? ISC (,i mi's ? 'omplet* lln? of the b**t ce** I'.'Ujestlc lije and Malt Whiskis*, Scotch ami lrt*b Wblakte*. Brandies, ?ahn Bum*. Wine* and Cordial? i barges prepaid un order* of ' and over when charge* do not exceed I0c par gal. hdvv. ?I. Quinn. i Warehouse 7th,0 and Mil Ave. S W St.r- I'.ol Psna At? N. W . Waahtngtoo. l> I POR SALE Second-hand Sawmills and Engines, Etc. i ?ue Car-1 h Inn Vibrator Separator, ?elf ta*aV BO lu.-h .viinder One ?MB P. Efeoooanfc Portable Boil.r -1 id*. < in. IS H I'. Maar Portable Kugioe on skid*. Ooa 18 H V. Geiser Portable ITngtBt and No 1 Prick Sawmill with aaw an.l I..It ,..u.plcte, good running ,.r On* No. I t.elser Baa mill, rebuilt, equal to new. ha* cable drive, S head bl.s-k* with parallel knees, with or ?iih..ut saw. New and Second hand Inserted Haw*, Belting, Pas-king. Ho?' Oreas FRANK K. TYLER, 1004 Main street, FrtsWickaburg. NO ARGUMENTS NEEDED. Mo Deed to argue RKtlAI. -|Oal Itj material and workmanship are the beet procurable. Bo need tu argue ?tyle- It's plainly *vkdeot and apeak? for tteelf mighty roa vloclogly No need to argue at?there* a Kegal to dt ?very foot, whatever Ita shape Quarter ?Ire* k>og ago ma>1e it possible to get BMitLI that w-iuid lit a* pertardy aad comfortably a* ?bov* made to or? der. We are ?bowing a complete Baa of thi? ?a*. 10? Regal Models and toe a**ortm*nt afford* a broad choke. \ ou II Und the par? ticular pair you want, even If you hais always thought It Impoeti hl? to get a custom style at the prie* of the KKOALB, aad you cao wear tb*m at once without any "breaking In." Stop ta aad let u? try on your ?tas aad klad. WALLACE & CO., Shoer? of 8hne* That lit CfflCHESTER?CO. Fin. Ufa. Aeetnnat aa4 Health INSURANCE Bant Compaalea ai?d Beak Batea. Kow a>tt h iiouirlrk Itaftitfaw. 1Mb. *at Anna ?t.. Pr*d**tek*barg. ta ah Crown and Bridge tf orh a arpentait* All Work HciaraaU*?!. Dr. J. Garnen King. MTU?. ?fh? ??b* ?tala ttt.. ritairlthnaqj