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BATURDAt.MAY 13, ?BU9
Entered at the Foetoflloe at Frederick?
burg, Va , M aeooud.ol&as matter.)
Richmond, Fredericksburg &
?Schedule in effect Jan. ltdh, lv?:?
'HAINS l.KAVK KKKDKKU KSIIt mi
? !.' A. M.dai v.
- A. w. >*.u.Uysonly*
A. M dallj i xcept Sunday.
1.1* I M. dot ) except bunda).
KM I' M.daay.
KM A. M. da..y. Stops on.) at '
and Aah land, week days Makes all
o, al -t >|M S.,*i.:h\ s.
i-. M, in? > except Sunday.
M. Uai.j stop!
r. M. iMllj mak. - , . total
. and Iticbuioud .v.*.,...i??da
iHuiy <-\, .*|.t Sunday.
Mak* . itopa.
Leaves l-'r.d.-ri. Kshurir at A.?tW K. M *> '
??< II' M !' M.
Haadqodrtors for Building l-itei
. ?. .-? u i, ?,
fut? > .? il iiT"? .??au-, Ii**?,I l'aila
.!.,! II,... - K. I?. COI i..
m -unis of $100 mill upwards *n tir-.t
lletis .?II Real K-t.it?'
F*.t further particulars ap\
JOHN T KNIGHT,
ISAAC I1IRSH, Fin.ui. lal See.
Menhan'- ,v M?echanica P B A L A ,
Predericksburg, \ a
W?* make a ?p.-.-i.airy *f the .i!? v.. in
th?- count os nf Spotay lv.mii.i. King
. Stafford, Caroline and ??iht-is
a?lj.t eut t.? ihi- city,
we offer you Reliable0 impunie?, I ow
Kate- uul satial ?ustiuenta
Insure at Once
Again?! PIRE and 1,1 .ill MN?i
imm s aux,
K-8i?lctit Agent?*, Pfoderickaborg, \ ?
r h r. \
??? corner C ami I'rm*
GIVE ME A CHANCE
To estimate and ?1 ? any
ttiii'l i?f building at repair work yon
want done either In town or country.
Ail w??rk entreated t.? me will t*> done
in a thoroughly aatiafactory manner,
and in ?luii-kent ti'ii" possible. 1'ians
ipeciflontioni furnished for any
F. P STEARNS.
Contractos and Builder
Pretty Westmoreland Wedd leg
C pie Broteetant Epiac pal Chapel, in
Westmoreland county, was the icene f
a quiet but pretty w-edding Monday,
May 8th, when Sli-s Cawtna 0 rbiu
Muphv, daughter ?f the* late Oapt
J.hn N Murphv, became th? bride .f
Mr D 0. Kellam, a prominent busi*
ii*-- man if Northern
Th" ohurch was tastefully <1*
with wlntH tl iwen and p.'tr?d planta
i'i. ttiptly at 10 o'clock flu- I'ful- enter?
ed lb? church, escorted i>y her brother
in-law, Mr, B F Brown, by whom ah?
a i- given away l'he wedding march
from Lohengrin w?i perfectly rendered
by Mis- |,.uis?. Murphy, lister
bride. The four nahers?Dr William
T. Br nvn, ..f Montg >mery county, Md.
\lr John Roger? Williams, Mr Wal
M iv ? and Mr ih ??ni- Brown
May !?-?"l the way 11 the altar, wb ire
the bride was met by the groom and his
best man, Mr. 11. Stafford Murphy.
The ceremony w?is i i press!rely per
formed by tbe Rev. Albert K Walker,
f tbe pariah
I'll? bride w ?re .? bande?me gou
lu ..vu oovert cloth, with bal end gloves
t ? m itch. She onrried a shower bouquet
?i Mar?chal NV1 roeea, Miaa Imogen
.-. maid "f honor, wore a lovely
f grey whipcord and carried
pink brid?eamaid i
The goes*? fron a dletance were:
Miss Beaeie Janney, of Alexandria;
Mm Tboaaaa J Jobuaoa.of Baltimore;
Mim Norton Tayloe, Miss Estelle T.;y
lot, Minfi I. ni-" Tayloe Mis? Airi.cs
Barran, Mi-s Oaroll Wellford, Miss
Alice Brookenbrough, Mis? Lila Brook
enbroagh, of Warenw; Mr Leonard J.
Nottingham, of East ville; Mr A v?
l;?rr,.n, Mr. Alex Mallory, Mr. 11 i?.
l'.iy|.*e, ??f Warsaw.
Immediately after the ceremony the
happy ooopla left amid th?- congratula
tiooa of their friend? and relative? for
nu extended t?uir, aft?r whit h the? will
neide at their Lome in Northampton
K v Dr BioadduB Replies to Mr Louthan.
Sparta. Va. , May 10th, 1809
I ? The Free Lance :
Mr Cartee N. Lonthan will pleaea
a-cept my acknowledgment of the
courteous language he employs, and ol
th? unmerited praise he bestows en me
in Ins reply to my communication on
"the war with Spain " I hope ho will
exenn me for saying that, while his
paper is handsomely exprt^s.-d I can
n.d see that it touches the p??ints made
in my communication aud hence 1 can
nuil in it do ground for a rejoinder.
V Broad i In?
itie Circu? Oomiig
The firstcircus of the season will vi-it
Frodericksburg on Saturday, May 80.
Surely this Item of news will pl?ase the
yum:* f.ilk, the children, mid older
oii?-m alao. Sun Bros'. World's Progr?s
Hive Show in .me that has a standing
re ?ir?l f?>r presenting a giwid perform?
ance in one big ring in the good old
a'yle. Sun Bros, run their show strictly
on bnsiiiHsg aud moral principles. Noth?
ing is permitted to appear that will
mar the pleasure of tho skeptically in?
clined. Neither are the usual army of
f .kirs i ?ften s-en following.! the wake
of showsi allowed to fallow this organ?
i/iti >u. The long standing reputation
of the Sun Broa., throughout Europe,
America, and the Dominion of Canada
?hill n?Jt be jeopardized by allowing
any catch-penny affair to be connected
with their show. Fifty great celebrat?
ed artists will appear at every perform?
ance. Fully two hours and one half
of enjiyment is afforded for N cents, a
prine which is surely within tho means
of everyone. Let all attend. Alter
noon at 1 o'clock. Evening at H
National P??ce Jubile? at Washington
May 23rd, 24tb and 2Mb,
For this ?occasion we will sell tickets
to Washington and return at the one
fare rate. Tickets will be on aale May
"?'2nd, 38r.l and 24th. good going only
on date of ?ale, and limited to ooutiu
uou? passage in each direction. Final
limit for return May 27th, 1800.
tmaJtt Q^O. Oox, Ageut.
To the V ters of Kin* Oeorc??
Alden, King Qeorge Co., Va.
May '.'. 1890
V hr yean ag?\ when I was a candi?
date for the Treasurer's Oflloe, I was
approached hy the leaders of my party
and .?thers with the proposition that if
1 would withdraw uml support F F
Niude this should be my time,and they
would support me. assuring uie that
Nindfl would not b-o acaud?llate In 1899,
1 agreed and complied with mv agree?
ment What d ' I ttud nowl " Political
tteacheryl" Who is responsible - Nind.*
has m?t leen?proper to answer my in
iiutriM of February 8, 189? Therefore
1 ?mi uiu-e myself a candiilate for the
? i!i ??? .?f oonnty treeennr and oordially
lnvit.' your aupp ?rt,promising If elected
to oarry out the requirements of the
V, ? Uarntli-'i
l.ocal and Current Comments.
Wo 1 wanted Se? ad. of Snnan
I lush ,v Bra
Dr K ?tinv Hopkins, of Richmond,
m ?. m the city Thursday .visiting re?a
Ladies, yoa can gel mi n Style and
m,t.* change back if y. a buy y ui Milli
imrj it T N Brenl 's
In I n will ti id fr.m .1 mes'
* the right Ihm)
j a Read il
Mi s i'. ncellor, of 1.*? --
burg, w.i- int!.it y Thursday, tbe
f Mi and Mrs V Chancellor.
Rev ,1 I' Stump left l?y ?te ?mer f i
? .n Thursday evening. wb
w ill i IM Tit.- ni .? church de n ?I
111 .1 i M
Mr 8. B. Tompkins and family, of
Irania, have gone t.? Spring|Ktrt,
Mich, where they will reside m the
Mrs Charlea J Creen, of tins city,
has s*.|,l ami shipped a rubber tree l '
f-'Ht high to the Wald ?rf-Astoria Hotel,
in New V rk.
Fresh garden, tl >wet and graai
large stock, low prices, alao everything
usually found m ill? beat drug st t - il
! >w -t prioes at 11 ?U's
Beautiful gingham?, figured piques,
check muslin, dotted muslins and wa h
f all kind- n..\\ being opened .it
h 1' Talker's.
Ret I, S Rudtaell, of Randolph
Ma'??n ?College, at Zahlend, will prea h
at the Methodist Oburch Sundav morn?
ing and night in the abaanoe of the
A lawn party vs 111 be giren on the
ground? of Ramoth Baptist Church, in
Staif.nl. Thursday, May i^'h, begin?
ning ai i r M All an ? ?rdially lu
.lodge ,i. k Mason and family will
M ' lay : r their country home,
near Comoro, where they will ap?-:.?l
Kev Dr F B Ramsay will till the
pulpit at th?' Biptist church Sun lav
iu .rninif, in the absence *.f the pi-t..r,
Ur Dill, and at night Dr Win N
Mebnue will preach
We bave receired a handsome
1 igui? of the ninth annual exhibition ? f
the I pperville Colt and Horse Club, to
be h?dl ?t t irafr.m Mill, .lune l (th and
i'.'ti Entran clone June 7th
One hundred excursionist* came up
on the steamer Westmoreland Wednes?
day night The exonrsi-un was under
the auspice? of Jerusalem Baptist
Church, Richm >ud w unty.
Meaan J 11 Myer, Jr ft 0*?, have
sold their stick, fixtures and good will
t? M.-s.rs Qoodriok, Bernard ft Davia
who will continue th?? business at the
o] i -fand on Commerce street.
Rioketts, of theO nftdorate
monument fnnd, has received a check
f.?r $35 from Senator-elect .lame*, p
'Dili if. rr... of Jacksonville, Florida, a
n itive * f " Iranre, for that worthy ob?
Dr Frank W. Lewi?, of Lain-i-ter,
sud G mm nwealth's attorney ,[ i.
('hum, .f Riohmond county, ;
through the city Thursday, en tut
h 'tue from th>- Richmond convention.
They %?? me i allers at The Free
A in. ng the many strangers iu the
.l'y Tburaday were Mr. W. Mel). Lee
e?in r f the [rvington Citizen, and
Mr W. V Morgan.editor of the North?
ern Neck News, of Warsaw, both of
whom attended the Democratic Con?
ferenoe in Riohmond They left on
steamer Thursday afternoon.
Oapt. s ,T Quino and Maj T. K.
Morn- spent yesterday on the Bloody
Angle battlefield, in tlr.s county, se?
curing information to be need at a
meeting of the Battlefield? Bark U ?m
mittee, which will be held here in
June Yesterday was the anniversary
f t'iit famous battle, it having occur
It thirty-live years ago Next
week thes.? gentlemen will visit the
battlefields of Chancel! irsville and the
Wilderness, for a similar purpose.
They Will not b9 Mustered out Here.
Mayor K ?we wrote the Secretary of
War. requesting that OoL I'ettit's reg?
iment be sent her?, to their former
??amp ground?, to be muatered out, an i
r.-.-.-iv.-d tbe fallowing reply:
Washington, .May 10.
M n A I' It ?we, m ?y,r of ?Trader
loksburg, Va :
Sir?Replying to ynur letter of tho
? dh Instant, addressed t" the M morante
Se. reiary of War, he bids me inform
von th ?t arrangements have been made
for the tbe inusf.-r out of tho 1th U.
8. Volunteer Infantry at Camp Meade,
John A. Johuston,
Assistant Adjutant General
(Jol Bettit cabled to Washington that
the tranap rt Dixie left Manzanillo.
Wednesday, with t'i offioera and T*i*">
The regiment is due to arrive in
New V rk, May Ulth
Sudden Death of Mrs Ann En-rltsh.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Ann
English, an estimable Christian lady,
and wife of Mr. Roy English, died
suddenly at herb?me, near Mountain
View, iu St.itford, aged ?? years. After
eating her dinner she Rat down in a
chair to d ) some sewing. She com?
plained of a pain over her left eye and
death ensued in a short time. She
leaves a husband and four children.
Sabsof Caroline Tobacco.
On the loose tobacco breaks at Shoekoe
Warehouse, in Richmond, Mr. F. E.
Shunian of Dir ohne county. Va , sold
his sun-cured tobacco as follows: MA
pounds at #20, 680 pounds at $".'(), 680
p muds at $15, making an average of
#18 19%, Mr. 0 B Cray sold 4".".
pounds at #','4 and ISO pounds at $18.85,
making an average of #18 Mr, W T.
Uarueal sold 70 pounds at #15.
Passed Their 83rd an<] 85th Md.- Putti
Cap'. H. S DogRott was out again
yestei.iuy. He is looking well for his
age having celebrated his 8trd birth?
day on Thursday, May 11th. Me receiv?
ed many congratulations and good
wishes from his friends who are many.
Mr John J. Young was 85 year old
list Saturday. He was at his d?sk iu
his oih.ee yesterday attending to busi?
ness and said that while he does uot
feel as spry as he did years ago his
health is good.
Tetter, ?alt-Rheum and Ecsema,
The intense itching and smarting in?
cident to these diseases, is instantly
allayed by applying Chamberlain'? Eye
aud Skin Ointment. Many very bad
cases have been permanently cured by
it. It is equally efficient for itching
pile? and a favorate remedy for ?ore
nipple?, chapped hand, chilblains,
frost bites and chronic sore eyes, 26cta.
per box. For aale by M. M. Lewis
Iutescsli k l'roiv. il agi o! the Olil Veterans
at Chariest? ti.
Charit si in, s O, M iy 10 Al the
nnni m of i oited Confed?rete Vetenna
lut! m? presented by ?Qen.
Stepben D. Lee, looking to accept?
ing the suggestion thrown out by Pre?
sident McKinley in one of his reoenl
Southern speeches, thai the general gov?
ernment should take OST? of the graves
of the ('eiiii*derate d??a<l. as well as those
who fell on the other side weT, on ob?
ject Mil, referred t? the oommittee in
The parade ..( th? veterans ooourred
Wednesday afternoon, and they march?
ed through a dense crowd of chewing
people, i.e.i by Cens Cordon and
Wude Hampton, a 1 ing line of grizzled
men who had fallowed these leaders
and the othei Oaptaiui of the Confed?
erate armies though four years of bard
ship and batt:,. marched sturdily under
the bler.ing southern sun to tin? In?
spiring strains of "Dixie," if the
"Bonnie Bine Klag," and of the ir?
relevant hut irrepressible "There Will
Be .? 11 ?t Time in lie* ? 1.1 Ton a To
,"i vi: : K!; \s> in* PAl
Including the km.lie.I orgitnizttinns
as guests there were probably .000 m
une. probably *'* ""?| of them veterans
in.. State division from Virginia
w ?s undoi -.?en Brander,
l'Rl'ISl if*- PART IN REUNION
: a iei Ii ileigh anchored nfl the
battery, il!?'ss**,i m bunting from rail
t.? m itntruck Ad tlay a n el of 1111 ill
plied t her, carrying visitor?,
and ('apt i* ghlon and hisullioers have
beiii busy -h win*.' th?. handsome little
orusier th.it helped Dewey win the bat?
tle .?f Mauil. ?:.. 1 -!*:?? of the
The reception t . the ship 00 urteil
iis morning 13 ipl Ooghl tu re?
ceived the visitors, ami after in ?*x
change the little fleet
-t .? n. d up tin- Inn ' .?i to the booming
guns of a shoo battery, while the lia
leigh returned the salute Afterward
th" Raleigh'? Hi en were entertained
at a r?ception and a lunche ?n it the
Cur ?lina \ it, lr Club,
SONS T ', : Tl R W .
The f .uith annual convent i in 1 i the
t ' 1 : 1 rate V* terena mel Wed
.. , but little bu-nie-*- ?>? 1- trans
.. t. 1, the - -?ion being devoted t>>
preliminary v\ irk of organization Ser
eral apeeones of welou. were made,
??ml Commander Smyth and Mr. II
K l. e, Jr., of Fairfax, Va , matte
inipr iiuptu adilr? -
Chariest? n, s 0 , May 11. ISIW
The Veterans In Id bul one -?
which was opened with prayer
by Rev l?r .1 I' Smith, ol St ne
i**k- m's -1 iff, and -h >tt?y after
n?,m, gave way to the Winuie I ?v 1
rnemoi ul 1 aereo lusion
of which an adjuurnment until 10
o'clock to-morrow waa taken Tin?
mini un emenl th it Gen Joe Wheeler
a 1- ? spe.ik filled the an litorium and
th** hi to 1 tw 1 wan w is giren a r ins
1 n k recepti n by the immense audi
Th.? ?i? i..g.it. - an 1 risil ? ?
the afterttaoii to ex?'ursions to near-by
resurta, trips il 101 the bay, and ? .
functions, and tonight a oonoert was
given at the Auditorium, where a en
perb choir and orchestra rendered a
pr gramme ? f S mthern war songs
Th.?* electi >n of Hi ers will occur to?
morrow 1 ?en John 1. (.. r.l n has
no opposition tore election asC mtnan
d.-r-it:- bief and his election probably
will be unanimous
The recommendations of thememben
for the committee on credentials ami
r? s lotioni wei I for On this
committee and tbe committee on ?-re
dentials 1- (?en. Suth Boiling? ' f Vir?
The oommilti e t 1 wait up ?n th?
LETTER FROM OEN. 11!/. LEE.
'Hi? following letter from ?en, Fita
I,.*.. ?,?. ,
"lam obliged for your kin?! and
complimentary lette* I do not know
of anything that wonld imv? me greater
pleasure than to h" al the reunion in
Charleston, tmr my dnti?es, however,an
so pressing that I fear I will not be able
to leave, if only I lys Then,
1 think the quarantine regulations
wonld prevent me from g.-ttmg to
Charleston or any other Southern j? rt
in May. 1i 11 see, after these quaran
tine laws en in force, we Cubans are
supposed to bave yellow fever, ?-mall
P'ix and all othei ind we are
set down as n it being pr p r p
for anybody ? with until the.
grey frosts overspread the land "
OVATION TO JOE WHEELER.
The feature of I ? -i n w,i
Oen Whi ? lei '- addresi and tn>*
that attended his introduction w.is , ne
of frantic enthusiasm. Advancing t*.
the front of th? platt ?n, Gen i ; ird n
held np his hand and *h ilute silence
held upon tin- vast audience as h ? -?ni
"C inr id"-, I hive )i?-re i r.-:il treat f??r
you. If I should ?tell this convention
there is here th ? hero of S ml iit?
(?en Cordon oould get no further A
wild burst if applause thundered forth,
rebel yell? split the air, and hits, canes,
and handkerchiefs were waved as the
great an lienoe r -?? to its f.*et. Finally
securing quiet, ?Qen Cordon -p .ke of
Qen. Wheeler as "the man wlniat San
tiigi held to the front place the army
and tl >g of Amerioa " Again the ap
plause thundered out, ami rising, the
assemblage continue I cheering until the
was one of the wildest that his
ever marked a reunion. Proceeding,
Cen Cordon declared Wbeelet as one
?.f ' 'the wiliest wisardi of the Confed?
eracy," and then repeated theapochry
phal st?ry ?if the famous little e.ivalry
in m when at Santiago he exclaimed, as
the Spani-h lines broke: ''Forward,
boys, th(< Yankees are running," and
again the applause broke out.
The audience ran as Cen. Wheeler
stepped forward, apparently much af?
fected. Me wore a blank Frinofl Albert
suit, with badges <m saeta lapel of his
coat. One was yellow, by enanos, and
the other was red. Me spoke deliber?
ately, calmly and clearly, the audience
giving him close attention. Mis refer?
ence to the general sorrow caused by
the death of Winnie Davis effected
many to tears.
In concluding his address, (Jen.
Wheeler paid an eloquent tribute to the
women of the Bontb and the pirt they
bore in the war and the dark years that
"See to it," said the General, "that
the women of the Confederacy have, in
their posterity, a monument more last?
ing than any that could Is? built of
stone. ' '
He closed amid much applause, ami
the orchestra played "Am-rica. "
I'KESRNTATION OF SH.K FLAG.
Then occurred oneof them ist pictur?
esque incidents of the session, (?en
Cordon arose and advanced to tho front
of the stage, followed by ("en Wade
Hampton, escorted by Col. Holmes aud
Maj Barker, the former bearing a
beautiful silk fl?g, one side of which
was the battle Hag of the Confederacy
and tl e reverse the State flag of South
Carolina. In a few well-chosen words
OoL Holmes presented the banner to
Qen. Hampton as the gift of the Daugh?
ters of the Confederacy of Charleston
to thb United Confederate Veterans.
Turning, Gen. Hampton presented
the flag to Gen. Gordon, whu accepted
it with a graceful little address. H?re,
as on all occasions when he appears,
Gen Hampton was greeted with tre?
mendous applause, the old veteran of
the famons legion that bore his name
being the idol not only of his State,
but of the whole South. Iu presenting
the tilg Gen Hampton also resigned
aa Commander of the Army of North?
ern Virginia, saying he would serve in
the rank? as a private. He gave a? a
reason that his declining years and
physical weakness rendered him unable
to give to the office the attention and
wona^s Progressive Sfiaws
Ml SKI M. MBNAGERIK A N I ?
TKAINBD ANIMAI, BXHIB11 [< iN
i.aki.k- i, m? ii t i' i*i>r
Free street Parade al 11 M n n
Satnrday( May 20
SATURDAY, MAY 20.
PRBDEK10K8BI KC, VA
energy it demands Many uf th* rei
??latiH were visibly alle-ted al the Hen
eral'? words, und for an Instanl abso?
lute Teure pn*\ .mi. d Then, a* it by
common Impulse they rose and oheered
lustily H iwnikT his thanks, lien
Hampton stepped back and loon after?
ward left the rostrum
WINNIE I'AVls MEMORIAL EXKRCISKS
Cen ?Cordon thi n ai non need tl at
the business ol the convention would
be suspended for tbe Winnie Davis
m**m ?ni?! exercise? By tin- tun. nesi
ly all .if tbe sponsors bail arrived, and
With the presen,??? .if hundreds ?f ladies
iii tbe boxes ami on the floor, the great
auditorium presented a gay seene I*'.?r
tbe tune being the enthusiasm that
had marked the -"ssi ?n gave way to an
impressive h?leme as tbe ..l?l Veteran?
iisteiitil tu el. Tient tribute* t ? the
memory uf the Daughtei .f the il m
in opening the exereisee, Cen u.?r
don naid :
"My oomndes, we approach a si Unin
11v which will awaken in every heart
th?' sweetest, tenderes! recollections
that have stirred ns for manv days We
are about to give ourselves th?. melar
??holy pleasure ??f again honoring a
-w??*t W"inan whose memory will al?
ways live m every Confederate hon ???
II?? them asked Bishop Capers to de?
liver a prayer, an.I when the !
concluded, (?en ti.ird.ni intr.-.lu red tie
orator of tbe oonaston, i'?'l ttennel M
Y??ung, ??f Louisville, Col Young's
eulogy wan a masterpiece nf lendei
eloquence, and tunny person? in tbe
andieuoe wen visibly affecte?! a- he
dwell upon tlie p?aos which Miss Davis
held in th?? h>?artt? ami bom
I he Southland Th? Louisiana Clee
Ulob then sang ''Nearer My <?
Thee," and al tin- oonolusion ?f th?
hymn, (i?'n I,???' arose and -nul that
tur many year- Mrs Davis had been
unable, owing t.i ill health, T
tbe reunions of the asssooiation, tin
t'iat .?n tin? oooasion ?h?? waerepresent?
ed by Mi-? Waller, of Mississippi A
i .en Lee bowed toward ber Mise Waller
?r* s.* m lier bol and reoeived the salute
??f the andieno?
VOTE Of TBAMKM rOR THI NORTH.
This closed th?* exercises, and ? m
tuent ??r en latei Mr 11 A Loekwood,
?if Mobile,Ala., ar??se ?and moved that the
??*invention express it deep appre? latii n
nf those "cbivalrlo and tender people
nf the North who had ministered with
tender care to tbe last hours t f the
Daughter of the Confederacy. "
(Jen. (?ordon put the motion, and the
affirmative nspoOM was ho h'-arty that
he did not ask for a negative rota.
Mij William M Bobbins, t!.
federate member ??f the Gettysburg Na?
tional 1'ark OommiMloo, ami ex-Con?
gressman from Louisiana, i 1T?-r?-il a
resolution ???.?ntially endorsing all proj?
ects fur permanently marking the Lit
tlefields, including the Fredericksburg
aud adjicent battlefields.
IKFPKRSON DAVIS1 MONUMENT I Sil
The report ?d the Jefferson Davis
monnaient oommittee, whicb was sub
nutted today, indorse? the suggestion
that the task of the completion of the
monument be turned over to the
Daughters of the ?Confederacy The
report ?how? the oommittee now has on
hand $19,869 It urges an active ami
aggressive movement for the oompletion
of tbe proposed monument at Biobtnond,
ami that the oommittee bai ooneloded,
from the ill-success which It? efforts
have met with, that th.?operation i f
the women of the South Is absolutely
- ?ry if the project is to I
Under suspension of the rule-, the
monument committee's r?-p .rt wa
adopted Tbe report of the credential?
committee als?? was adopted, ?iff.
t.ri.f disons?! n .?ver the representation
t be allowed the Paoific Hope, It was
decided not to allow the notion any
representation. The report showed
1,728j delegate? present, representing
THE CLOSING WORDS OF OEM. ???iK
On Wednesday, Cen Cordon
his speech, opening the reunion, with
th'-s?' word- :
''I feel empowered by y ? ?tir oonfl
dence to send to every patron in every
-ect nui and state the fraternal greetings
of this convention and o? the whole peo?
ple, to pledge in the name of every son
and daughter of i.federates tbe
soufh's eternal loyalty .to every can*-?'
for tbe uplifting of American man?
hood, the perpetuity of Amerieaa free?
dom, the unity of tho American peo?
ple, that by all these agencie? w? may
ao?lerate the onward inarch of the re
public in its benign mission to hu?
MKS. JACKSON INTRODUCED
Mrs. Stonewall Jackson was Intro
iluced by (>eu (Jordoll As Mr- .1 Bel
son stepped to the platform the vete?
ran? went wild with enthusiasm.
(?en Cordon ?hooted, "I ?mi going
to hup her, " and caught herein his
arms and pressed her to his bosom
Many distinguished officer? and pri
vates were next introduced
DamtReby Llgtitnlo* Death of Mr-, Hutt
(Correspondence, of The Free Linee )
Montrer, Vs. May 11th, 1809
This section was visited by a sevore
storm Mouday last, accompanied by
hail. Lightning struck Mrs. Win. M.
W ilkei'ri dwelling and demolished a por?
tion of the chimney. Several telephone
pole? near Moutross were Strunk and
Mr?. Molly Hutt, residing near B Ml
End, and widow of the late Steptoe 1).
Hutt, died Monday last. The inter
meut was made in the cemetery of the
M. E church, at Moutross
Mrs Susan Rock and Mrs. Annie
Ficklin, of liitwa?t m, Lancaster coun?
ty, sister of the deceased, attended the
Mrs. W M Walker left yesterday,by
steamer, in company with her brother,
Hon. W. W. Walker, for Baltimore
Miss Hose Porter and Miss Lena
Harvey are visiting in Washington,
this week, and will remain until the
Fur over fifty Y?ars
Mr?. Window'? Soothing Syrup has
been u?ed for over fifty year? by mil?
lion? of mother? for their children
while teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pains, cures wind colic, and
Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea It
will relieve the poor little sufferer im?
mediately. Sold by Druggists in every
part of the world. Twenty-five cents
a bottle. Be sure and aak for ' Mr?.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup,"
810 Main ?Street.
(Sebroo's Uld Stand).
A few price? to boom business dur
lug the ?lull season
Prune? to pound
Plain ami Mivd Candy 7a lb
Large b >\ Lye Ha
Lump Starch to, lb
Alabaster Starch, with Blueing and
Wsi le paokagn,
('..in Boaroh k
Large boxes Matches He dosen (8 donen
? in Wash t? ?rdi Ho
Clothes Pins lo dosen
Cobbler'? sil??* Kails *:?? bos
i . bottle.
Envelope? Be paokage
Paper ;t ami lo quin
Armour's Key Soap I I
1 ? ii Favorite Soap, I : In- f. ?
i m* .?n i] i .\ u reasoned soap and
only limited quantity m stuck and
cane *t be sold again al th?* price
id bargains in
I In ware, |)t\ ( I.I-, Notions, Etc,
Country merchants v.ill do well to
gel ?.m ligure? to the trade before buy?
Don't forget the place,
(Sebree's Cld Stand i
Grocery Store, k
\ ni ?A ni find NEW urn i|?s H
thai m ill SI l r vu. al l'idi ?KM M
th it are very I,' ?A KCR I ML
? ? txj
f*r '*?? ft
RI ?. k IV : -
Silver " " 10
r.\ ap irat-ed Apples i :
l'eachre l '
\N hile Cherries 30
i tanned l'omatoefl Inc.,
" Pine Apple
' ' ?Corn, French at
K.lled Oats p.r lb
Quaker 0 its, pa. kage
? iranir.'s, per dozen
REMEMBER, I SU.I,
Best Goods S
l'armlnar New* -Pleaianl Entorlaln
0 rt. upondenoe of The Free Lanoe.
Milford, Va., May 11, I8W
The protracted dry ipell of the poet
fonror five ?weeks wai very injurious to
the ?wheat and gram orops,ooming an it
did at the very time they needed
rain most. It also oauaed ivnsidera
bi" delay in planting oorn, mnoh of
the land being too hard and dry to plow
but we in having a ptopitiooi ieaa ?
now and moat of tne seed will
In* m the gronad in a few days We
aie also haviiiK a favorable season for
preparing tainaooo for market, ami
"Caroline's onrreney" is beftinning to
move, S.mi" farmers hav ? lobaooc
plant- large enough to transplant.
Mrs Julian (?oil ns Informally en
terrain. ?I a I w of In r friends at her
home last Friday evening, from 9 till
11. 'l'h ?-?? presen I best-dies Mr. and
Mr-, o .Ut- mata Misen Belle Bootl
Ali .i? Borke, Jennie Williams, Beniah
Collins, Jessie Lyll, Ali? Lyeli and
Marv Se.lt, Mrs. Arthur L.v.?ll,
Ml sen. K. (?. Allen, Arthur Lvell.
J. A. Boott, Arthur Allen .Walter Soott,
Arthur byell. Jr . W. H Bohalta, .1
A. Blanton, K A Schultz and 0. Ii
Dickinson. While the rest of th.? oom
pany Indulged in social pleasures,
Mosers. Schult/. Blanton and Dickin?
son, with llrst and SOOOttd violins.banjo
and vioiinrelio, disoonned pleasing
riielodies. Delightful refreshments were
served in abiiinlance during the even?
ing and were am >np the chief f.Mtuns
Rev. R Melville Dowley, pastor of
HowliuK Oreen and Upper Zlon I'M
tist chnrnhos, left yosterday for Louis?
ville, Ky , where he noes as a delegate
to the Southern Baptist Convention.
Mr. K L Williame, of Baltimore,
Md., is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs J J, Willtaiiis.
Mr. W. Ii. Shepherd, wh?) was pain?
fully hurt by being thrown from his
horse lust Saturday, is mueh improv?!
end will be out again in a few days.
Don't forget to pay your Oity Licence.
Monday is tho last day to save discount,
? per cent penalty after that.
tells a story that
women will re
of monthly suf?
fering just be?
fore and during menstruation?a
story of aches, darting pains, torture
in back, head, limbs and abdomen.
will cure these sufferers?regulate
their menses and drive oat all "fe?
male troubles." Druggists sell It
for $1 a bottle,
res siuDrauj eiouulto? co.. i u?k ?&
Chancellor <S Rawlings,
FARMERS SUPPLY STORE.
' - -a?-*?--- . ??r-? \
- --. i x f*7 r
I rack. a^^?P*c^_ ??
lu fact we arc here ! With the
HARVESTERS and MOWERS for the season of 1899.
Tue recognized perfect Machine for Whe it and Hay Grower
There are other machines in the market, but there is but one McCormick
Machine, and that is the best made or sold.
We want every farmer interested in saving their wheat or hay crop to In?
vestigate the advantages of these celebrated machines and do themselves
justice in getting a McCormick Harvester or Mower for 1899, for while the
machines are the best made, the prices and terms are always satisfactory to
buyers. There is no disputing the fact that we sold more " McCormick" ma?
chinen last year to the farmers in the surrounding counties than were sold of
'ill other makes combined. This is a startling fact, and there is a reason for
it, it is the best and most satisfactory machine made or sold.
We refer to tbe following farmers who bought McCormick Machines last season and
wIki are thoroughly pleased in ?wry respect :
W. II. Kmlu.'V,
-I. II. Riley,
-i. I,. Danavant,
A. V. Smiih,
Jas. E. Garrett,
M B. iiowH,
A. K. War-,
.1. W. Blackley,
W. II. Johnston,
?. W. Cropp,
E. S. Woodville,
W. A. Clarke,
J. W. Chilton,
It K. Guy,
X. If. Honey,
W. II. Beflin,
T. A. Hani.,
?' W. Knight,
Allan B. Smith,
II. W.K.I wards,
B. P. Taylor,
A. B. Potts,
an I many others tho year before.
REMEMBER THE NAME AND PLACE,
CHANCELLOR <& RAWLINGS
FARMERS' SUPPLY STOKE
CORRECT SPRING STYLES
In Wool Dress Goods, Silks, Wash (ioods, White (Jo?.?Is, Millinery QoodSyJfens, Vontha
and Boya ('lothin:;, ?It. The largest and most complete stock of desirable goods to select
from sver Been in this market. Everything new. No room in our store for old styles. None
!>ut the newest and most desirable productions allowed to enter. No advance in prices ln-re.
Everything cheaper than ever. Over five hundred ladies attend onr spring opening fron
whom were heard hundreds of expression of admiration No trouble to make s good selec?
tion from this stock. Com.?, if you can reach us, if not send us your orders.
T. N. BRENT.
While Early Vegetables are Scarce
Supply your needs in canned vegetables at BRANNAN'S.
Standard Early June Peas
Fancy Maine Corn
Boston Baked Beans
Tho nil i'*., cfinm-<i t;.mils arc all ? I hi qoMtiosAl '?' ? htiMter, ?.ml ?-vi-iy pn in t< ??! sstartd that they
axa tfottini*: high grad? ir iodi at eorr?Mt i?i
W. L BRANNAN.
" It Pays to Buy the Best."
?????? '' ? ?.' m ? ?? ?? ? ??? ??? ?? ? '?? ??i ?? ? ??????? ?? ??????? p., m ???? ???? ?????? ?!? ?1 ? ?? ?? 111 1. ??*^?w?
AUK THE BE8T.
The best goods are the cheapest in the end.
DECKER & ALRICH
(.*n soil you tho Oonuino Malta Plows, M tita Bull Todguet
Coulters and Shovels. Call and see the DEBRING [DEAL BINDER AND MOWER before
We flfivn ynu a nix mouths' t-rnarintee
I from fhe taamataHtOtJ on every refri-uer- |
| ator fr.>m $'.' Ii!? up Doo'l luiy uuiil you |
) m i'ur lines. Manufacturer'!! Aleuts.
REMEMBER, we have the NEWEST DESIGNS OF MAT?
TING that have ever been shown in Fredericksburg, and at LOW
918 MAIN STREET, FREDERICKSBURG, VA.
W. A. BELL & BRO.,
Flags fur Public Kuildlag?.
Yesterday four handsome ft*g poles of
galvanized Iron, one each on the city
Hall, Court House,Public Schooi build?
ing aud the Colored .School building,
were put In position as ordered by the
City Council, ander the supervision
of Councilman George W. Wroton,
chairman of the Public Property Com
mittee. The flags will be raised later,
a suitable program will be arranged for
the occasion, and there will probably be
Dr. Oady's ?Oonditiou Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in bad
oonditlon. Tonlo, blood purifier and
Termifoge. They are no? food bot
mediaine and the beet in use to put ft
hone in prime condition. Prioe ?ifi
cent? per package. Kor sale by M. M.
Festival at Massaponax Church
The Ladies' Aid S?>ciety of Massaponax
Church, in Spotsylvanla.gave a atoti ?'?i
joyable festival Wednesday night, which
was attended by a large crowd Charming
musio was rendered by members of the
society and th? church yard was pret?
tily lighted with Japanese lanterns,
(.?nite a handsome sum was realized
Among those present were Messrs.
Ouarles S Bradley and John B Jones,
of this city._
B"d Hot From Tbe bun
Was the ball that hit G. B Stead man
of Newark, Mich., In the Civil War.
It caused horrible Ulcers that no treat?
ment helped for 20 years. Then Baok
len's Arnica Salve cured him. Care?
Cuts,Brnises, Burns. Boils Felons,Corns
Skin Eruptions. Beat Pile cure on
earth. 2-5 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed
Sold by M M. Lewis, Druggist.
Wheat, H to ii8 ; corn, 38 to 40, meal 85
to 90 per 100 pounds ; oat?, 27 to 30 ;
! turkeys live, 7 to 8cts. dressed 11 to 12 ?old
j fowls (live), 6 to 6,4 ; spring chickens.
20 to W ots. per lb. ; lard, 7
to 8 ; eggs, 10 to 11 ots. ; butter
15 to 20; hams, 9 to 10, Irish
potatoes, 80 to 90; sweet potatoes,
Th? Or Ala Markst.
Chicago?Wheat, May 99', Julv
I 70; Sept. 6?"'? ; Corn, May 824 ; July
i ;?;i-, ; May oats, 26.
New York?Southern wheat, 75 to
80 ; Southern oorn, 40 to 42
Baltimore - Southern whe-t, 70 to 74 ;
! Southern oorn, 40 to 41.
Riohmond-Wheat, 70 to 75| oorn,
42 to 43
I Alexandria? Wheat, ?W to 70 ; oorn,