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SA Ti K JAY.U'I.Y 22. 18?9
, Lutered at the PostolBoe at Fredericks
burg, Va., M Seoond. olaat matter )
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Headquarters for Building latei
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U u-s and Putt i
F ir further par:
JOHN r. KNIGHT.
Isaac H1R311, Fin i
Merchant? ft Mecha A .
j? 17 ?m trg V ?
$a6,5oo. To Loan. 52<> 500.
THE ENTERPRISE BU
i ; N
HOtl u] . m city ,
HIS Main II
The Big Fire al H .
-' Residents of lh< in*y that
amount throngh F..
ui ell the
w a- M r
Knighton'a Resi :
1 he I o- (gift It : . . .
Carried H . v His
r pie in the Uonntrj
tbcii Pr. 1
- for ..tie- etc :
uisn s nm
1 \ : 1 i 1 Va.
GIVE MEA CHANCE
I ' estimate ano
kind of building r repair w< tk y .1
want d aie either m town or c iniitry
AU work entrusted to me will
in a thoroughly
aud 111 qoickett tiini Plans
and specif! > r any
F. P. STEARNS.
? r and Bu
S. Sydney Bradford,
The ' nl] REAL ESTATE
AGEN 1 AND Ali TIONEER ii
atickabnrg, Va, having c mplii
tlit- law? and regulations of the City and
State governing the same, Ii
t" list pr> perty of all V.U real
estate intrusted t 1 me foi sale will be
well described and tl
tlssd l.asy terms.
Office 908 Princess Anne Stree
Part :f Her 3r:.ir. Cr:p Burned.
Wednesday Mrs. John M Look,of Staf
ford .sutl'erred the loss of part of ln-r
wheat crop by fire MQ*-rs Th :
Reed were threshing it at the tin
the fire is Buppised to have originated
from sparks from the engine Several
stacks of wheat and els
amounting to probably 800 bushels of
the former, aud 180 of the latter were
destroyed, and tbe separator ol the
machine was also badly burned
Mr Ben Monroe Badly Hurt
Wednesday abmt noon while Mr
Benjamin Monroe, of Stafford, was on
his way to tbe quarry near this olty,
Mr. York's hurse. which he was driv?
ing, became frighteued and run away,
throwing hitn oat and bruising him up
very badly. He was unconscious for
tome time, but it is hoped his injaries
are not as serious as at first feared. Dr.
E T. Jett is attending him.
Two Yatching Parties
The "Owen Dillard. " Oapr H O
Kay ton, brought up a number of d<
from down the river to the District
(Jon fere nee of the Methodisl Epii
Oborch South, at King George O. H
While waiting for their return on yes?
terday, the "Owen Dillard" t ?ok two
yatohing parties, oocaposed of ladies
and gentlemen of this city, and teach?
ers attending the Normal, down the
river, one pirty Wednesday night
?ud the ( ther Thursday uitfht. On
both occasions a most enj lyable time
*.t an early hour Thursday morning
Mr. Lewis 0 Sale, a well known and
prominent merchant, at Gninev's, Car?
oline oonnty, and Miss Clara Bl nkley,
a popular young ladv of Spntsylvania
0 uuty, and youngest daughter of Mr
Jobo W Blackley, were married at the
Exchange Hotel here. The cerem my
was performed by Rev. Dr. J. S. Dill
aud, with their attendants, the bride's
brother, Mr. W. II P.lackley ;her si?ter,
Mrs. S. 0 BUydes, and her niece.
Miss Blaydes The young couple left
for Old Point on the Methodist exour
Sreelnl ?0 Tbe Flee L<n ?
Hob lacera II, the . r and
iutidr.l, dtad at Uubb's F-rrv N Y ,
today ag?*d 88 rears Ingeraoll was a
native of New York Sute.
Local and Current Commet-te.
i: ?? I. W I,.we, of Lonisa, w.is in
?\ yes) n lay
Mr. p l, w Green has returned
from a visit i , Sew ^ oik
D i' le aud Capl M B
returned from Ihe M,<u tatas
M rse -
Mi- and 1? >n ? Har?
rison are visiting friends aud relatives
in King Gi
At I?, sha, Esses o ?uuty, Willis
J It Moultoo, removed.
Beautiful ginghams, figured piques.
: ted muslins and wash
now !" iutf opened al
i lien v- i a.is appointed p >tt
St re.t?loncester conn
? Julius I,in Is
\ m ?rt i :. wot issued m
i is 'i Wm A
l.-kikdge, b -th
- Bi wn while wrestling
. . --t Whit ? at Mi
M ?lui au i lUgh
- 11innoh and
M - Garr?s m
I an out i h ^r
.. .-- lay with
its i this city.
? Ladies Muslin Under
iful New Garments just
? v Every gormeul a
- e them, a! 1
is 1 tin lagh
. he ? rgau
late on?'. Many ? ? : -
? ' ? _?
- i . injure theaight
it Tu- y are
t perfect Al;
ing Mi* Ln y
entertained the I
Hisses Carrie 1 U nun,
3Jesj>i k. Kite KisbpAUgh.Emilie
Mary E Pai
non, O c
o , an 1 V
-, p, i im 1) inaboe, > ?ti
.- : . -i ird.S ?' <,' linn
- I IV Til
h. f r feloi y
? . attempting t
. - H u rt ei
a It was Attoi
- eleotion a*
I i o w \
was a hung jury At tor
i van w? nt free
Uartin aud ryler flghl fa ?
gr wn warm in the county. Th
g sentimenl i r Tj 1er
stem fruu Frederinksburg
. I. 0 ?ghill, John T
k and The Free Lance represen
: ? ?,- d a- admtnis
? I ? i Bry uit, de ? ite i A; ?
l.i- ent -f Wm W
it ; up 'ii the
E Iwarda Monroe
? s, Wm H 1) u* u an 1 Jas 11
d up .i; the
: A K M mtleth and Thot J, Fines,
ibed witn I -1 T
lontiel ' . , Fines
M N no an qualifie 1 ai
? ? pea foi
Normal School Concert.
rt given by the tea hers ot
. nt the i ?i"'ri? House,
? n il. .'.under the direction
ne of the m is?
?-. ted wi'h a plan?
. Mit ses Be >.'? and Lewit, "Un
ing Me id iwt. " which w i
\ tacy," followed, be intl?
mng by M ? i Courtney,
rhen a !?? tit iti m by
Miss Gertrude ( Hynton i larni r, f
id 1 "B ib link. ' ' sung by
'h-- Ethel Thomas Lewit, uf Ace unao,
- vie eliclte i great
the Pal-* Moon. " a
y Mi-- O 'U:Mi-y un?l Prof
mnoh et'.i " ed The
by Mis- De kei
m muer Miss Garnet
B ant iful M on
light" with pleating effect Mr F B
e in "Memories" was
When th? last
namber, "Dreams, ' ?nun by Mils
darner ,w ?s ei?d?*d the audience sat ; till
f ?r a '. the toft
, fi !i from the 1-p-i of the
- ugi r. and were loth to end
Special Excursions t: Niagara Falls,
Person illy ? d exoara!
Niagara Full - will have Washington
.ti Tnursdayn July 27tb, Augn-t loth,
and 24th 8 | mber 7th aud ?1st, Oc?
tober or h aud 19th, 1899, at s rt. m
Round trip from Freden, ksburg -$12-,
children b tAeeo ? and 12 years of age
one half of this rate. Tickets good to
return on any regular train except the
limited exprett trains, and to stop off
returning at Huff alo, Rochester, Ca
naodaigua and Watkint Uleu. Limit
f >r the round trip ten days.
C 0. Cox,
Change of Schedule.
Owing to accident to the steamer
Westmoreland the Weems Steamboat
Co. will resume ?-ohedule of March 10.
The steamer Essex, from Norfolk, ar?
riving here Mondays and leaving Tues
days for Baltimore, will be dicejn
The Methodist Excursion.
Bit hundred people went from here
on tha Methodist excursion over the R.
F St P. aud (J. He 0. Railroads to Uld
Point Thursday. Many were added
?long the route until the number on
board was swelled to 1,000. The train
was divided into two sections at Dos
well, as one engine could not haul it
Everybody enj tyed themselves. Over
|800 net was realized, which will be
need for extension of the Sunday school
A Tender Flower Transplanted.
Celeste, the infant child of Post?
master John M. (?ritlln.aged 18 months
died* sudoeniy of cholera infant urn,
Thursday eveuiug. The funeral took
place from St. Mary's Catholic church
yesterday evening at 0 o'clock.
Mis. Heiser Critically 111.
I'i c tiditioii of Mrs. Laura
is very critical. She has been
scions since yesteiday.
Ma?aneas Bone 5h:w.
The Horse Show ut M u
v- u was * ' Ig in ? si n t only in p
of attendance, luit in the dis pi iv "I
horseflesh and handsome rqnipai
The attendanc ? on the Qrsl -J ?v
ind on tic se tond o
While ?le re i- no si i b lhing a- pjii
known In the Prince William H<
it i on, it- me,'tin,' this yeai i
be not : . be pr< -n ??? of n
of the most pi minen) politb iuns
the St ite Vmong th
Tyler, md Man
Hon .1 hn F Kv id, Sp >aker of
M u-" .it 11 i longressm u
K Meredith, Hon Joseph i.uv
?lie c immonwealth ; 11
i U Til.-lier, of Fautjuier ooun
State I - ?n,i-, ,,t Riehm i
State s. aai ii "M mis, U untj l n ati
Wingfleld and Judge Wbil ?.< i
mnty ; II M. Miller, of Rappahanno
Ci 1 F 1) Cole, I , , -, I vler's It I
M B K iv. ?, M
. Senat i in 1 mi
Senat r M utin ?.^ ? nly present
tir-<f daT, bul Senator Daniel reman
i here Tbnraday, and with sevi
I'l lends and I ms, -p
I visiting the battlefields and
turned to Washing! m in 111
m ire th m .i
the I, in" ul Mr. J B
re he had spent the m,
aras i n: -r W 11 W M ran,
the ,1 urn il Hi iped on t
p ?sed ' -three cheers for Oov, Tyli
wh i will succeed Sen il r M irl
. nited Stati -
If I I! B
was nul i,
i rs in '
: an in'i
an 11 wil wiu
? My potiti n . .'.n, I t'nii
I am a w m m and hearty frien 1
Senator M irtin '-. an 1 I
be m ,in M the seal he has
Martm "I do not with t i nbtrn
my? If m ? ' '
out h?sitai I ha
Sen itoi M ?mu .-. inte
I'a-ln n .,
h indi a
, at t!
that is to ta
tbe "veteran iu H?n T. <
It w .
prominent Ittz -
! il! II :i I
m >n in Virgl i \\
I : . ' '
?V ' ?
Sh iw w is th- ho it i ov
hurdles by 1 tdies . Mr'
Frank Barker and Mr?. Blair J
tbe h .
win n u . It wa
when thi hurdle was ? i
though painful, Mr
c. II link imp ? ity, on hi
Mr Ii w ?- thrown I
' did n ' strike Mr. II
B th b irse and n ?er gol on their feet
The h irse v,w^ a ' it Mr Ilur
kamp had Injure l bil I
by a friend he walked to the
st ind and when bis I
and f i it < xamtned by a lurgeon it wa
foond thai hie toei w >s dial l
C if" i T' set and h
will be on orul bes f ir k vera] l lys
There wer,- ti v. ral ladies ol '
present, ai i mg them M issei Len
Rows and Lillian Montagne
Tne management of the Horse Shot
deserve great credit | r
the meeting, but we wool 1 lUggtlt tba
they make arrangements next rear t
! iwn the dost,
BeP,a- i? th" !i-t of prize winnen thi
Gut, 1 Sa - II F
Olass 8?One-year-old oolt, Sol T B
Rob -itson. I) : iplaiie.
.-- -I? Two-year < Id colt, St Luke
second. R. B Kilpy, Oatharpln
Class 6- Broodmare, Hunter?Cor
neille, W. G?lden Davis,Vernon
Dixie, W. A. Bookley, Gainesville.
i ?lass 19. Hunters and Jump ts M D
eh le, D .1 Mi ffet, Selon", Vi Per?
fection, Mrs U D, Benner, Warren
Class 10?Five-year- I shown
m harness, Pi eSilvei H, a H Lahe,
Class 11 ?Ladies' saddle horse ridden
by ladies, Dew Drop, }\ I). G/ibsoo,
Paris, Va. ; Lady H imney, 0 W. Smith,
01 ?ss 12?Highstepners shown in har?
ness, C. H. Smith, Seminary.
Olass 14?Prince William County
Green Hunters. foor*foOt jump, Long
Sh it, R ? II lydon, Bockland, Va. ;
Lady May, W. M. Buckley, Gaioei
Class 15?Pair coach horses over 16
hands, Hale and Garber, Nokeaville,
Va ; James R Carter, Warrenton, Va.
Class 88?Middleweight hnnters,Rns
seil. Miss R. Lern m, Welbonrn, Va. ;
Ri mano, A. W. L Trotter, Warren?
Class is?Pony jumpers, f
jumo, Aurora, 0 H. Smith, Seminary,
Va. *; Spoit, A. W. Herudon, Delap
Hackneys, stalli >n, Sir Roger, ex?
hibited by the Rocktnghara Hackuey
Horse Compinv, Harrisonburg, Vi
Half-bred hackneys, Vagab ?nd. ex?
hibited by W. A R ben, Washington,
Green Hunters' Searchlight, exhibit
tor. James K. Maddux. Warrenton. Va
Park saddl?, three year olds, Kath
lean, exhibited by L G. Gibson, Del?
Park saddK four year olds. ]\i^ Off,
exhibited by Willie?rletcher ft Son,Up
Park siddle, five year olds and over.
King Ge ?rge, exhibited by Hnrkamp ft
Green, Fredericksburg, Va.
High-steppers, Lorraine and City
Sport, exhibited by C 0 West, Balti?
Ladies' hunters, Monchers, exhib?
ited by J. M M tV-tt, Warrent m. Va.
Light weight himt'TS, J. K Mad?
dux, Warrenton, Va.
Sporting tandem, TitwUl-w and
R'?m -no, exhibited bj A W L Tr: t
, tei Warrenton, V ?
Hetvywe'cht heaters Ti will iw. ex?
hibited by A. W L. Tro'ter, Wan en
j ton, Va
| High jump, Leap Year, exhibited by
Ohinhester and Carter, I ? -' irg, Va
There a as also a m igntfli "ut i mi In
Against a Fopular '?'
lie- movement looking lotheeleotl n
f l ni ted Sute.-. Benatoi i'\ p pal u \ t'
was tested m the Richmoud D m
committee last Wednesday uight, when
to.? plan f 'i the primary, lo i - :
n< miuate l> m i ii io . in
didates for Ihe legislature, was .i. via?
up u The question ol puttli
names of < '? it, l'\ lor and 9 u it * M ir
tin as eenatorial aspirants on th?
an.1 thereby allowing the p?- >ple t ? iu
their oh nal r, bad
been w ?dely discussed in poll I icul cii
- m Rtohmoud, an I tin re w i- .i
keen interest fell in II.ill I
believed i bal this m ivemenl w oui.I g?i
o msiderable snppotl. bul ai
of the ten legisl itive candi l tti - ha ;
expressed themselves hi 11\ r of Mi
Martin for senatoi il a is hardly
i ii lught thai the p ?pul ?r vot? adi
would have i i sti ing a sapp 'it m the
? ? im m it tee Ten members ,,f thi
mittee voted t i pnl the names
-? nal trial .i pit ants i t.whih
f 'iirt.-eii Oppoaed li I he ir^-? -npp ?rt
of the p polar v te measure i- I ik.-n ti
indie ite the strei
il self and ?
teugth of tl
? \ i-, d ft m v ' ing on ll I
The v i a on thi rjui sti in was not a
teil m, audid it' -
ii fi iendi of Vj 1er ind M ai tin v ited n
em b side
? i iv Tj 1er asked what he thnu|
in , and w hat be w d
plii ,i ? W, I! 1 inr.liv ku iw ?
a see It was mnoui id in the
that inv name and Mr M irtin's
would be "ii the ticket, but i
i iwn and was o nsnlting
my friends with a view , t getting
things m -hap" "ii that Une, il
i that n ? dir. ?i v t.- w
h?d between Martin and myself, Why
A 1 11' |
t.n doing "i b .?-i ing
though, they i it
i tter to tiL-ht o? i
ity of th"ir indida ??- ( i Ihe H use
? us will be, pe? i for
them, but I
ti.iii i' mmiti ??? In C . I burs
d ly w .i- -, N't
? l lev.m and bii Wm ?!
a to Part?
i ine p o? t m the me ting ??
n .ti mal int
There is n i la 'k of i nthusi i?
w idespt pad and I hoi ingn It Is t
ry Si ite, and it Is ei
? ,| that when the imj
gins th- p n i
. ip tu meet I
\ H ;? :
! \ pr sy ir by regul u
N i ' i I) ik ? i.
i i-, ; ' ib, \ -i m inl
Ariz ma Mr Bl ? i
? i N'.-itli."
Carter II Harris a u >r J r Altgel i
There was harm u y am : ?? all th<
Tins i- tii" I )-'i:i , r r gran
lingl 'ti. It 0 Pul
who was pi
At ni^'lit th-r?- was i gri it mass
meeting, and w .1 Bryan wat the st *r
orat ?r 11 ab ml the
i ratio, bnt, though he - lid o thi
r it i ', he arg . r 1 ir iude
? , :i-'n Anti-imp? 11 ?
and ne!"] ?
i ipioos will probably I
ir. (rirm m'- ?
man, of Marj very
pr minent In ? mediation
I . Piedmont Alterably
i'h" Km mbly of the
? buri hes of the Pie Im Dt I I wl
be held on t h ?? i r grounds, near (J ?
. and con
tinning until (toga*! ?th.ii
ling progr im has been an
an 1 a numbi r of prominent mi I
will aasiat In the mi etins,
iing will I
Rev w ii Book The a
? lid pavilion and 1 ist y .
first meeting U und
? li"n many im| I - bare
been made in the gronndt, and m ?i
private ,: ig< - have been erected The
grounds ar?- In ? fine grove of original
?-?ks,and two or tbree excellent spntitf
furnish abundant water. Rev ?
Sbelbume, of tin? city, is exp i ted to
t ike part in the terri
A Lancaster Mar. Promoted,
Washington, I? ip ti
' the Riebmond Times says :
"Among the appointments of i
i-i the new regiments is thai of ft
Lient. Willard I). Newbiii. of the
Seventh Artillery, to be captain Cap!
Sewbill h a Virginian and was ap?
pointed to Weal Point f> .m the Kir
District. His father is Dr. W. J.New
bill, a prominent phytioian of La
t'-r Otpt.Newbill is one of t.'ie y?>ung
'. ere in the servi.? and a kl
graduated from th>- Military Academy
in 1897. He was appointed solely on
his merit*, being regarded as one of the
brightest young officers in th? army.
Special Excursion to Chautauu.ua N Y.
July 28th, 1899.
For the excursion train leaving Watb
ington at 1 :<'>'> A. M. mi July 28th.,
we will sell tickets on July J7th . and
for the 5:1 JA M. train on the 88th.,
at 113.00 for the round trip Limit
f ir return August '?"-th., ISI
(J. 0. Cox, Agent
Pur Over Fifty Tears
Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil?
lions of mothors for their children
while teething, with perfect swooostj. It
unit hes 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 oents
a bottle. Be 6ure and ask for ' Mrs
Winslow's Soothinsr Syrup. "
The 1'uited States .miser Olympia,
with Admiral Dewey aboard, arrived at
Trieste, Austria, on Thursday
Special ditpatobes announce that
Admiral Dewey and nine of his i fficers
will go to Carlsbald, Germany, to take
the core for gastric troubles.
As the result of a conference between
Senator Fairbanks, who has just re?
turned from Alaska, and Secret ?ry of
8 at* Hiy. it is stated that the (Jolted
States will not modify its petition in
regard to the Alaska boundary, and
will make uo concessions to Canada.
The Martin perp'.e in Richmond, as
a rule, are very angry beonu?? the
city democratic c mmittee refuted t
make provisions for voters t I express
their obolct as between Martin and
Tyler at the primary next Thursday.
There was no debate over the prop si
tton and the Tyler and Martin sym
pithi/.TS divided up Soma of each
faotion voted for and some against the
proposition. There is no question
about the fact of Mr. Martin being the
choice of the Richmond democrats
His supporters are extremely anxious t ?
prove thT the people here want him
to acre another term They wanted a
chin e t > m?a?ure stren?th with
opponents QrsM dbttatlsfaction with
the oommitt e's actp n exists n >w and
an effort is being mude to gel a meet?
ing to reconsider.
tfl? Man? Street.
ing t lie du
PI lin an I Mm lb
Lump Stan ii I" in
.\lal..i-t'i Starch, w .- ai ri
Wax le ?ii'k ?K" ,
i lorn Search i"
* b n?s M il
Envi L pea : pa ?
Paper 8 and ta quire
Armour'-. Key Soap i f
Our Favorit" Soap, I : ! u
This an old Well se i p and
only limited qo intity In ito \ and
lal bargains in
Tinware, Dry Goods, Notions, Et<
aotry merchants will do well to
: figures to the trade before boy
Dou t forget tbe pi ? i
Sebree - old Stand
FIGURE IT OUT.
A r\;i|i|V S?|\<;d
[s ?\ l"i'.i|i|_v Nfqde.
'.V.-.l 111 ik"
in tbe Gmci ry LI
I :. - of
? prices that are
The best braco
h th in quality and
The Fiutt l"',z ui Uolines
. . >w price,
? il let,
1 inned Fruits,
I ' ?lined Me its,
G il Dust,
w Mhing P iwder,
Laundry und Toilet
Ail at the Lowesl Possible
Pi ice. Batisfaction guar?
anteed i?i your money
Remember, I s^ll the- b"st at
Baled Hay, Mill Feed, Corn.
W. L. BURRUSS.
Sunday Scheel Conver.ti:r..
The Oosben Baptist Sunday Sohool
0 invention m-t at 0 mnfy Line church
on last Wednesday morning, and BOO
? m session tw i daya The dele?
gation was large, the congregations
Immense, and the pro? eedtngs were in
?ing and instructive
The body was organized by the elec?
tion of th" following otli-ers: Oapt
a. J. '?linn, of Prsdericksbnrg,Presi?
dent; J J Williams of MUford, Seo
retar?, and Oapi O, T, Smith, of
nty Lino. Treasurer
The various inbjectl were ably dis
I. and many valuable soggestions
submitted which will, no doabt, re?
sult in practical good t , the different
Dr J. W MoOown, it B iwling
Green, preached the annual sermon,
and because of its ability and practical?
ness, the (invention requested him to
furnish it far publication In the Relig?
Among the resolutions adopted are
By Capt. 0. T. Smith?"That this
cinvention regard it the imperative
duty of every member of the church, if
DOSSibl I, t ' attend the Sunday School
and t j engage in Sunday School work. "
By Dr. McCiwu?"That this con?
vention heartily approves the purpose
of the Sunday School and Bible Board,
10 cell ? Baptist State Sunday School
0 invention, tfl meet in the spring of
The peopl? of the C ?unty Line open
el their heat t s and homes t ? thi
vention, and it can be truthfully said,
that it was never more hospitably enter?
tained At 4 o'clock Thursday even?
ing the meeting adjourned, and the
delegates left for their homes.
The itsasnef Westmoreland broke
h r crossbeam last Monday in leaving
Leitch's Wharf, in the Patnxeut river
She arrived in Biltimore Monday and
was taken to machine works, where
the damage will be reparied as quickly
aspissihh The extent of the dam ige
cantil)', o- l?ame t, it is said until the
cyli.ide: h-tid has been taken off It
has b a decided to replace the disabled
vessel by the Essex aud Lancaster, of
the same line.
EES, Open and Top.
Two Car Loads Just Received
Chancellor <S Rawlings,
FARMERS SUPPLY STORE.
CORRECT SPRING STYLES
lu Wool Dress Goods, Silks, Wasli Goods, White Goods, Millinery Goods Ment Vota h
and Boys Clothing, &c. The largest and most complete stuck of desirable goods'to Mita
t ? "m t'Vi'i'M'i'ii in this market. Everything new. No room in out store for old styles. Non
inn Mi?- uewesl and mosl desirable productions allowed toenter. No ad vanea in prices here
KvHiything lii'iii"! than ever. Over live hundred ladies attend our spring opening from
n were heard hundreds ?I expression of admiration iNo trouble to make a ^oo<l salee*
i m thi% dock. Come, ?| j in can reacli ua if nol send as yonr ordert.
T. N. BRENT
It Heal 1 ! met! Valaet, we believe our Teas oome nearer aooompllthinK the abort result than any goods offered you
??t'- m Kredericksburg (Jar tali ;>? increasing and oat customers ure hecrm?ng hetter and better pleased
a iMi ? - ? supply tii'in with
' |l 00 Oh ... o . Choicest Oylou-India . 80
Ohoicett Uunpowder.. W finest Japan finest Blend (for lot Tea) . fjo
Choicest Unnpowder rO finest English Breakfaat SO ! Ohoicett Blend (for lot Tea) _ 60
finest 1 -r m . i I'.: toa , : net! ' '>-yl n-India
Our Teas art carefully selected, heavy bodied, sweet drawing, I fi igrant, and will undoubtedly da
light the m -'-t ikeptioal and ?tactlng tea-drinker.
" It pays to buy the best."
_W. L. BRAN NAN
Decker t Uriel
can sell you good
at reasonable prices. A
full liue of
OPEN AM) TOP BUG
AM) HURRIES on hand.
Give them a call.
We ?ive yun a ?ix nionthH' guami'? ??
from the nuinufaetury on ?very refrifter
at ? from (H 69 np Don't buy until you
s?).- our lines. Manufacturer's Agents.
REMEMBER, we have the NE WEST DESIGNS OF MAT?
TING that have ever been shown in Fredericksburg, and at LOW
W. A. BELL & BRO.,
^ is MA IN STUEKT, FKKUEKICK8BUBG, VA
c . o c b ?l
THEY ARE CHEAPER NOW.
We have not as large a stock of Summer Lawns, Organdies and P. K., ami thin fabrics as
ire had a month IgO, bul we have a choice lot, and have
Reduced Pricesto Make a Clean Sweep.
Shirts Waists from 25c. up. Crash Skirts from 29c. up. Our Millinery Department is com*
plete in Us Mid-Summer specialties, and solicit ? call and sure we can supply you with your
Dress Goods and Millinery at the luwest prices at
924 MAIN STREET. H 111-Oll ?.
The Vests Octtoo MU?, operated at
Charleston, S. O , with colored labor,
has made it-Oust shipment of goods
lines 'he machinery was started under
the reorganisation. The goodsmanufac
I are said to to be of a very high
lass and noality. The mill has only
been running a short time with colored
operatives and the president of the
impany, Mr. Montgomery,a practical
mill operator! says he has carefully
watched the work of the <? ?loredopera?
tive and is much pleased with what
has beenaeompli shed.
Wheat, SO to 65; corn, 43 to 45, meal 00
tOlOQ per 100 pounds; MtS, 27 to 30;
fowls (live), fi to 6'2 ; spring chickens,
0 to 10 cts per lb. ; lard, 7
to 8; eggs, 10 to 11 cts.; butter
l") to 20; hams, 10 to 11'.., Irish
potatoes, 50 to 00 ? b !, I to %U : veal
4 to i%\ Pork, 4 to 4'a ; hides
(green),6 to 7 ?hides (dry),8 to 10 ?hides
(gieeu) salted. 7 to 9.
Wool?Unwashed, 19 to SO ?washed
M to 2."i.
Tns oram Harktt.
The gTain markets oloeed yesterday
as follows ?
Chicago?Wheat, July 70; Sept. 71;
Corn, July ?2 ?'., ; May oats, 24.
New York?Southern wheat. 70 to
8; Southern corn, 40 to 41.
Baltimore -Southern wheat, IStO 70
Southern corn, 40 to 41
Richmond?Wheat, 65 to 72 ; oorn,
42 to 43.
Alexandria?Wheat, ?6 to 70 ; corn,
4^ *" 4L
[Mother and Babe
ONE but a mother knows the
pains, angubh and dread that a
1 woman endures before and during
childbirth. And still nearly all this suf?
fering it unnecessary. The faithful use of
: will in great measure overcome every
distressing symptom, and labor itself will
not be a very serious ordeaL Remember
that MOTHER'S FRIEND U an ex
ternal liniment that softens and relaxes
the muscles, and is not a dangerous
compound of opiates to swallow. Ask
your druggist for it or send price ($1) to
I? BSADflllD RtCllAIOl CO., Allait?. C.
Send for our fret Illastratt4
book, "Beior? Baby i? Bora."
? Ml ? HI H ? ? ?? ?. >M?
$2.50 Round Trip
? TO ?
Via R.. F. A P R. R-,
Train leaves limad and Hanoook itreeti
Monday morning at ?KB a m., stopping at ail
o stations between Richmond and Fred
trfcktburg, Including Alexandria. Return
inir le?M - Nintn and Maryland avenue,
\s tthtngton, IM - lny. Augutl -ih.nt 8
p. 111., -hin p,
ROUND TRIP FARE:
to Washington. tl 75
Kre lerlcksburg ta Washington.- l H
Richmond to rredertckibura. IS
Special ooachet for colored people.
rain oi shoe-, itch don the train
Plenty ot oars ana no crot ding,
THOMPSON, M1CMIU ADAM i,
The um Reliable Excursion Mai
wwm Of TUB !
The uniform examination of teachers
of the Public Schools of Spotsylvania
will be conducted at the Court Hi use
as follows :
For White Teachers?TUESDAY and
WEDNESDAY, August 1st and 3od.
For Colored Teachers?THURSDAY
and FR1LAY, Aognst 3rd and 1th.
Let all applicants who have not OST>
tifie i tes in foil force attend these exam?
inations. At same time and place ladies
wishing to attend the State FsflSSls
School at Farmville will be given op?
portunity to take necessary examination
for entrance. Exercises to begin prompt?
ly at 0 o'cl ck a. m.
L M SMITH,
Sopt. < Schools, Hardenburg, Va.
MissW. f. Schooler. Prlncloal, will reopen
on the 4th ot September, at FredertcksbUrg,
Va. Knifllsh t,rancho?. Including IllWier
Mathematics and tl.. lurht, liso
LATIN. I'KFM II and ORH l AN.
Miss S h '
papllt in roirular colleiriat' OOUrtt wlihu
view to graduation, and In this ,,t ?.
will lie ably assisted bj a soapetent Mini ei
Terms p.ivaliie monthly In advance. For
furth.r Inforniatloii aodress
MISSW f. SCIIOOLRIt.
Tne weems stsamDoat go.
?UMNBB AKRANURMKNT, 18SS
BALTIMOKK, PKKUKKIOKBBUKO AND
KAPFAHANNOCK KJVKK ROUTlf.
fin hi,.I alter I i ?lay, Mar?-h 10th. steamers
R.chmnnd, We?tu-.oreland and Lssex will
Usara Plerl I.>lit street, Baltimore, every
Tuesdajand Friday at *:.? p. m., for Fred
erk-ksliurg ami all wharves on the river.
Ki-turtiiiiK. will leave Frederick?tiurg at2JD
p, m. tule permitting.) Mondar, ana Tuurs
i?.. Leedstown st 4 3U a m., Tuesday and
Friday for lialtlmore.
Leave llaltlmore Wednesday, at 4:30 p. m.,
for Naylor's aud all wharves below, except
Bar Port. Returning will leave Naylor'iat
tJO a. in., on Thursday for Baltimore.
Leave Baltimore at4::*j p. m., Thursday.for
Tappuhannock and all wharves below except
May Port. Muient>e?-k and Merry Point. Re?
turning win leave Norfolk Tappahannock at
S a. m. Monday for Battit?
Will I. ave Tappahannock for Norfolk at 13
m. n? n Friday, ?topping at all lauding?.
Will leave Norfolk at >l P. ?a Saturday for
TappiiliHiui... k, oalllf at all landing?.
No freight received lor outgoing stttmtrt
after 4 p. m., on sailing dar?.
Freight received for all stations on Fo>
tomac, Fredericksburg, 4 Piedmont H. B,
POTOMAC RIVBR ROUTS.
Beginning Tuesday, May 30th, ?Warner?
Potomac and Sue will leave Pier W, Light
Striit, llaltlmore, every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, at 5 P. M. for Alexandria and
Washir gtoii, calling at all of the usual land
?rigs. Returning will leave '.th Strtet Wharf,
ngton,at?P. M., Tuesday, Thursday
and Sunday, goiugas far as Leonard town on
..nlngs. Will leave (?eonardlown at
a A M.. Kiusaleat l:::.*>P. M., Mil.ersat6 P.
M., Grason's at? P M. and Bacon's at T P. M.,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, arriving in
Baltimore early the following worulug.
Freight received daily in Baltimore.
Freight received dally at Pier 9, Light
HBNRY WILLIAMS. Agent,
at Baltimore. Md
dTBPHRN80N * BRO., Agents,
at Washington, D. 0
KKV CiIMPTON, Agent,
at Norfolk. Va
?T. D. SCOTT, Agent,
?? Frederick ?I'll r* v*
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
FREE TO VIRGINIANS
IN TH? ACADSMIO SCHOOLS.
l^ttora Helene? Law.Medicine.Kngln?**rli?g
gor eatatOfue address
' P II HABBINOBB. Chairman
ggaj 3U CkarlottMvUle, Va.