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burg. Va., as second class matter )
Richmond, Fredericksburg &
Schedule in effect May Jlst, 18W
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0. 0. COX, AgeIl(
Headqnarlers for Building Materials.
I kot>p all h
r, l'alcinv i* i~t.r. V .-?
1'uriH-ntltif, l>r> < : '
iii.i Putty,Farm W
In aains of $100 and apwarda n lirst
hens m Real Estafc
F ir farther partioal in ep]
JOHN I KNIGHT,
I8AA0 HI HSU, Fin i
If er?bante & lfecaaaioBiJ n & i. a ,
iel7*6m burs V ?
$26,5oo. To Loan. 52(> 500.
THEKNTERPRISE l'A !
money to 1 lan '<u their Ii
terms, in sum- 10 suit, fr m
Sl?" -i .
sl'J Mam .trei r,
Praderi ksburg, V i
It yon live in th> . di
y ur pr pi rtj is i
We make OOUNTRY PROPERTY a
Rowlett & ?oolrick,
B x 911 ' lift* B ?r- ?a Building
GIVE ME A CHANCE
kind of building or repair w ?k y n
want done either la town '<r country
Ali work entrusted to me will ht
In a thoroughly aatisi ictory manner,
and m qaiekeel time p ?sible. Plan?
and sp?cifications furnished for any
F. P. STEARNS.
Ooatractoi and Bnilder
S. Sydney Bradford,
The only licensed REAL ESTATE
AGENT AND AUCTIONEER la Fred
ericksburg, Va , having compiled with
the laws and regulation-"f the Uityantl
State governing the same, i? now read*
tn list property (if all classes All real
estate Intonated to me fot aale will be
well described and thoroughly adver?
tised. F.asy titnis.
Otlic?' 908 Princess Anne Street,l'r-<l
Urand Master Bailie Making Offlcia
W. H 15ailie, Grand Ifaatet Urand
IiOdge of Virginia, I <? 0 P., left
Richmond Sunday for the purpose of
visiting the lodges in Mathews. Ml
dlesex, Lancaster and Baaei He re?
ports the order iu splendid c ?oditlOB.
There is a steady growth in in
of the lodges, in new members and re
in-t itements. There are also many new
lodges in process of formation.
The following is a list of those who
paated tbe rece?? c?t? serrioe ezami
uation fOf p'st tie cl'-rk and letter.
i irriers in Frederiok?diurg with their
rating: Garriera?F D 15 >w
HO ?James G. Taliaferro, 77S5? Wil?
liam H. Goldsmith, 76.73; James T.
Jones, 7?? 38 ; W. II. Men haut, 71 85 ;
W. T Jones,; 1 80 ; Warren W. Lee,?:: is ;
William Sullinger, 78 80: Clerk?Vin?
rent G. Weaver, 81 ?36
The following have been appointed
from those who pissed theexamiuati o
F. D. Bowes.W. H. Goldsmith .carriers,
and James T Jones as substitute, and
Robert J. McDonntll has been trans?
ferred to the ( trrier list from the cler
i?al force of the pout ottice.
Death ol Mrs Margaret Payne.
Mrs Margaret Payne, an aged and
esteemed woman, died at her home, in
F a! month .Sunday morning at 9 o'clock
and was bnried yesterday ?*"'?
Rev. Decatur Edwards conducting the
service She leaves six grown children
to mourn their loss?Mrs. Kobert !>?
Shields, of this city ; Mr Roy I'ayne,
of Washington. D O. ; Messrs Robert,
(J.'orge and l<eney Fayue and Mrs Vir?
ginia Humphreys, of FUmouth.
Friday and Saturday Seashore Excur?
Commencing August 4th, and con?
tinuing until September t?th. special
exoursion tickets to Atlantic City,
Cape May, Sea Isle City and Ocean
City will be sold Fridays and Saturdays
for trains leaving at 5 12 A. M. and
10.38 A M at ??'. 80.
O nid t?i r? turn until and ii cl ding
the Tuesday followlrg date ?if sale.
C C Cox, Agent
Local and Current Commect??.
A Une rail fell lore Su ?day after?
afta?] Emma Walker la vieil ng
friends in Washington.
There was a pleasant change in tem?
p?r?t ce here yesterday
Mrs K it? ?' irv. t Bait im ire, is u>
iting Mi-? M.itti?- Voung
Mt F T ?ovey i r Saturday for
Baltim ?re on business
Mr Oharless s Bradley Bpenl Bun
day .\ ith friends in Kiohmond.
i mes' mid iu this issue All
summer i: ? ?Is t i h" si -riti- 'd
M-.ss Ln v Tansill has returned from
B Visil ? ? k* to Atlantic City.
Miss w >?ti?'y s. ?tt Embrey i- rery
t at her home in
Whitehouse, ol tin?
ts the guest ol relatives in King?
M? -t- Daniel K illins and W A
? \ were in
the . ity ye.ten. ?v
Mrs i;- : ? i '' irr. of Rii bmond, is
her relativ- , ?apl S ?
?i, m Staff >rl
li? v Y Vrmenl r il ; i' un \
Choren Sunday m >rni
M ?wter K I" tl St iiiard Bur?
Baltimore, i- visiting the family of
Mr Win L Bradbury
Mi.. Lizzie St me ha? returned from
rersl we>eka tu relatives and
Two i >ws belonging to Mr A Hans?
: Car hue oounty, gave birth to
twin calves last e
Mis ,1 hn T Leavell and son Har?
are ??he gn
Mr and Mr-. H Frank Jones
Mr W 11 11 ? ? ?
: i, w is a v,
l r ai i'"." Fi?e La s iturd iy
Mrs w .! Morton, of Tappahan
is visiting h'-r parents, Mr and
Mr- Powhatau M m? ove in s; ?
? - . . . family h ?vi
The Bluffs' at Bar
.1 . wh.Te they ?.?'.-ut several
Every lady sh u. I bave ne -f our
>' - ? . iteSt style f ||
S Den'', m illinery D" ?
|i u tment
.'wning is tick with
? he . uiitry home o'
Dr if 11 Chewning
Mr R Wils 'ti M Cuire, of F ?rl
Smith. Ark , v\ ? u -ti visiting
Mr 1 :: ?n i? ? Iritlln an 1 Mrs t ?riffln,
an- in the city, the
ister ,1 ihn M i?r?liti
un-, figured piques,
?????! muslins an I
?- being op? ned at
w a - a s ?o t while
tj ?pua! al
I nly then
Sstorday m irnii
K v Frank B. B >ale, ?f 1 - \
k's meeting at
lurob, in Kmg
Mr James E Bradley.of New York,
i t i ?nisi : ?y. after b
two weeks ?pent with rela?
; 1 lings v
??k at Ely's
F -1 \'. iptlst ?'our- b, in Spotsylrania
. interest was m in i feste i
A fal in I fire was giv?
ter lay. whi ih :aused
? itemet.t t ?r a f-'%v minutes, as quite a
-v ,- bl 'A mg at the time
Mi ind Mrs I) ? ' B ?wm in, Mr
0 W Shepherd, .Ir , and Misses Mar
in i M iry Sh? pherd have r> turn?
i a visit f tw ? weeks at Atlantic
festival ai Anttoch M K
rd county, Wednesd iy
an t r v nings, Augnsl 23i 1
Do t. the Ra] p i
bannook Electri Light and Power
inv's plan' and property in front
of the Ex. hange II ?teltoday 'Tuesday)
at 1 F M
Judge R E Waller and Dr T Welch
ft last week for
Rockbridge Alum Springs. Th-y will
visit the Warm and Beat LithiaSprings
Mr? A H, Caruthere, of Florida, is
? ol her s ?n, Dr V (? C'aruthers,
in Kititr U i nnty A grand?
daughter Miss L'ackard, also of Florida,
mpanied Mrs ?Jarufher
lelburoe, by requ? s'
of the pintor, Ret .1 P. Stump, who
? .-' nding the Loudonn cemp meet?
ing, ? pulpit of the M.'th -
dial ohi ' ii Sunday morning.
We ed from Mesura T W,
Wo 'i & 9 ms, Richmond, Va , their
handi me catalogue giving full de#>
orip'ion and prices of Flowering Bulbs
?id list of vegetable and field seeds A
rill be milled free t? any one
Rev Dr Th unas S Dunaway, late
01 F. dericksburg, has lieen preaching
daily since la^t Sunday at Oiklanrt
I ?? horch, in the lower part of
King (ieorge His sermons have at
wide att ntlon and drawn large
h day ?King George
A young man, giving his name es
W Bryan Whaling and claiming to
hail from Roanoke, ha- been arrested
m this oounty chatged with forgiug
the name of Mr J T. M ?rris >n to an
otder for goods on a merchant at
Boreamsville and with faTing to re?
turn a borrowed ho se.
Friday night a young daughter of
C..pt John II Rn-e fell from the seo
und story window of the latter's resi
d<m b here, a distance of thirty-five
feet, to the ground, but no bones were
br? ken She was not Injared beyond
being ?? insiderably bruised.
Take i are of your eyes The organ
of sight isa delicate one. Many per?
I ins, not appreciating this n?c cheap
eneotaolee, which often injure the sight.
Hawkes will preserve it. They are
clear, brilliant and perfect. All eyes
?9 t id at Hall's Drug Store.
At the union services at the BaptiBt
church Sunday night Rev. W. S. Leake,
pastor "f West End BaptistOhurch. He
lersbv*pT. preached ? most excellent ser?
mon I'nder the leadership of Mr.
Leaks ths West Eud Ghrrch are build?
ing one of the beet charca houses in
Mr. a: d Mrs Charles E. Hunter on
Siturday and Sunday pleasantly cele?
brated the 60th anniversary of their
Darvriage in the presence of children,
grand children and great grand chil?
dren at their beautiful Island home It
wjs an ocasi?n of muchenj yraent and
many friends callod and extended theli
Hev Dr J. S Dill last week assisted
Rev J. M. Beadles in a protracted
meeting at Hop>well Church, in
Orange county There were nineteen
received lor baptism and the church
much strengthened . Yesterday Dr.
Dill left by steamer to assist Rev
George F Oooke in revival mvteaj at
Upper Essex Ohorch, in Essex county.
He will not return before next week
Next Sunday morning Rev. Herbeit
Willis will supply tbe Baptist pulpit
Mr. Willis is a near kinsman of tbe
Willis, of this city.
pu m, and Potato B
: reap ?adenoe ol The Free Lanoe
Dawn, \ a . Angnal 12th, lalHl.
The annual picnit ol Bethel M K
Church t "'k pla a on rharaday, An
guM loth It waaa - flnan
dally as well as from a social stand'
point There was a large crowd pres?
ent, three counties King William,
Caroline and Hanovei being well rep?
resented One ol the attractive fea
tarea of the day was the pota!
Mi-- Mills, ol Louisa and Mr M rri
U twee, ol Hi, tun ?nd, irris i il the
lir-t prise; the booby price being
awarded Mi-- Muni" Worth.un, I : Oai
ohne, and Mr Barton Snead, ol King
Mr Warner Peatroei will leave next
week for Norft Ik, where he will prs
( >nr neighborhood is gay now with
the many attra riv-? sommer 11
among them being Miss Jacks u und
Mrs Oouitney, ol liichtnond ; Miss
M - f I. ;> i. and Mi ( nine tt, of
New V tk. al Mi A; h Samuels; Mr
C M Haw - t1 Mr B W M ?i
Slias M trgarel Sutl ?n, > i B >n Air. is
the g nest of the Misses Pcatross, I
' Woo.Illl Hit "
Mr Wortham Peaii ss who is living
m West Virginia now, made a shoil
vieil h me I ist ?
Misa l.u'y Bowers has returned fi ?m
a visit t i her slater at West r ?ini
Re? M A M irtin and wife, of Clu
cago, are visiting Mrs Martin's par?
ire glad i ipi .1 A
Thompson and Mrs Thompson, of
? ; rksburg, in our neighborfa
LANCA3TEB FOB TYLER.
? V \ I
T 1 Th< Fr< e Lai
It having gone forth through 1
n as ; it ion in tlrs
that, as regai nient
of the P" pis f Lant ?*t r a ?only be?
tween the aspirants f >r Senatorial hon?
ors, this oontj '
1 M irru? t : - . ? 1 himself In
th- u s Senate, 1.
b ? ?n id" k'iown
re l th >i il - tying that the
undersigned, v, .?
who 11 : .
?inted with the j.
liug this m
trary we unhesitatingly hi I eve I
tin- 0 unty, being In I I wit h
resented by 1 r iv
Tyler and his frit 1. Is an I
I 1 the methods and
mam tl d by the eh
? hack itor M art i a, wil|
sapporl n 1 m in for the Dem
at either the Sen ite 1
? 1 'gate-, \A bom tht j d 1 not
kn iw to be fully in a>??? .rd with these
And we farther -t ite that In
our opinion tl'' re 1- not the - .
doubt that the two membert
rtnern Ne ?k wl
In the Dt m ? rat 11 can ? Ty
1er In view of recent happenii.
?t'' thorooghlj their
own interests and are convinced "1 it
their 01 ly sategoard from a recurren?
of the like is the election of U S Sen
Frank W I.
A - Hai
G W Mer. er,
Wm N Oondlff,
C S Towles,
L A. Sander?,
Win G F ?well,
W H Warren,
T. D Ficklin,
W H Davis,
W T. Snead,
A S Mitchell,
V E Towles,
11 B. Oha
a 1 - 1 1; Eiathaway, 0, B Smither,
T. J. Downing,
Jno 0 Ewell,
F (i. Linkford,
F. B George,
J. B Bay nie,
S F. Simmons,
W. .1 B irker,
S W Kibank,
W M Finckard,
W H Harding,
k 1 Dnnaway,
l' D Steveaa,
.1 T Buaeells,
U. T. Peirce,
W 0 Hirding,
.1 B Blakemore,
W W Marshall,
.1 H Whealton,
Jno. A MiKemcy, 0 B Gray,
P C Ingram,
W. T Barnet?,
W A Saur, let*,
Jas P Saaadera,
(.ieo w hteekina,
C W. Hubbard.
B H B Hubbard,
G O H rweth,
L S. Dudley,
Chas B Uogers,
M F Ficklin,
Wm. T. Ooalbonrn,
S H Ooulbourn,
J. G. Baboock,
W C Jan,
J A. Robinson,
M. J Burnett.
0 R Harper,
L 0. Mitchell,
K L Bass,
.1 H Davenport,
I' B Beane,
.1 A Chowning,
W B Simmon?,
Ii F Kuban k,
H 0 Hall,
J R Webb,
li B. Mitchell.
B A. Lank ford,
I> li. James,
G. W. Sanders,
K 0. Lawaoo,
Jas. K Sanders,
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Teachers Elected for Next Session.
The City School Board has elected
the following c >rps of teachers for the
pablic schools the c >ming sessi m
Mrs A L. Magrath, grammar grade
No. 1; Miss Kate J. Mander,
grade No. i\ Miss Emily Minder, pri?
mary grade N ?. 1 , Miss Lizzie St me,
grade No, '-'; Miss Eva W. Cordon,
grade No. :? ; Miss Jennie M Coolrick,
grade No I; Miss Maggie L Honey,
grades Nos. 5 and 0,
J ? Crant, grammar grade, No 1 ;
Harrison Holmes, primary grade, No
1; Rev. J. E Brown, grade No 2; Miss
Bessie L Birdsall, grade No. ?B; Miss
Jane L Cordon, grades Nos 1 and 5.
The session will open Monday, Sep?
The following janitors were also
elected- Union House, O. J. Owens;
colored school building, Joseph Walker ;
Samaritan Hall, Mary Walker.
?*/? ?JO to Atlantlo City and return
Tickets sold August Hth.good to return
nitil August 31st. 1S!I!?. inclusive
AugliM'. C ?. C'X. Agent
Over 100,000 bushel* of grain were
exptrted from Newport News last
Applicants Foi Pensions t.? ?3?
county isa! te ?So ? M insj
? ?jpondeu e ?f 1 be Kr? L in?
H . Align-' ? ,
Dr- Tin-, Stone and Jetl th- b
appointed by the Bujiervioors t" ei
Murs applying for peni
fmiu the State, v, ill .t lure ;it
tomber county . ?art, to examine i
wh? appear before them.
Mr John l'.yro'ii. w bn h i?, level
being attended by l?r Hales
Mi-- Louise Bryan and Master a
millier Bryan, of Washing) ?n, ?re i
mg the family of Olork Bryan
? hie of our mu art young men f
the ? rarrisonville neighborh i ?d ,
ha- quite a eputation f"i his feats
gastronomy, attended (?rove Chi
last Sunday, made ins boast the i
day thai be had esten fire meals
ind ti. it wml-!
the palm t i no one as ta in- know I?
of horse flesh, the mare h
,-r p.irl Ions, Ii'- il "?- n ' ire i ? all
hurch again iiti?l?-r the -.une . ir- i
? , niter the I
Messrs U 8 .1 imes and v H H? i
of upper Stafford, paid the U
a Visit tills Week oil btlslll"??
Register Cbsp?l Sunds]
give a pi?- nie at the Ai.uis drat? vest
; iy b irring a slight 1111,
between Iw - y innggentlemen, the 1
partii (pints g?ner 1 ,-. ,1 th?
Little Lillian Beirey, daughtei
w Berrey.is ni? k with fev? r
Th<? ladle- of Register Chapel prop
giving a festival hen- next Thursi
? ?veiling All are invited t
.I- f ?I peii'lit of the chr-i h
Henry M incure, "f < irsngi
oui family, and Mrs LU! 1 Sh ?. kl<
? r Washington, are vlaittosi ?
f R A M
U? v Mr Hepbnrn an 1 Mr- Hi
t'urn, of Ken I ?uiity, M?l . sp int 1
Thursday night here, en roul
h ?ni', wh ire Mi H is p
rd 0. H it vill be
H ? ird of Sup T-, isoi m ? ?'
ti e ih M ?nday t th" presen) m ?ni
Mr and Mrs WE 1
I hi ir little daughter, Miss M ?
Wednesday ami Thursday at Br "'s
tin- mi"*!- .i s F. Ii ibney, th
R R agent there
Cuban und Philippins weather, wi
itten 1 int bumi lil
inv 11 -I tin- ?hi 'ion r.ntly
m imeter in ti h
1 -ordin. '
Th? Men's Ass ? 1 ition 1
Proderlcksbnrg have arranged f'?r tl
third and - ion ol the se M 1
ihsnn ? k rivr by tl
Weems Line, for Wednesdsy, Augu
A 0 ?rdial Invitation ii ? xtende
t 1 ti.. to vis
1 eiij ?y mir h -spitnlity and al 'I
same time avail themselves of the le
prices at which : g ?ods Bl
being ?told. I he s-is ?n is
fol and you have the tun?- to span
ure and business ben I ! Remember th
. ,1 Tit' We Inesd iy, Au?-u-t ?;:
returning Thursdsv, August .. ?? ?
mal -uni u-.
1 Oorresp ?dance of The Free 1,,
King Ceorge Court Bi u-?', Va ,
August l-'th, 1801)
Rev. Frank BtriogfelloW is the goes
of Mr. William Tayloe,at 'T ?who! in '
Mr Thomas E Hunter, who ha- beei
spending a few days with his relative
?\i the Court House, has retun
Mr R Stuart Hunter, son of Majo)
Robert W. Hunter, of Alexandria, ha?
accepted a position with a civil engi
neer ootp near Pittsburg, Fenn. Mr
Hunter is n young gentleman of emi
nent qnaliflcatlOBB and sterling worth
and his numerous friends here wist
him much sue?
Mr. Bladen Tayloe, of Powhatan, i
visiting friends In Waehlngl m,
Mr. F. R Qrymee, ti s proprietor ol
the Alto Mill?, ?tecotnpanled by his
daughter, Miss Mary, are visiting hi?
son, Mr. Arthur J, (irynn-s, at hi
bandaome surbnrban home on the Bod
BOB, near N-w York city
Mi-- Sadie Nalle, of Washington,
who has been visiting Misa D ira Hoce
at Liuderdale, retened by stesmei lost
Monday. Miss Niiie made many friends
here, and her numerous admirers regret
Mr Randolph Arnold, who is very
Blck at Willow Hill with typhoid fever,
is reported as better. He is attended
b? Dr Oarntberi and Dr. Porter, of
Key West. Fla
Major Robert W Hunter, of Alex?
andria, has been visiting his relations
at "Oedar Orove. "
The county school hoard, G W Orifff.
by, president, and H T. (Jarnett, sec?
retary, mat at the Court House on Tues?
day, the H'.h instant, settled with the
c lunty treasurer and transacted mach
Mr. Julian Wall, of Washington, and
Mr Wallace, a prominent bu-iniss man
of Fredeffioksborg, have been visitiug
their coaain, Mr. W. D Qrymee, at
Mr? Ann Ray Grymes and Miss
Mattie Grymes, of Mathias Point, are
visitiug in.Clark county.
The steamer Granite City, Oapt. H
C Bayton. will commence to run a
aeries of excursions from Fredericks
burg to Hop Yard, Fort Royal and
Tappahannook. on Tuesday, August
15th Tbe steamer will make day and
night trips. The nigbt excursions will
give those who cannot lea?e their busi?
ness during the day an opportunity for
a pleasant moonlight outing Charges
will be moderate and announced later.
The beat of order will be preserved.
The Granite City Is a pretty steamer
and fi'ted up for excursion parties.
It can muke comfortable ISO passengers.
These excursions will continue daily,
until Saturday night, August '???th
i Refreshments will be furnished at city
BIO Main Street.
(Hebree's Uld Stand).
A.few pri?es to boom baaineee dar*
Ing the dull saaeon
Pi unes io pound.
m i . aroni -
Plain and Miied Dandy re lb.
Large i> >x Ly<
Lamp St u ii le i?>
Alabaster Starch, with Blueing and
Wax le. package.
Dorn Boarob 4c.
Large boxes Mat? hes Be dosen ?? doa ?n
Wooden W ash Bo o i- Ho.
Clothe- Pin- to doaen
Cobbler's Shoe Nails Bo box
Ink .le. bottle
Envelopea 5c package
Paper 8 and le s
Dur Favorite So.ip, |J bar- for afic
This an old w.-ii seasoned soap and
only limited qaantity In stock and
mnol be sold again M th" prii a
Special bargain- m
fin ware, Dry Qooda, Notions, Btc
Country merchants will do well to
. Dgares to the trade before buy
Don t folget the plane,
(Sebroe - Old SI i
FIGURE IT OUT.
.\ l'V,i|ny ?Sq\ccl
< it,'' hundred sa i greal big
B will not tak" yu long t"
? if yon will ?end me y onr i rdera
t ? i ?oda In the Orooery Line
The beat grades of
m barrel- and SSV ka, :it prices that ar>
The best brand
at prices that are mar OOfft,
which will please both in quality and
!;,: ";;,::; St:;; i? ?i:\z
at a low price.
( ' mned Fiah.
Laundry and Toilet Soaps.
All m the Lowest Possible
Price. Satisfaction guar?
anteed or your money
Remember, I s^H 'be* bnst al
Baled Hay, Mill Feed, Corn.
W, L. BURRUSS.
Obtained Money Hero, Too-Arre.tcd
Th" young man representing him>e||
to be Captain F. 0 Ward, of the U
S Army, who was arrested In Rich?
mond fot pissing a bogus check on
Oolonel Harta, United States reorui'
ing officer there, is said to be Howard
L. Owens, of Warreoton.
Y' ung Owens left Warreaton ii
July, it wsa -uppos-il, for the Uuiver
ity of Virginia to take the summer
law course At Charlottesville, it is
charged that he secured money on ?TWO
checks of fs'5 ond fiO respectively.
He then went to C'ulpeper and, it is
said, knowing State Senator John L
Jeffrie-, got him to endorse his check
for $75 on Oainos A Bro , which was
dishonored. His next field was Mauas
s%s and Washington where it is alleged,
he secured a considerable amount of
money in the same manner.
Among the losers .n Baltimore
through htm wero Templeman Bros. ,
Daniel Miller A Co. and Fitzgerald,
Wedge ?fc Co.
It is reputed that the money he has
secured amounts to over f 1,000.
This party was here one day last
week and secured $30 from Mr. D.
O Cole, who cashed a check on Caines
& Bro., of Warrenton, for that
The check has siuc* b??en returned
dish mor J The young mm knew
several rf Mr Colo's relitivos in War?
renton and had met some of the mem?
bers of Col. Cole's family while there
on a visit.
IS, Open and Top.
Two Car Loads Just Received
Chancellor & Rawlings,
FARMERS SUPPLY STORE.
? i ?
Summer Goods at a Sacrifice.
Now [9 th? lime to buy Ladies Dresa Quods, Millinery Goods, Meo and Boy's Sum?
mer Clothing cheap. 7 ?<?. Dress Goods at 3!>c. ?-'."? and ?;'," <?. Dress Goods al 15c. Ladies
Eiats ami Uonnns cheap. Men's Crash Suits l ?..'">, Boy's (Ash Suits 75c. Men's Crash
Coats !i?c. Alpaca, Mohair and Serge Coats, i heap Com- al once before stock is broken.
T. N. BRENT
Is always better ilian the new makes better bread, makes better pastry, is not
heavy and prepared properly, nevei fails.
We have about 50 barrels old stock (and exceedingly fine) "Gold Medal" Minnesota
Family Flour and to those that can and do appreciate "a good thing ere advise an early
purchase, as this small loi will not last luii^r.
" It pays to buy the best."
_W. L BRANNAN
Decker & llrid
can sell you good
at reasonable prices. A
full linn of
OPEN AM) TOP BUG
AND SURRIES on hand.
r-^. Give theni a call.
% W A. Bell. E- C Bel1'
I W. A. BELL & BRO.
S Car Load Mason Fruit Jars,
One dozen in Box, CHEAP.
50 Gross Tin Fruit Cans tit old prices.
\ At the Furniture and China Store.
Hi rrhant*, write toi prieas.
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W. A. BELL ?. 3??0.,
.118 MAIN STREET, FREDEKICKSBURG, VA.
An Afro-American OOOncIl is tobe
held at Chicago this week, at which
lynohings, 'Jim Crow'.' cars and
negro disfranchlaement will b?> dis
There are no new .ates of yfllow
fever at the ?Soldiers' Home, at Hamp?
ton, Va., and everything is getting
along nicely. ?. Quarantine against all
p lints In the peuinsula except the
II ?me and 1'hu-bus has b? en raisi d
The ten regiments of volunteer in?
fantry to be sent to the t'hilippines
will probably be recruited to their full
strength this week. Secretary of War
Root is said to contemplate a call for
Politician! of b itb parties do not ex
pH | substantial results from the con?
ference of Demoorats at Saratoga. It
is believed that Mr. Bryan is the choice
of a maj'irity of the members of his
party and will be nominated.
Mr. Richard Oroker on his return
from Europe gave out an interview
warmly favoring Bryan for ronomina
tiou. His change of attitude ha?caused
much surprise among Democrats.
#1IM? Reward. $100.
Th? readers m this paper ?rill i>e pins aril to
learn that there i? at least one dreaded disses?
tii o setenes has beeasbleto cure in all it? I
stages sad thai is t'atarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is tin only positive cure now known to '
tin? tretuai iritertiity. Catarrh belneaoon
?tttuttonal diresse, requires constitutional
treat meut. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In?
terna ly, intinir direct y upon the bl.I and
mucous surfaces ol the system, thereby de
strnyiiiir the tiiutnliitioii nt the dlSI I
irlvinn- the pattest Btronsth by bulldlafiip
tin- run-tit ut inn un?l ti-sint ?n|< nature in iluinp
it- work. Tha proprietofs have so much faith
in its cnratlVS powers, that they niter one
Hundred Dollars for any eses ?thai II
eure. ?Sendfor list ?it Testimonial?.
Addrsaa. t. .i ? iif.nrv a c??., Toledo, ??.
?Sold by liriis-frists. Us.
HolTs Family Pills are the best
Wheat, ii?) to (?T ; corn,40 to 4.l,moal ?0
to 100 per 100 pounds; oats, 28 to M;
fowls (live), 8 to 6s? ; spring chickens,
8 to 9 cts. per lb. ; lard, 7
to 8; eggs, 9'_ to 10 cts.; botter
15 to 20; hams, 10 to 11% Irish
potatoes, 50 to GO ; beef, 8 to 3'<? ; veal
4 to ??; Pork, 4 to 4^ ; hides
(green),H to 7 ?hides (dry),8 to 10 ?hides
(green) salted. 7 to 9.
Wool?Unwashed, 19 to 20 ?washed,
n to m
Tbs Qralo Market
The grain markets closed yesterday
as follows :
Chicago?Wheat, Sept. 70'? ; May
7-.1,; Deo. 73 le? Corn, Sept. 80,'.;
Sept. oats, 20.
New York?Southern wheat. 70 to
75; Southern corn, 4" to 41.
Baltimore -Southern wheat, H to 72
Southern corn, 40 to 41.
Kiohmoud?Wheat, Coto 71; oorn,
42 to 43.
Alexandria?Wheat, ?6 to 70 ? oorn.
40 to 41
GIRLS AND YOUNG LADIES.
BOYS AND YOUNO MEN.
BOWLING OREEN, V.A..
HI V I. ?I HOWE. PruMent,
Ute prest W. I '
P?OF " Ff. SAXBOIIX, Dtrtt M*$U.
Boyal '.< .p-.' Conservatory, Ueraaanj
These indei tun management
il thi'f' it m . . ru. ttlon. ii" out
point, which w* claim ai o ir Distinguishing
l'est ure i? bigb oider "f i id nrt
n imltor o: pu|i -. making
? ? itli lartrc iini'ii? Buraii
teed roa rj. ? ?pena Sept. 14.
1858. CHARTERED 1899
LOCUST DALE ACADEMY
BsparlcDoed oorpi of teaehera. Nt?
aobooi can otTer superior advantages at
1"88 money. Speotal attention to in?
Next aeasion opens September 14,
Fir illustrated catalogue apply to
jy-'o-.'in Locust Dale, Va.
Misa w. i\ Schooler, Principal, win reopen
?m tbe itti ol Bepteaabi r, at l.< dorit kaburg*.
Vs. Bnglttb hranebss, Including IIikImi"
Mathematlca and tbe Sciences taught,
LATIN, r'HINCH and (?HUMAN.
Miss 8cl.<- ol ocl lito advance her
pupila in rt-irular i with a
view to graduation, and In till? object tbe
wni be ably assisted t') a competent ati'l el
Terms parable monthly In adraos* Kor
iiirtii r information aodi
MI-> W K. BCHOOLBK.
Predi rk kaburv, ^ a.
Pure Country Vinegar
and fresh PICKLING SPICES '[
(correct pi Ices > at
We S. EMBREY.
tinooesaor to Kmrirev ?a Berrvmsn.)
Uealer in RAILPOAl) CKOBti TIKh, 01
DAR POHT8, PPOKKf AND H?OF8
Keeps constantly on band a large lupplr
of Baled Hay and Mill Feed. BjBjrOffl.-eo??
Calima.? tUtv.? V??.lar??lr?hnr?- V?
A Kiln of Building Bricks
For Sale by AJAH N SCCTT.
Office 207 5th bt., between B & 0.
and the most of it | AT CCitREOT
PRICES) cm be had at
MAGRATH & CHESLEY'S
Agriculture Fair Track
AT CAPE CHARLES CITY,
Northampton County, Va.,
POUR DAYS. $3,000 in Purses,
?Satriee close August .'?th.
First Dsy, Tuesday. August IS.
l'ir-t II tret upen. 1160 WJ
Hace ?'. year cla?s. Bsstera
ol \ a an?l Poeomokc City,
. WO UU
I'lnrl ?Kaoe ! M trot and !;lfl pace,
open . ?aoou
Second Day Wednesday August 15.
l 1rs) Bs Bsstera Shote,
\ .i . and i ?IM "i
?Second Hoce ?1 year ?ild class, Kantern
shore. V'a. I"> "i
Third Ka??- 1:34clsss trot epsa. uouu
Third Dsy Thursday. August 17
First H trol sad -'in pine,
i.n-t? in >ie re, V'a. ai.?i Pocomoha
City... .?l-vn ?sj
Sword itaee : B trot, open.
T.nnl Kai ?a?11- trol open. M '?)
Fourth Day. Friday, August 18.
i ?r.t i:? ?. rn Shore?,
Va , and l'ncumoke l'lty. IIM fJO
Scc-oml ?Bacv tM chu?, trvt, opea - -?u ???
I'blnl Kan I i.? i?r allclass.trot a d
. a? (JO
Entries by wire mum bs inllowed by letter
I t. ol putee.
Three Big Contests Each Day.
o H Nicholas A Brockenbrough
til lent. Uei-'y and Tn-aa
Carry the Largest ?tock of
Special Low Prices on Tin
Rooting for the next CO daya.
ulules and Horses
I have lor sale IBM MCLRH, one six and
tl.tilt I eigi.t )i ?rn oiil. Medium si/
tie and kind, one an ezcellsat leader. Price
i:!. in?. I.ir rattle or sheep,
oi both. Also a tine, young, iron ?rcr MAtta.
ara old. g?*?! ?ue. she is a No liri.no?
animal, never t>oeu hitched. Prtos pa
T. R. COVINQTON.
?u?v..n?t>urs. Culpeper '