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Kt.fered at the Poatoffloe at Frortc-u-k?.
L?urg. Va., as second.olass matter )
Richmond, Fredericksburg &
Potomac Railroad.
Sohe ale in effeot October nth. 1899
Leave Nortnward.
? !.: A. M. daily.
^ 1UA. M. Dally except Sunday, local, t..
?Cu?ntico only.
HUI a. M. Miudays only.
1 ..Jo A. M daily except ?jnaaj
1.17 1 . M. daily except ?unday. !'
?top between I'redenoksburir and Qua
?> I'. M. dauy.
Leave Southward.
' A. M. daily. St'.ps on.y ai M
id, '?eck day?. Makes ail
looal ?tops Bunas
i-1^ P. M. dm.y except Sunday. Ma
local stops.
l.-t .- a. Daily except Sunttaj
at Motor ! U
5. N l*. M. uai > -
4 41 I' M. I?a; y lasR pa
fredt i ... : itiehinoud A.vomoda
?. | ? lay.
Ma. il <p?.
Lav..? FredertcKSDurg ?t S.00 A. M Ar
?i ? i v. a ? i'. M.
'??'. P. tax or, rrafflc Manager.
a. r. ?. I
0. C. COX. A.
Headquarters for Building Materials.
: North fa
f ii'-a Luml ^r, -In ??
6 1 an i tihnilB, Lime,
?stering Hair,
? paving lit . id Iron
? ?tuJ Dry l'a ut_
itine. Dryer Varnish and
. a.-? o:ld I'll'.'. >.! at 111 W
K. D. i m. !..
$20,000. $25,000.
TO iL.Oiu.JSr
u su;as of #UH) and upward? I
liens on Real El
Kor further particulars apply to
?r Preel
ISA KO HIRSH, Financial
Merchants ?V Mechanics P B ?V I A .
je'7-t'.rn Fredeiicksburg. Va
$26 5oo. To Loan. $26.500.
money to loon on th?ir liberal
terms, in sums to suit,
SIC'* up, on ciry ami xrantry
pri'perty Apply to
" : Il
Fredericksburg, V ?
To estimate aud d I any
kind of building or repair work y u
waot doste eirner In town or country.
All work entrustt-d to me will bo done
in a thuiuuKhly ?satisfactory m i
and in qaickeel time p ssibie. PI ini
aud specification?, furnished for any
building work.
Contract .1 ai.d Builder
Spotsylvania G. H.
and Vicinity.
A few gentl men an
Holders wlio insure tne;r pro| ?
the Georgia Hoase .
Ham? & Crismond,
Dr. C. H.
It M. Wt.ll.-r,
Arthur H Crismond.
Hon. Lee J. On
I D. Micks,
M. W. Kuigbton,
W. Farley S:ephen>.
Wm- H. Brook?.
U. S. Koighton.
A comoany with a reeo: J uuexc.ll
ed for H ?nest. Prompt, Satisfactory
Settlement?. Lowest Retee.
Lots! Farms! Milling Property!
Two lots on Prince Kdwnr I Si -
Amelia uml Lewis ; one m rner Hai over and
Avenue; t*o on Wlllll
"ne 01 corner ?Caroline und Hawke: one on
corner of Ha wk<
line, between Hawke ?ni ivr ; two on Sophia
?ctveen Hawke ate! Pitt; one wi?
ol Washington Avenue; four on east-id-? of
Washington Aven-; In* Property
in Spot*?, i van ?a oonnty. Kurrnsof hII sues iu
adjoining counties, l'or pri?es a?ni t.rms
apply to
S. Sydney Bradford,
The only licensed Heal Estate Agent In
Prederickshurg. Va. ?WS C street.
Fath?r Tearney Goes to Falls Church
Rev Father D M. Tearney, vie?*-.
general of the Richmond diocese, v. .V.
soon leave his preeent charge for the
mission at Falls Church, in Alexandria
Father Ttarney is a native of Har?
per's Ferry. After flaiuhing his coarse
for the priesthood at the American
College in Rome he was sent to to the
Cathedral in Richmond, where he re?
mained nine years. He was then sta?
tioned at Falls Church for several
years, bot for three years he has ! tea
at the Oathelral as vicar-general.
0 inme'-uing November 10th, we will
sell round trip tickets Fredericksburg
to Wa?-hingtju, good for three day?., in
eluding date of issue, at rate of f.' 76
Round trip tickets are already on sale
to Baltimore, Philadelphia aud New
fit C 0 Cox, Agent
Oarolins's Vete.
The official vote of Caroline county
was as fellows :
Powers. Pitts
Bowling Green .. . l ?.. 185
Shnmansville r?0
Sparta. 38 210
Whites. 20 Cl
Oouldmans.... . 75 77
Port Royal.114 !)l
Moss Neck.125 58
Guineas. 73 81
Madison. 74 128
Cedar Fork.70 34
Baity. 84 61
Reedy Chnrch.o7 99
Bowers.75 120
Total*.1010 1..30
Pitt's majority. BO,
Notice of Removal.
Having removed to the office formerly
occupied by tbe late Capt. John Ward,
at No. 605 Main street, next to Botte'
wood yard,will be pleased in the future
to see my friends and patrons at my
new place.
I am in the market for aoy quantity
of railroad ties,cedar pus's, poplar wood
av'risiwel lumber I will be pleased
to have your patrouog-*.
Yoars ttaly,
J. W Masters.
Local aod Current Comments
Mr John M ? ?? m le fisting friends
in New York.
Mrs ,1 K Masoi is vl-itiug telu
tivoH lu Washington.
Don't fail to se. |. I Bake) - si ck
of Uu der wear
Hon. James L Powell, of Sp 'tsyl
Vania,' ?aus h.ro this week OH legal
Mr John Loughln and wife,of Penn?
sylvania, ure the gnoelaof his mother in
Mr U. 0. Ooa returned Sunday u: ra
inn from a verj pleasant v Bit to friends
iu the South.
Mr Johu Jett, ami Mi-? Battle
Dobyna, both of this city, were mar?
ried last ?aturdiiy evenlug.
There will be an oyster ?upper at
(?reeo's sohool house in Stafford tomor
row uigiit, No?. 17. Public luvited
The attention of buyers of anything
in tus lme is directed in the ad m
another column of H, Wallace Garner,
of abut 500 unclaimed Ad mas
Express packages I iiuisa ?y,
ni. ai 31? ' imuieroe -tree?, Fredericks
burg, V i
Mr James May Woltl has accepted a
:nuu tor tne Al.iieral
lied Kubber Oo, of New York, f .r
tins se 11 o
Mrs Edua F Ooleman and ?> in
I , or Oaikditie county, were m tu?
>' l'iie Free
Lance ?
Bliss Elsie s.u. lughtei R ?r
Dr. Jas. P. dm i ib, wb o?- been visit
ing relatives ueie, bas returned to ber
? ii lii.iiin
Dr B. A. Uiddleton, wife and daugh?
ter, wc Have been gurst- t Uapl ii
UK and family, have letnrued to
their ?oiue lu KlCUm
Mr Daniel Loughln an l sou re
tut nui to bis hume lu Pennsylvania
Sunday ,aftel ?peudiug a week who
iher,Mrs John Loogbin.in Siaf
I r i
an furnish y u the correci fa.i
style? in dre?s goods, silks, millinery,
liiua - and Children's wraps,
Men's an l H >y, - ? 1111 ?c. etc l' N.
Mr- J - ipbm ? *?' ?. a s? an t Mi
N Biruey have returned home from
liiciimuua, wnere they atteuded the
ti oi of t:i" ITotted Daugl
Mr. (.'liarles S Hradler bal
a p anti * witn the wnolesale dry goods
t Daniel id ? , of bain
. will eu ter up mi iiis duties
January !
Mr W. L Brannuu left f r New
?ork this week to ouy hi? Xmaa ?
He was ace mpanied by m? mother,
Mrs. Louise Brauuao, wbo will vi-it
?k; > u
There is u thing .a true friend will
more appreoiate t.'ian a beautifully
hulsUed Oarl> 'U Pa??: .graph of yours-h
t?l- Xmat 1 tie D-aVis l?kallery lier?
can make them tor you Bee their
Largely attended revival services ate
I aluiouth Baptlsi
chuica, rhe pastor. Hut. Decatur El?
? -is being assisted by Kev. P. ?V.
Newman, of rauqoier c 'uutv. Ser
Digbt ut T :**0 o'cl
"The Eve"?Hawke's spectacles are
? .i : . -' .very one jou see Try
t.'ieiu a.'oi you will ?ni that ttey are
sop-rior ic ?verj r?-p et to what
have u . UM oal and diploma
- Sited without
.- i! ,f| 's I ?.ug Store.
List week 0 W. J*n>* in a large
ad? t Id you of m my birgaius h" bad
f r you Tin? week the ad. is small
busy to write a largeoue),
un* tne attrictiuns ate greater,hu wants
every one to see ana know .1 net the
cash man
our h here will be
dedicated next Sunday. Th?re will be
-??rvices, at 11 a. m , ii p. m.,and
7 :.W p m. The dedicatory eermon will
l.y l)c t'riarl hi A Tonog
at :i p. m He will aleo preach the
perm m at night A number of promi?
nent niembei? of 'his church from a
distance, including several preachers,
will attend these services.
Prominent Gentlemen Visit Our Battlefields'
Gen Horatio 0. King, president of
the Ni'i nil Bittleflelds Park ABsoria
r-n Albert D Shaw, ommunder
In chief of fh? Grand Array of :he KJ
p ibli ? ; Oei I) Ruggles, of
Washington; Qea J P. S Oobin.Gen.
ur A Mnlb"U?nd si I Mr. H^nry
ab, editor of the Philadelphia
Presa, reaohed Fr-'derirksburg Monday
night, and on Tuesday, accompanied by
Oupt S .1 <t>uiun and Major T. E.
M irris, of this city, visited the bat'le
fl?ld8 of Ohancflorsville, Wilderness
and Spotsylvania Court House to ob
tain Information to be used when the
plans for the National Park are laid be
f 're 0 ?grell the coming session.
The p .ty returned here yesterday
afternoon highly pleased with the trip,
a .d 1 wt night a large number of our
it husine?s men called on the
disfin ruished vi-it ors at the home of
Mr. St (?eorge R. Fitzhughon H?nover
street, where they were entertained
daring their stay in the city. They
lef* on the late train last night for
their homes
Admitted to Record In Stafford.
The followine is a list of writings
admitted to record in the clerk's office
of Stafford oounty, since the October
term of court :
A deed for land from John R. Shel
keft, et nx. to John I Frenoh.
A deed for land from W. H Deshazo
et ux to Robt. Deshazo.
A deed for land from R. Herndon,
et. nx. to Geo. E Herndon.
A deed for land from W. S. Mon
tieth et. nx to J. D Newton.
Plat und survey of change in Tele?
graph roar near Aquia Run.
A deed of trust from T. W. Berrey,
special commissioner, et als , to R. H
Bryan, trustee.
A deed for land from J M Smith et
ux to I-aao N Beagle.
A deed of trust from I N. Beagle et
ux to Enterprise Building Association.
A deed of trust from H 8. Abel et
ux to N. T. Shackle?.
A deed for 1 .nd for H. W. Reid to C
B Robinson.
A contract and agreement between W.
D. Hoffman et als and W. S. Embrey.
Marriage licenses have been issued in
Washington to the following parties :
George Price, of Richmond and
Mary Agnes B?ard, of King William
oouuty, Va., Charles Francis DuBoise
and Alma Jeanette Soheffer ?Alonso M.
Page and Rosa Brunt, both of Rich?
mond ?Edward Kilgron and Mary Tay?
lor ?Edwin W, Huga<-ly and Mattha E
Wilson ; William L Dobson, of Glou?
cester oonnty, Va . and Oatherine A.
Donohoe.of Loundoun county. Va ,
Trial of the Burch Case-Hen Johi
Risey "Looking After His
Fences"?Note? and
At an early honr Monday morn
"while It was yei dark,'' a Free La
representetiTO left Fredericksburg
the 5 II train for Washington. A
spending a short dmo in the cap
city we departed on the Round I
branch of the Southern road a
''ol ?!?. I'.fsing through a 0 ?OB
with well k"pt and, in many instam
fertile farms and dotted with thn
vill iges aiitl t wns such a? F
Ohorah, Vienna, Kerndon, ?Sterl
?m i Ashburn, at n o'cl ok e
?Leesburg, the o ?unty seal of I. ?ado
a t iwn with a p ?ml ition of i 900,fc
miles from Washington, two and a b
miles from the Pol meo river, tws
miles from K mud Hill and about
-dint? dlstanoe fr :n the Bine Bl<
m 'untains. it is an old c nservel
t iwn, (?ut shows many widen
greaelvenesa, uni in?; them a number
handsonte newly Bntehed residenc
ami others In process oten ctlon.fl mri
mills with i. daily 0 ip toltyi f 136 hart
oo m pie ted on the lite f lbs old n
more than a
in - m sa t pi ?ning mill a
Iditi ?nal kilns at the Le^sl'i
Lime Oo. '? w i a. It .- m tains i
white chnrohes- Methodist, i
Baptist, Presbyterian and Catholi.
public and prlVS
al Banks and two newspapers It
g in the mi 1st of a rich agrloi
toral country, and among the ma
?" um- r?- ar-? Messrs E
Borob, IS B White. Henry Sannde
R i' H ?mpstone, J H Rh.
Lot/ and "th^rs
k lis t t tl'if.o
of the .- i I Vlrgiula, w
?lit? regular m inthly term f the conn
court A-* ?a? 1 th?? ten [
? there u ad visibl
but when we ms Is our way within,!
reaeon was apparent .lodge U I
o Oommonwealtl
v K B (..irrett, Clerk W.
Hemps! in? and Sheriff H. H Rus.?
and al?! .In.Ig- ,1 B M ?Cabe and J"l
U Alexand. r. c ?uneel for the s
wer- all busy performing their reaps
lire duties in the trial of the rise
Commonwealth vs Thomas Bnr
charged with sb ?otlog and slight
W'iuiniing Brneal Normen Neai
everybody in ati?ndanos w.i? deep
interested in thi* oese, and remaiu.
withiu doors all d ?y and into the nig1
ling intently to the lively leg
??parritig between p| : tel at
the unfolding of the teetim ny Tl
wee first tried In a magistrate
court and Burcii was hiiM *1?j0 for
D r. Then the grand jui
brought in an Indictmenl chargin
Burch with fel .ny. His OOnnsel ms
? i f tu i ?? m |. op ?r iv, to
the Commonwealth demurred ,th<
?u-t.?ining the dt-murrt-r A j try w.
iti?*n emptnnelled and th' trial pn
1 with, 09 th? plea "f "ii'
guilty " At night court anj inrne
nntll Toesday morning at 10 n'cloel
when the trial was resnm? d
The presence of Hon .lohn F. H?x?!
c rased the L' i . In. minatto
next fall to be discussed to some exter
by th?* few BOveretgOS that were n(
absorbed with tbe Boroh trial Mi
Hixey did not hesitate to say to Th
Lince that he was a candid ?to fc
reuomination, something one of hi
friends joonlatly said nobody knew b<
fore. He is looking remarkably we
and apparently views the coming Cot
gressional fight without alarm.
H ?n John F. Ryan was present an
like Mr. Rixey, met The Free ?Leite
mo-t cordially, and to him we are in
debted fir c .urtesies that enable
us to extend the circulation o
The Freo Lance. Ho would not
however, be interviewed. When w<
asked him if he expected to enter th
0 latest for Congressional honors, hi
only reply was :
''There's tim?i enough yet t i oonstds
that question. "
He was cjaiilly indrfinite in regar,
to whether or not he would be a candi
date for re-eleotion to the Speukershir.
of the II 'use of Delegates, saying with
a merry twinkle in his eye :
"I don't care to be interviewed. Vot
will find out time enough."
While Mr. Ryan would not let nil
intentions be made public as to th?
Congressional nomination, it is th?
.pinion of his friends with whom wc
talked tbat be will be candidate.
That urbane gentleman, Judge
J. B. McCabe, whose hospitality
and that of his interesting fam?
ily we enjoyed in their elegant home
one of the prettiest of the new homes
recently erected in the town,
constructed at a cist of between
ft 000 and |6,000?and whose kind?
ness was very helpful in extend?
ing our acquaintance with tbe good
people of Loudoun, in hisoourtly man?
ner consented to an interview. He is
so easily approached that we felt per?
fectly at heme in his presence and
asked :
"?Indue, will you be a candidate for
the I)em'?cr ?tic ii'tiuint'ion in the 8th
District next fall?'* In reply he said :
"I will be a candidate '
"Will you get the solid delegation
from your county'''' we asked, to which
he replied :
"I will."
As this removes all doubt tbat may
have existed as to his oandidaoy, we
publish the following brief sketch of
his life:
James Buchanan McCabe was born in
Loudoun county, Va , on Angust 2nd
He was educated at the Leesburg
Academy, at Randclph-Macon College,
at Asbland, Va , and at the law school
at the University of Virginia.
When 28 years of atze he was elected
judge of the county court of Londoun.
This position he held six years, and
served the people of his county so
faithfully and acceptably that next
yt ar, they, by an immeuse majority
elected him Common wealth's attorney.
This year there were no nominations
or oounty offices in Londoun. But
our yea's afterwards primary eleotion
was had and Judge MoCabe was nnani
ni'.nsly nominated and re-elect".).
At the expiration of this term Judg.
MoGebe declined a re-nomloatioo i
Mr .inn ll Alexander was elected i ?
su oeed h i m a few months liter ift
Alexander's qualification, he in rred I ?
California, and Judg.? MoOabe w ?- >|
|i ilnt. d to All nut his term Bui
two or three years, becau-e ol t
t in- pi Irate pr ictlee M. u..i ?
re-igi.? o
In lkS'.'t) hi was a citidid, ?
Democratic Congressional n< mil
B McCabs i.oudoun s Candidats
tor Congress.
In tli it hot and memorable, contest he
was loyally supported by a solid ? 1 ? -1 *- -
gation from 1, ndonn, and though not
a winner, wis a g tod second.
After his defeat he actively cativas?ed
the district for the lii k-t, ipeaklmg In
every county and in some of the c un?
ir or fire tunes
While Commonwealth's it) irney h*
was the tlrst to bring suit uto'
'coopon crusher" f tt the settlement of
the State debt, and f >r this, I
with Attorney General Ayres and 0 l
S'ott. ..f Panqoler, w ?s Imprisoned by
B Judge Bond. Por t b ta act he was
?? , ' th ml - i . hi? Biete
Ii ng temp?ranos per
1' ut . f the county Of
un, and there i- a t a leg i
saloon within its borders, ami we -aw
only two men under the ii
inf cxii atlng drinks
Four newspaper' ate published in the
county, two at I.-burg and tw i at
Hamill in, three of wbosa editora,
L?lth, of the Eaterpriee, Lynoh of
the Washiogtonian, an i Sheets of the
Mirror, we net and wh > extended
highly appro ij ,?
Among those we met that made
Inquiries In reference to the
prosperity and pats pie of this st
were Mayor s ("irr "il Chancellor ,M a J,
B. W, Lynn, formerSopt. if the State
Penitentiary, A. II Rogers,B T Mat
t cks aud Rer. O W Popklus
Num were made as to
th? o ii'?ti u of >'i Sena! >r \V. A Lit?
He .ii ? I I SU] BO himself, but
of his friends Intimated that Mnj .r
Lynn would be a candidate and
?? b iclting for I
Intendencj of ?he penitentiary, It
will b i :. BO red tnat h'1 was de
. in the 1 Ml D m lUruti ' :?
lative caucus for rc*eh*ctlon to this
poeitl n
All the ?ub? tit.-r-. t.. The V''" I
whom we met sp ke In the most com
pltmnntuy ternis of it as a live, np-to
date ii'w-piper, and a moot wel
visitor into their hoc,
1.-burg, like Prtderloksbarg has a
reputation o ine f t pretty
girls, many of Wl SUW out en
j tying the invigorating, health-giving
breezes that cam d rwn fr"-h from the
The apple er p In the couuty is very
fine this fall, and the com er p gener?
ally is said to be unsurpassed.
Many green whest fields are around
Lee-burg and betwepu there and Wash?
ington giving all the promise that
could be desired this early in the sea?
son for a bountiful harvest of golden
grain next summer.
Burt-Er-adaus A Beautiful Marriage.
Special to Ihe Free Lauco
Bowling Green, Nov. l?th, 18
Cue of the prettiest home weddings
ever solemnized in this community
took place tonight at 7 ?f*j o'clock at the
home of Dr. W. F Broaddus, when his
third daughter,Miss Katherine Le Roy,
became the bride of Mr George E. Burt,
of Waverly, in the presence of a few
intimate friends and relatives of the
contracting parties. The bride was be?
comingly attired in a blue tailor-made
suit, with hat and gloves to match aud
carried bride's ropes.
The bridal couple entered the parlor
from the rear, and proceeded through
an aisle of ribbon to an altar erected in
a bay window, where they were met by
Iiev. Frank B Beale, uncle of the
bride, who performed the ceremony in
a solemn and impressive manner. The
decorations were elaborate and beauti?
ful, and showed exceptional skill and
The bride is a daughter of our popu?
lar physician. Dr. W. P. Broaddu?,and
is a great favorite. The groom is a
successful lumber dealer of Waverly,
A snrnp'uous dinner was served be?
fore the ceremony at the home I f the
bride to the bridal patty and relatives
of the families. Among those present
from a distance were : Rev. and Mrs.
Frank B. Beale. of King and Queen ;
Dr. and Mrs. G H Rylaud, Misses
Marlon and Julia Rylaud, Messrs. W.
B. Broaddus, J. G. Broaddus and C. H.
Ryland, Jr., of Richmond; Misses
Pannie aud Nannie Garnett, of King
and Queen ; Miss Bailie Burt, of Wav?
erly. and Mr. John Garnett, of King
aud Queen.
Mr. and Mrs. Butt left on the 0
o'clock train for an extended Northern
tour, and upon their return will go to
Waverly, their future home.
I Y. 7.
National Export Exposition, Philadel?
phia, Fa.
Ronnd trip tickets sold only on Tues?
days and Thursday until November
28th,good to return until December 2nd,
1899, at $8 20. Including admission
ooupon Tickets good going only on
date of sal** and for continuous passage
in each direction.
In addition to the above, round trip
tickets will be sold on Tuesday, No?
vember 14*h and '?1st including cop.n
of admission ut $6 10 Good only for
continuous passage, in each direction,
limit for return ten dajs from date of
0. 0. Cox, Agent
dlO Mit;n Btr
bebree? old ?lai? 1
a f.- a i'-1 ? ?1er?
mu th.? dull seati ??
Pranee . ? ?'? ?
M ?e ?aronl B.
Plain and Mixed Dandy Ic lb
l-arire loi Lye St;
Lamp Stui'-ii ii- lb
Alabaetet .Stiirel), Wtth liiu-.nK ami
wax 4c ?paokege
1 m Soeroh 4c
Large boxee Metohes ?>? ilirsen l doeen
i i .
?o Vi ash Beards 9
Pins if doeen
' ?dii-r's oboe Neils
lo?- .?<?. ?hostie
Paper ? ami 4" .?um
Armour's Key Soap a f
Our Favorite Soap, 12 bars fur ?6c
This an old well seasoned soap anc.
only limited ?iiiantity lu stock and
cannot I?? sold again at the price
irgains In
Tinware, Dry Goods, Notion.. Kto.
Country merchants will do well to
gm our figure.? to the trade before buy?
I) n i forgot the plane,
(Sebree's Old stand ,
lodern Grocery
Try nr "No 86, Royal Blend, White
Delioi >us, Heelthfol, Pore, K
?l. SS oaoSa pooad
Try our : _?
Maple Syrup ! 2
Extra tin?? WO guarant lie lii.est XT
quality, absolutely pun?. 20, 25, -**
Onr best Half pint bottlei
Try our Ohotoo, New On p */}
a im. mm, I
?ots per gallon. ^
Try "Banquet" Table Syrup &
4'? r">nts por gallon "ZL
We have ?**"
mih:e meat ? apple butter. <
14 and 10 ce.ite pound. *?*
Why doI buy where v.?u **
g?< cl
" High Quality, <
Low Prices?">
. L.
The Modem Grocery,
Opera House Building.
Indictment of Jerry West and Other Court
The regular term of Caroline court
was held Monday, with Judge E. 0.
M incure on the bench. An unusually
?mail crowd was in attendance from
the oonnty, but the nsual number of
drummers were on hand advocating the
merits of their goods Those present
from Fredericksburg were Messrs. H
F. Orlsmond, A T. E nbrey, W. A.
Bell. E O. Nipde, W. E Ling E W.
Mills, C. S. Bradley. L. E Tyler,
Maurice Hirsh, Geo. R. Richerson.Jas
A. Turner, Josh Trolan, Harry Gould
man, L L. Onghill, J. W. Masters, M.
8 Chancellor, G. F. Timberlake. W.
H Harkamp, J. S. Wallaoe, Henry
Garne?, W. H. Merchant, of the Star,
and The Free Lance man.
The old war borre of Republicanism,
Mr W. 0 Digges, who was on the
oonrt green, bi*lng asked what he
thought of the result said, "the elect?
ion of Pitts Is a great Democratic vic?
tory In ?Caroline " What do you mean
by that ! asked The Free Lance ' 'Iludan
that Pitts received more Democratic
votes In the connty than did Powers."
Mr. Pitts was not present, bnt Mr.
Powers wns mingling with the crowd
and did not seem to take his defeat
mnoh to heart.
Special grand jiry was sworn, and
after some deliberation, brought in an
indiotment against Jerry West for fel?
ony. His trial was set for this teim,
end the sheriff summoned s jury for the
Will of Mrs. Mary F Houston ep*
proved and ordered to reoord.
I. ?in lieeaes was granted to Robert
Peed, at Oatoh Penny
P.:ter A Grav?t! and Oharchlll
Gsines were exempted from the pay?
ment of capitation tax on account of
A Case of Emergency
where life and limb depends upon the reliability o?
your ? ', is oiten encountered when driving, and
and what a feeling of relief comes when you feel
pe in the good wormanship and superior ma
ils with whuh every Buggy Fold by us is put
itherwith. Our stock of fine Buggies is un
Burp Lssed for quality, style and beauty anywhere.
Boy's Suits, from 69c. a p. Men's Suits, from 11.98 up; Good heavy yard wide Cotton'at 4c ,
North 6. Calicoea at 3|c. Percales at 5c, worth 8. Trunks, from $1.00 to $10.00
We have hit*- .styles and low prices, that you cannot find at other stores. It will pay you
to see Miis stock before making your fall parchases.
T. N. BRENT, Fredericksburg, Va.
bualnpM transactions wllh us satisfactory ..mineas, and if rour butines?
with ui Baa, then the natural remit w\ i be thai our i.imiiiens ?ill lx: a butter bunuea? arid the buyer and sailer
What We Have to Sell.
shea, Aprtcota, Pni - ' ? r:tp?- ?fats. Poetan Cereal, oat Meal?, Wheat Kiaao?,
Bice Plnkc?. Almond?, Pecan?, Rniruah Walnut?, Fllberta, Shell liara?. Uetatlnc?. Macar ?ni, Bnafbet'l Wrm-clll. Hominy, Break fan
Be liara?. 8. C. Hbouldera, Pure Leal Lard, Dried Lima Beaaa, Ha- y Baana, Plain ?n>i B>if*Bialof liut-kwhuat "?'.our.
Our Methods of Doing Business.
Having In iti rh onlj in? li |00da a- have rnerit. good? thai piense, ?/<?,<is that prove ?atUfactory ; telllof all
roodaatan boneat and leal tl mat?* profil nothlnv more>, ?ndetelos to It that every euatossar at our store reo'iv.-* one dolfar'e worts ot
Mail Orders Solicited.
" It Pays to Buy the Best."
This is a very popular little SHELLER, especially for those
who do not raiss large crops. Price is very reasonable.
Can sell you a fine Double Sheller for more money. Call or
write to us.
Remember Our "Success" Air
Tight Wood Heaters, best made.
W. A. BELL & BR0.
Bed Room Suits,
At Old Prices.
Remember us when you are on the
1 ookout for Bargains in Housefurnishin^
Goods. Wholesale and Retail.
W. A. BELL & BRO..
918 Maiu ??tret. FREDERICKSBUK0. VA.
\A/ A KJ "TT pT r~\ m _ Every man and woman that visits Fredericksburg for -
V V f-\ I \l I l__ L?/ . - ? |,-ea8ure or business to visit our store and see the BAR
GAI1S8 and Newest Goods for Fall and Winter in
Cloaks, Capes and Furs. Blankets and Flannels. Silks for Waists. Near
Silks for Linings from 12hc. up.
for the Fall is one of the largest that has ever been shown in town. Come
and look for yourseli at
bodily infirmity.
The following parcels of land we
sold at public anetion :
Forty acres belonging to the esrate <
Pleasant E Faulconer, deceased, ar
allotted to Henry Waite and wife, ar
by them conveyed to E B Smith, pu
chased by W. L Blanton for $40.
One hundred acres In Port Royal dli
trict, conveyed by Wm. Reeves an
David Harduian to secure Lewis Bakei
L M. G. Baker purchaser at $325.
Seventy-six acres on the road frei
Campbell's mill to Blanton's store, w
L. Cobb purchaser at $360.
Eighty-three acres belonging to th
Buckner estate sold at $1 05 per acre t
E. O Bullock.
The following property belonging t
the estate of J. M. Hudgin, deceased
was sold, subject to the contlrmatioi
of the court :
Store house lu Bowling Green, occu
pled by J. P. Davis. Chas. Collins
parohaser, at $500.
Store house iu Bowling Green, occo
pied by G T Swain. C. Garne?,$410
Lot and building in Bowling Green
known as Wright's shop. Charles Col
lins, $360.
Lot in rear of above lot. Charlei
Collins, $200.
Property known as Wright's mill
with 20 acres. The mill property wai
purchased by J W. Oovington for $221
and the 18 acre? adjoining by Lula T
Wright for $40 50
Fifty acres adjoining tbe above prop
erty. J. W. Oovington, $30.
A small bouse and lot In Bowling
Green, on Mllford street. Chas. Ool
Uns, $100
A tract of wood land, with ice house,
situated near Bowling Green, E. R
Oogbill, $245.
The house oooupted by Mrs. Ellen
Downing. E. R. Ooghill, $1,210
List of writings sino? October court.
to November 13th, 1899:
James H. Miller to A. Fraoghuaogh
bill tale for crop tobacco,
O. L Collins and wife to G I. H Jack
son, deed for land.
G. I. H.Jackson and wife to Richard
(J. Moncnre, trustee, deed trust on
Thomas B Farmer, administrator of
Samuel T. Farmer, to W. P. Farmer,
deed for land.
John Self, trustee, &o., to James W.
, Vass, deed for land.
Thomas N. Welch and T. P. Walla e,
commissioners, to Henry Wissner, deed
for land formerly belonging to James
D. Ooleman
Thomas N. Welch and T.P. Wallace,
commissioners, to Henry Wissner, deed
for land formerly belonging to James
D. Ooleman.
Henry Wissner to John Hartman,
trustee of the Enterprise Building As?
sociation of Fredericksburg, deed trnst
on land.
Joseph L. Hardiuan tjP. A.Thomas,
bill sale for crop tobacco.
George Lonesome and wife to R G.
Moncure, trustee, deed trust on land
D. W. Beazlie and wife to R G.
Moncnre, trustee, deed trust on land.
John S. Ohilds to Annie Wesley Tre
walla, deed for land.
S. W. Allen and wife to Oliver Hop?
kins, deed for land.
J. E. DeJarnette to Roberta Terry,
deed for land.
Samuel E. Pitts to Wm. Ohilds, deed
for land.
Win. Ohilds and wife to Melville
Broaddus, trustee, deed trust on land.
W S Haneford and wife and J. R.
Gonldln to O. F. Hicks, deed for land.
W. B. Oovington and wife to W. N.
Oovington, deed for land.
W. B. Oovington, trustee, &c, to
W. N. Oovington, deed for land.
Thos B. Fsrmer, administrator of
Samuel F. Farmer, to James 8 Farmer
and wife, deed for land.
0. U Harris and wife to I H Di
. JarnetK?, deed for l.nd
J H D'Jarnotreto J. W. Elliott aud
J W. Barton, deed for land.
R. A. Oonldman and wife to W. S
Embrey, deed for land.
A deed of partition, conveys to Nan
nie D. Gooch 120 acres of land, to Bet*
tie B. Brooke 117 acres, to Mary Ii.
Jessie 112 acres, to T. J. Richards 110
acre?, to Jennie L. DeJ&rnetta 75 soiee,
to Lacy 8. DeJaraette 76 acre?, land
formerly belonging to Lucy Msry Do
Peter Fontaine, ect , to Jo Line
Stern, deeoVfor land.
Deed cf partition gives to J. L Jor?
dan, one portion of the farm, and to
Bettie B. McDowell the other portion
of the farm on which the lata Loai??
S. Jordon resided. Namber of a<*res
not stated.
John Rock, Sr., to John Rook, Jr.,
deed for interest in Louisa Rook'a es?
T. J. Jordan, homestead deed .claims
exemption in personal property.
W. M. Wbitico to Samuel E. Tilts,
bill sale on crop of tobacco.
P. B. Ooaldin, to Jerry Roots and
Mjllie R>ots, bis wife, deed for land.
Jerry Roots and wife to MelviUa
Broaddas. traite?, dead traat on land.
Six ibooaand paira of ahoea are mad?
daily in the Virginia penitentiary by
Wbeat, 60 to 66; corn, 88 '40, meal 90
to 100 per 100 pounds ; oats, 18 to 16 ;
fowls (live), 6 to (W; chicken?,
6'i to 7 ota. per lb. ; Urd, T
to 8 ; eggs, 18 to 18^ ota. ; batter
15 to 90; h?ms, 10 to 11?, Irish
potatoes, 40 to 60 ; beef, 8 to Sk : veal
4 to 4?; Pork, 4 to l%\ hides
(green),8 to 7 ?hides (dry),8 to 10;hld*e
(green) aal ted, 7 to 0.
Wool?Unwashed, 19 to 20: washed,
22 to 25.
The oral? st?rkst.
The grain markets closed ysjsterday
as follows :
Chicago?Wheat, Dec. ?7^; May
71'., ; Corn, Deo. 80; Deo. oata, J?V
New York?8ontbern wheat, 70 to
77 ; Southern corn, 39 to 40.
Baltimore?Southern wheat,68 t.. ?19;
Southern corn, 85 to 88.
Rlotmond-Wlwat, 65 to 71 ? onrn.
88 to 40.
Alexaodrt?-Wh?at, r*0|to?5; oorn,

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