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BA TU HO AI.MAY 20, 1890
Entered?! the Posto?ce at Fredericks
t Va., as second oU?I inaller. )
Kifhinond, Fredericksburg &
Schedule in et?ect Jan, I6th, I8t?*9.
"KAINM l.l'.AVK raK0BKIUK8IIHUU.
b ! ' m. k-datlv.
11.14 A. M, Bundars only.
M a. M dailj t loept ?tuaJajr.
t. I . M. dall] , Mfl't MilltlH).
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\ ?: . ive? Kit liinoiul
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c. ?. eux. Agent
U?idiinarteft for Building Materials.
i k.-. . Sorth Carolina ami Vlr I
?nu.? i I, Sli.n I
Latta?, Stasb, IHxira ?ml it...i.is. Lime. I
; .-?. riaau-i .i.?- iu:r.
? i Iron
x\ M KeaJi
Hryt-r Varmsb an?! Le* ?s' Wim?
tty.Karm Watrans. Kt?ad ?.art?
. . - K. i?. l nl.K.
: and upward? >n lir-t
liens .?n Real Kst?te
K ?r farther particulars apply to
JOHN T. KNIGHT,
ISAAC HiKSH. Financial
Merchants & Mechanics P. B ?V 1 A ,
Fmlericksburg, \ ,i
We make :i specialty of the ah vein
-. tt'i.i, King
.ne* and other?
adj i-t-llt t ' this -ity.
.?. ffer yoo Kelial -I ow
Rates and ?at i ?factory adjustments.
Insure at Once
Against FIRE and LIGHTNING
nun i bu,
K?*s ! :. > t
I*. " l \ 1
i > I'rin
GIVE MEA CHANCE
T ? Mtin ite in I d any
kind if building or repair work jota
vaut ; in town or c mntry
All w rk entrnsta?d to me ?rill b?
m ,i thoroughly latisfa tory manner,
and in quickest time possible, i'latis
t nlding '.v 'rk.
F. P. STEARNS.
0 H lil?ler.
Local and Current Comments
Judge Thomas? Welch, ol Caroline,
d the city yesterd iy
Mr. E W. Mill? has returned from a
business trip to Washington.
Phe r .11 of h m *r of our publi ? -
?a ill h-- f .in?. 1 on the tirst page of this
Kf-v Wm Meade Clark, of Richmond,
will preach at St George's church to?
Mr Willie Onewning ha* gotu? to
Pan?-nier county, where he will spend
Miss Dul l? B. Lucas, who has been
isly ?11 .it The Point, In On
Ladies,you ran gel nure Style and
more ehange back if you t?uy your M?ti
tt T. N. I.rmt's.
Awlstanl U 8 Attwtrney of the
Eastern District of Virginia DcJarnette
was In town yesterday.
Mr. John 0. Lacy, of the University
"f Virginia, is the gn?*st of his grand?
father, Maj. J Horace Lacy.
Mr 0. M Harris, uf Orange, was in
town Thursday. He reports a fin?- |>r B
I r a good wheat yield in his oom
Beautiful Kin<?hams, figured piques,
cheek muslin, dotted mu*Iins and wash
of all kinds new being opened at
K T. Haker's.
A marriage license his been i-sued in
Washington citv to Robert H Pridham
and Luir-i V Th impson, both of ban
cast?? e mnty, Va.
Mr and Mrs W H Du?irson, of the
noonty, were In the city Thursday.
Mr. H says the wheat crop in his
neighborh ? ?1 is only fairly promising
Mr A Randolph Howard, wife and
child l-ft "n the sti'uii-T West m Ireland
Thurnday for ? visit "f several days t >
the family of Capt. W. A. Smith, in
< Mir Success Ladies' button and lace
rlongnla shiv-s. As stylish, handsome
and long lived as shoes thai eoal $8.
Exquisite in design, exact in style.
Our price $1.98? J. W. Thomas
The rfnvf >lk correspondent "f the Bal?
timore Herald says that Dr .1 F An
derson, assistant surgeoo '" Mw United
Btates Marine Hospital servie??, is in
tint citv. where he will spend some
tune studying small pox.
Rev Cephas Shelburne has returned
from a trip to Lvnchburg, Roanoke,
Radfnrd and Taaewell, In the interest
of the new Christian church to he
: hem, and will lili his pulpit as
usual tomon ?W morning and night.
We have received from the Southern
Seminary, of Bowling Oreen, a hand*
sunn- invitation and program of the
twenty-first annual commencement cx
sreisea, which will take place at the
seminary Tuesday evening, May I'Oth,
at s o'clock.
You will find at Hall's Drug Store the
moat c'inipute lasortmaat of sick room
requisitea Hot water bottles, air pil?
lows, fountain and bulb syringes, ruh
ber bed pans, soft rubber face bottles,
atomiawfi and all appliances needed
? it her by physician or patient.
A tin?etin(* of the Frederick?bnrK
Mary Washington Monument Associa?
tion is called for Monday evening. May
22ud, at r> o'clock, at the home of Mrs
V. M Fleming. The National Associa?
tion will come down im Saturday, and
the local association desire to make
preparation for their reception.
Natloaal Peace Jubiles at Washington
May 23rd, 34th and 25th.
For this occasion we will sell tioket?
to Washington and return at the one
fare rate. Tick?- will be on sale May
.?2nd, 23rd and 21th. g ?od going only
on date of ?ale, and limited to contin?
uous passage in ?ach dir?*otiou. Final
limit for return May 27th, 1899.
tmaUo 0. 0. Cox, Agent.
To the V ten o! Kin*? George
Al bu, King George Oo , Va ,
May '.'. 11399
F ut- years .igo, when 1 was u candi
r th?' Ireacnrer'c Uffloe, I was
appn.... -bed i.y the leader? of my party
ami other? with the propoetti >n that if
l would withdraw und support F. IT
Niude this should be my tmu'.and they
would support me. securing methat
N'uni." would not In. scandidste in 1899
I agreed and Complied with my agree?
ment. What do Iflnd now: "Political
tieacheryl" Who is responsible' Niude
:ia? not ?i .'il proper to answer my in
- : February 3, 1899 Then I ??
i aun "Unce myself a candidate for the
tti e of entity treasurer ami cordially
Invite your support, promising if elected
ini'iiiv out the rtiiuirements of the
V. c. Oarutherc
To the Votera of SpotsylvauU County.
1 invite you to meet int? at OUT Court
11 use on Monday morning, the ?Dnd,
it i" o'clock, to hear nie sud my oppo?
nent, Mr Graves, (who Is hereby earn
estlv invited to attend i dlscUM the is
sue? th ,t have come Int ' this very im
il elect! 'ii for county attori
n f otherwise sec and talk with
bol i ,? f v u 1 .un ? csudld ?!'?
.1 li Powell
Poll Hits Ktmpsnt A Lively Diseusslon
Coun Proceed ses Notes and Psras
I'olitics. then? ?vis nothing but poli*
Stafford court WedneMlsy. Kvery
candidate ?> present, and, with their
lieutenants, did lively missionary work
A voter who w;i? ont for the "1
and fishes" ?? ?uld gel a dinner, ailrink.
cigar? ami, if he possessed much Influ?
ence, a five dollar note was in? spe ml
object. It was a ?lay of winners, and
if we had believed much that was told
us 00 the day after election there will
he DO defeated candldetec The condi?
tions are very much mixed, however,
ami the wise beada, who have beret -
fore forecasted the result, acknowledged
that they were not sure of anything,
M ii.-v and .lohn Barleycorn on the ?lay
a" elect! mi will be the Important facl ?rs
tO decide the .[U.'sti in.
A -? ml? Him who ts an ardent
?? | r good roads, which are an un
known quantity in Stafford, mule a
-?mn which, he sud, would re
;\?t'."ii and in ?k" good rond? in
the county, to-wi*: Let a day be ap
P doted and all the ofli *es be put up at
public auction m front of the court h ?nse
indkn vn to the highest bidder
Take this money, said he, and work
, Is an l we will not have any m re
road tax to pay and have better roadi
th m Staff ml has ever p ?aw ?sed
BERREY AN!' WAI.I.ACK DISCO?
I.i>t ? u-t there was a dii
t r i' ramm wealth'a attorney B th
Its Berrey i? an oil tun?'
? vet Wall ice .? young m ?n
if o ??? i?i in W ills - h ? ?
? ? w ?- imt m it !
??picked Ins Iliii?, " and chai:
s . i ? f r a di? ",i-?i in We i ?es I ?v
Tnrn about seemed 11 be fair pliy. ami
this time Berrey had the 11
him. There -v ?s s ?me lively ni1
i ?? _--''ting the w ?ret
,-f it, when Senator Wal i h ind
n. the disonsslon. The sibj'.'t ??-as the
ro.?.i 1 iw in Stafford, which wee passed
by the last [l?gislature, and which
Berrey was Instrumental In having
Wallace was equally reeponcible for its
in the Senate before it could
? tw Senator Wallace made
an assertion relative toits pa
when B Trey interrupted him by saying,
"it yen believe what y>u say Senator
y ou ar?' a Jackass " At this the crowd
yelled m Tociferously that Dr. Wallaoe'c
reply was not heard. With this the
Chairman M. K Dowry of th? Re?
publicans th??n t??ok the stand II" said
he desired to make a correction, but
n it a speech?that a report was in cir?
culation that the Republicans would
throw their strength on election day to
certain candidates who were not on
their ticket. "This is not true, " said
he " As chairman of the party I hope nil
republicans will support Mr. Rryan for
clerk, Ch'-sley for treasurer, Wamsley
for eherlff, and Ooakley and Knight
for c Immissionen of revenue. As for
the Commonwealth attorney's we are
willing to let them light it out along
their own lines. "
Fire broke out iu the stables of Mr.
0. N H"!! ?].,;ir Ooakley, last M ?mlay
morning and they ami their contents
Were ?I'-stroy? ?1. The cause is not
A young daughter of Mr. Bell was
standing a short distance from the fire
when her clothing was ignited by ?i
spirk. tit??! but for the prompt action of
Mr. Bell, who win near, she would
have been seriously burned. The loss
on the stahl's is about *.4?M)t with an
insurance of $150
Commander John T. Goolriok, of
If aery Chunp, C. V., of this city, gave
notice that he would call a meeting at
next court to take steps to have
erected si StatT ird Ooart-houss a mon?
ument to the dead Confederates of the
oonnty and if-quested all interested to
Noble Hobeon, infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ohurles A. Truslow, rtipd Tuesday
Those present from Frederickshurg
?rere Messrs. C. H Hurkamp, Duff
Green, S. G. Wallace, J. T. Ooolliok,
Geo Kich'Tson, C O'Conor Gonlrick.
W H Merchant, of the Star, and The
Free I,vice representative.
In court tne following business was
Hugh Alie app'iintod administrator
Of the estatt of Dronaugh Stout, de?
Thomas Williams appointed guardian
of the Fletcher children.
Tims S Rriggs gave additional bond
as guardian of Hampton and Sarah
0. F Grannigor appointed adminis1
trator of the estate of James Burgess?
Sarah J. Burgess appointed guardian
of her infant children.
John T. Dixon appointed guardian
of Krnest and Kate Harrison.
Board of Supervisors authorized to
appoint competent physicians to exam?
ine and repoit upon the physical condi
ion of applic ants for pensions.
W. S. Chesley substituted trustee in
plaoe and stead of W. S. White, de
oeased, in deed of George J. Lightner,
! W. S White
\ toante of Samuel Fitshugh, asad*
miniattati r ol Henry Fit/.hugh, de*
ceased, pn sent? ?t end oonfiiund.
R A. I. ?wrj n lii v ! fr? m orroneon?
-ment on land.
Application of W. J. White i ?r ? ?pen?
?ion ordered oertifled to the Auditor.
Accounts of .linns Q Lee, as admin
istrator ol Henry Taylor, deceased, pre
Miited and c ?uflrmi?1.
, ? ol the delinquen) land? ol -I ?
?id Nanoy Burton confirmed,
l.lsT nl' \V!;l TINOS
Admitted to re? r,l 111 ll.e I'll Ik's l)f
li e since th" April ten i
Deed for land from John W. Heflin
and wife to Samuel H St? ph-tis.
'leid for land from W S (Hoe and
others to R \ Oloe ami others,
Deed for laud from Mrs. K N Wei?
ler and others to ? ''ms M lore.
Ri oetpt fn in B I wtei t i .1. R.
PI ,,f trust from ,1 din Raylini to
Hugh Aii" ??
hi ?n l i'1 ?' fi m It r Shelkotl to
W, Il S n Ik M
I' ? l f .r litnl fi un \1 util? li Asliliy
t ' W A W. in? it)
Deed for land I u K Ashby
t ' Mom ??? iiei'.??,,e
I? ?? 1 aid plat from W, ,1 I'. mtyard
and wife to .1 Im H Cos
I ? l for land from Mary K Brid*
well t ' K ?(!'..? Col vin.
?ml f r ?m 11 A t. r
.1 M Porter,
i * - i of trust fr mi ? N Bell ami
wife to Enterprise Building Acs cia
I? 1 ,-f rrmt t: m |> W Curtis to
.1 M Ashby, trustee
i> - I ,,i trust tr en K s Payne and
wife to Merchants' and Mechanics'
Perpotntl Building and I,'an Associa
c A Bry ?m ?1 ?rk, I > W W Hum
m ir, deed for ?i?*I i n? i 'lent land.
? N Bridwell and wife t i Richard
K ing, deed for land
Inventory and appraisement ol K. I.
Platf ird's est ite.
Deed for land from U *.. B ?wling
.ml wife to v? A Barber sud wife.
Deed of trust from James S Bl ixton
.?ml wife to Hngh Adle, trustee
I? d f ?r land from Mortis Truslow
ami wife to Rebeksh .1 t-cki
I '" i i r :.??. I fi m Joehu i 1. Be icb
and a ife t - M irgarel Hut i?
1? mi trosl fr m W l> Re iray ai d
wife te .1 K Anderson, trustee,
Deed for 1 ?ml from St. i??? irge K.
i! commissioner, to
,1 seph l??vi?
Deed for 1 tnd from W m Mnunij ?y
th r - ; Lewis U
I '? . ? : i >:; 1 fr un A l' I.vi ?
I for land fi m Saucy But!
- ? I 11
an i wil
II am li. I
i - ii and
. for land fr ni M K I. wry and
.?t fr in .**i.| hen K- nnedy
toi; -? , - n
pi It fl ol. A I'll!'
otln-rs t , M mu-I Fritter
II,m 1 of \m - ? I. K ?in ? t V.
Il m ' of Sarah J. Barges*.
Inventory aid ippraisment ? fSamuel
Deed for land fr m II Stone and
others 11 Frank H ?well
Deed for land tr m W. W. C ? ?per
and wife to Frank H ?well,
I?-.- I and pi it fr nu James ? ? I.
nul plat from .1 ihn 11 Hoffman
ami wife to James Byram
D.-ed f.,r laud from W. K. Mount joy
ami wife to James Byram.
for land fr' m James W. Sd
man and wife to J, (;. Ball.
Deed for land from George Brooke
and wife to William 0 ?vin.
R M College Defeat' d By the Bowl ng
Ore<n Team Southern Seminary Com?
mencement Entertainment Personals,
(Correspondence of Th" Free Lance)
Bowling Green, May is, I
<?u Monday evening quite b large
crowd gathered on the Academy
grounds to witness a ?ame of lull be?
tween the Sod team ?if Randolph Ma
con College, of Ashland, and our boys,
which resulted in a victory for the
home boys, hy a score of 19 to 8 A
great deal of interest was manifastod
from start to finish, ami enthusiasm
ran high, the ucual item lustrations
Ix'ing mad?' by the crowd of "rooters,''
who enj ?yed the victjry to the fullest
extent There is some talk of the B.
(i. boys going down to Ashland. in the
near future, to try then skill there.
Mrs. W W Wright left 00 Tuesday
for Washington, when' she will visit
friends and relatives
Mrs. W K. Kurt is left on Monday
for Norfolk, where she will remain for
Mrs C I, Mallard and little daugh?
ter left on last Friday for Washington,
to visit Mr. B's parents these
Mr? ,i W, MoOown, after a oleasen!
visit to fri"iids in Richmond, returned
hen- on Monday, and is the guest of
Judge E C. Moncure and family.
The closing exercises of the Siuth
eru Seminary, will begin on next
Thursday, ^-"?th and continue until the
: J1 h t. One of the in ist interesting com*
ineoceni?'iits In tim history of this
school is anticipated (?aite a large
number of alumnae is expected.
Rev. J. T. M ?stiti, of Riohmond,
spent Tuesday with the family of Mr.
L H Stiff
Mrs. T. B. Gill entertained qnite S
large number of friends at a beautiful
tea on Saturday evening, at her home at
Milford and as usual with such a host?
ess all spent almost delightful evening.
ThoBeprese.it wen Mr and MrsT.B
Gill, Mrs. E C. Moncuro, Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Coghill, Misses Grace W. King,
Oordie L. Winston, Blanche Coghill,
Addie Irby, May and Caro Broadilus,
and Messrs. C. A. Broaddus, J. R.
Coghill, A. S. 1'eatross and W. B.
Mrs. W. L Broaddus and little
daughter left on Tuesdav for King
and Queen, wheie they will remain for
Master John Muscoo Ryland left on
Monday for his home in Richmond,
after a pleasant visit to the family of
Dr. W. L. Broaddus.
On next Saturday night, May 20th,
in the Lawn Hotel, of this place, Prof.
Willoughby Roade, of tho Episcopal
High School, will deliver a humorous
lecture for the benefit of the Methodist
Auotlier I' re A New ?uiniiiei Renort
John McNabb Accepta a? Call to
tax Th? County Election Tribute t
Late Clerk Win I. Brown, .\c
? ' irrespondence of The Fn i I u
Hampstesd, Va , M iy 18th, 18
Cas naines by fire have be? u I? -
King George this year than uso ?i
laal week Mr Ephriam K lim* I m
kitchen by tin-, on which there wa
insurance. Mr Rollins had il
the kitchen a supply nf groceries
other provisions, all of which
burned, thus entailing a double
The lire probably originated fr? m i
ft ?-ti\i? Sue
Somerset Beach, near here, inl
to boom sgain tins summer, bul i
nut probable it will entirely i?clipmi
lonial Beach this year, though, we
derstand, it proposes to du ?o s.
Mr W F Payne lias engaged
Frank Jones, "f Westmoreland oon
tu take charge "f bis inl? rest? al ' '8
erset. " Mr Jone ? se is f ?rmerly f
tin- county, and is well known
highly appreciated here fur his m
sterling qualities "The I
fortunate to be In tie- can i f socl
good, reliable man
This section h is been visit, i by
rains m the past few days, which v
much needed, and have proved of n
iimable value to the or rps and gsrdi
Tie -lay nighl during a severe thui
storm lightning killed ?took f"r savi
of nut farmers, the heavlesl loser be
Mr. W. RobinsonTayli r, neai 0? m
who lost tWO line DOW s
Messrs Blllingsley ? Taylor'? -
mill is in full blast sgain, aft-r hav
been shut down for a while for wan
competent workmen men able
handle the hcivy tniili??r- ah u|
Rev. .1 >hn McNabb, minister
charge of St. Paul's church, n? ?r hi
and two other Kpisoopal ohnrches
tins county, ha- sent In his resignal
and expects to leave here tie? la't.-r ?
of June to take charge of a p u lah
Fairfax county. Mr McNsbb i
preacher ol more than ordinary abili
and s.iiii<? of Ins disoonraei are i li que
lb? has d ii" - ?n" go ?1 woii .
poor, but, being of the lln-h Ohui
he has never asslmulat?*d with on
denominations lb? \siil carry ???.
111 m to ins new borne many km.
wishes fr m tin? Km*- (??? Tgiani 3
M -N ibb li fi 1 u -day to attend the i
nuai council m Richmond
The engroMing theme of tonversatl
n iw i- the coming election Ev<
i ?v is Interested, and many verymt
? x-i(>?-1 There ar>- ,?? candi
m tin- field, and if. u re* tied in l
Fr"- L inoe some time ?.
?pringa np after every rani, we m iy i
Increasing number now B
r il W ? ? has withdrawn from t
I Republi '.in o indld it'
urer. and leaves the way un lisputed
f >r three Dei indld ite? l.
dently somebody i? gum* to is? left
i ir townsmen, Messn Hay ?
Hunter Taliaferro, n- In the county
We read with Interest In The Fi
Lanoe of the 9th instant in article !r
I'-rt Royal, "A Pica for tin* 0
Clerks." It was good Wi -ty "
h"ib'r to whom h 'ii r i- due," and t
mission "f a name su d?-ar to the heai
of th?- King George people, or ? trin?
to the memory of one whose whole li
was a publir benediction, causes mu
surprise to these peopla. The oam?
William B. Brown is engraved on tl
hearts of all who knew him f'-r ai
near. Fur fifty-one years befilledwi
honor th?> position of trust *.i fullyoo
tided to him as clerk of OUT OOUUt
which position had been rjoonpied i
his father Ix'fore him. and tin- i
still filled by a member of the -.m
family, most satisfactorily, of ourla
lamented clerk no words of commend
tion are too high, for he was ever t!
friend of the fatherlesH and the wldov
or any who needed a friend or idvisoi
and it may truly be said of him "M u
the perfect man and behold the uprigh
f >r the end of that man is y
Personals anil Other Notes
('.irrespondence of The Free Lance
King George (1. II., Va.,
May I8tb, 1899.
Cnl. and Mrs. Elliot, of Washington
I). (' , are the guests of Mrs. Field in
Lewis, at her hospitable resident
Hon. Tiloma? H Bevan and OoL R
.1 Washington were at the olerk's of
fice a few days ago looking after lega
Rev. John Me?abb attended th
Kpisoopal fJounoil la Richmond, thi
we?*k. While there he was tin* guest n
Miss Hallie Jett, daughter of Dr
Wm. N. Jett, is visiting Mrs. Rose T
Hunter, in Washington, D. ('.
Mr. P. 0, (rrymes.of Mathias Point
was at the clerk's office 00 business
Mr. (?rymos is always a welcome rial
The Parish II ill of St. John's P. K
Charola? in our village, has been va-tl?
improved by a new coat of paint
Mr. E J. Smith, one of Fredericks
burg's prominent business men, hai
been visiting his brother, Mr. Allei
Smith, at "Canning."
The many friends of Mr. Joseph T
li?e, of "Yellow Hill," deeply sympa
tin/.? with him in the sad affliotion u
the recent loss of his son George, whos?
death was caused by a stroke of light
ning one day last week.
Mr. W. E. Baker, the witty corres?
pondent, was in our village on Friday
last on notarial business.
Mr. H.-zekiah Potts is putting in
thorough repair and adding many Im
provements to his handsome residence
"Milford, " on Machodoc Creek.
A marriage license was issued from
the clerk's (?Hi e on the 1.5th, to Wil?
liam II Dixon and Ellen Grant.
Mr. Charles Olagsrett.of Washington,
D. 0., is a Ruest of ' Mr. .1 F. Hooa,
at "Laoderdale. "
Mrs. Rose T. Hunter, who spent last
week with her relatives at the I ' art
House, returned to her home in Wash?
ington, on the 12th inst.
Mr. J. Randolph Arnold, who ha?
been teaching i-ohool in "Warsaw,''
Richmond county, for the past session.
having finished the term, has returned
to his home "Willow Hill," in this
Senator-elect Taliaferro, of Florida,
| was at the Shoreham hotel, Washing?
ton, D. 0., on Thursday, but remained
I only a few hours.
Tie Bee I
H10 Main Street.
iSehre, '? (>|.| Stand)
A few p" ice? Ul I.HI business il
lag the ?lull se.?" n
Prune? ic poniid.
Ma? car? m I He
Plain end Mixed Dandy 7c lb
l.'l'l'e II ,\ I ,
Lump Starch le lb.
Alabaster Starch, with Blueing end
Was Ic pack ,.
Large b ixes MatellOH if .|../e|| ?dill
I I j ,C )
Wu den Wash F aid? He
01 'ihe? Pin Ic ,i -n
Ink Uo. bottle.
Fnv. Inpea So ?package
Tap, r .! ami Ic ijinrn.
Armour's K f?n Re
Our Favorite Soap, I' be
This ?m old well ceaeoned soap end
only limited qnantity in ?to? k and
cannot I?e sold again at the pi loe
??l.lal bargains In
I m ?vare, Dry < foods, Notion?, Etc,
Country men bants ?,?, in do well to
get oui liguri s to 'h" ii ?oe l'-'fore boy
lion't fnrgel Ihe pi i
(Sebree's old Si i
FIGURE IT OUT.
\ Penny Sqved
(s,) Penny M^de.
?ved m ik"- a gre it big
dollar It will no! take y ?u li
? it \mi will ?end me vont
In the Or i'-ery Line
The beat grades f
il | . thai
1 '.?? . ?
Si prie- that -f
which will please b? th In quality and
'.':: Fiiat S?:.;: u. M:',i.;?;
nt a low | ?
? '? iiineii Vegetables,
( ' ?m ..i Me ???.
Cam l Pich,
i inned Milk,
Wssh B nsrds,
Laundry and Toilet
All ?it iIih Loweal Possible
Price. Satisfaction gnar
anteed oi your money
Remember, 1 s?-11 tli?-* Ix^si ?it
Billed Hay, Mill Feed, Corn.
W. L. BURRUSS,
That4? tic asy ?J[""l man? |
, I |,ii -- III.-ir f? ? ?mes n It.n lliey fiei-d
? , lasa tonic, tanmior, I?
?ppelito, n?-r\ -.li-. weak iin-l deblll
t.,t, u i , ondltlon which mils ror a
ml ? la ue ?inil.ler, like S> m|i
||\ I ,,|.|, ?phite* i oiii|,oiiMil. It? a
.i,, un- iba) "i'-e- --"?d i-,-iiii.-iiii-iitiy,
mu? m.: a -timiiiant. Um ? not contain
U , lljldl, US 'loes I lie ? ?moil?
rorapoand? and hitler? now on the
?? ru|i HyiNipb???* hite? ? o.
t., .hi Ixttl ?
-,,',1 i,) ,i - for 75c.
Clse A CompBBjr
Kz'Jndge Maekey Not to Bf' Tried.
Charle-tow-n, W. Va., May IS?In
the Circuit Court today a nolle pri se
?jui was entered in the ceeeofths State
vs. ex-Judge T. J. Maekey.indicted for
bigamy. The reason assigned was the
refusal of Mrs Sarah Curtis Mackey.the
chief witness, to come from the State
of New York to testify against her
At the Episcopal (Jouucil m Rich?
mond, on Tuesday, Bishop Whittle in
his address said that his health had
greatly improved, so that he was en
kbled to attend the session of the Gen?
eral Assembly in Washington last fall,
the first time in the past nine years
During the year he made ffK visitations
and confirmed a large nomher of mem?
bers. "Never within my knowledge,"
a?id Bishop Whittle, "have we had so
few candidates for holy orders or so
few yonng men preparing for the min?
istry of our choren. This is? a signifi?
cant and alarming fact. It certainly
seems to indicate a decline of spiritual?
ity and an increase of worldlines?
among onr church people. "
Ool. G. S. Shackelford, of Orange, a
member of the Stete Committee for the
Eighth District, thinks the Democratic
State committee shonld be called to
hear what the convention advocates
have to say. But Ool. S. is opposed to
calling a convention to nominate a can?
didate for Senator. Ue thinks the com?
mittee has no right to do this in view
of the action of the Roanake con ven
ion of "97.
Open and Top.
Two Car Loads .hist Received.
Chancellor <S Rawlings,
FARMERS SUPPLY STORE.
CORRECT SPRING STYLES
In Wool Dress Goods, Silks, \V:i-ii Ooods, White Goods, Millinery Goods Mens Youth
;iinl lioys Clothing, d'C The largest and most complete stock of desirable t< selec
iiiiiii ever seen in this market. Everything new. ?o room in our store for old styles Non?
hill iIih newt, s I and must desirable productions allowed loenter. No advance in prices here.
Everything clieairnr than ever, Over five hundred ladies attend oui ? ; from
whom wer? heard hundreds of expression of admiration No trouble to make a good selec
limi ir?.m ihis stock. Come, if yon can reach us, if not send us your orders.
T. N. BRENT.
For Six Days Only, we will offer
?? Countess" Roll Toilet Paper,
1,000 Sheets to Roll, at
75 Cents per Dozen Rolls.
Avail yourself of above offer, ?'is the goods are richly worth $1.00 dozen.
W. L BRAN NAN.
Muy 10t.li, 189').
r I ?ii id i n g Twine
is Bmooth and Btrong. New stock
nl Mi?* Best Pure Manila and
Twin? tor sale at lowest market
NOW is the* lim?* t0 look
your machines to see what repairs
are wanted. Can furnish you knives
and sections foi all leading ma
DECKER & ALRIGH.
I CUT PRICES
I WIRE DOORS,
a ? _??%??' y ?i t. -ix tu ntbs' na irsi
; tbs i-i iinifti'iory on BMvy n-fi .
? op. 1) n't bay until
sev our lines. Maanf.tctut'-.
Ice Creara Freezers,
' REMEMBER, we have the NEWEST DESIGNS OF M AT
? TIN C that have ever been shown in Fredericksburg, and at LOW
W. A. BELL _ BRU.,
MAIN BTKEBT, KHKDKiacKtSUL'Kli, VA.
FIVE CENT BARGAINS.
Yard-wide Percale in Remuants, worth 10c, for 5c.
30-inch Dimities, Lawns and Organdi?* Cloth at 5c.
Handsome Plaid, stripe and plain SILKS for Waists at 50c.
In all its richness we are now showing, and ladies when you need a HAT we
can sell you and save you money.
924 MAIN STREET.
Th" 104th session of th?) Episcopal
Oouneil, Dmcese of Virginia, was
opened In Richmond on Wednesday,
and was largely attended. Rev, l'res
ton Nash read the morning service and
Rev F. I. Clo'iton di llvered the ser?
mon. The regular service wu? ooo>
du'deii by Bichop Whittle and hv 0o>
adjuot r Bicbop Gibson. Rev W A.
Barr.rectei of the Monument il Church,
delivered the sermon.
There were forty-six clerical and
forty lav del?gale? present. The re?
gular committees were announce i
A letter wee reed by the secretary
from Mr. Oharles L Hadgine, the se;.
ratary of the House of Deputies, eon?
taining ooplec of the smendmenl to
th" 0 in*titution adopted by the last
General Assembly,which met In Wash?
ington. The mattet was referred to a
special committee to report to next
i I ? 1 v communion was administer?''! to
the delegates by Btobopc Whittle and
Iu the afternoon, from i to 6 o'clock,
Rev. Dr. R. H. M? Kim, ?if Washing
t m, held i? service at All Saints'
Church, It was especially for the la?
dies of the Virginia Branch of the
W tnm's Auxiliary to Virginia Board
A? the Southern Baptist Convention
In Louisville Monday night fraternul
deleg.-tes were appointed to the nnni
versarles of the Baptists of the North
to be held in San Francisco this month
women is no
less a charm
than beauty and -
wit. Is it any
wonder that wo?
liar to their sei
shrink from per?
sonal examina? j
tiona by male
physicians? The I
weaknesses and Irregnlaritiijs of women
may be reco%nitt? by rcrtain unfailing
symptoms. Backache, h?r*adache, bearing
down pains, irritability and extreme nerv?
ousness indicate dssangement of the
delicate female organism. Brad field'? Fo
male Regulator ia the standard remedy for
characteristic disease? of women.
Sold by druggist? at |i.<x> per bottle, '
rai wuoriELO iseuuToa co? ??testa, aa
The Fourth Immunes Return
Th?* auxiliary emisor Dixie srrived
in New York Tuesday, with the Fourth
I ii it ed Stuten Volunteer Regiment of
"Immnnes. " Tho regiment, which
?ras oooiped here laut iammer, has
served in illy ;i y-'.it' ?nul is OOmpOMd
i f MarylumliTs, Virginians, West Vir
giaiaVOaV Di-frirt of C"liiiiilu;i ?n-ii ?nul
lu un interview Col .IS. IVffr
" Wi- are Rind to get home, although it
will bt two or three weeks before tin?
regional is mostend oui We bave
had a lime combined of pletsiire and
duty, mid I don't think th ir any U-tt. i
regional than this ev*?r sravlke l la lb ?
l Nither, Tin* mea hud little to do oat?
side of polios dut?, bal they did i* all
well. The offloers, to a in.m, h iv
in full OOOOrd, and there have been ao
fictions or aliqaei We h.iv.? : |
happy family. "
The regimeot will be nm
(lamp Ifeode, Pa.
For Over t.ity Ysari
Mrs. Winslow - So 'mug Syrup hw
l.?een used for ov? r tlltj visan? by niil
lionH of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect succ?s?. It
soothes the child, softens the guinn,
?llays all pain?, cures wind colic, and
U the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It
will relieve the poor little sufferer im?
mediately. Sold by Druggists la
part of the world. Twenty-five e-?nts
a bottle. Be sure and ask for 'Mr?.
Vinclow'? Soonhln?/ Hvrur?. "
Wheat, 80 to 68; oora,M to 10, meal h-"'
to 90 lier 100 pounds; oats, 27 to ? ?<>;
turkeys live,7 tohcts dressed 11 to 13 ;?'l?l
fowls (live), 6 to BJj ; spring obiokeoi,
17 to 11 et?. p?-r II? ; ?id, 7
to 8 ; eggs, 10 to 11 cts. ; butter
15 to 20; hams, I to 10, Irish
potatoes, 80 to Mi sweet pototosr,
50 to 7..; beef, 3 to ?Kg; Teal
4 to 4\?; Fork, 4 to 4'.? ; hides
(green).?'to7;hideB (dry),8to l<> ?hides
(green) salted. 7 to 9.
TH? Grain Markst.
The grain markets closed yesterday
as follows :
Chicago?Wheat, May 72; Julv
781., ; ?Sept. 71 ; Oorn, May ;>2 ; July
BS? ; May oats, 2 O
New York?Southern wheat 75 to
80; Southern corn, 40 to 41.
Baltimore - Southern wheat, 70 to 7."?
Southern oorn, 40 to 41.
Richmond?Wheat. 70 to 7?; corn,
42 to 43
Alexandria?When?, (uto 6-<;oorn.
40 V- 41
t l M M RU Alt KA Ni
BALTIMOBK, PH hl KO AND
KA H'AU AN NO? K KIVKK UOKTK.
Iticbmond, Wcatn ? ?. will
leave Pier 2.1/vlit btrect, Italtlmure, ?-very
. iini all wharvei on tbe ruer.
P.m. tide i? Monday und Tbttis
t .in a u... 1 i.i'-'lay and
?y fui Uhu mmre.
? ? p. m.,
lay for Baltimore.
Leave Baltimore at tit) i> m., Ttmiiday.for
TappahaiiiK.ck an ' ail w In
ll.i> I . ? ? and Men .
turn ins. i k cl '?' ?. m.
Monday, inr Ualttmor?
NOK FOLK It? ? I TR.
win i. sve TapiMbann? '? folk at 13
m.(noon) l, ?? at all laiiUiiiK?.
: w HI li .i st '. p. m. ? ? irdaj lur
Soil e.1 lur outworn,? ?ite?m?r?
af'e- I p. m., on sailing dav?.
for a'l Btationc on Fo
tijuiac Frederick-bur?. A I'isdnionl U. B,
POTOMAC KIVEK KOCTU.
i. ?t? amera
l'ier '", l.lgbt
Btre? i lay, Thursday
m ii i Alexandria and
'.v Msini ol the iisu.i
? ,?ii Stnei Wharf,
W.,-li nntnn.it l I'. M, 'lin-diiy. Thursday
and Sunday goln-r a luriltown on
I'vntoKB. Will leave l/conanltownat
. MM . ; -
M . Oraaon'a .it S I* M, ami liucou'a at 7 I'. M.,
Moe-'a?. W< ?rii?in?i la
Baltimore earlr the folio?In? moruinc;.
Frciglit reo ion
freiirht revived dally at Pier ?, I.lsht
H K N H V W i 1,1.1A MS. Affeot.
at Haltimor*?, MS
'THBN80N A HKO.. AircnU,
at Waaninirtot!. D. C
KK.V COMPTON, A-reot,
at Norfolk. Va
W.D. SCOTT, Arent,
r.' FrtHlorlckaOunr. Va
Two oar load? OHOIOK TIMOTHY
HAY, la ?tore and tor ?ale by
MAQRATH A CIIESLEY.