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?" *.*wO TIll'Ksl AY... DIX'KMBElt.". 1 .?*?! ?.stared at the I'osi-oit,,, ?i i>, derlckkl org, \ a . as se. ,iter. All , - ouldbeaddi 11K1 i.i.i: i vm K,' r rederl? kabui ^ RICHMOND. FREDEf . U M P010MAC U 11 tt i \ Wootlbritla ? .iv - ? A VI >,|, . w.bridare Slops Water, v* 1 -,oi- M. daltj exce'pl Sun,lav \.. local -lop. ? v Stupe on at ,,,?... vv : " v I v trim si.ip- nl - 1" l l V VI - 1 '.' 1 I p 111 I ? ? s ' tr.-- _ ,* ? -? Is i m . , trite stops al : M ' ' P. M s ?? bur* ? a? i- vi ' . n\. v. w li Dl KE. Hi PIED! s -. i m Koad i ir. P in - s * . -'s p DJ i m i 111 - - l li: -.' A s , -.'.is 1" 11 1 ' '.' 1 a m ?t III - a P. H - Si " l'ra'n V.. . In e^cli month a' IP VI COUNTRY PROPERTY. LO RAT:-, in that i - ?EOROI - .1 ROWL.TT a ?0OLRICK Ag? $30,000 $30.000 TO LCJ*. In sums ; Country Property, upon easy : and at b per cet I suit ? by corre ? ith JOHN T. KNtOHT. Prosidaat -tiH H-A.IC H'?'- - T-etar? Merchants' and Mechanics' Perpetual Buil lii ?!., "i Fredei Va. $3?,5ot. < in $2<>.*- o. THK l-NT RI'KISK BUILD? ING ASSO! IATION money t" loan on lh( terms, in stun f ? . titry propcrty. Ap] Ht !?.'<? WtSSNER. ?resident 819 Main Street, 1- redericksliurg )ei*r6in. Sp-.ttylvam Court Preces dingt. Motion o! Mesen Sale and Gibson to a-Il alcoholic and malt li'pors at Mud Tavern continued till next term \ T. I'-uibny substituted trusl place of John R. Alrich in deed m trust lor benefil of A Mctiee Henry W. Tompkins qualified as trustee nnier the will of Robert Tompkins, de C. used The estate ol Eddie Carter, deceased, committed to hat Isofsberifl for admin? istration. W, M. Oaftou qual led as administra tor of A. E Bul ised, ami ftp pmis? ment ordered E II DeJarnette foreman, VY E. White, 11 W Tompkins. Carroll tioodloe, I.. I'. Cbewning, John T Hawkins and W. F. Stephens vv.-re sworn a special uriiiid jury An indictment and true bill were found against Ben Browa for house burning. Prisoner arrriiuncd and pleaded aot guilty, case docketed und continued till next term Account oi sale of J.C Jennings' estate and appraisement of |ieraonal estate of S P. I.ane returned and both ordered recorded. Mr. T. 0. Valentine Appointed Mr T. C. Valentine wae appointed clerk of the Circuit court of Caroline county Tuesday, the 8rd <\ny ol I?-?-. 1901, by Judge J. ?. Mason to till the nneipired term of the ollice made vacant by tbe death of his father. Mr. Thomas n. Val cutine. Mr Valentine was endorsed by the Caroline bar and com ty officials Big Porkert Mrs \V. C. Covington.ol Bowling Green, raised and had killed last l-'ri.lay three pitjsthaf wciirhcil. respectively, 504,500 and .".ST. Total, 1,391 pounds. The bogs were only eighteen mouths old. 'Current Comments. M?- .! vT Hill, ol Hasel Hill was in Washington thir w< Mrs Vlbert Anthony and grandson, ol Richmond, uro visiting (rienda here. Commission? r ol Revenue R '!>t .lern I!. itsylvauia, was in the city yester li'l.V Mr \V. P Carter ha* ri'tnrin'1 from n business trip to Warsaw, Richmond county. Mi- Elisabeth < rutchBeld, ol Freder ii-kabunr, is vh?ting Miss Annie Maury Itiehmond Dispatch r r Valentine thenes e.l clerk ?>f the ( irvnit courl ol i aroliue, ?ras m the rity Tuesday. l?r, (i M Wallace, ol Stafford, left for Richmond Tuetidn* afternoon to remiiue bis duties in the Stale Senate. Mr and Mrs \. Randolph Howard and daughter Miss Frances, nave lieen ?>n a trip tu Irxington and I rbanna. Mi-s (?race Mitel ell, w Ik? has been the .?n?s: pi V.i - icw ning h turned to her home in Uiucastcr. Mr \\ H ' nd v ?le ni H '\\ I inn t?reen,were in the city yesterday bu inn pretty n-niiin lor i brist You can save money in buyiug drj of all kinds, blunkets, underwear, ? ty ol the National I - ? nee IhHociatitw " is in the city Mr- ; - died at berhome m Spotsylvanin county on Thursday uighl oi last week, aged eighty yi ' nie I.own bave returned from n v isii i" Mrs in Fredericksburg-* Richmond rimes 11 ?s oui ol th?' paper wue, but he still ! . .',>.ls, lurs, eloaks blankets, etc ? .1 (jn'i'ii is attending the .-!? ol Masons, in session in Richmond He is one oltbe officers "i ly Il .it .1 M l.v.'?. of Richmond county, in"''! through t!i>- city Tuesday, >'n ?. hmond i" iiik?< ; is seat in the i louse ' I i ?clegs ? ' Davis, ol ! 1 Hend? rs? n, "i \\ are the id Mmw - I on Frineess Vnne street \lr .lames II Eck? nrode, ? ho h - ral ila* s. lias Johns Hopkins l niveriiit" .al ?les Mr .1 W Harris and son, Mr I T Marris, yesterday rexi i veil ?roin Washing? ton, the papers forthe patent ?if the Reer i ooler, * iiiili the* hase invi Mi** Marie Rlayds, daughter ol Mr ol Spotsylvauia, was married to Mr Norman T Mills, on No, 47th. at the Howard House, in Wash Remember your Iriemls ti - . mas ? ith '.. ?late phot?i|*rai fainir* Th?' 1're.ii ricki - (?al lery is pr< pared to ma may a ?sh hr. .1 I* S Hided by Dr. II ?eh for W iishingtou yester lay t?i I HO II - Helen W Rarney, wh baa mon?! for the past tu o months, -? night tor Saranac Lake. N Y . to spend the winter \| K Lowry, "f S( Hon J. II I ?otsylvania, went to Richmond Tuesday t" att? aiou of the I of which the* are newly elected members Lieut R. S Knox. I S \m ? leave for the Philippine* today, where t. the _'tth ?s now statione?! He will go via San Francisco and sail Irom that port ?>n Dec Itith Judge l. E. Mason and famil* ? their i r* home, i eorge, D?\? returned herelor the wint? r an 1 aie guests at the Exchange I. The young -.f Mr. and Mrs Hayes Re?kwith Indre? Jackson Reckwith, iristeued Tuesday at tne resilience [ of Mr Reckwitb, by Rev. (ieorgeT Ty? ler It was a very interesting ceremony. 'i on will always find at Hall'? store a complete stock ol Drugs, Chemi s",i?i Hair Krusli? -, Combs, Tooth Hrn-' - i to suit all. Prescriptions a specialty. Agen Hawkee'celebrated spectacles til eyes i if 'I without charge, In the Circuit court of Kin:; < county. Tina Garner was granted a ?li v orce from R W. Garner, wholastyear in tli>> same court obtained a divorce from a previous wife. Muvia Jennings was granted a divorce irom Watson .1. Coghill in the sum?' court. Mr ami Mrs (I \\ Ruttner and Mr and Mrs Geo Rinebold who I.ave been visiting their cousin Mrs. W A. Me ; Whirl and other relatives in Spotsyl- ; van is county for the past three weeks. have returned to their homes in Indiana, much pleased with their visit to Virginia ' Tu;. I'm i LantkoITuesday contained an advertisement for E W Steams oil5 tailor-made suits \t twelve ??'clock he rame in ? >nr office and ordered the adver tisfment changed to 12 suits, us three had been sold since theadvertisementap- i pea red, How i> this for an advertising ; median ? I .?st ^atnrday whilst Mr S.u. Dabney and Mr .1 W. Troslow. of Stafford, were bunting they discovered two rabbit? sit- ! tint; in their beds, not more than ?"> feet apart They each took aim. Mr Del? fifhl ('lift gave the word, then was a aimultaneonsexplosion <>f both gana and '? brer rabbits " yielded up the ghost and passed ?>n to th?ir happy banting grounds WATER WHEEL BROKEN No EicctTlc Llgb'i on the Srem. The water wheel of the Washingtons Woolen Mills, which was broken Satur? day night and repaired Monday, was again broken on Tuesday. It will take severa] ?lays to repair it. as Mr ,1 C.Mel? ville hail to i^n to Baltimore for the iron pi?ces necessary. There will be no elec? tric lights i>n the streets until the repairs to the ? heel are completed. Appointed Page Mr William Gordon Herndon, soa of the late Mrs Mary Wallace Herndon, wasot) yesterday appointed to the po sition of paire in the Constitutional Con? vention at Riebmond. RS will leave t?> assume his duties this (Thursday) morning. A TRAGEDY I? ?ESTIBEL4ID Mr. W.P.Taylor, Jr., j Killed. in oik uni ra? Shots Fired By Herbert Marks. ALLEGED LATTER IN.ULTED LADY Party '.vent to ?'at Its Houae 10 Hold Hun Btapoaslbl? The Particular? \ ahoeking tragedy occunvd near Li eilst,,w n VVestniorelnnd county,Tuea day night about W:.'Ul o'clock, in which Mr Win P. Taylor. Jr., an oyster dealer niai I leach w as ?hot dead; Mr J.? (?? Stiff, brother of Dr. J. I' Sun. ol tins city, was vv oiin.h .1 seriously ill the neck. and Win N lieflln, Jr. aun ol Sherui v\ \ llefiin, oi King (Jeorge, wnssh.it in the alalomen; nil ol ihe shots beinx tir.-.l by Herbert Marks.sonofa wealthy New Vorker who owns a farm in West . nnd county, w here v oung Mat ks ??? iug tin- winter. Beports were current that Marks had tunde improper remarks ate! advances to a pr.-tty nnd highly connected young lady of Oak l?rtive, Miss llosa laylor, youngest daughter ol the late Or, Tims I. lav ior. w hi. h ibe resented and - of to a relative It a roused great indigna lion.an I mi Puesday nlghl Messrs ?Vui P. i Jr . .1 y Miff.W m \ lletlin .li- . a,a,.; .,,,, ftUtl Mr 1 'ol?alas wellt ? purpose oi ? ' lia '?? I adlliit v loch Marks !-,.(,|?,,,| them, Tbey tli.-n attempted to fm-cc the door, and wer,- wann,: h? Marks to detust and go i to shoot ii they di?! not. \iiotia-r attempt was madeto ?o-i Into the house, w hen Marks with a heavj pis tol c a. , toting. \t the hrst shot Mr. Taylor fell ?lead, al Ibe nest Mr. Stiff was wounded, and then Mr lletlin was shot, when they rctit-.d.leaving Mr ray lors dead body in front of the bouts The party went to Colonial Bench, and M r luv lor's btidy was s.-ni for The wounds ol M.-s-rs Still and IMIin were examine?] by a physii ian und found "i- thai tbey were put on board the steamer Kami nil and sent t,, a lin-i itn! at W ashington Marks made no attempt to u" away, il w ord to s r infoi mine; him of th.-i-uri'i n---. and that he was r LITIC3 :::: :.??." Frank G eUlilvaa Patallf un Tom Woo tr. I i r i-.k ', - id I".-m W i met ill thee miitv county, about J5 yards Irom the Spot sylvai ; r Wat o Sullivan, who nder tl," iufluen.f liquor said in \ o i voted t be Democratic ? late election, and 1 am go ou for it woolfrey m did ii?it ? t him Witfa Uli UV so bally in the abdomen thai it is said Woolf rey cannot live. William Clarke came up at th.-time nnd attempt??!] to interfere Sullivan struck at bim, when life byducking Ins head, and .- .-ut oit on.- nl his ears. Sullivan haa been arrested and taken to jail at 11rs. v. .1 Crit tenden and .lor dan an- attending the wounded men * First Diitriet Army Officers By the arrival al his hmnein Irviinrtoii i ek of ( ap! Willard I? New bill the enure representation ol West Pointers frmn tin- Eirsl < ongressional District are at tla-ir homes on furlough. Major lohn 11 (iresham, the senior ..t th- trio, reached his home in Lancaster county two weeks ago from Cuba He will proceed to the Philippines tbe first oftheyear Cap! Richard i Croxtoa, son of ei Congressman Thomas ( roxton, ol i -~e\ county lately returned from the Philippines via tbe Sue/, canal route, and is at home on furlough, and Pant W. 1? Sewbill?youngest son of Dr ?'.J Sewbill, ol Lancaster, lately arrived frmn a two years' service in the Philippines), via San Francisco. Prom there he was ordered temporal, y toi tab.and in n fe v d i bis permanent post?t Jackson Barracks, New Orleans. * apt. Newbillon Saturday went to Philadelphia to witness the an? nual toot ball l?ame between the West Pointers and the Annapolis cadets, nnd on yesterday reached Irvington on ?'!<? da* s' lurlobgh, Royal Arcanun Elects Officers Tin- Royal Arcanum elected the follow? ing officers on Monday night for the . iisuiiiu year. Regent, W. II Hurkamp: past regent, II W issuer; v i:-, reaeni. \\ |i Patterson; orator, R. tee ?Stofiregen; chaplain, 0. J.? Owens; guide, H. Kaufman; secretary; i..-.. T Downing;collector,W. !?' Coates; treasurer, J. I'. Brown: warden, T J. llaydon; sentry, R B. Botel; trustee, t. !', ih ?its. Services at Presbyterian Church The scries of services tobe conducted at the Preebyterian church commenced at the chapel Monday evening with a large congregation. Tbey are being con? ducted by Rev. Byron Clark, of Mary? land. Tbe services will continue all the week, and are le-iliii held ill 1 1 a. tu. and 7;.",(t p. in. \11 an- cordially invitad. Mr J. W Janes at Heme Mr. .laines W .(ones, who has l.e.-n at the Mary Washington Hospital.and with his brother Mr Basil 0. .Iones. Hi this city since he was -tabbed by Madi-"ii last summer, bit for his home Monday. accompanied by his physician, Dr .1 \. Barney. He will soon be entirely well. Carter-Jonst. Married in this city Wednesday morn? ing at 9 O'clock at tbe residence of Mr. \\ t Oswald, by Rev. Decatur Edwards, Mr. James L Carter und Miss [net P. .Iones, both of Spoteylvania county. The brid?is adaughterof Mr. T. M. Jones. I of the county. TO CUBE A COLO IN ONE DAY Pake Laxative Bromo <)uinine Tablets All droggieta refund the money ?f ?t fuils tocure E W.Grove's ?dgnatnas is m wash haat.tf?s. fiilii?, cordon h mm NATIONAL BANK, FREDERICKbBURO, VA. Deposits Solicited, Negotiable. Paper Discounted ?.11 Correspondence Promptly Answered in sealed Envelopes .'andsome Lithographed Check Books presented to each Custom?-??*. Merchants' Business Cards placed on their Checks. BANK OPEN FROM 9 A. A*. TO 6 P. M ! SPOTSYLVANIA Mairlaft" at Good Hops Capt. Jobn M. Bmiih baa Recovan d Ma-iatrat? h Trial Otner Not?e ; (Correspondence of Tat Fbki i.> Spotaylvanta, Va.,Dec 8, IWOI A large crowd was prese at at rouri sales niel (?ibson made application for license tu sell w hiskey at Mini Tavern. ami the ease was continued to the nexl ? term of the court There was strung op position l?y the neighbors K II He Jarnette, Jr., represente?] the applicant, and F W Colemaii tbe contestants. I Fred Jackson, colored was arrested ii\ Sheriff Harris ?m warranta [charging him with cruelty to animals and swear I 111 ? ?m the public highway Tbecas? i ??is brought liefnie J untie? Ueo. Keei loot, who deckled that Jackson was not . guilty, and dismissed the warrant for ; cruelty to animals, the prosecutor topa* i th.ist The warrant for swearing was then withdrawn l \N Coleman de ? fended Jackson ; License was issued yesterda* lor marriage ?>f Mr .1 I. i arter t" I I Rear! Jones Miss Mari l'y r I Oayle spent last night . a i t he Mel hod 1st I'arsi ("apt John M Smith was al euiirl n id Ins many Wends wire glad to ?ce ?ol after recovering from a sei ere - i-iike of para I v lie* .1 ; W. Heck man tilled bis np I lint ment* m L-hanoii nuil ? llivet last I s'indar, anil was given n lieartj wel 1 . ?me by man* friends Mrs llnw s,r ni \S umI omina i.r \ ?Hagr i.i -pi nd some time a itfa S w ilrich her sister, tomorron ? Mr Jill* letl has recently move?! into his hi .?, resi leiice near here Mr. Richard Sullivan, ol tbe upper eud "f th.uut* .- rejMirted ipiite sick The inst quarterly conference, ol sp"i : ??> han in i irciiii. w ill he luid here b* Re* i .1 II Amiss on the third Sunday in Jan i uarj. ami Sal unlay before : FORMER SP0TS7LVANIAN MARRIES IN PHILADELPHIA Payne Lewis Mr I reeroond i I'ayne, Formerly ol Spotsylvania county, non ol Richmond, ! accompanied b* his brother, Mr Fred I I'ayne. left Frederickshurg Monday stch iug. Nov ?."?th. for Rhiladelpbia, when1 , he met his bride, Miss May K Lewis were quietly married b- Ke\ tmo* i Johnson, assisted by Re? K I liann, al the Imme ol the bride's parents. Mr mu? Mr? Ravid c Lewis Miss Lewis was formerl* a student of tlie Virginia I Seminary, when she tnel Mr I'ayne Th?' 'groom wboholdsa re*|Minsible bnsinem position in Richmond, is a sun ol Mr i Tlios r i'ayne, commissioner of reveuue of Spotsylvania county Htera short tour through the South, Mr and Mrs I'ayne ? ill ret urn in their home, *? ?1 H ; Marshall street, Richmond, V a Eirthday Celebration Miss lii'-n Humphreys celebrated her , birthday on i'ue*?la* nicht at h?-r borne on iip|s-r Main streit bj giving ads lightful entertainment Ui a number ol her friends KiVgant refrenbments weiv aervHl, and the lairyounK Ind* was the Hitter ol present.. from Ii?t (rjends llni-e present were: Mi-*., i',,?i,. Vrnold. Vddie Krahrey, Vlr ginin Musuleman Mary Lou Rowling, Mary I Wright, Lottie Raker, Nicholson I ilaStoll, Klla Cooper. Malde | Compton and l.-ei Vlrich. Mi*ssrs Ciar nuce Rallou. Willie Compton Robert Si-hep.'-s Mvin I' Rempsey, Julian Kminett Curtis, Rufas Co?iper, Willie Humphreys and Mark Mctthee ! South Carolina Inter-Stats and Weit U Indian Exposition. Commencing Noverol??er 30th.litol,and ; continuing until May '!l-t I'.?02, round trip tickets ol the iron-clad signature furia, limited t.atin.is passage m each directiim. will I.I! sale in Charles inn.s C.via \tlatiti' Coa-t Line Railroad i?r the Southern Rail? Rate for tickets limited n> 10 *?!.". 7.".. season tickets limited to Jane ird. 1902, f.'I.Mi Stop-overs granted on Winter Tourist ?? ?? to Florida deposited with th?' \ alidnting Rurean C. C.Coj \aeiii Porter?Baker lion ( lunwav Raker,the new mem? ber ol tbe liCgislatarefrom Westmoreland and Northumberland, and Miss llnw I'orter, daughter ol Mr and Mrs R F I'orter, of Montrow Westmoreland eoun tv. were married here Tuesday morning at i?in ci.i.k bj Rev (?eu T Tyler at the Inline of Manager Hayes Reekwith, <?f tbe Costal Telegraph Company. Immedi? ately alter the ceremony Mr Maker ami bride left for Richmond, when they will remain during tbe session <>l the l^g islature Health Report For November Hr .IN Barney, health offlcer, reports as follows: Number of deaths la Novem her. R?5 white and :< eolored, t were males an?) I females. The causes of death were acute inania, congestion <>f longs, , t?'tniiiis.tuli?Tcnlosis.eclampsia nephritis. ; -.tilt linrii and 1 unknown. The death ? rate is l "i ?'. per 1,000. The total number ! ol liirths. H?f? white and ?2 eolored, 6 ' males and 2 females The water supply was cloudy one day Hotel Furniture For Sale. I will sell nt private sale forth?' next ten days, all the household and kitchen furniture of tbe "AHioonia" Hotel on .Main stre?'t. which consists of bed-room i suits, bed clothing, carpeta, mattings, 1 and everything that goes to make up the I complete furnishing of a hotel. John W. Allison. ,Ir . Fredericksburgi Va. At the Cpera House \ Breesy Time" is m?t a on?'man show by any means,bat the cante la made up of a w hole loud of funny comedians ! and pretty girls, whose festive jollity, : will mak?' yon forget you have any I trouble*. In? nut forget t?> go to the < apara Hou*' ; Tbnrday Bight und see the piny. City Property Sold The house ?if Mr. Charles A. Kim.', on ^Itlain street.was sold at auction Tuesday by ,Iin)g?' It. 11. I. ( ???ehester, trustee, for Ix'tielit of Messrs C Wistnr Wallace ami ; Thomas P. Wallace for 11,410. The ?aid 1 Wallaces being the purchasers. Costly Hunting. Qeo. Tomba was trie?! here yesterday by Squire (?liver Lastltum. for hunting on the land of Cant. If. B. Rowe.nearthe city, and tine?! .*."? mi and -*1 oil costs. ?&J& This aia*iatnre is on every box of the ganaine Laxative Bromo-Quintae Tablet. the remedy that ?ru-re? m ?!old in ?**? d?jr ?:'T UNI SS IN Groceries i- jii ati.il as it i toi the making ? t try. e HOW til it W. L. B?fp?os . ? i i a I ). 11. i onlj ? .to,, I les til i- al .- I ???? k in hia I'nicst in w I .eghoi n ( itron, Pineal m w I- liu-si new ( le nu .1 Curi i ?-? ind I cm m Peel, is Auiiot.-'s .'?ii Plum Puddinj Extra line Mini c Mi al inc. lb awl Maple St i up. Kxtra fine Buckwhi at, light and dark, ? Crushed White Rolled i i Oranges, I ,emon , M I' llalla LOWEST PRICES si I 1 .Sein! Us y?l W. L Bins. SB ? Southern Foundry -AMi : Machine Works, i FRRDERICKSBURO, ... VA. VI V M I \ l I ' I I K ( . . | llpWISPWS.Sflll?.flC ire Dogs, I I..? v ii Rollers.'l . ; t to; kl-.l' MR Wl iKK t ' giuea, Boilers, Mill M \ll W( - -. epi i \m LIQ?0B2. CIwAM, &BC03RIE3 2&TTS J F. ;Mo:n.:roe, CommerceSl , Eiederickstuirg, Va., keeps th. largest and most varied stock ol Wines and Liquors in the city, si.an | furnish you NVniskej at [irices from ?* 1 I" to M per gallon. It includes Star \. i Kentucky Rye, Uve (?ak. Lord Haiti i more, Kinglear Jefferson Co, Rye Wig \ warn, liniian Hill ami many others. ! Wines of every description Apple Brandy $2.50 to -* I |s-r gallon. line of Cigars and Tobacco, Uroreti MRS. .1. !'. MONROE, 813 CommerceSl . Predericksburg, Va. NOTICE! All persona desii mg to C( their premisei with the titySewcrson ?id Commerce streets, when- the pipes have been Isid to the curbs, can do so by applying to 8. J , QtJINN, Superintendent of the City Water Works, ami the work m done under his supervision nier of the Joint Committee on Sew i-tH^-e <U-;, 2t Chairman. Deptai Notice Having returned from my recent trip, I am now rca.lv to again wait ii]saai tny patients and the public Kcii eraJly Thanking you for your past liberal patronne;?-, etc., I am. Respectfully, ' J GARNITT KING, D. D S moktd H rring Tin-celebrated smoked herring put up by latter Street, of Stafford, ran be had milv at the store of T M. Cbinn, Richard England's old stand,on Commerce street. Frederick sltatsj, \ a. t f. LOCAL MARKETS. (Corrected by Simon Hirsh A I'.ro.) Wheat, 7(1 to 7'i : corn, old and new QOto 81;meal, 11.38 t.. si. to per 100 pounds; oats. 83 to I't; fowls (live) 8 to 7; turkeys (live), 6 to 7, (dressed) -s to 10;dneks(live),6 to7;drccecdchickens, s to D? per pound; lard. 10 to ll;eggs, 22 to 23; butter, 15 to 20; hams, II to to; Irish potatoes.'',!i to 75; beef, 3to :\\\ veal, 4V pork, c tob',; hides (green), 5 totl; hides (dry), 7 to 8; balea hay I $10 to |13 per l'on Wool?I'nwnshed, 18 to 17; washed, ! 38 t( 24. l/-.if Sumac?80 to 85 cents per hun drcd ponnda. TUK IllfVIS MAUKKTS. The grain markets dosed yesterday as follows: Chicago?Wheat, De?' 71; May. .v corn, Dec 82*?; May.?'...'.... oa-te May 13! New- York?Southern wheat, 70 to 80; corn, (11 to ''.7. Baltimore?Southern wheat, 70 to 7s; Southern corn 65 to 88 KichiHond?W heat, 75 to 79; corn *io to 72. Alexandria? Wheat. To to 72: corn, 80 to 64. Corn Shellers! Corn Shellers!! Nos. 2, 3. 4, S, 6 Separat? tbe corn hum cob, and Nus 2 and 5 bave shakers that clean the com dice!y for market. When in Deed of a good Corn Sheller cal] in and s"e our Not, 2, '?'?, 1. 5, 6, CHANCELLOR & RAWLINGS, rAC Mr er%*> > aiississi? w _.___ FAhMBRS' SUPPLY STORE Commerce Street, Fredericksburg, Va. 5T0RE ROOM! POUR WAKE-ROOMS AND CELLAR PILLED WITH Seasonable and Holiday Goods, all bought at the lowest possible price, and ?re shall sell tl rdingly. Call and s-^e our immense stock. Write us lor price?. Fur G Pable Foods <>f any description we aro headquarters ?tl this < ?Special and prompt attention paid outoftosrn ur<l?T?. P. o. Boi 'il. 'Phi >ne GET MARRIED, stay single, go to a party. Stay ?it home, fur any and all walk? of lite buy your DRY GOODS FROM C. W- J O IN" E S , THE CASH MAN. ?tin to Tin: FurnitureandGarpel HOUSE ? I UK BARGAINS. S?-?' the nice line <?f Lamps and Fancy China Cut prices on all Carp' W. A. BELL & BRO. CO? '?IG?? WE ARE NOT SELLING OUT. ? BIT WILL BELL Yol THE NEWEST AND MOST DESIRABLE GOODS r tlinn any old atoek. Our I?ress floods are neweat fabrirs and eolorfags* in broadcloth, prunellas, whipcord.?, ?tons Mein?*' and Vi'iii'tiaus. \Vaint Materials la flannel*, eordoroya ami sarna. Our Fur Um is larger tbaa trrtr mlira?' fhr nnirlttea In boas, ?als aad aacfc plans*. Cloaks la automobile, medium and abort l?'o?-th Manketn. flannels ami insii'.' i ;.mils ?-?aaaper than avar. Oar Millinery, with the newest -ralklag, oatiag aad raad j?to?waar aata for ?-sd j? isd ii is rornplet* aad our patten hats will ?oon lie on display, of whirh due notice sr|U begirt*. Come ami lookfornew?at a inrush's. A WINTER NECESSITY chen|M ser*~es, in?* all all Um child n IS A GCOD, WARM and B. GOLDSMITH, THE OLD RELIABLE CLOTHIER, has a large stock. Come and examine. The DIXIE is the Corn Sheller that you want, if yoq want one that will not easily get ool of ord?er. It is simple and strong: it runs easj; it gives satisfaction. THE PRICE IS VERY REASONABLE. -CALL OR WRITE TO DECKER & ALRICH. FREE! FREE!! FREE!!! A SOLID GOLD WATCH AND CHAIN to he given away from now until New Year's Eve With every dollar's worth of goods purchased at The Virginia Clothing House from now until New Year's Eve a coupon will be given to each purchaserfrec no matter whether you buy a Suit of Clothes, Pants, Overcoat, Hat, Pair o j Shoes or any kind of Gent's Furnishings. Open evenings until 9 o'clock. 814 Main St., Fredericksburg, Va. n*r? ? Gra?iP /9 fj OmcEiofotK* >7 RI?&BJUR6, VA The Popularity OF OCR (of Cod Liver Oil) last year was due to its very pleas? ant character and the decidedly beneficial results it produced. We want to triple its sales this year. ? I nd o raed and prescri bed by d oc t o rs F33IOE2, BOo. Lewis' Drug Store.; i ; Sr -is ill M"* - - ?aal' I W*?SUiZu.?-n\.im? - V.?U1?| 1?;. It H *:-... . _? 2..?-. It i? o" . t..i nu-?.ovv. 3rd. Il i only in sealec. . soyou . ...-y bo aura to Obtain it In ita I .*- purity. 4th. s old by ?a? J. A. AEMK1RONC, l'roct ?ei?-Ii??>t?r'<'> Va. _ . '._ . . ? 1 ' 'i r* ? 11-? Hoyal VelVet, the famous Kentucky Whiskey, posi tively the best for family use. One gualtty, one price?$4 per gallon. Jet ferton County, at the pnce, has ns equai?12 per gallon. For tale only bv MRS. I. F. MONROE, ot6iy irsderiektburg, Va.