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tuter.-j ut tin- I'.iht "!1k,- it Frsdvrk-kabura, Va a? M-t "ii'l ? it?., matter All e.'iiuiiuiil. ?t .11>. ? i ill. i i:i I' i. \\. i : li, 1 r> ksl .. ? ?. > u. I MOND. FREDERICKSBURG MI POrOHAC RAILROAD. Schedule ta .-r*--.-t J m. Utli, r.'i '_? I I \ \ i KOUTHW AMP. \ I i Stops "ii ?I i 1 tcciKiutiu Siiiiil.iv N unit - ? \. \t ilallj \ . - i?p* lu h", \ vt SoiKlavHitnl* Sti?i?K ?i ?I I'r..,. .' . X.juU.W i.l,- Unter, i.wi.iiitieu. S?*U \r\ mi.I < ?c. .-1,01111. t" II V \! r*tO|t? I r Writer, .i.i ii. l i. ! \l I Sand ty. N?i local , ips. r M. !..ii> m.'I'k ou -ti-iKti ai ? ? Nv it.-r urn t.M: ouly. I CV\ i - 8.00 A ? lUOi'attou. ' i ,,ji? ?; -".? a M. ?la ij I ' ..art Lin? tr.iln. St..;? ?t MiltntM, l'.-?. 1! n land, itnlly, anil un i I nthi r local ?UiUttitli Miiul i v? uiilv. 10.48 A. M. dull* . \ i-i't Sun.lay. Makes luraJ ?i tual 1 2. 1 *? [i m. .I.ul\. Soul . i rain N" I", at ato'M. ri Air Un? Ihmweilai I ?'. is l\ M. 'I i : \\ -: Une train StO|t? a! !? - - i . N - ! \l lally - . train Acroiu.Intimi 1rs u ive? Uli iiiuuil 4 rrli-L?. bur? 0.41 r M N I. i II. V iv 1> pi .V ? I" PA*I *er S N - ? -.i "H a in - '.' 1 S a Hi '.' .'?? i in !" I'll k-lnirrf - Mine Itoa.l 1er. >,?:!.? - m? . -Mu 1 I." 1. ?_'.". 1 Is 1 mi Il III I' Ill p in 1' m |i 'i. |. tu |l In II Ii, ' ? - : v ? I S I Ime lei' A II. Kl? Il M ? r \1 Had Wlillion DollarPolicy Frank H. Peavey had paid two premiums i | ? ach H is insured by the Neu York Mn tuai Life Insurance Company April ?8, n^'u To be paid at nuc?? I The above item in Tuest! p ipt ; i ?bou i what the Mutual can do. ROWLITT & GOOLRICK, AGENTS $30.000 $30,000 TO LOAN I In sums t?i suit, ?m itutb City and Country Property, upon easy terms and at 6 per cent interest. Con* - all ) our un n nl\ s by c<j: responding with JOHN T KNIGHT. Pr??id?at (?K ISAAC HIHSH.r.sc-stsr? MerchaBts' ami Mechanics' Perpetual Building and Loan Association, <d Fredericksburg Va 3-6111 fso.Sosj I? Loan $20,500. 1 II. ; NT RPRISE Ul'll.l) INC ASSOCIATION ?fters money to loan on tln-ir liberal terms, tn sums to suit, from Jh<i up, on city am) country property. A] | HENRY W;SfeNtK Preatdartt 819 Mam St t t et, Frcderickabur?, Je*5-6tn TUE BAPTIST ESVI 'aL Much lnverest Felt Special Services For To Day and Sunday The pie achias* of Dr. Hamilton at the Baptist cbiircb is attracting much i tercet. Hhi ?ersaoaa are characterised by tleep spiritunl power and a personal daieetaesstbal reaches the heart. Already tbt-re have beca several coa version?, aad work as biiil out for the next few days promises u spiritual awakealaaj to the cbiircb Bad coiiiiiiunity. The fnlluvvinu ia the order of serslces for Sat iinliiy .nil Sundaj : Saturday?4 p. SB., for children ; 7:30p. m . Sunday School tesvehersaad worsen. Sunday? '.ti-tu a. m . talk to Sunday-School; 11 a. in.. prraehiUK; tip m . for men ; 0:30 p. m , It. Y I' I : 7:30 p. in., preachiB?* Every bod j ?irordiaUy bivited. While Hoiii" of these servie? are special.they do nut exclude any who wish to attend. THE AMMCNS' CASE Vardlct 8e' Aside. The jury in the \mimuis' cas-at Staf? ford V It., after beian: oaf all Thursday sight, broorh i ?" averdlcl Friday mora? bas*, Sjiviasj Ammofss oaeyear in the peai tentiary. Judae Upeeosab sai the ver? dict ?vskJe, owing to an srvorhi the ladiet ineiit. and Amiiiuns wlUbegivea aaew trial._ Mayor X- 3- Willii Cut. Mayor M. <?. Willi* was owl tssttrdsy at his place of business for several hours, tie will resume bis duties as mayor inn few days. Current Comments. ? apt. Terreiice MfCrttckcn went to IVtersburg yesterday. Miss llesaie Gill, ol Millord, was in the city shopping Thursday Mrs .1 N Barney Is confined to ber hollic W Ufa .1 seven- cold. Mr and Mrs Robert \ Gordo Caroline, wen in the city shopping Thurs? day. Mr ( r llevan, ?I King George, m is a visitor ni hii li.i i Lam'I otllee yes l.'f.l.-l V I'.m't buy your dry goods until Jones' tore i- finished, w hirh ? ill In- in a f.'W ill!? -. Mi~- Jennie May .Irick is the id h, r cousin, Miss ?'irginia May, in Washington. C W. Jones Will be elosed l',,r a few days pending improvement?? to bit) ele? gant new store Wanted?Strong bright, active b,,\ for 'office work. Southern Foundry and Machine W orks You can save money In buying dry goods ui ail kinds, blankets, uudi rwear, etc at K. T. Baker's, Mi- I'. J. Cartright, ol the linn ol Cart right ?V Davis. ha> returned from n busi? ness trip to w asbington. Mr. Harold I<owry, son ol Hun M K. l.i,wry. ui Brooke, has returned home iroin a trip to Richmond. \lis-.-s Ruble and KmmieThonin Richmond, are visitiug tlte Family o? Dr. and Mrs II. II Johnston. Mr W T Hart is v.-ry -i,-l. w ith pneu tiionia lie was taken to ?heMary tt iii-tou Hospital ;.i-.-!? : Mr I. a Isay ti Roach, "I the tirtu ol I. i. Roacfa ? Co . id Staffonl Heights, was in Richmond yesterday. I h>- IL, F. nnd P. Railroad Pom pan v has deckled t?i change the name id W,,., I in i k-eoquan station Miss Halite B. Chi, hest.-r, ol Staffonl, has ret urue?i from a visit Ui relatives and Irieuds in Bethesda, Md. Mr .lohn A Kvans. ol ' >u\ille.S county, wasiu the city yesterday, He has been sick for the past week. Mr Geo. II. Warren, ol New i ? i Ins relatives, tbt I lur kamp family, on Hanover street here. Wanted \ young man with ex js i iu the Dry Goods business Apply by st tit-to l' i' Bot o?. Fredericksburg, Va Wanted?A Beat colored woman, fur general housework, in family of ii?e p?-r iddress K.Tm Fhki Lvn. i: office. You should bave a good Photograph ofyounasll Th- Davis Photograph Gal prepared to make any styk? yon may desire Dr. Uosebro will begin at tin'afternoon at I Mil p III . a - rl.-s OU " The Holly Land ami the Relatio i ? i Other Lands to It." Miss Lizzie llurknmp and ('oui* W. II. IIurkamp have n>turned from (hariotteeville, where they attended the Tuy Im-Si nit her weddi Mr CharlesS Brad ley,ol the dry j Arm of Miller A Bradley, of Staunt here fur a lew day s with the family father. Mr. W. E. Bradley. Mr Mtvl?son Kennedy and Miss Bessie Buiitehyard. ol Brooke, were marrie?! al thisiisl Parsonage ?Ve Inesday. Re? i L Potter obviating. Mr RroaddieS llemdon, sun of the late Dr Broaddie s. Herndon, ol this city, who is now iu the post-ottice at Portsmouth, Va., has been promoted. Mrs. J. W. Griffin, ol Washington, re? turned bome this wi-ek. accompanied by ber mother, Mrs A If. Garner, whom she has been visiting for errerai weeks. A number ol Confederates of this city have ? spri awed themselves as oppose?] to i ongressiuan Rixcy s bill to ad mil Con? federates to the National Soldiers' Humes Mrs John Welch and daughter Mrs. W. 8. Parran, ul Barbonrsvllle, Orange county, arc in the city, and guests at the l.i.ar ling house of Mrs T, W. Franklin for the w inter Rev. R. I'. White will conduct the serv? ices at the People's Mis-ion Sunday even? ing at *t o'clock. There will be no night services there during the revivals at the Baptist an ! Methodist churches. Mr. Lawrence B Carter aad Miss Lot? tie Bdwards, both of Caroline, Mr. Joseph E Gardner, ol Pleasantville, S Mis? Blla Md lee, ol Spotay Ivania .inly, w.-re licensed in Washington i., marry, v dways ilnd at 11 stock of Di -, Hair Brasiles < ombs, Too- - etc., ami at prices to -uit all 1 !? S.-1 iptions a specialty. Agency celebrated spei lacles ? i.innuoii. a charming v n "ig la- if i ri h-ri-ksburg. is visiting Miss English, at the seminary Miss Giiiiiiiioii i- nn enthusiastic wkata*r and . niel .uhls considerably to the life community ? ! ti.-li ii t. >n. 1 liispaiili Mr. William Patton, of Stafford, while engage?! in building at the Siik Mills Wednesday, fell Irom 8 scaffokl and bad ly injured the ligaments in his leg. Dr j Y Barney is attending the ease. Mr. Pal tun w ill be confined to his bon eral days. Mr John W. l/i<s\ of Caroline, went to Washington this trees to have his shoulder examined. lie has suffered much with it since he had n fall several weeks ago. The a pat I allst found thai the shoulder was fractured, and is now treating the injured tnetnlsT Imitations Uti\r ?s'en issued by Mr. ami Mrs. Gran ville R. Cofemaa.oi Brandy Station, for the marriage of their daugh? ter. Miss Lets Jane Colcinnn, to Mr Mil? ton W spindle. Theeeremonj sill take placent Fleet wood Chapel, Cran,ly Sta? tion, as Wednesday evening, Jan ?2nd, at seven o'clock. Lil M. Smith, the little son ni Mr. J W. Smith, of Partlow's, Spoisylvania county, died Jan. 2nd, age etgbt years. He had been under careful treatment of guod physicians tor about 19 months, but his disease was incurable lie was a luMible child, and inneh sympathy is expressed for bis bereaved parente Dr B. Hales gavea pleasant entertain? ment to a few friends Wednesday night at his home on Princess Anne street The guests were Misses Margaret and Lizzie Kelly. Dr. J. P. Stiff, Capt. W. F Coatee and Messrs C B. Broiin and Theodore M Bradley. Miss Susie Hales presided with iiitieb grace and dignity as hostess Willis Petty was set at liberty by Judge J. K M. Norton, of the Alexandria Coporntion Court. Thursday. Comraon wealth's-Attorney Mat-bury moved that the case lie nolle pcoesed, on the ground that the prosecuting witness. Mrs Ro Is-rtn Payne, of this city, refused to ap? pear SgalBSt the prisoner. CITY COUNCIL Salaut-s ol Police Ofnccrs Increased Sup' Qulun and Supi Fltipatrlck Ke Elect, d New Ordinances Tne Mercer Monument. The Ci tv Council met Thursday night at ~> .1". Bccorder McCrarken presiding, and Councilman tule. Bradley, Howe, Jones, Perry, Bradford and Chancellor present. Mr ( ok?, ol Finance, presented several srcall lulls, which were ordered paid, lie al-.ii presented a list of insurance on the city property amonuting in s.'.n. inn Mr .lunes repurteil all the scholars "f the city, who bave scholarships at the college, as making u..I progresa Commoowealtb's tttoruey \ T Em* brer appeared before the CouBcilon be I:.ill ol tin- police iun-e ol tIn- eity, and citing the prices paid the members id the force in other cities naked that fltl per month additional be granted each. Ou motion of Mr. Rowe the increase was granted, there being only une vote, Mr. Bradley, against it Mr. Met rocken, ol Light, naked tor to, ."um to be placed to r red il ol his commit? tee to make payment? on Klectric l.iglit Plant, which was done, lie also pre? sented a letter from Mr. John C. Melville, o? the Woolen Mill Company, for |.". Tais in claims is for damages, etc, done by the late wash-out ?it the Klectric Light Plant It was referred to the Light Committee for in ?estivation and reporl to the Council lie ahm presented r from Mr. Clark, owner of the water power, for rent fur electric light power for three months, amounting to >jn_':,ii There being some disputed ?juestions in regard to the bill, it ira? re (erred to the Light Committee for ?ii\e ill ami to report Application was made l?ir an rlecteic light on the corner ol Amelia street, near John A. Harria' residence Ii was referred to Light Committee. Messrs Carter, Bisria? and Brent, ol Business Men's Ass?H-iation, werepn and mi m ition ol Mr Howe, were beard Mr Carter spoke ol the insufficiency ol light in the eii\ and ap|s?ale*l to the Council to take steps at once to gi\- the iieople plenty ol licht Un motbm ol Mr I'.ra.llev tie' -lib), it was referred to the Light Committee for prompt in v - tiou \ communication sai read from Messrs St George It. Kitshugh and M H Kowe askiug for an appropriation of t'i.iU for the Battlefield? Park laeueia lion It was ordered. Mr 1 ule offered two ordinances? one in regar i to Ore r u kers etc .and the other concealed weapons lleferred to Ordl nance Coin m i I lee Mr i'u!e reported that the ordinance relating to sewers was not ready, but would be finished I.y next meeting Mr Chancellor moved that the Council elect a superintendent ol water woi present year. The i|uestion ol whether the anperiiitendent wonld Is- in charge ol ?r system without additional pay ne!,not heiug answered ?at mly tu some of the members, Mr Jones i:uivcl 1.1 pas?, by the election until s rordinnno ?ras adoptai. This moved thru the salary Mr .lunes amended it ', |ing s7".n .; amendment was lost and the salary fixed ' ipt. S .1. Quinn was unani- ' motisly re-elected The election ol superintendent of gas works was then gone into Mr. Cole named the sal iry $80". the same as hist year. Mr Bradford named I'.MM) Mr. Bradley amended wnhsT'lii The origi? nal motion was carried and the salary lived at ?sim \|r SVni Fiupatri. unanimously r.' 1 lected. Mr Bradley offered the followhn lotion : " Resolved. That the Light Com? mittee of the Council be requested to as? certain at one? the probable coal cd an incaadeeceni system "f electric lighting to be operated in conjunction with the ure system now owned by the city ol Prederirksburg.'' This was unanimously adopted. A communication from Capt. 8. J 'juiiiti. and a letter enclosed from .Indue B ll WeUford Jr., in regard to a monu? ment to (Jen. Hugh Mercer, nt this city, fur which an appropriation ol So.OHM) wa> mad? by an act ol Congress, p 12."? years ago, urging that the matter be investigated and pressed, were read, and on motion ol Col. Cole a committee eon slating of three members of the Council and three citisens, twool whom shall be members of tbe Business Men's ISBoda tinii. were appointed to take charge ol and press the matter before t'uti^: The Public Interest Committee of the Council was also instrocted, In conjunc? tion with a sir.nlar committee from the Business Men's tssociatioB toopeneom munieatioB with nur representative in Congress ami arge a liberal appropria? tion for tbe improvement of the Rappa hannock river Mr Rowe, ol Ordinance, offered an of dinaiii-i- prohibiting the posting of bills of any kind on the curbs or sidewalks ol the city. Passed. Mr Jones presented an ordinance which if passed will cause all the siens bow erected aero?? and alongside ol the side? walk? to be taken down aller Jnij 1. IllO'i It was laid over until the next met lint; Becorder M?*Crarken reported I'hh-h. ?*"_'l. Illlll ?! < ?IT IH-'-IIM-H. .fJ.?o. M?si Tayloe, Formerly :f This City, Be? comes the Bride cf Mr J. E Souther. Miss Mary Laaghorn Tayloe, daughter of Mrs. (ieo (?.Tayloe, of Uharlottssville, formerly of this city, and .lohn Kerfmit Souther, of Washington, also a former resident of this city, were married Wcd tiesday afternoon in I lie t harlottesville episcopal church. Ths ushers wste Messrs. W. I! lliirkainp, ol Fredcrieks liurg; Thomas C Armut, of WashhigtoB, I? ? , William Bdward Tayloe. of the I niversity of Virginia; Win It Tayloe, of Danville; Lomas K Tayloe, olCbanottas rilfe; Kenneth Hrown. of the I diversity ol Virgiaia; Ueo. Willis, of Rlehmoad: Krank (inest and Itobt.MeK Thomas,of New York. 'The bridesmaids were Miss Mary LomBX 'Tayloe. of Norfolk; Misses Mary ami \'irginin Rogers, of Etoeaoke: Misses Sallie and Mary Cage Williams, of <?range; Miss Goodwin, of New York, and Miss Lizzie llurkamp, of 1'reder iekaburg. The mail of honor was Miss Rosa Tayloe, sister of ths bride. Entertainment For Benefit of the Hospital. The ladies of the Mary Washington Hospital Association expect to bold 11 handkerchief sals at the Opera House on Tuesday, led II, to raise money lor the roBsingexpenses of the hospital and to aid in the charity work. They will have u supper and soinctbingattnu-tiveoii the stage, and bop,- to enlist the interest of the community, as in their former enter? tainments. \ Stops the Cough and works off the Coli I Laxative hVcaao-Qm^atas Tablet? cure a cold in one day. No Cure, no Pay Pr'nv 2."i cent* THE ?II 111 & GARNETT NATIONAL BANK, KREDERICKBBUKG, VA. Deposits Solicited, Negotiabi.f Paper Discountfd All Correspondence Promptly Answered in sealed Envelopes. Handsome Lithographed Check Books presented to each Customer Merchants' Business Cards placed on their Checks. BANK OPEN FROM 9 k. U. TO 5 P. M CHARMING RECEPTION. Mr and Mrs 0 W Sbephard and Mia? Shepherd Entertain The Occasion One of the Leading Society Event* of th? Season 'The residence of Mr. <i. W. Shepherd was tin- scene of an elegant reception I hui-s,lav night 'The spacious room- ol the hospitable home werethrown open un every side, ami bright llgbts,amkl the dark green toilage ol the decorations, with the fair faces and furms that thronged the rooins and halls during the eveuing, lormei] a pictureolgreat beauty The reception r?Mim was decorated with palms. The receiving party making each ami every one feel ahearty wclco., and good cheer prevailed. Mr aad Mrs Shepherd were assisted In Miss Shepherd, Mrs. A. H Botta, Mrs II II Johnston, Mrs (has Wallace, Mrs A Randolph Howard and Miss Lizzie Doswell Mrs Shepherd w as gowned in black satin and rare lace, Miss Shepherd, in w hite organ? die over green, assisted ber parents in receiving. Mrs. \. Randolph Howard wore a handsome gowaol black telvel and nal lace. Mrs. BottS in white tal :? la. Mrs. Wallace in block silk. Mrs Johnston in grny cre|>e de chine, ami Miss Doswell in white organdie over np pi- green silk, made the room perfect in its settings Pne supper room was made beautiful by a huig table that ran the length o? one side ol the room In Recentre were banked fruits and flowers, over which were cast the ravs uf many candles Mrs Claraiice Ii Howard and Miss Mary I itzhugb pre sided uver this, ami assisting them iu doing the honors were Mrs D. c. Bow? man, Mrs I Slniisluiry Wallace. Mrs P. v Daniel, Misses Mary Thompson. Ed mo Fitthugb, Jennie MaiGand, Susie M Bradley, Judith Sheplierd, Mamie Shep herd; Messrs (laiiuu-e K Howard, I Stansbury Wallace, (I, W Shepherd. .Ir ami ThomasS.Shepherd. Thectiffeewas serTed by Miss (arrie P. Moore, of Ron \ir 'The giu-sts included a lung list uf the aock'ty |s-ople of tin- cit v. and the even ing vv ill linger in the memory ol all pr?s ? -?it as one "i the delightlu! events id tin past 3. Willis Haward't Will Prohatod. The following will made by s W illi Howard iu Krederieksburg, \a. Spt lo, iHMii, was admitted t" probate in the Corporation Courl here Thursday "In ease of my death. Henry It (?mild man will pirase take charge of all my sa tile it. and hold all funds for the u-neiit nl my children, Annie W and William Willis; also my children by my wife, Martha, each child to receive the same amount; all funds to be held by tin said H. K Gouldman until the rhildren are ol age. and be to us,' his own jndg ment as to what amount each child shall lor its support until he nr she is uf age. All my household Furniture.etc . excepting enough to lurnish a room for \iinieaud Willis, to Martha, my wife, Family pictures of Ella, my wife, m.v mother's and lather's family to be kept lor W illis and Annie. The family Bible also to Is- kept fur the above children All my I.ks to be sold fur tin- benefit uf the .stale. Annie W. and Win Willis Howard must, if possible in- sent to some member ofmy mothers or father s family. My mother or Mrs. Mary I. Parkhurst is to tar consulted as to who shall haw th-iii S. Willis Howard. Il R Gouldman, the executor named in th.- above will, having died, un motion ol Mrs. Martha Howard, widow of the testator, who together with the next of kin. declined to administer on the estate, William D Carter ipialitied as admiiii* trat or thereon, with will annexed, and gave bond as such in the penalty of three thousand dollars 'The following ap? praisers srere appointed : Paul Karsten. .1 M Griffin, Henry W issner. \. l!. Potts. Sr and M M !>-v\ is William Willis Howard, Harry Oilman Howard and Eleanor Howard, infant children <>f the testator, appeared in court aad nominated P. V. I), Conway as and fur their guardian, and the court appointed him said guardian Insurance pofieesta the amount of f 12,000 are payable to his four children. About |.*,,000 of insurance and other property to the amont of f 10,000, outside of the children's insurance, constitute the es t?te. Death if Mrt Evelyn H Wcltz 'The public will deeply regret to learn i.f the death ui Mrs. Evelyn H. Wolts, ol this city, which occurred in Baltimore, where she was visiting, yesterday morn? ing, after a ?hurt illness Mrs vYotU was u Miss May of Petersburg, one of tin many distinguished families of Virginia, and when young was recognised as nin? th?' Mies o? that historic city. Soon after the war Miss May was inarri.il to Col John W Wolts,and morad to Rich iiiuiid. After S few years residence there, she moved tothieeity, where her hnsband Isi'/ime postmaster and afterwards the founder of Tut. I'm i Lam?. Mrs. Wolta wns a Bteesber of the Bpfecopal church, and excmplitlnl iu her life the holy religion the proteased. She was a lmly of aiiiiabledisposition.aml imitated the Master iu doing good to all. and >?* ?.ially in deapeaBJagof her means to the Buttering*poor about her. Beststavestavrea children, many relatives and a wide cir cleolfrieiids to ntourn her death HerehU tiren are: James May . Win H .find Miss Minnie If. Wolts, Her remains were brought to this citv yesterday evening nml will lie interred in the City Cemetery by the side of her husband. ANNOUNCEMENT. To Our Friends and the Public; I laving this day foro. * a co-partnership for the purpose nl carrying on a GEN ERA I. REAL ESTATE ? mi I SSI ' RANCE business iu (lieeiiy of Frederieksluirg and adjacent counties, under (he firm name of SLAUGHTER ft GRIFFIN, tre respect? fully solicit a shan- of your patronage, pledging careful, intelligent, prompt and reliable attention to any interests en? trusted to our care. W. L SLAUGHTER, ,I()H\ If. GRIFFIN I'rederiekslnirg. V.l., .Ian. 1". 1002. talet of Real Eitu? Mr. Pbllip K. Banana has purchased of Mrs. Ettsa L Bn-ssjer. formerly of this city, now ?J Baltimore, her former r-si deuce on the corner ol Ifain and Princesa Elisabeth streets here 'Terms private. Dr. I. Qaruetl King has psrehassd of Mrs B. P.. Coleinan. through Mr. JolmC. Willis, the lot on Prince Edward street next to Mr. W.T. LeavelTt residence.and will build a modern dwelling on it the coining Spring. Mr X. F Embrey't Condition. A telegram was received here late ? yesterday evening which stabil that there was but little hoiie for the recovery 0l Mr. Madison F. Emhrcy, who is so ill at Memphis The fever with which he is suffering has I gone to the brain. New Year's Greet, no;. We til c tlii- oppnrtunit) to t? know 1 edge in?! <?- per i .ill) think oui patrons and the public ?" 'lierait) fol thcii ?b? et i! patron ige dui ?i".; 1901, Wc hope still to n.ci it yotti piii "ii i'.'i- in tbe future as in the pit, prom i ni" to give.you the eery BESTGOODS \T Lowest Prices it one and ill a vei \ happ) ind pro perom New Year 1 ii-ni nil, \ "iir W. L. BUR RUSS '?I'l U\ II d -I. CIBM'KRY, THANKS for yoni patronage during tic- pi t \e.11 11..; ;:??' \ .. i h i\e I pent A PI BASANT XMAS im! wishing yo pcrons ami HAiTY NRW YRAR, I am, vours, 9?&$!M$$$0Mrl&( % ft. C. Bowman,: ? THE I RUGGIST, $ 915 Main St , Prederioksburg, - ? - Vu g3&t&&#w*g*g#S# Geo. A. Haynes GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT Tobacco and Grain. Htoiewall Warehouse, Richmond, Va. ?V 3. EMBREY. (Suerositiir to BmfefSf * lti-rr>man.] Uralerln KAIl.ltoAIi CMMM TIKS, ? i:|i.\lt POSTS. BPOKKfl ASH II? Mil's. Kssps rmiMtniillr mi liand a larjrr aupplj of iini.-ii lu; Hi?l Mi!) Vest. sw'iMiei- asar lfatln.a.1 H.'ti'it. I'r.'.lortrli-litir?. fa LOCA!, MABKKTS. (Corrected by Simon llirsb A Mro.) Wheat, ""> to 87 : corn, old and new, <;I to 87;meal,$1.85 to |t.40 [ter loo pounds: oats, BO to on : fowls (live), (i to 7: turkeys (Uve), 7 to H, (dressed) 11 to l2*dueka(live),C to7*dre*erdchicheas, N to I'l |ter pound: bud, 1" lu 1 1 ,eaj?* ?22 to 23j butler. 15 to-JO; ham . 19 to Id; Irish potatoes, ffito '.ni; beet, BtO ."ly. veal. 41,; pork. 6tott%;hUee(jrreen), ? to ii; bides (dry). 7 to 8; baled hay, $H> to $18 |ht toa. \\ ool?1 nwafbed, 16 to 17; washed, 38 tc 24. l>-af Sumac?60 to 88 cents ?ter hun? dred pounds. TDK Ol? VIS M VHKKTS. The grain market? closed yesterday as billows: rhintgO TThOBt, .Ian. 7'i',: May, 80; corn, Jan. .V.?',; May. 63\; oat?, Ma\ I I . New York?Southern wbeat, 88 to M. eorn, M to 10. Baltimore?Southern wheat, 80 to87; Southern corn. 68 to (is1, llichruond?Wheat, 88 to Hit; corn 70 to 72. Alexandria?Wheat, 7." to 80; corn, C,H to 70. Tombstones, Markers and Monuments To the gootl people of Frtderickflbarg and adjacent rounties who,anticipat? erecting a Tombstone, Marker or Monument to some departed loved one, we most respectfully ? ?tier our services. Our Granite, which is of dark blue color and susceptible of the finest polish, is quarried from the cliffs just above the city. We transport the Granite by boats to the city, where we manufacture it into various designs to suit the taste of those who patronize us. We have just put up a Steam Crusher, and are prepared to furnish Crushed Rone By dealing with us your money is kept at home. Encourage home enterprise. CARTRIGHT & DAVIS. Corn Shellers! Corn Shelters!! Nos. 2, 3, 4, S, 6 Separate tin- com from cob, and Nog. 2 and 5 have shakers that clean the cere aieely for market. When in need.,( :i good Obra Bheller call in and see mu- Nog. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, CHANCELLOR & RAWLINCS, FARMERS' SUPPLY STORE. Commerce Btreet,.Fredericksburg, Va. COFFEE That is Coffee! VOU WILL FIND IN oik ROYAL MOCHA AND JAVA COFFEE: more satisfaction, more joy, more comfort than you can possibly Snd in any coffee bought glstfefcers in this city. The very fact of our selling hundreds ol pounds of this particular blend weekly is S? evidence that our trade arc getting their money's worth. TRY ONE POUND. Price only 33c, and vw\ Lack to you for every jhiuiiiI sold that is not entiiely satisfactory. K. member the blend nnd name- Old Government Jara and Best Arabian Mocha. BLANKETS, W.iH there ever a time when these were more needed ? Nor was then ever a time when you could BUY THEM SO CHEAP -sA?S AT C- "W. J O IST E NOW. WATCH THIS SPACE, W. A. BELL & BRO. I?eV.%7 Business Change?A Card. I take this means of informing iny customers and the public generally that I have adniitbil my son Joseph \l Oiildsuiith as a ful1 partner in the clothing and furnishing business heretofore carried on by me at 1120 Main Street. The new 1rs* will do business as B Goldsmith ? Son. and I l?csi>eak for the new Bra a continuance of the patronage so liberally bestorrsd on Ste in the past by a discriminating public. B. OoLaXHUIn. AseneeSSBOfS to the well-known business tirm of B, Goldsmith, the undersigned will continue the business initier the tirtn name ol B. (ioldsmith ft Son. We offer to the public our services as clothiers and hnU'nlnshers, ami invite the public generally to call ami haspset our choice and extensive stock Is-forc pun-basing elsewhere. Appreciating past patronage, we shall at all times use every effort to deserve a continuance of the same. t?. GOLDSMITH. JOSEPH M. GOLDSMITH. Are taking Inventory, and in the midst of it have sotneexcej tional Bargains that will pay you to go at once and examine. Furs that sold for $2 00 now 93"..furs that sold from $2 50 hfl 14 50 now $1.98. Only a few and must Is' dosed out Ladies' and Children's Cloaks have been reduced to one-half their former arfe*, very fewon hand. Dress Hoods and Millinery reductions that will make you buy. Our India Linens for the Spring arc here ami sisiial prices to early purchasers. Our Winter Hoods that an-on hand must be dose?!, so come and ask our prices Yours. K.'spectfiilly ISAAC H I R S H & SON 1902 Prices Will Please You We can sell you Genuine Oliver Castings much cheaper this season. It will not pay you to buy poor Castings when you can get the best for tlie same money. A large stock of OLIV ER PLOWS (both wood and steel beam). Call on DECKER & ALRICH. Big Reductions on Ali Goods carried over ltefore taking inventory. Watches, Rings, Chains, Pin?, Jewelry and Silverware of every description A. LOEWENSON, Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician. Cash paid for Old Gold and Silver, or taken in trade. * INVENTORY SALE Of A KKW ROTTI.KK ?IK OfR ?Cough Balsam,) which will Is? sacrificed at 13 CENTS per bottle. We guarantee the cough syrup all right in every respect, and want to see if you appreciate a goo?! bargain. Formerly retailed at 2~> cent?. now CI cents. Hurry! Lewis' Drug Store. CONTRACTORS. C3-EO. "W. WBOT? 3SI Builder and Contractor. Will furnish Plans and Specifications contract for erecting all classes of Build lugs: furnish hands by the day and su perintend the work in town or couatry lab. Charges Reasonable. Wm. Livingston. C G. Heflin Livingston <? Heilin, Contractors and Builders, Fredericks burg, Va. Fully equipped for all kind of work in the building line. Businet office?Boom 14, Enterprise Building A. Ka8031 O-aXTCLCX', Contractor and Builder. hrlncsss Anne Ha, Oyptialtc Tyler's FoaaSrr Sa\TGu aran tees all work hi bia line to b* done promptly and in a first-class man aer at rock-bottom prices.