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>\ i I RDAY.FKiWAin 1 K:itere,l a.? T \,1 Ml - RICHMOND, FREDERICr, OMAC Rill s.-il.-.lui,, in boh t |Hn, 1 nil. l'.nej i i t. i ?.4? A. M dally. Klops im ? ixjuan Huutlay. ?ml? , , ? op? 10 o,*. A \l sut,.I,u ?oulj Si n llrook?, \ l<-> (?,, ii. 1" el i \l Jail] Stups Baal -u Bit . \\ ...-? ?Mantle,? ' lien-.t Hill, 1 r? lllll 1 -4 . I'. M stops. ' -..-. Wide Water i I i , . . . ? \ \l -l.nli ? i >? '. J'.t V. M, lau 1. , - | l,,l III s i j. r.? i> m \,, |g :. is r \i lr-t' Ci - - V, -?-..I! I* M burg ?*> 11 IV M ' !* T. I' '?'*. W |l Ml, U I' l'A VI (Ut, POTOMfl . So 1 - - . ?i n: H .' ii in i n> .t in u m !? .1 m l..|.. - > ? - i tn ti Is ,i m n in loi 4 ?i m I"?'-'* B III . t'olil a i" i. (?ra.ii>-e t. it:. OhtoK. 1: I i-i- - da- W. ii i:i' and TESTED TRIED i>.' a.Tl^e-' MUTUA LIFE, oi New "i i.rk. today offert* . ? Karth We (?uarante? largest return ROWLETT & G 10LRICK, HEfOQU-\3rt*RS FOR BU-Lulh? MATERIA I k?s*|i all kiads "i North i aroliua and Virginia Lumber, di*e*--?*cd ami und rtbingli iml Blinda [ Lime.Oment.Calcine PlasJIer, flastering Hair. Buikling and Paving I'.rick. Tin ami Iron Roofing. L'u1 aud >'? ? kinds lU-aiy-.Mi .?-'I I'aii I'aitit, I .in-ifil ? ?il. Turpentiue, I ' aid Lewis's M bite Lead, I'aim i' of ali kinds. Window (?lassand I'utty. lluilders Hardware of all kinds. Tar Roonag and SI athing I'oper. Keep ?ai ft ? r I'ijic and i ?:_.. ? l_ l>;.. . Lire Clay Fija I. D COLE $30,000 ?30,000 TO LOAN I In sums to suit, on !><>th Cil Country Property, upon easy t? and at 6 per cent interest. Con? sult your own advai by corrcaponding with JOHN T. KNIGHT. Ps??!Saa? -OH ISAAC HlflSHSsorstar? llercbaata' ami Mechanics' Perpetual Building and ! ; ?n, of Frcderickaburg, Vs. 3-6"'' $?6,5oo. To Loan. $20,500. THF, ENTKRPRISE BUILD? ING ASSOCIATION offers money to loan on their HI terms, in sums to suit, from fu o up, on city and country property. Apply to HENRY tWtSSNCR. s*? rosld ??*?*. 819 Mam Street, Fresdcricksburg, Va jei5-6m WANTED! To sell a French Coach Stallion. This horse ielimpofled, registered in the French and American stud b-oks. 1 liave Ihe pedigree, which is excelled hy none Also a Black Spanish lack, with mealy pointa ; 14 hands high and large in proportion to height, rising; 4 vears old ami guaranteed. I or luither information addre 108. BAKER, (eis U Lloyd's, l-.ssex C"., Va. E, G. HSFLIN, ARCHITECT and BUILDER, will furnish plans and specifications ami take contracta lor all kinds ?>f building work, All work guaranteed to be satisfactory. A sample ?>f my Htiik is the Enterprise Building Cor resp?ndeme aolictted IIH-KINSO.N S s|||.;t 111 l.'M SHELBHRNE'S WftREHOUSE. 1 mi in:: sai.i. m LOOSE TOBACCO and by SAMPLE 0*/E?-? THl HOGSHEAD 12th ??mi OaJUIi siKi.i is. RICHMOND, VA. CURRENT COMMENTS. NEWS HI FRI ill kkk.-lUKd V\i> VrCINITl UATHERI I) HEIE \M> Uli kM B\ fill FREE I \'U: REPORTERS. Mr ( ha? les ? ? h mi - ? lio . h I'. I'll? dine was In the cite I K>'\ .1 \\ H eck m a it and wife, of Spot sylvaiiia, were in the city Thur-sia-j ? Helen W Ban ee evl nproe I nK S M ? I iiiih, l'ro.t \a Mr. VV. It Scott, agent id the Weems Line ol steamers, was In Richmond Thursdn* You can save money in buying dry ..'nuls blankets, nnderwenr ? r - N VNTI'li \ neat house girl, from I ** -- ?louse? in I. Lam K. Nannie Hollowaj . "? Riehmond, is visitiug her parents, Mr aud Mrs .1. W Hollowaj, in Caroline r on March 'loth, the ? -,i Sti l and earlier than oe-cur again till I'.?I0 \\ unteel at ? 'nif Several \ No I Ma (?hiniatsand VNo I VYoeid-worker S??uth lundry \ Muehine \\ orks \li-s |'.m m a i arter, who 1ms been the ifue-st ul her sister, Mrs .1 S, Barney i mis m I'eniisylvania \!.s II \! I ? Martiu 1m-' ret unit?! rom Savannah, (?a., where she waa th? >f her ?laughter, Mrs V? \. Seddon. should have a un "1 I'hotograpb - Photogrnpl ? -t \ le j "ii Hall, who h.r brother Mr W I Ball, in VYn ton. tor ;h im" rc Kverj do - solel durin-* - i ni: i:i v \,, ii'iji. i. Mrs I'm ill. - . Mr- M \ Downman li- .i || yo'i Will llee.i ' time t" save money now. Mrs .1 I' titininion and two "? her , n i;. m.',! Deli and Jai * home from an extended i l.i ?s ?rom Trill I ' my rn ami a Mrs \\. 1. I'rnd Mr \ B Catkins, ol 11m n \? i*!i the i VV. Ib? is .-111 .-. Mr You ? ill rind ever?, pi We . .'in , labor,' ' my of ? ' s -t?ndete al ?"> p m This ? -.till continue ul night ? ii. who has ior ?th the i 'on \t ne (j ?r I Hank here, left where he s ?l be led with the Middk sex National I'..'ink :it that place. "i ou will always Hn I at Hall's store ?i i-iiliipll'te Stock olHrugS, t heilli ? Hair Brushes Combs, Toeith !'?! H-' d at price? I llll I'r: seriptiotis || -Mii.'iltl lor Hawk?*a* celebrated spec** Mi?s Jennie Phil from I' the bridesmaids at the marriage i Muttie Watson to her cousin Mr. Brook Rogers, both ol that city. Rev. I?r .1. \\ Roscbro olthiscity was the :? rgyman Commtinicated. The Comention und the Treasurer-, t'reixton. Va . Feb. 11. 1002. Tei Thi ! i:m I.-. I want to thank yeiu very much for your comments in last issue oh the atti ni.)?- of th? Constitutional Convention towardathe Treasurera. I have always found you a bold, earnest champion ol the people's rights I have been twice : appointed Treaenrer?once in IM7?, and I held the office by the gift "f the people | until 1887; wan appointed again In 181)4, j and hold the office yet by the trust and J kindness of the good people ol my county. I belong t.i thai class ol Virginians, who are fast passing away, who stood for the ri^lu and honor ol the State when it required ?-.rit Bud nerve and self-sacriiic? to Htiiml li matters lin!?* tons Indi* i ?dually, now. what term tbej give an officer. But, pray, ob uhnt meat have our young solons ted, what wine have they drank or on whose money have tbey .rot*, n so ??rent that they can snap their lingera in the face of the people and say they "fmk no favors ofany one?" l'y w hose favor did you get where you are? Hut then sum" people are easily puffed up I knew a man onee, who was ap? pointed road overseer, and never iiis naine to any paper afterwards w ith oiit adding "R. <> "toil lMi**a*e recol lect that there is nothing supreme in this 'land of the fr?-?- and home of the brave but the |K-??pie, and govern yourselves accordingly- A vYordtothi: w'isi Tobacco Sales. At Shelliuriie'-i Warehouse?n Richmond .">'',7*?0 pounds of suiH-ured tobacco were sol?! Wednesday. The average price 111.17 -a record .breaking Bgnre The whole aale amounted to."2,02."? pounds, and the highest price was $*i0, Lo-iati Floyd, ol Hanover county, re? ceived n bin price fir his tobacco His yield amounted to about 1.11.'? poooda, atad begot nearly f 140 per acre for his tobacco At shellxirne s Warehouse be stiltl l',1 l? i pounds, the a tenure price he lag 91 1.87. The remainder of bis crop? ?_*,H7.~i pounds?was sohl at Sbelburne's some time ago at bji average e*f $lfL40. The average on theentire crop was $14 * :!7 per hundred nonada C. wi i.i i \sinn uni ii ii i>. rj Was Oal) Eight Minuit- Briafiaf lac Veretkl. I lu . H ill i"' feilinil the testimony in the trial at Newport News, "i i ?ylett vahby.for the shooting ol Ldwnrd *, Mary.- in.- trial earns to a - lay evening I he jiirj il only eight minutes, and n i?t?Ih i nttiil was rendered There was an nffectin-j arene as Mr, lahbv'a family and friends gathered about aim The ac il mau was warmly rougrotulnted ami it w as halt an hour alter the trial he fore lie could Laic the court room. Death ?I Hr. I (?reenuiuid. in Esses Coasts rhe death ol Mr. Rraamustlreenwood, iu Lssex county, Monday, was undoubtedly suicide, as he was found by his wife hanging Irom a tree in front ol his room dead. No reason can he as signed le?r the rash deed Mr (insui wood was h prosperous fanner, about is .,i,|, and had lived ijuiet, ui'obtrusive and upright lite, His plans were laid wit h i he greatest minuteness About I o'clock m the morning he dress? ed hiuisell with care went out. as Ins ?.vil thought, to attend to the Iced inn: of his cattle Not returning in a reasonable time lus w He started to look lor him Slid lo,imI him hangeel \ ladder had l*eeu placee! nguiusl the tree,his feel were tied tightly together, be had a fall of some ten feet, which paused instant Hie I iineral? of Mr. Nink iml Hiss Uelger, V?h<? Were OrtnineJ at Oaaacsck. ? ral services over the remains ol Miss May l*eig-.*rand Mr Herlierl Nock. \ i re drowned while skating on Onaucock creek, were held at Onaucock Wednesday riie funeral ol Mr Sock nink place from the I'rvsby terian ( burr h tu lu a M , all the ministers of the town taking . took place from Holt Trinit* Kpiacopal church at _' P M . Rev .1 Ii'. Henlerlite ol the I'reslit tei -?an church, an I Ree Scott Meredith, the new ree'tor ol the church, oil; th binerais were mi.I the synipath' ol ?plewiis universally extended to ipiV who lost their lives together and are buried not . lb'lit ( eini t- it V Joint Stuik Cinitpant. ? i he fainilt o? i lie late obtained a charter induct the hotel - am! wine Mr Henri at and geni ral mana? ger, Mr Nal. atme Hannehl ?s vice-presi titendent o? vineyard, \lr \ ?s secretar hotel mauagi r The management of the hotel is th ormerly, and the thotil cbauge It ? the groa r> o? tt ?Hi? ll Mas Faaad Head Neai W'isewatcr. ? ho !? Ii this pit? Tues I ? inau Ij im. und W ?de water M , lliesday, wit : r.'keii r.nd a l I < In mu- o| ? ' wo uold rings He went nter and notified ? w bo .'"in.m i-ateel tl > thi Richmond of this .-??r by tie- ?i iiiu hi lae Moulders Strike. ?I rike at the f L llun - I riend IMou \\ orka here, us unchanged. The proprietor re in?",I tei make any reince-seions tei the strikers, ami the men declare that nnless they are paid >i ".o per day, they will not return to work According t" the ?instill no) ?it- on the foundry door, il the men do h to tt ork on Monday -'."' per day, ? .i hi r nil Till' Lycess* Eslertaisatfcat. in his iiiip?Tsiii,a tioii of Ben Hui? lier 11 llie Lyceum tsaocia tiim. was - very large andi trodueed by Rev, l?r. .1. s Dill, Mr I'lowerewoaappreciated by who enjoy this st vie of entertain ;,- w ill be one more ol the Ly ????um -i i* s. w ii h w ill close the season, It will be a concert, and will take place on March L'.Hi. For Over 8lx*.y Years. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over sixty years by millions of mothers lor their children while teeth lug, with perfect sne*ccss. It soothes the ??hihi. aoftcBB the gums, allays all pains, cures wiml'-olie and is the liest remedy for liinrrhoea. It frill reli?-\r the poor little sufferer Immediately, Sold by Draggista in every pari of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. H?-sure and ask for ''.Mrs. Winslow's Soothing and take no other. Mr. J. T. Lo?er\ s Stahle Burned. The stable of Mr .LT. Lowery, near bis residence on lower Main street, was diescovered to be on Bre Thnraday, and in a short lime was burned to the ground. Ii i- supposed tiie Bre originated from a spark from the Steamer in a wood yard near-by. Provender and a let "f hann-s were Imiued Luckily the horse and cow of Mr, Lowerv were out of thestab-k* at the time, insurance ilOO, and loss about *-?','!" Vient Down an rmhankment. A freight car on the Narr?iiv Gauge Railroad loaded with sumac, jumped th? track Bear Hazel Hun, Wednesday ?ven- i ing, and went down aaembankment, ?mother freight <*nr and the pnaaenger eoarh did not leave the track, The pea? rs were transferred to the front freight cur and brought to this city. The derailed car ami eooteats were not materially iajured. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Cromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refuse] the money it if fails to cure. K. W. (?rove's signature is on each box 2Se. The Weather -Ice. The river is ?till blocked with ice lolly live inches thick n? far as forty miles down. The ice broke up partially near Tapp'ihaniioi'k a few days ago ami We ifords Wharf was badly Injuted yesterday morning at t?-n o'clock the thermometer registered 8 above Bero. ! This signature is on every box of the fsntiine ( Laxative Bromo-Quinine T?bi*ts I the reintsiy that ear?*? a ?-old la osm day &A '/rvrtn**' TEE COW, lili i GARNETT NATIONAL BANK, FREDERICK8B?R?, VA Deposits Solicited, Negotiabi.f Paper Discounted All Correspondence Promptly Answered in sealed Envelopes. Handsome Lithographed Check Books presented to each Customer Merchants' Business Cards placed on their Checks. BANK OPCW FROM 9A.M TO 5 P. M III! I IKMIKS'INSTITI'TI II Will he Hfhl Hen Vu ihiirsdiet. \ Furraers Institute will be held in the emu i house in this city, next Thnrsdni Leb. _'?iih. beginning at 11 o'clock \t 12:30, a r.as wUI be taken for dinner, and aft- i BO? v. ill he held Iron* 2 to I o .lo. i. The feature ol th. i ?ion w ill be an address on ' The improve ment of the Soil," by Prof W V Ma oi the North Carolina ?grieultural <"I lege An opportunity will beglveuthe farmers to dlaeuas this and any other siibje, i thai may be Intreslu.i If is hm?'.! that the attendance ? ill be I MKS I. S. JONES HI V?. Re?talas inkcn m Her (lid iiiinif in Carellae, lor Inlermrnt. Mrs i iphclia Broaddua|.Iout-B,ve ileol Mr T S .loues. ,.l Mine It.lied W ediles day, Feb. 12th, alter ao illness of nenrl* two months. Iron pneumonia she is survived by ahuabaudandthreechildren Her rematas were taken to Carolin?-, to th?' lion.f her ?ather. Mr Ueo tt I'.i'oailduH. ami ?nterre?! in tin- family bint inu ground llls-nlutillll. The Hrin "i Freeman ?ft Kvans was this da? dissHilved by mutual conaenl Mr (?eorge I reci?an, .Ir, buying the ifltcresl ol Mr .lames l; Kvans ami assuming all liabilities of tin-old linn. Ml pallies hat ing claims against the old tirm w ill please |.i,s,.|ii ih, in to (?eorge Kreeman, Jr.,for payment and .ill parties indebted to the firm will call and settle promptly with (?eorgi Kreeman .lr. UKORC1K r'RI'r'M \N. Jn . I WILS It L\ \NS delicate health compelling me to retire temporarily Irom business I have sold luy interest in (he linn "? I ri.inan .V I'.vans to Mr (ieorge h'reemon. -lr . who will conduel it In retiring I extend m- thanks to our former patrons ami ask that they will continue the same with Mr freeman I shall remain in the citj some thirty dayatoaesisl in aettliu up the business ol lb? linn .1 \\n:> i: i:\ \\s ..ess. r to the linn of Kreeman A I tans I wish to return thanks to m m nuls ami the public generally for their kind support in tin- past, ami shall at all times use every effort to de*-**t~rveace>ntin nance ol same '.l "l:i.L l ItKKMAN. Ju Kreilericksburg, \ a . Feh 1". I'm.' ScrlSBSl) Injurc-i in a toon Hunt Mr -I S -Minier one id the largest merchants at ? olonial Bearh, in company with several gentlemen, a lew days ago went to catch r?eme* Tbey leicated one and cut the tree dos n ( Ine ol the limbs rebounded and struck Mr SnyeJer on the head and bre?al Lr V IJ I'arothers is attending him If is thought that Mr Miniers skull is Iroctured, and little hope is entertained for his recovery. His head is very much swollen, ami he is out of his mind most ol tin- time He isa brother in law of Mr !' Corker, and married a daughter ol Deputy Sbei Owens of King (?eejrge counti Mi "imusin-* Comed?. Ihr famous aide-splitting rotnedj "Ilailroad Jock." t" Is* at the Opera 11,,us,- Monds** night, e,unes well n*com mended and is one of the funniest shows ol the season. Aside fron the highly amusing situations and the hilarious antics of Wear) .hn-k Baggies' scenic ?i fe.-ts have beca added and painstaking drilling ami severe discipline are appa? rent in every scene rh?* scenic ee*uip memt has been enlarge?! ami the special? ties an- said t" be wonderfully clever. The tornado scene in tt hich a rireua mut is blow ii to pi-ces and during the storm a lady is thrown into a I .ion's, den are srnaational and realistic, Kntertainmcfit at the (?pera Houne lor Benelil Son? of Veterans' Camp. M'tm Eugenia Uvingston Tucker the renowned dramatic entertainer ami im? personator, will appear at the Opera llouse Tuesday Sight, February Is in Answer to I nele Tom'a Cabin" or 'Old times and old time ledit is IHxie;" ably supported by Miss I' Kineinger. harp soloist. The entertainment iaunie|ueaad out ol the usual line it will be under auspices of B. ?*- < BCW Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterana Best1 r ved s?'at tickets mi sale at Ia'w is'drag store or liy members of the Camp tdmhstioB 1"'. 2>i ami ',"i cents. Chicken Thieies. The chicken house of .Mrs. Clementine Cates, mother of Mr. IV S Lates, of this city wasratered by thieves Wednes? day, and '_'?", young hens and ?'', roosters stolen. Fowles hate also Is-en stolen from Mr .) W Harris ami Mr I'iimhcII \au Auk?*ii Theese marauders are running big risks. Shot guna hau- lieim loaded and a watch sei for their return. The Second Frlcke Ball. The second Fricke masked hall ?d the wiiHon t?iok place W'.Hlnewlay ninlit at the residi'iice of Mr. nml Mrs August Flicke, <?n Main street. There were about 30 massera pr?sent The ball commenced at U o'clock'aii'l coiitinued to ivii' BBSa' hours of Tfauraday morning. liefreshmentH. liquid and solid. we**e Barred in profusion. Mrs. (iordon's Personal Estate. The inventory of the personal estate "f Mrs. Anna Elba Gordon, ol Baltimore, mother of the lilt?- Hon. Basil Gordon, tiled in th?- Orphans court of that city, ainountsto*':i:'i."i.l 1." '.to In tliisninount there ia (7,200 in I'reilfrickaborg bonds. Ne? Adicrtii-cment-,. .-.-,? a>l elscw hiTe of Mr. Joseph Baker, w ho has a horse and jack lor snle. See nd. elsewhere of Harry 1". (?mis. Columbia and Harre streets. Italtiinore, lfd., apple blossom cream for chap|ied hauls, and the skin. A Cough Ayer's Cherry Pectoral won't cure rheumatism; we never said it would. It won't cure dyspepsia; we never claimed it. But it will cure coughs and colds of all kinds. 25c, S?k? SIM I.C. AVER CO., LsessH, BBSS New Year's Greeting;. W( oppoi tlinil I lo.n kllow 1 Hid esperi ill) thank nut p ilimis Slid tin . illy im tin eral patron We hope ??Il to me ut tour patron ige in the future .is m the past, protui Kite you tin very BESTGOODS IT Lowest Prices. Within)* on i veri ti.it ].. New Year W. L. BURRUSS ii|'i:il\ HOI SL illH'i LUV. WM'm*%WSJ?'M*9!BBB??mi!Mn% | . CMIC1E? I WITHOUT USf OF A KNIFE Kellam's Hospital I;,, i.ad, \ .i \ll rxomlnntions ?n-e i nme and see w hat we have done and aredoiog II then J OU are not satisfied l li?t we do all weelaim, m oi t our upei .'as. *?*,*.? ? ?#####0 t; .:? - o * ft ft. C. Bowman,! T'*F DRUGGIST, 915 Mam St , 1 a IS Frederiekaburg, - * - Va, ? * ?ei Vf ?*?** ** Opera House. K S Ches t'amp, s C V . "t this city, wil1 gi\e .m entertainment at the Opera Ho ? Tuesday Night, ENTITLED Kh'i.l "OIMiK?Olfl'l?fii?Iie." in which Miss Eugenia Livingston Tucker, the celebrated dramatic enter? tainer and impersonator, will appear, assisted by Miss Josie F Kitisiiij-er. the gre it harpist, who was educated in Berlin Bj Hen W'm POSBC, sob, harpist tor tin* Emperor of Germany. Both <>t the ladies are highly commended in the South where t'net bare gieren many entertainments tickets ?m sale Ht M. M. Lewis' dine; store and bj members of the camp. Prices is, 25 am! -5c. READ THI'i. ?in to (?enther's for ?'heap band-made Harness. Baddies, Whips, etc. His gooehl are n'liable and his prices low. All ifiiods warranted ((?'pairing done promptly and low prices guaranteed. Siles ly-w CKSTUCK LOCAL MAURI (Corn-cie?! by Simon Ilirsh * Bro.) Wheat 88 to MU ; corn. Co to '.s. mea'i. -1 118 to 11.40 |ht Kit? pounds; oats, 00 to ">'< : fowls (live), 6 to7?turkeys (live), 7toB, (d-*eo*ed) 12 to ? Ldiii ks(li*J*e),8 to7:drt'KM?'?lchickenH, b to 11 per pound; lard, 10 to ll;eggs, 2"< to 26; batter, 15 to 20; Basas to 16; Irish potato?*-?. 7"i to -*1; early rose for seed, $1 Hi to si 80; is-ef. :i m B%\ veal.41?,*. pork, t,*, to?>--,. httealwratt), ,"i to ?i; hide* (dry), 7 to 8; hale?! hay, flO to -fl-'t |ht ton W'o??l?In washed, 18 to 17; washed, _'.'! te M. Iie?tf Sumac- 80 to 88 cents per hun? dred pounds. TIIK OSAIS MAIIKKTS. The (?rain tnarketa dom? yesterday as follows; Chicnii??? Wheat, Lei?. 7'',',; Mm corn, leb. Ci<?',; Muy, i'.J1'.; oats, Muy L'l',. New* Voik?S iiitiierii wheat, BrJ m '.'I. corn 68 to li'.t. M?.Limore-Southern whe-vt mi to 86; -.mitherii corn *'.T to (is ttichmond ?Wheat. 83 to 80, corn (ill to 71; oats t'i to ?!i \lexandr a?Wheat, 77 to 82; com, 87 to 68. Tombstones, Markers and Monuments To the good people of Frederick s Imiil' and adjacent counties wlio,:inticipate erecting a Tombstone, Marker or Monument to some deported loved one, we most respectfully ??tier our services. Our Granite, which is of dark blue color and susceptible of the linest polish, is quarried from the clifTs just above the city. We transport the Granite by boats to the city, where we manufacture it into various designs to suit the taste of those who patronize us We have just put up a Steam Crusher, and are prepared to furnish Crushed Ptone. By dealing with us your money is kept at home. Encourage home enterprise. CARTRIGHT& DAVIS. i Corn Sheller$! Corn Shcllersil Nos. 2, 3. 4, 5, 6 .?**. parate the corn from cob, and Not. 2 and 5 have shakers that clean the corn nicely for market. When in needol a good Com Sheller call in and see our Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, <>. CHANCELLOR & RAWLINGS, FARMERS' SUPPLY STORE. Commerce Btreet,.Fredericksburg, Va. GENUINE POTOMAC HERRING We have a few barrels Genuine Potomac Herring, 1901 catch, run ? if seine, that we are pleased to oiler while this small lot lasts' ai the ex? tremely low price of $4.00 per BARREL. These fish are :t bargain, bo order ? ?'in-k, ag ihey cannol last l"iig at l?>w price named, F O BOX! 64 HOW ABOUT YOUR ROOF ? BEsRI?Tj?V-RID will do it " Have vu the Tin .' Bernard has it. How about lion Roofing? Bernard lias it. How about Tar Paper,-! and 3 ply ? Bernard ha? it How about the price? Par Paper, per square, 100 feet, at 75c.; Tin, per square, LOO feet, $2.30, Oome to Bern ira for vour T^LiTJlWCBX 1ST Gr, ?^.i^-jj? SIX ) VES are Cheaper Than the Cheapest. All orden promptly tilled. We are not afraid of competition in pri< . WILLIAM BERNARD, 'mu? Main Btreet, Fredericksburg, Va. Oriental Patterns ? free-and-easy ilisreganl ?if classical stamlards which is in happy Usrmoaj Of the free abandon of the summer season. Chine?? and Japanese Mattinj-s, as seen through our sjiectacies, are frtsh as a summer breeze and new as the sparks from the anvil. Being woven from American grasses, these ??foods are aa durable as they are pleasing to the eye. Five thousand yards of fine Japanese and Chinese Mattings just received. All Mattings laid on your Boot. See our line of Carriages and Go-Cart Sleepers. We have secured the agency for several lines, and ?an give von factory prices, The W. A. BELL&BRO. Furniture, Carpet an<! China House, of Fredericksbnrg, Va. 33. IRSHS tre taking li.v.'iit.irv and in the midst of it have s.iine ,-M-eptio.ial l'argain-* that will pay y.iu t.i go at ?nice ?nrl siamiae Fur-that sold for $2 00 now 98*. .Furs that sol?) fron. $2 50 to $4 50 now $1.98. Only a few and mu,( |H. -dosed out I-??li?*? and Children's (hiaks have BSSB re?iiii*e<l to one-hall their f.irmer pri.e, very few on hand Ores? (ioo.ls and Millinery re?!uetioiiH that will make you buy. Our India Linen? for the Spring .ire here and speelaJ l-ri'-es t?. earlv purchasers. <>ur Winter (.o?.,)? that BTC M han?! must be <-loHe?l. ho ?MM and ask ?unir.".',. ?omn ******* ISAAC HI R S H dB SON 19. an -Pot your money and your trust in a QENUINF, OLIVER PLOW. You will not Ik* disappoint?*?!. \ I-'-MT-Pri?e? of ( ?liver Casting are much reduced for the coming season. FAILMKIW?You will-enim-iniiney by lining only the Genuine ami l'eut Repairs on your Plows. CALL OH WhTTi. TO DECKER &, ALRICH. Frederickeburg, Va >jrt?*~~ Di ti St?? -YOL CAN BE Absolutely Cured, ami in a rE'W DAY3. S-,,,1 Htiuiip for new pocket pamphlet. TheCariswell Institute, 2.125 Caito? Ave.. BALTIMORE, - - - ML emus. Mue. laianQ. La Gimoe ?s Bad cons -^"'?VCUStD BV-sf^*--???. BLANEY'8 AGUE PILL8, (?ISO LIQUID ) PRICE 28? SOLD EVERYWHERE, a F. M. BLANC Y. lAlTO. BID. | Odd Pieces TIN SETS 10C. 50 Hassocks At Less Than Cost, 19c. Each. Very tine imported Busts and Figures at Half Price. Odd Fiece? of Tin Seta for ioc. Thousands of articles on our 5 and inc. counts? worth double the money. A great clearing sale. Additions daily to our bargain counters. See the best Felt Mat? tress in the world at factory prices. E. C. NINDE J Furniture and Carpet House. 5-redericksburg, Va.