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-. sa ri !;i)\,.*????? Kiitir- : , - Ali a-oatui Slllilllll ' ? I r?-?l?'ri, i?. ?r%i % AT ONCE! IS TO 20 n MOULDERS, SEVERAL A No l MACHINISTS, si:\ ERAL \ SO. 1 WOOD- QHKEi FREDERll K TESTED TRIED AHJ ? lui sel t i. i MUTUA ?FE, ni New York, todai l . -i liisurance- Contract on We Guaran tee the i.irirt'>*t return lor y ROWLKTT A G tOLRICK, Fred? ?a. Good IntenTio ? ill not proi id' imily it h?-n rou a: ti ....... t: I yiir .if- some t ii I ? 1111 i : ? ?_: il h It lar-I?. I nniorroe*! mai I?' t sure to ?*??; the rij-bt I' right Com; ?' *?* '. < ? I pi ft !a u tv* tsiE(?iWi?T?E.AI., R. E. WHITE, Dial As*t., D.irt"ti Building. FrederiekBburjr. Va ...To the... Farmers \ny Furnier i,i this section who de , ,? T1 - f I ivemi in Fn-derii-ksl: i--- eomiogean. iiiu? season at $7.00 Per Ton will kindly leave bbnamcai THE M. , ?RorJOURNAL and we will call "ii hint sin our plan Roberts Bros BALTIMORE, Ml). 'S Hsviag qu ili! miniatrator, with tbe will annexed, on the Ol ?he late 8. WILLIS HOWAR1 parties having claims aK'"t's'- tl estate are hereby notified to ? ? ime, dul) proven, to me for set? tlement, ami all parties indented to dd estate will please cot: wsrdsnd settle their indebtedm \\ M. 1) CARIER. fei w4w Adtniniatrstor, c. t. a i8 Net ?nv Tm n? Newport iN ws, Va. The Great Atlantic Smport ' In.nun srorkmen rejrularlv employed 9100,000 WEEK LI pay rolls. L-oellent corner Lot, with two detach-*-?! Huttdins-a, containing Store ami 20 Li lim; Rooms, bringing $30 i??t month Kent Can he bought ri--lit now for only 'ii. if nil ?-ash is paid. 7h\'*s ami I n?i:reim ?- are paiil up until Neat Full, Owner pressed ior ?ash S-i-uii' thisat one?' \V ?r.'.'phmie or Write, Sommerville &, Co., Newport \t".vs, \ a. l!?-l.-r?-ii?-?-. CKj" Bank Newport News RojraJ ' Va I National Hank FOR RENT! 1 hat tiKisit desirable piees of property, formerly e?seopsed by Mrs. If. Vf. Hern iluii Hot and ?*ohi wnier throughout. and bath. Will be thoroughly repaired to soil tenant Fut-full parti ularsapply to 11 S Hermloii. Pin tenaoutb. Vn .or A. It P.ottw. Sr , Frederii'kHbur'j. Vu REV. DR. DILL IS POINDED. Large tiatherlnj* of His People Take Him Unawares. The llaptists of the city irme Dr an?! Mrs Dill a surprise pounding on Thurs? day n'n-ht The I'iistur had no intima? tion <>f m hut waa coming and wat? taken entirely by surprise. There was quite a lar***e out ponrin-r of nu'tiilH'rs of the congr?gation, who ?rere armed with bundles of all si.ri? Btsidea ??very variety of j-oo?! tbii ga for the lar. ?1er there were many household articles, useful ird ornamental. Dr Dill'ii;i<b'a s)i?'e?-h e\pp ssiiiir high appreciation of this new token of Ibe love? of his pSOph). The house ?h* then put nt the* ?iisposa! of the visitors, and a pleas .?ut social time foil" Cl RRFNT COMMENTS. ICKSBURQ tRDVKII :iREl) llt-rtt ftNDTHERI l\ III FREE LANCE REPORTERS. Mr i; B aid all Waahin Mr Ge-orge Freemao !r. was in P. m ou? I Ihursday Mr. 1. C, Davenport, "i I. i tbe ?-it v Tin - l?ales i?? the guest of ,\ M i } Clill m Stafford Mr ami Mrs. \. Katulolph HoWl s's'iil Wednesday in Washington. er i armicbael has lined from an extend?*?) visit t<> irii-i in ' unilierlnml V \L*. Llndaevj tl. B h, who 1ms U ?*?? ill at his hoim on Stafford Heights Bench Improved. Von can save money in buying t goods "i al! kinds, blank? Is nntlerw ,' E. I. Baker'a. WANTED- \ neat house girl, from to ?J.*. years of age. Addi*'-*. HouSel* ?are ?if 'I'm. I'm ; l.w Servi<-e>a will be conducted at the p, p's'e Mission all during this week,and I and 7 p m Sunday. Mrs 11 wens, the wife of Rev, VI 11 wens, ?>t K iiiLj George. who has in en ? '.era! days, is improving Mrs .liilin Belle Ifarriot, ol Baltiiuo ?a the guest ol tbe family of Mr Vf i ?ckten, at "Belmont," near Palraoutti Tbe celebratiou of the Literary Socie of the College, whi *h was '" h , ? 'is; uight,has been postponed uu tonight *i ?m should have a nond i'l ??.--elf The Davis Photograph '?i ?a prepared t?> make any style y? Miss Ll,-am>r Met im-ken and brothe 8 Natal ladet .lohn .1. Met'racks went to Washington to eee "lien llnr - Mrs. John Steams, ol New "i, is been the gneet eif Mr and Mrs. Walte ? Steams, at " I ederal Hill,"ou Hanov? sir?-et. has returned home Mr. D T Lipseomb. who has beau m der treatment at tbe Virginia li' his brothel Mr. Vf. E ! ? ity. Mr. .lohn Bryant and Mine I !? .vi ??>? m urieti by Re* tiec.it,, RoutchVan ** Prevailii s di be tbe sut .'et of \>t Dill's sermon next Sun lav rhefollowing Sunday he v\ill pre expository s, rm-'ii on "The Lord'? Prayer.'' Mr. Geo E. Ficklen, ol Sewpeirl ni' w Gehee, "f Orangi county, w.T" rim red m ,, lu's lay at tin horneo! Mr M W McGh.-e.b*. Bei Patton A telegTaui was ree-eiveelhereyeeterday anaom Mr Oe-o t Bradley, ol ? itber ol the lot ? .!. II. :>t tlis ?'i.v Th- FisderieUsburg Eibrar.v \ ti-m a ill eel .i An week aftei liai entertainment Look out ? i ready. Mrs John T. Goolrick, as Bea I.*-**? is Chapter, is at? tending tbe National Congre-se D \ I?. in Was'.in -ton. nnd is the ?-nest of Mr. t' s .h,,.. Vf. Daniel . ? in Jones' ad. in this - have beca great this the best things an* still lcf? If you have not been able to a*et 111 s,-r\ >? you ran riflce s ?le i his week are : . ?', lii-en able t O give everj body the ? n we would like, some weconld not wait in at nil. Come again, the aale - ? r lay night at 11 ii'eliM-k. i Vf. .1 You will always Uml at Hall's drug? store a complete st"-k of Drugs, I hemi [*oilel Soaps, Heir Brushes.Combs, Tooth Brushes.etc . and at prices to suit ?i '? Pr v ripl ioni Ity. \genc** (or Ha rated BpeCtaC*?*S Mr .lohn Hastings Cutter, ol New York.who is prominently connected with tbe American Cotton ('<>. <>f that city, wiUspend Washington'? birthday with his mother and sister here, returning lay Mr Joseph M Goldsmith has returned home from Warsaw. He had to come altimore. He took the steamer at Wei I ford's Wharf, nearly the whole ?u* which has been carried away by ice, sad had i:r?'Mt difficult? in trettini/ on board.I Mr J. J PulHam,ofSpotaylvaola,waa in the city Thursday. He has been n subscriber to Thb Pass LaNcc siace its foundation oo .Ian _'7. ISS?, ao he expects to take it as loni*: as he lives. lb- brought a load of wheat here, which he sold for SSe per bushel. Mr and Mrs A Lo"wenso;i ?nul their siv children will li'fiti' here today (Sat? urday) for New York, where they will take the steamer "KrOWB Press W'il heim," which brought Prince Henry of Germany to this country, and ir?> to Bremen, thence t" Switserfaad and from there to Auatro-Hongary, tbev former home, to s|i?'nd sis uoaths with their relatives The** will re'uru the later part of .July To Vote on Subscription to Kappahannock And Frederkksburg Railroad. A p?tition vvas presented to .Lidy-e Dudley on Monday lust, signed by the requisite number o? free-holders pray lag for an election to determine whether this county will subscribe |50.000 to the capital stock of the Frelerii-ksburg and liajip ihannock Railway Company or not This is the proposed Electrie R. R. which has already been surveyed be l ween this place and Fredericksburir An order hns been entered directing Sheriff Miller to have the polls Opened On Thurs? day. April :id.?Blue Ridge (Rappahaa iio-k) Gui?le. Mr. A. M. Ureen Paralyzed. A t'-legram was receive<l here Wednes? day from Oklahoma stating thai Mr. Alex* ander M Green a brother of the b*?te J. L Green, of this city, had been stricken with paralysis ami was in a very critical condition. He has a host i( friends here, bis former home, who will regret ' "f his condition i. Proposed Telephone Line In Stafford. A meeting will Is* held at Jaooba' store in Stafford, on Thursday l'eb I'Tth, to take into consideration the building of a telephone lin?* ironi Davis' store in that county, to I'retlerieksburg. A SAI) AM AIR. i?. ' sa i Bcaaaclasj at His Hem? Here Mo Cat'- tel. Mr Liu. st Du Mr .1 I) K.. in bis right tempi with a revol pr Istr Wednesday evening, and now lies ai his home on Main si re ci in an usroi condition, and hifl recoverj is rxe-eeelinglj doubtful The young man is about -'" ?Fears old, ami the witiieasesof the sad affair were his stepmother and two little children Mrs Ray says she and youug Hay. with the two little children, were in the room teigvtber, sic being engaged In sewing, tned (juite nervous, and got up and brushed his hair several times. Turning to her he said ( an I clean inv pistol ?" She replied: "Yes, if il is not loaded.'' He gol the weapon (rom n ?irawer near by tool it apart, thorough?* eleimed it put ? ther again and placed ii In his pocket, llethenweul into th?'bath room and remained a ten minutes II? turning he aal lown in an armchair. Mrs I!,iy was then arouaed by th" re? mark: "Good-bye, tnnte." At the same time sic was atartleel by the report ol the pistol, ("nickly turning she sas him fall back In his chair with blood atraam ingfrom hia templeaadtherevolverlying on the Moor, w he ie il had fa lien On seeing that he was badly wounded Mrs Pay telephoned her husband, who | was at his place of business, and in a j short time Drs. Doggett. Cbewning and I Tompkina were at the bouse ami made an xamlnntion The young man was unconscious, the ball 11 j ? \ i 11 ii cnicred'his right tempi,'and, passing nearly through nil, taken a downs ar,l court i thai ?t could not ne t*xtr*l Young Pay had been at heime for two d.-i.t s, -s!t??i i Ii ? and nu cans in- the itrl. rill NATtONAI BATTLEPfELDS I'U'k. Delegation Visits tin- President and Appears before Mouse Connniiiee in Its Behalf. \ delegation "i the Fredericksborgaad Di Memorial National I'attlclitlds Park issociation, eonsistina ol Mr St R. Fitshugb, Maj. T E. Morris. lion II I . < rismond and (apt s ,1 went to Washington Thuradaj to appear before the Military Committee ol tin II ,,|.\ ol the bill for o|ientng the pur- uj tbe government. gat ion v 1 at t be Ebbitt i,\ lieu. Horatio ( King. Gen. - el) lluggh's. Gen r L. Losser and 1 ? en l'iirranee. Comma in 1er-i n-t hie! of the Grand Army ol the Republic. Their tirsi - to the President, who cordially recited the dele. and expressed himself as approving tbe scheme of turning all the great battle thseonatry into national parks, w h?-r, m numeuts might tie erected and commemorating the valor ol tbe .mpricau soldiei ,f the uniform he won At _'.'," o'clock fhe d?l?gations ap I ?. i r? ? i belore the Sub Committee of the Monuments, etc . ol which Mr. Parker, ol New Jersey, te chair? man I he delegation was warmly r>- ! s'il h greal considera tfter a i, - in plrmssnt conversation tbe chairman announced that the committee was ready io hear m lernen and that all the time de sired should Is- given them. By this time ? n was joined i,y Congress man Jones and Hay, "i Virginia, Gen Dudley, ol ludiana, Hen. Allen, ol Vir? ginia, and otii.rs. The speakers were Hen King. Mr FUshugh, (?en Rosser, Gen. Torrancs, Maj Morris aad Gen Dudley. The addresses were line aad convint inir, and made a deep impression. After nearly two hours s*?-nt in the com. mittee room tbe rtetegation retired, aad th>- co, n mitt --i' tivd next Thursday as the time for considering tbe report of the committee There >??> ins to be no rjues tion ol a la* <n by tbe com arv Papero! The Christian Denomi? nation. The committees chosen from th?? along tbe Atlantic coast last fall to start B paper devoteI especially to '.he mis sionarj interests of the ( hristlan church, in. that section met in joint session in Washington Wednesday. The members of the Virginia Committee in attemdance wer?' Rev P \. (ai?' ol Richmond, and Mr. It. II. Mel alley ol ihis.-ity. After the matter had been fully discussed and propositions considered it was decided to merge the Pulpit Herald, now pub? lished at McKe-sport. Pa., into a new paper, with Re* B. A. Abbott, ol Balti? more, a Virginian, as editor in chi?*f. A Poard of Director.-, conateting of tSfl memliera distributed from North Caro? lina to New York, w iscboasaol which Mr. MeCalley, of this city. Is secretary. Rara P. A. ( ave and Carey E. Morgan, Of Richmond, are the other Virginia members of the board Rev Dr. I' D Power, who marrie?! a Erederieksburg lady, is also a member. This board will nicei in Washington March tth, and adopt the'iiaine ofthe'paper and arrauge details for its publication, which will be? gin about April 1st. The Afnmoas' Case Nolle Prosequied. The ens?- ol C T. Animons,?i[ Richmond, charged with obtaining about lour hun? dred dollars worth of pickle from W'al lace and Moiicnre o? l'alinoiitli. under false pretences, was nolle proesquted in taftord County Court Wednesday, am! Mr Animons and his bondsmen ?lis eharged. This case axdbsd unusual in? terest, it having been tried several months ago and Ammooa giren on?- year in the penitentiary by the jury, which verdict was set aside by Judge Upseomb, of Prince William, who presided in the cas?, For Over Sixty Tsars. Mrs W'insbiw's Soothing Syrup has been used for over sixty years by millions of m others for their , hildren while teeth? ing, with [H-rfect success. It soothes the eliiltl, softens the gums, allays nil pains, eure- wind colic, and is the U'st remedy for Diarrh?e?,. It will relieve the poor lit! I?' sufferer immediately. Sold by Draggista in every part of the world*. Twenty-live cents ii bottle. Pe sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Southing Syrup," and take noothtr. The Weather. Yesterday was one of the worst days of the winter. Rain tell and froze us it fell aad the Streets were like glass. Pe? destrians had great difficulty ingettinn aloug. The sidewalks wen- abiindtined lor the middle of the streets. New Advertisers. In our i-.oli>uin.s to ?lay read the ads of Dr. Sanche s Oxydonor Co., Baltimore. Md.; Ilniiu'h i Sons' Co., fertilu-rs. Haiti more, Md.; Rolierts Pros, cnnners. Balti? more, Md : Dr M A L'ese. manufactur? ing onticinu. Washington, D I . Ti COTO, WM & GARNEH NATIONAL BANK, FKEDERIOK?BUROi, VA Deposits Solicited, Negotiable Papeb Discounted All Correspondence Promptly Answered iu sealed Envelopes ??i.vidporae Lithographed Check Books presented to each Customer Merchants' Business Cards placed on their Checks. ? /INK OPEN FROM 9 A. ft* TO 5 P M THH FARMERS' INSTITUTE. IT WAS i 1)1' ?DID SUCCESS IN \ITI -Ii Wl) IMi IEST. ?',??-- i ! i.,1,1 e cr.if ? i.ihalili I cas" in I ni .i Ihij.1- Casserj Here. 1 in* 1 arm? re' Institute court bouse here Thursulaj the aiis|ilces i,| I he BlIailietM \li-n ?< | il ion, ,w as i, ?h oiiiiiim-eil aiil' cess. I nder more (a vor able Weather conditions the aii, , prolialih have been larger, buteteu un? der the rircumetancefl there wen- at one time during tbe morning session, nearlj ?hN) substantial farmers present, mainlji ironi the counties of 8potsylvania, st.o ford, Caroline and Kiog George, anda i, m Iromseveral other counties. Scierai hides, who are iuter?'ste?l|in farming; ai fairs, trere present s portion "f the day The ice lilockiule III t ht'*Ra|i|iillia liliocl,. I v. hi'-h has prevented navigation for sev- I eral ?"Is. no doubt kept man?, ol our ? ? I,, ? n the river Irtenda aa aj ' ?lr llrnrv Warden, president ol the hiisinee-s Men's Aaseie-iation, called the as*, lublags to order about 11 o'clock,and tut i odii -,il l'rol Vf I Massey, ol the ig ricult ural t'olteg***, ol North (anilina (Vini bad I??*'*!) selected as t he speaker for th?- oc-aaiou l'rol Masaey a subject waa a i road and important one, "The Improvement ol tbe soil It iras a sob ?eel in which general interest was felt ami tin* speaker had a ?cry attentive audience lie advocated the growing ol the legumiuous crops ol which there is a j real \ arid i . inch as the cow pea. say beans, tbe clover ami vetcber. The* make |oi*ege ol decide,I e\c. Ilclice and > ii -id lara*ely. He stated that, unlike the grasses, these BBgumee improve thesnil on which they grow bjf gatberfsg nitro gen tbe most roatlj elemi nt In fertilisers from i le atmosphere.ami aa better way of recuperating worn ?mi soils is known than ih?' growing ol leguminous crops, teeding them judiciously to stock and re? turning carefully the manure to the soil In the iilisi-ne?- ??I stick to consume this class of food, be adviaed plowing it un der after maturity, bu1 iuaisted ibat farming could not be carried on profita* lily without stock (?. convert feed Into the greatest ?if all fertilisers, inaaore lie also gave some good adrice about na Ing commercial fertilisers, adviafag k< t tine the costly nitrogen through the li-gurain and buying the mineral elements, the phosphoric acid.? and potash, thus getting al loa <'"-t acoinptete tertlliaer, the two latter costing verj little com par?-?! 'with the former, which be said every progressive farmer must produce himself, lie also gave an interesting talk ob rotation of crops and replied to a numlter ol flueetiona both written ami oral Prof Maassey is an authority oa th? subject chown for his address, a- be i? on many other agri<-ultnral questions He invited the farmers to propound a? many questioBs as they ?1* hi red, and in ? very instance gave Hear and satisfactory answers During the afternoon session, Mr (has I Slcnirle.of Tin: I i:i i l.ivi.. made a statement in reference lot he prob? at,!?? eatabltehmeal here ?il a large can binif factory. If certain conditions in ret ? to the raising ol teimatoes in lanes quantittea could Im- complied with. He in'todueisl Mr W VI Roberta of the tirm of Rotierts Ilms, of Baltimore, w Im are puckers ol fruits and regatantes on as evteiiHive erste. Mr Roberts atat ?'?I that his linn would erect and operate a large plant in this city if the farmers would contract t?? grow the necessary quantity of tomatoes to supply thecaa ncr.l . Il'- explained the nature ol the contracts and answered all quesrtlons Baked. Many of the farmers ?ii'iiml much int> rct-d and c\ pressed a willing BBSS I" cultivate the tomato? s in large quantittefl t'apt Ml', l-lowe offered tbe following resolut Ion which was adopte I l'e-o|ved. That we a|>prove ol the movement tlmt hsabses proposed, ha\ ing in ? -??'ii t h? ?estnlilishment of aeansing factory in r>ed? rteksburg iaad ?-sure t ?? loceptors of tbe movement ol mir hearty support of any fair proposition that may Is' offered us. and will Is- glad to tali- with Mr. I'.olicrts in person about the planting of tomatoes. He believe that We can r,iise m good tomatoes in ihis section asean Is' raised anywhere. Mr Roberta was much etn-onraged and Will prepare contracts to Is- submitted to the farmers for their con*i?leration. The Institutejailjouriied late in the after? noon and the farmers left lor their homes while the hail was falling und forming SPOTSYLVANIA. Sunday School Officers Fleeted The Ladle?' Aid Society of Matsaponax Aad its Work-Other Notes. i orrefpondeiice of Till I'm I Li Massa pon a*, Va.. I'eb l'.i, 1902. Mr. Win Oreen, of the county, con? tinues ?luit?* eiek. Messrs. John and Lurry Oreen, who have been on ashort visit to ttn-ir father, have returned to their homes in Wash I ins-ton. Mr. WillieTowtes, ol Richmond, is <>n a visit to his nioth?T in the county. There was preaching at Maasaponax church last Sunday by the pastor Rev. Deestor Edwsraa The following ollicersof the Sunday School wcreelected; Sujierintemlent. (.?-o W I lark; assistant superintendent. Morir?n (lark; secretan, I (' II. (ropp; librarian,. I. Thus, ('?.lem?n. Mrs J. W. iSurke is improving. Masfr Karl Ulanilhas retiirne?! to his home in Richmond, after a pleasant visit t?) relatives in the county. We are glad to learn that (apt John Smith is very much improved. The Lailies' Aid Society held a misting at the residence of Mrs. C. J. Williams Wednesday evening, Leb l'.lth, at 'i o'clock. Mrs. Wiilianis tendered her n-signation as president Mrs .1. Mc ('alia Boulwara, vice-president, will hold the ollice until the regular meeting for the election of ollieers which takes place May loth, which is tbe 6th anniversary of this society. During the past year the la?liesiiave to the repairing of the roof of the church I7?J 00, and tlO.OOfor a present to their pastor. They still have in tbe treasury foO.OO. Those pnaaot were: Mrs J. Mil'alla Bout ware. Miss AhV? Burke. Mrs. L R. Colbert, Mrs. S W. (Tnrk. Mrs Tims (?ileman, Mrs. (?eo. (lark. Mrs Jas. Wilson. Mrs ('..!. Wil? liams, Mr J McCsfJa Boni warp. Mr. ('. J. Williams. Stops ths Cough and works off the Cold I?axative Bromo i'uiniue Tablets cure a cold in one day. No Cure, no Day Brie** 2.? cents. an !? Se?s3ns Are HllKeTa He it nil timi s High-Grade CANNED and POTTED Goods, which win- put up ?he-i fresh with the g:, t'om the ;" - i ected quahl). bandied a ith I and bermeti? all*) , ilu-ir In -diii'. ss and Ik Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, Peaches, Pears, Olives, and mu? My PRICES ARf THfc. LOWEST, II RING V.\ I i You; Traii?: Soliciied. ill gU i i Iced in evil y peel "i your money it-tut lied W. L. BUR RUSS Groceries and Feed. ABROMO ?? ? LAXINE J ? * <t? LaGrippe, $ J Neuralgia, u Coughs, u $ Colds and + 5 Headache. ? 3 * Lewis* Drug Sim. /ZERO\ A FREEZE-OUT FOR MEN y.i stei FREEZE-OUT 7.1 IK) FREEZE-OUT Zi.ao rRFEZE-OUT s,i|,rrior Gelatin* Cap?"!**? f-,i I'rlvat? Dl-waaeaof M?-ii A new!? ,ll~'?,vf rr.\ m*?li ?1,1?; no bad ?tl-rw ui-'ii - an,l a-stek rSSBXaVOt l '?I urlnsrT dlarbsriir. I? ???? tli?. jr. Zl.HO I ? . ? Inflammation. FREEZE-OUT aad lrriuiloo? ?MO.v.i, /ran ?R?tZE-OUl Zl.KO FREEZE-OUT tlaaranlsad to nm ,,r ?mir inonsj 'Us trial i.n.l i* -sMTtacsd, rill i KOMBtMiULARparlsM lfi?,i sold by j ' ? ill t? mailed in | mm wraj? "?r. Mooay by Itutai ?in ?- m.-?r? /I l'<> CHEMICAL CO. 1?iT Park are*.. Huit?n,..r.-. M,l . Wholl-asjs n,i,l 'Mull |i"i',,t \,|?i,,' ami Treatment Men i.? tbr Company's I'd. Call "r n rite. Tue IMicai Profession ana me Piioiic ? "i'liiilly invited to call at my office hip! inspect my method nisiicccysiiillvtreat ing CONSUMPTION and kindred dis'*. F. E. FOOKS, M. D., 1517 B. l'altiuiore St , llnltimore, lfd. Oilice Hours?1(1 a. ni. to J p. ni., 7 to 0 p. m ; Sundays, 1 to l P ni only. ?? LOCAL .M ARKTIS. (Correet?-?! liy Simon Hirsh A Hro.) Wheat. 85 to 88 ; corn, 85 to 68; im-?il. 11.86 to tfl.-Ki per 100 poumls; OStS, 50 to 58; fowls (live), <i to 7; turkeys (live), 7 to M. (dress, to 1 l.diicks'.live'.t'i to 7 dress?''! chickens, ii to 11 per pound* lard lit to ll;ef*gs, .'I to 26; butter, IS to 20; hams. 12 to 18; Irish potatoes, 78 to 81: early rase for seed, il in to $1.80: Is-ef. 8 to al, l1?,: pork, (I1, to?;*-,; h ides (green). "> to 6; hides (dr/), 7 to 6; baled hay. ?fio to?ia per Um Wool?I,tin-ashed, 16 to 17; washed, 28 fa 24. Ive.if ?Sumac?(Hi to 68 cents per BBS* dn-il pounds. Death of VY. C. Coleman. Mr. V?. C.CoteSBBB. formerly of this city, nml a iiieml"'!* of Miniry Cump. ?lied at his Imme in Richmond, .wstenlay morn? ing, aged I! I years. He leaves a wife and several children He was a gallant Con fisl-rnte soldier and served through the war hi Co. K, 80th Va Regiment. It is Bot known where he will be Imried. lie w;is a native of Cnroline county. When you want a physic that is mild land gentle, ensy to take find pleasant , in. effect use f'hamiM'rlniu'a Stomnch ami Liver Tablets. I'rice, _'.'? eents Sample ?free. Kvrv DOS gunranteed. ''or sale t,> M M Lewis. Corn ShellerS! Corn Shellers!! Nos. 2, 3. 4, 5, 6 8< [?irait- !!;-? '"ii from ?? b, and Nos. 2 and 5 bavt? ?linkers that clean the corn nicely for in irket When m ? ; Corn Bheller call in and CHANCELLOR &' RAWLI1TGS, Fa.<M?RS* supply store. Commerce Street, .... ?... - Frederickeburg. Va. GENUINE POTOMAC HERRING. We have a few harrels Genuine Potomac Herring, 1901 catch, ru?.? ?if Reine, that w<* are pleated to offer while this small lotlasis at the ex? tremely low price of $4.00 per BARREL. Tbeee fish are ? bargain, so order < *.uietc, as they ran not last long at low price named. F O BOX 64 HOW ABOUT YOUR ROOF ? BERN-AsiRD will d" it ' I luve you the Tin '.' Bernard has it. J low about Iron Roofing ? Bernard has it. How about Tar Paper, '1 an?! 3 ply ? Bernard has it. How about the price? Tar Paper, per iqnare, 100 feet, ?it 7<5c.; fin, per square, 100 feet, $2.30. Come to Bernard for your FLXJ]N/CBI3>Ja-5 -A.2ST1D STOVES areCheaperThantheCheapest. All orders promptly filled. We are not afraid of competition in prices. WILLIAM BERNARD, 900 Main Street Fredericksburg, Va. NEW SPRING GOODS. Vft bare paabe i oat asd assele m ?ut ni nur VN int?r < 'onris t?i make room for nur new Spring l'nrehaaes. auch tu Fer cals. Malras. French 'iinjrhams l'l.iin aad Mun-eri/. *<I Clianilirays. L?in?-Cloths, imlia Linens, Persian Lawns, Piquea \ler.-erii-eil stri|*el, dotted anil plain white l-app't?. Cuinlirie, ?Nansook aud Swiss l'ilgiiign, Insertions, Beadings sod UaUooB Trimmings, llsr Lace line is the asoal e ites-sire erar showa in this ?ity. consisting <?f Valenciennes, Appliqua, Lsciiriul. (?all?i??ns, \rali Venice, also Hands, Insertions ami all-overs in White, Cream ami Arabian shades Ladles who have had trouliU- with Itl.ick Taffeta Niks, we have a BLACK TAFFETA SILK. In width from 1 *.? to Hfl iiwlieee that we personally guarantee an?l will replae* all of Ladles' Cloth Skins f.ir Spring. Yours Re*|ie<-tfully, ISAAC HIRSH <& SON In width innn 1 '.' to t'l inches that we personally guarantee and will replace all that is not as represented. A new liae ol La,li?'s' Cloth Skins for Spring. Yours lies-s-ctfully, ???-?-sAtc^ Felt Mattresses. l'.i i-.iveil ti? ?lay from fartory a large lot of Felt Mattr?'8?*e?, which they tent m to run at 20 j**r cent. Isas than Molar factory prices. |12 60 Fih Mattress, sale price, *H;|10 Pelt Mattm?, sale price ii: -f? Ml I'clt Mattress, sale prii-e f."i; $0 Pelt Mattress, sale price fl; * 1 Pelt Pillows,sale prii*e 60" each HAIR MATTRESS SALE. If vin want a Mattress that will positively not pack or slide, we Bay to you: Buy a Hair Mattress flO Hair Mattress, sate price f 7"i(); $H Hair Mattress, sale price ft?. The W. A. BELL & BRO. Furniture, Carpet and China House, Frederickaburg, Va. Field Seeds For Spring, including Choice Western Clover, Timothy Bead, 0;chard Grass Heed, Red Top or Herds' Grass. All first class, at lowest market price. Samples sent by mail. Call or write to DECKER & ALRICH, Fredericksburg, Va. Do tl Slllf i -YOl CAN BK Absolutely Cured, and in a "FIST**?" DATS. Sem stamp for new pocket pamphlet. The Gar?we?l Institute, 3836 Callow Ave., BALTIMORK, - - - Mil. A B Bot ts & Co. PIHR HPK and 1CC1DK1T IRUH AfiCK A6BXTS? OffsSB : 'H 2 ('??nimerce Street. lit-pr?sents sixteen Hrst-claaa rompa i nies. Ratee low as thelowest.and lossea ! promptly adjusted and paid. Tombstones, Markersand Monuments To the good people of Fredericksbur*' and adjacent counties who.anticipate erecting a Tombstone, Marker or Monument to pome departed loved one, we most respectfully offer 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 Ptone By dealing with ufi your money is kept at home. Encourage home enterprise. CARTRIGHT& DAVIS. BOWLS, 2C! Two Thousand Bowls to close out. A lot of Odd Colored Bowls, PRICES FROM 2 TO 50c. -BOMI VKRY FINK Imported Salad Bowls. They sold for $1, now 50c. First huyera get the choice. Bee the great window diiplay. Two more bales of those Fine Mattresses at Factory Prices. E. C. NINDE Furniture and Carpt House, Prederlcksbur,. Vs.