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Devoted t.? the Agricultural, Cornmerclat ond flanufacturlng Interests of Frederickshur*. and the Tidewater and Piedmom Lnuntn ??-,-???-r-**---rr-= Vol. 17 No 27 Fredericksburg, Va., Saturday. March 29, 1902 ' Price, 3 Cents ADACTAD WHO WAS BEFRIENDED rMD I \Jr\ BY AN EMPEROR SAVED BY PE-RU-NA. Rev. H. Stubenvoll, of Klkhorn. Wis.. is pastor of the E iBfeUeal Lutheran St. John's Chnrehof that pla?-e. Kev. Htenbenvoll is the p??-. ?nmf two billies presented to hin by Emperor Wiiliam of ????rinany. l*jx?n t). flyleaf of the bible? Hie Kmp-r?.?r ha* written in hi* <>? -i bsndwritlng a ti This honored pastor in a reeent letter i Ucins i , of Coluin'?ti?, - etQa?cerniag their fanions catarrh remedy, IVruna: The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, 0.: Qentletnen: ?</ had hemorrhages of the lungs for a long time, and all despaired of me. I took Peruna and was cured. It gave me strength and courage, and made healthy, pure blood. It Increased my weight, gave me a healthy color, and I feel well. It Is the best medicine In the world. If everyone kept Peruna in the house It would save many from death every year. " Yours very trulv, REV. H. STUBENVOLL. Thou*ands of people have catarrh who would be surprint*.! to know it, It has kx?n ?-ailed some other name than catarrh. The fact is, catarrh Is catarrh wherever located; aud ?not 1er fa?-t which il of equally great importance, is that Peruna carea catarrh wherever located. Catarrh ia an American disease. Fully ons-half of the people ars afflicted more or less with it in som? form. Previous to the discovery mt Parana, catarrh was ?ansiUer?*ii well nigh lacorable. Since the introduction of Peruna to the medical profession thousand* of ciwea ?re cured annnallj. | Mr. \V. I). Smith, a well-known | of Port H uron, Mi"h., writws : -By fallowing y??ur instructions and f taking Peruna and Manalin I am eared ? of catarrh. I had catarrh for twelva - ?ml quite a bad cough s?i I could aot sleep nighta. I do not tiara apr cough now. and if I feel anything in the j throat I take s swallow of Peruna and I I am alright."?W. D. Smith. Suffarait Fifteen Veara. C. F. Gerding. Mliburu. Neb., writeat "1 contracted a heavy Cold atx?ut tlfu-en years ago and tried all kinds of patent medicines and drugs n mended f?-r a cold or beavy eongli, but found none to help me until I com uieneed using Peruna. My hl-?- i* ?event-eight year??, and I am better now ihau I hare Ih?-h f??r jrears. 1 still ke,.p u?.ing \ nur gri-;it medicine, und am ? till improving in health. I r.-.-iiuini-nd it to all sulTercri?) With cough? iin?l eolds." ?0. F. tlerdlng. 1'i-iiiM. Tlia lirrateat K. ip..?lv kinmi I i.r ? atarrh. Mr. ilia-. R. Steven*, 87 S.Miit.? nth Street, Detroit, Mleh-wriUs: ?? it affords me great pleasure to testlfj to the merits of Peruna a? a remedy for catarrh. I suffered f'?r sometime with chronic nasal catarrh, but after five months' treatment during which time I assd ?even bottles Of Peruna 1 am pleased to say that I um entirely well, then being n??t the ?1 i (.liten t trace of Ihe catarrh left. Peruna i? without donbt the gl remedy known for catarrh." Chas. II. ? *. ABI? ted Kin?,- ( 1.11.11..?.<l With <atarr?_ Mr. Elbert S. EUehards, Milton, C.nn., writer: "I am near sixty-eight years of age, and h;i\a from efcUdhood been hllieted with catarrh i_ the head, ami, f??r the pest finir?.r Bra years ix*eii much afflicted ???. ith it in my e\?s; they being watery,would materata a i;???kI deal, and stick tog in the night. My condition ? ;?? *o fully deeerltbedInyoar.almaaaothai I ?ii.nl.-d to try Peruna. " I am thankful to aay that I now con? sider mysalf entirely frin.- from catarrh, aud only uae IV run a ?occasionally n??w as a toute. Accept my sincere thanks for your personal Interest in my rase. ?? My son, '_'l year? of at,'?'. hai u?ing Paruua for a number of weeks fat catarrh in th?- head and ha? obtained great relief."?Elbert S. Richards. ?'?tarrh Thirty Tears. Mr. Andrew Barrett, <M<? N. Kidzle A v.-., Chicago, 111., writes: " It gives me grest pleasure to testify to the merits of such a worthy remedy for catarrh as your Peruna. I had suffered for thirty years from thin v?-ry disagreeable diaeaac and had tried many ao-i-uHed remedtes but until J. used 1> runa none had the desired effect. "I have l?e?n connected with the Chicago Police Department for the pant twenty-eight years. I can cheerfully recommend Peruna to anyone suffering from catarrh."?Andrew Barrett. If you do not deriva prompt and satis? fy tory result* from the uae of I'a runs, WVHs ?t once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your cane and he will be pl*;i???-d to give you his valuable ?vi | . ?-*. A Mrose Dr. Hartman, President at The Hartman Sanitarium., talumtma Ohio. C. & 0. CHESAPEAKE AM? Olli?? KAM.WAY THl: MIWT l-OI-l I ?II I!??? I ? Uli \? ? I N an h vu? m?, niikhu k, roSTSMOrTB, nkWpii s lu?, m i> eins i, m \? ion i??., mu? h ?*?] TM quicker ? ?? < imi.?\iti, : .m i- ..? Ir. ? Hl?'AGO, i-l ' au. pout ? ? Ml? SIMAS, ?Lu mili? i-? ? i nth. tlie ca? o i? roAST.t lie wear, M.H I M SMI. -??I Tiiw I- I nil.I TKAN'H-I'A? II II I'llll I ? Perfect equipment, heavy ate-l rail, bal? as fed riiHilwny VsstltralBd, el.? trie lighted /.il???, I'ltrryiug Pallia?n steeping amltiiQtng Ian. l'??r ratea, tickets, acbedals ami other 11. lurniHtloii ?ii?|ii,\ i?t tu.? ticket iilti.?- of the C. t il. Ky. ail?! i'i)iiin?'tl:iK lin?-?.. ?>r iKhlreMH.Iiiii I?. I'iPtta. A U. P. A . ( S <? i:y . Ktcbmonri, Va. r K. DOYLE, M W.PDLLEB, Hen. Man., <?eu I'asa Agi N&WNorfol^Westem i-rM.w Schedule in Effect No? 24. 1901 hiChMQMi? PEfcT STATION LEAVE hiC_HMPN_k_. BYRD STr g.QO m. m , NoiiioiK I.1M1TKI?. Arrive? Norfolk 11 .Hi., in Stops only at IVtera burg, Wnverly anil Suffolk. Stop? ut Wakelielil only t?? let ?iff piKMenger* 'r in KUIiiinili'l unil Petersburg. 0.05 a- '" . 1'hi:?'hh auo K?i-hkhh,tor I.yncU burg. Koanoke, i iilunilniK ?mi Chicago. Buffet Parlor car 1'etersbnrg !?> Knaiiofee. I'ulliuail Sleeper Itomioke t<> I'uluiiiliua. als??, for Bristol. Kiio.vllle ninl < hattntioo KH I'ulliuail Sleeper Itoiiliiike to Knol ?/tile. 3 OOl' ? ? Ocaas Su utR Liv?tm?. Arrive? Norfolk 5.:_o p. m stop* only at Peters? burg, Wuverly anil Suffolk. 7 23 t?- m.. f??r Suffolk. N??rf??lk aud Inter? mediate atattou?. Arrive* at Norfolk a? 10.40 p. in g 10 V ?"?,. for I.ynehburg and Koanoke. (,'ouuecta at LyMbbnrg with the VVaahln,.-. ton auil Chattanooga Limited. I'ulliunn Sleepers l.yui-tiburg t?. Memphis an.I New Orleans. I'afe, I'arlor hh?1 l?l??ervutloii ear? Kailford to Attidla, ai ? Pullman sleeper l>etweeii llli-bumml an.) Lynebbnrg, aud berths reivly for oecDpaacji al 8.80 p. m., ala?, I'ulluian al??e|>er Peterslniru am" Koanoke. Trains arrive Rtcbmoiid from l.y iichburK and the Went dally at 7.3"*> a in. an.l S.E.6 p. m ; from Norfolk aud the Kant at 11.1 o.a. in. 11.41 a. in* and 0.00 p. in. Office 888 Malu street. JOHN K. W'AUNKK, ?City Panmeuger ami Ticket \gent. V. U. BOSLKY. IHstrict Passenger Agent. W. B. BEVILL. ?ieiieral Passenger Agent ?ieneral ufflM: Koanoke. Va. iny2? W. II. BUI'I.I.K, Proprietor BRULLE'S. Main ?St. lender in ICE CREAM (wholesale and retail). CANDIKS fre?h ??very day. Iluyler's, 8l>c. ; Whitman'?, ?ilk-. ; Lowney's, ?0c., ?.nil Urulle's, ?">0c. ?jer pound Mail orders receive special attention. D0H T F0EGET THAT When you want an ??say suave Aa good as barber ever gave lust call on me at my saloon. At ?orn sad eve or busy noon, /comb and dress tbe bslr with g*-*?'?'. To suit ths oount^Danoe of your face. My room la neat my towels clean. ?Oiaaors sharp aud raao'Skteu; SSTs?ft?at art and skill --ax. do. J If eon will ?all I'll do fa/ you Umaors put la <-*?r st ?hortnotioa. 4. *-' ' ' ? M raisiS-Wi*?? ?1 L Germania Mills. We have irwt finished putting in the very newtot an?l m -d perfed machinery.and an n<>w prepared to furnish Our CELEBRATED FLOURS H Y IV & BUJ? ES PATEN f MJPB?LATIVE, OEIVMANIA XXXXX EXTRA, WHITE PlAIN EX RA. Als? Family Meal and Mill Fee?Is of all kiD<ls at Lowtst Price. MYER ?, BR?LLE, rJOttg?r* ? TIE BBIBGEWATEB ILLS an* fully prejiared to fill orders foi tneir UNKgiJALLHD BRANDS OF FLOUR, WHICH SURPASS ANY HERE TOFORE MADE. FICKLEN'S SUPERLATIVE PATENT, BRIDGE WATBEt FAMILY (silver medal), BELMONT FAMILY, BEi_MONT BEST EXTRA, SOMETHING NEW. ALSO CHOICE GR NULATED AND PATENT FAMILY MEALS. PURE OAT AND CORN FEED AND CRACKED YELLOW CORN FOR STOCK. ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL TO CONVINCB. J. a FICKutzN. Manager. BnSI-lj BAUGH & SONS COMPANY, MANUFACTURERS AM? IMPOBTBR& WARRANTED P?BE BONE MEAL, PURE DISSOLVED ANIMAL BONES, PURE ANIMAL hONE FERTILIZERS Km? Tiditii'i'o, IVas. Trucks. Potatoes, Tomatoes. Corn. Wheat, Etf. Six and ten ?lereent. Peruvian ??uiino, High ?ira?l?> Dinsolve?! Itock. ParsGroond Land Planter and Agricultural Clu'tnicals. BAUGH.& SONS COMPANY, MANUEACTURERS AND IMPORTERS, OFFICES: -M? S. Delaware Ave . PHILADELPHIA, PA.. 412 E. Lomliard Stree BALTIMORE, Ml?. Dickson'* Wharf. NORFOLK, VA. \ U. WAI.KKI!. JAMi;s It. Ml Kit?. WALKER & MYERS, COMMISSION HANDLERS. ) YELLOW PINE LUMBER, CYPRESS SHIN IRRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 2?9 SMITH'S BALTIMORE, MD. CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER, CYPRESS SHINOLES, LATHS, ETC. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 2?9 SMITH'S WHARF. B. B. GRIS WOLD & CO. General Commission Merchants, a. NO. 114 SOUTH CHARLES STREK'K. BALTIMORE. MD. FArTM?KS, DAIRYMEN and POULTRYMEN will 'receive highest Market prices W consigning their produce ta nS We will furni|J^ur,Pro?iice Report .to all ukou application. Corrs^jamlcnce Solicited. r"'italif!"r Prufltic at I CAROLINE. Nuit? l'er*onal<. I u respiladeare ??I I'm I'm i La* i i Rowling (Irren.Va . March ?_'?'?. l'.'i?-. On Tiwsdaj afternoon about I o'clock lire destroyed three Urge stSjeks ol bay, owned tii Mr \ H ?Phandlef Origin ol i In- lire unknown Mrs It ?I Ml.-ii and ?litngliter, Miss Mary, arrived in town on Monday t?> re side in our midst Minn Catherine U liitelieii?l. l?-lt on Sat urday tor h visit t?? Sen York, altera nient \isit to her aunt. Mrs I. M K<?I? lasos, at tin Lawn Mrs Kramt Haoot ami littledanghfer, arc spending thin w.-.-k with relatives at Slliont 'm M ill Mis* \itou Doewell l?'lt ?m Tuesday f??r her home at TayloTSVille, after a slim l visit to the family of .Imlg?' I. ? Mon cire Mrs T. B. OUI eiit.-rtrtiiieil the I Y Club at her luune ?m M Word street,on Friday night Then- was a Lr.I at i?-n?l aaceaadavery pleasant eveaiagspeai Mis? Katherine rt ii?l Mr Tristram Topper, ol New *> ?irk, an-the gin-Mis of their aunt, Mrs M I, Sugg Miss Antas* Sugg is visiting Iriends in Richmond, when-sin- ?a ill Btaj until nf ter K?ster Miss Annie i ol?iis left ?m Saturday for U as II i nu ton. W le-re she will lie the if liest ?>( frielnls for several weeks Mr* K. I;. French is apeodlag this ?eek in Richmond Mrs K I. Tannaa.ol 1 llanta, ?la. is the guest of her parents.hr anil Mrs John Pollard, at their home lu-re. Rev, S B. Ware, of Purl Royal, will '?oinlnet s?-rviii-s in the Christian rhorrh, on next Sunday morning Miss Louise Sugg hua rctiirmil home from n visit t?? Spotsylvania Mrs L. II, Koliinsou ami two little boys spent last Sunday la your ?ity the guests of friends. Mrs. .1 I. I onklin. ol Chicago, is the gi'-st ol her friend. Mrs .1 T |'.ichar?ls Ret K, II l(owc. nMtm'lia Vista. s|ieut a portion "I this week with nli Inre Mrs I* Kicker left on Monday for h?-r home in Spotsylvania. after a short visit to relatives here Prof Henry l'avis spent Bonday aad Monday with friends in Ashhiml. ?"here wits a niiH-ting of the citizens of the town on Tuesday night for the pur? pose of devising wavs run] menus ??( im? proving the road from Howling <ir,?'n to Milford. N'othlogdefinite~mdetermined upipii, Init the matier will Is- further agitated. Mr l?ewis ??nrreit. who is now living in Port Royal, spent Sunday with his parents here. \ V 7. La (irippe Quickly Cured. In the Winter of IBM and 1899 I wim taken down wit h n severe attack of what is ?'ailed l>a firipjie,'' says E. L lb-weft, a prominent arugglsl of Win til-Id. III. The only meilicine I us?-?) was two liottles of I'hamlierlain s Cough Keinedy. It liroke up the cold and -topp?'?! the coughing like magic, and 1 have never since lieen troubled with 'irippe." i liainlsTliiin's Lough Remedy can always lie de|ieniled upon to lireak up a seven- cold and ward off any threatened attack of pneumonia. It ?a pleasant to take too, which makes it the most desiralile and one of the most popular preparations in us* for those ail? ments. IY.r sale by M. M l.ewi*. Roll of Honor. Roll ol honor for Chnppawatssic white school, No. B, Aquia ?liatrict, Stafford (??unity, tilth school month, ?Tiding March 30, 1!?')-'. Irvin Davis, Archie Holes, Clin? ton Powers, Winter Powers,Wadsworth Powers,Olonj Powers, (?rnge Arrington, Ralph Arrington, George Ashby, Kichard Ashby. Nelson Ashby, Fred Halter, Oto, Weedon, .less?- and .ias Amidon. Milton Amidon, Dallas Davis, Raymond Davis. Maxie Murray, Maud Amidon, Katie Pa? lier, Rosie Balier, May Davis Lottie Wee? don, Kramu Fritter, Pearl Haber. Minnie Murray, Nettie Holes, Lucy. Roles, Virgie Roles, Rosie Roles, .lanie Roles, l.elia Amidon. Number enrolled. 28; avernge ilaily attendance, 28. (Miss) Tbmfu Chkwnimi. Teacher. Remarkakle Incident. There was a warrant trial liefore a magistrate's court in the lower part of Orange county last week. The conn nn I w itnesses were all present and when time arrived to swear the witnesses it was found tlint there was no Bible on which to administer the oath. One of the officers was ?tent to n neighboring farm house to get one. The owner of t ie house had none and the oHi<*er went to three others lief orejo ne could lie found. In the meantime the court,witnesses ami parties to the litigation amused them? selves by pitching quoits. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds at "nod. it gives Instant relief and never ffclla tocara, It allows you to eat all the ftKid you want. Tin? most sersltlvn stomachs can take It. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured aft? r everything else fail?ed. It prevents formation or gas on the stom? ach, relieving all dlstressaftereatlug. Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to take. ft can't help but do you (repaced only by K. 0.1)s W rrr * 0o., lia?, bouts cooUtoslH Unte***. $ft 1'Wiwi.m.afaamii is? ?.aawnwa? CHESTER "LEADER" and "REPEATER" SMOKELESS POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLS sre used by the best >ho*s in the country because they are so accurate, uniform and reliable. All the world's championships and records have beea won and made by Tinclus'i-r she!'... Shoot them and you'll shoot well. USED BY THE BEST SHOTS, SOLD EVERYWHERE ajaaaaaaaaaaiaaaa?aaaaaa?aaaaaa?aaar Taaumawaar ^?aaa?i^aaaa?aa>aaaaaa??aaaai?aaaaaaa?rfaaaaa??^aaaaaw>s? Cl KKEM TOPICS. A r,-in*y.liiii?ii ul WilliamCaxton's"Roy? al I'.ciok for n Kla?;".brought fl 1.1 "'-at a I iitiituii ,'i'irti'Hi ?.-iI?* I'i-i-m i?-iii Kuii-t-n-lt baa,n-i ? |ti il tin- ?i ? \it at ion I.? ili-lu i-r th?1 nn'iii.ii ml in!.lr?-aa St the National Cemetery, .it trliugton, Mu-. < lo \ ?'in use if st.it, i* a, | \ neat in? a change Is the ?lata of th?. inauguration of tin* President will hold s meeting m Wash ington \ | ? r i I 7 A life-size' luilf length i'iirtrait of Trine?' Henry,?i Prussia hua Iiiimi presented t?> tin* Stall' Department through th?- ii?r inaii Em baas j \\ II Sj r?, ol llomestead P? . closed the purchase ?>l .'"i.iioo seres of eoal aad timber land ?a Virginia, near tin* Went Virginia line, tbe deal involving aaei I? ?iliiiir?* itf about ?."ciio.ooo Tbe Mohawk, tbe revests? cutter bail at the Trigg shipyard, lUrbraond, was launched this week The sponsor ?ras Miss Marie Webster ofRicbmoda daugh ter of dipt. Harri.* U clister. ??I tbe Navy CciniK'il h? M ai Warrenton to ronsider tbe dispensar j law, voted that t lu- leu-iM laturi- U* petitioned to give tbe tows tie privilege ol voting on tbe iimatioa Sat urdaj \|?nl ID, ara? saoocd to hold tliia ?perial election Tor tlif thefi of a wagon Bad team while on their bridal tour r?*?-ently ?Wil lian Priileiiior?' ami his young liriil?' arers tried In tin* ''in*uit i oorl at Mount ville, 'Ti'iin . ami ?entaaeed to serve three years in tin* penitentiary I'rai tkall) Slarvlnr,. ' \fti-r using a few bottle? <'f Kodol I i,v ?I epia < un* my arils] received psrfret mid |ierinnn?-nt relief from a aevere and clirciiiir cam* of Stomach trouble,' says .1 II Holly, real estate, insurance and loas ?lient, of Mac-oiiili. Ill "Before using Kodol Dyapepia Cars she could Bot eal an ordinary menl wit boat IntaBM suffer lag. She is BOB entirely cured Sewral pbysfeians aad many mnedlea had hi!?*?! to giv? relief." Vos ?lout haietodii't Eat any good f'?"l you want, luit doa't overload the stomach. Kodol Dyspep sin Cure will always ?ligest it for y??u. I?. ? Itowmaii. Nef.ro Poisoner I.inched. The body of ?Intnea \\,ilk?*r. who |iois oned the whole family of Dr. Davis T. Tayloe of North Carolina State Hoard of Medical Examiners, was found dangling from a limb of a gum tree on the tlni'ii ville road just outside of Washington. N. C, Tuesilay inorniug. The lynching party ?iiiin* from the Willitimston dini-tioii. Walker, wasem |iloy?-d by l?r. I>. T. Tnyloe. 11 well known ph/sstlaa of Washington, Pf.C. 'The BMNnber? of the Tayloe family were mode deathly nick some days ago. and ?evernl of them came near ?lying. The food was examined aiid arsenic waa found in th?* hash tlu-y had eaten for breakfast. Walker was nrreateil on sus pic-ion mu? coiifesssi'il that he hail put rat poison laths food. I'?' said he ha?l no cling against Hr TajtOS or his family hut placad the poison in the Iih|k- that oilier servants, against whom he had a grudge, might get it Could sot Breathe. Coughs, colds, croup, grip, lirotu-hits otbsr throat nnd lungtrouliles ar?* ipiick ly BSTSd by '?in- Minute tough Cure. ? ?ne Minute Cough Cure is not a mere ex|ai t<?rant, which gives only temporary re lief. It softens and li?|iiities the iniii'ous. ?Irawsotit thi'iittlainination and remores theeaiise of the disease. Absolutely safe. Acta at one? "Oas Mlnsts Posas Cure will do nil that is clnime?) for it," says Justice of the Peiui-, J ?? Hood. Crosby, Miss. "My wife could not get her breath and was relieve?! by the first dose. It has bssfl a Is-nelit mall my family." I?.(' Itowmati. Land Sales I? Orange. Mr W. 0, Barlow, of Orange, has sold the following farms in the past month: The Lock wood pro'ierty at I nionville, MaCBtSta H C. Newton of Pittabiirg. Pa., for |050. A C. Waller's farm of 1'.to acre?, 1'?, miles from I'nioniille, to the same party for $1.."??M). 'The Mrs A. E. Rowefarm in Npotsylvania, -DiO acres to W. H Capon, of New York, on private terms Mr. N. A. Phillips farm, near Madison Kun. l"i'.iacres toC It Simpson, of Pittsburg. Pa, for f(?,."?00. Many parties from the North and the West are looking at farms around Orange with a view to purchasing same. A Louisa Jumper. A horse Monging to J. E. Portar, <>f Louisa. jH-rfornied a remarkable feat There is a window, 21x88 inches. I feet from the floor of the stall and 8 feet from the surface of tbe yard outside. The horse was found hanging by the hips from tbis window, and with slight assistance fel unhurt into the yard, rceovere?! its feet and galloped off as if nothing unusual had occurred. How to Care The Grip. Remain ??iiietly at home and take Chamberlain's I'ouab Remedy as directed aud a quick recovery is sure to follow. That reme?Iy counteracts! any tendencv of the grip to result in pneumonia ?lJ?)?b1 1? really tbe only serions dani the tens of thousands who i for the grip, not reported that di?l ?<>?? rT"v}| \l !/*>?. If"" ?& \ dringe Note?. ?I orrespiiinlelice of Tut faja I.im I ) "raime Co . Vu . March M, 1908. Tin- liriirht sunshine of receut days has i?ispir?-?l the souk <>' birds, the hum of fanners ami the hopes of youngster* and gives proal? of given flel?U and budding forest Mr Will ??re?u has treated himself to a nice turnout ami soon we expect to see bis attractive tnmlem team raising the dust upon the shores of the North and South Anna riwrs. \ccepting the courtesies of Mr. M 0. Field, ?ashi'-rof the National Rank of Orange, we had the pleasure of a trip through tie- Rank The outside structure i is imposing, and the inside equipments superior. The vault is Are and burglar proof The thick brick wall has an inner lining of seven inch steel plate, and is ?'.|iii|i|K-i| with an automatic safe. The entrance is soured by an imineuce ball beariag door field, a banker by nature and by choice, is seconded by Slaughter, c unpetent and polite. In the coiy office ?an usually Is- found President Rond. The [s-ople are active about the pend? ing liquor resolution before the Lei/isla tiire, and pa|i?rs for signatures are wide? ly circulated, urging Delegate I ?rave* to s ipport the same. Pastor I tag by had a large and appro dative audience at Macedonia Sunday and gave them some wholesomedoctriiie. S. Dinner of Colds And Ls iinppi. The greatest danger from colds and la grippe is their resulting in pneumonia. II reasonable ?-are is used, however, and Ciiainls-rlains Cough Remedy taken, all danger will Is- avoided. Among the ten? of thousamls who have used this remedy for these diseases, we have yet to learn ?if a single case having resulted in pneu? monia, which shows conclusively that it is a certain preventive of that dangerous . malady, li m ill cure acold or an attack of la gripf? ia less time than any other | treatment. It is pleasant and safe to | take l-'or sale by M .M.Lewis. Horsewhipped the Msyor. Miss Blanche Roise. a protege ol Mrs. Nation, horsewhippeil Mayor Parker in his oflice at To|ieka, Kas. Three times she slashed the mayor and then he sprang al her. tore the rawhide out of her hands and pushed her into tin. hall. As Miss Poise wa? thrust out ?be exclaimed: Thank Qod I've done it: I've horswbip ??'I you. ami now I'm going to horsewhip the Uovemor." Hefore doing her horse? whipping Miss Roise gave the mayor a severe scolding, and accused him of being responsible for joint? running openly in Topefkt*. She then pulled the horsewhip from the folds of her dress, and before the mayor knew what had happened, she ?.truck him three times across the head and shoulders Heirloom Lost During Hsy-Ridls( Fossd Is Cow'? Stomach. A priz? licet cow was killed at Sylvee ter's farm, near Ooshen, N. V., and a necklace of gold medallions lost last siimmer by a young lady visiting there was found. The necklace was over DM1 years old, having been owned by the young lady's great-grandmother. After a merry "hay ride" one summer night she missed the heirloom. Although a diligMt search was made, it could not be found. It is believed the hay contained the neck lac? when thrown back in the loft and that it was eaten by thecow. Pretldest Roosevelt Isvlted. A committee from Charlottesvilie with Senator Martin call?sd on President Roo<je velt and invited him to attend the Jeffer? son Memorial and Interstate'Oood Roads Convention at Charlottesvilie, April 2, "1, and 4. Several thousand invitations have been extended to prominent men in all section? of the country, including mem tiers of the Cabinet, the Diplomatic carps, presidents and general managers of railroads and university and college officials. Headache often results from a disorder ed condition of the stomach and consti pation of the bowels. A dose or two of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab? lets will correct these disorders and cure the headache. Sold by M. M. Lewie. Fined For UWfai Oydcrtsf W. E H udgine com mander ol the State Steamer Natinah, has been on a two weeks' cruise in the Potomac, lis im? posed tines lor violating the Oyster Call law on a number of v**?ssels. The fin??? aggregated nearly $200. The violations of the law have been wholesale and thousands of bushels of seed oysters have been taken by the Virginian? and Marylanders together. / Coughed Sixty years of cures have taughtus what Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will do. We Know it's the greatest cough remedy _r made. And you will D, too, after you try it. ?, cure in every drop. i.i.Awaca.,1^' SPOTSYLVANIA. Narrow Ewape From Flre-Rell|lous Notes Olber Hems-Personals, Etc (Correspondence of Tin I'm?* L?BCB.1 Spotsylvania. Va. March -'<>, 1'??<?-? ^s Mr .1 H Dunavant was on his way home from Freiieri.-ksbtirg a few ?lays ago. his horsi-s lH*?*auie frightene.1 as he l.aned over on his wagon to get a coup ling p.ile and starte.1 throwing him out. The wagon ran over him, but with the exception of scratching his fa?* and jar? ring him cinsiderably did him no barm. A nail keg full of nails was demolished. The horses were stop**-?! without ?l??ing innchdamsge. If the reins had not broken in all probability Mr. Dunavant would haie held the homes. Mrs. J. IL Dunavant. who had pneu monia, is now able to be out Mr. J. H. Crown, of Raatkf Point. Kla . the father of Mrs. ft. M. Waller, of this place, and brother of the late Ttev. J. H. Crown, of the Virginia MetlnxJist t ?infer? ence, died at his home recently. Miss Carrie Henkle, a popular young lady of Baltimore, who bas been visiting Misa Clara Poole, of Curlew, for several month?, ha? returned to her home. She made many friend? during her stay here. Miss Eannie Kil?*y. of this vicinity, is <|uite sick. The Supervisors met last Wednesday for the first time since last Deoeuiber. The usual rontin? of business was transacted. The prayer meeting was held at Mr. A. H. (rismond's last week, led by Mis? ?ar? rie Pendleton, and was in every way a successful meeting. Mm. M. F. Poole, of Hicks'Store neigh? borhood,who has been very sick, is much improved. Mr. R. C. Hlayde?, of Mt. Pleasant,was in our village yesterday. Maria Holme?, colored, who owns a small tract of land adjoining the county farm, lost two stacks of fodder and a ?-;k of straw yesterday by fire. One of the boy? set fire ??? the grass in the field and it became unmanageable J.'he_ bam caught fire, but by the use of buckets By" several colored women and boys the barn was save?!. This correspondent was a witnes? to the fire and assisted in saving the barn MissMattieJ. C?mke, who lives with Kev J. W. Heckman and family, was summoned by telegram to the borne of her brother, Mr. Frank Cooke.of Drake? Branch, Frida/, owing to the extreme illness of Mm. Frank Cooke. Mis? Cooke left on the 5:18 p. m. train from Freder icksburg. Rev. R. 0 Payne, of Bowling (?men, will preach at /.ion and Taliernacle churches the second Sunday in May in the Interest of the Bowling Green Female Seminary. Rev. .1. W Heckman anticipate? be? ginning a revival meeting at Tabernacle the second Sunday in April. Rev. I?er<>y l/eti Bank?,of Essex, is ex|s*cte?l to aid in the meeting. stopi th? Ocngh and work? off th? Coll laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure cold in one day. No Cure, no Pay Prie? 25 cent?. IN the name of the Commonwealth ?if Virginia. In the Clerk's ollice of the Circuit court of the county of Spotsyl? vania, on the ">th day of March, \'.H)2. Jame? B. Smith.Plaintiff, Against Sarah E. Smith in her own right and a? the administratrix of William ('. Smith,deceased,and and Luther S. Smith and Smith, hi? wife.Defendant?. The object of this suit is to enforce the payment of a judgment docketed in favor of the plaintiff and against the said Wm. C Smith, deceased, docketed in Spotsyl? vania County court Clerk'? offlee, for the sum of one hundred and fifty dol?an, with interest on same at six per centum per annum from August :10th, 1877,till paid, and to that end to subject the tract of land in ?aid county,containing L'i8acres, more or lea?, of which the said W m C. Smith died seised and possessed, to tin* payment of the same. And an affidavit having been made and filed that the defendants, LutherS. Smith and-Smith, bis wife, are not resi? dents of the State of Virginia, it is order ed that they do appear here within fifteen days after due publication hereof,and do what may be necessary to protect their interest in this suit. And it is further or? dered that a copy thereof be publiabed once a week for four week? in Thk Fkkk Lands, and that a copy be posted at the front door of the court-house of this county on the first day of the next term of the County court of this county. S?*e Code 1887, ?Sec. ISM, A copy?Teste : J. P. H. CR1SMO.NI), Clerk. Fkriikrii-e W. Co'.km an. p. q. rnhll w4w IX the name of the Commua wealth ol Vlr glnlit. In ?he ?.'lerk'a office of the Circuit court of the county of HpoUylrnnla on the 14th ?lav of M?r?-h,|l!>iiL'. Wm. H. Buouell, B. K. Boa wall ami Kmtuett Boa well, her husband. An nie Bunnell. *<alh?> Jones and Jim .limen, her huahaod, Mu? Green and -Onten, her huaband, M. J. Bun? nell. J. A. Bunnell. L. T. Bunnell, Mrs. K K. Wheeler and K. K. W he. 1er. her huaband, and aira.C. 8. Cole, Plaintiffa. Agalnat John Haydon, the heirs at law of Su? san Quarle?. ?1 weaaeil, who was Muaan nhelton. vli : S. B. yuarh-a. th? wife of-lohna, anil aald Johns, her huabaml, Florence Quarte*, the wife ?if Tom White, und the said Tom White, liar huabaml, Sally Btce and-Blre.her huabuud. I,ou*?mlthaiid-Smith, li-rhtialiaud, Wm. Quarlea, 8yd Quarte* and John Quarlea, and the - heirs at Joseph Shalton, deceaaed.Uefendania. The object ?>( this suit la to hare partition, either In kind or by sale, of the estate of k Hi abeth Sbeltnn, decease?!, ronatattng- o? a orea of lau?l tn < hanccllor Towosolp, Hpot ey Irania county. Va., and for dtvlalon of aald land, or the procee?la thereof, If aoltl, amona; the helra at law of the aald Klliatieth Shelton ?iscsaaed. And atildar!? having t>?-?*n made ami m?sl that the defendant?, S. K. John? and - John?, her huahaod, Florence White hS?I Tom White. her huabaml. Wm. ?liiarlee, ?yd Quart?*, John Quarte?, and the- haira ?V joarph Mheitoii, ?leceaaed, are not maulen t<J uf the State of Vtrslntn. it la onlereit thai they do ?Spear here wWldn tlfteen day a aft?-a due subnotion hereof, and do what may hi nxcmarj- to protect their In tere* tin thlaaultJ And It 11 further ordere?! that ?copy thereof be publlffee?! once a week for four w?*k* In1 Ths Fsr.l!*'* "oor" of '?? "S* * l',,0J !>*' poste?! at tli?fr?,l the flr,. d1"'';urt-hou?*e <>f tbl? "F?omLoomtofa&l' Xi'W'st Weaveg ?and Culoringa ?Silk Pongees. Had.ni Cloth. Mill En-Is an.l Remnants. WOOLEN MILL STORE Main St , Pre?lericksburg, Vs. If You Wish to SAVEMOHEY ??i! your Seed Potatoes, Onion Seta, Piow Castings, Plow Linet, Oil and Gasoline, Lime, ?tall on Dop & Ml, The OKI Reliable Grocers, 205 ?Commerce and 1002 Main 8ta., Fredericksburg, Va Ail goods as represented. fllMIMMt My College Drama PU MISE, Ipil Then- are ten in the ca promises a treat to those mor. strangely and attract with pathos. Some of the lieft 1 ent will participate 8:15 p m. lion?Jo .'"i and ''?"><:. Tickets on i Lewis drug store, alter Monday, Marc-t"** .'list. ?"WE C"CT_**iE J My College Dramatic Club. WITHOUT USE OF A KNIFE. [ Richmond, Va. All examinations free. Come and see what we have done and aredoing. If then you ?ara not satisfied that wedoall weolaim, we will pay all of your expetnm. 1 Perry&Co., TAILORS ^<*+ We invite attention to tl>? Improved tone of our Spring ?-'*ock of Suitings, Trouserings &cd Coati&gs. Our $15 Suits demand special attention. Main St. _PERRY i CO Till'. DUMBER, ?A.SFITTKR ami TINNER, 11_? Commerce ?St., Fredericksburg, Va. Hot, Air and Hot Water Heaters put In at the [shortest notice High class work and low pric*es. I make a specialty ol repair work and guarantee prompt? ness in execution. ?See me before making your sewer connection?.. Write me in regard to work outside the city and get estimatifs. FOR'SALE I One SAW MILL, in perfect running order, capacity 10,ooo feet per day; J y-^ke Oxen :i Dog Carts, ?'' teams and Dumber Wagon. Will be sold at a hiwvain. Ap? ply to K. C. PHILLIPS * 27mh.'lt Tappahannock. >a. "f?r^s?l?T Mv LIVERY ML.SLNES8, cor. Charlotte and Princess AnneSts. Property is open for inspection of purchaser W II rent stAble to purchaser, or wUI sell entire nronertv. C?r terms, etc , apply to property. _, ? u , j,, K, ^ lm-marl.'l Fwderi?ksbnrg. Va. w7s7En7fapen [ Successor to Embrsy * Bmrrjmmm.}' Dealrrin RAII.KOAD CROSS TIE?. CEDAH POSTS. SPOKE? AND HOOPS. Keep? constantly os bsad s 1er ol Bait*) Bay mai MU? Fort. ?? < Kallroiwl Osp.H. (?I2??d????2____ ?inmwyi