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K i !? v. *. i.i*.?. i'r.~i,:n.t. POTOMAC. FRr.DERlCK-.BURi; ' PIEDMONT RAILROAD. ils f,,r ISO-. .< 1 .". )> M ?* 1'- . I l* III ? III - .".'i p 11. ? in ??? '-' ?"? I p ni -, III? ?: IS p in . .n tlrl.li - t.' p in 'l i?. I ii r '_ :?T p iu .... ,-n ? (., m s i:t i? m Kt.ph.ii. V ' m ? m Pat *_. I " i> m I 111 Hop? 1 "? .* |. HI e-.lS-a i 18 p in >. in i:*-> i ;-* p m u :ts n n, 1:1*? p D 1 ??-? -.1 *? HI I'll I -, ?I IU 1 ?? i ? ?? in 13 ??.... a p.s \i ? OI.!.. I T!i.ilj- lti,.. to tli. ? 'l!nnr.lli>r?Tll!e und |.|*. 1 Sioi d-tjr tv. II ,;i? If ? Ulis _, th. U', ti? ll I r VI To-morrow " I'll insure m.? life t.. ui. >n Thai luii boa .Li,von kiiinv t liera is going I t.? Is* any t o-motTi iw for you ? It is the policy in [?ires to-day thai is going-1.? ?.r.ite-.-t the widows and orphans e?f to-morrow. - ?., morro?*. i int.. ?estants- ? The Mutual Life ??Roujlett ?St Coolriek, Agts $30,000 $30,000 TO LOAN! ? 11 ..t, 011 tx.th City aud Country Property, upon easy terms end it ?sperceut interest. Con? sult your o? ti advantage by cos-responding with C H PS M President -t)K M AU At?*** I Hi'*SH.S.or*<ar? Merci*nuts' mil Mechanics' Perpetual BuiKliug an?! Losa Asaociation, of Frolericksburg, Va. 3-eStn. $26,500 TO LOAN $26,500 THE ENTI KPRISE BUILD IN G ASSOCIATION offers ?tie>*..e\ t lona on their litt?ral terras, in sums t> suit, from itoo up, on citv aud country property. Apply to HENRY W ISSN ER. PreelSent 8t9 Main Street, Kretierickshurg, Va. *ei5-eSm. C? O. HEFLIN, ARCHITECT end BUILDER will furnish plans and specifications and take contracts for all kinds of j bait.?ing work. All work guaranteed * t?> he satisfactory. A sample of my work is the Enterprise I'uiltlii'j;. Cor? respondence solicited. New Adverthtcaicats. Tin: l'i:t:i: I.in. i. is again afforded the pi???n-ure <>f cii?ii.g atf.-iitiiifi te. a list of new silisitasas. W. II. ?oeae, the wall known Washington, I? f., luriiiiure dealer is offering special asna asar goods The Itridgewater Mills of this city have an iuteresting corn steal tisllmiiulal from a proniiiieut man. 11. \V. Mi.ldlc 1..11. of this city, is a?! vert ?Hing **l?ura Asphalta." a splendid rooting uinterial IN MEMolm?! In loving rememhrnnce of my latter, Ghas. ?*. Hunter, who ?lit .1 two years Hg.* today, May 80th. i,one, t>iit not lorgott.-n I!y his daughter, Mils. .Im?. W. Stum-. CURRENT COMMENTS. aaje/t m s pi 01 RKUMIM *\>u v iumt> liaihcrvd Mere aad There o> The Free Laace K er porter*. M-.J..I l s hsssssH, ?! Klag George, ? ?- III the ell .1 .1 - II.m M K I.owr.v. of Brook? i isilor to this ciiy Thurmlny. Mr Cartee II l'it-ion-j.. e.f Lake Pet est, id., la her.> lor a tea daya Mr and Mrs. A. .1. Pagh. ol Caroline were visitors to tin city VV.eln?'.?lut. M*-- Mary \ Leek, at Stafford, who Iims lieen \?*r\ i!l, is some'what nuproted I ?r II K. Moore. ? ?enlist, it ill Is* at tl.e livcliaugi* Hotel, -iuiie 3rd, ? toUo'c!. ek. Mrs rantiii' T. Newman lots moved into Lit ii ? n siileiiit* em Primi- l.d ward street. Il.-t I !. ?Iiesiiutt W?I ore-iv-li nt tlie People? Mission Saaday eeei?n<| at 8 o'clock. Mr. P. Ii Hall aad family left for lions ton. Hiilii*i\ coiinty yesti rdnj to speed the eaainier llev. lir. T. S ?liiiinway will prssseh ?it lh*rva I'hiire-h in Slalforel Sunday morn ing at 1 1 o'clock How aiiout tluif .'.111111'..'liceinent dress'' C. W. .I.uies ha? any aiul every thing - .tiy lor tin* occasion. Mi-s Martha Williams, of Wilmingtot?. N. I'., is the guest ether friend Mrs e H Hirkainp. at "Bosco bel." Be? W i Morton of llnrrise.nliiirg,lias I.? en rWting his latlier. I?r. C. B. Morton and fiuiiili, m Csrnllns, this sessk. I havenststareaeoa the Bean-y farm. near Tachette milis Kor t.-rms ?? i>i? I> t.. im-. J K Butler. Tnekette Mil's. \ a. Mrs Andrew Murray is so ini.cli in; prou-,i that sheretsrnsd horns from tin Mart Washington Boepitai, yesterday. Mrs L. B hoggettand Misa l arrie V I'e.e-get?. eif Chicago, are vi*-iting the* family oll?r A C. Doggett, e.n VmeliaSt. Miss \gius M.Wliirt. of thl*? county, who ISlisllI school in Stafford the past sessieiu. is lisiiing lelatitres iaOartett, In.! \ irr.it whits epiilt bargain, recular s-1 T6 "I'litlity f..r--l -'?. Very large and ready-beasnsed rendjr hir use. ?' W. Jonas' You should hitie ii good Pli ?' - If The I?m is Photograph ?ial l.*ry is prepared to nuahe any st.tl?* you miiv .!? Mr W. B Lynn aad wife*. ..f nppar staff?.r*l. wer?* in theeity yesterday the neetsol CoL E. D. Cole sthiehoaaeoa IVashingtoti ?rense, \\ llliam Braaaaa Ken,lull. Infant bob of Mr and lira Kirl.y I. Kendall, died at the liofne of his parents here Thursday morslsg. ?ti_?-, 1 ?''. sinathe Mrs Valentine Brown of Biehmond. risited her sister. Mrs Loch, in 81 this srees hi, i mus thegsest here <.i lu-r sieee, Mrs 1. II Hood rich. Mise Mottle ui.itioik. who 1ms been rieiting Mr .1 P. i.in I?* iiiul family, in Spot sy I rants eossty, has returned to her home at Tappahaaa I tr. Sidney I.. Sett it In. is now l...-at .*.! .*it Port Hehmnad, N ?i . isin tbeHtj ? letting the family ol his father Mr W ii li.ini Scott, aad ?ill return tomorrow. Mrs Battis Danger?eld, ol Alezandria. is here the gnest ?>f ln-r brother, Mr. .1 \rthur Taylor, al tin* National Bank B?O?S a. .?oiuj..-11111-.l l.y her tito grand* chiletreii Ii?-v. Adam Su-ugli-ami t* ife. of (?t?orge town, Delaware, parents of Mr Chan I. Stcngle eil lio liai Lo. i. arc the truest" of their son at his i? utitiful home on Feaaaler street. Mr. Beginald Walker, ol Biehasoad, Will deliver S11 addtCSB l?r,re It.i* WoSI aa's Christian Temperance Uaioa at the Bnpli-t fliim-h Monday ni^lit at B ,, .- ok Kt.-ri bod) la? ?ted llev. Krnnk A. Tyler, of Baltimore, will SB the pulpit at the MertbodWl ehnreh Suuday morning and night Ile i- a s.ui of IIme. ? ieorge T. Tyler, pastor of the ehnreh here, aad hi a fluent s|?*aker. mee. U s Bawe.oi Keaaedys-riOe, Md . who has las-n visiting his si.ter. Mrs Mary A Lack, in i-ilafloril. ami his brother, Mr. I*. ('. Howe, aad other rala fives here returnee! hume t esterday. Mayor M ?.. Wi?is. t,? 1 rcderick.liiirg. was a cnlle'r at the Capitol yesterday Mayor Willis has just beea elected i.th second term, and was warmly congratii lateel.? liichinond Dispatch of Thursday. We are in receipt of an invitation to t lie commencement exercis?'s ol Columbian I niversity. Washington, .lune 1st tooth Among the graduate? in the law depart? ment of the ?nstitutioii is Mr. l?. II. Swit't formerly of this city At the second atinual Baptist Sunday school Ooaeaalloa of the Bhaeandoal Baptist Association at l.uray Wednes day. " "The ? ?rigin and History of Sunday schools' was discus**???! hy Be v. I ?r. T S. Ilium way. of this city. ltiiring a storm Saturday night light ning struck a fat hog In-longing t? Mr. < liarles' 'liier iti Spotsyl wttiia, wliicl he luid in a j en and the animal wan in stantly ki!!? ,1 A large apple tree* neai the house was splintertsl. "The Eye " llawkcs' Spectae-les are use?: by almost eeetj one yeni set*, try then and you wiil find that they are superioi in every resjiect to what yon have used Gold awdal Bad ?liploma awarded. Al ey??s titteel witliout charge?t Hall's Dm?, Store. li.-n Joseph Ilicki'iison. of Washington who ?im Adjutant (icnernl tei <?en. Jos e|ih Hooker at the battle of Chancellors tillo, arrived hen* Thursday night, ac com pealad by his wif?*, ami ara ipeodini several day? with Mr.and Mrs. Vispasiai Chancellor. ? m account of Memorial Pa? Taasda; next the regular meeting ol the Mar. Washington Hose,it'll Associntion wi bp held Mon.lut at the couiiri! rhumb at 1 1 o'clock" This is an importas in???*ting as the report of the buildla committee wiii be aahmltted and s members are urged to Is* presen. ? > l?ordoa, <>I Bii'hiiioiid. ii.u. haaa eysadhm the we?-k witii Mr. ami Mrs.I P i .-rbiti ami her.ister. ??Irs l***t t lu- ?A ill go !? ilie .-oiiuti ? Iiome of the (??iriloii le in Caroline, t.. spaad the sumiller Mr B II Jaeohe eiiesi WeAaam?ma m bta h.une la Carottas county, n?*ar llaj. paliauniM-k \?-ii'lcic.y He w?i? au ex I ..nie.l.riite ?ol 1er The bineraJ B was held al Ht*thes,ia Church rsataed?j Mrs l.ii.-iile ? anuid.*.??! n if?* of K. i lain, s E Cnrmiehael. ol Wilii.iiivtoii, N c. r?*t.irneel hoste Tli.irs.lay. niter a al \ i-ii t.. relatives hats ' Mrs Bett-? (1 W allue-e* will !.-. ?. M.m day to speed the summer with herdaoa i?*r. Mrs .1. I. Polade_ter, at La Plata \hl _ nmffiHriwiiii culi < ScssioB Ncarlnr Its Close?Comrnencemcat txerclses Bella Next Week, Etc. The present session of l-'rederirkshurg College, whicli has licen a most pro.|M*r .?us ami satisfactory ?me, will soon be at .?m end Thesaavetaea b?*g?n oaJeao&th, ..nil i he final exen-ises will occur e.u the night of Jane 11 th i?n J urn 5th, II lOp. m llieart rvc?*p tion will lake plans, when the work of llie studetitH lor the session will |H- ex I liibited. The*??* receptions ban* been much enjeeyed her?*teife>r?* Mis. lliggin? will vary her entertainment this year ht giving at 10 a tu , .lune 8th au sahib! lion of primary work At 8 p tn of the Basse date the Dramatic Chsn will give another of their enjoyable entertain in. -ti IM. ? ?ii Sunday, at 11 o'clock a m , Bee. |.r .1 S. Iiill w ill pre-iv-li the-Biiccaliiurvat?* sermon. The liiusii'ale of the music ebtss wi!l Is* .-ti s p. m. Jaaa Bth, an?! at 11 a. m. Jana luth Prof Addisoi? llayne,of Washing? ton aiitI l>*?-riiiversity.I>*\itigtoti.willde Hver an nddreea haloes the Literary s... i ieti.-s At B p. m . Jaaa loth, the Liter? ary Societies will l,a\e their laaliiashra ti m and al 11 a m *lun<- llth the com mea? .i- s proper w ill take iilerr Mr. U. C Moeahn wlndeBveer the Valed Cory address, as be has taken ? b? lirst honor ol his class. Mr. (laston Boyle w ill ibliie r the 2nd hnaororatioa. Mr. Allred Miller gradun'eil with about in?- standing Diplomas Will Is' awarded these as t B. gradaataa The prospecta lor the BBaaion next y.ar are excellent. Pretty Tribute to Mary Washington's Memort b) New York Ladies. The Colonial Chapter ol Daughters of the Anie.-i.-ati Kevolution of N**w ?iork. reqnaeted Mrs i: InaaaaTaylor t>> bave a lian.lsotn. t'oiai wr.aili plnie-.i on the Mary Wsehisgtoo monument y es tes dar nal DeeoratloB Hay) asa memor? ial from the New York BaughtiTs The instructions were carrii'd out and the* wreath, which wasa very beautiful one. Was miele by Mr. F T e ovey. flu* pop-i lar florist of this ?iiy. and placad em th.* monsnsent, where h waeadath*ed by all ? In, saw it. Confederate Memorial Day. ConfederateMemorialDaj ?ill !?? ?.I. ser red hen' on Tuesday, .lune* .tel Manry Camp Confederate' Wte'rans. U. S i hew CampB c V . the Washington Qoards ?m I other nrgaaisatioas, will head th<* atoa which will be formed in fr..nt ..f tbeCoarthou.se The Memorial I dation. Danghtera ol the Confederacy, j oung tirls cart t nig garinads of Mo with ?in! dresseii in white, Frederickoboes College etodente and other edboole will inanli OB the sidewalk while the other i rgaaisatioaa will march ?n the eeatra ?>f ; the si A Bir Tsrtle Catch. Messrs Johs Habroaaad Piter Qraaa of Stafford, Thursday night caught "??*' turtles in the Bappahaaaoeh near Hay licld farm, Carolin?-county. They weigh? ed from ?". to .'tl?poundsand were brought here yesterday morning and shipped Weening loe by expresa Thsse tnrtlcB ?Bill ISHghl withhooksl.ait.il with salt" is-i Whea thej were beiag pot is boxsa f..r Bhipment over a hundred people galh.I tie-ar tlii express ot'ilci' to wit? ness the unusual night, and there was much biting and snapping as the turtles w.*re- throws in the h..\ Mrs. Jaac Embrej Desd. Mrs .lane Etnhrey. widow of the lat? tklexaadar Eanbeay, died at her hoam near e iiirrisoni ?lie, Thursday, of general debility at the advanced age of 90 years She was a ?-hristiati woman, having lieen s maasber ?>f the Methodist Chareh for a manlier of years She Is survived by six children, loar BOOS and t it o daughters? Mrs. Montgomery Bnttoa. Mrs. Elijah Abe!, and Messrs I-'rank, Hi. hard. Mur ray and Joseph Emhrey, all of Stafford. rimerai services wen' held yesterday from lier late home*, llev. C. !.. Potter ol!icifitifig. and the- iut.Tiii.-nt made in in the family bury ing ground K Pretty and Attractive Store. Messrs. \Valla<-e ?V Co.. the shtie men of Main street, opaaed tlicir new store yes? terday morning It adjoins and is part of tin* one on the corner of Main and Commet?S stre-ets. which they have occu? pied for yi'ars. The store lias been tho? roughly remodeled, a new front put in. and at night, whea lighted by electricity. is one of the most ut tractive in th?* city The tirm will conduct a gents' furnish? ing business in the ?-orner store. The members of the linn are Messrs. Michael ami Haaafloed Wallace, aad their push mi,l enterprise are an assurance of aacessa Clesn The Cemetery. The ?>!?! Cemetery Co. is now at work cleaning up the driveway and walkways of the ??metery and would resjiectfnlly n.-k nil lot owners to bate their lotis cleaned so that the cemetery will present a neat appearance at the time of the Confed?rate Memorial Servi? ces, to lie held June 3, 1903. The un kept ?ond i (ion of some of the lots has !n'?-n unfavorably comment?*?! on. ? ?Id Ceine-tery Co. A Small Fire. The root'of the kitchen of Misa Lucy Melba, on lower Main atrae! caught ;iri'from fi spark freiiu a Hue yesterelay The roof was burning brightly when "it w aa extinguished by the bucket brigade (?.fore the Hre depart ment reached the ! scene. Damage slight. Insured. THE Anil GORDON & GARI?? NATIONAL BANK, FREDERICKBBUKG, VA Deposits Solicited, Negotiable Paper Discounted ?4.11 Correspondence Promptly Answered in sealed Envelopes. R_v_idiK>me L-it?ographed Check Books presented to each Customer Merchants' Business Cards placed on their Checks. BANK OPEN FROM 9 A. M. TO 5 P. M Death ?I Mrs. V. It. Tao _a?. he, , lien Tliomas. th.* i ? t -.1 and ' beloved ?rah ?>? Mr w. Il Tin bar i. .m? in tai? ? i-.** on i ii .1 ? day in..ruing aller au illness ol .?.lie was a ? hristi m ead bar large eircl*- of friends are s.,iro-?(.o St her death, l-'or many Beate ehe had 1?s*n a ni.iul- t - ehnreh - Ulli ai.e-eliit l,e ,,' lbB .-HI.?.' "I She is sun io- - ! and tin rhllelrea, two s n- da sah lei an,' two ate Jr.. and .lohn M Thomas, stepaoae, J. W. Thomas \'-..i \i ["homes, and Mrs (bar;* . lea I ntier siens wer.* li< Id troin the Methodist church yesterday afternoon at I 'til I o'clock, MSB. ' ?? o F Tll'T COIldlielillg the service?, an,I the interii"iii wi.? iiiaele in thi* family lot in the era Tin- pall hearers ?en* \i.*s*-rs r p, St. arm*? W K licit E it Si.-ariis. B W Milton. T N. Brent and ?? I? Poster ??The Besten Dip" A m?sicaI i'fit?*rtainitii?it. v??*al atid in striimental. will lie given at the College Hall on Thursday night by the CoIUg?* lile.*. Oeehestra anil Itramatic Chsha 1 Among tile features ol the entertainment will In? the rvinlituin of the laughable' Pares, "The Boston l?ip"???..and enjoy yourself and have a hearty laugh V tic n: ion, Com pan > I ' You are hereby oniered to assemble at your ai mory at I M I' M on Tuesday. Jons -Ird. 190-, in tiuilorm. le-ggii gs ami white glen es. to take part in the Con federate memoria1 exercises. By ?fter of \I B. Howe. Captain coininandii g LOCAL MAB?5 (Con-ect???! by Sim??n Hirsh A Bro.) Wheat. HO to 88 : corn, >.t t., 85; meat. $1.88 to $1.40 -ht !???? pounds: oats. ?O In ."..-.; fowl? (Ii, t?. '.i; tnrkeye .live), 8 t?. K? ; ?lucks (Uve), 7 to H; Winter chickens 10 to 1_ (?-r pound'. Spring ehi.-ketis. 1 s t? 20 per posad; lard 1?? t?. 1 I,eggs, 1 I to 1 I' ; batter 1 ?". t?> 16 : hams, 1 _' to 16; Irish potatoes, 78 to $1. e-arlv r..??* le.r s.'.sl. ?*1 10 to fl.SO. beef; 8 to I; ieai. '<-. por!;. ?',', m 7; hidee (green), ? to6;hidee (?try). 7 to h; baled hav, flu to $18 |s*r ton. Wim!?I IBS - to 1'.?; w*> *.'**t t<_ *.?4. I?eaf Sumac??*>?> to 88 cents js-r hun? dred p?i!]t]i!ie. TIIK ge I IB M.MtKl TS The grain markets closed yesterelay as follows : 'lii?*ago?Wheat, May. 7J\. .Inly 73%; corn. May. ell \...lu!y. ?._",-. oats. May.4:t:?.. ."Sew Toth Bos tasa s wheat, 86 t.. -t. corn. 88 t?. I Baltimore?Southern wheat. 85 to??7; Boothera corn. 87 to 80. Iti.-hmi.iid-N i . - . i ?>rn 7<i to 7_; oats, IH to 50 \l.'\;tn,lrni?it he.it. 79 *'? 8*1 e-om, 07 Mir i Liai This store la growing better e*rery day; it is getting eloeer t*> the people'a . ami |,roi id. s in riccorilane-i' The betternlest ehalt not steip. but go on and on until perfection is isaah?d and all the* while the tessdaasey is towards area lower priesa. 1,000 pairs of SHOES OXFORDS just in. You ttouhl'nt believe on seeing the SHOKS that ancb anal?tica could be sohl for such low prices. We oiler you a most tempting li: Clothing, the latest ami liest St) les of the i?j<?2 season, at ptlcai that cau't be matched. ...TRY US. A'e have just added two new lines to i our stock, RIBBONS LUGES AND HAMBURGS These two lines havealready created a stir amongst the Indies, livery one without a single exception,declaring them to be the best goods they ever saw for the pricea. Our underwe.tr line is complete Ladies, Men's and Cnll elren's underwear at prices that will make them go.W'ehave'nt room to enum?r? ate these goods but it gives us plcasuteto show them ? air other lines are full up It wuulil take all this newspaper to tell v ou all we sell. Call and see the largest variety of goods in our store. 8CTJ8fflEIL8?iL CHICHESTCRS ENGLISH ??re. ;. i *?>?? reibibl?*. I?mII-m, _ik r-rueftat tot ? III? Jit.-*. 1KB % t ?t'.-INK in K?Ml and ?.lold im*i_tiis ??oxea, ??*>?led wit? bin?* ribbon. TSkfnslher. R-rlu*.?* -I.?(rl*?iu. ?ut>.?l li.llon. i?u<e luailMl*??.... !'iv?f y,. : u Purlirul*?-?. T?-?ll _i?nl?l? an.1 --Hellfff for S.iwiK? I? rplum Hull. 10.?H?el>?tll:io.il?l? SSM "V ?11 DfBBSSBa CIIlCHFiSTER CHEMICAL CO. i BIOS SSa-tao? Mqaar?. I'HIU., S?A /?< Sc'.lyD ?SI? ?????? Wheat Growers a__d Farmers, * ATTENTION! * McCormick Machines! Binders, Reaper?. Mowers and Rakes Tbe best on eartli for the season of 1902. The Hgbteat draft Binder, tbe me>8t durable Binder, tbe cheapest to keep in repair. Roller bearings throughout. Tbe longest life, tbe _in?x*xheet cutting and lightest draft. ismeOKbinder __L ? Meire than three tim?is n? many e>r the MeCussalek Machin?e aold in Bpoteylva nia. Caroline. King George and Stafford .-..unties than of ether machines. Simply ask your neij/hhor who is using a M Coraairt liis opialoa as tt> good week atteagth, durability, easy running and its genertl advantages over all other machine's, an.! yon will decide in favor of the McCorinirk We leealva tbe^e- g...ids in eat load lots. We are always reaely with i-ppa eierytiiiug nessleel by the- farmer, ami we especially invite you to ?*??]. ins-ding a Harvester, Mower or Bake, and you will not is* disappointed, The McCormick Rako takes the lead. Easiest Rake to operate. All steel con? struction. Will last a life time. Let every farmer get tbe beat machine. These machines are in use by the most progressive farmers, and the McCormick goods arc the recognised standard of the world. rs. W> are an up-to-date houee for he Mci'ormick goods in mind when CHANCELLOR & RA.WLINGS, Agenta, Pannen1 Supply Store, FreUricksburg, Va. JOHIM T. DALE, President. ?J. B. ORBISOIM, General Manager. Esiabllshed 184*7. Southern Foundry and Machine Co., _*? ? 3\?_:-a__-i__-f*ao*t-__._*??*r*i-3 o?? Agricultural Machinery. rHf J* V Lawn Mowers, Laws Rollers, Land Rollers, Tanks, Trucks, Towers, Mine Cars, Barrows, Elevators. Mhe Southern Patent Saw Hills. -Sole _3-_l?X<3L?__-s O-f Dempsey's Universal Patent H^r:rows Complete Equipment For Wharves. Writ.- for bliest cut ni. ?giio. l'-iltimure office': Suite 8-9-10 T? mints' l'uililinjr, 411-418 K. Pratt St. Chicago <?l!i?'.' Suit?* Unis Title-?nul Trust BaUding, le Mi Washington St. Man Ollice and Work?: - Fredericksburg, Va-, U. S. A. Summer Shoes. Are now in demand, and <>ur stork is compute $1,35 1.15 1.7S 2.00 Ladies' Oxf?'rd's, DongoL Kid, Patent and Kid Tips, a comfort-giver to tender feet, at Liolies' Strap Randal?, Dongolo Kid and Patent Leather, medium low beds and flexible ?oles* Latlie*'s custom made Oxford's, nice dressy styles perfect tittt-rs, Patent and Kiel Tii Men's Tan Oxford's, band welted bottoms, me? dium full toes, regular $3.00 value, at Misses and children'- Oxford's and Strap Bandala. A D completo assortment. Brulle & Timberlake, Or_>l Main Street. Tombstones, Markers and Monuments To tbe good people of Fre?lericksburg and adjacent counties wbo anticipate erecting a Tombstone, Carker or Monument to some departed loved one.we most respectfully offer our services. Our (Jranite, which is of dark blue color and susceptible of the finest polish, is quarried from the cliffs just above tbe city. We transport the Granite by boats to the city, where we manufacture it into various designs to suit the taste of those wbo patronize us. We have just put up a Steam Crusher, and are prepared to furnish Crushed Stone. By dealing with ua your money is kept at home. Encourage borne enterprise. (Bonel given if desired ) CARTRIGHT& DAVIS. '_____/ __L -? eo??/**si*iT E?AT QUAKER OATS PACKAGE t>eXJO?^OtX)0 fJJHS