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Devoted to Agri cu I tura ?Commercial and lVI-a nu fact u ring Interestsof Frcdcricksburgand the Tidewater and Piedmont ?Country
Vol. 17, No. 56 Fredericksburg. Va.. Thursday, June 5, 1902, Eight Pages. Price, 3 Cfntq ..i.? \ m w rsfaWh-hrri 18H_. J. B. Wit. h.w. G. _-., HA_B_ and CO., Grain, Hay, Mill-Feed and Seed. remand Sl.ipp.rs II". North St . Baltimore*, ltd G. A. ZIRCKEL&CO ? Agenta Foe roe nothing, II h," "Nox *Bm A'I.".*'--ltit-1.1 ** .end 'I A ??tail.I.it,I* Menu.lid llr.iiid M ictiitlo-hes. 'otibera ol <".?*? Boatos and IVoon-tockct, Bay l?tate and Rhode laland Rubbei r,??>t? ami slim - iet ill limes. 7 and iy K Pratt St. OppoaitC M.ilthy llwist Baltii 1 "-? IHT.-M! l.ll'.I.N. M I! S> III-|,'tl! lili? ll.-N Kst till i-iiiii i\ 1 KIJ2. C. ?S ?Schermerhorn & Son, Kl' 111 Ii:-. SlIII'IT.!.'-. l?l \MI: GRAIN. HAY1MILL FEEDS IN NtlW BARRELS ....127 CHEAPSIDE, BALTIMORE ?Hai?m I'm in?*! s* .iii.1 Mercliaiit?' Sational Rank. Util timor?, Md.; e.r. Brn_str?*eta' A Dane Coninien-inl Agwi-riew. ? e?|'.i;i:s|'i?M.|.\? 1: BOLICITKD .. Richard J. Biggs & Co., Commission Merchants, ?. - - Baltimore, Ml. ..??tits solicite*?- Prompt salea and returi Candidates for CsSgfBSa eif the* ten Virginia Cosgreesmes Bve hme been r?.nina!**.! ivithoiit oppoei tion I'h.y arc \l.-??r*. Jones, of tin I ir-t. Hwaasoa, of the Filth; Rl?ey, "? th.* Eighth; Ilhe.'i. of the Ninth, and , Flood, of the Tenth Mr Hay. ol the Bth, will have no opposition for the n..minai ion. I'.ntrie? in the Set entli l?i>* t riel close .Inn.* 2*ld In tl?* Bee>>n?l aatriea doss Jone 19, and the primary wBl !?? Angust 19. 'liiere an' t WO candi, lates. Messrs Joseph T. Lawless und Harry I. Maynanl. In til.* Third en I il.s close .Inly Id. and the primary is 10 be had September I 1 ? 'apt .l,,|ni Lamb aad Mr. JeBersos Wal lam itrv the candidate. In th.? Konrth the entries an- dosed mid th.* candidate*- are lion l'rancis Rivas l.fissitiT aad 11?>n. I! 0. Southall. T-B primnry will be had OS July 17. the lir-t in i In- State uiidi-r the sew plan. Ill the Sixth the e'litries hate . and the primary is to In* hail July S*t_. Henators Carter Qlass, Graham Qajrtor, and Edward Lyh*. lion. A. II. Bowman. Mr. W. W. Berkeley.aad Mr. Jan den I'mvil.-n an* the aspirants. In the Fifth Mr 1'. A. Davifl ?>! I'l-ank liai. ? former ( oiiiiii'iuweiilth's-Attorney of the county and uicmtier ..I t he ('iineti t ni ion.-; 1 I'linveiitiuii, will probably he nominated by the RepabSeaaa The dis? trict ii? close, lint Mr Bwaasoa lui-* never failed to carry it. ?"here will probably l?* BepaUiran candidates in nearly ail ?>f tin* ?listrie-tH. The rca.ler? of f_da paper ? ill I.,* ptaaae-d t o lecrillloltlll.Tels.it le ist one .Irea.le.l .ii thai s, l.-ncc has I..H-II alii,- to cur.* in all In .?lajea anil that is ("aitarrh. H-fi ? .-. t*rrli eure is tin* net? p,,*,l!ivc cur.* BOW know n In the iiicll.-iil fraternity. ? ,-itnrrli I...in? a ronatlttttlonal dlaeaae require? ?-. roaatltuthx?aI I reel m ?at. Halts Catat-rfa <*,ii-c ?s tiil.ii Internally, iictlnit directly np on th.- t.loo.l and un?.?<<us surfaces of the sjs ton. lliereliy .!.-,?tro.ving Hie fou n.ia! Ion of lit.?ilisea.e. an.I ?ii in? llic patient siren?:!!. l,y Lu ill i ..ir up the constitution ?ad iior ni.Iur.-In ,lnlii? its work. The proprietors liai.* ho inn,-!, fail:, in it? .-nr.-iiiv,* i t?.at the? ,,ffers one Hun< I r.-.l Dollars for nut tli.it It fitll? to cur.*. Sen.l for list ..I icsliin. A.l.lress. I* .1. ? II l".V|;i * CO.. Toledo. O. s,.!,I l,v ilriivjflsis. T.I? ll:.||"?"Kaiiin.v Pill-, BIS the !> st. Tbe Tappahaaa?Kk Fair. Al a BBBStiag of the hoard of direr tori ??fthe Tide-"?-, ater Acrriciiltiiral ?*. Btoel lane latina asid at Tb."|ibIibiibihib, v?. oi May l!?th. 1909, Mr C. B. Netvhil WO? elected secretary an?! R L l'endle ton Haasarar. The following were ap |iointe?l nieinlsTs of roinmittevs Bae-inir? B. B Brosksakroagb, II I. Newhill am! Jssspll Baker; 9880 ai parssa Sheep and Swine- Warner I/"win, chief <?. B Kriete, .Ino Ilaile, ami I. B am dr-ws: nmoiiiit (?0.00. I'mi.try?(i. T. ( ro\tun B. II Stone amount $80.00. Horses ami Mides -(?en. Lilis, chiel amount ??T"". (?(?. ?attic \n?!rew Brown and W ('. Hick erson, .?OilOi?. farm nn.l ?iard.n I'roeluets?R.dier llutehinson and K. It. W hillock: annum *.+.*" (M>. Ladlas'Daamrtmaat Mrs Joseph Buk. Mrs. !.. ( . Phillipe aad Mrs.? M.Siiio., a-nniiiit ?T*'..????. A Sprained Aakle Ooickly Cured. "At otic time 1 suffered from a sever sprain ??( tilt ankle. ...Car. editor of the t.i.i.ie*. Washington, \ i "After u-ing several well recomend? medicines without success, I trie (liamherl.tin's l'ain Balui, and at pleased to say that relief came as soo a-1 brama it*, use aad a complete cur speedily followed." Bald by M. \ Lewis. Mineral Wealth. Mr Walter (le orge ?..w man. win. ?sat the Raleigh, leejrjeters from Virginia, bat hi- iiiisineaa address is Sew York aad be apt-ade a large part ol his time-in North Caroliaa, where hele large?- In tenet??I in good pa.vii.o copper mil I'he u ho!.-Soulh. and North Carolina in particular.' said Mr. N.iMniin. "is aurpaeainaly rich in the pre?lose metale, i.ut has bees inflected and overlooked People have goaa W'<*-t and left behind them BMga?esat properties Tbarj sow jnst begiaing to realise their mistake If what I can to .lay show in aeetioa-a ?>f lie* South wits ?reel e.f tic* Mi-siseippi liner you couldn't keep away the pie' with ahotgona "I beul the first smelter that went np in North Carolina anil am amply satisfied with tin* result? In my Copper mines in Bowas anil Cabanas counties saoagh gold aad silver nr?> takes oat to pay all operatiag expeaaee, leaving the eoppersa eli'iir prolit There is mon' of that metal now I.locked out than I can hope t<> tal ?? out ill the BSXt te Ii tears "( ?ne of the mines was worked for ,-tl .tu* tor lOOyeara and the mist rreords show thai sine?' 1849 it yielded $6,000,? .???<? in nol.l, siKer and copper being en? tircly Ignorad. Vet today the world'? demand for copper can't beaapUsd. It lagoiagto I?* eoatisBslly on tlie ailt aar?. and 1 pre*di;-t it? price* will lie 1.. cent? in theaextsixty ?lay? "?Washington Post, Beacons for Carter's Creek The ?ailors golsg into Carter's (reek have been elaunoriag for two beaooa tightSSt the mouth of tin* crvck. whi? h i? very sarrow. Tbrongh the laatraaasa t ?lit v ..f Mr W". UeDoaald Las, th.- mnt t r WM hr,, o|,t prominently liefore the inemhers of the Ugfathonse Board. with the result that tin- beaeoBS will u* placed there. The contract aras let to O waa's I Marine railway for driving tbs necessary piling, ami in a lew weeks tin* light? ? il I? ? r.-ady. Kuugti on SI. Loals. Th.* grand jury, which hasbesa lavst* It'gatlsg municipal corruption in St. ! Luiii?, report? tlint "whi!e there inny ?hat?* bSBB corruption in other ci tie? as grant a? we have had beta, yet in ne? place in the* World,aad in m. lime kn.m ii IO history, baa S8 Barb othcial corrup? tion lieen uncovered. Than revelation* huve lieeii ?o appalling a? to 1?- almost hsynad baaW, and it will is* year? baton the* BKSait of the discoteries are* fully realiwd. ThrouRh Mr. T. H Bflsst, a fifteen horse power hoil.r has ban ?-'cured for the Baptist Orpbaaaga ban, t.. i?-used I in the print inn; ol?ce and wa?h room .,! the institution Mr. BUsM hear?! that Mr. Joseph Bryan had the hoiler and aaked Mr. Bryan if he wouldn't donate it to the orphanage to which suggestion Mr. Bryan respond?*.! ?Salcm Turns Register At the aaanal tie-id ?lay e-en-Ma a) Bonnoke College Sal?'m, Va . Mr. !.. f. Smith, ?on of !?r William A. Smith, of Madison e-onnty, we?n foursilver medal? ?in athletic fent?, and a gold medal for beat all round athlete. ? ??topi the Cough and works off the Cold Laxative Brorao ?Juinine Tal.let? cure a cold in on?- day. No ('un-, no Pay ? I'rice *_'.-, ?-enta. STAFFORD. Mure Kiitihcd The Late James Morton Per? sonals. Etc * orreepondnnee of 'I'm I'm i Law i I Stafford C II . \n . June ?I, I909. Mrs. R <;. Barlow, of W"?lliameluirg. who lias U-eii V?lit lag her BOH (has w Barlow, retiirne-el henni- Sal iirdai Mr. Fita Woodward aad Mrs Raima J Johnson, of Washington, an* \ ???finir frie ml? n?*ar her?* Mr. Jaiiii'? W'iiikli'r? store was l.ur glariae?] last Thnradaj night to the ???< tent of al.oiit - Mr Mark wood lient, who is employed by I*. J. Marshal! of the " Burg."' spent Sunday with hi? mother. In-re Mr. IMwar.l W't-wt's lawn party Sai.ir arday sight was qsite aa I'et.eiiM* frank M llcli'ati. of Wash ingtoii. arrested atad took to Washiagton last Saturday Clara Morri?. eolon-.l. who waa rbargad with la nisi Mr? I.iHian Campbell, ?.i Riebmoad, paid friends a trlah ;tt Brooke !'t?t Sat? urday Mr s I*. Dabney, ..f Brooke, i? .piite* ??ck Mr .lame? Morton of Brook.', w !:o d* parted Ihia Hie last l'i i tat evening? ag.si ? ""? I tears. 10?oathsand '? days, left s wife font ilasahleia anil two son?. Mr Morton wse the sou ..f James Morton, who is aatibeUom dnye wna one of the Jeatteea ol tbe ol>l Court Mr. Mortem re iii-d l>y one I.rother and three ?is 'dr. William All**n Morton at .1 Mia? f! Morton. .?! Wnablagton, Mrs W . T. I?i\ of the "Burg," and Mrs C A Bryan ol il.is place. The fnneraJ -*r\ leea wereeondneted by Rev.C L Potter,and th.* pall beeren wen lion M K Losrry, - I '?! win Robemos, w T Payne, Il .\ ?Irans. C. I? (?ne-ii am! Heen. '1*. \\ i.. try Hs fanerai ?..- i-.ro, |j at tende'.!, al,out 250 people being presen! The Interment was at Brooke. \li-s.s Lacy Bad Lucy W. Morton and W. \. Morion ami Mr?. NannieM.-S.i.-in. ol Washington, ami Mr?. W' T. I?i\ and Mi?- Nannie' l?i\ of tl.Barg," were at Brooke Btte-oding the' funeral of Mr. S. lilltlll.Kl!. ClKKIiNT TOIMC-*. By the formation ol th?> Bavaas To bateo Company, a 115.000,000 eorporn tioii.at Trenton. N. J.. tlie <'ousoliduti d Toliaecii Company eacnre 85 par eenl . I til?' Cttbas trade* in that proelu.f. In the army I.ill provision is made for an appropriation of $5.000 for Improve? ment t?> Ball? Hluff Cemetery in l.ou ?l.iiiii i*oiinly, Virginia, and it ?? bsttevsd th 1! the ?t.'lll W?I rellliilll in the hill. Mr. \ II ?; Meara Is having erected at Wacbnpnagas tic largest botsl bafid Ingos tin- Bastara shore. It i? l M\i ?"?'? feet, huir stories and will contain 71 hed rooms. It will hate-all the modern im provemenls anil will Is* conducted a? a sumiiiiT and a Inter n sort. Tlie unveiling of the heroic |., statue of tlie la!?' I'ri'sident Wil? liam McKinley took plan on I ?*-? oration Bay at Muske;;on, Mich. '1'he massive granite' moniiinent. togethe'I with the large bninze' tigure of the mar? tyred President, is a gilt to the public ?M*hools of MaskegOS l?y Charles II. Hack ley ,a millionaire huBberBBS?i ??I thai rJty, anel it wassrastsd at aeosf ??! $80,000, Fi.nres of Boer-British War. British I????*'? (official figur?'? up to April 1, l'..?>_'?: Deathsfal South Africa. 31,586; Mhu?ng ami prisoners, 9.5*5*5; sent home aS invalids (mostly wounded men), 71,248, B.ier los?.'? : Pria onera (??si ?mated) |i?,(Ml(>: l>eaths- number not known, hut generally estimate?! at T.OO0 or 10,000. British troop-Hengaireil.about .".HO.(?Oil; average iiiiinfier Is field since January I, 1900, i***."..??(?o. Total Bast Army (estimate-??],) 55,000; average miniin-r in held 10,000. Birect ..??t of wnr to (?rent Britain up t.? MsiiB 81 last, $-85,170,000;'"ssti< mated total cost, ii-eluding bringing troops home* am! gratuities 11 ,000,000, 000; British natio'ial debt, 18,789,080,*. (>(><>; ?iicreaee in debt since first year ol the war, $564,1 10,000? Long Hair "One year ago my hair came out very fast, so 1 tried Ayer's Hair Vigor. It stopped the falling and made my hair grow, until now it Is 45 inches long."?Mrs. A. Boydston. Atchison. Kans. tl- AM trwa***- ?? C. AVCt CO.. L???HI, Maas. ??ii? ?miumeum f Y "LEA! CHESTER LEADER"and"REPEATER" SMOKELESS PC V.'DEB SHOTGUN SHELLS sre u?-i*d by the best shots in the country because they are so accurate, uniform and reliable. All the world";, cli.nipionshipsand records have been won and made by Winchester shells. Shoot them and you'll shoot well. USED BY THE BEST SHOTS. SOLD EVERYWHERE Spots) |i ?nia Wrilin-js. List of writings admitted t ?ii.May term c I, Kakeraad wUeto .1 W Masters, de-eel fe.r htliel. Bennett White aad ? ?le* te. Jarot) lyler. dessl for ?am!. N,.ra Knight.ii und other? to Henry Carter, deed !?>r land. I' (' Harding ami wife* f.. Henry Car? ter, ?h e .i for laml J I?. I'.rightw-ell and other- to I" A. Swift and wife, dessl for land. M J. I.a-.v and wile to .I B "i'kiiis. deed f.?r laad ?. W ? hciviiiiig anil u\ . toll P. Ches ning. elccel for land Tyler ami wife t,, M I'. Bowe, r land Commonwealth ol \ ngii.i.. ?o Andren Chalmers, graal f>>r laml Iah> J. ?irate??, epeclal eommlasiuser. I ? i \ Teiinpkiti-. ?iessl for land. Mary V. Mciieeet tilp toTlio- I. Kulie. ?le?*?! for land. Joseph s. I? ..lam :te- t,? Hampton Vox, deed lor laad. John W' illackley and wife to Mi*.; I i. A. I'hoiaa? dead for land. w m il. Cbewaiag t.? \ and J. B. Chen ning. deed lor laml S. B Jordan to J. J Cr.'.-iddu?. ?Iee.1 ' le.r land. Martha Joins to Henry Benne,?leedfor lam! T. 8. Jon.-? to Mary W, Spencer, deed tor laad. (I I? Poetar, ?h?-.! for laml ni retal order Is rail <?f Poster re Lane. Heirs eil BtepfacB P. Lane, deed for land under decree in suit of l'osttr vs. Lane* ?le.. W ("hi'wiiing and wife to W . II II. Cbesralag, deed for land. Henry I e.ui?* and wife to B I' Willis, trust.s'. .I.e-d trust on laad. J I*, ?ml Allie Cbewaiag t> - trastee, dsed trust us laad. lh.is 1. Kuh?' ami wile t.. I.??*.' - trust?*?-, dead trust on land. lurncr ami wBa to Lee J, Orares, truste?-, ?lead tru?t ein html. Henry l?auiiehl Co. to AT. Kuihrcy trustee. ?1?-??<I tmst oa land Lewia Musselinan and wit" !.. A. T. Ktubrey, trust.*.*, ele?*?l tru?t OS land. Henry Warden aad wife t<> \Af .1. (?raves, trust?*?*, ele?-?l trust on land. T. \. Prascraad wife to I?'. L Krnier. de?*?! for laiii!. La? n Parly In Spots) It ania County. The laws part.? given at Prospect Hill, near Holla-lay, em the night of Friday. May 30th, was a great aaeeBeetroraarary ?taii.lpoint. The weather ivas propitious and a large crowd wa? in ?tttetidaiu-e, not otily from the* imiiieili.'tte neighborhood, hut Irom a distance of ten to twenty miles, including many of the most prominent people* Tlie programme was a vtrieel, Bad entertaining one. aad those partici? pating held the' attention and inter?s! of the large audience Miss Laura T. I'ltyne, of Locust (irove, managed tbS affair. Among those par thlpstfsg and contributing to tin- suc? c?s? of the evening WSTC Miss Louise \ ir ginia Harris, of Cherry (?rove; Miss Lia I'.lain, of Trevilian; Mis? Mary Augusta Hollad ay, et WoodsMs; Mira Nan Pranks Scott. ?>f Baeeooa Pord; Mi?? Martha Victoria Harris, of cherry Orara; \!i-? lietton, of (ionlonsville; Mis? Mary Vir? ginia ll.illaelny. f>f Holhulay; Mis? Aihlie Cotvlii'ril. of (.??rde.nsiille; Mise Casaie Sci.tt. of Rareooa Paral; Miee-aeyeE-sa beth llolliday, Mr. J Baleigh M. Hillanl, Mr John S (ioodwin. Mr. Baleigh Trat ers I?nni<-1 Con way, Mr. James Minor Holladriy. Mr John Frederick Harris, i Mr. Cary(??.oelwin. Mr, Richard Bastara l'on way, Crofesnor Arthur Thompson, 1 Mr. Bas Con hud, Mr. PraakT. Jonhsun, i Mr (I.-orge A Poladextar, and Mr. John ' M. Ilollaelay.aii?! the four pretty little 1 daughter? of Mr. ami Mr? John W a*?-r lltillaelay?Carrie*, Nell. Victoria ami llni.lah -? leads Tbc a All. I "One Minute Cough Cure beata all other meelicint s I ever tried teircougb cobls. croup anil tin oat and lung trou? bles " s"t\S I>. Scott I'llrin of Logtlllol!, ; l'a. One Minut?e Cough Cure is the 'only Rhsoluli-1% sale cough remedy ' which acts laasnodisteiy Mothers everywhere testily to ;he g'x>l it has ?lone their little ones Croup I den Is its attacks that the doctor often ! arrive? to 'ate It > ?.-Ids at * One Minute Cbngfa Cure Lie take. Chiliiren like it. Sure cure for ?Trip, brtitu hlti-, rough- |), C Bowman. (IR-ENE COL'NTY BtCETMB-, T>i Tin: Fin i: L-ftl !.: oaaty for sea ? is yet in the t as 11er hilltops for ?ceiu'ry truly comm.'tn, \ lavond posKtoa te? !<>?>k ??'er the lea? Fading fre.in the vision down to the ?en From a small eminence went of Qninqne, Cas sei* in the distan?*?* the I uiversit ?-. \lsie the ateepfaa ol CharlottesvlBe From what is known as Stephen s Hill. Likewise the celebrat?*.) Montiisllo. The historic Me.ntp, lier in e innige also; The Thoroughfun-moiintnin. off tliecu-t \? our eye? on Bln.* Ridge s.-eiiery hast The aid ral -on ol Mr. II Mover Banco Hied at Mi-Mullan? jus? one ttes-k ago. Vue! Mr- i Dbkerson_4 tbeeanm time. In Alliemnrle county near t lu*( ?rccni*!ine. Four cow ? near?''limpiem the'..'-1 h did. And a horse- in harness oa ths roa.I aide Kilts Deaa, Howard Bui I. r and M. Shcl li.ii. Jas ?i,.well a Mr Morris, the unlucky Your s?riant went today t., old Mt Bu? rn n T?. meet Mr?. S.-illi.* and Willie Chapman. I'n ?leciile em the iiiiinlH>r of up to ?late Required te? make' the fitting complete. Mr. Jim Yowcll, the school board clerk. Who has thnesoaa in Biehaaoad at a e.rk. In his ne-tv house shortly will dwell Witli ?Jiiintus. anielIiit grown ?em, and "Nell." Sn far as your informant hath seen Ths apple crop i? a faillir.* in Graaar; The Wheat will make lit tie more than wed. For binders ih?* farmers have little BSed. The roses and Mowers our houses adorn. People an planting whentlatid to corn; Some are' given in marring?'?ami th?*n They net saagiaataaaraagordiaary num. i. i: ii. Mat 31st A Real Fricad. ~~ "I stiffenil from ?Iy?[?*p?ia and la.liges tion for liiiee'ii year?.*' says W. T. Stur ?Jit aal of Merry (?aks. N. C. "After I had tried ninny doctor? and medie-ines to no avail one of my Manda ixTsuaiie?! me to irv ko.lol. It gave immediate* relief. I aaneat nhaost anything I want now and my digi'stion la good. I cheerfully recom iiien.i Koele.l " Iion'ttry to cure? ?toin .-ich trouble by dieting. That only fur? ther WeakshS ths system. Von neeel wholesomi*. strengt lit-ning food. Koelol enable*? you to assimilate w hat you Bat by <!ige?tingit without thestosaaeh*eaa?. I? ? Bowman. Where Cupid Failed. Kichanl II Hadsna, Jala Belle Heath, bath of Laaearaar eonaty, Va. AnpB* mat, W. C. Cook. Mil Bolert ?tre*ct. The above BppSSISd iiniorig the mar? riage li?*en?es issue?! in the Baltimore sun. In this instam-e the parents of the pretty young lady wer?* too smart for Cupid as she- did not take the steamer fur Baltimore as was ex|>ect-f*-i1 and the groom awaited bet in rafa.?Vim-da Pit ?sen. SUMMER EN-ROY AND ACTIVITY'. If You ? PAINES CELERY COMPOUND '?'? r.'o, June should bstha kaaaarsBoatk ofthe j tear for tlIn* enjoyment of nature and life ; If men and women are not phy?ically ca? pable of enjoying the gen?! things of na? ture and home BO bountifully provide?! by an All Wise* Creator, the fanll i? their own in the majority of E - Oar nervousness, insomnia, ?Ic-poiid eiicy. nti.l irritahlt-iiess are emit in.ml ami forcible reminders of ill heal Mi and ?lis ei_?e. Their i-e.niiniiaiice in June mean? urihappiri* s? aad misery: their banish ment by tue ase ?>f Halas s ? sswy t'?im? pound menae eaergy, activity, vigor, ami full ability t.. enjoy Bsam gilts Thonsaad are now ac.|.liring rug ' ged health and hnoyant i-pirits throng!? the une ol l'aine*'- C. |.*ry Compound. The ? hl.'?sings of health, home, mid nature will Is* your portiein if you wisely us?' the great medicine tin? month. It truly mike? peopb well. Work was resumiil on the liank build- ! iug Monday antl it is S-pSSied that th?' building will lie rapidly pushed to ceim platina "' The Commissioner of Ii?*vc nut- for this county has BSSB instructed to asses? all eiogs this spring. BSBBSSBhsr that ifyeii! ott n it dog you will have either to pay taxes on him or the dog will have ? to I?* killed. ** As soon a? pole? can Is* gotten in place a Ulephoue line will be i built to U-wieetln. (?arner Broa, who: now own the property, an* making Law isctt.-t again baa with l.u?ini-ssenterpriHes al various kind?.?Northern Neck News. ' Spriaei Feter. Spring fever ?a another name for | biliousness. It is more ?serious than | most people think A torpiel liver and i inactive- bowel- means a poisioned I system. If aaglsetsd, serious illness may follow such symptoms DeAVitt's j Little Farly Bisers remove all danger ' by stituulatiiig the liver, open the , bowels auilcleansiug ? tie ayntSM of ?in purities. S.lepiP- Never gripe. "I have taken DeW'ittss Little Early! Risen lot torpid liver every spiing for years," writes H. M Everly, Mountis ville. W Va "They do me more good '? than any thing 1 have ever tried. D C. Bowman. A Beef Trast Trajedy, Mary had a little lamb. And losad it very dearly; But beef went up (.she needs must sup And eyetl her pet most q_?*erly). One day. alns, it came to pass That she had naught to dine on Then? was a fe-iist ? and ol that lieast 1 baia'f since BBSB a sign on ! ?Josephine Brigham. j TO CURE A COLO IB ONB DAT Take Laxnti'.e Bromo (?i.nine Tablet? j All druggist? n-iiin,l the money if it fails I to cure. B. W*. (.rove's signature is on evh h<>T."?.">< AT OXTI* NEW STORE ixsr TU BRADFORD BUILDING WE HAVE OPENED A LINK OF LIGHT-WEIGHT CLOTHS ?I.II? siiADKS AT 65 CTS. OOfllLK WIDTH. WOOLEN MILL STORE Cree a and i'.ri.ia-e w*.rk ?specialty. All Work Cuarantcee!. Dr. J. Garnett King, DENTIST, ?ata -?et. Fi-aer!rk?hnr_. V? BPAD THIS. C. to Centher's f.ir cheap hand -made llarn.-Hs Sadelle'?. W'hi|ts, etc. His go.si? are reliable* ami hi? prices low. All gooda Warranted. Repairing done promptly and low pri<-ee guaranteed. Mde?. ly-w OENTHEB. ('antic?! (?omis? Tli?' H nest pm-ked \!l kimls at MAOBATC A fin - Female -Draaaers." ??Women make ls*t 1er drummers than in..ii in some respects," said a member of a New i irleans wholesale ! i rm which has several women out on the road. "The fact is that when it come? to certain lim*? the women, who have an aptitude. can ilei inni'li more than men. Time waa --an?! it was ?inly a few years ago?when it was generally Is-li.-ved that a woman could not sell anything on the road ex? cept looks and certain articles of wear? ing apparel p?salas? to her sex. The op erations of the female drummer were fe?r a long; time contined tti a very limited tield: but in recent years she has braached out somewhat, and 1 simply state an open se-cret when I say that she may be regardi*d as a euccr-M on the road. In some ?listan?*?*?'abe haa proven herself a more valuable mem lier than the men.Take certain lines, like tea, coffee, apices, and things of that sort, and m a majority of instances she will place more goods than a man will in the same length o? time. This is probably true of these articles be? cause she ?-an talk more intelligently about them. They are used in every home, anil the average business woman that one tin.Is out in the world manages to keep up with the things ne?*de?l by the housewife, and hem-e the woman drum? mer .-an make a fairly good talk about tiling? <>f this kind. The woman drum? mer has come to stay, an?), if the men are n??t careful of their laurels, abe W?U <1?\ ?.h- them e.pially. at least, if she doe? not get the bigger half.?New Orleans Tinics-Heuiocrat. Fer Over Sixty Year*. Mrs. Wiuslow'e Soothing Syrup has been use- for over eixty years by millions of mothers for their children while teeth? ing, with [?erfeet suc-cess. It soothe? the child, softens the gums, allays all pains, cure? wind eoBs. anil is the beat remedy for Diarrhen-a. It wii! relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sol?! bv Druggists in every part of the world. Twe-ni.v-tivecents a li-ottle. Be sun* and ask for "Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup," and take no other. ei# THIS SPACE BELONGS TO THE Ml Wide-Awake, Hustling Agents of the DEERING HARVESTER CO. List iv<."k w.-1..I.] rou thai Deerliig Machinas cost more money to batid than aay other inai-hines Imilt. We arc aiixi.uis tu prove this to you. We now toll yon they are* worth tnore* to the farmer than aiiv otlie-r machines luiilr. ainl an ready t.?? prove tliis statement. The DEERING Machines are FIRST in quality, first in light draft, lirst in stre'tigth. first in ?lnniLility. first in simplicity, first in grain sating*, first in ease' eif optaratioB, lirsi in the minds of thinkin-r pa-OfMB, first in sales. Tbeyars htiilf ia the ??i liai'..?-! -i iiork.? in the tvorhi They are the Jk&J?el?S?S&'JSL" Machines that man's ability, brains and money can Iniilil. They an- the ambodiment of all that is latest and beat in arachaniegal an?! Beteni iflc ?-emstnii-tioii. l"s<?rs of ttie Iv-priiif*; Bull an?! Roller Bewaring Machines are not -imply satisfied they are fill?-?I with e*iit!iiisinsti?- ?hlight. If you ?lon'l liny a IHt-rin-g Mower. Binder or Bake, it's your fault; weha-ra demo our la-at to pol ili?'lM*.*?t inae-hine mads into your (?int. We are ready to prove every weirel we ?ay. Oor age-nts art* represent nt he men?men whose word hud knowledge are vaiuaiile*. Call aad BOB th.-tii. Save worry in liurwst tiun-. - "?is delays, save temper, save m.iii.'t by i.uyiii'ia Desrtnc. 'I he following persons are l?eering Agesta: F. L W. Green, FreJerickt-burg, Va.; B. L Battaile, Horn-tMB, Va ; 0. T. Piu-k-. Tg., Vu., Peyton Parker, Index, Va?; B. If. rjkink? r A O?., Horn Neck, Va.; K. B. Muasleinan. Toiuca, Va, Harris it Crismonti, Spotsylvania, Va Our Agents are everywhere, don't have to wait a week or two fe>r 10 cents worth of -repair*.