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? AB letDKPJ i.SI'. IIS.? ONLY TRI-WEEXLY IN VIRGINIA. Cover, mote than tli:n? i"' the i?t. jr?l, 7th ?ml St h t I>iatrict?. an! ?_???? to ribers at nesrly 500 post other? Sabiorlptlen tl 50 Fir Year, in Airiic?. THA.NNII VI 1: V i I ?. For an, ?il- ? I 1 laaa.Ut?. BOe. mmt Bmb. ? "ra-llnif '.oOclOr. |.?-r nonpareil tin. flrst Inoorttt,.. .V. p.r line foreach ai.t.M-tjupntoa.. oliltuur1e...r Kcl'-rl terutln m-nU, .fa- . rh?r?f?l for nt ?>n?halt mu-a. I?>lfa>r. mimuBaB-tlBB m ????rU.las c?n Sltl.fas, 1er ?,flic?, mu.? I?. pi?M Itir. All communlr.tlon. of rvfTT eharacfa-r ? liouldlie a?i<l>j?-?M-.| to THE rKEE I.tM 1. Fnsl.nrli.-Mir.. Vs. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER J-".. 1902. Weather forecast for Fred ericksburg and Vicinity:* Tuesday fair. MPI.' ? ?n this Tilo?.?ay morningonr Agri ciiltnral Pair opera?, and irecordiallT iiml linearslj neleomenD who may com?' among-is?all visitor? srithin the gntsa of otircitv. We believe that then?' fairs. e-Iin -at ionall v coiiaidered, are prolific of mach good, nnd from tIn-Tii much profit will result. The farmer ?B.nglea ?nul ? ??niiniiigl.-s with his brethren o? that av.x-.it ion they learn from encfa other !? - neenanni. for-RM-aaBfalfarm-ng: they a?-?' t-hs working? of th.- latas! d nnil implements for labor ?avino- aii.i for making two alad??? of pr.-is.? grow yvhere one only g-rew before; they ????? n?'tv and imjirov. i benesfsj of rattle? ?nd learn bow they can I? j.rotitably r And then th? -wonders, of llglh llllllllll iiiathiiiistsar-f thrown into closer bb soeiatioti alnl contad with tin- men who buy nnd use the nares which they ?ell, aii.i the mer?-haut and irr,.. | ?mere. S. tbi? a-a?ndnrj>int these Fain shoald I.? I i I K>n? 1 i.v patronised and attended. and w? should not forget the ?how of hors?'? and racine: ,1 our horsemen to breed a better and higher grade ,,t horses, and : nothing srhlch pays better properly entered into with knowledge knowledge, at least, of the . I tut all people don't g-?. to Pairs, don't rOBMberetO l?''''l:it,i(tet). Many. v. ry many, i rSBM to 1: outing, to m?s't fr.eiitl? anil neigh? bors, nnd to have a ?oily good time ?then these lair? have thai depart? ment. A part of the plan is to enter? tain. So are hare music, ballot ?elision?, the hurly-burly and ;? nnmber of other thing? i'i thai line, which can only !?? seen t<> be properly ?h-.Til.tl. We eaj to all,wears glad a i unit' _rl.nl tt !??>? t liest ?irtly ?-oufrotii the fields itiis-t with his citJ brother and talk over the sitaation. spin ? yarn, and havea good, social time. loraaj what wemaj - a time to laugh, tobe marry, nnd here ami now i? the time and the place. The blttsbing bsnnty cast* bar dark bfne or darker black eysn1 ejee which msst hers, aatd than they t?-ll the same t'M story. The ?lately and'dig ni tied matron discusses pickles (?reserves with her friends who are in the sere and yellow (sat, and un? happy that tli?)J bar?- su, h sweetaiul sour things to talk about The man U'bind the In??' argue.? the point with the man Ixdiind the ? -militer. So BO m.-Uttcr for what y oil come, ami how Vu. get hers, WS are happy that you did ('(line. Sf.it a.? l:,:i_r.,.? yollplen.-e. you ?ire W"!i-oin?'. and when you go B**aj may your ImrfrsSBioni of " t a* old Ilurg'' U- of the very l?'.-t. so that \?>u will i oiue again and of tea and stay long, and while you are here re? member that you ?rill always bass a warm wel. onie at The Free Lance otlit f. STRIKE STILL i NSETTLED. Then? may Ik- Bome truth in Mr. P.ii'-r's claim that bs i.? the tnistee of the Lord. t?i?oratiiig ?i rnJIfond and producing coal nt tli?-sanie time, in violation of tin- ?aw? of IVniisvl mnhv He must i-?-rt;t;'ily g.-t his authority from a higher B?nrce thaa 1 he State, for the laws of the Stat? nn-. s-s'iiiingly. a nr'lity in b This l.'ing tin-rase, it is diitii-iili to understand why people are mai :ng such a fus? nimm the n.iircity of ?oui. Messrs. Morgan. P.iier. et als.. bring in partnership wit h tlielreu tor. ?in do no wrong, ami are not. a ordinary U-ings, bound to oba] any human regulations. Ibere remains, thnrefore, nothing to do but contemplate th> pleasant prospect of freezing to death tli.? winter if you eannot raise the money with which to buy t lie ?tic! for a sup ply of heat. Hut to be serious, the Pennsylvania authorities are not. it would seem. doing their whole duty in connection with the great strike, or it Would have been settled long ago. The laws governing the production of ( oal aro certainly not being enforce?]. or they are very defective to !?? thus shamelessly evnded by the hypo? rite.? aiii] roblar? who ( laim nnsoeiation. na did Cea-inr with Divinity. Then- is sometTiing wrong, n.tn\ the truth slioiild !? brought out by a searching investigation of the whole ni ri??t one . oiitlll. tts) ?>n the'"how it t ? ? ?I.? it" prituiplt?. with which j ?? people ?if this ??tiiiitrv liax.'i?!' busiasss ul mining anil lmuli. . "t might tM>t Is- a pleasant t' -?.but the public should derive great U'in-tit lr??in .m ?ration ? !...tli;. mV. - -iii?l n??t ??ne condorted ??n thsubow not ..ni.- x.-ry familiar. lu a les w.s-k- ,-it mont, it will la?. ii.st-ss.-ity to start iuruaexa,aad Urnes xvill la* tu? nuil to meet tb?? -Jemand Messrs?. Morir?n and l'cior art' assiim in?r :i frightful rvsponsibility in ?to lon^it!}, tbf strike. There ?an be Ht- ; ti? douta tb.-it tin? fault Has Lirjrcly , with them, as ? hwhlifllit ro?icasinnn on thnippnrl would let the tarn down ? I they would gladly rt-ttirn t" work. il .iti\i?'ty about itii is iti?ro.isi:i_. tviiil. I - f 1 Vim : is expending thousands ol dollars maintaining armed ?. prote : the property of rich corpora tions. cotnmoiily U?lit?vM to la? ?>?.? r ;itinvr ct?:il minos, iiipI at tli time acting ???-?? pabltc canms in OpSB violation ot the laws, and im? pudent .l.-iiaticc of the authorti - that ?--?-at ("oiiimt>ti\vc.''lth The conditions nrealiaoal iuti able und should not be permitted '.<> continue longer. The State or Na? tional Government should cospel tin? working of tin? mines, it neveai ander receiTership,nn til the operators and miners shall h ? beirdif- ' ? Tbe question is now a national one] as well as local one and unless sock ; on. thousands ?>f I tltltokl .liroll.v and - f'M attract the attention >?f r I ?*- ? wolnl. W. doubt if a ton of coal could In? bought in !>? d.Tii ksluiro: to day at any prie?-. It isn't here. Our! ? i..' _-??! it. (?nr oc'y hope I li??s ;'i tt?' an. -?tit s?*Oodp?*e to which of circumstances must rs m in? et <?r later ?Iriv. ?tttorae? General's Rulio. >ot Obserxcd at Hearl.n Soldiers'r?eme. teraiie of tli?-1 orafederate arm**', IssaaSsa of tbe Soldiers' Moment Richmond xx .-re allowed t lilC tbe o|iiriion of tiieatioi jey il. it h.. held tuat n<? 'itiiat'of a charitable institution could, under the .ustittition. r.-iristcr ?it hut other place than hi? fi.rtner n-n.lettre Tin ??.'.-in! at Shomeker'a predaet, where tbe vet.t.. - - -i-d of .11 .Vurkole. I?r. I. I*. Michaela aad A II Holderbj Jr The hurter arsaed with the .???ini.iti of theattora which was as -ked by m-veral well known offered a pr t\ A I' ??-.- m inuia' ? of the Bol : Home, made app':e:iti >n to resist ?r. Mr. llolderl.y earnestly ap|?-alcd to bis col? leagues to h?.'.p Imn carry out the victts nt the attorney general Be aafrsd thai . le ..f tbe Bn tun? that tin- matter might 1?- oseided l?> the iti'iiiiy e.i.irt. The other two member? ot tas hoard rafneed to to reglatar Mr. F se orto save a I -t ?f the reftistratioB. These two raembsrsbald that thej were bovad t.. - r the xi-tiTans under the sillier Bernard I*. Qreea died at the home oil his nephew, (??orge B Stone, at w .-irren ton l'ritliiy nitfht as tba result of a stroke ?f ii.iralysis lie was a Confederate soldier and aerved with the Black Horse dry Mr .1 11. Thompson.sonof Mr aad Mi?. J. Q Thompson ofOraaste count-.. died ol typhoid lever on Sept. 8th, in i'ik. ??onnty, Ky . what? ha xt.. sii??-ri'iteiiil(-rit of railroad construction. Il Mrs. John It I'age of \ i reir?a, died near Birmingham, A'a. Thursday Bbs was the ?vi.lnw of I'r. J. K. l'as?-, who - the Bostbas Railway aid a s.st-T of Mr l.iseph l'.r.nii OWBBT of the 1: kh un un I 1 itties. The renn were ' -terred nt (harlot* sv'"e. Ishaii Keith died at at los home near Wnrrvnton Friday, asad 69 y.-ars lb! was a brother of .luJiri? .lames Keith, president of the Virginia Coart of Ap-I jieals. Mr. Keith served through the i"ii H War as a nicinlsT ol the Black-I horse I avn'irt lb- is surtixed In his xx ??low, three daughter? and six sons. E.plosi.iO of Steam Peanut RoSBtST killstlne j Lady and Inju.ies Another. "Uiruuirh the explosion of a patent si ?am psaaal roastw Miss B?sale tic-} ?Iriith. of I'h.. hu... was i'istantl.x killed at the nu oer of lla*nand AtJantiratnula ;i Norlo**l, lriday iii" riKion. Mrs A. K. l'aimer ol l.axvreir t;'lc Va., another victim now l*ss at tbe point ot death at St. Vincent's llospiti?'. With n<? warn i-iir the explosion easaa Parts t>f the roast-r Were blown in exeiy direction. The sku" of Miss MeGratb we ? blown a'naost to atoms The braies were dash ??ti i Beer** d* setfoa and bystanders ti ere i-overed with blood. Colored Men to Appeal. A eossmittae has l?een appointed Irom tbe colorad toters of I'etersburi-; to goto w a-hinif ton to make as appeal to th? .National Kepul.lican Committee and aiso to Pmsidsnt Boose rait for help in their struggle with the white Bepahaea?eaad to line the exact statu? of \ ^?inia pob I tics. tio-.. rnin.nt Obs? natar? In Virginia. I'i... IT. 8, government has just com? plet.-il the purchase of el-ty acres of land ?r..m Mr llcris-rt A. Allen, situa ted on the lushest point of the line Uitlii?. near frappe, London county. Work will lit-xin at once on building for ,-ui obsi initory About $10,000 will la e\|>endttl in iini.roviiifr, the place killed la A Miae. Tbe ?Stack mine near ( ovint/ton. on tt.ec a (? I:. B, eased lasaddenl*- Fri day .?ini bur;. .I fouriie_rroes. Thei?- boil ies weic r??i-oteri-l i'li? other miuei? were lieinit paid off. and but lor this fait , the l<??*n of life mi^ht hate been -.?ranter. To Release llB.WM.0tM. Sei-rctary Shaw-, of the rreasiirj !??? p?o t merit. liu>utithori/.c?l the distribution in round numbers of Mii.oiiii.t.jn pub lie funds atnon-r tbe hanks throuKhout the country tt lileh have bonds available for serurify y 9 VIKdlMA MHS. il ha? !.-en las**?] at W ti throw* l'asti illc Norttiiimp p?o. Thersal?sae* ol Mi?? Lottw : hi Orange, ha? hssn ?old to Mia? Linie Matthew? t,.r | ?.oo l 1 S Sen itor Rol.-rt K Wither? ?f W y tl'ci ille. c?l?br?t?-.! hi? ci birthday nr.nit. t?.tri i -day Mim Si,n, wall I ?.-k???n wi'l alisad . .-n ti?. n o? I he . ire in i.-i Imughta r. of th? t'.mhsl. :- r s P.. I" Garn** lia? sold bis farm, I'm? !n." near ? 'at lei ' ?. ?', siBast county . t? l?r. w. i Irensutwesl .irgias \ ? K. I". I ?car fermaib> of Pablas i.tuttty. n. .'iit'y rsaWaed ? ?OO.OOO from - . ? of mineral Pi...Is "i llie I P. !". Bsritasr, ha? boaghi th* i S He?. I,v firm n.-ar Mill?n?) l-ainnii'-r county, t t?ii'.r?iiiie ? | f.?r two tliotisantl d??"ar? ('apt .i 11 Whsaltoa k?ft r>i?l.? ?one three irceek? tootfag the West la the int.- \\ healfoa Ptit-kiug (?, _\ ?rvini i Qtissa. Hna. W A. Joaes,spokeal Moatrosa. S'ptt-rnt? r_'J Curt dm and isannonne >sl to speak ;?t Sahni.-i. Wnlncsd.-i ? temh. r 2 1 ( OUI i i M'?* IWs." Ay'.'it. has !? ?po?i?<?r for th" l tr-d Con?rnH??ioiin. I'i? t-i. t to tin ??rand Camp of VetstBBS at w \tht-t"'e ? ?ctober _-.l pol.-rtd "am, color I, whteoat hunt 't?o m \nr ampio* ciinty ti.-?? fata'ly ?hot. The shooting was done by a cm pa 'linn autl B n- ?i i i,lent?'. Wesley flic?- - ? ssamarsd lo ba?g at I.misai 11 un the ?hinl day of ?October H.-tti" (?? th. ?irst tt hit? man e i er hung in Lou'?a Cos I I. Kockwe" a we" known business man of I**tetBb*rg. wa.? asphyxiate?! i?y Uhtmmating gas ?a his apartment al ?the Hot -i Johns,m. \\ aabiagtoa, Friday. Ifoakag** has appointed William P. Pitt?.?>f Accom.i. .nid A. (1 Willi?, ol Lignum. C*lpeper county BBtWO of the ? lo the National Pariiier? Ooa !?e held at Mneon. ??a.. <>ct. T to 1". 1901. ?apt. Joseph Smith, the ?f < In.'tie comity, hi held that . ??? the! i ' War He ?ras appoint ?l ander m-Htar/ rule, aad - bean elect il by the people at ett-ry term IIny.ir Hidtlick of Norfolk, declared a true?"with I'r ( 1" Newlc'l health or rb-er. ? I "1 ?n ? si hiin?.-'! f or is threat-asd bj theCoaac?, - with the with'fr.-itv.-'1 of hi? pou,'-t.? nppo'it tin- Health Commie ?oner. The V'-c'iiii I't'iiKs -nit it- A?or talion of H-isliiiij-t.'ii has r -lee' d I ?r K N. llarj?-- as its ?'resident ( of. Hnri? - is a ine.iib.-r of Hot. Moatagsm*? staff ?dation wa* oegaelsed ;-i li*i*0 *?ad h- about 11'" menil.-r* in the l-i-tri t The ?-,iiiun-s.itttial eampais-i :'i the I" th tlistrict is tie" under way. lion i \ Sunn?.m who Im? represented the i' -trt-t ?iiiee I80M, ha? repeatedly chai ksaged his opponent Ho* It. A Hath?, i nt :i ??? r.h*"eajrs ha? lici'ii ,Its-lined. Mi-? Momie Armstroaar.of Watwloo. 1 as (?en appo"u ? l mai'! of hoaof ant! M ? i ?their I m Boltsmaa of Jeffs** ?a ??.m th.- Eighth c.in-in-s? i.iiiiii l?i?ti '-t to the A -?m?.?! t ?rand ?Camp t t ft i? ' -lerat ? \ ,-? ran?, which ?'" as -,,t W ythet ''e. t ?et -'Jini n?".t. A r s-pilon wi | -1 ?unlay evening at the borne ol V". Win. A. Itucker in honor to Mr. ami V ??. WJn. P i bo M it 1 last satt:- , a trip to Ci ?adaconseqseat upon the*" it- hrsg at ' rbe-ina the 4th :-ist ihe ho fOWd 1 With friend? aad relative*, aad ?'" steasid Impreassi ti .th the fact that the groom i? lo be i oBgialnlalil npmi hi? taptore a fair , n'ltl a--coiiip''shctl daughter of oh! Mid , tiles?-. ? \\ ai reatos \ irgiuian. QENERAL NEWS. The Postotflce l??-|?artiiient will ask for ? 1 _'.tino O'in for rural fill ilsilrinj malms neM j ar. sveretnry Bhaw laaspeech atChieago, offered reeiprixity a? I he remedy for tariff troiitiles. Treasury ligure? show that the bank deposit? of the people of the I nitet! BtatM aggregate $* lOO.OOO,.?.an average of >!(?? per capita A i Id it ions made in July sn el led then uni I er of Bam*? on the BssaBOS r.dl? lieyond ihe l.oOo.ooo mark Prc?ident lk??..?evelt. in a ?peeeh in ? in citinati, ?aid that rmaagas it tin? t.inii ttoultl not remedy the tru?t etil. Senator W . E Mason ha? ?l'I.ill to end the coal ?trike. ami tvnnts th?- Presitl. nt to call Congres? in ?pecial ?essiontn pas? it. A monument cn-cte?! on (ietty.burg battlefield to the memory of (?en. Henry W. SliM-iiin yvaadedieated Pritlay. Mayor Beth Low. of New York, wa? the chief speaker El-Gov. Ilontee Bofas, in hi* letter ac? cepting the l?,-ino?-rati?- non??nation for OOBglSH in the Thir?! Iowa di.trict sp?-aker Ileiiilerstin'?distrit-t)*ay? he will make tariff reform the ?oh? issue. Pi'presentativt; Joseph W. Pabcock. chairnian ol the Itepnhliran 1 ongression ai Campaign Committee, will lie a can? didate for the Speaken-hip of the Ilonse in the event of Pepu'olicnn victory next NovemlsT. MARPIAOES. V-. .lame? A. Pri/endine nnd IfrSBUa brivlla liny e? wen? married at PaolVt ro?? I toads church, in bTsbbx county, Se[?t in l?;r K?th. Mi?. Adalle Harri?, o! (,'harlot''?ville Bad Mr. Harry W. L"ake, of ?iordon? liile. we ? niariied at the home of the bride'? parents. Thursday, lt"v. Hernard P. Smith, olliclating. The marriag?? of .Mis? Mai i Paudolph lb ks, ilaughtM-of l?r. It I Hick? t.? Mr I' Scott t'ait 'riaannoiiste.1 to take place Wftinesilay, f rctol-ers.at St. .fames Epis? copal Church. W'arrenton. Mis? Hick? is a niece of Pishop Itandolph. 1. u lout, Kepublicaas biNtrsct for Cspt II Zereia. The Loiitltiun liepublicans in conten tion at Purcelliille. O.U .?septemls'r 13th instructed tlteir dcli-unie? to the congres ?ional convention at Alevnmlria on Set? terni? r 2."?th. to vote for Capt A L It tli /erega. of i?>udoun. for the nomina tina for Congress from the Kighth l?is trict. I?; kILLLD IN Till STAUI Jest Send? StBtpsH?? to Soaker w ?skie.iea The ?real loss of life in thi staiu|a.slrnt lliriiiinghnui Ma . I'ritlay alpha, which follnwtsl a .?ippoiaasl i-rt ol lire ill the , tow.!..I ne-ro . hurt It xvht-re the Nation a' Ne_;ro baptist l'?.im-liti??li mi? ill .. t- now fully Ittiott n l'art kiilarta ?dl he found ou lirai |>age Booker I' VVashiugUtn r-ereiredtbelol lowing telegram Irom l'resi,' ret? i -n. innate ? ? Sept -'? Mr Booker T a'assdscttts I am shocked and horrified by tl ? aster at I'-inninghaiii. and .lesire t. press my great _rtcf at th?' sad loss ot lii?- - raed) ?I'lllMlKiKl ltt?t?sl\ 111 i ' . rep'i it .1 - - r.imi'Ugli-un. Ma . Sept 20 : 1're.i.ient Tbf>odo**s Bo use salt i ?nr ja-ople most grateful T>. you for t -iir kind ?unis of sympat'it i tt the matter of the terrible calamity xvhirh has betauen so many of our ra?? Evert thing possible is Iscinir ?lone by both whits aad coksred eitiaeaa to help Ba*> niinghani city otlicials have bees Bust thoughtful ami generous [wStTCOWd at Birr tins ? a- ? rd -t ijorderly. I*he .lisuster g-ren ...it ol one ol those incidents Which it tt , most -- to forcsav. BOOEGB T. w \siliv N, tt Jumpint K.-Cord If the Bnts Mawr. l'a. Horse Shoe Saturday Hsatl -rblooaa, the World'a rspios high jniapar established t 7 left ?" inches .?ter ihe bars. T_e Wise Man Provides usinai the rainy ?lt\ bypat tinj; asi.'.e 1 li? tis. Ksittet fire by carrying insurance The Georgia Home t'an't be lu.-.it lor Hottesl Payments and L'W Rat??3. Rowtett & Gooliict Agents, l-"re?lericksbura \' _ni ^_> I ?~**? y REDUCTIONS! V. : our ln-avy FALL GOODS and have cut <.ur already low prices in every line. CLOTHING! n.1 anything in this line, you won't '1" yoorsell j ?u see us. Hammocks arid Croquet Sets. \V- liav?' a few Hatn.-ii "cks left. which we will sell at a big reJucti"ii ; also, Groqnei Seta very -.-1 SHOES. W.? have gotten another lot of Shoes which we will sell At Half Price. $1 Oxfonls and Slippers, 50c. Men's Oxfords at great bargains In fact, you will find greatly reduced prices in all lines. .Call and try the lowest price bouse in this section. BOSTON VARIETY STORE OOMMEMS tfnBET. ? o ? t- _-_ e o o ? ? Hoyal Worcester CORSET is acknowledged to he the greatest corset. This great corset is commended at the Mighty Cash Corner. We carry a com? plete line at all prices. We have a little lb ^rt waist beauty at ?r)0c. To g?? the very heat comet it has to be a Royal Worcester. If you have a little money to sj?end and you want it to go a long way, then then- is hut ??ne place to spend it, and that is hero?at the Mighty Oaih Corner. We have a very large, lull hleached, ready-made sheet at 45c, and a very large, full hleached, ready made pillow cuse at 10c. A great many bargains will be shown here this week, as we .ire cleaning up to make room for our Mammoth Fall Stock. Don't forget UM? BANNER PATTI-illX-S at 10c and 15c. The October Fashion Sheets are ready. Call and get one Iree of charge. C. Frank Timberlake & Co. E. T. It.ik.Ts old Stand, Market Corner, Wf*4tr\t*ak*ae% Vu. AUTUMN'S ARRAY Latest fashions. Fall's fashion lights op every line of goods in our entira establishment Bvery deitartment complete with the corred things tliaiaretob? worn We have never mad?? stich far reaching preparations, and sjre far bettor preparad than ever to supply every reasonable want This Great Collection of FALL Styles have been carefully culled by our bayert from the large stocks in New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore alter weeks of diligent searching, A surpassing showing of falls choies Silk ai?d Wool Dres? fabrics in the newest weaves are ready loryoor inwpection. This falls showing will eclipse anything we have %?<?! shown in .-?.. i r ih ii i m K n y ?? " aaa ? i aa i - ? a \^ *___-_ In other st ?re? an exhil ? old ?be classe?! an opening, but the formal opening here will t? une late- A F the advance styles of ladies new tailored suits can be n?en at this store. Several m ?dels ?tr from the leading styles. Our large line of ladieatop skirts embrace a great variety of styles in walking skirts ?and drees skirts from $1 ko $10 each. Over twenty new styles in ladies Mick and colored silk shirt W?*ists to select from. STYLISH WRAPS tor ladi< . M ?" A b?g sto k ' ityles to select from, An elegant line of Now don't think that there is time enmgh to buj fars, ?and let others get the pick of these great values. Our new line of Lace Curtains, Draperies, Rugs, fry curtains, table c n is, table linens, napkins-, white qnilts, blank- is. bed conforts are far more extensive and attractive than ever, and are oilers no housekeeper can aflbed t?> overlook. Fall's new attractions in Men's, Youths' and Boys' CLOTHES. Tliis line includes some of the 1 ? -f i sdy made clothes obtainable, and is l>y fur the largest line we bav< ever exhibited. ?Every man ai make a good selection from this line. Boys'box suits ,? Norfolk suits, boys luits.boys* seik*?e suits from 75 cts. up. Th?* newest cnts in men's and month's soifs Largo lin? of stylish men's and hoys' |>ants. Const.lt this line before buying This great stock inclod 'hing in ?EVERYTHING IN WEARING APPAREL men's furnishing goods, et ery man, woman and child, and end ?races ?necessary t'v<> ? -.- t.. old age, and covers a range of p.Uvs that comes within the compass every parse, .and every purchaser is protected by having the purchased price of any artich? bought at this store thai does not prove satisfait <>rv refunded. Calland view tliis great collection of TAlili C?rlUOlDii I ??-?-?p..,?.- ?.. ?.-'.-!.;?..'.;??-,?. .!.-;.t-> - 4/a>\. ?s.? ? ? ? ^ ? > ? . ? ? ?. the T. N. BRENT store Fredericksburg, Va. Several Thousand Dollars -WoUTH OP NEW FAhh GOODS -AUK BEING OPKM'.P THIS WEEK AT IE. W. STEARNS' Enterprise Store. ?*to*^%-B-B-s-*-B-s-B'-a*Ts'1a-a'l Furs. Plonks. Tailor Stilta, Ores? Fabrics, Trimmings, Lag? Curtains. Draperies. Portiers, Table Covers, Table Linen?. Space forbids. Come to see thin elegant Brand f4ew Stack. E. W. STEARNS Next to Postoffice.