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a..Mn~1 al lt.- I ...t ..t,i..- ?I Kr..l.rl. . V? . a? aarotl-l . taaa mull.? ??111. fRlRWKSBURG HND PO? R'IIROKD. ?aBSB*aBBBsaaaaaaaa-d -"?"?. ivu-j LIA? r ?HUT.? ?Ill, Si,- A M. .lalljr. Ntoya ?.il ?'a-tial al III, ,?,ii m Mui.l ?>? -ill.? N.. local atolw ta.uaA. M Baadayaoaly st,.,.s.... alllroot?. \.t??la.W?.l>? W .??? -r. ?,-, , . ?_ M ruma.-., aixl IN?, ...man t.. 11 v at. dally, aatopl H.laj ou alannl al Brook?, A ?tula w ' ?Jiuiull. .? ? li.r-. A,. ..l.i.k. I 4B I* M dalty ?na,?* Bsadaj stopa 7..: |? \l Sally. BtopaoaaiBTaalaC Brook? au.I WM.w.itir. T.?c a. m., iiaiir. Ko local ?ti.|>a. M m r M dally SCopa oa aiioalat Vr.KiAr, aride w .?????. aad tjaaaCCr, ?>u Bt*j al ?t ' ?'.iii.i.i .-n suii.iiiv? ....i, l , ,\ , H'.. . .1 S ",7 A \i ?1 ." ? in?- m. amoad Ar?.,iiiiii..?lall.>u Mat??all atop*. rt m i M. d .m Mi-.ill.- i ..??i Mae Crolu BCopa aBatlBord, lloawell ?n.l ?-I. laad, ?l.u.i. aad oa aiir.uii ,.t otaae local . bom ?>" sbm i y - ?alj ?? i?i a.ht. dalli .ii.'i.i Baaday. Mac. a ?rai >|..|M ou ?la-nul u i,7 !? m dally s A L II ila BCopa oa .laiial it Mllt..r.i. D. - l.'.J?. I? m. .lull/. Sou ill, . n Rallwaj trulu M -t.Um. B.aO r M lui!? Min.11. . .mat l.lnr trittii m..|.? ni n.ma.'ll aad Aahlaad ?'. ... i? m dally, ktaaaa local - aiaraai. H :i.-, I-. M .latir s,?nl...,?r.l Mr t.In? train. . n.mw-..|l nii.l Aahlaad ??? aUraal. ?.....m.....lull.... train *????* Rk.mi * 1? M .I'illr .?? .'l>t Suli'll?>'.lirrt?.? I - t.urn ?I l<> 1?. M ?' ?' COX. Aient, v. P TAYIX>R. Traffic ataaasei M H IHK !.. 1,-l.rrH.I M? K. T. l). ?l? BKS, Pnaldaat POTOMAC. FRFDER1CKSBURG AND PIEDMONT RAILROAD. ? lia f..r 18-03. N., 1 It Arr N.? ?. h .... ^ ,,, Prvderlelcabara ?'< ' ?'? r "' K 11. a, m \M " . i ni Ml...- K..a?1 ?I .'??'. V '.i H:j:i a in Rol -' M I' n> . . See ?in.?..!!!? Alrlcta H ;l.-, a Ul Fill" H.lu n ?i Rruel J '--? p !n fila mi '..-?a ...m r? tu I'.rl" ?i 1" |t m V ,li a, ?i N.? 11 <.?>?? UilH a> m 1 IB p :.. B J>? a in ..1? 1 ?'>?"? |. in ?::is a m rarlll. I ?fl p m U ?i a m la Pay? ? u I:1S p ?>? 10:Oa a m I Bloavlll* 1?>: 1C a in N?. 1 - " P m lo:S4 am - 1:1:40 p m l ...c.. n m i ?raaaja < I CoBBartlol - lt., F. a r n i<. an?i a tirana.- will, s.iull.ir.i It K an.I ? Ohio It It The only Una to th?? i'tiaii.? r?.r?vl!> ami Wll.lrrn^.. liatllen.-I.I? Kaalrrn sta?,!?r.| I In?. 1.; ?V II RK II m:h ?Tratn Ko. Il l-n?.-.i i, , ta aaaB ?eaSa ai ? P m ? do vor? Want Information? ? mai] to ns, How- much will it cu--', t" insure tin s roof for f.for one year. Bi^nc?!. I' O Ht-ml t?? Rowl 'lrifk, Grdorgia Home [1 < ' . Frodfrirltsl :??.-. Y l3o,ooo $30,000 TO LOAN! In saaaa to suit, on l?olh City nml Country Property, upon easy terms and at 6 percent interest. Con ault your own advantage by corresponding with 'SAAC H'RSH PrsalSant -OR HAUnf*: HIRSH. Sooretary Merchants' and Mechanics' Perpetual Building and Loan Association, of Fredericksburg, Va. 3~<6m. $26,500 TO LOAN $26,500 THK I NT ?PRISE BUILD I NO ASSOCIATION offers money t: loan on their liberal terms, in sums to suit, from (too up, on city and country property. Apply to HENRY WlSSNER. ?????aidant 819 Main Street, Frederickshurg, Va. jeis-bm. HEADQUARTERS FOR BUILDING MATERIALS. I keep all kind? of North Carollaa nnd Virginia Luinla-r. drt'Hae.l aad aadreaaed, Sliiniilen, I.atlm.Siish.Doora and Blinds, I,inie,t'eiiieiit.t'iiliiiie Pbcater, Plastering Hair. Building ami ('living Brack, Tin and Iron Booiag,C?Bt nnd Wire Nails, all kind* Beady Mixed Paiatfaad l?rv Paint, Linsee?! Oil, Tur|n?ntine, I?ryer \nrnisli and Iifffiii'ii White I^-n.l, 1','unt llni-die? of all kind?. Wiinlow QleSBiaad 1'nttv. Huildera' Hardware ,?1 all kind?. I.ir Itiuititiir and Stieatliiii)- l'aja-r. Keep lanre ?toek of Sewer ri|a? and Fire Clay Pipe. E. 0 COLE. e. G. HEFLIN. ARCHITECT and BUILDER will furnish plans and specifications and take contract* for all kinds of building work. All work guaranteed to be satisfactory. A sample of my work is the Enterprise Building. Cor? respondence solicited. cik: n.Yii.NTS. NKwS OF ?Kl IIIKILksBtKli CM? ViCINITl liatbcre I M?r? ???* There B.* Tl* rre* Laace Krparler?. Mr ftsorga iTarres of i*a Y? hfra J w". II ;.r,<?lag fr??iu lier la'? Mr Rest>*fl < lar I ?it in? Ii.iii..' ?... I r.'.i Vnne at \ baad .?i ' through the lor III?? Hi: Mr U I r,.i.i|.t.in ?I id.. ,ity I" ??., win, baa been rery sick is improving. Kerry ?ma r-?t i,n:?-?1 scat ? ?ail '?? I ?iii'|iii?rii.iiiity. Mr .1. I'ailor Thornton of IVII.-llrov?-. ?rgl? lollllty w ,IM in the . ,t\ yea tenliiy. Miss ll.iilie E Cbiebestsr, of Stuffi.nl. i? riaiting her ?i-t?-r. Mre. Joba La>wia,at Betbesda. Md. \|. sara I. aria i 'o.i.Idiu aad John <?. Uooldln. ?>I < iiroliiie, aera rieitora to tli?? eit.v Thursday. Mr .1 II Blaekley. a prominent mer .?.uni m I'eiiol.i wasa risitor to tbe . n? Thursday. Mrs, -I I*. BoUaday and daughter, Mi?a l.ii.?y Ifaaos Holladaj-, were rkritorsto th.?. ?tv rbarsday. Misa r.ln.'i Arin'1'1 r.iiitiiiue? quite sick ut i lu- Kmitbsonia. lier mother I summon??,! In re. lie? lir T. 9. I'unuw.'iv will jin?ii.-li lit tie? Baptist .'luiri n Sunday in tin? iil? seace ol Re? l?r l H Dill. Mr. i liir-ii'-e I'. Hi.ks. ..I Rappaban n... I. leadcmi waa s risitoff t?, I'm Owen l.a\ toll an?l Net tie Powell. I.otli i,l S|i. .t-vl v.-Hiui county, were lie? mart*] in Washington rVedaeeday. alias Hdea Baraey basretaraed home from BloemoBt Loodoon, where abe haa beea (..r two months anraing ? i . - will be In !?l nt i i.ii.n t bapel, near tli. Summit Siiii.luv in?.ruing at B. Mr ill Pleraon s ill offleiate. lark, colored daughter of Mar-; tha ? lirl. died at the borne ?.I her moth- : er here \ enterday HHilllllH.Bg.il 1 ?'? ? ears. Col I II <;?i?l?l iiii.l Bberifl Beaalei ol Annapolis, M?) . were here Thur?daj looking over the Virginia Brich i ... a ,.l..,.t Mr* James Sprunl ..I Wilmington. N. ? with 1er a? un? -t ol her ?ist-T Mr- i harte* Il llurkainp at Boa eobel, tin- weak, It. \\ i Webb, the reteriaan aar Thure had hi?? Jaw hi ihia In- fare s ?- ! a '.'y cat. .|?r. W \ liordon, ol Oraagi . letit that be waa abl U> coste to the citj Tbaraday. . .lam.all. P. Grsenhow, a weU knouu and hbtb -mer liv? ing near Stafford < i laeeday ara. Mr I in,h < ; - (?asaca 1 Vangban, of Shuntan, se coon Hi t h at Bowling ling. m Photo graph ol yoursel! The Fredsriefcsbara. Davis Photograph Gallery i- preparad! to make anv size or si > le ?mi inav de . Miss N.-'.iie \ i arneal. of Lent, Caroline county, who ha? !??*en attending the Bowling ?ir.?en graded acbool i-now a atndenl at tbe Female Normal School at l'ariu? Die Mr .1.. In ti..n. er for W. II. r.i.e e\.'.iitor..f John llay.loii. on Thursday, ' ? t 30tb, a l"t ni iintii|iie forniture, leatbee tisla. te lien.i hi- a.) Rev. It l W. Roaabro, of tliiacity as i iateii ni the marriage at Petersbarg <?n lay of Mr Oeorge Bryan, ?.f Richmond, aad Miss Page !'? Osborne, of I Vtersbarv. Revival tier i fees will begin at SaJem lt:i|iti-<i Church, at Sparta, Caroline ???unity. ?in Sumlay. It.?? I' B. It? ale. of King iitul ??ui-.-n.?? ill assist Rer. Andrew Br-oaddaa, tbe pastor. Mr. U I.. Biaeoe, of thi* dtj, in Imild ing for the shirt Factory al Urbaaaa water works excasiatiaa of a lO.OOOgal Ion elevnte.l t.'ink. steam pump, ?v?- The work la aader tbe aupervialoa of Mr. A I', \le\ander Always n complete aaaortcaeal of tbe best of ever? thing in the drug line at , Hall's I'ruiT Stur.', also hair brashes, toilet aaacp, elegant parfuaaer/, tine stn lionery amt toilet good*. Hawkes* ?-ele bratsd apee tac lea alwaya ; Rar. Dr T B Tbaatee, ..I humille, waa here Thursday aigftt and paid aal iitti.-ial ?isit (o the I un m iinler? here aa tbe represeacatire of tks Oraad Com ?minder of the st.ile He Iliad?? a tine, speech which waa higbly complimente?]. George Wright, adopted son of Mr. aad Mrs ( ie.irge i i.iiil.lnian. n lad atnmt ; Itlyeata earl, while pfcariag yeateraayl ninrning. fell on a piste of ghiss and Ida ! arm ?wich eut severely to the li??ne. Hr. J W. .1. I'hewnihg aetced the injured meni l?er. Nile* r.mii'.a Baseler, n very eoaipeteai an?l ? ?perlenced lires? Maker Iuih charge of tbe "Ready Mad??" DepawtaBaaa at C rT.Joaea*, I adha' Tailor marta acsia. ' Bsparateskirts l'.o\('nfttn,' .MonteCarli? ' : viTTthing BBw i? to licfound at C. \\ .loiu'M t'neh store. Foot Ball. The foot-hall tram of l'r??ilerii?kwtinrg College will ?n to Aahlaad Moada] BTaa? ing t<> play Randolph Macoa. A game will la? piaved with tlampden-Bidaay oa the ground? here in a ahort time. MRS MOKVIS Ml MflU Urcal Improvtmcat lo Ike Charit) S?kool Bulldlat ''rs. T K Morri- of ? made a handsome donatiou t.? lbs Kpie copal Charity Bebool here, she ha?, ut arged and haautifli il the buildiasi by having I.nil? mi addition it! tvi o larg.- r?i?,tiis s bath room aad an ?nl porch. This adda Kreativ t?, I >r| of the lnin,lles Usi.lt? ??. ? f the I,ml?ting The w?,rk MS cost ..??'r -I iMHi an I waa doaa by Mr r P Baaaiaa, lbs arell Ultra? tor Dcmovratk Speaklnjc ia taroliac Mr <'. it Coaway, Beerstary ,.f the I?. luorriltic ?,'tinty Committee, of 1 .iri. ime eoilitty. aaaouaeaa that ha? in. eared the sarvices <?i Senator vVaa. P I'.arkailal.? Il.ui t liarles M. Tallara. lion D. H. I'owers. .Ir and other? (?uti In? M|M?aking will be keM at the loll, i phi. es on .lays ami hoars nam??l Pa? I ri.lay. ? let. '.1st. at 1 I a in BhamaaaviUe- Friday, Oet .'list, at a P in. Milfor.i ?I rid?y. net :!l?t,at T 80 p. m. Baity?Saturday, November .' Il a m Weich- Saturilny. .Nov. 1st. nt _' j. m. Oataeya Uaturday, Nov. ember 1st at 7 p.m. Howling i.reen? Saturday, November 1st. at 7 p. m. I n.ur?i?it From the Kappahaoaock An ?'N.'iirsion I..r the baaaflt ?,I Blisaioaa ?.f l!ss,\ ,-,unity arrived hers W'edneed ?y bight by Wietiis Line steiuu'T and Spent Thursday There were about oaaaaa <tn ?I |M'?i|ile in the party, and tiny made many purchases from <?ur uier.'hants ?luring their stay. Hood Mule Trade A luirse aad mule trade took plateaba l'ill-ohm? a lew days ago lor the mule the party got two horses, a eow.a sjiring wagon an.I harn-se. oaa ?lundre 1 head ol rabbage, t???' bushel* of potatoes, astaek of fodder, a watch and two dollars and Bftj ?seats la Barb. Iilrnrd Snellings Dead From Cppoplct? Edward SasUiags ?lied ?.( appopiezy suddenly w hile sitting in his room at the borne ol his son. Carter Soel?aga, in Knl inouth. Thursday nikliit aged ?'.". years. II.? was a I OBBBderate soliiier and leaves oiie .laughter and live sons DEATHS l liarles II Dowas, of Mi'idlel.urg. pr? ? ' prietor ??! tbe MMdleburg Inn died M Ins boms Tuesday ol typhoid lever, aged a willow nu 1 . ne ehild. Lewis Ruaaldue, sert ion foreman for tbe Southern Railway, was killed la? tweea Fairfax aad Clifton while trying t., remove his ?.?ver ear from tbe ralla to avoid a collision with a freight train il* leaves a widow ami two children Thomas I'. ( arr. of i.ouiloun. who waa the ohlest commissioned officer of tbe I it- war ?u that section, died su. I. le illy of heart failure Tuesday at his home near VVatertord, aged 70 years He leave? three sons. Mesar* Ituford, -Archibaldaad Herbert ? arr, .nul one daughter, Mrs. K?mest Vaaskekler. .lu.Ige Henry W I'l.uiriioy. ..I I'ariu ? ill,?, ?lied ?iidili-uly l'lnir-.l.iy in Houston Texas; of heart faiiure He was formet Ij S. i-n-tiiry of State of Virginia, mid at nine of ala death was president <?f tbe At laut ie und Pacific Oil ( otnpaay, whoee large holding ia Texas ha was looking aller. Judge I'lnurnoy s body will be brought t<> \ irginia f?,r burial -M the Oper* House. play, "The Hoar of Nine." of th.? Peruchi Beiden i i lompaay, to la- praseated Bt tbe Opera House Monday night, is ol |M???uliar interest, as it deals with the Boxer uprising InChiaa a couple of j ago The itiani-e is offered of seeing the B of this period from a eiunfortablr. chair, Instead of journeying to far-off China, and running the risk of la-ing be headed. The compaay has the sole right for this part of t heeouniry for this great play. A complete eeeaic equipment is carried Ladies ara a.lmitt.il b-eeafoav liay night when aeeoinpaniisl by up? holder ?>f a thirty-cent seat eoapoa. Specialities of a high oeder between tin Mr. Kilmond Harrett takes the lending male part, that of an Ain??riean mining engineer, who is in China on liusi ness. and who. in order to shield his friends and the girl he Ihm s. heeomes a -.?It-constituted courier. Iiringing relief to the Ix'sicged. The hanging, by his own devilish device, of thevilliaa.ieaaid to Ix? B most r.iilistie hit of stage craft. Reserved seats now on sale at .lohn? st, m ,v Pearaoa'a I'rug store. LOCAL MAKKKTS. (Corrected by Simon Hirah ?v. Bro.) Wheat. 7 1 to 7?-: corn. ?;.", to 66; meal, fl t<> to fl.?O per 100 pounds: oats. Hi to BO; fowl? (live), '.' to 10 ; turkeys (live), s to 10 : docks (live). 8 lo I?; Spring chicken?. '.i to 1 I pound ; lard, 1 1 to I:.' ; egg?. 20 to -M ; hutter, 10 to 16; hams, 1 l to 16 ; Irish potatoes, lo t<? BO ; sweet potato?-?. 40 to SO; beef 4 to ">; veal,5to6; pork, 7 to 8: hide? (green) 5 to <i: hides (dry), H to Hi; baled hay, f 14 to fit! j?er ?on. Wool?I:nwashed, 1!? to 20; washed, 24 te 20. Iveaf Sumac?."?0 to *',0 cents per hut - dred pounds. THK GKAIN MARKETS. The grain markets closed yesterday a* follow? : | Chicago?Wheat. Oct. 71: I????-. 7 ?_'?,: Mav 7".',; corn. Oct., 57; l>ec, ."il1,: oats, o,-t.. 81. New York ? Southern wheat, 77 , corn, 60kJ Baltimore?Southern wheat. 74 to 7",; Southern corn. <'.?. to 60. lliihmond?Wheat, 70 to 78j corn, 68 to '.'.i; oats. .",?'! to ."i". i ?Vlexandria?Wheat, 71 to 72; corn, ?!."? I to 66 THE CIMul GORDON & GABNEH NATIONAL BANK, FREDERICKBBUKQ, VA Dsposits Solicited, Negotiable Paper Discounted AU Correspondence Promptly Answered in sealed Envelopes. Handsome Lithographed Check Books presented to each Customer Merchants' Business Cards placed on their Checks. BANK OPEN FROM Q *. M TO 5 *?- M la Nsaer ef ?Usa Hm? of Staffer? ?-ml Mrs liar ?ave ,i ibhghiful "Surpr ti si thtir beautiful horn,-. Kis-k Hall, couatj Wedaea honor ,,l their g ford,Va \t i? itsrspslrsd to the ilu.uig room, where a awn aunper <raa served, ? ?insisting of all ihe delie.-ieies of the season. About"." .v.T. present VmougthoseIromad ?.-r.- MiBsee laaptoB, of Barry Tilla Mies I Maker j?,,?l brother, Messrs >? n.lcr Suintiiii l'.ui.t. \lr and Mr?. Harry t lui.Is Usa Heeeball aad ?ister?. , ofBtepheaeoa Messrs Wm I ??tot, ller is-rt ami Chart ? r, of Rippoa, By Viiuchiae. Miss, s Dutt, nr ?ora Wbstssl Virginia and Mary und l.mui.i Wright, ol ?A a les? ?lie. kfasic and game? were indulged in until a late hour when t., guests departed for tat Ir homes, having sjs'iit ailehgtitlule? cuing. Miss ??ray will Ira es cor l'rotit Boyal Sntiirdu.,, much to the regret ?,i tbe many friends she has inade in I'mlcriek ! sh.? will al?.? visit trien.l? in Baltimore aad ?\ ashing ton ?m h??r retara boaae Telephone Llae Nearin?- Completion Mr A. r Turner, of Port Royal, wa? ? ia the city yesterday and sai.l that the telejihone line between Tappabaaaorkj nnd Predericksharg waa rapUly Hearing ciiin|i|,'tion U .?rk is being .Ion.? from nearly half way between the two plac s I'hones have in.i put ill nt Caret and Champlala and the line tinished at this end to Moss Neck and at tin? other end in i a lew- mil.?? of Tappabaaaoek. Tbe coa-1 tract lor jedes Basbsea male along the' entire route. It i? i ontidi-ntly expected th.-lite willls- completad beton lar 1st liallaa Couat Walklot Par a Water. I'ount Delia OeaesbraP?galoBaleador. a nobleman of Italy, i? making a tour of tin? world II?' was hen- Wednesday and left for Richmond the ?ame evening Be i~ to ? alk over uinei'iiiinlries for a wager of$20.0O0 He left Komi.? last yea- an I must complete tin-journey iathreeyears. It i-? a coaditioa that he must do tbe tour without asking tor anything t.. drink, lb- is b prominent member of tbe '?'Iks. who pay him attention wherever \\ bile her?- be paid his respects to Mayor M I!. Willis aad Cap? S .1 <'iiinii. lire In kini (jeorfe The r? si?1? n.-, ..f Mr. Charlea Jettand family, aear (.resalas ? Wharf, in King Qeorge county . I" longing to Mr?. Lucy Alt w. II. ol W ash in g ton waa to'ally ?!?? BtlOyed by tire Sunday night All the furniture belonging t.. Mr- attwell which ?vas stored in the boeee, eras burned, but Mr. Jett aaved tba moat of his own There was no insurance and the loss is heavy Bitt.?t ol the Siacoa. Mr. C T. I'urks. of King li.orge. brought a ssreef [lotato to The Free Laace yesterday which weighed lOff jiounds. It was the bigg> st *iv,i here isoo. aURffUOfS. At the Baptist < bureh at M Wedaaadaj Miss Kathleen Cook Sinclair became tbe bride ol Mr Kojrrne RellUM dings. Rer. Mr. TralnhaBi "luiatwi. Mr William Jeffries, of Itappabannock County, aad Miss Ida Logan, daughter ofJoeeph Logan, of Lnray, were married at the bride'* hume in Luray Wednesday night. Mr. William Payas aad Miss Berti* Carter,both of Prince William county, were married Thursday night at the I'llj. tist Church, at Manassn-. Re*. Mr. Train ham ofBdated Mr. Edward I. '?unter. Ir., aad Miss Annie T. Mean Were married in III?' Methodist Church at Praaktowa, \..rth ampton county. Wednesday, lie?-. i?. II. Raj 'illii-iatiiig. 1 to marry in Washington Kay iKond L. Skinner and Flint'. 1-cilh. both ot l.oudmin county. Clinton Ballenger and India I'll..mas. both of Hamilton. I.ou.loun county Perry 1. Itlan.l and Carriel. Alexander, both of Prince Wll? tfacm County. The engag? tuent iaaaaoBBeed ?>f Mis? I'annie lioswell I 'on way. the daughter <?I l?r c. t ?. Cn-iw ay- of Rapsdan, ? ?range county, nnd Mr Henry C, Warren, ot Kichmond. The wedding will take place ot. No ?ember 12th at the home of the bride at RapattaB. The I'.ajitist Church at Qordouai ?He wa? the scene of a fashionable wedding \\ i .1 ncsday when Miss Mar? Kggleston. ?laughter of Mr and Mrs Kel BgglestOU Waa married to Mr .1 Hamilton i inks. of Crigglersrille, Madkcon County. Bar, W Tapper WlBgfle*d oflkiasai. Mis? Caroline Ke\. daughter of I?r. It. I I. Bex, of Waterford, Foudouncounty, was married Thursday to Mr. S. 1?. W al ton. of Farm vil le Kev. (arr Morn,? ofllei ; ating. Tbe bridal party was entertained at aebanaiag weddisft breakfaat alt?r > which the coupai left for aa axtended W est. m trip. At St. Oeorge'a Protestant Episcopal ehoreh, at Paagoteague, aceomac eoaa t y. W iilneslay. Mis? ?iertrude A Mister, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. .1. Mister. 1 and Mr. .1. W. Seymour Hoffman, otilar bort?n, wen" married. Miss \ irginia Ames was maid of honor. Miss Jaffa Hoffman wa? (lower girl and Mr. Fdward DowaV ing la-st man There wa? a lieautiful marriage at the residence of the briili? at I.ocuat Hale,Mad? ison county, on Tuesday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock, the contracting jiarties be ing Kev. K. I., (?race, a J'uptilar young minister, and Miss Kllie I/?veil. The cer? emony wa? performed in the j.arlor, which was handsomely decorated, by Rae. Dr. Oaralaar, of Kichmond. Tbe ? bride was given awav by h.-r brother. Hon F II. Loveil. ami l?r. Hugh Hill was liest man. The bride ?vas attended by Missl.illie White. MssMary H'illisand Miss Mary ?iarnett The happy conj?!e left on a trip to <?1?1 Point. (living to the illness ol the bride'? mother. Mr?. Jnne Loveil, the wedding was a .|iii.?t on,? Superior Disc Drills. / I rated Driata ???Id last fall aad gave perlect ?atawastiee. ? ar just in sod ?ample up for your inspection. Before buying call la aad aaa it. Duly takes Bve miaute* t.? prove to you that it is the beet up-to-date DrOl ta ads or in use today. For ?ale by Chancellor & Rawlings, Farmers' Supply ?Stor?-?, Fredericksburg, Va. How About Your Look at Our Picture. WOOD STOVES? YOU CAN'T SET COAL. It's out of sight; but 1 had anticipated that by I'nying my st'ok <?f all kinds of Stoves months ggO. At the Old Prices, Too ! R'-member my old ad ? HOW ABOUT YOU$ ?yOOp ? And remember the Cut Prices? The same ii|'|'!i(-8 to St?ren William Bernard's. THATB A.LD Fall and Winter Display FurSj Millinery, Our present display ol New Fall Dress Gooils incluiles many of the liest importe?! ami American fabric?. Pine showing of New Si:k- A plraaing and mint ?livert-ilied assortment t?> select from Some of the most wanted and pular yard wi ?? Black Taffeta Bilk? at 75c, 89C and fi per yard. New Wlistiaga and Heavy Skirting in the ? lish and most want..i fsbrics A great gatlierini; of Table I inens. Towels, Napkins. Table Covera, Lace C?r? talas, Partiera Draperies, Reps, Tapesti a, Bbce?aga, Whits ?jmlts, Bed Comforts, Blanket?, Etc. Men's and Boys' Clothes, Overcoats and Furnishing Goods. This line ?tu-lii.les ni.in> of the m< t Itylish cuts au.l d?sirable fabrics 0M.1in.1lde aad many offeriuKs at aenaational t'.K'k. win. Bar we have heretofore ahuwn. we have aimed to make ample on for the s ad child. Huadredeaf articles in Notions and Fancy Goods that we haven't space to mention. Come Bad Bee I hi* j;rc?t cullectijn. the T. N. BRENT store. FREDEKICK8BUHG, Va Ths Wizard Mi.,r 1 POUND ONLY <?>? THE FARMERS' FAVORITE DRILLS ?THE? ??fc- Most Successful Device Fur handling damp Fertilizers. SOLD BY DEGKER e? ALRIOH THE RLAOE TO BUY FOOTWEAR Is when you get the GREATEST VALUES at the LEAST COST. Dome to us ies' tustoiii-iiini]?' \"n'i Ki?l Lacee ?ni?l Button SIi?h?s. Pabeai trff?) /\/\ ?in?1 Kid Tipa, ..t . ?aw.aS.UU i-uli??-?' (ii-iiuitn- Don^rola, Laca .?uni Button, tin- j?ri'.ite.it known w rf\ rahae,all .-:.-?-. at . i?jU Ladina' Kangaroo Calf. Ltv? soft, pliabfeacnd v?-ry toofffa wear- w ?e injr Shoe, ;it. **?o llen'a Heacrj it???>?-*. all sisea, al. ????p Men 'a Qraaine Oystar BooftaaJ . a*.\?\? Ny-?sJ:l I s?-?mi-\\'iit?-r l'riioi i'olisli QC0 1:1//. *7P\\ for dry bat, at. ?-v\j \f^ Br?lle & Timberlake Grain, Hay and Mill-Feed J. McCALLA BOULWARE &. SON, ( Hay'a < ?Id Stand . I'M ?? h 10 Commerce 81 ?aclatfawBfiarg Va. i? fe 9*5 GraiuH^e ^TpMBstones ? Curbin? ?7 _0 FFlC?VVV0Brt-3s_ ? im??Eiy?JcsaLRG, va. Farms Wanted. ?f j o? it i cash fur a farm from 30 to 00 ii.res. must tie gO-oaf, close to Alexandria or Washington. I? C. Another?this ?aal Ik? ?in l'otoniac river or creek with river front. good fishing* and hunting, near railroad. Will pay f'i.OOO to $10, .>: iniiHt iH-iiood land with improve? ment?. .*.'!.IHM) tofM.OOO ??ash for a good Hin.-ill farm, must have good improve iiieiitn. uear railroad, or a good city pr??|ierty. anywhere from this city to Washington. 1). C. Want BO to 100 aere? near a village or railroad, not over 11,300 to fl.500. Will paydown ?.",00, ha lance yearly; mu?t bave good orchard and a ii??od house. Want about 1,000 arrea of land, moat be good soil with irood houses, river front preferred, wlU pay #90,000 bo .fWO.OOO. Any one hav? ing such projierty will do well to aas or ?-rite me at once, as these parties want to locate before January let, lMsV. Sheep ranch wanted, will pay about $4 per acre. JOHH W. ALLISON, Jb., Frederieksburg, Va. M, M. UWl$, 839 Main Street. We will sell yon ROR CASH: fl Swamp Boot. 67a il Peruna. 67c fl 1'aine a Celery Compound. 8Tc "i()c Grove's Chill Tonic. 25e ".Oc Swamp Root. 31c Mai Tutt'e PBls. lie We also carry a f nil Has of Drag gists' Sundries, which we will sail yon at best prices. Prascriptioae tilled by a registered d rice-gist day or night. 1VI. IVI. LEWIS. I>rnggAat. 8L8?8HTEB k HffflA T. 1 ?m n ?safe' REAL ESTATE and IMSURAMCE Knterprise Building, irS-edern-ksbarg, Vav, If yon waat to buy, sell, reat ?arlasjare, it will be to yonr inter-eat to see us. Ws the near h'ture publish a?--a*aV l??gue of ci ?y, farm aad aaburbaa prop i-rty la ou- bands for sale aad reat. l**as> ties having aueh pi ojias ties woaW do srafa to list them *ith us.