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; I j ;\ for .1 B ? ? DcvotedtoAorlcultural,Commerc ;dManufactur!n8lnteres?sofFrederlcUsburaandth??T!d?>xJl,0?A. ^ r->. ~~T~ ?-?-** -^ttivs a iaewaterendPledmontCountry Vol 17. No. 126 j- g Va.. Thursday, November 20. 1902. Second Part. Price, 3 Cents DON'T WfilTUN?iL GOLD WfcATHfB. 'I HIS IS x (?(MID ; l.i.i .M- ;. \ ri ?: AMi l'i i IN ' STOEEREGEN <& OAIN. ??ri'iisiTi: ituw i;s m .KKE1 . i Work Tin Work, I TURKEYS! SHIP THBM . S. il. WALLERSTE?N, MARSHALL A. PHILLIRS. r.ar(lws>.id Poplar, ly. i Pi e ? ? ? Wm.H.KElSTER&CO., ? .' SOCIAL DRINKING ? Canada Rye, Harper, Buckwalter or Fitzhug uls. A trial will < STRASBTJRGER ?SON, 215-215. 10th full Up and Ready \i..| w h? a rttnent, in..! we - lnWeMl |>: I'ri. .11 v. a..? .? r arhal v.,:, ? ant, ?. ti'-t railing on us. CLOTHING! We will gi . - ' i ? i lot hint - v..u try up Men'i Suit?, *?'! up; M. n ? Overcoeta, f"J u|?; II ;- - ' s i > 11 -11 > pri?e* not m it? h earn up. <'n.?- we ?ell ?rou, we i ens to mer. SHOES. in ilii. departutei I itraordi narj ollera, and Shoes ihn weur and ? ?? aatMartlon at nna] priese. Ladle?' >h ???-. " ?"?.- i>. s ;; Men's neses 75e tu SB; ChiMren'a Shoes, ?ti? pri?e; Men's an.I I'. i.' i ili'.v. I,.... I'ri,. - .iir ISOttO UNDERWEAR At l". t.. ?_'". |.??r real l?.??-r thanthi loweet. rjomespecial rallies i?. 1-ndie* mm] Children's I aderwear. This ?lepan meat ?.-i lanter taea ant r. Laces and Ribbons. linea are full up, .?:.'! ?v. inxit. i toiDspee! i!i. in A nial i., nil ? < KNIT GOODS. Other hoaers .-???.?? we spoil the people bi m ikinn tln'ii. expect too murs lor tnefi m mee. i bildrei - .|..o<Ih and Racquet at 15c up; Knit Wool Booties at Be up Ladk ?' l h-, ii. Knit Baa irla. I funja advertlaoaneal erowd itemeoolr) not lairiv represen I iik- mal titude nf. .".m.mir. found bar? luvltiajou to ?all an.! ?h- tin- i;rrat?-H ?.iri.-tv of goods natter an? one roof i this .it? [(-"member the place, 'i I'ri. -. I air iH-alinir B3SI0? VHR?ETY ;?T03I '.on OOMMEBCE STUBj-rr. imntissua * aasunnun oHELBORNE S WAREHOUS rOS Tin: x ? i.i US LOOSE TOBACCO und by ?5AM PL OVER THi HOGSHEAD i'Jth an?! Canai. aiKKK-ra, RIl'HMONI? VA WOODWAr.D CONVICTED Verdict dered by trie Jury. v : : ? ?? ' ' -, ... - ? ? * ? SIDEMT HAS ILL LUCK Bears Efr>rt C"irbination to Prevent Him Hnvincj a Shot at Them. ? soein to ' : on the e-.t? wiilon. The . lay Bed in nonli it the first cry of . 0 :t nine I ? ?' ? -rlly be- , 11 ain will ' aniv. u- at '...30 o'clock to- \ morrow morning. DEMENTED MAN IN THE WOODS \ Was Buried In Pile of Leaves and Half Starved. t.. Nov. 18.?Evr-ritt S. ho said his home was in Wor w.iM found burie*.! In a pile of leaves In a rood, two miles i south of ht t by two gun aera. He is about CO years old and was In a hnlf-atarved rondltton. A check for 11,000. payable to lit Colo, at the First National Hank. Wor ihf^r with a gold watch and other fulnnhle found on l.i dressed, and stated that he hail walk<\l 400 miles, and had been ret? i??? In the woods sincr? last Wo lnos day without anything to oaL The an thorttlsa beUara c. ?i Is de? mented ami has wandered away from | his homo. He is h^irift held I the Worcester authorities. I Fresh Eruption of Stromboll Volcano. Bone, \ e the roll '? Sunday I evening, aocompaaled by a terrific cx i plosion and ? graal sow of lava. It i was a Bagnltceat I from all the northern part ot Sicily. i the flames rising from the voleano lllu i minating the surrounding sea. The flt'.iation ot the fi?w inhabitants of the Island of Stromboll is pn rarious. They ar* frightened especially by the wash? ing ashore of great quantities of Upad fish, which have been killed ui by a submarine disturbance. CANNOT TjUPiMiTCHELL Operjito to Confuse I : ' ? oler. BATTLE OF CR?3S EX AMINATION Mirers' '.Vaa Often Hard r An Answer, But Man ? Reply?Investigc-' tion la Too Slow For Commissioners' tilii bo :? ? ? - noon. y t rat. S ? ? pro ? up to. i I ? for an I Itr. ? I . . . itimlda .1 that it for the coal coi to enier r .. : Mr. Mil. h.-ll Inqulr. d. ?viih the pi i ' ? ? .ion. I I* I lie i law. I do no know ; ? ? of th? two who mui ? red Mr ! I to the murder of a non union man as **Oh. only sei >n for killlnj a non-union man?" *'ll is better," said Mr. Mitchell a militiaman win lent, no matter hov skillful onld no I admission tha aion. approve of tha i -.f by th .1 his personal opiti ions of is of the boycott, bn would i i them as being th r policy of his a tion.. During the t ross-examlnatio ra often in with questions in order to stop a Ion colloquy over some disputed poln While the examination was at timf quite spirited the beat of good feeltu prevailed. Only once Mr. Mitehe of irriialiitity. This w? when Mr. MacVengh, reading tho lor liai of n.ts ? would take M 11 to task for ?irai1 pa vi. Ions act and say. sharply: Te coiiiil have prevented this." In the course of the forenoon se sion Mr. MarYongh examined M Mitchell regarding the eight-hour d mand, and referred to the fact th; Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfio and William McKinley woi. than eight hours a day and were tbi enabled to climb the ladder to tl ncy. Mr. MaeVeagh'gr?w el ! quent in the ' putting one .. Mitchell reirardli the martyred presidents, and added: ? only ment? they a j the three victims of the spirit of a arrhy, whli h is (he curse of this cou try to Ssy, and th* only serious cur ; afllltting it " The miner*! president, quick as flash, name back with the inqulr "?rades unions are not heid respom bio for It, aro they?" to \? : agb q"lekly responded that th were not, nnd supplemented this wi the remark that labor unions are mf admirable. The bringing of the wo '"anarchy" inlo the ex mi i nation cans B distlni t murmur of disapproval frr ! the many mine workers in the cot room. W'hiie Um I of the eff? of a > would have the coal Industry In the anthracite Klon was in pHrgHUU frequent referet I wan made to life workings ot agr to the anno .y CLairuian Srny that the i had do-ided lo Invite of the li> tion. to ? ?>? the comn i 'I bta annonnt em? a' -My re? torne ys for tin? minera ami the operatoi i . 'lg too slowly to is, and mission will ] ? ? il has no* on the s'.iml for tl if only ? ? for the ? Mr. Mitchell in I llllllie Is . I DEMANDS OF NON-UNION MINERS Statement of Their Case FileJ Witt. Strike Commission. belr at Joim T. Lennhna and O'Brien, itement of their ; 'i... anthim ? oommia i.nt It I third party would I tlon. It rlon ir . " M p*?r cent, upon II ? and i : I lid during tue i I.y th" I.our. day or v..ok." of the . i ; . our BUI i . ; i r upon all ? ?? ?" ? ? ;: to union miners. T. r the son HUNDREDS OF LIVCS LOST Refugees From Guatemala Report De? struction of Villages By Volcarte?. I from Cutral Ar. : ? f the I , Maria, : la. In < nt erup? tion. Th<> adjacent villares, the rich coffee i m .m over ?' worth ( -?'.?rod In ba - are arriving at tlie port orf C loo. Ov :.ir San lac Mail ?IT. . rshlp which has ht-.?n o?-- ...i malees it Impossible garding I n there. The port of Puerto Barrios is reixuiod to have born closed. No mail has arrlvod i.e.o from Guatemala Counterfeiters Unearthed. ret ser? vice mei a grvng ? Bind in a room lit a n occupied by two men w Parboil. .?' Hsrrlabnrg, and William Pay. o! ! ay 1p under arrest, and It Is sai ? has made Important dls Hvi s say the gang Is composed of six mon. and that they have been operating in the easto.-n part of for the past six months, during which time they placed a great deal of tii - bad coin in circu? lation. I..1 that otnors of the gang w : ired within a few days. Celebrated Preacher Dead. London. Nov. 1 .If '~b Price Hughes, the celebrated w Idenly in this city ,t. Mr. Hughes was one of th?? leading spirits ?if the social purity movement and ant i gambling league and. He was president of the n confer? o ?'!>. and pnst president of the National Ctiuncll ; of Evangelical Free Churches. L. & N. Deal Ratified. Richmond, Va. Nov. is At the an? nual meeting of the stockliolil-Ts of the. Atlantic coast line, h. M here y the s(o. kholdera unanimously approv? ed th.- .. in purchasing the Louisville and Knalt j ville Railway at a OOSt of S'.o.OOO.OOO. The increase in th.. capital stock of the system by $!."?.o"i.,i)00 was rmiiW. Kilauea in Violent Eruption. lUlU, Nov. 11. Via Sun Franc fs ro., Nov. i?- \ i eeivt d here from the Inland of Hawaii states that the v.ilcano Kilauea has broken out In (he mo t violent eruption for tho past Kilauea has ?hown mild Intermito nt activity since the outbreak of St. PI Itii' powaer n.ni near (.ruonsburg. Pa., blew u?? yesterday, klllinc Prance and William Vauis. This is Ute fifth time the mill baa blown up. TUE S?MO?N DECISION - ? Germany Wins Complete Victory by Kin^ OsCST'fl V I Arbitrator r?ys Military Action of United States and Great Brita-n Was Not Warranted, and Both Countries Are Responsible for Losses. ? thero w Berlin tii?' (Uli t> xt of I H.a. inntries j named of unt ot ' the nii' ? Sanio.i in i':.. Is loni; . conclusion;, and In It lia? b?~-en asm m. The pit >?r. ?li.l not . sere n full reall antion or the ?ein by iltratlon, i"-< unt tb<* r.rbltrntor adi German vtaw in opposition to the 1 he ?'. by ('.. rmana or I ? ?i...n en ? : ; ' ti..il r ' Til?? ::? and th< : ad H ' town i ? ? ? Mullnua munition ft.' Tlif .. follows: -. vis., t; ? imunltlon, and i1; i trat!'.?' Brlttnnnlc n a of the 7lh of ! eil by for a fut ii :.- qur-s tion as t?i tl.. b K!NG OF PORTUGAL IN ENGLANI Was Met at Station by King Edward Kaiser Enjoye Good Shooting. London, .Nov. 18.? I'll?? Kin. arriv.'d at Wii.dsor last nU:\t fr?.m Prance to pay a ?bit to the kin and q;; land. Kin?.- : who had coma directly from Sandiini ham, nut him at tin- stall?.n. Tan tw monan .1 on?? another moa cordially and t!i?-n drove off to tli casti?'. accompanied hy the rlianri o the crowds which Katln>r.'d oui.- id.- tli station and ai..nu the route. A groa banquet was glens at Windsor Car.tl In honor of the royal i The other ruler at present In Ens land, the Gr-rn.nn emperor, I. terdaj on tho aatsta of th -l ho ha i Lowther castle since Satin day. Tli.- emperor will tak?? lancheo with I.ord Ronebery at the latter'e se. at Dalmi-ny, S.-otland, next Friday o his way back to Germany. Negroes Attacked Trackwalker. Hun; Nov. 18.?Willla: llaxxTi. of mu? Creek, trackwalker o th.. r. nnaylvanla Railroad, w.i* attac! by i wo see* ! aft T robbing him of his watoS??ar i.iiity. 1! I skull and ; sera fracture and it i? not belli ? : be esa recove ass Allen, gi' inpr M ;ne, we: town and were pos tivi'iy their victim ns h ! hey wer?? committed Jail here. B. <S O. Ex;ress Kills Two. a*ov is. - Robs. was profanbl> fatally Injured last nig' b.uin?! from N'i W York to Wsahtsgh on th. with a vhp lew Jun tl<in. Kl'ii ? lor wan tli?? fireman the en? gineer ?>f thi rbe Lett v*k brought to a Baltimore hosoltal. Fatal Collision on Pennsy. Boii. As a result ? :i of an extra frelg train and a light riinnlr. at this pla ? wit- kllicd, one ae -i deine t Both Legs Cut on on Railroad I .i . No. IS- Flora Johnson, aged :;!. of Harrtsbiirg. x* fon i i Irin- i'i tl.,? Pennsylvania Rs i road freight yards at Columbia yeat . day nfit-riHKin with both legs cut ? i He Ji??ii M>on after being removed ' the hospital. It Is not known h I the accident occurred. COWERS UNDER FIRE Shaffer's Fight Against Him Bobs Up in A. F. of L. Convention. ECHO OF GREAT STEEL STRIKE I It is Said Renewal of Dispute Means a Fight to a Fl.-iiah, and at Preaent Odds Seem to Favor Gompera?In? vest, gsting Committee Named. T'ithor Tha odor.- :-' ? ,,f the Amal . anal Gom-1 per*, president of the American Fed- i amtlon of Labor, is AssttnsS to pass] I cloud. Tin? eclipse may bo' Ad the man who goes un I go at some other time, but an o< i!;?? .? th. rs will be for one or the ,,fuer. It Is a fight to the finish j ?Ids favor Gompers. The which so suddenly came to a the convention of the Am-Tl- | ?i ol Labor yesterday Is | ? of the great stool strike i the united stales Steal com-1 puny, which was fought and lost last year by Cue \ -iation under the leader bip of Shaffer. After ?n had be-on defeated I t Shaffer made serious it Oompers. as well as John Mitchell. pn?siilent of the Vnitotl Min.- Workers, and Frank Sar : th" Hrothorhood of Railway Trainmen. 11.' asserted that the or? ganizations over which those m>-n pro btle Untuning to the ad? vice of t'ioir I - fas ad to lend a helping bund to the Amalgamated o ion nnd had even fought i it In the dark. <if the charges aro as follows: i on the fol. ration ...f a rent. The flint glass Mowers, the window glass blowers, the bottle hk.wcrs and the pottery ; gave us help. I arranged for aipors to nn ? Mr. Morgan to effect a settlement Mr. Morgan SUvU up his vacation, went to Now York and ?raited for Mr. Gompers, * or to appear, nor has he since ex-! plained why be neglected our Inter urged mo to hurry from Plttabnrg to New Tork to sign ' by the trust through a committee of which Gom? pers and Jn'iin Mitchell wore mem? bers." Delegate Sheridan yesterday offered In tie? convention the following reel lutlon: , ? Shaffer, of tho Amah- Bl -.?elation, at their last convention, held in Wheeling, w. Va., mad. charges against Pr?sident Qompers of tin? AiUerteUH Federation J of Labor, which Imp. ached his fidelity; to the principles of unionism, there? fore ho ll Thai the federation ap- ! point a -ate said charges and report its findings to the convention Is order taut tho truth may be known " Mr. Qomperu, addressing the con? vention, said: "It is quite immaterial to me what course is pursued, my only request being that prompt acttoa bo taken on the resolution. I do not want this matter to drag." All eyas then turned on Mr. Sbaffor, who stood at the foot of the platform upon which Mr. Gompers sat His face was flushed and he spoke rapid? ly. "I ask." he said. "I urge, and, ye?, I demand the fullest Investigation of thoso charges." Pr?sident Mahon. of tho Street Car mon's Association, at once made a ma-. tion. which was adopted, that the matter be referred to a special com? mittee of five. An amendment was offered and accepted that the conven? tion's committee consist of five mem? bers. Mr. Gompers to name two, Mr. Shaffer two and the four a fifth. Last night Mr. Shaffer said he was ! not awaro of the fact that the reeolu | tion wa? to bo introduced in the con? vention until tho opening day. and that he protested against It, as he had no proofs with him by which to prove the charge*. Ran Fifteen Mile? Under Water. Qrssuport, L. I . Nov. 18.?During her submerged run of three hours In Peco nic buy reeterday the snhmnrtns boat Struck the bottom while going seven knot;- an hour. No damage was done, the boat rising to the surface when one ballast tank was blown out TBS adder ran 15 miles under water ? without rising. She also fired a tor- | pe.lo successfully. Phlla. Trolley Men Get Increase. Phiiau.-lphia, Nov. 18.?The Pblladel-' phfa Rapid Transit Company yesterday announced that, beginning December L the wages of the conductors and mo tormen In their employ would be ln ' from 19 to 20 cent* an hour. The com [?an y controls all the street railway linea ot this city, and nearly 7000 men are effected by the increas*. Cleveland Bags 80 Ducks. Norfolk, Va., Nov. 18.?Ex-President G rover Cleveland bagged 80 ducks of | various kinds In the blinds of the Back I Bay Gunning Chib yesterday afternoon. . Mr. Cleveland stayed in the blind? yee j terday until tt was too dark to *ea. ' He may prolong hi? trip If the present ? good shooting continues. The rni??d""States Supreme Court yesterday took a recusa until Monday. Japan will maintain a permanent fleet ?n tbe American waters of the Pacific, It wiB be aent out next year. 'AT THE SIGN OF THE MOON." A Phrase That Has Become Known Through the Efforts of the Hertz & Hertz Co. Thin popular tailoring booae, at 906 F Stn-et. \\ nsliiiijj-t.'in, D. C, adopted th?? moon a? it-? ??-?t. yearn BagO, S?d th?8?e]estial body, with its -mili-, 1ms ;.sso< iut.Nl with the Merti ?Hiti.blieh tiient that it in Hinali ?TxgatnnT ??OSS ?Minks of Iferta oven when looking; at the iiKKHi in fehs ski???. The idea was} eon .riv.? th? hi.us.. sornethinr. ?HsUmtlea from other booses, and the assss ??Ifawith different device? is lic-ing adopted by many mnrlrnirntrihlinlimnntgtinufnl' the ???tin try. Hut To go from the iinxm t.? tin? brahmen. Mr. Herts, of thin firm, says the iKKtss is sArsevdrj in aha (???1.1 for the men's full?inters. For' week or ho cases of minlana ttauuj been arriving;, im?l no? the whole store is in " condition" for any fall order a man may wont to pi There in a Dotkeable toas of ex? plosive neae throoghout thewhoanltae of fabrics that tin? particular inati of today will fully relish. - ?'Vcuikd e?--*^"^ 1 BLANEY'S AGUE PILLS, (*Lao l.Q.l.O > PRICE ISe. SOLO tVEKTWHEtxE. -? I F. M. BiawtY, bulto, mo. LOOK! LOOK! I Now is your chance to buy your ; RAniSIT.s from Simon HiasH.whohss | a fine stock of Cray Belgian smi White English Flares on hand. See him at 34ce, before he sells them. SIMON H1KSHS RAB1TRV, Frpdericksburg, Vs. CHAS D. POSTER. ATTORNEY AT LAW ornc*: ltarton Ruilding, Fredericksbnric, Va. !'rs4?tii-.-N in all tin* anrronnding coiirta MRS. MOLINEUX IN DAKOtA | Will Establish a Residence, It Is ?aid, at Sioux Falla. Sioux Falls, S. D., Nov. 18.?Mrs. Blanche Cheschro Molineuz has arrived here from New York. Mrs. Mollneux has come here to establish a residence. Gen. Molineux "Has Nothing to Say." New York, Nov. 18.?The despatch from S'.ous Falls announcing Mrs. Ro? land n. Molinenx's arrival there to take up her residence was shown to General Molineux, and he waa asked If his daughter-in-law Intended to get a di? vorce. "I have nothing to say,** aald the general. Ex-Judge Olcott, of Molinenx's coun? sel, said the news from Sioux Falls waa a surprise to him because the differ? ences tvpfa-een Mrs. Roland Molineux and her mother-in-law had been aet tled and the family relations, so far as he knew, were amicable. General Molineux paid his son'a wife's expensen all the while his son was In prison, and last week the general made public a statement about his daughter-in-law In which he said: "She Is as good and pure a woman aa breathes." WILL RELIEVE BOER SUFFERING Chamberlain Does Not Think All Bit* terness in South Africa Will Ola Out. London. Nov. 18.?Colonial Secretary Chamberlain received an ovation last night at Birmingham, where a farewell ban??iiet on the occasion of his depart? ure for South Africa was given In hie . honor. Members of a!l partl?-?s Joined In the demonstration as the affair waa oC a non-political character. Mr. Cham? berlain was accompanied by his wife and his son, Austen Chamberlain. Referring to his approaching trip, ha said It was to be a matter of buslneen ; and not a mere parade. He could not i expect that all the bltterneea In South Africa would die out but he could-but this for the government, that all suf? fering would be relieved. He wan bound on a new venture and there wan a possibility of failure. The govern? ment's desire waa to make South Africa one united nation, united In heart as well as In name. Greater differeneee, be said, had been healed, and mention? ed Canada as an Instance la this con? nection. Boya Cause Freight Wreck. Poughkeepeie, N. T., Nov. 18.?Boys i canned a freight wreck on the New I York Central Railroad at this city yee ' terd&y by placing a stone on the track, ' and two passenger trains. Including the ! eoulhbound twentieth century limited? had a very narrow escape. 1h? boya oa tbelr way to school wanted to see the stone break when the car ran over I IL At the siKht of what they had done they scampered away and hid la frtght ' at their schooL Three boys, ehoen j asen ranged from S to 10 year*, wem arrested. The freight wreckage bloch . ed both tracks and delayed all trtfflc foe two hours, ?me piant Of ra? InTMIn-ihs. e?n .am Firebrick Company, at Mass! I Ion, O.. 1 ?ma destroyed by fire yesterday. Loo?. $16.000. Congressman James fH Sherman, of Utlca. N. Y.. yeeterday seat out let tare saying he waa ant a earadlilate fur the ?peakership.