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- ?j*jnt& The Driving Wheel : wrti-iiiii. is not only a wbee! in modern bual nem, but it in tin-driving wheel. It rtitis the bait between produ<-**r and conauiuer, h - of ft ?*j ull is t.? gt't it to J(? i-sworkwithtbelc-aatfrie-i'iti " :r"BMMl Devo.edtoAgrlculturi-l.Commerclalu?id Manufacturing Interests of Frede rlcksburo and ihoT-w T- ? rrr^--**.-=-?-_-.____ine * 'dewaterendPledmontCountry KSBU.^Qa Va.. Tuesday, DECtMBE,^ 16, I90_?. Second Part PriceTTcts Vol t7, No ?37 All of Us Feel More Generous At U\i< season ? than at any oth? : tim -, We inake glad those around us by presenting ?.?f?t-mS-S* But we don't alwaysknow just what is suiU-d. Right here allow us to relieve you of that uncertainty by suggesting some of the most usetul and appropriate Xmas presents Ladies* Room Slippers. Ladies* Kangnr? v.? hoes, Men's leather Slippers, The Packard Shoe foi felt soles and uppers, nd button, every imitation Alligator skin, the eQUa* f at. 60 pair must be solid, the at 50c * ' ~ Ladies' Pell Juliets Mr ae*at -*1 50 _. , . .. , $5.00 shoe, at $3.50 Laaiee ren junets are? Mens i.-atheraua velvet trimmed, leather sol? Qum Boots, light embroidered Slippers Men's Snag proof Gum *L2& weight, fur lined, 21-2 to a1 .75c toots.rolled soles,at *3. )( Ltadies'black and cardi- 8, $1.50, same 11 to 2 at , nal qu?ted satin.fur trim- $125,8tol0, at ?flOO Men ? Juuets, black and Boys heavy weight Gum merijuliel , . . . R-turnedbottoms, / J ? ?_?>? at -1.50 Ladies' heavy weight it . ??i.50 Boots, net lined, at $2 OG Ladies'DongoiaKid lace 9tum Boots- dul1 ^ Calf lace Boy's and (Jhildn Shot ter ?>r <tl Shoes, all solid, dressy Hats aud Cap8 a com. kid tips at -il 50 Lad- it quality style, at $1 ?O . .. ? *m O-tTArahoea -it ??<* . , , '?*' *inf>? ati 25c ?ustom-madekid stormuveri ou. M?n?8 hund_8ewed> gen. ? good quahts w? ?? ?1 vine calf Skin Shoes. ?Vater Proof Polish, w?i er, at $2.00 lined Ard ?1.00 $2 23 keep \ our feet dry at 20c ?I^Conie to store that gives full ?shoo value. BR?LLE ? TIMBERLAKE, i)2\ Main .Street, Opp Market Entrance. THE oarae ' i- L \>I1 ???1*? ! ?I w? un A r ? 11- I. !'|', I" ! ' Mi. - t p, .' ?VI : fool 1.11 - d si?. ! li!...I tt ni? tt m - ? ing mi inii_i ?I ?..t.i m dei i . .i? i? arraam d so i bat bol i. nr one .?h be rali . - ..ni i <? ? tt lili plps <?' Il il? "Il l ? aide h il.- ired, but sen com mend collars ?>n t > j ? f? r I? -t resalta The deign la espec? ially attrartivea-M han p i-nrtiil Rich Cut ? China Fa y On - t? the new ware, Imperi.lTurnuoife, the newest war.? out. We .ire showing the : lRPETS il p than ever bei Wilton V ..xministers, Tapestry, . and ingri ets. All Carpets n? <.?'?- and laid, do trouble to show^them. ART SQUARES aud RUGS. Sterling Silver Novelties, all kinds and all prices, from 19c. up. We have the largest assortment of Furniture, Led Room Suits, Rockers, Fancy Gilt Chairs, Couches, Dining Tables ever shown in this city. See our line of Fine Mahogany Center Tables. Yours truly, Ladies', Misses' a__ diiita's Cloaks and Hals. They would'not divide these big lots and we were compelled tobuy them all, or let some of the big city stores have them. There are hundreds of STYLISH WRAPS and HATS in this purchase, and when added to our already large line, makes this stock too large to move at regular prices. We bought them way under regular prices, and can afford to sell them way under other people's prices Come expecting to get great values and good styles THE T. N. BRENT store ^0^old QQN'T WAIT.?NTIL CUD WEATH R. ...Maniifa.tiir.-rH ni Importara i ' Window Shades Laco Curtains Portieres, Trunks CLIFTON & WOODLAND, ?WX--HT? Grain, Fruit ami P.-n.lu s ('?mmiHsion Merchants, r.irresp??n(i.?n.-e w-ith ti.e trade earnest;^ 217 South Charlen St., - - Baltimore Md ...solicited.. 30*nd223 Charle? St., Baltimcre, Xd Correspond?-!?. > m si_-nm.?nl8 Kilii-ited. THIS is A GOOD TIME TO HAVE VO?B BTOVE8 \M> PORNACBS LOOKED AFTEB ANI? PI T IN OEDKB I'oli THE WIXTKIt = STOFF REGEN <_? O AIN. OPPOSITE KoWKS MAUST. l'roinpt IVrn ?r.;il Attention to all Work. Tin Work, Plumhinur anil Raw Work Coarse Boots I Mil* lili?" O? t'cil'.-c I>ii.?l> i> very c;?mplete. Ii i? of the Best Makes (?'?er put ??n Uiis market Vou know them Any stylewe've goi we o;m li| you in. J? W. THOMAS. SUOEB nuil H \ i 11:1: DDGGETT S SCOTT l'l.oiie 111. ?OO-l Main mm t Ktiriil.ir prit is ('(?di artirl?' bsariaa* it? nui! pri.tit. ?H ,?ur utile ??[?li.iiii;liur?int*?s Cnttrrs often eat ?UaBBselvae. We ?ell all kind? of **rr?>?'?Ti? ?. .'iimieil **<md?. etr. See imtH t-iiiidi s riiisnir.. ?-urriintia. rit- i nut. (iat?'M. tii?H, ?ir,,,,?.-?.** s*rap>0rat?d apples, |i?'iifli?-H.Htf. Apple butter. (H'Sfli batter, j-lli.-H sad Mis?e meut in ."t It?. Iiiitki t.-t mu? lint??' l'tini.lil IssMoS dark tui'-k t? lit-jit llniir. lii.tiiiny. homini ?rrit- Fores, rolled ?,,-it-i. <-ti-. Sit ?et rider and app?ta, pars appla rasasar, feg_het, fr?'*?!i trips, saasasja, piiddlas;, h?oga asad ciii-'-M*, fiirn beat, ate. ~2b'5"COI?1MtRCE:STnEET. leather, -Ii???' sails, eobblsr m??Uh. thread, iwix.et.". Lira?*,?eine tivint'.curii. oat?. f?*ol and hay. Oar pri?es are m luv- n? aarrsrssrsla th.' i'ity. t|ii,ility ((insil.-r.-il <*?>??, Ih tie livere.l promptly. FAHIM WANTED . at" oncf: with ?*?iO.I itiiprovments, river fr?nt piefeired. not over i<x> miles from A'atiliiii^tun. i>* C. close to railroad ?t.ition, ?;. i> 1 ttshing and hunting; will Pay fs?000 to $10,000 half cash, balance in t?ro years Any one havin?* such property will ?lo well to se?-or write me atonie Waal pos?e??ii>.i BS BOOB a? possible. JOHN W. A LI. 1:S<).\. .Ik . Fre.lericksburf*. \',t SEND FOR OUR PAINT CATALOOUE and COLOR CARDS. -1 ?un iifllitn?*; ami ??111 .a?r jtiu mon?*?. C. H. WlNKRLMANN & Ob. ; 1.1 V. I'ralt Xtr???, l-ralllm?*?. Md. l'A'ni? .fill kln.l ?for sil |>iir[??i??a. LAYING PACIFIC CABLE Uasaccessful Attempt Made to Lay the Sari Francisco Ead. FULLY -S.OilOVMTCMt-THE WORK Failure of F-rst Attempt of the Great Unde-taK.ng Was C.iused By An Unfavorable Tide and Minor Cas aaltiea. Sun I'i :?-i. la o. ! ? .lay to ' with the step of 111.' : ! minor ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ' ? ' I : the Eta if in ..-i i - i commnnkaUog betweei .?!? .itiii tii?- shore. The ere? ? i the ? raws of 11\. boats i .miel- car large rope from tii<? SllTartoan to K [Miint outside the hroafcira an. wait.,I there ?hile anoth.-r boat fron the iif.- aai ? i ? arrj the and o the rope to the laod The boat, drawl ? t?< the surf ami th .a ?: into their phv ?.-.. Thar the in? met the i i that chee .m broh ? ron tin? ?It i ? er and with th after it. the il Into the i in?, il of people ?h ach. Sereral children ?rere knocked do? in the scramble t>? get oat of tin- era nf the maddeoed horses, bnl is injur i et .?i attempt i in ?ei ?o wlii. ii ?| a ?all c! a half honra for a bad betot any attempt to draw tl thai it araa Im] to dra? ? he strong tide. Jn abandoned f ral men took hold of tl ha?sei : pall. The haw. flew up ami strack Clareare Mhcka is hit on the eliin liikI knock? '? ? ; ?. .?i-?-> W. Urn Near, i this -fly. was : trink on the hack I i i ami rendered oacotnaetoua f? n short time. Kiank Hotnliiii*. of N'e fork, was Btrock in Um face. hibIbIi Ibi ? aei ere cot, Darkness roming on. the Bllrertoa .1 to her .-.iiiTiora_e in the bB Another trial will he made Monday. Don t forget B liol-smit- 5, Son THE P?lIf'S STEAMBOAT II. hiindsome Bad mm ift Steamer Tourist WilMeave Fr*-di?rii-kshnr?j- for I rtianna and intervening tvliarvea every Moiidity. Wednesday nnd Friday nt lia. m. lte turiiinir. will lenve I rlianna every Tues? day. Thursday nhd Saturday at ?'? a. m . , arriving in I'redcrickslniri; in time for an|??H?r the name day. EsceUsat aeeoaasodatioaa f?ir both I paaBVBgcrs and freight. W. 11. CA&TEB, I'resident husines.a Men a Associntii n. Andrew Mutray WATCHMAKER AND JEWELFR. 300 Commerce Bireet, Frederiekaburg, \'a. Is prepared to repair Watches,Clocks ! and fewelery at the shortest notice and 1 at reasonable prices. He keeps on lin ml a full supply of Hpectaclis Watches snd Jewelry of the nnest pat? terns and latest styles. Give him a call when you want work done or mak<* purchases. FOR RENT. A splendid houae on North Main Street. l'oftHcsaion given tit once. The House has all modern conveniences and ib In- .ted In steam. Apply to i: w. MILLE, l-'ivderii-kehurg. Va 0*A S D. ROSTER. ATTORNEY AT LAW OFI.-HTC : Bu-ton Building, Frt?der.V-al?urg. Fa Best for medicinal uses Tem I?h xi.ian will tell yo?? tl,*U yon should always h??e some gncA *?l?lskey tn th. h,,,:-?- For ..., ui.-ni*. frintlnsspeii*. exhaustion, and other (m<rrtnx/ case?. It ?"??le??. ? Mul you must have good whiskey, pure whiskey, for poor whlakfv.aalulteratad ?iiiiv ?lo ?leclil.Kl harm. HAYNER WHISKEY I* just wha?t you ueed tor II coas -n our own distillery to you. with ?11 Its original strength, richnes? and flsror. carrjinur a UNITED STATES KEUISTEKED DISTILLER'S GtJARANTER.ot PUR n V .irni A.IF. andasTlng the dealers" enormous profits. We have over m Quarter of m million saiisfled customers, exclusively family trade, who know it la l?est lor medicinal inn??'? und prefer It lor olher uses. That's why YOL" should try It? Your tuoaey hock If you are not satisfied. Direct from our distillery to YOU ? Saves D-alert' Profit* I Pr.vti.ts Adulteration 1 ? HAYNER WHISKEY ?PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE 4 FULL $0*20 EXPRESS QUARTS O PREPAID We will send ?ou FOCR KVt.t. QVART "FJOTTLES of HA"ir*~R"S SEirErf YE AK OI.1I KYE for ?3 SO. and we will pay the express charges. Try It and If youdon't And it all light and as good as you ever used or can buy from an-1*?It else at an? price, send it back at our expense and your It So will be returned to you by next moll. Just think that offer over. How could It be fairer? If you are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a cent. Better let tu ?end you a trial order. II you don't want four quarts yourself, get a friend to join you. Shipment made tn a plain sealed case with no marks to ahow what's lnsi,l*?. Orilers for Ariz., Tal.. Col.. Idaho. Mont.. Ne?.. N Mex.. Or?.. Utah. Wash. or Wyo. m-..ht l?r on the basis of 4 Oaarts f,?r B4.0? Ii? Kxpres. IT? paid - SU ?atXnsrts lor SIS.OU by ?'reicht ITepald. I Write our nearest office and do it NOW. THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY ATLANTA- 6A. DAYTON, OHIO ST. LOUIS, SO. ST. PAUL, BIN?. DLSTTLLXRT, TSOT. O. e?tabi_j.".hid leer - l. HAVE YGU SEEN THEM? Beats Them All ? Loth's Magic Air-Tight. Absolatalr the bestand most ?lursble Wood Heater made. Cast iron bottom, top, Hue. feed cover and foot rails Outside boily planished steel, lined ?11 "way ?t? top with heavy sheet steel. The most substantial and up to date Wood Air? tight HaatSf on the market. A perfect beauty ?entire top artistically orna? mented with raised carving. Has large feed opening, with temox-able inside ,*over lid for heating water, etc.,an?l is made with cast-iron swingcox*e?,hinged trass top wl ici?, when opened to feed, stands perpendicularly and entirely out of the way. Spring damper knob, keeping draft always under perfect control. Pat together with bolts; no rod? to buru out. Collars made for inx-erted pipe, preventing ?appearance of creosote deposit?. Adjustable pipe collar to nt ob top or etui as .lesir.nl, Basil Stove wrapped and crated. 100 of These Stoves -NOW AT E. C NINDE'S Furniture and Carpet Store. Direct Factory Agents. Fnadericksburg, Va. Warmth and Beauty for the Children Is assured in buxing a coat from this well-selected stock. These special value? go on sale i Children's Coats, made, of ladies' cloth, in castor, with round cape, extrs ?null lay down c?>llar and box pleit. This"garment is trimn,ed_with Hercules braid, and cannot be equaled elsewhere ..tour price of %3 75. Children's Cheviot Coats, in ??rown, tan and red. made with large sailor collar, Salsbsd xx ill? deep folds of velvet, stitched, trimmed around sleeves spd collar with Ecru Lace insertion. Sizes a and ."1 vears. Yours at $4.50. Children's Beaver Coats, in red and castor, made* with two circular capes, stitched, aad trimmed with small buttons, ?bok backs and, stitched down front ami around lottom. Sizes 4 snd 6*,ye?rs. ?Trice $7 S*. Children s Velvet Coat?, in.blue snd" black,?made with double capes'and extra small lay-down collar, tarn-back cuffs,;'.stitcht*Ki in white^trimmed with tine silk applique. A special vauelat 57.5S. Children's Silk Velvet Coats, cut box back, made with large collar and shield of wMte silk moire, trimmed with fine Kcru Lace. A handsome garment at $12 75. A fall line of Children's Silk Caps AM. Velvet Poke Bonnets In almost all colors at arceeilingly popular prices. Children's Department, id floor. S* K-AaNN. SONS & GO., 8th and Market Aiteee. WASHINGTON. 0. C.