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SS '' " W.lll ?Si ' ^1 ' I - )Ag1U'u:tural,Commerdaland Manufacturlng Interests of Fredericksburoand th^T^w_->__? --_? ^ ~ ?~?;-* '-__?.?---?-?-___-_-_-.-_- _ ?u-gwaier ?no t-'iedmont Countiy Fredericksbuhg, Va? Thursday, January 29. 1903. Second Pa^T Price TrTrT^ Vol I8, No. 1 Prime Red- Topaiul Sapling Clover Seed AT LOWEST MARKET PRICE. \\ e handle th best gradee of Fi^ld Seeds, and would like to make you e of our customers. Give us a call. Can supply you with Barbed Wire and Wirf? and Cut Nails at lowt-ot rates. O ?" O K R t_ A L R I G H To Cure a Cold in One Day Cure? Crip fat Two Days. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. j* ?V?jfy on every Seven Million box?? iold in post 12 months. ThlS Signature. ^-*' Sf. _ ~ r~?**T <? W?kXa 2-5C ?I kan: K. KANN. RONS a CO. THE BUSY CORNER. Rl-vgys me 8esi ci iveiyifiii foi He Usi uIoiis? (Hu i.r;inJ Winter Clearance Salt m Full Force. ttvily will mark tin ? t:**\t ten day i ni thi orner. Kverything in stock li ??? been reduced prioi riiere have been no exceptions to this rule. U ? ?'.ill'"!' ? -. bul Voll wtl ??un*. ?iIiouihI n\ eryw hi A clearance of Suits and Coats. A clearance of Waists and Wrappers A clearance of Children's* Wraps A clearance ol Knit Under-; learance ot Shoes. A clearance of Neckwear, A clearance o? Stationary A clearauce of Flannels. A clearance o? Millinery. partmenl has somethin . kmI lo < -i 1 ? -1. \\'i- -i nil, express prepaid, purchases thai umounl t<> $5 E you live within a radius of 100 miles ol Wash in. S. KANN, SONS & CO., mI. >:. ii Pa. Ay.*.. Washington, I > ? '. I ?**<-< ,),..,-t thi iiiK win ii-.. ig Machi ti? on tti Mk. THE LATEST and GREATEST VICTORY lu. ?m Krinnda H >? grad yam with Um information that tlit? wann -t? is-, M .*.< ihm: In.? m.t hlgh-feit r? it t!'?' Urea! I'ari? Kxposition in havi'i-. !.t. awarded tin- Ool?l Medal. Wtn-n jrne <*?m?i,li-i that ni tlii-?- Exposition tti?- world met in eorop-atitlon ? IthaU ili.it reprasantf gre.**? and Impro-raaMnt, yoo **iii i ,,iii|>r?'li?'ii'l tin- Important?! i.f '.!. to n?, and to 7oatuauseror pro -??-. of tin* m m ii. U tob tara think. ng?( baying ?rouraatf .1 ma-anlne jroa li?'! bettor let h? Madrona warm ota tria 1 n it ?m in! kiml? of material, ami il iii.irk.-t, >?>ii ni-?*<l nut takf it. A trial Bale by E. S. KVANS, Agent, No. 819 Main Street. Predericksburs Va MALGA -'i'l.'* (ireat I'ur?' t-.r alaria, Chills, Fever and La Grippe. 'M.'i'ii a' is ia vu;: i.-ilil,- rompona I, lab *.rinles?i and liiiaranti ,1 to i-iirt* Malaria. Tliilla. l-?-ii-r and Igaa. For La Grippe il is Um ?itiu-kt-Mi and ?afi'Ht rvtned.v kaowa I'ri it fur vuiir KIDNEYS! l'on will h ?urprieed bo* t-juicklj it acta Haiga" is nN?> aponw-M aad lam?n?: TONIC and APPETIZER. i air aaJe at ail Irat-daaa dran etocea tmrjwmtn BaaB boulai 50 eeot*. l-iiray Imtl.-s -fl 00. Try it. Sheathing Paper We have it in three grades, 75c., Sl.OO. $1.25 a Roll. 500 Square Feet to Roll Specially low price on three-ply Tarred Roofing. ADAMS'BOOK STORE Fredericksburg, Va. iVHITS HOUSE ? ? Repair? Will ? xpensive. ' , ' -n*'; The ? ? ol pub ? - i h i i. : ? ? ; Hi 'Vill !.. y owing I SALM'S NEPHEW FOUND F. C- JoHi-a;on, cf Vincland, N. J., H;i ,,t?-i A'nca. ? . . .1. ?il H,.mi ippeared in : ? ai i ?I to 1. I I DUllj ili-alt wild at \nnv. i , g i ? > 1111.1 fi lai a ? Salm S ??nia? 'ii Ihr i-.?! i'ii ? nta, Colonel and M i lohnaoa, ol thla liiy. thai KY?*d ? nil, bad ?i-.n round; thai he wan in South Africa, and that he sailed I'm m Antwerp for boaae Saturday. Th?; reel ntly wrote that she learu ?*,i from Pradertck'a friande that hf bad expreaoed a daatre to visit South Africa and the aceae? of the Boat war ami sh?? intended instituting a scar. 1, un bina down there. That Frederick ?.i-- found and hrmight to Hi?- prince?? ii> her nceatfl is erldeat Appropriation Bill? in th-* Heute. R Ian L'T. Tin- huusi ? made a new record in tfca natter of appropriation bills The bill araa ? ?iniili woi il of deba e, Tha il.ii h followed, i? is nut completed yesterday, as Mr. Burtua Republican ol Ohio, made ? long ??,.li on it in genoral <*riti? ism ol tin polk*) "i im* govemraeal toward a reauliilina was adopt ??d calling on the poatmnatei genera for III?- i m i ???siHiiuti'i!? ??? in Hi** Indian alo Miss ptralofflce ?as? Preparing to Rcc t-ive the Elka. Baltimore, Jaa .''? Joacph T l'an nintr. oi ladiaaannll?, rhalraaaa of th? boar?! of grand trwateea ot Um Baaoto l,m Order ol Blha and <.?-orge A. Rey noiii? of Ragtaaw Muh. grand Becre tary of the KIUs. art** here to make th? preliminar*/ arraageaie-ata lor th? aaetlng of the grand lodge, which li to lake place in (his ? ii v in Inly. Th? city i oiitu il ol Halt i nun?* has made * liberal appropriation for the illumina lion of tin- ?ity on that o< rasi?n. JUDGE DAY FOR, SUPREME BENCH Accept? the Appointment to Succeei Justice Shira?. Ciinion. ()., Ian. 27.?Judge W. H Day lias accepted a tender of appoint nu-nt as aaeoclate justice of the Unite Stale? Supreme Court. Judge Da natd yeeterda**, in answer to a quer as to Ins appointment: **I receive the tender from President Roosevel Saturday. I niail*-?l my a'ceptanc thi?. morning." Judge Day does not know when th Appointment will t>e sent to the ?et nte H?- will take the place of Justic Bhlraa, who will retire in a few week) Bank Loot Recovered. St. l.oiiis. Jan. 1*1 it. is reporte from Slam- n. Mo. that seciiritiea t tin- amount of $<ii).iiuii wore reoovere from the boaae Of Frank Rudolph b a party ol d.'??'i nes. These aeci ?rora put' Bf the loot of th Haul. "1 Datoa, Mo., which was rol I,;-,! liro iiiis aftei Christmas, whe nion?'\ and Mil aldf papers amonntin to nearly I1W.O0O were taken Wl Hani Audi i: on. or Rudolph, an 1 Fran Lewis, tin- ?iipposid robbers arl mir dert-rs of Detective Charles .1 Bain m?cher, are -dill at large. A rewar of $l!*'m has been off- fed for their a rest. ITie nun annt.?i ?anr-nef or th?* l'on federate Veteran Camp of New Vor wa? held at the Waldorf AatOria N?" York, last night Th" banking house of Ho* ir h toi Ford ?ft Co . of Burton. O . made ?d a: algoment yesterday A?sets, ICO?.Ofi? , Habilites.. $300,000._ DOUBT HERRANS CREDENTIALS Hi? Authority to Sign Colombian Treaty Questioned. Bgtoa Jan 27 ?Senator Mur ?fan. chairman of the iateroceaalc ca? nal committee, yesterday offered In [ the senate a resolution questioning the credentials of Thomas Merran. charge d'affaires of Colombia, who recently signed the isthmian ?ana! tnaty Mr Aldrlch Immediately made the point that the ?Object m-i?' ti" i oils' lereTtn executive session and the sena'e w?**n' Into execiiive sess'nii on the motios ol Mr Hal? Th" poial which Mr Morgan mad> was that (he validity of the go*, "rn men? w'.p a BCi redlted Hertas I United Btatea wa.; doubtful, and tl i be Inquired Inti by the i ? \- aooa u the doors were < loai 1 Mr \i?;r tent: too? th- Ion dlaCU.I 'ii" tubject at BOOH l"He'n He -aid there had been an el<* timi la ?S98. and thai It ??? ? that in" pi? .1 ing | bad authority to sen I a repreaentatire to the United states Senatoi Morgans raeotutioa, aftei ' ? onaldera I *.:.-? utlvf session ?rat referred to tue t-oaaaalt I tee on foreign relations ROOSEVELT GOES TO CANTON Will Participate in Celebration of Mc Kinley Birthday Exercise?. Ington, Jan 27. ? Praaideal RooaeveH and a party of lriends left here ia?i Bight via the Peanay Irania I Railwa*. for Canton O. where they1 are m parti, Ipnta in the celebration o: aley birthday eseretaea Ti,'-> lal train, wliif h I? fi th ? i', al 12.30 O'clock, made up ol th I ? lent . r. it.i ' oun?*r. the H'in lew i t an?i Hi.* Batrna. m ? ?Hid.iii.*!; inn liacgage and ?hair < ar. ? pa* i v in addition to th-? i s,-, retai v Hoot. Bet re tai*. Corn ' , i.- oaai'i Wood (?Ion- : T \ Litiuhaiii Captain \V. C Bl ltl\cy Of the navy Aaatotaai Secretary Brtghaaa, at the depai nu? ni Repra ?tire W It Tbj k i Hoa Charles Baaorj Sniitii, Edward A. Kin*? and Jnllu? Wblttag ii >.t ? aataa LYNCHED AND CREMATED After Bemo Riddled With Bullet? Ne gro Was Burned in His Home. New Orleans Jan E7.?John Timm as, w ; i < ? ahoi and killed BherM nenja ' mil, F On. in St ('hail?--. Pari?t early yesterday, "-as lynched yeeter -lav Bfteraooa Although wounded in the ni m I. and hid In th ?Irania.:?- .lilil? n| AabtOO plantation a nop away He waa dlacoreced bj liir- pursuer?, ri 1 )i,-d willi Pullets 1 ni home and crcmat eil with a!! Ol his effect?. Thomas the ball) of the ?action and had aaaaalted a negro vttk a platoi. Bbet Iff On wei i to ?erre the warrant, and Thomas killed him with a shotgun, tin si ? lid m . .".ling in reaching hlu, ???ill. ' i.e ballet as ho fell. AMERICANS BOLOED Mr. Osborne, a Teacher, Among Vic tins of Philippine Bandits. Manila. Jan. ^7 It i** reported here that the volunte* r force organtred at; Bolinao. Province ot Enashalea tor thi purpose of ilsperarag ib<- Ladrones In thai Vtcialty lias h.-.-n d.-feated and that three Americans, ia-ctoding Mr Osborne, a tea?her. w?*re killed. Thr Ladrones outnumbere,| the volunteers. suiToutidfd the latter and boloed them. Tin- Amcri?*ans died fighting. The de tails of the affair obtainable at area eat are ni? agre. Pratfs Second Trial Begins. Brad lag, l'a., Jan. l'7 - Th>- aeread trial ot V illiam H. Prat?, of West Chest? r, charged with Murdering his wil,- ou lui. It 1901, began peie yes terday before Judge Bnaentront Pratt pleaded not guilty Y'? ? tfrda. s ?es ?ion was il. voted to s !??< ting a Jurv. After the jn**v was completed fix Dis? trict Attorney rtaldwin. of Chester county, outlined what the prose? ut?on intended to" prove The bearing of testimony began today. Meyer Joins Royal Shooting Party. Rome Jan. 'it.? Ambassador Meyer i and Foreign Minister Prtaettl joined the royal shooting party ai Castle I'ur ?iar.o. Good sport ts antK ?paled, as wild boars are plentiful. The king traveled to Castle Porziano in Mr Meyer*a motor far Three wild boars were killed by the king and Ami.as sailor :>l?-\?r In yr-ierdays hunt Bov and Girl Killed by Insane Man. Charlotte. V. C, fan. ST.?HI Hog ers. a whl'e man living near Stouts. In Cnlon eonntv. yesterday killi-d a ne gro boy and a white girl. Rogers had been In th? ?late hospital at Morgan I town twi?e and was discharged from , lha? inslitiition in 1*96 as improved. Tbe bloody ?Jted.s were done in a tit ' of insanity Eight Miners Burned by Explosion Wllkesbat re. Pa.. Jan 27 ?An er plosion of gas occurred tn the Oak wood colliery of the Lehlgh Valle*. Coal Company 'ast evening tn whirl ; eight men were badly burned A for ; elgn miner had Ignited a body of gas i He and his laborer to,jk off their coat> ' and fought the fire, which was soot extinguished ^ When the eight mer came along later they ran Into a bl; body of gas and the explosion follow ed Three of the men burne<| wera taken to their home? Five other are (c the hospital. I WO men w-re ?nia*-?! auu our lainn, Injured In a freight wreck on the Will lamsport Se North Branch railroad aekr WUHamaoort. Pa., yaaterdav_ KE?Ittf?S lilil?? Doblin Say? Mr Quigg Did Not Of? fer Money to Bribe Lessler. STATEMENT CAUSED SENSATION Witness Say? $5000 Bnbe-y Story in Submarine Boat Sea dal Was Ar ranged by Congressman Le?s!er Naval Con-mit*e? Astounded in |T? Philip Dob tflAed uefore the bous?* ? aaval affaii? Satardn: : approached Bepreeenta live :., n) r ,t \?\X York. --with an ?rffer of money la laSnaaee hi?* vc en the bill, and who mad* ? Item Mil thai h ? had b*---**** told there Btlghl be IIOM in It f-.r him made ih* astounding -*tat*ni'*nt befor? -? y sate i day that h. had - 11 n day whli h w?-*r r.ot true, tad 'ha' he wanted to re? in n' '.hat Mr Quigg ha I a trun- to i.ini Th ?me without any prevlou? thai Dm ?in intended raakln*. retractloa Members of tbf it one another it ?rent ea with t.*.s ?tat.'n.ent "!n wtiat respecta was your testi? mony - i BtmeT" Reptasen tativr- , . ,* Doblin "Th" Matemeats I made regardtni to Mr. 1 aaatw man no trie Mid rxihlln in a clear voice "When I -aw t.essler hare after th< story bad appeared in the papar?, h, ?aid t" n:<* You v. gol lo stand fo thai 'toi v ? i eaa i do h.* i aatd Th?-n I am politically dead ' he an \nd you'll un? m? wit yon.' i reptil d I he .?p?>aker." Lessle i-atd 'He will fix tt alt rlcht ' II vent "ut and im?* hack He said h hfid ?? en the ?|. gk? i and that H wool he all t Is lit Vo'-il me to go befor the ?ur - mmittee and Mihstantlat his story. The telegram from lassie upon which I ame to Washington I aa follows Take midnight trait Come to me. Want to see you. Kc-e thtl icnn.l.ntlal. (Signedl Monte.' "After I had read the paper abou the bribery ? harge. lissier told me would have lo go before the commit tee: that they were friends of hie ?nd thai nothing more would come c It. I ?-iai,| I ?ould not stand for tb ?tory, but he said I would have ti His serrctaiy. Mr Sun. fame In 1st' ?nd told me to come on with him t the commit tee, and he'd get me in s no one would see me When I got t the committee everyliody was frlendl and lold me It was all right. Chali man Foss gave me a cigar, and thought 1 was with Lessler'? friend?. 'They asked me whether Quigg ha offered me S5000 for Lessler and $10( for myself and at first 1 said no. Let? I thought, well. I can back up l<eaale and will be vindicated, and every thin will be all right. It's a cinch. "I made my statement and wei back to New York and thought it wi all over. Then 1 was called back, got one telegram from Chairman Fos telling me to come, ?nd another fro Lessler. who said: "Statement all rlgl Have no fear.' He also sent one my wife: 'Phil examined. Substa tlated story every way. He's all rlgl Will stny her for a time.' I went bai to the committee, and, still thinkli It would all stop there. I made up u mind to repeat my testimony. 1 nc want to retract every word In whl I said that Mr. Quigg tenderer"! me a bribe He retracted in every detail 1 statement dealing with an alleged i fer of a bribe from Mr. Quigg. Witness denied that he bad ev told Lessler. Obermeyer. or anytv> else that he had any money to offer conneition with the Holland boat b to Les? 1er or anybody else. "I kn< nothing about any jr. 000 offer till saw Lessler at 'he Normandie Washington I read the story In t paper 'Read that over," Lessler aa to me " "Did he tell you what to testify to Representative Tayler asked. "He did not say much except to t me to rea?l the paper. We went breakfast, and I asked him what hid lold the ?ommittee. 1 talk about the $5 000 bnslneaa.' he repli? ?I blurted it out, and you got to up and make your statement.' " 'When you appeared before t committee," Mr Tayler asked, "y ?old your story freely and without a suggestion ?in our part?" ?I did ' When Doblin left the stand the coi rnlttee** programme, which tontei ptat-d calling Or W R Ker to t stand, was abandoned and It went It ?StHl ans?ten Pome of the membe In vi.-w of the remarkable devele ment? favored dropping the Investit tlon. hot others urged that It be cc tlnued M Is understood that Mr Le 1er asked that he be permitted to ma a statement ?nd said that he had t other wltne?? he would call, whe upon the fommltlee decided that would meet again Representative Lessler wa? presi In the committee room -* *** "***'" Navajo Indiana Starving. Denver. Jan. 27.?A special fr Du rango, Colo., aays hundred? of 1 vajo Indians are starving on their r ervatlon in New Mexico, 60 or miles south of Durango. The con pondent says* "Hundreds of tb people are without a crum to eat, I many are wandering about beggl The drought of last season lef? th without crop? and the rivera i spring? dried up. ?heir stock ?fieri Inhg." TO UCT THE BLOCKADE Proposals of Venezuela's Guarantees Will Probably be Accepted. CUSTOMS RECEIPTS PLEOGEO C!o??d Ports Will be Opened a? Soon at Formal Agreement la Reached England'? Acceptance Received Waiting on Germany. Washington Jan 27.?Great Britain has given her assent to the propos! lor. ;o raine the Venezuelan blockade and nas promised to uae her Influenc* *ith the other ?Mies to that end Thi? ? ?.formation wb? conveyed to Minister Bowon vr?terday by Ambassador Her bert Italy la ready to co-operate with England, and a? soon as Germany gives ner --oti.ent the blockade will ?.ease rnofllcial information as reached Mr Bowen <**onOrmed him In the bellel that the pending controversy would tx ?ettled soon and satisfactorily." It developed that the proportion or the custom*, dues collated at La Guaira and Porto Cabello to be paid to th? allies Is 'iO per cen\ These two ports collect a large part ot the total cus torn? receipts of the country. Undei this .i taut-en.? ni probabjy a caab pay? ment ?.an be dispensed! with, as the 111110ms rer? tpts would <j"*?lckly defray the piasslng it.dlvldttal > lalm? of the allf.s 4 May be Raised TomorW Caracas. Jan. 27. ? The Associated Pri ?s . orresjior.dent has received ? communication fiom the British nave' oflifer ?t La Guaira informing him lhat th? bio- hade will be raised to moirow. Promise to Rait? Blockade. P'-tlin. Jan. 27.?Written declara tions regarding raising the bio kade ol the Venezuelan ports have beeen ex? changed between Mr. Bowen and th<* representative? of Great Britain. Oer many and Italy. In their declaration? the representatives of the European powers promised to consent to the im mediale ralsinR of the blockade at ?o?in .is an agreement Is concluded be tween them and Mr. B?iwen, emboily Ins the conditions laid down by tin powers These foii.liiions chiefly relate ti the gaeraateea to be nirnisi.i-d h; Venezuela, which has offered a pot tlon of thi* customs revenue of I? Guaira ami Porto Cabello A cpn-siloi which I? being considered is whethe the allies shall establish an interns tlonal commission for receiving th customs, or whether some neutra agent shall be appointed receiver. I the latter course Is decided upon It I believed that some American authorlt will be chosen perhaps Mr Bower The proposal contemplates divldin the allies* claims Into three grade; and Unit each be treated separatel and in proportion to their validity. It is still believed here that all th mailers in dispute will he satisfactor lly arranged at Washington, wlthou resorting to The Hague arbitratlo a-ourt. The German foreign office la ver hop?;ful of an early settlement and c the raising of the blockade wlthou mu? h further delay. It Is exp?ame that Great Britain's acceptance ws forwarded to Washington first becaus Mr. Howen submitted his proposal < Ambassador Herbert before seelr Count Quadt. the German charge d'a fa i i es Italy Ready to Accept. Rome. Jan 27 ?The Italian goven ment Is ready to accept the propos tlon of United Statea Minister Bow? to set apart a certain percentage of tl customs receipts of Iji Guaira and Pi erto Cabello a? a guarantee for 1t payment of the foreign claims. TI government consider? lhat the guarai tees offered by Venesuela through Mir Ister Itowen arc sufficient to warrar the raising of the blockade, which, is understood here, will cease as soo as Germany agree? to the proposal! The foreign warship?, however, wl remain in Venezuelan waters Changes In Lehlgh Valley. Philadelphia, Jan. 27?The newl elected board of director? of the I-a* high Valley Railroad Company mc yesterday, but failed to complete th reorganization. The matter was place In the hands ot the committee of th board members, with power to an The board faded to re-elect the prei eat secretary. K. R. Fansbowe, and th treasurer. W. C. Alderson. both e whom will continue in office pendln the action of the clmmlltee. The o flee of ??rond vice president wa? r< vlved. and J. A. Middleton. asslstar to Um president, wa? elected to tb position. President Thomas state that the action of the board in failln to complete the organization wa? t: ken in the Interest of economy. Bank Robber? Driven Off Chariotte.N C .Jan 17.?An Ineffea* nal attempt was made to rob the bar at Mocksvllle, N C. early yesterdt morning The noise of the explosif, aroused the cashier, who with a other office, of the bank, rushed I the building and were fired on by ti roibers ?' numbe:' of shots were e cha?e- lut r.f une was iajured Tl robber* secured a ?mai: amena! loo*? money and were driven off Whipped * ye?' old Bey tc Death. Rmiin Ceatre Kan . Jan 2" Alb?? lorian a wealthy farmer aad S wife .1 Crystal P:aIo? ?re in la! ?ei charge'! nv ihe ?-orcner'-a Jury wl whipping "? death Harry Riper? ??-yea*- eld boy for whom they we Bctlac a? inardlana._ Eagle While Lead Co. CUfGUQ) 11! oiuo. Baltimore Branch: 447 North St., Geo. O. Shivers, Manager .Mak<r The Famous Eagle Brand ..Pure While Lead.. 8 Get Vigor n and Strength Vln-gii-ol doe? create atrenirth, it maintain? h?Rlth. We know thi? because it ha? been proven i in hundred? of in?t?ancea It's, not nuera?ary to ?ay why and ? how Via-gu-ol la the beat nerve t tonic and the bent builder oil health. It's tro? merit la plninly I evinced by the high praise we bear I every day. The great demand ' for it wherever intro?t need, phe-' nomenal demand, ?how? what ' people think of it? worth. Be ' ?ide? being such a good i; to tone the nerven, party the blood and give ?trength and . vigor, it's ?o palatable and ac- ' reptablc to the at-nnm-h U i* know that it will do all claim for it. Of cotinae. we recommend VI.V ', QU-OL unhesitatingly. Why " ' Hccaiise we know that if? the I beet remedy of its kind you can possibly get. ? VIN-GU-OL fn mmmt t.j* m D. C. BOWMAN, ?^ I/tatrthutlug Aga-nt. ! r-ilertckaharg. -AT THF? RICHMOND BAZAAR, ISO?, I8?8. 181(1, 1812 K. Franklin St., Hirhmond Va.., I will have for ?ale at puiille auction every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY throughout the year 250 t, Horses and Mules For next Wednesday we will have ex trabigrun. Toucan get aomctbing to ?nit everybody. Be with u* if in need. JOSEPH LA31TTER. thomas~Triley, WASHINGTON, 0. C LUMBER ?AND? Millmwork. Largest and moat complete ?lock in town. If yon intend to bnild, call on me for prices. We bave a lot of Floor? ing we can sell for fi.25 per 100 sq.ft. Office and Yard, i.?,tb St*, and Ohio Ave.. N. W.; Phone, Main 135. Yard and Wharf, Foot 6th St . Potomac Rtver, S. VV. ;. Phone, Main juSo--? Georgia Pine Yard, 8th ?ml I St?., 8. W.; Phone, M?in 13S9-1. Millworh Depot, 8th and K Sts.. S. W.; Phone, Main 1289-5. Groce* foi? Wood's Meal. SENO FOR OUR PAINT CA TALOSUE and COLON CABOS. Cost 70s notblaj** aaafl will ?av? yea mosasy. C^H. WlVKKLMAVtt ? Oo? 18 W. Prt-att strw?, BmJMmfwm.lt*. Pi?it. of all kind? tor a? parpnaw, THC WtIZe WINNCft. Stieff Piano? 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