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??1 Cttvulatkio is not ,-iItmivs a matter ul Bguree. ,TJ| An v u?-ivs|. aper i .m print t Imii-nil ? ??f copi?e and ??fl _i-re timas away, bat the Mlow who won't pay for a <3J n.iv-i; . buy much frniii i' i>| that i? *.i?r ?M^& IT BBBsBsBMfSastd ot*#d U'1% >evotedtoA?r!cu.turril,Commerc!alend Manufacturlnglnt^restsof FY^derlcksburonnritK ^.7_~ ?-.?-???-,-,________* l'iOfiwat?r Vol 19, No i8 *3r"d Piedmont Count! iEOE.MCKSBURG. Va., Tuesday, March 10. 1903 Second Part. Ppi--.f, q r ' A GLORIOUS SPRING- SEASON OF 1903 13 Corner" and its big army <?i patrons. The ?dvanco'showing of the m w Bpring merchandisi mirrors fashion's newest und pretties! ideas. We areiirsl in the lit-!?! with the new 1903 Wash Shirt Waists, Wash Drcs-j Uoods, N< ! ol these goods have arrived, and there is much t.. i n by an early selection. Many of the are exclusive with as ?and come only two or three of a kind, which m.ikca it impossible for us to duplicate our orders ?Then these are gone. Our success in the past li.is only made us more determined for bittrer efforts in the future. This is t progressive era and a progressive store. Each ahead of its pred? We have this season filled in the small crevices of imperfection th , ami we feel that, wo are nearer the goal of perfection to-day than ever before. Kadi department ow. Come look around you are always welcome ADVANCE DISPLAY OF 1903 WASH FABRICS. I l Hae of Imported and . ? ?intbeeity Sot oaly la it the handsomest ?eolleetioa ever shosro, tail many/<?! the prettiest effects n .I a dree* length, which makes them very exclusive \ m? ?un the aoveltiea are l''..?in-li Bordar ICI ami I.;.mu? Carilla ?' K Mill! l\ K Crolj Sana Dak? Oepos. Kmbroldered Voile, Llaaa d Plaids ;.?.!. i i- k . rc-risetl Wa I bevlota ete. I'l.li'l.s START \T VJfyr THE NEW 1903 WASH SILKS. | ? , - aha) ?.I a departure Iron srhat baa l? en skosra ia'tfte tnu?t a - r l -inn'ii eloster dots ; the near Corded Wash Silks, la pin dota aad eheaka and aarroa stripes and Taffetas and ilorinirs The forelan 8ilka ar? also atoat gofgeoaa A FORECAST OF 1903 READY-T0-WEAR GARMENTS, \\ itboot ili.nl.t ours Is ih" mo t novel and heautil Women's aad Children's Ready-to ?rear Qaraicata erer exhibited I-'.\?tv Btjrleja, shown and Irom th myriads re pi rbese are the moat eHeetive aad exclaaive styles i' b?a ever been our |.i. n, ure to show. Purchase* am? within aradi a?ol IOO aalleaof Waahlantoa S. KANN, SONS ? CO., ?tli Street an? PennsyiTania ?Yenue. WASHINGTON, D, C To Cure a Cold in One Day stau. ive Bromo Quinine Tablets, js <j/A o? every , iold in post I 2 months. This S??UiatUTe, *-'? S0^?CyTZrtf^.^l>O'X:ojC? ) JUST FOR AN OFENER. 100 Pieces India Linous at 15c. per yard. Worth 20 and 25c ISAAC IIIHSH & SON. you can Save 25 per Cert by calling on A.S.Creenbaum Ladies' Tailor and Furrier, 715 11th St. N. W. A'sVsbinKtoB, D. C. BPBC1 ils, A Russian Marten Scarf, 53 inches long, sample goods, | worth $5.50 elsewhere, mj price $3,75. Also i sample near Seal Coats, worth oisewhere $40, my price, ?$29.50. Para remodeled ?nthe lates! styles Eagle While Lead Co ilNClNNA'lI, OHIO. Baltimore Branch: 447 NortL St., Geo. O. Shivers, Manage] ..Makers ot.. The Famous Eagle Brand ..Pure White Lead.. Vai.. Dannkhl. Hasi'i. DkSma/i. Dannehl&DeSliazo Opp. T. F. ft 1?. Depot, 'l'houe 127. Freilerickblnirx, Va. Practical Machinists RliPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY. Radaatea furnished on construction. Supplies ?lelivereil on short notice. 10,000 ssrda s! Bark Waaui ! Chesnut, Spanish ami Black Oak, for which the highest caib price will be paid by TIIK IOHN 0 tiURKAMP CO ? ["he (ireal Cur?- for-? Malaria, Chills, Fever and La Grippe. "Malin is a vegetable compound, is liartnless and gnaraataed to eue Malaria ? ?.ills. Ppverand ?Virus Por LaUrippeil is the quiekse) an?! w;if?-Ht reaaad" kaowa i ri it fur voiir KIDNEYS! You ? ill he lurprised how i|tiiekl~ it acts "Malga" in aleo a powiartel and laatiag ; TONIC and APPETIZER. Por aale at all first class dran stur-? everywhere Small bottles 50 reata l.iiru'e liottl.-H .?1 ?in Try it VICTOR TALKING _vc_^o_Eciisr__;? A source of unlimited entertainment. Various styles and prices. Sold on instalment plan ADAMS'BOOKSTORE FREDERI3KSBURO, VA SEE US Al-out Connect in?,' Your Ik ?use with Citj Sewers. We ose the best SALT GLAZED I'll'K sad PORTLAND CK MEXT, an?l Guarantee our work. Our prices arc vcrv i? i Siill.ibh'. E. J. CAIN <? CO. SANITARY FtUMBKRS VKTWIV FOl? MINERS Forecast of Findings of Anthracite Coal Strike Commission. VERDICT TO HOLD THREE YEARS It is Believed Miners Will Receive Increase in Wa~ea and Indirect Rec? ognition of Vc Union?The Boycott Will be Cono'emned. w'sshii. ? Uan h 7. President I;. cos strike rommlasloB is hurrying with Iti rrpori and tha d'?, nmenl ??i, probablj if in the ha jf the pre l?li?ni wltl In a week. Tha Ion baa all bul a creed til th.- vital polnti ?m which n wna re? quired to pa i th( i -,- -r; i on all iminli rsol the commis? on bul ii la stated, Beverthe l?>s. thai the foreran! preseated here? with -t'y hm correctlj tin main decisluua and recomraendationa ih.-u will be mads in the reporl to the presld? al This ?s a half-oAi lal prophecy la renard to the Undines: There will i??- n! lean! a 10 per eenl ail\mi. ? in the pay foi bbIb?bk to Inks ??fi.-, i troni the time ihn minen turned lo work last October, Ths pet dii-in employ?s will aot have their ?vages Increased, bul will Ix* rscom mended for the same pas loi h day ?if Bins bourn The system of pay will be regulated. Wherever practicable ths opera will In- ii-to ii.tl to pay by weicht in atead of h> iii<- ear, aad elsewhere h> the liseal yard. Tha miaera will have cheek do? king representntlvea at their own en pease. This ?ill practically amount to a second increase In wagea There will be indirect recocalUoa of the iiiiitm, which ??ii corns wbea the Budines are submitted by Presiden! ROO '\?-ll in .lohn Mili lull ns | dent of the ntltters' union The canses Of the .strike as found hy ? the commission will not be comforting to the coal mining companies. The lu.y. ?lit will be condemned, and the principle will be laid down that a miner I. ?.- a right to work without mo leatatron, eren though he doe-. n?ii be loiij., to the iiiiitm. The tenu <>f ;he verdict are to hold for thr<->- years, and n < oniniendations are to h>- made for settlements i>; ami nth'-r gaaalloBS at the end of that period In local disputes th>? operator* win be Bdvlsed to in at with ?onimili, the miners, and there may he a siikrcs tion for local boat ?Is of arbitration The wage-seals gaascJoa has been troiiblesoin.- because Bf the tlifl'?-rent customs in various mites. In sum?- of the mines lh?y are paid hy ths rar. The i ar is supposed !.. hoid a ton. t'sinif as an excuse the fact that the ?-oal almost invariably contained slate, the aparatan bavs from time to time incri-as.it th? slM of the ear until ths BBBOBBl of eoal the men mint- mom for a carload the thanrellial iur. ?is sonnt inns more than a t?m ?nul a half. In addition to this, ths miners as? sert that hy a svstem of dockage they are deprived of a btrge i?-r Beat of their earnings, and ? in- of ihrir main demands has l?e? n lot miners' repre? sentative? to ihak and vi-rify th? weights as BBeertalBBd by ths drx-k bosses, and. at the sxaeaaa of the mln ? i epraasnl the nn-n. In Other . <iilieii?-s th?- mSB ar?- paiit ?o mu? h |?er yard of ?oal. and In IVnn sylvania A- Heading mines the are paid I.y BBlghl afti-i the ????al is fakvn from the mine. Thla last mention*-?! Sys? tem : rioni the fact that the coal In thaee ealllertaa Is In verthal \.-ins. ami there is no ??By In which the miner can avoid loading the slate with the coal. ABSCONDED WITH $1,000 Charla T. Moloney, of Woodbury, If. J., Disappears. RUMOR OF A WOMAN IN THE CASE Missing iVa.n Was General Superin t of Pennsylvania Warehous? ing Co., of Philadelphia, and Is Charged With Cashing Forged Check disap? pearance or Chai !? i ? Safe Depoail result? .1 in the ?lis. over? what i.? now be* ..i I7JMM on the Gira .1 Nut im.al Rank ?lint; of -,-?aitis t<? the satisfaction of the bank ofll? i.t!-- the iaaaoa loney't n< e. it bow appears thai oa Ta? Girard National Bank was thai the check was i forgery and a claim waa then mad? oa th<? bank for restitution. When the board of direct? ors of the ha la] the mat t? r of the cheek aad the ?laim of the warehof and tli'-n ii waa ih?i the fa. ts ware first Iliad?' public. C* m am i ni: Moh?n? v. all that could i?>.1 eat thai !;?? has ao4 bean at ? ? ipany sin ? day. II?' telephoned, they ?-ay, tin Mon ? in Woodlmry, N. J.. where he lived with his srlfe aad child, that hit eyea troubled him. aad that ha woal?J not in- at ihf offlce. Than tin? taveati - I ? ?t is further report?t : eapoaalble foi his wife an? child. rirs. M?.'- l fr..:i lay. Nothini . o ? learned either of hei or of Moloaey'a where about s. Chart? s T Moloney is^ahon ??hi an . . bande?me. l?<. ha: been married oaly aboal thu and Ii - and a half old in 1 ht? 1", iinsy \\ . pany ?ii be made ^?"?i by hla suret; in the sum ?if $10,000. Ills fri.'ii.l: bava ;?!-?'." II i reported, offered t< ?rake aettlemenl on a basis of ahou two-thirda Th . .1 ehe? k bore tin of A. M. Bright, treasurer o ompany, aad William Rummel retary. it ?to hav? been n. la t?i ?ash." and ai Motonej la well Known to th? Giran Bank <>t*?. lala it waa caahed wlthoa km. DENOUNCES THE TREATY Cuban Senator Says Reciprocity Is ? Scheme of U. S. to Control Island. Havana, March T.?Tha raetproelt, u.ite aKaiti yes and the debate was adjourne? fintii today, in tin? couraa of y eater ?lay afternoon's debate Beaor San gully denounced the treaty as a echeaa on th?. part ?>f the Ualted Btataa, tl?' afgaed to keep Wim ?pea ii romiaatc out of Cuba la order that the form?' eountrj might secare the entire con nerelal as well as the poUttcad contre of the Island. Benor s?\a, fn a laagthy ipcial quoted Bgurea to prora that even If th allegations made that the aogar trat and other Interesta would lx-m-fit ur der the reciprocity treaty arara tru the risi.lt COUM not be oth??rwis<? thn benefleiiil t?i Cuba. It has been a: serted that the sugar and tobacco ii dustries will make an additional proi nadar the treaty of $6,0i)0,(H>0 aunuall Pension For Cornell Professors. Ithaca, N. Y, March 7.?Announc nient was made yesterday of a sehen for tin- peaatoalBg of Cornell (Talve sity professors who. In accordant with Hie rule adoptad by the board 1 trust.-1:- last rail, will tie retired aft. attaining the aue of 7') years. Oi hurelr? 1 and lili y thousand dollars h: been flv 11 the university for this pi: tnd Ulla ainount will ht? placid compound it.terest until 1014, when will amount t<, fZSO.OOO. Each prof? sor retirad will receive an annual pe sinn .it $1..'."", tint-, fourths of whi? will he paid from th?- pension fund ai one fourth of which will be ?-ontrlbut. by th?. proftaaora it is experte?], ho ever, that ?irufessors who reach tl at;?' limit before 1914 will also recei the bru.dis of tho pension schema Millionaire Dies of a Scratch. Denver Cokk, March 7. ? Jam? Sfettauer. a promim-nt eliilunan at financii-r of Chicago, died at the Men Hoapital in this ?iiy of blood poiso IntT resulting; from a scratch infliiitt while sh?vin?. The injury was 1 ??eive.l a week a??). A day or so lat erysipelas set in anil was followed I a compilation of l<i?lin?y trouble. Tl body has been shipped to Chicas;?? f. burial. Mr. Btattaaar 1. ft a fortui estlmateil at $r..?????.?idi'i. n<? came Den\er twn week* ago to transact p vat<? bastaaaa Pearl Necklace In Ashes. Chl.-aKo. Mar? h 7. \ iiearl 11.?. kla rapos tad l.ist or stolen by Mrs. B. Campbell. Dearborn avenue, and f whhh detectives were searching se eral days, was found in a heap of ash at h?>r limn?', burned to a tinder. T m-? kla. ??. ?hi. h was valued at $5.0< was thrown imo the stove by the ??<*] whlli' preparing dinner. Mrs. ?Cam bell sought the aid ot the police in r eoverlnK the j?-wels, as she thong they had been stolen. When a sean of th?. premls??a failed t?> reveal th* bldiiiK pla. .?. Mts. Campbell becai ?convinced that they bad been stolen. THE I?FFAI.I) MYSTERY Murderer of Edwin L. Burdick May Never Be Known. ARE NO NEW DEVELOPMENTS Worrt.-m Known As "Police Suspect" Is Believed to Be Guiltless aad Ef? forts to FaBtcn the Crime On Her Will Be Unavailing. Buffalo, N. V, Man h 7. -That the ? in I.. Bardl? '?- v-ill Bevei bl te j'istic?. it, i I ' i : I : ?n tl ? i of infini ::. . ?? U? h" '. e. id- 1-., ?? ? 1 !i> I he police. The woman who has been un :,,:i and who has be ? far as the crime it cow erm .1 by some of the offl irtmi at and the d trid attorney*! office, ami they are rlnced that all efforts to fasten the crime upon her will i??> unavailing. The] do um pretend tn have any clear iilea who the munl'-ier is. th say that tin- right trail has not been struck. The probability of an Imm?? diat?- arrest being mad?- in grows Blighter every hour. Other onViala ar<* as sanguine as ? v.-i that an arrest will be made. They will not predict when. It may l?e mad? ri any moment; It may not be for a among tin'-' who remain un? shaken in this belief Is Superintendent Bull, ni ?h?- pollcs ?Inner! bbiib! Et? ? ! batt ? \' i.n'l if he suspect ed the sann- persoa now as being 111? siay.-r nl Bardli k .is be did earlier it the ai "I do,*' he. repU.il. ernphati. ally. "And do ymi Believe a woman kniet nui di- !<"'' "I do: that Is my opinion " "Will an arree! Isoma?* "I .un confident Iheas will be," re pli?d General Hull. An interesting ?lay uas the statement mud?- by Chk of Detectives Cuanck that las gol itlcb theory had been abandoned. 11 I li.it th.- potter was n iisi-d in COBUBlttlag IhB muni? r. II ? 1 ib.- conviction that tii weapoB used waa carried away tint II- is sure of that, but ha i not so sure that il was carried to th bouse by th.- murderer. Neither wi; I,.- rentare an opinion ss to the kin ,?f U i .IJ'i.'l II*, il "Any arr?ate Imminent?" Mr. On nach waa ask?-?i ?asi evening. "None that I know of. My men BI working hard, but we have not ai y determined on miking arreeta" Pl Palaa left his ntli, e in ami paid a visit to his wife at ?hei Kiiiiwoiul a\, i.,u home, noth O PBiae and Mrs l'aine have reiaine lawyers to look after their interest! Dr. W. K. Webster, or Batavia, reprf Beating l>r Pnlne, gave an Intenrie? yesterday, in which he acath aounced rtie methoda of tha police, Mrs I'aiii. ? i- in a happy moo erben a reporter called at her h o m Bing, "Do you know.'' she tai with a snii!??. before any queatloB un sskod. "do you know that I he ?Pic. lives have been withdrawn and th: neither myself BOr my husband are in der the surveillance of the police, r.-.-i st. happy and tree Actual cu tody could hardly be worte than wh I have endured.'' Helen Keller's Plea For the Blind. Boston, March 7 Miss Hei? n Ki 1er. who, although d??af, dumb ai blind, is a student at Radcliffe C? lege, addressed through an atienda the legislativ? committee ?m clin ati? da) In behalf of a bill for tl relief of th?' adull blind. Her bmbbbi to the committee was a feeling or and she urged all poaalble aid to h fellow anfortu?atea She said th the blind did m it n. <^<l the higher e( ration, bul did require h?lp In ord to tak?- ih ir places In the industr world Many prominent people al favored the bill, aii'l the heartag w clos? d Bold Attempt at Highway Robber Johannesburg. March 7?A desper: n empi at highway robbery in t center of Johannesburg was mad" yi terday. A OOUpte of men attacked t raatoma offl i mg $..??.u?hi the hank, ami, throwing pepper their , red the money ba which they threw to a horseman, w galloped off. The horseman In 1 ?flight kno? ked down a man nan Brandon, who was fatally injured a soon expired. fllllsseijBBBllj the ho: bolted and unsealed its rider, who v then MTBBted and the money r??c? arad Captain untie to Retire. Wnahbsgtaa, March 7. ? Capt Abraham II II l.illie, captain of navy yard at League Island, Phllai phia. has i!i i.le application for ret ment, and hy ill IBS, of his long i honorable sei > Ice, dating from ? tember, 1St".2. and Including 20 ye at 3ca, he ?ill be placed on the reti Hat with the rank of rear admiral, waa appointed from New York. Mimsft-r ueci a reo insane. Chi? ago. March 7? Rev. J. M (\ well, at on.? time a presiding elder the Meth*ndhs1 Bptaeopnl church, i declared insane yesterday by a Jntj Jadge Carter's court. He will taken, it I? said, to a private si tiiriiini in Wlaroaeta The heating I the out? ome of an alleged attempt the Rev. Caldwell to commit auk niter hiving been arrested on a cha of disorderly conduct, , Direct From the Mill NEW FALL LINE of heavy goods for men's and women 'a wear. Cheap Mill Remnants. WOOLEN HILL 5T0RB I NDRB I'lNWAV. GORI iON * GARNETTS _BANK._ I. II Nm.iai.K, I'rsi., F. L. lsCogrTI Vli-.'-l'rv?. i:. Ii i.i.?m, S*c'y. a Trass. jMEUDECKE?v Tobacco Company. ?01. 106 (Vntre Market Space, 701, 70S K. Lombard St., Baltimore, Md., 030 l'enn. Ave . N. W., Wash? ington, I'. C. Manufacturers and Jobbers of Plug and ???niokin? Tobacco, Cigars, Cheroots, ('?K'irt ttes, Snuff, Cipes and Smoker's Arti. les at Bock-Bottom Prices. Distributors of the famous Gco. W. Chllds A full line of Clear Havana Cigars. ?Bag Grain & flour Co. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. GRAIN, FLOUR, HAY, Etc. 104 S. Gay Street. BALTIMORE IVID. To the Public. At this season of "Good Will.'' when we should all be grateful for the man; blessings we bave enjoyed, j I wish to thank thu for the liberal patroa i age .v?>u have bestowed upon me. I ? cordially invite your continued patros? I age, assuring you that I will not only ! appreciate it, bnt will do everything in ! Dir power to maintain it. With best I wishes for your continued prosperity > and happiness. J am Very truly yours. D. C. Bowman? Drnggiat, 915 Main Street. WS HA VU A COMPLETE AI TVMATIC Acetylene Gas Plant For House Installation. Safe, Simple aad Durable. Does Not Affect Insurance. $48."?' Free TaUague of Other Siaoe Lasase Burners, ate. Ask oa, WALTER B. CLAY, 525 13th St.. . ? Weahiagtoa. I>. C. Qobx foi* Woods' M ?