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AN INDtPCrlOINT NEWSPAPER ?H.T TU-VEEKLT IN YININIi. jgiicrifliw flMrgrt9*v,ib Adraace 8ATIKDAY, OCTOBER U?. 1907 i RBVPOBT If it waxe not lor aacfa *<?*:? ? annually ???atlia-m "i Newport, tin? jr??Ua.nr journal?* would la>? a-otii |it?ll*r*I to rlotta' tlieir doairs ami . mam* baMnaatta. Tin? atotaffa of the |!:u and feative e/ive this rlii.r.- of [aajHTM eouit?tliiii<_- l" say I'ditorially ami aoaiethinft to go on in tlnir mws rolumiu*. Th*- \ nmlerl'tlts. tnaelet-, Aatona. i-ti- , make tint*?? papan worth readirur in the dry ami dusty don? day*. N??w every papar tu full of Mini* (ifxlalyt* unil her Hungarian Corjutof unprori? 'iiiniil'!??ti-ini" W hi I they ri'la-or wulk tin- (?verlasim?; rv p.irter ia on haml. Tin- ?lata? of their Intel,.?.'a marri lira-, with the trounat-nii of the iirida-, is a Bexbajael ol great tnt?Ta??at tothea?i>apers. ladaad, yellow journalism titula its basal suli j.ftn Htllollir this ? Mil? ?IIV of di - (or about one-half of \\mt frivolous crowd liava? lw?i?n ilivoii-iil. ladaad ?ome of them harn ban morvthari once. We arv* pl?>as*-?l to nay. how ever, that thi? i lass il.a.'s ?jot ra-pr? sent the b*?tt?r. tiiuch l.tm ti clans of Aitii-ri'-aii iin-n ami vvoim:i They an- simply un agJ,lf|jall?Bl ?i the new rieh, ?Ta do not baanrr* that the conwrvative citir ?? t" ri'iid what this aoarfetj tin; or says. It is plain, howei "er, thai the report??!-?* of t he yell .?a : iurn.il ?lo not a^rrat* with 11-. President, Fitili'v, of tin? Boathern RailwifV. in nn aiMlBBB to tin? tu-! eral Pananajlt .._.'? nt- in Wnshing ton on Tuesday In-'. charged that ili<? ili-mmi'l foe lower railmad far?';? has been [?ailiti' il in M_ioc_ntn,nnd baa liea'ti vuii-i-al in political platforms, rather than iwqaMta !?? rnQrond managers for redaction of fan-?.. President Kinli-v i? in par; right. Ihtn Iium Uhu h gnat danl ofafdta Hoa HMcerniaa. railroad ratea und fares by polit ir?an? who wer* aeeking thi'ir own per?, mal adra* rather than tin- pablic'a good, ami they have ? ? ? r t. 111 ? ? \ ?-': -l.-a. in bringing nli mt eooafdernbteni-noraa sary hontility among the people against tin? railroad* Bat thai there in a popular i_amand. ootnide of any agitation by potiti lat - the railroad- i?."i? ?itli aatjf naaa with tin-pulilii-. there.,m be bo doubt. The paoph do not like the slei^ht-of-barid pro??'-.- by ?vliirh a railr??:nl man ? in in v. st $1 In rail? road stoa-k and. preato! it beco_aea 9___ tail jiag wfth it a dividend on the tacraaaada-Boant it ttaaaaaamed. It didn't taha a politician to point these thing* ont t?. tin? pa-oplt?, ami it it did, he parloraad a Igt i- ? if he ?lid it Irom a ?-lti-ali tnoti..' The politician.? are not a-iitir?-ly to blame for the limitation Bgaipat the railroad?: indeed the railroada them? selves are priraarily raapoaaible, and the sootur l'r? -i lentFInley and others recognize thi* fa?-t gad act upon it the sooner will it -raai, MARRIAGES James A. l-offner an?! l-eiintn ? ol Madison couuty. wer.- uiarri?-?J la Washington Thursday. Prospect Bill, Hnaovsr eoaal home ot Judge B. II t'ardwa-H. ?_? tin scone ot a brilliant waddlag Tharedaj altemoin.. wh? -n lit? dangt Cardwell, l-roani?- .he l.riia-a.f Albert I? William?, Rev. s i Boathall otHdntiaa Miss Kate Wren, if Bun Air, WBB nnii : of honor; C. P. Kardwell. basl man. I_eviu B. Caittinghain. nf Ottoana, LanraMter i-nuiity, uni His. I. iltli M. Kanlord; Bobt. Mill? and Mine l_aura A. Porks, both of Summit, WStS IBBIlhul hi Washington _fa__BS_B_a_r. Miss Xanni/- Brooks Pains, aiauirht? r of lira. Jeaiinl?' Brooke P__ym married to Il.iw.-ll Cobb Peeples, ol At? lanta,! ia,at the bride's botas, W arrsotoo. Wednesday. Rev. Mm. ChinB, assisted bj, Rev. W. H l-ainl. oAdntsd. The brides maid wa Mis* Helen I'ayne, of Atlanta. and Miss I_aura Payne, al-n of Atlanta. was maid <>f honor. At 8t. Paul* B____aoanl ? lum-li, Al?-x andria, at _! o'clock WS-hs-??lay. Mi? Rebeaia Courteiiay Marshall, daughter ol I)r. J. A. Mar*hali. formerly of Ian outer countv, baaB-BS the wif.- of hr Tbos. B. (?Hlirau, Bar. P P. IMiilli?._ officiating. B II. C BsveHej ?? . man. The lirid?'* Mstcr, Miss Agnes L. Marshall, was niahl of honor, ami ths bridesmaids were Mima Kilinauiia Tyler. of Haymarket; M?i?h BsBaPs Hal? I, , f The Plain*; Mir.. \ ir_rinla tartar, i.f Washington: Ml--. Ixiii Washington,Mies Mary Phillips and Min- Elisa Kaweett, ol Alexandria, tba BshsfS wars Bdwnrd Marshall. Cliarl.ilt.-. N. (' , ami henil II Machen. B If Chkhaslsr. Edmond Ban ter, Arthur Herbert, Jr., ami Hr .William M. Smith, of Alexandria. Dr. ami Mrs. Cocbrao left tor the Nnrtli t?> apsnd tin ir hooey moon. 5250 FOR EAR OF CORN Prtnwwwn Brist? world's Highsst Pi tec it Chicago She?*. Two hundred and fifty dollars wiin the world's record prliv paid Wei night for a single ear of r. >rn in ( ihlcsgo. "Xboshell at that rate Wuu?? bave sold for $l.",l>O0. Tli-ear. a "Boons Coooty whits." was sol?) to the highest bidder In an enc-iting ain-timi at the national corn exposition Ths purchaser wa* the man who grew it?L. B. Clore, a farmer from Franklin, Ind.. who has captured |7,535 in prit?* at ths show. ViROINlA NEWS Prank Lyon, attorney at law ami i .1 Itor of the Alexandria Couuty Monitor, has resigned to take a position in the Department of Justice, at Washington Hs Is eootseded by R. Gordon Floney and Basil O. Botsler, who will jointly edit ths Monitor. 8. W. Bolles, chief of division of explol tatton at the exposition, has resigiied. eflertlve Nov. 1. He returns to 8t. 1-OB-S._ _ TJMOTHY HAY HICH !fa_i.l \jmothv h^v sohl ni i'lii.-ago Thursday at *'J\ per ton. which Is the htgh-at prlre ever paid Im that i-i.ni Kodlt7 there at this sra___a_. WJRELESSACROSSSEA Messages Exchanged Between Nova Scotia and Ireland. MARCONI SYSTEM A SUCCESS Inaugur?t??? Regular Trane-Atlantlc Wirelesa Service, and Will Now Take Up Problem of Overland Wire leaa Communication. ? 18m?The In auguraila-n at a regular trans-Atlantic m b?en an ?mulish ???I l?y William Marconi aud hi* asslst anta. Mr. Mara?al staite?l that more than 51MO words ha?l been transmuta??! n tin? station at Port .Miwien. six inib's from hara, and the Irish eta ti.'n. invantor expr?-ssed absolute < "iiti'l.'tii *? in the triumi'h arhlev.'d in M.inu'atmn. ami in the futur?- of long ?li.t.i iphy. Re rsi.l the work at the Capa I oa was now practi? cally finished. an?l ikf. not longer re? quin' lis attcaUoa, which would be turn..! apon th?- problem of ovx-rlaml -iiiunii-ation between th* Atlaiiti?- an! 1'ii.itli' coasts of Amer lea and otbar matters. Trans-contl uental couimunia-ation will not be the first question he will take up per anaallj. but It will bo dealt with la du?- conj - K. W. V?vian. chief engineer of the Canadian Man-? ni company, who has been at the Cap*? Breton station con Unaoaaly lor two reata, raoarrad tha press ropuaaatallaaa ami madaatad them over the stati? 11 It la situ?t? d on a blank pro}? Una of the Cape lire ton coast, Immeitiately ox-i-rloaiklng th ini'U. A high wind was when the pmaa rapraaaatntlrn arriv? ed, but t!.'y worn assured that the condition of the weather made no dif ference In wlrel? as communication. The station Is the property of the Canadian Marooai company, and la? c tlmatt-d by Mr Vyvian to hh>. f nt of expenditures itlng Incidental to the first attampta to make practical use of a new In?? ntl r. There are 24 pine gh. arranged In a eil-cle of 3. feet diameter. The ma.ts are wired and i iinnnrtad with the four forming the centre of the cir? cle. Th?' towara are won.'. ? 111 f' at high and sur: -ht. Ann which were transmitted was one from Sir Hiram Maxim and a t?>irani from the L?on d'iti Dally Mall to President : velt The principal advance in long-dls taace sending, whl. h Marconi has made ribatd a.- the ne of a raealrar many times ?: th.- original ln atnuaenl Detalla have ii??e'; - Kie.iagei Received In London. :al of the from the Mar. ?ni ttattoa and mar.y ; -. ::g the ' and the Canadian Lord Strathcona. ?layed trans-' Barrara! hun piiTata nies . to ac Feund CerJ In Wirelesa Station. Arthur -ployed Ml. Well : ! a 1 in the operating ? ?- ? u met ha? no?. Medical Ex Daken, wh . ? . barge of irlalty while conducting . n his own account, and ntally short-clrcult .rrent from the dynamo. VICTORY FOR t?FTM EN Un Contrai of Tard District Caamittaa. Taft and Cortelyoa loreaaeoai lor tha ?mastery of the Kt-pnlillcai. trli 1 ' "iiiiiutt? nt KutniHind Thursday niiii the furnier Wain. The issue was brought abiaut by the a-lectlon of a tnem laeriaft lltive COlllUlitt e t? ' . i rapi?an P. Basai, of Kino William, who was murdered aoaM day? luiu. Baead ?as aim aanfhaaa aaddtta paaaar of natraaafn>. aloha 0. La t..i."'hiHini. H? publican nominee fur the ' WrgaaM anda ?trono; Taft man. w tar i -Janana f,.r both positions. TO INVITE MR. ROOSEVELT VaTtlniins Want to Tako Him on a Real It* Hunt in Dixmal Satamp. Preahi | will lie invited to on to Suffolk, \ it , und limit laeur- In the I'i-initl Seraap. A nnmbar of prominent .itlxns have dactdod to a?!? tha I h:--f la eiiitlae t.? h-iir.-eiiiuifgli hunt for Inir aad other bio oame, with tli ? ?munir tlutt lie vvil. !?? ?liiwii arara baara in mu. da> thall lu- lui-* f.Mill.I ill l| IVa-ck, r travel la any other sea-tiun ?if th?' South or iMu-t Not oniv il.? baara aboaad in the fi?.tli!-?H of juiigl.., luit there ar. many \? ?Meats, wild boars ami wild bulls, with pi?.nty of deer and an anaa? ri'uuii panther. MINISTERIAL DEAD LINE Allurement? of Bualneaa Reaaon For Voung Men Not Entering Ministry. ?lei'lianil. (ut. 18? The allure ments of oummcnlal life an.l fear <af the "mini..t.-rial ilead line" are assign ed as raaaoaa lor tha alarralng de? crease In tan number of > ?no men entering the ministry by the caaajra gatlunal national council which b.ld ?1 nn'oting here. The report ol ah, of California, on "ministerial t amlng and equipment' aroused the discussion. Increased pay for ministers waa the only solution BllggOS?O'l "The greed for the dollar la dragging our young nun Into commercial life to the ditriiiifiit of the minlatry.' ?ill.I Dr. C U Morgan, of Illinois. "Congrcgatlona seem to think that a mlnletiT should labor for nothing. Wf cannot blame young men If they do not venture their own lives and their fam lile? In su? h a precarious career as the minlatry affords." NEW PEANUT CROP The tlr?t i ?msloiiment of peanuta of this year', crop was rea-elveil at Petenv biiro Tbomday. They were rataed In lfecklenbnrc county, and were aold at f 1 a bu-hel. ENRICHED LAWYERS Reaped Harvest en Merying of New Yoi k Traction Interests. ELIHU ROOT COT U5.CCO $t.1-\4.?r>7 cf ?letrei-a-litan Stockhold? ers' Money Paid to Counsel In F.ve Years to Keep Combine aV t - a Legal Lines. Man 'tart ?'? ' m ana?, la - heaiii.r th? ra* I'r.M- at.? o ? - Tbc flriu ? . ? i ? ? t. ' ?f thla amount $.' ir'.ujt tha curra et ? til July 1 ? ? m i ' - for tha Era yours w?re a other loon? ch.ir,.? s. wbl ? a total ?M ? ? the Ian jrera "< ? ar? .1 Inc th? i?unbiuution of caiptal arlthl local 111 After r.Mi D. Crav.uti was callad to tl ? mlng ?it of MS -'ate. Mr Crarntb sail he was unwillli ly to that qtcstlon until ha hi ' up the bi-oks uf his firm. ? paid aty firm n ????I bo ?1 It a;?;?*?are1 th ? " ? daring th?- fra chis? I I - In '. MM a: the lata rim bata war Ji'hn r.'tary of state Mr Ivlns wanted to know way tl leoal work daaa Ibr t ways? oivmpar.y wu ??: P*-' u rit tes company Mr. Cravath sa then- a ?bit ntly was ar. record of th? cotaintaali ns . Figure? w? r. tha n ra a 1 w Ivlna ?aid were from his rateoaatrncl pasea of the dea Metropolitan Btrat I Railway CO pnny which piiri?irt. ? ?nt John I ... ! ?*.<] MU . hraea Apt Auoust 1" I'M Mr Crmath barre ag It al oa be aet forth that Crimmln. ?n? contractor, and was paid for bnlldl road? n pialrr ? b Tba : yer then wnated to know- how I Ivlns drew the conilualons that t mou???* in. nt:. i.uii had been appl: aa all< ? RICHMOND ANO WESTMORELAND TIN l-L Or. H.A. Brooks-Ft? ox Slaves Lsft To B-Hd MiMucnsnt to Ct. ftkitx. Etc Hague, Oct. 1". i Mr. a_?d Mrs. Krank Bsttls greatly so? joyed nrecent visit to Krhauna. a? li.ra tha-y were gua?sts of Mr*. \Y. A. .-. Mrs. Richard Kdwar.l? I* SBlaiglng an?l otherwise Improving the village of Farnham. Miss E i. ovrsal Ml - popular young lady, alter a visit of MV i-nil wn'-ii at ber grandmother*, n-ar Ethsl, left lor her BOOM at (h.-rt r. I'a . Thursday. The P.ip ? lr>.k Baptist rbunli are u-.h-rtakli g Boaai Important Improve msntS to their Lnu?? of wori-liip. Mi** I.izz ?? Yan Nam nf M'ashiugt'Ui. 1* a pieasant \i?-itur at ttie BOBBS of Mr. Hscar Saiiiord. Mr. John 1. Beale an.l v.:'.,-. Mi? nie Beale and Mi*? Sillle I>a\ is are visit? ing the exposition this weak? having given a part of last wirk to the State Kair. The Bar. K. W, t.'laybrook ha? "ilriij ped in" twice of lat ? to tha great *t_t: faction of Ins klmliv.i I>r. Hun a A. Brooks died at I. - in the vicinity ol -Packer's Hin oa the Kith inst. and was hnriad the following day at Yeoc'omlco church. Though a re? nient of Baltimore, in 1861 he enlist il m the I onfederate army, and there wa* no soldier more intrepid than lie. Bav ing attempt ?d to return to italtiuior?- to rearult a company he was captur.'l 00 the Bay and certain papers which ht hastily flung in a stove rev?ale?! hi? mis? sion, lu eonsoo,aan___ ha was held a pri* oner In Fort Mi-Henry for the gnat t part of the war. Having married hsn in 1 ???;."> he has liea-ti in BOSM _Be ?.?lire a ?0-__BBsd with the i-ounty ever BBSS, 'bough for many y.-ar* he *a-rv,-.l ..n the staff of the Baltimore Hun. and was a cultiv?t -d and g!f;.-d writ -r. Hi? only son, Frederick, now residing In Bait! more, attemleal hi* hurlai, and succeeds t.i the ownership of hi* e *tat> A Momewhat BOtahM ciri-uui*t,i Lit.- has la-en tha- lull 11, g off of ?. _. 1 SI ?lavai A few survivors of this cia*? In thai community had bajen as a bridge eooaeettagthe present with tha past, and they were valued links. I.atl-rly, however, several long funeral proce? si?n* have lollowsd ''Dads Daolsl," ?I ni le M'illiam," "Aunt Krnily," etc , to their graves. An ? if. art ha* !.. en an,...un. ?.I toreara m i mu. ..t m .. iiii.di-ai ehiireh yard by popular sul?srription to the late Dr. W:n. II. Fairfax, who wa* the etli. lent and faithful surgen i of the -loth \ a Infantry during the I'onleilerate war. The inovc !n nt ilenerves abundant an It Is a matter to lie regretted that some of our worthy and much andad teachers of public schools are put to ftreat Inconvenience? ami vexatious ?!?? aya In the matter of olitalulng plan? to hoard. M ho can remedy the trouble ' And how? Il. W. B. NUGGETS OF NEWS The armory of Company I. N. O. P., at Ka-iion, i'a., has been ionnally (le.licatod. Durlnn a henV7 fog a freight train and shifting angina collidad at Sheri? dan, l'u , anl uni' trainman wa? killed an.l three m rlanisly injured. Knrmmer President Omvsr Cleve? land attended tha quarterly nu-?tui? ol Um .Karl of truitoes of Princeton University, at I'rlnceion. N. J. Miss Florence l.yman. who ?lle.l r ? CVBtlj in D stun, lii'ipieatheil |BM_M to charity. $10.000 to go to Woodstock college, Woodstock, Md. Harry Reese, the young man who shot himself on tho street In I'bllsdei phis sftsr a telephone conversation wltb a vom?, died la a hospital PUBLIC S^LE l 'I V Nice Little Home hard m .!?-*! I.k 1 : ??.i i? i; i. ? ; ... Saturday, Nov. 2, 1907, . ount.? I ner t?. \. - Ihenre t.'t??' - - - W 1 IH ? ai.\ i\ T i:mi-.i.i: . COURT'S SALE Spotsylvani3 County Real Estate - ol M. All ster v? M \ pending ? ? Monday, Dec. 2. 1907, r U M - - ' '-: '. I - ? . ' i ? n:i;\i ? - KUKUKKICK ? i ' 'I KM W - - I|lll!?r| . ' 1 l'.'"7 I \ llAi.l.l.-* . Undertaking Work at Bowling Green W. B Oreen, hu?. In conn? ctinn a Im.- ol Coffin? ..:? : I .; proved ma pared t?? ?lo ap-to dilt. I'mlertiia. - I ; . . ad lor Innernla. Ton ?rill ?11? e n. der?, to blnx. Ad.lr. -- \* 1! OOVINQTDN, an, l?tf LOCAL MARKETS [Corrected by Simon H - Wheat, ','ti to t}\ OS; corn,' ltj.,70 t? 75; m? w, HO; n.r.'il, ll.i'iii to 11.75; to .".It; ..?-I f.???ir. '.' t.. 1"; . 13 to 1.".. asga, _'-' to '-':'.; lar : 13; .lU'ks, Bra 10 t.. 11. batter, l". to 27,; bullir. 1 ! tO It*), 1 "o t.- no; real, 1- Co ?": lambe, i # l 00: bldee, green, 8 t<> 10; dry. 18 to 15, en'ted. No. 1. '.< to 10: ?ulf .kiiis No. 1. flit? |. r -? hay, fi? to $17 per ton; leal anmae, 7.". tO bO DM I'?", li'.lia?. I;. tair-f. uve ??.-iarht. 2', t pork, to 7',: tui - - - ?*; xxu" I, market firm. 3*1 to 2* per lb ; - ? ."all to HO PRODUCE QUOTATIONS The Latest Closing Prices In t.ie Principal Marketa. PHILADELPHIA FLOUR firm: winter extras, new, $-t ? 1 . vanla rolli r, i : ir, ;. I mi.'ls, fan? - firm, a' | - r harr?.!. V. Arm; Ko -' i*enn-?ylv.tnla. r< U : (u 1 10. ?'".. s local. 74U' 75* . I' *-T8 lorn. whltaa. cllppi . r.7. HAY - te ..iy . timothy, ho - - i barrel. ;. family, per b?: Live lie. Dress* -i firm old roo ?lt firm; ex? tra ? reama ? ? I* ??ill. L" buahr-1, potato? BALTIMORE W Iy: Mo 2 spot, till . . . spot, ?1 ??* . . 1.11. COKN .- : .?.I? . ml? No. 2, ? QM . mix. .1. No. .' ? Maryland and Peni ?Ivarita dairy prints, 2n< . EOGfl Arm; fancy Mniy land. Pennsylvania and Virginia, 2.1c.; Wert Vlrplni-i. 24c.; m:vv vhuk i<t"i l"ER creamery spaK-lals, -l'.- . at.ite dairy, conmion to finest. common to spe* tal, f.? . . ?? -, factory, common to tlrnts. 2''p 24c CHEE3E iiulei: state fill . ie.ni small colored and HaiSi3V.il'. BOOSatead/; state, Penn? sylvania ?ml aaarby fancy m white. 34iit3fic.; good to i hol. ? 33c; brown and mixed, fancy, :? first to extra tir. t ??-?stern firsts. 2 POt I/I It Y I firm; western uprinK chicken 18e. ; turkeys POTATO's steady; Maine, p.-r s*, k t\?b(h2; Long laland, P r barrel, $.'?? 2.25; St .:ii:a. in bulk per IVi |' 1 '?. I My, per barrel. $1.7i areeti barre! il -_?'.'.. southern, t CABHAC'"' :? p?r ton. $7fft0. Live Ctack Marketa. PIT'l .mi Sto.k Tards) ? CATTLE slow; i h. I? ??. ff. 1 prime * IEEP alon weth.-ra. ?:, i Ils and com? mon, t'2 ?i :'? lambe, $.". i7. veal calve-? lint,s so id? . priais heavj niednii.is and heavy Yoiker.. $7 ma l)k; ! ! "V-J'.uo: pigs $?C?.- -'? 50?6.4?. nu; >\i.i: T?o iiiula?x. Api'l? t-. .1 I: Washing? ton, \\o..,ll..i.:. ..17l.lt T. W. . a'lSf Seed.mc . -i. Va. RI PANS. There 1? scareely any condition of ill health t! iite.1 t?v the .. \ NS Ta'lmle. ; . .? ? \ ' ?r un or.ll :tia?. ?*. CHICHESTERSCO. Fire, Life. Accident and Health INSURANC 1. - K.iu St.. I i v a. a3 ? i ? ?_?' r h tut*? Stilish New Suits, Cloaks and Skirts This store is showiug; a much Larger lino of Correct Styles in these Garments than ever. Our lar^e sales of these Garments are anevidenco that uur prices are right. Bee our 8tylish Now Suit? at $10 $12 50, $15, $17.50 and $20. Stylish Cloaks from $2.50 up. Stylish Top Skirts to suit every pocketbook. THE T. N. BRENT ?? W. L. BR ANN AIN. Not "any ? ?I ? 1 thing" o>- ~, at our -tur?'. Weearefully ami discriminate! v study tin? full value and uieril of every art icio we pul in .?tock andwhon we talk quality to uur customers they tan ilej < ml upon ,_:?? 11 iii<_; quality lu iv. We claim lor our Fancy Ponce, Porto Rico, Molasses all that the finest and best could possibly claim. It i-, genuine, imported, fancy goods, veiy rich in flavor, bright in color, smooth hitting and the most suitable Mo ',,-._, s obtainable tor table or culinary purpo PRICE, PER GALLON 50c. WORTH 60c. Include a gallon in vour next order. "W".. HL... _B_E^^_.2Sr_lSr-?A_._N__ Iron and loa-** [teds, Dometticand Foreign Rugs and ?Carp t of Matting to * -1. ?.*-.- out i Importe-d China '.(Ml - t, ?' pipe and elbows. 2,000yarda ESTABLISHED Jl'XE -M. : .?? .itt.tHltl Uli ?.-_'llll llil r .".m i.i ?h i m i The Savings Department of This BanK Has Become One of The Most Important Features of its Business. i'I Kit i:ii,< /?xl R8AVINU3PA8S-I. M tl. Willi? ..I'r.r ? ?,"?? ul.ir tin,..: ir all LeeJ . Ui \ ?ce Iy?-* ^"^ ?? ? K I' Cole .. :_'::.! Vie* I're* ' '? l!i' to Iran f I.,! I a?. .,* I, i 111 ?'] !?] nwaii. .1 r.' irfii-T . iii, a , , . , ,-ii . \|.U Illlike ?A n1, ','.',"l- '-,' i. .? tx-iiH r.. W H Peden, ? - ????*? '. ?, V ont. TIIKKr. PERI EN l S. u Wixllive, M, I.yje ,.,1 ,? ?n !--??, ;ri''" ? ' \ ivisua i?ei ,'?.;la. ' [? \', l MEST. For furtli.r part 11 -'?" yon are Invited to call. Jno. I . ici! ?m.an. Jr. The Farmers & Merchants State Bank (Savings Department) FredericKsburg, Va. FERTILIZERS. GRASS SEED. We li.'iv.' as pure Fertilizers and Gram Seed as can lu? found anywhere. <>ur j>ri<-i--i are right. Can furnish you Pure Animal Bone, Dissolved 8. C Bone, and different grades of ammoniated Goods, ai the lowest cash prices. \ good supply of Timothy ?Seed, Orchard (?rus-.. Clover and nerds Grass on hand. We are supply ing some of the best farmers, and will be pleased to sell you. DECKER & ALRICH ?T-t'_! -\ THIS TIME NEXT MONTH mar i???' a _rr,'at i-liange In juiir elreum ?tancM, Win, k__o?jra what tl_* lutura llalli)* 111 Htaire, ei.|>ei'in'!y a? t I lira-fa'.' Batt? ler I?' |ire|.ar.'?l t_Kaiii.it tin' lalt.r lux.hv "having anil to hold'' in your pOBBBSSloa a pot_e_F <?! iHMiiranre airalnt tire lose In a 'l-aii, Btrnni., well sarpfasssd I'i'iiipaiij . We will ?jive IM all tha- Infnrniatlain you want Ira.- ami write you up at low rate?. John W. Allison, Jr.. ft Co. Fir?- laanraam __n_a_tn l-'n-al-ri? k*laiir?_:,Va. i:n i __RTAI_.M_._rr \ 1 siunv ia:o\ i 'I'lia-ra- will I?.- nu ??nta-rtniniiii'iii for th. l-ii'iii of stiai.iy Snore l?uil<linir fund m th?' ni?rlit oi the flat of Ortoher, illir "f r.? itlltiollS, tull?ala ?ilufill,?. ?ali?la>. _riu|'li anal B lt.turv I? |i l. "lihoat?." Adaiimton _.'n - i',. .??all. t.l jfohn F. Scott HARDWARE A 2a i) __A.._i'.VA-.k l.I'hCI A LTIk8 Mal?, fl'., OBS ?loor ha?ow Clu ? Wal v.ee aV Hro. Full ?lue a.i General Hardware. r.. Wire, 'tui?, Pistola, Rnanna. t-tiive?, eta- . i at redae? ?' . bnaa, Money cru be sj..? -hs_??-i? at BmoHH hnr.1-?. WOODS Has Wheat roR Chickens AND _Pigeons JOB PRINTING We print overt,thin? from a book to a vleltliiKi'aril ..;. a___ power presses ol The Kre-? I_Bnos Hen?! us yoor orders. The Free Lnaes. From October Quarterly Stvle Book. Patterns iOc. And 15c. TH?|AJHES HOMUOURNALPA?TERNS ^7 h.? vu rend 1 !.. ? v m \\ i,;,i do you lliink of Hie Knehion Talks nnd St.? le 1'i.tiir.-??'." em ? lioii'i .?.ni ?avant |.r;i'ti.?il I'.-n.-iit from tli.-**.' nrisinai ^ ?w i. rill help ??m to iii'i'i.v im. mm em ^m Tli. i.- is.re i pat terna than ii* to be fouiul in x\ 0 Mm "th.-r (..in. ? m-. mi 11 irki-t, nnd yet they are ejmpie, and practical KW A l*?rh for thi' niaaHl ;;?? \ ] i. iM.Mi. . . I to mi I. rr tu in I. ^a Vc An.-.? f. ut in?, ir ii, Im? .? rut t.. ,-i iii.iili'l. nul merely a tW -A Ii ..!...--!mu? in nil other exieting A C i1 " tli" iriii.l.' chart that aa> tW am < timpani? r , ,n -i, ?i, 11, in ' material and put it together am W7 to li. st advant ?/ * Do ?ou Want the Monthly Style Book?Free? J ji s. in! us v.aiir iiiiiui mu.I h.! are nut within '.-is.? ranch ??f ^ *> md we will sen.I yon a copy, free ofcharjre, pawatajre prepaid, ?w m ni-" i: .?ou .."-ii. ii l.-i ua know at "ill-.-, and we will pot yon on onr raga- ^L fW Lu' mailing list mm. I .-.in! ?. m m i*opv aiv Ii month. em ^ THE KALI. (?I tBTERLY,.nininj? UK) paffaxx. and 1,0?00 raHntea \\ Vr ?s ii"-.? ready. I" aj -"? fatrth book, and a coupaan tba-rein entitleeyon ^ m i., any I.V. patti rn, it i '"? I.k i- t.. I?. maileal u.j.i :?. extra lor [malar ? Tab \r wecarrj I. - lloiii" Journal l'atterri* only, having aw need the \W A iti:sT '.. ??!? ;..i|. i i..111. . patterna ^ A W.i-.'iii furuis'i taiitt ilHiwn in The l.ii.li.'s Home gw * : mi i-i.'.-, ??itli guide a-iiiii-i, iiisnn, limi for 9T em Sam ??le of vu nl grtoale im insli. .1 upon requost am j S. KANN, SONS ? CO., \ ? 8th St. <Sr Penn. Ave., 5 ? "THE BUSY CORNER," \f W?shiniarton, D. C. ? E. K. WHEELER FUNERAL DIRECTOR & EMBALMER Corner Charlotte and Princess Anna 8ts. 'Phone ira. Fredertektbarg, Va. Open Night and Day Telegraph and Telephone Orders re eelve immediate attention. EQUITABLE UFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY of tbe Laited States. Strongest in the World PAUL KARSTEN. Agent lor Fredericksborg, Va. i?LAH HHK--iU:KN? ? 80N. SHELBIRNE'S WAREHOUSE For the sale of Loose Tob?ceo and by sample over the hogshead. 18th Bad Canal (.treats. Rlel.__.ond. Va.