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burg and Potomac Railroad. ?efcsdeJs iiieff.it Aegft, WOT. Lean I'YBdsftekabnig Northbooad. 6-iB a m. daily except Sunday. Makss Kx-ul StOpS >'H sinal. 8:il a m. iliuiv Stops on ??imal at 11.|uan, Lottos, Franconia St.ay? only. Stops ai Alexandria to m o? .vil?, in. daily. * ',r,,>' in jim? in. daily. Makes local sun*, ha? p, B.dafljreBeept8BBday. Wops tit \l.-van.Irin, i;.-.'.-! p. m. Jafljf exeeptSunrtay. Makes lo.nl stops. , .. . , , 7.:.:. p. m. Sun.in.-'? oiil.v. Hakes local StOpO, H-.30 p m. daily Stops at Alexandria. 10-OVp.m. daily. Btops ta AWxan Ltsare ifYsderk-ksburg Soutbbound. ." M a. m, daily. Atlantic Coast Line .. Stops at Doewell aad Ashland, and at \lili..n! Sundays only. i'?:"."> i?. in. daily except Sunday. Makes local stops ..n signal. t S a. m. Sundays only. Makes local -? mil. 10:89 a. m. daily. ?Seaboard Air Uns train. Btops at Mdford and Asldand.and ai Doa?veU ?m signal l-l.? p. in. ilui'.y. Btops at Woodslane, Mil lord, 1'.;. || . ..;..?, iVievri k? Hid. 1:57 p. m. ds - - Btops on signal to take <.u pa? points ..ii C. & o. i:,v 5:*2fl p. m d train. 8t l'.?t(). Ry. 6:4a p. in. iluily. Makes lo? . - ?:84 p m. dally. Seaboard Air Lin? - it ion nain from W ton arrives 111* s ru. Jailj - i day NOTE?Timeol arrivals and depart arss ami conn? I uruaranteea. ('. t'. ? - - < W. t II.I', ti.-n. Supt. _ W. P. TAYLOR, Tt POTMUC. FUNBCDnN AND PIEDMONT ?lAlillAI t.-.s I ?lil.? >,.. il. ? ??? a? I S.M. M .?t 1. 1 ???. -. ? *? ? ?r s :?? ? ? A. t - < : ?? i. - ? ?.?r--.j.?r? ... t X? ?? ? U . <? 'A Wfc. -. ? ? ? v ; , 11 Is M .-r?? . . , ? I- i . - I ? ") ' " .. i r?i 1 ? N Li Otms? ?v 11 M ? K H. ? ? ? ? - ? ? ? %ri r. i ???sas- ?????. ?"? 1 . ? - , - Special Piano Bargain FOR ONLY $159. '1 is Is h hu?- upright pi mo, full niz ?, three pedals, mahogany ?-?ne. was taken ??i sxehanfts an part pay? ment nil il Stieff. If v? ?u are thinking of bn. g | piano, thin la an onosoa] opportun? ity lt.- sur?? tu writ*, un for OUT spec? ial . .tal sgns ?itn) price tist. (HAS. M. STIEEF, 9115 E. Broad St., Bkhmoad, Va. L B SLAUGHTER, Mnnagnr Headquarters For Building Materials. I keep all kinds >f North Curollna a.i l \ ?r^inia Lumber, dresse?! und ?adreeeed, Bhiuirlee, Laths, s>.s!i D i?.rs, and Bliuds, Lime, Ceuieut, (Kleins Planter, Plastering hair, Baildiuu. ani I'aving Hrlek. Tin anil Iron K'-oriiit.', Out an?' Wire Nails, all Bin.!-- Heady-Mix?-?! Paints ami Dry Paint, Linseed Oil Turpentine, Dryer Varnish and Lswts'i Whits If?-?-. P ilnl Brashes ?.f all kin-ln. H Gia?r aul i'urty, Hn?ders* Hardware of all kinds. Tar Kootiiif?, Sh?.-?.thing Fei er an?l fine Hrlck. Keep larire stock of Sewer Pipe snd Fire Clay Pipe. E. D. Cole SALE OF SPOTSYLVANIA FARM Bon Mil, Dickeaeon.of Bpotsrlvanla, ... of bis farm!? n.-ar M. 11.-t.rv to Mr .i r Hr.-. ii-m, ?if South r fa,for$800 He will take possession January 1, 1908. CITY MISSION RUMMAGE SALE Will ths bonssfcsspslS ?.lea-* rsSBSflshsf i Ity Mission rnssBsags cale Wedaflsday, Nov. ii. in the \\ iIIm building. Pai-kagHH u.ay bs H tit then or will be caHi.'l fur if Mr?. FlekleB or Mr?? Isaat llirhh ir? uoti tie.l. SALE OF A FARM Mr. Kiru'h l.owi.v. of Stuff ml ,-.,untv Las sold hi? farm of I75acres In Spot ?vl-nnia coast* to Mr. \v. H. Jobnson, of Frsdsrlrkebarg, lor $1,000. NOTICE Baring qaaUfled as administratrix ol K. N S.,M-e, d?^ea?ed, all patti^i hav itikf rUini? ai?aiii??t the ?.?tttte are bersbv iiotirieii to pre??? lit theru properly aathsa. tii-ate?) for w-ttleineiit, and all fs-r ? M ladshssd to the nail estate ar. bot i.'i .1 to CO as forward and settle. Lena B Adiii'ni?tratrix of K. S Basas, Fiador kksbora, Va. F. M. ChlebSBtsr, Attorney for ?Admini??. tratrix. now i* ADMINISTKATOU'S NOTICE Having ipiahti-.l as the administrator of John II. Baruett, Jr., deeeased, all th;ue Bastan tiaitilM agaill?t Us said esta'e will present the same properly swointo for paysssat, and all those ?)w in ? his said estate will com?' forward ?tie. L K Newton. Administrator of John H. Harriett, Jr , ?levatted. Poetofice, FredericksburK, Va.. B. F. D No. 2. Alnn T. Ko? S rey, Attorney. n?wiw CURRENT ??iWIM Tossdej bsbftjoa day. Mr . W. F. Kilk- "' WchtB . [arel Ctismo An tl wiival ol ladies' clot and ski : 1*1 i?'..-iv? 1 at Low Mr. i M Chk heater, of CI ville, i?> i? nues! ol lue mother ii lor a I ? V-n iiy h IRS, ths latest no BberiB r. It QUI andCominoi Attorney ft'. K Knuie, ..I r i;,,i ty, wer? lu t;..- eitj natu This Is the banner ? cloaks and fkirii. ?, I. ?N't. John l\i||in and family hi to Mains to ?i-Mil ?. Have you Miss El / i F?. ell ? . and it vi-.it to i. h Noilolk. You I hardly ki is* there - la \ r:?-.. i! youdt alt at I. Mr. .1. II Roberts ?rile and di who s| night lor lis ir .i m- ?n Baltituor 1. .w. rj's i '.-r ..I all ? is re tun -,. -..i th.- ? i ill ? l, me <>' Dr. NS. J 'luwi, ? Featb? r boa?' aw tl ?? "latest o ar.-n,,,l Um :.??> k and lu ? in. f..l. and Mrs E I) < Brai i ..? \i - \ Uid .iliml r 11. m m .1 I rtday Irotu ths Vi> i1. ['. Binlth and Co. r?.? i\ ;t> pattern bats t!,. ??.'inn through mists Mr Fred St. BrsgsB, who has ?tal t legraph i i tue same ??-. opany. hing in gold and - > ? ? ? i ar alter something i Uns sr* can serve you. S S Kaul Mr an 1 Mrs. .1 it Markhani . (Vilmi-gt 1 a er? ? ? and then : un Us i;- waj Ii . 1. >w -.? . v a - i mbroiden i ?.ar!, i ?\. : BUld Ului.-r 7.V Uni : ? - . ? . <;> Ire t !? ?\ hile tin hi :?- J gh la! , lay ? I...-?I r. suit? .1 ?' . It-.-. ! . . nt? at jl ? IN - 1 Mrs H : i ????-:? ? !. ;n svsry retr.e-t. M - .1 I' ?'. arned Iro tr'p to the ? spositi ?ii and a tv.- in Richmond. Th. nil ?ne, furnished the Theato by H I a Co., aba i ,\ an 1 ? ? ? r.. tl . dking ?? dat Fr.-.!.- ' . l>r. C. E. 0 it dt U it this - ; afford e ?BUty.? \ atidria lia? -fe. - - the display ol flne wat- I j ame, hand cha >h ? i Ifille turi..-.f. a! o S> t H ltd ft altham, ?1 unlit ?;.. Bockl an-1 many other rit,-j moveoM guaranteed, A:^ eipert watch n,a graver >?i II. I.. Son - jewelry store. N ssrs. \ 'ir.?l P, U. ?am*, ol Richmond, passed throt .. f ir Tinder's and Na?n birds Mr. M ?iev was l um and raised in Oraags Th--1 piel ne show a' I ia ate . ? tl ?a I'.nt ? of program Thursday and Sa; . ? ..Il 11 m Mr P Fleetwood, of Waverley, wai gaset Sonda} ol Uapt M B. B family. When yon think ol ?lonr, - ??i? . d Medal," "tbs best by t advert?s? ment eisen h?-r?\ Miss 0 ? ? Oatewood, of Warerk >? Kii"-t . ? Miss .May Rows "Brom] No home Is completely furnished no It eoataias a handsome and r-liat clock, ft'e bate kinds enough tu n any fanc.i -??.-I 'i??,>- at B, 8. Kb the jeu ? Invitations are out to the niarriait" Hiss Bettle Fanais Burruss t.. Will Ramon Doggett, on N it. 30th, at 10 m. at Concord Baptist Church Itev 11 Q Lane, the popular rsetor i St. John's church, and his bride arriv. on Friday. They ar? bei ig nivea a cu -liai welcome by onr people -N ?rthei SeckN Wri. Ths rangs of onr stock of fine j->welr In wide snough to satisfy anyone, Ifyo want a handsome brooch or s plats ko ring itp? hers, and pries a* well an i|ualii is right. S. S. Kaufinan, lbs j.-weler. A semi-monthly eard party for < harit was held M today aft? moon at the Mat can tile dut? Frire? were won by Mr NaorlceD. Rossabsrg, Miss Jul;a tioi.1 Smith, of Frederieksburg, Va., and in Basr.-^Washiogtoo Foft. Col.W.i. Lanulilln lont a las ragtstera trotting colt Sundft.v. He had rsesutlj parehassd tas eolt at a bin: pries. MisnSallieM. Lacy left Mondav fo Richmond, where whe will ?-pend tin winter. Mr Baals Joass, who \* at the Man Washington Boeirltal suffeiin? fromi brokenleg, Is doing nicely and it ii thought will l?e out in a lew wseka Mastsr Wilsoa Kmbrey in Htill at tl? Nary Washington Rospital, snBsrtas, 'rum appeudkitia Ths little Mlow im proves \. ry slowly, I'' itracted senrles will commence at ?nth rJaptart ?liur.-h Monday night, conducted by Rer. J. T. Bpsnosr, ?tor. The public is cordially in - WILL MOV? HERE Will Also Build Seveul Homes. Hon. M. 11. Dickinson, wife mid six children, of Spoteylvanla,expset to move lo Frsderieksburg as - ?on as practicable. Mr. Dtekiasoa was hers Monday making arrangements t<> have s?ve al bou?es erect a on lots heOWOS, which bs will rent oat, and also to have a residence built for hitiii-eif and family. Ws Will tm pleased to have IhsSS here. ATTACHMENTS DISMISSED Judge Maton Quashes All Attachment. Sworn Out Against Mr. A B. Lewis. Judge J F Mason, sitttngatths coart house m tin?? city on Saturday, heard ths motion ol eoaasel for Mr. A B. LsSWis, "I Lswlsaunn Faun, tar,,liic county, to quash and dismiss the several attach incuts (.worn nut in the t'ircmt court of that eoBaty agaiaat Mr. Lc.vis by M i??rh. Boalwars ?V BOB, M. 8. Chan? cellor, of thin city, and SilisO J. Sale, of Caroline. Ths sittingbeganat ?lesen o'clock In ths morning ami the entire day mi. con snn-od in legal argBSssats byeoaasel and m the examination ol witaasasa (rom Caroline and thla city, Mr. Lewis taking t be stand m hm u? s behalt Counsel for the ptalatlBa, ah the eaaaa being heard a?, on?-, inaiated on a jury t ? try the issue of rssldsnos, Mr Lewis' defence being that h.- was a resident and not a n. m reaident ol V irginia, i?- allegad. C lanasl lor Mr. Lewleoppoaed the motion lora jury and Judge Mason overruled ths mo [ (ton and also one f ir postponement pal in by the pU nt.ff-.ani proceeded t ? hear the ? a-. - All ol the evidence went to show that Mr. Lewis' permanent home is in Caro? line, and late In the afternoon, aft. r the submission ol briele by opposing counsel, he render, d a decision u,uaehing and dis missing ail three attachments at ths cost . I th.? plaintiffs. The attachment suit ol Case \ a 1??'? u went oser until later, when the Judge ?rtU ??-ml.-i ik decision la tbat, lbs saaca batag submitted to the court oa the s?V deuce taken InthSothsfS anda couple ol affidavits o| noo-reeideata, who couldn't bs present, counasl for Mr. j La a Is ngrsulng t.. the aabmfeeioa of same. a groat deal ol Interest was manifested m the eases. Mr Qoolriek, ol com s -Mor Lewie after the bsariag, stated that Mr. Lewis wonld la a law days settle every? thing !.\. - luFre I? ri ksburg. Messrs W F Fi.m-, w. \\ Bntsnsr ?ml H. P, Willie appeared for the i?t Inching creditor-, and M?-s-rs. C.i ?'Conor Uoolrlck and \V. I). Carter lor Mr l^-wi*. PASTOR INSTALLED | Rjv. J. H. Hendwlits Assumes Charge of Pres? byterian Church Impressive Ssrvlces. 11- v .1 II Uenderlite was Installed as f the t'ie-to i.riini ehurcfa Sun .?ay at the morning service There were ?.resent t ? o i. rnierpaators of tbeciiurcb, ; it v. j. p Suai?, i? l>. ..f Richmond, editor?.' ! ' byteriaa, and Rev. J IS Roaebro, U I? , piwsidi i,t ..( Frederickabarg c ?.leg.- .\ large cougre gati ai ?va? ill alien . . Rev. W. M M ore, I) D . I.I. I', ptvaideutol rite I don Theological Sem-1 inarj, at Rjcbmoud, pre m II.- lea'a- the Scripture I.'.-son the l'JiiMi psalm,ala >a partol th.-tirst chapter ..f .1 ?ebua. The text ???s t iketi from this chapter ol Joshua, eighth us lolloW* book of ths law shall not depart ont ol tbj month, but tboa s:..?.t meditate ih.-r? n. dai an i i iglil that i boa m ???. el ; ? d ? all that i- ? ritieu ibe sin: (or then thoo ehalt make thy e/aj ?,.r.. l?-roii-. then i lion sbali havs k< BS >:? I as " 11. Pa ?? i in. of Ami-ri. a is tbe Bib ?? i - i und r lour beading?: 111 The inr.ie is |i ? to in . isnt, 12\ It ? ? ration ?t..-nal i !?-.?!- ??f governn for example, our theory ol thsei uf tbe government for tbe good, not of lbs ruler, but ol th?* peop e idi Again, the Bible is the I-. morality. put.:;.- and ; ereonaL - .. the I'. t?i>- i- naca -??ry to spiritual l fe. In closing the -;???.ik.-r r.-fcrr. I to a bal ilUlasgow I ir many re rs and making appllcatl ?n to this city, suggested: 'i^-t Frederickabarg proep r t?> the preaching of the word." l>r. Smith presided and prop ?unded itltutlonal quretiona, al-?, mai?. ths charge to the ci agr?gation. I>r Roaebro delivered atender and Imprse sivs charge t.. the n ? Ths eboir rendered two sabotions, "Praise ys tbs Father" bj Qaonod, and ? 1 n. Lord is my Shepherd." At tbe ?lose ol the service the congre? gation filed by the pulpit In order to ex? tend tO the pastor a Word o! WSteOSM The satire aerviee waa Imnvsneive and full of kubdaed feeling The attsadaacs and the interest shown should b" an .-i; conragement to tbs pastor la ths work upon which be has entered "MR. EVANS' INCONSISTENCY" Questioned by the Democratic Candidate?An Article Signed ' A Republican." (Communicated ) To tbs Votan of Frederieksburg and Spots] Ivaaia. In Th?- Free Lanas ol Saturday and the Star of Friday, too late to !<*? replied to in The Fres Fane before election day, an artici?- ?a* published headed "Mr - Inconsistency. Bolted Republi? can ticket and now appeals to R-publl-, OSOS," and was signed "A Republican " I b.-g to state that the article l?eing personal. I demanded of Mr. A. P. Rows, manager ol th .se two papers, the auth? or of that communication and Mr. Bows stated t i me la I Is ofl a Saturday that imunicatiOO was published asan ad vert?as men t. p ?il ( >r by Mr. ('. O'Con-1 or Uoolrck, the Democratic candidate lor tbe House of Defegatea, and my op ponaut, who aaaaasd all responsibility. - tint "Incon-i-teiicy" Is not' the only demerit evideaced in this rain paigu. I have heretofore refrained (rom any aswsnapsr eoBtrofersy and write this reply In the lotereal ol fair dealing I solicit ths vot.-s of un- D?mocratie and Repubik au f- How eitiseaa as an iadepen- : dent candidate for tbe legislature from Spotriylvaniaand Frederieksburg. What 1 am I have nevvr denied, and what I wiil Is? can only be determined by the fu? ture, but should my fellow eitissns seeftt ? toefeetmel will do my b-st for this Legislative District, and there will, at no time, be any uncertainty as to who \ am or what 1 Stand I"" Respectfully, Jas. R Kvans. HURKAMP HORSES AT PIMLICO Notreknlp Won But Was Set Back for Swetve Flying Virginian Fek, In the fourth race at "iiiilicoSaturday, ateepleebaee, 2), miles, C. II. Hurlcamp's Flying Virginian was a Ptart??r, but led over the twelfth jump. He was remount? ed but luiabsd last. There were Its start.-rs. l'he winner was C. H Smith's Naval. In the fifth race, arrea furlongs, Hur, kamp's Notreknlp won, but wan set back for foul At the head of the stretch \ot-eknipiu a h.srd drive swerved across the track, for a blcfa he was disqualified Tin? riv- was given to (J. H. Smith's Lord Itadge. Election Day Tuesday Tuesday, Nov. 8th, is election day. Don't fail to go to the polls and vote. Election day Tuesday, Nov. Otb. Don't forget to vote. The Conway, Gordon & Garnett ...NATIONAL BANK... fREDEROSBURG, VA. Deposits Solicited. Negotiable Paper Di-scounted, AU ?qrrespondenoe promptly answered in sealed envelopes. Handsome lithographed check hooks presented to each customer. Merchants' business cards placed on their checks. ??ttfl??!*^ Open Prom 9 A. Ai. to 4 P. JM. * MEMORIAL TO DR. JOHN D. BUTLER Attalem Baptial church, ?it Sparta, Caroline county, on Sunday, Oct. 'JTth. ths un., hing of the memorial window In memory ol iba late l>r. John I?. Batter tiiok place in the presence of a large con? gregation Alter a statement bl tbe pas Itor, Rev. Aadrsn Broaddaa, ol lbs d* airsofDr Butler's frisada to establish m,.m, permanent memorial <>( him aud of : the success ..I the undertaking, tbe vail ?ras drawn by ?SHsahstfa Butler, ol Bicb? mood, ths 0ve year old daughter ol Mr. John Itutler, ami a relativ? of Ur Butler A touchingaddiaaa era*delivered bv Mr W. C Ihggs, ol Bowling ii..n Hi i' I? Coghill gave an appreciative estimate of Dr. Itutler as it, frien.l and companion. Dr. c S Webb followed Is a ehaste de llosatios of l? r B. as a physl lau and man, ami .In.lg?. B, C, Moneare spots strongly of him a-a cltizm an.I ..iil.lic servant The s? r\ Icea were im and will long be remembered by tl. prenant. Ths window la .? bande?me gothi? with a ilguie centre piees reprvwnttng Jeena healing the lame, while the utber poi tion I- rich op il?---- at (?la-s. METHODIST REVIVAL Rev. Mr. Butts Preached Friday Night Meeting Closed Sunday. * Rev. D, <i C Butts, ol Laurel street Church Bichmond,prearbed at th?? M-tl. odletchurch Friday sight. Mr Ituits' ?M-riiii.il was a sir.??.,., i li.-.r. im?.i.---i\. liis.-n-sion of tbe doctrii ? ' n p its meaning its practical application to life, ami it- doctrinal Implications. Us said repentance was a neo opinion con earning sin an.! aaevi purpose concern? ing Me. Tii?. results ,if trn?. npentaoce wen forgiveness ol -ins, regenerati >n ol our natural sanetifl 'ation or soul purity, and ths wltnsssol the spirit, a divine c ma. louaneas In tin soul, th ?t tbe sinn? r was a child of God A larg.- congregation listened with prof..un I Intereet to tbe discourse un-iui the and a large numbrr <>t Cbriatiau i?u pie oBsred themselves f ir to more efflcient eervk-e. and two went forward for prayer and Inatmctlon Tas me tings continued .luring Sun.lav. tb? past .r. Kev .1 II Light preaching at each of the a - STAFFORD POLITICS At Fever Heat Here Saturday. The ma'?- portion ol Stall ird - population was well represented bars Saturday and polit les was the 01 ?? tlxuie. tbe candidates v..t.. ., and electioneering wa? the rdet ol !??? ? I?kv Notwithstanding t be do w up >un f rain groups w. n- standing about on I C .iiiiinrce sti.s-t for boon, talking up the merits of respective candidat the various ofll ? -. .1 .? ,k- inai lerably is evidence. It i- tbs d ity r?l ever?, citi? n I his ballot .?n election d ly. POSTMASTER GRIFFIN SECRETARY About elxtj p?-r . .-n' of tl r>>stmaetei s m Virj Postmasters'Conventhm In Ki. i.m.? . I P .--:,, i-t.-r K ?yal E. Cabell f KI ?:. mood, waa made ;-t- sl?b*nt, ,?.. 1 i'..-i master Joba M Ui rfln ol En riurg, secretary and treasurer, A Dumber ol vice-prseidenta wets cayssen Both at the buaiasea ~-ssi.ni an.I at the banquet spi ? 1 bee ? era promioeol men, I? 1 ling Ma] - n McCarthy - f Rlchm id ' ? master General F. II Hit MRS. JANE HENRY DIES IN KANSAS CITY, MO. Mrs. Jan.-Henry, who will be remen bared as Mrs Jane Thornton, a nlsce of ths lata lira 10 II Eitigsrald, died at her boms In Kansas City, Ho., on Toss day, Oct. 39tb. Mr- .1 st many years la Frederickabarg as ths compon ion of Mrs Pltsgsrald, and wae beloved tiy a lar,- Iriends I at went to Mieeour?and married Mr II ? si... was an aciivemember ol tbs Prvaby teriau church EUSTACE BULLOCK DEAD Mr. Sastaca Hullo, k, aged 3 ? died in Selma, Ala., Sun-lav. after a lin? gering illness with typhoid lever Ha was at one time assistant telegraph operator si Summit and waa popular Bis was a young man oil a. ter and a salesman for Arm and Ham? mer Hr, Interment ?ill be made in t?.?- family burying gr. and near Quiaey - II- la sun Ivsd of r.-lativ, s I' you sasd aaythlag in ? -it i ? ? silwr plat?-, ti.er.- is no betti r ? I. where than oar atock oBera s s Kauf man. the (eweler. REYNOLDS-JONES At Ant-.-.-h Baptist church is Orange CO inty <?ct. J'.ith. at 11 ?on, Mr John W. Beynoldsand Mi-s Elisabeth May .1 mes were unite.1 in marriage. Miss Estelle Toongplayed the wedding mus-,.. Bev C E. Sekundere officiated and the ushers w..r? ?..s^rs \v c Bond W It Tinder, Alfr.-d c. Beynolds and Ar.-hl- Joose: ribbon soldera, Bobsrt V. Reynolds and Jas. Qooeb. Th- bride wore ' and '-ftrrie-l whits ehrysantbemome The ch-jn-h was decorated with sver? gr?s-ns and chryaaatbemotns. 111.- cuyple (eft lor th- e ??position. Th?. beat watch lor your money, what avar th ? sise ol your pnrae, may be found : at S. S Kaufman's, th.-j-w. 1er. Bnch a variety ol reliable timepiece- is not oft? n gather.-d la OBS stock. LEG BROKEN Mr. .1. H Newton,of King Georgs, was going boma (rom this city Thursday ?vening an?) wh?>n h?- reached Lagranae, the wagon in which be was riding turned over and caught hnn under it. breaking his l-g bally. He was nions and laid there until Mason and I.umpkiu RoedSfSOB came by and got hnn OBI He was taken home and Hr. Min ir est tbs broken limn. Uon't fail to vote Tuesday, SOU?HALL-FAULCONER Th" marriage of Miss Daisy Edwyr.a Fauleoncr, ?lanirhter ol Mr. and Mrs. .1 S. Pasieooer, to li.mglas Blmea Sonthall '?. took place Wedaeaday, Oct. BOth, la the home of the bride's p ircuts.iiear Broken? burg, Spotsylvauia county, the Rev. C. E Hauders offlciatiog. Mr. and Mrs. Southall left lor Hichmond and tbe expo? sition, and will then go to their home in ! Charles City couaty. TOBACCO MARKET OPEN The outlook lor tobacco sal^s asaeaj ' better than I ?r many years. Th?> m ?r ket, ?hi? h opened Friday in Richmond, j was strong, several Id's selling at over ! 10 ceuts per pound. Mr. A. L Smith, of (Caroline county, disposed id $1 ."?1(1 j pounds at more than 1(1 rents. This I sale was mad? at Bhoekos Warehouse. EDUCATIONAL MEETINGS IN ORANGE ! A meeting of public who,., t <aebs*el -f ! Orangecfiuntv will he held atOra) - on N .v. ?th. from 10 to a o'ejoak. Ta ; practical subjects will be dfasassad b) ; teacher? On Thursday, Hot 7th, a citl?.-ns' meeting will he held. I'ruiii lnent educators will make addresses! NOTICE TO HUNTERS AH person? are forbidden to hunt, shoot or trespass on my farm, Blytbedule, under strict penalty of tbe law. nov4-s2-L' J. M. Favill. M additional ladv o!?^M|*s in our Overall Factory 'at Irbrg1??*. Vn. Present force earning from |r'.' *? *t" a month. Light work, reflii-ni-^00** w h'^omwmwmwmw? I rlmriua M o22iin vm DutSw i CAROLINE Notes, Personals, Etc. Boa 'mg ii:? so, s'a., S??v. lsi. -t publie recital ft I given m ti,.- km uibly Hall ol ths Bend narj i.? the ? upils ul tue mu le a .d , | ? liiioi. classes i - rooi util? applaud? ed. Th.- young la .. - showed I! ? of giiu.i training. This is a beginning ol ?Ii. rllo?s ? lu. b Will I" given .luring l be \?-.?r. Mesdames ?.C Moncure, T. BUill, Joel [lain e, ? ? Coghill, U IS. Hint and Misa ? ?rol i us Broaddus ;? i' ih;s morning for James tow d, Mr. A. It. ('Hindi, i has returned from Baltimore,m here be h .- '?.n ander licit men) in a In>-; Ital I Or. .?ni Mrs U -s Webbare taking In A..K. ird llainee, a b la at - d Ing ?cbool lu W anhingt n, is , . - at te- bout. 1'h ? m ?\ . i - sal pletion. It a III lsi m iri - omp te . .1. town. Mi and Mi . i; \ ? . .? * Mi Boyl of last week v. ;r h bis mother, i?t lu? borne of Mrs. E. id I ? Miss I la Camper, ol U a . I lier? -;.-;. Mis ? Maj ?\ U ?. . - b" ther, Mr. Waiter Kai tu s. near Waren Ma It i n.- left r. n M irr.nv . Mr and M - It... I sis nt tj imlaj with bis ni II. Uravatl Misses \i.i? Rroaddus u ?.. . I em |j .,;,-, ... .|i I,; S ,. ..- I ?.;. ? I M;|.. day m lb? u n ..n. ben Mr a>n?l Mrs .1 I. tt bite b .>?? - tome ? b ?m .?il p to J Mr Boper K i ? portion ol last ???? with bis p .rents, .! .j an 1 Mis W. W M i. I! It Trai is is spendi - ? ?town Mr. C r. Jeasee. who has been s| ul, _ set ra! weeka is 11 |..el-.| ..-? Mrs i: K Butler h i ? returned Irom a ., kit Miss It. sale i .gin \. 1. /. VISIT OF VETERAN Was Provost Mar-rnl Here lt.ni April to Augu??, 1BG2. : I . i I ii-.i, v- I- rail g,i ti>< Arm I -lurk: or - i n.- ?? - |ng ins .. , .ii.n, g - : bas a remarkal le m a. i.- then too old for militar1 H-si les bei k .. part tips - . m ut li. r - und 'i.--'-n-t. ed, wer? ,- .-.n ait? i:. | mh .?ni. I o ing ??siIh lus empioj Ile . M.g tile brinj ?!? . .- i reo? . ? .I Missis ell II tion against S .i i le expedii i sacrifia moat of his folio were wers vsecute I I?. . order ul ? ?;-. an I it ? . . braved the ?toi m ? and n reaching sotn - friemlly i d, and retornad t?. their homes Bot this waa not his tirst .-v|- r.'-i . sbips ol ' war. H ..-I iirn-d fr.-m the ; A'aat where he bad shared in toe si-1 battlsa with | I K - i- be and bia man "mowed d?wn tbe blood tiiir-t? Indians on the bilis .?I the .: ild W Mr Unas r i- with a good memory, bat v?..ili a vigor?os eon? a'.d although i . ag.- of seventy-sii . i beartj." 1 mk? much younger and fr.?tu pn . . - of ?iie bsf.iie him. He has returned t.. his boats In Uerkime Ken gres and t'n?. tlnd and bospltabls people," w h >m ha mat. MASSAPONAX NEWS Maasap m ax, \ ?? Nov. 1, 1?OT. tad and 'gum ? 1- -aid to Is- plentiful, ditto hiints iti?n. Carp ar?- biting in the river and i. .rt ar.-.-j.j iy|ng It. Ws are having Usai tall wsatber, ami Uta (armera ar.- gathering m corn aad ^ beat and gra--. Mr. J T Coleman aad daughter, Ml<s s, have returned Ir un tbse^po ? hare t!;ej --r . days, Miss It i a Taylor an I Mi-- Mary San lord, of "Coventry," weregoeets of Mrs. L H C ilbai' iBedaj Mr. It I. Jayaea atona vieil to his mother at "Benvenue" farm Mr- Um Bell, who has base oo a vWl to Bicha iBd and Ja.stowa, has re? turn- -.I home. Mr I..-.1 Qraves, o| Prederlcksbflrg, isa gin st of Mr. T. A Fraa-r, enjoying ssvantl days hunt. Be aad Mr. Krn^.?r ar.- vising with sach other as to who will kill the kr-t Ii. ipSCttO hunt rabbits, opoasums nod coona. Mr. lirav?.? resid? ?i at the Court II recently, whi o he removed to your town His many friends ar.- glad t.? welcome li- m to hi- old home oelgbborhood. Miss Jaita N wman and Mi-- Mar gu?-nte Colbert were g usa ta al "Coven? try." tbe home of Mr. T A. Eraser, yes? terday. Mr aid Mrs t W Banford BOdyoUBg son are visiting Mrs Cat le, Mrs. S.'s mother, usar t'- >?irt House. \\.- enjoy Mr. T. b> Coviegton's de? scriptions of bis far Western home. 1, t us hear from him again. Mazy. PORTSMOUTH BANK CLOSES PeopWa bank ol Portsmouth, capital |50,000, owing to heavy demand ol depositors and Inability to nalize imm?diats cash on its assets, failed to open its doors Friday? The bank is de? clared to he solvent, and ?ffort is hing made lor its rsonsaing at an early date. COLLECTING CAMPAIGN FUNOS Mr. C Bascosa LUstnp, ehainaaa of tl a State Committee, has sent letters to ?'ni? erai ollii .-holders throaghoat Virginia, soliciting contributions f ?r ths i BBS paign expenses. A -MB who had seen a copy of the letter of eSSaSBBMSt, for It is that in reality, mid 10 lav that no phire holder was being asked for i--*s than |l'? aad BMay are required to pay mire ? Wash. Ootr. Times-Iii-patch. PHYSICIANS IN SESSION ?? g of the medical society of N irthera viigintaemd District ofCo?nm Ina w BS held at Warreiii.-n '| : night. Papers were ivad by its. A. Hatn?-s II ...., v.! tVashisgton, on 'upad. meallsodoloetomy?'Dr It I Ricks, if WarrentoTi. oil "sBSpOrt ?f An Case;" l>r. BwsShsiSBI, i f Cat "A V, or I about the T-eatinent ol C iron? ic (Jlosrs n| the L>g;'' ft- i) at The atemben rafeante taiasd by Dr, Maphin, ol vTarrsat a. Tas a xt meet? ing will be hel I |fl Alexandrin. ROLL OF HONOR 8cboo So I. ' (.m ?'! r plstrict for first mo im e dui.r O -il. Cora and BebeSBB ?V'eedOB, lettie, 1/tit and Peyton parry. Melvta. 4abru aad Richard I'iweli.lt ni. ami He-.-! F. abtsy, Louise, Marie aad LiMaa M?->v. i/m*. BeesleatidFlotei.ee Jett. Kv.v, M rtle and Jessie Silver, lu-z Whit?1, Annie and Frieta Pollard, lieaard and Sarah Bur? ial Virgie t'urtl?. Total enroll ti-nine, averatfe dolly attend, Ml b? Ruth Jerrell teacher. Qo to the polls and vote Tuesday. VIRGINIA NEWS. I'm? Friday flight destroyed ths bars of C E Kilt eoa, at w*aymaboro, cod laiiiing 100 toi.? i f hay; ioasf?,000, C T Johnson, of Bsavsr Dam, lost bis : stable Li Urs rece illy, wltbfssd, harness, etc ; I in $1,200, with do Insurance ii- D.E.H?ooa.wbo recently r?signed as pastor o? Mi.ce.l.?nial'hristiaiiChurch, la Orange county, bas gons to Indiana to resi i?. ? Bewanee defeat ?.l the University ol Virginia, U to 0, f ?ol ball, ul Norfolk Saturday. The gams was played hi rain ] ami mod ankle d ?p ; Bus t Daily, wife of Benry Dally, [colored, ? as bin n.-.| t,, He ,tb In Icr bed - t n? I ?v night Ho w abe cana bt la not -"..vu it may I?.- that aba had a lamp b] h r o i reached (rom bed t" In-lit a lamp II-1 husband was do I al in.at the tirr-- vVan. ut .ii\ irginiali j .1- .?in- i . c lore I, '? a- i on ! tbe u urd-r . ? I' I'. . K s u lili o,, Fi ida-, and eenteuoi ?i lo bang Frl la.,. I ? ? n- : ? r I.". lair barn ol T. n i bridge A Daiighty, in Amelia county, waa burned Venn thirty Uve c wa were I. I id am.-.,--: ?O0. W ? I'- l? ibl M F eiii'iir. m ho was led at the Presto tery, st Charlea ton, \\ \ .. ir-ii? ral .-\angellal f->r tbs \ irginia s? nod baa ??? ti re I upon ?lis I'harm nf his dutlss with bead?|uartera m Lyncbburg, Mr ci. ??I - S Waugh cele' rated bis 8ttb birthday at bis boms la Orange . .i lutj i? I ?W .1 us ag - A larga nun: illdren, other relatives and friends ? s in attendance, 'It. Wane h was the recipk nl ol man) i - seats. MA.RIACtS Dorse) Elmorsa d Mrs. Virginia James Were married at lbs home of the bride In l. ?. a-' .11' ?? 0t, ? '. 11 h by Biv. I Bradley Misa Pearl M y S ?? man, daughter of .1 K Newman, ol liniout Ule, < h ange ?>. as married t.i i!.. .k- r S Par. ti-i.. . f (?o.ichlan I iii'i.i-.. at her home . nigh?, ic.v B, It Perry, of Lou Isa county, officiating?. At White Stone Mcthoil.t church,l.an eastercounty,Ortober'iU at7:S0o'cl >ck, \ Im Liban Edmonds Bandars Ui-am ? th ? brl?ds o* (i-o \\ at t Cutler "Astbore" v. a- r i i re i b i Mi-s a ml ? Fl irrere and 'M-1. ;? 1 ? ?i n - Marsh 111>? i by Mrs II It l'iiakl- Tl.. u?herswsre 8am San ksmus ?> i Ii .ms, n.-org,. Buesells ind Sargent lire it. Mis.- \t n ?? Flowers .-. as n.aid of honor a d V|shA-i|. Cut niai I Frank l'avis iras best m i ? II V, I! F (? un r i Bk-iated, iia to ik steamei for the siposi r.. ? a '.:? i-a er, Md U t. f)av| i-1 linr l'a a f.-.v .1 iva ... ? Mis? II I a ili.DSbl rof ?? r. and M h 11 M Warren, l'a Is am - th? bride of Mr. II I". II . ul ... .1- ' Bapi lat . Va Bee ' Lamb ? !!i la'- ' M - .1. It F rasier, of Philadelphia, was tbe ma i-. n of I. . Dumber of t r lesmaide The to-t man was Wm, c. \ die, of Wilmington, bel In- chnrch i was beautifolly il.--i.riit. d Afi.-r the - ei m my a r?c -pti n was hi Id and a supper served at tbe horns ol the bride. I Mr and Mr- Holla lay I? ft for an ei tended bridal trip, and will be at home ?r Bapi Ian after N ?v. la. DEATHS ii T B irbee f??rm trly a m trehaat at Orange, died at ths home of hi-sister, B - P. J. B Ute, at \S'hit- li?t-. Va.. ? ag-d ."?7 yi-ars IL- | , widow and U--M i:,s M . a *. b it L?- Hunt t. \. turan of the Civil War died is Blohmond Batur : i'.'.i Ii" served on the staff of , I lien Hampton. II- Ii survived by six children. Th?- retu lins of Miss Kan?le PandletOD, whodled In Norfolk a few .lays ago, were taken to Warsaw and Interred in m St Joho'a cemeterj . .lu Ig- A K Lsaks, lawyer and Con '.- I.-rat?- veteraa, died Frtday at Kast I.-ak?-. li.iii ban.i county, aged 65. lie laughters and four sons. Judge Leaks ?n. attorney forthe ' ah Ii It. for tbe counties of' Qooch lam!, Bocklngham umi Flavaaaa SECRET SERVICE MAN SHOT Fired On Miner, Who Returr?-i Shot, Killing Him. C ?la, Nov. -4. -- Ji si-p'i a United Bl Ban, was stint and killed bj an cm illil?-!? V .1 i?.Tii? mina t? owned by ths Portai i'.;.-i . may, at i red a re? port of the killing. that govern baca lp Dun n o for severs] days gathertne evidence to 1? used is | pers< u Indicted tries nn coal land* the He* mint-is. a BBSJ m the sir ihaft. I ths min? ers to and did bo| ? rv. the ? lose tO ' out a revolver and return l the tire, killing the man -. velopad that ???? Walker. A re that li.ul b-?-n I? t down b ? shaft wa salad up. u -i '.i.ther gov rrnmi!' ??;i?'.i.n,d at the mine entrsnee, being unsbls to get out any other way, MAN AND WIFE SLAIN Double Murder Probably Committed For Revenge. Passstc, V .1.. Nov. 4. ? RafTalle Ruffano and his wife, Antoinette were murdered ?n f?arflrid. N. J. a neigh Isir found the woman's body on the walk In front, of the grocery store, and bark of the store Ruffano'i body WS ; found lyirp on the floor. Doth had been r.hot in the head. Ituffano had evidently been killed Instantly, but a trail of b'oo.1 ibowad where his wife had crawl?!] through the store and to the walk. There Is no clew to the murdered. The doora and windows at s Of the house were Itx'ked, and C e front door ?if the store was open. HufTano and his wife ;aoved to Oar flelrt from New York, where they had ?finducted a grocery store In Harlem, Fevoral months a*?;o and opened a store here. To acquaintances they said that th?-y had been compelled to leave Italy, ve-.-y suddenly two years ago, but gava no reason for their h.smt? departure. Mrs. Rufi?n?? ??emeri always In fear of camsihiug and was constantly watch? ful and alert. She always carried a re? volver In her pocket, where It was found, fully loaded. Robbed of His Ootd^Teeth. ft. Fouls. Nov. 4.? Justus Geiger, of 195(1 Hancock avenan ??-Ver visiting friend? . ,t on Sunday nlpht . went to the station to wait for s train : to this cUy. Two men on the alatform approached him and suddenly present? ed revolvers, with a command for him to hold up his hands. Geiger promptly compiled and was relieved of |2.50. "Oot any other valuablesT" asked the highwaymen. Now Geiger Is a humor? ist, so he grinned and. pointing to hla front teeth, said: "Got a pair of gett teeth here." One of the robbers grab? bed him while the other knocked out the teeth with the butt of a revolver, remarking: "Don't be so fresh next time." Geiger won't. Many aman who takes himself serious? ly is coLsldersd a joke by bis neighbors. What Vou Want You will find at Farmers Supply Store ...OR M. S. CHANCELLOR. Ladies' Suits Ladies', Misses' & Children's Coats THE ONLY REAL TAILORESSES in any Frederieksburg store. Every Suit and Skirt guaranteed to fit. LLINERY Only a few things to say about this department. 1st. It is the largest. 2nd. Our Milliners are all experienced. 3d. The Styles ar? Right. 4th. The Prices are Lowest. C. W.JONES. BRULLE & T1MBERLAKE Unequaled Shoe Values Woman's all si ?...?-I.?!? ! I". Mi--.-.' Heavy Weight Kid Skin Shoes, Medium f Toes, M.'.limii W?'i ?m- Weicht, fur dress but very serviceable, heavy sols*, fort.,it.11.50 rbopped heels, neat In appearance. U's to H'e, fl.16. I2's to 2's, fl.35. . A*r M --??-.' V ivy ('ill S !i . .1 Sli-i-y. ni-nl?'nf nil K'.li?! l??vt*' Sliiriue t'uli School Shoes, WMWmW ?^ leather, not too heavy for comfort, a neniar war re- I ?y one of trrs^^:"*?; *?><>? makers. AaLoefor -ist.-r. it's to 1 1 m :tt Si 1."?. IJ's lo L's at ? I..'!."). ' to .1 Is. fl .00. i . ', " ' -\"~.J?\, Jfcjkj^ MENS lll-V.'i BOOTS for hard service, made rltfht to our order, everypair so'* * every pair can Der. .. -? aii h v?)iir ..y.-i ?I .-.| i-,-v ry :.;iir i? tiii'l" ri;;iit ,i'm1 i'Vi-rv |iair li.is Uh-ii inspected. Flesh split Bound Topa, f.'HM l, (?enuine KM M???liiirii W.iL'lit 11 >utnl <,ul Plain Tops, f-1.7."? and i'loO. Mens' Calf Boots, Standard Screwed and Seared Hotl ims, $.'1.50, $4 OOano -*l 50. BRULLE & TIMBERLAKE 921 Main Street. Opposite Market Entrance. Everybody Wears Shoes, And we've *ot 8HOE8 %0 suit almost everybody, from a Soft Sole Child's Foot Cover to a giant's foot. I.a-li?-' Baddils Pat. Battoa, -'.'" On -kid . Boy's Sat'u C?lf, solid Isattaar 100 -'?'" shoesaruexceptionalvaluesat 1.731 " Kangaroo, seamless, ean't " " ? i' i " - ?'" -? 1 BO ?? ?? m . goo Iflasss1 KWaadCaB Shoes, all rip,. -???? " " '? " _' i ?. < leather or your money ba?-k . 1.83 ! Little (Isnt's 8eamleas, . . 1.15 Popular Shades and late Styles in HATS. J. W. THOMAS, Shoer and Hatter. / LOCAL IfARKBTI K'orns-te?! by Mmoa Hlrsta A Bro.l Wheat,90to|lj corn, old, To., ;_', new,."..*, tu 80: tnaal.fl .(10 to |1.." 46 to 60; ola fowka, B to 9; chicken, lo to llii'iiK?. 24 to 26; laid, l?to 12; docks, Uvs 10to 11; torkeya, .Ir..-?.??!, 18 to ID; tnrksya, live, 11 to 12; battar, 16 to 26; limns. 11 to 18, Irish ? 50 to 80: veal, 4, to .">; lambs, 12.60 to 14.00: hldss, ?rasa, 8 to lOj dry. 12 to 15,sa>tsd, No. 1. 9 to lOj i ???I skins Ho. 1, #1.10 par skin; baled hay, fl.'i to |1* per ton; leafaonae, 80 to 88 pas 100, h?>KH. tt*s aralght, 6 to 5^:.; bssf.liva weight, -'-, to 8Jic; pork, tu TJfc turkeys, Uvs, \2; wool, market tirni, 28 to 28 per lb ; BWSSt po? tatoes, 80 to 70, OaaMSH-Partr?dges.fl 50tof2pardos.; woodeoeks, |2.50 lo #?'! par d< wo; pheasauts, 50 to 7.". aaeb; rabbits, fl.80 to #1 80 per doasa. PRODUCE QUOTATIONS Ths Latest Closi.ig Pricea In ths Principal Market:. PHILADELPHIA - FLOUR quint: winter extras, new, *'.'- 1.15; I' vanla roller, mills, fancy, ? UVE FLOUR firm, at 10035 per barrel. WHEA1 steady; No. 2 Pennsylvania red, |1.03V_ 01.04. COK.N staady; No. 3 - lo?-sl, 67'?;?-?.n'"-. oats Drm; No. 2 white, . clipped. 51 grades. 62c. HAY itea ly, at ?:i for timothy, Isrge bales. PORK i family, per barrel, t flrm; family, per barrel, f POULTRY: Live steadj. hei lr.'^c; old roosters, i ? choice t ' BUTTER teady; sel* ?? .; n ar by. 29c; southern. 2 steady; per bushel, 6S?? 70c. Swi tatoe.s drm; North Carolina i per bask"t. S3 BALTIMORE WHEAT flnnsr; No. 2 sp'it, $M'i' ?? No. 2 Rpot, 9:/'-:t7,;r.: #1.00*4. CORN Art . No. 2, ? No. 3 BUTTER Steady; rr.'.tnv i, Maryland an l Pi.rlvanl : prints. 2 ? M >.ry ? NKv) i weak; creamer;. itat.. dairy, 11 mon t" ' ' ??'.?niH.in to smnll. ? ' I ? POULTRY: Llv? dull; wet i??rn i bl fowls. 13c.; turkey a ? ?! dull; ceys, 10 B |8i.; towli '?'? . INt'TS f.rm: fancy h i ; .,.-. POTATO Maine, per :,ack. 11.7.'. .:; I^ing Island, per barrel. $-?-.- and wpstern. - #1.80 1.00: I- raey, per barrel. < I : ; per barrel #1.25?i2.25. CABBAGE8 firm; ?er ton, #*?1 2. _ Artistic nipr-s. ivuven fi.iin old ? ?. mgrain or ok) rasp. Wa pa| freight one way. Writ?- f?n Washington lou ? 1 5th St. N. W., W anhingt. o22ltf. - .- IL *?????-?----- J ? ?'?"?* -,,^ ' '" X 926 Main St. )C I want to tell you of tho good things I have in my store that you will need when the cold weather seta in. I have a large and stylish line Ladies' 50-inch length ( oats, Ladies' Jackets, Misses' and Children's Coats. I have the largest and best stock all-wool Dress Goods in my town for 50c. yd. 1 have anew stock of Ladies' Skirts at $1.25 to $5.00 I have the Thompson Glove-Fitting Corset, the best made for $1.00. I have all sizes in Men and Boys' Overcoats at reduc tion prices. i liav<> a well, assorted stock of Staple Dry Qoo?-, Not ions, I iujerwear; Gloves, Men and Boys' Pf and Valises, ?fee. ~'~**"->*n I have one price on my goods, and that is the lowest price. 1 give you full value for your money. Annex 202 Commerce Street???-^ a. h. Wallace; Frederieksburg, Va. FERTILIZERS. GRASS S?M We have as pure Fertilizers and Grass Seed ,t asean be found anywhere. Our prices are right. Can furnish you I'iltp Animal Bo? Dissolved S. C. Bone, and different grades o ammoniated Goods, at the lowest cash prices. \ good supply of Timothy ?Sied, Orchard Grass, Clover and llefdn (irafis on hand. We are supplying Home of the best farmers, and will be pleased to sell you. ?!V DECKER & ALRICH Get WOODS' "Meal" ilT IS THE BEST E. K. W-sfl FUNERAL DIRay Corner Chariot ta ?Sts. 'PhonaM, ?Open Ni^ i Talsgrapkt i \ BBlTB'