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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and Manufacturing Interesta ol .Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
VOL. XXII, NO. 126. FREDERICXBB?RU, VA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1907. 1 PRICE, 8 CKNTj The Iviiul Von Ilavo Always Bought, niul which lias coca in ttM for over i$0 years, has borne the riaraatare of -? ? ? and has been nutde ander Iiis per ^Z^/^rT^y%, twal sWpaa i?alm? tunee U * hney. y+iarv/. y<UcAz/?i Aiiownoonctodeeeiw >..??:. iii?. AU Counterfeits Imitations ami" Just-as->ro.nt " .irc but Experiments that trillo With nnd endanger t1i?> health of Infants und Ch?dr?ju?Experience ugaiust FTprjiimntit What is CASTORIA Ca-iori.t Is a harmless snbstitnto for Castor Oil, Paro (tarie, Drops Matt Soothing1 Syrups. It is 1*100taut It contains neither Opium? Morphine nor other N'ai.otie substance. Its ape is Its guarantee. It deotrojtj Wonts and allays Fct ?-richness. It cures Diari-Iitea ami Wind Colic. It reiieves Teething Troubles, ciires^'onstipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food? roul?tes tho Stomach nnd Ilotvels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years. TMC emm-p. OOMM.MT, TT ?runtiAr ?to, err. niw von?, citv. WM. M. JFTT ?o ! i.iKK- b a co Ml. Cloth.ng Tsiloring Furnishing? THE VICTOR I Cabinet Talking Machine AND Grand Opera Records Is Our Latest Addition fa ffjaanawfli THE EDISON The Clearest Talking Machine in (he World One Dollar Cash. One Dollar Per Week Oar Record Stock I? ?oniplete R. A. Kishpaugh's Stationery. s?71lg.niiott^ Co. Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Agents Offlee 81S Uommeroe Street Represents sixteen first-class oom i., Rates low as the lowest, and 'and pa?ld ? WE SEND An Autumn Greeting To ;ill our Patrons and Friends, and with it an in? vitation to come and see the handsome new Footwear we have provided for the com? ing seasons. We certainly want to supply the Fall and Winter Footwear . wants of all our old Patrons, and we trust that we shall also have the pleasure of servine- many new custo? mers, as this store is here to supply everybody with Shoes Tor Comfort and Health. If your feet are tender or hard to fit with shoes by all means ?rive us a trial is fit ting them. Wallace & Co. The Shoemen Engine and Saw Mill BAF^QAIINaS 2 6-H. 1'. Portable Engines. 1 &. " '? lr 1 lo- " ?2 12. '? 1 (?- " Plain 1 I.".- " 1 :;<)- '? Vertiet-l Boiler I No. .. SsfcBBJ M?W Mill. 1 No. I Detonen " 1 No. 1 <?. i*r " 1 No. (? Frick " " 1 Pony Bowsring " " 1 la'h Mill ami linker. 1 Heavy Cutofl sjavv. 1 griMeed Bolter ami Slat Mill. ?Smw Tables, Saw Mandrils, ??awHUtul Mill Supplie?, KKANK K. TYLER, lUOl Mala St., Frederioksburg, Va. IF YOU WANT PURE ?OOPS... Call and ass Mrs. I. t. Monro. bsfors ba/ln? I *U1 mansion a tew at ?i brand?? Psr dallen Old K.ntuck/ Ta/l.-r, R/s Whisks/-84 M Bo/al V.lvst, R/s Whlsk?7-_ 4 tt Buckwaltar WhUke/._4 tt Old Jt-tr.raon County Kent?ck/ Kr?_ t tt Olsiiraere "H/* Whisk?/-._IOC Indian Hill Whisker._I M Cbemkee Springs W hlak?y__ . t tt Kankuckr kj? Whlak?7-I St 4ppl? y, ocd WhliU*.?-~-?_ i t? S?5?ht3i, a/? whtsaV_?-i tt Cbsatsr, Kre Whisk?/__._ IT? Bxesislor. R/s Whisk?/___..___ 1 tt 1RS. J. F. I0NNE, ait ootiim at. . rr?a?fttt?k? ?. v? I ?RAME COUNTY'S VOTE Conttrcs* Senat? L*arl?liior? rrtoa Rhrril Com At Barb ur??ilk . 17 .". R4 .".l .".1 51 las i.1 I3?i las l.u; i.-r. inn mil? 17 H ?".-' ?"'-' Wl .".I :..l I! . . 1 1 I 17 40 17 IJ 17 ; k> :i.; j H'J ?M 10 :i7 At) . . ai i? an ii7 ?m -J7 :i.' L . u-t UruTi . Ha s ;:; 7? 7*. 67 7s T ?tal . ?"U . ; i 'l lili 131 UK M-.' DISTRICT OFFICERS CORDON DISTRICT L?u?tO'ov <.,;? ?\i-??! T .1 \iiii"i..l. 7(1; j wil ??? i?-.?-?' M T K? .1 s \-l.ii. . 57; \ i? s,'.-.."?. I .'!.'; \. H M.i:.- 28; roosttb**, |' ?, , . ?. .1 '? I ? . : M IDHON MSTRICT <?m-'i."' (Jon!, n till T..'..I so - V V s i ' ?? ! . . . l.'lt ,%| |HJ j.i:," r.'..r-r h i-'-rr,. i a? :..? ins T ? . -' n ia ?'. > H ' kl .m. lu lo A V II n?4>?rort!). 1 I . i., i'.'i.i. <; n ? Pu ?it II. II..a??worn . 2u :tl :,? BARIOUK l'1-li. i'.??? I.o r^v ?;l ? ?-' , '.">">: j i-''???;? !?? ?. W \ II i? , . II; i I'. 11 ayi.4'1; L \H i>ri v,. -. ,-t ?-...- '.V K. C?k. 41; < r- .? ? ;? . . i; \ n rod ':.. 51 T\V... ?It DISTRICT il .r.-? SV., .If >|a'? R ? sd ?fill KB.ri?. r-R .hi S K Ii-. I? I" Hi 118 M Jw k? m . 4* 4'? aj 11'.- : W II lamp?*. -M _'l kbl -\ \ I..i.-. :i" ''l". ''II u i: . IS i _? i .iv. ...t pooi? Etut*?vTerrill. l- 3'j :ij 1101 ORANGE Mjry Note? of General Interest. Lab irt, Va. S it II. Bravj ralas and bad rotvos art prava laat. Von u s's sais uik- larsjtif attended 1 i,n sdskj and lair ?. rtktrt t mate t cktx palier., eokJa,diph. tli.-na aad (evtrs. MrH ll.Tt.lie Woollulk, ?Il l II?- l?->'t! ill. It improving nod we bop? tu *???? her ist la tie-lull sa] ryaaeat w bealtti Ina Bleirt Ulli.'. Tue !? llorad p.*>ple of Shady Grove aad Mt. PlssMeat i bnrehet tuteniarging their meeting boum-*. New boilding? are ?printing up tali through t r*> ? ? etiuB, be? sides otber tvhWness <>( thrift smoag IssttS ptl p - Beavy rsJas greatly Inter t?rad with the teacher*1 lattltnts at i ?rann- v\ edoeadaNj TBsrt ?h DDivwraal desaaad lor batter ?ikkf.-n fur lirnt gr>v!e IlisV flSI* -.i among fowls, sspedalljt tur? key, ha? grraii.v d-i ?mated the 0 Uiim ttctlon, Mr S. CrtaaaaB !i out a?ralo after a esters esthetes Bit kindly Christian ?mils I?* ev.-r wi leuine and umpiring. Diphtheria am.uig H S. Couptrtebil ? Iren m Bobasdiag and all are improving. Mr" I. M. t'owatiliu and Nannie Morton, ol Richmond, are expt-cu-ii Tai - ?irt.v to attend the King-Morton marriage at Pamnokty at 11 o'i met on the atora. Ins*of theSOlh MltsQadis Morton,th i'il.-|.-it, Is receiving many heodsomt ami useful present?. MstsNaanstMortOD, I -isti-r of tiie brille t> !*-, i? best la ly ami ' Kennt tli Sroekaaan, ol Monrovia, will lie! bssl man Among the victims of mump? are M S Jolin?on and wife This popelaf pair! are Bnlvaraal favorite?. \\" It Reynold? anil lii-< ?inter, Mi??. Lelia, Mtartained a parti of friends at a I niee liinner yestsrdt\y. Tli >?e aero?? th? ri\.r were rnui-ti disappointed in Bot be? ing able to attetiil Min? Alies, tli I popular daughter of At? torney I zee J. (Jravf?, of Spotsylvaaia, bas bets OS a vi?it to her granduiol her, Mr-. A. T. Broekaaaa, of Monrovia. Mm Vate?, a leading member oftht HnptiHt Missionary Usina ol Culp?per, who has l?-en attending th? meeting in Cbarlottesvills, ?topped over Monday to nee her life-lung friend, Min* Mary I'ink ard. who liven seal here, Happy year? to them. i>i:vrNi:ssr.vNNoTBK(i;ii.:i> by loos! application?, a? they eannot reaeh the diseased portion of the ear. 1 h.-re i? only one way to cure dt-afnesn, >md that in by a institutional remedien. Deauates Iseaaaed by an inflamed con? dition of the mneons Halas el ihe Beeta? ? hian Tul>e. What) thin lube in inflamed you have a rumbling ?ourid ur imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely clone,), Deafness i? the result, and BBtVsi the in II immation can tie taken out and thin tul?, restored to it? normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine eastse oat of tea are caused by Catarrh. * liiih in nothing but an Inflamed con? dition of the mucou? ?urfacen. We will give (hie Hundred Hollar? for any case of Deafness [rnnaarl by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh ?'lire. Send f'ir circular? free. F. J. Cbenei i <'<>, Toledo, Q. Sold by Dru-'gint?, l~t. Take Hall's Family Pill? tor constipa? tion NOT MANY TEETOTALERS Only 15 Per Cent, of tht Adult M tief KarVed ?$ lucH. Per cent, of men wh > drink, M I'er cent, who drink to asease .'10. Percent, who are in-briat^s, l-J. I". r cent, who are incurables, 7. Percent of wonjeD who drink, ft."?. The man wlio I? retponslbki fur these figure? i? Dr. W. D, Lawrence, of Minut 8, poli?. 'Fifteen per cent of the adult male? in this country are U-eto'aler?," ?aid Dr Lawrence receutly,"while 55 percent.are what may termtd privi!egedrinker?,that Is, nun who claim |BS ri^rit tc ' Sri?a an it pasases tb-m, pul who go urn drink to excess. * ??' ' ' "1'hlrtv per cent are disease I through the use of drink or drugi iBtse statis? tic? re|ate |o th?e use of drug? at well o? the use of liquor. They are Wbrlatet and have acquired the habit, which I*beyond their runtrul. Of thc-e IB per cent are tebmerged. 'They are dipsomania/* and require the attention ?,f the public, aid of beaev Qlent Boetsti s. organisation?. Seven per cent, are hopeless and it i? useless to ex p.'Ud fund? on thym except to Inflate and detain them, humanely and at work if possible.1' _ CASTOR IA For Infanta and Children, The Kind You Ha,a Always Eougb? ^'ears the Signatare of Much that paasas for patience is simp'y | latinees. ORANGE COUMTY HUNT MEETS ' v? .1 hunt ?-In - nf i )- mg? eooa* i tin- Tona hawk m .1 Blue It'iu ?rill ii> ?i? lolliitr?! ToKABAK K Hi vr < I i it ?N ,\ II Rill, ?''. p. in Mot. SD d. Will (IryoW f*rat, ?'! p a N..T '.?vi,, Bciiki s-j'?1 Hi.no hi \ Boi to??M i? l?i ii. I?r. rJouoO? s n ?-?. rttatioo, A p. m N i SSrd, Pot U'.iiii.l-, (?lu, i .%.. ! a in. N ?T, 80th, I'rtiK BOOB I?. K p. ID. 5.000 PERSONS KILLED, 76,286 IN? JURED BY RAILROADS IN ONE YEA ' _ Th* Iriters'nte I'l.iniii. r. ' Iiull.'tin on m-.i'l. ntn uiiuii riillri'.iils . tli- I Inited Still.? ilurii.kt lb* v. nr eii.i. Jui.' 80laat?bow? total cos 81.286, or 5.000 person? killed and Ifl 286 injared 11..? rtli.i?s un i i lo,:;.",j i'ii?uititi.'s, ? r 77? la to* kiKe i aii'l 8.577 m tht lojareid, as with tli? ?ir.viuu? irai ladooaoniT aockWou to pata? nger? .m toemploy??* whileactually ob .iut^ o Of lihout tiolns PASSED A3 W i YEARS Mis? VosLr igh '.'s.i ed ? Woman am Lived With H>r 30 Year?, Trtaldad, Colo Nor. 12 U ??'. ?.o (or n reara pa ?ed ? a man. dltd at a hos |.iial here. Mis? Votbanfb wt 1'raiK?' M roan ago Whn a rotni ?roman ;.he fo:in l it dlfllcrall to as*k< her way on account of h< Inn men's < ?otlics. she obtali pli.yinont a? a bookke i| r in Jopiln Mo. This pOtltlOB tht hold f- r BIO? years, anrl then BCe*ptl I I ??"it! n Ii ? Bl Joseph, Ma bank Whllt in si Joseph she man If'l a wi.nian. ?It! whom ?he IITed for l? ? rObarltf" Voabi i.-ii T i an man ail I ?'if? etas* to Trini<la< two rear? a^o. Aft.-r the l est h o( th< "wife" Miss Voabaa I In vari pua ?pacitlei uni 1er !,|?' last year tha' r^ ? was, taken t< ? I. >i)ital. It wd? th"n til f h r Bta ?.a? dim i;v' Bfl r b*l r.'Tv.-ry ah? rafa i l.'fhiii?, anl . i :. tar hfl masculine I,ah?!,i . nl. SHOT CfJ A TRAIN Negro Fatally Injured. Another With Pistol Arrested. Blvatre, N i. Not. Il l'a s rier? on a Pennsylvania railroad train wen Btartlod. by a p| toi (hot M lia train pnllt I into this statii.n. A D tro In oat of the ears yelled following tht tbot am' dropped InNi the aisle Jjlth a 1ml |.'t in his body. Near' tha man. ?h . ivas ?hot stool m. with ? revolv? ii, bla hand. Il? v... | a h tl jiy ihe irniu ?inr-ls anl huaUcJ off to the Furl Ft rrls J.-ll. '?'lie prl?oo*r raid Lib nun? wa? .lanieg Lot? I liv i in Hal jlmore. lie said Ui injure.) man I? William Crawford, ,f Port E'lzah. th The Injured man will prnliahly die. ?00,000 Cuit united Ctatea |n Week;, New York, K'.v. [%,- Muro than 100,904 peratrM an** sailed In the ?teerage of 21 Atlantic liners within a we.k. an aapro edi ntad autumn ex? odus. Tens of thousands, of construe tlon haud? ?nsaged upon Improve, ment? h?vj bren laid off earlier than usual In the ?eason. Thero hare been Strike? around Puluth, Minneapolis and St. Paul. The mine? let out ?ome. The passage war In which the ?teerage rate ha? been rut from a figure around $34 and $32 to one around $20 and les?* I? another prwmpte* to *aflier m'lgr?' Rot Doctor Sent to Asylum. Chester, pa., Nov. 12?On th? teitinivpy of ph>iiicians Or. Charles U Heading, a former resident physl clan of Hannemann Medical college, and a prominent physician ?f Pho? j OixTllle. jraa ?nmnjlUtd hy the Chester futility tiuuM to the insane department of the Chester County home for treat? ment. It was shown by th? ?rldence ?abattu??) that th? physician waa a Victim of cocaine, alcohol and mor i ptlne, and that h* W?? upable to Bl tond to M? practice or toll property. Tvm? Olrl? KHItd By Ga?. Philadelphia Not. 11?Bessie Day? ton. 22 years old, and Annl? Toae, IB; yeara old, negro servants employed lif ^>^?jdJpK K?j.la?> ?* 3i)2 304 North 3'.tl' Btreet. werV f?fr.d^tojLJ?|,e??? ^^ The policf s?y they i^l\|4WllV?!?t? \ by Illuminating gat V The Fre* Ltvnoe la prepara *? d?J?' I da of Job printing In tom^" *** a? taodtratt ori??j llB TONERS PUI Tennessee Roosevr.lt ?nmers to Hold Convention. WILL INSTRUCT DELEGATES Lenona Picdict Mr. Roosevelt Will Be Nominated and HcLlected If He Docs Not A ;ain Emphatically De cline to Aci.;,.t Presidency. :. Not 12. 1 ..o : convention ii| n which ' ir.iiu held i;i s ?.? Kra:.i will le' in n la for i ?? I | Wi . ' ?lleoi ' i ? ' . follow suit I.. I :in na ttonal ? phut hii.i time for th? natloool con ThU Ii next mm :i|e th" T. mi'" 't ha? been aware . I il he dlaapproyea of It the Tennatw er? do nol r ? they ?re lolai ?h*t. aad ?..! ii? reooaa> j ? his i|. ' laraiioii of Nuvcniti'T, ' BtroOBWr form. time ago RepreaeotatlTt I BrowulOW, for a ?on? time th? Rt> publicas boat in Ttooeatta, failed to] deliver the p BUtttar of M* ReproteBtatlT? Halt an! ft ?'lay Ev?ns. tiie chlaf thiril term I ar.' Iiinh In favor at the Whit.- Hoot* Mr. Halt calM on th; .t In present Hu?.- i : ? a? Intentai rolle? tor In Tei out tWO foil..wit? Of R lirownlow. After roniln? from th" prattdeat1? "r Hale had this to ?ay about "\\> will hold our u'tiventlon as soon after the national committee m."'? In WaahlBftoa next month a?. an.' we will ?1? r H delegate?. We want to be the fll?t state In the country to do this." NO FCRAKER MEETING Ht Must Speak For Himself, Say Senator Dick. Washington, Nov. 1". ? Ek BBU Charl*? Dick, of Ohio, denied that b wss to be a party to a COttfi rene. the object of which was to launch tli candidacy of Senator Foraker fo president "It'? all a mistake," said he. " know ol no snob conference and cei talnly am not a party to it nsasto Fr, raker must H?ieak for himself relal Ins to his plans." Senator hick ha? learned that hi colleague 1? to arrise tu Washingtni at the. end of the wash lia i doubt whether any asnouncemeD would come from Mr Pbraher regard lag il." presidential nomination. Sen ?tor Pbrskef i? knows ho entertalr iumi pronounced view? as to the pro pilety of any man proclaiming him self a candidate for president. "If any person expect? me to an? nounce myself a candidate for presi? dent," Senator Foraker hat ?aid, commentinp npofl reporta about him self similar to those now in circula? tion, "lie will wait in vain. Could any? thing be more Improper than for any man to announce hlfl own can 1er president0 'lln oftice I? too bin for that. I can Baderatasd how tho friends of a public man might taka stepn to present his name or even organize In his behalf, but for a man to announce himself a,? if h" were running for sheriff, a-ems to me to be far frSSI modest." From tnl? view, which Senator FVr aker ha? to aftas repeated with eat phasl?. close friend? of hi? like S> n ator Pick hardly expect any announce? ment from the te?|or senator. Have Fox Chase In Farm House. Boston, Nov. 12- l).ini<l Willard, o Old I.yme. dressed six pullets ant hung them In his cellar. Early In th. morning he heard a racket In the eel lar and opened the door. A big fox rat on? Into the kitchen, and th.-nce to I bedroom, where Wlllard's Irish settei tackled it. The fox ran from room tr room, but was caught and killed bj the dog. - ? Boy?' Neck Broken In Football Q?me Cohitnbus. Ind., N'ov |l Ju at i?uap.ilak m ?top au <;nd run, Karl ttudell." an If aasjof lu th? nigh sob'xj!. had hi? neck broken In a football game. The city and school an thorltles will Issue orders prohibiting, football in tho town hereafter Ann| 0?utd Denies Marriage Rumor, Paris. Nor. 12. ? Madame Anna Gould authorized tho Associated Proa? to deny the report? that abe Is tn ??ted to he married to Prlnc? H ?lie. de Sagan or to anybody else, A tickling con^h, frntfl rtn.r cause, ij quickly stopp?"! by l?r. Nh.op's Cough Cir.\ And it I? so tli ruiiifhlv bar -lile?? and anfp ?hat |>r. Bhonp tell? BBothsrt tt*tj II here tO lfi>e it without h??itati m evm to v.-ry )OOi<g babes The whole Mi,:, i arrea* !>? ?v.-? and teOtVr ?tern* of a lung-healing uii.ni.tainoiis ?hrab' 'uruish, curative prorortitw'W) Dr.Sfaooj. - Cur.- ^t Caims th? e iilrh. an.I heal? the sore anil ?en?iti?e bron.-blal membrane?. Nu opium, no chiori form, nothing hai?h Used to Injure or suppress. Simply a re? sin?os plant extract that helps to b-ar aching lung?. The Spaniard* c&\\ thm ?hrub ?hieb tbe Itoctor uses, "'ihe I Qaertd Herb." Demand Dr.Shoop1?.Take I ho otfc?r. tloolrick'? Modern Pharmacy. 12-CE?i? F?RE CASE Argument ?n Appeal From In? junction Granted P. R. R. SAYS IT ISNTCCNFISCATORY ? C Itor Declares r..i,.^ad Mrs Increased It? Mileage 000(000 f..il-.u By the Two-Cent I Rate. Pa., 12 Phlladel ? i nu Injunc ? M.I,, II plots P irlai the e unconatltu ? the supreme court ol P ; ; in this i it.v. sum ol I- 'if ? state .-m i at a) prominent men;' M Hampton Todd attornej - of i'. m a; J. H ?a ard O? odi II, llsdelphls, sad An Bfl I Ern si Lowsn >rs of Il : fol i ; i ; lohn on and . repi ei tetj (he US ! Cltj .- to? '.il letl made the in. ut for the ?tat*. He the powers af the legislature end it? authority retarding tin- tacor rttlatlng the metho!? of rorporatlons generally within the the eonlseatory question one which the ralln 1 If ih? com all tonn es ?hoiild - so 1' \V. |,c, a'ise of a leglHla tlve act. that there Wan no return to an Inv. ?ti iHther a dramatic manneri Mr. Oendell ?all: "Since the railroad has put Into op? eration the 1006-mile mlleass booh, r the bearer, it? mllesgs has in? crease, i ' pallet over the cor lug p.rlod of the previous year." The ease of the railroad at summed up bv Mr Johaaofl in the paper boo* which was given to the court I? that ?he railroad baa the vst^.i right to fix eatfSj thai It ha? done nothing to maVii this right revocable by the legt?. lature; that the treat rate bill I? not a va.id ? ?en Isa of ?nv rltrht? which lelature may poasees: 'hat Its 'iient will amount to the con Bscatloa of pi B I that the act I? an attetn|t m interfere with inter ttati i ommi rce Move New Town to Find Old One. Rosne, t* v il Th.- Italian govern. nient is abool to apptoprtate $100,OOO to have removed the houses of the modern town of Resina, which It tit naf' d ov?>r M? ri ulane'im. the ancient burled fit> if this is lone i; MM m year will be appropriated to excavate tli*? remains of the old town. Profeesor Waldstein, of King's college. Cam? bridge. Is interested In the undertah lng. He wishes the Job t" be under? taken b) several nation?, and says It will (ost 126,060 a year. Mr?. Bradley'? Trial Put Off. Washington, Nov. II Ol account of th>' deal!) of Justice Mi-Comas. Of criminal court No 1, In which Mrs. Anni? M. Brodto'y was to have beeij put on tri?] Mmi'lay on the charge of murdering former Senator Arthur Browa of l'tah. was adjourned until Wi'liiisiiay. Mr? Bradley was In court, an ?rart also her attorn. many wltaaaaaa, and n\\ trat in readi peat for the trial bffort Judge Staf? ford. Large Packing Plant Burned. Rorrtabarg, Pa Nov. n?To? large plaal "f Bwtft Sl company, the Chi csk<> packer?, trat eompletely destroy ed by (Ire, entailing a loss of |2&0, 000, partly covered by insurance. Th. .Mod in the smoke house, ?.nd in less than half an 1*0*1 had ?wept tl.rough the tatrtt building. The walls oi Mu. plant fell, slightly Injuring a few firemen. 1500 Men Out of Work, froahbaro, ITta . Nov. t2-The tight pe?| of tho money market has caused ?he doting of the large mill of the Edward Hin it I.uml.' r company at Iron rlv.r. The company will also cease operations In the woods tribu? tary to the mill, which will throw more than 1500 men out of employ? ment. Aged Woman Shot By Boy. Harrlsburs. Pa.. Nov. 12. -- Mrs. Sarah F. Oresg. aged 08 years, was ac? cidentally shot In the right side by Thomas Reeser, aged 18 years, at her home nt Lomoyne. Rotaof w-as return? ing from a hunting trip, and is atld to hove been under the Influence or li'iu'.r. Mrs. Gregg's Injuries are serious. Bernard McFaddcn Sent to Jait Trenton. V J . ?oe; is?Bernard v i. who was convicted In the United State? court uf sending ob-, scene mstter through the malls by means of a physical culture magailne, was sentenced to two years' Imprison? ment and 12000 One, 8l?in By Brothtr-ln-Law at Christening Newark, K. J? Nov. 12.?During hla btby't christening Nicholas Arcelato, 24 year? old, was ahot and Instantly killed by Joseph Pelatco. Ths men wers married to tltttrt. and both lived at 119 South Canal street Paleteo escaped. Fee Over Slaty Y ?are. Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup hat been Used for over ?Ixty years bj millions of mothers Cor tu?ir ekifdren whi,le teething, vtiik p?rfeet ?uceen? It sootsjes th? Shlld, soften? the grim?. allays all pains, care? wind colic, bu1' It the best remedy for Diarrhoea It will relieve the poor little tuffere? immediately. Sold by Drogsistt lr i every part of, the stork!. Twenty i five cent? a bottle. Be sure ?.nci asl for ,Thi*s, Wlnslew't Soothing j ??v'rin " anrl take n? o?her. 1 Dunranteed under the Food and Drugs I Act June 80th, ISO?. Serial Number 11098. Have You a Friend? Then fell him about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Tell him how it cured your hard cough. Tell him why you always keep it In the house. Tell him to ask his doctor about it. Doc? tors use a great jca 1 of it for throat and lung troubles. T!, ? best kind ote testimonial ~ " S ,lj lor over >ix'.y years." A Had ' i7'pr?..i',?>n,?Mi umupuoux yersz ftme?vmiBmmmwmmrum One of Avor's Pills ot bedtime will hasten recovery. Contly laxativo 1 lAND ETHS 1 GARDEN Sfflr, I jAj FRESH BTO K, LARG anl ASKOlM V.;.V| '/'? ?fig I B ?5 Sp?cial di ??? t., M ni., i ?$ ?aj (mMiu-r? '.: .1 M.-' ?A, I 1M M. Lewis, | ??j DRD0GI8T - - - MAIN ST. g*g is, I M.'AKK? IHK LAR?] K Of Building Material In rrede.i.inbarg. SU boUdioi ?ludir?a ? bed?, all ful1 I carrj . \. <;. and Gturgi? pin?, oelll.'ig, pa.titiou. ttslag? ?Ld I" length. Alan sash, door?, ?T*rrthlng for lnt*rtoi rlor fliiiih. Lath?, lime, ; ?nd halr.palnu,. 'is, glas?, I. pipe, bn pirn? I rospeetlT buyer?.. 11 will1'' *e'. Ut tBOfllIat ",y itook and get my PRtr,ts before buvln; O. D. FOSTER N* rfOFAl Ho? i I I John F. Scott. HARDWARE ASD HARDWARE BPBCIALTIK6 Main St., one door helow Obi lace <% Bro. ralllloaol General Hardware. Barb Wire, Gun?, Puvtols, Razors, Knives, etc., will be sold Ht reduced price? to salt the times, Mor.. be ?ev?d by c.nreli*iin>; v hKrct? ?r ? ??'?r? Get WOODS' "Meal" IT IS THE BEST Constipation Bated ?we?t ?r>ple?. with ?ome peon'?, bring prompt relief for Constipation. With others, eoarM all-wheat l.rcad will have th? &.. Natur? un.lotilit.'illjr has a vegetable rnwdy to relieve ereryjillment known to man. If pi I can but And Natun-'s war to health. And thills ?triklnj/ly tn:e with regard to Constipation. The bark of a certain tr.-e la California?fa* esrs Sagrada?offer? ? inr?t excellent aid to'.hU end. Hut. nimlii.ii'd with Egyptian Sonna, Slip. perj Elm Hark. Solid Extract of Prunes, etc.. ttili tarn? Caiear? bark U given M? greatest posslbl. power to correct constipation. A tooUMMasa ?jandr Tablet, called I*Xf<?. Is now made at th? Dr. Snoop Laboratories, from this Ingenuoiwand nost effective prescription, lu effect o Dation, Biliousness, Sour Ston'.R.h. Bad Ilreath. Ha'low Complexion, etc., U Indeed prompt aud aatufylng. No griping, no unpleasant after effect? areexv perienced, and Lax-eta are put up In beautiful lithographed metal boxes at 6 cents and ?? cents per box. For something new, nice, economical an/l Sfleotlvu. try a box of Lax-ets Goolrick's Modern Pharmacy. P. MCRACKEN, BRO. t CO., ?WHOLKSALK *5D RKTAIL? OKOCERSand LIQUOR DEALER*. Offer Is? Thousand ?allons Pl'KK RYK ??S buriio!? WH1SKIBSfro?) Iks followlsf ??d known rtlatlll^rlea, (?raft A Co., of Ohio lio. c* Count/Dlallllliiii f'? . of Kantn.it?. MooMfilo Olatlll-ry. of Maryland, ?ni \? V BftS a] Paana/lranla. ?g*ats for Bsr?n.r ? Bns;la's Las/er Brsr. Thsr alan offar Slapl? and FaDer Orocsrls?, AjTV?l??r?) laaplssisBta ?a*1? Oaaan asS Oaajast W. S. EMBREY [Suscessor to Eiubrey <* Herryman.] i Dealer in Railroad Gross Ties, Cedar Poets, Spokes and Hoops. Keeps | constantly on band a lanre supply ol Raled Hay and Mill Feed. Office neat Oallroa-', repot, Frederlciubrirg, V.-v , Its- a saw? 'or Paee Wl~ V?.?? O?. Dr, J, Gleoroy Barris has opened a modern ami up-to-date Dental offlc?,ftt poo^jlatvio. J'. I ., Va. a3412aa rSS !? f!t"~ K V Ladies Residing in the Country You can "BANK BY MAIL" ss easily and profitably as any one. Your accounts recehre the same prompt attention and your money draws the same rate of interest. Those few cunts which you can occasionally economically save gradually accumulates if in our possession. This system applies to you, and your loca? tion means nothing. A special depart? ment is provided for your convenience. Information upon request. Astandingin vitation for you to call when in the city. NATIONAL BAN CAPlTAC ?300,000.00 SURPLUS AAO UIOlViDCO PR0flT$\ -4)L--^ ll.OQO.000 00 ,' ?s^V^J?^/ ) ?1.000,00000 y ^ ^BICHMOND^Ar ?U gOftO$M0MMe OO??0000##( O THE LARGEST STOCK OF I ;f\ GOOD SHOES ',-$ EV^lbrlOWNHQ? .j^? g/ For Men. wJp Queen Quality ??'-^?^T?-. ?- For Women. Try Us For Shoes and You'll Be Satisfied BROWN ? CRISMOND ************ CKHbM ?SMOND f S^ Force and Uft HAND AND POWER PUMPS. Myers Stayon Door Hangers. WRITE FOR PRICES. John C. Willis &Son. B. J. MARSHALL The Largest Wholesale Grocer ii Frederictotag N early everything bought lo ear load lot* aad Sipecial Inducement?. Off*?rprl J~' ?J Cb?vtn Merdir*?* Dealer in Lime, Cement, Plaster, sod lo fatt everything needed na '?'. iuf r.-tiHiit or mechanic. Also, Bayer of Wool and Grain. B*a ? t uH-i,.. e.-n: r,'str?-M I MARSHALL. Klag!* Oo.'? old stand, jtktfi UP-TO-DATE LIVERY STABLE. M"?srn W. J Jacobs and (ieori^e Armstrong h ?e formed a copartner ship under th.- stvl-of Jacobs & Armstrong und hare bought ont tho ?tibies ni Iv K. Win der, on I'rini-t'HH Anne street. We are prepared to for nish first- las.? teams at all time? arid all hours. Horte* bought or told on commission. We board Lor???? by day or month and they will haTe bota attention. Call on us. JACOBS & ARMSTRONO, Wheeler's (?Id Stand. FREDERICKSniJRO. VI Cooke's Wild Cherry and Acetone Best Remedy For Coughs For the beat of every? thing go to Johnston & ? Pearson's Prescription Pharmacists WHITNER & SACREY undertakers ind Embalmers No 719 Main St., Freder ick-Bburg, Va 'Phone ?8. Actos* from Exchange Hotel ?*ad next .to Western Union office. Telegraph and telephone orden receive prompt atten-' r.inrv Open day and night. Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed. Dr. J. Garnett King, ?omsi. Offl?e-90*4 ttala Btn sVBrttjsle?abajrg Chick Food. Pigeon Food, Triplex Stock Food, Bust Haven Climax Condition Powder, Boup Pilla and Lice KDlejrV ' "i Doggett & Scott The Old Reliable O-ocers. 205 Commerce and 1002 Main Ste.