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Jroii and Brass Beds, Dornest i<: r.i.d Foreign Hugs and Carpets. 500 stoves, stov<> pipe and elbow??. 2,000yard?
o? Matting to close out. Import?) d (. hina. Go To The BOSTON VARIETY STORE For Your XMAS GOODS ?mn.?i:iiiiMi AU goods guaranteed under ^??? the Pure Food Law and Drug Act . - - ? '.-/ for eomroiiri'].\l or uns mu&ey you can ?at tits strut-fa; Look to- r4??- which roa ?mtVUS^um all ttlFlKbn% it ruaos mach to you. You b-y di-w.t wfa n >ou c rder from us. We are whalsss's distributors to the customer, and guar? antee sat. ' "asy refunded. Good* shipped i r ..kascs. e.\prcrschanges prepaid at prices named. \V ri to for spec ial w hole, aal? price* in bulk lots. Bookiet.cotc,.: I ! full information mail.?! en request On 1 ist named below, we make rood looses and breakage? (ALL FULL QUARTS) 4qts. Wettover (best the world over).$3.10 (Fk ;:jit fiaik olOld Apple Jack, wuh firs, croar W<s"K-m) El Ma.; . 2.(50 Donald Kenny Malt Whiskey (nu.iu.in.ii) 3.25 Blue Ridge (Va. Mountain).4.00 Huron River Rye. extra tine (LiOttled in .3.95 Dr. LeBarron'a Buchu Gin (medicinal).. 3.40 Kelly's Royal Corn (the finest). 3.85 Kelly' Copper Distilled (bottled in bond) 3.20 Kelly's Medicinal Malt (bottled In bond) 3.90 Mita Tempting i . 4.50 1 sal. 5-year-old Ky. Rye 1 sal. 5-year-old N. C. Corn 1 gal. Holland Gin I gal. Extra Fin* Sherry 1 gal. Porto Rico Rum 1 gal. Extra Good Port Wine 1 gal. 4-year-old Maryland Peach Brandy. .$2.85 1 gal. 4-year-old Va. Apple or Peach Brandy 2.85 SPECIAL OFFER. 3 Gallone Old N. C. Corn.6.00 3 Gallone Old Kentucky Rye.600 3 Gal'ona Fine Gin .6.00 3 Gallons Apole or Peach Brandy .6.00 ?V8 Gallons of either above.9.50 All ordere I of Mlaslaalppt, a ?Id M cpnts additional for earn 4 quarts, except Kelly's Copper Distilled (bottled In bond) on which frr "art r.la. the Carolinas, Maryland and District of Columbia, add 6? cenia for 4 quarts, $1.05 for 8 quarts and $1.30 for 12 quarts. iag chargea oa freight crdera 1/3 less than above extra e^i??L?. Kelly Co.. inc. ~04AIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED MULaUat DcslsuJ Lou,, Dixanj- Phones 1353 8qt*. $5.95 4.95 6.25 7.50 7.65 6.55 7.45 6.30 7.55 8.50 12 qts. $9.00 7.50 9.00 11.50 11.50 10.00 11.25 9.40 11.50 12.50 PUT UP IN STONE ?JUGS, SAFELY PACKED IN PLAIN CASE, ALL CHARGES PREPAID ALL CHARGES $2.50 PREPAID IrsMdtn. Dist?Wt tai Dis Fine Lip'iors ? A Wilson Heater - WUl Save 40 Per Cent. Of Your Fuel Bill - ? ?nie celebrated Hot-Blast Down-Draft creates perfect combustion, the gases and fumes (40 per cent, of the fronting power of wood), ordinarily eiseapirigunburned up '.lit' chimney in other stoves, are all consumed and turned into heat in the WILSON. The Wilson is the onlv heater intli?' world, whieh actually burns a?l of the fuel pot into it. The WILSON i.s air-tight, h^ikt, can .><? regulated ?to any degree, and will hold a fire for 36 hours. What you save on fuel will pay for a WILSON HEATBK in one season. Burns Wood .FOR SALE BY GEO. W. HEFLIN. Frotforiekshunr, Va. THE LARGEST STOCK OF GOOD SHOES j EVER SHOWN HERE Walk-Overs \ For Men. I Queen Quality J "H*. ~~"~ For Women. Try Us For Shoes and You'll Be Satisfied j BROWN ? CRISMOND HOLIDAY o?5?t>S -AT J. STOFFREGEN'S Its all Kinds, Fancy | ^?m b^ HpsCUIsTI Driving Out the Negroes. Mnskogee, ? ? Ki.?. Orne, ?M, Negroes are rapidly leaving Henrietta, where the lynching of .lames Harden, colored. t>ccurrpd following the murder of Al? bert Rates, a prominent white business man. The blaiki- wem given notlve toi leave town within forty-eight hours. A ? second n?ob of citizens who sought a j one-eyed negro named Dill Smith, charged with Indtlng Garden to com? mit the crime Sheriff Robertson, how? ever, spirited the man away from the mob and took bi> to Okmulgee. ? Christmas Goose Was Fatal to Fox. Port Jorvls. M. 1 Dm I Michael ? Flaherty, who lives In the mountains ; near hero, penned his Christmas goose i In a barrel in his yard. A fot jumped ! on the board which covered the barrel ' and fell In, hut after killing the goose i couldn't get out. Flaherty hcar.l the commotion and went out aud killed the fox. Threatened to Kill Himself. Philadelphia. Dec. 26. ? Mrs. Mary Thomas, of 23ri4 Cambridge street. Baltimore, ask'j?! tin.? police authorities ? of this city to help find her son Cas? car, who she says sent her his cloth? ing and gold watch, accompanied by a note in which he wrote that by the time ?he received the things he wouli be a suicide. The ofrVials found the plar-e where the son had been living and 'earned that his wife was alck in ? hospital. She ?o'ild not tell why her husband hau ?rittOT the note. The i man has not been local Six $30 Hens Loot sf a Hungry Thief. ? wich. Conn., Ik?c ?'">. ? Six fun?, y hens for whit h C. A. Moore, of this place, paid $3?) each at the poul? try" show here, were stole n from his farm twelve hours after he took them home Sheriff Rltch followed foot? prints from the M?30fw h?'iiri'ry to John ?' ?a nearby, and there he found the six hens killed and plucked. \ iie fed his chickens corn. ng the sheriff's question as to feed Th? hens' crops were full of wheat, and Volgese was arrest"d. Blown to Pieces Celebrating. Or? < nsburg. Fa. Dec. 26. ? Paul Card, employed at th? IXircthy works. near Latrobe, was blown to atoms while celebrating the advent of Christ? mas. He ran a wir?1 from a telephone bat*cry In a foreign boarding house to some dynamite in a can. The explo? sive was prematurely s?t off. Town's First Baby In Ten Years Born Winsted, Conn.. Dec. ?6.?Bakers field, a village near this city, Is re? joicing ove? the birth of a baby there, the first to arrive in ten years. The child, a boy, arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Snyd? r. Residents of the town are flocking to Snyder's home to see the baby. John Mitchell Still Improving. Indianapolis. Dec. 26.?The condi? tion of -John Mitchell, president of the United Mine Workers of America, Is Improving, but he Is still weak and ? unable to leave his room. Frisco Rebuilding Marvelously Fast Washington, Dec. 26. ? Prosecutor Francis J. Heney, of San Francisco, who is here, said that San Francisco is rebuilding marvelously fast and that money Is much easier there than people In the east are aware of. The Man With Tact Casual Caller (to one next him)?1 was lntroduc-ed to that squint eyed, red haired woman over there as Mrs. Somebody or other. Don't you think the man was nn Idiot that married her? Next One (meekly)?I can't Just say. I'm the man.?Baltimore American. The Sequel. * "Funny thing about Dubley. lie said be needed a little whisky because he was run down." "Well, wasn't he ruh down?" "I don't know about that, but I do know he was run In."?Catholic Stand? ard and Times. Suited His Temper. "Tou seem to find that book very In? teresting," said Mrs. Ilenpeck. "Yea," replied Henry; "It's delight? ful. I've glanced nt the ending, and the hero and heroine don't get married after all."?Wanblngton Herald. HE SAW THE SIGN. Cause of th? Smashup aa Told by th? Old Darky Driver. The old darky was suing the railroad company for damages. The man con? tended that, not being warned by whis? tle or engine bell, be had started to drive bis rig -across the company's track when a shunted box car of said company crashed Into his outfit, caus? ing the death of the horse, loss of the wagon and minor injuries to himself, after the prosecution had closed its side of the case the company's lawyer called the old darky to the stand and went at him. "Mr. Lamson," be began, "your rig was struck by the box car In full day? light, was it not/" "I fink dar was some clouds ovahead, auh," answered the caviling witness. "Never mind the clouds! And only a few days before this accident the railroad company bad put a new sign at that cross in-v "Dar was a sign dar; yaas, ?_!" "And didn't that sign ?ay: 'Stop! Look! Listen?'" "Now, dar am de whole accusation nb de trouble!" declared the darky, with animation. "If dat 'Stop' sign hsdn't rauc-ht dis cMi?' of me water uuu?J..a_aTi and Embalm?**-? No. 719 Main St., Freder icb-burg, Va. 'Phone 98. AoroM from Exchange Hotel and next to Western Unioo office. Telegraph and telephone orders receive prompt atten? tion. Open day and night Crown and Bri-dge Work a Speekalty. IifTj? toneti Klag? l .'? mm* f\mi_ .^..w.l?. ?"- - ."..... - Southern Railway N. B.? Volli.wlua; a.-!??.!..? fls.irra ?..?.t.Msbsd as iDformatlon. ami ars not S'i?rant>??.l. ? ?lb, lsOT. Tra?as I.-itu Washloa-toii from N?-w i:d1?.d MkU.iB ?Ca. m. I?aily--l.i?<-al (or Warrant til)., an.; ?a/ station?. . loi lltrr ' ...Siiri?. Va. ?.00a. m. I'?ll> - l i,ii?l status Kaat Mall. Flrst-flana i oath?, s-.tl ilranlu?: room ?il..[>.r to <oliiiul.u?.iln..an.| S??w OrssttBS. IHi.Ii.k "*sf Ht Tl.?. 11.?? a. m. daily?Wa.liliinti.ii au?l Klurl.la Uu.it.?!. ThroiiKti SOsatssta auii sk>*i>.r t.. ... ?atannah sn.l 'arVs.in.IIU?. Ulnlhg car ???rvlot?. W*.k Days?!.. <-al (or Harri...n?>ur?i and ws/ stations oil Manas??. Branch. 4 V. p in l??il>--I.iH'al (or Warrvnton sn.l CbartottasrUls. t.U p. ui Daily s.-w tots ?'1 All?.ntah< ?i* -In.? BOB. n in Aiiaiila I ?.WiiJnj? Wsdsssdays, I'rfilaja. ?iuniM't Ko.it. Tuurt.t risspsr, Waablnajtun to Han Krane!?.'.'. ?vi 1,1. in |ial!.T-N>w York ami Auarti.ta Et irssa. I'lm class coach an.I ?laspsr to ColBav ?la. AIIsb anil Ausssta. IM.-.liis car a la cart*. lilil?, in. l'allj ?New York anil Vl.ui|iti'a Uiultrd (Tla I./nrbliiirKi ? First rlas. roach anil ?aBsptag ibs, Kilon ill?, rimiti? rnilnarhaoi a?.I MsaphlSj slM?prr to Nss 0 lisant I'iniii? . ar s?TTl.'.. 11. *0 p. m liailjr-.S'o? York ami Now ?irlcans lrnit.4 All 1'nllii.aii train?, clul. ?ad ?bsSTTS? tlou car. to Ham uric.? Ashvll!??. Atlanta. Birmingham. New Mr1 .ant. I>lnln?-i'?r ??rtlc - saBT? 11!. hin..mI f..r tba Sotitb as (ol 'ows: l'aily. 7 a. m . 111.', a. in., 11 SO p. in., w*. da/a t p. m., mak.s loaimtton. at Hantlll? (o ail point? S'.ntli 1'ullman sBBttaw. I r?' ... am?. Itlrhm.ni.l la? j. in.. 4 10 p m.. au.1 S.W .. m. ?Jail?. 8.4.1 a. in. ?fk ?la/a. train, (rum Ui. South arii?. Waah inat'in ;ut ts..t.4S a. m.. ?..? a, in . iatXj; I M ;. in.. II. IV. p in . ami Hin i. in., .lallj haaTnaoBl w?.k ?ta?s ami t .'" m. ?lall>. Kroui ? l.arl.'it.'trlll.. ?.10 a. in. an.I ?.'..1 m. m I'll ki-t?. slespltiK-rar naarTstlost, and il.tall-.l alormatloa can t>* bad at tickst .."*'?. "A ISth lt., 611 l'a. at. and N.w Cal n Mation. Hasira??? ?hwtaj Ihrough (rom boCla and r?. Loess, flat. s*r.lc? I II A. Kl.lir. Y I' ami .;.n Was. H M IM II I'?. I' K l'as? I r.ffli' Uarr ? H, 1 tYI nl?. Usa, i'aaa. Assnt I. H HR.'WN .Hr.r ,? A?-.nt ?? tiMirt?? l> i' WE SEND An Autumn Greeting To all our Patrons an?i Friends, and with it at? in? vitation to com?1 ?and see tin handsome new Footwear we have provided for the com? ing .?aeons. We certainly want to ?supply the Fall and Winter Footwear wants of all our old Patrons, an?] we trust that we shall also havf the pleasure of serving many new custo? mers, as this ?stole in here to ?supply everybody with Shoes For Comfort and Health. If your feet are tender or hard to tit with shoes by all means give as a trial in fit ting them. Wallace & Co. The Shoemen Engine and Saw Mill BARGAINS 80-H. P. Portable Knj*!ne?. 1 s. H 1 10- " 2 \2- " " " 1 r, " Plain 1 15" " 1 '20. " Vertical Boiler. l No 8Mmb Saw Mill 1 No. 1 DelrMd] " " 1 No, 1 QtiMf " " I No. <? Prick 1 Pobj Bowarlas? " " 1 Lath Mill himI Bolter. 1 H.oivv Cutofl Su?. l s?if-f.*(i Boltwaad RUt Mill. Saw Titl?l.?H, Saw Mandrils, Sawa anil Mill Su[)|?li?'??. FRANK K. TYLER. Hull M tin St., l"r.?<luri(kel)urf-. Va. 1 CARRY THE I.AROEHT ANO MOST f'Obl FLETE HTOCK OK Budding Material Id friwlerloksbarg. sit biildingi, not In 0 ailing sheds, all fall 1 earry in ttosi lre?.Wl N. C. and Qeurgia pin<\ flooring, jelling, partition, osv-ingt and board? an/ 1 ngtb. aImi gash, dtxir?, blinda, mooM Inga, mantlfs*. <v)lnma? bracketi, balat ^rs and ?.verythln? for Interior and at? dor finlab. Laths, Una, plMter, oeneri and hair .paijjt?. ? 'l*. glasA, fire clay, tew.? pip?*, builder*' bai.i wax. and saw-mill W| plies. Proupeot?T? linTi?r? ah?i >intntrtO" will do well to examine my ?toek and GET HEY PRICES batore baying. Correapondenc. tollottad. O. D? FOSTER NATI054L eoUTSVAHi WHITNER & SACREV and nalr.pa. re. ! yer ana maae niB win. pipe, builders' hardware and taw-min lup pile?. Prosp?setIve buyers and ?x>ntra?ttor> will do wall to ?examine my stock and GET mV PRICES bat ore buying. Corrnpond?nee lollcJUd. O. D. FOSTER HATlONAI? RO?T.RVARD ri^ -.. ._???_?_saa& I'SS "Polk Miller's I UverPilk''__-l | n?>s??si?*?^a?ia??*?f>Miw^fiis|t?T)kwsi _ ^mmimwmwammmwm%w?A^ CHRISTMAS DOINGS ilow the Day Was Celebrated Ashore and Afloat. KERRY-MAKING AND TRAGEDY ?iolid.-.y Spiiit Pervaded American Fleet at Port of Spue -Plenty of Cheer In New York?Crimes Repo? t ed From Various Localities. 1 ??:t i.i Bpain 1'? ? ? ? holiday spirit ; ; m || ??I Hi?' Pi urlli ol Julj Iban thai ? I tin IS th? u? i, h.i'l known lu ? ni 1er i rations there were t) and ?vh.ath? of hully and I'vi'iiiri'i'iiH swinging, that bad bean brought alt'iit; to knap alive the re membrane?? of the day And ibar? liMii- 1" ; ill U ? it>r the officers and turkey and other good things for llie mili. It \?a.? DO) given to tlir men id the lorpeduh'i.it Botllla i? spend Christ mas ashore, i?>r with flags lying ami tho flrlnj; of a salute t?- Admiral |i itlng mi the main truck of the bat? ?I they ! away to Part I it lln?l r.u accident hnp| ineJ to two i?i tii?- nu:.. ? | wonld Im?,' i i ou Friday, but al ata ware ol nature, it ??a:? deemed better to Maka the r.pairs at this ?jort tmai day not less than ? : ttic blueja? allowed on shore, and th?? lato the spirit of m? rrymaklag with the towns p? dpi?', whose geniality and hospitality .mis. This b? sntiful Spanish town il looklag Its best, ami Christaias with its warm sunFtiin." was greatly enllrenad by the thousamls of nnlformad visitor?: who of the day or gaothar pa rad? ,1 II ?? thoroughfares. The feature of th was a regatta, lu which many of the iiattle ships had crews. Than w.-re plenty Of ?xcltlng Hal she? sad entbuataaa. ran ..l Kvans with his staff ' " petltore from his launch, and Mg of vantage Christmas Cheer In New York. N'. .?. i. r? : here was no spirit c: ?? rk thl* ; IS day. From the linuix lo ?M ltatteiy an.l ?>v? r into ??Brooklyn thara Jna that must hhve sat- i il. and th? hai! n?? tlfully ho had i 0 spare. Those In a posi- , tiiin to know, sa? that n?v. r ? ?mad or so i; " made h:i, gratuities. Th- Salvationists. V( lui tecrs. V. M I o'hpr pobltc an I privat? huma: organ IiI ^ u r r 1 *- iri it to lifl? of nnJ hrin'iit . thrown In. The ? .ore than I who a; a prison at" furiil-hed ?Addition :.,"mher of est b i ng the prl'?ii? rs ;iri ' she Is known as "The Little McHher." il the ?penal h r al "home." Unn< rs m re Its way info the Tomb?, Where Harry Thaw (urntsbi ' I .-.eepers, handkerchiefs for the matrons and I prisoners. The streets at a hundred points wer. bl stock? of mllli!. n away and 1,1 t theii minds In franne ?'?Torts to keep*the blissfully In . of streetcars and ''illes. Mtlmatad that during the Christmas riijii there bav? !>? n 8, ,t Of the city by mail an.i figures are, of nur -, unohlainahle, but these flgur's baaed i n ? mad? at the postofBce ai??l I approximate!] ? or rect. The \ alue of the p hy the axpn i, where the values were given. Is sal 1 tn be about $7.40" Candy and Fruit For Poor Children. ??Harrisburg, Pa. i>? c M, -T:. :y and fruit to the poor eblldren ?if Harria? bur,; was made at the ? xi ? utivr- m.-in sii ii. TI Lion was B the affk " : I ? itiv? da ? win, spent the day in I'nila Featt Fer Mexico's Poor. Fot the Ars: D UM Li luv ?if this rnpitol <? 1 by a Rroat dinner to ti?> i or. The ?lay was an ideal one A4 i.f th eliy's poor W? ..trance of the Tivoli EI] " ? f.ast was to be Riven f<'ir boon later. W Kates were thrown oyaa the hundreds of table?. w.?r<- nil.:l in less than ten minutes. Two military bands and iirchsstrns were distributed about the Immense (rnr.'.-n aril playad .!?? i.'ior a;.-. ', <\ mor l.anaja y IF TOD WANT PUIE IQOBS-.. Call ?n* im air? J. T. Usnros lisfor. ba/laf. I sill mansion s t.? of ta/ I.randa Psr aall.a Old K.Dtnck/ T./lor. R/* Whliksy_I? tt Royal Yeltat, Ky. Wblnks/_I M Borksaltsr Whisk./._i M OI<1 J?"?r?r.n County K.Qtuck/ R/s_L I ?? .)l.nmi>r..Jlya Whisks/___ I M Indian Hin Whlsk.r._IM Cbsrok?. Hprlnss Whlska/_IN K.ntnrtj Rr. ?A hist./_t "? ai>i>l. Wood Whiskey_I M sfarshsll. R/a Whisks/_I M Cbaa-tsr. R/t Whitk./_ 1 TI ? isaistor. B/t Wkltt./_1 If _?s. i p. ttitm^ Or. il. M. Eckenrode dentist ?)ftl??s?o.sr Ooolrlek'i brag l?m-s?0 V?.!n ?"??Kit W. B. EMBREY Lt?aeaesaor to Embrey ?>, Herryman J Dealer In Railroad Cro ?* Ties, Cedar Most.? So?kes and dooua rieet? U?~ -* ??- " tia?itp. Fenns. i?anra a M.^?.1 ??*?? *?<.*>? Omee HU? arrlv? Klchmond *.5? p. m., 4.10 p. m., icksbnrg, Vi? p. n. dally, 8?K) a. m. tnk ?lay? 11_- ??_\1. rv, Tbron?jrb train? from th? South ?arrive I? ****? *JP lajfttiB 7.?6 a. m.. 1.-16 ?a. m., I.ta a, m., dal p. ?a., 8.45 p. m? ll.*? p.m., and 11.40p. ml _--a> HarrtaoBbarR 12.25 p. m w??k da/i and I J^aa ai.dail/. From ?.'harlottsavuis. 8.10 a. m *??* Ticket*. il**plr.?7-ear reservation?, an? <1*f^t|||7<f>FC atormatlna can Im had at tlcktt offle*. " *4 IlllaUVl 3 lt.. Ill Pa. svt and N?w t'nlnn Htt Rsfiras-t r|iark?M Ihrtiogh from hoktl? an?! laacas. 0?b mi?? to?. SUltS C. H. ACKKRT, V. P. and Oen. nBa?'--?uo S. H HA ROW ICK, Pass. Traffle Mi,I nn W. H. TATLO?, Osa. Pass. AgMtT* w" I BRO, IVA. Bad Symptome. The woman who has periodical head? i i.ackarhn, teca Imaginary dark ' ?pota or st. ks flouting or dancing before , lutytTnawlng distress or heavy i full feeling Uytomach, faint ?|iells, drag? ' glng-dow nAe?lIng In lower abdominal or ; pelvic rejj-fon. easily startled or excited, Irregulitror painful periods, with or with? out rid vie catarrh. Is suffering from weaknff^'aaniyWiuigetnenu that should Hon. Not all of above L-ly to be present in any badly treated and such into maladies which dm surgeon's knife It they do not ?u-r yfm-iil.'lne extant has such a long ?Jill llll,"Cf'"ll,V reeonl TTTcnreS In "'ic"[ ???j-a as Dr. Fierce', i ?write ITearri? tioiL. . >.? in.-do.Tnc La-i tuen a ?In.iu* ? 1 liii/rsrtl.nU.-iwirlh more Ihr- - r|,(Ternary noli-nfgffy.inl woman's peculiar ailments enter Into Its comiK.iltion. No alcohol, harmful, or haMi-formlng drug is to be found in the pal of its Ingredients printed on each "rapper and attested under oeth. In any condition of the female system, I>r. Pierces Favorite Prescription can do only ir.??1?never harm. Its whole effect Is to strengthen. Invigorate and regulate the whole female system and esp-M-tally tbepelvle organs. When these are de? ranged In function or affected by disease, the stomach and other organs of digestion become sympathetically deranged, the nerves aro weakened, and a long list, of bad, unpleasant symptoms follow. Too much must not be expected of this "Fa? vorite Proscription." It will not perform miracle?: will not euro tumors?no me?i Iclne will. Itu-iH often proi-uf them. If t.ik.-n In time, and thus the operating , table and the turgeou'i kulfu may be avoided. Women suffering from diseases of long ' standing, on? Invited to oonaoll Pierce by letter, free. Ail correspondence Is held a? ?trieilf privat? and la?redly confidential. Addreas l)r. It. V. Piaron, V V. Dr. ?erce'aMedical Adviser U00Opages) ! Is s-nt tr,-e on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps for "aaper-?*OVered, or .11 stamp* ' for cloth-bound copy. Address as above. . . wen bung, i of tho .?inner was tiv. n a toy, CHRISTMAS TRAGEDIES Harry Morrell Ehot Dead After Quar? rel While Trimming a Tree. Harry Mor ivli. ol Turkey Run, a .?mall mining ? i.i mat ?not and kill? I while trimming n ciu in bia morning by Fred Taylor had lorrell'a hunn?. but ? r a quarrel il?- ?i ni i,, nie, at i ordlni t.. the Infor? mation se. nred by the nutbotitlee, and ig ? ritte, returned to Mor? .: : rna trimming a ? blldrea a lamp in btl hand Taylor, i through the win dow. kiilinK Morrell Taylor I the bhootint; and hat Mtt haan Cm? lured though a searching party was hunt for him. Harry Morrell. of Turkey Run. was ?hot an 1 killed while he was shot and killed bare bj Frank (ash mere, fallowing a trivial quarrel at the \sho was a lined be : a tur I ? > fir lb? CbrtotttM dinner Co leaih, accordlag ti ? arose from the table in ??. rage, m |g of the room and M with which he shot at Cash ..irse of shot went wide, on-i Coahaere led upstairs, wl i own gun Ab Cotea.h was mounting the fh?MM ??hot him The cha ??.iriii*; an immense hole and musing death In a short time Illicit to the . .ties Spent Christmas Day In Man Hunt. .. Ark DM M Farm era and planters In the neighborhood I ?'onway. In Faulkner raw ? hrlstrnas day in a hunt for Jim Hall, who Is alleged ? ?hot and killed Mrs Kmtna Hearness an d ber eight-year-old aoa ?>n (Thlistmaa ate. The man Is said to be heavily arme! and a <1> fleht Hall U charge I with having gone id the BeojrBOM house on the It? s? plantation and ae Mrs. H?arnegs of throwing scalding water on his hound. As the frightened woman attemp'e.l to flee Into the house th<- man Is alleged to ha.?- tir. i three sbota Into her body, killing her instantly Her little boy, struck dead, by one of the bullets, fell dead across her body. Shot and Killed His Wife. Hyde Park, ."..-- Doe. 2?. ? Dr. ,>?.. of Mllford, shot and instantly killed his wife Anna, a teacher of mu.?:i In Uoanoke college, Danville, Va., a? tho family were to sit down to their Christmas dinner at tho home of Mrs. Aines . r Afi.-r his arrest Dr. Ame8bury d< ?dared that the shooting was accidental. He would not make any further sta'.cment. 8i'icide Among Merry-Makers. Sl lx)ui?, Dec. 26.?Od a crowded c.rner and in the midst of a merry party of students celebrating Christmas day, Tennis Hornlsh. de? serted by his wire, and ?loubly miser? able at the sight of the joy around him, quieted the merry-makers by end? ing bis life with carbolic a? Id. Fatal Fall While Hiding Preaenta. M JMkaoa stitley, a well-known rani '? al of West RHsa bath, near kart, while stealthily trying to escape the eyes of the younger member** of the tamily and bide the ?Christmas pr?tants, tmli down a pair of stairs and broke bis ass k. Christmas Carousal Starts Feud. .in, k;\. Dae, Ms?As a result of a Christmas carousal in the pound Gap section, Morgan Hughes shot and fatally woundei! Wnshlngton Pottey. It Is said that both of the men's factions are analag th< rnnttraa In consequence. President Goes to Pine Knot, Va. Washington, Dec. I'll. ?? l'? Roosevelt left for Pine Knot, Va, over the Southern railroad. He Is atcom panled by Mrs. Roosevelt anl'Theo? dore Roosevelt. Jr.. ami v./it remain at the cottage until nPxt.?uesAy, de? voting much of his n>i? to horseback riding In the Virola hills. Ho will be back In VViSninston In time for the New Yrata day reception at the White Hox-e. Dutch Cabinet Resigns. The Hague, Dec. 26.?The Dutoh calir? t, or council of ministers, -com prosing nine members, by whom the excMitivc authority of the government Is administered, presented Its resigna tlnn. It is thought that the dissolu? tion of aarHamani is likely to follow. The resignation of the cabinet is due ? f the army estimates In the second chamber of parlliment. Thaw's Lawyer III. New York. Dec. 21-Dafflel O'Reilly, personal counsel to Harry K. Thaw, Is at a private sanitarium suffering from pneumonia which followed a general weakened physical condition. The physicians In attendance said that the patient was In no imm?diat? danger and that his chances of ultimate re? covery were ?scellent. Thaw's second trial is to be called on Jan. S. ITALIANS SENT TO JAIL ?seventeen Black Hand M?mb<*rs Sen? tenced at Pittsburg. PllUbarg Dm, N. TM seventeen Uallans arrested, all<sged to b bers of the Black Hand society, were given hearing? before Magistrate Brady and Stat? < ed to the woiklmii.?.? (or fiom thirty to ninety 'lays or fined imooata rangiu* from $10 to 1100 i ich. The men were surprised In a so iall',1 Italian club in an ntl'-y base i,,? m a -;?'.'r?'t iiiuii"! laadl from the an till on tVobttat avenue, the police liad l??aiiieil of this and ? it ?guardad What th? iir?it ofil (era enten?d a number of mysterious signs ??? ad liy the inmate?, aud for a short tlm? thtrt was a show tame Hut the appearance of ll?ctmtn with drawn revolvers quickly ?mied this From the men ar? rested all manner of vicious weap? ons were secured, including many hit inns ami stilettos. Police o(!lc.?r.? are confld-nt tht club was the meet? ing place of Black Hand outlaws. DIED RICH IN POORHOUSr Supposed Pauper Leaves Secret of | Fortune it Nearly $30,000 Worcaater, Ma-"? Da? M When Ihe authorities of th?! Worcestur po???" farm wrapped up the clothing pre ?? burning It, of Fergus hatrv. ? <'iv iI Wir veteran, who :ti?.'?l II. the poorhowa th?y mtt the sur? prise of their lives. A rustling "f the coat led to the imethlng hail (ven sewed' lr th? lining. an?l tt was ripped open. coal and vest and trouaan were foun?l n n-lon ? hei In from tu? government amounting to * nrdlng to a cousin and?*aT)ly h?dr m the man, ho ha?l $28. im ? on ?I? pn.it in a Boston bank, own ? I n i ? Ital worth $00.')')') In Bo V r, an,I thr.i farms tn Maine The city will sue for maintaining Barry for th? last ten years. CHINESE WOMAN FELL DEAD Her Sudden Death Caused Panic Among Chinamen. PItlsbiirK, Dec. lit??Sang Foon Wah. agel thirty niue years, the only Chi nese woman In Pittaburg. dropped lead In the home of her cousin bore. It is thought ?he bad Indulged exces in opium, which affected her '?..!? H?t sii'Iden death was followed by a panic among s'-veral Chinamen. who were acate?) In th?: room at the time A phy ?I? Ian was called In. but arhaa b? aakad the Chinese to assist him In raising the dead body, the? I being larrofisod by what thty eonaidarad a visitation from Joss, their god. Would Toss Coin ?*? ? ?- ???s'te. Port Jarrla, K. Y l)..-c. *?<.. ? Mrs. William II Lent and Mrs. John F Cross gave birth to babies at the same the Dttl Park sanitarium a? this place on Monday night, and th* got the new-connTS mix?"! Cross, who Is a music teacher, an?! I.'m an Brie railway eon lad ir, t ai m tota a <ein to determine which was whi'h. II?it ?he atteu'llng physician settled the question He liad noticed a little mol'' ?>n the '.'piss Infant. Lost Ring Results In Clean Street, Philadelphia, ??Dae II fot the first time In the memory of living man Phll.i'h'lphla's streets are ?lean, and all because John Vlrdln, ? chlef of the bureau of highway?, lot. his t.'?O diamon?) ring on Friday, the thiricnth. Vir?lin issued an order to the whit? wings: Seruh th? streets and keep on scrubbing until the ring is ' 1'inl. For more than a w?ek the ?? rubbing has been going in. The ring wai foun'l !? 'he office. ??9,327 Marriages In Penna. 'n 1907. Harrlsb'irg. I'v.. Dtc ??6 ?Records of the state health department show that ?9.327 marriages were performed 'n Pennsylvania during 'he rear 1906. Th? n'imher of ?inmarrled males of rr.arrlag able ?ge tn this state during that period was approximately 937, ??30 During the same Mme there were 733.315 ?inmarrled females of mar? riageable age. Drowned In His Diving Suit. Ottawa. Dec. 26 ?D. J Hamilton, a diver at work at Fort William. On? tario, was engaged on 'he Q, T. P bridge at West Fort, near Fort Wil? liam and was many feet below th? surface. His diving dress hurst In some way and he was drowned. NUGGETS OF NEWS Four masked and armed men held up a Chicago saloon, escaped with $4i)0 in cash, eight gold watches and t'jtir revolvers Calling loudly for a doctor, C. B Woods, a Philadelphia traveling sales man for a brick firm, expired of Peart disease to a hotel at Wilkis-Iiarre, Pa Two people were burnra to death and a third was fatally hurt In a Are which destroyed the general store and apartment bouse of J. B. Currier, at North Dover, O. H H. Moore of Lancaster, Pa? has fifty acres of tobacco ready for buy era' Inspection and expects to realize $10,000 for the tobacco, or $200 an acre?about the price of the land. The two children of Mrs. Anna Bradley, who killed Senator Brown, of L'fah, have begun suit at Salt Lake City to break Brown'a will, on the ground that he was their father and they are entitled to share In his $30, 000 ostate. . State of Ohio, City of Toledo. Loca? County. 88. Frank J. Chenney make? oath that hs is senior partner of the Arm of F. J Chenney k Co., doing busts*? in tbsClty of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, ami that firm will pay the sum of ONE riUNDRED DOLLARSforiacband every cane of ?Catarrh that cannot be cured br the use of Hall's Catarh Cure. FRANK J. CHENNEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, thin 6th day of D-ecem-ber, A. D. 1886. A. W. 0LEA8ON, (At ai, ) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and act? directly on th? blood and mucous surf??*? of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENNEY k CO., Toledo, O. Sold bv all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall'a Family Pilla for constipa? tion. John F. Scott. H ARDWAKE A?D HARDWAR? gPBOIAXTIaU Main 8t,, one door below OLas. Wal laeeftBro. Fall line of i General Hardware. Barb Wire, (inna, Pistols, Rasors. I Knives, etc., will be sold at reduoed priera to suit the times, Money eae be saved by pnrehaalng at fteott'? R?PANS. There Is searoely any wndltlon of ill health that is not benefited by the oemeional ora of a RIPAN8 Tabule. for sale by draggiste. The Five ?mmaet ta enough for an ordl erarinta. The family bottle, * <?^Ulu a ?apply for a y**ar. "V Mothers will you Risk it Your child's lif. i our child s lif.? is ,1,-nr to you , A b?tiiVof t , ,?? ??I U.?.N rRhagairul anvthiuir where Won i ton, ?f ,??s ... I'm?un.,,not?one good rubbing with i' sir'i ?*?aJ ? ? i.li-f. Ill V IT TO DA . druggist?, ?i?, and Ou cut? XirmaWtttftneaaajaapyt ?,,,. _ ??3 Guarantee All of our LIQUORS :!'1' j-cuaranteed under the |,,l!l' '?'''" ?I Law, and if ;.on ure ;l i?dge o! pure liquors you uiii agrr? with 01 thai our g< o(1m aro superior to "tin ;>. WHISKIES. (tolden Bta. Choice Hye. Bell? of Virginia. Apple BloMOiu. Iilue Ribbon. Farmers' Dellgbt Rye. Kentucky iiinsv Rye (while) Kentucky dub Rye. Kin? ol Kentucky Rye. (Jolonei Kentucky Rye. i lue Leader Kentuck Noil l? (Carolina ? urn.,.. Kentucky Bland . Pride ol K-iitucky Rye. Hudson's ranada R ? Emory ffrors.,. Ruckwalter Rye. Fltlhliyrli I.e.- live. I. W. Harper Elys. J.i... E Pepper R* ? . Kentucky Taylor Rye. BRANDIES. SI ii.nl. 11.2 I 1.80 1.50 1.75 1.00 Apple Brandy, I y.,, *;.[.!>? Brand P? m.'Ii Brand*. Ulm kli.-rr \ Brand* it ackb-ei i v Brand ? ??r i ?? 1 |2.00 t no GINS. finen Oln. Juniper Bin. Palm tun. Kidney Oln, for bladder or uri? nary troubles. Holland liin. . ??.(JO a oo 2 (Ml 2.00 2.00 2.0? 8.00 3.00 8 00 I 00 I oo I I I,mink. RUM3. I Rum fi?-.l;. .. _rli.ii.I Ruin (w In:.-;. ... limn. WINES PS line.. . ? ?Jberry. ' ? '. I Private Port. ?.00 3.00 ::.tj<> i so 2.m? 8.1 0 8.00 : M I Ry?,..... -l DO . 4 j(j Kimme!. 2 Ou 4.U0 We Hare Exclusive Control <>f "Hudson's Canada Rye" Mail Orders promptly filled nod ?hipnuntja mado name day. Strasburger & Son The K' Il ible Uqi h ireo Hoo* 215 217 loth stn.t i iii :i>i : Kl* K i'.i r;. ; va C03VCIIsrt3-1 Christmas is coming. The Holiday Stocfc at Adams' Book Store is all in place and early buying secures the best things. The line is very strong in low priced Novelties. TOYS on Second and Third Floors. Unusually large line Doll Carriages and Go-Carts. Don't miss seeing the display V i Rawlings & Son. Junt receiv.*.! iiuothfr car of the < ? l?lirut?<l Piedmont One and Two-Horse Wagons. Grain Drills, Disc and Smoothing Harrows, the Majestic Washing Machines Also Winter Seed Oat?, Seed Rye, Timothy Seed, Clover Seed, Orchard (ira-t? Seed. A nice line of GROCERIES, in fact anything needed by the farmer and lloueekeeper. RAWLINGS & SON. I Maryland, Delaware and Virginia Railway Rappahannock River Line. Schedule in Bffeet Sept H, 1907. BALTIMORE T.\PPAHANNO< K FBEDCRI,XSM KG ?Leare Baltimore, Pl.?r 2, Laafht Mrwt, weather riermiftmj-. Tu'-sday aud Fri .day 4:30 p. ra., for Westhtnd.:North End,MidCreek, ?A nit? Stone, irvlngton,W?MM, 'tfiilenbeck, MVr'rv Point, Ottoman, Moran, Kurhan 'Barton,Urbana*, Mona*k?>u, ! Water View, W heal ton. Bay ?Port, ?Sharp, Bowler. Ware, ?Milord, Tnppaha?Ol k, Naylora Bob, Warn! rMd, i art.r. Lay ton. I/eedstown, Saunders, Wllmott, Grass",. i?w Port Rural Port Cuiway, Hav M. unt, Hoj: Yu'd. i. . ?I,?irg *Al'.TIMORB IAxIMOCEL ?Leave Baltimore. Pier 2. ?.It-ht *tre.?r, w.-itther [?eruilttin?'. tv ????.,.y 12 in.on,^ Tedaee?atS 4u90 p m tor Wwtland, 'North End, Mil" ?'re?-?. 3 tjrtoaa, 'Waaaaa, Ltarhaa, ?l.rbituua, Muiiarkon. *Wh?alt?>M. Wau-rVl??"-, 'sharp, w? Ington ?Tappabannock Special Not??Wednesday s lOatoer will o.-ily m -pat w barr? - * . FRKl)ERU'K.s?PU?i "iK?*,>r l?a>ve Frert-rleksbur? V a. ni., Tuesday and Frldaj. tide and we? tin?. Stoppln? at all polata oa riftr exempt Baj Potand Wmtian.l. >i? I trip and Merry Point, t>ti.>man's mid Horaa's on F IteturiilM? ?tert'licr ?ill lettV.? Norf.ilk ? ... m U'.. lie?-' . permitting, rtoplngat ail point* on Tivur. ajtit Urkkslmr? Monday( \ and Thursday afternoon. Fare |1 50 each way, meal* and ?tota* roo? extra. FRKDERICKSBlIRO ? TAPPAHA.N.MM K BA1.T1MOK? Leave Fredorlcksburjr Monday and Thtuwdaj 2:<M) p m.. ill- and s*eatbsr permitting, lor Ratcliffe, Bop Yard, Hay Mount, Port ( ?nvm al,Oret?n imn, Wllmont, Saundeni, Ls-edstown 4 a m., lAVtmi, I arter, Bland field, Navjrlor'a j^^ ? Hols 6:30 a. m.,Tappahanno?k 7:80 a m.,Wrllford,Ware,Bowler,r:barp??:80a m.,"" Bay Port, Whealtou, Wmhst Vi.?w. Monaskoii, Urbanna 18*) p. tn , 'i5u?hanr,??*, Millenl?eck, llsrry Point 2:.'i<) r ?n.. (?tton.an. Moran, W-t-rns. Irvlngton. U hit Stone, Mill Creek, Korth End 5.-.H0 p. m., Westi.-t il. Arrive, Baltimon?, Wednesday and Haturday m?)rn.!nge TAPPAHANNOCK ? BAI Loare Tappahannock, w?ather p...m!ttl-rg, 7:80 a n>., Moaday, ? and Thursday, ?toppln?" ?tt W. Ilford. Ware, Bowl.r, Sharp. rV'hen't i "Vasto* View, Monaekon, ?Irlianna, 'Burton. Burhan, Mlllenbs?:k, Ween? i inuton. Whit? Stone, Mill Crest. North End. 'Weetlaud IMondayi only. *??, eor.?*edays only. Arrirlng Baltimore Tussday, Thursday and Friday m?Otmmtajt Freight received at Baltimore until 4 p. m. on sailing days. W. D. Scott, Agent, Fredericksburt-, Va. WILLABI) THOMSON. Oen. M au. T. MURDOCH. Qeti I Paat. Airt Baltimore, Sept. T, 11)07. in,1**'' - I lake of ttjoiir Hat t?TITc finwV: BtsiRWonr-ARi.?.' Force and Lift HAND AND POWER PUMPS Myers Stayon Door Hanger-s. K WRITE FOR PRICES. John C. Willis <& Son? :-.;i AUG. DANNEHL, Mf]r. HY. OANNEBL CO., Dannehl^J WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS. Worn 137, ft*. PriMW Anna awl Prsumia fiat.i OAFS It r_4 , ?ana uanai burent?*, s?<?? *tt*p