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?REAT DISSOLUTION SALE
Thto ?-fji b* %h? grambaet ?aie of dwirable merchandise ever offered the people of ib i? comoiuni.v. Tb? firm of U. Frank Timberlake?* Co., bj mutual cot-??nt,wlll have a diaeolut?on of partnrahip Feb oary 1, 1908, O Frank Timtxrlake.bavinfr theentire interest of the r-ompanv. We bar? a large sto k which we want to convert into caah by that time. In order to do this v? inaugurat.? thl? month one of the Greatajat Slaughter Sale? ever taknig place in this ama tton. Our whole entire stock will be included in this sale. This ??ill be a fair and ?jquare sale in every respect, so yon can spend your money freely and with confidence, as every purchase made win be at a great saving to you. This important sale Begins Thursday, January 2, 1908, and will continue on through the month. This will be strictly a 8P0T CASH BALK N?? goods cl-irged during the sale, so bring a full pocket book or your check book Send for Descriptive Circulars. G. Frank Timberlake & Co., The Popular Dry Goods House l?rwket Coi-s?t. FKTrnprKirKJfHl'KO. TA. ? A Wilson Heater - Will Save 40 Per Cent? Of Your Fuel Bill ? - - The celebrated Hot-Blast Down-Draft creates perfect combustion, the gases and fumes (40 per cent, of the heating power of wood), ordinarily escapingunburned up ?.he chimney in other stoves, are all consumed and turned into heat in the WILSON. The Wilson is the only heater in the world, which actually burns all of the fuel put into it. The WILSON is air-tight. heat can be regulated to any degree, and will hold a fire for 36 hours. What vou save on fuel will pav for a WILSON HEATER in one season. Burns Wood FOB SALE BT GEO. W. HEFLIN. Frederick sburg, Va. RICHARDSON'S ALMANAC For 1908 is Ready Wholesale and Retail at Adams' Book Store REMEMBER THAI HARRY V. COX, I? in t-uaineM at L, L Lajtoa - ?? S!r>--t. ami if joe will I'tmi.' uii'l ?,? kin km . yets a H ??? ?m again. He has the liet-t <>f Cook? nu?l tarree ? lainty Lanches al louent??, a?ila flrat claas Meal at 2~> cents. He-MtheOntaA Ojetera ami w_B fill ufJaia) proaaptly by pint, quart anil gallon to any part ?>f i -it v t?r aortoamiiag . ?inti.?. Hi? sand. wicbes ?I Ham. <)>?t.r- ami ?Chicken cannot !?? ? \,-.i!.-.l and onl j lOeeata His stock uf FBI IT i.? always ?'..ii.?.l.-t.- an.l y..u can ?r>'t anything you ask lor that*tbe-a??ri..'t a?or.l?. All kin.1? of t'au.li.-?. the t?-?t brands ?l Cig.tr?-. Tobacco, Cigarettes, in fa-t. eit-rythin?*: in an ap-to-dat* C>nf.-?ti'.!ier\ 8t He has conie h.re to .1.? l.usin.i*?, ami u ill give ymi the value ot y..iir mgmtty every time. Come ami ne.- hin.. l!.-ni. rnhat the plan, HARRY V. COX. mere?? Street. Fri-ileriik?l>'irg, Va. UP-TO-DATE LIVERY STABLE. Messrs. W. J. Jacobe and George Armstrong have formed a copartner shit? under the style of Jacobs h Armstrong and have bought out? the stable? of E. K. Wheeler, on Princess Anne street. We art? prepared to fur aiah first-class teams at all times and all hours. Horses bought or sold on commission. We board horses by day or month and they will have best attention. Call on us. JACOBS ?Sr ARMSTRONG, Wheeler's Old Stand. FREDEKICKSBURG. VA ?**?,2L*,2 Force and Lift BAND AND POWER PUMPS. Myers Stay on Door Hangers. WHITE FOR PRICES. John C. Willis & Son. AUG. DANNEHL, Mfjr. HY. DANNEHLCO.. Propr? Dannehl's WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS. Phot**? 127. Cor. Pt-anctaias Ann? and ProrMla Sta. CAFE ATTA. HEI Maryland, Delaware and Virginia Railway Company, Rappahannock River Line. Winter Schedule in Kffoct .hmu.irv 1, ?SO-M. Sttaetniere will lea**? Baltimore. Md . weather -tertaltrina*. from PVr li. Llgbt tti-fatt wharl. ate follow* SunJat, 1'.? n? n. I.t WeetUtod. North Eud,al.ll I reek. ? hltefAtooe. lrTlugu,u.W??.ms,Hurhan'* L'rbanna. Monaetou. Water VWw, Vt tarai toa. Sharps, Tappabann.Hk Tiie-tdays, 4 ?SO i? m. for North Knd. Jtliil l"r,vk. Irrlngtou, Weema, MUlefitMaT-k. Burhan. I'rbanna. WaterYhs'v, WheaJton. and I'owlvre. ?Aeihe-da*-*. 4 .h? ,, ? for N .rih F. id. ?Jill traw-a. .White Stone, Burhane, l'r? banna, Monaakon Wa'er View, S arpe and Tappahann..k Thunsdars, 4 ?".?? ?,> m , for North Knd, Mill Creek. White Stone. Burhan*. I r banna. Water Via-w. \\ h.aitoii. Sharp'* aud Tappabanuock. Frlda.T*. 4 BO p m . for Weet latid, V-rih Kii.l, Mill t'rt?k. White Stone. Irt-ln** ton. Weeui*'. Mill.iiti-.ct,. Merrt t'oiut. Ol toman'.. Moran'*. Burhan'*, Burton '.. I'rhanna. Monaekoii, ?A ata-r tatet, it bsttltoa, Baj Port. Sharp's. Bowler's. Ware's. W.l.iord's. TappahanntH-k. Natlor's. Blandtleld, Carter's. I ai ton *. LeedetowD. Saunder's, Wiliuotit, lireenlaws. Fort it *ty, Hat m.-uut. llopyard. Kai.'1'.ffe's and Fi-ederi.ksl'Urg Steamers will leave Fretlerifk.t-.irg. Va . tl.le and weather peruilttlng, a. fid low*. Mondays, 2 p m . for Kattiifl.-. Hop Yard. Hay Mount, Fort Conway, Port Royal, (Jreer. law ?. Wilmont. Saunder ?, la-edstt?wn. aa***t*ra Ia.vd.iown 4 a. in. Taettday. I?ayton's. Farter's. Blandtleld. Naylor'r, Tarpahannock, Weilford's. Ware - Bowler'e, Sharp's. Bay Port. Wbealtou, Water ?lit??-. Monaakon. I'rban? na Hurto:!*. Uurlia?'* Millenlvek. Moran*, ottoman. M.rry Point. Irtlnirton. W??>iue'. White Stone, Mill ("reek. Nortti Fed, Weetlacd, and arrive in Baltimore Wednesday mornings. Steamer* will leave Tappahann.? k, T.IO a. m.. weather permitting, Monday. Thursday and Friday, atopplni* at Wellf >rn'?. Ware*. Bowler?, Sharp's, WbeaJton, Water View, Monaekon. Tnutton's, ? rt-aima. Burhan. ; ??llenbefk, 'Moran'*. ?Ottoman's. 'Merry Point, Ir? lugton, -VetaTM, White Stone, Mil1 t'reek. North End, and arrive in Italtimor-e Tueeday Friday and Saturday ni>" ?.Thursday* steamer d,??** not stop 'On WVduesday and Friday . nly. .Mon? day and Friday. Will I. ate BowU?r .? W.ilne?. Itv?.'. .10 a. m . for Sharp's Whealton. Water View, Monaakon. Thurst ins. Ir?.anna. Burhan'.. Millenlvek. Irvington White Stone, MilU'r i'k. N.?rth F:,-!. W.'.t'and. an I arrive iu Baitimor?? 1'tnir.day morning. Steamer will leave, weather an I Ti?!?? [?'rmittiiig. Fredertikshurg. Friday !?> o'clock at. m.. for Norfolk. *t..;'i'.n.- . ge, and arrive Norf >lk Sn'urday morning. Leave Norfolk Monday 9 p. in f n r.ip;?ahaii,,?'k and Intermediate point*. Leave TarpahanniH-k Tues lav JLS0 p in lor Norfolk, ?topping at all landing*, arrive at Norfolk Wednesday morning l?eavt? Norfolk Wednesday ?'? p in f ?r Frvdern-ksbcrgand intermediatelandti g . Freight rtx-elve?! at Baltimore nntil 4 pm. . n sailing day*. Tbla time-table shows the time, at whxh hoata may lie expected to arrive and depart from the several wharves, hut th. ir arrival or departure at the tim.? state I is not guaranteed, nor d.w. th?? >?? tu par. y hold? itaa-lf rvepon.il,le for any delayer any consciueno * ari?i: g th. r.fr,,m. W. D. Scott, Agent, Fredericksburg, Va. WILLABD THOMSON, On Man. T. Ml KKOCH. Oen. Frt. ? Pas*. A-rt, Baltimore, M,l . Dam '-!" ISS1 DECKER & ALRICH (an Supplv Vou >\'ith Hay, Oats, Bran and Shipstuff (live them a call. Don't forget that they handle the Studebaker Farm and Lumber Wagons Many Thanks To our friends and the public in general for their liberal patronage and for the largest business we have ever enjoyed in the history of our existence. Our efforts for 1908 will be to give you still better values and service than ever before. Wishing you one and all> happy and prosperous New Year, we are Yours truly, BOSTON VARIETY STORE 916 Main Street *.? -. Out They Must Go ! Here is a chance for tho**e who have nut boilght Children's Cloaks Sold for$2.r?0,nowat$1.60 Sold ior$.*.r?(),now at $1.98 " " $4.r?0, *? ?? 2 98 " " <;oo " " 3.98 Misses' Coats ?Sold for $.'.5?>,nowat $2.50 Sold for ?t\J50,na wat $2.98 L_.a?dies' Coats Sold for f.i.75,novv at $2.25 Sold for-H 0(1.now at$2.60 " " 5.00, " " 2.86 " " 5 7."?. ? ?? 3.60 Sold for 8.150, no? $4.98 .Ready?Made Skirts Sold for *l.?>0,no?\ ai $1.16 Sold for $1.7.",now at $1.25 " <- 2'tO, " ?? 1.76 " " ???.?'?0,now at$2.60 Men's Heavy Top Coats Sold for *2 OO.now at $1.50 *oU\ for ?...OO.novv at$2.48 Sold for *.i.."0. now at $2.90. Blankets, Bed Comforts, Wool I'ii'lerwoiir, Dress (J.toils, Men's Pants. Itt.vs' 1'ants, Etc. All at rssdaosd pHeei Conn* and see A. H. WALLACE, 926 MainS*?. Fredericksburg, Va. *?S **? Bmw. B*dt?, Domestic and Foreign Rugs and Carpet?. OTHaMBEg to otohmam. lmpurftjd (Trftra. 500 stoves, stove pipe and elbows. 2,000 yards LIABILITY ACT VOID Railroads Not Responsible For Negligence of Employes. IN IMPORTANT DECISION United States Suprema Court Decides Against Law Making Railroads Amenable For All Accident Dam? ages. Washington. Jan. 7.?In an opinion by Justice White the supreme court of the t'nlted States helil to be unconstl tutli?nal "the employer's liability law." which makes railroads and other com mon carriers responsible to employe? In accidents due to the negligence of fellow servants or to in.ffectlve applt ance* The decision of the lower court? was s,fflrm.?.l There were two cases before the court, one of them that of the admin Istratrtx of a locomotive fireman killed Da the Illinois tvn'ral road near Mem phis. Tenn . and the other that of the administratrix of a fireman killed on the Southern Pacific roa.l In Nevada. The first case was tried in the Unite States circuit court for the ? district of T.-nn.?ss<?e before Judge McCall and the other In the I'nited Slates circuit court for the western district of Kentucky, with Wa'.ter Kvan? on the bench The railroad, fought both cases In the trial courts, and In each case ob talned a verdict on the ground of the i-.itionallty of the law. Judies Evans and M.Call both hold the law to be invalid on the double ground that a . ..ncressionaJ enactment ,i?uld not be made applicable to Inter? state eotmeaatt ??. and that protection fr.?m accldeata In intersiate commerce ? ,?>t ti- construed as any part of ".ommen-c" <>f any kind The Kenturky and Tennessee deci? sions are affirmed l.y Justice White on the ?round that the law is not confined to the regulation of the business of in? terstate tarriers. but undertaJie? to rec?late their dealings with their em The chief Justice Justice Brewer ami Justice P??ckham Joined with Jus? tice White in the result arrived at. but they .ltd not tolkrtr him in his assertion ?>f the power of Congress to recul?t.? th.? relation between master and ser? vant. e Day merely concurred In the result.. Jtisti.e MixkIv dissented en '?olding that the law Is constitu? tional on all points. Seven Workmen Drowned, l.eav? nw.irth. Kan.. Jan. 7.?As a ? tl.f overturning of a skiff containing nine men. near Kickapo?> Kan . seven men were drowned In ths , rlv.-r Til. men were em? ploy? .1 by the Kansas Natural Cas company !n constructing a pipe line mmtmt the river, and the accident hap ?hi-n they were rowing to the Kansas side, preparatory to returning to their homes They had piweeded about a third of the way across, but the current !.. Ing swift the men de tii?e.1 to turn back In endeavoring t.? turn the boat a wave broke over It. causing It to capsize and throwing the occupants Into the water. Boy, Badly Frozen. Accuses Parents. Bayonne. N. J . Jan 7 ?Turned out of hla home without shoe? or stock? ings. <?oat or hat, John Bachelor, aged twelve years, of 11 avenue, was picked up half frozen by the po? lice after wandering In the sir? - ?. \?n : ling to the l.oy. he had fallen against a stove, badly burn? ing himself on the bands and legs. A abat? IM fell on the baby's head which so angered the father that he seized a stick and drove the boy out of the house. They denied the boy? but he stuck to It Found Dead In Hotel. New York. Jan 7 A young man, ! to l?e H Grey Puberty, son of Captain James Grey Puberly. The Can? nons, West Castle. Yarmouth. England was found dead in hia bed. evidently from the effe-cts of a narcotic poison. In the Hermitage hotel. Six letters were found in the dead man's rooms. One of the letters was addressed to his father, and another to the Hon. Earl Grey, governor general of Canada. Kindneas Rewarded By $70,C*00 Gift. Lancaster. Pa.. Jan. 7.?As a reward for befriending a poor, homeless wan titrer. George B Kofroth. a former hotel clerk of Money Brook, is |70,000 richer than he was a short time ago. Out of a spirit of gratitude for hla great klnitiess, otto F Kuenzler. a Swiss peasant, who died in this coun? try about f year ago. left a will be? queathing his entire estate to Kofroth. Bank Wreckers to Plead Guilty. San Francisco. Jan. 7.?J. lialzell Brown, former vice president and general manager of the wrecked Cali? fornia Safe Deposit A Trust company, and Walter J. Bartnett formerly a di? rt rtor of the same Institution, who are under Indictment for embezzlement, will plead guilty and throw themselves on the mercy of the court. Bill to Reduce Regular Army. Washington, Jan. 7.?A bill reduc '.-.g the regular army after the first day of December. IMS, to 35.(ViO men, 11..???.?? of whom shall constitute an artillery force for coast defense, was Introduce?! in the house by Represen? tative John Stinrp Williams (Miss.). The standing army as now composed embraies to.e?u odd, officers and men fer Ovar Slat? Yea re lira. WInalow'a Soothing Syntp has been need for over eixty yetara by I mlillona of mothera for their children while teethlnsr, with perfect laooaa j It tooth ea the child, eoftena the ffnina, alla va all palna, earea wind eolle, and i Is the beet remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little aafferer : Immediately. Sold by Drarciatc In I every part of the world. Twenty five oenta a bottle. Be eure and ask for "Mra. Wlnal .w'? tioothluj* Uvrnr? " and take no other Guaranta-ed under the Food and Drug"* Act. Juna? Soth, Ibtr?. Serial Number MM, -i- i VALENTINE DANNEHL, Soaeeaaor to Pannehl h Deahaso, Practical Machinist Opp. P. F. * P. Depot. Phone 1*1 Prederlekabnrg-, Ta REPAIE WOKE A SPBCIALTT. aualaaaaa* fura, lab ad on "totutxatraloaa. Sap-pltaa dell tared on tbtart Dot!?-? ACCUSED QF FRAUD Chemist and Baltimore Busi? ness Man Indicted. GOVERNMENT DEFRAUDED Former Chemist of Bureau of Engrav ing and Printing Accused o. Receiv Ing $,*0.000 For Aiding Baltimore Firm to Secure Ink Contracta. Washington. Jan. t.? Allegations oi fraud and craft In supplying the bu rt.au of engraving and printing wltb black dry color, used in the uanufac ture of Ink. resulted in the indictment by the federal grand Jury' here of Ed win M VanDyck. formerly a chemist and Inkmaker employed in the bu | reau. and Yntor G ltlo.de. president of the Victor G. Bloede company, ol Baltimore, manufacturers of the black dry color VanDyck and Bloede are charged lc the Indictments with conspiracy to de fraud the government, the all?gation being that they entered into ax? agree? ment by which Bloede was to pa; VanPyck a pcr??entage of the men?*) his company received from the gov eminent for the black dry color fur nishtM to the bureau of engraving anc printing. VanPyck. It is alleged. In hts posi tlon as chemist and inkmaker of th? bureau, had to pass upon the sample? of the color submitted by various man ufacttirers It Is charged that he fraudulent^ favored the Baltimore company, and that as a result of the conspiracy hi was paid by Bloede. in the course ol several years, between $70.000 mat $75.000. Bloede was to cause his compan each year. It is alleged, to submit bid! to the bureau of engraving ami print Ing to furnish hard black f?r the en suing fiscal year. When samples wer? submitted they would be referred t< VanDyck. as chemist and inkmaker for practical test A committee would then examin? the various bids, together with tbes? reports of the tests, and. relying or VanPyck's reports, would recommeni that the contract for the purchase ol hsrd black be made to that bldde? whose sample bad been so reported tc be the best. It Is charged that, pursuant to thit ?ronspiracy. the Bloede company sub niitted several bids each year frotr the spring or MM until 1905. The Indictment also charges thai the contracts were each yesr awardrc to the Bloede company, and that com pany from July 1 19"1 t.. I .!> 1 ItaM furnished to the bureau of engravlni and printing the hard black usec there, which sveraged about ?'JJ Ml pounds a year, at the rate of forty-flv? rents a pound. Leaps From Window to Die. Newark N J Jan 7?Mrs Wllhel mina K?hne, s widew. sixty years old of IS Beacon street, made a second at tempt to end her life, and is now In s critical condition. The woman's lstesl attempt at self-destruction occurret In th.- City hospital, where she hac' been confined ?lr.ee a week ago. wher she tried to kill herself with illumin?t Ing gas at her home Mrs Kuhn? crawled through a small window or the second floor and plunged head foremost to the pavement. President Pardons Land Grabber. Portland. Ore.. Jan. 7. ? S. A. D Puter who was under sentence ol two years In prison ?uid a. fjne of |7M< for conspiracy to defraud the govern m?*nt out of public lands, has been re leased, the pardon Issued by President Roosevelt having reached this city He was immediately rearrested on a charge of suitornation of perjury lr connection with state school lands I.?it was released on a bond of $1000 which was immediately furnished. Famous Surgeon Dead. Philadelphia. Jan. 7.?A cablegram received here from Berlin by Pr M Augustus Wilson, announced the death of Pr Albert Hoffa. the famous ortho paedic surgeon and professor in th? Cnlverslty of Berlin. Pr. Hoffa 1? cr< lited with having originated th? methods which developed the blood less cure for congenital hip disloca tions as practiced by Dr. Adolph Ixjrenz. 8000 Steel Men Return to Work. Plitsburg. Jan. 7.? The plants of the Republic Iron A Steel company and the Youngstown Steel A Tube com? pany, at Youngstown. O.. resumed op? erations, giving employment to 8000 men. NUGGETS_OF NEWS Tatet Mltks was held up at the point of a revolver at Chester. Pa., by a til.?red man and robb??d of $9. Ten of the thirty hot mills of the Shenango tinplate plant at New Cas? tle, Pa., resumed operations, glvli i* employment to 1U00 men. A bell cast in Paul Revere's work? shop was destroyed in a fire which burned down the Congregational church at Wiscaasett. Me Attempting to cross the street in front of a trolley car in Philadelphia. Miss i.ueha Smith, colored, was run over and both legs were cut off. Commander Harry H. Hoaley. ti. S. N.. who took the dry dock Dewey from Newport News to Manila, and who ?Ince his return has been supervisor of the harbor of New York, died in New York. CATARRH CANNOT BE CUREC with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, aa they cannot reach the aeat of th. dieeaae. Cev tii'rh le a blood or constitutional dieeaae, and In order to cure It yon muat'.take In? ternal remed???. Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken internally, and acta directly on the blood and macona earfat-ea. Hall'* ?Ca? tarrh Cart? le not a qoack medicine 1 waa prescribed by one of the beet phyei ciane in this country lor .reare and ?* a regular preeciption. It iacompoeed of the beat t?nica known, comb1n*>d with the beat blood purifiera,a-rtlD? directly on the mucous eurfacaa. The perfect combina? tion of the two Ingredients te what pro? duct*? auch wonderful reeult? In .uring Catarrh. Bend tor teetiinonial* frte. F. J. (?na-iLv A Co., Prtipa., Toledo, 0. Hold by I>ru(rB*lets. price 75c. Take Halle Family Pille for conttipa tioa. a ? ?_?_? A. B. Botts ft Co. Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Agent? Offlee Sit Commtrt? Httreet. Repreaentt alxtean firat-alaaa eotn paulea. Rate? low aa the ioweat, and IcaatTtaa pr-waptly tadJaa-M -uad paid. MORE CAPITOL CHARGES Warranta to Be Issued For Huston, Sanderson and Ca..el Ilarrisburg. Pa . Jan 7 Three asea already under Indictment on charge* of conaplracy in .oona.ii.in with th. furtilahing of the new state cap?tol, ars to be confronted with additlon.i: charges at false pretense. Counsel for Congressman II HurJ ?asael, of Marietta: Joseph M Huston, snd John h Oammtaamm, or Philadel? phia, were notified by Pistri.t .?.? Weiss that additional suits would be brought against their , ?.-uts beten Alderman Caven? Warrants will be issued, immediately after the infoi uiHti?>n has Ixh-i? brought for the arrea! of the d?fendants an! they will be require?! to .nine M lie rlsburg. furnish bail and waive a hear? ing for court Casse) Is president or the I' vania Construction company, which supplied the metallic furniture for the .cap?tol. Huston was the si, ! the building and designer of f nlshlng?. San.let son wu? the t hit f contractor for the fttrnisliingi Huston is already un.ler indictment on thirty rhmtmm at coasplri y. and Sanderson ami t'assel each oa ?fie? n charges of conspiracy The raasoaa for Instituting then adtlitional ? this time are t. I THE MOUNT ROYAL SAFE Long Overdue Ctearr.er Sighted Off the Coast of Ireland. St John. N It. JaaV 1 lite?' for th? safety of th" fast',lian I? I Mount Boyal, wirb M per-mal aboard, long unntdua at this port from Ant? werp which has bean gradually waning as day after dajr went by, without the red ! ? cable despatch from the l.iverp.??'. manager to the head officials of the line announcing that a tteaater bling the missinK veeeH bad '?? ported IM miles west of r"a?ln>-t Light, southwest of Ireland. The Cat Pacific officials f.-el certain that th" steamer Righted Is the M axmi Royal, and the Ijike Manltolw? has been de? spatched from Liverpool to assist her. ACCIDENT CAUSE OF MURDER Polander Killed Man Who Shot Him Last August. Camden. N J . Jan 7 Michael MM ?Iski was shot In the head and it. stantly kille?I by An:..nl.i G who then shot himself in the head and will probably die. Both men :. landers, and last August while on a gunning trip Qebenibl was shot In the leg by Zlenmski. ani as UM r. ?tilt the limb was amputated n.- t laim> d the shooting was : tal, and the murder was the otitgrowt!. affair Jar Cut Throat tf Paderewskt Cincinnati. Jan 7 Igaae* l'a i-" rewskl. the fai It had a nar row escape from deatb 1,??re li those who fum.-.l and Irette | ??? Hall because the pianist was an hour late did not know about the aciden; until th?' concert was ore* l'a 1. rewskl was being shavcl by h.? ratet In hla private car. In the railroad yard* li. r? when a switch engine humped into t! e car. The J. It ?. nl the razor Into the muait iar's throat Fortunately the valet turned the blade sufficiently to avold any vital spot, although a con? siderable gash was Inflicted Pad.? rewskl lost considerable 1.1?>ck1. but _?i sen.ui? n suits are anticip?t? 1. Famous Pugilist Dies of Alcoholism. N't w York Jur. 7 fighter of his time ami UM winner ??f several hundt.?l Bttsc encounter George Plxt.n the negr.? pugilist, fami. larly called "Little Ch..elate," died In the alioholit ward of 1 pital. a victim of a long fight with drink. Idolized in his ?? sands as a pugilistic hero. George Plxon passe] away practhally penni? less and without friends Dina wax thirty-seven years old and for many years held the title of featherweight champion Son Shot at Father's Murderers. Klttaning. Pa, Jan 7. Whin Lou ? Palate fell in front of hi, home, in Yatesboro. mcrtalh tjronaded by oi.e, of a number of bullets fired a! him I y g crowd of foreigners tt'irni: a i elebratlon. his t.-n year old wn hurried to the (.rostrate jtar.nl's side. drew a revolver from the latiera pocket an.l fire.I three ?hot? at tl.e fleeing assailants fast elder Palate die.l l*,,?,:r men are aciiM-d o? the ?tarder. Sleeping Child Puzzles Doctors Pituburg. Pa.. Jan. 7. -Physicians are puzzled over the Illness of Mary Polan. the two-year-old daughter of Matthew polan, of M. K .?es port, th's county. The child sank Into a soin d sleep at n?xin last Friday and all efforts to arouse her since have been without result. She had hein sick for I days and was b-ing treated fcr grip. Fell Two Feet; May Die. Paters.m. N I . Jan. 7.?Mrs. Mar? garet Parr. Of this city. Is in th. Bt Joseph's hospital here suffering from a compound fracture of the skull, sus tained in falling a distance of two feet from the steps In front of her home to the ground. The hospital phy? sicians say that she bas but rllgM chances of recovery. Court Rejects Hartje Appeal. Philadelphia. Jan. 7.?The Pennsyl vsnla supreme court refused ?Jo per mit an ampaa* to be taken to that tribunal from the superior court |g tbe Hartje divorce case. It Is said Mr Hartje may take his case to the L'Ul I States supreme court. CASTOR IA For Infants and Childrea. His Kind You Ha.e Always Bought Bean the Signature ?w2t^8SS John F. Scott. HARDWARE AH? ItRDWiKI BPBOlAI/ritia Mala St., one door below Obae. Wal laae h Bra. Fall line of General Hardware. Barb Wire, Gane, Pistols, Razors, Knl ;ee, etc., will be sold at rednoed pri?e, to salt tbe time., lionev ean be aaved by pnrehaslng at Beott'i MarBware rtor*. CHICHESTERS PILLS W ^__. Tila- l>l?UO>D RK'.ND. A 1-a.l.al Aa4 ??.a Hi .aal.i (.?/A ? ?I-.S-, ???*. ?t.m..rhr..?/f\\ i-iiu t. a.. ._i ?..ut .-... \v/ ??.?*?. aaaaad -afc S??a Rllf^a ??7/ 1 ??. a. ata, B.? a?* -_a- W ^ElH??_M^vS s?x ? h i?oSsts i vi?m?Ltt Making G-ot>d. "There I? BO ?ra? of malting htatin? and I"??.-tor tempi If) tblt. ? T|,*I1 ???., ? red by i < have 'made ??-Mai' and the? have mat made -- nil* A good, honest, f*,uare-detl medicine ol Uriovt-ri .-,.ni?.w.iiit>n I? Or- Pierce-*a-atta>n Medical IMaa.ovcry. it tul i'iiji.yi an tai raeaaa aale, while moat of the prepara? tion* that hit? ,-omt Into prominence In the earlier i?er..?d of Its popularity hat. -gona by tl,.. i?,?ni - and ar. neter mor* heard of. rat-era aaaat l?e aouie reason for ?hi* I.nig inn. popularity and that t? to l""> f.'ind in it* aapatluT ni-rit? When once giren a fair trial for ?nk stomach. or for ,Ua?r and 1,1,?.1 affet-iloi.t |U ?upt> rtor curative qualities are soon mantfe-M; hence It ha? ?nrviied and growa lu poi? ular favor, whileaeores of lata merilorlout articlet have suddenly fla?h-?.l Into faver for a brief period and then been as toou forgotten. ?or a torpid llv.T with Its attendant Indlgeetioa, dr?i>?';isla, headache, aer hape diulne-.?. foul breath, nasty coate.) tongue, with bittatr ta.?t.. losa of appetite, ta .th distress after ratina, nervoiitne?* and debility, nothing Is to good aa Dr rier.-e't t?.lden Mralcal l?i?. ..n-ry. It * an honest. ^iiarta-deal t?edVI*ie ?nth all It* liigredien".* print,-?I on Untie-wrapper ret, no hivruvporii* humbug, therefore alon'l u..-.-?,r a *ii/>?flfii"t* that the dealxr niav |?<?sjh ?-1 y make a little blg got profit. f'Ktixf ou your right to have it h?t von call for. Doa*t I,ny l>r. Pierce".* I'avorltc Prettrrlp tkto .?tpav-tlng it to prove a "cure-all." It I? only advl??Hl for aI?ta111*1 ?j?, i.il ail? ment*. It make* weak ? on,, n ?trong and - -s advertised than | some pr> I for likepurtM.se*, lu aterltiia* curativa virtue* .till mafntalu ? lit po-tltlon in the front rank*, tthcre It ? r two ?eradea at,,. A? an In I vigoran nit tonic aud --tr."Kthenl!,g nerv lat It i-t im."<|ii;il."d. It non t *at;?fy iho*e I who want * bonta," for th? r,? It not a drop ] of alchol In n. I>r. Pierce'* Piratant Pelleta, the oi-ltfi ? nil I-lf -. allho'iah the Unit , pill of th.-ir kind In thai market, still lead. in! wh.-n ??,'.. tr:."?l -ir,. ever afterward? In favor, Baa; t? take a* candy?one to ? three a dos,?. Much i,niUit,,l hut nevtr ; OOUalcd. WE SEND An Autumn Greeting To ?-ill <>iir l'at p. 'tis ami j Frii'ii.ls. anil w iih it mi in? vitation to come and a>wthe handsoms iu*w Footwear we I hare provided for the com? ing soosona. We wrtainly ; srant to vupplj tli< Fall and Winter Footwear ? ?.vantsof ull mir t?lil Pat ronn. I and we U*uet that we ?.hull also hare the ?pleasure of >?t'rvii)<r many new custo? mers, as this store i?* here t<> supply everybody with Sho-es Por Comfort and Health. If your .????t an? t?'!nliT <>r hard to tit with sliot-s by all means giv.- us a trial in fit? ting tli?in Wallace & Co. The Shopmen Indigestion atoi-ia?-*, fr-v.il.!. ia but ? ampfnTn of. and not ? i., k of Pnwpala, Hearti-uni. an i : . ?1 diac*.-?, r-4 U.ej srv .'?-?-...:? certain tpeclfle C --.*?. etlyledDr shoop - .-rj [?,p.:!?r s.omach i -:, r," re. Ooiag -j.-x-t ' ,_* ?-ooiitcJi 4-au?"-**. blo?Uivg. bi.io-j?--i?-tw, bad breath ?:?.,! a*::, a -.-y nr shonp's Ka-atont?vw?Tahlrt* or LiuuM-and mm for your. m'A wliai it can and wUl do. Via teil and chaata fully ratnatmmu? Dr. Shoop's Restorative Goolrick's Modem Pharmacy. Southern Ra?way N. B.?Folli.trlnsr -?-tn-dil. B?r:rea pabUseed ae '..formation, and ar. i.? ,t .uarai.lt?*-*!. !?l. ??"?.?< U?r Jun ?th. is*?. Praia* '.m?e lTa*blr..rt?>n trout N?w Cal?.a gtaMoa a Ma. a. Dally?Laorai for Warrwnt-oa Dan ?111?. aa.l way Met s Ota. ?a. Iially ?Loral 'or Harrlannbiir?. V?. too a. at. I.ally? t'nita-d Slat** Ka*t Mall. Flnat-cl**?. cache* and -irawluK-roora. *i??o.r t?. .'.?i,nul,u?.,.a..and N?-w urlr-a.,?. Uli,lug car **r TtO?. 11.?0 a. m. d i-.lly Wa.tihi.it..n an.I Florida IJm.ta?d. Thr, .i.arl, r,,awl,*?. ?ii,l aleeper t?, ?'o lambta. Savannah and Jactaotrlil*. blnla? ?ar ?.??I?-*. *.06 p. m. We?, hay*?I t-cal for fl*rrl*,?nburn ?n?l way station* on Mena**** Branca. taa p m. bail/-1.?? ?ai for Warreoton and i,?rl.,it--*?lll. t.SO p. m. [?-?Iljr - New York and Ao-ra**? Bt prwas. F1r*l .-l-ai?. roach .i,,l *i?wi>*r to Colom. Ma. .tla.n -t-i .?.-??:? I.lnlna car a la cart*. T,?irl.t I 10.15 p. ii, I,,.lly \,-w ruft and ?*>m-?h!* Ialmlt-?o , vi? ? > ,,, Bl.tira. i? Kirat claa. rtiaa-h and tl??epl*K . ??. kti.-t. ill?-, i liatta .iii ?n.I ?I?-int.hi*; ftieeper to N?. i ,r!?.i>? |,i,iin?:-car aerrtr. lira, |. m i>?:i> >?>. York and New Orleans in, :txl- .til lullui.n train*, nub and obaerva ? Na-w .?r!?-ai,i?: ali-?i?r '. . a*I,t1!I.. -.il,.,,!., Hlniilatcliaiu. New Urlean* Uliiluat^aj ?rile?. i .-??!-.? I-*T. l..<-hra?sd for tk. Month a* fol otra (?mit. 7 a. at.. 11.1*. a. m., li 31? p. m.. weak 1 .>.', t m . makf-s ?>iin,?U,>n*?t l'anvill? for ? i pulata H,,ut!,, l'uiliiian alweprr. Train? arrl?. Klrhuiond IM p. m , 4 10 p. m? aad ?.40 p n, .I ?ai ly. ?.40 a. m. wea-k day?. Thnius-h train* from th. South arrlre Waah iT,art,,n 7.36 a. at., ?.46 a. m . t.nt a, m , da ly: '.? S p. m? 11.? p. at., and 11.40 p. at., dally llnnisonburg IS.?* p n, week day? and a.19 p. r?. dally, from I'liarl-.ttran-lla-, ?10 a. m. and t.So p. m. Ticket*, tleeplngear e?**rT-atlon?, and detailed nf.irn.aUoa can bat had at tickst oltlca. T? I&tk ?t.. tOS I" *t n? and New I'nlr.n ?ttattor, K*aar-a*aar? ch.cked throu-ch from hot.!* and re*l -Icnc**. 0 ?t. sarale*. C. H. irktHT, V. P. and 0*n Man. 8. H. HAKKtVUK. I'm?. Traffic M-rr. W. It. TA YI-OK. Ora. Pat*. Agent. U. HaJlBilV??.. U*n*r .1 A "rent. WaaMatrtoa. 1?. n WBITNER & SACREY %^?^^^^'^/Ai? OndsrUkers and Bmbalmeri No. 719 Msin St., Fraxler ?(?lubTarg, Vs. 'Phone 98. Aero? iVom Kxohsnge Hotel end next to W-oa-t-arn ?qk.u offlo?. Telei.rrt-.pb and telephone -orders rtsoeive prompt siten?. bon. Open dsy ?ad night.