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Devoted to ta* .^cultural. Comrnorcial and Manufacturing- Interest? or Frederlcksburg and th* Tidewafr aad Piedmont Oountr^ VOL.XXIII.NO. 11. FRBDERICKSBURG, VA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1908 PRICK, 8 OBHTS COMELY MATRONS PRAISE PERUNA KENTUCKY OREGON no. The only valuable testimony which any household remedy can have is the testimony of those who have used it It is worse than useless to discuta Peruna from a theo ! standpoint. It la what Peruna will do, not what people say about it, that constitutes evi? dence. The housewives of the United States know what Peruna will do. They have a tried it. They have realized its benefit in the family. They are the ones that are competent to speak of it Self-appointed critics know noth? ing of it whatever. The Testimony of These Three Housewives Demrinstiatcs Beyond All Cavil That Peruna Is a Safe and Useful Remedy. Calard Flesh on Peruna. Mrs. Hsttiu Hamilton. 1. K. D Sparta, K> ., v. nt?. ? : "I hav. taken tsu BOtl - ?nd commenced ?-n 1 lio t h int on not really nccj th* third on., bat thought It b?*t to tako another bol "1 havo alwaya ?weighed 1-rJ pottBd*, bnt tinea I bt-araa laklag r UO,for the first tune in all my 1 IB am now thirty-tl.re?, year* old. Your medicine bus :i gr? ?t deal of fast. ai.il 1 liare r.-. in mein:. .1 It to ?.'?eral other? who ban Peruna Their Family Medicine. Mrs. Anna C. Hyde, 712 E. Yamhlll street, Portlsnd.Oregon, Vice President Literary and Educational Organization of New Hampshire, write?: "I am pleased to endorse Peruna a* an all-round good family medicine, and one that Is safe to give children. I give it to mine at the least suggestion of a cold, and take it myself to build np my strength and nerves. "My ?later, who la living with me, ases Perana, too, and she is load In it* praises. "Your medicine Is certainly worthy of praise." Backache. Headache. Mrs. Tressle Nelson,?09 N.Fifth Ave., Nashville, Tonn., writes: "As Peruna ha* done me a world of good, I feel In duty bound to tall of It, In hope? that it may meet the eye of some woman wbo bas suffered as I did. "For fir? year? I really did not know what a perfectly well day wa?, and If I did not have headache, I had backache or a pain somewhere and really life was not worth the effort I msde to ksep going. "A good friend advised me to use Peruna and I was glad to try anything, ?11, bat I Will critlnuc *n<l I am very pleased to say that six abort tune to ! '?-'ttlee made * new woman of mo and I Constipation. Torpid Liver. Walnut taking It. "My mother, who Is seventy-? \ old, had grown ?o weak ?ho eotxld ?oarc, ly walk, l'erunaand is fleshier nmi sookln Internal C.itarrh Mr?. M . T. Jones, of Iturniiii; B] Ky-, wl "No family ?hould ever be without rerun?, for it is an Unfailing cure for cold?, and It is an excellent r.-:ncdy to prevent and relieve croup. "And to ?peak from a ?tan.I; experience, I can candidly ?ay tl.at It is the remedy for internal catarrh. I ?hall not hesitate til rtriiiiamsml it,?-: to all ?ufferl.-ig weinen ??I \k... ,te cull ?tip*! ? hen I t??jk I -ix tsittlesof landManalln. When I bad taken i !?? l f.it un?-i. batter, snd ittls* 1 f. ei eat laklag ti.?1 ' mak?. ?lire ..f ni\ cur?-. , "1 think Mann.in i- one of the finest '. that I ever tried, i k? ill n, k ? r i". Itbout it. It has inaile me ??> strong. 1 an do a day's work and l. I am so glad I do sol g.t tl p-altsaay in?.re. I haven't ' S 1 t.mk "I cannot thank you enough for what y.uir m. ii.;:. t .r me. All !\* it u fa.r trial," Kidncvs and Bladder. .ii-. ll.i jr.- . urton vlll.-, Minn., v "1 had catarrh of the kidneys and Ii ken Parana until now, and I do not think 1 B**d to tako It ger. i t. ei well, aad my tongue i? clear "Peruna baa gained full confidence , and I have no bitter taste lu my xuoulh. and a bernianeut *l?\ ia vu; Lvinv." I am vary- thankful fur lYruna." have no more pain a and life look? bright again." Catarrh or Bowels. Mr?. Maggie Durbtn, 18X2 North street, Little Rock, Ark., writes : "I was troubled for five years with a chronlo disease. I tried everything I heard of, but nothing did me any good. Some doctors said my trouble was ca? tarrh of the bowels, and ?orne said con? sumption of the laiwels. On* doctor ?aid be aonld cure mo. 1 took h I? medi? cine two month?, but it did me no good. "A friend of mine advised me to try Peruna and I did so. After I had taken two bottle? I found H was helping me, so I continued Its use, and It ha* cared me sound snd well. - "I can recommend Poru?a to anyone, and If anyone wants to know what Peruna did for me If thsy will write to me 1 will answer promptly." WE SEND An Autumn Greeting ! To all our ' Patrons and Friends, ami with it an in? vitation to come and see tin handsome new Footwear we' have provided for the com? ing seanons. 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 serving many new custo? mers, as this store is here to supply everybody with Shoes For Comfort and health. If your feet are tender or hard to fit with shoes by all means give us a triul in fit? ting them. Wallace & Co. The Shoemen Flowers Choice Cut Flowers AND Floral Designs tor all occasions. Blooming plants In great variety. Catalogne Free Leave orders with E C. NI.NDE, Fredericke burg, Va, fand they will be promptly J. PAUUEI tiOMON, Florist, _Ashland. T*. Dr. it M. Eckenrode DENTIST Qawai Omar Oxmlrtsk's Isrea? ????*?, MowStBt. Providing for the Future Ceaseless toil and judicious saving are the elements of fu? ture prosperity. Unless these two elements are combined results under no circumstances are accomplished. Our system of "Banking by Mail" makes it possible for the man of small mean* to gradually accumulate a ?um far beyond his expectation?. Accounts received in turns of $1 and upwards. 3','i interest ?llovved on saving? accounts from date of deposit and com? pounded tenu-annually. Savings Department Planters National Bank Capital, Ssjalas and Uodrvnid Piafes $1,375,000.00 Richmond, Virginia At Cost .'. Comforts and Blankets *\ See Window Display W. A. BELL & BR0. UP-TO-DATE LIVERY STABLE. Mesara. W. J. Jacob* and Oeorge Armstrong hare formed a copartner? ship under the stria of Jacobs A Armstrong and hare bought out the atables of E. K. Wheeler, on Prince** Anne street. We are prepare?! to furs aish first-class teams at all times and all honre. Horas* bought or sold on soromission. We board hornea by day or month and they will hare bast attention. Call on na. _ JvXCOB? ?* ARMSTRONG, Waaalars Old Stand. FREDERICK?B?BO. TA FORESEES_Jfl I'resident Says Serious Labor, Disputes Are In Sight. HE SUGGESTS ARBITRATION fend? Communication to Interstate Commerce Commicsion Regarding Railway Employes' Wages snd Orders Investigation. v.'.i BlBgtoa, Feb. H. Bsrksas indus? trial fltspnlss in prospsct ?*??: * irini uf PrasIsVaat i asa he Brot? a ?etter to ths Inter.-t.-t" turn BBSmlastOB Tuesday ?v* ;< h Was BBS! pabl ? Hs say9 that i::' run tl.m has r<*:?.. B*d hlni. that on .1 aactasaal of drastic lasrs by the ??)ni_*i SS aad l>y various btatr '? ?ry by railroad ?ompanles to redute Uia pay of employes. The pr<>M<lent says If the redaction ? m to satars loss of business being auch that tho burden ?hould be. sud Is. equitably dis? tributed bstWSSB capitalist ?ml wage worker, the public should km v It. If It Is caused by legislation, th * pabilo, and (?ingress, should know It. SBd If It oadaet In las past 1 if any railroad. tln*n STSCybody should know it. ?specially if the excuse of aafrlsadly ? n I? advanced as a n-Mlmd of covering up ; I I by th.. raltrsad Baaat ? jasti ttcatsoa tor tallar* 10 tro-.u f iriy th? irnlM SBIBloysS uf lue com? pany Mr Uses potats out that, under th* isw. eith. r party Btay dsasaad th? ser '?atrman of the int. commi ' las ? om ?itosloasr of lat>or as a board nf nm ? Illation I!. .*. that the Int.-r- tat COBSI make su. it ai I n as will en ahl? it to f :r".i !i datS OOBSSCBlBg wag? ooadltiona oa vartoas railroads as may relate, alrsctty or Indirectly to ths pos? sibly Impending controversy. WILL CUT WAGES 200,000 Employes of Western Rail reads Affected. Chica 'in wages of more than M*),060 employai in the ser? vice of forty-nine railroads west of Chicago will hinge on the outcome of th? meeting of the general manager of the Chicago QrSBI Western railway and '.he officials of the five big labor organ? izations In train service to b* h?ld in SL Paul. March 9. Atchifcon Orders Reduction. Topeka. Kan.. Keb. 20.?It Is an? nounced here that the Atchlson, Topeka se Santa Fe Railway company has or? dered s reduction of eighteen per cent In the mtchur.i.al department all over the system. Two hundred were dis? charged in the Topeka shops. Reduc? tions were made in other Kansas shop? London Times For Sale. London. Dec. 20.?The Times Is ?till In the market, according to a state? ment made by the solicitors now en Caged In the litigation over the news? paper's disposai. Its proprietors, it is ssld. favor its sale by some form of public competition, and any proposal or scheme In this direction wilf hnve to be submitted to the Judge having charge of the case. Meanwhile (' l-\ Moberly Bell, the manager of th?? Times, denies that he Is acting as the prospective purchaser for an Ameri? can syndicate. Loss of Big Bolt Delays New Bridge. New York. Feb 20.?A big bolt ac? cidentally dropped by a workman to the bottom of the Rast river has de? layed work on the Manhattan end of the niackwell Island's bridge. The lost holt was of a set for holding together the eye bars of the main can? tilever, and there Is no duplicate In existence. Unless a diver can recover It. s new one must be made at Steel ton. Ps. Find $750,000 In GoTd in Old Quarry. St. Petersburg. Feb. 20.?A private dispatch received here from Kamen etz. In Podolla. reports the diccovery in an ancient quarry of a quantity of gold contained In thirteen ea-sks and estimated to be worth $750,000. It Is thought that this treasure was hid? den in this quarry centuries asro at th* time of the Tartar invasion. Wss Over 110 Years Old. Harrlaburg. Pa . Ft>b 20?The offi? cial certificate of the death of Pat rick Kers'in. of St. Clair township, l Westmoreland county, aged 110 years, 9 months and 17 days, wa? received st the ?Ute health department. K.-r win was s native of Ireland, and died a few days ago of the Infirmities of old age. Vsrscity Doubted, Boy Took Poison. Brooklyn, Feb. 20.?Frank Yale, six teen, of Pstcnogue. I.. I. became de? spondent because bis father, Henry Yale, doubted the truth of a statement he made. He drank a twoounce vial of csrbollc arid He Is the tblrd of Yale's nine children to die within a yssr. Had Grip; Took Poison. MIIlvllls, N. I. Feb 20.-Suffering Intense pain from an attack of the grip. Mr?. Antonio Psliss swallowed ?tghteen strychnine pills In aa at? tempt to commit suicide. Physicians were hastily summoned, but the ?f*> m*s Is In s precarious condition. Ths Traa Laoo. 1* propasad to do a I kind? of Job printing as Ass* eiass ?tyl? ORANGE M .tas of l.ittrtat?Personale. ?at. It - i he-?- (. ik-i.s ..: ban, lew ?ni. eerl than 11 g al?| . vu. a trie* rt.i we : t nti,.i: f ,.m lb* ..f ?i op? r - lbs arana ? : b ekcr. (-?trr.l 'Ii tr let ti able an ? Btgrowiag ti. ? ? ?nal lu c in I he ' ?a ?I [> x : ? ,i . ? . tulk' II u. Mach - tkb Hit !.. re. but ill." ?killed nun. i I ??ni .. - Is. It is ?-?:.! n c.'iui? ?. . a r tl v of thaaand - 11 i . Todakj ? i.ii.,l.i.. pr. | ,.?'.:,? la Wl I *tU ii? 1 si ,ii.I ball eaata price* SI.lbs thaw-ool travel Is o? ta* ?rai s. It is i travel r.-aii. ' - :,fv ore ? b* vetitar*. M I..i 11 v. .1 . trm i.l ;- v. i tli Chat It* tat* i: ? ? i la, i* al uear Ii , ?ist Mr?, a M lui.? i h ,s lastaUtd a ae? ? worth.??ci al liiii-s ? i ? i . . ' pane?, ', \\ a ?tara : . i un six BauBth* this r?*ki H I..-.I i,..k f ir school parpo?.* wae aol haU kvliit h . ? here rao ?even mon ta*. T?lela a iuntt?-r ul i Dgiliat ring un.! bum tha? avai y ? as ? B"t an latataad Aie ut i la -.i.:.- taeta ara iras ol our pulil.c r . ? Dl l.iv.i.i ?? c ii.ii.. Dl upon tlte failure tu iry t lie baggage that! MU 1er 1? ail ?i?les 'ii,;s h-? les* Inearri B*n*j < 11 ? ' - -.' '? I bj bag* ?lui k\ i. it i- 1 aiala Ion luit laws?trom ? Vue di I>.?v ds .i and Juan DaTSt, Vanan boya, attending aeno? I hi tTaatv logtoa, are viaitlnjt Mr*. Hand Wood? folk tiea it la nun ired ti.ikt Will Brockataa, of I.oiiiTk, line pocbased U. E. I la* tarnt aear this place and In ta* Bear luture kkiil officially mute it popular Spotty lvaul? girl t.. assoats BBlaoritj In h's n,.,v 1; rue. Heart? w*aeo*aa t?i (filland ?hot 1 raajrei ton h the condition of Mr? (irikkes iii.li ; B. C Hurru? i? suffering with Li? Wnuiiiliil leg, ?i"i I. M Hurl.it? is housed ? it h same iiili cliou May tli.'.v soon be out. S. YOUNG MAN FOUND DEAD On Sunday morning Travers Fietch.r v.ne !? ma i .!? .-..i bring la a hraarbasa? Hurt.m Kim ' n-i 'a saw mill nri the Fasawrlaod la weel Spotaylvaaiav Ills lasa trae downward aad partially oot. ?red with water. Justice S. A Orr was BOttfled hi:.I he had i? jury tuin Btonad,nadDr. lelflaw wa? called to view tM?< tmily belore it wa?remoked N.i I liruisas or *rldeae*of fnul play were found mi the body OT In the vlcinitk, and th* jory reportad that the deceased came tu his death (roaa causes unknown to them Os tarai witnaasss, with wkoai the dtawaasd BT*jBsaMsssa,wwr*szs?w?B*d and they said thei all left Burmu Faul cooer'a togith?-rSaturdny and when they separated he eeerri? d perfectly well and wa? going In the dirtcli'iii of hi? boats The ii. ceased * a? a meiulier of the Old Fellow? todgaof Mineral, who t'iok charg- i.f the fut:- ral MR. COVINGTON T. B. Covington, formerly of Virginia, now of Yankt.m, ?S. I>., i? with u? f >r a abort while, lie h.iast? of the last <?( hi? l?ein? a Vlrgii,lau, Contsdsrata soldi*? and a Methodist, fie vl-it.-.i tlie high Krad? pablic school boildlag Tue?da> and made an ad.lr.-s? to one of the clase ss. eudeavoring toiatatvjs?taana ttiecla?? to ever rssaeatoiirllsi Irh com m ?ml ment, also bold U?i tht-ii teach, r? Bad lie ever,. tempered at al! tines and Bad** all cir? cumstances, and they would win iu life He. gave out the following words to one of the classes, iff-ring any one ik dollar to ?p?-ll al! of th. m, ajid ouf M thirty-six not. one spelled all the word? rornrtly. It was the seventh grada. Th? word? are these: Auxiliary. l**a>awe*a, lie? f steak. proceed, ?iip. rs. il.., pre.-, .i.-. Bark. nicking, si-v?>. bMb?, siege, cyllni!. ;. BBB> arate, cantaloupe, and the word.? wete given to th? eighth grade re?tenla?.? Pierre Capital, Feb. 13tb. I HA! HA! NA! Coed D4(sttl0fl and Gsoa Healtta frlng iayau* Ufa. Do not blame the poor dyapeptir for Iwlng blue, croas, nerrou?, irritable and grouchy. He hasn't got a hearty laugh iu his whole system. Before there Is any joy or merriment, It ?s Bsssaaniy totttns up the weak ?toin acti m.ie. I? and get ilige?iion working naturally by u?ing Ml o-na stomach tab? let*. Tbi? prescription cur??all stomach trouble* by strengtbenln'g the digestive machinery and putting It in such perfect order that It wiil care for all t'?e food that ia eaten without distress or Indiges? tion. So certain and reliable Is IH-o-oa to cure indigestion ami ail stomach weak? ness, that Uoolnck ? Pharmacy sell it under an absolute gu?rante? to refund tbe money unless It eure*. Try a 50-oent boa aodsee how quickly you will get re? lief fro?? iadigrttion and forget you bave a stomach. JOB PRINTING Ws print everything from a book ao a vlslang sard an th* power nr****s of The rasa Ussata Bend a* y oar ued?s. tks Ftwi La*a?. MR. COVNGTON IN DAKOTA \ Ha Osscrlbss th* Country-Seas Herd ?f guffaw Attends a S A. R Meeting. Etc ?????r?e, S. ')., IVI* 11 111, ; U n.i-.v lb* capital i ( bV uth l>a :' kota and -itu.it. .1 uu ui, north banks of the ?vilil Mu.-, mi nv.r veiy near the i-ei.trol tlio DtatS. 'lli<* ? assis. sViUM ..l the i ?tie fol? lowing nasne*: Hputtad Kiibl.it, Swift Straigbi Head. Wblts Hors?, Borastuukiog Crow Bird, Kagkrfeatber, Uearrlb I ? n. Hum;*, W si**. i r..*.\-.i il g. ele I Bad ail ta? guia her* rids a?tii.le, aad int*. if them ui? SOW nul-, I-"? 1 mu? t hi l'it-y aie mole ethi lent than the oust buya ?? l.\ 1 laca i f ?now HI herein Janu ary, i in Paorsary, aad rises ia?t Sep i.? i.. m i m. 11, in tie im b of rain ha* fal !it?* been 1 6 tastos* i-r.i b? r- n i? not f-lt a* in Vir aisla, a* n m so drj IV h?asile ni ii* ..i ? I ?t....? ?re feast ..n t!.. . ? annually on seeoasl ??f lea. Ti?* watas la stssass? ie ?<> ?ash Utter than I!, tu |..?i,ill miter, tas] asas It ami srttl go out OS SB* inM?'? i? t nu i n lier? of theui until tbej Bod water and tasa tas les I? i du ws tbej g.i aad eaaaot ??n* i h? nasal Mt ?il the ?wilt car? r t.i Ju-t iu ??glit of tin? place i? a her.) ? ! 15V buffalo. 1 lieir rub?? ?re ?old at j BlOOeaca Hiil meat at *1 per pound. It j | t . se* them. 1 bad understood tasj ??er.- about extinct. Iiut H i* n?,i a aaCS, I have also visited it pluo? ?here many ?ear? an o they were drivas ??era ptKlptus assr? all were kilhad I.? tli- jump or full un. 1 tasB they \?. r.. ski ii. I i..i iii.'ir Masa or robra. Hi.. - un. 1er hb. Iter bor? ? it i" i-.i ?ir? im n?k i? run of Ins ? n ?um to two buudrvd ton? are um! ?ily in a rick. | JuM takSB ?tr..11 ou foot 'J mile? north lot ii.-. i in.-, aad ?ou ?di arris* al an ? .?.-?uil.iii cail.il I'.ul:..* Fioiu there you tur aaoSI ??> unie? lu ?very dir?-? I li.ui mid llie SSSSSrj I? Uyoii.l rtiasillp ?ii...i hsssr laaiii* aas* le\er?e?*ii aas .:.ill. .-lit. The lull? on euch ?ule ' .?! tin* Massoarl BIS geuerhl.y guinl.o, a laetlva ? il. but when yi.u H- t nu SB* lui.I Ian I? the nurd il. ii do** n.!??- Id* it North uii.l ?South l>.. ? i?? Montai u uni Wyoming bsbsbow . ?( luu? I ? lu. h il at St I'. or? lung, ftaasia, uoul.l cover a, ?pace ol country, not us ferule or a? goo?! a cli in,ite. (hut Hit? il. .1,1? one hundred und ?fiy ii,nil.in? u! people. When the Unite?! ????ii. as thickly settled a* Baissas We ? lii ii?? iiver a billl.ui ot people aud in a ii.-ber e..il ami iu a liner ? l?mate. I ?tall tbe Methodist preacher and fum il.? here every day. The l.illli? I? Loveall. ami the., are from We?t Virginia. It i? ladead i? pleasure to l?e ?vitb tln-in. They liad Jon ?-.iiiverei.me iu their meeting ?.- and over li O islssfl * has IBSBS. Nearly all denomination? arc here that an* lu r redencki.liU'-g. Ju-i?'i jears ug*i lawle??iie?? of all ?ort? irigued here Arkansas Bill lived just acr.ii--. the ihcr in Fort Pierre and cuuie over here about t ? u*e a week, coJi u.ii ling BM (BsttSBad murder?. He wa? iii'liri-il t.i keep una?, hut he took no notice <>f it i hat iiiiiht Ii.* came over sad a dm n bullet? w. nt through hi? Mine then there ha? be?'U no ISBSB* and all is quiet. 1 have thought .?f my ui.cle. Tom C.arksou.so much ?inc. I've be?ii here. He traveled lu the lirtie? over theee plain? from Kausa? City (no OtSj then) to ?ante Fe in an ox wagon and It look him all month? to make a trip. What thrilling ?tone? b? related to my mother iu the fiftle?.in mj presence, . f lii? ndventure? Poor man, how he struggled, a? well aa the rest of my kin, (or mean? for their children, and bow taaj squandered It. How lonely I am in ilii? fui i.ff land, juat shout 2,000 mile? in on my native home. Many, uiauy time? 1 wl?h I had never been born, but Moil put me here lor some wise purpose and I must full! 1 my mission. No?] (or a litileamuaem.'Ut. In all my travel? Iu Dakota I hare never meta Confederate soldier. Somehow ?everal of the Vanka found out I was in Pierre, ami lu.it. ?1 me to attend tbe Woman's Relief Corps of the (1 A. K. 1 went, and a* aoou lie I entered tbe door., eeveral met nie and guy* me cordial welcome, ami before 1 could get off my overcoat, they called on me (or an add res?. Nearly everyone out here asks me it 1 am not a preacher. I tell them ye?, all ot u< are preachers, but they nek, are yon au ordiiliieil minister and bar? license to prsasal 1 tell them no, I never wa* In a pulpit, never preached a sermon in my fats: 1 Wash I was on?. 1 U-gun my speech thu?, and sang It: "Jeff Davie ride? a white horse, 1)11 Lincoln rides a mule; Jeff Davis is a gentleman, Old Lincoln is a fool'' Well, I could se? frown* and could bave beard a pin drop on the floor. It was Lincoln'? tiirtti.1 ?y, hifttl'Jihaonlveraary, but when 1 toll them ot how Lincoln wiie reverenced in ths south now and what great ov itions Roosevelt recel veo tfcsrs and that I voted lor McKinley and Roosevelt, too, you never hear ab? utii:g and clapping ol bands. Only 21? old vet? were present and the balance of ton were ail female*, and auch a sump? tuous repast wa? served?enough to feed 500. Well, after ?upper ?e retired to the ?ourt room and went through a civil service examination, and it wa? indeed funny au.i interesting aud then we bad word? such a? "chureb, court, chair," ?-.. Ar., to apell backward?, and you bav* no idea bow hard it ia to do. Wall. some old Yank was called opon to make a speech and bs began by telling that but for bve's ( who was In tbe Harden <?! Kiel.) independence and presereranc* this world would not have been aa great a? it is. It wa? something new to o.e; I bad never tkooght of ?neb. He then branched out on politic* and broke np th* meeting. Politic* ia not allowed In the 0. A. R. camps. Much lovs to all my friend?. Your? very truly, T R Covtngton. RIPANS. There is scarcely any eondltioa o? ill health that Is not bsnefitad by the occasional oae of a RIPANS Tabnle. For sal? by druggists. Ths ftve eeut packet is enoogh for an ordi? nary occasion. Th* family bottl*. CO ? ?ei?? <????>?J?rna ? ?rir-T>|v for a ???%? Grown and Bridge Work a Spatially. All Work ?aarantasd Dr. J. Garnett King, wmsT. lOa? -W6? BtalaaH. Frsdarl i > >? ??? ROYAL Baking Powder The onlj Baking Porder made I witij Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ?made from g-rpes? Insures healthful and ^delicious food for every home?every day Safeguards year food a*aiast alna and pbasphatt of lime Bad wssathar la rtanoasabea tor a ? obtain a ?eat at tbepolitf bad humor. J cal pi- counter begets reform. Last Call on Winter Goods Anything in the Winter Line at Cut Prices - - - Blankets from 30c up Suits, Coats,Skirts, Un? to $4.50 for the best derwear,Kimono Flan? nels, and all cold all wool ll-4,white, .. .... weather commodities red or plaids. at Big Reductions. J, T. lioiaet-y & Co. B. J. MARSHALL The Largest Wholesale 6rocer ?a Frederickstuf IS early *fMJ| thing hajaaght bj car load lots and Special Inducements Offered Town and Country MaM?taM?** Dealer lu Lime, Cement, 1'iaster, ..rid In fact everything needed by ab* ??krmer, merchant or m?*shan1e. Also, Hnyer ot Wool and drain. Beat alabar t':e name and pi*???K. .*. MA??HA1,!, Hirg A Oo.'s old ?taaiial jast saawS Purity ?and Age You will find the mont popular brands of pure liquors fat STRASBURGER & SON'S The Melieble T.irinrir and T..!???*? Hoise. 21.1-217. Pommtrve Sar***, Cooke's W?d Cherry and Acetone Best Remedy For Coughs For the Best of Every? thing go to Johnston & Pearson Prescription Pharmacy If .10 WANT HJIE W?PS Call aaS ?a? Mr?, i. W. ataaroa tutor? a*yt?e. 1 will BMaMoa a t.w of air breade? r?r oaBess. SILAS SHELBCRNK ft SON. SHELBliNE'S WAKBOLSf For the aal* of Loo** Tobest? and i by sample orar the Bnewksaad. lft?i aad Oaaal ?tr**t*. tti.hanand.Ta Get WOODS' "Meal" IT IS THE BEST UNITED TRANSFEB COMPANY. MORSES. S20 TO $65. MULES, $75 TO $125 A PAUL TO BE POSITIVELY SOLD. 100 Borte* and Mar** aad 60 head MO??., aires 5 to 6 years, weighing 1*00 to I.liKj pou.de; all good, ?erviesabl? stork, ristlit oat hard work; to b* sold at rat? 3-> bead weeklv. Also ?0 Fat alare* and -t Uara* In Foal, very e*?ap. .tei.efa.Dt at Company jStmbam, 1 ?'? tlaat Lexington Street, eos> riek, C. aad P.. Bel list or?, Md> Phone, 8*. Paul 5*55. John F* Scott HARDWARE aJTD BtaJtDWAKB BPBSLsJrTlB*? l?alo Ht., -mm door below Onae. Va!? laeeftBro. Fall Un* of General H?ardware. Barb Wire, Onne, Psrto?*,\aass*t Kalree, etc., will b* sold at r?awa?d g rises to salt tb* timas, Mtvasy ?a? e saved by pwrcbasntg at awasttw rrar <??saee atrWak 1,000 TonsofSimac WA1NTI3D For which the Highest Censfe Price will be paid. John G Hurauump 0?.