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AM? l'OT<iy,t K \l IK) > \1> Schedule effective Jnn I Hm?. l^tatTe Kre<|. r1rs?!.iirK Northward rt:'J& a. m wrmk t?fa, ?oral; 7:31 . m dally. *<>?'? a m dall>. 10??a m ilafl?. local, 1 Ml V ai week da ?ask day?, local. 7 1'. u ? ktoadaye only, local. * ?.mi t. ludail- H'? dally. Leave P*B?M?fcsfeafy. S..ullitvi?nl 5 65 a m. dally. A. I' 1. train, S Oft n sc. wc?k day?, local. R?It m Its?days only. Iix-al; 10 l.'l a ui week days, local: VJ-.M p. m dally, H A I. train; ft??S p. m. dally, ft t\ I, trate;fJ l>< p _. dally, lotssl: 11(14 p m limit, s \ i. trata laical from WaalihiKtuii arrives h'JI p. m. week days. Arrival? an.I ilenartur?? not u-uarat, tssd. ? I" Tayl.-r, Trafll- Maaaaei ('. ('. Cos, Ad-tit nTI-AC. FIEIEilCUBl K? AM PIEDMONT RAlLRUAD Ti?? Vanas Be is I? ?S?c? as 1 S. M. t'.r. : nal I? Mil?! H?lr ?s?pt rtx>_ ???????. Bo 1. k?,( Bn I a.m. a? 4, s.ss s r?i.- .. . i > SI* S ?kit? St* ? MIm HuaS S St T K. I-,? its t Bassesse? ? > ?? SSS IS Alrlrh 1.41 (.SB II r.rn?,-. - -I SSS It Br.H-t l:,..J I i? S 4S IS St>|.li?iis ? * ?.*? ? . .-. ? ? . sss ss Bse h :?? ?.IS SS Tlo,l?r s.ss >? BasasMa S.M s.ss IS * ISM SS Ta/inr IS SS SS L? (Iran? I? OonaarMoasa? rnklarlrsal'iir? *'?!. , I 11. a a ??4 slar/lsaS. l?.|???r> ?, ? . ?-.-? ??, h?i. eaj Co. St or?nj~ with ?.mttterk k It ?-ii OS?P??t? S .'hi,, H H Vb? o al/IID? kiltubti.,? rat' ?i,l *l? l S?ttl?fi?M? m OtaaSarS Ti?? bally ?s?pSSaaSar. W. S. ?ICHikli." o?? M.uw One Fine Upright PIANO ...For Only.. $155 Tin? lastras* ft ?? tnii sis* if .1 h perfect rendition Kcarf Included It Is a gain." and we (luatHtittt It Chas. M. Sticff, IN k~at Broad - lin Inn, .ti.I \a * Headquarters For Building Materials. 1 keep all kinds of North Carolina and Virginia 1,titulier, dreaeod ami audreaeed, 8t:in?;l?., I_Kt}>r Door?, aod Blinds, Lime, < etoent, Caletu? Pla?t?r, Pia*f??riui.- M-ilr, Bolltliiigaiul I'aviuK brink T id and Iron Rooting, Oat autl \\ ire Nail?, ail alutis Ready-Mixed Paiota and Dry faint.I Ineaiad fill Turi ? ; loe, Dryer Varnish and I?,wie> W bite Lead, Paint hrn.lies of all kinds. Win.low Ule*? ami Patty, BullUera Uatrdwaue of all kin,is. Tar !?? i blag Paper anJ tine Hriek Kee?i 'arge stock of Sewer Pli .- and Pire Clay Pipe. K. D. Cole. A. B. Botts $ Co. Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Agents Offlee 111 Commerce Street. Represent, slxteei llr-t etaas at .. ptvnlet. Rates low a. the low??;, an. loaiaa? iirornntlv ?.?'n.'- -?,1 .?H i-?- Lir-*??*.awa i .? NOTICE TO PICKLE FARMERS I am un? ready toatakeei i Uasila with all farmers ile.lrn |i to reltivatt ? crop ot pickle. lor r? ii? D oil POtt, ami ?oltcit your pat ron a?e nt tie highaat market price, "anew", ti? p. t i.-urn terms of our ?matraetn, v. U. FnaVa NOTICE At a meeting of the Oemocmtfccontailt tee of the First Congr.??>.?oiiHl IH.trict, held In Newport Rewa ua tiie 12th day of March, HHIS. it was lieci led to hold tbe primary election for the purp.ee ol nominating a Ilemocratlc cainli.ltt.te for Congre?? from First Congre??ii nal Dis? trict of Virginia, lietaeen hour? of sun rise and sunset of the 18th day of June. IMS. Thoae desiring to be voted for in said primary election are required to notify th? Chairman ot the Committee of tin t fact lu writing, and depor.it the ?um <>! four hundred dollars with him on or be? fore the 11th dav of April. 1906. T. J. Downing-, Chairman, 1 .anca?ter. Va. J. Boyd Sear., Becty. MR. WARNER MAKES CHARGES Mr. B. H. Warner, a candidate for tie Republican nomination from the Sixth (Maryland) district. In a letter preferred ehavrgea agalntt I)i?trict Attorney l>. W. Baker and P?yton (?union of violating the President'? order to official? agaln.t utlng their authority fur political pur? pose?. ANOTHER CONFEDERATE DEAD Mr. Jame? Maatln, a Confederate vet? eran of Spoteylvania.is dead from cancer of tbe stomach He wa? To years old and la aurvlved by hie widow aud nine children._ MR. BENJAMIN JONES DEAD Mr. Benj Jonea died at bla home In King Oeorge Friday of typhoid fever. H? I? aurvlved by bla wife, tlx children, cue titter and one brother. CURRENT COMMENTS lat.it. . :.| ?Inter W.I-..me MU? Mr It I Hiayde?. of Spot-vlTaula.wes tier.- Krlday I I * Harri?, ol Sputey Ivaula, wo? in the ctty Saturday. Mr and Mr? II. It DfchBBSW "f Lotilaa. are here Ti?ltliig th?lr ulecs, Mra. M. H llltt Mr? 1 ora Tru?l .W.MIeae? l.iute Beagle and All.-? Wit tur- Me??r? Arthur With)r? and J.ihu laeksoa, were itneet? of Mr. ami Mr? t ham Tru?luw Sunday, in Stafford. Look In tmrnaaf window- and in Jon??' ?tor? ( limn,.i? gansata aatsral rosnen These are the very aewee? .1 sat ? I? ?u?t backfrosB Hew York,and waaia ?very body to Ti-tt hi? ?t Mr?. I. I.. Jaeobe, ?>! Bsslilaa who baebsea vieltimr bat mother here, re turas?boane Friday. She ?a? aifi.m jianl. d hi her l.rotlirr, Vtr. Ileul.eii Clark. ,,l i uateeville, l'a. i;, t boas New Fork. Josas mai lu? m minora Kl?ht ?loag by freight ami expresa the ????>?t ni (aebtoa'a creations ar.' i. _ina MWIeery, ailks, 'If' -?* ar*???<!-. laney (oode of ail eoria Every day we trill ?how ti -w goi a? Mr- M. I. Hcngsje, al"- lia? brea ?ark tit th.- home if bar narrate, Mr and Mr?. .1 it t oi i- bettor. Hilt" >, il ?.- B the Hew hue ? f tin.- iiiubIiii underwear at Lotrery'a I Mr W ft Bell ? hsdaspriasd and con II.1 tO blS h lU.e The tine ?vnt h W"'?. d UM .1 I?I II ! N,,rrl?' jewelry ?ton- Isgiv?g ?""fat ?at l?fa. ti"ii it.?. .1 H Lulu. Mr l' t n Coaway, Mr itt.d Mr? \V. I. Itraiinaii will Isavs for the Metho li-t ('.inferen, ?in it 'atok?, Tasedaj MTeetUI ara wiling "Msrry B Mu?!.-at 1-",- The s Bonns and waits la book to,m are always [9 ? i.t? 11. urii.-r A Co. \ healthy spot I? Fn-dVrlekebsrg Horaas, like men. live to be oil there ? Ti,!, tvat> r l>.iiiiH-rtkt. Mrs D L Su,in, Ml today lor Haiti mote. Philadelphia and S?s Vork.wbere ?le will pnrcbsieeberapringmillinery. Dr.Btaan ?. ftehtoa, brot?rrda-law of the lat- Dr. 1' K Nlnds, ka? decided to lor?teal Coloatal Ihm. b to prat ties hi? pp >f- - The T. V Brest ?tors Is allowing a ebolce ??lection ol new spring drees goods, ?Iks, wbite goods, ladn-?' ?ult?, ?kin? and abln wa See our new atgart ?"..'I? Th-.v are baaattl? designs In ringe. Ins, ml inittoi.? Ac . ?Xpert hand engraving given treason sack i ? III i: N irrl Tbomaa S Bbsphsrd, mamm-r "f the Smith ?ogli .: ,-!.- ? i o?pan] . I"r.,ler sight at the Kit?;.- Il-'t^i Mr HbepbeM'a ?anj bin lir.-eti, wiii'ii Jim ?lints bsaattlull] iiiiUheti vrai h and eon of e>-l( or Inn.. nghly equipped Fred ibnrg I'ati? Gallery Is prepared to make lt. Ali work guaras ? In evert reaped Mr. W. ft. Mon, tire. .,1 l'hil td. Iphla. ?i?-nt Baaaay in st ?Cord ? it? bi??_itlj w baas ear ws Ml a trial order (or "Did .: 1 Bye," ? ?? bava asad? a eat tomtat a ? entnrky wblskey, i~' 50 per irailoii. Bearj Daai - Mr w II. Pitsbagk, "f fk?ebant, Misa., la are visiting bis ?i itbi Bcbool as?dala and class pin? Ma ar. i t" fu- iii-h aebools w it!i it,i- la!? at I e?-*t price? Arts?!i. tutu t eaarrai h,k free at ft s. Kmrhnaa'a, tli- J.-wi 1er Mr aid Mr?. Melvilla Btrastwrger, Mr as.l Mr? Milton Btrasbsrsjer and cbil dnn. M ger aad M sa ield?, of Baltimore; Mr and Mr?. J Judah aad daughters, of Biehaaond, I Mate Suudity ol Ml V i. Stt?? dnrger and lataily. Von need a watel ' We bar? watches in all - ?,ta g >W aad ?liter If i,'" lu??.' ,-tn old Ii.. ,,ii I wat. ii l.iltig It .- ,| wa it ill allow .mu exchange l.ira brigbl up-to-date tii:-, ? ? B. 8 Kaatsnai the Jeweler, Mr M II Ii ?lifer?, uho ha? l?*n ?ln itlag hi? family bars for several da.\ -, r. turned to Waehtngti d Baaaay night Mr Long?, who ha? bad t be marniere mciit of Mr ( V\ right'alarm ol MiOacre? near Hut her (lien, Caroline count.v, tor several years, i? dead ?Baaovar Herald. Mr. Atwill Burrue?, ofI'aroliiiecounty, glad at his home March Nth. Me?-r?. Burwell Lsavsll and Qonld tiiaii Mala?r,of Washington, visited rel? ativ sand (ilci.de here Saturday and Suudav. Mr?. W. 1. Ii aunan bu? returned trotn an extended rtuy in Baltimore. Ml?* li.??te Ci ?-ley. of I'rederlcksburg, and Mis? Alice Graham, of Alexandria, wete mne?t? for a few days of Mr?. Geo. VV. Liiii'iM k. at the Baldwin House.? Hamilton Enterprise. Mr. John Aahtoti.of Roxbury, Spotsyl vanln, ha? recently returned from Indi? nos, w here he atteiiiied the funeral of bis brother, who died there. Hlnr? his return ho ha? received Intelligence of the death of hi? motherat Warrtngtou, Lancashire county, Kngland. The Wonderland Atnuseuivnt Com paiy, ol Krederiekeburjr, gar? a ?rat? ela?? sntertainment at the Masonic Opera Houea, In Grange, on Monday night ?a?t to a mint appreciative aud? ience. The feature of the ersnlng was the mat y very realistic moving picture? show n. The company went from bare to Culpeper?Grunge OasarvW. Mr? H. II. Wallace and dauglit?-r, Ml?? Kleti Ma?aSS, left Monday lor U u-hii;?ti"ii, where they will meet Mra. Bout. 8. Knnx. They will return home Tueeday, accompanied by Mra. Knox and child. NOTICIO TO I'UKLK KAKMKKS We are ready now to take enntracta for ?eason 1908. Illglientcaeh price paid Call on u? at Brooke, v'a Jl -'I M. K. I.owry i Company. NOTICE ?Vice seed oats and best grades of ferti? lizers and corn planter?. Aleo full line of all kind? of feed? at lowest prices for ca-.li floulware 4 Son. mch10-fiam MARCH FETE Th. Ma", h Pat? ni l'y Hilan Hall Cri tiny night, un 1er aii.pi. ?? .I VuttgW? ' ill.lary o( baptt.l church, was lirai..) I- rtp'r. d In cl'i UHir.tM.Iloe?. w hub 111 : to m une extent, with III- n-.ult. Th? o Im? ancle? were had weather and a dark night, there being no ?-In trie light.. aod the alarm of tire, between I and In o clock, whirh drew away the crowd The In.11.-? ?ucceeded. howt ver. ne they it I way ? do in ?ucli undertaking? In real iiing truite it ?Hug ?urn for ? hurt h work in aiidition to the Jack Baratt afean*! March Hace, which ?nv ? si amaaemoat to tiie ehttdree at w?n a. grown |?.iip|e. rvfreahm. nt. were ?old The niurin-nl program eoaanated of to Ion by Mr? J. H Proctor and Man Ed tii'iii.toti, a pianola and aplnuiograph. th? t wo latter managed by sir II F Bullock Hotue cake?,etc . I. ft over wet" dt?po?e<I of Saturday. DEATH OF MRS. M. E. HOMES She Wat Mather of kt-i. N. B. Mjtstlma. of TMs City. Mr. Martha K Home? died at the home of her ??iii-Iii law, Mr. V It. Mu.sel inan In this city, Saturday morning at un . nr^v lion-, at un ad va:.. ? .' tga Sat le anrvived by ata? eoa, Mr M II of Toluca, Str.lford n rUgh'ar, Mr? \ n. Hntattasaa.of thtacttj leaa wet*held iiere at t>;?boateRetarday? conduct..,! by Rtv K a Wiiiiim?. aad .< ii l li me. at i , in Ktaffoi '. - ? tiie Initia! look place Sunday ONE OF THE VAUCHANS BAILED S..I .mon Vanghan. colorid, mie of the Vangbnnt-roth-r?,of Stuff.ml. triedla Ciirj. oration Court he?e on charge of ?tealing boa i-otitniidtig money and papare from Herrleej < Pike at Wide water hint niimnier. jury" having failnl to airr??. male application through III? attorney?, M ?.?r. Chicbeeter A cinche? ter. for hail Judge Qoolrlek Itedball at fono Vaoghaa't father w.nt hie aarerlty. The trial lia? traen ??t for May SOtk liraiit Vaiigtian who turned State '* n i dene?-. I? ?till In jail h?-re awaiting triai. Jame. Vaugunii. Jr., wa. acijuitud. DR. BRENT LOCATES AT COLONIAL BEACH Dr. In l.andon Brent, of H iltluior?. ?on of Mr. T. N. Brant, of thi? city, ka? locatedal Col.mini Beach.We.tmon.latid coiiiity, for th. pritt-tlit? of medicine He has practiced at the I 'ulveralt.v of Mary? land Hospital. Mercy Htispltal. I'ltt* tmrg; Hay View Hospital. lUltlmnre. and a? a a? at ral practicing physician In Baltimore. FUNERAL OF MISS ANNE J. CARTER The body of Mlaa taaa J Carter er-1 rived here fron Vaabbartoa Saturday ? .ti t n-lJ.tt train aud ?a? taken to the City C.-nittery. Interim i,t ma I. in ! the family lot gar view ot the gm?,. war? conducted bj hVv c K CutnnalDge, t by- Kev. Jante? II ray lor, of Wttshlogtoo Pallbearers M.?^r?. J \* ftdeote, sws lattrvtlle, Dr J N Barney, Samuel \V, odhil.lge. 1' V i; i Baals MR. W. THOMAS JONES RETURNS Mr W. Thomas J.u ?-. arrived bare from I .iy.rt.ity Boepttal, KaltlttOI?, Saturday evening aad w.nt at onra to Mary V\ n?hliigt oil Ho.pi'i.l w In?!? he will re.t for ?ume lima before reaaatag bnalntaa BU trteoda are eocoa raged at . irablt condition Baexpectatooa to lie out mid about n? u?ual. SMALL FIRE The tire niarm w a? sounded Friday night ?ihout '.?.In. cauae.1 by n fire in the residence of Mr J W TTIIIlaati. na upper 1'tiiu-e.s Anne St. The tire ih-pnrtu.. lit rtopoaded with eieaOant work. The tire origlnatni In the kitchen, which was deetroyed The rem 1ence was damaged tered hy Insurance with ?. B B itt? Jt I'i ft large crowd gathered. FISH SCARCE AND HIGH Freeh ruh ar?- ?anrm la our atarkaf Small i|titiitititif? of rock, perch. bass and pike, with very few herring, are brought over from Aoma and Potomac Creek? everyday Hock are ?elllng at 18 cent? per pound, herring at til) cent?|??r doma, (art- lO to .".O celile, pike 20 to 30 cent? and perch 10 to 20 cent, per hunch Not more than half d< zen ?bud have been caught to far. ENTERED FOR BENNINCS RACES Mes.rs. Dnfl and Jobu M. W. (ireeo have shipped three of their horses to Hennings, at Washington, to contest In some of the race? there at the .priug meeting, which opens Murch 33d. They are Essex, Golden ??low ami Red Lion (?old.-n tJli.-w will start in a raei on March Jilt h FIRST DISTRICT REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE At the Convention of First District Re? publican?, held at Cape Charles, tb? fol? lowing District Committee was appoint? ed: i A. McKinney, Cape Charles,chair? man, S. B. Hardwlck. Westmoreland; H. Libbey, Hampton; R. S. Bristow, Middle??!; C. U. 8m4th?r?, Cape darte?; C. M. Harris, Caroline. WALLACE MEMORIAL WINDOW The Wallace memorial window, do? nated by tbe late (apt C. Wittar Wal? lace to St (ieorge's church at a memorial to bit parenta, hat arrived and will be placed in position In tbe church this week. It Is a beautiful work of art. GOING TO CALIFORNIA Mr. Charlea Miller, of Philadelphia, 1? here a guest of bl? nek*, Mrs. Augusta Bode. He la en route to San Francisco and Los Angele?, where be expects to remain for several month?. NOTICE TO PICKLE GROWERS We will contract tin? season for cucutn ber pickles, ripe tomatoes aod green bull nose pepper?. H. B. Dane, tup linten deat, Fredericksburg, Va., will give In? formation a? to pi ice?, etc. Alart i McGalre, mcbl9-fl.lt Frederlcktburg, Va. The Conway, Gordon & Garnett ...NATIONAL BANK... f REDERICKSBURvS, VA. D-s?osiT8 Solicited. Negotiable Paper Discounted AU correspondence promptly answered in sealed envelopes. Handsome lithographed check books presented to each customer Merchants' business cards placed on their checks. m Bank Open From 9 A. M. to 4 P. Al. 0 LIST OF NAMES Otirsss Was Sifned PattUoe asUsg fat tacst Osti?n Faction The follow ii.?r nan - . . : to the, petition pressa ted tu t?.- i irporatioa Court eekuiK for a local option election , to be Is-! 1 ' i this i ity.whsrh w a? ordered to be heii on Taseday. May ".. I'.mi-., it Juuue Ho, Iriek on Theradaxy ?waing. The ii?t aambsrs ?Mil IH thee? - bSSa ?t'lek.ell off a? no, i'ialltie.1 to Vote j at the Ju.-!<. tion Bet T s Daaaway, ! ilra-k. il B Berry J. I. Brauer. K. Il Uvnderso J. K. Bawling?. Joseph Walker, I I' m ?am-. K. L. Jone?, J M'l ala B 1' J h Mslwars M. I' 'ianier. B I'. U C Footer, WoosBasg, J J tiarner. I' M. Scott, C. K. Pratt <i. Krank Tnaberlaka W. I. Brar ua r N Caaatagham, J. T. Lay ton. J S Spier, J It ItoHetir i. J t?. Courtney, M J Llttrell. W. B. lioolri.k. K. A. Krankliu. ki I SI B II Whit. - S S. Bradford, Ben lluiiihra? . a. a. j John llano? k B. Hale?. B. (?. Hell ill, T J Baydoa, .1 It. I'.rr.v B J Marehali. B. H. Thompson, Crank (?ouMmuii, Saiiiilel Kin?. Uso. W Proctor, ft. l> Hemp?.?. J. K Alrieb, K It Cartier, W. (i O'Doaaell, L Aahtoa Dodd, Jud Coleasaa, K J Btabrey, O J. Owvae, 0. W Bowling, w ti o lioim II. 8r S il Keiiilali. 1. A. Weaver, J. W. Uaeter?. Jame? V Turner, (ieo A Mcl'alley. Qeo I. Vint. Kichard A. Wheeler, T. B Carneal. F. I? Bow?, Biilu? I? M.-n liant. Jam. ? C Howe. Jatne? ii Juhaeoa. K. I! rete?. .1 1. Maxwell, l>. <i t.oulim 111. \V r l.ittrell, W. (i H.-riidoii, K A W llllani'i. John K <i tildtnai'. B II Powell, w H Parker, L. II latton. Jo. 1 l.avtoii, C. II \\ H. w Bowliag, \. II (?oo.lri.k. |i W stria-,t. J K Bitant, 1> i McMillan, B <; Perry, W. K Bell. John C. Melville, John T I. i liarl. ? M Mills, M. K Lang, Salmi. I Coil m in. It j McBryde, M a Maredea, K M. Young, Jr.. M !.. Lathram, P. \ Ii Con way, lie,, A. Mill?. It Aabrey '?'. IIHams. pberd, John K (?otildinini, Jr :i M. Butler. S W Soinerville, II B ? J c IVroeybouerb, I, ( Nll.ile. i \t Cartas, I. ii Blackley, p c Bowasaa, M II Mi ii?. (I \\ Mdialia, .. i Smith, il B Boalware, J. K Tonn km?. m. K Marehali, K N liooiruk, J K Ii abersafce, M M Bckearode, A I.. Br?lle, II. I Hi?.. J ft Mar-h all. It II Harri-, W illiatii Hani-.. . n Ware. P . atoa Harri?. ti M Bun.: .1 S l.u-a?. V B Mttaeli man, 1 .1 Walker, I? M Key, Heurt Dansa, Bat s \ Browa, J l (irant, J. L. JoIiiikoii. I. - \ Hot ardr .1 M C, U II |,'?ter. B C Ocker, M. I Oswal i. S I. 1 ?ter, l B II mai Jame? <.,?',In ? John Beck. B G I II Mu John H B-Ullllllett. (? B. Davis, U McUhee, S i: K t?t burn, W B Waller, 0 K Fleming, J P. St II. (i,-,, M Bant,Jr., Krank Brckwlth, S B Civcv. ( I. Hildrup, H P. Qonldman, B.C.L M. Qeo s, raaags, * H Buansll J. W Williams, M .1 Tile-, W m A idereoo, .1 N Baraej. .1 r.-in'aii Morton. J W Carter. ? ? I inptiiii. .1 B llerndon, Tli 'iniif Staiar?. I 1. WliHlit. C K Brair.lon. I J S Bowling. I W Bille: ?. c ? .I.Mi ? L J. Payne, ? I Ittel-. 1 Vim Durs : R S M lit, Qeo. Atnmoii, J W 1 a H ?oaag. T 11 Harn-, .1 W Maesleuian, M P. M. Il ni.ell U .??. t. W .1 McCalley, I> catar Bdwards, I H Hart. ii w. Uoyd, J H Light, Alex , Qilmi ire Harrison, Krank K. Tyk r. H S Busaell. M.Q. W ilila, W. Bastaos Moacurs, N-!-,n C Dec ?r, Qeo ? Naah, -l H Pn et..r. Krank l* Lattch, i; N Soathworth, K. M. .1 J. Wnlard Adam?. J. Piad Hr [ BALTIMORE CONFERENCF. M. E. CHURCH SOUTH, MEETS THIS WEEK The Baltimore conference of the M. K Church bout h will lie hi Id at Uoanoke oa March SS. Bishop A. W. Wilson, ?f Halt'iuore w ill pre?1dv und Bishop M. A (aieHer, of Qeorgia, win ai?o t?- pressas, Thi? conference l? one of the lurgeet and ?troi geat of the forty conferences In Vlie Southern tirancli of Methodiem, coin pri?ing over ?-to minister? and nearly 60, U00 member?. The Washington district 1? the ?trong eet of the eight,Into which the c. ataisacs territory ie divided BeV. Dr. E V. Keg eater, of Alexandria, la pre?iding elder. Having bad a ?ucceeaful carter In the twenty charge? of his district be will, no doubt, be returned. The.conlereiice will last about a Week, and will be attended by vi?ltor? and delegate? from the Kantern t?how of Maryland to the Southern extreme o! Virginia and West Virginia. There will not be many ; han? ? by lim? itation. The twenty-ttve mlulaters clos? ing four years service Include noue ai the eight presiding elders. Among those who will have to lie transferred to another charg? 1? Kev. J. U. Light, who lias served tbs limit of four years hers. It I? asourcs of general regret that Mr. Light cannot continue here longer. MARCH WEATHER, SNOW AND WIND Snow fell here Friday evening for An hour, accompanied by heavy wind, and the thermometer (ell rapidly uutil It reach??! freezing point Saturday morn? ing. Saturday wa? clear ami cold and there woa ice. Warmer weather is promliied. _ SHAD Shad have reached the Great Wicomi.o, the mouth of the Potomac, the Kappa lian nock and the Piankatank river?, in quantities. They are being caught and snipped to the large rltie? in tataU i|Uaii title?. It 1? ?xpected that ?had will liein thi? market In number? in a ?hort time. REPUBLICANS TAKE NOTICE. Ou Tbur.day. April 2nd, s p ni at the the Court House, will be held a matt meeting for the purpose of electing a City Cbairruau and City Executive Com? mittee. All Republicans are requested to attend this meeting. John C. Mellvllle. Chairman am20-37 al-2 DR. TREAKLE ACQUITTED The trial of Dr. H B. Treaklefor shoot? ing Wales Ward ?tided In Lancaster Cir? cuit Court Friday night. The jury return? ed a verdict at not gti'lty on plea of tem? porary insanity. There was no demon? stration. Dr. Treakle wa? congratulated by hi? friends. Judge Wright plac d Dr Treakle under a peace bond for 9500 for aix months. Bond wat promptly executed, tome of tbe leading cltlzena becoming his an r? tie?. CARNEAL MAUPiN Mr. Otho J. Carnea), of Caroline coun? ty, and Mita Mary Ethel Mauptn, of Chariot tes ville, a teacher at Bank?, were married at tbe Easex paronage March 11th, Be?. 8. B. Overtoo officiating A reception waa g1v?n at the borne of Mr. J. 8 Cernea! KING GEORGE NOTES _?? ?'. Mnt.h 21 ill .f Mr- R titters at I. Chilpe I ? ? tr ? I hi h. r ; - .- traa a enawattrat an I d?-Not?.il n i ???' ' t ? ?? Bethudi?! chert .i Ik v. ?T. U Patea church, t? nt the Sara!. Lr*gb H -, Norfolk, under traaftr.t ti r n; citiH. and though th.-r?. wer.- eomplira uni?. Dr. Leigh expect? au atrium re ?ult? Mr Battveaerved Kiogti orgecli . nil a? paartof f n;r y.nr?. and was great |y U-loy.- i by tile |?-ople ft- wa? ..lie of the miner? in fi.tmliig a Law and I ?rd. r l.-agii? bare, which menu g.1 Rev. Mr Jame? preached twice last traak at Colonial Brach,end Ueoi ? that attractive and peuagstrotia town II- will preacl? th.-r.. each fifth Sun In . - ? 'i. ti- r Mr. Kirkp .? - from Pitt-hiirg. Pa. who r.i,,,v purchased tkeprettj bom*of Mr? llnrr_. Mili? ni the Potomac rty. r, ha? I ik. n pnaeoaaioo, aad eapetrte to epead the spring mouth? I th- re ill. I brunas W ni u..-. i ! i'ni?' urg, I? a gu. ?t id hi? n, phew, Mr. Klrkpetrtck, at Stony I'. li.t \l ta i: Ina \rn id 1? \ i-iting frit-ud? nt Colonial '? Mi?? Charlotte Taylor I? n guest of friend? m Baihttda. Ml ? ta'elit In the lower pan ? ? I ,,,) (be attteodn em .J bj th ? dl Mart i Mat ?- r. tu.ued to Washington for the -pr ug Ail th ippahaaaoeh dl.trict will clos? at the end of ami month ? Motion, which will ba next Fri? day. Th?-.. hoiil-i In the oilier dlatrictt win have aetvea anonth'a ?aaloa. Hi it -. Mr Jameeeipt teto l?anme hi? appoint tur-nt? at 1-l.-t. Inr'r. i impel the Amt Sunday morning la ft prit, n? the imellpoi h i? disappeared. Ti? Bandai - i ?maeBnptlst church ha? opened, after b?-;ng cioaed for . a uioutli or u. r I .- ? | i THE OPINION OF AN EXPERT Th- follow i g letter lu retirenea ta Mr How ni- i ? sptsa ltd home explain? Itself; Richmond, \ a . March 22 It) 8 Mr A. Randolph Boward, Frederickt burg. Va Deal Mr Boward I thank you for the pedigree ol Royal Swell, th-?on of Bot? Bell?. 2 1 Rachel, 2 081, m boa I look upon >t? one of the richest bred bor?,? tin-world has atea When ate iii.'i-t I will have a .tory to tell yon about thia elegant bay stallion Your two year-..Id colt, bought of Mr Janvier, i- royally bred, loo, and in your band? ?11 make history Barely. When Janvier bought Royal Swell I wa? tiie rl's' to simk" iiiii by tin- hand and offer congratulation?. Th.- It .w Bella family Is gt ? wh ti that glomm, ?ou ni K1-. t'on. ,-r mid tlie world faino i? Btaotifol B Ils was mated with dau? h ht-of Bed W ilkes nnd Baron M i k ? w. nderfal resulte Were obtain.-i \ iuk:.ow that this l? true I am gtatd to ate yoer faith so wisely dl moii?frated a? in the prtOsnl instance t- tboea ,,f H a II 'I- I', i- i. \\ Ilk??, e-c Th. y n pre? lit th ? ? ata ni tbei ^ ll.-s r-'.l. . Teh , \\. J. Carter. PROCLAMATION Kti.M . - That 1. Her.t Mer., -.'f .rlii.lati.tonc inf-ct.-d with smallpox, or trau bes beea ta ana tact with the .iii-a-.t' 'in i ottilng on tuv prrmi-e?. util, r p- aalt) ol m t urcat diepleaenra N'n nmr? shma manihd un? til thi? slliictlili pass II-1. ? n Mener, Stuff ird county. WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT M Temperatur. i ? a ta ? 15 7i;? 4*= Hi SB 4 1 17 80 :ir 1 1! r.? ci; 8S M 57 9$ 21 ? The M an That Wears The Packard ...Shoe... lias the satisfaction of knowing that he him on hin feet a shoe that for neatness ami style is unexcelled. They are worn by men who care to dress well and who want a shoe with a mark of Individuality about it. We have some beautiful Spring Styles ol Packard Oxfords Price: $3, $3.50, $4.00 W. H. BR?LLE & CO. Fredericksburg's Most Pro? gressive Shoe and Hat House, 921 Main Street ,.l 3 _ I't Cloady frac? ? Pt. Cloady JM I't Cloady - Clear - Cloudy Trai-e Clear .02 Chancellor MaKes The Price ! Spring' Farming' 1908 Amen, mi V. i . i hi in?:, fmiii J<; to on jmlii>n high. Barbad V.'lre titni BaatOatn, St.iii?Ti??r !???. IrTlfle, Blgj a' andBpring li Harrow?, The Beet Manure H?rendem, Th*> I nglnee. 2 to ?*V Horn? I' wor: Saw Mi!,.. I'.irtners Fnemi Corti I'rill?. with atnl without f.Ttiliz?T alto, t?mente; the Moat Ian prvved LVeam 8epau-atore, nil aixee; Band and Borne ana Hilling Cultivator?. Form Wagon?. Carriage*, lirjg>rien, and other Vehicle*, Tnr Rooflnc Pnper aad Capa, (Hiver (lui!.. I Piona, K.trni. >r?' Ftwmi Plow?, Chume, l'haine, W? Il Bot kit?. Bftnden, Bonn, aad other Farmlan; Impjinnnet bought for cash In large qaaatitin aad offered ?I th.? tare loanat rama pri<??. REMEMBER THE NAMK AM? VI.M? M. S. Chancellor FARMERS' SUPPLY STORE, Commerce Street. New Spring ...Dress Goods Displayed on our tables and on our shelves and on the counters are Fashion's Newest Styles and Colors in Striped Panama, Striped and Check Suitings, Beautiful Mohairs. Jones is just bacH from New York and has a complete selection -. C. W. JONES Auction Sale -OF Valuable Horses,Cattle, Farm? ing Implements, Household furniture, Pianos,Etc. at "Bells Voir" Farm, in Spotsy 1 vania county, Tuesday, March 31, 1908. The following will bs disposed of: 6 heavy Mar, ?, I with foul by German Coach ??U?t." 9 Colt?. .' Mule Colt?. .", Cow?, 1 bash 2 Yearhasja 4 Berkshire Shoat?. J IS M. It. Turkey? (breeding stock. I BO White Leghorn fair teas 1 International Manure Sprwader 1 McCormtek Hinder 1 Deerlng Mower. 1 IVeriug Hay Rake. 1 "Farmer?' Friend" drain Drill, with g-ra?? and tertuliar attachment. 1 Double 14 In ?Sulky Flow. :i N i 20 Oliver Flowe. 1 two horas Corn Ptaatar. 1 Steel Harrow. 1 Steel Land Roller. 1 Sulky Cultivator. 1 Common Cultivator. 1 (iardcii Cultivator. 1 two-row Corn Cutter. 1 twelve-foot steel une horse W'eeder. 1 14 In. Urass Seeder. 1 Vegetable and Orchard Sprajing Machine. 2 hand-pump Sprayers. 1 Fertiliser Drill. 1 Potato Digger. 1 Fanning ?1111. 1 Corn Sheller. 1 Well Pump. Pipe, etc. 1 Sheep Hipping Tank. 1 Mit-gal. Gasoline Tank. 1 flfty-gal. Iron Kettle. 2 Knameled Iron Bath Tubs. I loud Id?. Fairbanks Scale 85 Canvas Hay Cock Covers. 1 lot Hot Bed Sash. 1 lot Tool? and Hand Implements. 1 Ktmball hand-made two seated Open Carriage. 1 Studebaker hand-made two seated leather Top Surrey. 1 Studebaker hand-made on? seated leather Top Buggy. 1 mi' or two ?eated Buckboard. All have Pole? and Shafts. 2 Farm Wagons. 9 Hay Hacks. .1 set Work Harnesses. 2 ?et douille Buggy Harness. t Riding Saddle?, etc. 1 ?ot Household Oood? and Furniture and Stove?, etc., including one high grade "Haselton" Plano an i "?ngelus" Piano Player, with Reed?, and M piece? ?ask lor anaaa Sale commence? '.i a m. Tuesday, Man h .'II. 1'.?>?"?. In case a rainy, bad lay, Sals Wall be postpon.il two da}? latVr. to Thursday April 2, (IN, at ?H,!:.- Voir" Farm, old Terby Home stead, netr Hamilton's Crossing, Spot sy I vania county. Terms?Cash or approved notes. A. R. SOLLE. John F. Scott. HARDWARE ASP HARDWARE SPECIALTIES Main St., one door below Ohas. Wal? iase h Bro. Full i.^e of General Hardware. Barb Wire, ?uns. Pistols, Razor?, Knlvss, etc., will be sold at red need prices to suit the times. Money ear, be saved by purshaalag at fteotf? ?????dwar? ?tnr? CHICHESTER?CO. Firs, Life, Accident and Health INSURANCE Best Companies and Best Bat sa. Hew? lett A troolrk-k Building, Pi laissa Anas St., Frwisrfeksbure;. Ta. a* (iet the Habit of Buying Your Shoes of ED.TIMBERLAKE, -? tangiven tbe gr?aient i ,,t the l.-:i?t coat. Itemem bar be ia located now in bm rtew noam tit '.h?4 Main ?treat, next to Joaas' Drj Oooda Stun?, aad he ha? some eepecial ?hoe value?, uniting the many are. A Woman'? Dongola Kid Lac?, with pat-ut leather tipa ?>| ?A and plain common gatem to???, all solid, ai.?pI.OV A Woman's Yiei Kid Wucher. lnrg?> eyelet?, Cuban ttO f\?\ The Brockport Shoe for Women, thai baa galant] for iteelf a reputation of being the lr*>?t in its chie* by It? own ?hoc t? O (\S\ merit?, ot. . ?pO.Uvf The Timbering* Sime, for m?n,without doubt tiipbeet. in Gun Metal. I.aco aad Button, Patent Colt ami Hox Calf, *0 (\(\ all leather?, OOn price . ^V?\?\? Ed. Timberlake, THE SHOE HAN Watch Bells'Window FOR THE Great 10c Display W. A. BELL & BRO The Furniture House X 926 Main St X MY NEW SPRING STOCK ...Dry Goods... I? now"r?atlv hir your iiisptvtion. I can ahow vou all; the new thing? in vFawft GiiihIh at hard time pricee.which include a large line Chambrys, Percales, Madras, Ginghams, Cali? coes, Dimities, Linens, Long Cloth, Cannon Cloth, India Linon, Duck,Linen Lawns, Persian Lawns. 40-inch Lawns, Laces, Embroideries. Lace Curtains, Table Linens, Sheets, Sheeting, Pillow Cases, Bed Spreads, Towels. I am ?uro you will be pleased with my carefully eelected atock Woolens for Suite and Skirt*. Agent For May Mant?n Patterns, 10 cents. If you need a Trunk. Suit Cam or Handbag. I have what von want. The gooda 1 ahow are standard, no aecond or job Iota. I offcr th* beat thing possible tor th* price. A . H. WALLACE, FREDER1CK8BIKO. V*.