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4M' l>oTo?.\i- It a 11. K* ? \ I ? ?schedule eft.? live April 1 .' ! l??ave Krr?!?-riek?l.urif. Northward ? '. _>."> a m week dar?. kteaJ " dellv, 10-.".. a as daily, local; 1 m dallv. IJBB ni week .lav? B:S0 p ui. week days. local. 7 16 i m Suudai? oo'r. local; M 00 p. m d.m>. In ?>'.. ?. ? daiiy. Iieave r"rs?1er1ck?l>?irg. S..u? li ward 5:55 a m. dally, A C I. train.?. "1 a m. week day?, local; "v.'-? a ni Sund?n? only, hsal. lo .!'?. h m dailv. S \ I train; l*MS p as week daya, sueal; B>-*M : p.m. dally. A ?". I., train. ?VIM p m dally, local. 7 .".i i m dally, S A |.. train. I.ocal from Washington Billies I 1 :? ? ? a. m. week SsBBS Arrival? and departure? not guaran tse.1 w p Taylnr. TratOr M iBaajar t". C. Cos, Agvlit POTOMAC. FIEDtBICkSBlRS AND PIEDMONT RtlLMAD; ? ?. t??i a Be >? Is ?See? ?SI? w M.rhl ISPS l'?''J Mils? !??! ?i~i-< "truw -- - sassj Bo 1. karg. vj a. M k? .. r ? il ? FMlel. I. >', ?I? > ?lib. S M ? Mil.? I ? is r K <i.|i S.SS ? ?Mur? U? S 11 I? Slrlcfc S.SS II luiiw. ? ? II Hr.-k 11 <s? I 4? !? ?-??i - - ? S M II I ?rk-r ?M ?? ?.???> I? Sil n in.i , ?ss m K./M.n. ?SS M V.rttsr.?- .. ? ti n i.? rsjsi? 1I.0S M I olus.il ? 10 14 SS ".?? ? ios? ?? i ?j - II U SS I? orsns. I.. II? Oo?BSrtl?n? s? r'rs.1?rlrk.l"ir? wl?S H ? a c. B. B. aa* Mar/laud. !??>.?.?.. utl VlrgisJa Ban BBS l'o. A? Hr.ni? ?lib a.ml?i?rn K M ?sg Ckss.l?..k? S Okl.. H K Th? o?l/lias ?.. ?hs. kaur?ilor?.li>* a. 1 ??> S.rnsss B?kkisfl?l*s l.lHr> ???nflar?l T?m? ?sil/ .ir?,.?' ?i.??. W. H SICH. SI.S .t.. .?.du-. THE ARTISTIC STIEFF I'.ir over half ai-elil urv li is I?, n t lu- ni. ?st pnpuitir . f PIANOS ? It i* Iba artiat'a favorita lliatruui.'i t .-? I i ? i ?-. ? i from tht? factory to tb? !i??ni?- Term? -CaeborTfiae Chas. M. Stieff, i:?t,,i.......i i?i.? J IS Baal Hr.,nd Sir. i IK>,l,m,,i..l. Va I. H. SI.AI liliTl.I:. Mi,:.?p?i- I ^amasnMmttwmmamtsmMmmmaamLamamMmMraama Headquarters For Building Materials. 1 keepal! kinds of North Carolina auil Virginia I.niul?er. .lresf.-d and andreoe.l, BblagJa., Ij.!hs, Hnali. lHM*r?, au.! Huml?. I.line. Lenient. Calcine Plaat.r, Pln.teriug Hair, Bulldlugauil Paving Brink. Tin and Iron Rtxitnv, tu! hu,! Wire Null?, all dada K.ft.iy-Miii-d Patata ?u?J Dry Fuint, Liaaaed Oil Turpentine, Dryer Varnish itu.l l^-wit-V W hit?? lead. i-nil.t Hrilslieatil tt.I kttnl?. W'lu.loV. O.aawaifl Patty, Baildara H?nl*?tf Of all kin-Is, l'ai RooflOK, BU?thlag Paper aa.l line |\riek. Keep ar?-. etock ,?( hewer Plus auil Fire C?a? Pipa. I I> ' 't?le REV I. H. H?NDERLITE MODERATOR Lit Haaovtf Ptsibyttty Op??? In Rtctancad. I^a-t liai?,ter I'r.sli? terv O palled III Firai l'e-i,, i. r.? i , i.a?. ti. Bicha oad, Moud?aj . - aas ?Mu??' I I j Mel J J I? II?- | "?.Li? ier? ? n in ? laj? i. i ti.e tr,?i aartioa ??' ba?laa ? lU-v J II ll.-ii.1- i .?it-. ?,?a?t?.r ..f tl.e I're.bj tei ni'i >'iii,t,!i , I F"i?d.rk-e,?buiw, w.? uiiai.nii, ist e.tsi, ,1 in?,,lernt.,r. I>. gimpet Keli.'KK and W I. i',,,,k. .1 Hwhaioad. wet.- Bade il-rk? Mr Mi Faden. K'.i-liTii id. nade au addreea of H.-i.-iiiiie M.ssr. J w -, .-MM.? ai ?l .?? W Bmsmet ville are pre?-ut fruiii tl.e i'r. o?.? te! tan church ..I tbi? city. EASTER EGG HUNT WAS A FINE SUCCESS Tlie annual gamtet egg hunt of li' - ?uia.lonar? ?oci..t? "I that Baptist ?liurch hel?l Monday al ern.oii In the lar?;?- yard of the residence of Mr. J i?. K??we, was a sufce?-? la every wav, a ?rreat mam children enj ?} ing the occasion with game?, etc. A good ?uni wa? real's-*?! f??r the mi? ?1,,n cause Mr?. It J. lira?, s wa? ?It airmail of the committee, aad ?Le with the other la.lie? aseistin?/ her <I-.?ervc much credit for the ?ucree?ful manner In which the pleasant entertainment wa? coo'lucte?! CLOSES THE CASE Judge Ooolritk, in the C ?rporation cunt Tueeday, entered a dxr.e in tLe Farmer? Supply ca*e. directing tl?e pay meut .>f $ 1 '->."> ? to John Ka?eell, tr.ae urer of the old Fa-mere Supply Co.. to* benefit of policy holders and ifcoaa ? n titled to death benetit?. The Insurance department i? newly lae-nvpoiatsd ami 1? ?aid to t>e doing a worthy and beut nclal bu.'ne.s among it. uiemliere. This decree practica ly wind? up the suit Mr. W K Goolrick represented ihe com? plainant? and Me??r?. Fred W. t'olerimi? and ?Carter k Carter the defrndaut?. TO WED Card? at. out for the marriage of Mr Joavph Ki'lin?, of KiDg George, and Ml?? Estelle Klklu?. of Waahiigton, Thureda? evening. April 1:3rd. At home after AprU 'J5th, at Colonial Beach. NOTICE ~" Mice eeed oate and beet grade? of ferti? lisera and corn plantera. Also full line of all kind? of feeds at lowest price? for tsaah. Boulware k Bod. ?nehlurUm CURRENT COMMENTS I a?t-r Uover.hut the "Merry W ' remain Mr a II Iturkamp 1s In Richmond on husllMsMi. Mr, W Th>.? Joo.s I? Improvlug at M V. Hospital. Mr? 4 J Montague, of Rlrhmond.ts a gu. s. ..I Mr. M ti Willis and family. Mr John Waller Is ?ui-i-?-??full.v running the Davis In.use at the plains, Faui.uier eoui.ty I .mntonwealth's Attorney T Stokeley .'..leii.nn and Mr?. Ki?h.-li?-n t'oletuan, of Spoteylvanla. were here Wednesday. Mr? W. II I'i'/hiigh and ?laughter, Miss Setit^. arid granddaughter, Ml?? Jan-tta Ftrtghswjts, lelf We.tn-?.lav fer Atlantic City,where they w Id spsad -..'lie time M- ii Ms-atf Wa::.-?-. .,f it road Run. la ?a fl.ietoa sMspneisai id anata hunters bs shipped two weeka ago In unloading ..ne i r tie hortea sltpps 1 aad was hurt. Il>? urn. di?;..?.-.! . .f j. ' a loss Mr It ?' Perry went to Richmond We<|u??'av to have nu operation per? form-.) for ?une organic trouble. Ills wife Hi-.-..in|.ii?ileii him Mr. Psrry'a many Irisada wish him a *S*"**S*) r.-- ? nry Rev an.l Mrs H N M. ffett.whohavebeen visiting Mr? M 'a mother, Mrs .1 I' Qammoa, Ml Wedasadaj for staunt.m, ...attend IBeWaet lii.ti >v.-r Presbytery I? l..r. going to th-lr hoaSBf?t '?enville. W Va Mrs Moists, who I? a gr.iit favorite, has !...n s|m udti.g s\ \\?-k? Bsra among her fu-nd?. much t-> their plea?iir- a? ?ell a? 1er DBB. Mis? ntialksSk S. gar. .f LsTWisSoa, Is a guest o( tdlasffallls Montgomery Mr John R lto-l.ro is In .Richmond attending East Hanover PrsabyttT] Major T I'. Wullai-e ha? return.-d from a v i-it to hi? brother In Culpe|?-r county. Mr. 8 W S unervi?e left Tuesday morning for Mis farm la Orange -unity Th.- Starr piano Is m-omniended In the highest t?-rm? l.v l*r. f Fraklin. Pro! Howering U. v il n Barbar aaS* other g.I inii"iiians hers and .vi-rvwher? II WaJlayeCaraer A ?... Mr? \rtlarT N."??mi. of Baltimore.Is a gaset of Mrs Jeo R. ?joaabru, at the Dormitory Our apsatagl day? are past,but all day? are opening da. h now, a? we reo-iverx-w goods aim.nt dally at Mrs l> K. Smith A Co '?, the up todate millinery M1s? Beryl Ba*ber came up from Rich niond Bavtarday and ?pent Ka?ter with her parent? here When you want a t?eaut1fully finished photograph and cot. t llki'ries? of ?elf .r family, the thoroughly ??>|iilp|e'd Fred ?rlckshurg I>atls ?ialh-ry 1s prepared to m?U It. Ml work guaranteed first-clas? In ?very rmpoel Mr I In in Downing, of N r- Ik ?i>ent j Fast, r with hi- pari 1.1?. Mr and Mrs. j ti.-o I. Downing j Eplsadtd Mas ci gl .?-es. h?e, U-lts. rlb l.oiis rollara, Its?. ?Me and bark comba. Ml oa sp?ttal atsow Friday and Satur day of tin? w.ek at .' sl??r. I.arktn A H odgers are having a haadsnmi n?w front put i.i their store . a Ma:-: ?treet. Fire talles tllle.1 with pradv trimmed bs's at ?|??. ial bargain pries I ,r Friday and Saturday Bl .1 Oftaa Tlte.e sp??-ial prl.-.-s lor Friday and Salurduy only Mi?? Kiiuiiii Gold Hut. hinson.at. a. le r at tl." t oh. g. I.a? relamed from Rich? nioi.d wbtra aha apaal Eaater. ??rent ?alijjlav? at J..?*??'. Frldav and Saturday la millinery, notion? . ho-l.-ry. I? It? rollara and ad?es' ready to. wear garments Mis? l.ucy R.vrd Morton, of Washing? ton, sosal F-ister with the Eaa rjsSrkC I Hryan nt Staff >r,l ? H I Blths lore you Beaa the "Halrtighl i'rowns" at Isowery'sl Tie. are Indi. pSIktahh ? il h the i.. ? hats Miss Roteaos Matl.il.'e M itli.-ws. of li'eit Sort Ik. ?pent ?? a?ter with her friend Mlaa Beils Laetje Downing, oa Vain St Frida.? and Saturday will I? spsetal sale day? ? r.v. notion?, helt?. collar?, tie? and hosiery at Joaea*. Mr r Il Bsvrkamp, his d?. lined the appoint g< tit tie- Montreal. - oa ing to other en glkgelllrLt?. We wlli . ft-r ?.m Monday and Tues? day a line ol ?tyli-h spring ?nit?, teal u? l.y a ?anntactar? r who ha.it.. have iii.n. v Von cansa?- the amount he lost bjiarariag oaool them TbeT S Brent Store Miss Alma (?ray, ?ho has been the g:i. ?t . ( Bet aunts, the Mi??e? Hunter, has returned to bar home in Frcdericke hiirg HeSaadria (?mette. W h iiev? r WS till a trial order for "Old Bidebuard Itve," we h?\.- mude a .-us \ K. t.tucky whiskey. (2 BO r?er gallon. Henry Danuehl Co. Mr IC Hart gathered in hi? hive a ?wain ol Lees Monday H.- says In all hi? asp ?rteaas ? ith bee? lie has Barer known th-in to ?warm a? early as Faster before. Beokta yoar sdaaaaar Never mlnd.just ?ave IBs piece?. In ing same to US. We match l.roken lenses and Uli oculist?' pre scrip-inna accurately at S S Kaufman'?, the Jeweler. Mr? Hurls-rt Cason, ofCarrollton.Mo., and BtrafBlat, Mr?. K. Harrison, of St. I. luis. d.-legate? to the National conven? tion of Daughter? of the Revolution in Vt asl.i; gton, spent Saturday with Dr. and Mr. J B Smith and took much In? terest ir. tin- historie spot? ofouroldcity. Their father (apt. Win M Fads, of MIs s inri, was of an old Spotsylvanla coun? ty family. He ?as for many years a prominent lawyer?*! Missouri. Beautiful jewelry that will please any? one. Many new thing? for tbe spring. We are eh owing a v.r.v tine line of watch? es for ladle? and gentlemen. Call and e? e our di-pliiy at S. S. Kaufman?, tbe Jew? eler. Oov. Claude A Swanson, who ?peaks at the Masonic Bnzaar Thursday night, will arrive here that afternoon on tlie Richmond accommodation train and will be at the Exchange Hotel. LIQUORS AT RKDITKD PRICK??. Saturday, April -J." Mow I? the t??e? te hoy Champagne, Ota, Wh!?kle?,Wlnes, Rum and Brandy S[>eciul attractive price? Saturday. Selling i ut as admin Istratcr of M. l,ong. ?Malt-sSI :it Farms Wanted Wanted at once?25 farms. A. C. Oar rtkoD, real estate agent, (?ulneys, Va. WRIGHT CONFESSED Goes to Penitentiary for Eleven Years for Murdering McDaniel. Tappabaouoek. Va., April Jo ??. II. Wright, charg. 1 with Iba mur ?ler of T. C McUanlel la?t yea-. txlay by agilement with ?he Commonwealth in Kwi Clr. ult ? nurt, ???ufe**.,! mil ??? given a sentence of eleven year? and ?ii m??nl!i? In the penitentiary. I ?lid not reach the j,iry. Judg? Moll- ti. ?,f Petersburg, preside 1 in the ???->' BUSINESS MENS MEETING \ a ,eting of the itii-in-s? Me:,? \ - elation wa? held Til-s?lav mghr Presi? dent T H. Harri* pre-ided, Mr. J li King, eecretary. letter? were r.ad hy the secretaVy from 1,. K. Terry. Si. [,:,. u City, and I. D. Kllue, Valid use. Ill reler? ll.-e !?? ?ale of Southern Foundry property and asking for Information ab-ut estai.llshing a plant here for mauiif-n-turing gasoline engine?. A latMt w,? ?... ? id from Alfred i.'stgHi?' ... ra?an ate to a proposed liro.il gunge railroa.1 through ') ang. and Madison t-outitic?. which, b? s>?|.), wou,?l is* brought to tiiis city 11 ??lili leal ?tock t? aabeevibad f??r. The l.-iters were ?li-, -ii?-. d ttn 1 r. lerred to the pr,>??T ,'. n i, !!?? ? loi further ronaideratl? m ai ?1 repu ri Ihe f. ,11,, ?lug ?tan,ling committees wer.- aun,,un. Transportation?I' W Jon,?, ?hair man. A. W . Kiuhrev.J. It. Colbert, Dav.d Hireb. Henry Daanebl, A H Wallace. J. F Timb-rlake. W. A. M.!l. W II. Hur kauip .\,,n RcsMetit Trade T. N Rrt-nt, chalrmau: S C Foster, H. W I am-r, J \? Thoa?ai Pui? I,- lut? rest? T HeCracfcaa. chair man, M II K,,we. J. I'. Melville, B B Kuggle?. K A Kishpaugh. Manufacture??A. Randolph Howard, W. I. Hurrus?. Vai Daiuiehl Memte-rship?li Frank Timt>erlak'\ chairman; B. C Niads, J T Lu*arary, s. S Kaufman, tleorge K Jam - Advertising?T. M. I.arkiu. chairman; B. H Ja?-??!??, I M l'iirti?. J K Rol. gen I) I'. II iwinan. M I. Bowling. Hoaptiality?W. I. Hraniinn. ehalr man; J. T. I.avton, J M Gol Ismlth. W H.llrulie. K N. li.-olrlck. J. K. Tou.p kin?. le-gutlatnin?J. W. Adam?, cli'tirinan. J. F. Brown. (' O'Coaor G ...Iri.k Auditing?.1 F 0,'ill lu?an, ?hairmat-i J M. (irltlln, g C. Sind.- J VESTRYMEN ELECTED The following have been ? I it. .1 vestry? men of St. George'? Episcopal church: Judg? A V?. Walla?.'. ?. Blof A. Il Botta, ?uni, r warder; |; J Smiili. A. Randolph Howard. Jaita? A T Km 1?rey. Judg- K || I. Chicbe?ter. Hr J I Th iiapaoa, Dr. M M I.- ?i? ?. t Thornton. A D. Tap?c.?tt David 3. Forts.?, Iir II It 11 ?II Jn?lge ?Vallaos ?a? eteeted ?!? legate lu Episropal Coin..li to meet ber? on Mai J'lth. l.r M M Latwi.alternate I MSI n The 'oltowlag wer,? elected reetrym-n of Trli.ltv church. Capl W r. i ?... J.dui F Scott, ?V. H Hi, hard?. Sr . ii,, n Pearson' S ? ..r it Howard, .l,,hn T Biaoer. Jol.u 1). ll.iglu. John S Herr? DEATH OF ANOTHER CONFEDERATE SOLDI! h Mr a w Bobiaaoa a well know a and highly respected bUrkemi'h and ? ? Con leilerate soldi.'-. died at li- 1, IBM, li. ar Massapouax Monda? Bight, aged U years. He i? ?urvlved I,y hi- wldow.two soi... Messrs. T. H Bobineoa and Jnmpfa 11,,t,ii.son, and daogbtrr. Mi**? Doll v Rob? in-..:-, a brother, Mr Joseph u R ?blu? sa ', allai Bpoteylvaaiev Fanerai In ? momee Hedaaedaj at 9 I' M ? -ado. t.,I by K?v l? i-ittii- Ed*?r 1? I iterataatla the family bun nig gr, ,un ! CASE SETTLED The Corporation Conn has entered a 11 nal decree settling the Bffaii? of the paitnereaip la the c.s.. ,1 Kagau ?? kcoppeu. Involving Batters , ..iimrt, ,1 with the Thent'1 I'imps . Mr Kagan purchased all the propet t,, and the lease having l>een awarded to him by the court,h? w Id in a lew day? ois-n the Th> - at<> to tin- public ami aril probablj , m duct a poolroom in the adjoining sioie He wa? represented m th? litigation b? Messr? C. O'Coaoraad W K. (toobick. while Judge Kuibrey represented Mr Keoppell. STOLEN HORSE AND BUGGY LOCATED Chief Robiusoii located a brown utare, a buggy and harness, valued at $-<>.">, at Colonial Beach Monday, the pro(?erty of Jacobs A Armstrong. ,,f this city. 8 A Newman hired the horse und tmggv on March 30th and did not r?tiini Raw man ha? lieen arrested and will be brougnt here t> ?tan?! trial. Mr. W. J Jacob, wa? ?worn In a? a special officer and will go to Colonial Beach to identify, the horse and bring the prisoner back. LICENSES New One? Being Istaad The rush for new license? commenced Tuesday. Commissioner Howering, Treasuier Knoi and Collect r Kovve are at their po?t? ?erving the applicant? There I? only about a week remaining In which to ?eenre licensee before ?he old onea expire. TO SPUK ON CHINA Mr?. Jams? Woods, of China,will speak on the recent lamine in that country, on Thursday afternoon at rive o'clock in i lie Presbyterian chapel. Mrs. Woods isa native o? Frederlekeburg and e?,>erit the early part of her life hers She Is a daughter of Rev. J. P. Smith. I) !>.. tor niHiiy year? the beloved pastor of the Presbyterian church here. All ladies are cordially Invited, to le present. ' SALE OF REAL ESTATE Mr. O W. MrGaha bae purchase of Mr. U. C. Cox the latter'? residence on Willis street. Term? private. Mr.M? liaba will occupy the property with hi? family as hie home. The Conw?y, Gordon & Garnett ...NATIONAL BANK... rREDERlCKSBURG, VA. Dbposits Solicited. Negotiable Paper Discountfe All aorrespondenoe 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. M. m BAZAAR BECINS Officially Opened By Grand Master Eggleston. BRILLIANT SCENE: FLOWER DRILL Th - . >p? uiog ..ft' . .' var in th?-?.|?-ra House M-'i.day eight I.-tokens great s act ?SB It ?;.i riiattaaa every j Bight tin? week Th- interior of th? building i? a . ? .1. f..ur lar?;.- W. ?-Pa, li ?jas law p. nul si ? j ou which ate htiiidrv.l?. ol el?? trie lights of tweii'\ ...nd..' p .??.-, ranalag frogs ' the ceiling ta t ha nratra ol Iks ro .m. . a?t a brilliancy o\?-r ths seen.- ple.t?lugt<> the eye Around the rooms ar- the I booths, pr.-i l.-.t over by pretty girl?, their counter? Sited with every thing t..? tempt the buyer. Iron, the tiny doll SO tin- most Importas! adjunct ol theh >me, thsgaastovs terusa ih- hall are the les .-ream and supper room?, ,i -" l.ril iiantiy lighted waars Bavotsxl leas at all kinds and t. mntlBg viands aie served by prettv wi'itrc-?-? During the even Ing masse is rendered l.y a ?tiugbti.d Irom S ?*-ii - UK t ? .t.. I n?. ?ad?es wie. have . h.ir?-e ol th? - -at.iee. rlnnatuneats. ars Manager? rsf the ladies ilepartm? lit \l . \ H I ut.? Mr- Jolta E Matoa Sapper Roou. Tal.le Is:?Mrs ? laranc? R Unwind. Mrs .1 ?.iMett King. Mi?. Jennie Maitluii.i, Mis? Naunie Fu-k!?-:i Miasl) Table .'iid?Mr?. D. s. Basssll, Mrs larrlugion. Miasss < iut< Idt-M, Misa Kvt Tiler. Mis. Ma In- Taylor Tal.I.- :trd- Mr?. A B Uott Jjuditti Sh.pherd. Sade Taylor, SOWM IsBB, Bru.-ie Ooolrfek, I.aura BowSBM Mi??.s Bl-ight Tal.Ie Ith? Mrs. M. I. ?iis.v Mrs Dr. Smith. Mr? FC It. I. Mr? Norrls Mr? Win Blafca, Misses Donahue an. Annl- Uns Cavad? Booth- Mr? B. M Y..un? Mrs J P. SlilT.Mr? Rn-lu-i-oii. Mrs Wat Bernard. Mi-s.-s Sinn- Vat??, Basis Hun: !-v. Edith Harl.er. Country St-r.?Mrs. S I'. Sp W. A. Mull.ii. Mrs. I In?. K. eppet Mi?se? Mom ure. Bsaa't 1 li thj, Mrs ? ' I Howard. Flowt-r Bootl_Mr? Mauri.? Ilirsl - Maul Frnt.r.y. Beryl Bail, r.l'aji Waller, Alice Cole. Josephine Wtigh ; Sadie Tyler, Julia Uold.mlta, N'oraOoo I riek.Eula Benders? a Battis Whitebou? I Jacob? Hell-Mrs . W. S. Hit., Mis*. Su-ie IM.-ra.ud Mattie Miller. ; les ' r*. au. Mr? D D \\h?? :.-.-, Mi??. I Brails, Ida Lang. Bow ?nan, W hltehou? I n.i.nla, U .,,. n >.-. Mrs IT. I. Btaana Mr?. J. F Timtsrlake. Mrs. J. I' Row Mrs Feuerherd. Mrs. Cgbill, Mr?. Hem Dann? fit Cake Booth?"Ir? <>. L Harris, Mr IVrry. Mrs H I. M.tihee. Misse? Mai Loa Bowling Mtn .udsOB, Mrs. ?I J Armatrottg, Mrs. A B. Young. Mr Bak.r, Mrs L I. I. ?U->n. Miss Harr I let. Fond ? Ms Val Dunne! I, Miss I Una::. Fv.lyn N:i. I.-. I.oui-e Nini: . - ,u rv Fan... Tal.l. -'.lr- A \Y Km!.rey. Mi 1 Kowle't, Mrs. F J Su. it,. Mis?.? Ma ; ??re?eii. Mary Thompson, Mr? J,, 11. ilin. Jr ' Coffe. ? Mr- Bullock. Misiss M Steal anl Bsesis Hay,Ion It was 8 30 wbsa I'n-l ?iran.l Ma?l ?J J. Oniaa apptarsd .>, the ?tage ? i ?iraud Master J..?.-ph \\ i.liam Eggl ton, ol Richiuoi .1. w h i was to opea t I'..- r M isbti ??'linn lir.i'.l.i' KsaksM- m remara? appropriate iMin h.iiiu Master sajtwBrat j ?aid "Lttdie? and tieutl.-inen I have 1? -t.,,t toc?me hete aud opta tl fair officially. A certain gentleman. 1 head of this moremeat, whoat usm ?hall not .-all. Wrote *M word tlia would be expected tu atahs a ht 1st a informal a.ldr.s? 1 i.p'i.d. that ?ui In? exactly. :ii th? inlort and the brad I gieatlj I- ..r that j people of Fr> deiickshurg do not real your own Importance and Jour o ri?-: : la be prone* i-i joar position iu l tu?tor.v ..f oar (real country, and to i mind more Important still, of our. ? m. tba grtawel and beat i ( \ n ... ? familiar Irom your . with your history and yourt dltiotis Among those tradition MB incidents of ths hojhood ..( th-tt gr, est ol great ui.-.i, ?j.-. Washing! Here in your tow u he grew to laaatin here In your I...ig- he wa? made a Mas and you today preserve the ?eh.-?, pr les? and inatchl,??, iH'that moat imp taut ev.nl. I jiportaut, why.' Meca here and at thai time lie leaned I.-?? from Masonry win. h !..ue ititl ?eimd win,!.- WOrtS. He then learned to uiemlx-r that our tenets are liroth. love, relief and truth At the v.ry giuhihg of that Sagaar he wa? tan to gotera hi? life by the perfect potat temp ranie, fortitude, prudence p]-?( The eftei-ts upon his lut are life and .1 acter were in,ist marked He win temperate man in an uge of fashiour drunkenness His fortitude und. r >?? trial a man can Is? called on to >n.J was her. ne. Hi- prud.ii.-e wa? th.-el anchor of the Ameiican people In t hour of darkest trial and his jgstlce i sense of right were eul.liiii?-; nor was the only man thus moulded and tau t.y MBBOSSe it llu.noe Five of his no generals werv Mason?. Masonry WS ?trikiuK characteristic of the Contiuei army. Lodtre? ?ere a feature of alu ever/ rvglineiit. Washiimton retui theparaphernahaofa British army lo captured by hi? troops, under a tl ti truce and accompauied l.y a ba- . music. Ben Frauklln, the orai? ? ..( Revolution, was a Mason Filty t! of the ,"><> tajfattB of the iH-t-laratn, Independ-nce were Masons. M hat ttie affect of this Masonic atii.o,-p pervading the Colonie?? Those fall of our country wrote their Masonry 1 our? very organic law. They made you and.vi-ur children a Masonic re try. Then for the first time were cut and State divoned Ttien for th.? I time amotiK the peopl.? of the wo.-IJ the priestly order case lo doui-nate affairs. Prliiuigsniture ..?? tie n for tlrst time abolished. Tue idea of divine right of king? to rule over [?? by Dili -ritauce ended then. Our Ma? principles of civil and religious lib. were declared a? the Inalienable right a people, and the world wondeted t a country arise and grow, govel alone by those principle? All this we owe to Masonry, and now you here to "begin the work of BSBSBjggj thisTil.l Virginia city, where Washini learned these rulvs of Ufe, a huildiui commemorate that fact, and In whip preserve those hallowed relics, your success be all that this great c deservts, and nlay the fruition of . work I?- a? happy and joyous a? It? ginning. I, therefore, declare this loris fair formally opened." Then the volume of light wa? thr on and the crowd of .1? m people wei for pleasure. One of the feature? o evening was the tl iwer drill by fort tie girl? trained by Mis? Fdith Ba 'It was an interesting and pleasing i and the little tot? drew round? of plause for tbe creditable manner In v, they rendered it. Tbe door receipts flV^."., and the door . fie ring w handsome cushion awarded to j Kugene Connor. ' M.ii? m' nu. ras s sa Mr. Eugene Clowes and tbe h mental Quartette of Rlcboiot d, i found itself unable to be here Mo night, will arrive later in the week. Thursday night, or to the bazaar lance, "A Night in Bohemia." will t night of the we.k. Oovernor 8wt will bs the gui st of tb? lodge that and will make a brief address. H? commence shortly after eight o'clocl tbe management specially r?quest? one desiring to hear blm to arrDe eo tbat confusion may he avoided. ing tbe Governor's addresr, every. urged to avoid moving about or U eo that be may have tbe atteuti thoee present. A full atiendan Masons is ?specially desired to be p to welcome Brother Swaneoa. A man who can prove Le hae I knows be never bae to. FORMER SENATOR BARKSOALE DEAD al t.. The Free I. in?- ? H i.. . N ? Iprtl 2i lor:; \\ ?'11 I? Bark?! . . i ?-? ,nti?v. died ?t hla home tl, i? m ?mug at 3 ? i eumpt ?ii , og-d f ?rty-thre. yea-? He was m e of the l>est known publi?- men m t'ie ?t?te and was author of the Barks dal? pure election law THE BAZAAR Thriving Butines? Tuesday Night Nat? Feature? utftwt Ptomiser*. ftc . Etc .tie Tue-d.y. the -, tad aiffhl ?,f the Ma sonn- Baaaar, era. .vsa a giw.aer.ae noa thaa the drat, both I? polatulat. teadance and receipt? vim h tu th.da appoiiiiiii-ni ol the n tnagrmin' the big ?l-legaiioii promis. I frota Washington did not c.ine and !? ?? ?hat r?-a???u i-oul.l not be learn. ,1 l':n- WM :n pa? t made up by the prese'i. .? ,.f a i'|[- iiuinl?erof Mason? from ? . \ . Irla, who wer. warmly r.?-. i?.? I and abo helped ?well the treasury la DO ?anal !"??? \1r. tie,, II Braaa, the we,I known l . W ma reClVed W Itll etithu-1a?i?i and lbs loimtietsMing ht Inn WM*varied a- : adered ?a heautllul style. 'I be Ma ?ini'ar Club, of A!, saadria, was a ?le nled Isatare "f the evening lh i- p|?lag was of a I Igh order, and when Dixie wa? rendered a st.>rm of app'au? g e ted It, In the siipp-r room the It ?han ?tiing band plated ?luni.g tl.? > Ding There was a?l- Id- ! Improves? ?a! from the night brlore a? to the lea ?-ream aalOOa The Ice eren m Was serve,] oil the stage whet.' lier- ??a? plenty of room Tat nu. store era? agreat attru? tioii and laceaaaat pea'.s of laugh? ter W?re heard from it u? th" ?0 ??? ? ?? ; ? . '??! and ticket? prca all ,1 I r what they called lor 1 h ? ti.-ket? ae lo .-en'? and ? rarj onaeatitleetb?, t> eoane thing S,,n,e ?re f,,r Infant's s.'n <?? a-, I -? ? king. s,m,. ( ,r tin- finest brand? ol et ff ??. eoBM for whole strip, of breakUst bacon, eta N ?i e are for le,s than h ?if w hat I? eap ?dad and some for ten time? a? mu-li This booth did a land ortl.-e !u-ii ess. Th- aactloa tab attracted a larn crowd and k Ti ? Bab pond, umler the management ? f Mr?. Val Daanehl, did a big business I ,oi> surro'indeil bj i-hildreu eager to take a fl?h A prominent City Coancil man wa? also one ol the large?! patron?. F.Ve . ,M? entitles V.-U t?) a ti-bll'd a prii-. The r.ipts at the il,,,,r w. re over f 1?) i',,r the <l?,r ticket ?'.M'.? a hen I? ti- pi , e ?. a? awarded Am .: g ih ? visitors present we-, dan , i? .1 U , , ?In ni. pas! grand uni-!, r ,1 the DieUicI ol ?'oiumlia, ai.?l Mr. It F Smith, ol Washii,g:,,i, Mr Smith w ? chairaaa ? f the Baannh bur. iar in v*? ??h ingloii last year which raised f'.T.O'K) (or I ?ie temple I here. A Is'HUtiful HeaOB'a .-ml.'em, r. II-.ted with varied color.- I electric light?, loaned !.. Wa-liingi 'H M .s. ?:,? la- I"? ii l'Ut In I ? ,i- g ?? illy a Inn'? ?1 lio B' d t , ,7.1- a'e pre ?ente.] I,, lia, k-t ,?.. Hi- U iishiiigiou li iii-t . ?\ aahlnrt ?o Lodge, Ko 93 ol ?. . ? nclrua.wcre I'a-t ntaeterLaop It Rabeo. vYorablpl.l J K Shiiui. S.n ,,r Wardeo It W. Fu ler.J un o Waul. C H C-,llah ?ii ami S. uior Stew? ard C B Swan, PUBLIC BUILDING TKIe For Gtound for S t? Sallifactory ta Government. The minor detalla lo connection with title for ?It. for the public building for tin? , ity . hare all I .?-n aetth ,1 m a man aer eathdactory to the I S Uurerataal ,?u,l the property has t.u arcep cd. It i? . x|?-, ted that the f Jo not) addi? tional appropriation ??ill he made before Congress adj ,um? and that w??rk on the building win begin tin? summer. AN OU TING ? ) i Monday a ?l.-hghiful day was ?pent on the ru.r above the dam by a pan? of ladhe anil geaiUinen. It waa tateaded asa tl?hing trip, bal owing to high alada other awaeeia Dte wajrereeorted to and i be yoaoe people <i j ?.??-?1 theuieelve? very much. The parly consisted ,'f Mrs I', j. Charttets and" daughters, Mr?. Bailie Balioch ami ?laughter. Misses Nannie Asi?,!??. I.minia Morrison, Edith llai/.rman and Messrs Samuel Bulges?, Sainu-i and ?i ?>, li.aiuiig.-r, F,]di? and Blake. ORDER ENTERED Judge J. K Mason, of the Cucuit court d Caroline, Tue,,lav. on ihe application ?I \V Iv Baals ami Fred W. Coleman. attorney?la the ?an of I* D. Oaaraja w. Fred D. R ??? eatorae mm erase dlieetiaai Sheriff T B (?ill to sell all the lumlw take? int,? in? poaaaaalo? i.?-i<>iigiug t>? Kos? and to hold the proceds until iurtht-r <>rd- r ol the t-ou-t. TO HOLD MEETING OF CREDITORS Mr. C. P Car.lwell, referee In bank raptej f <r l S Pistrict ? ?urt for Knsierii District ol Virginia, has notified Mr Freileri. k W Cleman. attorney for T. W. OorMa, bankrupt, that he will hold he ?rst meeting of the .?-editors of sad OorMa OB Thursday, April .'tot'i, at the Clerk's olli ?? ? f ti,.- Corporation ?-ourt of this City The obj ct of the meeting Will lie to app dut a trustee, Ac SALE OF SPOTSYLVANIA FARM Mr. B. W. A?-..rs, of Baotayh anla, hae p irt'hase.l of Mr. Frederick W. Coleman, attorney for the heirs of John Ctauwell, I??',1, the f-tmn lat.lv owned by John Cranwell near Massaponax containing M.I acre? lor ?HiJ...? 0 cash M-.A?'??r? will take immediate p >s?e??ion This I? ?onsidered one of the h-et little larm in Massaponax vicinity DEATH OF AN INFANT CHILD The Infant child of Mr and Mrs Fuliss Filis dnil Sunday ??fermion near Fal mouth bridge. Funeral Monday at noon. Interine it In Stafford. BASE BALL Fredarickikurg Last la Theologie?! Seminary. The gam? of bas?- ball on the Athletic (?rounds Monday afternoon between team of Cnion Theological Seminary of Kir h mood and Frederii-k?burgC?>lle>/e re ? ulted in a victory for the Riet m ?nd boy? ?core 0 to 2. ST. GEORGE'S DEFEATED BAPTISTS St. Oeorge'a Sunday School baseball team defeated tlte BaptUt Sunday Schot 1 Monday; acor. 6 to 2 Fleming a?d Burton battery forSt. Oeorge'a, Willlame and Willoughby for Baptist.. COLORED BASEBALL A game of baseball waa played on the Athletic Field Monday at 1 p m between a ??<>!? ?red nine from A s h land and a Fred erickeburg team. Fred.rlck.barg won, ??ore Id to 9. - ? '?' * ?????? 1 Chancellor Mal?es The Price ! Spring Farming' 1908 American \? ire Ff?r>< ing. from 16 t?? H ii.Ii.-m btsjb; Pnrbe.1 Wire ami Staples, Superior Diec Drills, bmftm, and Spripg 1 ?? >h Harrow?. The H.st Manure Spreaders. The Rent Ott ?line Knginee, 2 to 20 Bora? Power: Saw Mili-, Farmer?' Priead lorn Drills, with ami without fertiliser attachment?; the Moat Iaa prov.si Oaaa BsparatOie, all t?smat] llaml ami lloreennft Killing Cultivators, Farm Wagrona, Carrb^ra?, liti.irtxH. uinl otear Vehicle*. Tar Routing I*ep?r ami Cups, (?liver Chilled Plowe, Farmern' Friend Plow?, ritiirns, chains. Wall P,u. ket?, Bpadea, Boa?, im<| other Farming: Implement* bought for ca?b In large ?|iiaiititiH?aml ?,ll,-r.,| ?t th.? very lowest cash price. UEMIMBSB THI NAME AND PLACE M. S. Chancellor _FARMERS' SUPPLY STORE, Commerce Street._ Ladies' Tailored Suits and Skirts for Spring and Summer This is the first season we have carried a full line of these and can safely say to you that you can get the newest styles and best fittings here. We ask your inspection. C. W. JONES With the Ap= proach of Spring Come? the desire of every lady to have upon her feet a neat fitting Shoe or Oxford Nothing add* more to her material comfort than a sboe that fits well, wear? well and looks wjsjj. You will find perfection in the SIL-KID Line For La? dies A Genuine I'at. Colt Oxford, ?oft M viel kid, with tbe highest lustre pos? sible to obtain, giving tbe greatest wear to be had from a Pat. Leather, $2.50, $3 00 and $3.50. Genuine Yii-I Kid Oxford, on straight and swing toe laete,|2,$2 50 and S3 A Gunmetal Oxford G. W , sott and flexible, a gnat wearer At $3.00 Women Kid Oxford, all solid, splen? did wearers, SI.15 to $1 75. Tan Ox., McKay and G. W? $1.60 to $3.50. W. H. BR?LLE & CO. Frederick ?burg's Most Pro? gressive Shoe and Hat Houuo, 921 Main Street llOW rfi?S. t?Seeds. We ?rr hew!,|ii?rtvr? for ?II Farm S>ed*~ Cos? P.??. So?? 8.an*. Mili.l?. Borghum. Ensila?. Corn. Crimson Clover, ?to. prlcw ?piot<?Ti,n request. Witte for ptlaas and Wood? Crop Sp.o.??, jiving Inter.-stln? Information ?Ikhii Karnr se?sl?. M.ilisl tr?e ,?n request. T.W. WOOD ft SONS, SEEDSMEN. ? ? RICHMOND. VA. John F. Scott HARDWARE J.HD IISDWABS SFBOIALTIB? Main St., one door below Ohas. Wal? laaa * Bro. Fall line of General Hardware. Barb Wire, eons, PUtols, Rasora. Knives, eta., will be sold at redneed pri?es to salt tbe times, Mona*/ aaa be eaved by parebaslng at Seott ? hardware star?. Oxford Time Has Come And Timberlake's Shoe Store Is the place to find them. His styl?-? ar?- exclusivc-tnude l?v the most expert mechanic? with only lita It.-st Materials used and made to w?aar, ?give comfort ami all around Shoe Satisfaction. Woman's Vi, i Kid. fat?I LaeAh- Men's Tan Oxfords, made on the er Tips, Military II.els, lilucher new ???dk last, ham! &A A?f| Cut Oxford, a strictly ??O (\(\ ?cited bottoms at.?art?"" up-to-date shoe at.mp*ma\?\? WomanVCornmon Senne, flexible' ?Ol? ??\for.l. with soft uppers, n Men's ?Sun Metal Call lilucher regular comfort (??ver. %>t\ fmf\('ilt ???'"l'os, a genuine ?J |* m.*p?h?\JU wearer and sure fitter at., ?f**??-' Woman's I'otiirola Kid, short .. . _ ? ? ? , -. , ? vamps, head sewed ,,r()<,,s. V.??n s Patent Colt Skin Plain Toe, patent leather tips. C"5 C?? lland 8e'r^,1 tWO eye,et Si Oil Cuban 1..-.I.S, ?t . efiC.OU pump."T*l. -TV The Ultra Oxford ... , . ?.*, j m re is Superb. All styles, $3. and $3.54 Ed. Timberllake, THE SHOE HAN New Location MM Main Street, next to C. W. Jones. ! The Most Practical Mattresson theMarket "THE SEVEN PILLAR FELT" Call and examina this mattem. Every one guaranteed. Remember that we are the sole agents for the Celebrated Leonard Cleanable Refrigerators and have just received a carload of them. We can -save you money by buying now. The Furniture and Carpet House W. A. BELL & BRO. THE BEST I MEN'S SHOES SfcJ Men's Spring Shoes We've ttis best ?be??tbe sort of ?hoes that bave mad? onr business so snceeestnl. - - Moderate Price Shoes $2, $2.50 or Shoe Luxury at $3, $3.50 or $4. The Best Shoes Made We bay from makers who have th? imputation for mas las; the liest ot M.-n's Shoes. We oarer offer our trade unoerUun shoes, but shoes we can gu?rante? and our guarantee is shoe insurant-?. The man who hasjbonght shows here is tbe mas who haa shoe eatisfactioii. Th? man aho ha? never bought here I'll not tel! job what he is, but he can learn something about shoos if ha will assp la and "take a look." J. W. THOMAS, *<??? ?? **?*???*.