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VOL. XXIIT, NO. 87.
Oevot* o Kfrr ulturai, Commercial and Manufacturing: Interests FREDERICKSBURQ, VA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 29. 1 of Frederieksburg and the Tidewate .v- fj??.^^ 908. PRICE, 3 CENTS U.S. DISPENSATORY DeM-xIbr? the PTliirlp.il In-frrdlrnl? i ?ml .?in. ?1 in I'r-ru-na. Are we claiming too much for Peruna when we claim it to be an effective remedy for chronic catarrh ? Hive we abundant proof that Peruna is in real? ity such a catarrh remedy ? Let us see -what the United States Dispensatory says of the principal ingredients of Peruna. Take, for instance, the ingredient hydrrastis canadensis, or golden seal. The United States Dispensatory says of this herbal remedy, that it is largely employed in the treatment of depraved mucous membranes, chronic- rhinitis 'nasal catarrh , atonic dy ?pepsia 'ca? tarrh of the stomach .chronic intesti? nal catarrh, catarrhal jaundice 'ca? tarrh of the liver , and in diseased mucous membranes of the pelvic organs. It is also recommended for the treatment of various forms of dis? eases peculiar to women. Another ingredient of Peruna. cory dalis formoaa, is classed in the United States Dispensatory as a tonic. So also is cubebs classed as a stomachic and as a tonic for the mucous membranes. Cedr?n seeds is another ingredient of Peruna, an excellent drag that has been very largely overlooked by the medical profession for the past fifty years. The seeds are to be found in very few drag stores. The United States Dispensatory says of the action of cedr?n that it is need as a bitter tonic and in the treatment of dysen? tery, and in intermittent diseases as a substitut? for quinine. Oil of copaiba, another ingredient of Peruna, is classed by the United States Dispensatory as a mild stimu? lant and diuretic. It acts on the stom? ach and intestinal tract It acts as a stimulant on the geni to-urinary mem? branes. Useful in chronic cystitis, chronic dysentery and diarrhea, and some chronic diseases of the liver and kidneys. Send to us for a free book of testi? monials of what the people think of Peruna as a catarrh remedy. The beat evidence is the testimony of those who have tried it ^-V) Wood's Seeds if Va. Gray or Turf / Winier Oats ? , ! i_'l_lu Woods F. ii C ?:.,...: . ?bout Farm Seeds '? . Rail Planting, Seed Wheat. Oats. Rye. Barley, Vetelir^. Crus? and Clover Seeds, i'tt?. Writ.- for < _ f;,?-. T.W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen. - Richmond. Va. ??Wood's Crass a.id Clover Seedsf Best Qualities Obtainable and of Tested Germination. TWO DAYS Labor Day Excursion T.? ITaaMagta- ?i-i it. F, x l'. K. K. Monday, Sept. 7th, 1908. Train laaras Hi-'Iiiiii'ii-l Muii.lay at !> ?n. iai.; n-tiirluiiir, i.-m.-r I iii.m Mutton, WnHliliint.nl, Tu.-s.lay. S.-[.t. 9th. at it p. m. akarp. Round trip tare: Kieh-Miad to WaahtnfftoD, I-.T5; Mllfor.) to Wash < ,i-i..ii. f I."">; riedert-haljam >o W'asli iogtoa if 1 50. I'l.nty ??r i-arn ami n.? ? rrowdtajf. We go, toko Or ohEWb liVfrfiili im-iits h<?l?l on tri-iii. Train ni.tps at all r.-i/ulur tAuttOUt bMM llliliniiiiid and QaaatiM an?! at AI.-iHi.drla. j. M. 'rii.inipH..ii a Co., Tin-olil r.'llal.li- i-xi-iirnli.il fiiaiiHir>.rs. For Sale for Sale [a order to mM-b Um ?state of ?lie late B. W. Mills I hnve for Hale a Complete Brick making Plant lid Outiit mmgjtbj new ami ready for OHf? tlon. A Hp?emliil mnivll plan?, ?han wlii.ii then- le none NMv, Write He or Call and See Me Alvin T. Embrey, Adrar, of K. W. Mllln. CHICH ESTER'S PILLS i?i (???!?> imiii, I A.I. t-er l?r.((m ? k. a ke *? ?ilt-r U.r mTreme ?asi i a . .? m ? n>H-Traa-a iTI.tM? a.? ?mi r-li.l?, k-a? r-??!?it_?tta,!lr-t.^._"..AL.-riUtAtmiAe SOlBirfMHJMilSrsmRTIlKtf ?Hi?T? DEAD IN BLA7TG MINE Explosion o? Gil Cniii of Escape o? Men in Burning Sn3i?. rWENTY-FiVE BODIES FOUND None cf tue Miner? M I Burring, But A- seated. Twenty-flare Mulea Alao P Mirer'? A: of O.I Caured Fire, w.i c.? Cut 0<( Communication With the Surface and Prevented Rescue?Six or Egrt BuJ.cs Still in Mina. Mi ? tuul ? ? ! ? Expl It l- Im] ? - r u nalie- ! Ih>- ? B| Baaiea Th.- Bi top of 111? shall Hun.lr. Into th. air shaft, I ?ill tl . up thnl \? I I running up :m ! shaft. Lut M ? .1- loan i thai I buru.-i! 'I'll for th.- ? The Hall? M. Hall. r. it ai ? dlrec-UM roa?!. Tin- pi I n ..? - The mine is oae ..f tu?- ? in th?.- southw. -t. JUDGE NEARLY PERISHED Wandered Helpless and Dazed For Two Days On Mountains. wandering bel pi? ss and alna, without food and i.-r n. ? Ro-lertck Bailie Roanbaner, a S jurist ami author, staggered In Drake hotaL Fot two Dichte and da) - th.- Jadge hail !.??? n ratal; .-? ???. trail, and he was halt .'? l???siire when he foim.i shelter. With ?arcfiil auralng Judge Rom bauer. who Is seventy four years .il.! la axpectad to s-n.n ncover. Afral.l to lio ilown for a re-it. lest In* wnul.i fr.-rz?. t.. .I.iith. Ju,!i bauer ha.l k.-pt constantly goin| h?. Mparat-4 irom Mm B*ab< i party with which he start.',! from Hal lft gla<-l?*r. and which ho l.-ft to Bake the ascent of flag? p?*ak Mori I mxiii 'I'lio juilno Is belii'vetl to havi- wan? dered thirty miles or more. Coldest August Day In Years. Mew Voik. Auk 17.- A terrific ?lown pour of rain, lasting more than t??en ty-imir hours, ami atton.l? .1 by ! ?? ?oldest August weather .\.-w Fork has experienced for twenty tlir?-?- >. ira, was responsible for two Maths W, i and great property , Mor?, than Ihr? inches of rr. and th. th; Tiiiomcr as tll'tysix degrees. The Rale i tr?>es and leveled fl?-ld crops in the vicinity of New York. Ate His Brother's Wife and Children. St. 1'etorsliurg. Aug. '.'7. ? ! are K'v?'n in Yulrutsk newspapers it a ? as?' of i-aiiiitihalism among t. maille trlho of l.atnuts living oa th" Hier KorkOdln, in evtr.-nie iiiirtiiw st l'i 1 < 'lie i,! tu- Ill, ?i- : i? ratal with hunger, ate the bodies of his brother's wile mil ttmt ?lirhlren. Tolstoi's Condition Is Critical. St. Petersburg, Aug. . per* Male tkM Ooaal Lao TMsaoaTi condition Is v. i > kiiuv. :*.?? i,a suffering for sonic tini?' r-ast with ill latlon of th? veins of his feet, which more r.niitly !???? am?- .'omplicat.-.l l.\ an attack of intlm-nia. He Is snffer lajl greatly from weakness. Snow In Maryland. BaltlBore, Md.. Aug. 27.?There was a light fall of snow in the suburbs ot this city Wednesday night, aod dur ries are reported Irum other points In Maryland. _ Tba reason o woman says her prayers so faithfully leso that If any thing goee wroug It won't be her built. \ i Or AUGUSTA ?S SUBMERGED Is Unt?er From Six to Twelve Fesl of Water. IT LEAST T.'REE LIVES LOST Brt-rikmrj of V i Dam Let Loose Great Flooo <t V/.iter. Which Washed iid Cut Oft Commu nlcatic-n Fro.n the City?Estimate cf Loss Placed st $500,000 ? Two People Reported Dead and Nneteen ng at Camden, S. C, When Steel Bridge Was Wsshed Awsy. I ? ? - ulnit i gusta, which the c.i . ? . ? ? m ah ?? - ? . i miles adding to tin ? .? to more . dam i re ?? i: !??? , - of all the financial loss ..ill, :i mark. Th?1 Union depot is under t ?.f watei. and in the residence district ..ii Q re eta in?, i th?- water Is - ? I. . |. Kin! slowly rising. Tbs ot church Is In si feet of water. The report of the fires in the N \on warehouse! cannot be confirmed, but returning from near the vicinity ?.! Augusta, an,I a t-l?*Err.pU operator, w? , il,l not get near enough on account of the water, sail! that the Ores were burning in iln* ?rlclnlty of the big warohousoa owni'.l b) tii?- *--'?'. m company. Two De.-rd m-i Nineteen Missing. Atlanta k special from < its twa Urea the re? sult . ! tl?, ?.. (ill -, away ot the steel bridge o*rer the V I al that plot e. Win i-,-i has baaa I ? il. and it is not possible at this tiiii?' to verify the report. Officers Pennsylvania P. O. S. of A. Haxleton, Pa., Aug. Il AI the state camp ?o the Patriotic Ordar Boaa of America the ?lection of the following ollieers for the i-nsulng year were an noiiir. ..I President, J. Calvin Stray or. York; M.-. preaMeat, Dr. 1) U lint Ongton, Johnstown; inspector. Sun u? i Drown, Turtle Creak; stat? gaard It i' liarnos. Alt??.na; master of ?.ems John B. C.rlfEth. C-Tbondalo; s'ate conductor, John li. t*.,i . P i.i Ipebui - i I.-rman Mill Uleatown; Charles Philadelphia. Boy, Four, Dies In Fire to Aid Sister. Aii.iitown ru An? -7. Pour-year old Clarence Maker, or Sher.rsviiie. nave up hls life in sn a_or*l .to save his s.?, 1 sister. Mm nie. who was fatally hiirnert. The girl started a Ore ??'Uli keroeeaa when the ran azplod? ! In an instant she was ablaze, and in his attempt to SBBOthar the tlames the hoy's clothing cii-igh? tire. Although an Older brother throw him in a trough of water, the la r to death, la trying I - lighter Mr. K-ii!. r w.i Drowned In a Sewer. New York, Aug. 17. .lohn I.ynch. a s?w,-r department employ--, had on? of his feet caught beneath a cellar pipe while working In a sewer ami was drowned. Two i ompanlons. who had gone ??th l.yn?h Into the narrow man hole to op? ii choked pipes, stood on th?- iron laiUler li-a-iing into the sewer and saw the man eagulfed by the w.i tors, di'splte their frantie efl drag him out. They di.l not .push their hold on I,y nob's hands:, however, until he ceased to sting -1 President of Ecuador Critically III. '.'lit. l"-< u:idor. Aug. 27. I'resi dent Alfaro, according to public ru? mor. Is suffering from a serious attack of heart failure, which may prove fa? tal at any munn-nl. If a man had all the money there le In the world he could blame ble lock because there wasn't more. The thing a woman admir?e ?boat her husband's business sagacity la how nearly successful It som?-tlmee la. TAFT GUES FRIDAY Will -cave Hot Springs For Tishlng T?ip On Lake Erie. Hot Spi Ings. Vu . - ? ? rm I I.:.!.,- I.r I! : ?'clock on Friday night with Mrs l. . Ill:,' 111 JIT, day morning, and .-.' d.'lll- : . He w il! !.?? in ' ihe ait. ? travel Island from '1 Mr. ' ? ? on S r ' a C a ?ill prob.il ly lean f'-r < .1 ? ' MAN EATEN ALIVE BY RED ANTS Lay He!p!ess Two Days Willi Insects KnawiRg His to ly. w hi :: I farm trip ? >n the way be be? -. ? ? an. r dark ? and otb ?in. BRYAN GETS $19,438 Treasurer Makes Firat Report of Dem? ocratic Campaign Contiibutions. Chi. : What was an? num.. ? .1 aa ib.- Irai okit . of < ont i ihm ions in the pi. -nt na tlonal ? arii|-.i!i-ii was .ni.-i.l. -by k? II. frsssnrrr o* i he l>- mo. tional eoiniiiitt?'?'. The stal with funils tornad in by li?,' dally ipers and -'I'lie ?'.m mon? i," th.ir i i.ntril.utious r.-aohini; a total ol | In conncetlon with t1 v, .ti.ioie. of the - ' lirul ? ' ? i be hi i .1 from Inter ? CABELL WILL AID MAYNARD He| i-M-nthtlve Maynard's 1-?.! ei.r Sea C. Caliell. tn the Second dtetrlel pii inary, Is BtU voten. Holland carrlid Southampton and lele of Wight counties. Oabell ann-?un?vs hi? Intentioii of help Inn to re elei t Mtt.vtiar.I to Com;!--mm mer the K?.piibMc?in candidate. I ,awr.n. ??? I i n. ner. who will make a strong *lt?i.t to car? ry the district. DROWNED IN GOSHEN PASS f. .1. Falkenliack, chemist for the li.mhen Iron Company, was drowned Uedi???day while 'boating with N..K. Kentiin, treasurer of the ?wuh c? mpany. While going throiiiili Ooahaa Tu??, their boat struck a boulder ami Faikeahaafe was thrown out. Being iinable to ?u Im, he sank, tile body was not -vcov.reii. TYPHOID FEVER IN WASHINTON Typhoid lever continues to Increase In Washington, according to the health authorities. Forty-four new cases were reported lor the past week and 20 were reported cnred. MILLIONAIRE VETERAN DEAD Carey Wright, millionaire, agod 7li, died at 1/exlngton Thursday. Be was a naVvH of Rockbridge county, served through the elvtl war In the Confederate lines, but later located In Idaho. King ?id ward chang?e his attire about three times a day, and be orders about ::o new suitsevery year, ami at Bucking? ham I'alace, Windsor Castle and San drlngham he keeps a stock of about -'tu ' _ The more you worry the eaaler It Is for you to lose out. A man wlthoutenemles leapt to beshy of friends. Be sure you are right, then go ahead and ask your wife. Moet people shuffle i.ff this mortal coll before tfasy reach the age ?il discretion. CAROLINE PtRSONALS Misal a gu.Hi this s Mr. B W. turiie'i t N . r . .. j .uni H ?ton w h?, h,?- i,tlv?sa1 White Plains, speiii l - ... i. town a gaset ot Mrs Mi-- M irg.tbe popular ? y . inng ri - .. ? I.. r.. iitr-t ; -- piarty gr?, n I j n u. Mr? R. A foghl ..| bj | Master B r i M . . ? Mas? rs ?ii and M Il?on . t,. Mr 1 Th M?as?, i Co.. w. r.- ..-i, -?- IM .1 ? II. It II . . ill-, Mr. M K. 1 Nori . wh.i Utifton I I Sulphur Springe. R.vland, of Bichmoud, Uni r W. L Hr. .. Mr and Mr?. W. i . t?. WIIIIk,' Rich-1 . l'lie l'inigl.- leracj .-l-?r.'-l t tu.- ?), illars Inriii t i. ersam, I Uta Hem, i - . r Boa 111 s ?Chapter, I I) C.wlll U- h.-ld W. ? September IM . ? bu-iiet-- ..n ' f.-lll'l l? - 1 ' -? : utl? n. X V. 2 i LUXURIES TAX The total r. reaoeol the Catted States 1 *. ? ? a ~ fr..m ?pirltii ?as ai 1 j-,17 1.1M.H1 1. ..- *_' Hti pet . .jual to ^l 1.1" in?. ? Li til ? invention ? I ! ... - \-- lull,'II . ?it Hal TO DAM THE MEH1RRIN $100,000 to bi Spent in Dnelcplng Its Water Per ' lug to upend - ' I,a?> in . tli.ii n m?nimo m I cm 1h ?.' dam >t ? Tilt- ? a, ?truetloi uation pr, ? . -r U[. tie .lu,It will lie . .? ?tr?-.-' The - -?'it, f.?r MANY LIQUOR DEALERS QUIT Revenus Figures Show That 8,646 Went Out of Business In July The monthly StatsaiSIII tlona ol Int.rnaJ revenos ??! - .lu!?. I'.u - .0 310, which it coaapaied with July. 1907. By? far Mm . . ; irt ..T this ? ti"' - ?-:., - . rrit -. -.1 Dotsworthy decrease Is la re? ceipts f-, ira the reta sra" spe , i*?, I III This In retail liquor - dorlngJuly, will, h : ti,?Il li-gl-, . SEA TRIP FOR RAYNER W ye. K K-i ::? r. . ' from tb? a trip w it'. 1. ?? e,-t \? la, -??' .?? . ?. Kspei . ??M--?'**Mr??_-____M-M__M_M?_MM__i__M____M^ Rawlings & Son. ,l.1-1 pHi'ivci iiu.itii. r ?or of thecalabratad Piedmont One and Two-Horse Wagons. Grain Drills, Disc and Smoothing Harrows, the Majestic Washing- Machines Ainu Winter Seed Oh-h, ?Si*??ii Rje, Timothj i^-ped, Clover Seed, Orchard (im*?*? Seed. A nice lint* df GROCERIES, in fad nr, needed by the furmor and honeekeeper RAWLINGS & SON. B. J. MARSHALL Tbe Largest Wholesale tirocer is Fredericksbnrg ; i-vurj i hing bought la WUt load lata ami Special inducements Offered Town and Country Mc/chants Dealer In I.iuie. Cement, Plaster, an?! i? faeteTerytl 'miiiei, lue'clmnt or lueehau AI? -, Ftn?*? of Wo tba naaae aad plaaa R. J. MaBSMAIJu. Ktoa Just Received New Crop Turnip Seed Johnston & Pearson Prescription Pharmacy ?. K. WHEELER FUNERAL DIRECTO? ? EMBALMER Corner Charlotte and Princes? Anne Sta. 'Phone W, FrederleksbarK. Va. Open Night and Day Tele-rapb and Telephone Orders re ?sl?e Immetllate attention. P M CRACKEN, BRO. * CO., ? VTH01.K8AI.E A ?la RKTAII/? OROCEKtlaDil I.IQIOK DEALER? liltrl 1?i T-r>uae>- lIMIi.u FLUB RYB met ?in HB'i.? ? HI.nKiK* ir..t? ait. ti.ir. vtut *.i.? ksiiVB^IaMllerlM. Drailli'o., ?>T OSl.t. Boons C?a?na/ litjUltl-? ? ?> . ?>f K.aanrk/. Muaatcilo Ht.aa1l.r7. "I asirla??, sa? w. r. Osa-, at tmaetil.mstm. ajjeaas tor B-ra-er b Baata'a .east beet. Ote* alto ule stoi?l* ul tmsmf drotmetes, > _C!ic-!a-nal laaaraMie Sm?.. a????, eme , Otmeet Get WOODS' "Meal" IT IS THE BEST VALENTINE DiNNEBL, dner. ft Dasf?&so, Practical Machinist *;l- y F. k F Dapat, - lai *? burg, v? KKPA1S VOM a ?PECIALT. Est?mate, (nrnlslierl od eopstrnstioo, i-inr't.? ??H?p.??t?1 -.?? ehit-et'nnrtee John F. Scott. HARDWARE aBO HAUL? "TV AK It -PXOIALTlXt kftlu St., ine iloor below Chas W? - laeeAHro. Fall Una of General Hardware. Barb Wire, tluu*?. Pistols, nU-or Knlves, etc., wiil he sold at reduc-, to ?mi th?. time?, liooo> _a be aa.ee?! by ? _'?ha#**n* at EeottY College of William and Mary \MI.I.1\UM*.I RO. VIKUIMA Two i.un.lr?-?! ?nil Htteanth e?~. ?rlii? t.ii >?pie?iil>er 17th. liHi.s. Itull.l lnKs NKiaM and near!- e<?:. lighted ivitneiK'trli-ltjandeupplii-al ?!tn pure ?artesian wat?ir. Two ?mrass: 11) Colkt;??*.!? < ??or?, leadlo? to the ?le?--.-? .?< h. A., M. A. and I?. S. (1) Virroa ? '??ame '1 ultioii free and board at nr docad ratea- Hand (or ra._ak.jro. I.J..H U. Tjler, PresMeat, M. A., LI- U. i (? o la Tiie ! ,jiies ? I' n ?ehines art. : fitter ? ? Viler than aiv sgag, * ' his dis? tinctive provetueac ?n (1 ?- This i ; arc not oui . ' , tchilH ry bette chiii' this equipment is unique ?. - -?.here. ?I This i beca devoted : -.mg b en, each t > .ichine constructi per?or?ty? its iif Kppear on the ?? One i . any othi r Sinj any E. C. NINDE Mason's Best Grade Fruit Cans High-grde Tulip Rubbers. Sure to keep. Jelly Glasses ,TinC ans Car load Jars direct from factory. High-grade Imported Rugs and Carpets now in. Thousands of yards of M ATTING to close out. A lot of fine sample Brass and Iron BEDS VERY CHEAP. MR. FARMER! 1? 1 ?.... rerSTOF an?! THINK ?>f the risk yon are running by keep- $ Inny.iuri your pers-.i illtiest?! loss by FIRE. THEFT r CARELESSNESS should make yon cocsl.ler oar "Banking by iJ . , - *? ' Irnt tin? rniinj Inrlissnasets rlaarsil tij ' m ? :.r i.iu to start an aei-iiutit. 3rtat pnnf INTEREST. ? otnpcun-le?! semi annually, pe? Ccilt. ?paid on .s.v\ D?G9 .vvul'MS. V.m- in..ney with us 1? Ht?olat?ly sale and protected by the largset .-?;:.'! i r.,:ir itliuf Washington. ' PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK l.llliMiiM), VA. CAPITALs | tU'Rl'I.l S ?and 1'ROFITS, $1,140,000.00 a_________________________________________________BB__s WALRUS ROOFING The meat end-ring that modera and improved lai-buda laave yet prodo ?ti. H* ill not ooae an?! ran in the warmest weather. nor crack In the coMeet. Frank K.Tyler 1004 Wain St., Fi-eder? kabaife, fa. UP-TO-DATE LIVERY STABLE Meaars. W. J. Jacobe and Gaofffa Anaatroag hare formed a eoparlo-tr sliiti under the style of Jacobe A Art-natrong and bare bought out Iba ?table? of E. KL Wh-seter, on Prtaceaa Aaaa etraat. We are pnoarad to for alsli ttrst-rlaaa taama at all Mme* and all hoara. iloraea boogf.t or suido? commlaelon. We board burato by day or naoalh and thay will bare beat attention. Call on na. JACOBS ? ARiVISTWOlVa, Wbaeier? Old Staad. KREOKiUCKMKilM. TA