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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and ?Manufacturing Interests of Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
VOL. XXIV, NO. 31. FREDERICKSBURO, VA., THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1900 PRICE, 3 CENTS Not a Drop of Alcohol What is a "tonic'"? A medicine thai increases the strength or tone of the whole system. V. hat is an "alterative"? A medicine that alters or changes unhealthy action to healthy action. Name the best "tonic and alterative"? Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the only Sarsaparilla entirety free from alcohol. Ask your own doctor all about it. Never take a medicine doctors cannot endorse. / ? . tUcr c ? . / ?u-cll.MHis. Without daily action ol the bowels poisonou?. product*, nuial be arKorbt-d. Then you have Impur?,blood. biliousness, htjdacht. Ask your doctor jrsiut Aycr's Pills for constipation. Don't Risk Your Life and Property \ our a't.ntlon has bsen vividly ettlied I . ih? aw lui . rim. ras-.ntly < o i ? milted In a . ount.v ol thta Mtate. wh.r. |w?i live? ?ver. lost and dwelling dr atrov.'t ?. ilelv (or the at kiiowl.de-e.t |.ur|,.i.e ,f seeiirliitt; money I ' ??? this not fon-ltil> lirlnu to jour min 1 (hat v oil' li'iiie nnay I?. tb? nejt In I?? en? tered and rel1ev?<l of Its valuabl. ?-.intent-' Hr 'ts-t v.'ur latully and ur..i. artv by d.posl'lus; y.mr surr.. in met In ih. SA\IS?i? HKPAKTMI.M' ol toe I'isnter. Nation?! Biank. It" hmm.l, Va . wh.r. It will heal.-olut.lv aale and earn .'1 per en?. Int.?...t t-..m|ioun<liad semi annually from ?1st. of depos It l?..n I deUy avril, todav lor I.? kl i. "HOW TO HANK Hi MAIL' Msf-tv alapnall boxsalof it?- at?"., te...In* . I .Wds, Insurant*- poll, les. .!?? . for rent Frit., f.l und upwarda Planters National BanK, gichmond? v>: CAPITAL. $300.000 00 SURPLUS ANO PROFITS $1,160.000 STRASBURGER BROS. Siit?e?t?.?ir? to Slriisluir??' r A Son, ?ill <i(i??ii it Wholesale and Retail Liquor House |a Hultinmre, Md., ?in May I .1 Watch this apara ft?r address. Regals! For Men and Women Newest Fall Styles Might now?todav?we can ahow you In Rega! Shoes all tb? new??, custom styles de? rived by fashion as correct for this season. The literals we have in stock are In shapes and leathers suitable for men and women In every walk of life, and proper f?>r every invasion. The RKOAL, standard of fashion, material and' work? manship. Is your assurance be? fore you buy, of style perfec? tion, of perfect fit, and of long wear. Regal quality Bet Its mark long ago, and todav it is famous throughout the Lnlted State?. Iiet|er rouie In at your tir?t opportunity and look over the Fall and Winter Re gals. We'd like to show them to you and try on your style and Bise. 5, etiea. WALLACES CO., ?SeUen of Up-to-Date Footwear Garden Seed! New Crop. Low Prices. Johnston & Pearson Prescription Pharmacy CORN BREAD When made from the Celebrated Brtdgewater MEAL Is always nutritions and palatable. For Sale By AU Grocers Highest Cash Prices I'aid for Prime White Corn. Tha Brldgawater Milling Corp., Inc 1,000 Tons of tuMf WANTED For which the Highest Cash Pri?e will be paid. John Q. Eurkamp Co. PLANT WOOD S SEEDS For Superior Crop?. Cow Peas The Bett and Surett Cropping of Summer Soil improving and Forage Crop?. Makes p?ir larxl ii.lr. niakes rirli ianil more pcoduEtlVE, and im? proves tin- condition and produc tiveorss of soils wherever ttiey ?re crutvn. The crotv e*n be cut for torture, rnakiutf? lartre-yicMing- and moat nutritious feed, ami the land can be disked afterwards?not plowed ?nialkiotran i.leal fertilisation and preparation for ?In at and all fall sown grains. All of our Cow Peas and Soja Beans ars- rsclaansd, fr?-.- from hull? and Im matul.- Baas, laatllui l?oth In i-leaiilliip?, ?ltd .iualll)-,aiul uf te.t?y1 (?-rniiiialli.n. Writ?, for r.rl?-i>- an.1 'Wood'? Crop Epvoial" KiTln? iIdu-Ij Information a u-ut ??araaoLabl? Farm '?.dr.. T. W. WOOD ft SONS, Seedsmen. - Richmond. Va. Syracuse Chilled Plows South Bend Chilled Plows Castings and Repairs for Both Carried in Stock. FRANK K. TYLER. 1004 Main St., Frsdert.-ksburjr, Va, Fotomac, Fredericks? burg and Piedmont Railroad. Tita? Tau.? No. II. IB BBtrt ?t 1 A. M. At(Ml 1, IBM. Dalla Milt. 0.II7 axo.pt from axrsut Wanda/ rrtd- HtaMoaa. Suada/. No. L b?i* No. ?. a. a. iav. at. p. ?r. ?a? Knatwlekabara; S.J? ?1? * Whits? um i? ? Min. Road ?.?? IB T Robara im ?.S? I NrnaaMrvUl? ???* .1! It Alrlrh 14? 8.M II Kumar, im 8.4? It Urorkruad in ?1? M StapBwt? I? too I? Parkar 1.11 ? ?a El N.w Hop. 1 17 VI? H Tiudar 1.? ?.SB M Kay Bold. IE? ?.Sa n VanMmvtll. l.J? ?.4? SI I? Fa/.tt. 1.1? 10 0? ?0 UbJobtUI? 1 04 10.14 *? NtKim USO io 14 ? Tarlor 1*4? 10.40 H I.V. Ilr.utr. I.V. |11M l'onnarUtiat .1 Kradarirkahurtr with K. T. A P. R.K. ?od kl.r/iau.i. lK.law.ra aod Virgin!? Rall I war Co. At lira.?? with Soutb.r? R. H. and 1 Cbaaapraka A Ohio It. K. I Th. oatr Mm to tl.a t'haocellortvllla aad WU ! dsratai B.ttitllald?. Eaitira StatBdani Tim..Dally ?rapt Knnday. W. B. BJCBABDS. Em. illtltr. YaiLENTlNE DANNEflU I 8ni?iB?ar to Daunahl ?V Daahaso, Practical (Machinist Upp. P. ?. * P. Oapot. Phon? 117 rraderlEEBbtxrc, Va K Kr* A IB WORK A ?PBOIALTT ?ttlm.t?. rnrnlshEd on ?onatmrtlon, HtnnH?. 'a"-?.rau< ???? ahnet nntl.s Grown and Bridge Work a Bp*aut.lty All Work vlnarantaad. Dr. J. Garnet! King, MTBT. O?a.?um Wal? Et k>r?dariaksbEr| TARIFF VOTE IN HOUSE ON FRIDAY Rules Committee Brings in Order Limiting Debate. ALLOW FEW AMENDMENTS Separate Votes to Bs Taken on Hides. Lumber, Oil, Barley, Tea and Coffee Schedules?Twenty Republican? and Four Democrats Broke Away From Their Party. Washington April 6? Three o'< lock p. in April 9. was the tira?; set by the house for a final vote on the Pajraa tariff hill. Tie- hami expected resolution from th?- i onjiiiill? ?? on rules clu?liig general ileliste. providing for certain coesalttee aaMa-baaata and a full and fr?-e opportunity to alt?-r the I nut., r ami badea s? hc'ules. was re? ported und adopted, with sixteen votes tt ??.are. notwithstanding the ?aw *"? tion of la eat] BapaWh aai Four of the sixteen votes i ?uie from the I>iiilhlana dcl?.gati?m. who likewise braka ?way from their party. Previous t.. tile adoption of the resolution there ?s? ..un. aercre crtttcta-a of it from the liemorrali. si.l?. AMde from the Interest whleh attached to this pro i asdlai was th?> ?p.-., h of Mr. Clark, of r'iorlds. who tlenoiiiu t-.l Hrysn and Hryaiiism Populists and Popnllsin, and who declared thst he would sup paM ihe Payas ME If It contained what hi? i onsiltu.-nt? ?anted- a duty on Sea lalaad cot toa and protection for < itru? fruits, pint apples ate. His remarks led hin: ir.to an ?-xi ?ting < "1 loquy with Mr Han.I. 11 of T? xas. and ?.th.-r Ihinot rats hut he de'-lared that, having been Instructetl !?> the legisla ! his state and hi? constituents as to the stain) he ?hould take on the eitiiles mentioned be would not vin? iste his solemn obligation to them. His whole attitude was one of defl arce to the I???nioi rats nf th<- house. Separate votes are to he allowed on hide?, lumber, oll uountervalling duty removed and 7.? p?r cent ad valorem substituted?, barley, barley malt, tea and coffee li. fort the rule was reported there wre niini'-niiis speeches on the bill, occupying the floor being Messrs. Hartlctt (Georgia l. Calda h.ad (Kansas). Purges? I Texas I. Stanley (Kentucky). Hobson (Ala? bama). Oill.spie (Ttxasi. Thistlewood (Illinois). Baaadera ?Virginia? er (Kansas). Madden (Illinois). An Interested spectator throughout almost the entire session was Mrs. Tsft. who was scoompanled by her two sons snd Captain Archibald Mutt. TT. 8. A., one of the president's aides. AIRSHIP TEST FAILS Unfavorable Weather Interfered With Zeppelin's Endurance Trip. Prl.-.lilchshaveii. April li The twen t> four hour endurance trip of Count Zeppelin's airship, which started from here, ended In failure, owing to un? favorable weather. The airship ascend ed at 9.18 a. in., and the voyage was abandoned at 7 -5 in the evening Dur? ing this time the airship descended twice to the aarfaoa Of the lake to take In water for ballast. CONVENTION DATE FIXED Pennsylvania Republicans Will Meet In Harrisburg June 16. Washington. April 6.? State Chair? man Andrews, of Pennsylvania, who Is now In this city. Issued a call for the Republican state convention to be held In Harrisburg on June in Candidates for auditor general, state treasurer and i one Judge of the supreme court are to be nominated. Another Kentucky County Dry. Ashland. Ky.. April 6.?lloyd county voted dry by a majority of 107. In Ashland, which Is the center of the iron industry and the commercial cap Ital of the Hlg Sandy valley, church bells were rung hourly and worn? n S'ood at the polls and worked, while children paraded the streets singing and bands played. Now 96 of the 119 counties in the state are wholly dry under the county unit law. Marched Out of Burning School. Pittsburg. April ?i.- Uetween ?;?..: and 700 pupils were safely marched out of the Mi Kees Kocks public school in a suburb when the building was fourni to be on Ore. When discovered the en? tire roof was In a blaze, but the fire drill was successfully employed and not one of the children was Injured in any way The building was practically destroyed Still No Decision In Coal Roads Caaes. Washington, April 6.?The supreme court of the United States again failed to deliver Its decision In the caae of the anthracite coal carrying railroads, involving the constitutionality of the commodities carrying clause of the Hepburn railroad rate law. The derla lob has bean expected for some weeks. To Lsad Way to Father's Hiding Placs Muskogee. Okla. April 6. ? Crazy Snake's son was taken from the fed? eral prison here by United States Dep uty Marshal William Martin on the promise to lead the officer to the bid lag place of Crazy Snake. vtho baa been sought for the last week by the state militia._? Whe Free Laaa? is preparad to do all kinds ol |ob printing ta flrst-alass styls BE aoderats anaaa MYSTERIOUSLY SHOT TO DEATH Southern Lawyer Found Deaf With Bullet in Brain. SIGNS OF DESPERATE FIGHT Police Believe Tins It the Third Vic? tim of an Atsji.in In Georgia Land Cate?Victim Wu Found With a Revolver, With One Chamber Die charged, Grasped In Hi? Hand. Mi Rae. lia.. April 6?That Poye Hill, a prominent attorney of Macon. WEE WEB found shot to death. Is the Urn.I victim of an assassin In Ute p.i.lt:. km.I . BEE, Is the belief of po? ll, e otfli ? ; ? A . ..roller's Jury, after a i ?ii.-fiil examination. ?Eclarad that Hill was niuril.ir? (I liy "parties unknown." Hill was found dea.l in the offlee of so aYttOfaVBJ . a bullet in his brain, and a r?volv?r. with oaa i hamber dla . harged. grasped in the right band. THE condition ..r the omit) indicated a desperate struggle The stove was upset, the .ual scuttle was crushed anil the furniti ra ?as broken. Un the Boor lay an unfinished motion in the Iio.?m ?as.. Hii.l which Hill had draft id and brought to MrRgi? to file. Itlil arrive.! ?E M< Ha?- an.l went Into a friend's law ofll? e to work on the ..i*. Later he went to th?- honu- of th?- proprietor of a hardware store and said he wanted a revolver, as he had i? ? ? lv.-, I some threatening letters. He was so Insistent that the hardware man opened th. store an.l ?old Hill th?. revolver that was fouud clasped in his hand Hill returned to the l?w office and was not seen ?train alive by his In. n.Is Wien found Hill had been dead .i hour? The bullet had pierced Uta rlgh! ??>??? and entered the brain r'rom bloodstains on the wall, he prol. ably was shot while standing. Hill, who was forty years old. was a in? niher of the law firm of Harris ?v Harris A widow and one child sur vive him. Hi? friends are employing ?:.-t? -dives. ROAD BILL PASSED Bill For Highway Across Pennsylvania Goea Through House. Harrisburg. Pa,. April ti.?The Am? bler bill for the construction of a great highway across the state from Phila? delphia to Pittsliurg. through Harris I urg r.-c.mini, ruled by governor Stuart, and the most bitterly fought of any measure before the present legisla!un-, wag passed filially in the house It rei-.ived 107 votes, or three more than necessary to pass, while M members rotad against It. Eighteen m. inbeis altkrr did not rota or wese libs..lit. Tin- hall of Hie house was crowded until the vote was taken, and the an nounceinen! that it would be sent to Its was applauded. WOULD IMPEACH JUDGE Jersey Sheriff Charges Jurist With High Crimes and Misdemeanor. Trenton. N J.. April ?, A petition was submitted to th.- house through Sp.ak.-r Prince from Sheriff Ueorge W. Payne, mt Cumberland county, ask lug for the impeachment for high crimes and misdemeanor of Judge Royal P. Puller of th. common pleas court of the same county. Sheriff Payne charges that Judge Puller sub stituted for the list of jurors selected by the sheriff a list prepared by him self. The friends of Judge Puller say that they have no fear of any Impeach? ment proceedings. The petition WES referred to Hi.- committee on judiciary. RA.LR0APS WIN VICTORY Supreme Court Saya Kentucky Com mission Can't Fix Interstate Rate?. Washington. April 6.?The Injunc? tion suit of the Kentucky railroads. Ip which the roads asked that the rail? road commission of Kentucky be re? strained from carrying into effect the order of the commission of June 20, 11*06. fixing rates on interstate busi? ness in the state, was decided by the supreme court of the United States in favor of the roads. Jail Breaker? Captured. Asheville \ ('. April 6.?George Hart?n, note.! yeggman. who with Jake Moore Broke from the Greenville jail. was captured afier a severe fight with Deputy Sheriff Rogers at Craggy, sev? eral miles from h. re Moore, after wrenching a revolver from Rogers, es? cape?). Karton was lodged In the county jail. I Found Dead In Hotel. Paterson. N .1 . April 6.?A man who had a letter in his pocket addressed to Charles J W rtiK-h. of Newark, was found dead in a bed In John Dwyer's hotel. A woman, who the police be? lieve to be his wife a,nd who registered with him. is missing IVath was caused by illuminating gas. Babcock la Better. Washington, April 6. -Former Con gresaman Babcock. of Wisconsin, who ha? been seriously ill for several d?y* past with be affection of the liver. I? reported to be improved. Tootatle?,Flatly MlnU.Choeolet? Kjsbm mad Kstleta, the new ?tod popslsr oEadr at 30c tb? pound, at, BranEEa'a. MINERS MAYVOTE ON AGREEMENT union and Non-Unionists to Ex? press Opinion, If Necessary. QUESTION OF NEW WORK Committee Will Not Take the Respon? sibility of a Decision If No Conces siona Are Granted by the Operators and All Workers Will Be Given a Voice. V. ill.? s Mai ?? , l'a. April 0 Non um ?: ;t- \.'ll its uni.m mine workers am) be giv? n a chame to vote on the Question ??1 it ?i? wing tot three years the Bafraeaaeal winch expire.I last Wedaesday, provMtac the oaarators ?t tlM ? oui??!? -m a ihN week refuse to male any l ont t sslons. An official of the mine workers' un? ion said that tin' special ? omnilttee would not lake the r? sponslbillty of making a d?'?ision in the event of tlie opt rators reins.n^ soin?, minor I sions. which will be asked. He added that the guest ion of a strike docs mil enter Into the negotiations at all. the itimmltlee having only to act upon the qut stion of signing an agreement. There is much complaint among the mine work. is. he ?'xplained. about the (li'ts paiil for new work over which tbe conciliation board has no Jtirls.li. lion, the op.-ralors fixing the wages at any rate tb.-y like, and he explained that aa the life of a chamber of coal Is only about une year, there sarlly is a great deal of new work. He said: ?The miners want the conciliation board abolished, because It has no jurisdiction over complaints arising from this quest loa. and they desire I abiishmi nt of local committees lit inch cotliarj to adjust prices at inch colliery instead " He also liiiim.tied that If the Oaat ators an- wiiliin; to make some fair arrangement for fixing prices for all ii. ? work* an arrang?-ment that would hi- fair and satisfactory to both sides, the mine workers' committee would probably sign the agreement for thr?? years more with an understanding to (his ?'fT?'ct added The committee 1;,. explained. Is willing to do anything within reason. If the special committee do-ides not !.) take the resptinslliility of signing an agreement exactly similar to the one which jnst aspirad th.- <|iieslion will go before the mine workers for a referendum vote, and the plan Is to procure the vote of all employes, irre sp?'ctlve of whether they are union men or not. A conference was held between member? of the Traders" Coal t om pany, whose employes at the Keystone colliery have inaugurated the only strike In the anthracite r?-glon. and a committee representing the strlk.-is President \V I. Schlager, of the com? pany, presided, and a partial agree ment was reached. It was decided that the dispute about the wages shall he referred to two mining officials and two represen tatives of the strikers, which. I'r.si dent Schlager said. Is practically arid t ration. Miners Go on Strike. Shenandoah. April 6.?The employes of the Oerber Coal company, an Indi? vidual operation at Gllberton. went on strike against a cut in wages. A com? mittee from the I'nited Mine Workers was told by the colliery officials that the strike commission's award of 1903 was no longer in effet t SAVED ON WARSHIP California Landing Paasengers From Wrecked Steamship. Washington, April *?.?The navy de? partment has received the following dlspatt h from Rear Admiral Swin? burne, commanding the Pacific fleet. now at Magdalena bay: "The California sailed for San Fran claco on the 4th with forty-nine ship? wrecked passengers, baggage and mall from Pacific Mail steamship Indiana, which was wrecked off Point Tastka. Margerita Island, the morning of tbe 3d. The ship is reported a total loss. The tugs Navajo and Fortune are standing by" HURLSCHILDRENOUTWINDOW Johnstown Woman Then Throws Her? self to Pavement Below. Johnstown. Pa.. April 6?Mrs. Wil? liam Roberts, thirty years old, threw her four children, tine after another, out of the secoud-8to""y window and then Jumped herself Although rang Ing In age from four months to alx years, not one of the children was seri? ously hurt, while the mother sustained Internal Injuries of a probably fatal nature She is thought to be de? mented. Knox Dines Jsp Visitors. Washington. April 6.? Representa? tive? of the various branches of the public service attended a dinner given by Secretary of State Knox In honor of Messrs Wada and Sakal. the Japa? nese exposition officials, who are now on a visit to this country. JOB PRINTING The Free Lanes ie prepared to do Job work of all kinds in up-to-date style at rsaaonable priesa on short antlne. The work done In onr office will compare taTorablv with the beat to be bad auy where. The bead ol oar Job work de? partment, who baa base working in this of os lor many years, ia one of toe most eaierisoced man In tbe baataiaa, SPOTSYLVANIA DEEDS List of writing admitted to record in the lark'i oltice of SpoUylvanle County Circuit Court since the IV. emlwr term IMS. J. T. Hall et El? to W. I. Blsnton A Broe. linteres.. W. L Marshall et als to Joeeph C. (iordnn. 'Jf. acre?. B. J Marshall to J I. Powell..'.'! aeree :?seJ Graves to K P. Hartleld. .107 acre?. Kreilen. k.l.iirg Normal lu ?Su at rial In? stitut? to I'aul Tyler, lot Alvln T. Kmbrey, attorney, ?t ux to A. K. and A M Billiard. 7<> acres Dors Claris ?t ux to Frank It Guest, SOS acres. J. A. Beay et ut to Krnest H. Seay. SO acre? Moinures t.? SuHlvan.lob? au.U". acr*s 11. 1. Javobsoii w ux to PVdmoiit Real H?tate Agency, option 4311 acres. H. R. Tyler t.. N B. Brown, lot J. C kuliiirim luA T. Kmbrey, at? torney, M aires Chits. J. lireen to American Telephone and Telegraph Co., receipt. \Vat.ii"r and Sutterle t?i MarthaOsed?. .'HO acr.s A. W. Maxwell et ux to W. H l.-wl?. lot. J. W. Master? to M H hVd.11. k. lot?. Catherine r'uruac?-< do A.T Kmbrey, attorney, ?'jn acres. W. O.IMIIard to \V. Y Wright,?.! acre? Powell and Coleman. special comiul? sloner?, to Itufus Coleman. !'_' acre? Arthur and Hilda Solle to Henry I. Jaeobton, SU Hjctva. Mary i: Dodge to M I. Mcf alley, lots Ruth J. Coleman to Hlter Colemao, 10 acres. Juliette White it HI to B C. I. Mon? eare, lots. W. W. Butiner t i Willis Howard, lota. Mary I. Hancock to Wm. Trualow, lot W. A. Moiu-urs ami others t.. Coula? Triislow. lot. W. A. Moneare and other? to I., mite Traslow, lot. W W. Hocksdsy st ux to Berkeley Dlst rid School Board. 1 acre II. L. and Jennie Jacobson to W. D Duke, .'I'm and -II? acres. John H. drier to W H Peden, con? tract. A. S. Hupt-I to (irauvUle R Swift. 1..U. Joliu I. Haley et ux to John J Acor?, .'i'.i acres. Ueo W. Palm, r <-t ux la Jame? A S.-ott, 109 ?ere?. I C McAllister to Henry Hurratt. 10 acre?. T. A. Harris et ux to Lloyd I? Sesy, l?t acre?. Granvtll? B Swift et ux to R C. I. Monear?, lot?, la?. J Grave? to T. A. Krater, 50 sere?. Willi? and Ooolrick to Lucy A Dean?, M End Sri ment. A. T. Kmbrvy. attorney, to Thorns? B. Green. 60 acre?. S P. Powell, special commissioner, to H. and F. Stoner, 70 acre? U. M. Armstrong el ax to Molli? Mar ?ball, lot. Mollte Murehall to T. J Moncur?. lot. B. J Marshall and wit? to N. C Scrip tar?, .'17 acre?. W A. etux aud R. C I. Moocure ti Norman B. Brown, lot?. R. G. L. Monear? to Wui. A. MsbbSbbTB, lot. Mr?. A K Harmon et vlr to Fred I,. Sealey. 280 sere?. WlllSealey and other? to J. M. Simp? son, 2M0 sera?. P. G. Flnney to G?o. W. Wright, 10 ECre?. l?ee J. Orave?. ?peclalcouimiaalouer, to Kmiua Mason, ti acre?. W. J. Jacob? t.? B F. Polsglalse, 4.r.0 ?BEBE. Kd Walat.-aii et ux to J. J. HalsU.p, 1.1 crea. J. W. lilac" ley et ux to JeuissT. Bart, S.r> sere?. American Surety Co. to T S. Coleman, ptivA-.r of attorney. Kmbrey and Wallace to T. P. Coleman. power of attorney. J. la. Carter ?? ux to Firs Going?. 500 sere?. Lee J Grave?, ?perlai commissioner, to J L. Carter, 110 acre?. J. L. Carter ?t ux to Tbad M. ?Joisi S of U!l acres. Lss J. Grave? to Bailey B. Gordon, 40 acre?. Charle? Lewi? et ux to Eddie Lewis, I acre?. Amy Mont to Charley Muut, .'to acre?. Catherine Furuace Co. ?o Charle? W. Oliver, 60 acre*. Geo. W. Perry et ux to T. E. Thorns?, 1 sere Wellford Limerick et ux to Charle? Withers, lot. J. W. Lane etux t> M H. Dickinson. 31 sere?. J. W. Carner st ux to M. 11 Dickinson, 3 seres. J. T. Hawkins to Joseph C. Hawkln?, 100 scree. Southern Benedictine Society to Alvln T. Kmbrey. l'-'O seres. K V. Deale et ax to Jollus Sorrell, 100 se rea. A. T. Kmbrey et ui to S. A. Brows, lot. The Frede rick ?burg Normal and Io dnstrlal lostttute to 8. A. Brown. Iota. Alvtn T. Kmbrey et ai? to Jett Catlett, all sere?. Sewsrd A Von I?oe?berg to Mullen 4 Johnson. ITS acres. B. It Johnson et ux to 11. 11. Mullen, SO a? re Lee J. Grave?, ?perlai commissioner, to Julia Mercer, 15 scree. John Wlgb-Bworth to Joeeph Br..ok?, 20 acres. J. D. Bllllogaley et vlr to Jauiea H Kill?, ti acras. W. A. and R C L Moncure to Thomas Burton, lot. ?Jbo. W. Allison, Jr., to Willis W. How? ard, lot. Catherine Furnace Co. sad others to Edgar M. Young, Jr., 9H seres. [Concluded N?xt l??oe ] DIED SUODENLY Miss Maude Payne, dsugbter of Mr. aud Mr?. P. B. Payne, of Toloea, Staf? ford county, died at the home of ber pa? ren.? Sunday night of heart trouble, age I 'all ye^r? Ml?. Payne ?it I ju?t re turned from church, wberecbe was taken 111, and died In s short time. "I'D RAVHER DIE, DOCTOR. thau have my lest cut oB," ssld U. L Hlngba?. of Prtnesville. III. "Bat you II die from gangrene (wbtcn had ?sUo away eight toe?) If yon don't," sstd ?11 doctors In??tad. he used Backten? Amtes Salve till wholly cored, lueurs? of Beaems, F?w Sors?, Hnlla, B?rse sad Pile? satoBod CEE world. ?t5e st M. M. Lewfct'. H? who think? only of hlaaaalt baaa't say too much to tatst eeuee. KING GEORGE NOTES Ktni?fo. C. H , April .'.th, 1SHI9. Hon YY. I). Cardwall, of Richmond, examiner of records of the 15th Judicial Circuit, was at th.- Clark's office on the ,'lrd. Mr W. A. Roes Is having erected on tbe site wher? his dwelling was recently burned, another r.immodloaa dwelling, with all th? modern improvement?. Mr. R. W Carver is the contractor. (apt !>>., I 8 Itev.oue officer, was a call.r at tbe Clerk's office on Saturday. Uov. Claude A. Swanson mads _ ?pl.ndld ?pem-h on educational ?nbjscts and pr.Mlmvd a tin? Impression on evsry on. who heart! him at Klag Oeorge C. II. on Krtday, th? -'ml Inst. Come again, Uoveruor. The Board of Supervisors will meet at King (???.rg? C H. on Saturday,tbs 10th. Mies Tllll. 0. Thornton, of Port Boyal, 1? visiting Mtss Anna C. Hunter at the (Vurt Httii?. Misses Minnie (i Smith, Rosalia E. Smith. Rosalia K. Stuart. Meta Pollock and Mrs. Harry (?or?; Messrs. Armstead I ,??*!?, Julian Si. Brown and Charles Uor?, who nave l??en guests at a boose party given by tbe Misses Rever ley, at Blrmatlelf," Ksst-x county, bavs re i jrned ?CTUAL STARVATION | M. M L.wii Hvai Facts Rsf ataaf Oyi-tafsl? Althongb Indigestion and Dyspepsia are so prevalent, most peopls do not thoroughly understand their canss and cure. There Is no reason why people ?hould not eat anything tbey desire?If tbsy will oajf chew It carefully and thoroughly. Many actually starve them? selves into sickness through fear ol eat? ing every good-looking, good-smelling and good-tasting food, because It does ot agree with them. 1 dating cannot cur. [?yspspsla. If we refuse .very article of food that disagrees with ns. helora long we hare nothing It-It and titidiuire.lv?-.chronic dyspeptics. V> i ran care Dyspepsia. We are so con tidsnt oi this fact that ws guarantee a cure, and promise to supply tbe medicine free ol all cost to everyone who will nss it. who I? not perfectly satisfied with ths resulta which It produces We exact no promise, and pat n?i one under any obli? gation whatever. Sorely, nothing could b? fairer. Ws are I oca tied right bsrs In Krederlckebui-g, and onr reputation ?iiould lis sufficient usurance ol the g.nutneness of our off??. We want svsryoue In i'rederk-kaburg who Is troubled with indigestion or Dyspepsia la any form to come to oar store and get a box of Bexall Dyepvpela Tablets. Take them boms and give tbsm a reasonable trial, according to direc? tions. Tbey are vsry plsaaant to taks; tbey sooths ths Irritable stomach, strengthen and Invigorate the dlgsstivs organs, promote a nesvltby and natural bowel action. Immediately relieve nausea and all stomach irritation, pro? duce perfect and healthy digestion and assimilation, and promote nutrition. 'A 25c package of Bsxall Dyspepsia Tablets furnishes 15 days' treatment. In ordinary casss, this Is sufficient to pro? duce a core. In more chronic casts, a longer treatment, of coarse, Is necessary. and depends npon ths severity ol lbs trouble. For each cas??, ws bars two larger sixes which sell for 45c. and S lie. M. M Iaswi?, Main St., Frederteksbarg, Va. PATENTS GRANTED Ths following Inventions bars bean granted Virginians as reported to as by . H. Kvans, Patent Attorney, 91* F St.. Washington. Canopy for beds, J. N. Moody. South Boston. Hub-attaching device, R. T. Daniel, Lynchbarg. Stak, holder, J. S. Whltworth, lor folk. Kneading board, W. B. McKse, B% Island Dsrallsr lor railways. T. W. Epilog, Roancle Kiln, UK. Snow den, New Cumberland, W. Va. Pressing glass tilas, W. L. Moonsy, Wsaton. W. Va. Lap link. J. M. Scott, Ktollls. W. Va. Automatic traveling tllt-tabls, J. W. Fonner, Wheeling, W. Va. IS YOUR LIFE WORTH A E 0LLAR? If so, why ron tbe risk of losing it whan UOWA.VS PNEUMONIA PREPARA? TION positively preventsa-<d cures pneu? monia, croup, colds, oooghs. and can be had from leading druggists ?vary where from $1 iK) to 25c ? Boy today and pro? tect yourself against inflammation and congestion troublas. External and tpjlckly absorbed. * THE MORAY CASE Ths caas of Commonwealth against R. A. McCray will come up In tbe Corpora? tion court Thursday 11 a a. Tbe vsnl.e. composed of the following, lias breo summoned. Messrs. Doll Green, D. J. Bonlware, E. F. Portcb, Wm. H. Br?lle, E. C. Mode, C. J. Black. Oso. W. (iarrison, S. E. East burn, W. Scott Berry, O. M. Armstrong, J. M. Goid ?mltb, M Q. Willis, Jr., Jacob Bonsr Arthur Brown, M. P. McDonnell aad C. Sidney Hunter. PALM SUNDAY Palm Sunday was a beautiful day aad the chorehes were largely attended. At tbe Catholic chord? Bar. J. M. Per rtg officiated and palms were distributed. Appropriate services were also held in St. Oeorge's aad Trinity Episcopal churches. Tbe moste was of a high or? der. __^____^_ REPAIBINC 010 WASHIRCTOR BIBLE Mr. Bobt L Bier, ot the Library ol C<ingrvaa. Washington, is here i-?paJri*~ag Um? oM Bible oa which Washington waa obligated asa Mason, the property of lsjdg- No 4. The work is batan; done in the offics ol Oapt. S. J. ?Jjaiaa aad wfll not change the ancient appaaraat* of ths Bible._ This is Um asaaon of liatliaaiii, bssvj achea and ?prtag dieordera. Holhstor's B>?-ky Mountain Tea is a sure pesventa. tiv.. Makee yon strong aad i%bw*m. 85 canto Tea or Tableta. W. L. Bond. WHAT LIQUIDS CAN BE SOLO BEBE This papsr today Interviewed a local attorney concerning tbe ?fbcto ol ths sale of all I1t|oor?, whether lotoxteat?ag or not, by ths Byrd law In local option or no license territory, and was informed as follows: That In ths opinion of said attorney no mixtures, preparations and liquids which will produce Intoxication, except pure elder, can be sold or disposed ol bsre. Thla Includes beer, mall liquors containing two and a quarter per seat. alcohol and which will produce Intoxica? tion, whiskey, wine, brandy, or any mixture tbsreof. fruits preservad In in? toxicating liquids or mixture? or prepa? rations, alcoholic bitten? and all other Intoxicating hV|Dors. Ths sale ol malt liquors containing isas than two and one .jaarter psr cent, al? cohol and which will not produce Intox? ication la allowed. It asms a .jossdon ol wbsther or not ths sals ol beer con? taining lees than two and one quarter per cent, alchobol Is allowed, certainly not It It Is Intoxicating. Cider, which la the pore jalea ol tbe apple aod which coo tains no added al? cohol or Intoxicating liquor and which doss aot contain more than 6 per cant, alcohol of Itself at ths time of sals, can be sold by dealers. Bat sven If contain? ing lass than 6 psr osnt. alcohol of Itself at ths time of sals and it la intoxicating, it can only be sold by the grower ol the Irultif which ths cldsr is made la lees than Ove gallon lota. If containing more than 6 per cent, alcohol of Itself, without any added alcohol or Intoxicating Iquor, elder cannot ha sold in a local op? tion or no license territory by anyone. Tbe law further makes it unlawful lor any corporation, association, partner? ship or person to guarantee as pare any elder which Is not ths pare jales al the fruit oat of which It is mads, wtthoat any admixture whatsvsr, sxespt psrssr vatlvss not prohibited by ('. 8. laws, or > sell them. Malt beverage, which doss not seem to Include beer and which Is ths product ol a brewing-plant and which, as to its composition, shall comply with ths standards now, or as may hsrsaftar bs prescribed by the Pare Food Commie ?loner of ths United State?, hut shall bs noo Intoxicating and In no svsat eoa tato In excess of two aad oas quarts, psr osnt. in volsms ot alcohol M allowed to bs sold by tbs manatactarer direct to ths consumer In not less thaa half doasa, aor more than foor dossa bottls lota. This malt beverage clans? has been bald to bs a oaltlty by Jadge Harrison, ol Winchester, for tbs reason that there Is no such official as Purs Food Coamls ?lonsr of ths United States. BOW'S THIS.' Ws offer ( ?ne Hundred Dollars Reward lor any ease of Catarrh that cannot bs cored by Hall's Catarrh Care. F. J. CHENET t. CO.. Toledo, O. Ws, ths nndsrslgnsd, bar* known F. J. Cheney lor ths last IS years, and belter? him perfectly honorable la all bus-tasas tranactlons and financially able to carry out any obligation? mads by his arm. Wai.iu.nu, Rinnan A Makvis, Wholesale Druggists, Volado, O. Hall's Catarrh Core is taken Internally, acting directly opon the blood aad an? e?os surfaces of ths system. Testiaoal als ant tree Pries 75 canto per bottk. Sold by all Druggist?. Taks Hail's Family Fills for consttpa on. COLLEGE NICHT AWABDS hadara Mara Fkft College Night was repeated at Fradar icksburg College Saturday night before a ?mailer but very appreciative aodieaee. The program was the same as on Fri? day night, with the exception ol the ad dress, and each ol the members showed a great improvement Mrs A. P. Bows saag very charmingly tbe "Nightingale .'" The judges rendered their decisions as to the decorations, singing ol each ciaaa: lst on decorations. Juniors. 1st on singing. Seniora. 2nd on decorations. Seniors 2nd on singing. Juniors 3rd on decorations, Sophomores 3rd on singing, Freshmen. Total, Juniors 1st, Senior? 2nd, Sopho? mores 3rd._ WORDS TO FREEZE TBE SOUL " V.iur son has Consumption. His case is hopeless.'' These appalling words were spoken to Geo. E Stevens, a lead? ing merchant ol Springfield, N. C. by two expert doctors?one a long special ist. Then waa shown the wonderful power ol Dr. King's New DiacoTsry. -Attar three weeka oas," writ??? Mr. Blevena, "be waa aa well as ever. I would not take all the money in the world for what it did lor my boy.'' In? fallible tor Cougha aod Cold?, it'a ths aalest, sureet core ol dsaperale Loaf die eas?w on earth. 50c aad $1 00. Gaar antee satislacUon. Trial bottls free. M. M. Lewis. ._ . Y P. 0. AHNIVEBSABY AT BAPTIST CHOBCB Ths B. Y. P. C, ol the Baptist chafaa. held Its 11th annlvsraary tbe axsi-class taking Uw place ol the rea uu.rssrv.es. Mr. A. P. Daapaay. Ife president, presided aad the larga nag? rlom was ttUed with people. Ths pro? gramma waa aoccnafaUy reaaarwd. It conalatad ot av?rai nnabare oa the or? gan rendered by Mrs. Mary Vlalaa Htefce: choras, by the larga ?hoir, ilngfcaj ol hyaua by ths laitteam; Scripture read lag; Words ol Wsleome, by ths prssld.it. Mr. Dsmpssy; a dnst, by Miss Maach? Edmondsoaand Mr. t?W Wright; a solo, by Mr. B. F. Bullock. The address ot ths occasion, which waa in sTery way appropriais, akuaaatag ia good advice aad words ol ehaar, waa lialtvsred by the pastor. Bar. ft. Aubrey WUttnms. _ Too tesi the UJe-giriag carreaK A gentle warmth Ma the aa-rea aad WooiL Its a pleaaore to taha Hoflteasrs Boaatp Moaatain Ts*. M csarta. Tat ar IMMi W. L.Boad MCBAY'S FATBEi BEBE Mr. J. C. MeCray, mayor ol CowgB, Mo., lather oi ?V A. MeCray, M her? to he pressai at ths trial ol hie acte, whlah ooase ap April B. It ta-rigoratea. sltiaaghaw aad htMM up. keeps you ia ooadMoa, shyaSasAr and asntally That's what Houimtat'? Rocky Moaatain Tea w?~,da. 86 mat Tenor Tishhre?. W. I?