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Mr. Arthur ?onck.lu sss iu KaUl.i. ft) Thursday iilaht. B?tr? )nur ?)??J tssU.i fr.? ft? tit? It K Nttrrls tillaba? slurs. Mr J K 81m. ..! N.w Ti r. sfts?, ?Isl lor h.-rs Thursday Bfttr. >..u saaro the issavFrsslsili-kstiurg IiiIWh?' t lass plus M ksia?mstii s. tbs a* weir I ' Mr H. W. Irvine, ofMU'tird, ?salo th? fit/ Wedlvsaull.'/ Tootstes. Kluft/ Sluts.? "ti.?..late K'--?. ? Uli Nutlets, ths new ?ud popular tat ?tOv tbs pound, ?tt lira..nan's. U- O M Aruistr .un sua In lit.Il ' Ul.tr? W ???li.silay ?ill Itusluasas. Kftstsr Jew.try. it.uwlll Hint ft rom plet- t???nr?iu?iit of tit. in ?>.sc In spring jssr.lt> at Kaufman's, tit. j-w.l.r l>- hllajlit llsrrlsttit. of Hit liuiiiud c mitt.?. Is h.r. ia KU.-i I Ills imitli.r (l.t /our Eftstsr dms.iii iiuick fr .in '". **'. Jooss. Either tbs .roods tit n.ftks tbsiu ttr read> made suits or dresses Mrs B. U R.is.dm anil daughter, t.f Ht.-liiiitiinl ar. guests nf l??v J R Hos?. l-rti stud fftmll/. How ?r? yonr syss'.' If you are troubled wltb them why not has? tli.ui eiamlued ?t Ksiufmftii's, the j-w.l.r ?od optician. E/.S test.d 1rs? ftUtl tsast glasses tltttsi I?' ('. Mftson Builth, ol Norfolk, is In ill. city si gii-st .tl Ills iinr.nl., Mr. and Mis K J SiiiIiIi l.t ?S 1' V l.ra*s aruiy regulation spur with black leath.-r strap If found rv 1 uro ttttb. Star tittle, ftti.t r?civ. re? ward. .1 Mr?. ('. W. Edrlogtoo lifts returned friim Atlftott? ?It/ much Itnprov.d by bsr sojoaro tbsrs laockels. beautifully bfttid sOgrftTsd, wbtrh add greatly to sv.ry c ?turns, ftt ths B. K. N.trrls U-allu* jew.lcry stors. Pft/ /our p?ill tales lasf.tr. Mft/ *?tb. tt yon wlsb to rots In th. primary ami tbs general ?lection tbls y.sr New llo*?. new pfttteras. sterling silv.r ?nd sT"'?l Ist-lt pins; prtcss rann-- frtmi ?.V op. lias 11 E \ orris li-adlug j.w.lry stors MlssCateeby W.todford Willis hasgone to I'.tersborg. V?., to spend Easter wltb b.r aiiut. Mrs Krrd Pitcher. Sprint? opening of patt.rn bats Wed? nesday. Maaren .'list.and Thursday. April 1st. Public c.trdfallT Invited. Mrs I? | Smith A Co. There Is bnt llttl. rhaugs lu tb? cod.1i tlou of Master J.ffrl.* 1'b.wnlnK. who has pneumonia Be Is ?xtrsm.ly 111 Nt'W styles In band .Dgraved. pluln ?ud slun.t bracrlets. which art- ui.tr. popular tbsaO ?vsr, ftt tbs B. E. Norrls leading )?w.lery stors. Mr. A. It. l.ewle. ol N.w York, .am. here Thursday morning; and went to L.wl?anoa Isrm to fttt.ud ?h. stott stale there Krl.la.. Tbs high lifts, spring mllllii. r>. dress goods, silks ftiid suits shown by The T N Hrent Store ftt prices within MM reach ol all should aupe?) to ft lar?, i-lasts ot women of good taste who du ?ml want to pa/ .xhorltltftnt prices. John H. Cobhftin died In Spotsylvanla Tueedav of consumption. ?g.?l thirty stx years. Be was ft natlv. ami rssldeot of Uettrgl?. and died while on a visit Tbs very best servie, that can be giren tbs people is uot loo good. C W.Jones Is doing ?til tie c?n to glv. service both lu at.I outside tbe store. I.et Jouee' new tl.itTsry wagon I? at /our doors every day. Ths remallas ?if llatel Lucas. otlor.il. son ol itirn.ltus Lucas, who died In Alexandria, were brought here Wednes dfty and Interred In tbe colored cemetery. It is not enough that a play.rplan.i will ftccurfttely reproduc? th. mites ol writ ten music. It most brrfttb Into the playing tbs soul of tbe artist. The pia? nos sold by H. Wftllftce (arner I'o. meet all rax|ulremenu. Mr. and Mrs. George Btevereon K.-mp of Richmond, are guests of Miss Minute WroUD for a lew days. When you want ? bsaotltully finished photograph and corivct llksnsss of self or family, tbs thoroughly equipped Fred srlckeburg Davis Gallery Is pr?pare?] to make tt. All work guarajitaasd tlrst-claa? In svsry ?vspsct. Mr. Wm Sullltig.r has areeptsd a posi? tion with Mr. J. W. Masters. "Greater Fredsiicksburg." Tbls Is tbs bops. Tbls Is tb? belief. This Is what C. W. Jones Is hustling for. I*?t us all bus tl? for a population of ten thousand peo? ple by ths jsftr Hill, and see that Jooss' nsw delivery wagon 1? at your door every day with big package? from Jonas'. Mast.r Thomas t-'ltibugh, who Is at tending school In ?'harluttesvllls. Is here to speod tb? Easter holidays with bis grftndmothsr, Mrs. W. B. Pltibogb. Mr. John L. Stabbs has been appoint? ed a deputy sheriff by Hhsritt James I*. Turnle/, of Spots/Ivsnta. Mrs. E D. Waahburos has returned from an extended visit to Camden, 8. C. M.ssrs W. W. Abel and Mttrli.ll B?t tls, of Prince William, were here Friday. Tbey have lately recovered from a pro? tracted illness. Miss Page Waller was In Washington Friday. CITY PROPERTY SOLO TO NEW RESIDENTS Mr. W. J. Phillips, of Tappabannork, bas purchased of Mr. B. B. Gravatt bis residen", on Weed on 8t, and will bring bis family here at ones to Uve. We wel? come them to Fredericksborg. THE ROAD BONO ELECTION A special election bas bean ordered by Jndge John E. Mason to b? held on May is tor tbe bonding of Hpota/lvanla county In tbe sum of $1 ou ?too for tb? psroiaosnt Improvement of roads io Chancellor and Coortlaod districts. MONEY TO LOAN On H rat-class real estate In ornear Fred erlcksburg. C. O'Conor Goolrlck, Attorney-at-Ii?w. liftOft-U._ For tb? genuine Eureka and Booster corn planters call on Deckers: AI rich Tbey have a good Hue of steel lever har? row? and wood frame barrow? also. NEW MEM EVEIYWHEIE Kdltor ?it Tti. New? L-ad ar I D.jtla-? ?tiejt v?ju ?j lU 1 It? M?w?| l-eenler ?it todsy shout tit? pr..p?r ?lu.I >.t us? to Bll tu? otite? of otilk-v . ooitula aloiwrsluiblailtjrs-.il ?gie? with jroa ?ullrelj ?lat j.'Ur t'ounx?. ute sud eu?; gttatu.ii? ?tutHi tu lb? New? I. aOer.it to Jaty ?.ouravr vvrj lu..>l?lri.t ?Kb wbst you sat/ about lb? i...iuiu?tti..u lor lb? it?lt wglelaturv lu lb? Frederick ?burg .Heir, t l-.ui- iiiivd?. that the nominee. though "? u?w man. ta m geiitleuiau ol . tiarsctar sud ability, but /ou as/ do 'uew man, bowerer rapahi?, etui b? sa valuable a ??gi?lat ir as * iiiuu of ?nod ? ???? and brishtu??. who bs? "learrMd U- ropes " Well,Mr Kdltor.Sj. s reason? able ? lsiarrsrat i-wt ?>l tit? off! ?bolder sud BSN tsavEBSaJ p .liti.'.aii, I tbtuk ill.?? are tbe rue . vt? au.iuil retire at lea?l for a f-w y.'sr? The priori?!!- thai "a m? broou? ?vt^-.M i issu" la ss appllca ble t.. pol?n.? a? auy i.tb.r bu?l ues. avud II ?r will sieve ofla-u u?w Bees i f ?iiui-s'loii, Intelligence sud i-bsr ?v t r i , a ! j.ui.t? olh.e? BJS will bar? '!!-< barged ttM right of euflrage mor? to i. II gently tbitii ws generally do, as w? Ere eadly la need of fratjuirul rotatloQ I with Isw exception? of course) lu all public oftio-a. Th? leg'.slatui? sboold be c inp.issd el a? model ?-llli?.ii? a? tli? BE ri..'?..f p..Iti-s r-.iinintssliinera.su of wbiifo ar? Dot st sit Ire? from ward politic? In K'.'tiinim 1, sud ws ?tinrjld out liavs, sa ws al ws?? do. ?orb s iiiajorlt/ In tbe legl-latur* sod other public ofti.-es of profes?'.mal politician? "who know the ropes,'' whteli expression 1 think geoeral 1/ mesns tbe ability to bsat tb? "Rood cltlxen" Slid the real meritorious candl -1*1. HKN'Hl HARR1MIN April 1 ltKJV? Tb? abtvs Is m v?r/ apt fitting, perti? nent and sensible anawsr to tb? man/ trk-ks sod clsptrsp of tbe professional p .IHIi-laii? bar?, wbo am ?odeaeorlng to ?Hioatli olrlck by ?uppreaelngo? cum ore? fsvursbl? to Mr. I. Richelieu i oI.iiihii and making tremendous fuss aod feathers over tb? t?w ttilDK? to which they cao "point out pride concerning tb? candidacy of Mr. Uoolrtck The writer takes oft bl? bst to Mr. Harrison. Fair Play RESIDENTIAL CHANGES Dr. M M I-ewl? has rented th? house n iw c rupleil by Mr. W. It Spann no I'rln.e Udwsrd Street, sod will move Id In with bla fauitly in a Isw day?, when Mr Spann vacate? ?am?. Mr. A K H'itte will occupy Id s ?bort time the Welltord property, lately pur chased by blm. on BESES* of I'rlDi-sss Anne and 11 si.over tita. Mr .1 Bernard Scott sod fsrstly, wbo have ?pant tb? winter here, will return to their country borne Id Maryland all mt April IS Tbe r?sidence on corner .?? Amelia and Charle? St , now occupied by them, ha? been reute.1 to Mr M. Mas teller, ?upertntandent of tbe F . F I I* R R. SALE OF THE RANDOLPH COLO MINE PROPEITY Mesar? 8 P. Powell ami R J M. I'.inusl.'. trastee?.?old Tburedayat pub? lic auction, lu froot of ?be Kxchaoge Hotel, the Randolph ().,M Mine In Spot ?ylvaota. The bidding was spirits?! and property was tiiially ko.s-ked down to J W Morehead, of West Virginia, at pi J",??. I'liie property has had the reputation of tsdiigoneof *> Irglnla ? ts-st gold mine? Tb?r? Is much valuable timber on it Mr \ II klnaey wa? th? auctioneer HOME WEODINC Dstiftrtsr *f ??r W. I. Oecfca? Bscomsx MB? ?t Mr C L CIstEy Mr. Cha?. I.. I ttesley. ot Stafford, and Mr?. Ruth Decker Itrlalow. daughter of Rev. and Mrs W J. Docker, of Uraog? county, wsre uaiied In iiiarrtag? Wed nssdsy st tbe boms ot tb? bride's parent?, tbe father of tbe bride officiating. Mr <"he?lsy isa well-known tarm.-r ol Stattord, sod of Mr H G. Cbssley sod brother ot Mr. W 8 Cbesley, of thU city. CREAMERY MEETINC Msstlat sf FbjebEb aad Bat?as?? Mas wrl |s Hats April 17th Tb*> j ilut meeting of farmer? and lm?l Deas meo will be> held tu tbe coortbocss ber? Saturday. April 17th. la tbe interest of tbs establlsbmsD t of a creamery her?. Th? meeting will be addressed by Dr. W. D. Saun.iar?. State food and dairy coiiiialsslooer Farther particulars will be announced later. MINNIS GOES FREE The case otC M. Minois, colored, for? mer postmaster st <>"upeola K?eex county, charged with misappropriation of office fuuds.waa before tbe U. 8 Court In Richmond Wednesday, and there was do Indictment, as be bad made sit ?hort age good and tb? ?video?? ?ho wed there was do Intent to defraud. Minois was represented by Attoroeys Cb1rheat>r A Chiches tar. SNELLIN6S-HARDING Mr. Barros? Spellings, sod of Mr. Posey Spellings, of Stafford, sod Miss Mamie Harding, daughter of Mr. F. F. Hard? ing, secured a marriage license from Clerk A B. Yates Wednesday. The/ were married Wednesday night at 7:30. at tbe home of the bride on Doswell Field, by Rsv. Mr. rpnoeer, of Stafford. The ?maple will reside Id Stafford. IMPROVEMENTS AT ST. MARY'S CHURCH St. Mary's Catholic church has heeo very moco Improved. Handsome Dew window? have been pot Id, tbe Interior repainted and new carpets pat on the floors. It present? a beaattful appear anee. AODRESS AT THE COLLECE Ad address will be given at the College Hall next Saturday night at 8:15 bv Mr. A. P. BbsscII, of the Richmond Union Theological Seminary. His ?object will he The t lalm? of the Christian Ministry. There will be no admission charged, and every boy and man Is cordially urged to attend this address. DESSERT SALE Tbs Woman's Auxiliary of Trinity church will bave s dessert ?ale for mis? sions on Saturday, April _"4tb, from ten to twslvs. MASSAPONAX LETTER rsrast Ftrex ?shtstsj MM Mss Maws* Ctcass j Frss* ristra?? rmtamt*. M.asaftpocfti, Vft.. April i Forest dr?s h??. Is?.n rftglng 1n ?v.ry diras-'tou for s.v.ral days l.-sst rv.niug Mr I A. Frez-r's sawuii.l was lu liinial iient danger of bel?g destroyed, and was saved only hy the timely aid of neighbors and frl.nds. wh-i w.ut t<- ?he asslstftocv of the mil! lores. Tbe ?ml was? vsry high, and just when all ?a? about to be given up as lost, there carnea lull ?s th ugh tbe bautl ol prov!deoce was sore? ly at work and It wtvs then that tbe work of uiftuy bands begun t?i show and lo tbe cours? of a t-ttupl. of hours tbey bad subdued tbe lltiufs and tlu? mill and mtmt of th. lumber a.r. savt-tl from d? structtou. At tbe same time auolliertir. was sweeping through valuahl? wo..il?*<l property of Mr I. R ? ilts-rt. also ft pot tlitu t.l ?be Gri-.ii ami ?'lark proper tl?. Farmers are busy plowing and prepar lug to plow at an .arly date Bou?. wives are putting out young thickens and at tbe same time trying to keep an eye on the ever alert hawk. Miss Daisy Jones, who baa b--.ii spend? ing ssveral months at the home of Mr. J. Tboinws Coieniao, has return.?! to mat boine in Caroline. Mis? Grace Mitchell, of Frederick.burg. Is spending som? tlms with Mrs. I. It Colbert. Tbe many friends ot Mrs. L. R. Colbert are delighted to know she has so tar re? covered from h?r recent Illness as to be able to take a short walk around the prem?ese. Misses Mattle Ease and Mary Sanford were visitors to Fredericksborg yester? day. .Mrs. Mickey, of Cbarlottesville. recent? ly visited ber slstsr, Mrs. Ease, at Coven? try Mr. C. ??'?'.tnor doolrick was a guest of Mr. T. A. Frazer Monday evetdog. Di-s. T. W. and T. K Dew and Messrs T. A. and F. I. Frazer w.r. dinner guests ot Dr. and Mrs W A Barris at Court House on Monday and greatly enjoyed tbe social Intercourse as w.ll as thegood things to eat, which Mrs. Harris knows so well bow to prepare. Mr. and Mrs W. IV Reverie/, of R t h m mi. will spend Kaster at Rtversld?,the horn? of Mr. and Mrs F. !.. Fraz?r. Mazy. THE LEWIS SALE OF CATTLE ANO HORSES The sale of Jersey cattle and horses at ?he A. B Lewis farm. l.?'Wlsaii?ia, In sjpst Carolin attracted qatt? a?iumb?r of prominent peon I. from a distance sums coming from Illinois, Indiana Ohio. Eetitucky. New York, et-, and T 8. Cooper, of Pennsylvania, ths widely known Importer of Jersey cattle, and CI. A M Bowman, of Sal.m. tbe .-xt-i slvs breeder of this State, aleo attended. A number of parties cam? up from Rich mont] Many went from bv h.r. boats and In v.bl? l?e to tbe sftle Friday morning and peopls from all tbe surrounding u.lgh borho ?Is w.r. tb.re. The crowd uum bered about "iOO Tbe eft'. ?ill continu. Satur? day. It Is expected that sum? of the farcy cattle and high bred horse, will bring flue prices. < ?n'y cattls bad been sold, ut.out (ill In number, up to about M 'Ht p m Friday. Most of them were purchased by str?ng ara from s distance. Nothing had sold for less than $00. not .-ven calv.s, anil the highest price was |400 It was said the most valuable animals ba?l not been often.11 up to that time WASHINGTON-FLEMING Mr. I 'lenient Washington, ol Caroline county, anil Miss Annls 11. Fleming, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Sidney 1. Flem? ing, of House. ? C . were married st tbe bride's bom. Wednesday. After the cere? mony Mr. and Mrs. Washington left tor a trip North. The bride was attired In a gray trav? eling sutt and carriel Bride rttee?. She was given away by her father. Miss Louise Fleming was maid of honor and Mrs. V C. Fleming matron of honor. Tbe bridesmaids were Hisses Fleming and Dav? nport, and Wm 1-" McKay, of Baltimore, best man. Rev. Dr. Cook. officiate?-1. Mr. and Mrs. Washington will reside at Bouse, 5i ('. J. A. ROUZIE DEAD Mr. J. A. Rouzle, of Tappabaooock, who was operated on for cancer of tbe stomach in Richmond ?boot a week ago, dl.d there Tuesday. lits b dy was brought here Thursday and met by a delegation ol Masons ot Lodge No. 4 and escorted t t the steamer Middlesex at tbe wharf and shipped to Tappaban nock. Tbe delegation was composed of I apt. 8. J. Quino. Messrs G. R. S wilt, E. M. Yoong, A B. Young. B. F. Bullock. T N. Brent, Jr., and J. E Tlmberlake. CONGRESSMAN JONES I? l?l a* Car-sTSaKifiisnt Pt-rtor. Hon. W. A. Jones, congressman from this district, has accepted an Invitation to deliver tbs commencement address at the Virginia Military Institut? at Lex? ington In June. Be will also deliver the commencement address at Raodolph-Macoo College at Ashlaod tbls year. FUNERAL The fanerai of Mrs. Katherine Stewart, who died of heart disease at ber borne to Hartwood, Stafford Co., Saturday even? ing, April 3,as heretofore noted,was held from Hartwood Presbyterian church Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, conduct ed by Bev. I). J. Shupotf. BALLARDSHACKELFORD Mr James Ballard, son of Mr. Arthur Ballartl. and Miss Ida Shack,-l'uni were nianied at the Methodist parsonage Thursday night at M o'clock by Rev. VV. L Dolly. The couple will resille in this city WED IN WASHINGTON Ocy P. Wright and Miss Lottie E. Pelderton, both of Spotay hanla C. H., were married In Washington Wednesday hf Rev. J. B McLaughlin. PEAS FOB 8A IB li? bushels New Era agricultural [teas Tbe moat prolific y (elders of seed and make bay of tbe finest tiualtty. Mrs. Lucy A. Le?, Faasapataoxy, Va. .'lalO The Conway, Gordon & Garnett ...NATIONAL BANK... fREDCRICKSBUIvKx, VA. Deposits Solicited. Nbw>tiabl>. Paper I^scounticd All ?torrespondence promptlj answered in sealed envelopes Handsome lithographed check books presented to each customer. Merchante' business cards placed on their checks. m Bank Open From o a, M. to 4 P M .m ORANGE CtteWa Rats** Marrtsts Hrtaam*. Labore, t ? , Aprils. IMS l'lil? i? i-hlckeu era. hi ral mat roo? ar? I. i.iiig of the hundred? they bav? opoD the jareen It la BSBa thtt no? of our alect ladles a few day? BBBaa >u her hurry ? I the id ?a . .t tr. lug a brother lounging ?d a bed for i?u 1i. ubstor and place 1 a ouiut>er of egg? tu hatching dis trtii. e of hi? mellow anatomy. Mrs. Ruth Hrtatovv. eldest daughter of Rev. W. J. I>ecker, was ?jutetly married Tu.??day at tbe home o| her father, near ber?, tu Mr. Cbesley, of Stafford, ami left lor tb? home ot BBS groom yesterday. Misa Mabel f rtttenden was a welcome guest at Mr?. Kugeit? Wo.If .It s tbl? weak. Mr Jame? I. Kraz?r BSE hi? charming wtf- were on a flying visit here this week ad ttreatly cheered Mr? Nan Fraser, who i? ijolt? ?Irk. Mr? l.ttzle Orees and her excellent mother, of Thuro Hill, were ?elcouie vli? lt -re to Mrs >ati Kra/>r teste-day. Ml?? Maliel Raker wa? ?No a Ollglit.ol caller. Allot tbe.? popular people tot only lit up tbe sick room with plsetseut smiles and cheerful word?, hut everyone of th^m brought sooietbi'g dainty and elegant to the sick palate. Mr. W. L. Steven?, who Is making bit?te to leave her lifelong home for the hum of Washington city, was visiting ber staters at old Thorn Hill this week. Miss Mary I'heslev. ot Freder'? '??burg Is visiting at It. W J Decker's lv>v W. J. lie. ker bad a large and at? tentive so Mein-e at Famunkey Sundity and earnestly plead for H?.me Missions. The Sunday srli.n.l wasrenrgan1t.il aft?r the serin m Mr Krti.st Hater WES elected superli.k-oiieut, with Mr. Will Morton as assistant and Mr <*???. Frsr.?r as clerk Mr. Dick Decker Is visiting hi? daugh? ter. Mrs Will lirockman, near here Master I'.tliit? toon?, a rising and premising youngst ?rot Ryland, Culpeper county, is vlalrlng hi? I'randtna Tertill sn.l young trien.1? in the neighborhood. Mise Nan Morton has returned to b?r Itii-limoiiil bom?, leaving a ?p?n of hand BBEta riiadst-rs itid a gallant young gent in solitude. 8. KINC CEORCE NOTES King lie irge lo , April S:b, l'JO'.i. The La?l ???' Aid Society of Trinity church will have au egg hunt at the Court Hou?? Faster Monday afternoon, anil will sell Ire ?-ream, rake, randy, et? . for th- letiettt of fund for repainting the cbarcli Tbs public Is heartily luv it id to ait nd and be p s good cautc The 2nd ?juarterly conference of King lieorg? ?Ircutt will be held at Fletcher'? Chap-I on Saturday aod Sunday, tb? 17th and INtb totts.. when Presiding Ki? der U F (tavle I? exp-eted to tie present. He will 11 ?each st Trinity the ?3rd Sun? day afiernoon End administer Holy Com? munion Mr?. Lewi? Illlilngs'.-t-, wbo bas been much indisposed for the past ?tx month-, went to Richmond on Monday to be treated by a specialist She was armm pant-d tit Mr. Rliltngaley and her ?later. Ml-? Linie Taylor. Mr. J A Ittllingalsy, who i? a student at Kork I'iiIod Academy, arrived here od Sundav In response t ? a telegram an? nouncing hi? mother? serioii? tilnea?. Mr .1 Kobt. Baker 1? In llalttui.ire tbl? week on business Mr aod Mr?. John T. Mtoor exii-ct to go t.. Baltimore this week A llen-e fore?t fire rag?! In the Maple Urove neighbor!).x ?I yesterday evening Before It could be gotten under control a great deal of valuable timber wa? de? stroyed. The little Kplscopal church. Psyne ? chapel, narrowly escaped burn lug _ SUIT ENTERED ? _ Vincent Cacare, owner of tie barge, K. S (iraham, of Norfolk, ta, haa Insti? tuted ?alt to the I). H. court again?? th? Bowers Hydraulic Dredging Co., wbtrh Is statloced here In tbe Rappahannock river doing dredging work for the gov? ernment. The suit 1? Im i 1.000. which grew out of the rental of tbe R. 8 Uraham barge for a abort period,sud the owner claimed rent for one year. t'. S Deputy Marthal J P. Glover was here Thursday and served paper? on tb? defendant company. MORAY'S CASE POSTPONED Corporation rourt convened st 11 a in. Tbursdsy. The raaeol Common wealth v McCrsy was called. On motion of Mr. W. W. Hut/ner, counsel for M.('ray, tbe earn? wa? postponed to Tuesday. April atOth, on account of abn-mv of Impor? tant wit nee? for defense. DEATH IN STAFFORD Mrs. Lucinda Cooper, wife ol Mr. Bar? ney Cooper, died at her borne near Mountain View, Stafford county, Thurs? day, after a long illness, of consumption, aged 50 years. Besides her husband several children survive her. Tbe funeral took place at 2 p. m. Friday from her late home. Interment In tbe family burying ground at Ratuoth church. TUE FKtDEKICaSBlR? BKi?Y CO. The advertisement of the Fredericks burg Buggy Co. will be seen elsewhere In ourcilumn?. Tbs Arm Is composed ot active, energetic young men, equipped with beet facilities for dolog business. TO GO TO WEST VIRGINIA Dr. 0. Blight Harrt??in. son of Mrs. W. J. Harrison, of this city, wbo baa been practicing medicine at Sharp?, In Rich? mond county, for the psst three year?, will locate Id Roncevert?, W. Va , where he will continue practice. SALE OF MAIN ST. RESIDENCE Mr W H.Owens.of the Boston Variety Store, has purchased of Mr A. B Botta his residence on Mato St., next to J. W. Masters' lumber yard. Terms private. Mr. Owens will move Id with bis fam? ily about May 1. FOREST FIRES IN STAFFORD Forest fires raged around Ramotb church. In Stafford, Wedoesday and It was reported tbe church had been burn ed. We are pleased to state the church wsa not Injured. CLARA ROSE INDICTED Clara Rose, colored, of this city, wss Indicted by the grand jury of tils V. S. court st Richmond, on two counts ot ?ending obscene letters through mall. Represented by Attorney W. K. Oool rick. REAL ESTATE DOINGS ?Inn W. Allison, Jr.. Real Estate Agent, has sold more real ?state in this section than all the other agencies com? bined. If yon desire to sell or buy real est?t?-, consult him. His record and ex? perience for tbe past seven years speaks for Itself. He is also manager of tbe Kr.-derii ktlnirg Branch of the Southern Farm Agency, the largest real estate agency in Virginia, letablishol for 30 years Add n as John W. Allison. Jr.. ?iiU-ly Frederieksburg. Va Hal Chaee, finit baseman of New York Americana, has ths smallpox ta a mild form and may not play this season. The whole team has ossn vaccinated and may not be able to play tas opening gam? In Washington Monday. BOWLING GREEN LETTER Bowling Green. Va., April 7tb TIh? pupils of tb? Seminary gar? a pub lie recital in tbe assembly liaJl ol that m stitutkm on Friday night. Tb? hall was dlled im I tbe prognvm was w.-ll ren.1. r.-l and t-iijoyetl it v?asasf. Swing Song?Chorus. Piano- Siberxo? Mis- LsrSs Collins Vocal?-Drink to M?- Duly With Thine Eyes"?Misas? Brood.lus, Dunn and Perkins. Piauti- 'Vals.. Brilliant." -Misses gal. and Blak-y. Readings?(a) "Little Orphant Ann'??" ?Mia? Frances Variier; (b) "Little Dora's SoliIo?|uy," Miss Ali?-. Itk-hanls Piano? Sclierrino ?>p H?*?Miss Mary Amlr.-w s Vocal?(a) 'Tve Sometliiug Sweet i.. Tell V.iu," (hi The Crown of Love" Miss Eu. lie Collins Piano?Man-lie?Miases Eula ami Lit tie Hrou.il.Ins. Pantomiiiie?"Rackwanl, Turn Back wiirtl"? Misse? Ruth Bario? and Julia Collins. Piano? \ tils. Op 17?Miss Katlihvn Mahtinn I ?ot m? night - Chorus. Farce?"The Train to Mauro''?Char acta-rs: Mrs Buttermilk (an elderly lady Intu? the country). Miss Blftkey; Mr. Bright (clerk at a railway station). Miss IBM Butler: Sallie Butts-rmilk (a terrible cbiltl I, Miss Lucile Collins Mrs. (' E Burf. of Wav.rly, was a guest this week of her parente, Dr ami Mr? W 1. Broaddus Mr II II Coghill, of Richmond, spvnt Sun.luv with his parents ut Millord. Miss Lear, of the faculty of tlie Semi nary, spent the wwk in Furmville Mrs. W A. Smith has returned to her home in Louisa after visiting her unit her, Mrs. C. R Ennis. Mise Caroline Broaddus has returned from a visit to Rii-humml. Mr R L. Trice, of Butitington. W. Vu , is a guest of 1er sister, Mrs I" II. t'ravatt Rev Mr Packer, principal of the B. G. Seminary, will, with his family, arrive Friday. WS extend to them a conllal welcome Mrs (iranville Burruss und two chil? dren ar. s'ientling some time at her oltl htiiiie at R?ther ?ileu The condition of Mr.\ II. Barlow, win > has been sick, is improved. Mi Reginald Bruite. of Richmond, is a guest t if his brother at the "U? n " Mrs Joel Baiin-N hue returned from a visit to lii. Iiiiioii.I Th.- condition of tin- liitle daugl>t?-r ol Dr J. M. Mt ?tanavvav is improved Mr. Everett Covington spraiued h's ttiiklt- und has bsssj usingcnitclur? since Most of th. faculty and the students ol the Seminary will ?pen.1 Easter ut their respective homes Miss Hattie Southward, ot Spotsyl vania, is a guest of Mrs. .1 T Richards Mr. A. B. Chandler. Jr.of Richmond, ?[??ut Sunday with his parents b?-re. Mrs. F W. Chandler and son, John Ridgeley. have retnrniM from a visit to Pe?anla X Y A. The Fredericksburg Buggy Co.,Iflc. Is Now Ready for Business with a Big: Line of Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Saddles, Horse Covers, Whips and Specialties. Special Inducements Offered in Harness For the Next 10 Days Don't Buy Before See? ing Our Magnificent Stock. Watch This Space For Our Advertisement ?a-, s? The Fredericksburg Buggy Co., Inc. Fredericksburg. Va. Chancellor Makes The Price! Spring Farming 1909 A-i,? ri. ai. Wir? Femlnir, from 2?! to 58 Inches hl?h; Barb*d Wir? and Stap!?s Suwsrior Dise Drills. Draw? and spring T,,,,th Harrows, Tbe Re.,. Mauure Kpreadw?, Ths Bswt Ossollo? EmW. 8 toSO H .?si 1 v.wer; riaw Mills. tarn-eis' Krleud Corn Prills, with and trlthoo? fertiliser ?%*schmat?t th? HtmtlZ prove.! Cream ?Separator?, all sl?esi; Hand an.l Hors*? and Rldlnir Cultivator?. Farta Watrona. rlurts-s^ ?'u^le* and other Vehl,!?.. Tar Ro.-tlti,. I'apa?r and Cap?, OUr?r ChlUsd Plow?, Karmstri^r^dPloW Chums, (.halos, Hell Kucket?, Spades, go?, and othsrTarmlng Impfeiner,?. tousHbTtar (?7hVm quantities aud offered at th* verr lowest ?-ash prir-s. UEMEMBEH TH? NAME AKD PLAC? M. S. Chancellor _ FABMEES' SUPPLY STORE, Commerce Street. Ladies' Tailor-made Suits Ladies' Separate Tailored Skirts, Ladies' Entire Silk and Worsted Dresses Ready-made. Ladies' Mull Dresses. Ladies' Linen and Wash Suits, Ladies' House Wash Dresses, Beautiful Shirtwaists, Silk, Mull, Linen, Allover Lace, all splendidly tailored, These and all other things of a First-Class Dry Goods Store are here. C. W. JONES KING BLEND TEAl Is init|iit>Htioiiablv tin? titiest, ?we??"si?nt, mont fragrant, strongest ami clieapest 50c TEA in lr.il.Tlt a.sl.nrif, i.inl mir truurantee Is as strong a? we can possibly make it. viz: II you purchase u |..iiiii.l ami sllsr umtut half at it and tlml it unsatisfactory return what la left; your toll purchase price will be refund??.I. "Kin?x Bind" Tea 1? one of our own brand? and you can't obtain It elsewhere Price 1-4 pound Price 1-2 pound. 16c .. 26c Price 1 pound . 60c Price 10 pounds, the pound 46c Trv thi. T?:. in.lav. and try It for hot or iced tea. You will want It more I-TRO-IVC i-B-3 TO $25.00 Fix your price and then come here and choose from the Lar-?eat, the Fin? est, and Most Fp-to-Date Stock in Fredericksburg of Men'sand Young Men's Suits The Finest Creations Of HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX and other World Famous Makers. Boy's Spring Suits in all the new shades?Tan, Brown, (ireen, Smoke and other colors. Plain and Knick- *f o; t/> d*X erbocker Pants ?pI.-vO lu ?PU Full Lin*? of New Easter Ties, Manhattan Shirts, Hats, Suit Cases, Etc. JAS. T. LAYTON & SON, The Home of H ART, SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES. New Goods For Spring Call at 926 Main Street and examine our new goods and get our new prices on WASH GOODS. Percales, Madras, Ginghams, Lawns, Dimities, Nainsooks, Cannon Cloth,Long Cloth, India Linon, Brown Linen, Colored Linen, 40 inch Lawns, Dotted Swiss, French Ginghams, Chambrys All New Stock and Up-to-Date Styles. We are ?bowing good yard-wide Percales at. 10c We are showing good Woven Madras at.t'Jic Good Quality tailed at. 5c tiennlnsOld Hickory Shirting at. 10c Extra Heavy Yard-side Brown Cotton at.5, 6\ and 7c We are agents for the May Mant?n Pat? terns, all 10c each; by Mail 12c. ( Mir latch string is on the outside for you. COME IN. A. H. Wallace Fredericksburg, Va. I WHITNER & SACRE? Undertakers ?and Embalmers No. 719 Main ?St., Freder icksburg, Va. 'Phone 98. Across from Exchange Hotel and next to Western Union office. Telegraph and tele? phone orders receive prompt attention? Open day and night. SIMON WISH ft SEO., OaSaaTaEsiss St., Frederlekabarir. Ta Dsaler* In all kinds si COUNTRY PRODUCE, tar whleh highest ests? prises sate paid. Ost Bis? to** of Stffh Gnade Tmat?y <Hu? irlas ai?.??.*?? St???? W? ptiBt ?VErytEBBIg IBOBB S BEOS BE S vlBlttEEJ ??Sard OS ?EE EOWSS BSEbEEB S* Va?? rra? ! asea Sssd sa vos? ovssra Tbs /ras Us?e.