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An IxiikpOMsTI Ni ___PA*__t ?RM TR-RE?T 9 TUflmi. p.??? sseHty S-ww ssaeMss la ?Be n?e t-BH.s-ns-l se? __??_? i>mm?s? -aw el-eU. ssa ?ess as .rain sa asset? ?St ?.????lia gee ?a/ as? ?4 .1 la a___a_B saBl???. IS?, as* ?..???will U?a. ar.? IBiMSUsi S?, ?es He. to??->w>s|im -a?. 0?J?????_>| oe ntkrlns? -._*_? a? m?i?i? _?????. a??..?.. i??-l t?tr??oa--?Wt ra?--. >a?s? lea e_??e ?si Be set? ??? ? N m??i?mSmioI?w| ?sarsswr ?Boat? _? ??tenait to S.? Vasa ?..?se. rmwWB? B?a. ?a_ S-Ji-r?!-, SL? IW Year. i_ i.na.. SATIHDAY. MAV -".'. l'.M.'.C ? ?- i THE I.YNCHHIIU1 \KWrt -MB i.UEBKA<H<> The eateerne.l l.yurhhiirg News, Congressman < arter (?lass' paper. Is bUSlly el.gN^reaJ 111 .1? It'll, ling ____? Virginia repr?sent?t! vtse in Congrees who have flown in the f?_ce of public eeotlnient in this State ?und lined up with the high protection Itepublli-aiis in House and Senate. Among these roprae*iit?tiv?>*? Is Mr. Glass himself. its latest editorial deal? with Seiia tor Daniel's s|?e?e?-h and position ua the MMMmWmm ?Inty Un V s*. ?vfter making the unjuat charge that certain Virginia uewn|iH|ier? ate try Ing to ?list-rv.tlt Mhj ir lUni.-l ?in.I Mr. Martin, a hi? h charge I? not ?ill porteil by any facts ami is no ?luibt absolutely gronn.Ilees. (.r?.?.|? to enter luto a souiewhat luliored .1? feuee of Maj. 1'aiiH's s|s???li and Tote on the lu-m tituler d__r_rf_4oa The vote against a rvilii<-tiou In kite present rate of duty mi ?piehracho Is explain??! lu this manner. A few Vir? ginians, i.ini- a?> t?!i vc, own ?|ii.? bratio plante TI?!* asad |ir?tev tectlon. The duty was tolte r?-<lii<>??l in order that New Knglainl shoe manufacturer?, iniglit buy th<> Vir? ginia product at lower ligure?. It was, therefore. Senator DaalaTa duty to vote to prevent this n. fanons ?cheme from going through Fol? lowing the i?8?-s<iiilng of th.? N.-ws to its logical conclusion we tun?. Infer that this Ueuiocratli- newspaper be? lieves that IlemtH-rtitlr rvpr.wiit.-? tlvea from this State ?hotil.l vote to protect everything that Vlrgina manufacturo?, if i|ii.-tirtvlio should be protected so shonlil Virginia ?-..al. tobacco, peanut?, lumber, et.-. Where this State Is not a IT-?-ted our representative? can vote to ro.lu.-e duties. We want to ask our ???teemed contemporary. The New?, If it be? lieves In free bldee and if not. why not'' Senator 1 ?aniel, we l?elieve. as? sured a delegation of Klt-hmond shoe manufacturers a few day? __M vt.at be would vote for free lihle? If The News is opposed to New Kuglaud shoe manufacturers getting cheaper quebracho at our expense is It like? wise opposed to these manufacturers (and Incidentally our Virginia shoe manufacturer?, some of whom oper? ate in Lynchburgi getting fry* hid?-? at the expeuse of our fellow country? men out In Kansas and Iowa'.' If The News is opposed to free h I.lee. bow doaa it explain Senator I ?aniel 's position.' Why should Senator I ?an? iel vote for free bides and protected quebracho except on the grab game theory. Virginia being Interested In one and not in the other'' For our? se! ves we favor duties'or revenue only not only on bides, but on lumber, coal and quebracho. The 1 ?autocrat? ic platform, ad opted at I ?en ver, we be? lieve, went so far as to declare for free lumber. The News, peril*'?. Il_e Its owner aud Senator Halley, rt.pudl atss its party platform. Tbs voting of many Demo-rat* in both the House of ltepresentativee and tue Senate, atnl ?especially In the latter, apon the pending tarill' bill bas been so at variance with the general conception of the Deiuorratic attitude apon this ?lueetlou that It Is dlltico.lt to say, from this view? point, what tue Democratic position Is, if It baa on?, upon the tariff Sen? ator Culberson, of Texas, tn a speech before the Senate, on Friday last,un dertook to deflue the idea, and bis definition couinclded with the view we bad entertained, prior to the time (bat tbe chosen representatives of (be party recently raised a doubt In our miad by their lmoiiaistent vot? ing upon some of the schedules of tbe teariff bill. He said: "While th.re may be found a Ihjm?>-rat who I? a protectionist, or another who is a fres trader, yet tbe Democratic party believes In neither protection nor 1res trade. It atan? la for a revenue tariff-that Is, for a tariff that will admit imports yielding a revenue primarily as opposed to protective duties, whether levied on finished products or on raw materials." When a Democrat, therefore, votes tor protection upon any subject <>f tariff legislation, he is, Pleasured by this standard, untrue to tbe princi? ples his party advocates and to that extent la nota Democrat. The Dem? ocrats In Congre**, who voted for a protective tariff upon Iron ore, lum? bar, &c, did not give expression to their party s princlplea.however much they have expressed the individual wishes of their constituents. Are they not also estopped from assail? ing th* doctrine of protection as ap? plied to any other schedule of tbe tariff bill? No man can consistently assail the trusts who votes for a pro? tective tariff, lie cannot consistent? ly undertake to crush them with one hand, wbtie hs contributes to their lasine; with tbe other. Trusts, in the ofaanstve sause, cannot exist without tbs ?id of protection, and they can? na* be successfully controlled while It ?MSB. BtrroBV or rsBSCBsctxsBtTtw roa balk at jonstTo? a ?rxttBaoM'e imtn stoke. ratoB*1.6U. im?ift MEWS Ta? l.'ithaassal roBtn.ssjiB.si twtt ?settss of Bl?.k.too? f.aaeJ? li-etitste. wtU be atU May SO-Sl aad Jsae 1st. Mis? Ballte st Mau-her dtsxl at ass Boot? u*ar Ttw Plaine. Wednesday, ol heart dtitai?. aat?*1 tk? SU. is eurvlved by her ?WUr aad a brother. Tbe ?nglse Boat* os ths rosutry pasca ot ?Iwjtbb Tompkta*. near Warreatoo, was destroyed by tin- Tweeday. ths raase betas; tas ?xplosaos ol a lastp. Th? resillen?'? ?fJas l'art?-', about ? vs miles fri'Bi Warreulon. was owstrol ?4 by tin* Tuesday. The lo?a was* lar?j? one, aa there ?a? 1i.surau.-r oloulyfl. 000. A Republican mass Beetlna; will be held at fulpeper on Juu? I to bbsci **-Mr?tee and alternates t? represent i ulp?p?r at theState Keimt..I. anCooveii tloa In Newport New? July M llu.tne*? Men s l.->asa* Is statins; a ?J? tsrnitued ?flort to ?,-un the Iwatton at Masas?s*?>! Ka?l?ruC?>lle*!?.now located at Krout Boyal. I?r H'lirv Wise TrlbbJ?. prvel.laat ot Ktwllny? Institute, the Baptist s?'h?Hi| tor slrls. baa tteea unanimously elsrttd to th? presidency of Columbia ? ..lieg? ta florida. Th- Merchants and farnw?" S ??fus ? ni rrast Company was organ z si al l.wehur?- with * ?-aplta! ?tot-k al $?'?<?. o??? K N. Harper Is preeld at Tli int? I. iy. a proiul .-.t .'l'tt^a i?l I. ludoun county. Lvluat 'i?*r LWBBBJssj. committed ?stellte at ht? boitte I buraday lo j unpins In a well. He we? ?ev.nl> |." a ? ? M _ IKE DUNK?ROS 1 lie annual ?eesion of ths I? intanl?, tie? ?liun-li ol BBS Pr.-thrvn, i? !? it llnrrieouburv Al?iut I."?.INK? a"e exneetai aast BBSWtaBl '? l.-inj; h.1.1 in a vrrovi' atadlas Msnasascsa traira bbbbsCQM. Mo?t <?( it?' visitor? atv t.il in it?? potasas Kitty asas,ofcbMIb, ?.lgitiit ?Unit l.l'Ki Buttons' assit, hav- already been kilk-,1: eoSs* i? Soled in tan*?? liol.l sag 800 trail? ma Th?? .liiiinar rXBOSBSSBasI un ir>-tliaji a tlioii^aii.l. trasa* then arv a half ?hiien lui? hrooins With a ? aiuu-'ty >aTfrost ?WO t?i .Vu? tliirriioiiiliiirit ninl a.|ioiiiitik* towns Ms tJafajasjad with i but < ?it DEFENDS TUCKER Barton Myera. ii.eml.-r ? f tin- fast S town Loa'il III BIHSStBlUB. 'I I. u.l? II St. i ;??<? ???*? Iik-l.t s?alD?t attack? ot Judge IT. II. Mann regarding the ui completed .- mdlllou ot tli? ? ipoeltlou Mr. Tucker waa rssssjti?? heat tiavias I>?en employed by a committee < I wb>b Mr Hjer? waa a member ton-? Ma tn ttu-nce to advance tb,' exposition Mr. Tucker had nothing whatever to ?to with the work ot bull Una: and oper atinar lb? el|e?ttloo This ?ti In th?- hands ot lit,- board ??I ?ivertiors whli ii ?Im ild ta l.laiiifd, snd BSW Mr. tSBBBSr. NO PARADES IN PETERSBURG Mayor Jods? granted ib? application . f the Buain??* Men? A*? K-lall u to bav? a parade Wt-iluewlay nt?tlit. lut at th? ?am? time expreaeed the bop? that Mm? privilege would not l>e o*r?J. fearing that tioder the ? xi'lted i'oD'11t1oii ol the people any demonstration of lb? kind Ui1srlitMM.il toacrlou* ii.ii-?i|Heii'? ? Tb? a??i?'latlou tbervuoou decided not to bsva a parad? Tbe pr?j?ct?-1 torch. Habt proc-Mlon of ttw Anil-Sal ion l-eagu. was ?!?o c-elW-,1 on*. WILL ALLAN BE APPOINTED I', preerutatlve rlUrnp 1? sjWjatsa a? say? ing If f<1?Tar Allan i? appointed po?t maater of Kt?hui nul it will not be la Ivm than three month? and It I? by no luean? i-ertalu that )>.? will !?? appoint, d at all. UNVEIL MONUMENT AT WARWICK ti.ir.Swanaou was the principal ?peak er at tie. unveiling of a m munie it at Warwt-k Courthouse Thursday to the memory of It? Conledera'e deal. Ad ?iriiss s wer? also made by Judge Will lain Hodges Mann and Harry 8t George Tockar NINES MEMORIAL AT RICHMOND TlwUrand Lodge kuhibt* ol Pythias hav? ItMrated the Hi?e? Mein i rial Cual? Hallst Bl.-L.iii >nd W? rk will lietri i at ut M on a lot oa Sth 8t. To the Democratic Voters of Orange County. I ui.wt r>-?|?-< tftilly aiinoun.'.- ag cundida-- forrenou.ii.ati.iu for the House of lf>-l??_at>? from tltis county, at th. l?em<K-rat_c primary election, to !?? held ?otite time this ?uniuier. I ?till <_lw?i.t< letter school?, ta*tter road? ami equali zat-'ott of tai nM.-Miii.-nts on U.tb per sonal and real property as far as p. mal Mb. I vote?l lor the Byrd law and I am heartily in favor of Its enforv.-iu.-nt. I also favor th? greatext latitude of local opiioii and will cast n,y ballot for lie ?iibuiiseioii of th.-li.|uor question to tli whole paapai o? this State. Thanking you for th.- honor? heretofore l?-tow.?i upon ne-, I am, V.-ry raspectfully, C. C. Taliafern?. Sr., tf _Orange, \ a RilR lATRESSES < >ur new sterilizing machine clean? and purioea hair In the very beat manner. At ? nominal c??t we can make your old mattress a? good as new. Rest of all w. guarantee satisfaction In workmanshl| and ?tie. Let us show you sample? M strong, haudsome tickings. Write 01 I'll..lie No _.Y The Colouial Mattrss? t'o. yuNi;. to loan. $.:'..tMM) In auma to ault oa good security. Apply to Las J. Uraves. At t iroey. at la'iu UK. A. K. C1.1WK. Veterinary ?urgeon. (?mess. Bedford'? and Hlldrup'e ?table?. 1'hone?, lti.ij ..It tieeldence MOI Main Ht. Pnom-, Mt-I. A BIO BAKQAIN Slightly used dro?i head Singer Sewing alacblitee chsap tor cash. We gu?rante? t Uein for 5 year?. Call on or write Winger Hewing Machine Co., ;m>:i Main ?treet, m-4-bl w Krsdsrickeliurg, Va WANTEL? 100,000 pound? wool. W. wi.h to contract lor ulN.ve amount at 27, cut? pound cash. Call early and ata u? m.". I.l.n Hiinon Hindi 3t Bn>. aiKTOKY Ol* millKIU. ?M?II HO r'oKSAI.f: ST JOHNSTON * FEABSON'S OHIO RM i-un - fl.60. WOOL. W(M?I, Highest rash prie- |?_id for wisil. m 13 1 m J. 11. Kawllngs ? Hon. H18TOB-? OK 1H|:|>E_K_?BI HI. FOB SALE AT JOIINHTON ? I'KAKSON'm OKI II ?loto Ml ?l.n. KQ08 ?FOR HATCHINU From high-class ?ingle comb Whits, Buff and Brown I-sghorn?. $1 for 1.'?, $2 for HS. John L Brooks,Kre.lerl.k?l.!iig I Va iilo'.n, HlNTOHY OF I K_llKHlt A SHI IBU FOB ?AI.? AT JOHNSTON * nisSIV'l UKIll STOKE. rSJCEfl 60. A Rare Opportunity Is here offered to the SICK AND SUFFERING of our community. Read, Reflect and Act c ?refully thoroughly n?v_?rdtpgly VISITING SPECIALISTS i MM in? Geveland Institute of Medicine and Surgery (?egally chartere?! aud incorporate?!. I'leveland. t'lilo. will pav their tirst visit to FREDERICltStUIG. VA.. and will be at the EXCHANGE HOTEL Wednesday, June 2 rax rotni-HfC-c krik.mx ONE DAY ONLY ?? A. M. TO 7-M V. M. FREE This Instituts. e-?-ipo?-- of s greua ?f regularly gradu?t?? physicians ana sur? ge???. Ilcenss-, legally ehartared and In -?r????t?il under th? laws of th? Stats of Ohio, ?and* at It? own expense these em Inent medical spec'sllsts In ord?>r t? Introduce th? newest .-nsthods and dis? oeverl?? in medicine and aurgery, auca sa th? system of treatment under X ray. Violet ray, Flnssn ray. Hydrothsrapy, Etc., ta give to thee? whs call en th? above data, een?ultatton, ?xamlnaUon, advice and all madlclnss required to com. plots s cur?, absolutely 1rs?. Thsss spa clallata will diagnoaa your cas? and glv? y?- th? benefit ?f their ?kill end med? ical knowledge. ?.There Is In this csss no ?xperlmentlng or gusss work st your expense. You will be told whsthsr you can be cured or not. tr your casa Is curable they will put you under treatment Immediately; If Incura? ble they will give you such sdvle? a? msy prolong your llf?. Thslr trsstmsnt alwaya gives quick relief, and ultimately posltlvsly cursa Being prepared to cops with each Individual caas the human aya? tsm Is thoroughly cleansed of th? dis? ssse In a natural and direct manner, and Improvement Is noticed st once; ?ven th? worst caasa ar? trsatsd without any Inconvenience to th? patient or th? pur? suing of hi? or hsr dally vocation. If you ara Improving undsr your fsmtly physician, do not com? and take up their valuable tlms, as they sbsolutsiy rsfuss to treat any one who la undsr th? cars of ths locsl physician?. They with be? side* to glv? ?ach patient plenty of time snd thslr undivided sttentlon, but can not listen to long ?tori?? not pertaining to your trouble. They have discard?, th? old method? snd remedies used for ? _??? by the medlcsl world, and which It would bs folly to depend upon any longer, for they ara not known to curs, a? thousand? Jie.'depending on them for relief. The following list of dlacasss only art taken -nder treatment, to-wlt- Dltessss of the Nervous System, Heart. Stomach, Lungs. Kidneys, Catarrh, (purulent or dry). Consumption, Epilepsy, Desfnsss, DIs ?aeea of Women.Tumors.Psei.de Cancers. Pilas, ef a Chronic Nature only. Th?y treat Deafness by an entirely new meth? od, and hearing In many cases Is restored at ones. Catarrh In all Its varied form*. Ilk? other diseases If once taken under treatment, la cured permanently to re? main so and to never return. It msttsrs not whom you have asen, er with wham treated, do not fall to call, as a vlatt will coat you nothing, and may rester? you to health, or even save or prolong your life, aa thouaaitda of persona will testify by unassailable testimonial? In all parta of the country. If you suspect Kidney Trou? ble, bring a two ounce bottle of your urine for chemical and microscopical an? alysts. REMEMBER:?Th? fre? offer Is during this visit only, snd will not bs repeated. Persons commencing treatment upon their future visits will be required to pay, but not on? cent will be asked from those commencing treatment during this visit for any medicine necssssry to of? fset a cure. Irrespective of your position In llf?. or th? number of those who come on sbove data Whensoever, or by. whom w?ntsd, a positiv? gu?rante? t? ear? wilt be given under thslr system ef trsst? msnt. Those having long stsndtng snd compllcstsd disease, who have failed to get well and become discouraged, *rt particularly Invited to call. NOTICE: ? Married ladle? without their HUSBANDS, and minora without thslr FATHERS, will positively not be admitted to consultation unis?? accom? panied by one of their locsl physicians Office Hour?: ? A. M. to 7:_0 P. M. DON'T FORGET THE DATE. Wednesday, June 2 IAKAI. _A8HiT? Corr-rterl h? Stanon Blrsh * Rrn 1 Wheat. |1 .Ht to f 1 .10. eorn.TM to M isai, $1.70 to f l.fto ; ?tats. 8 ) to 115: old hens. Ilve.10t.ill dressed, 1.1; ? prill?; chtrknt?, M to -'-.- per p iudiI; winter chicken IS '-> 1*1; drawn, 18 to 14; undrawn,lato 14;ssrgs. 18 to It? lard. It) io 13; ?lock?, lie? IS t>> 10; tur? key?, live. 10; dreseed. Hi to 17; ?.utter, 16 to 2R, t-otiutrjr hums II t.- 15; new hams, Id to 18 Irish iv>tai???s, 7.*. toil; Karlv Hone. $1 M to #1 .Ml; sweet pota? bas?, 7? to ?1: lamtM. $'- M to #4; hides, srreeo. 7 to TV dry salted. H to ?; dry hid-?. 10 to lij calf skins No. 1, fl 00 to ? ! 25; bttled bar. f 14 t.. $17 per ton; leaf auintv- 70 to 75 per lot?; hoirs, .Vy ; BSSt, Itv? weight, 8 to 4c.; pork. ? to f.', w.H.I, H t<> '10 per lb: veal, T>\ to 8. A CAKIi To My rVIL.w fiti-.-n? ol Kr.il.-rkk? t?ur>.', \i\ A litru-.- n ii in l?er of my frieml? havensk a_ m.- t.. hasoaaa a ___s___a_e lor the orti.-.-of ro?iiiioiiw?-i_llir? Attorney for ?itv ?>l Krvil?-ri< kal.uru; and at tli.-irnolK-i tsiitui I has? il.?i<lt?l and liervl.y an nonix-?-myth-lf as a i-andidat?- for that |MM?itloii. llf .'oorst-my ?ucee?? at Un polls in \ovi-iiil?-r <l.-|?'ii,|? uixm thesuv l?.rt of my friends ami I earnestly ask that support II elect-?.) I ?hall with my Uwt al.ilit.i ,ii<l.-avor v.. |?-rform the duties re?|iiir??l of this i?>nition, and I ?liall ?'XM-iit.-tli??-?' duties wilhout bar or favor. K?-?p<?-tful!y, Win. W. Itut.ii.-r X(?TI("K To wham it may sasHsta There lias !??*"_ a report t-in uiat?il that I hav. arriad? Ur. Kolau.l K. Mason? property I wish l?. ?ay this i? a lajs?- rvptirt In my jiitl|riii?-ut Ur Mason will nut-t ?ai-h ami every ol.li gattoli I? fore him. I.??- 1'annill, Sheriff, Orange. imTI at A 6000 PAYIK6 BUSINESS FOR SALE Having nr-vptx?! an nnnsually good I?tt.ition with the American Telephone t'?.iii|?an.v, I have ilit-iil?.) to dispose of my i)|?ra House restaurant l.oslness in Krnderirk?l>urg. together with the u;oo<l will of aame. Till? i? a profitai.le l.usi n-*e with a lull line of < iietoin.-r?. It pay? ?.-II. Anyone ?heirliiK to purchase tie- sann- will apply to Harvey Bnelltngs, ?.?o.ttf.1.,? if Kr.tlerit ksburg. Va. MO.NKY T<) IX1AN la ?u-u of faoo and upward?, real ?state serurity. Apply _n Chk-heaUr _t ?JUchMtsr, Attorneys. at tf I OUR PRESENT STOCK OF MEN'S CLOTHING Is the inasterwork of our ciinvr The story of thin stuck ni clothing i? vivid in it*? fon*?* tkiitj logic. We are undeuiahly FftwiftHckebury/ii LsaaTgenl iitnl leading Clothiers. Tim?? WM when we wciv not, lint, we've progressed with time not stood ?till, not rt'troo-reHHetl. Dur St??rk is practically made to your measure. We know just winkt ntjle of (lotliinj? Krederickshtirg's Men and Toang Man want W,? select Um ?roods in piece and dictate how every parment should he made. \V?' e.tn fit every siz?-?! nitkti. hij* or little, tall or short, lean or h tout. You can tlefH'tt?! on the garmenta you huy here. Our gmWWUtem is btjafk of every one, no matter what the pri?e. You get the l?est that is possihle t<> o-?Ve and pav least in this store f??r OLOTHINd PERFECTION. A Greater or Choicer Variety Was Never Congressed in Any Store. It is the t.r?ate??t and Choicest Stoc'c of (nothing t > l?e Found in this city Ironi DOW on clothinjr sellino; will he at its Iree-t. 'he weather record for -I une sa.\ s w.'trni. cleitr weather for the ?creator p:trt nl tit* month. When \ on ftre ?v.tdy to huy we arv rea-ly to serve you | ?ts stated in our hejtil line) with it Stock of < lot hin?r that r-preM'tits t h?> nckst?-. work nl our pa r.H'r BneinetM lia-? reached a spirited ?rait, and it will < intitule daring the wann wenther. Clothing at Every Price. Remember. We give you more value than was ever incorporated in a Suit of Clothes at the Price. Larkin & Rodgers, Head To Foot Outfitters. 82:2 lMa?m Street. ^B?aBBBBBBBXaBWBBBB?jn?BBBBtjaI UWSSBSl W?? VAL DANNEHL Fooedry and Machine Works. "BOWERING" Sawmill & Repairs. Cueilli.?". Mill i?iipnlie?. iVeltiiiuH, Pulleys, Hliaftliikf. I1atikri*rvi. Fittings, \ alvi-?, Parking, (?uagvm, lDJ?rtnr?, ('?iiistriii-tion 8t*"*?l. Ilentu?. Plat**, Columns, Ku Repair Work a Specialty. I'houe 1 '.'I Fr??<!?'r!ili?borkr, Virkflni't WBITNER & SACREY Undertakers and Embalmers No. 719 Main St., Freder icksburg, Va. 'Phone 98. Across from Exchange Hotel and next to Western I .'nion ottice. Telegraph and tele phono orders receive prompt attention. Open da.y and night. Headquarters For Building Materials. I keep all kinds of North Carolina tod Virginia Lntnt>*r. dressed and indrrnsed, Bl>ingles, Laths, Sash, Doora, and Blinds, Lltne, Cement, aleiue Plaster, Plastering Hair, Ba'l.liuK and Paving Brick. Tin and iron Kooflug, Cot and Wire Nails all iluda Read y-M lied Paints and Dry *alnt. Unseed Oil. Turpentine, Dryer ?/rtrulsli and Lewis's White L??ad, Paint Brash?* of all kinds. Window Haas and Putty, Builders' Hardware >f all kinds. Tar Roofing, Sheathing ?aiisr and fine Brisk. Keep large stock of Sewer Pipe aud fire Clay Pip*. E. 1>. Cole. Agsnt for tale of bricks of Predsrtcks burg Brick Company John F. ?Scott. HARDWARE .?n SARi'WAIl* ?rSOIALTIB? aialn Mt . in* door hwlow Obaa W*'. .?.??* Bro rail lias ol General Hardware. Bart, Wire, tinas, Pistols. Rasora, Knlvaa, et*., wlil be sold at r*du**d prices to ault ths timas. Hooey san D? aawaal :,y parahasin? at H*ntt's B...l~?r. ?t<w? 1>K. J. H. MI'I.LCK Veterinary surgeon. OfBcs Jacob? A Armstrong atable, fiions ?2. Graduate ot lalted Statt* Colla** Veterinary Surgeon?, Washington, D. C. All distases of ?tostest V aalmal? trsattdarrsstlseally. tall and get prompt attention. ?21M1 w TOWEL SNAP For Hotel, Boarding-house Keepers and any one who uses Towels. 100 dozen heavy white huck 35x18 towels to be sold at the very low price of $1 per dozen while they last. Come quick. Good things like this don't last. Prepare for the Normalit?s. m j J. T. Iiocaeny & Co. DRY GOODS and MILLINERY. BLY ?AVIS AND SAVE ItN.Y ''1 painted Mr. Watson's home re? cently, and ordered as much Davis* 100 per cent Pure Paint aa it would take if other High (?rode Taints were used. When the work was finlMlietl, I nut only had the |>rt?t tlt'Mt job ?if [laltitln^'lii town, but had eight gallons of paint left over." II. N Well?, M. P., Kejser, W. Va. Isn't that like Unding money'.' Davis' KM) per cent Pure Paint will stand the teat of the most rigid Pure Paint Law. For sale l.y ?3. D. COLE, Fr>?.l.ri?'li?liurir, \ a Potomac, Fredericks burg: and Piedmont Railroad. Tin? Varna no. '.? In ?r/art st 1 A. M A-?oat I, IM?. Ilajljf MIlM 11-11/ ? srept l?o_t air.pt Mui.,1?/ r?-.. ???Moss. ??noil?/. Mo. I. _???. No. 1. A. M. I.V. Ar. r\ M. IS Kr-tlerV-ksbar? ?.a SIS ? Whit?? t.M a.-s ? Ml?? Boas las t.n 1 Koha/s IM St? ? Srf_.s-.rrlU? t.? ?.?- 1? Alrle- I? ta 11 Paras?? J ?S ?.?? Il Hroc.ro?- IS ? *? 14 Htepaee? 1 W ?.?? U l'.rk.r til ?.?S SO Na. Hopa 1 ?7 ?.1? ? -" Tladar 1.? ?.Si M Reysokts m ?a? m v?rm?r?Ttiie la ?.?M ?S l_> V-/.t?a 1.1* M.OS M DaloDTtlIe IM 10.14 M NasoBS ltse 10?4 M Ta/lor 12 40 lO.eo M I.V. or.o*. i... na s.. Cosnertl.ia? ?s lr~i.rV-k.tar?; srlt- R t. s r. R.R. sotl M?r/I?n.l. I?.!?..?. ?P<1 vtrsrlnl? Kell w?/Co. AS ors??, wit. Soathsr? V U. ?do ?sssatjia.i a ohio a. a T_? ostr Un? to the C_a_e_-oi.vt.ii? ??* ? II. 1er?.?? ll.tu.fHjM. Kaatcr? Htsotlsnl T?a?. Irsll/ ?io.pt Ssa-ajr. M. MASTK1.I.KH. Hiip.rln_.uo.at. W. S. EMBREY ISasaaaaorto Km b rey a Berry man] Dealer In lUIlroad Croas Ties, Cedar Poets. Spokes and Hoops. Keep? eooatantly on band a large snpply of Baled Hay and Mill Feed. ?f-oe ne?_r ?tallroao Depot. Frederiaksbnrg, Vs. A 1er. Av.nl re.? V?_-. v_r?e. ?>-???? t_?. Bead your Job printing to Th? Fre* I aarsi. Prompt service and low priese TWO-DAYS WHIT MONDAY Excursion -TO? VVashingfto n VlaK. f. I P. K. R. Monday. May 31, 1909. Train li-avtw Broad and Hancin-k atraeta MuLilay morning at !? a m. Returning, leaves Union Station. Washington, Toes ?lay. Jim* 1st at ti a m. ?harp. BOUND TKIP KAKK?Itlehmond to Washington. *J 73 Mllfonl to Wash IngUin, ? 1 To. r'rederU'kaburg to Washington. *1 60. Special conche? lor i-olor?.) p,.|.?il.. Plenty of cars and no crowillng. W? go rain or ?bin*. Refreshments ?old on train. Trian ?top? at all regular station? between Klcbmond and Quiintlio and at Alexandria. This excursion will Is? run utiil.r the management of J. M Tliiimpaon A Co , tba old reltahl?? exru' slon managers. RiiMeU'SD. fKKllr lilt h-?HI i-.d AMi Pi>T<>ktA< KAII.KIMI? ISBBBrsI? efltx-tlve Jan. 4tli, 1901 l*av? Krederlckabarg, Northward: 6:96 s. m. week day?, local; 7:05 a m dally; 7:21 a m. dally ;1(?:29 a m dally local; 1:2s p. ?. woek dart; 6:30 p m. dally, local: 7:01 p. m. dally; 10 Ot p. m. ?tally. Leave Prederlck.burg. Southward: 8:65 a ta. dally, A. C. L. train: 8-01 a m. w?sk dayt, local; 8:58 a. m. Sunday? only, local; 10:36 a. m. dally, 8. A. L. train; 12:4? p m. week days, local; 5:21 p.m. dally, A. C L. train; 6:58 p. m dally, local, M. r.l p m. dally, 8. A. L. train. Local trim Washington arrives 11:09 a m. weak days. Arrivals an.l d?partais? not guaran teed. W. * Taylor, Trattlc Manager C a Co?. Agent. BricKs t Br?cKs ! liest grades of all kinds, made and turned la Frederhkaburg. Send yonr orders to E. I>. Cole, Sole Agent, or to Fredericksborg Brick Co. Phones 1'ior 375. l-rs-al -eJlvsry or T. I?. B. ears or steamboat. SUMMER DRY GOODS 'I hi? I? tin- __aaaa when you mu?t go ?hopping for Summer l>ry flood?, and Hi?- lu-st lnKi.lt. f,,r th.- LOWBstT PRICES I? ?kat von tin.) nil your neighbor?! in looking for. At our ?tor.- von i.-tu lind just tin* things y?>u i.i.?I In Dry Goods, Notions, and Ready-to-Wear Garments for Men, Women and Children. We lire 11,1?- ?liowlng it ?pleieli.l variety ?if Stt Ifa.li. Plikln im.l Fancy Goods for this asaaoa. Lawns, Dimities, Madras, Motor Cloth, Per? cales, Colored Linens, Batiste, Cannon Cloth, Suiting-s. Linonettes, White Goods, Dotted Swiss, French Ginghams. All Freeh New floods. No in oii.l? or .lob l-ils. At MAIM? TIKE PICK I i A. H. Wallace 926 Main Street, l'rederickeuurg, Va. Vehicles, Harness, Saddles A Complete and Up-to Date Line at Best Prices. Fietttsfiuig Buggy Go. _(Biscoe's Old Stand.)_ CAPITAL RESOURCES SURPLUS & PROFITS $50,000.00 $376,000.00 $10,000.00 Constant Growth is Best Evidence of Satisfactory Banking Deposits June 21,1006.$ 9,018.99 _(Firet Day.)_ Deposits July 21,1906. $ 40,608.09 _(First Month.)_ Deposits Dec. 31, 1906. $118.872.47 Deposits Dec. 31, 1907. $243,402.20 Deposits Dec. 31, 1908 . $270,178.78 Deposits Feb. 6, 1909. $310,781.66 Last Statement to Stake Corporation Commission. I Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. Commercial Ac? counts given ever/ Accommodation possible consistent with conservative hanking. The Farmers & Merchants State Bank Fredericksburg:, Va. M. O. WILLIS, President. JNO. F. OOl'LDSIAN.;.!*., Cashier. Bank Open on Saturdays Until 6 pm.