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Mr. P K Uaonieo i? a gaset <?> hi* faintly alia* Kunut? Hod.l, of A' i. I ?, Is a guv?! of Mr*. Kabul? Ktari?' Mr Mk-basl WtUlatatslu l?o?t?.n. buy tng bis fall ?t.? a. of etto**. ate Mr. A. P. llwiup*?/ I? <|ult* rises wltli fever at bis Imiii? on Comuier?-? St. Mr H. I' Willi? ?-outlnue? to linpr.iv, ?ltd ?tpst-ts to be out la a f-w days M 1m Anule I. Bk-u left Tl.ii.-Uv f r n 'J ?eels' visit to frteude In It- i.n.I Mr. J B. Hudglns. of Spoi.jlv,,,!? ?rtts lu Klchiu.iu.T Thursday ou l.u-li -- Bed Lion lahleU *c. tut I . at II I al la?-? Camer Co. Mi.? Willi? F ssesaaaier has gem i? the Klti m Hoi ?I. Klkion. \?. i.. epeatfa lUi.lill. Ke?> i???l today, uew hat? mid it iw?r?, tbe latest style?, at Mr? l> K Smith A Co.'. Ml?? Alma lioul.lmaii and Hui? ule? tiarali (loulilinaii led Tssaiartaj for UaliuMvlll?, wli-rv lliey will ?l.lt 11,? family ?if Kev Homer Wei. I, Tbla bot weather you want I..ta of thin, c.i. I imams?, un.ler*?ar. ?tc ? Hpleudl.l m rtuienl? ..f all the?? thing? at C W. June?' ('>iuui.ni?e*ltb'a Attorney U. K. Swift who bas Wii ?let for some tlm?, I? i.Ul ISgotll When you want a beautifully nulilted phot.?graph and correct i1ken?*ss of self i.r family, tti? thoroughly e.julppe.1 Kr?*.' ?rl.-ksbarg Oasis Gallery la pr?parai to aiiak? tt. All work guarant>*?d flrst-cla** In *T?ry respsrt. Hi i Uaaou timltb lia* fitted B) the room? formerly ?M-vupled liy l>r J I' Hilft, on Prince?? Ami? ?treet. lor bl? of Bre wb*rs h? will practice his pr.iV.slon 11 )uu aIII . ..in? quick Jim III?, lil??e your ?bole? of a lot of f- Jo ?I -ofl ... sal 9J Oti white sblrt waists for f I in). A ?arl. t> ..( ?tyle? to ?el??ct froui The T. N Brunt Hi..r* Mr. Alwyu Humll.-y. p..?tal agviit ?u tti? P. Fa l' K K . with Ma tamil? Is ?pel .Unit his vacation In Kasex A little optical advice, which will ..ist you nothing tier?, will probat.I? savsyoe many a litad??'!.?-, a?1d to your enae of reading am! ?? atan To t- -ur?- wv will ihirii? y..u ?<ui?lbliig f .r ? l.nt new glaMe. you n.-e.J.l.nt little In e.iuiparlnon with I be lietiertt you'll oI.tain W- will look lor ynii to call In a day orau The H I Narria Belial.le Sum. Mr? Hunter l.uu?lor 1 ami mm are bom? from the mouutitlu? mii.li 1m pro.? ! Ml?? Nellie I aaafuni I? In I ar,, line vUttli.?* her relative? How about your ?ye* ' W. til ??--.. t lault at uioat rea?oualile prl?-.-? Matls tactlou ?-"?raiile. 1 n. r*. Kauluian. j?w?ler and optli Ian. Wllll.- William?, eolore.1. died at Ida te.ii.e Thursday ..f rtraaaaiuMon, aged -Jl y.ar? Certaiuly' We J., wisUli. clod and j?w?lry repairing. ?alMacC .rlly, prompt if and .ur charge? are always r?yt?ona l.l? H S Kaufman the i-weler Messrs T J liowull.tr, of l.ancaaler. and Jos W t hlnu. Jr . ..f War?a? ?ere lu th? city Thursday an rout? to Kith mom!, ?here they have ca*e? l?.f.;re Curt of Appeal?. Too tale*, Flu By Mlute.CI..? ..lau. klasta? and Nutlet?, the new and popular randy at 'JUc tits pound, at llranuatu ? Cl?reme Harria. ci.l.ir.d. w bo ?a? mal to penitentiary for on?- year for li?. ?sling Into tlie ?tore if Ur M M. I???l? and atealtng f'-'".. waa glvau bl? freedom Wrduewday f?ir good (?-havlor aft.-r has lug mrved live month?. Watcb**. jewelry dlstiuond?. ?liver war?, cut glas*, whatever your need? way be, w ? can furnish y ou at the iueat prl. <?? at ti 8. Kaufman's, the jeweler. Mrs. \ rglnla M. Kourte. ?if Frederick ? '.< vt?ltIr?K her ak-ce, Mrs I1. K Htanahury, In this city ? Alexandria (la ?tie Mr*. A. M Paynt.r. of Chi, ug... la a guest of Ml? Juo. M Hull. In Stall .rd. Mr. Jame? M. Tanner. ? f Wildern*?*, waa In town Thursday. Mis? I.. H Hroaddu?, ?if Caroline, waa here ebupplug Thursday. Mr. Jam** Ashtiy. sapsrtuumisut of schools of Stafford and tipotaylvanla loauttas. waa In the city Thursday. Huperluteudeut ot Schools li. Frank Coakley, of King Ueorgv, was a vt?ltor here Thursday. Miss Anal* Burkn.-r I ou way of New? port Newa, Is a suest of th? Misses rroctor, on Priores* Anns St. Mlm lit he I C'heawman, a ho has been a guest ?if Mlee Freda Bode, returned to her bouts In Ssw York Thursday night. Mr John H. MrKeuna and brother, F. L. MrKsDoa, ot New York, aro spending ten days at their former bums In Stafford. Mr. and Mrs. Cl?reme Porks and daughter, (?tadys, of King- George, were ben shopping Friday. MRS. VOORHEES DEAD Mr?. Ophla Viiiiflii*??. widow Of the Into Ur. Wiu Voorb***, dlsd at her bom* In New York Stato Sunday, t?hs Is sur? vived by throe sons and one daughter. Ur. Win Voorbeee ara* a practicing physicien In Hpotsyl vaola lor H years Mrs. Voorhee? suffered a strok? of par? alysis 4 years ago. The fanerai took pie.? Tuesday, and the lotermsut was beside her husband In New York. MAY HIS LIFE ALWAYS BE SO l ap( l'eu M. 1?-? drove op in front of our office Wedueaday and wlthapleaeant ?mile ??Id "Boys, I am ?Ixty tlve year? old today, feel like a hoy, have no cares and bright hopes for the fotore." After receiving congratulations he went over the Free Bridge to Highland Home, In Stafford, where be enjoys all the com? fort* of a country gentlemao. May his life lie always like this ARRIVED IN FRANCE A cablegram to Judge J. K. Maaoo Thursday announces the ?ate ar rival at Havre, France, of Mrs Win Henry and daughter, of Washington. and Mis? Flora l( Mason, of this city. ?b* voyage wa* pleasant aod all are well. Tbey will go to Swlumland and op the Bhlne, belog abroad for several months CITY COUNCIL Cement Curbing To Be Laid Un Prominent Streets. REPORT ON SNIPPING STATISTICS Of rjmtakmasct gtvst Schsei Mattai Otfm ?ualmit. Tits City Couui-ll Itsld It? meeting for July Thursday night with every member preswut except Mr. Howard. Mr. Ian.-, of Mnaiirv. pr??eiited report i I mayor ?Imwliig tin? ? for un.nil. f.'.u >o. and that the polk-e otlicer? had per fiiru|.-d their .lutle? On mi.t?ou of Mr K >*?? the r. |. irt in. re.-elved niid th* otln-er? ordered paid. A ?mall hi I of f 1 V for p ?lau?. Ac . of Clerk Kaatburu wa* paid Mr Bradley, of Pul.lt. Property, aaksd (hat Council authorise hi? ...mtultte to Insure the uew public school building in tlte Mutual Assurance Hoctety of Vlrglula for th? sum ?if (15.000 II . motion of Mr Wardeo the Public Property I "..in lullte?- was Instructed to make applica? tion aod sign th? ne-eisary pai?<r? and otitaiu maaranm for $i.~?,ouo in ?aid company Mr Kuihrey, of Street?, reported that hi- i-oiiiuiiltee. to whom wa? ref-rre.l the Impnnamanta around Mary Wa-litiigtiiii Hospital, rei-.imuii-iiil.il that a cement curb belaid it trust not t i ex.*??! $100. ? li. motion of Mr. Bow?, the committee was lostructed to <1o the work and ?ame ?hall be put out to ?-ompetttlv? bidders. Mr. Kmbrey, ot Ordinance, presented an onltiiain* appropriating $0,000 for granolithic curb to be laid ou Malo. Prloceee Anne, Charlee and Prtoce KM ward streets, bait of which Is to be n pen.led In the I'pper Ward ami half lu the Ixiwer Ward This work to be done by aod un?l?r th? direc? tion of the Strvet and Finance Commit area Mr. li.ildeiulth moved that the rule* I"- suspended to consider thl? ordl nance \t this juncture Col I: 1? Cole uniere.! (he chamber and asked that he I... heard In I. hall of property owner? on Wa?h1ugl in mmur and the general pub lie who oaetli? aveoue, which wa? graut . .1 He wanted the avenu, named among the ?Ireet? to nolle thl? Itn pr .??meut He made au earnest appeal for to* avMOU*. The rule? were theu su? pended aod a general dtscu??lon took plena Mr Bradley vacated the chair ml spoke ?-aruestly for the ordinance as Il a?- p-.-n-iited, e* did Messrs Kmbr.-v. M. .ville and Uoldsmlth, while Ml H M i. ?ruer. VI rtr.j-ii and Maaters opposed It In It? preeent form a dough they ?aid they favored the Improvement Mr. Km liley, ?econded I.y Mr llold?IIllttl UiiivmI Its udoptton ?lid It paaeed. Me??'? Lao?, Melville, Kowe. Goldsmith. Lmlirey. Browu and Itradl-y voting aye, and M?-rs IJari.er. Maat.-r?, Warden and lire.n, in. line ot the ol.j-ction? urgwl tiy Mr Warden waa that th? Joint Com uf lee l? compose?! of live members from the I pper Ward and one from the Lower The ordinance states, however, that half ta* money ?hall he ?pent In each ward Mr. Goldsmith, of Public IiiI-re?t. pre ?euled a v. r? elaborate report ..t ?hip pi ig ?lat?.tics of the llappaliauDock river from th!? point f.r th? ifiil year, which had bteo prepared bv Mr A. P Biweand Mr W H Scott, uf 11,1? cit.?. ?Lowing total of 395.842 tous; value t>..*-....H7. It waa ordered to re.or.1. Mr. Warden, of Hch nils, proseoted a comuiuntcailui from the School Board through it? cl.-k, S J ?lulnn. notifying the Council of the ?lecthiuof Prof. Arthur li Wright a? prl... ?pal of the high s. ..?.1 Mu motion of Mr Warden hi* ele? ti.ni wa? continued t.y the Council Mr. Warden also ?ubmltted a list ot furniture II.-?.led III the new public ?ch.Kll Illlllifliia. prepared by Supt Wright. It waa referred to Joint Coinuiltle* of S. bools aud Public Property. A .-..iiiinuiilcntU.il from C*pt. T. M l.'trkln. of th? Washington Guard?, wa* read by Chirk Kastburn, which a?ted for us-* of the tso rooms In the courthouse uud.-r tbelr armory aud that lockers be put therein for military *cc<iutremeut* Hi m..11..n of Mr. (loldsmllh. ???-?,uded hv Mr It owe. the I'ubltr Property Coni unttee waa Instructed to prepare th? room? to rueet the n i|ii1rein?ut? of the military company Mr. Master*, ?d Health and Poll?*?, call? ed attention to conditions arouud th? old gata house. Mr. Masters, ou being lnlorme?! by the chair that be waa a nismber of the Public I'rop-rty Commit tee who had charge, ?aid h? would ?.* that condition? an Improved. The Council edjourue-1 PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS Utt af Those Becttd to Teach the Cereisi ?mm** A meeting of the City School Board was held Thursday afternoon to elect teacher? fur the coming eeeslon of the public school?. Th? members preeent were A. B. Bowrrlng, pr?sident; Isaac Hlrsli. W. I. Braouau. J. K. Bawllngs, Oeo. Freeman, Jr., W. H. Horkamp. ('apt. S. J. yuinu. clerk ol the board,and Supt. A. D. Wright were also preeent. The teachers elected were ae follow?: White Teachers?Mlsaes Kate J. Mander and Maggie L. Honey, Mrs. Llxxle S. Courtney, Mlaeee Cora Lee Cole. Clarice C. Darle, Agnes Roach, Amelia M.Curtis, Mary Page Waller, Selma Liman, Nellie Hoatwrlgbt, Mettle I. Miller, Mary Lindsay, launle Gray, of Richmond; Ida Kvelyn (?ray, of Caroline . outity. Colored Teachers?J. C Grant. B A Brown, Mis?es Leila I. Wurmley, Sarah K. Tallaferro, Mary K. Ciernan. There were a large bomber ot appli? cant* Tbe teacher? will be assigned to the diff?rent gradee at a meeting of tbe board to be held later. CASE POSTPONED A K Boldeu,colored,who waa arrested by (itlieer Stone, wa* brought before Justice A G Bllllngsley Thursday and recommitted to jail uottl Monday to await development? His mind was uot clear w li.-n he wa? examloe?! by the doc? tor Bolden walked to Summit Monday aud back at night and It la thought the hot sun caused bis trouble. DEATH IN SPOTSYLVANIA Mrs. Huste C. McDougal, daughter of the late J. Stuart Cannon, died at her home, near Maseapooax. Wednesday night, bib* Is survived by two children, her mother, three brother? and two sis I? r? Kuoeral from her home Friday af ternoou aod Interment In family burytug ground STOLE MONEY FROM TRUNK While Mr Willie Jacob? waa at Acjula Choich Wednesday, a thief went Into bla trunk and took thirty Uve ?tullir? bebed been saving up. CLINE ARRESTED Will.Be Brought from West Vir? ginia for Trial. SEVERAL CHARGES ACAINST HIM On July ''th a warrant for grand In? ceuy wee given Sergeant J C Ch1che*f?r by I oiiiiii.nw.-altti'? Attorney W t Bos?, of King George, ageiu?t Ur ?. < Cam*, the veterinary ?urgen, who had been In thl? city (for several munisse and inade nulle a reputation fir superior ? kill as a veterinary. I'll? charge? atralnst him are stealing two cow?|fro[ii Jame? A. Kllllngsley, of Klug George; a watch from H Kalk, of thl* city; cart harnea? aod $-'*:> from GranvlileC Phillip?. Be ta ahm report ?si as having drawn check? and obtained m .ne? on eom* bank? i "Hue left here on July -'u.l tor Veterl ii.try Conventl.u at Hampton and -??ted be would return the following we... He never ?bowed up at ttatiipt 10 and all trace wa* lost of him f te a few days. Sergeant Cblchester put tbe authorities In other eitle? wlae a? to Cil ne aud ou July 14th received a tele g-amfr?m Newport News that he bad talked over Long Distance with his wtfe in that city Irom Pune toa, w. \a il.lclieater at on.-e establish??! .n mo til cation with Culef of Poll?.-John T. Mc 8am, of that city, am! on Thursday had Clliie arrest?d and lodged iu jail Alt .r uey Ho?? I? having r?.|iii?ltlon pa|?T? pr. pure,I and will ?end Sergeiatit I Mi he? ler after ("line, and when h? 1? brought ba.-k he will be taken to King G -orge for trial NORMAL SCHOOL NOTES 11 r. Libert Fra*?r,ex -prcwl.l? li' f.State I. uoile Normal School, ??ctured before Hi. ?Indent? of tbe Institute at the school building Thareday at .". 10 ..i Die I Irganl/atlon of I ?a. her a for in. Detteimsni of hural Life " Dr F C l??y, chief health other of Klct.uiouit, dell? ere! a lecture K rlday on ? ?,-iiliig at the . ..iirthoufe on Hygiene an 1 Sanitation 1 lie public was la ?H tod All should be luterestc.1 in thl? -ill j-.t Tbe 1.,-ture wa? Illustrate.! bj -1er. ..|llc.in ?lid??? !>r Lu 1? saturated with hi? subject aud Isa Muent mut gift?.I ipoaier, Arrangement? are l.-lng rapidly per t-i led for the trip dowu th.- river, ?o gru.loiialy tendered tlie Noriioil faculty a;. I ataman*? by ?narteej. ..f the steam boat Baa Kefreshmeut? ??in I?- ?rv*d and tbe Franklin orrhe?tra will.(!?.-.,urise ?we-t inuaic. In addition uiuhIc will be furnish*?! by liN-al tal? nt among the ?In? dent? ?if the ?cbool The boat win bava at 2 ..'clock, returning about 6 io Mr Carl W Steed of th.- lacalty, who . th.- tlr?t (,art uf th- w.-. I lot re. . ivefed Mr J 1' N.fl will be ahxeiit Saturday hi .1 Sunday lu Staun'.m Mr?. A. B Chandler. Jr. join. ,I 1er hnahwuil here Frlda.v tor i? Isa d-ty?, m her return from the t.. a i. BARKER MARVIN BAILED BY JUOCE COOLRICK i'.irt.-r Marvin, who la ?-.ulin.-l ta the Jill at Spotey Laut* under warrant? chafglng blui with obtaining moaej un de-false pretense?, was prodm *d 1-efi.re Jn.tgi- Goolrtck of the Corporation ...urt of iMeeftv, Wednesday lllght, by Sherill Waller of Spotaylvaula lu obedience to a writ of tial?<a? corpus Common wealth ? Attorney T. Stoke!.? Ciernan appear.-d In bshaH of the State and made a moat vl?. iron? tight to have the . i urt refus?? th ? writ and deny the prl?..ner ball He took the position that the i..rp ?ration ( urt was witliout authority to a.linll th ? priemmt to halt, und. i tin i>.w law. Judge? ioolrlck dt.'.dr.l that h? had juris diction aud ordered tlmt the accused rli.rt.-r Marvlu lie admitted to ball win I. w.ts died at ?-'(;ii with J i: Bvaae a? hi? security Marvin wa? I.ail..I to ap? pear before the Magistral.-'- court at Spot?} Ivanla Thursday at 10a m At torney? Frederick W Colemaa and I'. M Chli -heater rcpreeeiited M*r? In. FORFEITED HIS BAIL Mavla Old Net Appaa Many Chaces Aietr.it Him Harter Marvin, who wa? balled by Judge Goolrlck for bl? appearance at Spot?} Ivanla ('. 11 before Ju?lli et'ariier on July 15. did not ?how up when called. Th* court declared the ball bond of fill.I forfeited and certified ?ame to the Circuit 0 urt for proceeding? to be taken agalustthasurety.Jas.il K?an?. The court then proceeded to try Marvin In bl? absence for defrauding Mr? C H Cropp of f '?' They Imposed a rice of ff.U and coat? the second warrant the? trl.il wa? the complaint ot Mrs. Geii W Clarke |T.M They Imp-.?.-.! a Hue of $HHl and cost? Justice John Day Waller, the presiding justice In the case, ordered a special capias to Issue for tbe arrest of the ac? cused. Tbe case ot Mr. Grtnt Stanley v Marvin tor defrauding him out of |.'l 1 tin was certified to tbe Circuit Court of the coonty for action. At tbe trial there were tllty Indiesal the county preeent, moat of wh m had Ifeeii defrauded by Marvin. They were all much disappointed when Marvin did not appear and laid the blame ou Mar vlo's attorney?, Mesara. Frederick W. Colciiiao aod F. M. Cblcheeter. SUICIDE IN STAFFORD Mrs. Mitten Jone? wife ot Mr. W I Jone?, of Stafford, was found dead Id tbe loft ot an oothoose Friday morning 111? supposed ?be committed ?ulclde by taking laudanum, a? a bait empty bottle wa? found nearby She I? mi ill ed by her husband and ?it cbl'.lr.u WILTSHIRE CARNER A pretty horn? wedding wa? celebrated Wrdne?day at Historic Hotel, Spotsyl vanla C. H , the.-..atractlugparlles being Ml?? Kthel Luxleue Cariier, daughter of Mr. aod Mr? Henry A Carner. and Benjamin U. Wiltshire, ot Orangecounty Bev J M. Beadle?, ottii-laled, a??l?ted bj Bev Huston Wiltshire FAIR PREMIUM LIST OUT The premium list of the fair ?o.lety !? out and coplee can Is* had at tbi? office or by calling on or sending to Secretary ??trian The race program 1? entirely uew,near ly f li"At 1? offered In prliwa f,.r corn and there are many other Interesting pre uili.in? G.-t a copy. The Conway, Gordon & Garnett ...NATIONAL BANK... f RfDERK KSBtJRG, VA. DBPOMIT8 HOLKITKD NiCGOTIAHLK TaPKH l)lHOf>flNTKf? All eorrespondence promptly answered Id sealed envelope?. Handsome lithoKTHphed ?heck books presented to ?ach customer. Merchante' business ?ards placed on their checks. m Bank Open From 0 A. M. to 4 1> IM.ir WON IN WASHINGTON Fteewtckxeteg mfeeted ?aarew*' Team 2 to 1 Before a crowd of ah tut five buudrvd * the I-retten. k?burg nlu? cro?-e.l pole* with the K I' Andrews hall team at tbe American league Park. W .??tiing ion, Wednesday, and It t-.-k teu liudug? t o Emma (he who.er Fr?4?l?rlck?borg ?c .red oue run in the tenth, and took tbe game by "J to 1 Tbe gante wa* lull of -> usatlonal field? ing by both team? Bennett pitched for Kreder!? kshurg. He twirled eight uf the ten Inning?, ami dur lug h<? ?tty oo the mound allowed bot four hit?, and the lone tally of Andrew? cante lu the fifth Inolug, and was <iu>- to a wild pitch, Id? only mishap. Bennett mat with a painful ai-clilent whll? at the hat to th?- ntuth. and wa? fore -1 to retire, aud I'ritchttnl waa hi? lum-ssur Bennett wa? ?truck to the ha. k of tbe otck with the hall aod fell on tile plate. In the'.ith Frit, hard lilt one dowo to ?e?-oiid has-? llulvey made a good catch, hut threw wild to I ?at, and the runner wa? ?af.- Bennett wa? hit, and the r.inner ?ul.?titule.I for him wa? out a' ?.coud on Barra Hehler'? choice, l'rltcb ard taking third on the play. Manning tingled to.-enter. e. .ring I'rlichard. Barr attempted to take third but ?vas called at that ?eck. The next batter went out on a lly. In th? tenth, with on?- dowo, Marshall drew a pass aod stole second. Franklin Hied to center, but the third baseman ?cored tbe winning run when Baumau dropped one lo ceoter for a single. lor the vlxltttig team. Betunan, at see on. I, and Splcer, at ?hurt, played ?ensa tioiial ball Score ANDREWS IHO ?. | Howell, lb. n I tS 0 0 Hanvy, c . tl (I :i 0 O Weber, p . 0 0 1 5 0 H klulvey, _'h II II 1 J 1 a Muivev m . ?? o rJ :t 0 Sh-aff-r, Ufa . (I 1 .1 I 1 Wi ...den, rl ill :i l> 0 llodd. It II 1 .1 H O Noy.-., et. I 1 4 a U Total?. 1 .'in 16 2 HtFDKKIi K.SBI K(l I 1 Ui I c raakHa, at 0 1 0 0 0 Baumau. lib. (? 1 .110 I'rlt.har.l. rf. p In II 0 0 Bennett, p . Il U 1 li 1 Bn unan, rf . II 0 n H ?? Bar*, . n n 11 I n Manning. If. n I u li 0 K. nl. lb . ?i 1 ?? n H Bntmr, ?? .... o (i ?_' 1 0 Marahall, Sb . 1 1 1 " 0 Total?. . 'J "..'In H 1 k. F Andrew?. OOOO 1 On (I nu 1 l'redsr1.-k?burg . O00OOO001 1 '_? Hit? mad.-, off Bennett I, off Prltchard 1 liming? pitched, by Bennett -, by Pritehard -', ?acrlliee hit?, Baumau, Marshall; stolen t.aees, Sheatter, Wove?, Franklin. Marahall; double play. A. Mai v. ? to Howvll left on base?, Andrews li, Kinl-rii-k?btirg. ii. tir?t base mi ball?, by Weber .'!, by Beuti.-tt -J. by I'rltchard 1; hit I.> pitcher, by W'el?-r 1 . ?truck out, by Bennett 1 I, by I'rll.-hanl ..'. by Welwr I; passed ball? Barr ' wild pitch. Ben u.'t. time of game. I hour and 4n mil. nl s; umpire?, Me??r? kenned;, and ii .uldiiian STAFFORO COURT PROCEEDINGS | I lerk lile.1 list o! d.-1? aud lines Administrator?' account? coutlrm.-u a? fol ow> I. It Newton, a.iiii1lil?trator fit Jau H. Baruetl Cha? J. Chanter?, ad uilnlstrai.r, K. K Kugland. deieased Plat? lor laud deliiU|U*ot ordered la corded, to wit: Waller Parker and Wal ter Key? W . 1' Keaiuy, treaeur? r, lil.il lit? Hat* ..f laud? sold Commonwealth to otic than C. .iiiiuoiiwealth, redeemed bet?re ?ah-, and heretofore ?old to Common wealth for deltnijueul tax. aud redeemed la-fore ?ale. which were ordered rei-orded, aud copies cerllhed under the statue. I. A Skluner qualified a? constable ot Rock Hill district \ oters plac?-d on Hat of qualified voter? on account of clerical error, to wit Frank Truslow, Frauk M. Watsou. Frank tillver, Juo. W l.ong, Alfred Mill?. Dan I.luierhk, W elford Sue!l!i,g?.Thos. S. Suelltng? Ue... Beagie, Win BeaK'le. Jas. U. Atiel. 0. L. Dodsoo, Wesley Honey, Jim. WBea.li, W. K. Courtney, C A. Botl?. H la? I?owry, on motion of W. W. Bui.-Her. was admit ted to practice ?aw a' the bar of th!? court. \\ in Marshall was purged from con? tempt, on account of ?icknes?, for falling ?n ap)iear a* a witness at last term Sundry per?nus .?bo had Imvu Indicted f..r selling wine, elder, Ac. came Into court and paid their hue?. * I'eusloos allowed W. P. Patterson, S?iphroula Curt??. I.. F. Spencer, Itebecca Newton lurrease, A. K. Montelth Jim W. Wamsley relieved from er roneou? a?*es?ment. F. M. Chlcbeeter substitut??! as trustee in lieu of K. I. Hill In deed al trust from C. W. lioblus.in. Anule Hill recognized to auswer a charge of felooy to next term. ACCIDENT Hate's Itack Brakea by Fal A horse owned by Eddie Jacobs aod driven by Morris Deaoe to the K.,1'. A F depot Wednesday night fell Into a ditch on Pr1n -e Kdward street opened by the lie lerliksi.urg A.jueduct Co , on which tber? was no light burning at tbe time of the accident. The horse fell head foremost and bis neck broken and the cooipanioo horse badly braised. The ?uddeo ?top of the carriage to which the horse? were attac.ti.-i threw from the seat Isaac, a colored boy, who fell oo his bead, aud Morris Deane, the driver,saved himself a bad tall by catching on the dashboard. Tbe horse ha* beeu paid for by Aqueduct Co., $10(> Supt. K. tato stod regen ?tatas a light wae put at tbe en.) of the ditch, bat was extinguished to earns ??ay not koowo. BASEBALL NEXT WEEK Kiedertck?burg will croe? bat? with the strong team Irotn C'bambersbarg, Pa , oo Tuesday. Wedneeday aod Thurs? day of next week. Kvery one mast taro out and see thee? game and help lb? boys vv to. TO PREACH IN STAFFORD Ur K J McHry.le will hold service at Hull? chape! In Stafford Co, Sunday evening, July lnth, at A o'clock. A cor? dial invitation is extended to ?vary one to attend the service? BAPTIST. COINC TO WIDEWATER Baptist Sunday school will give their aunual excursion to WMewater Wednee? day, July 21. Kvery facility will be afforded lor bathing and boat riding. big crowd will go aa usual. T() THF. CITI7.KNS OF STAFUdil) nil .STY. Th? Board of Supervisor? meet* oo the _>lth of Julv, 1'MIH. (4th Monday) la view of the tact there le prospect of get ting the Old Stag* Koad made the auto mobile road from Washington to Klch iiioud. the same belog forty mllee nearer, I ask that all citizens Interested In baring tti? same eetabliehed aa each to meet the Board ot Sopervfoore on that ?lay to perfect some plao fiy which tbe eaioe will be an accomplished tact. Don't let th* people or the upper route get altead of oa. It C. A. Bryan Decker A Alrich have a nice itae of top b?gale*, rooabouta, ?prlog wagon? and ?urrlss (live them a ?mil it yoo need a vehlrl*. Agents tor the Cortlaod road cart. SPOTSYLVANIA PERSONALS M?a?r? John S Inland. Jr. Fran.-?* 1? I i?.-twr. of Richmond; J I Cavell K! wiKfd Hk-s?. uf Prederk-kahurg, and B?n Durette. of SpoUyIvanla Mlsm? Snead. ..' Rockvllle la . Faye prl.-e ,-id Lillian Palmer were gueat? of Ml?**? i ora and Helen Joue* a lew days a?-. Ml?* Bertha Towk-a I* vtaltlng In Rich mood. Mime* Margar-t Jay ne? kiel lie Huuter aud Maud- Alllaou. of preder!. k?burg. ?anea the gueet? of Uttle Mis* Mildred Joue? at ber hooi?, Maesaponat. Mia* Klla 1-ewL Is vtaltlng friend? and relative? lo lilcbmoud. Ml?* Kvelyu Crlamond, who ha? been visiting ber consto, M1a* Mary l.tn Cole man, bao returned to Predericksburg. Mr. Dan Clark baa retarded to Rich mon.!, after ?pending a tew week? with In? mother MIm Helen June? waa a gueet of Mis* Kthel Harrington for a few day? Ilia? Jesste I, reell la vtaltlng '.l. Wash Ingt.'ii Miss Myrtle Oreen ha* r.-turned fn.ui Washington, wti-r? "he taught last "???i m Apple Hlo??..m BURIED HIS MONEY Celaree Bay? Find Treats? aad J450 Has ?am last Two colored hoy? were tried before Ju?i1ce Bouebrake at Montr..?? and ??ot on to grand jury, charged with ?t.-aling ap it containing f- Ion (?.longing lo John Tciupleiiiaii. a tnrlfty colored man. In Westmoreland T.iupieman had burled hi? money, aod ?aid It contained S600 In currency and f.Otngoid The colored boy? found tbe tr. usure, took out the money and reborled the pot In t he same place. Tbe theft was committed some weeks ago The motley hae been dl? posed of Templeman d?clar?e that be hadfliinln paper currency destroyed by rata In bla borne a year or more ago, aod Ibis Is the reason he burled this He will dep??lt his uiouey lo hank hereafter FUNERAL OF HON JOHN G0O0E 11..D. John i.oode, th? last surviving member of tbe congre** of the ( onfeder acy. who died Wednesday at St \ m cent ? Hospital, Norfolk, was so years old Hath result* 1 from a etrok. of paralysis At the bedside wa? hi? youngest, ?on J ? (?nulls. HI? other .-?illdreu Mr? W. T Brook.-, aod Jobo H. Ou.il*. ..! New York, arrived too late to rind their father alive. Mr. (?oud. ? fuueral took plate from St Lake ? Kpla-opal Church at .".Mo p m The body waa sent to the old home ?tead In Bedford, Va The burial will will I?- with simplicity, am! tbe body will not li? In ?tat? Mr. iIi.h.Ih waa an uncle of Mr. Ralph litrd, of ? Little Pall?,'' Stafford GOOD-ROADS CAR SMASHES RECORD Hakst Rua From Richmond te WatMagtea la 8 Heat? aad S Mtoutst At .'III."? o.l.H-k Wedliesdat 111.lining The Tin??? IHspatch good road? car left Richmond. At 13*90 ...h? ? the car entered the city ot Wastil.igtuu, aller breaking all record? lor the trip by any route Tbe actual running time waa 8 hour? and ."> minute? The car wa* no the road nine hour? Iron? start to tlutah The distance covered, th* Kred.-rl. k? burg route t?*lng tollowed. Is about 111 miles. VIRGINIA PRESS ASSOCIATION OFFICERS The \ irvriuia Pr?-?s A??.?iali..ii ?ion at R.? kbrnlge Alum Spring?. W.-.I lie?.lay ?lecled the following otlic.-r?: President. A. B. William?, of Richmond Newa-laeadet, ?ice prenident, C. J. Cama ' tin!.-ret N. vv In ?.?reUtry, J. 1. Hurt. o! I ariuvillu llern'd. lr.-asui.-r. a li. Baariay.?at Sooth Boaton N.-wa; hist.irian. MIm Bertha Robiiusoii. ot Orange (listener; execntivr cotnmlttse, li I' Durham, of Petersburg III.hi ftppaal; A P. Row.-, of Frclc-i? ksburg Kr-- La?tme and Star; (mo. 0. Oimn,of Clifton Forge R.-vi.-w; W. M.lroiiald Lee, ?if Irvinvrtoii \ irguiia Citi'.-n. and John Stewart Bryan, of Richmond Timm Dispatch B. B. CLASS EXCURSION Over 100 Peep a t* to Ltwa Pak The excursion of Brauuau? Bible Class from her?- to I.una Park pulled out of the depot here Wednesday morning with twelve coaches tilled with not lern than NiHi people With them were a Dumber of person? from the county and the Fred erliksburg ball team, wbo played tbe B. P. Andrews Co In W'ashi igt. u In the afternoon It was one of the biggest crowds which ever went out of tbe city on an excarsloo. A majority of th? party went to Washington. SAVED COW FROM DROWNING A valuable cow belonging to Mr. Henry Warden waa saved from drown iog lo the river juet below Haxel Boo, by timely action of Dr. W. J. Cbawolng Dr. i hew ut ng aod a party of friend* wer* out for th? evening on bl? launch when they discovered Ute cow to a drowning condition. Tbe propeller and rudder of the yacht were slightly Injured. TWO DROWNED IN RAPPAHAHNOCK Two person??Clarence (iray , ot Sa? fada, and Miss Jeanette Dudley, ot West Point ?were drowned lo tbe Kappahao nock Wednesday night a* tbe result of a gasoline launch lu wh'.-h they were rid tng catching are. The a -rideut occurred five mile? below I rbaiiua In the launch were .'12 other youog persons, all mem bare ot a picnic parly. Several were badly burned MINED ON ST. SWITHIN'S DAY Thursday wa* St Swtthtu'e Day and and it ralued here. Th? old legend 1? that If rain tall* on St. ?within? Day there will he rain every day thereafter tor lo daye. DIED IN MANASSAS Mrs. Maggi? Boteaeau, daughter of Mr B D Merchant, of Manamas, died Wed oeeday. Joly 16tb. I WU The deceased was a relative of Mrs R R Merchant, of this city. _ por sau: For rk.nt i ?e*t rabie reeldeoca on Charle* st rest tor sale Price aod terms reaeooahle Wood residence, with modern Improve uiente.on PritJise Kdward street, for rent. Very desirable Apply to Juo W. Althton, Jr. Frederlcksburg, Va. Headquarters For All Kinds of Leather Sole leather, Side?, Stripe and Blocks, either Hemlock or Oak. Harnea* leather, Belling and lacing, all ?lz** Calf Skins aod Blackamfth Aproas. W? doa't handle anything but th? beat All guaranteed to give perfect satisfac? tion aa to priora, etc. 11 John G. Hurkamp Co. MON P. Y TU LOAM lo soma to aalt ob good security. Ap ply to la*J Urav?*,Attont*y. al-'eoaa Chancellor Makes The Price ! Spring Fanning 1909 America.? Wire Fencing, fmm M t<> B8 In? he* httrb; Barbed Wire aad Staple*. Superior Dine I>rtlla, Dram .?..! spring; T.i.ii!. Harrows, The lu??i Manure Sprvrtdere, Tbe Beat Uaaotlne Kixtrlnea, 8 to SO Htyrwa i'uwer; Saw Mille, Fanner*' Frtemt ? ,,ru Drill*, with and v-lthout ferttltaer Mta-h-nffitat the If oat laa tirnvexl Crvftm Se>pnrat<ira, all ?I?.??; IDtnil and Home and KMlug (ultlr atore. Farm W anima, rarrmnsa. BuKtriee, and other Vetil? -lew. Tar Rnothig I'aper and lapa, Oliver Chilled I'Iowa, Ka?ra?ere' Friand Plow?, Churua, (haine. Well H-K-keie, Bpaktwa, Itnee, tunl other Farming I di pie-raen t* bought for eaah In latrjr? i)iiaiitltlee-Nu?l ?,fTeiv?J at the very loweat caab pHca. KKMEMHEK THB NAMJe AND PLACE? M. S. Chancellor FARMERS' 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. SUR. Mull. Linen. Allover Lace. all splendidly tailored, These and all other things of a First Class Dry Goods Store are here. C. W. JONES i -:- ? ?-~? | To Farmers and Dairymen. We ?m- pleamwd to offer yon the ffnesl import*-?! Parchment Butter Paper iiuuiii?aet,iiiV(i, ?mi up in boxea of 500 0x12 nh?H-tn ?it 66c the box. Also DIAMOND CRYSTAL SALT for butter or table use. Diamond Crys? tal Suit in line while. Hiiiouth running und ?ibwolutely pure Try it in your initier. Sacks 6c. lOc and 26c. -w. 31j_ -BiRi^x.nsrnsr.A.i?r EXTRAORDINARY VALUES IN Low Slides. Women'aTan SuedeAnkleStrap Sandale, medium eolee <f ?a7C Women? Kuaeiii ('all lllm-linr Cut Oxford, a that wears, at.. Cut Oxford, a ehoe 4 *7Kl Women'a Pat.ColtA Gun Mutai Calf '_' Eyelet Pumps, O Oc plain toen, at.?v.aCO Women'? White i'ttuvaa Ulucher Cut.l'laln To Oxfords, 91.60 value Ulucher Cut.l'laln Toe A /\/\ vTosssmn'a Soft Kid Oxford?, plain toe?, extra wide, flexible aolee, a comfort ?rlti-r, 4 ^C Ml???-?' Patent leather AaUa Simp Sandal*,'., t fl .'.(>; 18 to S ?A. Stritp Sandal?,!? to 13 <f JE Ml???-?' Viel Kid Oxfurd?, put eut tip?, extended eolee, bluch er ?ut,'.? t.? IS ?1.?_'".; ?1 Cft l;? to 2 at. ? *J\/ Tbe Waldorf Shoe For Men at $2.50 ??i|iittl? many ?>f lln-f'l fil? Liml?. All ln.tlln-r?. all Htyltw, ?um prt?-n. The JUST WRIGHT SHOE For Men em bract?* all lliat*-.**? to inali tbe blgheat trrawle Footwear, 8Ikn?* ttml Oxfords. All leath era, all style*. Price 4.00 ED. TIMBERLAKE, The Shoe Man, liul Main Ht., next to C W. Jonen, Krederlt-keburK, Va. FOU SALE ?mtietered Aberdeen A atrae bolle, 13 aod (I month? old. hin* pedigTaia Very rmsiinahW pricm. Kartavre, im? prove /onr etock and gt t rid of horn* David I. Jayoa-s, Maesnponax. Val Heaveaae Kar U?M Big Cut in Sommer Goods at Lowery's. We ar? taking time l.y tbe forelock ami thereby giving yon the iwlvautac* of I ii.> lug ?um;i?-r good? ?* li?-u >nu iii.mt n?-?d tlieui, aud at prtrt* that mean a big *ft?1ii?r All ?ummer goods are Included In thle redaction. Below in n lew of th* many good thing? .". au.I i'm- lawn* eut to._ 4e l'A. ISand 18a I.awnsaod Organdie? now.?. loc Ilk- lawn an.1 Hatlate now.?. 7*4* We She.no ?Silk, all shade?, washable, only.? Saw ."?ii.- Shanturnr .?.iiglal?, beautiful ?had?*.? Sea . lr.and ltvCrlukle l*ll??e._._lOe All 'J."?c White Fancy Mercerised Madras._ We tfie Drees Lln.n Stripe* and Checks fun-oat suits._. 19a Only I B.-autlful Meeealln? 811k Prince.? Drsjeet* e?!d at $ltl. take them for. $10 8mall lot Wash Suit? at las* than cost t.. maka white skirt* aad white walete at lirt.-?* that will plsass. (2 .-.(i Silk Parasol?, lila, k and color?, now.$l.a-d fl J. Silk Para*? .1?, black and color*, only. ! Htg loi ot Ni w Ulllln.ry bought at tern thau one-naif prie*, to ba ?old accordingly. Flow?ra and frutta all brand new. Listen! 1 l.it Fln.-st i.rade Black Chips, worth from $1.7". to fi.50, now. t*Se 1 lot line Straw Braid Shape*, ?old from $1 to fll, only._ AS* The*? ate this esaeon's newest creations aod are not stock worn, inet opened. It Is a rare chance to buy a summer hat at ism than one-naif value. Special prfeee on Trunk?. Suit Case?, and Lace I or talo? Don't get left. Come and get some of these plum?. J. T. Lowery & Co. \ Rawlings <& Son ' Ju?t r.v.lv-d another ear ol the celebrated Piedmont One $ Two Horse Wagons Grain Drills, Disc and Smoothing Harrows,the Majestic Washing Machines Alan Winter Seed Oate, Seed tire. Timothy Bead. Clover Seed, orchard Uraaa Seed A nice line of GROCERIES, In ftft anylhlug oeaded by tbe farmer and houaakaapar. HIRSHS'SPECIALS I .ad?e? Wftwli Suit? from f-t an.l up. K\lra.|iiallt> While ami Colored W aleta at 50c. Wfudi Skirl? fr??in 7."?- to f*. A rtyular -W Mele II???', tan and bin? k, for 15e. I.adW Vent* for St, worth !?? \ kC.H^I iinality Silk, 27 Inciten wide. In ail colora, worth 5tk\ for Sw?. Trimmed Hate from $1 and up. Sailor Hat* from Ma to f'?. A big line of ?l.le Llueu l.ac*a at ?V. Many other Special Bargain? at Isaac Hirsh & Son? 924 Main Street.