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Kh?fit\KirKMlU KO, VA.
At livpMwHia?1 rtcwsi-ti i h. 3M.r m-iwLi m niiiMi. '..art -at-et-tj Btlra? taeaatat u its rir-st . ?.?1 en?*t*> *. as*?ts?t?-aaal in? tas. a.i ? ?? " attaxaSaBaat ?? aaset* *ts las aatatat. Its. se? ?oa?ta?<al ils., trat ?a, t* par Uta. toraat-t .?ts.ja?.t osas. Wntita or naWW.? ?tatisas ol ?Matrtsaa ..??.. ?ta-, ?-S.aarajT.ir .1 ?iv. 6?aJ( rata. . -a>- .a.?.?1's? ' aJawSSit tttaSi , ??. ? .?t r? ??Il tjs .a.staaw?.? >'????> sasaaaSst ?t.aaal S ?JUttiss? a" a?, rasa a.???? ????."?airtst? B-'S ? _ :t?Kfif(i9B l\.St fCt ?C?f. il Ad'aJKB iri:?i?AY, m ?si .-t ??. 1.???.'*. \ POORCtOP The Washington l\>st is aiithorlly f ?r tlie ?t'ttelnelll tll'tl lli* '?.?iiu-.iiiir notice published bel it was .ttlik Up nn his laud bj a f*trni??r In llliiioi?, whose patience lia?l ba>en exhaust?! by the horde of hunters who pursu?-??! til? tnollv cotton tails Hin! luci lent all? swarmed over hi* land. After ?da. i g several ?? ?ti.VeoU* pl-nard? In i*.in.|il?'liii]s positions to m et tli? ??.*. - ol tresp??aaiii?r s;>.irtr?men ?ml finding that soft Bur?)?, no lu-tlter li.w ef feet I ve In t.iru'ng away wr.tlh, did not t-tirn away poacklaf* sport?, the old f*ll,w waxed wrathv over the Stn?ll of girl powder atnl the rvver li.'tHli ni Cat em til arm. tun! deter? mined lint the time li id i MM f .r pi ?III I-tilgII?Ige. IltlHiUtitkttl'l" 111 ItS term? and f jr?*i!..e In its warning Here Is what replivf.1 the ordinary "pa?ase don't hunt here" sign? ' Nolls" Trtjepaser* will llpent?kut?sl to tli.? fall extent of '_' m-in mnnirra?] dorgs which alnt never li-aeiiLiverlrttosliil.nl to strangers, and 1 dsbbri l.trl shot gun which alnt lotdsd with ?oft pi I 1 >rs. liatn if 1 aint glttli? tlrv.1 of this hel raising on my farm. No man will dispute the fart that a man ?ho write? lit.? Unit must have just caos? tor i.ng? r. Land on which nothing but hell is raised will not support the owner or help the soil. That Illinois aVM w?m on that farm to farm and when It come* to raising he doul.tletvi hite it desire to do the raising himself. We ?ympa thir.?? with kal 111 in hi? trial? in;.I we believe that slgnlli-?nit sign will go far toward? alleviating Ms mitT ?tinge. BLIND W??VELY RESCUES BROTHER Reaches Croatning Lad by Sound ol His Voice. Teadon. Pi the sound of hi*- ? Henry Gilbert at. Pas? h a I an the lit? the* Jobs ?. years, in Bs rd't ?r BVII perate striiKicI?- The ?piarrv . parts is said to Bot b journeyed i.nt to the old swimming hole Heini was the fli the water and was dressing bank when John took a last : After a laps head app.-n* - out in th. pond. The si;..,..- (,f th.- bada panions neu. ut. I to tha blla '. I something ?> ? "What's the matter?" he exclaimed ? t John? In thai intttnt lo? be? am? alert an.I started toward the bask. After John ? an,e to the surface of the water I?? IWtM to the shore as if in pain hut after makine a few feet he called for help and sank At the first .-..uin?! ?it his bl vole- llenr. ailed out that he wa ?omlng and leai??*it overboard ? and all. With streu? OTIirbBBll str.?s? he fairly raced through th.* water to the place BrtVSTS he had heard h:s brother tail hut h.* eoald t? him. "He went down Just where you are. cried the m :.ore Tread lag water. Masjrj waited there for flf teen se?onds. when baa brat! peared ten fi i away, ami call?-.; once more Turning qalefcly, tbi bo> swam in thai direction, hut again his brother sank said b. reached. When bag boy again came t? the aurface Hear] caught him by th. head, auppoiteil Inui and slowly swam toward the share. dir.*?-ted by th. Bound of the him toicss on the bank VICTIM OF AUTO DIES Motor Overturned and Fell Upon Wo? man on Sidewalk. Reading. Pa. Aug I?Miss l.ydia Denhard Bft?d thirty year?. died In a hospital her? fimn injuries r? when an el ?tri? automobile drlv.*n bj Police Serg.ant Marion P. C'ressm?; turned tun'- l'ic-snian was assisting In Inspect lb i; the tire alarm t] when the machine got beyond ? and dash?*d into an lion post. OS turning on Miss Itenbard. who mm? on the sidewalk ?NEAT CROP ENORMOUS IN WEST The farmers of Minn?-, ita and N'orth nod ?South Uitkota will get. more than ?*3W.OOO,000 for the enormous wheat crop now almost read v for the binder? This means that lite fanner? of th.-aae States will have ;,iore money to ?pend than ever l?*for.- in th? history of the Northw-.-st VIRGINIA VETERANS TO MEET Ma] 8 8. Brooke, ol Roauoke, grand commander of the Confederate Veterans of the Ht* te of Virginia, has Issued or dees for the grand camp to convene In Dan ville, Oct. 12, 13. and 14 Th? vet? erans are to las guest? of the ('abell ?iraves Camp, of that placa. SUPERINTENDENTS TO CONFER Ths contaran?* of school superintend sata of thsBtate will begin at Karmvliu? fas til ay and will last for two days ?"bs ensjatrsseo will be presided over by Soperlntendsut. Kggieaton It Is expect sd that nearly all the superintendents of ths Stau will atUBd. DR. H. II. ECKEKRODE. 0ENTI8T. Ofllot boors 9-1 and 3 to ?'?: office Mala ttvtet, ovsr Ooolrtck's drag stors. POR BALE OR TRADE Obs mars la foal with mnleeolt; would pjrstac to t?ndi for sheep. Koxbary VsaTM. PoBto^et, Oalnsya, Va j.'U at TARIFF REPORT IN THE SENATE till Will 3e Enacied Into Law This Week. WINS BY 12 VOTES IN HOUSE Twenty Republican? Voted Against Measure and Two Democrat? For lit. During the Debate ?tfll?ail Payne Defended R 'port. Wn.ie Democrat? Attacked tn? Bill. tb'.n. hi?; ; < us-lon? 01 :? '?'?iti.al ? hara? ter the new ta * law an - the pi? to the adoption of the bo a.? ? ? *f Th. .riling. Senat..r I . flr>t ?parch iu it? sup". Sena' the mi nom; ti.irent that t: ?ta will debate the ta? fan not fl at taagtt against the a I to the new t_ House Adopts Tar.Sf Report. The ? ? TI.e li? man Pa an admit in? an.l i oagra' of m'len the re;. * most c: ? ? ataadl. or nun? . nature Cr.-,:rn:ar I ?olleac- ? ? s? with th-- approTal >.t Mr Clark ihr- n er. and many . bill an ' ana for falling, a? the- a! tariff tlo-nwarl ai party all of all trat by Mr Mann nf : Kayobll an who -aid he ?o against the report proTldetl tl on pal| by the hat parti. ul?r schedule and !.. that Canada woalrl carding pu. and print pa|t.-r as to place an altaoa* prohibitory price upon ; country SNOW IN JULY Omaha See? Strange Phenomenon Ac? companying Storm. Oms falling in .Inly in Otnahit ? . lit dur an extr.ni. !. bol ?lay Tfee flu. intermittently for nearly ten n. Caleb Powers I? Ambitious. Lt-_agtoa Ky Aug . ?Cal*!. I'.? er? r.-. ? n' t pat .ion.-.1 aft.-r trials, huk-iio.- beca eoat-i ted of com pllcltk .tssinatlon ernor I .is can didat y for roa Czar Aids Immigrants at New York. St Petersburg, .auh 1 - Kmperor Nichols a grant . annually foi the support of th.; Rus? sian imraifru la N. w York, which wa? founded by Archbishop Platto Georgia Bars Trading Stamps. Atlanta. Cj tag . _ Tia.llng ?tamps ar> no- . ontrahaud in Geor? gia. Oovernir Hrown having sinne, tha bill which ptrofelbtta their use lor bar? ter or trade ?uducainents. To the Democratic Voters of Orange County. I m..?i reanaetfany annoaacetny-a-H a eaatbdats loir i aautailua 1 lua lortbeHoaae of li.legat.- from tliis county, tit tin Beulttcratic primary election, to I?-help ?i.i'..- time |__ summer 1 still ivlvocate better schools, l**t ter r. .in!? ami .-joali zatlon o' tax am-ewum-iite on !><>tli per sotu-l and real property a? far aa posai l.le I rolad for the Byrd law anil 1 am heartily In fnvtir of its enforcement I als?, favor the greatest l.ttitu.le ol local option an.l kk ill cae. my ballot for the submission of th.- liquor question to Uta ?hole pet.pl.. of this State. Thanking you for llie honors lim-tofore Imluvnl ni? m me, I am, Very r-mpectfully, C. C. TallaI.'*To. 8r . tl (?rang.-. Va. FOR SALK A large hit ol Blrdsell wagon odds and end?, wheels, front gears, brakes, axle?, skein?, Air- All of which we will ?all for lea. than half tbe coat C H Uontg. m ?'J* Co. _ jai it, MONEY TO LOAN In sums ol t.'kiH? an* upward, real eatate security. Apply to C_Ich.kat.er A Chlch??ter, Attorneys, ?a tf FLAMES NEARLY DESTROY OSAKA 20,030 Buildings Burned la! Japanese City. THOUSANDS ARE HOMELESS An Are? Over Four Mile. Squar. En? tirely Burned Over?Famous Budd? hist Tempi? Destroyed?Loas Will Reach Several Million Y?n. Osaka Japan Atig .. ? Confuaion >iere as a result of. Sat urday ? .Hsastrous Are Thouaaads of are homeless and hunger is staring many of them In the face The number of ?asualti.? ha.? not yet been determined but hundreds of injure 1 ? are crowding the boep The latest estimates ar? that buildings ?ere destroyed, these lu.lud ing bank? - ?.hange, tbe museum got eminent edifices and fa. a: pi.sent it la impttit sible a<< ttrately to state the losses these are _iveB roughlv at several million y.i It is etpv.tc?" that some of th? otnpani?*- - as a i i will ha? e to pay The r-onSagrattoa lasted more than five hour? and the burned eec lion present? a deplorable s ght. The .? :e very narrow and at w.?od ?on -n Inder a ?iron. brat*-* ther-f.?:? ?ere an easy lame? which Jumped from one to another with great ra pidlty One hope ?as almost aban lon"d ? uld b. An ar? a of oTer four mile? eqiiar?. contalnina s..m? - hand? some^- ? ?up', tb. i . world. ?? the fire -.. The of tbe > was ? l?>c?t' ? ni, h eras. Is lie? of Japan ? rned ..-lievert that h? . i-*t ion to the m I that his action will b? . :;- :?>?t ?ns. AUTO WELL SCENTED Touring Party Kan Over "Olossy Little Animal?" In the Road. ? .- ft }? luidme. of Mon'. i.owllng ?long la the . I. thry saw ?merge from - the mad In ? f the <ar Before the driver -r ? '. ? tl? a ? I mi over and killed -_? etoppetl and -nd his 'hat the? had en ttnlmal? that a a?oid Mr it?.. more of the animals ? . .tomobile wan atibje. te.l to a - - ol disinfection SHOT IN SHAM BATTLE Me ?be? o' Pennt.lvan.a National Guard Die? of Wound. Johnston .. Pa An- . \ - - raerset saya that a - kteenth regt ?*<l b.-en in camp with ..ther i.-_iments the ihr .amp _ ? md infli. ted during th. sham hat tie fought at that pi_ be man a name Is not given out. It Is aliened that the shot wa? tired by a memb.-r of the Eljilite. nth regi ment made. | sup'Kised that all of ? . lio partit ipate.1 In th. ment were sop-til*?, with hist, ..nly. Quake Razed Town In Mexico: Famin? M.-x.. o Citj \,ig : ? k lia (rom I I .-nly three di.tin. t ?vaocka of cart fe-piaba have b_?*a f.: ? Prtflay The city ha ,>e.i and the inhab Hants fa? e a famine A tidal wave. coming with one afeock engolfe.1 the I No liv.-s were lost Lynch Law For a Peeper. Wei!?' ? . t ?- -' Bias Ander? son, a negro waa taken from a deputy sheriff 'his p?a? e an to dea': --? ..f citizens The negro (i'-eping in'o the room .. laughters of V\' H Hell If Longe.t Ease Ball Throw. New I lag -' loe Mar? tina l.i rotmri for throwing tt>. base Lull, bis best throw being .? .-t au.I t inches. The tot. ?a? helil by l_.ri*y Tw-ltchell at ISS. I yards made in itn Two Killed by Train. Newb.-ri . s C Aug . Charier Williams aud Krneat Hatiknlght were killed near '?ere by being struck by I pasaene.-r train on the Columbia. New berry a l_tiren? railroad A CARD To My Fellow C1tlx.-ns of Kredertcke I.urg, Va. A large number of my frit-ml? haveaak ?*d in.- |o late?me a candi.late for the office of Coaimon wealth's Attorney for city of Fre<ler1ck?burg an?) at thelraolfcl? tation I have d?*cideo aod hereby an? nounce myself aa a candidate for that position. ( ?f curwe toy ?tieri-Mi at th?* polls in So vein lier depend? opon thesup port of my friends and I ear-neatly aak that support If elected I shall with my l??*t ability endeavor to perform the dutie? r?-t|'ilr.-il of thl? poaltlon, and I ?hall eieeute vln.se dutle. without fear or favor l_?epc?'tfnl!y, Wm. W. Butiner. LOCAL MAEKBTfl (Corr_ct*d by Simon Hlrah A Hr.. i Wheat, !?0c to $1.05; eora.MO to 82 rnaal, 91.75 to $1.85; oat*. ".0 to 55; old tutna. lira, 10 to 11 ; ?prlng chick eus. l.~> to l?. per pound; egg?, 17 to 18; lard, U? ?o 13; docks, Ut. 8 to 10; tor keys, lite, 10; batter, IB to 9ft; conatry bams, l.'t to 15; I/tab potatoee, 00 to 70, lambe, $3 50 to t-?; nid-., grace, 6 to 7; dry aalted, 8 to ?? dry hid-?. 10 to 14; calf aktna Mo. 1, $1.00 t<i tl -5; baled hay. $14 to $17 par ton; leaf sumac, 70 to 75 par 100; ho?-?, 5V; I-x-f, lire weight, 8 to 4c.; pork, ? to ?V wool, 38 to SO par lb; ?aal, b% to B. CLUNG TO UPSET BOAT FOUR HOURS Party of Four Rescued After Exciting Search. YACHT WAS OVERTURNED Crie? For Help Was -.archer?' Only Qu.de In Darkne?? Tnr?? Mil?. Off Coast of Avalon. N. J.?All Were Lathed to Overturned Boat. Avalon X J At:? . Kour hours Bear aeath rlingtag with desperation to the - ?a ol an okerturn ed batte?.i. and Hnally ajhrilling res cue b> a.U? up a B'gt.t of -lid adventure for l>r \ A Sa-rt-nt and bis wife, of Philad. 1 phia ?kith their sailing gue*t Ket._ B King and Adolphe C . ' ft Dt Saruent and bis party ha ? sw?pt and the life . were rala < trying to find tbe ca ?rait night - ..ff shore r>- Sargent ?n.l his family pa snnim. I i having a h.re Mn :. at uni Mr Cbala we?. ? tage Tbe part ; boat and after a short time them?' a heak ? tide that r - - the Thorn,ighfare ? r an an. t ovtinc well the of crashine boats was to- short and the boat wat There wag a t.-i I ?h? Ironwork of the ti. i-allro? -.'the liggint: down .?mashed the mast and aall aa -? miming the Ilttl? boat, ami ??' ...iirte spT pact.. ? ,.'?>r In the swirl of th? 1 -ippled and waa ??? ? pt oa toward the s- a At ? there was immi nent danger that the two women ami the two men would not be able tc reach I F*orluaate!y Pr iar gent l? ? ; ? turne." and ? ' Chalase . all to tfee boat that ft atsept ? > ?-.? lashed the women and after? <?? for Ibis 1 have si Cr.es For Help Heard. wat. ? ?t * re heard ! Cap Mat who gate tbe alarm *. life boat was launch**?! an.l ptijr ?ongh the breakers l?ea ? - .i r?e ket? were s. nt high Into periled party ko..? help had b*?n heard - ar. h for tl ? C?ptala Nk-bols and his -n the ?lag within ? - h thev heard iaini was a half e the) . ame upon the t? pan k F.nt? Wkten Saved. ? from had been plu? I - ? bile once ?i\ it,... ?ft y t o h ? i the ree ctie i a? HIGHWAYMAN GETS $4900 Payrrsfter and Six Other? Leave Mo'-c/ en River Bank. When :. It in mines, with ? : lio and start ' ? n in a boa. ? .'i with a rlf p.-l oat *s ?n ! ordered the niutiii \khirh ?a? party to ? tb the mote i Ha W -korting Cougn at 75. Mi.I. I.-t..-" V V Aaa .' Mrs D. M \\ .. ? onniy. at ih. la hav? ing h .. of th.* whooping t our!, an 1 altboogb on. -!:- la ha . i that lisease bo ?.in Ntne-V. ar-Old Bo/ Drown?. AiIh:.- ? Iv1n?, aged i 'in Klsh . some com pa 11 ions TUCKER ESTIMATE Wt.e- asked lor bis for.cast of the re suit of tbe primary next Thursday, Cap? tain Kit-hard 8. Ker said. "From absolutely reliable li.f >f uiatl .n, taking a conservative view ol the situa tloii.ae expect Mr Tock-r to carry ?ver* congreaalooal district In tbe State, with the possible exception ol ote. We ex pe.t his majority tn conservative figures to be between 12.000 aud 1...0O0." Captain Ker added, stnllili.glj : "In making this statement, I am not labor, tng under tbe earn?* disadvantage that Judge Mann's manager ts, of having al? ready established a record aa a poor po Htteal proarnoatteator; for four years ago Colonel Mann, on tbe night I-.fore the pttmarr. gave oat a statement claiming that Jndge Maoo would certainly receive over 4<>,00o vote., and woold lead both of hi? competitor? by a ?ale plurality Tbe result ol tbe primary four years ago waa that Jodg. Mann only received about 30,000 rotas, and Governor 8wan?on wa? nominated by about 20, 000 plurality." advt,lt AOKICt LTIJKALLIMK KOK SALE High grade Ground Lime In 100 pound bags At $5 50 per ton In car at depot Will ..nier car alter Aug 1st. Pend me your order?. M. B Row... j.'tlllm Fredericksl.ilrg. Va. WARRENTON H o RM F. SHOW September lat and 2nd, 11*01? Kntrlea cloae Aag. 1. Reduced rate, on railroad? jy2t?-?l FIGHT FOR GOVERNOR auit , ? . .-... ial | a ? ! glulM |? tbougl.r I In lit. PbTI ? claim ?> 111 ?Ira vat ??firth. .?? .ai.llial? ?aMBawa.1 ?*??*. latui? -.? I ah I MBJTT'i I a,, ext '?? saarsaiit. I tet. ma?'?- alts ?u? U ttrslgbt ' it? Ha? h i- pe?!.at las snpi rtert ? I Mr. Tu???r b ?. ?. l?e ?a-Ved. Bu. pOStrl?. Lai >rin?i1 ,?, ? ? li-wo awcurtad regarding lie a utlu.-i.? la those districts which makes it a> tain tha- . Mnrh Mstrlct? will give Tucker maj ?rltlee. .?r will l?e ?arrl?>d !?> Judge ala.in hr su? h small v. tea. a? t.i ma? r'a u a jorlty lo the Stats somethinir w.rtiij i! being .1? i'oiuluated a lau - A caudldVe for a State ?th. e. who. ol course, never expresses a prefer?!?*, as t? tween Judge Mann and Mr Tucker, m?.le t h ? ?tat ment ti.I, Weak, aft? r bav Ing Bavttwd iip*ai*de "I eighty ??? .; the State. hicludlrn* every toataty of th. Fifth IMstrlct ric. pt one",n ,| et? ? . ty of the Ulntb .avetwo.th .- ' w?>u!d proba My catrrj baith. He said the r??u t In the Fatah was ?hi cloas that bo man could f. .retell i- with anytl.1t u* like accurac.. . that It uot aurpr!?e t.lin If either ?-amlMa'. carrle.1 it by a me; rlty ? f V?. than a huuilreit As t?> the Ninth, he sal?l there sasB t the.llgbte.t ??ouht that Piiltaskt. Wvih . . ?rtii?*e;i au?l Vt 1 It cker ? ; i-ltJ ?, ti: Ithat ?? 1? .U?: at-Tttd tat? ajatllltt, A tuppi. t?r ol Judge Maun. w h ? 1 a u li with the cm. palgn li \ Irgln'a ever-lmv iMtttttpthtB, a woul.it.ot hesitate to del \ this ?tat. m. i,t. astf coi,' i Bf he blamed, aai 1 here 'hat Mr Tucker woald Atn-lla county. Amela ad] >1n? N w ?\ . a: i ?' u 'at- ataVtM ha? prac!l,t?l Its and i-ondu ie?i BBDch btjslaet? la ih count.. I.i ? he course ..f hi? life Th. man I to ?aid thai doabt t' a' Mann will '???. tlie eouuti li '? was stated. Ju?'. has bail ' tar i>Bp<p rl ? re ye?te*d?ay fn m a man ? ho hs? ma.le a rsTJ cl, at- -,-ai.vas. FA? ? ? rthaaiptoa ?? i t-larn S'i.t-. ?tai.-d that ther? ?a h- ? .?? - 'u . ??. u 1 give a heavy Tu * ?ority. It Is b IWted that Mr Tu k-r's ins ; irtt*J 'i >.- K.fth IM.trlct will IBB 1 r ' -tbly a? blgb a? 2 im?' an 1 tins' . . a ? te bt i *k?.'i lo a???*? r tslu the aaeiilluients ? f the BBl Only on?* ?wttwXaawaf was ??ipp.?rtiug Judge Mann, while thlr-- th-.i Mr Tu? ker \ S r' k Hi an a his way tu ol ton by ?tettnier a few night* ago tot k a ?straw rot? among t-ven g?n*l inei, ?mm 1' nan, nth and S .rf ill ?.th.-iti ?? met Ol .* - I of 1 Burst M ? . - A barker who rv?l le? lu LoaMCSB an?* lot? bu.ln.aa lu Wa?h'i'gt. n sa' 1 l-v?' m?j.ht tba? h? be lev, J that thfwstjsjl ' f.?nr vote? ?at In l.oudoun w i. Tucker Kalifat county wa?1u d?.ubl ' weeks. Sin? e Mr Tucker ? ap that c? iint. lb ? re?u!t. it ? ?bow a Tu. ker MBJ trlty ? f !r in 1541 t. J.">?| In the c uut> Ths Mai letter, are said to have beata >?? tlv* f ?r Mr Tucker An Ai* vendr?a ne?-;*,, Wer, aaid in last night that It did tr t ? to him that Mr Tockcr'e majority w ander J.",o In that city The I a law the ??ra? - lui?. direction liidea?l ? i lar as tab I by .It ? i-d fr- in \ '. who com. t ? Washington a Ti . will develop on next Than and blow all ?lay Serloo.iy It cann ?t be I- Is ? ? 1 t bat a supporter ? I Jsdge Maim. lam: . the titea-ion a? It de val sps hsr . a. tuailj can believe Mann ?111 b> although til 11Baaltllg thai 1: point t? Tu s-r's d?'?at advtlt A WORD TO YOUNG VOTERS Ivllti r I'.icliuioU.I BvSaVtaM J.urnal. The writ.r beg? to submit a few n marks f. r th- ral voter? Kvery young mau w : with the liemi.cratic party la V'.'fclnla should ktow and uuder.tuu-I thelm portan,-e of casting his vote wisely ai ?I well l*i the approaching primary i?i w only a Week aw a? he ahouid ful.y assure him.i If which of the two caudli'a-r? most Intelligently, fair y and : represent? all that 1? bewt lu the 1' mo cracy cf ? ur Virginia ('??mtn ?riw.-altb uoder which we have pn - prospering ai ng every line..' ? ndaavor. The bone.?.*. al.Tlj. repre-.i.tia',:.. character, the fitness to crad!t?,l,'y H I the high 8L 1 reap? Bath Governor of Virginia must be ? ? duly eontl'lerrd from ?very fair, ?jnpr? judlcad stautp dm You must deride a? between Judge Mann and Hon. Harry Tucker both of these m-n are Virginia-.? they claim t.i be true liemocrat?; eaih has a laige fii?oWlUg of tl.e Is.-t the State. N.,\t th.* ?in ??? In arise? which Is the beat man of the tw.-tl i t > nil the ott:ce of Chief Kx.cutlve of ? ur CoMOB wealth " Which will tou trn.t to h 1 1 up the honorant) d'gtdty of our grai d id Stan. the old? r or th- yourger nian. ihelrre tpectlve lecords duly cunatd* e?i'' Will yon choose ti ?* man of lotMl at ?I patty pol?tica, with a limited reputation In h!t own State, with a iiue-tloiiat 1 *. vulner? able recrd, or will you select the man ol State ail national -eputatlou lo law and politics; a Virginian of Vlrgl lana a representative man at home and abroad; th? peer of any man In this prood old Commonweaitl ?'.' Young men, young voters, 1 entreat you BbotMB tietw.?n the two men, choose wisely and well, , h ?os? the strongest man before the paopl?; lie tare to choose the man whote llem?.cracy Is unassailable, and whom no Republican leader lu this slate can successfully meet on the hosting lu debate. I feel It my duty to tell you and warn you that Judge Mhmi i-auno' staid this test; In the present itmpatgu toward hi? worthy opponent he has sun-, ??fully i I tj? 1 lb. role of *Ar fui 1) idger." even hey ?t,d Lilckens' conception of that character This also appll? s to his past i?.?Ilrt.nl career. Young men, ilioore ye LoLeglli, f*air!y and well, atnl may (lid save th? l'on monwealth DEMO RAT July ?* 'r..i?'.i aadvtl! WANT MANN AS NOMINEE ?tpuWlctJit Think Kim Weak Mort Mssom Ltttwt Mantlossd Newport New?, Va . July 11. Not only do a niej irity of the Kepulst cao State leader? t?ei'?ve Ju1g? Matin will I?* the n. nil ee ? f I lie Iieiin.cratlc party, bat they are hoping for bla nom' nation, and many ? f them will do soto? ipulet work f<jf the Nuttoway candidate Th'a informatl n we? gathered from tbe leader? here thl? week for the Bepule dean convention They had no be?l tauey in saying Judge Mann would i.e th?' weaker candl.late for Kent to tackle In tbe general election. It Is said by reliable parties that more Mai.ii Malion? letters are In existence These letters, it la belhved. are In the hands of tbe R. publicans, tine LaMBO? . ratlc newspaper bat trie.1 to get tbetn, but failed What tbees leturs contain coold not be learoed. It Is believed tbe Republicans Intend to spring tbaase letters in tbe coming alec tIon If Judge Mann it tbe nomines, and for that reason the? are hoping for his nomination. Kart her reason for this bb> lief la that the flret Mann Mabone letters have undoubtedly hart ths candidacy of the Nottoway candidats in Norfolk and Nswport News adult FOR TUCK'I? . BM Ssta-tlaa \t I ra " A II Ce ? I \ ir ' Jud?.- Maun ?i b Henal- r i ia?r. ol W .?(.. . <- uuty. prr?lJ._t o! (be It. tt.1l l.'.ju. r IksaWra' aea.-c1at1.il . I \ Irgli,!.?. ?a M au u'a leader, or ?ill the.? f.llo? t?te?_,v I'r I'ltt.a ?Mtpll.. It il.'.1er I Kll lllllond. ?.ltd .?lit rol tb? K? :.' i? UaraM sap; Til ._ m ' 1 a-, not .1. >***-? that Judge Ma .alea ?al -Mtitbe 11.Iuor pest. ' - .V .1 u - ? l.-kt he ha? though I .1 >? I to ttafe >..?! M It I? not t:.- .. i.? ???? tb. gfella? J : - M ?un-? batik? *l ? ??? r??iij ??! ili pr. ?I . ?lit of tb? H In" I ; I r Ik.? er- V-? t Mr. Tu. I. r 1 i-tb ? . neker mad. a>> d-Ctatal ? that could te c >u.ld.1t _( i.e favore.i ,-t?t ? wid? ii aapalani arta .-?'Ion. Mr Tii'ter was goeti a roualcg ... v ..o - .- - ? alhaal a-1 kill MAI I R-w1 .....l _ m. i,ib? ..i i Fias pe_M_ttaaa Very tsasoaahst i ?. lui prove ?...l- ?'ock and get rid o? ko*a. ? a Beataaa. Y ?rm ? i ?-_???? ' Potomac, Fredericks bur^ and Piedmont Railroad. ??, ?rtsl.fi. I.I..H? - hit?. Min. K...1 1 a y ? t-./?..l.l. 1 U ? v. ?? k.r.1. I ? ? ?? l - I ?/???. I 1? III ?- I UI..1..II !.. 14 II t. St l?J|.f lit? ?? I ? Of. . ..tiu. . K K an ..? >? ? :~?__l__. . kl M ? HANOVER SCHOOL MM? is ! ? I :??? Prto-ijal ? 'i at Kr??|..?! k?' ..?!_? ka K ?_r 1 ? I ? I ?? b. n at If? it - Mtea Ba kati a..ut w ?1 llr ?k n ?1.1 I ????I .... ? ' naatl n add ra ? Miss W. F. Schooler, ??pi?. Rl . '. t * HI f.t? H\. a m . . ? baa ard: a . 7 06 a m la' ? 7.1a ib !._:'. Ill tl; | Ht? | ? .othw ar.) *. ii. !?l y. II I trallij '"I a. ., ?Tfl lavjra. local - ?.dajs ?.... in M a ? .!ai_. h a l. kl; ". I?'.f .k y, A ? I tra' loll-. ?? _..H 51 p f. da!l> - \ I *ra1i. -rr'T-a 1 1. -V '?.ya. ? wo, r. *?-??? ? i -, - ? Brichs! Bricks ! ?.-ru.I - of all kli.tls. Bad. ami 1 .timed la FnfxJerickeliui-g Sen.) your ordern to K I> Cole. Sole 'g-Iit. Fredericksborg Brick Co. I _oaaa l '< t?r 2~~>. Ijoeoi delivery or T. <>. IV rare or itMDi boat. B. K. WHEELER a ? -__ * FUNERAL DIREaOR * EMBALMER Corner Charlotte and Princess Au't? 6 La fboaa 8_. "rederle'itsbar-- Va Open Night and Day Headquarters For Building Materials. I k-tej all kind? of Mortb Carolioa <nd Vi-gln'a I.nml.er. ?lreseed and and r Bar ad, Bhlngie?, "?*??? tfar.l., Doors, an*! Blinds Lime, Cement, 'Jalelue Plttater, Flaaterlng Hair, Lnlldli.i* ami Paving Brick. Tinand iron Roofli*?-, Cat ami Wire Nails, all i'.inih ;:.m'.y-r.llftt! 1'alnt? and l)i) r-klnt. !.. o- ad Oil, Turpentine, Dryer Varr.:-: ml L-awia's White I/end, ??aim H- . i i of all kin'.? \\ llaaaaa Putty, Boliilcr-'Hardware ? <'i .. ??r Hoot'ii ? 'il.. '?j ?r tut?1 i ii- Brick ?>f S? we I Pitta *?**d " ? t> '. ? k . K.I Ag. nt for ?ale of bricks of Fr. derlck? ? u-g HrtcV < ompauy : acta Is scarcely any eond.tl-._t cf HI health that 1- not benefit?-?! by the occasional rue of a RIFAN? Tabule Vor aale by .IragglsU The Flre? oeQt packet la -inoigli for an a__Uk _*ry ?e-it-a.'OD. 'Vt- s "sn/Uy bott!?. _B ?Jf'-? ????-!?- ? *tl. '.', tl'.' % "#?.. WANTED 1,000 Tons Sumac Kor which Mm Highest < ?_nh I'rice will he pftid, J. Q. HURKAMP CO. SIMON HIRSH ft ISO.? CouLOieree Ht.. Frederieksborp. Vt llaaler? In all kind? of COUNTRY PRODUCE, (or which hlKheatoaab prleaa are paid. Choie., ato-fe of Htxli Crad. raaaliy a? ??-'.. -.i-ftvi ^?.Vat? t CHICHESTER S PILLS W__->?. TBC IM ?S.-D IIBAISI?. a. Pill. I. tt-S ??? --M ?_:itc\JtaV t-.??. _-???i ?a? si?. rim??i. ATX _f *i?_?taaABBtaa riljut a.*. if__.t^?a???--t.t?a??.Ai??-y?--t?iiB SOll BY DRUGGISTS EV_Jmi?ii ?"? ST S^Pa Avt THE BUSY CORNER WASHINGTON, D. AUGUST IS THE MONTH OF BARGAINS Much Worth fir Very Little Money is the Keynote Inventor* m ovt r, itt.il nil small lot? have Ih'?*h geiWred t<tj_rt*thtr to dispose fl? at al mort jr our own pries Manufacturer-, tin- country over a*v planning for Fail, arv raoding ??m their nalewmen for Kail orden, an?! bava almost forgotten the existence ol rammer ?roods. Any "cleanup" Iota thfv may bave on hand itr?- diapot-ed <>f for a mere rang. ? Mir buyers aVre always on tiu>alert, am. watch inj_: for the-?- opportunities. All These Advantages On To You. We Pass But 111 rvap the full U'lietit of theise .Ugust Special Stl? h you -h mid not miss any aniiouiic ?nient, BO read our advertine menta in THE WASHINGTON DAILY PAPERS And read them ever? day, because each hulletin haH a particular ?ut*r? st (?fits own. InadtlitioD to the cut juice sales, there will be announcement? of the arrivals df advance Tall mervhandine, fashion hints that should be valuabl?* in Hi^r?-e??t inp" the Fall .nittit If you aie near enough, come to the Htdiv and select for \ oiirnelf, if not. writ?' for what you want to ?Mir Mail Order Depart ment.. Merchandise to the amount of $&00 and over will be sent free of transportation charges to ?Hiiiit< in West Virginia, Virgin?t and Maryland. *??X-..*_'__-_; _'..-\-?*.?_^^^--**-*?*A??>-*-*' --??-* l__t_^t_*4r-t-.\ .vr Clearance Sale OP Summer Footwear At IIMHUU.AkK'S SHOE SToRK. Tloil-erlakesslioeware tilg values at regular prictM, and wh?*n Tiuil^rlak- ctits prices then your dollar eau do ?lotiliU? 'lu?v. Woin.'ii's 'l'an Sur de Ankle ?Strap rumps. Tau Viel Kid Oxfords and Kid Skiu Wucher Oxfords, regular 1 75 and 2.00 valutt*?. at 11 50 Women's Q*M Metal I'alf, Itussla r ,!f. l'aient I olt and \ Ici Kid 2 Kve let l'unips. .-ustom made, 1.60 val u.tt at 900 Women ? Han.) welt Tat. Colt Ox ford? and - Kyelet t'umps. hlgh grit'le footwear, regular .'UK) value?, m? S 90 Women's Patent Colt Oxfords, Tat ent l'?i!t and Kussla Calf Ankle Stra|> ?Sandals, had sewed, regular :!.".<i v-tlite?. at. 8 ?Ml Mis?es' uni] Children's oxfords and Strap Maniais at price? at values that appeal to the most economic buyers. Metis Tan. I'atent Colt and Ou Metal oxfords, The .lust Wright and Croseetl Regular I Ol) Oxfords, at 8.50 It,iv s i'atent Colt anil itussia Calf oxfords, 8.00 values, at 250 Men's 5 on and 6.O0 Panama Hats at. 8.9H Men's 1 oo Straw Hats at Go? Remember the Name and Place ED. TIMBERLAKE, The Shoe Man 904 Main Street. CAPITAL RESOURCES SURPLUS & PROFITS $50,000.00 $400,000.00 $10,000.00 Constant Growth is Best Evidence of Satisfactory Banking_ Deposits June 21, 1906.$ 9,018.99 _(First Day.)_ Deposits July 21,1906. $ 40,608 09 _( First Month.)_ Deposits Dec. 31, 1906. $118.872.47 Deposits Dec. 31, 1907. $248,402.20 Deposits Dec. 31, 1908 . $270,178.78 Deposits Apr. 28, 1909. $329,129.60 Last Statement to State Corporation Commission. '?' ?Vr (?nt Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. Commercial Ac? counts given every Accommodation possible consistent with connerratlve banking. The Farmers & Merchants State ?Bank Fredericksburg, V.o. M 0. W1I.US, Pr?sident. JNO. F. GOULliMAN,-,!?-,, Cashier. Rank Open on Saturdays Until 0 p. m. FOR SALE Second-hand Sawmills and Engines, Etc. 1 :i(> EL P. Flrehox Holler. 1 9x1 a 2?) H. P. Watertour En-*1n?-. 1 _.r. H. P. Firebox Boiler. 1 Box Frame 90 Hi'. Kn-rln?. 1 12 11. I,.Mi*Vl,*k?T(iaH<.!ineLi,Kiii-. 2 8a w m 11?. Bowerln?* Sawmill Feeds. Cable I ?n vet. Beat Table Saw?. FRANK K. TYLER, 1004 Main atreel, Frederlckabnrg. The P. O. S. OF A.S CONVENTION at Leeland, Va., TUESDAY, AUG. 3rd. Don't mlaa it. All day enjoy uieu-s. Public speaking. Ball frame at 4 p. m. Foot racea. Sack racea. 1'otato racea. Climbing a greaey pole. 81 x groat toga of war between the campa, and many other amuae tnente. KefTOr-hmente ot all kinds on hand. Come and apend a pleaeant day -Tuenday. Align?t >ird, at _?? land, Va.