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Come Right Away to See the Display?of Holiday Goods AT Adams' Book Store Complete line on exhibit. Early shoppers get the choice. THE SIN THE ONLY COMPETITOR of W ite C Illuminating Oil. White C Oil i? by every *.? ' I moat economical Imrning oil refined .*' \i' erica. ??WMl not char th>> wick. " a ?bright white light." ?'Burn> evenly and smoothly." "Burns longer than ordin?r) oil." ?'Will not smoke the chimn "Does not flicker -and p<*;>." .-at\'." P,uv White t' Oil next time and you will boj il again. ?price th ? OUR ?STORE *-NI.V. ?tod I elsewhere in tl W. L. Brannan, PREDERICKSBURG AGENT. ?MNNMN MM >#1 ????????????J t Oxfords ! Oxfords ! ? i i i We ar# uhowln?; ?out of ?h?? ?<* Unes of Ladies' and Men's Oxfords ? v. r ceen. All the ?well ?avlei now In. Tan, ? k and Patent Ox fords. When in need of GOOD SHOES see | BROWN ? CRISMON ttaatt^-ctizmaoa aa?aaaoooooaoc ? A Wilson Heater - Will Save 40 Per Cent. Of ?our Fuei Bill ? ? ? rh;?^*l?*rir-vD"*l Hot-Blart Down-Draft areates perfect *??? -Humee (40 per oeat. of the beating power ?* ?rlinarily escapingunburiK-d ? loves, are all consumed and o'irn^ ?. ... WILSON. The Wilson h the ; .! i v id, which actually b'irns all of the fuel pu i -.iu it Th.' WILSON is airtight, h^atcan be regulated to t%n* degree, and will hold a ft? for 8 What you save ou fuel will pay for .WILSON T^ATEa?'* or-e?reason. Boni wood OB JALE BT GF/r W. HEFLIN. , Vp. Val Dannehl FOUNDRY AND k ?MACniNE WORKS KDANNE??Lfi ry ? mttVaxvy Repair Work a specialty. Mill Supplies, Castings, etc. Phone 191, Fredericksburg, Va. l? Loaded Shotgun Shells The huntbi/ mmmob 1m n*ar at haiid and we ctn furnish ?the Beat Ix>aded .Shells fur any shooting. We make a specialty of Bnioke leoa Shnlln and carry in ?lock an aasortment not RurpaHsed In any of the larger cltl? s AU, a (??-niplcte line of Guns from the cheapest SlugUi I'.ir.-tl t<i the Hljih (?ru !o Llatnnierl?'?-,. ("all on us when In ne-ed of anything lu Spirting Goods. Phone 161. TOHN C. WILLIS S SON. UP-TO-D?t? LI VERY STABLE. Messrs. W. J. Jacobs and George Armstrong have formed a copartnership under the style of Jacobs & Armstmng and have bought out the stables of E. K. Wheeler, on Princess Anne Street. We are prepared to furnish fiirst-claas teams at all times and all hours. Horses bought or sold on commission. We board horses by day or month and they will have best atttenion. Call on us. JACOBS Ar ARMSTRONG, Wheeler's Old Stand. FREDERICKSBURG. VA. SEE DEMPSEY'S You Go To Dress Goods and Silk Department! Dempsev's before purchashing your FALL DRESS 212 Commerce Street. For DRY GOODS THE STORE OF VALUES 212 Commerce St. I CIL KRGER Rumor of Gigantic Combine Again Revived. FRICK THE MOVING SPIRIT Bituminous Companies Operating in Maryland, West Virginia, Penn? sylvania and Ohio to Come Under One Management. Baltimore, 11.? :.; Widespread re? port? of a glgaatk combination of the bituminous coal companies operating in Maryland Weal virgula, f vanla, K md Ohio, in wliiih the Con II lated Ooal company ?III play a leading part, war? rerited ?i muttaaeously with a ?spectac \.iih a i'f tl\ ] olata in the pik e ol Con aolldatlou Coal ?share? on ?the Haiti mon? il age. olldatlon Co paay, the Plttaburg Coal company, whi.h is c bo til the rain?* size as tin? lat? ?i In t?ie number ?>r acre? o| coal land owned; tii<? Borwtnd t White company, th? Jamison Coal I the hoi s ,v W Kuhn.--, of Pittaborg, are raid to ' ' ???ni?'?? which .-. ill ti?* ? ?v. r<- sir.?;.. when ai g cf the- alt* Coal & Col I'lltlV. n C i ora pan*. ? ?m> the G ? K com? pany w? i to ratlfl ?at i?m 1 ? ; fcr? .1 v.. pai t i ash aud i be n mail l'usine ? Irania and K??tifu< ky ? ?oal combination ' for moi Hear of th?' h. It? in the ?oui deal, and a!!1.?? I with him ar.- nai.l to b? United : Standard Oil controlling Int? r ? ? Ji'iity of I of that cor] ii ed by the moi ; ??I both th mon an i ilation nui t.? sell th? I "LITTLE TIM" IS DEAD Younger of th? Sullivan? Called From Bowery Politics. New ' I ' - cry an! tica, dit l"??n In had l???;ilth f( an six moni (Hath r? sit' ? ! from l?> | and Int!:? fe "Lit ti? m I : Ai th? i'ri.? o? hi ? .. xt'ri ! i imin nf the fi iani-.? committee of the I ' ' he had ;'t one time or :>; menihi r nitini: ma) n of the city "His* Tim." Timothy D. Sullivan, th? I thi only "ru? <.f the fa "Littl? n h<' fir?t star'? d to wor'i >pv" fur : men dor?i the Tombs police court to th.?ir oni ? went it, Ip with "Pig Tim" In a sa!?nui ];? th I UK for piiliti's and also ?hi Roth mad? mom y and y? i k? pi t!n?lr fol lowlni- - I? day*. Inll T.:n" wris th? trains of the ? Ian Bnllh he finani-ni ninny of hi? b?Pttei r?oiisln'= SUES HEAUST FOR ?T.'i.OOO Philadelphia Lawyer Declare? Hit Magasins Libeled Him. New Tori Dei ti 11 ?9 Harned, a Phi1ad<*lphla lawyer, baa brongh* lates ?ir ??nit co ? ' lbs Internst!? nsl d by v.\ U. is;?"- (if *7"..'?Mil for I h an fir tide entltl? : : In thl 'a copy I ??<::. which ! from an ? ? ' si In Mr. Y, Ifarn? by Hi" ? ? ? I ? : . ? ? fining i ??r. was mta tarned on I s;aliit?* (?f limita? tions. No Money For Xmat, Kills Herself. Pl.ila<l< Iphla, I), c 2|, Rata? than facn her hx cbtldr* a us with? out prsseats fir money to buy them. Mm. Sarah Knnis rommitte?) miri'le. Hor hiisliiivl. until three months ago, was emplo>e?l in s, manufacturing es? tablishment He lost his position and has been unable lo flinl another._ ? ? -5 Choice Cut Roses, Carnations, and other Cut Flowers and FLORAL DESIGNS at Reasonable Prices. Leave your orders with E. C. Ninde, Fredericksburtr, or send to J. PALMER GORDON, dec21-6m Florist, Aahland, Va. RI PANS. There is scarcely any condition of ill health that is not benefited by the occasional use of a RIPANS Tabule. For sale by drufrtriats. The Five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occa? sion. The family botUe, 60 eenta, eon taina a supply for a year. SINCERITY in words and deed, that it-iTwlint makes friends, win.** customers, ?/rows hlisinian*. insures success. Wr make no claim we cannot sabstanti iite; d?*elare no values we cannot show. For the next ten ?lays I will offer the foltowing f?>r $1.49 A Ladies' Genuine Bordered Calf Shoe plain Or eap toe, with a one pice?? solid ?sole leather countera, one piece of Rock Oak Mark tanned leather innersole. the ??ut .soles 0? the liest white hark tanned leather. This shoe is made whole vamps, no cut oh* urn 1??r the Up We think enough of this ?she? ?to stand hack of every pair with a guarantee ?thai they must prove all solid leather from heel t>? toe, or we will refund your money or give y??u a new pair of sh??es. Could you ask for more? Wallace & Co. ?Builders of Solid Shoes. WAINTKD ! 20 Men to make R. R. Ties. Also 10 wagons to haul them Apply to o. D. FOSTER, Fre.iericksburg, Va. Som? Special Barg dins in Engines and Saw Mills. 1 16-H. P. Birdsall Traction ?Engine, 1 12-H. P? Birdsall Traction ?Engine, 1 12-H. P. Birdsall Portable Engine. 1 'II. T. Millier Portable Engine. 1 in-H. p, Fri.'k 1'nrtable Engine. i 1J II. P. ?Geiser ?Portable ?Engine. 1 'Jii-H. P. Watertown Engine. 1 ?20-H. P. Bra Frame F.n?--in??. All the alxive are in good condition some equal to new. Also ?ssveral w*.*) 2d Hand Saar Mills of various makes, Saw Tables, &c. Mill Supplies all kinds. FRANK K. TYLER, 10O? Mam St., Fr?' ericksburg. Nymat S. Sacrey Undertaker and Embalmer No. 719 Main ?St., Freder ickwbiirg, Va 'Phone 98. AoroHH from Kxchange Hotel and ii'Xtto Western I'uion office. Telegraph and tele? phone orden ?receive prompt attention. Open day and night. Just Arrived Candies, Raisins, Toys, Figs, Dates, Oranges, Bananas, Mince Meat, Pound Cake, Raisin Cake, Fruit Cake, Marble Cake, Layer Cake, and everything for Christmas. All perfectly fresh new goods. We guarantee our prices to be as low and quality as good as any merchants in Fredericksburg. Doggett it Scott. Southern Railway N. H. Folio-urine schedule ?Arum publUh?d a* Information, anil arm not guaranteed. Schedule effective Nov. 7th. 1101. Train! leave Washington from New Union Station. 7:30 a. m. Daily-Local for Warrenton. Danville and way station?. 8:30 a. m. Dally-I?rx*al for Harrisonburg. Va. ?:(?.' a. m. Daily-United States Fast Mall. First-class coactas and drawing-room, sleeping can to Birmingham a New Orleans. Dining car sstttem 1:00 p. m. Week Days-Local for Warrrnton and Stm-l?; nt. 4:15 p. rn. Daily-Birmingham Special and Florida Limited. Through coaches and sleeping cars to Columbia, Savannah and Jacksonville. Sleepinf* car to Augusta and Alken. Sleeping car to Birmingham. Dining car servie?. Tourist car to ?California Monday. Wednesday. Thursday and Friday. 4:2i) p. m. Week Days- Local for Harrison burg and way stations on Msnaaeas Branch. 4:56 p. m. Daily-Local for Waj-renton and Charlottesville. 10:10 p. m. Daily-New York and Chattanooga Limited (via Lynchburg)- First class coach and sleeping cars to Koanoke. Knoxville, Chattanooga, sleeping car to New Orleans. Dining-car servie? 10:45 p. m. Daily-New York. Atlanta and New Orleans Limited-All Pullman trains, club and ob? servation cars to New Orleans; sleeping cars to Asheville. Atlanta. New Orleans. SlswPng car to Charlotte. Dining-car servit?. 4:10 a. m. Daily-Memphis Special. Through sleeping cars and coaches to Koanoke, Knoxville, Chattanooga. Nashville and Memphis. Washing? ton slopping car open 10:00 p. m. Dining car aervicc. Through trains from the South arrive Washing? ton 6^0 a. m.? 6:S0a. m., 10:40 a. m., daily; 7:45 p. m.. and 10:56 p. rn. 12:16 a. m. dally. Harrison burg 11:46 a. m. week days and MO p. m. daily. From CharlotteaviUe, S.46 a. m? 2 JO p. m. and 7:46 p. m. I?ocal from Warrenton arrives 8:10 a. m. weekdays. Trains leave Richmond: 10:46 a. m. tnd 11:46 p. m. Daily Express for all poinU South. 4M a. ra. Dally Local for Danville and ("hariotte. ifflp. m. except Sunday. Local for Krysvill?. 430 a. m. except Sunday and 2:15 p. m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday for West Point. 4M p. m' except Sunday, for West Point, eon. necting with York River Line for BalUmor?, Mon? day. Wednesday and Friday. Tickets, sleeping-car reeervatkma, and detailed information can be bad at ticket ?ftrem, 706 16th St.. 906 F St. N. W., and Nine Union Station. Baggage checked through from hotels and resi imcea. Cab ?sjrvice. C H. ACKERT. V. P. and G?m. Man. S. H. HARDW1CK, Pass. Traffic Mgr. H. F. CARY, Gen. Pass. Agent. L. S. BROWN. General Auront. Washington. D. C. S. E. Burgo-as, D. P. A, Kich?ond. Vs. SIX YEARS FOR WARRINER Former Big Faur Treaaurar Pleads Cullty to Embezzlement. Cincinnati. <>. Hoc. 23.?Charlea L. Warrlner, deposed local treaanrer of the Dig w*00t railroad, plead???! guilty to ?rab? zzb'iiiiMit nn?l ?as seatenced in tlir> ?opinion ?aleas court to mrve ?sis. rears in lbs ?Ohio p? alteal or tas ?i ? 000 Wan ? to liaV.? Ill? ? II 1 I ? Mil tin* HI?,' ??-"??III li'KH than half bus bu??li an ?iiii.li'.l for by CHARLES 1. WAKIUNKIt Mm. Mai bars bssa told that in? ?bed .-- ' ' ? -i?-1 ?pari of th? lut thr?A?' bave r Ait-1 \\ .?i i Im r ?:t? a* ' i P at ?:? Mum ?said thai he would 11?? iii ..' m. ther charges against him to the Brand Jurj shows thai Warrtner hai money hid ?I.*? if tie ti ? il.i I?.? found, vVsrrlner can b? I further. Tin* trial of Mi ? Jean? Ite ?Pferd, "the aroman la thi < M) u n ?1 ? :? Indictment for blackmail and r? < Siring *?'"?' n ?foods, lias i ?Jot ni vt Mob i;?.? ifn l'uni is at lib erty on a $2500 bond. M'LAURIN DIES SUDDENLY Mississippi Senator Pastea Away at Hit Home. Jackson Ml*-. Dei 23 ? United -'? sator MfLaurin ?ll???l su Iden lv st his boms at Braadoa. itor Mslaurta, abo as ? ??ne irars old, began bis ?Srsl term In lbs United States -? ?sate la ISM bui ?a? sleeted ?governor ?>f Mlaalsslppl In nred in that offl? ? H? ? to th? In 10"?? ;tii?l served ??n? term, lb* was then retiirne?! for ?tas tora ** ; ?/an on M'i" b t. 1907. Hli , ti'n.i ?>f office would bare expired ?m March 3. 1913. ?a was s las>? ; bj profession as . aft? r be bad serrad ?through the civil War sa a private la the Con federate army. He wan bora ??n March ?.'?;. IMS, si Brandon, Miss., an?i was n a farm. 1! federate armj when be >?-ars old ?Seren ? hlldren - htm. Wie D ??i ? on ureas opened Senator McLaurtn ?li?l not eons to Waablngton bees ? s?nats ?shamber known as oae of the ?stroagesl defend? ers of the south, though n??t h- radii al ai? some. He bellen l in ?lbs south. her rs her future, and he nerer failed to rise to her d win n she was SSSJ 11?* did -' mi n? tire wi rk os I ate committee ?>n the Mississippi river and tributarles, and wan a m? mber of oth??r baportaal senate among ? on < ivil service, comm?re??. Immigration, lut? fomnicrr?-. p ?bile expenditures ai? I ths joint eommiii. ?*? M r? \ Is.. the Unit? PRINCE MAY RULE CANADA Duke of Connaught May Be Sent Out as Governor General. Montr??,,]. ? - The Heral'l prints a atatemeal that there 1? every likelihood of tho TDnk. naught, th? linn's brother, ?n ?? ? ? ding Harl Orey as gota fot i*? n??ral o', Can? ana nr*rt year The Herald says tho pr<>[r?*al has lif?n ro'i?\??l with favor In both Bng lanil an?l Canaila. Il lr.?ima' only the formal acqnleac-enc? of the autho; lib's at Ottawa Is wanting to make it an ac<compll?hed f?act i th? duk? com? to Canada It will be Um first time that ?th? frown has bren r??|in ?Mated in Canada by a prinf* of the blood royal. SAVED BY HER CORSET Bullet Fired Through Window Hit Steel of Her Stay?. ChlcaRo. !>' ? -.: A r et steel savirl tho Uf? of Mis? Ethel Eltelhu her when a ?hoi ana flro?l thn ? bedHWm window In an attempt to kill h or. Tin- abada? wet? drawa, bal ? Ettethnber wa? ataadlac near the win? dow her abadow on th? crnrtala cave tho woald l>" murderer his mark. Whm the i ?i'i t ?truch hot aba ran out, crying: "I am sh.it' 1 am ?hot?" Tho bull? t weni tbrongh i; Ftmok the corset an?l glanced off. Rejected Admirer Shoots Woman. Ptttabarg, Dee N Mis. Edward Oragat, Wif? of a minor at Weat Ney ton. Pa, aaar bora, was shot an.l fa? tally woumloil by ,\?lolph Ca-lalo. who tseaped. The OrtagaU tame h??ro from Alabama to ?heap?* tho attention shown jura. Greaut by f'astalo. H? followed. Earthquake at Laurel, Del. Laurel. Dot, Doc 23. ? An earth? quake shook lasting two minutos was felt hrTe, rlnzlni- bells and frightening a number of people. $100 REWARD, $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to team that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, require? ?consti? tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, actingdirectly upon the blcod and mucous surface of the system, thereby destroying the founda? tion of the disease, and giving the pa? tient strength by building up the con? stitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address: F. J. Chemey a Co., Toledo, 0. Take tion. ay Druggist?, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipa QHICHESTER S PILLS l??ll<-?1 Ask year UraulM i * A\ I il isss Ill's l>l.m..Iitraa4fA\ I'lll? in H. * m I I.?M n -i, . W/ I .ii. ??.?-I ?lth Sly? RlM.x?. \/ Take se ??liter. Rsv ?fin? te Uraa-fi??- *????' '< in.? iiV?-Tr.a? I l>lAV?*in HO? Nit I'll.l a. I.? SJ rmn know, m IX??. S? ?s*. Alwsy? RKUH? SO? BY NUGGISTS EVUmWERt UISTILLERSG?ODS KS]^ DISTILLERS PRICES. N^^^p^^l Direct from Distiller to Consumer I ^?j?|y^Ji^'yM We box all godos and Pre-pay expressage ON EV?RYTNING within a radius of 300 miles of Washington, from5 2.00 per gallon and up. to points beyond we Prepay on all goods ats4.00 per gallon and up. one or more gallons of the same kind of goods must be ordered at one time ? remittance must accompany all orders. no charge for ?ottle5, jugs demijohns or boxinc. Don't be misled or deceived by flaming advertisements of deal? ers CLAIMING TO BE*'DIS TILLER5 AND MAKING OTHER EXTRAVAGANT KV*t'- ' STATIONS, AND OFFERING ALL SORTS OF INDUCEMENTS FOR YOU TO DCACfc* ' . WITN YhEMv BEWARE AND INVESTIGATE BEFORE PATRONIZING - WE COURT ' INVESTIGATION AND REFER TD ROTH D UN AND BraDSTREET MERCANTILE Agencies. 'WE HANDLE EVERYTHING IN OUR LINE, SUCN AS WhISKIES,Br?NOIES , WlNES. Gins, Rum, 8c,.and make a Specialty of the Mail Order Business. No order IS TOO LARGE , NONE TOO SMALL. \ MAIL US YOUR ORDER TO-DAY. PRICE LIST MAILED UNDER SEAL UPON REQUEST. The James Clark Distilling Co. d.pji w, mgr. y-s BIO Penn. Ave.N.W., Wash.ngton^P.C._ 1 ?am. - - -^--?-mm,-?>.*? WASHINGTONS Reliable Mail Order H?use. an order for ??ooncrccr RYE W* know you'll flavor? delta i ?and ?gently stimulating ?j? alitie? ma II If you onlor a ju?_: ??r caa? of thl Rim old Whiskey w? know you will In? with it and r*eoroer for yourself ??r frienil.-. ? - only $3.75 Oil!. I full qta. $4. Chargen ?ir??i?aiil on order?of $2.60 aod iiv??r, when tilo chargea do not exceed .*.?K? per gal. Sterling Whiskey: ! for its ? Plea ? 13.00 Gal. 4 full qts. $3 Pemiletim Whiaki r gaL Only sold in jog?, Com Whisk? 4 full ??t Virginia Applt? Brand) 13.75 per gal.; i full ql Case Goods: Complete line of good?. Domestic Rye ami Malt Whiskies, ?Scotch ami Irish Whiskies. Brandie?, Gins, Rum?, Winea, < ?ord Edward J. Quinn, Warehouse: 7th, C and lfd. Ave. S. W. Store:604 IVnn Ave., N. W. WASHINGTON, D.C. Maryland, Delaware & Virginia Railway Co. Rappahannock Hiver Line. Schedule ?a Effect March II. IW. Baltimorts, Tappahanr.ot'k, Fredericksburf heave Baltimore, lier 2. Us-ht Street, weather permitting. Sunday12 n.xm, Tussdsy and Thumlay 4:30 p. m. fnr t W??-t;?n?l. North White Stone, Irvin>".'ti. Wosma. M Merry l'oint. Ottoman's Moran?. Bu?? banna, Monaskon, Water View. V. tHay Port, Sharp's, Bowler's, Ware's WeUttrd't, Tappahannock. a.'?? a. rn., Naylor s Hei field. Carter's, Lay ton'?-, ! I.eeilstown, Saunders', Wilmont. Creenlaws. I'?.rt Royal, Port Hay Mount. Hop Yard, KatclitTecKi.??!. tStcamrr leaving on Sunday da Monday? steamer will leave Ueditown at 11:30 a. m. Baltimore. Tappahannock- Leave Baltimore, Pier 2. Light Street, weather permitting. Whines. Hay and Friday 4.'?i p. at, tot t.Wth Bad, Mill Creek, tWhite Stone. Irvington. Weeni.-, Miilen berk, IBurhsn's, IBurton's, Urbanna, M tWhealton's, Water View, ?Sharp':?, tTappahan nock. tSteamcr leaving Baltimore on W<*dn?*sday will only stop at Landings marked I, Tappahannork, Norfolk-I.? ave Tnppahannoek, weather permitting, Saturday 1 p. m., stopping at Welford's, Ware s Howler a. Sharps, i Whealton'e, Water View, Monaakon. Urbanna, Burton's, Burhan's, MtUentxKk, Merry Point, Ottomans, Moran??, Wecm's Irvington. White Stone. Mill Creek. North Knd, Westland. Return In?, steamer will leave Norfolk Monday. 3 p. m.? weather permitting, for Tappaliannock, stopping at landings as above, except Merry Point, Otto man's, Moran's and Hay Port, stoppi-ig at Bowl era, Ware's and tAellforti s on return trip to Bal? timore on Tuesdays. Freight will nut ?be received in Norfolk after 2 p. m., on sailing days. Fmlericksburg. Tnppahannoek, Baltimore Leave FrcdcricWsburg, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday 2:??i p, m., tile and ?resthar permitting, for Katclllfe a. Hop Yard, Hay Mount Port Con ?ray, Port Royal, Grsenlaws, Wi Leeds town 4 a. m., Lay ton H, Carter s. lllu.idlicl.l. Naylor's Hole 6:30 a m., Tappahnwx-k 7:19) s. m.. Wellford s. Ware's, Bowler s. Sharp s WM a. m? Ray Port. Whealton's, Water View. Monaakon. Urbanna. 12:30 p. m.. Burhan's, Millenbeck, Merry Point, t?* p. m., Ottoman's, Moran's, We? mis, Irvlngton. White Stone. Mill Creek 5:30 p. m.? North End ?110 p. m , Westland. Arrive Baltimore Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings. Tappahannock. Baltimore,-Leave Tappahan noek. weather permuting. 7 *) a. m.. Tueaday and Thur*>tay, stopping st Wellford's, Ware's, Bowl? er's, Sharp's MO a. m.. tB?y i'.^-t, Whealton s. Water View, Monaskon. tL'rbar.na, Burton a, Bur? han's, Millenbrpck. Wevms, lrvingt?n,WhiteStotxv Mill Creek. North End. Arriving Bait? nesday and Friday mornings. ?'Steamer to Balti? more on Thursday will not stop at Urbanna and Bay Port. This time table shows the times at which ?tearn? ers may be expected to arrive at and dep.ii I bam ?the several wharvva, but their arrival of aweatttxtt at the times stated Is not guarantee.!, nor ?Mas the company hold Itself responsible for any delay or any consequence? arising tlnrefr.m Freight received In Baltimore until ?pro. sn sailing days. W. I). SCOTT. Agt., ?rredericksbur?. Va. Willani Thomson. Uenl. Manager. T. Murdm-h, Uenl. ?Freight A Pata. As*,, BalU motm. March 1st. KM? A. B. Botts ? Co. Fire, JLiio and Accident Insurance Asent? Otlico 312 Commerce Street. Represent? sixteen first-class com? panies. Ratea low as the lowest, and losses promptly adjusted and paid. i Christmas Liquors. Wli:it's ihc u.-c i,t'di'batinj? when.'t?> buy your liquors for Christmas when by dealing with us you ?trc Mnred of gi-tting Pun; Unadulterated Uquonal ti,?? sann? price you ?ire BOW paying: for adulterated ?goods. T1.?S space doe* not ?permit t? to give our entire price list, ?so we will only ?iu?ite a few ?specif King of Ky. Rye, per gal $2.00. Farmer's Delight Rye, gal $2.00 Our Loader Rye, per gal . 2.00, Daisy White Rye, per gal.. 2.00 Club XXX Rye, per gal.... 2.00 ' N. C. Corn, per gal. 2.00 Hudson'! C. Wye, per gal 3.00 ? Emory Grove Rye, per gal.. 3.00 For a Pure Medicinal Whiskey try "OLD VICTOR," four full quarts express prepaid for $3.20. Old Ky. Taylor, twelve full quarts, freight prepaid, for $10.00. We alsu carry a full line of Brandies, Gin, Hum, Wines, and everything to Ik- found in a first class liquor store. Strasburger Bros* 119 Market Place, Baltimore. Md. Don't Put Off Now Getting Reedy For Christmas THE GREAT RUSH IS ON ?iitT DPA?W I ^ Timberlake's Dry Goods Store your wants ULI liCAl/l ? can be easily supplied, it's an easy matter to make your selections here, where the stocks are big and prices right, We have just opened that FAMOUS LITTLE 10 CENT SECTION, brim full of new things in Xmas goods, fancy China, Toy.--, Dolls and Fancy Goods. Every item new, just in?not a single item brought from last year. We are also showing a good line of high grade suit cases, satchels, manicure sets, toilet sets, jewelry cases, photo albums, colognes,extracts, fancy collars, Xmas handkerchiefs, silk handker? chiefs, mufflers, shawls, scarfs, neck-wear, fine umbrellas, furs,, cloaks, Military capes, good many items in fancy Xmas boxes. In LOOKING FOR GIFTS you better see us first. G. Frank Timberlake, "The Popular Dry Goods Store." XXXXXXXXX%XXX%XX??*%% * Rawlings <& Son * g.-,-,-_ A) Ju??t received another car of the ce'ebrntcd 3 Piedmont One? Two Horse Wagons Graiu Drilli, Disc and Smoothing (R Harrows.the Majestic Washing Machines ? t? AU?? Winter ?Soul Oat?, Seed Rye, Timothy Hml, Clover .^?l. Orchard ('r**? S?ed. A nice Hoe of OROi.EHIES, la taet auythlnj** needed by the farmer and houwkeeper. IS ? Rawlings & Son OPENIIMG Oh Rugs and Carpets Wlvet. Axminster and Wilton. The largest line ever shown in this city. Over 100 patterns to select from. We have the lowest price ever made on Rugs. "Price direct from the mills." Ball's Mason's Fiuit Jars at CUT PRICE. "Merchants, Write For Price." W. A. BELL & BRO. The Furniture and Carpet House.