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.SSWSSSSVWWVWNWV.SIiV WWWWWNWV? WVWWWWU CASTORIA *Y*U UOV I'"l VU I ? I"-.? -s The Kind You Haivo Always Bought, and which has hcen in use for over 30 years, has borne the slguaturo of ami has been in.nl?- under Ms per-? sonal NUiM>r\isioH sine? its Infamy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeit?, Imitations orn? ".Just-as-good" itr?> but Kxperinienta that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children?Bspeetaaeo against Experiment. What is CASTORIA 4 -tstorta is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare? goric. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It. eontalns neither Opium? Morphine nor other Narcoti? substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms und allays Feverishness. It eures Dl.trrlm a and Witnl Colic. It rt-lieves Teething Troubles, viin-s Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Foo<l, regulates the Stomach und ltowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panaeea?The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS i Bears the Signature of The Kind Yon Have Always Bough In Use For Over 30 Years _rut ciHTaoa naawaajt, n taawam wtmtit, oaw nao crrt._^^^^ G. Frank Timberlake's GREAT MIDSUMMER ...Slaughter Sale... is now on and will continue through the month of August l\>n't let anything in reason keep you from coming to the Popular Dry Goods Store often during the Great Sale. Everything reduced regardless of coat T!.is isa sale of great power, ?and from a bargain standpoint it makes bar? 118 elsewhere seem insignificant. Ask your friends It the great bargains they have obtained at this salo. Write For Descriptive Circular G. FRANK TIMBERLAKE, The Popular Dry Gooiis Store. Haiti >t, Harket Con er, Frederic*?butg. Va. iOi?*CKi :ft.*0(--0t.*0i--Qt.^^ I ARE YOU GETTING TUE ! ?VALUE OF YOUR MONEY71 8 6 a Decided./ no! eoltss yon are sending yoar o d.rs ?u 2 B Strasburger Bros., g ! ft Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealers, s 0 L 119 Market Place, Baltimore, Md. ? The Largest Mail Order Liquor House in the State ? V Below we quote you a few prices and if same are not worth 50e y S to $1.00 i>er gallon more than our competitors, return at our ex- a penae and vour money will be refunded. Trv a gallon jug of anv of f a the following brands?$2.00: ? ! Our Leader Rye King of Kentucky Rye Farmers Delight Rye ! ft Daisy White Rye Club XXI Rye Old N. C. Corn Rye ?j ft No Charge For Jugs or Tacking. ft ft For something extra fine try OLD VICTOR RYE. &Q Ofl ft a Four (4) full quarts delivered for.3d.ZU fi 0 LFull price list and order blanks furnished upon request, ft m^otxtarx*tv*cm?e?**~- ~ . - ._ _ ! Don't Dread Growing Pains ! 1 0 9 The world wants men to grow. Time was when the I m proper thing was to get pigment, oil, drier, color, w etc., and stir with a paddle, now you get jj Devoe's Lead and Zinc Paint \ i V Made from pure materials, scientifically mixed with Q ?the latest mechanical devices and guaranteed by a M house with one hundred years of paint experience. 6 S Adams'Sells Devoe's Paint 8 I J - Springtime is Here WE. ARE READY WITH Seed Oats, Clover,Timothy,Or chard Grass Seed, ..eed Potatoes, Seed Corn and Cow Peas, Oliver Chilled Plows, Harrows, a car load of Hooaier and Challenge Corn Drills, The Thornhill Malable Skein Wagon, Waiter A. Wood Siowers aid Harvesters. Anything needed by the farmer. All cheap for cash. Phone 235. , J. R. RAWLINQS mxxx&xxxxxxxxx&xxxxxx MI? BROWNE Jury Frees Democratic Boss in Lorimer Scandal. VERDICT IS BIG SURPRISE Illinois Legislative Leader Not Guilty of Bribery in Connection With ?^ Election of Senator anub? la bed by Rooievelt Chicago, St'pt. 1??. ? l-ee o'Nell Browne, charged with bribery Id con* Mctloa with Um election of William I.oiituer to the United States senate, was found not guilty by a Jury in the criminal ?ourt. This was Urown's sec? ond trial. This termination of a case that has stirred the eut Ire state and has at* traded nationwide attention was all the more sen-ationul b?-? ause of tor ; mer President Koosevt It's refusal to i attend the banquet of the HaUDlltOB ! club in his honor if Senator l.orliuer was to be pit ? m It was OOlj an hour or so after the former president had Issued that ulti? matum ami the invitation to Lortmef bad been retailed that the i aso against Browne was placed in the hands of the Jury In the court of Judge Keisten. The Judge had tagen more than an hour to nail his charge Bad LastlUC lions to the Jury. Browne's counsel was much pleased with the eharg?- and .1 it was distinctly in favor of the Democratic leader in the last leg islature. Judge K? ratea told the jurymen to avoid considering their suspicions; to remember that the ?(?-tendant was charged with bribing Representative Buckemeyet and Link, each of whom testified to reiimng money for their votes; to avoid the testimony of White where it was not ?orroborated. and to return a verdict of not guilty If then was a rea-?.?naide doubt. The ?ei-dld was a surprise to the many who had watched th?- progr?-s of the Mroa.? trial and had (tared that a repetition of the tedious deli?? erations ?j: the first Jury, which was out 116 honre, would cloee the case. When the word that the Jury had Bgraed w st to Ja If* Kersten, Browne m BO. in the ?ourt t??<>iu. and tie ' lorl delay after the Jury had Bled la before be arrived. CHAMP CLARK. Will Drive Mule Team Down Pennsylvania Ave. II Elected Speaker. CHAMP CLARK'S RASH PROMISE Say? He'll Dre/eTeamof MulesThrough Washington If Elected Speaker. Moberly, Mo, Bept lu ?'If I am elected speaker of the next house of repre ente . i will drive a team in malee down Pennsylvania avenue." The foregoing Is the promise of Conpressman Champ Clark, made to a crowd of visitors at the homecoming eel I,ration here in the courue of an address. For several mlnuie*. Hi? speaker was unable to pro? ??'d with his speech on account of the chew? ing. It was Mr. Clark's duty to welrom? home HJMoarlaai who had strayed from the bordera of that state. He was lncllmd to ask why they evei went away. Also did Mr. Clark re? proach his hearers for permitting Mis? souri to take a back seat, as be said it had done. "Missouri has taken a back seat too long." he said. "We have done the work and the other fellows have got the glory. Missouri has never had a president, a vice president, a justice of the supreme court, or a speaker ol the house. It is time we had all of these officers, and I'm going to see to it that we get one of them right away." Baby Scalded to Death In Pail. South Bethlehem, l'a.. Sept. 10. - One-year-old Kiank Chaser while he was romping about the kitchen of hi home accidentally fell into a pall o! boiling water that his mother had pat! on the floor a moment before. He was so terribly scalded that death followed It Pays to raise chickens when properly cared for. The most important thing is to feed right. We have just received another large lot of the very best Chick and Scratch Food Also a Large Assortment of Stoneware, fruit Jars, Rub? bers, Etc. DoggetttSc Scott W. S. BHBBBT [Successor to Embrey & Berryman. ] Dealer in Railroad Cross Ties, Cedar Posts, Spokes and Hoops. Keeps con? stantly on hand a large supply of Baled Hay and Mill Feed. Office r.cir Rail? road Depot, Fredericksburg, Va. Also Agent for Page Wire Fence Co. FINAL CALL The policy of this ?tore is to nevar carry one season's goods Into the next. We fully realize that there or 3 or 4 months left in which to wear low shoos, but little time left for us to sell them. Hence the first cost will not be considered. W. L. Douglas Hand Sf.wed Oxford*, I'at. Colt., Gun Metal Calf, and Vici $1.98 Real value $3.60 Wallace Hand-Sewed Oxfords Tan, Calf and Gun Metal Calf $1.98. Real value $4.00 Men's High Shoes Pat. Colt and Gun Metal Calf, l.roken Line of Sizes. $1.98. Peal value $3.60 and $3.0:) Ladieh' Black and Tan Sued? Oxfords High an?! low heels, ankle strap an?! one eyelet ties $1.98 WALLACE&CO. We lit the feet as thev should be fitted. ?.'.j Turnip Seed o ? a 8 A' g A o 0 9 jj Johnston and jj ? Poarso t S 6 Pr nri-'ion Pisratc* ? 0 '9 9 0 FRESH TURNIP SErD Larg*? Assortment LOW PRICES M. M LEWIS DRUGGIST, Main Stre-t. VIKGINIA Pt>LY?ECHNlC IN)TiTlTt, bl-.cKibu.--g. V? Degree couraei in Agriculture, Horti? culture, Applied Chemistry, Applied Geology, Civil, Mining, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. Metallurgy and Metallography, and Preparatory veter? inary Medicine. Sixty-four Instructors, Thoroughly Equipped Shopa, Labora? tories and Barns. Steam heating and electric lights in dormitories. Library 12,000 volumes. Farm of 1,100 acres. School Of Agricultural Apprentices. (One Year Course for Young Fanners.) Tota! cost of session of nine months, including tuition and other fees, board, washing, uniforms, medical attendance, etc., $284.?SO. Cost to Virginia students. $224.60. The next session opens Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 21ST, 1910. Paul B. Barringer, M.D., L. L. D. j7l3m President. Rajdolph-Macon Collegi FM MER. ASHUUID.VA. nal't-htrnl an?. h-s-IUifnt loca? tion, i'. mllM nonli of Kirhmoiai. llfaiMifnl ?'?-ripiMl. M<*t?*i*ua f tjirfs owing torrxlowrusnta. a. I. IUw-k-.il. s.S.. LI B.. Prssv W-a. ?. ?r*.a, Sm*| aast Trasa. DIXON'S MOTOR LUBRICANTS Prepared specially for Motor Vehicles, Cup Grease, Gear Grease, Oil, Packing:, Etc., Batte ri?3s. HARDWARE and TOOLS Frank K. Tyler, 211 Coamerce Street. Fredericksburg, Va. lohn F. Scott. HARDWARE. AND HARDWARE SPECIALTIES. Main St, One door below Chas. Wal? lace & Bro. Full line of General Hardware. Barb-Wire, Guns, Pistols, Razors, Knives, etc, will be sold at reduced prices to suit the times, Money can ne saved by purchasing at Scott's hardware store. SIMON HIRSH t BRO.. Commerce St,, Frederlcksburg, Va. Dealers in all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE, for which highest cash prices are paid. Choice stock of High Grade Family Groceries always on httad. KILLS ni Jealous Wife Shoots Hir.i in the Head. HE HAD DESERTED HER Requested Interview of Reconcilia? tion to Slay Him After Learn? ing Ha Had Planned to Again Leave Her. Salisbury. Md., Sept. W.?AtMOrbtd with the desire for revenge, and jeal ous of her husband s attentions to oth er women, Mrs. Annie Elizabeth Mud ?on, the deserted wile of Tobias Hu?l ?on, a mechanic, formerly of Cam bridge, Md.. and Laurel, Del. but for the past three months a resident oi Salisbury, shot and almost Instantly killed him in this city. The shooting took plaee In the rear i room of the offices of States Attorney I Joseph I. Bailey, where they had met j for the purpose of a reconciliation. The story leading up to the crime dates back eleven years, according to ? Mrs. Hudson. Wednesday last Mrs. Hudson appeared In Salisbury and ! swore out a warrant before Justice Trader against Hudson for non-sup ' port and desertion. The trial took I place and ho was held under |SM --?ail for his appearance on Sept. 21. it In the meantime he bad not made some arrangement to support his wife. Had Agreed to Return. Hudson had agreed to return to his former homo In Cambridge as soon as he had finished up his business ar rangements In this city. This satisfied the wife, but the climax came- wham she beard that he was arranging to leave Salisbury with another woman. This Is partially responsible for the murder. Mrs. Hudson saw her husband driv j Ing with a woman. Then she made her , arrangements to finish her troubles, as she said after tbe crime was commit ' ted. Mrs. Hudson went to a hardware store and purchased a revolver, asking that they oil same and load It, as she wanted It Id good working shape Next she veal to the office of the states at? torney and t'lhl him to get her hus l>an<l to come up, as sh?> wante?! to lime a final talk with him before leaving. When Hu.?son ap|D?ar?-d he was ihowi to tlM hack room, where his wife was. and they were to talk it over. They were left alone In this room. Th? y won there for more than twenty minutes, according to the tea llmony before the coroners Jury, and after a while the wife began to quar? rel with her husband. Husband Would Leave. hccortllag to the testim-?ny, Hud? son could M seen through the glass door between m?kln? gestures as If he was trying to mane pome matters plain and he was heard to say: "Well. If this Is all you wanted with me, I will leave" An?! then he turned and reached tor his hat. turning his back toward his wife. She produced the re? volver and firod the fatal shot, which oat? teil Hudtoa'a temple. Mr Hail*., rushed to the back room - Ms rtr-it impression was that the man ha?l Hilled himself, but. turn In?:, he saw the pistol In tbe hand of .an. still smoking. He almost screamed the worda: "My God, wo? man. i!o you know what you have done?' and she Immediately replied: "I am no worse off now than I was bototo." The Injured man was taken to the hospital, where he died In about one hour, never regaining consciousness. Mrs Hudson was lodged in the coun? ty jail. At the time of the shooting there were several women clients In Mr. Bailey's office. The women fainted and are under the care of physicians. SHOT HIMSELF IN DREAM Man Found Asleep and Bleeding From Wound In Forehead. Asbury Park, M. J.. Sept. 10.?The police In Aabury Park are trying to find out if A. W. von Zuker, a musi? cian, and formerly In the wholesale piano business In New York, shot him? self In a dream. Mrs. Zuker found her husband asleep In their apartment In a small hotel and bleeding from a wound In his fore bead. She asked what he had done. "Why, there are thieves In the house," sal?) be, "and I have just shot a biira-iar." Thli waa at 1 o'clock In the morn? ing. Mrs. Zuker called for belp and then collapsed. Von Zuker was conscious and told the physicians who were summoned that he shot himself while dreaming of burglars. The man was taken to the hospital, where the bullet waa ex traded. It was stated there that tbe dreamer would recover. Von Zuker Is aald to be a member of a Hungarian family of high stand? ing. He has recently met with re? verses, It is said, and is now In re? duced circumstances. Cost of Rubber Thread Closes Mills. Northampton, Mass.. Sept. 10.?The 400 employee of the Olendale Elastic Fabric company, of Bast Hampton, were notified that tbe plant would be shut down for an Indefinite period. The high cost of rubber thread In the face of a falling market on crude rub? ber Is given by the company aa the reason for the shutdown. R. K WHERLBR Corner Charlotte and Princess Anne Sta., 'Phone 92, Frederickaburg, Va. Open Night and Day Telegraph and Telephone Orders re? ceive immediate attention. Take Notice! WOODS' MEAL Is only packed in paper sacks. Never sold loose. Not Sisters Now and ?ujain you tea two women pass* io| down the street who look like sitters. You are aitoniihed to learn that they are mother and daughter, and you realize that a woman at forty or forty-live ought to be at her finest and fairest. Why isn't it soP The general health of woman is ao in? timately associated with the local health of the essentially feminine organs that there can be no red cheeks and round form where there is female weakness. Women who have suffered from this troubla have found prompt relief and cure in the uas? of Dr. Pierce'? Favorite Prescription. It gives vigor ?and vitality to the - organs of womanhood. It clears the complexi?n, brightens the eyas and redden? the cheeks. No alcohol, or habit-forming drugs is contained in "Favorite Prescription." Any sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. Every letter II held as sacredly confidential, and answered in a plain envelope. Adattasat World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pre.., Huff?)?, N.Y. TifiS3BSaSTJ.rt "*J CAPITAL RESOURCES SURPLUS & PROFITS $50,000.00 t-UO.000.00 $10,000.0?) 5 Constant i?rowth is Best evidence of Satisfactory Banking LMpo.tui June ?U, 1900 (F -? i'... }? r ?h Til? 1906... ,r?-.. \i i* 9,Ul8.99 * <t0.ft06-"B Dep*'3itf. Dec. 31, 1906 J) ?p.?".?r, Dae. 31, 1907 ?U8.872.47 ?.?48,408.20 js tiT^rnTc, 31,1908~ *v 70,178.78 ? DnjOr*its Dec~31, 19 ?9 ""$369.761.84 i7i^rs~Jan."3r. 1910 ""$394.' 8722 Last Statement to State Corporation Commission. 3 Der cent interest paid on savings accounts. Commercial ac? counts (riven every accommodation possible consistent with conaervative banking. The armers k Merchants State Bank Fredericksburpr. Va. H >?. WILLIS, President. JNO. F. GOULDMAN, Jr., Cashier. Bank open on Saturdays until 6 p. m. T?jM?jna)-'^*:: < r.r.Ni i Th- Rappahannock Valley Atricaltural ltd Mechanical Soci.ty's ?PAIR. WILL BE HELD AT Fredericksburg, Va, SEPT. 27tb, 28th and 29tb, 1910 It will lie one of the most attractive Fairs aver held on thetc ?l??-iiutifnl ?/rounds. Every department will be crowded und eapeci allv attractive. Let everybody exhibit something and come to the I'.ilr. A Sple ?did Brass ftani will Discourse Music During tlv %ee Days. Excursion Rates on Railroads and St amboa s BhIi ou Ascension each clay, and th. Sid* ?i-ho-x'8 will be flrst-cla-s. Th . r..cing will be excitiug an?-* tt.e entries will be larger than ever. For Premium List and other information address the secretary. 8 J aUINN, Sec. D. M LEE, Pr?s The Safest Investment GOOD MANAGERS are investing their money carefully at home ahead of every other investment today. MONEY INVESTED in a new house or barn, or improving your present buildings is always safe, and in addition to increasing the value of your property for years to come, it enables you to enjoy the benefits each day. THE GENERAL OUTLOOK for building this FALL is good and we do not believe that a mistake would be made by buying on the present market, as an increase in demand will undoubtedly mean an increase in prices. WE ONLY ASK, for ourselves, a close comparison of our goods and prices with those of our competitors, and we can demonstrate that our values are very attractive on everything in the line of LUMBER, FLOORING, SIDING. CEILING. SHINGLES, LATHS, LIME, CEMENT, HAIR, TERRA COTTA PIPE, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS and MILL WORK. * W. A. SMOOT & CO., Inc. ALEXANDRIA, Oxfords I Oxfords ! | We ar? nhotrlng on? of (be ,, r?l? ?t line? of ' * Ladies' and % Men's Oxfords S erer ?seen All tbe ewell style? now In. Tan, Black and Paten i Ox? fords. _ . 0 f^axa^^ ford?- 9 m When in need of GOOD SHOES see S I BROWN ? CRISMOND f Crosvris and Bridge Work a Specialty All Work Guaranteed. Dr. J. Garnen King, -?8*1157 Office-906.1-2 Main St, Frederlcka trorg. CHICHESTL.R S PILLS OtW a?-?. TBK IMAJ?O.-.I) BIU?IU. A jTAA Laatlswt Ask fomr l?'?o?l.l f. A\ CA (CaA t al-ra-sa.??-.*-. l'la?..?T)r.../A\ 64UQ^ 'in. i? -??-? ??? ?s.i-1 sastsiTk\V/ V ^W biii?. saalft with tig? RJt?oa. ^V M a|%rfi| Taaa a. ?kst ?a? at tsar v ! *. ?F MlkMilHO HUssf? riLIJ?. ?v? ?? VV* JB r*ssts?.sw?sss???t.1??iit.aj-sry?*>?-'at'*' ^W^SOU-BY MiWISTS EV?iWlftR? Maryland, Delaware & Virginia Railway Co. | K'ij?:,.1 t ntnct Kiv?-r Line. kfcfch it Eiltet lard !?. 1919. I ?laltimore. Tappahannock, Pr-srjasrickst-urg Leave lialtimore, Pier 2. Light Street, srssath?? permitting, Sunday 12 noon, Tuewi.y endThurwiay i I. VI p. m. Ine ? Weatland. North Fnd. Mili Creek. ' While Stone, Irvington. Weema, Millentaa-k. | Mrrry l'oint. Ottoman s aturan?, Burhan?. Ur I banna, Monaakon, Water View, ' hesslton'a. 1 tUay Port. Sharp?. Bowler'?. War? s W.lford'a. : Tappaharn?a-k, 9:U0 a. m., Naylor'? Bata, Iiland ' matt, UiiiTi, laaftua'a, ', Uwdstown. :?und?ra', Wilmont, On-enlaw?, Port Royul, Port Conway, Hay Muunt, H?,p Yard, Katc'iilfc ?,r re.|erick?burg. ?Steamer leaving on Sunday doss? r.ot ?top. tOii Monda)? steamer will leave Leed.towa at 11 JO a. n Kallimore. Tappahannock l-rav? Baltimore Pier 2. Light Streart, weather permitting, Wwlnsa* day and Friday 4% p. m., for 'North Lnd, Mill Creek, t White Stone, lrvlngton. Weern?, Millen back, ?Burhan ?. ?Burton?, t'rl-anna. Monaakon. ? Wheel ton?. Water Visrw. ? o harp a. tTappahan nork. ?Steamer leaving Baltimore on Wadneaday will only ?top at Landing? marked t. Tappahannock, Norfolk - Leave Tappahannock weather permitting, Saturday 2 p. m., ?topping at Wetford ?, War? a Bowler a. Sharp'?, Bay Hort. Whs-altona. Water View, Monaakon. l/i-bavnna. Burton?. Burhan?. Millenbeck. Marry Point Ottoman'?, Moran'?, Weem'a Irvington, WhiU Stone. Mill Creek. North End, Weatland. Return in?, steamer will leave Norfolk Monday, t p. m, weather permitting, for Tappahannock, ?topping at landing? r? above, exrept Merry Point, Ota man a. Moran'? and Bay Port, ?topping at Bowl? er ?, Ware? and Wallford a on return trip to Bal? timore on Tueadaya. Freight will not be rareived in Norfolk after 2 p. m.. on ?ailing .Un. Frederiektburg, Tappahannock. Baltimore Leave r rederickaburg. Sunday, Tueaday and Tburaday 2'<i p. m., ltd? and weather permitting. tor kal.-iilTe a. Hop Yard, Hay Mount, Port Con ?vay. Part I'.oyal. Grcenlaw?. Wilmont. Saunder'a, l*"UVi?ii 4 a. m., Lay ton?, Cartera, Blandtield, Naytor'? Hole 6:30 a. m., Tappahanock 1:.'h a. m. Wellford i. Ware ?, Bowler ?. Sharpa ?JO a. m.. Bay Part, Whealton's. Water View. Monaakon, Urbanna. ttM p. m., Burhan?. Millenbeck. Merry Point, Ulis?) p. tu.. Ottoman'?, Moran?, Ween-.?. Irvington, White Stone, Mill Creek 6-30 p. m.. N-.r-h Rod I ' p. m., Weatland. Arrive Baitimvr? Tueed.y, Thursday and Satuniay morning?. Tappahannock, Baltimore,-(?are TappaJ-.an. Mrk, weatlii'r permitting, TJO a. in., Tu.-s.la> ad Thuir.lay, ?topping at WaUford'a. Ware?. Bowl .harp'atMm. i.. . -lie.) Port. Wh-salton , Wat.r View, Mon-saaur.. 'trigamia, MTtoa ?. nur* han'a, MiUa-sback, Weenut, Irvington. White St ?ta, Miil ( raak. .'.. rlii Knd. Arriving B.liimure Wed. neviay and Friday morning?. ?Steanier to rtaiu* more on Thursday will not ?top at Urbanna and Bay Port Thia time tabla ?how? the time? at which steami? er? may be expected to arrive at and depart from the several wharvra, but their arrival or departure at the tln.ee stated i? nut guaranteed, nor dosai ?h? company bold ilaclt reaponsible fur any delay or any cori*eo,u.-nces ariaing therefrom. Freight received in BaJi'mor* until 4 p. a. ?>n ?ailing dan. W. D. SCOTT. Agt., rre.ierlck.juri. Va. Wlllard Tbomison. Geni. M?i a#*er. T. Murdoch. Uenl. Freight A IV??. AgL. halt,. -dot?. March l?t. I? '? Southern Railway N. B. Following acheduU figura? publlabad aa information, and are not guaran teed. Schedule effective Juna 24. 1810. Train? Issave Washington from New Urn.? Sution. 7;?) a. m. Dally-Loral fur Wane ;. n Uanvine ? id way us?.-.on?. ?His. m ??ally 1>? ?I <?* Harrlw-r.buni. Va. M a. ? Daily-United Stnts* Feet Mail. I Fir?t-claj? catch?-!, arid ?trawi- g nur. sleeping ear? to Birmingham A New OrUar.? Dining car ? ???Uli,. U ?' t.* V??rn.i ton aia? I Strasburg. I 4:15 p. n.. In.'y - Pun ? ?: iaj s "-??I end Floral? 1 li ite.1. latrsjsafk . ?? ?.>?? Mma ?? I ear? to O? ?.mbia. .-..vannai, .m Juivr.ii.?. I Sleeping aar t/? Aun??-U and a- ... bleeping car to blrniii.ghisiii. I'im.s..i ?km. l?*url?t ! car to Cal?'>.rnta iVon'ay, Wi?ice*.i?y, Tbarau?) an.' Fri?)ay. | 4:30 p.m. Week Daya-Uoc?.! fos H-srrtamiburg arai ?ray ?tation? on Hliishss lirai.rh. i litt p. aa. Daily-Local for Warren??? and .?Vil?-. ! 10:10 p. m. Daily-New Y or? and Chattanooga L"in!sd (vu l.>ric.',!uirg)-Fir?t .iaa? coach and ?... iir.g cars tu Kiaknoke, Krvuxyilla. Chattanooga, ?..-.iingrartoNewOrl.au?. Dunn?:-, ?r a-rv <?? l'?:.ip. n.. Daily .'*?? Y-r?. A'. .r.La ai..l New Orkaaaa Limit.?!- All Pullman t.?*, club ano cb ?. rvation car*, to N?. Dries' >, s-e.plng car? to Aalieville, At'H'ita, New t)r:e*.i , Sl,?fp?ng car to Charlotte, liliung-rar snl*. 4:10 a. MX Da'ly - -Mnni.ii .- -,-?;? ihrouan *l?*epinK cat* and ?na - . is "jxvi.<?, C....'?si.uogs?, Naal..,lis- and .v.. mi-.ia M'aawiaa*. ton ?leeplng Mat n| ' . U u as. Inning r.r ?ervice. Ihrou.-h traiiia from t'.e . .?. . n-.e ?Aaahing. .... .aJ>. ?.4-U. . U?iri?<a-. ? (...I? i.:46a. r . .. as. oaiiy. . I ? p. m. a A it p. m. Loca, l r ir ?'? ??? si" ?s.o. week day ?. Train? leave Richmond. Klo?, u.. and ll'stn : a? Daily ??.-?it*-?? i"i ail 6:10a.m. Da?y l-mal lor Uai.vi i. .. .1 ?Jn^r..?;., *ur.day. Local fi-r Moaeiey.V? 6?l0p. m. ?xcrpt ?jurwla.. Lus il Isa Kiysvilie. 4:30 a. n.. except Sunday ai d tUI p. m. M'xvday, N ?day for *m I'omt. ? seept Sunday. (-i Weat Point, cot., nectit.g with York River Line 'or Baltunora, M?.* day, Weui?alay >nd Friday. Ticket?. ?Urping-car ruaervatlona, and detailed Infurnaiuon ean ?as bad at IK'ket urnre. 706 1641) St.. i?t, i St. N. W.. ?r.d New Urnon Statior.. Baggage ch.s ked thna-gh from hot?'* and res!. denr?e. Cab ?.-ru..-. F.. 11. (?lAIMAN.Gen. Man. S. h. H AM ?WICK. Paea. Traffic Mgr H. F. CARY.Uen. Paaa. Agent. L. S. bl?iiWN. General Agent. W-sabingtoo. D. C 3. F. Burgess?. D. P. A., kichmond. Va PotomflrN Fre-ionckB t UIH Vt.'Q PltJaili*"! I -.. ?t ot>*i Turn Tabui No. 16. In effect at 1 A. M. Ana-tut 1. IM. Daily Mile? Dally except from except Sunday Fred- Station? Sunday. No. 1. burg. No. t A. M. Lv. Ar. P. M. 8.00 Frskierlcitaburg S.2t 8.10 6 Wbitea ?.04 8.20 ? Mine Road tM 8.28 1 Koby? AM 8.2S 9 S*-r??mar?iIU 2.48 8.S2 10 Alnch 14* UM 11 Furnace iM 8.40 13 Brockroad IM 8.48 14 Steplyarn IM 8.00 ID Parker LU O? 30 New Hop? LiT 8.18 n Tlnstar 14* 9.28 24 R^rnolda IM 9K M Vardiara.il?. LSI 9.4X 28 La Fayette 1.18 10 lO DO Unloo.lU? 1.0? 14.14 ? NMOtil U-M 10.24 3? Taylor 11.40 10.40 MLr.Oraj)?? l>\ ??? Coiinectloni ?t Fred-^cltabiirt with B*. T. A V* R. R. and Maryland, Delaware and Virginia Rail? way Co. At Oranma with Southern R. R. and Cheaapeake ft Ohio R. B. The only line to the Chancelloravilla and Wilder neaa Battleflelda. . *. . Eaatssrn Sundard Tim?. Daily except Sonda?. M. MA?TBLLER. Supssrintswubnt R llCHMOND. FREDFJIICRSBUBO AND PO? TOMAC R. R Leave Frederick?burg. Northbound-?>:26 a m. daily: ?:42 a m daily, kx-ai: 7:u* a m daily; 7:1? a- m daily; 10? a m daily, local; 1-28 p. m. daily. ?JO p- m. daily, losai; TrOlp m daily; 10.08 p. m d-UlY . _ .? Soutbbound-6-60am daily, A C L train; ?SA a m . except Sunday, local; 8:24 a m daily, local; 11:32 a m. daily. 8 A L train; 12:46 p m ?x c?-pt Sunday, local thia train do?* not go aouth of Miif?jrd; 1:17 p m daily; 6J4 p. m- daily. A C L- train; ?:j? p. m daily, loeasl: 8:6? p m dal r. g. A. L triln; 11:11 p- m. tUlly. A- CV ?-ain. Acconimodation tra?na arrive-From Washing? ton 12 46 p m. daily from Mllford 2:28 p. ?? waak day?only; from Rie.mood 4:00 p to. waak day? only. ,_. ArriraJi and departurea -t-***?-^-'11*'? W. P. Taylor. Traflk -totaaga? C. O Camjkaant_____ WANTED ! 20 Men to make R. B. Ties. Also 10 wagons to haul them. Apply to O. D. FOSTER, Tredericksburg, Va. A. B. Botts ? Co. Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Agent? Office 312 Commerce Street Represent* sixteen ftnt-clau com? panies. Rfttee low aa the lowett, and loue? promptly ?djiated and paid.