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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 19 January 1901

Mo External Symptoms. The blood may be in bad condition, jet with no external signs, no ekln eruption or sores to indicate It. The symptoms in Buch cases being a variable appetite, poor digestion, an ind?ribablc weakness and nervousne-?, loss of flesh and a general run-down condition of the system??dearly showing the blood has lost Its nutritive qualities, has become thin end watery. It is in just such cases thai 8. S. S. has done some of its quickest and most effective work by bull?ling up the blood and supplying the dements lacking to make It strong and vigorous. " My wife used sev* eral bottles of & a 8. as a blood purifier and to tone np a weak and emadatea system, with v?uy marked effect by way of Improvement *1We regard it a great tonic and blood purifier."?J. P. Duff, Princeton, Mo. JBfe ?Eh 0^ l? the greatest of all \^^ ?^^ a^^ tonics, and you will ^?k|^.^^find the appetite im* %J %}0 %jP proves at once, strength returns, and nervonsneaa vanishes as new rich pore bloxi o...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 22 January 1901

Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and flanufacturing Interests of Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country. J?TTri-N?^l42 ~~ FREDERICKSBURG, VA., TUESDAY. JANUARY 22, 1901_PRICE 3 CENTS; Railroads. NeWHorfolk^Weslem iw.rtT.ww Schedule in Effect May 27.1900. % LEAVE RtCHMON ? BYRD-* STREET STATION 9:00 A. M.. \t?l'Kt?l.K I.IMirRD. Ar? rive? Norfolk ll:'.V A. M. Sto|>? only Ht Pel ersl.ur?;, Waverly, anil Suffolk. St uond elan? tickets not accepted ?o this train. 9!05 ?. M . THi CHICA?.t? RXPRBSS, for i.ynt-hl.urir. Roanoke, Columbus, and Chiesuro. B?ffel Parlor car lYw-rsburg to Roanoko. Pullman Sleeper Roanoka I uubus : also, for lirlstu.', Kooxvtll?, and ] Chattanooga Pullman Sleeper Roanoke to Knoiville. 3:15 P. M. Ocean Shore Limited. Arrive? Norl .ik 5:36 P. M Stops only at ?'et<-r?l>urg, Waverly. and Suffolk ?eooad clase tickt?!? not ir?H>ti -m tin* tra?a 6!50 I'. M . Kor Suffolk, Norfolk, and in ternic.iit.to stationt. Arriv?e at Norfolk at 10:?k...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 22 January 1901

?iC-i j-_ ~?\. TP/tttZZZi iW?ffiGZZL WRwrn ? FBESESICESBUBO, VA? (AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.) ONLY THI-WEEKLY IN VIRGINIA. ' Covers more than thirty couiuits In the ist, 3rd, 7th and 8th Con? gressional Districts, and goes to subscribers at nearly 500 postoffices. Subscription $1.50 Pet Year ia Advance. ADVERTISING RATES: SPACE. Weetly.; Weekly * ie*ly 1 Inch per year... |??i $11??' ?II S months.. WOO 110 ?? JO ? montha.. ? ? fit?' 1 month... 1 u? Per Inch for -.' or more laches ' per year. 0 months.. SOU 3 mouth?.. 4 OU 3 0?? 8 im 5 no 2 ou LODO inches of display advertisement for SlflU, used at advertiser's option, in any sired spaoe? matter or space changed as often as ?Joairod. tat*"":? per cent. added for spaelal potttton. TRANSI KST H i For any alsed ad. 1 Insertion 50e. per inch. Retadlo* Notices lOo. per nonpareil line first Insertion, 5o per line for each subseijueiit one. Obituaries or Religious Notices of talnmentt, etc., charged tor at one half ratea Letters recvmmendln*-...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 22 January 1901

}?EiTi'':.?J. TUESDAY.JANUARY 22. 1901. Entered at the Postoffloe at Frederick?? burg, Va, as seoond-olass matter. ] AH oommuntoatlons of every character Should beaddretMed to"TH K FKKE LANCE," Prederlckaburg, Va. Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad. Sobedala in efTeot Jan. Uth, 1901. Loara North-?ard. ,,?.49 A. M* daily, no local atop?. 7.?J? A. M. dally, no local stopa. lu.lt A. t?. rtundtya uniy, snn?s at Brooke and Wide Water. ?Situs A. M. daily except Sunday. Quantlco? Aooomaodatiou. 1U.40 A. tt. Uaiiy except dunday.no local atop?. 1.? P. at. dally exoept Sunday, no local ?fjoae. 7.47 P. U. dally. No local atopt. ?.A? P. M. daily, btopsat Urvwke and Wide Water. Leare Southward. 5.59 A. M. daily, Atlantic Coast Lio?, train. Stops at Milforc, tkttwell and Ash ?and, week ?lays. All local stops on Sundays. 1?.4JP. St. daily. S-?t.t??ard Air Line train, Tta 3. A. L. Junction. Arrive at 0.AO. liruad treet station, Kiclimoiid. l.-'i P. at. uai.y oxcupi Sunday. Stops at Mll...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 22 January 1901

Contagious Blood Poison There is no poison to highly contagious, so deceptive and so destructive. Don't be too sure you are cured because all external Signs of the disease have disappeared, and the doctor says you are well. Many per? sona have been dosed with Mercury and Potash for months or years, and pro nonn<?d cured ? to realize when too late that the ?disease was only covered up? ?fa**? n~~.*~ im,.-, driven from the Uko B?get* Uko. $lirfai c to break out again, and to their sorrow and mortifi? cation find those nearest aud dearest to them have been Infected by thla loath? tome disease, for no other poison ?s so surely transmitted fro*., parent to child as this. Often a bad cate of Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin disease, an old sore or ulcer developing in middle life, can be ?raced to blo-jd poison con* ?\?ariy **? Sin of the Parent. life, for It remains smoldering in the sys? tem forever, unless properly? treated and driven out in the beginning. S. S. S. is the...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 24 January 1901

^*rx Devoted to the Ajrricultural, Commercial and flanufacturing Interests of Frederlcksburj? and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country VOL. 16.-NO. 143 FREDERICKSBURG, VA.. THURSDAY. JANUARY 24, 1901 price 3 Cents; Railroads. N ?wW Kar?oik^Wesiem ' Schedule in Effect Ma? 27. 1900. LEAVE NiCMMON . BYRD STPtEer STATION 9.00 a* ?*?? NUBroLli IIM1TKI). Ar Norfolk rt:S0 A. M. >t >i>* only at lvt ersbura. Waverly, hu?i Suffolk, s?i-ond class t? not acoep ed >n tins train. 9:05 *?. M . TUR CHICAGO IXPBBSS. f?*r i.ynofiliur*?, ?dumbus. aud Chioa?ro. Buffet Parlor ?ar Petersburg to Roanoke. Pullman Sleeper Kotin'.kt? to Col uminis : als?., for Hrlut?.? , Kooxvilla, and t'fiattan.?. ?? Pullman Sieaper Koanoke to knot ville. 3:i5 P. at. OotJiBBShore limited. Arrives Norf ?Ik V i*> I*. M Stop?only at t'etcrthurs:. Waveriy, aii.l Suffolk tieconi-class tleke.s not ?rood ?<n thi? train 6.50 P. M I .?r Suffolk, Norfolk, and In? termediate stations. Arrive? at Norfolk at 10:411 P. M....

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 24 January 1901

FBEDEEICKSB?E?, VA. (AN INDEPENDENT NBWSl'AI'BK.) ONLY TRI-WEEKLY IN VIRGINIA. "" Covers more than thirty counties in the ist, 3rd, 7th and 8th Con? gressional Districts, and goes to subscribers at nearly 500 postoffices. Subscription 11.50 Per Tear in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES: 8PACK. Trl- ?Scral Weetly.i Weekly. 1 Inch per yet?r.. 5 months. 3 months.. 1 month... Per Inch for I or more inches per ye?r. 6 months. 3 months. III 00 1 fll ?1 UM.? SU? 4U0 10 00 SOU 4 ?A? SOU ft W? 300 800 r, SS 3 00 Weekl] 7 00 ?s 00 I 00 I 00 I CO too uno Inches of display advertisement for $100, used at advertiser's option, in any si??d spswe? matter or ?pace changed aa often as desired. *BaV~26 per cent, added for special position. TRANSIENT KATI>. For any tlsed ad. 1 Insertion 50c. per Inch. Heading NotH-os Ute. per nonpareil line first Insertion, 5c- per line for each subsequent one. ' Obituaries or Religious Notloei of enter? tainment?, etc., charged for at one half ratea. Letters recommending...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 24 January 1901

THURSDAY... JAN?AKY 24. 1901. Entered at the Postoffloe at Frederick?* burg, Y a., at seoond-class matter. ] All communication? of every character Ihould In? address??! to"TH K V KB E I. A NCE," Frederloksburg, Va. Richmond, Fredericksburg de Potomac Railroad. Soba-dale In effeot Jan. nth, 190). Leave Northward. 6.ti? A. M. daily, no local stops. %M A, M. dally, u? Uval stops. 1'i.li A. at. Sundays ou.y, stops at Brooke and Wide Water. SlOW A. M. daily exc pt Suidiy. guantk-?? Accommod?t i Oct. iiuu a. M. dally exoopt aunday.no local ?tops, Lit P. M. dally except Bunday, no local ?top?. 7.47 P. M. dally. No local stops. Ml P. M. daily, t-tops at Brooke and Wide Wau-r. Leave Southward. S.:? A. M. da.'.y, Atlantic Coast Line train. ?tops at Miltoru, ? >./?,?*?. ?.la-id Aabiand, wet ? days. AU local stop? on Sundays. 12..iJ P. M. ?Jail v. S ?*1? ?ard Air Line train, vlaS. A. I~ Jutn.tu?r?. Arriva ?it C.\?>. Broad lroot station. ttuliuio:ul. '..'*. P. M. ...? j ???Mp* Sunday. Stop...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 24 January 1901

ECZEMA'S ITOH IS TORTURE. Bczema la ?sauted by an acid humor In ?the blood coming in contact with the skin and producing great redneas and in? flammation ; little pustular eruptions form and diacharge a tria, ?sticky fluid, which dries and ?cales off ; sometimes the skin is hard, dry and fissured- Eczema in any form it a tormenting, ?tub-born disease, and the itching and burning at times are almost unbearable; the acid burning humor teema to ooze out and set the skin on fire, Salves, washes nor other exter? nal applications do any real good, for aa long as the poison remains in the blood it will keep the akin irritated. BAD FORM Of TETTER, ??For thre? year? I had Tetter on my hand?, which canard them to swell to twice tbelr natural sise. Part of the time the disease was i a t he form if run? ning ?ore?, very pain* fol, and ?causing me much dlaeomfortFour doctor? ?aid the Tr tier had progressed too far to be cared, and they could d) nothing for m?. I t>?oken)y thrtM bottles of a a...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 26 January 1901

r*fm *^^^-*w _ /^^^^ ^^t^==^11 """Ns Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and Hanufacturing Interests of Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country. xmrT?^lsi^Tir "freperioksburg. Va? Saturday. January 26, 19Q1_price 3 Cents. Railroads. c&o To Hot Springs. OIEOIHHATI, LO?I8VILLR, CHICAGO BT. LOUIS ANO THE WB8T. Tat ??OBTiR aas ??ioxibt Root? to TH? Wtrr. The meet direct and popular route to Old Point and Norfolk. TRAINS LEAVE D08WELL, VA. January 1. 1901. Mo. o. No. i. no. 8 _Kx-San Dally, p^iy. Lv. Doewell.itil:iHA| S-47P,ll:?ap Ar. BUuntoa. ? ;i:',- P 7:30 P i&A " Clifton Forge.|t 6:46 P 1*26 P 6:38A " Va.HotSprintiS. 10:a? P 7-SBA ? " White Sulphur. " Bonoeverte. lOilT P 7:16A "Cincinnati. ?SWA 6:00 P " Lexington. . 8.-00A 6:10 P ?? LonlsvlUa. UrO?A 8:O0P " Chloago.. 5-30P 7:16A M 8?. Loolt. 8 4iP 7:80 A ims marked t dally exoept Bandst. Cars on Not. 1 and 8 ulsville. TRAINS FOR OLD POINT AND NORFOLK. 7* A At I SiHM P If 8:30 A If ?:00 A M ll:?C A M 11:46 A ...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 26 January 1901

T*/??&*ZZ2? .4W&&Z&BL, Wjsb mwiawwaar F?EDBB2CK3BUE&, VA? (All INDBPBNDBNT NBW8PAPBR.) ONLY TRIWEEKLY IN VIRGINIA. S Covers more than thirty counties in the ist, 3rd, 7th and 8th Con? gressional Districts, and goea to subscribers at nearly 500 postoffices. Subscription $1.50 Per Year in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES: 8PACB. 1 Inch per year... fit O? $11 00 7 00 ? months.. 10 00 8 00 S 00 3 months.. 6 00 S 00 .') (U 1 month... 4 00 8 00 8 00 Per Inoh for t or ?sore Inches per year. 10 00 8 00 5 00 ? months.. ?00 5 00 8 00 8 months.. 4 00 8 00 S 00 1.000 inches of display advertisement for IWX used at advertiser's option. In an/ sized spatae matter or space chan?-ea as often as desired. per cent, added for special position. TRANSIENT RATBS: Vor any raised ad. 1 Insertion 6O0. per inch. Headtns- Notices 10c per nonpareil line first Insertion, 60. per line tor each subsequent one. Obituaries or Religious Notloes of enter? tainments, etav, ohartred for at one-half rates....

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 26 January 1901

.j^sstjgg^' SAIURI)AY....JANJAKY 26. 1901. Entered at the Postoffloe at Frederioka burg, Va., a? seoond-clsss matter. ] ~.~-communications of every character ? hould be addressed to"THK FKER LANCE," rredericksbarg, Va. ^ohmond, F^ericfcaburg & Potomac Railroad/ Soaeoale In effeot Jan. Uth, 1901. Leave Northward. 8.48 A. st. dally, no local stops. /?*-? a, M. dally, no local stops. ? ? r^.JSiti;".'CIcept 8un,Uy- yu?ntl Stops" A* *' 4*U' ?X?*Pt auQ?--*>?no local eiopa.1*' M* d*"y eXTOpt 8ttntt?y. ?O local ? ?*: ?? u ? ?*1'*' N? ?o??! ?tops, Wattn' ,'*S* tt0??-|t Uvwkeand Wide Leave Southward. ?.38 a. M. dally, Atlantio Coast Lino train Stops at Mllford. Uoaweilaod Ashland. wo?.?k days. All local stops on Sundays. 13. ?Jl P. It. dally. Seabjard Air Une train Via 8. A. L, Junction. Arrive at CAO. Ur\?a?.i treet station, Richmond. Lit P. si. Hsu, eiovpi Sunday. Stops at Miiford. Doswell and Ashland. - 4.4" e. M Dalia, Atlau.iu Co .st Line train, St^n. at Doswoll and MhUnd. SII P. ...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 26 January 1901

Forewarned, I Forearmed. The Hsbttity to disease 1? greatly lessened when the blood is in good con? dition, and the drculation healthy and vigorous. For th?sn all refuse matter is promptly ?carri?ed out of the system j otherwise it would rapidly accumulate > ? fcnmrmtation would take pi arc, the blood become polluted and the consti? tution so weaksned that a simple malady might retrait seriously. A healthy, active circulation means good digestion and strong, healthy nerves. As a blood purifitsr and tonic S. S. S. has no ranal. It is the safest and best remedy lor old people and children because it contains no minerals, but is made exclusively of roots and herbs. No other rem?*dy ao thoroughly and eff?ectnally cleanses the blo-od of im ^s*. ^sa?. ^aw pnritie9. Atthe .^^ ?gf^ .^^ same time it builds ^$W ^$aa ^$V up the weak and d?e *_*tJ?i^i??_t'J bilitated. and reno ^???^ ^BW ??taaaw vates the entire sys? tem. It rares permanently all manner of blood and skin troubles. _ Mr* ?. B*...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 29 January 1901

N-iv =s fc ultural, Commercial and flanufacturino; Interests of Fredericksburj? and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country Fredericksburg, Va.. Tuesday. January 29, 1901 price 3 Cen* IS IE? SUED. J save you MONEY on ] \goods. cen. vVool and Wash Dress tfoe-i.Oasimeres and Kerseys, ?ool Underwear, Corsets and w Capes and Cloaks from lade Skirts and Pants.Trunks ?cialty. Wholesale Depart WALLACE, FRKDER1CK8BURG. VA UGANSAVEM?NEYON -AT? AKER'S. ?res in Black and Colored,at 69c. '2 12, 15 and 16 2 3, wonh 16, 20 i Plaid Back Dress Goods.worth doz. Men's Wool Shirts at 69 00 and $1.25 60 doz Ladies' . worth 85 and 37cts. 235 doz ars at Sets, each, worth 12?cts. .??il Blankets that Mnst be Sold a from ?Octs to $7 00 each,* ??m the great Hodges Bro., fail arid are Dirt Cheap. We have ace will not allow us to mention. T. Baker, FREDERIOKSBURG. VA. RS I ??' Oxford Tie? at ?50 ota $1.36 Ladies' )xford Ties at *'? ot?. We make thl? a J^A^-eot intend to bold one pair over It mach below ooat. Oome a...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 29 January 1901

for ?-' i I..ohi s I months. ;? month? 10 00 em? 4 ?JU io on S OJ 400 Heral ?i*ekly 111 00 600 3 ?JO ?no 800 Weekly. 7 00 Mm s uo I ?m a ou ? ft? 1000 luobos of display advertIsemont for tlU). u?t?U at aJvtrtiser'o option, in any sised spaoo?matter or space ohamred as often a? desired ?TV-A per oent. added for speolal position. TRAN81EST RATES: Por any aiaed ad. 1 Insertion 60c. per lnob. Reading Notices 10o. per nonpareil Une Ont losertiob. So. per line (or cacti subsequent on?. Obituaries or Kelljr.ou? Notli?.?? of enter? tainments, etc., charged tor at one ball rates. batters rtcommendlnir or adverttflna; can? didates for i.flicu munt U? paid for. TUESDAY.JANUARY 29. 1901 Weather forecast for Fred ericktbnrg and Vicinity. Tuesday fair brisk West winds. poli rios-DY3PEPrio HuiaLTHY. AND Io the new? columns of tbe Rich? mond Times of late have been various references to "machine" oandldate, "machine" rule, and ?o forth, anect ?tb? gubernatorial erntest which is now fast w*axing hot...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 29 January 1901

THIS SHALL POX IN KINS GEOEGE Servies Discontinued for trie Preaent at Montagues cnapei. iflned lie lunday wth idiog ?evtral -?eper. ft yestes-ay ore. t grip S it urda? for or? and ?*w Rapidaf is Scbooleijand jf Rtobnnd, Dinie and wife. oiBal* Mr?, ames ?Sett, of and Mi ?e wearig of [guard /?lust *n, of Folon>, Mr?. ?. beginjat ?t. h onlThur?* is? ?turned Flier nka* r JPowitan, is ! JenjPoweri". Le-a/isif rvltitin):elati King ves alk? ibis citjffioiated lea of &. Addle Atnlal Satur* i. '--Whington, g(p>a?|at eturned (?kandria, DU. Gar* hafeturned Z? ?s Goods, raj, stock *ae. E. Montague'? Chapel, King George, Va , Jan. 20, 1901. To The Free Lance : In conversation with Dr.F.F. Ninde, he informed me that George Clarke bad small pox beyond a doubt, tbat bis fever bad been very high. He thongbt Olarko was better and would get well with proper oare He ?aid tbere were two more oue? of tbe ?ame disease at Lewis Harvey's, his wife and daughter. These caws are not as bad as Olatke...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 29 January 1901

IAN AND FASHION. Fraed out the mouth tthat *.-jtha ifjats-aVa aa?y and .- vacem* inteaay eew ?rita** Iresa *?>t?rra. Bave tptvmxmnAt? fc to-avatcy, ___ a.d asa toro to ?ay thai ??KtaVssss?sa. ttoaa wat-an i ?w^M?-ta-?'?''^'*'m-"",,-v ' "? oil te ?ata ta ear* V?taar asa <ttAt-att>**?Ut'mesti.-n te ?a-tUc-ar* aay caaa ot Caunb It tasas? mocor?. hm*mtitltomn ifjto* ^aw ^nw || the only purtly veg. IP ?.^J ?**^^ ?tabla ?blood purifie? ^^ ^^ ^^ auiot>m,and the greatest V^1*?^W^*. all blood -medicines MW MWmW amd tonka. It you have Catarrh dont wait ttnt? It becomes deep atetad and chronic, but be? ata at onca the use of 8. 8. 8., and ?end for otrr book ?ora blood and akin dlseaaea ?***???" ?hosit ?ttmr caaa, cost of a trip from pmsk, Siberia, was lat?a only $9. rag less hazard ^^??wlll now Sauounts on play to the n-#a the that _Jns PURK BYB _IKS, from the fol _ iistilleries : Graft A Oo. _ Oonnty Distilling Co., of joutioello Distillery, of Mary* 1*9 T.. F. Uray, of Pennsylvan...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 31 January 1901

Oevoted to the >\fcri cultura I, Commercial and flanufacturing Interests of Frederlcksburj? and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country. Fredericksburg, Va.. Thursday. January 31. 1901 Price 3 Cen* IS WALLACE will save you MONEYJon DRY GOODS. Naw styles.low prices. ' and WajSh Dress ^ods, Ginghans.CaUcoe^?aaimeres and Kerseys, ftd.es' and G-eats' Wool Underwear, Corsets and ssiery Big lot of new Oape-3 and Oloaks from ?00 to$lO. Ready-made Stcirts and Pants.Trunks id Satchels a specialty. Wholesale D?part? ent up stairs. S. G. WALLACE, i and Wmmere.e Streets. FRKDERICK8BURG. VA I.E IS WH a YOU GAN SAVE MONEY ON 8 -AT ti E. T* BAKER'S. ??.oz Ladies' $1. Kid Gloves m Black and Colored,at 69o. doz Linen Towels at ?2 1-2, 15 and 10 2-3, worth 16, 80 i 25 ots ?r> piec?p 58 inch Plaid Back Dress Goods.worth 15 and 1.50 at $1.00; 25 doz. Men's Wool Shirts at 69 |89cts. eaou worth $1,00 and $1.25 60 doz Ladies' let Books at 20cts. each, worth 25 and 37cts. 985 doz [U 8100 Linen 4 Ply Colla...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 31 January 1901

for 2 >lachea I month... 8 month... 10 00 SOU too 10 011 sou 400 ?kly til 00 too 300 800 600 too Weekly. 700 SOU 800 2 n? 600 SOU too ekea of display advertisement for I at advertiser's option, in any slaved ?-?? or spaoe changed a? often as r per cent, added for special position, TRANSIENT RATB9: alsed ad. 1 lnaertloa 60c. per inch. Notloes 10c per nonpareil line first to. per line for each subsequent or Rellaious Notloes of enter? et***, char-red for at one-half rates, recommeudlnjf or advertising can offloe must be paid for. T)AY,...JANTJ?RY 31. 190L Weather forecast for Fred tricksburg and Vicinity. Clearing and colder Thursday RAPPAHANNOOK BOATS Id his seeond communication on' tbe snbjeet of a river boat, to bel Zoned ob oar first page, Mr Beverley I **Jra Tarai Fsss Lanos for ?gnr?. toi ..b.Uati.1? Sk? mmmortlom wo made that bat for tbe heavy shipments on tbe lower Rappahannock the Weems ?^?fniiBM?.-Frs?ericksburir would ' "hol be self-sustaining. We did not. as distinctly ...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The free lance. — 31 January 1901

[tat Comments J M Lee he? ? .evere attack ?^*lea Herudon i? in New hl,?B relative?. B Colbert kit Tuesday for a *"P to Baltimore. ?arian Bruce left yesterday for ? a where she will visit frtenda. ?Hsibetb Willis, of Winchestnr " Kuest of Mia? Nora 0. Wll* F. Lunsfoid, of Stafford,wu ?? The Free Lance effloe Tue?* Suntry by lent. illdins Va. ? Hsklti?. of Richmond, Is fiis fathnr, Mr. Geo. Hosklns, M. MiB I A. Weaver, of Washington, ?aVhoBI been visiting his family here, ha? rtWroed OspBjTeteaoe \IcOrao';en haa reoov* ?red traft u bis late attauk of grip, aud is jut at Ibsinraa. M'. ? W. Honey haa porohashed of loe Wooddy two buildu,g lot? Iwood ?treet. D<\ Ai Ritenour, of Alexandria, who tea been tbe gae?t-of Dr. J. Garnjtt King, h?t returned home. Mit? (?l. T. Thornton, of Po?t Royal. in the city, the guest of Mr and If?. V. M. Fleming,on Hanover street. Mite Edith Horner, of Finkaburg, id.. who baa been tbo guest of Mr. ?nd Mr?. J 0. Melville, has returned xome. Yoaahoold see o...

Publication Title: Free Lance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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