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JOHN <? ? ROWS
" litor aie! rr?>priet??i
w i i?\ BSD w m u.cii 1. IS'.".'.
1 lake this liHthotl ?>f informing the
\?>t?T?. ol (lurk?- eoaaty timi I will bs h
lauiiiilate for Ibe offi? ?? ??! ?; the
??le? lion t?> !>?? held <?n Ibe f??iirth Tlmrs
day in May. 1899, and reapectfally ><>!ii
it their auppoii I promise lo perforai
the datiez if elected, to the best ?>f my
alulitv an?l t?> th?- -ati-t.??? lion of the
publie. vv \\ SMALL* OOD
ri??- undersigned berebj aaaouaces
hisaeeli as :i candidat? lection a*
ill of i l.'iik? ? ount* ti tin' ?lection
hel.l in Mav m \: Hum king
t he \ I li?'ir .-u pport hereto
I promise, if r? I, to perform tin*
duties ol tl:?' ofllce lo the best of my
ability. Vei v Respectfu
I. K BRIGGS
At til?- solicit at ioa of many friends I
respectful!1, announce myaell ? candi?
date for the office ??f Sberifl of Clarke
county, ami will l>e thankful lo r?
the nuppori <>f the voters at the election
to be beld In May, i*-'?:* I promis
discharge 11 ??- ?luti?'?- of the ofllce con?
scientious eaaly, and with an eye
rot be public intereata
For Clerk of county court.
I hereby annoum andidate
for the office <>f clerk o? the county and
circuit courte of Clarke county, and so
li? it the support <>f my fello? citizens.
If elected, I prom liscbarge the
dutiee of the office faithfully arul con
itiouslj A FORD.
For Commonwealth's Attorney.
1 hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-election lo the office mmon
wealth- Attorney of Clarke County at
the election i<? be beld on : ly, th?
29th ?lay of May next. I can only
! -hall continue to fait h -
fully ?ii-? barge the duties of the office.
CHAS M BROUS
?> annoni anJidate
forth' ; Commonwealth's Attor?
ney for tlii- county, and respect fu llj
licit the suffragea of my county vi
at the election lo be held n? x\ May. II
elected, 1 shall discharge the duti?
the office to the beat ol my ability. lie
tfully, W T. LEWI8.
The situation in the Philippin?
lands, from tl.?- information that is
daily arriving, creates thein.pr?
that our government has S heavy
task to accomplish before it can
bring th?- Filipinos into subjection.
If (ien. Otis, when be K??t them 00
the run, had had enough men to keep
up the pursuit the end of the war
would have been near, but the Fili
pinos have had time to recover fiom
their panic?nay. more, they have
Stolen within the Amejican lines and
ire to parts of Manila, destroying
more than s thousand 1 The
men who have 1??-1 their homes have
been made desperate by this oet, ami
many of them will doubtless join the
insurgents unless the American
Irust them with some kind of em
ployment, which is doubtful.
The insurgent leaders have issued
a proclamation in which they declare
it to be the.r purpoj wavr
of extermination without any com
lion for those who compose the
army of occupation. They declare
as follow.-: "Brother.-, we must avenge
ourselves on the Americans and ex?
terminate them that WS may take re
venge for the treachery which they
have committed upon us." Then fol
lows instructions as to how attack:?
must be made. This does not sound
like the Filipinos intend to yield un?
til they arc made to do SO, and it
looks now as if we must tight over
the entire island of Luzon before we
will be able to secure peace. The
ithei is beginning to make again-?
our soldiers, as the sun has already
grown very hot.
Not to have offered the Filipinos
the Same terms We have conceded to
the Cubans was one of those blunders
that becomes a crime, and this fact
Will be forced upon us before the is
lands are conquered. A- t lie govern
nient ?i bent upon their subjugation,
such force- afl can accomplish this
purpose expeditioosly ought to be
hurried to the scene of action.
Hon. Lyman J. (?age, Secretary of
the Treasury, made an address in
Ifichmond on the 22nd of February
before the annual meeting of lbs Vir?
ginia Banker's Association, on the
mechanism of the bank note. His
speech was a discussion of the rela?
tive virtue of the greenback and the
hank uote in the industrial activities
of the world. He advocated the re
tirement of the greenbacks and the
substitution of proper instruments of
creuit, including bank notes, and
giving ui??re extended privileges to
banks. He said that the greenback
was a weak and ineffective device
when compared with the banknote
in its usefulness to production and
exchange. He held that the green?
back was as hard to obtain as gold
or silver, and that the present sys?
tem paralyzed that class of credit
represented by checks, drafts aud
The small thing? that have b??en
harjied ti|>on until they ha*e grown
into a storm wiud, developed during
the recent war with Spaiu. ought to
make every mau disgusted with his
act who voted to hi in.: on that con?
flict. The latest small thing brought
to li^lit by the privilege gran tea to
Admiral Soli ley to state hit side of
the ease was the effort made by Ad?
miral Sampson to belittle the part
played by Se h ley in the destruction
of Ce rv era's lleet off Santiago harbor.
After cosntaendingSchlejassetioai by
' telegram on th.? Hstof May. Setup
>??n wrote to the Secretary of the
Navy ott the 10th of July that Sehlev
Wats ?_t 11 i 11 v of "reprehensible conduct"
on or about the t9th of May -that
-. M veral da\s before his commend
atorv cominunieation of the '?let.
1 What if more, the Commander of the
Army and Navy ? the President?put
t!?> faith in that charge of "roprehen
I si hie conduct," or if he did he dis
?jraird himself ami country to tiomi
i.ate Schief for promotion to Admi
ml. Because Sampson did not hap?
pen to DC on the spot when Cervera'i
fleet made its appearance was no rea
son why lie should have grow u jeal
out of Schlej. As was said by th<
latter, "there was glorv enough iu il
Count D'AImenas, one the mem
of the Spanish Cortes, thinks i
strange tuat although the arar wit!
Am led three months ago DO
oti" ?>f the Spanish officers has beei
hung. Cett. Linares, he sai?!. wai
guilty of treason in surrendering .
000 meo to a smaller force of Amer
icana. Sharp criticism of those en
trusted with the management of tin
war seems to have been provoked it
country. It won hi have beet
better for our government had it nev
er commenced, and Spain will lean
in the course of time that she euhum
in the end more than the Unite?
The latest intelligence from Ml
uila represents that ahonl 8,000 tin
belonging to Aguinaldo'* army si
tired of lighting and want to surret
iler. The Filipino junta, bower?
are said to favor making the war
holy one. The Filipinos blame tl
Americans with the loss of their re
i deuces destroyed by lire in Manili
\ Nur?- 'ill ? ti K for V
? i ?U V.'ll tli \ii:i? a;
i >ile* s?hJ - '
itipatiou a. u s uptjtii
1 . .. ts Candy !
tonl ..?1 i:r;:rp -
mouev refund? I I ? su
: DOS t<
? 1'iU.et free. fa- ?? our
Last week Mr. Johnson, repnbl
can, of Indiana, scored the Praaidei
and bis administration for the erro
and crimes of the w-ar. He took 1
' hid text the batJ'|ilet of the Hot.
Market Club ot Boston at which t
President spoke. lie charged M
McKinley with weakneas, by|
and corruption in retaining Alger
the cabinet and shutting hi> eyes
the horrors tlie latter official w
allowing to go on. He asserted th
the President's claim that at first
"hail no policy in the Philippine?
was false. He had acted from t
first along the lines of expansion, ii
perialism anil greed. He had liste
e<l not to the dictates of hid en
:ne but to his corrupt politic
creditors. He surrendered wholly
the selfish capitalists of the count
the men who secured his election a
**who, 1 have DO doubt," cri
Mr. Johnson, "have pledt!
themselves to give him anoth
These capitalists wish to seize pa
of China and anything else they c
get in the orient. The President
tempts to justify his change of frr
by saying that Admiral Dewey wai
ed us to take the Philippines.
cannot hide behind the Admit*
CiiAMiuiKiAix's Cor?.ii HemF.i
This remedy is intended especia
for coughs, colds, croup, wboopi
cough and inlluen/.a. It has beco
famous for its cures of these diseat
over a large part of the civili;
world. The most flattering testir
niais have been received, giving
counts of its good works; of the
gravating and persistent coughs
has cureii; of severe colds that. li?
Vieille?! promptly to its soothing
fects, ami of the dangerous atta
of croup it has cured, often sav
the life of the child. The extens
use of it for whooping cough
shown that it robs that diajesvoe ?if
dangerous consequences. Sold
W. Richardson, druggitst.
Mention was made of the death
('apt. C. Shirley Harrison at
home, at Ppper Rramlon, on
James river. His death was
work of his own hands, as he b
laudanum, and then shot him*
with a pistol. No cause is assigi
for the act, except he was a gt
sufferer from Bright'? disease.
Rev. K. Kdwards, pastor of
English Baptist Church at Mini
ville. Pa., when suffering with rh
mat ism. was nd vised to try Cham!
Iain's Pain Halm. He says: "A I
applications of this liniment pro
of great service to me. It suhdi
the inflammation and relieved
pain. Should any sufferer profit
giving Pain Balm a trial it will pie
me." For sale by W. Richards
Mr Bryan on "Destiny "
Hon. Win. J. Bryan was the pnn
cipal speaker before tbe Virginia
Democratic Association at Washing
ton on tbe 2*?ud of February. The
following are some of his brilliant re
"We have reached another crisis.
The ancient doctrine of imperialism,
banished from our land more than a
Century ago, baa recrossed theAtlan
, tic aud challenged democracy to mor
tal combat upon American soil.
Whether the Spanish war shall be
known in history as a war for liberty,
or as a war of compiest; whether the
principles of self government shall he
strengthened or abandoned; whether
this nation shall remain a homoge
neons repnblic or become a heterogene
! oils empire?these ?piestions must fie
answered by the American people.
When they speak, and not until theu,
will destiny be revealed.
teDeattny is uot a matter of chance;
: it is a matter of choice; it is not a
thing to be waited for; it is a thing
to be achieved.
"No one can see the end from the
beginning, but anyone can make bis
course au houorable one from begin
: ning to end by adhering to the right
under all circumstances. Whether a
man steals much or little may de?
pend upon his opportunities, but
s bether he steals at all depeuds upon
hit own volition.
?So with our nation. If we em
bark upon a career of conquest M
one eati tell how many islands we
may be able to seize or how many
- we may be able to subjugate:
neither can anyone estimate the cost,
immediate ??r remote, to the nation's
purse and to the nation's charact? r:
but whether we shall enter upon such
? career is a question which the peo
pie have a right to decide for them
?Tbe nation's purpose determines
its destiny. What is the nation's
purpose? It is set forth clearly and
unmistakably in the first teuton?
"?Wl, the people of the 1'ni'ed
States, in order to form a mire per
t'-i t union, establish justice, insure
domestic tranqnility, provide for the
Common defense, promote the gener?
al welfare and secure the blessings of
liberty to ourselves and t>> our pot
teritv, do ordain and establish this
constitution for the Doited States of
"(lor uation is tempted to depart
! from its 'standard of morality' and
adopt a policy of 'criminal aggies
; tion.' But will it yield?
"The forcible annexation of the
Philippine Islands is not necessary to
make the United States a world pow?
er. For over ten decades our nation
has been a world power. During its
brief existence it has exerted upon
the human race an influence more
potent for good than all the other
nations of the earth combined, and
it has exerted that influence without
sword or gatlinggun.
"Mexico and the republics of On
i tral and ?South America testify to the
? benign influence of our institutions,
while Kurope aud Asia give evidence
of the working of the leaven of self
: ntneiit. In the growth of de
niocracy WO observe the triumphant
march of an idea?an idea that would
be weighted down rather than aided
by the armor and weapons proffered
"Much has been said of late about
Anglo Saxon civilization. Far be it
from me to detract from the service
rendered to the world by the sturdy
race whose language we ?peak.
"The union of the Angle and the
SaSOO formed a new aud valuable
type, but the process of race evolu
tion was not completed when the An?
gle and ?Saxon met. A still later
type has appeared which is superior
to any which has existed heretofore;
and with this new type will come a
higher civilization than any which
has preceded it. (ireat has been the
(?reek, the Latin, the Slav, the Celt,
the Teuton and the Au^o Saxon, but
greater than any of these is the Amer?
ican, in whom are blended the vir?
tues of them all.
"Civil aud religious liberty, uni?
versal education aud the right to par?
ticipate, directly or through represen?
tative!? chosen by themselves, iu all
the affairs of government?these give
to the American citizen an opportu?
nity aud an inspiration which can be
found nowhere else.
''Standing upon tbe vantage ground
already gaiued, the American people
can aspire to a grander destiny than
has opened before any other race.
"Anglo-Saxon civilization has
taught the individual to protect his
own rights; American civilization
will teach him to respect tbe rights
of others. Anglo Saxon civilization
has taught the individual to lake
care of himself; American civiliza
tion, proclaiming the e?jualijy of all
before the law, will teach him that
his own high' st good requires the
observance of the commandment,
Thou shall love thy neighbor as thy?
"Anglo-Saxon civilization has, by
force of arms, applied the art of gov
em ment to other races for the benefit
of Anglo .Saxons: American civiliza?
tion will, by the influence of example,
excite in other races a desire for self
government and a determination to
"Anglo ?Saxon civilization has car?
ried its flag to every clime and de?
fended it with forts and garrisons.
American civilization will imprint its
flag upon the hearts of all who love
Afl?rale Votir Ifowela With r>t?rar?U.
Cioiiiy CatitsUtte, ears conxiipailesa Isaaiss.
10r U5c If C C.c: t-i II, tiriisft'i' ?? i ?mid money.
The work of tearing dowu the
Ilaxall Mills, which ?re to be con
verted into a pulp mill and electric
plant, iu Richmond, was begun last
The large barn belonging to Jacob
C. Burner, on the H weis farm, four
miles west of Lur.v, w?s destroyed
by tire, with conteuts, last week.
The frozen bodie* <?f four colored
men were wa?tied asjhorc neai'Smith's
Island life-saving station lait week.
They are supposed to tie the crew of
a wrecked oyster boat.
The post oftiee at \ir Point, RoaV
noke county, was broken open ami
rob lied a few nights ago. Sever.11
dol ars in silver and stamps were tak
en by the thieves seasides a gold watch
and a sack containing about 1,000
pennies. There is no clew.
Reports have reached Warretiton
of considerable loss of stock in that
section during the bli/./ard. A baud
of gypsies on Lee's Ridge, near town,
came near perishing. The town an
thorites brought thorn in ami fixed
them up with tire ami provisions in
Mrs. Hornet B. Bell, widow- of
Rev. Dr. Thomas I >. Bell, a well
known clergyman of the Presbyterian ?
Church, died ut Harrisonbtirg last
weel after a brief illness of pnentno |
nia. Mrs. Bell was a Miss Bear be
fore marriage, a daughter of Andrew ;
Bear, ami a native ?,f Rockingbam '
A letter rom Lexington says: The i
recent cold spell play?! havoc with
I the partridges t ? ? m ?jreat extent, many
freezing under the suda The far?
mers endeavored to fee?l them ami
take them up a h? twer found, and in
some instances kepi tlWtn housed
< Irado whs plac? ?! smund a here o
???re likelv to I
Hi? lit?- tt s*fl -..it.-.l.
in ti I lin a*
- . -
thai ran into Pneumonia. M>
?? hardened. 1 wan
-:t up in bed. v- .in. 1
c\pei te?l t<> s.K.n ill. .- lieu
I heard of Dr. King**
it, ami now am well and ?ti I cai
?'?<? much in its |>r i * marvel I
me?(icine s the surest an
th?- rorld for all Throat ami Lung Trouble.
Regular ?l/.es SO cents and Sl.OU l"r;al 1" r
t'ea free al V, \\
? -> bottle ^uara ??
Hay and the Canal Bill
representative Hay, of Virginia,
b?*in*j asked if he voted toaiistain the
?Speaker on his rulings on the Nica
ragua canal bill, ami if so, why, said:
"Yes, 1 voted to sustain the Chair iu
all of its rulings on the subject of
the Nicaragua canal. It may be true
that the rulings of the Chair defeat?
ed the bill. I was not actuated by
any desire to sustain the rules.
cause I believe the majority of the
House has at all tintes the right to
change the rules which it has made.
That is a right rested in the majori
ty by the Constitution. But I know
that the building of this canal at
this time means a bond issue, and
following that an increase of taxa
tino. I ?as not willing b> mv vote
to but tien the people I represent with
any more taxes and, therefore, was
willing to sustain The rules of the
House, if by SO doing I could ward
off this erormou? expenditure of pub
lie money, which must come out of
the people. Moreover, I am sat -
that one of the leading issues of the
campaign of 1900 will be an econom?
ical administration of the govern?
ment and a condemnation of tin
lar<:e ami inexcusable expeoditnres
of this administration. It occurred
to me that for democrats to aid
Messrs. Hepburn and Grosvenor to
add to the burdens of the people the
sum required for the building of this
canal at this time won Id be very poor
politics, apart from the question of
principle. The canal will cost at
Ktervlitxiy s-ajs Si?.
arets i 'an?l\' CaU?m lie, I
de.! ni m? 'M.-.il i
u.it ;nid refresliin?, to be uu
and positiv? ly on 1 M
tli'ansiiiT tin? enure ss^i-in. di*i?-l coins
core)lieavlneiiO, iev?-r, liabltnnl ..
ami !>? i?->iiisi!.-s.s. I'ii-as?' i?n\
Oil '.<'.('. t i ilnv; 10, '-'?"?. ".?> ? ?'ii
gu?rante?-?! to cure by all ilnii gj
Not an a ffaiu of THE State.?
Com mon weal ih's Attorney K. H.
Jackson, of Wai reu county, has re
plied to (iovernor Tyler's letter ask
lug for information about the allege?!
assault upon Sarkis Xychauian, a
Turk, and Urden Clyde Cullen. \ j
cbanian complained to his govern
ment, aud the Turkish minister at
Washington demanded of thi.s gov>
era meut that damages be paid the
lurk. Secretary of State John Hay
asked (?overnor Tvler to have an in
Mr. Jackson says the assault com?
plained of was the result of the at?
tempt of a deputy marshal to serve
on Cullen a warrant issued by a
United States offloer, Cullen having
been indicted in the District of Co
liimhia on the cha'ge of obtaining
money under false pretenses. While
Jackson does not say so, it is inferred
that the Turk interfered with the
officer. The attorney states that as
tins was a case in which the fed? ral
government was seeking to assert its
authority, it is not one for the State
officers to investigate, (iovernor Ty?
ler forwarded a copy of the letter to
? Two "Million? a Year.
When people lmv, try, ?ml buy again, it
inearis they're Batiaflasj, The peuple of the
United State? aie now bajrins] Ctssicareta
( ariily Cathartic at the rate -it two million
!mx?'s a y< ar anil it will be three million lie
fore New Year's, it aaeans mcrii proved,
that Oaawaiwta are the asotst de1 liosrel
rafulator for everybody tin yean
drui.'LV is 10... 2.V.?.0?" ?il.i'x. < ?
It Coes Wim-m savin?; that
when vou are sullermg from catarrh,
you want relief right away. What
is the uae then of ?xpenimnting with
oIihhI "eures'' upon a climatic dist
I'se a local reuiedv. I se Fly's it. un
Balm, which relieves at once the it
tacks t?f catarrh and cures ?(ironic
tnaes This rcm??iv eai be ised bj
all without injuriousrecwIts? It con
tains no nnrcury m?r injurient ?Irug
of any kind.
I ?Amt.*? Waiilotl.
We will paj the hijhe-l market pries
in cask tor Spring I..??mi'-, and persons
having tht* class of SlOCk lor -ab- hail
l??-tl?T COBSalt n?? when the? Waal to
contrail for I ht ??al?- of tht -?one >A ??
ar<- in the ?*-l?t for l>u-iu??
ml it BELL A <;ol DSMITH
REPORT OF THE CONDITIOIN
BANK OF CLARKE COUNTY,
BKRRYVILLK, \' \
at the clOBS of l>n-:t;f? February I, I-'"
I??>iii|- mill in ? .
Sal mal l?.?nk-. I!
Due from S i ka and banker*
Real ?--tat?', furniture ati?l tiv
? 'urrctit ? \ ?
Cash and cash Items. i
I.I \l II 11 II s.
? 'apitaJ atock paid in.. - lO.ot"' ""
Surplus fund ? umi i?0
Individual ?I?*]?? ?ii-< -:?l?,??t t?>
'.?'?I ein?, k-.
N itional Banka....
I'll?-1.? stat?> Banka, Private Rank
Total... II ?l
St\n of Vu:?.im \. ? ? ?i s m ? t ? i \' Kl
I. .1 R. Nt w ? ashier of the al
named bank, ?l?? - w.-.ir thai the
alx>vestatement is true I : my
?. s '
t.. iH'fore ru
I3th ?lay of I ehraarj
.i \s \V. i'<>! i:\ S P
M \i:<H \l I. M? ? ORMIt K
- 1 r. Mi.HM \\
JOHN II SKILL
I ?i r. -
II i\ ?ng remove?!
? < '?unity. I wi'iilil Ik* >:';il l<? b
? ? ??in l.r: .
my former ??ne. I eau s
i thai they i
' and p??liteattention it let- l?r??ii mj
wisi:. im: it MtBI It
Virginia. Clarke County. Set:
IN THE CLERK'S OFPIt I
OF THE CIRCI 1 I ? Of H I .
In v:u aiion <m Feb. I6tb, I89? *
Annie Y So were, by Elwo?
her next friend,
>Vm Shackleford, Jenny Grove, Win.
Thompson, John Thompson, \N al
ter Sydnor, the heir- at law of VVil
liam Sydnor, who-?- name? and
ideiue- tir?- ?in known. .1? Im Sydnor
whose reaidence i- unknown,
lb?- lu-ii- at law of Richard Sydnor,
Wh????- name- and places of residence
are un known.
The object of this suit i?> to obtain
litioii among the deviaeea of Ann Red
inon. aad the heir- at law ol -,i?'h ?i?-\ i
?- are dead, of the real eatate
at?- I on Main Str?-ct in Rerryville, Vir?
ginia, adjoining tin--lore bouae of Jaa.
A Clipp on the ea-i and Enos Stolle on
,\i.?l affidavit lutv inLT been made that
of the >ai?l defendants Jenny Grove,
Walter Sydnor. Win Thompson ami
John Thompson are noi residents <>f the
State of Virginia, and that the namea
and place- of residence of the other de?
fendants, with the exception of William
Shackleford are nnknoa n, it i- ordere 1
that they appear here within flf teen days
i after dot publication of thlao-der, and
do what i- neceaaary to protect their ln
tereats In this -'?it.
A COpV Ti-te.
JNO M GIBSI IN, Clerk.
A. Moore, Jr., pu
( "??in un--1? i m i - Notice*.
ituissi'1,1, /?"> i )'.
Berryrille Va., Pen. ?
* ! RG.NIA, Clarke conn'
'.. 1899. )
[In the Circoil Court of Clarke Co., Va |
Kinma M Perry.Complt.
Taxewall Lovett'a Administrator. I
IN CH A Nt ERT
(Extract from decree of February
term. 1999, of the Circuit cotirl ol I laike
" I'ii?' court dot h adjudge, order ami
decree that this canae be referred to one
of tht commiaaioners In chancery <>i
tht court, whose ?buy it shall i>?':
"1st. To Lri\e notice by publication for
four successive wt-eks in the Clarke
CotJ RISK, or some other convenient
aewapaper, nf the lims and place i
tcutiaa ihis decree, which shall be
equivalent to personal service ol notice
on the parties in interest, ami each of
tad. Tosettleand adjnal the accounts
?>f (.. W. Lev!, Receiver.
8rd. T?> con vein- t he creditors of iii?'
partaership exialiac between complain
ant ami T. Lovett, dee'd., ami ascertain
the debts of said partnership.
tih. To seule ami adjust lbe partner?
ship account- between sai<l partnership.
"?th. To makt report to the conn of
bis action bereuader.*1
All partita is Intereat to the above
styled cau-e, und all creditors of the part?
nership existing between the complain
ant, above named, ami lb*- late Ta/.ew ell
Loi ei!, are her? by notified that I will
proceed to txecUtS Ih?' provision- of the
fore golag dscree st my office In Berrj
ville, Va., os Wbdnksdav, the I.Vrn
n.vy op M \i;< h. 1999, sad if, for say rea?
tos it shall not Im completed on that da v,
proceedings iberennder will be sdjourn
<-il from day t<> ?lay until completed.
JOHN V PAGE,
Commisaloner in ( ham ?
A. Moor?-, pij.
A It? ?lion.
Ni'thiiiL' bul a |o
?al reuiedv orchansTi
of climate will cure i
Gert a well know i
It i.-"quickly ni?s<?rl>
"d. GiVSa relief ii
once. <l|i?'iis an?
rli'iiiisiH the nasa
passant?. Allays influiumalion. lle..l.-.ii.?i
ptvaiecti ih?- meiuiiraiie. Reatosea the aenaea
of ta.-t?- an?l smell. Not ?K-aine. N<> Men ury.
No injurious ?Iriitf. Full size f>Uc 'Trial si/?
I ? k- . at drtlgffista or by mail
Kl.Y BROS., ?rrf> W?rr.-n St.. New York.
COLD S HEAD
THE RACKET STORE.
THE BARGAIN STORE OF BERRYVILLE & CLARKE CO.
The fflOSOa SIS never complain of Dull Times Is because we
s, II (II K A P and lOlt CASH ONLY, ami we buy M we sell.
LOOK WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU:
01 i: SHOK DEPARTMENT was never so KULX of ITPTO-DATB
PARC A I \>. We liave several lot! SO close out at about M per cent, be?
<* lmkmmy?rwt*mm& I >?*i>iii"t metal :
l-'iui! >iuc-is. GlaMM . Inv setof l>
U h i le ware ..'?Oc set
Qlass * ream Puch?is.5c
ml. W ater lVi her.10c
11 inch M? at Ibsh.10c
Imitation Cut glasss Berry Set .2/>c
I DC Sets, Kutbrdish, Spoon
holder. Cream Pitcher ami Su?
gar Povvl. 28c
Nicer and Pet ter.30c
Large Glass Lamps, complet?,
worth -Joe. at.?.ItSfl
rlMiivv*s !?<? Department!
1 qt. Tin Cups.'-i for ?c Nickle plated Ten Spoons, per
10 qt. Water Bucket. & v- I .10c
I gal. CosTesj Pots.10c Nickle plated Table Spooasn,
_-.il. Coveted Kiukets.5c per Set.1 Sc
1 gad. Calvani/.ed <bl Cans. I ."<c Ktuv? - ami Pinks. cocoa
lOslv Sheet 1 s~? ?ta Mum- Pan. ^ 12c hand tea, good quality. .'C>c
','vll Patent Covered RoSaSterS 1 ? Plain Tin Wash
with tray .85c H .-r?c
I, ?|t. Retinned I >tsh Pan .18c Larj Betioned Wash
1 pint Tin Dippers .Sc Basin. .Sc
Stal i<>ii?*r*v I>??|>iiiMiii?*iil :
Onedos, Lead Pencils....3? WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED
..\"N Pencil Tablets. 100 leaves ?.?,? DICTION EKi >?-. worth double.
1 lb. Boi Paper, 60 sheets and Memoranda Books.Se. worts. 5
."?<? Envelopes, n hargain..15c
Cm?! quality Writing Paper, l
pound, ? ?jtiires.l?3c
it?- Pencils, per do/en.5?C
Paper Novels.?*><*. worth 10c
1 Bottle Best Black Ink.3c
1 Bottle Best Mucilage.3c
Falcon Pens, per dosen .?3c
I i;i i-l?;i in-. ! Vom .VII 1 ><?|>ii i"l menl .-?:
I .-.? Sheet iron Stove I card ?? dcz. Hooks & Kyes.Ic
Pans.8c 1 Pudding Pan.3c
Large Sise S. pin with Best ?jualit) Table Oil cloth.
t'.t.r. 8c ha Id for less than
Velvet Skin Binding ...8c ,1.5 .12c
:> Pie Plat?*s. ilarm Clocks, warrant
Pur kev li<?i (land ed I u .*~
-. with liiib
<1 rani te Pudding Pans.
I.a ".< asa I ?amp Burn
?\ ! rarl i>er yd.2c
I Toilet Soap.5c
over Lift t -, ?I for..r>c
l'.t I.? .?? '. i ? W ssheri.4c
\\ hip Snaps, 2 for.lc
Tin Toilet Set?-, nicely
I < ,k.- Niii' Toilet Soap.?>? |mii ited, all col
? Ma <>i! .:><
Tacks. .1 ?
??i ?. i
I ii _?? Framed Pictures, 1 6x20,
I. Prams made of
Rubber Fine Com I - inch Oak MowUing with gilt
Pocket Combs with trimmings, worth $l.50at_
COYNER & COINER, proprietors,
m :it? it n > 11 .i .i :. > _v.
THE OLD mt&USOEL PBBT.1XIZSS HCUSE
SMITH & 1 >A KER,
FERTILIZERS FOR SALE Hi ? .11 ! ?AH OH 1*03 WMKl.V
Win Petan r??i> Grower,
\ i andel Cowiplrtci.
."Monillo? ntal Soul Ii < arolina.
.Monumental Solulile Bone,
I .um?-i'- I it.nil.-. ;inil oilier loaml
smiiii.v iiai.?i- Spei iai Wheel fowipmaaal.
< liai lesion <>nana.
BX>B NALE I_<>W.
VYe refer to all our patrona, who give resulta of this ero| bushels per s
Ml LLERA V GENTS _ ' I > \ I V Il t \ 1>'1"_>
and DEALERS IN \lli.\l.\, I IV I. l\, I V ? ?
-FOR VrVHH H WE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICES A l' "i B ELEVATOR.
SU i i M a BAKER.
E, REED & CO.
W e will buy your
WHEAT. HAY. CORN and STRAW.
AM? PAY Hi: HIGHEST CASH PRK'ES DELIVERED _T Ol R WAR HOUSE
AND ELEVATOR NEAR N. ?ft W R i: DEPOT
We will sell you.
Coal, Salt. Cement, Fertilizer. Mill Feed,
Barbed-wire. Plows, Seeds, Flour, &c.
>Vill ECxchaiifpe sKlour lV?i- \Vli<-*i,r.>
PERSONS WISHING TO EXCHANGE ARE INVITED TO GIVE IS A CALL
^A7*:_v_C_ E. REED <3c OO._
unit 11 Us
cilice and Elevator near Ih-pot.
ry i.m- ti. know v. <? have located here |??-rnianently, ami tve are ?WSSJaSIUrJ todo
All hinds of Photographic \Yorh\
OW piotures Copied an?! Enlsuvadand Bnlshed In Crayon, Paatel, India Ink or Water
Color. Fine Cabinet Photos, ami hie.size Portraits our specialty.
Family < Ironps, Viewa of Residei-oee, st..?k Mat binery, dkc, mads say where in tin
oounty on short notice, rermarsaaonablaand aatofactUon srnsurrateed. (ove me a trial
T. W. WHi'J'AKKR. Operator. tt a nTTrirrin a?
n.vlly M? rry ville. Va. VA? PHOTO. CO.
\VI II Ciclad
Having bought s set of
Steel Wagon Wheels
of the ELECTRIC WHEEL CO., of Qnincy,
III., and being an much pleauied with them
I have taken the AGENCY for selling the
reame in tin- county. I can furnish any
kind ??: Wheel tr..'ni Unit ..f n \\ 111 I I.
BARROW t.. a TRACTION ENGINE
R. II. \\ HITING,
?tin* '.' i Btigga, Va.
The linn ..i ROBY ?v MILLER havfaa
beam diaaolved, this in to ?rive n?>in?' that 1
will ?iiiitiini?' t In- luisiiu'ss at t he old Stand,
on the Kerrheval corner. Berry ville \ .i
The SHOEING OF HORNE8 and all other
kinds of IM. ACKSM ITHIKG promptly ami
wall done. I solicit from the nblicaaharc
of Its patr ii?H?jre, l>*-lit-vi iisr an i^ivesalis
faction at all times.
merlu ly JOHN MILLER
??,, \iIv?IkI^ ,lM'st<"^ ?.r groceries
> . 'j\< i "Mrunijni,,, h Haitaad hav
padded a freah stock, I am prepared t.?
oner t.. tb,- public mygwda
Greatly Reduced Prices,
?call aneclal attention to my Une ?,f s Y K
s, r,,' ..??*** Tst(hi>s Ko?Hl8, an?! I am
^ lin- them at very cluse Barnim All?>thor
u.i'rvsir ' "< r.K-k (.?.tumi ,,r.ces for
which I will ?allai and Mow coat. Give
me a trial. Reapectfully,
JAaflEH H. ELWEI L
>-|.i.,'.7if SutxeamrtoJoasa D. Hart.
KIOUT ACRES ok LAND, situated in
northern part ,,. County, ?ne mile from de
. *t.,rc ami pos?ofl.ee. Five-room dwell
Rml n.rV '?' . "ir-Vl ,m"ilt h""?*> hen-house
amilar^e,.,f,.rn: 2aerea In timber. Price
?MX?. Apply to SNYDER A CROWN.