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JOHN O. CROWM,
Vdltor and Proprietoi
WEDNESDAY, JUKE 14, 1899.
Instead of manifesting feeling? of
gratitud? to the people of this coun?
try for consenting to be taxed so
heavily for the support of war pen?
sioner?, the G. A. R. is firing off com?
plaint? at Pension Commissioner
Evan? for not enrolling more rapidly
those who are claiming the govern
ment? bounty. It is hard to satisfy
the selfishness of the G. A. 1?. organ
ization. If Congre?? were on the eve
of passing the law now in force, and
the G. A. H. member? were informed
that the bill proposed to give them
in ten year? one billion four hundred
and fifty million dollars?the annual
payment is $1-45,000,000?they would
have opened their eyes in amazement
ani exclaimed that the people could
not stand such a burthen of taxation
in addition to the other expenses of
government Yet with an annnal ex?
penditure that will foot up such an
enormous sum in ten years, the <
R. is assailing Commissioner Evans
because it? members are not receiving
more liberal treatment at his hands.
He throws some light on the man?
agement of his oflice in a letter he
has written ?Senator Hay wood, of
Neb., when be states that of the 1741
employee of his bureau 566 are ex
I'nion soldiers and of these 452 are
drawing pension;*. Holding an of?
fice and receiving a salary from the
government ought to carry with it a
waiver of pension allowance. At
least that ought to be the law'? pur?
Commissioner Evan? doubtless hit
the nail on the head when he declar?
ed that the foundation of the terrific
howl against hi? action will be found
in his refusal to allow the claim
agents to run the bureau. He has,
he saya, taken action that the claim
attorney? do not lik? and they have
organized a systematic attack upon
him. The unpatriotic and selfish
claim agents are responsible in a large
measure for the burdensome pension
law now in force. They advised the
soldier voter? to make this demand
of their representatives, and the lat?
ter lacked the moral courage to say
they were asking too much of their
It seem? to be a habit with North?
ern people to lecture the people of
the South because they do not hesi?
tate to resort to lynching for a cer?
tain crime, bnt even up in staid old
Connecticut, where the blacks are
few compared in numbers with the
whites, the white people of ?Stratford
Centre were out on Saturday evening
and Sunday hunting for a negro who
had committed an assault on Mrs.
Roberts, declaring that if they suc?
ceed in catching him they will lynch
him. The brute attacked the woman
in daylight when ?he was alone, and
and as no lynching had heretofore
taken place in that State for said
crime, it cannot be suggested with
any force of reason that a spirit of
revenge prompted this fiend's vile
deed. Brutal luat is at the bottom
of suoh crimes. Every community
has its good and peaceable citizens
belonging to the colored race, and the
behavior of those still living who
were manumitted by the results of
the war has been such as to keep up
a spirit of kindly feeling and interest
between the two races. It is the evil?
doers, whether they be white or black,
that public sentiment is aroused
against, and colored people will lift
themselves to a higher plane .when
they take a stand for punnishing those
of their race who commit crimes.
President Lou bet, of France, whose
hat was crushed by a royalist at the
races held at Auteuil on Sunday
evening, June 4th, attended the races
held at Longchamps on Sunday af?
ternoon, June 11th, but he had prep?
arations made so as not to be taken
by surprise on this latter occasion.
Troops and police were in evidence
every where, and because the Presi?
dent was recognized as the upholder
of the Republio against royalist ma?
chinations be was greeted with loud
o beers at the races, and returned to
Paris without anything unpleasant
occurring. To Americans it seems
strange that Sunday should be chosen
as race-day in France, bnt such is
the custom there.
Criticisms by Mr. Proctor, of
the civil service commission, of Pres?
ident McKinleys order removing 4,
?000 offices from the classified service
are said to hare given offense to the
?administration and may lead to Mr.
Proctor _ retirement.
Keep Quiet and use Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme?
de for all pains of the stomach and
til unnatural looseness of the bowels.
It always cores.
As was generally expected, th?
State democratic executive committee
declined to order either a primarj
?lection or the assembling of a State
convention to nominate a candidate
for U. S. Senator. The committe?
was kind enough, in the tesolution il
adopted by a vote of 3? to 11, to tell
us that it is satisfied "that there ii
not inoh a general demand from the
body of the democratic voters of thi
State for this departure from the es?
tablished usage of the party as in au y
event to justify it in making a change
so radical as the one proposed." Thii
may sound all right to people with?
out memory, but others kuow that
an initiative step of this kind was not
deemed too ?'radical" by the Roauoke
convention several years ago. Besides
the committee knew the Virginie
members of the House of Representa?
tive? a few years ago votsd unani?
mously in favor of choosing senators
by a vote of the people, and we never
heard a word of disapproval for thie
vote. It is because our senators have
wholly ignored this sentiment that
many democrats have awakened to s
demand for some other remedy. And
they'll get it We have heard men
say, who at first felt little interest in
the movement, that power has been
getting too far away from the people
aud that it was time to bring it back.
We were not much in favor of a
convention, because the delegate?
chosen in a mas? meeting are gener?
ally named by two or three men, whe
take charge of the proceedings in a
?'cut and dried" fashion and put
through the list it was theii pleasure
to select before the masses have had
time to consider what they were do?
ing. Again, when the contest be?
tween rival ?et? of delegate? waxea
warm, many of our best citizen? will
not attend because of their aversion
to running up against a broil. But
the primary has not these objections.
The voter has the opportunity to re?
flect upon what be is about to do, and
to discuss with his neighbors the is?
sue to be determined. He can leave
his home to vote with his mind made
up as to who he prefers, and if he is s
man of strong character he can inform
any one who may be disposed to
proffer him advice that he does not
Col. John Bell Bigger, the veteran
clerk of the House of Delegates and
keeper of the rolls, died in Richmond
on Wednesday afternoon last, in th?
71st year of his age. He had spent
about 40 years of bis life in the ser?
vice of bis State, and was one of the
meat competent clerks that ever serv?
ed a legislative body. He possessed
a great deal of tact *"d knew how
and when to bring calm to the surface
of turbulent-breathing political ac?
tion. His well known figure will be
missed by old members who may be
returned to legislative halls.
The slaughter of Filipinos still
continues, aud those who delight in
hunting down men are doubtless get?
ting their fill of it. Gen. Lawton
undertook at the close of last week to
"b&g" a lot of the islanders in Las
Pinas, about 9 miles from Manila,
but aa usual the Filipinos were too
active to be caught. The enemy are
reported to have had 50 killed and
350 wounded. Our loss was 4 killed
and 30 wounded. Our officers and
men are succumbing to the heat pre?
The Macasas Journal says: "If the
democratic party would drop the
money question and make the fight
against the new national policy of ex?
pansion and colonization there would
be a splendid show for success, or we
are greatly mistaken."
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you, If you used Dr.
King's New Life Pills. 'Thousands of suffer?
ers have nroved their matchless merit for
Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make
pure blood and strong nerves and build up
your health. Easy to take. Try them. On?
ly 25 cents. Money back if not cared. ?Sold
by C W. Blencoe, druggist.
James J. Jeffries, a young giant
from California, met Robert Fitzsitu?
rn?os, the champion pugilist, at Coney
Island, N. Y.f last Saturday, and af?
ter a stout contest Jeffries became the
victor in the eleventh round.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible Burn, ?Scald,
Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the
best in the world, will kill the pain and
Sromptly heal it. Cures Old Sores, Fever
ore?, Ulcers. Boils, Felons, ?Corns, all Skin
Eruptions. Beat Pile cure on earth. Only
25 eta. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by C.
W. Blencoe, druggist.
Beauty la Blood Deep.
Clean blood mean? a clean akin. No
beauty without it. Caaeareta, Candy Cathar?
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im?
purities from the body. Begin today to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets,?beauty for ten cents. All drug?
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 60c.
A ?are Thine for Yon.
A transaction in which you cannot los?is?
eure thing. Biliousness, alck headache, fur?
red tongue, fever, piles and a thousand other
ills are caused by constipation and aluggiah
liver. Cascarets ?Dandy ?Catharti?-, the won?
derful new liver stimulant and intcatioal
tonic are by all druggists guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. C. C. C. axe a sure
thing. Try a box to-day; 10c, 25c, 50c,
Sample aud booklet free. Bee our big ad.
Bishop A. W. Wilson will presids
over the next ssssioa of the Virginia
Annual Conferenos of the Methodist
Episcopal Church ?South, which con?
venes in Petersburg November 15.
Among the recent changes in na?
tional bank- is that of J. ?. McCabe,
vice president, in place of C. s. Car?
ter, and C. E. Tiffan, assistant cash?
ier, in place of O. I.. Williams, in the
Peoples National Bank of Leesburg.
General Scott Shipp has -received
many applications for appointments
as State cadets at ths Virginia Mili?
tary Institute. The board of visitors
will meet in Lexington ?iuue 21, when
the appointments will be made.
One hundred and twenty eight ap?
plications for license were before the
medical board st Richmond last week.
One is a lady and four are colored
men. It will be two weeks or more
before the successful candidates are
John Tyler, a negro, was sitting on
top of an empty whiskey barrel at
the corner of Sixth and Marshall
streets, Richmond, and dropped a
lighted match through thebnnghols.
He was blown ten feet in the air and
fell on his head in the streets. He
was not seriously hurt
The Legislature has decided to hold
a reunion in Norfolk and Old Point
this summer. Rev. Charles Stingle,
of Norfolk, former chaplain of the
Hon.se, is making the arrangmeuts.
The members will probably come on
the 22d inst The Governor and his
: staff will also attend. The psrty will
number about seventy-five or one
It is understood that the old Ex?
change Hotel Building in Richmond
will soon be put up at public auoticn
and sold to the highest bidder. An
offer of if20,000 was lately made for
it by a party who wished to convert
it into a warehouse, and it was de?
clined. The taxes and ground rent
due aggregate nearly $20,000.
( ?overnor Tyler haa issued an order
permitting the reorganization of four?
teen military companies in the State.
All these companies except one were
m the State military before the late
Spanish-American war. The
ernor does not anticipate having but
two regiment? of infantry iu the
The pastors of the various churches
in Roacoke have instituted a move?
ment looking to the reformation of
funeral practices as observed in that
city. They recommend greater econ?
omy in funeral preparations, and
among other things that men should
keep their heads covered at the grave.
They are also opposed to opening the
coffin in the churoh or cemetery.
A lady who resides near Lynch?
burg wants to act as proxy for some
life-term prisoner in the penitentiary.
She wrote to Governor Tyler that her
life had been a failure, and asks if
there is not a law which authorizes
bim to give a life prisoner his or her
liberty, providing some one is willing
to serve out the sentence. The Gov?
ernor replied that there was no such
act upon the statute books.
Farmer Calboun, of Springwood,
paid a visit to Clifton Forge last week
and telegraphed bis wife to meet him
on his return with the family car?
riage. In some way not explained,
the telegram got mixed up, and when
Mr. Calhonn stepped from the train
his wife was in mourning habiliments,
and a full set of pallbearers awaited
him. He and they were much sur?
prised when he stepped among them.
Erervl'ody Says So.
Cas?3arets Cande Cnthrirtic, the most won?
derful medical d of th?- ajre. pioas
ant and refreshing to the taste, act gently
and positively on kidneys, liver and boivcls,
cleansing the entire system, dis?h I colds,
cure headache, fever, habitual constipation
and biliousness. Please buy and try a box
of C. C. C. to-day ; Id. ir?. r,o com?;. Hold and
guaranteed to cure by all druggists.
Bishop John F. Hurst, of the M.
?. Church, resident iu Washington,
and his wife, who have been in Eu?
rope for a year, have agreed to sepa?
rate. The Bishop has redeeded to
her valuable property in Washington
valued at a hundred thousand or
more dollars which she hadpnrchas
and transferred to him.?H.r income
was about $60,000 a year. The sep?
aration is the result of disagreement
about money matters. Bishop Hurst
is one of the most distinguished men
of his church, and chancellor of the
American University at Washington.
Bad management keeps more peo?
ple in poor circumstances than any
other one cause. To be successful
one must look ahead and plan ahead
so that when a favorable opportunity
presents itself be is ready to take ad?
vantage of it A little forethought
will also save much expense and val?
uable time. A prudent and oareful
man will keep a bottle of Chamber?
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy in his house, the shiftless fel?
low will wait until necessity compels
it and then ruin his best horse going
for a doctor and have a big doctor
bill to pay, besides; one pays out 25
cents, the other is out a hundred dol?
lars and then wonders why his neigh
bor is getting richer while he is get?
ting poorer. For sale by W. Rich?
Mr. P. Ketch urn of Pike city, Cal?
says: "during my brother's late sick?
ness from sciatic rheumatism, Cham?
berlain's Pain Balm was the only
remedy that gave him any relief."
Many others have testified to the
prompt relisf from pain whiob this
liniment affords. For sals by W.
To Coro Constipation ror?v?r.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. lOcortto.
If C C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money.
What Mokb l)o You Aaa??Oo
receipt of ten coots, ca?h or stamps,
a generous sample will b? mailed of
th? most popular Catarrh and Hay
F?var Cure (Kly'? Cream Balm) suf?
ficient to demon?tr*,:e its great mert.
Fall sise 50 cents.
Kly Bbos., 56 Warren St, N. Y.
Since 1861 I have been a great suf?
ferer from catarrh. 1 tried Kly s
Cream Balm and to all appearance?
am cured. Terrible head?che? from
whioh I bad long suffered are gone.
?W. J. Hitchcock, late Major I
Vol. and A. K. Gen., Buffalo, N. Y.
Tvto Millions ra Vesr.
When people buyt try, and buy again, it
means they're satisfied. The people of the
United States are now bta**f?BS (.'ascareU
Candy Cathartic at the rate", f two tiiilliou
boxes a yetar and it will be three million l?e
fbr? New Y?T??aur'a. It means merit i.rovcd.
that Caacareta are the m<>-?* : ??owel
regulator for everybody the V*esr ro-.nul. All
?iruggiats 10c, 23c, 50c n'l
Clarke Co. I^?riii
I wish to sell my ' M??untaiu View Farm,"
formerly the residence of Hishop Meade. It
h? about two miles oa.?t <>f White Po? eta?
s' .*? W. R. R., and contains ?MO acres
first (?uality Limest?>nt? Land.
TERMS.?One-third cash. Ten years
credit will be given ? m th?* other tw?vthirds,
the purchaser having the privilege of mak?
ing payments at any tini?* in sums of MM
junM 3m Frederi?-k County. Virginia.
Public School Teachers.
Summer Normal Schools will be held
AT ROANOKK. i.S,-hool of Methods?.
June 26th to July 22nd; Manager, J.
Luther Sliappt?, Hoanoke. Va.
AT FRXDERICK8BUKG, June leas, to
July22u?l; Manager, B. IV Willis.
Kr?-.:? ;irks!iur?r. Va.
AT PTJLASaU, June2(?th to July
Kaaager, O. K. .Ionian. Pttlaski. Va
FOB COIiOaBO TK\( HEB?:
AT PE'I KliSlUHi;. June 12th to July
7th; Manner. .1 H Johnstou, Pe?
te nburg, Y:i
AT HAMPTON, July 3th to Juh
Manager, A. W WaabiagtOB, Hamp?
A certificate of attendnnee from the
cotnluctors of either of :
will entitle the holder to renewal (with?
out re-examination ) of certificate for one
year. 1 earnestly ur. rs to st
junl4 laty Superintendent.
Builders & Contract?
Proposals for tin- t-onstruotion of a
new Brick Church at White Post, Clarke
county. Va , will I -.1 until June
21st. Plans and specifications may be
seen any morning by applying at White
Address all communication? to
Kkv. FRED. A QAIN1
White Post, Vs.
AGBNT8-Males or Females?to in?
troduce and sell several goo?i-sellinp up
to-date BOOKS, Big Pay?can easily
make from 2 to 3 ?lollara a day.
Address. l Agt..
mav24 4t Hagerstown. M?l
No Prettier or Cheaper Fur
We have BEDRo 3 or All ?.rades,
See the SWELL EKoNTS? The- ar
Newest Things on the Market
\D8 of All Kinds, both Wood and
BKDSPRIN08, All Grades, at from 11.75 top
MATl 8, at from $1.75 up.
WARi'KiiRES and EXTENSION
a RS. TABLES,
DROP LEAF and < ENTER TABU
CHAIRS OP ALL. KINDS,
(A Carl??ad of them.)
?LOUNGES AND BED SPRlNt.S.?
CRIBS A CRADI.
And ICE t'HESTS,
WIRE IK.H1RS aiul
?In facrt Everything usually Kept in a?
First-Cla&s Furniture Store.
OTO STOCK IS COMPLETE;
OTO PRICES THE LOWEST.
We Buy for Cash; We ?Sell for Cash;
Underbuy and Undersell is our Motto
J. R. RUSSELL, Manager,
Church Street?2 Doors south of Bank.
IMfiY & FEED STABLES
F. N. CASTLEMAN, Proprietor,
I intend giving these Stables my personal
attention and hope to merit a share of the
public patronage. jun7 la.
Having a<3oepted the agency for the coun?
ty of Clarke for that well known and relia?
ble home company. THE MUTUAL FIRE
INSURANCE CO. OF LOI Do IN, I will
be pleased to serve any derioua of securing
insurance. Any communication addressed
to Briggs P. O., or Berry ville, will receive
prompt attention. Rea*?pectfuliy,
may31 3m I. K. BRIGGS, Agt.
The firm of ROBY <fe MILLER having
?een dissolved, this ia to give notice that!
wili continue the business at the old stand,
m the Kerchevai corner. Berry ville, Va.
rheSHOEIN?r OF HOrt?ES and? all other
cinds of BL ACK8MITHING promptly and
veil done. I solicit from the ublic s share
>f its patronage, believing an give satis
action at all rimes.
msrlO ly JOHN MILLER.
k V M.r.viiLB?
The mitlersiKned tnartec. and ?P*?^_?*?*
mi-siorters iu ??-hs-sdlem"?* ^ a?** ? ?** bl
virtu? ?.fa deorss of Ik?
Clarke Count v. Va pronour
^of Bak.r va. C. A
FBadand others, and same ? uniiflb abatas.
Sprint and oth-nt at tin
It?*??* will offer at public sale to the higiiest
bidder in front of the tv.urt bouse door m
BStiyvi?le. V?.. ?'il
Saturday, May 27th, 1899,
the following valuable properties (Said
properties win be offered separately. )
1 ?That certain valuable TRACT OF
LAND, containing about
more or lees, belonging I *_ *'>'!?>
near the town larks Co.. > a
This proi?crtv is in a high state ol cultiva
tion ana is improved by s y??ung Orchard,
ami is verv desirable on a?"c??unt of its prox
Imity to the public highway and to the de
\ v ay 1; 1;
2?The HOUSE and IX>T belonging
to said For?l in the t??wn ?>f K?>yee. -"""?-d
house is a (omfortablc
ami has all modern impr??venients with
IH.?stoffliv and stores neat
the ?luv of sale, and the nesidBe in I w?? espial
are to be rci ?resented by th? D**1'? J0/ *?_|
purchaser. Iiearing date OB the day of we
and maturing in one ?in?! t w?i y ears resptvt -
iv?-!v. with interest fn?m the ?late ?-I IBM Off
said' land, to l?e secunti by ?leetl? of trust on
the 1 hi
ROY STEPHKNSON. Spl. <'omr.
"?TRAD K0WN81 I snr.
Circuit Court of Clarke < -
I John ! 1, ?lerk of circuit ii.urt
irke county, Va., certify that the ?M?n?I
retiuinsl by a decree entered in the chain cry
causes of ! 'A F??r.l and
other- ii-plaint i lis v? .1.
and other?? at ?i
BUsckbarn Smith, triiatee,
The above sale is postponed till WBD"
m BOAT, .um: BQtes, ikoo. at which
time it will Ih? ma?Ie at the time, place, and
upon the tenus as above set out.
m im. Trustee.
-r-OF A VALI ABLE?
Inder anil by virtu- ?>f a certain
of trust from < intr and wife to
tin- undersigned irus corded at
page eed book X in the oft*.
the clerk of the ? ounly court of Clarke
county, the saitl trust?es will offer at
P'iblic sale, to the b idder, in
front of the eSBTthOBSS in B?-rry ville.
Thursday, June 15th, 1899,
THAT ( KKTAIN
in said town of Berry ville, described ??
folio* nning at a stake. N VY.
of Treadwell street an?! Harry
Jefferson'a lot, and running with weslera
line of said Jefferson's lot, 191 feet, to a
stake corner of Baptist parsonage and
said Jefferson's lot, thence with line of
said parsonage lot. 12i* feet, to a stake
corner of Thompson A- Ogden'a lot,
thence with eastern line of said lot, 171
feet, to a stake corner of said lot and
.well sUrest, thence with line of saiil
it to beginni:.
KMS?Said lot will he sold for
enough cash down on day of sale to pay
the dl BSd by sait! trust to the
Monumental Saving? ami Loan Associa?
tion of Baltimore. Mtl.. and as to hal?
an, e, if any there be, upon such terms as
to said trustees may seem I
BLACK Hi KN SMITH, Tru?
K. .T. BOND. Trustee,
may 17 5t
By virtue of S dee?! of trust, ex?
\V. \\ H th day ?
cemher. I?*4. andii|s>ii the raqoC-l of the
cs therein, the und trus?
tees will offer foi-sale at public auction in
front of th?-courthouse in Berry ville, Vs., on
Saturday, July 8th, 1899,
at 12 o'clock M., the following
Bas mare. "Nelly Alpine'. ag??l four
years; Bav mare, sired by Alcalde,
years old: Bay mar??. "Signet Uirl." with
<"olt by her si.i. -Ilion.
"John Edwards." 6 year*? old, registered and
standard bred, duplicate will be shown <>n
the day of sale, John Edwards is by :
wood, record 2 1!: dam l~uly Motion b"j
tion, by Daniel I-anibert
At the same time and place we will ?.tier
the following real eel
-A. X_ O T
situat-.Hl in rear of the P. .stotlice Building,
abutting on the Alley extending from l 'hurch
St. to Buck Marsh St, m Berryrvilfo. imj.r.v
etl by a STABLE in gotKl condition, con?
taining ace??mm??didions for twelve h
horses, including seven box stalls.
TERMS OF SALE?As t?. the Horses, on
a credit of twelve months, t he p.ir. has? r? t..
execute negotiable notes, Iiearing infe
from dav of sale, with approved endorsers.
The reaf eatate will be tsohl <>n terms of ??ne
third iti cash, the balance in two equal an?
nual payments. evidenced by the bon
the purchaser, bearing interest from day of
sale, an?! secured by deed of trust on the
I BAfl If. BBOTTV. Trust
YizT Fiz! FizT
That's the way the
Soda Water sings
which comes from
that NEW FOUN?
TAIN that Mrs. C, R.
Jones starts this week
Come up and try one; if you
den't like it, don't pay for it.
LUNCHEON served at all
hours. Root Beer, Vi tamal t
and other refreshing drinks
always on ice. Call.
Valuable Mill Property
Situated on Norfolk an?! Western Railroad
at Berry ville, Clarke county, Va., in the fin?
est wheat growing .teetion of the lower
Shenandoah Vf lley of Virginia. Capacity,
76 Bbls. of Flour per day, and in first-class
condition. All the wheat required for the
manufacture of Flour or for shipment on
speculation delivered at the mill door from
the surrounding country.
Death of the owner necessitates its sale,
und rarely does such an opportunity present
f??r investment in good milling pr
Apply to SNYDEU A CROWN.
june7 Heal Estate Agents.
THE RACKET STORE.
NEWS - OF ? IMPORTANCE
Concerning Articles you need every day
in your Kitchen and Household. We
bought early of Tinware and other Sta?
ple Goods that the trusts have advanoed
prices on and are now able to sell at pri?
ces that oth?rs cannot approach. We ex?
pect to close out most of the articles
named below in a few days and there
will be no more at these prices:
3 piece Toilet ?Sets, paiuted ioaide i'otts' sad iron handles, oacb. .i0
aod out, all pretty color?, ?et... 93c Nick le-plated tack hammers. 5c
10 qt, galvaoi/.txl Iron Bucket at..13c
1*4 ??t. granite Dish Pans, each ..25c ' Cast hatchet?.10c
Larger ' " " at.30, 35, 40 Oil stove kettles, galvanized iron,
and 45 cts. each. K'c
Funnels, 1 pt and 1 qt, each w*tard bowls, each. .. 4c
Tin Dipper?, 1 pint, each. ! he Globe Metal Polish. 10c
Pot covers.. . The Meal Wash Hoards, each...
Large kitchen spoons.. Vire coffee pot stands. 4c
Kitchen ?Sets, consisting of fork, >od rolling pins, loose haudles.. 5c
cake turner, spoon. 1<M Dish mop?, each 3c
Ice picks, iron handle?, each. 5c ; Best sewing machine oil. 3c
Lemou squeezers, glas?, " . 5c Bicvcle wrenches. 5c
Same, galvanized iron. Sc Crystal glass Tumblers, imitation
Child's brooms, each . 5c j etched set.12c
Steak Pounders. !'?lown etched thin tumblers, at f*0c
Nutmeg graters.. lc per dozen; worth 00c.
Tea strainers.... Window shades, all complete on
2 cakes best laundry soap. spring rollers, each.10c
Large Hockinghani pie plate? at. 5c Nickei Alarm Clock?, warranted
Biscuit cr.tters. one year, will run and keep
Blacking Bushes, each.S ? 10c good" ti me for five, each.80c
Cocoannt graters, large, best made.5c G piece decorated toilet sets, dec
li] inch dust pan, rivetted handler orated inside and out, worth
(?ranite wa?h basins, each.10c Ma, at...
We are selling more Shoes and Oxfords
this summer than evei. The reason is
plain?we give more for the money than
others who want a big profit on every?
thing they sell. Think of it?
A genuine crome tanned don-o?s SHOK, al Brost like Vici Kid, with
solid leather inner and outer soles aud leather counter?, others
sell them at 1.50 aod 1.65, but we make a big bargain of it
and let them go at
hocola'e Vici Shoes ;.$t.00
COYNER & COINER, proprietors,
SMITH & BAKER
FOR Corn, ?fit*, Polaiocw ?Ac (?nnloin?,:
Rivertoii Lime & Round Top Cement,
Seed Oats, Sapling Clover, Clover & Timothy Seeds
100,000 LBS. WOOL WANTED
I WllliH WE PAY UK?HI-I CA.Mi PR? :
Sole Agents for Celebi ated Focahontas Smokeless Coal
ANTHRACITE and LUMP COAL,
N"'* '; ~: ' **'> l'rk-es i>aitl at our Ku?vat?.r f?.r Wiisav. 0(1??, 8rnas ?ft Oath.
WM. e. iu:i:i> & co.
_Binder Twine !____________________________
JUST RECEIVED A C&BLO/LD OF BEEIUNU MACHINERY ?ISO A ? AKI.OA1
PEERING BINDER TWINE CAI.I, TO SI I : IRE YOI' HI
UK I AN BBIi TOO Ai PRICES WliHIN YO
SSauv. FLOUR, F?15&CEMENT 832??
Wl LRI IN POSITION It) MAKE BIGHT I'RIt'Etf.
Will Exchange I^loni- for Wheat.
g^uB Wheat, Corn^ H?^& Straw tfJ?? \
We want 100,000 LbsTof Wool this Season.
IT WILL PAY yol T0 8XE is is.:, i.l.isc
m Y YOUR PLOW REPAIRS I ??K OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS FROIM I>
W K I AN SAVE N<?! MoN:
E_r? \LT. BAi: SKKliS. Kit', ALWAYS ?)N HAND
^7*J\t_C. E. JR_B*BX> Sc OO.,
Office and Elevator near Depot. BEI.KY VI LLK, VA.
may 11 98
lroquois Bicycles Sjg.75
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o,rt f" *m?* ?f Photographic Work.
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