Devoted to 1 e \gricultural, Commercial and manufacturing Interests of Fredericksbunc and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
?m: ii_M. /.; ? Fredericksburg Va Thursday April 13. 189?). Price3cent
? Bal Caries !
Decorated Tea Sets
56 pieces, colors slightly mismitched, for $2.50.
New Matting in.
Golden Oak Suits in our
Double Furniture Stores.
E. C. N1NDE,
And ai- unsurpassed by any stock
ever shown in Frcdericksburg.
Everything New and Novel,
HoTH WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
J. T. Lowery & Co.
Cheapest Dry Goods and Notion lions?- in Virginia.
Me Saved Her Life
in a runaway by tin- tleetness
nt' his bicycle an<l they have
3sJ now concluded to travel
through life together on wheels
Any who conclude todo the
sano* tiling can find the very
choicest high grade and hand
some stock in our display
We also bare all kinds of
Adams' Book Store,
Ju?t received a large lot of
Blinds, Cypress Shingles
N. C. Flooring and
which I sell cheaper than any one else
in the city.
Call and get my prie?? before buying
llConniiM Street and National Boulevard
GEORGE FREEMAN. JK
WIST B* D,
JPO IgSbels of eora wantwfl. Highest
INI) DBA1BR IN
Uents' Furnishlr-i: ?foods
;?ly 8'ockis now complete In every d?par?
aient, cousistiiiK of the latest styles and beet
fabric? from rrench, English, Scotch and
A.?eh<?an _a?mfactures, selected with tht
Krealest ??are with the view to supply the
-rants and taste of every customer Every
Bottom '-Ticos ard Satisfaction
Also full line ol tiente Furnishing Good?
tach as Dress Shirts, Nightshirt?, Drawers,
; Collar?. Cuffs, tilovee, Buspenders, Scarfs.
1 Ties, Silk ami Linen Handkerchiefs. Hail
Hoee, Scarf Pins Cuff and Collar Buttons.
Watch Chains and Charms, Silk, Alpe? and
timgham Umbrellas, Ac.
mW* 0*11 and examine oar stoer
JOHN F. SCOTT
-? DIA.LI1 *? ?
Hardware and Hardware Specialties,
One door below Ohau. Wallaos * Bro.
-ru uni n
Barb Win, Ouns, Pistols, Baaori, _nlvI
?to., will be sold at reduced prices to suit th"
the times. Money ou be saved by MtrahM
dg at SCOTT'S lard war. itors.
Vl'?iat does vour nvrrorsay?
Does it tell you of some little
?treaks of gray? Are you
. .1? Do your friends of
?he *ame age show this loss
of power also?
Just remember that gray
hair never becomes darker
Ivithout help, while dark hair
rapidly become? grav whOfl
once the change begins.
??ill bring back to your hakr
the color of youth, it never
fails. It is just as sure as
that heat melts snow, or that
?ater quenches fire.
It cleanses the scalp also
and prevents the formation of
dandruff. It feeds and nour?
ishes the bu!?*s of the hair
making them produce a luxu?
riant growth. It stops the
hair from fallins, o-itandgivea
a fine soft finish to the hair
W?li\?ili nit on la* H?'r and
Scalp a? >-l. ?.'u u.ay ohtaiii in??
Opuu recj ?- ,i
If rou da not ?.-.tain all tli? lx?naflta
yon eii^> I? h ib th? u.e of ?no
Vigor, wr.tr Hie 1> -.lor about It
A .r?. til'.. J C. ATKR
FROM THIS I Will BEGIN 1" BELL
Winter Stock of H Winery
[ have left on hftud at cost, to
make room for
Felt hatp, fancy feathers, ostrich
feathers, children's caps and bonnets
in?! naaoy other things at cost prices.
MRS. H. E. TOHPKINS
816 B Street.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
CARRIAGE*. BCUREYB, BU'HJIKB
CeXC9KII AM? SPIKDf I WAMM.
Platform 8i>ring Wagons.
Buiine?? and Pleaaur? Wagon? of ?vary
ileacription 8p*"*le?l attention givon tc re
pa'nnr ?n<l rape'ritln?
Has Moved His Tonsorlal Parlor
Mr. Cha?es Lawton ha?moved bis Tonsorlal
Parlor from upper Commero?) street to the
otBoe Utely oeeupied by tho Free Lame,
where lie Im>repsrvl to ?10 all work ?ueh a?
Bhavln,', Hair Cutting, ?hampoolng and H-tf
Dressing in the most artistic manner, ll
?hop Is large ami commodious, alwsyseoo
even in thin mutt oppressive weather. Neat
ne?? arel th?- latest style of work win lie ?m?.
or tbeeh.of resturooof this establish me it
g-'ve ?n? a -.al'
"?in?? ? / woe?!
W. S. EMBREY.
.Sncoeiwor to Krabrsy A Berry man.)
?eaier In RAILFOAU CR088 TIES, OS
DAR FOBTB, 8POKK8 AND HOOPS
Keep? constantly on hand a lain supp ?
of Baled Hav and Mill Feed. B?*OiHo?o??
Railrnai* Hot-n?. K'eH.Helrahnrii V?
DONT FORQET THAT
When you want an easy Shave.
As good as a Barber ever ajave.
Just call on me at my Saloon.
At mrtTD and eve or busy noon,
I comb and dress the hair w lth vra ,.
To suit the oountonance of your i a? ?
My room is neat, my towels clean.
Scissors sharp and raiors keen ;
And all that art and skill can 1o
I f you will oall I'll do for yo:'..
'(?.tors put In ordfir at short notice.
V I* H' ??". W?
HENRY DANNEHL. r^?o*?.)
Kuropean and American plan. Hteam, Gas
Electricity. Comfortable Rooms. I? untlfu)
Tabl Oood Kestaurant. Reaeonai ?j rates
A well supplied BAR and RETAIL LIQCOH
BBTABLI8HMBNT In connection. " t'osas
til ri? that a? ??W%??i~v. tr?virv o? /)?-#."
John O. Hurkamp 60.
QEO. J. FLETCHER,
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
Plans, Specifications. Elevations. Detalla.
Work of all kinds in the building line.
?5_?_M_ _HB_I?-.TOP*rrrl,*on oi ??"
Dewey on Politics.
IF HE LIVED IN THE SOUTH HI
WOULD PROBABLY Bt A
It a Eiff?*ri*Bt. in Vermriii
Admiral I'ewcy li?- i the
Manila OOaTt?JgpOBd?Pl Of I??-;.- - W'"k"
ly an interview regawdiog the tafites ti m
that th.? Admirai !?? mad? ? candidat?
f >r the p*??n<len('y next ?/?Mil II
M t i hi* politics :
" 1 am a sailor A Mil ?? h M n |
Met, The administration im bta party
ami, republican or democTAt, il make*
?'Then again, 1 eooM from Verm nt,
nnrt yon know what that means To I??*
anything hut a rci ablioan In ?7 ?rm ?i t
is t ? Im? a man without a party
?'Mv Hti/ lieutenant ooraea f> ?b (lent
ft*, He t?'iN ni" tbal to be anything
bat a democrat in the South hi t.. I?
nob? dy. If I lived Booth I \\
ably lie a democrat. "
' 'Have you ever rotod ' lha
"Yes, years ago," wan the reply,
"hut my vote was usually
by personal preferetu? or local ?? ? 11? t ? -
tions. I am not a politician, have
never held political offloe. and urn I
ttlly Ignorant of political in tiicacies
and atliliations "
The Admiral said that nul bj
tion, disposition,education or training
w??i !]?? capacitated to till th? preti
He stated that he was too well alunir in
lift? to consider such a poMibilitJ*. Ili
liealtli would iit>t admit K
All his life?, wirk be Mid, liad been
in different liues of effort, and while
th? kindness and Mlthaaiaaiii of In-?
friends wire grateful to bin ABd the
generous tributes of the Am
pie were dear, he could not and ?
not I?* a candidate fol Ho?
of the l nlted States und?r any B indi"
The tie >rgia flag lieutenant to whom
Admiral Dewev refer? in his interview
is Thomas M. Bramby.of the Olympia,
who baa distinguished himself i>y hi"
s-rvic- at Manila
reafnen Canot be Cursi
I application x. a.?, the v cannot reach
the diseased portion Of the ear. There is
Onlj oie way to cure detfneav anil mat is
by OOMtitational remed'es. Deafn-ii -
caused by an m?iamed roniht'on
miii'ous lining of the SllStatlllisn
Wnen thij tobe gets Inflamed you ha7e a
rumbling sou i<l or imperfect hearing, and
' is entirely ?loee<i ileafnt**.* i? the re
suit, and unies*? the Inflammation can i>e
taken out and this tube rtoied to ita nur
mal condition, bearing will be destroyed
forever, nine ca*?es ont of ten are caUM-.l by
catarrh, -a hi ?b is nothing bat sn inflamed
condition of the mucous surfa ?
*?Ve will give <*ne Hundred Ho: ??
any case of Deaf ne y catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Haiti ' atarrh
Cure. Wend for circulars, free
F. J. CHENEY A CO. Toledo, ??
Sild by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's" Fare-ay WH* are ?he best.
Th? DaingsrHeld Will
Perhaps no case ever tried in Alex?
andria has elicited more interest than
the recent oontest over the will of Mrs.
Kliza H Daingerf?eld, the history of
whioh is briefly as follows :
Mr. Henry Daingerf?eld, a wealthy
shipping merchant of Alexandria,
married in the city of Baltimore, abont
fifty years ago, Miss Eliza R. Johnson,
a daughter of Hon. Reverdy Johnson,
the distinguished Maryland lawyer und
The Baltimore bride and th? Alex?
andria merchant, after their wedding
tour, resided in the handsome mansion,
probably the finest in Alexandria at
the corner of Colatnbus and Prince
streets. There two boys were born to
them, Henry and Reverdy. Henry
married Miss Virginia Key and Keverdy
married Miss Ettie Nicholson, both of
distinguished Maryland faun In-- The
father, Henry Daingerf?eld, died in
I8fl7. The two sons died in a short
time of each other a few year? ag??>, and
Mrs. Eliza R. Daingerf?eld, their
mother, followed them in 1*<!?8. The
widows, Mrs. Kttie Daingerfiold and
Mrs. Virginia Daingerfield, were both
left with children.
Mrs. Eliza Daingertlehl in her will,
made December 28, 1807 while making
devises to all of her children and grand?
children, devised tho greater portion of
her estate to Mrs. Kflie Daingerfield,
the widow, and the children of Reverdy
Daingerfield, her younger son, assign?
ing as a reason that the others had boen
provided for by their father.
This disposition did not prove satis?
factory to Mrs. Virginia Daingerfield,
widow of Henry, and she brought suit
several months ago, to contest the will.
There was a hung jury, it standing
six to six The case will be tried over
''A word to the wise is sutlicient"
and a word from the wise should be
sufficient, but you ask, who are the
wise? Those who know. The oft re?
peated experience of trustworthy per?
sons may be taken for knowledge. Mr.
W. M. Terry says Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy gives better satisfaction
than any other in the market. He has
been in the drug business at Elkton,
Ky, for twelve years; bas sold hun?
dreds of bottles of this remedy and
nearly all other oough medicines man?
ufactured, which shows conclusively
that Chamberlain's Is the most satis?
factory to the people, and is the best,
for sale by M. M. Lewis, Druggist.
ot Mr? DaVtS Brougti
eiario fjr Inter in-oit in SUftord An
ttiei.d Faui'lv Dull Circuit Cimii ? sti
u?ore? lor Voters Cord W- od Billig
i Priesa ?vc tic . &c
?f The Fres Lance
Stall mi 'un il ms?, V?
April llth, I*.
Mm \ u Martin lofl yesterday
Washington, I) 0., to atteint the O
f i hs M E ' Ihorefa Boni
After the conference adjourns Mr a
Mr- M.irtm will spend some time r
itnitf at then- old home In M - >n t??-. ms
The re?talos of Mr*. Nettie Davis i
rive i at Mn , \j fr m i loi
i .?i Internieoi A siogal ?i fati
itv soerai lo have attend?*! within t
list t"ii yean th? family ?f Mr All
.1 June?, who was a well-known oil
/?mi uf ? \ ?Tiret Mr .) m
diksd, then bis s .u Vivian, a youi
man i f much pr? o>is.>, then the moth?
??lei she wilt shortly followed by Mr
Bit ki rs, daughter, then Wh
ner, soother son, and now Mm Davt
daughter Tie ssd to think of?the
v-onng people belog oui down in the
jrouth, : riving are \l.---i
l >? i md Hr die Jones, of Brooki
Mm Philip Payne, o? the asme nelgl
Mrs I' r > ?V i nk 1er. M
Frank .1 mea, i
VYiliningl n, Del
Deep - ulness w.?< rttsplaye 1 op iu t!
faces -.i the members i f th" bar pretsei
??t the April term of the Circuit C ?a
the i.rh instl IS ?infrie C iDffli
i I ' led, and bol fivechaneei
? utereil, none of which were ?
miv un; jjrtan i be Isa ri ? -
to be trj .? ? ? " what the
re for, " and ii.it being ah?? i
sed t" ?In
day of M iv. when Jndge Mason wi
N ur correspondent h;?s henni
many things being offered foe
but .? wsgon had of straw offered, t
be is inform?-.I, for the suffrage of a
American citisen f Afn i ?n i en
m the straw which shows the way th
wind is 11? >*? iiig
Mr Tborntoo Cooper, r?f Toluc?v pal
th? i lour! House s ^.?tunlay o
i lord m d demsnd ut tin
tune from tj2.H0 lo $:? p?'r OOTd dsllvOI
f?l Two years ago this wood only sol
for $1.36 t" $1.80, and was dull at that
? me of our well-known merchant? Il
? settlement with -'in- of his customers
? young genfliMuub of the county, ws
reqseated t" call ?ft the iteras of hi
i amenoed i>v oslling
"Olgars, !" cents; fancy smokes. |l
cents, cigars, lo cents; fancy smokes
10 cents " when i ur young friend em
phatically, In n t i.ver-pious language
repudiated the fancy smokes, and wa
informed that they were cigarettes
The calling was resumed "Fane;
smotkss, l?> cents, animals, 10 cents,'
repudiation of the animals at once fol
lowed, for he was certain he had no
purchased any goats or elephants, bu
was informed that "animals" mean
"little cakes baked in the shape of ani
mais. " When this statement wan madi
?inietness reigned on Aijuia Creek s<
profound that Hope Creek reached ovei
the bridge and asked Doctors' Poia
the time 'o day
Mr. .1. W. Hunes i? convalesrinf
from his fall
The repair force of the Postal Tele
graph Company reached here Saturday
Your correspondent thinks they are put
ting the line in good condition.
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, an
just what a horse needs when in ba?
condition. Tunic, blood purifier anc
vermifuge. They are not food bul
medicine and the best in use to put f
horse in prime condition. Price ??
cents per package. For sale by M M
A Birmingham club or society com?
posed of ladies and gentlemen has ex
tended an invitation to Booker T
Washington to deliver an address tie
fore it We presume that such a thinfj
never happ?-ned in the South before.
Why should It happen now! The ex
planaMon lies on the surface. Here if
a negro who has character allied to e
remarkable intellect. His character haf
kept him from misdireoting his intel
1er!, and his intellect has led him tt
f irniulate and carry out on a larg<>
scale a design which has for its purpose
not only the uplifting of his own race,
but the betterment of society at large.
His purposes and plans are not at war
with any interest, but belong to those
largo and hopeful schemes intended tc
regenerate and improve thehnman race
without regard to oolor or previous
Such a man as Booker Washington
is always sure of a respectful and sym
pathetic bearing from all Intelligent
men and women This is because he
not only has something to say, but
something to do, and in his success
the white people of the South have the
keenest interest, for the suocess or fail?
ure of his fax-reaching purpose will
determine the future relations of the
races ?Atlanta Constitution.
I was reading an advertisement of
Chamberlain's Oolit, Cholera and Di?
arrhoea Remedy in the Worchester En?
terprise recently, which leads me to
write this. I can truthfully say I
never used any remedy equal to it for
colic and diarrhoea. I have never had
to use more than one or two doses to
cure the wont case with myself or
children.?W. A. Stroud, Popomoke
City, Md. For sale by M. M. Lewis,
J-.iiii.ir Order M?cliari'S I burr h Er.
Irrtaiimril Iijura.l Ev a rY.1
:rh?T Nates of Inleroit
i < ?orreepondenoe of The Fn a I .am e
i >?k On re, V.i . April nth, '90,
J uoi i < h !?r i : American M ?
nhanios met in their new hall lier?- last
iy night for the llr-r time since it,
completion, and if was with no liltl?
pride and gratification that this mee?.
log waa held. The room i? ti liahed
off with ? nice *uge, with di
room? adjoining, and in every way Is
adapted to eatertainments and public
gatherings It Is quite in ornament to
our rillage, which is, we think, on? i f
the m?t sttra tire plaoaain the N irth.
ern Neck From th? It ig-Mtalt OU the
top of the ball building ? lar?? i s
(lag wares, which was presented by
Mr. James Q Stiff, a member of the
On Tuesday, Ith inst , th? ladies ot
the BpitOOpalChurch gave a very pleas?
ant entertainment in the hall, when
many fancy article*- ami u-ef ?1 presents
- ild for th? benefit of the church.
Many of these articles were made by
the tiny ixiys and girl* of the church,
who have he?n v?-ry diligent in pi?pir
mi* for the ocoasioa A nice sum ?i?
<'ipt Warren Reed, of this b wn.was
v.-ry ill last week, but we are glad to
report that lie is vry moot) l?-tt?r at
this time |)r Washington was untir
log in hi* attention t i him
Mrs Harry Ocotes Isenjoyii ga ?isll
from h?r sister, Mrs. M ?rks.
Mr? Leonard Gutrtdge moved into
til? lower port of our hall April ... and
Mr Wm. Baxter has rented Mi
ridge's home, ai lince Mrs ?;
illness the is enable to attend to many
Mr Joseph Baiter's little sou, who
has been so long ill with typhoid fever,
is almoet w?'ll,aaare the other members
f the family who have heen sick They
have Inft their fortn?r unhealthy home
f ir our attractive town, where we hope
they will hare perfect health
Mr Willie Tayl ?'s htalth has much
improved,aud he is looking .|Uife well
I out his business ban to
Mr Win Bailor, and II contemplating
going to the southern part of California
in the fall to more thoroughly establish
Mr (feorge Taylor has returned from
Newport News, where he has been in
baslueas, and will resume his saw mill
After months of sickness Mrs. Willie
Wirt resumed her school here this week
and every one is glad to know she is
able to be out as usual again.
Misses Bessie and Fannie Washing?
ton, the bright and attractive daughters
of Boo. R J. Washington, returned
last week from a delightful visit to
Dr. John P. Stift spent Kastei here
with his father and sister. He is look?
ing unusually well, and was, as ever,in
Mr J Q Stiff and Mr. Hibbs ar?
rived here Thursday from a trip down
the Neck, just behind a cyoloue.
Little Miss Alice Hnngerford's birth?
day party, which was to have taken
place on -'.1st of March, had to be p if
poned ou acoount of chicken pox.
Miss Charlotte Taylor, daughter of
Mr. "Bunnie " Taylor, and Mis? Sadie
Washington, daughter of Mr. Lawrence
Washington, have been spending the
past week in Washington as guests of
Miss Lillian Brock. Mrs "Bunnie"
Taylor and Miss Elsie Washington are
also visiting friends at the national
Miss E'ta Wilson, of Wakefield, has
i-ui*e recovered from her late indispo?
sition, and is out as usual.looking very
Various are the traveling men of late
who have honored our village with a
call. Among them are Messrs. Clay?
ton, Snead, (iritiifh, Atwell, Newton,
Hibbs, Stitr, Blackwell, Dorson, Oar
land and Murphy. The brother drum?
mers had ?'Uite a laugh at the expense
of Mr. Bob Murphy last week. He bad
th" misfortuue to bise his way in en
deuvoring to reach this point. After
sitting in the wikkIs tililthe moon ;>r se,
near midnight, he reached here after
111 o'clock, and disliking to arouBe any
one, spent tin- remainder of the night
in a h'.y kit, where he greeted an old
negro the uext morning and almost
frightened the old man out of his wits,
a? he was sure he had seen a ghost.
That morning Mr. Murphy appeared in
the midst of his friends, looking as
fresh and trim end smiling as if he had
spent the night in the most palatial
Mii-s E. R. Stiff has accepted a fine
position at Parson's, W. Va , and
left for that place a few days sinoe.
Miss Anna Quesenberry, of Balti?
more, had a painful fall last week and
out her face and hurt her arm quite
The flower lovers of Oak Orove and
vicinity are beautifying their homes
with roses and other flowers.
Mr Richard Boggs is spending Easter
with his mother at "Mf. Ida," in King
Mr, R. Peel Dillard, of Essex, ac?
companied by hie son, Mr. Gray Dil?
lard. was a viaitor in our village last
week. Mr. Dillard, 8r., looks very
well after his long Illness with typhoid
?^ ?BSOiUTELY PURE
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
_ _?o?at. ?AKiag ?*owo>a co , mi rom?._^^
Ptmonal and Otter Not?* Fiom the <uln
dence of The Fi?e Lauce. ;
- Va . April 1Kb, IW6.
I'irmen ?? m to be bot? at last.
(itUdeuiUg alS? haS '?eeil extensively
engaged in f^r the past two weeks
BasinOM with the merchants hen
seems even more qoiel thsa u*ual.
The rumor? ? f ?-mall-pox have at last
alarmod oor people, and many of our
u vaccinat?'d lately.
With the exception of measles in two
er three families, the health of our
people is excellent
Kev. W F. Hayes preached to his
usual congregation at Hop-well M K
Uhurch hero on Sunday last.
Mr and Mrs. 0. W. Colbert spent
several days ioomiIj with Mrs. C?.
parents, Mr and Mrs. A. W. liasse*/,
?t P it Dak, Spotsylvania county.
Mus Myrtha Lucy, after spending
.. months in Lunenburg and
Brans wick counties and Richmond, re?
turned to (iuineys a few days agojao
oomponied by her sister, Mrs. M. kS.
Crump, and daughters, all of whom
will spend some time here with their
? and aunt. Mr?. 0, C Dabney.
M lises Ada Baughn and Bessie Luck,
of Richmond, who were recent visitors
ut Mr. .1 S Carpenter'? here, have re?
Little May Campbell returned to
Richmond last week with her mother,
Mrs W. L Campbell, who visited her
mother a few days.
The Sunday school at Hopewell M. E.
Church was reorganized last Sunday,
and prospects promise a go?*i *?ohool
This entire community is grieved at
the recent indisposition of Dr. J. A.
(/'handler who bas been ootitii.ed to hi?
room the past few days.
We are also sorry to say the health of
our highly esteemed friend and neigh?
bor, Mrs. W. F Catlett, is poorer than
it has been tor some time, she being
unable to leave her room.
Miss Mamie Beasley is on a visit to
Miss Annie Beasley, near here
Mr. S. B. Dabney, of Brooke, paid a
short visit to his mother last Sunday.
T?tter, Bait Rheum and Ecxtma,
The intense itching and smarting in
cident to these diseases, is instantly
allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye
and Skin Ointment. Many very bad
cases have been permanently cured by
it. It is equally efficient for itching
piles and a favorate remedy for sore
nipples, chapped hand, chilblains,
frost bites and chronic sore eyes. ?tots,
per bos. For sale by M. M. Lewis.
?Daoying Kits Goal?!
New York April IL?A wild-eyed
and unkempt man stood before magis?
trate SimniB in the Centre Street oourt
iu New Y'ork recently and deolared
bis name was Joseph Vidal, and that
he had no home. Nevertheless he whis?
pered confidentially to the magistrate
that he and Miss Gould were to be
married, and while the wedding would
not bo as brilliant as the Vanderbilt
Fair nuptials, it would not fall far in the
Vidal was arrested for writing lore
letters to Mis? Gould. They are of
the most impassioned character and
arrived with such frequency that the
police were consulted and central office
detectives put on the case. A peculiari?
ty of the letters was that they were
never stamped. For a long time Miss
Gould's secretary paid the necessary i
cents due, but after a while she came
the hand writing and returned to know
them to the postottlce authorities.
At first Vidal's missives had the tone
of a suitor; then they became stronger,
and Anally they were such as an ac?
cepted suitor might write
In court Vidal declared that he loved
Miss Gould, and her alone.
"No man ever loved wot an more,"
he said. "It would be impossible.''
"Do you know Miss Gould?" de?
manded the magistrate.
" No, your honor; but I've seen her
picture. We are not to meet for some
time yet. " This with all seriousness.
"Then you fell in love through the
Yes. that's it," replied the prisoner
"She is so beautiful ; ah, so beautiful !"
Vidal placed his hand over his heart
and gave vent to several long sighs.
Vidal further said that,while he never
received a letter from Miss Gould, she
had replied to his through the papers.
He refused to say what she told him.
He was committed to Bellevue to be
examined as to his sanity.
My wife has used Chamberlain's
Pain Balm for Rheumatism with great
relief, and I can, recommend it as a
splendid liniment for rheumatism and
other household nse for wh'ch we have
fonnd it valuable. ?W. J. Cuyler, Red
Creek N. Y.
Mr Cuyler is one of the leading mer?
chants of this village and one of the
moat prominent men of this vicinity ?
W. G. Pbippin, Editor Red Creek
Herald. For sale by M. M. Lewis, drug
Sir?-??- Aaaorlloaa aa ta lut Wa?4
ta* Homo?!??* Will If.
ramtxllaa A? all dr,,?1?r?, STfWta ft vial.
If ye? a?Md ??.?die?! a '?lo? writ? Tnt. M??r?a?
UdS Aro? ?L, Phlla. It tf ??????Utl U
A. B. BOTTS & Co.,
riKI. LITl.ACCIDINT AND INDKMNITT
The oldest ettabllthed builneM of thia kind
n Fredertck?burf, representing thirteen Or?
?ompanie? of ?t?.utiO.OQU capital, psWSSSjSqg
>ver |t?.OU0.0U0 a*?eU. 117,300,000 ?urplua,
?nd unquestionably the ?tron?-e?t and ?af??t
<n the world. Our rate? are a? reasonable M
?re anywnere to be bad, and we ?hail always
take pleasure In serving you. Uffloe? directly
opposite the Mayor4? Office.
Persons holding our policies and other
friends can get 1899 CALENDARS by
calling at our office.
IMC RANCI A M r?.1< ?ELECTION AO ?NT.
J. M MYER, JR?& Co.
-a full llns of
UKATINU 8TOVK8, WOOD ?ft COAL
Clay Flue Pip? for Chimney?. Tin
Roofing. Steal Roofing Gas-Fitting at
Lowest Prices. Iron Force Pump? at
?Agent? for th -
CBLBBRATBI) IRON KINO. FITZ Lll
ANI) FAUM?R QIRL
BBBT ON TUB MABKBT.
CALL ON ?B BBFOBB TOD BDY.
J. H. MYER, Jr. & CO
8. B. BEALE,
hs\ Inn bought out the entire Hardware
Stock of John A. Stone, will continue the
at the OLD STAND, on COMMBRCK ST.,and
is now laying In a full NBW STOCK OF
OOODS in the Hardware Line which he will
sell at the
Lowest Cash Prices,
Bk~ Oe and see him before you buy.
ant?*emums. Carnations. Fuchsias, 4".,Seent?
each. Eurlv Vogetal.le Plnnts ch. a,,. Cut
Kiowera and Floral Designs.
Call at K. C. Mode's store and get a oats
loiiue an.l les??? your orders.
Florist. Alahlind, Ta
FOR SUPERIOR ARTICLE
which on account of their ace ano tvsnn
are specially advised for median?! arpos
Pohl and recommended by
. JHR M.?mif7UI,
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