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Dfwiy aid VuD Dlederich
\ Captain J. B. Ooghlan and his officers.
of the United State? steamship Raleigh,
were royally entertained last week at
the Union League Club in New York
President Klihu Rtwt presided, aud
after an aloquent speech of welcome
called for three cheers for Dewey. They
were given so lustily that the building
-"-iftemed U? throb in -sympathy. Three
mighty cheers followed for Capt Oogtv
Ian. Almost greater than either were
the shouts of approval when President
Root oalted for ''thr??e cheers for the
men behiud the guns " There was a
perfect furore of excitement and enthus?
0 VATIOS TO 000 H LAN.
Capt. Coghlan was then called on to
speak He was given an ovatiou as he
rose. He accepted it, and all the good
things that had been said about him
and hia men, as being meant for Ad?
miral Dewey. ' 'Every day we were
with him," he added, "we learned
more and more to love him, aud more
and more to realize how the country's
interesti were safe in his hands, and
how he could do nothing but that which
would redound to the oountry's credit.
Through all those long, weary months
of waiting, and the most outrageous
nagging that anybody could suffer,
wearing him to the very bone, he held
himself up and he held us up with
Then Capt Coghlan t??ld the foil ?wing
' 'An officer of our friend, Admirai
Von Die?lerich's, came down one day
to make a complaint. It was my pleasure
to step out on the quarter deck just as
he came aboard. It was partly bv ac.
cident and partly by design I heard
him tell the Admiral about his com?
plaint, and I heard the Admiral reply :
'Tell your Admiral those ships of his
must stop when I say so. I wish to
make the blockade of this harbor com?
plete. ' The German officer replied :
'But we fly the flag ' The reply of the
Admiral was just like'Dewey. He said:
'Those flags can be bought at half a
dollar a yard anywhere '
There was no fun in that expression
of the Admiral's. He told the offioer
that any one could fly a German flag.
and that a whole Spanish fleet might
come upon him with German flags up.
Then he drew back and stroked his
moustache. He has a great habit of
atroking his moustache when ho gets
"Tell your admiral I am blockading
here. Now note carefully what I say,
and tell your admiral that I say it. I
have been making this blockade as easy
for everybody as I could, but I am get?
ting tired of the puerile work here. It
haa been of such a character that a man
would not notice it, although children
might fight over it, but the time has
come when it must stop. Tell your
admiral that the slightest infraction of
any rule will mean but one thing. That
will be war. It will be so accepted,
and resented immediately. If your
people aro ready for war with the United
State?, they can have it at any time. "
"I am free to admit that almost took
my breath away. It came so sudden?
ly. We had expected it all along, but
thing? yon have been expecting always
come unexpectedly. He left with a
face about this long." (Indicating by
holding up his hands far apart. )
GERMAN'S TOOK THE HINT.
"The German said to me : 'I think
yonr admiral does not exactly under?
stand. ' 'Not ouly does he understand, '
I told him, 'but he means what he says,
and yon had better look out. '
"After that they did not breathe
more than four times successively with?
out asking permission. "
VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE,
The Board of Visitors, st thei- Annnal
Meeting on the 1!? h dav of next June, will
appoint BTATr. CADET* to fill vacanci?*?
in the 1st. 3d, ?th, 18th. 14th. lftli,??1, 24th.
?6th and &f>th Senatorial Distritu, and three
vacancies at large. These appointments
carry frve board and tuition. Applications
should be addrested to the undersigned on
or before June 10th, on forms that will be
lent upon miu?-st
SCOTT ??HIPP. Soperintendert.
The Stockholders' Annnal Meeting of
the Potomao, Fredericksburg and Pied?
mont Railroad Oompany will be held at
the Company's Office, Fredericksburg,
Va, on Tuesday, May 2, 1899. at 12
o'clock (noon). S. G DANIEL.
ap20-tw2w Secretary p. t
SUMMER LAW SCHOOL,
UNIVIKSITV Of VIRGINIA.
30th Summer Term, July 1 to Sept. 1, 1899.
In mountainous and non-malarial section of
Virginia. These courses have proved i??*cullar
ly profitable to beginners: loeaiiriidutesforad
inlattlon to t be bar and to prartltloners who have
lfwi.nl systematic instruction or need review.
For catalogue, addreae K. (.'. Minuk. Sea-'v.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
FREE TO VIRQINIANS
IN THE ACADEMIC SCHOOLS.
Letters, fk-ience. Law,Me<licine.BnKineerin?r
8E88IOK BEt'lNSl/Vm SEI'TKMHI It.
For i'i?ta'?rue address
P. ?. HAKK1NOEK. Chairman,
mm :im CbarlottesvliU-, Va.
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.?r?Ttvi?. ??'?? aiwiji roUakl*. casias safe _T\
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*?n4 ta Ba4 a? iM* mmumVEST
??ala? ?rttk Ma* libaos. Tatfc? ^Lw
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Uaamanaiw, atUi?u??u araaaSSa.
?pa rw urtlaalara. last?aaSaJa aaS
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raUUaalOr??atata. , PHILA0?,F?
One oar Syrup in barrels, half barrels
and tina, just received.
MAOKATH ft CIIESLEY.
(HENRY DANNEHL. P.?-.)
?uawpeaa and Aaierieaa plan. Btaam, usa
Oo?forxablo Hoots a- Bountiful
au rant. Baasonabia raU?
?f la eojweottoa. ????osis
Boils ami Pimples
AN UNFAILING SIGN THAT
NATURE IS APPEALING
When Nature is overtaxed, she has
her own way of giving notice that assist
aui-e la needed. bin? does not ask for
help until it la impossible, to get along without
it. Boila and pimples are an indication that
the ayatem is accumulating impurities which
Cnp UC| P must be gotten rid of ; they are an urgent appeal for assistance
rUn nCLli ?a warning that can not safely lie ignored.
To neglect to purify tlis hlood at this
time means mora than ?lie anuoyanc?? of panful (?oils aud
unsightly pimples. Ii these impuritie? are allowed to
remain, the system succumbs to any ordinary illness, and is
unabl? to withstand the many ailments which ars so
prevalent during spring and summer
Mrs. L. Gentile, aiKU Seoond Avenue, Seattle. Wash ,
says: "I was afflioted for a long time with pimples, which
were very ann?>ying, as they distik-ureil my fate fearfully.
After using many other remedies in vain .'*? S S. promptly
and thoroughly cleansed my bkvd. and now 1 rojoice in
a good oomplexion, which I never had before "
C??pt. W ?H. Hunlap. of the A O S.
R. ?t., Chattanoo^. Tenn , writes:
" ?Several boils and carbuncle? broke out ui?on me, causing
great pain aud annoyance. My blood seemed to he in
a riotous CO&dttion, an.I nothing I took seemed to do
any good. Nix '??otiles of S S.S. rureil me completely
and my bloo?l has been perfotsUy pure ever siuce.
8. 8. 8. FOR THE BLOOD
Is the best blood remedy, because it is purely vegetable
and is the only one that is absolutely free from p?>ta?h and mercury. It
promptly purities the bl?x>d and thoroughly cleaiUM the system, builds up
the general health and strength. It cure? Scrofula. Eczema. Cancer. Rheuma?
tism. Tetter. Boils, Sores, etc.. by going direct to the cause of the trouble ?raid
forcing out all Impure blood.
Books fre*? to auy addreae by the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Oa.
Here are some Eye Openers
Ladies Pompador Combs loo. ; th?>y are *ust in , Hold everywhere '?Ilk4.
Ladies ?5c. Leather Belts, lia
Ladies ?50c. Leather Belts, 25c.
Ladies 75c. nice set Belt?, 40c.
Wire Hair Brushes only 10c.
Ladies life Pocket Books only loc.
Best Oorset Steel you ever saw for So.
Ladies try one of our Rough Riders Corsets just in, only 4t?o.
Lot Glass Lamps, way down, complete, 15, 18, 80 and 18 cents
Another lot of CLOTHING bought since Xmas. Men's and Children's Suits
lower than ever. Dou't forget the big store OB Commerce Street umleisells them
BOSTON VARIETY STORE.
Latest 8tv!es Bracelets. Wed.ting Rin?r*i, Watches. Silve- and Gold I<onij- Neck
Cbs-ins. Ac'., a?, at LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
Wafhei. Cl.>cka. etc.. repaired. The liest Spectacles in town. Kyee exam?
ined free of charge.
909 MAIN STREET.
A. LOEWENSON, Jeweler & Optician.
Have Just Received Two Cars of POTATOES,
One of Early Rose and one of Burbank.
This is first class Northern Send, ami yon will save money
by getting my prices before purchasing.
Have also on hand two new two-horse Wagons anda young
Bay Horse fur sale cheap.
B* J. MARSHALL
He Saved Mer Ufe
in a runaway by the tleetness
of his bicycle and they have
now concluded to travel
through life together mi wheels
Any who conclude to do the
same thing can lind the very
choicest high grade and hand?
some stock in our display
We also have all kinds of
Adams' Book Store,
NEW DEPARTMENT STORE
We have opened up a new up-to-date store (largest in Fredericksburg) and
are now carrying the following goods, separated into departments :
1. Shoe Department. 3. Tailoring Department. 3. Clothing Department.
4. Hat " 5. Gent's Furnishing. 6. Notions, Umbrellas, ?&c
Come In and see our store, it is the handsomest In town, and the goods are
ECKENRODE. PERRY & CO.
BUY THE BEST.
criit^?-tT THE WONDERFUL WILSON HEATERS
?re lined with Steel, m?kln?; them more durable than other?. The only heater bavin? the
OUTSIDE " DOWN DBA FT," which it most Important
W. Ha KUwDLLL & bUN*) FKRDRKICR8R?R
J. T. Lowery & Co.
Dry Goods, Notions, &c,
Wholesale and Retail.
Largest Stock ever shown in Frederickcburg.
All Prices Guaranteed.
878 B STREET.
BctaOdUlS ?er 1W*.
No. 1. |LV ARRi ?No. i.
8:00 ? ui Fr?d?riok?burg 3:10 u m
8:1b ? m Wime a 8:U1 p ni
H - ' a m Mine Kim ' 8 66 p ?
8:23 a m Robey n Sol p m
H.?J a ni rtcreaniervill* -.4? p m
8:32 s ni] Alrich 2:42 p m
8:35 a m Kuruac? 2:87 p m
8:40 a m1 Hr.uk Ku??1 2:28 p m
8:43 a m rilepheii? 2:26 p m
9:00 ? m l'srksr 2 10 p ro
9:138 a iu| New Iloi? 1:67 p m
11:18 a m Tinder 1:40 p m
?:28 a in Reynold? 1:36 p m
9:38 s m Ver?lier?ville 1:26 p a
94M a m La Fayette 1:18 p a
10:03 a m Unionvill? 1:06 p m
10:14 a m Nauon 12:60 p m
10 24 a in, Taylor 12:40 p in
10:40 a m'_Orange_12:80 p m
Connection? at Fre?lerick?burg witb lt. F.
?k I'. It. K., and Weein? Steamboat Co. At
Orange witb Southern ami <'b?v?a|ie?lcc <%
Ohio R. K.
The only line to the Chancellorsvills and
Eastern Standard Time. Daily except Hun
day. W. H. KH'll A KDH. Uen'l ManaK?r.
?Train No 2 leaves Oran?:? the 4tb Monday
In each month at 3 |?. in.
CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CHICADO
Ml'. LOUIS ANDTHK WICHT.
1 III bllin.TIHT ANIiOl'leKBST KolTBT.?
Til a W 1ST.
Tin? m m[ ilif.t ami impulsr rant? l?>
?'il' in) ?lid Norfolk.
TRA1NJ I.KAVE DOSWELL, VA.
Oct 2, 1898. No. 3. No. I. No. 3
Ki Sun Daily. Daily.
Lv. Doawell. '11:17 A 3:l? f II ?1
Ar. fctaniitoii. ... I
S ?' Cllfi'in For??.... I l:<M P
' Va. Hot Spring?. ..
?' White Sulphur.
" Koneex eric. .
" 8t. Loot?.
Mi- I? 42!A
M;.'?; I" ids A
i M p :.s,a
mi p r??i
-.:.V. A .', 15 P
Mi'A 1:10 P
ll.uiA BAU I'
? Il P T:i:.A
Time markeil t daily except 8nnday.
Pullman Sleeping Car? on No? 1 and 3
for Cincinnati and I-ouiaville.
TRAINS FOR OLD I01NT AND
Lv. Ooawfil. 7.r? A M .'("?I'M
Ar. Richmond. ?,?i A M l,n I' U
Lv. Richmond. '?:??> A M i C, P M
Ar. Newport New?. 11:1?? A M 8:00 P Bt
" Old Foil, t. 1I:4H A M 6-30 P ?I
" Norfolk. . LRU Noon 7? P M
For oi 1er Information, address
JNO. ?. POTT9.
A. O. P. A.. Richmond Va.
?Schedule In Effect April I, lh<".
Tra?na leave Washington. D.O.
8:01 A. M.?Dsily?for Danville, Charlotte
and way stations, connecting at Manas???
for Strasburg, and Harriaonourg daily and
at Lynchburg witb the Norfolk and
Weatern daily for Roanoke and points
Southwest and with C ? O. R. R. for Nat?
ural Brid?e daily, and I-exington daily ex?
11:15 A. M.-Daily-THE UNITEL
STATE? FAST MAIL carnes Pullman
Sleeper? New York and Washington to
Jackson ville.unitine at Salisbury with Pull?
man Sleeper for Aaheville and Hot Spring',
N. C. Knozville,Chattanooga and Memphis,
Tenn., and at Charlotte with Pull?
man Sleeper for Augusta; Pullman
Sleeper New York to New Orleana, connect
lug at Charlotte W ith slee|>er for Birmingham
Solid train Washington to New Orleana
without change. Southern Railway Dining
car? between Washington and Charlotte.
Sunset Personally Conducted Tourist Ex
cursion. Through Sleeper on this train
ever) Wednesday and Saturdav to San
Francise? without chsnge. Le*ve Rich?
mond at 12.01 P. M.
401 P. M? Local for Strasburg and Har?
rison burg daily except Sunday.
IM P. M.daily, local for Charlottesville.
MB P. M. daily, New York and Florida
Kz press, Pullman Ruff et Sleeping c? B,
New York and Washington to T?nipa. via
Savannah and Jacksonville,an?) to Augusta
via Columbia with c-onnectioii for
9:20 P. M ?laily, Washington and
Chattanooga Limited, via Lyncbburg, with
sleepers. New York and Washington to
Memphis and NewOrlean? through Bristol.
inc. P.M. daily, "WASHINGTON abd
composed of Pullman Yestibuled Sleep?
ers, Dining Cars ?nd Day Coaches, Pud
man Sleepers, New Yo k to Nuhville,
Tenn., via Aaheville, Knoxville and Chat
i.nooB?, New York to Memphis, via llirm
ingliam. New York to New orleana, via At?
lanta and Montgomery. Veetibuled Day
Coach. Washington to Atlanta. Southern
Railway Dining Car, (ireensboro to Mont?
Leaves Richmond 11 P. M.
Train? on the Narrow Uang? reach Oran*?
daily at 10:40 A. M
Train? on the Southern Railway (>???
Orange Daily a? follow?:
11:20 A. M. 138 P. M. 7 H F. M
11:10 A. M. 6:22 P. M. 6 In A. M.
For rates, map folder? and Sleeping Car
8pao? apply to L. B. BROWN.
706 15th Ht. N. W.
WA8HINGTON, O. ?.
FRANK 8. GANNON, 3rd Vic? Pre? and
J. M. CULP, W. A. TURK,
Traffic Manager. Oen' 1 Passenger Agent.
J. H MYER, JR?& Co.
-a full line of
HRATINQBTOVKS, WOOD A COAL
Clay Flue Pipe for Chimney?. Tin
Rooting, Steel Roofing, (ia? Fitting at
Lowest Prices. Iron For?? Pu m us st
?Aftnta for ths?
CBLKBRATKI) IRON KINO. FITZ Lll
AND FARMER OIRL
BEST ON THE MARKET.
CALL?N ?B BEFORE YOU BUY
J. H. MYER, Jr. & CO
L. B. VAUQHAN & CO.,
Proprietor? Crenchaw4? Planter4? Warehnaa?
GEIRRAL COMMiSSlOl IRRCHAITS
. _ Ixtaf Tobacoo aud Grain a bMolalty
?.nierai Caih Advance? Mad?on ConiTgni
New erop GARDEN REEDS
MAGRATH A CHE8LEY.
A?!mirai Drwsy'i Sea
Among the oommittee of one hundr--'
promineut citizens appointed by MayOt
Viui Wyck to receive the cruiser Raleigh
Dm Mayor named George Goodwin
Dewey?the only son of the Admiral?
who is a clerk lu a dry goods store. But
Mr. Dewey has deolined the honor.
"I think I ought to keep quite," says
he, as I have done nothing for the coun?
Evidently the sound ootnmonsonse
which is so distinguishing a trait in
the obaracter of the hero of Manila has
beeu preserved and reproduced lu his
Young Dewey's modesty iathe more
noteworthv in that it has not been the
rule with sons and other near relatives
? >f greatness. Unjustly to some of them
it has come to be almost taken for grant?
ed that the sous of heroe? aud great
men will be snobs or nobodies. Ad?
miral Dewey is fortunate in the dignity,
and I'ommon-Hense of this young man,
who truly appreciates his father's fame
and wil! evidently do nothing to
detrae! therefrom. -Albany Argus.
My wife has used Chamberlain's
I'aln Halm for It he uni at ism with great
relief, and I oan.recommend it as a
splendid liniment for rheumatism aud
other household use for which we have
found It valuable. ? W .1. C'uyler, Red
Creek, N. Y.
Mr Cuyler is one of the leading mer?
chants of this village and oue of the
most prominent men of this violuity ?
W. (1. I'd i pin ii, Kdltor Ked Creek
Herald. For sale by M. M. Ijewis.drug
Caap Aliter niamfsi tss*
The government is plowing, leveling
and disinfecting the old ('amp Alger
grounds, occupied by the troop? last
summer. This work has given rise to
the tumor of a return of troops here
this summer, but there is no probabil?
ity of (Jamp Alger ever being sgain oc?
cupied as a government camp. The
thorough disinfection of the grounds
insures the community immunity from
diseases that might otherwise result
from the condition in which the
gronnds were left last fall ?Falls
Tsttsr. aalt-Rhsnm sad Eessma,
The Intense Itching and smarting In?
cident to these diseases, Is instantly
allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye
aud Skin Ointment. Many very bad
see?*s 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, 2 5c ta
per hoi For sale by M. M Lewis
Stofkiigi Don't Mat?h
Mismated stockings, are the latest new
things to attract the attention of the fair
sex. To be ultra-fashionable one stock?
ing must differ from the other in color.
For instance, the left stocking may be
black with a sprinkling of red silk polka
dots, and the right stocking of red with
black silk polka dota. A pale blue
stocking with bronze clocks has a mata
of bronze with pale blue clocks. And
so the combinations go. Only the sim?
ilarity of deooration in the stockings
announces the fact to the uninitiated
that they have anything in common.
Dr. Oady's Condition Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food bnt
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price 36
cents per package. For sale by M. If.
Scotch Ssrnois Decreasing is Length.
Scotch sermons, which for a good
many years have been steadily decreas?
ing in length, are still inclined to be
shorter. Nine minute? is the absolute
record for brevity, sixty-eight minutes
the greatest length. The Free Churoh
has the highest average length of ser?
mon with thirty-two minutes; the (J.
P Church, with thirty minutes, occu?
pies the centre ; and the Churoh of
Scotland has the shortest with twenty
I was reading an advertisement of
('hamherlain's Colic, Cholera aud Di?
li iarh oaRemedy in the VYoTchester En?
terprise recently, which leads me to
write thia I can truthfully say I
never used any remedy equal to it for
eolio and diarrhoea. I have never bad
to use more thau one or two doses to
cure the worst case with myaelf or
children? VY. A Stroud, Popomoke
City, Md. For sale by M. M. Lewis,
Do you expect to paint your
house, barn or outbuildings
'this spring t If to,get our
Linieed Oil, Pare White i?ead,
Paint Brushes, or anything in
the PAINT line. We are head
quartera for the beat in Painta.
Our prices are the lowest.
Weft Mm Pfoiitj,
9*)1 Main St.
CJRC ALL YOUR FAIRS WITH
A Med?ala? Chast la Itself.
Slmpl?, Safa ?ad Quick Car? far
CRAMPS, DIARRHOEA, COUOMS,
20 and BO oant Bottloe.
! BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
BUY ONLY THE GENUINE.
New Spring Millinery.
Rvery few days we are adding to eur new
andlbeautlful stock of Millinery. The latest
styles In Ladles' Straw Sailors, white, mixed
sud black, rouf o and plain, from ? cents to
li.?"??'. (?irla and Dots' Sailors, white and
?nixed, from 8? to II.(JO. Beautiful line of
Muslin Bonnet? and Hau for Children. *in
whita? and colora, just received, and I can
offer special barg-alns in them.
MRS. n. E. TOnPKINS
816 B Street
A QOOD LI IT
toward home oomfort Is given when you
purohaae the right sort of a store for par
lor, sitting room or kitchen. There are so
many varieties of stoves that it will be
worth yonr while to examine several befar?
luvest Ing in any. When 70a have seen
them all; come in and inspect the Aii
Tight, whiob will bear comparison with a!'
Over 800 sold already, and still they g?
because they are at the right prioe.
Watch for the place.
R. L. STONE
*JU Co tame roe street, frederiskiburg ?
The Excelsior Roller Mills
GILT EDGE FAMILY. HIGH GRADE FAMILY
HIGH GRADE EXTRA. CHOICE FAMILY
? AND ?
FREDERICKSBURG EXTRA FLOURS
lie 1rs?!? Low for Oestf. ('all ami ?xsiiitus Klour and
ara : U. It. Family, SO eants per t arrsl sbovs H U. li?
ts below H. U. Kurs.
C. H. PETTIT. Proprietor.
all of which will be offered to the trade i.ow for Uaaff. ('all aud ?lamlue Klour and g*
ta?edule of Klour le ae follows : U. K. Kamlly, 00 oents per ' arrsl sbovs H U. _ftrs
and Krederloksbura. Miirs in muU below H. U. Kxtra.
AT 8. G. WALLACE'S.
Come auJ see tbe greatest values ever offered in
DRY QOODS & NOTIONS
in this city. The market?? Nortb, ?South, Kast and West have vied with each
other in contributing to this marvelous display of beautiful goods, compris?
ing tlie latest designs in Dress Hoods and ?Silks aud everything in White
(loods you can ask for. Elegant Percales at fit cents. Huge lota of Cali
roes, Ginghams, Satteens, Lawns, aud anything else yon want in Wash
Fabrics. Ask to see tbe 3 cent llrown Cotton. Ladies', Men's and Chil?
dren's Underwear in all gradea. Trunks, Umbrellas, Corsets, Shirts, ?Shirt
Waists and Ladies' Skirts deserve your attention. Everything you want
in tbe Notion Line WALLACE has it.
Country Merchants can get just what they want, and bow they want it, at
the lowest prices, if they will buy from
S. Q. Wallace,
GERMAN IA ROLLER MILLS.
ittYER & BRULLB, Proprietors, Fredericksburg, Va.
Ws hava ths latest and most complete Patent Roller System In onr Mills, use non?
but the very choicest Virginia Wheat and our Klour? are ths finest that oao be made
exoaptlni nous. Ws make the following brands :
MYatK A HKIU.I.K'H BKBT i'ATKNT HIIPKKI.ATJ VI.
UKKfatANIA XXXXX KXTHA UIUMAN1A XX EXTRA
WHITK PLAIN rtTKA.
Ws maks Oholoe Kamlly Meal. Mill Keads ot all kin?. Ws m ?a Hlabset Gat
erleee for Wbeat and Corn at Mill or Store. Ulvs us a call before yon buv or sell.
MYER A BR?LLE
P. V 1). (JOBWSV CaUBLsa Hmuoa A. _aMM BOW?SB
Conway, Gordon & Qarnett
UOMMIKUK STRUT, KRKDKRICK?BUK?, VA.
Ran ? opens | A. M. I Bank eloaee ft P M Colleettoor mad? on all point
?**-.?. JOHN M. GRIFFIN.
S ta pie and Fancy Groceries,
Fine Liquors, Tobacco and Clears.
Agency Psbst Milwaukee Larger Beer and best tonic. We also have In stock Ales
Porter, ?tout, etc. tint B Street
AN IMMENSE STOCK.
The great-adyance in all cotton goods has caused us to buy early
tbe largest stock of goods we bare ever bad. This waa necessary
to enable ns to sell them to you at old prices. This bas been tbe
sharpest advance I hare aeen in 20 years, except in two instances.
How much higher, or how long the advance will hold, 00 one can
tell. 80 to be oo the safe aide I would advise you to bay early what
VVe can still aell you a very (rood Brown Cotton at .le., a batter one
at 4c, and tbe beat at 5c. My stock has been well bought, aud
goods well bought are half fold.was wellfaaid. We honestly believe
we own today one of the cheapest, if not the cheapest stock of goods
in any retail store in Virginia. No matter what yon want in
DRY QOODS OR NOTIONS
try Baker before yon buy, aud if we fail to sell you we will make
.be other fellow sell you cheap.
E. T. BAKER
MARKET ?OKHER. FKEDEKICKSBUKO, VA.
SHOES AND HATS I
Our spring stock is now complete, a laraer and lietter assortment tbsn ever before. Our
prices are made to flt 1 ia a***-??*-**. TilUl?LmTQ We have al" ,he up-to-date
t h Irma lu tiens Black rfsMs-Ta_# / I ?Vf SZi. C?, ?ad Tan Shoes. Also heavy
iboes. Our I.a.llea and Cblidren's Shoes and Oxfords are the prettiest sod hest Attlng shoes
In tbe city. Ws sail your attention t?i our line of Men's and Hoys' Crash sad Straw Hats. All
Wallace & Company,
J. F. BROWN
invites his friends and every one interested in Foot
wear for spring to call and examine his new stock.
New and nobby styles in Men's Hats.
Strictly Good Value.
Ladies Genuine Dongola Butt. Coin Toe Pat. Leather tips, $1.50
Ladies Genuine Dongola Lace, Coin Toe,Pat. Leather tips,f>1.60
Same in COMMON SENSE TOES, all sizes.
This is without any exception the very best shoe produced
for the money.
BR?LLE s? TIMBERLAKE.
921 Main Streat, Opp. Market Entranae
Manufacturar and Dsalsr In
CARRIAGES, 8URKBYB, Bl'<*l*TMB
obmcbid and irmr i wamm,
Platform 8pring WagonB.
Buiinsas and Pat-acnr? Wagoas of ?vary
il?crlptlon. Spoolal ?tUntlon flvan to re
patrin* ?n?4 retwitntln*
OEO. J. FLETCHER,
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
Plan?, 8p?ciflcallons, El?vations. DsUtls.
Work or all kinds In tb? building line.
Thorough parsopal tnpsrvlsloD of all
mafh, ?WD or country.
JOHN F. SCOTT
? ??sua !? ?
Harfiari ud Hinliif? SpwlaJtitt,
Ubm ?loor be?w Obbbb. Walls? ?t Hro.
? rvu un et ?
Barb Wire, Gun?, Pistols, Raaors, Knlvt
?to., will be sold at reduoed priesa to suit t?,
Ute Um?. Money oan be ssrred by parent?
nr at AOOTTB Hardware Mam.
John ?. Hurkamp ?Co.
P. McCracken, Bro. & Co.,
? WaOLSSALB AIP aiT4.il/?
GROCERS AND LIQUOR DEALERS.
Off?r Ten Thousand Gallon? II RE RYB
and BOURBON WHISKIES, (loa. ihs fol?
lowing well known dlatillsri? : Graft A Co.
of Ohio ; Boons County Distilling Co., of
Kentucky Montioallo DisUlary, of Mary.
land, ana W. F. Gray, of Pennsylvania.
AgsnU for Bargnsr A Bngk'? Lager B?SS
Th?y also off?r 8tapl??ud Fancy Groosrtes.
Agricultural implement?, Bead?, Guano, end
The Place To Buy.
I have in stock and bought for SPOT
CASH, 1? different brands of whiskey,
aa follows : King Lear, |4 ; Live Oak,
|4 ; Apple wood, |2 ; Anchor Rye, |2 ;
Bonrbon Rye, $1 50; Upperten, |1.40;
Koxbnry Rye, $4 ; Olnb Hoa? XXXX
Pare Rye, H ; J W. Harper, ft ; Pure
Old Stockton, $4 ; Star A, $2; Indian
Hill, 92; Old TennessM, 92; Anderson
Oonnty, t2 ; Pure Distilled White, 100
proof 9*2 ; Good, $1.20. Pore Moun?
tain Brandies from 92.76 to H
I also have a fall line of Foreign and
Domestio Winee, Tobaoco, Oigars and
Cigarettes of the best brands. When
yon want the best and cheaper.*. Gro?
ceries I have them. I pay the highest
oash prioe for FUR.
All orders from the oountry and olty
hare my careful and personal attention.
Gome to my store before yon parcha??
MRS. J. F. MONROE,
Oorn metre street, Frederick ?burg, V?
FAMILY GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
My stock of Liquors Is lar??, oonilstlng of
Foreign and Domastie BRANDIES.
Pure Applewood and Farmer?' Friand Pur?
Rye Wblsksy. 12 a gallon.
MAGNIFICENT APPLE BRANDY WAR?
Cor. OOMMBKCB AND LIBERTY MTV.
That Honest Dealings,
Full Measure and
have built us the largest trad?
in this city.
Inspect onr ?took before yoo make
your purchase? for the holidays.
We gu?rante mtisfactioo.
Whiskey from $1.20 per gal. ip.
Six Brands Ryes it $2 per gal.
Also higher grade?
Whiskies, Brandies, Gins,
and in fact everything fonnd in a
first-clau Liquor and Tob?ceo Hon?.
Straeburger & Sod,
111 and 111* Ooaa?r*M NU
ELK RUN WHISKEY.
This celebrated brand cf KINTI'CIY
PURE RYE WHISKEY, gu?rante*! 1UU
proof and 2 yea's old at 12 per gal'on la for
aale by Mrs, J. F Monroe, Commaro?
itreet, Frsderlcksburg, Vs. For ?ator It
has no superior at the price. It is a mouth,
pleaaant to dtiok, aud there is not a head
a. he in a gallon Come and try it, and yoa
will buy no other.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Pur? Rye Whl?k?y, Pare,Old Rum, Pare
Holland Gin, Pure Sherry Wine, Pure
French Brandy, Pore Apple Brandy,
Pure Peach Brandy, Pure Blaoktseirry
Brandy. A oomploU ?took of Llauon
for roedioal uae at the old Reliable
Growry Store of
CHAS. WALLACE A BRtT.
Cor. M??in (XMsmer? Bta.
FKBDBRJCKBBURG, ? ? VA.
Rye Whiskey, the best on <he market,
92 per gallon, 100 proof, 4 yean old.
For ?ale by
MRS. J. F. MONROI,
GEORGE W. WROTEN.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTO?.
?VIII furnish Plans and Specification? ; wil
contract for erecting all olass?? or
Buildings; furnish hands by Ui?
day and superintend tb? wark
In town or ouuutry.
hW Chars*? reMOnakia
A. SEASON GARNkR.
Jontractor aad Builder,
?'rtneiMS Au? st., oppoiiu Tyler4? Fo-aaSry
""O uarant??? all work In hi? lia? to be Sub?
&roapti j acd la a >nt-?*la? nasMr at ?Mk
E. K. WHEELER,
BaooMBor t W11 U?uu A Whooaar), conduela
the UNDERTAKING BUSINESS at tb? oU
?Und,corner Main ?ndCharlott??tra?U. Ail
ordsra from homo and abroad promptly and
?atlafartorlly attended to either at sight ?
Hear? and Carrlagw a)way? rertv la at
tend funerala. Thanking the publie for jaw
on??? so gsn?roo?ly b?tnwed.he aeks
nontfnnanee of the?*??.
AND DEALER IS
Gents' Furnishing Goods
My BUwk la now oomplste in every ?tep-art*
ment, consisting of th? latest ?tyl? and hast
fabrics from French, English, Bcotcn and
Amariean manufactura?, ?aleetM with tb?
p?t?t ?re with the view to ?apply the
wants and taste of svery customar Every
Bottom Prices ao? SatlsfietloB
Also full Une of tienta rurnlah?u Uooda
sueb m Ureas Shirts, NlabtShlrta, jJrawara, ?
Oollara, CutTs, Ulovea, B?vandasa, Scarfs,
Tisa, Silk and Unan Ha-dkara?tefe, _a_
Hose. Scarf Pins,'*uff and Collar PrMtita.
Waten Chaina and Charma, Silk, Alpaoa and
dlngham Umbrellai. Ae.
mr Osll and aramias ear etas*
Fine and Ground
Kiva oara Fine and (ironed Ala?
Salt, in atora and to arrive.
MAGRATH * OHlfiLBT.