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Negroes for the Philippinen but N??ne
The Washington,D O . Star ni Tues?
day says : The policy is being dis
cussed in regard to the future military
operation of this government In the
Philippines, which is attracting much
attention among those to whose atten?
tion it has been brought, and it will
unquestionably be considered by the
administration iu the near future This
?policy is advocate?! with the idea that
certain racial affiliations may be utiliz?
ed in a way to defeat rebellious acts on
th?^ part of Aguinaldo and his party
and to bring peace to the newly ac?
quired possessions of the United Btates
in the east.
It is proposed to utilize negro troops In
the Philippines to a very large extent,
and it is suggested that the four negro
regiments now is this country 1
ed foi this duty, and that they be follow?
ed in the near future by tivo additional
regiments of volunteers made up ol
colored men. It is not generally un?
derstood that about onethird of the
population of the Philippines are :iegi?>es
of the same race as those of the United
States. They are the aboriginee*, t the
islands,who were subdued by the Malay
race now dominant there among the
natives. The natives are not Damer*
ous about Manila, but on some of the
islands they comprise nearly the entire
population. That is the case eepeolally
on the Island of Negros.
WOULD YIELD TO TUE NBOROXS.
It Is argued that if colored troops were
sent among the?je people they would
more readily succumb to their rule and
prefer them to the race of which Aguin?
aldo is the leader. In a short time it
is thought there would be au assimila?
tion between the negroes of the Phil?
ippines and their kindred from the
It is believed by those who advocate
this plan that the colored meu of the
south would gladly embrace the oppor?
tunity for manly efforts that would be
given them through the execution of
sucti a compaign. There are considera?
ble tracts of land in the Philippines
that have never been settled and that
would offer attractive homes. Much of
this land is in the public domain and
under favorable conditions that could
be arranged would be available fur set?
OPPORTUNITY FOR COLORED COLONIST4*
The colored men of the United states
would have opportunities to get homes
and would have before them the posai.
bilities of careers they could not hope
for in the United States. The highest
political offices of the islands would be
within the grasp of any one who could
become dominant among men of his
own race. Rusiness and other oppor?
tunities would be open to them, and
there would be none of that racial
prejudice to encounter that is so detri?
mental to their advancement in this
SOLDIERS WOULD BECOME COU N
It is not believed that there would be
any retrograde movement among the
colored race of thia country transplanted
to the Phillippiues. They would have
outlined for them that same form of
republican government to which they
have been accustome?! at home, and
they would have a better chance to en?
joy the results of their ambition thai.
they have ever known in the United
States. Those who advocate the for?
warding of negro troops to the Philip?
pine? believe that their families should
be ?at along with them whenever de?
sired, so that their long separation from
home might not make them feel as
exiles. As soon as hostilities in the
Philippines have ceased there will be a
great deal of puplic work to be done, |
and that would give desirable employ- j
ment to large numbers of people The j
colored men from the United States i
would have opportunities to fill responsi?
ble places on such works. It is believed
that once a tide of emigration were
started from this country to the Philip?
pines it would result so satisfactory to
the colored people that large numbers
of them would seek a uew home in the
islands of the east.
The emigration of colored men is re?
garded as the nutural outcome of mili?
tary operations, which would involve
their use in suppressing insurrection in
the Philippines. With a third of the
population of those islands stroDgly
antagonistic to Aguinaldo and welcom?
ing the coming of colored men of their
own race and of intelligence superior to
their own, it is believed that an enor?
mous influence for fature peace would
These who advocate this plan strong?
ly condemn the sending of colored troops i
to Cuba, where, it is said, that race
tends to incite opposition instead of
bei ng a power for good.
' 'A word to the wise is sufficient"
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
t han anyotber in tbe market. He has
been in tbe drug business at Elkton,
Ky., for twelve years; has sold hun?
dreds of bottles of this remedy and
nearly all other cough medicines man?
ufactured, which shows oonclcsively
that Chamberlain's is the most satis?
factory to the people, and is the best,
for sale by M. M. Lewis, Druggist.
Six negroes of Palmetto, Ga., It is
?aid, have registered a vow to kill six
residents of tbe town, each negro select?
ing his vlotim and swearing to execute
the threat at the first opportunity. Dr.
Hal L. Johnson, who was active in se?
curing evidence against the negro inoen
diarlee that were recently lynched there,
has received a warning letter saying he
bad been selected by the conspirators,
and would be killed at the first favora?
I was reading an advertisement of
Chamberlain*? Colic, Oholera and Di
arhoea Remedy in the Woroheater En?
terprise recently, whiob leads me to
write thia I can truthfully say I
never used ?any remedy equal to It for
oolio and diarrhoea. I have never had
to use more than one or two doe? to
cure tbe worst oase with my?lf or
children,? W. A. Stroud, Popomoke
Ott?. Md. For sale by M. M. Lewis,
CANCER IS DEADLY!
Results Fatally In Nine
Cases Out of Ten?A
Cure Found at Last.
rhia fearful ?linease often first appear?
us h mere icratC?, a trample, or lump in
tlu* breast, too small to attract any
iit'tit'?*?. until, in many curves, the deadly
ditiease is fully dsTeloped.
Cancer chu not b<? cured by u surgical
operation, because the disease is a virulent
p?>ison in the blood, circulating throughout the system, and although
the tore or ulcer?known a? the Cancer-may be cut away, the
poison remains In the blood, and promptly breaks out afresh, with
The wonderful success of 8, S. B. in caring obstinate, deep-seat?*?!
blood disease?* which were considered incurable, induoed a few de
?pairing sufferers to try it for Cant-er, after exhausting the skill of
the phvsicians without a cure. Much to their delight ^. 3. 8. proved
equal to the disease and promptly effected m cure. The glad news
??prend rapidly, and it was soon demonstrated
beyond doubt that a cure had at last been
found for deadly Cancer. Etridence has accu?
mulated which is incontrovertible, of which
the following is a specimen :
"OtaON it h?M-?*t1ltar7 in yiir family, my father, a
Mir?? ftBti an *??t having died (: >rn khu dreadful
iaflB't Slf (m??gf _ay o* l_a?-liied .vlifii the hor
rar?9^ala?aA ?ad? It? appearapo?* on my side. It was
1 ??aiifiAant Oaaoer, ?atlng UiWiardlv in Mich >?. way as
tocan*? ?rrsait alarm, the ??Mat? seemed beyond the
?kill of ?ne dootors, fer their treatment did no g<>vd
whatever, th? Cancer growing worse all the while
Suuiaroua rt?ine<iioa> wer? used for it. but th? Cancer UK? 8 U IDOL,
grew steadily won?, until it nt>eiii>d that I was doomed
to follow tli* otliars of the family, for I k??>~ how deadly Cancer is. espially
when inherited. 1 was advised to try Swift'** Ipeelflc (H S Si, which, from the
first day, foroed out the poison I continued Its use until I had taken eighteen
bettltjs. when I w-*8 oured sound and well aud have had no symptoms uf the
dreudful afillctlon. though many years have elapsed. S. S. S. is the only cure
for Cancer.?Mrs 8. M.IOOL, Winston. N. C.
-Our book on Cancer, containing other testimonials and valuable
imfermation. will be sent free to any address by the Swift Sp?cifie
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
Here are some Eye Openers
Ladies Pompado* Combs uv. , they .ire ju-t In ; sold everywhere *?>
Ladies ?5c. Leather Belts, I So,
Ladies 50o. Leather Belts.
Ladies T.?c. nice set Belts, 40o.
Wire Hair Brushes only 10c
Ladies 25c. Pocket Books only UK?.
Best Oorset Steel yon ever saw for 5c.
LadieB try one of our Rongh Riders Corsets just in, only 49p
Lot Glass Lamps, way down, complt-te, 15, 1\ W SS ! '."'. cents
Another lot of CLOTHING bought since Xi.ias. Men's and Children's Suits
lower than ever. Don't forget the tug store on OonameroeStreet andersel? them
BOSTON VARIETY STORE.
MRS- D- E. SMITH A CO.,
Latest Styles RrsesltK? Wedding Rings, Wstches BUT? ind (.?old Long Heel
Cta LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
wv ci etc., repaired. rhtBael Bp? 'own. Ejn exai
A. LOEWENSON, Jeweler & Optician,
909 MAIN STREET,
Have Just Received Two Cars o? POTATOES,
One of Early Rose and one of Burbank.
This is first class Northern Seed, and yon will safe money
by getting my prices ?before pnrchasing.
Have also on hand two new two hors? Wagons and a yonng
Hay Dorse l'or sale cheap.
B? J. MARSHALL.
he Saived Her Life
in a runaway by tli?* fleet ness
ol his bicycle ami they have
now concluded to travel
through life together on wheels
Any who conclude t?> ?lo the
same thing can And 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 np a new np-to-date ?tore (largest in Frederickabnrg) and
are now carrying the following goods, separated into departments:
1. Shoe Department. 2. Tailoring Department. 3. Clothing Department.
4. Hat " 5. Gent's Furnishing. 6. Notions, Umbrellas, ?fee
Gome in and se? oar store, it is the handsomest in town, and the goods are
ECKENRODE. PERRY & CO.
BUY THE BEST.
utJFoSSS?'' THE WONDERFUL WILSON HEATERS
are lined with Stool, maklnir them more durable than others. The only heater bavin? the
ODTSIIiK " DOWN DRAFT," which Is most Important
W. H. RUSSELL & SON?
J. T. Lowery & Co.
Dry Goods, Notions, &c.
Wholesale and Retail.
Largest Stock ever ?shown in Fredericksburg.
All Prices Guaranteed.
818 B STREET.
Schedul? ter ISM
No. 1. |LV AKR ?NuJ.
8:1)0 s m' Frederick ?burg I 3:16 P n,
8.1?, ? m Whit?? 8:01 p m
8:2t? a ni Um? Uoail I |? m
8:28 a ?n Kobay'a i 2 51 p m
8:2U a m' Hereamervir- 2 4H p ni
M 'i'? a m Alricb 14] p m
s 35 a m Kiiruac? ? 37 p iu
8:411 a m' Hro.lt Koa.1 'J 2H p m
8:43 a m Stephen? ?.'ib p
a is) ? m Park? ? m p m
H Of? a in New Hope I ;>/ p
H is a in Tinder 1 ib y m
a in; Reynold? 1 M p m
1? M a in Verdiereville 1 '?1> p a
'< U a ni] l.a Kayette I IM p a
in n.. ? m i ' mon villa 1 in. p m
IU 14 a m Nasou 1*2:60 p m
in 24 a nil Taylor 12 \v p ru
10 III a in' ??rnngi? I'i rill p m
ConneclioiiH al Kredeiicksluirg wild K. F.
A I'. It K., and WeeniN Stettin hont ( 'o. At
Oran.;*, with Southern ami Cliea>ip*nkH A
(lino K. It.
The only line to the l'Iiaurellorivllle and
Rastern'?Uaintard Time. Daily exceptStin
?lay. W. H. RICHARDS. Gen I Manager.
?Train No. t leaves (frange the 4th Monday
In em-h month t?t I p in
? IN? INS'AI I L0U18VILLR, rilli A<<<>
ot. LOUIH AND IHK WKHI.
Ilia BHOKTBRI *?SD Otl'K?'T Kol TS T.i
i na Wsai
?ini popnlai n
??ill I'. ii.i ami Norfolk.
TBAIN'd I I.AVK D08WKLL. VA.
Oct 2, 18H8. No. 5. No. 1. No. 3
Kx-Hun Daily. Daily.
? ' Clifton Forge ? I ? H
' Va. HotSprlng"
' White Sulphur.
? Ko nc?vert?. .
' Cincinnati. . .
? Lex log-ton.
? 8t. Loula. .
Time marled t daily except Sunday.
Pullman Bleeping Cats on Noe. 1 and 3
for Cincinnati and Ixmisville.
r&AINU KOK OLD POINT AMD
Lv. l)o?wt)ll. -,? ?* A M MUl'SH
Ar. Klchniniid. --AM in I'M
Lv. KKhinniiil . ... MOAN 3 ?-'? ?' M
Ar. Newport News.... II.m A M s-uuPM
Old Poti.t. 11:40 A M i M
Norfolk. I*KI6N ? | ; 06 V M
Corot ist Information, sddreM
jNo. D. potts,
A (?. P, A.. Richmond Va.
Bchedulein Kffect April'. 181?!?.
Tra?na leave Washington, D. 0.
8.U1 A. M.?Daily?for Danville. Ch*\rlott?
and way atationa, coniiectirig at Manasaaa
for Strasburg, and Harrisonotirg daily and
at I.ynrhburK with the Norfolk ?ml
Weatern dailv for Koanoke and point?
South west and With c V?> K. R. for Nat
ural Brid?e daily, and Lexington daily, ex?
11:15 A. M.-Daily-THK I'NITKJ,
STATES FAST MAIL came? Pullman
Sleeper? New York and Washington to
Jacksonville.undine at Salisbury with Pull?
man Hleej>er for Aaneville and Hot Spring?,
N. C. Knoxville.Chattanoogaand Memphia,
I'enn., and at Charlotte with Pull
man Slee|>er for Auguata; Pullmsii
Sleeper New York to New Orleana, connect
ltig at ? harlot te with -??.?.per for Birmingham
Solid train Washington to New Orleane
without change. Southern Railway Dining
car? between Washington and Charlotte.
Sunset Personally Conducted Tourist Ki
enreion. Through Hl??eper on thia train
every We*lnee<lay ?ml Saiunlav to Ban
Francisco without change, l^ave Rich
BOOnd at 12.U! I'. al.
4 ul P. M.?Local for Strasburg and Har
rlBonburg daily except Sunday.
4.mi P. M.ilaily, local for Charlottesville.
'?jo p. ?j. dairy, New YorkMd lion.in
Kxprss?, Pullman Buffet Sleeping Ca ?
N.-w York ami Washington to rampa, ris
Savannah ?ml Jacksonville.and to i
via Columbia with connection tor
fcB) P. M iiaily, Washington ami
Chattanooga Limited, vu Lyncbburg, with
sleaper?, New York urn! Washington to
MeiiiphiM ami New Orleans through Bristol.
1 I. P.M. daily, " WASHINGTON km
composed of Pullman Yestibuled Sleep?
ers. Dining Car? and Day Co?.ct***a, Pull
man Sleepers, New York to Nashville,
Fenn., via Asheville, Knox.ille and Clint
t ?nocga; New York to Memphis, via Birm?
ingham. New York to New Orleana. via At?
lanta and Montgomery. Vestibule?! Day
Coach, Washington to Atlanta. Southern
Railway Dining Car, (?reenslioro to Mont?
leaves Richmond 11 P. M.
Train? ou the Narrow ?Jav.gn reach Orange
daily at 10:40 A. M
Train? oo the Southern Kal!wr> pass
Orange Daily aa follow?:
11:20 A.M. 1:33 P. M. 7 > P. M
11:10 A. M. tiB P.M. fil" A. M.
For ratea, map folder? an?. Sleeping t'ai
Space apply to L. 8. BKOWN,
706 15th St. N. W.
WASHINGTON, O. U.
FttANK 8. GANNON, Srd Vice Pree and
J. M. GULP, W. A. TURK,
Traffic Manager. Gen'I Passenger Agent,
J. M MYER, JR,,& Co.
- a full line of
H BATING 8TOVK8. WOOD A COAL
Olay Flus Pipe for Chimney?. Tin
Rooting, Steel Rooting. Gas-Fitting at
Lowest Prioes. iron Foros Pumt? at
?Agent? for th??
UlfLKBRATBl) IRON KING, FITZ LBK
AND FARM KR GIRL
BR8T ON TH1- MARKKT.
'ALL ON U8 BKFOBH YOU BUY.
J. H. MYER, Jr. & CO
L. B. VAUQHAN & CO.,
Proprietor? Cren?haw'? Planter'? Warehou??
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Leaf Tc iiacoo aud Grain a Specialty.
Liberal Cuh A.lvanube Made ?id f'tinelrnmenf
New crop GARDEN FEEDS
MAGRATH ? CHESLEY.
('zara reare Dream Klifd.
According to advices from exoelle
authority, not ?ven the most sangni
? if t In ?ho concerned now expect any su
-tunt ml ptogiess to be made at t
coming peace conference toward eith
illiarmameut, or ever a suipeniion
armaments. The Czar aud his eutou
at-e are reported to have lost their ill
ii'nit on the subject, and it is said tb
the proceedings and treating of milita
und naval i-iientiona will be oontlued
the ni?rent generalities. None of tl
decision? will lie binding, and even
tli?- matter of international arbitratio
if anything in agreed to, it will imt I
F.mpemr William's delegate, I'rofe
sor Von Stung.?1, is a declared advoca
ni wiir in inn pamphlet,"Dm Kwig
Fried?- " -The Kverlastiug 1'eace"
utter declaring that the Hermans lea
ul nil nations should supjiort the "fai
tMtla aspirations of the friends i
"The Americans, nitoiicated wil
soooese, will ntnv?i more ami more i
Ih'i'i.me tin' dominant power and < 11 <
tut?- their law tu Bamps in any ciiitt'i
between America und Kampe Hha
Germany stand peacefully on one st?!
and Imw huinhly befofs American I'll
in already impossible, hitcause pollttfll
dominion is siso soooomio dominim
ami (?ermany miiNt lie politically an
militarily puwerful If shedoSS not win
tu go to sooaomifl destruction "
My wife has use?! Chamberlain'
Pain Halm tur Kheuinatisiu with gres
relief, and I can,recommend it M
splendid liniment for rheumatism an
other household um* for which we hav
found it valuable. -W, J. CuyiW, Ke
Creek, N. V.
Mr t'uyler is one of the leading DM
chants of this village and one of tb
most prominent men of this vicinity -
W. (i. Phippin, Bditoff Ked Oree
Herald For nale by M M. Lswls,dnig
The Wiimas Who Wurrlee
When the kettle bolla "ver
If haby crien
If the Urs i*n't always bright
At every speck of dust.
If there's a spot en lb? front steps
If the iceman's boots are muddy
If anything interrupts her aftenio.?
When a dish or a glass is broken.
If the roast doesn't come along nicely
F.very lime the heater needi atten
If the t.111? her. the baker or the can
dlesttekfSakm fail her in the least par
If the pie crust burns ever so little
A' ?very mistake of th?* maid.
I uns?' the gas bill's "higher tin
time than last. "
When a huckster knocks at the bad
If b?r new dress isn't a perfect (1
the first time she tr l. at it on
If the letter aba's looking for doesn'
come to hand mi the minute
Yet how much happier she'd be i
?he met all these things with ;t? siuil
ing countenance ?
Tetter. Salt-Rheum and Eciema.
The intense itching and smarting in
cnlent to these diseases, Is instattitl;
ulluyed by applying Chamberlain*! Ky
and Skin Ointment. Many vary ba?
OWMS have been permanently cored b]
it. It is eijually i-tllcient for ltchinf
piles aud a favorate remedy for son
nipplt'H, clinp'M-? h ?ml, chilblain?
frost MISS and chronic sore eye?, ?iGct?
tier box. For sale by M M. I?ewia.
An Elever.lh-IIour Affair
From tbe Boston Herald)
If these people who have teut to tin
Massachust-tts legislature s petitiou
to revokar the sentence of banishmenl
passed ?pon Koger Williams early ic
the seventeenth century have a deti
oieney in the sens? of humor, there ii
? little doubt of their power to oreat?
humor in others. This was a piettj
aorious matter in its day, bat the pro
position that the general court of Mm
Nuchusttts in 1898 shall gravely repeal
legislation passed by the general court,
of Massachusetts in l?;:?."?.clearly appeal?
to something that is not serions. It ia
a pity that Koger William, who was
himself in his day a pretty serious per?
son, should be turned into a subject
for joking after he has been in his grave
for 116 years. The more logical course
would be to expnnge the sentence of ban?
ishment from the records of tbe
Hay (Jolony, and we are inolined to
wonder that these petitioners did not
assume that they could be found, and
at*k that this step be taken.
As Eaterpriiing Firm.
There are few men more w ide awake
and enterprising than M M. Lowii,
who spares no paina to secure the best
of everything in his line for bit
many customers, lie now has the
Agency for Dr. King's New Disoovery,
which surely cures Consumption,
Coughs and Colds. This is the wonder?
ful remedy that ia now producing ac
much excitement all over the country
by its many startling cares. It absol?
utely cares, Asthma. Bronchitis, Nau?
sea, and all affections of the Throat,
Ohest and Lungs. You can teat it before
buying, by celling at tbe above Drag
Ht ore and get a trial Bottle Free, or
regular size for 50o and $1,00. Guar?
anteed to cure, or price refunded.
A dispatch from Charleston, 3. C.
says: Aa an outcome of the Green?
wood county lynohing, it ia reported
that the negroes of Richardsonville,
S. 0. ,who are very numerous, have de.
termined to prevent negro' lynching
and whitecapping. The scheme, it ia
said, ia to murder a white man or burn
the home of a white man for every
negro that Is lynched or whipped.
They are aaid to have banded them
selves together for thin purpose. The
story will be throughly investigated
Spain's Oreatnt Na*d
Mr. R.P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain,
spends bla wintere at Alken,8. C. Weak
nerves had caused severe paina in the
back of bla bead. On using Electric
Hitters, America's greateat Blood,
and Nerve Remedy, all pain soon" left
him. He saya tbia grand medioine ia
what hia country needs. All America
knowa that it cures liver and kidney
trouble, purifies the blood, tones op the
stomach, strengthens the n?rvea, puts
vim, vigor |and new life into every
muscle, nerve and organ of the body.
If weak, tired or ailing you need it.
Kvey bottle guaranteed, only 60 cents.
Sold by M. M. Lewis, Druggist._
New Spring Millinery.
Rvery few days we are adding to our new
andbeautiful atock of Millinery. The latest
styles in Udies' Straw Sailors, white, mixed
and black, rough and plain, from S5 cents U?
Si mi. (liria and Hoys* Sailors, white and
mixed, ii-oni '?to fl.OU. Beautiful line of
Muslin K?nnet? and Hate for Children, ?in
?lot?- and colors. Just received, and I can
olTor special t?argalni In them.
MRS. n. E. TOHPKINS
816 B Street
A GOOD LIFT
toward home comfort la given when you
purohase the right sort of a atove for par
lor, sitting room or kitchen. There are so
many varieties of stoves that it will be
worth your while to examine several bafv*
Investing in any. When you have seea
them all; ocme in and in?peot ths Aii
Tight, wbloh will bear oomparlson with al
Over 800 sold already, and still they g?
because they are at tbe right prloe.
Watoh for the plaoe.
R. L. STONE
?ul Cummero? street, rrederl?ksbur?; ?
no vim Mi?
The Excelsior Roller Mills
GILT EDGE FAMILY. HIQfi GRADE FAMILY
HIGH GRADE EXTRA. CHOICE FAMILY
? AND ?
FREDERICKSBURG EXTRA FLOURS
all of which will be offered toll:? trad? l,ow forOssb. Call ami ?laiuln? Flour ?ml gt*
Hchsdul? of Flour I? ?a follow? G. K. Family, Ml oent? per I ?rr?l a ho va U. U. Mxtr?
and Frsderluktburx if Urs 3D ?ante i>el>?w H. G. Kxtra.
0. H. MbTTIT, PROPRIETOR.
AT 8. G. WALLACE'S.
Come and nee the greatc.it values ever offered iu
DRY GOODS & NOTIONS
in this city. The markets North, South, Hast and West have vied with each
other in contributing to this marvelous display of beautiful goods, comprit?
?ng the latest designs in Dress ??oo?la and Silks and everything in White
Goods you can ask for. Elegant Mercales at (?t cents. Huge lots of Cali?
coes, Ginghams, Satteens, Lawns, and anything else you want in Wash
Fabrics. Ask to see tbe 3 cent Brown Cotton. Ladies', Men's and Chil?
dren's I'nderwear in all grades. Trunks, I'inbrellas, Corsets, Shirts, Shirt
Waists and Ladies' Skirts deserve your attention. Everything you waut
in the Notion Line WALLACE has it.
Country Merchants can get just what they want, aud how they waut it, at
the lowest prices, if they will buy from
S. Q. Wallace,
GERMANIA ROLLER MILLS.
/UYER & BR?LLE, Proprietor.?, Frederlckiburg, Va.
W? have ?he I a teat and moat complet? Patent Roller Syttsm In our Milla, us? non?
?utth? vsry choicest Vtrglnls Wbsat aud our Flour? are th? Unset that oau b-s mad?
?ioepllnguoiia. W? mate th? following brand? :
MYMR A BRlll.LKS BKBI PATKNT Sl'PKRI.A 11 VK
URRMANIA XXXXX EXTRA, GKRMANIA XX KXTRA
WH1TK PLAIN rVTRA.
Ws msk?(?hotos Ksmlly Meal Mill Fatal? of all ?lud?. W? pay th? HWbaat Obi
I'rltaatef WUsat sud Dera m M'.Il or store. Ot -? ua a rail before you buy or ?ell.
MYER & BHULLE
p. v ii.iniiii Pesetas Msisa-sa a. RaauoLru howabb
Conway, Gordon & Garnett
COMMIKCK HTKK?T, FRIDKKICKBBUKO, VA.
Han open? II A. M. I Bank close? ft P M Collection? made on all point
?w ? JOHN M. GRIFFIN,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fine Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars.
Agencv Pabit Milwaukee Larger Beer ?nd best tonic. We siso h s ve i u stock Ales
Porter, Stout, etc. W?O B Street
AN IMMENSE STOCK.
The great-advance in all cotton goods has caused us to buy early
the largest stock of goods we have ever had. This was mceaaary
to enable us to sell them to you at old prices. This has been the
sharpest advance 1 have seen in 20 years, except in two instances.
How much higher, or how long tbe advance will bold, no one can
tell. So to be on the safe side I would advise you to buy early what
We can still sell you a very good Brown Cotton at Se., a better one
at 4c, and tbe best at 5c. My stock has been well bought, and
goods well bought are half sold, wan wellfsaid. We honestly believe
we own today one of the cheapest, if not tbe cheapest stock of goods
in any retail store in Virginia. No matter what you want in
DRY GOODS OR NOTIONS
try Baker before you buy, and if we fail to sell you we will make
iho other fellow sell you cheap.
E. T. BAKER
MARKET CORNER. FREPERICKSBUR?, VA.
SHOES AND HATS !
Our spring- stock is now complet?, a larger and better ?asoi tinent tban ever be for?. Our
price? are made to lit LfAOn T/AsT CC Wu h*'") ?tl11 ,he "P to-date
thins? in Men's Black rT ?H fTLJ I IIVI COi aod Tan Shoes. Aleo heavy
shoe?. Our Ladle? and ?'hlldren'e Shoe? and Oxford* are the prettiest aod Ixsat nttlii?- shoes
In the City. Wecall your attention to our line of Men's and Uoya' Crash and 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 Valuo.
Ladies Genuine Dongola Butt. Coin Toe Pat. Leather tips, $1.5<?
Ladies Genuine Dongola Lace, Coin Toe,Pat. Leather tips.f l.fio
Same in COMMON SENSE TOES, all sizes.
This is without any exception the very best shoe produced
for the money.
BR?LLE d TIMBERLAKE.
921 Main Street. Opp. Market Entrance
OEORQB ORA VATI,
Manufacturer snd Dealer In
OA8BIA0I8, 8U-R1Y8, BU'-vyil_
t?lNlORU AND iriNDF t WAttONI,
Platform Spring Wagons.
Business and Pleaaure Wagon? ef every
l ?eecrlptlon. Hpaxlal attention ?teen lo re
i a>?lrinr end renetnttnt
I ? -.
GEO. J. FLETCHER.
: AKCMITKCr AND BUII.DKK.
Plans, 8p<Ki0cationa, Elevations, net alia.
-Work of all kinds In tba building line.
Thorough personal lupsrvis?u of sll
nota, town or oonntrv.
JOHN F. SCOTT
-DI1LII I? ?
Hardware and Hirdfin Sptdiltlts,
On? door below Uhas. Wallaes A Bra.
? vom. Lraa or ?
Barb Wir?, Ouns, Pistols, Kasors, Knivf
Ac., will be sold at rsdnosd prtoss to suit th,
lb? timas. Money oan be saved by porehss
ne at H<><) r r H Hardware Store.
Jobo G. Murkmnp Co
P. McCracken, Bro. & Co.,
? WHOLMALI AMD R?TTAIl??
?ROCER8 AND LIQUOR DRAI.BKB.
Offer Ten Thousand Gallons FI" I K*i 8
and BOURBON WHI8KIK8, from il? loi
lowing well known distilleries : Graft ?* Oo.
of Ohio; Boone County Distilling Oo., of
Kentucky Monticeiio Distillery, of Mary?
land, and W. P. Gray, of Pennsylvania.
Agents for Bergner 4 Kna-le a Leger Beer?
They also offer Bupleand Fancy Oroosriss.
Agricultural ImplamsnU, Bee?ls, Uueuo, sud
The Place To
I have in stock and bought for SPOT
CASH, 1?) different brands of whiskey,
as follows: King I ?ear, |4 ; Live Oak,
|4 ; Apple wood, $.', Anchor Kye, $i ;
Bourbon Kye, $1 50; Upperten, |l.?0;
Koibury Kye, M ; Club House XXXI
i'ure Kye, ft ; J W. Harper, |4 ; Pure
Old Stockton, |4; Star A, f? , Indian
Hill, $'J ; Old Tenneesee, $.', Anderson
County, $J; Pure Diatilltxi Whi?. 100
proof f.' ? Good, $1 Ml Pure Moun?
tain Brandies from t? :;, to |4.
I also have a full line of Foreign and
Domestic Wine?, Tobacco, Cigars aud
Cigarettes of the liest branda. When
you want the beat aud cheapest tiro
certes I have them I pay the highest
cash price for FUK.
All orders from the country aud city
have my careful amipersonal attention
(Jome to my store before you purohaee
MKS J. F MJNKOE,
Commerce street, Frederickaburg, Va
PAMILY U KIM'KRIK? OV ALL minim.
My stock of Liquors Is large, ?xtutlatlug of
foreign and Oomeetlc KKANlMa?.
I'ure Apple wood and Farmers' Friend furs
kye Whiskey, %. a galluu.
MAUNIKM'KNi ArTLK BKANIHf, Watt
Oor. 0OMM8K08 AND LIBERTY BIB
That Honest Dealings,
Full Measure and
bave built us the largest trade
in this city.
Inspect our stock before you tusks
yi.ur purchases for tbe holidays.
We gu?rante satisfaction
Whiskey from $1.20 per ?al. ip.
Sii Brands Ryes at $2 per gal.
Also higher grades
Whiskies, Brandies, Gins,
and in fact everything found in a
nrst-class Uquor and Tobacco House
Straaburger & Son,
III and 111* Conmeroe St
ELK RUN WHISKEY.
This celehrsUd brand cf KBNTI'CKY
Pl'KKKYK WHI?KKY. guaranteed UM
proof and - yea's oltl at I- pergal on is tor
tale hy Mrs J. F Monroe, ('oui?erce
street, Kredericksburg, Va. For Bator u
has no superior at the price It is ? '??uoib
pleasant to drink, met there is not a head
arbe in a gallon Come and try it, sud fWt
will buy no other,
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Fare Bye Whiskey, Fare, Old *uam, Fare
Holland Uin, I'ure Sherry Wins, Furs
Kreuch Brandy, Furs Apple Brandy,
Pure Peach Brandy, Pure Blackberry
Brandy. A complete stock of Ll?iuort
for mwlical use at the old ?suable
CHAS. WALLACE* BRO.
Cor. Main Oommaros Uta.
IfKBDBKTCKHBUKU, a . VA.
Kye Whiskey, tbe beet on ?he markst,
S'i per gallon, 100 proof, 4 years old.
For aale by
MHS. J. F. M ON ROI.
GEORGE W. WROTEN.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTO?.
?vin rumian Plans and Bpecl?oatioa?, wii
routract for erectiug all elaaaee t?t
Building?; furnish hand? by tit?
day and superintend tbe work
In town or country
SSW" <'liantes rr??nable
A. MASON QARNBR.
Contractor aad Builder.
"rlnoeaa Ann? it-, Opposite Tyler'a rouaSry
nfUuaran tees all work in his Hue to be Sob*
??romptly and Id a Brst-elass raauna? at reek
E. K. WHEELER,
tJucoeeeor of Williams ct Wheeler), oouducts
the UNJJKKTAKINU BUBIN1?B at the old
ataud, comer Main and Charlotte streets. All
orden from boms snd abroad promptly aud
aUsfsotorily attended to either st night or
Hearse and Carriagee always ready to at
tend funerala. Tbanklngthe pnblie for pel
orases so gsnsroosly beetowed.be sski
oontfnnanee of the same.
AND DIA LIB II
(lenta' Furnlihlng Goods
My Stock Is now oomplsts In every depart?
ment, consisting of the latest styles snd beet
fabrics from French, English, Boote h and
American manufactures, selected wltb tbe
greatest care with the view to supply the
wants and taste of every customer Ivsry
Bottom Prices and Satisfaction
Also full Uns of tienta' Furnishing Qooda
such ee Drees Shirts, Night BblrU, Drawers,
Oollare, Cuffs, Ulovea, Biaspender?, Starts,
'lies, Bilk and Unen Handkerchiefs, Half
Boss. Scarf Pins, Cuff and Collar Buttons.
Watch Chains and Charms, Silk, Alpaca and
Gingham Umbrella?, ?fee.
Mr '?'I and examine ear stack
Fine and Ground
Five oars Fine and Ground Alusa
Salt, la store and to arrive.
MAGRATH * OHXSLEY.