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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and manufacturing Interests of Predericksbury: and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
vol. 1r>.?No. 50
Fredericksburg Va. Tuesday May 2. 4899.
Price 'A cei
One of the Few Opportunities of Life
Never was such money savers and trade drawers to be found in one store as you will iind at
BAKER'S. When we say we have a bargain we mean something ; we mean the article was bought at
les3 than its value, and will be sold at less than it is worth, or you can buy it for at other places, and
this we guarantee to do in the following named ?articles and many others which we have not space ?to
ti<> Black Worsted Skirts at 69c. -ach, worth $1.00.
125 Black Worsted Skirts at 89c, worth $1.50.
Ho Black Figured Worsted Skirts at 99c, worth $1.7.'?and
4o Fin*4 Figured Skhts at $2.50 and $2.75, worth "^ t ? ? *
55 Extra Fine Worsted skirts at 13.00 and I3.?0, worth
t'.r?.5o and 16.00. Such an opportunity yon have never had an?l
will not likely have again to buy such goods at about Bo cents
on th?? dollar.
89 Pieces Ladies all-wool 50-inch Cloths at :>7}<' : never
sold for less than .v? and 60c; have rill colors and Black. Such
a bargain is seldom found.
16 Pieces 6-1 Worsted Presa Goods in Hlack an?l Colors al
l?0c ; regular pri<??** 15c.
60 Pieces Simpson 3 4 Percales at only 5c per yard.
15 Pieces Sea Island yard-wide Percale at 5c; same goods
yon pay 19}c for at other places.
8 Pieces Wash Silk in Checks, Plaids and Stripes, all pure
Silk, at 50c per yard. They are bean ti ful and cheap.
75 Pieces Fine Tavury Madras, beautiful for shin Waists
and warm weathei Dresses, at 10c, worth 15c.
50 Pieces Vassal Figured Organdie, worth v and loc, only
6?c j ?er yard.
2ti Pieces Plain White Organdie at 12$, I.*?, 2o, 2:? and 33c,
w "i id 16, 29, 25, '7- and 50c.
lou Pieces India Linen from '?c to 25c per yard : sheer and
tin?' : they are cheap. 2o pieces ?lo at 2c ?per yard, worth 4c.
, 40'? Pieces White, Plaid, Check and Striped Muslin a at
3Jc, 5c and tUc, worth 5c, 8c and LOc per yard.
3,. Vards 7 v Brown Cotton at only 3c per yard.
yards good yard-wide Brown Cotton at 4c per yard . fine and
heavy. Great vaines in Bleach Cotton.
One case 2" pieces) New York Mills Bleach Blieeting, we
regard as the best made, at only 20c per yard : present value 25c.
'Hie greatest value in K?-<1 and Whit?- Table ?Damask evei
offered in Fredericksburg.
13 Pieces Wool Cassimere at 50c : regular price II.Oo. :::;
pieces all wool do. at 39c, worth 68?c, and a big lot of cbeapei
meres at 20c and 25c
200 Pieces Cottonadeg al Sec, Iu and I2?c, that are dirt
It! 1' Cm tain Si-rim that sold at l-.c and 20c pel
yard. Yon can buy at 8?b. 8J< and 10c pe? yard. Von should
s^e them t<? appreciate how cheap they are.
Dozen Ladies', Children's and Men's [lose and Ball
l?os-' at lc, 5c, . l"c. I2jc and on up to 25c.
I"" Dozen Ladies' an I Gent's Gauze Shirts an?l Drawers to
be sold at.a sai ? ' I
Our immense stock has forced us to rent extra ware rooms to store it. This stock has been
the talk of the town. If you have $10 to spend in Dry Goods it will pay you to ride 40 miles to spend
it at BAKER'S. We have many other things to interest you that we have not space to mention. Come
and see. We want everybody to come.
E. T. BAKER,
The Leader. Market Corner, Fredericksburg, Va.
KeKular f I size,our price 75?'f?
Plastera B ?ftO (the bent,
regular prioe 20cts., oar
Tonio Hypopho?phit*B, reg?
ular $1 size, our price 75. ts
Small ?ize .regular price M
et?., our price .?iO^s.
i they are the Standard. 1
Large size box . 20?t*
Small Bise box. 5 -ta.
Oorn Cure Liquid. JO*?.
Anodyne Headache Tablets 10ct?.
Tooth Ache Oure.TO0?8
Mi*. ? Modern fosusj,
901 Main St.
Tbe Birth Place of Low Prices.
GEORGS FREEMAN. JP
?500 bushel? of oorn wanted Highest
nuh pfioe paid.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
FREE TO VIRGINIANS
IN THE ACADEMIC SCHOOL**.
Letter?, Siienett. Law,M?"lii'iiiP.EnK"n?'erin(i.
SESSION BEI.INSl.Vrn 8ErTKMIil.ll.
For <-attt!o|rue ad?reave
P. B. IIAKKINOER. Chrtirman.
ap*-'?!m Cliail?ttt-Hvllle, Va.
John O. Hurkarap Co
W. B. COVINGTON,
Cor. MAIN AND MILFORO BTKKKTS,
BOWLING GREEN. VA.
Poed? th? Hungry, Clothe? the naked,
tkkM ear? of tbe ?tea, and burie? tbe dead.
A full Una of ?Vitrina and Casket? alway?
on band to t>? fnruia>><**d at lowest price?.
mr7-3m W. B. COVLNOTON
vi ? :tt "? ^?|e]& *:* ? a ?i
All Makes, All Prices
e OIL CLOTH, RBFRIQERATORS,
E. C. NINDE,
DOUBLE FURNITURE STORES,
. I i-fflKBtltttej'- ??? ..ata
I-OR SUIM.RIOR -UTllI I
which on account of their ?????* ano ? v-nn
are specially advised for meiilolnsl nrpoi
Bold and recommeniled bv
('HAS. WALLACE? BKO.
?*. 0, HTRABSnB'JlR,
Krrrlarirkah'i t?. v a
P We have juat received from tho Vol
* man Sponge Oo , of New York, a
Q splendid assortment of Sponges, and
? . when yon n??ed a Sponge for any
|\ purpose we will be glad to show
G you our stock. We have thorn at
all prices and grades, from a 18
p Slate Sponge to a 50 cent Bath
JOHNSTON & PEARSON,
SUMMER LAW SCHOOL,
UMivteaiTV or Virginia.
30th Stimmer Term. July 1 to Sept. 1, 18t?.
In mountainous and non-malarial aeettea of
Virulilla These courses have proved |K*culiar
ly prolltaM?? to beginners: torandldatesfor ad
initclot? to the l??r and to practitioner- wkobara
1?( ki<l ityntematlr iuMtrnrtion or ne?-<l review.
Jr'or ?-atalogu?-, addrt?i K. f. Mimik, Ser'v.
One car Syrup in barr?*Is, half bamll
and tins, juat received.
MAGRATH ?"fe OHX8LBT,
QEO. J. FLETCHER,
ARCUITKIT AND B?ILDKK,
Hans, Biteritirationa, Klevationa Detail*.
Woik of all kin?? in the building line.
Thorough personal suiter vision of ?l
work, town or eonntrVi
: , .n a?i ?i ?I Ml i? Julia
Handel ?on i Bd Oth? i Note?
i 11???.(.? .mi.-ii . ..f The I- iee Lani i
? ?i inge ? ' ntj '. i . April "'"
< ?m i.?i?n.??.. are ii"w anxioua i i ? lin
? Im n pi tnl in?- In*. I.?i d?laye?! I
?I ilifli ill? % m |iie|i ?nu:' the I m?l
\\ heal baa Impi >vm| >' J hot
i- r iiher thirsty n"?s
: th m f??r \. ?i in?l
?re bringing fair pri e?
M< mlei ii iv.? b ?I the Mi i
? there i - e ilisiilei ?l.l?
? .1 t ii.tt H will i M'l'1" ""? fund ?v
?I I' iniUI Ii V I? ?' elll | V e?e||f,|
iiinli-i . ing pi ?*?.? eta by the
in i i \S illie M i etui.
?' llldiil it. - ir. \s nging \\ tr
? M iil mi isinn" I? lu ..lui)
?Ii. vin- i.f tiie independ? i
m.n' ' infeeiiti, Amendment
tk th.. contest i- more thin lire
ly, while the ?herllTttlty i*? alm?jal n
reach I i> <h I'annel, preeent Incom
i?'nr. and Monday, who.tllcialmrarii
is olean und above c inplainl In Taj
La Dlstriol ftir.e aspire to the inpervi.
-er-liip Frank Ularke, preaent ?
incumbent ; .1 .1 ('.?-> v, the ?ride.
,?w,ike lu-un-*?i in ?ii. ol Lah r?', and
Oapl A M Daniel, who i* known far
mid i? ?n "f poah und eiio-r
Mt- L M ?Dowardln and Mies Alloc
left fer their Richmond home Thurs?
day, after it pleasant visit to Mr and
Mrs L (r. BorniM, ?>f Pine T ;.
' inpuny hare moved
their nw mill fmm LooiM t.. Aotioeh
W 'i n Stake?, and rail?? ni.uk th?
muddy p ?rtioni >( their rnut<\ untouch?
ed m the road where they men thrown
the ?team harm orer the mire.
(?eo tie men, thee? thingi ilmuM not lay
in the wak?* of -indi popular lumher
and wheat threehim ?
Tbe I.?-? - ?d rite* were paid the
mem ry of Mis? Julia, the p polar, lor*
baj; daugbtor of Mr. and Mr* .1 M,
Hendenoo, UbM Friday ai th?- family
oemtHery Aft?-r a painful iUneea tin*?
splendid young (Jhriatian fell ?*?-.l?-*p in
Jeaua A lar?*? thrurng uf friend* ?aiui
relativea fathered ahoal the ??rave and
buried her beneath ?i profusion of ever*
green? and roeea <>ur sincere eym
patby to tu" ion ?wing pare?te
IMMIGRATION IS INCREASING
foreign?? Apparently AttracN-d be Suc?
cess or he War With Spun
Prom Hgurea to bt obtainad in the
Borsan "f Immigration, prasidsd ovst
i>y Oommissionar Powdsrly, it is fonnd
thai immigration i- onos miro on tin
ineteaae, ami there in do way of tilling
whether it trill again deorease. Tita
Inoream dates from fin* ending of the
irar with Spain. Foreigners seem t>?
luvt- Loen altraotad to tin? United I ?I
hy tin- fad thai thin country defeated
Spain so easily. 01 mrss (his is not
the muni reason fur th" Incri msa, it is
said, bnl it is one of Ihe reasons which
started afreeb the deaire t<> oonui to the
i nited State??.
The ntunbef of imniigrants arriving;
m tint country took a big fall daring
the year 1887. Thero had also ?"?'?'ii a
decrease in 188*3 compared with pre?
vious year? Commissioner Powderlj
had hoped thut the total immigration
would never Inoreasa over the nambei
For the aii months ending Oeoembet
Si, 1898, the total immigration to the
I raited States through our own ports
and those of Canada was 107,608? of
winch 50,808 were males and 51, lo? fe?
males. For the rlrnt six months of 1807
there was not much of a decrease, hut
the decrease during the last six months
of the year was heavy. For the six
months ending December "3, IS!'?, the
total number of arrivals was 98,170, the
number of males being 111,168 and the
females 47,909. The decrease over the
aame period of the previous year was
During the six months ended Decem?
ber II, 1898, the total immigration was
188,Ht, about 10,000 greater than ?he
same period of the year before, sod
more than is.OOo greater than the same
period of two years before. The num?
ber of males arriving for the six months
mentioned was 70,004; females, M,979.
The great increase for that period be?
gan in August of last year, just about
the time of the announcement of a ces?
sation of hostilities between Spain and
the l'nited States.
For the six moutha of 1807 Italy fur?
nished a larger number of immigrants
than any other country, the figures for
the principal countries being: Italy,
20,618; Russia, 18,888; Ireland, 10,889;
Germany, 0,488; Sweden, 8 ?908; Hun?
gary, 1,865, and England, 8,678. Ger?
many, Ireland and Sweden furnish
more females than males in the number
of their immigrants. Of the Irish im?
migrants ?l.liil were females ; Sweden,
4,701 females, and Germany, 1,889
Tetter. Salt?Rheum and Ecxema,
The intense itching and smarting in?
cident to these diseases, is instantly
allayed by applying Chamberlain'a Eye
and Skin Ointment. Many very had
cases have b?-?n permanently cured by
it. It is equally efficient for itching
piles and a favorate remedy for aore
nipple?, chapped hand, chilblains,
frost bites and chronin ?ore eyee. '?ficta,
per box For aale by M. M. Lewi?
Fren the Brown Kan a l'enetr?
The Htltii i?
We il ? n th
ffhn ir?' ili?|.i ' i
lu iiiently th ?t h?ll im r< I? i "ii
ippine I- ! ?iiiIh have I.e.-n froin tun
mein ?! i.tl " th. br iwn m ??r - i try
?t least that is the !?? i bing ol III
win h. in it in liter i I Hu?
ll it i,e ?tipp I ??? the
.??I and k ?v? ni".! by In iwn men
couutli ? ? n- ?Ii. Sp in
???.?i api e iroil u|i?iii ti I ?i? ?
? he Hire,, hundred ? )?? ?r*
minai Span ntiiimd
|ll H"t? . ? I ! V ?Ile '-e , \ n ,,
. I d a n Cri til?' aim '
I he \ ne i l. te a H h III the
.?-lllll.lt. d I- ie|l-:-tlli ' . tell
iu? 111 .(?s ot br?i * n men, "he bun .!>?'!
?h .n- ?iid \ ? 11 a men . he r:> ? ' lin? -.?
m aud ah m? Mann i, and .?I. ut I
thonaand white men, ne irly all
stay hi the island?, never seemed to
have pursued the policy of Pizzarn in
Peroot iirt.. m Mexico nor waa Wey*
1er when captain*general of tbe Philip.
pines, distinguished t >r any ol thotC
aotionc which made hii ntune famous,
ir Infamous, In Ouba M b ?>
tbe population is being pr do fed bythe
policy of ''benevolent aaaimilation, "
and the rigorous methods of oivilisa
Um and Obristianization Introduced
under the ?President's reoent proclama*
nm?, we are withool the manne ol
knowing with abeolote certainty, in
th?* cbeenoe of reoent itatisl Still,
private letters from soldiers *piving in
the Phillpplnea ierre < i in] :
some ?'xtenf. the defloianoiec In the
catile dispatch?*! In tin- i ? bus,
a Mr. N. A. J McDonald f s tit
L-tke City, nerving m the Utah bat
t?*ry. writing on the 2?td i ; Pebruary,
says: "UtMcial reports tmj over four
thonaand two hundred native? have
in-en huried l>y American troops How
many they have buried themselves and
how many are dead in the brush I
At a still lattet i ate, ft I
member of the Tenth Pennsylvanii
.wtiUjs. "Wehave i.n inthis i
Sghting bnslness now for twenty tin?*
days, ami bavs baso ander lire for ti?
greater part of the time. The nigger
shoot over one anothe/'a beads or an;
other old way. liven while I am writ
Ing this, the blaok boys are bang?1|
away at mir outpoata, bol they ror]
aeldom hit anybody. Tin- morning <?
th? Uth a burying detail from our regi
ment hurled forty-nine nigger inliste?
men and two Digger i
when we atopped ohasing them th?
night in fore we oould see them oarry
ing a great many with lb? m We an
aapposed to have killed about thn-?
A member of ih" Waahingl in regi?
ment, desuribing the aoene after the
lighting around Manila, h iv- : 'Tin
nexl day after the battle we went aren
the battle field in tqusds, burying the
dead Diggers I -:i\> -?'Vfiity font 1'ur
led m one hole We would rake then
up in a pile, dig a hole and damp them
in, throw a little dirt over them ami
go ahead. In the path of the Wash?
ington r?gissent and liattery 1), of the
Sixth Artillery, there were 1 ,008 dead
niggers and a great many wounded.
We burned all th"ir DOUSS* I don'l
know Imw many men, women and
children the Tennessee boys did kill.
They would not take any prlsooen.
i hie company of the Tennessee hoys
wiM sent intoheadi'uarters with thirty
prisoners, and got there with ahout
1 ?mi chickens and no prisoners. "
A member of the Kansas regiment,
describing the scene of yet latter date,
the charge of his regiment at Caloocan,
writes enthusiastically : "It was fine
shooting, as if if was open ground we
picked them off like ?juail " The
same writer adds : Company I had
taken a few prisoners and stopped.
The colonel ordered them into line,and
finally 8ent Captain Bishop back to
start them. There occurred the hatd
est sight 1 ever saw They had four
prisoners, and did not know what to do
with them. They asked Captain Bish?
op what to do,and he said : "Von know
the orders," and four natives fell
The New York Evening Post*, in ad?
dition to the foregoing extract?, in an
editorial article on Monday upon ''Our
Savage War ' for Humanity,' " copies
from the Brooklyn Eagle of Sunday a
private letter just received from Fred
B. Hinchman, formerly a student in
the Polytechnic InstitOt-e, who is now
serving with Company A, United
States Engineers,and whose testimony,
it adds, "on this point would of itself
be conclusive" Writing from Manila
on the ttd of February aud describing
the first engagement between our forces
and the natives, Mr. Hinchman says:
' At 1 ::)0 o'clock the general gave me
a memorandum with regard to sending
out a Tennessee battalion to the line.
He tersely put it that ? they were look?
ing for a fight' At the Pii-nte Col?
gante Isnspension bridge I met one of
our company, who told me that the
Ktiurteenth and Washingtons were driv?
ing all before them and taking no pris?
oners. This is now our rule of proosd
ore for cause." After delivering his
message Mr. Hinchman returned to
headijuarters and adds : ''I reached the
ollice at :i p. m , just in time to see a
platoon of the Washingtons with about
fifty prisoner?, who had been taken be?
fore they learned how not to take
~ ABSOLUTELY PURE
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
I with th? M
brown man's c lUUtry .al ex?
planations furnished from Washington
? ? n. r ?: I, iwt? n s r? ?
it ion to L ?i un ? de I', ly and
i turn The object, II is
M i- ?Mu; lv t ' ?cafter bi ?
? Hi. n ,t?ves ne?s i.f th?- i
linn promised by the Philippine com
? the pro lamatioi
prep ?Ml by the president of ? I
? rslty Th - i med by tbe
acting ?1 at the ItVai Da?
partaient, win wm reportad in Mon
?. -a\ Me ? ' ' ? Ii ll ?Vl'i
doubtless, noticed that Ueneral Lawton
carefully refrained from burning any
of the Tillages captured by him or o? m
mttting any daui ti.'*' Other than was
absolutely n?'*? ssary to tb<
in? operationa 1 understand that he
will release all th' prlsxMten that he
has taken,and they will bu sent to their
borne? By this action it is hoped that
he will prove to the Filipinos that the
Ameri ans an not as barbnrona as al*
leged and that we propone to treat the
Filipinos humanely." At the tame
time General Wlieaton.alsoin command
of an expedition operating in anoibei
direction, composed m part of tbe
Tenth Pennaylvaniaand Second Oiregon
Kegimenr, aud before whuM advanoc
the natives are reported to have re?
treated toward the mountains, burning
their villages behind them, tolagraphs
from tbe Beld to Oeneral Otis: "They
would not wait to be killed " I? it
p .??ible that the Itatemenl In regard to
Oeneral Lawton's Intention t.. "re.
hi? prisoners is merely a ?-uphe
niisiu employed at the War Department
- tibe the method of disposing of
prieonen mentioned in tbe soldier?'
we have qUO??ed and which Mr.
Htnchn.in sttt"? is n m ?? our rule of
prooednre," and which oonsiets, appa
r<"itly, m killing all, without di-tiu ?
tion of at;p Of
A KrightfDl Binder.
Will often cause ? horribla Hum.
Scald. OutorBtniss Bncklen's Ami u
the beat la the world, will kill
the pain and promptly heal it. Cures
re-, I leers, Bol -
all Skin Irruptions. Best Pile cure on
earth ?nly95cts abox. Onreguaran
teed s dd by M. M. Lewis, Druggist.
The Boston Transcript says that two
yare ?go a Maine luml?-ring party,not
besag ?lile to tiud the oonvenl
green ash foi planking their shud, had
reooura t i green rock maple slab
The heat started the sap in the
which babbled and hissed aboal the
fish, Imparting it- delicate fl i\nr to the
dish when ready to be served and loi
it was discovered that a new table de?
licacy had in mi added t; the world's
cuisine Now there is no mois green
ash planked shad f?;r the Maine people
but sugar maple every tune."
You feel the blood rushing
But what kind of blood?
That ia the question.
Is it pure blood or Impure
If the blood Is Impure then
you are weak and languid;
your appetite is poor and your
digestion is weak. You can?
not sleep well and the morn?
ing finds you unprepared for
the work of the d?y. Your
cheeks are pale and your com?
plexion is sallow. You are
troubled with pimples, boils, ?
or some eruption of the akin.W
Wby not purify your blood ? 1
will do It. Take It a few days
and then put your finger on
your pulse again. You can
feel the difference. It Is
stronger and your circulation
better. Send for our book on
If you are bilious, tske
Ayer's Pills. They greatly
aid tbe Sarsaparilla, They
cure constipation also, m
WrMm to our Doctor*.
WrtteUinu frerlraJI tba purttcutara
ia you? ???. Vou e'll receive e
, wUlioat ooas.
?M. lili. J. O. AYER
A. B. NOTTS & Co.,
NUI. LIM.AIX?.. NDKMNITT
nines? ?>r tni? kind
e iiui'i. ? ? ? ??<??*in#
???...'??i.niU ?-?.'a. 117.111.i??' aurplus,
in Mi? I .?ill- ??
Idiug ?mi p Inn s and other
fri'-iMts can pe? 11399 OALKNDABI by
call 11 -
S. WILLIS HOWARD,
\N< I. AMi i ULI I' I ION A?.I S I
FKKDKKI?K.SHI KO, VA.
me weems SfeamDoaf Go.
? - Ai: I AN?
BALTIMOliK rTBCDUUCKBBUM ANL>
KA ITAHANNO? K RIVER KOUTK.
Dll M' iy, Vmii Ii I
Uuiiinoi.il. Westmoreland met Kas-BJ will
L'fht Mr. et. Baltimore, ? vary
t) Slid I i .'In} ii? i U p. i- . i i o?? I
erickaliurg and all ?hir ?- un tbi
Keturniutr, ?rill lea m I- r< 'l?-rn a^iur,
P. m. (tide i ? and Ttmrs
?).?*.. !? tu., l ..eda> and
? " p. m..
f. i r N -
May Port, Ueturoll n - s a'
? I inirs.lay foi Ha I
l.. ? a I jtajr.for
TappMlianDock ami a ?. ?-xi-epl
(luv Port, V I I alerr) l'oint. Ku
? Tai'i-uharnoek nt0a.m.
M ? more
NOK KOLK K?>r IK
Norfolk Ht 15
m.(noou) Friday stopping at ?II lanlinas.
No freight receivi-tl for outgoing steamers
after 4 p. ni., on sailing dsva.
Freight rereivtsd for ail stations on Po?
tomac, Fre?ler,cksburg, A I'ieti.-iont B. K.
POTOMAC KIVI-.K KOt'T?.
nina; Tu? r rrtb,
i Potomac will ni?\i- Pier 9, I.lfht
*ir..'. is.?.! mon m Up. in. Tuesday and
Sainrday lor II,e Put. mac Klvcr, railingat
i ? rtuxin's, U-wiKt-itaV,
Mm. ?li> -ks, C.iwart'a, Wninut Poln' (nan,Kin
tinig. win ?"?'hart,
it t p. in, lliuia?lay. failing
? aliove mentioned wharves,
infill Leo?inltowti ?a. ro. Monday,
.?Ml Frl?iay. Koiaa,?'. IL' m? Miller's
4 p. id p. in-, Macon'f at S p. m.,
arriving in Ha ti mo re early Tuesday
ami Saturday murniiitni.
: 'tally at Pier ?, Light
IIKMtV WH .IAM8. Arent.
at llaltlmore, MS
RPHBN80N & UKO..ArenU,
at Washington. 0. C
K BY ? OMPTON, Agent,
at Norfolk, Va
W. D. SCOTT. Agent,
at Krederlekaburg, V?.
Has Moved His Tonsorial Parlor
Mr. Charles Lawson ha? _<?ved bliTonsorial
Parlor from upper Commerce atrculto the
office lately occupied by the Free Lance,
where he la prepared to do all work such a?
dha'-tng. Hair Cutting, Shampooing and H?U
Dreading In the most artistic manner. H
shop Is large and commodious, always ooo
even In this moat oppressive weather. Neat
ness and the latest style of work will be ont
of the chief features of tbl establishment,
give mea oaII,
?p a m an r.Awaow.
??"?..- -. ?"?*-- ?
Just received ? large lot of
Blinds, Cypress Shingles
N. C. Flooring and
which I seh cheaper than any on? alas
In tbe city.
Call and set my price? before buytnt
18 Con mere? Street and National Rnnltvar*
S. H. BE?LE,
ha\lnc iHiutrht out the entire Hardware
dtock of John A. btone, will continu? tbe
at tbe OLD 8TANO, on COM M KKCI ST.. anc?
la now lay in? In a full NKW htih k of
(lOOlH in tbe Hardware Mne wblcb b? will
sell at tbe
Lowest Cash Prices,
W o? and a?? bis ottot* you buy,