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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and Hanufacturinj? Interests of Fredericksburjr and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
vol. 1f>.-No. 54- Fbedericksburo Va. Thursday May 11. 1899._Price3 cent3
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The styles of close-fitting Skirts
almost compel some figures to wear
a small bustle, and we have just
opened a line of these that are
adapted perfectly to the require
.nente oi the skirt and form, which
we would like you to see.
THIS STYLE 2?
THIS STYLE 50c
E. W. STEARNS,
OPERA HOUSE DRY GOODS STORE.
Tue weems Sieamfioat Co.
SPRING AKRANQBMI N I l-i*
UAFTaKANN-JCK RIYSB B< I I K.
On an?) aftei Friday, Parct ;
Richmond, Westmoreland and Esees will
l-save Pier ?. Labt Street, Huit'ui'.ie. ? very
* ?Il I II l.||l\ lit 4 I ? p. U fOl I Mal
. irHii.i ait wharves ?n tu? river
Returning, will l-eave Frede ichaburR atS-JU
P. m. .ti.l.* p. rruitti' . M ij Thun
Uv. Leedstown ut ? ij an?!
1 i Uy for llaltiuK.rv
Leave Baltlmon Wednesday, at 4:30 p. m., I
forNaylor'saadall wbarvel t..*...?-. except
Ray Port, K.-niininiMM*! leave Naj
Bit) a m,, on 1 hureday rflr bal timor?.
Leave Baltimore at 4%W p m., rhur?day,for '
'ra|>|"Mhaiii. -.-k hi*?1 ??.: ? Ii-im'-s U *.. u *
ita> Pon MiiifiiU-t-a aii.i sserry P..lnt Ke
tin u him ? i.i leave Tappahannoek at S a. a.
at..ii.l:ty. for lia ti inore
m. m? m. m l lai? stopping al s landings,
a ... s ^ at ?? (?. in. Sal m ,
rappahannock, calling a) ..
No freight received lor outgoing steamers
after 4 t>. ni . on sailing davs.
. 'it rect'ivt-.i for all stations on Po?
tomac Fredericksbnrg. A Piedmont K. K.
POTOMAC KIVKK KOl'TK.
BeftsBlng Tuesday, Deeemlier -ith.
steamer Potomac will leave Pier v. Ligo!
(street, Raltimore r' 5p. m. Tuesdaj and
Hat urda j for tbe Potomac River, calling at
Miller's Urotae'a.Hacon'a.Graaou - I.? ? -? t'a.
Ruudlcka, i ?.warts. Walnut Polnt,Coan, K in
Mundy'i Point, Lodge, a.lams. Pine}
Point, Abelf's, Leonardtown, Coburn'a, H? ??
ard'a and Stone's. On Tuesday ooly for Lan
caster, Huehwood.Blvereide, Liverpool Point,
i, :> m,.m. Alexandria and Washington.
RetarnlBf, will leave 7th Street wharf.
Washington, at t p. m. Thursday, calling
at all Of the above mentioned whar-.fi.
.?'Hvtnv Leonardtown Ha. m. M?.n?iay.
an.i Friday. Kmsaic. II b., Ml leri
4 i? m.. tirHMin'ial 5 p. m.. IIhcoii's at I p. ra..
striving ?n Baltimore early Noada*
an?) Saturdaj mornings.
Kr*i?rbt received daily at I'irr '.-, Light
IIRNRV WILLIAMS. Agent.
at lUltimorc, Mil
STKl'HKNSON A ?KO Agenta.
St WHrlhlllKtOIl, ?. C
?BY COM PTUN, Agent,
at Norfolk, Va
W. D. SCOTT, Aifent.
?t Krerterlokshure. Va.
Has Moved His Tonsorfal Parlor
Mr. Charlea Laweon has moved his Ton*.rial
Parlor from upper Commerce street to the
office lately occupied by the Free Lance,
where ho is prepared todo all work such as
Shaving. Hair Cutting, Shampooing and Hair
Dressing in tbe moat artistic manner. H
shop la large and commodious, always coo I
(ven in this most oppressive weather. Neal
m-ss and the latest style of work will bo ont
of tbe chief featureaof thla establishment
rtUAKI.RH LA WHOM.
I am agent for the celebrated
buckeye Binders & Mowers.
A fnll stock on band. 0?mie and
Tl. U. BISrOE,
We have just received from the Vol
man Sponge Oo., of New York, a
splendid assortment of Springes, and
when you need a Sponge fur any
purpose we will he Riad to show
you onr ?took. We have them at
all prices and grades, from n 1
Slate Sponge to a 50 cent Hath
5 JOHNSTON & PEARSON,
JOHN F. SCOTT
-us*in ff ?
Hardware and Hardware Specialties,
On? door below Chas. Wallaos m Bro.
? SOLL un or ?
Barb Wire, ?nni, Pistols, Rators, KnlvS
Ac, will be sold at reduced prices to suit th
the times. Money can be saved bv pnrebse
nit at Hiorrn Hardware ?tor?
S. H. BEALEi
bai log (?ought ont the entire Hardwaie
.-?t?.. s ut John A. Stone, will continue the
at the OLD STAND, on COMMBKCR ST..and
la now laying in a full NRW STOCK OK
OOODi-i In the Hardware Line which he will
?ell at tbe
Lowest Cash Prices,
tST Oo and see hiss before you bay.
& S* ? ? *? I S? ] tt v w ^
in the World.
You have a chanco to buy the boat
known Puro Cold Dry Air,
The Leonard Gleanable.
We have been appointed direct agents
by the factory and you get thorn at fac?
The best system of Refrigeration known.
E. C. NINDE,
P, V I). COg WA T. CHlBMa hlKSI" N A. Kl I? IH.I.-'H HOWi BD
Conway, Gordon & Garnett
UOMMKRCK STKKKT, KHKOKKIUKHBl'ltG, VA.
Hun ?ip.im II A. M. i Park eins?e R P M ('-rtll-netiom mad*, on ail point
?- ? JOHN M. GRIFFIN,
5 ta pie and Fancy Groceries,
Fine Liquors, Tobacco and Cirars.
Agamej Pabst Milwaukee Larger Reer ?nil best tonic. We also bave in stork Ales
1'orler. Wont, ein. 000 I! Street.
Commerce Street Department Store.
Business getting better, the people Rt.*H?iily Unding out where t?. bay Hi rbom goods for
their mOOey. NeW gOOdS even week, no sbOO Worn gOOdS mom ??lore.
C^mJe^\Cm" A It r\l r\ LJ/?TC_Ul get In almost eyerj weekend
OnUCO AWV LJ fi/n / ?O va* give you the biggest bargains
m both shoes an?l hats
g*%J r\mmm? US?A \W-ha\e hn.l a gc.o.l run on iin.l we lm\ ?> iiimiageil In get
\+* -L \J I r7//VO ;i i"t m New I'oik thai will make them go Pine IS ou nee
clay worsted, ?ill wool, lihie. ?ling'iiui . -Iietlot*. all Wool ?-usinier.*-, and t? 0M grade Of pant*
\\ .* only ask you to .all a ml we the g.Is.
jt-s 1__ ? a J IV i_I HT._.ln*-t n-i-i-iveil a nlee lot silk front
Shirts and Neck Wear? " ?? ? " k" ????
-Wim louiiu 1,VVI? Tf VUI laundried shirts with fancy boa
one and detached cuffs to ssatcbed, ISeents. Par?ale shirts B, 90 and ?to ?seats. Mice lot of
Bcarfa, l...ws, lour in hand and string ties. All Very cheap,
The beet i-onda in town for your
rip a mm.*m,JS /"* ! ~.~ ? ~ ' "?? '"'"t i'"'?'>k 'i town for your
I OnflCCO anil lLyl?r?a.rS??,."?y. WepayBSOreforour?eentS
1 UUawu ?Il VA vivais cigar? tbau the other bou
therei.ire give voiiia-tter goods for your money. We carry glltbebesl guides oi chewing
..king tobaeco. We earrj other lines, but no room to men. Ion, Call on US, get better
quality and save money on the MUM goods au?l quality,
BOSTON VARIETY STORE, 309 Commerce St.
Om car Syrnp in barrulB, half barrels
and tins, iost receivod.
MAGIIATH & CHKSLKY
QEO. J. FLETCHER,
ARCHITECT AND B?ILDKR,
Clans, Specifications, Elevations. Details.
Work of all kinds in the building line.
Thorough personal supervision of all
work, town or onnntrv.
IV. B. COVINGTON.
Cor. MAIN AND MILFORD 8TRKKT8,
BOWLING GREEN. VA.
Feeds tbe Hungry, Clothes the naked,
takes care of tbe sick, and buries the dead.
A full line of Coffins and Caskets always
on band to be furnished at lowest price?.
mr7-3rn W. B. COVINGTON.
Now crop GARDEN BE EDS
MAGRATH ? OHBSLBY.
New Spring Millinery.
Kvery few days we are ??I'liiig to our new
?iiui.l.eaiitiliil atock Of Millinery. The latent
f-ty 1? s in l.aiiies' straw Sailors, white, mixed
und I.luck, rough an?! ft In in. from '.'."i eenta to
II 90. (?ir's and Hoys' bailors, white and
iin\ei. from ^r.to ii.oo. lleautlful lire of
Muslin Bonnets and Hats for Children, '.in
wlnt* and colora. Just received, and I ?Ban
Offer special bargains In them.
MRS. H. E. TOHPKINS
816 B Street
Don't t-\ke in
t ?? i.", ,i I tncli
tbe lrtle one
mo t In- r and
MOTHER'S FRIEND, the go,
l??ng-tried external liniment, will n
the early distress and the later pains bet?
ter than anything ?'Ne in the world Its
good effects are most marked not only
liefore childbirth, but i
itself and afterward. Distress Is over?
come by It?pains lesstn?sd?Uboi
ened?and subsequent dangers avoided.
Bold by Druggists for $1 a bottla.
Bmmi fcr mm Sm lllaatntai W*k a* tha aat>|aal
BI? PAY OF PREACHERS
Comp nsatlon in Other Profess on* Varies
Or? ally as to Individuals Largest Hal
ary In th<* United state? Paid to LI e in
sura es President
Proa the Chicago Reoord
lu offering Dr. Emil <i Hirsch
f I >.ihh> a year To-fifteen years to rr
iiuiii m its pastor,Sinn oongregatinn,
?if Chicago, will pay bim ?
salary as is received by ?my clergy m in
in tin? l niteii Btatea It i- the ? im
that is im.I Bishop I'? ??t?*r, .?f New
York, who, bowerer, bas a n
famished, heated nod lighted frei
ooet, ami is provided with ? private
secretary. Tha lato Rar. Dr Hall, ol
the Fifth Avenu?? PresbyterianOhnrch,
of Mew York,during the last yean
his life reoeived the largest
paid to a clergyman In the United
Statt'?*, Which was |30,000 I Jf.tr, with
a manse Mr Beeober reoeivi ?
0U0 with?.ut tin? man*-.? l?r II ill
ary proper wan $16,000 Kid $5,010 addit
Tuai was oontrihated by Robert B m
lier and two other wealthy mi mbefl
of the oongregatioo His so
Mr. Ooonell, who eomoe from Regent's
Park Presbyterian Church, of London?
is offend |.0,000 ami a residence
That is the salary paid to Dr .. r* .
Dean of dt, Paul's Cathedral ami Dr
Bradley, D?'au of -ffsstBii?tSf AhN-y,
L D I n Dean Parrar receives |7,000
a year. The hierarchy of the Church
of KuKiand enjoy enormons salaries,
which are neeesrary to maintain thf,
large establishments reqaired f them
The Arehbishop of Canterbury i.lees
|60,000 a year, bnt he n
(???ut of it t?i meet his social tnd
iastlcal obligations at Lembetb Pi
the home of the primate of the Church
of Knglaud. The salary ?if the
bishop of Vork and that ?if the Arch?
bishop of London, is $50,000 a year
The Archbishop of Ireland receives IIS,
500 The <>th'-r BlahopS of the Church
of England ar? paid from ?3,000 to
t'j,C<H) a year. The average pay it
a vicar in England is $8,500 outside
the large cities. In the cities the sal?
ary varies according to the wealth < t
the parish, from $8,800 to $10,0u0.
WHAT WEALTHY CHUKCHIS PAT.
The Episcopalians and Presbyterian?
pay larger salaries than any other ?I? -
nominations, but the pnlpits moat en
vied in the United States are those of
the collegiate lteformed Dutch Church
of New York city. There are seven or
eight churches of that denomination
under the same management ami sup?
ported from an endowment that is ex?
ceedingly rich. Its income is next to
that of Trinity Church, and am-mnts to
several hundred thousand dollars a year.
The pastors of the collegiate churches
are paid $10,000 for life and are allowed
to retire from activo pastoral work when
they reach the age of sixty-five years
Trinity parish is the richest in the
world, and has an income of about $ us), -
000 from buildings and other invest?
ments. It supports live or six churches,
several schools, hospitals ?ml other
charitable institutions and pays the
manager of its business a salary of $io,.
(MX) a year. The rector of Trinity
Ohutch rwoires $12, ,"?o0. The same sal?
ary Is paid by Ht. Thomas' ami St
Bartholomew's. I was. informed by
good authoi.ty that five clergymen in
New York city received that salary and
at least twelve-received $10,000 a jear.
The average pay of a clergyman in New
York city, excepting the pastors i f
mission churches, is probably $8,000,
The editorial profession is not n well
paid. There are probably sixteen edi?
tors in New York, not proprietors of
newspapers, who receive $10,000 n year
or over. The Journal and World have
four each, the Herald two. the Times,
Post and Brooklyn Etgle one each. The
highest editorial salary paid in the
United States is $15,000
Editoiial writers of recognized alnl
ity, city editors, news editors and man?
aging editors on the large daily papers
are paid from $5,000 to $7,500 a year.
PHYSICIANS ANH PROFESSORS.
A few physicians in New York make
very large fees. There are two or three
specialists whose incomes will exceed
$50,000 a year, perhaps ten make $25,
000, and perhaps twenty makes from
$15,000 to $20,000. Ten thousand dol?
lars a year is considered a large prac?
The salaries of onr college professors
do not compare with those of Europe,
although pnblic school teachers in the
United States are paid two or three
times as mnch. The teacher of an ordi
nary school in England, France, or
Germany, who makes $25 a month is
doing very well, bnt several chairs at
Oxford, Cambridge, Edinburgh, 01
g..**-, and Ai H?i*? Universities
worth ffbm * . i -.?
I he ?am ? UfT< i* nee i> found In i
g iveri.: High ?Hi ?lali i
p tid two 01 tin? ?? times .1? much In I
nutty, but ordini
\ not more than on? third
One fourth 111?' C? In;*? li?..tl ?:i that l?.
????i,?-,I f ir oorresp mdlng servi ?es m i
United States The nniverstts profi
s..rs m ljir??; <? often enjoy berediti
grants ami dues fi m itudents, win
are nol ? nstomary in the i Inited Btati
1 li?. ? bur of m,it my in Bdinbur
medical fa? nlty i*- probably the m<
valuable of any pr fessorsbip In t
world,being worth sb ut $33 OOOayei
One of the professorships In the Ui
versity f Berlin is w.irfli $16.000, b
then? the popularity of a profess r h
leal t?i do with Ins nompeni
n .n In tha United States the cnlle
faculties receive from $1,500 I
?'iMK I.Al:?.K I.WYVKIt' l'KK.>,
We hear a ^r.-at deal about th?' em
m. u? fees ?-li tr*.'.*?! by city lawyers, ai
many t?f the stories are, no doubt,tro
Nelaon Uromwell, ?if New York,hastl
reputation of receiving the larges! ring
fee ever paid loan attorney fot a sing
? r\i**... which was $2ft0,000oaahfor s
vising and assisting Decker, Howell
C.i , a linn .?f brokers, ?luring the pan
caused by the collapse of tbe Villa
Northern Paciflosyndicate, about twel*
years n,- ? Ilia clients nol only chee
folly paid this am ?ont, bnt after the
affairs were settled presented him wil
i hand? me silver servioe, properly li
scribed, as a testimonial of th?'ir eonl
? lene.- and gratitude. Mr, Uromwc
? ??1 a ?millar em ?uni, and n a
i\ . v. n mar?., for his servi ? - isoonna
f,.r the receivers "f tbe Northern Paoil
uni Wisconsin Oentral Railroadi
000 was paid t?i th< attorneys who advi
i ?I the reorganii itloo ? mmitl.if il
i oion Paciflo Railroad, but Iheit mi
ontinued f??r sevrai montl
im? ..r ils firms w.*r.- engaged
Jnaa [gnaeio R drlgaes, a Wasbioi
tmi lawyer, reoeived a fee ??f $300,0)
for settling what was kuown as 11
M n claim agina! Spain Qrovar Olevt
! ind u u given a check fur $100,00 ? h
B 0. Meiicdict for his adriea in ti
organisation ?of tbe gas tru-r Walu
l. gan, of New Ybrlt,reoeived $ifio
000 oaeb for his tarritsea la a reoei
will i'??" la Connection! WiUiaas M
Evart? Mi Ob ttm,AleiandarStQreei
Judge Hadley, Francis Lynde Steteoc
and other New Y irk lawyers who do
?.m n buslneas, bava been m ?k
lug a great deal of money recently b
lag In the organisation ?>f traati
Their fees for aooh lervioes trill avei
ajre $36 000, but this money is not onl;
divided am mu' several persons, bnt i
used t?i pay ?mall amr.es pf clerkl
-t-ii..graphers, and assistants A hi,
law firm like Handle*, Leaterbecfa <<
Johnson Will have twenty-five of thirty
and some of them even mota pen in
? m their pay rolla Tracy, BOATdmai
ft Platt,who are counsel forOOatrectOt
and other pulitical clients,make a grea
deal "f money Judge Dillon, tha at
torney f>r the Could system, has ?
salary of $$5,000 9 year. Judge Qary
of Oblongo, who negotiated the re
organisation of tha Federal steel Oom
pany. is said to have made $100,000 it
a few weeks i'resident Harrison h fe?
a? ooanael for the Venezuelan govern
ment before the boundary arbitratioi
at Paria will be $50,000. Ex-Seeretan
Traer, his associate, will receive $25,
000. John W Foster was paid $100,001
for his services as adviser to the ("hi
mse government la negotiating tin
peace tror.ty with Japan.
LAMMT SALARY IN" AMERICA.
The largest salary received by nn-*
person in the United States was pai?lt<
Mr Hyde, lato President of the Equll
able I,ifi. Insurance Company-$100,001
a year Frank Thomson, President Of
of the Pennsylvania Railroad, receive;
$.'iO,(s?0,a year ; Chauncey M Depew, m
President of the New York Oentral, re
cet ved $25,000, and few of the Presi?
dents of the groat trunk lines are paii
John (?ates, as President of the Uli
nojs Streel Company, received a sal an
of $10,000 Four of tho managers of tin
Carnegie Company seceive $35,00
each, together with an interest in thi
profits. At least twelve of the Car
n-uie Mperinteadeata raeetfa $mi,oo<
George Uould, who is President ol
the Western Union, the Missouri Pa?
cific and several other large corporations,
receive-t no salary from any of thein.
Bank Presidents in New Y'ork, wh?
di vite their entire time, are paid from
$10.000 to $25,0.0 a year and enjoy
onnsoal opportunities for making
money outside. The Presidents of sonifl
of the largest banks accept no salary at
all. Mr. Williams, President of the
Chemical National Dank.the largest in
the United States,is paid $100 a month
for his services.
Tlier?* i? in?.re I iitnrrli In this section Ol the
country than all other ?liseuses put to(r?*ther,
und until the last few years was supposed to
be incurable. For a treat many years doc?
tors pronounci-d it u local diseuse, and prc
h.*ril.?*d local remedies, and l.y coiT.iut ?y
telling te cure with lo<al treatment pro
ninidn?! it in? lirai.'?-. Science has proven
catarrh t?. Ik- a constitutional .lisiase, an.l
therefore requires eouatltotlenal treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured l.y K..)
i l.eiiey A ( o? Toledn. uhio. Is the only con?
stitutional cure on the market. It is taken
internally In doses from 10 drops toa teas
l-oontul. It acts directly on the h!ood and
mucous surfaces of the system. They offer
one hundred dollars for any case It fallato
cure. Semi lor circu-ars and testimonials.
Address. 1". ,1 CHUflYA Co., Toledo, O,
>olil l.y DriiKKista, 16o.
Hall's Family Pilla are the beat
Every Small EuMaess Man Using (rush?
ed b>" the Trutt
? i i iiv v> ar? from today Ihi i
n .t be an independent business man In
any I irg.* or in any 0 I : ,??>?
in the Unit? ?I States Bvi i
will l. ? m the h ?ml-? ?if a sti
nlateil organ i z it inn which
trusl It m ill destroy all opp n-untv
f..r independent energy or coni| ? I
?n for that rise ..f young men whii h we
bave boasted, has been one of th?
opportunltlesof this country " Chaun
oey If. Depew,
Thus ipoka the former manager of
Vanderbllt's railroads, who baa recent?
ly been elected to the s? nate fi ;
York He is a distinguished man
whose learnings,intereats and sympath?
ies an? on the aide of wealth, and hit
prophecy cannot lie sai?l to l." based
upon tbe f?'ars of the uniformed, the
"calamity bowlera'-or the demagogues
Ordinarily when a public manir?
newspaper gives expression to r?i?- -?-riri
ment sa clearly Hf.it? ?I l.y Mr. Depew,
the hirelings of trusts make no answer
to say thai he i? a demagogue try
log tu get eleoted by pandering t?? pr j
ii.lu*?. We qo ?te from Mr, Depew be?
cause li?- is known ko be rich himself
and always looked to fin? rich and pow
erfnl for preferment, ami nol !>? ? .
he baa said anything new. < itb< i
famous, have pointed oui this ph *
tha trust as strongly as Mr. 1) |
Referring In tha sniu?? Interview to
? 'the men of small capll d, the firms < t
little means, oompoeed genera]
young men wh? se friends, believing In
their energy, enterprise and honesty
?i iva advanced money that they m
into business" referring t.? these young
men, Mr Depew ? iv
? 'Just -?"? tha frightful competitii n
th-ey hav?. tooontend with. This great
oonoern with it? enormous capital
i town, and, in order to gel tha
business, to erush ?out its weaker oom
petttor, will Dnderaell him, an 1i
?.f it* vast boainem i* an ibb l t > ander*
Beil him 1 le caniint help hwn?e!f,i very
one of thes,? small men baa to go to the
wall. It is a naere Qnaatlon of tima
when this big tirm will absorb and ruin
them all "
To the sain?* effeot speaks tha Repub
lioM Qofatnoc ol Iflehigan, Pingree.
in an ofllotal paper to the Michigan
' If is no extravagance nf ilo-^pajr to
antiotpata tha tima In tha not fat dis?
tant future when the paoe80g8t innl
freight rat?*s an every train traversing
Iba i'.iuntry. when tin? charges for tele?
graph and telephone service In every
and the ownership and OOOtrol
of every ktr??-t oar Una and sub-urban
railroad shall ba centered la one great
pflloe in the city of New York, in the
hands of one board of manager?, m l
ly in the hand-? of one man who
may have the genius and POW? r t > COO
irnl his fellows.
?'It haa Invaded other fi?-lds with tha
power of a glaeier and the rapidity of a
torrent one hy nie each of the ?real
staples which f.irm the neoeesorl
life is falling in the hands of its special
syndicate or trust or trade combine,
whioh are but other names for a group
of men dominated by one man of superior
force and genius, into whose single hand
is concentrated in ?re power than any
king possesses and in comparu >n to
whom the barons of feudal ages were
pigmies in their capacity for extortion
"Even in the small retail trading in
onr citie-i the pn-eesi of concentration
is only too apparent. Our cities no
long.-r present th?? once familiar aspeot
of miles of busy streets, occupied by
thooaands of small bnt respectable mer?
chants, each doing a modest but satis?
factory trade with his more imm?diate
neighbors and In a line to which he
had been mined bj long experience,
looking forward tQ fin? accumulation of
a modest competence for his old age
and to the tran?mission to his heirs of
an honored name and reputation for fair
?haling, which was much of a family
property as his bouao ?>r his gooda
"When tha process of concentration
has worked itself on to completion the
law which governs both priOM and
wages will assert, itself with irresist*
aide force. The consumer will be
.?barged the highest price that can he
s.|m? /.ed out of him ; the laborea will
be paid the lowest wages upon which
he can keep life enough in his body to
perform his daily task. "
Dr. Oady's ?Condition Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not f?>od but
medicine and the best in nse to pnt a
horse in prime condition. Price 25
o?nts per package For sale by M. M.
3ung Of The Shirt Wallt
The shirt waists, the shirt waists
They've captured all the town ;
In stripes, in checks, in curly cues.
In bloc and white and brown.
In spots, in blocks, in wavy lines.
In red and gray and green.
In yellow, ecrn, purple, too.
In tapestry, and sheen.
The shirt waists, the shirt waists.
In rainbows half unrolled
We love'em, oh,we love'em for
The treasures they enfold.
?Cleveland Plain Dealer
I have been a sufferer from chronic
diarrhoea ever since the war and have
used all kinds of medicines for it. At
last I found one remedy that has been
a success as a core, and that is Cham?
berlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy.? P. E (irishaui, UaarsMills,
La For sale by M. M. Lewis, Drug
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
A LUST ISLAND
Under tin? '??
lie :.h?uf i o mu
Mexico and m a \ iri ? :
that ?? far fi* m He* I
commerce on the Am r:.*;T *
At * . I ' 7.
tbony, who is now m this | ?
oral? in tl
research, visited the
gr u[i. With him ?
Islands. .- m I'.i : ?
ami aim -t bare ?
the m tin Island * '
Anthony and the rep irts from I
f til?' I nit
phi h \Isited ir .?
land, with an area of 1
and rising in a
al, n' ' With
vegetation, and its many v
tropical fi D
Now 8 in Bern icto hat
neath the surface ? f ?
tatiOU, a:: 1 the 'i. " f?rtil
mi i?- king lava, while
,,v. t it h .v. rs a * l "f smofca
ani ?team that ponrafrom hug?* fl
at us m*. nntain peak ?8an
If you are young you nat
urally appear so.
If you are old, uhy sp- "
pear so? n
Keep youn^ inwardly; wa
will look fcfier the out?
You need not worry longer
about those little streaks of I
gray; advance agents of age.
will surely restore color to
gray hair; and it will also
give your hair all the wealth
and gloss of early life.
Do not allow the falling of
your hair to threaten you
longerwit'.i baldness. Do not
be annoyed with dandruff.
We will send you our book
on the Hair and Sealp, free
FOR SUPERIOR UTICI P
US sp'HSially SdvHet? let m
Seid bimI reoui
i II ? -, WALLACE d BKO.
i. r. sr.i?i '.i'S ? :.
1$. I30TTS & Co.,
- | kind
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. in Low
S. WILLIS HOWARD,
i non a*
NEW SPRING NOTHING.
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th y will iln*l tie.* -.tun* i i. M I bavc
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K. N. GOOLRICK.
901 Main St.
-VIA It. 1* .V I'. I!. II.?
WHIT MONDAY, MAY 23,
-UV THI -
ladies of Grace Street Bautlst Charcb.
Han? <<k ?ireet?,
Moii.liti A M. Kit
M. ? i
icol Mi TBIP K\Ri":
rlth h? and let at National
I'nr l lii'iulrc of J.
M. I'll* ?
i u "lioppant
mil i*i _
Wood's "Trade Mark Brand."
,, th- t T ail ? ?ir.i.lui'O?
in?)i?' ma kc?l tlni'i ?my ?'"'I1 we havf
?r?. i w ood's * Trad* Mark Brand' >f
.-. utliein-growu German Millet
? ? ?? Cli? ?ilar
. .*? lull lnlurinati'T! ai.?i\it nil
Seasonable Seeds, ?"ow Peas,Sola,
and Velvet Beans, Teoeinte, Sorq
humi Buckwheat. Late Seed Pota?
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
Ismen, ? Richmond, Va.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
FREE TO VIRGINIANS
IN THE ACADEMIC SCHOOLS,
oce, l.aw.Mo.licine.Kngln. .
SESSION HF.liINS 18th SEPT BUB Ell.
1'. H. UABKINOEK. ?" h airman.
ai."*.' Ira Cliarlott? -
SUMMER LAW SCHOOL.
uNivcaaiTv or v.aaiNi?.
?th S?imm??r Term, July 1 t?
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