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Devoted to The Agricultural, Commercial and manufacturing Interests of Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
vol. lf>.?No. 57
Fredericksburg Va. Thursoay May IS, 1^9.).
Price 3 cents
V I'W *? I'V I I. The?
The styles of close-fitting Skirts
almosl compel some figures to wear
mall bustle, and we have jus I
opened a line oi' these that are
adapted perfectly to the require f
ment s 01 the skirt und form, which
we would like yon ti? see.
.1 Vl.iT 25
THIS STYLE 50c
E. W. STEARNS,
OPERA HOUSE DRY GOODS STORE.
3EORGE W. WHO f EN.
Hi'll.lUik AND CONTRACTOR.
'? furnish i'laiis and Bperittral on? ? I
rail for erecting all ClaaSM
lings; furnish It* li
.1 **Tij-**riuteti.i the - ir?
in lown or coun;-y
hW ( l'sr^N ressonanlc
A. MASCN GAf*NkR.
Contractor and Builder,
''rlccca? Ann?- ?t.. IrppctSlM Tj l I - Kmindr
RF~tiuaran-.ee.? a., ?ora --t-dnn
prompt > gnd m a Irar a a<- manni r *i ru^-i
E. K. WHEELER,
tJacc??88or of William*) A Wheeler), wndncU
ine UNUKKTAKINU BUBlNKBBs
Itaud. comer Main and ? liar.otte ?treats. Al
Orilers from hoiue and abroad promptly and
??tiafarto-ily attended to either ?t
New Spring Millinery.
II ?i. (?iris ami II
Um.t? and li
MRS. IT E. TOHPKIN5
810 B Street.
Trie weems steamDoat Go.
SPUINti ABKAM. I M ?
BAl.TIMOP.K FKKIIKKI? KHIUKd AND
BAPPAH&NM?<'K im-Ki: ROUT?.
?in and aftei Friday, fan -h 1 I
Hichra.I. Westmoreland and l- '*. will
leave Pier I!. L g ht turret, Baltli.-. ? very
,, an?! i i .-ii) .i' ? Up. m . iei
irg and all wharves on the roer
((?turning, will leave Prt*deriekshtirg at4.-*
p.m. tide permitting.) Monda) and Tlnir
day. Leed t'iwnat t>m id., Tueadaj and
I i i-laj im Baltimore.
Leave Baltimore Wednesday, al I -? p. m..
ml all wharvel i" low, e*K*ep1
i:.u r..n. Ueliirning will leave Naj o? al
- j'.i m.,on 'I'lnii-.i.iv for Baltimore.
Leave Baltimore al 4 *< p m., Thur.ailay.fnr
Tappabannncl ami all wharves below, ?rieepl
i;.. Port, Mille-ibc-uk and Men*) P??ln1 He
turning will leave Tappahannoch atBa.m.
M..h.uy. for Baltimore
NORFOLK ion it..
Will leave Tappahannnck for Norfolk ?it l"
?.tnoon) Frida) ?topping at all landing?.
Will leave Norfolk at up. m. Sat urda) foi
rappahanno? k, calling si ail landing?.
Nofreigjlll received lor outgoing ateamer?
afi-r 4 p. in., on sailing, ?lav?.
I-reicht receiv.'.i for all station? on Po?
tomac KredcrirkHhiir)-, A Piedmont K. K.
POTOMAC UIVKU ItOlTR.
Beginning Tuesday, De?-rmher :?7t h.
?teamer Potomac will leavs Pier 9, Light
.in it. Baltimore at rip. m. Ttn-*.iay an.I
Saturday for the Potoma? Kiver, ??ailing at
Mill?-r* a llrniiie'-.ltm iin'?.l?r?Mi:i?. LcwlBotta,
n.i nil n ks. ? ??wart*?, Wn nut Pu i ii I,I "..un. K in
hale, Mund)'? l'unit, I . .lire A.larnH. Pine]
Point, AbelPa, Leonardiown, Coburn'a, Hew
ar.i'H and steii.-s. On Tuesday ool) im Lan
caster. Hu?hwood.Hiver?lde,Llverp?30l Point,
(ii)inniit, Alexandria ?ml Washington.
Ra>turning, Will leave Tt!i Street Wharf,
\\ nstiliigton. at 4 p. m. 'I hur-nliiy. calling
at alt ?>t the above mentioored wharve?,
leaving Lconardtows ?; a. m. Monday,
and Friday. Kuiaalc. 12 m., Milleri
4 p. ni.. G rason's at 5 p. m . Bacon4? ut ? p. m.,
arriving in Baltimore ?any Tuesday
and Saturday mornings.
Freight received dally at Pier '?>, Light
IIKNKV WILLIAMS. Agent,
at Baltiroor??. Md
MTRPHRNSON* BKO.. Agenta,
at Washington. I>. L4
KKV COMPTON, Agent.
at Norl?.Ik. Va
W. I). SCOTT. Agent.
at KrederU-kHtnir?/. V*
uOHN F. SCOTT
? DlaLIB IB ?
Hard fare tod Hardware Specialties,
?i? ?loor below Cha?. Wellsee ? Bro.
? ?DLL LrSS Of ?
B?r?. Wir?, (luna, Pistols. Karors, Knlv*
Ac , will Im Mid at reduced price? to ?nit th
tb? times. Money can it? saved by pnreh?*
Dg st il?Orrti Hard war? Htore.
\Se IlllVe J li -1 l?| i-la il tt.i iai.
finest line o? OXFORD TIES we have
shown. They were made to order lor
us by the best factory and we can rec
eornmend them highly ft >r lit and wear.
They are made on "Bull Dog," and in
Opera" and ''Common Sensi 1 )
and E. lasts.
SMITH & COGHILL,
OU K Str. -t lr- rii ri< ,-? .-. V ?
SMITH & COGHILL
Strictly Good Value.
Ladies < i.? nui in- Dongola Butt. Coin Tne I'.-n. Leather t i ]>s, * l fit)
LadiesGennin?? Dongola Lace, Coin T Pal i.":iili*-r ti] - -1 f>?>
Same in COMMON SENSE TOES, a] ?
This is without any exception the very best ?_?'?*? ] roduced
for tii>- money.
BR?LLE & T?MBERLAKE.
921 Ma n H r? et, ? >..-.. Merkel Entrant*
AN IMMENSE STOCK.
? at-adyance in ?. 1J cotton go? ?? bny < uly
t'.e largeal stock ol f/?>?n?s we Imv? ? v i : ad
nable us t?> .-t 11 them to yon Ht ol ? ? the
irp si advance I h m v?* seen in 20 y I in two in I
How much higher, ?a bow long the advance ?till hi Id, no one ran
So to lie <>n the safe aid? 1 would ndvi i? j u to buy ? a ? ly a
yon ':? ? d.
We can still tM-11 you a very (rood Brown C? tton al 3c, a better o? i
ai l-.. and tlie liest at '< ?. My stock Ii*?.- been wi II bought, hi ?1
goods wi II lioiifrlit art* hhlf mid.was wi II said. We honestly believe
we own today one of tin? cheapest, if uol the cheap*! t i lock ol good
in HTiv r?'tf.;l store in Virpinin. No matt? r wlint you want in
DRY GOODS OR NOTIONS
try Baker before you Imy, and if wo fa I
the other fellow '?-il you cheap.
yon we ? ill make
E. T. BAKER
MARKET CO UN ER.
The Excelsior Roller Mills
GILT EDGE FAMILY. HIGH GRADE FAMILY
HIGH GRADE EXTRA. CHOICE FAMILY
FREDERICKSBURG EXTRA FLOURS
all of wlnni will hi off?r?-.l io the trail?' Low tor ('ash. Ualland ?XI?lint 1- 'our h tut ft?
8rlis?lnlfi of Klonr Is si follows : <?. K. l'amily, 50 cent* pt?r ? ?-r?! abnv* II. ?. Hrtrs
a?vt Kre?!?rlclribnrK Kitra :<n r?*nts below il. U. Kxtra.
G. H, PETTIT. PROPRIETOR.
JOHN M. GRIFFIN.
Maple and fancy Groceries,
Tine Liquors, Tobacco and Ciifars.
Arenrv I'.iln-t Milwankpp Liner Iteer ?"?t best tonic. Wi
'inter, htniil. ele. uni K Si reft
have m ? link Ale*
and as a rule there isn't much improve?
Devoe's Lead and Zinc Paint
on your house and the improvement is
not only perceptible, but permanent.
For interior decoration this same paint
in combination with some of our select
makes a charming effect.
Adams' Book Store.
"BEFORE BABY IS EORN."
A Valuable I.ittlo Book of In!
to All Women Bent Fl
Every woman looksforw ai I witl feel
oi Jny Indeacrilmhl - ? i I
one jrri-nt event in her life, I
pared with which all other? pale Into in*
?ignihVance. HirwpriMid ah? will f* ?*1
w ; .-n her babe fteatlrt on her hi
how h\veet tin* naiu?oi "MotherI" *ind
yet, lier ntiti''ii'nti.'ti of tlni ov. tit i
clouded with dread of th?* pain and dan
t-.-r nf the ordeal, ao that?) la lmpuiii?i*
ile to avoid (ho feeling of fonsbiiding
which <*p?*?'i>rt over her. The danger
and suffering attendntit up? m b?-ing a
mother can i?e entlrvly -prevented, en
that th? onming of tl?*-> little ?<
need notlie livuktil forward to with fear.
livery woman who rendu thia, Canolilnin
fre?'a valuable little book entitled "i -
fore Baby ii Ji-irti." bf h.-iiiIihk h?Bf ad
?lr?-? to tho Braafleld r ('...
Atlanta, (ta. This lunik, contains price*
le*i Information for all women, a
?vna should fail to send for it.
i Correspondence f l he Kre? i. mi .
New laondon, \ ? , M t\
Mr |*awren< ??? ? ? Miller, t ?I I : iri la,
i-? viiiting m the home of Mi i
T Itoulware, ne.tr tln
Mi-s hi ?it* Mills ha- returned to her
home, m Kai mouth, after a i
*? i-it to friend*, an i relal ii ? ? in < ' u
Mi-- I.,1 ird in, : f AI tl mi i,
iting Mr- i l, Clarke,
Misa I, Sue l lollaw ii. \? !; i h i
tea hing aoho ! neu I), loa, h i- returr.
el to her borne, ' ' llloomi i h
much lo th? delight - t her m
Mr. Landon U B alwai
been quit??? sick at hii h< me
Spring,"with the measles, iaont again
II- will return to Washington ne-tl
week, much to tbe regret if hi? m my
Mi?-, l) kiay Jon? i, : v, bil
Iting al the boma 11 Mr Tom _I
R ?| pah an nock \ i ?
M Iaa Edna Baria 1'ravia baa i
tn her home, New London, alt?*i ?
.-it visit t i relal iveaj, i?,- ,r I
M ai ?
tend tbe N iron tUheld in j
Wo an- ?_lu<i I i re] ri M it Mr M illie
II illoway ii oui again, aftei i linger?
S . ? ?. I!
A ?'iiy Wiihciit Offleiali
A diapatefa from Kohorao I
? The ''ity of (Ireentown, tln
!?? perhapi the le i-t g iverned city ?'1 it*
-]/? m Aunt lo t
"Although it bai 2,500 inhabitants
largely made np of glaai t > i ? ? \s ? ?
other factory banda the town h.i* ii"
mayor, marahal, policeman no! even a
"Tin* town Ii governed bya
trmteea, who meet once ? month to al
low electric light, water, gaaand other
claima. A justice of the peace residing
m the luburbi reaigned a few wi ek? ago
ami moved to thin city, having no ofll?
"A iiiarahal wuh elected a ye ir ago,
but reaigned beoauae there was noth?
ing fur bin to do. Another was elect?
ed this ?pring.hut be refuaed to qualify.
"The jail wan wold years aco f,.r a
Bluhoj? of ihe Norlh ThIp
Tho Ilish.ip of Newfoundland rule? ?
vawt and diernel dloeeee He told Ihe
Colonial and Continental Uhoroh So
ciety in London the Other day tlnit I a i -* "
sway had ju*.t been extended tu the
He feared that one day pome chornh
peuple might Ret then? In t, nnd tlien
accuse him of neglecting his d?itv
SnakPi at a Dollar a Foot
A well known physician of Phila?
delphia, who spent last summer >r |
hotel in the mountains near (JeUycbnrg
Iiecanie ho much interested in snake?
that he has decided to make a stndy if
the hahits of the mitler andooptperhead
ipeelee. He has written a Iftt?*r to a
friend stating that ho will pay *d .*>?>
each for good healthy live snakes of
these species. Furthermore, the doctor
says he is willing to buy a large nnm
lier at that price, ami offers an extra In*
duee'iient of #1 per foot for nil enakl?*
over three feet in length.
A Uhanee For Old Lad'?1*
An Alalium i newspaper prints this
advertisement: "fo the L-adtos : lam
a widower, ninety-seven years old and
I am looking around for a smart wife
about eighty years?one who kn >w?
how to work and wor.ld be willing to
help manage the farm. No y-mng girls
needapely I want a woman who has at
least sixty years' experience, and I
promise to make such a one happy I i
the rest of her life. "
1 had a little boy who was nearly
(ln.nl from an atUck of whoopim
cough. My neighbors recommended
Chamberlain's Cough Bccnodj. 1 did
not think that any medicine weiildhelp
him. but after giving him a few doses
of that remedy I noticed an improve?
ment, and one bottle cured him entire
ly. It is the best cough medicine I
ever had in the house. ? J. I,. Moore,
South Hurgettetown, l'a. For sal? by
M. M. Lewis, Druggist.
B ah?p l'erriek Wi d TaU
i -; i -i ? 'itiz m ?
(rj l<? wh eh le
?a a-, Itl
? h me, '' le- - lid ' ' >\c nu
kill lele. IU?' Ill I'' All I l' i t'
?i Ii m hi re \S?? don l '.-.
V f r i i *u m j i n t r f. "
ttion o| ti?
in tin- r miti v. h" di i-|.ired th o il
iv ? i 'limit hail
I.n I le lliotighl lert ???- -Ii -ni I
i .-? 11 m uml
li tn in lie- \V. -I
. ami \\ hen be .- tue- t ? t hi
i i . ras tl ? mini? ?
ter, he ? it? l nf tie- African Meth??disl
p il i Ihuri ii d ? h i-i ever w en
Hishop il nelv lat? i i-e- ?ne presiding
n iw both are bish p ?
utinued the III
k id neat i in I lie age demand??
m .-in rate I niini-tiy I'rearhi i in
i it un i \t.-nt a- lender"
,.r.l Hi- v < uld i. ?
well m ignnr m
i ver been m
treatei n by h th n
II ? ?ppe iled t.. members t In- r a ? t
en in the I u i :
nit declaretl thai parsing resolut i na
Ile advii-ed ti it i n- with
the whiten l?e i i i leeting
in w ? I men in tie- N .rth
'vu.mute t,, tin?
lid : 'ir i>
? to 1 , ng range bol
th it kind i?l re? ur people lo
ill km!-, and !? t the e autrj in-ar m
t ' tii it. but not abuse the people
try We. tnoit adtnonieh onr young
. md n -; ??' ' the law "t the
t'.-d au m-'
his pi iva?. ?n the
men of th lemued the
r.-tie,. ?ill tbe
ira r?- i?lo i ' I c?ter
"Il - em? imp saible f r North rn
n to understand th? relationship
. bi 'a -n the old-fa?
.m.i in- Southern m utter, - >nt
: ? i it.? ii Kpes the line looking and
;i \ DI .' i;e|>r.--.ntafl\e fmiii the
Petersburg (Va district, at Chamber*
? Old i n ile Willie Bland, a e mstitu
eiit ,,f mine, tell? ix true itory which
illustrates th.- Virginia negro'a pride in
in- master. Uncle WiIIh waaafamous
dining**r n m servant, having been train?
ed t , tins service |n tbe diatinguiahed
family t i whom he belonged and whose
name he I'.-ars. Just aft.-r the war be?
fweeii the State-, (?ell Hut 1er an. 1 ? it her
he, letal .th ?era, itationed atOlty Point,
ne'er Petersburg, Va , gave a dinner, to
which were invited several iirmiiineiit
Citizens "f that place. Among tin m
w.i? den [loger A Pryor, my prede
? m CJongrees, The rest of the
,- besl told In the crordi of Uncle
"(?"ii Botler had done heard of my
Inlity to wall mi ?ic table, su h?' sent
fur inf. De ule 'ornan, che washed my
apon ami I peered 'fore degemmen jes'
ai 'spectahle u 1 oonld, consider!n' ?l?>
war ?ras ?ber. I wait mi dat table in
my bee' Style, and when de dinner was
ober didn't nar one dem rich Yankee?
giv?- me a cent. De war liad left Item
Roger natty po' and a lug family un his
haii'ls, but dat didn't make no differ*
nnce ; be wee c gemmen bora and never
'peani greater in In? life He ranned
hi- li.?nd in his pocket and gave me a
tw"-duiiar greenback,de fust one lerer
seed 1 took it, but I watched my
'?h ?nee. i hatched Mar??* ?Roger ?outbe
hin' de barn I say, Marse Roger, I
?ert'nly is (*la?l dat you made dat show
whar dem Yanks was, but l know ?lis
is de last dollar you got In de world.
Take luck dis nii.iiey and buy Mi??
s ?rah end de children cotne breed
"('null there be anything mote pa?
thetic than this set of the old time
d rkey. Truly, it was the touch of
?nature that mskec the whole world
It tin? ?tato uf friend-hip had been
let ulune between the white man and
negro WS would not have had many ?f
the troubles With which we now have
Then I? moreCatanli In this ?action ?if th?
country than ill .-?her diseases put together,
and un sw ye in wa.? cupp?
be Incurable. Forsgeal many years doc
tors pronoun? id it a local dl?en*e, und p'e
ramedtoe, and by oooBtantly
failing to cur.- **?ih local treatment pro
i it Incurable. s-icm-e has proven
eatarrhtobea ooaatltatloaal 'lis?a?c. and
tberef? ? , onstltutioiisl treatment.
1 starrt Cure csaantactured '
? henev \ Co.. Toledo. Ohio, h i In- onlyOUn
?titiilioiial ? ure on the market. Iti? taken
iiiieiii.illy in doat'8 fmm In drops ton teas
poonlul. It ?ictsdlrt-ctly on the Mood and
mm on? M?rlate?.if the system. They offer
one hundred dollars lor any esse M liulsl"
i ine. Send h>r circulars and testimonial??.
A.ldreSM. F.J I UK**. BY g ? ??.. Toledo, ? ?.
Hold iiy lirugglsi?.
Halla Family Pilla are the U-st
SAM HOSE'S CRIME
. IT I NO CON1 LUSIONS
i '.n .: i..Linn v/t, n 01
'I hi liei i- ?? m It? i
. ? II II- ?i-.s irfh I i to ii
f til. 1 V 111 I
- im II me In m- in-* letter he lei
ol th.- !ii.|>">u-ii.-s and brutality l?l tl:
f 11 ?mi H- n inlaiti n I ;
i-, th it tii. retribution, ti irible as
was, \? a- natural, an.I th it he canni
? might have ,? me it he ha
.re Then le- t up t
i ?I t inn, -h iwing th it for th
t the South ami th" whole Ian
some n-ni. dy t r h o hinj' should t
i|e\ i-. i| 1 n.- |,rt. ris in pail a- folio? -
I :?e people ol i Iftorgia are \s illini
?ndgeo, pr ?vided the judgment i
and an- more ready to a.-eu
thcmselvi - than we are t i acense them
fhej t ik'- . . |nw of the situa
l ii n a- ?se ol the N rtli do, and a- ? IW
i k a n medy fi r existing evil
.?- the spirit ol progress could desire.
? ? I he case ' t Ham' II ?e, altas 'i bom i
Wilki -, h.is one peculiarity namel;
thai il c mu it t ?? dnpli ated In the ins
:' tin- or any othet country, Hi
i mi. in it- bid? ousni - I *
it- , -n v was -i nply uutbinkabl .
" I he in ighborho kI w i- :
re was vengeance in the air. lie
n, law, even oivlliz itlon, wai
? f. Tin- populace was frunti' , I
no i ne could tell whoso family migh
i ex! be di v ?stated. The bi II of i
P ?--i in bi J he m m a i
i by whit.--?, by blacks, by a hi.1
hound at la-t caught. Was any t< rtun
too great - rhey 1 -t sight ..f the fao
thai -. me methods nf pniiUhmenl de
those UI).. Inflict it, and bl n .
them tn the level of ih" lavage The]
were beside themaelvei with an un
ntr 'lied thirst f .r revenge tb< j
thought of th"ir own wlvei end daugh
t' t- end their bl< od b? at in their ?reini
like a peni np tide In a tempeat, ' Km
pity il..m, ?. d forgive tbem ' I In |
were not men ; they were n
Their fuiy knew no bounda
? l he calm second thoughl h i
i -.-. usure yon thai everybody ron
la the part ha took In ilia
tragedy 'I ton* wi t -. fivi
??id i e iple on the loene, and ?*x
i en easily resorted to by a er >wd.
Wh t' a doaen men can d i a th
oan, Numbers fan a flame into
Han m m. I bave talked with all
of the p-- iple here iu Atlanta,
aie! i . ? ?', rich, ami not I
m in h - ? i any opinion save, ne
" We ?hall 1?' greatly puxzled untan
we i-m fully grasp the aoclal iltuati? a
here, which ii very different from any
tbiogto be fonud In the North I am
n t at all -un- that we should ourselves
have pursued any other oourae under the
otrcumitancea The cry wbiohmadothe
welkin riiii?' was 'We niu-t protect our
wivei und daughters,' and that is the
key to th" problem. If my wife or
m ithei or lister had been outraged l?y a
doubled-dyed villlan, 1 can't tell you
what I would or would m ; do, When
the matter n brought home 11 yonraelf
you recognise its horror, There are no
lengthl to which you would not go in
the way of pun lahmen t. It is eaay t"
condemn athouaand mtleaaway,but hard
t i condemn when on the ipot with a like
fete staring you in the face. I neither
plead nor excuse ; I simply ?ay thai I
also am hum in.
"Ninety five per rent, of the negroes
hive the entire confidence of their em
ptoyeri They are respe-ted beoause
they are Uw khldlog eitr/.'tis. They
have property Interest! of their own to
guard, an 1 a man who has a few hnn
dred >l 'II tn at il ike is a conservative,
Bol the ? per 11 nt. of fellows who are
nut only Ignorant, but vicious, who
know no restrain! and wllloommit any
oriuie without compunction, hare ample
opportunity to perpetrate deeds of dar?
in),'deviltry, andas at present e-'ii-ti
tuteil tin? ?if ?pli* of the region are
powerless to prote-t themselvrs, and
lue in the continua] rxmsoiousnesa of
A woman dare not trust herself at
any distance from her liuine after dark.
With niii" i??1''? "i'r "'' r,'M whom she
may meet she will be as safe as at her
owe lireside. it is the unknown tenth
whom she feats. W<? run hardly con
reive of this state of sffalrs, hut it it
ihe actual OOndlttOO in many coiintiee
in this State and in the ether BtalaS ol
The following eiiitunai continent oe
the recent lynchlngc In fjeorgie from
the current issue of Harper's Weekly it
also slgnlleenl M indicating that the
peuple of the North are at last begin?
ning to understand the situation in the
Booth. Harper's Weekly says:
"Whatever any Northern reader may
feel about the burning of the negro
Sam Hose and the lynching of the
negro preacher Strickland, in Georgia,
OOS thing he should always bear in
mind, that there is no vital diff?rence
b dween the white man in the South
and the white man in the North, und
that what white men do in (ieurgia
white nient from Haw V-'rk, ur Massa
chus?tts, or Minnesota would probably
do in Georgia nnder similar circum
A county in Georgia went
stark etesy over Sam Ho?4. Northern
readers cannot understand it. A letter
has come to the Weekly from aGeorgia
woman which toll? a story of Sam
Hose's crime as Georgia understands it?
It is hardly a letter that the Weekly
may print, but it may all be beli. rod,
?^ Abs?lutlly Pure
Mtikes the food more delicious end wholesome
end II h? Ips to an
wli it ha? hspi ? ned. '
lier? -i wh.it thii
-v mid b" - . iiiything th ??
might follow inch i
committed it tnsy
cm juatify sn h an
"V' r 11 i--, hnf there 1- pl? nty tl
explain it 'i in- men ami wi men ?if the
South tl ? .in unruly
negroes can only be restrained from
horrible ci m
by ?win and terrible p | We
of th'- North ha? .;" rience i f
ili. ?e crimes, but
?ml we know W li
each crime? story
fSam li ?
reap ndent has written it :
lute indifference to ti.. inff? r
i f ?te, it hi: - the mind w ith
terrer and mak?
. t ? 11' rent mi- h
crimes is jnstifled. >ts the
? ?he s..:ii H ??? lynch?
ing and only wonders whether it wa.?
? - X I ??" 11 ?
ndent < l tic- 1 :
script, who has been itudying the
negro problem in the Booth ?. ?
gather from a standpoint friendly to
that se ti m, i- - imp? li? l tu m i
following admission in a re
?4 Th?- j? ople of tin Norl
veiy impel f?
ru'.e, and do nut hail' weigh the burden
and ?i ?u the Smith which his
pn lence m such large nomberi i
sarily constitute* Much of th.- N
em criticism of S inthern affair? i? an*
intelligent. This is apparent tu every
man un the border Une who hi- anj
opportunity wb ate ter t
Cap'ured t'atLcn at 2Cuni'a
Many sppltoati ?n? h ?v.- been in ni" tu
the War Department requesting th t
all i. inn enptored m the
Philippines be lamed orer t i th?
as ?r p ? i.? regiment? m
th.. cap? h Ri ?,i. ?'- if tl
oame from many >f the We ?
try Vlg ?r cable i fj?n Otis
nig what there was m the way of such
that nnder I
all ub? il.- e osnnon are t . i .? turn? d
over to the Bpanish gon rnment '1 his
would ni ilud ? nearly all the piec? ? taken
m Mam; ?. a? the Fillpini ? h ???
such gnni in their army.
Then' ?'an I ?? n?> ?locht that the m ?t
obliging postmaster In the State? f Mis?
souri, and probably in the Unlttd
Bi des, lives at BetbeL tie n ently
put a telephone In his office, and sn
nounced that for the benefit of those
ont-of-town patrons who are oonn?scted
by wire and who in ly desire it. lie will
open their letters and will read tl
tents to them over the 'phone.
If It was only health, we
misfit let it cling.
but it Is e cough. On- cold
no sooner passes off before
another comes. Hut it's the
same old cough all the time.
And it's the same, old story,
too. There Is lirst the cold,
then the cot-gh, then pneu?
monia or consumption with the
long sickness, and life tremb?
ling in the balance.
Ayer s ]
loosens the grasp of your cough.
The congestion of the throat A^
snd lungs is removed; all in- s^A
flammation Is subdued; the 1
parts are put perfectly at rest M
and th? cough drops away. It WE
has no diseased tissues on j
which to hang.
Cherry Pectoral I
draws out Inflammation of the Mf
Karoanib.T we hur? a Mpritrnl T>?p?rt.
maitt. If too hat? an j. eomiilalot wliat
iiu and daalra ilia imat itukIIo?! aa? a
Ton eu poaalblr uuuln. writ? tl??
doctor fraaly. Ton will rocaW? a S
?raaapt raplr. w1tli?..?t r?at.
Iddma. UK. J. O. AVFR. m\
Lowall, a?a?. I .*
P. iracCracken, Bro. & Co..
? ? A*?t) KtTAIL?
?JOB Dl M.V.I'M.
lal one PI'KK I'.YK
UN W H ISM M from the fol
< ?., of
/, of Mary
di Onane ?ml
ROO E R?ES.
: Or1 Abb K1ND8.
lera I- risod I'nr?
.?.'?'I) Y Wa.14
I ? ?itHHTYBTH.
That Honest Uealings,
Full Measure and
built ns the largi -t trade
in tills city.
Inspect ? fore you make
We gu?rante BatiafaUtlOta.
Wliiskey irr m $1.20 per gal. ap.
Sli Brands Ryes at $2 per gal,
higher gi i
Whiskies, Brandies, Gins,
and in fscl everything fiuinil In s
Strasburgs & Son,
ELK RUN WHISKEY.
brand <. f KKNM'CKY
irai ;..si pm
*- i<*r ^?l'on ia for
; Monroe, ? unime-ce
\ a For llavur it
- -n isith,
? - : '
a? he in i . ? aad von
?Aib buy no other.
? Mam, I'nr?
" Wine, I'ure
ilrandy. l'i.-.- Apple Krandy,
? randy, Tore Klack berry
? k uf l.upior?
. <? old Keliabls
CHAS. WALLACE & BRO.
Katn i'ot.w.o-?*? Ms,
?KRICKHBUKU, * ? VA.
A. B. BOTTS & Co.,
is of thl? klod
. te rteeii nre
over ?'-.??'?? uii'ti, $i;.;*jn,oun surplua,
, iDShlj tin Ht nu.trvai ?nd aafeat
in the arorld. ?nir rH?. * *?r<- as n-aaonabln ai
are anywiere to be had. ami woaballalwajr?
m acTviiiH you. Office? directly
; IK, PBESEHT ONI A' THE JH
of this nuuiitry and Europa Assets
orer lit'iy million dollar?. I*?>w
and just m ttlumenta
S. WILLIS HOWARD,
INSI It A NCR AND COLLECTION AQKNT.
FOI? SUP PIOR -VkTICLE
Whlfl? . -i? .votan
?veitXViailv ?utviaa-O f,,, D.f.iflnal ur^oi
Bold and i-????mended ir
CH18. WA 1.1.A? Ka BUG,
?tKAMUl -M .
(HENRY DANNEHL. Pmor.)
tturopoau and A?orioan pian, duaai. Usa
?latctrlclty. Ooratorti.blc Koobis. fSountlful
i ?hi ?ood Uaata' * ' ?? ?? ai.la r?Ua
4 walliiii.pHod IIAHand URIAH. LIQOOH
KHTAIII.IHHMUNT in o?ani??it'on, " uoa*
?n r* ta.? ?r. "Huntrrv. Wtmr* o? Dre."