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SATURDAY.JONI 3. 180b
Locust Qrovs Preciad May Be Thrown
Oat-Arrldeit- Electios of Church
Officer* -Persosal Notes.
(Correspondence of The Free Lan i
Orange County. Va.,
June 1st, 1899.
The recent cold spell was damaging
to field and garden. Several times last
week the murks of frost ?rere visi
ble on garden plants.
The election passed oil quietly, con
sideriug the amount of " boodle " and
brandy iu hand Merchants rep rt
trade an much eulivened l>y the turning
loose of so much * ' free silver, "
it is said that Locust (?rove precinct
will be throwu out, because one of the
judge* of election was a candidate for
office. Should this be done Munday
Would be sheriff
Misse* Barron, of Baltimore, are
guests of Mrs W C draws, mar
Halle's They are popular and much
admired iu our county.
W. H Brown, of Keatn ky. is visit?
ing about Lahor
Miss Elsie Todd, M Louisa, is visit?
ing Mrs. L. II. Laker, of l'ine Top.
Miss Li/./ie Mathews, of Orange, is
visiting her siater, Mrs
Saturday was a day of rush and push
at Orange. L >oton and Qolaam were
loading a train of cars with wheat and
oorn. Seiious accidents often seemed
imminent; teams and engin-s ?yen |u
a general mix-up. During the day L
M. Baker, while passing near the bank
with a spirited pair of mules to a bug?
gy, was thrown violently to the ground
and several times run over by the ve
hide. l>r. Row, who had witnessed
the accident, thought he had a corpse
on baud, but found upon examination
that injuries were not very serious.
Mr. Baker is now at name and doing
W. B. King, Jr . who has l?en n a
visit to relatives in King William and
Richmond, returned last week, much
pleased with his trip.
Rev. Richard Bagby, the popular
Shepherd of the Macedonian flock, held
all day services Sunday. An impress?
ive and instructive sermon iu the morn?
ing was followed in the afternoon by
a roll call of the church, the election
of two elders, F. M. Jackson and V.
B. King; two deacons,Henry Moucure,
and Lee Proctor, and a treasurer. J.
M. Henderson. This impressive meet?
ing revealed a strong and united
I was seriously ali'ucted with a cough
for several years, and last fall hau a
more severe cougb than ever before I
used many remedies without receiving
much relief, and U-ing recommended
to try a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, by a friend, who, knowing
me to be a poor widow, gave it to me,
1 tried lt.and with the most gratifying
results. The first bottle relieved nie
very much and the second bottle has
absolutely cored me. I have not hud
as good health for twenty years. Re
spectfuliy, Mrs. Mary A Heard, Clare
more, Ark. Sold by M. M. Lewis,
Anarchy in Idaho
The Baltimore San says :
"A correspondent of the Engineering
and Mining Journal calls attention to
the chronic character, of the lawless?
ness exhibited by Idaho miners at
Coeur d'Aleue and elsewhere. At pres?
ent Federal troops have been quartered
at the scene of the strike at tin- request
of the Governor, martial law bus been
declared, hundreds of the members of
the proscribed Miners' Union have been
arrested and quiet has been secured.
Order was restored in a like manner
some years ago, but the politicians in
tervened at the first opportunity.
"Criminals were arrested," says the
Journal, "indictments were found and
trial? were had, but not one person was
ever convicted and punished, und the
cruel secret, lawless organization which
had been overrawed by a transient dis?
play of authority returned to power,
and has maintained ever since its prac
oal supremacy over law and justice.
No body has dared to oppose it openly,
or even to make known its tyranny.
What security is there that this tragic
and disgraceful history will not be re?
peated, after military law and Mili?
tary force shall have been withdrawn. "
This systematic and persistent vio?
lence, going to the extent of the des?
truction of life and property on u large
soale, merits the attention of the Phar?
isaical moralists, who direct their gaze
Wholly to the South. Southern lynch?
ing? are the result of the aggressive?
ness of those who are lynched, but in
Idaho the wrong-doing is not purmshed
by lynching or otherwise. The min?
ers, in effect, lynch their employers for
not running their mining properties as
the union requires. The continuance
of this anarchy in Idaho is ascribed by
the Journal two causes : The mine op?
erators do not hang together in oppos?
ing tyranny and the saloon-keepers,
merchants, etc., being dependent
largely on the miner? for patronage,
shelter the evil-doers.
Bad management keeps more people
in poor oircumstanoes than any other
one cause. To be successful one must
look ahead and plan ahead so that when
a favorable opportunity presents itself
be la ready to take advantage of it. A
little forethought will also ?ave much
expense and valuable time. A prudent
and careful man will keep a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy in the house, the
shiftless fellow will watt until necessity
compels it and then ruin his best horse
going for a doctor and have a big doctor
bill to pay, besides ; one pays out 25
oents, the other is out a hundred dollars
and then wonders why his neighbor is
getting richer wbile he is getting poorer
For sale by M. M. Lewis, Druggist.
S. H. BEALEi
ha? In* bought out tbe entire Hardware
?tueK of John A. atone, will continue tbe
.? th* OLD STAND, on COMMEHCI HT.,and
??^w iarlu* in ? full NEW BTOCK OF
?OOD8 lu tbe Hardware Une wbloh he will
*ar- o* sa? ?m hlsi before you buy.
S. S. S. GOES
TO THE BOTTOM.
In every test made 8. 8. 8. easily
demonstrate! its superiority over other
blood remellen It matters not bow ob?
stinate the case, nor what other treat?
ment ,.r remedies have failed, 8. S. S.
always promptly reaches and cures ani
Promptly Reaches the Seat
of ail Blood Diseases and
n xi. m > m
IITrK thP Wflm R?KP? ?ineage where the blood Ig in anyway Involved
UUIOO HIC I?UI?1 UdoB5. Everyone who has had experience with
,, blood diseases knows that there are no ail?
ments or troubles so obstinate and difficult to cure. Very few remedies claim
to cure su,-!, real, deep seated blood diseaeea m S. S. S. cures, and none can
?controvertible evidence of merit S s S is not merely a tonic?it
? goee down to the very sent of all blood diseases, and gets at the
is a our,
es out livery
i he very worst caae?, and routath? poison from the system ltd,..-.
r remedies, dry up the poison and hide it from view temporarily
only to Dtvnk forth again more violently than ever; S. S. S forcei
trace of tu.nt, and rids th? system of it forei er.
Mrs.T. W. Lee, Montgomery, Ala , writes: "Someyears
ago I was Inoculated with poison by a nurse who Infected
my babe with blood taint. I was covered with sores and
ulcers from head to foot, and in my great extremity 1 prayed
to die. Several prominent physicians treated me, but all
to no purpose. The mercury and potash which they
gave me seemed to add fuel to the awful llame which was
devouring me. I was advised bv friends who had seen
wonderful cures made by it, to try Swift's Bpecifie, I im?
proved from the start, as the medicina seemed to go direct
to the cause of the trouble and force the poison out. Twenty
bottles cured me completely," Swift's Specific?
S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD
?I? the only remedy that Is guaranteed purely vegetable, and contains no
mercury, potash, arsenic, or any other min,nil or chemical. It never fails to
cure Cano?r, Kczema, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Contagious Blood I\ ison
letter, Roils, Carbuncles, Sore?, etc
Valuable books mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga,
Latest 9ty!es Bracelets Wedding Ring* Wal id Hold Long Neck
Chains, Ac., Ac, al LOWEST PRICES. FOR CASH.
Wat-bei. <? repaired i ? . - toa Kyes exam
i tied f'ee of chsi
A. LOEWENSON, Jeweler & Optician.
9011 MAIN STREET,
MRS- P. E. SMITH A CO.. _
eckenrode/ PERRY & CO
THE BIG STORE !
We can sell you anything you want. CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS. CENTS'
FURNISHINGS. Call and see us before you buy.
THERE ARE SHOES AND SHOES
From the way our business has steadily increased it proves that we are giving
values m footwear. It has always been our aim to sell Shoes that wear Our
SHOES. SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS
were never better than they are this season. Try u pair.
J. F. BROWN.
Mem tier .1 <> U A. M
SHOES AND HATS !
nur spring stock Is now romp ete, a larger and bettei t than ever before, "'m
pri?es are made to ill il a OH ~T~ I l\/t C O u' ,M?V' ?''' ""' "'' '
things in Hens Ulaek n M r\LJ I f/r/t?O' I I i- I ? beavj
Shoes, dur tJklles and Children's ShiM I lieal llittni
In the nu. Wo call youi attention lo our lint ol Men's and IJojra' Crash and Htraw H?t . All
m?- *w lea,
Wallace & Company,
FREDER1CKSB1 RG, VA.
Have J?st Received Two Cars ol POTATOES,
One of Early Rose and one of Burbank.
This is first class Northern Seed, and yon will save money
by Kitting my prices before purchasing.
Have also on hand two new two-horse Wagons anda yoring
Hay Hors*' for sale cheap.
B. J. MARSHALL,
GERMANIA ROLLER MILLS.
MYER & BR?LLE, Proprietors, Frederickeburg, Va
We have the latest and most complete Fuient Holier Byiiem In onr Mill?, nee nom
but the very choicest Virginia Wheat and our Kloun are the finest that can he mad*
excepting noD?. We make the following brand?:
MYKK ? BRULI.K'B BK8T PATKNT BlTPKRI.ATIVK.
UKRMAN1A XXXXX KXTRA, ?KKMAN1A XX KXTRA,
WHITK PLAIN EXTRA.
Ws make Choice Kamily Meal. Mill Feeds of all kind*. We pay the Higheat ('an
PrioM for Wheat and Corn at Mill or Btor?. Uivc m ? call before you buv or Mil
BUY THE BEST.
cmm^'AT THE WONDERFUL WILSON HEATERS
are lined with Steel, making them more durable than others. The only heater having- the
O?T8I UK " DOWN DRAFT?1 which Ig mo?t Important
W. H. RUSSELL & SON.
J. T. Lowery & Co.
Dry Goods, Notions, &c.
Wholesale and Retail.
Largest Stock ever shown in Fredericksburgr.
All Prices Guaranteed
am B STREET. J i
a. B. ho n s & Co..
flHH LIFB.AO?IDINT AND INDBMMIT1
IN? Iwa.JI a
I h* Oldeal esialiltshi'il battSMMM or this kind
a Krc.ii rlckaburjr, repre? atina thirteen flu
eimpanii'N ol IiA.iumUj capital, possestlns
over SSI.0Uu.00u aaeeu, ii,.jki.uuo surplus,
and unquMtlonablj the strongest and safest
In the world. Our rales are a* reasonable a*
? re anywu re to lie had. and we shall alwayi
t?ki pleasure In aarrlagrou. ufllut,? directly
opposite i he Mayor's oftli e
l REPKESKMT ONLY T1IK Jg?
of On- country and l?urope Assets
ovi i fifty million dollars Low
rate* aud joal set) li'iueut?
S. WILLIS HOWARD,
INI i II iNl i. INI) rm.'.ri I ION KIRN i
AND PIEDMONT RAILROAD
No. 1. I.V
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Connection? at KredmcSMiiirg with K. K.
t I'. R. R.. ami WVeniH Btaamhoal Ho. A:
Oraiik'*" with Southern and ('hMiapeake A
Ohio R. K.
The only line to the I'haiicellnrivllle and
Wilderness Battlel i
Kantern Standard l'une. I'aily cxrpptHun
day. W. U. llii'iiAlllw. Uen'l Mans??
?Train No. 2 leave* Drang* the Uli Monday
In each month at 1 p. m.
c, & o
To Hot Springs.
INCINNA I I I (MiH\ ILI.K, i IIH A.UII
8T LOU 18 AM) I UK WK8T.
Im Hiimiis-T isnUncaasi Rorvs v?i
I ? ? - rent and pop liai r its to
lid I'oinl and Norfolk.
TBAINfl I.KiVK 1IOKWK1.I., VA.
? lei 1
No. 5. No. I, No I
Kx-Kim Daily. Daily.
II. MU", A
Clifton Korne -.ii
w tut,- Bulpbui
It,,!,, ,-\, ro- .
l.< ilngton. .
.St. I Mil?
? - P
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1 IS I'
. 1" I
Time marked t daily en-ept Sunday.
Pullman Bleapini l in on Nos. 1 and 1
for Cincinnati ami I/omsville.
TRAIN? KOR OLD POINT AM?
Lv. Ooswall.?. 7:A A M
Ar. Richmond - - a m ? . :? M
l.v. Ki. bmond .... w?i A B ?r, i' M
Ar. Nev?|.,.rl N, Wl H I" A M 6.-UU I* M
- (11.1 Poll t. Ill" A M
" Norfolk i i ? '- I' M
Kor otner Information atldrew
jNo. i), forra.
A. <i. H. A.. Richmond. Va,
Schedule in KfTect May 7, IM 9,
Trsln? leave Washington, D.O.
H nl A. M.?Daily-for Danville. Charlotte
ami way ?tation?, eoanscting at If?
for Strasburg, and Harrisnnbnrg daily and
at l.yucliburg with the Norfolk ami
Western dailv lor Roanoke and point*
Boathwot and with (' a O.K. R. for Nat?
ural Brida? daily, and Islington daily, ei
re|.t Bnnday als.nnectiug si ' si vertun
t.,r Warranton and Fauimier White Sulphur
lu':"f A. M Daily IHK ?NTTIl
STATK^ PAJfl MAIL rarriea Pullman,
Slpp|*rn Nea Virk and Washington to
jacksoiiyine unitii g hi Balisbary with Poll
man Sleeper for Asheville and Hot Bprings,
N. ('. Knnxville.Ohattannogaand Memphis,
Tenu., and at Charlotte with Poll
man Blee|>er for Augusta; Pnllnian
Sleeper New York to New Orleans, connect
ing *t < 'harloite m Ithsleeper for Birmingham
Solid train Washington to New Orit-ant
without change. Southern Railway IMning
cars between Wasnlllkton and Charlotte.
Sunset 1'erbonally ConductedToonat Ki
cnrsion. Through Hlee|>er on Uiin train
every Tuesday and Friday lo San
Krancisco without change. 1-eave Rich
mond at 12.01 P. M.
4 Dl P, M.? I .oca I .'or Strasburg and Har
risonbnrg daily except Hnmlay.
4.mi 1'. M.daily, local for charlottesville,
connictingal Caiverton for Warrantor) and
Kanonier White Sulphur Spring?
9:20 P. M. daily, New York and Florida
Expr?s? Pullman Ruffel Bleeping ?'as,
New York sud WssAinsjtoti to Tampa ris
Savannah and J**sksonvill?).and to Augusta
via Colombia with connactlon Eor
BJO P. M daily, Wa?hlnirton and
Chattanooga Limited, via l.yuchburg, with
?leepers, New York and Washington to
Memphis ami NewOrleans through llrisiol.
10:40 P.M. daily. " WASHINGTON abt
SOUTH WK8TKRN, VK8TIBULKD
composed of Pullman Yestihuled Sleep?
ers, Dining <'arx and Day Coaches Pull
man Sleepers, New Yo k to Nashville,
Tenn., via Asheville, Knoxville nnd Chat
tanooga; New York to Memphis, via Birm?
ingham, New York to New Orleans, via At?
lanta and Montgomery. VeMihuled Day
Coach, Washington to Atlanta. Southern
Railway Dming Car, Greensboro to Mont?
l^avee Richmond 11 I'. M.
Train? on tbe Narrow Uange reach Oran* ?
dsily at 10:40 A. M
Train? on tbe Southern Railway pa?
Orange Daily a? follow?:
? 11:20 A. M. 1:33 P. M. 7 46 P. ti.
11:10 A. M. 8:22 P. M. S H) A. M.
For rates, map folders and Bleeping Oar
'Jpace apply to U ti. SROWN,
705 15th St. N. W.
WASHINGTON, 0. 0.
FRANK 8. GANNON, 3rd Vice Pre? and
?. M. GULP, W. A. TURK,
Traffic Manager. Gen'l Passenger Agent.
GEORGE FREEMAN, JP
600 bushels of oorn wanted. Highest
cash prtoe paid.
M. O. W1LLI8. President; A.P. KOWR.Jr
Vloe-President: H. V. CKISMONI?, Hoc
retarr; I. D. COLB, Treasurer.
The Cbuapeit Telephone Herrlce In Virginia
Prompt and efficient ?errIce ? D A rtA NT 111)
Bar Hubsorlhers wanted.
?. r. GBIRMOND.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
FREE TO VIRGINIANS
IN THR Al'ADKMICSrHiiiil.s.
Letters, Science, I.KW.MeilielncRnKlnpcrinjr
8B88IOB IIF.IilNHlVril BKITKMIIKK.
For catalogue ad drew,
P. B. BARRIN'OKK, Chairman.
gggj Bsj Cbaxlottesvllle, Va.
FUTURE Or THE REINA MERCEDES
Congress May Have tu De id" What la
Uli With ?1er
The members of the board of naval
bureau chiefs who will be called apon
to decide nr- to tbe nature i f tbe repairs
and ibanges to be made upon the rup?
tured Spanish cruiser Keina Mercedes
now al the Norfolk navy yard, are
somewhat divided m opinion, and it
may hi' that theorutser will be tied up
at the dock at Norfolk und left there
to iiw.ni tbe pleasure of Gong reas at the
The Mercedes though a u.i enough
oruisei of her kind, by no means rep?
resents the latest ideas in naval con?
struction rthe i- ab ut similai in type
to the New.llk of OUT oWII IIIIW, IHld
the N ivv Department would d t
think for a moment of building an?
other Newark al this date If it is ,i.
elded t.. r, lit ib,- all rente? a? a man-of
w;ir. it will he necessary In supply hi i
with ;i new battery, for tbe mus she
ran ii d were "f diff?rent cal i In i fr< m
th. i indards now in use in the navy,
und it will not I"- expedient to attempt
to maintain a special supply of am
munition for bei lien? fil A eon* i v i
live estimate, which, id course, may
be considerably qualified by the report
.,f th,- Inspection hoard, places the coat
i i refiting the Mi rcedea so as to entitle
bei to u phu '? -n ih" naval lists at
about n quart? r ol i million dollars,
w hhti v ouh I I"' al,"lit ' , per cent id
her valne The navy bure m
scarcely di*|.I to espend so much nf
th, n nul, hint,- appropriations for tlu*
purp we, and that Is one i
why the proposition to l"t the mattet
awail the action nf c egress lindi ?np.
story i?f a Slave.
Tn be bound hand and fool for n1 >i ?
by Hi" i-hit i ii - "t disease Is the worst
form "f slavery t >?? irge D Willi uns,
if Manch? -1er, Mich teils how sooh a
?lave waa made free He says "Mv
v. if" ha* boon so helpless f^r Urn years
thai ?he coold not turn over in lud
alone After using two bottles of
Klectric Hitters, she i* wnudetfnllv Im
proved and nbie to dn her own work "
This supreme reme*.y for female dis
inickly core* nervonsneas, sleep
1 ?aneas, melancholy, headache, back?
ache fainting and dizzy spells Thi?
miracle working mi dirins i- a .* id* nd
t ' weak, ?i< My,run down people Every
gnsranteed Only oO cent*. Sold
by M M [?ewis, Draggist.
Im rea-e of Immigration la United
S'sfei From Europo
Europe Is sending emigrants ;it the
rate of 500,0t 0 a year. ISS'i was the
banner ?ear, wbi : Immigrants
entered the i ni ted Btates The fignn -
teed till 18811, when 334.203 im?
migrants earns [a '? -. there wot?
almost a million and in i-'(s more than
There was ? falling off till IH'.IH,
when the ligures reached only
The foregoing \?v fut the whole
i nited Btates The fiscal year begin?
July I and soda Jinn
The nom bet t iteerage passengers
arriving at New York alone during
th.- DSOal year of I HUH was ; , ?, , h, hut
friu July 1, I-'-, to May ;'::, I-:':', the
nnmber i? !07,03<? immigrants Prob?
ably 540,000 Will have landed there
during the ye:kr endling Jone ???>. Insmi
This will be 11,000 innre than landed
in the whole country last year
Several steaineis have arrived tin
spring bringing 1,000 or m .re immi?
grants on one trip
Mr P Katobam, of Pike City OaL,
"During my brother'? late sick
iie-s fr< in sotatie rheumatism, ('ham
heriain's Cain Balm wa- the only rem?
edy that gave him any relief. " Many
others have testified to tbe prompt re?
lief from pam winch this liniment af?
fords Por sale by M M taw is, Drug
me weems steam?oat Co.
SI M M Kit Al?KAM.KMKN'l I '?
BALTIMORE PRBDRRN KJBURG AM>
RAPPA1IANNOCK RIVKB BOUTK.
Hu hm.l ,?t, i I , Ids) . V:n, I, lOtb. stesmert
Ko h 111.I. W , -II. mi ll ill.,I I. , \ Will
leai,- Pier '. I. rhl hi re? i. Baltlmoie, i-ren
Tuesday ami Friday at l?W p. B., for Freu
crickahurg and nil wharves on the river
Returning, will leave Prcdeilekahurg si ' I
i>. m. 'i ni,-1" mi, n mi', i Monday ami Thur?
day. Lot-dstownal lieu in.. Tucsdaj and
i i lilaj for Bait I more.
Leave Ualtitnon: Wednesday? si I "p.m..
for Nay lor'* and all wbarvel below, except
n.iv I'ort. Returning will leave Naylor'sat
- Ha. m., on Thursday for Baltimore.
i ,-,im- Baltimore ?it i:?*> |, m.. rhursday.for
Tappahannock uinl all ? barres lielow, cs< ? pi
Ray Fort, Millenbeck and sterrj Polnl Re
turning will leave Tappahannock ?it'?a.m.
atondar, lor Raltlmore.
Win leave Tappahannoi k for Norfolk at l"
m.oi.Hui) Friday stopping al an landings,
win i, n\e Norfolk at ii p. in. Haturdaj for
Tappahannock, caillou al all landings.
No freight received for outgoing ?teamen
?fter i p. in., on sailing davs.
Freight receivwl for all stations on l'o
tomac, Fredericksburg, A Piedmont R. R.
POTOMAC KIVKK KOCTg.
Ik-finning Tucsdsy, Maj Dth, iU amers
Potomac and Sue will leave Pier ?'. Light
siiot. Raltlmore, every Tuesday, Thursday
?od Saturday, at 5 P. M. tor Alexandria and
Wnsiiii i/toii, calling at all ol the n?ual land
IHK4. Beturotng wfil leave "th Street Wharf,
Washington, at 4 P. M, Tuesday, Thuradsj
?m.i Sunday, going lls ,;,r ss Leonardtown on
I bese evenings, will leave l.eonariltown M
i. a. M.. Rituale hi u ai P. M.. Miller's at S P.
M., (Iraaoo'i al I P M. an-l Bacon's at 7 P. M.,
Monday, Wednesday und Friday, arriving in
llaltunor, early tin- following morning.
Freight received dail) In Baltimore
Freight received dally at Pier 0, Light
HKNRY WILLIAMS. Agent,
at Baltimore, M,i
HTRPH RNSON k BRO.. Agents,
at Washington. D. C
K gT (i (Ml-I'l i.N, Agent.
at Norfolk, Va
W. D. SCOTT, Agent.
at Krerterlckuliiirir. Va.
W. B. COVINGTON.
Cor MAIN AND M?LF0R1) STKKKT8,
BOWLING GREEN. VA.
Feeds the Hungry. Clothe? the naked,
lakes care of the sick, and buries (he dead.
A full line o? Collins and Caskets always
on hand to be furnished at lowest price?.
mrT.'.m W. I!. OQVINOTON.
New Spring Millinery.
Kverjr few dav? we are adding to our new
snd u-autiiiil Stock oi Millinery. The lateal
ttylesn Ladies' Straw Bailors, white, ?sized
nud blsek. rouah ami plain, from as rents to
gUBt. (?iris and llojrs' bailors, ulule and
mixed, from StO Si ?I. Ileailliflll lile of
Muslin lloimets nnd Hats for Childr? n, ?m
? hit* and colors. Just received, and I emi
oiTei special bargains in them.
MRS. n. E. TOHPKINS
816 B Street.
& & * ft ? C* I ft Ift ft ft ft ?5 0
@ ssnaw assssi ?wasr ?
? i ,
I in the World. ],*.
?V* .______?-?___.?__-_____ ?y?
'"' You have a chance to buy the best w
known Pure Gold Dry Air,
? The Leonard CbnaMe. 0
?y* We have been appointed directagents ?v?
***, by tlm factory and you get them ai fao .y*
aV- tory price.
jj? The bent syrit^in uf Refrigeration known. ft
E. C. NINDB, ?!
ay- i?, ?y? ???t Mt ?y I ?v* I ?y? ?y- ?y* ?y* ?y- ?y
*A? <*? ?*V ?> ?A? ?A' I *V I ?A* ?*V ?aV -& ?*V *
CIRCUS, CIRCUS, ON THE 20th of MAY.
cook stoves ^.:;rcr:;:
\ .tiling new in (look Stove Une Pire Backs, Are guaranteed t., lust ;,
ye.ir? .lust tlnnk of it (las very largi nvem Bt?>ve? are on the advance, urn!
Dow is the time tu luiv, before they gn any higher. 1 also keep ;i lir?,--?' form of
skilled mechan les mi hand mu? um preparad to da
Plumbing, Hot Water Heating, Tin Roofing, Steel Rcofing,
Onttertnji and Spouting, and nil work done at Rock Bottom Pri?es
R L. STONE
203 Commerce st, Fredericksburg, Va.
7O nillions in the Clothing Trust.
:i,' ini ii i-1" en formed for i lie pin i
' i . |l opt? . :iliil lu. tin pock? ipilulMt. M
?ml Will II kilt III lie le 11 v (it tile . . .II! Ile ill |iei.|i?e,u le. 11*? I lilt ?e lie Hl? X Jilt II...
Men's suit? from ?l 31 to |7,si.
II.,j iiilts fri.in MJ eenl ' -
Mnn'i shoe? from '.'? to >
M? lis III,,- SRlll'i es ,||,?., $| V\ I. x lOUl.l? til?
I .i.hes sample ~ie ? ? ni i?. >l .
?lab) ?boes IS cen? - t?i 'J>.
Ilojri sun-1 rom ?.) ? ont? ?
I ?elles skirt*, Bn?', II UO to tl .i
I.h.Ii.s trimmed lutts lOceat? t ?11.73
siik iKMom -luit- Vu cent*, latest <?ut.
% I,?We have a very fine lii.I th from IS to I"? ?Mlai m
0to$?5(l We had <? \ |<-. t. ?1 to tut i . nthinir uianufiulunnir i.i.-.n?--. Imtnsth?
t* bave ?u? ??i the in .. ?? of cloths up, we will rout linn to ruiv from hroki'ii mor
?liants and continue to ?ell itihmI* *t on<> bal f what rctrii ir raenl n i ?it.
M\r*?lx?IS & CO ??? (^>*IMKRrK HT.. Meat to K. W. Milla, filma
NEW YORK BARGAIN HOUSE.
I'. VD.OOBWAf. ClIABIBH ilBRSDON RAJtniI.fH liOWABD
Conway, Gordon & Garnett
UOMMKltCK HTKKKT, KltKDKKlt'KMBUltU, VA.
Kan? opens U A. M. I Hank cloues F. V M Collection! made on all point
1899 ?P-TO-DATE SPRING OPENING
AT S. G. WALLACE'S.
Come ami see tlio prentei t valne ever offered in
DRY GOODS & NOTIONS
in this city. The markets North, South, Hast and West have vied with each
other in eofltributiof to this marvelous displaj I I l>eati? it ni goods, compris
ins; the lateat designa in Dresa Ooods and Bilks and everything in Wbiti
floods you can ask for. Elegant Percales at i\\ cents. Hnge lots nf t'sli
eoeSi (iinirhanis, Satteens, I,awns, ?nd anything else yon want in Waal
Fabrics. Ask to see the 3 cent Brown Cotton. Ladies', Men's ami Cbtl
dron's I'mlorwear in sil gradee. Trunks, I'mlir, Kan, Corsets, Shuts, Shirt
Witists ami Ladies' Skirts deserve your attention. Everything y.-u want
in the Notion Line WALLACK has it.
Country Merchants can get just what they want, and how thny want it, at
the lowest prices, if they wil1 Imy trom
5. Q. Wallace,
Commerce Street Department Store.
Business getting i?-tt,-r, the people steadily Unding nul where tn buy- the most gond? i"i
their money. New goods aver] week, no ihop-worn goods In our ?tore.
OL/AffO yiA/n U/ITC_uv s?t in almost every week and
OnUCO r\IMLJ n r\ I O ''in give you tbe biggest bargains
m i?,th shoes mu? t
f^l ATI 11 a i^> We have hail a good run on and we have nianagi
W?V \J I n//Vl3 a lot In New Vnrk that will make them go rlnclU ounce
.i:iy worsted, ?in wool, i,in,-, diagonal cheviots, all ?. i aslmeres and a Une grade ol pants
?, only auk you to call itri<i A,-,- the goods.
Shirts and Neck Wear-- t;' - '''?-'-- "-">'
Olllll.iailU 11(.Wi\ ? ? t?l laundrled shirts with fancy t?os
oms and detached caffs to autehed, W cents. Percale shirts tt, 30 and to cents. Bice lot ol
i.'iirls, Ikiws, lour in hand ami String lies. All Very , In ap.
rj-? a ^?_J S** : ~.~*~. .- Th* '"'St goods in town for your
l ui/uv-vi/ ?vaiiva ^i^s-ai ?? 0|gmri t|l.m rll(. ,,,,,,., ,.
therefore give vou better goods for your Boner, We carry gllthebesl grsd'sol .hewing
a ni smoking tobacco. We carry other lines, but no mom to ateai Ion. Call on as, gel better
quality and sum- mom-y on tbs same goods und quality.
BOSTON VARIETY STORE, 309 Commerce S
AN IMMENSE STOCK.
The great-advance in all cotton goods has caused us to buy early
the largest stock of goods we have ever bad. This was necessary
to enable us to sell them to you at old prices. This has bren the
sharpest advance I have seen in 'JO years, except in two instances.
How much higher, or how long the advance will hold, no one can
tell. So to be on the sate side I would advise you to buy (fitly what
We can still sell yon a very good Brown Cotton at 'k., a better one
at 4c, and the best at f><\ My stock has been well bought, and
(roods well bought are half s ild.was well said. We honestly believe
we own today one of the cheapest, if not the cheapest stock of goods
in any retail store in Virginia. No matter what you want in
DRY GOODS OR NOTIONS
try Baker before yon buy, and if we fail to sell you we will make
the other fellow sell you cheap.
E. T. BAKER
MARKET CONNER. FREDERICKSBURG, VA.
?.? ? JOHN M. GRIFFIN.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Pine Liquors, Tobacco and Cittar*.
Agency Pabat Milwaukee lar er Beer and beet tonic. We also bav* in stock Ales
Porter, bloat, stc. ?00 B ?trest.
A thorough th?; sul)
jo t !: op fail?
lir' ? .m be [tn u ?ng
percentage > f Potash ; no
(II V\\\ KAI . utiPkS.
' n ?i
Alan I I
?iirli :i* ?i'
JUSt - r or
Blinds, Cypress Shingle
N. C. Flooring and
('a, ?r '
IS Con? i wi
JOHN F. 900TT
Suturan ud Btrdi ;?-itie5,
On? 1? : hrlow <'hss Wallatsj A Hro.
nn ?. '? o* ?
Ham Wi?> ?
la., Will he sold at ?
the tune?. .Mouev can be ?avM by p-irrbs*
nn at W'Orr H HaM fsr.
ri. K. WhhbLKk,
Baccesaorot ?'? ondaets
itaml ?ta. AH
order? from ..
Hear*?? and Oerril [?* always 'rsiiy tn at
t*nd funeral?. Thankinptiip pnhlta for |*t
??mace so ??neron-ly basiowedJM s?1'?
0 mnnnanA* of the tame.
CANNED 0001)5, &c.
Boston B iked I
ttagar Corn In \
Peaches ditTVrenl qnalities.
Btrawberries and Pioe Annie
Sardines, I, i iter and Salmon
Naked Beans with t< i
Strui(.' Beans, Barly Jone I
Tongue, < Ihfppi ?I !:? ?? f 8 ?
Whole Ox Tongue, Potted Hun
Boast Beef, Corned Be? i
Mustards, Balada, Pickles.
S.iuces. Oatsnp, A-1 , ?fee,
At MAGRATH ft 0HB8LK. 'H.
1 an agen I for the - ?!? braled
buckeye Binders & Mowers.
A full arm h on hand Ooose tas]
rv tu bis : o*\
.?inf-eiini ??s. Carnal
each. Bari? Ve*< p cm
Fiowers aii'l KL.ral l?i>,?
0*11 a? K. C, Nni'le'i. -+u,r.- and s-ct a eat?
Ini/ue it n ? I lea?e four Or'
.). I'AI.MKIt (.(?HI) >v
Florist. AIM. |
Has Moved His Tonsorial Parlor
Mr. Charle? Lawson ba?moved bl?Tonsorial
Parlor from upix-r CoainMro? street to ?M
office lately OCX H|
whore be is prepared to Jo all work su? I. hm
Ubavln??, HaiirCuttln*.8h*mr<x>lnf and ii?>r
Dressing In the mn-t art lat?a un.incr. II
?hop I? larirc and oonmoriiou*, ai?H>
esen In tbi? most opprosalve wen? !?< r. Neat.
Des? and the latest ut) ;e of work wll I
of tbecblef features of tbi? ?-atalillsbmenL
rive me* call.
??u ? Ntim I * ?"?(IN
DONT FOROET THAI
When you want an easy Mhave,
As ?rood aaa Hart?, r *rei fare,
Just call on me at my Saloon,
At morn and eve or busy a
I comb and dress the hair w I th jrrari,
To suit tbe countenance of your <ae?
Mr room ia neat, my towels clean,
Hclssors sharp and rasors keen :
And all that art and ?kill can do
If rou will ?all I'll do for jrou.
Kaiors put In order at ?.oort r.otlca.
w h WAVrop
Confectioner and Baker,
No. .'I'.' II ItiSsjt, Kri-ilern kslnirjr, V?.
Qtvt me u Mil wlien you want
t'<?NVa? "II?>N>. I' I( RBAM AMD ?11 it V
Order? alwaj ???mpt attention.