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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and manufacturing Interests of Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
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Mixtur, lira?. Ta i ? *
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It..Ill .1.1 kel ll I >. .11 .,,
Phe styles ofclose^Htting Skirts
almost compel some figures to wear
??all bustle, and we have just
opened a line of these that are
THIS STYLE 25
adapted perfectly to the requin f
.nents 01 the skirt and form, whit h
we would like you to set?.
THIS STYLE 50c
E. W. STEARNS,
OPERA HOUSE DRY GOODS STORE.
Strictly Good Value.
Ladies U*?nnine Dongola Bntt. < !oin To? Pat. leather lips, ll.ftt)
Ladina Gennin? Dongola Lace, (Juin Toe,Pat. Leather tips,$l.?o
Sam? in COMMON SENSE TOES, all sizes.
This is without aay exception th^ very l>?st sho? produced
t,?i the- money,
V'-'l Mam Strict,
BR?LLE & TIMBERLAKE.
I Ipp Market Knt'
We have ju.-t opened the largest und
finest lino of OXFORD TIES we have
shown. They were made to order for
us by the best factory and we can rec
commend them highly for fit and wear.
They are made on "Bull Dog," and in
Opera" and '"Common Sense" toe D
and E. lasts.
SMITH & COGHILL,
?11 H Street Frederieksburi;, Va
SMITH & COGHILL
We Have Got Them at Last.
Having bought at my trip North la-t weed : di w.iv below manufacturer'!
prioe Men'i Uall B ? T- hand aewed, worth ?7 50, t?t $3.50; Men'i Oall Pegged
- it %i 00; I.nin-s' oxford Tie?, worth .? ?l o<i, worth fl 35, m
Mi".-.' i rxfordi from $1.00 to |o pent* : < 'hild'l ' ' Si y st. ek in i?-t I?- Mild N i
reaaoaable offer refnaed tor any Ruoda C me and examine my etock ?uni he
Henry Wissner, *" ??in street.
Because he had a poor
wheel and it went to
MORAL: Buy a Good
SELL ? B1C?CL
and tin- prices arc right.
Adams' Book Store.
It kill? Flies, Flea*. Hces, Ko?e
Bng? or Insectn (>f any kind. A
guarantee of parity with every
package. Accept uo RuhHtitute,
nothing is just as good a? the
For sale by
K. N. aOOLRICK
901 Main St.
Two oar loads OHOIOE TIMOTHY
HAY, in store and for ?ale by
jMAGRATH A OHESLEY.
Goodrick, Bernard & Davis.
rRI.JlRIl KHHIJR VA..
?? mil una at?
HKATINOBTOVE8, W'K)l) A I'OAl.
Clay Flu* Pipe for Chimneys. Tin
flooring. Hteel RoottiiR. ?aa-Kittinc at
lowest Prioe?. Iron Foro* 1'ninp? ?I
? Agent? for th*?
CKl.KKRATBl) IRON KINO, FITZ l.BM
AND FARMER UIRL
I'BST ON THE MARKET.
('AM. ON U8 BEFORE YOU BUY.
Goodrick, Bernard & Davis
John Q. Murkamp Co.
P. WcCracken, Bro. & Co.,
? WllOIRHA! I AKT KfTAlI.?
UROCER8 AM) LIQU0B UK A LI Kl
offer Ten Thousand Ualloni IT UK l'.\ K
and BOURBON WHI8K1BH. from
lowing ?ell know ?
ion? i booty 1>imllliug t'o.. of
Kenlncky Monticeilolrlatillery, of Mary
(iiul.anJ w. F. Hray, of Penniylranla.
?gncnltnral Implement?, heed? Oiatio,and
MRS JhNCIE MONROE,
Liquors and Groceries.
Commercent., FREDERICKSBURG, Vi
A|M'|.K\V?H?D WII'-KI v I
? I. Al'l'l.l
I lull ?lock
Mi(.\ JBNi II MONKOK
GROO E RIES,
KAMJ1.Y QBOCIKIB OP ALL KIN?8.
M? itock of Liquors Is Innre, roniittina; of
Foreign and Domaatic UKANDIKB.
fur? Ai-Kewood and Farmers Friend Pure
Rye Whiskey. %2 a gallon.
BNT APPLE BRANDY WAR
: B? I". RE
?'or. OOMMKBCBAND LIBKKTY rJl'H.
That honest Dealings,
Full Measure and
hive liuilt n^ fli?' largest trade
in thin city.
Inspeot "ur -tiH-k before yim make
ynur purchases for the holidays
we gnarante satisfaction
Whiskey from $1.20 per gal. ip.
Six Brands Ryes at $2 per gal,
Also higher grades
Whiskies, Brandies, Gins,
and m fact everything fonnd in a
tir'.f class lii(|in>r and Tobaoco Hones
Strasburger & Son,
?lssn-'?lfcs ' run nn ero?- Ht.
ELK RUN WHISKEY.
This celebrated brand i r KENTUCKY
PURE RYE WHISKEY, ruaranleed im?
l?r?M>f and 2 year? ohl at f.! per gallon i? for
ii.- iiv Mrs ?' F. Monroe, (Vwnnierce
street, Fredericksburg, \n. For lia ur it
baa no snparlor at tbe price. It is aoiooth
pleasant to drink, sud liiere la mit ahead
ur he in a gallon Cdiup ?tid try It. find von
will tray no other.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Fnre Rye Whiskey, l*ure. Old Ram, Fur*
Holland Grin, Pure Sherry Wine, Pure
French Brandy. Pnre Apple Brandy,
Pure Peach Brandy, Pure Blackberry
Brandy. A complete stock of l.iqnor?
for medical nse at tbe old Reliable
CHAS. WALLACE ?4 BR?.
Cor. Main Commerce Ht?.
l?KKl)KRirR8BnRfi v *
Manufacturar and Dealsi In
CARRIAGES, 8URREY8, Hl"?HE8
G8IC9ID AND MP1NUF I WAb(?i.
Platform Spring Wagons.
Bniines* and Pleasnre Wagon? of every
description. Special attention cl*?n to r?
pa'"!"? mil ??nalnti?,?
W. S. EMBREY.
^accessor to Embrey A Berrymsn.)
Dealer in RAILPOAD CROS8 TIE?, CE
DAB POSTS, 8POKE8 AND HOOPS
Keep? constantly on hand a lar?;? ?npplv
or Baled Hay and M ill Feed. NT Offlo* n**
Rallrnart Darvii PradarlaVshnr? Va
QEO. J. FLETCHER.
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.
Plan?, Specifications, Elevation?. Detail?.
Work of all kinds in the building lin?.
Thorough personal snporvision of al
work, town or oonntrv.
May Keep Young
The real sent o? youthful feature!
in women la regular menstruation.
It" there is ?m irregularity of nny
nature if the menaea be auppsresed
or too scant), too profuse or painful
- the trouble will aho? inthdfsce.
The eyes will be encircled with
blach, the ?kin sallow; blotchei
nnd pimples will appear, and the
sufferer, although young in - oars,
will appear old In looks. Tl. un?
failing remedy is
Braofield's Female Regulator
It cures nil Ills of the womanly or
tans, Falling of the Womb, I.itn or
rhoea or Whitei and Bearing do%s-n
Pains. Cures Backache, Headache
and Nervousness, all <>f whitsi are
due to weakness in the aame organs.
I?rq? bolita? ara ?old h? Druqijitl? loi M,
tut 9MADHMLC tH m. lfm.
lag luctilsnt- of -lie Blsetloa
rresp mdence of The Im I. h ?
Stafford (' H., Va., June
Mr. I, I. (J ?hill, f Smith I
lull of ihe Borg, p dd iht C irt]
i visit lasl a
Beveral ludicrous thing? h n
to light -nue the elect I n
esteemed Tea* i cant lins, ? h
piles the ? i*'1' - f the bro ?I I'
and it? tributaries, ?rent to ye i
N r utfh of Aqui i. '? s died ( ?nth
to den* -it in- ballot for th
of inn ch tice, and after perl
th.it duty much to hi- - Itlsl ?
belog thirsty li" applied to ont
landtdates present f >r "a ?irink " H
was informed that th? oandidai
n nie, bnt was Invited to ? 1
lemonade with direct 1 ms t i
bucket full if he nw fit. H?
up the im iket, lifted it to hi?
i whi li, by the wav red witl
whiskers,which wuid mal
Peffer blush witl- envy and pt
to imbibe, when an Amerl n
of African descent, not having I
of the law before his eyes, lifted hii
? and -m ile thai buck? t ?
an extent as to overfl iw nor
with lemonade from truck to I
and Immediately lefl f"r p.un un
known, hotly punned by our friend
who shortly returned, after an nnsuc
ceasful coon hunt, und after i? i>-ki:ia,
th Lemon skins und seed out ol ins
whiskera, went home to dry mi* In ?
very sour frame
One of our 0. II friends was very
active in posting rjarda, written hy
himself i f ? T months before tbe elect inn
and uji to that day The day after the
election, finding his fondest hopes
blasted, by the withering frost of de?
feat, be immediately posted Ihe follow?
ing curd beneath one of the ild o ise
? Farm for sub' or r>rit " Apply '
Vonr eorreapondeni was informed
about three weeks before eleotion.thal
.m?- i the candid itei for Oveiseer ? t
thp Poor, m Aquia district, bad with?
drawn, rpon enquiring it de?
tliut the reason nf hie withdrawal w >
due to the fact that another candidate
had annonooed himself the week before
und hud in that time told SO tn it.y
things on the hrst candidate, thai he
could not explain them In the tDr. ?
weeks running, und was pet I irw c in
palled to back out.
There never was an election in this
county tiefore in which then' Was such
sharp divisions brother againsl brother,
wivea uKaiiist husbands, husband?
egainet wives, ?eemed to be the order
of the day, but thanks t?> the itorliiiR
I'oininon sense of the American people,
it ends ut the p"ils. and matter* assume
their normal condition again. This
alone is the subject of U indei to all
Mr. H (F Obetley, treasurer, passed
here today on n trip to Onville, in tins
W. .1. Jacobs, B*q , ohairman of the
Democratic committee, paid us two
visits this weak.
Fine rains have fallen here within
the past few days, which have proven
a (?reut blessing to growing crops.
It is rumored hero that in the event
of a Republican census snpervi-i?r 1
inR appointed for the Eighth Oongre**
ional District, a certain gentleman who
has been nick-named "Hones," on ac?
count of his lack of flesh, will re eive
the endorsement as enumerator for the
Second district of this county.
Ruining the PalSailu
The Philadelphia North American
says: "It is a great pity that the de?
struction of the Palisades of the Hudson
Hiver, now going on at a rapid pare,
cannot be stopped before this majestic
formation ha? been blotted out forever
The hand of the vandal fell ruthlessly
on Tuesday, when 200,(XX) ton? of rock
were blasted from the Palisades about a
mile above Fort Lee, carrying away the
promontory known to every traveler
who ha? visited that section as Wash
ingtnn'? Head. Seventy-five huudted
pound? of dynamite were used to accom?
plish the work, and the end in view
was the displacement of the rook for
The Paltsade? Commission, which ha?
undertaken the work of preserving this
wonderful formation, which all the
world ha? admired, ha? a hard task
ahewl, and it must actquicklr and with
the hearty co-operation of all lover? of
the beauties of nature if the Palisades
are not to be forever loot to us. "
At !\ lug ' . m finir- i .
111 l! U
I h- tro? hill fi i
. ' m i ,.\ ; i , '? i i il
Appli nfioii : I 1 N in :
ilainl I'd at n
I ippli mi
??ill \ - Philip
i ii an appeal fn in tl i> il, :
.t.-, coal inn i
\ A Dihtiui in, im , utiti i
i li p. i m i ' ?!>? ; . Henry
Plttlll in till --il rein
nt ' f '? ipil i' ; o tai
following ' leeted .it the
re,. m ?
A N Hell
morer I K V
i' until ?wealth's A" rnsj A V
i ; i. 11
i> poty Shi ml hi h
Bupei i itendent of l\mr II V fl
i 'v. ! ? :- ! I' , i i ie , A Oloptoil,
t; R \, Ooold
m.m, Siiiloh ilixti let , C.li irle?
I' .loin f district
Hupen i-"r- Il '-? i -nil .li
. K ipp ih un ' k
i ' -ii \
-s H M irrnaduke, Rap
pahannork district ; Marios Olift.P !
' -ti??' .1 \'- kinjr, Shil ih dis
I S M uwey , U ip| .
i?...'k district , S M W.-l h. Slnl ih dis
I ? mi- 1 Ml> inn-l, Rapp ih o
Tip ' - i liai of ill writings
admit ted l : l since last o 'urt :
Deed f i I md fi m Patsy Uv
Mary Saaan < Ivrena, .v ?
Deed f T land from Uhas W Birroek
B M. M tberibead
Bill I aale fr im R I', l? lesenberry
t W 11 Battle
, for land from s and
Laws a Turlcy
i for land from Peter ? loi
h,un and wife to V. Ivv.inl l-'ri/n r and
others, ti astees of the Peace and Light
i > ? I for land from 0 ll. Asht n,
i. commlssl mer, to J B T Th rn
t- ii, trastee
Deed of trust on real est it,- from H if.
sett Bombrey ind wife to .lohn T. Wil
kin- and others, 11
Deed fi r land from QeorgeT.ttrymei
ami wife to Henry Davis
Deed "f trust on r>- il ' ?r.it.- from
Davis I John 1 iVllkins and
others, truste? -
11 ' 'i if ti nsl - n real i state from A.
T. Ktubrey, trastee, In canse >f "Jenk*
Jenkins, " to F M < Ibicheati r,
Deed of nu-t on real estate from Al?
len Orymee and wife and others to O.
\V. Tennent, tm-t?e
Deed for land from 1'. W. Payne and
wif>- and others to Henry 1\ W Achter
D i for land fr an Reuben Jenkins
ami wife to Joshua 0<
rliii) Reward 1100
The readers ol this paper will bo pi?
learnthat thon Isa) leastom dreaded dlsea*
Hi .a -? . lire m all its
and thut i- i atarrh. Hal l'a Datai > l'
i.nu positive cure now known to
heal i raternltjr. i atarrh being
-tit in..nil .. ?? . iinstltni:..im
I real ment. Hall's Catai i .n 1"
i|i in i in lil.I snil
in ra< ? "i the -i -ii-iii. thereby de
mnij In? the foundation ..i tbi
i he i'.ii i.-m it rength lij liululing up
lie constitution and assist Inn nature In doing
,i ?..ii,. the proprietors have an nu -h faith
in ii- ,'o.itiM- powers, lli.o ihey offer tine
Hun in -i i lu?.?!- o.! any , as< ihal II rail In
cur,-. Semi for list ol I.-tun..10.ils.
\.|.|i.??-, I . .1 1 III.S Kl -V CO., roleilo, ii.
i) Druggist?, '.'???
Half- Knoll) I'llli are the best
VIRGINIA MILITARY WAHRANlS
Mu9t bo Presented f?r Payment iieforc
Ihe Third ?if March, 10'?0
The Secretary of the Interior is pre?
paring to give notice to the noldeie or
owners of outstanding military Uw war
runts, issued by the State of Virginia
for military services during the Kevoln
tionary War, of the action of Uongrc>s,
ut the session, limiting the paymeut of
the warrants to the next twelve months
A large number Of these warrants
were issued to soldiers and seamen,and
the national government assumed their
payment by agreeing to exchange pub?
lic land scrip for tbom at the rate of
$1 J5 per aero. Many have been pre
?sated in past years, but there is still
an indefinite number outstanding. Un?
der the terms of the new law, if they
are presented to the Secretary before
the 8d of March, l'.tOO, land scrip will
b9 given for them. If not presented
Within that time, they will be c m-id
Story of a Slave.
To be bound hand and foot for yeais
by the chain? of disease is the worst
form of slavery.' George D. Williams,
of Manchester, Mich tells how such a
slave was made free He ?ay? : "Mv
wife has been so helpless for five years
that she could not turn over in bed
alone. After using two bottles ,f
Kloctric Hitters, ?he is wonderfully Im?
proved and able to do her own work. "
Thi? supreme remedy for female dis?
eases quickly cures nervousness, sleep?
lessness, melancholy, headache, back?
ache fainting and di/./.y spells. This
miracle working medicine Is a g.idsend
to weak, sickly,run down people Every
bottle guaranteed. Only f>0 cents. S?>l?i
by M. H. Lewi?, Druggist.
APPEAL OF A UNION VETERAN
? ?i by the K issian c iverain
linpriRuneil Without Can *?
i'i? -i ???ut has been ap] ? i
by Adolph Lip r.y ?. a v. teran ? t Ihi
ivil war, to ii,i? n "li' f. r him w itl
Ihe l i ii -- im governtiii rit ai ?
i for him Th? appi' tl H i- in i I?
in the President n I; ? irati
i'V Dips?.) .-, u ho beat nianj
ni'i w i- i.|. riltcd in I
Tb?' petiti n ? >. i ? '. i ? .? f fact ?
ralin i Hi ' -." n
.ik?'ii dj the Knssi in
itmenl "l *n li nf Us
Ain t n in en i/'-n- I hi
o became tn the t til
???I Still - It m Ros da in 1 ? servi
m the ci? il ?rar and was a ird ??
i tutiv ? department? In
Washington In I ?-?. be went to H
to obtain hi? father's estate II" was ar
rested, hi* p issorl and pensil n oorl
taken from him and be was tried and
t? l. ii"' of any offense committed
ml;. . n the charge th il h e
an American oitiz 'n with
in the consent o( the Russian govern
ment H oretary i ' ? I and
i 8t ??' - M in Ister Lothrop main
t lined that this was in violatl
; that ttl>' 1 'lliterl
- would n- V'-r a meen! lo i
in/.?' the right of a nation to deprive I
naturalised citiaen of his righta
Notwithstanding this declaration,
nothing oanie of t *. and the
Russian government banished Dipszyc
and deprived bun of his property rights.
The petitioner rei lies thai be thinks
m auspicl us time during the
disarmament congress to obtain u par
d d and thereby ? btain his portl m of
tins pr iperty.
Mr P Ketcham, i t Pike Oitj Oal .
' During in y bri ther'? 1 it'
? ni ?oiatic rheoraatiso, Obam
berlain'a l'un Balm was the only r?>m
"?iy that aave him any relief." Many
others have testified to the prompt re?
lief from pain which this linini'iit af?
ford? For sale by M M Dewis,Drug
CUBA AND PORTO Rl? O
i irciilar af Instruction* tn DiplO&Stic
an'l CiiD?ular Cff.Jers.
Tin- Becretary of state has i- i
circular letter of instructions to United
diplomatic and oonsular
i i regard to the status of the native in
habitants of Oui>,i and Porto Rico, in
which olrcalar tie says in jiart .
??While I be native inli.ilnt.ints of
Ooba hare effectively ceased tobe the
?abjects ' f Spain, they have not acquired
? distinct -tatus ,-ithi-r independent or
dependent upon the United Btal
OOStodian of the territory They are not
oitissna of the United States, nor can
any scheme of provisional registrati n
? .ted with a ?lew to inch a
tingency. They may, however, during
tie interregnum, when temporarily
adjourning in a foreign country, be
protected through the exercise of k' od
. IHoeS by the representativos of the
i nited States m esse "f need, upon dos
establishment of their nativity, and i '
their merely temporary absence from
Oubs uni intention to return to and
permanently reside in that island.
"As to the statin of the native in?
habitants of Porto Rico and the Is
lands adjacent thereto which havo been
ceiled to the I nited Slates, the Uon
;;t.-- has not yet legislated with regard
t i their civil ami politics] rights, m
that eran us tespeete tic native in?
habitant- residing in that island there
il no present formality or procedure
provided for th> attestation of their
citizenship J-ut in the interim every
lion,i lide oit'ssn of the ceded islands is
entitled to the protection of the United
u against every foreign govern?
? i nder* these cireumstanoes tbe diplo
matic und consular olti:ers of th
United States In foreign countries ar
authorised to register in their legation
and consulates as Buch the names n
native inhabitants of Cuba and Port
dico who may be temporarily sojourn
ing within th? ir jutisdiction and t
exorcise good orBow for the prutectioi
of such native Cubacs and Porti
Bioani as may seek it for s uno well
"They will give i OB :ial protection t(
native Porto Kicans so registered in al
matters where u citizen of the (niter
Btates similarly situated would been
titled thereto, being careful to have il
appear that^ they aro protected
as native inhabitants of Porte
Iiico and n it as oitisens of the United
Attention is directed to the fact that
the treaty of peace with Spain providet
that Spanish subjects, nativos of the
peninsula, who remain in the relin?
quished territory, may preserve their
allegiance to the Spanish crown by
making a declaration of such intention
before a court of rooord within a year
after the exchange of ratifications of the
Referring again to Porto Rico, the
circular says :
''Actual residence within the ceded
territory at the time of the cession and
during one year thereafter is. under the
treaty, required to establish the adop?
tion of tbe nationality in such ceded
The issuance of any paper having
constructively the effect of a passport is
prohibited, bnt diplomatic and consalar
ot?loera are authorized to vis? passports
in the natare of proof? of nativity,
An -Mis'.ract 01 trm Kepirt ol
I 111 .\ ! .
.Mu.'ii .I. 1 ly to ?
m -ni- i ! N te ti igua i
atbre ik of the wai l ?
with the c mstro
siy- ?ifi.'r in it are
U11--1 li has adopted and i
tin- rout,- from Prit i to Ll
ros, called Child and fn m
the Lake to ? In .- town,
route, This line, leaving Br i to,foil iw>
the left b ink "f the Rio (?ramie ?
Bueno Retiro, crosses the ?restern di?
vide t v of the 1. ij i-, which
it follows to Lake Niosrsgus. I
intr the lake to tb>- head of San Juan
river it follows the upper river I
Bo is, s ui < 'arl ?j, thence,lo
by the left bank of the river to the
San Juani.il sud cess?e the loar coun?
try t i Qreyt >wn, psssingto the north?
ward of Lake Sili ?" It requires Lut a
single dam with regulating
both ends of the summit level. The
survey- hav>> in general revealed better
physical a adltii ns than was hitherto
supposed to, exist, especially as to the
am unt i f r ok in t river,
whereby it i-i i
.lu ??? the estimated si nstruc
To determine the proper unit prices
it Ion the average of prices
actually p.?; n the Obi
Irsinsge canal, winch re]
f plant, pri r WOtk done
and contractors' profil - D. To
l?ese prices srtain percentages were
added for the di i r'-n ? i f looatl
In obtaining the estimates for the
for building the government 1 k-a'
Siuif Bte M irle were taken,snd 33 per
cent was added ! i the dtfl
Alter giving doe weight to all t! e
elements of this Important question and
with an earnest desire to reach I
ooooluslons, baaed upon labstantial
facts, the Dommistion believes that s
canal c m be built i roes the isthmus
on this route for not exceeding II18,
Uolonel Hains i lerally with
the view- of the otlur members of the
commission, but his estimate of the
If f 1
? ^S*. .?ta .
y w t f y y *i
h ?h ?h ?ki sb ?h *a>ai
Does voup >;
ead Acht ? f
Are your nerves weak?
Can't you sleep well? Pain
^ In your back? Lack energy?
Appetite poor? Dig.c--.tion
bad? Boils or pimples?
These sre sure s'v?n$ of
From what poisons?
From poisons that are al?
ways found in constipated
If the contents of the
bowels are not removed from
the body each day, as nature
intended, these poisonous
substances sre sure to be
absorbed into the blood, al?
ways causing suffering snd
frequently causing severe
There is a common sense
They daily insure sn essy
and natursl movement of
You will find thatthe use of
with the pills will hasten
recovery. It cleanses the
blood from sll impurities snd
is a great tonic to the nerves.
Writ m Ihm Doctor.
Our M?xlloal Department h*i on?
of the mnst emiueul ptivalrtsn? la
th? United Stats?. Tell tliede.ior
lint how you ar? sufterliiir. Y"?
Vlll facet*? the liest uxxUusl ?ulru.?
without ?km!. A'tiirss?,
DK. J. 0. ATKR.
. v v ? ?F * + * y w 4
Wood's "Trade Mark HraiuT
. i pro
? -half more
: m diff?rent
:. ?i i
?? -i quality
In; '.m- jrofj
I ? i .?ii you
l rade Hark Brand" of
i .ind \ ,|\c?
luiin BiMk? Staat, Late
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen ? Richmond, Va.
\. IH.I I:
whir.'? r fif ar.o ?venn
? i.ni tirno?
M. L\ 9f BASBUMaK,
NEW SPRING CLOTHING
ra K in?-rant?
I i .nk? at '
i l| r
?0 rip, rnim
TDB weeins steamDoat Co.
I m M i: i; AKUANORMKNT, law
BALTMtOKJI KI.KDKKU.KBBUIt? AND
RAPPAH ? J'.UUTE.
Ii. xt earners
Kichinonil, W ii i - ai will
, o ? i, H i.iiiuor,-. every
p. m., for i i, -i
I oil ah wharves on the n\cr.
Il, inn, . Krederlckibun '
i?. m. iteii- i', -i iiniio Moi lev and Thur?
wiat i. in h m., TucMlay and
I rldaj for Hh!i I
more H( .in. - i ti p. m.,
? hlirwl Ik ;..?. ell . i I
it. Uvturotng will h-ave N.iylnr'sat
.... on I liur-'la\ inr Ualtlo
TspiiuliunnocM ami mi ? liurve? below, except
llay Port. MlllentH-ck and Merry Point. Ke
rappabannock at la m.
., lor Baltimore.
Win ica\,. Tappahannock for Norfolk at is
rn. in,mm Fridaj stopping at ail landings.
Win Itave Norfolk at tip. m. ?Mturday for
Tappaliiitinn< k. mlliriK at all liiinliiitf?.
No freight received for outgoing steamers
after 4 p. m., on sailing davs.
Freight reeeived for all stations on Po?
tomac, Frederickaburg, A Piedmont K. K.
POTOMAC KIVEK KOCTB.
Potomac sud *-uc ?
unlay, at '> P. w b i Wesandi
W.i-lic \ih I!, ' the iliuai ..m.I
. grs. Ki ' i U ??art.
Washington, ,it i c. M, Tuesday, Tnui
und m.' Leonai il town mi
. mi iv?. Win leate l.eoniirdtown *t
i \ \|.. K ii.-.,:>? hi I-.*..41 P. M.. Miller's a
M . Uraaon'x ..i '. P M. and H.u on'? at T P. M..
Monday, Weduesda) und Krldiy, arririag In
Ha,ltiui".r<- .-?riy Ui<- following- nin
Prelfhl received dallj in liattlni"r. .
Prelsbt received dally at Pier ?, Llirbt
HF.NKY WILLIAMS. Agent,
at llaltimore, Md
?TKPHENSON * BKO.. Agents,
st Washington. D. ?
KKY C<>MI'll)N, Agent,
at Norfolk, Va
W. D. SCOTT, Agent,
S. H. BEALEi
ba\ Ins bought out the entire Hardware
Stock ot John A. atone, will continue the
at the OLD STAND, on I'OVMRRCS ST.anS
U now laying in a full NSW m roi k o?
GOODS In the Hardware Line which he Will
ai i ?t the
Lowest Cash Prices,
ajjr Oe and ?ee bias