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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and manufacturing Interests ol Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
vol. 1 ;"?).?No 8/
Fredericksbuhg Va. Sattrday Iune 1'). 1899.
Price 3 cents
I ? \ ; 'A ' ? ? I
: M m M .
The styles of close-fitting Skii I
almost compel some figures to wear
a small bustle, and we have ju I
opened a line of these thai art
adapted perfectly to the require I
ments 01 the skirt and form, which
we would like you to see.
THIS STYLE 25
i his si ylf: 50c
E. W. STEARNS,
OPERA HOUSE DRY GOODS STORE.
Strictly Good Value.
Ladina (..-11111111' Dongola l?ntt. Coin Ton Tat. Leather tips, $1.5u
Ladiea Genninn hongoln Lace, Coin Toe, Pat. Leather ti|>s,$l 5"
Same in Common RENSK TOES, all ?izes.
This is with 0111 any exception tli^ v.mv bnsl shoe produced
foi fli^ money
BR?LLE & TIMBERLAKE.
921 Mam stie.'t. Opp. Market Rntranei
We bave jur-t opened Ibe largeel sod
Qnest line o? 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 Sz COGHILL,
nil B. Btreet Praderickabora, Vs
SMITH & COGHILL
We Have Got Them at Last.
Having l".iik..|ii at my rr 1 r> Norl ly I?-! iw mr?.iiif;?rtur"r'>;
price Men's ''?If Boots, hand sewed, w ? il $.') GO; Men's Ualt I'egRed
Boote at ftt 00; [?die?' Oxford Ties, ? irth ? it |l 00; worth $ I 85, at
Misses' Osforda from il t?1 to 10 oenta; Child'? " My itock innst be aold No
r?animai,le offer refnaed for any ffuotl? C nue and ? tamine my ?took ?n>l be
M'l Main Street.
Because lie had a poor
wheel and it went to
MORAL: Buy a Good
and the prices are right.
Adams' Book Store.
AND DKA1.KK IN
dents' Furnishing Goods
My Htork is now ooinitlete In every depart?
ment, oonsisliiiK of tin. tatest ?tylee and beat
fabrics from Kreuch, Kn^lisli Hootch and
American manufactures, selected with the
greatest care with the view to snpply the
wants and taste of every customer. Kvery
Bottom Prices and Satisfaction
also fall line of (lents Famishing Goods
each a* Dress Hhirta. Night Shirts, Drawers,
Cnilara, Cuffs, Gloves, Suspenders, Scarfs,
'lies, Silk and l.inen Handkerchiefs. Halt
Mose, Scarf Pins, Cuff and Collar Buttons.
Watch Chains and Charms, Silk, Alpaca ara
Gingham Umbrellas, Ac.
ISF" Cell and examine our itner
New Spring Millinery.
Kvery few diiy* we arf> n.lilliiK tu our new
and iH-mitilui stock "I Millinery. The latest
nyi.-Min i.hiIii'h'straw SiiiUirs. white, mixed
^?kOJiii Itlat'k. rmiirli iiml plain, from 91 i rut?. In
?U mi. OlrM hihi HtiyH' Bailors, white ami
?flBlixi'l, I r. .111 IB to linn. Itt'Hillifiil In i' "I
?HHuftlin lioniH'ts iiml lint- fur Children, in
j^r ?bu? and oolora, jtint received, and ? oan
^ offer ?peclal bartrsliiM in ttniii.
MRS. H. E. TOHPKINS
816 B Street
Goodrick, Bernard & Davis.
KKKDKIU KHHUK VA
-a full liii? Of?
HKATINO 8TOVKS WOOD* GOAL
'"lay Flue I'll* for Chimney?. I iii
lioolinK, Hteel ICooHnk;. Uaa-Kittinfc al
l<oweat Price?. Iron Korr* I'nnipi at
?Axent? for the?
CKI.KHKATKI) IKON KINO, KITZ UM
AND KAI'.MKH UIKI.
BKHTON Tim MAKKKT.
t'A 1,1. ON (1H HKKOKK YOU lili Y
Qoodrick, Bernard & Davis
John (1. Hurkamp Go.
P. McCracken, Bro. & Co.,
? Wit- I e. I LB IBTB KlTAIL?
(,1,1t. . A . Kl>.
Offer I-.. I '<"?? RK RYK
IOCRBOS w from lbs fol
'? X Co.
I ?!.. of
pry, ttf Mary.
?. x <"iai.r and
MUS JfiNCIE MONROE,
liquors anJ Qrocerii
Commerce St., FRhDKRICKSBURG, VA
G ROC E RIES.
?r- All. KINDS.
M ? stock .-? cinniiting of
it i RKANDIKS.
I'tiri- Applewoorl and Fermera Knend I'nre
t'.vf - ta nailon.
MAUNIKH :. . ?RANDY, WAR
OMMBRCI ANC LIBSUTV hih.
Thai Honest Dealing,
lull Measure and
bars bail) a ? th? largt ?r Iradt
in tins city.
Inspect out stock before yon make
your purchases for thfl holid
\\ " gu?rante ? stisfactlon
Whiskey from $1.20 per gal. op.
Six Brands Ryes at $2 per gal.
Also higher grados
Whiskies, Brandies, Gins,
and in fact ftverything found in a
Urst-olau t.njuitr and Tobacco House.
Strasburger & Son,
Vb ani Vh\ Untaai res 8t.
ELK RUN WHISKEY.
This celebrated brand if KhNircKY
PURKRYK WHISKKY, goaranteed 100
|i!i>uf and 2 yes?? old ?t 12 per ir l on Is for
sale by Mrs. J. K. Monroe, Commerce
ktreet, Frederick?bnri:, \n For ?Inor it
has no superior al the price. It is smooth
pleasant to tltink, Bud there is not a bead.
aclic In a gallon < tome mid try it. nuil vnn
will buy no otlii-r.
mch25 l m
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Pure Rye Whiskey, Pure, Did Rum, I'urt
Holland Gin, Pure Sherry Wine. Port
Kreuch Brandy. I'nre Apple Brandy,
Pure Peach Brandy. Pure Blacklierrj
Brandy. A complete stock of I.icpiori
for medical use at the old Kehablt
Urocery Store of
CHAS. WALLACE & BRO.
Cor. Main Commerce Sti.
PRKDBRICKSBURH. ? ? VA
Manufacturer and Dealer In
I1ARKIAGE8, 8CRRKYB, Bl"UJIKP
CONCORD AND SPINDf I WAttONI.
Platform Spring Wagons.
Bnslneai and Pleasure Waponi of ?very
description. Special attention |iv*n to r*
p?tnn? ?rid r?r.?lntln?
W. S. EMBREY.
Successor to Knibrey & Berryman.)
Dealer In RA'LPOAD CROB8 TIJC8, CS
DAR POSTS, 8POKR8 AND HOOP8
Keep* constantly on hand a large supply
or Haled Hay and Mil! Feed. BP-Offioane*
KallrrMd Harm! fra^.rlrl.hnrr V?
GEO. J. FLETCHER,
ARCMTKCT AND BUII.DKR,
Plans, Specifications, Klevations, Details.
Work of all kinds in the building line.
Thorough personal supervision of al
work, town or country.
BECOMINO A MOTHE?V
A Sure Way to Avoid I
ry true woman ?rants t- I.?? a
t r. A baby is the dream of her life
- the crowning glory <>f \\ i
true hsppinewi can never be
without the blessings a child brin
Yet tlie? ordeal through v, ! b nil
mothers must paas la ho full ii pain,
aniiety and fear, that many s
life m sacrificed becauaaof theina j
to undergo theetruj gleof < hikll
It M not neceaiarj i<? eiifT. r m I
Ii K new lift? ititD tin? world. I
uae of "Mother's Friend," tin? i
Ing and difnL'er ran Im? avoided I
the boor robbed of Its ?dread and pa n.
Tbia remedy is praised l>> I
who iuive tasted it livery ?ron
aniiotm to l.-arti how to avoid ' ?
pntn and milTcrintr which muy I?.? In
store for her, 'I hn little be* k, "Before
Haliy I? Born," will !><?
address noon application tot1^ Brad?
Held Regulator < o., Atlanta, Georgia.
Chung?? In ttie Roarrt oi lupervlaei
Sir'la, tin. I'll , rir.kii :m I Mr ?To
Ret r? Jr. 0 U.A. M.I
a Hall, fee .ve
Km?.' (.?'?? rge U M .
r. tard . f Sopervia n mi I
.'.'iir? H mue j oeterday, ai
many accounts, und train i I
buaineaa of iiuporl
\\ i- the app lintment f '
Smith, who a u
the legal agent ai
the board, for the pun
for eikul board, any an I .
int.-rest payable by I nib
government h ndi Invented in
said board. It w.i- the l.i?l
that would be attended by Chairman
It V. Bottle, a bo hai
of the li ?vd for the i i i
and it- chairman for the !.i ?
he having I.n app inted -
dent ..f the l' ?r. 1 he board ? ;
the services of a most ? -.
efficient member?, om w h has > l
ministered tie- duties . f hi.?
dignity ami with jnatii e to al
goes ? with the plaudit? i
good a hi? l"!! iw
Mr l' 1 1' W
111 Ii i- m kdi ?
i nergetic ufil * r and tl
ends attend him
The Junior Order I Ameri ? in
Mechanics, a growing organis?t! m of
mir county, composed of m
beat citizen?, made application ? r per?
mission to erect on the public -?.
bandsome hall for if h use, which ap?
plication the I. .ir<l ha? nnd< i
The Meesi it I'ow batai . ire
loading n large vessel with corn it
the "Hop Yard" landing, which they
luve m hi tu the Cambridge Milling
Mr. George Mason, a leading young
lawyer of Colonial Reach, was at
'?l'-rk'* off] leSaturd ly I ?-t i n pr i
al busim ss
The Commonwealtb ag linsl H
Boots, colored, indictment for I
jury and acqnittal,
'l'be evidence of "Brer1 'HenryClark,
one ? i the witneasei t' ? the < ' mm n
wealth, would have done credit I
minstrel troupe, hi- description of
what he termed the "wild cat and
raccoon tight," bringing down the
Judge, 0, H Asnton allowed -
for defending Hohen s ott, which was
ordered to be certified to the 1'. it 1 t
Allowances for Grand und Petit
juror?, entered and ordered to be certi?
Order that the Secretary of the 0 i
monwealth do furnish W. ft. Rose
Commonwealth's Attorney elect ?
of the Code of Virginia, 1887.
Hi?? Sfwanl. *100
The readers ot tiii? paper ?rill be pl< i-i .i to
learn that thereIsal least one dread? J ;
Unit setenes bai been able to ours Ii
itaavs and that I? Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
the only posiths oure no? k:
the asedleal fraternity, Catarrh beinracun
stltiitioiia! diteaae, requires const tutlonal
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure l- taken In
T, aetirir 4trectlj upon the Mood anil
mucous surfaces of the system, then
itroytog tin- foundation ol the dl*
ifhinif the putient strength by bulldlnrup
the constitution and ?Misting nature In doing
Its ?..ik. The proprtetora haveso mu ;h faith
in it- earatlve powers, that they offer (Hie
Hundred Dol?an foi any san ?! ? r r it
cine. Bead lor ii-T ol 'I I I
Address. F.J i iii:\i.v\ cu., i ? lo, i>.
Sohl by Drufsrltta, tie.
Hall's tamil) Tills an- the best
Centenarian Asks Divorce
Ueorjre Wray, who is 108 years Of age,
who lives at Columbus, Indiana, de?
sires a divorce from his wife, Susan,
who is only ??7 years of age
Mr. Wray, who wa? born In London
(lorry, Ireland, May I, 17!i7, has been
married three timos. Of II children
born to his first wife, throe are living.
Three were born to his second wife,
two of whom are living,and three were
horn to his last wife, all of whom are
Ho and his present wife have been
separated since 1806,
The judge made an allowance
for attorney'? fees. Wray, it is said,
owns 110,000 worth of land.
Dr. Oady's Oondition Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in had
oondition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifnge. They are not food but
medicino and the liest in use to put a
horse in prime oondition. Price 25
cents per package For aale by M. M.
i, Ml, 1.1 Ho
titrol nnd State
? :il if mi il .th. r
St.it?>* ai iiiK in tlii B lu
.- i prot iding t ir tli'
? i the I itnlri under the "?
in it- forn .
. the v iri in*
rn I Idt ut: ti w .im th - if M ii
th.- Bp| i lie 11 irernor of
I i .
. Ii rested \> nit tin- p iwi i t
tainini I ? erning und regn
rn as th" Soul
inted t ' any
,n their present holdings The
? i\ id ill I
and ss ? li it? so I tli" vari?
ous (.?? He and his inb irdi
? warrant, all j ?
? t law - and
trdin in feature of th? law i -
it f ,rt ment of ch ap 1i
.- to the t tngmt i
if ii: er m
thin o tintrv. bol 'In- importance of the
Industry has h-eii rapidly declining of
ind nearly nil the Del i*vate
luv ground* ?p' barren of natural
growth. The oyster producing area Ii
put at i, -.?o ire mili -. or ll'J u K) acre*
Maori ?'? ru v rleep tribu?
th" Delaware, has long I" en no!
one "f tli" lt"-r oyster planting sections
o i tli" AM ml io coast, and I r b
? y the business ;i is been carried
i>n there, i>ut if Is no longer pr. (Hable
to ?m;. nt, Million* of bush?
els of Chesapeake oysters hare been
planted in Maurice river The plant'
its, however, had no legal right to
their planting gr in Is i key steked
: operated sections of river bot?
tom by o 'mm .u o meant and i
th" Invasion of their assumed rights as
best they could without any aid from
the State The titln remained In the
SI it". They have been held with at
any compensation to th" State, und no
t tv - :ir.- levied upon tin m or upon the
oysters cultivated thoi
Ab time went on serious controver
end ?ri-.it biases were an?
nually sustained through depredations
of persons, who would rake the beds
defiantly and ipenly, These facts and
the diminishing value of the entire
oyster business: i ( the Delaware i
tli" l ist Legislature to ad ipt a nef
tena, u- sketched above There is good
authority for the statement that all flic
Jersey oystermen, from the highest to
fi" lowest, and all the oyster Interests
?if the Delaware, from tli" ^".it^i-t to
the smallest, approve the new law a*
being complete, Nut in the whole hie*
tory of the industry have tliey liait m U
pr epecta as they will enj.iv under St.it"
A Tliiutsinil of Them r'"rbi?lil' n IB In?
*\ thouaand refugeee who are attempt.
Ingtooometo Manila are ii"ing turned
bi"k by the authorities, who are fear*
t'ul of the i'tty I?-!''miiig overpopuleted.
oaeeiog a pestilence and famine. There
?ir" fr?quent tights ou the country
r tads of men, women, and children Bteg
gering alniig under It nils of household of
Th" refugees are hungry hut not
starving. The American ofticials are is?
suing rit-e kg them for their pr"-"iit
M iny nf the refugees tell of being
forcetl to give up their supplies to the
insurgent army. They aro afraid to
return to the enemy's line* on account
i if the possible attacks.
The insurgent government is to i?sne
an order fur all the military force* tn
discard their uniforms and wear
ordinary white in order to deceive our
Oommaniet Me* have been
firmed iu northern Luzon for eqoal
division of property.
Tetter, Salt-Rhenra and Eczema.
The intense itching aud smarting in?
cident to these diseases, is instantly
allayed by applying Chamberlain's F.ye
and Skin Ointment. Many very bad
hare Ibmsj permanently cured by
it. It is equally efficient for itching
piles and a favorate remedy for sore
nipples, chapp-td hand, chilblains,
(ruet bites and chronic sore eye?, 25ot*.
per box. For sale by M. M. Lewia.
samp:iin to be rejuihi)
a nu h ?. Order al i er?t .
win n it Admit Him.
I: n Aim ir.ii W I F iiii| 11 will
h il lie o, u| ? .1 member of the Military
i bder i I !? ign War? i I thl I uited
it h said hy nu ml
? ,n mi ion, rhe
g ven i- thai he I . iplied with
t lie i ni. - nf the >i dei relating t i tin
uliiu--i .ii i ! iii'w member? i >n<
pu i- tii.it tu appii ?nf t r
? ?m mast lile lui record
itely every Incident con
uected with his active service in any
.wo Ke ?r Admir u S imps m
h i- ii .t o iraplii i with tin- rnle, and
for that rea i it i- ?aid h
. . : SS 1 i
1.1-' wint' t the c mmitti ?? ? I oompan
: t?., irder, ol which Admiral
? ie most honored member,
i U'ii a I aira! t? imps m
indidate. W ird to ti..
?;' t ' him,and he n ^ponded,
heartily tfa inkitiL' the committi e t ? its
? tfor to confer the h nor 11 mi inber
ship up 'ii him and announ ling h tu
?'candidate. Then followed a let?
I m irai, jri-t -ii h
lent my landidate for membership in
,-, 'M ir asked f it ? detail
out of the service performed by
him, i that this report "f
service !lr-t must be passed npon
ipi I leant
. limn, i! to full membership,
. - imps m bas ht en silent
Ir i- taken by the committee that the
rear admiral either does not careta
meet the requirement! for active mem?
bership or has changed his mind ah 'Ut
?iif a member. At the text
meeting, it ii -aid, the rear admiral's
iti m f ir membership will b re
Tue Military Ordei <f !?' in Ign War-,
although young, i? a p iwerful and ex
clnaive organization. It was the or
ganization that rejected Ueneral i
?ever ? uro < leneral K ig in
had made application for membership
to the Pennsylvania commandery. it
i i- i it id apon i ivorably, and he was
? a candidate, with the
asa il req lest that be -> ud in hi
tailed statement vie?. Then
came Bagan'a attack on General
Mile? A hurried meeting of the com?
mittee "f companions for Pennsylvania
was called, and word was sen! to the
general that in- application for mem?
bership had been reconsidered and re?
ite eommanderies el*
ways reserve for themselves the priv?
ileges of iinal action on a person' in?
vited to her mi" a member.
In ingh it is not known t i have the
slightest bearing on the Sampson case,
it is ? fact that Rear Admiral Bchley
h a prominent member of tho oom*
mandery of this state, which oom
mandery Rear Admita! Simpson has
seemed to snub in his refusal to com?
ply with its condition for membership.
It is believed if Dowey accepts any
of the invitations to banquet sent bim
it will 1?' one forwarded bim today by
the committee of the Order of Foreign
War-, of which organization he
FILIPINOS HAROTO WHIP.
A Returned Nebraska Surgeon Si.ys Volun?
teers Think Fight ng Fl llplnoa Not Justl
Ourson It. r Jensen, of the First
Nebraska Regiment, Ins returned to
Omaha, Nebraska, in charge of Col
Stot?enberg'fl body. He has made, some
rather startling observations on tho
war in the Philippines, saying;
"I really do not see how we are go?
ing to whip the Filipinos I presume
it is not exactly pnpi-r for me to say it
josl now, bnt personally I do uot re
gard?sae present war justified, uudthat
sentiment prevails to a great degree
among our man. In fact, nearly all of
thorn look at the matter in tho same
light, and it somewhat di-pirits them
to he warring against a race which is
lightiug fir liberty and independ?
" fYherever we went we found pro
olamations stating that the Filipinos
wore willing to die, bnt not to sur
render. They are inspired by what
they consider g greatoaues, and it will
bo a difficult matter to oonqaev a peo?
ple fighting for independence.
"The Filipino trenches aro works of
art, indicating that there are many ex?
perienced engineers among tho natives.
These trinches are a? high as a man's
head, and are so shaped that the only
way to got the Filipinos out of them is
by storming or executing a flank move?
ment, which is sometimes very diffi?
"Tho first great movement iu reverse
was a failure, for the Filipinos are a
wily race and know something of mil?
itary tuctics. When they retire they
burn their vilagos, so that no shelter
will be afforded their enemy. We
were often forced to mass onr men on
account of the thinness of the lines.
This necessiated the abandonment of
ground we had already takon, and we
would have to fight again over the sanio
ground when the natives collected at
"There was really some hard lighting
at clos? quarters at tinns I recall that
ono of our men had his thumb bitten
off by a native whom he at length suc?
ceeded in killing. This was while we
were storming the trenches at La Loma
The Pklllapii ?
< " n Chaa King, w ho has
turned home from the Philippine*
Ing r.i ill-health, in an Inb i
: I III-, Till ?I'
lands will kt"p ,
and there i n tell ii ? a i
It les will ' " ise 'J'ii"y retire to the
li ut nntain r I
when tht y are whippt d and hi?l? In the
.) < > 11 ii i ? - lug on practically noth?
li a ill n? il i large
pleti i> were
works "f militar. . con
struct ?03 equal to
gime the I ilipln . le o
h u ai d we are
" I :
Utppines are a iplendi I lot of
meu.capable and accomplished fig
They behaved lib
ail t . tbeii
! m that .1 ?
try will adorn page* of Am r: tan
r-iry recen)ly . yet nnkm
(Jen. King will ?remain in
Francisco for a ft ? daj - an '.
leave for the Bast
Brilliant Ball at ataaila to I
Fri.nilaliiF With Filipino
The United States Philippine com
D gave on" of rli" most brilliant
balls Manila hail ever seen It was
f i aeries of entertainments inti
p between the Amer?
icans and the native*, The o
has tli" handsomest t. lidenoe n
m!.i. overlooking the barbor The
grounds inrrounding it were illumi?
nated, while the house
.'. It ii m" Ameri i
The newly appointed judges, Gen.
i number i f other American ottt
oers and many wealthy natives were
present. Tlier" was a display of i
u- natiV" toilets anil many j weis were
worn, ami the array of handsome wo
ni' n surprised Mi-. Americana Th*re was
a long program of American and Fili?
pino danoes, followed by the render!og
? rai Instruments! selections
Mi the "Si i 1! inner. "
r B. Sen dge, of Indiana,
who came 11 the Philippines some time
ago, has made ? fortnight's trip In the
southern Islande,visiting Iloilo, Negros
and Oebu, During hi* tour he talked
with the chief i f -i lo, a
fighting men under hi* command and
who professes friendship f * An
which friendship he hinted might be
strengthened by the continuance of tti"
annual subsidy it -nierly paid
by the Spaniards
(Jen. Smith has punished the insur?
gents at ErScalantee, Island of Negros,
fur the murder of Capt. Tilly of the
signal corps, who was tired upon by na
tives under atligoftruce and on ofl
from rej ining hi* oompenlonsOO board
the cable ship fr? in which be had land?
ed. Cien. Smith burned the towns and
killed a number of members of bands of
Insurgents whi.iuhe f? und in the neigh?
Many persons have their good
day and their bad day. Other?
are about half sick all the time.
They have headache, backache,
and are restless and nervous.
Food does not taste good, and
the digestion is poor; the skin
is dry and sallow and disfigured
with pimples or eruptions;
sleep brings no rest and work
Is a burden.
What is the cause of all this?
And the remedy?
It clears out the channels
through which poisons sre
carried from the body. When
all impurities are removed from
the blood nature takes right hold
and completes the cure.
If there is constipation, take
Ayer's Pills. They awaken the
drowiy action of the liver; they
Write to wir Doctor.
W? h?T* Uia rxrliiilT? lerrlc?* of
?mu? of tli* ni'.it ?minent pliy?li um In
til* United ?jut.-.. Writ? tri!?ly ail tli*
particular? lu t.?ir r?*?. y?u will f
CDIT*? prompt reply, without nut.
Adore.., OK. J. o. AV1.R.
Attention Harvesters !
MAOHINK OIL and FLY PAPER
Magrath & Ohesley.
For Planting in June or Jul>.
? oc?| al on?
to plant, so
...! the fail. Pfe
ii supply may
h be ma.!?'
?bl? Seed?, (irrman Millrl, Co* P???,
: un, '?ukkwhcat eh:.
r.w. WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen, Richmond, Va.
?bWwrc??I i .oracNa
ra K ii.-. l'Kiiti
: Trunk? at i
j agent for Swi nt, > irr I
Working; Pant U l not to rip, from
r. i \V1"
F Chi ?Hin*? FaflWa Diamond RraaS. ' ?
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W. B. COVINGTON.
v \!N AND M1LKOK1) BTKKKTH,
BOWLING GRELN VA.
Panda the Hungrv, Clothes the naked,
ears of the sick, ami hurie? the dead.
A full line ot i'ottinsand < aukfta always
on hand to he furnished at lowest prie???.
mr7-3m W. B. COVINUTOH.
Two ear loads CHOICE TIMOTHY
HAY, in ?tore and tor ?ale by
MAGRATH <fc (JHE3LEY.
VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE
The Board of Visitors, at their Annna*
k! on the ri.h tlav ol next .lune, wil
appoint STATE CADETdto till vacanciss
i in the 1st. 8d, Sth, 18th. Hth I8th,22<a. 2lth,
il i 3Mb Senatorial District?, and three
i vacancia at largi i| i ointments
| catrv fr<e hoard and laitlon. Applications
i ike aildre- rned on
I or before June 10th on forms that will be
! lent upon reuiier-t.
Summer Schcol Of Music
Pr.'iii Juno ">th to September 1st. Ap
.sill be raoeived st .my tint*
by letter, la care | f Mr H T. Knoic
and in person after Jane 1st,and popll?
aaaigoed foi instruction in Piano, Or?
gan, Voice, Harmony, Stfl DRAW?
ING POINTING AND DEC?
ORATING ?' special summer rat.-n
Mrs. Saubora Votos, and sflse Voi
wood. Art Olroulars it Infonaattia?
ready Juno 1st,
W. H BANBORV,
in car- of Mr. K 1 KaOS,
FOR SliPP.KHlR ARTICLE
j?%??2??V??5} If T aS#
which on account of ihr r age ano ?vana
are specially advl?ed for medicinal uruo?
Bo.d anci raconimended by
?HAS. ?TALLAOS4 BRO,
S. H. BEALEj
hh\ In? bought nut the entire Hardwar?
Mtock of John A. atone, will continu.'th?
at the OLD STAND, on ?-??MMRKCiaT and
I? now laying I" ? lull NKW ?Tih'K OF
(JIMIOS Ic the Hardware Line wbloh be will
at.ll ?t the
Lowest Cash Prices,
aav 0? and sew him before you buy?