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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and manufacturing Interests of Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
vol. ir>.?No (>8
Fredericksburg Va. T< ? ; >ay J 13, 189?).
The stylos of close-?tting Skirts
almost compel some figures to wear
a small bustle, and we have jus1
opened a lino of these that are
adapted perfectly to the require f
ment s ol the skirt and form, which
we wonld like you to see.
E. W. STEARINS,
OPERA HOUSE DRY GOODS STORE.
Strictly Good Value.
Ladina i.--ti u i H-- 1 it. ti :'..':i Rut t. Coin Ton Pat. l.?-:i t li.-i lips, ?1 fail
1 :i lies (?ermine1 hongoln Lac??, Coin Toe, Pat. Leather lips *i f>u
Samt? in COMMON SENSE TOES, all si.
This is wit boni any exception I he > "ty b^sl shoe produced
foi thi- money.
BR?LLE & TIMBERLAKE.
621 Main Street, Opp. Market Rntranc?
VSf have just opened the largest
finest 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 & C?GHILL,
wu K. Street Frederickabnrg, Va
SMITH & COGHILL
We Have Got Them at Last.
Having -mtiKht at my trip North last week g i ids way below manufacturer's
pri?e. Men's Oalf Boote, hand sewed, worth 11 '?", t?t | . SO; Men's Oalf Pegged
Roots at $2 (10; Ladies' Oxford Tus. worth ? il |l 00; worth *t 35, at
Mis?e*'Oxfords from $1.00 to 10 cents; Child's 25 My s| ck must be eold. No
reasonable offer refused for any ind Kamine my stock and be
SI?) Main Street.
rose he had a poor
wheel and it went to
MORAL: Buy a Good
and the prices are right.
Adams' Book Store.
AND DBA1.RK IN
lients' Furnishing Ooodn
My Htork is now eoninlete in every ilepart
iiieot corisiNtiiif; of the lalent Rtyleaanil best
faillira from Kreuch, Bngliah, Bc.otcli anil
American manufactur?e, seleeteil with the
greatiwl earn with Hi? view to supply the
wants and taMe of every customer, hvery
Bottom Prices and Satisfaction
Also full ?mi of tienta' Furnishin?Good?
?jncli as I ?reas tilnrts Nurlit Hlnrt?, Drawer?,
Collar?. Cuffs, ?lovea, Hnspemlers. Hearts,
Ties. Milk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Half
Hose, Hcarf Pins, Cuff and Collar Buttons.
Watch Chains and ('harms, Bilk, Alpaca aid
uinehain Umbrellas, Ax.
?S?- ''all and examine nnr ?toe?
New Spring ?Millinery.
Rvery few days we an' aililiiiK too? new
an.) beautiful stuck of Millinery. The latest
style?in Ladies'straw Sailors, whit?,?nixed
Mini l.lat-k. rniivh ?nil plait., I rom '?!?> cents to
II aft i.iris an.I Hoy?' Sailors, ?lute an.I
mixed, ii'.in sato II?) Beautiful Hit'ot
Mualln K?nnet? and Hats for l'li i Mr* n. In
white aii'i colors. Just received, ami I can
offer?ceciai barcales in tluiu.
MRS. H. E. TOHPKINS
816 B Street
Goodrick, Bernard & Davis.
PRROKRK KBBITR VA
?a full line o??
R RATING STOV IB, WOOD A 0041
CIhv Flue I'ii* for Chinmi'y?. flu
Ko?riiiK, .Slffl Koottne;. UBS-Kltting M
InwMt Priese. Iron Force PlimpS ?I
-Aient? for tris?
OtLBBRATRD IKON KINO, KITZ I ?I
AND FAK.MKK HUM.
BRUT ON THK MAKKKT
(ALL ON UH BaVORl YOU Bll V
Qoodrick, Bernard & Davis
John Q. siurkamp Go.
The Dfwsj H?me Posd Nsl Climbin
rj| .'.:-.. raa Wai
I'. lit i more S
? i 11,? efl ? ?
i A inii ral J
intim .' ?? hav
Il'f ?II ' A ?
thon : ion that, nn
loss the so
rapid j '
aii'l humiliating h tb t thi committe
''It wu ca
service .uni with much : the govern
the sum ?
? the am
Bald, former ex p
-u ?h ? m ?? tati 'i.
11 v.- of all 11
-un?: ir institu?
Dtribotions tHixt might !"? made.
? le?era) Oorbin ' mmit
? ' my and .1
1! .1 '?uiiiut
inoe and .>;. with the Admiral
' "i'h m- ?r.'iilar? \. 1
printed and 'li-'.
wealthy individuals and business bouse?;
will !i" notified tint subscriptions wil
!)?? welcome, and it h understood thai
United State- "a- i-nr<T Roberts, win
h also a member f the committee, In?
tends visiting New V ?k. m an efforl
? rest wealthy per? ms 1.1 tint citj
m the in rement A r-t.uj
Vanderlip.of tip- Treasury Department,
i- determined t > use the national bank
log sTstem t'i it- full whili
First Assistant Postmaster-General
Heath is willing tint posti .- rs ani
p ?stoifioes ~h.il! be utilized 1
"Much ni thi- machinery
ready i"'!i put in motion, but with thi
? surprising resnlts Men who weit
expected to contribute bave not only
!> i-in\? ly rein* 'i. but hare given theii
reasons m communications tu the De
partment; some stating that th y do
not b?liers the Admiral wishesthe i?-"
jilo to jire?"iit him with ? residence,
while others say that bis salary of
nearly $15,000 Is sufficient toenable any
man to live in handsome style, it is
tli? purpose of the committee to a| peal
t.. wealthy residents of Washingt m tu
contribute, and falling in th it t > exert
such influence as the members may pos*
-??-- apon rich men in other cities
The amount so far receired is paltry.
" It is interesting to note in thin
Connection how the money was raised
f..r the purchase of a bouse m Wash?
ington years ag 1 for (/?neral Sheridan.
Til:- h inse cost $u 000, and th" entire
amount, it is said, was raised among
forty-four gentlemen, each of whom
drew his cheek at a dinner one evening
for $1,000. Tne man wbo su^ested the
ffift is undent >od to have been Charle-?
II. Farwcll, of OhicagO, later United
States Senat.ir from Illinois. Mr Par?
well asked a number of wealthy men to
meet him at a dinner party. Genera]
Oorbin filled (be place "f s' me one who
c mid nut attend. At the does of the
dinuer Mr. Farwll drew his che. k fur
$1,000 and asked the others present,
with the exception of Qeneral Oorbin,
to contribute. Hisrrquett met with a
prompt response, the sum required was
raised ami the house purchased and
presented to Qeneral Sheridan."
Spain's Greatest Need*.
Mr R P, Olivia, of Barcelona. Spun,
spends his winters at A1 ken, S U. Week
nerves had caused sevr? pains in the
back of his head On using Electric
Bitters, America's greatest Blood and
Nerve Remedy, all pain soon left him
He says this grand medicine is what
his oounfry needs. All America knows
that it cure? liver and kidney troubles,
purifies the blood, tones up the stomach,
strengthens the nerves,puts vim, vigor,
and new life into every muscle, nerve
and organ of the body. If weak, tired
or ailing you need it. Every bottle
guaranteed, only 50 cents. Sold by M.
M. Lewi?, Fredericksburg, Va., Drug?
A CELESTIAL PHENOMENON
lUP 1er s l'ie il1 i
Planatary IVondi n
( ; r Servias in New 'i i
| A world I liiggei Hi n
fii.it '? ihe -i ??? f Ibe phenoinen >i
no? hanging inthesky.in plain i
voning I. ?? b I
?il' .nt H .'ri ?k. Iifi v
tl". end there h i
it .1 up i tir. mut tt'.. ancients n
it. tti it title knew whsl they
when they named it aft? t tl
111 ? giKls 1 li" St it
:ir mud it. look pitifully i ilnl h
(t.ii 1-..II with th.. i* .l.|. n ? pit
tiif farm as Spies, ahich is
- weal of ?
whi li rinks in tli" tir-t . ?
Hied stare, \i pale and Imdgi
When any ? ! ihe mil itnl i
" irtli :
tii' mi '.i 1 ok m Jnpitei
hi* gauge II i- i non it.- ( i
h lughty litt!.' 11 inel that .;
far >w iv It we gui within
nui"-. ..f tiiiu wt should ?
lus m ...us itockily , ???? o ?
than ni' .nt
i m Independen ?? is safe mi
It i- ,i won lerl ul night t . -" .i
with ii t?lese >pe His
than -?'..! "" mile? in diameter, in -
much llattenod :it tin' p :
sa ?ftness ' t tu- r | at ion that Ik
? pumpkin shaped Kvery
r?n ins eqn itor is Hying .i? the ?
miles m an
w ?tch it f >r ;i intli wh
th" m ition,
crawling t ire ard nf tl
es linn I?
ti nra t" turn round, w :
tie ? .mil requires i li ars i r that lut
of dail] i'r. in sum
i npiter only live h .or- . I.
I'oople up their ni't-i ?
sl iw method? ?
Bui tb? .r ye irs are al
as 1 <ufi as nurs ' Nine th
hundred of Jnpit?
years I ' h Id a
tli" inhabitants i. .?
New Yea ? ' It
Is i a irld of sh it ilumben and iiui k
wirk, and with everything n i
1 here Is I iscinatiou ii
swift whirl of Jupiter on hi
What a tt-rnti' .mi mnl of energy
g M" to waste ' But i? rb ipa it does not
gather t. waste , p n ihance there
la an exhilaration in the lif>- ol -
pi ni't that Inspires it Inhabitants with
physical and mental energy tai ?
anything th.it we dwellen n Ihe low
earth can oommand
B . great :i planet sa Jnpil
full of tremendous power, ought
to have Inhabitants proportioned to its
own magnificent self. Borne aati
men have taught that Jupiter, if in
hiihit^d at all, 'Miit.iins only pygmies,
-?? large oreatures would be over?
whelmed by thoir own weight th? re
Bnt, ii", Jupiter is too grand a w irld
nt- ' The rapidity ..f Its i ta
tion, oontrsdicting ihe ordinary rulf
that liirn" bodies m ive slovt ly,
that Jnpiter is not the home of the
common place and the usual, any more
than it is of the indolent and -1 "?iy [|
i- ??innhatifally the world of the wnli
awake, and would do millions of
Adam's descendants good to go there
and tnko lessons
?100 Eewaril. ttCC
The readers ol tins panel will be pi
earn that then Iial Ii u t oncdri sd< i 'ii-. .1 .
tlnii science bas hcenabloto cure in
ni.) thai 1 ? ni u rh. 11. '
('un is the only posltit 0 cure no? * 1
the medical fraternity. Catarrh hein?
Mitiitlonal disease, requires 1
treatment. Hall'? Catarrh Cure Is taken in
U-rna ly, actln?; directly upan the 1.1 and
raucous ?urfacea ol the ?ystem, thereby dc
stroylnK the foundation ol thi
giving the patient strength by huiidin?; up
the constitution and assisting nature in ilufnjr
its ?..i k. 1 lie proprietor? have ?o mu ;h faith
m ii- curative power?, thntthey offer One
Hundred Dollar? for anjrcaai ihal H :
cure. Send lor list .>i r? il lm<
A.l.lies-, r. .1 CIIRN'KY .v C?J
Sold 1.y Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Famllj I'llll air the I" -t
The Standard Oil Comparu
The tactics employed by the 8l
Oil Company and other oil companies
of a trust character to crush competition
were thoroughly airei at last Friday's
session of the Industrial Commission,
State Senator Davis, of Marietta, Ohio,
who owns an oil refinery at afatietta
and is interested in oil producing
fled. Mr. Divis has been engaged in
the bu-i'i. ss of producing- oil for the
?1 i-t twenty years. Km the p Mt
years the witness has been interestedin
the refining of oil
The oil wells owned by Benatot Davis
afe located iu the vicinity of Bfarietl 1.
and about seven years ago lie. t getbei
with several associates, undertook to
refine th? product obtained from his
property Senator Davis remained m
the refining industry nearly two feats,
bit was at last compelled to retire ow in?
to the slurp competion imposed by the
Argande Kefiniii|/ company, now apart
of the Standard Oil Company. The
product of the wells belonging to the
witness was of a grade of sutil liant
purity to mike lubricating oil. This
was sold principally to the railroads.
For some time the Baltimore and (>hio
Southwestern Railroad purchased its
supply of lubricating oil from Senator
Davis' refinery, but ultimately the com
l'inv l..-i' un" m?"!.--?.-.t in tii" Argand
Ki lining ( ' nipany ai buyini
fr. m the 11 '\ i- (ftiiceru
dually the l raih ai
II"?- .IS til ii,i
the r? il combine
' indard < H
in tu m ?
with which tli" . i i< t. i
I' ll.'H IV
by hitn and his a
i m tli" i ' irnii
m vi h ; ... bes
f tii m ti. il
- til" pr ?
price f ir hl?
? ? . claiming
t i" I ti" r<
lining in w in.-li S' nal I il I
m o? innl
3l mi lid ? lil
? Hiding tho i i i
tli it tl
11 .s .?: ? ? . the f i ? thai out,no
pip* lines leading
? he 0 irning field, Senat >r Davis
SI m I.it i -
? ? ?
thin tin rate
? t r r ites fr"iii
: I.V tli" C
f iti 'ii between rs and
the represent itiven id the St ind u
nil 'lin i'i
,:i - TI
a tti" . - m i -1 yes ? t en oj
approached the shipping clerk of tl
?o w In. ii Senat .r 1? iv
I and i ffered hi
>ney if he won! I rep? rt to tl
St,m D inn's of the ill
tornera of the Independent company ,tfa
it of th'-ir purchases and tl:
pi,.. - thi v p ut lii" clerk in quei
ti .o did not si ' pi th" bribe and r?
?i .it"il the matter to biaemploye -
witness stated thai he thought tii
>il Company secured frei
? ? tti" desired Informetio
ruing the : rival firm?
If happened In elm ai ise tha
the independent e mpwy would r>
reivi a letter fn m a cost imer,
th it Ihe Btandard ? HI Company,
.i at a n
dut eil price, and luctfcr
was mi f by the Davis a ? rn the i m
t. mer was I
Since S inator I) i\ ?i iny wa
; ont "f business the price of ol
has been raised. The Independent pre
ducera iiav" do Infl lenoe at the presen
time in controlling the price. Th
S rular.I Oil rjomp iny oontr ils in near
ly every Instance the means "f tran*
p irting nil (nun the fields f i consura
ing < entres
The rata ol wages of men employe?
in the several departments of the i"i*?
: pr?i lucing "il remains good.
The Argaiidi <n? Company was pur
chased about a year ago by tli" Stand
aid Oil Company. Senator Davis wa
"f the . pinion that li" ri old bnild tin
s ?in" ('tant t'.ir which -'.o.o'o was paii
Mr. P. K itcham, of 1'ik. Oltj
"During my brother's late sick
ne?s fr m soiatic rheumatism, Ohatn
berlain's Pain Balm was the only rem
"fly that gave him any relief." Man]
others have testified to tho prompt re
lud from pain whii-h tblfl liniment ef
fords For aale by M. M. Lewis,Drug.
The Bubonic Plague.
The black death, or bubonic p
whi-ti reappeared In Hongkong lu
1891, hae since spread with alarminf
rapidity end today makes its dress
presence felt in klsdsgssoar, Beat Af
rica, Man? luir?a, Mina, and Turkes
tan Its devaatationi in ludia ;?r. -ml
ti" fer mora serions tkan otBoial
ttatemeotfl would lead us to believe.
Jalian Ralph, In ''Harper's Weakly,"
reports three hundred deaths daily
for B nil'iv and -i\ for Calcutta as the
mortality olaimed on soooaal of the
plagas; bal he asserta that these figures
, . \ 11 u" and that tispreak abroad
the real truth would be to generate
at inn I ver the whole wotld.
Mr Ralph belieTCS that the black
death is liable at any day again to
darken Kurope by its horrible shadow ;
or that it nmy even make its first ap?
pearing m America by one of those
sadden, cruel leaps that it made in
scaling th? mountains of Turkestan,
a 'd wi rse than decimating the village
of Angz ip, which is fourteen thousand
feet above the sea leavel. with oold
dry air. The complete oontrol which
t gaiued in this last named place
i'p \"s ti, it the i'l igue i nil1." ?
of i -1 ii(i it ic conditions, and that al
'"Uiitri"s are equally In danger ol ji
ror, its visit to/
wa? most m\-tiT'm- m its origin, ; i
the only m- u i i idling this
miterons th it f> *
g i- know o f thi?
i I n, but If is
?I" . I!
I ill b lie? ' t r r.v
in m my other onlndeiititied ?
n againi t the *pi
the p] ? lud? m poi '
I th in n"lie at all Would le il
ill" di lin i'" situ iti"ii it:
I m lud ? i
,i |. vi isli i| -." neither i
' i! it "i
N ta i' ut
handle this condition any !? I
i- a ii mi u ?? t.. the world at large and
? to gnard its
own d ors, A n o thi r and iuitn
? i- il.?porting ofplagni germs
ry lirocti in by tl ? itors and uied
ical -' ? ' stndj
ind . raris ly
i tube of microbes with t
The .o'li r win h
losion or other
? .? i
? s the liberal ion ol one of which
mlghl il< -ii"V thousands up< n thousands
t lire? Truly we lire am ?ng perils
tiikt we seldom realize until the time
f ii prevention has loi . i ?
A Kri-tiilul Eludter.
Will i " a borribli burn
the liest in the world, will kill the pain
nid ?ii .'. it (Jures ?M Sores,
Kevei Sore?, Ulcers, I ? il-. Kolons,
Corns, all -kin Eruptions Best Pile
,Mir. "ii earth I ?sill ?t? a b >i
i litaran) ; I by M M Lewis
1 ?'!. Ii n iksburg, Va, Druggist
List ?if WrMln-s
: ill iwing i- a ?ist nt writings
recorded ku Sp ?taj It an i i i ant ??
Miv court, '
B W Obaucellor t.. W II Lockvrood,
.la- l* .11 it.l and ii- to Amos
S Silver and al to Amis Si i v
John Pollard sod ax, to Am ? Silver.
d.e.l for land
111 Orroci and al. to Am -s Sil?
ver, deed for land
A T, E nbrey, ooiamissioner, to
Henry \\ site, dei d f"r land.
H A Oaruer ?yid a?s t.. K. M
Waller, deed f >r land.
0 A Orrock and ala to A B. Kowe,
h e.l for land.
J. r, Owens to Harris <V Orismond,
deed for land.
A. Alsop ami sis. to Mr. E Oombs,
? ir land.
A E lv W B I I ; . U inoi li ''d for
L M Bates and ax to Isaac Minor,
: i r land.
M. A Smith and al. to V. C. I
deed for land
W. H. Oook t i /.ion Hill Church,
deed for land.
B, (J Smith tn M R. Jobbling am.
il , deed f"r land,
M I!. K .we and u\ m I, I'
dee I for land.
.1. M. Smith and al- | It. I.,
day, deed for land.
W. M. and B. 0. Bollock ta Adelaide
( I roen, det ?l for land.
M. U Canada? to J I' II Or'is
mond, trustee, deed tmsf on land.
Wm Bernard to St. < lea It. Fita
Irustee, d< ed trust on land.
M R Jobbling and al. to A T. Em
hr.'v, trustee, di ed trust on l md.
Thos. Watson to J. P, II. Orismond,
trustee, de.d tru-r on land.
A. II Biggs and als to A T. Km
brey. trustee, deed tru-t on land.
H at. Waller and wife to A. il.Oris
in ml, truste", deed trust on land.
Arthur Broa n to .1 I' H Orismond,
i. astee, deed trust on land.
K i!. Young and als. to Jon, Hart
m m. trustee, deed treat on land
THE NUT CEN3US
Guess r at the Population.
What will be the population uf the
United Btatee according to the twelfth
oensns? The offloial guess i- something
more than ?7,000,000, oran Inorases of
eboal i '..1.000 in ten yearn Or. W.
H Wines, tho assistant director of the
rensus, soands s nota of warning to
those who look for a populstlon of bo,
1,00.000 or more la 1900
? -It will be nowhere near that figure, "
he"say*. "The public is inehned t..
. ven-t?mate the population, not only
of particular neighborhoods, but of the
whole country, the result being disap
pointment when the facts become known
Seventy-live millions, more or less, is
about what the twelfth census will show
the population of the United States to
The Government Actuary. J. S. Mc?
Coy, is offen called upon for e-diinstes
of the number of inhabitants in the
United States at given dates, which he
furnishes to Congress and the executive
departments for statistical purposes
Mr. McCoy estimates thar the popula?
tion of the Halted States in June, 1900,
will be 77.i!7(5,000, it is how, according
to his estimate. 7ii "11,000. MoCoy is
quite confident of the accuracy of his
figures. He does not think the actual
population will exceed his estimate.
-f.m'- i. pre enfli _
? ti" p
" | oat i
ing est no ??
Tho Nicaragua Csmmiisioi
I', ildi Dl M :K
ussi .11 Buthi i ..? id by Cong
determine th" ui.>-t feasible ami ;
cal route for a waterway
.- ol Pana
By tic toll authorising its appoint*
ment, ? a is appr rpriated to the
c immisaion, to
p irt upon the r
Nicaragua and Panama A tup
will I?" n. ft" t.. ;
immediately m t rder that a lull .
may be submitted to C i hen It
Ing members Rea V'lmiral John
G. Walk) r, IS. N H m Samuel
f Florida; Alfred N ble, oivll
engine? :. t [Ilia M ;rn
-.ii, civil engineer, of New York
Petei C. Mains, U. S. A : Prof Wil?
liam H. Burr, of Connecticut? Lieut.
U"l Oswald li. Ernst, U S. A. ;1
M Haupt, civil engineer, of Pennsyl
vania; Prof. ISmory K Johnson, of
1;. ir Admir.il Walk?I B lios,
and Mr H nipt are mi mbera of the pr?s.
al <J immifls
Senator Pes io,of Florida i *uown
throughout the c mutrj I dis?
tinguished ability and p. cnliarly riu di
t'nd in many \s lys f .r dut]
i f irg? s Morris
known engineers in the oouutry, He
Civil Bogineers ami i> m 11
Z~. '?> HJr.:
see @ S?ow
jk We never did; but we have
fl seen the clothing at this time
jk of the year so covered with
]1 dandruff that it looked ?s if it
n had been out in a regular snow
I No need of this .snowstorm.
6 As the summer sun would
M melt the falling snow so ail]
melt these flakes of dandruff in
the scalp. It goes further than
this: it prevents ihcir formation.
It has still other properties:
it will restore color to gray hair
in just ten times out of every
And it does even more : It
feeds and nourishes the roots
of the hair. Thin hair becomes
thick hair; and short huir be?
comes long hair.
We have a book on the Hair
and Scalp. It is yours, for the b
ft you do not nhtiln all th*h*n?Att 9
y on ?as?etad Irota tli? o*a o( iba Ylrvr, 8L
write til? iliK-t.T ? Oily ?
tuare U ?on;? Jlfl?i ully with your ?en- BL
era! syit<am wbu-l? may l>? aaally r? ?
U;o??kf. Addn-aa. W
DU. ?. C. AY Kit, Lowell, Maas. Va.
For Planting in June or July.
t ^ '
111 ii.!. told stor
sting in June
' ?! und
' i 'lop ?U
' .' ?:ii! Wi
ci tin ir
? i.e made
ra?an Milkt, Co* Pea?.
le?; intt Sorghum* buckwheat. BSC.
;.\\. WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen, ? Richmond, Va.
CftTOrSrCiH W. WROTEN.
DliR AND CONTRACTOR.
I ?.eciflcat'oni; wll
i Biecting all clauses et
furnish hands by th?
si ntsnd |Vtswork
? -.on n try.
A. MASON GARNER.
Jontractor a ad Builder,
l r?r? Foundry
Sfjn nn ?notob?don?
?M tiinnci at rook
loi Sweet, tirr ?.
ted not to rit*, fru?a
Two car loads CHOICE TIMOTHY
IIA.Y, In store and for sale by
MAQRATH ? CHESLEY.
TOR SUPERIOR ARTICLE
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i 11 ,t? WAI.LAI \.\ BRO.
A BDB01 t,
a very capable member.
Alfred N .I .' a i- f irninily a member
d one of tfcv ins mmissions. H?
very hiuh la his profession in
ig i and elaawhern, and ha? been
engaged in m my Jar^e engineering un
0 ion.! Krnst will be remembered a?
f rmer luperiniendenl of the Military
Academy, and is known as one of the
?.?ipi'i .1 m tne Corps of.
! '!- depart?
ment of engineering of Columbia Uni
> ifork city. He has had
ind l sen a consult
ing ea| ' ?' ''? " with some
,f th" oountry's largest public works.
Prof. Emory K Johnsm, of the Uni?
versity of i'eniisylvania, waa evidently
of his peculiarly
?rrunic? qaalifloatloaa us a student of
comment! and economics. The Presi?
dent h is felt tluf the economic and
commercial side , f the investigation
into th" proposed canal notes it one of
its ni'-t Important features, and in
Bg Prof Johnson he has acceded
to the recommendations and wishes of
m my prominent commercial organisa?
T?n?r, Salt?unaum and Ecaama,
The. intense itching and smarting in?
cident to these diseases, Is instantly
allayed by applying Chamberlain's Bye
and Skin Ointment. Many very bad
oases have been permanently cured by
it It is equally effloient for- itching
j pile? and a favorate remedy for sore
nipples, ohapped hand, chilblains,
! frost bites and chronic ?ore eyes, Socle.
i par box For ?ale by M. ai. Lewis.