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SATURDAY.JUNE 17. 18%
Ths Home of Traita.
Tbe Richmond Dispatch condenaos
from the New York Herald some figures
Showing why New Jersey is so favor?
able to trusts. That State finds the
granting of chartora a profitable source
of revenue, as will appear from the
Last year the State of New Jersey re
? calved in franchise taxes the handsome,
?am of $8.11,.HI. 78. A considerable in?
crease is expected this year,and the to?
tal sum will probably reach $1.000.000.
One of the largest tax payers on this ?ic
count is the United States Leather Com?
pany, whose bill ia $10,000 per annum
Another i?,the International Silver Com?
pany, and another the Federal Steel
Company, each of which paya BjB.69?
The Amerioan Sugar Refining Company
pays 17,400 ; the Tinplste Company 15, -
760; the National Biscuit Company *?>,
870 ; the Continental Tobaoco Company
$6,864. The assessment upon the Amer?
ican Tobaoco Company is not giveu in
tbe New York Herald, from which we
quote, bat the rate seems to be $410 on
?ach $1,000,000 of capital stock issued
Other States may make lawa against
trusts; but of what avail will they be
while New Jersey ia so accommodating.
Attorney General Gage says, in speak
in?; of the snppreasion of trusta: "It
mast be the work of the States and not
the federal government.'' If this be
so the case la well nigh hopeless. The
evil most continue so long as a single
State like New Jersey stands ready to
welcome every corporation for the sake
of ths revenue to be derived.
The literature of the sixty years of
the reign of George III. says the Port?
land Oregonlan, including as it did
Hume, Burke .Gibbon, Burn?, Oowper,
Sheridan, Wordawortb, Byron, Scott.
Keats, Shelley, Campbell, Coleridge,
Lamb, Moore, was of more original
quality than that of the Victorian age,
bot if we concede the first place in
literary excllence and originality to
the age of Elizabeth and concede the
second place to the age of Ceorge III
we are safe to claim for the reign of
Victoria the third, place in the quality
and aplendor it literature.
The Liquor Traffic
Last week in Baltimore Joshua Lev
srlng, who was tbe Prohibition candi?
date for President in 1*96, delivered an j
interesting and forceful address on
"The Church and tbe Young Man. "
After alluding briefly to the various
problems which now engage the thought
of the nation, Mr. Levering denounoed
the liquor trafile, claiming that it senda
annually thousanda of young men into
drunkards' graves. He stated that its
influence extended everywhere, even
into the halls of legislation. Not
long ago, he said, a member of
tbe Presidenta Cabinet had set
aside on the flimsiest pretext a law
which took from our young men in the
various camps the terrible temptation
of the "oanteen. " and what ia eveu
worse, the Chief Magistrate of the na
tlon sanctioned it.
Mr. Levering called attention to the
general demand for young men iu all
walks of life, and declared on them de?
pends tbe future of? the oouutry. He
said that statistics show that not more
than 10 per cent of the youug men of
the country are members of ohurchea,
While not more than ?3 per cent, ever
go to church.
Continuing, he aaid there were prob?
ably Unpeople in the church in which
he was speaking, two thirds of whom
were women, while the remaining one
third was men.
Hl? Life Was Saved
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder?
ful deliverance from a frightful death.
In telling of it he says ; "1 was taken
with Typhoid Fever, that ran into
Pneumonia My lungs became harden?
ed. I was so weak I couldn't even sit
up in bed. Nothing helped me. I ex
rwted to aoon die of consumption, when
heard of Dr. King's New Discovery.
Une bottle gave great relief. I contin?
ued to use it, and now am well and
strong. I can't say too much in its
praise. " This marvellous medioine is
tbe sorest and quickest care ia the world
for all Throat and Lung Trouble. Regu?
lar sires GO cents and fl .00. Trial
bottle free at M. M.Lewis' Drug Store :
?very bottle guaranteed.
Prince of Wales ta th? XatoiB
Tbe Prince of Wales, as Grand Mas?
ter of tbe English Freemasons, has sent
a letter to the grand lodgos on the
growing custom smong the Masons of
wearing tbe order'B regalia at non-Ma?
sonic fondions. In his letter the
Prinoe. says: "lam strongly of the
opinion that the wearing of Masonic
clothing regalia at services, and at en?
tertainments where ls'hes snd others,
not Mason?, are present is not oalcu
1 rated to increase the dig'.nity of the
order or raise it in the estimation of
those who hsve been admitted to its
secrets and mysteries. ' '
Bad management keepa more people
In poor circumstances than any other
one oause. To be successful one must
look ahead and plan ahead so that when
a favorable opportunity, presents itself
be is ready to take sdvantage of it. A
lltMe forethought will also save 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 wait nntil necessity
compels it and then ruin bis best horse
going for a doctor and have a big doctor
biU to pay, besides ; one pays oat ?..'?
cents, the other is oat a hundred dollars
getting riober while be is getting poorer
For sale by M. M. Lewis, Druggist.
A Victory fsr Virginia Coal.
Tbe Bureau of Equipment of tbe Nary
Department recently sent out letters to
138 ooznmanders in the United States
Navy, asking what coal they preferred
for their vessels. One hundred and
seventeen of tbe 128 answered "Poco
bon tas. " It is said that the French
navy will adopt this coal in preference
to tbe Welsh artiole.
Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob
life of joy. Booklen's Arnica Salva.
oves them ; also Old. Running and
Few Sores, Ulcers. Bo Is, Felons,
Oorns, Warts, Oats. Brntses. Barns
IsoftkU Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Bee? Pile oureon earth. Drives on!
Davlaa. a.?.*. *./.!?. flnl?7 25 OtS B DOS.
ON HIS ANKLE.
iffor ?|v YoarC flf Intoned Obstinate soroa and ulcers which
AIICI OIA Itjdld Ul IlllCiloo nf,,.,, to hoaluinKr ordinary tn>,it
?nffarinrr Prnmntlv Piir?ri ment soon become chronio and deep.
?UiiBiing, rrompiiy uurea 8?at?di alul Hro H8ureaip th;it the
Dit P C 0 entire circulation is in a depraved condition. They
Dj Oi Oi Oi Rre a levere dram upon tho system, and uro con?
stantly sapping1 away the vitality. In every casa tho poison must
be climinatiid from the blood, and no amount of external treatment
can have any eltVt.
There is no uncertainty about the merits of S. S. S. ; every claim
made for it is backed up strongly by convincing
testimony of those who have been cured by it
and know of its virtues by experience.
Mr. L. J. Clark, of Orange Courthouse, Va., writes:
" For six year? I had an ob>tiu.itt?, running n!.-<?r on my
ankls, which at time? caused me Intense BUtfei mir. I was
so disabled for s long while that I was wholly unfit for
business. One of the ne?t doctors treated me constantly
but did me no g'**!. I then tried varions bl '???! remedies,
without the least benefit. S S S ?ras so highly reoom
nient.ivl that I ?concluded to try it, and th? effect w.m
wonderful. It seemed to gt?t right at tin? Beat of the
divas? and force the poison out, and I Wal soon com?
pletely cured." Swifts Specifio?
S. S. 8. FOR THE BLOOD
??drives out every trace of impurity in. the blood, and in this wav
cures permanently the most obstinate, deep-seated sore or ulcer, it
is the only blotxl remedy guaranteed purely vegetablo. and con
tains not a particle of potasa, mercury, or other mineral. S. S. 8.
cures Contactons Blood Poison, Scrofula, Cancer, Catarrh, Ecsema,
Rheumatism. Sores. Ulcers. Boils, or any other blood trouble, lusiat
upon 8. S. S. ; nothing can take ita place.
Valuable books mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, On.
Latest Blylss Bracelets, Wedding Kiin,"t Watches Bilve* ?mi Uold Lou
Chains. Ac., 4c, at LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
Wst ?hei. Clocks, etc, repaired. ThsBsst Spectacles in town. Ryes exam
,;if.l free of chsi
A. LOEWENSON, Jeweler & Optician,
900 ?MAIN STREBT, FREDERICK8BURG. VA
MRS, P- E. SMITH A CO.,
ECKENRODE, PERRY & CO
THE BIG STORE!
We ean spII vou aaythtag v. u want. (U.i ?TlllNi ;, BHOE8, HATS, QENT?
FURNISHINGS Uall and see us b bay.
THERE ARE SHOES AND SHOES
From the way our .)Usm.'?.s h it* steadily Increased it prove? that we an? gh u.**
Roed values in footwear. It Iris alwav? been mir aim tosellSboM thai wear On
SHOES. SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS
wat ? n? rar better than thi-v are this season, Try a pair.
M?m1*''' "LAM J. F. BROWN.
SHOES AND HATS !
Oar sprint stork Is now conpletc a larrer and bettei ever before Our
i ?re mule to til L/a ?f*l Tffl/ICC u'' ?*?*? :; "" "!''
ihlngt In Men's Black rinrTL/ / //r/C-O' and T?n Hboes. Also be?*j
-tun s. Our Ladle* and Ch Iren'? Shiws and mi Itlosshoei
in th?'cuv. We cal I j irattent Men's and Boy?'Orasb and straw Hal
new st\ ne.
Wallace & Company,
Nave Just Received Two tais of POTATOES,
One of Early Rose and one of Burbank.
This is first class Northern Send, and you will save money
by getting my prices before purchasing.
Have also on hand, two new two-horse Wagons and a yonng
Hay Horse for sale cheap.
_S. J. MARSHALL
GERMANIA ROLLER MILLS.
itlYER & BR?LLE, Proprietor!, Frederlckaburj?, Va
W? bave tbe latest snd most complet? Patent Koller System in onr Mills, use nom
but the very choioeat Virginia Wheat and oar Flours ais lbs flnast that oan b? mad?
excepting none. We make the following brands :
MYKKct BKULLK'BliEBT PATKNT BIH'EHLATI VK.
UEKMAMA XXXXX EXTRA, UEKMANI? XX KXTKA,
WHITE PLAIN ?XTKA
Wsmaka Choice Family Meal. Mill Feeds of all kinds. We pay the Hlgbsst ("a
dm for Whaat snd Oorn at Mill or Hlors. Oivt ns a call before you bnv or Mil.
BUY THE BEST.
ctii.t,.tum.irt. THE WONDERFUL WILSON HEATF:R5
? re lined with St?>
W. H. RU? iELL & 30N,
are lined with Hteol, makIn? them more durable than ?ithers. Tho ?inly heater bavin* tho
OUTMIUK "UUWN OKAKT," which Is most Important
J. T. Lowery & Co.
Dry Goods, Notions, &c.
Wholesale and Retail.
Largest Stock ever shown in Fredericksburg,
All Prices Guaranteed
filf? ? .QTPF?TT
~~?. B. BOTT?T& CoT
riKB, i.ira.At <M?>KN I AN o inukmnitv
T iu Oldaat uatal>llahu?l liumtii es ill this bind
n Frsdertokaburg, mprewntlni iblrti ?n Dn
o mi??iin'? ni ia>,i?^.i??' capita
Ok?r fiU.illi.iaili aSMt? II*. .HUM) Hurplu?,
? tul u ii.jii?-?; !< >hhI ?: > the Strongest and MlMI
in the world. Kin rat< a nr?'?a rcHHiiiutl u a
art anywitere to be imii.an.i ???? *i,aii aiwa>i
take plcasuie In sinnig ywu. Ufflueadlrri tly
opposite the Mayor'? UBfOS,
%W 1 KEPRKSEMT ONLY mi
of this oonntr? and i?urops Assets
over titty million dollars Low
nil- mu? jnsl settlements
S. WILLIS HOWARD,
IN8I It A NCR AMi i m.i.Ki t ms AC I N i
S( 'III-.1,1.1' t,,r |HIM
No. I. I\ ARIl ?Hi. T
8:i?) ? ni KredsriakatHirg 3 V \\ u
8:IH ? m While ?i B.Ol p n
1:30 ? n. Mme Koatl t> ro
N.23 a m Hob? > . : ,. m
N 'JH a m H? reamer vl'lt . U p n
1:81 a in Alnrli i : p in
* in Kumar* 'l :i7 p m
S 40 n m Brock Bead p m
1: Il a m bteplieiii p m
'< 00 ii m I ?rker 2 lu p n,
9IW a m New Hoi* . p m
fell a m rindas 1:46 i m
? SU a n, Reynolds 1:86 | m
I m Wn?iersvill* I l'< \ n
8 M s m La Kayette 1 U p k
10 08 a m l'iiionvilla I 01
10 14 a m Nu-un 12 xi p m
lo 24 ? m, r?vlor IS 40 p m
10 40 ? m O rann? Il8:8fl p m
Connections ai frnd?rtcksbnr| wiih K. K.
A Y. R. K., ami Wseuva Biaamboat ' '?>. At
Orange with Southern ?ml i heSMpeake A
Ohio K. K.
The only lin? to tli?e Uhancsllonmll? and
Rastern Standard Time Dailv BIOsptBun
day. W. H KH H.\i:i>h Usn I Manage.
? rr?in No. '.' leavesOrange de ?ih Monday
In each month nt I p, m
Tu Hol SprioRs.
< i s? i s n a 11 i oriH\ ii.ii. cuii auo
M LOI IS A.Ml I lli- A KM
Tin Bsoarssi ?si i^ n sswi i;
l Hd r.i ind N iinik
TKAIN8 I I AVK liOHWKI.I. VA.
Ki Hun Daily. )>?ily.
L?. I>.isaa.-ll -Il I. A 1.12 Y II -'? I
Ar. bUunton I I I
; " Clirtou For?;?
" Va. Hot Springs
? ? w an
" Hum i vert?
" l tlllllIllHll
I i I bUll
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.1 . ? ?.
i , . ? Bunday.
Pulll I "H N<i? 1 ?Ml I
for ( n.' Innati an?!
IKAIN.S KOK OLD I
Lv. l>0?Weil. ?.ii A M
Ar. Richmond - 4 m r m
l.v. Klcbuxind ?AM 1:4.'? P M
Ar. NH\aiM,ri Newi II.lu A M
? n.] ? ilijl 11:40 A I
" Norfolk , . '. I' M
Korotnar information, address
jNo. u. torn
A. U. !'. A., Richmond Va.
Schedule In Kffect M ?y 7 II
Train? leave Washington, D.O.
S.ui A. M.?Daily?for Danville, Charlotte
and way stations, connecting at Manaaaaa
for Strasburg and Harriaonburg daily and
at Lynchburg with the Norfolk and
Western .laily for Koanok? and ,>oints
Bonthwext and with ?. A < ?. K. K. for Nat
oral Bridge daily; ami Lexington daily, ei
ospt BnntJay, also connecting ?t Cal verton
f.ir Wnrri'i.iiiii andFauqulerWhiteSulphur
11:16 A. M -Daily IHK I'NITKL
STATES IAS I M All. carrie? Kuli man,
Sleeper? Neu Vori mid tViuthirn'ton to
Jacksonville,umtn g ut Salisbury with Pall
man Sleeper for Asheville and Hot Bpringa,
N. 0. Knotville,('battanoogaaud Memphis,
Tenn., snd st Charlotte with Kuii
man Sleeper for Atilinta; Kullman
Sleeper New York to New Orleans, connect?
ing at Charlotte with sleeper fOT Birmingham
Solid train Washington to New Orlnaut
witboul change. Southern Railway Dining
cara between Washington and Charlotte.
Sunset Personally Conducted Tourist Kx
ouraion. Through Sleeper on this train
every Tuesday and Friday to San
Francisco without change. Leave Rich?
mond at 12.01 Y. M.
4:01 P. M.?Local for Strasburg and Har
riaonburg dally except Sunday.
4.30 P. M.daily, local for rharlotteeville,
(i)iiiifcting al Calverton fur Warrenton and
laii'iuier Whit?-.Sulphur Bpringa.
fcSUP. M. daily, N?w York and Florida
Expr?s? Pullman Buffsl Bleeping Ua*s,
New York ami Washington to lampa, vis
Navannali ami JacksonvllleAnd to Augusta
via Columbia with connection lor
(?ai P. If. daily, Wa?htn?.ton and
Chattanooga Limited, vin Lynchburg, wuh
nieeixTM, .New York and Washington in
MemphiH and NewOrlesna tbrougb Bristol.
loi. I'M. daily, " WASHINGTON a?i
BOUTH-WKfiTKRN, VKS 11 hi I.KD
composeal of Pnilman Veatihtiled Sleep?
ers, Dining Cars and Day Coaches Kmi
man 81ee,?ers, New Yo k to Nashville,
Tenn., vi? Asheville, Knoxville and < lint
tanooga; New Y'ork to Memphis, via Birnv
iugham. New Y'ork to New Orlciuis, ris At?
lanta and Montgomery. Kullman. I.ihrary
ami i Miserva'iont'ar ln-twe?>n New ?orka?d
Washington and Atlanta. VsalibnM Day
Coach, Washington to Atlanta. Bouthern
Railway Dining car, Ursansboroto Mont
l,eave? Kirhmoiul 11 I'. M.
Traina on the Narrow Oauge reach Oran.?
daily at 10.40 A. M
Tra?na on the Southern Rallw?? pan
Orange Daily a? follow?:
11:20 A. M. 1:33 P M. 7 IS P. M.
11:10 A. M. 6 22 P M. ft lo A. M.
For rates, map folders ami Sleeping Oar
Spare apply to L. B. HKOWN,
706 13th 8t. N. W.
WASHINGTON, U. ?.
FRANK 8. OANNON, 3rd Vice Pre* and
J. M. CULP, W. A. TURK,
Tramo Manager. Oen'l Passenger Agent.
GEORGE FREEMAN- JF
600 bushels of >)orn wanted. Highest
oaah prioe paid.
ICKSBURG ?V PI?DMON
M. O. WILLIS, President; A.P. KOWR.Jr
Vloe-President: H. F. CB18MUNO. Sec?
retary ; B. I). COLB, TroMurer.
The Cheapest Telephone Service in VI r. in la
Prompt and o ?Solent aervloe O O AUANTBBO
*flB*~ Subscriber, wanted.
H F. OBISMOND,
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
FREE TO VIR?INIANS
IN THE ACADRMin SCHOOLS.
fitter?, aclencc. La a-.MedlcIne.Bcg?neerina;
BBSSIOB BEG IN8 15rn SEPTEMBER,
For catalorue a?.J?-eaa
P. If. MA?HINQBR, Chalrmao,
upa <im Cnarlottesvllle, va.
BLOW HORNS FOR CATERPILLARS
Nu>e! Yfiaiit if Destroying rc*i?< m Ni **
i in- New N rk Herald -its i p in
the Cut-kill moontslns, v. here the cater,
pillara hare been rery oestmctiTS t?
maple and apple trees, a novel ami ef?
dia tovert d,
A woman blowing ? hum
uii(ii?r n maple tree wss larprlsed
? th.- oaterplllara fall to tin?
ground by the hundreds end con?
tinu' t., jo so a. , ding blast
She told bei itorj sud Ibi d it*
um dlstely ad ipb ?i bj ber oelgh
bora n .ru" ?mi dromi and oonoh
shells were broagbl Into play. Uster
p i liars by lbs bushel .lr.i|i|?-.i t.- the
-a * ft. .u .1 were g ?i h.-r? d np sad d< sti ij
UoBcfa ibellfl -t. in m ?I fil'1 tiv",
though a will beaten bas? dram doea
Rood work. Although rather Inte, lb?
caterpillars bariflg al.il Basten the
foliage from the tr?< s, it la believed
th.ii m ioy orchards threstened m ith de-i
n uoti m :n ly y el be bbvi I
hr Oady's Ooodltlon Powders, an
jtitt wh.it a horse neetH when In bat?
condition Tonto, Mood purifier mu:
rermifnge They are ?mt fit-xi bul
medioin? sod Un- besl in ose lo put t
boras In prttui condition. Pi I e
oentspei package Poi ?i" by M M
ih" Richmond I..motive Wnrki
onatnotsd "a msrvelamong loon
motive, being freight engine No
at th?- Big Four Oompaoy It i- said
i be the largest and uios t powerful svei
limit it i?, f.'tui 1.1 it thai before ii
had been onl ?>! the Kicbmond I. loomu
live Works a week tin? big engine wai
-?m .ut fr..in Newpurl New? over flu'
? Ibeaape ike and < .hin with ? trun 11
seventy-seven loaded car? bound fur
chin?'.'.? The manne i In whicb it ih
OOVei I US. lbs run of 1 ,IM)I in. Il M i- r
garded by r.iilt...ni meo M msrvelloos
When .'?;. r. lohesOhioagn it will have
completed v ti.- longest run on record t>y
t'itlit-r u freight or passenger engine
with tin- heaviest train thai any i
live ever palled f'>r any 1<>n^ dial
No ."?; wtiH built it m sp?cial deelgna
prepared by Willliain Garstang. Super
Intendent ..f motivi power fur tin? hig
I ,ur The bare engine weighs
pounds, mu? tli" watei t.u.i
if y ?if . ,000 gall
Tettsr. Bait Ktisum and Eczema,
The Intense Itching and .??niartitiiv in
cident to these diseases, la Instantly
allayed by applying Ubamberlaln's Bye
.iii'i skm Ointment Many very bad
have been permanently cured by
it It i?? squally efflcienl for itching
piles and a favnrate remedy f..r s.iri
nipples, chapped hand, chilblslns,
frost bites an i ohronti
pat i . far sals l>v M M Lw-wis
Th?? Jsffilea-KilziimmiiBs Fi^ht
I he diviaion ? f th.? sp< ?I- ?.f the Jsf.
fri? ?? Pitxsimm -n- light ??? i- sa I
Half t fii" receipts went I ? lbs 0 n"v
Island Sporting Ulab sad half to the
? uif-t 'l h- un rani taken in al
th?- door was 9*
il.iif of the admission m s? y im ant?
ed t.? 9-13 688 Of Ibis Fiisslmm ios re
oeived iixty \h-t cent or 125,681 and
J-tTrit-s flirty j,rr cent I r |17,05>L The
pur-" nid to have been offered hy tbe
club was 190,000 in I f Jef?
frie? w intiin? this was tu Ih- fully ilivi.l
ed, thereby making Filxslmm ns'total
,681 and .1? ffrlea -
It la d? dared that Filasimmoos wi old
nut make the match until h- hat been
guarantcd the lur??'" and of th" pur-.?
mu? th? gate money, owing t.> hi?r?pu?
tation and position .lt-:'.n??t manager
I in per ?nl fur his mao, be?
lieving that in the lung run such an
amoBBt ami a decision were worth more
than iixty per oeat, end ?? defeat
No Bight to Ugliseia
TIh> woman who is lovely m f? ?
tonn and temper will iilwuys have
friends, hut mm who would is? .attractive
niii-t keep her health, it ana is weak,
sickly and all run down, she will
h" nervous nod irritable. If she
has oonstipatlon or kidney truutiiu.
her impure hi,oil will MOSS pun
plea, blotches, skin eruptions and
a wretched oomplexion, Eleotrlo
Bitten is thf bust medicine in the
world to regulate stomach, liver, and
kidneys and to purify the blood It
give? strong nerves .bright eyes,smooth,
?velvety akin, lion complexion. It
will Bake a good-looking, charming
woman of a run-down invalid. Only
'.u cents at M M. Lewis' Drug Store
The navy department has l-sued a
?'liruiiir fixing the Miarlas of naval <>iii
can under the naval pataoanal bllL
Admiral Pewey will receive |18,600,
whether on duty at sea or shore. The
senior rear admiral's pay is Asad ut
17,500 ut Ma nod f'; '?'?'? ? "" shore. Reas
Admiral Sehley is in this list, hut only
received the minimum amount., as he
is assigned to shore duty. The junior
ri'ar admirals reoetve |S,600 while 08
sea duty, ami 14,674 mi shore Hear
Admiral Sampson is in the junior list,
hut, having a ciuniiiiind ?it se.i, he re
MlVM the maximum pay. Should
Bohlay M given an assignment at sea
he would received lt.000 more u year
than Sampson,hut as it BOW is his pay
amounts to but |B7fl more Oeptalas
receive |:i,.ri<)0 at sea und 18,01 i n
Bimiarrk'H Iron Herv?
was the result of hi" splendid health.
Indomitable will and tremendous en?
ergy are not found where Stomach,
Diver, Kidneys and Dowels are out of
order. If you want these qaalltUs and
the sue, ess they bring, use pr. King's
New Life I'iIIh They develop every
power of brain and body. (July
at M M Lewis' Drug Store
GEORGE W. WRO TEN.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
Vill furnish Plana and Specification?; wl
contract for erecting all cisme? of
Building?; furnish hand? by th?
day ?ml superintend the work
in town or country
?SB** Chanre? reasonable
A. MASON GARNER.
Jontractor a ad Builder,
"rlncesi Anne lt., Oppoiite Tyler", fournir}
|c*>ruuaran:eea all work in tola Hot to be dont
promptly and in ? rlrit-el??? ?annrr at rook
W. S. EMBREY.
?8uooe??or to Kmhrey A Berryman.)
Dealer In RAILFOAD OBC88 TIK8, CI
DAK POSTS, 8POKR8 AND HOOPS
."L**.1^ fonrtsntly on hsnd a large aupply
?tallrosd UaTpot s'rs.asTlekas-jrfTv?,
eOLOR and flavor of fruits,
size, quality and ap?
pearance of vegetables,
weight and plumpness of grain,
are all produced by Potash.
properly combined with Phos?
phoric Acid and Nitrogen, and
liberally applied, will improve
every soil and increase yield
and quality of any crop.
Write and get Free our pamphlet?, wfiii h
ti II Imw to !>uy and use fertilizers with
greatest economy and profit
OUR/TAN KALI WOMKS,
VJ Nassau St., New Y?rk.
Just reoelvud a !arn ? : >t tit
Blinds, Cypress Shingles
N. 0. Flooring and
wDlcb I ?eh cheaiH r tiian an) mu i ? ?<?
In tin city.
Oall ?ml ?et my prtoea i? fon burl I
is r,imincri'ii nrreet ?nil Nation?, Houievknl
JOHN F. SCOTT
? nia lie IS
Hdrdwdf* aDQ Hardware ?p-a.lsllles,
i ?sai o?low Ol?a?. W?H?(? a i'ro.
-- voll irai ot ?
H?rl> Wire Uum. Pistol? Kniort Ki.lv ?
A?., will tie ?old at reduce?! price? to mm th
tin? tunes. Money can he aaved by punas?
.1/ ?i H Kl I I M Hardware Htor?
E. K. WHEELER,
BnOafeaSSOf of Williams * Wheeler), rondnrta
the i NUKltTAICINaJ liUHIMK88atth?old
?iKiid eotnar Ilain and l ii?riotiesire?t?. au
orders from homa sod abroad promptly ?mi
isilifai lorily atiende?! lo eitlier ?l -ilgni or
Hearae and Carriage? always ready to ?t
tend finierais. Thanking the pnhlic for pal
ornar? so generously heetowed h? aika
oontinnanne of the ?am?.
CANNED GOODS, &c.
n Baked Beans.
Suifar Corn in variety.
Strawberries and Pine Apple
?ardinea, Lobster and Baioson
Baksd Beans with toHiafu sauce.
String Beans, Karly June IVas
Tongue, Chipped Beef, Bansaaa.
Whole Ox Tonjrne, Pottad Ham
? Baaf. i' rued Baaf
Mustards. Salads, I'ickles
Siiircs, Catsup, ?co. , ?&o.
At MAGBATH A ciiksi.k. S.
1 am agent for the celebrated
Buckeye Binders & Mowers.
A full stock on hand. Dome and
I*. X*, Biscor,
at great y reduced
mil ct. 1- Choice lins??
_^^^^^^^^^^_J Hushes tur 11 i'hrys
aattemuma,Carnation?, Fuchsia?, A? .Jo? nts
i::iriv Fesretabl? Plant? ?heap Cut
I lowers and Floral l???sigiia.
Call a* B. O. Nlnde*a Store sod gftaoat?
loruii and le?v? your entera
.1. I'M.MKIt (?HlflHiN
Klttrlft. AIsIiIhikI. Va
Has Moved His Tonsorial Parlor
Mr. Chariot Lnwion hau moved hlaTonaorlal
Parlor from upper Oossfasres stre?l i?. lbs
olfleo lait'ly occupied l>V flu? Krce I .anee,
where be I? prepared tOSO allwnrksii.il??
Shaving, Hair Cutting, Shampooing aiul ll?n
Itri'ssiug In the must artistic tuauiier. H
? hop Is large an?! i-onimoillotis, always .?hi
even 111 thl* moat oppreaalve weather. Neat.
hum and the latest style of work will l>i om
Of theithlef le aturen til this BStshllBBBBSWl
five mea call.
HNAKI.aH I.A WHIIN
DON'T FORGET THAT
When fun want an ea?r shave.
Ai iroiiil at a llsti.tr avsi BSV?,
.luhi call mi me al my s?i,...u
At ill..rii and e\ e 01 l>usy MMttt,
I e>> in I' at nl ?Iress lite lian will. ...
TO Suit the I'oiiiileiiaiii'i? Ol ??.III fa.?
My room Is mal. in > towels ?I,an
Sclss.u?. attarp ami rainr? k.-.?,
And all that art ami skill eau ?i?
II you will call I'll .lu lei Still
KaioTt put In urd.li al ?hur? aulla??
w i| ria v i ok
S. B. BHA1.K.
lia? In? Imiishi oui tlm fin na- liaiklMaii
StOClS ni Jidlll A. attUJa*, Will a'.'lit liim- il,.
?t las OLD HTANI?, mi aXIMMlMU K
Is now laylii? lu a lull NK? STaK'la ni
iliiiili.'i tu tlix llanlwar?, I un- ??liloh h? wir
?ell ?t ttie
Lowest Cash Price?,
IV O? ?.Kl a??? ?II? tmrnr? v?m eu?.
Attention Harvesters !
MACHINE OIL and ELY PAPER
Magrath & Ohesley.
M ?m facturer and Dealer In
0AHKIA?K8, 8?RRKYB, HP'-'?JIK8
CUaTOBD AND SPINDf ? WASUM?,
Platform Spring Wagons.
Bnatnsss snd Plasanrs Wsfon? of ?vary
description. Bpadal attention glT?n 10 rs
pslrluf and repainting
?Y? *7? ?Y? "V* ffi ?Y?* I ?Y* I ?Y?? ?Y? ?Y?* ?Y? ?Y? ?Va
Va? ti?? ?si? ??? w -vV I *A* I ?A? ?*5? %V w W Vi
in the World.
You have a chance to buy the i
known Puro Cold Dry Air,
?! The Leonard (?leanable.
?* We have been appointed dii
p by the factory and you (jet I
A tory price
jY* The best system ol Rt ;?
i E. C. N?NDE,
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Hou.sekeepers, Look At This!
THE BOSTON VARIETY STORE.
implt - ? irdera filled for familii ?
BOSTON VARIETY STORE.
70 fWllions in theClothiny; Trust.
the |> <i| k.-U of till
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lamp et ?1.tl.Sdl ?
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Inc ni lulti
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ut .nu. to ?. ... iwU at nu ii.tii Wim! rviru 11
MVl^ltMS & CO 1" ' "MMKKi I -I Nea
NEW YORK BARGAIN HOUSE.
I' V 1). I'OIWAV. 1'HAH.I? H11? DON Ri* -?SB
Conway, Gordon & Qarnett
UOMMKKCK HTHKKT, KHKDKhlCKSBL '^0, VA.
Bank ripen? ') A. M. I Bank clnsaa 6PM Collection nada en a(I point
1899 UP-TO-DATE SPRING OPENING
AT S. G. WALLACES.
Como aud see the greatest vu
DRY GOODS & N0TI0N5
in this city. The markets North, South. East and West bave vied with ea?h
other in contributing to this marvelous display ct baantifnl good , eomnris
mi? the latest designs in Dress Goods and ?Silks and everything in White
(inn.Is you can ask lor. Elegant Percales at lit cent?. Hntr?' lots "I Cali?
coes, Ginghams, Satteens, Lawns, and anything i sa you ?rant in Wash
Fabrics. Ask to see the .'( cent Browu Cotton. Ladies', Men's hihI Chil?
dren's Underwear in all grades. Trunks, LJaabrallas, Corsets Shirts, Shirt
Waists and Ladies'Skirts deserve your attention. Kv?t\'h i ult JOB "?tut
in the Notion Lm<> WALLACE has it.
Country Merchant* chu gal just what they want, ami how they want it, at
the lowest prices, it they will'buy from
5. G. Wallace,
??.?***?? ^aaaaaaaaaaaa??^ 1
The Excelsior Roller Mills
GILT EDGE FAMILY. HIGH GRADE FAMILY
HIGH GRADE EXTRA. CHOICE FAMILY
FREDERICKSBURG EXTRA FLOURS
ai.,if whvh will tva offarml to Hi* liad? l*ow for (Bab. (.?all and ?lamine Flour ard i*
tvtuKliia of Ki.uir la as follows O. K. Kamliy, 00 osnU par f arrsl above H. 0. Mxtr?
au < t ,a.tsrlokabur< Bilra M ?wills below II m\ Kitra.
C. H. PETTIT. PROPRIETOR.
AN IMMENSE STOCK.
Tin? .?ii'.at ailv-ini'?' m all MttM goods has caused us to buy early
(tie laifttl sloeh ol fOO?l wo bavo over bad. Tliis was necessary
tu eiiatili' us tn si II thoui to you at old prices. Tbis has been the
li?ai,i??M advanr.? I have seen in 20 years, except in two instances.
ll.?w iniit-li liie-lier, or bow long the advance ?ill hold, no one can
tall Bo to be on tho safe side I would advise you to buy eatly what
W .? i ,nn till fill you a very pood Brown Cotton at Se., a better one
at If., and the best at Tic. My stock has been well bought, and
good? well bought are half sold,was well said. We honestly believe
wo own today one of the cheapest, if not tho cheapest stock of goods
in any retail store in Virginia. No matter what you want in
DRY GOODS OR NOTIONS
try Baker heforo yon buy, and if we fail to sell yoq we will make
.be other fellow sell you cheap.
E. T. BAKER
MARKET CORNER._FREBERICKSDUKO, VA.
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P-.? JOHN M. GRIFFIN.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fine Liquors. Tobacco and Cigars.
Agency P?b?t Milwaukee larger U-eer ?nil beat toute. W? also Bar? in ?rtiMtk- Aim
Portsr, Stout, etc. GOOBSUttt,