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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and manufacturing Interests of Fredericksburj? and the Tidewater anil Piedmont Country.
vol. TKF?oVW Fredericksburg Va. Thursday June 22, 4899._Price3 centa
We have Jnst opened the largest and
finest line of OXFORD TIES we have
shown. They were mado to urdiT tor
us by the best factory and we can rec?
ce ?mniend them highly for tit and wear.
They are made on "Bull Dog," and in
Opera" and 'Common Sense" toe P
and E. lasts.
nu H Street Fradarioksbnrg, va
SMITH & COGHILL
We Have (jot Them at Last.
Having ixmght at my trip S irth last ? n ty below manufacturer'*
price Men'aUalfB ta han? ?ea I, worth $7 50, at $850; Men's Oalf Pegged
- > t Ladle*' Oiford IV?. w 'if - . |l IH)? worth 91 35, :?t ?."?j
M ? a' Oaf t.is from *! ??*' to i" writs Child'? ; ? My -' wli moil be sold Nu
r?-a> .iii?iiif? offer refused for an? and samioe my si ?ck and be
M<> Main Street,
- ??. .-.
Because he had a ]>?>.>r
wheel and it went to
MORAL: Buy a Good
and the prices are right.
Adams1 Book Store.
HUNDREDS OF STOVES
To select from.
>ne, oome all tn tin- Mammoth sr v.- lions? ami l. . >k ?nd get pi
. ?ave si ? ? VHS of all la nul?, -at 'iri''?-? from |8 toixH) My atock of at ?Tea <-"n
aiate of the beat with Une r?putation and ?in- ! wir than ever. Hy raliiiii: at
my piare ymi ?a ill save many i dollar. Plumbii ?^tv
R. L. STONE. '?03 Commerce St.
GEORGE W. WROTEN.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR
will furnish Flans and Hpecitlcattoni ?i
contract for erecting all class?* of
Huililiiigs; furnish hand* by the
ttay and superintend the work
in town or country.
(SJT ( hsrsree reasonable
A. MASON GARNER.
Contractor and Builder,
?"rinc?es Anne It-, Opposite Tyler'? Foundri
laVOuarau.eesall work tnbli line to be don*
proinptly and In a fl rite'?.*, i.-iantt? r at rock
It kills Flies, Fleas, Bees, Rose
Bugs or Insects of any kind A
guarantee '?f purity with everv
package. Accept uo substitute,
nothing is just as good its the
For sale by
K. N. GOOLRICK
1)01 Main St.
Confectioner and Baker,
Nu. '.'lit it Street, i ??Mlerleasbarg, va.
<.t\c nit- h call when yi>u wtint
CONFKI TOONS, K KiKI.AM AM' PASTRY
(Men al???)- tensive protapt attention.
Johnston & Pearson
Can promptly till all your
wants in their lin?" as drag
gists. On?1 trial is all thai is
siiflicieiit to prove this. Prices
satisfactory and very moder?
JOHNSTON & PEARSON,
New Spring Millinery.
Kvery few day? we are adding to our lie?'
and beeulllul stock of Millinery. I tic Itttc-t
styles m UtdiiV Straw Sailors, white, aSlxed
and black, rough and pUm. I rum :.'.-. cents to
II.SO. *. 11 Is and Hoy?' Ballon?, white and
uiixcl, from a&to II.no. Ileaiitlful line or
Muslin Bonnets und Hat? Im -Children, In
white and colore. Just received, and I can
offer special bargains iu them.
MRS. f\. E. TOHPKINS
816 B Street.
Tris weems S?eamDoat Co.
BALTIMOR1 KHHDKBICKBBUKO AN?
KalTAH?NNOt'K RIVKR ROUIR.
O- m. I after Friday, Mardi lOth, steamers
Kiebmuud, Westmoreland ami Basel will
i ?ht Street, Baltimore, every
i] and Friday at 4:30 p. m., tur Fred
I and all wharves, on tb?- river.
Keturn nave Fredetickaburg at 2::?j
P.m. tele permitting. Monday Hid Tbura
lay. Leed? town at tawa m.. Tuesday ami
I rlday foi Baltimore.
Leave Baltimore Wednesday, at 4:H?p. m.,
for Nay lor'? and all wbarvel below, except
Uaj Port, Returning will leave Nayloi ? ?1
...un Tbursday tur Baltimore.
Le*ve Baltimore at 4JO p. m., Thursday.for
I Tappabannoek ami ail ? barvea below, except
Bay Port. Mlllenbeck and Marry Point, Ki?
t-ave Tapiabannode at9 a.m.
Monday, for Hultlmor?-.
eave Tappahannnck for Norfolk at 12
in. (noon) Friday stopping at all landings.
Win ifHM-Niirtoik at S p. m. Saturday ior
Tappalumnork, calliug at all landing?.
No freight received (or outgoing ateamera
after 4 p. in., on ?ailing dava.
Freight received for all atationa on Po?
tomac, Krederickaburg, A Piedmont R. R.
POTOMAC RIVEK ROUTE.
i(. | nning Tuesday. May MMLh, -iihuhi
I'dNikOai-and sou will leave Piel '?'. Liebt
Baltimore, every Tuesday, Thuradai
aad Saturday? at 5P. M. tor Alexandria and
Waablrgton, calling at all of the usual land
Inga. Ketnrnlng will leave ?tb Street Wharf,
Wii-.hiiifcrtori.Jit ? P. M.. Tuesday, Tburt-dity
and Sunday, going us far us Leonardtown on
Iheae evening?. Will leave Leonardtown at
i, \. M.. K.nsaleat 12:30 P. M.. Miller's at.". P.
M . Uraaon'i ate P M. and iimon'g at 7 P. M.,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, arrii lag In
Baltimore early the lollowmg m"innig.
Freight received daily in Haltiraore.
Freight received dally at Pier S, Light
HRNKV WILLIAMS. Agent,
at Baltimore, Md
STKPHFNSON ft BKO.. AgenU,
at Washington. O. C
KFY COM 1'TON, Agent.
at Norfolk, Va
W. D. SCOTT, Agent,
at Frederick?burg. Va.
Cow Peas. :
WE \KK. UKATil.fARTKRS f..rtli.scat,drl
Southern ?peclaltles, inrliuliiig Sol? beam.
Velvet Bean?. Pearl or Cat-tail Millet. Teoslntr
It. r m ii Ja (Iras*, En.ailagc Corn, Spanish Pea?
nuts, Chufas, Sorghums, etc.
W rite toi pi lee?, and OBI interesting ('atftlngue
giving rail Information about II ?
I. W. WOOD & 5UNS. ? Kkhmoital. Va.
(HENRY DANNEHL. P?o+.)
European and Amcrloan plan. Steam, Oaa
?lootrlolty. Comfortable Boom?. Bountiful
Talii Good Keataurant. Reasonable rat? ?
A wellauppllud BAKaud UBTAII. Liyi'OK
RSTAHLISHMBNT Id connection. " Com?
aM ve that ara "Hungry. W.arv ot (>rv."
OEO. J. FLETCHER,
ARf'HlTKtT ANO BUILDER,
Plan?, Specifications, Klevations. Detail?.
Work of all kind? in tbe building Hue.
Thorough psraonai ?apervlvlon of si
work, town or country.
V fid recent veart woman s ?
. ? rvert til* bi . hildren
into the world.
Today nearly all the ikkness, p.iin,
diKomf rt slid dr.-.id ,ire avoid*? by
?ra who oie
Mother i Friend, thai wonder
fu] littitnent m.id?: famous by the great
iuu don?. It ? u*r J externally.
1 lut It tti? only ?a.i.ib!? and uf? way
to rtlteve. morning ?Ickne.??, head.ch?,
?* ht neis, ?wollen, hard or rising breast.
The bearing ol children need no Linger
be dreaded. Mother'? Friend tut b??n
called a Godsend by niottvrs all over
this land. Sold at drug .Uni fur Jl a
bottle, and by
The Brsiflelfl R-colatir Co , Atienta. Oa.
Wi t. r.i aai (??- .t,.i?J kaak. aatMaS " ??fo??
P. McCracken, Bro. & Co.,
?WaOLSSALS ASP KSTAIL?
GROCERS AND I :-.i OR DKAjagBS.
Offer I ?loni 1'1'KK KYK
and Hot RBON WHISKIES from the t?l?
eries : Oraft iV. Co.
of Ohio Boone County Distilling Co., of
D stillery of Mary
and and W 1-, Orsy, ol Pennsylvania.
\ f.hirer Heer?
d Ka'icy Oroceriee
beedi Uuano. and
MRS JbNCIE MONROE,
Liquors and (iroceric?s,
Commerce t., PREDER1CKS8URG, Vi
M-.'i i v hod w ii sK iv i ? -.. kc,p hi;
FAMILY OKOCKKJK8 OK ALL KINDS.
M v ?tock of Liquor? Is large, eomtstlne of
fur.- Applewood ?lui Farmers Kriend Pur?
fly? Whiski . *. i* ?ti;ion.
M VIN ! "1'I.K BRANDY, WAR
iM.M Kl'.( 1 AND 1 LBER1 Y RTH.
That honest Dealings,
Full Measure and
have i sill bi the larg. si I
Inspeoi our stock l?-f.'re you mule?
your parchases for the holli
Ws ?garai i ion
Wbiskey from $1.20 per gal. op.
Six Brands Ryes at $2 per gal,
Whiskies, Brandies, Ginn,
and in fact everything found in a
first-class Liquor anil Tobao? H
Strasb\irger & Son,
111 anrt 115-i <:oism?roe Ht.
ELK RUN WHISKEY.
This celebrated brand of KINTTN KY
PURKRYK WHISKEY, guaranteed KM
proof snd 2yean old at ?i? iteran 1 ?on is for
??ale tty Mrs, .1. K Monroe, Commerce
i-ire?'t, Frfdericksh!ir??, Vs. Foi llavor it
has no sni>erior at the price. It ?h smooth,
pleasant to drink, snd there is not h besd
arhe In a gallon. Come ami try it. snd von
will buy no other.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Pure Rye Whiskey, Pure, Old Rum, Pure
Holland Gin, Pure Sherry Wine, Pure
French Brandy. Pure Apple Brandy,
Pure Peach Brandy, Pure Blackberry
Brandy. A complete stock of Lia nor?
for medical nse at the old Reliable
Orocery 8tore of
CHAS. WALLACE & BRO.
Cor. Main Commerce Ste.
FRRDERICKSBURO, ? ? VA.
Goodrick, Bernard & Davis.
KRKDERI-: K8BHR VA.
-a full line of
H RATING 8TOVKB, WOOD A COAL
Olay Flue Pine for Chimney?. Tin
Roo?np, Bteel KooHni;. Oas-Pittlnir at
Lo?a-est Prices. Iron Foros Pump? at
?Amenta for the?
CKLKHRATKD IRON KINO, FITZ LBK
AND FARMER UIKL
Goo kino ?Stover,
BB8T ON THK MARKET.
('ALL ON IIS BKFORB YOU BUY.
Goodrick, Bernard & Davis
W. B. COVINGTON.
Oor, MAIN AND MILFORD BTRKKT8,
BOWLING GREEN VA.
Feeds the Hungry, Clothes the naked,
takes care of the sick, and buries the dead.
A full line of Cothns and Caskets always
on hand to be furnished at lowest prices.
mx7-3m W. B. COVINGTON.
N*ws Items Personal?
i ' rreapondence of Tl
Kiiifc.- i I
i he Oounty Sob? i lloai
oonrthonse on Friday i ist
tendent of Schools, < leo vV ( I
m ai pti sent uni tii" asa il :
Dr. J Packard Laird, uf Ademarle
oonnty, is visiting hi? friend ii King
*e. where he la a arralj -
Misa Jennie Bevan and Mr ffn V
wh i have i?? en attei ding. -
in Baltimore, lfd.,returned bj itearuer
Wakefleld , on S ifnrd ij last
the siinuner with their father, II n
Tims H. Bevan, al hi? connti?
Mi?s Plaster, oi Lond mn ia the
gneat of Dr. and Mi- W V N ?
Mrs. liugene Stuart, of New S rk
("ity, Is visiting bei father, Mr n nry
Mr. Win Deshaao. a member of the
ith Regiment of Immunes, whi -?? regi?
ment wan mtattered onl recently at
"Damp lieade' li visiting hi? ither,
Mr' Ed Desha/', near the oonrt
Mi. 1 sahsaogives an Interesting a
of his expon, nres m (juba He brought
h mie interesting ami quaint relii -
Mrs K. A Ballard, tin? prit>.
tii- Kin?: Qeorge lli^'h Beh ol, left on
the lOtk inst . by Steamer R in i dl, for
his home, West Bnd, Pairfai
Messrs Thomas H Bevan an ?
Beven, have retnrnt d fr \
vlail at "Oambelt in, " tfa
Ool. K .1 Washington,
Bt John's 1' E Ohuroh, In ai vil
nas h. in greatly beat 11
having its interim painted ; tii
tin nf the work is first i '. i
Mr. Julian 1. Jon?' -
Md., is Visiting hU aunt, Mr? R
K .Stuart, at Ceilar I h
?l'Mi Eswaril HOC
n adrr? o! tfa -
i .ii ri that II.'
Wd that i- ' atsrrh. H
Iba re :
itltutlonal i -
treatment. lino'? ?
;. acting dlrectl) up >n tbi
.? th" tnundiite.u ol '
... The pro| -
? e pon ara, that II
Address, i'. .i ' i
Chriit'an Scieme is the Weit
Prom the New York Tritium
Christian Science, it seams, his be
t'uii to agitate the minds of physioiani
iu the West. Dr. W. I'. Mills, who ar.
rived in this city recently from .Mi
soula, Mont., a town of ah nit 5,000 in
habitants, told a Tribune reporter that
one of the objects of his visit was to
find out what measures are being taken
here in thb East to euppress the
Dr. Mills is staying at the Fifth Av.
"I am aorry to say," said he, ' 'that
Christian Science in the West i? gain
iog many recruits It is neither Chris?
tianity nor science. I think the sys?
tem of nomenclature under which it
received its cognomen must have bean
the same as that applied to the gainea
pig. The guinea pig, you know, is
called a guinea pig, first, because it
isn't a pig, and, aecond, beeanse it
doesn't come from Ouinea.
"Something ought to be done to save
ignorant and weak-minded people from
the frauds of these impoators < )f course.
I realize that it ia verv difficult to leg?
islate against them, but there must be
some way to stop their ahamefol mal?
practice. It may be that the people can
be educated away from It, although
thouaanda of educated people hav.
deluded by ita sophistry, duly % few
days before I started Fast a refined,cul?
tured woman who lives in Miaaonla
came to New York to undergo a course
of treatment by Christian Scientists for
a seriouB stomach trouble. I ooniider
a death by neglect or malpractice mur?
der, and I maintain that the responsi?
ble parties should be dealt with as mur?
Cave Tat Is Solid Rock.
A Mexioan aheep herder while round?
ing up horaea in the Swoet Grass Hills
?'0 mileanorth of Columbus,Minn., has
d'acovered a large cave, the opening nf
which has been concealed by heavy nu
The cave, seventy feet In length,
thirty-five feet in width and ten in
height, was cut out of solid rock.
In the center, lying aide by aide,
were the well-preserved skeleton? of
five human beinga. These skeletons
measure from seven to seven and one
half feet in length.
Three knife bladea,evidently mad-? of
hardened oopper, two bowl? hollowed
out of granite block?, two ?tone ham?
mer heads and some broken fragments
of pottery were al?o found in the cave.
Working Night And Day.
The busiest and mightiest little thing
that ever was made is Dr. King's New
Life Filia. Every pill is a sugar-coated
globule of health that changes weakness
into strength, liatleaaneaa into energy,
brain-fag into mental power. They're
wonderful in building up the health.
Only 25o per box. Sold by M. M.
Cuter still Free A Ni'innal s??ind
|i it , :
ipt i i
?i mi the :
impii- 'tilo nt, and il
irmy Punish on
- tiiin. I
fr? m the 11tn. of tie? ttial hi
? ' ?vi r thirty ol
meut t , '? i leg il, b ive revie
' d tlit? case and have
-i 11 t .-ii ? r?e i .i|
.1,1 uniform a
ilriwi the piv, ai h" bai I
?nia' ? i- pronounc
opon bim In un ih. iirt-iinirfiu
,-? highest anthorlty In the land t
v?ai after some delay gare, hiss
proval to the d final aotli
remained with the Presiden) Iaji
the papen wen sen) i
torne] Uenersl f r review A brlei a
I ..f Garter's c ?ansel When th
bad t.n furnisbi d, .? reply ?wai t
quested from the .1 uti-j-? Adr?oste Ge
eral'i ffl ??? N >?? thai this l.
Kivn, th'-r" are to be "hearings.
In other Wild?, tin? case ol Gap
Garter, with it* mysterious influeno
behind i*, M-ems as fit from being se
tied ?i?- ?-ver Perhaps the belief that
it remains ted of for a moni
or two longer t I limltstioi
will be pleaded may have lomething i
ti i with this unstconntabls an ?
ilapl ''.nt-r wai f i : irteen
m ch?ti.'c - f tic improvement of ti
mnah River and adj teenl ??? ,
ui'l l-'l irids Daring thi
.?. hich ?- 'ii the Ssranna
In Sarannah he llred lib
???nt m m m m j th in an]
man in the city He wore f ur of 111
day, i ashii aabi
.iiiti oostly, and on n?? ? i oarriag
how s Gaptain In the army could affot
xtravagant, bur be met tl
whispered Inquiries by laying that li
nah , Qongh to I
inted .? m? mber of th
ti ' in- 'f hi?t 1? ttcn
trial, showed thai h
i- rl ab m - DO worth i
dredging to be i ne there,sod hs ?rani
ihsre " i hen from th
milit.it \ t" i??in? to tin? Amerioan An
ur Lond d for bii 'pull" m em
.MI Ali? i IT
Bal th?? foreign mission was th
of In- und lingi ('apt. (?illett
trai cdere I to i.I him al s ?v m
mili Garter met OiUelte in New York
and wai orer-kind Among oths
thing?, he offered Gillette hii furnish
eti in.use in Barannah, n-nt frc". t r ai
Indefinite length of time Gillette.cold
bi.led and experienced, wondered a
tin- remarkable liberality, and 'le
Gillette went to work in Sarannah
? ?m? day hs went down the nv.tr t?i n
amina a retaining wall, which, accord
ing to the map, had been empi?ter
iitiii been paid for by the government
The wall wns not there Shortly nfter
ward he inspected some work whicl
called for the use of log and brush mal
-, for whip thousands of dol?an
had been paid There was no mat
- there. Their acceptance and
approval, which had been vouched fot
by Capt. Garter was fraudulent and
false in every particular.
Evidences of dishonesty multiplied,
(rillette was compelled to ask the author
ities to order a survey of the work sup
p s- tl to have been done in or?ler that
ha might not share the responsibility
if wide-n'aching fraud. A board ol
engineer officers?from Oapt. Garter's
own corps-composed of Gol. Gillespie,
Maj. Adams, and Capt. Black, unani?
mously agreed that a court-martial
must be huid. Among the records ol
the ottos was a box marked ' 'Personal
and Private." It was op?med. It con?
tained no personal papers, except half
a dosen letters fnuu Carter's sister.
These were not read, but with them
were found strictly official papers,
which should have been in the flies;
also hank books?some showing deposits
as high as |f 0,000 at a time ; copies of
letters received and sent by Carter and
?howing his connection with the At?
lantic Contracting Company, and his
certificate of stock in that corporation
which, it is hardly necessary to add,
was given the contract for all the
PLEADED STATUT! OP LIMITATION".
The court-martial met. It was pre?
sided over by Gen. E. S. Otis, now m
command in the Philippines. There
were fifteen offlOMI of the court, ?select?
ed from all branches of the service,
every one of whom was personally ac
i|uiinted with Capt. Carter, and, if
anything, prejudiced in his favor. The
accused offioaf had six lawyers defend?
ing him. Among other things, he
pleaded the statute of limitations. Al?
though this plea wan regarded as an ad
mlssion of guilt, it was sustained by
the court, aud only occurrences happen?
ing within two years were considered.
Thftse were so numerous, however, that
there was no trouble in reachiog a ver?
dict of guilty, with the sentence al?
Garter was not only stesling on a
? large scale, but he was guilty of petit
! irceny. According to ? il I'. irr, the
Judge Advocate General of the court, a
total ol raa literally
from the < lovernmenl on brush mat
ne during three coi I
l he dredging Or m of whiofa Oarti
through (' irti ?' - m u <': it ion and the
introiiiii tion of dummy bidders. The
l(Q III !1K|) it
at i? mnch ss granite The ni
were paid for work
i me The t iovernment was robbed on
" And on a litt i r four
ti en years ? irter mad
.- ich m mth ii? to tin- number i f borsei
he used ami the i i ige tbey required,
ting, in all, over |5 000 ii tbess
fraudulent vonobers It was only *io a
month and hardly worth itaaling, one
would think, but Oapt. 0?rter took it
He also had furniture mads for bia pri?
-?? and charged to the govern
ment ha had women upon the t
. id inspectors be gaveyatuli
nig parties on a yacht whioh cost the
government 136,000, and all the sap
plies for which Were supplied fr 111 the
Pederal Treasury Many efforts were
mad'' t.. -. ore -ni" sort i f a atatement
ir m the absent father-in-law, who
was aaid to have furnished Carter with
funds, bul it was mver obtainable, On
the other hand, the evidence showed
that the dredging company was given
men! material for a nominal fig?
ure whenever if made a rennen A
I'lintity of new ropa, w rth |1,100,
,1 to it f t |800 It had a
ws, worth |800 each when new,
which < ' irter for the govern,
ment at |500 each,
HCTED IS A MTSTIRIOUfl WAV.
Months and mouths have passe lince
Ideas dis. i ?ores, aince this verdi ? and
?entence. In the mean tune, Oapt,
?, is .is much in the army as ever,
drawing his p?y, wearing the uniform,
free to go when and where he pleases.
tee i? to oompletely hound up in
.; ? that he seema destined to es
I other i B1 ?ara has
court-martialed and have ruffered since
Around him ii tin- raored mantle of
J pit t< otion i ii- papers in his
oase were never even ?ant to beadquar?
? the army, hut weut from the
Judge Advi ? ii to tin- Adju
t nit Ueneral, and then to the Becratary,
and liinillv to the White House. From
the tatter they wire turned over to the
Attorney General Bx-Senator Ed?
munds did soms of the reviewing of
the evidence and sent In a bill for ||
ex? Attorney General MaoVeagh also did
sume reviewing, but he ?e'.t his bill to
altbar the dredging company or to Oapt.
It i? said tli.it this || the first court
martial case in the history of the gov?
ernment which has gone to the At
kwney General's office, bat the whole
procwding is in lim with the efforts
which have been so persistently and so
-?fully made to prevent any final
It is not worth while to print now
the numerous rumora which connect
the names of certain Senators with the
delay in the case, and who are said to
have been largely instrumental in pre?
venting punishment from being moted
out It is,however,worth while to say
that then- ia a wide-spread interest in
his case and a very general curiosity to
know why the sentence of the court
martial is not carried out.
A Striking 3rowtli
The New Yorfc Journal of Commerce
finds that in August of last year the
South had 8,670,000 cotton spiudles,
agalnt 1,735,000 in August, lfefjo.a gain
of 1,945,000 spindles in eight years, or
over 100 per cent. Fifty new mills are
now under construction or in prepara?
tion, involving an outlay of $H,">00,000
and an addition of Too,000 new spindles.
Beside? these, ?i'.t concerns aro enlarg?
ing their present facilities so as to add
100,000 new spindles. Thus in five
months $17.0OO,C00 of capital and 1,100,
000 new spindles are to be added to the
productive capacity of the South. South
Carolina leads in this expansion with
175,000 new spindles, and North Caro?
lina follows next with 186,000, The
mills mentioned produce cotton piece
goods or yarns. Bat hosiery and knitt?
ing mills also are being started, and a
silk mill ia reported.
A Clothing Combine.
One of the largest industrial combi?
nations of recent years is being formed
by Baltimore enterprise. Options have
been secured on 150 large clothing
manufacturing establishment? through?
out the country by Mr. Samuel Rosen
thai, Jr., of Baltimore, who for the
past four months has been actively en?
gaged in forming a gigantio clothing
combine to be incorporated under the
laws of New Jersey and to be known as
the American Clothing Manufacturing
The company, it is understood, will
have a capital stock of $100,000 ,000.
The literature of the sixty vears of
the reign of George III, ?aya the Port?
land Oregonian, including as it did
Hume, Burke .Gibbon, Borna, Oowpor,
Sheridan, Wordaworth, Byron, 8cott,
Keats, Shelley, Campbell, Coleridge,
Lamb, Moore, was of mora original
quality than that of the Victorian age,
but if we concede the first plaoe in
literary exdlence and originality to
the age of Elizabeth and ooucede the
?eoond place to the age of George III
we are safe to claim for the reign of
Victoria the third place in the quality
and aplendor it literature.
Can This Ee Iras
Tin? Wi ihingl 4 dent of lbs
lei phi a Tine ? - iv
? ? o,i- giren up all
Itl Iggle III the I'llll
ippinei ? The plan? f i
snnihilstion of tne rebellion bars
? d, and now then? is nothing to 11
i until t ill ami lmtugiu i
fresh esmpaign sgainn lbs Insm .?
"President M Kinley recently i ?
General ' Hit to crush oat lbs ini
ti.iii, and ?he plan wai tried, but tnnpi
were lacking to ma?.." 't laeossa "f the
scheme. In reply to Pi lidenl IfeKtn
1"> '? m ti .i ti us Genersl ' ?
that the rsii ? exhausting
- thai they would not
Ik? able to pnsta lbs wai ? Onlib
witbonl reinforcement! p n the
strength if tbil reply the President has
ip his mind that General Otis
v> ill not allow any mot intoeri i
"It is said here that the President
ha- mads up his mind thai al Leas)
O?") more men an? needed in order to
bold what we have gained
Aft'-r naming the troops and regi?
ment! lik"ly to be ordered to the Phil?
ippines ind their present location, the
"the well-informed mili?
tary man" declares :
"The situati'in in the Philippine? is
absolutely revolting to tht'se who un?
derstand it ; and those who know all of
the facts oonsider it a disgrace to our
nation. The plain fact of tin? matter
is, horrible as it may be to contemplate,
that the lives of our loldleri will be
laoriflced, and our hold upnii the Phil?
ippine? will be threatened, in order
that this war may be continued for an?
' 'After months of delay, such as ex
asperated our people and compelled ac- ,
tiiii by th" administration several
months before the congressional elec?
tions of 1898, the rebellion in the Phil?
ippines will be continued until the
presidential year of 1900. Then, in
sight of a presidential election, after
almost two years of needless bloodshed,
th" poWW of this republic will be put
forth and the rebellion will be crushed
m a ihort and brilliant campaign.
'When the lime arrives and it ii
deems .tics to make a sincere
?i.est ea; ipaiirn, enough soldiers
antl ships will be MBl to demonstrate
"iir mastery over th" insurgents. If
this game of dilly-dally delay can be
l upon our pe iple, well and good
Let the s.'ldiors ?lie "f heat and of rebel
ballets Nobody is willfully taking
finir Urea They are ?lying in actual
warfare, and killing human beings in
.'. warf ire is not a crime. "
What does your mirror ssy?
Does it tell you of some little
streaks of gray? A-e you
pleased? Do your friends of
the same age show this loss
of power also?
Just remember that gray
hair never becomes darker
without help, while dark bair
rapidly becomes gray when
> once the change begins.
will bring back to your hair
the color of youth. It never
fails. It is just as sure as
that heat melts snow, or that
water quenches Are.
It cleanses the scalp also
and prevents the forrrntion of
dandruff. It feeds and .nour?
ishes the bulbs of the hair
making them produce a luxu?
riant growth. It stops the
bair from falling out and gives
s fine soft f.nish to the hair
W? hare a r-?k on *fM Hair and
Scalp whlrh you may ?blalo ira?
? iTyou1 tl'u not ol'taln alt th? b?n?flta
you aiueot*.! frem th? tue of w.
Vlfor, writ, tl.? n-rtor about It.
OAK GROVE STOCK FARM
I*?, miles from town, contsining i.'?o
acres; 100 acres in high stste of culti?
vation, and 30 acres in wood. A large
?oung orchard just coming into bear
ng DWELLING HOUSE aod Oat
buildings, nearly all new,
For terms apply to
S. S. BRADFORD,
?un.<im WtmAoMtEkmhaow. V*.
For Plaining in June or July.
We I ? quantity of late |sjsj*J
I ? ? o pul Into col?! ?tor
irly in the to keep
tin m unsprouted and in first daesrif*!*
* i hit" planting in June
I ?he principal ob
ng late potatoes success
has been in procuring Mood aud
? sough to plant, so
ss to insure the maturity of the crop in
the cooler rainy season of the fall. We
advise oui m t.. plac?- their
oh ra ahead, otherwise our supply msy
?? d. Shipment can be made
at .-uch time aa customers aie ready to
Writs for price? and Descriptive Circular.
whici '"ii about all
Sca.anable Secd-i, ?Jtrman Millet, Co? Peas,
leu?.lntr. 5orj(hum?. buckwheat tU.
' T. W. WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
NEW SPRING CLOTHING
Men Mint Hoy's Suit?, all style? and Prlo?M
Children'? School suitsamlextra Kaet-Paui?:
Hats, shirts. (iM-ralls and Trunk? at Lowest
AI mi iitrent for Sweet. Orr A ?Co.'S
Work o , rumte.1 not to rip, fro?
one dollar up. ut
JAS. T. I.AVTON'S.
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wbloh on account of their ape sno svsnn
are specially advised for ms.'iclnal urpos
Sold snd recommended by
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My Stock Is now complets in every depart,
ment, consisting of the latest styles snd beat
fabrics from Kreuch, English, Scotch and
American manufactures, selected with tbs
greatest care with the view to inpplv tbs
wants and taste of every eustomer. Kvsry
Bottom Prices and Satisfaction
Also full line of (Jents' Furnishing Goods
?uch as Urea? Shirts, Night Shirts, Draws?,
, ?Collars, Cuffs, Gloves. Suspenders, Scarfs.
Ties, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Hslf
Hose, rkarf Pins, Cuff and Collar Battons,
Watch Chains and Charms, Bilk, Alpaca sod
Gingham Umbrellas, ?ft?.
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Pntii.*? ? loioriaol fruvta.
J-fav. r Talla to Heater? Oray
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tjiiceessor to Kmbrey A Bsrryman.)
Dealer In KAILPOAD CBOB8 TIK8, CI
GAB P08T8, 8POKK8 AND HOOPS
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of Baled Hay and Mill Feed. ?TOaesoss
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