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THURSDAY.JUNK 32 189b
DECREASED WHEAT I HOP
A railing Off of Orsr 20o.oofj.ooo Bull?
The Agricultural Depaitmeut has is?
sued a oiroular giving the substance of
reports reoeired by it up to June 10 on
the oonditlon of foreign crops It says
that a Britiah commercial estimate
tentatively put? the world's wheat crop
Of-t$99 at 2,504.000,001/bushels, against
2,748,000,000 bnahela In lb.es, * redtu
tion of 244,000,000 buahele, or nearly
8 9 per oent. Another estimate makes
a rednotlon of MS,OOOj00O bushel?. Such
information as can be gathered for
different conutriea is then given la de
Reports from the country around
Odessa and Nikolaiert. Russia, repre?
sent the winter grain crops, both wheat
and rye. sa almost destroyed by drought,
by which the apring grains also bad
been severely injured, and would soon
be beyond help unless relieved by ram
Taking into aocoant the injuries here?
tofore reported as having been caused
by Inseota in three or four other province
witnin the winter wheat region, it is
evident, the department says, that the
orop of bread grain for the empire as a
whole cannot be a good one, notwith?
standing that for the few other locali?
ties whioh hare been heard from the
reports are generally favorable. It has
eren been suggested that the crop may
not ezoeed that of 1897.
Information from Germany is scant
but there has been complaint of deficient
sunshine and warmth, and the harvest
was thought likely to be a week or two
later that usual. Later advices indi?
cate better weather in various parts of
According to the official reports on
the A us train crops for the middle of
May, wheat and barley promiaed about
an average yield, bnt rye and oata were
below that standard.
In a report of the Hungarian minia*
try of agriculture, issued on May 20,
the area under wheat was estimated at
about 7,800,000 acres, against 7,100,000
acres last year, and osrthia basis, taken
in connection with condition of plant,
some commercial eatimates pot the crop
as high as 140.000,000 bushels, against
194,000,000 in 1898, though other esti?
mates are less favorable. Unofficial
reports of ten days later show that the
whether bad been such as to cause a
lowering of the oondition of cereals
ainoe the official report was isaned.
Serere drought has prevailed in Ron
mania, and the wheat and rye orops are
aot expected to give more than half of
an average yield. Some estimate the
wheat orop at no more than 30 per cent
of an average. Other cereals alao have
suffered. The reports from Bulgaria
are better, though by no meana good.
Those from Turkey, both European and
Asisti?, are favorable.
Aocounta from Italy are favorable,
and those from Spain ahow a marked
improvement in the respect of the cereal
orops throughout the greater part of the
peninsular, thongh it aeema improb?
able that either wheat or other cereals
wil yield as well aa in 1898.
Next to the Russian wheat orop, that
of France is the largest and most impor?
tant in Europe, and the ontlook for a
good yield ia decidedly better than in
the former country. Aocording to the
official crop report for May lo, the area
under wheat ia about the same aa last
year, or very little less, while the con?
dition is about 6 per cent lower. On
this basis a crop would be, in round
number?, about 20,000,Goo bushel? less
than that of last year.
In other continental conutriea, and
also In great Britain, there has been
considerable complaint of cold, un?
seasonable weather, but, except in Den?
mark and Sweden, there ia no mention
of any ^serions injury to important
No offloial report has yet been made
as to the Indian wheat crop recently
harvested, bnt It ia known to be con?
siderably smaller than that of 1898. Re?
ports as to the agricultural outlook in
Australasia are very favorable.
Brave Xei Fall.
Victima to atomach, liver and kidney
tronblea aa well as women, and all feel
the results in losa of appetite, poisons
in the blood, backache, nervouaneaa,
headache and tired ,listl38s. run-down
feeling. Bnt there's no need to feel
like that. Liaten to J. W. Gardner,
Idaviile, Ind. He sava: "Electric
Bittere are just the thing for a man
when he is all run down and don't care
whether he livea or dies. It did more
to gire me new strength and good
appetite than anything I could take.
I can now eat anything and have a new
lease on life." Only 50 cents.at M. M.
Lewis Drug Store. Every bottle guaran?
doing te Paris is a Tree
Oapt. Firmln Moindroin will go to
the Paris Exposition, from San Fran?
cisco, OaL, next year in a boat hol?
lowed from the trunk of one of the
immense redwood treea of Humboldt
"I will build," he says, "a schooner
from one of the largest trees in Hum?
boldt oounty. The hull will be one solid
piece. I will take a tree from 20 to 24
feat in diameter for my boat, whioh
will be 48 feet long, 15 feet for beam
and 10 feet deep and will be rigged aa
a schooner. I will make my boat
In Humboldt oounty, where the big
treat are. and I figure that it will take
me from two to three months to make
The Oapt. expects to sail for Parta
by way of Cape Horn in December. He
Is a native of Franoe and has followed
the sea for 40 years.
Bad management keeps more people
In poor olroumstanoes than any other
one cause. To be successful one mnat
look ahead and plan ahead so that when
a favorable opportunity presents itself
he is ready to take adrantage of it. A
little forethought will also save muoh
expense and valuable time. A prudent
and careful man will keep a bottle of
Chamberlain'a Oolio, Obolera and
Diarrhoea Remedy in the house, the
shiftless fellow will wait until necessity
ootnpels It and then ruin his best horse
going for ft doctor and have a big dootor
hill to pay, besides ; one pays out 2o
assttav the other is ont a hundred dollars
?eating richer while he Ugetting poorer
A SMALL SPOT
MAY BE CANCER.
MOST VIOLENT CASES H?VE ??8?""0,re ,h0?u u ?"en *
any lutlo noie, |>iiu?>lu or sn-raU-h which
shows no diapueitiun to heul under otdln
ADDCADCn AT CIDCT ?Q anr treatment No one oan tell bow goon titeen
fliILAnLU Ml linol flu will develop Into ??uioar of the worrt type
Bo many peuple die from (.'inner pimply l>e
MPRP DlajDl CO cauee they do nut know Just what tlio ilnn?ii>i< is;
mIL?IL rimrLL?i the? naturally turn themeelvea over to tbe doctora,
und tut? Im t I to aubmit to a cmel and tUuterou*
operation?the only treatment whioh tut doutora know for Canoer. Tim dise.tse
tromptly returns, however, and i> even more violent and deetructive than
if..ut Canoat is a deadly poieun In the blood, end an op?ration, plattet, or
other external treatment can nave no effect whatever ui?on It Th* cur? must
coii.e from aithin-tlu? laat veetigeof poieun niuat be eradicated,
Mr Wn \VRlp..le, of Walehtowa, fl H , says : "A
little blotch about tbe nice of a pea came under my left
eye. gradual!) growiuf* larger, fro'? which anootln? ?tains
at Intervall ran in all direvtiona 1 became greatly alarmed
and oontiulted a food doctor, who pronounce?, it Cancer,
andadvia ?I that it be cut out, but this 1 could nut con
t-ent to. 1 re il in niv I nl (xaper of a euro effected by
?S S s., mid decide I to try it. It acted like, a charm the
Cancer !? I firat Irritated, aud thon dlirhurging
Every freely. '11.1** gradually grew leaa and then diaoon
[tlnued altogether, leaving aamallaoab which toon drup
?x-d off ami now only n healthy lit tlu ecar remains where
what threatened to deetroy my life once hell full sway."
Positively the only cure for Cancer la Swift'e Sp?cifi??
8. 8. 8. FOR THE BLOOD
?because It la the onlv remedv which can go deep enough to reach the root of
the disease and force It out of the system ?permanently. A surgical operatim,
doea not reach the blood ? the reul seat of tita di.eiiso-because th? llovd MM
not bi ait aim*/. Inaist upon 9 ? R. \ nothing can t;tke its place.
8. 9.8. curea also any cane of Scrofula. Eczema. Kheumatism. Contagioua
Bl?.x4 Foison, TJleere, Sores, or any other form of blood disease Valuable
booka on Cancer and Blood Disea??ee will be mulled free to any address by
Swift Speoifio Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
Latest 8tv!e-t liracelet?, Wedding Rings, Watches, ?i 1 v.- and Uold Long Nerk
Chaina. Ac, Ac , at LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
Watchei. Clocks, etc.. repaired. The Hest 8t?ectaeles iu town. Byee exam?
ined free of charge.
A. LOEWENSON, Jeweler & Optician,
909 MAIN STREET. PREDERICKSBURG, VA
SES Oflif I? '
MRS. D. E. SMITH & CO.,
ECKENRODE, PERRY & CO.
THE BIG STORE!
We can sell you anything yon want. CLOTHING. BHOB8, HATS, (JENTS1
FURNISHINGS. Call and see u? before you buy.
THERE ARE SHOES AND SHOES
From the way our bofineea baa steadily Inore aaod if prove? that we are giving
good values in footwear. It has always been our aim to Mil Bb ?es that weur. Uu
SHOES. SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS
wer-, never better than they are thin season. Try a pair.
SHOES AND HATS !
Our aprinc stock is now com] .??> ? irgerand I I lent than ever before Oui
ptioea are matte to HI it* <-*? r*\ ?*?"/ njt i~ o W? bavi ?? the pp-to dst<
things inMiTi't M nek nMrTLS /l/WCTiO? and Tan Shoes liso bea*j
ihoes. Our Ladle; and > I '?? rdsare the prettiest and beet fitting shoe?
in tbe city \vc , aj] -,.,,u m-, ruli d to our im. ol Mi ? -.-t. and Straw !!"? -
Wallace & Company,
Strictly Good Value.
Ladies Genuine Dongola Bntt. Coin Toe Pat. Leather tips, $1.60
Ladies Cieuuine Dongola Lace, Coin Toe.Pat. Leather tips,$1.50
Same in COMMON BEN8E TOES, all sisea
This is without any exception ih^ very besl shoe prodiu-ed
for the money.
BR?LLE & TIMBERLAKE.
921 Main Street. . Opp. Market Entrance
GERMANIA ROLLER MILLS.
MYER & BR?LLE. Proprietors, Frederlcksburg, Va.
We have tbe latest and most oomplete Patent Roller System in onr Mills, nae non*
bnt the very choicest Virginia Wheat and our Flours are the fineat that oan be made
exoepttng none. We make the following brands :
MYKR <* BR?LLE 8 BEST PATENT 80PKRLATIVK,
UBRMANIA XXXXX EXTRA, GERMANIA XX EXTRA,
WHITE PLAIN EXTRA.
We make Choice Family Meal. Mill Feed? of all kinds. We pay the Hiebest Cast
Price? for Wheat and Oorn at Mill or Btors. 01 vs us a oall before yon buv or sell.
BUY THE BEST.
cu.i5?'c?r- THE WONDERFUL WILSON HEATERS
are lined with Steel, making them more durable than others. Tbe only heater having the
OUTBIDS " DOWN DRAFT," which Is most Important
W. H. RUSSELL & SON,
J. T. Lowery & Co.
Dry Goods, Notions, &c,
Wholesale and Retail.
Largest Stock ever shown in Fredericksburg,
All Prices Guaranteed
?J~l. 818 B STREET.
A. B. BOTTS & Co.,
nui, i.ira.At i'iuKN i and ini'hmnity
Tie oldest citHiiiinii.'ki kmalnaai of t?o? ktaS
n Kriilcrliksluirar. repreeentlna thirteen nu
o. mpatil.n .0 t-ViMi.iui kapital poSSeaslDf
over a&i.uii.iiuu ?as.i?, ii.jiiii.ko aurpiui,
?ml anqueationablj the atrotajeat and nhicii
luth?' woriil. Ihir rat?-? arc as reait<ui?lilp ?s
are anjrw. tare to be iih.i. and *?<? ?iiaii always
take pUrt-iiri in ?ervlnaj you. uttli <?? .liri. i y
opposlt. th.- May.ir'N Dllli'?.
;*- 1 REPRESEMT UNL. Tin
uf tlii- country and Lnrope asm ta
Dvei titty million dollars Low
i itea aud ?usl ettli menta
aS. WILLIS HOWARD.
IN i H tN( RANI.n i I m-, M?EN I
ANDPIEDMON T RAILROAD
No. I. L\ Al.
1:00 ?? m Pradarteksbura. I !;? t, n
1:16 a m Wliite'a , P m
n 2ii ? m p m
h :>.\ a m Kobe] : i> ?
h '?t a m aeraann p ?
? m AI rich iv |i
110 ? m Kurnaea ? ? 'iv p
8:40 a ur Brock Road >
I il a m (Stephens ,
y mi a in l'arker i 10 u
9:lW a m N?-w Hop? | 67 p
9:1H a in rindei -, m
<*'2h a m (Urnolda i III i ?
9 M a m Veralersvilla l 'IX p r?
.1 m I .a Knveti?- i:l8 pa
10 ui ? m llnioi t m | ?
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111 24 a m. Taylor 12:40 p ru
10:40 a m1_Orange 18:10 p m
l'onnectioiiH at Fraderickabura with K. K.
A V. K. K.. ami Weenis Uteniutioat OO. Al
Orange with Southern ami t'Iiesai^ake .1
Ohio R. K.
The only line to the < hancellor?vi.le ?nd
Eaatern Mandant Tn.ie Ilailv exrept Bun
day. W. H. RICHARDS Gen I Manager
?Train No. 2 leave??Oranue tlie 4th Monday
In each month at 3 p. in.
To Hot Springs.
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Tr?ln? leave Washington, U. t).
h ni A. M. ? Daily for Danville, < lurlotl?
ami way stations, eonnectini ?t UsiiaaSaSS
for rJtraabnrg, ami Harriaonburg ,iiniyan.i
at Lynchburg Willi the ?Norfolk an.I
Western ?laily tor Riianoke ami pointa
HouthweM aii'l ?ith ? . ? 0. K K. lor Nal
oral Hndg?-.lailv; i>n'i Lexinftton da
opt 8uii.la\ ting Si ' si
tur wurrenton au,i l auq lier WhiteHulpbnr
' 'll'i?T A. M Daily IHK ?NITKI.
BTA'i? FAfll M A i I carras Pullman,
8iee|iera N'en i'ork and tVashuigtou io
Jacksonville.mu!.: v ?t .Salisbury with Pull
man Hleei*r for Asheville and Hot Bprincs,
N. C. KnoTville,('hattanoopaaniI Memnhia,
Tenn., ?nd at Charlotte with Pull?
man Hleeper for Aurista; Pullman
Sleeper Ne?/ York to New Orleans, connect?
ing at Charlotte with aleeperfoT Biniiinnliain
Bolid train WaahiiiKton to New Orleans
without change. Southern Railway Dining
car? between Washituton ami Charlotte.
?unset Peraonally Condncted Tourist Kx
enrsion. Through 8leef*r on this train
every Tuesday ?nd Kriday to Han
Franciaco without change. Leave Uirh
mond at 12.01 P. M.
4:01 P. M.?Local for Btraaburg and Har
rlaonburg daily except Sunday.
4.30 P. M.daily, local for Charlottesville,
ronnerting at Calverton for Warrer,ton and
Fauquier White Sulphur BpringB.
?I2U P. M. daily, N?w York and Florida
Express Pullman l'.uflu Bletntng <'a.i?,
New York and Washim-'t?? to Tstapa, via
Savannah and Jack!?ot>v)lle,aii.l to Au^u-ta
via Columbia with connection for
9:20 P. M daily, Waahlnston and
ChatUnooca Limited, via i.yncbburg. with
sleeper?, N'ew York and Washington to
Memphis and New Orleans through Bristol.
10:45 P.M. daily, "WASHINGTON ahd
composed of Pullman Veatibuled Hleep
era, Dining Cars and Day Coaches, I'ml
man Sleepera, New Yo k to Nashville
Tenn., via Aaheville, Knoxville and (hat
tanooga; New York to Memnhia, via Birm?
ingham, New York to New Orleans, via At?
lanta and Montgomery. Pullman, Library
and Observation car between New York and
Washington and Atlanta. Vestibnled Day
Coach, Washington to Atlanta. Southern
Railway Dining Car, (?reensboro to Mont?
Leave? Richmond 11 P. M.
Trains on the Narrow Uauge reach Oran-,s
daily at 10:40 A. M
Tra?na on the Southern Railway paaa
Orange Dailt aa follows:
11:20 A.M. 1:33 P. M. 7 45 P. M.
11:10 A. M. 6:22 P.M. 5 in A. M.
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Space apply to L. 8. BROWN,
706 16th 8t. N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
FRANK 8. GANNON, 3rd Vice Pre? and
J. M. C?LP, W. A. TURK,
Traillo Manager. Oen'l Passenger Agent.
GEORGE FREEMAN, JR
600 buahela of oorn wanted. Hlgheat
oaah prloe paid.
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Vloe President: H. K. CRIHMOND. Heo
retar? ; l. o. CULI, Treasurer.
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P. B. BARHINOER, Chairman.
aparra C&avrlottsavllie, va
In King William oonnty, Sa., not
m?ti? than twenty live miles from Kit h
LUOUd, there live the ttllly remain
onoe larga ami powerfnl tribe of In?
dians ss hen Pooahontaa s.iwii John
Smith from the ilub, the Pamnnkeya
numbered some 80,000, and oonld rale*
sin effective fort DU warriors
than une hundred now are lefl,
-in- flu? Ulnolnnatl Enquirer, ami, al?
though the birth lute l?s in th" hist
decade slightly eioeeded the death rate,
there Is little probability thai thej u
maintain then Individuality another
oentory ..t they want f"r nothing,
bave more land than Ibey km>w what
tu 'l" a ith, mu? ni" all in nil the richest
ul i? .1 .u Istocrats i lev live on a littl"
peuluaula a bottli shaped neck of land,
t.prising aoine bOO aorea, of which
n under cultivation. They ai ? "
more wealth] , considered per eapil i,
than any nation m the world, ami far
more happy Their traota :ii>"iiinls m
K ?in,-, a hioh is one of tin-ir ? bit t
- inrcei ol inbaii tern ? l? i- secured to
them hy an ant . t the i ?lonlal legisla
im" They hold n m common, are
prohibited from alienating the title.and
u" . tempt from t.ivs. although, di di i
iri annii m law. thi y are requin i t >
-upl'ly the ( lovernor i i \ irginia
withaoertain amount of wild game
l in- | . oontinuee, and dur
Ing the shooting seaeon, spring and
fall, they are In the habit, now mni
then, "f aending the Governor, by the
conductor of the trun, a bunch of wild
'lucks or a haunch "f renalon
The Pamnnkeya have no relation
with Ihe i nited States government,
rhey receive do annuities, and their
nuiues are Bol opon the rolls of tbe In
dian office. The State ol Virginia an
nually appointa Uve trustees t" Ii
1er their Intereate, bnl the
sioecuree, us the Indians are perfectly
capable "i lo king ;?ti?r them?
They elect their th let and a Council of
f"ur, who exercice eiouttve, legislative
and judicial fnnotioni Every membei
t if the trite m allnwi'it to vote, and ou
tin day app anted they meet at the
council bonne, with oaaaily two candi
dates to ibooee from Th -?? in
of mie indicate th-ir choice by dropping
;i grain of o ?rn Into the ballot box ;
those who prefer the other Indicate it
l?y dropping a bean la the sume place
rheee native offloiala take care of the
frib--, punish .?ii . ?:? oat - except felon
rat which the Btale coarta bave
jurisdiction,and oondnot a oo-operative
mer cbandiae atore, which la patronized
hy white people in the oeigbb rbood,
m weil ???t th" memheri of the tribe
The Indiani are temperate, mural,
?hie ami Industrio? \'ery few
? if them are full-blood.-d During the
irs of contact with the Whites
ami the negroei aronndlhem the*
been unable to preeerve their racial in?
tegrity, altiii'iigli the l,?ws of the tribe
prohibit cohabitation or marriage with
- of African descent They ire
"ugly proud of their lineagi
while they wonld probably acknowledge
tbe white ariatocracy of Virginia their
equals, they deoliae to have unytlnng
I'i do with the blacks, ;iml 10010 years
ago ralead a miniitnre rebellion be?
i mulatto woman wn? placad in
? III'.'" "f the public School Up II tll'-ll
Realtiing thai continual Intermar?
riage bai impaired tbe phyaloal
dltion nt the tiIbe, thej reoently ip
pointed a committee to treat with tbe
i "inmint of the Cherokee Indian nati m
"f North ' larolina "ti Ihl
i ne Pamnnkt -. - ire not only
thoroughly oivilized, bot arc quite In
ellned to be religions Fhe t"--t i ni id
ing on their reeervation lea Baptist
church, at which nearlj [every member
of the tribe attends lervioe twioa oo
Sunday, under the ministration <?f a
n itive pre m te-r
l w:is seriously afflicted With a cough
..til , it-, ?ml last f.ill hi I ;i
?Vie COUgh thrtll ever In top' 1
need many rem?di?e without receiving
much relief, ami being recommended
to try a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Kemeily, hy B friend, who, knowing
me to ho a poor witl"W', gave it to me,
i trietl it .ami with the inosf gratifying
results. The Brat bottle relieved me
very much and the second bottle lois
absolutely rated me. I have not hail
as good health fot twenty yeatU Re?
spectfully, Mrs. Mary A Board, Clare
more. Ark. Sold hy 11, M. Lewie,
('annaltiei in tbe Philippine?.
A statement prepared in the offloe of
the adjutant general in regard to the
casualties in the army,including troops
in the Philippines, from the beginning
of the insurrection, February I, up to
June ti, last, shows :
Killed in action 2?!(i ; died of wounds
received in action, fill ; died of disease
contracted in line of duty, Me, making
a total death list of ?'?5!?. The total
number of wounded during the same
period is stated at I,MS. These sta?
tistics were prepared prior to the severe
engagements participated in by Gen.
Lawton's force at Zapote river and
Oavite province, where the casualties
were severe on both sides. No official
statement has been prepared of the
number of sick and incapacitated men
in Gen. Otis' army, but it is known to
be large, some antborities placing the
number as high as 2,000 or 1,000
Their Ensinrsi Booming.
Probably no one thing has caused
such a general revival of trade at M
M. Lewi? Drug Store as their giviug
away to their many customers of so
many free trial bottli s Dr King's New
Discovery for Consumption. Their
trade is simply enormous in >hic very
valuable remedy, from the fact that it
always cures and never disappoints.
(loughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Croup, and all throat aud lung diseases
are quickly cured. Vou can test it bef?te
buying by getting n trinl bottle f n-e large
size ?oc, and $1.00, Every buttle war?
Attention Harvesters !
MACHINE OIL and FLY PAPKB
Magrath & Ohesley.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
?ARKIAOK?, 8IIRHKYB, KU"tiIBB
..ONt-OKD AND SPINDrt WAtiONI,
Platform Spring Wagons.
Business and Pl?asnr? Wagons of every
description. Special attention given to r?
pairing and repalnllnc
lAkl.Mj MU: CITaDRL.
In war when a town la
taken hy storm then- Il
no use in merely ceptur
ina; the oatworkaor lower
foraficatioSM ? As long ,u
_ . the enemy holds
?-.the big he st
^ Stronghold the
town is not (lon
In W ?i r r i n g
thru- in ;.,, is. In
simply oven owing the
minor ?ytnptutn?, fhi re
me plenty <.t uu-r.- -timvi
lating preparation! largely
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ami tcmiKtrai \ exhilaration follii ?. ?
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I na. iiverj i? i true and radi
li i nnUins nn alcohol, It r|
briute or ct ng fot intoxii
It dos s n. n nine
the outei symptoms of It at
n in it-, highest strongliold mi]
it,- ? No honetat
st you to a ?
Golden Medical D
lint be ma) make u little i i
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I see thai
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F ? ? y suffering man or worn in al
write tk.i ? tire k_.i|iv of I)r. Pierce
land page ill ustrated Common
Medical Advlaer, It wl!l be sent paper
! t<.r the l.ar<- cost ol mail
imps, or in heavy, ban ?
, loth binding lor *i itampa
Just received a large iot of
Blinds, Cypress Shingles
N. C. Flooring and
which I seh cheaper than any one eise
In the city.
C'a;; anil ire-t my prii-<.'S before buyln?.
111 Cummer.-. Street and National Boulevard
JOHN F. SCOTT
HardwiM and Hardiaru Specialties,
Oi.? door below ('baa. Wallace A Uro.
? ri m i -?a or ?
Hardwire. Onus. I'lstols. Kators. Knlv?
Ac, will he sold at reduced price? to soi th
the tune?. Money cau be saved by pun lis
nf at H'Orrs H?rdw?r? Store
E. K. WHEELlik,
diitves.ior of Williams A Wheeler), coiidiiri.
UM r Mir,IM AKI.NO l!t?8INK8t?at ihn old
?laud, OOtnar Mam and I 'harlot te ft reela All
Ofdei ? (rom home ami abroad promptly ami
sa.nfarioniv attended lo either ?i utgiit or
Hoarse ?nrl ('arriaces always ready to at
loud funeral?. Thankingthe public for pat
rtru* '.. ao generously beetowed.ha aaka
rontlnnance of the ?am?.
CANNED GOODS, &c.
BostOfl Kaked Beana.
Silbar l'uni in variety.
Peaches -different qualities.
Strawberries and Pine Apple
Surd i nes, Lobster and Sal m mi.
Baked Beans with tomato sauce.
String Beans, Early June PSAS
Tongue, Chipped Beef, Saiinagi?.
Whole Ox Tonc-ne. Potted Hum.
Kunst Beef, Corned Beef.
Mus?anla, Salads. Pickles.
Siiuces, Catsup, &c. , A <?
At MAOI.ATH & OHESLKY'8.
I am agent for the celebrated
buckeye Binders & Mowers.
A full stock on hand. Come and
H. Xj. BISCOE,
ricos. I- i bolee lim?.
ant'-emnms, Carnations. Fuchsias, Ji'-..r?confh
?a. li. Kiirly Vegetable Plants cheap Cut
Flowers ?nd Floral Designs.
Call a? E. C. Nlnde's store and get a cat?
loam? a>"l lea*? your order?.
Florist. Alshland. Va
Has Moved His Tonsortal Parlor
Mr. Charles Lawson bas moved his Tonsorlal
Parlor from upper Commerce street to the
offlco lately occupied by the Freo Lance,
where he Is prepared todo all work such as
Shaving-, Hair Cutting, Shampooing and H?ir
Dressing in the most artistic manner. II
shop Is largo and commodious, always coo
even In this most oppressive weather. N. at
neu and the latest style of work will be on?
or the chluf features of this establishment
give mea oall.
"HANI ?H I.AWHIIN
DON'T FORQET THAT
When you want an easy Shave,
A s good as a Harbor evor gave,
Just call on mo at my Saloon,
A t morn and eve or busy noon,
I oomb and dress tbe b?lr with gra< >.
To ault tb.' c.iiiiitonanve of your tace
My room Is neat, my towels clean.
Boisson sharp and rasura kenn ;
A nd all that art and skill oau do
If you will oall I'll do for you.
Kators put In order at short notlo?.
W H. HS VI OR
S. H. BEALEi
bs\ Ing bought out tbe entire Hardware
Stook of John A. Stone, will continue tbe
at tbe OLD STAND, on COM MR RCB ST., and
la now laying In a full NRW STOCK Or*
GOODS lu the Hardware Line which be Will
aell at tbe
Lowest Cash Prices,
W Oo and as? bun before roa pay.
in the World.
' ] You have a chance to buy the best
known. Puro Cold Dry Air,
I Tlie Leonard (table.
;?. We have been appointed direct agents
I : by the factory and you get them at fac
. tory price.
p i Tlie best system of Refrigeration known.
I E. C. N1NDE,
Housekeepers, Look At This!
? In connection with the due quality of In
, i kaltin Jelly, and (!olTi ? I i
: m i
THE BOSTON VARIETY STORE.
Oall and aee samplet Orden tilled for families cheaper that vou can
BOSTON VARIETY STORE.
70 riillions in the Clothing Trust.
.1 t'.i the purpt '? ol fon laf t Le price 'it ? lotblui 1.1 ? at, 1 o<b
tbe 1 ? 1 of the capitalist, We have declared war a? levlla
m el 1* ni iiy ht in 'i. i'i.-t- ni tie- common people, who have littlt tbes
Men's lull ? frnm ?1 Si '? ?
Boj - .nit* from "? cents t., v IW.
Men's 1 1 '? to$l av
Men's lint samples shoes II Ol I :,u bit- th? money
I.it'll. ? ?.imple ?le.. -
Kabj ?h.,. - LS cents to aft.
tin)!, -lilt? I mill I,) rellta lO ?J !
Ladle? -k.rt?. tin... $1 nu to U .'..
1 i.ie - ti I turned tic- in ci nt? t ifl.TS.
Silk 1, It .nt?, !ate?t out.
1 i' iii -1-? ne line of suite, worth f rare U to U dollars we ?il ci-?se out
We bad expected to tart a 1 otbio* uianuta. tin in?- im im -u. but aa tbe
capita reed tbe price of cloths up. we will continue to buy fruoi broten raer
chanta and coi Is at one bair what regular merchants can sell at.
M\RRIS & CO *?,X>MMBRCE ST., Next to K. \\. ;Mills, Pitman's Old
NEW YORK BARGAIN HOUSE.
I' V I?, CoaWAT. 1'HAal,eh iiSUBOON RaBDOLtaf tJoW.SD
Conway, Gordon & Garnett
OOMMKI.CIC 8TKKKT, KHKUKH1CKHUUHO, VA.
Ran?, opens U A. M. I Hank closes!. P.M Collection* made ou all polot
AT S. G. WALLACE'S.
'?''?me and see the greatest values ever offered in
DRY GOODS & NOTIONS
in this city. The markets North, South, East and West have vied with each
other in contributing to this marvelous display of beautiful goods, compris
ing the latest designs in Dress (?oods and Silks and everything in White
Qooda you can ask for. Elegant Percales at fit cents. Huge lots of Call
?MM, (linghams, Satteens, Lawns, and anything else you want in Wash
Fabrics. Ask to see the '.i cent Brown Cotton. Ladies', Men's and Chit*
?Leu's Underwear in all grades. Trunks, Umbrellas, Corsets, Shirts, Shirt
Waists and Ladies'Skit ts deserve your attention. Everything you want
in tbe Notion Line WALLACE has it.
Country Merchants can get just what tboy want, aud bow they want it, at
the lowest prices, if they w.!) buy from
S. G. Wallace,
The Excelsior Roller Mills
GILT EDGE FAMILY. HIGH GRADE FAMILY
HIGH GRADE EXTRA. CHOICE FAMILY
? AND ?
FREDERICKSBURG EXTRA FLOURS
all of which will be offered to the trade Low for Oash. (Jell and ?zamlna Vlour at d gt
?Schedule of Flour Is as follows : Q. K. Kamlly, 00 osnU per herral above H. ?. Mitre
and Fredsrloksburg Kxtra 80 cents below H. U. Kxtrs.
C. H. PETTIT. PROPRIETOR.
AN IMMENSE STOCK.
Tbe great advance in all cotton goods has caused us to buy early
the largest stock ol goods we have ever bad. This was necessary
to enable us to sell them to you at old prices. Thia has been the
sharpest advance I have seen in 20 years, except in two instance?.
How much higher, or how long the advance will hold, no one can
tell. So to be on the safe side I would advise you to buy early what
We can still sell you a very good Brown Cotton at 3c., a better one
at 4c, and tbe best at Tic. My stock has been well bought, and
goods well bought are half sold.was well said. We honestly believe
we own today one of tbe cheapest, if not the cheapest stock of goods
in any retail store in Virginia. No matter what you want in
DRY GOODS OR NOTIONS
try Baker before you buy, and if we fail to sell you we will make
ihe other fellow sell you cheap.
E. T. BAKER
MARKET CONNER. FREDER1CKSBURQ, VA.
p.?.. ? JOHN M. GRIFFIN.
Stapie and Fancy Groceries,
Fine Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars.
Agency Pabet Milwaukee Larger Beer and best tonic. W? also have In stock Atee
Portar, Stout, etc. ?Q0B Street