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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and Hanufacturing Interests o? Fredericksbur? and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
vol. If).?No. 77
Fredericksburg Va. Tuesday July i. 48W).
Trice 3 cent3
1861. The Oldest Firm in Fredericksburg, Va. L891 '. fl
WitL u Thirty-eight Years Record for Style, Durability and hitting Qualities, ^J
B GOLDSMITH. The Old Reliable Wot hier,
still stand unsurpassed, and offer to the public the biggest indurenietri in MEN'S, i*2
YOUTH and CHILDREN CLOTH I NO. ill
Also a Special Sale on MEN'S BLACK AND ULUE CLAY WORSTED and SEKGE &
SUITS for the next Ten Days. A lot ol Men's Black and Clay Worsted and Serge \j>
I'ants included in the above OKFKll.
Ejvery Woman Should Have It
Ou page? 5S and 5y of the July Designer there in a profitable leaaon r>u "point* on Dressmaking,' and "Placing of
Patterna" that every woman should read and study The leaaon is illustrated und made pi ' with ?litt!
tioe jon become an accomplished "cutter." Tins letton e inns at an ImporUut tune, ju-t when yi u ??re thinking ol
baying a New Dress of Worsted, or Silk, or Wann Material, and sometimes yon can make yonrown Or.'? If ji u hav. the
pattern and can understand how to place' it aud eut it We have a beautiful line of Majonable fal rice now, and *
dially Invite yon to see them.
We cut the prioe on those fine Imported Organdlee to
close them out. When we say organdies, we don't mean
liAWUi It? the highest class Cloth aud oolor printing we
speak of, those ST1^ goods reduced now to Me. , and the ?Oc
goods reduced now to
No lady feels that her sommer outfit is complete with?
out a Parasol, and if you'll only take a glance at these
pretty ones here and learn how low priced they are you'll
not be long without this Capstone to your outfit.
Prices $1, 11.50, |1.9ft, fl.75, fi oO, $i 50, 19 00, f; 50
Y'Ui foffOl tten thai i? Uk-'- - m - h tini", lai
money to make up a poor style as i? does n rieh, handli me
one, and the total oosl of the latter is nly ? few oeots m ?e
than the former Wh I tfi m the Beautiful 81
i f Wash Silks here at 50c, you have got a Silk thai
like Silk at a glance. N ? comparison necessary between
these aud the common grades n Id a- Silk
There has just been opetif d lent of
New Fans Children's Pana al 8e and ? 1. rely ones
at lOo and 15a ; Richly Ornamented
I'alm Leaf ones at lOo. per dozen ; Satin Palm Pans in
square or ronod shape al l< mi I ten.
Its well to ask at this store for anything yon ar*> thinking of ordering, for in manj une orle?
price, (ilad always to show yon.
E. W. STEARNS,
DRY GOODS STORE.
P. Me Crac ken, Bro. & Co.,
? Wholssals ?vd Brail?
GROCERS AND UQ?OR DEALERS.
Offer Ten Thousand Gallons PURE RYE
and BOURBON WHISKIES, from the fol?
lowing well known distilleries : Graft 4 Oo.
of Ohio; Boons County Distilling Co., of
Kentucky Monticello Distillery, of Mary?
land, and W. F. Gray, of Pennsylvania.
Agents tor Bergner A Engle's Lager Beer?
They also offer Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Agricultural Implements. Seeds, Guano, and
MRS JENCIE MONROE,
Liquors and Groceries,
Commerce St., FREDERICKSBURG, YA
1 au the sole agent hereof the celebrated
APPLKWooD WHISK KY. laso keep all
?raJci of Whiskey, from II.00 up to $4.e? per
gallon. King Lear Whiskey at |4.0U. Best In
the world. APPLE BHANDIKS t rom *MA> to
A full stock of Come?! Potomac Herrin* on
Consult your interest by calling on me be
lor? buying or making your purchases.
MRS. JKNCIB MONROE.
Oft OC ER?ES.
FAMILY GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
My stock of Liquors Is large, consisting of
Foreign and Domestic BRANDIES.
Furs Applewood and Farmers' Friend Furs
Rye Whiskey, ?2 a gallon. _
MAGNIFICENT APPLE BRANDY, WAR
DOT. COMMERCE AND LIBERTY 8T8.
That Honest Dealings,
Full Measure and
have built us the largest trade
in this oity.
Inspect our stock before you make
your purchases for the holidays.
We gu?rante satisfaction.
Whiskey from $1.20 per gal. np.
Sli Brands Ryes at $2 per gal,
Also higher grades
Whiskies, Brandies, Gins,
and in fact everything found in a
Qrst-olaas Liquor and Tobaooo House.
Strasburger & Son,
IU an? MX Oommsro? St
ELK RUN WHISKEY.
This celebrated brand of KENTUCKY
PURE RYE WHISKEY, guaranteed 100
proof and 2 yearn old at 12 per gallon is for
sale by Mrs. J. F. Monroe, Commerce
street, Frederioksburg, Va. For flavor it
has no superior at the price. It is smooth,
pleasant to drink, and there is not a head?
ache in agall?n. Come and try it, and voo
will buy no other.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Fort Bye Whiaksy, Pure, Old Rum, Pure
Holland Gin, Pure Sherry Wine, Pure
French Brandy, Pure Apple Brandy,
Pure Peach Brandy, Pure Blackberry
Brandy. A complet? stock of Liquors
for medical use at the old Reliable
Grocery Store of
CH AS. WALLACE & BRO.
Cor. Main Commerce SU.
FRJD1BICKBBUB?, ? ? VA.
UEO. J. FLETCHER,
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
Plans. Specifications, Elevations. Details.
Work of all kinds in the building line.
Thorough personal suptrriMon of el
wet*, town ?t ?oontiy.
With Pleasure I Tender My Thanks
to aud assure my friends, patrons and the buying public of my hi^h
appreciation of the cordial support they have giren me I hare the largest and
most complete line of GROCERIES oarried by any b ase In Frederloksbnrg,
They ate bought at K >rk Bottom Prions and will be sold at rory small prt I '
I also sell the best brands of Lime, Cement, Oa r, Hazard A
Dapont Powder, Stoneware, Nail?. Hay, Peed,
I am also og?'tif for the Elbra Brand Mixed Taint lr bj s higher grade and tet?
ter quality of
than han ever Veen put on the market of iti more ECONOMICAL TO
S. J. MARSHALL.
HUNDREDS OF STOVES
To select from.
Come one, come all to the Mammoth SI ire !l m- and i""k and gel prioee.
1 have s H >\K> of all kinds, at prices fr 'in |3 to $20 M v stock of
sists ol tlie beet With fine reputation and are lowei than ever Hy calling a'
my place you will ?ave many a dollar Plnmbii ..ty.
R. L. STONE. 203 Commerce St.
is an attractive
place for teachers, and
is especially so at this time. We aim to carry in
stock the current books and magazines, and we
have the very best values in stationery. Free use
of writing table.
Adams' Book Store.
Shoes For Warm Weather
Ladies Dongola Strap Sandals, 2? to 8, at 90 cts.
Patent Leather Strap Sandals at 90 cts.
Dongola Kid Strap Sandals, turned soles, $1.25.
Genuine Vice Kid Strap Sandals, hand-turned
BR?LLE A TIMBERLAKE.
921 Main Street. Opp. Market Entrance
AND DEALER IN
(tents' Furnishing Qoods
My Stock rs now complete in evert depart,
ment, consisting of the latest styles and best
fabrics from French, English, Scotch and
American manufactures, selected with tie
greatest care with the view to snpply ths
wants and taste of every customer. Every
Bottom Prices and Satisfaction
Also full line of ttents' Furnishing ttoodi
such as Drees Shirts, Nightshirt?, Drawers,
Collars, Cuffs, Cloves, Suspenders, Scarfh.
Ties, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Half
Hose, Scarf Pins, Cuff and Collar Buttons,
Watch Chains and Charms, Silk, Alpaca a.'.d
Gingham Umbrellas, Ac.
a#" Call and examine our stock
W. 3. ENIBREY.
?Onooessor to Embrey ft Berry man.)
Dealer In RAILFOAD CROSS TIBS, CE
DAB POSTS, 8FOEES AND HOOFS
Eeeps constantly on hand a large supply
?f Baled Hay and Mill Feed. MTOfficenee
Railroad Depot FrederisAsaurg, Va.
GEORGE W. WROTEN.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
a/ill furnish Plans and Specification! , wi1
contact for erecting all classes of
Buildings; furnish hands by the
day and superintend the work
in town or country
HF" Charges reasonable
A. MASON GARNER.
Contractor a ad Builder,
"rlncets Anne st.. Opposite Tyler's Foundrj
EW~Guaranieesall work in his line to be done
promptly and In a flrst-elast manner at rook
S. H. BEALEj
ha\ Ing bought out the entire Hardware
Stock of John A. ?torn?, will continue the
at the OLD 8TAND. on COMMBBCR ST..and
la now laying In a full NBW STOCK OF
GOODS In the Hardware Line which be will
sell at the
Lowest Cash Prices,
IsT" Oo and see him before ron bay.
INTfRESTING LETTER FROM PO!
From a reraei Buffer dial Who
N -w Qmo'nmt'iii Auditor
Sin .1 nan, I' h to KiiM
To The Pre?
Perhaps a line from one of y
St ifT'iul neighbors, Don
iu this newly acquired I?
n of Uncle Sim. o
some interest to youi r< ad
Since my arrival here, on M 13
! have been favori d w itli iev<
copies of the Lsnoe, si nt from i
borne in Washington, among the m
copy containing a kind no'
appointmonl as a ditor of !' i
R Co, under the United Rial
tnry (i"verniiniit of the island, m
? ?i my departure from W
from the States aro big
iv appreeiated tu San Juan. T
onlj paper here pnblisbedin E
sjlisfa is the San Juan News,
-mai' daily, devoted mainly to ma
ters ot local interest, and with re
dispafcab.es rei peeting ne
item of general interest. There a
several small da.ly pap>t. ;
to the Spanish language.
The voyage direct from Men Vo
to Ban Juan, is- made in live da
being something over l,500n
wlun one travt Is on a Urce, w>
appointed ship,like the "MoPberaoi
on which your eorreapondent came,
exceedingly pleasant. '?ne pec
harity is the beautiful dark blue oc
or of the ocean in southern latitud?
which, an I wa* informed, h owil
to the ??tilf stream. Be that as
may, one never tires jn looking o
upon the vast expanse'of water, ci
lorcd in hues, M, pleasing to the ,-v
Beiidej the government trau
ports, there are two commercial 1 ? n<
of steamers between Ban Joan an
Sew York the Bed Beo ?. .
the Porto Kican Line. A number i
foreign steamers may lie seen in tl
harbor of San Juan every day. I
commerce is very considerable. Tl
chaLnel entrance to the harbor
nar ow and intricate and mu-t 1
made by day under the guide.
an experienced pilot.
The appearance of the eil
and its surrounding, as the approac
is made by sea, is exceedingly p o
uresque. Morro Ca?tle, *of light \n
color, nearly white, looms up gram
ly, while the green verdue on tl:
high banks beyond it
to the eye, and beyond the city
?pread out in fine panorama.
As one passes the Cattle the rent
and scars caused by the sb<
Admiral Sampson's ships are ;
visible. Indeed in the [ntendeoci
Administration^ Building, in th
heart of the city, fronting the Pin/
of Alfonso XII, where t;
your correspondent is iocated.a hug
reDt, now repaired and plastered u|
is pointed out as having I
by one of the shells of the bon
ment, which mut bare !>?
tive of considerable consternation t
the inhabitants of San Jo
I was agreeably disappointed in th
city m finding its streets, winch ar
kept sorupulou-ly clf>an under th<
military rale, well paved in th
die with vitrified brick, made n
Kurope, with concrete sidewalks
These sidewalks, however, are toi
narrow for two to walk abreast wit!
comfort, the wholo street iucludini
the sidewalk being no wider ti.nr
some of the spacious sidewalks n
Washington city. The city ol Bai
Juan is very compactly built and
covers but a etus 11 eitent of territory
The population exceeds 15,000< Tin
buildiugi* are solid and well built
those used for residential purpose;
having very high ceilings and bug?
windows, without glass, with I
able blinds, and opening Ike ?s-reai
doors. The halls, dining rooms and
reception rooms are usually floored'
with stone tiling, which gives ln< m t
a cooling,inviting appearance. In thf
Hotel Mayflower, where your corre?
spondent is domiciled, his bed-room
has a stone tiled floor with a ceiling
about as high as that of an ordinary
church. The partitions between thu
rooms are about 12 feet high, so that
above there is a free circulation of
the air throughout the entire build?
ing. This is very comfortable a
respects the circulation of the air
but when your next door neighbor is
a champion snorer while in ?lumber,
(as min?is), the free circulation of
sound is not quite so agreeable.
The Mayflower is regarded as an
American hotel, and the best here,
being patronized mainly by people
from the United States. It is kept,
however,by Spanish speaking people,
who rigidly adhere to Spanish cus
toms. The early breakfast, served
from 7 to 8 A. 11., il merely bread
and coffee, nothing less and nothing
more. Regula' breakfast is served
from 12 to 1 o'clock, at which hour
the stores and even large banks close
their doors in order that all hands
may go to breakfast. The dinner
hour is from 7 to 8 P. M These hours
for meals at first goes bard with ou*
from the States, where the breakfast
from 7 to 9 A. M. is one of the sub?
stantial meals of the day. But one
soon adjusts himself to conditions,
and when he cannot change thorn,
grows content therewith. It is said
that the very light breakfast from
7 to 8 A. M. is better for one in this
climate, which I am inclined to think
is4the case, as the mornings are
usually sultry and the hottest portion
of the day. About 11 A. M. a flue
breeze usually springs up and con
tinues through the remainder of the
day. As a rnle the nights are plea?
sant, and would be enjoyable but for
the mosquitoes which are numerous
and very pronounced in their mode
of making the acquaintance of a
newly arrived guest. Fleas also
abound, doubtless owing to the fil 'by
habits of the negroes and lower
classes, who inhabit the basements
of the dwellings, and who seem to be
I utterly regardless of cleanliness. The
i uover t
bigb figure here, bol
. and e hen thei
Bnl th' n the ait
still are rare. The ?r-l Mid
10U mil* thai the l>r* * i
This is the beginning of the rail
' ? ?? pi
ntly while the si
is ibinii u' ele ir. Thej
of short dmatton, and the to
the vi and with
H oi 1" -ver, t '
itreeti -in quite dry again.
The ?? ist of livii
a rule, the food ia poo
I thai nie excellent be
may b< b< re from the i!oo
? dent h'
lean, tongh and
Chicken rar> Ij a( pi am on the bill i
-? d when it does the contia
between what is called chicken i.ci
and th" "tt led chicken" ol ? lid Vfi
words. The Sah i s goot
and there is an abondant
?<? ite and t
dnnks ol the early mornii
h>| <i a de coi ', or ibc watei
green cocoa not, which tl.,- negro?
bring into ton i antitet i
irts, 1 ' you cano
Spanish, ap; < art and mak
a plasbii g downward motion with tit
rit??t hand. Instantly the
maebette, and i? le< ting ??? g
eon nut, with one or t wo d> ;
'! iarter d
Von dr:iik t?o i
hole. Tbia aqua ?le coco is pli
te, tbirst-l ?til i
drinking ? i
Tu- H -ard ol Health, H
Public Works, Board ol Edu
nth* r tf' partmenti of I ? .'?'
rnmenl o; P ?rto Ric . i
n the way of impi
. indition i I
are imitative, and will doubl les
ern al 'lit by the ei
Tbey arc intending
celebration ol the < m il
and the mercbl
inscribing to nuke u a an
In the M | tl ?wer boti ; the propriefc
is bavinir aevt t il pon d batl
and introd of tb<
were unknown in Porto R co ?
the oeenpam y by the army ol tb<
United Statei try Goiem
mov< s with preeisi m and ?
witbont tt ? nd is doul
; far mon
for the lien? lit of the y ?] !
could ii" ? ffeeted by a civil govern
?. which it is .-'Hid they desi
Tue Governor General ol Port?
man ol mneb ! >reo ol char;... tcr and
ittve ability, yet very eon
ate, looking cloeely into detail?,
of the insolar affaira and re\
oral wi lit?r<
of the pe ?i le here ami the best, inter
?"t ' ol the United States Tin
palace, where u,^ headquarters ate
ed, ia an imposing building on
the t xtonor, wb ! ? the incide bllll,
reception rooms and rooms of state,
it. i y by the old Go?! rHOI
rail under the Spaoish r>
are really magnificent.
i'.tholic churches, of cour-",
abound ?n S .n Juan; on*
stantly reminded of that fact bj
continuous jangle of the bella from
many steeples, which are rung here
in a most peculiar manner. In more
than one instance I have observed
two churches immediately together.
In an old church at the bead of San
Christo street, overlooking the bay,in
which your correspondent attended
an early morning service (ia part I, it
is said the remains ol l'once de Loon
I have attended divino M t
each Sabbath morning since
my arrival, at St. John's ESpia
copal church, receatly started
here by Rev. Dr. Pratt, of Wasbiner
tOD, the church services being held
in a commodious upstairs ball, look?
ing out upon the Plsz* The service
are well attended by mili'ary ofj
and civilians from the States residing
here. Protestant services are also
held in the theatre here, ander tfa
auspices of the Young Men's Chris?
The Postal service here is wtll
organized and well conducted, under
the direction and management of
(leu. Elliott, the Director General o?
Posts for Porto Rico.
The building occupied by the poet
i flic" iu San Juan, is that formerly
occupied, up to the time of American
occapancy, by theold Spanish L ?t
t ry, and is an imposing structure,
fronting on San Francisco street and
extending an entire block from San
Curisto to San Jose streets.
Since the island of Porto Rico and
its dependencies came into the posses?
sion of the United States there has
be* n no central plan or organization
of it financial system. It is intended
t >in\ugurateon the first of July next
an accounting system modeled after
that followed in the Unite! States
Treasury, but simplified and ajod
to moet the existing conditions here.
The work required of your correspon?
dent, as auditor of the island, has
been exacting and continuous since
his arrival, and will r* quire all of
his time for some weeks to come.
Wh^n he has had the opportunity to
make the j ?urney bonce to Ponce,
BS miles, over the floe military road,
auJ around the isUnd, and to some
of the famous warm springs
that exist in the mountainous
ibnte m rel ?tit n to ol
iver the city
? in, i the eonditiot
g III ule
i anchor, i
. till |i
nrban . s,n Tun
I w.tu thi lot
but a fi
de Sau < hri
? H? till
and v rett hedces? one
I uement abo*]
? ti'. Bt< d with their h
?a truly a plat ?
John R. I
I -. ' v r'.i c;,* .1 Hunan
rery h < be
. idy in tl
? fast* ned. t'
-, hut 1er v 11
? i a way
j "f OS u I' ft
?ry for (,' i
?uiapi ? relii r* 'i
, - ttlept ail nitfli
i- Mrs. Luth
I hns wi irr-s \> t ', ll.n.m i k
tf. O I
M M Lewis' Di
Evi ry h .ti
New 3tory of ?m L?f
ii? Id i d Shu Francisco
honor n. Bua?ter, saya tl
San F i ttronicle, the folio?
leo, R. I
? Id. Murray 1
Taylor, of the Confederate At my:
"In the fall of 1803," said Capta
Taylor, "General Burns
commet Li mi y of I
mai . lud' tnov
? ! the Kappihannof
? opposite Prederiekebarg re
infronting him on tb
? side ol the stream a portion i
Army of Northern Virginie? M
old borne, Fall H 11, is the tfri
lerieksbnrg, hmI commands
.?? pinina on the ?nie of th
river upon winch th ^cat??
) ?wer ?ow
? Heights, at tiie foo
of whieb ia the 'stone wall,' where a
the b up, on th
l-'irh er, the Army of th
P ?! til ie mi ; dt I
"Tl e view from Pall Hill is th'
in all tiio couutr;
loking the Valley of theRappu
bannock and the towns and tillage
? ? river for many miles, and i
set poiut of thi
?'Utire range of bills. The house 1
ist b ick from the brow c>
the hill. General L me 0
? le into the yard and wer?
examining the country before them
when the Federal artillery on the op
? of the river, attracted bj
this group of horsemen, opened fin
from the Stuff >rd Heights. A shel
k a larpe cedar tree stand
ing opon tin brow of the hill anc
nearly in front of the boute, cutting
it off jaet under it* branches an*J
leaviog Lbe trunk about twenty fe* i
bign. My mother was standing in
i. watchiog (?enera
Lee, i >-arly under the cedai
at the time' After the war she
planted ivy around this tiunk, and,
as a memento of the narrow escape
I. ie, oherisb? d the young
plant and trained it most carfuliy un?
til it covered the whole tree with its
s. It was very beautiful in its
foliage, and at once attracted
the eye of any one lookirg in that
direction. Iu tie spring of 1869
Geoeral Lee visited Fredericksburg
as a delegate 'from Lexington, Va.,
to the Episcopal Convention, and
came out to spent! the afternoon at
Fall Hii!. I wasathouie at thotime,
aad was with my mother when she
weleOBUed him at the door. General
Loe pnueed dm fore entering the house
to admire the beautiful landscape,
which, clothed in the verdure of May,
was lovely and impressive beyond
description. My mother called his
attention to the ivy covering the
cedar trunk. The G0ner.1l observed
it a moment and remarked : 'Mrs.
Tayl ir, will you grant me a favor V
"My mother replied : 'General, I
shall be as proud to do your bidding
as mv five sons were to serve you and
their country during the war.'
"Then, Dear madam,' cried Gen
oral Lee, 'cut down that tree and de?
stroy every vestige of it.'
' If* mother greatly surprised, ex?
claimed : 'Why, do you wish to de
stroy the beautiful ivy, General,
which I have cared for so long and
have wa'obed frrow with so much
pi aftirtt Don't you remember how
narrowly you escaped being injured
when the tree top was cut off by the
Yankee shell ? However, if it is your
wish it shall come down, even ai
though it has grown very dear to me
in all this wreck and rum of my once
beautiful home. I have always cared
for it, in remembrance of the day
when tbe top fell, and when you so
mercifully escaped injury."
"The General paused a moment,
and then, with ovident feeling, said:
'Thank you, madam, but this is too
fare a prospect to be saddened or
marred by reminders of the terrible
war. We are one people, and we
the South, who by yonr prayi
mm h dun
now to '
'? d by au ali
'?are lor as in the fa
it ni i h sod liver ai
Ni'W Life I'lJls, tl i St' 111 I h
uni Liver K' nieiiy .gives ?t splendid i] -
babil that ti
,f "ii'TRy Ol M M.
Lewis irtiK store.
t'uban-* Tired of tiir- Valles: .
? more Sun
view, declares flat the I
? '?. nd considi
d ff?rent ra
linage and aro li
the Span i h. A rev
authority ?s declared I
m to anderstand I
the nature of the irritation
?or military o.
, lace, it must be remi ml
that wo are an alien race, Our
methods of thoii', f ae.
tion, are different from th'
.; is our el
uess theirs. We i ffeud tt:
;irg it. Wc ride roughshod '<
over tl "ices without know?
ing it. Tl i of our army,
generally speaking, in their dealings
with the islanders, bave adopted, as :
practicable, the Castilian form of
courtesy; 1 tit tn ! for
the men. There is a>.variety of our
genus homo who i.k? > colhiug 1
than to show his contempt for a
?ally a 'Dago.' "
E. K. WHEELER,
?accessor of Williams A Wheeler), 00
the UNDERTAKING HU?lNL?S .-.the old
stand, comer Main and Charlotte strati. AU
orderd from home aud abroed promj tly and ?
tatisfactor?y attended to eilbar st el
tend funerals. rbankinKthe publie for pat
orna??* so generonoly bestowad.hs aiks
otntfnnanas of th?sam?.
Attention HarvesteP9 !
MAOHINE OIL and FLY PAP1B
Magrath & Ohesley.
mips, but ?
.?";.'?. and 0
ipted in kind,
. ?hat we are
v the large
*i not tell
W ood o . oar -i<c?*l
"i -ill ] sck>
ill, sad large
. ckiy by freight,
I W. Wood & Sons,
men Richmond, Va.
i I vetch, Kape Winter
to ? er ins;
PI RIOR ARTCLE
? sir i - "in evenn
o for medicinal arpos
m wended by
NEW SPRING CLOTHING
itrles and prices
i K in-,'Vants
i runks at Lowest
Orr 4 Co.'S
. i do! to rip, from
. ;?? Ht
.IAS. T. LAYTON'S.
o thai contains a score of
In full Pint Huttles (128 doses)
Small size bottles (M doses)
the Geonine at
9U1 Main St.
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MAGRATII ? CHESLEY.
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. ?hen you want
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UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
FREE TO VIRQ1NIANS
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