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SATURDAY.JULY *> lOi?-.
H__air.*-t*r. Donation.
Mr. ?. P. Huntington, ?he wealthy
railroad magnate .whose benefa tions to
the cause of negro sda -ition in the
South have brought to b:>th Hampton
and Tuskegee handsome b-ildtsga
whete the industrial arts are Btndied
on their pra. Ural side, has undertak-'ti
another philanthrope enterprise in she
8outh as practii-al aseither.and perhaps
"as greatly needed
Mr. Huntington has pur hased in
Hanover ? ouuty, Va , a short distar 8
above Richmond, a plot of 1,850 acres
on which he will have erected the first
reformatory for negro ? hildren in
Virginia. Save for an institution at
Birmingham the entire Bontb Is said to
be bare of suce instiuti?>iis and tens uf
thousands of the children of a race that
furnishesm.?re than its proportion of
oifenders to the jails and penitentiaries
are being corrupte?l by the conflict ami
influence of hnrdened adult negro
criminals of both seaes
The attention of Mr llnntingl >n was
called to this state of all airs by Dr II. H
Ftissell, principal of the Ham; : ? In?
stitute for the redend M? k man. and
by Hon. J. A Smith, of Richmond, an
edu? -t*?d i : ?red man and a former
minister to Ltberin, Dt Fris* Isa
Northern man by birth but Inn knowl
edge of Southern affaira il tta:?t f ?
sympathetic e_?-'rt Mi Bmitfa Ubead
of the Reformat ?ry Asso iation, and
stands higher in the ? onfldeoce >?f his
white neighbor?, than m ???: of tbl
lnent men of his ra a,
Mr. Huntington was ? mvin?d of
the need of an ini-tnu:ioii f ll
that these men r??. >mmended, and he
authorized Dr Kris- I I make the
pur? base The land lies ta. ?n_r the
Paoiunkey river and a?lj tins a plot of
aoont ?ou a? res already <?>vii<?.l :
Reformat .ry A- latloa. Mr. Hunt?
ington, like a . erefol bnsiness man re?
tains the title to the and and will
make it over it is naden
when he is savin ed that 'he li
tionisou'hf t-TSx-t bniisandisi
managed and saf??gua:
Mr. Smi'h hss oasalted ?
J. Hoge Tyler, and It Uli
from the Virginia K_?- ntive the assur?
ance that he w'u.l ?nsign uegro
minors u the reforma' ry Arrange?
ments have already been made r j rein ive
a amall number fr.'in -he ; entai U
tion of the State to tbt ref .?rmatory
Here the boys will be taught a useful
trade and will -ive amid the right sort
of influence. It is intended a
later to have a -minada'ions for _ir s
also.
Dr. Cady's Oondition Powders, are
Just what a horse needs when in bad
oondition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price ,5
oents per package For sale by M. M
Lewis
?
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
FREE TO VIRQIMANS
"* IN THE ACADEMIC SCHOOIA
Lette rg. Sen no?-. I.mw.Mi-die.:.??. En^itu-crniar
$ E?S I OH HE'.lNSl?Tit SKI'1 KM ?U.K.
For catHliyu?- ia_l.li? M
P. li. HAKKIM.EH. Chairman,
ap'-*-:'*- Chariot!?-.v
E. K. WHEELER,
Buocessor of Williami A Wheeler), conducts
the UNUKKTAKINO BUSINESS at the old
stand,corner Main and Charlottestraeta. All
orders from home and abroad promptly and
satisfactorily attended to either at night or
day.
?
Hearte and CarrlBeea always ready '?o at
tend funerals. Thankingthe public for pnt
ornage so iteneronsly bettowed.ha aars
eontinuanoe of the ssma.
1.000 TONS SUMAC
WANTED.
For which Highest Cash Price will bo
Paid
John Q. Hurkamp Co
p
?nUrbratrr-a Fa.llak Dlaaaan.l Rrui ?
ENNYROYAL PILLS
-rt_laal ?ail Uni? -aaulai .
.?? _.a.. ,r.?l.c tao.la aj| ,
uaairt tar < -\a.-a>rat
??__?_?_la B*t?_i
aaaa*. ?? a M wt_. t. -..>rl Tatkaj '
aaattarr. ?'-..?? Jan^ ?*.? ?'. at -u
? at j-iiaii^i m _, ii.ii,a__aa waaa?__
?ta_ia fwr i.ar.ic a:? aaatlaaaaa?B as?
" Kriur Tar l.aJl.a," in ?tiler, a, rri.rm
r Mall, lo,????? : ... ..tula!, ?__, ra??.,
. l'aUk?-trr?a?-?lr?Ua.._a<ll_,_?Vu_a??.
I?7 all Lacai-Tutxl.ta. ??IIIL ai?4-l?_Z
tf
CANNED GOODS, &c.
FINEST GOODS.
Boston Baked Beans.
Sugar Corn in variety.
Peaches?different quaiitiet*
Strawberries and Pine Apple
Sardines, Lobster and Salmon.
Baked Beans with tomato sauce.
String Beans, Early June Peas.
Tongue, Chipped Beef, Sausage
Whole Ox Tongue, Potted Ham
Roast Beef, Corned Beef.
Mustards. Salads, Pickles.
Saaoes. Catsup, &o.. Are.
At MAGRATH & CHESLEY'
Buckeye. Buckeye.
1 am agent for the celebrated
buckeye Binders & Mowers.
A full stock on hand. Come and
see me.
?R.. I_. B1SCOE,
FRKDKRIOKSBVTOSO
" PARKER S-1
? HAIR BALSAM
nuii.uiea a Ituura-i (p-owih
?[?ver l_l>a to Beator. o'ra?
Hair to lta Yo-tbf-l Color
Cure? aralp ?tiaraara * hair taili__
-Oc,andfI.Wat Di-miat? ?
Attention Harvesters !
MACHINE OIL and FLY PAPER
-AT
Magrath & Ohebley.
Timothy Hay.
Two oar loads OHOIOS TIMOTHY
?'V (. ..o__ _a__ S/aa. -_1_ K
RAW AS BEEF
FROM ECZEMA!
No Torture Equal to the
Itching and Burning ot
This Fearful Disease.
Not much attention Is often paid to the
first symptoms of Eczema, but It is not long
before the little redness begins to itch ond
burn This is but the beginning, and will
lend to Buffering and torture almost unen?
durable. It il a common mistake to regard
a roughness and redness of the skin as
merely a local irritation ; tt Is but an indica?
tion of a humor in the blood?-of terrible
Ecremo?-which Is more than skin-deep, ond can not be reached by U>oal appli?
cations of ointments, ?alves, etc., applied to the surfaoo. The dise*\?e itself.
the real couse of the trouhle, is in the blood, although oil suffering is produced
through the skin ; the only way to reach the disease, therefore, is through
the blood.
Mr. Phil T. Jones, of Mixersville, Ind , writes:
"1 had Eczema thirty years, ami after a creat deal
of treatment my leg was so raw ami sore that it gave mo
constont pain. It finally broke int.? a running sore, and
began to spread and {-row woree. For the pact five or
six years 1 have suffered untold agony and had given up
all hope of ever being free from the disease, as I have
been treated by some of the best physicians and have
taken many blood medicines, all in vain. With little
faith left I began to take B. S S , and it apparently
made the Eczemo worse, but I knew thot this was the
way the remedy got rid of the poi?.<n. Continuing
8. 8. 8., the sore healed up entirely, the skin became
clear and smooth, ond I was cured perfoctly."
Eczema Is an obstinate disease and can not be cured by o remedy which is
only o tonic. Swift's Specific?
S. S. 8. FOR THE BLOOD
?is superior to other blood remedies beoouse it cures diseases which they oen
not reach. It goes to the bottom?to the cause of the disease?ond will cure
the worst ease of Eczema, no matUr what other treatment has failed It is
the only blood remedy guaranteed to be free from potash, mercury or any
other mineral, and Defer fails to cure Eczema, ?-Wofulo, Contagious Blood
Ul I IT.? lit* l.a?i.i, *?".? ?.\..v? ....... ?~ v..-v .. ? ?.-? -.-. - -fa
Poison, fencer, Tetter, Rheumatism, Open Sores, Ulcers, Boil?, ets.
opon S S. S ; nothing Can take its place.
Insist
tifOIl O. O. O. , IK.IIll.'K ???.' tun.- .a? ,..a>va..
books on the?e diseases will be moiled free to ony address by Seift Spe?
cific Company, Atlanta, Georgia. O-aatto-r.' m
JEWELRY, Ac.
(attest Wyles I'.-tce!?'!?. Wedding Rings, Watches, 811 ve and ltold 1.*>iik N?*rk
Cha it LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
Wat he. i'!..cka. etc., repai'e.1. The Itsel B|*a**tacle? in town, i re? exam
i lie. I 1 re(
A. LOEWENSON, Jeweler & Optician,
909 MAIN STREET, FREDE RlCKSBU KG, VA
MRS. D. E. SMITH ?c CO.,
?
ECKENRODE, PERRY & CO
THE BIG STORE!
Ws e;tn tell yon anything you want. CLOTHING, BHOB8, HATS, GENTS'
FURNISHINGS Cell and see us before you buy.
THERE ARE SHOES AND SHOES
From the way oar business has stesdiiy iucreoM'.l it proves that we are. ?mm1''
raines in footwear. It has alwoys been our aim to SOU Shoes that wear. Our
SHOES. SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS
wen never better than they are this season. Try o pair.
>?_^_*_*_J. F. BROWN.
SHOES AND HATS !
? now complete, a tryer ond better assortment than ever bef?te. Oui
idetottt s j yi ??-*. s***? -i*?? mm ????? ??***. We Iimm' ?HI the up to
h Men'? Bliutt ?TT ***. r\ LJ I r/r/C?Or acl Tan SI Oeovj
??ur Ladles ami i inMn'ii'i >hn|.? ami Oxford? are the prettleat and oeM Bttlna; a'joe?
city. We call your attention to our llneol Men'? an?i B? >>? Cmok :?u.i m raw Hats. All
Wallace & Company,
FRKDERICK8BUR?, VA.
The Excelsior Roller Mills
i(?T*n;FAGa.inatES
GILT EDGE FAMILY. HIGH GRADE FAMILY
HIGH GRADE EXTRA. CHOICE FAMILY
? AND ?
FREDERICKSBURG EXTRA FLOURS
oil of which will be offer**. \o the trade 1-ow for llaah. (loll ami -?ramme flour o? d f*e
I'nr.fi?.
Hchednle of Klonr ? ma. follow? : U. K. Kamlly, 50 oanU per t-orrsl shore U. ?. Mx.ro
and Kredeilokabnrt ttxtrano oenla below II. U. ICitr?.
C. H. PETTIT. Proprietor.
ESTABLISHED 1867.
GERMANIA ROLLER MILLS.
MYER& hRULJ.E, Proprletort, Fredorlckiburg, Va.
We have the latest ami moot complete l'aient Koller Syiwmln our Mills, use non?
bntthe very chotoeat Virginia Wl eat and our Klonr? are the finest that oan be ?ad*
oxoeptini* nnr.e. We make th* foliowim* brands :
MYKlaA HBIII.i.K'BHKHT I'ATKNT MlirKKLATI VK.
?.IKI.MAMA XXXXX KXTUA, tiRl.M.ANI A XX KXTKA.
WI1ITK ri.AIN ex't&A.
We inste Uhoioe Family M?al. Mill Koedsof all kind?. We pay the lllfdMOt ?*??*'
ITIres for Wt.sst ond (.em at Mill or Htoro. Utv? o? a noil before you buy or tell.
MYER & BRUI..LE
BUY THE BEST.
For_?c.nomy THE WONDERFUL WILSON HEATERS
Utility, Comfort ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Im. 'jiaki.iK them more dtl
Important. _
W. H. RUSSELL & SON.
?re lined with SU?, aiaklni* thum more durable than other?. The only hoater bavlnr the
OUTSIDE " DOWN UKAr'T," wblch is moit I
BOLE AGENT KOK
KUKIIRKICKBRUK
Je. T. Lowery & Co.
Dry Goods, Notions, &c.
Wholesale and Retail.
Largest Stock ever shown in Fredericksburgj
All Prices Guaranteed,
WOODS
$TURNIPSEl;l)S
?F Dot only groa-i the I I tut ni| i, I at
(' tin |
s) . is to groa? .?i 'I
?.upply ci-iK that are adapte?! m kind,
\.uh <\ and groa??h lo the oil and
? |im He .'i ihe So n h, ami thai a-e aie
Mu. ir.hu/. i evidenced by the large
?..il, and pi? nil id t? putalion \alu. It
Wood's St-cds .
It you i mi tchant i
WsO-'l Seeds, end loi nut
'I'm nip Seed l"ri i >m.ill pat V.
a(;i-s i.m be ill, and laige
1 \ freight.
T. VV. Wood & Sons.
Sacdstncii. Richmond, \;i.
? I M ! ? \ I \ I o. I I
a i laaao- _li>\ ,-r.
llana i SaniUtli.li, ka|?r. \\ mt, i
I url ; Qrailnf Oata, St i
\\ lirais tinter?. -lovera,Tul
?la Veg>artabl( Seed? n>?
?intli I l.? ? i i i ii .?
Hull>v
-
Railroads.
LJ?toi-__._i bYedreicksburg
ANDPIEDMONr HAILfiKA'
S? bedule lot IMSt
No. I. I v
.a i;k ??
8.?ill a h r ailerii -??'
M.lti a at va i
_;_U a m Kuaal
n 28 a m Kobe- a
, m :?? ?
h .. ! a in Mm It
h ."..'? Nr Kllr?
H ait a m Mu? I
I 11 a ni Htophi i.?
U UU a ni Im I
il O? ta III NrW l|i!|i?
4 1M a i.. ? SB
H '..?? a ru i ?
it M a u, VsrdM rst t n
h e ti m la Kayi ii? >> a
Vu 1X1 a m II nion rills l-.Oti p m
H) la a m Nasot
lu M a ml ray loi
lu tu a m' (?ram-?- I. H
l'-iitiea-lious nt h o-'l? ickaburs mnl! "T.
t Y. K l?., ami \\r??ii?a BtMmboal l'o \<
Uratif-e avitli Soathern and l'han
Ohio H. K.
The only line t?> the ? ham t
Wildern?*? Haltlel ?
Bastasrn Standar?! i
.lu? A . f. Kl? H \ I
?Train Nu leavt - ? '? . Un '?
In -ach month al 3 p m
e. _ o
lo Hot _pi
? IMINN.MI ; ni IB\ ll.l K ' ?t
8T. i?m . AND I i' I ? ?
l ?? _iio_ti?t s*
ma \V -H.
The nia '
Old l'Oilll ..: .1 N'
TKAINt? I.KiV'K IM.HWK1.1 VA.
June l* ?hi?'' No. .. No i. No. 1
Bx-Kun Daily. Uoiiy.
l.v. I)...?*eli. -i I . li ? I'
Ar. Islauiiti.i.. ' .!.?-!
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? ' Va HotB).rin *
"Whit i
'" Ko..?.-?. . te .. I
" Cincinnati ....
" Lexington
" Uiulavllle.
" . hl'-aK"
" St. Loul?.
- '.. I
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II II A ? I
: I'iA
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Time market! t daily except Sun.lay.
I'ullman Bit*?*'.in?- Con
for Cincinnati ami Loui?rllie
rt..
TKAINH KOK OLD ?OIS 1 a '
NORFOLK.
Lv. Dut??..:.
Ar. Rlchnion.l. -a. A M
Lv. Blchtaond '?"?* A M
Ar. Newport New? Ill" A M
- Old Point. 11:40 A M
" Norfolk.
Additional ?, ?
ii\i . tcepl Mundo j ? for Kl< bra
Kor oluer Information, address
JNO. D. POTTS,
A. <?. P, A KichniO' .1 Vo.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Schedule in KfTect Hoy 7, 1- ?
Train? leave Washington, D.O.
8.ill A. M.?Doily?for Danville. ( htr'.ilu
and way ?lotion?, connecting ?t V -
for HU?a#bur|*, aiel Uorrioonbur** daily and
at l.ynclibiirg with the Norfolk ami
Western ?lailv lor Roauoke ami
faonthwetit ami with < A U.K. U lor .S a?
uial Bridge .laily, and Lexington ? I *-? ? i y. ex
cei.i ?.un.i?, oli.nn? '? in/* si ? ?
tor Wnrreuion ami Kompiier v. bite
:7|irn.
ll:l? A M Dolly IHK UNITRl
BTATIti I AHI MAIL Carrie? Pullman.
tjleeper? New Yort ?ml rVoohinrton i.
Jacksonville nnitil t :.t .Srtli-lniry ?a il h r ill
man Blee?,?er for AoBoTille end Mot 8?,
N. C knotville.Chottohoogaanil Mnuiiln?,
l'eiin., ami at Charlotte with I'ul,
man Hlee|?er for Augusta; Pullman
Sleeper New York to New Orlean?. coiuieri
tng at Charlotte with sleeper foi Birmingham
Htilnl train Washington to New Orlean?
withonl chaiige. Houtborn Railway Dining
car? between Washington hii.I I ;
H. ('.
Sunset Personally ('oiulnclrtl Tourist Kx
onraion. '''hrouglt Ble*c>.>er on tin? Iran,
every '1 uenilay ?ml Kridoy to Han
Francisco without change, l^-ave Kirl,
i.ioii.I at 12 m i*. M.
401 I'. M.- --l.oc.al ?or Strasburg ami Ha
rlsonbiirg daily exr^nt Sunday.
4.:ju p. M.laily, local for (.barloiterrv.il.
ooonreting st t'olrerton for Warreklon ?mi
Kainjiiier White .Sul|ili?ir Spring*
11 Jj I*. M. daily, New York and Florida
Expr??? Pullman B?ffel Blming l'a?
New York an.I Washington to Tampa, ris
.Savannah ami Ja<'k?onv.l..'.aml to .\u?;iisia
vio Columbio witb connection foi
Alken. Tbronah tonel? to lu. ??onville
?MO F. M ?tally. Washington and
Cbsttonooia Limited, via Lyncbburj- with
sleeper?.. New York ami Washington to
Memphis ami New Orlaren? through ttristol
TblOUffa com h to Mem lit? is. .'ale. l'a r ?or
au.l OoserrotiOfl Car bttWOBfl R dforj, Y a .
?.nd Attalla, Ale., ours n< oil mea s
10:4!? P.M. ?ally, " WABH1NOTON ab.
80UTH-WK8TKP.N, VKBTIbULKD
LIM1TF.D.
oompotw.) of Fuilman Vest ihn led Sleep?
ers, Dining Car? and Day Coaches lui
man Bltepers, New Yo k to Nashville,
Tenu., via Asheviile, Knoxville and ('hat
tanooga; New Y'ork to Memphis, via Birm?
ingham. New York to New Orisons, via At?
lanta and Montgomery. I'ullman. Library
and Observation car between New York and
Washington ami Atlanta. Vootibaled Day
Coach, Washington to Atlanta. Southern
Railway Dining Car, .ireensboro to Mont?
gomery.
Leaves Richmond 11 P. M.
Trains on the Narrow (Jauge reach Oran, s
daily at 10:40 A. M
Train? on the Southern Rallw.?v par?
Orange Dailvo? follow?:
SOUTH BOUND?
11:20 A. M. 133 P. M. 7 ?IS i . . .
NORTH BOUND
11:10 A. M. 6 22 F. M. 6 10 A. M.
Por rote?, map folder? and Bleeping Cat
Space apply to L. 8. BROWN,
(ieneral Age it
706 15th 8t. N. W.
WASHINGTON, 0. ?.
KRANK 8. OANNON, 3rd Vice Fre? and
(ier?eral Manager.
J. M. CDLP, W. A. TURK,
Traffic Manager. Oen'IFaaoenger Agent.
DON'T FORGET THAT
When you want an eatr Shave,
A? food a? a Uarlier ever rave,
Ju?t call on me at ray Saloon.
At morn and eve or bu?y noon,
I oonib and drei? the hair w I tt? trace
To ?alt the oounu-nance cf your face
Mr room la neat, my towel? clean,
Oetaoor? ?harp and raaor? keen ;
Ani oil that art and ?kill can do
If you will call I'll do tor you.
aVaoors eat la order at ?i?ort notiee.
W. H. BAYLOR
-:;_-' if Kentucky
v\ II i ata Go.., I, the Demoorati
n nioee fot ( ? ivernor of Kontnckj
? dispatch to the ?Si
hepnblie, ?i the most retniarl
aille p. I tieian Kentucky has hta
since ttn? daj Henry < lay an
? I.um i' Hi eckini idge. He t mue-j t
no prond familj, l?>as do coll?gial
lion, Hint bas no close personi
: A ? ?oie ??t Ins :? luiiret ? Hti
wui ken said ol bim today " He i
in u rlsi bj h i m sel I II" is totall
unlike any nt tin? a-real p ?liti?*i_n
K ?utu? ky bas prodaeed m ail rs
are mit be ln?s brain ?
M i i loabt 1 e*s boi d m HulliTai
coutity, P.nns* Irania, 3_ years ago
anil removed when h child i?i l yen
with bis pa Co* ugton, K y.
where in? bai l red ei er sinee. H?
rriiiv? d his schooling la the pobli
?cbooli ??I Coringtoo, end then ri ai
..a* wi h ei (Joy. John VV. S ev? i on
I I bu aii! ?ch m at k??! ubi I t v i In?
m .!'? bim lu
i.w partner, and this pa luurabip ?a
?? tntinued until the deatb ol the (Jot
< i nor, >?? bo ni'.d?? Mr. tl ub? 1 his ei
.. him wilbout hood, 'I he 'lorerno
I ?ft a . i te, s n?l the young nt
im ?u?, adminn i? roil i m the nioi
aatiatactory mam ei
\.\ S?cr?tai v <?i the t ea qi v Johi
? i Carlisle ?vas io ?inpri.I ?with Un
I y ni Mr. ii ???in 1 'hit be forme?
a partnership with bim aftei tin
i ut 11 tvernor St?? \ em on, wind
latated a number ??? years, htnl srai
only terminated ?alun the ?/ fted Ken
lucki in ?ah ; made. Beci ?tary ol I hi
T ? a m ? ?ii the i ni teil Ktati i. V\ 11 i
1 WO ' lldl I I . !?!, nil Hill!
' ?atli.-l?? it at aa no wonder t h? young
attorney ro ? rapidly in tli?' la?. and
it a??.. nut long m t l In? command?*?!
?a pracl u ?? "I I ' ? IMHJ ;t \. ?u He
. ? un d tu make ?a pedaltj ol
H?'?aiii-1 ??o por at ion i, including rail
? id
A n lawyi i Mi li 'i-i" lhas th< rcpn
tation >l being eminently fair,and m
?i 11 the per ? 11 -?. i relal iom of life his
reputation i ??i the rery highest. II?
: a ft U'tnl nl lb. 1"'
pie, and tins ch iractoi lit
Ii i m tn li" i-i gaged ?u h control ei - \
m li ' li 'I lilil? tu t.lko H Imiii?-I1 life.
Ile thooghl tin' bridge t
the * *lat<? iivi't were loo bigh, tatnl lo'
introduced hihI Iih?I paust il a lull
through tin- Kaotncky I.??gi I ?ture
? ? dneing the tolls to 1 <ait foi a l toi
l'i I John 8a o ford, Ht
-i 1 lier was a large
tockln Idei m one "t t be briilgt ?? un
, : : '
fathering the bill, and a rute h
i ibl bed in a
paper, ahuaing ' ? >ebi I for
irt be took in redueiDg thi
lloebel replied in an aiti? !?? tbal
fairly took I ? fl iheCol ?nel,
and those who knew the i 1 I soldit r
-aitl he would demand satii faction ol
i be wi
i loebt I ti '. the > 'iitur ? !" the i
lo tell h : m be wroti it, if the t
uiHili? it ?i'iiry, and h.- the Colonel
asked tor I before the ink
: npert? from the
? , ?li. I a*l * ? '"Hi Itif Tilled tllHt
Colon. 1 San ford hid threatened to
kul bim on -??".'lit. He procured a pit
tol tand lie ami the Colonel met a
?borl time afterward on tin? itepi ol
'In- I aok in wlin'h the ('?>: tnel was
oasbier. The Colonel asked Mt Qoe
In I if he whs the author < r the article
m wbieh in? whs so unmercifully at
tacked. Qoebel, without the least
show of emotion, and wnh a calm
. replied, " Ves " 'I'..
made a motion as if to draw a weap
it before be could get bit hand
on bis pistoi Qoebel had shot him
dead,
The youn?- lawyer whs acquitted
?m the examining trial, a.- there was
abnnd that be acted purely
in selfd? fense But many ?>f the old
Confederates bave never forgiven
Qoebi . for d lying the man who whs
about to take bil lite, and they ?le
dare that they will not support him
Ht the regular election this fall. Their
anger baa been renewed by the un
bappy eireunntenee of Col m? 1 San?
ford's wid"W r-dinii erizy ami being
ireerated in a private asylum.
Our baby bes been continually
tn ubled with colic and cholera lofan?
turn since his birth, and all th.it we
OOUld d?? fur ti a m did not si t-in t?i give
mire than temporary relief, until vac
tried Chamberlain's 0 illo, Oh Jera and
Diarrhoea Remedy Since giving that
remedy he bas not been troubled w*e
want to gire yon this testimonial is an
Sfidenne ??f our gratitude, not that you
need it tu advert?as yonr mi rltorloos
remedy ? M I*aw, Keokok, tnwa
de by M M Lewis, Drnggist
NEW SPRING OLOTHINQ
f -V'V:f,
Men and Itor' Mi?ta.n?i itrleaand prices
? bil u i u - -i nooi Multa ami extra Knee Pants
Hats, siintH. Uveralli nini Trunkaal Ixaweal
afcnl for Sweet- tirr _ Co _
Wor-lna I'anta, a-an-attt~- not tn rip, fmm
one ilnllar up, at
JAS. T. I.AVTON'.S.
TRY OUR
Tonic Hppnospfiiies
A toole that contains a sc re of
the best
TONICS
In full Pint Bottles (118 doses)
75 CENTS.
Sniiill ?*__ bottle? (fit iloaegj
40 CENTS.
(?et the Genuine at
QOOLRICK'S
DRUG STORE.
901 Main St.
Uli lOkLtt IO l'OWDI ?V
T< ncl . I torcb to tbo
;it. nt? -i .1 |i .'? .hu m
il]. Il f09* '? Bul
h t? h ? Ib?
thai t.low. up th.
?ino'. il in- i.u"
.1.? .
a : rc?
plod? Il
ri- ?dr one t. le h
ol b
W h ?? n a man s
blood i? ..Il une
and r? idy foi dis
? a-' " . n? t-d?
a Util, lui
?t. n hini s? 'ni
Maybe b. w' i
- a ' COM, g'ts
rT lu- ?? ?
? '
BUl I! I 11 I 'i.
that unli -Uit? ?? i ?n l!i
t is all r. *dy foi it In th? Si i ;
i ?lit 1 '? Il li biliou? poison ? ,
g? rtn - ... ?? ?"!. i ' ?
.'. itv at lin- lea-l tOUCh.
\l\ ? .?? - . ici
? . *. ? i ... .
tri.? >''., i il m ? thai -
i r > i ,. i ?? of Buffalo \ s
' ? she cotam.. -
II Me.lhal In
I in pro?.- from Hi? tu ?i doa? Hi ?
I il en ' .?lu '?i t." t?'ii , .
. .
ei -
. . ?t mcdl? In? m ih? ?
S'ol . ?. f : ii lung ? ? moat
t underfill m? 'li? m. in ill ' ?A
. iktll aK .tllll ?'
III. very i our. e? "f lit*- it- m
.nou? taints v? bit h la) ';.
t, m ..i., e i" dang? ion? di -? i-.- !'
hi In? lb. l.
? mi. Ih-h the blood. build? up
Whi n ?. n titi.l v'.ii.m li toeing rt? ?ih and
api., tite ? arrowing listle?? by da)
-^. h\ n.glit ih? .<- i?
lurking read) to appl) the tor. h Write
I i n Pi. :. ?? '.
. un fid. nil..
.
It, The Pi
m.in Si n-- Mi-.li' ?1 A'L. i?ri
jirt bound I"' lb?
? I lit at llll|i? "I . lotli
? in *..'. lira. |>r K V I
N Y
JOHN F. SCOTT
? ns.iss I?
Hardware and Hardware Specialties
MAIN MTKKK-f.
ionr mu? Chai W?ll?r? A
n m i.rnt o? -
tiro.
General Hardware
?ism wire, On no, Pistol. Kesors, KiiItJ
%?? v. ill tie sol.l at reilm-e.! |.r
tbstimes. Money ? an l>e ?ave.l ... p ?
, . a. .
ley COn Ih- ?ave.! n
l,.?l?..r . ?.. ?.a
a*?-. -s
LUMBER.
Jult received a lam ai
Doors, Sash,
Blinds, Cypress Shinglf-p
N. C. Flooring and
Ceiling,
which I ssll cheaper than an? BBS . ?
in lb?.- city.
tail and ?et my prleee before huylnif
O.D.FOSTER
i* Commerce Street and National Boaisvaf
Goodrkk, Bernard & Davis,
PREDIR-Oa-HBl T. VA
?s fall Uns of?
LATROBE STOVES,
HKATINt. HIOVK8, WOOD,, (DAI
'lay Klne Pipe for Chimne?s. I'm
Koonti?-. Hteei Kootln?-. Hae-Kittm?/ at
Lowest Prices Iron Korea Pnnin? at
bottom Ki?r_ree*
- Axants for the?
Otl.lHRATID IKON KINO, KITZ 1.8h
ANII KAHMRK UIR1
Hook i no $tom
HKHTONTHK MAKKKT.
'AI I. ON UH HKKOUK VOU B?1
Your. Retpa-otfnllT
(icodrlck, l.ernard & Davis
FLOWERS ??*&
reduced
?Ice Ko*e
??. $1 Chrys?
anthemums. Carnal Ion?, Pucbslaa, Ao.4e.nta
?????li. Kam Vaaf-table Planta cheap tut
Klowersaud Kloral 1i?nI_iih
Calla? K. C. Nlli'l?'"? .Store and pet a rat ?
Incur anil leave four order?.
J. I'Al.MRKtiUUIi >\
Klorlat. AUIiInihI. Va
Has Moved His Tonsorial Parlor
Mr. Charlea l.awson ha? moved hliTonaonai
I'arior from upper Comm??rc><> street to the
office, lately oceuplod by the Free l_U-0e,
where lie I? prepared todo all work aueh at
-havl-S, Hair Cuttliiar.SliaraiHiolni/ami llyii
I ?ra.Htal nar In the moat artist to manner. H
iliop la lartre and commodious, always e??o
even In t h l? mont oppreaatve weather. Neat
no?? and the latest style of work will l?e i.n?
nt tbechlel feature? of thla establishment
a-1ve me a call.
PH* HI Rl* I A W'HIOai
New Spring Millinery.
Kvery few days we are adding to our new
and lieautiful atock ol Millinery. The latest
styles In I.?'lie?'straw sailors, white. Balse?
an- black, rnimh and plain, from 81 renta to
IMA Olrls and Hoys' SaaJlora, ?lute and
ni i x ?-?i. 11 "in rito ti mi Beautiful Urs ol
Mu-un Honaeta und Huts tin I'lilhlr? ti, In
??lute and colors, just received, and I can
offer ape. tai Ii?ikm?i.h la the__
MRS. H. E. TOHPKINS
816 B Street.
HOTEL DANNEHL,
(HENRY DANNEHL. P*or
European and American plan, -team, lias
tlectrlolty. Comfortable Rooms. Rountlful
Tabl yood Restaurant. Reasonable rat. ?
A well supplied UAK and RRTAII, l.iUt'nK
RSTAIHISHMBNT in connection. "Cos?*
a i ?? that a?? ??Mr_?t_?rv. W.ivt, <ar (??a. "
M. O. WILLIS. President; A.F. HOWR.Jh
vice-President; H. P. CRI-MOND. Beo
retary; ?. D. COLR. Treasurer.
The Cheapest Telephone Service In Vlralnla
Prompt and efflolent service U DARANTR8D
?a?**- Subscriben wanted.
a p. orismonu,
QEO. J. FLETCHER,
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
KRKDERICKBBUK'?, VA
Plans, Specifications, Elevations. Details.
Work of all kinds in the building lins.
Thorough personal sopsrvision ot al
work, town or ooaotry,
BEST
in the World.
You have a chance to buy the boat
! REFRIGERATOR
known. Puro Oold Dry Air,
! The Leonard (?table.
We have beenappointed directagents
bj the factory andyouget them at fac
: tory |nil fi
i
; The best Bystetn ol Refrigeration known.
I E. C. NINDE,
Fredericksburg, Va.
ill?
AT S C. WALLACE'S.
n. the great i vit ofToretl in
DRY GOODS & NOTIONS
S'ortb,South, Bist and West have vied with each
?to tbi mow ? .as ii i l?.y i ! beantifal goods, compris
?n?** the ond Silks an.I everything in White
v??ti .-.??.n a it G} cents. Hate lots of Cali
r*o. , Ging Lawns, and ?? else you want in VVaab
?ent Brown Cotton. Ladies', Men's and Cbil
idea. Trunks. Umbrellas, Corset.?, Shirt?, Shirt
and Ladies' Skirts deserve yonr attention. Ererytbiog y.?u want
?n lbs Notion Lin. WALLACE bis it.
Country Merchants ..n ?ret jast what they want, and bow they want it, at
\ horn
5. Q. Wallace,
Frederickaburg, Va.
OXFORD TIES.
r
Efe have jiiat opened the lar???-st ai,.l
finest line of OXFORD TIES we have
shown. They were made to order for
us by the best factory and we can rec
commend them highly for fit and wear.
They are made on "Bull Dog," and in
Opera" and 'Common Sense" toe D
and E. lasts.
SMITH & COGHILL,
WH K Street Fre-ierickuburg. Vo.
ft?
n
O
Ci
3
F
r
SMITH & COGHILL.
70 nillions in the Clothing Trust.
I for the purpoM nf forclos* tbe | 1.11? uper-d .??b
il,.? |. ..p;. . md II tbe pocketa of th. rai.itaiut. .??. bave.1.-? .avi-.-.i waratrolnst suvO?*e?*l.s
.'. .ii ii ..a. ol the common people.who La?-?' little money.hul mu*t haw ? luth 1
aii.l -1
M. h'- -nil H..m ?I "'. t ?
11 ? - ?...t. from01 ?-enl? t 1 *?'.?!.
M. n'a -II". - ir.'t
Une ?amp ?a ?li.., -a ?o mi io*fc' -.. worth doubl, tl;. mom-y
I.:?.!!?-. ?ample ?bue?. Une, Sucerai ."il '.,
11.il.? -ii... - 1 .
Il??) s iuIIn i rom H t.-. ut* ... I '
L-..ii. - -1?. 11 -. Une, >i <ai ta 11 , ,
? . "H .'1
Silk i.. ?..ni ?birla .1 cunt?, iti.-i out.
i'ii i? Ine or suits, worth fron lito M dollars w?? mu ci??e mit
?u We had i\i,..t?..i to ?tort a clothing manufacturing' buslpoos. botos tks
t'xpiUlisU bave 1. ? ?..-. 1 th. pri?e of clotb? up, we will continue to buy from t.r<??**n mor
m?!. '.m 1 n m- ui ?eil m.i? m ...i. ball wimi n ?rulai m. n bonu . ?n ??'il ?t.
M\I**?I*?IS & ?.O *" (X,M*mKRl-It 8T? Mextle K. W. Mill?, Pitman'? Old
NEW YORK BARGAIN HOUSE.
P VI) Va**** ClIABlIB 1JB??'?.*??, A KA1TD9I.I?B UOWASB
Con way, Gordon & Garnett
BANKERS
UOMMKIU'K 8TKBKT, KI.KDKlilCKBBURO, VA.
Man ?i|?.m ? i? A M lfUekelorttaa.ltP.il Colleetionr? nia-le on oll point
S
We Have Got Them at Last.
Berta?** boajrht ?it my trip North lost week ?aTooil? way helow manufacturer'?
pries Men's Oolf Hoot-., bond sewed, worth *? 50, at f.i B0? Men's Oalf Pegged
Moot? at #'.' 00; Ladles' Oxf.nl Ties, worth ?fl.SO, at $1 isi ; worth |l '?i>, at t>6o.
Misses' (ivf.mla fr.mi $1.00 t.? 10 I'.'iif.-; Child's '-'J. My stock must be soU. No
roasonsbls offer refused for any good? <*..ni<? and examine my ?took aud bo
oonrlnoed
Henry Wissner, *.? m?i? street.
AN IMMENSE STOCK.
The great advance in all eotton goods has caused us to buy early
the largest :-'< <k ol ??oods we have ever had. This was necessary
to enable as to s? 11 them to you at old prices. This has been the
sharpest advance I have seen in 'JO years, except in two instances.
How much higher, or how loup the advance will hold, no one can
hi! So to h? ?a the s .lo side I would advise you to buy early what
yon Deed.
W.- can still sell you s very pood Brown Cotton at 3o., a better one
at 4c. hiid the best at fa My stock has been well bought, and
(rood? well bought are half sold,was will said. We honestly believe
we own today one of the 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
?he other fellow sell you cheap.
E. T. BAKER
MAKKKT COKNER. FREDEKICKSBUKO, VA.
.w ? JOHN M. GRIFFIN.
-DEALEK IN
Staple and Fancy Qroceries,
Fine Liquors. Tobacco and Citara.
Agency robot Milwaukee Urgsr Bear ond best tonic. Ws also hays in steak Ales
Porter, Btoot, stc tiWU?ttttt,

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