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?0l. laS.-No 79
Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and Hanufacturifi^ Interests of Fredericksburg and dewater and Piedmont Country.
FREDERICKSBURr- Va. Tt.'ESDAY lULY Id. ii
Price 3 cents
Ejverij Woman Should llave It
uu pa^e.a 68 and i "f the July Desii ? tiubl
Patterns ' that ???..:? woman ? iv
? ,-......... i !' ?int? -'ii Dr. in ik < ?? ind PI icing <i
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^t^^^^^^t^t^^?.-. -- n i- illuHtr.t? .1 mi.I in ui? pi ? i.'i h . th:il with .? lit'l. ? pi ?<??
tibe y?..u beoonse an aooompliol me? at an importo nt lime, jnat w h ? thinking l
buying o N i Dress you bove th?
pattern oud can andero! i ?' - " ?*?'. snd we cot
?iiolly in\itr j e t SOS th??m.
tun forgot ; ? o tt. tt i! ' ? h lime, laboi and
. ? mob up i poor st i rieb, hands im.
the toi ???ot? o. ire
than the t' rmer >* hen v >u ?ele I t? m the Beautiful Styles
i Wosb Silk? ? got :? 811k tn ?.
like Silk nt ? ? N mparison necessary between
n in i. grades ? Id as >ilk
We cut the price on Ih. se fin. ?
olose them out When .?.?? My
UWU6 its the tiiuh.it class 01 ti? i- ? un we
speak of. those .1. **
goods redur-ed no? :
iNolady feelr> that h.r summei
out a Parasol, and If yon li only I
pretty ones here and learn
not t*e longr without tl j
Prices W ?\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\%>t
? here ha- ? Ity assortment t
\ v Fans l i Iron's Pans al ind ? i roly
Rii hlj ? m m - nted ? ??? ?t ' ? and
Palm ?Leal oneo ol IOj par dozAn ; Satin Polin Fans In
?qnare ot r -uini sh ipe .it !.. ? su d. i ?n
Its well to ank jt ibis ?t 'i- f r on- ' ' "' m?-?.
price, ula.i alw ?
?t a ||||.
E. W. STEARNS,
DRY GOODS STORE.
P. McCracken, Bro. & Co.,
VS ?. ?; ira. ? -.-id Ks.
UttOtKKWAM) LIQUOR DKALKUt?.
Offer l'eu Thousand UaUuns II KK KVK
and HOFKBON WH18K.IRB from the fol?
lowing wen known iiit-t. ? ? litdtOo,
ol Ohio Boone County DiaulUng Co., ..f
Eeutncky Monticeiio Distillery, of Mary
land and w i- Graj ol PannsjlTania.
Aaifi.latci' I'?- i:.r V , . - Layer lit*r?
iney also offer Staple ami Fancy 0-oc?-?-iei
Aa:.'icultural Imi'la-uieitt? Baj?ala (iuauo.ainl
MRS JENCIE MONROE.
liquors and (?roceros.
CouHDercea., FIKDKRIC?SBURG, V?
1 am I! ? - l< I
?fi'l.Krt'MiD \? hi.-k l.i Is?
r/railra ot Wbiakey, 'r m ? ? I
rallo ? K .??? Lear W ikej - ?
th?- w?,rl?l. APPLB lili *.Nl''ll - - ?
Consult ymir inter,-t by i?a lusr 01
t.ia bujin?/ ni ma? mi/ y< t.i i
MUS. .IKS' IK M"M'"I.
QROC E RIES.
**AM1L?' ?PalX'EK?ES Of Al.l. KINDS.
My stock of Liquors Is tarare consiatln? of
aToretjrn and Uomeartic BKANi'lKt?.
Fnrs Applewood and Farmers Fneud Pure
Eye Whiskey. 12 a rallou.
MAGNIFICENT APPLE B?ANDY. WAK
Oor. COMMERCE AND LIBEK?V H lb.
That Honot Dealings,
Full Measure and
have built us the largn-t Inda
in this city.
Inspect our stock before jron mak?*
your purchases for the h?hd
We gnarante satirtfuction
Whiskey from $1.20 per gal. op.
Six Brands Ryes at $2 per gal.
Also higher grades
Whiskies, Brandies, Gins,
and in fact everything found in a
nrst-claaa Liquor and Tobacco ti
Strasburger & Son,
til and 111-? <'nmme-c?- Ht.
ELK RUN WHISKEY.
fnis celebrated brand cf KINTUCKl
PURE RYE WillMKKi. a-uarantee?i 1(?
proof and 2 yea-s old at t~ per pl'on ia f?
sale by Mrs J F Monroe Comme re
Street, ??'redencksburg, Va For IU or u
?tas no superior at the price. ItaSSt-ooth
..leasant to ?Link ?n?1 there la not h besad
irte in a gallon Cou.e ami trv It, and ron
will buy no other.
V/iNEaS AND LIQUORS.
Pure Rye Whiskey, Pure, Old Kinn, Pur?
Mollaud (Jin, Pure Sherry Wine, l*iire
Kreuch Brandy, Pure Apple Braiuly,
Pure Peach Brandy Pure Blackberry
Brandy. A complete stock of Liquors
for medical use at the old Meltable
Urooery Store of
CHAS. WALLACE* BRO.
Oor. Main Oon. meros BU.
FKEDKUICKSMUB? . ? VA.
Manufacturar and Dcalar In
OABBlAORS, SURREYS, 1U"'UIKB
CttNtOID AND SPINDf t WAUUM,
Platform Spring Wagons.
Business and Plaauure Wajron? of aver;
description. Special attention |ivsn to r.
palrlne and renaalnUnt
Confectioner and Baker,
Ho. VI? B Street, Krederlcksburg, Va.
?Jive me a call when you want
OONFECTlONS.ICHCBKAM AND PASTE?
Orders siway tMaaaaive prompt attention.
?P. BI-iTTT .T iT!,
Money 5aver.s, Here They Are.
m (i i'ti .',?'?
? i Powder?,
OUK CLOTHING LINE
BOSTON VARIETY STORE.
With Pleasure I Tender My Thanks
.. . i -ni" n,j friends, patrons ind ft..' buying public of my high
i Hol support they bave given m I ha the larg t ond
ine of (GROCERIES carried by any h inso in Fredericksburg,
- ?' ?; 'k H itt. m Prices and will ! ? ry sm ill pi flt?
best brands ol Lime, Cement, Cal Ined Plaster, Hasard .*?
Dup.iiit ire. Nails, Hay, J
bra Krand Mixed Paint It i? a inglcr grade and bet?
than bos ei it on thi market of ill mow ECONOMICAL TO
B J. MARSHALL.
HUNDREDS OF STOVES
To select from.
.' me ? all to the Mammoth St its II ?use ond 1 "k an 1 gel
Io.-. STOVES of all kinds, at prices ft k of stoves
f the be?l with floe reputation and are lower thao ever. Hy calling at
mv place v a will save many a dollar. Plumbing a specialty
R. L. STONE. 203 Commerce St.
A Midsummer Night's Dream
of exquisite music you
will think it is when you
hear the sympathetic
tones and melodious ca?
dences of the new
we have just received.
Particularly soothing and enchanting would its
harmonies be as they floated through your rooms
or mixed in harmony with the breath of fragrant
blossoms on your piazza or lawn. Call and see the
sample we have, and let us quote you prices.
Adam?*' Book Store.
Shoes For Warm Waethcr
Ladies Dongola Strap Sandals, 2i to S, 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 Stroet, Opp. Market Kutranco
AND DEALER IN
(lent?' Furnishing Good?
My Stock ia now complete In every depart?
ment, rouHiHtin?' of tbe latest style? and beet
fabrics from French, English, Scotch and
American manufactures, selected with tbo
t-reata-at care with the view to supply tie
wants and taste of every oustomer. Kvery
Bottom Prices and Satisfaction
Also full im? of (?enta Furnishing Ctoodr?
such as Dress BhirU, Night Shirts, Drawers,
Oollars, Cuffs, ?loves, Suspenders, Scarfs.
Ties, Bilk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Half
Hose, Scarf Pins, Cuff and Collar Buttous.
Watch Chains and Charms, Bilk, Alpooo oca
t?isxham Umbrellas, etc.
let" Ceil and sxamlns ear ttoef
S, H. BEALE.
baa Inr bouifbt out tbe entire Hardware
Stock of John A. atone, will continue tri??
at tbe OLD STAND, on COMMRRCR ST..and
Is now laying- In a full NKW STOCK OF
GOODS in tbe Hardware Line which be will
?oil at the
Lowest Cash Prices,
t*a**" (Jo and see bin before rou bur.
GEORGE FREEMAN. JR
600 bushels of oorn wanted. Hlf-hest
oaab prioe paid.
Montr h, Inly -ii b, ? ?
Wheel threshing bas be. n t r. ? - t irm
ik f'.r tir? tsr>e1 t. u ?1 ?v?. and the
weather bas been fayurable t n it it
i? now ?li'.ut ..vit . i ?? ;? I I m,t .i
i .t".i -ores in mini
?.11? ?S Hi" irr ?in Is Infl 11 t
Hi i Oo. dridgt . rous
f.?rm?'t residing il M in tro-?? mode forty
bushels -f winter oats I the ;
The corn urop \t n nil tdve
Is well worked and Ih. pi ;? - t in
l'h." ober? *i pe ; i this section
'ire preparing and ? iking t irward
with pleasant anticip?t! >n t?> the
.-"th, ??Ist, when lbs B iptisl Ai
tion Will ? nv.'ti" at K ipp >!i ?mi ? k
Bsptlsl ' horch, nsai M mti m
tin th.? Ith ait work was SUfpended,
ond lbs p " pis songhl lbs - .
breeses sl .nj* t be Pole us. *fa ir. -
at uiiiiiy points old I ? lu ?i fish-frier.
A ? i- Indulged In aod i fail si
oent t.k.'i? m by young and Id
Mr Mann, who bas t>???*ii ? ?.. s wool
era bnsioess trip home - me
i ?\ - slnoe
Mm .M ?ttiH I'.itt r, nf Washington,
I? 0., Il :?t Mer fathi i - 'i- ?a h"n
-ii.? ?rill tpend the m <n t ta-? i J
Angus! < Hh*?r- will il M m
- lumia- the nail tea days seeking
-iff ami r?-a?t fr. m UM Im
f ? 11 y life
\ oat acriba bai t> bo tbsenl fti m lb?
it of the ti..m " Jam
i"th. ' >ost*qaenl Iy bas toa
,i ?I tin- I. .
flou Bewar.! ?i:?
I be rajadei -
learn that tl ?
ii. l that .- ? ttarrta. h . ' i
-?Ii ut lona I ?lit.. !? ,
lr. aim? lit. Hi '
i> i nn !). HitH'K 'liri'i i.) up 'i. tl
v tiii fiiun
giving the laaUeni
sture In doing
rk i tie prni '
M unan d Italian foi snj i uc i
-??ml lur list i
Addraaas. i I CHF.NKV A Cai
Sold bj Drugglita
Hal l'* I urn:
'. " ii ibart, in Baltim r. Anei
i m-' m Leatber,
Tnul m a -
Trod m 0 ip'T,
Trust in Nails.
Trust in Wln-i
Trust in w*itM,
Trust in Iron,
rrtut m Tu in?
'i rast m Pioklei
Trust in ('lue,
Trtut in Southern
Trust in Harn.??-,
Trust in M??b1,
Trust in Dry (i
Trust in Bttwl
Trust in Rabbi r,
Trust in lion?,
Trust in Paper,
Trust in 1
Trust in Sawdnst,
Trust in Rico,
Trust in Green Qoodi,
TruRt in Ice.
Trust in ev'ry
Thinf* I ?re,
Bnt there is no
Trust for me.
Our baby has Iteen continually
troubled with colic ond cholera inf.in
turn since hi? birth, and all that WO
could do for him did not se??m to give
more than temporary relief, until we
tried Chamberlain's (Tolle, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. Sim*., giving that
rpmedy he has not been troubled We
want to give you this testimonial ai an
evidence of our gratitude, not thai y. 0
need it to advertise your meritorious
remedy.?G ?M Law, Keoknk, low?
For sale by M. M. Lewis, Drnggint
A Blind Man Wins First Honors.
A nephew of Senator B K Tillman,
who has not seen a gleam of light ?mee
he was a child, hau been graduated
from the South Carolina College as first
honor man with the highest i-eoord
ever made in that in.?titntion. The
young man is poor and cannot pursue
his studies further iu a university, the
college having* no fund to use for that
purpose. J. L Swearingen is from
Edgefield. He came to . ?ll<'(*e with a
friend four years ago. The friend
read aloud tbe textbooks iu his hear?
ing. He absorbed the lectures and
could repeat them full, n?ing bis own
language, lie was highly dUt inguished
in every study for the entire four years.
Chaplain J. William Flynn, who Is
also a professor In the ?ill ego? says the
fact of his being blind has not inter?
fered with his progress for o moment
In phy.hology, astronomy,and mathe?
matics he had net a pirti.le of trouble
His conception of thing? as they are
is astonishingly correct.
"I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy In my family for years ond ol
ways with good results," savs Mr. W.
B. Cooper of El Rio. Cal. ? 'For small
children we find It especially effective "
For sale by M. M. Lewis, Druggist.
t::: czab'S eaily life
(Church Pi *r<
Nil Ii llfl I I III?" Will k
o'i I ii I and .1 H 'ii nit- - t. h with il..
i mpi >? . At ?) ' ire ? to bin
reading I be Ku lian aud l
Tl '? ? i
prapi i ? to nxam
tn>? arc the P ad the.
L 't.'i'ii 'I imi At in ,'i he I
-1? ?a. |i m alk m t Ii" pa
! fir |T : in m '
the d .
rat g"il tbal Ii
Ill-lit i >vr. t. I'.iVI ?It a.
tbe mil i lei fi r foi ? igrj iffaii
tin mini 1er of jastii . tomorrow it ?
minister of wnr and tli" mi ??
tbe intei n?r. A fter atteuding to
reports Ibe boar ? ir i.pti u
arrived. Even for tbe highest por
an intei riew w tb the i ir. Evoiy
minute ol I
i it. il, and even urr-a.?.I dates a h
admitted ' ? . Id be
fore thej eater th.- length of time
?lu. h they are not I One
il.-iv m everj "reek is devoted to mili
Al 1 '?' tli"
with tbe empre
?I to invite a ii v 'ii itinguii lied
g St. Petersburg. I !
I he weather allows, thi emp? ror am:
empre is drire out after lam
ai il make a cal
. tul..H-n' o vi-.t one ol tbe grand
?lie i drive, I be i m
?i limit? <1 tii'iu
to tea, tb retir? to bit
room taiont?. i
w/itb bis pi
? tbe privai
th ? -;.\'" ;;?.-.' provincia: ?
? H.li >.i whom is obliged to -> tul ?a
I i ?.ni t to tbe ' ? ' r
tlw m ? A
a t ri .i
h? ?i -i i ?? I. the s*i dines ?I ?ne
dine n tbe I ixge ball o? I
palai I 1 t ? r
roi ?res to bia own and
?with t be i 'i
until 11 Frmn LI to 1*2 I
ibinet. Bia adjatant nwvt-- him
? m the pr?
feet ol 8l Petersburg ami fr >m tbe
Won't Koop ;.:
Baltim ire >siiti
'Mi. Edward Atkinson mik.
anotbei bid tor martyrdom by issa
? other pamphlet wbieb <J ? ipl iys
tbe American dig at half-mast,
with this inscription: 'Ju m<
of tlio brave soldiers whose live
been saeriflced in a war for thi
aahjagation of tin? Philippii
land--, and in the effort to deprim?
tii" people ol their liberty.' He is
hoW'-vo--, not ni ?ue invoicing dis*
approbation of President M K
policy of aggre e Son bai
n.ived 'an open lettt r' addn
to the Pr? sident ami bis assoi
'sovereign empire ami arm-* makers',
by If. 1. Swift, of Nordboff.Californ
ia. Iu this letter Mr. Swifl sa]
"It seems to have become, within
the past few month.-', s firmly ground?
ed principleof repablican idstita
I fiat one whodotS not agree with
yoar augast authority in these mal
: in qaasl ami espan don sav
ors of the trail r, and that one ii ?
fully speaks his disapproval
traitor. It yon are allowed I -
tablisb this abominable doctrine w<
shall soon Le all of BS, m ? liai is; our
rights to disease, oor vory rights to
tbink, our right to decide national
policies tor ourselves ami by oar
-.?Iv?s, anawrd and uadic'ated to by
elected ma ters, will be lorn away.
\ mi ma it be vers soi Bdent that tb
Inster which two tiny wars bare
given you will enahle yon to con
rir ni Hint doctrine, bol yon iball m
leasl li.-ar our version "t tbe myster*
ies nf treason.
"No doctrine coold he more im
mor*?! or dangerous than thai we
mint-upper; our 'ruler?' in every
grossness of extern%l p ley or wir
f.ir the appearance of DOt?Onal Dnitj
tow.nl the outer World. Then il D ?
?topping pisco lor such a ereed sborl
of complete mental and moral sot
r ?nder of the who]?, p.io'.l-? to the
tyranny of .me will, and tbe only
ant?doto for sneb mutine*7*. ?J to top
in the beginning If ell those who
are pained and enrsged at your rio*
lent crimiui) aggression were to pur
su-this enlightened resistanc
ward you, even you Won! I BOOB
enlightened as. to acknowledge tbs
horror ?f yir perf .munco? act to
graciously disOOOtioOS them
"I: is now announced that . >?.
will soon mik i new levie? for s 1 I
itT8 to continue tho MSissilatiog BO IS*
saereofooi brl-jeod Oriental god
children. This is audacity incor?
coivaM??. Was it not enough, hav?
ing obtained volunteers under false
pretense of tnenly liberating Cuba,
to cunningly dispatch these men,who
never would have enlisted to crush
and destroy Cul.ans, to do that very
tiling to another people in every re?
spect .?-innliar to the Cubanr-f This
is tbe q lintessence of treachery and
1 marvel beyond words tbat an in
t? lligent people has borne it at 3our
Irr Oady's Condition Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in bad
c.nd?fton. Tonic, blood purifier and
age. They are not fed but
medi ine and the best in use to put a
h n- in prime condition. Prioe 26
cents per package. For sale by M. M.
Prom t h
.. M, |\, .
, |. .
. 1 i .... i. I ; .
mted m. The convoutioi
.1. .1 the no i hods
i.. Itf tbe [? ?
. llOg "Hl C
did iii?' i<.-1- W hen tue II ?, ; ?
? i '!??? . numbering two third
rentii d, m "il t..
?t month later m
il ruled ?t onl
d. r. When an appeal ws I
? fa H .1 10 . ut?" t ri i ri il,
proce. ?!? .i v ith the ballotii i*.
. ville, |
His program ws-7
?reed ii through by di spol
di staled to ?
?i i li at lie ??.
i ?.. n. m?nate <? tebel, und In
did '' lieg i?. m 7tiaction
K i. ( i> mocrats gel tbe
? ? ? (loe be I 13 tern ol
appr? ssion "I ihe
?wri tin? D
: In" ?? uv. ntiOD
..'.',.' . I I'.ilt
1 t ) hurrah I >r ' <.?
h':.i ? ? ?. --i nor and spply 10
ab irdinate and tool iu ih an un
Ige "t n ?.nij- ' Tbe
Kentucky Legit-loture opeced the
door to Ooebel's plan t ?r governing
American ? ? nullifying their
1. li'.: II . ot the I
il v?.ho [nit tbeii ?>
? , morality and
bait t.. ih Leu
. lection 1 ?w t?> give
? it DOJ
ist. Di moor at ic
nd a Dei 1 ite hoard
courts is put 'IT ? ? ?. ' idi h cangbl
; ?ture, w-huh became his
?. complice wh"u it passed bis
i.ill. I 1 seiz m,' the nomination lor
Governor? tbe Goebtl ?sobona has
merelt been estended. He slipped
on the convention, btld
down and dissipated i(l tru?- strength
by machine trickery, and, much to
their surprise, gave Kentucky D.-mo
? taste of tih? lutter medicine
belpi 1 pn pare for K"puhlicans.
Tin?? ? i?. si acquainted with the
manhood ol Kentucky do not i?elievo
that 11?. I'l'lism can have h long rue
The State h-is brains, intelligence,
irtfaf personal dignity, a
strong sense of individual independ
I ?v.- of country and et. 1
s ipp. rt in the pn t ? i American in?
stitution--'. When the cause of hon*
est moni y was assailed, tliou-iands of
Kentucky D mocrats rallied to its
? i . aved the eleetc i?l t >te
of tbe State. Many thousands con?
demn and oppose all tampering with
mi bonest hull >t. Rut Goebel will
prove .1 troublesome enstomer. He
has a grip on the election boards, as
well i?? on the convention ho gagged
and drove along tbe road be deereed
it should travel. Kentuckians would
be foolish to t?ir and feather eiich
other while erowning with laurel the
brows of their uew-fonnd Cresar, th.
sll-powerfol Goebel, the man who
baa downed the ballot-bos in Ken
tuckv, and d Ins own part]
step in his imperial ca
Cur Capitalists Anticipated.
The Baltimore ?"vin says:
"Expecting the annexation of Cuba
to tl; -'?.to;", English inves
nito i he island, it ii
said, nd bought all the best steam
?mil -"? Iway mines ami sugar
; l icipatil s American
?.? a pit all -t.- Wh ' have awaited a deli
nite annonocemenl Prom Washington
a-to the political future of Cuba.
M an*, parchases wire made befor?
the Spanish left am! m ?re sines*. Ai
Amerieaa syndicate wi.? formed to
boy np Uta railroads, of which tbe
mileage is some 1,100 miles, but a
I, lodon 150,000,000 syndicate got in
s bead ami bow owns ever? road of im
P'irtanoe from Pinar dt I Ko to ?Santa
Clara? It is now aski"g permission
to boild farther ea't to ?Santiago. A
Canadian syndicate got tbe H avant?
?treat railway system? So of the
best sugar estates, tb<> "hi ?usted
Britisher," more aceostomed tofor
e'gn investment, spied out the land
and bought before tbe cute Vankoe
had m ule up his mind.
These investors are, of course, all
arde it anaexatiooists, wanting asta
ble government, with honest courts,
to safeguard their properties. One
year of such government as exista in
Iltiti, or Veut/.ut hi, would ruin all
sorts of enterprises. Tbe politician?
of the South American republics are
adepts in "striking" rich corpora
tions for contributions to their pri?
vate and campaign funds. What
with pronunciaroeuti.8, insurrections,
wars, fires and imprisonmonts they
conld atiliae Cuba Libre to impover?
ish the bloated capitalists to their
hearts' content. The spoil- in sight
in Cuba are wortn ten times what
suffices to keep Peru in sonstant civil
war. It follows that tbe new owners
of tbe productive enterprises of the
islan-i welcome tbe American regime
with enthusiasm A like situation is
developing in the Far East. Now
that tbe Spanish are leaving Manila
tbey Bod in E-'glisb capitalists, it is
said, ready purchasers of valuable
lallt Bf Writings,
.' IS A lift 0
1 ?;? d idmitti d to record
?fiee <?! King '?' orge
Bei J Be eonrl i ?-t :
i.i Julian B.
? ml ii i? rt v7 il m ors of
' il- ?tuait, '?- M miague Alcny
I?.' I I' land (rom W. W. Brown,
, . M array.
?' ' rom John Rogers to
I ?ar K k<
Deed foi land fut.. II B. Coghill,
?, to.T. J. liar?
Deed i ? im Thi m
Agre? m .ut bet ?een Thorn .
'. t re.
I'd of tiu?t on r;-?a 1 estate from
I. 11 I; ?wli ' to Cher lei E. Hunter,
I).. .i for land from v7m A )
special ' om m i si. u i/o L iey L? Pol
Iii ..i of trust on resl estate from
I iseph A Cropper aud wife to John
L. I.,? combe, trastee.
Deed for Und from N. Ii Hooe to
E I ward Fr>
Po rer of attorney from S. <'. Pej
ton to K I. Buntei.
It. i .i foi land tri m K W. Payne
ami vail and others, to Emma Buck
Deed lor laud from Thomas J.
Owem and wife, dee. to Patsey < ? *ens.
Deed ol trust on real estate from
M.-, garel Thompson to H. T. Qarnett,
I' ad of trust on real estate from
.Muy K Bales tofl.T.Oaraatt.trus?
Bill of sale from C<osar Campbell
to Ii. ('. liryni;'??.
Deed for land from R. 1. i'ivens
and wife (O James K (inen.
Deed of trust on real estate, from
James K. i'reeu and wife to W. W.
! tor land from Minnie M
Fitxhagb to I. W. Hams.
Deed of trast on real estate from
I. W. Harris and w?fe to W. W.
Truthful Census ir. IC-::
al t .? growth of certain
Western cities va ill appear iu the
next censas to bave been very small
in the i. ' de< ,d< .! the i-,?nsus is
tot t'.'iv padded t"r
political purposes? " in the North
ays cur contemporary,
" where Republican majorities were
deemed certain the population, as a
bas,- of representation in Congress,
was uomiuaily increased by syote
matie paddiog. Thus Nebraska jump?
ed from a representation of three in
the lower house of Congress to six.
Thus Oniahii, which never saw a day
iu which it outnumbered Kansas City,
was made, by that most infamously
false count, to contain about 30.000
inhabitants more than K .nsas City.
Nebraska City was rtported at I '
popnl itiou and a conservative esti
ipate al tbat time made it li 000.
" The moment one finds errors in
the couut of the people themstlves
one realizes that all industrial data
? ir capita production, wealth
and taxation are also erroneous. Let
the censos of 1000 differ from that of
181*0 by telling the truth, the win le
truth, nothing but the truth.''
Tbe errors of tbe industrial statis
tics and of the statement of aggregate
wealth in 1800 have been frequently
Why let your neighbors
And why Rive them a
chance to guess you are even
five or ten years more?
Better Rive them good
reasons for guessing the
other way. It is very essy;
for nothing tells of age so
quickly as gray hair.
Is a youth-renewer.
It hides the sge under s |
luxuriant growth of bairthe
color of youth.
It never fails to restore
color to gray hair. It will
stop the luir from coming
It feeds the hair bulbs.
Thin hair becomes thick hair,
and short hair becomes long
It cleanses the scalp; re?
moves sll dandruff, and
prevents its formation.
We have a book on the
Hair which we will gladly
If you do not obtain all th? bf*na>
flu yeu aipectnl fr.'m .tutu.? ol lha
Vigor, write th? doctor about It.
Probably tbare la acme difficulty
BMV om ?Mlly
Or. J. C? Ayer.
a. b. Bons & Co.,
riBI. LlfS.ACClDKNl SNO IN URMNITT
The oldest established business of this kind
;.-rlc'kal?urv. r? prese uto.k thirteen Art*
enspHtii.? ot *c*a.i*X..ij<ju capital, possess! os?
over t*?.DOl..JU0 anseU, SI.,.?"..?? surplus,
and unquestionably the strongest and sofaot
,n the world. Our ratet are as reaoonabl? aa
?re anywiere to be had, and we shall always
take pleasure In ?H-rvlr??* you. Offloes dllwtrtlr
?pposlte the Mayor'? Office.
i%- I REPRBi'KMT ONLY THE _*?
of this country and Europe. Assets
over fifty million dollars. Low
rates and just settlements.
S. WILLIS HOWARD,
INSURANCE AMD COLLECTION AOHMT.
POR SUPERIOR ART'CLE
which on account of their apo one evsnn
are specially advised for mcdlolnsl urpos
Bold sud rocommsndod by
CHAS. WALLACE ? BKO.
A. a STRA?BOBOIK,
TD6 wsems steamboat Go,
SI MMKi; ARRANGEMENT, II8S
BALTIMORE, KKKUKKICKHUUKO AMD
BAl'PAHANNOCK BIVHB BOUT!.
?On and ?fter Tuesday, July 4th, steamers
Richmond, Lancaster and Eiwi will
i. ;..'? I'., i -.'. I. ?.lit Otr-Mt. Baltimore, .rmrr
liii-'l.ty ami K.nlay at 4:? p. m., for Frod
>T(r anil all wharves on the river.
K. tiii-iuii?-, will l.-av?* treilurlcksburw atSJO
p. in. (tide |.?-riiiit!inir,) Monday, Tuesday ?nd
Thunder, Leedstown at 4:80 * m., Tueodoy,
u . .in.-l.i? aii'i 1 r. lay for Baltimore.
Loa? e liHltimore Wednesday, at 4:30 p.m.,
for Naylor's ami all wharves below, except
Hay Port. Returning- will leave Naylor'sat
- Do. in., on Tl.ur?.lay for Hiltlmore.
Leave Baltimore at 4:;t0 p. m., Thursday,for
Tappaliannock and all wharves below.
Uave Ha'tlm.ire at ;!..'? P.M. Sunday ror
Tappahannock ami all wharves below, ticept
Hay Port, it. ti. ii.ini/will leave Toppahoi?
nock at 9 a. m Monday, tor llaltlmora.
mlng Sunday July 9th, tbe Steamer
ave Norfolk ejery Sunday, at 4
I'. M. for Krcdcrli kHliurar and all landing's on
the Itappabannock Klver, leaving Taipaban
ii... k at " A. M. Monday, and Port Koyal at
M.. arriving In Frederlck-burg at ?.00
P. VI, K.-tniiiiiiM* will leave Tappahannock
every Friday at a M., for Norfolk, calling at
Passengers and Freight from Frederlcks
burg m. d landiuM aoove Ta i ? palian nock will
insferred from Haiti-cure boat Friday
afternoon to tas Ism??
No freight received for outgoing atsaaaUaWS
after 4 p. m., on sailing dava.
Freight received for all stations on Po?
tomac. Fredericksburg, ? Piedmont ?. U.
POTOMAC KIVBB KUt'TB.
Beginning Tuesday. May .?tb. ?teaiaera
Potoiuac and Sue will leava? Pier?, Light
Btrett, H? tlmore, .-very Tuesday. Thursday
mirday. al " Y. M. for Aleiandrla and
WM-lilrKt'.ri. calling at all of the usual laod
naf. lor i ruing will leave .tb Street Wharf.
v\ i-inrnrti.il.??r ? P. M., Tuesday, Thursday
and Sunday, going as far a* Leonardtown oo
..?rungs, will leave U?onardtown at
? \ v.. h ?male at l.'ilJP. M., Miller's at I P.
M Oraaoii'iat? F M. and Bacon's at T P. M.,
Mondav. Wedm-mlay and Friday, arriving la
Baltimore early tin? following morning.
Freight r. ? eiveddaliy In Hal tlmore.
Freight received dally at Pl?.r aV Light
HBNKV WILLIAMS. Agent,
at Haliiaaoi-a, Mat
8TBPHBNSON A BBU.. AgeaU,
at Washington. D. O
K KV COMPTON, Agent,
at Norfolk. Va
W. D. SCOTT, Agent,
at Vraaaterioksburg. Va,
Johnston & Pearson
Can promptly fill all your
wants in their Jine as drag
gists. One trial is all that is
sufficient to prove this. Pricea
satisfactory and very moder?
IAMMCTAM * OPADQAN