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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and Hanufacturinjj: Interests of Fredericksbury; and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
VOL. 1 f>.?No 101
Fredericksburg Va Ti ky. Ai:gust 29 1899.
Price 3 cents
We Must Clean Up.
A Chanco For You.
t'ur aunual " clfau np " Ss immer tiv.nl> is now in ] ?w th ?I means rnt prices at
this store. Onr objeet is to make room an 1 hsv.> cash f>>r Fall Stoek, and to do ibis vre are ?rilling to turn ?mr
balance of 8ammer Staffs oms eases ami big redncl
Shirt Waist. parasols.
A Ki>: lot 't Ready ' , n'i il t ?ans mean burnt an 1 tanned ikli u have
sirle, all to go at one price a Parasol or Sun Umbrell?, We wanl at what l'a
Beery Waist thai ? u 1 all that sold for raaols ws ! i kind I ??? ?
86c and 75o, . put on -1 , and rou can take jronr $2 00 kind for I i ? 0 kunl foi :
ohoioe uf the whole lot ut 50o S ..' bu?t measure Obildreo's l'..i?> ?> also at reduced pi
COME AND SEE US ABOUT YOUR WANTS.
E. W. STEARNS, 0PERA H0USE
' DRY GOODS STORE.
P. IVlcCracken, Bro. & Co..
? Whols??lb AHD KSTAIL?
0BUCBB8 AMD LIQUOR DRALBRS.
Dfler ran Thousand Gallons PURR RYR
ami BODRBON WH1BKIES, from the fol?
lowing well known distilleries Oral
of Ohio, Boone Counts Dis
Kentur-ky Monticelio Distillery, of .Mary
laud, stuf W. V. tiray. of Pennsi 1rs
Agents for Ber^neriV r
They also offer Mtapl?-and Fancy Groceries.
Agricultural Ini|ilements, Seeds, Ouaun and
MRS JENCIE MONROE,
Liquors and Grocer les.
Commerce a, FREDERICKSBUKG, Y?
1 am t :t here of ?
APHLKWiaoD WHIMKBV I .1 -? keen all
II,- world. Al'I'IK lillANfU I
?Of < ..nie.l Potomai H(
fore ??ii) i"k or making y<.ui pur? bases.
MRS. JRN< IK. MON ItOE
GROO E RIES.
KAMiLY UKOl'BRlRB O* ALL KINDS.
My ?took of Liquor? i? large, consisting of
Foreign aud Domestic BRASDIKH.
1 ?? Apptewood siul Rarmers Knew? Pure
Kve Whiskey. *?'-' a irallon.
'a '-/NiKH'KNT APPI.K BKANL) . WAK
?or (OMMKK1KAN? LIBJU?T\ c?'iH.
That Honest Dealings,
. ul! Measure and
have built us the largest nade
In thin city.
Inspect our stock before yu make
your purchases for the holidays
We gu?rante satisfaction
Whiskey from $1.20 pergal, np.
Sii Brands Ryes at $2 per gal.
Also higher grades
Whiskies, Brandies, Gin?,
and in fact everything found in a
first-class Liquor and Tobacco House.
Strasburger & Son,
lit and ii.-ai Oossssetee su
ELK RUN WHISKEY.
I ins celebrated brand <f KKNTl <KY
PURKRYK WHISKEY, uiarantee.l ion
proof and 'J yea's olo at t- par gallon is for
?ale by Mrs J K. Monroe, Commerce
?treet, Kr<?derirkshurg. \a For Bator it
a as no sti|?erior at the pries. It Is smooth,
pleasant to iliink, mni there is not n head?
ache in a gallon Con.e ami try it. ami von
will buy no other.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Pure Rye Whiskey. Pure. Old Rum. I*ur*
Holland Oin, Pure Sherry Wine, l'tue
Krencb Brandy, Pure Apple Brandy.
Pure Pearrh Brandy, Pure Blackberrj
Brandy. A complete stock of Liquor?
for medical use at the old Reliable
Grocery Store of
CHAS. WALLACE* BRO.
Cor. Main '"ommeroe SU.
PRBDBRK1R8BURG ? ? VA.
New Spring Millinery.
Bvery few days we an adding to mir new
?mi beautiful stocs ol Millinery. The lut? si
mit ?in Latiit'?' Straw Sailors, wli le, mixed
ami black, rung-h and plain, from SB oeatl to
SJJI (luis ami lluvs- Bailors, white ami
mixed, i mni Sk to Sl.m Hi'initli ul line or
Muslin Bonnets ami Huts for Children, In
?int.- and loiiir?. ju?t reeelved, and I eai
offer?pfi'iiii bargains la thi-in.
MRS. H. E. TOflPKINS
816 B Street.
OEO. J. FLETCHER,
ARlIHITKirr ANJ> BUILDER,
KI-KDKklt KSBUK'?. VA
Puna, Specifications, KU.vations. Details.
Woik o? all kinds in the building line.
Thorough personal ?uuarylaion of al
-fork, town or conn try
One thousand dozen TIN SEALING
CANS to be sold at the o?d prices re?
gardless of the advance in tin.
Several of those
Dry Mr Leonard Refrigerarors
AT LESS THAN COST.
Ice Cream Freezers,
Lawn Settees at 50 cents each, Porch
Chairs, Preserving Kettles, Mason's
Smooth Top Fruit Jars, Granite Ironware,
Carpets, Mattings, Window Shades. Ask
to see our new line of Golden Oak Cham?
ber Suits, Buffets and Chiffonieres. Try
some of the genuine Fibrewar^, it is all
E. C. NINDE,
DOUBLE FURNITURE STORES.
GREAT MID-SUMMER REDUCTIONS.
We are making prices now that be?
wilder our competitors. Everybody wonder how
we can do it. We are going to close out everything
that has summer stamped upon it-, at regardless of
So listen to our song
of low prices
86 pi(v?f of 5c. Lawn? mlurvd to So
18 pieces of Ho. and 10o Lawn? reduced to 5c
lito pitres fine Orgaudles, worth from r? V- to Wc, reduced SO
About lion boxes of Gent's fin? Negljggee Shirts to be
sold at a sacrifice. Don't buy a shirt or anything else until
you have gotten our low ??rices.
5. Q. Wallace,
GERMANIA ROLLER MILLS.
MYER & BR?LLE, Proprietor!, Frederickaburg, Va.
We ha-e the latest and most complete Patent Boiler System In oar Mills, nse nun?
but the very choicest Virginia Wheat and our Flour? are the Quest that ean be made
?xoepting none. We make the following brand? :
MYBR A BRULLKB BK8T PATENT SUPERLATIVE
GERMANIA XXXXX KXTKV OKRMAMA XX KXTRA
. ra ? la in rxiKA
?vt tue? ? ?'t-O-r* Karuilj M??< Yll Kauli i? all kinds. We my the HighSSt laar
? astea ?.-e*i ?nd < orr el st!i> i> ??or? (???? a? ? can before you but or sell.
FOR FALL PI WIIMi.
\S mu?'-. Now
i ?ill Catatofue
siiil trink? r should In rue
? ? -t.
T. W. WOODS SONS,
Seedsmen. ? Richmond, \ a.
W iMid's I all Caluli..
I arm SrcJ I
Crimson Clever linn ?ir Sand Vrl?.h.
Ursiata .1 Clovers Seed Wheai
Oats fu- Bark) ? ?c
(ran. Pando'i Sriticisxn :f the Spanish
The Baltimore -Sun 1
an interesting eootribntioo t?? the
literatore ??f the w?r betweno the
Uoited Btatei and S??h.ii. It na
transition ol a speech delivered is
the seerel ?in m the Cori
General Pando, chief ol il
of tbs Bpaaiah force- io ?
Spanish ??? ople
with anger sod amar imenl at the
Americans enc ?nnt? r? ?1 in 1
11 ol the bal
Santiago, Tin? responr-ib
Ht Mtilii?t and tb
m Cnba. When lb?
lr tin y bad been pn .
they might liai
indeed, hive 06
?m. ?? tliHt public opii
Unit? ?I States would ba ?re
ttion "t hostilities ?
paaee tei m m n ?
Ttiis whs Genera] Paodo'a riew sed
he ahowa that it waa nol an
dream. But tbs Madrid G ?gemment
did not seem to understand the
tion, while thu Spanish g< nei
Cul? 1 do not appear to bat ?
military talent of .1 high order, and
the islsnd was aaerifieed after a
inadequate defense. It is possible,
however, that the Bpanisb <??v(?rti
meut never contemplated anota wh? le
sale cessions of territory as w? re h!
terward imposed up??"i it by the sic
tors,ot her wise ?I
?'iiba to the 1 tat.
If the Spanish tr
the i.-land had fought with lbs ten
acity an?! courage tbt-y display? 1 at
Santiago the invasion ol i'uba would
have ? ??st the United .vt titea tbi
of thousands of its soldiers Many
would have lullen in battle, but more
wcnld have aueeumbed I
After the engagements which tenu,
nated in the cnj?itulation of Saul
the American army was prostrated
by heat and ?lis-ase Tue Commis
sary Department wa-i wretchedly
mismanaged and the s? 1 lien were
made ill by the improper food with
which they were supplied. To add
to tho horror ol the Situation, y? How
fever mode its appearance. I : the
United States many of the tro
camps of instruction wen- iwepl
away by typhoid fever. It E
had determined to bold Cuba at any
cost, the conditions were entirely in
its favor after the Burrender of San?
tiago, (ieneral Paid? maintains
that supplies could have been sent to
the island, and with food and auimu
nition 200,000 Spanish troops
have been able to offer a desperate
resistance to the unseasoned ratlitis
of which our army was principally
composed. Despite the painful in
capacity which was displayed b> cer
tain offieiala of thia <? ?vemment, the
incompetency of tho Spanish ?l ivc-rn
ment was even greater, and to this
may be attributed the remarkable
success which attended tho campa,?_*n
(ieneral Pando asserts that the
I'nited States is not a " military na?.
tion" and never will be until it
changes its " organic life." Th?>
blunders and mismanagement wine 1
marked the early stages of the war
showed that we are not prepared tot
operations on a large scalo. The
fact that this country does not main
tain an immense standing army,
however, does not make it less for
midable when it has prepared itself
for action. There was no possibil.ty
that Spain could cope with a nation
of nearly 70.000.000 people. The
only question was how lot g it could
offer resistance and what less it c old
inflict upon the enemy. From ?ien
Pando's standpoint, the resistant"- in
Cuba was not in proportion to the
strength of the Spanish force in the
island,and in this view most military
men will concur. The facts which
(it neral Pando gives as to the situa
i tion id Cuba during the war will be
' read with interest, although bis con
elusions may not be accepted. As
I Spain would ultimately have been
I crushed by an overwhelming force,
I it is fortunate for both nations that
I the war ended as s ion as it did, and
that Blanco'a soldiers were not given
an opportunity to display
bravery and devotion. The sacrifice
would have been useless, and it is
cause for rejoicing to both Spain and
the United States that thousands of
valuable lives were saved by the ear
ly cessation of hostilities.
Dr. Oady'fl Condition Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in had
j oondition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime oondition. Price 25
oents per package. Por sale by M. M.
yottr Bat] I
i n certs n
ek. '! In- r uu 1-iLi d?,
-I lln'ir i ?
to Ihr y n
' ? ?? ib ?dea (bree
? m tin cur i ht i! the other
isms ?. Tun lady uh i
lives ? 'i- m the ci ?? was
?.ski '1 uj in r busban 1 if the ?ras doI
afaid to walk tin? distaooe alone.
"Afraid," Bbs answered, "do roo sto
that.'" prodncioa h wk kul looking,
long hatpin. "If any man should ad
1 stub tiltil."
? dark night recently the two
slighted from tbs ear hi their
? mi 1 started homeward,
cheerfully chatting about tb<
Phey bad gone ball a quare when a
uiHu appeared fi v. 11 n hat
mi bed over bis eyes. At a
? Hit- ladies concluded In- ?
.'i character. Tuny .-! ?wad
up to lei him get past, bat be slowed
up also. Then they walked faster:
be did the ?ame. As they neared tbo
nome ni one ol the I ?dies the man
? in tin m Tne mu
whobad boasted of what she woo d
1 ) when an opportunity oeenrred for
the list- ul the hatpin broke in h
ii the middle ol ?tit- street,down
which be hurried like a wild gaz lit
; roice rang: "8ey,Nan,wb<
batpint" It ws band.
that il Wh ?
i m r busband ever did.
I .1. i III M.\ -. ' " . I
I . .1
i u \ I.IUMi. KI.WA.M MahVIN
1? iring tin j .-n-1 wt ek the prici
od otbet meats b tve been ad
i tiuiii two to five eents a
pound by a c imbination ol V.'.
There is ii" pretense that
11 eer or that it co its more
to make it It is admitted that the
raised arbitrarily in order to
good to tin- trust its ti iii|inr,?rj
incurred in estsblial
. ! U'.d.
Meanwhile trnsts continue to mul?
tiply in all the other necessaries of
life. Within the past two weeks there
A Cotton '?"'iIs Trust;
An [ce Trust;
A Bide and Leather Ti a
An Asphalt Trust;
?s simply supplement the liuu
dreds of other Trnsts and M mop ?lies
fur nu d durii g tin- presejnt year,si ek'
ing to fontr'd tin1 production ami fix
the prices of nearly every article ol
The latest combinations cover?
The ;.1 we cat;
Tut- clothing w<t wear;
The ihoes for mir feet.
The ice required for health and
e< m tort ;
The modern pavements for mir
President B. 0. Hurt, of the U lion
tern, adopted the
honored tactics of Baronnd al Kis
ehnl, and ti ok a trip inoog.
amone his employes. Ht> entere.! a
baggage ear at Clinton, Iowa, with
the c mducter of a fiyer, and heiopr
introduced as a friend, rode 300 miles
in the cha-Rc>er of a burom?r. Hs
sat on a Saratoga, end handed an-und
cigars to the snitshers, who, alter l'!
miles of his company, voted him the
most agreeable fell >w who had ever
ridden with them. It is probable that
no railroad m-ignate had ever sue
led in L-' Miug into such close
tooeb with hrs hands. He steered
the conversation around to their
work, drew from them their id-ason
improvements in the line, and give
his own pet theorieR on unionism,
strike-?, etc., in return. He hid
ridden alrao-t to Omaha before a
chance offi-ial getting on to ride to a
station, discovered him. The smash
en w,-re somewhat embarrassed when
they ?aw to whom they had been
confiding their thoughts, especially
as some of the conversation had bor?
dered on the danger line, but Presi?
dent Burt put them all at their ease
ic a twinkling. His true character
known, he rode to the end of the line,
with his feet on a trunk, talking
railroid.and enj >ying himself hugely
And when they reached, their desti?
nation, he performed that pb-asant
duty which, according to the (l >ver
nor of North Carolina, no gentleman
o ime? from Dr D. B Oargile, of Waahita,
I. T. H? write?: 'Four boules of
Kin trie Bitter? ha? cured Mr?. He wer
of scrofula, which had can?ed her great
Buffering for years Terrible sore?
would break ont on her head and five,
and the, best doctors OOOld give no help;
lint her cure i? complete and her health
is excellent." This ?hows what thou
?aud? have proved that Electric Bit?
ter? is the best blood purifier known.
It's the supreme remedy for eczema,
tetter, ?alt rheum, ulcer?, boils and run?
ning ?ore? It stimulate? liver, kid
news and bowel?, exp?ls poi?on?, help?
digestion, builds up th? ?trength. Only
M cents 8 .Id by M. M Lewis, d rug
Of the 250,000 ca?arle? which are raid?
ed every year in Germany 100.030 are
tent to the United Statw, 50,000 t i
Great Britain, Brazil, Chile and the
Argentine Republic, and the remainder
are Bold in Germany and in other coun?
tries of the European Continent.
Tho Army and Labor
"The A i my aud Navy .1
comment upon a prot?
., ? i '
1 ? '.?i Don ??! i
the u. ?.?it of ih" volnnt? - i ?
returning to that pla?
that the disbandm? ni ol the ?
<?t K a rope would, if attempt? d bj
the sevei ?I go ver m ml i, in- umil ?? 1,
obj i-ieil to l?v babor iot?
San Franciaco Labor Counc I '?liaig??.s
the Wnr D partment with varion
motives: 'K,r-t The de ire ? ?? un?
duly Hood the laboi market sod Ibu
??heck the struggle of the working
men for improi d oonditiom
cond To coino. 1 the volu..'
?Inven by waut aud deatitution, to r? -
enlist. Third?1?> prevent tin- re?
turn of volunteers to their bornes,
where to their friends and
relatives they will undoubtedly
give the true version of the people,
the climate and the geural coud,lions
in the Philippines, as produced by
our war of eon quest. Many of the
volunteers, it discharge?] utire,
will die. Deatitute, without family
ntitiient of the ma
j inty ot tbs people turned a ?
tticin wheu it is found they are tur
forbidden loeal workmen, the s<?l
diera, enfeel led through the hard
-hips m h deadly elimate, will
miserai ly perish in ch?-ap l-idgmg
s, in overcrowed bospitsli und
in lor.ely couutry toads.' An
?ocrea army, in this view,
ooee made, must be maintained in
the intsrssl ol high wsgea for per*
? m- engaged in civil employments.
Opponents of recent increases o!
army will And in this position of an
.i.t! lential body of voters hu additi
? ess m for caution.
Jon imI obtervea in regard to
in- inattir: 'It BO much ?ii content is
t 8 in
Pranciseo by tue p I lition
of a few thousand workicgmen to the
air isdy overstocked market for I s bor,
what wonld hsppen in K irope if Rus?
sia, Germany, France, Austria and
Italy were to add their millions of
? ddiera to the worku . I the
ivoildaudat tho same time throw
out of employment the unny hua?
dreds of thousands who an? depend
ent upon military and naval estab
lisbments for their daily bread! The
productive industry then would
Ii?- revolution, and in the e.yele of
change new armies would have to be
f ?inied to deal with universal discon?
tent and uubsppineas, upheaving the
rerji foundation of social order.'
This is doubtless true, and the facts
supplies a weighty argument agair st
placing this country in the position
"l I. uopean Goverment?, which can
neither endure nor dispense with
their costly armaments. Armies
are needed there, it appears, not
only to ward off external enemies and
surpress internal disorders, but to
lessen competition in the labor mar
tain wages and make a de
mand for the commodities prod need
by farmers, manufacutrers and la?
b irera in excess of their own needs.
Society having once adapted itself to
the excrescence of a huge army,
must ever after cherish it to avert
It is often contended, if is tru*,
that a well managed army is a bene?
fit. The German army.it is asserti ?I,
is a useful school, and the period of
two or three years everv ?ierman
must spend in the army is profitably
?pent. PainR are taken to develop
every soldier's physique, so that his
military training is also so iuvaluable
gymnastic training. The intelligence
iaquickened and expanded by the
car? fui instruction given to recruits.
Add to this that by taking theyoung
star from his obscure village and
forcing him to seo something of the
world provincialism is cured. The
young soldier becomes acquainted
with the various parts of tho empire,
sees many defforent classes of people
and thus escapes the narrowness au i
stupidity ot the man who spends his
abole'life in a small village out of
contact with the moving woild. A
distinct effort is made it is said, to
render the period of military ser?
vices profitable mentally aud physi?
cally, and not a waste of time, as i?
is often represented to be. Such is
the argument of admirers of tie
?ierman army, who point with piide
to Germany's present strides in in?
dustry, commerce and wealth as
proof that she is benefited rather
than injured by military institut ions.
Hut America iu not Germany, and it
is obviously impracticable under
American conditions to iutrnluce
here the conscription, the servere
discipline and the other elements of
the German system, without which
the bentflts of army life must be im?
Showmen Who Are Courteous.
The Great Wallace Show is noted for
nothing more than it is for its courteous
tre.itment of patrons. Ouce they ha\e
piid their money and passed inside the
mammoth stretch of canvas .they are re?
garded as guests, and are treated as
such. All questions are polit-dy an?
swered, and parents can make the
menagerie a good schooling for thd
ehidren. Well informed attendants are
constantly present to discuss the habits
and natures of the many wild creatures
which have been coveted from all
lands and seas of the globe. Every?
thing possible is done to make the show
both im-tructive and entertaining. At
Frederickshurg On Monday, Sept 18.
The estimate of London official! of
the transatlantic steamship companies
that 175,000 American! will visit Eu?
rope nest year seems reasonable ouough.
With the Paris Exposition in full blast
and prosperity in the United States at
' high tide, it is altogether probable thst
the extent of the American exodus to
Europe will be limited only by the ca?
pacity of the steamship companies to
transport the vovstjers.
?^ Absolutely Pure
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
?Oval 9*?iNOeO??0f?CO., ?I* ?0?K. _
.. :..'ii Court z.
A couple applied to a rural justice
of the peace for total divorce. TI e
justice railed tin- \,a,\ \\ h-nie ai d
' inn whisper:
"What's the law on that p'lni.'''
"Yon can't do it," replied the
bailiff, ":t dou't come under yer
"We're willin' to pay cash fer it,"
I the busband, notwithstand
iog the nature of the consultation.
"I've gut tho money in this here
The justice looked grave. Then,
adj isting his spectacles and address?
ing the man, said:
"V m knowid 'fore you como here
that 'twaru't fet me ter s 'parate
husband an' wile, au' yit, yer not
only take np the tune o' this hero
valuable court with yer talkin', but
sckouily perpise ter bribe me w th
Now, how mueb has yer got
in that stoekinf" "
"Boot sil dollars au' a half, yer
"All right then. 1 fin ? y?-r |fj f. r
br li is an' a di Ha: an' a half fer
tnkin' up my time with a rase what
my jurisdiction is out of, an' may
the L inl h ave merey on y>.-r soul ?
iTcrid ly a Woman.
great m-.- rery has
made, and that t >o, Ly a laiy in this
f Dtssass fastened Its alntabes
lip-in tur ?inl fur seven years ?he with
?to.?I if? n its, hnt her vit ?1
organs were undermined and dea'h
. Imminent. F< r three months
ighed Incessantly, and could not
She finally discovered a way to
rv, hy purchasing of n? a l< 11 le
Dr. King's New Dim very for I'.n
sumption, aud was so much relie-.
ukit,?,- a -t a -... th ?t she slept all night ;
and with two battles ?am been a' ?> lutely
otfred. Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz
Thus writes W. 0. Ilanini k ? 0
Bhelby, N. C, Trial bottle? free at M.
M. Lewis' Drug Store. Regular ?ize
i $100 Bvery bottle guaranteed.
Guitcau's Counsel a Hermit.
A party of Kohomo, Ind., lisrrer
men, who have retimed from a trip
among the unfrt ijuented lakes of
northern Indiana, ran across the j
cabin occupied by George W. Sco
ville, the lawyer, who defended Chas.
?I. Oiiiteau in his trial for the assassi?
nation of President Oat field. It is
situated near Mud Lake. Scoville
lives the life of a reclus1. From an
iclluentihl lawyer Scoville has grown
into a morose and unapproachable
hermit. He feels that he would sill
be shunned and despised by every?
body fir his part in trying to save
Qniteau on the ground of hereditary
insanity though he contends that he
did nothing more thau his duty. The
loss of his wife and other misfortun- s
that seemed to pursue him added to
his mtltncholy and confirmed him in
bis determination to abandon the
ead Ache ?
Are your nerves weak?
Can't you sleep well? Pain
In your back? Lack energy?
Appetite poor? Digestion
bad? Boils or pimples?
These are sure signs of
From what poisons?
From poisons that are al
wsys found in constipated
If the contents of the
bowels are not removed from
the body each dsy, ss nature
Intended, these poisonous
substsnces sre sure to be
absorbed Into the blood, al?
ways causing suffering snd
frequently causing severe
There Is s common sense
They daily Insure sn essy
snd natural movement of
You will find thatthe use of
with the pills will hasten
recovery. It cleanses the
blood from all Impurities and
Is s great tonic to the nerves.
WrNo tho Doctor.
Onr M<"1lm?l I>*p?rtment hat on?
of th? niott ftnln?nt jihyaicUn? In
lb? United State?. 1*11 tlia doctor
last ho? you ara anffarlng. Yoo
will racalvr tli? Mal riedloal adf lew
Without ?oat. A.!.l.-?a?,
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Attention Harvesters !
MACHINE CIL and FLY PAPER
Magrath & Ohe3ley.'8
Petroleum, L'y? Under Oils,
White Lead, Colors iu Oil.
Dry Colors, Varnish Stains,
Buggy Paints, Glass Potty,
AT LOWEST PRICES, at
M1 Main Street,
rBKDERIOKSBUBO, ? ? VA.
FOR SUPERIOR ART CLE
i which so scccr.nt of tbeir ape slo avsnn
i ares, ctal v ?-?Ivln-d for niedlclbel arpos
Sold sun reoommindiKl by
?'HAH. WALLACE JfcBKO.
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Clearing Out Week.
Men's and Hoy's Suits and Pants at
prices that will surprise yon. Want
room for fall stock. Shirts, Hats,
Trunks, &c, all prices. Agent for
Sweet, Orr & Co. 'b Pants and Overalls
JAS. T. LAYTON.
E. K. WHEELER,
Suc<*saur of Williams A WbtMler), conducts
the UNDKRTAK1NU BUB1NK88 at thi ok!
stand, coiner Main and Char lotte streets. All
orders from horns snd abiosd promptly and
satisfactorily attended to either st night er
Hearse and Carriages always ready to si
tend funerals. Thankingthe publie for |*t
ornage so generously bettowsd.bs asas
aontinnanoe of the sama.
[HENRY DANNEHL. Poor.)
Buropean and American plan. Steam, ttet
B'.ectrielty. Confortable Booms. BounUfi-i
Tabl U'?od Husuurant. i'eatoasble ral??
A well supplied UAK and BBTA1L UUOOi
B8TABUSHMENT In oonnectloa. **Oosk?
?Il va that ar? "H%nory. W?<irv o? nr,."
S. H. BEALL*
ha\lns bousht out toe entire Hard wart
Stock of John ?. Stone, will oontlnus tos
at the OLD 8TAND, onCOMMIBCS ST.,and
Is now layln* in a full NBW STOCK Or
OOOD8 in the Hardware Line wbloh be Will
sell at the
Lowest Cash Prices,
tSW ?in and iMe hiss before ros bay.
Confectioner and Baker
Ho. ?19 B Street, rredorlcksburi?, Vs
Give me a call when you wa?t
C?)NFKCTI?)N8,ICBCBEASt AND PAST
?jrders il?ray :*esel?e prom-pt atteotto*