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SATURDAY.... OCTOBER 14,1899
THE VIRGINIA GRAND CAMP.
First Day s Proceedings
The Grand Oamp.Oonfederte Veterans
of Virginia .met at Polaski. Va , Wed
needay and wae largely attended that
day by an enthusiastic crowd of vet?
erans, their wires, sons end daughters.
The exercise* were held in a large tent,
and as tbe weather was pleasant, the
aooommodations were very comfortable
and so arranged that all could see and
A little before the hour of meeting at
noon, tbe young ladies of the Stonewall
' Jaokso- Inetitute, at Abingdon. in
their uniforma of gray, the sponsors,
and tbe maids of honor marched in and
took reserved seats in front of tbe plat?
form, "tbe observed of all observers."
It wae very pleasing to witness the
warm greetings of old comrades, who
/laughed and cried by turns as they re?
called their association in the brave old
days of '61 '65. The sponsors and
maids of honor, and the orlieers and ex
otfloere of tbe Grand Oamp were given
seats on tbe platform, and e-v -ru-d np
amid lond applause.
In tbe absence of the Grand Chap
lain, the exercises were opened with
prayer by Chaplain J. William Jones,
who made special petition for tbe
speedy recovery of Grand-Commander
Colonel J. J. Williams, of Winchester,
who was absent because of Illness.
In calling the meeting to order, Vice
Commander General Stith Boiling, of
Petersburg, expressed his deep regret
at tbe illness and oonstrained absence
of Colonel' Williams. Mayor John T.
Loving, of Polaski, made a very ap?
propriate address of welcome.
Comrade I. H. Larew, of James
Breathed Oamp, made the address of
welcome on the part of the camp
Comrade George L. Christian, of
Lee Oamp, Richmond, reponded in a
Commander Boiling then gracefully
introduced the sponsors end maids of
honors, who were received with loud
applause and cheers.
A letter was received from Com?
mander Williams, expressing his regret
at bis absence on account of illness,
and on motion of Comrade J. William
Jonas, a telegram of sympathy and of
prom leed prayers for his recovery was
ordered to be sent to Commander Wii
After some matters of rontine acd the
report of tbe Oommittoe on Credentials,
Colonel R. L. Maury announced resolu?
tions from Pickett Camp, Richmond,
which (under the rule) were referred
without discussion to the Committee on
Tbe Grand Oemp adjourned to 4
o'clock, and during the recess excellent
rations were issued, to which full jus
tioe was done.
At tbe afternoon session there were
read the annual reports of tbe grand
Quartermaster-General G. W. Taylor
read bis report, showing receipts and
disbursements and a balance of $49 in
Captain J. Taylor Stratton read an
Invitation from the Memorial Associa?
tion and the Richmond Chapter of
Daughters of the Confederacy, inviting
tbe Grand Oamp to attend the unveil?
ing of the monument to the " Daugh?
ter of the Confederacy." The invita?
tion was accepted with thanks.
In the absence of tbe inspector-gen
erel, T. O. Morton, bis report was read
by Adjutant Ellett. It gives interest
ing details of the visits of the inspec?
tor-general to camps.
Colonel William Keen, of Louise,
from the Committee on the Good of the
Grand Camp, made his report, and af?
ter discussion and emendment tbe fol?
lowing suggestions were adopted :
1. That ererything possible be done
to enoourage the activity of the subor?
2. That the Inspector-General be re?
quested to appoint one assistant in each
congressional district, on the recom?
mendation of the locsl camps of the
8. That the local camps be asked to
obeerve a memorial-day every year.
4. That the assessment of the subor?
dinate oamps be made 10 cents for each
member, instead of 5 cents, as now.
6. Tbat hereafter each oamp sball be
entitled to one delegate for each twen?
ty-five members, instead of each fifty.
Tbe sponsors and maids of honor of
the Second District carried a beautiful
Confederate flag, presented by Colonel
O. W. Taylor, of Norfolk, of the Pick
att Buchanan Oamp.
Dr. McGuire at night delivered to
an enthusiastic audience his superb
lecture on Stonewall Jackson."
Dr. Oady'e Condition Powders, are
Just what a horse needs when in bad
oondition. Tonic, blood purifier and
-rermifuge. They are not food bnt
mediolne and the beat in nee to put a
horse in prime oondition. Price 26
?seats per package. For sale by M. M.
fi. J. MARSHALL. K. E. SMITH
We are now manufacturing
PURE SPRIN? WATER.
This ice is an absolutely pure article,
because tbe water is boiled and filtered
before being frozen.
HT Get the best article at the Loweet
Price by purchasing from
The Fredsricksb-rg Ice...
Oats. Mill Feed, Oat and
Corn Chop. Meal, Hay, ?feo. When in
want, call on
New Spring Millinery.
?very few days we are adding toour new
and beauUful Block of Millinery? ,_ The latest
??lea In Ladlee* Straw Bailors, white, ml_ed
S black, rough and plain, from ? cents to
mjSa Girls end Boys' Bailors, white and
S??a?. fro? ?to ?LOO. BeauUful line of
SaaU- BonaeU andHaU for Children, In
Wft-te aa4 ?wlora, Ju?t reoelved, and I can
offer special bargains in them,
MB*, n. E. TOnPK!NS
Schedule (or I*
No. 1. !LV A KB 'No
8:U0 s m rT-e<,trick?'.'i:> I |
8:16 a m White's i 01 s n
8:20 a ui Mine Boa?! - p oi
8:28 ? ui Bobey * 'i M p u
8.29 s m ?Jcreaiuerviil. 2:4'? p n
8:32 ?i m Alricb 142 p n.
8:3ft * m Purnaor t' ?
8:40 e m Brock Boa?' IM p m
8:43 a in Stephen* 1SB p ru
9:00 a m Parker 2:10 p m
9:08 a ni! New Hop* 1:81 p m
9:18 a m Tinder 1:46 r n
9:28 a ni Httvnolds 1:55 -, tu
9:38 a m Verdiersvill* i 1:2.'. p r.
9:48 s m La Fayette 1:11 p a
10:03 a m1 Unionvills IHM p ?.
10:14 a m Nason 12 50 p m
10:24 a m. Taylor 12:40 p m
10:40 a m'_?l*0**._ 112:30 p m
Connections et Fredericksburg witb l?. F.
A P. B. B.. and Wwiui Steamboat Co. At
Orange with Southern and Chesapeake A
Ohio B. B.
The only line to the Chancellorsville and
Eastern 8tamiard Time. Daily except Bun
day. W. H. BICHA Iil>8. G-ii'l Manager
?Train No. 2 leaves Orange the 4th Monday
In each month at 3p.ru.
To Hot Springs.
CINCINNATI, lOl'IBVlU.K, CHICAGO
8T. LOUIS AND THE WEST.;
TBS BHOSTIST AND OrU'KBBT BoiTBTO
The m?*et direct and popular route to
Old l'oint and Norfolk.
TEAIN8 l.KAVE DOBWKLL, VA.
Sept 18 18t..'. No. 5. No. 1. No. 3
Kx-8nn Daily. Daily
Lv. Doawell.?ILKA 3:12 P 11-** P
Ar. bUunton. t 3u~ P 7:01? P 4_2A
!-.."?" I' ??-?A
... a i'
I'M I' 7-6 A
S.-HUA 5:10 I'
llrlaJA 8 OU I'
y;\< p : u a
? P T-iVA
Clifton Forge. t b.HS I
Time marked t daily except Sunday.
Pullman Bleeping Cars on Nos. land 3
for Cincinnati and Louisville.
Parl?>r Car on Not to Clifton Forge.
TRAINS FOB OLD POINT AND
Lv. Doswell..-. 7:35 A M UPM
Ar.Blehmond. MO A M ;?:.?j P M
Lv. Bichmond. .:lli A M 1:45 PM
Ar. Newport News. U:1U A M ?:ii? P M
" Old Point. 11:40 A M tMU P M
" Norfolk. 12:15 Nop? I 7a? P M
Additional trains leave Doswell 7 A. M.and
1*41 P. M.. sxoept Sunday? for Klchmond.
Por otnsr Information, address
JNO. D. POTT8,
A. G. P. A.. Bichmond. Va.
Schedule In Effect Mav 7, 1889
Trains leave Washington, ?. C.
8:01 A. M.?Daily?for Danville, Charlotte
?and way stations, conne?cting at Minuati
for Stras barg, and Harrisonburg daily and
at Lynch burg with the Norfolk and
Western daily for Boanoke and points
Southwest ami with ('. ? O. R. R. for Nat?
ural Bridge daily; and Lexington daily, ex?
cept Srinday, also connecting at l'al verton
for Warrenton and Fammier Whit* Sulphur
11:15 A. M -Daily-THK UNITKL
8TATES FAST MAIL carries Pullman,
Sleepers New York and Washington to
Jacksonville.unitir g at Salisbury with Pull?
man Sle?i>er for Asneville and Hot Springs.
N. C. K not ville, Caattanooga and Meruphia,
Tenn.. and at Charlotte with Pull?
man Sleeper for Augusta; Pullman
Sleeper New York to New Orleans, connect?
ing at Charlotte with sleeper for Birmingham
Solid train Washington to New Orleans
without chL.nge. Southern Railway Dining
cars between Washington and Spartanburg,
Sunset Personally Conducted Tourist Ex?
cursion. Through Sleeper on this train
every Tuesday and Friday to San
Francisco without change. Leave Rich?
mond at 12.01 P. M.
4:01 P. M.?Local for Strasburg and Har
rlsonburg daily except Sunday.
130 P. M.daily, local for Charlotteaville,
connecting at Cal verton for Warrenton and
Fauquier White Sulphur Springs.
y-.M P. M. daily, New York and Florida
Express Pullman Muffet Sleeping Ca:s,
New York and Washington to Tampa, via |
8avannah and Jacksonvil'e.and to Augusta
via Columbia with connection for
Aiken. Through toach to Jacksonville.
9:20 P. M. daily. Washington and
Chattanooga Limitad, via Lynchburg with
sleepers, New York and Washington to
Memphis and New Orleans through Bristol.
Through coach to Memphis. Cafe, Parlor
and Observation Car between Biuford, Va.,
and Attalla, Ala., serving all meals
10:45 P.M. daily, "WABHIN?TON asd
oomrjoaed of Pullman Vestibnled Sleep?
ers, Dining Cars and Day Coaches, Pull?
man Sleepers, New York to Nashville,
Tenn,, via Aaheville, Knoxville and CBat
tanooga; New York to Memphis, via Birm?
ingham, New York to New Orleans, via At?
lanta and Montgomery. Pullman, Library
and Observation car between New York and
Washington and Atlanta. Vestibule?! Day
Coach, Washington to Atlanta. 8outhern
Railway Dining Gar, Greensboro to Mont?
Leaves Bichmond 11 P. M.
Trains on tbe Narrow Gange reach Orange
daily at 10:40 A. M
Trains on tbe Southern Railway pus
Orange Daily ae follows :
11:20 A. M. 1:33 P. M 7 45 P. M.
11:10 A. M. 6:22 P. M. 0:10 A. M.
For rates, map folders and Bleeping Oar
Space apply to L. 8. BBOWN,
706 15th Bt. N. W.
WASHINGTON, O. 0.
FRANK 8. GANNON, 3rd Vice Free end
J. M. GULP, W. A. TUBE,
Traffic Manager. Gen'l Passenger Agent
and get tberr* to make you estimate on
TANKS 1UON OB Wt-OD.
WIND MILLS & PUMPS
and all kinds
Largest dealers in
Stoves, kg? u? Beaten.
We are prompt. We guaran?
(HENRY DANNEHL. Pao*?.)
luropean and American plan. Steam, Gas
electricity. Comfortable Booms. Bountiful
Tabi Good Restaurant. Reasonable rates
A well supplied BARaudBBTAIL LIQUOR
18TABLIBHMBNT In connection. "Come
all v? that ara " w_?tc-v. Wear* or Drv."
and the moat of them. (OORREOT
PRICES) can be fonnd at
MA?RATH * OHESLEY'S.
I Housework is Hard Enough
with even the best
soap which needs
hard muscular rub?
bing to make
things ciean. Gold
Dust does all that
soap does and saves
time aud much
Kf. 1 far fraa bi>oklat-" Qaltla? Rula*
THE N. K. PAIRBANK COMPANY
Chlup St.leal? Nawiork Boalo?
With Pleasure I Tender My Thanks
to aud assure my friends, patrons and the buying public ol my iii?.'ti
appreciation of tie cordial support they have given me. I bare the largest and
most I'ntiiplete line of (JKOOKKIKS carried by any boose in 1- r??lt?n? k-l?ur?j
They aie bought at Kock Bottom Prices aud will be mild at v??ry small profits
1 also sell the best branda of Lime, (Vment. Omloioed Plsst^r, ILi/ard ?k
Doponl Powder, Stoneware. Nails, Hay, Feed, Tobacco, Oigan, Cigarettes, Sx
I uui also agent for the Klbra Brand Mixed Paint. It is it high?! grade and bel?
ter iiuulily ?if
than ha* ever been put on the market of Its class, and more EOONOMIOAL TO
B. J. MARSHALL
NEW FIRM I NEW FIRM !
HARDWARE ! HARDWARE !
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices.
GREEN A RUSSELL.
FT EDERICKSBURG, VA,
i eadloa; Hsrd*rare rlonteol tb?? tflavsv. tiucotaasora to t ? i ?- old n il W, n
I ? i*oa VFe i-all particular attention of bnuaebuliders and ?Ui.mi.n full an?
i*0?as>i**t< *( rk ni House KuralsbiUf Hard? an? >? e aim ? arry a lui: andromplt*to si ?? k ??l
i.un?. Pistol?. Cutler; (?iin.nt.i-?' an,i bUaekamltlas' Tools of tbt
in i,???Mm ?a ii11? an?i ilia? k Powder, wltb everytblD? uomi ami useful la ihe Haruaran? Im??,
da??.-? Harb Wire. Trace and Urest Uimn?. a. .. a. . iilattbe ? | lowest i b pi I
un ml.? r tin? name and pis
GREEN & RUSSELL, ^V?m
COME AND SEE THE BEAUTIFUL
JUST OPENED BY
MRS. D. E. SMITH ?CO.
GERMANIA ROLLER MILLS.
MYER & BR?LLE, Proprietors, Frederlck?burg, Va.
Ws beve the latest and most complete Patent Boiler System In our Milis, ase nor.?
but the very choicest Virginia Wheat and our Ploar* ar* th* Unset that can be mads,
excepting none. We make tbe following brands :
MYIB A BRULLK'B BUST PATENT 8UPRBLATIVR,
GKRMANIA XXXXX EXTRA GERMANIA XX KXTBA
WRITE PLAIN PITRA.
We mass Cholos Penally Meal. Mill Peed* of ell kinds. We pay the Highest (as.
Priesa for Wbeet end Corn at Mill or Btore. G1*-* ns a cell before you bnv or sell
MYER ?* BR?LLE
r*-. ?. JOHN M. GRIFFIN.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fine Liquors, Tobacco and Cigar?.
Agency I'abst Milwaukee Larger Beer *nd best tonic. We also have in stock Ale?
Porter. Htont. etc. ?00 B 8tr???rt.
P. V ?. OoewAT. Chas.bs rJiaiDoa A IUstm*-- Hewaas
Conway, Gordon & Qarnett
COMMERCE STREET, FRBDERICKBBURG, VA.
Rn.nl* ??pans 0 A.M. I Bank closes 6 P.M Collertiorif mai'i oo ail .> ?in?
We have just opened the largfut and
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,
911 B. Street Frederick-burg, Va.
SMITH & COGHILL
JOHN F. SCOTT
Hardware and b.rdfin Specialties
(Joe door beiow Cbas. Wallaos A Bro.
? -ol? tras or ?
Barb Wire, Guns, Pistols,Rasors, Knives
Ac, will be sold at reduced prices to suit th
tbe times. Money cen be saved by porch**,
???at snOTT'H Hardware 8tore.
TIMOTHY AND OTHER
Baker's (Ohemioal Company of Oan
ton) Standard Fertilizers, Bone Meal,
South Carolina Bone, &c. For sale by
MAGRATH & OHESLEY.
The Iron Duke
is guaranteed by as arid if the bristles
fall ont we will give yon another. Can
anything be fairer.
Johnston & Pearson
M. O. W1LLI8. President; A.P. BUWB.Jr
Vloe-Presldent: B. P. CRI8M0ND, Bee
retary ; B. D. COLS, Treasurer.
Tbe Cheapest Telephone Servloe In V1 relnU
Prompt and efficient servloe O D ARANTain
H P. 0BISMOMD,
111 Who Regularly Employ le.
Old Reliable Liveryman. K? Qeora-e Street
Pliune SS. Krederickabur*. Va.,
will take Ons Passenger and Trunk ?x> or
from tbe depot for 25 cents, or trunk 1"> cents.
Also horses and tius-eles for sale or hire.
Manufacturer and Dealer tn
! AKKIAUB8 BUKKKYH, Bt"?Oiar
AND (AK ib
CONCUBD AND 8PINDF1 HAMM,
Plgtform Spring Wagons.
Buainaas and Pleasure Waajon? of sverj
description. Special attention ?1 r?? . to r
palrln* and rawwlnttn?'
Confectioner and Baker,
Wo. Pi? B Street, Frrdcrltkslnirir. Va.
(Jive me a call when you want
CONFECTIONS. ICE CREAM ANII PASTS f
Order? *?lway ".ecefvc prompt attention.
MAGRATH & CDESLEY'S.
Oats and Salt.
One oar Choice Oats,
One car Fine Salt,
One oar Ground Alum Salt.
Will sell from oar or store.
MAGRATH. & CHE3LEY.
Empire Grain Drills
R. L. BISOOE.
Let Us Talk Coffee.
After an experience of buying end
selling ooffee for forty-two years, we
claim to bave some knowledge of the
good and inferior article. For a nice,
mild and smooth drink we oannot too
highly recommend the "ROYAL
ARMS, " roasted Mocha and Java
Oan be had of ns
_MAGRATH A OHESLEY.
end the most of it (AT OORREOT
PRIOES) can be had at
Puzzle for Politicians.
The l'ittuliurj* liispati-h say
Tbe Bam .1 n? - rote In ? ib
qneetloa which i? causing the mimai'
m?* |> lihi'iaiiN a good deal of entions
speonlatiofl w*hal i? known Is tti??i the
petitions ?alr??taiiy Bled fot tii?? nomine
h m f Hu? golden role candidate oon
t.iin about 18,000 nemes, end it :
p-acted that tin- whole of the petitions
??.ill luolnde HO.OOO to 80,000 names,
i in ? indi ration of i? considerable m ive?
uii'iit to independence c?nsese Dnttei
which Is betrayed by the general plea
thai it i- m ?i?-ti easier to get signers to
t? petition tin?n to gel the rota?, of tin*
?iguers Witii regard to tin? ordin?r?
itvui h tin?? mat be true, bnt ? man Is
not lia> ly I i ?lifii Ins nanu? to a m ?ni i -
n.?il h paper unices be Intends to ?up
?i it the nomination. 1' Is evident that
tin?? factor of uncertainty canses a de?
cided nervousness among tin? regular
party men it the Dem .ruts believed
thai more thin half tii?? Jones rote
WOOld Dome from their ranks, tlmy
would In? very mncfa disposed t i throw
op tlo'ir bends If Ihs Republicans
though) tlii?t tii?? great ??art of the 80.?
000 or more rotes wonld be from ttn-ir
Midi? they wi nld feel >?*ry ><f|iiirmy
Thai tlicy do feel aneas] i" proved hy
tbe energy witb which the Republicans
are sverring thai the J mes rote will
iity jii Demooratio, amitiit' Dem*
oersts are (Ipi-1 jrin? tli!?t it will I???
wh iiy R? pnblioan
T?tter, Salt Kbanm and Eciema,
Hie int*?iise itching and nmartiiii' In*
?ident to tbeea diawjaeas, im mstuntly
allayed hy applying Obamberlaln's Bye
.?ml Skin Ointment. Many very had
nava bean permanently rarad by
it. It im ???lually ctllciciit fur itching
pilrs umi a f.?vi.r.?ti? lemedy fm sore
nipples, chapped hand, ohilblains,
froei bites ami chrome ?ore eyes,
(>?r (???I Kor na?t? by M. M l.cwi?
P. McGracken, Bro. & Co.,
-Whdi.bsali awn Kitaiiv?
UROGRR8 AND LIQUOR DBALIRB.
?tier r??n ihoiiS?iiit Uallons PDRI kyh
ind BOITRRUN WHISKIES from the fol
towingwsll known distilleries (?raf ,? Co.
if oIihi Boons Oonnty instilling Oo., of
Kentucky Ito-nticalloDistillery, of Mary
and, and W. K. Orsy, of Pacnaylvanla.
1 tifor Bcrgnar?gngls'sfagsrBeer
lliey al.-o offer Htapleand Kanry Urorenea.
Agricultural Implement?, Heeds, (iuano aud
DBA I.KK IN'
Liquors and lirocerlts,
lOmmerceSt?, FREDERICKSBURG, VA
1 an ? '. ebratpd
aI'IM.I.UixiD WHlBKRT. t a ?... keep all
?rrailea <.f Whiskey, 'p.ra t?l 00 ni> i<? H in per
?ralliin. Kim - ' Host in
the world. A PI" LB liliANi'l i> from C.UU to
read I'utiiDia?' Rerrlnn on
t?..ur Interest by cal Huron me be
Ulf '.r iiiakinif ymir purcriaae*.
Mit.-?. .IHN? I | MONROKV
G ROC E RIES.
-AM1LY GROCKBIKS OP ALL EJNDB.
My ?t<?ck of Llqnor* is large, consisting of
foreign *nd Domestic RRAN1)IK8.
\!'plewoo<l and Parmers Priend Pure
Rye Whiskey. V2 s gallon.
?AGNIPICENT AlTLE BRANDY WAR?
t. U Q E N E BODE.
M I ?MM EB(K AND LIBERTY BT8.
ELK RUN WHISKEY.
rate oelebrated brand of KENTl'CRY
PURE RYE WHIBKEY >:iiar?nteed im
proof and 3**~eB*S old at #'..' pergelfon is for
wie t'y Mrs. J K. Monroe. OOl
(treat, Krtjdericksburg, \a. Por flavor it
im no rarsarior at th?1 price. Itiasaooth,
leaiant to drink, and there is nota head
ache in a gallon Dome and try if, and von
will buy no other.
ML! m YEARS till
ITe proralsexl the ? i
ire of tbeir i rou d five
? i m . and
tbe pruol we heve for it Is 'li?t tods
contra ' ' rade ol snj I
???i t on, and a* we bave mad ? our trade we
?hall ?till hold it and that is by (Ivlng pun
ro ds. I and your money's wortb,
Vi.n- choice "' ai . m Ine it.m.is
at ItfcOO B* r ?.-.i
King of Kentucky,
Whiskey from $1.20 per gal. op.
i. INS. I.TM-, I'd; AMi'liS. lll'.KK
AND in? I II. Kl? LIQUORS.
and nil good* to he found ?n a wboleaale and
r< tall Liquor sod Tobacoo House.
We sppreclat? -roar patroewae.
Strasburger & Son,
111 and I1SM Commerce at.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Pure Rye Whiskey, l"nre. Old Bnrn, Pur?
Holland Oin, Pure Sherry Wine, Pure
Krench Hrandy, Pure Apple Brandy.
Pure Peach Brandy, Pnre Blackberr)
Hrandy. A complete stock of I.ianort
for medical nse at tbe old Rehab!?
CHAS. WALLACE* BRO.
Cor. Main Commerce 8ts.
December 1, 1897.
S. H. BEALL,
a?\ in? bought out the entire Hardware
Stock of John A. Stone, will continue the
at the OLD STAND, on COMMBRCR 8T..an?l
1* now laying in a full NBW STOCK OF
UOODS In the Hardware Line which he will
sell at the
Lowest Cash Prices,
ess- On and ?**< him before rou bur.
DON'T FORGET THAT
When you want an easy Share
A* good as a Barber ever rave.
Just call on me at my Saloon,
At morn and eve or busy noon,
I comb and dress the hair with grate.
To suit the countenance of your race
lis room I* neat, my towels clean,
Scissors sharp and raaor* keen :
And all that art and skill can do
If you will call I'll do for you.
Sasora put In order at ?h?rt notle*.
W M RAVI.np
W. S, EMBREY.
?flnooeesor to Kmbrey A Berrymen.)
Dealer In RAILPOAD 0RO88 TIBS. OR
1>A R POSTS, SPUKX8 AND HOOPS
Keep* constantly on banda large snpplr
?f Haled Hay and Mill Peed. HrOiwM
Iba "??'" '?i^a ".?'.?'?-r???-!.! <-?
Scrofula, a Vile
Berofulals the mn?t obit InafKofb'ood
troublas, and la often the result of *r
Inherited taint in the blood. B. t? t?
I* the only r.Tiiedy which ?roes dee?
enough to reach Scrofula; it fur.-?"? mil
every trace of the dis?'a*e. and ciirvi
the worst ens*1*.
My son, Ch?rll*.w?ia?Tilof>?(1 fmm Infanej
?wirii ?Wiifui*. *nd he eesTeredeo that u w*i
i m ? il la t?. drees Mm
for tlir?e jmr*. If 1 ?
hod ?nf| !?,(]/ war? *
mai* of soree, ?nd his
ijfilKlit alio I..--1?H*
? ffhi-ted. No trratinMn.
W*l ?p?rcd that w*
though i woniii raMeve
him. nut h?? gr*?w worse
until hi* oi'ioiitlun wa*
Indeed pitiaiil*. I bad
lMp*lrt>d of III*
SV*! Irf-In* aured, whi'n
by th* advine of a f rl*?ii?t
w?? fKvf. hlra 8. 8. 8.
(Hwlft* Hf.-.ll?-). Ail*.
aided Improvement was the reault. and ?f*??i
rn? had taken * dosen bottle*, no eae who know
f.f hi* former draadfol condition irould hav*
ill ti?* sores on lo* i>...i?
I hi* skin Is perfectly r-iear and
' i, ?lid hu ha* been restored to perfacl
health. Mm. 8 A Manar.
?SO Kirn til., -???m.. Sa
For real blood troubles It is a waite
of time to expect a eure from the doc?
tor*. Mond diseases are beyond their
?kill. Swift's Bpa*otfla,
rvaacbaa all daap eaatad cases whirs
Oth'T remMlo* have no vf feet upon. It
Is the ??nly blood remedy ?*un.rant'*f*d
purelj vegetable, and contains no pot?
ash, mercury, or other mineral.
Books nisilcd free to any address by
Swift Hpeciilo Co . Atlanta, Ga.
Tne VVeenis SieamDoat Go.
'I MMKIl AHKAN'
BAI.T1M0::K KKKJIKItK'KBiH'KO ANl
I'AlM'Ar.ANNO? K KJVKH HOI TK.
tin an.I after r.' -.in?.
RithmonU, Lancaster und Bases will
leave Pier i, I. ght 8tn?et, Baltimore, even
I) and Fru?a? hi I i I \< in . fol I n I
. u .i ell ? r.,r\ ea on thi
p.m. tide permitting.) Monday, and Thurs
day. Luedsuiwn at * '?>" * at., Tuesdaj and
. foi u* ' Imore.
i; i i mon >> i dnesd?-. si 4 D p. m
. ami all wharves below.
lia] Port tie turo log a I
f. ? ?it - I a. m., on Thursday for
la I tin
Leave Baltimore at i Bip m., Tbursday.foi
Tappahannotk an.) a: wharves below eicept
Hay Port, Mlllenbevk and Merrj I'olot !(<?
tnniinir will ?r*vc Tappahannock at
- a. in. Monday for Haitian re.
VN : ea'? rapp n k ai 12
? dio at
ire M ?Saturday foi
Tapi ahannock, call lug <t j
No freight receive?* lor outgoing steamers
aft"- la m., on sailing davs.
Freight received for all stations on Po?
tomac Fredericksburg A Piedmont R. R.
POTOMAC Kl VRK KOL'TB.
Beginning Tuesday, May raith. ?teamen?
Potomac and Sue will leave Pier '?>. Light
Streit. Haitimnre. every Tuesday, Thuradai
and Saturday, at S P. M. lor Alexandria and
Waabioffton, calling at all ol th<- u?ual land
.??- Roturninaj will leave 7th Street Wharf,
g-ton. it i r. M., Tii.-tHlay, Thuradaj
Hint Sun.lay. iroing a? lar as l.?-<?nariltowti OD
Mi.-?..' eventnga. will leave i.?-<innriitown at
i. a.m.. Klnsals hi l-' M., Miller's a?SP,
M? Orason'a al 1 P M. an?) 6*000*8 at S )'. M?.
Monday, Wednesday anal Friday, arriving In
Baltimore ?.ariy the inllowing morning.
Prelght received dally in Baltimore
freight received dally at I'icr 9. Light
HKNKY WILLIAMS'. Agent,
at Halt 1 mo re, Md
1 n'HKN-it'N A BRO.. Agents,
at Washington. D. I'
at Norfolk, Va
W. D. SCOTT. Agent.
at Kroderlcknhurar. Va
E. K. WHEELER,
da :ce*sor of Williams A Wheeler), conduct?
tuf UNilKKTAklNO B CHINKS? al the old
stand, coiner Main and CharlottestreeU. All
oru?.i? from home and abroad promptly and
ntlifar-torily attended to either st ni?hi 01
Hearse and Carriages always ready to a*
'.end funerals. Thankingthe publie for pa?
ornage so geneionsly bestowed h? asks
?jontlnnarto? of tha tain*
AND DKAIKK IK
?tents' Furnishing Good.?
My Stock Is now complete In every d?pan?
nent, consisting of the latest style*? and beat
fabrics from French, English, Scotch and
American manufactur?e, selected with the
<reatest care with the view to supply tht
wants and taste of every customer, ifvery
Bottom Prices and Satlsfactioo
Also full line of dents Famishing Uoodi
ruch as Dress Shirt?, Night Shirts Drawers,
Collars, Cuffs, Uloves, Suspenders, Scarfs.
rtee, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Half
Hose, Scarf Pins, Cuff and Collar Buttons,
Watch Chains and Charroi "'.lis A?naca and
lingham Uaibrellas, ?fee.
WET Call and ?ramln? our ?toe?*
GEO. J. FLETCHER,
AKCHITKCT AND BUILDER,
Plans, Specifications, Elevations. Details
Work of all kinds in the building line.
Thorough personal supervision of al
Wirk it\MT\ ?a- nnnnl?1?
Pure Country Vinegar
and fresh PICKLING SPICES
(correct prices) at
Magrath & Chesley's.
Has Moved His Tonsorial Parlor
Mr. Charles Lawson has moved his Tonsorial
Parlor from upper Commerce street to the
office lately occupied by the Free Lance,
where be Is prepared todo all wort such a?
Shaving, Hair Cutting, Shampooing and Htlj
Dressing In the most artistic manner. H
shop Is large and commodious, always coo
even In this most oppressive weather. Neat?
ness and the latest style of work will be ont
of the chief feature? of this establishment
rive mes oaii
? ??? a HI RR i,a who.?.
Attention Harvesters !
MACHINE OIL and FLY PAPER
Magrath & Ohesley's.
GEORGE FKEEMAN ,FR
Highest oash price paid for country
We want to make 1899 our
Special prices on all Goods during Fair Week.
Make our Store your HEADQUARTERS. Largest
stock and greatest variety of Dry Goods ever
shown in Old Fredericksburg. Remember the
Red Seal Cloak.
J. T. LOWERY & CO.
lhe Cheapest Dry Goods and Notion House in Va.
HUNDREDS OF STOVES
To select from.
Uiinif* one, oome .ill t 'in- M.niimtith Stove liouw* end look ami get pr?tes
I have BTOVEfl ? f all kind?, i?t prioet from f,'? tu #?0. My st<x'k ni stove- . i
?lists tif the lx??t with fin?' rft.uUtii.fi. and an* lnwer than ever. Ky calling at
my plaefl you will Mft many i? dollar. I'lnmhing a ?ip*"eialty.
R. L. STONE. 203 Commerce St.
WALLACE & COMPANY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Boots, Shoes and Hats.
Our fell Mfii?-k it complete All fOOdl fresh from tii- ' i. tory. (1. t our
pricea before baying
Wallack & Company.
Shoes For Warm Weather
Ladies Dongola Strap Sandals, 2i 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 ? TIMBERLAKE.
921 Mitiu Street. Opp. Markt*. Kntranoe
Do not fail to visit
Vuii will see tbfl great? It ?show ?u DBY UOOD8, A ?.. fver on exhibition
in the old town of Prederiekebarf. Thif- is not only a r:h?>w in quantity,but
in price*, styl*s ami ijunlity. A imall pocket book will stand a good ?bow
We will sel! you our 10c Plaid Dress (ioods at ?jc We want everybody to
see our stork and get our prices before buying their winter goods.
W?? want you to come.
E. T. Baker,
MAKKET CORNER? FREDERItfKSBUR?, VA
We Have dot Them at Last.
Having bought at my trip North last week goods way below mannfaoturer't
price. Men's Oalf Boots, hand sewed, worth f? ?0, at #.i. *>0; Men's Oalf Pegged
Boots at $2.(K); Ladies' Oxford Ties, worth $1.60. at #1 00 ; wor.h $1.25, at Wo.
Misses' Oxfords from f 1.00 to 40 cents ; Child's 25. My stock must be sold. No
r sonable offer refused for any goods. Come and ?'xanune my stock and be
Henry Wissner, ? Mam street.
???~??~???~ ????>???~?*'??? i ??????????-?~?*?_??-;
7<J nillions in the Clothing Trade
Tins combino ha* bees* formed for the par-poeo of for?intr the pri?e ol clothlnS
the p ople, and ml the pockets of the capitalist we have declared ?ai a*am*t *uch devils
end wilt flghl in defense of the oomsaon people, who have little BBoney.but mu*i bave clothes
?nd she?-.. ~
Men'* milts from $1 i"> t<?$7..'?n.
iin>? suits from SO cent* toa*.eo.
Mod's -iIhm-? frocs ',.'> lo $i i">.
Men'* Une Besapi?s shot1 ? ILfiO roBMB, worth doubl?' the monev
I.M'lli* nanipll? rlh?K'8, line, MoeotS toll Jai
Baby shoes 18 oent* to 'St.
Hoy* suit* from si)cents to 13.%.
Ladles ?'Win-, t. ii 00to 11.?.
Ladies trimmed bets p? cut-, totl.n.
Silk bosom shirt? '?? cents, latest ?ml.
BPBCM I. -a*** have a very Use line of suits, worth frota _ to II doiai rs we will close out
from v>.00 to |7 iW. We had expected to start e eiothlec saaaafaoturliat imsm?-**. buta*th*
capitaliat* have forced the prtoeof eiotha up. wa will oontlaue t<> i> ?? irons hrvaen mur
chant* and continue to sell goods at one hall what ni/ular men liant* can sell at.
MAORIS & CO ;!''H'OMMI':KrK ?ST.. Next to K. VV. Mills, hitman's Old
NEW YORK BARGAIN HOUSE.
THERE ARE SHOES AND SHOES?
From the way onr business has steadily increased it proves that we are giving
oi-ii values in footwear. It hits always been our aim to sell ??hoee that wear. Our
SHOES. SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS
wer1- never better than they ar this season. Try a pair.
*"?"*' *-?-*?? j. F. BROWN.
We have just received a large lot of
FLOWER POTS AND CUSPIDORS.
Gardeners, we can give you lowest prices.
-SPECIAL PRICES ON DOZEN LOTS.
BOSTON VARIETY STORE.
Next to McCracken*& Bro. 309 Commerce Street
ECKENRODE, PERRY & CO.
THE BIG STORE!
We can s?U you anything you want. CLOTHING, 8HOES, HATS, GENTS'
FURNISHINGS. Oall and see us before you buy.
Whe Excelsior toller Mills
GILT EDGE FAMILY. HIGH GRADE FAMILY
XXXX XXHlQH GRADE EXTRA.
I am now prepared to give eapecial attention to exchange work, both wheat
and corn and will give good reeulte of flour and feed, meal and hot-re. PItMaw
?end clean irrain and dry. Flour 88 to 87 pound? per bushel wheat, meal 47
pounds per bushel i;??rn.