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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial :md Hanufacturin?: Interests of Fredericksburjr and the Tidewater and Piedmont Com
vol. If).?No li!
Frkdericksbtjr?, Va Saturday, ? i r 28 1899.
Price 3 cents
GEORGE IrV ?;^ TE*
BlIII.DFtt AM? CONTRAT NIK
oonir&ct im er?
dur -an.', supei
SSI* I'harri-i rejar
A. ??A&Oh t^At/.
?Contractor and Bn,
"iT. i la ?.-???- ?t. Oj 1*1
SW<i. ai-an. ?
?i uip' > a ' ? : r ? ' ? M ? ? ? ?
I. iltoB er'.. a
MOULDINGS. CASINGS Et?
~ DOORS. SASH & BLINDS
Ju?t rece:ved a arirt- ot o'
Blinds, Cypress Shingles
N. C. Flooring and
?mien 1 ?el gheapet than ? | i
In the city.
Call and fet rr.y price? before buyl .
1? r-immerce "ifre'-t and Nation? rn olevart1
DON'T FORGET THAT
When you want an easy daave
A? rood a? a Bart-er evi : |
Just call on me at my Ba
At more and ore nr l>..?y noon.
I comb aud dres? the hair w . ' - . ?
To auit the countenance of your fa >*
My room Is neat, my towe.s c.ean
Scissor? ?harp and rasor? -
And all that art and skill can do
If you will call I'll do for you.
etamr? pu? In order at ?bort not;ce.
W H Rivini
Confectioner and Baker,
N . OS B Street . va
(. .. e ?M it .-.
CONPBCnuNa ICRCRBAMA" DPA8TRT
ur rr? ?way *:ee?lve promp atte-?
NEW FALL CLOTHING.
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i LiiUren s Svl i i \ r ra K n
I.'.u ? -t
- -? . ,-r. On \ ?
I'ant? niel Coat? ami ? >\ ?
IAMR8 1 s
H I. MARSHALL, I: I:.
We are now manufacturing
PURE SPRINT WATER.
This ?<e i? an absolut? lv pure article,
because the water i? bulled and filtered
befur? being frrz?n.
l^s/-(Jet the be?t article al the Lowest j
Pries by purchasing from
The "::.,:.,?..:: Ice ',:.
JOHN F. SCOTT
Hardiara and rard?an Spsclditi?,
Uns dooi below Chas. Wallao? * Ira,
? rt/u. uas oy ?
Barb Wire, Uuns, Pistols, Razor? Knlvet
Ac., will be sold at reduced prices to suit th
the times. Money can be saved by purohie.
nc a? ?nOTT'H Ranlwara Rtnre
W. S. EMBREY.
Itfuoosaeor to Rmbrey A Berry man.)
Dealer In RAILROAD CR08B TIES, L'l
DAR POSTS, 8POKK8 AND HOOP8
Keeps constantly on hand a large suppl?
of Baled Hay and Mill Feed. BsTOffloe tae
R*llr<vaai IVsrxrt PrarUrlak-ebnra- V?
TIMOTHY AND OTHER
Raker's (Uhemical Company of Can?
ton) Standard Fertilizers, Rone Meal,
South Carolina Rone, &o. For sale by
MAORATH & OHE3LEY
aod the niuKt uf them (PORREO r
t'Rl ;KS) eau be femad at
MA?HATH ? (JliEoLEY't?.
A DISORDERED LIVER CAUSES SA DTIJOI OUTS. WHEN
- ARE OVERSTRAINED ?1V WORK
.'ARE THE STOM - IMMEDIATE
E WEAKENED IN THEIR ACTION AN!- HIE
; [S MADE FOUI '. ?'HEALTHY WITH ?M
Loon ?? s :.!?'.
Pa ine's Celery
Liver, Stomach, Kidneys,
THE WORLD'S REMEDY for Disease, restores
these great nerve centres to healthy action The
blood is made cleat?, rich and in full quantity.
Muscle tissues are nourished, invigorated, and the
body is healthy. Immediate relief is given to the
Mrs. Jennie H. SihkIh, Vaughns, (?a., writes. "1 have
?-n years with what the call neuralgia o?
ili? liv-r, and nevei had any relief from the doctor's medicine,
or anything else, until [began using Paine's Celery Com?
pound. 1 have tuk?n about three bon!-?? and have not suffered
any since I lirsl began t<> tak* it.
;- I feel that it has saved my life, and hope all who suii-r
as 1 have will ?give Paine's Celery Compound a fair trial.'*
We riust Apologize
to the trade for not attending to our adver
tisements in this paper and telling you what bar?
gains we are selling despite the advance in goods
and keeping you posted on prices generally, but our
immense stock and manner of doing business has
so increased our trade that we have not had the
time to write advertisements, but remember that
we are strictly up-to-date and keep the latest
styles. Prices are sure to be Rock Bottom. (Clos?
ing out sales cut no figure with us. ) All prices guar?
J. T. LOWERY & CO.
The Cheapest Dry Goods and Notion House in Va.
Wholesale and Retail.
GERMANIA ROLLER MILLS.
/tlYER & BR?LLE, Proprietor.., Frederlckaburg;, Va.
We bave the latest and most oomplete Patent Koller System tu nur Mills, use none
bat the rery choicest Virgin's Wheat and ?>ur Floors ars the finest that nan be mads,
exceptinp none We make the following brands:
tf YKR <s i.KXLLK'8 BEST PATENT SPPERLATIVB,
UERMANIA XXXXX RXTRA UKRMANIA XX EXTRA,
WHITE PLAIN J?XTKA.
Wsmake ?moloe Kamlly Meal. Mill Paeds of all kinds. We ?par the Highest Oast
r'rlossfor Wheat and ?lorn at still or Wora (ji v? as a call before you bur or sell.
MVF.R * RRTTLLF
We have just opened the largest 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 Fr^ericksburg. Va.
SMITH & COGHILL
The Chi: Campaign,
II I, Weal writ? the W i
? ? Posl from t*pi
.' I ?; ?. as '
' her? l??n ghl II.lei
ITS ?Ot tl
llie (i ?vi nur, ?ho li-.'l - -p.-nt "? il
n! in- bom?? lilt'-, loui
In Ii-hv.- t ir ?'??I imbn ? H?
'.lim- ihn! lili- -111 Q
?? Ml I . VI 11 Will) ' '
.-? i.tt* ' tical si
mi >n ??! mors i ban i>r?l
n?i.hi in? prea? :
The [set is thai a
r the Kepul I brmi
I'lu-V 111 v. ? ? l"! CtiODBtl
i??r ?i iv .
t ? the V. M C. A. I
other 110 ?"<<> to the M 01 c H ?m
Hin! whose agricultural mi
wo? .*.-? give ? ?
1 .'??'i' m n
i. ii, -
strati- IbBl It ? -
ever with the
?? from tb?
stances N- \: Tl ii'sday, foi t-xai
I BI I. ? I
maul ol the meettnt w i
coooter demon tratioa btm nrrang?
at the State Reformatory in L
tor. t?. occur at tl.?? sann- boor,
v Bushnell will i*i ?
The Governor bas not, sod will no
participate in Ibe campaign. He r?
.as t-vrry on knows, Ibe letl
'? . nt t?i him, decli
ne ol the State b ?arda ? i
?. iv Basbnvll, beeaoM be In -
ciation with Ibe Qovernoi to ? ??
d ?u fle I and again I
Hen. Oroivenor lias also wril
? ?th? 'i ?vernor ? itrenelj fran
in its uncomplimentary sil
Tbese things, ainl tin- fu .'t lb ?
1 ' ?v? mor was not invitioi to th?
ing ot the Republican campaign ?
Akron, and tbat Hinna, m In
I? ?I mention
mg him by same until a few day
Bgo, bave widened the b i
twi-en the pari
?? iv. Bnshn? ?i will no!
Iv admit tbat be is host.li> to th?
.:: candidate, ??:
If from partieipaiiiu" in tb?
esmpaign on the grouud ot I? ,
anil health. Hifl son-in-law is mik
ing speeches for Nash, ac?l this fac
?a being nsed hers at his home i?y tb?
I,' |i ibhcani to neutra
opposition. It wn? tbrongh him tba
the [niblie b? rami' acpairitml witl
the eirenmstancei ander whieb Mc
L?an t.?? ?rded lioaucial aid to Mr
McKinley, and today, when I talk??
with hira. be hnil n>-vi-r a w.ir?!
about N'ash, bat eulogized Jones,
REGARD.! -:n? KKK.
" I know him, and I know be
ro man," .-aid ?i iv. Bn
" lie is a man, too, wh?? prscticei
what he preaches, beeanse in- share?
his profits with his workingmen. Bil
doctrine ol universal brotherhood up
pesia to the color??! man, ami it it
'range that his doctrines ?n be
mg pr? ached to large andiene?
ein tell you," contin 11 ?wer
nor, " an interesting inci?l"nt wnu-h
?rates Jones' character. Ojedaj
one ot his foremen nailed up a
' No Help Wanted." Mr Jones Bane
along and saw it. Instantly he or?
dered it removed. ' If a poor man
out of work comes along," Mr. Jones
stid, ' we will not slap him in the
fice with that sign. I.'t him come
in and ask for work, and if we can
do anything for him we will, but if
we can't, we will at least tell bin Bfl
as kindly as possible. Wo won't dis
courage him with a heartless sign like
that.' So," added Qjv. Musbneil,
" the sign was never ??-en again oa
Mr. Jones' shop??."
While Uov Bashnell was speidiog
away toward Columbus, Postmaster
??eneral Smith was eulogizing him
from the platform of the auditorium
of the city hsll. The room, whieb
holds 1,500 people, was about tbree
<? lartera fall, and this was said to be
tue largest attendance of any politi?
cal meeting held here since the cam?
paign opened. Judge Nash, when he
spoke here, was greeted by a men
handful of people, and since then the
apathy of the Republicans has been
very marked. Mr. Smith spoke in
high terms of Bushneil, recalling his
association with him in tbe campaign
of 180'?, and asserting that the excel?
lence of bis two administrations had
demonstrated the wisdom of tbe par.
ty's action in nominating ar d
PUASSE nr-HNKl.i.'s k.mi'I."
Mr. Smith also referred to the ac
tive part which Bushneil bad taken
in tbe development of this city, aud
praised the industry and ability
which bad marked his successful
career. Of coarse, the audience, in
which Bushnell's employ-* .. were
quite numerous, loudly applauded
Mr. Smith's graceful and diplomatic
compliment.?, and the Republican
leaders, after tbe meeting, said tbat
the Postmaster General had material?
ly aided tbem in harmonizing the
party. When it is remembered tbat
Clark County, in which Springfield is
situated, is Republican by only 1,200
msprity, and that if the workmen in
the Bushnell shops should vote for
Jones or McLean this majority would
be wiped out, the importance of a
solid Republican vote can be ap
preciated. In fact, the key to the
situation in the couaty is in these
shops. The Democrats claim that the
men will resent what they call Nash's
insult to Bushnell, while the Re
publicans assert there will be n>? de
It is estimated that Bashnell can
personally exert influence over about
500 votes in the city and county out
A Beautiful Lawn
WOOD'S EVI ROREEIN
Lawn Grass Seed
. ' '
I. W. WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen. Richmond, \;i.
Its, ?( lu- de?in s to rj ?
a id populan! v Be bas bean i
dcot lii-r?- lines 1851, ha.-* built
-ml ?s president il ?nsl bank
Hi- local i- -wu in tbe
gi ons] electiou, when
Weaver, tt?<- H 'publican candidate
I ni nt y
I KiniH-y, who h ailed th ?
tu-kit si secretary of S ate. W
eader in mi b|
. and wa?
ame reeling I ment is
-bosvu toward Mash, tbe normal Re
can maj inty in tbe emu.' .
be sadly reduced, To remove tbis
sentiment Postmaster Qeneral 8mitb
was thrown into the brsaeb, and rt"
iblicans are now jubilantly
cliiminvr the county as perfectly
. ? '
A pecial to the Washirg'on, I).
1 . Post, from ' lombas, ' ?hio, of
Poi n tho Republicans
?ay that, while they have a harl
m hand, they will elect Judge
govi -rnor by at least 25,000
rity. Por private far they
ftaukly admit tbers are so many uu
certainties entering ?uto the canvass
mat predictions as to tbe result are
B?Dg paramount, eon
?ervative Republicans believe the
l-nt is to be congratulated up m
not identifying him?elf more tbrough
iv with the campaign now pending.
ii his Western trip
vers widely circulated and used with
? Iect,ba? the President's friend?
commend mut heartly his course in
not making a more extended spetch
making tour of this Srate. To have
done so, tbey say, would have been
trd his political future on the
result of an otT year election not di?
rectly or indirectly involving hi?
career at tbe White Boose, "a the
i, as they bars been presented
to tbe people, a Dem ?ersti ? i
will Dot, t?a- President's frieods say.
be in any sense a r?pudiation of hie
administration. On the contrary,
tbey insist that, even if I > lio should
go Democratic this year, Mr. Mc?
Kinley will undoubtedly carry ths
in 1900. lu fact, some Re*
publicans go so far as to as?ert that
an i flyear defeat would strengthen
arty and pu: it m better lighting
trim for the national campaign than
it would otherwise be. They hold
that it there are locnl feuds to be
settled this is the time tosettle them,
wnen Mr. lieKtnley's interests are
not at stake. That there is s revolt
against Senator Hanna is plain to all
who nave studied the local condi?
tion?. Hjw widespread and deep
rooted it may be nobody can tell un?
til the vote? aro counted, but if
Hannaism, socailed, be doomed to
defeat the conservative friends of
tbe President are pleased that he
will be in position not to be carried
down in the disaster. Whatever the
lesuP, they are strongly of tbe opin?
ion that it was, and still is. the part
of wisdom for him to keep hands off
a campaign fraught with so many
dangers and uncertainties.
Republicans recall the f*te of the
administration that, endeavoreil to
make Folger governor of New York.
S1CQ Beward, S100.
Tae reader? ??: this paper wfll be plea? d to
? at there - a; .cast oac dreadi
n able t.. cun
|i v ami that i- ? Sta< rh. Hal '?Catarrh
Care is tbe only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity, i'atarrh hclnir ?
ti.ti hhI disease, requires a eonttltutlonal
treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken in
ternally, act n?Tdirectly upon the Mood anil
: 'in- m-tem thereby de
j stioyiiur the fonadatlon of the Sisease,aad
? tivluftae patient strength by building up
the oonsl Intimi ami a?8lstinK nature in il"
Inf lta werh. The proprietor? have g > much
s Itsonratlve powers tfcat they offer
0 ? Untadme Dollar* for any case that it
m are. semi for Usl ol testtsaw
A<hire?-. r.J CHEN EVA i >.. Toii-lo. O.
: by I'ruKirl?!". '?'?'.
Hull's Family Pille aw the best.
All our sense? do not ?lumber simul?
taneously. They fall into insensibili
! ty one after another. First the eyelid?
obfeure ?ight, and the ?ease of taste is
I text to lose susceptibility. Smelling,
: hearing and touch then full >w. Touch
is the lightest sleeper and most easily
Tetter, Sait-Shsum and Ecxema.
The Intense itching and smarting in?
I oident to these diseases, la instantly
i allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye
sod Skin Ointment. Many very bad
oases nave been permanently cured by
it It is equally efficient for itching
pi le? and a favorate remedy for ?ore
nipples, chapped hand, chilblains,
frost bites and chromo sore eyes, a?ots.
per box ?Vor aale by M. M. L?*wi?.
,. f Th i
I. in? istet \ \ < < ??
: Hon h is
i le to m? tl k k, f r
they ' it they ?a 111 not beh Id
his like again IT? der lus supervision
the reel ?ry has been si I irged and im?
proved, much of the interior w ?rk
the lab r of bis own ? i Ingen
gbly pra? He il man, he
i? in loach with ? v.ith
a? nun it i DB of Ohriatisna be h la
ever evinced thai sympathy which
? IhrlBl brought, ria "The I i
' m in
The weather ? ly, i nt de
- Dg, af er the i
th ol I? inn Sommer Th
ariea of this month have beennotl
t?i uli l day we don flannels, i mor
row we ossl it ? if Today before a
?ir rr ?w mi the ?porch
rer lovera have i.n perplexed;
-? m their treesorea foc a few
dsyi boura Bometimsa ?only to (?ot
thi-m nut of doora again to bask In the
Ths Dam ? ruts ?i ?wn here sre at! 1 at
; ???, ami the rabid p ?iltici u
I. tiiiSKt.-r ar<> lit? nfthe ?uul
Ity of m-afortanea which I
Bi law little ?nnty
Mr Osraey, who livea neat Merry
i- typhoid in
his f irmly, and ona son whs reported
very low Mrs Fieklin, who died at
Kilmarncek, In tbe pact aommer, f
the ? ?o?-- is his d ?oghtsr
Mr Th nu rowles, of Merry Poinl
neighborho had au ill
This is all the sickness of which we
trued, nr people snj lying bet?
ter health than is nsual at this season,
which is attribm irly fr -r
Murh wheat sowing - be In
progress ; those owning a few acres as
mach interested as the large 1 ?nd own
1 i is Ji utig man is attempting '
hi? guano ami tweuty bushel?, of wheat,
? g-tting iu his corn, stc , with?
It i? a most ditlii'ult tai-k ? ,
1 it?or n w, the exodus to tho large
- this fall being unprecedented
Thme who do relln?)uish their chaps
"White f?ilka, '' will only agree
t ? hue hy the day, and lose sio tiuie to
Impress you with the momentous se
cret, "that Mr S i ami Bo was h!ih -t
crssy after th? b?>y, and Mr So anil So
h id don hen t ? our place a 1 t Of tunes
to gel 'im, ond every body dun Bay be
waa warf big wages." Bealdea, far*
men an I their wives have to look well
to th"ir Itnrela If they wish t
? haaty w?>ri moat esrjj,.. their
lips, all honey and sugar must be the
Bjreetlnga bestow??! up>n th? dusky
- f Africa, leif a gnev ?us |M?| r
Mammy Will reproach, and threaten to
take their pampered darlings home.
?Then for the honor of keeping them
We most n >t, dare noi say "nay" to
their lr.ressant demands. These unap
preciative ?reatares keep one ul*ays in
a nervous strain, for it is a task to sat?
isfy their mercenary natures.
The fox-huntera are still with u?\ and
the merry tool <>f their horns, and
yelp of their novada, are most Welot me
With the exception Of birds and
- of prey, the bliz/.trd of last
winter seems to have wip?d OUl most
of the usual game
One of Richmond city's Nlmrods is
Bxpeeted 11 visit his relatives, Mrs
K B Burwell. and Mrs. H. Gresham,
but Mr Parker Conrad will be a very
disappointed hanter when he sees the
lack of such sport here.
Miss Lizzie Suead, daughter of Capt
Wm T. Snead, of ' Farmville, " ex?
pects to sp-'od the winter at Irvingtou
Beach Hotel, with her coasins, Mr. and
Mrs. U S Mitchell.
Miss Judith Carter is still a guest of
Mrs. James Ball, of "Bendley. "
<)ar o lunty will l?ose two of i?s po?
tent attractions in Mrs. Burwell and
Miss Mary Ali<-3 Pierce, whose person?
al magnetism is too well known to be
H> taking au over-dose of medicine
containing laudanum, f??r a cevere
????ugh, Mr K?rnest Grosham placed
himself in a serious plight not long
ago, but the timely help of his friends,
Mr. and Mrs. H?nry OhiltoO, saved
his privions yoang life.
Woman is the only combination that
can unlock the safe of bachelorhood.
Sometimes a man's will is broken af?
ter his demise aud sometimes after his
London has 1,000 houses that areten
antless because they are supposed to be
Complaints were made in Seattle,
Washington, recently, that the tire
alarm system of the city was working
very badly. Investigation of the boxea
showed that yellow jackets had clogg?
ed many of them by deposits of clay,
which had hardened.
Some men are so fond of an argu?
ment that they will dispute with a
gnideboard about tbe distance to tbe
Old fashions in dress may be revived
bnt no old-fashioned medicine can re?
place Chamberlain'* Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by M. M.
jjCO lAL PohDER
?^ ABSOLUTELY PURE
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
_IK -ai. qxisq Pfi*'<? CO , If? "OB?.
Ths I; cnmond Dispatch says the
am mut of tax pan! under the
i given by lbs Board ol Fish
ir, ending March 31,
Kir/, lie tn I
[de of 'A ik?.'
King anil (?]
I. ?in ??ter
N irf Ik
N irthampt m .
N ?rthumberl ?ml
I'llllleH? AllUe . .
Kr. inn ind < ' inty 1,960
Westmoreland i ,?i?i
Fractional parts of a dollar omitted.
foregoing receipts, with sums
collected from old account?, etc.,
made a total ol - The dis
StentS tor accounts of the
steamer Chesapeake, rfh 142; for
steamer Acent?a?-. *.",, 17 J ; tor nteaui-r
K Msomoke, 12 354; tor surveying, 115.
Total 116.28362. Balance on band
from sain appropriated for the Ds
e-l year, ending September 30, 1899,
The expenses of the board and its
employees amounted to $:j 901 OS ?
j less than the sum appropriated
therefor by the l. gisl iture.
It appears that the yearly expenses
incident to the enforcement of the law
are about -?-?'?.UUO, while the receipts
(omitting bacs taifs collected, etc.),
ara about 651,7-16.
Tue net receipts will gradually
lt >w n am "unt, and we doubt not
that the board h?.s some practici.1
suggestions to make the I. gi?lature
to promote that end.
We think the law is growing in
popularity, and that intelligent pub
he s-ntiment in the oyster country is
being exerted in its bt half. la short,
the results of the 'aw are so gratify?
ing, acd it aff ?rds sudi promise for
the future, the Legislature would do
well to refu;i- to re- ;ien the question,
except so far as may be necessary to
pet feet the system, now working so
Every cough makes
your throat more raw
and Irritable. Every
cough congests the lining
membrane of your lungs.
Ceasetearlng your throat
and lungs In this way.
Put the pans tt rest and
give them t chance to
heal. You will need some
help to do this, and you
will find ?tin
From the first dose the
quiet and rest begin: the
tickling In the throat
ceases* the spasm weak?
ens; the cough disap?
pears. Do not wait for
pneumonia and con?
sumption but cut short
your cold without delay.
Dr. Ayefs Cherry Pec?
toral Plaster should be
ever the lungs of every per?
son troubled with a cough.
Unninal orportnntUe? and long am
p?irl?ii<i? em'n?ntlT ?oaJIfr n? f"r
?iv-ln? Tea medic?! ?anea. Write
rr??lr all th? particular* Ir Jtrnt e????
Tall ai wliii yonr ??p?n?n?e ha?
b--n ?rtth oar Cb?rrr l'??,,or?l. J?"
will rae?lT? a ?rom?? r?plj. wIUou?
European and American plan. Steam, Oh
Electricity. Comfortable Booms. Bountiful
Tabl Good Restaurant. Heaaonable rat??
A well ?uppllod BAR snd KHI AIL LIQliOH
R8TABLISHMBNT In connection. "l.'o-as
all w? that ?ra "H*nom. ?r**?-? or !,t. '
-EORGc FPTEMAN R
Hiiihest cash price paid (or country
P. McCracken, Bro. & Co.,
? Wholssali AHD KrTAIL?
<>KO?.'KRH AND LIQUOR DEALERS.
'tier I en Thousand Gallons PURE RYI
?ml BOURBON WHISKIES, from the fol?
lowing well knowr distilleries : Graft A Oo.
if Ohio; H?x?n? ?Jounty Distilling ?Jo., of
Ksotaekv Monticello Distillery, of Mary
and, ami W. F. Uray, of Pennsylvania.
la for Bergner A Engte'a Lager Bser?
i'hey a.so offer Staple and Fancy Grocerlse.
Agricultural Implements. Seeds, Guano, sod
MRS JENCIE MONROH,
Liquors and Groceries,
Commerce a., FREDERICKSEURG, Vi
1 am the s??le agent hereof the celebrated
Ai'Hl.K'A <i<?D WHI8KBV. I aiao keep all
gra?li -4 of Whiskey, from flou ta it tuBtoo jj?r
gallon. K.iii/ l.i-ar VMnskev at B4.??. liest 111
?In- world. AI'I'I.K UKANIJIKm IriimtC.iJUtia
A full ?took of Corned Potomac Herrin?-on
Consult your Interest by calling- on ma be
tore buying or making your purchases.
MR3. JHffClE MONROE.
TAM1L? GROCERIES OF ALL K1MDB.
My stock of Liquors la large, consisting, of
foreign and Domestic BRAND I KB.
"ru- Applewood and Farmers' Friend Purs
Rye Whiskey. ?2 a gallon.
y A'JNIFICENT APPLEBRANDY, WAs>
Oor. COMMERCE AND UBIETY STS.
ELK RUN WHISKEY.
This celebrated brand of KENTUCKY
PURE RYI WHISKEY, guaranteed 100
proof and 2 yearn old at 12 per gallon is for
isle by Mrs. J. F. Monroe, Commerce
itreet, Fredericksburg, Vs. For davor it
, aas no superior at tbe pries. It is smooth,
> ileasant to drink, and there is not a bead
] ache in a gallon. Com? aud try it, and voa
will buy no other.
W? prom i ?-il the pabilo U they would give
us a share of their patronage we would give
| tium litiafattloo. I'lila we ha va done, and
tin- priHif we have fur It is that today we
control the Isrgeet trade of any bouse lu this
. ami as we have made our trad? w?
I shall still hold it. an?! that is by giving pure
g?? ids, full measure an?l yourmoncy's wort*.
< following lirands
at ?c.'.M' per gallon :
King of K?*nttu:ky,
Whiskey (rom $1.20 per ?al. op.
GINS, lit MS, HltANDIES. BERK
AND BOTTLED LlylOKB.
and all go-ids to in- found In a wholesale and
r? tail Liquor and Tobacco BPSSMS*.
We appraciata your patronage.
Strasburger & ?Son,
aia ana ii?* ooaaaasro* ac
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Purs Rye Whiskey, Purs, Old Rasa, Purs
Holland Oin, Pure Sherry Wins, Purs
French Brandy, Pur? Apple Brandy,
Pure Peach Brandy, Purs Blackberry
Brandy. A complete stock of Liuuors
for medical um at the old Bailable
Grocery Store of
CHAS. WALLACE ci BRO.
Oor. Main Commer?a Bts.
? KSDBRICKBBURG, ? TA.
FOR SUPERIOR ART'CLE
whieb on account ol tM-'r ah m < arena
sissptsclslly ^vised for dkkIIch ri orpoe
?toid end reoommsndsd by
?HAS. WALLACE 4 BRO.
^ 0 TrP.iSIIUROiR,
??a. IS Cholo* H???
__jtsew for II- Carya
antheniums.Carnatlona. Fui-hslaa. xe.Meouu
each. Earl? Vegetable Plants cheap. Cut
Flowers and Floral l*"i?"?a. . _ ___,
(all a' B- C. Nmde s atore and get a o*M
io*ue and les*e four ardors. ___,
logu n j J.FALMIROORIXaM
florist. AlsSlSUid. Va