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8ATUR0AY..N0VEMBER 11 1895*
Lilt of Writing?.
? litt of writings admitted to re
oordi? the clerk's office of Spotsyl
T*ni? oounty sinoe tbe October tern
of Mid oourt, lSJy, a? follow?
B. F. Graves and wife to Fanny
Comfort, deed for land.
T. 13. Harris to E. I.-wery, deed
for land.
A. L. Magrathand als to L. J.
Graves, deed for land.
L L. Lewi? and wife to Win. A.
Harria, deed trnst on land.
Geo. L. Pearce and wife to Jobn
Ashton, deed for land.
Killte and wife to Andrew Yanoy,
deed for land.
8. H. Elbert to A. J. Stevens, deed
tor land.
Goo. Lewis and wife to C. K. Hun?
ter, trastee, deed trust on Und.
J. A. Swan and others to S I
Foster, deed for land.
D. P. Hitchoockand wife tor. K.
Maasey, deed for land.
W. Anderson and wife to C. F.
Hunter, trustee, deed trust on land.
J. L Powell and wife to Pillard
A Chewning deed for land
J. 0. Jones and wife to E. C. Trib
ble, deed for land
E. C Tribble and wife to L. M.
8mith, trustee, deed trust on land.
A. B. Bawling*, sp?cial conimis
sioner, to M. B Al?op. deed for
land.
Emma Ki_g and others to F. dw?
ell and others, deed of partition.
J. P. 8teward and wife to M-try 3.
Jones, deed for land.
Mary J. Jones to C. W. Jones.deed
for land.
R.G. Kendall and ah. to K V.
Bnrruss.deed for land.
H. C Barras* and wif - to R. V.
Graves, deed for land.
C. 8. Jones and wife to M A
Pritchett and ale, deed for land.
M. E. Brightwell and nusband to
O. G. Massey, release deed for land.
John Ashton to Fit zhugh A Wal
laee, trustees, deed trust on land.
A Sure Sign of Croup.
Hoarseness in a child that is subject
to croup is a sure indication of the ap?
proach of the disease. If Chamber?
lain's Cough Remedy is -riven as soon
as the child becomes hoarse, or even
after the croopy cough has appeared,
it will ptevent the attack:. Many
mothers who have croupy children al?
ways keep this remedy at hand and
find that it sa-res them mach trouble
and worry. It can always be depend?
ed upon and Is pleasant to take For
sale by M M. Lewis, drag-ist
Carnegie Asks S125.000.00C
Andrew Carnegie has signed bis
nam6 to a document in which be
states that for the sum of $125 000,000
he will part with his entire holdings
in the Caroegie-Phipps-Frick pUnts,
This document is an option on all of
Mr. Carnegie's vast productive inter?
ests, and is now in the bands of
Hemy C. Frick, Mr Carnegie's part?
ner, who went to Scotland to get it.
Mr Carnegie will take part payment
in easb and tbe rest in 5 per cent
bonds of the reorganized corporation.
Five per cent of $ I25,000,00f is $3,
250,000. The reorganization plan
has been submitted to several New
York banks. Mr. Carnegie owns 75
per cent.?of the concerns which bear
his name, and Mr. Frick 23 per cent
On this basis the plants were valued
at $107.000.000. and Frick's share at
about $40,000,000 before tbe recent
enormous rise in value of all iron
and steel produots.
Paln-Killer, the old and well known
remedy has acquired a world-wide
renown for the core of sudden oolds,
ooughs,etc .weak stomach,indigestion,
cramp or pain in the stomach, bowel
complaint, diarrhu* and dysentery.
In has lost none of its good name by
repeated trials but continues to ocoupy
a prominent position in every family
medicine chest Avoid substitutos,
there is but one pain-Killer, P^rry
Davis'. Price 25c and 50c.
A Father At Eighty-Niae.
The news has reached the city that
Uncle Billie Pearson was a few nights
ago presented a bounoing baby boy by
his wife who Is very much younger
than Uncle Billie. Mr. Pearson, and
everybody know? Uncle Billie, is now
H9 years of age. He was rearied in
this county, and lived in the Goahen
country until last fall, when he moved
to Tennessee. He was married when
quite a young man, and hi? first wife
lived with him for W years. When he
was past SO years old she died, and
within a year or two he married again.
By this second wife he had two child?
ren. Borne three years ago the second
wife died. Without much loss of time
he married a third wife this time
obooslng a sister of his second wife,
and by ?his third wife two children
have been born, the last one only a
few day a ago. The friends of Uncle
Billie in his old home send congratula?
tions to him on his success as a family
raiser.?Bowling Green (Ky. ) Journal.
Miss May Goelet, daughter of the late
Ogden Goelet, of New York,and heiress
to 120,000,000, is to become the bride
of Prince Henry of Orleans, ' 'head of
the House of France, ' ' and grandson of
King Louise Pbilippe.it is announced.
The young man in the case is not rich
and Is not of much account otherwise,
apparently, but bis friends say .that a
wealthy wife is all that Is neooessary
to make a man of him. Miss Goelet
has recently concluded, it is father
stated, to make her home in Paris
after heitating for some time between
that oapital and London.
Tetter, Ban-Rheum ana Eciema,
^?The Intense Itching and smarting in?
oldent to these diseases, Is instantly
allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye
said Skin Ointment Many very bad
ci?on have been permanently ?cured by
It. It la equally efficient for itching
piles and a favorate remedy for sore
nipples, chapped hand, chilblains,
frost bites and ohronio sore eyes, 25ots.
por box. For sale by M. M. Lewis
HOTEL DANNEHL,
(HENRY DANNEHL. Pmor.)
?uropean and American plan, steam, Oat
-leetxloity. Comfortable Booms. Bountiful
Tabl Good Restaurant. Reasonable rates
A well supplied BAR and RETAIL LIQUOR
lfeTABLIBHMINT in oonnection. " Come
all TS that are "Hvnorv Weary or n-*)."
B. J. MARSHALL. U. B. SMITH
We are now manufacturing
FIRST-CLASS ICE
FROM
PURE SPRIN? WATER.
This ice Is an absolutely pure article,
biiani-1 the water Is boiled and filtered
before being frecen.
|*_r Get the best artlole at the Lowest
Price by purchasing from
- Til friiirichinf 1.6 Co.
W????S
Railroads.
iXt?inac. t'redrei?ksburg
ANDPIEDMONT RAILROAD
Schedule for 1!<*
No I L\ ARK. ?No S
H.uo a m I-realencksburit 3:15 r m
3:01 p m
a at- p m
?1:61 p m
_ 4f? p iu
I L2 p
?37 p
a" 2* p
2:'?6 p m
a l? p m
1:57 p m
1:45 p m
ISO p m
1:26 p ft
1:18 p a
1:06 p m
12:50 p
12-4U p m
18:8*3 i ?
Oounectiou? at Kre?lericksburg with R. F.
A P. K. K., and Weeiut Steambviat Co. At
Orange with Southern ami Chesapeake A
Ohio R. R.
The only Hue to the Chancellorsvil'e and
Wilderness Battlefields.
Kastern ?Standard Time. Daily eiceptSun?
day. W. H RICH A K 1*8. Gen 1 Manager
?Train No, I leaves Orange the 4ih Monday
in each month at 3 p. ro.
C.&0
To Hot Springs.
CINCINNATI lOl'lSWLLK. CH1CAUO
ST. LOUIS AN?THK WEST..
THS BhOBTB?*T I.SDijl'lrHKT Roi-ti 1"
TH* W 1ST.
The lii-jsl direct and ;
Old l'oint and Norfolk.
ri'.AlNS I.EAVR DOSWELL. VA.
'?et ?>>. lftisir No. 9 No. l. No. 3
-fx-Hr.il Daily. Daily
i-.;,-, y ?:->A
?MOP 7:_>A
Lt. Doswell.U1-17A tUi P 11 M P
Ar. Maunum. * *> P TK? P 4-1A
" Clifton Forge ? 6:41 1'
" Va. Hot Springs.
?' White Suiphur
' Kimceverti?.. V:51 1" 7::?A
"Cincinnati. . 7:.V>A 5:15 P
'? Lexington. fcOOA 5:l? V
" Louisville. UK?A - ' P
??Chicago. &:?*) y -,m>a
" St. LOUlS. 6:5? P WO A
Time marked t daily except Sunday.
Pullman Sleepins Can on No*. 1 and 3
tor Cincinnati and Louisville.
TRAIN8 FOR OLD POINT AND
NORFOLK.
Lv. lX.swe.1..... 7.36AM UPM
Ar. Richmond. MOA M ;i:.*j P M
Lv. Richmond. i in A M 1:45 PM
Ar. Newport Nt?wg. .. . 11:10 A M < 6:00 P M
" Old Polut. 11:441 A M 6::J0PM
" Norfolk. 13:i6Noon | 7:?j6PM
Additional train* leave Doswell 7 A. M.and
0:45 P. M., except Sunday's fur Richmond.
Por otasr information, address
JNO. D. POTTB,
A U. P. A., Richmond Va.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Schedule In Effect Nov. 5 1ft?
Trains leave Washington, D. C.
8:Ul A. M.?Daily?for Danville, Charlotte
and way stations, connecting at Manassa*
for Strasburg, and Harrisonburg daily aud
Staunton dailv except {-?iinday and
at Lynch burg with the Norfo.k and
Western dailv for Roanoke and point*
Southwest and with C .to. R. R. for Nat?
ural Bridge daily, and Lexington dailv, ex?
cept ?unday, also connecting at Calvertou
for Warrenton.
11:15 A. M -Daily-THE 17NITKL
STATK8 FAST MAIL carries Pullman,
Sleepers New York and ?Vashington to
Jacksonviue.uuitii.g at Salisbury with Pull?
man Sleeper for Asheville and Hot Spring*,
N. C. Knotville.Chattanoog? and Memphis,
Tenu., and at Charlotte with full
man Sleeper for Augusta; Pullman
Sleeper New York to New Orleans, connect?
ing at Charlotte with sleeper for Birmingham
Solid train Washington to New Orieaui
without chuage. Southern Railway Dining
cars between Washington and Sparteubtirg,
B.C.
4:01 P. M.?Local for Strasburg and Har?
risonburg daily except 8unday.
4.3u P. M.daily, local for Charlottesville,
connecting at Cal verton for Warrenton.
9.?0 P. M. daily, New York and Florida
Bzprsss Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cais,
New York and Washington to Tampa, via
Savannah and Jacksonville.and to Augusta
via Columbia with connection for
Alken. Through coach to Jacksonville.
9:20 P. M daily, Washington and
Chattanooga Limited, via Lyncbburg, with
sleep?-r*. New Yc-k and Washington to
Memphis and New Orleans through 'Bristol.
Through coach to Memphis. Cafe, Parlor
and Observation Car between Ridford, Va.,
and Attalla, Ala., serv.ng all meals
10:45 P.M. daily, " WASHINGTON ?hd
SO?TH-WK?TFRN. VEST1BCLKD
LIMITED."
oompoae-1 of Pullman Veetibuled Bleep
ers. Dining Cars and Day Coaches. Pull
man Sleepers, New Yo?k to Nashville.
Tenn.. via Asheville. Knoxville and Chat
tanooga, New York to Memphis, via Birm?
ingham. New York to New Orleans, via At
Ian ta and Montgomery. Pullman, Library
and Observation car between New York and
Washington and Atlanta. Vestibuled Day
Coach, Washington to Atlanta. Southern
Railway Dining Car, Greensboro to Mont?
gomery.
Sunset Personally Conducted Tourist E_
?jumion. Through Sleeper on this train
every Monday Wednetxiay and Frnt?y
from Washington to San Prsnciaoo with
oit change. Leave Ricfcmoni at 11.03 P.
M.
Trains on the Narrow Gauge reach Orang?
daily at 10:40 A. M
Trains on tbe Southern Railway pas*
Orange Daily as follows :
80?TH BOUND
11:20 A. M. IU P. M IM P. M
NORTH BOUND
11:10 A. M. 8:22 P. M. 6:10 A. M.
For rates, map folders and Sleeping Oar
Bpa-e apply to L. B. BROWN,
General Ageat.
706 15th 8t. N. W.
WASHINGTON. O. O.
FRANK 8. GANNON, 3rd Vice Pr?s snd
General Manager.
J. M. CTJLP, W. A. TORE,
Traffle Manaare?. Gen'I Passenger Agent
Contractors.
GEORGE W. WROTEN.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
?7111 furnish Plans and Specifications; will
contract for erecting all classes ot
Buildings; furnish hands bvO e
day and superintend ths work
in town ot country.
HP* Chama reasonable
A. MASON GARNER.
Contractor a ad Builder,
"linees* Anne tu. Opposite Tyler'* Foundrj
Cav~Guaran:ees all work in bis line to be don*
promptly and In a Awt-ole** warmer at rook
nnttnm prlnn*
Jnst received a large lot of
Doors, Sash,
Blinds, Cypress Shingles
N. 0. Flooring and
Ceiling,
whloh I sell oheaper than any one sise
In the city,
(fell and r*t my prices before buying?
O.D.FOSTER
II OoMweroe Street and National Boulevard
PORTIERES!
? Sample Lino o?'
Tapestry Portieres
in New Designa and Colorings, Heavy Fringa.
About One-Third Less
Than Regular Price.
See them at once and make your selection.
Carpets, Art Squares,
Oriental Rigs,
AIR TIGHT STOVES
The Double Furniture Stores.
E. C. Ninde.
SMITH & COGHILL
Retail Department.
In our retail department we carry alrnoHt everything yon may call for
in tue boot and shoe line.
n^f-iXC ^'*' nsve our D00'8 made to order, and we gusrautee th?-m
uUU I ?J. to wear well. Ask to see our line of calfskin b.io's. W,?
can recummend tbem to th and wear.
CUnrC We carry a large line of men's and boys heavy ?hoc?.
bnUvu? lient? fine shoes. In this line we are showing CalfsklP,
Bjicall. Vici Kid and Tan in all the new* -?t stylos. y
We make a specialty of Boys and Girls School
Shoes.
Ladies Fine 5hoes.
It'ie well known we carry tbe best line of ladies fine shoe?- in the t it v.
WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT.?Tbil Department is full from pit to
dome and we guarantee to duplicate any bill South of Bieton, We ?olicit
country merchants to correspond with us, or our laleemen ??. ill call on them.
SMITH & COGHILL,
_?11 B. Street frMerlokshorg Va_
P V II. l'tuvit OaUaUai Hsinp-n A KaSD?i.**H Howaao
Conway, Gordon & Garnett
BANKERS
UOMMKKCB 8TRKXT, FRKDBRICKSBURO, VA.
Uark ot.ans B A. M. I Bank closes 6 P.M Collections ma<i*> an ail ??litt
?he Excelsior goller Mills
IVf?N^F?GTUiiES
GILT EDGE FAMILY. HIGH GRADE FAMLY
XX XX X ? HIGH GRADE EXTRA.
I am now prepared to give especial attention to exchange work, botn wbeal
and corn, and will give good results of flnnr and feed, meal and honk? i'lease
send clean grain and dry. Flonr N to B7 pounds per bn?hel wheat, inei?! 47
pounds per bushel corn.
_C. KPETTlT. Proprietor.
HUNDREDS OF STOVES
To select from.
Come one. come all to the Mammoth Stove House and look and get prices.
I have STOVES of all kinds, at prices from $8 to |20 My stock of stoves con?
sists of the best with fine reputation, and are lower than ever. By calling at
my place yon will save many a dollar. Plumbing a specialty.
?f?. L. STONE. 203 Commerce St.
December 1, 1897.
HARDWARE!
8. H. BEALLi
ba? ing bought out tbe entire Hardware
Stock of John A. Stone, will oontlnue tbe
lX^fd^q-t-ie ?qsii\ess
at tbe OLD BTAND. on COMMBBCB ST.,and
Is now laying In a full NEW STOCK OF
GOODS In tbe Hardware Line wblob be will
sell at the
Lowest Cash Prices,
HT (lo and see bin before you bur
georg?Toravatt,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
\RRIAGB8 8URRKY8, BUnGIH
AND UARTB.
I i'NCURD AND ?PIMDf 1 WAavUNI,
Platform 8pring Wagons.
Business and Pleasure Wagon* cf every
description. Special attention given to r?
Dtliing end rsrraalnttne
New Fall Millinery !
w?? can ibow a very handsome stock of Fall
and Winter Millinery this season. Ourstock
is now complete, and we will sell some good
bargains in many things. In paying cash for
our goods and no rent to pay. wc can afford
to ?ell goods cheap.
MRS. H. E. TOMPKINS,
Main Street, 816.
GEORGE FREEMAN, JR
General Grocer.
WEST BND,
Fredertoksbur?, Ta.
Highest oash prioe paid for oonntry
produce.
I?fTs. EMBREY.
^ooeeaor to Brabrey A Berryman. i
Dealer In RAILPOAI) CR088 TIBS, Cl
DAR P08T8, 8POKB8 AND HOOPS
Keeps constantly on band a large supplt
?f Baled Hay and Mill Feed. MrOat*MeM
BallToed \Uvc\ Frsxleriskshrirt Vs
.Leming une cook S?oves
FARHER GIRL,
IRON KINO.
F. F. V.
The Best and Cheapest
Heaters are the
Hajey Heaters.
We are Sole Agents.
Bernard & Gooflrick
H.R.GOULDMAN
MERCHANT TAILOR
AND DBALBB IB
Qenta' Furnishing Goods
My Stock Is now complete in every depart?
ment, consisting of the laUat styles and best
fabrics from French, English, Scotch and
American manufactures, selected with the
greatest care with the view to snpplv ths
wants and taste of svsry trastomer. Every
thing at
Bottom Prices and Satisfaction
Guaranteed.
Also frill line of Gents' Furnishing Good?
such as Drew Shirts, Night Shirts, Drawers,
Dollars. Guffs. Gloves, Buspendere, Scarfs.
Ties, Bilk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Half
Hose. Scarf Pins, Duff and Dollar Buttons,
Watch Ohains and ?harms, Silk, Alpaca anst
am Umbrellas, ?ike.
Dell and sxamln? rmr stost*
Glngh
Cleveland Had a Hard Time in GoUir,
Eis V:te In.
er Clt-vf-lnnil, i x !'?
ih<? I nt' ?I Hi tee . un d pecnl'i
?I? Hi?? 111? y m eiereisiog his right <
franchise last Tu? sday nt I': in''? t"i
N't-* J?
tie wh? nbligeil to aliiet in lins f<
a long- timo only to un*??. Li* vott> n
fised because ho hail _ot*e to tl;
wron-r pulling- plaeo. When In? wei
to ttic pri per booth lie wni OtderC
away h'.'l i?'Ui;lilv nilmouislit d by
town official
In the ilrst plaee, Mr. develan
had trouble iu 11 u<i11:?^ the prop*
placo ti. cast liia vote. According t
tho loci.1 arrangements, tbore was
llrst am! aSOOOOd pi ?cd tor voting
hall the n-iideiit?. of the town
r?sister' il in one place and the otbt
liait ht tbe second one.
A?.nut in o'tl u?k in tbe uiirnin
Mr I'levil mil ilruve lei-iirtly tlov?
t?) ti.e polls nt Odd Fellows' HhI
Alighting from bis carriage, be toon
a loi g lila ni vn cr* abead of bin
and in? u? wns Doresonree but to tak
hi?, place s moni h motley erowd i
townspeople, students m.il n
when h ? patiently awaiti
to east bis t> -* 11 ? ? t.
The novelty "f the situation
brongbt a throng ol i>>"?i>le, iuclnd
in-2 cnl' ge men, irbo stood by an
When after I ?i
delay, Mr. Cleveland reached tb
bft 1 lot I ox Wil i ?in M f ?Iv. a t?i
marchai, without looking Dp, asked
"Vom name please I"
? 11 rover CI veland," ? as the : ??
plj
? B g your pardon," hi
registered li
Mr Cleveland turned and l< it. 1!
I an s; bed goi <l natuu dly a* h
? bis rarriage. The crowi
followed l? m as be drove to C?smber
street, wl ,-r.? tbe -. e nd ?
place ited
I. ?ml cbeeriog grei led M ' ? ??-e
land there as he stalked toward th
poilu with determined face. Walk
iop into tbe Iii?Mini:, be I ippi d
mom? nt tu talk wttb a fellow ??
uf tbe to*:i and wai re< ting hi
ricisaitud? al the other p? ? 11. o i
place ?' : il then Peter Mehan, tl.
to a o eoi ng tbi
? pHi ?? t tween ih?* ratling? I
Dp t'i tbe poll -, ?a. :
". ?u v? ? bere
raj mai . Tu i place is ni i
voter*, *D?1 we I'S'i't Iihv ? an-.
. r- ? t g?| L' ibOOl t lot ?
ige M v.? along, m ?ve nliue '
A wiiil roar ol I iDgbll r b "k
the erowd at the o ns a'>
den'iy did not reoogu /?? Mi Cleve
land r ? ? \ I':. ???!>-iit ? .? ?.. -i foi
ward ai 1 va.- allowed to cirit i,
1 it si 'ii ni further hindrance. Then
i i et eers f ? ? r M r. Cleeelam
as h di earriage an?! drovi
a?s\. A' lint he had voted.
Fr:m Ner Zealand.
I. fl n, New Zealand H ?
I am vi pi Me i i i -t its in it - n
I ' tie 1g< ncy ol Chamberlain i
m? . i n * the sale has been very large
.nil? of the (' ugh Ht-iin-iiy
in ? ? i yea i I iiav.? ? li more of tbti
parti Hat remedy than of alt othei
in*k'"? f r the previ ios Uve fur. A?
t?> it. efll m 'y, 1 htve ?been Informed hy
- nf p raona < f th?? go *j result?
tin v iiav-? received fr mjb It, and ku iw
Hi v line fr in the u--e of it m my own
hoi i It i? - i- ?i t to t ike
in .- we have lo place the t? I lie be?
\ I the ti sob 'f the ohtldn n
K J boantlebnry.
f ?ah b) M M Lewis, drttfrglet
Liquor Dealers.
P. HcCracken, Bro. & Co.,
- ?Vll'ILBflALB ABC KB-TAIt?
RRB AM) I.IV??OK DIALKKK
Jffor Tel. Thousand Gallons PUKK RYU
snu IP M'RH?N WHI8KIFS. from the foi
,o* inn '?ell kl>own distilleries: Graft A Co.
. B ?one County DiMilling Co., Of
?? Montieello Distillery, of Mary
an.I and W f. Gray, of I'einisylvaula.
A^-'i.t* foi Bergner A Kngle e LOMI Bear?
Thi?v also of er Staple and Fancy 6roo?rle*
Agri-uifira' Implement* Seeds. Unano, and
Caraent
M~RS JENC?? MONROE
[>P \LB:< IN
Liquors and QsXCer.es,
Coromerce St.. PFEDERICKSbliRG, VA
1 am tl ? - ill ?at? nt hi re ! the o* ebratwl
,p I KUihiD WHI8KKV, I * *?i ki
. 'rom 11.00 up to ?? ?
K ing Lear w btakei *t > ?
[hi ?? rid. Al'i'l.K l in AN OIK..-? rron -
I4.KJ
a full itoi ?. ??i Corned puton.*?- m?
band
it your interest t?y calling on i
fore buying or rna*inv ymir purchases.
MBB. JKNi IK MONKOI
GROCERIES.
U?UORfl '
'A [L. UKOCKRIK? OK ALL K1NDB.
i nock et Liqnorsts large, consisting o'
Po i and Domestic BRANDIES.
?'u.. \pi>le-*<XKl and Farmers' Krit-nd Pure
Kye Whiskey. $2 s galion.
<At ??J} .'('.?CNT Al'I'LK BRANDY WAK
8ANTKI) PUBS.
EUGENE BODE.
'?dMRKCB AND LIBBKTY 8T8.
ELK RUN WHISKEY.
This celebrated brand ?f KINT?0K1
PTJBBBYI WHIdKKY. ??.iaraniee.1 101
proof anil 2 yea's oltl at ?'.' |?er ?<:- lion ?u for
isle by Mr?. J. F. Monro?;, Commerce
itrt-cf, KreOrirk.ibur??, \ s. For rla*-or it
las no ?n|?erior at the price. It is smooth
.tlea?ant to dtiiik. stul there is not a head
arhp in a gallon Come ami trv it. ?ml vo*
will buy no other.
iiii in liiii
?889. 1899.
Wi pronlseltbe p-ablkslf they woul?! give
h m h !- ti .-* i ? "l their patron?ge we ?ron il ?ri? o
them Mii-.fi. tiiii. This wc ha??- linn., hui
the prool we have for It I? that to ?lay wc
contro. the laaTgSwt trade of any hmiRO In this
? . and as wo haw mad" our trade we
shall ?till hold It and that I? by a-lvlns- pure
fro da. tu 11 measure and y our money's worti?,
??til Id
Liquors and
Tobaccos.
roar ok ici-ofanyof the followiaff brands
at <t'.' ?i i? r gaUon :
Farmers Delight,
King of Kentucky,
Kentucky Club,
Kentucky Daisy,
Colonel Kye.
Whiskey from $1.20 per gal. op.
GIN?. KIMS. BaUMDlaaf, ilKP.B
AND Ut'TTLEI) LIyiOB8.
and all ?rood? to be found In a wholesale and
retail Liquor and Tob?ceo Hour?.
We appreciate your patronage.
Strasburger & Son,
til ana IHai Onmaiere?? 8?.
FINE TEAS,
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Pore Bye Whiskey, Pnre. Old Rum. Port
Holland Gin, Pnre8herry Wine, Pnre
French Brandy, Pnre Apple Brandy,
Pure Peach Brandy, Pnre Blackberry
Brandy. A complete stock of Liquors
for medical nse at the old Reliable
Grocery 8tore of
CHAS. WALLACE* BRO.
Oor. Main bramar?as Rta
rBBDIBICKBBDBG, Va
Scrofula, a Vile
Inheritance.
krofilia's the most obit i r. ate of blood
troiililes, ami it often tl.e result of ar
Inherited lalnl In the blood. S t? t?
Is J|- oily remedy which noes d?vt|
t M reach Scrofula; it for
-^aB^ fi* ?1 ?''? diseuse, and curci
casoj.
ataaaaaaaaar Oharlle, w?? affiliated fmm Infanej
a? ' ____-fu? an 1 he ?urf?r?d ?., ?hat It wai
Imp to '!:?.? him
for ti yean, hi?
head ami tx.dy w?r? a
mat? of ?ore?, and hi?
?yetlght alao becam?
affocted. No treatment
wa? ?pared that we
Indeed pitiable. 1 had
almost d??palred of 1.1s
r\?-r baaing onred, when
by the ?da-loeof a friend
we (tare him 8. S. a.
(Swtft'S ?v.e.lfVi. A de?
rided Improvement was the result.and ?ft??
be had tasen a doten bottles, bo one wl - *
of his former dreadful ?,>ndlM?>n would h?T?
reena-nlied blm, All the ?<?r?? on bis
haae healed, hi? ?kin I? p?-rf?rtlr clear and
I i, and be Uaa bean restonio to pa?rfeul
beal-.h. Mm S. s Maeav,
I?Vj Elm et., Uaouo.Oa.
For re*al blond troubles It is a wnits
nf time to eT,i?-.'t a cure from the doc
tore. Blood alavaect are beyond their
?kill. Swlft'l Bpaoifl?*.,
S.S.S.?eBlood
? all deep-seated ea?c? whicb
othi-r remedies hsve no effect upon. It
li the only bl tod remedy toaran te-ed
(I'lr.-ly rcgetablo, ?ml contains no pot*
sah. mercury, or other mineral.
! k? mailed free to any sddre*s by
Swift Bpaoiflo Co , Atlanta, Oa.
me weems steamDoat Go.
t M MBH *. K HA Ni? I M?h I
HA 1.1 I MURK KR''.i<KRI? KHHl'RU AND
.?.HAMANN'"'. BIVB ROUT '.
afta -?? ?inn rt
I later an?? Es*m ? will
? Hi llm't'e, ever?
I Ui <] I) an.I Krldai Bl ! ; p m . for r i???!
river
. at '.'1?
? da permit? ? and Tburs
?lay, I ??? ?:-'own at 4.:(i a m.. Tuesday and
?I 4:?? i>. m .
for I ?
fJaj Port Ketu
feb at S: l) a. m., .?ti rburs :
l.? ?t.- Kali ? ? . ? ? lay.foi
Tapi ahanm ch and i ?? leopi
It??) 1'i.rt, ' Ke?
lt a'
iLK K'lt IK
Wll . iv? l'.i|.|- ib
t. I
H Saturday l..i
.
>i> I night rettriveu iur ?juIkoiu?; ?tearuers
m , ra ?ailing -lars.
r- -ht receive: for all ttationt on Po
lOtrtac Kre-tericksbir/ v ? ?ctiuioni R. R.
ptrruMAi KivKK h lira.
Be?! ? ? j .. iu ami it
1 l.itrlit
litre t. Baltimore, e? ? rj . irsdai
and Saturday, at S I landrtaand
of the usua. atvd
Inga. KetuYnlnf will Ittave Ttb Street Wharf,
.-ton. at i i*. M, tuesday, Tbursdaj
ami .-?ii riardtown on
ti.evenings, trill leave (.?-niianitown at
SA M.. Klnaavle mi: M.. Miller's iHP,
M? ?, m-.n?- ate P M. and Bacon's at S P. M',
. Wedneaada) ai d t-rntay. arrlvui?/ in
llaitloi'iri? earl) il.? following morning.
' r,.|a t..| .??i ) m [la t i un .re
dally at 1'ler ?. l.:?/ht
Street
HINKT WILLIAMS. Aarent.
at italtimiir? . %?
l'Kl'HRNSdN * IIKO. Agents.
at WiiHlnnir'
K KV COMPTUN, AKent.
at Norfolk, V?
W. D. SCOTT, Agent,
at Frederlcktburg. Va.
t?. K. WHEELER,
Suoc ?eso? o( Williams A Wheeler), coud net*
toe I'NIJKRTAKING BUSINESS ai the o?d
stand corner Main and Charlotte streets. AU
order* from borne and abroad promptly and
latlifs-torilv attended to either at night br
day. /
Hearse and Carriages always ready to at
tend fnnerals. Thanking the onhlir for pal
o-nage 10 gensronily h*?'^--r?.-" h* ?tlrt
S rilirinarc? nt th* ?*rp?
Has Moved Mis Tnnsorlal Parlor
Mr. Cha-ii'S I^wsnn has moved his Tonsonai
r?r r ! h, upper Commerce ttrect to the
occupied br the Kree Lance,
wh're he Is prepared todo all work such a?
SiiHvini?. Hair Cuttln*-. tfhampoo'.ti?/ mid fl?lr
?ir<-"lTii7 in ?ho most artistic manner. H
?hip Is litrtre and commodious, always eon
even in this must oppressive weather. Neat
nasa and the latea) style of work will be i>n?
of the chief feature*ol ?h1* o*tahli*ht_pi-t
. ^a
iRr.*_a 'a e-HOK
C IRE ALL YOUR PAINS WITH
Pain-Killer. I
A Medicine Ch*st In Itself.
Slmpla, S*f* and Quick Cur* for
! CRAMPS, DIARRHOEA, COUGHS, j
SCOLDS. RHEUMATISM,
NEURALGIA.
S 25 and 50 cent Bottles.
BKWARE OF IMITATIONS?
LBUV ONLY THE GENUINE.
PERRY DAVIS*
I
.nsuranca
A. B. Botts & Co.
FIRE, LIFE anl ACCIDENTS IKSUR
MKAGFJTS.
Oflice : til Oommerce Street.
Represents sixteen first-class compan?
ies. Rates low as the lowest, and losses
promptly adjusted and paid.
or I REPRE?EMT ONLY THE _?
Best.Strong.Olu Fire
Insurance Co.'s
of this country and Europe. Assets
over fifty million dollars. Low
rates and jnst settlements.
S. WILLIS HOWARD,
INSURANCE AND COLLECTION AGENT.
NOTICE TO
ill Who ReguVly Employ Me.
I HENRYDEANE
(Mil Reliable Liveryman. 638 Oeorire Street
Phone 65. Predericksbura-, Va.,
will take One Passenger and Trunk to or
firm lh?< ric'Mit for 2* cent*, or trunk lucent?.
/also horse? ami imtri/le* for ?ale or hire
ep? ly
The Gramophone,
Not a toy, but a genuine
TALKING MACHINE,
re-producing, with marked accuracy, the
greatest production of the leading bands,
thenewe-t and most popular songs, and
riving entertainment, almost endless in its
variety. Hold on the instalment plan.
Adams' Book Store.
JEWELRY, Ac.
at? ???? and ???...t Uton Vm ?
lu ???? LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
**? i ? ? rsapoired i town l-.?.*?, mih.
A LOLWFNSON, Jeweler ? Opticien,
M MAIN STREET, FREDERICKRBCRO. VA
With Pleasure I Tender My Thank
* sod .?--tu" my fil< oda, | atr? n? ami tlie baying public of my hi??!?
iti it f tl a cordial snpp >rt tin ? bavi given me I liuv?- tue largest unit
must ciitiiple'c line nf QROUERlKiJ oarried by any h I-l'ilerickabor?
?te buMhl at II i,-k 15 r v ? ? nt I'n -- tod will I??? sold at v.-ty -mall profita
I alao tall tu?? beel brands f Lima, Cement Oaleined Plaat?r, Hazard ?V
? Powder, Btone? Raj l . ,r- nigaiTttet. usti
? -ri agent for the Blbra Brand Mix?'.; Painl I* Is a hi?/l?-r ?raiif ami bet*
?? f
Heady-Mixed Paints
than has fvt-r hfen put on the market of Its cla??, BOd BKtn ECONOMICAL TO
IU.MKRS
S- J. MARSHALL
Hoots, Shoes, Hats and Caps
UV have the? goodl in ?juality, quantity, st>le;
;ui?l price. We* ?an fit your pockel b<n>k,
your head, your .Ver. We* ?ir?- rustiera and
want tu ene yon.
WALLACE & COMPANY,
Wholesale a*:d Retail.
Boots,Shoes, Hats and Caps
ATTENTION!
. at and t ?at llM
. . ira are towtrtaan ever. A tin?
tin? ?,t i. ? -'.liLer. for It I?
- ??,, offer, tbat bold? our friends and constantly lncrtraaes tbt-lrraoke. ai?o
of -hue? h that ?? ?vi r l.?d ?V 1 Mao's .?bot*H. lailie?
-...? |1, and tu ti?i | it .?? ?in.?. K'j<><l?t for Im?
and other ?n?et cjuaily full ?t??l
- thai ?mu ' t be | lie re. Ci sod -
BOSTON VARIETY STORE.
Nuit tu M?-Cracken 4 Hr., M Cuomtrc? 8tr?**et.
We Have (jot Them at Last.
Having bought at my trip North last week git? ds way below manufacturer'?
price. Men's Oalf Boots, hand sewed, v o th |7 50. at f3.n0; Men's Calf Pegf/ed
Boots at %'i 00; Ladies' Oxford Ties, worth f 1.50, at $1 00 ; worth $1.20, at fcfjc
Misses' Oxfords from tl ,M? to ?M cents ; Child'*- -.'j. My stock must be sold. N?i
reasonable offer refused f??r any ???od? Come and examine my stock and be
convinced.
Henry Wissner, ?? ^ street,
See the New Goods at
S. a. WALLACE'S
In these* glori?os DE WET mornings come,
When wine as SLY, there l| not one ;
Mat that can down a very BAMP80N,
To get a chance to ouy these goods so handsome
A grtat many of tbeno good? were bought at Closing-out Sales, for much
les? than their vrIu?, and some of them will be s< Id fur less than last year's
prieet. I have just purchased from the leading northern markets the newest
styles it Lidies Dress Goods. S lku and Trimmings. Ladies and Children's
( i iiks and CapM. Excellent line of Outings, Percales, Ginghams and
Calicoes. B;g stock of Cassimers, Ketsevs, Kv. ?leans and Flannels. All
kind of Cottons, sold close. Great barg.tits in White and Colortd Blankets.
All kind Underwear, ere-it values. Trnuks and Satchels, don't forget. Um?
brellas, Corsets, and everything else needed in the Notion line, you can get
at prices to suit, (prices 11 *se). Two large rooms full of carefully selected
Dry Gonds comprise my wboksale department. Country merchants please
note this fact.
Come early ; and when you are happy tell others.
S. G. WALLACE,
Mai. and Commerce Streets. FREDERICKSBUBG, VA.
CLOSING OUT SALE.
We do not propose to go oat of business, but as our store
room will be refitted and additional room made to accomnio
date our large stock, which is necessary to supply our heavy
increase in business, we will pat the knife in our present stock
and will let it go without regard to profits.
This great slaughter sale will shake the Mercantile Giant of
Fredericksburg, and the people will get the greatest bargains
ever heard of in this city.
209 Commerce st. HARR/S S CO.
NEW FIRM ! NEW FIRM I
HARDWARE ! HARDWARE !
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices.
GREEN & RUSSELL.
FrEDERICKSBURG, VA,
The lc??iliu?r H?rd-sre llou?eof ttc town. (8ucce?s<irs to the eld re iatlonrm of W. H.
KiiHcCil At Sii ? i Wsoiall parti ular ?UMitiD-ot lioiiseliuiider* ?nd < th? r? to our full sn<<
coup cte ?teen of Home l-'uriiishinir Hdrnware W? al?o carry a fu'l ar.?1 rompi?te st ck of
(?un?. Pistol*. Cutlery Ca pent rg' an i Ilia? k?mlths' Tool? of i hi? b. st quality. Ppeolal
prices on white ami lilac* Powdwr, with cvtryilimir good ?nd useful 'a the Hardware line.
?aws Hiib Wire, Trace ami Hn?it < hiiiuf, 4c. 4c , a,, at he\r.y lowest cs*h pilces. *t*
member the name and phi? s,
GREEN & RUSSELL, "?tfS?*
ESTABLISHED 18*57.
GERMANIA ROLLER MILLS.
itlYER & BR?LLE, Proprietors, Fredericksburg, Va.
We have the latest and most compl?te Patent Boiler System 1_ oar Mills, ose nous
bat th? very ch??*-est Virginia Wheat and oar Floors ar? th? finest that sen be made,
?xosptlnx nona. Wa make the following brands :
MY8R * HRPLLK 8 BUST PATENT SUPERLATIV!,
OKRMANIA XXXXX EXTRA GXRMAN1A IX EXTRA,
WHITE PLAIN rtTRA.
**?? r.sir' Tute? ~*mli? Vf?*' V';' ?*?<?-?. -' ?I? fcln-t* W* -*? ?h* Hi?r"-.#*?t ~**>b
^ri, ..,.-? ?. \- .1 *m1n? voo hn? or Mill
WYER dk BKULLfc

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