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THURSDAY-NOVEMBER 18 189t?
Bsptlst ?Oslsgatss-Nsw Buildings
(Correspondence of The Free Lanoe. )
Orange County, Va., Nov. 13,1899.
North Pamnnkey church sends her pas?
tor Rev. W. J. Decker, deacons W. T.
Et, Freier, M E Decker, D. M Frazer,
and John Frazer, and Will Morton aa
delegates to the General Asm-nation
to be held in Richmond this week
Many yonng people from Lahore sec?
tion attended all day meeting at Mt
Herman yesterday. Pastor Williams is
held la high esteem by his flock and
the general public.
The new buildings of Mrs R. L
Ooleman and John M. Daniel, at and
near Lahore, are in rapid progress cf
Mrs. A M. Daniel returned home from
Richmond last week and is qnite sick.
There ia much sickness in our neigh
borhood. A. P. Brockman's children
have scarlet fever; W. E Terrill's
children are under medical treatment
Tyhoid fever is prevailing in the sec?
tion of the~country7from Naeon'a to
We ?are glad to note the improve?
ments of Messrs. Casey near Lahore.
We are grived at the death of Mrs
Knbe, and her husband has our sincere
sympathy. Some months ago be left off
sawing and in partnership with Frank
Gibson went to railroading. Soon one
of his sons, a bright and promising
young man, came home with fever, and
now hia home is bereaved of wife and
Dr. Woolfork's little girl is very 111
with stomach trouble. This noble pop?
ular pbyaiotan and his wife have the
sympathy of our whole community ,
Miss Mary Frazer has gone to Wash?
ington to spend the winter with her
sister, Un, Baker.
Mies Nannie Terrell and Fan nie Oole?
man are on a visit to their friend, Mrs.
Roth Brlstow in Middlesex
Work on roads has begun in a small
way. Oettainly our highways axe
badly in need of repairs, and the win?
ter, if wet, will render travel next~to
Impossible and frought with danger to
property and life. Our tax-laden peo?
ple are entitled to better attention to
this all important matter.
Fodder ricks are rising like, rugged
oliffs upon our hill, and the progr?s,
sire farmer is donning his flannel and
looking after the wood-pile . ?a
Vanderbilt Medal Bestowed Upon Al?
fred to Punish Cornelius.
(New York Journal. )
When Cornelius Vanderbilt drew the
stern provisions of bis will he went
about it witb tbe same inflexible pur.
pose that had been characteristic of
him always. He meant to punish hit
eldest son?to punish him severely?
and he devised a means more smart?
ing, more humiliating, than the mere
lose of s few millions.
! He expressly stipulated In his will
that the most precious heirloom of the
family, the medal awarded to the Com?
modore by Congress, should go to Al?
fred the eeoond son, thus kbreaking
the traditional custom. And still fur?
ther to emphasize his anger.be express?
ly stipulated tbat the medal should
be handed down to the firstborn from
generation to generation
It waa after the Merrimac had
wrought such havoc with the northern
fleet in Hampton Roads that tbe old
Commodore, who was then operating a
line of Atlantic and Pacific Coast
steamers, gave ontright to the
government the magnificent steam?
er named tbe Vanderbilt, which
bad just been bnilt at a cost of $800,
000. He equipped it fully at bis own
expense, and tbe Navy Department
used it in a series of attacks upon
southern ships, all of which were suc?
In recognition of this magnificent
gift Congress, on January 28, 1861. pas?
sed a joint resolution thanking Com?
modore Cornelias Vanderbilt and pre?
senting to him a gold metal emblemat?
ic of his patriotism.
It la about the size of a sliver dollar.
On one side Is a full fsce portrait of
the Ootnmodore, on the other a picture
of the ahip be gave. Around the en?
gravings are appropriate inscriptions.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
Will furnish Plans and Specifications will
contract for erecting all nlsassa of
Buildings ; furnish bands by tl e
day and superintend the work
In town or country.
eW Chartres reasonable
A. MASON GARNER.
Contractor aad Builder,
i*Tlno>?H Aune st.. Opposite Tyler's Toando
taWOuarantees all work in his line to be don?.
6romp tl y and In a flrtt-elass manne? at rook
and the meet of it (AT CORRECT
PRICES) can be bad at
M?GR?TH & CHESLEY'8.
AND D1AL1B IH
Gent*' Furnishing Good a
My Stock la now oomplete in every d?part?
ant, consisting of the latest styles and best
a ? M_?****? ? -- ? **- H<n .-> 1 ? at t** ?.-anlnk ara ?-. A
'"?m*, fjum**TT*"B V* OAtv *m?w%^v ???.y ??*>-?*? *??aviva ifv*ii
fabrics from French. English, Scotch and
American manufactur?e, selected with the
malest care with the view to supply the
wants end taste of every customer. Every
Bottom Prices aod Satisi&ctioo
AJse full 11ns of Gents' Furnishing Goods
?roch as Dreer. Shirts, Nightshirts, Drawer?,
gZ feir? pina, Cuff aud Collar Buttons,
WetehjSIbIiis^tnd Charms, Silk, Alpaca and
ya^hain, nmhrtalla*. Ac
f^-Oalleadeaexelae ear steer
The atoiv of love i? as old as the world,
an.! .??? all embracing aa the universe. It
furnishes the sentiment fur .ill romance??
all novel??all playa
The novelist considers It wholly f'.'tn ihr
sentimental, intellectual suie, but then- is
another aspect even mote Important th.
physical aide, Sentimental luve between
men and women leads to close physl
tiou?to marriaaje?to the rearing .>f
children. And ao health must be consid
errd. A weak, sickly, head ache*
achey woman cannot be a good, helpful
w ?? S.'.e cann.it hear healthy, happy
children. She cannot give bet children
the proper cave ami training.
A sick woman has no tight to manv A
sick woman has no right to attempt moth
But no woman need be ?ick unless .it
flicted with cancer. There is a sun way
for her to regain her health She need not
go to a local doctor and submit to the dis
agreeable questionings, "examinations"
and "local treatments" so invariably in
?i-ted upon, and so justly abhorrent to
every modest woman.
Dr. R. V. PictCC, of Buffalo. N. Y , has
cured more cases of female weakness than
any hundred local practitioners, lie has
proved that disease? distinctly feminine can
De cured right in the privacy of home.
Writ? to him stating vour symptoms and
an account of your troui.le and he will give
your case careful, confidential considera?
tion and prescribe for you free of k
Mr? o N Ftaber, of iSSi Lexington Avenue,
?a? York City, write?: "1 had bctn a sntT. rer
from nervousness ?ruh ?ll its symptoms and
complications In the spring of 189* I began to
take Dr Pierce'? favorite Prescription. Nova- I
am not ?*n?M and Irritable I have a rax] eolor
in my face and have gciuc 1 teu pound?.''
AND PIEDMONT RAILROAD
Schedule for 1898.
No. 1. LV ARE; ?No. 8.
8:00 a m Fredertcksburt. 3:15 p m
8:16 a m White's .' 8:01 p m
8:20 a m atine Koad 8:86 p m
8:28 a m Robey's 8:6] p m
8:29 a m Screamervtlls 2:4ft p m
8:32 a m A ?rich 2:42 p m
8:35 a m Furnace 237 p m
8:40 a m i'rock Road 118 p m
8:43 a m Stephen i 2:25 p m
9:00 a m Parker , 2:10 p m
9:08 a iu? New Hoi* 1:W P *?
9:18 a m Tinder 1:45 p m
9:28 a m Reynolds ' 1:35 p m
9:38 a m Verdiersviile 1:25 p n
9:48 a m I.a Faveur 1:18 p a
10:03 a m Unionvill? IDC pm
10:14 a m Nasoi 12 5(1 p m
10:24 a m. Taylor p rr
10 40 a m'_Orange_?12-3(1 p n
Connections at Fredericks burg with R. F.
A P. R. R., and Weenis Steamboat Co. A<
Orange with Southern and Chesapeake ?t
Ohio R. R.
The only line to the Chanosllorsvi'l? and
Eastern Standard Time. Daily except San
lay. W. H. R1CUAR?8. tien 1 Manager
?Train No. 2 leaves Orange the 1th Monda)
In each month at 3 p. m.
To Hot Springs.
CINCINNATI. lOUSVlLLE, CHICAUO
ST. LOCI8 AND THK WEST.;
TH! 8H0BT18T AND aJriCKSBT Roi'TI TO
The most direct and popular route to
Old Point and Norfolk.
TRAINS LEAVE DOSWELL, VA.
Oct. &*, 18t?. No. 5. No. 1. No. 3
Kx-8an Daily. Oa?.ly
Lv. Doswell. +11:17 A 3:12 Y 11:;? Y
Ar. btaunton. t 3:38 P lue Y i.J2 A
" Clifton Korge. ? 5.40 1>
" Va. Hot Springs.
" White Sulphur.
l':.'l P IM A
7:66 A fcl?P
ill?. A - ? i
H.5S P 7:30 A
Time marked t daily except Sunday.
Pullman Sleeping Cars on No?. 1 and 3
for Cincinnati and Louisville.
TRAIN'S FOR OLD POINT AND
Lv. Doswell..-.i 736 A M tMYU
Ar.Klcnmond. 8:30 A M ; 3.3U P M
Lv. Richmond. tu? A M 3:45 P M
Ar. Newport News. 11:10 A M 6:00 P M
" Old Point. 11:40 A M i 6J0 P M
?* Norfolk. 12:15Noon | 7.-05 P M
Additional trains leave Doswell 7 A. M.and
6:45 P. M., except Sunday's for Hlchmond.
For otnsr information, address
JNO. D. POTT8.
A G. P. A., Richmond, Va.
Bchedule In Effect Nov. 5, 1899
Tratns leave Washington, D. 0.
8:01 A. M.-Daily-for Danville, Charlotte
and way stations, connecting at Manassaa
for Strasburg, and Harrison burg daily and
Staunton dailv except Sunday and
at Lynchburg with the Norfolk and
Western daily for Roanoke and points
Southwest and with C & O. R. R. for Nat?
ural Bridge daily, and Lexington daily, ex?
cept Sunday, alio connecting at Cal verton
11:16 A. M ? Daily-THB DNITEL
STATES FA8T MAIL carries Pullman,
Sleepera New York and rVaahington to
Jacksonville.unitii g at Salisbury with Pull?
man Sleeper for Asheville and Hot Springs
N. C. Knotville,Chattanooga and Memphis,
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 chtjge. Southern Railway Dining
oars between Washington and Spartsnburg,
4:01 P. M.?Local for Strasburg and Har?
rison burg daily exoept Sunday.
4.80 P. M daily, local for Charlo.Seville,
connecting at t'ai verton for Warrenton.
9 20 P M. dailv, ??w York and Florida
Bxprsus Pullman Buffet Sleeping Ca.s.
New York and Washington to Tampa, via
Savannah and Jackaonvihe.and to Augusta
via Columbia with connection for
Aiken. Through coach to Jacaeonville.
9:20 P. M daily, Washington and
Chattanooga Limited, via Lynch burg, with
sleepers, New York and Washington to
Memphis and New Orleans through Bristol.
Through coach io Memphis. Cafe, Parlor
and observation Car between R*dford, Va.,
?do At talla. Ala., serv.ng all meals
10:?5af,'M' daUJ' " WASHINGTON AUD
otrmpoaeJ of Pullman Vestibnled Sleep
ers. Dining Cars and Day Coaches, Pnil
man Sleepers, New Yo k to Nashville,
Tenn., via Asheville, Enoxville and Chat
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. Vestibnled Dav
Coach, Washington to Atlanta. Southern
Railway Dining Oar, Greensboro to Mont?
Sunaet Personally Conducted Tourist Ex?
cursion. Through Sleeper on this train
every Monday Wednesday and Friday
from Washington to San Francisco with?
out change. Leave Richmond at 11.00 P.
Trains on the Narrow Gauge reach Orange
daily at 10:40 A. M
Trains on the Southern Railway pass
Orange Dailt aa follows :
11:20 A. M. 1:88 P. M 7.46 P. M.
11:10 A. M. 6:22 P. M. 6:10 A. M.
For ratea, map folders and Bleeping Oar
?paos apply to L. 8. BROWN,
706 16th BL N. W.
WASHINGTON. D. 0.
FRANK 8. GANNON, 8rd Vlos Pr?s and
J. M. GULP, W. A. TURE
Txaa? laUnssjat. ??n'IPaasantrui^ant
A Sample Liu? of
in New Designs and Colorings, Heavy Fringe.
About One-Third Less
Than Regular Price.
See them at once and make your selection.
Carpets, Art Squares,
AIR TIGHT STCVES
The Double Furniture Stores.
E. C. Ninde.
SMITH & COGHILL
In our retail department we carry almost everything you may call for
in the boot and shoe line.
O ?fifiTO ^'e ****ve our bootB made to order, and we guarantee th. m
DUU I b. to wear well. Ask to see our line of calfskin boo-?. We
can recommend them to rit ami wear.
CUnrC We carry a large line of men's and boys heavy shoes.
OMLJC.O?> "lents fino shoe?. In this line we aro showing ?'alft-kin,
Boxcalf. Vici Kid and Tan in all ?he newest styles.
We make a specialty of Boys and Girls School
Ladies Fine Shoes.
lt'is well known we carry the beet line of ladies fine ?hoes in the ettj.
WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT.-This Department is full from pit lo
dome and we guarantee to duplicate any bill South of Boston, Wo solicit
country merchants to correspond witb us, or o?ir salesmen will call on them.
SMITH & COGHILL,
911 B. 8treet Fr-Mericksbnrg Va
P. V I). OoeWaY Ck.uii Hum??? A. Kxnoitrn How.an
Conway, Gordon & Garnett
COMMERCE STREET, FREDERICKSBURG, VA.
Rank opens 9 A. M. I Bank closes 6 P.M Colleeti.?as marl?? on al! o i? t
Whe Excelsior fioller Mills
GILT EDGE FAMILY. HIGH GRADE FAML Y
XX XX X X HIGH GRADE EXTRA.
I am now prepared to give espeotal attention to exchange werk, both wheat
and oorn, and will alve good results of flnur and feed, meal and honks. Ploane
send clean grain and dry. Flour 83 to ?17 pounds per bushel wh<*at, meal 47
pounds per bushel corn.
C. H. PETTIT, Proprietor.
COME AND SEE THE BEAUTIFUL
JUST OPENED BY
MRS. D. E. SMITH & CO.
p*one ? JOHN M. GRIFFIN,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fine Liquors, Tobacco and Ciears.
Agency Pabst Milwaukee Larger Beer and bort tonic. We also havs In stock Ale*
Port*>r. Htont. etc. ?TO B Strtwt.
HUNDREDS OF STOVES
To select from.
Come one, come all to the Mammoth Stove House and kok 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.
R. L. STONE. 203 Commerce St.
December 1, 1897.
S. H. BEALt,
having bought out the entire Hardware
Stock of John A. Stone, will continue the
at the OLD STAND, on COMMRRCR ST.,and
Is now laying in a full NBW STOCK OF
GOODS In the Haidware Line which be will
?ell at the
Lowest Cash Prices,
SSW Oo and see him before yon tmy
Manufacturer and Dealsr In
CARRIAGES 8DRRBYB, B??eiB8
CORCOBD AND 8PIN1)/1 WA60NI, '
Platform Spring Wagons.
Business and Pleasure Wagons of svery
description. Special attention given to r?
pal-inr and rtmalntln?
Oats and Salt.
One oar Choice Oats,
One oar Fine Salt,
One oar Ground Alum Sell.
Will sell from car or store.
MAGRATH A OHESLEY
Leaning Line Cook stoves
F. F. V.
The Best and Cheapest
Heaters are the
We are Sole Agents.
Bernarfl & Met
and th? most of them. (CORRECT
PBIOBS) oan be found at
aaCAGRATH A OHESLEY'B.
ADVANCE IN PRICE CF LEATHER.
Shoe MRniififtun'ra Canuot Sell At Fla-ures
i ?Vddress ?before the Bfa w Mennf
ers' Conf?rent ?
The buyers of ?hoe? in al! part i of
the country am 10 well inform
the. advance of leather and other mi?
terlals which enter Into the making
of a shoe that BOOS of them I k\x bI to
get the iiuio valu? tor tin?
money in tbe futuro ns ihej reeeived
m tbe past. A number.?! those buy
urs wonder why there h ful not
an a.lvaueo m the pri?es ?>r
'i n- is really nut snrpri log if *>?
consider tbe foil ?wing faeti : Bole
leather has advanced during tbe I? '
live jeers from 15 to 50 per cent. Tn?
pri?e of union backs in l*'.H wns '22
. now it is 32 cents tu 33 cents
It Hies bav.i advanced ttom 85 to
DO (fr eei t. Tin- pri?e of bellies ?va?
in 1891,10 sent ? to 11 cent?; now ii
1 18 I cents to 19 e.
K id stoek bes, if wi
lion mu? pri?e, advs no tl from LI
cei 11 tu (Vents s I '?'. wlm-ii i
tu about '.I oents tu 12 cents a pair.
epakms iiHvo 1 ?t..i) H'lv .
from 1 eeol 1 to .1 5 cen?
1 foot) winch is t quel tu aboui 30 to
35 per cent.
It is only h few fears ng'i v. i
a e ! for ??I g edes <?! gnl tr
: of ?inch id.? pri?e wai
million. Now wo nse in tbe cb. aper
grades en eyelel abiob costs 1100
million, which is mi advance 01 Wi
per 11 lit. I n the medium price shoes,
I be 0 called " pelf ction eyelel "is
II t-1, who li ' osl 1 t"1"" n million,
ttiiw-h is en advenes ol 7.13 pet cent
In th?? finest grade luloid
<\ ? 1-tn arc 11.-1 d win. h ??' t in ll.'tt-i
and in colors *700 a million.
Toe average ol both is 1700 s million,
which is .t)iial ty anatlvin e ol l,0Uti
Tacks and nml-- fa y ail.
van ed about 50 per ci-nt., ami most
of nil the other meter?ais abiob en
ter into the making ?it a a shoe hi\e
advanced more 01
There ta not a single it. m I know
i>f which has tl' price. ' 'u
tbe other bead, the menufaeturers
u'ive ?-ub?laritiHlly about
value f'tr thi) sea they
k'tri' before anj ol these id r
took place Tl - all shoe
buyora know, not a m rlion,
but a I-?et. one would quite nsturally
eonelnde that menafaeturers ruiw
have aaade immense profits at the
ttmt when leather end "tuer mate*
rials were low. Tin
as all know, not the ?a??..
The reel t?.- ts an- tbel thi mean.
1 rS llHVO ?!?'
?: a? v Ions r? suit by prac
mnl applying the Utmost MO
which genios eonld invent? sad by
cutting th' tiitwn to s
nothing. There is do ?l m ?t th ?t 1 ?ad
en mini i n tured ar.?
?old With an actu.il lose. But 1
? ime in.- eoms wbea mai
bave to admit they arc at the 1
of leather art? cull en eping up
1 he advance of sole leather ai
about I coats to 5 cent.? a pound ovei
'lip price pud a year ego, while the
a.lvanc.? iu Rui stock is eonsiderebh
In abort, thing-i have r? .
a stage when? the shoo manufa? tui*
trs bave beeome unanimous in then
eonelnaion that tbey oani ot giv.
s.inn? rai n- in lbs future h- tbey bave
rr:m New Zealand.
Reefton, New Zealand ?> re i\
I am very plea
I t'."k th? ageney of Chamberlain'?
medicines the aale lu??? l"?'n eery large
m t" ? ?1 eoially ? 1 K? nn-oy
In two ?ear? 1 have - 1 1 m re 1 f tin?
p irti alai remedy then of all
m ?tes for tlio previ ?s Ave years A?
i 1 tte effloao**, I have been iuformed 1 ??
f persons 1 f thi> good reanli?
they h.?vt- received from it, and know
its relue fr. m the ?use of it In my ov>.
it in?-ii.il 1. It iH an pleasant to t l
that we heve to piece the bottl
fond the reaoh of the children
E J. Scantlebury.
F r sale by If. M Lewie, 'iru?/gi?r.
Let Us Talk Ccffeo.
After an eipeiience of buying tnd
?elling coffee for forty-two years, ws
claim to have some knowledge of the
.hi nit-ri'.r arti.-le. For a nice,
mil 1 and sm th drink we cann
ti 1 tat 1 ly reoommeod the "ROYAL
ARMS, " roasted M cha and Java
Can be had of us
MAG-RATH ,* OHESLEY.
iHENRY DANNEHL. Pmor.)
European and American p ?n. Bteam, Gat,
Slcotrlolty. ComforUM?- Boobs, "'Hintlful
tal?! Good KPStauiHttt. Koatonibio rat.-'
* well aipplli-ti IIAIlvitKR;
StiTAMLlrtllMRN . In ?yOtrS
Is a quick, surp core fee
1 m ?ill-.
Price, 25 cts. per bottle
Mannf?ctured and sold only at
901 Main Street,
GEORGE FHEEMAN. ,IR
Highest oaah price paid for country
W. S. EMBREY.
?aluceeesor io Km bray a Berry men.)
Dealer in BAILFOAD CBO88 TIS8, Cl>
DAB PO8T8, BPOKK8 AND HOOP?
Keeps constantly on hand a lane snppl?
Of Baled Hay and Mill Feed. HT'Orfrxirsa
Rail???.. IVitWit T??a>*l??U?-aat.?? V.
TIMOTHY AND OTHER
Baker's (Chemical Oompany of Can?
ton) Standard Fertilizers, Bone Meal, I
South Carolina Bone, &o. For sale by
MAGRATH & OHESLEY. I
O.ancor often rrsult? from an Im
?pnrity In tlio blood, Inheritvd from
"cnprations bft.'k. l'<*w people an? en?
tirely frei? ?. ' tint In the blood.
mil it is Impossible to tell when It will
.[-.'ilk oat in the form of drcuded ("an
?er. What hu? appoarad to be a mere
pimple or scratch l.ns developtjti into
*.hu most mali^mint Cancer.
"I hn.l a i"v?r" OaaMr which was at first
aloha?, i ? ??t I ttinuidii ? 1
??"ii '.?as away. 1 ml
by ?i-vrral al.le
r ysielans, t.ut in spit?
..f i;h?tr effort? the Oan
eerspread until my eon
dltlon brram* alarming.
Aitei many i
tr* itmeai and growing
Si adlly ?ont, i d?a
K elded to try 8. 8. 8.
? * which w?? so ?tronr-ly
i r<"''.rnmer.i'?d. Tbeflrsl
? !? produced an Ini
v -ment. 1 oomlnuf-d
<lne, and I n
O four month? tk? lest Us
k l / \ I \'J 11" soab drop.
I .J /V\p ' T.n yfiari her? elapSSatj
and not aslijn of t!.< i returned?'
K. F. WllltAM?,
It Is dan i . to experiment with
Cancer. Tl Is bioJOtvd th? skill
.f [il. | B B. B. Is tho only cure,
because it is the only remedy a
pi t Ii to reach Cancer.
(Swift's Specific) ia the only blood
? il Purely Veyetnlile.
AU Others c ntalo potash aul mer?
cury, tho i runs of minerals.
(I bloixl diseases
by : Aift t?peci?o Coinpany,
tne weems sieamooai so.
BALTIMOKK. rftatDIBIOKBBDBfl AM
c * i PAHANNl BO?TI
itof an?] R?* x wll
leave Plert. La-bt Mreet, Ualtlmore, ?vera
rat 4:.?" p. m . f.'i
urg >ie i all 'i the river
p. m. i i?ii i ermittln?: I M l'hu?-?
ii' ii' \v,.i|r . ? 0 p. m .
i...,k. i p m-, Ttaun I
rapi il irvts Iwlow ?
w. . iorfolk hi U
Tapiabai i dinas.
Mo Iraighl reos ?> i ior outgoing ?teamers
aft?r i p, m. on sailing .lavs.
? for all stations on Pc
torner i?"rp|prickibnrg. A Piedmont R. R.
POTOMAC K1VKU K<n
jtre. t, Baltimore, every Tuesday,
urda]. at > P. *?! for \ . landrla and
.- nt ? ? of til?- usual and
'.tli Bl r> .1 Wharl.
rton, ?i i P, m . i ui ?day, 11
and mii>.ia?. ?..iiiar i nardtowo on
? leinnii?, W*||l leave l.?'<iriMPltown t
" A U., Klnaaie at 1-' M., Miller ? m 8 I'
M., Oraaoa's al S I' M. and Bacon's ?t I P. at*,
Mon ay. Wednesday u.d Krluay, arrlviug lo
Baltimore eanj it', fol low Ina morning
? I .n. I), c
h KY C?MPTON, Agent,
at fredertekabniaT. Va
B. K. WhbhLbk,
liaoaasorol Williams * Aiieeier), conduct?
tie UN DK HTA kl NO BUSINESS a< the ok)
stand,cotn?i Main ami l'i.ariuite streets. A.J
j Jers from home ?nd abroad promt.;
satisfactorily att-.uaed to either at night o?
Hearse snd Carriages always readv t? ?'
t?nd funerals. Thanking the publie for pa'
OTisire so ?renerohsly betto**"!!.? sets
sj nHnnare" of th? ?ama
Has Moved His Tonsorial Parlor
Mr. Charles I.awson has moved his Tonsorial
Parlor from upper Commerce street to tbt
office lately occupied by the Free t.ancc,
.?here he I? prepare.l todo all work such at
Shaving-, liafr (Jut tiny. Shampooing-and Mall
Dressing In the most artistic manner. H
shop Is larye and commodious, always coo
n /en In this moat oppressive weather. Neat,
ness and the latest style of work will be on.
if the chief features of this establishment
?ii-f) mea call.
r>u ?ill? r A **-pi?ikj
ALWAYS KEEP ON HAND
THERE IS NO KIND OF PAIN OR
ACHE, INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL,
THAT PAIN-KILLER WILL NOT RE?
LOOK OUT FOR IMM ATiONS AND SUB?
STITUTES. THE GENUINE BOTTLE '
BEARS THE NAME,
PERRY DAVIS A SON.
A. B. Botts & Co.
FIRE, LIFE and ?CCDSKT3 IHSUR
Ofl?ne : 312 Commerce 8treet.
Represents sixteen first-class compan?
ies. Rates low as the lowest, and losses
promptly adjusted and paid.
tW I REPRES?MT ONLY THE _?3
of this oountry and Europe. Assets
over fifty million dollars. Low
rates aud Ju?t settlements.
INSURANCE AND COLf.BCTKlN AOENT.
ill Who Begn'arly Employ Me.
Old Reliable Liveryman. 538 Oeorge Street
Phone 86. Frvdeiicksburg, Va.,
will take One Pas-ena-er and Trunk *o or
from tho depot tor ?cent?, or trunk 15 cents.
Also horses and buggies for sal? or hire,
Not a toy, but a genuine
re-producing, with marked accuracy, the
gn atest production o?' the leading bands,
tbe newe-t and most popular songs, and
-giving entertainment, almost endks-j in its
variety. Bold on the instalment plan.
Adams' Book Store.
?-. ?Silver and (?old Leag Neck
1 LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
reps ?acles in town Ryes exam
A. LOEWENSON, Jeweler & Optician,
M mais sTi.i-MT PREDIRICKMBUBO, VA
With Pleasure I Tender My Thanks
to ' I d th? buying public of my high
H-I'pr.? lati 'ii of n ' f rdlal iu| bave given me I have the largest and
le line of GROl ERIE?*) carried oy any houne in Fredericksburg.
ire b. unlit ar R ok Bottom ; , at very small profits.
[ also eell ths beet brands of Lime, ?Cement, Calcined Plaster, Hazard Ac
? P'twder, Stonee ?'?gari. Cigarettes, &c.
I mi also sgenl f ? Brand Mixed l\?mr It is'a higher grade and bel
. liity of
l!i;?n baa '-ver been put on th. ' la??-, and mote K''< jNOMIOAL TO
6- J. MARSHALL.
'?? ? ? ? ? ? i i i ? ?
Hoots, Shoes, Hats ana Caps
Wh have the goods in quality, quantity, style
and ?nice. We can Iif your pocket book,
your head, your feet. We are rustiera and
want t?? see y (?n.
WALLACE & COMPANY,
Wholesale ar,d Retail.
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps
We bave ji tin-liriroit and bett lln?
of Cloth* ng w. ' ryintr lil'-ln-r |.riri h. i ut i.urs art-l'iwt-r taan ever. A fine
im-ti i d Over data Try us, On?* ., . cu?turner, toi It is
-..?h a? we ? . ?r.tiiii? and Incita**? th.lrrnks. Also
Mint...!, thi.t ?a ever Imd N. l Mhi.'i .?*b?>eSl. ladle?
|] .m.i l? ii. i . .. - ti i .aiL? *>ood. for lesa
? an el. v. lu i ?? Our Motion, Cuderwrar. T.owareand <?t lu-r ii.n-t e?(uaily full an?i
iiHr?faiiii tli?t mdI lie gotten elsewhere, ?.ml sne -?
BOSTON VARIETY STORE.
'?. it to KeCreekeo v Bro, 30?Commerce 8tr??t.
We Have Oot Them at Last.
Having b.tnfzht at my trip North last week goods way below manufacturer's
Men's Calf Boots, hand sewed, wo fh |7 ?0, at $3.M); Men's Calf Pegged
.- H 00 ; ?ajadles1 Oxf' rd Tl. ?-. worth $1 ?50. at $1 00 ; wurth $1.25, at 86o.
?Mtaeee1 Oxf' nit from fi Child's la My stock must be sold. No
reasonable offer refused for any goods. (Jutne aud examine my stock aud be
Henry Wissner, w *???? street,
See the New Goods at
S. a. WALLACE'S
I these glori?os DEWBT mornings come,
When wise hs ?SLY, there is not one ;
Hut thttt can down a very SAMPSON,
To get a chanco to buy these goods so handsome.
A great miny of these goods were bought at Closing-out Sales, for much
loss than their value, and -orne of them will be sold for less than last year's
price?. I have just puroh?-?-. d from the leading northern markets the newest
in Ladies DressOoods, B.Iks and Trimmings. Ladies and Children's
Cloaks end Capee. Excellent line of Outings, Percales, Ginghams end
Calicoes. Bg stock of Cassimers, Kerseys, Kv. Jeans and Flannels. All
kind cf Coito.is, sold close. G.eat bargains in White and Colored Blankets.
All kind Underwear, ?zrcht values. Trunks and Satchels, don't forget. Um?
brellas, Corsets, ami everything else needed in the Notion line, yon can get
at prices to suit, (priera < 1 >s.). Two large rooms full of carefully selected
Dry Ooods comprise my wholesale department. Conntry merchants please
note this fact.
Come early ; and when you are happy tell others.
S. G. WALLACE,
Main and Commerce Street?. FREDERICK8BURG, V?.
CLOSING OUT SALE.
We do not propose to go out of business, but as our store
room will be refitted and additional room made to accommo?
date our large stock, which is necessary to supply our heavy
inciense in business, ire ? ?11 put the knife in our present stock
and will let it go without regard to profits.
This great slaughter sale will sluike the Mercantile Giant of
Fredericksburg, and the people will get the greatest bargains
ever heard of in this city.
209 Commerce st. HARRIS A CO.
NEW FIRM ! NEW FIRM I
HARDWARE ! HARDWARE !
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices.
GREEN eg RUSSELL.
FfEDERlCKSBURG. VA ,
The leatlir.n-H?rd*?are Hou'eof tre t/wn. Oucce?S"r? to the eld reliable Ann of W. H.
Kuaao.i A >" WS ' nil parti, ularait? ntlo** of houaebuliders and . th?r? to our full an?*
en i. ste st o? ?if Hones Funisliintc H?r- waru IV- ai*o carry a fu'l audromplete st-.ck of
Out!*, I intu?s. Cutiery la pent rs' an i Ilia? kamitba' Tooisof'lie b.?t quality. Special
price? ?in ? liitf ni"l HlHca I'o w dur, with cviry.hu,n ???d and useful ?a the Hardware line.
?i M n... I rmt- atil Ilrt-et < hal.t?, 6c, 4c, a.l at .he vc.y lowest ca?h price?, ka
memlier tlie naroo and plai S, ???..___
GREEN & RUSSELL, ^V-t01
GERMANIA ROLLER MILLS.
MYER ti BR?LLE, Proprietors, Fredericksburg. Va.
We have the latest and most complete Patent Bollar System m ont Mills, rue noss
but the very ..iJaoicest Virginia Wheat aud oar Floors are ths finest that san ta meas,
ixosptinR non?. We make tbe following brands :
sfYBR A BBI7LLB 8 BB8T PATENT 8?PEBLATIVB. _
GERMANIA XXXXX EXTRA. OEBMANIA XX 1XTRA,
WHITS PLAIS FXTsU.
W? makf Cbotes Pamtly Meat Ml'l Feads of all kinds. Ws pay the Hiebest Cash
Pr?,.,*,,?. wi^n) ?n^'-pTE s? M'A: ti 8*0?? n'-n ns ? ?11 b?for? yen bur or sefl.
MYER ft BR?LLE