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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and manufacturing Interests of Fredericksburj? and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
vol lr>.?No I3ti
FREDER?CK?SB?RG Va. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18 1899.
Price 3 cents
P. McCracken, Bro. & Co.,
? Wkolssalb asd Kstail?
8ROCIR8 AND UQUOB DKAJ
Offer Ten Thi-usand (.?ailon? i'l'KK KYK
and UOUK?UN WHI8K1E8, from
lowitia-'a-ell known diatilleries . (?raft A '> o.
of Ohio Boon?- County Diatilliufj
Kentucky Motmcel.o Distilleiy, of Mary?
land.at:.f\V. !'. ??ray of Pennsylvania.
Agentsfo' BararnarJ Ku>-le f f^er Bee:? j
They ?Isoofle^ cltaplf and Fancy Qrooerlea.
Ayncnlturai luipieaienU, Seeds Guaro, s k [
MRSTjENCIE MO?R057 '
Liquors and (irocer.es,
Commerce St., FF.tDERICKSEURG. VI
l am the s :
APPLBWOOD VVHI8KKV. 1 h ko keep all
- ut Whiskey, tr.'ji $1.011 u?. ... u m per
APPLE RKANU1ES ir. m -
A full stock of Corned Potomac Hi
Consult j">ur lot? i nie be
for? buying or making your | in asas
MKS. JINI IK M. IN UHF.
GROO E RIES,
PaMia.V liROCIRIRS 0/ ALL K.JNO?.
My sU?Ck of Liquors la ame t '.listing Of
Foreign and Ponieetic BRANDIKK
Pure A'ii.'f woo?i a:id Karrut-is r nd Pars
Rye Whiskev 12 n gallon.
MAON1KHKN1 APPLE BRANDY WAR.
RANTKU H RK.
K)MMKBCK AND ! IH?KT-i ?T8.
ELK RUN WHISKEY7.
wlebraaXj ? rand , f KKN'i
PURE RYE WH
proof ami _' yea"? i
sale by Mrs J
Street. irg. \ a.
aas no ?*i'>er:or Rt the pi
pleasant to dunk
ache In a gall
will buy no other.
We promised th" i
us a shart'of their |.Ht....i .irt> u
them - -
bave for ;t Ii that to da* we
control the arg-est trad? .>t any b< use In tm*
Save ma i i u trn :?? ?e
?hall still hold it tad tta it ig pure
Vf>u' ch"ice of an) a<Ina branda
King of Kentucky,
Whiskey (rom $1.20 per gal. up.
eillS, BUMS, BRAND!!*, BKBB
AND BuTTLBO LIQUORS.
and all goods to be foun.l in a wholesale and
retail Liquor and lobato House.
W< appreciate your patronage.
Strasburger & Son,
US and allai Commerce St.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Pure Rye Whiskey. Pure. Old Rum, Pure
Holland Gin, Pare Sherry Wine, Pnre
Kreuch Brandy. Pure Apple Brandy,
Pure Peach Braudy, Pure Blackberry
Brandy. A complete stock of Liquors
for medical use at the old Reliable
Grocery Store of
CHAS. WALLACE & BRO.
Cor. Main Commerce 8ts
Confectioner and Baker,
No. W II Street. Froderlekel.urjr, **a
OtV? me a call when you wRnt
I'oNKKCTMXS.H F. CRKAM A" D I'A3TRT
Order? -?Iway *:eceive promp attention.
Blinds, Cypress Shinglee
N. C. Flooring and
which I sell cheaper than any one els?
in the city.
Call and ret my prloes before buying.
18 Commerce Street and National Boulevard
DON'T FOROET THAT
When you want an easy Shave.
As good as a Barber ever gave,
Just oall on me at my Saloon,
At morn and eve or busy noon,
I comb and dress the hair with grace
To suit the oountenance of your faoe
My room Is neat, my towels olean,
Sclsaors sharp and raiors keen ;
A nd all that art and akll 1 can d o
If you will call I'll do for you.
Raiors put In order at short notlos.
W H RSYIQR
Oat?. Mill Feed, Oat and
Corn Chop, Meal, Hay, &o. When In
want, call on
Breaking Down of the
Nervous System, Muscular
Weakness, Feelings of De?
bility and Exhaustion from
Care and Overwork.
Edward L. Preetorius, St. Louis,
MANAGER WESTLICHE POST, writes : " I have found thai
Paine'a I ' mpound is the only remedy that will restore the
nerves which have been shattered !>y overwork, worry or business
cares. I can certainly recommend it without hesitation t<> all
those in n,-?'?] of such a reconstruct?ni of the nervous Bystem.1
Without vigoroua nerves the stomach, liver
and kidneys, are the source of much pain; they
make impoverished, acid blood wh'ch cannot sus?
tain the wasting tissues of the body. Paine's Cel?
ery Compound is a great reconstructant of the ner?
THERE ARE SHOES AND SHOES
From the way our business has steadily Increased it proves that we are j-ivinj*
ocd values in footwear. It has always been our aim to sell Shoes that wear Oar
SHOES. SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS
wen never better than they ar this season. Try a pair.
?.b. a o u. a m j F BROWN.
Closing-out Sales take Place
at BAKER'S every day.
25 Pairs Blue and Green Portiarres, worlh $5.00 and $550, at $3.50 and
$3.75 per pair ; handsome and cheap.
1,000 Pkiirs White, Red aud Gray Blankots from 35c. to $5 00. Don't
buy a pair of Blankets until you see this stock. Bed Comforts from 25c. to
$1 25. You can keep warm this winter at a small cost.
39 Pieces 50-inch all wool 8uitings,in all colors,worth GOc , at only 37ic
per yard. Five yards makes a whole suit and only costs yon $1 87 for a nice
00 Lbs. Best Factory Yarn at 60c. per lb.
GAPES-CAPES AND JACKETS.
Capes from 75c. to $10.
The greatest bargains in Gent's, Ladies and Children Winter Under?
wear in town.
Have you seen our $1 00 Cassimere, now selling at |0c. Baker bas
always been headquarters for Cassimeres, Kerseys, &e.
The biggest stock and lowest prices will be found at
E. T. BAKER'S.
MARKET CORNER. FREDERICKSBURG, VA
(* irre-], mden m of Vht V >? ?? Ls
Welch's, Vs., N >v. l.Vh.
I ii!iv?< rend with Dsnefa i
your article in Tuesday's issue opon
tin- subject ol narr lags ootiei i of the
it day. H >*? the DOti ei arc
lengthened oat auo" sTerything ?I i s
gustingly i laggerati >l No matter h<> <*?
h m:. Iy the bride may be and non
yet, as yen say, she is r< presented to
s beireas ol the n??. *i ii i?>?rti ?od,
anil tii?> bridegrooB, boe/evei worth
i nnpi omi ' g, ij represent? >I
us the ebief ui.iu of bnsioess io bis
oooaty. Theo the dress of the bride
e reported to i be publie. The
ebnreb or parlor where the marriage
is liml is tu Ip ? described .1- decorated
i>- \ "i.il aoytbiog evei seen I ?
and the organ mnsic, as yon say, ifa
? ser retdi r< >1 1" - enl ?.: I ?re,
hi il th" most I
1 f. Why ib "i '1 the p?*rt :?
?re this untrue account of
marriage to be pu?li?hed 10 the worl :
I sen not eooeeive. V ?o editoi
in pert, cheek this growing ee?l bt
cbargiog advertising ratea, ?hieb 1
bope yon will do. Vom readeis an
! ing tnJ nninti
I am gratifl id to ces su b a warm
reception h -nt m lady
to Mr-. Jef
ft-rson Davis at Richmond, bal I il ?
bins* th?! nur p
. aniDg into en 1
?bouI monamente to Mr, i1 ?\
t'hiiJren ai.il gi ind el il Ireo. A
great t man as ut* nndoubtedlj
ret it cannot be di Died thai Virginia
? oduced many, very n an]
in all r y tin
f it, ai d yet with the exception
ol Washington, I ??? d
? tii? m far ,1 n looks as il tb<
. ttion 11 10 be taoghl that
none of th?' widows or descendants ol
Virginia's great men ar?- to Di
' Mr J B
of M ississippi,
Mr. Win I
to learn of bis improved eooditi in.
ge Welch ?a improfing, hut
lowly, Be baa been eoi
- bed nod .- about a
The Universal Language.
ations between the races ami
the nations are now so close that the
f a common language presses
upon ua. I'ntil we have 000,
takes as to the meaning of intricate
passages in protocols and treaties
will increase the danger of bloodshed
??nd wane of men and material ; until
we bare it, business will be bnnii Di 1
in<l intercourse restricted ? w* woull
understand each other that we may
I ve in peace, if not brotherhood, but
that man is suspected whose language
is a mystery.
Undoubtedly the time is coming
when al! men can converse in a com?
mon tongue, as the learned onc-> did
in Latin and as the polite once did in
French, though the adaptation of it
to common people aud purposes will
mike it more like the I.'ngua Franca
of crusading times?a selection from
many rather than the adoption of
>ne. Hut what one shall furniih the
iiasis for this product ot the future?
which of the many can already show
the best claim of fl'ness, adaptability
and hospitality to change* that must
await it T
lu all respects Eiglish is thr
tongue. B >iug both Latin and Teu?
tonic in degree, it can adapt it?
self to the neceagities of every situa?
tion. It is the most hospitaH? tongue
known ; it already has the fullest lit?
erature, and it is already spoken all
round the earth It is at home in
Europe and America and Asia and
Africa ; it is as familiar to the Pa?
cific surges SB to the Atlantic, and it
is pre-eminently the language of bu?
siness, of precision, of condensation
and exactness. It is rough and un?
musical, but it is full. German is its
nearest rival, and the German gov
ernment prefers F.aglish for its tele?
graphic instruments, because their
own tongue is burdened with dupli.
cate sounds and hampered by cbarac
ters that ruin the eyes.
English is already used by 150,000,
000 people, and it is being taught to
400.000,000 others in Asia and Africa.
To fit itself for the work expected of
it in the future, it is getting rid of all
u il-?tions, its dialectichl d.ff-?rence*
are of no importance,and its methods
if teaching are the best. Mexico
wrote the tteaty with .Tapan in English
to make the meaning clear, and En?
glish is the language of modern
$100 Beward, $100.
Tie rentier? ef *.hls paper will he i>i,-n.-c.i to
learn that there s at ?eas? one dr ailed dil
MM fat ?c?eme liar) been able to cur?' In all
ts stauen and that is ('tita rh. Hal 'sCatarri
"ur is the onlv po.-ltive cure known to the
m?'dlcal fraternity. Catarrh being i mrst!
tut i nal disc se. require? a constitutional
treatment Halt's Catarrh dire is taken In?
ternally, act ng directly upon the liiood and
mucous surfaces of the system thereby de?
stroying-the foundation of the dtceaae, and
?riving the patient strength by building up
the const tutlon and aoslstltig. nature In do?
ing Its ta- rk. The proprietors have s > much
faith In its curative powers that they offer
One Hundred Dollar? for any case tha it
falls to rare. Bead for list of test monia's.
Address. F. J. CHKNKV ft CO)., Toll
8ild b? nniKa-l?*?. 75c.
Hall's Family Plils are the best
The onion is now being boomed as
a reliable weather prophet. It is
said that when the winter is to be
cold, onions develop two or three
skins, whereas if the winter is to be
mild they consider 01 e jacket suffi?
Dr. Oady's Oondltlou Powders, are
just what a horse needs when In bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food but
medioine and the best In nee to pot a
horse in prime condition. Price M
oents per package For gale by M M
A Beautiful Lawn
i- .1 jo*i the for
tin; ii can be
Lawn Grass Seed
and folio in.
plcte ?i:.. "ll,
"I I l'A II -,
.11 in Wo. .i '- I lescriptive
: for the
asking, or will he mailed upon
receipt ol ?
I. W. WOOD& SONS,
Seedsmen. Richmond, Va.
?i ? -.?n
? i- better
Elsetloa Frauds in Philadelphia.
Tbe Washington, l> C, Post ?ha?
" <?u nniin - ions .luring tin?
pest fifteen or twenty jeera The Po !
i a? ealled the attention of its Phila?
delphia contemporaries to the fact
'hat con77; tit reble uumbers of Wash*
g no right of fuf
t n?;? m Pennsylvanie, 'were trans
! to the Quaker City ?m i
reenriiog elee ion i!av. t i be voted
end often. Th. fated
thet un ti .?ii bed m ver ?i i led n
an:a, ami other?? who
niKtle i.', pretense of a right t<? vote
. mede np those interesting as?
?n parties. Tho infamous bosi
nets was carried on with little at
tempt at conc-alrni-nf. Iodeed, some
of the ? i dei'gbted
ride Htttl un ?bun
ereetnre comforts, both
liquid end -' ? '1, thai tbey eonld not
.?f-traiu ibeir inclination to talK
* it to tbeir s soeietes in their
With e lil iregen I tbey
I enter into details as to tbe
number of votes they bad east in a
tlav. It w?i- this car?
? f crime by its perpetrators that
brougnt the mattet to the knowledge
of The Poet.
" For all these year? and until las-t
week tbe unconcern of the criminal*
was matched by tho indifference of
the authorities of Philadelphia. The
Post bad become almost convinced
that its warnings were regarded more
as an impertinence than in any other
liriit , tbat tbe loud professions of a
determination to detect and punish
election frauds were insincere, so
often had th. y le,?n made but to be
full >wed by inaction. But something
happened last week which threatens
serions depression if not annihilation
to the traffic in Washitigtonians for
ut 1 zttion in swelling Republican
maj ?ritios in Philadelphia.
" Tbe Poiladelphia Press has re?
peatedly ?stated that it was possible
to return 80 000 fraudulent votes in
that city, and that it bad been d?ne?
la last Sunday's i-sue of the Press
th?? leading editorial discusses ' ap
prilling ballot crimes.' It states tbat
I one of the methods by which election
frauds have been perpetrated in some
of the wards of Philadelphia for years
has been pretty fully exposed in the
evidence taken before Magistrate
? Eisenbrowu on Friday afternoon, Tbe
! Press reproduces tho statement made
j by one of those arrested for the crime,
j which shows that in tbe Thirteenth
? Division of the Seventh Ward, where
the Press asserts there has not been
| an honest election for years, m^n who
I were brought from Washington acted
! as election officers ; that before any
citizens had appeared at the polls to
vote the ballot-b >x was stuffed with
200 marked ballots ; that afterwan'
13 more marked ballots were stuffed
iu the box ; that of the 339 votes re?
turned from that division only l'_M
bad been honestlv cast, 215 being
fraudulent. The Press gays the evi
denco al-io implicates an ex member
of the Legislature in the crime of
marking the ballots witb which tbe
box was stuffed. This, in brief, says
our Republican contemporary, is tb6
story of tbe crime committed in one
division of the 1,000 voting divisions
of the city.
** In order to support its allegation
of 80 000 frandnl'-ut votes, the PrefS
pubmiiH that if a single election divi?
sion can return 215 fraudulent votes,
it can be readily seen how 80 000, or
more than 80 000, may be piled up
without encroaching upon any divi
sion where there is a disposition to
hold an honest election ; the twenty
seven divisions of tbe Seventh Ward
' alone, on the basis of the operations
in the Thirteenth Division, conld ??
turn a fraudulent vote of 5,000
?'Why it is that repeaters are im?
ported to cast Republican votes in a
city that would be overwhemiugly
Republican on an honest vote is a
mystery that we cannot folly explain
? we only know that it is a fact. We
cannot explain why several varieties
of apples grow on the same tree?but
we know tbey do And in tbe domain
of art, one branch of which is practi?
cal politics, there are developments
as inexplicabo by the uninitiated as
in nature's realm"_
A Night cf Terror.
"Awful anxldty was felt for the
widow of the brave Qeneral Born ham,
of Machias, Me., when the doctore ?aid
the oonld not live till morning," writes
Mrs. 8. H. Lincoln, who attended her
that fearful night. "All thought she
most soon die from Pnenmonia, bnt
she begtted for Dr. King's New Discov?
ery, saying it had more than once saved
her life, and had enred her of Con?
sumption After three small drses ?be
slept easily all night, and its further
i use completely cured her. " This mar?
velous medicine is guaranteed to cure
all Throat, Ghent aod Lung Diseases.
Onlv 50o and $1.00. Trial bottles free
at M. M. Lewis' drug store.
A Once Happy Bride Now a Broken Heartfd
Widow Interesting Letter From Gleaner.
n ?rresp nden. ?? of 'f I i Lanoe. )
Lenosetar, N.v. IB, 1899,
'-\ iw Chill N vcmber's surely blast"
end the s ?v.-s of our dwell?
logs, and ?weeps away many ?? cln r
i-l.ed plan, many a h'pe from tie
hearts of ditsappoinled aspirant? fot
office, und tbetl faithful allies.
Our annnul fair Is a potent faotOS in
dispelling tbe differences which are en
?endend during a political campaign,
and if fot U'i other reason, onr people
feel encouraged in trying to continue
its maintenance. It is said that the
c untenances of many there, wore a
m st higgard ex pie?.?, mn, indicative of
late hours and undue dissipatti ". We
rry for the wives and daughters
of -unh enthusiastic p liticians, whoie
c iurne i? unch as to extinguish respect,
f >r the men really act like lunatics and
idiots during an ex :itmg canvass.
The c ?ioted population, seemingly an
Interested as when the old tlru? Repub?
lican?- u-c 1 t > run for t Dice, have been
li tiding their meetings, elbowed by
ahite men win on. scorned the white
Republicans as "a ?parcel of negro lor*
0 ?? ill darkey wasxbeerdj ?"
?jaj "W< likes f et these votln times
to cum rwti, white iiieu 'bpect ar'
thinks heap or wa an' reatiy to
h ipe os eberry way then "
V. rily we hive p tance 1 u[t ?n strenge
times, not at all conducive to elevation
.racfer; and whil* our yjung
ire n iw engaged in evoking the
eld of the spirits, by the table rapp
nigs, we would suggest that s. me of
them '-ill up thme who *? made
the grievous mt-tike of "universal
soffrage;" Line?lo, Sumuer, Sewarri
and others, and ask these shades from
Shawdow Land : "How .1 > you relish
the bitter doses of y ur own medi
Several of our prettiest girls
ar?* "mediums, " but are not interested
in th? ?e sorts of (j'i-stions
Rut a dlgresslou fr. m the genersl
tn >r of this letter forcea itself npt n
tli- writer s attention. It is, the very
serious tianry Is it right 10 the sight
of Due who has veiled all these
l from us, to appeal to our loved
ones who have passed from our ken?
It is; true that mu'h unfolding of
niy-t?ry has been revealed; hand writ?
ing rec >gniz?d, dim outlines of figures
etc . etc But the inference is, from
the vague and rapid utterances of the
spirits, and unsatisfactory views, tbat
it,is oneof the "presumptions sins" of
which we are so repeatedly warned.
"Ho far thou ehalt go," Beeas to be
the warning In which an invincible
Power permits us to see through a
glatis darkly. We mty seek to pene
trate the veil which hides our deed
from our sight, or to dive into the
future of this our earthly way, and
find no fullness or fruition of joy in
such an attempt. There id naught in
the scriptures to warrant suoh action,
and if the spiritualistic revealing? be
true, that tbey are so vague and unsat?
isfactory, denotes the displeasure of an
outra ed God.
Some of the connections of Mr. Geo.
Chadwick, in this county and else?
where, have lately been shocked and
distressed on hearing news of his death
which occurred in Havana, Cuba,
Oct. II, to which place he was trans?
ferred last winter from the War De?
partment at Washington, under Gen?
eral Brooke. Ha was married to Miss
Graoe Harvey, of that city, about
eleven months prior to his death, most
of which time she spent in Havana
with him. L?ft Washington a happv
bride, she now returns a broken
hearted young wid iw. Mr.O. was born
in Alabama, where his parents now
reside. Hi has many prominent rel?
atives there, and in Virginia.
Tbe Sunday School at Trinity will
miss the three bright little Barwells,
our rector's ohildren. This school has
been steadily diminishing, some of its
members having moved away, others
grown np and married, and several
have died. Three of its orglaal teach?
ers, Mr. and Mrs. Moody and Mr. Haf
vey Gresham, are still at their post of
Mrs. Moody bas always perferred tbe
infant class, which in turn has always
been attached to her. Not long ago
when her class was reading about the
prowess of the Biblical Sampson, and
she told them he was called "the
strongest man who had ever lived;"
the little boy, Edward Burweli, enter*
el a most indignant protest to bis
teacher's assertion: "Indeed he isn't
half so strong as Schley, and my Pa is
stronger than either of them." The
dear child bad the Bible charaoter and
the commodore of recent fame mixed
up in his little brain, for he has heard
much reading and talking about the
two ?Sampson and Schley.
We agree with the little darling re?
garding the strength of his father in
one way, for he is strong in faith and
duty ; strong in the love and regard of
his people, who should have yearned to
grow stronger under his patient guard?
Two old "reynards" were oaptured
and slain one day last week on Plain
View farm, near Lanoseter O. H. Two
ex-Oonfederates, and indefatigable old
huntsmen, Mr. Tom Barker and Mr.
Barton Heynte joined In the sport ; one
of them saying he had left bis sick
bed for the purpose.
Two oolored women engaged In an
ngly fight near this place not long
ABSOLUTELY ?PUR E
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
NOvai laKtM aoavots CO., afw roa?.
go, and a . is now in j ail
for wounding a i i n*ed k'itl at the
fair with spistol
Itev. Mr Dennis and wife, of Man?
chester, were visitors recently at the
Miss Mary Nortna Oresham spent
several days of the past week with her
cousins, Mli-ses Jurlith and Ella Carter
ne.ir (Jhesape ik-* fair grounds.
Messrs Broeet Gre-h.atn, ?jlin Ohil
ton and Charlie Suead, were pleasant
oallers in onr midst last Sunday.
The intention of many is to sit np
tonight and watch for the meteoric
The Best Plaster.
A piec* of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain Bilni and bound
on to the aff-jcted parts is Superior to
any plaeter, When troubled with a
pain in the chor or hide, or a lame
back, give it a trial Yon are certain
? ) t.-' mote than pleased with the
prompt relief which it affords. Pain
H ihn is aim) a certain cure forrhenma
tiSBB. For ?ale by M. M. Lewis, drug
King Smythe's Queer Town.
A dispatch to the New York World
from Atlanta, (la., says :
? town of 7 0U0 inhabitants with
no police, no Mayor and no city gov
en meut, la described by "Bill Arp,''
the Southern author, in a newspaper
article? Ptlzer, S. C, is the subject
of bis sketch. ??>
Majir Smith has jase returned
frem Pelzer. He declares that no
lawyer? or editors are permitted to
live within the town's limits, as the
inhabitants have no use for such pro?
fessions. The entire town is owned
by a Southern cotton-mill corpora?
tion, of which Capt. Smvthe, of Char?
leston, '8 the head. This latter person
age is <!eno initiated "king" of the town
by "Bill Arp." His slightest word is
law, and he is the idol of each of the
There are a few doctois in the town,
one photographer and a free library.
Pour preachers perform their func?
tions, bat there are no saloons, blind
tigers or cigarettes.
Negroes are not allowed to live in
the town, and although they live on
the outskirts and do some of the
heavier chores, as Mtj >r Smith ex
presses it, "Capt. Smythe does not
like his subjects to mix with them."
The story reads more like a romance
than a collection of cold facts.
We sre sure you do not.
Nobody wants it. But it comes
to many thousands every year.
It comes to those who have had
coughs snd colds until the
throat Is raw, and the lining
membranes of the lungs sre
Inflamed. Stop your cough
when It first sppesrs. snd you
remove the great danger of
stops coughs of all kinds. It
does so because it Is a sooth?
ing and healing remedy of great
power. This makes it the great?
est preventive to consumption.
Put one of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Plasters over your lungs
A who/* Modlaal
For four rents la ?tainpi to pay r?w?
ago. ?? will land you lUlaaii magical
Modlcml Adr.'ce From.
We haaa tin eiclualve ?araieaa of
toma af the moat ?milnoui pha-aulan?
In tha United Slat??. Unutual uppor
tuiilllei aud lonf ?ipartauca eiul
?ontly St thai? for |H?i.ig T?" ">?*'%}
adrlci. Wnta fraaly ail ? >'? ?""??T I
ulart In tout ?????? fou will receive a ,
?rou.pl r?-plT. ?"V"?*/??'-.?.?
December 1, 1807.
S. H. BEALL,
ba\ltLf bought out the entire Hardware
Stock of John A. Stone, will oontlnue the
?t the OLD STAND, on COMMBRCB ST.,and
la now laylnf in a full NBW STOCK O?
GOODS In the Hardware Lin? wkloh he will
?ell at the
Lowest Cash Prices,
M*r Oo ?nd tee ?!? b?fcr? roa bar
NEW FALL CLOTHING.
'Ki? * I
Men and (toys' Suit?, all styles and prie??.
Cbllciren'a School Suits ami extra Koee Pant?
Hats, bbirts. Overalls and Trunks at Lowest
Also sift-nt fur Sweet, ?rr A Co '*
Punta and Louts and .iverxlla.
JAMBS T. LATTON
f-l liU/PDC ?'hoice ROSE BUDS.
r LUWCK3 . AKNATIO.NS.VtOLBTe
un?l ?cher CUT Kl.' WKKi and F LOE A L
DESIGNS at very ltKASONAULB PBICB8
Lave rdersat B. c. Ninde's, Malo street,
J. PALMBB GORDON
?yiorttt. A Is* land. Ta
R. L. BISOOE.
M. O. WILLIS, President; A.P. BOWBJa
Vice-President: H. P. CBI8MOKD, too
reury ; B. D. COLB, Treasurer.
The Cbeapest Telephone Service In Vliwlnta
Prompt and efficient service 0 OAKANT?BD
%W~ Suttsoribers wanted.
H P. OBISMOND,
The Iron Duke
is guaranteed by us and if the bristles
fall ont we will give you another. Can
anything be fairer.
Johnston & Pearson
QEO. J. FLETCHER,
ARCHITECT ANT) BUILDER.
Plans, Specifications, Elevations, DeUlis.
Work of all kimJa in the building line.
Thorough personal supervision of ?I
w?rV, town or ?rtnnt*??*
Pure Country Vinegar
and fresh PICKLING SPIOES
(correct prices) at
Magrath & Chesley's.
?i/neesesor to Bmbrey A Berryman.)
Dealer In RAILPOAll CROSS TUB, OB
DAB POSTS, SPOKES AND H00Pi
Keeps constantly on hands large sof.iv
Of Baled Hay and Mill Feed. ?***TO?asi ?.
Railroad Denot F*>s*leTl*k?a*ii?s? ??
FOR SUPERIOR ARTICLE
which on account of their i
are specially advised for metOfT^ e**a*
Sold and reconuriended by
CHAS. WALLACE A BRO.
M. O BTPAIBURGIR.
Wn'O'iritk starg, Fa
Attention Harvester? !
MAOHINE OIL and FLY PAPKR
Magratb & Ghe6ley,e.