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Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and Manufacturing Interests of Fredericksburjc and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
vol lr>.?No. 141
DERICKSBURG Va. I '] it! RS DA Y," NOVEMBER 30 1899.
A BIG WOMAN,
175 TO 200 POUNDS
(Sionot a'.aa-BT? tSt)<1 lUM ?ft .H -
?a"fss J*< ' '?""
l>?rof l?ra-e - ' I ' and i '
la ge na-'tres I r r w ran
?bou '? -
Closing Out Prices.
ing i>ut Pi
l.'k-.nl St'itm ' .i;?-- Hi
Jlli. Our?.U.stn?- 0 .
Children's Dress Goods. I
Look after :
a. ur children sud se that
warm V u ?< its the d ?
anxiety by p e ? oil ar ?
from l*i'k ot li'itliiurf tot n.
Shirt? for lilts ones 1 year C*lf
anl pants I 12* ?a^IilVa.
.. , ..
1 . I
? i i Ij a Ini.re? and ws"t?
j - il ?ays afford them. Here
?;,??: in you
(?OOds w;tb ariMi.J I .- . ? ? ? . ;i d.
Seek a d ?ort
we are nit new a
in our stock
E. W. 5TEARN5,
OPERA HOUSE DRY
We are Sellinir
At Old Prices
Woman's Oil Gram Lice Climax. 3 to 8, iiSets. Misses Veal Calf (tips
on toe?) Li?e. 13 to 2. 75 ts
Men's B>ots. G to II. ?t $1 3<J. Boyi' B^ots. 1 to?, St9125. Children'?
Shoes at 50, 60 and 75cts.
BR?LLE <? T9MBERLAKE.
921 Main Street. Or>p. Market Entrance
We Cleaned Them Out
The entire stock of
Ends, Single Pieces, &c,
of the Washington Woolen Mills bought for
less than they cost to manufacture. (The rep?
utation of this mill needs no comment.
BARGAIN HUNTERS WILL HAVE A SNAP
Come Early 0RL?? Ytll
For Ladies' Skirts, Men's Suits and ends for the
Boys, they have no equal.
J. T. Lowery & Co.,
Cheapest Dry Goods & Notion House in Virginia.
We are in receipt of our usual
stock of fresh?
?IBJATS, RAISINS, CITRON, pRrjtES
LEMON*?, OoCOAM'TS, l'ANI?IEJ,
CAKl-8. MINCE MEAT, FatlUTB,
and many other seasonable articles.
Our stock is full and u?*n?*u?llv large.
Our good?, are NOT THE BEST, but
th* FINEST. Always buy the
Magrath & Chesley.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
CARRIAQBB. 8URRBY8, BU??*t?IBS
CONCURD AND ?P1NDF 1 WAHUN*,
Platform Spring Wagons.
Bruins? and Pleasure Wagons of svtrv
description. Bpcelal attention ajreats to r*
rsslrlnr and ranslxtlnr
M. O. WILLIS, President; A.P. HOWb.Jb.
YitM-Presldent : H. F. CRI8MOND. 8ee
Mtary ; B. D. COLB, Treasurer.
Ths Cheapest Telephone Servloe In Virginia
Prompt and efflolent ?ervtoe OCAKANTLBU
? F. OaiSMOBTD,
QEO. J. FLETCHER,
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.
Plan?, Specification?, Elevations, Deuils.
Work of ah kinds in the building line.
Thoroofh personal supervtstoc of al
?ark, town ? ?oontiy.
GEORGE W. WROTEN.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
Will famish Plans and Brxacincations, will
oontract for erecting all classes of
Buildings ; furnish bands hv ' > e
day and superintend the work
In town or country.
ssssr Charata? reatonab la
A. MASON GAUNER.
Contractor and Builder,
"rinoess Anne tu. Opposite Tyler's Foundry
U7"Guaran?esa!l work in his line to be done
?rt.mptly and In a flrst-o?as? manner at rook
Just reoeived s large lot of
Blinds, Cypress Shingles
N. C. Flooring and
whloh 1 sell cheaper than any one els?
In the city.
Can and ret my prloes before buylnr.
W. 3. ?MBREY.
tinooeseor to Hmbrs* St Merry man. !
Dealer tn RAILPOAD 0BO88 TIBS, OB
DAR P08T8, 8PORK8 AND HOOPS
Keeps constantly on hand s large snppit
, si Baled Hay and Mill Peed, sjr Offloe nss
Sstlrosd Depot Fredsrlskssarg. Vs.
For Fall Planting.
We have jusl issued .1 special cir?
cular "A New Idea about Planting
Potatoes," recommending the
d? m il experimenting with planting
Early Potatoes in the Fall. We will
n. iil circular free to any ene in?
CANADA FIELD PFA5
Sown in V' nd I December
nuke ,1 large-yielding and most
nutriti early next
year. Write foi circular giving
price and informa
T.W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen,
RICHMOND, - VIROINIA.
Wood ? Descriptive Catalogue for IOOO will bt
In? in the Smith. Send your :
. as i.bUt'd,
P. WcCracken, Bro. & Co.,
? : ? ?STD KsTAII.?
.'f?.-r i ..-? RYE
from the fol
lowing -? ?-ruft A ?'o.
if Ohii o., of
\. o? Mary
and w k Uray ol mia.
er A I
MRS. JENCIE MONROE,
I 1.1 H IN
Liquors and Groceries,
ommvroe t., PRBDERICKBUBG.Y.
1 sin : ? rated
a r-i.l.uui >l) \a H SK iv | ? to keen ? I
H '" Iri-t hi
ibe world. APPLE liu.vMHI Bd ir..m It:.uu u>
rn<-,| Potomac HerrlliKOti
lit )<'iir Inti I is "ii noe be
fore buying or manir;* your pureha?e?.
MRS. JBNC1I MONROE,
GROO E RIES.
?A MIL i" OrttXKKIB? OP ALL KIKDB.
Mv stock of Liquors is large, consisting of
?ore*ipii and Domestic HKANDIK8.
'nre At'tilewixxi ai-.d Karruert friend Pnre
Rve Whiskey, ti a irallon.
<AONIPl?;ENl aH'I.K HKANOY WAK
?Xar. OOMMBB4 K AND LIBBKTY 8T8.
ELK RUN WHISKEY.
This celebrate brand of KKMTU011
PTJRKRYK WHIsKEY (ruaranta-ed Mr
proof and 2 yea's o?d ai I'-' |*r k 1 on in for
ir.le by Mr? .1 t. Monroe, ?'onmierce
itreet, Prtadsrirkstrarg a a. Por Ha-or it
las no BU|*rior at the price. Il is s nooth
.?lea?aiit t'i d-ii.k, Htui there is not a head
si he in a gallon Come and trv it. and vou
will huy no other.
ism im ww
Sfs promised the public If they would give
us a i>hare of their pat run-are we won <1 give
them Ritislii tin i. This w? bar? d ne, and
the pro") ?re h see for It it thHt today ?re
control the argesl trad? ol Hny hones In this
?eot'on. and ?? ?re bare mad < ou' tmi<- m.
i-ha I ?I I I h".O it and Ihm W I.y ir?a ?nar eure
no da, luil nuasurc and yuurmono'i worto,
VoiK ch ice of any of the following brandi
at *-.'0U per Kal.on ;
King of Kentucky,
Whiskey from $1.20 per gal. op.
01N8, HUMS, BRANDIR?, BBR1
AMI H'>'1TLK1> LIQUORS.
and all (roods to lie found In a wholesale and
retail l.lquorand tobacco House.
W? appreciate your patronage.
Strasburger & Son,
|i| ana Sisa Uotsmerae 8u
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Pare Rye Whiskey, Pnre. Old Ram, Part
Holland Gin, Pare Sherry Wine, Pate
French Brandy, Pare Apple Brandy,
Pure Peach Brandy, Pare Blackberry
Brandy. A complete stock of Liquor?
for medical use at the old Reliable
Grocery 8tore of
CHAS. WALLACE* BRO.
Oor. Main Commerce Sta.
AND DHALBR IB
dents' Furnishing Qood.
My Stock is now complete In every depart*
ment, consisting of the latest styles and best
fabrics from French, English, Scotch and
American manufactur?e, selected with the
greatest care with the view to supply ths
wants and taste of every customer. Every
Bottom Prices and Satisfaction
Also full line of Gents' Furnishing Goods
sach as Dreas Shirts, Night Shirts, Drawers,
Dollars, ttatts. Olovea, Onspenders, Scarfs,
Ties, 8ilk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Half
Hose, Scarf PinB, Cuff and Collar Buttons.
Watch Chains and Charms, SilJk, Alpaca ans?
Gingham umbrellas, Ac.
sjr Call and examine onr steer
Daciol and Eryan.
W I tened aiib clu
1 ?m Thursday uighl i?? tlm tplen?
? ?>t Major John W. I? ?ot? I
tb A tademy ul M isie, and althoa
m? t? uohed Le d qui itions up
which he n ii 'l'ii" Tinji s arc
r, there ?as little in the ?
?? ?are wbieb ?Ii ! u ?? m
Hi? treatment *?f the qo<
ion nuil tbe question <?t ti i
; .1 ly. philosophical m
. in-like. ? pointed ont th
W?> hid ?liten ?i ipon a Ii?' -
Bra i?t eipaoflion h? ?I orgaoiittin
and that we could no more <?t>.-iru
; nit ?i? v? lopmc t than w ? c ul?l da
ihr Misbib*I| pi wi b bnllrn
i out ?I; it u org inning ?>n ll
??ne hand Mij?l in npending on tl
? ther ii." Aoglo-8 x ?n wuH simp!
(?ul iwi ig tbe bettl of bis in? I
.? i ; Qlhng ths mission wbieb b
?.'.r?. led. S na tor I> miel
?l ? s ?my t.? what
?? tiled itnpe ialiam H s
aeq Pnilippine-i I-I indi
He w is opposed to tl
these ialaud?, but in bis ow happ
and witty way I
hon we ba i e ?m" into po se ision ?
tin- Philippines, under lbs eonstitu
tinn >'f this c ui.ir> it was il
Hint whenever we ?? it into a pr?
ment, we must uitlc the best <>f it.
?' imiog t" ipaal ?? f trusts, b?
point? ?I nut on the one band
go ?I tentures, ami i n tue other bam
t ?eir b-"J features, and be laid tritl
bis usual frankness ami ln?ni il -
be ?lui t. t kti'.w wl.at Wafl lb?
course t?> pursue toward them. Ba
?ith an opt ini-m 111 *% t eut bused hi
andiene? mu? put the ? n mists t?
tne blush be declared bis implieii
t-iith in i be Ameriean people, sayini
that whil?' be did n?>t kn ?w abat th?
Bolutiou would be ii- knew il
Ameriean peuple w ?eld fi ?1 tb?
.nil the true ? ntion, and thai
all tbtfM thing? w ?uld be n
erve the people ami tfl |
Amen, we say to tb -t. ai ?1 amen.
It ia tbe statesman'? view, it is the
uplifting view, it 1? th?? view Pint
mapires every man with eoofldenec
and as-urince and roaie? him to feel
tbat this great eooatrj where the
people rule is b-?yond tbe power o(
tbe political demagogue to do it
N ? man could listen to thin addrest
of Mnjir Daniel's without being a
better oitiiea, and if it 00 uld be beard
by tbe wh-il? America? people from
Daniel's elufjuent lip?, Ibere would
n.? an instantaneous clearing of the
political atmoppbero and tbe solution
of tbe problem would not be long
Here is the difference between
tt?-y&n and Daniel. Bryan says " I
have discovered the remedy for
Daniel says, I have given thi? ques
tion my earnest study, but I urn frank
to say that I have not discovered the
remedy fur trusta.
Bryan says: The tru?t is ?.[together
wicked, and if not throttled by the
government, it will ruin the country
and eni-Uve the p?-ople.
Daniel says : There is a good Bid?*
as well as a bad side to the trust. I
do not koow just how it would be
done, but I know tbat the American
people are greater than trusts, and
therefore, tbey will in their own time
and their own way, regulate tbem
and make the trust? serve tbem, with
out checking enterprise or impeding
Here is the difference, we say,
between a Nebraskan Populist and a
Virginia Democrat.?Rieb T mea.
Loa_'B Orden ta Schley.
The Richmond Dispatch says :
''It Is obarged by the friend? of Ad
mirai Schley that Secretary Ling'
??rders to him not to visit any Souti
Atrican port without special instruc
tions, and which confine his statioc
to South American waters, are de
?igned to keep the Admiral as mud
in obscurity as possible during in?
coming session of Congress. It if
not to be questioned that should th?
gallaut Marylander visit any port n
Soutn Africa in which there happen??
to be British warships, he would b?
received with tremendous eclv; and,
aa this would be very distasteful tc
tbe Sampson clique, it looks as i
there was a gooj deal in tbe charge??
of Scblej's friends touching L mg'i
unusual proceeding in giving tut
bero of Santiago a hard and fast
"Svhltty's predecessor in commanc
of the South Atlantic station reached
Rio via the Mediterranean, the Red
Sea, Delagoa bay and Cape Town,bm
Schley is directed to proceed to th?
Bmz lian oapital iu as straight aim?
as possible. Hi? co.iln.g points ate
marked out for him in advance, and
each move he proposes to make mus?
he indicated oetorehand, bo ?bat the
department can stop it if necessary.
The Baltimore Sun thinks this looks
like petty persecution of Sebley tor
Uaviog won the battle of S.ntiago
and taken tbe laurel? inteuded for
tbe department's favorite, and we
agree with our contemporary.
Yet the persecutors might do well to
remember that their course may re?
sult in reopening the Schley-Samp
son controversy in C ?ogress, and to
their sorrow. If it shall develop tbat
tbe purpose of L ?ng's orders is what
it is open to tbe suspicion of being,
these orders may prove a boomerang
for tbe whole Sampson ring."
$100 Reward, 1100.
The reader? et thi? paper wUi be pleased to
learn t???t there s a. ?eat? ?me dr ailed dl -
ea-e f at ?sttlr-T hits been atile to cure In ?11
its stave? and that Is Cata rh. Hal 'sCatarr
Cur is ?ho onlV positive cure ku.wn to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being- S cm.at!
tutl nal dise ??.-. requl 01 a con-tltutlonal
tieattcnt Hall'?? aiairh Cure 1* ?asen In?
ternally, act ng directly upon ?he b?ood and
tniK'i.ui) i-urfac.-s of th? ?ysiem thereby d.
?troyiu? tbe foundation of the nl-ease, and
ni-In?/ttx- puient strength by bulidlna- up
the const tutlon and a-stsilng nature in do?
mic its * ra. The proprietors bave ? ? much
faith In it? ouiiilvi? power? thai they i.ffcr
One Hundred Dollar? tor any case tha It
fail? to cure. Seim for list of test minial?.
Address. P. J CHKNBY A C ?., Toledo,0.
8.1d b> DriiKuisis. 7.'k\
Mall's Family Pias are the best.
Senater Daniel Has Spoken.
Ou tbo first page '?t this issue wii
lin found w rit In; hftl Iftid ftftor mucl
; gosdiug i y lbs pre."-, and be ii ?
neither affirmed inn d< Died anything
'? l. han been stated tbroogh tin- pr?s
that tu?' Sou at or in opposed to Win
J Ii \'iti Wbother be bad said f o ii
I private or in public whs n<u tin
tion srhich interested tbe people
tbnt U tbe Demooratie people of tb<
'? nntry, i>ut tbe tact its? If. Il s
?ment heretofore referred to it
? s Banner nf the Senator's nnhos
.? ?unis If throng i ths N't-w Ymk
World) mu? while we are willing to
c re linn thti beat fit of tin? di ''itit.
s?:ll h.s utterances ia the article are
not reassnriog. It is also a fact thiat
SIL.ee be lit.-' IllHlln this puiil I
in- nt, tbe R pnblieafl an! (r ?! I Bog
bars s immeodi it tbe "wti 1 m"
ti .1 " foresight " of the Senator,
whil? the Democratic press has not
ihosrered eompl monts of this char
actor oo h i tu. One G I Bag
rif-r ?Dg to til" aitiulo editorisllj
" M j ?r Dauii-1 eooclnd? b)
l louragemeot to
Democrats in tbe reeent rleotions.*1
Tm* m i arse with the party
as Col Brynn and his Pjpolist asso
an- bonding li " Tbns are
Senator Dauul's words translated
mads to eoodemn " Bryan ami
Ins p ipnliSl ftfSOilHtlS " Hi- Id niftdi
t rlurs npoa those men who
ba?i tin? ooornge to stand by Mr.
H yao as their ideal ol a ru?t; and h
l.-.-adi r. We are uot so cut that the
translation given by the Republican
and Gold Bag press is strained. The
Bi i-t'oBg in their favor.
in eisl ri'HHon why \hv
101 should at this time speak at
all, if his words he true wb??u be
" I know DO ni Te tinto tb<
1 put'! i-, i' ung oocstantly <>c
. npu il m matters to be de II with
fjnw, atid have DO Suggestion!Of ad?
vice to ' IT r winch I think worthy ol
attention." Tin- day may arrive
wIihu ho will regret tbat he cpuke
? Itber in private or ?n publie on this
inhj -et when he had " nothing to ?aj
worthy of attHtjtiou." M ist
ii c me so when they speak under
such eooditions, and so many i-peak
inns.' .-t^onton Spectator.
Won Girl In a Bet.
A yellow thrysantheranm in his coat
a young man, accomptmed by a hand
s ?me young worn in, with a streamer nf
blue flying from her dress, applied at
the Town Clerk's off! -e in Bridgeport,
Conn., Sunday night for a marriage
license. The young man said he was
James Walker, a salesman, of New
York, aud the young woman said she
wa? Gertrude Miller, 19 years old, also
ot New York As she was not of age,
and could not get the consent of her
p ?rents, the license was refused. Then
they returned to New York. It was
learned that the young persons had at?
tended the Princeton Yale foot-b 11
game in New Haven Saturday, and that
? the girl had consented to become the
wife of Walker if Princeton won.
Working Night and Day
The busiest and mightiest little thing
that ever wa? made is Dr. King's New
Life Pills Every pill is a sugar-coated
globule of health, tbat changes weak?
ness into 'strength, listlessness into
energy, brain-fag into mental power.
Ihev're wonderful in building up the
health ?July 25o per box Sold by M.
Queen Victoria receives au annual
enUry of $1925 000; tbe Prince ot
Wales, $200 000; tbe Princess of
Wales, $50.000; Dowag r Empress
Frederick of Oermanv. $40 000; Duke
of Edinburgh, $50 000; Princesses
Beatrice, Louise, and Christian. $30.?
000 each;Duke of Connanght,$125,000
D icheas of Meoklenburg-Streli'z
115 000; Dake of Cambridge, $60,00oj
Duchess of Albany, $30 000. and the'
cnilimn of tbe Prince of Wales,
$180 000. Then the Prince of Wales
gets the revenues if tbe Duchv of
Lancaster, which approximate $250,
000 yearly. Princess Beatrice, tbe
last of the Q ?een's children to
marry, got as a dowry $150 000.
The Grippe. This oan be avoided by
tiking tea-poonful d >?ea of PAIN?
KILLER in hot wi er sweet-it el, a?
well aa by external sppltoations. full
direct o is are on each bottle. A bottle
of the Pain-K Her kept in the house
will prove Valuable not only for the
G'ippe, but for ordinary oonurhs and
olds Av dl substitutes There ia to?
nne Pain Killer, Perry Davis'. Price
Wo. and 60a
Big Swir.dle Exposed.
W F Miller, bead of the Fraukli
syndicate, uhieb ha? accepted th
deposits of thousands of persons i
I' ooklyn, >?*? * York, ander promi?
? t paying dividends ol 10 per seat.
?? i-K "? 520 p? r rent, per annum, an
1'?? ii L' |i#?. h?s secretary, bave bae
indioted by the Kings 6? unty gran?
j j iry. B ,Dch warrants were issue?
for tin? VH--I of tbere two mea, bu
neither hin bean found.
Tbe police rai'l? d the pt< m I >s '?<?
CUpied hy th?? Franklin syudi? a'<
rhfire was a great orowd ol peopl?
arou ol the tin i It! in _r and the police so ?
?u i .?led it I'l-p, <*t.r Bei.ua o arrest
til I. ?uis Mnl r, In ?oilier of ii)?- head ? I
?in- syndicats ami oaahier ol the eo? ?
'??'in, end t'iok posses ion ?>f $15.000
m oasb. Tii' re wert ? ? t> ? mpl >jes
engage.I at w irk in the ? Aeon, and
tbe a were allowed t?> g >.
!? was stat? d l?v L ?uis Mill- r to the
police tbat the ? Hi e~ were tho'i in tb
bands ot ex-8bt-i IT Daily, of R ch
in ?Lid, lo whom, he said, the con?? rn
bada signed? rbe charge upon wbieb
Miller was 1!.dieted was that of
?piriog to defraud. The district at
torney's off! IB in Brooklyn ha? been
at work on the caso for some weeks,
" prominent have Miller's operation?
become in tbat t in??.
KADI OLtTTIBtaO OFriRA
Millet has b eu engaged for the
past i??i years ia ? f?e tin g hu ghtu-i.
ing indnoements to the people t?- iu
real their nom y tor him t?? make as
ot.but it bas be? n only wit: iu the last
inoiitu that by extensive advertising
iu one way or at.oilier he has man
aged to attract to his ofli?;e hundreds
ul p."?pie ?1 .ily, who gathered in a
long Ime or fought with each other
tor the opportunity to band out their
savniifs. Even when tbe place wag
raidid tonight by the police, a num
: th? so around the tffi es were
waiting to dip? sit money with the
The presence of the police caused
great ex'-itemeot. When they enter
? ?1 the oflet they were iuform d that
at 8 ??'clock tbat night the concern
had made an assignment in the bor?
ough ot Manhattan to James Daily,
? x t-beriff of Richmond. Cnief of De
leciives Reynolds si.id that tbe p? lice
were tbe assignees now, and put Daily
? (I the premises.
Daily has been in the employ of
M Her for some time past. Of tbe
$15 000 taken possession of by tbe
police, something more than $5,000
in cash was found in the syndicate
? ili 'is. From the record which the
police bad made of today's deposits
it was evident tbat a portion of tbe
money had been removed from the
offices, and Louis Miller, the cashier,
wuo was arrested, was called upon to
make an explanation. He at first re
lined, but on being threatened by tbe
police, Baid tbat Miss AunieGory, an
employe of tbe concern who lived in
a house adj ?ining the offices, had
been given a large sum of money in
tbe mornirg by the bead of the firm.
$0 000 IN AN OLD SODA.
The police went to tbe adjoining
house, where tbey placed Miss Gory
under arrest, and, after an exfeuded
search, they f??uud nearly $0,000 con?
cealed in au old lounge in her apart?
ments. Tbe woman then declared
that she had this money in her p is
session for the purpose of paying tbe
employes of the syndicate. Tbe po
lice, however, took possession of tbe
money, and gave Miss Gory her lib
William F. Miller began tbe Frank
lin Syndicate in a very small way
I' c atii g his offices amoog tbe poore
classes in the borough of Brooklyn
and making one feature of bis busi
ness the acceptance of very smal
sums of money and the alleged invest
m??nt of them lot the poor people
tie claimed that by inside tips on tb<
stock market he was able to reap larg?
and quick profits, of which be wai
willing to pay a large peroentage ti
Ho paid the interest on the princi
pal each week, and bis business in
creased. Within tbe past few monthi
he advertised extensively, and in al
parts of Brooklyn could be found mer
who could tell wonderful stories ol
the weekly dividends. Then some ol
the financial concerns in New York
began to look into tbe business of tb<
Franklin syndicate, and not only die
many of tbe prominent financiers de?
nounce as preposterous tbe < ffer ol
10 per oent. interest on money invest?
ed, but some of the banks refused tc
accept Miller's account or to do busi?
ness with him.
BAN A BLIND POOL
It is claimed that Miller was simplj
tbe representative of s syndicate ol
men who had been engaged in coi >
ducting blind pools for years. It u
asserted that the idea of paying un.
usually high rates of interest or nn.
usually fascinating dividends origin?
ated with the Blind Pool project al
Pittsburg several years ago. After
the failure this concern similar oper?
ations were commenced in New York
city and vioinity by what was known
as the Doan Syndicate. Exposure
and arresta resulted in the scattering
of the various members of this syn?
dicate, but some of them are still in
New York. No syndicate ha<? ever
attempted to pay any snob wonderful
rates of interest as tbe Franklin Syn?
dicate. Tbe very fact that tbe news'
papers and financial circles b'gan to
make investigations aroused the pob?
l? ioterest to such an ei'ent and at
the same time in some quarters the
public cupidity that, it is said, within
tbe last week Miller bas received de.
posits of hundreds of people, aggre?
gating a daily amonnt of from $30,
000 to $40 000_
Tetter, Sait? abeam ana Bcstm*.
The Intense ttoblng and smarting In?
cident to the? diseases, le tnttantly
allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye
and Hkin Ointment. Many very bad
oases bave been permanently oared by
it. It it equally efficient for itching
pile? and a favnrate remedy for sore
nipples, chapped hand, chilblains,
frost bites and chronic sore eyes, ?loots.
Vier box. For sale by M. at Lewis
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
?o??t <u.ino etxaof? co., ?i? TO?hc
On the Instalment Plan.
Dewey can nppr.i t" the. i M tim?
minstrel j ike ab nit th*-min who v.si
presented with ? houso ? i biii.-k at a
time ?Ohtcsga It- a rd.
Arraogemi ati srs I sing m i !?? f r the
International Bthioal Oongress in Lm
don next year. Tbers nre ?even of the-'
association* in Lonrl in h< 1 Itog meetings
in varions parts of the capital at <1 h ?v
m? fur iin-ir object the elocldailoo,
application, and pu motion of nor 1
prii.c pies 'lull the growth of ohsi
apitt from supernatural motives.
The sonta] p' siti* n of Admiral Dewfy
at olliciil fanotioos has at Lint been fix?
ed. It h lui 1 th it the Admiral, as a
subordwiit a ' f toe Navy D partim-nt,
coul'l not take preceden ri" f h in sup? ri ir
at u SOOisl fonction. His plaoeoa huch
ooossions si" the Capital th<refote
wnl bo sfterjtbeOsbinetaaddipl nmtic
The Best Plaster.
A piece i f rluinel d.itnpen?d with
ChanibeilainV Tain Balm and bound
on lo the unVoted parts It ?nperior to
any planter. When troubled with a
p tin in the chest or side, ora lune
Da k, give it a trial You are certtain
to be m ne than pleaaed with the
prompt relief which it affords. Pain
li'lm i? alto a certain care forrhenma
i wo For sale by M. M. Lewis, drag
James M Manes, whose death occurred
a few days ago in Philadelphia, was a
giod deal of a boss in his day, and his
infl i?Lce in his pirty was by no means
coi.fined to that city. It was said of
him that he did more than any other
?ingle mm to defeat Qeneral Grant for
a third term nomination. Rosoe
Colliding ?aid of him : "V'iar Irishman
(McManes) did what the Confederates
could never do. Ha defeated Grant. "
It is asserted that no two countries in
tbe world make and eat the some kind
of bread. la England and America
there is the greatest similarity in this
respeot.but the E ogliahman never eats
bread hoi from the orea, nor does he use
biscuits made with shortening.
Bed Hot From the Gun
Was the ball that bit U. B Stead
man of Newark-, Mich , in the Civil
War. It. cau*ed horribl* Ulcers that no
treatment help-d for 20 years. Then
Backleo'e Arutoa Salve cared huu.
Onrea Oats, Braises, Barns, B -ils,
K. 1 ins. 0 irns ?kin Empti.ins. Beat
Pil < care ou earth. 25 cts. a box (Jare
wuarauteed. Sold bv M. M. Lewis,
The op to-date rendering of "Don't
look a gift borse in the month" is
"D ?n't transfer a gift boose to your
wife. "?Kansas City JournaL
Senator Depew it, la aaid, has leased
(he Corcoran mansion at Washington
for his full senatorial term nf ?ix years
at an aggregate rental of $?O 000 His
laiiK'oaate salary for the period will be
Pi How Is this? is?w f?j
Kl Perhaps sleepless nir-htt I _?
mi caused it, or grief, or sick? 11
ft. ncss, or perhaps it was care. Al
No matter wnat the cause. P
If you cannot wish to look old _M
Gray hair Is starved hsir. I_j
wl The hair bulbs have been I w
WE deprived of proper lood or \l
fs% proper nerve force. _ A'
C] ln?*rease* the circulation In ?J
TJ the scalp, gives more power Ik
fL to the nerves, supplies miss? 13
19 in g elements to the hsir V\
VI Used according to direc- ml
_tl tlons, gray hair begins to IL
fc] show color in a few days. IJ
ji Soon It has all the softness Y|
__| and richness of youth and I
1*9 the color of early life returns. \ji
I*J Would you like our book /?
\\ on the Hair? We will gladly 13
? 1 send it to you. AT
#| Write OT/ IJ
If you do not obtain all the \%
Vt benefits you expected from Iw
Pi the Vigor, write the doctor Al
Kj aboutit. He may be able to ml
J J suggest something of value 7/
fa to you. Address, Dr. J. C. |
I Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. Vf
F, C. CORSETS
KAL?MAZOO CORSET CO.
E. T. Baker.
This is a splendid Corsst.
One of our lady customers who
has purchased one of us, says
it is the best fitting and most
comfortable she ever wore.
We have the min all sizes and
prices, ROc, 75c. and $1.00
E. T. BAKER
NEW FALL CLOTHING.
Men and Rot?' Suit?, all ?tylea and pi-loss.
Children'? School Suit?and extra Knee Pasts
Han. ?hint. Overa Is and Trunk? at LoawsS
Prtoss- Alto agent tor Hweet, Orr S Co.t
Pant* and loata and ?iverxiit.
JAMES T. LATTOM
Leading line fiooK stoves
F. F. V.
The Best and Cheapest
Heaters are the
We are Sole Agenta.
_. OK ?
which on sceonnt of tbslr ass an? svsm.
trespseislly advlBtd tor BvtMrlrit) orw>?
Sold and rseornrostidsd ay
CH?8. WALLACX A BKO.
M. Il irBtlBUWitK,