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"elwoBitmotiag" Th? Philipp!
Th? Baltimore Son says :
"Statements made by Reprc
lite Boll of tbe House Oommitt
Military Affaire, Indloate that ne
terlal redaction of oar standing
will be practical for some time I
Administration's policy of imper
la fattened permanently on the 001
Is on interview printed in a Wai
ton newspaper, Mr. Hall is qnot<
follows : 'My own view is that i
be tome time before we can wit)
any large portion of oar army
the Philippines, It seems pre
we ah all reqalre quite a large fore
garrison those islands and to ei
law tvnd order. I think it wll
found neoeeaary to maintain a n
army in this country, as oar so
Will probably not be able to ets
the Philippines the year round
addition, it seems to me thai
moat keep a considerable force in
tor eome time to come ' These i
mente ore significant, because the
modfe by ?Ten Administration man,
is doubtless well informed os t
Tlews of the President, and who.
oays, -In matters affeotiog the mil
establishment is In faror of folio
the Administration. ' Despite oui
leged successes in the Philipp
therefore, and Gen. Otis' persi
claim that the Filipino Army has
Mattered and organized oppositic
longer exists, there seems to be !
doubt that the Administration
keep on unusally large force in tt
lands to assist in the work of pac
lion and 'benevolent assimilation
round numbers, about 65.000 Ame:
soldiers ore already la tbe Philipp
or on tbe way to the islands. As
Hall says it will be impossible to <?
draw any large portion of tnis f
our army in tbe Philippines, v
the work of -reconstruction' is pro?
ing, will probably be twice as bi
the entire standing army of the Ui
Sutes before the war with Spain.
"Mr. Hall refers to the necessil
-keening a considerable force in C
for some time to oome, ' and' If to
phneioe the need of continued occ
lion of the island, sensational re]
hare been sent oat from Havana ol
possibility of an uprising of the
bono. It is hinted that some of
proteges have already 'taken to
woods' for the purpose of organ i zu
'rebellion,' and that there msj be i
one trouble In tbe event American
thority over the Island Is malntal
Booh longer. Such rumors, what?
fonndation there may be for them,
dioate that the Cubans are not eutii
satisfied with our oourse, but il
highly improbable tbat their resentn*
would Uke the form of open re?
against this Government. They h
bean given the moet solemn assurao
by Congress that they shall be free i
independent, and there is no reason
believe their hopes will not be reali
or that the pledges made by Oongi
will not be carried oat to tbe lett
Tbe declaration of Congress has i
been modified in any respect, althoo
tbe sosploions of the Cubans may hi
been aroused by oar pol toy in I
Philippines, as well as by the oovetc
glanoes which certain ardent i m perl
itti and annexationists are direct!
toward the -Gem of the Antilles. ' C
the whole,however, the American p<
pie ore advocates of Cuban lndepe
denoe, and will insist that the deolai
tion of Congress be carried out in go<
faith. Mr. Hall's statement in rega
to ?the ooatinned American occup?t!?
of the island indicates, however, th
the independence of On ba is still
matter of the remote future, and th
Amerioan authority will be snprea
for some time to oome. Of oourse,
the Uaited States is to maintain
?Unding army of 100.000 men, the ne
oes'lty for such a large military estai
llshment must be justified, and tbe a
leged unsettled conditions in Cuba an
the Philippines will be about as good
pretext as any which the Administra
tion oan devise.
"Whatever the final decision of th
Amerioan people may be in regard t
Imperialism, the faot remains that ft
another year at least the oountry wi]
remain on a war footing. Aguinaldo'
army, as Gen. Otis reports, may hav
vanished In the air, and tbe Filipino
may be 'tumbling over themselves, ii
their eagerness to embraoe -benevolen
assimilation.-' But, although the Pil
lpinos hosts may melt away into notb
ingness, our army will remain with n
100.000 strong, to keep up a burden o
taxation, and to furnish material fo;
the pension rolla Furthermore, ii
our eagerness to become a 'world
power, ' and to have a voice in the set
tlement of the 'Far East' problem' we
may be led into complications which
will involve a further increase of the
aravfor -political reasons,' as was ei
platned when our naval force at Ma?
nila was recently strenghtened far be?
yond the necessities ot the situation
there. If there ore many members ol
! Congress 'In favor of following tbe
Administration in matters affecting
the military establishment, ' and if the
Administration continues to drift
along, apparently not knowing where
it is leading iU followers, the Ameri?
oan people may have a system of mili?
tarism forced apon them which will
realise the hopes of those who think
we should be a power second to none
In the world-?with a navy equal to
to Great BrltUns and on army as
strong as Germany's."
Brave Xtn Fall
Victims to stomooh, liver and kidney
troablee as well ae women, and all feel
tte ?r?solu in loes of appetite, p disons
in tbe blood, backache, nervousness,
headsohe and tired, listless, run-down
fooling. Bat there's no need to feel
Ilka toot LisUn to J. W. Gardner,
Idavllle. Ind. He says: "Bleotric
Bitters ?ore Just the thing for a man
when he is all run down, and don't
core whether he lives or dies. It did
mote to give me new strength and
good appetite than anything I oonld
take. I oan now eat anything and have
B new lease on life. " Only 60 oenU, at
M M Lewis' Drag Store. Every bot?
?M ? ' . ... -
GEORGE FREEMAN, JR
Bl?het* cash nrioe paid for ocnatry
AND PIEDMONT RAILROAD
Schedule for IS?
No. 1. |LV ARK. ?
8:00 a m Fredericks bur* ?.1;? r n?
8:1b a m White's I 8:?i p M
8:% a in Mine Roael 2.56 i? m
8:23 a m Robey's 2:61 P w
8:29 a tu rJcreaniervil!? >'? p m
8:32 a m Alrich 2.4:1 p m
8:35 a m Furnace 117 i> ru
8:4U a m1 Brock Ko*,? 2.28 p m
8:48 a m Stephens 2:25 p m
9:00 a m Parker 2:10 p m
9:08 a ml New Hoi* 1:57 p m
9:18 a ml Tinder 1:45 p m
9:28 a ml Reynolds 1:85 p m
9:38 a in' Veriliersvihe 1 25 p u
9:48 a ml La Pa vet te I 1:18 p a
10:03 a m' Unionvills 1 Ore p m
10:14 a m| (fSSOO 112:50 p m
10:24 a ru. Taylor ?12:40 p m
10:40 a m1_Orange_112:30 r m
Connections at Kredericksburg with R. K.
eft P. R. R., and Weems rUe*mboat Co. At
Orange with Southern and Chesapeake eft
Ohio R. R.
The only Uns to the ChsnoellorsvUls and
Rastern Standard Time. Dally except Bun
lay. W. H.RICHARDS,Gen') Manager.
Train No. 2 leaves Orange ths 4th Mondsy
in each month at S p. m.
To Hot Springs.
CINCINNATI, IOUI8VILLR, CHICAGO
ST. LOUIS AND THE WEST.:
Ths SBOSTasT akd Uricassr Routs to
The most di'ect and popular rout? to
Old Point and Norfolk.
TRAIN8 LEAVE D08WELL, VA.
Oct. 2*1, 18?G. No. 5. No. 1. No. 3
Ex-Hun Dally. Urdly.
Lv. Doswell.?11:17 A 3:12 P ? 11:36 P
Ar. KUunton. ' 3;i* F 7:03 P t*SBA
I K V 6:-? A
MOP 7-36 A
" Clifton Korge. t &:?*?> P
" Va. Hotityrlngs
" White 8ulphur..
" 8t. Louis.
VM P 7-36 A
7:56 A 5:15 P
**:?.*? A 5:10 P
ll:ta> A 8.1? P
e3:5? Pi 7:? A
Time marked t daily except Sunday.
Pullman Bleeping Cars on Nos. land 3
for Cincinnati and Louisville.
TRAINS FOR OLD POINT AND
L.V. Dosweli.I 7:35 AM 2:3? P M
Ar.Klcbmond. ?-.?JAM ,!:.*.> P M
Lv. Richmond. H.-eJO A M a:i6 P M
?*. Newport News. 11:10 AM evoo P M
" Old Poliit. 11:40 A M 6:.?JPM
" Norfolk. . 12:15 Noon 7*05 P M
Additional trains leave Uoswe-ll 7 A. M.and
6:45 P. M., except -Sunday's for hlcbmond.
For otosi lnformstion, address
JNO. ?. POTTS
A G. P. A.. Richmond V?v
Schedule in Effect Nov. I1 e, 1899.
Trains leave Washington, D. C.
8:01 A. M.-Daily-for Danville, Charlotte
and way stations, connecting at Manasaas
for Strasburg, and Harrison burg daily and
t?taunton daily except Sunday and
at Lynchburg with the Norfolk and
Western dailv 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 Caiverton
for Warren ton.
11:15 a M -Daily-THE UNITEL
dTATES FAST MaIL carries Pullman,
Sleepers New York and eVaahington to
Jackson-tiue.uuitii.g at Salisbury with Pull
naan 8lee*?er for Asneville and Hot Springs,
N. 0. Kno.tviiie,Chattanooga and Memphis,
Tenn., and at Charlotte with Puli
msu Sleeper for Augusta; Pullman
Sleeper New York to New Orleans, connect-"
ing at Charlotte with sie?^er for Birmingham
Solid train Washington to New Orleans
without chinee, fcouthern Railway Dining
oars between Washington and t? partan burg,
4:01 P. M.?Local for Strasburg and Har?
rison burg daily exoept Sunday.
4.30 P. M daily, local for CharlottesviUa,
connecting at Caiverton for Warrenton.
9 50 P M. daiiv H?w York and Florida
Express Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cas,
New York and Washington to Tampa, via
Savannah and JacksonviLe.and to Augusta
via Columbia with connection for
Aiken. Thronen coach to Jacksonville
9:50 P. M dally, Washington and
Chattanooga Limned, via Lyuchburg, with
sleepers. New York and Washington to
Memphis and New Orleans through Bristol.
Tnrough coach eo Mem(.his. Cafe, Panor
and eib-ervati on Car between R?dford, V?v,
and Attalla, Ala., serving all meals
10:45 P.M. daily, " WA8HINWTON asid
composed of Pullman Vestibuled Sleep
ers, Dining Cars and Day Coaches Puil
man 81e-epers, New Yo k to Newhvilla,
Tenn., via Aabeville, Enoxville and Chat
Unooga; New York to Memphis, via Birm?
ingham. New York to New Orleans, via At
laota and Montgomery. Pullman. Library
and Observa: ion car between New York and
Washington and Atlanta. Vestibuled Dav
?Joach, Washington to Atlanta. Southern
Railway Dining Cor, Oreensboro to Mont
Sunset Personally Conducted Tourist Ex?
cursion Through Sleeper on this train
every Monday Wednesday and Friday
from Waihiiig'on to San Francisco with?
out change. Leave Richmond at 11."J P.
Trains on the Narrow Gauge reach Orange
daily at 10:40 A. M
Trains on ths Southern Railway past
Jrange Daily as follows :
11:30 A. M. 1:88 F. M 7.45 P. M
11:10 A. M. 6:22 P. M. 5:10 A. M
For rates, map folders and Sleeping Ca
Space apply to U 8. BROWN,
70S 15th Bt. N. W.
WAHHIN?TON O. O.
FRANE 8. GANNON, 3rd Vice Pr?s sud
J. M. GULP, W. A. TURK,
Trarfle- Manar?. <9enM Passenger A rent
LI _ " .. '
GEORGE W. WROTEN.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
Vill furnish Plans and Specifications, will
contract for erecting all classes ol
Buildings; furnish hands by tt-e
day and superintend the work
in town or country.
sssT* Charges resasoaabla
A. MASON GARNER.
Contractor aad Builder,
-?rinoess Anna su. Opposite Tyler's Foundry
tesV-Quarantees all work in his line to be dons
promptly and in a flrst-olass manner at rook
Maxufactursr and Dealer In
CARRIAGES. SURREYS, BU*?GIK8
CONCORD AND 8PIND?1 WA60NI,
Platform 8pring Wagons.
Business and Pleasure Wagons of svsry
inscription. i3pecisl attention given to r?
oairinc and mratntln?
The Iron Duke
is sraar&nteed by ns and if tbe bristles
fall oat we will give you another. Can
anything be fairer.
Johnston & Pearson
Sparkling Glass Ware.
Cut glass, or any
kind of glass ware,
window panels and
mirrors will sparkle
if you use Gold
Dust. It does the
work your muscle
has to do when
you use soap.
S?rd for fraa Vook!?t -"0?ia?a a?'?,
f?r Ktuunik N
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
Cklctr* It Loal? NswYsrk Smk??
SMITH & COGHILL
In our retail department we carry almost everything you may call for
in tbe boot and shoe line.
DflnTO ^e kRTe our boots made to order, and weguaranteie them
DUU I O. to wear well. Ask to see our line of ealfskio boots. We?
can recommend them to fit and wear.
CIJf*kf?G We carry a large line of men's and boys hoavy si
?llUteJe Gents fine shoes. In this line we are showing Calfskin,
boioalI. Vici Kid and Tan in all the newest styles.
We make a specialty of Boys and Girls School
Ladies Fine Shoes.
It ?r well known we carry the best lioe of Indies fine shoes in the? city.
WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT.-Tt.i-e Department ir full fu.m pit to
dome and we guarantee to duplicate any bill South of R >ston. We solicit
country merchants to correspond with us, or our salesmen will call on them.
SMITH & COGHILL,
Oil B. Street Ft*lericksburg, Va.
THERE ARE SHOES AND SHOES
From the way onr bnsineas has steadily Increased it proves that we are? (riving
ocd Talnes in footwear. It has always been onr aim to sell Shoes that wear. Our
SHOES. SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS
weri never better than they or this season. Try a pair.
le?. ?. o o ?. u. j F SROirV/v,
ECKENRODE, PERRY & CO.
THE BIG STORE!
We can sell yon anything you want. CLOTHING, HHOFS, HATS. DENTS'
FURNISHINGS Call and see us before? yno hut
P V I). Cos-wat
A. Uasd lui How?, -j
Conway, Gordon & Qarnett
UOMMSRCK 8TRB?T, PRBDKRKJKBBUKO, VA.
Rank opens B A 51. I Bank eloses ft P.M CoiWtio**- mi', on all r, in'
?he Excelsior Roller Mills
GILT EDGE FAMILY. HIGH GRADE FA MLY
XX XX XX HIGH GRADE EXTRA.
I am now prepared to give especial attention to en hanjre work, b?th wheat
and corn, and will Rire good results of flour and feed, meal and honks. P
send clean grain and dry. Flour 88 to 37 pounds per bushel wheat, meal 47
pounds per bushel corn.
C. H. PETTIT. PROPRIETOR,
COME AND SEE THE BEAUTIFUL
JUST OPENED BY
MRS.D. E. SMITH efc. CO.
To select from.
Oome one, oome all to the Mammoth 8tove House and look and get prices.
I hare 8TOVE8 of all kinds, at prices from $8 to .$20 My stock of stores con?
sists of tbe best with floe reputation, and ore lowor than ever. By calling at
my place you will eare many a dollar. Plumbing a specify.
R. L. STONE. 203 Commerce St.
PI i".W/PDC ("holes ROSE BCD8.
r-UVJ vv IZK-J CAK*?ATI?NS.VK)LF.T3
and o'her CUT FI.??WEK-< an<1 FLORAL
OESIONS at very REASONABLE PRICKS.
Le-avf rdersat B. o. NiDdo's, Main street,
flnrut. Alahland. Va
Confectioner and Baker,
Ho, ?19 B 8treet, Frede rick shurg, Va.
Give me a call when you want
CONFECTIONS. ICE CREAM AND PA8TRT
Orders always lecetve prompt attention.
F*. BRT7T .T .-R,
(HENRY DANNEHL. Pmoo.)
European and Amerioan plan. Steam, Oas
?leotrlolty. Comfortable Rooms. Bountiful
i'atj! Oex>d Restaurant. Reasonable rates
A well supplied BAR and RETAIL LIQUOR
ESTABLISHMENT In connection. "Oome
Sll ra tkat are? "ftunarv. W?a?i? or /)?"??. ?*
JOHN F. SOOT 7
Hardware and Hardware Specialties,
One (tool below ?has. Wallaos * Bra.
??rm.i. im or ?
Barb Wire, Gana, Pistols,Boson, Knhes
?so., will be sold at reduced prices to suit th
the times. Money oan be saved by p?ranse,
r?r ?* BOOTT'? eliHairn Riora
M. O, W1LL18, President; A.P. HOWE.Jb
Vio-President: H. F. CRI8MONO. See
reury: ?. D. OOL*?,. Ttotmxn.
Tbe Cheapest Telephon? 8er?ic? in virrinla
Prompt and effloient servio? OU ARANTSBD
?r8ub?jerlb?rswante?t. ? "????
H V. ORISMOKD,
QEO. J. FLETCHER, ~
ABOHITBOT ARD BUILDBB,
Plans, Specifications, Aerations, Details.
Work of all kinds in the building Una.
Thorough parsonal raparriskm et al
work, towu w es-un try.
Our Rubber |
Bmlii Put j
Is the Best Made.
901 Main Street.
We are in receipt of onr usual
stock of fresh?
?S-KATM, RAI8IN8, CITRON. PRnRKS
LEMONS, COCOANUT8. CANDIES.
CAKB8, MINCE MEAT, FRICTS.
and many other seasonable articles.
Oar stock is fnll and unusually large?.
Oar foods are NOT THE BEST, but
the FINE8T. Always bay the
Magrath & Chesley.
New Fall Millinery I
W? can sbow a very bandsomi stock of Pal
and Winter Millinery this s<-a?on. Our stock
is now complete, and we will sell some good
bargains In many things. In paying cash for
our goods and no rant to pay. we can afford
to tell goods cheap.
MRS. fi. E. TOMPKINS,
Main 8treet, 816
How It Work?.
The American Tinplete trust, with
rainal ipltal < f fifty million
dollars, in a prootlcal m mop lv*. >?l.!? to
c litre l ih? ootpat, to dtetetts prie
to ounsamers and fix the wsg?s of etn
pl'iyos. The trnst has not scrupled to
rank) ose of its power The price of
'i. pi ?t?< beV, 1 from two dol
??ers and ?ix?y ce?nt?e per bos to five*
lollars ar:d eeixty five iviit-e p'?r hOX, At
?hit prica, ?in iitdini: to tin? testimony
if Mr, (intlltli before the Industrial
OommleTeSl. thS profits ure? inn? heiii
dred per cent. Ac >r?i i e> ?<: to the testl?
m ny ?if II. W. G-oing, the? oanners
?oui pi ?in Mint Mu? ?i-i .ilit v "f tbe tin plate
teriorntc i i be tinplate m mi i> l ?
is ihn e-hilii of jir te ii m If ih m order
t i iii'|uiie?, who i- pi N il the
imers.fot th? y have to pay n d
pries for tioplate and at tbe some time
get an Inferior art oie N t tbe cm pi yes
m ths feotones for th>-ir wages h ?vi?
no- beso laoretssd, thongh ths p
of their labor In* doubl ^d m market
ruine?. Mr. Griffith R ?ni
That a pi eut In which hs v-'.w In
tented bod been sold to ths Amerioan
Tinpute u iiup-ny, the Irast, t>y bis
partners against in-, wish, and tu.it he
was now potting np a new
p] ?in Hs dented the truth of
:.?im that snob a ee mbtnatlon of
lntore?ti es tho Tmpl ?t? l'ruit i?ri motes
economical ami - action
Mr. (Jritli h contended that each plant
?h mid (??? ui.'l-r tiii- supervision of a
managing owner, fend that bs
c mid not be left safely t ? superintend?
e??,t?e He believed last with | ?
sio.-k Hin Amerioan Tinplate <' mpsn-t
was o*rer*oe| Itallsed Thai
would bass t> ?oghi nil tbe
nt to t i - f ni il ! itl n. an I
. ? : be rloplioated i?t pr?s
sent prioea for 135,000.000 I h<
' r- hni received .es their sheve |IU,"
0 10,.in oommoa Ht ck Tbe trosi
r?*-t i ted j .titicr? to hsndliflg ie
pr [i net-, sod bad o oontroct with ?.11
hut ons of th?- in iki r? of tioplate m ch?
h cry, hy srbiob they were not t
Red Eot Fr:m the Gur.
Was tbe ball thai nil i*. B F
man of Newark, Mich., in the Ovil
?s .er If c msed horrible I I
tie nt in lp "1 f r 30 v .
Bockltn's Arnii?^ Dal re car>d him.
Oats, Bruises, Borns, H -1-.
Fri?os, 0 ?rioe -)k!u Eropti OS M t
Pile eme mi earth. 25 is a txii
lia irantee d. B ild bj M M !.
timi . f luiiii r? m il h hi
'??? men, which stays in A '?
from . pnog till ??irly fall, i?r ?I
tllll.it? el '?? aggre
?,. i| on 000, 'he actui 1 o*l I
probnblj do ool
[o too opinion ol pi
Bpeaker Henderson, the debating
y should ho sn importan!
tor in the- training of * youi g m in.
?y? thai one ol the most desirable
about regular de t? t?te Is t h **.*
the spe?eke?r8 arc fore?e-il to re h<1 >x
ft ly and study el?-?-, ly. He -
derson owes a great il??-?l ol l s owa
access to tin? dt?batii . ami
even in bis youthful days he was a
leader smoi g youthful debaters, wh??
bled t?? dUea - ths questions oi
The correspondent in Rom?"1 of the
L ?ridon M ?mm?' P tel says : " Those
who have recently b??en admitted into
the prese-nce of the P?po have?
impreseed by his appar? ntly robust
he?rtlih. A French pne?8t who whs
recently received in audience by hu?
ll ?linease, afte-r having b??en ah-?-:;?
trum Ii ?me for some- yenrs, saya thai
he was strnek by tho nnprnvm
!' ml fl's physical condition L
XIII? is now less emaciated that he
was some yours ago, his e'ye is nmre
brilliant, and bis mind 8i?e-m
In spit?* of his seventy-eight ye ?rs,
(in. Il.ini? 1 K Sickles, in hi
-oldier. dipl >mat and statesman, is
looking in floe? trim. In response to
a suggestion that be might vet h
Cilled upon to represent ft SOBStitO
ency at Washington, th.?* General
??hook his h? a?! and observed: "N ;
I've acted in the legislative r??!?* for
the last time. A mm who is at vari?
ance with his party, even if he eould
be f-!e ?ted to C<?ngre.?s, would liud
nothing pleasant in the situation"
Tetter, Salt?Rhsum and Ecssma,
The intense itching and smarting In?
cident to these diseasfs, is instantly
allayed by applying Chamberlain's Ey?'
inel Skin Ointment Many very bad
cases have b*???n permanently cured by
it. If is equally sfflosSnt for itchtt;g
piles and a favorate remedy for soie
nipples, chapped hand, chilblains,
freist bite's and chromo sore eye??,
inr bo? Vnr ?ale hr M M l/?wis
B. J. MARSHAL!,. B. K. SMITH
We are now manufacturing
PURE SPRINQ WATER.
This Ice is an atanlatelv pure arricie,
because the wafer is beiiled and Uteied
be-fore being froow
t^"(i?-t the he?it article at tho I,
Price by purchasing from
Ths h??\k? Ice,..
W. S. EMBREY.
$uoo*ssor to Rmbrey ck Berryman.)
Dealer In RAILPOA? ?B088 TIKfl, Ol
DAB POTTS, 8Pi>KB8 AND HO?r8
Keeps constantly on banda larrs suppl?
of Baled Hay and Mill Feed. fWOf?ioeu.i
?Talloe-Mil n?T-?i P.^.l.rd-r.tsnr? Va
Empire Grain Brills
R. L. BISOOE.
December 1, 1897.
8. H. BEALEj
batlne boua-bt out tbe entire Hardware
Stock of John A. Stone, will oontlnue tbe
at tbe OLD STAND, on COMMBRCR ST.,and
Is now laying In a full NRW STUCK OF
GOODS In the Hardware Line wbloh he will
?ell at the
Lowest Cash Prices,
tor Q? and see hiss before yon buy,
Corf? q i on? blood poison Is cbsi
beyond the skill of the doctors. They
may dose a patient for years or
mercurlftl anil potnsh remesdieSi but Ito
will n?*eer be rid of the disease ; <
- hand, his oondition will j-ro-.v
steadily worse, fl.-^ B. Is the only cure
for tin? terrible affliction, be
the <>i?ly remedy which goes direct to
the C/ViSe-e etf Hie diufUSO Slid ?OiCe'S it
from the system,
I was afflicted wt'h Rlnnd Pni?nn, and ths
bast el ? . t
i alI tbs
v. * I ? Ii almost
Se-'tll to r.'iiO, til? ell?.
I was dis
t for it ?"-it > 4
trial I -a ?
J. ? 1
a i bar? nejTsi
rat li iu a ?ittuot tue ?IUvkop to return.
W K NIWbTAW.
It Is like? self-destruction to continus
totally destroying the digestion, th??j
dry up the? malTOW lii ' I, pro?
ducing a stiffneis ai.d swelling of the
, causing th" hair to fall out, and
eoiuplou-ly wri'-.-e-in?' the system.
Is gunrnnteeel Purely Vegetable, ar.d is
tl e only bloe d rei ? ly fr?*e from thess
?atme nt sent free-?, by
Swill ' u| any, Atlanta, Ua.
Tne weems sieaniDoai go.
: M MB H AKKAN?KMK
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lene i Pu r I. I. vlit - rwt, Ils tl
p, in . foi
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? s ?lehtlisrs
Freri? for all stations on Po
POTej.MAe: RIVBB UoVTi.
y :?'th. sfeame-re?
Hue will Ii
Mrr t. Utltinwre, every I'uesday, l<
end sa urday.at&P ve for Alexandria and
.- at ?e I ni the
--oui. a' i P. M i uesday, i b
and .-uno,i) -rolnjrsu >nardtowm
aardI .? n
n a M .! IS m . Miller -
M., Grsaon'aatSP M and Bacon's at S F. M*,
Mi .... *?. ..i ? -i?) And Kri.iK?. am
..re; iier.y I In? following tnorillliff.
? ci) daily in I'dltioiore
V'rfiirht re-ceirod dally at Pier 9, l.lirht
Bl Haiti m., re-, Mr)
?JTKPHBNMON ft III?? !
ii' W nrih?IlKteire. 1). C
V. V. V
?t Norfolk, Va
W. O. Ht'eiTT. A?ri?iit.
,t K'?'eirlck?liiirir. Vs
I A QUICK CURE FOR
| COUGHS AND COLDS!
Are Very ?ralttable Remedy In all
j oi the
I THROAT or LUNGS
DAVIS <fc LAWBXXCI CO., Limite?!,
Prnr/s of Perry Davis' Pa:n-K Bar,
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E. K. WHEELER,
duc*-*es8or of Williams dr. Wlieeier), conduct?
me DMDBBTAKING Hl't?lNLt?ba: the old
stand, comer Main and Cbar lotte streets. A )
orders from bom? and abroad promptly and
satisfactorily attended to slthsr at ni?/bt or
Hearse and Carriages always ready In at
tend funerals. Thsnkinirth? ptiblir 'or pat
omses so B*ens*ori?ly reef+ow?!? b? ssVi
ontlnnaref)*1 r?f th? sam?
lias Moved His Tonsorial Parlor
Mr. Charles I.awson has moved his Tonsorial
Par'or from upper Commerce street to th?
otTieo lately occupied t?y the F re-e I.nn.-e ,
where ho is ori-parci to do all work such ai
dhavlri?/. Heur Cutting, Shampooing and Had
Drossln?' In the- meist artistic manner. II
shop Is larire and commejellous, alwte
even In thia moet ??pprosslvo ?voathor. Neat?
ness and tho Ist. ?i* ?tj I,. eif worn will **o on?
of the chief features of this estthllshmen?
give-, mo? <,all
??? ? wtm t.ewons
A. B. Botts & Co.
PIRE, UPE and ^CC'DSHTS INSUR
Office: 812 Commerce Street.
Represents sixteen flrst-class compan?
ies. Rates low as the lowest,and lusse?]
promptly adjusted and paid.
&? I REPRESEMT ONLY THE J?j
of this country and Europe. Assets
over fifty million dollars. Low
rates and just settlements.
INS?RANCB AND COLt.RCTTON AORNT
ill Who Regu'arly Employ Me.
Old Reliable Liveryman. 538 Geonre Street
Phone 86. Frederioksburg, vs.,
will take One Passenger and Trunk to or
freim the depe?t for ?Scents, or trunk 15cents.
Also horses and b?a-tries for salo or hire,
Not a toy, but a genuine
re-producing, with marked accuracy, the
gr<- atest production of the leading bands,
??owe-t and moat popular songs, and
F ?vmtf entertainment, almost endless in its
vai iety. ??old on the instalment plan.
Adams' Book Store,
i tete-? Styles ?ricelets. W??.lilinK Rings, Watches. Silver and Gold Long Neck
Una? m LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
vVatchei, Oloc - etc., repaired. The Best SpeertKles in town. Kyes exam
ined fren of clmrxe
A. LOE WE NSON, Jeweler & Optician,
ii!) MAIN RTRERT. FKEDERirKSBURO. VA
With Pleasure I Tender My Thanks
tu and it>.mir?> rny friends, patmM and the buying public of my high
Ippret latioa of tte cordial lopport they have given me. I have the largest and
nip!?-'?? line of GROCERIES c.irn??il t>v any house in Fredencltsbnrg.
iii? y are bought at Rock Bottom Prices anrt will be sold at very small profits.
I also sell the beat t?r.?i.ils of LtaM, Cement, Calcinpd Plaster, Hazard ?k
Dupont Powder, Btooeware, Nails, H ?v, F-f-i, Ti?h.?cci, Cigar?, Cigarettes, &o.
I am aleo agent f * the ElUru Brood Mixed Faint It is a higher grade and ?bet?
te r eiu.tlity of
than has ever been put on the market of its class, aud more ECONOMICAL TO
B. J. MARSHALL.
Boots, Shoes, Hats ana Caps
\Vm have the goods in e-uality, quantity, style
and price. We ran tit your pocket book,
your bead, your feet. We are rustlers and
uai.i to see von.
WALLACE & COMPANY,
Wholesale ard Retail.
Hoots, Shoes, Hats and Caps
We have Just receive?! tbe lsrirest and best lia?
'?in eve- ever l???l. All are ?rylna- hi? bi 11 prices, bul ..ur? are- lower than ?ter. A floe
Ine of lie i Over Coats Try us. Ones a cus?oner, alwayie a customer, for It la
--*.? i tie r ths .-e s the Ir r-nks >lso
the?) ? ?v<r had N" 1 Man's Sbe>? SI. Laelles'
ue |1,and i. tie i . irae u.?o SI a* tbe ?aere .o<Ai tor lees
munej t an ??!?? wbei id, Uiiderwear. TeDwareand other lines ee-uaiiy full and
ImrtialliS that ean't i . .. r.- in. SJM SJ
BOSTON VARIETY STORE.
Noxt to Mri'raekcn A- Hro. .109 lorn me roo Street.
We Have Got Them at Last.
Having houpht at my trip North last week goods way below mannfactorer's
price. Men's Otvif Boots, hand sewed, worth $7 50, at ?$8.ft0; Men's Calf Pegged
Boot? at $S 00; Ladles' Oxfe.rd Ties, worth $1.50, at $1 00; worth $1.20, at 86o.
Oxfords from $1.00 to 40 cents; Child's 25. My stock must be sold. No
reasonable offer refused for any goods. Ccme and examine my stock and be
Henry Wissner, ???? Main street,
See the New Goods at
S. G. WALLACE'S
In these glorious DEWE\ mornings come,
Wh?n wite as SLY, there is not one ;
But that can down a very SAMPSON,
To get a chance to ouy these goods so handsome.
A great many of these goods were bought at Closing-out Sales, for much
le?8 than their value, and i-ome of them will be seid for less than last year's
prices. I have just purebred from the leading northern markets the newest
styles in Ladies Diest? Guilds. ?Silks and Trimmings. Ladies and Children'!
i'1-o'.ks and Cipe-a. Excellent line of Outinars, Percales, Ginghams and
Calicoes. Big stuck of Cassimers, Kersevs, Kv. Jeans and Flannels. All
kind of Cottons, sold close. Great bargains in White and Colored Blankets.
All kind Underwear, great values. Trunks and Satchels, don't forget. Um?
brellas, Corsets, and everything else needed in tbe Notion line, yon oan get
at prices to suit, (prices (lose). Two large rooms full of carefully selected
Dry Goods e?< mpribo my wholesale department. Country merchants please
note this fact
Come early ; and when jou are happy tell others.
S. G. WALLACE,
Main and Commerce Streets. FKEDERICK8BURG, VA.
CLOSING OUT 5ALE.
We do not propose to jro out of business, but as our store
room will be refitted and additional room made to accommo
date our large ?took, which is necessary to supply our heavy
increase in business, we will pal tliH knife in our present stock
and will let it go without regard to profits.
This great slaughter sale will shake the Mercantile Giant of
Predericksbnrgi and ill?' people will get the greatest bargains
ever he-ard of in this city.
209 Commerce at. HARRIS A CO.
NEW FIRM I NEW FIRM I
HARDWARE ! HARDWARE !
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices.
GREEN d? RUSSELL.
The leadina; Hardware Hou'e of tbe t??wn. (Successors to the eld reliable firm of W. H.
KusM? .cull |iartl> ular ?ite-ntlon of bousebulielers and 'th<-rsto our full and
00 . p ote st c* of House Furbishing Har" ware Wo ale-o carry a full and complete st ck of
Oun?, IMxteils. Cutlery l'a pent ra' am Ula? kstnltbs' Tools of ehe btst quality. PfXMlal
price-?? on ???? bite hikI Klael l'uwiiir. with ev? rythma* scald and useful in the Hardware line,
-aws lli-t? Un.-. Trace anil Ilrest ibaius, 4c, Ac.. a?l at tho ve,y lowest cash pile*?*?, ata
member tbe name and place.
OREEN & RUSSELL, ?tSSS
GERMANIA ROLLER MILLS.
MYER & BR?LLE, Proprietors, Fredericksburg, Va.
We hate the latest and most complete Patent Rollar System In oar Mills, as? OOM
but the very choicest Virginia Wheat and onr Flours srs th? flnsst too? oan be. mad?,
exoeptlnu none. We make the following brands :
MYSR A BBULUPB BK8T PAT?NT 8UPBBLATIVB,
?KRMANIA XXXXX SXTRA, GBBMAMA XX RXTRA,
WHITS PLAIS -TITRA.
W? moke (Thole? Pamlly Meal Mill Fosds of aU kinds. Wa pay th? Higas?, oath
Priest?? for Wresst ?rid Oora at ??II or Stora. B!*/? us s coll bsfors yoo but or sail.
MYER tt BR?LLE