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for t! >
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wouhl be v
widower. ' S
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he rli '? lived
In bor frai
aeareh the ?
not 1 ?? .
than a j
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with i toward
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ackno i. '
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fresh as t With a few
a cle-r '
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still worse, it
eyes and : h of 1 red faee
had been lent or
nearly -ii .
trp.ry, the blue- of 1
and. r. ? .
that eren a r for a
For i;. re de
?troy, I i the lyins
him, an,J he grew - he re?
his til- I by his
CaJthfnl i few hours
later there smiled frt m the canvas a
: girl with eyes as blue
taut sky and a i
it bn 1 been a flower It would :
The kit*,: ': in n
painful ec8tai y. "H .it is
really eher" he I
And. (j!.1??' natn ally ! ?? had n< i
tion to offer wt
take for 1
who passed the ; ry morning
Bv.re?y, wl y notl I"
In every j ? t!::'t she
was perhaps a 1 r?the por?
trait of the beautiful queen.?CorneD
"tV*i?>r* Qnlnlna? In Co???l.
Dr. Croase, In an article In Tlie Lan?
cet on blaekwater f"ver, Incidentally
?aHs attention to the fact that it
"jvlsfe for thoee y bo bave ao '
Ci*asy agrr!:?-*. q
from eren elighl albuminuria to pn tn
In the more malarious
fWe grains of quinine should be I
a <\r? to prevent chronic malarial pol
sonlng. This he i ary In
addition to ordinary precai
gard to exposure to chills, wet aiel the
inn and as to moderation In eating and
Son of An Chio Mer:hant Cared of
My son has been trmbled for years
with '-hronic diarrh ea. Sometime
ago I p?r?n<?d?d him to t*.ke some of
Chamberlain's Oolie, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. After u>rtng two
bottles of the 25-oent size he wascared,
I give this testimonial, hoping some
one similarly aihc'ed may read it and
be benefited?Th: irras O B >wer, Glen
coe, O. For sale by M. M. Lewis,
QEORGE W. WROTEM.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
?-nish Plans snd tjpecirtotlon*, will
eont-act for erecting all classes ot
Buildings; furnish hands by the
day and superintend the work
in town or country.
HP Ohar<ss reasonabla_
A. MASON GARNER.
Contraactor and Builder,
Priseess Anne st.. Opposite Tyler's ?foundry
is?*0i*araa?ees all work In ais Une to be ?tons
pronVptiy and in a first-elaas Banner at rook
A? you travel through Bouthem.trTn Kau
?ue hundred un.*.
uni?*? ?a?t of Wichita, l?.e brakeman
lii-i head In the doorway and yells:
? couple of uiimitra liter
the ?.: to Kureka, tbe prosperous
happy luhabit ?tit? of Kurek.-?
lor, and tbe I
a] ?unf-Hf. ate .*?< t fi>!th 111
. avM'e.ac! to I?i k V.
i consulting physician to tlie
H..tri ??mi burgicaJ Institute,"
i- ?? rer for fifteen year? and ta
Kin ? it!i a- v. i. . ramping
A liarJ Him*. al..uil the
" tr.e.1 iu mv right side It
? ?- _
t! n. \
I e l??r>e.
to t?te ?our
ca! Di. cover*/'
- ' 1 K-iil not taVer? more tlian half a bot
h when 1 began to feel batter, ?nil mv
?hack ind Ibr a little over a year
liront? to do my work."
Idea Medical Di?covery i?
ine that cures on rational, scientifio
I It is the discovery of a reRti
. . sted. practicing physician of
: inding. It tones up the stomach,
- the liver and rehu?ate? the bow*
. - ail the digestive organs into
It neul tes and eradi
iaonoavs, et!? te matter In the
I fills it with the rich, vital, red
? ?f health and vigor.
a * ?? ???--. i,-nice media
It contains no alcohol in any form.
Schedule for I8H
No 1. ' V
AER. ?No. 3.
I s a,
1:16 a m
S:SS a in
?S:29 a D
8.4C a m
9:18 a m|
- ?? -..
' .1 a i
Onion i i
lections at Fredericksburg with R. F.
A P. R. &., and Weems Steamboat Co. AI
with Southern and Chesapeake A
The on: v line to the Chancellors-fill? and
?:idard Time. Dally except Bun
day. W. a. RiCHARDS. Uen'l Manager.
?Train No. 2 leaves Orange the 4th Monday
in each month at 3 p. m.
To Hot Springs.
?NATI, lOl'ISVILLK, CH1CAUO
ST. LOUIS AND TUE WEST.*.
Thi Shobtsbt and OncEisT Routs to
? ' and popular route to
lint and Norfolk.
N8 LEAVE DOS WELL, VA.
No. 5. No. 1. No. S
Ex-Sun Daily. Daily.
?? Clifton Korge...
" Va. Hot Sprintes.
" White eulpbur..
" Cincinnati .
?11:17 A 8:13 Y 11.-7? 1'
7*08 P 4?BA
?wh p ;aA
7-fit A 5:15 P
MDA 5:10 P
11:00 A 8:00 P
SaOP 7:15 A
8:5? P- 7:30 A
? marked t daily except Sunday.
Pullman 81eeping Cars on Nos. land S
ati and Louisville.
TRAINS FOR OLD POINT AND
?will....., 7:26 AM 2:? P M
..mond.' 8:;* A M 3M P M
nmond. ?:U0 A M ? 3:46 P M
KT Newport News. 11:10 A M I 6:00 P M
" Old Poli.t. 11:40 A M ?:30PM
" Norfolk. 12:15 Noon | 7*6 P M
Additional trains leave Doswell 7 A. M.and
M.. exoept Sunday's for Richmond.
Tor ot na: Information, address
JNO. D. POTTS,
A O. P. A., Richmond, Va.
Schedule In Effect Nov. 19,1899
Trains leave Washington, O. C.
8:01 A. M.?Daily? for Danville, Charlotte
?art way stations, connecting at Manassas
for Strasburg and Harrisonburg daily and
Htsunton daily except 8unday and
at Lynchburg with the Norfolk and
?Vestern daily for Roanoke and points
Southwest, and with C. & O. R. R. for Nat
uial Bridge daily* and Lexington daily, ex
? ut atonda*/, alao connecting at Calverton
fur Warren ton.
11:15 A. M -Daily-THK UNITED
3TATE8 FAST MAIL carries Pullman,
Sleepers New York and Washington to
Jacksonville.uniting at Salisbury with Pull
rnan rilee?,ier for Asheville and Hot Springs,
N. C. K i.?tviUe,Chattanoogaand Memphis,
Tenu., and at Charlotte with Pull?
man Sleeper for Augusta; Pullman
Sleeper New York to New Orleans, connect?
ing at Charlotte with simper for Birmingham
Solid train Washington to New Orleans
without ch? nue. Southern Railway Dining
cars between Washington and Spartan burg
4:01 P. M.?Local for Strasburg and Har
risonburg daily except Sunday.
4.30 P. M daily, local for Charlottetrville,
connecting at Calverton for Warrenton.
1". M daily New York and Florida
Bxpreos Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars,
New York and Washington to Tampa, via
Savannah and Jacksonville.and to August*
via Colombia vrith connection for
Aiken. Through coach to Jacksonville.
MO P. M. daily, Washington and
Chattanooga Limited, via Lynchburg, with
signers. New York and Washington to
Memphis amI New Orleans through Bristol,
fhiough coach lo Memphis. Cafe, Parlor
and Observation Car between Radford, Va.,
ani Attalla, Ala., serving all meals
10:45 P.M. daily, "WA8HINOTON a*d
oomposeaJ of Pullman Veatibuled Sleep?
ers, Dining Cars and Day Coaches, Pu?
man 81tei?ers, New Yo-k to Nashville,
Tcnn., via Asheville, Knoxville and Chat
t<inooga; New York to Memphis, via Birm
ingbam. New York to New Orleans, via At
lauta and Montgomery. Pullman, Library
and Observation car between New York anil
Washington and Atlanta. Vestibuled Day
Coach, Washington to Atlanta. Southern
Railway Dining Oar, Greensboro to Mont?
Sunset Personally Conducted Tourist Ex
?ursion Through Sleeper on this train
e.ery Monday, Wednesday and Friday
from Washington to San Francisco with?
out change. Leave Richmond at 11.03 P.
Trains on the Narrow Gauge reach Orange
daily at 10:40 A. M
Trains on the Southern Railway pass
Orange Daixt as follows :
11:20 A. M. 1:88 P. M 7.45 P. M.
11:10 A. M. 6:22 P. M. 5:10 A. M.
For rates, map folders and Sleeping Car
Space apply to I*. B. BROWN,
70515th St. N. W.
WASHINGTON, O. 0.
FRANK 8. GANNON, 8rd Vice Pr?s and
J. M. GULP, W. A. TURK,
Trafile M anata?. G?n' 1 Paawngar Agent,
SMITH & COGHILL
I ? our ift?il ilt-p ?rtment we carry almost ?Torytbins; you may call f, r
in the boot and shoe line.
T~% f\r\T f\ We have our bootB aiadc to order? ?ml we gu?rante? Ibftn
DVJU I U. to wear Well. Ask to sou our line t)l ralfskin I ? - W
can recommend them to lit aud wear.
f%l If**\a****<***? Wo carry a large line i>f son's and 1>o>k heavy ?hoes,
OrlUCuv)* Ueuts fine shoes. In this line we an- showing L'alfskio,
Boicalt. Vici Kid and Tan in all the newest styles.
We make a specialty of Boys and Girls School
Ladies Fine Shoes.
It ?a'well known w? carry the best Hue of ladles fi ? the city.
WHOLES ALU DEPARTMENT.?Tbia Deparimeni ii mil frotn pit to
?lome and we guarantee to duplicate any bill Bonthol Bis ton, \V<
eonntr] merebantl to correspond with us, or our salesmeu ? ill ? all ??:, tb< m
SMITH & COGHILL,
_Bll B. Street Fr?"erickHhurg Va._
THERE ARE SHOES AND SHOES
From the way our business has steadily lnrireawd it proves that we are ff I vine,
? od values in footwear. It has always been our aim to nell Shoes thai wear Our
SHOES. SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS
wen nevor better than they ar this season. Try a pair.
m?,??ouvh J.F. BROWN.
ECKENRODE, PERRY & CO.
THE BIG STORE!
We den sell yon anything you want. 0L0T1UNU, BHOB8, HATS, QENT81
FURNISHINGS Oall and see us before you buy.
P VI). Ooswaa. (HtuiP Uimu' A. Ka?d>l?h H-jwahc
Conway, Gordon & Qarnett
COMMERCE STREET, FKEDERICEBBURO, VA.
Ban* open? y A if. I Bank closfs (? P.M Collections nia W on a,l p n*
? ne Exeelsior Roller Mills
GILT EDGE FAMILY. HIGH GRADE FAMLY
XX XX X ? HIGH GRADE EXTRA.
I am now prepared to give especial attention to exchange work, btth whe.it
and corn, aud will Rive good results of M >nr and feed, nual and hnsltH Pie?*
send clean grain and dry. Flour n to :<7 pound? per bushel wheat, n
pounds per bushel corn.
C. H. PETTIT. PROPRIETOR,
COME A/VO SEE THE BEAUTIFUL
JUST OPENED BY
MRS. D. E. SMITH & CO.
HUNDREDS OF STOVES
To select from.
Oome one, oome all to the Mammoth Store Hooss ai. l look and gi I
I have STOVES of all kinds, at prices from *.! to $?0. My stock r,f il
sists of the best with flue reputation, and are lower than ever By calliug at
my place you will save many a dollar. Plumbing a specialty.
R. L. STONE. 203 Commerce St.
We are Selling
At Old Prices
Woman's 0 1 Grain Lace Climax, 3 to 8, 98ets. Missus Veal Calf (tips
on toe6) Lace, 13 to 2, 75cts.
Men's Boots, G to II, at $1 39. Boya' Boots, 1 toO, at $1 25
Shoes at 50, CO and 75cts.
BR?LLE d TIMBERLAKE.
921 Main Street. Opp. Market Entra?e?
"?- ? JOHN M. GRIFFIN,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fine Liquors, Tobacco and Clears.
Agency Fabst Milwaukee Larger Beer and best tonic. Ws also have in ?tock Ale?
Porter, t?tont. etc. fiOO B Btrest.
Cl nU/P?i. Cholee uns p. urns,
and other (IT KI.'iWERS and FLORAL
UES10NS at very REASON All I, F. PRICES.
Leave i rders at E. C. Nlode's, Main street,
Florist. Alahland. Vs
Confectioner and Baker,
Ho. PI? B Street, Frederlcksburg. V?.
Oive me a call when you want
CONFECTIONS. ICE CREAM AND PA8TRT
Orders always receive prompt attention.
(HENRY DANNBHL. Poor.)
Burcpoty) and American plan. Steam, Gas
Rlectriclty. Coraforubie Rooms. Bountiful
?abl Good Restaurant. Keasonablo rates
A well supplied HARand RRTAIL LIQUOK
ESTABLISHMENT In oonneotlon. "Corns
all ya that ??? ?'Huno^i w*nm ?? n***? "
JOHN F. SCOTT
Bardiarfl and Hwdiaw Specialties,
One door below Chas. Wsllaos A Bro.
? rvu. tree or ?
Barb Wire, Guns, Pistols,Raiors, Knives
Ac., will be sold at reduced prices to suit th
the times. Montiy oan be saved by purchse,
nix at BOOTT'fl Hardware Stor.
M. O. W1LL1B, President; A.P. Rowe.Jp.
Vloe-Presldent: R. F. CRI8M0ND. Seo
retary ; 1. D. COL?, Treasurer.
The Cheapest Telephone Bervloe in Virginia
Prompt ana offlolent servloe GDARANTRID
***r"Bubioribers wan tad.
? F. ORIBMOlf D,
OEO. J. FLETCHER,
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
Plans, 8peciflcatIons, Elevations, Details.
Work of all kinds in the building lina.
Thorongh paraonal supervision of a1
work, town or sonntiy,
Is the Best Made.
901 Main Street.
New Fall Millinery
We can ?how a very handsome stock of Fal
and Winter Millinery this ?rason. Our Stool
Is now complete, and we will sell ?ome good
bargain? in many thiiifrs. In paying ea*h for
uur good? and no rent to pay, we can afford
to sell goods cheap.
MRS. H. E. TOMPKINS,
Main Street 81?
All Who Regularly Employ Me.
I. HENRY DEANE.
Old Reliable Liveryman. 538 George etrcct
Phone 86. Frederlcksburg, Va.,
will take One Passenger and Trunk ?o or
from the depot for '?> cents, or trunk 15 cent?.
Alto horse? and buggies for ?ale or hire.
We Invite everybody to come and exam
Ine our ?tock before buying. Vonr wants
in our line will be satisfied at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES
Great inducements in
Men's and Boys' Clothing,
Ladies' and Gents' Shoes, Boots,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, etc.
A trial will convince you that it is to your
inter? st to deal with us.
ROBERT E. BOZEL& CO.,
307 Commerce st.
Solid Oak Furniture. No advance in oar price I olid Oak Bed?. Carpets, Matting, Tin
ware, Cutlery, 8ilver. Bee onr Carpel and Rug l>epartni?'iit. Aii Ti#bl H^aiin es cheap.
Double Furniture and Carpet Store i, Frederickeb irg
E. C. NINDE.
?nd Knie of the l)l?.il>rillin< W ....<!
.,.,1, ? I, ?, .j .I:iim' ?if ( l>. v>-r In ??<-.
The Mm in ml na, I'm.
Oner upon h time a fan llj ??( Httl.
n birds lived In a sum?, happy
? in u lovely wood. Their name
was Woodcock, and tbc-j were held In
much respect by ili?-lr neigbbora. Pap?
and Mamma Woodcock bad brought uj
their family well, tbelr two daughters
Speckle and Russet, ami their en?
?on, Jacky, being well eduoat??d al
1 ?y n govi ni.-^a . ailed '.I.-- Jack
N . . ? ?? : ' ? ! I :
cr.??l!t to their teacher and their ?par
??m-; but, sud to say, Jacky Woodroek
waa both naughty and disobedient and
gave poor Misa Ja kdaw a great deal
uf trouble. One day Jackj bad i.u
nnuaually naughty and refused to learn
tbe "rudiment* ??f boring," which, as
every one knows,are an Important pari
?if a woodcock's education, so be wat
I? ft nf borne to l?-.-iru his lesson proper
ly. But no soon, r a ?? than
Jacky threw bis i.k Into a corner
nn?l hurried Into h coppice to play by
lit in <??! f. a proceeding ivhl.li wa?
It \? . mtumn dnj
?un wiu shining brightly, and I
hopped !il"i?_- gayly, a> ,f then? was
lit -t BIK'b i
"t udlmenl 11?- didn't ? ?arc
himself. But there la always a sad
fate in ?tore f"7- I - ?.?. ho "don'l
??an?" aii'l l lient
ty s-1 ?r?;i -1 out li -
Into the uir. Suddenly n cry rai .
"Mart Wood? ock!" There waa a
Mr Bound, .i puff of blue smoke.
??n tbe ?ground lay J
quite dead. That nlgbt he graced the
sportsman's dinner table, beautifully
cooked and laid "ii :i pit
I.nry .1,? nr of ( In.rr I.?ne.
Il ? ? '
?1JPI7 lit'l? lu. y *?nel
01 ti.e ml ?: '
Fh*> n? r ? ??? th? hrown ... '. gt ??,
Thrh. sad into blos?om? i
Call ? ? by name.
Is Uttl? Lucy Jane I
an ral'k the mul'v ri.m.
Always mk.1? th. umher? ml?)
?turf rartri.lp? eeveyi I.i I?.
is little Luc.v :
I laa? I
The Shnmnilns; Tom.
A foi will counterfeit dentb in a
most ?xtraor Unary manner. It will
aometlin.'H allow Itself to !"? tnken bj
the brush, or tall, nn?l Hung out upon
the ground aii'l after ?-uni?' 11111 ?t^*- jump
up and lake to lt~ 1 i ele, I >n on.
Blon a man going to bin wort cum up
on a fox lying ?rtretched ont under
some bushes. He drew the cresture
ont by the tail and swung It to and fro
and then threw it upon tbe ground,
but not a sign of Ufa did it sboa H?
then took the fox by tbe tali and swung
It ii-.iT one HhouldiT, hanging his mat
tOCk over tin? oilier, and so trudged
aloug tin? highway, Tbe fox had Bbam
mod dentb to admiration, but the mat
took rendered LIh present position In?
tolerable, for the point of It came
against bis rilw. Bo al lust Im **ats i
snap, or bite, which ?penetrated lbs
flesb at the lower part of the nan's
back and forread him Instantly to throw
his load. At first he ooul.l not bBBfins
what bad happened: bat; looking roiiiid.
he saw the fox, which be bad Imagine?!
to Le dead, making off for tin? asares!
thicket at the greatest possible speed.
**Wta1 Would Y?n Dot"
For a Jolly company the gams of
"gricvanees and remedies" affords
much amusement. Ench of tin? play*
era whispers to the person slttltit- on
his right a question beginning, "What
would you do If"? adding any funny
grievance he would like a remedy
for. Then to those sitting at tin? left
hand side they all iiK-ntion some
strange remedy, something to do or to
take, which they may think of.
When all are ready, the leader asks
any one he chooses the question lie bas
been asked and will be given the rem?
edy that was suggested to that player.
Sometimes the answers are very suit?
able and very nm using. The player
who answers the first question then
puts the question given him to BOOM
other person, and so ench question Is
answered, the fun, of course, being In
proportion to the wit of the players.
The pencil hpsrad s w.*ary sigh
And murmur??d to the pen:
"1 haren't felt so out of sort?
81qc??oh, I don't know when!
"The penknife tn>?ts me Tery 111.
It cuts me la the street
And really t? eitremrly sharp
Whent'ar **? chance to rneil.
"And when I broke the other day
Beneath it? bitter stroke
It ?aid It didn't see th? point.'
Keitbev did I the jok?!
"Wltti many troubles Pm depr?*s?ed.
My heart Just teeU like lead."
Th? pen mopped up an laky tear.
"I waep tor yo-*," It said.
A Blasted Career.
"Is yonr son doing well in college?"
"No: be got a sprained ankle at foot?
ball and baa to **tudy.H-Chlesgo Rec?
Those who have never had Blood Pol
ion ean not know v i.nt a desperate eon
Jitlon It can produce. Thla terrible
ii?en?s which the doctors are totally
unahle to cui?i, is communicated from
onp generation to another, indicting Its
mint upon cot.' '?? ?* innocent one?.
? tart i I was Inocula tad ir! I
by a nur?* ?,?? i my t*oe will
talat, i, ??
in.I ItS Ufa ???1 ft?
np to the faai
For ?i* lk>ng ytai i
far?(l B?tela n> ;
an.I ulo*r? f.
and no I*
eaa cipr? it my f
?.( wfi? during
yaar?. I had the beel
fral piiyalelain ?
to no p
mir and pol 'o add f,ia| lo Hi?
??nil flame wl roarlag ma. 1 wai
?'IyIimM by f- nderful
. :?-. id? by It, to ??? Swift'? Spe, - V '?
,-aln r*Tlv* In
- ?. and ? i
? ... ? toll
parate c?n??. Mas. T. W. Lss.
Of the many bio? d remedie?. S S. S.
lathe only (i ne which can reach deep
soated. violent -t- ? It never fail? to
cur? perfect I v and ?xrinanently the
most desperate cases which are beyond
h of other rem<
Is mwt non I? the only
nierrnr_T, pol rother mlnereJ.
Valuable ?e by Swift
flpecifio Compel y, Atlanta, Giorgia,
Tie weems Sloan*! Co.
leave Plei ?. I. a i.?
I and Prldaj al '. '<? p. d .
,urg ami al:
K>!urning*, i .
p. m. i ti'l, permit?
day. I.,, datown itt 4 Hi a ?'...
I foi Baltimore.
ippeJi tnnook ?
pHlmnniM lc at 8:30 a. m ?y for
Bal tl m
l,nu a Baltimore ?t ? '?' p m
Tappaliann,.?'k and? except
Il ly Port, Ml
t'irnin?/ win leave
H a. tu. M,m.luv for Baltic
?fill l( svi Tappah t for Norfolk si 13
m. [no, i. :
?fill ?, . H Saturday for
No freight ?:-,an*en
after K p. m., on sai
Freight received r on Po?
tomac, Fre>lericl??bur0, d K. B.
PPT.<MA(' ?t.? Kit KOITTB.
Bag ? . | ...
?tre. t. Il ? '
' M tor Ali x',...liiii and
calling at a
luff?. Returning wl I leave 7th ?tre?
i 4 P. M ,
an,i Sunday, g
thi'??' ?>\ fUiiik/H. ,'?
,1 A I.. Klnaaall * I.' M . Miller'?
?'.. Grason'sal i P M
Mom mj . Wednei da) ? d Prlday, arrl?
Pr- i.nt r, . . Ived I?
K I v ( (IMPTON, .1
ri URE 1
aid COLD I
The Canadian 1 all
Throat and Lung Affections.
Larpre Bottles, 25 cents?
DAVIS ? LAWatXirCl CO., U
I'rnpi Perry Davit' Pain-K
?w Tork. Montreal.
E. K. WHEELER,
d.ocessor of William? ? Wheeler), couiluot?
the UNDERTAKING B?8LN KHb al the oil)
?ttaLd.corner Main and Charlotte atre?ta. All
jrii rs from home and abroad promptly and
i?ti. factorlly attende I to ?lthcr at night or
Hears? and Oarrlaee? alway? r?*dy to a'
??md fnnera!?. Thanklrirths pnM.n for rat
".macr* so ??pn??or?iitr heeOwad h? ??jr?
/ontlnnanee of tha ?ama
December 1, 1897.
S. H. BEALE,
banns bought out the entire Hardware
ttoek of John A. Stone, will oontlnue the
at the OLD BTAND, on COMMBBCR ST.,and
IS now layinf In a full NKVV STOCK OF
GOODS in the Hardware Line which he will
Mil at the
Lowest Cash Prices,
sjT~ on and se? aim before ron buy
With I letisure I Tender My Thanks
patrons and the baying public of my binh
i ? a me I have the largest ttlnl
I b< nee in Prederickstrorg
i i?t \t-rj 'iiiikili profits.
Ot, Calcined i'lasfr, Hazard &
Igars, Cigarettes, &c
i'aiiit It it a higher tirade and bet
tHi' f itt da.?r-, '?rid more ECONOMICAL TO
B- J. MARSHALL.
IF YOU FOLLOW THE CROWD
Will be Our
?? ?? liad :<>
. we told eotitaly ?>ut ?if .Xmtt OoodalajS
' pi <-e an . ii ti) s KW
inda? Hchoi rind
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H. WALLACE CARNER,
Wh< 1 sale and Retail, 111 Com Prederiekebatf, Va.
Boots, 81 k )cs, i I ats ana Caps
We have the floods In quality, quantity, style
and price. We can Bl your pocket book.
your bead, your feet. We ire rustiera ami
WALLACE & COMPANY,
Wholesale a^.d Retail.
Hoots, Shoes, Hats and Caps
i . i v.-.l the larjr, st and sett UM
ul ours ar,. lower than ?VST. A tluw
i. in, i- s customer, ai?a>sa iu>totner, for it ia
?:!-??!> their rank?. Alto
i N I Man's Shoe tl, Ladie?
n.i same good? for les?
ire and other Jin,'? equally full and
.BOSTON VARIETY STORE.
;tff Commerce Street.
We Have Got Them at Last?
at iay trip North laut week goods way below manufacturer'?
i, worth $7 60, at ?*I.50 ; Men's Ca'f Pegged
i '?es. ?a; rth $1.50, at $1.00; worth $1.26, at 85o.
11.00 to 10 eents ; Child's 25. My stock must be seid. No
?r nuy guods. C, me and ezamiue my stock and be
?Henry Wissner, ?? ??'? street.
See the New Goods at
S. a. WALLACE'S
DEWEY mor?ings come,
Wi BLY, t Lu re is not one ;
Hut that can dowo a vtrj SAMPSON,
To |?t a ebancu to buy these goods so handsome.
A trr- at many of these good-; were boueht atClosirjg-ontSale*, for much
their valut), hud tome of tlu-m will be sold for less than last year's
prie? jaat parebased fiom the lending northern marketstbe newest
styles io I. Q ,d-, S Iks ?Ld TrimmiDgs. Ladies and Children's
Cloaks ami C DM. Eseellent line of Outing's, Pereales, Giogbams and
Calicoes, Hier stock of Cassiniera, Keneyf, Kv. .leans and Flannels. All
kiud of Cottons, sold clone, (?rest bargHUjn iu While and Colorid Blankets.
All kind Uiidi rwenr, treat vaines. Trunks and Satchels, don't forget. Um*
, and everything else needed in the Notion line, yon can get
at prices to.-u", (prices close). Two large rooms full of carefully selected
Dry Goo,: i my whole-sale department. Country mon bants please
note this fact
Con? f arly ; and when you are happy tell others.
S. G. WALLACE,
M .in aud Commerce Btr* FREDERICK8BURG, VA.
CLOSING OUT 5ALE.
We do nol propose to go onl <??! business, but as our store
room will he refitted in . additional room nude to accommo
il??te oui I k, \*hicb is necessary to supply our heavy
increase in business, we will put tbe knife in our present stock
Mini v ill let it go without regard to profits.
This great slaaghter sale will .sinke the Mercantile Giant of
Fredericksburtf, and the people will gel the greatest bargains
ever heard of in this city.
209 Commerce st. HARRIS <? CO.
Sterling Silver Friendship Bracelets 50 cent? etch. 8ilver Hearts to go on
.ravirtfr done free of charge. Also a big line of
Ladles' and GeBlienae?'* Gold and Silvr Watches, Chain?, Weddlns; and En?
gagement Rings, sto Sterling bilver Novelties of every description, suitable
for Obrl I lots, very "heip Seud or give me a trial order before pur
A. LO E WE NSON, Jeweler* Optician,
908 MAIN STREET, FREDERICKSBURG, VA
GERMANIA ROLLER MILLS.
(ftYER & BR?LLE, Proprietors, Frederic?k*burg, Va.
Ws have the latest and most complete Patent Roller System In onr Milis, nti none
but the very choicest Virginia Wheat and our Flours a/a the finest that san U male,
?xcepting none. We make the foliowlnr K-ardi :
MYHR A BRDLLR'8 BT*PT PATENT B?PBRLATIVB _
URRalANIA XXXXX KXTRA, GERMANIA XX SXTRA,
WHITE PlaAIN EXTRA.
Ws m?*>? rb<*r? Karolly V?l M'U Pewtsof sll kinds. Ws per tbe Hiebe? Oast.
?>rl*??f "'??n?? call b?forsyo?a eaTOf selL