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I Weekly Journal Devoted to ihe Interests of lancasler Ccinly in Particular; the jtotteri Keck anrt Rnppahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large.
IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 1<>, 1<)00.
Highest quality at prices to
meet all competition.
H. & G. W. L0RDf BOSTON, MASS.
Makers of Poaada, Traps, Saiae*
and Will Neta.
CHINA-WARE ALMOST GIVEN AWAY. ,
&<t-Ftece Nicely Decorated Tea Set, ... #n>K.
112-Plece, EngltRhCliina.FiiieDecoratedDiuner Set.only .vi>s.
Flne Decorated Chamber Sets, .... l.GO.
Faiicy Farlor Lamps, ...... 8Dcts.
8. W. CORNER UAY AND BELAIR HARKET. BALTIMORE. ID.
THE PORTER-McNEAL C0?
Saw-Mill and Machinery Supplies,
? Engines and Boilers.
277 Water Street, - - NORFOLK, VA.
Carter's Oil Clothing
WOONSOCKET AND BOSTON RHODE ISLAND AND BAT STATE
BOOTS AND SHOES. B0OT9 AND SHOES.
UOODYEAR OLOYE COMPANY'S UOODS.
MONTAQUE & BUNTING,
Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing,
17 Commercial Place, - - NORFOLK, VA.
JOHN L. ROPEB LUHBEB COMPANY,
LUMBER & SHINCLES,
Rongh & Drcoocd N. C. Pine Lumber,
Cedar and Cypress Shingles,
Oedar Posts, Cypress Fencing, Fine Laths,
CKDAK BOAT BOAUDS.
ATe call Special tttention to our Cheap Grades of Shinglet and Flooring.
FRANK T. CLARK & C0? Ltd.,
(SurccNNors to Cooke, Clark & Co.)
SASH, DOORS and BLINDS,
Mouldings, Stair Work,
Porch Trimmings, Tiling and Qrates,
Hardwood and Slate Mantels,
j*ine Builder's Hardware, Paints, Oils and Glass,
Building Material of Evcry Description.
28 Commercial Place,
49 Roanoke Avenue,
NORFOLK, ... TZA.
JNO. R. NEELY,
Wholeaale and Retall Dealer ln
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moulding,
Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builders* Hardware.
Sl^tte and Hardwood Mantels,
Rooflng and Sheeting Paper, etc.
Near Ferry; Corner Queen and Water Streets
.KillN N. 1IAKT.
II. I.. WATT8.
F. <>. ?,??. 8J#
(?!,!) I'llONK. 2168.
HART & WATTS,
(Successors to Jno. N. Hart.)
WIIOLKSALK nnd KKTA1L | H ^| DCD
Flooring, Ceillng, Lnths,
Cypreas and Plne Weather
boards, Sblngles, Cheatnut
and Cedar Poats, Wblle Plne,
Poplar, Aab. Oak, Walnut,
Window and Door Franies, ?
Store Fronta and Fixiures.
Monldioge, RrackeU, Newele,
Columna, Baluttradea, Mautela,
Turned Work, etc.
lllth, Chestut ??* Qaeei Streets, PORTSMOUTH, VA.
Why Get Them Ready-Made
When you can get your Suits
made to order at ready-made
AT BROADWAY TAILORING CO?
231 S. BROkDWAY, BALTIMORE, MD.
Our new Fall and Wioter linea complete with styliah
Siiitings, Overcoating and Trouaeriog of the most select
patterus at popular pricee.
Our All-Wool $10.00 Suits to Order are beauties.
Pants to Order, $3.00 and upwarda
An early call aolicited.
To my frlends of the Northern Neck:
After K>me yeara I bave reaamed Ihe Tallorjng busincu. You knnw
me and know that I bave alwayi treated you rfgbt. Having alarted ln
bualneas again I oordlally invlte yoa to renew old social and buaineaa re
latioua by coralng to tee me, or wrlting me when in need of auiti, pants
or overcoats. Vary trnly your*,
Prop -Broadway Tailoring Co.
vrill always find a rcady
market?but only that farmer
can raise them who has studied
the great secret how to ob
tain both quality and quantity
by the judicious use of well
balanced fertilizers. No fcrtil
izer for Vegetables can produce
a large yield unless it contains
at least S% Potash. Send for
our books, which furnish full
information. We send them
free of charge.
GERMAN KALI VVORKS,
93 Naaaau St , Nftr York.
A QUICK CURH
The Canadian Rcmudj for all
Throat and i.ung Affections.
Large Bottles, 25 ccnts.
DAVIS A LAWRRNCB CO., Umited,
r*Top> PciTjr Davls' Paiu-KUler.
N?w York. JIontreaL
G. A. l\M & Co..
Tower's Oiled Clothing, Hats, etc
Mackinloshes & Rubber (lothing.
BoBton, Baj State. H <>onso? kct and
Rhode IsUnd Rubber Bootn
Jobs in rubbere at a]] timea.
Write fnr e|x?ciHl list
1821-1829 Canton Ave.,
Mi'xicaii Wlil r Oil liaimml,
Tbc grcat t-mbrocation, cim-p and b? ale
man or beast OfftMl white. Largt
bottlc 2'?c. Jj8 BxiLT & ?on, Pr'nps.
A. 8. BIIOWN,
M. L. T. DAVIS & CO.,
Handleri of all artlcle*
perlainintr to tbis line.
COFFEE, FLOl R, PR0YIS10NS,
FISH, SALT, Etc..
in largc supplies
Cor. Yfater and Cummerro Streets,
IN FREDERICKSBURG, VA,
Ia tbe place to buy all kiuda of
Rooka aod Stalionery, and in ad
dition to tbeae linea tberc are
aeveral diatinct departmenta, lii:
Waii Paper, Paiuttt and
Cluaa, Picture Framea,
Planoa and Orjjans.
Eacb departmcnt well equipped.
ln a few weeka Bicyclea wi!l be
Mail ordeis recelre
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
Merchants, do thla, and your cuatom
era wlll patronlze you.
THE KENMORE SHOE (0.,
iw no 4boddy loatta?r. Every palr of aboes ta
warrantrd by tli?m, and lf, with reaaonaole
wear, they do not aive satlsfactiun, the doaler
ia authoriaed to maku it ao.
Cuatomera. call for the Kenmore Shoe.
ASHBURN & JA.MES. Irvington,
R. M. SANDERS, Wbite Stono,
W. 1. DAMERON k BRO.,)
CRALLE k S1SS0N, ( Weema.
9E0. N. kEED, Reedville,
JAS. A. TURKER, Salesman.
Wholeaale and Retall Dealer ln
Mea's, BoyV and Chlldren'8 Ready
Made I'lotlilng, Uents' KiirnUh
ing ttoods, Truukh, Yaliaes
Market Corner, Frederickaburg, Va
"The Tallorand Fornislier,'
911 1-2 Maln Street,
Revolution ln Prfces?All tbe Latest
Novelliea ln Neck wear?Suits made
to order from $15.00 up?Pants
made to order from $8.00 up.
Encourage Horoe Enterprise by
calling for the following
brands of Cigars:
U. B.'s, Standards, Bon
nie Jean, Rod andGun
Club, Prize Winners.
Manufacturer, Frederlcksburg, Va.
* PlSO'S CURE FOR
LOOKS LIKR WASBINGTON.
Ebenezer Ball was Related to Washington
by Three Lines of Cousinship and
Also by Marriage.
I The followinu articlw witli llir innnipaajlag Hluslrallons ucf
ft.und in a copy of tbe WaafciagUn M<ir of ||fM years ago vhlcfc
lias just coiue to our bamis. Tiic gnw atogY of tl?c"llall f?tnlly is of
8o mut b iutercsl to llic pcoplc of tlic Norlbern Nrck, and particu
larly of Lancastvr county, wbcre Ibe pioncers ?>f tbo faraily liist
Kctlled, tbnl wc bave *parcd im txptaM lo bave tbe cuU reproduccd
in tbe coluiuns of tbe (Jitizsn.?Ei> ]
Viaitora to tbe Pension OflkM often atop and gaze i:t the
mun in charge of the cigar and souvenir staiid.
"lle is the Hving image of Gcorge Washintgon," ia the
frequent itmark. And well he may be, for this gentleman,
OtL Hbenczer Buigess liall, is oue of four who are the nca*est
relative8 of the firat Preaident, being the grandson of Coi.
Burgess Ball, of Yirginia, Waaliinjjton'a cou.-in and c!o?e friend.
Hh WM ' ? I P ibinfftOD i?v tlnre ]m?'8 ?>f cousili
ship. to ffhicfa !;?? mltU-il ,i f,,jnth by marrying the (IcncraPs
nuo, Franeei Waahiugtoa. !?;.? tbm sone of this marrtvgi
\ were BcQTgB Vaabington Ball, who comniandt'd a rjaMpanj uf
[?a\alry in Ifcfltf. ai:d dirj uf "?mp f?>vir. uiiir.ari itd; Lafayette
Ball, ailfa otie mm>, Cnpf. OtWgg Wadhington Ball, who is a
geologist, hihI CbarlHi Burgrea Bull, the father of Bbtftr
Ba'l, also tbe la'e Jitdgo Ball, of Yirgjrtia, and one duughter,
who is at pivsent a r?tdwil of a honie for incwmblct.
Tbiig the fonr j?*v)j !<?, whose claiins to nearest kin
tship Ui th a Pather of his Conntry have been acknowl
tdgi<d al just by the sock-ty of the S0118 of tlu- Kevohi
lion, afC all (l.scci.dants ??f the marriage of Col. Burgi-ss
Ball with Kraiics Wushingtou.
Gencalogy ofithe BalllFamily.
BtSEMHI.ANCE ACCOLNTKI) FOR
The resen.blani'e between Col. Hall, of the Pension otlice,
and (ien. Washington is aerounted for by tlie fortner, who
tfMM the appcarance of both to the Hall family.
"(Jeorge Waahington," aaid he, "got hia looka from hia
tnother, Mary Hall, while mir.e came to me from her brother,
and my grandfut her, Hurgeba Hall."
?!. Hall, who iri bji ortogenarian, ia cjuitc activefor hia age,
and may be aeen dailv lu-hind the connter of his Penaion Of
fice itatid, aelhng gooda. lle livea plainly, but couifoi tably,
in a Pmall briek dwllii.- m Fourth strnet, n?;ir (i, nort'.
vnera lus araate are ntiutstered to by ? <l. .:.. itic who haa I.
m hi> wrvioc for vcars
Har* h(? deltjtbta to rtoMvt bia aaaaj ciatlota and rcooonl
the advenums of lus ev?al/n| lifr, no4 ootitting bia rearna
'-1 raoe to '?<%.ii8in" Qeorjee, of abicfa b? ia rera uiaad. llis
hidtory, ia be relain ifr, )s m Coltowt:
H? was horn ii. Lou-lonr. county, Vu., in 1817. and afier
attruditiK tln> conntry sidiool for cight jre*r?, came to \Vu*h
mgton at tbe age of ?tteateea ia ararefa uf verk. it<> aacared
eniph>}nient hs eferk in a alor* w hich was aitttated oa Svu-nth
stri-et and IV-misylvauia aveime, uorthwesr, and ht-ld this poal
lion ?!,r !*'?' years.
Wbiki ibere hc ofun araitcd m MMb a*n aa Wcbater,
Qab s. Calhoun and Olaj, wbo voald drop in to are him oii
accou?t of his uiatiaguiabed daaeeat.
(jol. Ball waaoueof the first to settle 00 \V. st rn Inndy
Ue started Hvr years befara the fainons d:i\a of *!'.).
BBAKOHCD kok ojo n.
The lime of the g.dd fe\er found h m loe.it. d on
the huuks of the 0.<Hge Uiver in Mtaaonri, but he
caughf Uie epidemicaud started oat vitfa Bveoxefl and
a uotrd of ynnnq iftefl for the Pacific coaat.
lle follovt -I lhei:orth rn roule, but w hen he had
gone m far ai Orvypn whs t?dd b? retnrntng | i. i.( ra
that. he could nertr crOM the llmnboldt deeert aritfa
?uch ? DaTtJ. So he d-eided lo loeale where he vai
and Fetthd in Rflgte Kiver Y.illey. Whi'e her." i he
Indians, ? ho vere bruoghl inio oouiaot with ibe wbtte
ni'ti for Ihc first lime, l#onp*?] (lottH ore Hlght, :m?i
attaeking every hotise in tbe riiiiip, precipitatecl ?b?l
i8 kiown as the Rogoc Ui\er Indian ?ar.
T'ie whitea linallv ?\fcnninated Lhe hand c<>m
ple'.ely. Col. Hall fought during Ihis u.-ir with dis
tinction Afterwad he nitcr-d inlo tbe proviaion
buainesa and eupplied the cump wilh foo'*.
At the outbivjtk of the ci\il war he rehiined to
hisold honuiti Leettarr, v? lo takerare uf hia wid
oared raathrr. Ila rrmaiocd tbervduring
the waratid piot etfd the fine hoine p!un
la'i.'i", ahioh aaa btr properiy.
Near the close of the war his mother died. 'J'he close of
the etrujrgle found hmi a ruiued man.
Ile then camc to Washington and engaged for a while in
the bntter btrjiness, but was forcei to give it np. When the
Washington Monument was completed he applied for the po
sition of doorkeeper, bnt failed to secnre it.
Several friends obfained permission for him to OtMM the
stand in the lVnsion Olliee, whiih now supportshiin very com
fortably. He is unmarried, having rcmained single for the
protection of, firat, lus mother, and afterward his siater, who,
ii 111i 1 lately, waa dependent upon him.
SKELETONS TOSUNKEN SHIPS.
lSoiicN of Sailors Made Faat to
Nkw IIa\ en, Conn., DCOi 18th.?
Divera who had been at work on the
wreck8 of the echoonera lloward 11.
LIunacom and .latius II. Paee, which
lie on the bottom of Ixing Ialand
Sound off Montauk Point, report a
These diteru report that they found
the akeletous of men of the crewa of
both veasels lashed to their maatf,
raila and in the rigging ot the
achoonera. They found piecesof the
clothing of theaailora elinging to the
akeletonb, and believe that some of
the akeletoua can he identilied.
The Uanacom, which belonged to
tbis port, waa commanded by Cap
tain Marm Holmes. She sailed from
Philadelphia on November 23rd,
1898, with a cargo of coal for Prov
idence. The Pace was commanded
by Capt Cailield, of Weat Denuis,
Ma88., whereahe belonged. Shc left
Philadelphia ou Nov. 25,1898, with a
cargo of coal for Boaton. Captain
llolmea and Captain Oaffield were
Neither vessel was heard of until
the divers weut down of? Montauk
Point to see what was hlocking the
ship channel. It is the theory of
old aeamen that the llanscom and
the Pace fouled each otlier in that
terrible November storm. Both vea
aela were probably laboring desper
ately in the big seas and their crews
would naturally be lashed to their
The veterans believe the schooners
struck suddenly and with such force
that they sank almost iinmediately.
A SAD STORY.
Old Mr. Hilarious Hough, from
down in Prince Ueorge county, has
been aent to the asylnm for weak
minds. It is a sad etory. A.s I
heard it it was this: About three
yeara ago Mr. Hough was travelling
on the Atlantic and Danville road,
when juat below Suffolk he met with a
very nice young man. After sotne
converaation Mr. Hough discovered
that he knew the young man'a father
and that theyoung man was a dentist
"Where do you practic," aaked Mr.
Hough. "Well," aaid the young
dentist, "out of every month I spend
a week at Suffolk, a week at Frank
lin, a week at Emporia, a week at
Boykins, a week at Newsoms, and a
week at Waverley." The old gentle
man looked puzxled and aaked the
young man to say it over again, which
he did. This setnied to aoothe him
md he amoked a while jn ailence.
Preaently he aaid, "Would you uiind
telling me how you ditide your tiine
i?ach month over ugain?" The ex
tractor of roota went over it once
more. Juatthen theconductoicalled
the old gentleman'a atation and Mr.
1 lough got off the train looking dizzy.
Aa he inet hia frienda on his walk
home he gazed at them with a vacaut!
etare. When he reuched hia houae
hia wife, upon 8eeiug him, ran for
the eamphor bottle. "Oh, it'a noth-.1
iug," he aaid, **I gnesa I can figure it'
out." And he began heuring. lle
haa been figuring ever siuce. ltgrew
from bad to worae until last week,
when afterciphering over five 8quare
mile8 of brown paper his mind gave
way. The youug dentiat ia still
going hia inerry rouuds.? Richmond
Conatrucion Being Arranged for at
Newport Newa Ship Yarda.
A ayudicate of New York capital-!
iats haa agreed to f urniah $50,000,1
with which to build a small boat on
the cork8crew plan, with the further:
understanding thatif it demonatrates
ita ability on a commercial acale to |
approximate the apeed which the
model8 have reached, that of 50
milea per hour, the 8yndicate will
faraWt suflicient capital to build a
The iuventor promise8 that hia
craft will croaa the Atlantic iu leea
than three days. The vea8el, the
conatruction of which ia being ar
ranged for at the Newport Newa
Shipyardp, is not intended for paa
8enger service, but only for the con
veyance of mails and faat freight
and for uae in life aaving atationa.
It ia ao conatructed that it can pene
trate the snrf or wavea of the rough
e8t wat.er. The boat ia cylindrical
in 8h:ipe with a pending flange like
a corkscrew extending from bow to
atern, and the outer ahell revolvea
throngh the water while the inner
compartment maintaina its equipoi8e.
??Sid'a" Life Spared.
Columbus, 0., Dec. 30.?"Sid,"
the big elephaut which killed its
trainer, Meagher, at the barn8 of the
Sell8-Forepaugh circua at Sellaville
on Wednesday.waa tried and acquitted
on a charge of murder yeaterday.
Two men atated that the keeper
hadgiven awrongorder, which "Sid"
obeyed, and when he waa puniahed
for it he turned upon Meagher.
Itwaadecided to kill theelephant,
but on the evidence, a verdict of
"juatifiable homicide" waa rendered.
SENSAT10N IN STATE 5ENATE.
Colorfd Man TtIon to Muko a
SjM'ccli to the Ilody.
Joseph Klam, colored, appearcd in
the corridor of Hichmot d's Capitol
one moming last week and hia uiut
teringa and actious convinced the
page boys that he waa crazy.
They advised him to go away
before Sergeant-at-Arms Johuson,
of the Houee, aaw him, but he in
aisted that he had a mesaage from
"de Lawd to de people ob Virginny,"
and 8aid he would not go away until
he had delivered it, and he didu't
4'c..r nuftin abont no aargent ob arms.'
He tinally pushed open the swing
ing door and walked down the aisle
to the left. A member called the
attentiou of Sergeant-at-Arms John
aon to the unu8ual viaitor and the
sergeant huatled around there and
held him up denianding to know his
The negro at once became excited
and enraged at the interference and
shouted, "Stand back dai! stand
back. Don't iuterfere wif de miii
ister ob God!" At the aame time
he wildly brandished a heavy aud
wicked-looking 8tick, and attempted
to 8trike Mr. Johnson, who aide
I stepped, and aaa me:nber caught the
I negro by the ahoulder, the official
ducked.and making a JSharkey rnah
caught the colored man about the
waist and downed him in a trice.
Then he pinioned him and aat on
him until the police arrived aad took
Elam to the atation houae. Upon
reaching the corridor Elam atruck a
dramatic attitude andgave cry to the
anathema quoted above.
BRYAN AND HOUU TO RACE ON
Austin, Tex., December 28.?Kx
(jorernor Ilogg ia a great lover of
outdoor exercise, aud if all reporta
which are cnrrent in political circlea
here to-day are true, he ia going to
give \V. J. Hryan an outing that will
reault in much merriment, if uotb
The big ex-Govemor haa two big,
tame 08tiiche8 that he bought over a
year ago to train to drive to abuggy.
He haa conceived the idea of having
a race for the fun of it between Mr.
Bryan and himaelf on theae oatrichea.
Hoth men have been Lrying to nde
the oatrichea for a week. A8 8oon aa
they grow aufficiently expert they
will altempt to have the race.
There have been aeveral mishap8
during the efforta to convince the
birda that it ia a good thing for them
to be ridden, but the two ridera are
peraiatent, and they have promiaed
their frienda that they shall see a
Kx-Uovcrnor llogg'a 300 pounda
will make 1 heavy handicap for l.ia
bird, but aa he ia a great jockey it ia
Wlieved that he will make a lively
contear, his 8kill aa a rider evening
tlnngs> up.? JV. V. Journal.
Wiri SLEEPS WI11I A RAZOR.
YYashingtan Man (Jivea Thia a? a
Reaaoa for Blvorce.
Washjngto*, Uec. 30.? After
five montha of married life, Henry
Schwakopf haa begun a suit for
divorce againat Kmma Schwakopf,
on the ?round cf cruelty. He allegea
that Kmma haa formed the discon
certing habit of aleeping with a razor
uuder her pillow. She will vouchsufe
uo explanation of thia eccentrie
habit, and refusea to give any when
Henry aaya he very ofteu liesawake
half the uight wonderingat his wife'a
peculiar taate. The thing haa ao
8trained hi8 nervea that it affects hia
heallh, and aa Kmma will uot give
Qp the razor, nor consent to keep it
anywhere except under her pillow,
Henry ia driveu to aek for a divorce.
?N. Y. Times.
CatcliinK a ltunaway.
Catchinga runaway hor8e ia some
thrng of a job, aiid yet it can bedone
Bucje88fully if the right method ia
employed. Moat persons when try
ing to stop a runaway horae merely
add to the panic which haa cauaed
the beaat to take to hia heela. They
atand iu the middle of the road and
throw up their handa and ahout. No
runaway was ever atopped by such
tactica. When the horae ia coming
toward you, atart to rup iu the same
direction as fast as you can; when he
catchea up with you, and before he
passea?horaea don't go with the
rapidity of a buliet, eveu when run
uing away?jump for hia bridle rein
and hold to it, running a'ongall the
while as fast as poaaible. The check
thua given by thepull on the bit will
alinost always atop a runaway. If
you are on horseback you can do this
withea8e, and with very little danger.
Thia ie the method employed by pro
feasionala and by the mounted police
inen, and they do it with tnuch neat
nes9 and dexterity.?Netcark Sunday
. Every editor ia familiar with that
part of hia railroad pass which pur
porta to annul the liability of the
railroad in case of injury. Neyer
theleaa the I^ake Erie & Weatern
Hailroad Company have juut paid
$;>,7.'>o for cau8ing the death of a
l>a Borte, lnd., newapaper man, who
waa riding on a newapaper p&as.
Polo Gal Farina.
The largest skunk farina in Indi
ana are in Dekalb and I^ake coun
tios. The odoriferous animals are
raiaed by the ten thousanda.
The swell lady who aapired to be
' just the thiug" in what she weara
on her back, is laying aaide her aeal
*kin and donning the gloaay pelta of
the skunk. Of courae ahe would be
horrified if anyone ahould uccuae her
of wearing a plain akunk's skiu, but
that is the thing ahe buy3 under aa
imported name from Paria.
The aeal'a eoat is not near t:o gloasy
and pretty aa the pelta of these little
animals. A black skunk is worth
$2 lo any market to-day, and Lhe
sttiped one8 are worth $1.50 up.
? Globc Dtinocrat.
Love ahould give wings to the feet
of service, and atrength to the arms
! Cabies and chittiren nced I
I proper food, rarely cvcr medi-1
j cinc. If they do not thrive J
} on their fcod something is i
| wrong. They nced a iittlc j
j hc!p to get their digestivc i
f machinery working properly. |
COD LIVER OIL
W/TH HYPOPHOSPH/TES orUME*. SODA
} \vi!l generally correct this J
I ci'ficulty. j
If you will ptrt frcm one- I
fourth (o halff a teaspoonfed j
ia baby's Lolilc fhree cr 'our J
tin-.es a d^y you will socn occ I
a marked improvcrr.cr.t. i or I
lar^er childrcn, froni haff to j
a taaspoonful, accordino; to |
a?e, dissolvcd in their mi'K, !
if you <o desirc, wlll vt ry j
soon show iis ?reat nou;is!>
[r.J pov/cr. If the mother's
. rr.ilK does not nounsh the
b^by, she needs the emut
[ sion. It will show an effect
; at once both upon motfur
t aOOTT fli i;owni:, C.h.-mi-.ts, N*w V.rfc. i
L||m||ihM? II i II II II II I
which prevail in miasmatic dis
tricts are invariably accompan
ied by derangements of the
Stomach Liver and Bowels.
The Secret of Health.
The liver is the great "driving
whecl" in the mechanism of
m:m, and when it is out oforder,
the wholc system becomes de
ranged and disease is the result.
Tutt's Liver PiHs
Cure ail Liver Troubles.
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RKAb KSTA1E AUKNiS,
|\W. E. I\ TIGMOB,
14 W. NoilTII AVEM'B.
Fricnda frora tbe Nortbcrn Ncck
pecially invilcd to call.
i 1\ II. I.M.IM.i:il AMIS1 KVKVOB
Irv ?xj p t o n , V a.
Landx ? urv?,y?-<l and plota made. Katl
matoH; t'lana and Hpcclflcutlona for Ilrldae
and \ ui.Un-t worl and couatnictlona of al
dtacrtptlona. Topojfraphy and Drauvhtina
\\M. B. SANDKKS,
White STONt-, fiianiaiani Couutt.Va.
wni t.r.utlio ln tht- courla of I.-unaMor
nortaumbwlMD*!, Ktebabood, and Middawx
oouotle*, Bupertor Ooun <>t / ppt>ah>, I'niit-d
HtataaCourf ol Ka.-Urn iMstrht nf Vlrirlnla
1'n-mpt utK niu.n K'lM-ii to all buaiuoa In
truatcd to rav o?re.
Monaskon, Lancastkk Co., Va.
W ill practlce In all tho Courla ol thla n.d
I'lompi i-iU'iiiiun k1v??u toallk-aall uaticaa.
g# II, ROBLNSON,
Lancaster C. II., Va.
Will praitlco in tl>. oountlea of Lancaarer
Nortiiuinlxjilanil, Uirhmoud and Weatmore
fc*Tn>inpt aitontinn alven to all buMnea
entmsted to rciy care.
jMlANK <L NEWB1LL,
A1TOR S B Y- A T-L A W
PiXtlea Ia 1 lu-t'ourta ot thrNorthcrnKeck
1 >>.i<-?.'tion of clatnaatven specialattontlon.
NORFQLK BGARD1N6 HOUSE.
All persnua desiring a nrat-clasa
boardiiur place ftop wilb Mra. C. 8.
Ilaynie, 501 Free Mason iStreet, Norfolk,
Va. (Pormerly uf tbe Lancaster Honse).
F ANOASTER HOUSE,
M. F. Tiiomas. Proprietor,
Lancaster C.-H., Va.
n?-.( accoinmodationa to b* found in tha
eoi'.ntry. Tho pub'lj wtllbe servod aa faltb
fully aa in the past.
Good livery a'*aeued to tbe Lancaster
House. Nearly a bnndred staJIs for
borses. ConvejTances of all kindft can
be bad at all bourg.
Newly renovated aud put in
Anierican Plan, $1.50 np per day.
Roums Knropean Plan 50 cfs. np.
Speclal ratcs forcommercial trarel
ers and YVeekly Itoardera.
O. A. FOWLER, Manager.
12 and i4E. PranStreet,
Diniiiff Reeau for Laaiea.