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Uit. C. K. Jambh, Paator.
IrTinajtun, Flrat tmtl Third Kundava, 11 A. M.
Bacoodand Kourth Suiulaya. Dbxht.
** Prayermeetluir Wednesday niichta.
White Htone. FlrM andTh1rd8undayo.it F*. M.
Beeoud and Kourth Bundaya.UA.M.
Fleet'a Islaud. Ni??.->>n?l cuuday.d h.m.
Thlrd Suuday nlf'ht.
Poplar Neck. Fourth Sundavy^l P. M.
RlT. P. W. Cl.AY?KOOK. Pa.stor.
Irvlngion.SevondaudKoiirt hSiHidnx v
" rtrst and Third Sundays, s p. \|.
(Preaehlng or I'rayer nxvi tlng;.
Wlcotnlco, Flrat and Thud buadaya, II A. M.
Ktlinaruock, Second aad >'oiutti f-uudayp, 11
Bluff Polnt Chapei. Kuurth Sunday 7:J0 P. M.
Kav. c. y. iiHADLtY. POaaar.
White Stone. Flrat aud Third Sundays at 11
A. M.; Baeoaki and FouriUSuu
ilay s * p, m.
Fleete Islaud. set.-oud aud Kourth Stnul.iv.- at
11 A. M.: Ptrai aud Tblrd
days 3 p. m.
rajaaai i i.ki.w.
Ukv. J. S. W assi m. Paator.
Weems. Flret und Tblrd Sutuho* 11 \. M. an.l
7:J0 P. M.
Kev. F. A. Hoi.i.ano, 1'a.stor.
Wlvumlco, Fiist an.l 'Ihlrd Sun.'.aj -< at tJBB P.
M.; Seeond aud Kourth Sunday* ut
11 A. M.
Stnyrna Ktrst aud Tklrd Suudays at 11 A. M.
Katupson'a Wharf, tk-h?>?>l ric-use, Becond and
Kourth Sundaya at ^:M 1*. M.
f. L. WHgurr, Kdltor I <><? il Correapondrnce.
All communleation* thould 1k- add:.
aa* viKui.MA citi/i n, Irnl?iiow. Va.
8. F. Eubank took steaiuer here Tues
day for Baltimore.
Dr. F. W. Lewis was visiting frieuds
here Tucaday uigbt.
Dr. L. M. Irving returned Saturday
from Cribfield and Salisbury via Balti
Iloiv Art l'onr I?ti!>i?->a f
T)r nobba' Spanurus Pillarure all kidney Ut* 8an?.
^lafra.. A?. bt?iliD? Keuieoy Co.Ctitcacoor W. T.
Vapt. W, L. Messick was in N.uf.-lk
and Fied L Waguer in Baltimore iast
Hteamcr Chcsapeake, wilb secielary
8. F. Hillcr aboard, was in this horbor
Visitora seen here sinco last issue,
C. W. Hubbard, Jas. R. Gresbam, Maa
TOCCRE LA GRIPPE IN TWO DATI
TakoLAXATtvr. IIkumo Qcinink I' \ut i I - V
drutritlKt* refund the tnoni'y il it f'ails t.. eui <?.
}?'.. W. <;hovic*8 ti>rnaturt> on e\ery Ik>x. BBtl
Mrs. Marlha Ilaydon, who ha? hetm
visiting relatives iu this viciuity, re
turncd Fridayto Baltimore.
Jno. 0. BrcwiugtoD left Monday for
.lames Biver in tbe bujj-cyc whieh he
secutcd last week in CiisQeld.
BaMMatfM nome riirerprlae and buy your
iuratK>r of VV. H. Jesee. Lttwultnn, Laneaater
Co. Material the be?t, prieoa low, biK ireujthia
Mr.andMrt.T. W. Ilall.of Middlcscx,
arrived Iast week and will make lrving
ton tbeir home for the summer, if not
Jaa. Willey, Wm. Wiac and t;us \^Mg
ncr left Tbursday for Baltimore, where
they go to seek einploj tucul. We wish
W. T. Jonea met wilb the mi*fortune
on Wcdncaday afternoun to have i;i
tncathouse deatroyed by fire? then by
loaing all his mcat.
I'ersous baving fruit Ireea should bt
gin now to apray ibem. A tplaadld
t?prayer can be bou^ht llirouub tbe
Citizen for |(i. *
Hl.-Hcv. R. A. Gibiouspent Tuesday
night here as the guest of B. S. Mit'oaalL
He left the following morning for his
home in Bicbmoud.
Mrs. 8. F. Millcr aed little son, Frant.
A)f Malhewa county, spcut Tuesday and
Wednesday with ber thiugbter, Mi.-s
Ella, at the Chesapeake Academy.
Tbe late arrivala at Irvington Beach:
R. 8. Warncr, Andrew 0. BffOWa, .1.
Cariol Harding, J. W. Cobb, Mr. Dur
haui, E. D. Ch>pton, y. A. MttTelt.
II l>i?irr? Kam to etand tlie >tr?ln <>r
n.'ivuiis in-uralttiu, paln? in the l:uo. hea.l <ir
any i>:n t oitlu- iio.ly. Tbe?4> paloa are ijulckly
Htopuf<l by the ui?o <n I'riiiiv I>.v\ is' I'ain'
Kii.i.kk. Tli?> rt-H?r ? Imm.-tliato an.l laaUnf.
IKi imt MiflVr a monient lonirer but u^.- tlx
Paln Ktiicr aa dlratotatd. AroM aubatltutea,
thori'ls but 04M Paln-Killer, I'en y l)a\ i?'.
l'noe2&e, and: 50e.
8. B. Grifllth left for Tappabani.ock
Baadaj morning. F.e returned Tues?
day aflernoon wilb his family, who have
been vhitiug there the past ten days.
Regalla for Irvington Lodge I. O. O.
F. No. 2(i5 has arrived and the lodge is
now In working trini. Initialory aml l>t
degreea weTe conferred ou four caodi
? hites Tuesday night.
P. H. Sadler aud family hft Tbursday
for Baltimore, where they cxpect to
make their future home. Mr. and Mr?.
fcradler leave jaany friends here who were
grieved to see tbeui depart.
A. R. I>o Kluent, editor of the Jnurwtf,
Doyloato\%n, ohlo. nu|Tt?re?l for a nuaaber ?.i
yoais trom rhturaatisjn iu his rlulu Mboul.l.r
and ald?'. Ue aays: **My rlRht amt at time?
was entirely uat-loas. 1 trled ChamUrlainV
Paln Uahu.and waa surprl'cd toreev've rellef
ahuoit tmmediately. TlM Pklo Ihilm haa IMM
a ?-4>nataiit cimpai'i-n or tnlnc i'V.t siihc an.l
lt never fa*ls." Kor aal? hy G. W. Saiuh-i.-.,
White 8t?)iu-; Mrs.T. .). W'iin.i* Ac Co? lrviiiK
ton; W. H. Ilardiug Jc Uro? Weeuis.
C. C. Pearson.of White Stone, spent
Salurday and Sunday in our vilhige
When be returned he carried the tennis
chainpionship of the Northern Ncck_
but the question ia, can bc bold it?
II. A. Sauers, an attache of tbe Bab
tiraore Sun, who frequently epent his
bummers iu this village, died a few days
ago from cancer of the stomach. For
years th ; phy: iei.tns bad been trcating
him for gastiiiis.
We are glad to know that ut his
recent examioation Harry llopkins was
awarded engineer'a license, the hi^hest
of any in this section, except tbose of
W. W. Allison. Clay Messick also stood
oxamination and was awarded license.
If troubled with rheuujatism irlvo Cham
Ix'rliln'g l'jln-liilm a trlal. lt wlii n..t ooal
you a cAot if It dooa you no |Ooa. <>..<? ap
]>ltcatlon will rellovo the i-nin. It also curos
xprama un.t bruiMS in one-thlrd the time re
.juired by any other treatment. Cut.s, burna,
fio<itbiie?,.|uiiisey, palns ir? Ifeai sidean.l chest,
k'landiiUr and other swcIIiii^h are quiokly
cured by appii Idr it. Kvery Ix.ttle wai
rantod. Prlee,ttan.l 60cta. Mra. T. J. W il
litiKACo.. Irviacton; O. W. Sandtrs. White
Stoue; W. H. HaidiitK A Hro., Wfems.
The Parsonage Aid Society of White
Stone Circuit will hol.l its raajalal
quarterly meeting at the Pawaaaajpa on
Tbursday, April 5. The dinuer com
mittee is as follow; Mesdamcs ThaHa
Powell, Lucy Treakle, Ellen Harper,
Mollie llopkins, Adilie Messick and
The Carter'a Creek Fish Guauo Com?
pany, who have been drilling an ai
well for the paat few weeks, htruck a
fine stream of water Monday at a depth
of .VSO feet. Th<; wa'er has no disa^iet
able taates nnd will tlow from a pfpa ?-'
feet above tbe ground, thus enableing
them to run water into their tauks
< MdllT Oil TIIK FLY.
Wui. Kent, of Brouti's Store, Nor
tbuirlK'rlxnJ eounty. haa been ^rantt-d
Taaaaaheaaooh ihlaha her laam haa
again conn appttOBtlca
for a aaaaaaar jomial.
Mr Pranh laatahaoi ; ,sburg,
and MJaa Lula Hivmi, of Nortin
land, were marrkd tlns aeefc Ia that
<>r the aaaaoa, ? . ed by Pl
al ffnbaria_naambatna aaatebaat, Baki
? M ? (UltS
In addtUoa to th< "tioncd as
havtag baea paaapcd from a deplh ?
i well at thi
faetorj i:i Lrviagtoa, the drill i .ier aaat
througjh taaaalaa of toaail Bah, brlaglag
api l aaea an.l teeth, iba lat tei >
?aa >ll thari taatb.
Mr p, k Baaaaaa, tbe poanlai
aaea, haa beea atada the reclpteal of u
BM ROld arateh eltain by a num
ber of ble adtatrlag nieuda beJengtag
ba the htaaeato fratfralty. Tbe y
latloa was ipade at AlilagtOB Lodge iu
i eoaaty last areah
Praaideal B. T. Bpaaear, of the PteaV
artehabarg Bagai i>- aa te
atate that aagai beet aeed aad t<
ara haae arrived, aad that be U dte
tttoattag aaad frea aa fnrmers who de>
slre to rafaw beete. Beed aaa ba oa>
tataed on appUcattoa to Mr. Baaeeae
or Mr. II. B. Tuttle, FreU ii< Bfr
batg Tbe aeed are for Bsperbaantal
?ea and aiawAgeaaeata alll ba
Baada to ghra aaah prta m tj ibe raraaaaa
:.ii<e tbe best spccimeu of bectn.
w.iir. <? sared man) dootorbtlai atace v-'
begaa usiog Chambei latn*fl Couab K me Ijr In
.?in bome. w ?? k?-? p a bottleopena l the Ubm
lenover noi ??' mr lamUy <w ui>fi*ii
Oritin to CMt.-li cuW ?rc Ih-^ui to us?> theOougb
Keaaody, aii'l aa a reauli >v?i d< vee lit\- t ?
s.'tid iiHin (or a doctor and uaeura laraiedoe
. foi Cbaaaberlatii's Couich Itsmedj
m-ver lails t<> cure. It Ia certalBljra tnedidnc
Of *-r?at iihmii aad arorth. 1). B. Miuikif.
...uiiai HercbanI and I kfattle II d
l.Mil uOUUtjT, l'a. 1?>| s.iU- I>\ vv. ||. Ii |
a itr.?., ?\ ., .1. \> hiina ? i<?-. ii\
ilVO.li; li. M ih*.
Plon oaaa, foraaerly of widte
Btoaa bai now of Phtladelphla, is vieii
lagMra. If. M. Oarry,ofBaltlaaore.
htaaitc Laytoa, of Whfta Btoaa, haa
retaraed to Baltbaota afier two aaoathe,
\ isit to trleada ar.d relativaa.
B C, llilh of Vf<a Btoaa, tala IJ?1
thaote on a visit.
M. .1. Bdaratda, who has beea :
ing in Kielunond for two years, has re
taraed 10 this county with hi-< f.unily.
Ht, Jean pabltc acbool, taachl b]
Jostpliine ll-irri-.o' ,v il'riday).
laeljBialia Taken -not by Iba
. t?ut with diaei ? a n'l naoa
thebtrda alll aooa taaa ttuir han
ih. eoaalai apctag aoage, ao wih tbe dlf
ferent dlaeaeea reeet ladaaeelTea for the
unsuspi-etvd li.in^s; 1 Iirieloie relief niust
bo foaad. T. .1 Baydoa A tJoa,aa usual,
have a full rapplf of draea. Baraaap
ltoot, tbe great ktdaey aml bTaddarcare,
aad Uhaaaoerlala Ooagh Reaaady apeefaU'
taaa a aotd to lha alaabi aancteat.
Ooaaa and ba baalad. i .!. Baydoa ai
Boo, [nrlagtoa, Va.
tlatfalcikoOfl NOTK : >
Hrv. J. O. Bahcoch will preacb at
Wbtte alarah aaat Baaday Baaralag <>n
uBoaaa Leaaona - i < i by the recent
Oorroioaaaa tires." BabobOwh al :; p
m. Babyaot; "lue yoaag aaaa EUaaaalf^
an.l pteaebed eapeclally for yoaag men
ahe are cordlally larMad to attaod.
Sulij.ct i.t IitiilT I'oint at 7::ui p. ra.
Tiic aeeood ajaarterty aaaataag for
BeatbaTllla Clraafl alll ba baM at
f> rtath Batarday aad Baaday Aaril M
a:,d ::>. rVaaealaj Batardaj, iia. m
foUoared by tbe qaartarlj caafeceaoa,
an.l prrachlag Baaday n a aa. ladloaed
by OOUeettoa aud commuul.in.
^I()(> Kewaril, fJlOO.
Tiic iia.iii- ot tbiapacorw*ll baptraaaita
loarntaal ibora i> al i<a-t .-tic draadad .n^
? ?a.-c Iliat 1-.1c.11i' baa Ihi ii i.lilc iiu'iii.
awaandtbal Ia i'.h.i rb. Hall'aCatarrb
? ilii- tinlj poalUvccure now kiumn in
t !?? ? nsodlc*! i iati-1 r.ii v. catarrb ix-iiw a oon
stltutional ? .iin-s h conatitutional
ii. .oiiii ui. ii.o *> Catarrb Cun Ia takan la
ternally, actlnir ilirtM'tl) uimui tbe blood aud
mucoua aurfaoua wl tbe ?y?t?ra, thrrvb
troyliif the rouittiaiioti i.t iln- ni^-aao, an.l
Kivina* tbo patical strvaatbb) bulkllnaup slu-,
.-iin^i Itutluu ainl atisistlnK itaturc in dtdng i*>*'
work. i ln i i hav? ao much faltb Iu
it- ouratlve powers, tbal fh< roffM ?>n?> llun
?ln-.i liollars i.i ..i'\ ca?a tbal u Cailatooura.
.s?'ini i.?i h>i ..i UMtlmontala.
Add'oaa, p. J.< asxai A '",,., i,,i.?.!<>. 0.
BoM by UruRvtsu, .
Maii's raauii Puaarataa
Two St.ires llnriit.
Oa last ltMay atgbl and Sat
Biday two geaeral aaaatbaadaaa atorea
uear MlUoabeek, Leaeaatac eoaaty
batoagtag to J. K. OaaaeHae aad H. R.
Dodaoa arete aaatrayed by tire. We have
aaea aaable to ascortuiu abethet they
NOTK K THISSbXi
Ncw ad. ofSiiiii PaaaoCeeapaaj.Bal*
Change of ad. of ?V. .1. Mille-, jewekr,
Pahhaore, aud ebaaga of Conway, Gor
iloa ^ Qaraatt, Baahera, Krederieksburg
AVill ba fbnad as to what suits Ihe
seasou ia a ROOd m-w line of gOOda,
which is to be aeen a: the old staiid, T.
J. Uaydoa vV Boa'a, [rvlegtoa. Chil
draa'a ahoaa a apeeialty, Hitboinrh we
have tbaaa to lit and plaaaa auy oue.
But don't forgat the groeery dapartaaaat,
abieh Ia alaraya apaefal* TLanking you
for past favors an.l (aeHtag you to ooaaa
agaia. htoat reapcctfoUy, ' ?
T. .1. Havo..
BEPUBLIOAH8 WANT CAPT.
The folloaing has been foraarded
ns by a Uepublican with the iv.jueit
that we gire it pnblieation. The
peraon adeooated is the popnlar
Predertekabnig aaJatnian, ?Ias. A.
Turner, who travela tliis fcection.
The Repnblieaa ooaeeattoa, soon lo
aaoaaabla,' ?ii! have many poatttoaaof
boaoc to lill and we hopO ono or moro
will fall to Ibe Northern Neck. One of
Ihesepositions ia ?hat of National Com
mitteenian. To rili this requirea a niau
of aaergy, one who is aell kaoaa to tbe
leadara aad popolar aith fbe raak aad
tile. WoaM il not ba well to give the
honor to Jaaaaa A. Terner,ofFreder*
leaabargf Be aeaaaa up to all the re
ajaireaaeafa, i: uh.. energetic,
well-kr.own and popular, particuhirly ao
throughout this dhstrict. We believe hc
has no axe to grtad and aapffaa to no
OfaVaa, ao hOpa it alK he ihe pleasure of
the aoaraaUoa t<> vbia tbe aaattei Ia the
light of A Noutukkn Kaoaaa.
ii n rarj aard :<> atand i>y i.ity and s?'<- <,ur
<t<-ar noaa anffar whll* nwnitiux tbearrlval <>r
tbe dootor. Aa Albaai N. r.] .lairymau
i-aili-.l ai a diurf !..n- tb< .<? for a dootor to
ooaaa and -? <? io^ oblld, iiien \<>ry atob viitii
eroop. .s. i i.i..!.: ;? tbe dootor Ia, ii?- l.tt
?rord t>>. blm to ooaaa at oooq on lu^ rstare.
a bottlC <l l ii.oi.Imi laia's
Cougb l;. :...i>. whleh b? h..|><-<: aoald n\\i<
aoraa i llel nutll 111.? ioctoi .slu.nl.I hiii\.-.
In ? r.-w bnura i.<- retnrtied.aaylnatbodootor
ii- ed m.t .-..mi' as ihf>, iiii.i \? i much bcttor.
I Tbe druKHist, Mr. Uito Sv'bo*ii h ? tbe famli*
comin.I... . I..HI.:. i lilo's < ..i?fli
lOiiK.l.v t<> tbeir ihik.iIn.i-, a i.i tiienda untll
ba baa a oonattud <l? uu.n.i i..r It from tti?t
j.Hit ..i tia- conntry. i ... aale i>\ Hn. r. .1.
WillinR A ('.... Iivlntitoii; **. II. Mai.liiiK &
Ilatbaway, who is now resid
ing in lUltituoic, was reeeutly vialtieg
his paients here.
m aaaaea of i.utie Baf 1 o o. f.
No. 177 will have an entertainment and
refreshmeuts iu their new hall on the
af April. Further notice willbe
given in due time.
The ladiesand ^cutlemen on thelsland
are busy paaaariaaj twa aaaaaaat which
ihey will rendei at the luion chapcl on
the uight uf April llth. Kutertaininent
will begin at H o'clock; adudssioa 25 cts
b r adu'.ts. 1"? for children Tbedraiuas
are vnlitlcd "A regular lix"aud "Wooing
a widow." Paoaaada artttae laathaaaaa
tit of the Islaud Bsptist eliureh.
I>. .1. Beauehainp has been on tue
siek list but is out again.
We laaaa w ilh rcgret that Mru. Fannie
aaUa aVdaaaa has aaaa aaka siek.
Mrs. Corney and daughter, Miss Evn,
Of M.-try Foint, were tbe guests of Miss
Mng Tapscott Sundny.
Dr. F. W. Lcwis, of Litwalton, waa
in tho villagc Sunday.
Baaaak A Bro. will aaaaala ihtlr
c.iniiing factory this sea
The lillle daughter of Mr*. Iloiy
Fl overs fell out ofacbairlast week and
huit haraalf very badly. We are glr.d to
say tht: little girl is much better.
C. 1>. Sinitber has a very bad carbuucle
ou tbe haah of his haud.
- Gussic 8mither left Saturday for
Baltimore to purchisc ber sprimj inilli
Mrs. lAereltand Miss Mary Peleraon
are very siek.
Jas. M. Brcnt is makingan rnprov
meut on one of his houscn by aduinga
fresh coat of paiut and a uew porcb.
W. B. Demby will move here next
week and opcu a wheelwright sliop.
J. B. Crallc is iu Baltimore thia week
The little son of W. K Currell was run
overmi Wcln.-aday by Willie Fickliu's
te.un and quite seriously injurcd.
Some Saturdays ago wc thought times
were beginning to look up, as there were
ilnee scrap*. before brcakfasi?u>o dog
figbts and a min scrap. Tiie doajB had
to ba IhfOWa into the rivrr to qaiel them.
but the men were not so har.l to qu< II
olaea then tvarftblaa' aud everjrbody
have seltle l baek 10 their usual state of
Mrs. Mary Slater is very much iudis
DO* 1 at tliis writiug.
L w. ICcQIoaaaa, ol Qaaea Aune
County, Md., was here ou businesa
H. T. Kelley, an estimable colored
man formerty of this viciuity, is criti
cally iii iu Washington.
Mr* Lalaaa Oaaita is iu Battaaora
this week. She will be accompanied
baaaa by ber slater, Miss Viola Duuaway.
We sympathi/.c with the Boers, but we
feel sorry for anybody or anylhing that
Bkowa itself an arraut fool for
want of comruoii seuse. Any terrier
that will gnaw a lion'a tail dcacrvta the
same fale the Boers are mcctiug, and
puta itself on an cquality with the
hall that undertook to stop tbe locoino
tivc?bc shows verv liue pluck but
mighty poor dhcrction.
wiiy aaa*i the v. s. Beaate ayaapa
ihtaa ailh the Yaqui Eadtaaa Ia Kaxlool
Thala what wc want to know. The
Yaquia and Bocra are whittlc-dc-wbit
C. L Marsh reeeutly vlsited his falhcr,
?aa. laaaa Marsb, of aaaar lataaaaaaa
While there his horae, while kickfng at
aaoihaa aaaaa, bit Uaa ou the arm aud
ataata or baaHjf aaaaaad one of taa boaaa.
Ba has beeu sulTcring much paln with it.
Hev. F. W. Claybrook aud wife, Mrs.
Ta/.e E.Iinonds aud daughter and many
otber friends were visiting E. L Currell
Iast week. We were glad to see K. I.
Currell out in his buggy ln-t Tuesday.
Bev. C. B James aud wife were visit?
ing here Iast week.
Williu licuderaou and wife were visit?
ing the latter's siater, Mrs. Kniiiii Cur?
rell Iast Sunday.
Miss Lula Ilughea, who has been
spendiiig the wlntcr with ber slster,
Mrs. S. B. Haydor, returned to ber home
near Coan Iast Sunday.
Tom Jonea and son, Virgil, are in
Norfolk this week.
Joba Ashhuru has hought Will Davia'
tine blaek male hon>c.
San.lv Uaydon visiteti his wife's par
ents near Coan Ust Sunday and Monday.
A. A. Ashhuru und daughter, Bessie,
rlallad frieuds iu Nortbumberland Iast
Capt. John M. Gannon is on a trip to
Norfolk this week.
D. R. James and R. F. Duuaway
visited the public school here Iast week
and Dr. Frauk Lcwis this week.
It ia reported that one of our aports
-alls on his best girl niue nights in the
week. That's buaiuess.
Tom, Dick aud Hakuy.
L. 1). Stoceham, of Molusk, ia busy
hauliug Iwhatta Barrack's landing for
Bellows A: S(|uircs' factory. W. H .Tesse
is also busy tilliug a large ordcr for the
Why don't some one get up a dispute,
argument or sometbing equaliy as iuter
aatlag aatae late Irairiata Twaaooateat.
liethtl church will organizs their Sun?
day sehool the tirst Sunday in April.
Mrs. .1. B. Taylor, formerly of Old
Oiehard, who has been siek for tbe past
few weeks with rheuniatism, Is still in
bad but mucli better.
The mother of Jas. B. Slater, at
Slaler's store, bas been very siek but is
bet ttr now.
William (). Doggctt, of Wicomico
Church, was seen here Iast week looking
lor aaaa to work his farm.
W. J. Barkcr left Iast Sunday for
Irvington, where he will work for
Capt. Wm. Messick.
W'c hope by the time of tbe next dance
our youngster will learn how to take
his awa shoes wilb him. Guess who it
Ilush! don't say me.
A yessel is now In Old Orchard load
laf with ash logs for Jno. R. Davis, of
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Clark, were
-Tt-cently presented with a tine daughter.
They have reeeutly purchased a new
Davie Sjbree reeeutly lost his horae.
1!. B Clark, tbtsewing macblne agent
of Kilmarnock, was in this hamlct Iast
we.k ui.king marbines to his friends.
i-r. f. w. Laaaa, of Urwakoa, was
seen here Iast week.
May this comhig summcr bring peace
and prosperitv to all tlic nations of the
carth h, the wish of Y. D. C.
lt'iiui> Ia niood Deep.
Clenn bIoo?l moana a rlenn skin. No
neauty without it. Caaeareta,Candy Cathar
in youc I.!<?.h1 an.l bmo it < lean, by
atirnng up the lazy liver and driviiur all im
j.umus frota Mie body. Begin to day to
baniah piinptaa, boila, blotchea, blaekheads
MM that aickly bilioua complexioa l>y taking
1 - l>eauty for ten <eiits. All drug
gwts, sat..sfacti<.n guarantced, 100,250,60c.
Mareh gave us some weatlier last
week vt-ry mueh like ihe lit. ie bov's
pti<>n?"lirot it rainedi then It
srnwed, then it bleaed. aud then it i
Meaar8. Frank and Arthur Wool
ard have retuitlv opaned a atore at
MuiTettsviile. They are two popa>
lar young men and ae pff diet mueh
oaoeeao for tlnm.
Baaaani Kate llanks and liinnia
Luttrell have ejaaaaj their schools
and returm.i to their hoeaee, We
weleotne t hcm ainong us once inore.
Mi\s. Maxwell Paontleroja baoltb
- uet iaanfove as rapidlj us her
many friemis could wish.
Bti Delaud is building up the trade
at Totuskey bridge aud is qoitf a
ntm W. A. Brjaat aud little
danghter, BBafflba, have retnrned
from o i -:t to relaiivee in Ba?
l>r. A. QL lisher is makiiig juepa
rutions to Imin a large briik ki!n.
13. Ii. (iiinith v^ Bro. baae a large
stoek of new gooda, and C. M. Daus
i apeataaneaanppljaoon. '?(>
tion is the life Of trade" In this
aeigbborhood, aaaell aa in all othera.
Si> "Fainh.un" t hink.-. 1 ntight have
been more mercifol to the bora io
the vera I a il, "all is fair
Ia loae aud ?;ir." ii be was i.s
lookiag when yoorger aa hia ptcture
ia ti. ? Cmm repreeeata him to be,
l cannot blaUM his better balf v.i \
mucb foi allotrTug him to peranade
fter not to be "aa old mii.l,"' that is,
it" in hwaoaae "oaudsume is as hand
The Babermea aronod this plaoe
have been \erv BOCCeaaful eatohiug
lish. Gapt vf. Z lleekiua caught
71(.? sha4* in his trapa Itoodav.
Large numbera arealao being caugut
in gi;l nets.
The pablie achool, with Mi-;S
QertraoVi Uamer as teaeber, .
Wedaeodaj of last areek. atiaa Qar
ner left for her hOeaa at Village
Saturday. Uer BUUlf f.iends w.iv
very torry to paxl with her, bnj
bope to be forttiuate euough to barl
her with us heil --'< M iOD.
arge .M< iVmiel recentfjp
sever.il d:'_\s wi'ii ie!ali\.- ia Cappi
M'-s Iuh- Vaa p?.|| Bpent Sitm
laj and SoihU" with Mrs. A. C.
Fiaher, of Buta ? i ton.
, Mr. aud afra. P. A. Bhaokleford,
of IVaraav, aiaiied the boeneofOapfc.
P. \V. Jleadlej Thnredae of baal
Oapi. hfoaea Van Pelt r^turncd
Motadaj after p a tit tn l'al
timore and Norfoik.
Miss Joaaphtaej kfoOnria is now
attetuling the priv ite achool at Ivon
ilale, Miss Aaatoa taaoher.
Qnite a Bttntber of the famlliea in
the village nre .vtill laferiag from
The N.w V.uk BrOgrapfa Amuse
ment and Ski toh Oa gave aboaa al
this plaoa ttoadai and To
aighta, which w\re w.n attended and
enjoyed by all.
Mrs. Frank hfoUejf entertain.d
qnite a hoat of firlenda on Batnrdaj
of last u,.k, tbe oooaaioo beiag her
niotbor*i (afra. teltcbell) birthdaj.
Befaral partiei were given m the
village last week in honor cf Mi?-s
M.-ssrs. I'alnier, Dowi.ing and
Uoward were Baaong the druinnierji
in our village this w.. k.
Iftaaea Plorenoe Van IVit and
Blanohe Simonaon eiaited the bome
of ('a)*e-. T. W. ll.adhy Friday.
The J.adies Aid Soeiety of the
Epieoopal Ubnreh aaet at tbe boa,
j>iuible bome of Mrs. 1*. X, Bnrber
Wi dneadaj areek.
Kugene Van Pell at.d family re
turned bome Tneaday after a de
liglitful visit to relatives in I.aueas
ter county. L. S.
I dtink tfTthe ninn who nt'et woos?aye,
JOTTINQ8 FHOM RICHMOND CO.
k tf# the niHi
Tbe man who sewn liutlona and
Tlie iiian who can live wlthout womm
Here's joy to rny hachtlor frienda.
fjh has aaai to aeep bat hbaaelf?happy
And always OBOagh to pay hills;
He gives to th, grocer a nurry ha! ha!
An.l aaaafadara ao bheekela on frllls.
Be walka not at all in the durk, atilly
\\ ilh colicky Offapriog ii) arms,
Which oqaatai artth a rest thnt i-i dread
l'ul to hear,
And tills the whole house with alarma
He kuowa when ho talka to bhuself he
To yell so that he will be heanrdi
He knows when he talks to idinself that
To chuckle. the very Uat word.
So here's to the haehalof btaaeed hi he
Who haa BOae lo kcep bui hiaiself?
The man who aaaffea ajaatalrj while
Cupid puta baek,
His aaea aud fmy/ad aooda on their
\ I hear of but little newa in the
eounty. All the farniers are taking
advantage of tbe good weather and
pntting the nloa forward.
Linwood Peed aa 1 a friend visited
Wersaw one day last week aud were
welcome visitois to all who had the
plt?*sure of nieeting tliein.
A. W. Sanders had a horse very
sicaaaSaturday night with sniall hopea
of recovery, but it is hopeil that so
good a man as Mr. Bnnden will
meet with no Iosse8.
J'rofessor Arnold gets brighter and
happier each day and his niany pa
trons are regretting that iiis well
managed achool will soon close.
Mr. U. H. Lyell is again reported
to be seriously iil. It was my )>ur
pose to visit the S.juire but have not
been able to get to see the old gea
tleman, and eau onlv hope be will
long be with us yet.
M. 0. I^ewis has done so well witli
the roads in his district that they
ha\e been put nnder his charge
again?a case of having been trietl
and found faithful.
Hon. W. A. Jones is back again at
his post and doiug what he can for
The Kepublican party have made
so many mistakes with their legisla
tion that it Sfems to me that theie
will be no dillienlty in having a
change of administration this fall.
If Carnegie can n:ake 40 niillions
on 10 niillions \n one year, it
as if we shoultl baae \o million
majority for Bryan, fne Blleer, the
coustitntion and labor, thenhy meet*
ing the reward which belooga to it.
So say we all in i'.v i:\ii n
The fact that this scribe has not
contribnteil any items of newa to the
OlTJItUI for several weeks, bj not
f | laok of ;:.!> reat in his
facatian or in the proaperitj of the
< . i i/i \. VSaala laeft af time f.?r
There \s ?? gi.-.it dettl <?f ci;knet>s
on the siek list are:
1 I nt:d flaxte C'ltiliellcv
aad Dora Naaafc, JJiadaaaca Btaacbe
. Maurtaa Boaren,
Oaaaabell aad Mart Boarer,
h, .lolii! ( amphell
aad Heraaan Wh<
Prof. s. W. B aal y, of Daj
Va., formerly of Caroline county,
i aad is Uachlag a
roOaJ nni-ic olaaa at liajpahannock
aad Wclcome Crove cburchea. Prof.
Beaalej will ba rooal and instru
tiuiital music iustructor at Shenan
doah Colhge io Dayton, Ya. Tlrs
coltege i- bigblj raeoaaaajea*ded.
The Welooaaa Groaa and Rappa
baaaoah Baodaj aahoola will apea
>undav (April 1st.) We hopo
prraal iataraal aaaalfeelod in
ihe Sunday aohOOl work. Prees on!
on!! Surmotint the dilliculties,
and by the help of God the^ victory
i. S. Jeukius had his lower lip
\.iy much torn and braiatd by being
thrown from a horse one day Iast
IJ A. Ooaaeller, who was siek
Nnl week, is now able to be out
It Ia rataored that aeteral ca^es
will be tried in the inagistrate'a
court here aoon. Let justice and
l>. aoe predominate.
Mra. Martha Bownn is siek from
being knocked ?lo\vn by an ox.
F. L. Halderson, of Montross,
teacher of white public school No. 1
(White liarab), closed his school
with appropriate exeroises on Wed ?
naadajf tbe 21st. Mr. Balderson'a
arorfc as a teacher during the paat
teraa has been very prolitable to his
pupilsand very acceptable to patrons
and Hchool oflicials. Miss Tabitha
Soyder, teacher of white public
school No. 8 (near Mrs. Jaue
lleamy's), closed her school with in
teresting exercisea on the same day
asdidMr. Huhlerson. Miss Snyder
baa proved very successful in her
profeaaaoa as a teacher.
Most-all the citizens here seein to
be contcnt with the lawa enacted by
the Iast seesion of the Virginia
?latare, with the exception of
oae, ic?the act requiring the ap
pointinent of Commissioners of Val
natioaa in each city and county of
Virgiala. Bat we are glad to ktiow
thai oar repreaenataaea, Ilons. 0, H.
Walker and li. C. Wellford, voted
agaioal the bill.
May Qod bless the Citizkn, its
editor. stafi", coriespomknts and hoat
afreadera is the ariah of Stau.
rm: ki:xticky MlDDhi;.
A trucc has baeo obtained in Ken
tueky loag enough to allow the cor
Ooer tocateh up with the procession.
? IlithinoiKi .\t |
At the trial of Secretary of State
l'owers, charged with complieity in
the murder of Goebel, the court was
Ibrowa iatO a panic Monduy by the
p -iaaaal aaoaanalar of opposing
State troops rec-t^nixing Demo
cratic QoTeroor Beobaaaa are in po
D of the county court-houseai.d
jail and will do military duty under
ordara from Qottrcor Bcokaaaa dur
ing tbe cxamining trials of Hepubli?
can Secretary of State Caleb Powera,
Captaia John W. Davis and W. H.
thk co\ riaUNMBHBF st it.
Loum ii.i.k, Kx., March 24.? The
lVoHiam-Taylor suit, involving the
title to the governorahip, reached its
iinal Itage In the Circuit Court to
day. Jadga lield entcred judgement
in aecordance with his recent rulings
ai.doveiruled a niotion fora new trial
and grauted counsel for Kepublicans
an appcaJ to the Court of Appcals.
The record in the case is made up
and vill be aubmitted eaily next
week. A deeision from the Court
of Appcals isexp?cted within a week
or aaa daya.
TAYl.OU I'AUDON KiNORRD.
The defence annouuced that they
would introduce no teatimony, and
tendoriug Govornor Taylor'a pardon
of l'owers, asked that "the defendant
1).' diaaaiaaed on tbe evidence. The
Cominonwealth disputed Taylor'a
right, aad the Court overruled the
laotioa. Bail waa asked for aud Judge
4<lt is not niy belief that l'owers
lired the shot which killed Goveinor
Goebtd, but from the evidence it ia
niy opinion that he waa connected
with the couapiracy to kill him. 1
-hall, therefore, order that he be
held over without bail to the Frunk
lin county grand jury, that the case
may be further investigated."
The Democratic militia will be
retained here until after the April
term of, the Circuit Court, which
begios Monday, and at which time
Secretary Powera and others are
to be tried. -
GOEBEL ASSASSINATION CASE.
There were some atartling develop
ments in the Goebel assassination
caae Tuesday. W. II. Culton was
ivported to have made a confession,
but later it waa developed that
the information gained waa not as
sueeping as thought. His frieuds
admit that he gave the pro8ecution
aaofa inforf.ation as he had, and
which had heretofore not come out.
Henry K. Youtaey, Uepublican
Auditor Sweeny'a clerk, waa arreated
at noon and locked up in jail, charged
with being an accesaory to the as?
sassination. Youtsey complained
that the pro3ecution had broken
faith in arresting him and it is said
he is ready to make a public state
ment, for which the prosecution ia
not anxious at this time.
Two confessions, upon which the
friends of the late William Goebel
baaa a bope of being able to arrest
W. S. Taylor and otlwr high Ue?
publican leadera, are said to have
been made to lawyera for the prose?
cution in the Goebel assassination
A friend ment'oned two n.ns
papers |a me a few days ugo and in
quired ahteb 1 liked acatj \..,i, Mr.
Bditor, wiii know ahat mj anaaer
was bj the faoloatd inoiu-y order.
Mrs. It. Chambcta, who has
III, we are glad to learn is able
to be out again.
Ifiea Iviith Ohanibara returned
from aTaahington Priday,afterapead
irg the winter with bef sister, Mrs.
J. Waabiagtoa. We veteoaae Miss
F.lith in our midet again.
Mies Lillie Ashburn tt apendiag
autuetiiue in the moeumental city
visiting friends and reUtivis.
W. White. of Baltinioiv, is visiting
at tle hoaaa of T. K. Aehburn.
liim Addie Jones has opened a
private school at this jilace.
M. Hudson, O. M. Winstead and
('. W. Doug-las attended the niasouic
meeting at Kinsale fcatuiday even
Through the inlluence ot 0. \V.
Douglas our little village will soon
boa3t of a telephone line. The poles
hate been aet and the line will be
completed by the last of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Winstead and
Master Uayuiond French spent Sun
daj at Viilage. Alonk..
Emory Winstead, formeily of Vil?
lage, who forahout two years resided
i:i Washington, fell between two
freight cars in that city Saturdav,
the 10th, aud was instantly killed.
His body was brought here and ia
tennent took place at llenderson's
eetuetery on the 14th.
O. A. Kichardson is in Baltimore
aiteoding the bed-sideof hia mother.
Mrs. Cynthia Dameron and Miss
Bessie Iludaon, of Lodge, were pleas
ant Tisitors at the home of Mre.
Mitehell Douglass on Sunday last.
Tecumseh Lewis and wife have
nioved into their new house near
llenry Thrift.of Baltimore, is vis?
iting friends and relatives here.
?Iohn Dnngaa has removed to the
old Hayden homestead near Village.
Telephone poles are being put on
the road from Village to Lodge, so we
will have anotber convenience in the
Albert MeKenney is niaking an
addition to his already comtnodious
Mr. and Mrs. John Welch were vis?
iting the latter'g sister, Mrs. Ada
Dongaa, on Boadaj week.
Bttah Lewis, who has been quite
sick for sometime, is said to be im
The niany friends of Professor
Bensley are glad to weleotne him in
this eonimunity again.
It is feared the scvere cold and
snow has greatly injured the peaeh
Our public school, taught by Miss
Dora Bnbaak, will close in a few
daja. It is reported that we will
ha\e a private school after the pub?
lic one has closed.
Misses Qertrnde Bale, Ohrrie llay
?let, and Lillie Ashburn left heVe
Mondav the 19th for an extemled
trip to friends and relatives In Bal?
COXST1TI TIONAL CONYF.NTION.
The Democrats of Middlesex, in
aaeating to assetnhle at JSaluda
on next Wednesday, should instruct
their delegates to the Korfolk conven
tion to vote for niaking the Conatitu
tional Conveniiou t)tiestion a party
i.-.-uo. The present constitution is a
relic of the dark days ofreconstruc
tion, franied by carpet-baggers and
seal-a-waga, and in tnany respecta
ir.CJnsistent with Deinocratic princi
ple8 and Virginiu's interests.
Look at your tonguc.
"i Is it coated ?
Then you have a bad
taste in your mouth every
morning. Your appetite
is poor, and food dis
tresses you. You have
< frequent headaches and
are often dizzy. Your
stomach Is weak and
your bowels are always
There's an old and re
m Hable cure:
Don't take a cathartic
dose and then stop. Bet
ter take a laxative dose
each night, justenough to
? J cause one good f ree move
ment the day following.
You feel better the
?J very next day. Your
4 appetite returns, your
K dyspepsia is cured, your
? j headaches pass away,
your tongue clears up,
your liver acts well, and
your bowels no longer
give you trouble.
Prlce, 2S ccnta. All dra?gl,ts.
" I have taken Ayer's Pills for 35
yaan, and I consl.tertbom the b*at
nmle. One plll doe* me more tcxxi
tuan halfa box of auyother kin.l 1
? haveever tried."
? Mr* 3. K.Talbot,
i March 30,1899. Arriugton, Kans.
Of tbe Northcrn Neck Mutual Fire Associatioa of Virginia, for the year 1890, as
made, aeeording to law, and under oath, to tbe Auditor of Public Accounts, and
directed by him to he publisbed iu the Virqinia Citukn for four -onsecutive
Chailered March 4, 1*00.
Amount of insurance written in 1800, - $82 78000
Amouiit of insurance in force January 1, 1900, - - - lSa\Ma\00
Kntranoe fecs collected in 1899,.1119.41
j Amount received on as-essment,.J18.M
Amount received on transfert, etc,. if]
Balauce on hand fnni
I Amount paid for losses, ---..... US* 10
PaJd a^enu' fees and otber cxpensea,.tJltl
Stationery, printing, postagc, ollice rcnt, etc, ? - - ir.1i aS
Total lakaaaa aa hand (in bank of Conway, Gordon A Oarnctt), - $fj
?T ? ? ? JOHN C. EWKI.L, President.
W M.DuNAhl) LKK, Scc'y-Managor.
IfBBDBBIGEBB D RG, V A.
Deposits Solicited, Negotiable Paper Discounted.
ALL tOKRKSi'ONDKMi: I'KOMl'TLY AVBWKMKD IX S?ALKI) i.N \ Kl.Ol'KS.
Handsome Litkographed Check Books presented to each Custonier.
Mdrchants' BusinSss Cards placed on their Checks.
BANK OPEN FROM 9 A. M. TO 6 !~. M.
GREAT YELtOW FRONT SHOE HOUSE,
421 S. Broadway, BAI_TI3Ur,ORE. MD.
OUR PRIZE WINNERS
^?^T ? - . - ^ -
^^*^~*?2^j&P CDCl08iDg PHCC' and >?ar ?rdc' "" * **?*? ?<>? M ?ot ..ti..
Our Men'g Fine VIci, Calf or
Box Calf Shoes; Hand-made:
Latest Style Toe, #3 OO.
Our Men'a Hand-pegged Water
groof Shoes; Heavy Double
o]e*> $1 25.
Misses' Fine 8pring Hecls, 11J
Misses' Calf Spring Heels, 11$
* ?i $1 2r?.
Meu'a Boots, all solld,
Men's Waterproof Boots,
Men'a Calf Skin Boots,
Our Mcn's Beet Patin Calf,
Heavy Double Soles, Perforatcd
Nall Solcs, best wcaring ahoc
Our Ladk-s' Fine Baltimore
Made Kld Button or Laca Shoes,
any etyle toe or tlp, $ 1
Our LaditV Fine Vici Kid Shoes
in Lace or Button, latest atyle
toe, easy walking Sboe, 1*1 07.
Boys" Spring IIccls, all solid,
sizts I to 5?, |>7 ctR.
| Elk Skin Shors for Cbihlrcn are
I tbe hest.goft ?ud i>liable. Just
j Ihe aaoa for school. Iu Lacc
or BattOB, :\U Solid Leathcr.
| Si/es 11 to :. Try OM pnir. Jfc 1 OO.
(407-409 S. BROADWAY,
. Grand Spring Opening
and timely bargair.s for watchful buyers of Furniture of every description.
Carpets, Oil-cloth, Linoleums, Mattings, Refrigerators, Baby Coaches, Go
carts, in fact, anything needed to furnish homes.
I can give you a good parlor suit, covered in silk, tapestry or hair cloth for $|5 and upwards.
I can give you a solid oak 10 piece bed room suit, with large level glass for 20 "
A good baby coach from %4~[q $25. A good go-cart from $2.50 tO $15.
Good Matting at |0C, Batt* Mattiug at |5c., Ba* Mattiug at 20 3IId 25C. l*f jard.
Lineii warp Mattings, carpet designs, for 25 311(1 30C.
If any goods you may desire are not mentioned above, write and all in.
formation and prices will be furnished at short notice. Prices guaranteed to
be as low as consistent with quality. An early call solicited. Prompt ship
ment and low prices guaranteed.
407-409 S. Broadway,
hi:ai>i;us of lntekest.
Kdarate Yaar llowels With Caarnreta.
Can.ly Oathartle. cure conattpation rorever.
10c, ?c. If C. C. C. fail, drumil.su ref und money.
John Fcrnandis, ttao oxp.rt l>art-er on the
?t<sinier ltiehniond, inakes a apevlaltv not
only of HhaviiiK and hair cuttlug- but aiso
drtsslinf ladles" balr.
If you want dweMiiurs, churchos. tents or
houses of any <le?crli>tion bullt write to W. H.
Jfsse, ontractor. Lltwslton, Va. Estlir.ate*
wav l..*n; nitlls located lo Lancaster county
To Cure Conatipatlon Forevrr.
fakoCascareta CandyCuthnrtic. 10c or 25c.
If C C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund moaey.
Wilson Palmer A Oo.'s two brands of mo
aaaea aro having' a great run with tbe people
of this aection. Aak yourroetvhnnt fortbeir
liuuquet Sjrup or tbelr Mayquex molotwea
and you will use no other.
The VuioiMA Citizcn uaea a Williams
Typewrlter. It Is tho beat, Ite work is per
fect. Simple to operate. Durable inc.mwtruc
tion. Wrlte B. A. Hardin Oo., 10 N. Pryor St.,
Atlauta. Oa.. or Fred L, Wtuiucr, Ageut Irv
lngtou, Va.. for lnformation.
CUEaPEST ROUTE TO UICHltOND.
Heroafter paaaena-era will l?e taken from the
Koss House, Urbanna, to West Polnt for f~.
Tra'.ns leave WostPointat 8.60a.n>. and ?.;*ip.
111. Kor furtber lnformation apply to
W. C. Fitzuuuh, Prop'r.
To trk llEAr.?A rich lady, curod of her
.l.aln. .s> an.l noist-a in tbe hea.l tiy l>r. Nichot
mii's Artiticial Kar Oruiua, irave flO,UUUn> !us
I nstit ut?\ so ttiat tleat |xs>ple unablo to imi
eurr the Kar Druins iiiuv ln?\ ?? ihein fiee.
A.l.lr. aa No. lStts l he NU-hoIaon Institure, 7?0
Klghth Avenue, Now Vork.
Don't ToUeco Spit aud SmoU Tonr I.lfc An?y.
To quit tobacco easlly and forcver. be majf
nttic. full of Ufe, nervo and viiror, take No-To
11:10, the wom'.ir woil;< r, that niakes weak meo
strong. All drugBista, Wc oi-ai. CureKuaraa
teed. Booklct and sample frce. Addrcss
Sterllng Iiemedy Co, Chicago or New York.
A.lvertlsements In tbis colunfn inseite.l at
Noeataper Uaaaaoh laaarttaa when for lea*
thnua nioiuli. For a montb or more, at rt>K
ular ineaM.i.'.i rates.
TO BJSLL?A very goo.l road mare,
seven years ol.l. Apply to
It. O. 1Jk\nkv MUkimon, Va.
TO RENT.?Anyone deahingto rent
house and farm of 12 acrea, including
nice orebard, can do so by cortespond
ing with W. O. Doggett, Wicomico
TO BUY?Oak and Chestnut Bail
road Ties; also I'oplar VVood. Parties
having same for sale may tind it to their
interest tocorrespond with W. O. Beane,
Miskhnon, Northumberland County, Va.
TO SELL?We have for sale one
huudred br.rrels round feeed potatoe*.
Send in your orders early.
Tiib Tuli. Oystkr CoueANY.
TOSBLLOR TBADE?A good old
farm mare to sell cbeap; or will trade for
good fresb cow. Have eggs from genu
inc l'ckin ducks to sell ai lifty cents per
setting. P. Kii.skov.
WOOD AND TIES WANTED.
20,000 cords Poplar Wood and 80,000
Chestnut Ties wauled. Delivered eitber
nn sbore or vcssel. Advance payroenta
mide if satihfactory arrangcmenta can
bc made. Jas. M. Sti uits,
Olenns, (Jloucester Co., Va.
OUR FALL AND WlfMTER STOCK
IS NOW CQMPLETE.
Iu our 50 years of baaiaeaa life are have iu-\er shown such a
large and attractive assortnieiit. Everything in thc way of cloth
mg for meu or boys can be found hJre. We iimutifacture our
owu clothingand make and trini tluiu in the verv best manner
and sell at the Vkky lowest prices. We have
Suits and Overcoats from .$."> to }k2.*?.
Uoys? Suita aud Overcoats from jfU.r.O U? $10
Suits aud OvercoatH to order troui $10 m?.
Trousera to ordcr from #:$ up.
We guaranlce every purcbase
and cheerfully refund moncy for
any fault of ours.
Tailor? ai | Clothiers.
428 S. Broadway, BALTIMORE, MD.
C. A. 13ASH & SO
21, 23 and 25 Ailantic St.,
DO YOU NEED A COCK STOVE7
OU CAN get a No 7 Stove with 41 pieces of ware, for $10
from Stoffregen's Stove House.
He makes a Speeialty of the Sheet Iron Heaters, a late and improved
patent, saving half the fuel ordinarily used for beating purposes. Ordera
for Tin Work, Guttering, etc, from country will rcceive prompt attention
and prices guarantceu as low as any house in the State. Mail orders solicited
STOFFREGEN'S STOVE HOUSE,
Rubber Stamps, . . .
Stencils, Seals, <fec.,
And everything in this line. . .
FINE WEDDPNC INVITATIONS.
R. A. KISHPAUGH, StSS