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B?T. (.'. K. JAMB8, Paator.
trrington, First and Thlrd SuiiUhvk. 11 A. M.
Bacoad and Fourth Sundaya. ni>rbt.
- Prayer meetlna- Wedncaday ulKht*.
WhlteSr- ??. Kuot an.l Thlrd Sundmyn.
__ Becond aud Fourth 8undaya,UA.M.
Fleat's laiand, Bamoad Bttadar, > P. a.
_ Thlrd Sunday night.
Poplar Neck. Fourth Sunday, 3 P. M
B?v. F. W. CbATBKOOK. Pastor.
rlratand ii.t.i Sundaya, 8 p. M.
?r.L iPreaebJniror Prayer rueetina).
WHeurnteo. Hrat an-l Thu.i Sundaya, il \. M
KJlfrnarnovk. Sccond aud Xeurth s'uuuayv, U
Blulff Point ChaiVl. Fourth Sunday 7UW P. M.
hkt. o. y. ukaui.it. Naaar.
Wlilte&toua. First aud Thlrd Sunday* at II
/ A. M.: "?v. .ul hiii r-.xiMti Suu
# daj i 8 i>. iu.
Flfceta Islan.l. .???.-.. n! an.l Kourth Sur
/ II \. M.; Him aud Tuirvi Sui.
/ days ?> ii. m.
J riBigi ibbiob
Wkct. bl l. waiton, raaaaa
, eenss. Seeoud snd Fourth Suudays 11 A M
aud taa P. M.
M KTHODIST J'HOTKSTANT.
Ktv. J. 07. Pahis. Paator.
iti.l Third SutKlays at 3M P.
M.; Sevood aud Fourth Sundays .u
fcmyriia Fir*t and Thlrd Boadaya at 11 A. M.
fraiupson's wimrr. BoBool Bouaa, Baeooaaad
Foiinh Bondavaai j.m p. ai.
But. 8a umui u. Miooo. haaur.
WhltoChapeL. FitataadTldid BauadUraJI A M.
irimty, Fu-at and Tluni Buodaya, ; i\ m
Fourth Sunday, n A. M."
Orace, Seeoud Sunday, 11 .\. M . Kourth Sun
<lay. ? I . M.
1". L. W.?Kn?T, K.lllor Loc*!t.>rrcs|>..intciii.-.
\ oiiimimientlona eliould he nrldressed to
the \ iruiki* i n i/.i n. IrvUurum, Va,
I Kirkuiyer is in Baltimore this
ste.nr. r CBumageahe barbored here
Miss Beralea Bowe laflthla week fora
fottuighl's stay yi Baltimore.
I '.ov.-ir- P.i-. in ItiM-i-t P..V.-.1.-, BOT ttios,
lleus and l?ed butts. '0c,
News reaches here that Mi*? Maud
Lelaod is quitc sick in liichmnml.
Jitumy Wilkv. who is working in
Baltimore, spent tLe pagt week here.
Ladies' Aid Society Monday ni-ht at
tha home of Mrs L H. Irvlug.
Mrs. E. T. Gcorge and ehildren have
returned from ai visit to rclativos in
StaBord county. I
St??|?a t li.- (ourIi |ati Wiirk. off t lu- (nlil.
baxatlra BrauM Talatos TaBatJa auis acoi.i
meueeaa*. auOytu,ueiur. phm moatna.
Mrs. II. E. BwmMtaaa and little son, of
Anti-ltapp, spent several days b's waah
wiih lui xieter. Mrs. Annie Bussells.
?I. W. o. BBefjheaa, aneuaaluaal me:
chant of Wicoiniro Churcb, was here
this week on his way to Baltimore.
I'.i i-autious; bc proviileut; and insurc
your propertj Ia tba Nonbera Baofe
Mutual Firc Association. IrviiiRton, Va.
Ooga. W, i. Hmaaak, who has been ?
id bealth for some month.-., left f>T Balti
aaata Monday t<> aaamrgo ? amdmal ex
JfooHag of Lnama' Paraoaaga aVtd So
cicty of this cirtuit was (juite well at
T?? t'IKK 0 Ct?l.l> IN <>m; |> \\
Take Laaaviiva Braaao oaauBm laaaala. ah
druotata rVfund tii<- mom > II M fatlt tocura.
K. W . ?;11.\.?'-. ni^iuit uri- l? on eaeh Ik>.\. l'.">. .
A long-distauce 'phone has been
plaaad in tbe Cbesapeake Aeadcmy and
BOaaOOttOO made with the Irviogtou,
WaaaBtoao an.l Omaa line.
Bwaaa. Baaaaaaado and Tomniino
aaaaaaaaad patethag the new cciiiuK in
tbe Methodmt OhOVOh this week Serviees
wiii be taaaaaod tharo Baadey.
Kocournxr n?ime aaataygrwa an.l buy your
.umix'r of W. H. Jeaae, Litwalton, fannaartsr
Ot>, Matenal the baat, |irlo?>a low. (mk Ireinhta
Oyster iBOpQBlOI Ar.liie E. Se^ar, of
Middlesex, accompanicd by Messrs.
laaaa 0. Baram aad EL W Gariand,
were iu our village W'cdnesday.
Membcrs af lrrlugtoa [?odga, ] 0 0
F , are urgently WOJOOOlod Ia nltend the
nieeting on Tucsday night next as there
is inueh bitsiness of lmportance lo
v.mi eaa aaa prave aaMMuueum m aoaea
artlclea In irraniU an.l marbla cheaper irom
I'.-trtrlL-ht .v l>avis. Kredeiiokaburff, becauae
tin- utiartira ara rtaul taare. Ordera lafl with
ti><- \ii;..im\ Crrtssn arlU t><- torwardad
The infant of Dr. and Mrs. I. M.
Irving has been ?iuite sick. Dr. Newbill
is attending it, owing to Dr. Irvini^'s
just recovering from a severu spell liim
M H Kate (iuntherneeivedtemporary
injurics by falllng out of a road-cart and
wheel going over her in front of W. O.
Ashburn's storc last week. Tho reins
broke and tlie horse became unmanage
Vou a-suiiie ik. riak when vou buy Cham
tM-i-iaiti'a Colto, t'liolera and Diarihica Hom
?<?!>. T. j. wniiiiK 0 t'o., Irvtnjton; o. W.
San.lers, Whlto Stone. or W. H. Hai.ln.?.
A Bro., W'.cnis, wtll refund your money ii
yoti arunot Hitti^tle.l nl'ter ualiiKit. It ise\.r\
where adtnltiod to bo th? rooat Huceeastul
reniedy in use tor bowel eomniainta and tl e
only one t hat n?\ er lails. It ia pleasant, salc
Fred L. vVagner will be at Heathsville
next Monday (court day) representiug
the Viiwima CiTi7.KU, Frederickahurg
/'/<( r.anaa, I.ancaster National Bank,
and the Norihern Neck Mutual Fire
Irvlngtoniana are pleased to receive
Mrs. .1. F. Betlows and fumily as reai
denls diiring the winter. Capt. Bellowi
has dOmMlul ihein at the Chesapeake
Academy, where his live ehildren will
"1 wisli tO evereas mj t liniiK> to I be aWBU
facturera ..i Caaiabarktla\iCulic, Chokwa and
Diarrli.i i Heni.-.1>, to. huvin* pui ..n tln
inarket sueli a woiiderlui me.iii-ine." ?-.t\- W
W. MasainKill, ot lhauinont, Te?aa. There
ure many thousands ..t aaotbara aaoae oair
drea have th-en aa\ e.l trom attaekaor dyaeu
tery au.i eholera liilaiituui who must m|so fe. 1
tlianktul. It ia tor sale by T. .1. WUHdk & Co.,
imiiKioii; i.. w. Baadafa, wnitc stone; W.
M. HaidiUK A; Bro,. W'eems.
Miss Mlanie Long, daughter of Jesse
S. Long, formerly of Irvington, was
married on Septeinber 17th iu Norfolk
to a Mr. Taylor.a young business man of
that cily. Those in atteudance pro
nounced her one of the prettiest brides
they had ever seen.
To be surejthere is a chan?re Bj most <<\ ?i->
tliwiK. eveu tho aeasons. and I near the bot
tom rail has KOtten on top at the .>!?! stand, ao
KO thero and be eonvinced of the chsnjre, and
k< t x\ hat joo, need in tlie way of g-ood thlnirs
to ent and wear. Thoie's m> 1iiiih1.uk in that
store and you're sure to get (tood weight and
fair prices, but :n>t under coat, at
T. J. ilATDON .t Mow, Irvinicton, Va.
Latc arrivala at the Irvington Beach:
.las. Street, M. S. Stringfellow, wife and
tlaughter, J. E. Nelms, Thos. Ball, Mr.
Hesso, S. L. King. K. II. Brown, Chas.
Bray, Mr. Kilchenberger, Jos.Enos, Capt.
Farinholt, 1*. K. Bauman, Mr. and Mrs.
Fleming, Atherall Hudnall, Chaa.l C.
Rowlett, Jog. Palmcr, B. A. TaliaferVo.
J. S. Tbomaa. ,
Visitora aeen here receutly: M. J.
Barnett, WUlie Cox. T. S. Brent, (.Jeo.
W. Harper.il. 8. Paaqulth. 0. L. Bibbtns.
T. 8. Croasdalc, Willle Lee, Jr., Missts
Cristobel Yerby and Victo'la Stilwel!.
C B. Broan, J. A. Paliuer, Jr., W !>
Williaais, Capt W. p. Malleu. 0. 0.
SHrling, K. D. Carter, Misses Fannie
Ohaaa and tlaaale Carter, Frank Oaaae,
on th* 10th <-r l??xruitHT. |SJ?7, u-\. S. A.
Donahoo. naator M. K. Chureh, Mouth. ft.
1 Um^ant. W. Vh., c-utra'l.-.| i s.v.-.o c >l?i
wlikii was atteoued t>. m tbe iH>KtmilriK '?*
? roiiKlimv. M.-saM-: "After rasortina
to a nuiutH'i- oT s?. eatled Ki-.i-ttUs,' usiial'n
? ?he bouae, to ihi purpuae. I i>n>euaaed
a lx>til?< ot I'hj nsiH'i lain's ? ow?h Semedr,
whleb note.1 liLe u eliHMii. i ' <?s| <h. ii ;>i:\
n-f.inini.Mi.l It n? tlie piiiilie." K.n ? sa ?? b\ T.
.1. UiUluir & l'?., I v iiiki "ti: (J. W. Sandere.
walwaa a*; ar. .?. >i rdina .v Hi?>? wteem
t'AUUIITON I'tlK KLY.
aan R. B Kaaala rataraad laai Baftar.
day tohts home in Westmorelaml t'rom a
two weeks* stay with relatives ia North
Tha niany frtaaaa al J a Rlee, of
Haalhavllta, aiUbe plaaaed to laarathal
after staudinn a eeaaaattllva aaaaaiBa
tiou, he has been appointed to the po.d
tiou of aaatataat phjaletaate l>r Beee>
aaaeaer, Profaaaui' ot Ohalralrha nm!
Qyaaaaaloay ia lha ITinpaaaaij at the
Cniversity ..f Vh. Thts is Mr Rlce'l
last session at that loatitailoa, :ind lu
was fartaaata la aeearhaa. ?? poa
akareka will gala so mueh al lha prao
tical kaowladga <>f his profaaatoa.
Steppctl Itito Live Couls.
"When a child I buitu-d aay foot
frfccktfally," arrltaaW.R. Bada,ofjoaaa
ville, Vh., "nhirh BBBBad honible 1.,:
ioti i foi M yeaia, but Baeklea'a Araica
Balra akolly caaad aaa after erarvthiog
aha failed " lafaJUhla for Boraa,
Bcalda, Cata, Soroa, 3reiees aad Piles.
Soid by T .! Hayttoa 4a 8oa [tvhaatoa;
L l> Btooabaaa, Molaak; T C l
Mrs. tfariaa Loaearoitk rataraad
Sunday from Norfolk where she has
been the past two aaata. Her sister,
Miss Minnie Long, was married last
week in that city.
Capt. Tom Williams has been quite
sick the past week.
We regrct to part with the wifc and
ehildren of Capt. J. F. Balloara who
BBVa moved to your village for the
Rev. Mr. WaltOfl will hold servires
next Sunday at Weems, also Friday ">th
and Tuesday Bth iostead of the regular
aaaoad Sunday on account or Dr. Mack,
of Norfolk, holdiug a serics of meetin^s
at Baaaraa, aaaaaaraeaag aaaoad Sunday.
*W. A. Damcion iittended the*burial
of his uoclc, Lewis VV. Courtney, at
naarlaraoai church, near Oaaa, on
"Dick" Rolls is clcrking for Chanee
Oaaatj Ohalraaaa w. B. Samicrs was
here this week rcvicwing lha political
.linuuic Chowning, of Merry Point, re?
turned reeentiv from a trip to Baltimore.
Mrs. Oaaa. faharaolfoad. of Otteaaaa,
was also a visitor :u that city a short
Miss Mary Gresham, of "Plain Vicw,"
isteaehing in the home of our geni.il
frieiid. lao Taaeeett.
The Whitehouse Creek PBBttO BDhOOl
Oaaael on the lst. Miss Irene Blake
inorc will be the instructor of this school
Miss Marlan I. Towles returned aa Sat
urday lust frotn a visit to the Monumen
Much ajaaaaathy Is felt for Mr aud
Mrs. QaO K MeKennty ln tbe IBOaal
hiss by deatb of Uuir Btlfhl little boy,
Qaarge Bahooeh Meataaaey. The little
fellow was tuken suddeuly ill and BOB*
Itaaad so for Beveral ilays when tta little
ayaa eloaad ia daath aadltelitlla bearl
eaaaed to beat. The hpirit had goae la
baartlhOod. Tha barial look ptaea Ia
Ihe family huiying ground last Friday
afteraOOB aud was condueted l.y Rev. J.
0. Babcock. "Is it well with the okttdl
it ia well." | KlaajaexM
.Ino. S. Davenport, or Lara, is qelUUI
with iBBBBMBBlloa Of the stomaeh. .1. lf.
Davenpori.ot ihis place,after being with
hi- father aii day on last Monday, was
hnstily raoalhad that night about I o'clock,
so precarioua was the coudition or his
ratiier. Mr. Davenport was taken t.>
Baltimore Tueaday for surgical treat
ment. He waa accompauied by Dr. L.
Miss .Julnt Chillon left Wednesday for
Buckingham eounty, where she gof-s to
take charge of a school. Miss Julia was
selected as teacher for Lively sehool, but
later on received a school more to her
liking. We wish her success.
Protracted meeting began Wednesday
night at the Baptist church and will con
tinue all next week. Rev.tJ. Y. Bradley
is assisted by Rev. T. S. Dunaway, of
Mr. Schwartzman is in Baltimore this
week. On his return be will biing his
brotber and family here to reside perma
neutly. They will ocenpy the residence
i?f Mrs. D. J. Beauchamp.
Mih. Lula Dunaway, Miss Zana Wil?
liams, .1. B. Mclvenney and Clarence
Walkerarc in the'Monumeutal city this
Ohaa. A. Sbelton, of this village, and
R. A. Treakle, of Treakles, each lost a
luie horse last week.
Mr.and Mrs. Criedler, wuo huve been
visiting in the family or H. 1). McNamara,
rataraad aa their koaae la Baltimore
The public sehools of this sectiou, both
white aud colored, opened Monday with
a full roll.
Those on the sick list are: Mrs. G. R.
Dunton, Mis. Robert Longworth, Mon
Longworth aud Buck Oliver.
J. II. Elliott left Tuesday for Baltimore
where he went to secure a situatioo.
Miss Vaughan, of King ft Queeu, has
been appointed as teacher for the Anti
Rapp public school.
Miss Eftie Hathaway, who has been
visiting friends in the Burg tbe past
month, returned home Friday.
There was a meeting of the White
Stonc District School Board here Monday
morning to straighten up affairs. Dr.
W. M. Kirk has been appointed a mem?
ber of the Board in the place of Roscoe
C. W. Hubbard W113 in Norfolk the past
TIMBKK AND LAND FOR SALK.
Will sell part or all of timber and
land of the Taylor'a Creek Tract, Lan
caater eounty, the property of James II.
Also 10 acre tract on Tabbs Creek,
Lancaster eounty. with keeBe, w<aa
Bclaowa tt Bqalraa faetory.
W. McDonald Laa.
REHOBOTH i'HlIK li.
Miss l^aura Chiltou, of taaaoi
Courthouse, arrived Monday and
OBfaed the public school here with
a lari;e enrolluient. Miss (Jbilton
will l> tha home of Dr. F. A.
T. C. l>!and,our hustling nrerchaut,
is iu Baltimore th:s v.cek purchasing
his f.-ill stock. T\\ii.it;HT.
IH-ath ol'.l. S. l>nveii|?ort.
A tolegram from Baltimore vester
day aunounces that Mr. j'no. S.
I ?a\* nporl.of Davenpot FsStore ( Lara
F. O.), Noi thumberland eounty, died
iu that city while undergoing a
His retnains will arrive at his home
to-day tor burial.
DKATH OF MK. COl ItTMOY.
It becomes my painful duty to re
port to you the aeath ol a hooocad
cti/.en, Mr. Lewia W. Cottrtney. who
passed away on the night of Sept 36th
at his residence ai Mundy's Foint,
Va. Mr. Court my was one of our
beat business men, always ?BflCiraaflll.
aad had bal lately ealarged his en
terpriava. Hia loae will i>e aerioae*
ly felt in business otrelea. lle
arai one of our best citizeus, f ulfilling
all tbe relataoaa that that teran in
volves. lle arai no less faithfnl and
proaaiaeal aa a Chnstiun aad was ?
aealoua bm mber of the M. H. church.
Sonth. I!.- will begreaUjraiaaedin
ohnrch mattera ll ? had reeently
d throegh a revival meeting at
his place of worahip, Beaderaoa, aad
many can te.stify to his aeal and lidel
ity as a ciiurch worker.
He will be Biiaaed in his coni
munity?a good ncighbor, u kind
Friend, alwaya readj to relieve want
or sutTeriug. Many will rise np in
that day aud call him bleeaed.
As to hia home lift, any one who
has aeeo him there or shared his hos
pitality, will kuow how well he met
all tbeaaored nnd fond obligatiousof
the domestic circle. lle was foitu
aate ia reoeoUy haviag had all hia
family aronnd him, they having come
from difterenl qoartcra, one from the
far South, to resl for a while Btxtor
the pareatal roof-tree. They will
aadly miss him.
llis bealth had not beea good for
the last year or more BO that his deatb.
was not altogether aaezpeoteU, al
though he paaaed away suddenly.
Just one week before his aeath he wit
aeaBed Ihe aaarriage of adaughter,now
Mrs. A.K. Oralle, aadwaaaetivelyen
gaged in business atlairs Bt the time
when heart disease carried him off.
The funeral services were held on
Friday aftOfBOOB and w? re coutlucted
by hia pastor, Rev. W. <;. ilammoiHl,
and Ber. vYilbar 1". Davis. He was
baried with hfaaonirj oereaaooiea and
w.is a hiarhly eateeeaed narmbor of that
order. The BVOWd that gathercd at
the house and church was.simply itn
nionse. aud manv more wouUl doubt
less have been there but for the heavy
and eontinuous rain3.
His last boara aere fnll of aaffer
ing, but hia mituiwas peaceful. II*
expreesed his readiness and will
iugness to depart. lle was buried at
BaQUinoAT ix Paob.
K1NI8TBBbV ani> LATMBlTfi
The meeting this year met
with Coan Baptist church. It
was not called to order until
10:80 o'clock Friday, on account
of the rain, which caused many
of the brethrea to ba laaa u
arriviug. The honored moderator of
the Sunday School Convention was
unaniniously ohoatB moderator of
the Miuisters'and Laymeti's Institute.
After a ser\i.v of song Dr. TboB. S.
Dunaway, of Frederieksburg, read
tha K?;5rd Fsalm. intersper.sing the
readiag with oomment, and farther
indulged in sotne pleasing reminis
cences to the conifort and joy of all
It was thoaaht best to elect a per
inin ntclerk so that the proceedings
of the body inight be preserved on
record; so upon motion of Dr. Qeo,
W. Beale, brotber John L. Beale was
Following the readingof the essay
on "Family Worship," by R. Fuller
Hutiton, a great nuinber of the
brethrea gave tBteveetiag talks and
pleasing experiences. Dr. Dunaway,
Bev. F. Ii. Kaymond and James M.
Booth, our genial aud ellicientcounty
Iroaaorer, were aaaoag the brethrea
who furaiehed interesting talks. We
failed to say that the moderator, Rev.
l.obert Williamson, prior to the read
ing of t he essay ahove nanied, favored
the body with souie reininiscences of
The subject asaigned to Rev. W.
K. Wright asessayist?"The OHiceof
Deacon.It's scriptural authority and
intent"?was well discussed by F.
\Y. Olavbrook, A. 1). Itoynohia. Dr.
T. S. Dunaway aud others. "The
Kelation of Church afembera to The
Sunday School," by Joho L. Beale,
was Baked to be published in tract
forui and distributed aniong the
church niembers in the varioua tields
within the bounds of the Institute.
Kev. P. B. Riymond asked for 125
oopiea to distnbute among his niem?
bers iu Ifathewa eounty.
Sunday morning the Institute was
called to order at K>:o0 o'clock. The
devotional service was opened with
song, Bev. (>". Y. Bradley read the
2-Hdi Fsalm and prayer was offered by
Rev. Biehard Edwarda.
A very able essay was t hen read by
(liles F. Kubank ou "Is the spirit of
Reverence declming in our religious
gatherings?" The negative side was
taken by the essayist. In the dis
cussions, however, the brethren
were somewhatdivided, sonietalking
opposite grounds from that taken in
the essay, but for the niost part con
curring ia the spirit of the essay.
After the diacussion, the hour of
12 having arrived, Dr. T. S. Duna?
way delivered a tnost stirring aud able
address on Missions. This duty had
been assigned to Uev. C. J. Thomp
8on, lield secretary of the State
Missiou Board of Yirginia.
After the intermission for dinner,
Rev. Richard Kdwards filled the part
assigned him onthe programme, and
preached on Christian Baptism from
Matl.ew l'.'i'vS?MSoye thereforeand
teach all nations, baptistng them in
the nanie of the Father and of the
Son and of the Holy Ghost,"
Bro. John Curlett being absent
there was no essay on the fifth sub?
ject of the programme?"The rela
tion of the oldet ohrtreh members to
the young niembers." The subject,
how?ver, waa well aired by brothera
<J. Y. Bradley, James M. Booth, F.
W. Claybrook, Bobt. Williamson,
Richard Fdwards, K. Fuller Hunton
and John I* Beale. The Institute
adjonrned with prayer bv Kev. YY.
There has never lavn held a tuore
hitetvsting and protitahle OVOOloa al
this InstitiHe. The BtUBBaBOf of 1>'.
Thos. S. Dunawav and hV*. F. B.
aaayaaoad eoutributed a great dtal to
the dignity and interest of the
llospitality aaanpea hanoVad,oami
acteristic of the Ouaa people, hihI ?>
were assigned BI such BaOB, gOAOl
homes. We couldn't help a&kinjj the
blessings of Heavt-n upon IBOObUoob
people. B IVi.i.kk Hpnton.
Statk or-OHio. Citt or Tolkdo. .
I l .? \ COtTMTT. ? ?
' iamk J l >? i v > -i aaakaa ? ath that h?> l? th>
?eniorparta.i ihe Braaol F. .1 Cuaaral v
? ?>., <ioit,k. baatoeaa Ui the Ultj ol roledo
County aad state at.-i reaid, and that sai.i t;i m
wiii pav tue auni of Og B HCNDBBD DOI
l..\ BB lor eaeh arul e\et v ease wf liitarrli that
oannol be cured by tlie aaa <>t Hai.i.'s
C V I \llllll Ct IIK.
FKANK J. CHgaiBT.
Bworn to before me aad subseruied in na?
pn teoca, tBtoath day or Deoeaiber, A. i>. Itsm.
I - ? > A. W. tJLBASON.
?<-}? Wafra <*uW.c.
itaiPs Uatarrh Cutaafa tak^n BjawueUj and
iletx .fueelly oil the blood and DBIMMXM Slir
taeeaol ttaa ayveaa. Beod for teatlmunlaBi,
"??''? V. J. ClIKNKY 0 Cl... Tni.-.lo. O.
Solil by DrUiTKlsta, I5c.
HtillV Famiiy I'iIIuhu- tlie bosi.
Liasfcj F. Stnitb, Btga I l laun and tbe
bldeat daaghtet nf ffickaoa Sinub, dtod
last W/odeeaday moralng aflec h lin^er
Ing siekeem of oouaumption.
Bamael W lader aud <Hrrie Cempbell
were mairied at Mt. Vernon Haptist
church on Thnrs-!ay iiiiMitof last week,
tter. L. R. Ball oaBcialfeg.
F. A. Wright and l?. w. Warriegtoa
were in Washington last week attendlng
tbeOraad LodgO of Qood SaniariUns.
Baa. Dualel Tuekaff relurued aoaaa
laat fmtarday, after a BBaath'a rooatloa.
Charles Sydnor, waiter at Irvington
Boaeh, is very sick at Hus wriiuig.
H. II. Holuks.
A Fiemlish Attack.
An attaofe was lately made on C. F.
Collier, ot Cherokee, Iowh. lhat neulv
proved fatal. It eame throuyh his kid
neys. His buoh got so lame. In- r -tild
1101 ttoop without ?reat petu, nor sit in
a ehuiff except propped byeaahloaa. No
remedy heiped him umii he tried Elcc
tric Bitters which effected such a WOB*
derful ebaage ihai he wriies ho Eoam
like a new man. This marvelous tmili
eine cerea baeauebe and ki<im-v irouble.
poriftea Ihe bfaed and bulrda up roui
aealtl OalyftOeatT.J Raydou4k8oa,
[nrlagtou; L D Ntunehaaa, Bolaafc; T
1 ; md, R< bobota Ubareh.
The .-? ries of nigjhl nieetings, which
were to bngio Ihe lir.-t Bnaday in
October at the Preshyterian church,
have been paotpoaad until tlie follow
in^ Wednooday atght, October 10th.
()ur paator, Mr. fraJtom, aHl pnooh.
beginning Wedaeada| night, natil
the sjecond Banday BBarnlBg, and
?Mr. htax, of Norfolk, will nrrive
011 the Sunday BBOralBg steatnor and
preaeh the reniaibder of the wei k at
alayaard lleadley. llerbert Mc
Naniara and Atwi'll C'oatea have
eiitend the Kariihaiu Academv.
Mra. W. H. Cook aud fatnily are
Ipending this week with relatives
Miss Vergra Kock, of Faruham,
has aceepted ;? position as ^..-venu ?s
in thefatnilv of Capt. W. Z. Meekins.
Roger Lewis and wife, of Waoh
iugton, visited relatives in the village
last week. I,. j$.
l'uhlic 8chools will OpOB in this
district Monday October l.'ith. The
following teachers have been appoiut
ed for the district: Farnhani, K.
W. Hatiks; School No. 0, Miss Lela
Settlc; Liberty Hill, Miaa Agnes Sis
son; Dotp Bottom, Ii. U. Church
weli: Dowaiaga K. 1>. Paaja.
\V. B. (Jeorge, who hashadcharge
of K. 1*. Kicc's farin for about twelve
years. has given it up tq W. A. Sitrt
mons. Mr. (Jeorge expects to go into
t'-o tishing and oyatering busiuesa.
Farmera are buey gettingready for
Pmak ISimmons, who has been
staying with his brother, W. A. Sim
mon8, for about three months, re?
turned to Newport News last Tues
dav, where he has a eituation.
Thomas E. Saudy is shingling Dr.
U (x. M^itchell's oflice.
Woodley Blackwell was iu Balti?
more last week purchasing hia fall
Charles li. Bryant was in b'reder
ericksburg last Thursday on busiuess.
The ehildren uround here are
dreading the idea of being vacciuated
as school is nearly here. I tell you,
my frieiids, an education should
he gotten, eveu if oue baa to
endure a sore arm for three or
f jur days, so have your childrtu vac
Corn crops in this section are very
good, considering the dry gummer.
Church meeting at Farnhani
church ISaturday next at eleveu a. m.
Mrs. lda Wolf, of Baltimore, who
has been visiting Mr. und Mrs. Ad
dison lleadley, near Nuttsville, re?
turned to Baltimore last Thursday.
Iiight many mud shod have been
caught in neta at B. P. Bryant'smill
Some one visited the hen honse of
Mrs. T. E. Sandy and took eleven
ehieaeaa one night last week.
Misses Maggie and Mirtie Itice re?
turned to Baltimore last Thursday.
Why is it there are no sign boards
in this district, and Northumberland
has one at every fork of the road? I
do think that Farnhani districtought
to think over this matter and instruct
the road contractors to put them here'
Waiter P. Bryant, L. T. Book'
popular clerk, has been suffenn^,
with chiils, in consequence of which
he has uot been oble to atteud to his
.lohn M. Lyell has not been rnn
ning his canuery regularly owing to
the scarcity of tomatoes. Uozal.
Kurinir the winter of 181C Mr. James Kee.l,
ooa ol taa laadlna eitiKonaand mercuanta of
t'lay, Clay Oo.. W. Va., struck hia leKajrainnt
a aaaa of lce in such a manuer aa to bnuse it
-?vei.lv. It beeuint- \erv inuch awollou and
patned him ao badlv tl.at h? .-nulj not walk
without the aid of crutche*. He waa tr.-?i<-<!
by |>hyaiclann, alao ua??d several kindaof liui
ineiit and two aud a half naliona of whlaky- in
lutleiiK it. but nothinH* ffavo any rellef until
he Baaaa aauaf CaatambacBuja'a Pam| iiaiin.
Tbta bi-oi.irht ulinost a i-oui|ilete . or.- In a
areekatlma and he bettevea that aadBeaot
use.i ibia re111e.lv his le? would havo had aO ba
amputated. Pala itaim ia unenuuied t..r
sprams, briiiai s and rheuinatiani. For sate
byT, .1. WillinK ?* Co.. IrvInKto.i; Oeo. W.
Sandere, Whlto Stone; W. H. HardiuK A. l?r<>.,
Bon't Care a Hoot.
If Kepnblicans are apathetic over
confldeuce is not the only possible
canse of thtir apathy. Inatead of
being too confident that McKinley
will win there is good reason- to
believe thataconsiderable percentuge
of them don't care a hoot wheth. r
McKinley wins or not.?rorthtnd
. 1 rrjus.
Soturthio* Cnrloo* Prmu ftlaltm.
Evijry one who haa visitod Malta ia
ftruek by tbe curious hood worn bv
every native woman and fenialo cbild.
This is known aa tho fald- tta. It ia
niade of olack eilk. stiflcncd with
whalebone, and, necording to tbo side
of the bead ou vbioh it is woro. pro
claims wbether its wuarer is murriod
Tho origin of this ganneut ia very
curious. It issaid that when tbe Frouch.
at the beginmug of the eeiuury, BBJ ro
iu BaaaaaaaB of tho isiaud ti ? wtaaaa
wero submittod by them to such iudig
mties that they wero orderod by their
priesta to woar tho faldetta, or hood of
BBBBBBj 'or a period of 100 years.
This period will soon elapjo, aud it
is a snbjeet for Hpoculation whctlmr tbo
nativcs will eaawaaawaaa aha Baaaataa or
not. As baa hnppcuod in other iu
etaucos, what was onco iuflicted as a
pemuice orpanishmont is nuwregarded
as an bonorablo distinotion.
Ormvfdlaclna In Wn,.
"It was tho gravo digging," says a
soldiur quotod by tho Worceator Ga
zette, "that broko down many of the
boya. Notbiug oould be more dishoart
ening than to take tbe body of a doad
coiurado out nnd light off tho buzaards
whilo digging tho gravo. It is bad
euongh to hear the eartb rattlo down
on tho top of a coflin coutaiuiog the
fonn of a coturade, bat it is shocking to
put an uneoffinud form into the gronud
aud pilo the dirt ou top of it. Tho mon
detailod for barials were easily dis
heartened, and tbe soldior who lost
hrBrt was a eaudidato for an early
"Wnlklng nlong the Kidownlk In a
business str?et the other day." said
Mr. Qltaahy, "I read on one of those
A BhBBed sik'iis stauding on the cdge
of rhe walk thla inscrlption, done In
" 'Speclnl Velveteen KhWBB, 10 Cent8
"I didn't look up to see. but I sup
Baaa tbe slcn aaaat have l>eeu in front
of aOBaB cundy store. and tbat velve?
teen kistios are enndy. I found aa I
Waaal aaaag that the sign had Impressed
Baa Bajraaahty. Tbe leea of kiases waa
good, of velveteen klssos better stlll
and of velveteen klsses nt IV) eenta a
pound BBBt of all."?New York Sun.
Banker Kimts a Hohher.
?T B, GarrisoD. Cashlcr of the bank of
Thornville, Ohio. had been robbQd of
kealtk by aaarloaa haae iroahle until he
tried Dr. KingsNew Discovory ror Con?
sumption; tlieu ka wrote: 'Tt is the best
mediciuc 1 ever used for a severc cold or
abadaaaaofhaai trouble. I always keep
h bottle on hand." Don't sulTtr with
Coaajha, Oatda, or any Tbroat, Chest or
Lunc trouble when you can becured so
eaaila. OahrSBa Rnd ti on. TrUl bot
tles free at t. .1. Hay.lou i So.i, Irving?
ton; L, I>. Stoneham, Molusk;T. C. Bland,
A I.uokj Tottiifcvtrr.
A short tiuie ago a young woman
hailing from the Buckie (Bnnftshire)
distriet gave birth to n fme. healthy
boy in one of the wooden huts belong
ing to a curing stntion on the isiaud of
Balta. ono of the far distant Shctland
gronp. Thi* is the first baby to ba born
ontboislnnd in more than 200 yoars.
The yaaaaaaar has i>een aaraBhaaad Balta
Graddaa Poi?-on. and the laird of the is?
iaud hss aaaJkaaaai the ateahar a eaaaah
for ?25. Tho fortnnate little stranger
has also haBB ninde tho recipient of
several hundred silver coinsof therealm
from visitors. wlw. eume from all port-s
to seo the jouiik reeord breakor.
M?-flll Sll llllll.-r*.
This story of tho latest eonfidenaa
arhenio for flcocing the nnsophtHticated
farmer is goinf the rounds. A man
wbo repreeena* hiuu<elf as a traveling'
preacher calls and a5ks to remain over
nlght. Before the honr for retiring a
young man and woman come along and
usk if there is not a minister in the
houso who can perform a innrriago
cerernony. Of course there is. The
yonng conplo joln hands. and tho farm?
er and his wifo are asked to ?ign tho
marriago cortificste as witnesaea. Tho
e. rtiticat<> afterward turna up us a
W'?rL.nl It to thr l.tinlf.
Ti n years ago Lonis ii. CK>t1man
aent in d.bt to buy a farin of 125 acres
in Marion connty, Mo, He rofusod all
attompts to !?.>ll hiiu nioro land, bnt
carcfnlly cultivated overy foot he had
aaoapl what ho aaad for BaaBaaa. He is
now ont of dobt.. has bnilt a fl.ooo
barn and reeently mado a trip with his
family to Europe. Ho attributes hia re-.
markablo snccesa toutilizing toits fnll-'
est capacity what he possesaotl withont
tryiug to overdo tho thing.
Oae Mvrlt of ('.mlllnria.
The BWeen of Italy owns a lace
bandkerehlef tluit Is worth BBB,BB|
One ulee thing BBBBl BBBh B hnndker '
cbief is that the aa001 is imi llkelj
to keep forever aaklnn h.-r huabaad to
carry It lu his pocket.--Chicago Tluiea
A WondVrfnl H..> Sopraao,
The foaaawef faaaeaa ehareh singer
in New farft Is Master Bjajrl Gulick.
aapraae aatefcrt at rhe Ohareh af the
li.avenly lt.st. BBrl Is 11 and .arns
more kaadeeda af aaaaaaa a year by his
ehareh hinglug than ka ls years old,
and this is a Bteva tithe of his earnlng
eaaaetty, Ia aalta of his benveniy
voice aud the fauae It has brougbt him
Karl Is a regnlar boy and beeom*>? en
thusiasti<' over boyish sports with
eharniiiiK' sp.uitaiulty. Cotnpetent mu
afea] BatharBJaa aaaaaaar his the finest
bay soprano v.dee iu Ameriea, aud
Dudley Buck, who. as a rule, earea lit?
tle for i>oys' aateaa. aaya aa wfll defy
eveu an expert, hearing withont s.-iing
him. to ttll whether he is listeuiug to
a boy or a prlraa donna.?Suecess.
Smith & Co. Ir. tk.- I|ou?e.
At the keajtaabaj or tiu- Breaaat ses
! Bion there were si\ Sniiths lu the
haaaa. <>ne adraaead to htahee hon
ors on Jnn. 1, 1000. lle is Jaha Walter
Smith i)f Maiyland. lle eomes from
the eastern shore an<1 suecceda llon.
Isaac A. ?arhar, Mr. Smith was a
state senator arhea eleeted to congress.
He wna a cougressnian when eleeted
aaeeraee, and it is aaasafbte that he
may l?e governor Whea ahaetad Cuited
States aaaatar. There were four
Sniiths iiiuonx lha BBW meinbers, but
Henry Cass.ute Smith is the only one
of tbe four aha voutiirod luto the
arena while the foH bill was uuder
conslderatioa?Saturday Eveulng Toaa.
BB SUItK OF THIS.
Boy, Vhare <11?1 you jret that nn-.iu ine frorav
Carry Tt atraiRht l?ek and tret lt Irom Baa ol.i
r*-lial>lefltore,wt.eretbey keep nearlyallsorts
ot a*%aa, aaataaaaj i.yiiia B. Paaaeaaaara,
Bwaaas) BaaB, (iray's MVaa aml KMaaay
Oara, Laajaaal Faatonoldsand numerou* oihcr
thinas. I moau'T. .1. Haydon* Sonv *U)re.
Tli?- !....!.-.nn M.i>-?.
in a lpt.it r boeaa eaa af the Rnnsas
boyt iu Maui.a aaya I i Ooueral
MiUer wus eranaaisiaii ii. ? azpadltaoa to
DoUobeaaa fl Qaaaral .Otia aa aaaaaa
the Tweatieth K:n-;i- lo his ei.iiiaiand,
givii>< as a reasi l) that Ihe men had
been aadav his (oinuiand in Sau vrttn
aaaeo, that he know them and had ootv
aaeaca in them arul belioved they
wonld stand their ground in any ught
"That eettlos ifc, " Kaid Ooneral OUh. *?I
j This m^natiiro is on every l>ox ot tho gcnuint
Laxative Bromo-Qtiinine T?bi*u
I tbe remedy tbat cttren n cold In oue aay
A It r.l ?i-.rl.lt.I /ooluKlat.
Walter K<?-:.-. lul-i. the ? l.b <t s<>n of
Uard hVAaw h Id ? I 1 m BB
y?-arK ..1-1 ajaf th
ni-nt of B;ir,.n r'erdin ud >!<? l: ?'!.
reeently |BmmL Ia keonly interi : d in
BBOaagy R? baswritteu .\t naivelyaa
gamaahjact, among hi* puBiicetionobe
in* ? work oa bm BTifaaaa of Laymua
Ba lo jriint odiaar of Bw Bueitnam
ZoofegicaK which is paxbliahed at tba
; i.logical niiwiiui itt Trimr. whero ho
has e.irried uut in his Btth*Br*a park
aama iBBmaBBag ezpaHaueam Ia tha ac
rBamaaoa af hanagn aadnmaa, iaastadiag
oaa aohaa and Bm tuagorwi Boarao
oJBaaaai at Baam aad al Magamloaai
mtlage. Caaamaage EBafeaaaaaBirJoi
A *c\? BUawtaitae \?-oo-..|,ji?i,nn?fit.
Dayaa know thci Wtti my fcoeo I enn
llft n eap af eoffee from tbe tear aa
my lipv?-Tiit.rview- With Charlotte
What's Your Fae? Wortli?
Sometimes o fortune, but never, if you
have a sallow OOmptextou, a jaundiced
look, moth patches atul biotebea on tbe
skin, all signs of Liver Trouble. But Dr.
King's New Life Filla give Clear 8kin,
Baay CTomptaatoa. Wnly BB cents at T.
J. Baydoa Ji s..n, irvington, L. I). stone
ham, Molusk; T. C.'Bland, Hehoboih.
Oiac Clfritynan'. 1Vt?y.
A Bt Joseph (Mo.i eleriryman an
aamaeau a dctariiilnattnu m share hiR
aacatma wtta daa aaamaaero m a somo
wb.it uniqtio WUy. Be isn't ifolng out
af town. .-md tbe iisiml serviees nre not
to be aramduntd. baa Ba pauaahaa to
etit bls BBOratag sernion ilmvn to 80
uiinutes .lnrlng the heate<l term and
the evoninjr dtataareo la 20.
U...I.1 t Ivllltle*.
Tbe man on tbe yellow bicycle
awereed aarruBBy re one otda to get
c?ut of the aray of o Beatgy and ran into
Bm eiiri.stone. t<> the aaetoaa diafagara*
tnent Of Ms frotit whoel.
"Yeu wiii pardoa me." jcoiad tha
man lu the buggy. aOoaaytng to look at
BM wrvek. "If I < all tli.it I inlghty poor
tnm out."?Chlcnjco Ttibuue.
Women as Wel! as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind. dts
-curagcs and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
r.nd cheerfulncrs soon
disappear when ihe kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prcvalent
that it isnotuncommon
for a child to be born
f3 afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ates too often. if the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it shouid be ablc to
control the pa^sage. it is yct afflicted with
bed-wetting. depend upon it. the ciusc of
the difficulty is kidn*y trouble, n;-.d the first
step should be tovards tha treatncnt of
these important orjarn. Thir.
trouble is due to a d'reased condi'.i on ct tba
kidneys and bladdrr and nct to a habtt as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are raadc mis?
erable with kidney and bladder trouble.
and both need the same great r
The mild and the immediate effect cf
Swamp-Root is soon realucd. !t is sold
by druggists. in fifty
cent and one dollari
sires. You may have a I
sample bottle by mail
frec. also pamphlet tell- nomc of s^a.^r-Roo*.
ing all about it. Includlng many of Ibo
thousands of testimonial Irttcrs rcceiv;d
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co.. Binghamton. N. Y.. be *uie and
mention this paper.
NEW SAW-IHILt CHEAP.
In tradinc I have aecured a new Be B
Ilench Jb Dromgold saw-mill, whieh 1
will sell considcrably helow cost. The
mill has just been shipped to Mlllenbcck
wharf an.l can be re-shipped to purch
aser at onee.
W. Mcl). Lke, Irvington, Va.
The Mutual Lile lnsurance Co,
OF NEW YORK,
(The oldest, largcst and best
Omapaay in the worid).
Xcwcut aud lie.st l>lnus.
For informaiiou le^arding its oon
tracta apply to
O. W. 111 (JIII.KTT. White Stone,
JOHN S. KFFOHI3, Farnham, Va.,
W. T. MAYO, Hague, Va.
Or write to
0. F. BRESEE & SONS, Agents,
Hooms r>, | and 7 Talbot Building,
ARE YOU GOING TO PAINT?
Then Interest yoursulf iu the quality
of the paiut. We are the Southern
Agents for Ilarrison'a Town and Country
Paint.cousidered by every mnstcr painter,
as the best on the market. It cost
you more per gallon because it cost more
to make than thebe paints you can buy
at gl.00 and fjUft per gallon, but less in
the end because one gallon covera so
much more and it has the hody and last
iug quality lo it. Write to us or apply
to your merchant for sample cards. Sold
only to the merchants.
Jas. Baily & Son.
IN FREDERICKSRURG, VA.,
Is tho place to buy a'd kinds of
Books and Stationery, aud in ad
dition to these lines there are
several dlstinct departments, vl/.:
Wall Paper, Paints and
Glass, Plcturo Framos,
Pianoa aud Or^ans
Each department well equipped.
In a few wocks Bicyeles will be
Mail orders reteive
PATRON1ZE HOME INDUSTRY.
Merchants, do thla, and your custom
era will oatroni/e you.
THE KE.MtIORG SHOE 40.,
uae no -h,..i.i> leatber. Every palr of ahoes is
wai-rauted by them, and if, with leusonable
wear, they do not irivo aatiafactlon, the douler
is authorized to make it ao.
Customcrs. call for the Kenmore Shoe.
ASHBURN A JAMES. Irvington,
R. M. SANDERS. White Stone,
W. A. BAMERON & BRO., )
CRALLE k sissuv \ Weems.
WEO. N. REED, Kecdville,
JAS. A. TLRNER. Salesman.
Modiciae Dcnt Istry Pharmacy.
lalvrralty (olieaeof Mrairlar, iitaaaaa.Va.
?irrat Bri.( hr, o. a., u.a.. rmUrat.
*? \n rACfji.TT.
UFeORIt ?f (|r?rtq?iM |?? Jw h,fo? 7 ntMt jtotkr4M
l?e l?ar Om.
Tm M p*o CatoWic, addrau
l>r. J. ALLIWON HODUEa, I?r?n.
Jv/mi J i raj i, Praaaemajti
\ BaVDOLPH 'i?.v\ vki?. V.e. -l'i sidetd,
i '? Co
IUL N Lg, aWl (
Deposits Solicited, Negotiable Paper Discountet
ALL CJOKKESI'ONBEM F PaBOMPTLV A N S\Y |-K KI> IN Sl ALFl> FNVFLOPFS.
Handsome Lithographed Check Eooks presented to each Customer
B'Ai.i, litsiMss ivi.iT in BTK1CT (;omti>i;ncf jh
_BAWK OPEN FROBVi 9 A, M. TO 6 F. M.
The T. N. Hrent Store is ihovilf the most cotnplete line of
and ^aaVirxter Coods
In this section of Virginia. Kverything new and etylish in
Dress Materials, Ladies' and Ghildren's Wraps, Ready-to-wear Skirts Rhirt
waist Materials, Millinery, Fancy Goois, Notions, etc. Big Cainsin
Men s and Boys' Stylish Suits, Overcoats, Trunks, Suit Cases, Telescopes, etc.
If you eannot reacli us, ecnd us your orders. You will bc safe in ordering from
BJ as we guarantec BBtiafaotton and will refund the money for aoythine; We B?nd
you that doef not please in every respect.
The T. N. BRENT STORE, Fredericksburg, Va.
A FALL GREETING:
Ycs, trre eeason of the oyster and the buekwheat Oaho is drawinir near
and whlle tlie moth is taking his last bite out of vour winter coat and the
rnddy pnrnpktB is hasking in the nntnannal anna t, are want to reanind vou that
it is bigh time to be tinkiag of your Fail aud Winter shoes.
Take good careof yoor feet this ooroing Winter. You will expect lota of
them before tncrobina oeai aguin, and y<,nr feet that do so mneh for auo de
ser\e vour teader care and lympatby.
Wehare weo thinkingof your fetl for montha and v.e have rn?vided a
stock of Fall aod Winter Footwear that will pleaao every man, wouaaii and
child. Our ibota are tneh ahoea aa eterybody takea pleaanre in wearing We
,UIV fornothiog but the beat ber, good eorkmaoabjp and
nghl ouieo are the featun i ahoea i to order to oeeure a place oo our
?belroo. Wo bare the exoluoite aale in Baltimore of tho nrodnotiono of aome of
the best aaaonfaotorera in Aaaerk ,
The best shoes for men, the BBOl ahoea for hadiefl, tlie best shoes for boys,
Biaam aud ohildren are here and would appi , riail from vou. Wo ai m
!<> do, not as wdl, hat boitof by >.m than aay o?heratore in BalUmore Thatia
we expeet to give you more for your shoe money than you can get anywhere else'
you buyanytbing here ai.d it is not satisfuctory, bring it baok. Wo will exehuaa* the
or refund your money without a grumble. Let thU be yoor shoe ahop. W, feel lor*
han ceady for your * mter Pbotweaur, your feel will tura towarda oar door
GREAT YELLOW FRONT SHOE HOUSE,
S. BROADWAY, BALTIMORE^ M
(407-409 S. BROADWAY,
. Grand Fall Opening
and timely bargains for watchful buyers of Furniture of every description.
Carpets, Oil-cloth, Linoleums, Baby CoacHes, Go-carts, in fact, anything
needed to furnish homes.
1 can give you a good parlor suit, covered in silk, tapestry or hair cloth for $|5 aud upwards.
I can give you u solid oak lo-piece bed rooni suit, with large level glasa for 20 "
A good baby coach from $4 tO $25. A good go-cart from $2.50 tO $15.
If any goods you may ^esire 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 eariy call solicited Prompt ship
ment and low prices guaranteed.
407-409 S. Broadway,
A.lv.'rtiM in.nts in this eolumn inserte.l :lt
lu.-.nts per linoeacta ins.-rtion when lor less
than m m.i:ii a. luni utontb or saore, at rea>
ular Mcasurt.! ratea.
VTANTKD TO HKNT.-Hou?c and
Lot iu tirst claaa order,attaatad iu the
village ..t BaalkavlUa and now oeeapled
by Mr. 1.; >.: Sneud. Fine home for
profeaaioaal aaaa or traveling aateaaaaa,
App'y 10 T. J. Downin..,
11. V. 1 ba naaa caa he found at Weaaaa,
where he will be plcased to take all
orders lor BMakaBf and repairing sails.
Will sell sloop "Haze" at a bargain for
oaah, Carrying eapaotty B00 aaahah
ayaaera. hiaaANo.1 atedajar. Applt
lo W. 1). IVriKK, Byrdtoa, \ a.
Ovac 1C0.O00, 4, I, and l> inch cypress
thingles at lowest ptloaa.
\\ . A. DaMBBOB Al 15no., VVcenis.
MEMCAL lOU.KGK OF faaUHHi.
The Sixty-thir.l S? s.sion will l>eKin
aaaaa Oaaaaaa i?t, ajaa.
Medicai Oraded Conrse, four years,
$??."? per session.
l?e 111aI (.raded I'ourso, threeajears,
$<>o per session.
Pharmaceiitical Course. two years,
$(10 per session.
For further partlculars uddress
< hiistopher Tompkins, M. 1)., Iiean,
KKinioM), \ \.
WOOD AND TIES WANTED.
20,000 cords Poplar Wood and ;;o,ooo
Chestnut Ties wauted. Delivered eitlicr
ou iheta or teaaai Advance paynieuis
?rvaaa ir s?ti.siactory arraaaaaraaai caa
be made. Jas. M. flMIBBa.
(Jlenus, Oloucester Co., Va.
C. II Amikrton, Saluda, Va.,
Agcut for Northern Neck.
OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK
IS NOW COMPLETE.
Kverything in the way of Clothing for man
or boy can be found here. We nianufacture
everything we sell and can save you the whole
saler's prolit. Our inerHiant tailoriog dcpart
ment ia ? ipeeial featore of our business. We
eniploy ihe best cutters and taiiors to be had,
and our prices the very, very loweat Bead for
HEIMAN & LEHMAN,
428 S. BRQADWAY, BALTIMORE, MD
Lowest prices in Virglnia.
Send for samples and prices.
R. A. KISHPAUGH, Fredericksbtirg, Va.
DO YOU NEED A COOK STOVE?
YOU CAN get a No 7 Stove with 41 piecea of ware, for $10
from Stoffregen'8 Stove House.
He makea a Specialty of the Sheet Iron Heaters, a late and improved
patent, saying half the fuel ordinarily used for heating purposes. OrtUn
for Tin Work, Outtering, etc, fronicountry will receive prompt atte.i.tion
and prices guuranteeu as low as any house iu the State. Mail orders solicited
STOFJrREGEN'S STOVE HOUSE,