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Devoted to 'he Agricultural, Commercial and manufacturing Interests of Predericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country.
Vol. *.=>.-No. 43
Fredericksburg Va Saturday April 15, 1899. Price3c*i
1 Fall in Line! Forward!
.,.,- u irk Ol 111:1k.IU' |?Ii |.|?:l'ii'll tor ll.'l H-t'Htlllir. OI <lllll|ili-r
r th?> i-hiMren'? > ni..i m-,- i . in- .i..m' Wake up! The wluter l? |*a?t and Iho lime la at bami.
m. read] -e.-ii i. i .. i Ores? tr'abrwa for yoiirsoll or the children t"i ever) ?ittv
li.i i, el. Vo salen upoojuu. and you will want in H\ ui
weai mu? Sunda*
I NEW P K'S
?ft ^?#?*v i MM I j.
0? * ported Illa. ?.
I -^ ?*-v
X J\3C* ? '
\ ??w r <Wai
S t?a) >_.*.. .. . W !.,
?lnutit if an r-i
: . nine and
* foi the <'?-. - ?
weeks e*o, and ha? en't ?
They an her?
All Whit?- ? . . h.:i v
vet SOfl, lie.
Pane) -trip?-?, imln and dark
lin|Miri?-il W..- ii Sih .
". I". 1 ' ..
. 11 *?>-. I".
I ?i? ii. HI
? ?. book Himitte*. at li*> .
- Seek M
. neu i.Htvii.a full fard wide,
??rirtin.lie?. ?lack ? - Wh '?
a, I > rape i ,<??. \ i .
ui line iiiality, 11 nnh
wide, i-n ?ted i.a? us,
ant, atroo?, d? ?
I til We ^ g.? ?I*.
? B Tin
I ' i
? gO'"i value at an? at
' - ' K \ Uli.
You've ahraya btx n teeing s
ol tbeae herv. hut nevei snub ? beau
lit ul loi ii-? we ii*M' today.
i bolee it] let Wa-ii Silks In i
stripes and forded Etfect? n< pluajai hi
ii inche* ? lile,
white flaruroson Navy Kreneb lllue aad
II til grouada, aj? a yard. Nona Ilk?
them in town
l/oveh Soil Finished raff/etas. In heau
. ? - ' .'??.
i ?ir qualit < Plain ' oloi Pan*? I
- i?! :**?.
\ *.I ar.nl' i
I he H trinkt si,x a, I ? ?i ijualll
. ?? eal pri?e II > k > . ? - ? n t ii i- mai
in ?? ha\ e -'
from a Hi m who took
the entire stock ol h
retliina shirt >*' alai
Mak.-t a line ol *? erj
I Id? I'i nit. -I ? iiin
brie!, that are s yard
wide und tiu.-r than
. ?s rbej
are in pretl ?
$ A Riir Stock of New Goods crowd this store today. Come to see us.
I E. W. STEARNS,
| OPERA HOUSE DRY GOODS STORE. -
? #?#????? SNNMM80 ? ?SRSMMftft OOOOf?
CE if H Clips!
Decorated Tea Sets
56 pieces, colors slightly mismatched, for $2.50.
New Matting in.
Golden Oak Suits in our
Double Furniture Stores.
E. C. N1NDE,
A11 ? l are nnanrpaated l?y any s'<>< k
ever shown in Pi*v>(i?arick.sbnrg.
Everything New and Novel,
BOTli WHOLKSAl-E AND KKTAIl.
J. T. Lowery & Co.
Cheapest Dry Uooils ami Notion House in Virginia.
We will Boom Our Own Town.
We have tie? i?tc<l to elosr ftut our entire xtoek of Shoes and Clothing at cost, and some
Wluter Clothiug we will sill far below co*t. On-object in this is to open up a Clothing
Mauufact'.iriugImsine** at our prtveni place of busiums, it i? our purpose to make up our
clothing with the uios4 ex:?ereiiced workmen. We expect to buy a great portion of our
woolen go-?!*? from the Frederickshurg Woolen Mills. We mean ousinws, and will close
out oor pre??, it stock with a rush. We have m?curod the servi(*es of competent salesmen
to assist, if the rush Is too much for our present force. We want if possible to get our
new husmeas started in time for Sprint/ tlade. Price of I ??lies ?Shoe). ?S5. 75, 86 cts. and
SI. Men's S|io?*s, 75, 85 eta , ?1 and II 75. Men's ?Soils, $2, 2 50, 3, 4, 5 fi and 7 50.
8 aud 8 75. Wat?hes, leweL
I'aiiU, ?W, 75, 85 cts., tt, 1.25, 1.50 and 12 O.ercoats, 12, 2
ry. olorkH ami F^ncy Goods at half prices.
NEW YORK BARGAIN HOUSE.
UarrfaODIQ & CQ ?** COMMERCE ST., Na?t to K. W. Mills, Pitman's Old
GEORGE ORAV All
M?",if?eiiir*?i and I>?sl?r In
AKRIAfiKH, BUBKIYB, l?'-Clli'-.
t UM OKI? ANU NI?NI-' I ?VArillNI.
Platform Spring W.'ik"4?.*
Kii?Il<? and }'!ea?i'i?* Wagoai of ?v?r?
iliei '.'.'?- ?i /.,! ti r?
palrlnf ? '? "'?>?,-? ? ?
?r. ? 5AS?1 ' A?
Ju?t received s largo lot or
I Blinds, Cypress Shingles
N. C. Flooring and
which I sell cheaper than any one eise
Id the city.
Call and jet my price? before buyirg
lit Con mere? Street and National Boulevard
DONT FORGET THAT
When ynu want an easy Shave.
A? good a? a-Bart>er ever gave,
Ju?t call on me at my Haioon,
A t morn and eve or buiy noon,
I comb and dre?? the balr w Ith ?/'? '.
To ?uit the countena6ce of your fao?
My room 1? neat, my towel? clean,
Scissor? ?harp and raior? keen ;
And all that art and ?kill can do
If you will call I'll do for you.
Raton put In ordrr st ?bort Dattoe.
W M v* v 01:
iHENRY DANNEHL. P-oe-,
Burupean ?nd American plan. Hteam, Uat
Electricity Comfortable Uoom?. Bountiful
Tabl Good Restaurant Kattaonal i- rate?
A we:I supplied ?AKvnd UE'IAH. l.IQCOK
SUTAIJUtiliMKNT in connection. "Come
all v. that ?T. "Wtin^rv. Wm,?/ o? Prv."
John G. Murkamp Co.
OEO. J. FLETCHER,
ARCHITECT ANfi BUILDER,
Plan?, Specifications, Klevations, Detail?.
! Work of all kind? in the building line.
Thorough personal supervision of all
| work, town ?vr noVintrv1,
AND DKAl.KK IN
Gents' Furnishing Goods
My Stock It row complete In every depart?
ment, consisting of the latest style? and beet
fabric? from French, English, Scotch and
I American manufactures, selected with th?
greatest care with the view to supply th?
wants and taste of ?very customer. Every
Bottom Prices and Satisfaction
Also full Une of Oents' Furnishing Good?
such a? Dreas Shirts, Nightshirts. Drawers,
Collars, Cuffs. U loves, Suspenders, Scarf?.
Tie?, Silk and Linen Handkerchief?, Half
Hose. Scarf Plus, Cuff and Collar Buttons.
Watch Chains and Charms, 811k, Alpaca and
Wtusham Umbrella?, ?to.
a-Jr Oall ?nd ataaala? ear Aosr
Unfading Coll?n Dyon.
Past Diamond Dyesfor ? t on
Miik'ng Unfading V6? irs.
<'annal b?? Washed Cut in Koipsuill <?r
Faded by sur.lluln
The Mme iljei a ill navi r n
foil,fail oolor on both wool mrl r tl ri
ami heure Diamond Dyeebaren
lili?? Of OOlon for OOttOQ.
Their fael ootton dyei are guai ?it? >? l
tn gire perfect satisfaction and to
make colors that e.intuit be washed ont
m strong aoupsuds ami that will not
fade when expoMd to the innlighl
If you wish to dye cotton ?a da, rue
only th?* fait Diamond Dyei I : coil >n
ami y"ii will have locoeei
Dttd ironi 'lia Effects of a Blow Cbr st s
Churcti Vtitr? Nor'bumbsrland Dem??
crata Tbt Delegation to th* May Com -r
anee Oihtr Newt from Lower Northern
? raapondeni.t Thi Pree i.ince
Lancaster, Y.i , Ami! 10, 1* 11
Yesterday irai ? glorinni Sabbath,
bathed in raoahlne, moal welcon
the i-iipious rain <if the preordino
The presiding elder. .1 II Amiss,
preached at White Ifarih Methodist
Ohoreh, ami is mid to be a i.pre ?
Mr. Bnrwell filled bil Bioal appoint
manti at Oraoa Obapel, K
The ram laal Friii.iy Bight,
ihort duration, was almoit witbnat pre
c?dent, ?h forcible wai tl
mighty waters apon the
r'K'f created a?? niu?-h ti.-tv
the falling liml's and weighty I
lust winter's l>li//inl One bon?
keeper of thi?. neighboi ? tiin_
suddenly cued ont "O! mv
ens'" She was fearing that the
would wash them from their h
?boni two weeki ago the colorwl pe ?
pie of Kilmaraock had another ax
experience Una of their nnmber, Da
rid Kelly, m belligerent ai David I
old, strii'-k Bdgar Hill ?
over tin* oraninm, prosara i
' 'braM knnrkli - i he rictira
|Mt Friday, ."th. hii 1 an i-.-?net
following day disclosed the crushed
hkull. portions of th?? bone harina?
pierced the brain. The verdict of the
iury was that death enaned from the
l.l.iw given l?y Kelly, ?ii.t ? warraul ii
sued fur ins aneit, bnt he ha? n I
been Tumil He wai already nnder
bail tu appear at the next term ?
for maliciooi aaaault.
Mi- Ashhurn, of Weemi, whose
ridionl ms Moapade of lail m
some sensation in lower Lancaeter, has
returned to h?-r husband and little
daughter, in repentant mood. 1!
mautic young lover win. was willing to
marry her, with or without a divorce,
?lid not return with her, and probably
is by this time a Winer man
Mi. Wm. Ohilti.m. otork of courts,
has been confined to his room for ????
eral days by sickness.
Mr. Uharles Haynie, whom wlfl bai
been the proprietress of Lancaster HonM
for some time, will leave with his fam?
ily for Norfolk very soon, when- they
expect to abide in future
The Confed?rate Veterans mat on the
'ith with fnll attendance Their pa?
triotism was Romewhat tinotnrad with
Now and theu a vet.
Is very "wet ;"
Some are ' 'dry, "
But all are sly?in political intrigue.
Miss Bessie Hoghlett left on the Ith
for a visit to Bedford City and
The Ladies' Aid Society, which met
on the '?th at*rhe Rectory, evinced their
usual earnwtness in the work which
has engaged them for years They
missed the sweet little woman, Mis
Eliza Gilliam, who for so many yean
contributed to the cause of Chri-t, and
snitable resolutions were drawn in
memory of her zeal and devotion Her
three daughters conld not have < (Tend
np a more fitting memorial than in the
request each made that her mother's
name should remain enrolled with the
beloved sisterhood; thus perpefnatin'*
their mother's usefulness as well as de?
votion of daughters to their dear om?'
The vestry of Christ Church Pariah
met on the same day at Trinity, com?
posed of the following gentlemen V?M
trymen?Judge J. 0. Ewell, R. T.
Pierce, A. A. Moody, T. P. Towl?-*, ,j
B. Simmnnds, M. D., Harvey 8 Ores
ham, H. L. Ball, C. L. Ball, F. S.
Chase, A. Hudnall ; Senior Warden,
Oapt. Sneed ; Junior Warden, P. 8.
Chase ; Registrar, A. A. Moody ; Treas
urer, H. S. Greiham ; Delegate to the
Council, Judge Bwall; Alternate, R.
News received from Heathsvilie to.
day report a g?x)dly attendance ut
Northumberland uourt. The Deeno
oratic convention met therefor the pur?
pose of nominating county oflicers.
L. T. Smith, attorney for Common?
wealth ; W. S Oralle, clerk of courts ;
James Booth, treasurer; Prank Battle,
?hertff; R. S Brent, commissioner of
L. T. Smith was opposed by A. S.
Rioe, who received -1 votes out of H
Jame* Booth wai oppmed by Joe. An?
derson, Jr., who also received 4 votes
out of 22. The main contest was for
sheriff, W. E. Flynt, the present in
oombent, receiving 10 rote? and Set?
tle It, The convention wai harmo
liions nul the ?lightest ili???r?l?'i
mriiiui m i toilii ii '
nf |t?.| . Infj 1,1
1" ipi let) . : s? ml [iitc t . tin
?' n.ii >i ni ci iiferem-e to bo held In
Itichmiiiid ".-i May Hi h, and afttfr the
i|U?>stion was fully oxplaiued by L I
Smith. Es?| , tin- foil iwing were selo? t
ittend - lid ooafen nee : L r
Smith, Harding Walker, John A
Palmer, \ H K Be, .1 B Hint >u. \
I-'. Kii'e, I V i ' m t ? n'y, B< D ! mini
Uhaml ei , J l. Snow, Littleton i
? ??-11. Win Uendorson and Henry 0
DeShii i i learn r
Deafn?'ii Cauu"t be Cuiel
iiev caanot re i ii
1 nets i?
? ?? of the
II ,:miin Of t lie lulie.
lamed yon ha re n
mot !. ' h?
? m entirely rlo e I deafi ?
- hut an inflamed
We ?>. ie lliiiii1r?.il I >ol
rH,i by H ?
f r ???
I .1 ? MINI', \ . n r?i edo O,
3fr E?iin-I nc the Primary Plan iif
f| 'ii, V.i . ? pi
This, it. reply to an
lion an I criticism concern I i
m -m ii - nalor Daniel n
u . th? m of eh
and electing nati nal s. n.it-i?. which
burg St ?r April 8, '99 It th?
t' the Star h ??< not Irre leei ?
!n>? lodependeuoe, his under?
standing, und made in*, messory coa?
renient, bs ?ill fairly conaider nay ?-x
i! ? f that statement Senator
lonably and justly, construed
he .1 iDM'Moore and
? imary plan
itlon to '.'.
'Mii.?tiri.il Oonventinq as lll?*gallj
log to force the ?aid convention,
known to have l>*een called for ? ??"-i liai
parp?se, and not having jnrisdl
over the pel m heme, to adopt their fa*
v .in. method <T choosing and electing
national Senators The Senator al?o
!?.|.ii.ii ?t"i th.it efl irl .it political tri.-k
this plea of the prim ?ry
party, that :? popular ?eutimenl favon
their plan, an " ignis fatuas " i ?i v< .k**<i
fon the occasion How do you explain,
Mr. Editor, th.it the people of tins
greatly Interested in this
new method, as alleged by the primary
Ar.- not they only Interested who have
ultimate designs apon Benatorial offloea?
\siiat bava f?-ii"r.?i Benators to il > with
loeal state affairs, ami how is the looa]
noarnad la the etootioo
tional Benators? The people of the
Stat.- of Virginia should, in th?- future
?i in th?- |ia-*t. leave th" ohotM ami
election of their I s Benators to tiu-ir
i"-a?-r qaalifitsd, honorable and I
ruptahl?' State legislature
I).n't you think, Mr. Editor, that
this primary basiae? look-? like a farce
measure, agitated in the interest of a
John M DaaieL
My wife has used Chamberlain's
I'am r.alm for Rheumatism with great
relief, and 1 ma.iaoommonil it as a
splendid liniment for rheumatism ami
other household use for which we bava
found it valuable. ?W .1. t'uyler, K?'?l
Creek, N. V
Mr Cuyler is one of the leading mer?
chants of thin village and one of the
prominent men of this violnity
W G Phippin, Editor Bad Oreei
Herald For sale by M M. Lewis,drug
A Mnsiter Lake of Beer
Hip baar which is consumed through?
out the world in a singe year, says the
London Home Margarine, would make
a lake 8 feet deep, :; . miles long and
a mile wide, or 1,819 acres in area. In
this vast lake of beer (says the writer)
we could easily drown all the BwgHt-tl
speakiug people, to the numh-r of Ido,
iXXi.OOO, throughout the entire world,or
we could give a beer bath toevery mau,
woman and child at the same time in
the entire continent of America, while
all the peoples of Kngland, Scotland,
Ireland and France could find standing
ro 'in on it.? bed.
Powerful Baai-on Light
At Cap?* (rrisnez/iu the French coast
of the British Channel, a new light?
house has been erected. The light is
of |,i9OO,OO0 candle-power at ordinary
times. Ion of B,000,000 i-.iiulle-powel ill
thick weather,ami can be seen In miles
off on a clear night. It sends five suc?
cessive white Hastien instead of the
three white, followed by a red of the
A Tlmuian'l Tongues.
loni'i imt expresa th?- rupture of Annie K.
Springer, of In? Howard ?t., iMuiadeiphia,
I' i . ?hen -lie t..uT?-i that Ht King'-? New
Uisoovery for Ceosamptl??n had completeh
01.1 In r ofa haekinif coiikIi tnat lor main
year? bad ruade life a burden. All other
remedio? and .1 cton oo lid rive her m
nut ?he <&i> of thl? "loyal < ?ire "it soon re?
moved thejiuin in my .best and I can uo?
sleepaourdl.v, something I can scarcely re
uieml" r doing lufore. I feel like ?oundin?
it? praises throughout th? Cnlv-Brae." Bo
will every one who trie? Dr. Kiior? New I?U
covory for any trouble of the Th met. ?'heat
or Lungs. Price Vie. ?ml SU?1. Trial bottle?
free at M. M. L?wl?' lirug atore: ev?ry isjttle
i lirai n ?\ pr i p|| t?
II? publ el ?n I v ai lu
it c?.ilt..n'.., A[ i i! i -i, f,,r the i'iitp
ting candidate! for >
county iiflii ?- t.- i? tin- i!
proachlng May election* .Mr. Root
? il .- r. imbrake \*.- ;
moasly choaen, by tb<.nvention, t
temporary chairman ind secretary, i
peotlvely i auia il anthmiaim n
ii.mu i.y prevailed throughout t
meeting, ai waimore strikingly mai
feited by the onamimotu a I
the '? nvention,of the following tioke
Mi B B. Hardwicke, of Kj
the i '': ?? "f treainrer, r- ni m?nate?
Obai Sauford, 11 ? Ihilton's foi
miiiioner of the Revenue; and .lam
T Trew, i . iville, for iheril
Short iddressei were made by
gentlemen D?ring the cour
of the meeting,Mr. Edgar fJktodrich,
prominent farmer of Weatmorelani
and a former demooral, In i itiri in
addreai, whiob ??i i<-1r?* i frequent :i|
plan? arraigned the l>- m
cratio party of Westmoreland, for thai
looompetency. and the uttei lack i
party principles apon local, as well ;
-, and aft?
r- iting the m my ?
the people through Democratic ma
administration '-t lu mtr
? the entl;
? i m by the convention, i f
lowing declaration of princip
ti of the Ri
The Repablioan partj of Weitm r?
land, grateful to > b?n?ficient Prov
?? which enablei them to re-anen
in" ander a current of aohievi ment?, i
ami grateful alike for the spirit i f con
tl lence Inspired by the re itil
their c inie, ind an increaiing
to their ranks, mbmits to the \i<"
pie nf Wettmoi
i We adven with pridi to the able
?i i : d ittonal affain, which ha
marked the ratnmptloa of th>* K-'puL
lican party to power emphaiixing a
.. the glorioni and nnparellele
ander the ? xeoutiv
Kill lianship of Pr? aidenl M Kinlej
of mir military and naval for?ai OTI
the vanquished aims . f Spain ; oulmi
anting m the liberation of an op
prensad and struggling pat pie, and th
salutary advancement of the can
Christianity and civili/.atioti ; to th
ration r-f oommerelal and indus
teial prosperity throughout the I mte?
>t ?r.--, to an Increaeed activity in on
inter-itate, ooaitwiie, and foreigi
iii?-rrt- in ai! the banefloant r.-suiti
arising from tin- steadfast adherence o:
the Bepablioaa party tu a .sound am
. w.- heartily command the oleat
and bnisnesslike BMthodl which hai
marked the administration of the of.
Treasurer and OommlmJO?la"
nf the He venue ,uf our couuty, by th(
present inonmbanti, Maura. Sanforc
and Hardwicke, and we pledge our?
selves, through our nomine, s fur thOBI
-. to a maintenance of that high
standard of efficiency, honesty, and
?obriety, which should ever, and as w?
believe, has ever marked the incum
bany of those important departments ol
our county government, by the nomi?
nees of our party
:' We denounce the existing method!
of so-called road "repair" and "im
piovement,'' whereby the public fuudl
are expended to no apparent benefit,
and whereby the public highways of
our county have become, throughout
m -t of the year, a serious menace to
life, limb, and moving property,
and a hinderance rather than a facility
to public movements ; and we favor
such improvement of the existing law
as will impose a more searching and
rigorous enaotioa, both as to the con
I requirementa, as well as to the
bonded penalties under which the work
of highway repairs is undertaken.
I We denounce as pernicious to the
public interests, and as conducive to
no material elevation of the educa?
tional srandard uf our community, the
mischievous tendency of recent require?
ments, whereby patrons are subjected
at traquent Intervall to the unnecces
sary annoyance and expense arising
from corrupt and ill-advised innova?
tions in our school text books; and we
favor such amendment of the existing
laws, as will restrict at least the au?
thority thus injuriously exer
:>. We regard with distrust and um-ual'
ified disfavor the ine?initablo spirit of
such existing legislation. ent*.cted by a
Democratic legislature( m directs the
removal of the assess.ng power over the
craft, tackle, and the like, of our local
oyster industry, to officials residiug at
remote and iudiff-ireut points, and
c imputing their assessments upon the
basis of defective and incompetent re?
cords, whereby gross and palpable un
fairne?8 is arbritrarily inflicted upon
a worthy class of toilers, and, whereby,
as it most frequently occurs, individuals
are assessd upon property that they
have ceased to own, whilst others re?
main unassessed upon considerable
taxable possessions, and we favor such
amendment of the existing laws as will
effectually restore the assessing power
thui improperly lodged, to on. local
county aiaeieoni, proceeding upon the
basis of a direct, fair and annual view
of the property to be listed.
Finally appealing, aa we earnestly
do,to the aober judgment of the
people of Westmoreland, through a re
Mdkes the food more delicious and wholesome
?or? tvtKiNoeow*,?* co., ne* ?oa?.
nunciation of all such dark and bane
ful prejodi s, i? more often In the his
t' ry ' f oui fji m mon WM lth has sought
only the pr ?motion of selfish, personal
ends, or the gltMslfioatlon of flagrant
Democratic misgoveninieiit and incom
petenoy, rather than the purer iut<*-r?'sts
.nid weil ire of the people; ami Inviting
tabla reflection, the more
elevated, and progr?s*ive plan
of political sentiment represented by
th?- principles of the Kepuhlicaii party, j
as declarad through thfir national and
local platforms, we respectfully com?
mend to the suffrages of the people of
W?M?moreland the nominees of our
party for the respective oflloea of traaa
urer, ?herifl and commissioner of the
revenue, a- embodying;, boih in their
personal ami otIi:ial characters.all that
is most desirable in citi/?-nship, integ?
rity, efficiency, and public spirited*
T?tter, Bait -Rhtnm and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting in
to these diseases, is instantly
allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye
and Skin Ointment. Many very bad
ave b. en permanently cured by '
ir. It is e?iually efficient for itching
piles and a favorate temedy for sore
nipples, chapped hand, chilblains,
front lutes and chronic sore eye?, 25cts.
pat l>"x. For sale by M M I>?wi?
there can be no doubt of the improv?
ed prospect of Alabama having a new
constitution. Tue convention held in
Montgomery did away with the objec
: many to the framing of a con?
stitution. The dwision reached was
that the constitution, when drawn,
shall not disfranchise white men al?
though illiterate; that the tax rate
shall nrit be lowered ; that the capital
shall not he moved from Montgcmery :
that the law as to corporations shall re?
t?.?im iineha-igi'd, and that the constitu?
tion .-nail be submitted to the people
i t approval This pla'from meets the
demand of the white people of the
State and enhances the chances of the
successful result of the coming vote
OH th? i|tiestion of holding a constitu?
tional convention. It will perpetuate
the rule of the white in in in Alabama
provided,of course,tho franchise clause
to be adopted with that end in view be ,
in accordance with the provisions of i
the fourteenth amendment of the
United States constitution. It will
restrain taxation to its present limits;
it will keep the rein on corporate de?
velopment, and maintaiu the capital
at Montgomery. Altogether, it is
plain that the cause has gained greatly
by the action of Wednesday?Moble
That Throbbing Headachtv
Would quickly leave you. if you used Dr.
King4? S'en I l?e Pills. Thousands of suffer
id thell mati-hless ment for
?iik and NerVOUS Headaches. They make
pure blood aod strong aervea and buildup
your health. Basytotake. Try then Only
Money back ll not rilled. -
M. M. Lewis. Druirt/lst.
Perhaps you have had the
grippe or a hard cold. You
may be recovering from
malaria or a slow fever; or
possibly some of the chil?
dren are just getting over
the measles or whooping
Are you recovering as fast
as you should? Has not
your old trouble left your
blood full of impurities?
And isn't this the reason
you keep so poorly? Don't
delay recovery longer but
Y It will remove all Impuri?
ties from your blood. It Is
also a tonic of immense
value, (jive nature a little
help at this time. Aid her
by removing all the products
of disease from your blood.
If your bowels are not
Just right, Ayer's Pills will
make them so. Send for
cur book on Diet in ?Consd-?
Writ* to mor OootorT^M
We har? the ?*i.-lu?lv? a?rrle?M ?
of aim? of tli? moat eminent pliyat
elana in tho l'nit?4 State?. Writ?
ir?**!?" and raeilva a aewngt r??/ly.
Without coat. I
'? ; **~ ^/fi?Ot?i
A. B. BOTTS & Co.,
riUB Un.ACCIDBNT AND INDRMN1TT
The oidust established business of this kind
?n Kroderlckabu.g, representing thirteen Are
oompaDius of ?JI.UOU.OOO capital, possessing
over IW.OU0.0U0 atout*, 117.300,000 surplus,
and unquestionably the ttronrest and safest
In the world. Our ratet are as reasonable at
are any ?mere to Be bad, and we shall always
take ploature In serving you. Uffloet directly
oppotlt? the Mayor's Office.
P moni holding our policies and other
friend! can get 18tt9 CALENDARS by
calling at our office.
S. WILLIS HOWARD,
EffSl RANCI AI. ['..?.?il.LRCTION AORNT.
Has Moved His Tonsoria! Par?or
Mr. Charles Lawson has moved his Tonaorlal
Parlor from upper ?Commerce street to thi
office lately occupied by the Free Lance,
where he In prepared to do all work tuck m%
Shaving, Hair Cutting. Shampooing and Halt
Dres*lng in the mott artlttlc manner. B
?hop is large and commodious, always <xx>
even in this most oppressive weather. Neat
neea and the latest style of work will be ont
of the chief features of this establishment.
g-ivi rae a cell.
W. S. EMBREY.
Successor to Rmbny ?k Berry man.)
Dealer In BAILPOAD CR088 TIM, 01
DAB 1'OHTS, 8POKK8 AND HOOPS
Keeps constantly on hand ? larri supply
of Baled Hay and 1' ill Feed. ^Oflw ne?
Railrnad Darxit lr>?<1?Hnt-abnrf Vt
I H MYER, JR?& Co.
-a full line of
HKATING 8TOVE8, WOOD 4 OOAL
(Jlay Flue Pipe for uniiuneyi. Tin
Rooting. Steel RoottnK. Oaa Fitting at
Lowest 1'rioas. Iron Foros Pompe at
-As-enti for ths?
('KI.KKKATKJi IKON KINO, FITZ LUI
AND FARMER OJKL
t?K8T ON TUB MABKIT.
ALL ON D8 BBFOBB YOD BDY.
J. H. MYER Jr. & CO
ha\ Ing bought out the tatlre Hardware
Stock of John A. Stone, will continue the
at the OLD .STAND, on COMMERCE ST..aad
it now laying In a full NEW STOCK OF
GOODS in tbe Hardware Line which he Will
?ell at the
Lowest Cash Prices,
B~- Ge and see him before you buy.
ant>?cii:umt, Carnations. Fin liait?. Ac,ft cent*
each. Kariv VecetabJe Plant* cheap. Cut
Flowers and Floral DetUrnt.
Call a' R. C. Nlnde't Store and get a cata
logue anil lea? e your orders.
Florttt. Althland. Va
FOR SUPERIOR ARTICLE
?nlch on account of tnetr are ana avinn
are tpeciaily advised for niedirti.?i urpaa
Bold and recommended by
t ?' BTKiHHUEUEK, ^O