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Interesting Letter From Down tue River
(Oorreepondenoe of The Free Lance. I
Lancaster, Sept. 27, 1800,
Your most dilatory correspondent
has survived the heat and turmoil ot
the past summer, and with many
others, rejoices in the balmy breath
Meetings, both religious and politi?
cal, hire been in favor, and contra?
dictory as it may appear, dancing
fiarties too have been in vogue, the
est not carried to such excess as to
jeopardize the religious interest of
The few Republicans of the county
are as still as mice, but looking on
with eagerness and amusement, as
the warring elements of the Tyler
and Martin factions continue in their
The several evangelists who "came
and saw and conquered " so much sin,
have all taken tbeir departure, leav?
ing the impress of holiness bebind in
a great measure; but one startling
presence abides with us still?not so
easily erased. Tb6 name it bears is
most appropriate, and we intend to
speak aloud concerning the "speak?
easies." Our little county with over?
whelming voice abandoned the sa
loons ; but these were not so hypo
critioal, since they were loyal enough
to their State to pay their license.
Disloyalty to government means of?
ten disloyalty to God. It is hoped
our county officers, who are consid?
ered faithful and efficient public ser?
vants,have not been cognizant of such
illegal, unholy procedure. It is hoped
that true, manly men, zealous for the
perpetuity of good morals in our
midst, have not essayed to encourage
such an outrage upon common de
The man who would tiy to such
straits in order to eke out a paltry
liying must possess a jejune soul,and
needs, not showers of curses, but
showers of earnest prayer.
Mary Sloan, who was smitten so
suddenly witb paralysis about a
month ago, still lies in a precarious
condition at her home, near White
Marsh Chnrch. lier devoted father
is constantly at her bedside. She
was a student at Farmville Institute,
and would have graduated the ensu
ing year. Her father, who is from
New York State, has the sympathy
of all, as she is bis only daughter.
He is a vety intelligent man and a
Nearly all the " birds of passage "
have flown to their home nests, some
of them quite distant, too. Among
them was Mr. S. Preston Gresham,
chief assistant of the Weather Bu?
reau, Louisville, Ky., with his wife
and his mother-in-law, Mrs. Head.
These two ladies had been from home
ever since last June, on a visit to
? friends in Caribou, M line, and to
Canada, where they visited Mon?
treal, ?Quebec, and other places
of historic interest. Mrs. Head's
husband belonged to the conference,
and was the grand-son of Judge
Head, who united Abe Lincoln's
parents in the bonds of marriage.
Old Plain View, of this county,
welcomed other sous this summer to
greet their long absent brother from
Kentuoky, but lacked two of the ab?
sentees, to form a glad family re?
Mrs. Head, with her daughter,
Mrs. Lillian Gresham, expects to visit
the Paris Exposition in February.
Your scribe has enjoyed the visits
of several new as well as old friends
lately, among them the Rev. Mr.
Babcock; Mr. Thos. J. Downing and
lady, Misses Lu Ball and Nellie Chil
ton, Messrs. Jas. Gresham and San'
ders, of White Stone, and Mr. Bev?
erly Brown and others.
Rev. Mr. Burwell'sfamily and Mrs.
Harvey Gresham, whoaresummering
at Fern Cliffs, in Fluvanna, will be
home very^soon now that the early
frosts have destroyed all the malarial
germs in this section.
It is said that Dr. Eugene lUrnum
will not ?eturn to Lancaster this
The pea hay in this section is said
to be good.
The farmers are unable to secure
their fruit and cereal and other
crops, because of the scarcity of
Thievi8hness continues in propor
tion to the industry of the farmers.
A colored woman near Litwalton
reoeived a foil requital not loot? ago
for her nocturnal invasion of Mr.
Stoneham's vegetable garden. Mr.
S. had prepard himself for the pro?
tection of his property, and the
rogues not seeing him, were most
busily engaged in self appropriation
Suddenly a loud report from his gun,
and a yell from the negress, told that
the small spot had taken effect.
Misses Florence Towles and Mary
Carter, of the county, are the guests
of theit relatives, Mrs. A. A. Moody,
of the Courthouse.
The late visitors to the county,
Miss Parr, of Amherst, entertained
at Dt. Pinkard's. and Miss Pollard,
of Baltimore,at Jadge Brown's, havtL,
taken their departure, amid many
regrets from their friends.
Miss Florence Gresham has lately
been a guest at Water View, the
home of her cousin, Miss Flora
Chewning. The latter has accepted
a school in lower Lancaster.
M?stet Geo. G. Chewning has re?
turned to his studies near Norfolk.
Clerk Wm. Chilton's daughters
have returned to theit studies at the
Va. Notmal Institut?, at Farmville.
The account in The Free Lance of
Dickens' visit to this country, from
the able pen of Hon. Geo. C Round,
has been enjoyed by many of the
Tetter, Salt-Kbeum and Bessma.
The intense itching and sniartiog-in
cldent to these disease?, is instantly
allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye
uid Skin Ointment. Many very bad
cases have been permanently oared by
It It Is equally efficient for itching
piles and a favorate remedy for sote
nipples, chapped hand, chilblains,
frost bites and ohronio sote eyes. 25ots.
per box. For sale by M. M, Lewis.
Let Us Talk Coffee.
After an experience of buying and
? tiling ooffe? fot forty-two years, we
olalm to have some knowledge of the
good and Inferior artiole. For a nice,
mild and smooth drink we oannot too
hiarbly t-eoommend the "ROYAL
ARMS, " toasted Mooha and Java
Oan be bad of m
MAGRATH A OHESLEY.
i K :? n
2:1t p u
1:67 p n
1.4.' i r.
1 35 p ni
No. 1. L\ aKH
?KM n ml FrMtartakitmrt
8:16 t m WbitS >
8:20 a Bfl Mint
8:28 ? in Kobvy ?
8:29 h m Sert??
8:32 a m A,rich
8:35 a in Kur nace
8.40 a m Krock Ko?
8.4S a iu .sifpheim
9:00 a m Parker
9:08 a m New Hoi*
y;18 a m Tinder
9:28 a m Reynold?
9:38 a m Verdiertvillr p &
9:48 a m La Fayetu 1:18 p>
10:03 a m Uniouvill? 1 Of r n
10:14 a in Naeon IS N
10:24 a m, Taylor 12.4c p a
10:40 a m'_Orange_12 30 p n
Connections a> Fredericksburg with K. F.
A P. R. R.. and Weemt Bteamhoat Co At
Orange with Southern and Cheea|?w?k* A
Ohio R. R.
The only line to the Chancelloravtlle and
Rattern Standard Time. Dallv exoeptBun
day. W. U. RICHARDS. Gen'l Manager.
?Train No. 2 leave? Orange the 4th Monday
In each month at 3 p. m.
To Hot Springs.
CINCINNATI. lOriSVll.l.K, CHICAUO
ST. LOUIS AND THK WEST..
Th? SHOBTIST AND UlICKtST RoiTt Tvi
The nioe'. direct and popular roufc to
Old Point and Norfolk.
TKAIN8 LEAVE DOKWKLL, VA.
>fpt i;> ??h! No. 5. No. 1. No. 3
Rx-8nn Daily. Daily.
Lt. Doawell. ?11:17 A 8.1S f 11? P
Ar. btaunton. t Id? V TH? P 4
" Clifton Forge. ? t:4fl 1'
" Va. HotSjirlnK? ?
" White Sulphur.
" Cincinnati. ..
" 8t. Lonl?.
'.' m r :.:?. a
??M P 7::?IA
Time marked t daily except Sunday.
Pullman Sleeping Cart on Not. land 3
for Cincinnati and Louisville.
Parlor Car on No S to CI If too ;
TRAINS FOR OLD POINT AND
Lv. Dotwell..-. ;:?i A M fcaSPM
Ar.Klchmond. S:.IU A M 3:.IU P M
Lv. Richmond. ?.MO A M 3:48 P M
Ar. Newport Newt. 11:10 A M ?:HJ P M
" Old Point. 1I:KI A M | ?: HI 1> M
" Norfolk. 12:15 N -.-r I 7:06 P M
Additional train-? ,ea\e Di.sw?.;. : A. M.and
6 tS !'? M., except .-"mida) 's lur KKtamond.
For otner Information, address
JNO. D. POTTS.
A. O. P. A.. Richmond. Va.
Schedule in Effect Mav 7. 1* <
Trains leave Washington, D. C.
8:01 A. M.?Daily?for Danville. Charlotte
and way ?talions, connecting at Manastai
for Strasburg, and Harrison burg daily and
at Lynch barg with the Norfolk and
Western daily for Roanoke and points
?Southwest and with C. * O. R. R. for Nat?
ural Bridge daily; and Lexington daily, ex?
cept 8undty, also connecting at Caiverton
for Warrentou and Fauijuier White Sulphur
11:16 A. M -Daily-THE UNITED
STATES FA8T MAIL carries Pullman,
Sleepers New York and Washington to
Jacksonville.uniting at Salisbury with Pull?
man Sleeper for Asneville and Hot Springs,
N. C Knovv?le,Chattanooga and Memphis,
Tenn., and at Charlotte with Pall
man Sleeper for Angusta; Pullman
Sleeper New York to New Orleans, connect?
ing at Charlotte with sleeper for Birmingham
Solid train Washington to New Orleant
without chmge. ?Southern Railway Dining
cart between Washington and Spart?nImrg,
Sunset Personally Conducted Tourist Ex?
cursion. Through Sleeper on this train
every Tuesday and Friday to San
Francisco without change. Leave Rich?
mond at 12.01 P. M.
4:01 P. M.?Local for Strasburg and Har
rtoonborg daily except Sunday.
4.30 P. M.daily, local for Charlotteaville,
connecting at Caiverton for WarreUon and
Fauquier White Sulphur ?Springs.
9:20 P. M. daily. New York and Florida
Exprtti Pullman liuffet Sleeping Cais.
New York and Washington to Tampa, via
Savannah and Jacks.mvilie.arid to Augusta
via Columbia with connection for
Aiken. Thro'igh toach to Jacksonville.
9:20 P. M. daily. Washington and
Chattanooga Limited, via Lynchburg, with
sleepers. New York and Washington to
Memphis and New Orleans through liri-tol.
Through coach to Memphis. Cafe, I'd nor
and Observation Car between R'dforJ, Va.
and Attalla, Ala., serving all mea's
10:45p.M. daily, "WASHINGTON ard
composed of Pullman Vestibuled Sleep?
ers, Dining Cars and Day Coaches, Pu:l
man Sleepers, New Yoik to Nashville,
Tenn., via Asheville, Knoxville and Chat?
tanooga; New York to Memphis, via Birm?
ingham, New York to New Orleans, via At?
lanta and Montgomery. Pullman, Library
and Observation car between New York and
Washington and Atlanta. Vestibuled Day
Coach, Washington to Atlanta. Southern
Railway Dining Car, Greensboro to Mont?
Leaves Richmond 11 P. M.
Trains on the Narrow Oauge reach Ortngs
daily at 10:40 A. M
Tra?na on the Southern Railway pats
Orange Daily at follow? :
11:20 A. M. 1:33 P. M 7 45 P. M.
11:10 A. M. 6:22 P. M. 5 10 A. M.
For rates, map toldera and Sleeping Car
Space apply to L. 8. BROWN,
706 15th Bt. N. W.
WASHINGTON, 9. 0.
FRANK 8. GANNON, 3rd Vice Pr?s and
J. M. GULP, W. A. TURK,
Trafflc Manager. Gen'l Patten^er Aeent
A. B. Botts & Co.
FIRE, LIFE and ACCIDENTS INSUR
Office : 312 Commerce Street.
Represents sixteen first-class compan?
ies. Rates low as the lowest, and losses
promptly adjusted and paid.
|y I RKPRESEMT ONLY THE _Jp
of this oountry and Europe. Assets
over fifty million dollars. Low
rates and just settlements.
INSURANCE AND COLLECTION AGENT.
Has Moved His Tonsorial Parlor
Mr. Charlo? Lawson ha? moved his Tonto rial
Parlor from upper Commerce street to the
office lately occupied by the Free Lance,
where he It prepared todo all work such at
Shaving, Hair Cutting, Shampooing and Httr
Dressing lr. the moti artistic manner. H
thop It large and commodious, alwayicoo
even In thl? mott opprestlve weather. Neat
net? and the latest ttyle of work will be ont
of the chief feature? of thl? establishment.
rive met call.
W. S. EMBREY.
JBuooestor to Kmbrey A Btrryman.)
Dealer In RAILFOAI) CROSS TUS, CB
DAB POSTS, SPOKES AMD HOOFS
Keeps conitantly on hand e largj supple
Of Balad Hay and Mill Feed. aarOfflotoas
Bailrotd Dane* FrtdtTitktanr? Vt.
Cleans Everything from Cellar to Garret
GERMANIA ROLLER MILLS.
MYER & BR?LLE, Proprietors, Frederlcksburfc, Va.
We bave the latest and moat oomplete Patent Koller By item in our Mille, ice none
but the very chctoeat Virginia Wheat and our Klouri an the flneet that can be made,
?toeptinR uone. We make the following brands :
MYKR A BRUl.LK'B BK8T PATKNT BUPKRLATi VK
?RRMANIA XXXXX KXTRA. OKUMANIA XX KXTKA
WHITK i'LAIN 1T-TKA
W? make I'holoe Kamily Meai. Mill Peed? of al! .Inda. We i<ay the Hlk-hoet IM
t rleaafor Wheat and Corn at Mill or Clora. Olvt oa a call before yon buv or ?ell.
MYF.H * RHUI.LK
P, V I). (JOS WAY. ('MARLS* HllBDO A. laAtinOl.rH H" ? I
Conway, Gordon & Garnett
COMMKHCll BTRKKT, FHKDBi.ICKHHUKU, VA.
Ran? ipim II A M. I Bank oIokab 6 P.M Coltoftion*mads m a.I ?.mot
Shoes For Warm Weather
Ladies Dongola Strap Sandals, 2i to 8, at 90 cts.
Patent Leather Strap Sandals at 90 cts.
Dongola Kid Strap Sandals, turned soles, $1.25.
Genuine Vice i_id Strap Sandals, hand-turn?id
BR?LLE A TIMBERLAKE.
!lL'l Main Street, Opp. Market Entrance
?he Excelsior Roller Mills
GILT EDGE FAMILY. HIGH GRADE FAMIL Y
X X X X X X HIGH GRADE EXTRA.
1 am now prepared to give enjieoial attention to firhan|rs wi rk, b 111 *! .-at
and corn, and will give good renulf" of floor and feed, in?-al and boakl l'l<_?e
send clean grain and dry. Flour 83 to 87 j> iuikI? |>fr boshel wheat, meal 47
pound? per bushel corn.
C. H, PETTIT. Proprietuh
GEORGE W. WROTEN.
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR.
fVili furnish Plant and Sp?cification?, wfl
ooutract for erecting all class** of
Building?; furnish hands by the
day and superintend the work
tn town or country.
Mi' Charcas reasonable
A. MASON GARNER.
Contractor a ad Builder,
"rlnceii Anne it-. Opposite Tyler's Foundry
KaWOuarmoteesall work in hi* line to be Son?
promptly and In a tint clan nanner at mrk
Or ALL KINDS.
DOORS.SASH & BUNDS
Just received a larce lot of
Blinds, Cypress Shingles
N. C. Flooring and
which 1 sell cheaper than any one else
in toe elty.
Call and get my prices before buying.
IS Comm?re? Street and National Boulevard
.. greatly reduced
prices. 1? Choice Kose
iiuihes for tl. Chrys?
anthemums, Carnations, Fuchsias, ?cc.fi cents
each. Earlv Vegetable Plants cheap. Cut
Flowers and Floral Designs.
Call a* R. 0. Ninde's Store and get a cat?
loiruc and lea^e your orders.
Florist. Alsfaland. Va
kf. O. WILLIS, President; A.P. ROWR.Jb
Vloe President: H. F. CRISklOND. 8eo
retary ; >. D. CO LI, Treasurer.
The Cheapest Telephone Service in Virelnlr
Prompt and efflolent service G ?ARANTKID
H F. OBIIsfOMD,
Empire Brain Drills
R. L. BISOOE.
Oats and Salt.
One oar Choice Oats,
One car Fine Salt,
One oar Ground Alum Salt.
Will sell from oar or store.
MAGRATH & OHESLEY.
P. McCracken, Bro. & Co.,
? WholIBALI ABD RtTAIL?
GROCERS AND LIQUOR DEALIIS.
Offer TenThonsand Gallon? PUKE KYK
? and BOURBON WHISKIES, from the fol
lowing well known distilleries : Craft A Co.
of Ohio: Boone County Distilling Co., of
Kentucky Monticello Distillery, of Mary
land, and W. F. Grty, of Pennsylvania.
Agent? for Bergner ? Engte ? Lager Beer
They also offer Staple and Fancy (irooeriet
Agricultural Implement? 8*edi, Gnano and
MRS JENCIE MONR??7
Liquors and (iroceries,
Commerce St., FREDERICKSBURG, VA
1 am the tole agent hereof ti.tlebrated
Al'l'I.KWiinD WHISXKV. I siso keep a
?/rad.-s ?il Wbltkty, Ir.im |1?00 ui? to ti ?
gallon. Kln?r l.ear Whmke?, tit il'". Ii?-t m
the world. APPLE liHANIUBe from$2.00 I"
A full stock of ? ornad Potomac Herrin?/ on
Consult your intarett bycal I lna on n
fore buj InK or raa?iriK your purchases ?
MK8.JINCI1 MON ROB
FAMILY OROCKRIK? OF ALL KINDS.
My ttock of Liquors Is large, consisting of
.?foreign and Domestic BRANDIES.
Par* Applewood and Farmers Friend Pur?
Rye Whiskey, 12 a gallon.
MAGNIFICENT APPLE BRANDY. WAR
Cor. COMMERCE AND LIBERTY BT8.
ELK RUN WHISKEY.
This celebrated brand of KENTUCKY
PURE RYE WHISKEY, guaranteed 100
proof and 2 years old at t'J per g?lion is for
tale by Mra. J. F. Monroe, Commerce
rtreet, Fredericksbnrg, Vh. For flavor it
?as no superior at the price. It is smooth
pleasant to drink, and there is not ahead
ache in a gallon. Come and try it. and von
will buy no other.
HE?RLY ELEVEH YEARS AGO
We prumisiii the publli ii thej woaldgtvt
u? a ?hare of then pHtriiimire we WOU I flvt
them satisfaction. This we have done, ami
the pr<Kif we have for it i? that to ilay we
control the Inrtrett trade of any house in this
"?action, ami a-we have made our lrade we
shall still hold it, and that It l>y i/l\ in?/ pure
goMls, full mea?ure and ynurm'ineyS wort?*,
Your ch-uee of any of the following rtraadl
at ?.'??? pel nailon
King of Kentucky,
Whiskey from $1.20 per gal. Dp.
OINS, RUMS, BXAJfDIia, HKF.K
AND HUTTI.EI? LIQUOR*.
and all irood.i to he found In a wholesale and
retail Liquor and Tobacco Hooat.
We appreciate your patronaire.
Strasburger & Son,
lit tnd Ilia Ooaatre?? Hi.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Port Rye Whiskey, Pure, Old Rum, Purs
Holland ?in, Pure Sherry Wine, Pure
French Brandy, Pure Apple Brandy,
Pure Peach Brandy, Pure Blackberry
Brandy. A complete ttock of Liquor?
for medical ate at the old Reliable
Grocery Store of
CHAS. WALLACE?* BRO.
Cor. Main Oommtrot 8tt.
Noted ami i County
(Oorretpondsuce of L*be Ifree Lanes i
Bowling finan, Va., S? pi 87, Is'1 ?
Res K Melville Dowley held tun
servicei in the Christian Uhnroh on
Banda* morning, as bli oharoh was
being .painted < ?n the Inside, and
li IBM 0 ui I nut be used on Sunday,
Mr. (?barley llru???? and friand, Mr
Si lily, of.Ballimore, ipenl Sunday at
"New Harket," the home of the for
Mr John W l> iwnlng and littll
o? Atlanti, arrived In town on Satur?
day, and will I?' Hie guests of his
mother, Mrs Bllen Downing, fot ess
Mrs. B. M Long and MlM Jl lie
Pollard, returned to their home In
ataonmond, after a deltghtfnl visit to
the family of l >r E E Bntlet
Kev .1 M (Jrawb-y, of Man? h
Wim lia* been laboring no faithfully
among as, left on Batnrday fur hi?
in in?, maofa to the regret of many.
The revival i* ht ni in progress, m
du ted by tli? pastor, Rev. W F
MIm Grace W. King, of your city,
spent several days of thin week with
the family of Mr. T Dal Ooghlll Bbs
has many friends here and slweyi It
ceives a hearty welcome.
Matter Willie Bornm left on Mon?
day for your city. wh-r?? he Will spend
tome tiniH with his friend,
Mr. W 15 Broeddas, of Richmond,
?pent Sunday with hi* parents here.
Mr. w. A Mononte, sftet s :
.mi vi-it f ssTersJ days at the homeof
hi* father. Jud^e K U Monrure, left
on Monday fur hi* home in Richmond
The many friends of Mrs. ? B Bn?
nil will regret to learn of her Indispo?
sition at her borne here, ami bopi fot
her a ?peed* recovery.
Kn Onamben and little daoghter.of
Florida, are at the "Lawn" where
they expeoi tn ipend tome time
Mr Jamie Williams of King Wil?
liam county, spent Sunday In t iwn
with bis sister, win ii un Inmai
the Bontbern Beminary, en route to
rdJOIty, where he will pareos hi*
ti odies fur another year
??uite a number of our citizens left
today to attend the fair in your city.
Mr. J? Bakei i??**-e<i through town
on Monday, en rout" for his home In
Vest Virginia Mr liiker Is an old
resident of the town, and he is al?
ways well.[mil back whenever he
Mr* Ohewning, wb i has been spend?
ing some tune with his Sister, Mr- M
I Dorsey, left on Monday for her
hi me near Kuther (ilen.
Master K- pet Woolfolk, of Ashland,
if spending some tune at "Mulberry
tbe h ms of bit grand m ther,
Mr- Ln f Woolf, Ik
X Y /.
Onrcnlc DUrrhOM Cured.
This is to certify that I have had
chronic diarrhoea STM linos th" war. 1
got so weak I could hardly walk or d I
anytbing. < Ine bottle of ohamteriaio's
Uoiio, (Jholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
i'ured sas tonnd and well
J It Glbbs, Kmca?tle, Va.
I hod obronie diarrhoea for twelve
yean Ihn I Obamberlaln'i
i' In, Uh< lera and Diarrhoea Hemedy
cured me. S. L Shaver,
Both Mr. Glbbs and Mr. Shaver are
prominent farmers, and reside near
r'incaMle. Va They procured the rem?
edy from Mr W R Despot, a drugg'"1*
of that place, who is well acquaint-d
with them and will vouch for the trorh
of their ht .tenienta For ?tale by M M
It .1. MA RSHALL It. K. BMI i :i
We are now manufacturing
PUKE SPRING WATER.
This ice is an absolutely pure article,
linean?-? the water is boiled and lilt- red
before being frozen
t?T Get^the l>oht article at the Lowest
Price by purchasing from
??s Fredericksburg h...
JOHN F. SCOTT
Hardware and hardware Speclaltl*-.
Uns door below Cbas. Wallaos * Bro.
? rcLL trai or ?
Barb Wire, (?uns, Pistols, Raxort, Knivet
Ac, will be sold at reduced prices to suit th
the time?. Money can be saved by pnrchie,
ni at H?lOTT'8 Hardware Htor*
and tho most of it (AT OOKHKOT
1'RIOES) can be had at
MAGKATU <?? CHESLEY'S.
DON'T FORQET THAT
When you want an easy tfbeve.
As a-ood as a Barber ever ?rave.
Just eall on me at my Saloon,
At morn and eve or busy noon,
I oomb and dross tbe hair w i tb s-ra- ?.
To suit tbe countenance of your face
My room Is neat, my towels clean.
dcisaor* sharp and rasor* keen ;
And all tbat art and skill oan do
If you will call I'll do for you.
Kasors put in order at short notice.
W h HS Y MIR
NOW IS THE TIME FOR
ALL KINDS CHEAP AT
Johnston & Pearson
Manofantnrsr and Dealer In
CABKIAGKB, 8URRKY8, BUOGIIB
CONCORD AND IPIND, I WAU0N1,
Platform Spring Wagons.
Bueinsas and Plssunr? Wsgom of evs-y
description. Special etteM??*n f* ? ic .
palrint and rapatnttnt
Rut It cnn not be cured hy spray?,
trashes and Inhaling; mixtures which
reach only the surface. The disease il
In the blood, and can only ht reached
through the blood, fi H. 8. it the only
remedy which can have any effect upon
Catarrh; it curet th? disease perma
rmntly and forever rldt the system uf
every truce of the vile complaint.
l?ls?_Jo?l?_Ovr?n, ot Montp*.l?r, Ohio,
writ??! "1 wa? at
fllotrd from Infancy
with Catarrh, and no
on* oto know In ?
MfftrlBg 11 produoe?
better than I. Th?
? m ?ml wa?h*(
prttorlbrd by tin doc?
tor? rtlltrtd tu? only
turn po r? r 1 I y , and
though I aied thfot
?x-inltantly for Un y?*ar?, th? disease had ?
firmer bold than trer. I trl?d a Dumber ol
blood rtatdttt, but t!;?*:r uili.aral lngredle ut?
*?tt!?*d tn my txm?*? and gar? me rhaumatlam.
I wa? In a lamentable onndltlnn, and aft?r tt>
haunting all IrtattMBt, wa?dnolar?d Ineurabl?.
St>?lng S. S. S. a?1vi?rtts*d a? a ?ur? for blood
dli?*aiei, I decided to try It A? soon at my
?ystem wat under th? ?ffaetof th? m?dlolnt,
I begin to Improve, and after taking It fest
two month? I wt? ?ur?d completely, th?
dreadful dlit??? w?i ?radicated from my ?yt
tern, and I bar? had no rutara of It."
Many have been taking local treat?
ment for years, and fina themielvcs
wort? now than ever. A trial of
will prort it to he the rieht remedy
for Catarrh. It will cure the mutt ob?
Books mailed free to any addren by
Swift Speolfio Co., Atlanta, (?a.
si 'MM Kit ?RRANORMRNT
BALTIMOI.K, KKKIIKKICKSIIUKO AND
KAI'I'AHANNOCK KIVKK ROI TK.
On and tfter Tuesday, Juli Bth, iteamer?
liu botond, Laootttter and Ratet will
leave Pier S. L'ght Street. Baltimore, every
Tuecdaj and Krtdai tl I .in p. in., for Kred
?urg and all ? barvet on the
Ding, will leave Krederlctsburg atSiSO
p. m. (tide permitting.) Monday, und Thnrs
? lay. I.d?town ut 4.:*i a m., Tuetdajr tod
I inlay fur llaltlmore.
M ednesday. it 4 B p. ra.,
for Nayior's and ail wbarvet below, except
Kay Port, Returning will leave Naylor'sat
- n a. ?.. oo Tburtday for Baltimore.
Leave Baltimore at 4:30 p. m . Tburtdaj.for
Tappahannock and nil ?barvet below except
Itay Port, MUIenbeok and Merrj I'.m.t. Ke
' n. a ?*\e Tappahannock at
'?? a. m. Monday for Maltin
Sf| its rappak ck for Norfolk at IS
stopping at all lai
Will leave Norfolk at? p. m Baturda) for
Tarn ah ?
No freight raoMved for outgoing ?teamen
tft-r 4 p. m , on sailing davi.
Freight received for all itatloni on Po?
tomac Frederickiburg. A Piedmont P.. R.
POTOMAC KtVRK KOCTI
Begii lav. May :tnh it*
P'ltoinac and sue will leave Pier '??. Light
Btnx t, Baltimore, every Tuesday, Tbartdai
ilurday. at S P. M. tor .licxandrUtind
Wtsbl? gton, calling at all of the mui
Insrs. Returning will leave "th Street Wharf,
Washington, tt 4 P. M. fin-lay, Thurvdaj
mi ! Sunday, gmntr as lar at Leonard to WO i'ii
?enlngt, Will leave Leonardtown ?t
I A M.. Ktnaalt tl 12 ?i P. M.. Miller'? at .1 P.
M., U raton'? tl 1 P M. and Btcon'i at 7 I*. M .
Mon-iay. Wednesday and Friday, arriving in
Haltimnre early I ? Og morning.
renn i d daii] In llaltlmore.
Freight received dally at Pier ?, Light
HBNKV WILLIAMS. Agent,
at llaitimore, Md
dTBPH KNSUN 4 BKO., Agents.
at Washington. D. C
KKV COMPTON. Agent,
at Norfolk, Va
W. D. SCOTT, Agent,
tt Krederlekshurir. Va
H. R. QOULDMA?
AND DRALXR IN
lient?' Furnishing Good*
My Stock It now complete In every depart?
ment, consisting of the latest stylet and beat
fabrica from French, English, Scotch and
American manufactures, selected with the
?rreatett care with the view to supplv the
want? and taste of every customer. ifvury
Bottom Prices and Satisfaction
A.HO full Une of Gente Furnishing Good?
inch as Drees Shirts. Night Shirts, Drawers,
Collars, CuCs, Gloves, Suspenders. Scarf?.
Ties, Silk and Linen Handkerchief? Half
Hose, Scarf Pint, Cuff and Collar Buttons,
Watch Chains and Charms, Silk, Alpaca antl
Gingham Umbrella?, <fcc.
ajBT Call and txamlnt our ?tear
and fre< thf vr to make you estimate on
WATER u \i.v\Ni/.i:n
TANK^ IRON OR W4JOD.
WIND MILLS & PUMPS
and all kinds
?tnii, Haags; m Heaters.
We are prompt. We guaran?
E. K. WHEELER,
Successor of William? A Wheeler), oonductt
the UNDERTAKING BUSINESS at the old
?Und, corner Main and Charlotte street?. All
ordert from home and abroad promptly and
satisfactorily attended to elth.tr at night or
Hearts and Carriage? alwayi ready to at
tend funerala. Thankingthe pnblic for pa?
ornase to generously basto wed. ht atki
oontlnnsne? of tht ?tro?.
GEO RGE FREEMAN. JR
Highest cash price paid for country
BUY THE BEST.
mi.i'?K"' THE WONDERFUL WILSON HEATERS
are lined with .Stiel, makiiitr tht-m nion- durable than others. Tbe onlr I ? a"-r bavin* the
OOTKIDI-'DOWN I'KAKT." which la aaoet Important.
VY. n. nUbbLLL & ?bUN* kkku.uickshuk
With Pleasure I Tender My Thanks
t?i and a?-t-ur<> my friends, patrons and the buying public of my high
appreciation of tie cordial support they have given _M I have the largest and
iiioit complete line of OBOOBBIES carne-l by any house in Frederickibnrg.
They are bought at Ko-k Bottom Prices and will be sold at very small profits.
I also seil the bent brands of Lime, Cement, Cabined Plaster, Hasard ?t
Dupont Powder, Stoneware, Nail?, Hay, Peed. Tobaooo, Cigars. Cigarettes, ?fco.
I am also agent.for the Elbra Brand Mixed Paint It is a higher grade and bet?
ter quality of
than haw ever been pu' on the market of its class, and more ECONOMICAL TO
B- J. MARSHALL
taltsstStyles BrsesletS, Wedding Bingi. Watches Silver and (?old Long Neck
ri.,? si LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
tfatcbei Clocks, etc., repaired. The Best H|>ectacles in town. Kyes er ?tu?
rn ?M free of charge.
A. LOEWENSON, Jeweler & Optician,
U?? MAIN BTBSBT, FREDERICK SBl'ltO, VA
ECKENRODE, PERRY & CO.
THE BIG STORE!
M ?r. - . anything yon want. CLOTHING, EHOBS, HATS, OENT8'
PURNISHINOS. Cull and see us before you buy.
THERE ARE SHOES AND SHOES.
Proa the way our BsjuilMSfl h ih steadily increased it proves that we are giving
ood values in footwear. It has always been our aim to sell Shoes that wear Our
SHOES. SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS
wen never better than they ar this season. Try a pair.
M "J ? ?A M J. F. BROWN.
7O Hillions in the Clothing Trade
Tins combine ha* been formed for the purpose <if r-ircmir the (?re e nt stodaSal
tbe p ople, and Oil tbe pockets of tbi 1 ?- 'ari-.i war against *u< h devils
itri-i will iiK'it in deft use oi tbe < ommon people.wbo bave UM le Boney.bul iuu?t haw , i-.th?t
Men's ??uits from ?1 SB to ft.'?'1
Hoy* iiiiiN tromtUoeDU to ?.00.
Men's shoes ir<>m 78 to ti -'?'>?
- Une samples iboes Ji W *? E .''. wortii double tbe monev
Ladles sample shoes, tll!<?. 50 cents totUtt
Baby shms u cents to -a.
lioVSSUltl Irom ? - i.A.
- ikirta, tin?-, Si i?j t?> ll ',").
Ledli its40 oents t >9L78
Silk bO< ' out.
SPgClAL.?We bave a very fine line of suits, worth from 12 to ltd Ha" we will close out
from 16.00 to 17.80. W< bad - ?>, Qfactui Bff .sine**, but as tbe
1.?st* have forced tbe priced cloths up. we wl . oontiaue to uy 'in broten mer
1 hunts mu! continue to sell n.1- al one ball what regular merchants oaa il st.
HARRIS & CO *" <'OMMKK< K W" Ssattn ?1 M 1. Pitman's Old
NEW YORK BARGAIN HOUSE.
of exquisite music you
will think it is when you
hear the sympathetic
tones and melodious ca?
dences of the new
we have just received.
Particularly soothing and enchanting would its
harmonies be as they floated through your rooms
or mixed in harmony with the breath of fragrant
blossoms on your piazza or lawn. Call and see the
sample we have, and let us quote you prices.
Adams' Book Store.
MRS. D. E. SMITH <fc CO.,
GREAT MID-SUMMER REDUCTIONS
We are making prices now that be?
wilder our competitors. Everybody wonder how
we can do it. We are going to close out everything
that has summer stamped upon it, at regardless of
So listen to our song
o? low prices
H pices of 5c. Lawns reduced to 3c
25 piece? of 80. and 10c. Lawns reduced to 5c
100 pieces floe Organdies, wortb from 12 '?c. to 20c., reduced to 8)?.
About 800 boxes of Gent's tine Neglegee Shirts to be
sold at a sacrifice. Don't buy a shirt or anything else until
you have gotten our low ??rices.
5. G. Wallace,
We Have Got Them at Last.
Having bought at my trip North last week goods way below manufacturer's
price. Men's Oalf Boots, hand sewed, worth $7 50, at $3 50; Men's Oalf Pegged
Boots at 12.00; Ladies' Oxford Ties, worth fl.?O, at $1 00; worth $1 25, at 860.
Misses' Oxfords from #1.00 to 40 oents ; Ohild's 26. My stock most be sold. No
r sonable offer refused for any goods. Gome and examine my stock and be
Henry Wissner, ?? m?i? street.
We have just received a large lot of
FLOWER POTS AND CUSPIDORS.
Gardeners, we can give you lowest prices?
SPECIAL PRICES ON DOZEN LOTS.
BOSTON VARIETY STORE.
t?oxt to McCrscken A Bro. SOS Co m me Me Street