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Devoted toAgrlcultural,Commercl8l and Manufacturing InterestsofFrederlcHsburgandil- eTldewalcrandPIedmontCountry
Vol 17, No. HO. Fredericksburg, Va.. Tuesday, October 14. 1902. Eight Pagfs. Price, 3 Cents. GRAIN. H A Yand MILL-FEED G. A. HAX &. CO., bntaldished 1MM2. 143 North St. BALTIMORK Ml?. G. A. ZIRCKEL*CO Bot? - ; ,? Towers' Oiled nothing. Hat?, Rtc !'? r? leid" Htid ? i \ -i ,-|.I.i:,r- M.-rni ul Hi.in.l M.i. km' Boston ?ml ?Voonsocket, Bay "tale and Rhode Island Rnbln-i Bootsand bboes fobs in Rubliera at all tun? .. 7 ind 9 ? Pratt Bt, .>;?; Raltinsors Md. I. S S? 111 i.-M 1 i.-iioi.-v \1 I; Si 111 i:\11 nil?.us. 1 ?ST v 1:1 i-hii. i\ 1 802 C. S Schermerhorn & Son? . S'il . I I V I II-. Sllll-I'l P- . I ?1 M GRAIN. HAY! MILL FEEDS BEST VIRGINIA LU? ....127 CHEAPSIDE, BALTIMORE l!.-f.-niic.'s l.y Perminaiun: I'.inn.i-' nnd M? Hull 1111. .r.-. Md.; <>r. Ilnulal n ?> ! ? ?V I ?i 111 "- ' ...e??ititisi'i?M?i:m 1: soldi 11 i.ii RICHARD J. BIGGS & CO." Commission Merchants, 229 Bouth Btn .... Md Prompt. Sa!. s, Psvorablc i'' IT. FRANK ^""SOITS, Woolen and ?Cotton Rags, Iron Metnls. Cum Shoe-;, etc leaovtaos Mullikin St.. Baltimore. Md ? v o ?> THE ? * <? ? Great pall Stock -AT THE MIGHTY CASH CORNER in now complete and ready tor yoTjT ?ns|vection. Mr Timberlake, after many days'acoaring the Northern markets, lias succeeded in securing f??r cash the cheapeel stock of FALL and WINTER GOODS that luis ?-ver been exhibited in this nurket. These w?l! gi?/e y>>n g fiiint idea oi how mach cheaper we sell than othi A R?>od heavy 40 inch brown cotton, worth f.'.c our price Ji per J I good lirai, ?root KeracT, worth 15c onr price ..?.'.?? per yard. Good 50: Um? brellas here for -,.,.' Men's good heavy Bcece-linc?! Underwear, worth 50c,9m mighty caan price sjc. Good Calicoes here t?>i ec ("...ol Giaghams r-.er. .4c A little nen |achel in the new eaatoi abade, north $$, here for f,\ ;.s. |nst su? b bargains in ?v? ry department, Grestel reinen than erermWool I)rcs> Goods, Ladies* sad Children's Wraps. Blanket?, etc. All we ask is for von t.. ...me to see ns. If wc don't Save Vou Big Money wc don't want von tol.uv. Remember", there is bat one Might?/ C?sl-, Corner. G. Frank Timberlake k Co. B. T. li.ik.-r's old Stand, Market Corner, FVederickabtirn;, Va. Order Now! Cut and wiro nails Galvanized poultry wire Bar iron ami steel Shovels, spades and hors Horse and innle shoes Pixie plows and castings Horse shoe nails Ready-made wheels and stoves Bon't Wait lor Higher Prices. Harris Hardware Company 409*= QffQAD ST. RICHMOND VA, Boston Baking Company Washington, D C. ?MAKE TIIK? BEST BREAD IN TOWN And tliey ship to customers win. know of its ?n. rit hundreds <?f miles from Washington. THE BOSTON VARIETY STORE Conserves St., Is the Fn-?lt'riikHlnir?r ?i^nt for tliis tntobroted bread; tli.-y gel it by ?press. fresh daily, uii.l lot? ()f Kredericksl.nr'' poo].!.? l.uv in? other brand, anil we ?want you for h customer. ???-?"^???_________^_______^___________________ B, K. WKH.llT. , NS , BOWDEB, WRIGHT & CROWDER, General Commission Merchants, Itna K. ritrv street. Blilaiuaj, v?. w,- ?..ib-it ? trial ?fcliianal. Websadai I'oul ?7>l?*ti5_ \ e -2T uT' __*J??5?" and Dried), Uenbs, Caires, Cattle, \V??1. Wheat, CnfSW ?ta, J? ?narnate? Hbrheal Market hie? and Prompt Retaras. IMi-iwiii' (''.v consent), riann-r? Natksas? Bank. ' J. L. LI?7DSAY, '"TKMA,NS?;|1 RICHMOND, VA. Ell \W?NCHPST?R ^WUST TAKE WW* REPEATING SHOTGUNS WaWWWvtaTtBffmL A Winchester Take-Down Repeating Shotgun, with ?IjPJQyfWji HI a strong shooti:;,;, full choked barrel, suitable for ?11 1 *_, %?M I I tr,P or 0ULk shoe-tin??, snd ?n extra interchangeable ?if I f iW-n?lM modified ci?okeorcyhndcrbore barrel, for?eidbhoot aflinfj-Mf I M SnR' '"'* at onIy *<*200- Dealers sell them for r?Will r??VU fcfl ''*** This make* a serviceable ?11 rour.J gun within Bavin V/? _fvl_ I rc*c'1 ?' everybody's .pocket book. Winchester lii/if III Shotguns outshoot and outlast the most expensive Saw / ,,I ?_?a B I double barrel guns snd sre Just as reliable besides. BW?ajfcrj/ka-l ^WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., ? SEW HAVES'. C0.V.V. (Ill KKICKS I O? It I I V.?v Substitut- I r Lo .1 ? 11 nay a ?I as antbrncil but it la a wboh' lot better than bitumi nous and lient? wood all hollow, said ?Ir I..-. ' Smith, h representative of the Infusorial Karth Maoufactnrii [iniiv. in ?peaking of the solution o| the f.i.-l problem. Th.- company's proposition is simply nothinji nu ?re or leas than an oiled l.ri.-k. which w ill burn from thrft-qBarters of un hour to nabtMiraad aqnarter,throw Ins out Rival h. it at an Infinitesimal ,-."-t With n relay ? t these brick? and .-,,-. lit* worth o( kerosene oil you can ki ep a -love uoii l; ail day heat the boil er. cook all yoar meals and be comfort? ably w arm, a ?thonl a bit of woi ? of coal. If all the hri-ks which the com pen?, bos to ??Bee are like those with which Mi Smith experimented, a vi ry a. ????[.table substitut?- for luir I coal leed been found. The plant of the rompan y is on the Itappabaanoek rii.rin Virginia, where ii has absolute control of the peculiarly porona earth out of which th>s,- brick? are aaannfaetored. II;.- imt thai bricks made oat <>f this e.irtii would absorb keron as aad burn has been known for -ome years, und just a i,.v ?t has not u-en proclaimed before is only explained by the statement thai no situation each as the present bad arisen tosttmalata the ideas ..i th.- brick manufacturers und bring them out in the role ..I pul.lie hem (actors. | Mr. Smith took one of these bricks measurisg 1- ?neneslong by about five inches deep and five acroes, and soaked it in ihr?-?- pints of kerosene oil. Aftas th.-..il bad been absorbed by the brick which took oul.v a few minutes Mr Smith placed it in the kitchen stove and applied n match. Immediately the entire I.rick beiri.il to llame mid for three ,|iuirt ers of mi hour burned flow Iv and steu.l ily. Th.-tin-was a brilliant one and the oren was heated thoroughly In every r- s|M-et tor three quartereof as hour the oiled brick was a success, and no liner Brefor either cooking or beating'eould I hare been desired. lust before the flame died. Mr Smith replaced the first brick with a new one. which had bees ?oakins ?n oil for a few minutes, and tin- performance aras ri? pea t.-d for another thrae-qaarters of an hour. It explaining the beat-giving propensi? ties o? this brick Mr. Smith said "There is nothing, very reunir kal.le a I .out it I ml we believe that it will solve the fuel prob lern more successfully than any t h ins: that has vet been offered,and easapsr than anything elas. The earth nut ?.I which the brick is made is porous und the brick absorbs the oil very rapidly. Ordinarily three pint? of oil are enough tobar?a brick for an hour. AI tin- end of that time all you have todo is to take I In brick out. rub tbeaoot .ni with a awed of paper or cloth and soak it in oOngein. It will burn hast BS well and just a? meg nu it did the first time and you can re peat the performance Sgalfl and nuain jusl as long BS yon have the brick 11 will never wear out and y on cannot hum the brick. The only danger is in lettinir it fall It will break, but then you can burn the pieces." Accordinir to the New ^ ork Sun con sideral.le stir ha i bean created in that city over the .use..very that the ordinary tint, hollow, term eotta brick, if plunged into kerosene, will burn for half an lu-ni. grrhag ont a strong heat ?Baltimore Sun. Stop? tha Cough and works off the Coll. Laxative ltrotno tJuinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No l'lire, no l'ay I'rice -'."> cents. St. I,nuis ?m exploiting the boodhna now . arid later it will introduce its ex? position. It proposes lo k(i-|. before tie limelight.? Iliriiiingham Aire-Herald. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. Tl-is preparation contains all of the . is and digests all kinds of food. It gires instant relief arid n?>ver fails tocara. It allows you to cat all the food yon ?sant. The most secaltl** stomachs can tak?- It. By ItSBM many thousands of dyspeptlea have been enred after ererything elas failed. It prevents formation of gas on thi'storo a<h, relieving a'.i distress after eating. Dieting unnecessary. I'leasanttotake, ?t can't help but do you good f?repare<1onlrhyE. O Tir.Witt.vCo . I I.less? TawSt. no*4W? contain? 1* tuae???vs?Dc ssm Thr ti. A k Parade In Washinjlon Ins parade devoted entlrefj to the (?rand irmy, and devoi-l of every 1rs Hire ol Illii:' , uiiiiv oidalile. There was m ?me atti m- pie i an- be display . an?! were welcome?] bj tbe crowd with appre cialive ap| -111in sent, for instance, marched under ombrel las painted to r. pn s-nii -I giant ?unflo? nd they made a quaint andstriking appearance. It a . t., t. II at lice t Ile sectil -II? Ol the CO II ?i I r.V from which nu spreading green palms m?Ve. a? l.r'i tie K lor id a men wen- ?beltered, * the - carried by the LoaiMna poat? oi wheel m the band? of the. asea from Minnesota ami N.-rlh I- pine tr.s- which vv as the insignia of the Main - ,i ion. tin- magnifia m pair of horns which preceded Lbs Department oil All these emblem? invest..! th.- parade with aa interest that appealed in th. rrowd. Nor were iinllv idual details lack in g. The girl la white who ntarcbtdjwi'h th. I 8. ? Irani I'ost, of i bieag >: the lady cometisl who soinch,! the bugle calla for another lllinoi? organisation: I the figure ol Lacle S?m, with the North Dakota department, and evea theatntfed hald h.-iv.li .1 eagle which was trina pbantly carriel by the ban (lane I all tin at vv ? re ragt rlv seise I upon bj crow .Is as ? i dem tion And don't lot agi th.- tnll man w it I, the high hat. He tow. red into the air almost as high aa th<- Washington .Mon uineiit ami created tl ?enaatioa from one end of the Avenue tO the other. "For three day a and night? I ?ni agon? untold from an attack of cholera niorbus brought mi by eating eucum Is-rs. " say s M. i: Low tli-r. cleik of th> ilistricl court, lent.-rv ill.- Iowa ' 1 thought I should anrely die, and ti i diff? n-rit luedirini - l?ul all fail no purpose. I m-iit for a hot tie of (ham beriaia s ? oh.-. i'm.l?-r.i. and Diarrhoea Remedy an?! three dosss relieved n. tlrely. This remedy is lor aale by M M Richmond Inventor Breaks Speed Kecord Mr Edward .1 K.-lly. ,,f Richmond, claim? io have invented a contrivance w Inch will demonstrate tin- maximum of s|?*.-d in the way of \ isd.le. material ob (sets His iuveuiion. intended only for mail earrying purposes, wlll.il i-said travel s,, fast that it will destroy itself in a Hani" liy friction. The highest reas .-I the inventor can count onisj.'.o miles an hour, and this, be says will be attained without difficulty, wini.it will Is- possible to run a car at the rat?- ol I ? >? ? miles an hour, or as fa-t as near travel withoal burning itself up. By this car it would be possible to sead a letter from Richmond to San francisco in twelve honra: from Rishaiond to \> ? York in a lii l le more t han an hour. In order to prove thai be ia absolutely correct in his claims he will exhibit the machine some time during the boree show on a specially const mcle.l truck, mar tin horse show building. There he will run the car on switchss. showing it at I he bigbest possible speed within aoeirmm scribed a position, and then the invention will be offered to the I S Uovemmenl Catarrh Cannot be Cared i ?ni. LOCAL.APPLICATIONS, sa in-v ras not r.-n. li the anal ot I lie .li-, i ? III.I >>r colwtitulluB ,,,i ,1, ,.r ?1er t?? cure It you meet take Internally, anil arta illrrrtlr on tbe 1.1.1 and m,i lace? li ?? - I ?turril i nr- i- sot a tiuack I by one ..r tbe la a regalar prescription ii ?a i-ompoeerl of the best ton Ira known, r-otnl.lneil with Uta beal blood purifler? acting illrertlj on th? nation ol di. i w ii logn : ,-.. ?ii. I, wonderful reanlu in raring Catar monhtla free. . M i;\ il .v i -i Prop? . Toledo, (.. S.ilil l.v druggist? ;??;, ,? Toe. Hair* Family fl I? ..r,- th? The cattle are coming in such droves from far w*< Stern pasture hells that snr ticieiit transportation cannot Is- found for them. Still the Reel Trust |*-rs' tassaaarlioa thai BrnreJtToleatth?lathe cause of the high prices oi meal I'hiin delphia Record. Natural A?\lcty Mothers r.?par.l approaching winter i with uneasiness, children take c. easily No diseasecosts more little lives than croup. It's attack is so sodden thai tin-sufferer in often lieyoml humnn aid before the doctor nrriv.> S I, yield readily to Osa Miente i oagh i are ?.?unities the iiiiiciiH,allays inlhiiiui'i.i ion r.-tnov.-s danger. Absolutely s.if.- \,i? immediately ('lires roughs, colds, grip, bronehil's. all thron' und hint trouble 1 s \|,Midion.llnmplon.lia ? \ l.iidcold rendered me voiceless just Is-fore an ora tortealeoateel I intended to srithdras bat took Oas Minute lough Cure. It Tc I my voiceiiitimeto win theiiuslal ' D l llownutu. A WORD TO I ARM TOILERS. Pa?ne's Celery Compound Tin* Home Friend of the Fir ;uul His Family in the AlltUIll!; E \iti r the labora and to?e of the sum ' n.er time, and ha**? eating of crop? in the ?early autuma, many of onr farmers, their daughters, and sons, hud them ?elves inn condi thin of bealt I. demand im: careful attention if suBering is to Is' avoided later oa. Many experience ki.l ney trouble in some form; with some the liver i? torpid; there is biliousness, nausea and vomiting, with los-of appetite and depression of spirit- Thousands who have been exposed to cold, damp winds and rains while toiling ?u tin- Barreal | fields, now f?? I the I a Ingle III terrible rheumatism; others run down by worry. overwork and irr. guiar dieting are t. ,r ini-nted with the pangs ol dyspepsia. To the thousands of rundown, -icklv and half dead men and woSaTB in farm hoiiiis we recommend with all honesty ? ii I confidence tin- worker'? friend, l'aine'? < elery Compound, the only m.sii cine that can quickly ami fully restore ih t.. tin- weak body and vigor to the muscles. I'alan's Ci h ij Coatposnd tone, the stomach; it removes poisonous I acids from the blood which cause raea mati-iii: it fee?Is li',' in-.ll, Bad diseased aerveaand hnnisbea neuralgic tortures: i it purities tin-Id, m.,1 urn! gives true vitality and life. The ose of Palne's Celery C-?m poiiml in autumn means t he . staMisbing of a per fee I physical vigor to withstand the rigors oi h severe waster. | Diantond Dyes Sivo money nndaffoTd (rashness und i [?reusing ehniige in what you w.-.-ir. Direction l???ok uiul I.". ilv.-,! samples fren. DIAMOND Dl BS, Burlington, - - - \ t. Spa;.-tit ?si? Noli? and Personals ' (Correspoedeaee of Tin Km a: l.v stubl.s. Va .October 8, 1903 \ cry few of the farmers have prepared their wheel htnd. Some few have just finished drilling. Among them M? --r S?m and Hugh I'arker. The majority ? >f termers are occupying their apare ato BSeStS, vv ?ill.- waiting for the land to dry. with husking rom. i'.-ed and corn is I thought to be injur? ,f very inu.-li bv the recent storm. \\V are glad to hear that Mr. ? Ma--cy i< convalescent Mrs I, .Tinder, near Hell's Mbui'ls. is m. better. I?r. and Mrs. T. .1 Welch, fr-mi Penan ?-?.la. Fla.,are visiting l?r Us sist?-r. Mrs. 'Huh. H .lories, and Mrs Wn. S Talley, In thin county Mr. Addle Bell has a fiae crop <>f tobac Cl. said to Is- theprt ttiest latfaia section The heavy rain storm kept our people from attending court, fearing high water. i Prof. Arthur Thompson bad a fall ami ??ut his bead very badly Tuesday Dixie, I Cure? Rheumatism ssd Catarrh-Mediclee . Sent Free Send no money ? simply write and try Botanic Blood Halm at our expanse. Botanic lM?.<rrl Bahn (B. B. H.) kills or il. stroy s the poison ill the blood which causes the awful aches in back an?! shoulder blades, shifting pains, ditlicujty ?u moving fingers, t??-s <>r legs, bone pains swollen muscles and joints of rheum at ism. or the ion I breath hawking, spilling, droppings in throat, bad hear ing. speck? Hying before the eyeS, all nlaved out feeling of catarrh. Botanic. Blood Bahn has cured baladrada of cases of .".o or lo years ?tending after doctors, h??t springs and patent inediciii?-? had all failed. Moat of these eared aagfanni had taken Blood Balm BS m last resort It is especially advised loeahinanFtdaaasaaatad cases. Impossible for any one to suffer the agonies or sy mptoins of rheumatism or catarrh while or after taking Blood Bahn, it massa the blood pun- and rich thereby giving a healthv blood supply Carea an- assnsnaeat aad not a patching up Drug stoess, SI per large bottle. Sample of Blood Halm sent free and pre piii also s|?-<ial medical advice by de scribing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Ha. Valuable Animal? Poisoned. Three tine blooded horses the i>r<>|s-rty of Mr. lie Besttat, <>f tbe lUooaaingdale St.; k I -arm. near Richmond died Wed ?ssslaj night. The <-st?mated value of t he tour animals is .*_' 000 The simultaneous illness of this.piar tctte of horses, and the death of tare?, is ,-it |i i'.ii ted t.? nial ?eii i us poisoning. The nain?- of the guilty js-rson is not known. The Wer?! rorm \lultiludes are singing the praise* of K.slol. the 'lew discovery which is Bjsnl ing s<> many sick peonas well and weak people strong by diasatian w hat theyeat by cleansing ami ?weeteiiing Ihestomaeh ami by transforming their food into the kind of pur" rieb, red Mood that makes TOB feel good a0 over. Mrs. t'ranlill. of Troy, I I'.. writes: Tora number of years I was troubled ??th indigestion ami SySpSfMSn which grew int-> the worst form. Finally I was hid mud to use Kodol and after using four bottles I am entirely cure?!. 1 heartily rec-ommend Kodol to all sufferers from in.Hgee.tiou and dysHimia. Take a BOSS niter meals , It dige-ts what you eat D C. How man The Late C?pt. J. S Barnet The September sambar of theCo?deder ' tte Veteran costabas the following urti ?I.- on the late i ipi .1 v Ban i a;,' Joseph Nicholson BSTSSJ vv .-, . ?orn in Baltimore, August 25th, 181ft, Ilia father Hon .lohn Homey, servadla the I lilted Mate ( ongless Irotll 1844 tO I84H,sad hi- grandfather. Commodore Joshua Barney, i s K., wnsdietinguhth ?d in the war of the Revolution by his lefease of Philadelphia, defeating the British ship of war. liemral Monk, with us own vessel, the lly.br Alii, and by ? ii- gallantry in the battle of Bladenebarg. (apt. Barney saturad the navy ?n 1h:i?. Hid gradual d at the bead of his class in Is.;.", Ileaerved ail..at continuously rom 1835 to 1861, visiting all parts of tin- world, pacsiag twice around the ?Jobe. In.I une. 1861, being on foreign ser vice, he resigned as lieutenant ?u the I s \.ivy. and on his return t<> th.- i altad -laic- in .Inly emend the Confederate Mary ?erviee with the same rank, lie ?raeordered t.. tas fsiamlons. shkh look part in the famous I lanipton Roads j igh? itetweea the Monitoraau Merrhnae, ? or Virginia. Later the fans at? an was seed to transfer guns and ammunition from Norfolk to Richmond, running past I'ort Monroe at night. When th Saat came up the James, the gana of the Jamestown were placed at Dreary'a Bluff, and the vessel sunk in the channel. These guns aiilcd largely in defeating the Federal Hast, and won a promotion to : theeocsmaader by tin- Confederate Cos gross for "gallant ami ?arltorioaacos? luct. the only such promotion in the navy. In 186:1 be was ordered to nuil ?iiand the Harriet 1,-ine l.at.-r he SB ?etjt to Hurope. ami took command of the Florida, which had basa built in Engtaad, and then pal lato Brest. France. for outfitting lapt. Hamey armed and manned th.- I'h.ri,m. but OB aeeOBBt of] ill health was relieved of Sh?- command ' of thai vi-sel. bal as issaainad abroad I until the clos?- of the war. After th- war 'n- lived ?n Powhataacossty until 1874, w hen lie removed to Frederfeksbnrg, Va . where be resided until the tim?' of his; death .l'un- 16, 1890. \n intelligent.: faithful, ami I Pristina man. BS was the1 deeotsd asad of s I Title lisa hosssnold and a onaanialeil ruling elder of the i'reabj teriaa church. I *>v<- lorhJaehareh was one of lite distim tit e features of his character \V hen the summon- c imehe wasn-ady. and said to his pa-1 or: " I am only w ail ing " Sustained and rooted by am! un falteriagtreat, heapproaebad bis grate. Hike one that wraps tin- drapery of his c. inch Iboel him, and tfee down to pleasant dreams. ' It Happened Is a Druj, Store. "Oneday last winter a lady came ho my drug atore and aaked lor a brand of cough medicine that I did not have in stock," says Mr. C. l?. 'irandin. the pop ular druggisi of Ontario, N V. "She was liaappolnted and wanted to know what ?.r?paration 1 could ret-omini-ud. I ?aid ! to her that I could fr. elv recommend rhamhtriala'a i nagli Bisnmlj ami that; sh?' .-oiild take a bottle of the reined- and after giving it nfahr trial If aha did not Bad it worth the money t-. bring bach ? the bottfeand I would refund the price paid, lu the course ofl? day or two the lady came hack in company with a friend m need of a cough medicine aa advise?! her to buy nhot tie of Ch am her?ala'a I '..ugh Kcmcdy. i consider that a very good n coiiimeiidation For the remedy ' It is for *alf by If, M. U'wis We would sugget that the I'residen I appoint a committee of arbitration com posed of lohn I. Sullivan, .lames .I 1er belt. Hobelt l-'itzsiiiiinons. Ja Jeffries and Terence Mcliovern to call on the coal operators and reason with j them Memphis Commercial Appeal. Whenyou cannot ?levp for coughing, it is hardly necessary that any one should tell you that you need a few i 'liauils'rlaiii s I ?.ugh Remedy to allay the irritation of t In- tliro.it. and make sleep possible. It is good. Trv it Korsale by M. hi. Lends The Virginia and Carolina Trust Com? pany, with a -apital of 11,000,000 was organized at Norfolk. BONE FOOD Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding. Call the disease rickets ii you want to. The growing child must eat the rii^lit food for gitmth. Bones must have bone food, blood must have blood food and so on through the list Scott's Emulsion is the right treatment for soit bones in children. Littledoseseveryday give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should have. Bow legs become straighter, loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft heads. Wrong food caused the trouble. Right food w ill cure it. In thousands of ca-ts Scott's Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhood. Send b>r free simple. SCOTT A? BOWNE, Chemists. 40W-4I5 Pi-arl Street. Now Yorfct. joe. ?ml ?? ?i ; ?Il ?Itnggi-t?. Ready M?vde Pants $1.65 From Our Own Goods. WOOLEN MILL STORE INHKR COR WAT, GORDON I ??AUNKTT'S BANK. I.. II. Ni'i ni i sni. Tres.. F. !.. l.rCoMCTS, Vlre-I'res. K. Ki 1t SB, Ser-'y. a Tresn, rlEUDEGKEf? Toteo Company. H?1. 108 Centre Market Space, TOI, 703 E. I.< un hard St.. Haltimore. Md., SSO I'enn. .Hi'., Y W, Wash? ington, I). C. Manufacturer? and Jobbers of Plug and Smoking Tobacco, Cigars, Cheroot?, OsgarotSaa, Snuff, I 'inea and Smoker'? Article? at Kock-liottom Prices. Iiistributor? of tbe famous Geo. W. Chllds mo. cra-_v:R,. A full line of Clear Havana Cigars. Bay Grain & plour Go. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. GRAIN, FLOUR, HAY, Etc. 101 S. (i.-iv fJUaaS, BALTIMORE IVID. Dealers Wanted To handle our lines of RAMILY MACHINES in unoccupied territory. lor prices ami particulars ?lrop na a postal i aid, and same will bave prompt iitti-ntion. If Integrated In MACHINES formanu iacturing purposes. Clothing ol all de? scriptions, Mattrtvses. or for,anything else, estbnatai will lrr- rhii'rfully given. Va inanufai-tnn' the only Button Hole Machine in the world that will make a purle?! stitch, barred en?! button? hole without having to ebaage the tensions. I or further particular? address The Suns&ri Sewiog an?cl?u'Go |o.? K. Itroad Street. Richmond. Va. Thomas, tub snoir anil Hatter, TALKSI MM Anybody could sell Shoes and Hat? as cheaply as we do, if they could sell as many, and it coat them do more to sell them than it cost? us. and if they could sell them as (?< H ?J? as our* (Here Is where they get WAV behind.) Hut ihelKin't-Know-Howdiseais is their trouble. Let em alone; they 're doing the best they can? don't shoot 'ees. J.\^. Thomas, Shoer avnd Hotter.