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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 8 March 1901

VOLUME X. I Weekly Jcurnal Devoted to the Interesu of larxaster County in Particular; the Kortftern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in Gsneral, and the World at Large. IRV1NGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1901. NlTMBEB 22. L0R6 PURSE SEINES: AND POUNDS. !SET? The use of Lord's Nettiug is Btead ily iucreasiDg iu the C'heeapeake Bay fisheries. Write for prtces aDd careful estimates. :H. & C. W. LORD, BOSTON, MASS. WHY NDT TRY FRANK 0. WATKINS & C0? 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., BTJILlDISTGr MATERIAL. SASH, FKAMKS, HAM) KA1L8, I>OOR8, MANTELS, SA\VEI> aml BLINI>S, MOVLDINGS, Tl'USED WORK.etc. ALL K!M>S at LOW I?H!< ES. ODD WOilK niade PrtOMPTLY. For So",h"B AgeBt8 Carter's Oil Clothing WOONSOCKET AND BOSTON RHODE ISLAND AND BAY STATE BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOTS AND SBOES, UOODYEAR ULOYE COMPANY'S GOODS. MONTAQUE & BUNTING, Eubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place, - - NORFOLK, VA. Sash, Hardware, Doors, Mantels. Blinds, Qrates. .? C. A. NASH & SON,...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 8 March 1901

OBMOCRATIC WIIERLY. rSRMS: $1.00 per year in a.ivauce ? W. MeDONALD LEE, EDITOR. Frlday, March H. lOOl. MCKINLEY'S AODHESS. "We are now at peace with the world." So reads the opening speech. When did Aguinaldo again die? Wbat a travesty upon *ruthaiidpure politics! The close of the address is significant?"We will uot leave tbe deetiny of loyal millions in the is lands to disloyal thousands who are in rebellion against the United States. Order under civil institu tion will come as soon as those who uow break the peace shall keep it. Force will not be needed or r.3ed when those who make ;var against us shall make it no more." "Honesty, capacity and indostry are nowhere more irvlispensible than in public employment" Piagan. Neely and Rathbone, as esampleb! "When we aasembled here on the 4th of **aroh, 1897, there was a great nnxiety with regard to the cur rency and credit. None exiats now." ? Sure; the capitalists have it all their own way. The cry of the com mon peopledoes notrcach th...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 8 March 1901

RELIG10US APPOWTMLM* Mv.xiionisT. Rav. CV K. JAMfsa, I'astor. IrTinaton. Firat and 1 ?? I A. X 14 Secondmi'i *? *;.?'. ** Prayt r t.j Whlt*8tone. Klrat an. * ?, " 8? .UA.m. rleet a laland. " M. Th i ? ? PoplarNwek. F?>,3rti? ?- ?? <-. iay.aV.M8 Kev. H. K. Hi-NTt.r.T. IV -:,>r. Whlte Maroh. Pli | . Thlid Sundaj l v' Kohobotb, Flrst Sun . Ibird Suti day tl A. M Bluff Potut, Fi at *u> p. M.. Kirth SuikIim |J A. M. Edycly, Booond Mmd.ij il A. M.. roiuib s>uu day S P. M. Ilethel, Sooond Sunday 3 P. M., Fourth Stu day 11 A. M. BAP'I 1ST. Bky. F. W.Clav :i;oos. Pastor. Irvlnifton.8iH.tind andFi.iT-f'^undi ?. ?* Firat iiml j ii. (Preuiliiuv or Pi.,-. Wleomtc<i. Flrs>t and ". i A. V. Kllmarnoek, Seeoud and Fourt i >;n.dayf, 11 Bluff Poiut Chapei. Fourth Miik!?j ";.'? P. M. Rar. O. Y. Oradi.kv. Paator. Wblte Stono, Firat and Tbml Sundaya at 11 A. M.: 8eoond and Fourih JSuti days 8 p, tu. Flecta Ialand, SSeoond aud Fourth Sundaya at 11 A. M.; PlrM aud Tblrd Suu daya 3 p...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 8 March 1901

^^SlIM t "NVashinoton. March at?IU th's dls pourso Dr. Tulmace calls for a wnrra friendsblp betwcen those who ; the gospcl and Ifeaaa arha) aaaka new* papcre, the apafcaa arard aad tba prtafe ed wonl to go sido l>y side: fxt. I.nke xvi, 8, "The ebJMraa of this waaM are ln their generntiou wiscr tbaa tba *ti:l dreu of ligbt." Sacred siupidiiy nnd aelaaaa Inconi petency add aanetitied laabM aa are hero rebuked by Ghtfat Da aaj ? worldlings are wlder awake for apportanlttaa ihan are Chrlstlans. Men of tbe world grab occasions, while Christian p.-uplo let the most valuable occasions drlft by onimproved. That is tba aaaaatag of our I.ord when be says. "Tba <hlidreu of this world are in their friuratlon wlser thau tba cblblran <>r Ugbt.M A tnarked illnstiation of Um (ruth of that inaxim is in the slovvucss of the Christian rcligion to take p aaaaaaloai of the secular printin?: praaa. Tba oppor tunlty Is open aud haa been for some time open. but tbe rrchaaiatRal eoatta and the ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 15 March 1901

xxclxux k Weekly Journal Devoted to the toterests o. Lancaster County in Parlicular; the Korthern Neck and Rappahannock Valley in General, and the World at Large. VOLUME X. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1901. NUMBEB 23, ^ I I Bfl n.0R6 Jiv^fc SEiWESz AfaD POUNDS. tfETS The use of Lord's Netting is stead ily increa8ing in the (Jhesapeake Bay Gsheriee. Write for prices and careful estimates. :H. & C. W. LORD, BOSTON, IDIaSS. WHY NOT TRY FRANK D. WATKINS & GO., 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., F" BXJIJLIDHNTGr MAXERIAL. s\sil. FKAMIS. IIANI) KAILS, I>OORS, WANTELS, 8AWED aud BLINUS, MOILDIXC.S, TVIISED WUKR.etc. ALL KINDS at LOW PI.K'ES. 01)1) WOHK made PrtOMPTLY. Soathern Agents Carter's Oil Clothing WOONSOCKET AM) BOSTON RHODE ISLAND AND BAY STATE BOOTS AND SHOES. BOOTS AND SHOES, tiOODYEAR GLOVE COMPANY'S ttOODS. MONTAQUE & BUNTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place, - - NORFOLK, VA. Sash, Doors, Blinds. \A ? a I i Hardware, Mantels. G rates...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 15 March 1901

ilh* ?atjMaigi Cifotftu DEMOCRATIC WKKRLI. TERMS: $1.00 per year in advance. W. MeUONALD LEE, E01TOK. ADVEBTISINO RATK8. 8m. |0tD. lyr. Mcfca. por lucbreach Inacr'n, or 4.00 ?.?> io.U 2 Im-hoa, ,, i? 3 " I J |fi ? r. >?? ? S 1,1 " s ooiuniD. sft.nulsB.wi! aaw 1 column (5M lucboH>, ,ti i?> aBAtl HJ .U ?^5*peroont.additlonal forapvclal posltion. ?? ? Notloea In reading oolumna, 10 centa iwr Dunpareil tine. Obttuaiies, rvligloua notlcea ol BntiaTlalB m?nU.eicuii?lotiK,vf..ono half tt'xuUr ratcf. All oommunicattnns or businesa BABBn ehould be addrtwd to tbt* Vihcini \ CtriaaW. (rvlnaton. V*., to reoelve protnpt attontion. Friday, Marcli 15, lOOl. SHORT CUTS TO OBLIYION. Over zealous friends of Mr. Mon tague conticue to make "bad break3" ia. behalf of their candidate, which are reverting upon their own heads and dwarfing the chances of their caudidate for the nomination. In another column will be found res olutions adopted by a portion of a labor committee in Kichmoud, wherei...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 15 March 1901

REL1G10US APPOhNTMEISTS. MKTHODIST. Ukt. V. K. jAMEa, Pa^t.r. lrrlngton, Klret an! ?. \\ \ y oooood and Ko " Prayertoi'tiii WhlteStono. K( ->i *nu i, . Sf CUlf i H.t-' Floet'a lalan Third fuuc Poplar Neck.. Fvurt -\ 8un?U) . ? p. M. Kkv. K. K. IIknti.kt. Pa-doi. ? Whlte Marsh, Flrst Sur.ltv 11 \ \t Thlrd Suuday .. V. M. Ih huboth. rM Sunday ., p. M , T%trt Mn: Edvoljr. St-couaouiidai .1 \. \f.. i , ,litb sUi. Iletbel. Seco.nl Suuday ; p. [*., Fou.th Suu uay 11 A. M. Rsv. F. W. t'n, naoOX. ''a-lor. Irvlagtou,Secotidandt\.i:i n. * ir?t an . O'^oacliiut; i i Pn, Wleociieo, Flrat anc Klltaaruooa. Secoud and i'o\ ?.?*, li Bluff Polnt Ctiapvl. Fourth Sunday ~:-3o V. M. Kkv. ?. Y. Ukapiky. Pastor. Whlte atoue, Flrst aud Third Si-ndaya at 11 A. M.: ik'vuail auil Foui'i U Suu? daya ? p.in. Fleottt Ialand, ftocoud aud Fourth Sundaysat 11 A. M.; Firat and Thiru ouii daya o p. m. riMimiiii Kkv. H. L, Wai.ton. l'astor. Wtcuis, Sioud and Founh Suudaya 11 A. M and ~.:M 1*. M. mi.TUODIST PaaDTBS...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 15 March 1901

9 r -, - '?> ) New York. Mareh 10. A v.-o-t nudl ence crowdrd tlie V.-adomy <m" Ni thU elty today to hoar l'r. TalmaiT Di?courslng on "The- Minlstr Tears" be put tho BtiafOrtaaaaa ?.f life ln a cheerful Mgbft, siu.vrtnaj that if they wero barna Ia tha rl ;ht apJrlt they might prove to aa adaaatagaa, His text was Rev. vii. 17. "An.l Qod shall wipo awny all taara from their eyes." What a spoetacle a fow weeks n.\ > when the nutions were In teaial Qoaaa Vlctorla ascended from the hiclu'st throue on earth to a throne in heavon. The praycr more afbaa aaTaiai than any prnyer for the last M y.-irs h;i<l Ikm'U auswered. and Qod dtd stive the queen. All rour.d the world the bella wero tolliug nud the mimite jrur.s were boaaaang nt the abaaoalta ? ?!' tba aaaal honorod woman of many eenturies. As MOI four years ftga the l-ImrUsh aud Ainerican nntionx abaok hnnds ln cougrntulatlou at the quevn's juhllee. so ln these tltnes two natious shook hunds In inournfnl syinputhy at tlie ?IUi...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 22 March 1901

itfam VOLUME X. A Weekly Journal Devoted to rte Interests of Uncaster Ccunly in Particular; the Wpnhcrn NecK and Rappahannock Valiey in General, and the World ai Large. IHVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FKIDAY, MAKCH 227l90l7 NUMBEB 24. LORB a: PUR3E 8EIKES: AND POUNDS. H SE? The liso of Lord's Ntttisg ij stead ily increasing in tlie Chesapeake lUy lisherics. Write for prices and careful cstimati'S. H.& C. W. LORD, BOSTON, KASS. 5081151F8ANK D. WATKIRS & CO., 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., r?r BUII_E>X2*Gr HATERIAL. SAS11, PRAME8, liAM) RAIL8, l>OORs, MANTl-ll.s. KAWBD aiul BLINIKS, MOULD1MG8, TUBXBD WOKK.etc. ALL KINDS at LOW J'KK'ES. ODI> WOttI made PAOMFTLY. S..U.? AKeBt9 Qarter's Qjl ClOthillg WOONSOCKET AM) BOSTON BOOTS AM) SHOES. RHODE ISLANO AND BAY STATE BOOTS AJfD SHOES. UOOBYEAR 8L0VE COMPANY'S UOOBS. MONTAGUE & BUNTING, Bubber Goods and Oil Clotbing, 17 Commercial Place, - - NORFOLK, VA. Sash, Doors, Blinds, C. A. ? u 21, 23 and 25 Atlantic St., Hardware, Mante...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 22 March 1901

$be$tf!)U!ts Citimu DEMOt'KATIC WBBKLT. iERMS: $1.00 per year in advance. W. MeDONALD LEE. EU1T0K. ADVERTISINO RATES. 3m. |6m. lyr. SUcta. per Inch cach Inwr'n, ur 4.00 ?.oo 10.UU 8 iDchea, ,,<?< 1 k.wi u.i?. auin I lo.oom.o;) 5 IS.Uta?.l*t Htl.U> ? IIQafinn 95.00 s iH.ooaB.oo 4<>.t?' u X oohimn. Si.oiii:w??t Ki..\\ 1 oolumn (5>? iin-h*>w>, 40.00;tl0.00 IOO.iv ?^"Sftpercenl.additional forepecial poaitlon. Notlcea In roadina- eolumna, 10 cents ikm nunpareil llne. Obltuartva, rfliglous notices ot ontcrtaln meat?,exvurBior>a,etc..oue-balf i^vular ratt>r. All cotnraunicaiioiis or butdnrn Maan ahoulil be addrvascd t,> tbv VtatOtMlA Citizks, trvlnjfton, Va., to reciive prompt attentlon. Frlday, Marcli 89, IOOI. MIOHT BECOME BLOATED CA1MI A I.IS ! ?> A subscriber, in remitting ?M dues, facetiously remarks that "you editors ought ta get rich if every body would pay their debts." \Y\ have no demurrer to offer to the charge. We have not as yet reached that ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 22 March 1901

REL1GI0US APPOINTMENTS. MKTHOt' Ubt. C. H. jamks. I'h rTlngton. F'r-o <t..| I .; rwy>'f '? WhltrStoiir ?? .V , ? ** Poplar NecV. 1:1 \. i;. ?:. ;?: avun; Paal aataa, l - n v m Thin ?> . t . -i UeholKith, t . M . Ilind Suti I Ulutr I'oint. Flial ;? m i n , Buadajr M A." m. Kd?ody. Becond bundaj u a. >'.., i ?url day :> 1*. M, licthel. Stxrond Sunday :) i*. M.. I outth Sun? day 11 A. M. IIA Rbv. k. aT.Oi ai aaooat. Pw ? IrvlnKton.SecondmU. p.M, '* FirM rtti'i J ii. (Prt'iKl'iu^ < i ? ^, Wlcointeo. Kirei anU i KUmarnovk, m-cdhJ and Pounii bui Bluff Polnt Chapel. Fourth Sunday 7:30 P. M. Kkv. O. V. DiUKi'.v, IV Whtte Stone. First and Thtri Oaadayya at 11 A. M.: OaWHad und l'uuittiSun daya .ip, iu. Ploeta Island, m^.oikI aim Fcurth Sun-utyaat 11 A. M.; Ptrat and Ttalrd Suu dayo H v. iu. PHESIIYIKKIAN. Kkv. II. L. W\,roN, i'astor Weeni*. $econd and Puuttb Suuiiays II \. M aud 7:oU F. M. MKTHODIST FK<H1 - V \\ 1 . ltrv. J. 07. I'.uus. I.-, .ior. a iiomiio. KnM ami linr...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 22 March 1901

WAsnmoro*. MacaO 17. In a new way and from n peculiar texl l>r. TaJ niage discmrses af paad intliuiuos brought to baar for tho vnUY provement. The text is BaaktH \x. 2. "And one mau nruong them was ??!,.;l. ed with linou. with n writer's iukhorn by his side."' Tbe poeni from w-hkb n\v text i ital cn Is epic, lyiie. dranutio. \\<ird nml overpowering. it is aaaca tbaa l?<> ineric or Daaataaqaa. Ma aaa eaav bad sucb diviuc ilivams :is Kzekiel. Iu a vision this prophet aad aaaa arratbfal angois. Aaatrayaaf nngeis, aa* n arttb m sword, but in my t?-\t h.> avaa ? iii.h i ful augel with aa inkhoni. Tho ro ceptaclo for tho iuk lu oldou HaM m&de out of tho lmru of ? cow <?.? r. r?m or a moluirk. aa BOW it is piadc out of metal or jrlaas, ;i?(i theeefbia v. .?? i called tho iukhorn. ns tx-.w ara say ink stand. Wo have all apakea af taa poa er of the sword. of the poarer af wealth, of the pawac af ofAca, of the paarar of aocial taflacace. but bgriaj i apaak cf the paarcr ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 29 March 1901

VoLUME X. * Weekly Journal Devoted to ihe Imtitsit ot lancaster County in Paniculat; the Hcrthern Neck and Rappahannocli Valley in General, and the World at Large. IRVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1901. NUMBEB 25. w&\ PURSE SEINES: L0R6 vz AND POUNDS. &d^<osis NFT5 The use of Lord's Kettiag is stead ily increaain^ in the Chesapeake Baj fisheries. Write for prices and careful estimatea. :H. & C. W. LORD, BOSTOH, MASS. WHY NOT TRY FRANK D. WATKiNS & C0? 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., BTJILIDIIMGr MATERIAL. SASII, FRAMKS, IIAM> RA1I.S, DOOB8. MASTEL8, s.\\vi:i? and BLINDS, MOlbDINGS, Tl KNKI) WORK, etc. ALL KIM>S at LOW PKUES. OBI) WORK made 1'itOJIPTLY. lor Soothern Agents Carter's Oil Clothing <?OONSOCKET AM) BOSTON RHOBE ISLAND ANB BAY STATE BOOTS ANB SHOES. BOOTS ANB SHOES. HOOOYEAR ULOVE COMPANYS tiOODS. MONTAGUE & BUNTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place, - - NORFOLK, VA. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, Grates. C...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 29 March 1901

$h* 3?irjjima <?ffizrtt. OEMOCRATIC WEEKI,Y. fERMS: $1.00 per year in advaace. W. MeDONALD I.EE. ED1TOR. ADVERT1S1NO RATKS. ilra. Sm. lyr. a??-|j?. per Ineh caeh luser'n, or 4.0U rt.00 10.00 flaajfte, soo iu.00 R.00 u.no ao.on * to.ou I7.ni 5 i'.'.Ki.it.ni ;?j.U) ? iu?> ?_-.?.(?i 35.00 J " axaaaaJu 40.00 10 ??.,, . ? W X column. ?Mit;:?i.on fc>.oo 1 column (20 Im h. ->, 40.00,00.00,100.00 l^"aperccnt.atWltlonalforspeclalpo?ltlon. Notlcea In readlng coluinns, 10 eenta pci noiipaxeil Uim. <>bltuarlo?, rvliirious notlcea ol cntertaln monta,excurHton(i,etc..oiu>-half it'trular ratea. All communicationa or IiusIikhm l?tt?>r> should l>e addroaaod to tbe ViK(;iM.v?ni/.KN. Irvlnttton. V?^ to recelve prompt attoutkm. Frlday, March tfa\ IWOI. AS IT IS. We regret that it is necessary foi ua to correctau erroneous impressioi. that was made last week by ou? esteemed contemporary at Warsaw. It can hardly be termed fair when it takes a portion of an editorial in the K...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 29 March 1901

BtLlGlOUS AFPOINTMENTS. MBTHODIST. It". C R. Jamrb. Pastor. Tlngtoa, Flret and Third Sundays. 11 A. M. S*eo'idand Fourth Sundays.utght " Pray, , lU'.- tuiM WoUtn-Mday nlvbtal Vblteetonw. r nv and I'hlrd s-umiayn, . |- M " Se-votoiaud FourthSunUaya.llA.M! rleet ? Islan-: -uuday,3 P. M. . ii.vcht. x *oplar Neck. Fourth Sunday. ;i p. M. Kkv. R. E, IUnti kv, P<wtor. White Marsh, First Suodaj 11 A. M., Thlrd i 1*. M. Uehoboth, FiiM Suuduy :i l\ M.. Thlrd Sun d?y II A. M. llluff Polnt, Ki st Sunday "M 1\ M.. Ktfth BBpeai ii .\. m. Edaely. Beoood tfuodaj || a. M.. Kourth Suu llH> I P. M, Detkai, s?-<<.,,,i Sunday 3 P. M., Fjuith Sun? day U A. M. BAPTiST. Rr.v. F. W. Ci.ayiu;ook. Pastor. lrYlngtou,ScoondandFourthSunduys3:;)0P.M. *? First hii?I Thlrd Sunday*. 8 P. M. tl'i-i'Mohintf or Pr?\ or meetlaa*). Wieomieo. Firatand Thlrd ^uudays.ll A.M. Kiluiarnuek.aeeoiid aud Sjurtn SunUayt, 11 A M Bluff Pidnt Chapei. Fourth Sunday 7:30 P. M. Kbv. O. r. Dkadi.kt. Paator. White ?t?DC, Flrs...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 29 March 1901

Wakiiinoton, JfBUfj 21. This dls eotirse of I ?r. Tninmge !s most BBCtl nont nt this time. when a wldespread eHort for rellglous nwakcniug la I" i''? made; text. I.ukr v. <!. "Tli.-y Btelaaad a great tnultitudc of P.shes. nnd tluir BBfl brako." Sitnon nml bis eonirades bad expeib rnced tbe atgbt bafora arbal BabaraaMi enll "poor Im-k." t'hrist strps on honrd the tishing aaBBCfe and tells tbe suilors to pull away from the b.-aeh and di rects them n^ain to sink the net. Snrc aaaaaja. very aaao the aai is r?iii af ?abaa, nmi tba aaJtera begta to haal in. So large a sehond ?^f lishes was taken tbat the hnrdy men begin to laak fod in the Baoa as they pull. and hardly have they bcgun to rejoka at their BOt> coss when snap goes a thread of tba net. nnd snap gaaa BlaOtbfr laaTOBd. so there is danger not only of losing the llsh. bot of losing tho net. without uun h eara as to aoar much tho Inmt tilts or how mm-h water Is ppiashed on deck tbe HbBIIUIM rush nbout gnthoring up tbe DCOkaa ...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 5 April 1901

VOLUJIK X. A Weekly Journal Devoted to ihc lutiests of Lancaster County in Pariicular; ihe Noithern Neck and Rappahannock Valigy in General, and the World at Large. [RVINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, APRJL 5, 190!. NCMBEB 2G. PURSE SEINES: fMD POUNDS, The use of LfOfd'l Wnttinf is stead ily iocreasing iu the Cheeapeake Bay fisheriee. Write for prices and careful estimatee. :H. & C. W. LORD, BOSTON, MASS. mMM FRANK D. WATKINS & CO., 409 E. Pratt St., BALTIMORE, MD., f* BUILDING MATERIAL. SASH. FRASIB, IIAJJD KAII.8, DOOM8, MANTKLS. 8AWKD and 1ILINDS, MOULDING8, TUKNED WOKK, ctc ALL KIKDfl at LOW I'RH'ES. 0?D WOAK made PAOMPTLT. Southorn Ar< IIt-i Carter's Oil Clothing H'OOXSOCKET AM? HOSTON RIIODE ISLAND AND BAY STATE BOOTS AX1) 81I0ES. BOOTS AND SHOES, KOODYEAR KLOVE COMPANVS GOODS. MONTAQUE & BUNTING, Rubber Goods and Oil Clothing, 17 Commercial Place, - - NORFOLK, VA. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Hardware, Mantels, Grates. C. A. NASH & SON5 21, 23 and 25 Atlantic St., gORTOLK...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 5 April 1901

$fc* ^ifflima ?itintn. OKMOCKATIC WEKKLI. rXRMS: $1.00 per yeax in advance. W. MclHJNALl) LEE. ED1TOR. Frid?y, April tf. 1901. THE MEANINQ OT. Iu all aincerity, we beliete, some of the leaders of the "wets" stated that they wished for auother electioo to demonstrate whether the people of the county preferred open bar-rooma to local option?with all ita violations?or not. The peoph have apoken. The tenor of the opiniou has been sounded in uo uncertain etrains. Again,?wt have been rtliably iuformed that some of the leading "wets" had dv clared that they would uo longei violate the laws if the people wetv still opposed to open bar-rooms. which they awaited the election to determine. We give these leaders credit for sincerity in this declara tion as in the first, and do not ques tion tbeir good faith. Four years ago both sides were wrought up to a high pitch. Uot public apeechea were made for the "drys," and money and?well, "good cheer," we will call it?flowed freely, dispensed by the we...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 5 April 1901

REL1GI0US APPOINTMEISTS. MRTHODIST. U?t. C. K. James. Paator. 1-Tinaton. Klrst and TMrd ^uimImtk. 11 A. M. MCOUdatul l-'ouri h Sunt'syt. tuicbt. " Frarcrnevtini: w^inot>dnx niirnU. WhlteBtono.V" _, " , * r'.urth.suudaya.liA.M. Plvi-' llal ? ? :i.!hv. .. 1*. M. i>rht. PopbtrNeck. K>urtb .- F. M. ICvv. | i.. I'rXTI.BV. P??U>r. wiuto Man*, Fli ? Suodajr 11 a. M.. Tbtrd I'. M. ?H?bob:>t!.. FIim p. m Tli. dav li \ Rluff Foint. Fi st Bunday 7J0 P. M Fiftta i.'.v II A. M. Edarelj ij ii-A. M., Koutth Suu ?a . I i*. m. Bethel. Beeond Sunday 3 P. M.. Kjuith Sun? day 11 A. M. DAI'TIST. ???. K. \ ? ... Pa??tor. trrlavton.8eooodau(IKourtliSuL II iu (1 Tl>i>. *undaya, 8 p. M. _ (Pl ? ?;.k>. Wicomtco. Kli ,\. M KUruarnuck. Stc'iid aud huui-Ui Jsumi A. K. Bluff Polnt Otaapel. Fourth Sunday -?:.? f .1 Rcv. Q. Y. Hhadi.kv. Pastor. White Sloiic, First und Tliird Suudnya at 11 A. M.: Baeond and Fourtb fr>un <l.i v- 8 p. m. Floeta Ieland, Heuoaad and Fourth Sundays at 11 A....

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Virginia citizen. — 5 April 1901

Wasuington. Mareh 31.?In this dls couraa Dr. Talmage shows the Me* ?ianic sacritU-es for the savlng of all natlons and spenka of Cethsemane ?* lt appeared to him; text. I Corlnthians vL 20, "Ye are bought witb a price." Tour friend takes you through his valuable bouso. You exaniine the arcb ea, tbe frosooes. Ihe grass plots, the flsh ponda, the eouservatories. tbe parks of deer, and you say within yourself or you say aloud.'Wbat did all thlscostY*' You see a costly diatuond llnshing in ta earrlng, or you hear n costly dresa rustling across the drnwlng room. or you see a high mettled spau of horses harnessed with wilvor aiul gold. and you beglu to make an rstitmite of the value. The man who owns a larse estnte ennuot instnntly tell you nll it ia worth. He says. "I will estimnte M mucb for the house, ao much for tbe furnituro. so much for Inying ?ut the m-mimls, so much for tbe stock. so nuich for the barn. so much for the equipage?ndd ing up In all making this nggregatc." Well, my fr...

Publication Title: Virginia Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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