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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 10 October 1899

r/V//?T?C?3& .4*#?7?2a TUESDAY.OCTOBER 10, 1SH9 ????????-. i a? INCREASSr NAVAL ESTIMATES. Tbt PepartnitMit Asks For Nearly $25 000 000 More Than Last Year. Acting Secretary Alien has pre? pared a fnil ttatement of estim?t? s whioh will be submitted to Congrets for tbe maintenance of tbe naval ea* tablisbment for the next fiscal year. I These amount to |73jaH5,183, which ? a ?j inciease over the approptiationt for the current year of $24,537,187. Included in the increase for the next year are appropriations of $112,208,474 for public works and navy yards and stations. There is also an estimate of $2,021,000 for the new Naval Aoad emy. The item for the in?rense of the navy? including armor, guns and ui\ ? ooinery, is $22,1)83,101. The eeti ? mate for the Bureau of Construction and Repair is increased over the cur? rent appropriation about $3,000 000 ; for steam engineering, 11,000,000; for pay of the navy, about 1700,000, while the estimates for ordnance are decreased abo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 12 October 1899

Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and nanufacturinj? Interests of Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country. vol. 15 ? No. 1LO Fredericksburg Va. Thursday. October 12 4899. Price 3 cents riiUN iilei? (iimivii ?. a. j expend great nerve energy. The organs of the body need vigorous nerves to in.-ure Women their healthy action. Suffering of acute nervousness is caused by weak, inflamed nerves. The body soon becomes debilitated when the nerves are weakened. Paine's Celery Com? pound will nourish and reinforce the fibres. Contractors. GEORGE W. WROTEN. BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR. Will fnrnlsb Plans and Specification contract for erecting all classes .Buildings; furnish hands by ih = day and su peri d tend the work In town or country. SJBJT Chare** reaaonablt A. MASON GARNER. Contractor and Builder prlnoess Anne st_. Opposite Tyler's Pon Mr] taw** Guarantees all work in his line to tie du ? promptly and In t first- e'ss? ??'?n?! tt roe. , hnttiim price?. LUMBER aTlMBER OF AL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 12 October 1899

"n " ** THURSDAY..*-OCTOBER 11!. 1891? THE FREE LANCE published Irt-wwth ) Mtn independent newspaper, is located ttSSS OoRmeroe (or Wtniata ?t.). Krederioasburt. Virginia, and is issued on Tuesday. Thuridtf sud Saturday morning? by " Th? F roa Laina? Natta???*'. B??* m** ?Job Prlnliiia Coro??"? ?* Fr?w?Hol?a fearfl Vlrflnla." 1U SubtcrtpUon Ttrmt are HAU per year. 11.00 for 8 months. T? oents for I months, cr ??i cents 'or 1 months. 1U advertising Rates are for one square or ten.llnet or.lest, first lnserUon.Wi.entav.aiid K otnU for each additional Insertion. HO.?uper square per year. *Vo ?jxatttton gir-tn atui no rorHiPt *tr?rta?<na<??'? or? taken at a Im? rait than oaur aoaiM patron? pay. The right is re served to reject or modify any advertlsem?>nt is deeme-u llbelou* or otherwise objectionable. Yearly advertisers discontinuing during the year will be charged Invariably at transient ratet. AU letters recommending candidate? (01 omoe must be paid f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 12 October 1899

THURSDAY ... OCTOBEK VI LS'.'l? M nteredat the l'o?tiffl->-j at rredertoks iMirg, Va., a* **t..uii?. c.usn ma ter. ) Richmond, Predericksburg & Potomac Railroad. Sohedule in effect October Mi, 1 v.?1?. rHAlMI LIAT! KKKDKKirktilll Kit Lento Nortnwari* . H ?. M. dailv. ?ISA. M. I?rt'.iy except Sunday, V .uni koo I M. Sundays only. i ? a. M daily exuept dundaj .... I. M. dally- Sioept nund*)-. U st"i> between Kred?. rlchsburs anJ Quant loo w.? i'. M. daily. Leave Southward, i.j- a. M. in \. Osose only ?i MHford . ?, Wt't'k Jt?) -. ' .hi ?. ? i u ca? sittps Sundays. I*. M. ?tally except Sunday. Us lO??] slops. 1. ? t'. St. Dally except SuiiitHy Stop?only M Miiiortl. Duswe , AshlanU I KA) v. M. uaiij stops ouij m Uuswi i a 4 ?bland -.41 I'. ?L Dally inafct - ? pa. Froaterluasburg and Kichmond Acoutnoda tlnll. l?*!l) except -junaay. tfakei all local sl< i's. L*Mvee Fr**derk-a*bur?i *t 0.iK A. M Ar ri.?-?? ttli tiuii'iiti --.'-.'i a. M. Leaves K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 12 October 1899

'/TVC^^ THL'BSDAY... OCTOBER 12,185 9 Sir Wilfrid's Spesen. When Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Premier of the dominion of Canada, ?toopid to kiss two little girls who were pre senting him with a bunch of red roses on the stage of Studebaker HaU, in Chicago, last week, he won his way at onee to the hearts of more than '2,000 persons, who were gathered tht-ire to bid himself and party wel? come in the name of the French Canadians of Cbioago. The whole andienee arose in a body and cheered approval of the graceful act of the chief guest. At the same timo two other girls were received in the same welcome manner when they presented Lady Laurier with flowers in the box at Pie side of the stage. Immediately after this, when Sir Wilfrid had an opportunity to speak, he showed his thorough appreciation of the warm welcome tendered him by the French-Canadians. Ue thank ad them for the reception of himself and the other officials from Canada. In a brief address he declared that it tonohed the heart to wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 14 October 1899

Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and manufacturing Interests of Fredericksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country. vol.. 1=).-No i2J Fredericksburg Va. Saturday, 0 r 14 1899. Price 3 cents DYSPEP5IA ACUTE INFLAMMATION SERVES CENTRED ABOUT THE S II. THE STOMACH [8 A GREAT XE 'ENTRE AND WITHOUT HEA] VIGOROUS NERVES CANNOT DIGEST THE TIS? SUES AND ORGANS i >F THE B< ?J '. ARESOOS WEAKENED BY IMPOVERISHED BLOOD. OVERWORK, WORRY AND CARE EXIIAUoT NERVE ENERGY. PAINE'S Celery Compound Cures Dyspepsia To avoid ill health and the more serious diseases, it is necessary that the blood be kept pure and full of nutriment. The nerves give life to the human system. Nerve tissues are the n>st to weaken from overstrain and abuse of body or mind. Paine's Celery Compound makes nerve fibre, nerve force, pure, rich blood and gives health to the body. J. B Tussey, < liat?n, Mo , writes : -- After using 9ix bottle of Paine's Celery Compound, I must s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 14 October 1899

8ATURDAY....OCTOBER II 18% TMK FREE LANCE published tri-week.? Man independent newspaper, i*'.iM.*t?'d at Aft Oommsroe (or William it.), Kredenessburg, Tli-fl-la, and Is issued on Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday morning, by "Ta* Fr?? Lana? NisriMM'i Bttok ana Jak ?rlntlng Campant ?? Fr???rl?-B karfl VlrilHla." Its Subscription Tsrms are lUO per year. 11.00 for S months, 76 oents foi 8 months, or 10 ?anta for t montas. Its advertising Rates are for one square ot ten Unes or lesa, first lnsertlon.BO oents.and 16 MOU for each additional Insertion. t'O.UOper square per year. No potition given ana no foreign aaverlieenente are lahen ax a Im? rale than our hemt voiront pay. The right Is re served to reject or modify any advertisement is dee me?. Ubelou* or otherwise objec tlonable. Tearly advertisers disontlnuin?- during the rear will be oharged Invariably at transient ratas. All tatters recommending oandldates for omoe must be paid for to Insure their pub.l aatloB. fctesolutlons of respec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 14 October 1899

8ATUR 'AY... OCTOBER 11 18?9. (Katared at the i^oatOffloe at Frciterlcks burg. Va., as Tftrii? Tiens M?tter.) Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad. Sehe ale in etteoSOetober8 b.lltW TKA1N8 l.KAVK rMBDIKlC-8BI lu. I are Nortrjward. -, m a. m. aa \. .' in A. M. Ha;.y i \. i p| Su::!.i\. to ..ill! i ? "111) . 1.1.) a. M, i-uudaysonly. KUM A. M a?;.) ex< ept Sunday.. UK K It. it?. > ??ici'pt Sunday. I* ?t..p i'i'i?o'ii I if.it rtcasourg and ??uauilvv w.is i'. m. tetiy. Leave Southward. s.;? a. M. telly, stop? only *t M: rord lV"?>. . and Asii.iaiiti. week days Makes all Ulf?, -lops Slill.ill) S. te? i't Sundaj. Nlak' al . 'I's. 1. I C. X. Datlj except Sumtay St. ; at Mi.ioi'i. ?> v b.*j l". !*). liai > stops on,) ut Uni.?? Athlaoit. 0.44 i'. M. Daall] lil?K- - . frt'dcr tloll, Di.ll.. - 'la?. Mai.' Leave* Kri'doru ?.?our? .s: ?-?? A. M \r ru. * Hi? ami >i i -.-''> *? ?> et t F. M. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 14 October 1899

SATURDAY.... OCTOBER 14,1899 THE VIRGINIA GRAND CAMP. First Day s Proceedings The Grand Oamp.Oonfederte Veterans of Virginia .met at Polaski. Va , Wed needay and wae largely attended that day by an enthusiastic crowd of vet? erans, their wires, sons end daughters. The exercise* were held in a large tent, and as tbe weather was pleasant, the aooommodations were very comfortable and so arranged that all could see and hear. A little before the hour of meeting at noon, tbe young ladies of the Stonewall ' Jaokso- Inetitute, at Abingdon. in their uniforma of gray, the sponsors, and tbe maids of honor marched in and took reserved seats in front of tbe plat? form, "tbe observed of all observers." It wae very pleasing to witness the warm greetings of old comrades, who /laughed and cried by turns as they re? called their association in the brave old days of '61 '65. The sponsors and maids of honor, and the orlieers and ex otfloere of tbe Grand Oamp were given seats on tbe platform, and e-v -r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 17 October 1899

Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and HanufacturinK Interests of Frederlcksburjf and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country. vol. lr> -No 122 FREDERlCKSBLTR-.r Va Tt'ESOAY. OCTOBER M 1899* Price 3 cents *>*s*/%V'?>'*aWav?'*e>**/?jv^ Ik'l'aj.F*^ ji ?*?*??*, ^_Have obtained the highest reput.i- \ ! WO?? S lir?SaS tioa for Purity? cleanliness and < l[ T ?v^v?'??* aa-r -?^i .<a??^<w germination, causing our busl- v (' ?""??"^aaaaaaaaaaama???_-??*--_ ^^ )n ^^ ^^ ^ J^corne on(1 ?S I* and of the largest In the United States, fi , I **"** Handling these Seeds in the large ? t\ S*t ^_^^. s^^k^J^-. quantities that we do, also en- ? I La/10 VC r ^GCeJ S.. ?W? us to sell same at the lowest 5 w a vr ? ?*>** ?w^-w-a^a^ ?? o possiM,. pr)ces, quality considered. ? < -?---?>??-?-----??-?---*-??-??'??? WOOD'S SE?O BOOK gives K * j the fullest Information about G-asses and Clovers?soli* the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 17 October 1899

TUESDAY.OCTOBER 17 1816 THE FREE LANCE Published tri week y Man Independent newspaper, is located atSut Oommeroe (or William aw>. Kredorlokiburg, Tlrg:nla, and l? issued on Tuesday, Thursday and ?Saturday morntns? by " Tka Fran La?o* Nswspspsr, Book in? Jo* Printing C?iwa?ny at FraSarie-J? enrsj Vlralnla." Its Subscription T?rma are HAO (?er year, ?1.00 for 8 month?, 71 cents for I raontii, or SO cent? for 4 month?. Its advertising Rates are for oneequaroof tea Unes or lea?, first insert km.w centa.and 36 eenta for each additional lneertlor., 110,00 per squar* per year. No position cHean a*td no forait**. (SdeartiaamenU or? ta\*n alaU*. rate taon vor home patron? pay. The right is re? ferred to reject or modify any advertisement la deeme? llbelou? or otherwise objectionable. Yearly advertiser? discontinuing during the rear will be charged invariably at transient rate?. All letter? reoommondlng candidate? for oBoe must be paid for to lniure their publi? cation. Heeolutlon?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 17 October 1899

TUESDAY.OCTOBER 17, L889. (Kntered at the PostotUoe at Fredericks burg, Va, as second.olivas matter.) Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad. 8ohe q!? in effect October H;h, inyi*. TttAlNd LKAVK FKKDKKiv. Kci?i: Ku Leave Nortbward. VIS A. M. daily. wlrt A. M. Daily except Sunday, local, to Huantlco ouly. U.U A. M, Sunday? only. 11.38 A. M daily except Sunday. :.'<'. 1\ M. lULy except Hun.'.av. Hot-? not suip between FredcricksDur?: and yuantuu. ?JBJ I'. M. uai.y. Leave Southward. IK A. M. daily. Mops only at M '>?>?wi-i!<aii?l AsU.Hiid, H eck da-??. M... .<>i-a? stops ?UUtMT?. ., .- r*. M. daily ezoept ?tanda* M ?Owai stopia. 1.-4 .?. m. Da'ly ezoept Sunday Btopaonly at Miif.ir.l, D and and Uli &.JU r*. M, uai) ?mps only ai i???? ? Ait. .and. ?.44 f. M. l>aii> iu??i'?aii local stop?. I*r?jda.riakc..ur|i and in..... ur..>da i'iailj I'Xkipifuii'iay. jttaK -.....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 17 October 1899

TUESDAY.OCTOBER 17 189& &e 72 Dsmocratlc Votes From New York Pledged to the Nebraskan. New Tork delegates to the National convention were promised last week to be aolidly for Bryan Tbe expected trial of strength between Richard Oroker and David B Hill came at the meeting of the Democratic State committee, and Croker won a decisive victory. The first clash came in the local fight over a contest in the Fourth distriot. Two men?Miller Kelley.who favors Hill, and William Tracy, an anti-Hill man?were claimants for a seat in the committee. Tracy won by a vote of 28 to 20. Then Mr. Mott, acting as a proxy for Committeeman Doud, of the Ohautaoqua district,offer? ed a resolution pledging 72 votes of this BUte to William J. Bryan. Mr. Oroker jumped to his feet, seconded the reso? lution and made a speech in it? favor Hill atormed and ?hook hi? fist at Oroker. Oroker laughed and charged Hill with being "a lightning change artist. ' Tbe resolution was adopted by a vote o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 19 October 1899

Devoted to Ihe Agricultural, Commercial and manufacturing Interests of Frcderlcksburg and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country._ ?-?-?- - - r-npoRRicKSBORG Va Ti ir.<:;.- a ?? O ?:?. 19 1899. "PrteeTlTnt VOL d.i.?No \?? ^^^^^^^^ "tir* ne g~* ^^ ^ , Have obtaineJ the highest reputa WOOU S Vj-T?iSS t;?" !?r purity, cleanliness and T * vv*** ?>^ >?* * ???-?-?-?*? gerrnination, causing our busl aaaaaaaaaaaaa aa-aaaaaaaa---aaaa--B? ^^ Jn .?^ same tO bCCOm? One an(l cf the largest In the United States. Handling these Seeds in the large quantities that we do, also en? ables us to sell same at the lowest possible prices, quality considered. WOOD'S 5t;E0 BOOK gives the fullest Information about Grasses and Clovers?soils the different sorts are adapted for?best combinat Jon a to give largest result? In hay or pas? turage?care of postures and meadows, &c, &c. A postal will bring this < book to you. Prices anj samples of Grass an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 19 October 1899

THURSDAY...-OCTOBER 19 18% TNIPRII LANCE published trl-wee? y aaan independent newspaper. It located at Sue OoBBsros (or William st.), Frederloksburg, Virginia, and 1? luued on Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday mornings br "The Fraa Linos Newapaper. Beak and Jak Prlatlnf Cempanv at Fre?erleke S.rg Virginia. " Its SabecrtpUor. Term? are tlM per rear. 11.00 for I month?, Tl cents for? month?, or w MDti for 4 month?. Its advertising Rates are for one square or ten Unes or lea?, first lnaert.on.6u cent?.and 36 oanta for each additional Insertlon. 110,00 per square par rear. No position givm and no tormign ativ.rli.menU or. taken at a let? rat? t kan our horn? patron* pay. The right Is re served to reject or modify any advertisement Kdeemec llbelou? or othenrlae objectionable. Yearly advertisers discontinuing during the year will be charged Invariably at transient rates. All letters recommending candidate? for cmoe mutt be paid for to Insure their pubil eation. Resolution? of respect to dec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 19 October 1899

<?^ Of?ccs/Hr^&Qta /i<~& THl'KSDAY.. OCTOBER l?, 1899. ( Kntered at the Postoffloe at Froderloka bnrg, Va, as seooud.olan? matter.) Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad. Sche*ule In sJhetOotober9th,lbt)9 TWAINS LEAVK r- KKDKKKK?lti KU beevs Nortnaaara IJ3 A. M..1. w lu A. M liaiiy except Dm yuttinico onlj. i.i.ij a. m. Hundarsonly. - A. M .lai.j . icept autikUj ?..i: I'. M. .1hu> except dundisy. b . two? n l'ri'.U i ,k K- . .mi ik-k' Ma i'. M. daily. Leave itouthwar.l. a. M dl] r at M \- k - U.?b I*. M. aUilj . seepl l?.cai ?t..^*. 1.? r. at. .' ut Mi toral, Dosw. \ ->. ?? r. >i. A-.Ii.huiI. ?1.4' Y. M r <?? ?i. tiOld MhV> - l.iae- i mat r i. at 11*. V Arrives r'redei - -i P. M. w. i*. Taj lor. Train?; Manasrvr. B. r. ... ? : um. U ? OOX, Agent. Uaadqiidrters for ismidiag Materials. I Se. ??il . rv ? N I .- Hair, . ,. . ? ut mi.I 'A ? Keta.lj M . Linaa-t-d ui.. i.?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 19 October 1899

THURSDAY-..-OCTOBER 19 1899 OTAEBELL ON THE PHILIPPINES. Ho Condemns tue Govornmsnt s Policy Fol? lowing Dewey's Victory. Oapt. Patrick O'Farrell read an in? teresting paper on "What Should We Do With the Philippines:'" before a large and attentive andienoe at the Mason lo Temple, Washington, D. 0., last Sunday. The captain, after de? scribing the islands, their geography. productions, temperature, and areas, stated that the estimated population was about 10,000,000. There were five Catholic diooeses.he said, with their bishops, having an enumerated population of i.;,5t>...000 peo? ple, who have their schools, colUges, ohurchee, and convents scattered throughout eleven of the largest is? lands, and the eduoation embraces a very high ourrioulnrn He stated that In the High School for girls at Manila arithmetic, drawing, dress catting, needlework, gergraphy. geometry .and other studies were taught. Manila, however, was a good place for Ameri? can women and children to keep a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 21 October 1899

Devoted to the Agricultural, Commercial and NanufacturinK Interests of Predericksburj? and the Tidewater and Piedmont Country. vol. I,"-).-No. 12 i Fredericksburg Va. Sat.'Rday, October 2. 189!). Price 3 cents PAINE'S CELERY 'COMPOUND i_.-,-i STRONG NERVES STRONG BODY A vigorous constitution and power of enlur ance, depends upon the nerves The nerves give force to all the organs of the body. The system is kept clean of morbid material. The blood circu? lates quickly, exhilarates; feeds the muscle-} and tissues with wholesome nourishment. Strong nerves keep strength of body increasing, and the muscles firm. PAINES CELERY COMPOUND MAKES NERVE STRENGTH. Robert Polier, ol Alexandria, s l> . writ eg ? ?? I was verj nervous, and weak, with *>ain in the small of my back anc nervous heada-he. I eoriM sleep but very little. I took dif? f?rent medicines which did me no good. "Paine's Celery Compound changed my whole system from weakness to health and vigor, after taking ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 21 October 1899

^^V^^gjZ/f^ 8ATl'K.UT...-OCTOBER 21, 13?,(j THEFREE LANCE published tri week j asan independent newspaper. It loeated at ?ob Uoaassar?? tor William st-i, Kredericssburt Vtrilula, and is issued ou Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday mornings by " Ths Frss linoi Newspaper, Book and Job Printing Campan* af FraSarlaha tl?rf Vlrfllnla.'' Its Subscription Terms art- 11.50 per year. II.UO torS months, TS oents for S months. OS SO oents 'or t months. its advertising- Ratos are for on?? square o. ten lines or less, first insertion.50 cents.and 36 Oents for each additional insertion 110.00per square per year. No position Jir?u ana lis furaajn *le?r?U?Tnrt,:i or. IflksW at ? ISM r.xtt than otar Hora? patrons pay. The right 1? re served to reject or modify any advertisement lideemoc libelous or otherwise objtvtlonabie. Tearly advertisers disc ?ntinulng during the year will be charred invariably at transient rates. All letters reoommendlni candidates for omoe must be paid for to insure their pub.I aa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Free Lance — 21 October 1899

BAT UK DAI . OCTOBER 21. lullt?. I Filtered at the rotttot?oe at Fredericks borg, Va.. as eoouiul alas- mutter ) Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad. Sehe-ale In. etT??ct October ith.lbtrtl TttAlMll LKAVK rRBDBKICK BOI'HU Leave Norlliwar.l .". U A. M.dauv. '.? M A. M. II ' laXJ uni). . ? m. Sundays only. ' *> M k > . v.. pi dunda) ? ? top h? 'tween lie.!. M? i*. H. daily. Leave Southward? I M , ' - !-' I- Y. M. kl I local sttipa, 1. ? i'. M. I)?..)' . \k i pt ! H. .... > AshUn.l. 8.41 l'. M. Dal > iiiH Frede? t ?,. . Ma-.. - t.c?. ? - o Ar mo. i. ?t t Y M. An A Y. M. w. 1*. : m I 0. C OOX, 1? ?eadqudf.cti tb! Bviil?iog Mdierub. 1 Step -. a' . - Lime, - . iii-al) ?1 . . Lea.i. : 1 farta $25,000. $25,000. TO -LO ?.JST In sums id fHKi and upward- n tir-t - u Real i. Kor further psvi I ply to JOHN I KNIGHT, or ISAAC HIRSH, Flnai Merchant. kV Mechanics P B A 1. A . jelT-''in 1 ?': V t $20 5oo. To Loan. $26 5 0 THSEKTEItl RIS...

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