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L.Ar LU I AN I We oHer You a i
,km uu i nil i REr iEDv which
I ml) IH hnoi °' a"s chiw oth " i
Robs Confinement of its Pain, Horror and Risk.
i My wife used "MOTHERS' FRIEND" be
fore birth of her llrst child, she did not
suffer from CRAMPS or PAlNS—was quickly
relieved at the critical hour suffering but
little—she had no pains afterward and her
recovery was rapid.
E. E. Johnston, Eufaula, Ala.
Sent by Mail or Express, on receipt of
price, $1.00 per botlle. Book "To Moth
ers" mailed Free.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Always in season, Hopkin's Steamed Homi
ny (Hulled Corn). Eleeant in Milk. Qt. can, 10c
From a letter written byßev. J. Gundermsn
of Dimgndale, Mich., we are permitted to
make this extract: "I have no hesitation in
recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as
the results were almost marvelous In the case
of my wife. While I was pastorof the Baptist
church at Bives Junction she was brought
down with pneumonia succeeding la grippe.
Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last
hours with little interruption and it seemed as
if she could notsurvive them. A friend recom
mended Er. King's New Discovery; it was
quick in Its work and highly satisfactory in
results." Trial bottles free at B. F. Hughes'
Drug Store. Regular size 5Uc and SI.
D HEUMATISM CURED IN A DAY.—"Mys
** tic Cure" for Rheumatism and Neuralgia;
radically cures in Ito 3 days. Its action upon
the system is remarkable and mysterious. It
removes at once the cause and the disease im
mediately disappears. The first dose greatly
benefits; 75 ots. Sold by W. M. ALLEN, and
B. F. HUGHES, Druggists, Staunton, Va.
TF. ANTHONY,ex-Post-master of Primrose
• City, lowa, says: "1 bought one bottle
of "Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism, and two
Rt did me more good than any medicine
)k," Sold by W. M. ALLEN and B.
£ ES, Druggists, Staunton, Va.
our address to H. E. Buckien & Co.,
and got a free sample box of Dr.
sw Life Pills. A trial will convince
ieir merits. These pils are easy in ac
tion and are particularly effective in the cure
of Constipation and Sick Headacee. For Mala
ria and Liver troubles they have been prov
ed invaluable. They are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious suDstar.;e
and to be purely vegetable. They do not
weaken by their action, bnt by giving tone
to stomach and bowels greatly Invigorate the
system,. Begularsize 25c. per box. Sold by
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best Salve in the world lor cuts, bruises,
ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter chapped
hands, chilb!ains,corns, and all skin eruptions,
and positively cures piles,orno pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25c per box. For sale by
It is so Wrtttet-
And undeniably truo that our aggregation of
Carpets and Floor Novelties is the finest ever
collected. The pleasing smallness of Our
prices coupled with the rare beauty of our
goods, make our establishment the headquar
ters for thrifty buyers. We are now offering
the regular 75c. quality of Imported All-Wool
en Ingrain Carpet, for, per yard,
Our Illustrated Catalogue of Furniture,
Carpets, Draperies, Stoves, etc., is yours
for the asking. You are paying local dealers
at least one-third more than our prices. A
postal brings our money-saver to you, free
of all charges.
Julius Hines & Son,
401, 403, 405 N. GAY ST.,
Cor. Exeter Street,
Buc_et Pump and Water Purifier
-Pox "Wells __.„ Cisterns.
Gold Medal World's Exposition.
Will purify a foul well or Cistern in 10
days use or money refunded.
Draws 10 gallons ol
water per minute. No
tubing to rust, burst
or wear. Never has
to be packed, primed
or thawed. Will not
freeze, as buckets
■ Will not rust, chain
land buckets made of
1 Galvanized Steel. Can
Ibe set np in 15 min
| utes. No attachments
j below the platform.
INo wooden tubing,
rubber or leather to
contaminate the wa
ter. Makes bad water
____a_K_SE_MBBr S°°d and good water
better. Saves its cost in Doctor bills
alone every year, pure water being a pre
ventative against Cholera, Typhoid and
170,000 IN DAILY USE.
For sale By
T. R. N.SPECK,
jul 10-3 m Staunton, Va.
J n M. QUARLES,
LAW OFFTCES-Noii 10 A- 12 Vw*» k
Fake Bonnet* Again—Tndor and Napoleon
Collars For Dress Occasions.
Pompadour ribbons remain a favorite
for hat trimming, soft collars and belts.
Eton and other short jackets are liked
for home wear, as the variety afforded by
the different blouses and vests that may
be worn with the same gown gives fresh
ness to the costume.
Poke bonnets are said to be reappearing.
They are often very becoming, especially
to juvenile faces, but have of late years
become so associated with the Salvation
Army that they now seem to belong par
ticularly to it.
Small bonnets of very nice materials are
fashionable. They are worn for dress occa
Large cape collars are übiquitous. They
are made of all sorts of material and in a
variety of shapes, some of them being re
vivals of very old fashioned styles.
Now that hats are tipped forward over
the face the hair is dressed higher, which
leaves room for more decoration at the
back of the neck. Most ceremonious dresses
have elaborate collars of wired frills or
some other style that remains upright.
There is the flaring tudor collar, with tabs
that curve over, the insido being of con-
trasting material, and a newer idea Is an
adaptation of the historic Napoleon collar.
Blouses made of alternate rows of lace
Insertion and ribbon, each now an inch
wide, are liked at present.
Black hosiery is still worn with all toi
lets. It is certainly the most becoming to
the foot of all kinds, with tho exception
perhaps of the dark bronze shades.
White veils are fashionable and may be
worn for all occasions, especially in the
summer. Those of plain white tullo are
considered most ■ lagant, although the ad
dition of black s :jiits renders them more
An illustration is given of a gown of
silk having a white ground with black
stripes and pompadour bouquets. It Is
cut in the princess style, the skirt forming
godets and having at the side coquilles of
black plaited gauze, terminating at the
hip under a bow of black satin. The front
of the bodice opens over a plastron of white
guipure over pink silk. .Bretolles of pink
satin pass over the sao_Mrs and arc fas
tened with ornamO—teC'Pwtor.':, a double
frill of plaited black SM—Wboing arranged
outside of theni. The silk sleeves arc
puffed from shoulder to wrist. The collar
is of black plaited gauze.
FREAKS OF FASHION.
Colors of the
Valenciennes is tho lace par excellence
this season, and it has the recommendation
of laundering woll, a rare quality iii lace.
There are used, to be sure, guipure dart,
point de venise, point d'angletcrro and
renaissance embroideries, but Valenciennes
is the preferred style. Alternate bands of
Valenciennes insertion and embroidery in
sertion in the delicate, old fashioned style
are seen and are having a decided success.
There are many more expensive laces, but
none that seems quite so dainty and femi
nine. It is employed on taffeta, surah and
foulard quite as frequently as on wash
goods, although it seems more appropriate
on the latter.
Mauve and purple in all shades are tho
dominant colors this season. They arc
combined with pink, which is a very pretty
union when both colors are pale; with
green, which is also reasonably suliKU-.c
tory; with blue, which is hideous, and with
yellow, which may be very artistic. The
gold and straw shades of yellow aro cs
peclally pleasing in contrast with purpl
tones. Green comes, a close second to
mauve in tho race for fashionable favor
and is much seen in millinery.
Serge and mohair make tho most satis
factory bathing dresses. White flannel is
very pretty, but it is heavy, like all other
flannel, and absorbs water so readily that
It becomes yet heavier. If flannel is
chosen, that having a cotton warp r.hould
be preferred, .>.s it shrinks less, u,:d sea
Water has great power to cause a shrinkage
of values, as most persons know. A bath
ing sui£ that amply covered the proprieties
at the beginning of the season too frequent
ly becomes littlo more than a name in the
course of a month. Of whatever material
the costumo Is made it is always best to
finish the lower edge of the skirtar.dtrou
sers with a wide hem, which allows them
to be lengthened when occasion demands.
A sketch is given of a lilllo summer cape
for mourning wear. It is of poplin or dull
finished sill; and is by a. pv.fiiiu; of
English crape. The turned over Dollar is
of the soino goods, and tho<_•_ is i.ned
with black silk. The s.'iio stylo of cape
may bo worn in color.! to m&teli Finr.;i>er
costumes. .TrDiC CeoIXI I.
Wonderful Figures on Snclight.
From a comparison of the relative in
tensity of solar, lunar and artificial
light, as dctermiued by Professors Euler
and Wollaslon, it appears that tho rays
of tho sun have an illuminating power
that i 3 wonderful iv tiie extreme, Ac
cording to their deductions, tho illumi
nating power of the "great day star" is
equal to that cf 14,000 Gaudies at a
distance cf one foot, or of 3,500,000,
--000,000,000,000,000,000,000 caudles at
a distance of 95,000,000 miles. From
the above iigures it follows that the
amount cf light which flows from the
solar orb could not bo produced by the
daily burning of 200 globes of tallow,
equal to the earth in magnitude.—St.
"I'm told you were at tbe theater last
evening. How did yon lil_ it?"
"Well, what did you Ece anyhow?"
"Oh, I saw a dozen imbeciles on the
st_ge who were trying to amuse the au
dience, which consisted of a dozen
The trade dollar was originally coin
ed for foreign use, particularly in our
eastern trade. It was authorized by act
of congress, passed Feb. 13, 1873, and
its coinage was begun in 1874.
Save Your Money.
One box of Tutt's Pills will save
many dollars in doctors' bills
They willsurely cure all diseases
of the stomach, liver or bowels.
No Reckless Assertion
For sick headache, dyspepsia,
malaria, constipation andbilio
usness, a million people endorse
TUTT'S Liver PILLS
\_§ AND ITS *"____}
~— the Editor :—I have an absolute
remedy for Consumption. By its timely use
thousands of hopeless cases have been already
permanently cured. So proof-positive am I
of its power that 1 consider it my duty to
send two bottles free to those of your readers
who have Consumption.Throat, Bronchial or
Lung Trouble, if they will write me their
express and postoffice address. Sincerely,
T. A. SLOCUM, M. C, 183 Pearl St., Hew York.
The Editorial and Business Management of
this Paper Guarantee this generous Proposition*
and is the result »f^Hfto7£? A C//DreCOLD_
eolils and sudden "> I
climatic changes. i «2ii mfl
It can be cured hy a KB* - *"E& ffljjj jg_fM
pleasant remedy which v&Jk'Muwm
is applied directly into _wT y <Siy J 4_M
the nostrils. JfSmW
For Your Protection I BS<^H
that this remedy does——— i * " -__■
not contain rt Ik, UsTAn
or any other iujuriouslsULU l M iILMIaI
Cleanses the Nasal Pa
ssages. Allays Inflam
mation, Heals the
Sores, Protects the
Membrane from Colds,
Restores the Senses of
Taste and Smeli.
IT Will CORE.
A particle is applied directly into the-nostrils
and is agreeable. Price 50 cents at Druggists
or by mail.
ELY BROTHERS, 58 Warren Street, Isew York.
VIRGINIA— In the clerk's office of the cir
cuit court of Augusta county.Aug. 19,18tKS.
K. G. Byers, Plaintiff.
Rudolph Myers, c* als. Defts.
The object of this suit is to settle the esiate of
J. G. Myers,dec'd,and for that purpose to cell a
tract of land In Augusta county containing
about 40 acres. And It appearing by affidavit,
iiled that Byers and Kyers, widow and
infant chl'd of John H. Byers, dec'd,Catharine
Keller, ,I.X H. Byers, and Ksdie P. Kyers, are
non-residents of the State of Virginia, it Is or
dered that they severally appear here within
fifteen days after due publication hereof and
do what is necessary to protect their interests
Inihissuit. A copy teste,
ang'Jl-lt JOS. B. WOODWARD, Clerk.
DO YOU KNOW WHERE TO GET
Medinm ani Cleap Furniture
Monumental Cook Stoves,
The best Stoves money can buy.
Oil and Gasoline Stoves,
to lighten housekeepers cares.
Tinware ani Furnishing Ms
Evou don't please call at
.36N. AisMd St., SlanntGO, fa.
H. E. LOVING.
itual Phone No. 87. Apr 24-ly
uy of the Maker
and have tbe Profits yourself.
*3*- For Bargains in
Screens. Curtain Poles, Baby Carriages,
I Refrigerators, Fancy Chairs,
Church Cushions, and Medium
and Low Priced Goods to sit
all tastes and purses, call on
(Successor to Lushbaugh & Kice,)
! West Main St., Staunton, Va.
I fully prepared to' furnish everything in
c, Metnlic, cioth and Wood Cases of all
vn:<ies, and Robes and Sh roads kept on band.
Sep 16-3 m J. p. KICK.
COMMISSIONER'S UFKIC-, "*"*"■" ■■
Staunton, Aug. 17th, ISM.
vs. j-ln tbe Circuit Court of Au.usta to.
John Stoner's adm'r „ als.
All persons interested In the foregoing named
cause, will Take Notice ! that I will proceed at
my office In Staunton, on
the 18th day of September next,
to consider iheexceptions filed to my first re
port inthiscause,and to take a further account
of debts against the estate of John Stoner,
dec'd. All pereous are notified that unless they
present and prove their their accounts before
meon Or before the day named for tating
these accounts, that they will be henafier de
barred from asserting the same. Thpse ac
counts &ie directed by order of recommittal
e»l_r«aou ttta H.rh May. J*S6
Suits of Va-
Ti PALAIS HAL
The Largest and Most Fashionable Millinery
House in Staunton.'
We offer this season the very latest Parisian styles in Hats and Bonnets.
They are things of beauty at very MODERATE prices, is the general verdict
of our customers. Our New York milliner i* fast gaining in popularity iv her
line artistic display of taste, aud can sti!,. trie most fastidious.
We also received a large line of the celebrated R. & G. Corsets. Siinr.i.-t
Corsets, H. _S. Corsets. A full line of ladies' and misses' underwear, rwsWy.
fancy goods and
She bait makes in the country, Black Dresai Goods a specialty. We carry
line oi: the celebrated
Bress Goods, aud can say without fea? rrf contradiction that it is t-i
best quality of goods iv the State of Virgin:.*..
It will be pleasing to your eye aud money in voor pocket to call ou us be
fore baying your Pal! hats, or anything «!*»■ in our line. s.
THE PALAIS ROYAL.
ViIFP< i - "* ! 4 < «$ ' t 'i^» n ■ Fa "-° ,!C ?«•"** cures quickly, P__aßa»tly e_
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STAUNTON SPECTATOR AND VINDICATOR.
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| boFt Itof_tobagco.
HOW TO CUKE YOURSELF WHILE
The tobacco habit, grows on a man until his
nervous system Is seriously affected, Impair
ing health, comfort and happiness. To quit
suddenly is too severe «. shock to the system,
as tobacco to an inveterate user becomes a
stimulant that his system continually craves.
"Baco-Curo" is a scientific cure for the tobacco
habit, in all its forms, carefully compounded
after the formula of an eminent Berlin physi
cian who has used it In his private practice
since 1873, without a failure. 11 is purely vege
table and guaranteed perfectly harmless. You
i can use all the tobacco you want while taking
: "Baco-Curo." It will notify you when to stop.
|We give a written guarantee to cure perma
nently any case with three boxes, or refund
the money with 10 per cent, interest. "Baco-
Curo" is not a substitute, but a scientific cure,
lires without the aid of will power and
o Inconvenience. It leaves the system
3 and free from nicotine as the day you
rar first chew or smoke.
By Baco-Curo and Gained Thirty
i hundreds of testimonials, the originals
;h are on file and open to inspection, the
ng is presented:
Clayton, Nevada, Co., Auk., Jan. 28.
ta Chemical & Mfg., Co., La Crosse, Wis.
lemcn: Forty years 1 used tobacco in
brms. For twenty-five years of that
was a great suflerer from general de
bility and heart disese. For fifteen years I
tried to quit, but couldn't. I took various
■ies, anions others "No-To Bao." '-The
Tobacco Antidote," "Double Chloride
I," etc.. etc., but none of them did me
st bit of good. Finally, however. I pur
a box of your "Raco-Curo" and it has
y cured me of the habit in all its forms,
tave increased thirty pounds in weight
and am relieved from all the numerous aches
and pains of body and mind. I could write a
■f paper upon my changed feelings and
on. Yours respectfully,
P. H. Makkuky
Pastor C. P. Church, Clayton, Ark.
>v all druggists at $1.00 per box: three
(thirty das-s' treatment), $150, with
lron-cl*3, written guarantee, or sent direct
upon receipt of price. Write for booklet and
proofs. fcureKa Chemical & Mfg. Co., La
Creese. Wis., and Boston, Mass.
if Store. lew Store.!
am now receiving and opening at
7 South New Street.
■ OPPOSITE VA. HOTEL
A full line of
TAPLE and FANCY
Selected with special reference to the wants l
ALL FRESH GOODS,
I racing everything Kept in a first
ii. line of California Canned and
cc selections of Tobacco and Cig
live me a call.
G. W. SUTLER.
order for Wheat or Corn. Refer to Dr. I). \V
.ianger.J. W. I'anl.B. W. Aloffet, Klijab Col
I uer, K. F. Smith.Chas. 1). Oawford, W. P, M ish,
I Ami Karacofe.aud many others In - ugusia
I comity and oiher parts ot the State. Write for
j i'ircnlars end prices.
McCUE & KEMPER, Ger. - 1 i\prenls,
nOMMISSIONEK'S OFFICE, ;_.. „_
l_ Staunton, Va., Aug. 2oth, 1886.
Martha E. Beard.
W. S. Beard*s Adm'r ct als.
I parties interested in the above styled
) now pending in the Circuit Court tor the
ty of Augusta, take notice that pursu
oa decree of said court entered in said
lton, Virginia, on
September Sfith, ISO 6,
ied to ascertain and report.
The estate real and personal of tha de
. Of tne outstanding and unpaid indobt
"bf the transactions of ,lno. S. ltitchic,
'r of W. S. Beard, dec'd, with the estate of
Any other matters deemed pertinent.
HAVE EYES ALIKE.
Fully nine-tenths of those who wear
nibses have different vision in each eye.
Scinetiuies it's a decided difference—in
<. : .;crsonly a slight variation. A oanetess
i unination wii! F.'.i 's. to bring ©iff this
eu'ect—the same It !>•..-• will be. stifled to
both eyes—and headaches ami e>e strains
th it medicine fails to relieve.are the re
-B'i!t. We test eaeii eye separately—select
i-.oper lenses, adjust glasses to suit both
My stock tbis fall is large and includes every
thing desired in the Fertilizer line aud suited
to our soils and the growth of wheat and grass,
! sell no goods except from the most reliable
manufacturers under their own brands. Some
of the leading items to fertilizers are costing
less this season than for some years, and in
addition to this factor in the farmers' inter
ests 1 will sell at a small profit to regular time
buyers who .pay promptly when due, and from
these low prices will give a liberal discount
TO ALL BUYERS who, to save money, will
make a special effort and pay spot cash.
I have bought no t only a general assortment,
as heretofore, of the best goods to be had in
the fertilizer line, but believing the plan adopt
ed by me for this season will be appreciated
by my friends and will add to my trade, 1
have, by buying a large stock, been able to got
low prices, and the farmers who kindly call
on me before buying elsewhere will find thai
they will do themselves good service by so
I believe my experience in selecting fertil I
zors—a specialty with me for years—and my
knowledge of the wants of farmers in this sec
tion are worth something to my customers, as
well as to myself, and in making selections
their interests as well as my own are carefully
My stock, as heretofore, will consist of the
best goods made, in tine mechanical condi
tion, and will be fuil early and late, and farm
ers can get anything they want at any time in
As profits will be short, I must make the cost
.■" handling jnst as small as possible, and will
therefore not be able to sell through agents,
or to send out any one to canvass, and all such
unnecessary expense will be saved by farmers
Ilrectly of me.
t forget that regular time buyers
eir goods at a low 'cash price. ; with
Ided for time, and that SPOT CASH
) every buyer to a liberal discount
Jas. H. Slackley,
tireenville Avenue, --'■'"
I Staunton, Va.
CLE & HAM RICK
ND 13 Vf. E__D_RICK .STREET
NEXT TO JESSEK'S
instantly on hand nic finest atock
our line ever seen In the city ol
All the latest styles a d novelties
Us attended day and night.
itail and under careful personal at
N os. and W.Frederick Si
j Grain Insurance,
Companies, at Lowest Rates.*
Dissolved Bone, ... ._ .
South Carotin- Bone, i
r's Soluble Phosphate,
:e Timothy Seed,
ie Clover Seed.
Will buy a limited quantity of good
Wheat or tak<> it in exchange for Fer
rilizer or in pay moot of note* due us.
BAKER & BROWN.
Get our prices before yon buy
Besides our own mixtitres. we have BLOOD,
t'ANKAGE. KA.SIT, MURIATE POTASH.
iIAW BONE an I 3. C. BON E, so you can make
.our own formula and ;lo your own mixing,
brwe will mix for you.
REEVES CATT & CO.
sep IS ots
Howard j kousF,
INO. C. MAYNARD, Prop.
Centrally Located. Convenient to all places
of Intsrett and Amusement.
Heated throughout by Steam.
American Plan $2 and $2.50
Cor. 6 & Pennsylvania Aye.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Iwlilai . liUltil !
Largest Hotc! ia Ws_Staite_ 350 Rooms.
All Modern Improvements,
JOHN B. *001 H I, Proprietor, j
American, $2 50 to $3.00 p*r day.
Six stairways to ground Boot and are ~ capes
on all sides.
Spec'al inducements offered to Excursion
Parties, Schools, _c.
20 large sanipli! rooms on first floor for the
accommodation cf commercial men.
WASHINGON, D, C.
A STRIKING PIECE
private tnum ! j
The Schedule of Prices at:
Bowlig, Spotts & Co.,
Without dread of competition they still
oflei to their friends a stock composed of
every article incident to that branch of
«_•_*■ fi_T.-HH_.D, inn-,
HUSc _ JftifMNSOlt. - ;
INSTTKES AGAINST FJRK A_o>
HALF A CENTURY INACTIVE OPERATION.
«- TJh+U OLD VIRGINIA INSTITUTION
Issues a very short and comprehensive policy,
FBEKOf petty restrictions and Lip. era _ in its
terms and conditions.
K. J. CUSHING * CO., agents.
No. 10 Crovrle Building,
K>neral verdict of all those who have worn the class of
Clothing we sell is
For the following points :
"Excellence of Quality,"
"Perfection of Fit and Style,"
"Most Reasonable Prices."
A Ten Dollar bill goes further to-day towards a
FL_TE suit than fifteen dollars in former days at our store.
_7ote the following items, each line in large and well se
lected stocks to be found here:
Men's, Youth's and Children's Clothing
Summer Coats and Vests.
Fancy and White Vests,
Light Weight Underwear.
A Great Line of the prettiest
"Fancy suits," Straw Ms, Stiff fits, lit Hats, Mwir.
Hosiery, Trots, Totals, Moil Uirslos,
litoslies, k, k,
Mail orders promptly attended to. Money refunded in all
cases where goods are not satisfactory.
A. IvOKB & CO J
1 7 SOUTH AUGUSTA ST. |
-S^fc—fi_s_ ; Thegrcatremedy for 33rvoii3 prostration and all nervous dlErur-fv of
M_~ the eencrr.tl v c irsaus of sot. such as Nervous Prostration, i; »;■
_s_s>k_l_Slr# Ingor Lost Manhood. In: 1 ' :<■■'• -. Niimtly amissions, Touthlu l Ei rors,
T|i| Till iTl~llWnir ' ilentnl Worry. e-Tcosstvo'ise ft V.ihacco or Opium, which leadtocon-
r" sumption and lusanitv. Wiiuovery S3 order we give n written R'.'.ar-
BBFOK— A_DAFT___S_ia. anleotocureor rerun! the money. So!clat»l.ooperbo_« noxe_
__.u_-____ia__-£i—iu. to .g SmW , m _... _L«T'r-at'H__:ie__iCO..CleTelaiid,Ohlo.
For B s y a,e Hogshead, Hanger $ Co,. staunron v..
File History of the Gioli Business.
If you have any
Urn, BOYS 5 OR CHILDREN'S
Clothing, Hats. Shirts, &c,
»uy. The Prices w_ quote at oar store are less than half
te. You must come and see for yourself.
Our motto—"Good, honest, Well-Made Goods
for Little Money."
jos, l; barth & co.,
Bothiers, Hatiers and Furnishers!
9 South Augusta Street.
"If*^^^ l *B^#S*_~feE 7 3--_ — The onlysafe ' BUroand
r _K~--M_S M. __ SS* reliable Female PILL
SpSfi ever offered to Ladiec,
|f fta §3 B3 .rJj*, _P, 8 |33, i \ especially rsccmmend.
iJSfL § EPS ft "' :hi S H_, 8 cd to married Ladies.
_F°Mp__'S CHEMICAL CO., - __*___». Oluo.
ET sale HopsnetHJ, Honger $ Co., staunto fr*.
$25 to mo, Until Oct. Ist.
This is jour opportunity to get well, cheap.
PAUL PRATT, Agent, Ricnmond, Va.
j Fifteen Different Bra?«ds
— OF —
25c TOBACCO i
I Tiie best evor sold in the City.
I TRY IT. TRY IT.
Also Select Groceries.
D. A. SNITEMANS
Fanes Save Tour Foolr!
The old Reliable
Ross Mler Cutter & Stato
IS THE BEST.
The Buckeye up-to-date Steel Frame
Glass Feed Drill, For sale by
JOHN A. WISE, Staunton, Va.
| and OHIO
TWO VESTIBULED LIMJTED DINING CAR
3 to 10 HOURS QUICKEST ROUTE EAST
In Effect May 17, 1896.
WESTBOUND. p"^_w 04, j No. 1 Daily.
Lv. Staunton, 5:12 A.M. 7:05 P.M.
Ar. Cincinnati,... fcOOP.M. *:OOA. M.
" Indianapolis, 11:13 P. M. ;i:')oA._.
" Chicago, 7:30 A.M. 5:110 P. M.
" St. Louis, 7:30 A. M. _H-.11.
" Kansas City, 6:00 P. M, 7:00 A. M.
" Louisville.... MS P.M. 11*0 A.M.
'• Memphis,.... 2:55 P. M. 5:50 A.M.
" Nashville 6:54 A.M. &SS P. M.
Ar. New-Orleans, 6:30 A.M. I__P.lt,
Additional local trains leave Staunton as
follows: Except Sunday-:>:39 p. m., arrive
Jllfton Forge 5:55 p. m.
No. 7, leaves 7:47 p. m. for Goshen,
iASTBOcKD. ~„,„.] sro.a-.0,
l.v. Staunton, ... !!:1I A. .">!. _Bf A. M
Ar Washington,. 1 _46 KM. _S0 A. It,
" Baltimore,... 5:21 P. M. i c:of> a M
" PMladelphla,; I_F._ ' 10:23 AM
" New York-,...; 10:: is p. _. ' 12:53 P M
•' Richmond,... 3:20 P. M. Si'O A. M.
" Old Point i 6.35 P. M. 11:33 A. M.
\r. Norfolk i 7:00 P. M. 12:05 Noon
Additional local trains leave Staunton as
follows: Except Sunday- __ p. _~ arrive
Richmond 7:45 p. m.; arrive at Staunton. 5.45
a. in., leave 102© a. m., sad arrive at Gordons-
Tine „::;."> p. ni.
*—c Sunday. Where no sign is given, dally
For additional information address P. H
Woodward, Passenger Agent, or .lames Ker
Jr., Ticket Agent, Staunton, Va.
GEO. W. STEVENS, H.W . FULLER,
General Manager. Gen 1 Pass. Agt
B. & O.
Time Table in
effect July 19, '9G,
'til farther notice.
I 420* 408» ~ 440*
NORTHWARD. I Pass. Pass. Pass.
Lv. Lexington 1100 am ■ m
" Staunton 7 48 a m 3 55 p m
" Harrisonbu'g 852 am| 500 p m
" New Market !) 35 am 544 p m
" Mt. Jackson 851 aml v 01 pm
" Woodstock 10 18 amj II „p m
" Strasburg 10 48am 7 02pm
" Capon Road It: :7 am 7 11pm
" Middletown 11 12 ani|7 28 p m
" Winchester ci 00 amlll3 am BCO p m
" Stephenson ! H (i!i am 11 53 a ml Klip m
" Charted town ,1i46am112 31 amj 851 p m
Ar. Harp's Ferry! 7 08 a ni 12 58 p m! 0 15 p m
" AVashington ; 020 a m 2 53 p mil 25 p m
" Baltimore ]10 40 am 350 p mll2 45 a m
" Philadelphia 12 55 am ti OS p m 3 50 ani
" New York j 3 00 pin 3 25 pm| B 52 a m
Mixed Trains Xos. 144 Staunton at MR p. m.,
stopping at all stations, arrive at Harper's
Ferry 3 80.
On Sunday mixed trains leave Harrisonburg
at 5 CO p. m., arrive at Harper's Kerry- 11 19 p.
_v. New fork _ 15 a m 11 M p m
" Philadelphia ; . 753 a m I_p in
" Baltimore '■ 400amlI Cn a m 4M) p m
" Washington j 12 00am 5 30pm
" Karp'G lerryi Sooa in 1 43 p m 7— p m
" c'liarlestown ] 8 24 am 2 ]« p m 8 l'J ii m
" Stephenson [ 9 02 aiu 2 in p _ 1U p m
" Winchester DlCani 3(2pm !i 111 pni
" Middletown | »45a in 3 £8 pni
Ar. Capon Head 10 00 a ni] 342 p m
" Strasburg jlO 0!)n m 351 p m
" Woodstock [10 17am itSpm
" Mt. Jackson [1118 am 4 50pm
' New Market 111.% ams 07 p nil
" HarrisonbuVtf 3pm liOtnai
" Staunton 131pm 711pm
Mixed train No. 411 leave Staunton at (150 a,
m„ arrived at Lexington '.(35 a. m.
On Sunday mixed trains leave at 10 _ a. m.,
arrived at Harrisonburg 3 00 p. in.
•Daily, except Sunday. tSunday only.
Train No. 40H connects at Harper's Ferry
with Fast Limited Express trains, leaving at
1:40 p. in., arriving at Cincinnati at ~,M a. m..
St. Louis ti 00 p. m., and connects at W'everton
with train arriving at Hagerstown at 2:11 p.
m., and at Washington Junction with train
arriving at Frederick at 1 SS p. in.
Train 416 connects with fast vestibuled trains
at Harper's Ferry at 9:14 p.m. for Chicago, at
10:21 p. m. for Pittsburg, and 1:36 a. m. for Cin
cinnati and St. Louis. Arrive at Pittsburg at
7:00 a. ni.: Chicago at 9:55 p. m., Cincinnati at
5:00 p. m., and St. Louis at fi:.'io a. m.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars run through
to Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and Pitts
burgh on all express trains.
For rates, tickets, baggage checks and fur
ther information apply to I*. & O. agents or to
C. E. IJudrow. Traveling Passenger Agent
Winchester, Va., or C. T. Hammond, Agent
CHAS. O. SCU LL, W. M. OB—EN!
Gen. Pass. Agt. Gen. Man.
Wanted-An Idea &S3
Protect your ideas: they may bring you wealth.
Write JOHN WEDDERDCRN & CO., Patent Attor.
neys, Washington, D. their $1,800 priio offef
and list of two hundreu Inventions wanted.
■ It's the Lame Leg t
' that sets the pace. A chain is no
i stronger than its weakest link. For
' weak spots and places that seem big
1 because they hurt, try
1 Johnson's Belladonna Plasters.
i In Pat'n phrase, they "suck out"
! the soreness and pain. Look for
' the Bed Cross. No others bear that
i sign. It means excellence + phis.
', JOHNSON _ JOHNSON,
' Manufacturing Chemists, New York.
„ Encourage home Enterprise.
WASHING POWDER. I.YE.
SEWING MACHINE OIL.
A NEW INVrMTOX-non-lnflammaMe,
iwn-<.xploHlve— rcni'u- * rirease from the most
dTucate fabric without „ju ry to fabric or color.
Grocers oi Prup_st«.
MARSHALL CHE—CM. CO.. MARSHALL. VA.
may l.i ivr
SPECIFICS are scientifically
prepared Remedies; have
been used for half a century
"With entire success.
80. SPECIFIC FOB
I—Fevers, Congestions, Inflammations,
——Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic...
4—Diarrhea, of Children or Adults
T—Coughs, Colda, Bronchitis
B—Neuralgia, Toothache, Faeeachc
9—Headaches, Sick Headache, Vertigo.
10—Dyspepsia, "Biliousness, Constipation
11—Suppressed or Painful Periods....
IS—Whites, Too Profuse Period!
13—Croup, Laryngitis, Hoarseness
14—Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Eruptions.
IS—Rheumatism, or Rheumatic Tains..
16—Malaria, Chills, Fever and Ague
19—Catarrh, Influenza, Cold in the Head
f 27—Kidney Diseases,
28—Nervous Debility- ..'.'.'.
30—Urinary Weakness. ""
34-Sore Throat, Quinsy, Diphtheria..."
"77" for GRIP.
Sold by Drnegnts, or »ent prep.ld on receipt of prlc,
8e.,0r 5 for |1., (m.y be a.sortedj, except 2s, Ji. size only.
Bt-rHun-uo. Co., vi» i v w__ «., s „ ,__