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I ,"£he Schedule of Prices at ?^CXj_ Bowling, Spotts & Co.,| WHOLESALE GROCERS, —\ / VSv 5 offe* to their friends a stock composed of every article incident to that branch of J 7/ f\Zl\ ._ tP( CAN'T TELL There are a great many watenrjakers who ' nvn.v iron,! «i,;,,„„ :., ,,,„ T ? i , mu clean a watch properly, and don't, be- '»"'> KOOil ,,u.)gs in the Book and it takes considerable lime to do it Stationery line from our windows, ind one does the ii-alcl, a'bnnr as much good cheaply your wants can be Supplied, is the other There is still another class (and ym should Come into the Store aed T. HOLT,l 02 south Aug,.stl st7eet. ' Bookseller and Stationer- tit Mft ftffrft IliSEB «* ' VINDICATOR. P 5£ VQL - 75 » STAUNTON, VA., THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1898. NO. 14. Watch Yonr Dog—Hydrophobia. A strange dog attracted the attention of the citizens of Middlebrook and vicin ity about Feb. 24th. The peculiar man ner in which he acted, by snapping on the slightest provocation, aroused sus picion in the minds of some that the dog was mad, then attention was called to the fact that the dog had been seen at numerous places in the neighborhood and had bitten or made attempts to bite every dog he came iv contact with, also some people. At least a dozen dogs have been reported to have been bitten and about half that number of people. The dog was killed on Feb. 26. Five or six of the dogs bitten, shortly afterwards became sick, exhibiting very painful and distress ing symptoms of a highly nervous char acter, evidently of some highly infectious disease, which some of us supposed to be hydrophobia, hut yet there was great diversity of opinion among the people. However, one of the dogs under our ob servation was allowed to live for two days, when the symptoms of the malady I became more apparent, exhibiting many 'of the symptoms which will afterwards be mentioned, .*>e rapidly grew when he was killed to be relieved of his sufferings. Several of the other dogs were afflicted similarly and were also killed. One of the unfortunate persons (developed symptoms of hydrophobia and died from the same disease. I will give a brief history of the disease, with its cause and enumerate some of the more common and prominent symptoms de ducted from the best authorities on this subiect. Hydrophobia, Babies, Dyssa, Synonyms. It is an acute infectious disease, sup posed to arise spontaneously in the dog missible by innoculation to other animals and man. We have the first accounts of the disease ar far back as the fourth cen tury B. C, and of its presence in Ameri ca in the beginning of the eighteenth century. It is more common in the tem .perate climates than in the tropics or arctic circles and more prevalent in the spring and early autumn months than in the extreme hot and cold months. The cause is a germ which attacks and abides mainly in the nervous tissues, substance of the brain, and marrow of the spinal column. Incubation varies in a dog from 6to 24 days (Pasteur) in the majority it ends in from 20 to 50 days. In man it is more prolonged, in 60 per cent of cases from 18 to 64 days, but quite frequeutly symptoms do not appear until three or six months after the bite, and in some cases one, two or more years. Three forms of hydrophobia are recog nized. The furious, the paralytic and I the lethaegic. The first symptoms are common to all and are of most impor-1 tance, as if these are recognized the dog may be safely secluded or destroyed be fore there is any disposition to bite. First a sick dog should always be suspected. In some cases there is unusual dullness and apathy, in others great restlessness, watcufTTlue-S' a desire to lick cold smooth objects, as h--_£o__"*_] piece of metal or the nose of another dog. Sometimes an increased fondness for his owner, though more commonly there is change from a formerly amiable temper to a morose, sullen, retiring, resentful disposition. If a social dog seeks seclu sion he should be watched- Barking without object, constant moving, chang-1 ing his position is indicative. The rabied | bark or howl which is often heard early is hoarse, low and muffled, partaking of the nature of a bark and howl together uttered without closing the mouth, some rub iheir heads with their fore paws as if to dislodge au offending body from the mouth, others turn their head aud eyes as if following im-.ginarj objects, also have a tendency to bite or rub the wound which is sensative and swollen. The eyes are reddened, skin of the forehead is drawn into wrinkleß and a watery nose is noticed. This stage lasts from two to three days. Then follow ing one or more of the above symptoms, fits of wicked fury came on alternating still with quiet periods. The red con jested eye assumes a fined stare, often squint or roll the eyes as if following an object at which he sometimes snaps, a paroxysm is ushered in by increasing uneasiness, frequent change of- position and a desire to escape, shown in rushing at the door or tugging at a chain. The howl becomes more frequent, respect for former companions and friends be ing lost, as the paroxysm increases yet I for some time the voice of his master recalls the suffering animal to some de gree of self-control. If free to escape he expends his excitement in wander ing, biting dogs or other animals that come in his way. The intervals of quiet are alternated with prostration proportional to the violence of the previous paroxysm. Twitching of muscles or even general convulsions are sometimes seen. In a few days the furious stage merges into the paralytic, shown by swaying motions in walking and then by pa ralysis of the lower Jaw, which bangs pendant and allows escape of viscid saliva, hanging in strings from the corners of the mouth. In this stage the animal is much emaciated and weakened, he may at first arise on his fore limbs when disturbed, but sinks again to the ground, there is now lit tle danger of a bite. In the lethargic form dogs manifest neither furious madness nor paralysis, but the nervous prostration is shown by profound lethargy and apathy, pays no atten lod or drink or to voices of ut remains in his place, grow laily more lethargic until re death toward the tenth to ;enth day. resent have this much dreaded our midst aud here an ounce of : will be worth much more md of cure. Do not endanger r the lives of jour friends for : a worthless cur, if he .shows above symptoms it will be a ness to tbe dog as well as pro the community if he be killed, ther preventive of its rapid ould suggest the usecf muzzles. V. W. Dunlap, M. D. ok, March 31. How War Commences. (Richmond Times.) We hear so much of "Declarations of War" now that it is just as well to look a little into what we are talking about when discussing them. It is very important there should be a declaration of war when nations fight, because the rights of private in dividuals are most seriously affected by a state of war. The citizens of the one Power have no right to have any transactions of any sort whatever with j the citizens of the other Power when the two are at war and contracts mada between them in that condition are j void. Many penalties of the severest character attach to intercourse be Bthe citizens of two Powers at theaeh other, >o that it is of the importance that men should officially and definitely when this country is at war with another Nevertheless there are bat few of the wars of the past that have been rve--~ " ceded by actual declar_Sio_-67~w_7rin a recent issue4__ e -B a]t ; more Sun made a ststenient of the facts in regard to the wars of this country which was very interesting indeed, and we shall make free use of its material. In the present century there is only one instance of a European war in which actual hositilitios were preceed ed by a formal declaration of war, and that was in the case of the Franco-' German war. The Emperor Napoleon sent his ambassador to King William demanding that he should declare that there was no intention to place a Prince lissian- House of Hohenzollern •one ot Spain and notifying -nless the demand was com a war would follow. King efused to accede to tbe de two days latter a formal de of war by France against is published at Paris on July ne wag remarked of this war Emperor Napoleon went to termelon season and slipped rhine." other wars of this century 1 commenced without any! declaration of war. In 1801, elieved that Denmark was I lace her fleet of the disposal j r Paul of Russia and she j sent her fleet after the sink and disperse it and this lally done secumdum action, .he same thing in 1807 when 3 Minister, Mr. Canning, i had reason to believe Nap >arte was about to acquire fleet. In both instance she upon Denmark, but there Jeding declaration of war. Russia 6eized Hanover with daratiou of war and Eug rith retaliated by striking dan ship in sight without -ar. c combined fleets of Great ssia and France destroyed Turkish fleet at Navarino y declaration of war having j ugland, Russia and Austria) iuppres s ing Mthemet. All ing him the slightest warn was a formal declaration ingland and France in 1854, isia (the Crimean war), but s made the British fleet the Black Sea with fight-' nd was carrying them out. oleoa 111. entered Pied lis army before he declared ore the Austrian army had river Lieino. Iv 1866 the ny started out on its march efore there was any de war, though one was sent ome days after hostilities seized all British vessels irs before we declared war it Britain, and the fighting vanced in our war with re we declared war against '. as been, therefore, to fight lare war aftewards. When is most likely to come by roaches, and the nations engaged are likely to be actually fight ing before war is declared. This will probably be the case if we become in volved in war with Spain, which every good citizen should pray may be avert ed if possible. The sick man knocking at the door of health gets in if he knocks the right way, and stays out if he doesn't.' There are thousands of ways ot getting sick but! only one way to get well. Do whatever you will, if you do not put your digestion in good order, and make your blood rich and pure, you will not get well. Rich, pure blood is the only thing that can bring perfect health. Constipation is a disease of the blood. A large part of all diseases are traceable directly to impuri ties iv the blood, and can be cured by eliminating them with Dr. Pierces Gold en Medical Discovery. The first thing it does is to put the whole digestive sys tem into perfect order. It stimulates the appetite, excites a copious secretion of the digestive fluids and promotes assimi lation. It searches out disease germs wherever they may be, kills them and forces them out of the system. The Golden Medical Discovery has been used with unvarying success for over 30 The Hew Observation Cars lletween Balti more and pittsbi-.rg on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. The new Observaliou Cars "Undine" and ••liiauca" on trains Nos. j and G, the New York aud Chicago Limited Trains on the Baltimore & Ohio li. X., nre ihe latest cars of this pattern from the Pullman Shops.' They are maguiiicently furnished with splendidly equipped buffet, parlor, statu room and observation end The observation platform is a special feature. It is six feet deep, rtith extended roof, tli;. sides being protected by large plats, glass windows. Fasseugers can enjoy (lie scen ery on all sides in pel feet comfort. The buffet is ever ready to supply light refresh ments, and dining cars en route serve full meals. The cars are the handsomest ever built by the Pullman Compauy, and will be run daily between Baltimore and Pitts- The Observance of Easter. "The observance of Easter dates back to about the year 68, at which time there was much contention among the Eastern and Western churches as to what day the festival should be ob served. It was finally ordained at the Council of Nice in the year 325 that it | must be observed throughout the Christian world on the same day. This I decision settled that Easter should be j kept upon the Sunday first after the| fourteenth day of the first Jewish i month, but no general conclusion was • arrived at as to the cycle by which the festival was to be regulated, and some churches adopted one rnle and some another. This diversity of usage was put an end to, and the Roman rule LuaUug Easter the first Sunday after the fourteenth day of the calendar I moon was established in England in 660. After nine centuries a discrepancy in the keeping; of Easter was caused by Church declining to adopt the reformation ol the Gregorian Calendar in 1582. The difference was settled in 1752 by the ! adoption of the rule which makes East er Day always the first Sunday after the full moon which appears on or next after the twenty-first of March. If the full moon happens upon a Sun day, Easter is the Sunday after.''— April Ladies' Home Journal. o as » Distressing Stomach Disease Permanently cured by the masteriy power of South American Nervine Tonic. In valids need suffer no longer because this great remedy can cure them all. It is a cure for the whole world of stomach weakness and indiSestion. The cure be gins with the first dose. The relief it brings is marvelous and surprising. It makes no failure; never disappoints. No matter how long you have suffered, your c ure is oertain under the use of this graat health-giving force. Pleasant and always safe. Sold by B. F. Hughes, Druggist, 6 S. Augusta St. Staunton,Va. Metals lose their vitality from repeti tions of shocks and strains, ahd may hej said, as the expression is, to suffer from fatigue—that is, they may be worked till i their molecules fail to hold together, and I and then they are in a state of exhaustion. * -_— • ! -o Cure Constipation Forever. < 9i'- sea ' cts Conn* Cathartic. 10c or 250. It _. C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money, j Gkand Tower, 111. Feb. 7, '98. I take pleasure iv recommending Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm. I have been troubled with a disease of the liver and kidney for years, and have been treated by a number of physicians, but to no advantage. By the use of six bottles of Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm I am now well. J. J. Vastine. For sale by Hogshead, Hanger & Co. derful medical discovery of the age. picas — tc the lasle, act gently and posiUvelftnT4Kiie-lV^. : *rau_J}&SS!v- > cleansing tho entire system, dispel colds, euro headache, lever, habitual constipation and biliousness. Please buy and try a box of C. U. C. to-day; 10, 25, 50 cents. Sold and guarantaed to cure by all druggists. Messages between Milan and (Switzer land, by way of the Simplon Pass, pass over a telegraph Itne with stone poles. * —*>.—* Belief in Six Hours. Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis ease relieved in six hours by "New Great South American Kidney Cure." It is a great surprise on account of its exceed ing promptness in relieving pain in blad der, kidney and back, in male or female. Relieves retention of water aimost im- I mediately. If you want quick relief and cure this is the remedy. Sold by B. F. Huges, Druggist, 0 S. Augusta St., Staunton, Va. E.lueato Your Bowels With Casrarets. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. Ioc,_>c. If C.C.C. fail, druggists refund money. lie great French actor, Taillard, is it to have a monument erected in his locate Your Bowels With C-aseareta. mdy Catharlic, cure constipation forever I Ssc. If C.C.C. fail, druggists refund money.' Shake Into Your Shoes. Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet. It cures painful, swollen, smarting feet and instantly takes the sting out of corns and lons. It's the greatest comfort discov f the age. Allen's Foot Ease makes -fittiDg or new shoes feet easy. It is a in cure for sweating, calleous and hot, , aching feet. Try it today. Sold by ruggists and shoe stores. By mail for n stamps. Trial package free. Ad , Allen S. Olmsted, Le Bey, N. Y. r 3 4ts Ko-To-li-e for fifty touts. iranteed tobacco habit cure, makes wealc strong, blood pure. 60c, $1. All druggists. * —. *—. Wanted Agon's, ie Confederate Soldier in the Civil War," mblished, contains 500 pages 12x16 inch d over 1100 large Battle Scenes, Maps, aits, etc. The greatest and largest War ever published, and the only one that ustice to the Confederate soldier and inse he fought for. Complete in one ie. Agents wanted everywhere to sell this book on our new and easy plan. Many of the lady and gentlemen agents who are Kirk are making from $100 to ¥200 per i. Veterans, Sods and Daughters of ins, and others interested are requested d for a beautiful illustrated descriptive I circular, free, and termt to agents. Address Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., Louisville, j * —»~ • IXlxcursions to Washiucton, L>. C. Via dies and Ohio Ry. Feb. 17th, March 17th, ; April 1-iili, ami May 13th. | The Ches. and Ohio Ky. will run excur sions to Washington on the above dates, at 85.75 for the round trip. Tickets on sale for trains Nos. 2 aud lof those dates leaving Staunton at 2:07 a. 81. and 11:00 a, m., good to return on any train within ten days. Tickets aregood going only on dates and trains mentioned. For further information call on or address. James Keii, Jr., Staunton, Va. Wher you come to town and wish envelopes lett-r-heads, hill heads or any other kind of joo work done, call at the Spectatob and l ar g er g ra i n are sure to result from a liberal use of fertilizers containing at least 7% actual Potash Our books are free to farmers. - £2 Nmshu St.. New York. —a—^p— ———, —a—a— 5; Our FARMERS' GUIDE 3 and i3 9 S Manual of *5 &3ew Seeds t Implements} ST Every fanner and gardener ipF needs one. Larger and more 31 Baa complete than ever. Send »» name and address. Mailed Free. pH Rbsifhth & turner go.* |g 205 to 213 N. Paca Street. <& |E£ Baltimore, Md. 3 Walking the Floor. When a business man gets to the point where he cannot sleep at night, where he is so shattered of nerve that it is torture to even remain in his bed, and he has to get up and pace the floor—it is time for that man to bring himself up with a round turn. If he does not, it means nervous prostration and mental, if not physical, death. For a man who gets into this condition there is a remedy that will brace him up, put him on his feet and make a man of him again. It is Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery. It goes to the bottom of things. Triinirrr-l i'n"«ii ■ m lv g r fir JaVh __>w-j'g.'-__- i ._itui_lHe dots directly on these spots. It promptly transforms a weak stom ach into a healthy one. It facilitates the flow of digestive juices and makes diges tion and assimilation perfect. It gives a man an appetite like a boy's. It invigor ates the liver. It fills the blood with the life-giving elements of the food, and makes it pure, rich, red and plentiful. The blood is the hfe current, and when it is filled with the elements that build new and healthy tissues, it does not take long to make a man well and strong. It builds firm, muscular flesh tissues and strong and steady nerve fibers. It puts new life, vigor and vitality into every atom and organ of the body It cures nervous exhaustion and prostration Nothing just as good" can be found at medicine stores. i '.l ha , d suffer .cd about eleven years with a pain in the back of my head and back," write? Mr Robert Hubbard, of Varner, Lincoln Co., Ark' I suffered for eleven years and spent a grest deal of money for doctors and medicine, but did not get relief. Then I tried four bottles of the uolden Medical Discovery'aud improved great ly. I sent for five more and now am glad to tell everyone that I am in good health " I MgefablcfreparationforAs- ? SIGNATURE j seatingihcToocSfitidReguta, h wuiwiuna I tiess and Rest.ConfMns neither 111 * * J 1 T « OTcr mm- | Mot Narcotic. $ ia UJN J " HB • jiuieefoTaitrSMmmrcBEB. '§1 \y ivAPPER j Jiccktiie Sola - g' /\p "FVFTIV j SSfe. f BOTT3LE OF j taafcy w i-tmrw. * . I ApcrfectRemedy for Consiipa- fljfe B 3 SB Hi tion, Sour Stomach .Diarrhoea, II H ni ill 1 M I nessandLoss OF Sleep. lHi\ " 1 Itt ' Tac Simile Signature of "•■"%■*■ V|J i L — ■■ I. I f-f CaEtorIa " P"' n P ' n ona-sfco botifog only, I* ' x'-.'i-V" " f5*¥^ 1 §E|' 3 n °t sold in bulfc. Don't allow anyono to ;oil | pp oa an 7thir.; e!;: <a tin pl;j or promise that it CVCRYBOBY « ADMIRES OUR SPRING AND SUMMER STYLE. lney look handsome in the pictures, but they are re- =3 illy far handsomer when you see them in the store. lj Dame Fashion has displayed a wonderful amount of M jood common sense in dictating the styles of Clothing for M nen and boys this season. The Suits and Overcoats are Ml lot too long nor too short. The Trousers are neither too 3 ivide nor too narrow. 3 Our present stock displays the best taste, the highest H ikill and the most reliable materials we have ever shown. 3] There's a look of the right sort about it—A feel of Ml the right kind—A fit, style and workmanship of the high- M\ est perfection. In fact the clothing has genuine merit. Ml Eyery Suit or Overcoat that leaves the store, is ready M\ to do its full duty, and do it honestly. M You are sure to receive more value, style and service Wft for your expenditure with us than is usually given for a Ml third more money. 3| The Say-so of this ad. is the Do-So of the store 1 We might talk for hours about the quality and price, Ml but nothing we could say, is half so convincing as the Ml garments, which speak for themselves. 31 JOS. L. BARTH & CO., | Wo. 9 S. Augusta St.. Staunton. Va.I The " Wonder" Dynamo and Battery Outfit for $1.00 — -* — - — _ is of wonderful utility, mechanical perfection and cheapness. Supersedes induction coils and chemical medical batteries forcurative purposes. Gives a stronger current without continual expense and annoyance of replacing chemicals. Has a current regulator and can be adjusted to a nervous child or to overpower the strongest man. It is the most interesting instrument for the study of electricity ever pro duced. Every boy needs it for a practical study and experiment of electririty. No education is complete without a full knowledge of this wonderful power. An evening party can be entertained for hours with expel iments made on this Dynamo. Invalids may cure themselves by its use without expense. It Is an established fact that electricity cures rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, numbness and nervous troubles. It increases the circulation of the blood, and displaces weakness and ex haustion from any cause with strength and activity. Electricity is the one great element which the emaciated system requires. The " WONDER " Dynamooffers to all au inexhaustible supply of this powerful agent. Fully equipped with armature magnet, brush, multiplying gear, crank and current breaking switch. All parts perfectly made and handsomely finished. Packed in a strong wood box with full instructions for medical use and many electrical experiments. Price complete, $1.00 by Express. By Mail, $1.25 Address all orders to JOHN GLEASON'S SONS N. E. cor. Second and Diamond Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. i Our readers will find jj & correct Schedules of I |j the four great railroads g I of the State regularly t published in this paper, | the C. &O. the B. & O. £ the N.& W. and Southern^ CHURCH IDIRECTOR Y. I First Presbyterian Church, on Frederick 8» between New and Market streets, services II a. m. and Bp. in. Pastor, Key. A. M. Fraser Second Presbyterian church corner Fredei lck and Lewis streets. Services at 11 a. m' and 8. Pastor. Hey. J. M. Wells. Third Presbyterian Church, Nelson St.. (Sears' Hill.) Preaching Sunday at 11 A M Sunday School 3P. M. Prayer meeting Tues day 7..1 D P. M. Rev. H. C. GUmore, pastor. Emmanuel Episcopal Church, worship on West Frederick St. Services at 11 a. m., and 8 p. m„ Hector, Rev. R. c. Jett. Trinity Episcopal church, Main street, be tween Lewis and Church streets. Services a II a. m., and Bp. m. Rector, Rev. W. Q. Hul- Unlted Brethren ch_i-s_._, Lewis street, be tweon Main and Johnson streets. Services at 11 a. m and 8 p. m. Pastor, Rev. 8. E Wine. Methodist church, Lewis street, between Main and Frederick streets. Services at " • m. and 8 p. m. Pastor, Rev. F. J. T I Christ Evangelical T I Ser^™ o*'0 *' " alr "nl Frederick street? vices at 11a. m. and 8 p. m. Pastor. Rev I H. F. Shealy. Baptist church, cornei Mal_ and Washing J ton streets. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m' Pastor, Rev. M. L. Wood. St. Francis Roman Catholic, North August* street. Mass at 7 and 10.80 a. m. Vespers and benediction of Most L'lessed Sacrament at p. m. Pastor, Rev. Father McVerry. Young Men's Christian Association, corner Main and Water streets. Services at 4 p. m A. Overdorf. Secretary. PROFESSION--. JOHN H. GI-KESON, " ATTORNEY-AT LAW, 23 South Augusta Street, •_____™_m__ STAUNTON, VA. TJARKY H. B__ASE. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office—Room 8 Masonic Temple. Staunton, va. I T M. PEKRV, " * ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Second Floor, Masonic Temple," "an" 1 Phone - Staunton, Va. TTAMPTON H. WAIT, ** ATTORNEY-AT- LAW. 23 Sonth Augusta St. h_* £2? ker & Harrison's former Office. I uec y-tr, JAMES BUMGABDNEB, Jr. I~ BUMGARDNER. RUDOLPH BCMGARPS- J., J. L., & R. BTJMGARDNER ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW _JM „>__ Mr atoall ««-• "usines. I TyiNFIELD LIGGETT. Attobney-at-Law, HARRISONBURG, VA. Ln P i"-,, lces . inallthe courts of Rockingham -nu Augusta. nov3s-tf I pARTER BRAXTON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, No. 23 S. Augusta St. special attention given to collections. E_ M. CUSHING _ SON, lan «-«■ GENERAL AUCTIONEERS. mn S " tf STAUNTON, VA. j )Xr H. LANDES, TT . ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, *___ Si 1 " HOUS6 **™* V ' VA - I7< B. KENNEDY. " A . ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, No 10 Lawyer's How, Kr._n.ol „*.... *, Stauntow, Va. Lhan~?itJ- n « on Klven to collections and JJERBERT J. TAYLOR. No. 8 Lawyers' Kow, (near C. H. Yard;. j oet7 Stapkto-, Va. Pft"C_H G. EiCHELBERGER, *-*■ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, _ . - -~- fciTAU_?_?ON Yi'"" " [ _«r Prompt attention to collections. ' R. S. Turk. Henry w. Holt. TURK _• HOLT. , ATTORNEVS-AT-LAW, No. 8 Lawyers' Row, Staunton, Va. I" aw office of A- J. A. ALEXANDER, Attokney-at-Law No 6 Lawyers' Row TOS. A. GLASGOW, a ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. B_i°di-|' N °" "■* Au -"?t» .Street, Skinner f aug 10-tf »,._.. I H. CROSIER, O . -ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office en Courthouse squat c, STAUNTON, VA. *„ I * Tom . r '., att , en 'lon given to all legal business 3 .ST. v , s i e(1 to ulm - ln state or Federal Courts. ,7.1. ", 6 J. ote entire time to his profession, lune i-tr D E. It. NELSON, It. Attorney-at-Law aud Commissioner nt Chancery. OFFICE No. 10 LAWYERS' ROW, 3ap *-■* STAUNTON, VA. A C. BRAXTON ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. OFFICE.— Rooms 13,15,17, Masonic Temple. Jan 18 '96-tf ATT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. No. 11 Lawyer's Row, ; LAWYER. 10 & 12 Masonic DR. C. W. RODGERS, OFFICE AT KESIDENCE—Cor. Freder lck and Market Sts. Office Hours—B.3o to 10 a. m, and 7to B.3Pp. m. sep 23-tf Telephone No. 285. VIRcIwThOTEI.^^ On First Floor-Entrance on New street i_S__-_-_- furnished rooms, private for a( jes a nd gentlemen an<l connected with the a „ I _? tra ,?ce and Front Restaurant Din ing Koom. Nice Oysters served in any style desired, rhe best service—Low charges.