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Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them that they will find it he largest of any paper Published in this City. W ai»!iMMTf"!f«!TTfIT!TTT!TT!TTTTT?»H»»M!TT.f!TTT!TTTt»nTTnTTmf!TTT!TTTTTrmTTie & % We are now ready to show the peo- g 5 pie of Staunton and surroundings the 5 § largest, best and handsomest stock of 5 | Glothing, Furnisliins: Ms & Hals, i S ever shown in this city. Every gar- S £ ment we offer is perfect is fashion, in * g fit and in finish, and better trimmed and g g more, reliable goods were never put on g 5 sale. We can meet every size require- 5 £ ment, the regular build, the stout, the Iff 6 tall, the slim, and come so near to fine & 5 tailor made perfection, that an expert £ 6 would be puzzled to tell the difference. iff You cannot afford to buy anything in JR 8 our line before you have seen what we j? S have in stock and how we are selling £ S them, as we are sure we save you mon- $ JK ey on anything you buy from us. |8 g All Goods warranted as represeted. Auy pur-' f? |k chase made of us and not entirely satisfactory, g g your money cheerfully refunded, «q g WEINBEG CLOTHING CO , | tf Reliable Olotliiers, Tailors, Furnishers & Hatters. * p Opposite Court House, Staunton, Va. 3 For Electric Door Bells, Annunciators, Burg- Hs* AWf lean Fti«+>» K e «■?«££ lar Alarms, Automatic or Hand Gas Lighting BCs? M "" "'"el's ffigf^ Appliances, Motors for Fans. Sewing Machines K3 ir% n »•]■ ■fifi or other light machinery, Novelties for Show fjgsa «! JUSSk Windows, Batteries and Battery Supplies of HB§1 K flHlH lira aVi Winds. Call on or address. jpEgS £-JjTI SfiUlJ § I'lW ■*"; W. G. CAMPBELL. -£Jj A -positive cure for HM 33 West Main Street. ||g| g||j Brer, eoStipatio'n gfcir Old electric Dell systems put in perfect work- Hs5 SBI j"V' ' j!',?-');!!' 11 ,'?' , For ff' tag order, and telephones repaired at small ■?' BB fuii-« , t .,i 1™" -,™l JB&I cost. Estimates cheerfully furnished for elec- fc||j WM forioeeuu; xmaile<1 M»t References—Sheriff N. 0. Watts. President Ot&m IB0! ' i:ittfiis co JBP Mutual Telephone Co. Mr. G. M. Blakemore, &■ iiAi/riTiuiuj. ' , i «B r Electrician Mutual Telephone Co. »*f??? ""' «- Orders left at Central Mutual Tel. Office, Jala, T. Holt's Book Store, or Spectator- Vin- sWRcator office, will receive immediate atten- . "wpOSm X "-2^"w! A Mifn B Street. TWEWSPAPEK ADVERTISING IN TH LNITED STATES. A book of two hu ■ ■ _ UHTrnim dre<5 Pages, containing a catalogue of about M/sT iHh mlklrHlni. slx thousand newspapers, being all that are mnlUntnU mniLllini. credited by the American Newspaper Direc- , . . , I torv December addition-roviKSTi witli having is a tiresome undertaking wmen (men regular issues of 1,<;W 3Uso results in failure, and something "near-y separate State maps of each and every State . , ,, . .- , . T , .„ ot the American Union, naming those towns a match" is never satisfactory. There's only iu which there ar* issued newspapers I one thing that you canuot match, that's having more than 1,000 circulation. This book (issued Dec. 15,18H7) will be sent, postage paid _,. , „.,. to any address, on receipt of $1. Address The E1 ectro-Si 1 icon, Sf£ z*° wel1 Advertisln s co.,»spruce st., i>ew i ors. dec ~3-3t The Famous Siivei IV::h, <*«■= —i — ■>» na aim because there is no other like it. Nearly a *■*■■***nsSSAIfl million housekeepers use it. A trial quantity FEIvlALE k"*iiUL-S which is sent The only original and genuine French Fe- male Regulator, of Mme. St. Germain, Paris FREE TO ALL J- "surpassed as being safe, sure and reliable m every case. Sold under positive guarantee will tell you why. Then the secret of beauti- 2f,SK23JE*8£££ii G |tthe genuine. Price J J „. *i.uuper box by mail. Sole agents for the 1'nl- ful silverware is yours. Simply send your ted States and Canada. King hakvabd address on a postal card to Washington St., Chicago. Silicon, 30 Cliff Street, New York. — SENT FREE f-po TEACHERS Buildings ot a most suit ■»■-& J- able nature for the establishment of a . . school located at Huntersville, Pocahontas TO nOUSeKGOBerS, countv, w. Va., are for rent orsaie. The peo- ' pie are prosperous and it is a splendid or.por i • . .. ««»..,— _„.„.. tunlty for an. enterprising teacher. Forjrur; ' lOftl?! flfliW P/l «\! V'Q ther particulars, address this Office. tlOUIU UUIflrrtSl I O 1an 22-tf w a striking piece j Extract (f Beer j 1 lili AID LHuiuMllUrl . telllDg how to prepare mau> deli-i The Schedule of Prices at! and delicious dishes. [)„,.,,[■,„ C««*+« B P« Address LIEBIG CO., DOWling, SpOtlS & CO., P.O.Box2718. New York. WHOLESALE CxKOCEKS, HOLD" FAST leS *-' ne STAUNTON, VA. | A] newanduseful device which every family Without dread of competition they still ■ SSpteSna offei to their friends a stock composed of securely holds rope or wire; instant adiust- every article incident to that branch of J,"^ Et a,ul r emoval of line: no props needed Merchandise. I s °? sl «ht. Popular prices. Agents want- mar W ?£f v f' ywhere. Exclusive territory. Attrac ti ye terms. Premiums and profit shaiinc V, maU°95 e m&y becom ? "sent, pair, by IS y^S^ >; C PARsvER'S \ • -~' n . l 01111^11 ! growth. ' j TheTe are a great many watchmakers who' \ M; v/ 'S >• can clean a watch properly, and don't, be- ! x x -i L: / y^ cause it takes considerable time to do it ; yr ify' thoroughly. There are many others who j * -v. Y~~ " / \\~^Z— can't do it risht no matter how hard they try, i ~~~ —>-— — / \ V — and one does the watch about as much good, / \\ as the other. There is still another class (and ""V'Hk. / V \ ' we want you to set us down in this class) who ! _\ / \\ know how and do the work conscientiously, j " \ / \\ as a trial will convince you. \ 551^^*5 \ \ FRANK DIEHL, / 102 South Augusta Street. Jw iK^Y^W WELLER'S : I New Shoe Store, ms rs j-p <.?ii Opposite Masonic Temple. *" white front. What is in a letter until you open the Just received our spring styles envelope and look inside. in lace, button and oxfords in 1011 can get an inkling of the blacks, tans, etc., and they are many good things in the Book and beauties. Stationery line from our windows, Call and Lnnk at Thnm ' but t0 fllIIy lea]ize how weI1 aud uau ana look ai inem. cheiipIy v0lu . wantg can be supjl]ied/ On the opposite side we have add- you should come into the store and ed to our stock of furnishing poke around a little. We are always goods, hats, caps, etc , the uew- glad to show goods, est styles, and a full line of sam- t , eeu. f0 Try us. " " gUaran ' FRANK T. HO LT, #0 f \x/ciir-"T-i Bookseller and Stationor- West Main Street. Staunton lll§ Spectators VINDICATOR. 9 * §g ' ' .," '■-■"' M '.' " ■■ — ■-- — ■ -'■ ■■ ■— ■ ' ■■■■ ■ ... . . ,, - , 3t ■ ■■ - VOL. 75. . > STAUNTON, VA., THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1898. If NO. 16. The Gateway of the Orient. I was, I believe, Frotnentin. the lent French scholar and art critic, remarked that the sudden view ie orient through the gateway of presented the most con ing picture of life and nature that to be found anywhere on the sur of .the earth. How nearly true statement may be it is hardly pos ito determine, but it is certain it would be difHeult to find elee •e on the globe a more striking ng of one world and opening of another. Through El-Kantara passes the solemn tread of the camel trains, whose destination is the silent Sahara and the deeper Sudan. In it are of fered up the fervent Moßleru prayers for a safe journey and return Th giant buttretses of the Atlas nioun tains, red and purple with the glow o the morning and twilight sun, look down upon a tempestuous mountain torrent which has cut its way athwart their core, and grim and crag eaten rocks, buried deep within their own bowlder masses, wall off with heights of 3,000 to 5,000 feet the gray and yel low panorama of shifting sands—th warm heart of the southern Sahara. — Forum. The dyspeptic carries a dreadful load Kback. It seems as if he were really up of two men. One of them ambi braiiiy and energetic: the other sick i, peevish and without force. The man weighs the other one down. The dyspeptic may be able to do pretty good wook one day, and the next day because Ime little indiscrerion in eating, he be able to do nothing at all. Most j iof dyspepsia start with constipa-1 Constipation is the cause of nine sof all human sickness. Some of J mptoms are sick and bilious head dizziness, sour stomach, loss of ite, foul breath, windy belchings, burn, pain aud distress after eating, lese arc indicative of derangements i liver, fatomach and bowels, and all I vised by constipation. Dr. Pierces ant Pellets are the quickest,.easiest nost certain cure ror this condition. ( are not violent iii action. Send 21 1-cent stamps to cover cost of Bg only, and receive free, a copy ot j erce's Medical Adviser. Address, 's Dispensary Medical Association o, n. y. Then He Sighed Again. Softleigh (sighing)—Ah ! Would 1 were your -ifctff, that I might hold both jour fairy-like hands. Miss Gyett—Oh, wouldn't that be just too lovely for anything. Aud I've always wanted a monkey muff so much. Gkand Tower, 111. Feb. 7, TO. I I take pleasure in reeommendingDr. J. I.can's Liver and Kidney Balm. 1 an troubled with a disease of the d kvJ.'J.ey fm: years, and have been by a num. 10 _t 0 f .■foti.te] utage. B. n.c next.-v.. six bottles (. 11. McL. _d-~Liver and Kidney am now \vell. Üby Hogshead, Hanger & Co. ShawSloane, who for several as been conducting a china isiness at Winchester, made an lent Friday for the benefit of s, to J. P. Whiteacre, trustee, ount of his liabilities is 52,700, assets are not known. This is c second failure there in many ■ —«—**—•■ Dress Alike. irienced Servant—Gentleman 0 see you, sir. ichmond—Who is he ? •ienced Servant—l couldn't find , but, judgin' by his clothes, j her a bigger or a millionaire.— I Caro Constipation Forevri-, jascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c. X fall to cure, druggists refund money. imous "dark day" that Whittier s in his "Abraham Davenport" is as much greatness of mind in edging a good turn as in doing 3ca. ___—♦ —. . Everybody Bays So. cts Candy Cathartic, the most won icdieal discoven- of Uic age, .lleas refivsliing to the tasle, act gently lively on kidneys, liver and bowels, r the entire system, dispel colds, daolic, fever, habitual constipation usness. Please buy and try a box 0. to-day; 10, a."., M cents. Sold and I >ed to cure by all druggists. ndsor Castle there is a carpet 40 readth, and it contains 58,840,000 The weaving of it occupied 28 ooiiths. y* kills time and time kills beauty ■stressing Stomach Disease mtly cured by the masterly power American Nervine Tonic. In :ed suffer no longer because thig nedy cau cure them all. It is a r the whole world of stomach s and indigestion. The cure be ll the first dose. The relief it i marvelous and surprising. It I 3 failure; never disappoints. No iow long you have suffered, your ■ oertain under the use of this I alth-giving force. Pleasant and safe. Sold by B. F. Hughes,! ;, 6 S. Augusta St. Staunton, Va! ♦ m » Observation Cars lietween ISaltl insi pittsbarg on the Baltimore Ss Ohio liallroail. by Observation Cars "Undine" and 'on trains Nos. 5 and 6, the New 1 Chicago Limited Trains on the a & Ohio K. X., are the latest cars j .ttern from the Pullman Shops. s magnificently furnished with y equipped buffet, parlor, state observation end. The observation is a special feature. It Is six feet Ii extended roof, the sides being by large plate glass windows. rs can enjoy the magnificent scen l sides in perfect comfort. The ver ready to supply light refresh d dining cars en route serve full The cars are tbe handsomest ever built by the Pullman Company, and will be run daily between Baltimore and Pitts* burg on the trains mentioned. mlf>-4t I - . __■_______■ A Baltimore man has determined that America shall own the biggest toy ia creation. He is making this toy for bis own pleasure, and it occupies one end of the parlor. He has a large plateau, on which are a wind mill, cas tle, railroad equipped with two tramp, a log cabin and a cottage. In the plain below are an artesian well, a farmhouse with a pump by it. a Ferris wheel, chutes having a lake at the J bottom, windmill, church, prison, [swings and band stand. In the plain! I is a large lake, on which boats will ply. [The windmill, Ferris wheel, trains, pumps, etc., will all work, having their attaches, as it were, performing the labor. The boat club house and grist mill will be pleasing features. A mil ler is seen raising barrels of flour by a pulley. The power will be supplied by three water motors concealed under the toy.—New York Journal. ♦ * * _ Relief 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 almost im mediately. If you want quick relief and cure this is the remedy. Sold by B. F. Huges, Druggist, 0 S. Augusta St., Staunton^Va. Solid Comfort. "I wouldn't be seen Einoking a cigar ette I" exclaimed the princess, earnest- Accordingly she summoned her good fairy, and bade that functionary lend j her a-mateh and render her invisible.— Detroit Journal. «» —♦—♦ War Talk. Weary Watkins—Friend, what ie coal bunkers? ?_____> Hungry Higgins—l dunno less'n its blokes that bunks in in coal bins, — Indianapolis Journal. .__ . Educate Your ll.>wels With Csiscarets. | Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. 10c, 25c. If C.C.C. fail, druggists refund money. ■ He Did It. Commercial Traveler—Who's that talking so loud and kicking up such a fuss back there in the private office? Clerk (nonchantly)—On that's the J6ilent partner.—Somerville (Mass.) Journal. Value Received. "I wonder how I can make my | money go the farthest I" "Have you ever bought a conversa tion over the low?-distance telephODe''" ' Detroit Free Pres?. Shake Into Your Shoes. Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet. It cures painful, swollen, smarting feet aud instantly takes the sting out of corns and bunions. It's the greatest comrort discov- age. Allen's Foot Ease. makes i tiglit-fittitff-'Tu-TiE'S shoesifeet easy. It is a | certain cure for sweating, calieoijs'aTiu'-ftvrJ tired, aching feet. Try it to-day. Sold by I all druggists and shoe stores. By mail for | 25c. in stamps. Trial package free. Ad dress, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Koy, N. _. mar 3 Its ♦ *» _♦ Obedient. "Oh, Bridget. I told you to notice when the apples boiled over." "Sure, I did, mum. It wag quarter past eleven."—Tid-Bits. Another Deal. '' I - sighed the sad-facsy man at I the poker tafjTeT-i iira'last chip disap | peired, "if we could see ourselves as others see us!"— Boston Transcript. .— . m ♦ Uttle.Slow. Flo (proudly)— Our minister doesn't jump at conclusions. Jack (sadly)—l should say he doesn't. I never knew him to reach a conclu sion in less than an hour. —Philadel- .—* * * Educate Your llowelss With Cascarets. Candy Cathartic, euro constipation forever. 10c, 25c. If C. C.C. fail, drus.:.ists refund money. ■ —— —* Conditional. A provincial past has sent a poem to one of the papers, entitled, -'Oh, Let ;Me Die at Home!" The editor has promised to let him, provided he keeps away from his office.—London Graphic. -«.——— * Dear at Home. "Where on earth could she have pick ed up so insignificant a man for a hus band ?" "I haven't __y e_aet information, but he looks as if he might have gone with a proud of tea."—Cincinnati En- Everyone can master a grief but he who hath it. Shakespeare. Wheu a man is wrong and won't admit it he always gets angry. Ko-To-K—c- lcr tfitty C«— ta. Guaranteed tobacco l.ab.t cure, makes weak men strong, blood pure. BUc, 81. All druggists. — 9 as ♦- The Paris theaters give away an aver age of 8,500 free tickets daily, ♦ § » Excursions to Washington, D. C. Via Ches and Ohio Ry. Feb. 17 Hi, March 17th, April 14th, and May lath. The Ones, and Ohio Ry. will run excur sions to Washington on the above dates, at 15.75 for the round trip. Tickets on sale for trains Nos. 2and 4of those dates leaving Staunton at 2:07 a. m. and 11:06 a. m., good to return on any train within ten days. Tickets are good going only on dates and trains mentioned. For further information call on or address. James Ker, Jr., P. &T. A..0.&0. Ry„ * ~_— « —_ Wanted A„en s, "The Confederate Soldier in the Civil War," just published, contains 500 pages 12x16 inch es, and over 1100 large Battle Scenes, Maps, Portraits, etc. The greatest and largest War Book ever published, and tbe only one that does justice to the Confederate soldier and tbe cause he fought for. Complete in one volume. Agents wanted everywhere to sell this book on our new and easy plan. Many of the lady and gentlemen agents who are a work are making from $100 to 1200 per month. Veterans, Sons and Daughters of Veterans, and others interested are requested to send for a beautiful illustrated descriptive circular, free, and termt to agents. Address* Courier-JournalJob Printing Co.. Louisville ' — —v., _—__,_*—;, T—o letter my lady wrote tojgjj I wonld you could see tlje lines!- There's a flavor ot orange blossoias And a tangle of jessamine vines,-* Oh, the letter my lady wrote to met I sit in my room and. see The sails on the ships and her red, 'eWOef, lips In the letter she wrote to me. Oh, the letter my lady wrote to mcl Here Is the word she missed, And here is the word that was never heard On the line her lips have kissed. And the letter my lady wrote to me Close to mj heart shall be Till the judgment day, when I drift away, Life of my life, from thee I —Atlanta Constitution. j BURNS AND SCALDS. Remedies That Should Be Used Before the j Doctor Arrives. | A burn may result from excessive heat applied in any way—hot air or hot water, steam, flame or electricity—or even from extreme cold. The injury re sulting from contact with hot water or steam is usually called a scald, but is practically the same in its results as a burn. Surgeons speak of different degrees of a burn, according to the amount of tissue destroyed by it. Thus a burn of the first degree is one that simply red dens aud irritates the skin; a burn of the second degree is one that causes actual inflammation of the skin with the formation of blisters, while a burn of the third degree destroys the skin and more or less of the flesh beneath it, or even chars and kills all the tissues, K eluding the hone itself. The effects of a burn depend partly ion its degree, but not entirely, for a irn even of the first degree may cause death if it involves a very large portion of the surface of the body. This it does by interfering with the necessary ex cretion of waste matter which is con stantly taking place through the skin. A curious effect of a severe burn in any part of the body is ulceration of the bowels following very intense con gestion of the entire digestive canal. The bronchial tubes and the lungs are sometimes injured by the inhalation of steam or very hot air, but even apart from such an accident a person who has been burned about the chest or back is very liable to have an attack of bron chitis or pneumonia in consequence. Tho first thing to be done in the case ot a burn of any degree is to stop the pain. This should be done not only from the natural impulse to relieve suffering, but because the shock resulting from the injury may be so greatly increased by the agony as to cause the death of the patient, even when the burns in themselves would not do so. Covering the part with any bland substance, such as olive oil, vaseline, sweet butter or flour paste, to keep off the air will often afford great relief, and in burns of the first degree nothing more may fes needed. Carroß _» : i, tfie I name given to a mixture of equal quan tities of linseed oil and limewater, was I formerly and is still in many workshops I the favorite application for a burn. Better still is bicarbonate of soda (cook ing soda) or calcined magnesia, made into an ointment with vaseline or lard or dusted thickly over the skin. P:r application which is often _ly grateful is a __£__tashCnitre). Hunters ' re I ista o?g-rip8 , i»-2r-^^- ; T.} | . c or other of these applications illy suffice in mild ca; V iyi, ant j in severe burns will help to rerk jC e t__ e pain for tha time until the doctor comes. I Youth's Companion. jT GARHEW-'STRUGGLES. w Jfe Burned the Midnight Oil When at -* Williams College. Sarfield was said to be only one of a ■y few who kept up their literary -indies while in Washington. He never did so well but it seemed he could easi- Ido better. Ho always gave the im :ssion that he had much more power in he used. As Trevelyan said of his •liameiitary hero, Garfield succeeded lause all the world could not have it him in the background, and be ise, once in front, he played his part th an intrepidity and a commanding c that were but tho outward symp as of the immense reserve of energy which it was in his power to draw. ' When I was a freshman in Wil ms college," said Garfield, "I looked ; one night and saw in the window my only competitor for first place in mathematics a light twinkling a few minutes longer than I was wont to keep miae burning. I then and there deter mined to invest a little more time in preparation for the next day's recita tion. I did so and passed above my rival. I smile today at the old rivalry, bnt I am thankful for the way my attention was called Lc the value of a little mar* I of time well employed. I have since medthatitis just such a margin, ether of time or attention or ear less or power, that wins in every tie, great or small."—Success. Prototype of the Dv Maurier Girl. In the mantelpiece in my studio at ne there stands a certain lady. She but lightly clad, and what simple tneut she wears is not in the fashion iur day. How well I know her! Al it thoroughly by this time, for she been the silent companion of my k for 80 years. She has lost both her is and one of her feet, which I de e, and also the tip of her nose, but ; has been made good, bo is only three feet high or there ats and quite 2,000 years old or c, but sho is ever young— lee cannot wither custom stale ler infinite variety— a very giantess in beauty, for she is eduction in plaster of the famous statue of the Louvre. They call her tho Venus of _filo or Melos. It is a calumny, a libel. She is liTenus except in good looks, and if errs at all it is on tho side of aus ry. She is not only "pootiness," but rtuo" incarnato (if one can be in late in marble) from tho crown of lovely head to the sole of her ro lling foot—a very beautiful foot, igh by no means a small one—it never worn a high heel shoe.— rge dn Maurier iv Harper's Maga- Stained Glass Portraits. .lined glass portraits are a favorite fad with women who can afford them. Tho queen of Italy has a beautiful stain ed glass portrait of herself, and it is said that Alma-Tadema is now making use of the same medium in a picture of the young Duchess of Marlborough. —_i -i A Name. "Why do you call yonr house The "Simply because it is the first in our Jow."—Boston Courier. responds readiiv to proper fer- tilization. ! Larger crops, fuller ears and larger grain are sure to result from a liberal use of fertilizers containing at least 7% actual Potash Our books are free to farmers. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 03 Nassau St.. New York. ATTENTION FARMERS! Farming Implements AT LOW PRICKS. Desiring to close out our stock of Im- Iients, we will make you such low is, for cash or satisfactory notes, as certainly make it to your interest to of us. apr 14-Gt BAKER & BROWN. I VIRGINIA HOTEL RESTAURANT. £g\ On First Floor—En trance on New street ■T Nice newly furnished rooms, private for BS ladles and gentlemen and connected with the n i ladies' Entrance and Front Restaurant Dln- ( J 1 ing Room. Nice Oysters served in any style I desired. The best service—Low charges. nov21-lv J. C.SCHEFFER.Prop'r. = jh—^r^^i.iNiiiiMiiiiiiiiiliiiMiillliniiiiiiiiiniiiii^^r^rr^M in IIP IZM^ |p"" m--' — g ii *Tpi-f at* Hrf-ic iVegcJablcPreparationforAs- § SIGNATURE : slmilatinguieTooclaridRegula.- || lingtlie Stomachs andBowelsof ft : —OF \ inessandBpsi Contains nstixr 'JS £j jg qjj THE — I NOT NiHC OTIC. ■ | &dsofOldl}rSAMimBKBm | ! \\ |^A 8^ Pumpkin Seed" « Mx.Scnna * %• 4b!m Seed . • I » : UI £i V XiH X Jfypernwit - 7 ?! tffi Cai-bonattSfd(i' * I ggSSfc. * : < BOTTLE OF Facsimile Signature of * ™ "UrTlO.rf s —■ — \ TSTEW YORK. I ■ Outoria 1. put up in bottles only It ■yonaaytamg elso on the plea or proviso that it „ n=ias eood" end "will answer every™" \ I jgg y fS P 030 - *** Sea that yon get C-A-S-T-0-B-I-A. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPEH. ?[■ rf ■//*" if H oa EVERYBDEW « ADMIRES OUR SPRING AND SUMMER STYLE. ™ .., --,- \, . , Hwiimiiiiiiiiifflwiiwiiiwimiiwiiiiii Iney look handsome in the pictures, but they are re- 3 ally far handsomer when you see them in the store. 3 Dame Fashion has displayed a wonderful amount of 3 good common sense in dictating the styles of Clothing for men and boys this season. The Suits and Overcoats are f yy""- A - PRATT, not too long nor too short. The Trousers are neither too M attorney-at-law. wide nor too narrow. 3 Oj. ■ -i i* t .. 3 No. it Lawyer's Ro„ ur present stock displays the best taste, the highest 3 Notary public. staumon v. skill and the most reliable materials we have ever shown. 3 " ovl5 " lyr - ' There's a look of the right sort about it—A feel of 3 J ML QUARLES, the right kind—A fit, style and workmanship of the high- 3 " lawyer est perfection. In fact the clothing has genuine merit. 1 LAW offices-Nob. 10 & 12 Masonic Every Suit or Overcoat that leaves the store, is readv 3 n , em P le - to do its full duty, and do it honestly. 3 btapnton.v^ You are sure to receive more value, style and service 3* DR. C. W RODGERS for your expenditure with us than is usually given for a 3 OFFIrTr AT uwam „,„ ' third more money. 3 OFFI( ' E A ft—v The Say-so of this ad. is the Do-So of the store. 3 offlceHours-8.3otoioa. m .and7to 83 o P m We might talk for hours about the quality and price, § S£S »^ phone s ° 4 285 - but nothing we could say, is half so convincing as the 3* f> Anf\'n* y mmm garments, which speak for themselves. 3 VJT-f\ ti Llfc. IN mmMmmwrnmum JOS. L. BARTH & CO., SEEDS ! I have the Most Reliable Assort- No. 9 S. Augusta St., Staunton, Va ' £2 . — ' from me they do not prove to be | JOB PRINTING — E I am the agent for the Old Reliable | OF EVERY 0JSCR«PT,0N y , f | NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE — kAT the B. F. HUGHES, Druggist ECTATOR & VINDICATOR OFFICE. no. 5 so»t h *.««*. s. r ..t. BT PBESCRIPTIOIS CA1EICLL! UOMPOClDiiii, take him to the J track for a You cannot reate a man health any you can a Bicycling akc- healthy healthy ; it unhealthy unhealthy. 11 lias been big a hurry, as worked . when he :iat lie does ;at, or rest, my to him, ;ne. Then, it is time .C3-cle. in edge on them, so that the least little disappoint ment rasps on his temper like a file, when his stomach and liver and nerves arc de ranged, and lie is continually gloomy and melancholy, he should take Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery. It makes a man as hungry as a fisherman and sees to it that all the vital elements of the food are absorbed into the blood. It braces up the liver and puts it to work in the right way. It drives all bilious impurities from the system. It fills flesh, nerves, brain cells, sinews and bones with the life-giving ele ments of rich, red, pure blood. It makes a man healthy and then a bicycle will make him strong. Medicine dealers sell it, and have nothing "just as good." ■ ••Through your skillful treatment I am once more a well man," writes J. N. Arnold. Ksq., of Gandy. Logan Co., Neb. •- I suffered for years with constipation and torpidity of the liver, irritation of the prostate and inflammation of the bladder. I took six bottles of 'Golden Medical Discovery ' and ' Pleasant Pellets' and am permanently cured. You have been the means of saving my life." t A man or woman who neglects constipation suffers from slow poisoning. Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure constipation. One little "Pellet" is a gentle laxa tive, and two a mild cathartic. All medicine dealers sell them. Our readers will find correct Schedules of the four great railroads of the State regularly published in this paper. the C. & O. the B. & O. the N.& W. and Southern ERCH (DIRECTORY. Fterlan Church, on Frederick B\ and Market streets, services p. m. Pastor, Rev. A. M. Fraser byterlan church corner Fredei s streets. Services at 11 a. m r. Rev. J. M. Wells, byterian Church, Nelson St.. Preaching Sunday at 11 A M 13P. M. Prayer meeting Tnes- Rev. H. C. Gllmore, pastor. Episcopal Church, worship on :k St. Services at 11 a. m„ and 8 Rev. R. C. Jett. copal church. Main street, be ind Church streets. Services a lp. m. Rector, Rev. W. Q. Hul bren chert-. Lewis street, be id Johnson streets. Services at 8 p. m. Pastor, Rev. 8. X :hurch, Lewis street, between derick streets. Services at 11 a . Pastor, Rev. F. J. Prettyman gelical Lutheran church, Lew een Main and Frederick street* ..a.m. and 8 p. m. Pastor. Rev H. F. Shealy. Baptist church, cornei Mal_ and Washing , 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 1U.30 a. m. Vespers and benediction of Most riessed Sacrament at p. m. Pastor, Rev. Father McVerry. Young Men's Christian Association, corner Main and Water streets. Services at * p. m Sunday. Geo. A. Overdorf, Secretary. PROFESSIONAL JOHN H. GILKESON, ATTORNEY-AT LAW, 23 South Augusta Street, jan 6-6 m Staunton, Va. HARRY H. BL-ASE. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office—Room 8 Masonic Temple. _j| an 6 Staunton, Va. T M. PEKRY, -. I w • ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Second Floor, Masonic Temple,' Mutual Phone. Staunton, Va. TTAMPXON H. WATT, AM- ATTORNEY-AT- LA I 23 South Angnsta St. I Tucker _ Harrison's former Office, dec 9-tf | JAMES bumgardnkb, jr. jL. BDMGARDNER. RUDOLPH BUJIQAHI I ! J., J. L., & R. BtJMGARDNER ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAV- Prompt attention given to all lega business entrusted to our hands. VyiNFIELD LIGGETT, " ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, HARRISONBURG, VA. Practices in all the courts of Rockingham and Augusta. nov 26-tf pAHTER BRAXTON, V*» ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW, I No. 23 8, Augusta St. Special attention given to collections. II? M. CGSHING _ SON, - *-f* _. .. GENERA I — iai>_-u StacntonTva, Y\7" H.LANDKS, '» • ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW, v- • - _> _- o STAUNTON, VA. - o. i, court House Square. f? B. KENNEDY, A- • ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, No 10 Lawyer's How, o . , * -. Stalstoh, Va. special attention given to collections and Jliancery practice. HERBERT J. TAYLOR. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, No. 8 Lawyers' Kow, (near C. H. Yard). °ct 7 Stapkto-. Va. %*' •Vr' ! - EiCHELBERGER, i„0> 6 - -.!-t!!!^_£_F t ohney-at-law_. l__. A ... .. Staunton, Va. I attentlontoco_lB|s_BK_ —~ TURK Si HOLT, Nn s r__l oK^- YS -AT-LAW No.SLawyer^jto^tan^^Tj T aw Office of UJ J- A. ALEXANDER, octl7-tf NoBLaw yers'Row TOS. A. GLASGOW, „ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ____§£ N °- »S- augl(M;f STAUNTON, VA. J H. CROSIER, ' " ,9jv ' STAUNTON, VA. j Trompt attention given to all legal business sntrusted to him. In state or Federal Courts la I-m- o'*0 '* ent!re tlmo to nls Profession. ' D E. R. NELSO>. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND COM-ISSIONt- _» Chancery. OFFICE No. 10 LAWYERS' ROW, J an 4 ~ tf STAUNTON, VA. A C. 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