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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. i\fi/EINBERG CLOTHING M i VV COMPANY! H IS «* Our customers know full well that we are p3 |H prepared to fill their every want. They know ||| ||p that no store iu Staunton is sc well equipped to Mr ||| do so. That we always give them full value for |fi| GSBj their money, superior goods for the least price, |g| mm and the best treatment at all times, consequently ||| (J9j| when they leave our store they always leave agg G5(3j satisfied. It's a fact that an element of doubt |sp M§ will always linger in the minds oi" those who do 3j&k ®& not buy our Clothing, as to whether thej are get- jgjg Jj§i§ ting the best good at the right price and the |p Sis proper treatment. j|3ffl. Our unmatchable Men's, Boys' and Children's ||| I SUITS for SUMMER, M are ready for your inspection and selection. They |j<g jpy include such favorites as fine Blue and Black j|3S SS Diagonals and Serges cut either single or dou- ||jg jflj ble breasted styles, as well as three and four |g button cutaway frock suits, made by expert SB jpS tailoes; quality and workmanship unexcelled. j|jg| »|§j Linen Crash Suits in endless variety. f|jj I WEINBERG CLOTHING CO., 1 p Reliable Clothiers, Tailors, Hatters an! Fmisleri g §» Opposite Court House, Staunton, Va. B iric Supplies! | _>oor Bells, Annunciators, Uurg- utomatic or Hand Gas Lighting lotors for Fans. Sewing Machines machinery, Novelties for Show tteries and Battery Supplies of 11 on or address ;. CAMPBELL, 3 West Main Street, bell systems put In perfect work- d telephones repaired at small ,tes cheerfully furnished for eiec- my kind. -Sheriff N. C. Watts. President hone Co. Mr. G. M. Blakemore, utual Telephone Co. [eft at Central Murual Tel. Office, ;'s Book Store, or Spectator- \ in- *22 VV. Main Street. UMlr1ATERiAL! some undertaking which often failure, and something "nearly j 1 is never satisfactory. There's ; that you cannot match, that's Bctro-Silicon, Famous Silver Polish, ■e is no other like it. Nearly a ekeepers use it. A trial quantity : REE TO ALL why. Then the secret of beauti- e is yours. Simply send your postal card to .cox, 30 Cliff Street, New York. [ERS.— Buildings ot a most suit iture for the establishment of a 3d at Huntersville, Pocahontas a., are for rent or sale. The peo- erous and it is a splendid orporj v enterprising teacher. I oritur; ars, address this Office. STRIKING PIECE _ LEGISLATION! hedule of Prices at ig, Spotts & Co., LBSALE GROCERS, AUNTON, VA. ead of competition they still r friends a stock composed of le incident to that branon of e. y. a great many watchmakers who watch properly, and don't, be- kes considerable time to do it . There are many others who hrfat no matter how hard they try, ;s the watch about as much good . There is still another class (and u to set us down in this class) who ind do the work conscientiously, 11 convince you. ANK OIEHL, JEWELER, ft Augusta Street. ECTACLES to suit all eves. TELLER'S ' Shoe Store, pposlte Masonic Temple. WHITE FUONT. received our spring styles :e, button and oxfords in 1, tans, etc., and they are ies. nd Look at Them. e opposite side wehaveadd- our stock of furnishing , hats, capa, etc., the new- sies, and a full line of sam- jT suits, a fit gnaran- Try us. ■ '— (_ _____**" t (_ «W >r .<■•_ 1\kT . ■ HI _" _■."* W aa_BaW aaW *_L_F | W ■ & O ADVERTISING IN THE dred pages, containing a catalogue of about six thousand newspapers, being all that are credited bv the Amrican Newspaper Direc- tory' i December addition for 18'JT) with having regular issues of 1,000 copies or more. Also separate State maps of each and every Stale of the American Union, naming those tow ns only in which there are issued newspapers having more than 1,000 circulation. This book (issued Dec. 15,18H7) will be sent, postage paid, to anv address, on receipt of SI. Address The Geo. K Koweil Advertising Co., 10 Spruce St., ST. GERMAIN FEMALE PILLS The only original and genuine French-Fe- male Regulator, of Mme. St. Germain, Paris. Unsurpassed as being safe, sure and reliable In every case. Sold under positive guarantee or money refunded. Get the genuine. Price $1.00 per boxjiv mail. Bole agents for the Uni- ted States and Canada. KING HARVARD CO., 357 Washington St., Chicago. Liebig COMPANY'S Extract f f Beet COOK BOOK telling how to prepare many deli- cate and delicious dishes. Address LIEBIG CO., P. O. Box 2718, New York. j HOLD-FAST <™» A new and useful device which every family will buy, is sold only through local agents. Simple and strong; can be put up anywhere; securely holds ropo or wire; instant adjust- uieat and removal of line: no props needed. Sells on sight. Popular prices. Agents want- ed everywhere, hxclusiye territory. Attrac tive terms. Premiums aud profit sharing. Any one may become agent. Sample pair, by o'J8 Locust St., Philadelphia. FARKER'S "H "" SteSSsl HAIR BALSAM J ?_F__ __3^ lesjjea beautifies the hair. ? Promotes a luxuriant r*owlh. Pails to Kestcre Graft HAir to its Youthful Color. I Hc^V^HfI '-■*_*&& Cx™* scalp disease? & hair faliiag. I *J g.'c.acttgl.v-tu " I — / \ \ —"~ (CAN'T TELL What is in a letter until you open the envelope and look inside. You can get an iukling of the many good things in the Book and Stationery line from our windows, but to fully realize how well and cheaply your wants can be supplied, you should come into the store and poke around a little. We are always glad to show goods. FRANK T. HOLT, Bookseller and Stationer- West Main Street, j I The Fostering Mother." POEM, BY ARMISTEAD C. GORDON. Delivered June 14, 1898, at the Inauguration of the New Build- ings of the University of Virginia, Replacing Those Destroyed hy Fire October 27, 1895. The dawn of Bummer breaks in beauty o'er her, Crowned Queen, and seated on her throne once more; (iather again her children to adore her, — To hail her soul-compelling as of yore, Where she sits girdled with an olden glory, Turning the latest page of her illumined story :— An open book that he who runs may read, — Annals of patience, courage, sacrifice, Blazoned with lofty thought and splendid deed, Science and song and battle's great emprise; Scroll of the intellect's majestic sway ; Scripture of hope and faith that shall not fade away. One name, before which none in all time ever Hath been or shall be, shining there is writ :— - \TiTf-_eT mighty giver Of Freedom's Charter, and the Voice of it. When kingdoms shake, and iron empires fall, Through multitudinous time shall ring the clarion call Of the eternal lesson that he taught:— "The gift of God is Freedom." Never gift, In all the ages with His promise fraught. Hath been bestowed like this one to uplift H^^^ Mortality to godhood, and to light Man's pathway through the years till Time be put to flight. It Is the gift of God. Philosophy Might not devise it; art might never limn Its beauty; in the realm of poesy It were undreamed of, were it not of Him. Science, whose feet are with the lightnings shod, Had never found it; for It is the gift of God. And when the nations arm them for the fray With hearts of fire and force of triple steel, To test the durance on some fateful day Of Tyranny or Freedom, they shall feel — H Vhether on blood-drench'd sod or wand'ring wave, — The conquest theirs who know its sov'reign strength to save. Let us rejoice then that upon her scroll, Whereon our Mother reads the unfettered creed, The sacrificial courage of the soul, The untrauanieled thought that works the deathless deed, — Is written first, to last through latest years. This gift of God, though gained with immemorial tears. Teaching the lesson of that morning Voice To all her children, peace encompassed her, Till dawned a day in springtime, when the choice: "Death or Dishonor!" made her pulses stir In scorn of life dishonored. "For the Truth Go forth and die!" she said to her immortal youth. The drum beat, and they answered. As they stood In the forefront of war, a sacred band. And poured the red libation of their blood At freedom's altar for their native land, The stricken Mother wrote in words of flame : "For Truth's most holy cause," o'er each resplendent name. Bor Truth and Freedom ! Not the nameless dead, Who through the centuries by the Grecian sea leep in the narrow pass they kept, shall shed A nobler lustre upon Liberty han these heroic hearts to whom she taught That Spartan fortitude is born of Spartan thought Fronting defeat, she heard the drumbeat cease, — She heard the cannonading die away.— Counting her graves beneath the stars of peace, With her dumb memories of that ended day Sacred to Freedom, glorified by death, She turned her holiest page in more exalted faith. "In storm or sunshine this one thing is sure, iAnd shall be through His everlasting years:— The gift of God is destined to endure," — So wrote she, "though ye take it c'en with tears, Heartbreak and agony and bloody sweat; They who have loved it once have never lost it yet." It is her lesson still. Her slain sons sleeping A last long sleep, their battles all forgot,— Whom neither love nor prayers, nor any weeping Might bring back to the land where they are not,— Speak from the grave the message of their gain, That they are likewise free who slumber with the slain.. It is the lesson still that to the living Who gather 'neath her mantle's ample fold. She gives as one most worthy of her giving,— Better than fame, and finer far than gold,— The gift of God, that hath been and shall be, To know the eternal Truth, and knowing, to be free. Freedom of thought, word, deed, —the wider scope, The nobler sense, the keener, deeper sight, The truer aim, the holier, higher hope. The more abundant strength, the loftier light,— All these are wiitten fair for him to read Upon her open page, who learns her larger creed. "The gift of God is Freedom." To the end God grant it be the lesson she shall teach, Until its echoes, circling earth, shall blend In one deep chorus of thought, deed and speech,— When all the people upon land and sea Shall know the Truth at last, and it shall make then. free. Death" was the most tarrible thing iv the world to them. They feared it as people now fear the Cholera and Yellow Fever. And yet there is a thing that causes more misery and more deaths than any of these. It is so common that nine-tent__ of all the sickness iv the world is traceable to it. It is merely that simple, common thing constipation. It makes people listless, causes dizziness, headache, loss of appetite, loss of sleep, foul breath, and distress after eating. The little help needed is furnished by Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellets. One pill is a gentle laxative and two a mild ca thartic. Once used, always iv favor. If you are careless enough to let an un scrupulous druggist sell you something on which he makes more money, it is your own fault if you do not get well. Be sure and get Dr. Pierces Pleasant Send 211-ccnt stamps to cover cost of mailing only, and receive free, a copy ot Dr. Pierces Medical Adviser. Address, "World's Dispensary Medical Association Buffalo, N.Y. Illinois alone publishes more newspa pers than all Spain. Relief iv 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. i Believes retention of water aimost im mediately. If you want quick relief and j cure this is the remedy. Sold by B. F. Huges, Druggist, G S. Augusta St., 1 " ♦___♦ Baptist Young Peoples Union of America, Buffalo, N. V., July 14 to 17, '98. Baltimore _ Ohio Railroad. 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Europe the women have '9,000. ration is a term com idicate a weakened and i of the nervous system ondition of the blood. ■c unusual nervousness, y, and incapacity for Bttal labor, and it is s in diet or hygiene, tn's Strengthening Cor- Purifier is recogniz even by the medical i superior remedy to kness of this character. 1.00 a bottle, ihead, Hanger &Co. -*- -_. _ ;h salt in the sea to cover is with a layer one mile 0 0 0 i Ride Your Wheel into youi shoes Allen's der for tbe feet. It keeps id comfortable, prevents id makes your endurance Over 100 000 wheel peo en's Foot-Ease. They all ), insist on having it. It amfort to smarting, hot, lervous feet. At all drug res, 25c. Sample free by -llen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, nd Nerthwestern is the lway company to make • —• —_ ■ )different species of toad rooms found in Great Something About the Men Who Win Some of England's Battles. The Gnrkhas, to whose valor we owe so much on tho Indian frontier, are not afraid of death in any shape or form, have the instinct of instant and unques tioning obedience to orders from supe riors and take an aotual and physical delight in fighting. It is a popular error i to suppose that they are without caste. There are about 18 different castes among them and several subdivisions in each caste, but when serving in British regiments and while on a campaign Gnrkhas do not allow their caste sys tem to interfere with their comforts and will eat and drink freely with Euro- j peans and among themselves. They have no objection to taking a pull at a Brit ish soldier's flask and will share a "chapati" with the most menial camp follower. They will gladly take a cigar or tobacco from a European, but on no a .count must a man of one caste onaoke in the company" of another. All Gurkhas trace their the Rajputs of central India, the Thap pas and Gnrungs especially claiming to have the bluest Hindoo blood in India 'running in their veins. They have, however, intermarried for generations with Mongolian women. One would imagine therefore that in prooess of ilistinctly now type, combining tag characteristics of both races, ye been evolved, but as a mat t the vast majority of Gurkhas ir Aryan or Chinese in their untenance. Europeans general ;e that all Gurkhas are squat h broad nostrils, high cheek 1 deep set, narrow eyes. This o case. The Second Gnrkhas has large numbers of Gurungs ppas in its ranks who are of a lild, with beautifully chiseled ! p features, Aryans every inch. as have one physical peculiar r stature is below tho aver they do not wear beards and staches, in spite of much care, tain a luxuriant growth, to observer a Gurkha regiment o consist of boys, not men. It icord that when Lord Roberts jhing throngh the Kurram the romen and children came out at the striplings whom he was as it seemed, to their certain nd they only changed their when, largely owing to the of theso same Gurkhas, the Af aay was driven headlong from ar Kotal. lonel of a distinguished regi d to tell a story of a Pathan traveled a long distance to get c of the terrible soldiers that ited his countrymen. When he little boyish looking Gnrkhas guard at the Bala Hissar, ho ad suicide "for very shame," -and this is the best part of the a the guard declared when asked in the presence of the dead jondon News. jam Jones and Talmage. ones is the embodiment of an that sometimes comes very :• border line of discourtesy. A in who often assists him in his meetings told me the other day ry in the early history of Mr. rangelistic work: He was in- Dr. Talmage to hold a series of 3 in tho doctor's Brooklyn Mr. Jones went to Dr. Tal aomo during the afternoon of an which his engagement began oduced himself. Mr. Talmage im over and was evidently a lit i aback at the rather shabby ap iof the evangelist. As it ap l evening he said, "Brother ould you take it amiss if I pre on with a new suit of clothes?" aly not," said the accommodat uel. He was taken to a clothier d from head to foot, topping all dgh hat. arch the doctor introduced him Rev. Samuel P. Jones from Mr. Jones arose with his new hand and repeated, "Yes, the inuel P. Jones from Georgia," ed: "And this is the new suit as and this the new hat your as presented to me. If your pas as much of the grace of God in t as ho has pride, he would con- Brooklyn and would not need Homiletic Review. J Maginn. I wood set a high value on Ma ontributions. "Thero is one pe -cellence," he writes, "in this yhich strikes us Scotsmen—his omatic English. No Scotchman, • practiced as a writer, is mas le English tongue so as to be vrite in this way." But he nev ired to impart this opinion to ible and irascible North, an was a brilliant but unman creature. He soon drifted away aga and devoted himself to its d imitator, Fraser's. When nfs lad brought him to a premature -ockhart wrote his epitaph in a jingling rhymes: -ly to bed, lies kind William Maginn. ir long was his heart, though his sches wero thin, st ho was beat and sought help from bin. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Irink and tho girls, I ne'er heard ot a irse, better tew, than bright, broken Maginn. —Longman's Magazine. Trying to Make It Out. Theodore—l declared myself, Alfred, but I don't know whether sho accepted me or not. That's what I'm trying to make out, you know. Alfred—What did yon say to her? Theodore—l said that I thought the world of her, and she said, "It's a queer world." That was all, don't you know, and deuced if I know whether it meant she is in love with me or not. —Boston Ttanscript. p !■ VTariii "Water Baptism. We would impress upon tjae clergy the necessity of having tbe water warm ed. Baptism, it is true, is seldom or never administered by immersion, but even when affusion is used tho contact of cold water with a child's head might injuriously affect one with an already sufficiently low power of resistance. — Lancet. 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It acts directly on the deli cate organs concerned, and makes them strong, vigorous and healthy. It banishes the discomforts of the r -rpr Qt'iß_MgQd.aud makes baby's advent'-a-yiaticHTrffro-rfrain less. It transforms weak, nervous, petulant invalids into happy wives and mothers. Thousands of women have testified, over their own signatures, to this fact. The "Favorite Prescription" maybe procured from any good medicine dealer. Any wom an who will write to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf falo, N.Y., may have the advice of an emin ent and skillful specialist without charge. Mrs. Cora M. McLaurin, of Rockport, Copiah Co., Miss., writes: "I had displacement and inflammation of the uterus. I was under the treatment of our family physician for a long time, but received no benefit. I had falling of in ternal organs with ulceration and enlargement. I commenced using Dr. Pierces Favorite Pre scription, ' Golden Medical Discovery,' ' Pleasant Pellets' and 'Extract of Smart-Weed.' From the first day I began to improve, and in a short time I was able to do all my housework. If it had not been for your medicines I would have been dead long ago." iDPEN LETTER To MOTHERS. ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO XUSIVE USE OF THE WORD '•CASTORIA," AND ■R'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADEMARK. Ml)EL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, ginator of "CASTORIA," the same that d does now bear __*>j j* ** on every lile signature of C£z/\ * '" d£%4! wrapper, riginal "CASTORIA" L.nch has been used in ' the Mothers of America for over thirty years. AREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is have always bought ° U he signature of Utk/Sffieattx wrap- 3 has authority from me to use my name except Company, of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President danger the life of your child by accepting bstiV.-.".-;. v.kich r.o_ic druggist may offer you 5 nu.iu.J z. fcT ro-'pennies on it), the in- if which even hJ does not know. ind You Have Always Bought" BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF Insist on Having __& That Never Failed You. THE CCNTAUR CtMPANY, TT HH-WHRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY. _V_RYBOBY • ADMIRES OUR SPRING AND SUMMER STYLE. miimmimimmmm They look handsome in the pictures, but they are re- 3 ally far handsomer when you see them in the store, 5 Dame Fashion has displayed a wonderful amount of 3 good common sense in dictating the styles of Clothing for 3 men and boys this season. The Suits and Overcoats are 3 not too long nor too short. The Trousers are neither too 3 wide nor too narrow. Our present stock displays the best taste, the highest 3 [skill and the most reliable materials we have ever shown. .3 There's a look of the right sort about it —A feel of 3 [the right kind—A fit, style and workmanship of the high- 3 est perfection. In fact the clothing has genuine merit. 3 Every Suit or Overcoat that leaves the store, is ready 3 to do its full duty, and do it honestly. 3 Tou are sure to receive more value, style and service 3 for your expenditure with us than is usually given for a 3 third more money. 3 The Say-so of this ad, is the Do-So of the store, 3 We might talk for hours about the quality and price, 3 but nothing we could say, is half so convincing as the 3 gam? ents, which speak for themselves. 3 uhiiiuuiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiuuiimiiiiiiiimi j JOS. L. BARTH & CO., j No. 9 S. Augusta St., Staunton, Va I JOB PRINTING § OF EVERY DISCRETION I NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE = AT THE SPECTATOR & VINDICATOR OFFICE. j J "■ »s one of the three im- f§ B _-v A _->i Mr_ P ortant ingredients of m— * A\ I I \\ Wl II a complete fertilizer; i_ \y ■ ■ tne ? tner . s are p^ s - phoric acid and nitro- gen. Too little Potash is sure to result in a partial crop failure. — _ —■« An illustrated book which tells what Potash is, how it ■ should be used, and how much' Potash a well-balanced ■-4 ~yi/"\_~_ fertilizer should contain, is sent free to all applicants. | I I I j I j Send your address. JaaU -■- ~>S aEWTAN KALI WORKS, 93 N«iMU St., New York. GARDEN I have the Most Reliable Assort ment of Garden Seeds to be found r- in the city. When you get Seeds from me they do not prove to be weeds or inferior vegetables. They are Landreth's. I am the agent for the Old Reliable Loflpan & Martinez Paint B. F. HUGHES, Druggist No. 5 South Augusta Street. »" PRESCRIPTION C4REF0LLT COIPODIDED. Our readers will find i correct Schedules of the four great railroads of the State regularly published inthls paper, the C. &O. the B. & O. the N.& W. and Southern CHURCH iDIRECTORY. First Presbyterian Church, on Frederick 8% between New and Market streets, service. II a. ni. and Bp. m. Pastor, Rev. A. M. Fraser Second Presbyterian church corner Fredei jck and Lewis streets. Services at U a. _> and S. Pastor. Rev. J. M. Wells. Third Presbyterian Church, Nelson St.. (Sears' Hill.) Preaching Sunday at 11 A M Sunday School 3P. M. Prayer meeting Tues day 7.30 P. M. Rev. H. C. Gilmore, 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 11 a. m., and Bp. m. Rector, Rev. W. Q. Hul- Unlted Brethren ch_i_a, Lewis street, be tween Main and Johnson streets. Services at 11 a. m and Bp. m. Pastor, Rev. S. 1. Wine. HMethodlst church, Lewis street, betweer Main and Frederick streets. Services at 11 a m. and 8 p. m. Pastor, Rev. F. J. Prettyman Christ Evangelical Lutheran church, Lew- Is street, between Slain and Frederick street* Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Pastor. Rev H. F. Shealy. Baptist church, cornel Mat. and Washing ton streets. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m Pastor, Hey. M. L. Wood. St. Francis Roman Catholic, North August! street, Mass at 7 and 1u.30 a. m. Vespers and !>st t lessed Sacrament at •. Father McVerry. ar Ist lan Association, corner itreets. Services at 4 p. m Overdorf, Secretary. FESSIONAL. ESON, ATTORNEY-AT LAW, t Augusta Street, Staunton, Va. _ase, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. m 8 Masonic Temple. Staunton, Va. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, oor, Masonic Temple, Staunton, Va. WAVT, ATTORNEY-AT- LAW. itli Augusta St. rrlson's rormer Office. BUMOARDNER, Jr. RUDOLPH BCMGAKDNE R. BUMGARDNER J COUNSELLORS AT LAW n given to all lega business ands. ——_• GGETT, Attorney-at-Law, SONBURG, VA. ;he courts of Rockingham nova. M TON, TTORNE Y-AT-LA W, No. 23 S. Augusta St. a given to collections. _ SON, VERAL AUCTIONEERS. Staunton, Va. 5, TORNEY-AT-LAW, o BTAUNTON, VA. ise Square. )KNEY-AT-LAW, ■io 10 Lawyer's How, J Slven «?„«„_?_,_ J. TAYLOR, iTTORNEY-AT-LAW, Kow, (near 0, H. Yard;. Staunton, Va. lELBEHGER, ATTORN E Y-AT-LA W, Staunton, Va. entlon to collections. Henry W. Holt. TRK A HOLT, RNEYB-AT-LAW. irs' How, Staunton, Va. ■ t. ALEXANDBR, Attorney-at-Law 8 Lawyers' Row OW, ATTORNBY-AT-LAW. Room 5, No. 23.8. Augusta Street, SklnneT B luV?&t STAUNTON. VA. JH. CROSIER, • ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Offlce en Courthouse squat c, STAUNTON, VA. Prompt attention given to all legal busmen entrusted to him. In State or Federal Count Will devote entlro time to his profession tune 1-tr 13 E. R. NELSON, Attorney-at-Law and Commissioner n» Chancery. OFFICE No. 10 LAWYERS' ROW, Ja° <-» STAUNTON. VA. A C. BRAXTON/ ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. OFFICE.—Rooms 13,15,17, Masonic Temple. A. PRATT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, No. ll Lawyer's Row, Notary Public. Staunton, Va iov 15-Iyr J. M. QUARLEST LAWYER LAW OFFICES—Nob. 10 & 12 Masonic Temple. nov 6-lvr STAUNTOW, VAj DR. C. W. RODGERS, OFFICE AT RESIDENCE—Uor. Freder- ick and Market Sts. Office Hours—8.30 to 10 a. m, and 7 to 8.30 p. m. sep 23-tf Telepbone No. 386. VIRGINIA HOTEL RESTAURANT. On First Floor—En trance on New street Nice newly furnished rooms, private for ladles and gentlemen and connected with the ladies' Entrance and Front Restaurant Din- ing Room. Nice Oysters served In any style 1 desired. Thebestservice— Low charges, nov il-tv J. C. 8CHEFFBR. Prop'r. Jjfl.OU XxLJK lJAlt getlc ladies and gentlemen wated to canvass. Above sal ar y guaranteed. Call or address .. J - L BUCK, niar 21-lru Crockett s Depot, Va.