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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 Seat Mart Bin Sale | I of CLOTHING! 1 .3*3 Our semi-annual mark down sale of lH fegtj *££3l ||| Men's, Boys, and Children's Clothing jgij jig will begin Tuesday, July 5th, lasting ||| 8$ until Sept. 1st, and Weinberg's own |j§ ||| make of fine clothing will and must be ||jj jjH sold at a great sacrifice, as our policy |j§ Hj is not to carry stock from one season gjjg §P to the other. A fine line of Serges,-§11 j|§ Cheviots, Cassimers and Fancy worst- |gj ||g eds in most any size for men and boys. ||| g& For the little ones we have the pretti- ||| 91 est line ol suits double breasted and $M j|| vestee suits, and all will be sold at a great sacrifice. You cannot afford to IS W% miss this sale, and will save money by W% jg§| buying now. mi ii P. S. —No reduction on black clay %m S* worsted suits. 1^1 1 WEINBERG CLOTHING CO., B H Reliable Clotkiers, Tailors, Hatters ni Furnishers, m JP Opposite Court House, Staunton, Va. |gj Electric Supplies! i For Electric Door Bells, Annunciators, Burg- lar Alarms, Automatic or Hand Gas Lighting Appliances, Motors for Fans. Sewing Machines or other light machinery. Novelties for Show Windows, Batteries and Battery Supplies of all kinds. Call on or address W. C. CAMPBELL, as West Main Street. Old electric bell systems put in perfect work-1 tag order, and telephones repaired at small cost. Estimates cheerfully furnished for elec- tric work of any kind. Keferenoes—Sheriff N. C. Watts. President Mutual Telephone Co. Mr. G. M. Blakemore, Electrician Mutual Telephone Co. JbsT Orders left at Central Mutual Tel. Office, Frank T. Holt's Book Store, or Spectator-Vin- dicator office, will receive immediate atten- tion V 7 . G. CAMPBELL, sep 9 8m 22 W. Main Street. MATCHING MATERIAL is a tiresome undertaking which often results in failure, and something "nearly a match" is never satisfactory. There's one thing that you cannot match, that's Electro-Silicon, The Famous Silver Polish, because there is no other like it. Nearly a million housekeepers use it. A trial quantity which is sent FREE TO ALL will leli you why. Then the secret of beauti- ful silverware is yours. Simply send your address on a postal card to Silicon, 30 Cliff Street, New York. rr\Q TEACHERS.— Buildings ot a most suit J. able nature for the establishment of a «chool located at Huntersville, Pocahontas eountv, W. Va., are for rent or sale. The peo- ple are prosperous and it is a splendid oppor tunity for any enterprising teacher. Forj fur; ther particulars, address this Office. ian aa-tt A STRIKING PIECE —OF— PBffATE LEGISLATION! The Schedule of Prices at Bowling, Spotts & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, STAUNTON, VA. Without dread of competition they still offei to their friends a stock composed of every article incident to that branch of Merchandise, mar JB There are a great many watchmakers who can clean a watch properly, and don't, be- cause it takes considerable time to do it thoroughly. There are many others who can't do it rieht no matter how hard they try, and one does the watch about as much good as the other. There is still another class (and we want you to set us down in this class) who know how and do the work conscientiously, as a trial will convince you. FRANK DIEHL, 102 South Augusta Street. 13" SPECTACLES to suit all eves. New Shoe Store, Opposite Masonic Temple. WHITE FRONT. Just received our spring styles in lace, button and oxfords in blacks, tans, etc., and they are beauties. Call and Look at Them. On the opposite side wehaveadd- od to our stock of furnishing goods, hats, caps, etc., the new- est styles, and a full line of sam- ples for suits, Jand a lit guaran- teed. Try us. Staunton I11P Spectetotrf VINDICATOR. 9 s| 1 '■' ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■-■- ... ' - ■ .■.■■— . I. ' LI ... . ■«, ■ ,. ,. ,_,■■._,.,! — |Jft — I VOL. 75. STAUNTON, VA., THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1898. ?| xNO. 28. SiStel A positive cure for f W» »5*w4 biliousness, torpid H??>5 J. 1 .- JS-*-.-} " ve "- constipation I -' -'-■ mjgt W3mm ami headaches. For HHB M 5 a ,', 8 h - v u11 dealers, H 5P»« 9fi£5 fuli-slzed iwx mailed r£*V SJ.-.-J EH» f °r W coats. JSSf Si 3*sH „ BBnirss- AS- K»*fe$ ysWsV IB0! > "''ITERS CO.. J^sssT r* "? *»■ JAW "YTEWSFAPER ADVERTlSINU IN TH;. 11 L'MTED STATES. A book of two hun- dred pages, containing a catalogue of about six thousand newspapers, being all that are credited hy the American Newspaper Direc- tory (December addition for 1897) with having regular issues of 1,1*00 copies or more. Al-ol separate State maps of eacli and every State of the American Union, naming those towns only In which there are Issued newspapers having more than 1,000 circulation. This Hook (Issued Dec. 15,1897) will he sent, postage paid, to any address, on receipt of 81. Address The Geo. P. Itowell Advertising Co., 10 Spruce St. New York. dec 3 3t ST. GERMAIN FEMALE PILLS The only original and genuine French-Fe- male Kegulator, 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 box by mail. Sole agents for the Uni- ted States and Canada. King HAKVAlto CO., 3i57 Washington St., Chicago, mar 10 lyr i to housekeepers, Liebig COMPANY'S j Extract of Beet COOK BOOK , telling hove to prepare many deli- cate and delicious dishes. Address LIEBIG CO., P. O. Box 2718, New York. HOLD-FAST clothesLine 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 rope or wire; instant adjust- ment and removal of line: no props needed. Sells on sight. Popular prices. Agents want- ed everywhere. Exclusive territory. Attrac tive terms. Premiums and profit sharing. Any one may become agent. Sample pair, by mail, 25c. KELSO NOVELTY CO. 528 Locust St., Philadelphia. tWll|i l "i'"(1i'tJff mnrrrm 1 i KAiR BALSAM f^Asr^ 9 " luu * b**utifiaj th* hjkit. I iir BB* romoMi ■ luxuriant growth- it^ 3 Pails to B«stor« Grey' OnttpNU Hair to Its Youthful Cc.or. I BfcXae&«"_ firoPCurea FcaJp diseases ft hair filing. ? Kftgggaf SOe.aadtl.OQat I>ruggistt a *"* x I '" '"Hf / "*" ' / \\"" " \ "**%. Jl W \ \ \ CAN'T TELL What is in a letter until you open the envelope aud look inside. You can get an iukling of the many good things in the Book aud Stationery line from our windows, but to fully realize how well and cheaply your wants can be supplied, you should come into the store mid poke around a little. We are always glad to show goods. FRANK T. HOLT, Bookseller and Stationer- West Mam Street. On Submarine Boats. Not a few of bis readers are fully persuaded that Jules Verne's romance contained tbe first suggestjon of what I possible in the way of under water iges. But the idea of the sub ine boat and even its imperfect zation aro much older than the of Captain Nemo's adventures. 11 James I. was King, an iDgeni- Dutchman made an under water ge in the Thames, but the secret is invention was never revealed op Wilkins. the author of many ige suggestions, wrote a learned rtation on the possibility "of ing an ark for submarine iiavigtf But the first really practical man to take the matter in hand with some success was a Yankee inventor, Bush nell, of Connecticut, in the troublous times of the war of the Americans col onies against England. He actually built a submarine boat, and consider ing the imperfect mechanical resources at this command, it was a marvel of ingenious contrivance. It was only large enough tif contain a single pas songer, and by means of cranks and pedals his arms and legs had to supply all the driving power to its ears and rudders It was designed chiefly for warlike purposes, and there was an ar rangement for carrying a torpedo out side, screwing it on to the bottom of an enemy'e ship, and leaving it to be exploded by a check-work fuse. Dur ing the war Bushnell made a daring attempt to blow up a British frijrate. He succeeded in getting under her in ■iibmarine boat, but failed to at bis torpedo. He left it adrift near rigate, and got away safely. Pre y the British crew were startled by a mysterious explosion in the water I by, but the damage done was con to broken cabin windows. The ent ib noteworthy as the first sob le attack ever attempt-d. entury has gone by since then, hough, as we shall see, there have been other operations by submarine boats, Bushneirs feat is still unrival- IHe is the only man whoever went r the bottom of an enemy's ship— ; 1 shows that in this matter of arine navigation the world has moving very slowly. Bushnell is fellow countryman Fulton were in Paris in the days of the first c, trying to interest Napoleon in ;ts for submarine boats and ships j a by steam. But the Emperor rot tired, of discussing such jnat- It is curious to note that when s a prisoner at St. Helena a dar oierican scheme for his rescue in -1 the use of a larger type of Bush boat for the purpose of eluding Hardships and landing secretly the island. —Ludgate Magazine. The man with a weight on his leg can't Io win in the race, A man with a t on his health can't expect to com i) life and business with those who . handicapped. If his brain is , and his blood sluggish, because of pation, he will notsuccced in doing anything very well. Constipation is the cause of nine-tenths of all sickness. Symptoms of it are sallowness, listless- Ipoor appetite, bad taste in the , dizziness, biliousness and lassi- Constipation can be cured easily rtainly by the use of Dr. Pierce' 3 nt Pellets. They are more certain lany medicines which are so strong ley put the system all out of order, eat advantage of the Pleasant Pel that they cure permanently. 121 1-cent stamps to cover cost of X only, and receive free, a copy ot erce _ Medical Adviser. Address, 's Dispensary Medical Association — , 9 0 0 1 Kncouraged. smy daughter been profitting it instructions in art?" inquired lykins. 8," answered the teacher, "I little discouraged at first. But now assure you that she is get aat progress has she made ?" c has finally become convinced he doesn't know more about it the old masters."—Washington ■ _ 0 - . Relief in Six Hours. ressiug Kidney and Bladder dis lieved in six hours by "New Great American Kidney Cure." It is a urprise on account of its exceed itaptness in relieving pain in blad _ney and back, in male or female. es retention of water aimost im ely. If you want quick relief and tis is the remedy. Sold by B. F. , Druggist, 6 S. Augusta St., j Nothing New for Her. Dumbleton: It's too bad about Miss Furrows, isn't it? Flasher: In what regard 1 j Dumbleton: Why, that she should M'aited till her time of life to get d, and then he wedded to a false I her: That's nothing new for her; ieen wedded to a false count for t many years. i ibleton: You surprise me '. j her: Indeed? I guess you never her age. "Life of the flesh is the blood :." Pure blood means healthy' snal activity, and this bears with :ertainty of quick restoration from 38 or accident. Dr. J. H. McLean's thening Cordial and Blood Purifier iure, rich blood and vitalizes and thens the whole body. Price 50c a bottle, le by Hogshead, Hanger & Co. 0-.OMO—O _ absurd to say that wealth is a if such a kind that a man with plenty of it around him may perish with I. like Midas in the fable, who, is insatiable wish, found every efor him turned into gold.—Aris ■ -——- _ 0 . B are about 200 wealthy gentlemen ies in England who keep wild i, such as lions and panthers, as "Just after President McKinley's in-1 auguration he had his relatives who were in the city at a family dinner at the White House," says the July Ladies' Homo Journal in an illustrated anecdotal biography of the President. "It was a large company, and a very goood dinner. Dear old Mother Mc Kinley wa3 there, but she was not very talkative. She was too happy for words But she kept „ sharp eye on tbe dinner, and no detail of it escaped her. She was impressed by the quant ity of cream served with the fruit and cofiee, for she looked npat her son in her sweet way and said: "'William, you must keep a cow "Some of the younger members of the family party found it difficult to suppress a smile, but the President, with his usual tact and graciousness, replied: " 'Yes, mother, we can afford to have a cow now, and have all the cream we i can possibly use.'" 9 _ ♦ The Hot Springs or Arkansas—The Monn tain-Locked Miracle of the ______ The hot waters, the mountain air, equable climate and the pine forests make Hot Springs the most wonderful health and pleasure resort in the world, summer or winter. It is owned, en dorsed and controlled by the U. S. Government and has accommodations for all classes. The Arlington and Park hotels and to others and 200 boarding houses are open all summer. Having an altitude of 1000 feet it is tiafe and nearly refuge during ted term in the south, information concerning Hot address C. F. Cooley, Manager s Men's League, Hot Springs, jduced excursion tickets and are of the trip see local agent iss W. A. Turk ,Gen'l Pass. Agt. n Ry., Washington, D. C. _ _ ♦_- Poor Fellow, r: Do you ever eat anything i meals? r (whose wife is a promoter of j clubs): If I didn't I would it anything to eat. 0 0 9 (stressing Stomach Disease intly cured by the master[y power American Nervine Touic. In ed suffer no longer because this aedy can cure them all. It is a : the whole world of stomach weakness and indigestion. 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 cure is certain under the use of this graat health-giving force. Pleasant and always safe. Sold by B. F. Hughes, Druggist, 0 S. Augusta St. Staunton" Va. j The bridal wreath is usually formed in Germany of myrtle branches; in France and England, of orange blossoms; in Italy and French Switzerland, of white roses; in Spain, of red roses and pinks; lin the islands of Greece, of vine leaves; in Bohemia, of rosemary; iv German Switzerland, of a crown of artificial Champion Shot of the World. | Miss Annie Oakly writes : "Myself and many of the Buffalo Bill Wild West Co. have given Allen's Foot-Ease, the powder to shake in your shoes, a most thorough trial, and it does all if not more than you claim." It instantly takes the sting out of Corns and Bunions. Allen's Foot-Ease is a certain cure tor hot, aching, nervous or sweating feet. Sold by all druggists and j Shoe Stores, 250. Sample sent FREE. Ad | dress, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. Ambiguity. j Wilks—Jones said his bookb have been read for 20 years. Bilks—Yes, I have noticed he always had them bound in that color.—Prince- -_ —__*_ | Some idea of the magnitude of the coal resources of Huerfano county. Col., may be formed when it is stated that there are about 40,000 acree, and each acre con tains 100,000 tons, or a total of 4,000, --000,000 tons—an amount almost beyond comprehension. _ _ —_ An Interesting Meeting. "What did you discuss at the club today ?" "Nothing. We just talked."—Har- Iv general the eggs of an insect are ! destined to be hatched long after the j parents are dead, so that most insects are bora orphans. Probably it is this that makes insects behave so horribly. —Boston Globe. ♦ 0 0 Though nTany guests be cbsent it is tbe cheerful man we miss.—African To keep overshoes in a shiny black I state: After coming iv from a muddy I walk, waßh the overshoes with hot wa ter, then dry them brisky with a chamois leather. They will look re jspectable until they are quite past Mary F. Nixon, the authos of "With a Pessimist In Spain" is the daughter of Rev. J. H. Nixon, D. D., who was for a number of years pastor in Wil mington, Del. | Conductors of orchestras find that the flute is far more often played out of tune than the violin, the reason being that many ot its natural notes are not strictly in tune with the resi of the band. In England no physician may legally give a certificate of the cause of death unless he has prescribed for the person [at least 48 hours before death. Without j such certificate no undertaker Is permit- 0- 0 The Supreme Court of Indiana has held that a secret conveyance by a man on the eve of his marriage of property i which he had informed his prospective j wife that he owned is a fraud upon the ( prospective wife and does not defeat her dower interest in it. HOW JACK "RIGS CHURCH" IN UNCLE Rervlce on Sunday on Board a States Man-of-war and How It Is ted—The Church Ensign and Its X—The Chaplain. there is seen flying from the t United States man-of-war a hite triangular pennant, bear ing on its field a blue Greek cross near the piko or halyard, it is a signal that divine service is being held on board. ißig church!" is one of the regular na il orders, issued usually at about 10:30 i Sunday morning. Church is "rigged" in various places :cording to the construction of the ves il and aocording to the weather condi ons. If the day is fine and not too cold, the quarter deck will probably be selected, although In some ships it is customary to hold the service on the forward part of tho gun deck. In stormy weather the berth deck below is used, where the men may be under shelter, though they are moro cramped for room, Assuming that the service is to be held on tho quarter deck, the arrange ments for it will proceed about like this: When the bugler gives the signal, tha "ohnrch ensign" is hoisted to the gaff, and some of the men, under the direction of an officer, bestir themselves briskly in making the simple prepara tions which are necessary. A table or desk, covered with the American flag, is placed at the end of the quarter deck for the chaplain. A few wardroom chairs are brought up from below and ranged along the starboard side, where the officers are to assemble, and benches or capstan bars resting on buckets make seats for the crew oil the port side. Tho organ—for every ship that has a chaplain is provided with an instrument of this nature—is put in a convenient place. If there is a band, and its serv ices are desired, a few musicians are se lected and stationed near by. Then the ship's bell is tolled for about five min utes, giving the officers and men, wher ever they may be on board, sufficient timo to assemble, if they are so inclined. The boatswain may call down the hatchways "Silence, fore and aft, dur- j ing divine service 1" but it is well un derstood by the entire crew that tho I ship must be quiet now for about three- j ! quarters of an hour. Finally the bell stops, the captain, after a glance I around, makes a sign to the chaplain that all is ready, and the service begins. How it is conducted depends upon the denomination to which the chaplain belongs, and various sects axe represent ed among the naval clergymen. The singing, accompanied by the organ, I which is played either by an officer or I by somo musician among the crew, is generally fine. The men enjoy it, and their voices ring out strong and fresh in tho open air. During tho prayers they are required to remove their caps, but throughout tho rest of the service they may remain covered. When it is over, the order to "Pipe down!" is given, and church is "unrigged." Sometimes an evening service is also held, but this is not the general custom. j Attendance at church on the warships is of course not compulsory, but the offi cerr ,p__ expected to attend by way of furnishing an example, and most of them usually do, accompanied by per haps about half the crew—sometimes more and sometimes less. But by no means all the ships of tho navy are provided with chaplains. For tho 60 or moro war vessels now effective for service there are fewer than 30 chaplains, or less than one for every two ships. They are attached to the lar gest and most important vessels, whero their ministrations may reach the great est number of persons. j A queer incident happened a few years ago, when one of the modern cruisers was put Into commission. It had been intended that she should carry a chaplain, but when the officers' quar ters were completed it was found that his room had been entirely overlooked. No accommodation for him thus being available, tho ship put to sea without a _ chaplain and did not have one for at least two years. In an action tho chaplain's duties are with the sick and wounded. Occasion ally, howover, his aid has been required at the guns, and in many instances tho chaplains havo proved themselves hero ic fighters as well as good preachers. In the old days of the navy the chaplain wore the full uniform of his rank—lien tenant, lieutenant commander or com mander—but it is now customary for him to wear a suit of black or the regu lar costume of whatever church he rep resents, sometimes with the insignia of his rank upon his sleeve.—New York Tribune. The Army Officer's Trunk. The army officer's trunk, which is an article of limited but regular sale in peace times, being sold ohiefly to regu lar army officers, is a stout, well made trunk of rather generous proportions, so divided insido as to afford spaces for both military and civilian attire. There is a place for an officer's chapeau and one for tho silk hat of a civilian and room for tho different clothing, and the trunk is large enough to admit a sword laid diagonally. A trunk of this sort is made not of sole leather, as might be supposed, to withstand rough wear, but with a rigid frame, so that it can be roped or strapped on to a load or packed with other things piled on it in the ex igencies of wagon or other transporta tion without being crushed or damaged. —New York Sun. Broadly speaking, the essential differ ence between merchant ships and war ships is that the former are designed to carry their loads or principal portions thereof low down in the hold, whereas Warships have to carry their heavy bur tens of armor and armament high up In their sides. A Mascot at Fort'"W , adsWo-t_ The volunteers of Company A, First regiment, which is encamped at Fort Wadswortla, Staten Island, received a mascot in a big cage recently. It had been sent by some unknown person from New York. In tho cage was an East In dian sun bear about 4 months old. The bear was consigned to Private Ashton Potter and was sent from a South street animal dealer. It is a small round ani mal, extremely oven tempered. It has been named Frank and will be looked after by the company.—New York Tribune. A medical authority on the virtues of various kinds of foods declares that the herring gives the muscles elasticity, the body strength and the brain vigor and _ not flesh forming. but the one most important branch of all. What does it profit your son if he has an intel lect like a Newton, and is mentally an Admiral Crichton, if he has a weak and puny body and not the re- ) start that his health is his most . - . tarecious endow ment. Without health, all the talent, all the genius, and all the ambition in the world are worthless. A boy should be taught that success in any walk of life, that happiness, and life itself, are dependent upon his care of his health. When a man feels that he is losing his health and vigor, when his cheeks no long er glow, his step is no longer elastic and the sparkle of health is no longer in his eyes, he should work less, rest more and resort to the right remedy to restore his Mly vigor. Dr. Pierces Golden Medical overy is a natural medicine—a scientif edicine. It does no violence to nature. It works with and r.ot against nature. It promotes the natural processes of secretion and excretion. It imparts vitality and ■er to the whole system. It gives apness and color to the cheeks, sparkle he eyes, steadiness to the nerves, lgth to the muscles and the animation ealth to the whole body. It makes the j appetite keen and hearty. It is the great I blood-maker, flesh-builder and nerve-tonic and restorative. Medicine dealers sell it i and have absolutely nothing else "just as good." "1 was afflicted with pimples and boils, and running sores on face and neck," writes Robert S. Wert, Esq., of No. 615 Galloway Aye., Colum bus, Ohio. '• I took Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and 'Pleasant Pellets,' and was cured." Constipation is the commonest beginning and first cause of many serious diseases and it should always be treated with Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellets used in connection with the "Discovery." These are the most perfect natural laxatives and permanently cure. ' IN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS. WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA," AND "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," A3 OUR TRADEMARK. DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, the originator of "CASTORIA," the same that borne and does now bear /g . -» on every fac-simile signature wrapper, is the original "CASTORIA" i..-,ach has been used in tomes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. .OOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is ind you have always bouaht w? ,,-. —on the has the signature of wrap- No one has authority from me to use my name except Centaur Company, of wh ich Chas. H. Fletcher is President. ! /? , xfiy, J Do Not Ba Deceived. | not endanger the life of your child by accepting leap substitute which romc druggist may offer you i ause he mr.Iccs r, few more pennies on it), the in- j whi.:h- even Jici does not know. de Enid You Hate Always Bought" 1 BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF Insist on Having rhe Kind That Never Failed You. THI CENTAUR OtMPANY, 77 MURRAY STRICT, NEW YORK CITY. j ,VCRYBOBY • ADMIRES )UR SPRING AND SUMMER STYLE. I „. ,■ v _. . . mmmmmiimmm They look handsome in the pictures, but they are re- 3 far handsomer when you see them in the store. 3 Jaine 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 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. % JEvery Suit or Overcoat that leaves the store, is ready 3 to do its full duty, and do it honestly. s Ton are sure to receive more value, style and service 3 for your expenditure with ns than is usually given for a 3 third more money. 3 j The Say-so of this ad. is the Do-So of the store. | j We might talk for hours about the quality and price, 3 but nothing we could say, is half so convincing as the 3 garn? ents, which speak for themselves. 3 iiuiiiiiimiuiiuiuiuiiimiimiiuimmiE JOS. L. BARTH & CO., No. 9 S. Augusta St., Staunton, Va I JOB PRINTING | OF EVERY DISCRETION k NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE AT THE ECTATOR & VINDICATOR OFFICE. s»ji SS^^^^ji FITZ LEE Is a national favorite. Our FITZ LEE COOK STOVE is well worthy to bear the name of the great general. Hand- some in appearance, its baking qualities are unsurpassed. It will please every housekeeper. Remember you get them at factory prices. Our stoves go direct from fac- tory to users. No jobbers' or retailers' profits to pay. You will save from 33i to 50 per cent, by dealing with us. We make all kinds of stoves. Write for cuts and prices, or call and see our stoves. Terms Cash. Samples can be seen at H. E. LOVING'S, House Furnishing and Furniture Deal- ers, Nos. 15 to 19, North Augusta St., Staunton, Va. SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS, Office and Foundry 821 to 827 N. I7th St RICHMOND, VA. 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 CHURCH (DIRECTORY. First Presbyterian Church, on Frederick St taetween New and Market streets, service* 1 1 a. m. and Bp. m. Pastor, Hey. A. M. Fraser Second Presbyterian church corner Fredei ck and Lewis streets. Services at 11 a. m and 8. Pastor. Rev. J. M. Wells. Third Presbyterian Church, Nelson St.. (Sears' Hill.) Preaching Sunday at 11 A If Sunday School 3P. M. Prayer meeting Tues day 7.30 P. M. Key. K. C. Gilmore, pastor. Emmanuel Episcopal Church, worship on j West Frederick St. Services at 11 a. m., and t | p. m„ Rector, Rev. R. C. Jett. Trinity Episcopal church. Main street, be tween Lewis and Church streets. Service* a U a. m., and Bp. m. Rector, Rev. W. Q. H__- Unlted Brethren ___•»_, Lewis street, be tween Main and Johnson streets. Service! at U a. m and Bp. m. Pastor, Rev. 8. X -Methodist church, Lewis street, between Main and Frederick streets. Services at 11 a m. and 8 p. m. Pastor, Rev. F. J. Prettyman Chrlst Evangelical Lutheran church, Lew is street, between Main and Frederick street* Servlces at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Pastor Rev H. F. Shealy. Baptist church, cornei Ma_ and Washing ton streets. Services at 11 a. m. ana 8 p. m Pastor, Rev. M. L. Wood. St. Francis Roman Catholic, North Ang__t_ street, Mass at 7 and 1U.30 a. m. Vespers and benediction of Most I lessen Sacrament at p. m. Pastor, Rev. Father McVerry. Tonng Men's Christian Association, corner Main and Water streets. Services at 4 p. m Sunday. Geo. A. Overdorf, Secretary. PROFESSIONAL. I JOHN H. GILKESON, V ATTORNEY-AT LAW, 23 South Augusta Street, I J an ft -6 — Stadhtok, Va. TJARR- H. BLBASE, XX ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW. Offlce—Room 8 Masonic Temple. 3an6 BTA-MTBH, Va. T M. FE_iß_, a • ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Second Floor, Masonic Temple, M ja_ 6 1 rnone ' Stauhto-, V_ TTAMPTON H. WATT, XX - ATTORNKY-AT- LAW. 33 South Augusta St. Tucker _ Harrison's former Offlce. JAMES BCIIOAItDKIB, Jr. L. BCMGAXDNER. KCDOLPH BUMOABPKS J., J. L, _ R. BUMGARDNER ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW Prompt attention given toaU lega buslnesi entrusted to our hands. -____■ IX7_U__—— LIGGETT. TT ATTOBSET-AT-LAW, HARRISONBURG, VA. «n P r a - :tlces . lnallthe cour t» of Rockingham ana Augusta. novas-tf pAKTER BRAXTON, V- ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, No. 23 S. Augusta St. Special attention given to collections. C IM. CUSHING _ SON, T__ <_-- GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, mn s-u Stacm-Oh, Va. \XT H. LANDES, "• ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, „.,„_„_ „ STAUNTON. VA. mo. 2, Court House Square, aug 9—tf C" B. KENNEDY, -- • ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, No 10 Lawyer's Row, _..,., _•. SIAOHTOII, Va. special attention given to collections and chancery practice. _■___ J. TAYLOR, ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW, No. 8 law. ers* Kow, (near C. H. Yard;. oot T Stauhtos, Va. tTUGH G. BICHELBERGER, ~ ** ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, »„ ■__. _ Staohtok, Va. Prompt attention to collections. Took. Ham. W. Holt. TURK _ HOLT, ATTOKNEYS-AT-LAW, Jo. 8 Lawyers' How, Staunton, Va. Office of J. A. ALEXANDHH, A-Tomra.-AT-LAw _~ „ No ' Lawyers' Bow oct 17-tr JOS. A. GLASGOW, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Room 5, No. 23 „s. Augusta Street, SMnner ■SS-fil STAUNTON. VA."" T H. CROSIER, O 9 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Offlce on Courthouse squai c, STAUNTON, VA. Prompt attention given to all legal buslnesi entrusted to him, in State or Federal Courts will devote entire time to his profession. I> E.K.NELSON, Atto_n_y-at-Law and Commissioner n» Q_____ OFFICE No. 10 LAWYERS' HOW, J»n4-tf STAUNTON, VA. A C. BRAXTON.' A. PRATT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. No. 11 lawyer's Row, ""agSg?' Btannton.V. J. M. QUARLES, LAWY e r LAW OFFICES-Nos. 10 & 12 Masonic Temple. dot 6-lTT STAUNTON, VA| DR. C. W. RODGERS, OFFICE AT KESIDENCE-Cor. Freder- ick and Market Sts. Office Hours-8.30 to 10 a. m, and 7 to 8.30 p. m. 3ep 23-tf Telephone No. 386. GARDEN SEEDS I I have the Most Reliable Assort- ment of Garden Seeds to be found 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 Longman & Martinez Faint B. F. HUGHES, Druggist No. 5 South Augusta Street. I*" PBESCBIFTI0I3 USEFULLY COIPOUIDED.