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Fine Wedding Rose a Specialy.
successors to
Staunton, Va.
Funeral Directors and Regis
tered Embalmers.
Lady Assistant and Embalmer fcr
Women and Children.
Handsomest Funeral Car in this sec
tion; fitted wito rubber tires.
Telephone connections.
erMutual Phone No. 10.
A i.!" ana useful device which every family
will buy, is soiu »nly through local agents.
Simple ana strong; can be put up anywhere; j
securely holds rope or wire; instant adjust- I
me»t and removal of line: no props needed._
Sells on sight. Popular prices. Agents want
ed everywhere. Exclusiye territory. Attrac .
tive terms. Premiums and profit sharing.
Any one may become agent. Sample pair, by
mail,2sc. KELSO NOVELTY Uo.
52? !.' ust St., Philadelphia
RE SALE.-We will offer at
le auction ai Lipscomb. Augusta
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8, 1899,
at 1 o'clock p.m., the desirable farm of R.
L. and Mary M. Allen, deceased, contain
ing 315 acres, about 250 acres under cultiva
tion; located at Lipscomb,Va., on N. & W.
K. R., one large eleven-room Dwelling,
one Tenant House, large Basement Barn,
Granary.Corn-cribs, Poultry House, Dairy,
&c. Churches and Schools convenient,
Postoffice and two stores one-quarter mile
from residence.
Will offer it in two parts or as a whole '
to suit purchasers.
Terms —One-third cash, balance in three ,
equal payments at one.two and three years
with interest and secured by deed of trust.
Heirs of R. L. and Mary M. Allen, dec'd.
For particulars address,
or Stuart' Draft, Va.
W. C. Patterson, Grottoes. Va. dec3o-ts
UI ANTED—Prime Dry Corn, white
" or yellow.
Cost salE
We find we have too many JACKETS and CAPES, and
in order to get rid of them at once we will close out our
entire line at COST.
Just received another choice line of EUR COLLAT
ETTES,which will be the last of the season,and at greatly
As I have determined to discontinue the Gents' Furnishing business, am
confine myself to SHOES. I will commence on
r— monday,;the 21st
to close out my entire stock at COST FOR CASH, the greater part o
which consits of NEW GOODS. Such as
Eats and Caps, Collars and Gulfs,
lirts, Half Hose,
3S and Handkerchiefs, Overalls,
icintoshes, Sweaters,
oves, Underwear,
nbrellas, Jewelry,
3tc., etc.. etc., etc.
Fknow of no reason why any one should pay a profit on goods when they
y them without doing so. Any one desiring fixtures can get them at re
prices. _f Store Room for rent January Ist, 1899.
'' Stonewall Line oJP% „
Cieap Printed Stationer?. |g|l§li%^
The Stone Printing and JVlfg. Co.,
( I |f 'iOOO White Envelopes, No. 412, XX, «,
P&&M 'f&l Other llemi at Similar Prices.
arjK\ *f». ' Facilities for handling large or small ordeis
* V*'n "*£»£/ unsurpassed in this section of the country
' * vr Tw*<s2!*k^fe=:
_ .._ a *»- Mention tills naner
We wish to announce to you that W. M. ALLEN has taken charge of the
Drug Store corner Main and Augusta Sts., and we have on hand Lthe choicest
and most elegant line of
Drugs, Sundries, Paints land Oils.
0" We also have the finest Soda Water iv town. Give us a call and we shall try
to please you. W. M. ALLEN, Manager.
auwiwwiwwwrjCT'fitwfiggWTgwriiTTgTffstwwTwiw.wiiHumw—i —————■—»—,..■■—■■—-.
Handle all the Different Brands of Au ~ustaCoun>
ty Whiskies from Three to Eight Years Old.
Have also on hand different brands of fine Old Wilson and Monti- "
cello, Pennsylvania Gray, Melvale, aud other fine brauds. Special at
tention given to all orders.
Having on hand a large quantity of Whiskies and Wines, we will
offer to the trade special inducements. We handle Port and Sherry
or family use which we will sell at #1.00 per gallon.;
Also Bottled Beer, Scotch Ale and Loudon Porter.
Our $2 a gallon Whiskey you will find pure and good.
No. 3 South Now Street, Staunton, Va.
', ——
Run Down, Could Not Sleep,
Everything Worried Me.
My Head Ached, Had No Appe
tite, and I Could Not Work.
Dr. Greene's Nervura Cured Me and I
Feel Like a New Man,
Mr. Wellington Hynes, Elizabethtown,
N. V., says: " I feel it my duty to tell
how much good Dr. Greene's Nervura
blood and nerve remedy has done for me.
When I first began its use, I was so run
down that I could not sleep at night, and
everything worried me. I had no appe
tite, could not work, and the doctors told
me I must give up as there was no help
for me. My head ached all the time day
and night, and there was an all gone feel
ing in my stomach and I was always look
ing on the dark side of everything. A
friend recommended Dr. Greene's Nervura
blood and nerve remedy. I began to take
it and in less than three weeks I felt like
a new man. I can now do as much work
as is expected of a man of my age. I ad
' vise anyone who is tioubled, to take Dr.
•' Greene's Nervura. Don't go to a doctor,
' but get a bottle of Dr. Greene's Nervura,
it is cheaper than a doctor's bill and will
help you more than any other medicine,
it will do you good as it has done me." m
-What gives everybody confidence in Dr.
Greene's Nervura is the fact that it is a
physician's prescription, the discovery of
Dr. Greene, 35 West 14th St., New York
City, and this successful physician in
curing diseases can be consulted without
charge at any time, personally or by tetter.
Picked Up at Pond Gap.
Pond Gap, Jan. 26.— J. M. Kunkle,
who recently occupied a positioii with
Messrs. Lease & McVitty, tanners of
Philadelphia, left today for .Bluff City,
iit is understood he will take
3of one of the firm's tanneries,
unkle has been for the past two
is at Salem where another of the
iny'a plants is located. He had
i's leave of absence. During his
t his home herd he was kept busy
ing callers,neighbors and friends
'egret his departure from the
inland for men in the West Vir
coal fields, and lack of work at
nnery here, caused an inchoate
s from this point and Craigsville.
g those who have left are a
er of popular young men, besides
of families. Messrs. James
ley, Jerome Morgan and Frank
ley are among those who have
o the |Loop Creek mines, and
,—s. Charles Patterson, Jesse Cle-
Its and D. F. Clifton are among
c who have gone to tanneries at
oa Vista and elsewhere. A sec
force of men engaged for the
38 has been detained by informa
that labor troubles were threat
sssrs A. C. Shipley and J. C. Cal
l have accomplished the feat of re
ing an entire dwelling house by
a from Clifton Forge to Ferrol,
f here. The building will be re
ted as an addition to that in which
families of the gentleman now re
Marshall Crawford is filling a big
;ract for telegraph poles placed by
the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Com
Mrs. J. C. Snead and daughters re
turned yesterday from Spottswood,
where they attended a family reunion
at the home of Mr. Hull, her uncle.
D. L. Potter, a merchant of this
place, who has been ill, is improving.
It is stated that Mr. Lorenzo Glover
has sold his farm to Mr. Z. B. Daniel.
The tract contains about 100 acres. It
is understood that Mr. Daniel con
templates extensive improvements, in
cluding a handsome residence.
Sam Donald on Prosperity.
"Business is picking up all over Vir
ginia," said Mr. Sam Donald, of An
j gusta county, at Murphy's last night.
"I have recently had occasion to
travel over the State extensively,"
continued Mr. Donald, "and what I
saw and heard convinces me that
times are steadily growing better.
More work is doing, and consequently
more money is circulating. Every
body is beginning to feel the effects oi
better times.
"Take the city of Staunton. One oi
the merchants of that place told me;
the other day that his total sales dur
ing 1898 were 30 per cent, greater than
in 1897, and that his collections during
the month of December were $10,00(
in excess of his sales. Times are bet
ter in Roanoke than since her boom
days. There are signs of improve
ment everywhere. Everybody is ie
good spirits, and everybody is expect
ing a period of great business prosper
ity. Times are much better in Lynch
»l am not familiar with that,
understand business is looking
.ory much."—Richmond Dispatch.
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Will R. Speck, editor of the Warrer
County Gazette, Richardsville, Ky.
writes The Dr. J. H. McLean Medicine
Co. as follows: "Gentlemen—Mywife'i
praises of Dr. J. H. McLean's Streng
thening Cordial and Blood Pnrifiei
have overcome my antipathy to writing
a testimonial for it,and I therefore adc
my recommendation to the hundred!
you are doubtless receiving daily foi
your valuable remedies. Your Streng
thening Cordial is truly a wonderfu
strength giving medicine, and did mj
wife more good in relieving weakness
and nervous prostration than one hun
dred dollars spent with our best physic
ians. I give one physician credit
however, for recommending your Cor
dial." For sale in Staunton by Hogs
head, Hanger & Co.
■ —.—«-—♦
Colored People Married.
On Monday, the 23rd ult., Sarah
Dawson and Scott Fielding, two very
respectable colored people of the Deer
field neighborhood, were married at the
residence of John W. Montgomery, at
Deerfield, the Rev. J. H H. Winfree,
of the Presbyferian church, officiating.
After the marriage was celebrated Mr.
and Mrs. Montgomery gave them a
delightful supper, to which they and a
number of their colored friends sat
down. They have for some years been
domestics in Mr. Montgomery's family
and are highly esteemed in the neigh
borhood. A number of their white
friends in the community were present
to witness the ceremony.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of (Juijt/jri-CUO&Ai
♦1» . ■
Dunsmore Business College.
Miss Lottie Guard, Faber's Mills,
Va , Messrs. Hale M. Houston, Way
nesboro, Va., and Geo. H. Hudson,
city, received certificates of proficiency
in Shorthand and typewriting at the
Dunsmore Business College, 19th inst.
Miss Guard is stenographer in Mr.
Dunsmore's office. Mr. Hudson is
now pursuing the regular business
course at college. Mr. Houston leaves
on No. 5 this afternoon, to take the
position of stenogragher for the Clif
ton Forge Grocery Co., Clifton Forge,
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Tried Friends Best
For thirty years Tutt's Pills have
proven ablessingtothe invalid.
Are truly the sick man's friend.
A Known Fact
For bilious headache, dyspepsia
sour stomach, malaria.constipa
tion and all kindred diseases.
Items from Highland County.
This, Highland county, was very
much shocked this morning to hear
oyer the phone that Samuel Jones, of
Doe Hill, was dead. He died at three
o'clock this morning (Tuesday). He
was taken sick last Thursday and had
double pneumonia. He was the sec
ond son of Dr. 11. H. Jones, and about
18 years of age. Every thing was done
that medical skill could do to save 1 is
life and in addition to his father, tLere
were in attendance at his bedside.
Dr. J. 11. Tiimble, of Monterey, Dr.
Siron, of McDowell, and Dr. E. J.
Jones, of New Hampden. Dr. Arlie
Jones, of the University of Virginia,
(his brother) arrived at his bedside an
hour before he died. His sister, Miss
Bessie, who is at school at Salem, Va.,
has been wired to come to his burial
which will take place on Wednesday.
He was a member of the M. E. Church
The spirit of improvement seems to
bft taking hold of Old Highland again.
We learn that the Sieg's will soon build
a large store-house in Monterey on the
Sullenberger Corner. It will be a three
story building, and besides the store
room it will have large ware-rooms,
and a room will be constructed to be
used as a bank. On the Crab-Bottom
side we learn that Mr. Jas. McNulty,
Mr. J. N. Stover, Mr. E. D. Swecker
and Mr. Mark Simmons will each
build new residences. Mr. S.C. Slaven,
Mr. Geo. Swecker and Mr. Jno. Mai
com will build new barns, and there
are several other parties in same
neighborhood, who are talking of
building new residences.
Mr. Otto Gum, of Meadow Dale, was
paralyzed last week. He has had two
strokes, but is still living and his physi
cian says he will get well unless he
has another stroke.
There is no stir yet in regard to
county offices I suppose the old officers
will all be candidates. The Highland
ers are a great people for holding on
to old officers although there is nearly
always a contest. Politics does not
figure much in the county officers. The
two parties are nearly equally divided.
There has been several land sales
in Crab Bottom recently the most im
portant of which the Simmons' broth
ers have purchased from Henry Sim
mons his one half interest in the Jno.
Sterrett land a tract of 245 acres, they
gave Dim $1,700 more than he gave for
his half, which is $3,400 more than the
same tract was sold to them for three
years ago under a deed of trust. Most
people think it is low enough, yet
these are those fine raising lands that
make export cattle in one season with
out grain. They seldom change hands.
Distressing stomach Disease
Permanently curedby the masterlypower
of South American Nervine Tonic. In
valids need suffer no longer because this
great remedy can cure them all. It is a
P'or the whole world of stomach
ess and indigestion. The cure be
ith the first dose. The relief it
is marvelous and surprising. It
no failure; never disappoints. No
matter how long you havesuffered,your
cure is certain under the use of this
great bealth-*iving force. Pleasant and
always safe. Sold by B. F. Hughes,
Druggist G 8. Augusta St., Staunton,
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Deerfield's Brief Mention.
Deerfleld, Jan. 25,—Our usually
quiet little valley is wild with excite
ment, as we are soon to have a tele-
I phone line. Tbe line is already com
pleted from Mrs. Blain's to D. B. Tay
Therejis a great deal of sickness with
us. Mrs. J. M. Kincaid is quite sick;
also Mrs. Frank Sommerville, and
Mrs. Lizzie Montgomery. They are
the victims of grip.
Mrs. W. E. Craig and children are
convalescing after a serious illness.
Wheat is looking fine.
Miss Lucy Irvingave a skating party
last week, which was much enjoyed.
Andrew Cameron is home from Col-
Dr. John Cameron's health is quite
Mrs. John Duulap and children are
visiting at Churchville.
Married, in the parlor at Hill Top,
the residence of John Montgomery,
his two faithful servants, Sarah Dor
sin and Scott Fie.dings The cere
mony was performed by Key. J. H. 11.
Winfree. Many good wishes follow
Mrs. C. E. Glendye is visiting her
daughter in Bath county, Mrs. W. S.
Miss Maysin Taylor is still in Balti-
All schools in our viciuity are doing
E. I. Montgomery had the misfort
une to lose a valuable horse a few days
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic 10c or 25c.
It C. C. C. fall to cure, druet'ists relund money.
Death of Mrs. Brown.
Mrs. Catherine Brown died at her
home, a short distance southeast of
this city, Thursday morning from
J pneumonia after an illness of several
weeks. At the time of her death she
was G6 years of ag<\ Mrs. Brown was
born in Skibbereeu, County Cork, Ire
laud, and came to this country at the
age of 24. During the 42 years spent
in this country she lived 32 of them
in Augusta county.
Deceased is survived by her mother,
Mrs. Martin, who resided with her,
and by Patrick Brown, of tbe county,
Dennis Brown, who was quartermaster
in Co. X, 2ud Va. Reg., and Bartholo
mew Brown, of Staunton, and J. J_
Brown, of Washington. She is albo
survived by two daughters, Mrs. Jas.
Doic, anel Mrs. Thos Kivlighan, both
of ti.is city.
Mrs. Brown was a lady highly es
teemed in this community and count
ed her friends by the seoie.
She w«s ever ready to do a kind acl
and w-as iv every s.euse a friend of the
Shf whs a eltveiteii mother and a
true neighbor.
Tbe funeral to >k place Fridtj
inoei.ii Kat 10 o*clock from St. Fran
cis' Catholic church with the folemi
j aud impressive'service, the requiem
muh*. Key. Father McVeiry o3uVate\
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<o_&.tS > £ , er_>__i.X-&..
Bears the The Kind YOU Haffl AlWajfS Bougl
Virginia and West Virginia.
Dr. John Miller Estill died iv Lex
Gen. Thomas L. Rosser will leave
for Havana, Cuba.
The small pox scare is about over in
the Norfolk section.
Mrs. Esther Dempsey died in Alex
andria, agt-d about 90 years.
Ex Governor F. W. M. Holliday is
ill at his residence iv Winchestei.
The Norevich Lock Works are to be
removed from Roanoke to Lynchburg.
There is already a flood of bills be
fore the West Virginia Legislature.
William Hagan, a former iron man
ufacturer, died iv Morgantown, W.
Joan W. Hibbard, a well known cit
izen of Clarke county, died Sunday
The Virginia court of appeals at
Richmond rendered a large number of
Mrs. Lantz, mother of Dr. Percival
W. Lantz, of Alaska, Mineral county,
died Wednesday at Davis, W. Va.
William McNamara, a laborer, was
found dead in a coal shed in Martins
Rev. Dr. Therou H. Rice, of At
lanta, Ga , was attacked with scarlet
fever in Alexandria.
The trial of the Daingerfield will
case in the circuit court of Alexandria
will not take place before the regular
spring term of court.
The annual report of Labor Com
missioner Montague, of Virginia, will
show that the manufacturing Indus
tries are in a satisfactory condition.
Prof. N. R. Craighill, son of Gen.
William P. Craighill, of Charlestown,
bas gone to Cuba, where he has a po
Judge John Brannon has resigned
the presidency of the West Virginia
court of appeals and Judge Dent has
been chosen to fill the place.
The Virginia court of appeals heard
argument in a case h wing some of
the features of the famous Maybrick
case in England.
The Newport News and Old Point
R.tilway and Electric Company has
begun injunction proceedings against
the city of Newport News to prevenl
interference with certain franchises.
John J. Gloven, manager of a varietj
theatre at Newport News, who wat
shot Sunday by Walter L Wood, diec
from his injuries.
The stockholders of the New York
Philadelphia aud Norfolk Railroai
■ Company met at Cape Charles and ap
proved the plan of reorganization re
ceutly promulgated.
Louis Stremmel died in Lynchburg
aged S3 years. He is said to have mar
ried a daughter of William Ellery,on<
of the signers of the Declaration o:
The Chesapeake and Ohio Railwa;
Company has contracted with the Pull
man Palace Car Company to buile
1,000 box cars, at a cost of $438,000.
r.enuty lv i.'loou Deep.
Clctiii blood meani a clean skin. Ne
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, b;
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the body. Begin to-day ti
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads
and that sickly bilious complexion by takini
Cascarets,—beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
Marriage at Raphine.
Married the 25th of January, at the
residence of Mr. J. William Berry, the
bride's father, at Raphine, by Rev. A
H. Hamilton, Mr. William Franklii
Humphries, of Vesuvius, and Misi
Willie Bell Berry.
Miss Berry had been the efficiem
and accommodating operator of the
switchboard of the Telephone Compa
ny at Raphine. Miss Maria Black sue
ceeded her.
PNo-To- line for Fifty Ceuts.
ai-antecd tobacco habit cui-g, makes weal!
strong, blood pure. 50c. $1. All druggists.
_ _
Celior In Six Hours.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis
ease relieved insix hours by"New Greal
South American Kidney Cure." It is i
great surprise on account of its exceed
ing promptness in relieving pain in blad
der, kidney aud back,in male or female.
Relieves retention of water aimost im
mediately. If you want quick relief anc
cure this is the remedy. Sold by B. F.
Huges, 6 S. Augusta St.
Staunton, Va.
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Married Last Week.
From the county court clerk's cilice
Thursday a marriage license was is
sued to Geo. W. Bishop and Mrs.
Laura E. Landrum. They were mar
ried in this city that day.
A license was also issued to Chas.W.
Zimmerman aud Miss Eliza M. Warn
pier. Immediately thereafter they
were united in marriage by Rev. Mr.
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a and have you lost f
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4j anemia or poor blood. k
41 They are just as frequent a
jj| in the summer as in the y
winter. And you can be [
J; cured at one time just as f
,y well as another. r
J Scott's J
| Emulsion I
1: phosphites will certainly j**
1 help you. Almost everyone fir
4 can take it, and it will not lß>
j disturb the weakest stom- |_W
J ach. J
3 It changes the light color of W
4 poor blood to a healthy and rich |B>
jj red. It nourishes the brain; gives JK
3 power to the nerves. It brings tW
$ back your old weight and strength. \ff
X All Druggists. 60c. and $1. $_>
3| Scott « Bownb, Chemists, New York. JB'
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the " Aff& of Me.
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T7RENCH REMEDY produces the above result
«J in 30 days. Cures Nervous Debility, Impotcncy,
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;.i3ses caused by errors of youth. It wards off In-
sanity and Consumption. Young Men regain Man-
■ >od and Old Men recover Youthful vigor. It
.;ves vigor and size to shruuken organs, and fits
: man lor business or marriage. Easily carried in
:•.- vest pocket. Price tfl pTC 6 Boies J1.50
v mad, in plain pack-gll If lO.age, with
-mtui ■ruaramse. OR. JEAN O'HARftf. Paris
Dr. N. Wayt & Bro., Druggists
Why go humping around with a
Whea you can get instant relief in a 10c. box 01
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The best Kldnev preparation rm rnrlh, ntid .
10-CENT BOX ' r.t.iiu-n«-iily M much 1.
others sell for 50 cents ir four druggist «i,
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get a box by mail
The Johnson Laboratories, Inc., Phila
Dr. N. Wayt & Bro., Druggists
rim r 3-Ev
".II y wife had pimples on her face, but
she has been t.iking CASCARETS and tbey
have all disappeared. I hud been troubled
with constipation for some time, but after tak
lag the tir.st Cascarct I have had no trouble
with this ailment. We cannot speak too high-
ly of Cascarets " Fked Wautman,
5708 German town Aye. Philadelphia. Pa.
Pleasant, Palatable. Potent, Taste Good. Do
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Sttrlin; Bwm.dr t'o-pnar, Chlcas*, Montr..?, Sow tort. IU
Ufl Tft DAP Sold and guaranteed by all drug-
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I A pleasant, never -failing I
. remedy for throat and lung {
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! Sellers'lmperial ]
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' is absolutely frre from spirituous *
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I A prompt, positive cure for j
i coughs, colds, hoarseness, influ
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Oyer a million bottles told in tha '
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fommissioners' Sale
lirtue of a decree of the circuit courl
usta county, entered November 28th.
i tbe chancery cause of John H
's Adm'r, et al. vs. John H. Crosby'i
etc., the undersigned commissioners
ter for sale at public auction in
f the court house of Augusta county
nton, Va., at 11 o'clock, on
Saturday, February 4th, 1899,
that valuable tract of land ot which John
H. Crosby died seized and possessed, with
improvements thereon, situated in North
River District of Augusta county, contain
ing Two Hundred and Thirty Acres, more
or less.
TERMS—Cash sufficient to pay tbe costs
of suit and expenses of sale, and tbe bal
ance on a credit of one, two and three
years, the deferred instalments of purchase
money to be evidenced by the three bonds
of the purchaser of equal amount with ap
proved personal security, bearing date the
day of sale, with interest from date, paya
ble in one, two and three years from date
respectively, waiving the homestead ex
emption, and the title retained as ultimate
security, with the right of the purchaser to
anticipate tbe maturity of any or all of
said bonds if he shall so elect.
Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of Augusta
county, to-wlt:
I, Jos. B. Woodward, CJlerk of said Court,
do certify, that K. K. It. Welsou has execut
ed the bond covering the cash payment, as
required by decree of sale in the chancery
causo of Jno. H. Crosby's Adm'r., etc., ts
Jno. H. Crosby's Heirs, &c, now pending n
said court.
Given under my hand this 31st day of De
cember, 1898. JOS. B. WOODWARD,
Jan 5-tds Clerk.
Fine Plymouth Kock cockerels at $1.00
apiece. Prize winners at both the Virginia
Live Stock and Baldwin District fairs.Orders
left with A. P.Bickle at S.P. Mann's grocery,
or the undertaking establishment of Ham
rick & Co. A. G. MOKLE & BRO,
No. 117 N. Market St.,
nov 17 3m Staunton. Va.
LAW OFFICES—Hob. 1 & 12 241,
souic Temple.
aov 8-1 vr BTAUNTON, VA j
Blank Books
Of every kind and price. Fine
Paper, Elegant rul
? from f ing and binding.
$ SOc i r,ropinand " go
A over the books," it
# TO 0 will please you to
|™ A look, and us to
Eootaller and Stationer
!|iili|&& \
WsffSJaCletraei and beautifiej tha halt.
If a luxuriant growth.
<ta_HNever Pails to Bestore Gray
[_£_*£ 7^-f : ■-.■S Hair to its Youthful Color.
Curca scalp diNcasei * hair fallinc.
I2bi££s9y mm s »c,andil.ooat DruggUts
" ed, a middle aged single woman o;
married woman, who will take charge of i
lonse in the county about five miles fro i
Staunton, and keep house and oook for twc
jersous Good wages will be paid. Foi
'ull particulars apply to the Bpkctatob
)ffice. Jan26-2t
Any Lady I
or man, who will take orders for our Leg- '
horn Hen Food in their vicinity,
Our food increases yield of eggs, and j
keeps fowl in good health. We are making
liberal offers to agents in order to get more
people to using our food. On receipt of 50c. 1
we will send, postpaid, a regular $1.00 size
box, with which you can begin to take orders
Pamphlet, with more information about hens, sent on
receipt of self-addressed, stamped envelope. Address
lsghornFoodCo.( 159-F )Boston, Ma**.
l'be only original and genuine French-Fe
male Kegulator.of Mine. St. Germain, Parts.
Unsurpassed as being safe,sure and reliable
In every case. Hold under positive guarantee
or money refunded. Get the genuine. Price
I.«) per box by mall. Sole agentsfor the Unl
cl Stat . and Canada. Kino harvard
CO., 357 Washington St., Chicago,
mar 10 lyr
am the agent for the Old Reliable
onpan & Martinez Paim
Nobetter made. Reasonable Prices.
Drugs, Patent Medicines and Toilet
B.F.HUGHES, Druggist
No. 5 South Augusta Street.
tar PSESCSIFTIOIS carefdllt coipouided.
The Schedule of Prices a 1
Bowling, Bpotts & Co.,
Without dread if competition tliey stil
offei to their friends a stock composed o
every article incident to that branch o:
mar 16
33 & 35 S. Augusta St
Staunton, Va.
Will sell you at very low prices for Casl
Machine Oil,
Black Harness Oil,
Neatsfoot Oil,
Cylinder Oil,
Burning Oil,
Leather Belting,
Gum Belting
Stretched Canvass Belting,
All Styles of Harness and Saddles,
Calf Skins Sole, Harness and Uppe
Endless Thresher Belts a specialty
Always en Stock.
Is a consideration when it comes to
Carriages-arid Buggies
As all must admit—it's a fact.
HARDY Sells; Thn
Of that sort low Jowd—m_kes 'em, too.
Harness for Sale also.
Repairing Gets Attention
John M. Hardy & Son,
Main * Market Sts.. Staunton, Va.
or any other iadies who wish to work
working for us in spare time at home
I ou our cloths. We offer you a good
chance to make plenty of spending
money easily, in leisure hours. Send
12c. for cloth and full directions for
work, and commence at once. Cloth
sent anywhere. Address,
WINOOSKET CO. (159-F) Boston. Mass,
nov 24-ly Mfg. Dept.
LAttUK FAKM FOX SALK.-A splendid
farm In Augusta county, tne richest
quarter or the Valley of Virginia containing
about 560 Acres has on It good newelght room
dwelling, two new barns covered with slate
and painted,other new outbuildings, two or
chards three miles from nearest railwaysta
tion withturnpike leading to station.lnsplen
did state of cultivation, fine spring,pien »■ ot
timber,in sight of churches,mills, stores, etc.
Price £17,50 per acre, on one. two and three
years' time. Has ou it now 13 head horses, 50
eattle.W hogs,lsoßheep, 10 milch cows, raised
3000 bushels of corn last year, other grain in
proportion. Write for full description to this
HIND€RCORNS Treaty-_-<*»*»
Coma. Stops all pain. Alaltas walking" nay. 15«. at Draggi-I
Clean»e« and beaatifta* Ihe habs
Promotes a luxuriant powth,
Never Foils to Bestore Gray
Hair to Its Youthful Color.
Cures ffcalp diiease* * hair tailiof.
ffyouarcCONSJIWPTIVE or bar.
rndifrestkitl. Painful *te ;.r lability of any kind uaa
PABKEIfS GINGEB TONIC Many who werenope-
fcsaauddisooura_.fctifcave r>-_:...;;.tU hu-i-bbr v* iv-w.
Anyone sending t sletfb. and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention is probably patentable. Cummuuina*
tlons strictly confidential. Handbook on Patent*
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Mann A Co. receive
special notice, without charge, in the
Scientific American.
-tnndsomely illustrated weekly. Largest em-
ulation of anr scientific journal. Terms. $3 a
ear; four piohths, *L Sold by all newsdealers.
Branch 0(Mc« ':' _j_, '.'. uli.B_Hea, D- C.
& Ohio Ry.
IN BFFBv. T OCT. 2 1898.
Trains leave Staunton as follows:
11:06 A. M. Dally. Express for Washington
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New
York, Richmond, Old Point Com-
fort, and Norfolk. Dining Car.j _
2:07 A. M. Dally. F. F. V. Limited for Wash-
ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Nefw York, Hlchmond, Old Point
Comfort and Noi folk. DlnlngCar
2:30 P. M., Except Sunday. Express for Rich
0:20 A. M. Except Sunday. Local passenger
for (iordons ville'
4:22 A. M. Daily, F. P. V. Limited for Clncln.
natl, Louisville, St. Louis, Chicago,
West and Southwest. Dining Car.
7:08 P. M. Cincinnati and St. Louis Special-
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Loutt
Chicago, west and Southwest.
Dining Car.
B£:£ P. M. Except Snnday. Day Express for
Clifton Forge.
For further information apply or audress
James Ker, Jr., Pass, and Ticket Agent,
Staunton. Va.
General Manazer. Gen 1 Pass. Agt'
Schedale In effect Dec. 4,1898,
For the South and Southwest.
N0.9. No. 45. | No 37
Lv StauntonC&O tIO 20am »11 llamit2 30pm
ArCharl'vllle " | 1145am| 12 20pmj 405pm
Lv Charrville.So »12l5pm;* 218 pm *150 am
Ar Lynchburg. "I 217pm 400pm! 340 am
Ar Danville.... " 445pm 5 47pml 6 40am
Ar Greensboro "I 625 pm 726 pm 7u6am
Ar Balelgh.... "I 140 am 140 am. 1141 am
Ar Salisbury.. " 810 pm; 8 37pm * liam
ArChattan'ga " 740 am: 7 40amill00am
Ar Charlotte.. " 9 35pm 10 00pm 925 am
Ar Columbia. " 137 am 1245pm
Ar Augusta...■ " 745amj 415pm
ArSava'naKC&Pl 500 ami 425pm
Ar Jacksonville" 1 910 am! ■_____
Ar Atlanta So Ry I 610 am 355 pm
Ar Montg'ry awp 1030 am 920pm
ArNOrleansL&Nj 810pm 740 am
________________ I H4saml 10 00pm
No. 9,—Dally— Local for Charlotte and in-
termediate Stations.
No. 35.—Dally—United States Fast Mall
I through Pullman Sleepers to Jackson-
ville via Savannah; to Atlanta, and New Or-
leans, connecting at Salisbury with sleeper
for Ashevllle. Knox villa. Chattanooga, and
Memphis and at Charlotte for Augusta.
Southern Ry. Dining Cars between Washing-
ton and Charlotte.
Pehsosai.lv conducted toubist excur-
sions, through car on this train every Wed-
nesday and Saturday, Washington to San
Francisco without change.
; No.37.—Daily—Washington and Southwest
, crn Vestlbuled Limited; through Pullman
Sleepers to Ashevllle.Hot Springs and Nash-
ville, via Salisbury and Chattanooga; to
Tampa, via Savannah and Jacksonville to
Memphis,via Atlanta and Birmingham, New
York and Waeihington to Augusta with con-
nection for Aiken. S. C, to New Orleans, via
Montgomery and Mobile Dining Car Greens-
boro to Montgomery. The "New York and
Florida Limited" will be resumed Jan'v 16,
Trains from Staunton by Chesapeake and
Ohio Railway counect In Uniun Station at
Charlottesville with Southern Ry. trains.
tNo.l4f No. tN0.13 'No. 9
/3a J 1
6:48 1*2:30 Lv. Staunton Ar 325
,645 '330 " Harrisonb'g" . 930 200
%720 >14 "New Market" !»8 49 123
.7 34 .4 32 "Mt. Jackson" 834 109
746 1 450 " Edinburg " 818 12 55
■7 55 502 " Woodstock" " 807 12 45
822 540 " Strasburg " 732 1215
842 607 " Rlverton " 711 1152
852 618 "Front Royal" C 59 U •
10 50 8 25) " Manassas " 503 935
1135 912 " Alexandria" 423 8 36
12 00n t9 35 ArWashlntrtonLv 401 8 12.
tDaily except Sunday. 'Dally.
Immediate connection In Union Depot at
' Washington for and from Baltimore, Phil-
adelphia and New York.
Frank S.Oannon,3dVice-Prest 4 Gen. Man.
W. A. Turk, General Passenger A gent. ~
J. M. I3ulp, Traffic Manager.
L. 8. Brown.Gen'l Agt. Pass. Dept.
Washington. D. C.
WtST Virgin ir% U V/T "«&>*"
ti*£ c) 3Y (o LURAY
££SfJJ¥ 4rottoes
Natural bridge
|y "SSJh. Lookout Mountain
°^ NS
Write for Rates. Maps. Time Tables Jletpinj Car
UCmeral Pais Attar. Pnisum Pass Accni Taavil urn Pass Agi
RonHOHeya. Comnaus.o. RoAHont,V/^.
A powder to be shaken Into the shoes. At
this season your feet feel swollen, nervous
and damp, ff you have smarting feet or tight
shoes, try Allen's Foot Ease. It warms the
feet and makes walking easy. Cures swollen
and sweating feet.bllsters and callous spots
Relieves corns and bunions of all palnand is
a certain cure for Chilblains and Frost bites.
Try it today. Sold by all druggists and shoe
stores for 25c. Trial package Free. Address,
Allen S Olmsted, Le Koy, N. Y.
Allen's Foot-Kase, a powder for the feet, it
cures painrul.swollen, sinartlng.nervous feet
and instantlytakes the sting outof corns and
bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery
of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight or
new shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure for
Chilblains, sweating, callous, tired, aching
feet. Try it today. Sold by all druggists and
shoe stores, 25c. Trial package Free. Ad
dress, Allen S. Olmstoad. Le Roy, N. Y.
Millions of
Money for a
Moment of
You'd giye quite a little yourself for
lan extra minute when your train van
ishes from one end of the station as
you enter the other. You blame the
watch,better bring it to us and see if
there is anything serloustbe matter or
whether cleaning wouldcure the trou
ble, Our work is guaranteed,
'erhaps the trouble with your watch
is the need of a new one—here is the
place to get it.
South Augusta Street.
TO TKACHKKS.—Buildings Ola most suit
able nature for the establishment of a
school located at Huntersvllle, Pocahontas
county, W. Va., are for rent or sale. The peo
ple are prosperous and It Isa splendid oppor
uniytor any enterprising teacher, lor fur
her particulars, address this Office.

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