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TOHN H GILKE-ON,
♦J ATTOitr-EY-AT-LAW,
23 South Aueustft Street,
j»n 6-6 m Staunton, Va.
T%T H. LANDTS, _»« —
W . ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Staunton, Va.
No. 2, Court House Square,
aug 9-tf
11 EN BY W". HOLT,
11 ATI'OKNEY-AT LAW,
Staunton, Va.
17 B. KENNEDY,
l 1 . ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW.
NO. 10 Lawyer 8 Kow.
St ~ union, Va.
Special attention given to collections and
chancery nractic ■■.
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No. 6 Lawyer's Kow,
* ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR.
Offices—Rooms 13,15, V, Masonic Temple,
jari 18. '!M-tf
T M. PKKKX,
O m ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Second Floor, Masonic Temple,
Mutual PUone. Staunton, Va.
Lan 6
L. W. H.FEYTON. HEHBERT J. TAYLOR.
PEYTON ft TAYLOR,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
No. 10 Ilarrlsters' Kow.
\»TINFIELD LIGGETT,
TV ATTORNEY at-Law,
HARRISONBOHG, VA.
Practices in all tlie courts of Rockingham
and Augusta. nov 2A-tr
-p E. R, NELSON,
Attorney-at-Law and Commissioner
Chancery.
OFFICE: No. 10 LAWYERS' ROW,
jant-tf STAUNTON, VA.
CARTER BiIAXTON, 11. U. WAYT.
Com. Atty. for (Jity of Staunton.
BRAXTON & WAYT,
D ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
No. 23 S. Augusta St.,
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t) ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
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13|P April numbers now on hand.
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:
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quarter of tbeValley of Virginia containing
about oliu Acres has on it good neweight room
dwelling, two new barns covered with slate
I and painted,other new outbuildings, two or-
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j tion witliturnpikr- leading to station,ir.splen-
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i'rice $37.60 per acre on one. two and three
' years' time Has on it now 13 head horses, 5f
I cattle,40 hogs.lou sheep, 10 milch cows, raised
| 2000bushelsof corn last yesr, otw r grain In
proportion. Write for fulldeserip ontothi
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Harness for Sa!e also.
Repairing Ccts Attention
EOOND-HAHD VEHICLES FOX SALE
John M, Hardy & Son.
1 Main & Market Sts., Staunton, Va.
STAUNTON SPECTATOR AND VINDICATOR.
Before the Fruit Growers Association on
tbe Cultivation of the Peach.
Below we publish the address by Dr.
Wm. Bell, of Mt. Sidney, on tbe cul-1
tiyation of tbe peach, delivered before :
the Augusta county Fruit Growers
Association, held here on the 20th of |
last month. It being so well received
a resolution was passed authorizing
Dr. Hell to furnish a copy of his ad
drees to tbe local press for publication.
This the doctor did for the Spectator
and it is with pleasure that we cive it
space. The address is as follows :
Mr. President and Gentlemen:
1 have been requested to address'
you ou the cultivation of the peach.
I feil much embarrassment iv comply- j
ing with the request ol the president—
a diffidence due to the appivhei.sic.n j
oa my part of my ability to say any
thing worth j; of the I ha* and a! •, 11
-tion of this intelligent audience. They
say "experience is tlie best teacher,"!
and I think every fruit grower ougl.t
to be willing to communicate the re-j
suits oi his experience ior the benefit
of others. I therefore clieeifully com
ply with the request of the president.
1 will, for convenience, consider the
subject briefly as follows : Location,
soil, cultivation, varieties, general
attention, including pruning, spray
ing, thinning the fruit, fertilizers and j
diseases of the peach.
Be peach will thrive on a variety of
if given careful attention, but by
he best location for the peach or
chard is a dry, elevated, moderately
fertile sandy soil, the more elevated
X location the better. The land
t be prepared just as if you intend
o plant corn. After having piowed
harrowed the land thoroughly lay
off the rows 16 feet cash way. Plant
no deeper than the trees stood iv the
nursery. After you have covered the
roots thoroughly with finely pulverized
soil, compress it down with your foot,
then fill up. Avoid exposure of the
roots of the trees unprotected to the
air. This is very injurious. Young
trees should be properly pruned at the
i time of planting. All the tide branch
es should be cut off to within one half
an inch of the main stem, and the main
stem cut off about two-thirds of the
distance from the grourd. Small trees
should be pruned severely, cutting
back the main stem one-half the dis
tance to the ground.
The subsequent cultivation is very
Important and should not be neglected.
Keep the surface always mellow and
f r< c from weeds and grass. The spring
tooth harrow should be used freely
dvi ing the spring and summer. Grain
crops of all kinds are very injurious,
and peaches never succeed in sod or
grass orchards. The soil must be lib
erally supplied with potash iv some
form, but remember that thorough
cultivalion of the orchard without fer
tilizers is worth more than heavy fer
tilizing without cultivation. Potash
gives the trees vigorand thefruit large
size and good color and good flavor. If
wood ashes can be secured they are
one of the best fertilizers for the peach,
but do not bank them up against the
trees, but broadcast them liberally
over the oichard, and especially on
the ground around the treesas far out
as the branches extend. Raw bone
aud potash are the best fertiliz-rs for
the peach. Auother form of potash is
muiiate of potash containing 50 per
cut cf potash. Another form is kain
ite or German potash salts, containing
12 or 14 per cent of potash. I have
used raw bone, kainite and wood ashes
with good results ou my peach or
chard. On land that would produce 50
bushels if corn per acre 1 would not
us^any fertilizer but potash. If land
I is thin and the' trees are not making
the growth they ought to do, use ferti
iiz«r and seed to crimson clover in July,
and the third year turn tbisunder the
next May and cultivate. Bepeat this
occasionally if necessary to supply
ammonl t to the soil and you will br
gratified at tlie result.
l:i selecting varieties for this locali
ty. I wiiild prefer the following, viz :
Triumph, Mountain Rose, Klberta, Old
Mixou free and Sal way. Some of these
will bear much better than others. The
Eilerta and S.tlv. ay have been iu>
most prcfitabl i varieties, aud as ■ mar
ket peach the Klberta cannot be ex-
Called. It should be planted largely by
all orchardists.
! The best lime lo prune the peach is
alter ihe cessation of growth iv tlie fall
while ihe leaves are ou the trees You
can detect dead branches then with
greater facility. These ought all to
I removed, and to preserve the beal
growth of the trees uudgoud qual
ot the fruit the trees shook] have
shoots and branches shortened
ry year so as to preserve a round,
jpact head with plenty of young
:id. 1 think it advisable to shorten
branches to the extent of one-halt
;he summer's growth. Mo: pruning
'lie of the principal causes of the
nt life of the peach. Never prop a
b to prevent breaking, but thin the
it win n the siz-.' of a partridge eg*.
Trees ttiat are overloaded oue season
seldom bear much ihe next, but i
j thinning in pracoictd systematica!!}
aud judiciously it is probable ilia
they inijzlit bear every ye ir. Tbinuiiip
ii civases the s v.". ot the fruit, gives il I
hetier color and flivor aud iticro*«e* I
the amount of Ho. 1 fruir. It is pro
hable ihat the production of a large
quantity of worthless fruit weakens
he vitality of the trees to such en ex
tent that it requites some time for
.In-ui to it cover. Thin the fruit frou.
four to six inches apart. Di not shake
tbe trees but pick with ibe baa*), It
y m will give jour peach oichard lir-t
Kss atte i tion in regard to cultivation,
mliig, thinning the fruit aud feiti
ugan ' spraying, you will not be
nhlfd much with any diseases, for
yur trees wi'l be in a healthy, thrifty
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CAN EAEN LOTS Of MOM
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condition all the time and will be in a
j much more favorable condition to re
sist diseases than aa orchard that does
not receive such attention.
I have seen only two diseases—peach
yellows and left curl. There is no cure I
for the peach yellows. As soon as a
tree has the least sign of yellows cut it
down and burn it. Some varieties are
more subject to leaf curl than others.
It was thought to be incurable. Lead
ing horticulturists contend now that it
cau be checked by spraying. Healthy
leaves are indispensable to sound
fruit.
I not forget to mention the
the peach is especially liable
i from the insects which bore
rk and wood at or just below
.cc of the ground. The trees
examined for this borer regu
ry spring and fall. A sbarp
knife aud iiaht wire will aid you in
finding him. A mixture of pine tar
Xl paiuted on the tries at the
acked is safe and it is said will
injury from the boivr. but you
sure before the application is
at there are 10 insects iv the
tree. There are many writers who ad
vocate the use of whitewash on the
trunk of fruit trees. This looks beau
tiful iv the spring, after the green
leaves have made their appearance; but
I am compelled to protest against this,
unless it be upon old, well-matured
trees. 1 have no doubt that white
■ lth sulphur added, would del
luy insect enemies; but I be
will have the effect of harden-1
ing and tightening tbe bark, thus re
tarding the growth and development
of your<|,* trees. I prefer to attack
these iusect enemies iv a more scien
tific and successful manner, with the
spray pump and Bordeaux mixture. 1
■ other (jentlemeu more cotn
hau myse'if will address you
t eueinUs, aud explain to you
111 detail the necessity of spraying your
trees, in order to secure nice, sound
fruit. The peach requires spraying, as
well as other fruit trees, and we must
no longer submit to the depredations
of these insect enemies, but we must
begin now in a systematic and intelli
gent way the work of extermination.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Small pox in Alexandria during lhe|
past few months added to the expen
ses of that city the sum of $9,OCP.
+~m*~*
Seaaty I« lllooa Seep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
.tirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the body. Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackhead*.,
ud that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets, —beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction maranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
♦--.
AVhen the city council of Richmond
meets May Ist, Mr. Morgan R Mills,
the member from Jefferson Ward, will
introduce an ordinance, the purpose of
which is to make it mandatory on the
ladies attending public places of
ainus-nietit in that city to remove
Have You
I Heard
Ol II?
You may have heard
about SCOTT'S EMULSION [
and have a vague notion,
that it is cod-liver oil with
its bad taste and smell and |
ail its other repulsive fea
tures. It is cod-liver oil, the
purest and the best in the,
world, but made so palata
ble that almost everybody
can take it. Nearly all
children like it and ask for
more.
SCOTT'S
EMULSION
looks like cream; it nour
ishes the wasted body of
the baby, child or adult
better than cream or any
other food in existence. It
bears about the same rela
tion to other emulsions that
cream does to milk. If you
have had any experience
with other so-called "just as
good preparations, you
will find that this is a fact.
The hypophospi sites lhat are
combined with t'.-.e cod-liver oil
g>v& additional Vaiue to it because
they tone up the nervous system
SM impart strength to the whole
body.
and $i 00. all druggists.
SCOTT & IiOWNE, Chemists, New York.
|T)AINTS ~
1 AND 9IL?S I
:o:
Remember we are head
quarters for anything
in the
PAINT anfl OIL LINE.
Call and see us, we can
savd you money.
F. W. BELL & CO.,
i
CURB
* New and Complete Treatment, consisting of
-i-eoSlTOBlES, Cap.tile, of Ointment and two
.oxo. of Ointment. A never f allien Cure for PiIm
! every nature and decree. It makee an opera:!, a
■ ill the knife or Injection, of carbolic acid, whko
;-. pninf al and seldom a porman.ntcrire.and of tea;
.-.ultlaj In death, unnecessary. Why endure
:-.ia terrible disease? We Pack a Written
"! tarar.tee In each $ I Box. Ton only pay for
ncuta received tax and (1 a box, I for 16. Sout
w mall.
JAPANESE PILE OINTMENT. 25c. a Box.
.LKOllrAllUR by japanes. Lrver Paluti
the (Treat LIVRIi and STOMACH RBGULATOH
r.nd BLOOD PDRIFIBB. Small, mild and pleasant
to take, especially adapted for children's use. 60
Pose.25 cents. > OTICK.—The Oenulnc fresh
Japanese Pile Core for sale only by
Dr. N. Wayt & Bro., Druggists
DYSPEPSIA
" My wife suffered for many years from Ner-
vous Dyspepsia. Sick Headache, Sleeplessness
and Nervous Debility," writes John Kelloes,
Philadelphia. "We tried many physicians and
numerous remedies, such as blood purifiers,
nerve-restorers and strengthened and blood
foods, but with no results, until I heard of John-
son 's Dyspepsia Cure. We bought six of the large
•.tit* boxes, and the results far surpassed our ex-
P-* nations. Mrs. Kelloes* health began to mend
'.'.u-nediitelv: she now eats and sleeps well, la
e.iuiug in flesh, aod her color, which had got to
be yellow aud sickly, is now as fresh as when
we were first married, and I tell her that John-
son's Dyspepsia Cure has made her ten years
younger." Ltffi ■•site, 10c, Mc U4) Mc.
F0* .SALE IV
Dr. N. Wavt & Bro.. Druaaists
Racket Store
No. 6 East Main St.
i
A JL JL w_3 -*- -JL a. >■ •
| Look what it will do for you. For limited
time only these special bargains will be sold.
Shoe
Department!
We still have a lot of Sample Shoes in
Ladies', Children's and Men's Shoes to be
sold at actual wholesale prices.
Ladies' Fine Shoes, button or lace,
worth $1 00 75c
Ladies' Fine Dongola Button Shoes,
worth 1 25 1.00
Ladies' Fine Dongola Kid Button Shoes
worth 1 75 1.25
A few pairs of lace in same goods.
Ladies' good grain button or lace shoes,
worth 1 00 75c
Ladies' best quality button or lace
shoes, worth 1 25 95c
Men's heavy Brogan Shoes, worth
1 00 '. ■ 75c
Men's heavy Brogan Shoes, worth
1.25 90c
Men's heavy Brogan Shoes, worth
1,75 , 1.20
Infant.-, shots 25c
Children's Fine Dongola Button Hioes,
worth 85*. 48c
Children's Fine Dongola Button Shoes,
worts 1 00 75c
Phildien's Fine Dongola Button Shoes,
worth 1 25 9oc
Children's good grain button or lace
shoes, worth 1 00 80c
Children's best quality button or lace,
worth 1 25 95C
Children's best quality rubber shoes 20c
Ladies' best quality rubber shoes 25c
Meu's snag proof rubber boots, woitb
Furniture
Department!
3 piece Oat Buits at 8,50, worth 10.00
Same, at 10.00, worth 12.30.
Oak Beds at 1 50.
Suits at all prices up to 40,00.
When you want anything in this lne
give us a cail and we will you money
» m -*
Clothing
Department!
•Weare now;selling off our stock of
Clothing at a big sacrifice in nrderto make
room for a large spring stock.
, *—•—•
Dry Goods
Department!
3,000 yards Calico, light p.i Urns, at 3c.
worth 4a.
The best one yard wide Bleached < Nnton
t 50.
A. E. HARNESBERGER, Proprietor,
Staunton. Virginia.
' MKIAT REDUCTION
O\A IN FINE WATCHES. 0000000
0 You have carried that old watch 90
lone, never was much ot a watch. Now Is
you chance to get a new one at a low price.
Note prices below:
Elgin Watch, nickel ease 34 98
Waltham Watch, nickel case 4 08
Sun Dial Watch, nickel case 8 80
Century Watch, nickel case 3 40
FRANK DEIHL,
JEWELER,
102 South August* Street.
Key wind Elgin and Waltham watches at
$3. Above are all American make and good
time pieces,
A STRIKING PIECE
-OF—
Private Legislation!
The Schedule of Prices at
Bowling, Spotts & Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
STAUNTON, VA.
Without dread • f competition tbey still
offei to their friends a stock composed of
every articlejiucidont to that branjo of
Merchandise.
mar lb
2,000 yardßuutirjß' Light Weigh s wroth
6c, at 40; suited for children's spring
dresses.
Novelty wool mixed Scotch Cheviot at
9c, worth 150, for ladies' wrappers aud
house dresses.
4,000 yards Plaids and Checks at -10,
worth 50.
2,000 yards Dress Goods, all colors, at
15j.
«
Stationery
Department!
One dozen Lead Pencils for 2c dozen.
One package, 24envelopes for 10.
12 Penci' Tablets, 5x7, for sc.
A box good quality paper for Be.
Fine quality linen Note Paper 3c quire,
24 sheets
Fine quality Note Paper Tablets for 50.
Memorandum Books 3c.
Paper Novels at sc, worth 10c.
Webster Unabridged Dictionary »t 75c,
worth 1.00.;
Glassware
Department!
Crystal Glass Tumblers at 9c set for 6,
wcrth 20c.
Full J gallon Crystal Piteners at 12c,
worth 25c.
Glass Cream Pitchers at sc.
Crystal Glass Water Bottie s at 15c
worth 25c.
Blown Etched Thin Tumblers at 60c per
dozen, worth 90c.
Salt and Pepper Shakers at 3c.
Fruit Saucers 18c set for 6, new designs,
worth 25c.
Lamp Chimneys, any size, 4c.
... Lamps complete, large size, 19c, worth
25c.
'
Tinware
Department!
Pint Tin Cups lc
I gallon sovered Buckets sc.
10 quart Water Buckets 9c.
10 quart Galvanized Iron Bucket 12c.
Retlnned Dish Tans, 13 quarts, 18c
worth 25c.
12x18 Sheet Iron State Pans at 12c. .
1 gallon Coffee Pots 10c.
l.xrL'e size ti'ilvanized Washbasins 10c.
Ninkle plated Tea Spoons at 10c
Tickle plated Table Spoons at 20c.
Cast Steel Knives and Forks 35c, worth ,
50c. |
Large size J spanned Coal Scnttle 15c.
PAINT I ,
PAINT I
PAINT!
I atn the agent for the Old Reliable
Unman & Martinez Paim [
Reasonable Prices
Drugs, Patent Medicines and Toil
Articles.
B.F.HUGHES, Druggist
No. 5 South nousta Street.
WW PBESCEIFTiniSRABEFDLLT COIFODIHED.
LADIES OF FINE TASTE £**£
rentage of Handsome, Exclusive and Economic
Outfitting from the great stores of Philadelphia.
can have, without cost, a personal agent of large
experience and exquisite taste to suggest and
purchase goods for themselves or family. Ac
counts opened. Address, stating needs,
Mrs. Moore & Waters,
P. O. Box aua. Philadelphia, Pa.
!You Can
Buy For 8c!
)ecorated Dinner Plate Be.
)ecorated Cup and Saucer 80.
heet iron Stove Pan Be.
auoe Pan Be.
ffee Pot Be.
0.
t Biding Be.
Rubber Combs Be.
I Comb Be.
Wash Pans Be.
lurry Combs Be.
urkey rei handkerchief 80.
oeder Lead Pencil, rubber
>zen, Be.
Pitcher, Be.
ranite Pudding PansBc.
himneys Be.
B >x Paper and Envelopes 8.
rass Lamp Burner Be.
• Wbisk Broom Be,
You Can
Suy For 3c!
Seat Black Ink 3c,
lest 3c.
sake of Toilet Soap 3c.
iox "3 B" Blacking 3e.
est Machitie OH 3c.
kitchen spoon 30.
,'aat Shears 30.
i Can Openers 3c.
pet Tacki 30.
ack Claw 3c.
i size Safety Pins 30.
■ comb 3c.
s stays 30.
ach Comb 30.
stio 30.
icket Comb 3c.
lair Pins 3c.
3c.
an 30.
>3c.
anut Grater 3c.
>ks and eyes 3c.
Envelope 3c.
raid 3c,
a a> a
Special
Bargains!
Good quality Table Oilcloth at 10c pc
yard; has never been sold for less than 15.
Window shades, all complete on spring,
Men's heavy weight socks 7c.
Men's f»st black socks 9c.
Eight Day Oak •Frame Clocks at 195
worth 2 75.
y & UiliO ni.
KASTBOCND.
Trains leave Staunton as folic w s:
8:07 A. M. Dally. F. P. V. Limited ror Wash
ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia
New York, Klchmond, Old Prist
Oom'ort and Noifolk. Dining! ar
M P. M., Except Sunday. Express for Klrb
mond.
Ih2o A. M. Except Sunday. Local passen*ei
'or 'i jrdonsvUle*
WKBTBOCND.
fcM A. M. Dally F. 9. V. Limited for Clncln
natl Louisville, St. Louis, Chicago'
West and Southwest. Dining Car.
7:08 P. M. ;Clncinnatl and St. Louis Special
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St Louis
Chicago, West and Southwest
Dining Car.
88:8 P. M. Except Sunday. Day Express for
Clifton Forge. X ™
For further information apply or ami r<«-
James Ker Jr., Pass, and Ticket Agent
Staunton, Va. - ?
GEO. W.STEVENB, H.W . TV I.LXX
GaneralManazer. Gen lPass.Aiit
an. JFW7**&
Natural bridge
l/lWv_/ CHATTANOOGA
Lookout Mountain
KENOVA @fti J^
CHILLICOTHE *_(JK _• (a
COLUMBUS, CHICAGolJO|/'' 5)
AND THE NORTHW£ST.^i_n_
Write for Rates. Cat
Reseructiona.IkscriptiuePsmptdfts.t&mpyAgemt,etL.
V/B8EVILL.1 _ALLEN>fc:U.. I KF.6RA00.
GcmkalPass AaesT. Division Pass. Aor>.' T»wviim«r«MAct
Schedule in effect March 12, 1899,
For the South and Southwest.
No.9. | No. 351 oUS-iNo.W.
LvStauuC&f U020am 1106pmh230pniif«JOpm
ArUhar. " 1145 an j;2 2Uuml> 05pm| ,06pm
L,v Char. So.'.2 I5pm*2 18pni WSSam'lUOam
Ar Lynch," 2 1" pm 4 OOpmj 2 10am 3 42am
Ar Danville" »45pm 5 55pm! 4 08am 5 40am
ArOreens. " 125 pni I 7 84pm 5 30am 7t6am
Ar Kalelgu " I 45 ani| 2 46am in 45ani 10 45am
Ar Sallab'y " 8 10pm ; 8 3Tpmi B 41amt 8 06am
ArChafga" 740am; 7 4Uam l im5pmll35am
ArCharl'te" 9 40pn-|1000pm 7 55am 9 25am
ArColumb'" 137anj Il_aml2«5pm
ArAugn'ta" ISUOan 245pm: 415pm
arSv'naKCsP i 500am 25Bpm 4 25pm
ArJactson." I 9 00am 7 40pm:9 25pm
AJAtla'aSKyj i 510pm S55pm
ArMo'tgawp 1030»m »20pm
ArN.O.,L&N| [810am I 7 40am
Ar B_ mn.'Sol 11120am i lOflOpm
I,— Dally—Local for Charlotte and In
nate Stations.
35.—Daily—United States Fast Mall
h Pullman Sleepers to Jackson
ad Miami via Savannah: to Atlanta,
iw Orleans, connecting at Salisbury
eepei for Asheville. Knoxville. Chat
tanooga, and Memphis and at Charlotte for
Augusta. Southern Hy. Dining Cars between
Washington and Charlotte.
No. SI dally. New York and Florida Ex
press, through sleepers. New York and
«*ashington to Tampa and Aiken, also
Washington and Chattanooga Limited via
Lynchburg, with through sleepers to Mem
phis and New Orleans. Through coaches.
Personally conducted tocbist excur
sions, through car on this train every Wed
nesday aud Saturday, Washington to Ban
Francisco without change.
New York and Florida Limited—Leave*
Charlottesville 8.45 p. m. dally, except Suu
day. Excluaively Pullman and Dining can.
No.37.—Dally—Washington and Southwest
era Vestlbuled Limited, through Pullman
Sleepers to Asheville, Hot Springs and Nash
ville, via Salisbury and Chattanooga; to
New Orleans, via Montgomery and Mobile.
Dining Car Greensboro to Montgomery.
Trains rrom Staunton by Chesapeake and
Ohio Railway connect In Uniun Station at
Charlottesville with Southern Ky. tr
HARKISONBUBG TO WASHINGTON.
I No. tNo.l3«No. »
38
PM PM PM
112:30 Lv. Staunton Ar 328
310 " Harrlsonb'g" 9 30 2 00
3 56 "New Market" 8 49 128
4 14 "Jit. Jackson " 8 34 10*
4 31 " EUIcnurg " 8 18 12 56
4 43 " Woodstock " 8 08 12 48
614 " Strasl urg " 7b7 12 18
5 37 " Riverton " 7 18 1165
5 4i| "Front Koyal" 7l;7 1140
7 55| " Manassas " 503 i 9 88
8 45 " Alexandria •• *_ b23
PM AM
*______«_ <_j I "»
tDally except Sunday, many.
Immediate connection in Union Depot a
Washington for and from Baltimore, Phil
adelphla and New York.
Frank S.Gannon, 3dVlce-Prest & Gen. Man
W. A. Turk, General Passenger Agent.
J. M. Gulp, Traffic Manager.
L. 8. Brown, General Agent.
Washington. D. C.
Dr. Ceo. A. Sprinkel, Jr.
DENTIST
Modern methods, approved appliances,
pain saving devices.
Office fitted with tbe latest electrical ap
paratus for the cat aphonic method of
painless dentistry.
Crown and bridge work, both gold and
porcelain.
£( nfl SILK UMBRELLA CDCCf
0 JIU U — ABSOLU . ELY— i lI T- LI
Cutout tbii »J* tr'.ii-n: ut, i L..1 -.: lo -.. ■ .. 1 * ....... ! i•«
thiielegaut SILK LMliKtll.l.A. 1 i;.,, u r ;tuu. mi i-J OIHW
■••not ClUllts, Cuban h»a.l-u.*vk. by C.U.D. •übjevt i#
examination. You cuu uiamiue a: i icraMMNIWM i r " i J
perfectly satisfactory as pay tLc TWff « a;i-M |:.i»i
and express charges and WtOljmM liubMik. Th« l'u*i*rvU»
U a patent, self-u losing. trippVuriupiri, !*.-*i &d*pli« fur lougfc
weaibcnsttrtlug silver-trimmed In;" handle, paraxon frame, -i-vl
rod. A'-PuJ of hati iii? is a glil- with. pr<--sxitl ||iuj »I Ii iLe
linger, cloves tbe umbrella, m tog (lie aun.>r nnce' f cloilnt *Lil*
wet. Covered with Bee, Gloria Si k, MM ilkMai nielUai
fi.OO. The Cigars ar*: tbo well-known L'OLIHN BMjLLT, bettia
Amirtca for the niouev. We niske this Ci-jOuVr loiuiroduceow
goods. Ci*?ars aloao c j*t $3 00. Umbrella $j 00, the two(8 00 Ti
give both fur $1.95 bf a LIMIT LI) TIUB onl*. Whenordrrlag,
■tare whether I.a.ii-t.. or Genu' Umbrella Is «anted. Addre- *
Shaw* Irwin £l Co. 'J n.zajsi.Cincinnati. O.
J. A. FAUVER & GO.,
33 & 35 8. Augusta St.
Staunton. Va.
Will sell you at very lowprices for Cash
Machine OU,
Black Harness Oil,
Neatsfoot Oil,
fish Oil,;
Cylinder OU,
EngineJOil,
Burning Oil, ]
Leather Belting,
Gum Belting-,
Stretched Canvass Belting,
Pries of Harness and Saddles,
Skins Sole, Harness and Upper
Leather,
lless Tbiesber 1 elts a specialty
Always en Stock.
HIDES WANTED

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