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Commonwealth's Attorney
for Augusta County.
Attorneys-at-Law—4 Law Building,
Staunton, Va.
Staunton, V a 11
No. 2, Court Housa Square,
aug 9-tt
Staunton, Va.
No. 10 Lawyer'" Kow~
Staunton, Va.
Special attention given to collections and
cbancerv practice.
Jan K-tt
No. B Lawyer's Row.
Ojtficb:—Rooms 13,13, IT, Masonic TemjOe.
Jan 18. '9S-tf
JK. rxsuuv,
Sooond Floor, Masonic Temple,;
Mutual Phone. Staunton, va.
Lan A
L. V. H PETTON. hbhbebt j. taylor.
No. 10 Barristers' Row.
Attorney-at-Law and Commissioner
Com. Atty. for City of Staunton.
No. 23 S. Aueusta St.,
Offices—2 and 3. Stauuton, Va
Office—Room S Masonic Temple.;
jan « Staunton, Va.
Prompt attention given to all legal busi
ness entrusted to our bands.
No. 8 Barristers Row,
Law unices In Masonic Temple,
Drs. G. A.&A H. Sprinkel,
Modern methods.
Crown and bridge work.
FIR F I NFET Graduate of Toronto
Un. r. J. Iltrr, Veterinary College,
Toronto, Canada.
Has fitted up a Veterinary Hospital on
Central Avenue, with padded box stalls and
all modern conveniences.
All animals left in his care will receive
the best attention. Calls promptly ans
wered both in the city or county day or
. I Hospital and Office, 492.
FHONES. f Residence, 492.
dec 15-2 m
tStaunton, Va.. Dec. 29,1899.
A. S. Dayis, etc.
Minnie I. Harner, et als.
All pereons interested in the above
styled chancery cause will Take Notice,
that in pursuance of a decree of the circuit
couit of Auausta county entered in said
cause Dec. 9, 1809,1 shall at my office in
Staunton, Va., on
Saturday, February 10th, 1900,
proceed to take, state and settle the follow
ing aocounts:
Ist. Of the real estate owned in Virginia
by the linn of J. A. Davis & Son.
2nd. A. settlement of the partnership ac
counts of said firm.
3rd. A settlement of the estate of J. A.
Davis, dec'd, and whether there are any
unpaid taxes thereon.
4th. A distribution of said estate in Vir
ginia among the parties entitled thereto.
sth. Any other matters deemed perti
nent, etc.
Commissioner in Chancery.
Patrick & Gordon, p. Q.jan 5-4t
Schedule in effect Dec. 10,1899,
For the South and Southwest.
i N0.9. j No. 55L\0.33.|N0.37
Lv Staun CSOtIO 20 am 1106 am l23opmH-230pm
ArChar. '• | ll4sag)rt22opni|4Uspm I 405pm
liV Char. So. 12 05pmj*2OOpmJB54ami*150am
Ar Lynch, " ! 17 pm! 3 48pm| 2 45am| 3 42am
Ar Danville" 445 pml 5 41pm 4 33am| 5 40am
Ar Greens. " 125 pm 7 10pm 5 45am; 7 (Cam
ar Raleigh " 2 45 any 2 45am110 45amHI)45am
ArSallsb'y "j7 59pm; 8 24pm' 6 55ani "06am
ArChat'ga" 17 40 am; 7 40ain ! 1135pnill36pm
Ar Charl'te " 933 pm 945 pm 8 Mami 9 25am
ArColumb'" 120 am 1126 am!
ArAuiru'ta" 800 am 2 50pm!
arSv'naSltyP 6 loamj.iaopm
Ar Jax'ville"! 9 23am17 40pm:
AJAtla'aSKyi I 510 urn] 355pm
Ar Mo'tgawp, llOSOam 9 20pm
ArN.O.,L&N 1 | 810pml 7 40am
I llSjaml 10 00pm
No.9.—Dally—Local for Charlotte and In
termediate Stations, with connection for
Harrisonburg daily, and Staunton daily ex
cept Sunday.
No. 35.—Dally—United States Fast Mail
through Pullman Sleepers to Jackson
ville, via Savannah; to Atlanta, aid New
Orleans.connecttug at Salisbury with sleep
er for Ashevllle. Knoiyille, Chattanooga,
and Memphis and at. Charlotte for Augusta;
and at Columbia with sleeper for Charles
ton. Also at Charlotte with sleeper for At
lanta. Dining Car service.
No. 33.—New Yokk and Florida Express
—Carrying Pullman Buffet Sleeping-cars
New York to Augus'a.with cnnneetiu i for
Aiken; also to Port Tampa, Fla., via Colum
bia, Savannah and Jacksonville. Through
coach to Jacksonville. Dining car service.
No. 33.—"Washington and Chattanooga
Limited via Lynchburg." witn Pullman Buf
fet Sleeping-cars for Memphis and Now Or
leans through Bristol. Through coach from
Washington to Memphis. Parlor and
Observation car between Radford, Va.. and
Attalla, Ala. Cafe car service.
No.37.—Dally—Washington and Southwest
ern Vestibuled Limited, through Pullman
Sleepers to Asheville.Hot Sprinss and Nash
ville, via Salisbury and Chattanooga; to
New Orleans, via Montgomery and Mobile
to Mem Dhls, via Atlanta and Birmingham
Pullman Observation and Library Sleeping
car to Atlanta. Dining Car service.
Sunset Personally conducted tourist
■xcuksion on this train every Monday
Wednesday aud Friday, from Washington
to San Francisco without Changs.
Trains from Staunton by Chesapeake and
Ohio Railway connect in Union Station at
Charlottesville with Southern Ky.trains
tN0.14 No. I tNo.l3i*No.9
5:48 12:30 Lv. Staunton Ar 325
«45 *3 35 " Harrisonb'rf " 930 215
717 122 " New Market" 849 133
730 441 " Kc. Jackson" 834 117
744 I 458 " Edinburg " 813 100
753 511 " Woodstock " 808 12 49
820 548 " Stra3burg " 737 1217
842 613 " Riverton " 718 1152
852 6 2,1 " Front Koyal" 707 1140
10 50 8 25| " Manassas " SOS 930
1135 9 251 " Alexandria •• 453 828
r l2oonl "9 i'.iArWashinirtonLv 401 «HOl
tDally except Sumiav. "Daily.
Immediate connection In Union Depot at
■Washington for and from Baltimore, Pnil
adelphla and New York.
Fran'* S.Gannon,3dVlce-Prost & Gen. Man
tr <.i"»»fc." 7'"" ->j *-—
Miserable, Unhappy Woman
Suffering Heedlessly When
Blood and Nerve Remedy
Poor woman, with her delicate body and unstrung nerves. Life Is hard
on her The world Is heavy and It drags her over Its rough roads regardless
of the jars and shocks which tear her nerves and
sap her life and beauty. And how she endures I
jKtftf&A |Mk\ Poets have sung of it —clergymen praised it—the
ft world gained by it. But it is wrong, we say.
BSSlSlSßß^^^vKr""^" /s wrong to suffer needlessly —to drag
''JSS&SBcf through life listless, weak, melancholy, use-
ttlrWsSSr wUHfc- *°MlffflßlN tsss and uninteresting. If there were no
"<«Biy?k r-1 ■° r - Circene's Ker\>ura blood and nerve rem-
~U *«S§lpiL_ cdv. it would be different.
4'Mfe, llj [ But there Is llt is ready to add old tlmt
\ grace and spring to your feet, to Hghx
M \ those dull eyes with sparkle and bring
fc—t Hi W/ M'tfKvJ \ \ a dainty pink to those sallow cheeks.
V/lßa f/' //)\M\ \ ) doubt about It.
mfih "■■'*> ■ ll\l/WeL\.\ \ Set your blood tingling and tighten up
H£r~t .Wi3Baa— your nerves with a ssfe, sure rem-
BRJ JVS ~~— PJ\\ edy. What Dr. Oreene's Ncr-
v^'^s^- *^" a * as done for others Jt will
** ft,r Jo " — enrich your
'•*•'% t&Vc)sFs / Wood — strengthen your
/ 6 " erves ' increase your ap-
/ And It is Just as good for men
J I bs it is for women — makes
amm m \ .'-jS* 5 '*""" /00jt a/jd /Cc/ WC// '
i t^^^lS ß v=!a * Mrs. Caroline Chandler, Conecri,SJ.E.,as,ys:
'jßj. / 'Tor years I iKid trouble -with m> stomach and
\fcr\W t. »'• BEjL have consulted physicians and sought In various ways to find
H relief/ In addition to my stomach difficulty, I suffered a great
IB deal with pains in my Wk. and general weakness of the
>«/* system TueurstreliefwMchlobtataedwasthroughtbeuse
of Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, and I have continued to »« the remedy ««MT«I
felt it necessary to do so. I look upon Dr. Greene's Nervura as a valuable medicine, and take pleasure
In recommending it to others." .
Dr. Greene, 86 West 14th St., New York City, Is the most successful specialist in curing nervous and
chronic diseases. He has remedies for all forms of disease, and offers to give free consultation and
advice, personally or by letter. Toucantellor write your troubles to Dr. Greene, for all communica.
tlons are confidential and letters are answered in plain, sealed envelopes.
■ i l
Handle all the Different Brandsof
ty Whiskies from Three to Eight Years Old.
Have also on hand different brands of fine Old Wilson and Montis
cello, Pennsylvania Gray, Melvale, and other fine brands. 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
for family use which we will gull at $1.00 per gallon.;
Also Bottled Beer, Scotch Ale and Londori Porter.
Our $2 a gallon Whiskey you will find pure and good
No. 3 South New Street, Staunton, Va, 2
AUaiuiAmiiii>.iUiimiitmiiuiiiJt.uiituiiii«tiiiuuiMiMi''- UiUUUMattOaUHE
of menstruation." They are "LIFE SAVERS" to girls at
womanhood, aiding- development of organs and body. No
known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm —life
becomes a pleasure. $3.00 PER BOX RY MAIL. Sold
by druggists, DR. MOTTO CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio.
For Sale by Hogshead, Hanger & Co.
One of the causes of tbe growth of our business is the care we '
give to so-called minor details. We do not consider them of '
minor importance. We believe in handling a job of printing '
properly, attending to all the points thoroughly. Wheth- '
er it is the proportion of the sheet, the size and style of the type
or the blank margin, al! of these points, and a great many others (
are necessary to give the finished production the appearance that i
has made our work the standard for this section. I
The Stone Printing arcrf Wlanufacturing Company. !
EDW. L. STONE, President. *
110,112 and 114 N. Jefferson St. ROANOKE, VA. <
& Ohio By,
IN aWJTBCI OCT. 3S, 1809.
Trains leave Staunton as follows:
3:OU A. M. Dally. F. F. V. Limn nd for Wash
ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
New York, Richmond, Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk. Dining Car
1U.56 A. M.—Daily, Express for Washington
Baltimore, Philadelpuia, New
York, Richmond, Old Point Com
fort and Norfolk. Dining car to
2:30 P. M., Except Sunday, Express :or Rich
10:20 A. M. —Ar. 8,45., Except Sunday. Local
passengei for Gordonsvilie.
4:23 A. M. Daily, F. f. V. Limited for Clncln
nati, Louisville, St. Louis, Chicago
West and Southwest. Dining Car.
7:08 P.M. Cincinnati and St. Louis Specia!
Cincinnati. Indianapolis, St. Louis
Chicago. West and Southwest
Dining Car.
3:88 P. M. Except Sunday. Day Express to
Clifton Forge.
For further information apply or address
James Ker Jr., Pass and Ticket Agent
Staunton. Va.
General Manager. (Jen lFsss. A«t
Apple, Peach, Pear, Plnm and
Cherry Trees, Giape Vines,
and Strawhßrry Plants.
In fact everything the fruit grower
needs can be found at our nurseries. All
first-class stock in every respect, and free
from disease. Write and get our prices
before placin? your order elsewhere, as we
will sare you money.
sep 29-tf '
I want to sell FOUR t.l) ACRES or Land
lyiag between tbe National Cemetery and
the Chesapeake & Ohio railway, near .Staun
ton. It lays welt and would make a nice
garden for any one desiring toongatre in that
businet.B. I will sell by tbe acre or as a whole
as it rn?y suit the purchaser.
Executor 01 Patrick Finn, dec'd.
Oct 27-tf
in KKI> ami Oolt'l metallic boxes, seilcd
*tjK v*tb bloerit.bon. Tokeno other. Kef-mo
I*l Sftvy Pong***""* .SnbatUut]on» and lmltii-
|"/ — ifr tlnnn* Buy of your DrofpiM, or wod 4<-. i-j
||» y ■•mbus fcr Ptirtfcvlnr** TeattxnGiilslA
They overcome Weak
ness, irregularity and
omissions, increase vig
or and banish "pains
A pleasant, never-failing
remedy for throat and lung
Sellers' Imperial
Cough Syrup
Is absolutely free from spirituous
or other harmful ingredients.
A prompt, positive cure for
coughs, colds, hoarseness, influ
enza, whooping cough.
Overs million bottles fold in the
last few years attest! ts popularity.
~ fl . . . prrrsßUHG,pa.
At all Druggists.
25c and 50c.
Dr. Williams'lndian Pita Ointtnenv
will cure Blind, Bleeding, Ulcerated
and Itching Piles. It absorbs the tu
mors, allays the itching as once, acts
as a poultice, gives instant relief. Dr
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is
prepared only for piles and itching of
the private parts, and nothing else.
Every box is guaranteed. Sold by
druggists, sent by mail, for 50e and $3
per box. Williams M'f 'g Co.. Prop's,
Cleveland, Ohio.
James D. Coiner's Heirs.
All parties interested in the above
styled cause now pending in the circuit
court for the county of Augusta lake No
tice. that pursuant, to a decree of s>Ud court
entered in said cause Dec. 11, 1890, r shall
at my office in Staunton, Va., ou '
February 17, 1900,
proceed to ascertain anct leport:
1. What interest the widow and heirs
nt-law of .James D. Coiner, dec'd, Lave in
the real estate ol taut decedent, And if the
partition and sale in the bill mentioned is
tairto all parties in interest.
2. What are the interests of the widow
and heirs atlaw of said decedent in his
personal estate.
;s. What is tbeoutstandinirindebtednes.s
ol said decedent including any unpaid
4 The transactions of Jos. D. Carr and
Eugene 0. Coiner, administrators of said
decedent, with tbe estate iv their hands.
5. Any other matters deemed pertinent
When you've shouted "Rule Britannia"—when you've sung "God Save the
When you've finished killing Kruger with your mouth-
Will you kindly drop a shilling in my little tambourine
For a gentleman in kharki ordered South ?
He's an absent minded beggar and his weaknesses are great—
But we and Paul must take him as we find him—
He is out on active service, wiping something off a slate—
And he left a lot o' littile things behind him !
Duke's son—cook's son—son of a hundred kings—
(Fifty thousand horse and foot going to Table Bay '.)
Each of 'em doing his country's work (and who's to look after their
Pass the hat for your credit's sake and pay ! pay ! pay !
There are girls he married secret, asking no permission to.
For he knew he wouldn't get it if he did.
There is gas and coal »nd vittles and the house-rent falling due,
Aud it's more than rather likely there's a kid.
There are girls he walked with casual. They'll be sorry now he's gone
For an absent minded beggar they will Hod him;
But it ain't the time for sermons with the winter coming on—
We must help the girl that Tommy's left behind bim.
Cook's son—Duke's son—son of a belted Earl-
Son of a Lambeth publican—it's all the same today !
Each of 'em doing his country's work (aud who's to look after the
girls ?
Pass the hat for your creditor's sake, and pay ! pay! pay !
There are families by the thousand, far too proud to beg or speak,
And they'll put their sticks and bedding up the spout,
And they'll live on half o' nothing paid 'em punctual once a week.
For the man that earns the wage is ordered out.
He's an absent-minded beggar, but he heard his country call,
And his regiment didn't need to semi to find him;
He chucked his job and joined it. So tbe job before ns all
Is to keep the home that Tommy's left behind him !
Duke's job—cook'B job—gardner. baronet, groom-
Mews or palace or paper shop—there's some one gam away !
Each of 'em doing his country's work (and whose to look after the
room V)
Pass the hat for your credit's sake, and pay ! pay ! pay !
Let us mtnage so as later we can look him in the face,
And tell him—what he'd very much prefer-
That while he saved the Empire his employer paved his place,
And his mates (that's you and me) looked out for her.
He's an absent-minded beggar, and he may forget it all.
But we do not want his kiddies to remind him
That we sent 'em to the work-house while their daddy hammered Paul,
So we"ll help the homes our Tommy's left behind him !
Cook's home—Duke's home—home of a millionaire,
(Fifty thousand horse and loot going to Table Bay !)
Each of 'em doing his country's work (and what have you to spare?)
Pass the bat for your credit's sake, and pay ! pay ! pay !
Consistency is a Jewel.
Back in 1888 Wm. McKinley, then a
member of the House of Representa
tives, attacked the then Secretary of
the Treasury, Mr. Fairchild. for hav
ing distributed among banks without
interest fully $59,000,000 of surplus
money, that, as he put it, ought to be
in the Treasury, and he charged, with
particular eloquence and indignation,
that the President of lhe United
States and his administration were
solely responsible for the congested
condition of the Treasury and the
alarm that existed about the currency
So indignant, indeed, was Congress
man McKinley concerning this outrage
that in the Republican convention of
1888, he, as chairman of the committee
on resolutions, saw that into the plat
form was put a denunciation of 'The
Democratic policy of loaning the gov
ernment moneys without interest to
pet banks.'
It is estimated that before the distri
bution of money to banks now begun
is completed, there will be $129,000,000
thus deposited in pet banks without
interest, which they will loan out at
from 6 to 10 per cent. This is the
policy which the successful McKinley
adopts, and is exactly the policy which
the McKinley struggling upward to
ward eminence denounced in 1888.
Bad Blood—Cure Free.
Bad Blood causes eating sores, tu
mors, ulcers, cancer, are all
curable by B. B. B. (Botanic
Blood Balm), vvhich is made es
pecially to cure all terrible blood dis
eases. Persistent sores, blood and
skin blemishes, scrofula, that resist
other treatments, arequickly cured by
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm). Skin
eruptions, pimples, red. itching ecze
ma, scales, blisters, boils, carbun
cles, blotches, catarrah, rheuma-j
tism, etc., are all due to bad blood, and I
hence easily cured by B. B. B. Syphi- j
litic blood poison (producing mucous
patches, eruptions, falling hair), liter
ally driven from the system and
cure made by B. B. B. (Botan
ic Blood Balm), in one to
five months. B. B. B. does nut contain
vegetable or mineral poison. One
bottle will test it in any case. For sale
by druggists everywere. Large bottles
$1, six for $5. Write for free
sample bottle of B. B. 8., which will
be sent by return mail. When you
write, describe symptoms, and person
al free medical advice will be given.
Address Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta, Ga
aug 3 ly
Bears the y? lhB *■ Vm Alwa -' S NP
Crumpacker s Blow at the South
The usual Congressional ass has put
in appearance. Representative Cium
packer, of Indiana, has brought forth
a measure to cut down the quota of
Southerti Congressmen. In other
words, to benefit the Republican party
Representative Crumpacker has evolv
ed the brilliant scheme of depriving
the Southern negroes of representation
in Congress. The excuse given by Mr.
Crumpacker for this is that many of
the negroes cannot comply with State
requirements regarding voters. The
negroes were deliberately enfranchised
by the Republican party for the pur
pose of outvoting the Democrats in
the South aud to retaiu Republican
power in tb.' South. Are the negroes
more ignorant now than in 1896? Why
does not the brilliant Mr. Crumpacker
rooie forward with a sc'ieme tor re
hiring the Congressional representa
tion of his State or of Massachusetts,
i.v the ground that there are thou
-niids of men in both States unable to
fulfill the requirements exacted of
volts f Mr. Criuupackei'.s scheme is
n deliberate attempt t> pen-eeu:e the
South and will be recognized as such
i>y every man, white or colored, from
Virginia to Texas. It will not work.—
'"cars tfc» Tha Kind You Have Always Bought
.-■■"-■ n —? ——
Humor in Congress.
Representative Allen, of Mississippi,
must look to bis laurels. There is a
new humorist in Congress. The dis
covery is Cushman, of Washington,
whose wit is keen, whose sense of the
< ridiculous is acute, and who tells a
good story in a delightful fashion
Cushman is tall and lank, of Abe Lin
coln style of architecture with legs sc
thin that he himself says that he has
often been arrested for being without
visible means of support. Another
quaint expression is that he was once
so poverty-stricken that he sewed
buckshot in his summer coat Co make
it heavy enough for winter wear. He
bubbles over with original sayings
and he utters them in a spontaneous,
unconscious way that adds to their
Mr, Cushman is put down in the
C'onc>essioiialDirectory as a Congress
man at-large, his State being without
definite Congressional districts. This
reminds him of a story. He was once
approaching a town where be was
billed to make a speech aud stopped at
a house on the outskirts of the town
to get a drink of water. He met the
farmer's wife at the well.
"Wh.it is the political sentiment
around here?" askedCushniao.
"I dunno," said the woman, "I don't
go to political meetings. They say
there is a Congressman at large, and I
think the safest thing for me to do is
to stay at home." —Washington Post.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of (jux&ffictfi&lt
Rev. Dr. Wm. A. Guerry, now chap
lain at Suwanee University, Term., has
been called by the vestry of St. Paul's
church, Richmoad, to become rector
of that church.
Our job printing is the tat.
i Hiwe You
! Heard
i oi it?
I You may have heard
I and have a vague notion,
| that it is cod-liver oil with
I its bad taste and smell and \
> all its other repulsive fea-!
| tures. It is cod-liver oil, the "
; purest and the best in the'
i world, but made so palata-,
| b!e that almost everybody <
, can take it. Nearly all)
> children like it and ask for i
! more. {
looks like cream; it nour- \
ishes the wasted body of J
the baby, child or adult \
better than cream or any %
other food in existence. It!
bears about the same rela- 1
tion to other emulsions that f
cream does to milk. If you J
have had any experience)
with other so-called "just as <
good" preparations, you!
will find that this is a fact. ,
The hypophosphites that are J
combined with the cod-liver oil!
give additional value to it because j
they tone up the nervous system,
and impart strength to the whole i
body. S
_-„__5 oc - * ni ♦•■<». »M druggists. ■
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists? New York* X
• ■ .■- - /.'."
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A wonderful improvement In Friction Feeds and
GU-lEnck. Buck motion of Carriage;* times as fast
as any other in the market. Friction Clutch Feed, '
causing >••• the feed gearing to stand still while back- I
Ins:; great savin* in power and wear. Cata*
losrue and price* free. Also Sprin* Harrow*,
C'dltiTators, Corn Planters, Snellen*, etc.
Mention this paper.
HIiNC'U *fc DUOMGOI.D, iUfra., York, Pa,
Private Legislation!
The Schedule of Prices at
Bowling, Spotts & Co.,
Without ilread f eouipetition they still
onVi to their fripnds a stock composed of
«verj irtiole iueident to that hrar.sn of
mar M
Graduated University of Maryland.
115 E. Hala street. - - - - STAOiTON, VA.
Urown and Bridge work a specialty.
All work guaranteed for Aye .Tears.
Plates made ot gold, silver, porcelain, cel
luloid and rubber. Modern methods, Im
proved appliances, pain saving devices.
Painless extractions. Mutual pbone 407.
Racket Store!-
No. 6 East Main Street,
A. E. HARNESBERGER, - - - Proprietor.
Twenty-five Departments—Everything in
the Dry Goods and Clothing Line.
Thousands are taking advantage of the great bargains we are selling.
Are you one of the number? Our cash system of buying and
selling enables us to sell goods at less than most merchants
This is illustrated by the cash purchase of the
which we bought at one-half what the goods cost wholesale If you
have any regard for economy it will pay you to trade with us.
The success we are having proves the public apprecia
tion of our efforts as to bargain giving.
Domestic Goods.
Heavy weight Outing at 6c, worth 8
Best quality Apron Check 5c
Grey half wool Skirting Flannel 10c,
worth 15c.
Heavy weight Cassimere 19c, worth
Eiderdown at 18c, worth 25c
All wool Baqueing2oc, worth 35c
All the bhst band Prints 5a
Extra heavy Canton Flannel Be,
worth 10c
Ladies' Ribbed Vests 10c, worth 18c
Corsets—all the best makes—B. &U.
and H, & S., Sonnette, fttftSe, worth $1
Cloaks and
ii.lt is the universal opinion of every
one that has seen the vast line of
Capes and Cloaks now on sale at our
store that they are the handsomest line
every seen here. They are going, and
going fast. The prices make them go.
There are none too poor to buy at
such prices as we quote you here.
Three dozen good full sized Capes
89c each.
Three dozen good full sized Capes,
trimmed in fur, $1.20 each.
Two dozen good full sized Capes,
trimmed in fur and braid, $1.25.
And better class Capes cheaper than
ever before presented.
We have purchased the Witz, Burke
& Co.'B stock, a class of Capes and
Cloaks that are unsurpassed, which we
now offer at 50c on the dollar.
A good Cloak for $2.20.
Have you ever heard of such prices
duplicated? No is the univereal reply.
If you appreciate a saving of your
money it will pay you to look our
stock over in this line.
Boy's three piece vest suits for small
boys from 3 to 7 years, trimmed with
fancy braids, at $1 to $1.50, worth
$1.50 to $2.
Boy's double breasted from 75c to
£2.50; the best values to be had in the
Largeboy's suits from S2 50 to $5
Men's suits at $2.75; better at $3.50.
Men's all wool suits at $5 and $6.
Black suits, imported, clay worsted
$7.50, worth $10.
A. E. HARNESBERGER, Proprietor,
lickiQi Potatoes and Onions,
Wholesale and Retail,
J, A. Fauver & Cos.
Ofl Wesiai Hans!
The best flam on the market. No doubt
about It. Don't forget the name.
J. A. Fauver & Cos.
Best Western Oats
and all kinds of Feed,
J. A. Fauver & Cos..
33 & 35 S. Augusta St., Staunton. Va.
Mutual Phone 25.
Hides Wanted.
Feeding Cattle for Sale
We have 42 cattle, all steers, at our farm
at Mossy Creek, in this county, four sale.
The 2 year-olds, ot which there are 22,
will weigh about 800 lbs; the 3-year-olds,
of which there are 20, will weigh about
1,100 lbs. For prices see R B. Hamilton,
on the farm, or address the undersigned at
Staunton. Va.
nevl7tf R. S. & W.A.TURK.
Dress Goods.
Five hundred pieces Dress Goods
bought from Witz, Burke & Co. at 50
cents on the dollar. Bargains that you
will appreciate.
Wool mixed Dress Goods, all the
latest shades, at 12 jo, worth 20c.
Fancy styles at 25c, worth 50c.
Black Goods, Fancy Mohairs, at 40
cents, worth 75c.
All wool Brocades, solid, new colors
25c, worth 65c.
Black 55 inch Ladies' Cloth, all
wool, 50c, worth 90.
All wool Black Surge at 50c, 45 inch
45 inch Storm Serge 25c, worth 40c.
Velvets and Silks all less than whole
sale cost prices.
In this department we endeavor to
please the tadies, and are satisfied we
can do so far beyond their most san
guine expectations. Head apparel can
make woman homely or beautiful.
Why disfigure yourself with something
out of style. We have just received
the largest and most complete line of
Shapes. Birds and Tips that has ever
been presented to the admiring eyes of
the ladies of the city aud county. Now
this is not mere talk, but genuine
Our §2 00 Velvet Pattern Hats are a
And our $3 and S3 50 hat is simply
Now do not delay; as tbe season ad
vances our stock deminishes, and the
ladies that would receive the best bar
gains must come at once.
We have just purchased the entire
sample line of a leading Baltimore
house—Shapes, Trimmed Oolf Hats,
Sailors, Feathers. Tips. Fancy Mil
linery of all kinds at 50 per cent off.
Yon can buy tin's clas-s of goods from
us cheaper than other merchants pny.
Come aud be convinced.
The extraordinary success we have
been having with the sale of Furni
ture low prices explain the secret. We
will give you more for your money i
than you can buy elsewhere. To con
vince you give us a call wher, you want
anything in this lino.
Three piece solid value suits $8.50
worth 11.00.
Three piece solid oak suits 10.00,
worth 12.00.
And extra heavy 3 piece suit, 24x30
mirror, at 19.00, worth 25.00.
Extra golden, oak finished. 3 piece
suit, fancy mirror on dresser and
stand, at 25 00, worth 30.00; a bargain.
Separate beds at 1.50, 175. 2.00 and
2 75, oak finish.
Iron beds at all prices.
Chairs, Tables, Sideboards, etc., in
fact everything in the Furniture line
at the lowest prices.
J Staunton. Va., Jan 4,1801.
Ne!ia V. Pates,
V 8
Webley Pates, tt als.
All parties interested in the abore
styled cause now pending in tbe circuit
court for the county of Augusta Take No
tice, that pursuant to a decree of said court
entered in said cause Nov. 15, 1899, 1 shall
at my office in Staunton, Va., ou
February 16,1900,
proceed to ascertain and report :
1. The real estate of which M. C. Pates
died seized, tbe nature and condition of
the title thereto, its fee simple and annual
rental value, the liens binding the same in
the order of their legal priority and delin
quent taxes thereon, if any.
2. Whether or not it is practicable to
partition tbe same in kind among those en
titled thereto.
3. Whether or not the paper purporting
to be the will of Margaret (J.Pate* probat
ed July 24, 18,9, is in fact her will or is
null and void.
4. The transactions of Hnlst Glenn,
adm'r. ot M. C. Pates, deceased.
5. Any other matters deemed pertinent,
Commissioner in Chancery.
Curry & Glenn, p q.jan 12-4t
Reliable persona of a mechanical or Inventive mind
desiring a trip to the Paris Exposition, with good
salary and expenses paid, should write
The patent KECUItD. Baltimore, Mil.
Shop opposite City Fire Department,
All work executed with neatness and dis
patch. Job Work a Specialty.
Your Work Solicited.
China Goods.
By long experience and untireing
efforts, we are able to cut the prices in
this department lower than ever before
Our friends who may wish to buy Din
ner Sets, Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, or in
fact any article in this department
may do so at a cost never dreamed of
by the patronieing few cut price*:
Good Royal Iron Stone China plates
2oc and 35c per set.
Good Royal Iron Stone China cups
and saucers 35c per set.
Good heavy glass tumblers 10c set
Good glass stand lamp 18c each
Handsome decorated lamps, big sell
ers, $1 to $1.25.
Good Iron Stone China meat Dishes
9c up.
Good Iron Stone China vegetable
dishes 9c up. 6
Good Iron Stone China bowlß 9c up.
10 piece Toilet Sets artistically deco
rated in gold and three colors, $3.75,
worth $6. T '
Salt and peper shakers 4c each {
And the best 100 piece under glazed
warranted first class China Dinner
Sets for the unheard of small price of
ao s n„ PieCe tea Sets are now selling at
In our shoe department we have
bargains that have never before been
offered to the Staunton public and the
surrounding counties.
Our sample Shoes, which are widely
known throughout tbe district, are
now on hand. The first that come
always get the pick and of course re
ceive the best bargains. Come at
once, delays are poverty makers
r*\ ea ] 1^ eayy B rain Bhoe s. 80 cents.
Ladies heavy calf shoes, SO cents
fine dongola shoes, 90 cents.
Boy's buff boots, $1.
Men's fine buff boots, $1.50.
Men's heavy brogan shoes, 80 cents.
Men's heavy stitchdown, $1.15.
Fine shoes from $1.50 to $3.
Misses' and boy's shoes are lower
than ever before, while chilrren's
shoes are going at a song. Don't delay,
but come at once. ««■*•
Cook Stoves!
* £ he Ml 4 9 00k stov <* made, guaran
-5? mBS. Mt prices- No * 7 - 91 "
Sewing Machines.
Sewing Machines made by Standard
Sewing Machine Co. at $18.50. Equal
to any $50 machine made. Guaran
teed for five years.

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