Newspaper Page Text
We Invite Inspection of
Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them thatthey will find It the largest of any paper Published In this City. 53? rfTTnTTTTTTTfTTrfrfTTTTTTTTTTnnTITTrfITmTTTmT»TntTnnn?TTr»f 1 GLiGTHING GO. TTnTTTTrfnTTrfrrmTnTTTTTTnrTTTTmrmnnmmnnm»nmnwnimiTrmniTTTTT OS We are prepared to show you the most complete and elegant line of iniiuiiiiuiimiimm^lHl^ I FALL AI f ITER CLOTHIII Hats and Furnishing Goods, ever shown in Staunton. Everything that is new and np-to date, you will find in our establishment. There is absolutely nothing missing. The finest of Olay Worsted, English Serges, Yecunas Thebets, Unfinished Worsteds, Meltons, Whipcords, Striped flannels, and last, but not least, the beautiful neat effects of Oassimeres can be found here in endless variety. We can fir you all, no matter how long and slim, how short and ttout you are. To make your Children be admired there is but one place to buy them suits, that is ours. Just received a big line of 3-piece suits tor Boys, age 8 to 16. They are beauties. Made with short pants and double breasted vests, and are the latest. A look will convince you that if you want right, if you want to be treated right, if you want to be right up-to-date, and if you want to save mon ey, buy your Goods at the Clothiers who do what they promise. WEINBERG CLOTHING CO., 5 S. Augusta St. Next to Aug. Nat. Bank. STAUNTON. VA. «*:•/ C +=\,r* KX*r* fSTtVHs VSVva «WHU>S\»HilrSttrfVSttH»S'2\?HUEttH Tbe Kind You Have Always Bought, and 'which has been in use fur over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- t^ts jcX/^^^~^ 2 ~ sona l supervision since its infancy. , -***«2ry i yJ /■C&4CA444 Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex- periments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. VTaoiNiA, Ohio, . \ W^f^r\ mto W (o LURAY MOTTOES CrhOrX Natural bridge ra\Jr fountain Lake Bristol ■Vc/lT® Knoxville CHATTANOOGA r xMlh' LOOKOUT Mountain BIRMINGHAM WEMPH,S KENOVA M% NEW \li/K. ORLEANS CHILLICOTHE ~ columbus, chicagolmJaj 5) AND THE NORTHWEST/^miOt h'ritefor Rates, Maps.Timelhl>les.Sleeping Car VtfBBEVILL, .ALLENHuII, j M*B«A«. CemEßu Pais Agent. Pivision Pais Acini Travilmc PAM.A6I RoßNOrieyA. [ Columbuj.o. 1 ffSSSSWSjaW IAK.UK FARM FOR SALE.—A splendid j rarra lv Augusta county, tne richest quarter of tlieValley of V irglula.con talulng abi)iit r >Bo Acres Has on itgoodnewelght room dwelling,two new Darn, covered with slate and painted,othei new outbuildings, two or chards three mtlesfrom nearest rail waysta tlon withturuplkeleadingtostation.lnsplen did state of cultivation, fine sprlng.plenty of timberJn sight of ehurches.mllls,stores, etc. Price $37.Mt per acre, on one, two and three ■years'time' Has on It now to liead horses,so aittte.sll hogs.lnO sheep, 10 milch cows, raised -2o W bushels of corn last year, other crops" In proportion. Write for fulldescrlptlon to this office. VOL. 79. Did You Read About the change of firm in this space last month 'i We presume you did. At any rate we wish to say that we now have the To be found in the Valley. We carry all of the leading brands of Whiskey and sell at prices That Defy Competition. If you do not deal with us, all we ask is a trial. REMEMBER t£° We guarantee all our goods to be absolutely pure and free from adulteration. Yours for satisfaction, O'CONNELL & HOGSHEAD, Successor, to CLKMMF.It * HOGSHEAD. - hitiiai, I'iiom: :na. mayl-urn DR.i.i b Firapoi,s^ s v'.: Modern methods. Pain-savine devices. Office equipped with Cataphoric outfit (for administration of cocaiu by electricity for painless operation on the teeth. Crown and Bridge work a specialty. All work guaranteed. Office hours 9 a. iv. to l p. m., 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. Mutual Phone 407. Staunton §111 Spectator vindicator. P DISCUSSION AS TO TRUSTS. A Commercial Traveler Exposes Evils of Illegal Combination. There is a controversy in progress in "Talkative Facts," a publication by the Commercial Travelers' and Hotel Men's Anti-Trust League, between 11. R. Kunz and Louis Rosen, tobacco drummers, as to the effect of trusts on commercial travelers. Mr. Rosen wrote a letter in which he took the position that tbe trusts had proved beneficial to commercial travelers, in which he makes other statements in support of his contention that trusts are good. The reply of Mr. Kunz follows: "Mr. Rosen says that 400 new tobac co factories have opened since the American Tobacco Company absorbed all the leading factories. Now, I say that the Continental Tobacco Compa ny, capital $100,000,000. and the Amer ican Tobacco Company, capital $W,-j 000,000, organized in New Jersey, are I what we have to contend with. The Liggett & Myers, Drummond, and Lorillard companies, capital each $1, --000,000, and no water, were th« largest concerns in the world before tbey were absorbed by tbe trust. "Now, I will give Mr. Rosen $100 if he will name six new plug tobacco factories which have been started since the trust bought out the Drummond Company. There are not, or never were, 400 plug tobacco factories in this country. "I was one of tbe 135 traveling sales-1 men for the Drummond Tobacco Com pany. If Mr. Rosen will name ten of our boys who are now in the tobacco trade I will give him $100. The office force of the Drummond Company was almost wiped off the earth when the trust took possession. Men who were getting $125 a month were cut down to $12 a week. The salaries of the best bookkeepers were cut down one-balf. We have the men here, in St. Louis, and can bring them forward if proof is wanted. "I, as a traveling salesman, know l and have the proof that the Continen tal Tobacco Company adopted a new expense account rule, in which hotel I bills on Sunday, 'buss fare, baggage charges, expenses with customers and incidentals are not allowed. Tbe Drum mond Company allowed all these ex penses and paid salesmen when tbey were sick. The trust refused to pay my salary when I was sick in bed. I have correspondence to prove this. "Before competition was destroyed the American Tobacco Company sold its best known brand to dealers at 13 cents a pound. It was spaced three 10 cent cuts to sixteen ounces. Now tbe dealer pays 35 cents a pound aud the chewer gets a 14 ounce plug spaced | four 2 cent cuts, or 40 cents for a four- j teen-ounce plug. "When I was on the road I had twenty counties in Southern Illinois, representing a few brands of plug to bacco made by the Drummond Com pany. I had competition, as the other independent companies had good sales men In the territory. Now there is no competition in the same district and one salesman sells 150 brauds for the trust." Free medical advice. Men and wo men suffering from chronic diseases are invited to consult Dr. Pierce, Buffalo. N. V., by letter, absolutely without fee or change. For more than thirty years as chief consulting physi cian to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgi cal lustitue of Buffalo, N. V., Doctor Pierce has devoted himself to the treat ment and cure of chronic forms of disease. Assisted by his staff of nearly a score of physicians, each man a specialist, his success has been phe nomenal, ninety-eight persons in every hundred treated being absolutely and altogether cured: Woman have es pecially availed themselves of Dr. Pierces offer of free consulation by letter, thereby avoiding the unpleasant questionings, the obnoxious examina tions, and odious local treatments con sidered necessary by some practition ers. Over half a million [women have been treated by Dr. Pierce and his staff for diseases peculiar to women, with unvarying success. Write with out fear as without fee. Every letter is treated as strictly private and sacred ly confidential, and all answers are sent in plain envelopes, b earing no printing upon them. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, World's Dispensary Medi cal Association, Buffalo, N. Y. Making a Pressing Engagement. He—Wasn't that you on the piazza last night 1 She—No. "Then I wonder who in the world it was I kissed?" ' 'You can probably tell by going there tonight at the same time."—Life. A dove colored mouse wandered into a trap belonging to Mrs. AI. E. Mar shall, of Brownwood, Tex. Just as she was about to drown the captive it be gan to sing like a canary. Now the singing mouse has a neat brass cage, and the neighbors frequently call to bear it sing, which it does hour after hour. Paving the Way for Future Trouble. Dick Wittiugton—Darling, you have no idea bow much I love you ! "But I ana willing to learn."—Life. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the SI? ZlStf-+-#-' Signature of l&**/z7€Ue*£l*t STAUNTON, VA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1900. IWOBDTOTHEWISE What a Stock Broiei Thinks of The Election. BELIEVESBBYANWILLWIN And Gives tbe Facts and Figures on Which He Bases His Opinion. Advises all Would-be Speculators To Stay Out of the Market for Some Time. 1 ; • _A large Dumber of stock brokers ay. advising their patrons to avoid tbe [ stock market till the election is over, ' said a Democratic politician at head quarter in Washington says the Wash ington Times. "These men are watch ing the political situation, not with partisan, eyes, but with a desire to . come as near the truth as possible. A large percentage of the men of this class believe that Bryan's prospects are brighter than McKinley's. The fol lowing is a public letter given out by a broker under the caption of 'Finan cial Forecast': " 'That Bryan is more popular today than he was in 189G is conceded by all fair-minded people. That he stands a better chance of election than in 1896 is conceded by the Republican campaign managers. " 'The figures given herewith have been compiled by the men who are managing the McKinley campaign, and in these figures they allow that Bryan has a 75 per cent better chance of election to that of 1896. New York is only claimed by the Republicans by 50,000, whereas in 1896 McKinley's plurality was 268,469. Here is a differ ence of 218,469 votes in favor of Bryan, and these votes conceded by the Re publicans. And so it is with other Republican States, as follows: 1896 1900 McKinley. Rep. claim New York 268,469 50,000 , New Jersey, 87,692 40,000 Michigan, 56,868 25,000 . Illinois, 142,488 50.000 , Kentucky, 281 Bryan Indiana, 18,18 i Claimed by , both parties j " 'The Democratic campaign mana- j gers, after a careful study of the situ- j ation, give out the following Bryan , figures: New Y T ork, 30,000 New Jersey, 10,000 Michigan, Doubtful Illinois, 35,000 Kenti cky, 5,000 Indiana, 10,000 " 'In 1896 Bryan had 17G electoral votes. Add to this the 98 votes of the above-mentioned States, and it will give Bryan 274 electoral votes. All that are needed to elect a President are 224 votes. The Bepublican politi cians are uneasy; that goes without saying. "'With strikes and dissatisfaction among the workingmen, the odds against McKinley's reelection are great. '"The professional manipulators are whistling to keep up their courage, and sending broadcast throughout the land glowing "market letters," telling their customers to buy stocks now and celebrate McKinley's election, as "it's all over but the shouting." These same professional manipulators sent out similar literature in 1892, and the Bepublicans were certain of victory, but somehow or other Grover Cleve land was elected. "'History repeats itself. The last four years have ripened a new crop of votes for Bryan; the young men of to day casting their maiden votes will vote for a young man. " 'The Republicans put Roosevelt at the tall of their ticket to strengthen it. Roosevelt came within an ace of losing New York two years ago for the Re publican party. He will surely lose the nation for the Republican party this year. No sane mail in the United States would vote for Roosevelt for President, and that is exactly what would be the case if McKinley were to die. Roosevelt would then be tbe President. Who cares to put the reins of government in the hands of a man who only lives for self-glorification. " 'The few people who Icontrol Wall Street cannot see much further than the noses on their faces. If these men were to go out among the people who vote they would find the popular senti ment is in fayorof Bryan. Naturally, after the fashion of human beings, they avoid truth when disagreeable. " 'Try a personal poll among the people you meet, and out of ten people you will find seven for Bryan. '"We advise you to keep out of the market until after the election, for the money sharks will try to injure tbe finance of this country on the election of the champion of the common peo ple. " 'Don't be misguided by Wall Street tipsters, who send you circulars and market letters, telling yon to buy or sell this or that stock. These same tip sters will give you the "double twist" and take your money either way. Don't deal in this market; it is too dangerous. Wait until after the election, and then buy high class securities at low prices, no matter who may be elected. " 'As the famous financier, James R. Keene, said not long ago. "If McKin ley is elected, stocks will go lower. If Bryan is elected, stocks will go still lower." " 'So, you see, no matter what Mr. Stock Exchange member or Mr. Con solidated Exchange member says about a new "bull" pool or a new "bull" movement, the wise men of the Street are afraid of the coming election.' " THE LAPSLEY NOW IN SERVICE. I Gospel Carried to Africa on the Rich j mond-Built Boat. A Gospel steamboat is the latest me dinm through which American mis sionaries will attempt to reach the benighted natives of Africa The Samuel N. Lapsley is the name ofthis new missionary craft. She was built in Richmond, Va.. and is so con strutted that she can readily be taken apart and her various sections read justed again. After being finished and tested, tbe Lapsley was dismantled and shipped in sections on various steam ers via New York, Liverpool, and ai.itadi, to Leopoldville, Congo Free State, Africa. A particularly interesting feature of this little boat is the shallow draft, it being able to navigate in water only two feet deep. It is seventy feet in length, twelve feet wide, has a displace ment of seventy tons, and can ply over a route about 1,500 miles in length. The Samuel N. Lapsley is tbe prop erty of a Nashville, Term., missionary society, of which the Rev. T. H. Ches ter, of that city, is president. In a re cent interview which the writer had with Mr. Chester he said: "So far our floating church has in every way proved a decided success. •'She is, yon know, now in the Congo waters, just off the Congo Free State. A few days ago she was put together and dedicated. Speeches were made by several noted missionaries, and tbe future work of the gospel ship out lined. "Those in charge of her purpose to cruise along the Congo river as far as possible, and if their work is sutcess ful, they will then enter other waters, but she is to be wholly an African mis sionary boat. "The Lapsley has one advantage over all other such craft. If a trip overland to reach another river is nee ' essary she can be easiiy taken apart ' and transported in sections. "Her shallow draft of only two feet ' makes it possible for her to ply up and down the smallest rivers, and with ' these two great advantages she will be able to extend services where an or- I dinary vessel could not reach. "In case the natives should cause i any disturbance or in any way try to harm or interfere with the work of the < missionaries the the Lapsley can on a minute's notice push off up stream 1 away from harm. < "The engine of this complete little I gospel ship has been thoroughly test- ' ed, and proved capable of giving a pow- ' er which will send the craft along, if necessary, at the rate of nine knots an hour.- i One Year for 25 Cents. The editor of the South Georgia Home of Pelham, Ga., in a letter to the publishers of the Southern Farm Magazine of Baltimore, says: I have been a close reader of your pa per for the twelve months, and the same holds a high place in my estima tion. As an educator for our farmers it outranks all others with which I am acquainted. If I could induce every farmer in Mitchell county to subscribe for aud read your paper I would feel that I had done them a great service, for no one can read it and remain ignorant. The Southern Farm Magazine, as its name implies, is not an ordinary farm paper, but a high-class agricultural magazine dealing broadly with all the great questions that affect the South, and especially the agricultural inter ests of this section. Intelligent, think ing Southern people, whether inter ested in farming or not, will find it of much value as the only publication of its kind in the country. In order to reach the widest possible circulation, tbe publishers offer to send the Southern Farm Magazine for one year for twenty-five cents. This offer will hold good only until Decem ber 31. Tbe Magazine is published monthly by the Manufacturers' Record Publishing Co., Baltimore. Bridgewater Briefs. Mrs. W. G. Leonard is on a visit to her old home at Churchville. I. T. Skinner and S. A. Richcreek expect to leave on Monday for Newport News. Mrs. J. W. M. Dinkel spent several days last week visiting relatives in Staunton. Miss Katie Sheets, of Mt. Solon, who has been sick with tyhoid fever for some time, was able to come to town yester day. Miss Anna White spent a few days during the past week with frineds at Mossy Creek. Dr. Ernest Moseby, of Richmond, is visiting his Uncle, Rev. L. H. Paul on Mossy (.'reek. Miss Maggie Early is visiting her brother, A. B. Early, at New Hope and expects to return to her home here next week. Dr. J. A. Wilson and daughter, of Greentop, Missouri, are visiting the former's brother, .1. Newton Wilson, at this place. Miss Sallie C. Robson, of Mossy Creek, has been in Baltimore for the last three weeks visiting friends. She will go to Washington next week.— Herald. What's Your Face Worth ? Sometimes a fortune, but never, if you have a sallow complexion, a jaundiced look, moth patches and blotches ou tbe skin—all signs of Uver Trouble. But Dr. King's New Life Pills give clear sklu. rosy cheeks, rich complexion. Only 25 cents at Hughes' drug store. JUOISE QUARLES MAKES A DENIAL. He is Sspportlng the Entire Democratic Ticket. The following letter to Chairman Ellyson from Congressman J. M. Quarles, sets at rest the rumors that he was not supporting Mr. Flood for Congress, in bis speeches in this dis trict : Ron. J. Taylor Ellyson, Chairman Dem. State Committee: My Dear Sir—Your favor of the 15th inst. received. It is true that I did not mention Mr. Flood's name in my speech at Warm Springs, and I do not now recall that I mentioned the name of Mr. Bryan. Tbis, however, was not purposely done. I spoke for tbe Dem ocratic party, and it was my intention to advise and urge tbe Democrats, and particularly my friends, to vote the Democratic ticket, for our Congres sional candidate as well as for our Presidential candidate, as I had done the day previous at Fincastle, but I opened the discussion and had no re joinder. My time war limited, and in tbe hurry of the debate it escaped me, but I do not think that the Democrats who heard me had any other thought than that I was speaking for the suc cess of the entire Democratic ticket in the Tenth District. Thanking you for your letter, I am, Yours sincerely, J. M. Qubrlks. Waynesboro Mention. Mrs. K. ft. Vance is visiting friends in Kentucky. Mre. Sallie Hunter is the guest of her son, Mr. Charles Hunter, Staun ton, this week. Miss Verne Stacker, who has been the guest of Dr. L. P. Coyner, has gone to Spring Creek to visit friends. Mrs. Harry Humphreys and little son, William, will leave tuis evening for Huntington, W. Va., where they will spend the winter. Mrs. S. A. Ellison and daughter, Miss Martha 8., and Miss Julia Elli son, of Crozet, are the guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Ellison. Little Fannie Menifee celebrated her sth birthday Monday evening. Anum ber of little friends participated and a merry good time was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Geo. A Coyner was called Wed nesday to the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Isabella Yancey, who is extremely ill at her home at Onan, Va. Mrs. Yancey is 90 years of age. She is not expected to recover. Mr. E. A. Crump and Miss Efiie Lambert went to Washington last week and were married in the parlor of the St. James Hotel. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Wilson.— Valley Virginian. What a Dreadful Thing it is to wake up in the night suffering from cholera morbus, and yet cases of this kind are very common. Tbe trouble, however, will never become serious if you keep a bottle of Pain Killer at hand, for it is a remedy that never fails to cure cholera, cramps, diarrhoea or dy sentry. Avoid substitutes, there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'. Price 25c. and 50e. PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE. Tbe printing press on which The Spectator has been heretofore print ed is for sale. We have put in a new press which is faster, hence the reason for selling. This press is in good order and will print the issue of any ordinary country paper with ease. Its speed is about 700 per hour. No press made does better work. Easy terms of pay ment will be given. Address. Staunton Spectator, Staunton, Va. ' Buffalo Gap Items. There are a number of cars of tine cattle being shipped from this point to Northern markets. Mr. Hudgins and family after spend ing some time with Mr. Tiice, have gone to Front Royal, Va. Mrs. J. W. Keller and children were in Staunton last week. Mr. J. W. Keller has been appointed postmaster here in place of Mrs. Jo sephine Nichols, resigned. He assumed his duties on the 10th inst. OASTORIA. Bsan ths A lhß Kind Ym H,v * Mwa ' s "N* l * Nerve Food If you have neuralgia, Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil will feed the nerve that is cry ing for food—it is hungry— and set your whole body going again, in away to satisfy nerve anJ brain from your usual food. That is cure. If you are nervous and irri table, you may only need more at to cushion your nerves— .■ou are probably thin—and Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver )il will give, you the fat, to be- with. Cure, so far as it goes. Full cure is getting the fat, ,ou need from usual food, and Scott's Emulsion will help you ro that. It you have not tried it, send for free sample, ts agreeable taste will surprise you. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists. joa-415 Pearl Street. New York. 30c aud $1.00; all druggists. ~ H>3m Farmerm ■■'■•■■ £ J.'Zi and v *tm Furrows A farmer is known by his furrow as ■ the carpenter is known by his chips." It takes a firm hand and a true eye to turn a straight furrow. No wonder the farmer wears out, spite of exorcise and fresh air. One day's work on the farm would tire many a trained athlete. And the farmer works hardest of all. The first up and the last to bed, feeding his team before he feeds himself, his work is practically never done. Why does not the farmer treat his own body as he treats the land he cultivates? He puts back in phos £bate what he takes out in crops, or the md would grow poor. The farmer should put back into his body the vital elements exhausted by labor. If he does not, he will soon complain of "poor health." The great value of Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Is In its vital ising power. It gives strength to the stomach, Ufa to the lungs, purity to the blood. It supplies Nature with the sub stances by which she builds up the body, jast as the farmer supplies Nature with the substances that build up the crops. "I write to tell you of the great benefit I re ceived from the use of Dr. Pierce. Golden Med ical Discovery," write. Mr. G. B. Bird, of Byrn side, Putnam Co., W. Va. »It cured me of a very bad ca.e of mdigeatlen associated with torpid !' T ?™ a * ton iJHt* th « "H of Golden Mid leal Discovery • I had no app.tlt.; could not sleep nor work but very little. The little that I ate did not agree with me, bowels conatipated. and life *v a misery to me. I wrote to Dr. Pierce giving Mm symptoms, and asked for advice. He advised me to try the ' Golden Medical Dis covery ' so I began the use of It and after taking four bottles I felt so well that I went to worrf; but soon got wor«, up I again began the use of It and used it about eight Weeks longer, when I WO permanently cured." Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellets invigor ate stomach, liver and bowels. Una them when you require a pill. a*. CHICHCSTfaVS ENGLISH Pennyroyal pills .. aaKMKfrVnX! AiLsVani ■>' DllllHtsltlO ENGLISH Mf*USU* ft a S. in KEO vi I Culd miunic bolt, ...:.] —- , B»| »ilh bin. ribbon. T«k. ■ • ether. H.fu.o fn •>» «J U.vr... »»SrtlliiU.n. uu tall*. I I fIT tl».fc Bu y or jour £>ra»uH. .r Mod 4e. in 11l B "d " Keller for LMIw." ■« UUw. bj re- JC A ' ur " Mail. 10.000 TmeUmbuUi. Solo by til UINIUU lbl.V«lu "■■TTI'WI C. Mn.n tkla o.p.r. M.SUo. rnk, PUILA.. PA. Kavanaugh & Smyth g mrmrmmTT ** •* S*^ -3S The Up-to-Date Liquor House, S£ Where you will get absolutely pure whiskey at tlie lowest possible V-^ix cost. ■ — saS) S& JUG AND KEC TRADE A SPECIALTY g^ We ship in plain packages— no marks to indicate contents. Try our Jg^T *2 a gallon SUNSHINE RYE, i years old, the famous medicinal whiskey. A distillation of pure rye that has no equal. Prescribed a^sjj^^ JSsSf an<l en( ' orsec ' °y leading physicians as a pure, Invigorating stimulant and tonic. A trial will convince you that you ate paying from 50 to wsnw, sSk-Sf "5 cents per gallon more for goods not its fqual. q*»akr W T e carry in our large stock all the leading brands of whiskies too k^Bsaw <2&3 numerous to mention. Also the best California port, sherry and -*■». blackberry wine at 00 cents per gallon. Send for price list. All k>Ss__, iSSrI < ; oods sold by us are warranted. Yours to please. \s^ KAVANAUGH & SMYTH, & 105 S. AUGUSTA BTKEET, STAUNTON, VA. fe^W mmmmmmmmm JI9OOJ X*^a^*a>aa»Aa\a«l|aA*l Fall and Winter Season. Men's, Youths', Boys' and Children's CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, ULSTERS, HATS, ; REEFERS anfl FARMING- GOODS. In such a large variety, that to particularize would be im possible in this space. We carry the largest and most varied stock of Overcoats in town —Double and Single breasted. Nowhere can tliis make and grade of goods be purchased at the prices we offer them. Ulsters cut extra long. All departments complete and well stocked with the Newest Styles, the Finest Grades and the best Values for the money. Persons out of the ordinary build can al ways be fitted from our stock. Popular prices in men's suits. Sole Agents for the Keystone Newburgh Corduroy Pants and Overalls for Men, Boys and Children. It will be turning down Good Bs) r '»ii .- if you don't come. JOS. L. BARTH & CO., VJOg* \wnwniwviiwTtiivmvnwTivniiriwiiwiimmfiiiwiimiTimivjiiiiiiimiiiwiimii\o j VVHOLEY & MURPHY ] t DEALEKB IN : | PURE AND UNADULTERATED LIQUORS! | Handle allthe Different Brands of Au-ustaCour ty Whiskies from Three to Eight Years Old. ONLY HANDLERS OP O. BEARD WHISK i UN THE CITY OK coOm V E Have also on band different brands of fine Old Wilson and Monti* 3 fe cello, Pennsylvania t-iray, Mcl vale, and other fine brands. Special at- 3 t tention given to all orders. a E ' Saving on band a large quantity of Whiskies and Wines, we will J E offer to the trade special inducements. We handle Port and Sherry a c for family use which we will sell at $1.00 per gallon.; 3 t Also Bottled Beer, Scotch Ale and London Porter. 3 I Our $2 a gallon Whiskey you will find pure and good 1 I INo. 3 South New Street, Staunton, Va.! \ Our readers will fln< correct Schedules o he three grea trail road of the State regularly published I nthls paper heC.&O. theN.& W. ndthe Southern. k V '''.aaM \\\\w)* SOME C SHOEO Uf new design may appear later, but nothing more stylish, handsomer, better lltting or more durable than our line of Fall Shoes for Men, Women anil Mm, can or will lie made. Here the highest grade of goods can lie secured at figures which are much below the highest grade of prices. A Special invitation to all. A full line of Trunk*, Satchels and Hags. A. LEE KNOWLES. THE SHOE MAN. 21 W. Main St., - Staunton, Va. Drs. G7A. & A H. Sprinkel, DENTISTS, 10S W. MAIN STKKKT, Modern methods. Crown and bridge work.