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Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and aasure them thatthey will find It the largest of any paper Published In this City. I GLiGTHING GO. 53?5- nnTmmmTTmmnrmTTTTfTTiTmnTTmTTTmmTTnnniTnnnnifimTTfTTT We are prepared to show you the most complete and elegant line of Pall amp winter ioiil Hats and Furnishing Goods, ever shown in Staunton. Everything that is new and up-to-date, you will find in our establishment. There is absolutely nothing missing. The finest of Olay Worsted, English Serges, Vecunas 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 fie 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 for Boys, age 8 to 16. They are beauties. Made with short pants and double breasted vest,*, 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., g SS. Augusta St. Next to Aug. .Nat. Bank. ||S STAUNTON. VA. P hrrTTrrrTTTTrrrinTmiH 1111 v 111111111111 I! IIIIIH ■ J»m i «■■ ■ "'I ■!■ ■ "V AVegetablePreparattonfor As- similating theToodandßegula- tin£llu2 Stomachs and Bowels of i Promotes BilesUon.Chcctful- ness and Rest.Contains neither Opium", Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. 8— Pumpetm Seti* Alx.Sav*a * I JtodutteUla- I Anise Seid * [ Upperwint -. 7 eSiGtrSemeeSeelße I WrmSad- I flarJudSugar . f \,iW)/re»riam I Apcrfeclßemedy for Constip- ation. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- ucss and LOSS OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. Bin, ■■■,' ... —I I I EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. j V%UNIA t ©HIO, ,"1 (o LURAY OZ&JW ROTTOES SLr ITG'x Natural bridge Mountain Lake BRISTOL KNOXV.LLE CHATTANOOGA Jy XSlh* Lookout Mountain BIRMINGHAM ROANOKE \v(a MEMPHIS KENOVA mfh N EW CH,LL.COTii E » •»»"■ COLUMBUS, /• 5) AND THE NORTHWEST/^HltlG,, Write for Rates. Maps.Tinie Tables Sl,;pmj Car ffese raa fl'oru. DescriptiuePeimphlett. te V/B.BEVILL. yU.LEN>(Ui.L. MPORAC6, Cenirai Pais Acent, Division Pa&s Acini. Thavuinc Paw ACI fioeeivorieyA. [ COLunoi/j.O. [ r?OAMOH£.Mmy. LAKGRFARM FOX SALE.—A splendid farm In Augusta county, tue richest quarter of tlieVftlley of Virginia containing about 'iisu Acres has on it good newelghtroom dwelling,two new barns covered with slate and painted.othemew outbuildings, two or- chards three miles from nearest rail waysta- tton withturnplkeleadlnKtostation.lnsplen- did state of cultivation, fine spring,plenty of timber.in sight of churches.mllls.stores. etc. l'rice W7.M per acre, on one, two and three years' timer Has on It now 13 head horses, 50 a*ttle,4o hogs,lsn sheep, 10 milch cows, raised aino bushels of corn last year, other crops'in proportion. Write for f lilld escript ion to this office. VINDICATOR. J V0L.79. STAUNTON, VA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1900. Ifjo 44 **■—. " i CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the i t Signature /f\M HJr ln fir " se U» For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA AND SEE BRYAN BEFOKK BUYING Wood, Coal & Lumber. FLOORING, CEILING AND SIDING, always on hand. ANTHRACITE COAL, KINDLING and STOVE WOOD, under sheds, no si.ow, no rain, always in the dry. Try BRYAN. SOUTH LEWIS ST., STAUNTON. WM. S. BRYAN, Mg'r. Mutual Phone 59. Bell 33. jun 22-6 m VIRGINIA, to-wit:-In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of Augusta county the 11th day of Oct. 1900. Kannie Keller, Plaintiff. vs. Thomas Keller, Defendant. In Chancery, The object of this suit is to obtain a di vorce a vinculo matrimonii for tbe plaintiff from the defendant. And it appearing by affidavit filed that the defendant is a non-resident of the State of Virginia, it is ordered that he lo appear here within fifteen days after due publication of this order and do what is necessary to protect his interest in this flu it Test ft JOS. B. WOODWARD, Clerk. Curry & Glenn, p q. oet 12 4t BaI.TJIIIIBH.SSSfc Modern methods. Pain-savine devices. Office equipped with Cataphoric outfit (tor administration of cocain by electricity for painless operation on tbe teeth. Crown and Bridge work a specialty. All work guaranteed. Office hours 9a. m to 1 p. m., 2 p. at. to 5 p. m. Mutual Phone 407. DEATH OF DR. CRAIG. A Detailed Account of the Sudden Death of this Distinguished Man. Newport News, Va., Oct. 26.—That was a sad and tragical incident in the Synod of Virginia yesterday morning when Rev. Dr. Craig, the well known and beloved secretary of home missions fell dead while addressing the body. Dr. Craig had intended leaving New port News at 11:30 a. m. for Florence, S. C, where the Synod of South Caro lina is in session, which he was to ad dress on the same subject he was to present to this synod. Business was pressing and the time allowed for Dr. Craig's address was little more than half an hour, and when he was about to take the floor he became very rest less for fear he would not be able to begin promptly, and moving his seat near the moderator, and holding his open watch in his hand. Turning to the writer he remarked, "Timeis up." I told him his watch was too fast. But he was still very nervous, and finally catching the moderator's eye held up his watch and called for his time. He soon got the floor and ascending the platform, commenced his address. He spoke with great earnestness on the subject of the invalid ministers, their widows and orphans, relating with tremulous voice several very touching incidents of needy and infirm ministers and reciting particularly the care of one minister, aged and blind with two femule members of bis family calling on his office for just $200 for their sup port, and begging his brethren to come up to their help and not let the small fund asked for fail of its full amount. As Dr. Craig proceeded he frequent ly looked at his watch, spoke rapidly and was restless and excited. Finally, when he had been speaking about half hour, he hesitated, leaned over, drop ped his paper and saying in a distinct voice, audible nearly all over the house "Brethren, I must stop," sank slowly down. He was caught in the arms of Moderator Hamilton, Dr. J. P. Smith and Judge Cassell, who sat near, and was laid gently upon the floor of the pulpit. Instantly Dr. Charles Austin, of Lewisburg. and Dr. Martin, of Fredericksburg, physicians, who are members of the body, hurried to Dr. Craig, who without a gasp or a strug gle, ceased to breath in about two minutes. Dr. Austin said his death was quicker than if he had been shot, and was painless, and was caused by heart failure which was probably brought on by tbe excitement of speak ing with his nervous apprehension of missing his train, though his heart must have been weak. Synod was greatly moved and agita tion and sympathy was on every face, but being requested to keep their seats, the members did so until the physic ians satisfied themselve that beyond a doubt life was extinct. Then turning to the waiting and almost breathless assembly, the moderator said, "Breth iit is death." A motion was then made that synod at once adjourn after Dr. Graham should lead in prayer. Dr. Graham shook his head, he < ould not command his feelings. The moderator then asked Dr. F. M. Wooc, c f Balti more, to pray which he did with much feeling, and the large assembly passed quietly out of the house. A lady fainted under the excitement when the doctors were again called upon, but she recovered. At the afternoon session, Rev. Dr. Hopkins presented appropriate resolu tions, accompanied with a brief sketch of the deceased, which were adopted by a rising vote, subsequently at S o'clock the remains were brought into tbe church in a handsome casket and there were brief services conducted by the moderator, Dr. George White and Dr. Hooper, after which the body was carried to the station followed by the whole synod upwards of 200 men, where it was placed upon the Norfolk boat Mid in charge of Dr. Sibley of Winchester, Dr. Martin and Dr. Hooper, it started by the Seaboard line on its last homeward journey for At lanta, his son Newton having tele graphed from there to have his father's remains sent home. T. C. M. Death of an Old Citizen. Mr. Henry Taylor, the oldest citizen of tbe Raphine neighborhood, died at his home Thursday evening of last week. Although he had been quite feeble tor several years his death was unexpected. He was walking from one room to another when he sank down and expired in a few minutes. His funeral was preached by Rev. Mr. Shreckhise of the Lutheran church and he was buried at the Ludwick graveyard near Fairfield. lie was .SO years of age. 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. The 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 dysentry. Avoid substitutes, there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'. Price 25c. and 00c. Definition. May—G iris, what do the papers mean when they talk of the seat of war? Ella—l don't know any more than I do what a standing army is Tor! Bell—Why, how ignortant you are, dears. The seat of war is for the stand ing army to sit down on when it gets tired. —English Fun. OABTORXA, Bear, the /9 The Kind You Have Always Bought REWARD FOR EARS. ! Rich Filipino's Method of Avenging of His Son. Sergeants Barton and ZimmermaD, 1 of the Forty-seventh Volunteer ln ' fantary, who have recently returued from the Philippines to their homes in WMilestone, L. 1., report that while in an engagement with the Filipinos at Albany Sergeant Fowler, also of I Whltestone shot and killed a handsome I Filipino lieutenant named Marcus and captured his sword. Lieut. Marcus was a son of Marcellus Marcus, a wealthy Filipino, who is known all over the island, and who had hitherto been friendly to the Americans, though his son was not. The death of his son aroused the father to a pitch of the greatest fury, and he swore he would spend every. dollar he owned to avenge his death, despite the fact that young Mareun was killed in a fair fight, Barton and Zimmerman say that since then Marcus has raised a troop of 3,000, and offered a reward of $100 for every left ear of every member of the Forty-seventh , Regiment. This offer is said to have brought fruit, for every American killed was found to have his left ear missing, and many Chinese and light colored Filipi nos were found to have theirs missing also, which shows that the Filipinos are not above making money out of the old man's thirst for revenge. It is stated that Marcus is treasuring a string of more than 100 ears, not more than five of which could have been cut from members of the Forty-seventh Regiment. Robbers Read Society Notes. It has long been a matter of wonder how thieves learn of the women whose jewels are most valuable, enabling them to make profitable raids either by climbing porches or by midnight burg laries. The secret, however, is out, for It has been discovered that by far the most studious readers of the society columns of the daily newspapers are tbe professional burglars. "All the man who wants to rob a house has got to do,'' said a member of j the fraternity, recently, "is to turn to the personal columns of the news papers, peruse the notices of the de partures for summer outings, and then mam out bis route. He is then per fectly sure in most instances that he will find no one at home, or only a ser vant, at most. "There are a dozen tricks he could work to get the servant to admit him to the house during the absence of the family on their summer outing. Many servants, unfortunately, are sufficient ly gullible to swallow any old kind of a fairy tale. Your smooth thief will express great surprise at not finding the family at home; he will ask per mission to step inside and leave a note, and will discover that he hasn't so much as a card to pen a few lines on. Then he will ask the servant to kindly get him a piece of paper, and the ser vant will do it to oblige 'such a pleas ant gentleman. Meantime, the' pleas ant gentleman' will quietly slide sever al pieces of valuable bric-a-brac into his pockets or into his valise, if he is foxy enough to carry one with him to carry out his pretense that he is an old friend of the family just arrived in the city unexpectedly."—San Francisco Call. A man talks about owing his busi ness. But, as a matter of fact his busi ness owns him. His whole life is re gulated by the demands of the buisness. The time at which he rises, his break fast hour, the time given to meals, are all determined by business obligations. He rushes through lunch because he "can't spare the time from business" to eat leisurely. He won't take a rest because he is needed at the store or office. He is in fact an absolute slave to business. The results which follow this slavery are to be seen on every hand. Men dyspeptic, irritable, ner vous, with drawn faces, and hollow eyes, sit at the desk or stand behind the counter until they collapse in a fit of sickness, or are taken away by heart failure. Those who cannot escape the exactions of business will find a friend iv Dr. Pierces Golden Medical dis covery. It strengthens tbe stomach, increases the action of the blood-mak ing glands, increasing the vitality and physical vigor. It makes men strong and prevents those business break downs which so often terminate fatal. iy- A Girl Worth Haying. He—l don't believe your father will give his consent, I haven't got much, you know. She—That doesn't matter. Tt c first month we can live on love, the second I'll begin to borrow things from mama, and about the third papa will get tired of it, and come to the rescue.—Stray Stories. ********** ___ PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE. The printing press on which The Spectator has been heretofore print ed is for sale. We have out in a new press which is faster, hence the reason for selling. This press is in good order and wiil print tbe 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. ♦- m m Wished to Communicate. Hibernian in front of unfinished building to fellow-workman at fifth story window—Mulcahy, go to the spaking tube. I want to tell yez to come down. —Boston Commercial Bul letin. A BONANZA MB. Went Away With Nothing Bnt PluGk to See* a Fortune. fill HOME IN A ML "Struck in Rich" in the Gold Field and Showers His Wealth on Relatives and Friends —Two j 80l Mates Made Happy. aided and unanounced, Jim ins dropped into his old home Xt Berkeley Springs, W. Va., last week a private car drawn by a special en gine,brlnging with him $200,000 and a bunch of trunks that would make an opera favorite green with envy. He came from Detroit by way of Niagara Falls, in his private car, rent ed for the occasion, with cook, butler porter, barber, etc., at 8500 a day. Jimmy Adams left that staid old town four years ago with barely enough money to get safely ont of gunshot range. He managed to get to Balti more, worked his way on a vessel to the Pacific coast, succeeded somehow in securing a Klondike outfit and went to the North with gold seekers. He struck It rich and came home two years ago with a fine bunch of gold dust, which he divided out among his family, buying the old folks one of tbe best farms in tbe county, just on the outskirts of the town. Today he gave his father $20,000 to build himself a place on the farm and carted $150,000 in gold down to the Berkeley Springs Savings bank for safe keeping. When he was at home two years ago he took Jas. Smith and Geo. Zfler, who had been his schoolmates, back to the Klondike with him, but the climate was too much for them and they had to come home. Today he appointed them his local agents, with nothing to do but help him amuse himself while at home and draw big salaries while he is away. He will stay there awhile, but will return to the North to keep a lookout on his interests. He says he has gotten out $350,000 already, and his mines are worth five million dollars. He has considerable undeveloped but promising property equal to the greatest bonanza king. Resolutions of Sympathy. Whereas, It has pleased our Heaven ly Father to take from our midst our friend and co-worker, Miss Nellie Robinson, Resolved—First, That we, the teach ers of Beverly Manor district deeply regret the loss of our friend and co worker, and whilst we acknowledge the hand of God in this affliction, we feel the absence forever and that we ex tend to those dearest to her our most sincere sympathy. Resolved—Second, That we as her ca-workers feel our loss of one who had won our respect and confidence and though we notice with grieved hearts the vacant place in our League, we are resigned to the will of Him who knoweth all things and offer her family and loved ones our deepest sympathy in this sad affliction, praying that they may see in this hour the guiding hand of Providence. Resolved—Third, That these resolu tions be placed in the minutes of our League, that a copy of the same be sent to the grief stricken parents of the deceased, and that others be sent to the papers of Staunton for publication. Committee. Bridgewater Briefs. Mrs. Lucy Rogers, of this place, is visting her son, Ernest, at Buffalo Gap. Mrs. W. C. Leonard, who has been visiting her sister, Miss Annie Huff, at Churchville for several weeks, has re turned home. Mrs. J. D. Whitmore is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. N. Miller, at Newport News. Miss Grace Berlin came home yes terday evening from Staunton to spend several days. John Earhart, of Sangervllle, and Miss Catherine Sheets were married at the Methodist church in Mt. Solon,by Rev. J. W. Hawk, on Wednesday even ing at 8 o'clock. John S. Sanger died on Friday morn ing last, at bis home a mile and a-halt southeast of town, after an illnesss of two weeks with typhoid fever. He was a son of Conrad Sanger and was M years of age.—Herald. Daughters of tbe Confederacy. The Grand Division, United Daugh ters of the Confederacy concluded its work at Danville Friday, a number of matters of much interest to the Daugh ters hiving been discussed. The Di vision decided to meet next year in Staunton. Mrs. Robert Meade, of Pe tersburg, President; First Vice-Presi dent, Miss Nannie Wiseman, of Dan ville; Second Vice-President, Mrs Nelms, of Newport News; Third Vice- President, Mrs. Wallace, of Lawrence ville; Recording Secretary, Mrs. Estill; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Tim berlake, of Richmond; Treasurer, Mrs. Shields, of Lexington. ■ m . Cause for Suspicion. "Did you hear about Jones? He went down to the tax office and kicked , because they had not assessed him high ' enough." "Great Scott! And I came near lending him money last week! What a narrow escape!"—lndianapolis Press. A Slanderer Denounced. At a called meeting of the Peters burg Club of Petersburg, Va., held in the club parlors Saturday night, the fellowing premable and resolutions, which are self explanatory, were unani mously and enthusiastically adopted: "Whereas there appeared in a recent issue of tbe New York Sun a villainous attack upon the life and memory of that peerless Confederate chieftain, Robert Edward Lee, whose name is held in exalted reverence by all who admire the highest type of bravery and a stainless character; and "Whereas this clnb desires to place upon record in enduring form its con tempt for a newspaper that gives edi torial utterance in such vile slanders upon the best beloved of all the South ern commanders; now, therefore, be it "Resolved, That regarding this ar ticie as an unpardonable as well as a mendacious and vicious attack upon the Southern people, we hereby order this scurrilous sheet expunged from the list of journals subscribed to by this club; and we denounce its author as a caricature upon humanity for whose existence tbe Lord, in fair deal ing, owes an apology to mankind." Vlralnla Newt. Mr. Lewis Taylor, one of Loudoun's most venerable citizens, died at his home near Purcellville on Sunday night last, aged 88 years. At Radford Tuesday night, as the re sult of recent rains, New river rose 23 feet in eight hours. Boats, cattle, lum ber and other property were swept down the stream. The damage is great. The freshet was the worst in 25 years. At Suffolk last week, Circuit Judge Robert R. Prentis overruled a motion for a writ of error in the ease of Car ter Cilligan, convicted of murdering his sweetheart's father, C. Beverley Turner, (iilligan 's only hope now is j in the Supreme Court. Reports have been made to the Vir ginia Board of Fisheries by oystermen of th is State operating in the Potomac river. Their complaint is that tbe Maryland police oyster boats are inter ing with privileges granted under the laws of this State. Waynesboro Personals. W. Gh Ellison has gone South on a business trip. Mrs Elizabeth McCue, of Ft. He fiance, was the guest of Mrs. Peter Hanger this week. Dr. R. S. Griffith attended the State Medical Society at Charlottesville this week. Mrs. John E. Gale, of near Middle brook, was in town on Thursday, the guest of Miss Sallie Rasmiselle. Mrs. Newton A. Fry and daughter, Miss Bettie, of Newport News, are here visiting relatives. Hon. G. W. Kolner, Commissioner of Agriculture, has been the guest this week of (apt. J. A. Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Smith have is sued invitation to the marriage or their daughter, Miss Mary, to Mr. W. Elliott Drake, Wednesday evening, November the 7th, at the Presbyterian ehnreh at 9 o'clock.—Valley Virginian. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the /W^MSXZZT Signature of LJia^Z^f*^**^ g> ufc m Chrysanthemum Festival at New Provi dence. The ladies of New Providence church have changed the date of their annual' chrynanthemum festival from the Ist and 2nd of November to Thursday and Friday, Nov. Bth and 9th. Visitors on the occasion will be rewarded by the sight of a beautiful display of that handsome fall flower which gives tbe festival its name; aud also by a rich dis play of the most inviting dishes for the table, for which premiums are also of fered. It will be found moreover a social occasion of much interest. Both Legs Broken. Saturday Mr. Daniel Paxtou while gathering apples at bis home near Mid vale, Rockbridge, Tell and broke both of his legs. Mr. Pax ton is about 70 years old, and has many friends in this county who will be sorry to hear of his serious accident. ___ Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the means of life, and enjoyment of life to thousands: men women and children. When appetite fails, it re : stores it. When food is a burden, it lifts the burden. When voulose flesh.it brinsfs the plumpness of health. When work is hard and duty is heavy, it makes life bright. It is the. thin edge of the wedge; the thick end is food. 3ut what is the use of food, .vhen you hate it, and can't di gest it'? Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is thefood that makes /ou forget your stomach. ' If you have not tried It, send for rea sample, its agreeable taste will ,;urorise you. SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists. 409 Pearl Street. New York. 50c. and SI.OO ; all druggists. , Pierces Favor ite Prescription for that back ache. Don't forget that over half a million women have been cured of women's ail ments by the use of Dr. Pierces Favor ite Prescription. Don't forget that "Favorite Prescrip tion " cures diseases of women in their advanced and chronic forms; cures often when all else has failed. Don't forget that you can consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. Tell your story frankly. All correspondence is Srivate. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf do. N. V. Don't forget to write to Dr. Pierce to-day, if you are sick from diseases which afflict women. "/ wrolt far advice February 4, 1896," writes Mrs. Halstead, of Claremore, Cherokee Nat.. Ind. Ty. "I waa racking with pain from tb* back of my head down to my heels. Had hemorrhage for week* at a time, and was unable to alt for ten minute* at a time. You inswered my letter, advised me to use your raluable medicines, via.: Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription, 'Golden Medical Discovery,' and Pleasant Pellets.' also gave advice about injec :lons. baths and diet. To my surprise, in four nonths from the time I began your treatment I vas a well woman and have not had the back iche since, and now I put in sixteen hours a day lard work." Paper-bound edition of Dr. Pierces Medical Adviser free on receipt of v me-cent stamps to pay expense of msil »tiy. Address as above. -"war. Mlahl* I.adlo. ... lirurrlri S-J\lrM) " CHICHJWTKB'S tM.USH ■p*"IPnMKk ln HK.Se and Gold metallic boie. ...l.d C\ —~'SWJ»ilhbl«oriM>oo. Take a. other Kefiiao I*l *>% *JfJ Daaaranas M.katlluUona and laalu- I / fir Saaa. 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Also the best California port, sherry anil (35^ blackberry wine at 90 cents per gallon. Send for price list. All I^^L (ioods sold by us are warranted. Yours to please, C^iW © KAVANAUGH & SMYTH, &t jgS 105 s - AUGUSTA BTKEET, STAUNTON, VA. t^V 0900] Aa»n>dis%dnsm Fall and Winter Season. Men's, Youths', Boys' and Children's CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, ESTERS, HATS, REEFERS ni FURNISHING 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 this 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, Ihe Finest Gradea and the best Valnes 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 an«l Children. It will be tanking down Good if you don't come. JOS.L.BARTH&CO./»;j N »«; A s ' I WHOLEY & MURPHY j t ♦ DEALERS IN : f PURE ADD UNADULTERATED LiQOORS! j Handle all the Different Brands of Augusta Coun ty Whiskies from Three to Eight Years Old. ONLY HANDLERS OF D. BEARD WHISK V IN THE CITY OR CODWIY I Have also on hand different brands of fine Old Wilson and Monti- 1 cello, Pennsylvania Oray, Melvale, and other fine brands. Special at- 3 tention given to all orders. 4 Having on hand a large quantity of Whiskies and Wines, we will 3 offer to the trade special inducements. We handle Port and Sherry 5 for family use which we will sell at $1.00 per gallon.; 3 Also Bottled Beer, Scotch Ale and London Porter. 5 £ Our $2 a gallon Whiskey you will find pure and good I I INo. 3!South New Street, Staunton, Va,! f I Our readers will find I I correct Schedules ot! § the three Kreatrallroadeg j§ of the State regularly j § publlshedlnthlspaperi |theC.&o. theN.A W.I land the Southern. 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