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§| We Invite Inspection of 8 9 Our Subscription List, by | a! Advertisers, and assure § ] them thatthey will find it | eg the largest of any paper | a Published in this City. t I __ I Sprint] Stock *■ «>* ,eaa y' aui we ex ■ ** tend to every one a cordial j OF invitation to call and get Pln+hinn *anH P° Blied v b y ™pe° tin « our UIUUIIIIU flllU goodandlearningourprices. . We don't ask yon to buy FUrniSmilOS unles it is to your advantage ** to do so. We have a great deal of confidence in oar values. We are certain they j will stand the test of comparison with those of other houses. Our line of Clothing for men and boys is I larger and more complete than e\er. Not a single item in this department is out of date. Among them you will find cassimeres in dark and medium light effects; cheviots, wide wale worsteds, the neatest stripes in flannels, in black, blue ane green stripe, all the rage for young men; also beautiful black thibet and unfinished worsteds in complete suits; or coats and pants, made to be worn with bottom turned up; black clay worsteds in all cnts; in fact everything that is NEW you will find in our ever up-to-date establishment. S TrTorJlfG*rFL^RHFs™""^*" a DEPARTMENT^ You will find the newest styles. Vestee suits, Sailor suits, double breasted suits, Norfolk .Jacket suits, and vest suits, made in fine style. Almost every one 01 the pants with double seat and knee. To see them means to buy them, as nowhere can you find an assortment like ours. A call will convince you. Weinberg Clothing Co., No. 5 South Augusta Street. Next to Augusta National Bank, Staunton, Va. Ws\AimTmJt)\ A\W* ' ;■ j IFor Infants and Children. CMC? psii 1 The Kind ¥oo Have • ■ 1 Always Boogh! 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Kerosene and the cele brated DUSTLESS OIL, OH delivered proaiptlv In ami near Staun ton, and each customerf mulshed free of cost with a five gallon Paragon oilcan, the liest and most conveuient oil can made Sives all wa.ste'from evaporation and leakage. STAUNTON SAFETY OIL CO,, HUGH C. BKAXTON, Prop, 123 Sonth Augusta Street. I Mutual,ss3. PHONES : I Bell, 36. nov 30-lyr >J< promptly procured. OR NO FEE. Send model, sketch,W >5< or photo for free report on patentability. Book "How w \U to (Obtain IT. S. and Foreign Patentsand Trade-Markß,"B) 'A'TREE. Fairest termß ever offered to inventors, tyi fj) PATENT LAWYERS OP 26 YEARS' PRACTICE, ft] 85 20,000 PATENTS PROCURED THROUGH THEM, ffi (fl AH business contidential. Sound advico. Faithfullil ujl service. Moderate charges. (•) | w rc. A. SNOW & co.| WOpM^^Patoit^ffice;^^ Spectacles and eye glasses fitted by H.H. BOLKN, Jeweler, 2GE. Main St. ' Stmmtim 481 opcctntor I I ..." VINDICATOR. ff VOL. 80. STAUNTON, VA., FRIDAY, MAECIi 29, 1901. ~ NO^!2~ Buggies, Phaetons, Carriages, Spring Wagons, and all Pleasure Vehicles, With or without RUBBER TIRES, Vehicles made to order, and all repair work done promptly and and at small cost. Tie Celebrated Easy Riding, Noiseless, Hard Rubier Tires can be quickly Dlaced on any wheels. In everything our factory hasthelatestatyles and is strictly up to-date. J. M. Hardy's Son, It tie Old Staid. Main & Marto sts, STAUNTON, VA. Drs.G. A.&A H. Sprinkel DENTISTS, 108 Vf. MAJNSTRKKT. Modern methods. Crown and bridge work. - I A UNIQUE STATE OF AFFAIRS, uced by Location of Boundary Line at Bristol. c final ratification by Congress of jepsion act of the Tennessee Legis c, which fixes the Virginia-Ten •e boundary line in the middle of street, Bristol, places this line exactly in the centre of the street ne which runs a mile direct east west, through the city. This lar situation, placing one rail of ar \iue in Tennessee aud the other rginia, brings about an unusually ie state of affaire, the like of which ips exists nowhere else in the ;d (States. Companions may travel through the lon an electric car, and by sitting iposite sides of the car, one will the trip in the State of Virginia, :he other in Tennessee. On the ier cars the same will be true persons sit within an inch of other, provided they occupy a ou with the center line of the car en (hem. | in it is;i2 o'clock (noon) on the side of the car, it is only 11 a. m pisseugers on the south side of ir. Under these circumstances lay pats from 11 to 1-o'clock iv itaut by moving from the south north side of the car. Then, if ime be too fast to suit his pur e may reverse it one hour by re g to the south side of the car. The marriage of minors, which is for lin the State of Virginia, except written|consent of parents, may i performed on the electric cars rdance with the law. Virginia who may desire te experience novelty can now board a car minster at hand and be marri lly by occupying a position on th side of the car, but if one of iple of Virginia minors should a the north side of the car while rriage ceremony was being per the legality of the marriage be at once disputed, aud the Dg minster would be called to i by the stern authorities of * for a plain violation of the 4 this Instance, the offense be legalized and pronounced a : by the mere shuffling of the inches to the southward. I iminal, wanted in Virginia, c apprehended on a street car c were sitting on the 60uth side jar he could not be transferred north side by an officer of the he saw fit to claim his privilege ' it a requisition from the Gover- L'ennessee, and tbe same condi-j >uld apply to a criminal want aiessee aud found seated on the 1 le of the car. | are other instances of peculiar i ossibilities which might be mention i d in connection with this interesting j lof dual life ou the border, with i o sets of laws and constitutional t A Rich Widow" Wanted Husband Six young men, all under twenty-one > ears old, have been adjudged guilty j f the Post-Office Department of con- , acting a fraudulent matrimonial bu- j sau. Tbe "bureau" was operated , om Syracuse, N. T., and netted the lanagers, according to the investlga ons of the postal officials, most sub- < antial returns. Tbe only punish. ( cut the department can inflict on , lern was ordered to day—the institu on is denied the use of the United Accordingly the next issue of the . oßtal Guide will direct the 90,030 post iaiters in the country to holdall mail after addressed to ths "bureau" In ie names of Philip and-Samuel Ka an, Wallace H. Sears, L. J. Moss, E. wight Thomas and William Tupper. ■ The plan of the "i'bureau" rested on n advertisement printed here and]' lere about the country. ' A refined young widow of 25, left lone, with $28,000, deßires a true and )ving husband. Address P. L. X., 11 ynch Building, Syracuse, N. Y. Aoliul one hundred letters a day, it i said, were delivered to the bureau. .11 of these were answered, the appli ants being notified that the "widow j pproved of their orthography and j I ;ion and that the "bureau" range for a continued corres l for $1 sent by return mall. >ys are said to have operated me several weeks without in -10, it is estimated their profits gregate several thousand dol iltimore The San Jose Scale. Id be well for the fruit grow s section to be ou their guard tbe San Jose seale —a pest of. lleiges. who lectured at jers' Institute recently, pro ounced the greatest evil fruit grow rs have to fight. He says that we lave a cheap and effective means of ;: rnbating the little pest in the use of Bie should be slaked with wat ide into a thin whitewash and through a coarse cloth so as ut all particles of sand and lime. The fluid should then j je spread upon the trees of the orchard so as to cover them thoroughly. An Dunce of prevention will iv this in stance be worth several pouuds of "Do you believe uiosoquitoes carry "Haven't the slightest dqubt of it; I'm from New Jersey; I would believe anything of a mosoquito." CASTORIA. Bears the <$ Thß Kind You Have Always Bought FEMININE COAL-HEAVERS Strange Employment for Workings Girls in Japan- Women are employed as coal lieav I ers iv Japan, and their method of I coaling a vessel is described graphi cally by Bishop Potter iv the Century j Magazine as follows: There were all along the side of the ship some four or five platforms, one above another, on each side of which stood a young girl. On board the sam I pans meu were busy tilling a long line of baskets, holdiug, I should think, each about two baskets of coal, sud these were passed up from the sam pans in a continuous and unbroken line uutil they reached their destina tion, each young girl as she stood or rather almost throwing, these huge basketfuls to the girl above her, and I again to her mate above i.er, and nto the end. The rapidity, skill, above all, the rhythmic precision i which, for hours, this really tre dous task was performed was an evement which inUht well fill an irican athlete with dismay. As >ved to and fro on the deck above )k out my watch to time these , and again and again I counted iskets—they never fell below 60- sd on board in this way in a single ite. Think of it for a moment, task—l ought rather to call it t, so neatly, simply and gracef ul is it done —was this; the young tooped to her companion below her, seized from her uplifted hands a huge basket of coal, and then, shoot ing her little arms upward, tossed it laughingly to the girl above her in the ever ascending chain. And all the while there was heard, as one passed along from one to another of these chains of living elevators, a clear, rhythmical sound, which I supposed at first to have been produced by some bystander striking the metal string of something like a mandolin, but which I discovered, after a little, was a series J of notes produced by the lips of thf so young coal-heavers themselves—dis tinct, precise, melodious, and stimu lating. And at this task these girls continued, uninterruptedly and blithe ly, from 10 o'cloak iv the morning un til 4 o'clock in the afternoon, putting on board in that time, I was told, more than 1000 tons of coal. lam quite free to say that I do not believe that there is another body of work folk in the world who could have performed the same task in the same time and with the same ease. When a horse picks up a nail in his I foot what does the driver do? Does I he whip the limping, lagging animal and force him along ? Not unless he wants to ruin the horse. At the first Bign of lameness he jumps down, ex amines the foot aud carefully removes the cause of the lameness. What is called "weak stomach" is like the lameness of the horse, only to be cured j by removing the cause of the trouble. If you stimulate the stomach with "whisky mediciness"you keep itgoing, but every day the condition is growing . worse. A few doses sometimes of Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will put the disordered stomach and its allied organs of digestion and nutrition in perfect condition. N iuety-eight times in every hundred "Golden Medi cal Discovery" will cure the worst ail ments originating in diseases of the stomach. It always helps, It almost always cures. To cure constipation use Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellete. K'te sure. From Clifton Forge. * Mr. D. E. Smith was a Staunton visi tor yesterday. Mr. Jas. Gorman has accepted a po sition with Messrs. Carpenter & Boxley on their railroad work at Clearfield, Mr. Michie, the popular assistant Secretary of the Y. M. C. A. at this place has resigned and left Tuesday for his old home in Louisa county. On Saturday night last a very sad mishap occurred, by which Rome Gilli land lost his life. It seems he had been to Clifton Forge and was on his way to Covington, where he resided. In some way un-| known to any one he feil from the freight train on which he was riding and was killed.—Review. B Death of a Young Lady. ss Minnie Estelle Lackey, young- j aughter of Mr. J William Lackey, at the home of her father on Shield's Hill ill Lexington, at 2 o'clock yesterday morning. She had been ill for several weeks with ihe grip. The immediate cause of her death was; heart failure. She was 24 years of age and was born near Moffett's Creek. She was buried in the churchyard at Bethany Lutheran church, Alone, to-1 day. Funeral services were held at this church, of which for eight years she had been a member. —Rockbridge Ne*s. ■ Big New C. & 0. Engine. 'hnsapeake and Ohio Railroad ! ny has just received a new loco motive from the Schenectady Loco I motive Works which is the largest en- j gine in the service of the company. It is to be used in the hauling of heavy passenger trains over the road west from Gordonsville. The engine, which will be known as No. 87, is attracting much attention, and looks like a moun tain of steel. It Is provided with all of the latest attachments known to locomotive-builders. An electric searchlight of 250 candle power will be used to brighten the path of the moun tain climber. EVERYBODY HAD GONE CRAZY Old Man Who Bet, Learnt of a Mystery "I wonder if everybody it crazy," said a prominent young insurance man to his father as they sat lookiDg out of a plate glass window on a prominent "Oh, every second or third man you meet when you begin to talk to him pokes his hand up in the air and wavet it arouud and around as if he was draw, ing circles." "Nonsense. It isn't so." j "Well, governor, I say it is so, and I'll make you a bet of a $50 overcoat th.it a dozen men will do it right in frOnt of this window in half an hour if I it" out and stop a few for a minute's chat." "You young rascal, you'll tell them to do it just to win that overcoat You'll tell them we're got that bet.'' "Honor bright, pop, I won't mentioD the subject. Is it a go?" "It's a go all right, my wise young man. I'll tit at the window here and The young man goes out. Man comes out of next ofllce. Bows to old Itleman in the window. Stopi to : to young man. Old man imiltt. n stops Then his eytt begia to . Next door man's right hand goet 'Iy up, reloves about an imaginary tral axit and keeps upward and on ward until the hand it about at high as the mau can oonviently reach. "Oh, you've got it. That's right,'i Is what the old gentltman hears his son las the man brushes hurriedly down lother young fellow comes along won't do it, the old man knows. He knows the newcomer it rank on golf. Can't talk anything else. Hears him shout to young mau : "Are you in the foursome to.day ?'• No. He hasn't got the wrist twitt. | Young man speaks to him. Sudden ly the golfer's face grows grvae and thoaghtful. He doesn't spoak for aj minute or two, up goes his hand and that blamed fool revolving motion take. place. "Oh, that's it, is it?" says the •on. "Yes, I'll be out to play in the ■■oine." other and another comes along some smiling at first, some pre occupied, but all, as soon as the young man who Is winning an overaoat speaks to them push up a fist and revolve It or vary the movement by turning down the Is finger aud describing cork-screw es in the air. lanked if everybody isn't crazy or boy is putting a spell on them," ■kb old man. "And he promised 3 honor not to tell them to do it." ippose we open the window a :,"putsin the bookkeeper, "and to his magic words." It was as another victim made his ap nce. This is what they hear: orning, Tom." ornlng, Harry." Fe been standing here puzzling' over a simple thing. What is a wind- ! ing stair anyway ?" "Why don't you know that? -Why,) it's a—a"—. Up goes the fist tlowl'y revolving aud—but try it on anybody I who hasn't heard it before and you'll) see how it's done. —Cincinnati Enquir- CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of Wfe^9Evs&&&W Will Raise Angora Goats. Dr. W. A. Jones is in North Caro lina this week, where he went to pur cha«e a herd of 60 Angora goats. He has already secured 14 from a breeder at Greenville, Va. The doctor is thor oughly impressed with the belief that the Angora goat is the coming domes tic anim.il of the South It is said to be the hardiest of a hardy race, fine wool producers, splendid for eating, and increase rapidly. They clear laud of all underbrush and weeds. The doctor will pasture iheui on the foot hills around his premises. We wish him abundant success with his new venture—Valley Virginian. O.A.SJTOn.I.A.. Bears the jO ™ c Kind You Have Always Bought Usually about this time of the year complaints about the horrible roads we are afflicted with And their way into the columns of the papers. This mouth of March furnishes a notable exception. There has been no weather during the past winter to develop the weakness in the condition of the roads. All roads at this time are good. The comment is frequently made upon the enjoyment and comfort such roads afford. We gather from that what our roads would be to us during all kinds of seasons, if they were made iv a way to withstand any kind of weather.—Rockbridge News. ♦ m • Chicago Millionaire (showing his library to distinguished novelist) —See them books ?" Distinguished Novelist—Yes. C. It.—AH bound in calf, ain't they V" D. N —So they are. C. M.-(proudly)— Well, sir, I killed all them calves myself ! "What," asked the teacher of book keeping, "Is your understanding of a bill payable V" "A bill payable," replied the bright scholar, "is one you're able to pay but don't care to until you have to." CASTORIA. Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought Eehols for Governor. It ifi apparent to all thoughtful Dem ocrats that the Hon. Edward Echols, of Augusta couuty, is the favorite among the Democrats of the Valley of Virgiuia in the gubernatorial contest. It is natural and right that such be tbe case. He is well known throughout the Valley as a gentleman in every sense—a worthy sod of a gallant Con federate soldier, General John Eehols, whose career as a soldier and busiuetg man reflects much credit on the Valley, as well as the entire State of Virginia. Mr. Echols, though a lawyer by pro fession, and enjoyiug a good practice and the confidence of the community 111 as his clients, has long been a student of political affairs, espe !of those pertaiuiug to the ad itration of the State government, t may be said of him, without ragement to the other aspirants, that he is better acquainted with the history of public affairs at' Richinoud, and is more familiar with the needs and conditions of the State than any of the candidates. A long service in the State Senate, and four years as Lieutenant-Governor, have given him exceptional opportunities to study our State administration at the time when Mr. Swanson hat been eugaged with Federal affairs, and Mr. Montague j performing his duties as U. S. Attor ney, and as Attorney-General of the State. Theeounty of Augusta has always been considerate of the claims of the candidates from Rockingham, and, all things being equal, our people are naturally disposed of reciprocate. Much has been said of the character of the contest that is being waged be tween the friends of Mr. Montague and Mr. Swanson, of the fierceness of the strife, charges and counter charges, criminations and recriminations, the merits of which we need not examine. Happily for the Democracy of the Val ley, and particularly of Rockingham county, the supporters of Mr. Echols, while not unmindful of the contest be tween those gentlemen, accerd him a cheerfnl support without provoking antogonism, arousing strifes, or in tlging in criticisms, criminations of f candidate. It is particularly grati ng to the Free Press that it can espouse the cause of the candidate of the Valley without thereby rt fleeting upon other gentlemen, or indulging in that sort of political warfare that nee essitates the use of poisoned arrows. The'position of Mr. Echols in the con test is high, clean, dignified and im personal, and on such a plane will his friends conduct his canva.ss. Mr. Echols deserves, and in our opinion will receive, the support of the great Valley, with whose iuterests he is sol closely identified.—Harrisonburg Free Tress. Death of a Centenarian. Alderson, W.Va.—Miss Nancy Ellis died at the home of her nephew, Eno» Reynolds, on Griffith's creek, this county, on Sunday, aged 101 years. I Miss Ellis was a remarkable woman, especially for the perfection of her faculties. For 20 years she had been able to see as well without glasses as a young person, though before that time, since she was 40, she wore spec tacles. Her heariug was restored at about the same time as her sight, and other faculties seemed to take on new lease of lite. Up to within a few weeks of her death she was able to do her share of the ordinary duties of tha household, and always refused to be laid by because of her age. Pity *mmW ~->-■ _*-*^ ; ?' JW J?gf r*7 s^vw" The most beautiful thing in f. world is the baby, all d uples and joy. The most pitiful tiling is that same baby, thin and in pair.. .And the ;nother does not know that a iittle fat makes all the differ ence. Dimples and joy have gone, and left hollows and fear; the fat, that was comfort and color and curve-all but pity and love-is gone. The little one gets no fat from her food. There is some thing wrong-; it is either her food or food-mill. She has had no fat for weeks; is living on what she had stored in that' plump little body of hers; and that is gone. She is starving for fat; it is death, be quick! Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the fat she can take; it will save her. The genuine has thij picture on it, take no other. If you have not tried it, send for free sample, its agreeable taste will surprise tou. SCOTT & BOWNE, "Chemists, 409 Pearl St., N. Y. 50c. and SI.OO ail druggists. J . Tremulous ft * Hands. w When the nervous system BfvSi , is weakened, the body gen- mm' I J\W. , erally shows the symptom BJSIW of tremulousness in some of nj|liil > Its members. The hands Rlu.l 1 ! . shake, the lips twitch at the Mb<»* 4 »■• corners, or the eyelids quiv- Hfcftl'jj ,er involuntarily. Sucli a condition calls for medicine which feeds the nerves. Dr J . Pierces Golden Medicai Discovery, acting directly t&M on the stomach and organs of di H gestion and nutrition, has a won- fc*S derful influence in restoring nerv- ErtH ous force. It quiets the nerves M not by drugging them into stupor fl bu 'J>'fading them into strength. P>l the health of thousands of those IK who were utterly hopeless, givrae lH tlieni back natural appetite phv- IH sical vigor, healthful sleep and MB mental strength. There is no Ifl alcohol in "Golden Medical Dis- 11 covery " and it contains no opium ■?.'s, cocaine or other narcotic. ' Xl David Duggins, Esq., of Jones. Ohio HI Co., Kentucky, writes: "When I ■■ began taking Dr. Pierce-'., Gclden _^fiß3 Medical Discovery I think 1 had nervous or generai debility of three fSkWBfl years'duration. I took tliree bot- JM ties of the' Discovery- During the time I was takiug it ray sleep be- m*kWSa came more refreshing and I gained fifteen pounds weight, and also gained strength every day." Free, on receipt of stamps to pay ex- pense of mailing only. Dr. Pierces Med- ical Adviser, 1008 pa ges . Send 2I one . cent stamps for book in paper covers or 31 stamps in cloth binding to Dr.' Pierce, Buffalo, N. V. ' HAIR BALSAM ftns, ' s an<i toa,:lir:ea the kaa\ 1 "P ;,' r 7 JHwerpr Fails to itestore Gray Modern Dentistry. The Baltimore Dental Association makes Ihjht.coinfortable and perfect fitting artifi cial teeth, that are durable ami natural in appearance. At the same time they restore sunken cheeks to. their natmal ai.pearance and correct racial deformities. 1 heir crown and bridge work is acknowledged to be the finest ever turned out in litaunw n. They do all kinds of dental work in a thoroughly up to-date manner at Just one half the prices you pay other dentists. They have come to stay and their business is increasing daily. Office in Growls Building, Staunton, Va. OUK PRICES : The very best Set of Teeth (guaran teed for 10 years) . $850' Second Grade Bet of Teeth, ti 00 Gold Fillings 1 up I Amalgam Filling, ... 50 Porcelan CrowD, . . . 300 Gold Crown (22k) . . , 500 Bridge work.per tooth, . ' . 500 ' Extracting, 2 5 ' All work guaranteed or your money back. Expert operators in charge. Viri lized air used for painless extraction of teeth. | WHOLLY & MURPHY j P DEADERB IN a f PUBE AND OHADULTERATED LIQUORS! f Handle allthe Different Brands of Au~ustaCour.» ty Whiskies from Three to Eight Years Old. ONLY HANDLERS OF D. BEARD WHISKY IN THE CITY OR COUNI V t Have also on hand different brands of fine Old Wilson and Monti- 1 c cello, Pennsylvania tfray, Melvale, and other fine brands. Special at- 3 6 tention given to all orders. a E Havin S on hand a large quantity of Whiskies and Win«s, we will 3 - offer to the trade special inducements. We handle Port and Bb«rry 4 Z for family use which we will sell at $1.00 per gallon.; 3 I Also Bottled Beer, Scotch Ale and LondoD Porter. 2 I Our $2 a gallon Whiskey you will find pure and good | INo. 3,South New Street, Staunton, Va,? | »uuuuiuiiiiuiAimiiiUiMiiiiUiiuu < uiuaiuuutiiit»iuhuuuuui msMatmmtm I SPRING I 1901. 1901.1 Men's, Boy's aid Gliildren'.s I CLOTHING !I As usual we are now ready to show you slg the neatest line of jj^ «4GI2OTHING>o If f4?|i that has been shown in this city i'or niitiiy years. Our prices are lower than it has been ||| for many seasons, but the quality is better. i|g jj Our Liit of OK Pels is Immense. 8 £g; As Cor Shirts and Underwear, we have a 1&& line that cannot be surpassed. ggS A special drive this season in Children's Ipf Suits. We are still agents for the Kewburg |j|S Overalls and Corduroy Pants. fi|| m Jos. L. Barth & Co., |j ffe No. SS. Mpsta St,, STAUNTON. Ik. $jji aw i ilium uinmnmnmiiiiiiiuaiiiiing Our readers will lind P correct Schedules of the p three great railroads of the fc State regularly published P in this paper—the C. & 0., £ the N. & W. and the | Southern. p »»»TTn!?TTTTfMTHrfIT»MT!TrfrtTTTTTfK \ Potash your "'n ng aL ° Ut c ° r "f XKitK "' °f fertilizers test adapted for all crops, are Irei- to all farmers. * GERMAN KALI WORKS, Cl Nassau St.. rfew York. TO A. C. MABREY & CO,. FOR Upholstering and Furniture Repairing. All kinds of Old Furniture done up in tbe Latest Style. Furniture Packed Jor Shipment. All work entrusted to uur care will receive Prompt Attention. Corner Main & MarketSts., STAUNTON, VA. nov3o T AKGEFAKM FOJC SALE.—A splendid -*-* farm in Augusta county, tne richest quarter of theVallej of Virglnla.contalnlng about.}«o Acres hason it good neweiirhlrodta d welling,twonew barns covered iHfllKl andpainced.other new outbuildings,two or chards three miles from nearest rallways»a- Lion "ltliturnplkeleadlngtostation.lrjsplen aia state of cultivation, fine sprlng.plenty of umneran sight of churches,mllls,stores. etc. rricev4i.sUper acre,on one, two and three J 0 ?," ;, 1 , me : Has on it now 13 head horsed, 50 9S£ IS: , ?«M*o sheep, 10 milch cows, r al*» d syn bushels of corn last year, other croPsCln proportion. Write forfulldescription to this Steel Star Pumping & Power Mills. jKfV-ffi [.A Also Hoosier Pnmns, Pines, Tanks, and General Wind Mill supplies. Tanfe9 made of pine, Louisiana cypress or gal vanized steel, and to any size or shape. If desired can name some of the best men in Auuusta county as reference. t3T° Estimates furnished on application. Address or apply to ED. A. HAMILTON, feblo-tf Box 354, Staunton, Va.