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Bryan's. HTOnr Anthracite Coal is in the dry, No Snow, no ice. We also handle nothing but the best Soft Coal, Carefully Screened. Give us a oall and get satisfaction. j Mutual Phone No. 59 1 jßell " •' 33( Yours respectfully, WM. S. BRYAN, Mg'r. Mention this paper when buying. Buggies, Phaetons, Carriages, Spring Wagons, and all Pleasure Vehicles, With or without RUBBER TIBES, Vehicles made to order, and all repali work done promptly and and at small cost. Ttie Celebrated Easy Ridinic, Noiseless, Hard Btifer Tires Ban be quickly laced on any wheels. In everything oui iactory hasthelateststyles and is strictly up-to-date. J. M. Hardy's Son, At tie Oli Stand, Mail 4 Market sis STAUNTON,VA. &Ohio By. IN EFFECT OCT. 13,1901. liASTBOUND. Trains leaveStannton as follows: NO. 3 -8:06 A. M. Dally. F. F. V. Limited for Wasn lngton, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Richmond, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk. DlningCar NO. 4— lU.H A.M.—Daily,Express for Washington Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Riohmond, Old Point Com fort and Norfolk. Dining car to Washington. NO. S— 10:15 For Gordons vine. Except Sunday. NO. 6 -8:01 P. M., Except Sunday for Richmond. NO. 14— 7:30 P. M., for Charlottesville. WESTBOUND. NO. 3— 1:22 A.M. Dally, F. t\ V. Limited forClncln natl, Louisville, St.Louls, Chicago West and Southwest. Dining Car NO, 6— 3:38 P. M.. Day Express for Clifton Forge. Except Sunday. NO. 7— 8:16 P. M.—Arrive Daily except Snnday Gor donsvllle to Staunton. NO. 1— 7:89 P.M. Cincinnati and St. Louis Special Cincinnati, Indianapolis,St.Louis Chicago, West and Southwest Dining Car. NO. 13— 6:58 A. M. Daily for Russell. Forfurtherlnformationapply or address James Ker Jr., Pass and Ticket Agent Staunton, Va. ÜBO. W.STEVENS, H.W. FULLER, President. Gen lPass.Agt tSMOTMH Railway Schedule tcirecttd tc Jan. 14, ltiOa. Dor Cbe south ana Southwest. • N0.9. | Ho. 35 jn0.33.|N0.37 LvStaunC&e rlolsan. "lOSteM t3oopni t3oopn. ArOharvl'e' 111 MgaJdlggga .35pni 1 tadpn, LvCharvl'eßo;l2oßpm 206pm *»263m*15Can, Ar Lynch, " 217pm| 34Spni| 242ani| 342 am Ar Danville' 145 pm 64ipm 435 am 650 am Ar Greens. • 120 pn 7 10pm 5 55an 7 Usam Ar Kalelgn • j Ko3uamL.o3Uam ArSallsb'y " :7 59pmj 824pmi 7 U4am 8 17am ArChat'ga" | : 7 4Uam'loQspmloospm l Ar Onarl'te " If 30 pm 945 pm 810 am 9 35am ArColumb"' HSoamt ArAUKu'ta"! .ioOpml arSv'naSßyPl I )M pmi ArJax'Tllla"! I 1740pm; A-iAtla'aSßy eooam 455pm ArMoSgawp 1065 am 920pm ArM.O..L&gl ilsaspn. 730 am Arßlnnng'Sol 112 00n I 10 00pm jno.s,—Dally— Locairorunarlotte and In termediate Stations, with connection for Harrisonburg dally, and Staunton week Mo.' 36.—Dally—United States Fast Mall through Pullman Sleepers to Jackson ville via Savannah and to Atlanta and New Orleant.connectlng at Salisbury with sleep er lor Ashevllle. Knoxyllle, Chattanooga, Memphis and at Charlotti tor Augusta; at Columbia for Charleston; at Danville for .Birmingham. Dining Car service. 8 Week Days—"The Southern's Palm Lim ited"—All Pullmao train. Sew York and Washington to Aiken, Augusta and St. Au gustine, Fla., composed of club, compart ment, drawing room and observation cars. Dining car service. M0.33.-Mxw York and Florida Express —Pullman Sleeping-cars New York to Au -Busta,withconnectloaoa for Aiken; and New York to Port Tampa. Through coach to Jacksonville. Dining car service, sunset PBBSOXAIXT OONDI'CIKD TOURIST BLEKFKK on this trala leeving Washington every Monday, Wednerday and Friday, for San Francisco without "hange. No. it.— "Washington and Chattanooga limited "via Lynchburg and Bristol. Pull man Sleeping-cars for Memphis and New Or leans. Through cocch Washington to Mem phis. Parlor and Observation car between Radford, Va., and Attalla, Ala. Dining oar service. Arrive Charlottesville 1.12 a. m.; Lynohborg 2,40 a. in.; leave Lynchburg 2. *• a. m. N0.37.— Dally—WashmgtonandSouthwest- era Limited, Pullman Sleepers to Ashevllle, Hot Springs and Nash ville, via Salisbury and Chattanooga; to New Orleans, via Montgomery and Mobile to Memphis,via Atlanta and Birmingham. Pull nan Observation and Library Sleeping oar to Macon. Dining Car service. Trains, except No. 2, from Staunton bj Chesapeake and Ohio Railway connect in Union Station at Charlottesville with Southern Ky. trains HAKKISONBCKO TO WASHINGTON. tNo.ll No. tNo.lS'No. 12 9 AM PM PM VM 6:46 1:16 Lv. Staunton Ar 44i 640 »SBO "Harrisonb'g" 930 21! 7IS 418 "New Market" 849 13; 1 25 428 "Mt. Jackson" 834 111 740 448 " Edlnburg " 818 10< T6O 456 " Woodstock " 808 12 4. «20 532 " Strasburg " 736 121. 842 800 " Blverton " 712 115' 861 814 " Front Koyal" 701 11 4> 18 86 8 30]" Manassas " 603 9 3 "1116 920 "Alexandria" 423 82. *118T »»40 ArWashlngtonLv 4012 »80 PMi | At tweek Days. 'Daily. _ Immediate connection in Union Depot ai Washington for and from Baltimore, Phil adelphlaand New York. Franks.Gannon ,3d Vice-Prest 4 0 en.Mai 8. H.Hardwick.General Passenger Agent. L. B. Brown-General Agent. Wasblnzton.D. f! Qrs.G.A.&A. H. Sprinke DENTISTS, 10« W. MAIN STREET. Moiernmetbodß. Crown and bridge work. A GUARANTEE That is absolute and specific goes with every "LESTER" ..PIANO.. It has the security of a Government Bond. The reputation of the manufac turer and ours as the seller is hack of it. Call and ex amine them for yourself. Mon k Heytaici; Eocms 15 & 16 Orowle Bldg novs!9 Farms For Sale! A valuable tract of land, 842 acres, lying in Oreen Valley, about 350 acres of this land is in good state of cultivation, mostly in grass, about 50 acres hacked two or three years ago, now in very good sod, the balance of the tract in timber, white oak and pine. This tarm has been keeping for a number of years from 100 to 125 cattle, a bunch of sheep and a few horses; it also has been making from 500 to 800 bushels of wheat and from 1000 to 1500 bushels of corn, and has all the necessary buildings built on the latest plan, consisting of an 8 room frame dwelling house 36x18 and L 27x14. One stock barn 46x60, one horse and cow barn 37x37, one granary 20x20, one tenant house and all other necessary outbuildings. A valuable part of this farm is fine mineral waters, consisting of Sulphur, Alum and Chalybeate; beautiful scenery and healthy climate, which would make it invaluable for a summer resort. It also has a nice young orchard of about 150 trees and about 50 older ones oi all kinds. Price $8,000. 1000 acres, adjoining, well improved, jy Price f7,000. 307 acres on Middle River. ?50 acres clear ed, part level and part rolling Divided Into 11 fields. Farm in good condition. All in grass, but 40 acres of cleared land; much of it in blue grass. 50 acres timber, oak, etc. Fine orchard of about 5 acres. 8-room frame dwelling, large bank barn, 2 miles to station and roller mill, and churches aud schools close. HT" $35 per acre. Terms to suit. 180 acres, more or less, good brick dwell ing, but needs repair, barn 45x80, about 35 acres timber, pond never dry, well and cistern, never have lacked for water, 60 acres of farm runs over to Baker's Creek. About 2,000 trees—9oo Johnsons Winter, 100 winesaps, plums and peaches. tgpPrice $30 per acre. Correspondence solicited. Revised list of properties free, Mcllhany & Hilleary, Real Estate & Insurance Agents. STAUNTON, VA. } OB NO FEE. Send model, 3or pnoto for free report on patentability. Book ' 'Howv 3 to Obtain U.S. and Foreign Patents and Trade-Marks,"y ) FREE. Fairest terms ever offered to inventors.lj JPATEHT LAWYERS OF 26 YEARS* PRACTICE.O ) 20,000 PATENTS PROCURED THROUGH THEM. 0 ) All business confidential. Sound advice. Faithfullj ) service. Moderate charges. 9 hfC. A. SNOW & CO. 8 j PATENT LAWYERS, P ) Opp. U. S. Patent Office, WASHINGTON, 0. C. h t3T" GO TO A. C. IMABREY & CO,. FOR DpMsterini and Fnrnitnre Repairing. All kinds of Old Furniture done up in the Latest Style. Furniture Packed for Shipment. All work entrusted to uur care will receive Prompt Attention. Corner Main & Market Sts,, STAUNTON, VA. nov3o # LICORICE TABLETS, (5 & 10S PACKAGES.) FOR COUGHS & COLDS. MADE WITH PURE SPANISH LICORICE. igss% GLYCERINE TABLETS, Wj£Jd*\ ( 10? POCKET TINS.) *»* &M FOR RELIEF OF HOARSENESS &THROAT AFFECTIONS. IF NOT SOLO BY YOUR DRUGGIST, %f4fi £*Z-P MAILED FREE UPOKBECSIPTCF PRICE. f163 Broadway, n.y.city. ? ARE ANY I YOU HEAD DEAF? co NOISES? DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLE I by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable. HEAD NOISES CEASE 'IMMEDIATELY. F. A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE, SAYS: Baltimore, Md., March 30, 1901. Gentlemen; — Being entirely cured of deafness, thanks to your treatment, I will now give yon 1 full history of my case, to be used at your discretion. About five years ago my right ear began to sing, and this kept on getting worse, until I lost ny hearing in this ear entirely. I underwent a treatment for catarrh, for three months, without any success, consulted a mm jerof physician- qtnong others, the most eminent ear specialist of this city, who told me that mly an operati, ■;* _ould help me, and even that only temporarily, that the head noises would .hen cease, but the hearing in the affected ear would be lost forever. I then c ~*r your advertisement accidentally in a New York paper, and ordered your treat ment. Aft: "ih&d used it only a few days according to your directions, the noises ceased, and :o-day, after five weeks, my hearing in the diseased ear has been entirely restored. I thank you aeartily and beg to remain Very truly yours, F. A. WURMAN, 730 S. Broadway, Baltimore, Md. Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation* rapter* you can cure yourself at home ■••srr 1 INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AYE., CHICAGO, ILL A MARYLAND IAN SAYS A MIRACLE HAS BEEN , PERFORMED." Tbe following letter should be read by every man and woman who values good health. It is the most marvelous case that ban ever come to oar notice, and is absolutely vouched for. • live years ago 1 was examined by a most eminent physician of Philadelphia iind pronounced to be in almost a critical ednditlon with lung trouble. Since then I nave been treated by the best, doctors in our county, but instead of improving. I gradually grew worse and weaker until I Bad lost "ali hopes of recovery, and in the last three years I lost 4X pounds. I was ju~t like hundreds of others I have seen in my travels who have died.ami 1 did not expect to live to see Christmas. •"About last Thanksgiving 1 had several hemorrhages which nearly carried me off. In tbe December following 1 commenced to take YAGER'S SARSAPARILLA WITH CELERY, and have improved so rapidly that my friends cannot realize the fact; they look at me with amazement, aud when on tbe street they stare at me as though some great miracle bad been performed, and thank God a miracle has been per formed through the agency of YAGER'S SARSAPARILLA, which has been the means of restoring me to perfect healih, after all resorts to professional treatment failed. I feel no more like the same per son than if I was not the same. I can run, sing and shout as though I was never sick, and I attribute the change entirely to the taking of YAGER'S SARSAPA RILLA, which has effected a positive cure, for which I am most grateful. To show my gratitude, being a painter by trade, I am going to paint on a fence iv front of my bouse, which is i% feet high by 101 l feet long, a sign directing my neighbors' attention to YAGER'S SAR SAPARILLA, reeling as I do that to this great medicine I owe my appreciation for the pood YAGER'S SARSAPARILLA has dove me, and my desire to recom mend it tn the public. .1." -. Mack Parsons. Plttsville, Md." YAGER'S ARSAPARILLA WITH CELT.RY is sold by leading druggists 50c, a bottle. Made by Gilbert Bros. & Co., Baltimore, Md. CANDY CATrIAUDC. ** 25e. 50c7 *' '■■ l lrMliH'V>'*^^^Dnimiti. Genuine stamped C. C C. Never sold In bulk. Beware of the dealer who tries to sell "something just as food." Rain and sweat jjr"f\ \ \ \ \ ym B have no effect on Mt*¥W% IfßrS g £3 harness treated j|l'/l|ff'fji Ar9 .1 with Eureka E B ness Oil. It re- '**" S. r*2 h sists the damp, yw \ \ Ed H keep.; the leath- ShS* B>AfK'C€ r W I soft and Pit- |a gab.c. Stitches jffj|*\"*,***r* r ' , -' A *\ gjg Bdo not break. \ x \ \A\ * I*l HNo rough sur- \\\\ £ fit! , JS g andcut. The V \\\ ■ S Harness OH. *\W i everywhere (/\ hi » \\\ li\'9o7i l in cans— // \ JU\ i \ y , jTaTby j/\ ' \\t Standard Oil /f \ NIBS' Company <f" \ JEST FOR THE BOWELS you haven't a rejpilar, healthy movement of the wels every day, you're ill or will be. Keep your wels open, and be well. Force, in the shape of vio* it physic or pill poison, is dangerous. The smooth- ;, easiest, most perfect way of keeping the bowels !ar and clean is to take EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, PoGood, Sever Sicken, Weaken, or Gripe, 10, 25, and 50 cents per box. Write for free Bample, and booklet on health. Address 433 STICKLING KKHEDY COMPANY, CHICAGO or SEW YORE. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN 4 irlUm HSMUOI^^SS: 'd y SV aBJ ;«m. in SO d»iJ. Hnnorod C£| Itt of ret-rsnceß. 25 years a snbfialty. hoo± ol H 1m Home Treatment sent FREE. Address B. M. WOOLLEY. M P.. Atlanta, Ca. TOBACCO SPIT L/\JIN I and SMOKE YourLifeawayl You can be cured of any form of tobacco using easily, be made well, strong, magnetic* full of new life and vigor by taking NO-TO-BAG, that makes weak men strong Many gain ten pounds in ten days. Over 500,000 cured. AH druggists. Cure guaranteed. Book let and advice FREE. Address STERLING REMEDY CO., Chicago or New York. 437 THE HORSE BUSINESS. . Changes Which Have Occurred Dnr- Ing the Past Dvrmle Have En tirely Revolutionized It. Why did farmers quit raising horses when prices were low, instead of breeding to prepare for the inevitable high prices, as some of our readers did who took our advice and kept up their breeding? They have the horse laugh now, and get since the tide has changed, and all get to breeding again. Why do some farmers object to gray horses, when the city buyers pay a premium on the grays, sure to have more quality? These color craze people prefer color to quality, and will breed to any stal lion, no matter how unsound and in ferior, just so he is not a gray, and because one farmer does, others do. without knowing any good reason why. This compelled the importers to select the American dark colors in France and leave many of the best stallions, simply because they were grays. We are glad to see the im porters bringing so many good grays this year, giving more attention to good quality than to color, and there are now some localities where the gray Percheion is coming again into its own. Where the farmers read, think and act and breed the "old gray mare" to the good gray stallion, they will have the horse buyers eagerly hunting for the good gray geldings of quality to top the market. Then the grays will laugh. American farmers are eager to get into market with big draught horses, and the largest stallions seem to be the first consideration. The matter of color is solving itself, and the grays are again coming to the front, as the larger selection enables importers to secure more good grays than any other color of the breed, and the horse buyers for market pay more mon?y for the handsome grays. The eager demand for black stallions has, however, induced the importers to bring more big black Percherons than ever before, although prices are higher than ever before known in the history of American importations. The Shires, Clydes and Belgians are also coming in increased numbers, and with larger size and bigger bone thau ever before, for the American trade has so impressed the draught horse breeders of Europe that they have bred to suit the American trade, and when we get back into our markets again with matured geldings we will be able to give more attention to quali ty with less attention to size and color. We have also learned to look to breed ing and pedigree; indeed, the Amer ican farmer has learned much about draught horse breeding, and the more he learns of breeds and breeding the greater value and appreciation is given to the draught horse for the farm as well as for market. —Live Stock Journal. TROUGHS FOR SHEEP. How to Pat Old Enve Troughs to Good Use Without Going to a Cent of Expense. Old cave troughs may be easily made into feeding troughs for sheep in the manner shown in the illustration. \ J fe/or/ttkt SIMPLE FEED TROUGHS. There is scarcely a farmer who has not I several troughs rotting away behind j gome of his buildings, each of which might be put to good use with onl3 - ten minutes' work.—Harry Knowles, in Orange Judd Farmer. Care of Sheep In Winter. The best quality of wool cannot be grown on sheep that are alternately highly fed and half starved and frozen. One of the principal essentials in grow ing the finest wool is regularity of con dition. This will give an even, healthy growth of wool, without break or flaw, and which give the best results l in manufacture with the least waste. Whenever a sheep is allowed to get out of condition and then is fed up again, there will be a weak in the fiber at the point where the poor condition ends and improvement begins. In manufacturing, the wool often breaks at this point, causing more or less waste. This weak place is very easily detected by trying the strength of a Wok of wool from several fleeces. Care Bhould be taken to keep the sheep, es pecially during the winter, in a uni- Irmly thrifty condition.—St. Louis Re iblic. Treatment for Stagigeru. This trouble is caused by a deranged ate of the nervous system, the result of something the horse has eaten. Mix an ounce of aloes, half an ounce gin-1 ger and half an ounce bicarbonate of soda; dissolve in half a pint of hot •water, then add half a pint of cold wa ter and give at one dose. After the physic operates, mix four ounces sulr phate of iron, four ounces nitrate of potassium and twoounces nux vomica; divide into 24 doses and give one ounce a day in bran mash until all are taken. Repeat the above if necessary. The Tall of the Horse. To cause hair to grow in the tail of a horse moisten the tail with coal oil and next day shampoo it out weld with' hot water, soap and sal soda, and aft erward moisten it well with one dram of bichloride of mercury and. formal dehyde and one quart of water. The mercury should be dissolved in alco hol before mixing with the water. Cures Cancer, Blood Poison, EATING SORES, ULCERS. COSTS NO- TniNC TO TRY. Blood poison and deadly cancer are the worst ana most deep seated blood diseases' on earth, yet the easiest to cure when Bontanic Blood Balm is used. If you have blood poison, pro ducing ulcers, bone pains, pimples, mucous patches, falling bair, itching skin, scrofula, old rheumatism or offen sive form of catarrh, scabs and scales, deadly cancer, eating, bleeding, feet ering sores, swellings, lumps, persist ent wart or sore, take Botanic Blood Balm (B. B" B.). It will cure even the worst case after everything else fails. B. B. B. drains the poison out of the system and the blood, then every sore beals, making the blood pure and ricb, and building up the broken-down body. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) thoroughly tested for 30 years. Drug stores, $1 per large bottle.. Trial treat ment free by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free medical advice given until cured. B. B. B. does not contain mineral poisons or mercury (as so many adver tised remedies do), but is composed of Pure Botanic Ingredients. Over 3000 testimonials of cures by taking Botanic So Tired I may be from overwork, but ie chances are its from an in- Hve ■ '«» 'ith a well conducted LIVER ie can do mountains of labor ithout fatigue, adds a hundred per cent to tes earning capacity, can be kept in healthful action ', and only by Tutt's Pills TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. - Kfe CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENKYROm PILLS — Orlffltia! uuA <3v!f Genuine. LFE. AtwaytrHiable Ladle*. **k Drticdil for CHICHJKSTJEK'S KNGIJSn in KEI» an 1 Void metallic boxes. lealcd ! with blue ribbon. Take no other. Refur.2 Dhnffrou* SubatHattoiie And 1j; •; ■.- Hon*. Buy of jour Druggist, or -er, I 4e. in ■tampi fbr Particular*. TentlraoniaU ud "Relief for Ladle*,** m letter, bj re torn Mail. 10,000 TeetimociaJA. Soldbj I Drngftßta. «. hk b eater Chemical <'».. Maatlon tltii p*.p THE SACIT STOLE! A. E. Harnsberger, Proprietor, 6 West Main Street. Clearance Sale! After the holidays there are always odds and ends left from each lot of go ods thatare the best—just what is needed at this season of the year. A suit here, and a pair of pants the, odd capes and cloaks, furs, chin aware, lamps and queensware, furniture, millinery and fancy goods. These odd lots have been marked down to about one-half their actual value and for the next Sixty Days we will close out every odd lot at just half. This is no idle talk, but a genuine clearing sale. Bead carefully every item and then judge for yourself. 12 Departments 12 Filled With Glaring Bargains Dress Goods Bargains. Remuants of fine camels hair, wool mixed, 38 inch wide, 5 yaids in each remnant. A great bargain. OUR CLEARING PRICE 05c FOR THE REMNANT. Remnants of givy mixt-d, three fourths wool, 55 inches wide, worth twice the price. OUR CLEARANCE PRICE FOR REMNANTS ONLY 80c. Remnant of dark blue wool mixed dress goods, 55 inches wide, 4 yards in each remnant, a great value. OUR CLEARING PRICE FOR REM NANTS ONLY 85c. Remnants of fine, strictly all wool dress goods, assorted color*, worth 50c a yard, in 5 yard remnants. OURCLEARING PRICE FOR REM NANT ONLY $1 25 Special Values. All-Wool Tricot Flannel. All the newest and lattst spring shades, pretty, bright colors, royal blues, new reds, garnets, greens, blue, brown and old rose. SPECIAL CLEARING PRICE, 25c. The Greatest Millinery Bar gains in Staunton. Every bat -will be sold at balf price to make room for our large spring stock. Hats almost given away at oar Great Clearing Sale, BARGAINS! BARGAINS! WONDERFUL, BUT TRUE Nice quality skirting flannel, fine grade wool, worth 25c, clearing sale, only 13ic. New line fine percale, latest shades and patterns, one yard wide, clearing sale only 7|c. New line spring French ginghams, just the thing for waists and dresses, all colors, shades, stripes and plaids, clearing price 10c. Very heavy flannellettes, dark colors well worth 10c, clearing price 6ic. Large line embroideries, new im portation, surprisingly low. We offer them at the remarkably low prices of from 4to 10c. See them. SPECIAL— Extra heavy ribbed hose two thread, stainless black, the 15c kind, only 10c. Small size, children's hose, clearing price 3c. 22c. —1 Lot Calico Remnants, 8 yards to piece- -22c. HARNSBERGER'S meat t days clearing sale. WILBURN SADDLES If —^—^^ If yea want* Pennine Wilburn Saddle ! made Ijj the Buena Vista Saddle and Harttetu Company, come 10 our up to date Harness Store and get oup. The only place in Staunton to get the Cenuine Article ! Or if v< 11 want a good imitation, 6UCh an is being offered iv Staunton, we can furnish jou oue at from $15 to $16. HIDES WANTED. We art- alwityt in the market for Hides and Trfllow. J. A. Fauver & Co. Nor. 27 and 33 S. Augusta St., l'houcs JS os. 25 & -55G. Staunton, Va. Our Shoe Department. EXTRAORDINARY OFFERINGS in Women's, Boys' aud Men's Shoes. Selling reliable shoes at positively lower prices than others pay for them. See our stock and judge for yourself. There is not an undesirable pair, not a pair in stock which we do not guaran tee to be perfect fitting, good wearing and thoroughly reliable in tvery way. SEE OUR GREATCLEARING PRICES. A good child'B school shoe, heavy soles, long wearers, our clearing price, 75 cents. Extra fine woman's dress shoe in don gola, round toe, heavy soles, our clear ing price, §1 23. A good ctout, strong, serviceable boy's shoe, wears like iron, sizes 3 to 5, our clearing price, $1.00. A good dressy, well made, latest style. stylish shape, man's shoe, worth $2 50, special value, our clearing price, SI. 50. Our Furniture Sacrifices. 3 piece, solid oak, nice finish, special clearing price, only $9.98. 3 piece, solid oak, very highly pol ished, warranted the best material, bevel plate mirrors, special clearing price, only $15. 3 piece, very handsome design, piano finish, French bevel mirrors, swell front, handsomest in Staunton, great clearing sale price, $22. Separate bedsteads and beds $2 to $5 Iron beds, new designs, white enam elled, from 83.50 to $8. Large cake of fine toilet soap, only oc. Large box blacking, only 2c Large spools basting thread, only 2c 1 dozen dress stays, only 3c Ladies leather belts, nice quality, sc. 1 dozen good lead pencils, only 5c 1 dozen good slate pencils, only 2c Extra large tablet, only 4c Memorandnm books, special, only 3c 24 sheets good writing paper, only 3c Good ink tablet, only 5c Large China Dolls, special, only 5c Large very special, 5c For Fresh Drugs, And everything in the Patent Medicine Line, Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils and Glass Call on B. F. HUGHES, Briiist, NO. 6 S. AUGUSTA ST. ENTIRELY NEW STOCK. JOB PRINTING NEATLY EXECUTED. Our Clothing Department Opportunities. Every day the reputation of our clothing department incrsases. Tbe values given make customers sing our praises, telling of the wonderful bar gains and our great, cut price sharing sale's wonderfully low prices. READ FOR YOTRSELF, PROFIT BY YOUR READING. $4.9B.—buys a good wool suit for men's business or farm purposes. Very great bargain. $I.2s.—buys a good, wool boyjs school suit. Heavy weight, good, warm long-wearing clothes. A wond erful bargain. $4.73.—buys one of those $8.00 over coats. Only a few left. Como right along if you want one. $2 50.—buys a pair of the best linen chain corduroy pan a guaranteed to give good wear pnd satisfac tion. Chinaware and Lamps, Lauge Stock, Lowest Prices. 100 pioce dinner set, new lesigns, guaranteed quality, clearing price, only |6,50. 100 piece dinner set, gold lined, beau tifully decorated, a perfect gem, clear ing price, $7.50. Toilet, extra fine, special design, very pretty, clearing price, only $2 50 and up. Lamps, all styles, of every descrip tion and for every purpose. Lowest prices ever made. 6 1 .1 .J:ir. . (() Good reading novels, only 5c Large bottle Iron Glue, only oc j Best quality le«al cap paper, 24 sheets Ladies corsets, a big job, special clear ing price 25c i Ladies'and children's handkerchiefs only 4c Large bottle machine only, only 4c 1 pint tin cups, only 2c Pie pans, only 2c Large size dippers only 5 C Two quart tin buckets, only 8c Large yellow baking dishes, ocly 10c Fancy china cream pitchers, 10 & 15c I" our piece glass tea set, very fine, r~ diff£~ —^ t:'lVl;».ll!^>Mil',U-..^M ;: -■ ■ 11 \Wqt2 \ No<9 ffl (q luray Cw'^lQl^ 7 I ."URAL BRIDGE fviouNTAiN Lake BRISTOL Y"(/ ; z) Knoxvilie |/jhi* CHATTANOOGA r>^>|h 4 LOO ''' our NOUMTAIW ' A BHWIINGHAfIfI ROANOKE A *"»"** KENOVA iwK. ORLEANS CH!llicot;he vg(4K > <o COLUMBUS, CHICAGO<OI/'* (?) MID THEMORTHWCSt/^*.fllGj JirifzferHares. AfajH 7t ./-. '/.'-Wes.Slecp.'iJ Of ftii rtrtrtieru Vjtmphkts.tkwy^gemfyri •//B.BCVILL.' ,4LLErJ/nJU. j rAFBKAG^i fl&Efir. I PIV. M hIM AuthJ Rct*Cr\eyA. 1 COLUrWUS.O. i ROANGKE.V&, iseiilierger & Co., Headquarters for Fine Groceries, Flour. Selected Teas 1' : - Coffee and Spices. Butter and < lii'"-c frorii the best dairies, t'lioic • Syrups IjlassfS. Foreign and Do fruits. Canned Cioods In Also a eompl< te assort ' Delicacies usually kept iv lass store. ico..s delivi red free of ex gBERjER & CO. last Main Street. 4—ln (he Clerk's Office of t»K Lit Court of Augusta couuty.lii< Jay of January, IBM. fee's creditors, Plaintiffs. fee and others. Defendants. Tn Chance iect of this suit is to have an the liens upon the house ami >y A. P. Calfee, situated In Va., adjoining the Basic Cit\ being the same conveyed by A ad wife to W. A. Biatton, trus d of Feb. 2, 1891, and also the »yed by them to F. E. Keyes deed of Way 15. 18!' l, and hart opeity sold for the purpose? O! 'aid liens, including the bal je debt due under tue second 1 of trust to F. E Keyes, which the sum of 8333.70 with interest 15th, 1892. >pearing by affidavit filed thai mt, W. A. Bratton, trustee tt-n Building & Loan Associs )xviile, Teunessee, aud F. I itee, are all non residents of tfc< ■ginia, it is ordered that they d< ppear hear within fifteen day; üblicatiou of this order and d< cessary to piotect their interest' . Teste, OS. B. WOODWARD, Clerk, strain, p.q.jan 31-4 lONRK'SOFKICK Staunton, Va. Jan. 28, ltntt. lass, Sr., Adm'r, etc. nes Eash, etc. ties interested in the above en ; now pending in the cireui igusta county, Va., Take Notice mt to a decree entered in sail ovember2oth, 1901, I shall, or FEBRUARY 28, 1902, ; in Staunton, Va., proceed t< nd report: at real estate James Grass, Sr. and possessed of and the valut hat persona] property said de I DO. Ni": 1 i (IF. >liens li tiding the estate of de ie order of their legal priority ether or not legacies mentionet of decedent have been paid, o are the heirs at law of tin statement o! the accounts o ass, Adm'r. c. t. a. of said de other matters deemed pertlneu HKNRY W. HOLT, Wayt, p q. Commissioner C Unrivaled book proposition »J New Standard works. AI rs. Liberal terms Our ■ ir stain Pkx a special'v .■>: ts mailed. Co Hon, Ohm .1 shed 1830;, 15 Warren St., N'e» feb 14-4t iOCHRAN, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW. 'sßow, - Mutual Phone 292 S.KEU, HUGHH.KERK wealth's Attorney itaOounty. KER A KERR, ys-at-Law—4 Law Building, Staunton, Va. V\r H.LAND-.*B, T " • ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, Staunton, Va. N0.2, Court House Square. augU-tf JJENKY W. HOLT, ~~ ** ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, STAL..TON, Va. V? B. KENNEDY, A • ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, No. IU Lawyer's Kuw, «_ . , . Staunton,Va. speelalattent.ionglveatocollectlous and cuancerv iiractlce. Jan2g-« I AW OFFICE OJ LJ J. A. ALEXANDEK, ATToRNEY-AT-LAW. No.tf Lawyer's How, A C. 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