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TPO6. C KLDEB. FITZHVGH ELUK».
ELDER & ELIiER. Attorneys at Law, Rooms 5 and 7 ila-ouic Temple, hTATTN'ION. VA. * , v ~1 i i . v , .1. I, I, ', . k.- H. M. ueorgt luektr. John Hanaoiim iuiKtr. TUCKEU A: TUOKEK, ATTORNEYS AND COIIN HF. 3CHEELE, ATTORNEY -AT-liAW, Room :'., tiist lioor Patrick;liuilitinK, teb2oly BTAOIftOM, VA. WU. A. I'RATT. ATTORNEY-AT-LAVV, Lawyers kow. HO. EICHELBF.ROER, • Attorney ami Counselor at Law, Office in Mai'iuis Rnililiug, Sluiinton, Va. J. M.tIOARLKS, J. W. H. PILSON QUARLES & PILSON, Attorneys and Counselors AT-LAW. ;!»« Oftieea la Masonic Temple., STAUNTON- VA. pHARLBS M. EAST, V Attorney <fc Counselor at Law. o Law Hnililing, Staunton, - - - JVinjbiia^ JOS. A. GLASGOW, —ATTORNKV -AT-i.AW,- SBAVirtom, Va. State and Fedeial Courts. Will attemi regularly the Circuit Uouil of KocUlmitge CAiunty. oct IU 3m JOHN B. COLD RAN, AI'IORNKY-AT-IaAW. 2 barrister's Row, - MutualPiioneaSa!. BICBABB £. KER. BUaif H. KEKK Commonwealth's Attorney for Augusta county. K£R <fc KtUK, Attorneys-at-Law—4 Law Building, Staunton, Va. HttlfctlCl J. TAYLOR, ATIVKNBI' AT-LAW, NO. 4, lawyers' Mow. Com. Atty.for City of Staunton. CARTER BRAXTON, Attorney at-Law, STAUNTON. VA. HABBY H. BI.fcASK, ATTORNK Y-AT-LA W Office— Patrick i, uordou building. jano s-i'AiiN-roN, va. JAMES BnMOAKDMBB, jr. i.traeikiiiiiii. sunou-u fiuauAKONik J., J. L., at K. HUMUAIiIiNKK ATTOBNEYSANDOOUNBELLOUSA TLA V. Prompt attention given to all legal inn! n ceo entrusted to our hands. WB.LANDBS, . ATTORNKY-AT-LAW, Staonton, Va. Me.it, Court Bouse square. augs-tr JR. FIBHBURNK, • Attorney and Coutisellor-at Law, Notary Public. Collection Department. Lawyers' Row, Staunton, Va. HENRY W.HOLT, ATTOKN KV-AT-LAW, BTADNTOS. V A . FBHKNKHf, * ATTORNEY AT-LAW, :■:; South Augusta St. Staunton,Va. Special attention given toeolleetlous and cnancerv practice. JamSMf LAWOFFICKUF J.A. ALKXANHKK, A'JTOKN X V AT LA W. M 0.6 Lawyer'sKow, HAMPTON H. WAYT, AT TORNKY-AT-LA W, Practioe in all State and Federal Courts. General Receiver for Corporation Court for City ot Staunton. 2.1 S. Augusta St., Staunton, Va. J a. hkki, . ATTORNRV AT LAW Second Kloer, Masonic 'rumple. Mutual Phone. Stauhtok, Va. Lan a i B. D. IIMBEKLAKI, Mj : • 'R. E. K. NKI.SON TIMBKRIyAKE * NELSON, Attorneys at-Law. 2 and 3 Law Ruilding, ttanntop, Va $50,000.00 . CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of LION COFFEE In Addition to the Regular Free Premium* like a Check Like This ? Wo liana liaiavilail 4011 ftflfl flfl Cash to £ion Coffee users in our Great World's Fair Conte6t— "» lUff MnaiHUl #ftUIUUUiUU 2130 people get checks, 2130 more will get them iv the Five Lion - Heads cut from Lion What wi " be the total popular vote cast Coffee Packages and a a-cent for Preßident (votes for all can -lamp entitle you (in addition to Jfcl.SlESm ™" te ' K con ' Wned ) * *• e,ect, ° B iL , November 8, 1904 ? the regular free premiums) to , ,™„ , . -ru 7 In 1900 election, 13,959,G53 people voted one vote. The a-cent Stamp COY- Wm%\£f. li»ll «°' President. For nearest correct esti ert our acknowledgment to you H# mates received in Woolson Spice Com *h.« -. . *■ 1 . «ffe, MZW&eXmBMm pany's office, Toledo, 0., on or before that your estimate is. recorded. November 5 . 1,J04 . we will give first You can send as many estU yji%)Wi£:-jrr prize for tlle nearust correct estimate, __t„- _„ 1 . second prize to the next nearest, etc., mates as desired. e tc, as follows: Brand First Prize of $5,000.00 will be awarded to the one who Is nearest correct on both our World's Fair and Presi dential Vote Contests. We alio offer 15,000.00 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers' Clerks. (Particulars in each case of Lion Coffee.) How Would Your Name Look on One of These Checks ? Everybody uses coffee. If you will use LIOX COFFEE lonß enough to get acquainted with it, you will be suited and convinced there is no other such value for the money. Then you will take no other —and that's why we advertise. And we are using our advertising money so that both of us—you as well as we—will get a benefit. Hence L,ion MleaUm WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars in Every Package of LION COFFEE WOOLSON SPICE CO., (CONTEST DEP'T.) DR. FAHRNEY'S TEETHING SYRUP Is recognized by Nones, Physicians ami Mothers as the best medicine for babies. Cures IJolic. iv 10 minutes; checks Diurrhiea; cures Stomach and Bowel Troubles of babies; drives nut things that make babies cry, fret and get pale and sickly. You can depend on it. it will not fail you ever. An overdose cannot harm. 2.V. at drill? stores. Trial Bottle FKIiE by mail of Drs. D. RUirncy A Son, Hag.'rstown, Md., if you mention this paper. MAKES BABIES GROW HEALTHY Q|j Southern Railway. SCHEDULE BETWRF.N WASHINGTON, DAN VI i,I,K - AMD INTERMEDIATE STATIONS. Eir.ectiv.e June 19. l!Hi4 cmiTTHurmNii No. 9 I No. 29 ' No. 35 I No. 15 No. 39 No. 41 No. 8?' BUUIHBOU ND. Imily. | Daily.! Dally. | Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily. Lv. Washington, D. C *735 am I*loßl in.*llls 4 55pm 9 nop lOoupm 1045pm Alexandria 755 am 11 10am 1135 a si7i>m 920p 1030pm 1105pm Matiawias X 65am flUiiiam 1313p 607 pm flmtipin U 03pm , Harrisonburg 2:i2i)iuj | Calverton 9 JMaai fl2llpm 12 34pin 637pm)fl035pm|ll 36pm Warrenton 9 .Wain! 1230pm| l 30pm 6 58pm I ! Culpeper 1023 am fl24opm l Qspm 733pm;ilt01pm 1200pni Orange lOSSam'.U 07pm L33pm 814. in 1 1128 wo 1230 am Charlottesville 1201pm 150pmI 217pm 915pm 12 !sem 118 am 150ani Kncklish 12 48pml 295pm oakrtdge 1 tMpui ; '.... Monroe 203pm 3 25pmi 351pm 160 am 2 47am 3 27ain Lynehhurg 221ptu 339pm| 408pm 2 (Hi&ni 3 00am 344 am Fraaklia liiinlliin 3 45pui siopm f3 Ham Hoekv Mount I Ar. Danville 450pm 528pm 552pm i :i 55am 530 am Ni.kthkiHlNii No - * No. 411 No. at] No. IB No. 10 No. 31! w , ~ NORTHBOUND. J)ajly ])AUy ])a ; y . | J)aily . Uaily . I)aily . No.^lß I,v. Danville 1201 am 2 12am 5 40am 1 30pm Rocky Mount 1100 am Kranklin Junction i: llam 328pm liynehlmrg 155 am 4 19am 206 am 8 17am 354pm 3:!5| m Mo v roe 217 am 439 am 224 am S 39am 420pm 253pm oak ridge 932 am 348pm Roeldish 9 4.Bam 406pm Charlottesville 3 37am (i 10.ni 3 Slain 4 50am 1044 am 560pm 502pm Orange 16 55am 537 am 11 43am 635pm 555pm Culpeper 17 42an 610 am 12 20pm 708pm 6 2Kpm Warreutoli 0 20am 1240 am 7 05pm Calverton 647 am 105pm 74(ipm 725pm llarrisonlmrg , Manassas..... IS 40am 7 15am 140pm 815pm 7 55pm Alevandria 017 am 9 3oam 0 32am 803 am 2 10am 910pm 900pm Ar. at Washington, D. C 0 42am 950 am 0 52am 8 25am 300pm 9 30pui 920pm *Daily. tDaily except Sunday. f Flap. No. 35 stops at Manassas, Calvertou, Oulpeper and Orangeonly for passengers for poiuts south of Danville, also to let off passengers from Washington. No. '.1 daily ex Sunday between Charlottesville and Roekiish, leaves Ch'ville at. 3 .Of] p. m , arrives Roekfish 3,50 p.m. For detailed schedules, rates and information in reference to through I'ull man sleeping ear service between New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash ington, and Savannah, Jacksonville, Tampa, Allania. Mobile, New Orleans. Birmingham, Memphis, Knoxville, Chattanooga ami Nashville, call on nearest. Southern Railway agent or write to C. H. ACKKKT. (leneral Manager. 8. H. HAKDWJCK, Ueneral Trailic Manager. W. H. TAYLOF, (ien. Pass. Agent. Washington,D. C. L, S, BROWN, General Agent. 705 Fifteenth Street N. W., Washington, 1). C. PILES! Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind, bleeding, Ulcerated and Itching Piles. It absorbs the tumors, allays the itching at once, aria as a poultice, pives instant relief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oointment is prepar ed only for Piles and Itching of the private parts, and nothing else. Every hox is guaranteed. Sold by druggists, sent by mail, for 50c, and $1.00 per box. WILLIAMS M'F'G. CO, Props., Columbus, Ohio. For Sale by F. W.BELL & CO., Staunton^ya. 1 J. J. MURPHY, I 3 DEALER IN E | and Unadulterated | 3 Handles all the Different Brands of Augusta County Whiskies § == from Three to Eight Years Old. E 3 ONLY HANDLKK OF D. BEARD WHISKEY IN CITY OK COUNTY. E 3 Have also on hand different brands of line Old Wilson and Monticello, 5- -2 Feunsylvania Cray, Melvale, anJ other line brands. Special altention given E 3 to all orders. fcjf" Having on hand a large quantity of Whiskies and 3 Wines, we win offer to the trade special inducements. |y We handle Ej 3 Port and Sherry for family use use which we will sell at |1 per gallon. JK 3 BP" Also Rottlod Reer, Scotch Ale and London I'orter. —- §j Our $2 a gallon Whiskey you will find pure and good. E 3 No. 3 South New Street, Staunton, Va E ■M ——I m 1 >i » ummimn in him ii n n i —iil ii —B li' "i ttii —— —■ WW Mi. W ¥IC* VEGRTAB, ' F ' SIC li. BAN nALaLS Hair Renewer Perhaps yoij like your fjray hair; then keep it. Perhaps not» then remember —Hall's Hair Renewer always restores color to gray hair, - Stops falling hair, also. " r "\*y^\;?L^U^:%V' J * u «y?f Presidential Vote Contest 1 First Prize $2,500.00 1 Becond*Prize l ,000.00 2 Prizes—JSOO.OO each l ,000.00 5 Prizes— 200.00 " 1,000.00 lO Prizes— 100.00 " 1,000.00 20 Prizes— 50.00 " 1,000.00 CO Prizes— 20.00 " 1,000.00 250 Prizes— 10.00 " 2,500.00 lUOO Prizes— 5.00 " 9,000.00 2139 PRIZES, TOTAL, $20,00000 PILES! TOLEDO, OHIO. The November Vote. Will the total vote for President next November xtiow an increase nvi-r that of lour yours ago V 'That is wh» i, the gaeta nrtists all over the country are asking. In this connection the New York Sun pre sents soiuf some interesting figures: 111 LSS4 the vote was 10 008.000, In 1888 the vote was 11,392.©Ml j Iv 1882 the vote was 1i1.100.000, :i substantial increase, partly accounteil for hy the atlmissinn of new States. In 1806, in an election of more than average, iniportance and after a c.iiu paign of unusual vigor, the vole wan 11,070,0(10. In 1900 the vote was Hi,9(17,000, a de crease from that of four years before Since 1900 no new States have been admitted. In several States since 1900 disfranchising laws h.tve lieen estab lished through constitulioual provis ion. In other States new conditions of naturalization have been provided. Thn acceptance of the party primary as a substitute for the election in those Slates which one party is in an over whelming majority often diminishes the total vote east, the vote at the pri mary being larger, usually, than the yote at the succeeding election. Improving a Cigar by Putting it Out Lighting a now Havana, B downtown professional iiitin, after taking a few whiffs, blew into bis cigar anil lorceil a lot of smoke out of the fiery end. Then he laid it aside and permitted tbe spark to die out. When asked for an explanation he said: "Well, I learn that habit some years ago, aud I find that a cigar which has been lighted and then allowed to go out makes a much better smoke. I take Reveral vigorous draws in order to bring tbe heat well through the weed. If a cigar becomes cold while it is saturated with smoke it has a musty odor; consequently it is necessary to blow .steadily and quite hard before extinguishing the spark in order to clear out all the smoke that has been drawn in between the layers of tobac co. After permitting the cigar to lie ten or fifteen minutes or even a hail hour I llnd on relighting it that, the fl ivor has greatly Improved. The why and wherefore I am not philosophical enough to explain, hut 1 know it makes a cigar better. It also improves- a toby. Try it and you'll agree we me." —Pittsburg Dispatch. PILES! Cures Eczema, Itching Humors, PIMPLES ANP CAUBTJNCLKS — COSTS P> B. 11. (Botanic Blood Balm is now recognized us a certain and sure cure for eczema, itching Bkin.uefiQors.scabß, scales, watery blisters pimples, aching bones or joints, boils, carbuncles, prick ling pain in the skin, old, eating sores, ulcers, etc. Botanic Hlo.nl Balm taken internally, currs the worst ami most deep seated cases by enriching, purify ing and vitalizing the blood, thereby giving a healthy blood supply to the skin. Botanic Blood Balm Is the only cure, to stay cured, for these awful, annoying skin troubles. Ileitis every sore ami gives the rich glow o! health to the skin. Builds up the broki n down body and makes t:, c blood red and nourishing. Especially advised for chronic, old cases that iloctors, pa tent medicines and hot springs fail In cure. Druggists, $1. To prove B H. I!, cures, sample scut free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, (la. Describe trouble, and free modi cal advice gent in sealed letter. Shipping to Germany. The Diamond Lumber Co., of Basic City, K. I l ',. Raster, general maiiagti, has been shipping quite a good deal of walnut toga aid lumber to Hamburg, Germany. Within a short ti.ne there have been shipped to (orinniy, 2 ears From Staunton, 2 Cars from Port Re public. 1 car from ('1 imnra, anil 1 from •Swonpe. There were also (i cars ship ped from Basic and Waynesboro This is very desirable trade as it brings German money to this section that we would not otherwise see. The Diamond Lumber Co. has grown to be an important enterprise for this sec tion. — Waynesboro Virginian. Suicide Prevented. The startling aunoiiiieeinent that a preventive of snicide had been discov erer! will interest many. A rnu down system, or despondency invarialily precede suicide anil something has baen loiiinl that will prevent that eon ilition which makes suicide likely. At. the first thought of self destruction take Electric Bltiers It. being a great' tonic anil nervine will strengthen the nerves and huihl up the syslein It's also a great stomach, liver anil l-lilney regular. Only ode Satisfaction guar anteed hy B. F. Hughes, druggist. Trouble in the Shop. I'm not going to stand t.hislhiiigany longer, said the anvil. What s the trouble now J Baked tbe bellows. I get all Uie hard knocks, replied tie anvil, while ynn do nothing hut put on airs—Chicago News. Toll's Pills After eating:, persons of a bilious hat.it will derive great benciit by taking mm of I ht.se pills. If you have been DRINKING TOO MUCH, they will promptly relieve the nausea SICK HEADACHE —». and nervousness which follows, restort the appetite and remove t,;!ooniy feel ings. Elegantly sugar touted. Take No Substitute. §m\ CHICHCSTER'S ENGLISH Pennyroyal pills ■ OrlKtnal *»<1 Only «cuu!i!«. K^r/ a fc>r\HAKl':. Always reliable I.ttd!,-. ask ii, mtiria. Ci\ fci CHICHKSniFs KNC.LIK.tt: m r i4^^*vS%\ its '•*' ll K <" l « ; »'-' i»***Wn bans isakMl >X — with l,!iieril.iK>n. Tat«-no«thvr. H.-futs wj l>u-tg»r<.mt KubwtllutJonw unit i,.,i;.,. I"/ " fff tt.ti... iluy .>r your Drujrjri't. cr Had -!«•. m I V —f Bt»mpß fur l'urll.-iil.LrK, Te* *■!«,•.» i.fftJa I "B* X* * n,i "BnHT*fTTy.isttni."'fti firm t,, j.-. .■X /' liiniHhi:. 1».«»«HI Sol.l *,* v all IU ItsSH. * lii. hcKti-i- 1 1..-v..(,-,il *)„* Meutiun this papor. NUiiou U. I'laHjt.. a~j! V7OV WILL NOT OKT WKI.TVK WHIP . KEY anywlifre clue liere ami tbe doe cors'eeommend Welly's It'sonrsexclusive ly In Staiintonal our New Brown stone n a r ■:afe Nvery drink a delight. Wi'lt,y's Whiskey. I. C. BTAFFORD Julius C. Pcl.efter, Manager. ii 21 :j m NOTHING TO TRY. IT IS SERIOUS. SOME STAUNTON PhOPLK KAIL TO RF-- AL17.1.: TUB STRIoiiSNKSS. The constant aehingof a had .hack, th.- wrain:i:sM. the tiled feeling, the pains iitnl .nlies of kiiluey ills are seri niii-ly neglected. Dangerous urinary troubles follow. U. (:. 1 >ian, harness maker, who lives at All. Crawford, eight miles south of lint ris.uihurg, says: "Eur eight weeks, list winter i was confined to my heil I wi.h kidney trouble, ami paitia over my bipa. ncin:,h iv} bunk ami through fiie khlneys, ulniOht drove mil crazy. The sitting posture I ana compelled to assume over the harness bench strain ed my back, and ibactwaa wbat affect ill my kidney*, 1 have useil in.iiiy ail vertiKeil reioeilles witboafc henelir.. I heai il of I loan's Ki.luev Pills -.ml got a box hi a drug stoic. These uiimhave inaile me le. I like a new in in. 1 can not speak ton highly iv llieir favor." I'lenty more proof like this from Staunton people. rail at IS. 11.I 1 . Hughes' drug store and ask tritai hm cos turners Ie pi irr. Kor sale by all dealers, l'riee ->0 c. FnsterMilburn, liuiTiilo. N. i. sole agents for the Dotted States. Remember the naine-Ilnan's and take no substitute. lutilise, senrcn.'Kit of sTAUSrox »> SAVf—FOIIHTH OK JULY Or any old day in tin' good old summer time every day is n big day nt Hie New llniwii Stone lIOTKL and l;.\ It lie Mraaaag lag across the street from tlie old Virginia Hotel the Brand New Brown Stone on the corner. .Julius is TIIKItK it'snenr to every where -nearest to both UailroKd stations. All treated white, (food beds, lunch, dining rooms and package room*, llest bar in town. "Kvery drink -is a delight every bite —Is -a —relish. 11 Please bear in mind it's the New lirown stone Building, in Staunton South New St., iiinl scheftvr is manager. UiM.'.m .1. CLARENCE STAFFORD. \\fAKE UP!-If >ou want a whiskey better >V than tin-ordinary. Mill innit WKI.TV'S WHIHKEY. The New Brown stone liar-Cafe UN i,V kee|* Welty's. Reiierthaii any otlier whiskey. Ihn lon ri-coniincnil Wflh's. Wall Paper! In new and handsome designs. A Large Stock to Select from Send for samples. Picture Frames, Made to order. AT H. Bell's, R. 113 East Main St.. Staunton, Va. Phone 707. mar II tf SPRING OWNING. Jpl a m s be rge r's RACKET STORE.* Everything New-Latest Spring Styles from New York and Paris. You should see us before Buying your SprinG Dress or Suit. Danish Cloth, all colors, I2j£ cents. All wool serges, Blue and Black 50c. Blue, Pink and Cream nunsveiling 3-5-soc. Blue and Black Brilliantine, 4 to 90 c. Japanese Wash Silks —all colors, 38c. 38 inch Blue, Black and White China Silk $1.00. Taffeta Silks, all colors and widths aoc to $1.00. White Shirt Waist Linens 2-sc-45c. White Duck - 8c- White Piques - - ioc. to 20c. Organdies, all colors, iocto ioc. Nainsooks, best quality, ioc to 18c. Loup; Cloth., best quality, ioc to ioc. While Lawns - 8c to 20c. Colored Lawns - 8c to I2j^c. Shirt Waist Goods, Fanoy Patterns, 5c to I2}4c. Colored Piques Fancy Patterns, 8c to ioc Dotted Swiss, best quality, ioc to isc. Ginghams - - - 5, 6 and , Lot new Spring Percales, - 8c and ioc. Calico —Fancy and Dark Patterns, 5c and 6c. Unbleached Cotton, - 6 to Be. Unbleached Cotton 40 in. wide, ioc. Bleached Cotton, 7c to ioc. 9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, 18c. 9-4 Bleached Snecting, 20c. Tickings - - ioc. 12c. ise. 5 lb. BloirdJes of Remnants a real bargain, 95c. Turkey Red Table Damask. iS, 25 and and 35c. Bleached Table Damask, 3">, 30 and 48c. Splendid assortment Table Napkins, Fringed and Unhinged—White and Turkey Red, soc. to $1.25. 50 Dozen Ladies and Misses Handkerchiefs, ie each. 50 " " " " 3c. each. 50 " " ' " sc. each. These handkerchiefs have been slightly damaged by waLd, but are a great bargain. CURTAINS. Nice line Swiss Curtains, 90c. tofi.no; Irish Point Lace Curtains, 2j4 yds, ISe.; Irish Point Lace Curtains, 3 yards, 85c; Lot of fine Lace Curtains, t,}4 yards long, 3S inches wide, Figured centers, 05c.; Better Quality—Same St3le, $1.35.; White Lace Curtains, 50 inches wide, yards long, Striped Centers, Extra Quality, <p/.25. Harnsberger's, Ttie Always Busy Store Chesapeake Western Ry. rinheilule in Kffeet Mayl. 190*. KAiiTI'.OIINI). i j STATIONS 'No. So. No. 20 fi 4 2 l,eave I'M I'M IAM Nuitli itivm Gap 123H 3 in S4c Htokrsville 1332 312 H42 Mt. Solon 12, i" :j :!(» 84!< Mossy Creek 1 iii 330 w ;>«« ilridßew.iter 140 347 Blh Hti-mpli ley town fl SO 353 19 20 Dayton 200 3 58)923 Pleasant ilill fi lo 103J19.5* limherford f243 f4301 (943 Chestnut liidije 12 51 f4 35 19 4S Kee/.letowii 307 443 "955 Peon Laird 317 4 is 1000 Montevideo 1325 HSSiIOOS MeOalieysville 333 4.W;1010 Mauzy f.;4:i 15031015 InKlewood t4OO ffiOSUOaO Klkton, arrive 410 515(1030 .:.... WESTBOUND. STATIONS. iNo. No. No. No. 13 5 19 I-nave AM 1' M AM Klkton I 1115 liOO 7 20 lnglewood ! 1163 fills 784 Maiizy f 1168 613 743 ateUabeyavUle 1203 618 762 Montevideo I i 12 >19 023 802 Peon Laird i 12 14:6 29 s 11 Keezietinvn j 12 20' 03:. BJB Chestnut Ridge f i 12 29 644 s;;] Uutliinlnrd r i 1255 649 83H »«»iso m jh gssssg Pleasant Hill ! I 2 55|7 ofl 913 Dayton ; 12591 705 93» Stem;ihlirjtown I 1011707 921 Brtdgeerater I oo| 7 11 932 MobsyCreek 116 725 950 Mt, Solon 120 735 10 1.1 Slokesville.. 137 743 10 3" North ttivei Cap Ar... 1 40 745 10 :i. r , Train No. 2 connects at Harrisonburg, Va., (Chesapeake Western Junction) with Valley it. R trains for all points in the Valley, North or South of Harrisonburg and for points South or North via Southern Ry. or Valley R. R., and Harper's Perry, B. .to.; also via Staunton, Va., V O. Train No. 4 connect at Klkton, V i., with N.ife W. train No. ;! for all points S nth, Southwest and Northwest, via Roan i c, Va., Winston Salem, N. C, Bristol, Te or Columbus, Ohio. Train No. ti connects at Klkton, Va.,wii.h N. & \V. train No. 4 for Luray, Front Roy al, Riverton, Va., W. Va., iiagerstown, Md., and points North anil Kast via Hagerstown, Mil., and Cumber land Valley and Western Maryland R. Rs. Pullman Buffet SleepingearstlirouKh from Klkton to New York, via Harrisonrg and Philadelphia, Pa. Train No. 5 will wait at Klkton for N. A W. No. 4 connection, 30 minutes when late. For information as to rates, tickets, routes, etc., apply to any agent of the Chesapeake Western Railway, or M. L. Manlis, Harrisonburg, Va. Trahic Mir'r Dry Goods. Wm. R. Knowles, Wholesale and Retail ALSO BEST OYSTERS. No 14 X. Angnsta St , Maunton, v"a i Mulual, 425. Plli INKS- .Bell, 18. ) .Mutual-Residence. 4.51. dee 12-1 iftyxrjh Cnasapeaitt! SO*' & Ohio Ry. IN RKI'KiT .lITNF. Pi. ISM Trains leav, .slanntoi. as follows . a m v... a. .. «. k- . . SO. 3— tW A M. Pally, r. K. V. Limited tor Wast, lugton, Bsttlmore, Philadelphia New Vnrk. iCichhiond.Olll I'oln Comfort and Norfolk. Coaches, Sleepers, Maine i'»r,to Washing ten and New fork. JiO.4— h'.4H A.M.— DeJly,Express for Washington Baltimore, Philadelphia, Now York .Hichmond, on; Point Com fort and Norfolk. Coaches Sleeper and loniUKear to vvatdi- Insaoii, sleeper old Point Comfort No, li, '.!:'JI A. M., Tiaily for Kichnionr], Old Point and Norrolk. no. a— WsMA. kf. Ually for Kichnion t. Sit. 11l - ::(K) » M., liaily Except Sunday foi Itlch luonil. Mo. 14 --,:."».s P. M„ Daily ci Sun. ror Charlottesville. WKSTHOINII. no. :t — MS A. M. llally. V. 9. V. Limited rr.rClncln nat.l. Louisville. Indianapolis. H*. Louis and Chlcneo. Coaches to Ciueiiiiiali; steepen ainl dining carlo Cincinnati and Louisville; sleepers Cincinnati lo si. Louie and Chicago. Sit. I — r.'Jii !' M.—Express daily ror Cincinnati; Louisville, -ii. Louis, and Chica go. Coaches lo Cincinnati; sleep erin.i otnlngUar lo Cincinnati and Lonkrvilte. Purlorami inning Car Cinciuiiati lo i Chicago and st. Louis. No. r. US P. M. ilailv— iTlnelpal Mountain Kesorte. NO. irt i!:r>S A. M. ror lliuitiiis'ton. Sunday's ■'.:■*>( a.m foi cliltou Forge. NO, Hi— 2 imp. M.. lluvKjdi-em rr.rl.'llrtrn forge. Kxee.pt Sunday. NO. 7-- A. V -Arrive daily Kiehniond to Clif ton Forge Korriiilheriiirorinatlon apply or address C. (I. (.lllinn, Pass mid Ticket A.-enl Staunton. Va. C.B. DOVLK. H.w . rilUilß, Hull. Mgr. Oen I Pass. Airt — —-, ,_ jp, I, ~ „._., . ■ p . ...I y Wt'pnnnj'tiv obtain U. S. ;uul Poteigß / rSeod iikhlhl, nlTsfitch or r i nto i-i itiv* i*llod toi f / frae report oa iniu-ntatiilitv. ¥or Srcc .*• «>•:, \ r i: ! "tMDE-MARK3 - J J OppositeUTSTPatent Office > Fine Spring Slr.iw Hats Trimmed, 75c. to $4.00; Trimmed Chiffon Hats, assorted Colors, $1.00 to $2.50; Street Hats, Latest Style-,, 50c to $1.25; All the newest St vied Shaped Hats, Untrimmed, 25c. to $2 00; Children's. Leghorn Ha's, 25c. lo $1.75; Children's Tuscan hats, soc. to $2.00; Silk Caps 101 Babies, 25c to $1.50; Ribbons, every style, width and color. Trimmings of all kinds, Flowers, Wreaths, etc. Man's and Boy's Clothing. Men's Wool II ■inuel suits, light stripes, ft. 00; Men's Blue and Striped, all \Vooi Series. $5 00; BOe* -ill Wool Oassimere Suits, $4 75; Lot of Mixed liray Suita, $3 oO t<« #(i 00 l.otnr Black Cheviot Suits, $3 00; Light Worstad Suits, new Spring I'lilleriiH, $-1 00; Cray Worsted Suita, new Spring Patterns, Extra value, $7 50: Hlaek Cheviot Noil*, extia quality, single anil double breasted, $1175; Clay Woisted suits, Satin Lined, $<> SO, *H 00. $10,00; Clay Worsted suits, $4 80; Large assortment of B|h lag Trousers, $1 on lo $:'. 60; Heavy Working Ttomot, 50c to $1 25; Youth's l.ooir Paul suits, II 1.0 2(1 years. $5 Oil, Blue Worsted and Serge; mixid goods, all tmer. it:'. 25 to if'! 50, Mixed Himklh, nil sizes. liettei rpiaMty, $4 25: Youth's ('lay Worsted suits, $:!.;)0 1.0 $S 00; Youth's Clay Worsted odd pants. 85c to $1 Ml; I'liivs 3 piece ('assiniere suit with helt, $1 25; I'.oys Jersey suits, age 5 to 9, $1.25; Boys Kino Cawimeraand worsted suits, age 5 to ii, $8 00; Boys 3 niece Serge with liell, $2 GO? BojW - piece < lay Worsted suit, N to 15 yenra. 81 fO. Boys School Suits. Cassinieie and Mixed, $1 25 to $2 50; Boys Odd Corduroy inula. age 5 to 15, 50; Boys Worsted and Cheviot pasta, all sizes, 25c. to 75 cents. Furniture. Quartered Oak I.ed room suit, Full Swell Front Dresser, 20 hy 2-1 $20 50; Quar tered Oak I.ed Room Suit, half swell front dresser, 20 hy 24, $21.5(1; Quartered Oak Bed Room Suit, without swell front, 20x24, mirror. 00; Oak Beil Room- Suits, full size, line linish, $10 00: Beaul ifullv linisheil Oak Dressers, $5 00 upr Beau 111'n II V "Quartered" oak side hoards. $11 50 to 81:; 00; Full siz- Iron lied Steads F.xtra Heavy, White Enameled Brass Trimmed &S 25 to $« 00; Single Iron Bedsteads, extra heavy, white enameled, bras trimmed, $2 50 to $5 00; Oak Bed steads nice finish full size, $:: 00: Oak Bedsteads nice liuish, single, $2.50, Cane Seat dining chairs, 55c. Wood Seat dining chairs, Carved sent and extra nice, $1 00; Cane Sent dining chairs carved ImtK extra nice, $\ 00; Split Bottom din itiL' chairs, 55e; Split Bottom dining chairs per set. $:> 25: 5 feet F.x'eiiainii dining tahles, $" 25; ii feet Extension dining tahles. $4 50; 8 feet Extension dining tables, $$ 50; Couches and Lounges, Velvet Velsnr and Damask Cover. $2 00 to $10 00: Childieu's Ci adieu, !loc and $1.00; Upholstered Ruliher tired Baby Carriages. $7 00 $10 00. Mattings and Carpets New Spring Style iapaaaaa Matting, all colors, L'3c. Extra Heavy China Mailing, all Colors ~Zet. Good Mattings in dolors and Fignros, 12) t0206. Wool Ingrain Art Square*, sizt-s SxSt, Fancy Pattern, t> 08. Smyrna Kiil-s, 80 inch Extra lleavv, 1.38 Smyrna Rags. sfl ineli. Extra Heavy, 1 75. Velvet itagß, <>t inch, Fancy Pattern, 86ft. .Int.- Rugs 40c. tol (Ki. Sheik Hogs, siz- 27x54, 1.25, Ingrain Carpets Bright neat patterns, all eaten, ~Bc. to 65. Hemp Carpet, yard wide, 12}e. to ISc. stair Carpet, 20 10 :'.n<; Brussels ('arpet, neat Patterns Fignred, 65a. to|l 00. *^%%.'%'V^^'%^'%*^%/%.'V%.'%^'%-%^tV%/%'%.%/a>'« N4 \H Norfolk & Western fiy. KY." Schedule in Effect MAY Bt, 1004. I.K.AVF. KA-U\ sol THllol Nil. 12:51 p in —For Bristol m.il intermedial.! r-lallons; I'ullii.iiii ami Knife! sleep er to Knoxvill. Connects with St. Loots Express for all points West Pullman Sleeper I; lr to 3t. Louis, Him liel.l and Cincinnati. SSO a. m—Kor Koanoko, Minefield Poca hontas. Norton, Welch and interme diate stations. Pullman .Sleeper to Welch. 4:55 p. m.—Knr Hagerstown, Washington, Jiallimoie, Philadelphia. New Votk. I'liliinaii anil iiulfet Sleepers via llagerstown for Harriabarg, Phlia delpliia ami New York. ll:lii p. in—Kor Haaerstowß, I'l.iladel phiaHiul New York; Pullman Sleep er to Philadelphia; Parlor Cars Plifl ailelphia and New York. Hates. Time Tables, anil information cheerfully tarnished upon application to Agent N. A W. f;y, W.R.BEVII.L. M.V fSRAGO. Oe». Paa*. Agt. Tray, i/ass Agt iloaiiuk", Va. Buggies, Pharlnns Carriages, Spring Wagons, and all Pleasure Vehicles. Won 01 without KHRBr B TIRES, Vehicle n.sile in onici. oiiii all repar wm k done |.ion i.|l> hi.! and at jQiaii cost. Toe CfJntinitfiil Easy liiliiii, hmkn Bart Bitter Tirus Can he quick ly nlactil on all) n heels IE every IMB* our tiotoi v hill-the latest style 3 and isstnctl) uji to-date. J. M. Hardy's Son, fct Ue Old SUid. Hail & Mullet Sts STAUNTON. VA. E. F, Wayman. M.D.. D.U.S W. N. Wayman, O.D.S Drs. 1.1. WAYMAN & SON, DENTISTS. US N. AiiKiiKla St., Staunton, Va. Crown iid I.l'idV Work a specialty. fSTOfSee Hours- 9 to 1 and 2 to 5 may Ifi-lv MILLINERY.