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est of any paper Published . 37'ir0 TPTirrO /*?lfc ■ WHAT ABOUT YOUR SPRING SUIT ? Are You Thinking About Getting One? If so it is a matter of importance with you that you should buy it at WEINBERG'S. Our Clothing is different from the ordinary kind. It has all the Style, Shape and Good Points that is usually tound incus torn made garments. We have the exclusive agency fo r Strouse Bros. "High Art Clothing," and having had great success with this particular line we've bought quite a qnantity, and arc-now better prepared than ever to serve wearers of this famous make of Clothing. Of course we are still headquarters for Young Men's and Juve nile clothing. Ask the "holeproof socks." The socks which are guaranteed for six months against holes. Weinberg Clothing Company, STAUNTON'S RELIABLE CLOTHIERS. Delighted ! Our opening days were simply splendid. Scores of visitors came to the formal introduction of our Sew Millinery Depart ment. Notwithstanding the inclement weather, our store was crowded and business boomed. To our public, we bow our acknowledgments and thanks We feel alreaiy amply rewarded by such unbounded enthusi asm as was so uumistakably manifested. The encomiums of praise bestowed upon us the past few days shall bear fruit in our constant endeavor to merit a full share of public patron age. We will only repeat our sincere thanks for public appre ciation and add that if you are gratified we are satisfied; if you are satisfied, we are gratified. YOURS FOR CORRECT MILLINERY, AMERICAN STOCK CO., (2nd Floor.) 10 and 12 East Main Street, Staunton Virginia. LOOK OVER BRYAN'S STOCR BEFORE PURCHASING. a Heath & Milligan Paints and Oils, are handled only by our (inn. lianlleall kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL, PORCH )RK, SASH, DOORS and BLINDS, TAR ROOFING, UNGLIiS, etc., at lowest prices. WM. S. BRYAN, Mg*. IE No. 615. S.LEWIS ST. I BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT I HAVE REMOVED TO Room No. 6 Echols' Building, AND AM IN POSITION TO BUY ALL KINDS OF Lumber for Cash. Railroad Lumber a Specialty. THANKING YOU FOR PAST FAVORS AND SOLICITING A CONTINUANCE OF YOUR PATRONAGE, I REMAIN, YOURS TRUDY. STEEL# \ «rr> J&* T—X TTV xy -pTV T NEW HARDWARE. V0L.84. J. A. GLENN. DON'T BUY and Paints Statttthm illS BmtM&t VINDICATOR. \\ GOV. MONTAGUE OPENS CAMPAIGN. Recaption. Governor Montague opened his seua- j torial campaign at historic old Spot-j lia Court-bouse on last court | id a large and enthusiastic ■ Be greeted him: rnor Montague siiid his intro i had been both hospitable and , the latter in that he was intro is "a candidate for the United Senate," which constrained him Bent upon the fact that he was t candidate for the office before pie, because the people now hance to elect a senator from '"The great reform," said tbe Gov ernor, "is progressing throughout j America and affords the only relief! now in sight for a decaying branch of j the legislative department ot the Fed- j eral goverment." Here the speaker sketched condi-1 tions as be'saw them in tbe Senate, j sailing attention to one member in iicted for bigamy, and others for va rious crimes and misdemeanors; alio to the absence of repsesentatiou where wealth and special interests seem un ible to control legislatures, as is tbe suae iv Delaware at present. PEOPLE MUST RULE. loveruor said all civilizations i measure determined by the each citizen for a participa te affairs of government, and )emocratic America, we are d at the fact that her citizen icipates in national govern more than in Great .Britain. 1 that out of . the immense jfflceholders in the national ent, only one class was elec le people, and tbat was the mse of Congress; that the! of the upper House was a l to give the people a share in nment, and to correct the lich came about by tbe intri-1 peeial interests to over-reach c, and to obstruct their par -3 in government. | IINATION BY PRIMARY. ! his geueral statement he lai d I ation for his argument in he election of United States by the people, and a primary t equivalent.in the absence of constitutional amendment on the sub ject. He nex contended for a radical jrohibition with accompanying peu- Ii. ijc contribution of money combinations of capital for ion or selection of Federal He declared the great issue c American people was piti es, democracy, or tbe power 1 interests to suppress equal ity.of interest and of right. REGULATE COMMERCE. To this end be stated he would favor the reasonable regulation of interstate commerce aud its agents, the public service corporations, by a Federal com mission, properly organized, to do jus- X between tbe corporations and the ens of the republic. "1 also favor," he declared amid chees, "a modification of the tariff, I which will insure equal rights and suppress special.privileges. "1 favor national aid for the con struction on common highways, and a foreign policy wholly free from par tiean consideration." The Governor having thus briefly ! outlined bis political views, declared that the standard of the United States Senate should be broadened aud re turned to the earlier and better days, and said tbat while he did not claim capacity to do this, he claimed to be able to help in such restoration. THE RED NECKTIE INCIDENT. The speaker made a most numerous reference to a State Senator whom he said was reported to have torn off a reel necktie from his own neck because tbe Governor's head was red, but tbat while his favorite for the U. S. Senate occupied a room just above in the hotel, and that be had replaced it with a black one which might prove a mourning emblem as the result of a battle yet to be deterined. He said this same gentleman was quoted as having said he would rather be in b —l without claws than in Virginia poli- X should he (Montague) win for the ate. The Governor could not un derstand this animosity. He had never voted anything but a Democrat ic ticket and never held other than a Democratic office, and while he had no desire to see the gentleman leave the State, be yet thought he might be spared without any great public I following. MR. MARTIN. iveruor made no personal citi- Mr. Martin. He maintained record was insufficient to jus iteeu years in tbe United nate, and that be had done siny ordinary man could not le, holding tbe position of States Senator, is never originated or mani-j he said, "a measure of general' aportance. j lit that he is active around rtments, and tbat he does tbe tin-r of an executive clerk i Senator." uvernor commented upon the . Mr. Martin's reliance upon rience, exclaiming with much ess: "If Mr. Martin can in experience to keep him in the why did he not invoke his in ce to keep him out of the Sen surely no inau was ever elected josition who had less experi b public affairs, and less ac ice witb the business of tbe ras is known he bad never a political article, made a pub b, or held a public office until He was absolutely unknown eople, although he might have STAUNTON, VA., FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1905. SECRETS OF THE HAND. The handshake of some people makes you tbiuk of accident and sudden death. Contrast this ill boding hand with the quick, skillful, quiet hand of a nurse whom I remember with affec tion because she took the best care of my teacher. I have clasped the bands of some rich people that spin not and toil not, and yet are not beautiful. i Heneath their soft, smooth roundness what a chaos of undeveloped charac !ter! I All this is my private science of palmistry, and when I tell you fortune it is by no mysterious intuition or gypsy witchcraft, but by natural, ex plicable recognition of the embossed character in your hand. Not only is the hand as easy to recognize as tbe face, but it reveals its secrets more 'openly and unconsciously. People control their countenance, but the band is under no such restraiut. It relaxes and becomes listless when the spirit is low and dejected; the muscles tighten when the mind is excited or the heart glad; and permanent qualities stand written on it all the time. As there are many beauties of tbe face, so the beauties of the band are many. Touch lias its ecstacies. The hands of people of .strong individual ity and sensitiveness are wonderfully mobile. In a glance of their finger tips they express many shades of thought. Now and again I touch a fine, graceful, supple wristed hand wbich spells with tbe same beauty aud distinction that you must see in the handwriting of some highly cultivated people. I wish you knew how prettily little children spell in my hand. They are wild flowers of humanity, aud their finger motions wild tlowers of speech. —Helen Keller in, the Century. i Cheated Death. Kidney trouble often ends fatally, but by choosing the right medicine, E. «H. Wolfe, of Bear Grove, lowa, cheat ed death. He says: "Two years ago I had kidney trouble, which caused me great pain, suffering and anxiety, but I took Electric flitters, which offeeted a complete cure. I have also found them of great benefit in geueral debili ty and nerve trouble, and keep them constantly on hand, since, as I lind they have no equal." B. F. Hughes, druggist, guarantees them at oOe, Not So Economical. It seems to be generally agreed that the late republican congress was gross ly extravagant. The New York World says : "All quibbling aside, the im pressive fact remains that, with an ac tual deficit of about $24,000,000 for the first eight months of the current fiscal year, congress has authorized a net increase in expendituies of 837,306,539 for next'year. The government's re ceipts this year have run slightly heav ier than in 1904 and only 89,000,000 less than in 1903, when a surplus of over $30,000,000 had been accumulated by the end of the first week in March. Mr. Roosevelt tins always showu a mind superior to the petty economies of administration. If congress had ac cepted his naval estimates the appro priations would have been $15,000,000 heavier. As a matter of fact, the mili tary appropriations for 1906 are nearly $6,000,000 less than for 1905. But how does Mr. Roosevelt expect to make both ends meet? What are the financial prospects of his'own administration?' " A Daredevil Ride often ends in a sad accident. To heal accidental injuries, use Bucklen's Ar nica Salve. "A deep wound in my foot, from an accident," writes Theo. doreSchuele, of Columbus, 0., "caus ed me great pain. Physicians were helpless, but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly healed it." Soothes and heals burns like magic, 25e at B. F. Hughes druggist. Low Rates to Charlottesville. Accouut Virginia Summer School o Methods, at Charlottesville, June 26- August 4, 1905, Southern Railway an nounces rate of one first class fare plus 25 cents for the round trip from points on its lines within State of Virginia, including Washington, D. C, mini mum rate $ 50; dates of sale June 24, 25, 26, July 1, 2, 8, 9, 13, 14, with final limit 15 days in addition todateof sale. For further information call on near est ticket agent, Southern Ry. Last Hope Vanished - When leading physicians said tbat W. M. Muithart, of Pekin, la., had in curable consumption, his last hope va nished, but Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, kept him out of his grave. He says : "This great specific completely cured me and saved my life. Since then I have used it for over 10 years, and consider it a marvelous throat and lung cure." Strictly scientific cure tor coughs, sore throat and colds; sure preventive of pneumonia. Guaranteed 50c and SI bottles at B. F. Hughes' drug store. Trial bottle free. Brooklyn Girl at the Hub. Dumley—l suppose she didn't like my making sheep's eyes at her, eh ? Synnex—She didn't mind your using sheep's eyes the way you did.- Boston Transcript. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bkomo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund tbe money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c INDUSTRIAL NEWS Items That Will interest Our Readers. A $1(10,000 company has beeu organ ized at Gueydan, La., to construct a deep-water canal from that town to Pekan Island, on the Gulf of Mexico. It is reported tbat tbe Illinois Cen tral Railroad is surveying for a line from Jackson. Term., via Sheffield, Ala., to Birmingham, Ala. A. 8. Bald win is chief engineer. The liuena Vista Mills has been in corporated, with a capital stock of 81 o.OOO; Paul M. Penick. president: J. M. Davidson, vice-president; W. N. Key, treasurer; D. D. Furr, allot Lex ington, Va. It is reported that $3(3,000 of stock has been taken in the proposed electric railway which the Lewisburg Milling ft Electric Light Co. is to build from Lewisburg to Ronceverte. about five miles. John O. Handley is to make a survey. S. L. Price is president; John J.Duffy, vice president, and W. S. Shank, secretary and treasurer. The Merchants and Mechanics Rank of Clifton Forge is having plans and specifications prepared for the erection ot a modern banking structure and of fice building. The Alleghany, Con struction Co., of the same place, will shortly erect a modern store and office building to cost about $25,000. The Chesapeake <fc Ohio has, it is re ported, let a contract to Holmes Broth era ft Co. to double track its line from Russell, Ky., to Greenup, Ky. Much of this distance will be railroad yards, aud for a mile from Russell there will be 12 tracks. The Norfolk & Western Railway is reported to have purchased 13 mile's ot hue from the Merriman-Younken Company and extending from Interior, Va., to a connection with the main line near Ripplemead, the purpose of the company being to extend it along Big Stony creek, over the mountain and down Potts Creek valley to develop timber and iron lands. The Manufacturers' Record learns that the Atlantic & Birmingham Rail way, which is about to begin active construction of its extension from Mon tezuma, Ga., to Birmingham, Ala., will doubtless become a part of the Frisco system, wbich is controlled by the Rock Island. Tbe Battletown Hotel Co. has had plans prepared for the election of two story bank and hotel building, 75x100 feet at Berryville, Va.; structure to be press brick aud local stone, composi tion roof, metal cornices, electric lights, sanitary plumbing, etc. Tbe Atlautic Coast Line, according to a report from Wilmington, N. C.« the headquarters of the company, will rebuild and enlarge tbe car and loco motive shops at Waycioss, Ga., at an expense of about $400,000. rians for the work have been completed and construction is to begin soon. At the Virginia Hot Springs conven tion of tbe Southern Hardware Job bers' Association, June 7-9, the topics to bedißcussed will include restricted prices, how to enforce uniform terms, mutual fire insurance in th* associa tion, increasing expenses vs. decreas ing prolits, past, present and future of the hardware business, advantages of tbe South for manufacturing, postal laws and reduction of letter postage' and the enroachmentof manufacturers and their representatives upon the jobbing trade. Plans have been completed for tbe Baltimore & Ohio Railroad's main of fices at the northwest corner of Balti more aud Charles streets, in Baltimore. Immediately after the fire the officials of the company were approached by proinineut business organizations and citizens of a number of other cities, urging them to locate the company's ceulral offices iv their respective towns, but tbe company refused and deter mined to keep its permauent home in Baltimore aud set aside the sum of $2,000,000 for that purpose. How To Cure Insomnia. Lying awake is often a habit. It is worth almost any effort to break up such a habit. Insomnia Is usually the result of one of the three things: Poor circulation, indigestion or mental distress. The person who studies himself carefully will be able to locate tbe difficulty and treat himself accordingly. For poor circulation, try warm baths, warm water bottles, brisk rubbing, soaking the feet, and deep breathing. For indigestion take a warm drink before retiring or when sleepless. Drink warm water, warm milk, weak tea or cocoa.aud breathe deeply. For mental distress, mere will power is the best. Close the eyes and as fast as tbe thoughts comes, drive them out. Carry on in the mind a house cleaning process Sweet sleep and plenty of it Will go a great way toward keeping women young. When sleeps departs wrinkle* come. It is by sleep that we gain strength for another day. Sleep is to the brain aud nerves what food is to the body. WISE PA. Ma—Did you tell Edythe that you would disinherit her if she married that Italian count? Pa—No, I told the count. THE OLD BATTLE FLAGS. To Be Given Out at the Petersburg Re union. Sixty-two captured Confederate flags have been returned. They have reach ed Governor Montague and have beeu, by him, deposited in the Confederate Mnseuiu in Richmond where they may be seen and identified. Gov. Montague in a personal interview with a repre sentative of the Spkctator, intimated that he would submit to the Grand a op of Va. theopportunity of deliver to tbe custodians these flags. 3 distribution will bean attractive feature of the reunion in Petersburg ■t October, when much interest will ;er upon the speeches of presenta tion and (■ cceptance. It will be touch ing to see the old veterans who parted i from their beloved colors forty odd I years ago amid scenes of blood and carnage, receive them back again furled, but not dishonored. Among the returned flags is that of the 4th Va. Infantry, in which were two Rockbridge companies; the 10th Infantry, in which were several Rock ingham ones, and the 27th Infantry, which had in it on Rockbridge com Animals in a Fight at Sea. Several leopards, maddened by a storm, attacked an elephant on the steamer Neidenfels on its voyage from the far East to New York and one of the leopards had to be killed to end the fighting. The elephant died on its wounds shortly after the attack, and its ;off-spriij«, said to be the smallest elephant ever imported, arrived in New York ou the North German Lloyd steamer Gneisenau. The Neidenfels was in the Indian Ocean when the fight took place. During a gale three leopards broke out of their cages and attempted to take away from the moth er elephant some carrots which she was eating. T,he elephant landed her trunk on the head of one of the leopards, and a moment later the others sprang at her from the rear. A chorus of howls aroused the officers on deck. The animal keepers drove two of the leopards back to their cages, but the third leopard tore the back of the elephant, upon which it had sprung, and was clubbed to death in the hope of saving the elephant. The midget elephant, whose mother was killed, is only three and a half feet high, al though a little over 2 years old. "Quick lunch" is one ot the commonest of city signs. The sign doesn't say 'a healthy lunch o£ good food—the character of the food apparently is not considered. It's lust a quick lunch,—eat and get »way. Is it any wonder that the stomach breaks downy Food is thrown at It, sloopy, indigestible and innutritious food, Tery often, and the stom ach lias to do the best it can. Normally there should be no need for medical assistance for the stomach. But the average method of life is abnormal and while this continues there will always be a demand for Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery. It is the one medicine which can be relied on to cure diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. It is not a care all. It is a medicine designed for the stomach, and to cure through the stomach remote dis eased which have their cause in the derange ment of the stomach and digestive and nut ritive system. It cures when all elss falls. A Guaranteed Cure For Piles. Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protrud ing Piles. Druggists refund money if Pazo Ointment fails to cure any case, no matter of how long standing, in 6 to 14 dajs. First application gives ease and rest. 50c. If your dru gist hasn't it send 50c in stamps and it will be forwarded postpaidby Faris Medicine Co., St. Louis. Mo. How He Did It. "Shure Hogan, Oi know a mon thot is on th'water wagon who drinks loike a fish." " 'Tis impossible. How kiu a mon drink loike a fish if he's on th' water wagon ?" ''Begad, this wan droives a water wagon." Frightful Suffering Relieve' 1 . Suffering frightfully from the viru lent poisons of undigested food, C. G. Grayson, of Lula, Miss., cook Dr. King's New Life Pills "with the re sult," he writes, "that I was cured." All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic, laxitive properties. 25c at B. F. Hughes' drugstore, guar anteed. FIFTY CENTS IN some conditions the ' gain from the use of Scott's Emulsion is very rapid. For this reason we put up a fifty-cent size, which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies and children. In other conditions the gain is slower—health cannot be built up in a day. In such cases Scott's Emulsion must be taken as nourishment; a food rather than a medicine. It's a food for tired and weak digestions. Scott & Bowne, 409415 Pearl st. Chemists New York 50c. and $1.00. All druggists NO. 15. eUPID'S MIRROR. "The beauty of a woman's face or figure is but the external sign of the good health specialist in women's diseases. Further, to be hap py and beautiful one must naturally have good health. Now. if a woman has dragging dowa feelings, together with constantly re turning pains and aches, a too great drain npon her vi i «. ■„ .K.K.K.H tality and strength, she will never look beautiful. The feelings j ol nervousness, the, befogged mind, the I ill-temper, the pale and wrinkled face, all result from those disorders peculiar to women, and the only way to effect their enre is to strike at the source of the difficulty There is every reason why she should write some great specialist, one who has made the diseases of women a specialty for a third of a century like Dr. R. V. Pierce, founder of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo, N. Y. All correspondence is held sacredly confidential, and he gives his advice free and without charge. During a long period of practice, Doctor Pierce found that a prescription made up entirely of roots and herbs, without the use of alcohol, cured ninety-eight per cent of such cases. After using this remedy for many years in his private practice he put it up in a form that can be had at any store where medicines are handled. In many cases Dr. R. V. Pierces Favorite Prescription will fit the needs and put the body in healthy condition. So sure of it is Dr. Pierce, he offers a reward of $500 for women who cannot be cured of Lencorrhea, Female Weakness, Prolapsus, or Falling of Womb. All he asks is a fair and reasonable trial of his means of cure. _ Don't allow the dealer to insult your intelligence by offering you a cheap sub stitute. r Send 21 one-cent stamps to pay expense of mailing and get Dr. Pierces Medical Adviser in paper covers, free. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellets are the most desirable laxative for delicate women. FURNITUREr FURNITURE! TOffllfDl We have the Largest and Best Assortment of Furniture ever offered to the trade in Staunton. We can give you lower prices on Furniture than the other furniture dealers can. These statements are facts and not puff of wind to blow you into our store; now for facts to substantiate the above statement: 1st —We have a Department Store and sell all lines of goods.. 2nd —We buy from one to five car loads of Furniture at a single purchase. 3rd—Our sales are large and our expenses are small in proportion. These facts show to the common sense person that we buy cheaper, our freight rates are less and profits are smaller. Does this substantiate our statements or not ? We will give you a few prices to show the range of our lines of Furniture, but you must see the Coods tO Ap preciate our Low Prices. Remember we are agents here for the "Basic" Bed Room Suits, and the reputation af these goods for Quality and Style is unquestioned. I Suit Furniture. Ik Bed-Room Suits $ 8.90 I " " iU2 2 lo'ioO '• up to 35.00 loioo 23.50 " up to 53.00 White Enameled Bed-Room Suits $19.00 up We have all of the above suits in stock, and can order you any suits In Mahogany, Oak, Bird's-Eye Maple. Curly Kirch, &c, and save you a $5.00 or $10.00 bill. Look at the prices on these suits, did you ever buy ttiem at such price? Come and see them. Seeing is believ ing. Odd Dressers and Wash stands. Poplar Dressess $ 4.75 Plain Oak " 5.00 up Quartered Oak Dressers 8.50 up " (Princes) 16,00 P',< auieled " 11.50 ashstands 87 up (Oak) 2.45 3.00 up " White Enameled) 4.75 up Oak Beds. Plain Oak Beds $1.98 np Single " 1.35 up Trumble '• 1.15 up You do not have to buy the whole suit to keep from being over charged, we break suits at the same price. Chairs! Chairs! Split Seat Chairs per set $ 2.75 up Double cane seat chairs per set 2.95 up Wood seat chairs per set 4.50 up Open cane seat chairs per set 4.75 up " " " " (Heavy Fr. Leg) 11.00 up Cobbler seat " 5.50 up Split seat Rocking " (Hickory) 1.00 up Open " " " 1.15 up Cobbler seat Rocking chairs 1.25 up Large arm rockers, saddle seat $1.85 to 4.50 up Cobbler seat 1.95 to 6.00 " " " Rolled seat All Rockers over $2.50 are quartered and polished. Don't you think we bavea good line of chairs at the right prices. If you do not, come and see. Remember this is from the The Big Department Store, (WAS THE BOSTON VARIETY STORE ) ZIRKLE & BRYAN, 4 Qts. parker Rye $350 ~ '•• a a WK*r*_yo«rcorf\erou+ of the waferSl there's like a little ParKeTriyt to make you feel rfai\t. Oar readers will find correct Schedules of tie three great railroads of the State regularly published in tbis paper—the C. ft 0.. the N. ft V?., Southern and the C.-W. ' A CORN FIELDS £ j§) ARE QOLD FIELDS jKU fto the farmer who under- Wma stands how to feed his f JWI crops. Fertilizers for Corn ill /a 0 must contain at least J IjM * per cent, actual fg I Potashl Q Send for our books —they UJ/JI (MJ tell why Potash is as necessary (!_< J to plant life as sun and rain; Mm (5 sent free, if you ask. Write lIH *£ GERMAN KALI WORKS j]f G' New York—93 Nassau Street, or l£ JAMES BIMGARD.VER, JR. RUDOLPH BOMGAim BUMGARDNER* BUMGARDNER. Sueeessors to J., J. L. & R. Bumgardner.) Attorneys and CounseHors-at-Law. Division Counsel B. <fe;o. R. R. Co. Local Counsel Valley K. R. Co. Prompt attention given to all legal bus ness entrusted to our hands. f CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH NNYROYAL PILLS Tiv =...... O'Wnal and Onlr Urmilar. jjfc I «r CHICHESTKK'S ENGLISH afSC. in ItKO mt Void Mil bora MM W8 -m. blueribbon. Take aa other. K-A,.,- --' «L» "Jaaeeroisa "üb.tltatloua aad Irak, frr tli.a.. Buy or jour Dra(g ut. or seod 4e. in « ">.» l;« for Particular.. Te.tlas.alai. /Ol and •' Keller for Ladle*." >» l«rr«r. bi re- fr turn Hall. I 0.000 Tesiiauotal.. gold br i a!) I>rug,i,t,. Chleheater laeasleal Va.. J.« I MatUaaa square, PHILA.. PA. ■ Iron Beds. I White enameled iron beds (single or double) $ 1.75 up White enameled iron beds (single or double) brass trimmed 2.75 up White euameled iron beds (sin. or dou.) red $4.50 brass rod White enameled iron cribs, drop and solid side, $4.50 up White and Gold irou cribs, drop and solid side $3.50 up White and Green iron cribs, drop and solid side $4.50 up Green and Gold Cribs $ 4.50 up Oxydized Copper Cribs 11.50 up Solid Brass Cribs 10.00 Refrigerators. We handle the "Garland." It is good and it is cheap. We are agents also for the "White Frost Sanitary Refrigerators." It is Porcelain and it in round. It looks like a white stove, but it is not. It is something new. You must not fail to see it. Dining Room Furniture. Side Boards—a very large assortment, ranging in price from $11.50 to $25.00. China Closets—you should see them. Some have mirrors, and some have not. And our prices are surprisingly low. Extension Plain Oak at $4.50 and up Quartered and Polished at $14.50 and up falling Leaf Tables from $2.35 to $3.00 Book Cases. We have the largest line ever offered in Staunton, and our quality and prices are right. Bed Springs, Mattresses and Pillows. When we sell you a pair of pillows we guarantee jtheui to be just what we claim and if you rip them open and find them to be otherwise we will re fund your money. Our mattresses are perfect in every particular and we sell them from $2.25 up in one price matttess. If you want something good for your money try one of our Price Comb Mat tresses, $3.50 to $5.00. Kitchen Furniture- Kitchen Safes from $2.35 to $4.50 " Cupboards (Tio) 450 to 0.50 ** " (Glass) 5.75 up " " Cabinets 6.50 up " " Tables 170 up " Chairs 45 up 21 South Augusta St. UNTIL we began to market Parker Rye direct to the consumer. It was Impossi ble to g-et such a. high grade product at this figure. The standard qualities of Parker Rye cannot be had In any other whis i w y ' ? nd thos « who wish the rati Maryland product, abeolately pure, will find It to be superior to any other whiskey sold. After you have tried it you will realize "he great step forward we hare made. 4 FULL QUARTS, $3.50. 8 Quarts. J6.BK; 12 Quarts, as OS Packed In plain sealed cases," without marks to indicate con tents. We pay expresaace. All orders must be accompanied by P. O. Order, Express Order or Certified Check. OXFORD DISTILLING CO., ~ 8S»»i N. H,.w>rd St. Bsltlmon, UA.