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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 April 1897

j We Invite Inspection of t j Oar Subscription List, by j Advertisers, and assure \ them that they will find it j the largest of any paper j Published in this City. fell Cloii Co. New Spring Styles! Are now ready for inspection. The greatest assortment at the lowest prices, Yonr eyes have never feasted on such a stock as we now show. Every variety of weave, color, shade and combination that is stylish is now here. Don't be j foolish and pass by our door and think « O, well, Mr. so and so has treated we ] fairly, and I've been dealing with him so ' long. Don't think that way, it's not , doing justice to yourself. Gome in and ' see what we can do for you. We want j yon to know all about our J CLOTHING! j We want you to be acquainted with their < superior points, how well they are made J and how perfect they fit, their stylishness i and their cheapness. A comparison will j prove all we claim. We are willing to < let you judge, and we are sure that you'll 4 % decid...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 April 1897

Spectator & Vindicator THURSDAY, APRIL 8. ' 1 6 This paper has the largest cir-' | { \ culation of any Newspaper pub- 5 5 llshed in the Valley of Virginia. Sj C The subscription list is open to j 5 j i inspection. g Already the money power of this country is preparing to re-elect McKinley. Cattle in the west have made a sharp advance, possibly because there is to be a tariff on beef. In West Virginia, gold standard democrats are getting large slices of political pie, whilst hungry republicans are sent away without a morsel. -• m ♦ The decision of the Supreme Court on Railway traffic associations, has sent prosperity hack into its hole like a prairie dog, so frightened we can hardly tell when it will stick its nose out again, so say our gold bug friends. ■ ■ « - The president went out for some fresh air last week and a little of the ■alt sea tonic. He is back- again, and the noxious atmosphere of rooms crowded with office seekers again fills his lungs. _„_•_.» ~~ The plat...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 April 1897

Spectator & Vindicator THURSDAY. APRIL 8. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. O This paper guarantees a larger jg 8 circulation in Augusta county g x than any Newspaper published, jl O The subscription list is open to jl BRIEF LOCALS. ~ Bishop A. M. Randolph preached at Trin ity ohuroh on Sunday morning, and confirmed a class of 17. At night he preaohed at Emmanuel and confirmed a class of 6. Mr. Charles Broadway Rouss of New York, has subscribed f250 to defray the expenses of the Stonewall Band in the Grant Monument parade on the 27th inst. Mr. L. Peyton Little of this city, who for some years has been general secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association, at Harrisonburg, has resigned. Rev. Dr. J. A. Quarles of Washington & Lee University, filled the pulpit of the Second Presbyterian churoh last Sunday morning and evening. James Mays who was arrested at Goshen some weeks ago oharged with bigamy, was sentenced last week to 5 years in the penitentiary by the county court ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 April 1897

The Hub's Prices ARE ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST! In Men's Suits taste and manufacture have accomplished more than you'd imagine in producing our New Spring Suits. They represent the Height of Fashion. Height of Trailoring, and the Greatest Value you ever saw. Elegance ia not always costly, at least not when you get in these suits at MOTHERS ATTENTION ! Our line of Boy's, Children's and Juvenile Suits are the talk of the city. Never was there such a flue display of children's suits at such low prices. Our Hat and Gent's Furnishing Goods Department has already jumped into popular favor, as our prices are the lowest In every department. Call and save money at THE HUB, No - 580 ? T t iJ,* u A'i ßtaßt -' LOUIS COHEN, formerly of Louis Cohen & Co., Manager. SPRING NOVELTIES! We do not hesitate to say that the general voice of the public will accord us the risbteous praise we have endeavored to obtain in placing before the people of this section the choicest products of the Looms, cou...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 22 April 1897

We Invite Inspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them that they wffl find it the largest of any paper Published in this City. [Vnta[ Mil Co. I New Spring Styles! t Are now ready for inspection. The | greatest assortment at the lowest prices, > Your eyes have never feasted on such a \ stock as we now show. Every variety of k weave, color, shade and combination > that is stylish is now here. Don't be > foolish and pass by our door and think > O, well, Mr. so and so has treated we j fairly, and I've been dealing with him so > long. Don't think that way, it's not | doing justice to yourself. Oome in and > see what we can do for you. We want i you to know all about our | CLOTHING! • We want you to be acquainted with their , superior points, how well they are made ' and how perfect they fit, their stylishness i and their cheapness. A comparison will 1 prove all we claim. We are willing to i let you ...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 22 April 1897

Spectator & Vindicator 1 0( THURSDAY, APRIL 22. | d la :-= l f( i This paper has the largest cir- ] ( I I culation of any Newspaper pnb- i S | lished in the Valley of Virginia. ] C I The subscription list is open to j \ i inspection. i' ' .Those who think Bryan is nobody , ■honld try to take his crowd away from him. ■ .. i i ■ ■ If Maryland has traded Boss GorPfor Boss Wellington she has been y sold unless she gets boot, great many republicans are now loyed, who were idle before the elections. They are busy expla r»" ing how the democrat? got there. I. iii i i !■ Mr. Bailey of Texas may never again appear in a swallow tailed coat at an entertainment, but he will always wear one when he appears in a"~comic The two thousand people who assembled to see Bryan as he passed here last week would, we are told, have rushed as quickly to see any other free show. Try McKinley or Cleveland on them and see. Mr. Bryan said in bfe few moments speech here last week that he and Mr. Tucke...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 22 April 1897

Spectator & Vindicator THURSDAY. APRIL 22. LOCAL DEPARTMENT 0 This paper guarantees a larger © Q circulation in Augusta county ft 8 than any Newspaper published. X © The subscription list is open to O WEDDING CARDS beautifully printed at the Spectator office. An elegant new line of type . especial purpose. BriltF LOCALS F. B. Kennedy has qualified as administrator of Shapley N Bagby. Tbe mall contract from Staunton to Monterey has been awarded to Mr. Jas. Cross of West Augusta. On last Wednesday evening in Waynesboro, Mr. Charlie Gaw and Miss Anabel Smith were married. Owing to the war excitement in Europe this week, stooks have declined, but wheat is aotive and higher. At tbe Lutheran ohnroh the music at the Easter morning servioes was of very high order and very beautiful. The West Augusta Guard are now holding their "Vanity Fair" in the storeroom of the new Odd Fellows Hall. W. S. and H. C. Ott have purchased the A. H. Kindlg farm near Fishersville for $7,000, it cons...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 22 April 1897

{WM NOVELTIES! 1 We do not hesitate to say that the general voice of X 5 the public will accord us the righteous praise we v^ S have endeavored to obtain in placing before the Jg lv people of this section the choicest products of the \j £) Looms, coupled with the highest degree of the yj S Tailor's Art in fc£ § Men's, Boy's and Children's v I WEARING APPAREI2. g ■V All the New Shades and Effects of THIS SEA- fe; ?t SONS FASHIONS, are to be obtained at Buch > Low Prices, that for the price of one suit of for- X ™ mer years, TWO can be had in place. The line £ m comprises Blue and Black Serges, k ? Fancy Cheviots in beautiful Designs, Z r\ Worsted Suits in Frock and Sack, £ Long and Slim, % h Short and Stout, % £ and Extra Sizes. k 5 Trousers in endless variety j 3 Bicycle Suits at almost half price. j. *S A line of Fancy Shirts which will prove a sensa- £ ?( tion for variety in designs and low prices. Chil- J* •X dren's 2 pair pants Suits and Cap to match at $5 V M per out...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 29 April 1897

Wo Invite Inspection of j Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them tint they will find it the largest of any paper Publishedfn this City. VlL*v^PJC3vUß!^>j^R^^R- lllenr Cliii Co's j 1 SPRING DISPLAY seems handsom- j i er and more complete than ever before, i [ We have reached the mills of the world j > for the best of woolens to make np « I CLOTHING! ■! > ; \ for our six large stores. How success- j ► ful we've been we will leave to yon, J J after you have seen cur Spiing display. , * We cordially invite you to call and J ► wander at your own sweet will through i | our great store and inspect to your J ► heart's content the beautiful and most < select styles of Clothing for ! [MEN, BOYS & CHILDREN. * ! j If you are merely looking, all right, j > lookers are always welcome at our ( | store. The more lookers, the more buy- ] ► ers. Looking brings knowledge, and < | we wish everyone to know all ...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 29 April 1897

Spectator & Vindicator ssas»js^**<^^s^*^^^s^^^^^^^^s^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^w^^^^*^» THURSDAY, APRIL 29. I This paper has the largest cir- j 5 II culation of any Newspaper pub- 15 | lished in the Valley of Virginia. J \ \ The subscription list is open to ]j? All communications recommending persons for public office, or calls for persons to announce themselves as candidates, will be charged for as advertising matter. «—ii m Rockingham and Rockbridge are bragging about their new court houses which they say are the finest in the Valley, if not in Virginia. We admit that they have done well, but we are fot discouraged about ours as long as tie whitewash holds out. _ .— m • A newspaper' entitled the Valley lerald has made its appearance in taunton during the last week, James M. Morris is the editor, and it will be issued semi-monthly. Its editor is a colored mac who has been admitted tthe bar here, and his salutatory, is ell written. ■ m . Mr. Geo. A. Revere omb of Covi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 29 April 1897

Spectator & Vindicator THURSDAY. APBIL 29. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. g This paper guarantees a larger Q O circulation in Augusta county 8 g than any Newspaper published. 2 O The subscription list is open to O All kinds of Job work done at this office. BRIEF LOCALS. The county oourt news will appear next week when a full account of it can be Chas. Mulliken of New Tork, father of Mrs. Geo. E. Sipe of Harrisonburg, died on When you come to town and wish envelope letter-heads, bill heads or any other kind of job work done, call at the Spectatob and VXKDICATOB Office. Mr. J. M. Kent of Harrisonburg, well known in this county, and brother-in-law of Drs. Jas. H. and Frank T. Harris, is lying very ill at his home, with little hope of his recovery. Messrs. Joseph and Daniel Crawn, who live near Mossy Creek, bought a few days ago a fine full blooded registered Hereford bull, 14 months old, for which they paid Look at the advertisement of Nosegay Tobacco. This is the oheapest tobacco you •...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 29 April 1897

SSPBIfiimTIES! I S We do not hesitate to say that the general voice of (^ 1 the public will accord us the righteous praise we £ have endeavored to obtain in placing before the 2 people of this section the choicest products of the vm j) Looms, coupled with the highest degree ol the g *. Tailor's Art in Q s Men's, Boy's and Children's g I WEARING APPAREI2. S 5 All the New Shades and Effects of THIS SEA- g 5f SONS FASHIONS, are to be obtained at such >* ft Low Prices, that for the price of one suit of for- {Z * mer years, TWO can be had in place. The line g comprises >3 £ Blue and Black Serges, (£ Fancy Cheviots in beautiful Designs, 9 Worsted Suits in Frock and Sack, g 3 Long and Slim, g ft Short and Stout, @ g and Extra Sizes. £ Trousers in endless variety S Bicycle Suits at almost half price. g PS A line ofFancy Shirts which will prove a sensa X 9 tion for variety in designs and low prices. Chil- £ 5? dren's 2 pair pants Suits and Cap to match at $5 £ B per out...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 6 May 1897

We Invite Inspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them that they will find it the largest of any paper Pnblishedgin this City. VBdß[ ClOll GO'S BSPBINGr DISPLAY seems handsomer and more complete than ever before. We have reached the mills of the world for the best of woolens to make up UNO! for our six large stores. How successful we've been we will leave to you, after you have seen our Spring display. We cordially invite you to call and wander at your own sweet will through our great store and inspect to your heart's content the beautiful and most select styles of Clothing for MEN, BOYS & CHILDREN. If you are merely looking, all right, lookers are always welcome at our store. The more lookers, the more buy--1 ers. Looking brings knowledge, and I we wish everyone to know all about our ■ clothing. You will not be urged to buy anything, but should you desire to d. ( so, you will find every artible marked ' in plain figures, aud our prices we guar- |...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 6 May 1897

Spectator & Vindicator THURSDAY, MAT 6. • This paper has the largest cir- < i eolation of any Newspaper pub- i j lished in the Valley of Virginia. \ I The subscription list is open to ] I inspection. i The civil service laws might as well be repealed. They have no effect whatever when the hour for the departure of an official is at hand. A man who stabs himself to the heart now, can have his heart sewed up and recover. Soon there will be no chance of getting rid of ones enemies. Staunton has dispelled all doubt as to whether she can take care of a State convention. She has every essential, of hotels, hall, and the producer of democratic inspiration. Whatsoever may be the length of the Hon. Jacob Yost's memory as to many things, he is not forgetting friends who have been promised postoffices. The Warrenton Virginian publishes a story of a bashful school teacher being caught, and kissed by the girls in his school. Since the publication school teachers are said t...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 6 May 1897

Spectator & Vindicate. THURSDAY. MAY 6. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. This paper guarantees a larger circulation in Augusta county than any Newspaper published. 1 The subscription list is open to inspection. X BRIEF LOCALS. ley Wagon Factory at this place down for awhile. Smith has sold his livery stable emmer, who will take charee on i Democratic Committee will meet nd May 20 to select time and place ; the convention, ittention to the card of Dr, Prese specialaist, whose place of busii Hogshead, Hanger & Co. t. Ford died at Luray, Va., last the result of a fall in which his fractured. His wife was a near ex-President Tyler. The Grand Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows will convene in this city on May llth, and will be in session three James H. Warren, who was discharged from the W. S. Hospital here on April 23 as cured, was run over and killed by a train at Baltimore on Wednesday last. The Board of Visitors of the University of Va. have at last decided to cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 6 May 1897

; SPKNG NOVELTIES! We do not hesitate to say that the general voice of the public will accord us the risrhteous praise we have endeavored to obtain in placing before the people of thi# section the choicest products of the Looms, coupled with the highest degree of the Tailor's Art in Men's, Boy's and Children's WEARING APPAREL*. All the New Shades and Effects of THIS SEASONS FASHIONS, are to be obtained at such Low Prices, that for the price of one suit of former years, TWO can be had in place. The line comprises Blue and Black Serges, Fancy Cheviots in beautiful Designs, Worsted Suits in Frock and Sack, Trousers in endless variety Bicycle Suits at almost half price. A line of Fancy Shirts which will prove a sensa tion for variety in designs and low prices. Chil dren's 2 pair pants Suits and Cap to match at $5 per outfit, which must be seen. The Palmer Stiff Hat, in black and light brown, will be sought for as tha very prettiest hat of the season. Besides Straw Hats and Alpine Hats i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 13 May 1897

We Invite Inspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them that they will find it the largest of any paper Published.in this City. Hen Mil Oo's ______________■__■ SPRING DISPLAY seems handsomer and more complete than ever before. We have reached the mills of the world for the best of woolens to make np CLOTHING! for our six large stores. How success- , ful we've been we will leave to you, after you have seen our Spring display. , We cordially invite you to call and | wander at your own sweet will through our great store and inspect to your heart's content the beautiful and most select styles of Clothing for ]rou are merely looking, all right, kers are always welcome at our re. The more lookers, the more buyLooking brings knowledge, and wish everyone to know all about our thing. You will not be urged to buy rthing, but should you desire to do you will find every artible marked plain figures, and our prices we guar:ee to be lower than the lowest. ere's a feeling of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 13 May 1897

Spectator & Vindicator THURSDAY, MAI 13. This paper has the largest circulation of any Newspaper published in the Valley of Virginia. The subscription list is open to inspection. If there is any thing that will stink in the nostrils of the American people. it is the Anglo-Republican tea tax just laid on by the Dingley Bill. . * . It has been discovered that the air ■hips which have been seen in various parts of the country are laden with prosperity, and are travelling about !Qg their cargos, which consist dr. ) —■ * • 3untry is being ruled more and ' the British Lion. We thought he year 1776, we had got rid of t he has us more in his power an then. He is even taxing again. «—«—» idge ttrattan of the Hustings is solely responsible for the il condition of this city, it behini to right the wrong he has ted. and extricate the city from 38 if possible. If, therefore, the should find a little money could ed by holding his court in a he ought to hold it there, at lis is the tre...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 13 May 1897

Spectator & Vindicator THURSDAY. MAY 13. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. This paper guarantees a larger circulation in Augusta county than any Newspaper published. The subscription list is open to inspection. BRIEF LOCALS. We are indebted to the Hon. Peter J. Otey for a cppy of his speech on the tariff Thirty thousand new |Staunton city bonds were delivered to the purchasers on Tuesday. This issue will all be taken here. The Ohurchville Lodge of Odd Fellows was regularly organized last week. The number is 176, and J. S. Bare was ohosen noble grand master. Mr. Qtey O. Hulvey, of Rockingham Military Institute, has been eleoted commandant and professor of natural sciences in the Kentucky Military Institute, of Louisville, Ky. State Senator Chas. P. Jones, of HighPis reported will not be a candidate ection, and the Hon. S. H. Letcher o be an aspirant, ow is said to have added a tobacco to her other industries, and has inner population and now lias no empty houses. A yonng man named Fowell...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 13 May 1897

ililll MfflES! We do not hesitate to say that the general voice of the public Will accord us the righteous praise we have endeavored to obtain in placing before the people of this section the choicest products of the Looms, coupled with the highest degree of the Tailor's Art in n's, Boys and Children's WEARING APPAREL?. All the New Shades and Effects of THIS SEASONS FASHIONS, are to be obtained at such Low Prices, that for the price of one suit of former years, TWO can be had in place. The line comprises Blue and Black Serges, Fancy Cheviots in beautiful Designs, Worsted Suits in Frock and Sack, Long and Slim, Short and Stout, and Extra Sizes. Trousers in endless variety ! Bicycle Suits at almost half price. I A line of Fancy Shirts which will prove a sensa ! tion tor variety in designs and low prices. Chil- . dren's 2 pair pants Suits and Cap to match at $5 per outfit, which must be seen. The Palmer Stiff Hat, in black and light brown, will be sought for I as the very prettiest hat...

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