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?ledtte-stlHj Jan. 30, 1878
TOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIBS.
ti. & O.K. K. Time Tai.be.?On
aud after Sunday Nov. ImIi lt>77 traius
will arrive and leave Woodstock a?
Freight train leaves A. If. 9-J1
Passenger M " P. M. 1,41
Freight M " P. M. 2.311
Freight train leaves A. M- 10.1S
t ???enger " arriv?e P. If, 1.25
leaves P. M. 1.50
leaves P. If. '.?.06
is leaving at A. M. 9.21
9.05 respectively run on
Sundays. Mondays. Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays only. All other
trains daily Bandaje.
AU regular trains have passenger cars
Rev. Li. Ailegat?! s expected to
preach m Ibe If. E. Church S>uth. on
next Sunday mornins aivl ?ight.
Missing Key.? >V hoover baa the
bras* ki-y belonging the Reading Room
will please return it to Mr Coffman or
N. 15. Schmitt without delay.
There arv livug v.itli Colonel Mann
Spitler three old ladies,?-Ma mother,
mother ni-law and aunt,?whose aggre?
gate a,v is 201, au average of 88 years.
Thomas J. FitSalmons lia? been ap?
pointed postniastac at Strasburg. Shell
andoah count**, Va., vice Luther Hum.
Personal.?We are indebted to D.
S. Henkel. Esijr. House of Delegate I,
for a copy of Commodore Maury's Re?
port of Resources, Climate and Pro?
ductions of Virginia.
Increase of Population.?The
population of Edinburg and New Mar?
kt*. :s increasing very rapidly. The
sneriff ?ays thai be is determined that
the orders of the court shall be respec?
Robert ti. Hackaey, door-keeper of
the 30th Congress and long lesse of the
V. S. Hotel iu Washington, died in thai
city of paralysis on Wednesday last.
He was ? rt latir? of Frederick county. ;
Va. He was ??4 years (.l?i.
Fire Company.- The lire company
w 11 meet iu the Court House on Friday j
n ?ht ?.he first of February. The meet?
in.'wili be held immediately alter the,
military company breaks ranks. A full;
attendant*? i- requested.
A r been circulated that
dy.'tlura prevails in this place and that
one child had died of the disease. There
is no dypihvrifl hue. None of our
physicians know of a single ease. The
physician that attended the little girl
that died authorizes tu lo say that h?-r
d.s.iide ?a? uut dyptheria, or any col?
Revival.?An interesting series of
meetings is in progTt ss in Strasburg.
Under the charge of ll. V. L. Fox. pas?
tor of the If. ?. Church, South. A
number of persons have made profes?
sion of conversion. May the good work
3?EW Depot.?l'nei?. & O. Railroad
Company lias erected a new depot at
Strasburg, ai Cat?n's crossing. Th?.
buil.liug is convenient aud well arrang?
0 1, and the ?treel is. well graded. The
convenience to travellers will be as
??re-it as til I I by any town in
??? ??*? ? ?
Mi'Sical Concert.?A musical cou*
cert will he given by the Woodstock
feraaa Band, at Court House Hall on the
ng of the 22dof February. The
proceeds will be used in purchasing
Instruments. A hbvial patrouage ou
t ,e pan of - will be appreci?
Virginia Aokiccltcbal College.
?Attention is called to the advertise*
ment of the v irglnia Agricultural Col?
lege, at Blacksburg. Parties d
to attend tnis College should apply to
the President for catalogues giving full j
Information as to cours- of study, ex-'
Dr. ighSvrnphas been be?
fore the public for years, and is pro?,
nounced by (baus?n??)* superior to all
other articles for the cun ol Coughs,]
Colds, Inflnenaa and all Pulmonary
ArTEMi-r t*v Mi-Kiviti.-Ata wed?
ding atStar Tannery, on Cedai Creek,
while the ceremony was b? ing perform -
o 1. a sh'it was ??red through one of the
windows. The bride and
several ethers ware cot by piece? of
glass. The shot, it is supposed, was
flred by some one who had an old
grudge against the froom. Fortunate?
ly no one was seriously injured.
? ?? ??? ?
The Editor of the Vallnj enmmonts
upon the fact that we write pleasantly
and good humoredly. That is natural
with us ; but even if it were not, wc
would not have the conscience to add
one grain to the burden which our frit ml
now hears. II ? 11 ! rto >k to "go for"
a bashful speaker'at a pound party, and
that bashful speaker "pounded" the
Editor so severely thai his reaem
bianco to the boy, that undeitook to
fondle the hind foot of a mule, is easily
recognized. Our friend ni.iv not be so
Sind looking, but he has certainly
Improvement.?Mt, Jackson is now
laying sidewalks. It is an improve?
ment which will add much to the ap?
pearance of the place and to the convi n
ience of citizens. E'linburg, Mt. Jack?
son, New Market and Strasl.urg are all
getting ahead* of Woodstock. Tfc
will w.-.ke up sometime ami surprise the
valley by having good sidewalks from
one end of town to the other. W ould
it not be well for our council to require
the sidewalks ou the middle tqaarra to
be grailed aud paved during the present
year? On the W? si side of the street.
there are only three Iota which have
not goo? I pivemeuts. On the East side
there are Out .o W, Decides the church
lot. The council could make arrange?
ments to have this improvement made,
at v? ry little coat. Wo hope they will
uot n*j-lt*t >t longer.
Opium Eaters.?The reporter of
the Haunton Vindicator visited the i
drug stores of Staunton and publishes a i
very interesting account of tho progress '
of this fearful habit of opium eating. ;
One drug store sold, in one year, 79
593 quarter grain doses of morphine.
Every store visited reported an iucrease 1
iu the habit aud all were desirous of i
some general legislation upon the sub?
ject. The efleets of morphine arc more
serious than those of the intemperate
use of whiskey. Parties addicted to
the habit will frequently lie aud steal in
order to gel it. Without it they arc
miserable. Iu this place there are but
lew opium eaters and we are glad to
learn that our druggists report uo in?
crease iu the number.
New Bridge.?The citizens of
e,Hiieksburg, Forestville aud surround?
ing county held a meeting at Quicksburg
on Wednesday January 23d, for the
purpose ot devising some plan for the
construction of a bridge across the
North Fork of the Shenandoah Riv
erat Mr. Sam'1 NetPs mill. Dr. J B.
S'.rayer delivered a very appropriate
address, presenting the advantages
which would result from the bridge aud
iu-ing the inauguration of energetic ef?
forts for its immediate construction.
The cost of the bridge is estimated at
acknowledge the receipt of an invitation
to atteud on Thursday next, at the
"Grand Central Hotel" in Martinsburg,
W. Va., a graud complimentary ban?
quet given by the citizens of Berkeley
county to Col. J. y. A. Nadenbousch,
in testimony ot their appreciation of his
energy and public spirit in erecting in
Martinsburg such a large and fine hotel
as that of the "Grand Central," of
which he ia Proprietor.
We regret to learn that the dwelling?
house of Mr. Joshua Ely, near Inker
man. Hardy county, was ontirely de?
stroyed by fire with alibis household
goods on Tuesday list. How the fire
originated we are not advised.
Since writing the above we learn
that Mr. Lorenzo Walker, well known
by many of our citizens, who was resid?
ing with Mr. Ely, was so badly burned
in attempting to get aome papers out of
the burning dwelling, as to cause his
death on Wednesday night last.?.S'. B.
Death of a Minister.?Rev. John
(i. Wolf, pastor of the Reformed church
in this place from 1850 to 1858 died at
his residence in Lancaster Pennsylva?
nia, on Tuesday. Jauuary 22d. He was
an earnest and devoted Minister of the
I. His kind and genial manners
no less than his Christian deportment
attracted to him a warm circle of friends
He was aboul 76 years of age at the
time of his death.
For the Library.?Active efforts
are being put forth by the Young Meu's
Christian Association te secure funds
for the purchase of fifty or more vol?
umes of attractive reading to add to
their library. This is a matter that
well deserves the liberal aid of our peo?
ple. Nothing is more needed by our
community to give it greater moral and
social elevation than abundant inter?
course with good books. We do not
mean altogether religious books, for
many such are already in the library.
and are not the kind the committee
propose to purchase at present. Books
of Travels, Biography, and standard"
Fiction will first be secured as a germ
from which it is hoped iu time to rear
an extensive library.
To obtain the money for this purpose
there will be held at an early date a
festival and eiyster-supper, which we
trust will meet with the liberal patron?
age of the public. In the mean time
any funds for this worthy enterprise
?rill be gladly received by P. W. Magru?
der or IS. B. Schmitt. The Association
has not forgotten the liberal encourage- :
ment accorded it last summer, and!
would desire lo state that the bulk of
the money then tibtained has been ap- <
plied to the renewal of subscriptions lo
the various Magazines &c. to be found
in the readiug-room. What little re?
mains of that amount will be applied to
the cause now in baud- S.
The Receivership Of .he Bi.khy
vii.i.E Bank.?On Saturday last A.
Moore, Jr., who was on the 27th of
December elected by the stockholders ?
of the Bank of Berry ville its receiver, I
having received from the duly authorized |
agent of Um bank a deed conveying to
him the assets of the bank, together i
with the unexpired lease on the bank ?
building, called on the president of the j
"bank, Major Moore, for the keys, which '?
had been placed in bis charge uutil a
receiver was appomtcd, and upon the
refusal of Major Moore to surrender the
keys, he proceeded to take possession of
the bank-bnilding by entering through
Um window. The motion to dissolve
the injunction granted by Judgo Page,
of the County Court, restrained Mr.
Moore from acting as receiver of the
bank, was argued before Judge Turner.
! of the Circuit Court, at Front Royal, ?u
' the l?th instant, and after the eonclu
| sion of the argument, his Honor granted
the petition for a dissolution. On
Monday, while Mr. Moore was at work
in the bank, he was estopped from
(briber progreaa by another injunction,
granted by Judge Sherrard. of Winches?
ter. This case will be heard before
Judge Turner on Thursday, the 31st.?
Bauylan?) por January.?A fine
double number, full of tiny Chriettnaa
Storics and lovely Christmas Pictures,
all in big print, on thick paper, just the
magazine to teach babies to read. It
is only Fifty cents a year. D. Lothrop
& Co., publishers, Boston. Mass. One
of our exchanges says
"IfD. Lothrop k Co., of Boston,
publishers of Baby laud, could have seen
the joy the November number carried to
Ihe 'little man' who has tho privilege of
'taking' the copy that comes to this
! office, they would eloubtless iiavo felt
that their magazine for juvenile reader?
is the publication of all publications for
little eyes and e< rs. It is an 'institu?
tion' in families where there are small
Statement of Property
value o/ land, $770,012.0!', va
Personal Property, $203,1*2,
Taxes, $5510.77, Couuty, |?
County School $1005.08, District fc
$1005.09. Road taxes $223.72.
Tax $229.25, Total $10287.25.
Capitations 642, value of land, i
008, Pst?. Property, $195.080,
Taxes, $5574.36, County, 235
Count* School $1006.78, District Se
$1006.79, Road $502.10, Doj :
Capitatious, 622, value of land, ?:
915.63. Personal Property, felCC
Amt. State Tax. $.653,35, Couuty
$1528.06, Couuty School I028.0?.
trict School $628.08, Road $2207.34.
Tax $221. Total, $83C5.93
Capitulions 410, vaine of land. (
678.64. Value of Personal Prop
$140,938. State taxes $3617,41, c
ty, $1477.25. Comity School $57
District School $570.70. Road, $2>i
Dog Tax $150.25. Total 16673.87.
Capitations 626, value of land ??
495, Personal Property, 1204,204, ?
Taxes, $4450.77, County Taxi ?11?
Couuty School $610.26. District Se
$610.27. Road, $308.85, Dog $20.
DAVIS DISTKK'i .
Capitations, 616. Value of land
$537,116. Value of Personal Prop
$155,470. Amt. of state taxes $11
34 couuty taxes $1605.87. Cm
School $693.52. District School 16
52. Road $293.40. Dog Tax tl90
Total taxes in the county, $51,451
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Tur. Gkkai Umpire o? Tb?t
Error Chained by the Great I
LosoPHEK, J. N.?The Martin-burg
Va., Statesmen says; We had a pit
ant call on Tuesday from the dist
gnished philosopher, J. N. who is i
upon his annual tour throughout
United states, vindicating as of y<
the "true philosophy of government
its direct application to the comities
parties and the retroactive principles
justice to section? aud individual
There can be no question as tho la
that thc.philosopher. to ii?e it nauli
phrase, has got to the windward
those who were disposed to chcckin
his moves fifteen year- ago. They n
see that he is the only person we hi
who is able to "lift the veil" which i
hitherto appeared impenetrable, ;
who can close as with the wand c
magician the "bloody chasm." Pr<
deut Hayes hltnsell from the force
circumstances will be compelled to
as the mere executive of J. J?'s pliil
ophy. "for which he has ever
willing martyr since the firing on Ft
Sumpter. from the fad that presid?
Hayes being identified with the norl
em "stand point" has no issue of lit
to present to the brave and impovcr?
ed people of the South, who were ;
cordiugtoJ* N's philosophy equally
patriotic and sincere in their motive
the North. The triumph of brute foi
having settled nothing the end deman<
on the basis of truth, that equal hont
glory and pensions, must be mi It d i
to confederate and federal soldi?
J. X. will address his lellow-citizc
of Woodstock, at Court II"
Thursday evening F< b. 7th and at N
Market Feb. 8th.
The Domestic Monthly.?Pr
grcaa, indeed, characterizes lb
of this splendid magazine, as the Febu
ry number, being measurably in a
vanee of the January?the initial uun
ber in the present enlarged and il
proved form of the magazine. Its ii
reports of fashion, its fresh and reliai
Information concerning every ?v\ku
meut of dress, and splendid lllustr
lions, cannot fail to be specially d
lightlul to every lady reader, while i
fashion plate, to say nothing ofthc st;
lishtoilettes represented by it. is uu
questienablT the handsomest and mo
artistic of any ever seen in "any fa?lno
journal. The number opens with
comprehensive review of fashion, givin
a full account of all the prevailing un
forth-coming novelties in the fashio
world, which is followed by full an
explicit descriptions of the costumes r.
presented on the plate, and ol'ihc larg
number of individual garments for la
dies and children Illustrated. The n
mainder ofthc fashion matter is divide
into articles on Millinery, Coiffurci
Lingerie, Domestic Art, etc Twenty
two of its large pages are devoted I
fashion?an array not equalled by an
of its competitors, while every item <
information Provided is fresh, reliable
The Domestic Monthly is publisne
by Blake A Company, 849 Broadway
New York, at $1,50 pet year, ?"pecimt i
copies, 15 cents.
Accident.?We learn, that Mi
Stephen Price. Alma, Page county, me
with a sad accident on but Friday. Hi
?? was working at one of his chimneys.am
' it seems the scaffold broke. He fel
? and broke his thigh bone. About 31
?years ago, that limb was amp?tate?
just below Ihe knee, and i??w it it
i broken just above the knee. Dr. Amot
adjusted the fracture, and we learn Mr
Price is doing about as well as could hi
expected. ? She?. Valley.
Charles Lucas A<;A!.\.-La-i
j week we chronicled Charles as bent.
? whipped for stealing a pair of giovel
; from Mr. Rosenberger. but this did DO)
; satisfy Charles, who we doubt nut bai
\ bright Visions ot life in the penitentiary,
like others of Ids family. On Sunday
; night Charles daftappeared from tin
residence ot Mr. David Sbaull. on tin
; Martiaisbtirg pike, with a bay mare and
! pair pants belonging to Mr. ShauU'. I |
! to the time of going to Dnss, Otearles il
! ?till free.? Win, Setc$.
Upright and beautiful child sho \ - i
i its very expression (bat its Babyhood
; was not associated with Opinas, oordi*
! als, etc.?for the continued use of Op aim
; is antagonistic to health. That vnluabb
'? and highly recommended Remedy lor
?the disorders of Babyhood, Dr. Ball's
Baby Syrup, is absolutely free Irom
Morphia and all other dangerous agents
and can be safely employed at all time?.
Only 23 cent? per bottle.
The distinguished Meteorologist and
Weather 1'iophet, Professor Tice, of
St. Louis, has issued his annual nation?
al weather almanac for 1878, in which
he foretell.; the weather for every day [
in the year, explana the theory clearly
on which his pr?dictions are based,
gives directions by which the uus.cieiiti
lie can foretell the weather, and other
valuable matter. The whole constitu?
tes a work of great practical value to
evcry-one, and is almost mditpeiisible
to tanners For sample copy and
terms of sale to the tra ?e and to agents
! ci ms to
. Ti< B .v Co.
St. Louis, Mo,
TiieRegisteb in Winchester.?
The total amount of tax by the bell
punch since about the 1-t of October
last up to the present time Is 11.185.94.
Commission? r Walt, r s:?_\ s under the old
system it was $1,400 per annum, and
. tho cum nt year the
ravenno from this source will 1)2 n
!.'. 0.? fTt'ts. X-> .
A Gi.Mi.i. Hint.? In our style ofcli
mate, ?.tu its sudden ohanges .?I tem?
pt ralnn, rain, wiud mid Banshiaeolten j
intermingle in a riu-ric day.? it ?i no
wnii'i r t!, il i n. hi?mis und
i< ! .ti. n rpieully liken from
; by neglected colds, hall the
dehlhs resulting directly irom this
cause. A buttle ol Boschee's German
Syrdp kepi si out your home for ?mine
li-He u-c trill prevent leri?nj lickntM
,i large doctor's bill, nnd perbap,
tleiiih l?j the use of three or fjord ???
For earing t onsa i [.ti oi, Hera
orrhsges Pncoruonia, 8vvere Coughs
Cronpor sny disease i?l the Tbr??sl o"
Lull's, il- -ine as is simply wotelerfu"
sa yoar drag ?si will tell you. Germa
Syrap U no? sold m every town an
village on this continent, Sampl,,
bottles for trial, 10c : reg l.r size. Toe
For sale by Dr. D. l>- Carter ? ti
Schmitt, Woodstock Va.
Any One Troubled with a Cough
or Cold, Uiroat, breast, or lung trou?
bli. n ill avo nu h lUlT?. in* and risk
by the timely oso of "Dr, Bwayne's
Compound Syrup of Wild cherry." an
old and well attested remedy. For weak
lungs, broncl lis, : rvot debility, it is
uncqaalli J at a tonic. Being tne favor?
ite prescription of one of Philadelphia'*'
most eminent physicnns.it can be nil....!
on. Sold ?'\ leading druggists, In
Woodstock, at the drug-store of Dr. 1). <
D. < arter.
Fon Su k l'y. Nervous IIeadai m .
costive liai it, inactive liver, and toward
off malarial li vt rs "Dr. Swaync's Tai
and Sarsapnrilln Pills" are very i ffec?
live. Tin ; Lly, without any
griping or unpleasant sensation what
evt r, leai lug no l ad ? fleets, as ;
casi with Hu -m::-- or calomel. I'r. -
pareil only by Dr. Swayne ?V Son, Phil?
ad.'1? iiia. and sold at 25 cents a box b*.
Dr. J). 1?. Carli r. Woodstock. Va., and
Fresh Seeds Hi rt liable
house of D. L m Ir l'.i ?v S ma jusl i -
r _-". cts.
J). SCH MI II.
Seeds uv Mail at regular retail price
". ; n .-. Ill ;
i ... -i s. i - un W. Wearer
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On Monday, I the i ?idi nee ol
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In Hie Ii sa ol th - i ..? i.ml ai .1 spilgbi
friend? have ?uffen -i .1 deep
:i. 01 an amiauli aud ?ffectiooj
: m 1 ualita, lier la*?
itiani and ?nb i
spirit. II tir-t, tli IB was wry r:
iml?ve t'. bar, ii.it an? i ward? ?he eapceaaed
a uc.in- t'. -.i', li- r s . II
win. died ... w-ial yeaara to. The i??r oi death waa
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THE ATLANTIC FOR 1878.
Serial atavias bjr W. H. Bi?hop, Henry Jame?
Ir. ami W. D. Ilrwells;
abort s orlo? i,y r n. ?Uriel?. BoaeTtrr* Conk?,
Couatanes F. Wonlsou.J. ?. IVForeet, and other
aketcha* and Kssays by Mark Twain ?oil Chaa.
rlpUooa of Foreigo life and tiarfl by w
W. St o>, 1. 1). AU,i,|i,audC. K. Norton.
Stadial from French, German, and l'.ug?sh
book? by Uenry .laru.-s, Jr. W. D. Howell?, Harriet
W, 1 r. --in, and others.
1 ? ia- ! > M liitti. r, Longfellow, ?ud Uolnif*.
Itattera of Artistic and niUHical interest.
Th i-1- atrtbotot*' lui', nnive ?ally popular.
I iie Atlantic portrait OS Wliittier, ? com an. n
P ?traita of Bryant and Longfellow.
T. UM.- i.F IHK ATLASTTIi . -Ingle number?
S! canta Yearly nuo-eription, S4.no postage free;
v.ith Uta ?i*e pa t ?it of Whittle , Bry?Bt, or Long
faltuw, fsVSv, with two portrait?, ?6.U0; with all
t:.r. t | rt Bita. $7 U?.
-1-..I Til. OFI El! ?The November ?nd Pecem
bar unmbera of the Atlantic, containing poems by
UhlttuT and Ixiugfellow, and the eonimeucenent
f Air. Ili.-hop'? uew ?erial ?tory, "Detmold." will
be mailed friste ?Il new aubscriber? to The At?
lantic for IS78 who remit their subscriptions to the
pabliahi ra before December 15.
KemataHCH oy mail should be ?eut by a money.
, r.l? r. .1: ift ou New York or Hoston.or registered
letter, to H.o. Hoiighton k Co;, Uirerslde Pre**,
Cambridge, Ma??. l>ec. I8th?tf.
II. U. Hoir: ir ros A Co. Boston;
H run & Hoi uiiToN. .New York.
|" ? ? ? p ?> ? P f?
To the Working CI???.?We ? e now prep?re.l la
lamiah all ol?esi? with constant employment at
b.rr.e, lbs ?h .le of the time, or for their ?pare
:.. BnatnaaB new, light ?nd profit?ble.
ther sax aaailj earn from ."0 cent? to
f.'. per evening, and a proportional ?um by U.vot
Ing their whole time to the bu?ii..'i?. Boy? and
girls earn nearly Ba nm.-has nien. That all who
? nd ihelr ?ddre??. ?nd tr-t
the bolineas ?re aiake tbls auparalleled oaTer ; To
.! -:',. I we will ?end oui-dol?
lar to pay for the troabtaof writing. Full |?rti
colar?, sample? worth several dollars to enataaenc*
. ?nd a copy ,,f Rome ?ml Flre?ide, one ,.f
? -: and bes) 11 lu-' atad l-uMic-.ti na, all
by mail. Header, if yon want nerraanent,
profitable work, addn Imana * c*:
Mame, Feb. IS?ly.
b< n ! I r? I listing between
P. w. Prese It and J. J. Ktonehuruer, under the
U & Btonebainac i? tbi? d?y
. >.y mntnal coaasnt.
J. J. stonebomer having purchased the entire
? f D. W. Preaontt, all el titas du.-the Ute
firm must be settled ?it'iJ. J. Stone-burner F.diu
I . . PRESCOTT.
J. J. rjTONEBUKXEB.
N ( ) T ! ( I :.
iTing teenred the ?ervice? of
lent bemist, takes pleasure la tnnana?
lug to the public that be ?rill continu- tii.i manu
I si .i.d under the
latyUtofthe Virginia Fi-itfiiiiug com
J. ,1. STOXEBUBXEB.
Apr. itb.?tf. Edmborg, Va.
QEORCE PACE & CO.
ft a***90S3ll sr? U?TUBO, ?o.
Fattr? ?'i.i'l.iMcA' Million irv Knicino*
?nl.-nl t iiH-ulnr Saw M il Im,
i- QaMtf, Wulor A Raaaas ?illl?,
: ?.eist St ITunr .Will*. Wntar
Wheel?. MiingT,-. Itetrre-1 ?fc
- -.,?ii<\?irlilritc Wnchlni-ry,
I.mite Knir-ry When-la ana
Orin?lerH,rinwH, Mill Niipnlleti.elr.. Af.
MM) *OB CATAJAKJIJE ?V FRIO-S.
A MONTH-Aeeii!? wanted even'.
h .re. rln?luea? li*narabl*and Ami
Isa*. Partirai*!*? nt fr,-,-. Address
.1. WOKTrl .t to.. Si. I-oiill.Mo,
DR. BUTTS' DISPENSARY.
n>jasr<ag nsalj i ?ai?.*** */?Wr*aj aWCM
. /m 31 i.",r? hi. jutt BMStMAsg tt.-'i rnltiobtt
? II . win. M'irri'fgr and ?JtBaBM njt*. AVy., o
. 4.-.I; fie**, anS ?am^rou? Knymxinift #r*f I
, ?ej/srtse.ereSBersas^ .
i woman and h.r <j:i,...., I
I Marnai?, Ua dut:.-, anil ob
, I .lac,ri, wb* and how to
AND , clioo?*, Beproduetlon,
? Childbcaring and Barren
? ne??, r?i..<-, and ctirt?. A
II..M?k for ta* marrud. Iho**
ai! lni.nf <l.?iM, Mih?ir ph?*l**l mlirlilmn. PrieX) cl?
A pnrVAT? ?tiDlCAi ADVISEE on Ih? Dl?.?*
otliir Vrinirr and Reproiluctiv? Organ,. Privat* Dia.
ci??*. Seuimal Weakr.es?. Impotence. Alt.rtlrn.i.1
'S'Kidney, and Bladder. Ailn-.to Youn* aten on
Abu*..ote,. Generative Ort.na. ?nd tbr be?*, utim
?ge***. I'rb'.lpuhli.hid. Price H* cla.
e#-Both bo,,k.. rort inng o?, r 4." |.?ge* ?nd numer- .
11,, i-v-r?v:i,?,, wnt uno?-r.e?i tu any ?ilnr... on r^clpt
m::.M, MBDICAL ADVICB on S.iual and Chrome
:,im, t-,.r,irrt?n-,n. Ail.lr.?., Pr. Butta
Diipcnaarr. No. ?SBf. Sth atreat. St. I.oul?, at..
1 IM K .
r- Boa?'Tlrsinkt SthaalInn. Beautifully
flow? fret-ly doe? not corrode the pen. r.bl
CO N S V M P T I V E S.
The advertiser, having been perm?ntly cored ot
tliat dread di?e??e, Con?umptlon, by a ?imple rem
| edy, in ?nxioti? to make known to hi? fellow suffer
-r? the m?ansof cure I'o all who desire It, be
! will ?end a eopy of the prencnption used, ilreo f
( charge,) with the dlrectio a for preparing ?ud ns
hag h- taaaB, which they wttl find a sure cure for
i eoiiKiimplion, Asthma, Bronchitis, fcc.
Partial wishing the prescription will please addreae
Lev. t. A -WI .SOS,
1?4 I'eun St., Willianisburg, Mew Jfork
Van Ev.rcn Fnrnice, 5ov. ?th, 1877.
1* AU partie? are hereby forbidden Is hunt
with dog, npoa this propeity or camp in aoy of
the cabin? or bu?ding?. FBASS KINO.
ILLUSTRATED PBI0Z1 CATAL03UE'
a ?. nty-ftv-> nage??3<K) Illu?tration?, with de
Usof tbOtaavadt of the best Flowers sud
ligitab'e? in th) worid, and the way t i grow
th"m? all for a \w> i ent postage ?tamp. Prfisai
in Otrman and I ngllsh.
Vick s 1 lower and \cjretahle fiarden, .'0 cent? In
.er? ; In elegant cloth covers, fl.'-O
V ek'l III i-ratcd M -nt til t M?|.'?/ine.?:H pagea.
filie Illiist ?ti'.n?, ?ml Colored ITa'e lu every
iiiunbiT. Price St.!) ? ye?r : Five copies for |5,i?J.
Addres*. JAMEs VI K. I oche*ter. N. T.
\ I rom] t tad ???itire remedy in ?II chronic
di?e***?rf tie'? V, -ruti UUdder ?n.l K
Dec, ilt?-f.nio. Sob- Aft.
The J'one?' Ventilsl^d Truaie? ?nd SiiprKirters
?re the K?Me?l. ^?f^?t ?nd It? ?t in tl.. u, tld. Now
ou eahib. laa and for Hie by
Dr. I). D.CART5H
A MBVf HAND wai?o.s rtJD
\ M.I'. rilF.AI-. A rare bargain. For partie
ulai a apply at lui* otEi e.
i-l i| i( I in'! be mide by every ?gent ever)
,x . ',I.Jiu uitb in the biKli.rs? we luroiab, but
- willing to work c?u easily ears ?
I .liar? a day light in their owu localltle?.
. r ' on t i rt-ilaln here, lluslues? ple???nt
; norabls. .Vornan, ?nd boy. ?nd girl? do
laassaa. Wewlll Inmish you s complete
(ne. 1 he liinin?-,? pay? better than any
We will lrf.?r eanast ta of starting you.
ulsra free. Write ?ud ?ee. Farsner? and
nt,-? tiielr ?on? an i daughter?, and ?II
in need of paying work ?t home, ?hoald
o u- ?ml lesi u ?Il a out the work at once.
ou. u.iu t delay. AdJre?? i rae k I'o
SJalM. Feb. 15?ly.
I amp tutn.e^ I ni*ee*, Brae?* Utenaesrtrmor
Jporler at Carter'* Drug Mnr?,
HUGHES & BURNER
GUISER, AULTMAN AND
nnmimnM n?inriu am iinnipnn
Wilson Sewing Machines,
Machinery and Repnln?.
COI M AND WHEAT.
Give us a call at the Town Hall
in Woodstock. Va. We guarantee
satisfaction, in quality and prices.
CTARDWARE ! HARDWARE
I have now a targe and genera! stock
HOES, HAKES, Ac.
selected with caretrom tne manlkac
runiaa, which 1 ?ball be pleased to ?how
l?> hII ill want ol inch goods.
I am receiving *
N EW GOODS
every week, end shall try to keep sll
goods In my line, thai are needed by my
mistomers, and ibe public;
.)ny S?u. UKO. BA1LT.
MUM M \RV RElU.Yha-vommeiicen
ib*' antas Making business in Wood-1
?toek, and is preparad to cut. tir. und!
make dresses ?u
THE LATEST STYLE.
?be keeps constantly on battu ?full sup?
ply ol tue tatest patterns which she wii?
tariitsb on application. (Umfldeal tbai
-he can ?jive iatiaiactlon. siio Invites i
-bar jot th?' publie p ill?,naife, at tl.e
residenceol lier father, opposite thatoi
Mr. LC.Kulcsley. Price*moderate.
Sep 10?cl. .
I have the largest ???ortment of cigar? m town,
and th? heal fur the money to be ha?l anywhere.
2 for 5 eta
rraaSmok r. No Brand
icapoaa, ..... i.:i>.
.1 <???. C for 25 eta
Star r.ft: ? Weft, - ? - On Hand.
I'lr .1.1 Fnniai, - - - NanUiloi.
Sale fjr 3 eta.
Hruga, Klg.ro, I.ittl? Roa?.
t for 23.
All tatte? i an be suit?*). Call and try,
lune 27- tf B. 8? HMI IT, Dnigal??.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES!
:\ lull Slack of
FALU WINTER GOODS
has inst been opened and wlll^be sold a
I) R Y G 0 O D S, G R O C E R I E b
Boots and Shoes
HATS, CAPS, Ac,
All will be sold at very low price?.
Boots ?un! Shoes cheaper than ever. Call
nul examine tlieru.
II. LOGAN ?CO.,
East of Welsh s Hotel. Woodstock.
NOW IS YOUR TIME
BW.iilXT 4 SOS have, the largeat, and mMl
beautiful, a? well a? th? ehea|ieil ?ml dx-?t
ever ?em In the c.nuty. Ju.t call and ?ee their
.lock, and you will be convinced of the fact' A
mil and complet? ??-ortment of Jewelry of the
u*.tN>.|t?l Hi.Id. aud al price? tint cant fall ???
gira aalt?farii.'ii t?. all.
iiavtug Itie ageiu-y for the principal mamila.
tens?, I will ?ell ?U the Annri.au Watch-? ?t the
r-gular factory price?.
R0U6KRB A BROS,
irtmin- Si ver plat??!
TABI.F A!?D TEA' SPOOLS,
Castors, Forks #e?,
atway? mi hand
IVatcliCM, t hut??, and Jewelry
?-at.-fully rej.il.nl and warranted. Special alteu
tl.iu given t.i line Watch??.
Jan? ") -tf.
$?a>f**-?a*a*ai. net ea?lly ?-?rned in the?* time
It / Lit it c?b be m?d? In thrte rnonth?
I I B by ?ny one of either mi. in any
part of the country ?hi u willing
n work ?te?,lily at the employment that wa fu -
l?h. |i?C per we*? lu your own t.w i. You need
ot be aw?y from boat? over ulglit. V'ou ran give
nr whole limn -n the work, or only yoor ?pare
maul.. We have aganta who are making over
per ?lay. All who engage at one? can make
ney fad. At th? present I Im? money cannot
road? ?o easi'y and rapidly at any other bnaiaau
'???its n .thug to try the buciana. Term? and
Oratnt free. Addre?, at one?, 8. lUiLarx S Oo.
Hand. Maine. A??, I?t. 'T7-.1t
J.ESTEY & COMPANY,
Our raw Organ, Mprsjwl*- designed for .Sunday School?,
Chapel -, etc., is proving a
Be aura to -md lor full descriptive Catalogue before
purcliaalilg am othor.
1 URGEST WORKS (Of THE KIND) ON THE GLOBE
Hi -inn.ci l ululogue sent free.
Caller's Dm Store.
MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.
Dr D D. Carter, Proprietor
Drugs & Fateut Medicines,
OILS. PAINTS, DYE STUFFS,
SO IPS AXD PEKFIMEHY.
ESSENCE ? EXTRACTS.
CLASS, PUTTY, AC.
BRUSHE?, STATTOXEKV k TOII.ET AfiTIi'I JC8,
Alao a fine ?took of
?at? ax ?a- . m. ?R. -ms ,
TOBACCO, SIVTJFKS, <5cO,
FRENCH ?V COMMON CANDIES,
ftc. Ac. ftc.
All g.ioU? guaranteed a? represented an.I
Prescripti.ns accurately compounded at all
Thaufcing the public f' r pafM patronage to the
?ate A. in, I ...licit a contintiatim ol the ?ame
d.d. abi :rt. M. D.
W OFFICE AXO BESIDENtt n xt
Drug Ktoro. Call? pr.iu ily ?tt> -inie't t.. at all hour?.
?Say*? rJurgeiT ? Specialty, jfot
Aug. S. '77- lvr
WAR ! WAR
19,000 Troo,?* Quartered In
TOWN OF EDINBUR6.
R. W. BURKE in Command.
Having fought sue. ? ll biffc pn.-e?
for the past two years, we are encouraged SS con?
tinue the battle, and in 0C4**f lo 11 M went on to
THE EASTERN CITIES
and recruited our ranks by purchasing the cheap?**
and ruoat carefully ?
BELE, TED STO< K OF G0OD8
e-et offered In tl.is vicinity. Our stock coutlata
of full line? of all gO'd? usually X< \A lu
which we ae uffcring at price? that aUonlih the
native?. 1'er?. n? wishing ti buy good? will Sud
it to thi-ir ?merest to
Call und sec us.
We tender our thank? to our customer? for their
patronage in the past and li.pe by fair dealing
and strict attention to btsiue?? to merit a con
t.nuance of the ?ame.
JJ*"AU kinds "f omutry produce taken in ex?
change for good?.
K. If. LAXTZ ft CO.,
Ifaj 16?tf. Eiliubtirg.
P. fi.?We would c?pecially call Ue attentiinof
the public to our
VERY CHEAP STOCK
Best Brown cotton? 5 to 10 cent?
" Bleached ? S to IBM "
" Printa 6\ to H "
'? DomestUOeigham? 10 to U\ "
ladie? corset? from 60t? |i.76.
line ladie? ?ilk tie? from 10 to 7}. Floe lateet ?tyle?
" Balmoral?" |l.?>0'olJ0.
" Gaitera " H.soto 11.50.
Flne?t asaorimeut Queeniwar?, at gnat'y reduc?
ed uricea. 0'.as??are Vi HY cheap. Fruit ?taada ]
25c Pal', Hat? and C?ps all prices.
Ietter paper? and Bara'opea in bota*, in ?rre?t
JfUWtt, from 15 ?Is. i p. CaH ?I UAttUELl' k
80S and see them.
Cap, Letterand v. te Paper, 1,-gaI Cap and Bill
paper wi'.b a full line of I a-taaaaaa, b.nght di?
rect from Hi? manufacturer, which we can ?ell
?eiylow, atUt i.dlxi A ?JOB1 Book ?ore.
H lank B?.ok?, Mematsi ?1 im and Pau book? of
?T?ry T?rletr, at BAMQKI.T k s.ivs fl.K.k and
C'amlly Itsble?, Pocket Bibb ? and Testament, in
A great T?nety, and at toe low-,?! price? at
BAKGELT k mra
Rodger? Ware, ?u<li as caster? comniiwlou ?et?,
Spoon?, Fo k?. But er Knives ke. which will
be warranted Oen lue, a? w? buy direct front
K<>dger? ? Bo. and ?re sure t-. g--t tin? pur?, at
Mlscellanrom book? in li're rarietr, Scott
Hickei.a UlW, Mtihlback, Y.uiug, tlgnllar
?." ?Iso Lake Hide Library, and the ?taudard
Puet?, t'gettier with si author? of ah?
day, at publisher* price? at rlAUGKLT k
BookM . in.?tf.
Hew Totecco Store
la rir inrrll n tt"1i tat rrgslai Wine-.. I will
keep for ?ale
I00TCII sMEE. Bad
of ?i.>?lle*it analtty. A trial K the lovtra of the
id I? ?o'.tifted, \,>T 7-.1?,
Vulcanized Rulbti in eta y Cijiicewabt*
Form. Ad'tpUdto Untttnti Ut?.
Any Article Under Four Pounds
W eight eaa bl ?jent by Mail.
WIND AM WATER PROOF
garment? a specialty ,/i.r Cloth sarfae* Coat
combine? two garment? tu one. fo: stormy
wrath--, it I, t Perfect Water Proof, and in dry
NEAT AKD TIDY OVERCOAT.
By a p.-ciiiia- price??, the rubber 1? put beeweea
til- two cloth ?.irface?, ?:,nli prevent" sroslnag
ting, even in Um le tu-t, ?mist?. They ?r?
..irec color??Blue, Black *Bd-Bro?ni.
AEE LIGHT, PORTABLE, BTBOM
\\ e are now offering them ?t the extremely low
price of $10 each suit I'M-paid to say addreM
u? ,u r.-> i-ipt Bl price.
When ordering ?ute ?it* around cheat, over
Reliable partie? ,'e?iring tone* our good?, caa
send f.r our Trade Journal, giving description ef
our leading article?.
Be sure and get tUe Original'Ooodyaar'a Steam
? d for Illui-trate-l pnolitt of oar
(. ele'n; ?ted Pocket Gymnasium.
lfarcb 29?6mo. C.07 Broadway,
P. O. Box. SIM. X.'w York City
View of Marriage ?
--~~ y Onide U WsdlrSk ?nd
Trrsii*? o* IB.
i.l" St Oi.r-.o,-- ?ud IB*
_ ....... .1... iintl tor It - th* SS
a N 0_ ?'?fJ^ ? ret. rf Reproduetvro and
h? Di**a*ea of Wsaaaa
A U- . tor p'iTtta, r?r?M.
? t-r-al.nt SSJ psgr?. Pris*
ri?D?AL ADVISER! .
.?>rJer*ol ?Pri-.lic Sfi.tur* ?r..iB| Irom Self
AbuM. Bree?*e*. or S.cret Diicase*. with th. east
A CLINICAL LFCTUP.E oh ah.,?* dl****M ?si
? m the Thre?t.i .1 Lung?. Cata.ro,Buptur?, ?.
Op urn Habit.xr .
lit po.-p.nli,? -?-.? [>t Steine*:??'..' ?:tt.
l-e'?,|,|?,? V,lp?t- ?. t-,l:.,Sl ? i! u.iratrd. ?or TI eta.
AddreM DB. BUTTS. No. la N. Ma si. St. L*uie. als.
. Prit at. aalnr?, nmi?o. ?*???, j sk.se* w t*?s*?Jsat
of ?v., Bm hernias! W?ka?*? r?'"**< ?aslssass)*.
Lw ?T Memory. I?pslr.*l ???hi, U*t BU*h*sd?
IsaMteacT. Vrta?. bekMltj. pjna**??i?? ,?.1 ?aaa
?f iLaUUaaaM-. Kl*?*) a, Liter, ta?*s?a. i?U>*??. f?*?**.
?f iTU UlaalaaM-. lit*.*)*, Liter, Lsas*W. aasSaa?. Caasst,
piua. all Cknm? DBaaaa. 13 f IBE AJstTa? ?V rtll??
rWM u> ?b maunl. Dr (Ml. hm Ud? BB-Un. nsari****,*a4
MM>k*r*Maa?fsU. H.W* paaaa? af IB* Sa? ml smml,
WUmaiuT). kaatk* l*val?*b,li Ik* V. S LABHCSw
?alriat tminwl wuk sstvat? **??? ??? ??**?. ?II ? wat?. Be
ij ,?n,la? f.? [?lie sn4 ?S.? mt Im ? *- ?/ BakSW
?ovi? ?a. eU--ol?r of hnaorlant launa**., ay ?xsm*. B*BV>
OLIV? t?mm Pila |i pw Sa?. Cmaluiti* *?*.
?a* aBsMI* ami *f be*a nrna, a. all Bam af a (riraw ???a.
V?l??M4a?rl.a I* Ik* smth.? aa4 Mum mWHuaaj aurnws*
BwUM Uallby ac4 ualj kawr/ la Ik* ?MW.I ?tefa. 1st
t*4/ ???14 |*l tla b*ak. Fib* M esa?, I*my ill?? tmaak
sjk M f- PHEwIlM FATCH ASD CHAIJ-a
m* gl Ik.I i li i with ?veryorder. Ott
IS? I ?afH free. J b OsjrWrd ACo..Ctuc?*-o,U.
aad aorptiia?HaoM-W*i*wlya*4 iingly
cwaal. NlalmiMpasBaliy hi/am
GOLD PLATED WATCH RM. Chsspss?
lath? known world. Awaeti S***-? />*? a?
Trout ? McLean.
Attorneys At ?Law
Solieitors of Patents snd Claims,
\o 820 F Str et, Cor. of* .* i a i h
(Opp. Patent Oflca.)
f'ffer their profeeelonal aervlcee to Invento?* la
obtaining latents. CsvesU, Design Pateo*?,
Trade Mark rateut?, Copyright, Relseuss, he.
Kxaminatloat carefully made and advloa girea
Fair, except a? to actual expeua* lacorrsd.
RpecUl attention given to the exaraiaaMoa and
prosecution of Claims.
Specimea eopie? of our regalar PobUcatioa, th?
Capitol Bulletin, aud Inventor's Osxetteer, eeat
free on application. HubecripUou (l.Oopse year.
I have for ?ale at *my hill", (three mile* North
West of Woodstock
fluorine WeatherWdi ng
of excellent quality, warranted to glv* satlsfaetto*
I am also preparrd to dre?? floonug or other laav
u*r on abort notice, and upon reasonable ernta.
Mauhood- Hew Lost How
Just pnii'iislied, a new editloa of itr.
I'uiicra.-li'? Celebrated Essay ?.n th*
radies) eure (aithout medKln?) of
Mperuaawrruoes or oeinmal. Woakues*. IavvSEB
t.ry Hewlual Losses, Imi?. teu.-t. M*ut?l tod Hhy?
?leal lacspaclty, ir*p*niro*al* to Marriage, et..;
Baaaapttaa, Koilepsy and tila, indac?d by
self-lndnlgeuce or win*, extravagance, Ate.
Lfltice, in a sealed en v? lope, only ?it cent?.
The celebra! >d author, lu thi? admirable Kaaay.
clearly de-nonstrate*, from a thirty year'? ?ncoee?
ful practice, that th- alaranlng coaseqaeaeea *f
?ell abuse may be radica ly cored wlthott th*
^angerou? use of int. rnsl medicine er Ute appSca
tasa of the knife; pointing out ? mods of care at
once simple, certain, ?nd effeetoal. by means of
which 'very aufferer, no nutter ?bat his cnngttlssj
m?y be, m?y cure mnnelf cheaply, privately, .ad
IVi hia Lecture ahould he in the hands of every
yonrh and every man in the land.
Hcnt nnder?eal,ins plain envelope to ?ay adg
resa post-paid oa receipt of sli centa or two poet
Till: ( ?I.VKRWK1I. Mkiik-.m. Co.
41 Ana St. Ne? ?orl.,Po*t Offle? ?ox, 4riW(l
Errors of Youth.
a OK MI. I M AN who ?tiffered for y*sr* from
/m Nervona Debility, Pretnstare Oaoay, sod all th*
effect* of yontaful In jucrelk-n will, for the ?ake of
?tiffering hnmaalty, send free to all who Dead tt,th*
recipe and direction for unklug the simple retuady
by which he was cured. Pufferen wishing to proSt
by the adv* Us?e'a eilienei.ee ?sa do ao by adir?e*.
ing Inperfect con?dcnoe,
OH!f B. OtiDKX, 41 Cedar St.. KevTorg