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SilXAEDO AH HERALD
Wc?asMsUaf i?K antis 187?.
TOWN AND OO??flTY AFTAIBj^
W. & 0. l?. R. Time Table.?On
and aft? Monday June lOtli, 1878.
Trains v? ill arrive and leave Woodstock
as follows :
Through Freight Arrives A. M. ....
Leaves M 7.51
Wav Freight. Arrives P. M. ?...
Leaves M 2.15
Passenger Train Arrives " Ml
" Leaves ?? 2.0o
Way Freight Arrivai A. M, .
Leaves M 11.2?
Pass? D -er Train Arrives P. M. 2.05
?? Leaves " 2.30
Through Freight Arrivai P.M. ..
?t ? Leaves " >--J
Through freight runs Mondays, Wed?
nesdays and Saturdays only. All
freight trains have passenger cars at
Ueuuiois.-I expect the Rev. W.
Y. Cline tf preach for me next Sunday,
. i-t. both at Bethel aud Union
IL 1?. Breed, the telegraphic operator
at Harrisoaburg, baa decamped with all
the money he could lay his hands on.
Accident.?A wagon tun over Mr.
Harbaugb, on Cedar Creek, last Wed
lay, breaking one o? his legs. Dr.
Campbell rendered surgical atteutiou.
GROCERIES??Mr. W. C. Barrou has
on hand a tmenloffteab gro
il be soldat the lowest
?, - - .. ii ment in an
t?rof. Julius D. I reher has been
it of Roaboka College,
V ...ami Rev. IL C. Holland, ol
town, West Va., viccpresi
. : [no Corn.?On last Thursday,
stealing com from the
M . i; ;. Fravcl, of this place.
1 not care much about the corn,
v inU tu lind out whether the
?..y is really in toree.
La ROE C'AHUAOE.-Mr. A. Jackson
. ? cultivator efj
, . ijc. Ile !;;is furnished us a
..neu which sustains his reputation.
. . -Attention is called to
ifMessrs. Danner &
r, who are agents for some of the
Bold in this market.?
j are prepared to furnish good arti
larantectl to be as rep
Sent to iiii^ Pexitextiary for
Like.?W. S. Douglas, who murdered
I Hiner, the mail-carrier, in Grant
v, W. Va., some lime ago aud es
- recaptured in Texas,
? ?<! to imprisonment for
ad '. ? . i in the West Virginia
... - k.?Four bead of Mira y
. ou the tara of Mr. B.
1'. ,\ .iboutlour weeks. They
and are described as fol
: (.hie dark bull, one white heifer
bell on, cue red heifer, and on?
[ heifer with some light spots about
the flanks. The owner or owners can
-.'..i.-m by applying to Mr. Newman.
Improved.?The appearance of the
yard in front ol the Methodist Church
a been much improved
? i o?' neat fence. A
lamp upon the street immediately in
fr ?nt of the Church door is much needed.
Well Presebvjed.?Twa gentlemen
of this place, undertook to preserve a
acket a few clays age. They suc
led remarkably well and one of
. informa us that he is willing to
. m upon that bucket's
Cut color; and ?fit docs
Ii? '.vill pay the owner for it.
? SUCCESBTTJL FlSIIKRMAX.?Next
to making long Bahing poles nothing
n Tiniinas so well as to be
.?ii g along the river trying to catch
and turtles. Last week, he made
:1 haul, the eel measured 35
. r. igbed 4 pounds, and the
_';? I -I pounds. ,TIe?was old,
but Tom relished that meat and declares
It was the best that has been
still. Improving.?The overseer of
- is improving the crossing between
the Court House and jail. The well,
? id of being an eye-sore will be
made an ornament to the centre of the
town. It is a good work aud deserves
the hearty approval of all our citizens.
; s.?The meeting at the coi
: church, in this place, is still in
progress. A large number cf rcnitents
Lave been at the altar, many of whom
have made a profession ?f religion. The
ngs are largely attende?! by both
and eolorcd people.
llKi.Hiiof s Notice.?A meeting uu
d r the pastoral charge of liev. L. Fox,
will begin on Saturday night, Septem?
ber 7th, in the grove, opposite the toll
, near Tom's Broek, and continue
over Sunday. The public are invited
to com- prepared to remain all day,
-y, M there will be services in the
morni?ir, afternoon, aud evening.
There will be a meeting of the Direc?
tory of the Y. M. C, A. on Monday
evening, Sept 2d.
As this is the last meeting of the Di?
rectory before the Aunual Meeting for
the election of officers, a full attendance
is earnestly requested.
W- II. Newman, Sec'y.
<tuent to Crop.?Mr. Harrison,
residing near N'ewtown, had bad luck
with his wheat. The rainy weather
d imaged a porLon of the stacks, and
UaMShlng the good and injured parts
separately, he stored both in the cheese
factorv house on his farm, the damaged
wheat being placed in a room above the
souud wheat. Ill luck still following
hii?. the floor gave way, precipitating
the bad into the good and commingling
them together. The damage to the
house is considerable,--JF?n. News.
Fishy.?A young lady of this place,
who has charge of the culinary depart?
ment at her lather's, is under the im?
pression that Sheriffs have fine appetites.
Her father hating purchased thirty-two
mackerel, about a week's full ration for
his family, entrusted them to his daugh?
ter and instructed her to have tome
nicely prepared for breakfast, as the
Sheriff of the county would bo with
them. Judge of his surprise when he
went to the table the next morning and
found the thirty-two mackerel, all nice?
ly buttered tad arranged in the most
tempting manner before the Sheriff's
plate. Ntt wishing to expose her esti?
mate of the Sheriff's qualities as a good
eater, she excuses herself by saying that
she overslept herself and that seme eth?
er person prepared the fish.
Attempt at Arson.?An attempt
to fire a dwelling house, on the corner
of Court and Church street belonging
to Dr. J. S. Irwin, was made, it is sup?
posed on last Sunday. A quantity of
straw was placed In the closet and
ignited. The sides of the closet were
burned and a hole was burned through
the floor. The house was tot occupied
as a dwelling at the time and Dr. Irwin
hud a quantity of wheat stored in it. A
negro boy was arrested on suspicion
last Tuesday, but there being no posi?
tive evidence against him, h? was not
State School Funds.?From the
best information we can get, it is proba?
ble that wo will receive no more of last
year's state school funds. We think it
is due the teachers to know what they
ean expect. The diversion of this fund
is so great that the trustees will not be
able to pay the teachers for last year.
The endebtedness we are informed
about #5000. This amount must be paid
before the teachers who will teach
during the ensuing year, will receive
anything. Unless some arrangement
be made to prevent the diversion of
funds belonging It? the schools, it will
be impossible to employ teachers thus
Woodstock Graded School.?
Arrangements have been made to open
the (haded school on Monday, Sert.
Ulli. Nearly all the patrons of the
school have agreed to pay a small
tuition fee, thus enabling the trustees
to continue the school, notwithstanding
tho loss of the S'Ate school fuud. The
tuition rates proposed are so moderate
that every one can afford to pay them.
Prompt payment at the beginaing of
the session is very important. The
Clerk of the Board will bo provided
with permits which will issued upon ap
licatiou. The Board have determined
o employ five teachers instead of four
as heretofore, thus enabling the teachers
to give all necessary attention to tho
The New Tomato.?Mr. James
Vick the celebrated Florist and Hor?
ticulturist, of Rochester, New York,
liassent for a specimen of the new
variety of tomatoes which were first
grown in this place this year. This
tomato is superior to the tiophy in size,
solidity and bearing qualities. In fact
it has no equal among the new varieties
of tomatoes. Mr. Jackson has named
this new variety "The Shenandoah."
Its qualities will be thoroughly tested
by Mr. Vick, and if found to perpetuate
the qualities evidenced this year, the
sale of Bee? will be made exclusively by
Samtary.?It is certainly a move
in the right direction to call attention
to the filthy and consequently very un?
healthy condition of yards in our midst.
An efficient health-officer should by all
means, be speedily appointed, who will
not only inspect said yards, but will
promptly and rigidly enforce the use of
proper remedies for the same. The
writer knows from daily observation
that such very filthy yards are to be
found that are a disgrace to any enlight?
ened community. It may be owing to
our natural stupidity that we fail to un?
derstand the benefit of taking such par?
ticular paius to have everything so
scrupulously neat and pleasantly ar?
ranged for casual visitors to see and en?
joy, while inmates are constantly oblig?
ed to endure the sight and smell of every
kind of offensive matter. L.
Farmers' Pic-Nic?A Farmers'
Pic-Nic gotten up by the Agricultural
Societies of Frederick county, Washing?
ton couuty and Montgomery county,
Maryland, Berkeley county, W. Va.,
and Frederick county, Va., will be held
at Byrnes Island in the Potomac River,
about one-half mile above Harper's
Ferry. Addresses Hpon Agricultural
subjects will be delivered by distinguish?
ed speakers. Pic-Nic on Thursday Sept.
5th. Trains will leave Mi. Jackson
at C:45 A. M.
Tom's Brook, 7:40
Fare will be low. Large poster? giv?
ing full particulars will be circulated this
Attention Company 1?Every
member of the Anderson Guarde will
report in full uniform for regular parade
Saturday, Sept. 7th, at 5J o'clock, P.
M. A full and prompt attendants is
expected. By order of
J. W. Maobudkr, Cap?.
W. L. Dosif, 1st Segt.
Accident.?On Tuesday of last
week, Mr. Philip Copp, living near
Saumsville, lost a valuable hor?e in
rather a singular manner. They had
just hauled a threshing machine into
Mr. Noah Swartz's barn, and after un?
hitching attempted to lead the team
out. Tho one horse became frightened
and backed through the rear door, fall?
ing a distance of ten feet breaking it?
neck and dying Instantly.
Fire in the Country.?Last Wed?
nesday afternoon Mr. A.B. Richards
purchased the Hodgson farm, situated
at the base of the Round Hill, from the
widow of Mr. Aoner Hodgson, for which
he paid $2500. There was a handsome
brick house on the land. On Wednes?
day night the house waa burned to the
ground. Supposed to have been set on
fire,? Win. Ncw$.
MAtrUEUTOWN, Aug 211
lfaaauta. Editors: ?
Stony Creek ca?
meeting under the direct auspices
Columbia Furnace Circuit, Method
Church, South, and under the nianau
meut and control of Rev. G. T. '
Collins, Preacher in charge, Dai
Holtel, John K. Dirting and Eli
Cofl'man, Committee, deserves a pas
ing notice. This camp by almc
unanimous consent, was conceded to
the best conducto 3 meeting ever havii
come under notice of those attendin
The community should feel proud oft!
conduct of her people, and extei
heartfelt thanks and praise unto Go
ruler of all, for success in the co
version of soul?. The penitants uur
bered 40, the conversions 37, additioi
to church 24, a success which is vci
encouraging to the church. The prcaci
ing was generally conceded to be goo
but the sermon on Wednesday aftc:
noon by Presiding Elder Thomas upc
the theme, il,.he direct working of tl
Spirit" is represented tolmvc surpass?
any ever listened to by the hearers.
May the influence of this racetir
have a lasting impression of good upa
the hearts of many, especially upo
that of your unworthy contributor.
Death ok an Aged Citizen.?Lai
Friday night Mr, James Stackhousc die
at his residence in this place. M
Stackhouse was a most estimable gei
tlemau, and was well and widely know
throughout the Valley of Virginia, ha1
ing been engaged in business in Win
ehester for more than half a century.
He was one of the links binding tli
present generation to the past, and ba
reached the advanced nge of f?2 yean
He was a native of New Jersey, but ha
lived so long in our community that li
was thoroughly identified with our pro
pie in feelings and interests. In all tli
relations of life he was a good man, up
right and kind-hearted, and died hmen
ed by the many friends he had galhere
to him in his long career in t>ur midal
The funeral services took place from h
residence last Sunday afternoon, hi
pastor, Rev. Dr. Ilubard. of the Epia
eopal Church, of which he had been
member many years, officiating. J
large concourse of his fricada and neigt
hors followed his remains to Mono
Hebron Cemetery.? Win. Neto?,
Six Houses Kii.i.kiuiy onbStboki
ok Lightning.?We regret lo lean
that on Saturday afternoon last, the 171
instant, about 5 o'clock, while a heav
cloud of rain passed over the neighbor
hood of Walper's X Roads. 3 miles orea
of this place, six valuable horses, be
longing to Mr. John W. Marshall, re
siding near that place, were struck b;
lightning and instantly killed. Th
horses had been standing in the opei
field, in a group, ?to trees or shelter be
ing near, when they were killed. The,
were found dead upon the ground, clos
together. This is a severe loss to Mr
Marshall, and especially so at this tini
when horses arc in demand in brain*
Barn BCBHKD.?A barn bolongin:
to Mr. Cornelius Saum of Saumsville n
this county was burned last Saturday
With tho bam there was burned, i
buggy and harness, about 300 bushel
of wheat and rye, 5 sets of harness, si:
or eight tons of hay, wheat fan, liarrov
and other implements. A part o? tin
contents belonged to Samuel Wilken
It is supposed that it was fired by ?
little sou of Mr. Saum, about six o
eight years of age. He had found i
match in the buggy and it is suppose?
that in playing with it, he struck it and
threw it upon the barn floor, when
there was some straw. The loss falb
heavily upon both, but especially upoi
Mr. tVilkcn who lost his entire crop
There was no iusuranco.
A Camp Meeting Incident.?Uu
driving to camp meeting on Sunday
morning, I was following a buggy la>
deued with 200 or more pounds o
nature's gallantly accompanied by ont
of Rockingham's fuir daughters, full ol
mirth, pleasantry and loveliness. Al
the foot of the hill near the camp ground.
down came the buggy with a broken
spindle, causing quite a collide of 15 or
20 vehicles. Prompt assistance soon
placed the wreck to the side of the road,
and your humble contributor fell quite
young in taking charge of the young
A Munificent Donation.?Last
week, Hon. A. II. II. Stuart, Rector ol
the University of Virginia, deposited in
the Augusta National Bank of this city,
a check drawn by W. W. Corcoran, ol
Washington, for $50,000, as a donation
to endow a new chair of natural history
lu that institution. The chairs of moral
philosophy and history and literature
have already been richly endowed by
him. The new chair, in connection wilh
the Brooks Museum, will add greatly to
the efficiency of the University and ex?
tend its sphere of usefulness by opening
up the treasures of knowledge in the
field of natural history. Mr. Corcoran
deserves the lasting gratitude of all Vir?
ginians for the splendid gifts to the
University, with which his name is in?
separably associated.? Yalhy Virginian.
ToRirADo.?Last Saturday afternoon
a dark cloud that developed a tornado
swept down the river from the Warren
line. Trees were uprooted aud fence
rails were tossed about like chad' by the
wind?. At the farm of Mr. John M.
Gibson, our county clerk, it tore into
pieces his stable-yard shedding and cap?
sized hi? corn-heuso. Two of Mr. Gib?
son's eons and three men had taken
refuge from the tornado in the corn
house, and although their situation was
a perilous one when the corn-house over?
turned, they ull escaped injury. Tho
tornado was accompanied with hail,
which cut tho growing corn along its
path into ribbons, and beat a great deal
of it to the ground.? Clark Courier.
If people who suffer from the dull
stupidity that meets us everywhere pa
spring, and too often in all season? ol
the year, kuew how quick it couhl be
cured by taking Ayer'a Sar*nparil!a le
purge tho bile from their systems, we
should have better ncighbore as weil as
clearer beads to deal with,
Our quondam townsman Doctor
William II. Tripleta has written a book,
which he sententiously calls "Life."
We regret that we cannot commend
his production. It is due to him as a
former townsman to notice that such
a book has been 'published. The
Doctor claims to have made a wendcr
ful discovery In physiology. A dis?
covery which to a considerable extent
overturns Harvry's theory of Vlocd
circulation. Wc are not physiologist
enough to approve or combat his views.
V?e therefore abstain from criticizing
them. If there he living a physiologist
who will wade through the book up to
his neck in words to discover what the
doctor claims to hnye discovered, and if
discovered, what the doctor has bid
beneath this Hood of words, thcro will
be no lack of criticism from a scientific
standpoint, provided the book has merit
as the revelation of a great discovery.Wc
cannot commend the book because tho
doctor has gone out of his way to devote
many pages toa ?currilous attack ou
revealed religion. Why did it become
necessary to deny the divinity of Christ,
and to show that Moses was an Im?
pester and the children of Israel all
robbers, iu order to demonstrate that
the scat of blood circulation was the
belly instead of the heart ? If the doctor
will carefully read the 3?th chiper of
the Book of Job, beginning with these
words "Then tho Lord answered Job
out if the whirlwind and said, "Who is
this that darkencth counsel by words
without knowledge?" wc believe that
he will be profited.
?- m .?. ?
Larcie Yielu of Wheat. ? Mr.
Samuel Baxlcy, tenant ou the "Hasel
field" farm, owned by Mr. Jame- (..
Hurst, raised 11,709 bushels of wheat
trom 134 acres of ground ; 1,127 bushel?
of which were raised from 37 acres.?
Five cradles cut the whole crop iu live
days and three quarters, dipt. Cruwell.
with his celebrated "Vibrator," thresh?
ed the 2,709 bushels, and 00 bwshels of
rye, included, in S days. This gaea to
prove that Mr. l>.ix!.-y is a first-ChUS
tenant, ami is not to be meexed at.?
Sheperdstown Rsgisti r,
m -o- m
A Leetlr too Mouest. -A lady on
the northside wisblngto test the 11
of Dr. Lull's Cough Syrup thought it
would never do to ask the druggist in
the name "Bull,'1 Why, dear me. she
Couldn't SUV Bull to save her life, and
called at last ou a neighbor woman for
suggestions on the matter. Dr. Cow's,
Dr. Calf's, Dr. Buffalo's and Dr.
Oxon's Syrup ware all mentioned. The
latter suited. "Yes. that will do?Dr.
Oxen?the very thing, the druggist will
understand that," -Ji walk of two
squares found her at the counter of Dr.
II?'s store, when the following dialo?
gue occurred :
"I wish a bottle olDr. Oxen's Cough
"Dr. Oxen, Oxen, why, main. I don't
believe I keep that. You mean Cox's
Hive Syrup, don't you I
"Oh, no, ? mean, mean Dr. Oxen,"
and then she seemed wrapped in
solemn thought for a moment, when a
bright idra seemed to beam lorth.
'Ilas'nt Dr. Oxen got a relation or?"
"Oh, yes, you mean Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup, yes, yes." The lady
sat down a mement and all was over.
Circuit Court.?The case ol Philip
Long use Isaac Long vs. Jno. P. Lrock,
was decided last week. This case was
tried at the August term. 1870, and jury
rendered a verdict of $714.37 with in?
terest from January 2Slh, 1804. The
case was carried to the Court of Appeals
aud remanded for a new trial. It was
again tried at the present term and a
verdict o? ??J237.?0 with iuterest from
January 28tb, 1874, was rendered.
The court is now engaged in the trial
of the case of Jefferson's Admr. ys. ]>.
&0. 1!. H.
On Thursday of last week. Dr. D. D.
Carter was called on to perform a most
delicate and dangerous surgical opera?
tion on the person of .Vr. Ssm'l Lichli
ter, au ?Id resident of this county. Mr.
Lichhter has long been a great sufferer
from severe internal piles which finally
resulted in a large and dangerous hem*
orridfcl tumor. This it was necessary
to remove in order to save the patients
life. The advanced age of the party and
unusual size of the tumor made the op?
eration a most critical one. U'e are
glad to say it was skillfully and success?
fully done, and Mr, Liehliter is rapidly
Shenandoah has long been uoted for
her liospitality.and her sons for chivalous
devotion to the fair sex. Lut wo fear
her glory has departed, and no pore
can her brave boys hold up their beads
bravely like a sheep. No one to blame
for it but a young and handsome chap
from Edlnbnrg. M'c almost feel like
lifting up our voice and weeping when
wc think of the way he NOfotthat SWeel
little girl from Ilarrisonburg. at camp
meeting,en PTedaeadaj last. Housed
to be a splendid driver, but now the
sight of a horse and buggy is enough to
nuke him ''Hing up."
Seeu Wheat. -Mr. S. A. Danner
advertises the silver chaff Lancaster
wheat. This wheat was first raised by
Mr. Barrick, in Frederick county Md.
It is a beautiful wheat and yields finely,
Mr. Barrica and his neighbors estimated
that this wheat, in rich soil would yield
from 40 to 50 bushels per acre. For
further particulars, address S. A.
Danner, IfooditOcK, Va.
? ??? m
Cnogrirr.?I have just i
another lot of croquet ?et? at 11.20,
Each set in a box, Call early If you
want one. Finer sets also ou hand.
lt. B. .Schmitt.
A beautiful child is the pride of the
household. Worms will darken ils
complexion and ruin its health. BaVi
it. Obi save it. One or two dose? of
Shriner's Indian "Vermifuge ^will set
all things right again. For sale by .1.
S. Irwin ?: Son. Woodstock, Ya.
Should not our state finances soon
improve school orders and Confoderale
notes will shortly reach a level. The
detention or diversiun of this revenue is
a crying shame for which somo one will
inevitably be called tipou a*, the bar ol
public justice to account. And the
sooner tlif better.?Pogc Courier.
Lost.?lu the LittloJFort ,two year?
ling bulls and one yearling heifer, of the
following description, The heifer has
a dark red head, neck and shoulders,
and a few red spots on the sidea,balance
white. One of the bulls was a red
roan and the other a kind of bluish roan.
A liberal reward will be paid for their
recovery or any information by which I
can fiiul them. Address
A. R. IIOLLINUHWOIITII,
By EM. Hourr Jennings, at the BtBBBj where the
Parsonage ought to be m Kriinhiirg Va. August 19,
Mr. Homer 1'. Ludwig of Slicnaudoata cennty, ami
Miss Chlatena Snil? of Allsffhaa* Co. Md.
?_ ? ? ? ?
Near New Market, Aug. 17, Mrs. Salllo Shirley
In the 72d year of tier age
On Auj. fith Dear Maurertown, Ilarrin.iu II.
Crablll, aged CO ysars and H days.
Diod Aug. 24th Samuel lily, la the r,:,th year of
Departed this life, Aug. 18th, phllin Fellsr, aged
61 ysars and 21 days.
Me was a kind husbind and father, an obliging
neighbor, and an humble, quiet and sincera Chris?
tian. As his life drew near Its close, he gave whnl
some, Christian counsel to his faas lly, especially
urging upon those who bare aot yet confessed
Christ to da so without delay.
Ue had been for many years a member of the
Kvaugelical,Lutheran Church. P. M.
" Tki.vl Bottles 2? Cknts."?In or?
der that all may test the great virtues
of Dr. Swaynea Compound Syrup of
Wild Cherry wo have issue?! trial bot?
tles at li? cents, No family should be
without this valuable medicine, as of?
ten-limes a singlo 2? cent bottle will
cure a recent cough or cold, and thus
prevent much suffering and risk. It
al>o cures asthma, bronchitis, liver
en m plaint, and enriches and purities
the blood, giving tone und strength to
the entire system.
Asthma and DlCTOOsaiHQ CoD?B ClKED.
My mother waa a great sufferer from
Uthma; COOldnol sleep; her symp?
toms became very alarming) abort
breath, paini and oppression, Dr.
Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild
Clurry gave her immediate relief, and
in a short lime restored lu r to good
health, II HKYEIt, Groocr
ITtli and Carpenter .-is.. Philadelphia.
Price : Trial boltlea, 2.~> eta ; large
aize $1, "r ,-ix lor s,">. A aingl< ?S
cent bottle will oftcii.?linies cine a re>
??.?ut ctiiigli or cold, and thus prevent
inn ii li-k :niil Buffering, Sold by Pit.
P P ('mu:!;, VVoedatook
An AirroKiaiiiifa Fact.- -A large
pr? portion O? the American people.ar
to-day dying from the ? fleets of Dya
pepaia or ,1 suriered liver. The re
cult of these diseases upon ihe inass?'
of intelligent and valuable people is
most alarming, making life actually a
barden instead of a pleasant existence
of enjoyment and usefulness as it
ought to be. There is no good rea
-on 1er this, if you will only throw
aside pr?judice and skepticism, take
the .advice of Druggists and your
Friends, and try one bottle of Green'.?
August Flower. Your speedy relief i?
certain. Millions of bottles of this
medicine have been given away to try
its virtues, with satisfactory results in
every case- You can buy a sample
bottle for ten cents to try. Three dos?
es will relieve the worst case. Posi?
tively sold by all Druggists on the
Western Continent. For sale by Dr.
D. D. Carter & & Schnatt,Wood?
Scuatcii no Moke? ''Itching Pius,"
symptoms of which arc moisture, like
perspiration, intense itching, particu?
larly when undressing or after getting
warm in bed, increasee by sweating,
might think pin worms were crawling
in and about the rectum, oftentimes
shows itself around the private parts.
A pleasant and safe cure in every case
i- " Swayne's Ointment-'' If allowed
to continue, very serious results may
follow. It also cures tetter, barbers,
itch, scald head, ring worm, blotches,
all scaly, crusty, itchy skin eruptions.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt
of price, ?O cents a box, or three boxes
? if 91.25, by Pr. Swayne k Son,
Philadelphia Sold by all leading
druggists. In Woodstock by Du. D.
A RsVAOXABUI Hesii.t. ? It makes
no difference how many Physician?, or
how much medicine you have tried, it
is now an established fact that Ger?
man Syrup is the only remedy which
has given complete satisfaction in
severe cases of Lung Diseases. It it
true there are yet thousands of per
sons who are predisposed to Throa
and Lung Affections, Consumption
Hemorrhages, Asthma, Severe Colds
settled on the Jlreast, Pneumonia,
Whooping Cou^h. kc. who have no
personal knowleilge of Bodice's
(icrman Syrup. To such we would
say that 50,000 doaen were sold last
year without on? complaint. Con?
sumptives try just ene bottle. Regu?
lar sizo 7.', cents. Sold by ail Drug
gista in America. Fur Sale by Dit. D.
i). Clama it B. Schmitt, Waodstock,
\\ AMI ? "G fON BASKETS
OOSBSOMD IBBU Br
J, F. SAUM & Co.,
COMMISSION "MKUCIIAN i'S
M Loariataoa Up., t>et. 'Jth a lfitb
IXoi B in.'-. 12 f>oa 27".
aatWrins. 3 38
Kitri. ? SM i 10
Kaii.il). 6 00 4 i! K
MTU-Flax. 1003 IM
Hover. ?8 0 9
Timothy.1 30 (4 1 4'l
BUTTBR?1st qual.. 2') i -"J
jti.l ". I? (4 IS
:inl ". 23? 31
H..11? tin- same.
I OOa l'r.-n. I44J1?
LARS. SU 7
BEBT Himl -jrs. ... n-...tiis
l'.irfi '? . 3i4 4
lfi.Kr.Ys per, lb. o??*
CHICXKN8. SSSaj 3'li
i>i cas.. sa
? ich. 35 (4 SO
FI'.ATIIKUS-(Time.A r, *. .10
1.1 VE?Huns. o (Ml a M0
OSRSBeach. S3 <a07S
C A I.VES-Uve. ?JO
QAME -Wlnlc IV. r. 00O@000
SAUDI.! S. 00 (JO)
PHEASANTS . OOOaOOO
RABBI IS. i
AI TITS .-.LICU?.IS 1-3*3
(,'l'Ai Till.4 1-3(45
CBEBKIES. IS #11
BLACKBKBKlFft . S a M
(INIDNS, |ht l.?rr,i.1 00 Q 1 ?->
l'.liASS- White. 000,4 SHI
roTATOBS, par bast. R
UIEI'.N APPLES, per bbi. 04 75@'?nO
ItAUS. .. ~ 3,4
i iii.-rxi'lHt.u. 0 06 (0
n.v i/ii Moiti:n\iiK ? TU
AUG. 26 I87S.
H.OUR-Hnpfr. |3?7 J3 50
K*lra....,. Mi 4 35
Family. 4 7.1 6 00
WIIKAT?lied. 100 1 113
"bite. 1 10 Uo
C, 1 ?:N?Yellow. 4? u
White. &4 55
<>\TS. ?1 33
IlYF. . 53 f|
I.Mill . 73.4 10
Mil? CloTerVB?. 03 00
Timothy. 00 00
B?TTF.R?Prime. OU 09
FslrtoOood. no no
8W3. O? M
BALTIMORE CATTLE MARKET, )
Monday, August 26, lHTs.j
near Catti.r-?The market this week was quite
as active as it was last week, and prices 1-Sa better
generally, some operators marked the advance at
1 4c the advauce being chiefly observable lu the
quality of the stock offered, which was uot of a?
?;ood a grade generally as was last week'e offer
ngs. The wholesale market was better than that
of last week, la the opinion of nearly all the deal?
ers, to the extent uf l-2c. We quote at 3 OOal? 26
per 100 lbs.
Much Cows.?The trade at wholesale is better
than the retail market. We quote at 2".a|4."> per
head as to quality.
Prices this week for Beef Cattle, ranged as fol
lows: Beet Beeves at 5 Deai? 35, that generally rated
as first quality ?1 75a$5 00; medium or good fair
qnality 3 fiait Ci ordinary thin Steers, Oxeu and
Cows 3 00a$3 82; general average of saarket this
week-; extreme range of prices 3 00a#5 25. Most
of the sales were from 4 25 to |? 87 per l'> ' lbs.
Hhkep amo Lambs,?There has beau a heavy de?
crease In the number of the receipts ef Sheep
since last weak, without any improvement In the
quality of the offerings. Tho market has shown
a decided improvement as to activity, and some
sdvance la all kinds of stock. Tie quote butcher
Sheep at 3 l-2?4 1-2 cents per lb. stock Hhfsp at
1 50a$3 i er bead, stock Wethers at i l-4a$3 5 8 cts.
per lb, and stock Ewes at 2 50at3 per h?ad. Lambs
at 4a9 1-4 cents per groas Receipts this week
IM bead against 8762 lsst week and 5911 head
same timo last year
J. S. IBWIir. J. H. L. IKU'IN
J. S. Irwin & Sony
W'holeHule tV Retail DruggiNta.
Main Street, Opposite Con,/ //..
VAR.MSIIES DYE STIFFS,
FANCY, & TOILET GOODS,
Hair, Tooth and
LAMPS. AND LAMP GOODS,
Sponges. Coal Oil, Shoe Brush? l,
SNTFF. TEA, SLICKS. (J.
,iw~ Physicians' pri carefully com
j..me.led at :ei hours, uignt tad .!.;?. Coontrj
PhtsfcUaa ?applied with nedii men at city j>rces.
?nv- ns ;i . u.l mi I ? % unlOS | lOdS I.? f- re luakinx
Ye. v iii ?pectfally,
J. S. IH WIN' & SOX.
? H. Bargelt k Son,
Af?ala for tat wti.TlivM KUHN Sir.
which we ?ell at FACTORY PRICKS, making them
Le/WER than ever BtfOTtOfftrtd IB tli.- cum*.
< l?H I. .
of the best make and latest patterns BOUGHT AT
THE JfACTOIiY, aud cheaper than over.
in great variety. Said aud CoBUBoa
pieces at low figures.
Kecklacet, Plagar limn*, Btsastptus, Ear
Ring?, Cuff fins, Upera, 'nur.I
Vest (.'hums, (told and
? liar Button studs, Caff Battons,
(. harms and Chains, I'cucils aud
ROGERS A BRO'S.
BttTtt Mated Spoons, Forks, Jelly aud Sugar
Castors, Cups $c.
All warranted to b? JENT1XE ROGERS ?r.re and
A full lino of STATION Kit V, Letter, Note, Cup,
Legal and Bill I'apors of the best quality L. tter and
Note paper, Envelopes In Boxes in great variety
from l'lcts. up. Having bought these goods at the
factoiywe are enauled to soil at lower figures
Tbe chtsapost family bibles ever offered.
1 EST aj? i:\T.s, alo at?.
Mi^'.'llsti-ou? jii.l stitilard baefca in >:reit
variety and all at publisher- pri Baa,
tar* Watohis aud clu.l:? e.nvrull) it.^ire.l aud
Partii-ulai ? attcntion giren to iao watches, sll
work trum a dlntaii.-e ii"m;tly repaired and ro
June 19th?3 mo.
rpo 11AVK (H)01> SWEET AM?
A. BpODgy Itlsenits, Rolls, Cuke-.
Pastry ?to. without ?/east, Bods or rising
ot any kind use
PBatMIVll ?IAST POWDERS,
a homo made artiele?Ihe besl and
chcapc* of ihe kind?pure and harmless.
giving ron with lo-< time, labor and
expense at ??reel ind easily digested
bread. Sold at whole-ale or retail bv
B. s<UMli'P, Druckt. *
[TARDWAREI llAKDW all: :
1 have now a large an.l general sloek of
HOES. RAKES, Ac.
?elected ? v i 111 oare i rom tue m am fa<
riui:i:s.u blch I ?hall be pleased to ?bow
to all In want ol such ??o?.I?.
i ?an reoelvtnji
every week, and shall try to keep all
in my line, that urn needed In in.
eiistoiner.*, and thepBUft.
.luy S-t?. O KO. BA1T.Y.
JERSEY STOCK FOR SALE.
j I have for sal? low, one M and one \ Jersey
i Hull Calves, both I rom excellent cows. I will sell
tlirro low or ?chante them for other stock
JulyM-tf. J, W. UANNKH.
lle.t I tti
Besi ( .
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1'lll'el I :'
ladlca n UK
Lad I? ) Mn n ?
Ladle? Lasting I ?
Gaitera |1 ?~>. 1. ?0 nn i lu?
Ask for o
and ?i tbons.
Ladies Drettg <? -j ..
Mohair. Bla? :
pricea ih n con not
ofjero?! Rg \>. h -.. ? shll
;.- thlnir we have I
Bll? J ?.'. i I. eli
requested. If j rxi ????
ami II riu?n ;
11? SHE SE'-.
BEST FAMILY S
The"NEV/ AMERICAN "i
with I??s labor than any other buk
J. S. DOVXY. ?
Carier s Dm ire,
Dr. l> l) Csurter,
Drugs & Patent
SOAPS AXD ri:
a - o a s
PRICES M ;
lite ?rm, I solicit a coi I
XST OFFICE '.Nr> ;
DragMora, Calla proinpl
?6T Surgery a -.
A Of. 8.1 T- iTT _
CORN MEAL, BAG
fall lint of _?!'?
hdI.1 al -'
ftaTAIl kin I ol I
Ii tt r |
Clap, Latin ?
r. et Ir.'iu '
rerj 1 .v., at ?; -,
be warranti I
:. IBOI LI
ko- ?Irn 1
day, at ?juu i
Any one who desires lu
thoioQRhl),! ; ?
iu one i:f til' t . ?
I'nietd States, ?,?. :
Rev. YS II. A. H ' ??/'
L.. J. C. AYER <St CO., Loweil, Mass.,
.? >vc can bo