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JOHN II. GRABIIA,
FRIDAY DEC. 15th. 1899.1
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Mr. Stickler, deleg?is from this
county, in the Virginia Legislature,
has been appointed upon the billow -
ing committee*: Public Properly;
Banks, Currency and Commerce;
Aguinaldo has lias not been captured
but the American torce? following
are almost worn out. It is to be
hoped that this war will soon end and
no more lives be sacrificed, in the ef?
fort to make Americans out of Filli
THE CHANCE OP SCHEDULES.
The Southern Railway Co. for the
better accommodation of the people
living along their line have changed
the schedule, breaking the close con?
nection which we have had for some
lime at Strasburg Junction II? re
tofore the Southern road made this
connection by depriving people at a
number of stations in this county of
the use of train No M,
Our Winchester friands became
very sadignant at this change and ap?
pealed to the state Commissioner of
railrords to prevent it While we
would like to have close connection,
we think it would be well fur the
Winchester people to appeal to the
B. ?fc O. Road for relief. In order to
accommodate their Capon Spring
travel, the B. & O. run their train to
Strasburg Junction nearly gix hour?
before the. arrival of the Southern
train geing South. Oor Valley peo?
ple when they go to Wincheeti r and
return the same day, have but s short
time in the city and are then requir?
ed to wait at Strasburg Junction on
their return I ?? or six hours. The
evening Southern train now gets to
Strasburg Junction S2 minutes alter
the B. ?bO. train 1ms left that station,
and the B. ?i <>. train South arrives
at Strasburg Junction a short while
after the Southern train baa passed.
When people of the Valley desire to
go to Winchester on business, they
expect to return. The Southern
Railway gives our people a much
longer time in Washington than the
B ?fc 0.Crres us ?a Winchester.
The Southern gives to the people
of the Valley excellent travelin?;
facilities by their regular trains, ami
every season a number of excursion
to Washington at very low rates,
Their efforts to accommodate the
people are appreciated and we expect
to See th?ir management of the roa?!,
continually grow in popular favor.
While our \\ inchester friends ajs
peal to the Railroad Commisioner
lor his services to compel the South?
ern road to accommodate people go?
ing to Winchester, would it not be
well for them to ask him to compel
the li. A (). to accommodate people
going trom Winchester? Would it
not be as well to ask the R. & O. to
make a change ol H minutes, as t"
ask that the Southern be OOBOpelled
to cut out a number of stations in or
der to make the connections ':
Since writing the above we notice
that representatives oi the B. & O.
Railroad have been summoned to
appear in Richmond at the office ot
the Commissioner ot Railroad? on
Dec. 15th, to show cause why this
road should rot connect with the
Southern at Strasburg Junction sad
llarrisoriburg. It is to be hoped
that some arranigctnent may be made
by which we shall have close connec?
tion at both points and the people
at all stations be accommodated.
WILL NOT SUPPORT BKYAN
Detroit Mich. Dec ?.?A Tribune
special from Howell, Mich., gives the
text of a letter written by General
Joiiu M. Palmer, leader oi the sound
money Democracy in 1896, denying
that he had come oat in favor ol
William J. Bryan.
Geneial Palmer says that he pre?
dicted Bryan'a nomination and the
preeminence of the silver issue, but
declaied he would not support
General Palmer asserts that Bryan
?ill lost- IHinoia by 100,tt00 volea.
(Fresaoui RegalsrU nrsajinnrlmt )
Washington, Dee. il?Senat
Monis* will lose coiitiiience m hlaal
ity as g Bensation- maker, ifhe mal
a few more' attempts in that line tl
fall as flat as his n solution oi BV1
path? for the Boers and his taper]
thereon. If be really thinks, aa
?says he docs, that the case is simi
to the case of tbe Cubans when tli
were in revolt against Spain,be thii
practically alone. The War in Un
was right at our doors and afeeti
the interests of thousand of Ame
cai;s, while the war in South Afr
?S thousands of miles away and;
fects the interest ot about as li
Americana as any foreign war cou
Of colase, every American woi
like to see pesos over there, but
the helligenta have not asked for c
good offices, a fact noted by t
President in hi* nte?SSge, it would
? sort ol international impeitinci
tin us to intt riere in any way. a
tl.e adoption by either branch
Congrega, t>?' g reso ut ion ot syi
pathy for cither sids would cortaii
and rightly be regarded as Interf
cue?. This government is iieiitr
and beCSUSS of that neutrality, l
President retened a petition frc
the Hollander* oi Michigan, askii
him to use bis good offices to blii
about peace, to the Department
Slate without action.
The House Committee that is ii
reetigating Roberts, is holding ilai
sessions and hopes to get lis npo
ready in s few day?, li rsrtjairfs i
gift of prophecy to ss> ihm lion
port will be adverse to Uolicii-, l?1
the attempts to BSyjust what sha]
it will take, which are being mad
are simply guesses. The Committ?
will conclude the investigation befbl
deciding the- scope oi its report. M
Roberts shows very plainly by b
talk? before the Committee, that 1
doesn't expect to get the scat, ?.
rather to keep it if allowed to I
sworn in; also that lie is a juett
shrewd lawyer, and well posted i
That Speaker Henderson know
bow to drop S hint was shown whe
he said: "I nerer bad anything t
say to any Speaker, regarding m
persons) wishes, or de-sire?. I do no
remember ?vu entering Carlisle
room when lie ivas Speaker, and
only calk"! onci upon Crisp, anil tlia
was with my delegation. I neve
went to call upon Reed?save to pa;
any respecta?unless he sent for m?
1 knew they had too much to ?lo t?
be bothering with me.
During the first week of Congress
more than .'5,500 lulls and lcsolu
t ions were introduced in the Houm
alone. Nine-tenths of these were in
trodooed in the hist Congn
m ver acted npon, and the same fat?
h likely to meet an equal percentage
oi them again. The number of bilh
introduced in the Senate is mud
smaller, not only besante of runallei
membership, but because Senators,
do not as a rule introduce so many
bills in which they I?el no personal
?merest, just to please some constit?
Senators arc much interested in the
Oase? "f Senat or Scott, of V\ est Vir?
ginia, who is charged with not hav?
ing been legally elected, because the
vote cast for him was not a majority
of the entire membership of the leg?
islature; of Senator Clark, of Mont.
who is charged with having obtained
bis election by bribery, and of Mr.
(?uav, who claims a scat, on the
appointment of the Governor of Pa.,
and who is oppose?! by the claim that
the Governor had no Constitutional
right to make the appointment, all of
which are now in the hands of the
Committee on Privileges on Elec?
tions, and will be disposed of as rap?
idly as possible. The phrase "posses?
sion is nine noints of the law" is es
pecialiy applicable to the cases of
the two Sanatora who are already
Seated] the Senate never unseats a
member, except opon the strongesi
kind of proof that he has no legal
righl to the seat. And notwithstand?
ing assertions to the contrary, the
general belief in Washington stands
as it has from the first in the Qua]
case?that ho will get the seat by a
majority vote of the Senate, even if
the oominhtes reports adversely,
which there are reasons to believe il
The debate on the financial bill
opened in the House today and will
be continued all the week, the final
vote to be taken next Monday. The
bill was passe,],
The President says that If Congress
will revive the <_'rade of Vice Admi?
ral, he will nominate both Sampson
and Schley to the position, and thus
end the long controversy.
Where Br>anism Has Led Democ?
Not a democratic governor of any
Not a democratic senator from any
Roth houses of congress republi?
New York lost by ???0,000,
,\?-w Jersey lost by 80,000.
Connect icot lost by 50,000.
Indiana lost by 18,000,
Old leaders dspOStd and populists
Nothing !i it to lose.--New York
A BRITISH DEFEAT.
A British foreo under Mnj-iJeii.
Sir William Forbes Gatacre met a
Sotrera defeat at Stormberg, Northern
Genera] Glataore has sent to Lon?
don a partial report of his loase*,
which include ii killed, 20 yvounded
and 808 missing. The missmt, men
are probably prisoners;
The Boer loss is not known, and
the size ol the Boer force engaged
is also unknown as yet. General
Gatacre had a little over 4,000 men
with him. They constitute only a
part of his total army, which is esti?
mated at fully 8,000.
The tight lasted about three hours.
At the outset the hot fire of the
Boers surprised the British. The
Boer position was fourni to be iinpreg
nable to infantry attack and the
British Were finally forced to retire,
losing one gun. They moved off to?
ward Molteno, a small town south of
While London is depressed by the
news ol this reverse, it derives con?
solation from a brilliant deed Of I ? i" i ?
tish troops at Ladys.-.iith. Six hun?
dred of them made a sortie on Fri?
day ami seized Lombard's Kop,a lull
about five miles from the town, where
they destroyed two Boer cannon.
News of General Bailer's main
advance from Freie, Natal, to the
relief ol Ladysmith is expected at any
time. A Pretoria dispatch states
that a strong burgher force had cross?
ed the Tttgela river at Colenso with
lbs object ol attacking General Bul
Genera] Ifothnen, at last accounts,
was still at the Modder river. I he
Boers are said to have 20,000 nun
between him and his objective point,
Kiinberley. A thousand of them
made an attack on his line of com?
munication at Enslin, bul were driv?
The Free Staters, it is repeled,
have decided not to d?tend Bleoin
fbntein, as it it not not fortified, but
to make a stand at Bainsviel, south?
west ot Bloomtontien.
A DEFEAT THAT TELLS.
London, Dec. 11.?It is hardly too
much to regard General Catacre'i re?
pulse near Stormberg as tin m.st a??
rions defeat British arms have yet
lUStained in the whole campaign.
It is evident that the worst is not
yet known. The proportion of
wounded and killed is so small when
compared with the missing?who are
undoubtedly prisoners in the hands
of the Boers?that the supplementary
list of losses is awaited with sen.ois
It is also feared that there were
serious losses of guns and equipment,
Tin- disclosure of such a strong
fore?, at Stormberg was unexpected.
Doubtless Cenara] Gatacre was the
victim ot treacherous guide* Bui
the result peints also to lliS absence
of proper cavalry BCOuUng.
The British troops who recently
occupied Anindel, Cape Colony, are
advancing. They have had several
skirmishes, but no oaasualtiea. Three
miles north of Anindel they found
the Boirs2,000 strong.
TAYLOR'S CERTIFICATE SMNEO.
Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 10.?The oer
titicate of William S. Taylor, Repub?
lican, as Governor-elect, was signed
by the State Election Commissioners
yesterday. The official liguri-s of tin
vote filed with Secretary oi State
Taylor, 108,714; Goebel, 101,38]
Taylor's plurality, :.!,.'l*:;.
William Goebel, Democrat, the de?
feated candidate, was apparently in
the best of humor after being told
that Taylor's certificate had been
signed. He laughed and shook his
head when asked if he had anything
"When will you make a contest?"
"I have not decided yet," was the
answer, "and I cannot discuss it
when I do not know it niyselt."
Senator Martin was ie-nominated
by the Democratic Caucus ol tlie
Virginia Legislature by a vote ol
108 for Martin and 27 for Tyler.
All the old State officers were re?
nominated, except that of Register
of the land office for which no nomi?
nation has yet been made.
Ills Ufe Has Saved.
Mr. J. K. I.iley, a prominent Citi?
zen of Hannibal, Mo., lately hsd a
wonderful deliverance from a fright?
ful deaths In telling of it lie says;
"I was taken with Typhoid Fever,
that ran into Pneumonia. Mv lunes
became hardened, Nothing helped
me. I expiated to soon die of (ni,
sumption, when I heard of Dr. King's
New Discov?TV. One bottle gave
gnat relief. I continued to use it,
and now am well and strong. I can't
sav too much in ils praise." This
marvelous medicine is the surest and
quickest cure in the world tor all.
Throat and Lung Trouble. Keigular
si/.e ?(l cents and $1.00. Trial bot
ties freest B. Schmitts Drug Store;
?very bottle guaranteed.
TIM following ordinance was BSsSSsd
by Council, on Ost li, MO,
"No person shall burn any waste paper
or other matter on the street, <>T build n
tire ol any kind OB ssid street after the
hour of :t o'clock, p. in., ot anj day under
penalty of $1 for each offense."
A true copy,
M. W. Maoki'DKk, Kccorder.
COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS.
II (' Magruder, Isaiah Kiblerand
AI vin Beiiiis .'ipjiiiinicil viewers 10
examine ounditiou of Valley and Mt.
Jackson aud Howard Lick Turnpikes
OU Tuesday and Thursday, January
2d and 4th 1000 and report tini'r
action to i e\i court.
Lael will r ml leaiam? nt ot Mary
Shaver, dee'd, admitted to probate.
l.a-t will and testament ol Leannah
Ifo.iiiev, dee'd, admitted t<> probate
add Samuel Mooney appointed and
qualified as administrator c t. a.
J. Jalma Zirkl?- appointed and
qualified asadmr. of Casper C. Brau?
K. L. Whlssi i| appointed and qual?
ified asadmr. ofEdmard BWhiasen,
J. Julius Zirkle appointed and quab
ified M guardian for ('. K. Brauner.
In the matter of J. C. Lutholts
m MI others for the establishment ofa
rotiug precmci at "Clary" in Davis
Diatricf. Petition Sled and proof of
posting at each of the voting pre?
cincts m Davis District and at nonrt
house door and case set for hearing
on 2d day of January court.
l!ev. M. L Pence, of the Kvanglical
Dutheranohuroh granted the right
to eel? brate the rites of matrimony
according to the ceremony of said
church and the laws of the Com
monwearth of Virginia.
P. S. Roller qualified afl a Notary
Public for the oonnty of Soenandoah,
?V. II. Hum's admr. PUT. vs. I).
II. Goohenonr S.O. Di'i., upon re?
moval from J. P. Case dismissed Si
Dan'i Bpiker Sheriff of the county,
was appointed committee sdrairus*
trator of Henry Sheets, dae'd,
fflsT OF I'llNVKYASfK?.
Deed from S. A. Molfctt to Monroe
K. V. Hoffman's heirs to W. P.
i Hoffman and w it?'.
Win. T. Williams comr. to Henry
Sam'l B. Walker and wife to
Christ Ian Barb,
M. L ^ altoii tins, to same.
Wm. Geia, dec to J. M. Richmnn.
Ira Blinker and to A. B. Showman
Nimrod IJownmn ear to I). S.
Jno. II Burke and wife lo .los. T.
Kronk i rus. children.
Win. II. Plunger and wile to Win.
H. Shell and will
.1 s. Wl itttngtoil and wife to Geo.
A. Y.'ni. tingtoii.
Sam'i II, Whittington lo .las.
's-im'I K. Boycr and wife to C. S.
Land ram. Sic.
P. W. Magruder ccmr i !';.
Bowers ti na, [? .'.
As ign uvid if I ? ? .t t" Catharine
E. Fill moyei a
E. I ' Nea m.m c mr to Wm, M.
Same to llebecca S. Will.
Rebec., S Will 10 Jim. C. and
Mamie ('. II Mimck.
Sam' J, Pi linestock and s i?<>(? ?
Dan'l I. Bover.
Walter \". Co? and wife lo B. W.
B .rbai i Bii 1er in .1 i ncite Orn
burg I. ?V ?. i -.. tu C. W.
.1. W. Strosuider to C. W. Stn.s
1). II. Spenglei snd wife lo Laurs
J.is VVLitiiugtoii ?nul wife toCnlou
I. ':. Busi,oiio mid ? if. t" Isaac
; H. Harris.
Abraham Miller and wife to Saml
' >1 ngcraml ni c aVc, f.. Clareiia
Benjamin Ilarman exr. lo Robert
Maggie Pnnkhouser lo Wm. S.
M. Q. Humston snd wife lo Jas.
. .1. Borden and wife to Mary
Volcanic I million?
Are grand, bat Skin Eruptions rob
life ofjoy. Bucklen'i Arnica S.dye,
cures them; also Old, Riming and
Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felon?.
Corn, Warts, Cnta, Bruises, Burns,
Scalds, Chapped Banda, Chilblaine,
Best PUe cure mi earth. Dril
Pains and Aches, Only 80 Ota. S
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by B.
There is more Catarrh in this section
of the Country than all other disease,
[nit together, and until the last few
yeais was mpposed to he Incurable,
Kor a great many yeais doctors pro
DOUBCed il a local disease, and prescrib?
ed local remedies, and by constantly
failing lo cure with local treatment,
pronounced it Incurable, ?science has
proven catarrh to be a constitutional
treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu
faetared by F. J- Cheney tt Co-, Toledo,
Ohio, isihenii.v constitutional cure on
the market It is taken internally in
doses from lo drops to a teas].nfuL
it act- directly on the blond ?nul mucous
surfaces of the ?y stem. They oiler one
hundred dollars for any case it fail- to
cine. Send for circulais and testimo?
Address, F. J. I tans* .v Co.,
Hold by Drug-Ms, foe.
Hall's Family PI 11? aie the best,
?It i-a -m i>i ? ?un fact,-' aara Prof.
Iloiinlon, "tluit in my traveis in all
par?s of the world, for the last ten rears,
l have met more people having tared
Qreen's August Flower ?han any other
remedy, for dy-pep-ia. deranged liver
ami Btomaeh, and for oonsapuUoo. I
find for tourist? and salesmen, or for
person? Ailing osnoa positions, where
headache- and gl neral bad feeling?
from irregular habits ssdst, thai OrtSOTI
AngttSl Flower is a grand remedy. It
doe- mil injure the .y.?tcm by frcti'innf
H-?-, and i- e\,-ci cut for sour stomachs
and Indigestion." bamplc trottle fren
?it ? It- Irwin, Woodstock and Ueo. f.
Shaver A Co. Maurertow n.
It Hits the Spot.
When suffering from a severe cold
and your throat and lung? feel sore,
take'a dOBS "f Foley's Honey
And Tar, when the ?SU
will b* ut once ? :r c ! i r v f il, I
warm grateful feeling and
healing of tin-pails affecte?!
trill be experienced and yon will sav:
?It f.-els ?...goo.l. IT HITS the SPO?V
Africana win cur* constipation *ns
aran?isSi fnl T??"-"-1~ Try St
Did you ever try to dodge th
rain-drops? Did not succeci
very well, cid you? It's jus
as useless to try to escape fron
the germs of consumption. Yoi
can't do it. They are about u?
on every hand and we are con
gUntty taking them into oui
Then why don't we all havi
this disease? Simply becausi
*!ie<,c germs cannot gain a foot
?old in a strong throat and
ungls It's when these art
?veal, that the germs master.
The body must be well supplied
vith fat The danger comes
-.-hen the blood is poor and the
?ody is thin. If your cough docs
tot yield, and your throat and
ings feel raw and sore, you
: uuld not delay another day.
oi Cod-Liver Oil with Hypophos
t bites at once. It will heal the
:i darned membranes and greatly
?trcugthen them as well. The
Jisrestion becomes stronger, the
:ppetite better and the weight
^'.creases. The whole body he?
roines well fortified and the
germs of consumption cannot
ggdfl a foothold.
It's this nourishing, sustain?
ing and strengthening power
of SCOTT'5 EMULSION that
has made it of such value in
all wasting end exhausting
j?. snd |mo) ?il dr.i?fUts.
SCOTT A BUWNI , 'tumi 11, New York,
Teachers League Meeting.
Pursuant t?> the regulsr call, Join
ston District Tcaclnis League coi
vened at Cross U.iadssS.H., Dec, !<t
Wm. Tamkin was sppointed leu
porary set retsry.
The election of officers was ?1
fcrred for the next League meetin
ow iii'_' to the lack ot fuller roprosei
talion of Teachers,
In defending the < bjetrt oi th
"League" and its mes-tinga W. 1
M iraton, asid that if lbs Pubtl
s ? .1.1 System is ever raised to
higher plane ol honor and Usefiiltie..
?n t'ne r?tale u will be ny theorganii
ed, combined and concentr?t deflbrt
..i'the leachen and school oftlciali
Me-srs. Wm. Tamkin. A. M.Yau
ami Kugenc Munch were appointe
a coiuinitteti "ii resolutions, an
offered tin- following which w?r
adopted by tie cmmittei'.
Resolved 1st. That the teaehet
and sebool oflici rs ?if the ciuintv am
.??strict exert every rsssoiisbl
?ne ins an 1 put forth every effort t.
enlist the eu-operat?oa ot patrons il
publie siliiiol work and to arouse ?
livelier ?nteres) in liten by which the;
will avail themselves ot every op
uortunity presented by Uis 1'ulili.
School System lo prepare tin ir chil?
dren for Ihe labor? ot lite and citizen
ship and g?n?ral usefulness to tliti
?.'ml. That we regret the presas
financial strait which Johnstot
District suii'eis. ami which continu?
t" lu- a source ot dread ami threat
niug annoyance and inconvenience tt
our schools, and ssk that some phu
be organised by otlicials by wliicl
our Leo?s|atuie might bo iiniilced t?
relieve the tune.
?id. That legislativo steps should Ik
taken looking to tin c tupulsory at
lendanoe at school ot' those pupib
whose parents .are utterly reticent to
the most crying need ot their chil
?li'eii ami who out of respect desire
ef then) their very birth right, by fe
lUsing to place them under the in?
struction offered in our public schools,
thus enoourging illiteracy.
4th. That trustees be required to
visit their respective schools at least
mice a month to impure into the
standing and needs of the schools as
to rurnitningSftext books tor indigent
Dtp, That we denounce the in
convenient plan oi supplying text
books to pupils by which pupils often
sutler the loss of the use Of certain
books for days and even week?, or
are cotnpellcl to order from the pub?
lishers direct, and we ask that pub?
lishers be cc impelled to deposit books
so that pupil? can be conveniently
snd certainly supplied with samo.
8th. That we tender thanks to
Cross Koadsiiconle for their interest
in our "Leagns Meeting" and for
The discu?sioii ot School Program
by W. F. Marston in absence of.I.
B. Marston was well received by
Merrill's Speller was well handled
by A. M. Yates.
The committee on questions re?
ported the following for discussion
at next meeting.
'The value of reading in our
schools and how to teach it." Open?
ed by W. F. Marston. Frye's Geog?
raphy, by Eugene Munch. "Carnifiv's
Ri ading Chart," F. Plauger.
It was rotad to hold our next I
regular meeting at Cross Roads on
Stunrdar, Jan. <">th, 1000,to bssjas at
Massing then adjourned.
William Tamkix, Sec.
Tried Friends Best.
For thirty years Tutt's Pills have
proven a blessing to the invalid.
Are truly the sick man's friend.
A Known Fact
For bilious headache, dyspepsia
sour stomach, malaria.constipa
tion and all kindred diseases.
TUTT'S Liver PILLS
AN ABSOLUTE CURE.
Bun to* ^ b? K'?i ^w Ria Alain) BougM
AFRICANA will cure Hexern* and Ca
ta/rh to Stay Cur?*.
We will he in Woodstock until Jan. 1st. We don't want
to take back with us a single suitor overcoat, of our
Stock of Clothing,
We prefer to sacrifice them right here in Woodstock.
So we will besin
?f you intend buying: any clothing this winter,
now.is your opportunity to make a big saving in
?J^Remember we leave
The Consolidated Clothing CO.,
Court Street, Bargelt's stand. Woodstock, Va.
Look hi Your Mirror
Do you ??a ?parkllng; eye?, a healthy,
tlntc.l sic in, a ?wptt espre.fiion and a grace?
ful form f The?, attractions are th. result
of good health. If they are absent, thcr.
1* nearly- always some disorder of the dis
tlnctlv feminine organ? preaent. Healthy
menstrual organ* mean health and beauty
Wine of C ardu i
makes women beautiful and healthy.
It strike? at the root of all their
trouble. There la no menstrual <Ii?
onler, ?che or pain which it will not
cure. It is for the building girl, the
busy wife and the matron approaching
the change of life. At ?very trying
crisis in a woman's life it briugs
health, strength and happiness. It
costs $1.00 of medicine dealer?.
For advice in cases requiring special
direction?, address, giving symptoms,
"The Ladies' Advisory Ilepartmeut,''
The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat?
MRS. ROZF.N A T.KWIS, of Oenavllle,
Teia?. a?r?:-"I ???.? tr. illrj ut monthly
Interval? with terrible pains In my head and
back, but hav? bs?D entirely rrli.ved by Win.
of Cardal. "
This will Interest Many.
EniTOH OS H SKALD!
If any of our reader? ?ffefl suffer from
Blood Impurities, such os eruptivas, unsurht
by l'en). SS, 1 K, tema.
Scrofula, ''amer, Tetter, Swollen Quand?,
Klif'imiitisiu, Catarro, CoQtOgioij? Hlood
Poison, Ineruieii Moutb orTbroat. or any
iitlier IIIiiimI Taint, will irr?teos, we will ?end
them free of charge an I prepaid. ? Trial
il.,nu of it m ii. (Botaute Blood Balm), a
poslUre ?peclflc cure for nil Blood Troubles.
A?} nil ?re well ?ware 11. II. 11. lia- bOM
thorough)] tested for telrtj yeat?, and in that
tiste ho? i?'imiiiiently cured too laond? ..f
?ufferer* after ?IIothertreattnent? bod failed.
H. n. B. a undoubtedly tin- imwi wnmeifui
Blood PuriBer of the age. it i- different from
any other I.IimhI reined > because II. II. II. drive?
from the Hlnod the Humors ?nd I'iiIsuiis tli?l
oauae the unsightly evideooss ol Had Blood
und a cure is taus made thai lasts forever. H.
ii. It. a for s.?1'- bj ?very druggist at |l per
bottle, but to ?Stsrry your nadirs that II. II.
PJL M s real cure, ?re will send ?ampia Nitric
freeofosatrgs and prepaid, to soyons who
write, us. If your readers will deseribs their
troubles ?? will give PBffB Personal Medical
Aih ice. Ask) nur local ilniKK?st about H. H.H.
Bi.oon Uai.m Co., ?w Mitchell .^t ,
?S9.Sf?lrr. Atlanta, fia.
Having taken tlieuncncy forth?' well known
clothing, firm of Wawuaakar ?? BfOWn, of
Phiisiiiapiiiii, l'a , to reprwatnt tnena al
Woodstock is m 1 tin surrwindins country i
L-iie von erices for guaranteed all sTOOl Mllttf
Mens suits to una-uro fit) t<> ..'.">
?' reai'.y to wear. 1 to -i?
Trousers i to s
" Overcoats I to 25
', Storm miTi'iiat? lOtoSD
" Mclnlothei fwst wear * to If
Young mens uii.l bors all sronl suits :l to 11
" overcoat.? if to l:>
Mens um1er shirts ari'l drawers 1 to S
" tine in.i draas shirts r.'cts. to 2 each
?' all lambs wool hose SSc to Hk) |>alr
BOTS nOM lie tu Ifn- "
In few ilavi will have a ulce lin? ?amples
lathes' coin- ami capes.
IW Call on me Ih fore you buy aud will
shuw you the tln??st line of all wool suiting
4c, voll ever saw for tin- BtODOT.
IW" Take your measure an.I have suits 4c.
In from from I to Idars,
Vours to ?*orvc,
C. i. CLIM,
t'niler Irwiil's Drugstore.
Nov. IT Bat,
1 All parties are hereby notified not to
ti?--spa-- upon tuy lands, l.'poii persons
ibsregsrdingthis notice, the law will be
Win. f. VSTLKIN.
I will sell my f?rm. lying M the Valley
Tike, 3 miles, south of Kdintiurg Sheii?ii?r.??Ii
It adjoins thi> Hcl Hanks farm ami i-onta.n*
all under gii"' r?nciiif
TIh- liuprovi'ineiita consist of
win, ate ri .ums. ami other outbuildings, a barn
iftacnsB is lug.?,.! Ural
fui t lui iiiloriiuit ion, writ* to the undersign?
ed <ig<?. MAI'IIIS.
mo . ?4 Imo. pd. 8h? riandiaih Co. va
"?anticipation heget s more
pleasure than Realization."
If this be trae,tbefl Christmas lime is here. Tlie day for planning
for "hints," tur buying not S day too early tor tin- leitet, it VOS ?ou 1
avoid the past*, ami the rush, and the worry. Don*) put on selecting
your gifts so that you are worn oat, and cross, when loe blessed Jay
comes. A light heart is the best of Christmas cheer.
Just a word before you think of Christmas buying : Don't I
practical; don't give coal, or flour, or gloves, or Stockings, in the family
or out, unless they are actually m need of these homely ne
lift Do m you would, not as you are done by. Don't give s thing
that is really needed, if you want your preset appreciated. Gire some?
thing the recipient would never buy for himself or hei - a little
nil-common sense, liny a bit of ?Jewelry, Silverware, some ol
many Sterling Silver Novelties, s wog ar chain.
If you want to go a little more into the practical, just enough not
to be too practical, ?elect a Watch or Clock, a Sat of Spoons or Knives
and Fork?. Numerous other desirable articles, which are bare more
ipaoe in our store to show than we have here to mention.
The wise will look early and buy earl;..
Will you be wise or otherwiseT
BARSDLT, Thlc Zweier,
Qourt ?treot ?tudio,
H. MORRISON Jr. Proprietor, j
FKAME DKrAKT.MKXT-i.n.vKu rtooa.
Mouldings, Pictures.Easels, Mirrors, Frames nml Art Novelties.
A Pretty As-oi tiueiit, at Wry Reasonable prices. Call Slid ?
STUDIO, 2nd floor.
A HANDSOMELY EQUIPPED PHOTOGRAPHIC*:
NY BPIGIAL ATTENTION TO THIS DEPARTMENT. EVERYTHING i
MEW AND TAsTXPCL* WORE SECOND, TO NONE IN THE ?
VALLEY. COPYING PROM OLD PIOTI BES, ENLARGING IN
H. MORRISON, Jr.
??s) ??sise? ?<? *SVM ?e-asos* ????'
town to find the best place to
buy his Immense supply of
Christmas presents for those
who are expecting something
extra this year. You wllf ad?
mit he was right in giving his
order to us when you inspect
our stock of toilet sets, per?
fume atomizers, fine china,
new stationery, pocket books,
pipes, razors, manicure sets,
booklets, calendars, and lota
of novelties. Too many good.?
and too many prices to men?
tion here. Visit us by all
means. Remember our fine
candies, pure and fresh. Toys
for the children, too.
One Minute Cot'g.i Cure, c
That ir ?war It r~*j und* tee
)ne Minute Couzit Cure, ?aras?
That I* want It wsi snada> *r?
tfilu? hi ?? l >?n ...,?. i. . . ' .. acarras.
'':-n..y I'ntuurtU', cur? conatipe tloss toretec.
stKSBo. t?.i p <s a.? , rir ? r tasHsinnn?
place in 'Virgins, to buy Watches,
chain-, jewelry, silverware,
novelties, spectacles, etc., ausist*
Every piece of goods s,->M ?? ??iiur
SUtsed ami w'ill OS replaced if not
Tatties wishing the laten: patterns
in UM? Rogers Bros, [salver plated
ware can gel same direct from factory
h y placing their order? bet?re I'm.
16th, *'.?i'. By this method you can get
the nswest designs et lowest prices.
Don't fail to inquire for juices on
any thing you may nee?l iu my line.
W. K. Mt'C'l-ASAII w
?ST Fine watch and jowelry
repairing a sp ecialty.
5traj-ed from a*** "ii Trout Hun. prola?t>ly
In Jah or Ann***,* dirk nW steer about IS
umntlis 1,1.1. a little vilnte on lielly. left tsar off
and sUt In the rial t .hi. naif cut off end <>i
tail. 1*11 on when last teen A re ward for
information nv ?tilch he maj b*reo
Call?n or ad
A FR.CAr. A will cur* Syphilis sa? OU
?** a?-** to Stay CtsrssL