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After Six Years of Intense
Suffering, Promptly Cured
By
Obstinate sores and ulcers which
refuse to heal under ordinary treat?
ment s(k)h become chronic and deep
seated, and aro a sure sign that tho
COO entire circulation is in a depraved condition, ihey
are a severe drain upon tbe system, and are con
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business. One of the off! dootofl treated me constantly
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ulneral lands and other real property
?old on Ike taoel treasonable t.-rm?
Partiei tating lanni t<? t* I ?1 O'lid cor
reapond with or r ill on ii- al i?ui office,
ai we have PpeWal hdlllic*! foi hringliij
toeb property to the ttentio i ?>f g.
buyer*.
our adfertl' ??' cir aila rovei
a largo If I reach m.my
j,r??^pectiT?* buy era. I rmi vtrv
mederate.
may titf.
^TRESPASS NOTHE:
No pertoa ia allowed to hunt, with
dogs or gun, on the Pr.>r House
farm, or the Wolfe tract, under pen?
alty ol' the I
K. D. PcifKHOI BBB,
10-27-3t Sunt. Poor Mien. Co. \
NOTICE:
Oct 95, *99.
Thc tai billi for the Corporation ot
Weodeloek. Va, for thc -fear 1899
ere now in mv nandi rani.-- .1
ing to pay before Dec. I, '99, ari
please call at my ofioe, in Coori yard.
After D?c. 1,5 per will he added
aid the hills terned om to Collector,
to be collect. .1 acect-rding te law.
Homii)rt nilli",
M. W. li oom mi a,
Tresa. Corp. of Woodetock, Va.
to dec. lat_
TttffljniOOa
HATS B0KOTLT8 AND TRIM
MINOS. |
Mis- Rebecca Rinker lian BOW Of
hand a full Heck Cl millinery fe.ll
An ex|*riciiced trimmer will give
?hc ladies satisfaction.
oct 6?tl. ?_
nu lunar goods.
Hammond's Millinery is now ope"
with a choice sHcction ofthe jat est
and most fashionable Millinery Good*
et all kinds.
P/ices reasonable. Miea HoDawa?,
an excellent trimmer is now with m
and wtfl make every effort to please
yea *V> 2*>? '
unions - i ta goo fats,
celt At Isla -?r patnlemonlaca the uni
rerae is full of listening pars ms well
as of gleaming eyes. If we Fay or do
tn* righi thing, that is knowa If we
say or do the wrong thin?, that ls
known. 1 suppose the population ol
the Intelligences in tho nir is more nu?
merous than tho population of intel!!
.? ? son tbe earth. Ob, that the story
rf our life might be tit f<<r such an
audlei in such an auditorium! God
grant thal wisdom sod fidelity and ear
nesoo-ss and truth may characterize
the ?'tale that ls told.*'
A Tnle Tlmf !?? Told.
Aye. all the world will yet listen tr
ano" be redeemed by a "tale that li
told." We are all telling it, eacb lr
his own wny?some by voice, some bj
p. :i. some by arl ' - nell, some by
harp ami some hy song; mother telline
It to child. teacher telling it to Sab
hath dass. reformer telling it to out
cast, preacher telling lt to af l Mage
The story of the l\ovellesl of beaten
coining clown lo V. .vu sn 1 1 hist?
ed Island of a world, ile was ordered
back from its shores and struck
through with lances of human hate as
soon as he landed. Shepherd's dog
haying od the hills that Christmas
night was better treated than this Res?
cuer of a race, yet keeping right on.
bles on brow, feet on spikes.
flagellated with whips that had lumps
of lead fastened to them, through mid?
nights without Lanterns, through
storms without a shelter, through
fears thal cot blacker until they ended
In a noonday with the sun blotted out.
Mightiest tale ever told, and keep on
j telling it until the last sorrow ls as?
suage I. and 'ho last animosity la
quenched, ant the last desert ls white
wah tbe 111' '. g riden with the row
slip, and blue with *he gentian, and
Crimson S Itt 'he rose.
While reading my teal the fourth
time I bethink myself that the story of
life will end when the group breaks
np. The "tale that ls told" stops when
the listeners depart Sometimes we
have been In groups Interestedly lis?
tening to some story told when other
engagements or the hour of the night
demanded the going of the guesta
That stopped the story. P.y this exit
of another year 1 am reminded thal
these earthly groups will break up No
family group, or social group, or re
llglous group, or political group stays
lory? together. Suppose some ..n*. should
take from the national arcblres the
roll of yonder United States senate
chamber or the roll of yonder bouse of
representatives as lt was made up 20
years ano and then call tbs roll. The
silence would be mightier than the
SS thal would hear and respond.
The family group breaks up. Did
you ever know a household that for 29
years remained Intact? Not one. \Vn?
there ever a church record the sam*
after the passage of 20 years or 18
years or 10 years? The fact ls that the
story of our life will soon end. bOCBBSS
the group of listeners will be gotta So
you see If we are going to give the
right trend aud emphasis we must give
lt right away. If there are OM people
In tbe group of our Influence, all we
can do for them will be In five or ten
yeara. If there are children around us.
in 10 or 15 years they will no longer
Di children, and they will be fashion?
ing the story of their own life. "What
thy hand Amleth to do. do lt with all
thy might." Passing all. passing ev?
erything, as a "tale that is told."
My text. In referring to the years, re?
minds me that In 12 hours this year
will forever have gone away. Ninety
nine out of the hundred years of this
century will have disappeared. Wo
have only one year of the century left.
There ought to be something especial?
ly suggestive lo the last year of a cen?
tury. It ought to be a year of un?
paralleled Industries, of unheard of
consecration. Not a person In any of
our audiences this day can remember,
. the first years of this century. Not a
ion in sir. "< ?i,r m Kia lin s ..
will ever again see the hist year of i
century.
Fnil of Ihe Ce nf wry.
Through medical science the world**
longevity may lie grei tlj '"1
the future, as lt has la-en in tie pas
but it WOUl'l not be well for the peopl
to live too long. Some of I hem m
through their skill at acquisitive, ss
gather too much, and tome multimll
llonalres would become billionaires tod
trillionalres. and tome would after
awhile pocket a hemisphere. No
Death is useful in its financial Hmlts
lions, and then all have enough sot
rows and annoyances and tttfferings
by the time they become nooajvrnari
nus or cen tent riant to make it dearin
bio to quit. Besides that, it would mu
ive Calf so long to keep so many good
old people out of heaven. So lt ls well
arranged that those who stand by the
deathbed of the nineteenth century win
DOt be called to stand by thc deathbed
Of the twentieth century.
Oh, crowd this last year with prat?
ers, with bftsannas, with kind wordi
with helpfulness. Make the peroration
Of the century the climax of Christlike
deeda Close up the ranks of God, nnd
during this remaining 12 months
charge mightily against the host of
Abaddon. Have no reserve corps. Let
swiftest gospel cavalry gallop, and
heaviest moral artillery roll, snd
mightiest evangelistic batteries thuu
der on the scene. Let ministers of the
gospel quit all controversy with tack
other and In solid phalanx mardi out
for the world's dltlntbratiment. Let
printing presses, secular ami religious,
make combined movement to instruct
and emancipate the world. On all the
hills let there be Elijahs praying foi
"a great raitt,** and on every contested
field Joshuas to see that final victor;
is gained before the sun goes down
and every mountain become a transfig
oration, and every Galilee t wilkins:
place of bim who cnn hush a tempest
Let us be Jealous of every month, of
every week, of every day Hint pastel
without something significant nm'
glorious wrought for God and this sll
cursed world. Lei our churches tx
thronged with devout assemblages
Let the chorals be more like gram)
marches than requiems. Let this com
Ills' year sec the Issi wound of T
raal and Philippine conflict, snd tin
cart' quake with the grounding arm
of the last regiment ever lo be mar
thaled. and the furnaces of the foun
dries blaze with the tires that shall
turn the last swords into plowshares.
And may all those whose lives lhal
go ont In this last year of a century. a?
many will, meet In the heavenly world
who in the morning and noonda*
of this hundred years toiled and sof
fered fer the world's salvation to tel!
them how much han been nccompl
for the glory of him whose i
through all the coming centuries tin
Scriptures describe ns going fortli '?<?< o
quertng snd to eon?iner." Ob. Du
contrast l*etwi*en Hist npllfled spee
lacie of eternal fr ll lil ph in the
en--'' of God and the Limb and flu -
earthly si spend oo
J***an as :i ':i!? fl.-lt l? lold "
RUNNING A PAPER IN CUBA.
Ita Owitl N< urly I ? ik . thf I?Imp:<:
I'riaon Ituunrtl.
The first American newspaper star:
ed In Cuba ?us owned bj Thoma*
Hawley, the war correspondent wk
confinement in various Cuban prii
by Weyler before the war sin
brought about international eompllcn
dona
"My first paper was published In
Santiago and was called The Times of
Cuba." said Mr. Hawley. "When the
natives heard I was going to print n
paper, they offered to get me a set of
robes Wardrobes are standing
Items authorized by thc public censoi
and appertaining t<> weddings, funeral*
and births. When any of these domes
tic events happens, the editor go< - I
the wardrobe, selects one of the items
Changes the names, sex and dates an
puts it into typo. This saves trouble
I declined the oner Decs ase i wanto
to '"? original, but Santiago was con
tervatlve, and when I printed som.
truths about the Cuban army 1 wai
threatened with ttsasslnatloa
"A friend told me that I could save
myself by hiring a substitute to sit In
(Bee and acknowledge the author
ship of any offensive Item. This I als.
declined. Perhaps lt was a mistake.
for a few days later tome of the towna
men came to the office and threw m<
bodily Into the street and ruined my
presses sod type. My next venture
was in another town in another prov?
ince. 1 took the same old name and
followed the same tactics, with the
same result. The next tim'The Time.
of ("nba was started In Havana. One
of the Judges found fault with me be
cause I called him the Filipino Judge.
as he had been appointed first bj
Queen Isabella In Manila. So I was
haled to court.
"He held court In his house, aud
when I called be was eating breakfast.
I told him that he need not be In nm
harry, but he said that the sight of me
made him so angry that it took awn;,
his appetite, and he would open cour
Immediately, lt took him about ten
minutes to find me guilty and sentence
m. to prison.
"'Pm willing to go to prison.* 1 said
'but I have one request to make. Dor
ing General Weyler's time.' I explain
ed. 'I ?vas allowed the high privilege
of residing in every prison of any note
on the island except Cabanas, and if i'
please your excellency I should like to
be seut there. 1 have always had a
curiosity to see what this prison \?
like, and If you wl'l grant me this re
quest I think I shall have established
an all around prison record that no
other American hrs ever touched, an rt
this ls worth something to me In my
business.'
"'ibis fuit a new phase on the mat
ter. and the Judge said that rather than
help me make a record he'd aee nu
hanged, but a* he could not do that I
was only lined."-Saturday BftnlOg
Post.
A Crlenri In Merri.
To risk a friendship in order lo do a
friend a service ls to tie a friend in?
deed. Such au act (alls for courage of
a hij*h order. Henry A. Wise of Vir?
ginia, says his biographer, natd to tell
this story of bia friend, Colonel John
McCarthy:
"It waa at the eutranct of a faro
bank. The colonel was about to go lu
and urged me to accompany him. 1
declined shortly.
" You have no right,' said 1, to set
such an example.'
"He said he should go alone and went
in. I followed him to the head of the
stairs and stopped him. Looking him
full In the face, I said:
" 'You aro rich lu everything. You
have a mother aud sisters. Are they
provided for by youV*
"lie turned black In the faco. The
veins in his temples curdled. I ex
pected he would strike me with his
cane. It was the only moment of our
acquaintance when I had reason to
suppose that we should no longer be
friends.
" Do you take me for a dog?' said he.
"'Yes.' said I. 'for baser than a dog
If you have the heart to give of your
abundance to the keepera of faro bank
hells Instead of giving it to a luotber."
The Kind You IIav?? Always Posjgtat, and which has been
iu uso for over 30 ycnrs, lias borne tho signature of
^j0 mVBA baa beea made under his pcr
^TLjrJ^j^V-^^; sonni siincrvision since its infancy.
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All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex?
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Infants and Children.--Experience against Experiment.
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contains neither Opium, Morphiae nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age la Us jruarantce. It destroys Worms
and allaya Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Coiic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
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fBILAUBLPBIA
CHAS 1 JKNKiXS.
1.
.uni.
'?il?' drop|M il u a. I e BJ (he
ann. went in. bet a few moments tod
then came ont completely subdued
Ever .'it'tcr thal bc would permit me to
chide bim like a little child."? Youth's
Companion.
Old I'.omnn (.old.
Tiic excavations on the ?ite of tho
ancient F< ram ar R >me still continue
to l?e successfully prosecuted. Last
week, for Instance, two of the work?
men engaged io the search for an?
tiquities laid r dating from
the time of Si ro and suddenly became
aware of the presence of ? glittering
substance. They proceeded to the dis?
covery of .i quantity < f sold coins lm
bedded In the st dimenl <>f the sewer.
They tv.;.-'! a hat with these coins,
which, when I ! and
class! f i ? ces ?'f
tJif fourth sod fifi il bad
evidently been thrown where they
were f"u:i<i for concealment at the
time of an Int un on .-f the barbarians,
their owners baring hs I no opportu?
nity of ng Ihem. They ore
nil beam rved, snd many
of them were evidently fresh from rho
mint. Th STU In number and be?
long to sei ? d different
When Mir (.(><% to Church.
An old woman in London recently
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That ls what lt waa made lae.
ffMui i
Curdy CftUasrttc, eora >'e?er
SHSSc If CC C fa* l.d. .^taia1 (a-tlaai >
T explained to her clerpyman why ph'
ceased to nttend church since lncens*
j was dlSCOOf inned.
"When I crocs to church." ah* sahl
firmly. "I likes to see summat, and ti
hear inminat and to smell summat. o'
else what la the Rood of goln at all?"
The atory has the great adrantap
that lt can he used hy both ritualist
and evangelicals.?New York Tribune
Thc FnfTirc of (hp \atlnn.
The man with a hoe. the fellow wit'
a ping plow, the man with an electr1
motor a?d the sutomoblle man are a
way tip. but the boss of all Ia the mi
with the baby carriage.-Tokeka ('ar
tal.
A Storr of Dr. Ahhntf.
Rev. Dr. Ly pan Abbott spends mnr
of his spare time when lu New Yo:
In one of the <\rop alcoves lu the 01
Astor library, artier* the falsie In fro
of him la littered with haul i
strewn with nepers. The siiendai
all know him. and his tra ufa are aev?
neglected. When tbe doctor la nt sr< i
ho buries himself In h!? book, lila e
hairs almost hidden hy the rot li m
and as long as he reads he is dead i
the rest of the world.
Not long ago another Industrlou
hookworm visited the library and cab
td for a certain book.
"I think Ur. Abbott has lt." replie
the clerk, lt was so. and the studen
was foreed to take up another line ol
investigation, very much agaiust blt
will.
Boon afterward still another man
came In sod went over to the alcove
In which the doctor and his rival sat
Ile called for no book, but was merci}
looking around aimlessly.
"Looking for a book?" asked the
rival.
"Oh. nothing In particular."
"Well." he added, slowly and stern
ly. "if JfOQ are looking for an> bot
that man over there." pointing to tin
r. "has lt. and he will koop lt. sir
for a whole year."?Saturday BvfMlBg
Tost,
< Ufir.-ftra and Tears.
A touching little scene happened the
other day. One of the Gordons had hU
arm amputated. A Boer In the nen
bed had his arm taken off exactly In
the same place. 1 took charge of the
Boor as he was brought from the the
ater, and on his becoming conscious
the two poor fellows eyed each other
very much till oar good natured Tem
my could stand rt as longer.
"Slater." he railed, "give him twa
cigarettes out of my box and tell bim
I sent them. Here ls s matcti. Light
one for him."
I took the cigarettes and the message
to the Hoer, and he turned and looked
at Tommy In amazement, and then
quite overcome, he burst into tears.
Tommy did the same, and 1 sm
afraid I was on the point ot Joining in
th^ - horns, but time would not permit.
?Ladysmith Correapondence.
Hr Paaaed.
In the Hf** of Dean Liddell (Liddell'
and Scott's Greek Lexicon) lt ls nar?
rated that Christchurch. Oxford, was
the resort of many "gentleman com?
moners." who passed or tVIr family.
not their scholastic st *>_?? .rn-nts. Still
they lind to be "exa mined." and one of J
them, who had beofl sent to attend I
course of leeturss on the atmosphere,
came before Osbourne (Jordon fof an
Inquiry into his very human under?
standing.
"Well. Mr. Hl.'ink." said Gordon,
"what is thc atmosphere composed
of?"
After much hesitation the man re?
plied. "Zinc."
"Thank you." said Gordon. ?That
will do. Good morning."
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offered.
By private arrangement with the
peblldierof the American Agriculturist
we are enabled to make the fellowing
oiler to all cash paying rabseriberi to the
IlKKALD, who pay one year in advance.
The Shenandoah Herald 1.00
!' American Agriculturist 1.00
Am. Ag. year book for 1880 50
$2.:>o
We offer all for $130 per year.
Th" American Agriculturist is the
loading agricultural paper ol the coun?
try.
The year book contains information
valuable to everyone but especially to
the farmer. Thia offer will continue till
Dec. gilt 1800.
TIE EXCaLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS
is due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the California Flo STRUT
Co. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing1 the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
bj? t'ne California Fig Syrup Co.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one io avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par?
ties. Thc blgh standing of the Cali?
fornia Flo STMOT Co. with the medi?
cal profession, and tbe satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
{riven to mi'lions of families, makes
thc name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of i;-~ remedy, lt is
fur !:i advance of all othtr laxatives.
nets on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken?
ing them, and it doei not gripe nor
nauseate. In order to get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
the Company ?
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
0*1 FRANCISCO, C aL
uni M vii.I 1. K?. M? UHK.S.V.
V [ROINIA. To-Wit :
In the Clerk sOfRoe of th*- Circuit Court of
Bl indeedCounty, on the 7th day of Dec.
In vacation.
Hmm." June Miller. Complainant
Against In Chancery
James H. Mili'-r I?< f.-ndant
The o ?Jeet nf thi* suit in to obtain a divorce
from Ilse bandi <>f matrimony.
It appearing by sflldsvit tiled that the de
fendaot la mt sn inhabitant <>t tins state. It is
ordered. Thal be do sppear here within fifteen
tfterdue publication hereof, and do
h hat i? necessary t<> protect his interest' that
s copy of this order bc published In some
newspaper printed In Mn namloah county.
inri' ;i sreeh for four successive weeks, and a
copy posted at the frost door of the Court
House of said county, on the first day ofthe
next County Court.
Q.HABBY HACN.c.c. c.P. c
A Copy* Tests
,;. HA KUY HA CN. c. ces c
.!...? I iur W. IV. lauran.n. ii.
Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
It arti tidally digests the food and aidi
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gani It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach lt* in efficiency. It in
stantly relices and permanently cure*
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
Sick-Headache.Gastralkna.Crampe.and
all "thor results of imperfect digest ion
rrspared by E C DcW!U A Co . Cblcaao
L. ll. Irwin,
JAMSS WICKHAM.
PractlcalELECTRICIAN,
WooDi-arxK, Va.|
il prepared bo furnish electrical door
hell?., i?iirLrlaralarm>*,annunciator8 ."ctn
fans, tic. and to repair electrical ep
paratna of all kinds.
Office and Laboratory, Corner ol
Court and Muhli-nbiirg streets, Wood?
stock, Va.
Prompt attention #iven to all caIIs.
Orders by telephone will receive
prompt attrition.
-, .uni 11 .uli -Marksi i i.i11ii il and
em besJiicss eoadacted for Modcmatc Fen.
Oua Orrie t isorrosirc U.S. Pat t e. t Orri cc
4iwl we ..?n v*. ure y itt nt in Us-, laras tana lanai
rctaots from \v sshi . ton.
il iiioilci, draw log ur photo., *?ith i!i terip
tion. We advise, if [utitit.iMr or not. free of
ch irj*r. Our fee not ?!.ie lill patAMSt i* sccurrJ.
a Pa tarn lit, " How t" Obtain Patent*,'" >Mth
cost 'Tf BSSBS 'in the I'.S. ai J foreign countries
sent fret-. Address,
C.A.SNCW&CO.
X Orr. patcht Orriec, Washington. D. C. J
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TH? VALLEY
Building & Loan Association,
WOODSTOCK, VA.
OFFK'KKS :
J. L. Wisman, Pres. ami Gen.
Manaor r.
\V. S. Fukx< ii, V. President
\Y W. Logan*, Sooty. aml/Treas.
/
di kw Tons :
J. t. Wisman, Gao. H. Geaky,
W. W. Lo-iAN, Ti. If WaLKDB, P.
VV. Ma<;ku>kr.
Address W W.LOGAN,
Secy. A Tresa,
Woodstock, Va,
ade of the best material and workmanship DDtorpaaMd
Saddles, Bridles, Collars,
of all st'lss and at all prices, to fit all kinds ol liorpcs
Buggy Vhyipsaryd Robss
well selected, anti ol} gmt variety.
HEAVY TEAM HARNESS
old and new style to emt tbe taste of the porcbaeer,
TRUNKS, VALISES, SATCHELS. -
Gcntiemen's suit cases and e?erytblrg in the line, constant!
on hand and
Sold at the
Lowest Prices.
Call at the Harness Store ot
j. .a. .rrz-s^-HT &c co.
SHENANDOAH COUNTY
I
Home Office, Woodstock, Va.
OFFKKKS:
E. D.NKvVMAN, Pres. And Ueti'l Manager.
J. W. SANTMIER. Vice Pr .
M.b. WUNDFR. ry.
M. COFFMAN, freMQrei
DIKECTOKN:
E. D. NEWMAN, L. S. WALKER,
M. B. WUNDER, E. E. -STICK LE V
D. C. O'FLA NERTY. B. B. BAUN,
J. W, SANTMIEK, JOttlAB STIOKLEY.
F. S. PENNYBACKEB, W A. PENCE,
B. F. BORDEN, JA.>. M. PAINTER.
Assets, December, :U?t, I8M..' i
Assets, nsO?SB*SSCf3la?,l4M. :-"?_?*;
Aas?ts, December, 3< rh. l-*:i.1310.4.1? *<
Assets, December 31 I8H. M4I.977
Assets. Decani tsr 31 1806. *tf71,42M*?
Assets, Decerul?rr 3ltb, l**W.1690,819 30
Money advsneedoo the Stock of the Association, or loaned on real sstms secant*
n ?a*y terms.
Parties desiring to provide for themselves home*), or to pay off indebtedness is
mat. onthly payments will find the Association to be just what they want.
Address. M. B. WUNDER, 6eoty. Woodstock, Vs., tor papers and information:
Ito. at?iff
SOOTuEl amwil
lime Table in effect
Dec. IO. 1899.
EASTWARD.
Lt. Harrisonburg
'? Linville
'* Cowsns
44 Broadway
M Timberville
41 New Market
M Quickabtirg
11 Mt. Jackson
M ScHnburjr
44 Woodcock
14 Maurertown
44 Tom's Brook
?? Fibers Hill
44 Strasburg
44 Riverton
Ar. Front Roysl
M Plains
44 Mauassai
Ar. Washington
?Nol4: No.30 aTo.W
AaUP.M. F.M.
C 48
6 86'
7 02
7 06j
7 11;
7 17'
7 22
30
44
sa
0)
S 06!
8 20,
8 4a I
8 52
9 99
10 60
12 00
noon
3 35
3 Bil
4 00i
4 06|
4 13
4 22;
4 31
4 41
4 88
fi ll
5 21
5 27
t;stl
5 46
fi IS|
6 23
7 3D
8 25
146
P. M.
7M
7 tl
7 5(j
7 88
fl 06
H -jo
8 42
8 66
9 27
9 -4*
10.06
10 13
lo 24
10 Ih
WESTWARD
No.13.No. 0 !No. 7
Ia. m.
r. m.
Lv. Washington
?? Manaatai
44 Haymarket
?? Plains
A. M.
4 01 - '
6 06
6 rm 6 "'4
B 61 10 21
44 Reetortown
44 Delapkuas
Lv. Front Royal
44 Riverton
44 Strasburg
44 Fishers Hill
44 Tom's Brook
44 Woodstock
* Edin burg
"M; Jaekson
44 Qnickiburg
44 Hew Market
?* Tlmberrllls
44 Broadway
4* Cewans
?4 I.invills
Ai. Harrisonburg;
Trains Nos. 13, 14,71 snd 72 run
daily eicept Sunday. Nos. 9 and 36
daily.
Arrive st and depsrt from Pennsyl?
vania R. R. Passenger Station, Waah
ington, I). C., where botli trains make
immediate conuectloa for sud from
Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York.
For detail Information aply to Agent of
tbe Southern Kai I way. or write to
L.8. BROWN, (Jen'l Agent
70* Fifteenth St*-K. W.. Washington, D C
Frantk{8.0ANNON,J.M.CULP, W.A.TCHK
Al ?.r* irOen. M. Tra file Man. G. r\ A,
WsahiBaTtoo.D C
AFRICAN A wfn curs Syphilis sad 016
fe*s to 5ca/ CfsfosL
Ni^W HorfQik^Western
? ai-AT.wa scssfjuieftsj ????**
Nov. 19 1899
Leave Itiverton,
Northbound
8.27 a m. 7.,S3 v. ui
South and Westbonnd
9,48 a. m. 6 57 p. rn
\^\otN!A.i ?HIO,
VV^rV^CimA.
fit**]'
/Tl*
(0 LURAV
v GROTTOES
Natural bridgc
/fountain lake
BRISTOL
5 Knoxville
chattanooga
. lookout mountaiw
birmingham
MEMPHIS
NEW
ORLEANS
NO
ROAf< *
KENOVA
CHILL1COTHE
COLUMBUS, CHICACO
AND THE NORTHWEST.
h'm tefer Rates Map* Ti nit TbHes Sitting Cai
Res*, ri-gttcru DfiC'h^t >t Pamphlets ti wy Agent rr t?
W.BBEVIU /LlEM'sUlL. I Mf&PACC.
SjajaTaaSaas AatM SaatasaSaai ...>?*Pm\Aci
w
50 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
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Trade Mar..a
_I Designs
STY** ' Ccpvr gmvs Ac
An ron* sending a sketch ar <\ rt>*.cr1t>fton rna*
snfcklr aaccrt;nn cor wu i< n free ?? hot her aa
I 'iMniiini,-^
V on Patents
fiTHtiOnn la it.
"Jonsstrictlyora r*
sent free. < >M.>?? i
Patents taken th/w.u-h Mum A
s*wbi< *>->*t/v, w ? >
?irria? patenta.
rceira
Scientific American.
A handsomcl* illu*.trife'l irately. I ^nre*: rr
mint ton of anr ? - I ?
??>nr fourm< ,-,?.r.. ?. j :,yAj| new. !#>*>.*,
NUNN ?Co?????*? New Ycrl
Branch office. Of ?" St ' vt on. I t
PARKER*
HAIR BALSAM
Cl raman ant beautifias tba Baa*.
Promote* a taxariknt growth.
Never Tans to Bettor* dray
Hair *o tta Youthful Color. _
Cum ?< i/p d ?.?..-? a htj* frJIiaa. I
SV.amlt"'...4 Dfaa**aSj j
no-io . ifiy rema.
f,us" :ia5to:> veal
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FRICANA will cure Ecaetnr
- urrta to Stay Cured.
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