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Miss Rebecca Rinker has now on
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An experienced trimmer trill giro
? he la?hcs satisfaction.
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ot all kinds.
Prices reasonable. Miss Hollaway,
sn excellent trimmer is now with um
and will roakojevery effort to please
yost; *>P* &?
leep of I ?? .'ll'<
hum - : c'luisiU1 In midlife sis
hours will do for tbs aged, and "lu
Shall rise up at the voice of the hird.'
Lei nil aged tuen and women i
ber th.it they have been permitted tc
do a great *Kal of sleeping in theil
time and that if they do not sta ;> >?
?. as they used to it is becauM
they do n>t require so much sleep.
Remark thc seventh: Insomnia I:
probnl I) a war;, og that I bad bet
ter i ate your work. Most "f tho^i
in em ploy u ent? it pull 01
; and brain are tempteu ic
I ?sary rest, and sleeplessness calls
I n their pleasuring tums to
. as Sir Joshua U<> Holds, the
? painter, tnk ng a walk with S
friend, met a run brownell |>easant
!...;. and said. "I must go hone- snd
deepen the colorli > infant Her
pules." The sun brownell boy rog*
? 1 nil Improvement In a great pie
tuie. By Ihe time most people have
reached midlife, if they have behaved
well, more doors of opportunity op a
before them than they ought to enter.
Power to lifeline, power to say "No,"
they should now cultivate. When a
man is deb rmi ned to be useful and
satan cannot dissuade bim from that
course, the great deceiver Induces him
to overwork and In that way get rid of
liim. We have thermometers to tell
the heat, and ban to tell the air,
and ometers hung Id engine rooms to
tell the pressure Of steam, and ometeis
to gauge and measure slim st everj ?
thing Would that >ome genius would
Invent an ometer which, being hung
) the i and dropped over
h.aii and lung, would, by the pulsa
tion tell whi thi
ls ui li r too great pressure or might
carr) ni ire. All t rain workers would
want such ID ometer and want it righi
away, for the lack of it how many
are dying and hov.' many have dil I ol
ork? a prominent nnamier who
recently departed this life waa an of*
Beer In over 100 financial and charita*
hie instit"' ? >:.- Thousands of editors.
of lawyers, of physicians, of mer
??limits, of clergymen, are now dying of
overwork. Do not bc in the board of
directors of more than three hanks and
two trust companies and fire life and
tire insurance establishments. Do not
as pastor preach more than Inn I
mons a Sunday and superintend your
own Sahhath school and Conduct a Bi?
ble plaSS the same da] . I ?o not edit
a paper and write for three magazines
and go to four public dinners where
you will l>e celled to make a speeeb
more than four times a week. Do not
l*" so deep into i1 ? late business
that before spring all the real estate
you will really possess will bs a piece
of ground Sboul -ix feet long lind three
? wi.le. Your insomnia ls the voice
of nature, the voice of God, savin;.*.
"Better slow up!" stop that long,
swift train, tlie wheels of which are
tHkinir tire from tl Ity and smok*
lng with the hot box. Im not burn the
candle at both ends Do not under too
many burdens sweat like a camel
trudging from Aleppo to damascus.
I?o not commit suicide.
The Last Sleep.
Kerrmrk thc eighth: All the victims
of insomnia ought to lie consoled with
the fact that they will have a good,
long sleep after awhile. Sacred and
profane literature Sgalfl ami again
\ of that last sleep. God knew
that the human race would be div
to make a great ado about exit from
this world, and so he Inspires Job mid
David and Daniel and John and Pr.ul
to call that condition "sleep." When
at Bethany ihe brother who was the
Mipi>ott of his sisters after their fa?
ther and mother were goOS had him?
self expired. Christ cried out In regard
to him. "Ile ls not dead, hut sleepeth."
Cheering thought to all poor sleepers,
for that will be a pleasant sleep, In
doced by no narcotic, disturbed by no
i frightful dream,, interrupted by nc
harsh Bound. Belier ll vu
you ever took. 0 chill of Cod will h
thc his; sleep, in j .rn* otht
ycur home may be Invaded hy I ??
L-l irs ami your tn .; ir * . 1 ? "
but wi,il.- 1"T'- ? al :
ont of millions, tl i i
disturb the | low of dm t i! i
sleep is ainu .t si, ,. (,, be 1., i frou
invasion. There will be no bm
of the tomb. And it will bf a refresh
lng sleet.. You have aomeilmef rtftei
In ihe morning more weary than whet
you laid down at night, hut Wi
from the shop of which I speak tli*
last fatigue, the last ache, the hist WOT
rimeiit. will be forever gone. Oh. what
a refreshing shep!
Most people are tired. The nights
do not repair tlie day. Scientists, hy
minute calculation, say that ever]
night comes a little short of restoring
tin" hody to where it was the day he
fore, snd so every seventh day was
put in for entire rest to make up in
reparation for what ihe nights could
not do. Bul BO restful will he the hist
sleep that von will risc from it without
One >";e nerve, without one tired limb
rested, forever rested, as only Cod
can rest \ou. 0 ye tired folks all np
snd down ihe World tired with work,
or fired with persecutions, or tired
with ailments, or tired with bereave
e.ems. or tired In the struggle against
temptation clap your hands with eter?
nal glee iii expectation of that sleep
from which you will wake up so rest*
ed that you will never need another
sleep or even another night. "There
shall bc no night there." because there
win be no med of its quieting Infln*
ences. No lengthening of the shadows
of tower ami wall and gate. No even?
ing mist rising from the river. No
sundown. "Thy sun shall no more go
down, neither shall thy moon with?
draw itself, for the I.ord shall he
thine everlasting light, and the days
of thy mourning shall he ended."
So. my hearer, my reader. "Good
night!" May God give you such sleep
t as is best for ,\mi. and if you
wake too soon may he till your soul
with reminiscences ami expectations
that will he helter than slum!.er. Coed
night! Ilavin_* in prayer, kneeling at
the bedside, committed yourself and ail
yours to the keeping of the slumber
less Cod, fear nothing. Th" pestilence
that walkcth in darkness will not i
your doorsilL and you need not bt
afraid of evil tidings. Good night!
May you have no such experience bs
Joh had when he said. "Thou searest
me with dreams ami terrifies! me
through Visions." If you dream at al!
may it he a vision of reunions and con
gratulatlons, ami. waking, may yon
find Bl n e of them tllle. Good D
And when you < "ino to the ht -t sleep
tl:c blissful si.cp. the last s! -pp, may
yon he able to lura mid say to all the
ians and fatigues and h.
mid pangs <?f a lifetime. "Good n
and your kindred, standing around
illumined pillow, give you hope?
ful though sorrowful farewell ns yon
out from their loving embroee
Into the bosom of a welcoming (I '
Good night! G.1 n!_-ht!
SUN WORSHIP AND SACRIFICE
The Oritilnnl Re>||a?|a>H of fha Hin?
doo* nmi thc I'cralaaa,
"I think." said Rajah Sivaprasad
"that huu worship was the
Worship ut both thc l ? lt.,
Ellndooe. I k.i..:. st i .. animals n*
thi sun rlaes gaze on it with awe
which is perhaps the first t"
?cling of reverence for thi
of light. Thu Vedas are full of
ip. Hut the priests of the Kiln
doo! gave up tlie simple, direct worship
of the sim and brought In hy way of
sun offerings animal saerinv***
1 hy lire, for they look?d upon lil?
as patt of the sun. In course of
people liegan to think and io questloi
with regard to this sacrificial wor
"Then came Buddha, and. Buddha 1 <
ing a _.i and gri af man. when h<
saw the animals' throats cut though;
'How can K.'. possibly collie Ol
evil?' And the firsl thiiifi wa
lo forbhl sat i Iflce and say. 'Not hui I
any i I ie.' Bud
?.. em oul from his home and med!
tated. TIm n he came back to Benare*
and at Sa mat li argued w Ith the I
mans, who justified their sacrifices ol
the authority of the Vedas. Hut Bud
dha said: "What are the Vedas hut tin
w<>rk of munis ami rishi-V There If
nothing supernatural alwul them.'
"And so the great schism arose, P.nd
dha sgainsl the Brahmans and th?
Brahmans against bim. Many of the
rajahs and maharajahs .ame and bean!
him ami were couverted, till at last
Buddhism was In tbe ascendant, foi
We have In Indlfl a saying "As ls tnt
king, so are the people.' Then came
King Vlkramadltya, in whose honor a
Dew era \\.-is founded, reckoning by
which we are now (this was in is'.rj.
in the year 1049. King Vlkramadltya
was s Ksbatriya and believed in B
im, and with his reign Brahman
ism and Vedlc religion began to revive.
"After many centuries appeared Ben*
karacharya, a Brahman, who under
took lo persecute and drive out th
Buddhists, lie said: Tbt -? pet pie dt
not believe In a Creator. How can
possibly be tolerated?1 And be
?hove them out ami re-established the
Vedlc religion. By this time tl." <!.
approval of animal sacrifice had be*
firmly rooted. Ami as sacrifices
enjoined In the Vedas Sankara
eberys got over the difficulty by saying
that it was only In the golden Bge.
when the animals slaughtered could be
restored to life, that sacrifices were re
quired. There was DO riced to sacrifice
now. To this day animal sacrifice ls
dispensed arith among tbs majority of
the Hindoos, although not ko among
tho Kshstiiyes snd among many ofthe
* _ ? ?! Ministers.
in The Ladlea' Home Journal Ian
Maclaren writes on "Should the nil
< lergyman Be Shot?" contending that
"short of Immorality and unbelief om
cannot imagine a greater hindrance to
the energj of the church than a large
proportion of aged and Infirm minis
'ive duty. Fur this will lucan
? m theology, the neglect of the
young, isolation from Ihe spirit of thc
day and emil, ss wrangling. Nothing
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ergy of the church than the compul?
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of every minister above the age of 6TX
Per 'his would mean not only a reserve
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are young, and old ministers have a
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of the peace. When the church
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ni. then this standing feud will
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AN ARCTIC TRAGEDY.
Waa Thia the Kate of Members of
A ml ree'pj Tart > f
Rear Admiral a. ii. Campion of
Great Britain bas published part of a
letter received from r<?rt Churchill, tbe
Most northerly part of tbe lludaon Raj
company, which possiblj contalni newt
of Andree's fate. The letter ls dated
Aug. 1 nnd Ir from A. IL Alston, B
nephew of Admiral Campion, artie has
been Stationed for the last flve years ai
Fort Churchill and arno onderstaud>
toe Bskiaio language. The published
"V<ui will no doubt I"' surpiiaed t
hear that Andree's expedition bas per
ishi'il in these parts lu the carly pal
of sprit;/ an fiskimo named old Don
ald'a Sou. arith several other Eskimo*
came to ??ur magazine io make som
purchases. After they were lliroug
their business all of ihem left tl.
store with the exception <f OM 1 ><
Bid's Sou, w hn asl cd u I;, flier the l :?
loon had ascended again as there we;
two white ruell K: 11* ?< 1 ls*n summer ll
the north, and it was Lei.veil that the
srere members of the halli un party.
"I did aol pay attention to thu storj
hut In compliance arith my duties i r<
porto.1 it to Pr. Milne In ??'ar Yor.
Later, however, there came two ot he
Eskimos to our camp??8tockhy mid bl
brother?and tbe Bews they brougl
left little doubt as to the fate of An
dree's balloon expedition. Btockby's
brother, while banting for moak o*i
rame across four wlilte men who wen
snooting deer. Several other Eskimos
who came upon the scene did not soe
the deer and tboogbl the white men
srere making targets of them. The)
thereupon took their hows and arrows
and shot down two af the whites, one
of whom died Instantly. The other two
ran away, pursued hy the Eskimo*.
and whether they eseaped or not ls not
kby*s brother saw tbe two dead
men. with tba srrews still In their
bo lies one n middle aged man. short.
broad and stockily built, and the other
a younger man. The elder wore a
knickerbocker su't. with striped stock
ln>'s, nml the other had on a garment
made .?f cloth. Both had nipa, 00
which there was a meta; tag. The Bb
klinos wanted Htockby's brother to re'
turn wit I- them, as there wan a lnr>
round thing Ulled with tobacco, clot
inp, munitions, etc.. bnt he refused ,
Join them. He dbl brine back, howe?
er, two wolf rugs and part of sn Riki
mo suit, such as sra wara In fha f?
north. Just to thaw that hs ks 1 beoa is
far as ht stated. ! kart aotlflsd tte
commissioner of those facts.**
Tlie Hindoo and tkt Kellaloa.
Why. the Bindoo asks himself
should he accept this western religion'.
Ile has one of his own. ancient, potent
elastic. lt embodies his Instluctlvi
genius, suits his special needs, ls older
than tba Christian, rests on IbOUghl
he has Steborated and many weston
men hsve learned to admire. To sur
render his religion would he to timk,
a complete surrender of himself. Ids
past, ids separate mind and Peing and
to Income a mere echo of the civili/a
tlon he despises. The Hindoo rvactinr.
is thus a very real force, moved bj
reasons we cannot but respect. Pani
otlsm lives behind and within lt. In lt
the orient stands up against the oed
dent, denes lt. challenges its right to
come east and Impose Itself on what ls
older, more congenial to the oriental
nature and too deeply rooted to be
plucked up by alien hand;?. And so
we need nov Ih? surprised to find the
reformer succeeded by the reactionary,
though behind the veil of his reaction
the spirit that would reform still lives.
Tor the Hlndoolsm he defends ls not
tho Hlndoolsm Of the multitude, the re?
ligion of tue street and the temple, of
Kail Ghat and the lunga puja, of the
sacred river or caste. It is no Idealiz?
ed system, eclectic, clothed in gar?
ments which are heirlooms from the
past, but quickened by a spirit which
belongs to the present. Not all lt finds
lu Hlndoolsm la Indian, but some of lt
lt very occidental indeed.?Contempo?
ThoiiKlit Ile Waa l>end.
Mr. John Stuart, the special corre?
spondent 01' The Morning Post, in a ba?
ter which he has addressed to that pa
per. writes 'hat Bfter Ihe battle of
Elandslnagte "a Dutchman was found
moaning and crying un lei- a thorn bush.
?I'm dead! I'm dead!' he cried. 'It's
that dreadful lyddite.' Ho was told
that no Iv Idite lind la-en used in the
batt! d ! now it wa*.' he said, ?be?
cause I rend ;' in Tl ?? Standard and
Diggers' Ne ?.' * ? ? He was exam
hied and punched ntl over and found
to he not so much as sera ti lied. 'I
know.' lie s:iid 'Iimi I'm dead. I'll die
soon The Standard and Diggers' News
says that Ivddlt" kil!s you without
hurling rou " London Truth.
A raw potato will remote mad
stains from black clothes.
Massachusetts has spent 120,000
lo pet rid ofthe g>psy moth.
Heel's heart should always be
snaked in vinegar ami waler.
bittali Oriental nips make effec?
tive coverings for floor on sb i OOH.
A liny bit of blue lu water you
wash gluss m adds to ns brillian?
Strong lye or soft soap will keep
pots sud pinn clean sud blight.
Uaw whif?H of eggs is sn excel?
lent nourishment for ailing child?
Di led orange peel, allowed to
smoulder, will kill <% bcd odor
A sink should be rubbed with
lam,) oil twice a wick to fce? p i?
One town in Missouri lorniabet
in OOO poonda of Iroga legs a year.
Table oilcloth Ls a saul ta ry sub
smote for wail paper in the kltch
Newspapers wrapped around iee
will prevent it Hom melting too
London butter is made from lr ?
/.??ti ci earn imported hom New
' IRGINIA. To-Wit
In the <";? rk"- OfB<.t the Circuit Court of
Shanan ioah i Mijnty. on tho 7th <lay of Pee.
la vai atios.
Kinma JsneMiller. Complainant
Asrair.st J In Cbaneer)
Janies ll. Mi Defendant
Theo ?Ject ol tbtssuit is to obtain a divorce
from the bands <.t matrimony.
lt appeariug b) affidavit Bled that tbe de?
fendant is not .wi inhsbitant of this State, lt is
ordered. That be do appear hvr<- within fifteen
ifterdue publicationJbercof, ami do
weat ii i'to protect btu interest; thal
i < > i-y of ttn> i publish! <i in some
newspaper printed in Shenandoah county,
t week for four successive weeks, nn?l ?
cop) posted ftt the front doorol tiie Court
Itouseof said county, on the Brstdsy ofthe
next County Court,"
Q. H \RRY HATS. c. C. C.S.0
A Copi Tests
ii. HARRY HAIN. c.CCi C
dec. -i iw. vs. w. i ogao*p. j.
Digests what you cat.
It arti tidally digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon?
structing the exhausted digestive or?
gans It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. Nootber preparation
can approach lt in efficiency. It In?
stantly relicesand permanently cures
dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
Sick Headache.Crast raIgia.Crsmps,and
all other result** of imperfect digest ion
Prepared by E C DeW'U SCo . Cblcaao
Ls It* Irwin.
is prepared to furnish electrical door
bells, burglaraJarrrnvtnnunciatori sets
fans, tte and to repair electrical ap
paratus of all kinds.
Office nod Laboratory, Corner ol
Court and Muhlenburg streets,Wood
Prompt attention sriven to all calls.
Orderaby telephone will receive
Cat-asts, and li >de?M arks obtained and sll Fal
cnt bttsiaass conducted for moocratc Ftes.
Ou a Or ri cc isoppositc US Ps tc nt Orr ic c.
ami wean SCCSUS patent iii les* USM than thn->ei
remote from \\ sahllifftOO.
Send nv/.lcl, drawing or photo., with d<-?rrip
lion. V c advise, if prtlentabk* or not, free of J
casrajs. Our fee not due tin patent li secured.
A PA Sf SM Lf T, " How I > Obi on Patent*," ** ithi
i same in the I.S. ai d foreign countries j
sent free. Address,
> Oss Patcnv Orricc. Washington O. C. i
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Building & Loan Association,
OFF* kk8 :
J. Ii. Wisman, Pies, fasd Gen.
W. S. PlsW ii, V. President.
W W. bu, an, Sec ty. and Treas.
J. Ir. WlSMAN, <iKO. R. (.KAKY,1
w. w. Looaji, L S. Walkdb, P. j
W. Ma(HU I>KK.
Address vf, W. LOGAN,
Secy. A Tresa. I
ade of the best material and workmanship unsurpassed
Saddles, Bridles, Collars,
of all stylss and at all prices, to fit all ^kindfl'ol hoi
Buggy Vfy ps and Robes
well selected, and^oP great variety,
HEAVY TEAM HARNESS
old and new style to suit tlie taste "of the purchaser,"
TRUNKS. VALISES, SATCHELS.
Gentlemen's suit eases and I ?erj thing 1 r. tbe lint Btantl
on hand and
Sold at the
Call at the Harness Store ol
J. .A. .DYSABT & CO.
HW il LOAN ASSOCL
Home OSice? Woodstock- Va.
E. D. NEWMAN, Pres. and GeuM Mauager.
J. W. SANTMIEK, VicePre..
M. ii. WUNDEE, Secretary.
M. COFFMAN, IreaWfirtr
E. 1). NEWMAN, L. S. WALKER,
M. B. WUNDEE, K. K. STICKLED
D. CO FLAHERTY. H. ll. HAIN,
J.W. SANTMIEK, JOSIAH 5TICKLEY
F. S. PEHNYBAOKER, W. A. PEKOE,
B. F. BORDEN, JA>->. M. PAIMER.
Assets, December, :Ust, l*".'l.174,358 IO-. -
aaSStS, Deoember, '.Us*, V9H. M7*,flU2 81
A?8eu, December. M th, MK). *2l".' 0 "'?
Asset*, December 31 1894. M4t.977.37
Assets, December SI 1886. I 71.428,0!j*.
Assets, Deeaaibat 3D li, 18W.?' :?-.-!? :*"
Mono*; advanced on the Stock ol" ?he AsHoeiation, or loaned on reai e*<tu,e .tcnitt
u easy term*.
P-uh^s desiring to provide for themselves boasts, or to pay oft' imlehtt-diKss >(
mai. onsblf pajuisi ts will rind the 4asosiation to be just srhat tba] s ..
Address. M. B. W UNDER, Secty. Woodstock. Va., lol papers and informal iori:
lime Table m effect
M New Market
?' Mt. Jae kson
M Tom's Brook
11 F!?herg Hill
Ar. Front Royal
Ev. Front Roysl
?* Fishers Hill
44 Toni's Brook
si i Jackson
*? Kew Marks!
?Nol4' No.12 No.72
.-AM..P. M. 1P.M.
No.D'. No. 0 'Nc . 7
r. M. A. M.
11 40'A. M.
I IT j
Trains Nos. 13, 14, 71 and 72 run
daily except Sunday. Nos. 9 and 12
Arrive at and depart from Pennsyl?
vania R. R. Passenger Station, Wash?
ington, D. C., where both trains make
immediate connectioa (or and from
Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York.
For detail information aply to Agent of
tbe Southern Hallway, or write to
L.8. UKOWN.lien'l Agsot.
706 Fifteenth 31.. w. w.. WashingtoD, D C
Frants^.OANNON, J.M.CPLP, W.A.TUBK
Sd t.t* atien. M. Traffic Man. 0. P. A,
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Nov. 19 1899
C.27 a. m. 7..?3 p. m.
8ooth and Westbound
6.57 p. rn
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AND THE NORTHWEST.
fr*te fer Rates Map* Tint* Th Net Sleepy Cae
/>?? -/v? *\ ."J* /?**??) '"'?' Pamphlet* fiann Agent rn tn
Wpbevill ,Allen j+Juil I M^asicc.
Ocm** Pm Attar Si'^ Pam *u?i T-.*?u"?**P*^ Act
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nventlon ls probably patatitaMs < na ssank**a
Jons *thotlyr. tadantUl. Handbook <m ratt-nta
sent free. Olde* atfonry f.-r *e?-untiir patenta.
Patents takrni tbroi:*h Matta A ?'... r?*cel**sj
npef\,U aSttSJ, ? Bboal chnrvo. In the
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Bair to ita Youthful Color.
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