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JOHN H. GKABILL.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8. lOOl.
Gov. Roosevelt missed the best op.
portuuity, <?f his lite, of being lioniz
(tl, while hrs WSS OBt Mest hunting
The Unit eil Slates will give lier
citizens lilli opporl unity to show their
patriotism l?v enlisting in the anny.
More men are needed tor the Philip?
If the Legislature will not pro?
vide for the better accommodation of
tlie patrons of tbs penitentiary, we
would advise all our people to keep
out ot ii.
'Tilt* House af Delegates wanta a
convention of 100 members while the
Senate wants BOmemberSa It would
1m- well to divide the Senate number
l?y 8, and have a convention of 40,
Sven a smaller number would be
The less general legislation we
have the better it will be for the peo
pie. Ifihe Legislature should do noth?
ing but provide for a constitutional
convention and for the enlargement
ofthe accommodations of the peni?
tent iary, it would be a successful
Richard Carter Gilligan WM refus
e 1 a new trial by the Supreme Court.
IL* will now be compelled to eerve
?>.it tia- lenience ol 1** years, for the
murder ot' C. Beverly Turner, his
sweetheart'- father, unless the Gov
rrnor should see proper to intervene.
If the members ofthe LeirjsJatorc
?lf?,ire to please their oonstiluments
they will h:i\ ? the Constitutions]
convention ct I of a small num?
il.r of members. Forty Brood men
will do better work than one hun?
dred men, when only a fraction of
ihf whola- number are titted to frame
a constitution. Lt us have a small
convention and then let the people
ilctidi' upon their work.
The women have undertaken to
break up tIk* whisky saloons in Kan
?? v with ilmir huh' hatchets. The
m. n who nm thesesaloensare viola-*
tors of tlie law, and the women form
mobs brains,, tin- men fail Itt punish
violators ot tin- law. In the South,
mobs .-nc made up of nun who aro
determined that every assault upon
females shall lac summarily punished.
In Kansas, the ladies torin 1 heeaselves
ii it *? mobs, ami however good may be
their intentions, they are as much
violators of the law, as the men in the
rJoUtb, who propose lo exeeuie the
unwritten law sgainst ail wretchti
Mob lass exposes the innocent as
well as the guilty to the danger of
summary puulshmtnt and should
everywhere be frowned down by the
better class of citizens whether they
be males ol females.
An utisuecessiul attempt was made
by a man giving his name as J. E.
Hall to swindle the American Nation?
al Hank of Richmond.
Some ot the farmers in Culpeper
l unty are losing their horses trom a
disease called ublind staggers." The
hornes live only a few hours alter be
It is reported that a syndicate,
ltsaded by J. I'ierjiont Morgan and
J. J. Hill, has purchased the plant
and property of the Newport News
Shipbuilding and Drydock Com?
Mm. Annie L. Gilliam, of Louisa
4-ounty, near America City, had a
thrilling experience a day OT two ag* .
Mrs. Gilliam was at home alone when
a burly, ugly negro entered her home
anti demanded food. Mrs, Gilham
told him she had nothing in the house
cooked, w hen the negro said he would
bave ?omethin_r ?<? eat before he left.
Mrs. Gilligan rushed into another
room, procured a pistol and JMtinted
it at the negro, when the latter tum?
id aisd lied il breakneck speed.
Another letter from Hon. Claude
Swanson rp]>ealing for support lor
the Democratic nomination for Gov?
ernor of Virginia has been published
John Marshall ,day was observed
at a nnmW of places in Virginia.
WOODSTOCK BONDS SOLD.
Tlie town of Woodstock has sold
her lour per cent booda, to the
amount ot $20,000, ai par. This is
pretty good evidence that the town
has a fair credit,
We will have some one in our office,
all day next Jlfonday to receive sub?
scriptions and enter new sulascribers.
Dur list it still growuig.
Il I . ..____________.
(From our Regular Correspondent.)
Washington, Feb. 4th, 1901.
Congress held a joint session today
for the purpose of participating in the
ceremonies connected with the cele?
bration of the Centennial ofthe ap?
pointment of John Mardiall, to be
Chief Justice of the U. S. Supreme
Court, which were both interesting
and imposing. lTsually the Senate
in ikes the House come to it especial?
ly in legislative matter-, but when
there is a joint session, the Senate has
to go to the Honse, for the very good
reason that the Senate Chamber is
not large enough to iurnish even
standing room U r all the members of
the two bodies. The President ami
his entire Cabinet attended the Mar?
shall ceremonies ; also the funeral of
Queen Victoria on Sat imlay. I wai
a coincidence that these two cere?
monies, the first in honor of a loreign
sovereign and the second in honor of
one of America's greatest jurists,
should have been so close together.
How much bluffing there is on
both sides in the the contest over the
Ship Subsidy bili in the Senate, must
become apparent after a few days of
the present tactics. As the matter
now stands, the Steering Committee
of the majority has decided that the
Subsidy Kill shall be kept before the
Senate until a vote is taken. The
Senate is already meeting at 11
o'clock instead of 12, and notice has
been given that beginning early this
week, night sessions will be held lo
tire out tho opposition. The op
ponenls of the bill sav I hal they in?
tend to fully debate it, atnl further
that they intend to compel a quorum
to stay on the floor and listen to the
debate. Meanwhile, the regular ap?
propriation bills are pilling np in the
Senate, and every day given to the
Subsidy lilli adds to #,ie probability
of an extra session of tlie next Con?
gress, a thing which many Senators
are particularly anxious to avoid, be?
cause it interferes with their person?
al nlans for the Spring and Summer.
The House is sawing wood and
disposing of routine business It is
now considering the Post Office Ap?
The attempt to unseat Delegate
Wileox, of Hawaii, has taken tangi?
ble shape, and charges against him
have been submitted to the House
Committee on Elections, No. 1. It
is charged that the Congressional
election in Hawaii was illegal; that
Wilcox is a bigamist, and that he has
been guilty of treason against the
C. S. in offering his services to the
Kilippinos to fight against the V. S.
Senator Chandler doesn't appear
to be at all opposed to an extra ses?
sion, although he will not participate
in it if there is one, as ho said during
the debate on the Shipping bill:
"Thors is plenty of time for Congress
to do all of its business between now
and the 4th of March, or it can be
dons aller the 4th of March. It is
not important that the appropriation
bills shall be passed before the 4th of
March, nu they will not become opera?
tive until the 1st ot July."
Under the Army He organisation
Act, which became a law Saturday,
the President will have the appoint?
ment ot more than 1800 officers, some
of them being merely promotions of
those already holding commissions.
It is not positively known whether
these nominations will be sent to thc
Senate as fast as determined upon, or
w hellier the President will wait until
they can all be sent in at once. It is
probable that the high officer's nomi
nations will go to the Senate as soon
as made. Nobody has any d ?ubt that
Gen. Miles will be named for Lieu?
Senator Teller thus defined lils
position on the possible future annex?
ation of Cuba: "I am unalterably
opposed to any scheme, direct or re?
mote, that has for its object the an?
nexation of Cuba. Even if the Cub?
ans themselves should petition for
annexation, I would oppose it."
Senator Teller, who is th* author
ofthe claude in the delegation of war
against Spam, disclaiming any pur?
pose on the part ofthe U. S. to exer?
cise sovereignly or control tiver Cuba
except for the purpose ot pacification,
holds that tlie President, with the
advice and consent ot the Senate,
which will aa usual meet in executive
session immediately after the 4th of
March, can accomplish all that is
mt-essaiy with reference to the future
relations of this government and
Cuba, without any review ofthe
Cuban constitution by Congress, or
the President. Tho President holds,
on the contrary, that it is for Con?
gress, not the Executive, to say
whether the government provided by
ihe Constitution upon wh,ch the
Cuban convention is now workimr.
will be satisfactory, and if so, to <l:
r<-ct the Preside at to withdraw the
military authority of the V. S. front
Cuba. The President has made it
plain that he intends ts submit the
Unban Constitution to Congress, anti
is he is not likely to get it in lime to
he submitted to the present session,
ind does not think it right that the
Cubans should be made to wait until
tho regular session in December, that
s taken to mean that he has made
jp his mind to call au extra session ot
Congress to deal with this Cuban
natter, even if this session disposes
>f all legislation considered pressing.
I'hat is what those say whose rcla
ions with the President are the clos?
est. It is known that prominent
Senators and Kepresontatives have, '
a-ittiiii the last few days, canceled I
irrangements they had made for
caving Washington early in March,
vhich spells extra session quite
VICTORIA IN THE TOMB.
IIKK BOUT BESIDE THAT OF HKK 111 ?
BAND, 1'KINt K A 1.111
Windsoi, England, Feb.4th.?Tbe
last honors have been paid to Quseil
Victoria, lier body now reata near
that of her husband, Prince Albeit,
in the mausoleum at Frogmore.
The final ceremouiei today were
moro ot a pathetic character than any
of those which had preceded them
Shortly before 3 r. m., in the presence
of%the royal mourners, the Grenadiei
Guard of Honor lifted the coffin lion
us temporary resting place in thc
Albert Memorial Chapel, Winos..r.
and placed it on a guncarriage. Thc
Queen's company of Grenadiers,
drawn up in the qu idrangle, wheeler
into Hue, their rifles at lht reverse
With slow steps they marched to?
ward the castle gate. At the head ol
the procession was a band plsyinjj
Chopin's funeral march.
Slowly the cortege passed nndei
the massive archway to the Lon*.
Walk. Liteguardsmen kept tin
In place on gun carriage was tin
same royal regali which had attract
ed the eyes of millions sine thc
march to the grave began at Osborne
Close behind walked the King, Em?
peror William ami the Duke ot Con?
naught, wearing dark military over?
coats and t>lumed cocked hats am
looking pale and careworn. In *imi
har dull attire were the King
of Portugal and Belgium. All headi
wore bent. The blue an 1 gray of thc
German Princes redeemed the roya
group from perfect somberness n
Behind these walked Queen Alex?
andra and tlie royal Princesses,deep
ly veiled. The Queen carried an um
brella, but the others bad their nandi
As the last trio ot these veils*
women passed out from the ?
there came two boys dressed it
bright tartan kilts and velvet jackets
Between them was a young girl, hei
fair, loose bair glittering againt tin
crape of her mourning. Two.il thew
were children of Princess Henry ol
Battenberg and the other was little
Prince Edward of York, who maj
one day be King. His tiny legs could
hardly keep pace even with the Blow
progress of the mourning baud,
The rear ofthe procession waa
brought up by the suites of tlie kings
and princes, their vari-colored over*
coats forming a striking patch ol
color. Down tlie Long Walk, with
the band still playing Chopin's dirge,
this quiet procession slowly made Us
way to the mausoleum. The horses
attached to the gun carriage were in?
clined to be restive, but, as an extra
precaution, a drag of ropes was at?
tached to the wheels and held by
At the lodge gates the strains of
the band died away and the pipers
began their lament. There, between
the broad avenue of stately trees, the
crowds were the thickest, li.lining
dense black banks.
By 330 p. m. the crowned bier had
past rj into the other lodge which
leads to the Frogmore enclosure,
where none but the family and ser?
vants were admitted. Thc choir mel
them and the royal family and their
relatives entered tbe burial place so
dear to the late Queen, ranging them
selves on each side ofthe collin.
The nipan ceased their dirge and
the choir sang "Man That's Horn ot
Woman.'' The Bishop of Winches
ler, standing on the platlorm sur?
rounding the marble figure ofthe
Prince Consort, on which platform
also rested the Queen's oofin, read
the prayers. Then the choir sang
"Sleep Thy Last Sleep," the Dean
Hld the collect, the choir broke forth
into the anthem, "The Face of Dcm li
Ir Turned Toward the Sun of Life,"
and, with hands stretched over the
congregation, the Bishop of Win?
chester pronounced the? benediction.
A short, solemn silence followed,
broken by the sweet cadence ol
Stainer's "Amen." Then King Ed?
ward, Empeior William, the visiting
Kings and Princes, the Queen ami
the Princesses filed before the bier
ind passed out to their carriages.
Ihe funeral was over.
Judge Phlegar tendered his resign
ition as a judge of the Supreme
Court of Appeals of Virginia, and
Judge Whittle was at once comniiss
oned as his successor.
UI hobbled uno Mr. Blackmon's
ling store one evening," mys Wee
ev Nelson, oi Hamilton, Ga., "ami
ie ask sd me to try Chamberlain's
din Halm tor rheumatism with
shiel] I had Buffered suv a long lime.
[ told him I ha<l no faith in any im-.lj.
ans m they all tailed, ne said:
Well if Chamberlain's Pain Balm
Iocs not help you. you need not pay
or it.' I took a bottle td il home and
ised it according to the directions
uni iu one week 1 was cured, and
lave uot since been troubled with
heumatism" Sold by L. H. Irwin,
Hitter than cure. Tutt's Liver
^ills will not only cure, but if
aken in time will prevent
lyspepsia, biliousness, malaria,
:onstipation, jaundice, torpid
iver and kindred diseases.
rUTTS Liver PILLS
TOM'S BROOK ITEMS.
The ground hog intisi have MN n
his shanta* bs the s/eaUier proves st>.
Mr. Bansermanand Mr. Benjamin
Crabill ind son from Indiana are
Visiting l'latives iii this plate.
Mr. S. 1>. Haw nins arrived home
'Friday, accompanied by his brother
I Ki..si and a ile.
Mr. K. P. White will move bte
' family to Craigs^ ille, Augusta county
I Va , w here iie has secured employ
un nt in a large cement mill as tore
man in the cooperation.
By thfl report 0- the physicians
there are a great many casts of the
grippe in Tonia Brook anti its vicini
Mis. C. W. Jones is still very ill.
Mrs.G. L. Borden and Miss Lillian
Ki bier of this place were in Wood?
.Mi s Adah Cline of Riverton re?
turned to her home alter a pleasant
vi-it i?. Mr. .1. S. Bordena.
Mrs. Tobias Funk has been quite
il! tor a few days.
Mrs. C. W. Phillip* returned to
her home Friday, after a two w-eeks
Vlail to her lather, Mr. J. S. Borden.
Kev. L L. Smith the Lutheran
minister ol this place is holding a
revival meeting this week, he ex?
pects to celebrate the Holy Com?
munion Sunday it the weather Ls
favorable. Ouk Boy.
ALON Z A VILLE NEWS
Mr, Sam Renner, J, S. Boehm ami
and W. A. Sager took advantage of
thc cold snip uno put away a lot of
line iee, and ihey say they are now
ready to hear some one say "icc
Mr. Ed. (Jocln nour who has been
very ill willi iHMimljria of the stomach
ui, we are glad lo say, some better.
Mr. Hampson Goclicnour urns ihe
luck) one who put in a bid tor this
.Vi. Bra len Sager li lt last J/oii
day, and bas not bein heard from
Oftcer ('alvin Goehenour has a
badly scarred face caused by running
againai a snag while bunting.
Jsfr. Joseph Wilkin says it mu it
come worse than snow tu keep him
in on Sunday nights.
.Vi. Joseph Hollie has returned to
his home ar Canton, Ohio, after
spending some weeks imong friends
and rei.ii i\ i s,
K- v. I). II. Rhodes will preach at
Fainiow, Sunday morning and
mehi. A.,I IN ALDO
< i.1 winter weather nour.
Let the people of Shenandoah help
get ila- B. ?t O. extended from Stras?
burg to Harrisonburg and tims ail
will be benefited.
Pl< my ot la grippe and cohls
thro igh t ie country.
Mrs, Cirri'- Blosser has bren cou?
ll led lo her bed for a week, w ith
Mr, II. P. Miller is also suffering
wiih grippe or cold, and is not able
to lench his school at this writing.
There wi I lie many changes in our
section this spring hoviug, Beliing,
renting, building, tte. JUMBO,
HE PREPARED FOR DEATH
Harper'* Ferry, W. Va, Feb, 5?
Richard I mullen, au old ex Confed
? i tte h diet and mail c irrier from
IL Ut.or... L ni .omi coiiniy, Virginia,
lo this place, was buried mis after?
noon at Salem. IL- h ft this world in
a uni.juc way. When he found he
U _v.ii! g ; . die he Beni for ihe uri -
Xrv and instruct**!! him concsru
lng his colin, grave and pall-bearers,
then settled nilli lin doctor snd pre
l?ared to depart. There was mt one
left h il iuiself, his wife havinitpass?
ed away il ?? day before. Ile served
under Col,.n- 1 White, In Russel"'*
lt Mil veil HIM ll In Lng.
P.A. Danfortb, ofLaGrange,Oa^
suffered intensely lor six months with
a liiglitlul running si.ia on hil le<_,
bot writes that Bttcklen'f Arnica
Salve wholly cured it in ten days.
For Ulcers, Wounds, Burns, Boils,
Pain or Piics it's the best salve in the
world. Cure guaranteed. Onh -Joels.
S.id by B. Schmitt, druggist*
* In tbe rta* i OfBoe ol tbs ClreaH I Burl
ol sh,.|iaii.|.).ili Count/,on tbeSlsl 'lay ol .Jan
11< i ta QUI, Ac. Cora pla i mt nts
ta lins! In Chanoery,
Tbe object of this suit i?t?> s.-ll Um real
oatate ol which nebe*ns c. Morrison, .lied.
?claed sod partition Tin- proceeds amonirat her
Sci ra aii'i for general r?*Ti*.*f.
Itappearingbr athida-.it tiled that the de?
fendants, wm. n. Morrlaoo, Anna Poer nee
Norrlson and Cnaa. H. !'???? r ber bnabnnd, aller
Carpenter n.'c Morison sud Frank B.Cnrpen
ter bel buabsnd arr n<>t lobabltnnta ol
tbi* stat* It is immnsn, Thnt they do np
p. ar bera within Bfteen dsys niter doc pu ti j
catinn bereof, sod do what i* necessary to
Orotccl their int.-rests:that a copy Ol this on ler
be published In bocm nearspaper printed bi
Si. ni .lo.ih oountjr, OBOS I week for four
?ucceeaive Brooks, sod h oopy posted at tbs
front door of tbe i ourtHeoeeoi asntoounty,
on tbe Brat daj >>t the next County* t'onrt.
0. HARRY :i tUlf. c.c.e.s.e.
ti. HARUV IIAIN.i'..-. c.a.e.
T. A B.p. q. len,! 4w.
/ I OM MISSIONER'S OFFICE,
Vy WurMlsto k, Vs.. Jan. 14, 1901,
Mnrenrsburs Colless rs, P. B. Kiddell'* Banar,
ST. 1 ats Odn. as. Janet Mant/.. Ac.
ToaereeranurvOollnsn, a o>ii> >r.,tion in
Borporsted under tin- law ?if las Basts et
Pi DOSI i\ .un i. ,in<l all ?it her creditor* of r*. B.
I.'idd. Ile, dec'd. who will rome In and 80S*
tribute to the ooata ol this suit snd snide tba
reaull thereof and Geo. w. Koonta t'nmpit.
and Ona w. Koonta sds_r. ot P. B. Riddel le,
ilecn,Thoras. J. KerUnand Sallie c. Kellin
ie. rhiilia A. McOlools, John H. K.Mint/.
Mud Kinma his wife, Quf lt Mant/an 1 J. H.
Kulin, plo. ad litein tor Junnet B, Mani7.,
Jeaaie U. Munt/. Frank K. Munt/, and Jas. H.
Manta, children of Kiln ,Mant/.. dec'd. A. A.
Von an- h. tel.y DOttSod that I ha 1 fixed
u|Min Bats daf <>f Kel.mary neit. hetweeu
the bonn <>f ? <?vh?ck, a. m., and 8 o'olooB
p: m.. to tak< and Bettie at my o(flee, the ac
I. A Bfttlemeut of the 'aecotint* of O. W.
Koonta, administrator of I*, h. Riddell*, deed.
1 To utafc an BOOOUBrl Bi the asaeta of P, S.
KMdelle, deed, loth real and pereonai.
to account of debts asainat aaid estate
ttiraiiK'sl in ordst ol priority.
4 Any other matter deemed pertinent, or
that any i>M.rty in interest ma) require, re?
quired to be taken by tbe d.svrecof BbbSbbbS
noah CIroulf t ..ort ran de ml am the a*i day nf
lan. ISSI. t<> fae unod In etidenea ina suit In
i nan. et> dependinf in aaid court Illareen
rsburg Co!le_re and Ooo. ST, Koontz..
ado. oom pit*, aod P. 8. HiddeUe admr. ie
lefts, and If from any cause the taking ?!
aaid account* aimil not tit- commenced oi
bavlna la*'l? commenced a hould not tn-com?
pleted on that day thc ts kl ns of the Mme
* el ia; adjourned from day to day. or from
place to Bases, until thu same are taken and
Ottos tinder my hand aa Commissioner In
I haiic??ry of aaid court, at mi office in aaid
connty thc dav and year flrat Hforeenlal.
MW. M M. lit |.Kit. lo.ur. in C
Jun. 'Si 4.
\ I ' ? ? ia. a * *? 11 I
w. a w. p.tj.
I*rt?v?'iiteil A TrugiMiy.
Timely information given Mrs
George [/Miff, ot New Suuitsvilli
Ohio, nrnrantsd ;t dreadful tragedj
and saved two lives. A frigiitfn
cough had loilM kepi her awake cv. ia
niglit. Sin- had tried mai>\ retncdi
and doctors Inn steadily grew worst
until nrgod to try Dr. King's Nev
Discovery. One bottle wholly oura
her, and she writes this niarvelou
medicine als., cured Mr, Lon- ol i
severe att.ick of Pneumonia. Sud
cures are positive proof of the match
less merit ot tins gi and remedy fo
curing all throat, chest and Innj
troubles. Only 50ct* ami ll.OC
Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bot?
tles free at Drug Store.
PROTECT THE BIRDS
If the Indies would form societie
for tim protection ot'lin .ls, ti hi
been dine in olin rs stutts, thc
couhi accomplish much good. Ther
is ? fine field tor Christian effort, i
I have just received | car loud of dr
weatherboarding, also doors sod
Prices very reasonable, for cash.
Feb. 8, '01-tf. J. W. DtVOLBntni .
Time Table in effect Hov. 25, 1900, nnti
furtlier noti i
NOR! HBO NH
Pass. Pass. M
Lr- la xinu'ion I JOam ll lOam 2 0
stan ti lui 5 15am l 15pm 1 ?'
Hsrrifonb'g ,; 34am 2 10pm 7 0
Train s connect! with Southern Ry. i
Harrisoabnrg at 7.00 a. m. for 8trs
Junction and Har, I rry Dlvli
0 .Mill, '.' I
7 Wai 10 lunn
New v? rh
p ai Hoad
Kr. Harper'! V y
\\" a - h i *
sm niuo nd
Si w York
B iltlmore 7 10am - I
( .'? r nil tai '? :
Windit ater 11 l lam fi i
Middle! ri! pm
Capon Road f 5 Ipm
Ar. Strasl irg 19 30pm J 29pm
Ti il ? 1 l conn
Ry. it Strasl _- J at l'J.''
m. for Han
!? - Pa
Lv. Harrissonl *g J IS
Staunton s 10pm ; 12 ?
Ar. Lexington - 15pm r> 26pm
Pullman Pal Slcepinti
run through t I inati, St- L iii an :
Chicago on all Ira
For rates, tick I I.
?M>lv lo sny office of the B & 0. Rail
road, or lo C. E, Dudi w, 11
ler A '.. Il per'i Perry, WV, \ i
F. I>. L'ani am er.
I). R. Mm;ir.. M I
VALUABLE REAL ESTATF.
Purauant t.?? ? -
JU rf ( ra. P. S. Rill \ .\ .
a, in fr?>nt of las Court ll
nock. Va.. un
Wstdn^day, M?rch 6. 1901,
it 11 o'clock, b ri! the fi i
Firnt. thc very
?ta I' v }?: '
Containing 270 Acron,
nore or '.?- rif tract fol moan*
:atn la: la Dg ty*
tcr?-s, more Of lt
?iver bottom land in thc Va ?
, tin.- brick dart
bi ondltion. Tha
catered ny nereMailing n at ream a
- ptooerty I
rery beet (arma in thia :ounty, indeverl
s mi ti: on.
' At same time ami p .
...ts N'os 4.5. 17, arv! . ..? aid Out -rn the
f the land of tha Partners' Alliance and
'nOperntiee Manufacturing*Co. in thi
?f Bainburg, Va. Thane ara Bery ra
ms. arel] located Poi bnaint ta, .\
T?rrr\a> of Sale :
One-fourth cash in ham! on day nf >ale anil
? in tin te equal an;.
aired pavmenta to bc eviden ed
rith ^'.....l personal aecnritr, and title to
Binna until pnrchaae money lawfully j ?
K. I). Nkwman.
J. II. W IM.lAM>.
F. 8. Tavbhsji u,
G. \V. Koontz,
I ll. Burke, Auctioneer.
th the clerk's office of the Circnit Court of
BroOMTOCK, Va., lan. k,
lerceraburg College . < om pla
Inat In Chan ?
?. s. Biddelia'! Adnu. Sc..!)?
1. ti. Harry Hann. clerk of aaid conn, do
archy ii B I? Newman, arhi
,ppointed spr. ai. ommiaaioner ol -
euee by .1 oct rec rendered therein on the v<r,i
av ot fan i <i, lias executed bond, aritl
onal locality, in the penalty Axed hy thc
ourt, uml conditioned and 1 ,, p,,-.
i-ribetl hr law. Oivefl undef my hand this
5th dav of January, A I) . tm.
?. HARRY H AUK. 1 1 .s.e.
l.(H> s year |fj etS, a <<.??? .
HE BEST ILLUSTRATED HONTH
LY HAGAZINE OFTHE
Its pagss are tilled by a brilliant array
f writer* anti ai tinta. Its authoritative
nd Indtpindiiit revli'ws of ll.H.k?,
lays. Miltie anti Art, ita clever ?t<.
troiitf iptilsl articles, liunior ami fsrss,
ith line illustration.*, make it a necex
ty In every Intelligent lu?tnr, Tit- fete
>w aubarription price?1|.00 DST y?-ar
uta lt wi chin IM reaeh of all. Reliable
fpntB wanted In every town. Kxtraor
inary imlucements. Write for partit ii
TRIAL SUBSCKIPTION WILL PROVR IT.
rite For Baan pie copy,
KHERI AN ri'MLICATlOM < 0 .
IMibaoaiption In i>.niinent.
41 BnantSlst 8t?ll. Y. City.
Cod Liver Oil
We are now preparing fre?
quently a fresh emulsion of
prime Norwegian Cod Liver
Oil that is an exceedingly
palatable preparation. This
because to begin v. iii- the oil
is pure and sweet and is then
nicely flavored. This is a full
5o per cent emulsion. Many
who cannot take the common
bottled emulsion find this
\ery acceptable. We now
put the Hypophosphltes in all
we prepare. You can bring
your bottle and buy what
you want at 60 eta. pint.
Fresh stock lust in.
C. "W. BROOKS
B A R B E- R ,
to Herald Buildlnj/,
1 Prompt sttenl I all - usl ni?
"lid Winter Excursions to Washing?
VERY Itt'A BATES
BALTIIIORE & OHIO k. K.
On Keb, T and April ll. 1001, the
Ballimore & Oliio Railrosil will run
POPI'LAR MtD-WtNTBU Ex<TttnIOX8
lo W slllN'.To.N at VERY LOW KATES
ron i.ii: round mir, allowing ten
DAY limit "ii ticket*, including tlate
of 1 ile.
1) i noi mis. - splendid op|K>r
tunities to visit tlie N \Tional Capi?
tal during the session of Congress.
Kor tickets, lime ol trains and full In?
formal ion call on or :i<?? 11??-? < E
I) idr. w, T. P. A. or Agent 1! & 0.
U. K. l'?r full intoamal i ?
W A N T E I).
'- \\ il.
? I under I .' one cent
p -r w ird tor eacli insertion. It you ? ant
t<> buy -i .'.-rt uri artlcli , vou will be able
t> And it by inserting aotio
; i. \ ksmith -nor for REN r.
A ;'("> I blacksmith Shop, incltKllnjc
tool- a good ita nd al Rt. Luke for rent.
U R. TIES w.W IT. h.
I Brill pa) highes! <?.i-11 price for lu.-li
wh ?? n ik and pealed CIIK81 Si i
OAR i IRS. J. D. I. I; A I. II. 1..
i; - a i. I-:
A aa Vi i? alt r I'
il v. naV Store,
A GOOD FARM FOR -ALF..
I (leo. Sheett fal al lining
ted \ mile be
lon H .iii i ai N irr iw F.-- ..
Crt-* lc, impr >ved I?y a - -
ij lnrn. and other - ry oul
Itiiilil.:.:- A g od or. hard- About 20
sen i in tim1. r. The iarm will Ihj -
\V W. S /
dan. U til ?'?' |h1. V 1.
LAS :1a K
I w lue!,
an ' lei inn,din/ ! within < ? r i * -
mil' ol chur mill,
.li 55 ?':. il. F. B., St. Lull
I \\ 111 sell at private Male a iraet ol
html beti r known aa the I?aa? Ka?l.!>
truer, one anti half mile weal "f Foll Hi?
lda Furnace, Va. Tl li acres, m ?.-<? m
a ... I' .? , :ttl ls" well wale re I h)
tauting -|>- inga, twenty ac rei or mnie
um''rfenc*% twenty-live acresor more
in il i" youiik timber "f a ifjnn I - />?.
it, chestnut, poplar, lo. asl and a
mixfure af other wootls. The remain*
der in nuder growth. A large number
of cherry frees ami a large ailiubst Ol
apple trees, all in bearing condition.
rid- traci ls well advpted for grazing
purposes, I all on
J. I). MKKKLKY,
ir Llbertv Furnsce, Va , lor furthe
rnfonaatlon ss to price and term.
A good nsw dwelling house with lin
roof, with liyt- rooms, l<mr ul which are
nicely papered and painted, good cellar,
summer Kitchen sud iatern in
ya rd 4 acre lot ?! and on which
are grapes, plums, pcs hes, apples and
pears. On same lot adjoining ii a new
lory building with tin roof built for
a Tin sh"p and atora room, which could
be divided and tlni-iicd into % comforts*
bis dwelling of h >u i wige rooms Prop
erty situated on MubleaburgSt,,Wojd
otock, Vu. A bargain ls offered in this
prt perty for Bash. Apply to
J, v DAVIS a CO,
Real Bal I \ ats.
Jan. 98 tf W asl k, V .
I have opened a shop lor muk
wtftMfsj ind repnir norw,oi boggier
?md aTfafSjH, itt
David Oil lock's old stand,
MAID Si?., WOODSTOCK, VA.
1 hove n linet M liand nnd uunr
SntOS good work and lair prices
?fctV? Ui\'' M u OtJI, I'll do tho
TOMS. H. BM3WILLDR,
HiH Designed To Save The Birds.
'I Bilton, N. .1., Pub. aaa?It S Viii
now is Luff t?*lutu rs beooni??fl
a law, tlie won.cn ot New Jersey
must iak?' the bird* from their Ital fl
i or un flor n term ol impria-oiiiiicnl, <u
u iii ul 1*5 1<?i each bini som ami
for ? ten ?layV jm Ht moo of tins i ird.
Senator Croat, the author tit the bill,
is oi a ot the most KuflueiitisJ law
makers of the 125th Legislature, and
Las Introduced and m pressing the
lull at the request oftnoAudobon
Ofthe 500 OOO married Lnd marri
ageable women iu tliifl State, it is
iiiiawd that tully 3fM>,?H)o like the
1 wild birds1 plumage as fl part of their
^_)_r\ J?i Hu
Pursuant to resolution ofthe directors
of "Msurertown Mills." incorporated st
their last annus] sleeting, they will
proceed to sell their td barrel Steam
Roller Mill, situated at Msurertown,
I Shenandoah enmity, Virginie, at public
j isle to the highest bidder, on the prea>
SATURDAY, JAX. 26th, 1901.
This nilli Is located on the Southern
i R- K. adjoining their depot, ami ia a
shipping pt ltd and well situated for
local tratle. lt has the lateat improved
mm hinery, Including ;i stands of rolls
and a chopper
The lot contains about 1-4 of an aire,
bo that there ls plenty of room for other
buildings, if it ls desired to add any
other ihippping bustneei and also to en?
large the mill.
1ERM8 OF saI.E :
One-third cash, balance in 1 and '2
rears, evidenced bj hi.mis with _
personal security and lieu to be re
icrved. Sale at 1.30 o'clock.
Pr P. V7. IfAoaoDra Becty.
jan. 1? ts.
The above -ale has been poatponed
amil SATURDAY, FIR. 16th.
- ? ?> . a_? * ? ? ? ?
Joseph Arthur was arrested in
Lynchburg on the charge of belong?
ing to ? gang of Mwhitecapnsrs'1
which have leen operating in Bed
cures Hacking Coughs,
Sore Lungs, <Jrippe,Pneu
monia and Bronchitis in a
few days. Why then risk
Consumption, a slow, sure
death? Get Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. Price, 25c.
Don't be imposed upon.
Refuse thc dealer s aubatitntc, it
is not as j?'*m1 as Dr. Bull's.
Salvation Oil eurea Rheumatism,
Aches ami Pains. 15 & 25 eta.
is destruction of lung bv a
growing germ, precisely as
mouldy cheese is destruction
of cheese by a growing germ.
If vou kill the germ, vou
stop the consumption. You
can or can't, according to
when vou benn.
Take Scott's Emulsion of
Cod Liver Oil: take a little
It acts as a
food; it is the
Seems not to be
food ; makes vou
You stow strong
. he centime ---, ?
thia pktarc oatt, er. I ake more:
t ike uo other
not too much ; enough it as
much as vou like and agrees
with you. Satisfy hunger
with usual food; whatever
vou like and agrees with vou.
When you are strong
again, have recovered your
strength?the germs are
dead ; vou have killed them.
I." you have not tried lt. tend
for free sample, its ngrooafrio
r.asto will surprise you.
SCOTT &l BOWNt?.
109 Pearl St., Nev York.
50c. and SI 00: all dru**"
We aro prepared to buy furs of all
kinds, Hrln;; them in to Mauok'a Store,
Woodstock, on court day*.
J. W 8UEETZ A Bro,
Taugh. by 56 Teachers.
For '.*?> page Catalogue addreis
I)K J. ALLISON HODGES, Dear.
Universiy College of
ept. 21 ?
Have you considered the price you
nre pay ins; for your coal oil. If not
think a moment. With every 25 gah,
oil purchased atT. Glenn Locke's store
at Ile per gallon, you get a
BIG NICKLE LAMP' WORTH $2.50.
Thus only paying one cent per gallon
tor your oil, hy taking a lamp. Call at
once and get a card and buy your oil
at the up-to-date store. Remember
we guarantee this oil 100 test, the best.
\ handle a general line of merchan
dize and am never undersold.
Yours for Business,
T- SLBNN LOCKD,
M. W. i^ASRUDBR, Ager\t.
ASSETS OF COMPANIES
WHICH I REPRESENT:;
HOME, OF NEW YORK, over * - $12,000,000
PHOENIX, OK BROOKLYN, nearly - - 6.000,000
COMMERCIAL INION OF LONDON,
I'nited Slates Branch - 3,000,000
ORIENT, OF HARTFORD, ... 3,000,000
NIAGARA, OF NEW YORK, - 3,000,000
5-iL*" PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO AU. ORDERS. RATIO
id LOW AS CAM RE HAD.
1ST LOSSES QIICKLY ADJUSTED AND PROMPTLY PAID.
Your Business is Respectful! ?
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