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WOOD8TOCK V?aV. FH1DAY. MAB?H 18? 18??. ti.tered at the Post Office, at Woodstock, Va., as second class matter. The S?IENANDOAH HERALD and WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED DICTIONARY Only 82.25. The Hkrald can now offer its sul?cri bers the chance of a lifetime. There is scarcely 311 article more useful or valuable te a .?crson or family than Webster's Un abriged Dictionary. We can furnish a subscriber with this rainal 1? woik nicely bound and the Hkrald for one year for the almost trivial t-uin of two dollars and t--. enty-fi .0 cents. This Is putting the Dictionary at oue dollar aud twenty live cents, not more than the cost of the small School edition. Tliis offer also applies to ??'.I subscribe!? ?In?, by pay ill for the paper one year in advance, aid the ad? ditional sum of one dollar and twenty five cents can secure the book. When yon come to town call at the office and examine the Dictionary. GENERAL l.t-CAI. NEW8. If you want fertilzeis for spring crops, Call at J. I. Triplett's warehouses. Auction in Mrs. If. Geary s store Satur i'av afternoon at 2 o'clock and at night The man who disputes the ground-hog ;'ti r will have more che?k than the average newspaper mau. Farmers. If TOO want a good plow don't fail to cal ou Wightman, Hise? A Co. If you waut to buy a high arm Singft ?ewiag machine, with a full set of at ta hnieiit-, ?heap, call at this office. Coal o 1, rennnt, ?salt and coat for sale by Wigl tman, Hisey A Co. Were ".ou surpiisel when you aiose Wcdues.lay morning to find a big snow on the giounil ? A nice lot of buggies and sprin ? wagons ja<t receive! by Wightman, Hisey & C<>. Mrs, Henry T. Mmm, the sexton of the Methodist church, had eight or ten c k? ni stolen ? ne night this week. Auci'ii in Mrs. M. Geary's store Satur? day afternoon at 8 ?Alock and at night. [Ood man is one who lives right, whether lie belongs to Church or not Auction in Mrs. it. Geary's store Satur? day afternoon at 3 o'clock and at night. A lady In Wavnesboro gave birth last week to her third pair ot twl 11?. Anction in Mrs. M. Gesry's store Satur? day alt-.ri.oon at 2 o'clock and at night If a person dreams that the de\ il ?9 after him, il is a sign that he bad bettor pay - ibscriptioa dues. Rev. K. M. Terkins, Augusta Ark., says: "I bar? use?! Bradycrotine lor headache with BUCh gratifying results th*?t I never fail to recommend It among my people." Ober'? phosphate for com and oats, for Bile a* Woodstock ami Edinbcig, by Wightmsn, ilisey *? Co. The term of K< v. Ilumsey BfflithsOD Presiding Elder of ihe Winchester Dis* ?. espires tliis spring. Auction in Mrs. If. Gearj's st?ue Satur? day aftrrnoi u at 2 o'clock and at night. The resilience of tlie late Charles Welsh. . la for hotel or boarding house, is for rent. Inquire ot L. C. Kneisley, Wood? stock, Va. Suie of household effec.s, April 2,1- . W. P. Sun.mcrson, of Stauntou, won the prise of $50 M Um best amateur shot at the tournament of the Baltimore Gun m Baltimore Thursday, by hitting 18 out of ?0 single dying ??lass balls. E ? --'.i season lias its own peculiar mal a?ly : but with the blood maintained in a of uniform vigor and pniity by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla little danger Deed be feared from meteorological influ? ences. No ober blood medicine is so safe and effective. Wagons, soring tooth harrows, shovel plows and shovel plow steel? for 6ale by Wightman, Hisey A Co. Kev. Fattier Fall?n, of Alexandria, ha? been appointed pastor of the Church of the Sacred Heart at Winchester, succeed? ing Rev. T. J. Mnrray, whose ill health active work impossible for the pres? ent. Mr. Clyde Hite is pushing the inside work on his new house on Commerce street, adjoining the Christian Church, a 1 w 11 have i: r?*-ady for occupancy at an early day. It is a decided improve ment to that fast growing and pleasant part of town. ? I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor fora number of years, and it has always given me satisfaction. It is au excellent dress ing, prevents the hair from turning gray, insures its vigorous growth, and keeps the scalp white and clean."?Mary A. Jacksou, Salem, Mass. Auction in Mrs. M. Geary's store Satur day afternoon at 2 o'clock and at night. A large iron grey horse belonging to one ot Dr. J. I Triplett's mill teams here, was takt-B sick on Tuesday rooming, and was brought to town for treatment but dull in a few hours. It was a valuable animal and its death makes a bad break in a fine team. While tie wheat through this immedi? ate section is looking fairly well we are informed that the outlook in some othei parts of the connty is not so promising, and unless a good season from this time on should make a favorable change the crop in this county will not be a heavy one. Miss Eliza Rod? ffer, an old lady who resided lor many years near the mountain about sis miles northwest of this plac?, died on Sunday. As far as we can learn she liyed alone and was found kneeling by her bedside dead, having probably hem lifeless for some hours when discov? ered. We could not learn the cause or supposed cause of her death. Auction in Mrs. M. Geary's store Satur? day afternoon at 2 o'v'ock and at night. Mrs. Eliz? II -wraan. widow of the late Isaac Bowman, residing on the river about three miles south ot this place, died on Momlay morning from a stroke of paral? ysis that occurred on the 6th inst. The remains wtre interred in the family burying ground on Tuesday. Her age was 76 years. She leaves several grown childrtn. Ou Sunday afternoon a very large hawk killed and partly ate a fiae Plym? outh R k ben belonging to Mr. Daniel ?. Bown-an,on the river near town. On Monday the bold bird returned to finish bis repast and Mr. Bowman killed it with a rifle shot. It was found to be a monster, measuring fonr feet two and a half inches from tip to tip ot wings and twenty-three nches from bill to tail. The great questiou of the daj is: ' * llera to keep the Irish el? namite as a maua^cable cindi'ioi:.'' Easy enough Gire each man a botllo of l?r. Ball'? Syrup. Price 23 ? The triumph of the age?Salvsth n Oil, a fiist-cl.i?? liniment, for 2U cents. What are the prospects for com pit ting the liver bride on the Fort road doting aha oetalag seasoa 1 If iba i>i 11 * i ? ence? aid heavy losses Of ?he paople cd the Kurt valley and a large section on lliis ?ide, during the past Winter, aie not Mitiicieiit evidence of the cr\ ing needs of this itiiproveuiont we aro at a loss to know what more could be added. It is sweet to lire, but oh ! how bitte i to be troubled with a -sough, day a night. Dr. Ball's Cough Syrup, bower* i? a ?ure ratoedy. 23 ceut?. * 1 cannot r*tag te-algbt I -My throat ?ore." 'Of course you haven't tried S. vation Oil T" "No.-' 'Then gel it m you wiil ?in?- like the birds." Abraham Winter?, aged 60 years, di. at Willow Grove on Wedni ?day, from tl effects of a tall received In getl train on Fnday, March 4th, returning fro Wood?tock to Willow Grove w b been employed as a gardi i or for mo than a year. Hi? body was ?hipped fro thi? place fo Baltimore, bia li<?in,', ? Thursday. The Baltimore Conference of the Met hi dist Episcopal Cburcb, South, will con menee its session cm Wednesday o? nei week, at Harriaoobnrg, it will he, as al way ia, a large and interesting gathe ing Those who are not able to atten hut wish to keep up with tie daily pic ceedings, can do so, by subscribing f< the Daily ConferenceRcgieter, which wi be issiinl from ih" offlceof the Boch?n' ham Begitttr, and will contain a full an accurate Moooat of everything of Intel sal a? it trao?pirt s each day. In all prol-ahiliiy there are more eat mill? in active operation in Rbc and tlie ollar Mantles of the %'all??y sn the adjoining sect lona of West Virgioii than bas ever been the ease before. TL; is on account el the killing <>f the pin timber by the peatifsrona insect thai on] a comparatively ?h?rt while ago, and fo the first time, made its baneful appear anee In this country, and the c? nsequen neeessity of woiking the dead trees up a rapidly as possible before they hccon.i utterly worthless. It is bard to estim?t the amount of damage this destruction o the pine timlier bas caused, l>*,?t it nu* ?Imply prove enorm ma. Kev. Win. Dlnwiddee, D. D., Evangel i?t of the Synod of Virginia, will preacl in the Preebyterian church ? i.igbt, March 84. Tut? will be the be ginning ot a series of seivices that "?'??; cortiuue aight and day for some time All the people of the town are cordial)? invited to attend the meeting?, and the Cbriatian people to com? with the prayi i that God will Mess the meetings to tin salvation of the precious soul, of the! friend? and loved ones. Ra.pi etfnlly, Gi:o. E. Bexderi A yeuog man calling bin Thomas, and who has an uiiliiniie?. amount of "??ill and cheek, ?cooped ?i a'?? ut |10 in tbia pli '? lay nighi by mean? of what be calle d a fi? lie tir?jt played on several the same time, i ing a couple and the n put up aso ca i d silver cup ta be voted to the moat popular ' ten cent? a vote or thn ? fol a quarter ? The trie'?, took, and the boys have now the ?atiof-icti in if knowing thai they let ihn cute chap work them sat of the sang sum ol (40. He th?-u went to Edinbnr?** and informed the i>? i> [de there thai Woodstock waa the rotte n--?i placa he ever struck. He certain.' thni'-s pretty soft here. Prom the paper? we judge he I? finding many rotten town?. The question of a jl? ii.iful water sup lily for the town, eapeeially in case of fire ia now being eerio - red by our people. The general opinion teem? to b? that tie most fesaable plan is that of a reservoir titoated at sonic point 0 high grounds west or rather northweat o? the railroad, ?applied by pnmpii g from one of the wells, probably the artesian or drilled well at the foundry and machine ?hops, yii tins way a ?uffl dent pre-siiic could ceitainly be obtained to fore?' wc ter from plugs through any lengtb of hose and over the highest honses and pointa in the town, and this without having to resort,as many other l?-?s favorably lo? cated towns nave, to an expenaive water tower. As we an? now situated it would be almost impossible to ?ucceasfully cope with a large tire, and in a town of as niauy wooden buildings aa tbia the danger can always he considered as imminent and fearful. A good and availabl ply of water, ?neb as this place have at the minimum cost, woold give tl e town its most certain show for proa] ami reuewed life. Let tin? BObj et he firstly agitated and tako tangible tora M soon a? possible. Death of Win. B. Sup-ager. After several month? of anxious and painful watching and weary but p suffering, Wm. B. 8uplnger ps to, as we believe, a higher and a bet tel life at 8 o'clock on afondar night, a vic? tim ol that dread disease, oonanmption. In the early year? of hi? manhood, witb heart clinging to his roang wife and in? fant child, hi? father, mother, brother? and sister*1, with everythiag to live for, he bravely aud aaeomplainingly laid down his life at the sail of his llaster. For ?onie year? he was the popular man in l'aile-,'? hardware establiahment in this place, where his bont-Bty and fair dealing made him verv popular. Of ?i quiet, kindly nature he va? the fr?en I of every one, and probably hail not a ?ingle enemy, while every heart in this communi? ty is saddened by his early death. Several year? ago he was man led to M i?? afar] l.ee Keller, daughter of the late Aaron Keller and Mrs. Eliza Keller, who, with her in? fant child survive? him. Hs w?s the oldest eon of Mr. Petal Snpinj-er, of this place. Hi? age was I? years, ? month? and 1 day. Hi? funeral services took [dace M Wednesday afternoon, and were conductj ed by Kev. Mr. Hushong, of the Lutheran cbnrcb of which the deceased wa? a worthy member. Horses Down.?Try Mules This i? to notify my friend? that I will be around with the ?ame Stallion and Jack a? last year, at the ?ame stands, with one in the neighborhood ?f Mt. Jackson. Owing to the decrease in the *M horses, farmer? will lind Itfarmore profit? able to raise mnle?, especially in view of the great and growing demand for them in the South. Mike Ci.eaiiv. I.A?JIE.-? Needing a tonic, or children who want build? ing up, shouid .??*? BROWJra HIO.I JBITTB-HS. It ia pleasant; cures Malaria, Indieeatlnn, BUioianeas, Liver Complaint? and iscurulgii?. THE BUNCO GANO. The Jury Disagree in tho Myers Case. The t?iiid (rial of John Mjets, the lob has m ? u;.'. ?I tin Df the county OOWt from Tuesday of last ?.i!:, until Thuradsyol t!?i> i i ended in a disagreement <?f the jury. W do no? ' sction o? any mi ml i r i lhal ? ' bj ? onsoientioui I bellst, Hat it is a O ? to the vast majority ol the people ol thia eonnty bow any juror could acquit a man in the lace of such evidence, From the ? rid? n?'< In i well as otber in? formation m t!.,- bands of the Common an be no doubt thai If Myi-ih sbonld be acquitted it will be turning loo e upon r-ooiety oneol the m ?I dangerous criminals thai ever preyed up on bones! ?.r nnsnsnecting ptsople, Myers ca?e will come upagalnal the \piii tenu of the county court. i tinished the ?losing argnment h I !apt. ??. C. Baker, Com: Attorney, '-.is taken Mr. Wallon toi k his place on Wednesday morning, and closed Ibe case lor th. In a pi.-,*.? il'ul ;ipp? al for jut ; Anthony va. Ccmmonwoalth. lu ; I . lie bunco man. . op from Ibis court to the Conrl ? the decision of the loner cmirt was affirmed on Thursday of last we? k, ? i y delivering the opipion of the Court. We inppoai Uly i nd - i his expensive eff it :?> puni*, h this man, who with bis fall came Into the State and county to rob whoever li" coold gel a chance at, an ! be may now go to the penitentiary to serre ont his .. of two years. It might be w.ll nol to feel too certain of :. as under the peculiar liws of ibis State (he long suffering, honest people maj besnbjec ed to more expense Let. re this ic ?nndrel, a hose record ?hoe - to bave bern a lile lang criminal, can le his crino's. PERSONAL. Mr. \ 0 Wynkooj was admitted to the J(.: rui of that court Mr. Win. Morrison, who has been living in Washington, !* ('.. far m v? ral month*-, was called to his home here on Wednes? day of last week, by the indden illness ?>! :.er. Dr. 1>. 1>. Carter, ** ho, as onr r? I - months, is He is now gt>] ? to i t np for a short time and walk about the room a litt'o, Mr. Wm. 1'? M >rri on, who was taken sudden k on Monday, of list week, ;:li account ot which appeared in onr last issue, is improving, and it is bopi ?1 will Mio:' be able to be ont again. Wm. . ' '? li boy who living in Wayneaboro, Va., for .?I with high honors al Ibe Lonsiville, Ky., Medical 8chnol, a He was awarded the lsl medal in General Practic ? and Fror ? .veil in this p?a c a* - 'r.?;n persons jusi returned from Washington, I?. C, we learn tliat Mr. Sam. Sheuk, a former resident and well -, here, is lying very low with c >n sumption at bis home in that city, with Mr. Chas. C. Williams of this office, .v from a very pi He made more ton the trip than he could carry :. bis valise and consequently had to leave Iher ittered r, of Texas, h il a nnty, and n gsl . | Coi ii d, ? na Tuesday i be Co onel, ? ith -? r? ral other Texas ?s here on business thai will be made known later. He is in splendid spirit**, and :s as glad to roeel bis many old I comrade?m tLcy are t>? greet him. !,' v.**. II. Brown, who has been pastor of the col t"! Methodist ebnreb ol 'Ins place during the past year, has been re inn cd i?? ihis charge for Booth? r year by tin- Was? in 'ton Confer? nee ol the Metho? dist chnroh, colored, which closed Iti si'-.'.i in Lynchburg on Monday, 's far as ,-i learn Rev. Brown has in en ;.n ernest, faithful worker in ids church, and i ?? i'b his nun r ce well. EDINBTJRG ITEMS. Mrs. A '? R ting rela! v n in Woodstock. The Strn?bnrg Virginian and Xtwt says: '?Swann's Down"?-nearly everj week from Edenbnrg. Stras! urg is an Eden-burg lo bim. Dexta*. Notice ?Dr. T. F. Locke, of Woodstock, Va., will visit Ed nleir-; pro ? ally on Thursday. March24th, l*.'.' r Mona;. '.*, 1 lot el. If yon will ?i- I y go to i?. F. Hisey 'a shoe store y? n s ill find that he baa Hi?* largest and best stock ?f shoes, both fine and t-, to select from thai ean be found in the comity When, if ever, does the Council intend to enforce the law against loose horses rnnning aboul the streets 1 An? they wait? ing for Bome one lo be killed or oripp ed and consequent damagei ? A Democrat al t,?> place is a piononn ced protectionist. His argnment is all right, lmt his vote and bis argu don'l accord, as. like Senator Hill, be -a-,* : ' I'n a D m en!." He bas very : ?atsl' I? ? n dubbed ".? Peti rsbnrg Index-Appeal Democrat." Rubber goods, boots, men's, ladies and chilil; -tulle-*? variety and al way low down price? at 1!. P. Hlsey's. Von may mal.'a big mistake by n ?I call ? : ire purchai ing e Mr. Joseph Downey, who, in con with his wife, went to Washington last week for further treatment bj I>r. Henion, returned on 8stnrday last, greatly bene li'id. Mr, Downey's Improvement Is ? ?bie, and is the inbfeei of ? onversation among his friends. J.B.Clem, ol EMlnborg and Laut?'? Mill, Va., a Iahe* t i buy in the nexi thirty IS", old wrought scrap iron. ;,'.;i iron,500 !l?s. old copper and copper bottoms, :tT."> it? old powter, 600 lbs. old lead, 10,000lbs mixed cotton raga, 30.000 Ib?, bono. Highest market prices paid for above, Besi eel hilly, J. 1!. Clem. Tli.? Bdinbnrg flradfd School will close on Friday, Man h 25th. Entertainment? .. given >i?v the Bcbol ?ts on Thurs? day an?! Fiiiby nights, March !J4tfa and 95th. Tli? program will consist of dia 1 igtU -. speeches, musi. and will prOV? very interesting, and will i??- ebaaged <a<h night, Tim pn will In? fot the htiicfit sf the - building. Days of Incubation in Di3ca30. Proa Babj h- od. d fever, 1 i hours to 7 days. Mea-I??, 'd to 19d ?\s. ?Smallpox, 12 to 14 days. CliicUmpo--, - to 1/ days. Diphtheria, 2 to -1 ?lays. Whooping cough,! to 11 days. Mumps, H tO H ?lays. Guaranteed Cure. V," ?nthorlas <>ur advertised druggists to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Con? sumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this C'ii?liti?>ii. If you are afflicted with a Cough. Cold or any Lung, Thront or Chest tronble, and will Use this remedy as dtreeeted, giving ?t a fait trial, and ex? perience no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded.? We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could he relied on. It never disappoints. Trial bottles fr?e at B. S? hmiti's, Wood stock, and C. P. Hisey's Drug Store, I'?l inburg. Large size GOc and $1.00. STRASBURG NEWS. A number ol MMOaa fit-SB this will be in a ? -i"n ? I o m-,- ol lio- llelbodlsl Epl Church, South, which eon renes ?a i i --.. - risonbaig, Vs., ?larch ?-3rd, ?;?? ??I Ten p?a ? of tbli to ? n ai a a woihing Lodge, indi -,i. i- : ! .?i ? i, ? addition? lo their meml i l.v of each who ?wear tba m ?.I.. ? -.- it) ?'. i | ! ere already, one montb In V. ister, and the n?nsl slogan of the nile ? . again b td on oui tn (.ill Tbomaa, tl <? ra and mostea! ?bo? i bibition In Academy Hall on Batardsy night, March IStb. Owing to the audience was ?-mail, although begat Ti?o exhibition, which was prono good l?y Ihoae ia attendance. W i-re i* re i the neeeceity wbicb calls lor all anmuinceln-nt of the farewell sun D In the Mi'th?,dis? churcb, on next Bnnday night, by Kev. .1 s. Ropk n-, the p pnlar o id . ill lent past :i of this congregstion, K'ir lour years paal ; - and tiiii? h-lovi-tl miniater h.s earnestly and faithfully served our town, amito whom be has become ei deared in all the reis? t mus ni d mi? ei and ' eop e. A ?I it is that ait. i place until the , minist? r in ?. *.?. bo wi-11 knt.w bi? worth as I lament hia abi ? 8no here on Tni - by a strong nor I h ? At I hi? writing the eartl ?now, and grim-viiaged winter has by no means ?mother? il ed front ? 81eijtbing is good, and I be 1? are heard in ail direction?, and.vet-,sti as if may aeem, tl, . to believe in the . nty <?f that chief of all weather pi groui ?1 hog, Tl ?? fact ? -, i folks who don't know wbal about it They are kind of 11 and buzzard, m lo i et m bes ildered and mixed np, ai uncertain an I f Mi reb, tbi y arc a? likely to believe ono things? an? u? a little nn re hitler. These vac? hiato .: ind ' ? : fortunate gentry, are mnch 1 ' tt*ade parly, who arc fo?a< tl abo i by ? *? ?? j wind that blows?tariff reform, the era/-, and a thousand and i ne purpoi ting to be for the pood of the . -? h lae ' i ? ?:, have most ontragconaly ?haltered. Nor doea ?I yet appear who is to he the . lead them out of tl linto ? hich Insincc rity i f purpose, and shifting and evasive policy bave precipi? tated them. Will it ' -3 to fled the Oovernor-5 enator t Kew York. Like I Ice the we ilh i'.O to EXCHANGE NOTES. (? to Mr. W, W, We?'. about fi'iir : f tbi? place, on Wednc ?day, and killed 14 t-heep. Mr. John ?V. Bice, of t ill place, was enraged in repairing the floor in a room at the residence of Mr. C T. II nkel, on Wednesday last, when he found lietween the il ,-r aii l the Mastering a cartridge bos fnll of bullet? (paper ?hell? and a pair of emsll ssddle pockets, one depart? m?i t containing a ?ac 1. of ? ?!,?r a number of bu ?bell?! On ' 8." ' I , re donl tl--? place during the war h* -, ?? one living in the b0U?e .?' that timo. XI though for. ib'!,- reminder? ?,t the ?lining times th it took place (rum '61 to '65. Pagi bill? il ??ht last wi I? in tl*?' Massai Ho] ?? \! . ' a torch. A ? March 7lb, the following; "Lasl Snnday morn? o Mr. B. 1?. B of the t wo *, ?ar? a?il a separate no? 1?-. I two tail? with wbicb t.!. .-?? i i. dies ?lollein-.', bad it lit - romer time. 'I be bod* lamb. Had it lived, il - t Mr. Bowman'? ' : n the ?ami?, but it ?d." Roeklngbam /.'?;-'?;? .* i I iel Zlgler, n bo dii ,1 a Timln ?i?t ? Old ? ? ? been ni and ?, ? The o of the in?' itution lia - m f yet Highland , gbl ??I Febm h-y 21?t a ? ime to the family of Mr. I i Walker'? Cree?*, I! ckbridgo county, In ? and ?ti,ught wla-ie the The bereaved parent? have lb Dt Ire Community. \\ [i obi atei v .- A i child .?f ''r. Chai le? W ta il ai :? . living ni ar Whitacre 1'. f).. s a? burni ,l to tira Friday. Two little m ?s had been left alone "or a fe . and wbilo |l?y ing discover? room. they began putting on the f\ In tbia way their i lotbing became Ignited. Mr. Whitacre, who waa in the yard, bear? ing their crie?, rq?hed In to l'uni loth of the children envc 1 ,p.?l in !l in one the father ro?bed out end rolled ?i in th?- mow, extingui?hing the il ui ? ?. other hi the meantime wa? so badly bnrn : d?- itb resnlfed speedily. The era? die in whl ha young baby ley was ,il-o -t-t in tire, but Mr. Whitacre extinguish-cl the flamea before the little one waadam aged. "I be patbyoftbeen ir, neighborhood. OnFridax afternoon, while a c teamster employed at t - m a? ed m unloading a car of coal at tba I!. A < > yard, bi? i lovol struck what be supposed to be s bui Hi of rags. Upon ig tl s coal fi, m ??r?,und it, however. - h irried to had t- at it was th ? corpse of an infant. The body wa-, wrapped in col ton and rags and had evidi nt ! \- h--t n placed in the cat before it ided with m il al tbs mines One lag bad been ?ut off, probably by the ?hovel ??f the disco* ? rsr '?? tore be learned wbal it wa?. Compensation fjr School Trustees. Toa act la regard to eompenastlon for trustees Introduoeed by Mr. Wal ton, and abiob i- u ,??? In fore?-, la a? fol? lows : I. He it enacted by the OenoTs] As? sembly of Virginia. Thai chapter586 of Aetaof Aaaombly 18ri9-90, page 915, he and the same ia hereby ameirded and re enacted ?o ?s to read aa fellows: ?J. That the district sebo I honr?ls of fhe ?? oml , ?? \\ i ham, Tage, Flu ,, and Shenandnali may, in their clis oretloo, compensats the school tr of their II--I?? ?ti? e dtstriets, otber thaa tin- clerks of district BObool board?, at the rate of one dollar per day for servir, ?. renilenil ?illiin their districts, payable from the district srho? 1 fini?) : ntoviiled, that BO traat -aid ?hall receive ?SSW than six dollar? in one year for services rendered on district aciount. II. That county ?, ho?,] boards of ?aid OOaattsa may, *in Hour ??isetetioi?, cotn HtkSate school traeteea, ?ither than clerk? of disMict bo il'l?. at Hie rate ?f two ilt-1 lars per day for ?ctn?l attendance on meeting? ol ooBOtj sehool board, payable? Irosa the county who?.] fund: provided, that no trustee a? aforesaid ?hall receive niota than fiv?- dollars IB 'ine year for service? rendered ?m county school board. 4 This act ?hall he ir. force from it* passage. ? a. .a . aai IHany Peutmcmu ?a* ontmt down froni over***-?-* or humanas ??j??. Jirovvu'a Iruu Hltt-ers UM*iui?Vi* ?*nt?m, ? r?movw?x*?a*seil.ii-s, and tuxcg malaria. Qft tas gcoultto. How the Direct Tax will be Refunded Tho Lynchburg I irtjinian publishes tlie f ?Ho wing ?lige-t, ]ir<?psred by Jndgt J. 8. 1 |S. ?it tli?: bill just puaed by tb?j legle 1 itare lor t!:e ictiinding of thel*. 8. direct tav. It Inform?claimant? nadoc it how ?!. The State Comrnis appoint. d ! ? Is pen In Washington '?iii-eiit.ten.lin*? tb? r nt tin? ?ists Ol tlmse who p*?ld tliB tex and the amount? tbcj paid, ?hich will be Inrnished Ihs oletk? of eonnty if-poratlen courts Ibe Inhabitant? of the s aa aseertslaed b to the count) treasurer, or If tb? Uoi - proper be m?J appoint .a cornnns ? to re rite and die Bueh traasnrar er ocu. nil-sio..?-r v. ,Ji .-?So hare, a copy of th? tax a namea of th?s ?-nginsl tsx t n reosipi of Iblfl fand by th? i r i r commissioner he Is r?*"jnir?-d ? qotieea al the rotlng piares of bis . or citv of bis readiness to disrrib led, After deducting a pro rsta share for ex? penses, including five prr rent. rom*r?i-* - 0 i lo the riisbnrsing efflrcr. h? -rill psy 0111,1 shown hy his list to the per - 1 ii to tins tare e<-il>rti*.r. er ;f ' ' be dea I ??. hi? , eraonal r****j . If a i ? the pa f the tax, r can pn ? .* ivh ? : it but whoa? na fleer*! liai, ha is rot t>i t?e raid rrr, bnl his nams and claim ?hall ??! to ths Osivernor and there list When application for relnnding is ma!? . I? who ' -.or bj a person who paid the ; did not own tho land on wl-.ich me was assessed, jn?*h applications shall li? listed by tttr* trcv-n ovor for thirty day? to ?rire opportunity for other claimant? to ?n'errrne, .---.i, ?* shall (hen hr- paid to the pirtv Bppe entitled. In cas.-? of co;-,.? reasnrer or any parry have the matter determined by the" conn .; r.-.tion conrt, by molior, or The fund shall b** er> held and distnl intll March, 1897, *.-li?*n On?] - wiih. the trraanrers will be had liy the State, and the k-ilsn.-e then in hand will he distributed amonj- those who had shown themselves to have paid the tax, lint whose name? wm r.ot fnnnd on the ; ix list i i:cn if snv halan?--? of the fnnd nn lisfnrbed on th?* first of Jann ary, i-.K. ?: shall be paid into ths cot-nty ?rer to be exponded on ths i- ..-ni- of tba countj or streefa nf ?he city. Mr." Sfafe agent, fnmi-.',-?' .'on willi the foll-'-in-; State men! of Shrnandoab'a portion of th? tax: . $1-2 119.51 Off exemptions,. 1,17?'. 20 t. fax. |l ?i ?60 0.1 "li' in*, and r-L-.v... 2?~." I mded,. 8.823.11$ j ami. nncollect? I. HJ80.09 'I \; ? Governor has rec-ired Information that persona of a spacnlativr rnrn are g on: circulars eiving mtsleadin** in:, rmation aboutdlreel tax claims. Th?*ae men arc offering to bay at a ridienlonsly low flgnre the elairrs nf the Virgi-ni's W? warn ?11 intores'orl not to l?a tkkon m by these sbarpsrs, as tiic-y win receive tin? lull amount? of their slsiiTis at the bands of the r^nlar disbnrsing agents. iaw to Recover for Cattle Killed on the Track. following is the |?w passed by the ? '?ire for th? recovery of dsmages from r-ii!<vAy companies for steck killed or injnred on their tracks ? "Re It enacted by the Osr.sral A-y-w-mbly That rrh-rrver any property - train of cm er loco-no road trash within this State, i*Mnl for the s-rners of ; perty so injured so hare ths pr.ip i ??is daroas*sa suassesd loard of appraise**? Ib ?he fsiinwing .-? n!?r?r of neh prejia-rty, his may appnim a dis-rresl, ?-roared frse-heldsr ? where the itjsry ?eonrrait, D his h*?ri*lf, sud B?*rri"v II foreman ol the eerr? pany.or person oparsting the- railroad, of appointment, and ?htnenp.ori It shall ? doty of imrh ??--etrto** foreman t*o I a like apprnissr on behalf sf th? wh*>, after being dnly . s 11 ? '. 1 eor-rtirnte a hssrd <?** ap* BXan :ne the property lijare?, l he ssmft t?s kiilsd flt th? fslr nssh fj ?r.d, it ths Sam-? hs crippled, - an o-n- of th? dstorlorattea of ?nch lb mine by rea?on of the injury. - pr?rai*t--rs firs nnab e to may appolat a third, who, :, ?hail be a mom*?<*r of the .17 then r\t> ? ?ball ree?lv? for thftr 1er this ?el f-ar-h ?he snm of 10 lie paid ??jnall.v by the rail? . f end I II ?own.r of the prop I, bnl in caae ol action ot anil, Fu] party ?ball ri*rover as a pai to! i tb? amnnt-.t ot compensa bim to the apprsiser?.'' The l?cw Trespass Law. ? law which "as Iniro duct-d bj Mr. Walton, and is now in force is as fol 1. Bell enacted by the Ge-seral As ' Pirgiula, That s*?ction two i id and srTeritT-orin of the Cods of Virginia be .-tmer-dcil .lad rs-sTiaeted so as to i cad as follow*. : 2 Sec 2 71. K any p-rson, wlfhont the consent of the owner or tenant, shoot, i inge or ?o-.tI en the lands ef an other, which arc enclosed, er th.- beam ?lai ies of which, or stream? ai*j?f?***t to which, constitute .-? lawful f*?nce, e*- in ths waters on miil land?, he ?h?ll be neemed guilty of unlawful freapa?*., and in ad ? i hi? liability in action for dam ? hall le fine", npon ?ronvlctia-i of, not less th?n five dollars, or mnrs v dollar?. 1! I iiis act shall b? in force from it? "Xystie Cure" in Demand?***'. A. ?lar.I??- A Son, Drn/fj-itta, Lebanon, O., ritea: "Send ns a snpply of ?'Myst'e Cure" lor I'heumatism, as wo are sntirsly out ?wo! onr enstomer* are elsmnrtBg fer more. It hss proven suck a splendid rem <?ly for them." Itradiosll) ctrsesin onste three ?lays Sold r-y F. R. Ibttti?, Drag? gist. Wo'odatoek, Vn. [4dee4m. ????????sBBBM**auT*Mm*mra**a**u*a*MmMrMr?? MARRIED On March lOtb, by HfV. D. n. niirxlea, Mr. U'm F. Mrnretty and Min Elit? E. tor, both "t this eounty. At Hie Lnthrrsti parsoTisije, Weodstnck, Va , March 11th, UD2. hy ft?*-. Mr Hn"h* onr*. Mr. Willism L. n?r*im*rs and Mis? Carolina Ileeler, both ef gh se su desk county. At the Lnlhsran prrrsenase, Wotsdrrt-wk, Va , March 1Mb, W>, by Bev. Mt. Unsk nr.g. Mr. Jamas O fWl an? Mi-? NITIs A. Hpigels, boik sf 8>ier--re<l<*?k ?r-s-sstsy. 6 ? ? ? ? <i ? e d 9 BU8YAW6Y 9f CWT -9 ?rt?**i eavtrr 1 ? r?a <??s not net *m Wtgntwm sVatWMt %****?*% a*?-**il-l. ?wall*-???, W>? ifLPWlrfi? V *lP**HffriX rf% f**n# ?'^'''''?lIM^ '.?m^'^VV *u^^***<H^k ?prrl.'?*, IfH* um ^LW^w?h ^F^^?F^^lW OOCwMrrn? fffn ? Turrs ? ?Fiii? Uror PSs? ?sir*-fi-^jGj*?Bi*-v0 ? <*? o ? ? o ?*? ??? "llliiryiiiil! I hav? opened In Edlnburg a flrst'-plsss stork of FsshlnaMe Spring Mililtierv, ?na brae.ing all the latest styles. Iv.ry thlng will he sold st the vary lowMt rises. I hurt esiflsysd Mrs. Laura rkisssB U ?to Ike Brisauiinx (??* *U wku desire it. tespsslsnlly, MAS. W. H. WIfHIMAl*. G 1 M TV MEBtTrCTIOmV! irl-y ALL DS AS REPRESENTED ! ?TXTST C ^^^^^J E2II*?JKL OIT" IT 2 -V lai I ltd lino of Me -s and Children's ^? W\ <A ?B 1 F 'a-aaaTh? ?9?' i . esta at a ?cr??t reci-ret-ma smder our ? I _|K SALE COMBIEN C?NG JANUARY 15TH, 1892. ?'3&?9&7Zo\mVk\\\ Remember tl ,'- but vrc musl have room in order to iaproTO cor .-?tore, room nnil to prepai ?BaaaaaaH/ A' our. Ym COATS, ?Vorkin 1C readj to offer thcra to the pooil peon]? oJ the county i H?ter OVKR SHIRT? we will [Delude in this ?rreat sale of ina Remember the place, VAN PE? .jTON, TI,oo?lvO..--IT?ll,.ll?u, i,.!!..-,,,,, ,,| i ?i:o^^^^^| -foodHMk, Tir-laia. MA RKE'? W<? IDSTi ? Wheat. Corn. Rye. Oat?. Onion?. Baeon (eoootrj ) ban " eirfe.? a:,?! -i Lard. Bnttor. *?***. Chicken? (old). (spring) . Potatcre?. Livo Stock .. Bai.ti Re.f C.Mlle.?O.: ? -rern light, 0 riew of the Lenten ?. The trade at no timi ward? the rlos? ?if thi quite drSfg**. 11? limrrr.t en that r?f Vaines wen- witbonl the market ?tro quote the ran . salas tii.il]?- at ? Pries of H-1-; '? At follow?: Beat. GsnerallT rated li" Me?linm or g O rd i n.-.. and C'ott.s. Of the Battle from Virj-inia. Mileh Co-v-?.- 1 fa raine? are n id an?* range ai |j0? 10 pe? treat94?. Be? Veal CalTee.?Tbi oilrs*, mth foil rec ta pet lb. lii Bheep aad i lambs i? oi,ly fail, . aHont n? ?or* 1 .-. 100 heml 1.-? than I tute .i fair ottering i of the issaon. v? ?? ?beep at .Ija.V esota por ,'? ?i ? lade 'hi. Lam? The receipts of ?fa e . nnmbr.-e,1 1 Swine.?Tie i? nnrnrron?, as hi?" woe those ret laetorj to dealt fair nnmlier of no - market i? itron* and onl> fall] ael! nt i C.}?7 cent* o tern at <" per lb net The ?? week no m be red ?. Wabdinotox, I At Union Btock Y :.!. ???ere offered, atoi IJ.I rent?. go id ; 1 il" rent-:, and r Some 97? ?beep an I Itruh market with 4$?r, rent*, and '? lb. Cow? with . ? 150 each. 1 be NEW MARK Graded School Offer? a thorough conr Colisa Mm, !3P"?jp?i*ial attentioa *,> Ib SOS prrparin-? to tea ?ehooh Have clo?ed ipe d severa with a* and psapan work. Special Normal Coursera Jui Roard and tuition i tion snplj to A C. KIN 1. llmst?!?] 11?16IT lilUI ! Ill rae l?t??t stiles of IIA : - then I ??er ?old them. estiT? t-?|l ?*-0 Latest ?tiles v?-**? lsw. These an ??4 no uf the heal ai I..cl. AI.H F. N. ?Kl! Msis ?tr-a???, -.oiiUi ut K, !:-. n n. . rvR. T. r. Lochk. Resident Den Ottier, Main Street, -H i S lato? Chloroform, ether mol paialss? extrait ???n of teeth. (?i' D. L. 811AVKK. M. D., Phy?ician and Surgeon. MAITRE? I OWN. VIRGINIA. lISTisg located ?t Minier:, ?ndoah count**. V.v. nfc r? 1 i sl ?erTiee? to the poblto. WU. I. WDDLKB] PLA8TEREK, ? BDIKBUHO, VI80IKIA. 1 aw pn-piir.-il to ei\e eslin ate? ? i? Bl il uiideitske sll kind? ?,i lathing end tsriuj* at low pri?es sad oa - ,: noti*?. All work ?iiara?tml sad satliiaat ' sured. iq-s-s-qiqqq (?MEAT EXCITEMENT -OVEK THK 'est Stock of Gomts Hoped in WoodrrHok. iccfved ('roui the Fnslern Markete a varr Lira*.? lot "f .FRESH AND SEASONABLE GOODS^t Dren Goods, Ging-riam**, Onting?, ?Flanocif^ Ladief Also lot of Boots, Shoes, Ac. all of ?hieb :iny prices quoted. udic&o" quantity ol Bntter, Eggt, Chiekenfl and -i favors, wo solicit a continastict of nine. .. to pleat 2QWMAKT <a rffAUCKa ni " ;V tie Best sli ' -making '?i6 n and Children's lowest lignres. iifin In ni th? qnali I I? ?o coiifldeUt itisfael un. My ?t such .- Ihejf an? rep cods ota, in i?j i'- "boots m mon, indios and Also extra si - ? boots. sr uiitl find ? ithcr oui to snit fork ? t ? order, and tit sad ii'eed. at i ?an sa re money furyo? l t '. i - ' . ?!. F. HI3ET, ?; .?ubiirg, Vs. , VI ?'CIMA, PKOPItlKTOli?. : ??3T??L, . s ol -known Farra . thoroughly rubullt ?p to oottoin. and is imfnrtar-ts as ?veil l*allei ol Vir ? ly furnished ia the modern ?OB slwsjs b? sop . i and deli Virginia a world ? li* log. Cotnmer i"*ioi!ations. Intioo? eos o d with the par -, wines, beer, Ac. .. 1 *T. (BARY HOUSE Woodstock, va., GEARY Proprietor Hotel, ?o loras fopaltf .ipi?rc?'iate the homr-like ? f n lir-t r?a-- !..?ti.e, Iim btrn ted in thn best s'fle, si d ?Hi ? I re?' it? -?nests so as ibas have so nlvi raallj fiveu It ? ? it. .1 to sernre the its ??nroiis The ronma bts I to nfortsl-le, the table al : ?aiih Hit? heat, and ?he ? ill ? ??. i It? tool d |H.hte and srV ? ? o' dm largest aad ? h?i'?l in the Tsllsy, .ful superior onal ? Bnd l*aert win he itis, ol liwry attached fo *h* '.?.''JO -Iv Wei.HOPEWElL tfcCa D / X B U H 0, V A., UKAI.Kiif? I*? Drugs, Chemicals, Dye :? : Medicine?, and all ri U i ?.?'Mtndrie?. Oil?. Painti t/avalsoes, Urorcrie?, Stationer* Ptsrfaasan sml ? Tr.net*, of TOILET end FAWT MTKHII. rF"/'t<rifjr of goeis nlmoy? tloaremtee?. rT'l'iiysici-.u?' prescriptios? carsfoWj compounded at all hoars, day or sight I April 23, 'riO-i-r. C. f. MISBl Oruggist^Chemist E-ffWUM, rifitmiji, ?b?in? in Drags i Midicines, Pare C"i?e?.r3!?,Te,:l?t Article? ?a?*! l'.v i j Oosds, T?b.*-ao,?, Ci^ars. Baaf, Caadj, Ae. Airs Lsmntan-l I.?.".;, Beoda Sehosl R-mki and flepplie?, G !?:??, Varuiab Well Paper, full liae cf a.l . Oils. Aj-stt for LA 11. 1 ... Palate. Preseri-ilicm? * ??-- alt* , ni?*bt ??r ?'a** Msi?b 12. E citKi fi o r .?? g, JOS. T. tOLTZtlAH, - ProoeUtm ??UIBUt.0, Va This ne*? end coniniolion? hotel i? now open for th? receptior ?f ?*nei-t?. KTery thin?; i? n?w from ba* ?jient to attic, snS we? bail with a rien to makini-it one ol the metrt ?onfarrtsbleand attractiTe bote!? in th? Talley. Tb? ro?-?,? are fitted nj with s!l -B*4?rn ?mproTeeiest? in furm tsre. Th? ?fl.?? end diaia?, room ?-r? hsnd?Am?, lar-js und cu-nfir'sbl?. Ne ri ?it?? ?r as**taaas will bs ?p;ued t? ifatT.irib Ib? t-sble with sil that e?n tere-t 'the sppctirs aid ?it? perffct ?stisftctios Chair???? ?ill tr* very ?uoderute, at 4 ??pest? cau rest r-?ea rid that all ?'il. is dene to mska ;h??:r ? *.??? . * I enjoyable. A fim-eies? li?--*? i? attached 'o th? fcetel. [Dm. 10.'87 tf. K?T^.BI.laJrTJET-1 1673. ?J. P? Sarcm ?' ?>.? ?COMMISS?OK MSRlUANlS Flonr, C.raiT<., Batter, Egga, i'? 'tlti i Lire S toc s Froil s 083 Le at*. I,*? 9 is Ast-M-i?*. ter,cA?r.i;fts. Wt?t r-3-jfs. ?fs\8HI90TON, i'< ? Usr. f**,'??-!? WOODSTOCK wmi mus, W90Daroc?, y a. stsasjaji ssjIasBj in th? V?;!?*-* Olrs i-s asr-ll. F.. U, SNY?Eft ss? S. VS lr ?. H. *r*i.t.isnj, f?. T. v..,.. \ ?J*TlI.LUUB A liaotMSK ATTt.-K?llIVrj IT l.i\m wcorrToci.. v< Prs?M?s Is a*a? C-rsrt? of BI?esM*aiaah PooMn-tiia?, Pejs, rr*-c.?rick ?nd W?rr??n ?esntass; also in th? Court ot Appeal? oi TirwiBiafsdla ?hsU. B. l>i?tnct Curt. 8**?9-*ial at^trsttea *rl**en ts the ordlecttea .rf elatm?. |Stai 15.'84-t 0 rT.arT-31-TY a i-tm.ion, A ITOnXRTK A T LA W, PWWT IOTAL, TA. ftat.-fl*??? ta ?dl lb? ?.?sri? of Warren, P ??**?- 0i*?s--4?sh nl ?-aJdiuiBic? unties Ijsti \f HaaaoMa Cxmauv 1* W Mioit i aa. *LoVBAa> A HAORUD1B, ATTORN M Tti AT LAW. rrooeiiotK ta. Rev. 9*?. 10-41. Wm. M. BENNETT, Mille iiimssSln Main Btruet, North End, ' *a-?sjs?Ut?*K?ii. Vlrgi-ala.. C?mm aa?i sss. | auf 14 "il it.