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api. -vciavaat? Waaxiy av J M O. S, 0 H ABI LL, WOODSTOCK. Vlft?lWA. neu? t.. J ??>. 11? mv?. S. Blown Allen, of Au^u-ti county. has secured the nomination for I'm teil Btatei Marshall ami Tlioinas M. Alderaon for united States Attorney tor the Western District of Virginia. The election of Henna to the Senate from Ohio was a greal dis? appointment to ihe Free Silver element. We do not admire Hanns with his "winning ways, ?nit alien it comes between /Tanna, a republi? can standing on tbe republican platform and McKisson, a repubh can,standing on the Chicago plat? form, we would rather trust Hanna. of Virginia is happy because he ?8 to have a stall ?i Colonels', whereas the Ho, d only had ?even. C i 'L..""' exact,y uncommon in VirgiiT^B^aajaasB-? Tyler's going to inaks all other ( al?nela dim. Still thore will l?e general regret outside ot Virginia because there are to be only eighteen Colonels on the stuff There ought to be at least eighteen thousand.?ir7. T. Sun. M ?: K. H. Barclay, editor of tho Lexington Gazettee, is spoken ofasacandidai 10th District. Major Barclay was Stonewall Brig - l been an earnest, consistent democrat, u there wa? a little inconsisteney in that Free Silver movement, for which he was nol reiponsible, and he (le?erve"? well of the party While tve will not have the privi ?, him. we hope thai he will receive enough votes to elect him. The .il'.ti't in increase the reve placing an additional tax upon ihe fanners in the shape of n fertilizer tas will v.rv unpopular with tin fanners. Indirect taxes are danger ?ms expedienta. The indirect taxes ot the United Matos govt which were originally intended to raise revenue for the government, ore now used to oppress! i lasset* of the people lor the benefit o! other da The tanner pays tax on hifl pro perty ami u-."ii nearly every article which he buys. Don't oppre* BBora by loading upon him an increased Icrtllizei tax. He will soon find it out. even if ii is an indirect tax. Back From tbe Klondike. Seattle, Wash., Jan. & Fort?, 0\e Kisniiikers arrived her. sealer day on tbe steamer City ?>f ???attic bringing advices from Dswaou City up to Dec. T. J. .M Kepuei. ?John Barke aud '?French Uurley" ]>e Lorge left Haw son on thai ?late ami cmuc through i'> re? lireaking time, reaching Statt e exactly one month alter starting. 'He passed bet*sen iwo ami three buudretljinenou our wa\ out asid Mr. Kepuer. "Parties aill be coming iu every day now. 1 ne situtttieu in better tlisu it was two mouths ngo. on account of the people Is ?ring.*' I>e lijrge said: 'I e-tnnot *?i exactl> bow much (last essbronghl out I think it will i on over glon "on, ?mi probably reaeb Si??" 00 I kuow one in .n who brought out between $10,006 and "120,000 in dust. In drafts there was moie money reprsjaented. Une mau alone bas a ?liait tur ?H.U.iKl >, ami Otaste I know have large dra?t*. iViliHpR ihe drafts will aggregate glieO OUO." All tbe returning Kloudiketa tall of meeting ansaerons parties scattered along the routes tr>ing to posh la. N ?me bave ?log??, while many are trying to diag than oul?ie on hand aleda. All are making very slow pio^ies?. A RErORIED MASSACRB. Oklaboma I'ity, O. T., Jan. 11 ? Thers ia an iipiiaing m tho Aeon m le Nation,and lOOaVaeed Indiana are reported to bave killed twenty five residents of Fottuwat tonne couuty, this Territory. The Indians are seeking ts avenge the recent ?iirning st tbe stake of Lincoln M-'Gelsey aud Palmer Sampson. Semin?les, who were accused of murdering and telou iouRly assaulting Mis. Leurd, of Maud liostofflce. A special train, load of armed white men baa gone to Earlboro, ten miles from Mond? Incitement is hiuber than ever lief ore known in tbe Indian Tern lory, Soniii IfoAlaater, I. T., Jan. 11. A telegram recelvod htm-the e\en ing by the train dispatcher of the Oboetaw, Oklahoma an?l Gulf l; iilroad states that a baud of L50 Seminonoles is on the war pat b and is leaving behind it a nail ol blood. The message states thai the Semin?les are avenging the work of the mob ol whites who burned two Semin?les at the stake ami that thu infuriated Indiana bave already massacred ".?"> men, women and Children. HANGINC OF DURRANT. Remarkable Fxblbltion of Nerve by th? ualifornia Murderer. DIED PROTESTING HIS INNOCENCE. Sau (} lentin, (' il , .1 m. S.? TVheu William Henry Theedore Durant died on the gallows yea* terdny lor the unit tier tit Blai Lamont he gave an exhibitioi c toliiess and nerve BOCb as seldom been seen under slra elronmstauoes, Hopeful almoi : he \?-i. last mlnnte that si thing ?onId intervene to save 1 be w,ilked to the scaffold made a speech protesting his li ct-nce as calmly ami with as tiiict enuncia!ion as it he bad I addressing nn assemblage It lends upon some ordinary to //i? face ?as pale, his eyes a red luit Ills voice was firm, an.I ?tood as solidly as a rock while proclaimed his innocence and p (eased lorgiveness to those ar he said, bad hoaoded him to dei There was not a hitch Z" *"" .lent to mar the plans of Wan Hale in earning out the sentei Tue uoose was at j tsted, the t Bprungatbe stout rope held ? Dm rant's dead body dangled ihe end. The neck was broken tbe tall ol four feet, aud ! min?tes later the murderer's I? was eut down and placed iu o Du. in spite of the exciilug evei of Thursday night, when Dun. was besie?rctl \<\ newspaper i porters and talked to h's parou until 11,30p, m., be rested can ?luriug the night, and shortly al o" o'clock be owone and bade h guards good morning, Ward Hale bad provided a new suit olotblng ot dink materiel, a these D.inant quickly donn? lie uoticed the absence of t collar ami necktie, bowevi i. ai knoeiug toll well the reason I the omission he asked tor hei explaining 'hat a lurn du na o lar wouUl not i it'-i tic witb ti uoose. Tin ii be sat down breakfast and ate heartily. Du ing lb?* early ttioi ning hours l),i i.nit did not bave much to bi beyond expressing a desire tbi no newspaper men should be . lowed to see him. This rtijiie was complied with. Consistent to the last, Dutrai died proiesslug religion, 1" it h ?litd accepting at the last inomei tue comforts of the Catholic cburc instead oi those <>i tie Bapti faith, in which he was reared Uev. Mi. linier, a Protestai minister, had arranged to ?tscen tbe so'iffeUI with Durrani, but tl iiiinitstei woulil not say that L thought liuriaiit innocent, an the condemned man declined b services unless he professed belli in bis umoctne. .Then It wa that the once ardent Baptli turned to the Catholic church ft consolation, and calleil upo Father Lagan a priesl who lia frtquaully visited him in priso to attend blm. Tituei Laga respouded and performed the loi solemn riteetiftbe chnicb. Dm rant reiiiiiiiiel lu close coosnltl tlou with the pi lest, and M?me to be deeply interested iu the in presnive c r.?monies. As ?be hour ot the executing ipproacbed the prisoner bvcamt some va, ?i at restless. //is fat bei sud moiii? r were admitted to bi* hint a I ist farewell. The side Durraut grasped bis son by tin bal ?i, and Ihe JOUUg tnan tbei turned to com tort his mother, win cn??tl byster cally. Durraut em braced im tenderly, ami svyiof ??'ihe hour has come torus to part, put her gently away. The grie Stricken mother was led te i private room, where she rema'ne?! until alter tbe execution. '1 hi father, however, went to the ex eeoUon loom and, Huppoited b") (wo fiicnds, saw Ins son mee' death. At 10,34 o'clock Dm rant, ac compaiiied by Father Lagan, ap peaied at tbe door of the ext cutioi room He was followed by bll father and a IHend, W. ri?n Hal, and the guards. The lather anil his Irieud walked around the gallows to the front; while Dur? raut and hi-i keepers climbtd U) the gallows plntfofOS. Instantly ou arriving at the gallows Dur itttit's legs and arms were pinion ed and tbe rope was placed about his neck. Tbe hangman was a ?out to adjust tbe black cap when Dm rant simonncd his dealre to speak. I'sisiisaieu wa? given, and the doomed mm derer spoke aa fol? lows: "I deaire tossy that, although 1 am au innocent man, uinooeiit of every crime that bas been charged ?igaiuet me, I bear no animosity towards those that have persecat ed mo, notnven the pies* of San Frnndsoo, which bouuded mo to the grave. If any man thinks 1 am going tosiriug a sensation?1 atn not, except It is a sriisatiou thai I am an innocent man, brought to the grave by my per seoutors. But l forgive them all i hey will get their )ti?tice from the gieat God, ? bo ia master of ua all, and there l alio exps.it to get lust ice?that is, the justice ol an I unirent man. Whether or not the perpetiatora of tbe crime ol which 1 am charged are discover? ed, it will make no diflereuce to rue now, but I say this day will be a shame to tbe great state of California, l forgive everjbodj a ho has perseeutsd me, uu innoc? ent man, whose bauds bavo never been ?Iuined with blood ?id I go to meet my God witb forgiveness tor all men." Tbe words were delivered slowly and distinctly and without em? phasis. The eager crowd of spec? tator grouped closer to the wood? en framework, that they might not lose a word ol what was beiug said. Hot a so md could bo beard except the even tones ot the man about to die. Duiraut bad settee lv ceased speaking when the tola k cip was placed over in* fie?. At the same instant Hangman Lunt 1'iised his band, tbe trip waa api nng, and with a rattle Durrant'a b idy shot through tbe opening. In just il minut?e ami 28 seo ouds all signs oi lite bad vamsbid. The body was allowid to bang for !" min?tes when it was cut do-?ii ami placed in a black cofflu. Then accompanied by the pirenls, ii ?as t.ikcti to Sari Kranciico. it is not yet known what disposition Ol the body will be made as Dar rani's nareiita have been so far unable to ?scure'perrnissiou to Inter it in cemeteries. It is very proba ble that the body will be cremated NORTH DAKOTA The Garden Spot of the Eartb - Formerly of old Virginia, but now of tue far Weet. Banxow, si. i>., Jsn. 3rd. nun. As I have been requested to writ* a piece for th* Herald, 1 will uke great pleasure in doing so to inform yon that t .on ?till In tbe land ol pure delight, and will give you my past alna months experience in this ?tute. I think this i? one "f ttie grsatsst countrle? tbst ii beneath the *un for s mau with small means to g*t s quiek start. But deat friends do not come to this country thinking thu can gather the mom y from tree* as you do apple? In ihe east, Do not think you can set It from s pumpkin vine or aven from a gooseberry bush, for they .ire few and far between. But you want to hreak ihe pr liii? sud fann the ?oil, thare i? " hete you mak? your money, a? grain i? yielded in abundance, and you tre ?it Ihe -?in? time saving h niee home which coats you lint little now, butesch day ii growing more and more into value. I arrived here on April the Ind 1897. ami before ihe flr?l of August, I was the posses?.f 3.'0 acre? of mil black rich fertile prairie soil. And ilinuld I stayed among the yellow hills of old Virginia, I would liavf been old ami grey headed ami ready to ?lie before I could have owned half the amount. Hut oh how oft I think of aay happy aasten Inline. While nu thse western plains i roam. lint the great encouraging opportunities here within. en?ce me to g?> hack there again. My laud las only eosl me th* ?null hub of ? l.2"i per acre for 160 acres ?>f which 1 purchase*! af the \. P. By. Co. and with one tenth cash, lb* re?t in u equal annual Installmentsst6 per cent ?nteres) payable at the end of each year. The other 160 acres waaol government land only costing me tli? Kling fees wi.!-h was th? small amennt of $16 .".it I claim thai my lend Ii as good ? pit ee ?if land ss old Virginia ?ver SSW. An I there can he ju-t BI good land ii? ml It?? got at a much cheaper rigor? by going farther hack from th* railway track. Kill dear friend- do not fofgel when you in? in thi? country ron are not among the hills, rock-?ainl stumps of old Vir? ginia but van are oui upon the level prairie where you ean farm with much ease, and where you need no fertiliser, reguardl inv nine months SX ne lit BCe ol the climat*.it isa? follows: I never before in my life spent a more ? summer than the p??t one, although I ?Ireadad the approaching winter lo collie but it is BSW here and what do I see instas tins wssihsr a? I Used to experience In old Virginia But dear friend? do not forget to reinenilier that I am living hSOO/, having a good time, getting fat ami saucy, se who would'nt live in Dakota I remain very truly yours. 0. ?. KoSBNBKROER. P, S. If then be any one desiring ftirihsi infiii'iaatiiiii from me will ad? dress meal BsrloW, Folter county, X. Dakota, I ? ill he pl?a??d to give yon all Information iu mr ability. Malawi?? Varar ???al. W ?*?, ( ?irnrau Oaasy cateante, ?ar? ?onei'.pai.nn lererer Hi ?W iri' C C BaiL rlracal??* r?f uad raoise EDITH ITEMS. M???r? Krank Clem anil Jatnsi flat* man went to Lost City laat Mandar, Ja ti nary 3d, return??! oa Wcdneaday Mr. Marinan ? \p?ut? to r?turu to that piase aoaie tuna in tbe aear tature t? at - eept employment at Ii is trad*, carper, ttnug. J,,nio? i? m i in*eiiiua? b ty an 1 w? wlab b i in succ???. S'e have heard itipoken, ia eeaaeetion with other aehooi talk that Mr. ?lo? in tut ft Co Snpt. of Scheola may r??lfti hi? oBJce owing to other presiia?; labor? upon him. W? bop? thi? i? ooly wila tslk, and that be baa no auch idas; fur w* Br* tar* that no man i? mm* in ter?* tod in tli? ?cbool? of hi? eonnty nor bittet fitted to look after the intere?t? and ad rancemeat ot the aame than he. It lian ill wind that blows no body good.' And even the hideous nolle* sf th* hungry wild rats, heard so lieqnentlf about hore of lat? b?> ? the ?alotar/ ?tteet it eauiiDjt ????? of our boy? to do tbelr vaurtlug and ft horae b? day light. Enoch Dutioan killed a floe wild torkay a few day? age. Uuo. $100- Dr. E Detchhn'i An? Diuretlt Is?, h? warts to yen aa? s the? SISO il yon her? a shiad wbe auils twddlaag fn aa natarri teaenee ef ?*** ?*aatBa| atssp . Cafe, uad ?and r???! ?Bis*. IC Ulli Ihe teeebh* at oaaa. St. Seta] by L. I. liwm DniggUt Woodsteak Va. ? Card to tbe Publia. Richmond, Vs.. Jan. .r?, IMS. I demanded of the Eilinburj ,<r?ltnel th* nauil of the au? thor of the p.-r?..ri?l attack upon ins iu the unit) of that paper, tlatud Deeembar 17, IBOf. 1 leu* |0Bt lte?ii furiii.slir i! with the n*a*e, but my pieising dutiei mak* it impoisibl* for mc t* do full juttice to thi* matter at on**. I will sty thi* much, however, that th* name furnished Is that of a llfe-tliue Republi SSn, writing editorial sttscks upon Democrats for a paper olaimiug to In th? organ of the Democratic party iu Shenaiuloah. I desire to ?ay to my ftieudi that tliii pei'ienal lumll will be dealt with ai the exigenci*? of the tdtaattien dciaaud. Very truly your*, .1. N. llKK.VAMAN. A Card. To the Editor? uf tut St-ntiiiel: You hars refuted to divulge the nsaie of the cowardly author of the editorial article, entitled "More About the Judge ?hip,'' ami having so refined |QU BBSIIIBS Ik? authorship of it, or ascribe it to the ''Coiniiiittei?" that is Supposed to control your edltorlsl columns. 'Ibe lampoon against the people of Sheiisndoah, contained in that article, I? oae of I utest uiijuit and ?ideas that ha? iu cent y*an been committetl to pul. print in th* pre.? *f the county, and totally uuworthy of a man that ha* spect for himself, or love forhrscountr honoi at home or abroad. N'o! eontl with aa.?Hing the chara? ter and reim lion of persons ?iiterestlng ihcni-elve? behalf of Mr. TSvsnnsr, lie urral.u those arhess <>nlv esTeoec wss that ill signed the petition? favoring Mr. Tl euiier'i election, the purpose of Whl argument being apparently n.itlii mure than 10 create discord. The m that still thus slsndsr the etttaons of h own county, and lake delight in attetn ing to sully Id* county's rsputstlou home ami abroad, would mo-t sun hide hi. face fron the people hsslsntk and deride?. Indeed, sll the author's statements referenceto character ol petitions, personscsnyiug them, and the ria?? of people Inhabiting Ihe Bounty an- t neosensical to dassrvs ? passing noti? Tbe general idea pervading the artlc il that Judge New man'? petition* w? conipei*d oi name- of persons ellglb to lifu. whilst those favoring Mr. Ta saner were composed largely of d reputable and aangerotu < I isses. ai one who k no wi anything of the petitio of Mr Tsvsnnsr knows the Impntath to he utterly false, and that t.. a great portion of the petitisnen "vampires, leeches, tramps and idiots, ii a malicious ealomny upon s Ian number of the people ol the count Hid tho,* parsons signed petltieus that writer's 'hole*, they doubt?e wo ild hs?i been considered go?"! si reipectable citizen*, ami it might he matter af intereiting information know whether the signature of any vot? ha* been declined, by those who preist energetically the clsinn of Judge -Vei mau. That there ar* Irregiilrritle* In tl petitions of both applicant* will not I serlomly denied. I'erfect preciiionan securssy In petition? the dimensions < those of either applicant are prssticall unattainable. Each applicant had t alrculation about lixly petiti?.ni, s carrisd by different persons, and prei umahly the same petition may ha, lisen carried by different persons. Som perioni may hare signed petitions rimr than once,the petitioni being sarried b differeiit per?*a?, ?onieuii, loue signa petitiiiui of both applissnta, Dame* ros not have been plainly writteu, erroi inaJ?) iu takiin? an extra eopv "I I'1 nausea from theertginslpetitions, PI undersigned dose not pretend m knot personally every voter in the count, and knew? the Initiait of tin- name- ol far ?mailer number. What the petition of Judge N'cwinau originally eontsillSaJ the writer ol this dee? not know, a* lbs; erare presented in th? foret ol a typi written espy. Junge Newman admit sesos revision of his petition?, a* pre seated to ??-. the petition? of Mr. Tes sillier contained nearly 2100 name? those favoring Judge Newman nssrl; IfOO whleh nnmbsr Insludes nearly si ibe i?olorcd roten of tin- eeanty, th total rHsTsrsnet In numben of the twi petition? being about 400. It is reporte? that Judge- Newman'? pet. ISOI et n t?iiied about 1800 name?, which in? rea?, may be doe to effort made after the pe till?os were inbmitted. If there existed any Intentional wron?, upon the pact of anyone in placing tin names upon the petitions of either Bp plissnt, the writer docs not know it.am has no reason to behave that it 0701 don? and the imputaiion of the author "I "More About the Jinlgchip." that the compilation of the petitions ef Mr. Tee euner is to be accounted for by the character of ?ome of the persons carrv mg the petitions appears a shameful Insult tathe integrity ef the pen, rylng ttie petitions. To trrercosse the difference of roil by traud wi?ulil mean '.hat not one hut many mint have joined in the conspirary charged. The respective friends of the appli? cant a ha-1 by' petitions undertaken to ascertain which of the two was preferred Judge Newman had expressed himself Wasting in Children can be overcome ?n almost all case: by the use of Scott's Emulsion oi Cod-Liver Oil and the Hyrjciphor. phites of Lime and Soda? while it is a scientific fact that cod-liver oil is the most digestible oil in ex? istence, in SCOTT'S EMULSION it is not only palatable, but it is already digested and made ready for immediate absorotion by the system. It is also combined with ft he hypophosphitcs, which supply a food not only for the tissues of the body, but for the bones and nerves, and will build up the child when its ordinary food does not supply proper nourishment. B< aura you ,?t SCOTT'S Fmulaion. Sas, thit th? man and full are on th? wrappar. All dnifjrrati ; sre. and li.oo. SCOTT S BOW NE, Ch.mlat?, N?w York. J SI not dcs'iring the po?ition unless the people of the county preferred him to hive the place. Hut when I reached r?fhinond, I was ?urpri.ed to find a re presentStlvS Of Judge Newman tlnrc working for the then inenmlieiit. In? formation was received by m'' ?hosing that tetters had been written In advance by Jt, Ige Newman to legislators, at? tempting to enlist their support, that person.?! visit, hail been mm'? to an ad? joining <"?iintr by him In which he se cured the lUppOft of one or more ?of the legislators. All thi? tvoa done before any petitn ns were prsssnted. Soon after the meeting of the legUlature, if not on the day of meeting, a repie-eilla Uve from Woodstock in the interest? of Judge Newman, was seen In the city at work for his choice. Tome It soon be* C tme evident that (OOM friend* ut Judge Newman only Intended to regsrl toe petitions in the event that they were favorable to the election of Judge New nun My li.in*? were to be tied, my mOOtk lo be clo-ed, until u UtSiorlty of th? member? of the Assembly might be pissed ander obligation to support Judge Newman, fleeing the movement I look part in th? eOUtSSt. i/atl I acted Sthsrwise, I ludiere then that the will of the majority SS shown by petitions would be defeated, unies? tlio-e pelil tisns should happen to show a majority for Judge Newman. In short judging the situation as it appeared to me then petitions wen i?, be treated ?- altogether rlgl.t if they were favorable to .Imlge Newman, ami sttogsther wrong if favorable n> theelectlonof Jfr.Tsveuner. Majority or minority, the lobbyist* let Judge Newman in Kfchmnud Proposed to elect the man of their chelee. A number of friends of Judge N'eu man were present In Richmond In hi? behalf. Among them, tws former Delegates, a former State Senator, were presen) in Blcbnond prssstogbant the Interests of Judge Newman, and doubtless every aigiuneiit wai used by them in bit be? half, but after * partial calling of tit roll In the Legislative Caucus, a friend of alitdaTe Newman asked that the non - Inatlon of Mr. Tsvennsr b?' mude nnanlmous,which wss accordingly deoea It Is pispar thai I should ?tat. that ?a the interview quoted, I made no such statement tsths Saftet that I had asade up my mind at to how I sbeuld vote, but positively refused to express my sell upon the matter oi Judgsship, except toesy thai there was a cofitesi In ?bensndosh. The intimation in the sit?ele ''Mute About the Jud?*?hip.' of a piedstsrmlna ti'in in my sonvsss to attempt i- ? for Mr. Tsvenner the Judgeslalp is siso utterly false, lie wss BUM then an ap? plicant, and did not become one until several dsy* after petition* were being circulated favorable to Judge N?wman. In conclusion, I Will -ay that It will be ?Sen that the author of "More About the Judgi-hip." after libeling th* petitioner*generally of Mr. Tsvenner, and two of then by name, after calum? niating th? psrty organization of ih* county, appeal II made for the law abid? ing ptople nf the country to bring to naught ih* "ulterior designs' of the people he describe*. It may be suggested to thst writer thst the peuple of the country are and have been supposed to control the affair* of the country, and thai no on?- man. he may rest assured, lita in ths palm of his hands th? destiniei of tliia people, and that it may I." ? fldaiuly hoped th* county of Shenan deah, notwithstanding the sad wail ol the author ol the article "More \ the Judgeshlp" will continue to h iv? Its place upen the map of Virginia. J. If. ItAL'sKKMA.f. Tlse < ?tilling it oniitii Who foe? to the chin while her hu-Hanu t. n.1- (lie baby, a? well a? the uo.nl old U?!ilulled woman who looks aller bat t.ouie, mil be troubled with loss et ap? petite, beadacb**, slaople*?***, fsintiog r .! ?ry ?pella. I In? meat ?oudaf fill remed? for the?* women |, K'.ctrio Bit (Mia. Tbonaand? of mil rer? from Lam? Hack and Weak gISaey? n-e up Bad sail it blessed. It la lit- Bie-dlQiM for women Fru?ale complaint? an I N t>. tronbla? of all kind? are *ooii relieved by ths use u( Klectiic Bittet?. Peiicit- weiiii i, should keep tin* remedy mi band to balle up the system. Only 60S. per bottle. Kor ?ale bj H Schmitt. EDINBURG NEWS. The Visse? alli?es ?i Hascretowa, ?lu have lie?n spei.iling a taw ?auk? here, retornad horn? un Monday. Mr? ?tn hey Stesebsrssi is making an ?Steaded unit to b*r ptrinti in Wait v rglsia I a**a* Mar, Ho?bnut ?a I Usai* Wiley, ni Ud tlaiOvk, sp?ul Suudai with M'e? l.?u Knltl.ebergair. I'll? bml ef Gjp, ??? pn-e.l tbrutigh loan oo Tii??ilar, sud cauied quite au rIC 11 lilt at. Mi-? Qsergie Cuabing i? vtsitiae th?. lanilla n' Ur. Robert LaSIS, Mr.. K liocca Linn who lia? bstl s ? light attack of pneu mull is, I* imprm i n ar. Mia. Allan K.tu, of Roanok?, ?m ha? bass apeadisg seats tlase here, reivmed ? cine tin? ?.aek. I hi anent of Herman tTIi? was in lown tlli? Week. Guy Manu nf Laurel Hill i? her? ?t ?. nding l'r..| Holt?!', ?obool. Mit? Mtaeabeo, ni Kroal Kuyal h vi?,ting Un. Helen Wimen Mr. Sti'tWr of tae f. B. Church, ha? been lu>,.li?? protr*?teil meeting tier* f r the past week, be ia a,?iaie.l in Mi. Laareaee, oi the Tom'? li.?ok circuit, both bare delivered lirong Bad Istetes*. ?an man?. Dental Notice. Dr. T. f. L?cke will u? in K.llsburg ?u Thiirailaj, dan. SOtb, ami remain oa? daj K.1.1.n next to Jo-wpb Holl*ui*u'a. i.u-vo r..?.. fa-av sir*? reaaa. (liatvntaaaail toleren hli.il IBM, tr.akM weak ? ?? ?aroas. ?:?aa<l cur?. **?. tl Ailrlruxc.au. JADWYN ITEMS. People are generally well in tbia ?ec tiun ul oar glurloo? county. .Vfi. and Mr? J. r\ lls.iaei.rt irk made a tli in?: Hip tu Oiainlo last week to Mr* Haaiei.tl uek's parents. A young in ii of ;ln? plate went d?er hunting on? ev.ninii l?,t week ami liMI a pair of gasa ovar sbeea, He th: .L? k? lost tneiu ?oath ut Jadwyu* Mr. Will Kaller of Orando, wa? the gSBBt of Jinan? Hau,?Uli ick lest Mou ?lav iiigLl. Seven: .voaae men of near thia p'aoe eareoetpeteblag ib th* u?i|?lii>iirbuo-l ol Si Luke (lining tb* ImlnUy? and une lo.t a ?hite ?dove with a red band a-oiind the wtiat. Tb? ?u der will u* lili,rally rewar.1?d by notifying or re tSISiOg tb? glove t? the ?t?re at Jaawvn Mi?se? Liiloi* Uauieraian Bailie Santa and Jennie lr'i??iau were the guests of Mr*. WillisBi Ooul last Monday. Tb? I'liil Iren? Aid Society will m**t ocxt Friday night. A Reader. Tried Friends Best. Forthirty yearsTutts Pills have proven a blessing to the invalid. Are truly the sick man's friend. A Known Fact For bilious headache, dyspepsia sour stomach, malaria.constipa tion and all kindred diseases. TUTT'5 Liver PILLS AN ABSOLUTF. CURE. Buggy Repairs Wheels,Springt, Spindles, Pals, Shaft?, Sids Ban, Tirs?, Cushion?, Tops, a snd all baggy repaire eunitantly on hand. If MS w?Dl yoar bnggy repaired ia the ti??t m?rn?r sad at r ???onabl? srlc**, ?all oo Cbarl** Pogal. Jan. 14th 1 yr. Woediteek, V* JAN U ARY 15, 1808. ^^Horsey and Atwellc^: Will commence their annual Midwinter Sale of Clothing for men and boys Over Coats, all kinds, all prices. Suits all kind*, all prices. Ererything a man or boy wears can be found at their stores that are late and up-to-date. Their Loss is YOUR GAIN. Merchant Tailor Work a specialty. Wedding outfits always on hand. They guarantee what they sell as rep? resented or money refunded. One Price to all. Call and get a Bargain in a Winter suit or an Over coat for a man or Boy Mvmj ma ?twQi?) Woodstock. Va., and Winchester, Va ? Bf J?'-aV,. ?tt A Wiiniii rfu 1 lllacovrri', The lavar .p.ari.-r of i e? nturj many wonderful diseoveric* in n bul ?'jiie tliat liav.. accomplished more f..f hiiinsjiiiy ihan tli?t Merlin] u Iron Bitten. It.nu to contai* i -?! health, and n. iihel ?as, vornan or fi.iii ean i.ik. it d?ri?iug the grcavtva,; b*Sl fit. for aale l.y all dealori rowell'e Fort News. Mr. Zs?!i Taylor bsa i ut a m w roof un oar atliuol bua*e. Lait ?SQiidav Mrs Snssi Ships'* hours ?h d??ir.iio.i iiv fit?. Nearly ail ?he kad ? ?, baiBSd Sltb her Lome, and she ssvetl tiou? of ber clothing ixoepi ?bal lie had ..ti at ( til? tune. A? ?he h ?a! no -.?.: asea her !o.? ii total. Mu. E. K. South ha* basa saftering ?ruh pi.?tin.iiiii? and level, hnt i? Im? proving, under the ttealtnei.l of Ilr. Hisey Shi- h s? li?eu very ill. Oar people be?..' all storeii ibslr lea tkahkiog mat Iba r>-?-?-nt fr?. ze uigbl be their la*t. l.ai.ij n I, a ia ter, Oar ?old -aleta??!., Mr Howard 0?|. ladar. ipeel ? nmht it Croa* Road? re esei?f with L chiner 4 Bra oo ? l"be ilili. M ii. Hinke isa I een v.tj ill. O.ir tioop pel. tu a? h . who owe .earcely bm| lead, bara bso'ad about a dollars ?orlb of pole? to market. Son* .if larin dun't own a |jo? . f au I N ? . where did the; g*t tb lilt We ?. tor ?o ne on? Ui tell n? through the ?oiuinii, ef th? Herald what is tu? dit faeeee* between getting hoop peles in lb ia w?; and harvesting wh??t mit of i.ooe one? grauer y belweeu la i dST* Mr. Jcbn liuiaer, o*e ..four forsBBOSl wagon*?'?, wqu ha? bien hiiuliu? Iiiuilier, bark, Ac , h?, ?topped that bu?itie??, au 1 haa beeu HBlillli?'filtl air o?? Iba Btoaa i.na duriug the holiday?. Little Putt. ?1! Colds are Talatoa. All Cuida ?re tainted with Urip wntu Grip preval?a '77* break? up Crip ami I t'-olds that 'han ? on' Sue a I drags lets, 1898. THE SUN. 1898. IUl TIM. ?s. M B Tss farsa Of th? P?.ri.? KlIRTBI I'lllfl.? AM? WITH TNB Paon.B II.NSfcr t? MtiTivi. Va.Ht.r..-? in BlFBBBSIOS SOCBD I? 1'KIN' ii-i ? I'lSWlHTisi, is ii? At bBOIABCBTS Huiiir TsaoRtSS \y\t Hn.iir PbaCTK i Thai ?un I'u!,i.he? all the Kew? all tb? TtBte, but It doea oot allow It* colurs ? degraded ti; mi. lean, ?minorai or purely ?a>u,?tiuii?l m Ut. i. Oditortally, les Sua '>' ,h' constatant ?u.l tiiiehanfc-m? .?harapina and defeii'l*! I lar right? against politic?! machine* sod nu. if sveti cbarecter. Independent tuaii thing-?, iitreme in none. It t? fur |??.M law?, a-.xi.l g-overiinieiit and good order. H y mail fifty Cent? a month, Mi 1 a/. year. Toe Baltimore "Weekly Sun. _ i Ih? Weekly Sun putilishe? all the new? of each week, glvi?* coiii|ilete sec.unit? of all event*of lntere*tthroughout the world. As an Agricultural paper it..- Weekly Sun Uun I surpassed. It I? edited bywnteieot practical exp?rience, who know What farmitiK mean* and what flintier, want in an ?ari.niinr.il Journal. It contain* rotular report* of lb* ?ork of the Agricultural experiment ?tarn, n* tbi'oushoiit tin- country, ?d the proceeding* of farmers'clubl*ad initlttite?, au?l the. du euaaioa of tieur metho.li and idea, in arri eultnr*. It? Markets Reports, Poultry ii> l?njneiit and Veterinary column me partlcn larly valuaba* to country reader?. Kiery i? ?ne contain? .-tori.?.. Poems, Household and Puule columns, a variety of interacting and Instructive ?eieiie.l nutter and other feature* which make H ? welcome viiltor in city and country home? ?like. llar a year, Inducement? to getter* OP Of Club* for the Weekly 0uD, B"th th.? lially and Weekly r>un mal ? ! fue of poetasre in the United State* camtd* and Meaioo pavuionta Invariably lu adiance. Address A.M. A1IBI.I. Company. Pubbaher? and rroprtetOSS, Ra???,no?aa. Ml. M A RKET? Woosstocb, T* J?n. 13 1S9?. Wh*at.? Cora. */?. Ost*. Bmsb (seBBtry) bast*. ? lal?? ???* ?h?nld?r? lasrd. ?asear.?. CTn**a**(*??). " (Teessg). FaUtoea, a?w. Live SJtoek M ark* ta Bai.timonb. Jan Swine?the arrival? thia wrek 16,M3 bead. I be teceiali are hisvier thi? week, exeeedisg tho?e of Isit weak av*r 3.00J bead 1 ride ia alow, sad vslii?? ? ?had? es,1er. flood ti erbt far wMtera hog? ??II ?t |l,*0af4 10; tbo*? fret* nlh?r paint?. 3 '?"6?:t IK), light pig-, H "Oatl SS, ?nd rough?, -i .'.O.S'l 00 pir ltx) lb? iir??? Hh??p sad LaraU?The msrket I* week tor tbesp and lam)?*, and value, a ?bade Basis*, fosita?! t? fair ?h?ep, T'.> In HO lln ?all at lii?:i|, fair to good. SO to 100 IW?, 4o ?nd ?xir? (wetber?1, 4, i4t.? pet |M II?* git SS. C*mtu*? to fair lamb*, 50 to 75 lb?, .ri??'??, good to eilr* S|o Calves?Ve?U are in |feirl.v good de? mand, tbo?* weighing from 90 to 100 lt>a gre?e, aa to condition aad quality, ?If fi,.-. land ?itr?, ?Ho, rough?, 3 S0?|6 00 pet head. i? I? II - IS ? I s m. were P. L. Yates ? Son liavejust reoeiveil their lull ?Stock of ^FALL G00D5.^ Ibe cheapest lias of Ladies'Dress ever s(?>p**'i han ?sd beautiful style in every color sod trimming, ia vslvst en j lilk. I\s latest nove ?ti?-" ib all colon Gimps from 5 be 15 cts. per yaH Best quality Fall Trim? of the late;* stylos. Brotvo ami Blaocbed C ites lioiii ") e?-iit* up, ciioapwr than was ever offered here. Ladie? and Cantlemen'sShoes, the lurgeat Hue aud lor less m mey than thev have ever been told. A I full line ol I'u,lei-wear for ladies aod sjaatleinea liadLas Vest st?J ait*/ each as food si lias been bought fur 50 cts. Ws cSref tee Ma'*??*.* (??t*i"t at 50 cts., the Armors Me. every one warrastsd. ii v??b Sad say fault witL it. come back ami get your money. A large litie ol RBADYnADE CLOTHING, for sjeotlstoeD and boys and children, afane salts 18.75 up. Bors T t 0, Children's $1,00 to .ROO. Thesesaiuare ti-oo $1,00 to?iW less thsn lastssaaon. Overcoats to fit anyl .'? ihe lswsst piice. A Beautiful Line of SHIRTS and Ties *>i" ?11 kiuda*. Having bought our Ladies' Cloaks & Capes, tlirsct from Factory, we cas sell thsn lower than ths row?it. ROUNDTREE'S ROLLER TRAY TRUNKS. BtaJ" F?'e eon please joe in qaslit/and pri m yar chasiug. Sept. tD-taUO. Do you Want to Get Married ? 1? so, go to the SlepI^ensor\ Furniture Co., and examine their line of Furniture, Carpets, RUGS, CHAIRS, and everything necessary to go to house keeping. ^NOTIONS AT COST^ and furniture at prices that defy competition. Before you buy call at Th? Stsph^n-on Furnitur? Co., Court Street, near HERALD office. ?oar. ".?-it Woodstock, Va A/gsnts for Th? Crawford Bioyols. ?O.OO Keward. r-> S rWV^m ?** av : r?r three catll? that ?trayaa rrorn lb? IwiM Sarl i a*- afl j ?. m a??,?ut?io on tb? lia? ??f Virginia ?t.i! aril? /^W J/9J, * %4m w? **?" ??"? n*,l"!* aerih of Liberty ***** I?y^i^T^rFmuf ?fstsf etajsa*. Furnac?. Oe? oow, wblto and red apot ".. m '** ^^^*^^**-; M with ?raasplv baraa, and a place oft Wedding Invitation?. 1#Jtl|*?,u ?** 8h,?h*u " b*"on w?t" Orinted, On ihort notice. Ou* 1 year old **eer and oo? 1 ye*r ,?l?l Y '_ heifer. I'l>ek't/?r lea e*'* red with a At thia Office. few whltWipol?. ana tb? iBann bin? rosa. Both hsv? a pisos of tbs left SOT. Flaear will reerlve reward by notifjiug To Cmr? CowMieaitoa Vaar???w. j*|(j. 8. PKEK. Tak? rjav?o?r?U Canfly Oathartia lUsorOaS. ifaDD. fa, ItCC.afalt?*??~.dr?Wl?ur?h?a?a?s?e*y I ?* **?""