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hR.DA> v; 8 ?4 f..timan Ca.h'r TheShenandoah County Bank Re-Organlsed 18*8. - ? "uited. ? Discount Este _ , V 1,, Merchants and Farmers' Bank, i K.VlBOltslA. :tor*i W.M..?k* ... jt^j-ACsaaaA?. A?-*, ntootUttoM ? _-2. QENEKAL UK'A?. NEWS. - t Bora a ?<??.' B Barro .. thick Bargelt' iVere,! in furniture 1 Tbs '?? Pmbytery V.?i.. April -il. ? i ;t' 1?.\ A ill havi t ' ;i':l-.'.-.l lili' W.O. Han..n. . i ira will I1i:i:\ii> office, m . I Virj i flour. It i t Bio. ! !?? fore the |i will bv Specialist on the ? ? ? fflca ' ruislieil. ? ladies1 newest ?. i ?h 11 s. at ? & B vi 1 known finit . . ? : ? trae? ib ?ti. ppolntcd . . f i 'aptaln on ..f the 2nd 1?. ?aten?is, ? roler tray omnetition. Monday. ' ? aiu' ilion atol :'. .v ?- Little , cure con ami livei ? - ' .-? time In Havanna . . i absente. - ? Ivance i bul wo s ? i, ;i pounds W. u. Barron. a K?t)*jratiO? A loi pli Fisti^r, rf . s lb bj ti-ing ? KM of Da" ?.-?. L R Ii?in. , "f to? ut-, a Whit'1 P,.!. PaAvai & Sos. ? ? froni.s 'nine ?.ni flieaji Vati's A- Son. s announce the death at jiiartsrs, on Satur - - al M - Lney c. k. nils el Rev. A. L. B?.li?k. It i? . great leap trom the old fashion ?d dose? of blne-maas and m?' - pb>aica to ihe p ? I nill' known BsDaWitl'a Little F.aily Riser. Tbo> enr? con ?tipa? i on, ?ick headache ami billon.nesa. I. R Irwin. yon i,,m* tu town court-tiny ? fail to -*?.? J. I?. B"- ? display of buggies, s.irrio?. pliaoton-. Ac. at their warernoni? near the depot. The Slionamloali t'atnpof Confederate V*etararas al theii meeting, last - day del not tender tlu-ir servi, i President McKinley. They had N taffy of that kind oa hand. ChildrsB like it, it ?ave tbeir lires. %?? meaa Oaa Minute Cough Cnre, the in? fallible remedy tor cotigb?, cold?, oronp. broDoliitt?, gripo?, and all throat ?ad lang treoblM. L K Irwin. Don't Ibrget tlml Yutes??: S..n lca.l in the price t>f trade. We will look tin ;, mi Monday, with your eggs, bntt i. lard, bacon, coin am! assayasa. Mr. fi, B. Bruns, the horse buyer will bu hero next Monday for the purpose of ? ear load of boises. Oar people know Mr Brans sud those who ileslre to sell horses should have them here mi Monday, Court dry. If you don't believe that I can sell you furniture lower than other furniture house, call and be convinced. t.. K. Frevel. Prof. ' ? iitz, an educator of hi.'li Handing, especially iu Virginia where lie wss widely and favorably known, died at his residence in Stauuton last we cars. Men's overalls, shirts and heavy shoi's at prices that will lurpril F. s. Bowman A- Bro, Mr. R. W. Bnrtsneld, our Court street ll tailor, is building up a line trade. He lias been compelled to ?in our tailor in addition to the female help he has been having for some time. Qet a good plate ef fins fro-h oystsr ai i.ee Bargelt's court day,It may be your la?t chance this lesson. We will pay the highest juices for butter and eggs, court day. 1". S. Bowman A Bra The cold weather that we had Wen having for some days, resulted in a ?now Tue-.lay morning. Reports from dif? ferent sections of the eonnty claim that the early fruit, such a-peaches, cberriei, I .. it badly Injured if not totally destroyed, while soiaepersons who have examine . ? port the ap] bally huit. -. cigarettes and tobacco at Leo I as tin- best, better tliau some ami a? cheap a- good goods can be - Ali kimls of fencing wire and poul? try netting on hand al low prices at F, S. Bowman -t Bro. Mr. Lather A. Kieffer, age 1 SI years, ? rol .1 line 8. Eelfer, the well p iblislicr, of Dayton, Buckingham county, Va.. -? i fatl o a In the above D Wednesday, oils I utter an il foi lytwo days. <'. W, Newton at the Bakery will bave all kindsol alee snacks and lunches lor court ?lay next Monday. Millinery will ! for In will eml ? ni Hats, Prici - cut to tin.' very lov P.J.Fbati l&S s ? - who prefer hauling fertilizers from Siaurertown can get it there t>ow,as id bas just basa received at that point. J. II. Beyer A Son ?ml ?t ?Mi and north-west wind prevail in ex .ni.I "it water in metal ??r in inch thick. From all the total des We hope that iry may not be as great as now We have another lot of t; cenflinen bosom shirt* on hand. It' you want the biggest bargain on earth, call in Monday, court day. Vale? A; Son. Remember if you want (.uppers, -hoe? and boots. I am telling the -ame al and OSt. W, ('. Barioii. Are you troubled With Cough, have tickling in your throat, I? there pain or congestion about yeur clio-t or sides, any hoarsness or 'liilicuit breathing! all these are symptoms aad fort-rut leus trouble. Avoid it in time and ward it off by taking the Sock and Bye Compound, h truly valuable medi? cino fer . - ? i omplaints, Sold by Ki>. Maorudbb. y'a i A toba Bargelta im 10 rent? a 12 inch plug. Guaranteed tn be sound. This will not last ion? and there will lie no more at this price. Ws are Informed tlmt We-t Hosliour, B well known resident ol Woodstock, be? earns so angry while talking over the war question anil the cruelty of the Spanish in Cuba, one rilfbt recently, that he went home.ami as toon BS it was light enaugh to?*? the next morning went out and ?hot the only three Slack .Span? ish chickens he had on the place. He said he was bonnd to have it out with the bated Bpaniah in soma way. M. L. Yoci-.tci, Ctinerui. Pa., i.ivs a lUft'orer for ten years, trying must all liads Ot pile teuiedie?, lint without sue ?t-sa. DeWltt'e Wlleh HaZf! Salt? was i. .'"iii'iit i iirtl to m? I Bead one box. Ii ??u a oertoaoenl care. ' As ? per eare tor piles D.Witt'i Ha?e.; i- u.. eqaal. Fine syrnp and molasssi 10 to 3"i cts. formerly 30 ami 8O0 per gallon, lay In vaur-upuiv. W < . Barren. We have received the first Dumber ol I, It is a haii'l ?omelyprinted sheet, full ??flive, up t<> date matter. It Is a credit to the men at i:? head as well is to the Rood city ol Staunton. This new venture should meet with a full to running o^er measure -- for it fully deserves it. We don't know any of the stall, hut we uiv not afraid to bet dollars to doughnuts thai some <>f them know up wat da of s good deal about getting oui a first class new ?paper. A little Ley ??wed for a battle of'get In tbamoioiBg as fa?! ?s job can,' ?be i i i? hmi ?hold name |0I DeWitt'. Little Early Risers,' and gave him a bottle of those faatoai mil? ?ill? for constu'ition, ??ok baadashe liver and stomacli trouilles. L R Irwin Wo learn that Mr. 11. L. BUSBOBg la gattlngln the lumber te build bi- new * , unlry at this place, lb already has the premise ol b large amount ol work froia thoYa'ley enmities. IU ex .. put up a large building and trithall th.- -aodern rnaehinery ami improvements of a llBt-CUUS, up to date laundry. It will be In charge of a thoroughly eompeUnl and experienced . war. but ail the other ampler? will be sotten here at heme. tiered work BhtrtaSOe par pair. fine unlaondered white shirts real good quality only 7."n' per pair, laundered ?hiit? ''"? psi pair and upwards. vT, ('. Rarroa. Two year? agi R J. Warren, a dr?g gi.t at fieasant Rnxk.N T, bought a ?mall ?apply of Chamberlain'? Cough Reineily. He ?ntn? np th? re?iilt a? f?l losr?: 'At that time tie good? were an knSSD in ttii? section; today Chainber latli'S Cough Remedy is a lionsebi-lrt ? word.' It is the, ?a'ii? lo hnndr<-da of i cornranuitle?. Wbcr.rer the good qualities ; of Chamberlain'? Cough Remedy become ' a Down the people will bave nothing ?l?a. for aaU by L. R. Irwin. I F. S. Bowman of the firm of F. S, Bowman A Bio. will start for tha Ea.t era markets on Tuesday, April 12th, to use thtir usual large itock of sprint goods, Bpecla' or era solicited for any elsss "f g ??i !-. the g eatest care given i" seleetiona. Stone jars ?nil eroe'sa 5c per gallon, Palmetto fibre hone biuihei and ?crub hru?he? at half price, gaaalas bristle eonntar brushes, whit? wa?h hrmhe.? froai tie up. fT. 0. Barron. We received last week an obituary notice of sn old Isdy, wbo had died in tiiis ('?unity. The party who wrote the notice failed to cive the name of the deceased. This will acoonnt for it not being published. Il'lien you are looking for furniture. ?ml after getting other prices call and h-t mi- price ?ame to you ami ?ee who can do the best G. B. Frevel. 'I'he inoiiiiinent to the Confederate Boldten who fell in the battle at New Market, will soon In- in position in St. Matin-w's grave yard In that place. It is toba ?liivf?fl In May with appropriate und Interesting ceremonies. An im? mense crowd is expected to be present. A number ?f Confederate Veteran CanstV military csinpaniu? ami ths Cadet?, of th? Virginia Military Institute will be on hand. Ttioiiaands ot snflerers froro grippe 'm\e been restore! to health by One Minute CaagB Cure. It quickly curt-s eoagb., cold?, .broBshitht, paeaatoria, grippa, asthma ami all thro.it ?ml lang ibsea-es. L. R. Irwio. Col J. K. IMin.'ii'l.oii, of Lexington. died at his heme there, on Thnrsday, of la-t week, of Rrijrlits disease, aged M year-. He wa? clerk and Judge of hll county cour! for many years. He wa- a IrOM BOS of tbe BeOth and served with great gallantry through the war. being the last colonel of that noble band of heroes, the Twenty-seventh Virginia Regiment, of stonewall Brigade, Ladies' shot's, gents' shoes, chil? dren's shoes, simes for everybody. We can tit you and the prices are all right. Yates A Son. Il you want to kn m why W . ly t>f its girls, Jnst take a good look at the many lovely faces among the young girls as they are going* to or returning from tbe Qraded and li . of the town. it,. I'm 1 s tingle one among them tbal i$ not down riL'ht pretty, while ' them arc just beautiful. A fall if saddle! oow 'q hand and will be rol 1 at low pri - and latisfy your* ' J. A. i Mr, -1 rlarrisonbarg, a few days ago purchased the fine farm of the late Samuel H. Myers, lying on the I ?h River between Timberville and New Market. The farm com] scrn,much of ll rlvei '"'t' m,an I u it a lar-'o brick resilience and all the .?;,- out baildiags, The pi ? . $16,000. One pound nice mixed tea -JV. wash boards lile a piece, Rockinghsm tea pots 10 to 16c, lamp chimneys4c W. C. Barron. The Rev. W H. Weaver, paitor of the U B. Church, Dl'lahurg, Pa., rerogiiiies the value of ChamberUn'? Ooagh Rem* edy. and dee? not hesitate to tell oilier? ..bout it. 'I bare used Chamberlain'? Con^h Remedy, ' h? ?a- ?, 'ami Bad It BB ?xcelleBt midii ine for colds, eo'ijilis and hoarienesi.' 80 dees Bvarjons who gives it a trisl. Bald by L R. Irwin. Our large loi of mattings arc mov? ing ont rapidly, any one wishing to secure great bargains in this line will ? lo well to call at ??ncc on F, S. Bowman ?t Bro. uth m ? liter -ay? a man ?elf in trouble by marrying two wives. rn editor replied that many had done the same U marrying oue. A northern editor says Ite a number of acquaintances found trouble through barely promising to man; lag any further. A southern editor rises to s?\, a : his WSS I when he was ?imply found in company with s man's wife. Mr? A. IiiTeen, real ling a' "it H?urr ?l , Altoo, III., ?titlVed with ?ciatiu rhenmatKc. for over .ight ?BiSths. Bbe doctorad lor it'nearly th? w?nl.) of tbi? mu*, tolng Tariini, i?iueilie, recounnen 1 r<i I,? frlaade, and *n treated hy tic nhyiiolans. bot r?o*ived ao rslief. Sk? then n?ed one and a halt Battles of Chatiib?rlaiD'? Pain Balm, which ?-fleeted a c.'iipl?'. eure. Tbi. n publish. I at her reqseit, a* she want, others liatllarl) ? rthcteS to know what cared h*r. TBS 9a and t>0 cant liSM for sal- by L. R. Irwiu. Mr. Milton Oopj.> was painfully hurt while driving from his home to town on Holiday. The front axle of his Sugg] became uncoupled anil lie was thrown out in front, striking his face on the axle aii'l receiving very painful injurie?. At first it w?> feare'l his boss was broken, hut this proved not tobe the ease; and Mr. t'opp waaable to goto Baltimore that evening with ? load of stock. The farmer, the mechanic and th? liiler are liald? to BnesposUd cits and brin-es. DsWiU's Witch Hsz 1 S live Is the belt thing to keep on bead. lit heal? quickly, ?ml is ? weil known cure fur piles. I. R J.win, The people of Hani-onburg wire shocked on Menday by the suicide of Timlin?- Orimm, a ?veil known and popu? lar lewelar of that place. The unfortu? nate man took In- own life by blowing out his brain- with a pistol. He placed the muzzle of the weapon in his month andpullel the trigger. Death must bave been Instantaneous The ?but misheard by B man who wa- passing along the street, and who found Mr. Grimm lying on the floor. Mr. Grimm was a native of Winchester, where be married ? Misa I nan, who, with her children, was vi-it Ing her parents in that city, at the tini ? of her kilobaud's tragic death. The con? tinued ill health of hi- family || supposed to have broken down bis nervoii- -v-, tein, ami iu a moment ol despondency and probable temporary alteration ot I mind it i- -'ipp.i-i'i lur i.imitted the terrible set. THORNS TOSIT UPON. Manv people gather th..un by failing tu beeil the ?raining ?eet ont by dwsSsd ktdaays seated tsagss patakti ?kin feverish?????dull dragging pain?gea eral teeling of weariness?il suie evi. dense of kidney and bladder trouble. Take Utah K.dne; Beau? at o- c?i? they will i;?re yon -Ihey have cured thousands of.other? TllK TuRNKR? Of l'un A iiK.i I'liu make litati Kidney Beat.? nunel?, County Clerk ..I lllrkmun County. Kcnturky. t eet I Acs, thai lie ?utT.r.-.i for vi'?rs with horrible pains in i ki'lmi- and blmlilit wiu treatnl by many in? ll'i.y gave hlin i s.. tli.t lie roiild hardly stand ?lone I'tah Kidney Baauia, lir ?ny?. .-..ini.;. He lilii'lly r>Toiiui-i'iels them t?. nil lu i MUT. Druggist, tWoodst<S k, Agent. Turner?'Little I.IverTBrnrrs i pill. Turns your liver. A true lave ??.I. i .liuner pill. PERSONAL. Mr. Arthur Boyer, ol Baltimore. Il a ? his parents home in ibis pis Mr. J. C. Vsn Pelt, the noted sinner is stbishomson soatfa Uuhlenburg St, Mr. !.. C. Knii al? y, who has is Improving. Mr. Letch Burner, who had been quite complaining I Mr?. Bev, .1.1?. Campbell la recovering ? Jai II. Willi'?' leriously ill t ?? We are triad to -ay thai he is mach improved to pi Dr. J, L, Campbell, m fee, has sullieientlv recovered to resume "iico of Ins profession. Mrs. T. B. Blchey Is now visiting her brother. Mr. Win. Dnvall. of New York. MISS Qopklns.ol Charles Town and Mis? Atkiusen,of Winchester are visiting Dr. Stephens,>n and family. Dr. P. D. Stephen son ha- recovered siiiiicientiy to ensbls him to fill bia pui-j pii again. Hon. Hobt. II. Turner, late Judge "f mis circuit, was In w.Utock,lasl Mon? day. Mr. Mark Stephsnson, who ha? been tjulte ??i-k. for wveral weeks, ii now Im? proving, Mr. J. X. Bren unen. Chairman of the Ihsnaudoah County Democrat,? I tans mitt?te was la town tins week. Rev. VT. 0.Campbell, who has been here for ?..m" days, returned to Staun ton. Saturday. Mr. T. B. Riehey, our popular merchant, is in Baltimore this week, aliases Elsia and .May Payne, of Mt. Jackson, are visiting at the Geary House this wiek. Mr. Ed. Conrad, <>f Harrisonburg and A. ('. Stickley of Strasburg were among the lawyer? here si tl. ?it'tho Circuit Court. Mi?- Kale White i- visiting Mr. .1?.-. M. Bauserman and tamlly, on north lfulileiibnrg street. Cards are out for the marriageol Mr. Barry Ramey.ol Ihia place, and Misa Fanny Rlnker, of Strasburg, the 30th, of April. Mr*. Dr. T. F. Locke, of north Main street, returned Monday from a visit t.. relatives in Jefferson county, W. Va. Mrs. VT. (?. Campbell, who ipent several weeks with her relatives here, led Monday to 'y iu tier hush ? Staunton. Messrs O'l I Front Boyal, Ko!?i. Barton Holme? Boyd an 1 Jno. J. Williams, of Winchester, Bsnnick, of Xew Market. Walker and Triplett, of 1/t. Jackson hava beeii in Woodiioek, a hile the clreiilt court was lu -I'? ll. Wayt Weast, nephew ol Mrs. J. Shockey, who was c ills I horns l>y tele? gram announcing the death ol lila mother, ... o returned to ksI.I at tli where teacher and scholars welcome h? i in once mu?.' among their number FATAL ACCIDENT. A? Mr. Wade Peme. accompanied by -'?nie and M daugh? ten of Mr. < lharlei B. Fence, wi Ing fioin preaching at Liberty school Douas, near Qulcksburg to their h ime a sbort distance up the creek, the horse was frightened by a dog lying In the road. The occupant! were all thrown outoftbs buggy and MU* V ttl< Pence, s bsautlful .ml ?.f-JI year? of . || ?ntly killed. '.. was broken by the fall. Thi-? ?ad at cident caused s feeling of and ol tbe deepest sympathy f"i the atfticted f.uii'.y. Mr WadePence'i bead Sril -evilly cut. bul hil injury WBI not coiili lerc'l lerlOU!, Mill Matte Pane ? i with a levere -bock. ?T?TF. or 'lut.. Ci 11 ..r Pol at">. / ,, l.t ? la C 'M v. PBask J Cnsanr makes oaib th?a be la the BBBtor partner ?.f lbs fires ol K I CbsBoy .V Co., ?-blink' the Cll ot Tolsdo, Cniiii'v and Ktats aforesaid, and lint Bald hrn. wll pay the sun. .'I .INK HUNDBBD i>0 .LAS?] tot sac andsvsrycas*ofCatsbbh that bbbboi ; by i?? Beast H ci''. Catarrh Cure. FRANK .1 CBEltBT 8worn tn belore a bed in aay nreeenos, this 6th day ?>t Deosmbsr, A. ? IBM i?-?-?-> a. ay. GLKASOff, ] ISSL t ^-.-s- ) .\<ililra/ ['ublir. Hall's C.tarrh Cora Is taken tatet sally. and acts direftly ..n i be blood and u u saassarfaoB? al tbs system. Mend 'or leatiui'Uliais fr.e. K. I. CHENEY ? CO, TolBdO, O. S ild hr Urngglaeta . i ? Bill'? Fana is Pill? are the boat. DEATH OF J. F. DIFFENBACHER. Mi. .1 r. DiSenbacherdled al Dlxmonl hospital, Pitt burg on last Friday, April 1st. He ii? well remembered by many of our older Inhabitant-, be being a -ou of Rev. Dlffeabaeher who had charge of tbe Reformed Congregation in this place. After tbe death of his lather, Mr. Dlffen bacber'i mother returned tn this pine. whore ?ho educated her children, Mr. Diffenbacbsr had smasssd consldarable property Notwithstanding heavy losses, Us estate is said lobe worth |40,| decea-ed is survived by hi- mother, wife. and two brothers, Rev. K. II. Diffen? bacbsr, of Columbia county, l'a., and Rev. C. R. Diffoubscher, pastor ol the First Bsformed church ot G eensburg. Clothing, Clothing. ('nine in court day and let as sell you a suit. Large or small, we can tit, you. if they are not as represented, yon know where to find us, t?> do your kicking. We will he with you siway* Vates A SOU. Mr. .1. L. Boyer, osa of the well known salesmen of the Una of ?'. I '. B S'.n, will reprssenl the Champaos Ma? chine Co., the com in this territory for the sals of their celebrated M Ih' will the trade tic best Machina the company ever built, equipped with roller -. which alona with its well known durability an.I stmpUcitj ? for knadliag ail conditions of train Mtisfss t orthj < t the doe con ijdsrstl purchase of a rnachlne this A roll supply of these suchlsss and r' .lairs on has the obi .11.1 any i one wanting either machine or repairs ' Will call OB t |."1 ?.arty. ] Governor Tyler has now on tile loo application- (ST pal.loi,sol pel-Olls I10W in the penitentiary. Uoyal make? the tood pure, whi.lrsi.ni? and dclleleu*. m& ?OVeJ POWDER Absolutely Pure ROTAI BAKIN* POWOiH CO., ?-P* von*. I . know that our officers Bg to make it bot for the boys who rob birds' neat. A Bomber of ?mall white ami coloredboyi have been at this m;an work for determined that it ihaU be stopped, Any bay who r"bs a birds nest will bo cer i to Jail for thirty days. They will certainly be caught, and then they will get it hot. I ' [ jTenneys ^Peanut Brittle [ ?and ?i > ?Cocoarilit Crisp I, it i? put ap only in one poun 1 9 ;'ii Ti nnej '-c printed oa every per. This is an elegant tatty i? an 1 the makers name is 11 qaarantes for its purity. It > i sella at the moderate i ; JA tresne I mpply of this elegant tatty \ iUSt : Don't accept goods ?ail tot be |ust Woodstock oaly by Loe Bar gelt, ? : : ? ?y ;; u M. One minute Coug?i Cure, cures. That I? what It ?vas ataSe loir. Canning Factory Here. IIkuiii.ii bai here. M Baltimore ? 111 put in operation in W ? 'rot, a very suita "t" this kind. : ? and the ma? chinery and appliance- amplj - ? amount of goods. They ? - and fruits, bul will probably ?urn their attention this season lo Ihe ?? ;:i_' !" Mi- dec Our landowners shoald stand by this en much to them. Here m tiinl a ready market for all their and much of their They should I heartily with t!; terprising gentlemen - ?rod to le. It i* lishment can be kept in operation, and thus dis? tribute " DlOng "Ur p. i by the ?ale of I ander the name "i W, M. Boyer. K<iu?s?t? T?s,r niswM. w:?n, faenar??? ????-y ? i anal ?ai ??? fore? *r ?i I rr.ae? DILBECK LETTER. \ . one has baea wrtttnsT yen fr"in this piare I will try to gtveyou onrnews. The tonnera are poshing ahead for spring crops. H'e hale the best prospect f??r a good wheat crop that we haye had for years, \\'e an- afsatd the recen! liast has killed the peach crop. Early gardening has had another sel back. Mr. D.W. Clem, of this place, in.t with a painful accident recently. While he ami Mr. c. M. Qolladay were ingaged In sa ?ring shingles, hs had the saisJor tune to saw offths thumb of hit Issfl band at th? lecoad joint. Dr. Shaver wss called by phone bul 'could m>t eome lor thirty-els boars! j When be arrived he amputated lln wounded member with hli usual skill. and Mr. Clsrfl ?siloing well. Mr-. Tobias Clem, wlioliasbseti very pool ly for seme time, is llowty improv? ing. Mr. .1. W. P. Brown and two tlatigh isra, of Carmel, were rlstttng bis father, W. N- Btwwn, of Dllbeck. ] Our snterprlslng merchant, C. M, Golladay, was mmomaed lo Wood-took to -el Ve OU the ilirv. Friday, of last week. Messrs, W. J. and Beo. cicin. if Warren county, were visiting their mother, Mrs. ToMasClea?, Of Mllbcck. w.H. Ban has been wrfjstllag with that old Mend, rheumatism. He i? no better at this writing. Reporter. THE NEW STORE. Baltimore Clothing Co. Will in the next lin days cJoBSOntflfi, ikki worth of tine Tailor essaie clothiag at W per cent ob the dollar. Tbisls ths ! tin in all. We will post tiv.lv ?how tl ' >ck of Spring and Summer [Oods that has ever bees shown in Sheiiainl'.iih ?'?unity. Call early sad get first setes lions. When Sahy wm atak, we i?t? haw ?DaaVrla. When ?as? wa? a CSalU, ?he ?**?d for CaaKaHa, Vlhen ?*? Inaiw Ma**, ?he ehtaa to Cacaer?a. Wfea? ?a? haJ Ohilaraja, ?he ??xataa?? CaataaSa. The "F. F. V." Bicycle i- au up-to-date 1896 Model, [t has ta automatic hah 'rake It i.? asado for us by the laruei-t bicycle factory in the world. It has bearings that will wear nii'l tobing that will ?train-. It ia .1 Past Plier iadeed. [I is sold si |80. It i? w?.rth ?sore. The VEDETTE ;? $40, bicycle and a beauty, somewhat titier than the proceeding. Fully sa teed, com ? teas wheels and onr lar.:" stock of Urea lanterns, spokes, i" Us, balls, rim all else nee l< 1 ab >ut ? heels. ? .'ir itock is pretty complete irices. B. SCHfilTT, Drnggtat. Woodstock, Va, Baal r*??*?M '.ptim4 ?- . '. . ? ? KOLL OF HONOR PtOS Hill ?School for mouth ol Ft-!,. | and March, IBM. Ramos of pupils deserving mention fot I regulsrity of attendance: Eddie Clem, 1 em. Alf. Clem, Joseph Clem. j Hugh Clem. Onear Coll?n, Charles bt>'v?soii,Tobia? Cloni, and Fred 9tout. Alts Mamie (lain, Virgin ?'?atiaban. berta i Ilesa, I Is Btnker, Clara Klbler and Annie Rlnker, Good II fred Kitiler. s ?muel Steve-en, Cha- BtSVSSOII, l'i and Pddio Itinker, Mamie Clem, Virgie Calaban, Ida Binkar, Clara Klbler and Grace Slbert. For good deportment, good manner?, itudlouiness snd gsneral ami thorough progn -? the pupils desei vs great praise I ?hall iviir kindly remsmber the pupils of Pine Hill School for the uni? form kindness and couttesy with which they trsatsd ma as their teacher during th? session ju-t closed. I ai?o thai k then? (or the many BSprasSlonS of sym pathy extended to me by thess when ?a luddenly ?ml cruelly robbed by tlw furious fiamas. I also pnusa the patrons nl Pine Hii School oommunltv tor their continued cii-.ptiatic.ti wiih un In inv sftoitl ii"i only totead and direct the minds of their children in the way of knowledge but to implsnt those prluclplei ol system, t'loroughnei? and discipline which are i idlipeniable to s successful ichaol. Mav good siten 1 satroni and pupil? ami M1CCSSI to them In their pur-nit of knowledge on the toilsome Journev ol I life. W, 1". MABSTOn Teacher. Cjek.etTOtt.xjx.. TU t?- /t ?*???? Sa //&"?????""? !*?a Beautiful Sea Shells. Every one admira* them. Bine* com? ing south I haveracalvod nurasreos lu qtilrtes from northern people for isa shell?, and now I BO prepared tOBnSWBI ?ye? I can lend you shells '?>r 1 bave him hi * " tioa of lovely ihells, both from our own COBSt, the ?oral reef?, and SOffls beautiful ones from the U'?st Indis. l?:aii.l?.' I will mail ? dotan, no (WO alike, to any one who sends B ?tamp f<v. postage. Your?. Mks P. A Wahm-u, Jacksonville, 1'ia. fliH-kleira trillen "Salve. The M-?i Sil?? m the aorld tot Call Kran?! Sores. Ulsan, Sa l Kheiini. FaVM S ir.?. Tetter, Chapped Hand?, CbllhUlBS, Cort.?, .ml .11 Skin KrupMoa?, at ir.-|r cure? Piles, 0' 00 pay leijnirei!. Il a ??iiaiautee.l to ?jive i?er'.ct satisfaction i .ii.'i-? refu.di.ll. Prie. 15 Batate pvi OBS. Kor ?ale by H. ?dimit?. DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve Car.? Plier. Scildr. Hurri?. EDITH ITEMS. Very rainy weather at present. Mr. I*. Chrisman, sr., continues ill. The little child of Jfr. i'. Chrlsman, jr.. la convalescing. Mr. Herinliin, who represent* the Christian Church, South, preached s very pleasant and interesting ?elinoii Bl Jspi.a church la?t Sunday evening at 7 p. m. Mr. I. Clem is now in Page county to be ??one about 10 days on a badness trip. Mr. Joseph Marston paid a dying viril to In? sen, i>. 0. Marston at I Masaaanttea a few lays ago. c.A0*ro*Fix-a*b.. aal'.i S~1m , t r . *** ?a ea Notioe. The Ml. Airy Cornel Hand will have an oyster ?upper at Mt. Airy School lbni-e Saturday night, Apt il lath. Oj itais, i''.- .ream, and all other suit? able lefrishments will be served at moderate pine-. The Cal vary ?tend to espaetad te be prescrit ami help to furni-li inu-ic, ('nine evenbodv and have a good tune beton ?ya j;o t,. ( ol?a. Couiiuiltee. Honesty and Virtue. There is more honesty and virtue contained in a lioltle of Salvation Oil, than in any ath?e liniment known. "Mi-.. A. Pledler, MtVt Paletiiorp St., \ Philadelphia, Pa., continus this liuthi ; She found Salvation Oil to be nn ex? cellent remedy for ilicunmtisin, Milt joints, bnii?c?, etc.. and think? ?t should always he kept ta the honae.*1 Don't li?ten t?i the dealer's argument* in favor ol a substitute. trjeiat ilvatioii Oil, it cost i oui} R. W. BURTSF.ELD, Merchant Tailor, Woodstock, Va. ????????a???????????d??a?i Il constantly on hand a full oMoi?mpnt of ssmples frotn wlii?h can befe! s of any <|uulity. Prices to Please all Tastes Having gradin to. I nt one or the bait cultint? leksola, is New York, he i? preparad to ?tiarantee fits in all esist. fall and ?oo how low In? sen lurnuli you a first ekes suit. j?saj,a.??^Ren^enf^ber the Place,_^^Mk%. COURT STREET, Woodstock, Virginia. feb t-tf. OBITUARY. Mrs. Elisabeth Moll, wife of Mr. garni Moll, of St. Luke, ?ras born Julys, 18)0, and died April 2, 18M, aged 77 years. 9 moink? and 21 days. Her BUldau name was Cspp. she tli?t married Mr. Wlsman who ?bed yeung leaving oaa ion, Mr. Milton Wlsman, el It Luke, she then mai lied Mr. Samuel Doll, who with two daughters, survive her. Mrs. If Indie and Mrs. Luther Wlsman at whose home she died are the daughters. Afr. aad Mrs. Doll left their old home several year? ago to live With their : where they have been tenderly cared for add nursed daring the infirm? ity ..f Increastngags and the ?line?* and death ??f ??ne of the best of mothers, she was a devoted member of St. Luke I.iithern church and ? Christian who was loved by ?n ?he knew her. A large number Of friends cam? to add tear? a- a tribute to her memory at her burial. B. ? ? ? .? . ? .:. \| .-. | ."?-?;. '?.i?, at the residence of bis brother, Lemuel OrndonT ou the Silbar Hill road, a' ? .?i Buren Furnace, Mr. Francis . i S lie Qtbs and 11 days. The funeral a ictod by Bsv, P. W Wlsman, IlOW lO I.OOk (???Oil. li.iod looks are raallv more ttun ?.km Uasp, depeadiag entirely ou a health, eoi.diiir-u ol all the vital orpins. If the lirrr be i n active Von h ?ve a loi .nuls look ? ?ei?icii ha disordered,ynw bsva a dy.peptle look; if youi knli ? rea I iva- a pinched loi k f i.j i health, 'inri ?on wiii ?arel, bava I - - tile Bitter?' i? a uoml I ira aad Taoie, acts .?irecr'v no cu- ?loa? i.-ii, liver and kuI:,e?s Puiill-? th ? bio > !. caras pimple?, blotel ?Mils, tml cuca good eompleil u. gverf I?>ttlega.rranteed, ?old at B. Schnitt'? ' c.-nta Mer bottla' Mr Banks leokine,oae of oar pensai* n?> t c!'?zjns ? leraMe Irish! i by ti id n,- an ?a tern il'Machine linder hi? ?ricdow He pat it u a sack ?n I earned t down town to Mr w \ Orsbill's aftas, wh.re he, with .i rerj whits fa?-.-, to.>k it t'r.n.i the ?.ck aa<t riisplaysd II to savarel pirtie? I BO ?i ashlBS BOB? Mad t a |eece of inch en m he.?.? .i1. lit t ?reive iiiohss Ions i i tojchily p'ngKed at sash en.i ?\itli ?v. orlen p Bas Al ;i nah Mr Jeakiue itroaglj .1 ? ? foariog ?a ssplo.io?n t'a' might kill thsss all Bad wreck the llOildlBg, '"i" of til? BMB ton? cut b ? |...r',et k'lifO BOd ''Ht Ilie Milie i | en I' wa? till?.i ?lib ?hot The vlllian evident :., i ta idsd to ti'i Mr feckins with ?hot mi. forg ,r to pal in the iljnimite It w,i? i .uio \ seoaps. O^-fllTOXlI^.. Tit ha. /? _. Milton A. Rhodes, of near Tom'i Bro >k horse Isa t Monday, ami had one ofhissrrna broken. CASTORIA Tor Ijv&nts aad Chiitlrea. *** ***" ^r^? - "Seventy-Seven" ("11") ' 77" is l)i H .iiirtt.rn)??' famous Spe cirt i.r t!i ? .Hr.. .,t (},lo and Cold?, and lb? i" entieu of i'ueuiuonia Aliding gi? ? -ISc The eight year old son of Mr. Edward living near Oraiula in this CO0B ty, fell from a wagon loaded with wood on last Monday, The wheel "i the ! over both logs breaking thsm and crushing them into a rut. Dr. Brain of Strasburg gave him surgical at? tention. At last account, he was ?loins well and hi- recovery ij expected, " ___ _ The ..LI familiar cry of ?'anything (o hammer OS," can be heard <m the rtreet?, and i? a sure herald of the irarapproiieh of Easter, l'y next Monday ?n'liing our streets will be paved aIth fragment? ..f Bggabetls of all eaters. Brawns' Iron Bitters Red Pills in. , cooatlpallna niel In'?i.I:n'lie-. I or eiato by nil ' fu,; -i/"i bos mailed ISO? ?imtis ig all dealers Tdi W. S t'l.ITSK, Resident Physician. ?W Call? iiasftfl day ?iriibtlit. llfflce and rt-Llenee ..?el Itieli.'y'S Store. march I If. Mu iiHiiilouii Camp I*. V. At a regular meeting of tie 8ben?ndeah C.p No. t? L 0 V? ?nd No. M C V. bebt at tha (.'>urt Hou-a on Saturday, Anrll i, ItTM. Iba Caii|i w.loaded to ordar h? the f on usinier and Chaplaio Stephensi a le 1 in prayer. Miuu'e.-? of last meeting were ra.tl and . looted. C enrade Ja nus H. Rod.ffer mad? a verbal report coalmen ling the work of i be committee* and oilier* in making the recent eulert.inmt.Qt social and financial ?necees?the gris? resaipts ai.otiotiag to $70.00. ?xpeo.es SI- '?<>. I.avlug $?s 07, for '.?Inch be held Ihe receipt of tbe Qa irteituaver. ( haplai'i Stepbecon t ftured tbe ful loalag resolution, wliieh aba adopted ?ml ordeistl to be spread upan tbe muiiitea and published. Tbs report ot tbe commit.?? to set with the ladina of the Daughter* nt Con? federacy as to . festival, Ac, Laving been pre-eatrd. the Sbt uaudoab Crup takes this opportunity of expressing lia high appreciation of their aiduuiia generous and successful labor?, sad lau tliT tliein most In-arty ibauk?, not only ; lor I be ?mil they did. bo! for Ih.ir I music aud their pieeence. To ?II otb.r? also who in any way contributed to 'the ? f the boobsIob, either ly dona tlon or otherwise. I lie Camp ,h?r?by ?end? a hearty thank yo.if und espec.a' I? o the Calvan Cornet Kind. The fallowing application? tor ?d uii-sion as active member? of-lhn Camp were referred to the ciniinittee of inquiry and it apoeariog that the rpplioant? served honorably ia the Confederate Service, they were anauioualy elected, to wit: J, H. iaaasmiSB, Pri. Co. F 10 V?. Inf. Alei. B?ii??riiian, ?' " B ?J " M. G. Feller, " " K 7 " Cav. lb H. Hotiel, " " K 7 " Kosh Miller, " " It ? " I?f. J. W. Peer. " " B 3a " Wm. Philip?, " " K -i " I>. W. shee'i. '? " E 11 " C?r. Chaplain S.eph?n?on g?ve sctie? ?f SB ?mendnieut and addition to ths 17.h anleteoftba by-law?, ?o that ths ???? ?hall read. A't. IT. Any It-teas' of th? Lo?t Cases or of tti. Con fed.i ate ?..Idler, of ? ??< 1 sbarastsr, ?bull tie ?bgible to ?saas'ele i?*iub?r?biD ib tin? Crop and ?ba'l lie eutitled to all tke privilege? ?ad be... H'i : ot the Camp other tbau voting, and he ?I illg .To? I'll? fnllewipf fti?ridr were unannn >i?. Ir ?lecterl Ariociate ?etnberi of lbs C?tuv : Dr. P. 8. R:ad?lle, T. B K .. -?, Ri.bt. J. Walk.r. Cha, Lui Si?ph?n?o? inoyrd ikat l? larierinastT ?nd.raeii be audio: il t I r.?? r. from th? in.mb.i? "f tb. finip .ii. i r ? to nrotar? s suiferun ?net- m . ?i , they may think proper, but not Is be le*? tkau two liohtr?, ?iid that npon piuin-nt by twenty or mor? the coaraittes hereto f.i? sppoiut?d t'omii ?nd?r ?ml ?V ?list laftst.t) ?redii?ol?l to prieure th? el -lb ? ml Imitons, ?acb C.narade pBVIBg iw-i I dollar?, at the lea.t, to be es to led to mi. ! BBItOVfl?. witkni.t fuither co*l, to the Camp. Artopt.d. On motion. Camp ?cjeurn.d till the ne it Bssotiag. OEO. W. MILKT A 'ji RELIEF IN SIX HOURS. I)i?lr???ing Kidney aeS Hladdrr i'i-ea?e nl'O.,1 in aix I,urn? by "Jfoa I ? > al Suii'hern Kidney Cure " It i? a s-"*?* ?.muse on account of its BSceeSiag promptness ia r?lieviug pale ia Ul.rleVr. kiilin-y and hack, ia male or female. Relieves retention of water .In,,..i ateatiatelf If you want reoef ?..1 mil ibis Is tlierrmeih Hold by L. B IreiB Druggist, Woodstock, Va. TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take lavxattva Sroase ?jumiu? IB Iinii;?-ista refund the moncT K II Oar? avi. ?wot. -.'? *?<,. Millinery Goods. My Stock of Millinery, Con? sisting of Hats, Bonnets Trimmings, ?I.e. Has Just been Re? ceived. My st,? k has bon carefully ?elected by Miss Minna?- who lias had an ex pern nee of eiirht year* with Armstrong, CatOf A Co., Baltimore ?nd who wiil 1m> with me during the Spring seaton. She is prepared to trim HATS and IlON in the LATEST STYLE _*h exquisite taate. Pleaae ex? amine my gor?Bfr?**.^ prie*? before pur Chasing. ^**bjl I ?I II ?!??,. MISS R. J. RINKKR, 1 door north Shen. Co. Bank. Usening Saturday Mar. 2*5, also Friday and Satur? day April 8 and 0. 3 18-'98-3m. Woodstock, Va.