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WOODSXOOK. VA. FRIDAY MAY, 2j, 1808. Entered at the Psst Oftice, at Wood Mock, Y;i.. as sci'onil-?'lap* natter. AdvertlMtug Kaie?. Advertiaementa will be aatrted at one dollar per sqnsre of ten line? or lees, for tbe first insertion, arid 50 cents for each ?nbaeQoent insertion Keep Tour Eye on This. / S?TlF TO? DO NOT WISH TO 1 otwnana taking t?i hkrald ) arTBKTOl'B SUBSCRIPTION KXP1BKI ) KBri'SK TO TASK IT FROM 1HI POST / OKPICB AND KKQl'BST TUB POST ' MASTKK TO SO INFORM VS. ?T WIIL NOT COST TOI! A CKNT K. I?. ?tearaaBB? ftse. a. luflinaa, Caati'r" The Shsnandoah County Bank Organized, 1871. lio-Organizi-d 18t*. Deposit? mu? t'olh'cti .ins solicited. Batlsntetton (ruorauteed. Disconnt Rats 8ix Per l'eut. J. !. Tkiplett. Pre?. H. M. I.astz. "k-e-Vrvs Merchants and Partners' Bank, nOOIM-Tta K. VlHi.lMA. w. C. I.uiu. J. H. H? ? Minni.k J. H. Kl ) an ! -'? P. ?? BAS, Am?. Acoountl - ' '--"iiiiinKlatlona 1?. P, MAORUOBK, ? '??ii'n. UENERAL LOCAL NEWS. M ? Joseph Swartz is critically ill. ? ? none bat the l?e?t work pron ? . r fumed with ? The G Press, pabllshed g the county ?est of that county. I? en? of the bi | papers, in vv. Vs. - have been ?ellinsj in Staunt | lor MTsral bej are worth but A ! cement right from the facu?r> per ?\ Son's. \ '/".. ,.f I.ur.iy. ra? the graded ? _ in til it tow ii, with up J and political Issue? with the man 1 v h.it In- most - Witch Hazel '... I?. Irwia. The ??' Monday anil in ., fixing it the - placed a premiu Btaon chicken liawk?. ini .?. good photograph. one thi upou, call on ? mut itreet. Dr. Fbbdbrick ili>KKA.spcciiiii>t on W.8 Cline's Ofll'f 1 .--?.:? fili nished. E?. :ee. X"'-v i councl take itt:-' - ??? supplj . be upheld ii a mov. -: ereiy man, WOSBS M h . writ?-:? 'DaWltt'i " Salve ?- curial more t i I ty than all otliet retnediei sema mu R. Irwin. Front R ? Kftnised the - FFar> reu Light lui ? r command ol ?rood m m .-nid i il ne officer. Boom . ? : ?econ?. hand bnggj .1. D. Boy? A aallkoowi and popular marrie?] lady ot this p.? made si experiment in snake chat since that but she hopea to have bett^: .f her n.-rvt--? next time. Late to and sad - prepara? a man for tali -kit-?. Earlv to bed and ii ! . to Riser, the pill hat maki il better aiul aissr. 1 Mr. Clarea? ? horch ?treet. A hu UBS along t!. r h to the api-- Hog. id binder? in good repair lor ?ale cheap at J 1), Boyard If a young lady koew how much a young man of this place had paid ai t?> ?uppreas a little trav- -he would nBOarateod why she was com? pelled to scan all the county papan In vain. 'One Minute Cough Cure is las best preparation 1 hav. or used and I can't -ay too mi ??? M. Keiinon. '.Vercliau?. I L. R. Irwin. TWO Italia:. , - . . Laray recently charg? a w ith with I ?ued 8100, which took all the m I, ?$3?. and their entir?- -- Pretty rough on U Are you dyaaeptl? luaai Irani bad digestion. poor appetite, ?our Htomaeh cholic, lieuihiohe, can't enjoy anything yon eat ? Tin- ?wKiiUii ?l'1-rBJBS will cure all that. En. Maukudkk keep. them. ?IK-a bottle. The human machin? ?tart? has) ?nur and stop? but once. You ?an keep it go ingloHgeat and BBOSt regularly by n-iiit; DeWitt'? Little EarlvRisei?, the fanion? little pills for constipation ami all stom? ach and lirer troubles. L. R. Irwin. to, swell kn siding several Balles I wn was painfully injured by a boar oa Saturday last. He wa?. ??.paratii - when an aagry boar made a dash at Ir'un cut tia? a de?p gash in the lower part ' of hia legs with one of it-, large tasks. Dr, H. II. Irwin was Ballad la and found that it required aix ?tk-lie? to elote up the wound. Bingle.double and triple shovel plow-, spring tooth harrcw?, walking and rid? ing cultivatois at almost your own price. Our stock of those goods i? too large and they must go regardless of cost. Come in and get a bargain. J. D. /foyer & Son. Quarterly meeting will be held the Methodist church, in th?B pla? BextSanday. Dr. B. W. Rond, P. will preach morning and night. .Vorrlson has returned to Woodsto? at the gallery on Court street, and doing the work that has given the grei ??st satisfaction in the pa-t. We are indebted to Mr. A. G. Shave Agt. of the Mutual Life Insurance 0< for a nice memorandum book and an e collent pencil. Such pencils nuke i Editor write, when he doesn't feel HI It. For Horse or Colt's DUtemper or f? Cough, for Heaves, for thick wind f? worm?, loss of appetite or to improve tl general condition of your horse use tl Beet flotas Powder, Ed. Magnuler ke? theui, they arc licuable. H ? are truly glml to learn .that M Will Keller, of Tom's /irook, whos veiy critical illness was mentioned in previous issue of this paper, is much irr proved, and hi. noany friends hope t BBS luii) ant attain in the enjoyment c ??nod health. tine Minute ??not long, yet relief i obtained In half that time by the use a One Minute Cough I'ure. It prevent: consumption and ipiii-kly cures floltt. croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, la gripp, and all throat ami lung troubles. L. R Irwin. While the sheriff and his family when engaged In auo.her part of the jai bulldlug ?n Luray, sonic une entered thl dining room, and finding the key> hanging on the wall opened the door and -et free B man l>v the name of Cave who WOS awaiting trial for stealing A?u?- get the above from the Luraj '??reran be no doubt a? to it? truthfulness. *.<-?-oi ding to the new.papers, an Ohio husband Bsesms the fiappy father ol seven children not long ago. Of the seven all lived hut one. It is to fie hoped he laid In a supply of Chamber? lain's Cough Remedy, the only sure cur?: for croup, whooping-cough, colds and cough?, ami so insured his children against these diseases. For ?ale by L, R. train. The Valley Turnpike Company is getting proud. They have fixed up their toll house in this place in fine style. Mr. Joseph Keller, one of oar best car? penters, completad a very nice bay win? dow which adds greatly to the appear ' the building. One great ad? vantage is that the toll keeper can alt in this bay window and catch travellers going and coming and toll them both B ?v ?. Parker, Sharon, WIs., writes.-? I hive Hied De Witt's Witch Hasel, Salve for itching piles and it always stop? them In two minutes. I consider HeWitt's Witch Hasel solve the great? est pile cure on the market?1 L.R.Irwlu. Mr. .V L Walton is -iot only a promi? nent lawyer but is also an extemive (armer and ?teek raiser. Last Saturday he received by express from Dayton. Ohio, two of the I'tircat brc?l young Red Polled Angus, cattle, mu'.?- sad female. Although young they are beautiful apeciasena of this Block, which, to the li?t few rears ha? the very highest posi? tion in the estimation of the leading itock breeders and raisers ol thsUnited ??id Caaada. One Minuta Coug? curo, euros. Tbet I* wbet It was made tor. t te meeting of tb.? B aid of Suoervia? Sheoaudoah County, held in tin County i on Monday, Maj ?3rd Ifi -, 1887 I 609, It la ordered by the Hoard ,>f Super andoahCounty in meeting 1 that the proniiums on all chicken hawks -hall be twenty ri-. ? rly BUthenticsted accounts 1, an 1 it is further distinctly row hawks shall not leite: ? L. S. Walker, Clerk. First Sergeant F. W. Jones of Co. A. 21 Vu - - paid us a pleasant visit while <?n his return to camp. He .-red with a furlough to see his little daughter that was horn the day he hit Woodstock for Richmond. He says that he was very apprehensive thai he diaofold sgs before he reached -, He desires to return oil IBs :lol thank? t Baker, Corporal Rod effer, Sgt. Sheetz and Mr. Henry tor i ved before leaving camp and to Capt. P. S. Roller of Jlft. and to Mr.Langof llarrisonhurg - extended to him. DeWitt's Little Early Risers, The lam?-u? Hill? pilla. The best of all 1 who says so ? Why everybody who has ever used Dr. Petere Saraaparlllo, ?ays It beats them all aa a splendid /flood Purifier and Blood Tonic aadcostl only 60c when the others cesl i dollar. Sold by El). Maorudeb. A f??tival on a large scale will be helil at ToflBs'l Brook on the evenings of June 3d and 4th. for the benefit of the at-hool property at that place. Tttls is aaraethlng that appeals to every on? lu that section, ami ?lioul?! be liberally patronised. Everything will be done to mike tli a pleasant one for all who attend. The ratreahaaenta will be ol th" bust, ami will be served at very moderate prices. Let every one turn out and lot only have a moat enjoyable l'une, but also the satisfaction of know? ing that they are a*?i?ting a most worthy The Westfield (lud ) AW? printa tbt I'ellowiug id regard to an old reaiduot ol i h it plaes: 'Frank MoAvoy, for manj yoars la th? employ of the L., N. A, 4 C By baity sayal i hive ?t.ed Chamber lain'? Colic, Cinder? sud Disrrhtt-1 Rem? edy for ten y??r? or longer?am ueyei without it m my family. I eanaider it the beat remady ol the kind manu foslorod. I take plesanre in recommend io< it.' It ia a ?pacific for all bowel dia order?. For aala by L. R. Irwia. Winchester and a part of Frederic!? county wag visited by a tremendous rait storm accompanied by heavy thiiiidsi ami lightning OB Saturday night ..! the streets of th? town were flooded and the muddy water ran into the cellar? Bad basements ami through the first BOOM of a number of buainesa houses and dwellin. i? h damage. Through the country th?/losses were quite heavy especially along the ?mall stream? and water ? i in re the land? wer? bad h wa?ii'-(V, growing cropa destroyed and fenciug Carried away. ?pat?Xaa?a,*C>r%-I-a%-. PERSONAL. Mr?. Dr. J. L. Campbell is vhuting friends in Washington. Dr. Brubaker and wife of Page county, are visiting hfr. Jf ilton /foyer and family. Jfrg. Lucinda Few is visiting In Kdin bnrg. .Vise Dolly Echart, of Edlnburg ?s at J/r?. Leetcli's. -Vlss Alice Hotfel, daughter of Mr. David Ilottel.u very 111. Mr. Harry Skylei, of H'aahington, I. vuiting his father'* family. Judge F. S. Tavenner was in Winches? ter the first of the week. Miss Blanche Pitman returned to her home, in thi.? place, last Friday. Mrs. Emilia Sager of Ohio, i? visiting her father's family. Rev. J R. Van Horn, of Clifton Forge ?pent several days, with hit daughter, Mr?. Jos. M. Bauserman. ?Vr. Walter Hum, formerly of this place, has joined the cowboy cavalry, in Dacotah. Mis? Bertha Kern, of Phlllpsburg, Fa . is visiting Afr. M. V. French and family. Mis. Sa ml. Prltehard and daughter Maud, ?|?ent several- days vLlling friend?, near Seven Fountain?. Mi-? Cora Pitman, of Muhlenburg street spent last week with her friand, Mrs. Hany Haun, of Kern's Springs. Mr Walter Fravel spent a few days in Mariinsburg, the first of the week. Richard Brooks, who has been in Ohio for sometime, returned home last week. Mr. Will Job?, of Richmond, is visit? ing hi* mother ami sister? on north .Wain street. Dr. A. W. Rusmisaelle and wife, of Lebanon Church, this week visited friends in tail place. Bishop Whittle, of the Epis? ?.pal diocess of Virginia, held services atEm anuel church In this place H'ednegday morning. M r. John S. Ho?hour returned to Baltimore Monday after ?pending sev? eral day? with his family her?-. Mr. W. R. Alexander's appointment as Captain and Asst. (?iiartermaster In the U. S. Army, has bean confirmed by the Senate. Messrs. Giles Cook and D. C. O'Fla herty, of Front Reval, R. J.Walker, of Aft. Jackson and A. C. Stlckley of Stras? burg were in town, last Tuesday. ML? Mina Fountain returned to her home in Washington, after spending a few weeks with Dr. J. L Campbell and family, of south Muhlenburg street. Mlu Annie Lltton, who has been spsndlng a short while with her parents here, returned laat Saturday to Martlns burg. IF. Va. Dr. Hugh M. Logan, of Rectortown, vva? called to Ids old home, in this place, last Thursday, by the serious Ilia ess of his father, Capt. II. Logan. i/n. Julia Saum, of Hairisouhurg. it visiting her mother, Mr?. Jacob H. Clowsr, and other relative? on north Main atreet. Mrs. Hobt. N. Gaw, who lia? been visltinglier brother and sistar. Mr.Bob! Anderson, ami Miss Laura Amlur-oti, of ??util Main street, for several waekl lias retnrned to lier home in Wayne? boro. Misses Mary Snioot, of near town an? Mamie Grabill, of H'oodstock. win bar? been teaching at Clifton Forge, and Mil .Maggie Boydlsr, who has been attend? ing the same school, returned horn? Wednesday morning. The Luray Union saT?: "Mr. Wil Alley of Woodstock was in the city ove Sunday. He denies it ; bnl we belter? he was over here contracting with on? of our Masons to locate in Woodstock We shall see later. Mr. Elmer Sherman, <?f Harrisonburg ?pent a few ?lays with his mother at his old home in this place the oral of tin week. Mr. Sherman is an ex? plu il-man and liai been in practical charge of the Rockingham Telephone lines for some time. Mr. David Hoshour, of Front Royal, ?peat a frw ?lays recently with his ?on, Mr. John S. Hoshour, at his old home here. He is looking well and his ad vanclng vear? seem to ?It llghtlv upon him. but unfortunately his eyesight ha? failed him almost eati rely. His many friends here are alway ? glad to welcome hi? visit? to his old homo here. Our friend, .Vr. A. II. Bnyder. of the Rockingham Keyister. of Harrisonburg, was in Woodstock his native place, tha Irst of the week. By the way, the Register is one of the best county paper? in the State, a publication that the BOO- I pie of Rockingham county and the town of Harrisonburg should feel proud of aad give a hearty support. S. ('. P. Jones, .Wlleibnrg. Pa., write?: ?-T have, used DcWitt's Little Early Risers ever ??nee they were introduced here and must say I have never used any pill? in my family during forty year- ?if housekeeping that gave inch satisfactory results as a laxative or cathartl:.' L. R. Irwin. The commencement exercises of the Woodstock Graded and High School were held in Irwin's Opera Hall last Friday niglu and drew a larg<- crowd .-wry me of which seemed to be greatly pleased. We regret thai we cannot give the en? tire program and a full description of thr exerciaea, but whero all did s.? well we feel that it would be unfair to particular? ly mention any one. All who took part in it from the smallest tot to the oldest pupil acquitted themselves m i?t creditably. We congratulate the principal, Mr Frank Bushong. and his able and faith? ful assistants, Misses Jennie Robinson, Usais Barron and Sallie Clowef BDOH the great improvement shown by tin ?idtoltr* of thia school. ? iIiim.1. fee. ?nani TV.II. Cuwr.ia. C?n?y l-nthartlr, sei-S BeaaBiBMtai IBo.tfto. If O 0.0 l.l.ririi:<,-ur l?ala.,? Are you troubled with Cough, have tickling in your throat, is there pain or congestion about your chest or ?ides, any hoarseness or difficult breathing? all these are symptoms ami forerunner? ol more serious trouble. Avoid it in time and ward it off by taking the Rock and Rye Compound, a truly valuable medi? cine far just such complaints. Sold by Ed. Maorudek. CAMP NOTES. Col. J. C. Baker has been mustered into the service af the United State? and ha? takeu command of the lad regiment The boys of the lad soon expect to make the aecquaiutance of Southern beauties. Measles and camp fever do BO to be on the lucre The WOT deportment ha? been notified that the 2d regiment is ready for inaieh Ing orders, wnich will probably be leaned before this paper gosi t?. press, The cut of Lieut. W. (i. Campbell, la the Richmond Turns, has S onddsdly Spanish air. It uiiglit readily be mi taken for the commander of one of Spain'- gunhiia!?. On last Sunday Co. A, h.nl it. fir-t meal under cauva-s. Col. J. ('. Baker ?s enjoying fine health. Camp duty seemt to agree with lilm. The boy? have a large flagenblazoned with the words: 'Manila M bu?:." Henry and BotTo] hovs been detailed as cook? and they serve us good meal-, far superior to the "?Og" ami ' h?u-e." furnlsheil initier contrast, Our boys are all in gootl spirits, im? patiently waiting orders to move. Our company has been highly com? plimented both on account of good behavior ami good drilling. OfM "f the BsaaOSrSOf the regular army compliment? ed their drilling very highly. 'I'lis boys want to be rOBMUabOtod to their many kind friend- in Woodstock Our kitchen wastheqaickeSl built and the bOStOU the ground?. Wish we could lake it with us te Cuba. At every mes? call, the cry goM Dp from the ranks, "Kail in for Cuba." The boys have received uniform- and the entire company now present- I handsome appearance. Miss Lou Baker, daughter of Col. J. C. Baker and Mis? May Magruder. daughter of (apt. J. W. 1/agrm.er visit? ed our camp. The buys won "awful" glad totee them They reminded tassa of home. Chas. Calvert, formerly of Co. A, M Va. Regiment, has returned to his home in Winchester, from <ainpl.ee of ill health. First Sergeant F. W. Jooei lefl on ; Sunday night l'or a short visit home. He will probably return on Thursday morning, Lieut. II. A. Kn.'?-Icy i.? very p ?pul if wl?h bis company, His kin,lue-- m nil the meo has coated them to feel that he is a warm friend,while Lient. ( "krau is not taking s bo? !? m it In the g n d will of the men. Mr. !.. Wagner has been very kin.l tu the boys. Hi- lhoughtfu him to many act- of kind Capt. Ma^rn inxioui as any of the bo to I uba LATER. An order was received Tu?-.?,lay after? noon by the commandant of the 3d Va. Regt countermanding the or?l?rt<> leave Richmond on Fedaesday and saying that the regiment would not he ordered away until .lune 1st. LOST. A lady's tan colored jacket wat tween the River bridge and Seven Fountains, A suitable reward will he paid upon its return to tin Hli: VI l? I'tlice. Rondolp?-Macon College. The join! commencement ? of Randolph-Macon Colleg? Academies will be held at Lynchburg, Va., Monday, June mh. Tin- exercises tin- each ?lay will be of a highly interesting character. Besidei the literary entertainments which will he "t the nighesl character, there orill he a gome of baseball cadi ? lav ter th.- entertainmenl of the lovet - of this fashionable gome. There ?il! :il?ii in- athletic contests on I .lune 7th. JVU. Jackson News. This section of Shenandoah county was v i?it<'<l by :t tearful min storm ? n la-t ?Saturday, Holman's creek wai higher than was ?ver known. At Quicksbnrg, the water was in the honse of Mr. Christ Zirkle t?> the hii'hth id'Hl t'eet. Mllcll of hi?. IioiIm hol?! property was greatly injured. Much damage vrai 'lone t<> land, fencing and crups. Mr. P. s. Roller returned from Richmond, a few ?lavs ago, Our people are making extensive preparations for the Normal which will behold here this summer. Mrs. Dr. Rusmisselle. of Lebanon, is visiting her nster, lira, John P. I.onus. $100. Dr. E Detchhn's Anti Diuretic vi?i he worth to TOA mora limn *100 if you have a child who ?nils tinMing from inconteneiioe of w?tsr daring ?-lnt.p. Cure? old ami young alike. It arrest tbe trouble at one?. $1. Kohl l,y B. Schmitt, Draggiat Woodstock Va. LUMBER AND 8UGGIES FOK SALE. 1 am prepared i" furnish all kimls ??I lumber St the mill, and saw il to suit Boatotnera for bridges, fencing Ac. I also have a lot of ?eeolid hand buggies winch I will ?ell cheap. j. w. Saum, Baaaunrilla,Va. FOR SALE. A sample Moder ?>f last year, at whole? sale price. Wagons, plow, and harrows will be sold at cost. Be ?juiek. if you want to secure a big bargain. ??eo. R. Geary & Co. Bucklon's Armin Malve. In? Heat Salve In the world for Cat?, Bruiaaa. Korea. Clear?, Salt Rheum. Favai Korea, Tatter, Chapped llanda, Chi?blaiaa, Corns, and all Skin Krnptiona, aad i>o?i tiv.l.v core? Pile?, or no pay repaired. It t? j-uarantead to give perfect ?aiia'artiea i m >U"? refunded. Prica 35 oei.t* per aex. For aale bv H. Schmitt. I-'iclel ick l-'l'MVel, SSO of Mr. Jlio. W. lvavavel, cut liis foot severely, while rjtopping wuimI rsstsrday. Dr. ('line rendered rargieal attention. CASTOniA. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Tax? laixatlvr lli-nnm tjuiimi? 'l'ut, Ilriil?i/i.ta ri-ltin?! tin- molli-)' If It f?ll? tu Ac. ?Opt. U ?mo. m ... a-aa-? ? ? AFRICANA will core Rheumatism and Scrofuls to SU* Cunad. Royal make* tb* lewd pare, wholeaom? and ?.?l?ala POWDER Absolutely Puro ae??i ?musa ?.??i?, to., ?i? yo?. For the II ill ALU. i.o-t, strayed or stolen between Edinburg and Powell's Fort, the puhl's road between Geo. Sam. Cophenh iver's and the tup of the mountain. A liberal reward will he paid for the discovery of this public highway and it* restoration to the people. Fui forthei particulars travel over the road. ?,? X B LEE BARGELTS Ioej? Cream Parlors are open for the season. Cream I on hand .it all times and . families supplied si si notice A find line of fresh ?lies always on band, also ^ all the leading brands cigars and tob?ceo. ?s? \ r - j I S, 11 ".'??. ?? > ST DAVIDS NEWS. (Thi* ? 1 as t-? -Ed.) Buodsj Rev M Carpenter hod commun \it. /.ion, ami prupara: Saturday pre I . m. Pr? i ? lay night Mr-. Rabecca Hockmsa, - lbs nvi r ii-n raceatly with Mr Slberl and family. sir. I?. W.Clemsndfsmily.ofl were to this end last Saoday. Mr. Qeo. K. Qolloday ami list? spent several days ar uni N'? ai. I Oth? t p -i.it- rrci-ntlv. Rev. Mr. Raerse, of Proal Royal, wh? la filling part of the Page circaif of the barcb, ?3outh, preached st Pia? Hill school boaae Ust Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mr*. .1.-. Sheet? ;u. : children, ,,| Narr,c- . a few davi in our a? . If las May Carpent? luied her father to th? : turday. Miss May ii a charming young lady. ?m last Monday s werk it wai that a grain boat had been sunk at Mr at. H. Baker's mill mar Carmel. For I U the captain and crew succeeded in swimming to shorn. Mr. .1.15. Logan went to vToodatocb last Saturday. Mrs. Jas.R. Burner .?pent a week with li?-r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jame* Wright, on tli? riv-.T ni?ir \l n n rr-rt, , w n Mr .1. I,. Klbisr, ii( Winches'?, anil alias Etta Bhipa, of aadinburg, spent a Iba ?lays in this vicinity. Truly y Jane Bog Catarrh Can't be Cured with LOCAL APl'UCATIuNS, a. tbe> cannot r.aoh tba seat ot the tliiea??-. Catarrh la s blood or conititational ?1?? eat?, and in ?inlet to cure it .van mu?t taks internal remedie*. Hall'? Catarrh Cine is tsksD internally, and act. ?lirecllv on the bleotl and iniiceu? snrlacea. Hali's Catarrh Cure ia not s quack ased?elas It, was prescribed by one of the brat iihj>ii-ii-,iiM in this i-oiiatry f?r yearn, ao.l la a regular prescription. It ia composed ?if tbe hsnt Uinlca kii->wn, Coiilbuictl with the best blood purilier.., acting dlree.tlv on Ihn iiitir.oii* ?urfhceH. I In? perfect combination of the two ingredient* i arOal iirn-luce? ??ich ?.underfill rw-tilte in curing Catarrh. Semi for testimonials, free. F. J. CUKNKY A CO , Prop?., Toledo, 0. Sold by <1rnggi*t*. piice 7.'?c. Hall'? Family Pill? are tbe beat. CO. A. BECOND Va. REOT. [a this issue, we publish a list of the BamSBufCo, A., "Anderson Guards," as they wire milstiT.-,I ?lit?, service. As tie ciii.ipaiiy was recruit??! from this sad .tinT ?'. unities, many of the name? will lie strange to ?o?r \ i When Rahjr was sick, we gara kar OaaVwta. Wim? ?an tru a Child, ah. or\?? tor Caatorla. W lia-u ab? Saaarao Mia?, ?he ?km?; to l^uaork?. Whan aba had CaHiAren, abe g?, a lean? Oaaterla. 00L JAS II SKINNKU. Col. .las. 11. ?Skinner of Staunton, died last Thursday night, aged sixty-thru year?. He waa a gallant Confederate BoMasrsad Colonel of tas Fin. Va. H?-gt. He was B nnb-d in BCliOB, Col. Skinner wa? a COadl ,. in this district, fortv year? ago and in In? ranvasa, made many friands, in this , ,unity, Who have held him in the highest esteem ever - DeWitt'a Witch Haiel Salve CarM ?saltea. Scald?. Hera*. rA.a?kAa?.aSB. av aSa. A ?.SB A SB A SB A At.? a A A a%ASJ avfVfavfWwVfVfVfWWWfJ 5 The Bugs ? are in the garden and In the house, ?iet after them with S the rightthings. ?Paris Oreen or London Purple will kill the potato bugs. ?Slug Shot is best for melons and cu? cumber vines. ?Hellebore will rid your rose-bushes from slugs. One tablespoon- ' ful to I gallon boiling water. Apply when cold. Moth Balls or Camphor will protect your blankets, winter gar? ments and such from the moths. Merical Ointment or our liquid Bed Bug Poison will clean up your beds. ?Insect Powder * kills flies, fleas, roaches, &c, Oetagun for iOcts. to I apply it. ?We have all these and others and our prices will be satisfactory, B. SCHMITT, Druggist, Woodstock, Va. L To Cur? ? iin.iiiiaiuiii rnr.?v*r. . Tutliar..f. ; II r. c. i_. lull to cure, druggist* r fun NEEDMORE AND RIVER BEND ITEMS. s-.uie of mir formen bave commeueed to plow corn. The wheat promises a big crop. Urs. Money /?'?^?in-, who boa been very ill for IO0M time. We ire gla?l to say is alile to be around the hon-e again, Mr. W. M. //ott.'l h.i- mi.I-- quite an Improvement at hi- new bom by putting down a large cistern. Kitie has changed hi- place of busi? ness. I!?- is now making hi? heodquaiten in tli<- fort wher t he laj - tie- spanlard eint t'ttid him. Hit? Bottle afelnturtr, <?f Strasburg i? vi?itiiiij her brother, Mr. Levl Mc Intiirit'. and other friend? ?>u the rlvei ?luting the past few weeks. The Lime Kiln club bas bean mute for some time. Wehevs not lesrnsd the cause unless It Is the war scare ha? run Cspt. Qnoner to the mountain. Our up the liver friend, Silas H?. hi- found something vary attractive down -treain. He ramiadi us, of the ikrat, aa he doesn't.leave the ?rater I fir for hi- prey. Mr. Si,a? kl..,-r- ;i ?hing aben he se.. it. i many "f our youngsters at id Rev. l'.,,,k's preaching at iy a week. Mi. Edward M? Intiirll' and wife re tiirn.-d lasl Saturday from a visit t? friend? near Water Lick Id ?Tarta county. ?Te regret to toy that o?r. Henrj Fravel who is living at Mrs. Daniel C B iwmao'a on the river near town, ate ! with a painful aet-ldeut a few day. ago Re was riding on tin- running gear ?>f : ??? | . mi ?te way u> the mountain afte a load of log? and in passing svor :i stumphli fool caught between the ?-l.I nor aad stump clashing and iprainiun it very severely. ?Ta ara glad tu kilo? '. that in- is getting along very well at lost .,t?. Mr John c Sninke was recently vi-it i ing friends near VThestfteld. Old slunk?. The Beat Remedy for Rheumatism. Kr.,in the Pahrhavsa(N? v. Register. I Mr. J?iiu? Kuwliiti.l of tlii- villa?-.-, ?tioe thiit f.,r twenty -live year? hi? wife lia? taWB .? ! ?iitTerer from rtiouniatHin A feat Bights ago ?In? ?im In siielt pain thai ?he ivas nearly cra/.y. she..-m Mr. ROWhUd for the doctor, bul he ha,l rt?,| ,'f ' liii'iil'-i'iiiiii-. l'uni Halm and in BtaSatof going fur the plty?iel.in he went tOthe ?torsand aaeursd a bottle of it li; Dot approve of Mr. BowauMfa purcBaseatflrst, but never?bi-le.? BplBUed the llalm tlioroughl) Bad In an ln.iir'? tiuir wai ahle to ko to sleep. ?I... -aa laalla? It atmil er .ha ?aval* un n.-li. ?,r a pialo and Omis thai Itslarsjra gin ?OBI tl?l me lleill,' ?hich ?lie 11? 1 ll?l'il ever .lid Beras much good. Tbs atsnd H esol alsa? f.?i?aie by I- It. trwln, Mr. John I? Clothier, of Stoaotoo, Vs.. Is the guest of Dr. P. 8. Riddslle, at his hospitable and pisa san! botas mi the river near town. Mr. Clothier will prob ebly spend several weeks with his friend. ItoMiiii the Unite. A startling incident ot wbieh Mr. Joho Oliverol Plnladelph, was the ?a 1-jest, is BSnstod by tiim a? follow?; T was in ? ?oat dreadful condition. My akin wn? :i ni,,-t inlluw eye? ?linken, tongue coal eil, pain continually in bick and ?idea n ,|ipi-tit ? gradually growing weaker da? ny day Three pbyslcUna had given in? iiji. Fortunately, a t'ri.nd advited tryilii. 'Klriiric I),net?,' and to my great j.ii Bad surprise, the Brat bottle made a il? cidid ImprovoBMot. I soattoaes the!? B?B lot thre? weeks, and au) no I a ?el n. nil. I know Hi?-? ?lived utv life am iiililiiil the grave of another victim.' S tie I'm il'l fad to try them (?ilv M .- ??-' i>.>tila .t H Schmitt,'* Dull St?r?. M - Mary Tucker .Vagill, Un ' authorOM and writer; ami BSM of tb ind noblest daagbten of tl who has been Uvtog in New York to awhile, has porebassd s booss in Stauu ton und Will make lier home there. One Minute Cough Cure, cures. That Is wfc-.it it was aiade lor. I'll nly Of rain with the warm WSOtha are jil-t making thiOgS gTOW right 0V01 Ivas, Even the old nuiids utu ?rusty old bachelors are bS00?lBg ?piit? frisky. Without A Rival. A? a jvositive euro for sprains,bruises, and pains of nil kinds. Saivntiou Oil lina no eipi.il. Mrs. Frank Juif, 518 (iiatiot Ave., Detroit, Mich., writes: "I used Salvation Oil in my family ami can ?ay it baa no rival as a lini? ment; it ceitainly curce pains, I ?praiucd my ankle am] it cured BBS aud since then I have always used it for any pains and bruises." Salvation Oil i? sold for only 25 cents. No other remedy will do the work aa promptly. OBITUARY. IM'?lII LOCIAN. Capt. Hugh Logan was born May ?Uli, ins, rtsar Maynssnoro, Pa. Bis lather tied when ha wasT ysarsold? '.i-- aras ?pprcnticel to a coach unk.-.' Bt 16; at 21 lie enlisted al II ?r rlsbur?r. Pa., for the Mexican wa>, to the < lid of which he serve 1 under ?Je.i i-rai Worth;was la the advance guard nf troops who took i he city of Mexico. In 1810, he married Mary I.. Martin, one of 10 children of Daniel Martin, then living at J/t. Vernon, B BaaOU village, on the line between Maryland and Pennsylvania, la tight of Pen-Mar iiinl Wayiii-i-b,.1'ti. He alway- took a lively inteivst in publie affairs and was Colonel on the stall of OOV. Bilfler. of Peiina. At the breaking out of tin- late war, h" owned and operated a ? attire fa 'toi v. in which bii-iue-? bewos qmte prosperous, but his lympothles were with the South and his ?pint would not be Ignobly mpprssBsd Hs raised a com? pany of volunteer? prinelpally from Washington county, Md., BUI being un? able to equip them all with horses, aff-r they had come to Virginia he lUggOSted that the company disband ami join any coniinanil tiny ?lio-e. He then accepted a position on the staff ofOen. J. K. /.'. .Stuart, a?,Captain, which position be? held until the death <>f Qon. si //'? alwayi had the courage of hit con? victions and | .?tiling i.!i.iracteri-.tii: af hi- nature WOI his loVS Of jnMi'-e and fiir play, and hi- hatred of ostentatious ?li-play or allectation of inanuf - \ i m.m of his acquaintances In Ifarylaod and I'eiiii-ylvanii hod Biors wsrm friend? and admirers. C ifi. Logon removed bit family to this placa, daring ths war and conUnued ta re-idi'here ilnoe that time. H- was en? gaged in the mercantile b isinssa unUI hi- f illlng health rendered lu a? fot liiin to relluqulsb it. Re "lined the Lutheran church i rears IgO, mil di'-d ill faith ill tin- Lor I .1. - i Chriit. The day before hrsdestli when no one slae was tu the room, be told hi- wife that he hid to go and b'nl bet an affec? tionate farew? For many years he au a member of 1 Lodge A. Y ?v a. M, an I -" long a-le-ua. ai.!?- to attend ths flseetiog?, he took a great lateros) in tin-work. lie leave-a viif?-, .ine daughter. Miss Annie, and four -on?, M, --r.. W, W. Logan, Daniel Logan, Jm. Login and Dr. Hugh M. Logan,of Roctortown. At hit own request, ho as? burled by hU lodge with whom he bod animer ruptcilly affiliated for unte than thirty years, K. V. LKl-Tiir. After many w^ek-of weary Buffering, inline with the patten?.f nil genial, bouyoat notare, Mr. Robert 1'. Leetcb, one of our widely known and tuucli liked Citizens, passed to his eternal re-t at "i.li i o'clock Wednesday morning. II?- an? i pel-?,mi of great good liunior, much kindneiiol heart, ml had won tin- friendship and regard of all our peo? ple during the year? of hi? residence among u-. >fi-. Loetoh a i? i u is ilgn writer, letterer, decorative painter, and arti-tic paper hanger, and hi? left many due ipecimeni of hi? work .through this leotion. Vr.Leeteh came to this place from Pitt.burg. Pennsylvania, many year? ago, and married a i/i-- tlckanl. of thii county, win?, with six young children, survive him. y/e was an officiel member of the Episcopal i.gregatlon "f thi and always took an active interest in all incerned the wellfare ?,i hii ebnreh. .i/r. Leetch aai i member of King Arthur Lodge, So. 75, E. of 1*.. who, with many of mir citisen? kind foi him through his long ?line-?. Tin- deepen lympathy i? f?-li through? out out community for hi- widow and little orphan children. The finiera k place Thurs day evening at ?"> o'clock, conducted by in- pastor, Kev.iir. Grammar. King Arthur Lodge. K.of P., of which Mr. Leetch was a member, waa In charge ami (he .'einaitia were 1 -a i ? 1 to re?t with the touching ?ml Impresalve ?civice of that order. RELIEFIN SIX HOURS. Diitrc?*iiig KiSney ?titl Kiaddar diaeaa* relieved in tix boaia by ".Ye? Ofttal SsntbsrB Kidney Cure " It t? s greal tar i i i?e en account of it? exceeding (ir?iiii|itnes? in relieving pain in bladder koine? sud buck, in male or female It.Iiere? retention of water almo?, i m - ni-iliatelv. If jou want relief and cur* 'hi? is theremedv. Sold by U. Schmitt, l)ruggi?t, Wood?tock. Va. Browns' Iron Bitters Red Pills A positive cure for billo'i llver, ron-Upiitlon an?l headaclie?. 1 or aala by all dealer?, full-sized box mailed for III cent?. ?Kl.?.?' ISO? Nil 1 IK? I.Q., Buriatia*, all dealers MARKET? W.OOD8TOCK, V. May '.'6 1898. Wheat.? Corn. K\e. Oata. Bacon (country) hama. " aide* and ?honlders liard. Rotter. Sg-l*. thicken? (eld). " (voung). Potatoe?, new. I? I" 40 N IS 8 e W - it Live ?t?ele Markets. Uai/hmhiik, Btaj IS, I--1" Swine?The arrivals tin. week wer? I3.M0 head. The r?-?. ipt- are aOOU 1.000 head less tliaii they were lasf week Trade is slow in all the yaul?. an, value, of last week rule now, ftS : K.u ?restera $4 76 per 100 lbs. gt?--. tbos? treat staof points 4 imsi SO, light plga under list It?*. 4a*4 .0 per 100 lbs, Sheep ami Lambs?There is a fair mi of both sheep anil Lamb? and a moder? ate demand prevails, vwihoiit aaychaogi in value from last Weeh. Sheep ?id I a! .til nut?, and BStra If cent?, for weight i anging from T.'i t?? IWIBS.; Lainh? B. If 03 for Li to 7.1 Hi weight. ?'alvea?A fair trade is reported foi reals at unchanged valu?'-, viz.: 101 cent, for weight ranged from '.alto 12? lb?. MARRIKD Oil the lUth by ltd. K. B, Shiver. Mi. dim. D. Oollssay to Mis? Fanale c, Wine, both of tilia county. Near Chaptd Grove, at the bridc'i home. atST a?M, by Kid. QOO. A. ? "pp. Mr. Harry II. Hixkui in ami Mil? Eliza Sager?both of Shcnaniloih ?-oiinly. On Mav ltd. by K.v. M ! . Carpen? ter. Mr. lohn M. I.inker ami .fi?s Mary S. Sbipi'-botb of Powell s Port. Shen. Co. \a. CASTOniA. ?Ca^^aaTH. POWELL'S FORT NEWS, We ara having a fine season and wheat is looking fine, but the fruit crop will be small through this sec? tion. Mrs. Snapp, of Frederick county, sol-ut a ui-okV visit with relatives and friends over here. Sin. Reuben Burner was taken to the lunatic asylum at Stauntou last week. During the recent high water a small ship was sunk at Baker's mill with Mr. Paul Hinker and M. H. Bakar on board. Both had to swim for ths shore. Paul says a few teet further ami he vvoiihi have gone with the currant. -Mi. A. B. Lichliter was badly hurt St bis s:iw mill last week. Mr, .1"?. Kii'kanl had tlm misfor? tune to lose a tine Jsrsey aow. Bba fell over a bank ami broke her neck. Our road ??"inniis-.ioncr hau given tin- road from this place to the rivor bridge a romp?ate dressing up. .Mi? IfolllS Ships CTOSOsd the mountain ami on the Bdmburgbridge ?he caught the June Bug ami then rotnrnea home. We wish them a long ami happy life. we are glad tossy Mm. Jennie Lichliter i- somewhat Letter. Little Pad. I.irril.u ./ ***)? so. Ctaaswreta ? ?and ? CaUiart ?-. the bums w as derf'.'i niMitcal iluco ervofUieagi |iess ant ami refreshing to tb.- taste, ait genUy an,I posiUvely on kiilneys, li?n and the en',re M Slelll. dl?|i. . ciio h'Hi<hiciie fever, liald". . oi"i bl lon?nss?. Pease buy ami in a tn?x cf ?' C.C toi!??; 10, SV. ?J.-ei,:?. - guaranteed to eure by ah U?ung?ais. ORANDA XKWs. Plenty of rain ami hot suiisliitu ore making gardiens and farms smile. It look- at this time like there will be an abundance of fruit of most all kinds. W?- are very sorry to chronicle the death of Kinaiiuel Linebiirg which occurred after about 48 hours ?ich i,,-?. Canas unknown, he was a yonngman laeniingly?i good health Friday, and Sunday morning was ? He was buried in the ceme? tery here Monday morning. Rev. Dudley nreachad his funeral. Miss Annie- Burner of Woodstock. has been visiting fiieinls here tor a \\:w ?lays. Mr. Georgs Watson has returned from Milligan ('??liege. Mia. Blanch Haussnflack of Jad* wyn is the guest of her parent? this place. Mi. S. I,, Cslobaa has been ing with Eresypelss on his face for a tea days, Mr. A. W. Miller and Mr. A. J. Rogen ara each building a bam on their farms. A fence i? being built around tho Christian Church tit this place. Once more Rev, Dudley is papa, it'? a girl this time. Rev. Woodward a very recent convert from the missionary liaptist tu the Christian faith preached two very acceptable sonnons here last week. Jumbo. Did you ever ??e better weather for the gardons? THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRLP OF FIGS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientidc proceases known to the California Fio Svkit Co. only, ami we wish to impresa upon all the importance of purchasing the true an?l original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Fu. Syrup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will ,t-?;?.t one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par? ties. Ths high standing of the Cali? fornia I'm Brace Co. with the medi? cal profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excelli-nee of its remedy. It ia far in advance of all other laxatives, a-s it ai-Ls on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weaken? ing them. an?l it does not gripe nor nauseate. In onler to get it? beneficial effects, please rememla-r the name of the Company ? CAUFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ban roAscisco, c*. LerisTiLi.r. a>. new took. m. v. H0R81 HA1SKHS, ATTKNT10N" That Highly Bred and Elegant Stallion, H&r\ry foaled ta lBef, by Clay, 477?, -lam Rid? dle, by Absraesa 2?, BToad-dam Slim?. las M Clay, jr. It,etc Kiddie, . Cha*. W". Moore, I.exiiik-ton. We V ...etloii... r l-.'.l Mai,I ,,ff!av A ?? l'lii? bons will aaoks the *e??on ?t Shenandoah Hooai tables, Woodstock, Wilson House, Stable?, Mt Jackson, and Csrrolltoa Honss stables New Market. I only want this horse to go to s limi? ted number of mare?, and prefer a better rood animals. It will pay Bay man owning a gotvd, well bred mare t?i bring her t?> this horse. TERMS Tea dollars for In?uranc*. Henry Shepherd can be accn in Wood tiiiav next, court ?lav, and at New Markt t St-?k Sale day. I08EPH Hol'.TZMAN, Shenandoah House Mar 4-tf I he aniMl?lgaad 1? now ready to ? ???ilel bhl? for conrtructlon of new Brick BSBBS building to be erected at Wood-to. k, Va., by the "?haiiaudoah County Building A Loan Aaaoelation. Hi?!?'will ha opened June 1?t, 18V8. /fid* to be for 'uiilding complete sad ready for occupancy, and to be made both with and without including heating lug apparatu?; also separate bida ou ?team heating apparatu* will be received up to that dale, latlafactory ?ecurity to be given by eonttaetor if required. Right reserved to i eject all hid*. Building to be completed by Nov. 1st, 1896. Plansand sBoeiflcation? can be examined at the office of the Aaaoelation iu W,??Istock, Va. 1, D NEWMAN, Prsa.