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WOODSTOOH. "Vjfa. FRIDAY Jl l.\, 8, I sea. I ntared at the Post Office, at Wood stock, Ya., as .?eeonil-clu?? matter. AdvertlaliiK Kate-. Advertisements will be n ?erteil at o m dollar per square of leu linea or less, foi the drst insertion, and 5? cents for eacl sob-K-Qnent insertion Keep Tour Sye on Tim. ( taw* is toc no not wish to \ coNTixra takino THF UKRAIT? ) APTKRYOl'R SUBSCRIPTION KXPIRRS ' J RKPVSK TO TIKI IT KROKI IHR POST / OPPICS AND RKQIRST THB POST V MASTKR TO SO 1NPOBM VS. It -WILL / NOT COST YOU A CKNT. E. 11. Nrwwan, Fres. S. IVtTina? Cash'r The Shenandoah County Bank Organized, ]S72. Rc-Orjrniii-r.ed l?!?s. ".???posits and Collections solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Diseoaal Rate Si?* l'er tent. J.I. Tripi rrr. I'r? s. K.M. Lajri, "; Merchants and Farmer*-' Bank, W0OMT0CK, VIB81K1A. DIRECTOR*-: w. C. Ijnitr.. J. 11. H, in? r. G. W. Miliniik J.H. Bab) iiu<l & IV K TaVENNKR \ BaUSBBBAB, AttTS, Accountssolicitcl iinl l'.-?t i?ro"iuiiio,l:itions guarantee.!. Hours i? p.naqbudbb. cash's. GENERAL LOCAL NEWS. Clothing to suit your purse can be loiiml at Yates' A t.if ?in.- of t.U.ace,. ,m hand .1 Bvtea No war tax to pay. T. (i. Locke. A a*eod ?t-coinl hand rake to li? very cheap at .1. 1). Boyar ?V Sou' A ?t-eautttul Hoe ol organdies, lawns, linen?, Ac, at F. *j. Bowman a Bro'i -1 list received a new lot of wnuian" ealf ?h.*? at ?1 ?'*,. If you want your feet to look neat and attractive, ?et a pair o? ?h.>e? at Yates'. The apple crop through tin? will be 8 very ???-lit one. ami m tlii? fruit Bill be of poor quality, Trunk?, icl.'-.-op,'., and sate bel- at the .owe-* price- at Yate-'. A few ni?ne atlBW litt- for Yate?' at strictly cost i Ladles' ?hoe- and oxfords in any sty h and shape, at F. S. Bowiuan ? Bro's. Yate? bas good tobacco and g price? for the money. The intensely hot Breather of last week great!*1 proatrated , ?..me of the sick i n this place. The Aiii:it**xirs* entertainment, by death ami sickness "t' partiea iivctcl with it, has been postponed. Vin? le i*i??r.Bo o-?? ??lie t-.r - le each, nice uni! i ? h Locke, opp. i. h Mr. Jo?. Goclienonr'sreaper bound in a sheaf of wheat a large black make, which had Its head an fastened by the twine that it could n.t release itself. ? of a purchase of 81 l-s ?loaen pall in? top oxrords. there remains 15 pairs which will a*., at Hiehty. Sheeting, bleached and unbleached, tan quarter? wide at in cent?, at Yate?', Ikiwden of near Saumavik rroin a cherry tree aomed SBrt. At la.?t a. Improving. Dk. Fkki.kkick HoFFA.Specialiston 'l.e Eye wii: be at Dr. M.S. CHne'a ? Tue?.lay. July loth. Qlaseea fur liwhed. Examination- Free. 1' ?'ii? and damsons will be raJrly plentiful in Hala oelghborlraod. Unies?: WB-taoagetssaklng rain? blackberries will be few and poor. Ton may hunt the world over and you will not rind another medicine equal t.. thatabarlaln'i (?lie. Cholera and Dial rttoea Remedy for bow,-! complaints. It i* Ipleaaant, safe and reliable. For sale by L. R. Irwin. A nice line of men- and boy-' straw a'ltl cra?h hats, we arc offering regard it. I'ouie.'uiek at ,F.8, Bowman A Bio'?. We are her*ro*tay. tie ap-to-date jtere. Ne belt worn.ut. . r.rytaininea ?n? fresh aod ?t -.rice? tin? defy com p. T <i. Look, opp. e. li Caildrei al>ayssr* e? wer.? held in the colored church here Sunday. A eon ?iderabl* imiuberof colored visitors were present from Mi. Jacksoo, Strasburg and other points. T?te? ?ix and ".even tent dark call coe? they ara now aslllag at ive cent?. For Boise or Colt'i Distemper cm Cough, for Heave?. lor thick wind, for ' worms, lo?? of appetite or tB Improve the | genera! condition of your horse use ttlr Best RoraePswdsr Ed. Msgnider keepa them, they are Reliable. An iii?l.r*ce,lei,t* 1 ?sie of liirlit ?liirt? leavt me with a few otld llzt-a. ?huh . Kiehey, All the machinery for Bitahong'i new Itsasa laundry ha- irrived and il rapi I ly being put up We aupposs they will be ready for work in a -hort time. Don't finget Yates' l'iedinout cotton, live cent? a yard. 'Hiebest of all ! who say? SB? Why everybody who ha? ever u?e.l Dr. Peter? ?Bisaparilla, ?ay? il b.-at? them a ?iileinlid Blood i'uriiierand Blood Toaic and cost? niilv Mk when the othen a dollar. Sold by Ki>- Maukiukk. Glassware at Yate?' will please you in ?lyle and quality. All fi?ieoriraiulie?, percal?, ami tim-irinirhiim* llltht oo The slight rain of Monday ami Mon? day night broke the lateaasly bsatad term and we can now begin to life again. Many persona in this place -uflered very much from the terrible heat of last week and Sunday, -..me being quite sick. GI a ?s and stone jars ?n any ?i/., al-o tin can? at low price-. F. S. /-owman A Bro. For calicoes you cannot make a mis? take by going to i*. L. Yates A Son. E C. Blank., of Lewi.vill?. Texa? aritss that one hoi of D.Witt'? Witch Haiel Salve was worth $50.(30 to h i in It cared his dIIm ot teo years ?taoding. II. adTifx?* otb.rs to try it. It also cuma et/?ma. ?kin dlseatM. anaolk.tia.tr sures. L. R. Irwin. AH of our 15 cent organdies are now r-?du?5ed to lOcents. It you want a cheap, ?celty dress goto Yates'. BARGAINS IN (It THING. The Haiti.mue Cloth] ; rompan) which mad.' so many tales at the MS grudar ballding, opposite postofllec ii N ?..i.??lock, will have 000 ?nit? for sali at the Old Stand, on J/onday, July lltl court day, and will be pleased to set their old ?hienas and the public g? neral? ly, If you want a good suit, at alow price, cil; to ?see us and we will guaian !<?!? you satlsfact?ou These -nod- unisi be sold even if lln-y bring but OTO hall their value. Remember thai ibis jale will last but one day. ('unie i-ailv and avoid the rush. Baltimokk Clothi.no Co. upp. the Postofflce. Mr. Obed Coliman and Miss Addie R. fiattsenaan, Woodville, Va., were mar? ri??1 duly 3d, 1898, by Rev. ?>. II. Rhodes. fates' tell the best two for fit i on the market. They would readily bring live ci nt?. Fine rains visited van the county Monday, bat Woodstock and vicinity, where it has been exceedingly ? une time, was visited by a very iwer. Our stock of sheet are complete and we defy anyone to beat us In quality or price. P. L. Tatet A Son. X. 1!. Schmitt, ??I Woodstock, ?me of the ni?'?t prominent druggist? in the lower V'a?cy. aras in thecity today, Mr. Schmitt is an ardeni cyler and made a portion of th? trip to Staunton on bis wheel, ? StauHton Record, Aeompl ? ii.iai merchandise at rock isiituin ptices.come In and gel my ??rices before buying elsewhere. Vou can save money i . GMb or trade taken In exchange ii Locke, opp. C. ll. During a rough and tumble tight at a colored festival at Mt. Jackson, re? cently, Bob Neely attempted to nse s pistol ou Tom Banks, another colored man. but wa? knocked down before he could ?hoot. Justice Roller lined Nealy twenty dollars, and as he did not have the money he was sent to the Jail here fur thirty ?lay?. Ho you ?vaut bargains! P. !.. Yates ?y Sun are i ieir goo la at ?boit profita Try them before buying. Bol> 1/??re, at LaKaVStte, I ml , say? thai l<>r cou.tipation he has fon?i?l I)e ?vut'is Little Earlj Riser? to l??? perf? t. I hey nevei gt i"* IV? them for stomach ami liver iioubles. L. U. Irwin. If you ??ant to get the highest price for y our produce and get your good? at -: price, next Monday, go lo Yate?.' rbonsand? ol persona hav? been sated sf piles by asina D-tWitt'? Witch lli/-l Save. It beala promptly sod cures tczetaa and all ?kin die?-?? ?? 1 iiumeiliate recel. !. K Irwin. Mr. M. T. Cooper, formerly of Edinbnrg, but iiow of Frostburg, Md.,and Mr. K. II. Pascoe, Sup't of nsolidation Co's Pumping Shaft, of Krostlmrg made us a ant call last Wednesday. W? are glad to know that Mr. Cooper is do? ing weil in his new home. Baveyouseen those light and dark cts. a yard! I paid ?even ?'cut- for some Just lik?- them. P. !.. Yate? .V Son. 81ok leaila'h", Inlii'.iNtiess constipativa ami ?II li?er snd ?tonisch tron?le? can be tjaickly cur.-u by nsinjf, th.'?.- l'an.m? Utile pilla km.?vu a? DeWitt'? Little riiev are ice.??!!! to take anil never grips. L tt, Irwin. Rev. Mr. Yeakley. of Winchester, an evangelist ol the Christian FForkers, pitched hit? tent on the commons near the depot here hint week, and has sloce been holding nightly service? si therminister, who we believe is f: "in Penn?y ?? Rev. Mr. Yeakley seems to be a sin? cere Christian ami faithful worker, and , we hope lie will receive the encourage? ment ?nd support of all our people. W? understand he i? dependent upon the contributions ?>f hlshearera for support, and a- he la a faithful worker foi g ?tten. ?I. I?. Boy er 4 Son have Just received another lot of the celebrated Anchor buggies ai??l ?urries. These g?>?.?l? are the beston the market, and can not be : in quality and finish. i pay the highest prices for all kind? of country produce, on court day. r. 8, Bowmau ?.? Br... The editor of th? Event Cii.v, l'.i?. Qlobe, writes, "One Miiiate Gongfa L'or? named. Iteomd lay children ?(?1er all other renie.be? failed." I' cue? eoogbs, ooldl ami ad ttir.iat and Inag iroul.le?. L. K. Irw Id. Mr. Da-il II'. Maphi?. of near Ml. Olive, one of the widely known and prominent citizens of this county, had s narrow escapa from a terrible death s few dav- ago. While mewing grasa one day in the latter part of last week be waa thrown from his seal on the machine directly in front of the rapidly moving knives. By some means, ?>?? l of miraculous, the cutter bai passed over him instead <>f dragging him along and c-'tting him to pieces, and al? though lie wa? cut In so many places, that the attending surgeon. Dr. Brown, of Tom*? Brook, ??a- obliged to use tortv stichesIn closing Dp th?- wounds, we are Informed that hi? Injuries arenal likely n? prove serious II waa a truly wonderful escape from death or terrible and lasting injury. The working aboe .earn behind, at $1.20 ??ill toll you. Call at Yate?" and examine. Remember the great sale of cloth? ing si Woodstock on Monday July llth, court day. It will last but one day. We refer you to our hundreds of customers who bought from us this season. Yon cannot afford to miss this great chame. Come curly ami avoid tbe rush, as WS have great bargains. Five hundred suits must be Bold at less than one-half their value. BaLTDIOSB Ci.<>.ins?. Co. Are you dyspeptic, ?nfler from bad digestion, poei appetite, soar ttoaiaeh challe, headache, can't enjoy anything you eat'r The ?VWBDISH Bl?TBBSS Brill cure all that, Kl>. Ma<;ktji>KK keeps them. Mes bottle. Even if you don't want to buy we would like you to see our nice lot of fruitaMonday, court ?lay. It ?sail fresh, too, sod wsj down in price. It i? hardly neoasaary i<> tell you that | our lunches are the best that can he. gotten up. They are B ?.piare meal, and only a little money for tliem. We also have plenty ?of fresh vegetable? right from thegi iwers. All at C. \V. Newton's Baker} snd Confectionary. Our groceries ???e sold almost at coat. i PL. Yates ASon. PERSONAL. Mr. Chas. Miller, of Edinburg, spent the 4th with hla.parents In thlsplaoe? 1 Un (?en. Slin.'key anil cliil.l are ?-.sit ing her father, Mr. .1. II. Rode Her. Miss Clara ffaaintan la visiting the Misses Rlnkar, of this place. Mi ssrs. Hugh ami Harry Riddlcberger. I of Washington, D. c, ?pent the 4th here. Mr. Frank H. Riddlcberger i- visiting 1 his sister, lfrs.M. rF.Magruder, Mrs. Sallie Miller, of Washington, is visiting relatives in this place. Mi-- fVelllS Hoshonr retnrue.l Monday from a visit to friends, in Strasburg. Vli?~ .?.illli? sch?tter!), ?>t ii.'nr Stuuntiiii, i? Ina- ii'iisin, >?rs. Jacob Shoekey, at the BhoOBSV Ron??, m.rtli Main street. Mrs. Ool. J. C. Ilaker li'ft Kit.lay '?. tpentl s,me time with her liiislmii?! nt l'iiiii|? Culm lain?-. Jacksonville. Ftortda. Mi.?? l.on Baker, who has been visit? ing relative? in Richmond, returned to her home hen- Tbnrs day. Miss [dress Wallace, of Missouri, is the guest of her friend, Miss Msj Magruder. Mr. and Mis. .lame? Marshal 1. of Washington, are visiting hi? parents 00 SOUth Main street. Mrs. Boush, of Alexandria, is visiting her daughter Mr.?. M. .1/. Moore, at Mt. Jackson. Mrs. P. G. Fravel and children are V.altlng Mia, /"? mother, Mrs. Lucinda Few. ?.?i.? Baute Peyton, of Front Roj i . spent l?verai days with Miss Nannlt Bird Col. E. K. Stickley and son Meredith, lefl last week to attend the Virginia State ntiui at ? lid Point Comfort, Va. Oarrett Carter, of Washington, l>. C, nt the 4th with friends hero. Mr. John Wenger, of New York, is vliitinghit lather. Mr. Jno. W. H of Uli?' place. President Dreher, of Rosnoke College spent Wed in -.?day with R.v A. \ . J, Bushong, oi this pit Mi-s Ethel, daughter ?if Col. B. 1'.. Stickley, left last week to vitit Ml Hyatsville, Md, Mi?s Maggie Dysart Is vltltliig her brother, Mr, J. A. Dysrrt, of north .Vain -ire.t. Mist l/argaret Martin lefl Wednesday for Staunton t?> ri-ii her father. Mr. I!. J!. Martin, of that city. We are glad to know that Mr. W, M, Kronk, editor of the Mt. Jackson Jour? nal, who had been tick f?.r a weekor moil, is able to lie OUI again. Messrs. .Herbert ?flier and Fred. An? derson lefl Monday for Nashville, l'enu., to attend the National convention of Y. P. ?. I . E. Mr. Jacob Ellck.nf I.may. Mrs Hugh Morrison, of Harrlsenbutg, and Mr. W. II. Storm ??ere present her? attending th? funeral of ?Vr.Jno. V. . Elicit. Mr. and Mrs Ed. W. Magmder returned Wednesday, anil were most pleasantly entertained by the groom's parent's the same evening. !/i?s I? ra Brvant, Principal of the Clifton Forge Seminary, after a \-i?it of several weeks to friend? In tin- county, returned to Clifton Forge,last Thursday. returned 1 fin! trip to the Natural Hri i. i interest ?n Virginia. Mr. L. Wagner, thi list, and ?vile, are the guettl M brother, Mr. W. T. William?, at the lat? I home In : part of I .Vr?. Lizzie It. Myers, who died at her home neu- Forettvllle, thi- county, on June 117th, was ani.ee ,,f Hr. P. s. rt'.ddelle, Mrs. John Koontz and Mrs. Ella JsTantz, of near Woodstock Mr, I?-. C. Reshour left last *'?"! nesday. having secured a good position i.n the Slate faun through linn. I M. Bauserman. The faun I? located about jo mllet (rom Richmond. Mrs.'Theodore Rodeffer returned on Thursday, of lust week, from a riait to her daughter, Mrs. Alonzo M. Kuh'.!', of White Post, Clarke county. Prof. T. A. Shaffer and daughter were at Lebanon last week. Prof Shaffer i? an excellent music teacher and bas a number oi pupils now taking lessons upon the violin, a.? to Mr. Shaffei '? tue? cess, in this Una, it ?? only necessary to hear his little daughter,Misa Lidia, who is only nine years of age play ?m the violin. Mr. Charles Hoshour and ?? Clebourni rived here )l evening io visit his parents and family at hi? old home here. Few oi our w. d ttock boys are more warmly welcomed back to tbe old town than our friend Charlie, who has s host of friends hers. In the few short years that he hs in rezas be bat met with tigaal - and now ranks among the leading build in. contract? ?ra of that state. Hm yonr hat'les a ainst ili-iasHi t?y ac tiag proatptlr. Oas Mlauta Cough Car? lilinliue? in une, l?ate lesili Is. WbBB lllk.il earl? It. pievents BODCttpStl-fl Aid i li later stau??? it I'uinikhe? pniiiii?t relief 1. It Ii win Our clothing department i? popular, because we sell them cheap and mak? good lit?. In fact if we can't give y..u lit?, try ?orne one ? P. ... Y'ate? A Son. Mr. C. L. Rubrooek. a druggisl ai Meiidon. Mleh., says all of the good testimonial that have been pnbllshad '.y the manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Iliarrboea Remedy COUld be duplicated la that toivn. For sale by L R.Iriiiu. T.i-i tumtaer one of our grand-chll iireii aras tick ???tl. s severe bowel irmi ble," wys Mra. E. <?. Oregoay. of Frederlckstown, Mo. "Our doctor's.eui adyhad failed, then ws ttied Chambers lan'a Colle Cholera and Dhtrrhoea, Remedy? which gave rerr speedy re? lief." K??r ?ah- By L. R. Irwin. ll'hen you came to town next Mon? day, don't forget to call at Val?-?' Tin? ?rill be jflad to see yon. SHOE SALE. All the isl'l? ami emls. nul) MOOT two pairs Oft kill,I ? nt ?lllll'S. Hll'l Wl.rtll lllllllll?' tin price I wlllH?k. Th!? lot were fl.i SI.Ill to fcLMnow :?it?.|i..Mi. ni? i??>. BREAD 1 BREAD ' Mi?. EL I". Leetcti bskea fresh bread, Huns. Rolla, Ac. 00 Tm-'hiy, Thursday and Batnrdsy. baked to order at any time. CAMPNOTES. CAMP Sl'BINOKlKI.D. MU! lA( ksii: VII.LE. Fi.A. .Iacksonvim.k. Fil., .lii!r I, Vi? This i? the fourth" and the soldiers are makii Dnparstiona lor a grand parade ih thieevening. There ??-ill h?.about 11.0 In line, aad probably the largest erou that lia- ever been in .laek-onvil! Grand old (ten. Fltxhugh Lee will lie the proccMlon. It ha? been very dry here for fa necks, l.nt now (8,80 a. in.) we are h;i Inga nice rain which will make it mm plesaanl far marching ihi? evening. ('nil!. .!. i\'. Magrnder armed i camp Saturday nigh! and could yon ha? -ecu the crowd around hi? ten! Bunds morning you could then have (orme some Idea how much the bo?,- love an respect their captain?in lad all th oilieer- of Co. A. We are living here a one family, with no brawlsor dlatm hauces among onrselves, There la n truth in the report thai Joe, Lsughlli and Frank CUli 111:111 had a diliiculty llit'V are th.- !,e-t of fiien.l- and in tin language ol Jos. "living well and dolu-j well." VThenihesetwoboyi retara ti Woo.i-toek they will commsnd -*bli money,*' ai they have developed Int? first clasa cooks, as per example tor "tea yesterday, among ether delieaciee, w? had pot-pie. Afici estlng ii then wsa noi a member of the company bul was sick, I mean home-sick becansu il (the pie) reminded m of the pot-pie- oui mother? used to hake-nit. ! the nio-i lui-v men in camp il i,?. If. Clem, and were ?t not for him I am (earful thai the boya won!.I not emu a? fataathey are doing, The water li ?imply elegan!.|sul|>hur, and i- (uriiisbed (r.a -?? (umiih ed to each company which baa an In? dividual tank. Our bath room isone ofour greatest and In order f ?r one to keep clean, he should -pen I at leas! .:i hours ?ut of every 2-1 houra in the bath. The land is from 4 to 8 Inches deep on the regular -irct- and roads. Considerable excite men! wai ? id in camp yesterday evening when -rune -?wag" posted on the bulletan board that orders to go to Cuba al onoe nid ju?t li.1 received al headquarter? but u|. investigation this, '.?kc mosl other report* was found to i?- .1- (aise. The health ol the entire camp 'here being only a few in the hospital. V'erj Irequcnth however we hear ol -??.I i.\ eating too nu. li w.ntcrm? Ions. :'. iker who had been ill! lor a few 'I.i?- h 1 ?overed. IVhllal Col. H'.-t lloahour ii growing more corpulent each day and iay* he would lie perfectly happy if lie I "llllppl" Keller hele \??'!| lim. Al! the buy- - indo di isem lappy ai : hu? if yon eould them run. when ihey hear the ?vele une call "f m ?il (orCo. A. Y.m tvould know thai there were loved .ne? al home ??? .?!.t the oilier hand have n Saturday evening an exciting gan.f was played between H ood ?tock and //arrisoiibtirg resulting Ina fictory for tVood'tock by u ?core 13 to 7. Batteries (01 W.Istock ?!'..' Laiighliu ind W., :' irinche.t. ilsyed hi-11-11 il e.ioil game as did all the my-, bon'l think thai all .? time i ipenl inhaving (un. "rVearenow under pline and we . being hemmed In closer and i.-. r. 2nd sergant Saml. L. SI.1/ is noa icting 1st seegant with a strong proh? ib? I i ty thai the promotion will be per II,ill.Tit I just talked with Lieut. Knlealey and Jam. ( lowei who -ay they are well and isppy and are li avlng a good time. The greatest excitement ye! was the Horning ?hen the new- came t" camp bal Santiago li id (a lien, and ?? I ?gainst the, rule- to have an* disturbance n camp (rom retreal until rev? Iki -'Banquo's ghost" the boys would lot down at the bidding ol the officer, her after (?111 el rent the air, bands ?layad, guns were fire?! aud there waa a reneral rejocing. There i- nol a dlapondenl boy In all lamp Cuba Libre today. Tomorrow li iay day. 1 eannol mention each and every boy in ?amp or the messages ihey ?end. bol all f lb-in incidentally remark that an Ither consignment of g.1 thingi fr.nn A".Istock would be gratefully sp iredated, and that if Dave Orablll and lie re-l ,,f tlie -,'.....1 people B ill again ?II eresl themselv?*s, thai as a memento .( the eriiei ?viir endsneviden..f ap? preciation,each boy ail! -end the donors Spaniard and a li?e alig?tor. Our new brigadier. Den, Ustbrauch, took em 11 u inn.! ..f our brigade on Friday. Col J. ('. Baker i- no?? in command if the m.id regiment and Lient. ? amp bell i- limply adjutant Instead si An.'t Ail.i'i General. The authorities ieem to be exeritin*? themselves to have ui fully equipped for the Held. This would ?eein to indicate that they expect us to do -nine work before long. Jfarh Stephenaon, of our oompsny lias been quite sick with fe\cr. Ilei- lit.? hotel, in Jacksonville and i? ??eil cared for by ?oui.- ladles. Private Kitchen, of ('?. A. accidentally cut oil'one of lii- linger? while splitting kindling ?v.1. Our first I.ieut. ha? a Koilac and will be aide to entertain hi* brisada with pictures of all the Interesting acensa in camp, after 'we go mar, hing 1.ie." The boy- Beam to have a regular bsbbIs for having pleturei taken which Ihey -end tO th* dearly l.e!..ved. at home. They liiu-t re. t ivecliilence? of appreii iilii.ii. a? ttie days roll by, the idea of play? ing soldi er l? gradually ell'aced and we begin to realise that there li lomething really eai 1.e-t about a ?oldiei '? life. it,,, longer we are away from home the ?tionger we liud the lie that bind- u- to those whom WS have left. Could I pre? sent the thoughts of the ?oiiifr- on can? vass, alna-tenthsesT ??asas would be sir caatlss painting tas plaasunii whlefa wa expect to enjoy when we return home. 'I'll?- sombre ihadei ol the pl?tora repre? sen! the tle'-t 1 m: t-Boaghl thai it i- pasaible that -oine (if 11- may never again enjoy 1h.1t pleaaars. But ttr-aaa bib di BS rapidly a?iliev appear and we en? tertain oiir-elve- with th? more eater taining vi-ion? of a bright future in the dear old Sheiiatidoah Valley Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. ?Bjua POWDER Absolutely Pure BASIS? KwDf? CO., ??s. VOSS. Letters To The Soldiers The PostofBcs Department asks i in tin- press to give ibis notice an Insertion or two: ?Friends and relatives of soldiers In the Heldin addressing letters to them, thould mark plainly the company .md State rogimenl t<? which they belong, as by doing s?, the distribution ol the mail will lie fai-ilitated. Thi? applies !" bOtfa ill?- regular troop? and th? milita rol un ^4^1-1.V14.-144^ ? LEE BARGELTS l Cream Parlors are non open lin' th?- season, Ci i on band at all times families supplied at si notice A lind line of fresh can ?li?'- always on hand, all the leading brand? cigars am! tobacco. J%J*\^*)^?l+t.K.*i*'?* **,+!+ '-. ' aear Ml i ?? week Mr. Funkhou little t 11r ? ' ' hand, ? Dr. Brown, r>l ? $100 Reward $100. The reader? ol this paper ? learn thai ease th it ?, lenes Im? been ?ble t.. cure In all tarrk Ha - Catarrh Cure i?tii?'.iiiij- positive ?run known t?? the m. illoal 1. ? i jiur. 1.1 const ment. 11 I I are 1? taken acting directly upon the blood and muoou* :. thereby deetroj Ing the fouDdation ..' the dis? .-? . by bulldiDB up Hi The proprietor? bar? -?? mu.ii faith In Its , n m hi.- powers. Unit theyoffi 1 ? m? H1111.1 r. si 1 .1111 case 1 Inn n fail? t?. eure. Send for llsl nl tcstltsa Address I .1. ?u KM.v \ < ?... Toledo, O, - '?'??'. lisll'i : re Hi. i"-si. C-VST-OIII-A.. ^r?2^< Sp Mr. Ailain Bernshlre, bead miller at the Valley StST Milla, ?m Hie nur uca r tawn, celebrated the it li by ?hooting willi a rifle, from the iron bridge,a large carp thai ??a? ????mining in the river below, after wounding ii badly Mr. fternthire ran into the stream ami ?grappled with it and after a hard struggle in which hi- got pretty Well waked he got it to ?bore, where ?i ?as fourni lo weigh ten pound?. A number 1 f ladles and gentlemen, who aers pic-nldugalong the river, wereln terested watehsrss ai Mr. Bernshlre't fight witii the big fish. Iti-iniii-KiiMc ici-seul'. Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plaiufield, III., makes the ttatemeut. thai she oaughi .-.,:,1. ahich aettled on her lung?; "he ;.'.! fin a month by her family pbytictan, bul grew worse, lb- told her -he waa a hopeless rtet'm ??f eon?.p t i < > 11 ami thai ne medicine could cure her Her drngaista aiiggested Dl. King'a Sew Discover] tor Consumption; the bought .1 in,it!?' and t?lier delight found hcr-eif ii.'iic?teil fr.first dose. Wie continued ?t? use ami siter taking ?ix battles, found herself sound and well;; now doea her own housework, and is as ?veil a? the ?ever was?free trial bottles <>f ihi? Qrest Discovery at It. ?Wunltt't Drag Sime. Larga bottlea 90ca)htsand $1.00. When rinlir ?w sick, wo gave her Castor?. ?When ?Is,? ?rasa C'liill, she rrl.sl f..r ?'?.?Uirla. v.li.iii-i."bssaaa?Si!??, ?hodun?? to I'listoria. Whon ?ho L?d ChUJreu. ?be gase-ln'iii Cantoriv NOTICE TO TEACHERS. Theappllc.?? "f Teacheis fort I stork firsde?) Heboil ? ipiinitl All. IMS. Ni,?|?l?lie?!l0lis ??'III l?ee??|isii|en ,1 Itltll-lll.' from tliHi'iniiit? Superintendent I.IN l(. 111 vv I s. j. w. maim IN. Car. ItiickliMiH Arnica Witt?.?'. I he ll.-si SiUn in Hi? ?erid Inr Cm?, I'l.-ei-, Sail i.li.nni l'.?er Soi*?, Teller, CliSjiiieit llsnd?, VliilhUlu?, Cell.?, ami ?'I Mkin Kr,i|.iii>n?, and BBS I nes Pile?, or uo pay reipmeil II s .?iiarstilwMt to jive purleet ???isf >et n?o i money remullid I'm? ?M i3et.it per oi. for sale br H. iicbmitl. Don't Wait for Disease to arrive into the the house before using disinfect? ants, but use them now. Crude Carbolic Acid I II cts a pint Refined " " 50 " " " Chloride Lime in cans 5 to i 5c. ' Copperas 5 cts. Ih Bromo Chlornlum aS cts. bottle. Napthaline 15 cts. ih. lar in cans 5 to -10c. B. SCHHITT, Druggist. Woodstock, Va, ?a ?? *e>**-s eaa aa?eaeae?>e?e>*H '1 (.ire . .Mi.ripari.in I or, \ r. ('I'UIJAR.. BBS. BBBBS ill 1 si it '?>', wb' 111 her -.,11-iii law am' and Mi-. Hez I'.: ? I 1 :'". She was in her 74th year, an.! liad been ? it ot which - the sail - M ? chu re h Sont!: and il il ' ' II I! I re laid to - ?its- ?nmi: rrssHoi'SBB. ? number family, ' R. 1?. Punk - ? - ? 1 I'.IIN II . KIT. K. Mr. .1 . died "T Thursday night, .lune 30, ai ttistiome in title pla ???. lie had been confined to the hou*. las! ii.Ti.l.ei. when he ivas paralyse I It leved at lira! th it lie would re cove rowing to hi- strong constitution, bul for -eve,-a! mouths prior to hi- death it was apparent thai il ??a-only a ques? tion of a brief time when the end would come, The day previous t.. dlst lined another paralytic shock, (rom which he never rallied, II is - Into a state of coma, passing away un coiisious, Mr. .-.ii'-k was born on September 11. 1850, in W.l-to"k. He was a ?on of Frederick and Barbara Blick. Ile spent lii? entire life here. He learned the trade of a tinner and had only a short while before being taken ill em? ba? k.'.l In business (or himself. rio- deceased was (or a long time a m. inl.er of the Lutheran church, lie ?? .1- a consistent Christian, an exemplary man in all hla walk-, a m m who held the esteem of .?11 who knew him. Be wai devoted t., hi- family, au affectionate husband and loving father. Mr. Elick married Mi--Mary I Storm ml one child, a daughter, re? sulted (rom the union. They wen- in constan! attendance npon bio during his longil?neas. Ifr.Elickis also survived by three listen and two brothers. The dineral took place on Friday after? noon from the Lutheran, church, Re. A. A. J. Buthong, hi- pastor, officiat? ing. B. One ,1,?nute CouRii Cure, cures. That I? what It was made lor. TEXT BOOKS. t !.k committee will i the I2th and we m al lincerely hopa will give '? which Southern parents are willing to place into the band- "t their children. We w ml our children t" betaught Ihe true bist Iheir country and nol have Iheir minds filled with sectional ?lander- :i- h fore. The B. F. Johnson tiebmond have in! ? laption ""Hid save th.'iis well a? provide the children with the best "I lex! 1 ,1 m.u laa.il? '..air I lit .'.?a?. ? 1T1 in. 1 Irce. A litres IN MMOBIAM. In lovlnf i-eroembtanoe of our dear father ? liiuce, who departed tal. life one year arro to |oln many loved onea in that pteraal have i?l real Heaven. 1 leu 11.years shall roll, Anil ?.- shall he uuti tii"?.- that rwt. ?. h Itliin Hie i.inil.. .1 feu inore stronli - 1 1 ?? ? more partlnai A t.??- neu' toil-. 11 torn toon I And ?' shall wetiu no more. Hi- ?iii'i-i.? our dauaater Bell. Bruce Don ai'ii.ni. Jin? .'.ih isaa, DeWitt's Little Harly ??sers, 1 ne t taaaas Bttss **???*? Excursion Catholic Sunday Schools Fishers Hill. July 16. I*'14 K ?r t|:. asion the Southern Railway will sail ticket- from Front Bsrrtsonburs snd intermediste MatliiBI U> K!?lier'? Hill ai oaa tare lor the round trip tickets, SB BSls JbIj IBttt, , iiirniiu' that date only. . ...ri Itou^^? M Mil*?lnirij, Pa, ?? a UtaSfltl'. LltUa Rari? K i ?er .re ihr ii?*,t 1 a.il? lie eier u?*iii In Ma family ilur <ud tot 1 v vean? of bi.nae keepil g I'liej ame 0OO?tl|i?ti"i?, ?ick tira.la. ht? ?nd ?lu.liai b .ml ItSSS trouble.. Small to atSS butgreai iu reauita, L. B Irwin. , Powell's Fort News. || We haya basa hsvlog the borest and dryesi spell ??f araather we ban- ever est* |..| leie .-.| at lilis ??-ii-oli .if t.i" \ ?HI . lili'gar.li'ii.? are aliuo-t drie 1 up, anil m n blade? are the shape ?<f ? I ? The Herald want.'d lo know what had beeosas of its correspondants, whether they h;ul gone to Cuba or not. Ma, we ar<-having war nearer home, and we di?l not get away to get any new?, but we think it i.? about to an end now as c.-ii. Boiler waa called into ??-trie the ?ill air. Perhaps the hot weather will in ovei soon and we can get out to get ssors lie??, /t has beSa SO awfully warm for the women to -pend th? day with tln-ir neighbors ami thus give and gather up tin- news? Children's Day wUl be held at Dry Kim next Saturday, am! on Blinda) ReV, D?afllemoyer wUl hold an all daj steel? ing at lin -ame plaeS (lu tin- first Sunday ?if next month th. MethodlStS Brill have an all ?lay -ervice at the Crass I.oaili. Key. Kotiert Golladay ami wife, of Baltimore, tpent alunit a week with his mother and other relative? her.. Mr. L. Ritenourhas asios little girl vi-itm at bis ?souse, who tormi ta make herself very mu-h at home, We -ire glad to ?ay that Mr-. Call?n, i win? has been ?i?-k for te loo . i? now impioviug. Mr. James Coverstone and Misa i i . Clem wars married about four weeks ago. Linie Pud nttar ^rt ? HYDROPHOBIA. A the ira. Rash died m effort t . bite -? ..-. a 11 rai.i'l dogs have i,e?-ii reported in this section of the county. The authorities ? a to pay no attention t?> it. it a a well establish??! tact that ral bave left their homes and have wandered ?inty attacking otb mala, bat no attention baa been them except when private Individ?ala follow ami kill them. Altai - with thi? terrible we may exp tlon "ii the part of the couoty suthoritiet as we are informed, Mayor Rodeffer, of k. Is the only official in the county, who ha? given the attention. II? very properly and very . ? to be kept off the it I The prompt the B??ard of inty, but n - at thi? time may be t II iwad I Powell's Fort Pickings. li -.'in- as if the >'"ri'e?p?.ii'l?'iit- of thi? -.'.'non have a!! ?lied or been driven iff by the warm weather so I will ?ml tmall budget of newt. Rev. Mr. Reeve? filled his regular sp pointmenta at Cross Roads and Promis? ed I.ami Sunday, There will be a i.usb meeting stCross Roads on the tirst Sunday in August ?ting by Rey. Re.-ves. 'l'h.; threshing machines have com ineaced their work hulling out thi ??n grain. I.?ink?.nt. boys...id widowers an- get? ting ahead ?..f you. There is one at Dllbeck who was married about four weeks aud even his nearest tslghbora teemed m be Ignoran! of the fact, if you don't watch them very closely, boy-. rhey are sura to marry them on the sly every time. I,' istUS. the ?var emls pretty soon Mauiitiui will have an artillery com? pany in th?- ?eiviic. If it should make s? grand a record as Imbodea's hasous old Staunton Battery did in the Con? federate Bcrvice the people of llnit .-it} could ??"ii !..' proud .?f them. One Minute Coug.i Cure, cures. That 1? what It was made loi. $100? Dr. E Detchhn's Anti Diuretic \i.? be worth toyoa atore lhaa MOSl ilion have s '.-luid who ?nil? (redding, li ?in IniiiiiiteiieliCO ?if WBtar during -leeji. ? Cure? .ild ami fOBBf ?like. It arrest?1 "? tiinili'e at once. |1, .Sold liy t?, 8oh .nit, l)ru?;gi?l W i,oil ?lock Va. The N j Bank, "i Staun reduced its capital t'r..in | ? 0. This action was taken 11 - cause the hank found it impossible t?. loan ?mt all its lands at a pruiit. This tern to ladlcate thai neue !? after all. K,in,me ?our Mswati iv.Hi Dsatwraaa, . ? ill Ulli . i ?:, . Uk'.SSe. IfCCC ftiU. urn..- -i?r. t :i,l nioiir:' DIED. Mrs. Rom Ann Bowers departed thi? life Jue38th, INS; seed 77 year?. 11 . i ! ?'S days Mr?. Ii. ??a-a fui 1i fni consistent member of the Lutheran ! chincli fora iiuinl.er of year?. She lefl In.in.- lo vi?it aiming her friends; but wa? , tuddenly stricken oown br paralysis at ' the home of Mrs, Bowman aud lingered IS days, and then passed away t?> her eternal rest-home, Truly can we say of her, Hi.I an the dead that die la the Lord, for tiny rest from their labors _II. MA KKET8 Woodstock, V? July ? :? - Wheat.S TO Corn. lu Rye. so Oats. % Hacoii (country) lis in?. 12 " side? and abonlders_ 9 _ard. Butter.|. li? Kgee. 10 Chicken? (old). <? " (voung). lit 1'ot.itoe?, Dew. 71 Live Stock Markfcta. Hai.timokk, July i. : Swine Arriva!? thi? week, Ct.017 head. There is ancMe?? in the receipts over last week of 1,100 hsad. and, this being i holiday, all the markets here Brs MOW. Hog? generally are ah.?it lile loaran far waatara, H Mae 40, ami thoss fnuu other point?, tl I0?4 _??. ami light, with verv light talaa, H aoal M per liH) pounsd, ?hoiving little or no change. Sheep snd Lamb? ?There I? quite a ? heavy run, about ;.'l") carloads, mostly I lamiS. Sheep .ire steady, common ?ell-| lug serf slow st liai ?tats, anda few ?Mr., \\ cent-, with weigSt varying at j 7."> ;>? ISS pomol?. Lambs are very dull, ami ?.-ii at le tale lower vataas, tat weight? of 80 to Te pounds, 5a5j cents,' and extra, (!<-. i Calves?Veals are very dull and lc | oil. For weight!? of Ho to ].10 pounds ,iu: talions are 4a.*)Jc. NEEDMOHE NEWS. We regret to ?ay ttat Mr. ?auiue! H.lel, wii. of our oldest a (it! br.t known citizen* mi.tidied a severe strike ot p.r.l yaix nu ?-V.dll red a y lii.'onii( about 10 .?'clink. He waa sitting iu the hooa. at the nine, and the stroke affected the entre nghr aida, ?ad be i* iu a cntical conditinn. The tool of Mr. Malph *-piga'e'a kiteb [Bl tire Monday morning and tiia i "til was ilr.tnneii eetore the ISBBi-S ?ere eitingiii.brd. The origin ot .be tire is uukuowa as the lire started in a comer BWSjf lrum tbe Hue. It wa? a iiaiinw e?c?i-e for Mr. Sniggle? r.aid.oce as the kitch.ii cloaely adjoined it. Fo?in? nately Mr. W. M. Hottei discoverwl lb? lire in lime to ?ave 'b. building-. Mr. Splgf-le s.eius to be rather unfor? tunate ot late, a? some scoundrel .oterad Li? smoke In-unc Thursday nigbt. of i??t week and ?tole a tiaiu, sbuoldsr aod on? middling, just half of Mr. fpigglr's stuck of bacon. Tbe Tramp. Cii-vSiTOniA. NoT Tit IK. ?it was published in unions papers in this county that Judge Anderson, of AReghsny eounty. ata fined for running hi? wheel on a pai e i ment In \Yoo.l?t<,ek. Judge Andei son -ay? that tlie tirsi lit- knew about ?t was set-un; the report in aome paper. The Kecortler oi the town in t'ortn? us that there was no truth whatever in the report. The snaka editor of the New Maiket rideatly intends to ladpe ttas - in tlie very ?tart. He -ay? Jfr. ? ox, of the firm of Cas it Blea, n ? .iih-ioue?. killed '.i- ?iiake? while working in tha harvc?t said on? day last week. Such a broadside i? enouch to knock the -make man of the H alsaes tss hi- able aa ?i-taiit, Jfr. Jake Punk to bal wobbly oil lii? pi ! , week, I ? '?/: John w. Elick.who had been ill for turns months llj -.- Mr. Klick -pent all Ins lan in every I ths highest ? 111 an ' ? THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS La due not only t.? the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific pi known to the CAU**oa*ru Pia Svkcp Co? only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Fig? i? manufactured by the ( Ai.inihMA Fn. Btbot Co. on'.y. a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par? ties. Th.- high standing uf the Cali POBBIA Flo Mini' In with ths m?di? cal profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine fa has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellent? of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts "ii the kidneys, liver and h?nrela without irritating or ?veaken ing them, and it does not gripe nor nau?e.ite. In order t..g. t it? beneficial elfe. '-. please rcmeml?r the name of the Company ? CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ?*> ikimi-i ?>. car. LUI 1SVII.I.K. Kr. SBW VAHE. N.T. Browns' Iron Bitters Red Pills A positiv* cur* f..r li? ??*, ' itlpatwa an.l lirailii. lie?, lor ?ale in all dealer*. full-sir..I '-.nuaued Id M iS I i Is he Suffering with Heaves, Cough, Distemper, for INDIGESTION? ir ...T.,.i wt?l i?-,ii?.i t.. knot, thai I ".*'' red a lane stiick ot S.srtoni *^***? cure, for the?l ill?lre??ln-i 'IIS'?-". . __. Kea.ltlie tell..wins from a ?utTeruiat *"???*'. mis i? rot BBTirv. That I ***** ' ' ' ??thou? l.licr ..r Lichts. I -uffer-*?!torture? - tti.l .'??''' t.. iiil in? a- . but ??iili ui ?ati?fs , rrlaad ta ., , Hi i?. , I ??? i'i.ieiin-?r ana ii lure. Arter i.-n - the fit"?? can my i-on.lltli.il hea-an to Improve, and when ?'"* third can was u*ed "i? ' had ? ?l,'.1'--' thai ?a. mi" 'I I * ill ? P " N|l> ?4"'1 h'"" trtoUsaVa. v,,n?.,i(-v Mm, I ettlti.-l to l?M..I. 111. .' I 1,1- l".th.l?> ? I? ?irr MeCBBiMVB. J.r. "Monarch oft If Blata* s?r*-tct L. K. IRWlX, Druggi.i. I'bune cali Ift. Old?. Court House M oo-Mo? k. V.. STORE ROOM DWELLINCJFOR SALE. A ?plendid piece M IMSSMtty at St. I de, coiisi.ting of Stoie Room 2*2x50 f. el. one of tlie bf?t ?tand? in the county, llweiling house with BBS room?, basement and cellar, and all neces.ary out build? ing?, good garden, tine water, with two aerea of land. Churches and school house wiiuina few yards ol. dwelling. the ?tore-room la about 1.1 yard? froui I lie dwelling. This Is a chance o( a life time. For particulars call on or addreaa H K na LU ?Hice, Woodstock, Va. Por Sale. Having an opportunity to reiaraat In prop? erty that will I*' more convenient to me. I will offer forssle mv farm of SB aore* oar ?ic-Mock, Va. This desl?anle property M well located ?nd very aooeaBl??!.. It is las proved by ? ? ?lory frame dwellln?- of I reoa... a l?r?-e bank barn and other tiulidin?. ail t lll.ble l.ml leicept about 6 aerea)??oil of th* best i-uallty- must be sean to be ?pj-reel.tet.. HdrMi J. fi. LONO, tttsbaaa ?or. IS- tr. ?Uiihe.nr. Va.