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is KaaUBaUD weekly iiy JOHN H. GKAB1LL. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, SEPT. 16, 1898. Tllii till, ?St, im lo lie ?i Ijsleiy. After mveral weeks ?of great amie* ty ihe friemls of T. B. Kichey, as well as the community in which be livt ?1, Imve been startled and amazed by 1 lie developments which have c.\ lioscd to public view the conduct i f one who lor months has been leading a double lilt*. Ilia own let lera giving the partic ala> r? of hi? w hereabouts and explain? ing fully his conduct lias ?proved thai all the theories ot Waahingtoa detec? tives, who have been dragging rivers, searching sew? rs and j?ipiti<_; houses, were more flimsy than thin air. The facts as developed are that T. R Kichey left New York with the ex? pectation of meeting by previous ai> jiointnunt a young woman, from this place, in Washington. From causes which he did not understand ?lie failed to meet liim. He then ltat'i Washington by a C. A O. train and has been since that time in the neigh? borhood of Lexington, Ky. The tact that he bas been leading a double lite was suspected by many, but was not fully exposed until his own declarations made the tact evi? dent. Few men stood higher th: n ha in this community. He had the liia-rli esteem of his church. His ci edit was sei-oud to none. He ha?l command of all i lie money that hi needed. He was doing a goo?l bus? ine*s and enj"ved the full confidence of his customers. His home whs con? sidered by all ol hia acquaintances aa one of comfort and happiness. His wife was affectionate and attentive to every want. His sisters dapi-niled upoi; bim for coansel and advice. They looked to him aa childnn look to their parents ami were ever solicitous ofhiaheahli and welfare. It'any on? had been seeking a man surrounded by everything calculated to make life cheerful he would have been selected as th? man. But what a sad transition ha? been brought about! He discarded wife, home, 8J8ters, brothers, church, busi? ness, in fact everything that is cal mi- j lated to make life attractive ami hap? py, in vrder to yield to ths fascina tions ot'one upon whom he had no legal claim. In doing so he hu? w reck. ed happy homes. He baa east B dark shadow over the life ola true .-nul lov? ing wife. He has wrung with snguish ihe hearts of sisters who would have clung to him as only sisters can. He has robbed the aged mother and litthar of the child of their old age. He did not succeed in enticing her to some distant land as had been intend? ed, but he has brought to their homes a grief ?nd Borrow that will darken the?v?ning of their lives. They vviih implicit confidence trusted her in hia hands. They believed that she was ?afe; they loved to hear him tell how well she was succeeding; they wcra glad to rtceive him at their home; for they loved and re apected him as a Christian gentleman. Today he is a homeless wanderer, not knowing what ?lungers environ him. He dare not return to the home that was once the dearest spot on earth te him. That happiness is gone for? ever. There ia no gentle hand lo soothe his aching brow. There are no loving ears into which he can pour the recital of his heart's sorrows. Hia only refuge is among strangers in a strange land, where he dare not whisjier the name that des? end*.! to him from an honored parentage. TLe remembrance of tbe plaBanirsa <d a past life can give no consolation; they only remind him of what he has lost. Tbe anticipations of a happy future may flit before his diawnkrred vision as some .'</'./* fntuu.*, but it can only momentarily ?liaw his at? tention from the dark and ohasfiSBa pr.?.-iit which now chill? hi* soul. TW? isa constant dread of an ex? posure which means ruin. There is no p-aca, no riat. Our heart i? ?ad as we write taaaM lines. It is deeply im? pressed with the fact that we ?lo not know ourselves. We do not know bow WS would act under cireum ?tanc*-? under which we may never have been placed. We will only add that all parties, "bo ar? auffsring on a,*connt of this untort? nnte affair, have our sincere ami deepest ?ym psthy. CUBANS WILLING TO DISARM. Havana, Sept. 5.-A Utter sent by Maximo Gomtz to th? American con* mission is addressed to General Bu" <r and in it h? places himself uncondi? tionally *l ??'? American commission's disposal. The Cubans state tha. they ariresdy to give up their government orders it. [the empress of AUSTRIA KILLED. STABBED BY AN ASSASSIN? AT GENEVA. Geneva, Switzerlami, ?Sept. 10? The Empress of Austria WSJ a.?sa?*i nateil at the Hotel Beauiivage this afternoon by an anarchist, who was arrested. He stabbed Her Majesty with a stiletto. It appears that her Majesty was waking fr?ta her hotel to the landing place Of the steamer at about I o'clock when an Italian Anarchist, named Laoehiani, who w as born iu Paris of Italian parents, suddenly ap? proached and stabbed her to the heart. The Emprtstifel!, got up again ami was carrisd to the steamer uncon? scious The boat started: but, seeing the Empress had not recovered eoa siioiisness. the Captain returned and the Empress wascarried to the hotel, where she expired. The stietcher upon which the Em? press was tarried to the hotel was hastily improvised with oars and sail? cloth. Doctors and priests wen-im? mediately summoned, and a telegram was sent to Emperor Francis Joseph. All ?forts to revive Her Majesty were unavailing and she expired at 3 o'clock. THE WK.Vl'ON. The medical examination showed that the assassin must havs used R small triangular lile. Alter striking the blow he ran along the Rue des Alpes, with ths evident intention of entering the Square des Alpes, but before reaching it he was seised bj tw.? cabmen wh?. had witnessed the crime. They handed him over to a boatman and a gendarme, who con? veyed him to the police station. The prisoner made no resistance. He ?veil Bang as be walked along, saying: "I did it," ami "She must be dead." At t'ne police station he declared that be Was a "starving Anarchist. with no hatred for the poor, but only for the rich." Later, when taken to the court bones and interrogated by a magis? trate in the presence of three mem? bers of tbe local government and the police officials h? pretended not to know Freneh and refused to answer qtlCSlioOB. HIS IDBNT1TT. The police on seatchinghim (bund a document aboaing his name to be Lulgi Laochini, born in Paris in 1878, and an Italian soldier A great crowd quickly assembled around tbe Hotel Beaurirage, where the officials proceeded after iuterro gating the prisoner. The police searched the scene of the crime for ths weapon and accom? plice? ot'th? assassin. It appears tliut a boatman noticed throe persons closely following the Empress who was making purchases in the shops. The local government immediate? ly on receiving th? news of Her Majeety's death, half-masted the hag on the Hotel De Ville (the munici? pal offices) ami proceeded in s body to the Hotal Beaurivage a? a token ot respect. MUCH KXi ITEllK.vr. The excitement ?? ineraasing an?! many of the shops ol'the KurassJ are closed. Tho assassin told the magistrate that lie came to Geneva to assassinate ?anotherimportent pera n," but had been unable to execute tbe project. The reason of bis failure he ?ii?l not give, but he declared that it was only by accident? be I ad learned of the Austrian Empress in Geneva The wound isjust over the left reast. b There was hardly any bleed? ing. A priest was secured in time to a?l miuistcr extreme unction. TUB DEAI? KV!1-RK?S. Tbe Empress of Austria was born December 24, 1^87. She was a daughter of Duke Maximilian, of Bavaria, and was married to Francis Joseph, Emperor of Austria, and King of Hungary, April 24, 1854. They had three children, the Arch? duchess Gisola, who i? married to Prlnoe LuitpoH, of Havana, tbe Archduke Rndoph who married Princess Stepheiiie, of Belgium, ami who was (seemingly) ssasasiiisted in WH? mnl the Archduchess Maris Valeria? who nianiedthe Archduke Franz Salvalor, of Auatria-Tu?oaiivr, The late Empress waa an cntliusiai tic hois?--woinHii. KKKK? X ?it nil- BatTBBOB. London, Sept. 10.?Grave frais are siraady sxpreassd here lagardlng the ?fleet which tb? BBSSSsillStiun of the Empress may have upon the Emperor, whose health bas never recovered from the blow of Crown PrineS Hmlolph's tragic death, ami it is known that His Majesty lately had been vary feeble. BaSPBBOB BBCB31 Ks im: BaTBrB. Visima, Sept. m Esspemr Francia Joseph received the news at Sclioenbriinn. Ilia Majesty's jour !i?V to attend the BBBOOavrSS at Zips, Hungary, was. of courte, abandoned. All the tbeatrea here und in the provincial towns aie closeil to-night. Budapest Hungary, Sept. 10.?The news of the assassination of the Queen of Hungary and Empress oil Auslria, was received here with con stcination. Men :?n 1 women were seen weep in-,? in the street?. Everywhere mourn? ing banners are displayed. The Hungarian Diet will be ('"li? vened in special session to-morrow. WASHINGTON LETTER. fFraiu our regular ( onmik.ailaut.' Washington, Sept. 12.?tun. Miles ami Gb?ii. Shatter are not only in Washington, bni they bave met, shaken hands, ami chatted together as friendly as any two old oOtTtntdss might be expected to ?lo. Tiiis must be surprising t?> those who beli?v??l, or pretended to believe, that whsu tbs two men met, there would 1 ? drawn swords ami S contest of the r?gulation "Three liiinnlaraen" or? der. If the men are really as un? friendly towards each other si one might infer from reading recent news? paper publications, they are both past-masters in the Ml of concealing Iheil feelings. There was certainly no sign s of enmity when they met in the office of Gen, Miles, in the Wsr Department, that could be detected. Gen. .Miles will talk every time be oets an opportunity about the neces? sity of enlarging lbs regular army anil t'neraecommendation he iatands making to Congress on that Subject, but be says tbe statement be gars out as soon as he landed in New York, contained all he baa tossy at present concerning the campaigns in Cubs and I'orto Rioo, It is believed that tbe President will take no no? li? e officially of what (.?n. Miles said reflecting on tb? War Department, unless circumstances compel him to do so, if Miles doesn't d?> any more ol the same sort of talking. He hs* met Miles twice since'ne returned lo Washington, but nothing via? said by either about those newspaper publications. The President lias decided lo havs an investigation of the entire conduct of the war made by a Commission of th? most prominent men he can get o assume task-insn whose naines will cause anything they any to bs accepte.l by everybody without ?pies tion?for the purpose of trying to put an end to the charges and conn ter-ehargea now being printed in th? newspapers. While the Algsr-Milss wrangle is said lo hare had nothing t?. do with the idea of having this investigation, .which was ostensibly ssked lor by Secretary Alger, it msy have much to do with it, aa Gen. Mile? is not a witness that is likely to be overlooked by the Commission, That he is anxious for tbe investi? gation all the world knows. The heads of the Departments of the Army most directly concerned in tho investigation?the Comissary Gen? eral, the Quartermaster-General ami the Surgeon-General?all say that t'ney will welcome the most rigid investigation into the sets of their l?verai Departments, ami '?en. Sliafter assured tbe President, per? sonally, that ihe more thorough the tion of every thing connected with tbe campaign against Santiago was made, the better it would plsaie him, because he was ?ertaio it coald result in adding to th? credit of tb* men who look part in that remark? able campaign, and in making the people more clearly understand the nature ol"the difficulties that were iiiccesatiilly surmounted. No President for a long time ha? been on such good terms with Con? grots ss Mr. McKinley has been ami is likely to continue, as long BS bs slicks to present methods. He never does anything important before con? ferring with members of both branches of Congress, not only of his own party, but of all parties. Huaaks them to freely express their views, and frequently accepts them as ?better or more expedient than his own. Nothing could more distinctly ac? centuate the President's policy of keeping in touch with Congress than the persone] of American end of the Peace Commission, which is to meet at Paris, Oct. I, to negotiate a treaty of peace between the U. S. and Spain, thai shall determine tho luture gov? ernment of the Philippines. Thres out of the five Commissioners are Senators?Davis, Fry?, ami Cray? and all of them are members of the Somite C'riioriiit???.? ?.n Foreign 1.i^ lations, which will necessarily be an important factor in determining whether the Senate will ratify the treaty, after it is mads. The first two aro republicans, and the last a democrat The President is ?loubt leaa em rcct in assuming that any treaty approved by these three Sen Store, it hk.ly to b?' approved by tbs Beoeasary two-thirds of the Senats. Tbs other two Cjintnisaiouers are Secretary Day and Whitclaw Keid. They will come to Washington this wwek fur their instructions, and wi 1 sail from New York ?m tha I Tlb inst. It what comes from ths Ittlimus of Panama can b? believed, ami tbii Geventraea! const mets the Nica rainia Canal, there are likely to bs two canals betw?en tha Atlantio and the Pitcitie. A gentleman from Panama, now in Washington, who has no reason t?> exaggerate ?aid. "Although there is BOS much talk about it in the newspapers, ths roa ?truction work now in progresa on tho Panama canal ia on a acals of magnitude which will bring the en teipti??* to a sticceasful issus. There are now over four thouasml inen employed ?mtbe canal, and ihe work is being done in a thorough and scientific fashion. Had tbe first ennipiny proceeded as osrefullv as the pr?sent eue, the canal would have baen in operation long ere this, bul tb? tiitt ootapan? squandered mil lions, hardly leaving a thing to show for the mousy thst was spent like water." Iliac? to roil by a Woman. Another great discovery has been inu'ii. ami that too, by a lady in this country, 'Disease fattened it a? dutches upon ber and for ?even yean sh Withstood its severest test*, but her vital organs w?re untUrniimled and death seemed imminent, for th ee months ah? coughed incessautly, ami sould uot sleep. She finally diaOOVttl sd a way to recover, by puronasing 01* OS s bottle of Dr. King'? New Dis? covery for Consumption, ami was so much rebaved on taking first 'lose. thsl sha slept all night; and with two bottles, ha? been absolutely oared. lb r name is Mrs. Luther Lutz. Thus 'writes W. C. Hamnick A Co., of Shelby. N. C. Trial bottles free at 1!. Sehmitt'a Drug Store. Regular sise 50oand|1.00. Every bottle iraaran teed. Woodstock Academy. This is the BBtne of the sew Institution of the Virginia Classtsel which Botica was given in the Mttsenrjer a few week I ?go. This school will be a high grade tVcsdenty for tbs ?ducation of boyi sad girl?. There has bean a long bit need of a school of this character In this pail of the church, ami it has bet n in actual contemplation for several years, bat not until ?t the srecial Baeeting ol Classli si Woodstock, ob the 9thof august, 18W, ??ii! ClsSSil St? Its way t !e:n to t inite ?tepv toward itsritahlisluni in. The members of Claasis, recognizing the Imp?rtanos ol the project they were called together \o discus?, were deliberate and prudent iu their every action. The business, all together, required four long sessions, during which muchIntereal and enthusiasm were shown, not only hy members of C?asela, but al?o by promt nent citiz?DB of Woodstock and Bdin burg. Repreaentatlvea from each of tl ii neatly solicited Classli I tbe proposed school in their town, promis? ing their heartyco-operaUon and wpp rt in every ponible way. Woodstock was finally chosen aa Ihe place ol and tbs Board ol Traste? i werel ed t" purchase, lor.this purpose s. prop ? of Are te r ? and a large lubataatial mansion, form eriy the home of tbe late Hon. II. H. Rlddleberger. jWo '.it ck is tin- count] county, in the beautiful and his i . : ? Shenandoah Valley, about M South fruin Harper'i F- rrfi and i? in Ihe Ulidst of it most BO 1 heftlth lul community. The valley, with i-. flourishing villages,'' and skirted on either aide inn taint, pre? tents a scene of marked beauty ami in? terest, For healthfulness snd grandeur of scenery, perhaps no town in the Val? ley i? more highly favored than stink, and we Del leve thai all int. rested - ? iiool will scquleaes In th? opin? ion ot ('l-issil that tin- has wisely BSlCCt ed the lite of her Institution. Tho building is admirably situated on an eminence in the southern portion of the town, and on the gn nndsare aireadv found a number of splendid shade tree.-. Truly it can bs laid of Wl ' demy: "It i? beautiful for situation." It ha* tb? advui.' cieatly removed from ths business -, r ?Jons of the town to be quiet and retired, and yet,is convenient ?to church ? " ? ? id .-tation./riie Reforme 1 .??lurch m Woodstock, of which Rev. N. U. Skyles is the efficient pastor, and In which the Pot? ?ill meet this year, is one of tbe mosl attractive church Edifices in tbe Valley. It is proposed to open lbs icbool in rjeptembsr, 1898. In the meantime the building will be suitably equipped, and perpeps ealarged, lundi soil chosen ?nd other necessary arrangements mude s?, fftr at facilities will allow. The school will not be sectarian. AW though under the supervision of the Re? formed church, true to the liberal spiril of the church ?he win opaa her doors t i snd welcome boys and girls from homes of othar denomination* from which she already ha* the promise ofn larga patr B? - Being a Christian Academy a religion? stmosphere will pervade her students, sad wc-have no doubt the Bible will bs given a deserving place, so that the stu? dents may be led lo realize that "the Ret r of th? Lord la the beginning ofwisdom. ' The Reformad church i? not as larga I? she should be in Vlfginlfl and her ?ni?illne.s can be attributed largely to lbs lack of her educational facilities. BBC bus never had ft school of her own, and ?- and girls, SUCb Hsdc.-ircd an education, BOUglil it- tot tl..- m-.-1 part, la schools of other churches. Some bare gone lo Institutions ol other Ettate?. Loa absence? from home and other denomi? national Influence?, la some caaei lyaectarian, have had a tendency to alienate them from thair own church, ami many bave, thepby, found I. other churcbe?,ttud Unit much valuable mtttiifti bat basa lost lo sa Uy attending a school of their own our boy* and girl* will retain th'-ir loyalty to tbair mother church and remain within ber bo.orn lo honor and Strengthen her. SchooU of this character have bad s salutary elfect upon other portion- ot tie Church, and we feel mire that Woodstock Academy will prove a blessing to Vir gin'iB ('laas'iB. Rev J. B. Stonesifer was appointe! financial agent and Rev. A. B. Baumaa his aniatant. That? btethsr? w ill in ?hie Prevention better than cure. Tutt's Liver Pills will not only cure, but if taken in time will prevent Sick Headache, dyspepsia,biliousness, malaria, constipation, jaundice, torpid liver and kindred diseases. TUTTS Liver PILLS ABSOLUTELY CURE., ! HOW Old SD looks Poor clothes cannot make you look old. Even pale cheeks won't do it. Your household cares may be heavy and disappoini ments may be deep, hut they cannot make you look old. One thing docs it and never fails. ?. It is impossible to look young with the color of seventy years in your hair. Ajjer's Hair Vigor permanently postpones the tell-tale signs of age. Used according 10 directions it gradually brings hack the color of youth. At fifty your hair may look as it did at fifteen. It thickens the hair also; stops ii from falling out; and cleanses the scalp from dandruff. Shall wc send you our book on the Hair and its Diseases? The Boot Adulce Freo. It you d ? i. i obtain all the hane : ft..iPi t?.i- m.f ? I - On n- i. ?,.n ? Hi: .1 ' a I i B, Lowell, 11*??. COMMISSIONER'S OFFK E, w oodatock, \.... Sept. I I. 1?!'?. 'in H. ('. Kil'lin?. administratrix ol Daniel Borden, 'lee', c.|i \ I.. Crabiil ami <> II. I rabill, her hus? band, and .1. M. Ratney. lot-. Von aie hereby m tilled tint I have lit.-I upon Hie 15th day of October next. between the?nours of 6o'clock, a. in., and 8 o'clock. |. in.. Intake and ?ettie, m my office, the account?, of 1. To a-eei'taiii ami reiiorl the debtu of Daniel Worden, dee'd, ?irrai . ot der of their prhirlty, and ?J. To nettle the .loitiiiil-faliiiii tic count of II. ? . E ' lo,- adiiiinUtratrix of Daniel Br.rdeii. -In 'd. and v ?? othei matter the parti? ? in In? terest ma? repnlre or the conir. m.iv deem pro|n?r. rei-uired to lie t;,l :n by the d?cret? .,( 5hi ; unload - ircuii Com I rentieret! on the 8th day ol r*ept. liUS, to I??- used ?-? depending in -aid court be? tween Danl, Borden'? adinrz. Ac, i?oi,,|,i- nul A nun !.. Cru ? ' ' in ail] i _ of -aid be commenced, or bavi ng comme pit-i ??' on thai -I ly.lbetakl ; um da? to day. or ce o? place, until the ?unie urc taken and completed. Olveu under mv hand as ' omm i'iy ol ?aid court, at my office lu - ild comity the day and year lirel ' dd. M \\. MAORUDER -? !.. 10- 3a. ( "im. in i hsncei y. TV II p. , ? . a the land, ?hall be dlabursed and 2. Boa tli? proceed* oftheaale ol tin? f llie oal'.olei. Ol.Ill -bill 1,.. nail I commenced, or Having been coin ne need -hoiiid not be completed on thai day, the taking of the aame will be adjourn? ed from day to day, or from , place, until ibe asms srs taken and coiupleted. ?, iven under my band a-1 ommlationer in < hum eiy of -nul court, Bl nil oilier in laid ( ounlj tin- day and year hi -t :ifi-?ie-.lid. P. Yv. MA?.HI DEB, <?. E.G. p. q. < '?.mi. in ? bv. i o?. Commissioner's Oftice, Woodstock, Va.. Sept. 19th, 1998 Mary It- llaintnaii.Kfli* A. Rinker (nee llaniinaii.) .1. K. Riiekor Hammau and I'hiraHamman who ?ue lor themselve? anil all other lien creditors of Monroe Funktionier, Compita. Bgainsl In Chanrory. Monroe Funkhouser, ? asper ruuk hoii-ei', A. A. Knnklio.rand Virginia C. Funkhoaawr wife of Monroe Funk hoiiier, D? ft-. i omplalnsuts and Defendsnts in the above named cause, and the lien credl i'ui. Fiinkbouser, are hereby iioiiiieil ih it l have hied upon ?Veiliie* dh.v Hie Uth day ot October 1891, ii (air, it mi on tb? n?\t f.ur day thereafter, (S tt'iay Bxcepicii.i.iit my office in W.l ?i? <-k, Virginia, between the linn i? nf ais a a., and ?il p. m . to take, -late and report: ?? . . . On consideration whereof, ?i "appearing to the Court that there are '?othei tien? existing upon the property ' in the bill and proceeding! uientlaned ??than Compialnaat?' juugaMiita, the -?? unit ?lothadjudge,order and decree "that this cam?' be ?afeiredtOS ' "iii "missioner In Chancery of tin- ('?nut ???lio i? hereby authorised and directed "to ascertain sud msawl ?? follows: ?*1. Th? Ileus ?listing upon the real "estate in bill ami proceeding! mention '??d, arranged In order of their priority. "J I hi' annual and actual value of "aiiitl real e?t - "3. Any bUmI uiatiei the panic? in ?ititere?! may t ''|niie or the < 'oiiiini "iioner deem proper. "1. Any ileli'i'i'ient "r Unpaid t i\e? ?onthe real estate,required bj tas de "cree of the Clretrll ? .mit of Mieniiii ?MobIi county enrolled in the above ?named eansc on the tith day of Sept, ?*180B, af which time you an- required "to '.ttenil.' liiten under my band aaCoatmlssioner In i ii.iii.?-rv <?f ?aid eoiiil, :il mv ?.Mice in ?aid county the ?liy Bttd year tirat afetesald. W, B. MI LEV. I'. | ii?.iiner. |i. <j Cesar, in Chy. sept. Hi?Iw. tissa maks s thon ?- of the i Tha membei frusta? are all young men, bul men i i (ndgmsnt. They bare the interest ol the school si heart mid will do all in tln-ir power to make this new enterprl We predict s prosper ui ful If ck Academy. Lei tin ite with the Iruate? - and the 'h tel their encouragement Iributin l by -en ling thi ingbl :- not far distan) when tl look with Juat pride upon this new daugh? ter Of the chart the day thi,t gave her birth. II CAeTOIlIA. Tki fu? lla:.; ?IpiCirt tf ^? ?*** Il ? 7 '-??CCJctV; *:?,!?. JOY OF FINDING HIMSELF NO COWARD. ' ? f? Redpalh, a sergeant in the Rough Riders, whose home i? just aeross the Kansas line, in Oklahoma, write? as follows from ?-Santiago: ?After thai first ?lav-* battle was over I was tue happiest man on the BOU of Cuba. I don't lilili.l telling yon that I had halt' n notion that I wai a coward. I had taken the place of sergeant and 1 knew it would be awful if I ran away. I didn't think I wt oui? 1 run sway, but I 'lid have a sneaking notion that I might the white feather in someway, When the bullets (?rat began to whizz. 7. whizz/, plunk, I tell yon my heatt went np into my tin oat, bul I jrii . _'.?-V<- x ? .t? with the rest of the boys. The sear? w a? over in s minute, nnd I believe [ can go into the next bat? tieaud joke ?ik?- aom? of the boy* did in this one, for I know now that I have nerve enough t" stay."- K in IBs ( 'it v Journal. : -, 'i* V: jr. In a : - ? ' ? . . g cf ( }. '* ? \ i a ?? I r health in a now jj \ onlo leino v a . of. i % S ? V I V IB. * ?a>*eXM*t<etei^C*,etAA*:*\'?\W*^*'*A Public Renting1 and Sale. Ily \ ii ti.f a di lered in ' haiiccrv cuise of Julia K. : i tj and'Chaa. II. Doughty vs. Id t ty I.. 11.inback and others, Sept. ., r 11. 1898, the mi I craigne? I Special Coniiniasioncrs will Offer at public retitjjlg, on the premesis, on SATURDAY SKIT. 17th, 11*98, the valuable farm ot whieh Joseph 11. Bruinbnck died ?< iz-"l and |" - alunit two m i le? .South of Wnodat<ick, Va. This farm is a valuable liver liolti 'ii tar?n nnd the plow ing for i wheat crop lina alrendv been done. The term of renting will he li - year from the day of renting. TERMS OFRENTI \ standing rent, one hall t" be paid in siv inotitlis from the day ol and the balance at the end of the rental year. The renter i" e liia bonds with g.1 [lersonal security. The n uting to c mmence .?it lu o'? clock .i. m. WM. T. WIl.l.IAMs. K. M, STICKLE?', Sp/ICoiure Ira iiediatflj after the reining ol the farm I s ill offer at public sale at I the same place the following ? t - I>r ? I>?? i ty, v iz:?Ho . ( '.ii tl?' Sheep, lings, Wagons, Carta, Uuggv [.?ike, Spring Tootli [larrow, liar n ?s and ol in i' farming iuipleineuts, lionsehold and kitchen fur ii lire, "ii?' [ncubatnr, also a ?mauiity ol join, aiel IclV. TERMS OF SALE: < >n all sums mi.1er leu dolla - ?ver thai amount a credit ? months will lie given, the pin chaser to execute negotiable notes with good ami approved endoraera. No pr??|ier ?,? t.. We removed until settled for. Mrs. JULIA K. DOUGHTY'. In the Clerk's office of the Circuii Court of Micti.iii.lo.-ih County, ?tock. V* Sept. 6th, 1808, Julia K. Doughtj - Compile. \ oii?t In ( 'haiK'crv. II I.. Bmmback ?????. Deft?. 1. George YV. Miloy, Clerk of said Court do hereby certify that W. T. William? a ho w a? appoint? d ap?ci il coniniissioner ol renting in said cause by a decree rendered therein, on the .Mb day of Sept, i-'.?s. has executed bond, with personal security, in the penalty lived l?y the (.'?> nit, .nil ? ? ?it I and payable bs prescribed by Las. (liven ander my hand this c?tli day nf >?i?t. A. D. IfrUi ?. Ko. W. MII.KV,..?. ?. ?. . .?in l-o.Ty 5ay? !"o. Is ?'an b- Catlmrl'o, the me?; tv.'.B? Bin ?????av? ant and refreshing to the lot e, I ? dcBiiain ? cine lie . I ti! ?'?'.' gfaaranteed ;i t iin lij til dm '.-?nia. DON'T PAY a.dinar y price for an ordinary watch. Not wh?n an ordinary price will buy something extra ordiuary. t'lii't i. vi: YV v 11 His a! Pom i ai: Pbk i? vi i O? i: Tul-i labStokk. A good ninny "|'"|'?" l?ut 110 damage done < Kcepl lo pi We are determined to Sell Watches this Fall Mini can show you a nice filled wat.li Indien, or gents' a fully guarauti i d, that you gen? ii have lo i aj |18 to $i0 tor OUR SPECIAL PRICE ONLY 17,75. other good* in our lin<- at |il"|'"ltioll. Our Repairing Department rays riinnitig and wi gi> e v? "i tie same tii?t work as usual. ? ?ur pri? you know arc bIb ays moderate. BARGELT The J( weh r and - -?".k. Va, W'i ? ti you i'':;? ? sure t?i he right, sept. 2 r ??????ae?a enaw sye-n jliarmonious ?Painting. ?. W I,, n yon vil : N'.w i-ait. Long ? Branch .. inti??- the X in-nit fu I examples of bouse X decorator'! art, i- thown in the J treatment of ooloi painting up? on the Une.I residence! in rhis country. The perte? t harmony O? ? ? or- pro line. !(,, Illli?! pleasing effects, an I Is credit?. sble i" th.- lai ?-'?? uas of the Longman ?v Martines Paints. 'lie- Longmau <t Mo nines Paint* tai.I th.- pn fi n every property owner for their ? - of tone sud beautv "f tin. i-h. T hey :.r.- i ?n the i pain) y? -111! oil the von I uy ni y where ?,? n |ialn? at lIlBl | gUBiant? i d 10 give ??atisfaeiion. (all an B. SCHMITT, Dru?iiist, Woodstock, Va. ?i?e?aeae?s-?e?ce?a?oo<s-* ese UNIVERSITY IF VIREINIfl. CHARLOTTE6Vll_t.E,VA. Letters, Science, Law, Medicine, Engineering. Saaalon lir*;ln* I8th ?.??ptSintwiT. Tnlllon la acod.n-.ioal Bchoola traa to Vlraiaiaaa. IT?? aatavof u*a ?tlitr? r. 0. BABBINQIB, n.Um.g. ?tr.pi.jjBB QRANDA INSTITUTE." I-IP ey of Virginia ?<: - Ith Bei i???pt. Sta, i o-Kur? Al'loN. Studenu can puraii e any - - Scientific, Literary, i our.? . A Teachi ra'i ? I a Bible advantage* for Teacher* and Preacher!. Biisiueaa Departan - ? Literary Department. Board, lull Uto | .u,' I???!? irini -ni tin- i.-o-t ni iv e reduced, N ar in : Ire?! W. L. DUDLET, Orauda, Vs. ? 1 ??' m*-mmmm?meWoaaamm %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% R. W. BURT5FIELD, Merchantman ]LIETai.or, Woodstock, Va. Ooaod?oO?oooOoQtjQQooaoo??? Fin-a constantly on hai i i From w liidi cm Prices to Please all Tastes (luvinir graduated at one of tbs l'?-t cntti Is, is New York, he is preps red to guarantee fits in sll ? I see how lew ha i n luinit-li v? t; s f i ?-i, ?aaaa.ll P0^0^ha?->y PlaCe,.^^BaaaaV. 3St?XjflLi:iXr STREET, Woodstock? Virginia. i-tf. ^^aaai^ammmaawm^mmm^mgm^m^^^umm^tmuimuaaw^iimmawmammmuamamummm COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF Vil l SBI l?' REAL ?ESTATE! M-'..\i: ALOXZOVILLE, Va. I'm ?uaut t.. a decree of the Circuit Court of Shenandoah County, ren? dered ou the l?t day of September : HIM, in i ? Luther K. Dcllinger 4c. vs. Wm. 1*. De! linger ifee the undersized Special C'onitiil??ioii?r will .'tV.-r st public auction, if no ?old privately before that titnr. on ?WEDNESDAY, SEPTPriBER j\'?i?.. in t'ruiit of the Court Home, Wood Hock, V.l.. the valuable ta - FrederickCrait? 'liad seised snd i?'? teased, situated near Alonzovi \ ?eu |, nl><?ut lour miles norths SV.latoek, containing 23-1 l-*2 aerea - a valuable and productive B ? 1! loeatc'l 'tul bas ii|'?iii it ill necessary improvements, TERMS OF --ALK: One fourth of the pnrchssfl money 'ash, snd the residue in threi . annual payments vvith intetest from til? ?lav of aal??, the |?ur. haa.r to ex? tinto bonds for the deferred pay menta and the titls to be retained un? til tin? further order of the court. commence al ?i o'olock, i>. m. W.M.I'. WILLIAM??. ie|>. !?? tw. Sp!. Corar, In the Clerk'? (?tuce of the Circuit Court of Shenandoah County, Wood stock, Vs., Sept. nth 1>0\ ' I. f. Delliag -< Osaplta. against In Chancery. Win. P. Dsllinger ae. Deft?. i. i., o. W, Mllay, i lerk of said Court, do liereliy certify thai H in. T. William? who was at pointed Special Coosmls -ionei of ?ale in ?aid estSSS hv a decree rendered therela on the l?i ?lay ?>f Sep? tember im,\ baa executed bond, with neraonal security la the penalty Ized I.y lie ? i.nit. and ??iiKhtifiiied .-m l par* .liiie i- prescribed by law. Olsen iiiuler my hand thi? ?itli ?lav of ?September A. 1>. 11 ll.-rheit.K. Mile.v I?. ?'. for(;,o. W. Miley c, c. ?? NOTICE. The mere -, : T. 1!. ?i i ti. pr? - dinted - . i still "U hand added from time | - ? St? rial itni . purchasers "t' large bi 1?. and t?> general pur? liai i s ? ?riven. Country prod all kinds will he taken in ? i A i.till!!! ige of ti'i? ndi public i? reap I. Po lite ami stti i attendance .itnl anti.taction guaran iu '1 mi nil [.un i il Ko? a M. ( OFFMAX, ?i? i;... Bra Repairs. Wheels,Springs, Spindles, Pols, Shafts, Side Bars, Tirei. Cuihiom, Tops' and all buggy repairs constantly on hand. ??ant your buggy repaired in the bast manner ami at raasoaabls prices, call on ill .8 FOGAL Wo.i.latt, - -laB. Utfa I VI. TAKE NOTICE. All persons ?ndebtad to the es? tate of John Richard, drenare lisre by notifie.] to come torwaiil at one?? snd make settlement, and penous having ???im? sgaiaat ?ai?! ntsle ate hereby notified to preaanl the sauta properly authenticated for settlement. MARK RICKARD, PERRY RICKAD, Almrs., Calvary, Shsa. Co., Va. Bag, M it.