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IS PI lU.ISHEO WRKK1.Y g?l JOHN II. (IRABIIX. WOODSTOCK, \ iKiilNl \. FRIDAY, OCT. 14TH, 1808. Tiio investigating ot pvoleil'ly find nothing tin inamiirt nient of the the Spanish war. The e\'!< leave against the o sti , culil bodies of whose evidence cannot ?live us a rest. '1 howlers are beginning It will be time enough v paigll n|iens. Lite is i spend four-rift In* of it in lnlst'oitnties and trying World believe that the l" is the worst government shone apon, while, m fa never live 1 under a betU * It'there is anything e; excite disgttst, it is the sosas papers that torne > copied an item from tin giving credit for the tan are fort?nate enough to thing that our oodaborc worth ?.publishing, they n to it. A credit mil) iiuttt ity for a snort time, b never complain, if they use credit. That course flutte ity even mure, lor it mal heve that the article recei . tire strdorsernent ofanothf *l * * It matters very little al the history committee of th erate Camp hat to say abou of secession. It is now a d tion. ami no probability of i ing revived The Confeden in I?sCI believed that every the right to secede and fought in d?fense oflnabeli fact that he was not suites: not make him proclaim to t now, tliat he don't beheve it tiiue. The Camp was right ing to adopt that pan ot tin. Confederate Cam. s were no ized to eat humble pie. * ? suggestion made in a ideation in this issue to arm constitution id' the State so change of text books would 1 not oftener than once in tweh will, we have no doubt, m hearty spprovsl ot the peop! change of text books tliis y cott the county of Sbeuaitdoal auds ol dollars. As it is no1 every lour year?, it has be* burdensome and oonecessar The mode of selecting then books is also faulty. It is ton left to a committee who may h well acquainted with some su but are totally unfit to make ; tion of text bc'ks. We have known it to be made a party qt and books selected purely ti party standpoint instead of i count of the merit of toe * books. * * The New York, Connecticut, Jersey and other democrats hav fused t?i endorse the Chicago farm. In this action, they have ; wisely. The free silver doctrine never a par? of democratic princi It was one of the prominent feat of the populist party, forced npoi democracy at the must propil time, but contrary to the expectal of ita friends, it proved to be a stoue. As long as it *tincorporate the platform of that party, they not hope for success. Some ?t that are always democratic may t tinue to win; they would win with this doctrine, but the d? moer: party, encumbered will? this impt ment, cannot hone to be - presidential elections. The trull that the doctrine has reached tenith of its glory. It made a galli tight ami lost. It may be unplt ant to abandon it, at once, but t party will find it necessary to tint the Jonah overboard, before it c make a successful voyagt toas: harbor. Other subjects of more il portanee arc pressing thcinsil\ upon the attention of the people. declaration npOH these snljeets w beioine necessary, and when the tv opposing torces are lined up for general engagement, all such du turning elements as the Btftar que tion will necessarily be relegated t the rear. It will not do to say tin it it dead, tor that would eneourao every free silver journal in Virgini to renewed efforts to galvanize th eorpse. If it affords them any satii fiction, we will say that "it is no dead, but sleepeth." Mr. John Nestor, of South Main street met with a very painful accident on Thursday ot last week. He was bar rowing *t the time und let the harrow lall so that one nl ibe teeth atrwsk his loot, Inflicting a painful wound Dr. H. H. Irwin wat called lu and dressed tin Injury. WASHINGTON LETTER ru.m ..in RegularOonvapondeat.1 \Yasiiin.,i.>n, Get. S,?The Prei iilential train left Washington tlii Imorning tin' ihe Omaha exposition hut the Pre?doht waa not ab..uni .. it. Tbc Presideill und Mrs, Mek'ui ley It't't Saturday night lor Canton tu attend funeral of Mrs. McKinley's brother, who was killed. After the fanera!, the President will join the Washington party, consisting of mem? ben of tiie Cabinet, other officials, and ladies of their families, and pro? ceed to Guiaba, in accordance with the p..li'i-lied programme, bui when slie left \\':ls!>in"toii. Mrs. McKillleV expressed her intention of remaining at Canton. That "truth is stranger than fic? tion" may be, but pol?tica ia stran? ger than either. The 1;dk of some politicians around Washington about the present campaign in New York, is the ?test proof of thie assertion. For instance, it i? asserted by some republicans that there is a large eh ? ment in their party who desire ?ol. Roosevelt to be defeated for Gover? nor, because, if lie wins, lie might be a troublesome candidats for the Pr?s idential nomination in IHOO, and it is equally as strongly asserted by demo? crats that their party in the South and West want Roosevelt to win, be erase, if Van Wyck wins, the S? a York delegation to the next demo oratic National Convention would suppose themselves to have prestige enough to keep tlic silver is- ue out ot the platform, jttal as it has been kept out of the N\w York State platform, and to insist upon the nomination id' rtn anti-silver man for President. Rhdiop Whipple, of Minn., who is attending tin Episcopal Convention, at Washington, says ol the Indian up? rising in hia state; "The Indians at L> ur Fiand have always refused civi? lisation, the whole difficulty has been due tu lire water, which was smug? gled to them. The Indian police arc good fellows, but they appear to be unable to pit-vent the introduction ol whisky among their brethren, and when the?e Indians become drunk ! they an- veritable .levils. The pun? ishment for smuggling liquor to them should be made more severe, mid then the practice might be 1 link? en up. There is not the cause for the belief that a genera uprising will occur. There are six thousand Chipewnsill Minnesota, and they have always been friends ot the whiles, and as a rule liny are bou est ami law-abiding." War Depart? ment officials say u.c trouble is now all over. President McKinley has shown upon more than one occasion that he has mural courage of a high order. Ju?t before the war began an ordei was prepared exempting several thou? sand positions placed under the civil service rules, by Mr. Cleveland's blanket order, hut the war came on and the order WM laid aside, be? cause the President had more im? portant affaira to look alter. Several Jay? ago, several prominent republi? cans call?9d on ths President and asked hill) to issue that order at once, 10 help his party in the ' election. '1 lie President told them that lie lias made uphis mind to issue the order, but would not do so until after the Congressional elections, be-. .?au?.- he had no intention of engaging m such small polities as many would consider tiie issuing of the order in tits midst ol a campaign. A politician I ? s more credit for displaying j mural courage than an ordinary man, : because BUcIl displays arc rar?. SOUND MONEY PROMISES. The action of the democra New Yolk, Mow Jersey and Con? uecticut in regard to silver "sounds the doom of Bryan," say? the N. w York Evening Post, and at the same time "show s tin- r? publicans that they will need to do something more lor currency reform than to declare in tavor of it in their party platforms.'1 Solar the republicans have enjoyed the benefit of declaring for sound money without doing anything prac? tical to settle the money question by reformatory legislation. Will they SVei do inore. Now that New York, New Jersey and Connecticut deme? urais have dropped the cry for "18 to I," souiid-inoiiey democrats will, in man) cases, return to their tonnerI party associations in those Stati ..-?s the republicana act m Congress to make good their promisee. uSo ong,"aaya the F<>?t, "as the demo? crats in these, as Well as ot lier States, adhered to the platform of 1896, there was nothing lor voters who be he ved m sound money lo do hut to tram with the republicana Tiny could not vote with a party which declared its purpose to give the coun? try free silver if h were trusted with power, Tim democrats in lh< have at last discovered the Solly ol conducting their party in the mterest of their opponent?. They hare dis cov ?red that free silver i? a dead issue, and that no party which favors it can sneesed at the polls. The change of frSSJt here will have a powerful influence upon the demo? crats m other parts, of the country." ?liait. Sun. Hebert Fhilhiciiiii, of near )'? ?II the Western section of IBS Coillllv, Was committed to jail a few day? ago by I'.yron ('. Will for six inonih?. lar shooting at a. .i HMsoiai with a shot gun. COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. Last ?ill and testament of ""n1, Logan, deed . admitted to probele. .lim. II. Mooroaw was appointed and qualified us administrator of Simon Barb, deed. ''. I'. a Ightroan, sheriff, wat tp ? ?ntctl administrator of ' trgarel <?'? Kl'Ollk, lit ''(I, Regular Grand .'my twom and broughl iu an imlietineiit sgalnst M- L. Mite for felony. Commonwealth o! Virginia vs. Mill?n I. Hit.-, upon indict.ut. prisoner sie p ared und waived capia-, cause set for bearing Nov. 14, ISM, snd bailed in 11000. J. II. Dullu qualified to practice law, Bead hoard of l'im? district, granted an appropriation of |15'i to repair dam airei to roadi In dlatricl canted by Hoods. In roa.I petition oi l> II. Uottel for change of rond al Mowery'i 11 i : 1 port toad board Oled and land o sinninoiieil to l-r day of next trrtn. In matter ot petition <.f J, ' ?"" 1, .Ve . for .t new road In Le triot. Petition filed and road hot Lee district ordered to view and to next term. In matter of petition Ol J0SC| S?,rum fora new road in Stonews trict. Report of road boaid til.-? Win. WahWand Mr*. Mary Clarl fuse to accept the damages allowi the road board, und a eommlsalo pointed to asaeu '1 images. Comm to act Oct. 21, 1898, and n port I next term ol the court. c. )'. Wlghtman, sheriff, wat api ? d as administrator, d. i>. n.. ol J< Bauaerman, deed B. lrv'ni was appointed qualified as administrator ol W Whissen, deed, In mail r ol road petition "f . liockman and others for a new 'in llstrict. Report ot road t tiled aud recommitted to them fol ihei and fuller report. .Inn. aud W. ? . (>'Flaherty, vs. I monwealih, upon appeal. L'auae tinned until Bib daj of November i ni d bailed each in $10 i. LIST ol' CONVETAM0E8. Deed from Abraham Keller to ,In Um Ki : saine lo -l'm. K. Keller and ei-: Noah lioekmaii'a lieira to Uviir K.i bo.i : ( . ( . Ileukel aud w i CO. and A. V. Miller; CO. and A Miller in ( . i . Henkel; Juteph It and m i:.' i.. Michael Pence; Daniel !" A I.. Clem; E. I?. Neuiu.ui. re to Joe. M. Fisher; Saral. Reedy to i \\. K. edy; Saiul. Goehcnour aud wl lly. D.O r; II. U.Urxbenour h ?fe to -aine: 1' s. Taveiiner, c sur., .1. Hollinan; Lai c M. Slbcrl t" 11. Shipp and ? ifi : Abraham Uni ami aile to John h i.. rJw and wife to Casper (.'. suait/; /.. W A. N ou ..ici wife lo Visla L. Cri Muiy ( . Miller tu Albert M oop m.d wile m M. W. Daniel sine and wife lo 11. W , ba ? man and wlli ; Michael II. Th..ma Mich iel Hupp; Strasburg I.. <\ 1. < (i Laura V. Fisher; Laura V. Fisher Mary J. Fltzsiminoii?; A. ? . Sllckl I'ollil'., In -line; V. ? ?? t'i Ma i urna C. It ? Its, ? i, . .i-? ..ml Will Misan S. and Ai < e h. i ahnesti -cine to S .! k; A in. 1'. h and -vile to Emilia V. and II. H. Irv Elbe i . Boyce to Joseph s. Boyce; V i o?d. Ac., tru-.. to Henry A. w ... ila A. I unk to utisti. Zirl M. L, Walton, eolio . to W. ii. Bun It. II. I.e.- and wife to Nathan L. Ii ii-: I). A. Rickard lo Jno, W.. I. M . and Virginia a Rickard; Luthei Burner and wife to David A. Un k.i ' i . / Hill ? if. to .1.lines : L. s. Walker, o.k. to !1. I . B K<?--: -ame to -aiic-; N Ul R, i it A.i ooper; Strasburg I., ?\ I. < u -aine; Geo. No-- heirs to DaU i\. Magi uder, tru?., to S. -1 i ie. il pai: it ion ol Isaac M. Blbei I ? Jacob M. s.i.eii: I fieo. No*! Ian Division of lands of Sainl. Tidier, dei - of .lohn Rymau, dee'd. Mr. Elijah Sine, a well known n dent of near VYardensvllle, Hardy. ly h'. Va., died recently under pecul circumstances. I he i ? enlng before , death he was kicked by a horse but i I not seem to suffer mm h from it. and night he retired apparently in hi- nsi health 1 he ihm morning when I wife arose the supposed he was sleep! but when si,,, called him i" breakfi she ?oui,d he was dead. Mr. sun- u well know n to a number of people Ui!s county where a nuinber ol his rel THE NEW 1TSXTBOOKS. Tlie School L "is (jnentiou is no agitating the minds ol'lbc people, I" cause the recent action "l'tic : School Hoard inakesJt necessary tu people t" procure new 1.ka lor ihei children at the beginning of the ne? school term, l'opulnr tculimenl i against changing text-books, and peo pie often wonder why the presen change is nccs-ai \. We wish to explain the matter foi the hem tit of ail who.'ire interested Tue State Board of Education i<1"\ ei imr, Superintendent of Public In si ruction and Attorney General) si required by the state Constitution if required t" adopt u set of bo iks foi the Schools of the State every linn years. It su happened that at it meeting last July this Board adopted, practically, an entirely new set ,,i School hooks?the Iksi ever adopted fur Virginia Schools from which list of books the Count*, School Board. nil over the State musl make their several selections. It occurred that of all tlie books heretofore hi use in Shenandonli only White's Arithmetics ami Webster's Dictionary remain on the new list adopted by the Siate Board. Consequently, tin? County w is obliged l" telecl a new lis; ,,t h inks. Ii tli i ? re i lieaper than the old hooks am! far superior iu sv T? ' o I? -''I lies are iilso placed on tlie list of Common School In anches?Civics and Elementary Science. Ami the text books, Jttd? s..n"s ?oung America (60e.) sod lien's Fir-t Sicjis in Science Knowl? edge (60c.) should be introduced into ev.ty School this Winter. only reined) against a too fre? quent chango of school books is lor the people tOchange the Slate ( r. Ktitution. There is no use in adopting a new list 1.Ks ..('tener than once ill twelve .Veal's. Let the peuple l|"W ask for such a change. M \>.i>i n;. K'l lient v f nur tsss*r*J? V?.Hi I nain res. Cantly I'uihariir, cure MaMipttkMI forever. 10c. ?5C. I f C. C. C. fa'I. d. JMBista "1 und rnoni'7. J?TY YEARS 01? Why let your neighbors know it? And why Rive them a chance to guess you are even five or ten years more? Better give them good reasons for guessing the other way. It is very esiy; for nothing tells of age so quickly as gr?y hair. Aprs rap Vigor is a youth-renewcr It hides the age under a luxuriant growth of hair the color of youth. It never fails to restore color to gray hair. It will stop the hair from coming out also. It feeds the hair bulbs. Thin hair becomes thick hair, and short hair becomes long hair. FKKF PILLS. Semi your address t.. II. F. Buck ten A. Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Lit'. Fills. A trial will convince you ot iheir merits. These pill? are easy in action and are narticularlv effective m i he cure of constipation an headache. For malaria and liver troiililcs they have bien proven '? valuable. They are gu?rante? peri >ctly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable, The) do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to the stomach bowels greatly invigorate the lein. Regular size 25c. per box. - F. Schmitt, druggist. DEWEY'S MEN IN GOOD HEALTT Washington, Get. 0.?Admiral j sppi aislo have been lucky in pi. ?.it in o the health of his - ami in that matter he even succeeded t:o record of the North Atlantic squadron. .Secretary Long has made public a short extract from ll /Ad mind's hut report, treating of ibis subject, in which, while dealing with the general climatic conditions of Philippines for tin- information of the government, he ?ays (,t' the milora and ti ?A? Fu/ .h i? the farthest north of e islands, its climate is natur most temperate. In tlii- con* neutioi) ii may be mentioned that, ut ..i a lore* of over 2,000 on the ships of my squadron, the number ot men on the lick list at any time has no! exceed? ?1 forty, nur has i 1?re ?i unj considerable sickness among our troops on shun, though thy a*erc much exposed for three weeks in the trenches during the rainy season. As a matter of fact, Manila is far from being an iin luulthy city, and the climate isas healthy a.? that of any place in the tl'ol.ic,?." 0155* Know s i about o id m ? '?.eilt.?. jrou M " bim, . i.im what ho thinks ft EtMiSiOfi I i ver Ci! with IIvpo ! j. V. o are wil lug I ;.s.vor. I ir t-venty-flvo yc.rs doc . . 11 o r i b <_? cl our t H4 ir^ous exhaustion, nad .- : l di B that causo ' i*! creamy color and its : I muk ! it es .1 lor t.iin aud children. I ?o Of :icr preparation of cod r o 1 in like It Don't loso ' timo und risk your health by ' tsddng BCsnething unknown and ontried. Kncp in mind tiiat SCOTTS EMULSION | has stood tho t?st for a quarter of a century. . .1 $t .i : all i'iurrctv SCOTT ?, HOW .'.I . QMiitUti, New York. ATTENTION, STOCK OWNERS I I>r. K. K. Tarry, a Ih-tmrughlT compe? tent veterinary surgeon, now I BBS tad in Woodstock, will answer any qiie-titin? through ibe eolamai ot this pap?K in ie gard t.. the oasnaets and traatsaenl of haras a, cattle, begs, abeep, and atoeb generally, fre?* of chart,'?'. This i. i ran ehaaee ha awnsrsef shark to p't much vabiaUle ini- rniation without BOSl IB Ihein: lin y have only to write Mr. Terry fully as to any trouble with their Mock ami as will auswar Usssa in the next Is* M of the llKKAI.1). Boons Rsvtrsuoajj, Ex. Cost. WoieFtock, Va., Oct., 10, I--.I-. To ihe Republican Voters ofSliei - andoah County : Wiii.ui ,?, the Republican Con gresefonal Convention Ibr the Tlh Fist. ofVa . which met :il I.uiuv. Va.. on Sei.;. 7th, 1898, declared it inex pediciit to nominate a Republican eiiul?date for ?Congress from ihia dis? trict owing lo the fraudulent Election Law in the State, ami Wm i;i \?, Tin- Kcpiibli.aii Execu? tive ?Com. of Shen. Co., Va., having been informed thai Mr. D. C. O'Flah. erty, a proinincnl an able member of the Front Royal Bar, has announced himself an independent D?mocratie candidate for Congress in th.- 7th District,upon a sound money plat? form; therefore, we the members of the lit publican Executive Com. of Shen. Co, Va., do hereby induise Mr. O'Flaherty'a candi.lacy for C? in the present contest, and recom? mend him to the Republican voters ol the County as n gentleman in even way worthy of their support, and ad? vise thai t lu* Republicans of this County give Mr. O'Flaherty a united Mid hearty sup* or: at tbe polls. .1. N. Dai i?. Chairman. II. II. Mm n. Secretary. How's This '. We.ubr ?in,. Ilnndred Doll ward for any ease Of Catarrh that can net h.- ciii.-.i by Qall'i Catarrh cure. F. .!. ? IlKNKY ,\ I (... Flop... Toledo, O. we the undersigned, have known V. J. (limey for the la-Ma year?, ami be? lieve ii i m perfectly honorable In all busl oess transactions, and financial m cany out any ol ligatlon made by iheir tit in. i Triiax, W hnlesale Di Toledo, u. Waldlnj*. Linnau & Marvin \\ hole-ale Druggists, Moled... (/. Hall's Ca?an h Pure is taken inter ally. acting directly upon the bl.1 mucous surfaces of die -j-i'in. Fries 75c per bottle. Sold by all liriif-jiist?. I'.-tiinonia!- free. Hallt ra-aili PIIU ?re lb. AMERICAN WATCHES, I !."< KS, JEWELRY, SIL\ KR WAFF. SPE?.TAI LES FI \\|nMis lie. EINE N ATC'll F'F PAIRING A SPEt IA1 ? IV. SATISFACTION i, F A 1! A N'T EED, PRICES THE LOW? EST. GIVE ME A ? ALL AND BE I VIM ED, W. R. McClanahan. Jeweler, Woodstock, Va. is?aea?>aeo?ai?a*>a>a?o?wsv?* Clenliness is next to Godliness. ? ?? the kind you like. P'-ttuiii The - ?- ? ? varict) 'in 1 -?'.? ral i * and th.- genuine "Buttern * ? genuine Imported article, " We - i?,.i it in the original rii m inthi .tiering ii lor be web dried. We sre ? quallj i ar. ful a lili lira-he?. ? Hair Brush? ? and sil toilel requi- 1 -ii -. We will be pleased to have * \.ei laspect B SCHMITT, Dnrggist, Woodstock, Vs. e Kim- Preach Candle? in handsome I nose bj poand. % a t ????aaaaa^eaeaawsa^?aaaa? When we gel Cuba, Porto Fii i. Hawaii, the Philippines and other i? lands the unemployed can t?u.l lucra? tive employment in the army and BSVy. The people can show their patriotism by paying the increased taxes. The Grand Army of lbs Republic was at ?in? time supposed to be a patriotic institution, but it now Bp rapara that the oldect of its organisa? tion is to convert the cash ill thr V. S. Treasury into penSkOM for tllS members of the 0. A. It. Arrest disease by the timely use of Tutt's Liver Pills, an old ami favorite remedy of increasing popularity. Always cures SICK HEADACHE, sour stomach, malaria, indiges? tion, torpid liver, constipation and all bilious diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS AFRICANA will cure Con*tipation And Isa woodertal Liver Medicine. Try It. AGREAT CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY. RECEIVERS SALE OP TIIE T. B. I'ICHEY STOCK OF DRY <.<?<>l.s. MOTIONS, SHOES, II WARE, HATS, CLOTHING tVc., IN WOODSTOCK. THIS IS KNOWN TO BE THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK of GENERAL MERCHAN IX THECOUNTF. THECOURT HAS DIRECTED THATTHESTOCK UK SOLD ?NDTHE I NESS WOUND II' IN THE SHORTEST TIME POSSIBLE. BEGINNING MONDAY, OCT. I Oth. The entire stick trill he on wie at retail prices to close the business ai once. The -!o<-k o..-,sjsn of n fall line of Staple Domestic Dry Goods, such as Mns?ns, Piints, ?injrfiam*, full width Sheetlni? Shirt logs Canton ana all wool flannels, Jean?, Uottonadot, Table Damssks, Out? ings and others Domesiics, all of which will lie sold at pnces to (-lo-e. Alto a Complete line of AIM). DISE IL'SL Fall and Wiater Dress Goods, fit'all kinds, including plain ami fancj goods, novelties, Siiks. Velvets, dec, which m ?il lu.' sacrificed value. CLOTHING and in.us and boys' HATS;,! a GREAT sacri? tic. Tbe Stock of Skoes |fa tbeHardware Departiieot, and of best eostom work. Special cut prices arc marked on a!! goods. Great bargains in Ladii >. M and Child S Also mens and boys' cheap. Many nrticles ?i all departments u ili lie marked at < ost ami much ?i llii'f of Vaille Mill I, All kind- of Cm ' . at .1 sacrifice. Tlie intention is to Mind business in (In? time. Bargains in Hatting, Ploor Oil Cloth, &C. In the GROCERY DEPARTIRENT, special prices are named on everything. You can save iron? 15 to 25 per cent by attending this sale. All must lie converted into cash, at once, TKR.MN: Cash on delivery of goods. Goods at sacrifice prices are not charged to accounts. Country Produce taken as (ash in exchange for goods. All persons knowing themselves indebted t" the business are urged to settle at once. M. COFFMAN, Receiver. COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTI. TUTE. A Teaclu i?>' Institute for Shenan. dual, county will be ! eld il Wo ? ! I 2? and 28, bouiniiin?^ each day at 9 "'c'...-k. K\ ery one w ho |?roi ? schon! in s; enaiiflo: It counts ? tute, and ?ted tobe also, Programme, etc., ucxt ?reek. truly, J. P.. .M. In 11 RFF, ? Schoi Is DEATH OF MR. JAMES V. BROOKE. Wairenton, Va., Oct. 10.?Mr. . fine ot' Virginia*! .1 I.-i-t irs, II had served with distinction in the iii?l moat | DEATH "1 A CONTRACTOR. \ of Cas was biinied il "tin r ii d WHYG?UGH Why i ? option, when the ? '? John W. Bull's Cough Syrup will i are jrou at oncef II n ? Inns; tro nd luable. DcBull's COUCH SYRUP Will cure a Hacking Cough. rticjtuuicuii il. l'rivt ?? *i -?II Jrual(i?t? NOilCE. . The t. ?WonUtiiek. V.l.. .If in my hand*, read* I Thorn not paid I'V " It?', will l.e turned i |payment ol -ame i n m. w m v'.uri'i'.i:. ... t. ; t dee. TRESSPASS MOTH w.- the undersign, i I I Shenan ami warn all perrons not l' " oar landa by hnntinj either with gui eutting limber, learli All persons failing to comply ? I ill In-dealt m it 'I' i. C. Ut-mail, Il Chart - M P, M. - G. II. Bann, Benjamin Wilkin, . Windle, W. M David - - imnel D. B o-tpd David Windle. To the Public. X. V. Frenen having du d. in whow name all bitttnest In o/oodsta Kdlnbnrg ?as conducted, ilii? ?s to notify ?le- public Uial by tlie article! ol ?gre< m. ot ..i partnership between w. 9 French, K. Florence ami Mi Kieiieli, of i.?crd in the Clerk'* o ' ? ..: siieiian.ioaii i oniiiy, Vlrglnls Hook 19 and Btgtl I!'; all ..f -aid hu-i iie-- i- to be conducted Iu the name ol M. V.French. Raipeetfully, W. S KUKM II. E. FLORENCE FRENCH, HBO. F. ?'. Flelicl,. net ; 4t. Made Well.c: Cl^Wear well. The Pants which I am offering to the people SUITS MADE TO SUIT ALL CUSTOMERS. I GUARANTEE FITS, . GOODS PURCHASED OF ME WILL BE CUT FREE. R. W. BURTSFIELD. The Main street Merchant Tailor. Woodstock, \ irginia? i-tr. NOTICE. In order to close business all persons Indebted to T. B. Richey, either by note oi open aeconni.aie respectfully n quest ike prompt settlement without fnitliei : M. CoKFMAN. Ro< liver. MISS i:..l. RINKER, WOODST?0CK, VIROIMA. Fai.i. Opknis?', Frikay WO Satvs DAY, < ?. 1. 7th AM. 8th. A bill supply of millit.. ail kind? will be received and placed ? ci exhibition, An experienced trim h Fahim..re has been era ? :i.ral invitation is ax | tended to my friends and tin- publia -??il. ?! ally. Sept. 30?3mo. ? M ' 17, 1898. " 18 lliiir-. St, " 23, . Monday, " 14, '! . I : -day, ' .0, lay, " 26, - >', I'llur?.lay, ' '.'7, , i s. in. to la m.) ,'7, : p in. to ?"> p. ni.i Friday, " I - . m. i.. 11 m.i . 'riday, , i p m to 8 p. III. I " 09, " :. " Nov. 1. '' lay, " I, \: l n ; iy, " B, " " 4. " ?, " rket, Thuradaj A I'rid .? 10 ? U. | -, i ' ?" Si f 1 day until D |*S/*Remember 5 |ht cent, will ba loall nn p.nd ' Respe ttiilly. ?i. W. KOOB I A FRICAN A will cure Rheumatism and Scrofula to Sta* Cuied. Wheels,Springs, Spindles, . Pole. Shafts. Side Bars, Tires, Cushions, Tops' and all ? If \.'ii want your 1 UggJ ii I -? liiaiilu :? and at it . - pi ici ?. call i ii CHAS. FOGAL. Wood? . \ LUST. - < ?ne red i ? hair?, with tl . m -.i i??. I.. ;? ear off, suit? three years old. A lib? ral n a rd will be paid for III mation bv \s hi,-l, I . JXO. W. F \KI-F. Notice to All. The Boyer I * blisill? s.? at their i ill er ? let. ! ini goods i.e. i\eil after this Any persons hat ing si at their conveni? n W M F MM M iBStiTRt? IVOOD8T04 K, VIK(iIMa. Urs. J. H. WILLIAMS, Principal Kiltefiitli an M.l'l 1.MI1I U 1 ? Kterj rulij taught, anoCraroti w.,r'. Dr. Er. Er. TERRY, e^VETBKINARY St K?l()\.*uv Fkkmanknti.y I.i-CATKI' at IVoOs> V A . Ilavhl?, lo.-aWd at Wood-link. I will in- glad to ii. ? nasse having lick, ib-. a?e.l. I.!, mished ST injured animals Caite promptli an-won-d to all parts of country. Call by telephone W.brock ? e.itial. saw* Of'?i al Bheaaasssah Dsane. sap, i ?las, CASTOrtlA.