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is i-i ui-ii':;? vvkrri.Y by JolIN if. GUABll.l.. WHOIiSTO N, \ 111-?IMA. F.*I.)AY, DEC. 23I?.D. 1898. After wo acqnirv the whole worltl, how cud we kee). np u protective m .fry a I l.Uii.i kissed HT ladies Monday at K.in-is City, Mo. Tlie babil seems t" ?. .rruwmg upon him. A negro n Washington in making n?"ci sai.! aheiil President Mt> !v tl ?y : "It is o , .1- ? ;.i -,? ? !ii?i II ?I? ii" v 1 i \ :i ?outll throwing ii.lilies oV-'i- te!" I ''iiivt-s." ^**aa??? ? * Mr. 11. v in i? u??;? it ol the army ami is ci ? i_- ?.' in tin -I'l't'iis task of ki-.'i'i i? liiii-e'.i';., i.- the pe?*ple. - Si * President McKinley ftjd v gtans ...'?". Ii '. ? sweet, 1 it waaj i?'.. - ? If the President thinks it right to take care of the dca?l Confederate?, he certa not t" object to taking (?are ol the living. ? ? IV. siilent McKinley 1ms made so few inutak ? th;.. he will be a for nudiiM? ' uilii... for Pre*i?lent in 1900, II '??;?;.linly has a cuicli on the iiomitiatioii. a * a It i? i it Mr. Bry in wints to make ' i ?ti - - in the icvt campaign. If it bu once determiii id t.- place Mr. Bryan in the lead, it will ?? difference what the IBBUe is. T ?? ?-i'? ";?!?' W? I IVildilv de? cide ii. Senator Calvin 11 railroad magu ? I. Tin Nickel pla,te "railroad j.'h converted him, from a lonn "t modi rut? iiiritn? into a mil? lionaire. Tl e floral displaya at his funeral are said to hare cost ten thousand dollar*. ? * a (l o.' a settled question that wean ivc the Philippines ami a er islands. Un? fortunately, wc have none "n the weal '? i?" Vlric i oi E irope, though it will be timeenought ' o look out for tli* in, after the Pillipii come civilized and learn hew to aaa'iipul.-ite the Australian ballot. * * ? Mr. Mi K ? j strui k a popul ir chord when he >:ii?l that the tim,- lia 1 come foi tl e General Government to take care of tl e gr ?- - ol Con fodi time will . wha n? Government wi I acknowledge the justness of the ?musc for which the Confederates died. It may not he in our day or generation, but it will surely come. History, divested of the fall which now form ?o great a part, ** i . iu time esl iblidi the truth and future generations will >lo honor* to the memory ? f the m?n who folio?i*d L ?? and the Johnston?-, and Beaure gard niel Jackson, and Wheeler, and Forest, ai rl ( : il orne, und Ho "1 and Po agg, and Polk, and :i host ot other? who tonglil for constitutional liberty. PROGRESS AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONFEDEREE MUSEUM. The annual meeting vf the Confed? erate Memorial und Literary Society, held ut ; ' on the Otli it?? a nut, a - uniisually busy, but nun? sting us a*ell. A large p*.rt ?ion nus devoted to the i"'-' < pi 'O of the rcj*orta ?.fihe vice-regenlsfor th" different State? ant the c'lininittces. These show t'nit th. - made remarkable an I r:i|>.<] pi". ?; The reports of the vice-regent?) are given below : mi: vimiiMA soon. The relit"" m loch bave hein r.i\ f?? during the year are of much vaine and inter, si. Notably, arc two let? ters written by President Davis, one' of them the last latter written by hint l-oteea the evacuation to his hotMe keejier, .Mi?. .Mmy Ornelia, giving direeiioiis aboul the di?[i,is.il of her pels, "nil. 1V> ?ts, mid coiniiu odino; )H.V to the kind cue of ihe Mayor of the City. The Utter was presented In Mr. ?|. 1". Phillip?, of liiclimom'. Miss Lacy Lee Hill sent, :is a loan, the sword and spurs ot her lather, Qmeral A. P. Hill. The?epat*sareof silver, hamlcoiitely engraved with his inline, were presented by his lady friends of South (:anilina. Map? ol Uit'htnond, Pote"?lui.;_?, and \ieinilv, a "true pino" odh? battle near Lets borg, Va. and a ataa of the battle. ?rrotind ot'lii-'ciiliiier river bave b?ni received. The bitter is the only known map of that bait .I'-gromul, and has been prnii?.ui>e? d to be <d' niiieh ralae by a member of General Jack ?on'? RlutV. Many other relies have bten uTiived worthy of mention,' ?. ; c., milled to the ran I.lo ones of former years, make? lite i ilieclioil priceless beyond mcasr e. We .ne to be congratulated thai so many tilinga come ',<? ni anaoHoited, nul that more and moie out people ate realising the ?mpoftance of olac ing their tressnrcs of the "1 owl Cause*' in m place of safety. A source of income ha? been I'"oui the sale t'\' the >ouv nir spoons bearing the flags of the confederacy on ihe handles. Mis. J.Taylor Kurse*?, Vuv-Keo-eiit Virginia Boom. WASHINGTON LETTER. iKrom our U?(?uliirC?>rrc?l>ciiiU'nt.) Wasihn.?t.'N, Dec. 19?Circuin ?tanooa have brought the expan? lion ?picstioii very much to the front, in Washington. President Mc? Kinley'? speech at Atlanta, in which he risked "Who will haul down the flag?" is regarded us committing him m favor of expansion, and ofrolaining the Philippines, ami it lias enthused the expansionists in Congress, und OWt of t'"ii'_rress. Then came Col, I Brv.iu'a visit to Washington for the double purpose of trying to prevent Senators ol his party opposing the ratification of the treaty of Peace, which he says should not figure in the fight against eipaiunoii, and of solidifying his parly in both branches "f Congress against expansion. lie succeeded so well in the first that it is now generally expected that the treaty will be ratified by the Senate before the close of this session ol Congress, although it cannot be seni to the Se?ale until the first week in January, He wasn't so aucccssful in his other object. He found numerous Senators ami Representatives "t his , parly who told him plainly that tii?*y and their constituents believed thai it was the proper thing for this g lyero ment to keep all the territory it ae qiiiredin the war with Spain, and ? long as the administration policy was) legitimate expansion, and not imperialism, they expected tn cordially support it. Col. Bryan ad? mitted in conversation with his friends that public sentiment at the pr s, m time is favorable to expan? sion, blithe argued that it will ??ooi, be changed and will support tie ? osilion he ban taken. The Nicaragua Canal bill cannot he said 'm have made any real pro? gress during the week it has been the "unfinished business" of the Senate. Nearly all of the Senators claim to favor the Canal, but a ma? jority of them appear to have diff, 1 ?nt ideas of the legislation that will beat accomplish that resit it, The consequence i> a number of amend? meiits'and talk of several brand new bills. Senator Morgan ?ays he doesn't care whose bill is jiassed or what its exact form is, just so the construction <>f the Canal is authorized ai this session of Congress, The sentiment expressed by Presi? dent McKinley??that the time liad cune when the I'. S. Govemmeiil ought i o ?hare int' e raw of the Con? federate Head?found an echo in Con gresawlien RepresentativeRixey, <>t Va., introduced a bill providing thai ?'.ruinent should also share in the care of living Confederates, who are needy, by opining to them all Soldier's Homes and other institutions maintained by the Oovertiment for lex-soldiers, upon the same terms that I". S. soldiers and sailors are admitted. Members of the Anglo-American Commission no longer speak hopeful It ?t success in the negotiation "f u treaty that will remove all friction between this country and Canada, and establish commercial reciprocity. On the contrary, they now regard any ?al??factory agreement on reci * procity, a? improbable, if not actually impossible, and the negotiation of a treaty cmbraeiug any points or real importance is very doubtful. The Commission has adjourned until Jan. ."?, irden a l.i-t attempt to agree on something will be made. Col. Bryan*? friend? aie divided as to whether the New Yorker who was quoted :;s fellows in a local paper, im,nit to be complimentary or other? wise; "I think Bryan would have made one of the great est actors that ever trod the boards, and even now, if be would adopt the stage, there i? j almost the certainty of success. He j ii a inirn actor, ami had he started m time, Would have outshone the grcatesl we have seen in this genera? tion. Hi? Chicago spi'eeh that won him the nomination for President wa? i masterly bit of acting?SO was his going to the war. I don't mean by that to accuse him of insincerity, but ii is tin- wry nature, of the man to play a part. He has a nia-jtiificent lace, lin?-voie?-, and magnetic presence, all of ?hie,i Would hive lifted him to Ih? topmost place had file decreed him lu he a Thespian." Same old Congres?; sanie old talk about working throiii'h the holidays; same old joint resolution providing Ibr a Christinas rece?s of two weeks, fr io liit- Slat inst. Amen! Li n.li'i?, Dee.??O.?A dispatch from Shanghai to a newspaper here says a powder magaxine in the centre of a Chinese camp at Hangchow exploded levelling a tupiare mile of houses. It is estimated that thirty thousand tiddlers Wet? killed, including tin ?jcncral coiioo?iidiiig the foil (is were injured. * ST. D.WiD'SNEWS. luv. M. I,. Carpenter filled his regular sppointment at Mt. /.ion last Sunday, M . Paul Koikcr was in Woodstock Men :,??. We leatn tint tie time for the I'u ?iirist ci- m S? David'? chinch is se! tin-s un,day night the ?Hlh. The report thai there wM be airee at Alt. Zion is a mistake. It is to be a Christinas service <m the Wednes? day evening aller Christmas. The great quantity of rain has put the roads ?n bad condition. Mr. Emic Miller, who drives a huckeer wagon for Mr. J. Phil Clem, if Edinburg, was on ais way io the Fort bist Thursday and while com? ing around what is called the big turn on the mountain road, his horse be como frightened at the ice and com neiiced backing and finally went over bank 13 or l? feet high. Strange to say nothing of any consequence w.i? injured, but it took eight men to get the Wagon up on the road again. We guess i in nigh as he went ever the hank?"good by, pretty.* We would like to know if the peo? ple remember that about a year ago a petition was gotten up asking ior a road to commence at what is known as Stoneburncr'S hill und crossing the Belew fields connect with the Joppa r..a 1 below Harvey Stouts. The pe? tition also stated that if said road was secured the old road was to be abandoned. Now we think that would be a big" mistake, and that the ?Id road should be kept open as it is the most direct way to Edinburg, I will close by wishing the editors ind nil the readers of the Hbbalo a merry Christinas and Happy New Year. June Bug. REMARKABLE BaTSCUB. Mrs. Michael Curtain, l'laiufield, 11!., make? the statement, that she caught cold, which settled on her lungs; shei was treated for a month by her family physician, but grew worse. He told her ?he was a hope? less victim of consumption and that UO medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption* ?lie bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefilted from first dose. She continued iu use and after taking six bottles, found herself sound and well; now*?does her own housework, ami is as well as siie ever was. Free trial bottle? of thi? Great iv al B. Schmitt's Drug Store. Only 50 cents and $1.00, every bottle guaia iteed. DILBECK ITtMS. Tin- debating society at Promised Land has become quits interesting. The society preserves the best of or? der at their meetings, and we hope all our young men will take an active part. Mr. 1). Clem ivas poisoned last Sunday ?light, the 11 tit inst., by eat ?11?* ,i small piece <<( candy. Dr. I) L. Shaver was summoned as soon as the case appeared serious. Ml. Clem seems somewhat better bul Still suttcis intensely. Mr. W. N. Brown is slowly covering. Mrs. Marcus llitenour is very much improved. Mr. W. H. Ban-, who had been visiting his family and friends at this place, has returned to Ohio where he will spend the winter. The mountain road on the north side I? said to be very icy. Anyone intending to cross might prevent a serious accident by having his horses well roughed. I. See LOST. HsnybSTS losl confidence and hope as well as health, becatrat they b .ve lieen told tluir Kidney disease was uo-urail?. Foley'l Kidney Cure is a Guaranteed ' r the discouraged and discon? solate. All .'nif-vi-ts. DEBATE. A society for ihe advancement of the educational interests was organ? ized at Maurertown school house on Friday evening Dec. 1 nth, with the election of Dr. I). L.Shawr as presi? dent, W. E. Mclntiifff vice-president, and Miss Mamie Spiker, secretary. After the organization, a joint de? bate followed, the topic being ''Re? solved that the new text-books re? cently adopted were the best ex change thai could be had for the in? terest of the people of Shcniindoali, and for the advancement of the pupils of our schools. Athrmalive: J. L. Kiblcr, and Jno. Keller. Negative: Chas. Swart z, Hugh Crabill, and Dr. D. L. Shaver. The judges were Milton Saum, Timothy Stultz and Samuel Clem. The topic was well argued on hol h sides for nearly thr?'C hours, after Which the judges unanimously decid? ed in favor of the negative. The next meeting will be held the second Friday evening of January, 1899. B. B. NO IICMHURQ. F' ley's Honey and Tar doe? hot claim to perforai ad rae les. It d?ies not claim to cure all cace? of consumption or ??th? in n, hut it does claim to give comfort ami relic! in iidvxnccd stage? of there ?ad to letiidly cure e?rly ?l?ge?. Mainly worth trying fey tho?e ?f thctcil or tlireHtciicd witli the dread di? AU druggists. Kamemf ?our ?>..????? vrith (??rar?.?. I it h irilc. cure t email pat I on turner lOcSie. IICCC. fa'U?i.J?i;ij*4a- -f?tadavuac?. *****!B?**a*B*?ajBjB^^ I_ HV ^S_ ?ffaV ! liiPaiii? t i t je In tha Qaok? ? Then probahly the kidneys. ?? In tho Ohoot? *> Then prohably the lungs. ?** In tho Joints? ?J Then probably rheumatism. \ No matter where it is, nor what kind; you need have It no longer. It may be an hour, a day, or a year old ; it must yield to Dr.A?CfS Cherry Immediately aftere.pi(fyin(? it yon feel it? soothing, warming, strength? ening power. It quiet? cong*etion; draws oui inflammation. It is a new plaster. A new comhinstion of new remedies. Made ?fter new methods. Entirely unlike tny other plaster. The Triumph of Modern Medical "fblenc*. The Perfeeta?! Product of years of "??tient Toil. Placed over tn? chest it U a powerful aid t-> Ayer'? Cherry l'ec tor?l in th? trutment of all throat and lung affections. Placed over the Ftom?ch. it stop? r?use? ?nd vomiting; BV?r th? bowel?, it controls cr?mps ar, : Placed over the small of the back, it remove? ?11 congestion from the kidneys ?nd greatly strengthens weakness. For sale by ?II Druggists. J. C. Ayer Co.. Uwell. Mai*. ?^In i-aJal **&??. Strasburg Hogs. Our neighboring town ot Strasburg ha? dlstlngnisbed heraclf In the way "f raisinglarge hogs. The Newt publirhe? >? li?r of tl bog?In th" Immediate vleln ?ty of Sir.-i-iiiir-r ih it averaged over -inn ii?s. Bach, our old friend, M .j te J. II. Sew?), whose hospitality Is m well known. wa> tin- owner of the first two on this list, one ol whfch wsi the bon BOg, BBd weigueil i"i Hi Hi?. The Miij.ir is ? .?launch .M dem. .eral Bad if ?'c liai a democratic. President, it i- probable Unit lie Would he th? le,-i|lieilt of mil? ol llic h im?, lint a- Mr. .McKinley I? not that kind of S cat. he Will gel lloin' of the Major*? bam?. J. Stickley's hogi come Atoll the |M Weighing re-|ie,!h,..'v IU ami 4M lbs As Bock ha? a mill at hi? command 11 i? no wonder that he had Utlmgs. Philip Blr had next to the lar?*c>r bog It weighed Sttlbs., while R. ?linker was close behind with one weighing 96*1 Iba Our old friend, John Allen, a Woodstock boy ?ho le,- dorn ?II in f?tra?liiirg. had three which wei?lieil. Ml, I Ig, and ?1481b?. He and Buck Stickley usa tha ?ame kind of feed. A man that kill? boga thai weigh leu than 3uo lb?. Bach, i- not admitted Into the tlr-t eirc!.- of hoe; misara. Mr. D. W, Gillian) who killed one thai weighed le?? than 100 lbs to no longer considered member ofthe society. The Inhabitant? ol the old town are Just reselling In sausage, pudding and pon linas, for the present, and are look? forward to the long -iinimer after* boom when Strasburg eau be located by traveler?, mile- away, h.v the deliclou? oilor- el frying ham. The tjtr i-'mr, p?jo ple evidently head, the Virginia list, m iticeessful pork raisers. ORANDA LETTER, Oh! what ?gloomy weather. Vernier says the 24th, is to be lite coldest day ofthe winter. Some of our people have filled their ice hoQBett, Mr. II. P, Miller, has ?gone to Washington, to take Mr. W. W. Woodaid's piare a? teacher in the reform school there and Mr. Wood ard hag taken Mr. Miller's place a? teacher in our school to fi'l out hi? time. Mr. W P. Slickh-y is one of our very busy men, he i? running ? InTSiu I saw mill, and one Unie kilin. Quit?- a number ot our people art Buffering from pink eye. We regret very much to nott tiie ih'utli of Mrs. William Qreen, wbicli occurred at her home near Shiloli last Saturday. There will be a Xiiia? tree atn! exercise in the Church here, Monda] riecht Dec. 10th. Jamba JADWVN NEWS. There has been plenty of rain a'l over this section, and mud is no curi? osity with tig. The sick of tliis community are no better. Mr. Tony Myers and sister, of W V.-i., pajil their brother Jonathan a visit Sunday and Monday. Mr. l'olk and "wife of Orkney Springe, ?pent Sunday with Mr. I'olk's sister, Mrs. Sallie Doll, of this phre. Rev. H. H. Kennedy will preach at this place next Sunday afternoon. Mr. Jonathan Myers killed three March hoys that weighed |.''<M) lbs. Can anybody beat that for March "sags? The Mt. Airy Cornet Rand gave the people of Jadwyn a very enjoya? ble serenade last Sal m day night: Yap Hidi is the champion rabbit hunter ofthis place. He killed ten in one day last week. For a hot plate of oy-tcrs call OB J. F. IImisent.nek. Joe ha? "poned an oyster saloon along with his barbar shop. A Kinder. New Yoik, Dec '20.?According to mail advices the Spanish crui?er Maria Teresa has broken in two andl is rapidly going to pieces. ' OBITUARY. KBTOB. il SXLKB iukK'I a v Mr?. Ketimiii Ellen Hockinan beliived wifbitfCapt. i". Ih ektnan departe?1 thli ife Nov. -.'.'ful 1898, aged "'I re??? :! taoutha and 7 tlayi. Hha was the eldeil daughter of Jacob ami Miihala Kravel. She wai the lecoud wife of Cant Hoekman, bli Irel wif? being the ?liter of the deceased. She ?? survived by one lister, Malinda, residing at I.ant/.'* mill, Shenaiiiloiili eonnty, and a husband, two danghter?, Nellie and Mary, and two IOOS, Jacob and Milton. she ii?,i been s devoted member of Lebanon Evangelical Lutheran chu?*) for twenty year?, sin- i ore her last iilne-- of ?evrai ?reek i duration aith Christian fortitude. She ?as a good woman, and it can be truthfully said of her u of Dorcas, Aeti 11*S6, "Tills woman wai full "f good worlu and ilmideedi which ihe did." She used her time Slid mean? fnely for alleviating the want? and ?uttering? "f lho-e iihoiit her. Many were tin; homes an.i heart- made glad because ol her kindly benefactions. The funeral servlcei were conducted by ber Pastor, Rev. Ass Richards, from I.clianon cliliieli, a-?l-|ed by i:,v. llau inan ol the Reformed church. May ilu (?mi of all eon.-,,i?ii.''Tem? per the -tonn to the -l?..in luiili." and isnclify the deep ?ffltctloii to the g.I of the sorely bereave.I. K. LOVES vot Mi DREAM NIPPED IN THE BUD. A y, Dag man by the name of Run ion, and -i young I:.'!;,- ol I urti en Of the Milne 1. . . runa** ? irLantz'i Mill, "ii Sonda*. i a tbc-r way I town to be m D Bl tl. ir ll d the father ? lady ind bi r ff in hot ? ? Bg the front of Mr. . the young man ntended hurried out through a rear do? r e in the barn. 15>,t their retreal ? by 1 ? t lot of corn : Ihirg, hs love'*) lit! charm for him. lie took hi? young daughter back to Mr. Ilollar'i ho ?'.hen he statte,! for li ? damsel. The young man wenl le.me to wail f : ? the wi il ! I v will he plenty to help him : ' NATIONAL HOTEL DAMAGED. Tlte National Hotel of MeKeeynport, Pa., conducted hj ' 'ol W, I . Laugh in, f.-i in.-i .y "f ih<- Sheiiatuloah Hou* . In this place, made a nairo**. e?cape from total destruction by Arc, on the morning "f We.ll.e-ilav. Dee. 14th, at 3.43 A. M The tire broke'oul In the frame building used as the laundry and hotel kitchen. Mr. Walter Brown, the hotel clerk made the discover)'' The Uro depart meid was at once notiried and the one hun . 1 r??'I gu -i? trotise !. I n some ?vat m-.-, "ii-v to tir.-ik down the door? and ilrsg the guests out ol bed. For? tunately alle-e.ipeil without injury The f?ame biuldii - r?l dining room were lestroyed alioseyeral ?uit ot furniture. There was much damage from smoke and water. Col. Laiigliliii ha 1 made no cotnph ;?? p.*timate. The lot il i..-? t.. building, ind ad? joining property was roughly estimated at from ? ight to twelve thotuund dol? lars, Ti ?' '!?-? I uii,'i|i.iuor. ?roriT-T. ? ' '. ( ' i . I . 1 '? Christmas Holiday Excursion R.ites. 1398 99. for schools and colleges and the General Public Th,- Southern bail Any amnuncea the I ??!? of round trip tickets to all points I South of the I '?.11.111 c Ohio and East of the Mi--i-?:ppi Rivera, m Students ol School? and Colleges on Dewmber 16 to 'jo. inclusive, with flnal limit January I. 189*1, at rale of one and one-third i'n-t daaa fare? for the round trip; ?nd for tin- General Public I?.mber?i, S3, 24 and ?. also December S ? and 81, 11*06, and .laiuiaiv 1,1889, anal limit Jan.4, lags II Ihe ?.inn- rate. A Young Boy Shot. A rather myiicriotti ihootiag affitlroc eirrcd in Powell'? Fort, near th R n Monday. Win!? the twelve year old bob of Mr. Cbaa. Cu'len wr-i ?mt gathi Ihe ocarb] woodi ihe load of bird ihol linking young Cullers in the wri.?t In i painful bul aoi wiioui The lad saw no one around ai ihe dm? and dcea not know who Bred I?-?- ?hot. Dr. Hi?, y was Beat for and ren ered ! a-si-tance. HOLIDAYS' ENTERTAINMENT. The Mt. Jackson Public School will give ?n entertainment In Ihe Mt?J?*ck ?on ball, Wednesday evening, '? ? : o'clock. < )\.?ters and other ic iri'-hincnt? served before and after the cut Tt:?itim.-iit Proceedi for an extra month ofschool utter Public term. Tried Friends Best. For thirty years Tutt's Pills have proven a blessing to the invalid. Are truly the sick man's friend. A Known Fact For bilious headache, dyspepsia sour stomach, malaria.constipa tion and all kindred diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS AN ABSOLUTE CURE. l.ooK HERII !'er?oiis nee ?tin** fruit tree? for tall or ?pritig planting woald gtvs as u '?II In fore placing tie ir onlir-, a- in- have ? nice lot of apple tree- in ?.'noil condition fr,c front Baa Jose scale, Ac. Apple .m ?ii.iH) to i*>.(>" per hundred. .??einl u? a ii.-t ot yin iiai.ts and let ii? e-ive -pei ial | lii i -, Rl Okanha 11 faV tl v'o., Orando, \ *v*??:*\rvs** -. \ Tested and 1 For 25 Yf -'* Would you ." i to put nli y - In a row ban!*. ? Oi ? havo just hon id of? ?V But how r.iioiit r.n ' 5 bank ? Ono that 1 y business for ov r a q a. i* V of a century ? Ono that I i X always kept its prom i On i that never f ;! ' " *" misted you in any ?* You. could truat auoii u bank, couldn't you? SCO a a- S EMULm % *? | 1 i . *. S B * of COD-LIVEP. OIL *v7TTH%j l: hypophospii '?!T3 ?a J et ' *? tlko auoh ? bank. Ithnnn? ppointed you, never v ill. > 3 I. has never deceived you, .* ** never will. , J Look out that someone ? a; doos not try to make you *? * Invtast your health in a new * ?J ionic, some now modicino \ a* you know nothing of. Jf ?,o<. and Ji.'io; all il- '?? If SCOTT if IIOV.NI", Chur-.iOs, Mr? Y fa. * a* ?a ?,'*v?>-/i"?t-a>a??v?'.?v?^:?a.i'a^'a"??*?.*?ii"?? 0^Tk.*3T*<O2^.T-.Ti.. Tli fie- /? ^&*yiffl&&. tl !? ?TC7 ??.5/ *???*?;?'?? THE EASTERN STAK. Ad.ih Chapter of the Eastern Star i: "I a -!"'. iai communication for the in -lalliitmn of the officer I for the pruning ?/ear. on last Monday night After the installation ?.eremouies, the Chapter ad .ioiirned from labor to refreshment and ? iijoved a soeial oyster nipper, The ?v-ter? were iptciidldly prepared by the Muhlenbnrg Cab . and letved ? which delighted all who were fort?nale mough to he pre.cut. C ASTOI H.A.. fata?. ^_^* _ MARRIED. At the I'aisonagc Strasburg, \"a.. December 2 rth at 4 p. in. by Rev. J, 1>. Ilamaker, Mr. Jon pit Splker.o' KoWImo, Ind., and Mis? Alberta Davti Zepp, Va., were soli mn< j - Mr. Jacob Ho km,in and Mi?- Man I Bowman two popular young p? Mt. Olivo were the atrendnnt?. bountiful dinner ?| the Hotel, the tin] | ? coi pli took the train for several "f the Eni-tcrn cities. They have the ii..-i wlshe? of many friend?. Ar Ihe Parsoi ?ge, by Ri v. M. !.. i, on Di ; HI., Mi. Alberi Miller and Mis? X? Ine ?.inute Cnu^.? Cure, cures. That Ij v.Sat II was made lor. r3a??aaa-aaa-Ba)aaaa-aana-aaiai, ?I lt r\\L lUN'IKl: IL UcGUIRE, Ear and Eye Specialist [heIn a -. ?nd ?nd Int. tar?me?; l>e*n H lee. .' , ?m. Saab ?iaaaaaaaaa- ?- ?* a.*? a a, ?-.a-?* "?a a* a a? ???r-i'?"/^ v????????'???f?? ?e ?ff?? I ; i O.tT Holiday I Slock wa* ?o i amenae tl at even now at this late day. we have a lot ofattrscttve presents to "tier. Dre??*li g i ases, Manicure Sets, ? II indkerchief and Olov? boxes, ? flinti.graph Albums aud Boxe?, Pocket Knives, Razor?, N'i cktte Boxe?, Collar and I uff Boxe?, Fain y < 'bina for table and or? naraeiit, beautiful 1 irge pi and Medallion*, Cold Pen?, I n l'en?, Bisque I Gold plated frson menu, Chafing Dishes, Bran Tea Kettle? ,or pnilor use, Ex : ro- \\ agoi -. Do -, 1?; iinmand in.iny toy?. ('.? ?ee >ttr ?tock. B SCHMITT, Dragglst, Woodstock, Va. I ._ t '??ssvtiii'HO' s*a?s<>e?oio<>* "REMEMBER." The Holid iyi arc ilraw?ng near and every one exnect? a present. Foi" that time I will have a nice line of Sterl? ing ami Silver platel novel? ties, Silver table ware of the liest makes,Watches, Chains, Solid Gold und Diamond s, t rings, liroaeli.'S. liraeo I'K I\:i-. slick pins, sjieelacii s to suit all, and many oilier thing! suitable lor present**. Will make Special oi'lei - tor any thin.' yon may m ed. Mail orders eilen |iio'ii|it attention, ? our patrol***?*? reapcotlully ROliciied. Prices the lowest Salisfaclioii linar ii.t? c.I. Fine Repairing s specially. W. R. McClanahan. Jeweler, Woodstock, Va. NOTICE. All parti. - lanebted to ihs lets *A m. Donaldron ?III kindly raBW Mward sad ?ettle, or < ?law wtl' be presa? d l> l". M At.Kl DIR, II. Adll.l". Made We?.c: ^wear well. The Pants which I am offering* to the people I Ca??! GUARANTEE THEM. Mil's MADE TO SUIT ALL trsTOMKI.s. 1 GUARANTEE I ;? GOODS I'll;? UAH:!) of ME WILL BE CUT FREE R. W. BURTSFIELD, The Main street Merchant Tailor. Woodstock, Virginia. i-tr. What We Im To Say THIS WEEK! The vacant atore room formerly occupied l?v Si Furniture Co. has been converte?! into' a l*.KACTIFFI. RECEP? TION ROOM and is now occupied by II. MORRISON, Jr. in lion with hi? Photograph Gallery. YOU WILL FIND A FULL and COMPLETE ASSORTMENT, of PICTURES, PICTURE FRATIES, EASELS, MOLDINGS. ART GOODS, and NEAT, PRETTY LITTLE NOVELTIES. CHRlST/iAS PRESENTS it vii'i are lookina (V>i : nice to give i Irieu I, prises KODAK-, CAMERAS md SUPPLIES,! RAYONS PAS TIKI.. WATER COLORS, COPYING and ENLARGEMENTS. NOTE! We ?till jealously guard the r?-p?*tation our fj havi us ii.1.1 to in.luce BBW patron? t., cali and retain our old ones, we hare added many na?r and elegant altra i,3 tiery, ??hairs Ac. Cull and we shall tako pl'isure in ?bowing you our goods. Prices sre inarktkl so low they will i il Dec. --oin N. MORRISON, Jr .^BIacksrr\iti-*iir*\2:.:^ Having purchased the old and well known blackamith sh? p in r (ico. R. Fravel's Furniture establishment on Main street, I am resdj commodate all in need of work in my line. All kind <i tew ?oik pairing done on ?hoit notice and at lowest possible prices. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. Tbemoat careful attention paid to this class of work, and ? rrnaranteed in every -ase. My pries ?rill be doten to lite Ii IL ping you will give ma a chanco I promise to do my b ?t. JNC W. GILL. IVc.'.:: Por Sale riyerT?rm. ut ? ' it deer ? ?' i circuit .Ii cunity, ? >n tin- nth day ot septet - oi Win, D, Ih ek : nth? n vs. Tb mai HcClanahan . commission? r ? fie suction to the bighi il r, on MONDAY, DECEMBER 26lh,1806l 'the Court Hi use, w . Va., what il ka w 11 1 ern half , i the Hockman , ,r Tl. ' Clsnahan farm lying on the 8bcnandoah ? Ti m - I Brook, the portion to be be ?old contain n m excellent state of cultivation, well fenced and well :. 'I'll.- remainder "t this land is mality and well limb? red. The i ilivel lin.r house, barn and the usual outbuild toi ?bich ar. Ill TERMS OF BALE, ? urth 'ash upon the c nflrmstl d - lue in three equal annual Instalment! the ? I chits? lu "in the ? lay "t ?ale, the puichater to Kiv'" bond? with approved security, ami the - . urity. i. in. w. W. LOGAN, 8p'i c.'iiir. In the clerk'? office i ft*? Circuit court Ol Sir nan.1 .ill COUBtj" w. I), Hockman ?Jr? I [*homai M I'lanalian ?tc. Deftl In Chancery, \\'. I) ihn km ,n ?fcc Compl'u v?. Thomas M.Clanaliaii &c I' l,i."c...w, Ifiley. Clerk of said 1 hereby'certify thai W. W. Logan who mmlnloner of Wie ill said e.'l.-.'s ti\ I decree rendered therein on the 11th day ot September Bled bond, with personal seenlity, in the penalty lied bt ike Court,ami conditioned and pajratA? as prescribed by law, Qlren under my band this lath day of OEO. W. MILKY, c.c.c.g.c. NOTICE. In order to close business all persons indel.ted to T. B. Uichey, either hy note or open account,??re resj.tfully re<i>ie.?t e.l to make prompt settlement without further notice. M. ('OKI-MAN. I MA RKETS. W?)?iD81?iCK. V? Dt-c X IH?.W. Whfat.? C.rn. 4,) R??e. M Oat?.. **<' Racnn (country) h?m?. 1-H " ?id?? and shoulder?.... lu L?rd. 9 hotter. I?**. -4 Uhioken?(old) . ? I?'"?"?). xotatoM, new. AMOS OWEN CHERRY TREES The tine?!. bei rie? -? chi >ry tree? In lite ki i u n woi Id ?\< w on ihr tuiii""* ? lu in Mountain iiesi h,.,,,. N.i . ? | a-t few year- tree- fro? thi? luiii?.us or. hard Itav? beeu . : in the ?urrouiidlng count i > proved ? ?ur* ? ? I their i ?| id growth, ? i OUI finit. The : spread oui I? iig heavy linil - ?ck hcail--l,:i|., .|. hei. Ai inaiii si tin bi ih< -- hav? galheietl fiow one tra \ .iy line in flavor und - Util? j litaTi pie?, 'h 1 h ;?'? etc., inJ : ? th.y <lo in >ia\ ?ntl ?It ? 1 'ilu n other ti in | ly at ten cent- pi r quart. B? I ? vain?- a--fruit tree? they make the lii.e-t of shade ire. s. \ir. ,i: ,. | p - ii, k, t In. t liuliistiial Ageni of tin 6 board Ai* Lin?. ifiei examining il and -ceil*'; tin ii git ui '-i.it and ihade tiee, MJ i: - are ? rnpio growers, lb? y make a good ?bade j and yield an iiluii.il u; ? ., p > f black thai i?> thai tin i :i i, ad* market One thousand In- will in iiie >? fr?ta planting i le da revenu? : town thai i ut? C ? ni' m ?i Hi ? ui t< ; li'WII iMNe-, k'.p Up t In- ?Heel? alld | work ths cofiitrj roiui leading Into the i town." ??it would be s ' . that will I?- worth ihotiMUil? of doll ir? to be able to ?ay *our town bai fi ? noiieli on Its ???le-., lu* parka to pay the i the toun ami build ?"??"I roads,' at e?\e mu? a wide icpiilatioii foi thrift, Cllteljirise anil gOOd j udglnciit." M?. Patrick did sot onij t? ? hoi?* iieti'i ?m hi-ju.ijjiiieiit and we lu i i?h?jr to him and hi? asenta over ?ix \l\iu\ajufd - luring ''?'" ' ** -ea-ou. Tin' tue? can ! ? ' ?MB October 2 th to March the Mth ind a very rare thing for one to rara that we Will gladly send another In place Ot any that die the lii-t ?ca ihai la? ta, h eeretnlly -<i out. ?.>? carefully pack all h,, s |q ;,? to an v. in good cou.lin,,o. We can furo -\ tht'in either by mall o* expretramie to* three yean old. Small tu?? emw ogk. better and will bmIm i ?arge Ire? a- quiete a-a ten foot one, hut we will (urn)?h them any ??Ac up m u-ii feet Big*?. V?. .? pit p.iy all tlOBB when e:i-h BCCOfflp? Hie order. So it doe? not make anj .litVcr.'iice where you live they will b? delivered at the following pu ONE TREE BY MAM. M CMNTH 6 . tl.ix) 12 '* EXPRES* ?v 20 TREES ?Y EM'KI SO . loo .< W ? One tree free wilh each order If JOt mention the Hkkai.i?. Send money hv Kia-isreicd BMll icy oi.iei or eh*? t lag the?n payable toKKANK Hl.l<il}T? S< e, ami address; \ L'HEHRY MOLXTAlVSUPri.V I 0. F.LLKNBoKO, U.C. I'KFi*RKNCEs:--Ki'iheifordtoti Hank, Kutherfordlon, X. 1 .; So K\ press t'O.? Kllenboro. N On? Minute Gougit Core, cure?. TBal U -taW It ?"?* mat!? I??.