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? i. GHABILl . ? WOODSTOCK, vimii.MA. FRIDAY. JAN. i3th, 189??. War has int ??t broke w t*\i i n tin rnitc'l State-- and ' liai iianis d' tlie Pliilippine i bin a*e are certainly ?m the r . Cot-Bryan ??bitterly opposi tin- doctii.t' expaneion, L *re??T*eci, ??' think Cul. Bryan i? He may be a little offofl tlie fin qmnn'ii, tuit iu other respecta Unan llBBS I?v*e1 head. a ? a Ii ?i i m ifii strange, let it ait mil bui licit the inhabitants ? Philliptne islands would rather an independent government thi accept the liberty which t t' Stat( s i? trying t" force upon i ? ? '*Aiin ii. ; for America," or Monroe d?*t*trinc wat good m for it? day, bill the expansionist' have none of it. Tho motto ? ?? 'America for hersal ??!1 the wori?l bor America." ? Those heathen Filipinos mus titight that we agree?! to pay tw million for the privilege of tea? them how to be tree snd that Wi tend to giv?. them their lesson \? oat regard to cost, in money or 1 ? * a Tub mend era ??:' Cong lowed ?flOD a month for clerk bat as many of them retain son that money, a r?solution to prol them from continuing to do ?o introduced in the U. 8. Hou? Re]ii(?eiitati\t.s, Imt defeated. a ? a The Fillipinos are ??ugly'1 threaten tu drive the Am? ?' t\ Manila uni the island?, it i? that they propose to link took, before we can get reinfoi Tuen!?. T ? " wi.l In- another portunity to exercise huinaiiitar ism. a a ? One of tlie most difficult t.i devolving upon the present admi tration is to teach the Cohans : Filli|iino? the true signification liberty. Uncle Sam, if necessary, ? a?surne the r< le oi the old ^-U< master am] will teach school by ancient methods. a > The Staunton (tapers have so difflouhy in determining whet! their city is prospering or not. '1 Spectator givea a woful account the condition of affairs in that ci Hnmsoiiburghas very kindly invil the Staunt.'ti people to move to 1 progressive- city. . a a In or.ler to inform the Fillipu what kind of people we Sie, it win be well to distribute a hundred th? ?an?! copies ol tha declaration of i dependence among II? cm, or at lei that part which leaches thai govei nient? derive their j'isr powers frt the coiisvnt ofthe governed. * * a It sut require millions of moni ami thousands cd American lives force liberty, religion an?f humanit? iaiusin upon ih?' Filipino?, but it one cf tin- iiecc??'nics "t ihe lim? We are in it. w mi iweni t ike ibeir place .uni ?ho the Fillipinos how Americans figh [| ?as " y experiment hut I'm s im i? c 11 ' ' ' ' ; ? ? ? ? i-'."'i. Tin: people "t" tlie United Stat? liave always evinced the greatest i leres) in nation? fighting lor an ii dependent g ivernBveiit. Ten? an treasures were freely poured mit i .Cuba, ami now the pour Fillipino are eltending*tli?'ir hands ten? aal ing for sympathy in their atrnggl for iinlcp?'ii'leiicc. What -hall weil about it 'i That's the quest ??in. ? a It'n min should boldly proclatn the doetrine tbat we could never lia v prosperity until iron be made a ?t:n i; ard of value und that all of it ?hoiil, lie dined into legil tender coin?-, a i he ex pen??' ofthe government, ain that every tailure in business and th low prie?-ol the varions c<?nimodHie ate ?lue to Ihe fact that we dill m> BBS iron eoineii at :i pi??.nibeil ratii a? ?? legal limier, many people woiil. be rash enough 10 Bay that he was | fool Too Bashful to be Married. Woeoeser, Mi??. Jsjv T?Hen*** HbSBBSOBiI, avreil 2.1, a pro?pc?'tiv? brhlegroom, kil'. 1 himself in tlie It lirary ol'hi? Ii. r's hcnieiu gpBBBSI ye?1erday, BSHJ lbs "n'y reason tluil can lie imagined for the a?t is that lit was too lia-hful 10 be married. Ill ?BBS to wed Miss l/is l'r.iiity, of "Spen? cer, next Tm-'hty. The wedding was to have been a quiet one on ac? count of his retiring dis*>osUioa WASHINGTON LETTER. (From tun H?>?rularCorrcsiKindent.) W BiNOTON, Jan. 0?If the abili? ty ol Agoncillo, who has askod for re? cognition as Philippine Minister to >., v as equal to his impudence, he would Ihj a "warm ineiuber" of the Dipl? inatk Corps. He won't get iiny oflicinl recognition, but he ha? nlrvady made much trouble f?>r ii? in the Philippine?. He learned sometime aeo, by some leakage in official circles, that Gen. Otis had been instructed not to use force in dialing with the insurgents, without fi.it!? r l?der?, mid atome cabled the information to Aguinaldo, through the Philippine Junta at Hong-Kong* that's why Aguinaldo, has 1 .icn put - tine- up such a. ?tiff front toward our troops. Agoticillo is also getting en couragiuent from the aiiti-expansion i?ts in CooipreSB. Senator Mason has offered a resolution, declaring lhat the l*. S Will not attempt to govern the pc'ipl-' of any other country with? out the consent of tbe people '.hem - selves, or subject them by force to our domini?n against their wifl. The House Judiciary Committee has taken no (fticial action, but its members are unanimously ol tbe opin? ion that the acceptance ?if coinmis siuns in the volunteer army by Repre? sentatives vacated their scat? in Corr grcs?. Another vote WAS in: de for the ratification of the treaty of Peace when the Caiifornis !? gislature adopt? ed a resolution directing the Senators from that slate 1o vote tor ratifica? tion, without amendment, ofthe trea? ty. Senator Perkins had announced hi? intention to vote against ratifica? tion, unless the legislature of Ins state instructed him to vote for it. If the legislatures ill other stales followed th? sentiment of the majority of their constituents, there would donbtlws l?e similar instructions sent to oilier "bucking" Senators, Sei ator Caffrey agrees w itli Sei a tot" Vest, that a colonial policy is against the Constitution of the T'. S, und said in a speech, 'hat to establish one would be despotism. Tlie follow? ing extract from bis speech BOUndl good, and, if there were no content? ed EnghVh colonies, might be con. viueing: "The history ofthe world shows that God has net ihe bounds while the different people of ihe earth shall abide. When I look nt the condition ofthe world, I :iin un? alterably convinced that no perman ent sway can bo held by the white man over the blick man in the suli tropics,except by a strong military and cruel despotism." Wk oij> Confeds and descendants of Confeds are certainly able to take care of our heroic dead. It is the liv ing that need assistance. It may sound ?ery well for Camps, every member of which is well provided for, to spurn the aid of the general gov? eminent, but there are thousands of poor Confederate?, some of whom have been placed upon the pauper list, who need the assistance. We are decidedly in favor of their receiv? ing it. They need it, they are just? ly entitled to it, and it a? much the duty of the United States govern? ment to provide for them as for any other class of people. Because mil? lions have been squsndered upon the nndeserviiiff is no reason whv thous ands should not be given to the de serving. It i.? not receiving charity from an enemy, but it is receiving rec? ognition from one's own government to whose constitutional principles they have always been loyal. They fought for tlie right. The principles for which they fiuight have been es? tablished by the Supreme Court ol the l'lilted States. They were right. Tiny faithfully did their duty, and liny should be tally recognized, not a? an act nf charity, but aa a imitier ..flight. Death of a Page County Giant. Mr. A. Jackson Bywatera, rrho for Ihe !:i?t thirty years was known .is "The Tall Man' of Page County," died at his home iu Bcachain's <?ap, about ?ix miles from I.uray onSatur day, of pneumonia He was a phy? sical uiaiit, and his endurance of the hardest kind of work was something remarkable. He was said to stand sevi n feel in his stockings, but being ?( ii-iiive on the subject of bis height, it was never known how tall he real ly w.i?. Mr. By waters was about ??xi y year? of age sod a member of tie (ierinan Baptist Church. A widow ami several son?, alt of wlmin ire over six feet high, survive him. When You Have a Bad Cold Yon want the he-l tii-ilu-iiic that eau he obtained, anil lhat i? Chamberlain'? i ongb I'cliM-ilv. You ?ant it remedy that will at>i only give .piek '? lief lint effect a permanent cure. You want ii remedy that will relieve the lung? ami ktei, cxiK-otorntinn easy. Yon v?Hiit a leinedy that will couiiter acf any ten leney toward pneumonia. Y"H Xvant a remedy that 1? ph'a-ant and ?if ? to take. ( h ?mi., iiaiu'? Cough Betsedy la Iba only medh ine in u-e thai meet? ?II of thi-?e re(|uiremeiit?. Thi? remedy i? fanion? In? it? cure? of had cold? throtij'h oi.t ihe l'iiited S'aicd and in many for, ii?ii coiiiiiric? It ha? many rivwis. hut, for the ?|M'cdv ?nd [M-rmaneiii care ' of bad cold?, stand? without a \>evr and i'? -o!, niliil ?pialili?'? ?re everywhere I admired and prai?cd Kor ?alt- by I.. It. I Ir?lu. Sixteen person? wen' killed and ,i,,.|.'iIimii thirty were injure?! by a collision of train? on the I.ehi-rb Valley liaihonl ut West Diinellen, * near Bound Brook, N. S. COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS Last will and testament ol Jeremiah Baoserman, dio*d, admitted io record and Barbara A. Bauseiiiian appoint cd und (|iialitii d as executrix.. T. li. Dellinger was appointed and | qualified as administrator of Thomas Dellinger. ?loe'd. Appraisers appointetl on the estatu of Hat riet J. Shipplett, dee'd. Jos. F. Winmail was appointed and qualified as guardian for Win. W. Edinoiidsoli. On petition of Kcuben Golladay and others for a new road from New Market depot to Mt. Zion church. Report of Uoad Board filed and landowners summoned to next term of court. On petition of Peter Estep and others for a ?hange of road on land of N. N. Funkhouser. Heport id Road Hoard tiled and change ap? proved and Bond Board of Lee Dis irict ordered to make change as in? dicated iu this i?'port. It. C. B.iu?crman, EsTB P. KoOtBtl and Ist?ah Bowman ordered to ex? amine Mt. Jackson and Howard Li:k Turnpike and Valley Turnpike on February Gib and 7th lc>99 and make report of their coudilion to the noxt tei in of court. On petition of M. Clinediust and others fora bridge acrossShvnandoah river at Snapp's ford. Report of Uoad Board filed and landowners summoned to next term of court. Application o*TWin. Bradford tor aid as B disabled Confederate soldier approved and ordered to be certified to Auditor of Public Accounts for payment. 1 1ST OK t ONVKYAM KS. Deed from Minnie A Miller ?fee. to Samuel P. Lonas. Most*? Hamman's exr. to Erasmus L. Funnier. Mo.-es Biller und wife to Moses F. Tustting. IsaOclla Golladay to Ephraim Golladay. M F. TusMtig and wife to Solomon T. SlniUen. Lydia C. Sibert he, to Mary Francis Palmer. Jr,o. W. Spiggle and wile to C. W. Joins. Sarah Grove's heirs to Elizabeth Miller and children. Da\id Bidenour to Mary Ann Ridenonr. P. W. Magruder, cow. to L. L. Hot tel. Division of Land? of Mary M Kneisicy. Chas. W. Burner and wife to Gco. aud R. A. Wilkens. M. F. Pinker and wife to Ellen Brewster. Allen C. Clarke and wiie to L. L. Hottet Eva K. Bosenberger to A. M. Smith. Gen. K. Fravel and wife, he, to Jno.W. Gill. Elias W. Miller and wife to Robt. F. Day. John Morrison and wife to J. Pnul Stirewalt. Division of Lands of Tho?. Mt? Clanahan, L. (?. Washington to L. L. Smith. Elia. Kagey's heirs to Bebt. A. Bauserman. Ephraium Baker and wife to L . L. Smith. Sallio A, Peter? to Jas. L. Sager. Joliuson Bnrke's heirs to Sand. E Walters. Franklin Fry and wife to Jno. W. Painter. E. D. Newman.conir. to Jos, Fravel A. F. Bush? i ig and wife to James Mi Williams. Nathan Walker and wife to A. I. S. Barb and wife. Latayctte Funkhouser and wife to Tims. ?. A. Bellinger. J. B. Hooper and wife to P. Powers trus. I. Powers. Robt. M. Holler rind wife to ?nine. Mary Jane Hooper to same. Reflbn Swart2 and wife to same. W. F. Randall and wife to name. Geo. A. HoojKT and wife to same. J. L. Burner to Cha?. F.gal. H. II. Biller and wife to Win. B. Merkley. W. E. Waiden and wite to A. A and <;. !.. Waiden. Mary J. Mtitston to Jas. S. Bow? man. K. D. Newman, comr. to F. E. Grove. Ilia Life ItiiM ajaved: Mr. J. E, Lilly, a prominent citi? zen of Hannibal, Mo,, lately hinl a woinbifiil deliverance from a fright ful death. In telling of it be says: "I eras taken with Typhoid Fever, that ran into Pneumon?a. My lungs became harden?-?!. I wa? so weak I couldn't even sit up in lied. Nothing helped me. I ex'x'cted to soon ?lie of Consumption, when I heard of Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle liave great relief. I continued to nao it, and now am well ami strong, I can't any too much in it?, praise." This marvellous medicine is the surest and qiiieki ?t cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble. Regular 0 cents in.I $1.00. Trial bot ll s free at B. Schmitt'? Drug Store; every bottle guaranteed. Heller tn Nil llotirn. I>i?tro??iii)i Kidney and Blad.l?-r disease relieved In ?Ix luMir? by 'New Ore?! South American Klilney Cure.' It Is a great ?iirpri?.- on BBSS MM <?f ll? ev.r-ee.l lag BteaaptitaSB in relievlti? pain iu lilad'h?. kidney? ami baek, In inslc or "Banale. Relieve, retention <-f water al* most iuimtdiatcly. If v??" want (juh k relief and cure thi? I? the remedv. ?vihl hv B. Schmitt, Druggist W?>od?tock* V?, Keep coughin .?a"?**-?-??-?__We know of nothing better to tear the lining of your throat and lungi. It Is better thin wet feel to ciuse bronchitis ?ml pneumonia. Only keep it up long enough and you will succeed in reducingyour weight, losing your ?ppetite. bringing on s slow fever ?nd m?kmg everything exactly right for the gcrmi of con? sumption. Stop coughing snd you will get well. /Iyer's Cherry Pectoral cure? coughs of every kind. An ordinary cough disap peiri in i single night. The ricking cough* of bronchitis ?re loon completely mas? tered. And, if not too f?r ?long, the coughs of con? sumption ?re completely cured. Ask your druggist for one Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster. of It will aid the ictlon of the Cherry 1'ector?!. .romp? Trjiljr th* ?7 b? of Kf.at DIL J. ('. ATEO, l.owra. Ma... THE "STANDING AD.? "The man of the standing m'.,"' says the Soinervillc [Mass,] Citizen, is the solid man of the community. In ?ummer or in winter, in sin - shine or in rain, his name greets the. public eye with every issue of the paper, ami people come In time to regard him a? well established in a rmccessful business, whether they have been his patrons or not. "Nothing succeeds li?.e success,'' and the public, once getting the id? a tl at a man i? doing weh, stands ever r.-.tdy to patronize him and turns lo 1. m naturally when they happen to want anything in hi? ?inc. THE LAST SPEECH OF JEFFERSON DAVIS. The Charleston News and Courier is glad that the president went to Montgomery, the first capital of the Cofederecy, and that he ?'as ed with ainoere demon?! ration of pop? ular good wi?l.cs." The News and Courier has no doubt that Jefferson ! Da vis were he slive, would hsvc ap Ip!,.tided the patriotic fervor with which the president was received at Montgomery and elsewhere in other Southern cities which he visited. In support of this \ i? w t? e New> ami Courier ales ihe fact that in the last addri ?s made by Mr. Davis, which was delivered at Mississippi City in 1888, he said: "Men in whose hands the destinies of our Southland lie, for love of her I break my silence to speak to you a few- words of respectful admonition. The past is dead?let it bury its dead, its hopes and its aspirations* before you lies the future?a future full of golden promue?, a future ex? panding national glory, before which all the world shall stand amazed. Let me beseech you to lay aside all ran? cor, all bitter sectional feeling, and to take your places in the ranks of those who will bring about a consum? mation devoutly to be desired?a re united country." That was a timely, wise and patriot ic deliverance, worthy to stand with the best ctTorts of any of the leaders of men who have fmured in our his i tory.?Washington Post. WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH STAUNTON? Staunton Spectator: In our own cit/there never was siieh dullness in all kinds of trade. If any of the branche? are overflowing WS bars tieverseen them, in fad tin tv are none that seem to be .'.owing at all. There maybe a puddle or two along the bed ofsotne of the streams, but it there is any flow at all it is down .in the sand and gravel too deep to h. ?ecu RVnts have dropped ?50 per cent., lil?simas houses sre standing idle. The Virginia hotel and every building on that bloi-k i? empty. The Lutheran school building and ground?, which cost, probably i'-i'l, 000, ?old not long since al fll.fiOO. The Mi-ll.odist ?ehool buildings and grounds which could have been sold only a ?h?rt time ago for from g 10, IHM) to *.".0,0(M>. are empty wilhoiil a bid for them of 110,000. Pudding? In 'iiging t?i the ?slate of a deoi a?( d person, which had cost OTOT$15,000 were last week sold for !???? than half that ?urn. FILIPINOS NOT WARLIKE. San Francisco, Cal., Jan. I,? Father Diar, leader of the t,n ?-? an ish priest.? from the Philippines, who are in this city on the way to Panama said today: "The Filipino are not naturally warlike and would not now be Bf> poehiu the Ci??'"< d Stai - " ? r? for the lender*, who a 'e sp ' HI lie ? ?rork solelj for j mi mid would prove hard niaater? for the weaker portion of the natives should they gain permanent power. ??At Iloile, where I was stationed, ihere would have been little flglrtiii?, if it hs/l not been for these malcon? tents, ?ho luir'v forced the liativi it? take up arm?. "M"?t ot the men ubo are at the head ot the iitaurgsnt movement are hall-bii id-. A? t., Aguinaldo himself he is a crafty fellow, and has a fol lowing among people who hope to olimb by hi? advancement. I do not consider him personally responsible for all the brutality shown to our fnar?, yet he could havs prevented a '_'..."1 deal of it if he had seen tit to do SO Father Fernandez, snother of the pany, stated that he considered the natives of the islands a civilised peo? ple. All the priest? in the party say the ??lands are rich in resources, ami that this country will he an immense g liner by their acquisition. , Cure for La Grippe. Honey and Tar lieaii th ? lui gs ?nl ' ure? the rack 11 1? irripi?- and prey? I 1 50c, Attention Stover Camp Confederate Veter? ans! of Strasburg. You aro Inn!';, respectively und e.ii'iie-tly requested to siieui Academy Hall In Slrasbi ig, Ya..at one o clock p. m. on Thursday, January 19, In uniform (those who have lliein) pre? pared t<> receive the Hon. W llllam Lamb man fiotn Va., W ho ? II you on lb? birth and life ?nd ex\ i.en. It. K. Lee ami ihe Confederate soldiers. All veteran? add evcrybodj else are Cordially invited to attend. Comradei and friends generally take one (lay ell fi ? in . .ml hear ilii gallant Confederate and son of old Va. Ladlei and genii? men y.ig and old honor us with your presence, and you ? i regret it. .The pieienl g? ?era | tien aie our ?or? and daiightel ? we I Willi Voll ".on to enjoy the r. ?ta', of th"-?' Irlays which* tried men'i roulsand ihe i mother? loo! and wc wi-h very much we could ?.'(-I all clsssei and age* of our i pei pli. id take more Interesl In our 1 c imp? an.I assist in what we I I oui lo do, to teach our children truthful lii-ior;.. ami i" take i an- (,f old needy veteram and ih? Ir Inmilles as \m II a? not to folget those who sacrificed ilnir livei for Ihe ?ause tin y believed to he right. U.D Fiinkhouser. t'omdr. I.. Ilurti. A.Ijt. Arrest Jissase by the timely use of Tutt's Liver Pills, an old and favorite remedy of increasing popularity. Always cures SICK HEADACHE, ?ourstomach, malaria, indiges? tion, torpid liver, constipation an<l all bilious diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS THE- VALLEY (uildiDg & Loaii Association, W00D5T0CK, VA. "HI .1. L "\Wman, I'lt-, ami Ger. M iger. \Y. S. FrKM il, \ . I'm si ;en*. W \V. I, '.?v, Secty. and Trea?. I'UiK' TOBS : .1. !.. \Yi--m ?je, 6bo. K. <?i *?B*i. W. W. LoOAB, L S. Waikm:, P. W. M ?(.liriull. Add,'?? \v. W. LOGAN, S, cy. ?t Tn i-. Woodstock, Va. june is 'na If Change of Firm. Having purchased the businesi mi " iducti d in ihi- I'laec by our lather. Mr. 1. i . Kuleily. WC ?vlll ?av lo nil the old cnstomeri and to the people generally abo may need anything in our line I hut He will ?e: ve I hem pi OUI] <? ly and at the iowesl "*0??lhle pri?es. A full ?lock of tinware, ?love?, looting, ?Ye., always on hand. Hoping to receive the -.'une liberal paironsge given Ihe o'd firm, and promising lo do our be t to deserve it. We are mo#l truly, Jan. IK ? KN1KM.I.V BB08 Rail Road Ties Wanted. I will pay ''ASH for gre? a Wh I ? >ak Tli ?. dellvi red ut any l'oint along Boutheren Railway betwijen .?t m - ' ':i_r Junction and Har |, \'.l. .Vl'll'' - ;il| c, Q , . tioii t.. .1. 1?. GRAR1I.L. jan. 1 .'flit f. dati i k. Va. WANTED! Reliable man for Manager of Branch OHiee I wUhtoopen In Ihli vicinity. If Jour reeoid i? 0. K. lie"- i?a ?,'ood Open lag. Kindly mention tin? paper wbta writing. A. T. MORRIS,Cincinnati. ? lilii-tlateil catalogue let?. pTTtflgT Jan. II Ot News and Opinions m" National Importance Th\e Sun ILOIl CONTAINS BOTH. Daily, by mail, - t<' Daily and Sunday, by mail, $**a year The Sunday Sun [a tllB '_'.'?.itist Sunda? Nc???|ia|.?i in the v. olid. Piles Be. a copy. By mail, **J Awi'llKssTIIK Sl'N, N'KW VoltK. Arc Ye : Si .1 Btroiigtii mu it o . that P Perhaps your mase moro Btrongth, a ? or perhap? your it weak and cannot, dig-; t what ' you eat. If you need moro etron.tti < then tako SCOT! EMUI? of Ood-LtTsr r : easily changed of a'J ra? Is into ? strength. ; n' X _ pintos are, t. i b"?t j * to ti i r ir t'.i ? n -i-- \ SCOTT'S EM ML- i ' andqi ? and for all oaaaa oi bility, weak nei r t ? SCOT: i ??????????? ?> ???>-? a-, ??c-aa?.? ?...t. r> rj ;. HUNTER ii. McGlTRE, Ear an I Eye Specialist Dec, .' ANNOUNCEMENT. ?h now be ?tig over, you will find me r< atl*. to attend t" ts with my usual I I ?ill?as in the ]> ?t - ?i . : all who en work ti ? atlvantnge to i . :. II (tiller I guarantee every lhin?! to lie jus! a? represi nte?l i?r money h ?!. | rici - 1. Think ing ni} many F 1\ manit? iti d !??? you in the I;,~' tli?-r , ominan. 1? as w those of my neu I'riontls, W. R. McClanahan, Jeweler, Woodstock, Va. S'OTICK. In "r l'i t" ? by note or open ,.,|iie?t e.i to mak proinpl [tirther in . i- -i \s. ?; y IRGINTA, TO-WIT: In tl i - County, on 1 iher I sOS." / A I IpltS. vs)?Upon Aitaciitnciit in Chancery. V Robe* A . ? from the d< fendant I.tlc?, V. 1 , rat*>|l.'UI.OO witfl il - ? ? of suit, and to attach : ?', V. Rob y in s lid ? and esix ci 1 y 1 cei tain house and l"i in tin? town of I Shciiaii ' , ? . \ Main St., of said tow 11 and adjoining th Dr. Fred lit?. \. Chas. IIL* otht r?, beiii?! ' i yed t.. Lucy V. Conn (now [Robej 1 bj William l>. Grov? ; and a ?certain tract of land ?is-io-ned to her Iin the division of William Kinglet's ra?ate, adjoining the lands of John Kiugrec ami others, conlaming ?"' acre?, more or lea?, and to subject the -amo to Complainants di maud, amitor further ami general relief. Ii .-??'I'.'iiim -r by affidavit filed thai the defendants Liny V. Ifoboy an I tveorge A Rohy, arc nol inhabitants of tliia Stan?it i? ord? red that they ? 1" appear here ? it hin fifteen daj ? at't.r due publication hereof and do u hat i? necessary to protect tin ir in lerest; thai a copy of this order be published in some new sp iper print? ?1 ill Sin IKItl'h' ill CoUlltV, "lice II IV1 es? tol" four suce? ssive ? et k-, and a copj posted at llie fiout door of the Coin I House of said County, on the ti ?1 day of n? \t ( ionnl * Court. Herbert F. Miley, D. C.tor ( ;.-... W. Miley, c. c. c. ?. .". A Copy, Ti sic:? Herbert V. Miley, D. C. for (,c .. VV. MUey, e. c. c ?. c Tavenncr and IJausermsn, p. ?]. jan. 8th Iw. MARKETS tV? 0D8TOCK, V? J?n II I- 1 I Wiest. Cm. K'.. 'Ill?. Bacon ( con ill ry) ham?. " ?itle? and sboaltler?... laBSd. hnitpr. ?tat?. Chicken?t?dil). .') " fVOJBg). I'nlstm'?, nsw. ' BALTIM0R1 MAKKKT. Moml.iy Jaa. '?'. s??itc. Trade In hogs I? bilrwlthoal any change in values lines laal weak, with ilic mark firm at the figures Ihsti rnlllng (?notation-: l-'ar W. ?:.-i 11 Hog? *ii?i par 100 ih?. ?.'10--, iboas irass Ints f:i 70?S.90*pei 100 Ii - Sheep 'ml Lamb?.- Trade i? sctlve for hoih Bheep and Lamba Bhei p at :t.11) cent? per !li . and I.mil)-it 1.74 if.", ii'. and lew extra ?t S.v;.? pas |00 Ih?. go Dealers i"i">rt a fair trade for VealB, with value? maintained ? || ?aiij cents ainlu lew extra at 8,C p r l'i .VIade Well.^t ??a-^wear well. The Pants which I am offering to the people mm SI II- MADE TO SUIT ALL CUSTOMERS. I GUARANTEE PITS. :? KOODS PURCHASED OK ME, WILL BE (IT FREE. R. W. BURTSFIELD, The Main street Merchant Tailor. Woodstock} i ?-1 r. Virginia. = Frames, any Size. = BASELS, - inOULDINSS, - PICTURES, - Until further notice we will continue to occupy the store r.i ? < ?trcet and keep on haul a neat and pretty line of, *Z *Z ? % Picture Prarnes, ? ? ? ? ivent tin- ??se on hand you - not wh.il style or size you may want w. it any ?i. patteru and any price, a? cording to style of mou Also Easels and Large Pictures Nie wedding presents or birthday ?\ Uimkmkki:. i -. coi d to none in the ? . , ? w e an- inn ks ol Our specialties are fiue work ol every , criptiuii, LargeGroups, View? ol I! and tim \Vi go anywhere to Photo graph Houses and School Groo*?. Call and look at our work. We thank you for j kind sh nul solicit . RttSI'Ei 11 i III, H. MORRISON, Jr. P, S, Kodaks ask Kodak Work. ** Blacksrnithing Hain,' , ii'.-h i?'"l the od and well known blacksmii i. o It. Fravei's Furniture establishment on M in street, I am : coir.modate all in need of work in my line, All kind it nw ?oik _ done on ?I on notice and at I?west ? tssible prices. Horse Sr^oeir^sj a Specialty. careful alt? ntion paid t.. t \\ - ? ii t., the I , i i you will give me a chanco I promue to do mj JNC W. CILL Dec. *.':'.? Por Sale riy?rTarm. Circuit . ?' odered ' . IB tile : Win. D. Hi - kinaii .Lan tfce. ? MONDAY, DECEMBERS*'! \ ? - II", kintti or Tl.. in farm lyintz on the "-lie; -t .'t' 1'. in'.? intaining ? - of w hi? h t? in an ' well lenced und well thifl land is ?veil limbered. The hilildili. ' I dwell in.' house, barn and the usual outbulld -? ? which uro in TERMS OF BALE, ?;ruiati"ii - ile, and tl In three the a le I?- pur ir int? real fn ta the -de! the purchaser r<> |ii eurity, and the title t" be retaini d us ultimate security, i i. m. \\. W LOGAN. .-I'U'oinr. In the Clerk'i office oftbe Circultcoorl aandoah county, Woo.l-n ,k. Va., Oct I) W D. Hnckman Ac Com'tava. Taomai M ' . inah m .'? ; ? and In Ch ? W. D. Ilockman ?kc Compl'tt vi, Tbomai nahan ?kc D W. Mihy, Clerk of said Court, rtlly that w. w. Logaa who -?''tier ()'' ?ale in said causes by a dun e rendered therein "ti the 11th day ofBi pt< I iitcd bond, a ith persoaal as? eiinty, in the penalty tixt-,1 lv tl and conditioned ami paya' law, under mv hand this 13th day of v. D. ls;i? I ?, Os?. W. Mii.kv. POSTPOICBDbbIsI Saturday .January 14th, LOOK iiF.i.i*:: Person? imedlng fruit tree? tor Tall or spring plantilla, ?hold?! ??ive u? h call be? fore placing 1 lui i o nier?, a? wo have a Ilice lot id *fppte tree? in |QAd eolidltiou free from Baa Jos? -? i ? ,\e Apple tie? from 11.00 to Ts.i?i par hundred. Send ii? a li?t of join want? and let ai ?rli e ?pedal prices. Be*| t. OKANDA NlUSkKY O0 , Orando, V?. NOTICE. All parties Indebted to Ike late Win. Donaldson will kindly come forward and ?,U e or claim? will he *trc?.-cil. ?. 1\ MAGKLDER, dec 23?It. Aduir. AMOS OWEN CHERRY TREES 'I he lineal eherrlei and i. g ? < m t - in the kiou n lu mou? < hern Mount:,!.'. Iioro. N. ('. Por the pail fea j faiuoui orchard liai i 1 in ih?- ?mrot |.i .m d a surprise to I i laptd growth. ? i nil- fl llit. The tl, . - ?pread out U m - filled with ?.. i i -. a? niaiiy .1- tit ? ??adieu ?i Iront oue ire? i very Hue in il nor i ? tin y do in M ; ?hen oilier Iruil i? -? : ly at ten ' ( nt-1 er quart. 1 ? - great value a? Iruil in i - ttiiesl of ihade ire. ?. Mr. ?' ? rick, i hut Industrial A ? board Ai- Liu?. ?her i > n ami seeing th< ii at?? ?I i ami ?hade UM, ??'> It ' I ? ' i growers, tie y n ak< ., . \ ie d an aliiintl. n; ,i. bbu k ?.li?'i ii.-? il .a Und Ibousaud t >, ? ?? ("in planting i. (own thai ? ; hm ii taxes, k? r| up , ??"ik iIhi .oi'uti; ! lowa." ??It would I will lie Wot th llo al.le lo ?ay ?our lo? n tice? enough ou iti lie park? to pay ih? town and build good I glVC ?oil B wide lepUlBtlOl ?uterpriae anil ??"."l judgmeut." Ml. Patrick did u I on... acted on hi? judgment .ml M to him and hi? :ij, ii- . v - .?ml Hits (llll'll . The t.? can ! I ?n lo'x-r 2 th to Mardi th . B ?ety rar, thing lor ? rare that **?? will - ad i . ol any thai .he : -"U. ihat bas im n careful I tV, carefully b i - in good condition. We ' m la llltlll eitlltr l.y BIB?I 01 e\|.lo-- .'lie I? three jeai- old. Bniall H"- glOa ""' I.? it.i and will makes i,'k BS B tell foot 'MC I,lit We Wl. fllllll-ll t?o-Mi ?u?, ?i/e up to ten f(-?-i high, ?i piepay all lr?<> wlu-n .a-h .?. ?-. n.|- ? the order. So it dt?? not in ike l ? ?litleren?"?' where you ||>e the) will be ileiive.-.d st the fiillowii.c |iiice.-: ?INK TBKI I'.Y MAIL M ? h.M>. 6 . SI.u?l II ?' K\1'KK>> ll.Ta, MTBIU i:v i:\iiu tf I. | 100. 10.00. ( lue tree fice w ?ill ea? h Ofdfl ii}'"1 mi'lilion the llKKAI.Io Send mon. j b] Kegiirered mail.P.O., or K\|,n -? nioiicv order or ehe? k. tn?k iiiK ihem payable mFKANK MUOUT, See. and ad.. CHEKKY MUl.N'l A I \ M 111 V I O. r-1 i,imi"?". n *'? Hefkhkncks: Knilicifnrdtoii hank, Uuthcrfordion, N ' ; Be laptrsi I Ell.-till?lo, N. ('. One Minute U ?j.*.i Cur? laatiV ~-tmt it'r??a?