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men* w of yuur being dep? ndi at upon the 1 li? rons crew wh ml the bot- Is, wanting to show you all tie sir.:us o? the city, on the one condition will pay their t xpeasee, you will g< t the benediction ol God in every town yon visit. Keineiubtr Ulis, that whatever place y on visit bsd inflnenoea will eel you out. Good Influences you must seek out. While I stand here I bethink my? self of a commercial traveler who wai aincinlur of my church In Philadel? phia. Be was a splendid young men. the pride of his widowed and <>f It was hi luprxrt them, and for I postponed hi-u>wn marriage day. H? thrived iu business, and after awhile set up bis own household. Li aving that city for another city, I liad : tunity for three or four years of n:..King inquiry in regard to him. When I ?adt euch inquiry, I was told tluit he was dead. The story was. be was largely generous and kind hearted and genial and social, and be got into the habit of "treating" customers and of showing them all the sights of the town, and In began rapidly to go down, and he lost his position in the church of which h? was a member, and In- lost his posi? tion in the commercial bouse of winch he was the best agent, and bis beauti? ful young wife and his sick old mother and his sisters went into destitution, and he. us a result of his dissipation, died in Eirkbride Insane asylum. O commercial travelers. 1 pray f"t yon the all sustaining grace of God. There are tWO kinds of days when you ?re especially in need of divine grace. The one. the day when yon have no success -when yon fail to make a sab? and yon are very much disappointed, and you go back to your hotel discom? fited. That night you will be tempted to go to strong drink and rush into bad inrroundin^" The other day, when you will (specially need divine grace, will be whin you have had a day of great success and the ii vil U 11- you you must go and celebrate tbal will want lbs grace i f I you from rollicking indulgences Yes, there will be a third day when you will need to be Christians, and that will ho the last day of your life. I do not know where you will spend it. Perhaps in your house, more probably in s rail car, or a steamer, or the strange hotel I see you on yonr lust commercial errand. You have bidden goodby to the family at home for the last time The train of your esrthly existence Is Hearing the depot of the grave. The brakes are fail? ing. The belt rings tit the terminus. The train stops All ont for eternity. Show yonr ticket now for getting into the gate of the shining city -the red ticket washed in the 1 lood of the Lamb. FAMOUS QUARRIES. TTanar of Rod 1'lpr.tinie San? of In "Hlanatfaa." L^ss than a mile from the bustling little eity of Pip. ?t. ne, Minn., are three freaks of nature that will wi 11 repay a risit from the lovers rf the curious and the beautiful The first is a waterfall, or cataract, which, whin the stream that fe.ds it is swollen by the n snows and Niagara, and la I ivals many of the famed waterf east The second is the fami oi Red Pipestoneqnarry. the - pen ing of Longfi ?'Hiawatha," and the third isa ' f in ?'l?iHW.'-Th.'i" as tl?' Three M ' ns? tbiit hav.' -t ! f r ... to guide T; .tin the known world'wher . pipe ?BOne e dd be found. The waterfall, quarry and Three Maidens are all located "ii the Indian reservation, which is ont adjoining the Corp.'ration of 1 on the north. Tin to the Dakotas, or what is 1 etti r known by its French name as the Sioux Nation, bnt it is claimed by the Yankton Sioux Several years since a determiu was made by a committ of Pipeatone to purchase it. as they did Hot want so large a tract of land so nf-ar this city lyin ? ; the In ?dvins would not part with it for love or money. The next best thing T" do was to see if something could not be done with it. ?ven if it remained in the Indians' possession. An application was made to ? appropriation of <?0,i>00 was obtained, and a sub? stantial achool building was built on one crner of the land. The school lias proved so successful that a bnilding, the size of the first, is being built to accommodate The ever increas? ing number of pupila The poem of "Hiawatha" begins: On th? inm;:.' - -nine. On lb? ?rent Kid i i -le?, and any one nnacqnainted with the neighborhood would naturally suppose that it was hilly, to say the hast, i lu the ccntrary, the country is quite level, there not being even what in eastern parlance would be called a "small hill" in the neighborhood The quarry lies in about the center of the bed of what is apparently a prehistoric lake, and when first discovered the sfc ne cropped out of the snrface, but the continus! quarrying for ages has extended the quarry abont fio rods toward thi and as the dip of the vein is toward the south it Is now necessary to remove from six to eight feet "f ?hale and dirt before the pure stone is read No one but the Indians are allowed to qnarry it. and every summer they come in squads from distant reserva? tions to get supplies of the stone with which to make pipea, knicknai ornaments that they carve out of it. both for their own u?e and for the Knl?. and trade to the white man They also frequently sell the stone In the rough to the white men who. with a turning lath". e;m work it np much bi ttei than th*>y caa. The stone is known to the scientific world ss catlinite. being bo called in fconoi of Catlin. the celebrated ! of the Indians, who was the first white man to net eye? on the quarry while gathering material for his "Hi ' the Indians of the Northwest, "in 1 B8S ? PipeetoM ' Minn ) Lr tier in < huago Chronicle. Kare Cola I nearthcil. The coin collectors of Philadelphia are deeply inter.? ted over a ran i n coin found recently by .'. in front of the historical ol 1 building located at Second and Walnut streets The #oin proved to l?> a seven iga near? ly 200 years old and is said to be worth many, many times its original face value- The piece had evidently laid for over a century iu a crack of the old bulk window, which is on the Second street front. In asking a slight repair to the window Furniss pried open a crack in the lower part of the frame, and the coin dropped to the ground Ho black and lltatlgmeil was it with age the tinder was not at first inclined ? to attach any importance So the find Hewer?, ?u honest person, who recog idled the value, made known the ct tent ot the prize, und Fu: m .s took it toa coin collector, who id once attempt '? ed to boy it The old building in which the coin has lain oofMrsaSed was built by John Penn, the son of William iVnn. and for nearly'half a century has been occupied by a ?ruiisuiith.-? Exchanga ! Foul-Smelling Catarrh. Catarrh is one of the most obstinate ?. and hence the most difficult rid of. There is but one vray to euro it. ; l*he disease is in the blood, and all the r-prayi. washes and inhrding mixtures I i:i t!.-> world can hm ? no permanent et- upon ;t. Swift's Spe? cific cures Catarrh permanently, for it il the i" y remedy which can reach the ? and force it from the blood. Mr. it. P.McAllister,of HaiTodsburg, Kv., !;". 1 Catarrh for years, lie writes: "I .. lUld SM 'e. 1 ? haiever tioufeii twaa constantly treated with ?prayi ?ml v?.-hf?. and differ ent lnhrllnR r^ In fact. I could feel thai 'er I VSSWOrM than the year n " Y I n ? I 1 y It w a ? bfoniht lo in y n ii t I,- o CiM latarrli v? a- I S?d after Hunk log over Hi? matter. I law II rrasunrrasonabli II to t* Cllle.l |.y ?S whi c h only reached the sur-taca. I I to 11 y s" s s"" 3 aftei ? f. ? tired a perceptible Improvement. I i !v. the d ..'a? was forced outol my ..- ind a complete cure ?a? ; . ? K 1 who bare this dreadful ' ?haiuion their local treatment,whirl ..... i . ?- - - ed> that k?n i- : !'.. continue the wrong treatment for Catarrh ia to continue to Buffer. Swift's Specific is a real blood remedy, and cures obstinate, deep-seated diseases. which other remedies have no effect whatever upon. It promptly reaehei Catarrh, nnd never fails to cure even the most acgrawited cases. aS?Blood is Purely Vegetable, and is the only medy guaranteed to contain no dangerous minerals. Books mailed free by Swift Specifio Company. Atlanta, Georgia. \.HERE THE JOKE CAME IN. A very good ?ton is told cf the bead ol a college who wai the possessor oi a very clumsy, old fashioned vehicle to which he was viry partial and which he con? stantly D8etl in riding through the streets of tb*? town, to the disgust ot most ol the stnilciitB. A plan was formed among some ul the boys that on a certain night they would remove tins offensive vehicle fiotn the coatbbonse to a wood about half a mile fiotn the collage. Their iu te titiou was to run the carriage Into the thickest of the woods and unilnbitsu and it ave it there. But the piitu-ipal by some ti.ians learned or suspected thiir loteo Hod. Aet-Oldiiigly, In ibe i Veiling, bei qnetly *ent ont to tie coach 1 oose, and, well ?rapped up. crouched In a corner of the carriage sud ?sited. Soon tl e boys came,very stealib ilv, and, without looking into the vehie'e, began the r operations iciy iji.k! y, ai d 10 wlii-iiifrs, an *l b uiauy a'Hush" and "T ke c l( " slid "la" k OQt," they flic ci? oi il in gi tting it out Ol the i u s,- mjd yard ami into the road. There they weie all i :gh.\ bul they v c?e poaxh d lo fit d ihi thing j.o heavy to haul, and amid grumbliugs am', pufiiiigs ami pant? inys, varied occasionally mill a strong expression of disgust, they succeeded in resebftg the woods. .in- piiucipal listening lo I bell complaints and lather enjoying the situation. Iltviog with some iliiTlcai'y backed the carriage into the brush, ihe> began to congratulate each other00 the success of their ma? neuver. The old gentleman, let ling down the window, to their utter surprise and alai in, verj quietly sud: '?Now. young gentlemen, |ual tiike me back very carefully, if yon ii ease "?Spire Momenta. News and Opinions National Importance Th\e Sun A I. 0 M B CONTAINS BOTH. Daily, by mail, ? ? $(i a year Daily and Sunday, by mail, g^a year Th? Sunday Sun is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the world. Price 5e. a copy. By mail, i'2 a year Ar>DB?ssTHE BUN, New Yonx. MISS U J. RINKEIi, WOODSTOCK, VIRdlMA. Fai.i. OrisriNQ, Friday a-th Satcb i-at, Oirr. ?th A.vn Mih. A lull supply of millinery goods, of all kinds will bo received ami placed on exhibition. An experienced trim* mer from Baltimore lias been em? ployed. r-vT" A general invitation is ex? tended to my friends and the public generally. 8i id. k>? 3mo Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Digests what you eat. It artificially digests the food ami aids Nature In strengthening and recon? structing the exhausted dljiestlve or? gans. It is the lateit discovered digest ant and tonic. Ni' other preparation can approach It in efficiency. It In? stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, SIcrHeadache.Gastralgia.Cramps.anrJ all other results of Imperfect digest Ion Prepared by E C DtWitt S Co.. Chicago. L. It. Irwin. LOTS OF IT THERE. ?'Yon most meet with a great (Itai of human nature heref he said as the conductor came along for his fan ; ?'?Loll of it," was the laconic- re? ply, as the offli'lal received a coin. "Ves, you must seo all phases of it. For instance.-" "For instance, If a m?u linn a plugged iiiiiirtei on haid he tries to work it oBou int!" li u-dieii the c toduoior as be relamed the coiu. ?Bless my sool, but l'm Hiiro 1 ne\er ?ave you thai!" exclaimed the psseeoger as he Hushed up. ??However?'' "As 1 know you did?, "And might i Inn k I lied?" 14Which is every day but'jsii na ture, on a atn et car?" "1 wi 1 lake it back and give you this nickel. Yes, tune inn st be lots of human nutate arotiud 1?re'." HIS WEHE DIFFt'RLNI. 1 In the lii:ntmug rod business, 11.?'' iibsei ved the builder. ??! bad an idea you weic." ?Yes, sir?" "Wed, I don't want anything in your line.'' ?N r "In fact, sir, I bc!n ve lliev nre a eoutemptibie swindle on the pub? Her "Yes." "And niiv man who sells 'em ought to be sent to jail for a year.'' ?Yes!'' MI suppose," continued the con tractor, ss he looked his snrpiise that the agent didn't dispute his statements?"I suppose \ou claim that rods are different from all others?" "Well, Flightly difterent. It's a combination of lightning rod, barbed-a 1rs fence, bnrglar alarm, doorbell, telephone ?nd dinner horn, yon see, and we aie thinking of adding a windmill. All we claim f ir I be lig itning rod itself Is that it looks pretty by moonlight ! ' Bins?ul believe that young Mr. ?/itnson 11 hall-wiitid." Maiia ?"As much as tlrrt.iT ' COMMISSION!; K\s OFFICE, Woodstock, Va., .'an. SI, 18M. To A. F, QrandstaA*, admr. of Joseph V. Snyder, dee'd and Flora V. Bnyder, i widow "f Joseph V. Snyder, dee'd Com pit and A. E. Snyder In his own right and as admr. of Israel Allen, dee'd and Amanda Allen, dee'd. Lee Long and Atiiandi V. l.one; ins wife, Joseph , and Monroe Allen Delta, and all creditors of the estates of Israel Allen, dee'd and of Amanda Allen, ? lee-,|. You are hereby notified thai I bsve fixed upon the 3d dar i f March next, between the hour? of 6 o'clock, A. M. and 6 o'clock, P. M.. if fair, if not. on the nexJ day thereafter Sunday exempt? ed to execute at my office, the follow? er?: 1. Give due n itlce to the parties in ?fthe time and place of ex ecutlng hi* order. 3. Convene before him l>y publication once a week for four iuccssIvs weeki, in ?..m.- newspaper published In Wood itock, all the creditors of tbe estates of Isrsel Allen, dee'd and Amanda Allen, dee'd. 3. Repori the value and ehsrsetaf of the personal property of e&ch tbeof sa Id estates, which came into the hands of | the Administrator, and the times and I amouni of tbe receipt oftne ?sine; ? 4. a? ertainand report tbe amounts.] vilue and kind of persona] property ?t each of the ?nid estate! not included In clause (3 s?that li luch estate as may not yet have passed Into the hands of, or un dei the control of the Administrator:? Slid In acting under both elSUSes(S) sud (i; of thi? decree, the Commissioner shall stste exaetly h iw much <>f the said e.tate is seemed Interest and the time at which ?t seemed, and what part of It consisted of crops or proceeds from tbe land:? 5. He shall carefully sen.rate the se coiints of the estate Of Israel Allen from the accounts of the estate ol Aoiands Allen, dee'd and m to euch estate, he shall uuikc report ss required by the provision! of this d?crie:? 8, Leave Is given to Complainants, If they ih sire so to do. to aareharge and falsify with proper rpeclficationi before the Commissioner, the ex part?- settlc menti of the estates of Israel Allen and Amanda Allen, referred te In the an* iwersofthe defendants, smiths Cbm missloner will report whether any of raid account?, and, if so, which of them, have been settled -ince the institution of this suit;? 7. Leave ?? given any party In interest to produce in fore the Commissioner evidence touching any of the issues male by the Bill ana Answer In thli ciiliac: - 8. In order to properly determine ths matters involved in this cause tbe (mn missioner will settle the accounts of Amanda Allen, late personal represen? tative of Israel Allen, dee'd:? B, The Commissioner will Ascertain and report how much of the personsi ! e-t.ite of I?r:ul Allen was agreed by A. L. Bnyder ami by Lee Long and Amanda Long, to be paid to Joseph V. | Sin .1er by tfie contract of July 20th 1893, and hoir much of the same has been paid:? 10. He-hall report any other matter germane to thi? eaae, trhiah any party In interest ma] desire him to report, re? quired to be taken by the decree of Dhenandosh Circuit Court rendered on the 2uth day of January Is?i?? to be used In evidence In a suit in chancery de? pending in ?aid court between Jos. V. Snyder 8, aiftiir., a?-, complt?. and Israel Allen's, admr. t%c. d?fis, and If from any eause the taking of said ac? counts ?hall not fie roniiiieiiccd, or hav? ing been Commenced should tint be com? puted on that (1st, the t?kinj- of ihp tame will be adjourned from day to day. 01 from place I" place, until the ..one are taken and completed. <>lven under my hand ?| Commil sioner in Chancery of said court, at my office in said county the day and year ibst aforesaid. P. W. MAORIDEn, Kb. II-4w. Come, la Chanoery. Barton it Boy I p. q. W alton A Walton p. d. FOR SALE. Two fine yearling bo*n, one is a thorough bred BLACK POLAND CHINA, -.very flue and valuable animal for breeding purposes. The other is a large CHESTER WfllTF.. Also a Trio of pure bred White Holland tuikrys. For prices and particulars c-tll on or addre-n M.L. WALTON, orW. H.MORELAND, jan. 27? 4t. W.Istock, Va. HEADQUARTERS ? FOR Mie l?nmii BEST HAND MADE HARNESS BEST FACTORY HARNESS*. HARNESS OF ALL GRADES. SADDLES, BRIDLES,TRUNKS, VALISES, ROBES, if hips, Collars, Strcat CotliWHt And everything in our line at the low? est prices. Call to see us, before purchasing. J. A. DYSAkr & CO Tomo . Lfa r, i don't git et; ?lig h batter formv bread." Mrs. PiIt?'*All right. I'll Rive you less ' read."?Indianapolis Journal. Teacher?"Thomas- ein you tell me which but!? ETelson was killed Inl ' Tommy ( liter a moment's re? faction)?'-I think it was his last." ?World's Ootnio. The work ol a carriage wheel never begins until It's ti ied. SOUTHERN RAILWAY Time Table in effect Jany. 16, 189o. NORTHWARD. Lv. Ssrrlsonbnrg '' I.inville ?? Covrani ?- Broadway ?' Umbenrule " New Market -? Qulckaburg ?? Mt. Jackion ?? Edlnburg ?? Woodstock " Maurertown -? Tom'? Brook - PisbersHlU " Strasburg " liiverton Front Royal Ar, " Pleins " Manassai Ar. Washington M B 4fi 7 06 -,, t n 7 II : sa no .'?'i . I?i u m !'? 9 10 0 A M u 3 10. 3 41 3 -'B 4 li ?81 4 13 5 H :. :i7 B 17 7 M 7 Bfl P. M. l'J 88 SOUTIIWAltl) To.13 lio. 9 X' .7! M. A. M. a Lv. Washington " Xanassai ?- Baymarket ?? Plaint ?- Rectortown ?- Delaplane Lv. From Royal ?? Uiverton " Strasburg ?' Fishers Hill " Tom's Brook " Woodstock - Edlnbiirg "Ml .fack-ou ? Quicksburg " New Markst " Tiuiherviile " Broadway -? Cowani ?' Linvill" At. Barrlaonburg P. M. A. M 4 011 8 01 103 130 ? 30 10 "l fi 63 lu 30 .-. 10 10 SI s 30 H on s IS ? :u 8 49 11 4 11 5 l*. M 12 18 A. M. ? U I? 581 7 14 I 1 33 8 47 1 30 g |] 9 30 2 00 10 O0 Trains 0 and .'!-; daily and 71, 72 13 and 14 daily except Sunday. v. i. ; i and H rennet t with mam line trains Inti South and --1 uthwest, iiml at Washington for all Eastern Cities, Nochange 1 ptween Washington ?oel H iiur-r on u and 14, Kor detail information appln to Aifent of the Southern Railway, or writs t.. !.. s. i!!;i'\v\.i,. n'i Agent. Ifteentu -c.-n. w.. WashtafUm, D. ( FraokO. OAXHOH.J.M.CtTLP, W.A.TTBK Id V. P, .(.Un. M. Train.? Man. (J. P. \ Washington. D. C l?e POl That Will Is the Pill Yon Want. Pills are necessary but not nicti. Cathartics ara not confections. Tha fewer pills that you take tht better. It's aggravating to take pills that don't nnd pills that won't. It's toothing to know that when you take a pill it's the pill that will do th? work lor which it's taken. Ayer's Pills have gained a reputation for their suro results. The pill that will is Ayer's. For all liver troubles, diseases of the stomach and bowels, sick headache, biliousness and heartlmrn, Dr. Ayer's Pills have proven a specific, and they Will Cure You as they have cured thousands of others whose testimony is a matter of recaid. Ayer's Cure Book is sent tree by Dr. J. C. Aver, Lowoll, Mass, fcs-nel for it if you want to know mor? of the power of these pills than is ?raven ia the following testimonial?. " I s*/Tered ?ua.lv ?II lay MS? w*h UoweJ eciBpUkt?, enduring much pain, and I tried alaii-ji ?II tkr cathartic rW-MCBes u?ntl??.4 in tb? ut.v?pjperi, without obtaining permanent rahtf until I ined A>er's ('?tharlii: Pik. Tb? result ?luajnad bun (he aes of these pills ?ai wonderful. 1 1*7 ??< ?nl- gave i-ameduie reliai but Sffacted a permanent cure." K. C. ? I OOIMkU, Delhi, Ont. "I wuil far ?ara? wait with Virar ir*?Wt. My bank ?si??' and my skin turned as jrellew a? taflron , I bacane ?neble la ?U a?/ wurk. a?d at hut wa? confined to ray bed too ?cik to meve wirtioit BSStsSSMS, I te ?*? anted th? uie ?( Ayer's I'll'.a and les? than half a baa (?red rue. 1 awe ray sre.e>t |*ad health t<i ik?u- use, and I am never without them." WM. OAKLXT, I 11 ahull. Tena. ?I ha-e ???4 A ???'a PUk wish eaeatUeat raealt* far canjripaCoo. I And ?hat they dar raal ?op. mm pm|?, bal d? yi.e reliai" CatelRIett S~ WIIUl, Kitugiev?, N. J. "I bare e??d Ayer'i flNs sine? llij, ?ad ean.ider them superior I? all other pill* on She raa/kei. I always keep ibea? k? kka keu.e i? ca.e of eaiargenoy, aad ?I one lime they wired my wits of dyspepsia. I hare found them good for all diseases causad by Ike bouthe/n BaaTJSSS." A. L. JUNKS, LlUabmu CUy, N. C SHENA1MD0AH COUNTY _ IATM. Home Office, Woodstock, Va? OFFICER*: [). SE WMA N, Pros and Oeu'l Manager. -J. W. SANTMIEK, Vice Prea. M. B. WUNDER, Secretary. M. COKFMAN. TreaMnrer UIHECTOKN: E. 1). NEWMAN, L. S. W VLiBK MB. WUNDER. B. B STICKI.KV, 1). 0.0 FLA?BBTY. H H. H A UN. .1 W, SANTMIBK, JOSIAB STICKLE Y, P. B. PENNYBACKER, W. A. PENCE. 15. P. BORDEN, JAS. M. PAlN?Elt. Aenet?, December, :U?t, \"J\.174.3841 '.?'? Amiet?, Il?.>elllh.T, SU4.I9N . _ ?' Asset?, December. 3frh. M3. 1311.4 t7 7fi A?aer?, Deoemher ?U ! $<M. M41J77J7 Assets. tXseeaiSertl i-'-*?>. lo7l,4af.S?, A??et? Dereml.er llib, l*;*o.|?Hh,tM7 30 Ifoaaj ail lancen ou the Stock of rhe Association, or loaned on real estate aeciirity a ?any terni?. P?.iti?? ileeirin? to provide for themselves homes, orto pay o? ?fidebte-ln-s. >n ??ai. oiittily payent* will flnd the A-?v>ci?ti<in to lie just what they want Address. M b. WUNDER, Secty. Woodstock. V?., tor paper? and information: Mar fl-tf vurcs Bbsol i*- ,y Wlieumatisin, Scrofula, Syphilis. OU Sores. Constipation, <iout, and All Diseases caused by impure Blood .... TO STAY CURED. Africana Has Never Failed In asing> instance out of the hundred*, treated. Therefore, we i rTer :t to the public with enure confidence, and are wiliiagto Bwhrftsks tbe most desperate ca?-e on which, othtr so-ca'.led infallible cure* have failed. African! i? *n?de ? together from her'os. i? p^rfe^tlir harnile?-s <ind yet is the tn'ist powerful and sanest reined*/ e. covered for the above named diseases. Write for further par teKtimoniils, etc. Africana Co., A?i?n?? /'er sale by B. SCHMITT, Druggist OAD ST Ga. ^???AnAr?TEi-iji l] a T0BA0C? U HAS?7 Orerl.OTOOOOboies Mid. 300.000 cn*?? pr-trn Its power to destroy t?sed?alre fer ?.it-?ceo In ?nr tonn. Ko-to-biOlsthoaTeatestnerru-'oodln the worl.1. Mac* ?a'n 10 i janiit In lOdaj? anJ It ne.ei fails to mike the weak Impotent man ?iron*, vhrorou? and ni??net:e. Jnsi rrj ? boi. Ton will be de? lighted. We cr~eet yea to heilere what ./e ?ar. for a curt Ik abaolntelr ?oar?nt?ed bf druMlsu e.er?. wher? Perel ' r e.ir bnr.ktit-'IVin't T?>h?eeo Hrit and j-'n..ke Vonr Life Awl/, written r cuanta? and ?ree sample. Addre-aTUE ?TEKLIJIU r.EMEll ? CO.. Chleaao or Xe^-r Torlc 4th?t!. For Sale by B. SCHMITT,Druggist, Woodstock, Vs. 1899. THE SUN. 180 HALTIMOKE. MD. The Paper of the People. For "the People ?nd with the P?o|i II?nest In Motive. Kearlees In Express on. Sound in Principle. Unswerving in Its Allegiance to Rig ?Theories ami Right Prsctices. The Sun Publishes ?II the New? All tl Tune, hut It doe? not allow it? rolnau to be degraded by unclean1 Immoral ' purely ?roaational matten. E'litorittll?, Tub Sen la the Consistei ?Hol Inchangiiig Cbatnpion and Defend? ol Popular Rights and Ii.tercet? againi |iollt|?Bl inachiiiei and monopolies i i very character. Independent in a things, extreme is none. It is fur get) law?, good government and good order. By mail Fifty Cents 8 tuoaib. rjli Do Urs a jeer. The Baltimore Weekly Snn The Weekly Sun publishes all the new of each week, giving complete account, et all ?rent? ol interest* throughout thi world. The Weekly Sun is unsurpassed as sa AoBict'r.TVKAX Papua. It is edited by writer? ot practical ex ilsriance, who knew wbat farming means and wbat tsrruers want in sn ?gncul mral journal It contains regular re ports ot the work of the Agricultiual ex? periment stations throughout tbe oi.nn try, of the proceedings ot farmers' clubs and institutes, and tbe discussion of new methods and ideas in ?grlcnltnre. It? Market Reports, Ponltry Department and Veterin?r* column are particularly val? uable to country readeie: The Ponltry Department i? edited by a well-known poultry expert, and every lame contain? 1'iactiial information of value for pou.tty r.ieere. Poultry on many farms h?i he BUM a great source of revenue, and ih"?e interested In thi? profitable indus? try will find the Poultry Department of the Weekly Sun invaluable in the way of ? nggesticn*, advice and iBtortnatioo, Kv.t- inane contains Stories, Poems, Household and Pwr.le Columns, a variety of interesting and instructive seleet"d matter and other features, which make It. a welcome visitor in city and coonti'y home? alike. One Dollar a year. Inducements to _et-ers-up of club? for the Weekly Sau. l-toi ti th? Daily ami Weekly Sun mailed Tee of postage in the Dot's*] State?, Canada and Mexico. Payments invari? ably in advance. Address A. 8. AHELL COMPANY. Publishers and Proprietors, Haltioiore. Md. Mode M Mil Oor new mett market at liite'a ol -land in tbe -%-Stlckley & Boyer Blo?k,--?v "ii Conrt Street, opposite Iraiu's Dtn ?-tore, ie oneof the mont complete in th Valley. We keep all nieve in Mm tml will furnish no.hing bnt the verj mt BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL, PORK, SAUSAGE. PUDtlNQ PUDDING MJSH, 8.C. Everything clean and pnre, ?nd rae?li cuijnsl m desired. We always keep i lull stock to select fron. EP** The highest caah price? paid foi settle- hogs, veal ralvaa and ponltry. Bjry a? before selling el.ewheie, 17' "'? are determined to please ?? ' only ask you to gi-e ns a chance. Tears if experience will tell in sin hn.lneee. W R. HITE. nor. ID ~W(X)V8TQCJL MARBLE WORKS, WOODSTOCK, VA. aonuments, Tombs and all Kindt of Cemetery Work. Lowes: priesa Id the Valley. Give me oall. E. U. SNYDER soaf.w-iv. Coughing Constant coughing is very annoying, and the continuous hacking ami irri? tation will soon attack and injure the delicate lining of the throat and air ifM. Take advice and use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in time. This . wonderful remedy will cure von. Dr.Buils COUCH SYRUP Cures a Cough or Cold at once. So*? .ire ssrtallaM pleasant to take. Doctors reeomiuiir. i it. in.cijcia. At all druggist?. 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