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A CAFE ORCHESTRA.
It WSM Small, hut Tlit-rt- Wore Dit tull??-? In I'ondui'tinu II. Two men w. re sup? bog at a west I restaurant which serves mnak slo with broiled livi r Une Of the tm ?? a youngish, the other elderly. The yon ger se.nied to enjoy themnsle; tbeott wa-annoyed by it because, be said, interfered with c nversatioa. The was something in thai The orchestra c. n-isted of vio! i tint?) and piano. It was good music th they played, tome of it quite claasici and none altogether trashy. They play fairly well, too, bnt their perforinan had blemishes. The elderly itum, havii got used to the "noise, " as he called i began to recognize some harmony in i and once actually laid down his kni and fork and listened. Then from h ill;,' denuncia tory h? became eritic.il. "They are not bad," he said, "hi they lack something." "Yea," replied the younger asm "they lack sufficient bass They oiigl to have a cello or bass viol. " "(>r some brasa?O cornetos trou bone. " "1 prefer the flute SO tin- cornel !'. eo -mull an orchestra. A tr.mil.oi would make your ears ache, for sur. and there's enough metal in the con bination anyhow. " "Metal? Wasser' "Well, the tones i t the piano ai produced from sied wires and the rk ?in ha- a silver til "11 m! All right. Let's have a celle then. " "Let't"? Ju-t then the little orch.-tra starte upa Hungarian dance, a very piett movement mid nicely adapted to th three pieces, nut it had evidently be? in-urticiently rehearsed. The pianotrif pt.l along ssnoothly, but the Tiolh balk.d and wouldn't keep step, whil tie' rinte was all in the air. It was real ly painful. It sounded \ik<. broiled livi aanaic, and the elderly man put botl bands to hla ears The youngish mai tango d. "The pianist is mad," lie said. So be was. He lifted his fingers bigl Hiid brought them down hard on th? key- and swung his head to point tin time till his long, black Hungarian hair wan tossed ?l-.m lik.- an .,in,-s trian'eoe the inane of a runaway steed. But it was a runaway orchwtra be wat trying to guide, and it was no use The piece being ended, tbe pianist Seised his sere, turned and -hook it in the face of the violinist, rapped it with his knuckles, gesticulated violently with bend and hands, and then, returning the score to its place un tbe piano, said something in Magyar to the other mu? sicians, which. bein? interpreted, evi? dently meant: "Now I'll show you how it ought to be done." And he played the theme through with a delicacy of touch and feeling and ,-.n appreciation of the spirit of the movement that caused b th tbe elderly man and the youngish man to ? and admire. The elderly i. Cited "dive us a piano solo!" he i I audit. :- t oh up t; ? |] and tailed, "Pianosolo!" But i of the musicians paid any attention? Last of all the pianist and li ad? r. After the next selection the violin and flute playera went away to si ioke cigarettes, and the pianist remained in bis seat The elderly man. who was now thor? oughly aroused to the importance of a t?fe orchestra of tiir.. pieces walked over and interviewed the pianitt This gentleman arose and spoke pleasantly. It was true, he acknowledged, that he needed another instrument, and he hoped to have oue next week, but to the Little Pimples Turn to Cancer. Cancer often results from an Im ?urity in the Wood, inherited from generstkans back. Few people are en? tirely free from sometuint in the blood. and it is impossible to tell when it will break out in the form of dreaded Can? cer. What has appeared to be a mere pimple or scratch has developed into the most malignant Cancer. "I had a sorer? Cancer which ws? st first only a few blotches, that I thought would soon |.sss away. I wan treated by several able physicians, but in fij.lt?? of their effort? the c'an cerspread until mv con diti..n tiei'iiuiealariiiini;. Afier many months of treatment ami (?rowing steadily ? o rse, i ?le elded f ; ry S S s. . :*. er which WM SO sir.". Rly Jjf i\*Z r*'7?>iL.' recoiiinieni'a-a. The 11 ist I \Wflf*gat bottle produced ?n Im %?? |9P provemeiit ?* S^S v ,D*" medicino, ""*' ln i V "7 ' ..^ tour months th.-last lit \ \ f~\ Ll'J "?' scab dropped off. 1^ /"A// ' T,;, years have ??Innscd, and not a slgu of the disease' hits returned." K. f. Williams, Gills! nrK, Miss. It is dangerous to experiment with Cnneer. The disease Is beyond the skill of physician-. 8. B. 8. is the only euro, l^eause it is the? only remedy which ^iips deep enough to reach Cancer. S&S'S.Blood (?wift's Specific) is the only blood remedy guaranteed 1'urely Vegetable. Ail others contain potash and mer? cury, the most dangerous of minerals. Books on Cnneer and blood diseases mailt?d free by Swift Specific Oompauy, Atlanta, Georgia. suggestion that he sh.inld playa s?.In nr that i liber the violin i i the Bntuahonld play a -i In he firuily I at smilingly ob? jet t. .I. The bul linn;; be said to the .l.Urly mini as he bowed at the close of tlu interview waa; "1 should l?e glad to accommodate you, but, you see, there are difficulties abont running an orchestra. Perhaps yon would like- to try it'.'' The elderly man retreated with good grace, ami tin? youngish man dryly ob aerved: "Clever fellcw, isn't heT"?Boston Hera 1.1. ?Jot Even With the I'nlilUlier. As many sotbora know to their Bor? row. Hnlland declined to accept the provisions of the Hern copyright con? vention, as a result ?if which there is a chronic war between that country and Germany. A Dutch publisher, how? ever, has jnst been neatly acorad ?ff by Adolf Strcckfuss. the- German historian in connection with his latest book. "The Hiatpry of the Wi rid." X er had t!i>- tii-t few parts appeared than he became aware that a piratical trans? lation was inner sold in Amsterdam. He app] i obliabe r : aort "f 1. a? rarinm and received in re 1 ly a Dnl that the sender recognizeel do moral obligation in tbe matter. Neat week the following advertise? ment appeared in tbe leading newspa persoi Anisl >rdam; "Fur sale, tin-man nscTipt . f "The History of the World." fiy Btreckfnss, a fortnight bei..re the publication of each part in Berlin " Scores of eligible Offers came in. and the freebooter had to c*?..-e between losing his stuck of the first numbera or outbidding hi? trade rivals. He chose the latter alternative, and the author got a handsome price for hi? r>>?,k.? London Chronicle. THE TURK A TERROR. t |>I>t't>. ? It-clf?. In WMhlnKlnn Flee ?When Iho MinUter Talks. The n.w Turkish minister is a terroi to Washington society. He is one ot those foreigners who cone to America full of curio-ity concerning this people and with no hesitation about. excrci-in:: it. Usually the American ladies ot Washington arn willing t.. sati-fy this Cariosity mid can hold their own agiiin-t the tp.ie-tinning. But thin new Turk is altogether unspeakable in a I social sense. He attended an officiai functii B a tew evening- since and WM introduced t.. a lady in full reception dress, a little fuller than usual perhaps. The Turk exchanged the ordinary com? monplaces, tor he talks the langnage of the country to which he is accredited. Gradually his attention became riveted upon the lady s costume in such a man? ner that -he was embarrassed and raised her fan in front of her. At length the minister, in his earnest way, pointing to the low cut >.f the bodice, Hsked: "Ma.lam. doe- your husband permit tbi- without prob -t !" The lady colored furiously and re? pli, d thai her husband found no fault with her taste. Tlie minister shook his bead in a deprecating way and began j to tell how differ, nt it was in his coun? try. Tlie udyuiatie her eaeap? M quick Is a- poesil le N't many evenings aft? erward the minister was at another offi? cial reception. He was presented toa well known society woman ami tugan: "Are yon marriedT" Th.- lady answered in the affirmative with a -mile "May 1 a-k how long you have Wen married'.'" The lady said that she had entered the state of matrimony some ten years ago. "How many children have youf" was the next question. Th.- lady replied, with a slight mani? festation ..t embarrassment, that she had none. Tin- minist, r stopped to think for a full half minute and with a puzzled look resumed; "In my country"? The lady tied, and what tint minister was going to say will never 1h) known. Hut in. member of Washington s..< i.ty will now risk an introduction to tot terrible Turk if she can help her-. It. ? St. Louie Globe-Ocmot rat. A Ken SintiUelfnit Powder. Su un. h . : Europe a- 1- interested in tbe manufacture of high explosives it just now engaged in speculating over the discovery of a new one which an Austrian chemist is alleged to have per? fected. It is a -niok.less powder, free from nitroglycerin, wliich overheating affecta but a trifle, and which is as trustworthy and safe a- iscominon gun p. wder. It is positively smokeless, does Dot hent the arm in which It is used. and altogi ther -? cms to luve complete? ly tilled the bill at which all ii; ? ? . iplosives have been aiming. So far the .let:'lis of composition and manufacture nave ben kept a secret. so far as this coimtrv i- c, nc- I least New Kaniea l-'t.r \r? Jot). Motor vehicles are responsible for new words in the vocabularies of most modern languages. To describe the man win. i- addicted t,. the n.w hal.it tbe French say "chauffeur, . ,r * *n. ,t- r 'v.h-t. ' In London he is called "anto? bt," "antocarist" or "motocy clist. " The Hollanden -ay "antomobilist" and the Italian- "carknaro. " Tbe Qermani amplify by saying "motor fahrer" or "autombifshrer." It's now our turn to add a snitable name. ak^.AAAAA,A A ?1? i\ Y CiFs^ .?O ? > 4 4 w A \ is the BEST SARSAPARILLA. "Best" is an easy boast. But there's no best without a test. You expect something extra ol" best ; something extra in bread from best flour; something extra in wear from best cloth; something extra in cures from best medicines. It's that something extra in Aver's Sarsa parilla that makes Aver's the best. That something extra is quality. Remember it's quality that cures, not quantity. Geo. Smith of th?? People's Drug Store, Seymour, Conn., says: "I have sohl your goods for twenty-live years and when a customer asks me for The Best Preparation for the Blood I say: 'Ifyou will take my opinion, use Aver's Sarsaparilla; I will guar? antee that you will receive more benefit by using one or two bottles of Ayer's than you would by using half a dozen bottles of some other kind.' When they take it, I never hear any complaint." Ayer's Sarsaparilla cures all disease? that have their origin in impure blood: sores, ulcers, boils, eruption^ pimples, eczema, tetter, scrofula, etc. It cures cheaply, it cures quickly, and it cures to stay. That's why it's best "After twenty yssrs' exp?rience as s druggist, I consider Ayer's Sarsaparilla superior te ?ny similar preparation on the market, and I give it the preferente over all others." A. C. WOODt/AKO, Worcester, Masa. ? In our estimation, as regards Sarsaparilla, Ayer's is the standard. We have never heard It spoken of in other than the very highest terms " W. E. TEKRILL & CO., Pharmacists, 9 State Street, Montpelier, Vt, ? ?*I consider Ayer's Sarsaparilla the best blood purifier on the market." . Dr. GRISE ?ir CO, West C-ardner, Mass. " During fifteen yesrs of experience with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, I have yet to learn of a single case wherein it failed to cure if used according to direction*." t. O. COLLINS, Druggist, Paris, Mo. "I believe Ayer's Sarsaparilla contains more medicina] value than anv other similar compound." JAMES DOANE, Dispensing Chemist, Kin'gsville, Ont r?T T T T T T ? T T T T TAT.TATATATATATA T TTTTA aAAAAAAAAAAAsaAaVAAA AA?AAA ?iA, AYegetable Preparation for As - sitmlatinglhcFootldtitlHe\}ii(,i tiitg the Stomachs ;iiui Boweb of FretTiete? D?^tttw.CiicTjrrul ttseaandBwt Gon tains m*Wicr ta^rd.'cwnrfiiie nor >fincf?d. ?ttw ?AtncoTic. s?JxJ?tm ' /'? fn l.'r SJIi - yin fil ?fttf ' ?VrmfttJ A perfect Remedy for Constipa? tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions,Feverish ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP. Fa? Simile Signature of ?KW TOHK. BtCACT COPY OF WRAPPER For Infants and Children. e^i ri which ? tu I."?ti ui der ordinary trust ;i." l'iirmii.' and deep. londitions most system, ality. lu treatment &\ After Six Years of Intensa S?ffering, Promptly Cored Du t? C C aeriotu. OJ Ut ?i Oi )iIHi :il. every caso th?? blood is in vol v? 1. can nave any effect. ?: p - > muat l>e ?limin?t?-?! from til before a run- can be I There ia no uncertainty the merits of 8. 8. 8. ; ?.ver made for it is backed by convincing testimony ? who hav- besa cored by know of its virtues by ?spur i nee, Mr. L*?wis J, Clark, ol i Conrthouae, Virginia, writes ; ? "For six years I had a running ulcer on my ankli at times cati?w! mo ?nti ing. I was bo diaabled f ?r n I m : while that I was wholly m business. On?- of the beat ?1? tr?-at?-d in?' constantly) ' ul : no good. I t!n!i tri? d \ blood remedies, without th benefit. 8. S. S. was so bi ! y recommend?-?! that ? conch i try it, and the effect a an woud It seemed to gol right ?it th? of the disease and forcethep ?son cured.'1 It matt"? not h?w they an acquit d >r what treatment has failed, S. S. S. FCR TH OOD will cure the most obstinat?-,?!?-.? expect local treatment of salv? .. loti? ms, '?-.. to i i. ?I u cur?', 1? cause they can not roach the r<-al cau.f th? trouble, v> hich ia in the blood. 8. S. S. drives out every trace of impurity in the blood, and in this way cures permanently the worst cases, It ia the o ly blood remedy guarantee?! purely vegetable, and contains ti >ta particle of pot -ii. mercury, or other mineral. B. 8. 8. cures Contagion? Blood Poison, Scrofula, Cancer, Catarrh, Eczema, Rlieutnutiam, So rea, I loer Boila, or any other Mood trim1 ile, ? ?Valuable booka mail?'?! free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, G? ly HEADQUARTERS Pine, H.4BTCE88 -arts w*a JBtts. N-j? wastssrlirttasstn*atr m was -a vretaw trmw w>*tr BEST I AMD MAC! HfiRNiSa BEST FACTORY HAHNES". baRHLSS OF ALL GiiACIS, SADDLES, BRIDLES,TRUNKS, VALISES, ROBES, ti'liips, Collars*}, StteaS Cotlm's, And everything in our line at the low? est prices. Call to see tis, before purchasing. J. A. DYSAK'I &v 0 ??BIacksnaith?rlg-^ ^ , HsabBirurcbas-d thso?d and rsll known btaskenutj ahop in ri-srof f, - ?r,t>.F?iPiMirc?stabiy.iiiii.loit Mainatnsl, I am ready to or ;i;;;j.;i:ii;;il,i,,,,e'd,'f.??lkm.,?;,n?, All kind ?n-f work andre pSgdvns fjBahortiKrtBjssndstiowsst i?osstbl? priesa. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. ? 1 .. . lw n t.11,1 t,. tl'is ? ,l?l,,,,,?) ? JNC W. GILL, ??ci? ?Hier lu Six Hours.. Distressing Kidney and Bladder disease reib veil in -i\ n.- by 'New Oreal South American Kidney I ure.1 Ii it t great turpriteon acco'iut of itt exceed? ing pi.ptnett in relieving pain In bla.l.i.-s. kidneys and back, m male or ten?ale. Relieve* r?tention of water al ino-i Immediately. If you warn quick I cine lid- is the rumedj bold bj B. Rclimltt, Druggist Woodstock' \ i. "Bro* ii ,i|.|ie..isj to ue ? ?reit eX|ii*'i-io:,lHt.'' "Ve.-; tie wont even coi line hi n.-ell lo the truth." Amiial Convention Photographers Associ? ation of V.l., Lynchburg, March 22-24. Poi the above ...cas: n 11.. - goutb? ra BiiiUi iy ?ill -dl ticket- from Washing? Ion, I?, i .. and all polilla in Virginia t.. I.yiicl.i.iiigand retum at greatly re? duced ral.-. ticket- on isle Mardi 10, '-'I .nd J'.'. linal limit March -*7th. " -.un mi II " Mill I'ticle i'.lien, aouli]* ii'i bah im Doable 'lall bout gehen licb. ufdfj held on s light to demon, y del earn as (lev does 10 the mon i' >\ tioi row s." ?o?chTt?s generally begins with a common cold ; if not cored it becomes dangerous and thousands die from bronchitis annually, Dr. John W. Bull's Cough Syrup, the kamt remedy for this di-ease. cur.-s it ina few days. Br.B ill's COUCH SYRUP Will promptly cure Bronchitis, .: tad pleasant to lake recomm. a I it Me* -. su at ?II Raw oyaters are u < oma ended as a ci re lor hi atset eaa. 'I b?> are a'-o s eme for h m^er. Dr. E. Dctcron's Anti Diuretir. Ma\ I..- north to you more th .n $100 if you bave a child ?ho M'i'-. bedding from ii.eoiitei eu. e of water during deep, ure*old and yeung alike. It arrett* In- tro ible at once. ||, Bold by B. -cliinitt Druggist, W.Ittock, Vs. Dyspepsia Cure. Digests what yoti cat. I> artlficlallydlgtsststhefoodandatila thenlng and ?Hi'.' or Idlgess* antand tonic Nt other preparation - iach it In It in ! permanently cares , Heartburn, . h, Nausea, SIckHea l iche,Gvtralfffa,Cramps,and tsoflmperfec digesti?n Pr^pjrod by E. C. DsUVltt aCi. Chicago L. It, Irwin. :. - e 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Tit? DE MARiiS n ', ri GHT3 Ac ? r. . ,-lT<? if NSIrs' DeV it: VY it? it Hazel Salve C'ires '?? Scalds. Hums. SOUiHHRN iiMUA? Time Table in effect Jany. 16, 189g. NORTHWARD. tfo.1 i ?io.31 N'o73 A.M. A.M. ft".M. f.v. tTsrrisonbarg S 46 ;? li ' 7 1 Liiirl < owstu Broadway 7 06 I 41 : "? Timbemlle N'eu Market 7 17 3 Ml Quickaburg lit. -i sckson 7 :l ? 11? s j,, Eiiinburg 7 11 Uli (i ??!? iVoodt-tock 7 S3 4 13 D II Maure rtown Tom's Brook Ki-li.-r- Hill Strasburg c U 5 ?I 10 M klrerton S II 5 37 Kriiiii Boyal - ft I 17 Plann 7 M Maii.t-a" ni ?o 7 so A. a*. P. M. Ar. Wa?hiiiCton 13 ?3 9 OS SOI rilWARD fo.13 .Vo.O \,.71 M. .\. M. ii P. M. A. M. I.v. Washington " Manassaa " ibiyn.uk.t " Plaint ?? Rectortowa " Delaplane I.v. l'iout Royal ?? Riverton ?? Strasburg " Platiert) Hill " Tom- Brook " Woodstock ? Edtnburg ?'M. .la.k-.m " Qiilcksburg ?? New Markst ?? Ttmberviile ?? Broadway ?? Cowant " Llnvllle Ai. ilaiii-oiibiirg 4 01 ? 03 '.' :i" s 30 lo 04 ? .1:! lo ;iu ? Ifi m ;,i 5 SO 11 im 707 11 I A. M. ; 1 - 11 ?-. P. M 7 :t7 \i ill S 50 7 12 si- 1-' .V, 7 It s :u nu s 17 S m 1 gj - -17 ? M l M IIS '.Hin 100 le IM Tra?na ? and H dally and 71, n i:t and 11 dally exeept Bunds?, I No* II nii.l.li; .'?iiiii-'ct willl Hirtin lien- train. . >|nts Smith and Southwest, and a? Washln - .i.tmIiii. *. Nocbaoa? W lahtnsjton ami liai rlsoa '. It. i ill infonnatKM spplu to Afttt ot - . ..i write t.i i US. UKOWN.Uen'l Agent. ? i.. -. w.. WaaWasrhaa, D.S th . .;.?, \S\.i\. IM ? II. I'. W.A.TfKK ad . .', \ (en. M. ' O. r?. A wuAiiiiuit.ni. n. a SHENANDOAII COUNTY llama Office. Woodstock, Va. OFFICERS: I). N K vVMJ N, Pr?s, and Oeti'l Manager. ?J. W. S A MM I ER, Vice Pre*. M. t?. WUNDER, SeereU.y. M.COFFMAN, Trenm.rer Dllti;< TDrttr \t l' VV I'M i ici? ??? S. n ALK'? R\ AI. 15. V> ?MJh I., o F sTff,,...,'v J W. RANTMIEB, Josi vi STD-rrr rv F. s. PBNNYBAOKBB, ?v A pVn/f L Y' B. F. BORDEN, l?nJfSPUm 4A8. M. PALMER. A-set-, Dttfkt*, Slat leVI *?/. o-.? o-. Aweis, n?aeniber,:il.-.1-.D?.f ?W ?M ?7 Asset., Deceinbtr. 3fth. f-ajCj .- ? ,' i .. A^iwrnk-wii -:m.....;;;;;;;;;v..; ??I-SS Aswit.|>-eetsberSnH0l . ftfi Jrto, A?IWml.erSIMW,... . 15255" ? Money advanced ou the Stock nf fu* Aaawiati,... ?. i-"???? '?' ? ? ?' n ?asy term?. Association, or loaned on rral est?t? -?oo.lty P-ri-.tl.-.rm. to prt.vi.lef?r rhSBltllsw* l.omst orto oar aaT i.,.l.l>i.l. . ? ?at. oiitldv piiv -.... ?HI ft,i.l th? i?. ?; . ? ? p " tutl->nr?-.l? ?? ,n Adrtie-? M B ?I'MiKKS^i W^:i o.k"'V"TJ",t ""'"?"^.?""' -??c.y. w.MxiHtot k. Vu., lor paper? and information: Mar e-tf ?~urus abs >! if ? v r-fhiumatism. Scrofula, Syphilis, Old Sor.'S. Constipation, (iout, and All Misases caiis.-d by impure blood .... TO STAY CURED. Africana Mas Never Failed faaainglcinstauOTcmtot - ?% ?eotTerit to the ? fiel? nee sud trs ?-.I ragt* aadettska the most ? ? on \?..u:i otku so-called mtsillbU cures tar? failed. Africana is -naile altOMtft** frim herb?, is perfectly hsrmleaa ?ad v..-; is the moat p iwenal ami surest remtMy ever dis? covered for the aluvc named diseases. Write for further particulars, hsaHmoeiote, etc. Africana Co., atst /?'or ?ale by u. SCHMITT, DnigfiA 1.300.0 . ' icor I'uria. .'? ike lb?* weak m potent maosi - wiuiss?.?. i what .'.j?ir. for a cur. Is s notut? Ij . rr.'.^i, ,'ui/a^te.j 1 . iples, A^rC?f't'ME?TEitl.iXir.taiKOV CO., tUleago or-New \ urk. 4th?tf. JorFale by B. SCHMITT, Drn^i-t, Woi?Nt?.rk, Ya. 1899. THE SUN. 1399. BALTIMORE. MD. Tbe Paper of the Pe.pl?>. Kur tbe Ptople ana with the People Hones? In Motive, Fearless in Express or. S'.nnii in Principle. Uns?erviojr in Its Allegiance to Right [Theories and Right Practices. Tbe Snn Pnblislie*. all tlis Xews All th* I'm ?-. hni it .loes not allow its colnmns IS hs degraded by naoieaB' immoral or partly mu-.vianal matters. I. lot slit, IBS BOS It tbe ('.insistent und Ci.changing Champion arid DelVnder 'I Popular Rights and IktsrsatS against iiolitjcal DMSaiutS tod aionnpolies tf very r harae-ter lnc'spendatil ia uii ?-xtrenie in ri?.ne. It is for ge.od aw?, gone! jo??i nir snt ?lid good orilrt. ilj Bail Fifty Ont? 6 u.onth. Six Dai 'ars a jeer. The Baltimore Weekly Snn The Weekly Sun >obli?hea nil the nesi. .1 rata e??tk, giving cou plrie account* 1 hII aven?s ul interests tlirnnijaont the world. The Weekly r-na Is nuenrpassed i* an A'iRl.TITIRA.' P.rErt. It in edited by writers ol practical ri Itriaac?, who know what farsung mean? inn *!:al t.irm.-rs ?ant is aa agrieo.1 mral journal It eootaiLa re*nUr r? ports ol the work ot tlie Agricultural t-x perimeiit stutit ?i tbronghoal lb? eutia ,ry, ?t th? proceedings of farmers1 ?bib? ?ml institut**, and the H m? nu? .<>? ef sea method? and idea* is sgricnlinre. In Vlarkel Report?, Ponltiy Departtnetit aid Veterin?r? eolnnin are particularly val? uable lo ennntry r?adeis: Tbe, Penlirj Department is ?tilled by a wall-ksowa penury ?ip*rt, and ?very Inane contain practical information of value for penitiy raiser?. Puoltry on many farms has be? come a ?feat source of revenne, and those itilei.ste.l in tins profitable ?nilna .ry ?id Mud tbe Poullr? Depart uetit ot He W ut t Sim 11.t tlnable in tbe <mj of ?uggeaiu n?, advice and intormation. Kit rv tasas c..ntM?n? Storie?, Poela?, tloiiM-hi.ld and Fv/z.r Colniime. a Tarlety ..I interesting ?nil in.irnctlTS MlSCtM matter and oilier featarts, winch u.akr Il a welcon.? Tieitor in eify and SMBtfJ home* alike. (hie Dollar a I ear. Indnceaisatt to v.-ttera-up of clnt.s for t lie Weekly S?u. Kolb tbe Daily and Weeklr Sun mailed r. e of postage In Ibe l.'ni rd Stat<s, Canada and Mexico Payments lavari tidy in m.Itsiic? A.ldieM A. 8. AbLLL COMPANY". Publisher? and Proprietors, Haltiiitrs. kid. AMi lea] MM. Our new licit iut.rii.et at RitVs ob ?taad >a th? -aa-Stickley & Bo*er Bl?x;k.--v ni Court Street, opposite liwiu'a DlSj Store, is oneol tba most ooaipltla ia til Valley. We keep all metis ia aeasor ?rd will furnish no.hiog bat the ver '.eat BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL, PORK, ?* SAUSACE, PUDBINC.' PU0BIN8 MJSH, SC. 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