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CANCER IS DEADLY!
RflSUltS FntnllV 111 Ninfi ^"s ^ear^^ disease often first appear IlOOUIlO I aifJIIJ III itlllu ,ls H lner(1 si-rati-h, a i ?in 11 ?It?, or lump ? Pqcdc (lut nf Tun i ^ bragurt, boo small to attract an; udoCo UUI Ul loll ? notice, until, in nanny cases, the deadly - - . . | . disease is fully developed. u?78 lOMld 3t L3Sl> Cancer can not be cured by a suruca <>i>eration, because the disease is a virulen pAswi in the 01***1, droubiting throughout the system, and sdthond the sore or ulcer?known as the Cancer ? may be out away, tin poison remains in the blood, and promptly breaks out airean, wit! renewed violence. The wonderful success of S. 8. S. in (Hiring obstinate, deep-neutci blood diseases which were considered incurable, induced a lew de apairing sufferers to try it for Cancer, after oxhausting the skill ol the physicians without a cure. Much to their delight S. S. S. provee equal to the disease and promptly effected a cure. The glau news spread rapidly, and it was Boon demonstrated beyond doubt that a cure bad at best been ^^^rfe^h found for deadly Cancer. Evident? has accu- s^ar^^^?l mulated which is incontrovertible, of which /wa the following is a sjx?cimen : 3t~$&$&&L "Cancer is hereditary in our family, my father, a ?3i^ vP 'wf sister and an aunt having died from this dreadful gCj V^^V. $ disease. My feelings may be imagined when the hor- ^^^ -i' ^r / ?Jj rible disease made its appearance oa my sida. It was a malignant Cancer, eating inwardly in such a way an ^taV^?^i??.' to cause gieat alarm. The disease seemed beyond the VaK^??Sfc skill of the doctors, for their treatment did no go* d *'IT^e^pSf||^ whatever, the Cancer growing worse all the while. Numerous remedies were used for it but the Cancer mrs. s. M. idol. grew steadily worse, until it seemed that I was doomed to follow the others of the family, for 1 know how deadly Cancer is. especially when inherited. I was advised to try Swift's S[ieeiflc (8. S S i, which, from the first day, forced out the poison. I continued its use until I had taken eighteen bottles, when I was cured sound and well, and have had no symptoms of the dreadful affliction, though many years have elapsed. 8. S. S. is the only cure for Cancer.?Mas. S M. Idol, W*inston, N. C. Our book on Cancer, containing other testimonials and valuable information, will be sent free to any address by the Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia. LAND OF OMAR KHAYYAM. 1 Cbanti-r I.lkrly to ?'?imp Into limilrr Importance. It Is probable that the American re ?pects Persia for only two things?its carpet? and the Rabaiyat of Omnr Khayyam. Beyond these taro there is little known of the country save that it was one? ruled by Darios, Cyrns and X?rxes, ami that Babyli n und Nineveh wars once its chief cities. Bot the Brit? ish foreign office and the Russian min? ister of foreign affairs know that the land has lieen a bone of content!? n be? tween the two countries for upward of a hundred years, and that the time is xapidly approaching when it must be divided, so that the Persian problem may \w removed from the diplomatic arena. It it currently reported tiiat the ap? pointment of Lord Cnraoa t, the vice royalty of India was because of his great familiarity with tbe Persian ques? tion. No man in England ?S better fit? ted to deal with the pn p - d partition of the shah's domain Iban be, for bis h,ng residence at Teheran an,I seqnent studies of the question havs made him absolute master of its small? est details. The pi 'divide the. country by a rough line running ea-t and Wl -t through f lag the north I i Russia and adding tlie southern half to India As matters stand now. Persia U go ing fmm bad t" worse Bbe ha- u>< laws, save those im; powi r ful; M justice, save that which is pur? chasable; no state 11 shah's private purse, and no enterprise, save that which is Russian or I Divided into two sections by s that runs through the center and with oat railroads save those organised mijj run by Europeans for tin ir own pur? poses, which are chiefly military, the nation bus no nv .ed feeling, and its national pride ms Di i n h | crushed out by a corrupt aristocracy. Russia is bin,ling the northern sec? tion to bersaif by means i f s network of railroads which are connected with the Siberian system, while England has constructed railroads la the southern section which tie it to India With the death of Musafer-td-din the country is ! to fall in halves naturally, but if it does not then the two nations most interested will sic that it occurs promptly.?St. Louis Republic UNCLE SAM'S BANDS. I-lcnty of Ma?!,- l-launi-d For Sol diera In the limiie. "Strangely enough, until the army reorganization goes fully into operation, military bands have bad DO legal exist? asses." explained a member of an aimy baud, "though quite a number of them have existed in spite of the law With the exception of the post band at West Point, no army band has ever been pro? vided for by statute. Th, re are. as is well known, a number of military bands, thost of Ibc Sixth cavalry and Second artillery being well and favor ably, known in Waahingl n, from the' long serivce they have ffivt n in th tion. but they were never provided tor or maintain,,! by any form of law. Oth? er regiments have had Ibeif band- also, but the funds which provided them with their instrument- and music al? ways came in an indirect manner and without any erpresse d statute of law. 1'nd'T the statute providing for the re? organization of the army, there will be a batid connected with each nui ment of the army, and in the three bra) of the service?infantry, cavalry and artillery "Bands are now appropriated for, the same as the officers and soldiers them? selves, in direct and expressed ternis, and it will riot be many year- before tbey will i>e varycoasiderably Improved all around, for tbey will be Independent of company funds, which varied from time to time, and which at some tttosa were very low. The band-men had to b? company tailors, barlx rs ami do oth? er outside- service, so as to make both ends meet "?Exchange. A Remembrance. A reminiscence of the eat rgetic times when Englishmen really fought ritual? ism was given th.) othi r day in a meet in? of St. .Saviour's vestry, Boothwark, London, during a discussion on a pro? posal to erect an altar screen. Sited with images of the Ma,Intu?a and various saints, in the newly restored cathedral of south London. < ?ne of the opponents wss Mr. Fry, and he proudly remarked, "My family has always daSesuted from Romanising movements in the church, and at the time of the Paaaylte com? motion my grandfather polled the vic? ar's nose scrims this very table. " Th*r WmI KlaSeraartner?. A manufacturing concern of Dayton. O., has given notice tbat from now on preference will be given to young ap? plicants for employment who have had a kindergarten training and after 1915 no application for employment will be considered nnlew the applicant shall bare bad a kindergarten training. The owners of this factory bave conducted kindergartens for the benefit of their 1,700 to 1.800 employ?es, and hare oh* tained highly gratifying resulta KITCHENER'S NEUVE. Mr nrmnniliil BMjOOa From I.ord HlllllMlIlllll. The other day some ladies wrote to Lord Kitchener SOggestiag that he -bonld give tome thought to the girls as well as the boys of the Sudan. There upon the sirdar wrote the reply that wb.n he had got hi- (bud. u college Wi iking well for tha boys he would think of the girls. Then came the char at tt ristie addition that win n that mo meat came he would not fail to call OB these tedias for subscriptions to help him in the wirk, which reminds mt Of a story so like the man that it il worth retelling. I may say that be tells it himself of himself with great gusto. When Kitchen? r was gtarting bis list for the ?100.000 be demanded for the c .11. ge, be was adviai i that the first and best step be could take wa- to attend a lunch in the city wbii b Lord Rothschild would give Tbe lunch was duly ordered; tbe guests were mt t. the table set. In tbe middle there waa an awkward pansa boni Rothschild was observed t.. leave boni Kitchener after a short conversation, and ?is Lord Roth-child's face was somewhat flushed and his eyes shone brightly it Was ! a-iiy Been that the great banker was not pleased. And ho wasn't, for what bad hap? pened was this. Lord Kitchener, with that sbn wd sens,- he has. especially where money is concerned, saw that tbe amount of tbe subscription era would largely depend mi the amount with which 1. H R tbscbild wonld -tart the liM. He fixed that amount in his own mind at ?5,000. When Lord Ri tbscbild came up to him, Kitchen, r Baked, with characteristic bluntness, what ninonnt he wished to subscribe. "One thousand pounds," replied Lord Rothschild, a little taken aback. '?I wiiut ?5,000," said Kitchener, "and. moreover, nnlosa I get it 1 shunt stay t.> roach." Lord Rothschild is generous?the generosity of the family is sa wall known indeed as its wealth - but S stand and deliver meaaagi of this kind waa ?ometblng more than even the most ;- of men would like. And that was why Lord Rothschild looked angry. The news spread through the room. Surprise tad horror werei n every face, and several of tbe guetta went up to Kitchener to remonstrate, \Y tha head. ThQy migbl as well have 'diked to the Egyptian sphinx, "Five thousand pounds or I go," said Kitch? ener. Begot tbe ?5,000with tbereenll be had anticipated?four other multi? millionaires had to follow Lord Roths? child's example, and when tbe lunch was over the subscription for the <ior don college was well started with ?'^">, 000.?Mainly About People html Damtin City'? Main Strf-et. Along the thawing bog called the main street, littered and odorous from sanitary neglect, were two rows of -a ad gambling halls, with mining brokers' offices and the stores of shrewd speculators In food supplies, who al? ways had one can of condensed milk for |2.50, one can of butter for ?j? and OUI pound of sugar for ft.60, sad assured you that they were the la.-t it) the Colin try. To look oat across the flat toward the mountains was to see acattt red cabins ami piles of tin cans, which at once b't one into the culinary sei ret- of an I olated community composed large? ly of men. At the restaurants bacon ami beans and coffee Cost $9.60.?Fred? erick Rainier in Scribnei - Trnx-lliiK In n I Irelc. "A-i aaderatand it," said tbe baa thpii. "you propose to civilize met" "Exactly so. " "Toa mean to get me out of habits of idleness and teach ma to work:" "That is the idea." "And then toad the to simplify my methods and invent things to make my work lighter*" "Y> I "And next I will become ambitions to get rich, bo that 1 won't have to work at all." "Naturally." "Well, what's the use of taking such a roundaboat way ,.f gattlag just where I Started 1 I don't have to work now." -Washington Star. ? onichlnii In * hnreh. Tie following bitter cry is ntten-d by a Scotch minister in his pariah maga zinc. It eipreuMea very aptly what niauy have felt: I have been very much inconven? ienced by the ninonnt of coughing in church recently. No one who has not tried to speak in face of a hot discharge of violent eonghs can know the jmin of it, the despair of it. Conghing is r.-ul annoyance to minister and congrega? tion. In many eases it tan !*? retrain? ed. In other BBBBB. where one must cough or die, I Would BBggest that the coughs should bo arranged to occur ?t nning or end of a player at the beginning or the dlvisioaa or the end of a discourse and not aaywbera through? out tbt In every a irmoa there are natural breaks or points of transition where, Without tlistraction to the minister or congregation, an ei plosion of coughs might bo allowed to occur.?London Leader. EMBARRASSING. rheVonnn Second Lieutenant*? Hee* tua With Hie Old Trooper. A yonng second lieutenant, who bad been graduated from the first class a couple of months before tbe regular graduation at Went Point, had just join? ed his regiment iu Cuba and was walk? ing down the street near the palace, in Havana. He stopped on the corner, and as he did BO an old grizzled soldier with a growth of beard on his face ami with a cavalry sergeant's stripe on his t, ? bine shirt and a campaign hat, but with no other mark of rank about his nniform except his sergeant's stripe, walked slowly down and stopped in front of the lieutenant, looking around at the different buildings. The young officer Bdgeted s few moments under the manner In which the trooper ignored his proximity, and finally turn? ed on him and said sharply, "Here, yon man, did any ono ever teach you how to salute ?" sir," drawled the trooper, as he glanced at the youngster. "Well, knock your heels together," said the young officer, and the trooper came to attention with the precision of an i M soldier "Now aarate." be-aid, and the troop? er's ganntll t came to tbe rim of his hat and Staid th' re until the yoUAglieuten? ant answered it. at the same time de man,ling "Now, remember this, and oon'l lei it happen again. What is yonx name, and what do yon belong tor" Without relaxing his position from attention, tbe old trooper again r> spset fully saluted and remarked dryly "My name i- Bamui i Stunner, and I'm brig? adier general of the cavalry brigade;' win i upon the young lieutenant pro cub .1 to copy as many colors of the rainbow with his face as was possible and slipped away as soon as he dared. forgetting even to apologize.?Balti? more Newa_ Pour Henri Unrrniit. "It is painful to learn that Henri Dnrrant. the founder of the Red Cross society, sits in a small room in a little two storied hospital in Heiden. Switzer? land, almo-t, if not quite, forgotten by the world be did hi- beat to serve. Once wealthy, be spent all his money on the great humanitarian works in which he was interested. A few remember him. e. g., the czarina has given him a year? ly pen-ion: nevertheless he is Weighed down by a heavy debt, and now and then has been In dire straits E ristance maye, ma to him from Sweden from the Nobel prize, given to the per? son who has dons the most to promote peace In snj cass be ought not to lie allowed to languish in want and dis Christiac PnttliiK It Into Practice. A friend of the Rev. Dr. P. s. Han? son, the popular Chicago preacher, not i found the pastor in one of the large department stores. He was lean? ing up against a supporting pillar in a brown study. "Why, Henson, what in the world ate yon standing there for'.'" asked the friend "Oh," said the parson, as a twinkle came into bis eye, "just putting into ? thai verse in the Bible, 'All the days of my appointed timo will I wait till my change conic' " -NEW MILLINERY GOODS.? I harejosl received say new '?VSPRINO MILUNERV (K)ODS,<*v c DsUtlng of Hats, Trimmings, etc, Nti ? Orofl will again be With me, this -i;i-i'li Bay Soliciting a -hare of the public patronage I am Respectfully Mar. 21-lmo. R. .1. RINKKR. Evert thing Fresh, but the Owner. Il,- is pretty well np in the business, and at his neat market on South .Main street, be can supply you with the choicest Bee', ilutton, Veal and Pork, in any form or quantity, cut ju-t to ^u:t your taste. Also the best Uncoil and salt Meats, Pudding, Sausage, and Pon-Hoss m their season. Prices as low as can be m.-ds and live. Persons having stock for sale ild sec me before selling. Good country bacon wanted Let me show you wbal I can <lo for you in my line. CLAUDE LcR. MILEY, Woodstock, Va. apr Jl? / Hj.M.VH-ltiNKR'S OKKH'E, V; Woodstock, Va., April 18th, 18ft. To ' ni le 0. I h nsldson. Minnie 8. Ison, Bctllf R. Donaldson. If. L. Maquiller and.I. W. Magiudi r, CompltS. and I). P. Msgrnder, sdmr. of William Donaldron, dee'd, J. W. Donaldson ami Belle Donaldson, in ber own right and i- wife of.I. W. Donaldson, M. B. ?Tun l,r. trustee, I'. W Msgntder, trustee, and J.C. Bakergdn.ad Stem lor*Wllllasn Edgar Donaldson, ami Deborah M. Donaldson (infants.) Deft?. You are hereby notified that I have lixec upon tbe Kith day of May nest, between tbe boms of n o'clock a. m. and 0 o'clock p. in., to take and settle, at mv lli, e, the account- of extract of dict?e. ''Upon consideration whereof, the court dOtll adjudge, order and decree that this ?use be referred to M. W. Magrnder, a 1 'omr. in Chancery of this court, who is hereby directed to ascertain and report: 1. The real estate of which William Donaldson 'bed seised and po* ?eaacd, it-sctual annual value. I. The debts bin ling aha same, ar? ranged according to their priority. 8 And the Commissioner is, al-,>. ? lire,'dl to settle thear-eoontsof D. P. Magi i.,l r, Adnir. of William Donaldson. i. Any othei matter tbe I omrxdsstoner may ill .in pi per, m the parties In in? terest may require required to be taken by the decree of Mieiiatuloali Circuit Court rendered on the (th day of April 18Un, i,, i,e need in evidence in a soil m chancery depending ill said court l?e tween Carrie M Donaldson, dec eeutplts, and William Donaldson's adinr. i\c deft-, and if frasa any cause the taking ofsaidaCCt.t- shall not lie commenc? ed, or having tuen commenced should not b, completed on that day, the tak? ing of the -ame Will he uljoill lied from day to day, or from place to place, un lil the -?nue are taken and completed. Given inidci my hind a-Coiiiinissloner in chancel y nt s lid court, at my office in BBid ennty the day and jeer firs' aforesaid, M U. MAORt'DER, I. a l! i?, (j. ( omr In Chauceiy. W A W. ,d. ?pr. 21?Iw. Rail Road Ties Wanted.i I twill pay cash for green White <>?k and green Chestnut Oak Ties, delivered a say i Boetberea Railway b I ween Btraabnrs Junction And lUr ri^onbu-g, Va. Address ?il commoaica tion to J. 1). (?RAHII.L, jan. 18 Htf. Woodstock, Vs. OD? HAPPENINGS. An Omaha ine.-wi'iigei bov bun I $?,0i O in au ash lo.ru I belonging it? a bniiker of Council Bluffs, ? ho bad lost $6,000 and i flereil atbOOS Hand dollara reward !or it. A Plymooih, if aas, nx on "as killed by lightning winie ringing tbe chnii-li bell d r s. lib?-. A Kentucky launer osvns a mule whit h has m Mime unknown mull ner aiq iieil ihe tobacco chewing In?bit, and it will not woik BUlCM |iio\ nit d w Uli its quid. A lVnnny Ivauia lioile.v OfMDVM V haa had to pay a vom guian ft] 31 o bee nue its eiectricity got into a birbedwtre fence near the track, j an 1 ?II- ii be took bold of the lei ce to climb n hti couldn't, let go until his hand and aim weie shrivelled. Seven years ago ayotinj; Irish? man Marled to this country with ftl.HtfO, wbicli was stiileu Iron him on the ship aid be couldn't send bark lor hi- Nweetheait. He wen: to AntleiMi'ii. Ind., to w>rh, and sometime later tha ?till foi lo weil ou her own hook and j?ot work na a domestic. Recently ?he brean i heir to 930,000, nod now they aie mined and have set up In I ? i e*titbllshlllelit. Hellet In Six Hour?. Tii.-trcs.?n?; Kidney am) Blarlder disease relieved in -i.\ iiours by 'New Ores) South American Kidney Cure.' It i- a L.'r.:il -iirprise on acco ii.i of it? eve I Ing piomptaees In relieving pain In bladdes, kidney- and back, 1.1 male or female. Relieve- retention of WBter al mostImmediately. Ifvou want quick relief and cine tins is the remedy, bold by B. Sel,mitt. Druggist VToodstOCk' Va. ? \i?i blgh,' ex el .11 tried the carr tai pastor In his talk to bis Sui A H | n in ! 1' - ni i small 1 ny,| an undertone, to ins anmpanioi 'llial'.s what the Spanirdi dim nod see a bal happaurd to Shi ?Woman is more I truie ba man. S te w;'l end urn aa lui to/ t, ms attbonl h mu i mur, and can |iro\e it. He-Of cum se y< u cai ?by at; shoe dealer. Ur. t. Uetchon's Anti Uiurebc May be W Or? 11 I" you mole lb u $11 if you hive S Chi Id who soil- le.I,lin fro'in Ineontciienceof water doring>lee| ('mes obi and venng alike, h A\ rest tin trouble at om e. tl. t? i by . Schmitt llruggist, W o., -i,,, k, N'a. ii s'il lo : s who a ? m llu n ! the tight *t S m i.i pi : ii t . ,i ni Co ?n bus, < >?. the o'.her da] one tha B ? te ; ? ing vaeci i ?lfd. CASTOnTA. Bean the /? ! 6,!ar ?5r^?? ?s ,, I m t. d tora -e : our rent, sa.il b landlord lo a le?an', U whom llu bit'? r replutl: li ?in n m b obliged lo yon, for canner lalse it m\ self.' A Beacon of Hope T' lho*e sfflicted with Kidney oi Bladder Diteases i- Foiey'i Kidney Cure. Guaranteed. " NOTICE. Tbe -tore act Olllltl i '. C. Horden art ill my hand- for collection I i ? settled before duly l-i. will bt plact .1 in I the hands of an officer. I apr. 11 Si II. 1 ORDEN, FrotrtotcsDigestion.Chccrfi:! ncssandRcst.Contdins : OpHini.Morphine nor MuicrtiL NotNahcotic. For Infant and Children. ?hs Kind You Have Always Bought _ Bears the Sieuatarc of J\m.pJtm S?J ?HxSrnne ? r *.u, sjti - Sr.'u Srrd * Jlpptrrmnt - Jh CarijnatToJa ? WkmSmi (??tn/ud Sucht . Hi*>jrmn Hmnr Apcrferf Remedy forConslifvi tion. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions Tcvcrish ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. \ TacSimilc Signature of NEW YORK. Alb months r>ld |5 Poses -tfCiTN ? I ? rjCACTCOPYOF WRAPPER, jv The Kind /ou Have Always Bought. TOR0A HEADQUARTERS. Warn mMms BEST [?AND MAEE HARN!$> BEST F?CT?iR? HARNES?. I AKNESS OF AIL GRADIS. MILES, BRIDLES.TRUNKS, VALiSES, ROBES, ?Whips, CoUuvh, Sureat Collate And everything in our line at the low? est prices. Call to see us, before purchasing. J. A. DY8A.RI ftc'O l<<~ BIacksnr\itI-\ing Ilsrini; porchae-d the <>M and wall known blacksmith shop In real o. (ice. H. FtgvePs Pnmiinre rataWlshmtiii on Main street, I am ready to at1 eoaaasjodate all in need r*fworb in my line. All kind of new work sndr i pairing ?lone on sinnt notice and al lowest possible prit Horse Shoeing a Specialty, The nu >st eareful attention paid to this class of work, and aatiafaetion a^taranteed in ever) ease. My prioi - ?ill be down lo iba loweat living |> ?int. Roping yon will give n ea ?uutos I promiaato do ray beat, I nave made arrangemenl by which I oan order II kit da of btiifgy and ami wsston rtpaira at abort notice frota on? of tbe ar?esi boises In tbe cuiintrv, iimljat tlie ft i v loWl I JNCl W. GILL. Dec. 28 Sore Throat Bore throat and constant coughing ?n an affeoUon of the bronchial ti ix a vrhioh may develop into pleurisy or inflarnmat ion of the lungs. Uo not wait; but lue Dr. John \V. llull'a i Syrup at once and bo cured Br.BulIs COUCH SYRUP Cures Hoarseness and Sore Throat. Dov< nr>- ?mnll and r.l.>a?iut to take recommend it. Briet as da. At alldiuaaisUi. A oontemporary s.i\s what this country ne. ils is a fiiv-i-laxa tot?' killer. VVbat'a the muter wiih tie niearettef A L;fe For 50c Man" | . ople have been rurcil Of Kidney Il;.,a-e- by taking ?i 50 of Poli y'a Kidney Cure. Ii never ma keg mocn dflerencp t?a woman where a man bails fron j 181 so she is peinitted to reign over nun. Teller, *;ilt-l<li<>iuti mid J-.e. /cilia. The intense itching and smarting loci? dent to these diseases, ia Instantly al layed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bail cases have been permanently cured by It, h la equally efficient for itching pile- and a favorite remody for -ore nipples, chapped band-, t hllblalns, frost bites and chronic ?ore etc.. ?_>:,,;-. per box. For sale bv R- L. Irwin. JAMES WICK 11 A.M. PracticalELECTRICIAN, vVooDarot k, Va. is on van.I to furnish eli ctrical door hells, liui'olaraiari .-,aiiiiuiiciat"rs set-, . and tu repair electrical a). of all kiniK. < Iffice and Lnbaratory, Corner ot < '..?ut and Mulilcnburg streute,Wood -t'.ck. Va. Prompt attention given to nil calls. Orders by telephone will receive prompt attention. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Digests what you eat. Itartiflciallydlgestathe food and aida in 81 lengthen,ti.' and ?tructlr.g the exhausted llgestlve or? gans. It is;, ' can approach it In It in -tantlv I ' Iy cures Dyspepsia, Ii Heartburn, Platillo-. S r Si nach, SlckH istralgla.Crai . Prepared by E. C DeWiit ACo . Cbjcaea L. II Irwin 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE rn*r.E Mar;.s Designs CopyH gmts Ac i ? Sd Jit * ? i r DeWitt s Witch liazei Salve C irei ! .'.urns. aOuTHEBN RAILWAY lime Table m effect Jany. 16, 189g. NORTHWARD. !io It KoJ A.M. A.M. v . y. Harrisonhurg ' I.?oville " Cowans ?? Broadway " Ttmberville ?? New Market ?? (?uicksburg ?? Mt. -lack-on ?' Bdlnburg ?? Woodstock '? Maiircrtowu I'..in'- Brook her- Hill " Strasburg " hiverton Ar. Front Royal ?' Plains " Mana- BBS Ai. vTa?hlnsrton I 10 J ll : i 7 II 4 I I SI s (J 9 I'J - 59 10 :- M ?j i a -. if lo as ."> :;, :? IT A. i.|P. M. 80?T?WABD Ho.13 N-, s N..7I M. A. M. P. M. A. M I,y Washington M massas H lymarfcel Plains Rectortown Delaplane From Royal Blvertoo M' Strasburg bi-llel- Mill Tom's brook Woodstock Bdlnburg Jackson ?? ?ulckaburg ?? New Market ? rtmbervdtt ?? Broadway aaua - l.lnvillo At. Banlsoaburg D 30 ? ;t i I :. 53 10 9U ? 16 10 "d H id 11 m 707 11 l -A. M. 7 1-11 5 I'. II ; j ? ? | |Q s :t i 101 ru 1.' 5-1 7 11 S 17 i y s i: 1 30 I II J o. 1 'OU Train? 9 and 3i) dally and 71, 73 II and II daily evept Sunday. Ho? ii iin.lan connect *.ith main Ii forall points .-".in and Houthweat. and at W.r-l.in.-l V.ihalllfe ? i?e ai Washington oi.l l! i lira "ii I ? and 14. . " KonleUll Information appui to Auen? of tiie southern Hallway,or write to I..-, nitiiws.t.l 'aval Kilt''nu. St., s.w.. Wa-luinrl. n, H. I a tNKon.J Mt i i.r, w.A.TiHit s , M. Traffly Mau. O.P.A WafthiuxtoQ. i> C SHENANDOAH COUNTY Home Office. Woodstock, Va, ?FFICAOM : I). NKWMAN, Pre? and Oun'l Manager. J. W. SANTMIER. Vice Pre* M. t?. WUNDER, Sfcri-tHry. M. COFFMAN. Treasurer i?iiti:<"i"oi<v F.D. NKWMAN, M B. WUNDER. D.O. O FLAHERTY. .1 W. SASTMIEK, F. s. PKNNYHACKER, li. F. BORDEN, L. S. WALKRK, S. K STICKLE! H n. BAl JoSIAJI BTIOKLBT, W. A. PENCE. JAS. M. PAINTER. A-set?, Dwetnlii-r, :?lif, l*.U.f?t A*.etK, llewmber, :ils-, l-'.r.' . ~<7-.<r'? SI Aseste, Deeeobrr. Xth. I'M. fgld 13? ?8 assets, Daesober 81 1894. Ml A-s.is iveet.ii.er811885. |6T1,'OMb\ Assets,Psrssjber 3t'h, 18M.t?te.e sfonsj sd Teased oe 'lie ?Stock of tbe Association, or loaned ou mal estate - il ?SSV terina, ['?win * ,v,,ii ..i, ? to provide for timfuaeivss Vnu:?, orto pay og Indebtedness \f h ii oiift.lv payment? ?ill Hint the Asseeletiea sa l?e just wlutthay want Ailditss. M B. W URDU 8setf. Woodstock. V*? tor papers and information: Mar. ??tf aytjres shsol .? Khenrnatlara, Scrofula, SypM'ls (Nd Sore- . | Qejttti BJbbI All - ?i hj impure Blood ... TO STAY CIRI D. Africana Has Never *d la astngle lusts a n of tbe hundred tr ?.? I ("her : to the public with en ire ? the nn st U i i | have failed. Africana is retad* i "e tly harmless iad <.? is th 1 > coverel f;?r the ah ivc BSBBvd diseases Write for further paitaratan testimoniale, etc. Africana Co., 63S S. eJROAQ ST Atlanta, Oa. For sale l?y K siCflMlTT, Di ?MW ?IT Oviri, ?? til ? ; ? - ,,.c. Aaorvyi't'UK NILlUilAUi'tatJ 2 CO., cMci ^?j?-r 4th?tf. For Sals by B. *< B111TT, Druggist, Woodatoek, Ya. COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, Woodstock. Va., ?oril 17th, I8W. H. M. Lint/ mu? P. 8 Uadsmood. partners trading lnnler tin- firm Dane ol LantzS l.lndamood, Com pits. \_^?i'-t in Cham A. Robcy: P. v\ Ma imider, trustee and thi V'alley Building and i."h:i Ass. [Incorporated) Pefts, Complainants anq Defendant* In the above ind the lien creditor* el Lucy v. Kobcy, are hereby ?..titled that I have Sled upon Tuesday tbe (3d day of Star. ?*?. it t.in. it not on the next fair day thereafter, i Sunday excepted at my office in Woodstock, Va., between tbe hour? of (a. ou, and S p.m., to take, -nui .mil report: til The res! ? itateof winch l.uey V. Kobcy andGi orge \. Kobo) are leised. u lieni binding ihsssSSS arranged according to their priority. Ill The actual and annual value of said real "?tat*. i V Any other matter the parties In inter eat may require, or the Commuwioner bum diem proper. Pursuant to decree entered in the shove named cause In the April Term of the ?circuit oourtof Bhenandoah countyi tilven under my hand as Commit Chancen of said court the day any year list above ?ritten. w. it. mm.l.v. i'..nir. In Chancery. apr. ?1-?i. l'a''eiiiier .V liau-ei in.ia. i"|. A M? Moat Marisr. Oar new meit market at Hire's old ?tand m i lie -svStickley & Boycr Block,-? oo Court Street, opposite Irwin'* Drag ^tnre, ?? Obeof tlie mont complet? in the Valley. We keep all ment? in M-a-mii. ii it will fumino Bo'bitijj bnt tbe ver '?eut BEEF. MUTTON, VEAL, PORK, S AISAE. PUD EIN: PUUDIN TMJSH, AC. Kverytliiiii.'clean and pare, and meat? cut just ?s nWiied. Wg alw.?y? keep i full stock to select from. fV The highest cash prices paid fo. c.itfie, hogs, vr.it aelrse sad poultry Try as bef.i,-e ?oiling eUewhete, r? if? are dearrssined to please ?* i.'ly ask I'M tu ti\\r n? a ehancr. V< art of experience will te" ?? bim lin?1nna>. W R. HITE. nor. 10? WOODSTOCK GARBLE WORKS, WOODSTOCK, VA. aonuments, Tombs and all Kinds of Cemetery Work. lowest price? in the Valley. Give a* , call. E. U. SNYOER. FISHER & CO. UNDERTAKERS & EHBAL.MERS, 11 AHKIHVI I.I K, Va, Our Dusuiaaa am ?atabUalM 1 run ago and we have all modern Impnivi . our line. W'' purcbaaeaad earn a toll Una of olote, and wood caskets, ?i?o walnut own maanfacture. A fall stock of i Bend, vVe huir atine hearse ?n't triim anii will give prompt attention to all calls day ami Issllsb] phono answered promptly. will not I?' undersold hi uni one in the Valley and our terms area!? eommodattag, Apr. 14 BBSS, THB VALLBY Miliiif ? Loa n .talion, WOODSTOCK,; VA 0*m BM : J. !.. Wisman," Pics, and (?en, far. \V. S. KitKNt n, V. President. W. \V. LoOAJf, Stity. and Tre.v. HIM* nuts : .1. T.. WmMAsT, Glu. H. GraUBT, W. \V. LOOAK, L B. vVaikok, 1\ \> . MaiIKI-11KK. A.l.lrcss w W.aVOQAV, Scv.dcTreas. Woodstock, Va. Ba^HBaaB^Bn COAL ! COAL I All kind- of coal for sale. Apply hi t'ismaa'a ?? arabom? r in j rr KHI. M. II. IloTTfcb. Sov. 18 tf ?eaaaBBBBSMa Sr hedul? in F*>rt March 12, 1899." Lesve Kiverton, North-joand -..T a. m. 7. M r. w. South and Weatbonnd 9,47 a. m. 6 5? p. i. * H'rite/crR/itti MaptTtmt ViM*tSlrt^?g Cct Xeitrvoticu Dncr. vtimpjmphlth A?yjffri:i 't W1B8EVI1.L ,] /uenfiuu Mre?*c^ Ol?i?*P?i> A??', P.,'Wf?M*??l. hMlinch .1 ^fjOAHCniY*. i CoiuntuiQ ; Roam??,;, +. F LJIWERJEEDSl HISS C. H. LIPPINCOTT, 319 and 323 6th Street, South. Minneapolis, Mb x gn?" I.adle- who desire ro seien i ? m a choice collection of How, lowest price, thould write to m If guaranieeil. P. S. WRIOriT, Would he pleawd to till orders for "I 1 cu-toiners aa well a- new ones, a'-,- o sail attention, as of yore, to the healthy -lock of homegrown flower? u.d fruit, anil ornament i MutoiiBTOWN. Fretlerick Co., Vs> Dissolution of Partnership The pnrtnerahip bctwtea P . and Browc lias been divu ?l by mutual con llKOYVN ASAGKi;