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WOODSTOCRIVIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 18.99. N . V* >liI\Ma-AH HERALD 18 PUBLlSt?El WEEKLY BY JOHN H. GRABILL - -SUB8CR1H10N $1.00 Per Year. Invariably in Advance. AH communications ut a privat, nature 'ill be charged for as advertising. ? THE HERALD JOB OFFICE ?o upldto i'? ?vary rospi?ct. Work done la nhort notice and on the most reasonable ?ease. o xi ri w'?l? jJd? niScUi. )* Advertid mg ?ate^. A . vei itseuietit? ?rill Go inserted a 1 dollar, per ?o, nur e of ten Unes or lus- >r ihn drsi tuMurtton, auei .ili cubtk i?i i a -,.1 jSe ?titail tnueriiou. ? CaT^uaiterb es j-aii; ?uriiiMi ? .t by contract. r?^Cl.l?-n tLt art i marked npon riu- ta il a t PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. II. Wlll.lt W. T.W1LL1AM8. WUMAMS & HKOTUER, Attorney s-at-Law, WGO?rVVOt K, VA. Practice in all the Courts of Shenati ftoah and aeiJotalBf eon n,?. in the Su t'lt-lin' t'euit fl Appeal? ,| in the? Ce cuit and District Court' ft" the United States. 8 of (?9 Sptcial atte-ntion Kl%en to the col ectton oft-'a'tiic mav 1">, 't>l-tf. M. I. WALTOX. K. I". MWMAX. \\* ALTON A WALTON, Attoi ney s-at-Law, wooimtock, v.v. Pitcttcein ?II the Courts of Sbenan dioal anil ti'j. n iDf ct tit.tie?, id the Su pieiut- C ,lir' 11 AptsMla, ? tu) in ttie- Ctr euit >-nd Disttict Couits of tLe> Uuited State-: Special attention to collection of calu.s Oct. M), V3I f, a, I.WMMIl, .1, M. I'.At silt AN. j'WKNNT.i; ? BAUSERMAN, Attorneys-at-Law, WOODSTOCK, VA. July ?->;, W-ly. INO. U. Dl LIN. Attorney -'at - Law, WoODSTO ?\. VlKMNI \. Will practice in the courts of Shenan deah Coast]. Otll -f, up stairs, m B & L. Building w spend B?tards*; a* Mt. Jackson sepl ? pd. ITMJSU CONRAD. P W. MAGRCPKR HONRAD & MAGRUDER, Attorneys - at - Law WOODSTOCK, VA. \ . U 90 tf. T EMUEL BORDEN, Attorney-at-Law. p? Offli-e B I d Bojei Hii.tiitu. Woodstock, atul at Tiiuone , . \, Vi.. : I Alt Kl; l Y. St. J. rULTOH, QFLAHERTY A FULTON, Attornays-at-Law, fl FRONT IHOYAL, VA. . . tice ill tha Coarta and cao meal C.ietit? f. r et tiMiltatloii at WoodatOOk, Oll Court da] or at at ativ time paities mat KkvIRKKCI ? Flout Royal N'ationul B.u.K, at.tt llitik ot Wan an. j.eu. ."> ?ljr. TjR T. 6. BROWN, Ton's Brook, Va. r\l?. J.L. CAMPBELL, Physician and Surgeon, WO IDSTOCK, Va. f ft T'it-it.e\s aiel Thursdays at ?home for eoBaaltaitoo. DrP\ ?AI, 9?tf. r)R. J. B. RUSH, Dentist. WOODSTOCK, VA. ? Established in 18H8. Ofiice S.nth M tin Stree'. TeCSSS culi. may ?.' -l>r. rvR. W. S. CLINE, Resident Physician. tf?" Call? snawssad tt?> or eight, and re-sldeaee over Ktche-j's 8tore. March 4?tf. D K. W. G FORD Has licainl in Woodstock and will promi?t \ ai s*ai ? - |-%>- ( 1 IKK at the t.- .1.-1 re of Mr. 1). H Wal n ? t Mub'.ei.l air* Street. mav - >'-ht. Fill. T. P. LOCKE, Resident Dentist," t h rit m Main t., WoOPCTOCK, Va. ry Chlvtofaeas, nthee sud iist-it t. r pall SS t xtrat'iou el ti ? t b. Tyi. CHAS. J. S?GER, having located at I k, offen ibllc in the Philip'i 1 vvili giye prompt attention to all Mar. 10, ? K-l 'A III IsllKH 1"?7'].? J. F. SAUM & CO., ?WHOLESALE? Produce Ccrsais?onl?otchants if.'.? I.'.I l-l WA A VI- Ni K, WASHINGTON. : I), c. Sei. it -Io|.m. ills ei ever.v marke'ulile |. rod m i? n ?> in ai ter * ' at ? of the F?'m. Dairy. Ponlm and Stock Yaid Ship I .1- I'HKl daily She highest wbolenale plices X \t-*r? (ever 20 in tbis city) of anc - tu. mates of onr aeaiueaa at.iloy to bandle ?hiptnents aalasraatartlv Refer to iionrieioT of l?Kiui.r? and Citi? zens National Rank ot Washington StSJ D C. Mar. 2 I '-.r. lyr. WOOL WANTED. I will pay the Highest Oss? Price for .'ool of all grades .). I). Ukahu.i.. Woodatock.Va, "Every morning I have a had taste in my mouth; my tongue Is coated; my head aches and 1 often feel dizzy. I have no appetite for breakfast and what food 1 eat distresses me. I have s heavy feeling in my stomach. I am getting so weak that sometimes 1 tremble and my nerves are all unstrung. I am getting pale and thin. 1 am as tired in ths morning as You mast not have consti pated bowels if yau expett the Sarsaparilla to daita best work. But Ayer's Pills cure constipa? tion. U'e have a book on Paleness and Weakness which you may have for the asking, _, ?T t Write te ear Doofere. r.-rh-p, you. -would liko to eon,nit eminent phTtlclans about your i -- , --i'-.r? In y.'ur cm?. Yuuw'ill receive ?prompt Address, DR. J. C. AYF.Ii, Lo?fii, M.O,. lit?!"11 ....' ,-H THEPATH0FSAFET1 DR. TALMAGE DISCUSSES OUR NA | TIONAL LIFE. Th? Dnncers air Monopoly. Mlilllan mol lntuielio Pointed om?< krli t ill? it y ?lie Pillar of the NsUlOa'l ?ticiiKth nml l'i-i-|irluio. [COP! ; Washington, May 28.- In tl tlieperilstlr.it threaten our An institutions and p hits out the path ol safety ; text. Isaiah lxii, 4. "Thy land shall be man; As the greater Includes ths less, m does the circle of future joy sroun I om entire world Include theepicycli own republic. Hold, exbilarant, nniqne divine imagery of the test At ; of u week in which for Ihn e days om national capital was ft pagi not. and ai that grand review and banni . und national anthems could di celebrated peace, it may m t be irmp: to anticipate the time when rfc of Peace and the Heir of Universal Di minion shall t . this mi lion and "thy land shall bs married." In discussing the final destiny of this nation, it makes all the difference in til- world whether we are on the WSJ t< a funeral or a wedding. The I!.; Ii no donbt on tbissutrji ct. In ? ni pits and on platforms and in ? public concourse I hear so many of the i un fried drums of evil prophecy sound? d as though we were on the way to na tional interment, and beeide Tbebe? and Babylon and Tyre in the ci of ?lead nations our republic was to be entombed, that I wish you to under -land it is. not to 11 tials; not msuaolenm, but ear] tar; not cypress, bul orange i I not requiem, but wedding march, for "thy land shall be married." I propose to name Some of the suitors who are claiming the hsnd of this re public. This land ia so fair, so , ful, so affluent that it has many nil a - ! and it will depend much npon your ad 1 vice whether this or that shall be ac . r rejl i t. d. In the first place, 1 i remark: There is a greedy, all gras] ing r who comes in as suitor j the hand of this republic, and that monster is known by the name of mo I Dopoly. His acepter is made out of tbs < ir.in of the rail track and the wire of telegraphy. He d es everything for his j own advantage and for the robbery of ? the people. Things went ou from I until in the tlir.e l?gislatures of Neu York. New -It r-t-y and Pennsylvanis eg tima monopi ly de elded every y fuvi.r a law, it i law it U I Monopoly stands In the rail pot patting lato his pockets II ? 'm in excess of all - frr services Mo niiTMily tolda in bis one band t>. power of locomotion anil latbeothei tiic electricity of swift commonicatioti Monopoly bas the Republican party la mie pocket und the Democratic party in tin. t.tin r pocket Monopoly decides aosaiaatioaa and electiona?city 11" tionH, state elections, national elections. W'th luibes bs secar? the I legislators, giving them free giving appointments to needy relatives to lucrative position, employing tbem ?a attoraeys if tht y are lawyers, cany lag tlieir goods 1 ?'. ' - if tht'V tire merchants, and if be Bad a cast .tihorn a-s \c. 11 as very important pnts down before bim the hard cash of bribery. No? I ii.ll> OTerthroern. Bnt monopoly in not >><> eaeUj eangbt now as when dariag the term af Mr Buchanan the l?gislative coimnittee in one of our states explored and the manner in which a certain railway company bad obtained a donation of < public land, h was found out tbat 13 j of the senators tif tbat state leeeivad I176.MI among tbem, 60 member? of the lower hon-, of that ?tat? received betwi i govern, rol' that si his clerk rect iv. df-3,000, the lientena governor rea lv< d $10 000, all the cler . f the li gi'lature receit i while $30.000 were divided among tl lobby agent? Thai Ibing i n a hug. r small, r scale is all the time going "il some ? f the stati - in the union, bnt is not -o blundering ?? il n* l t- I and therefore not . posed i arrested I tell yon that lbs ovenbsi owing curse ,,f the United st. is monopoly. He puts bis band upon c sbel if wheat, upon every sack < salt, apon svery ton .-t coal, und evei man. woman and child in the I'nit. fei Is ths tench of that money. .???sp"ti-m 1 reji ice that in ','-! statt s. the union already antimonopoly leagui have been establish) i < ?..<| speed tiici in the work of |il i ration I have iK thing t.. say against capital IstS A man has a right to all the moi ey he can make h. lie-tiy -J have iiolh sy Bgainsl d rporations without them no great euterpi ; i le, but wbat I do say is ths lbs ssme principli - are to be applied t capitalists and to c i :?? rations tliat ?ir ap?.lie,l t.. tii. j.rest man and lb plainest laborer What is wrong for mi is wrong tor gnat corporations It take from you your property witnon any adequate compensation. I nin i thief, and it a railwaj property ? f lbs p< ople with? nt mskini any adequate compensation, that is i gigantic lie it Wbat is wn d small scale is wrong on a lai Monopoly in England has ground bun ? oistarvatii n and in In land bai driven multitudinous tenants b - and in the Unit ? take the wealth of 60.000.00C li- 70.000.000 of people and put it in a tew silken wallets ?: flic. .1. ir. '. ed, vulture bi han.i t" tiii- republic. Hu stn and np tl railroads and over the telegra] el the c ? ? - heart und hand . i e mine ? r? ver. " Let not th. south, east and wr-t forl i'i tiie banns of that -???. forbid them at th. . tin m l i. . L It shall ie ' that this land is to be married. Anotbi ? hand of tliis it; i ?i-ni. The Menace <>f IMhlllsaa. II.- owns ni thing bnl i versal cuttbroatery and n nitri Klycerin r nnivi rsal II" be lii v. - in no <; ? i ? In aven and n i csar of ? I would put to death every km-.' and president on earth, and if be bad the power would climb up until : drive the Gi i 11 b( ;"> enfi and take it bin bntchi r. In Frani ? it I miini-ni; in th- United called anarchism . nihilism, but that laal graphic and di up. It wonld niiik' tl crime, and it would driva a hearl and pot a I ver Ibis whole hind ii and l'.i-t and rai me and mm Wie : ' livi ! Hi I'll the town- I'll 1 (ll olfers if lie. It ' box. thi sionnl assembly It would I land and divide it up. or rather divide it down. It W( nld give a- n '.? h t" tie idler as to tt ? i. Nihilism : Thii pantbi r. bav . ha- SX t ? ? oly wait the time in which |i upon it- prey. It burned the railroad property at 1 It? burg during the great riots; it was ni bilism that slew black people in our -i. . ?ties during the wai nihilism that mauled to i .?its year- ago. it lam that glares out of thewindowsol tl;- drinkeries n] they uo by. Ah: Its powi r : t, teeti I. I pmy Ood 11 may never b ? fully tested. It ?? it had the power, leave svery cbnrch, chapel, cathedral, scboolnonss ami col Let me say it is the woist enemy of the laboring cusses in any country aesl cry for reform lifted by op i laboring men ladrownedoot by ition for anarchy. The ils and the vagabonds who range through onr cities talking about their ri'-hts. when their first right is the penitentiary- If tbey could be bnsbe up and the downtrodden labt : of tins country conld be beard tb< r dren In this land riot and : ni ver gained any wagi s fot lb or gathered op any prosperity In tbi land the best w< apon is n. it | not the shillalah. not I'm arms, ! ballot. Let aot oar oppressed laboring iii-n I- begailed t.. coming ander th bloody baaoer of nihilism it will maki yt.ur tax?e heavier, smaller your tal . your cbildn n bun ..tir su Sei ing grt ate r Vet thii nihilism, with feet red of si comes foith and otli-r? its band i r thii republic. Shall the If so. win re shall the marriage altai bel And who will he i prient : Am', evii.it will be ti.' That altar will have to In- white witli bleached skulls-, the officiating prieel meat he a dripping assassin, the mosie mast be the smotbt t inn It i tndiaoaa victims, the gxrlaads most bt twisted of uigbtsbs Bodom, las wine must bs tbolomew'si Rol it h not t i ei mgain ary monster, that tin- land i^ t.. be married. IIiuikit from Infidelity. Anotbt in band of this nation I i tue midnight radians dt -i i the gravs rked, lint iniidt lity j w.irsf than that ? the robbing of all the j-ravea of Carie* ti lid. in of t It [in ; I "Asli. p In ?!? sus tute t. I lati?le'' J T i * h tttr from ' . inviti the i? .' tear it op into fragments sc : mall th It pi ? swear in the pn eidt nt i ? the Unit -t end t goven and the ?vil; m with their right band t l'ait." ...]tairi "Philosophy of Hist. ry. " It tbat makt - tbe diffea United Stati s and tbe kingdi boniey, be la Hiul Bornesian eau ty could destroy tbe I would in 200 years turn tbe civilise t.. s.-un! then it i arisui into savagery until tin n menai : of tie- sbipw? ckt d human i tioii that tbil [I in law and of I. been tfa I : American D?clarai .at Hoi; . ? they bad dying i - I t. ':'; rotten i- ? tbe ban I ? ? (iniit li . - ? ? ? ? ; lor sin b ? llirlxt UM Hie Ilrlilt-L- i iiii-ii. Bnt i : followii ? ? Bible ? man ? ? ed 11 often ; li n at il birth a t divin the Pinta, and tbe Nina, . what was they tii'l ? I ' After t: luntrj and the gnn of ? J had announci d it I ; that lend i ? d I ! three dt fr ( olui ? ill lie And ' ' tin. ut ai ? ? r than :. .il all - i l Ht tile ad side? Ib <)m mil? s. BhouasB i of ir m '1 il" hardly ever I mate for the l | all mil, ; try that ? ? it. s are bappl :. eartb It is tin- t .an that bai travel ? lympatfa fnr the indnstrious more opportunit oil. bt ? d was to our fathet and In.w good be bas be en to us ai our cbildrt n. To bim i le? sed i ?? I t name to bim of cross and ti umpb, to bim w bo at ill remembers t igm Dots and Hollai - and the pilgrim fathers, married 0 i.:i-ti.,n patriota, by your co bastea i : ' text I lie I in m I urn Un u Q neuf Ion. W bave i ' en turning an importai leaf in the mighty tome Of ..nr nation r at tbe gates i I th continent over500.000emigrants arri' ? ; I was told by tbe t ommit tbat tbe probability wi thai in tbitoae year600.000emigrant i iv .;t the differ*, nt Who wt re they '.' tbe pas pel No. At Kanaas City, was toi i by a geatlemaa, who bad i i r urge inc. itigatioa, tLit ? li bad gt t"- throng there, averaging in wt rldlj est;. Heer of t!.. ???? i. i had opportunity f<>r authen tic n.-. ti ?? Miat thousands an id gone, averaging $1,UU is t Id by t'u ? Dt!y arriv. d br ingb i With them. Mark you, fami ions to tie- li'i ti' nal v.-. nltb, not as Ibert lingtbei thankioj it m le Iping tben - . .i BcroSS the wave. i ii.i\.- Chii-t in the rai i at o'clock eve ry after est. Tbey an - - n of em i from the 8 i humanity ? assed on to tin i ?i ;-i i l'i ;?? lie y -.. - if y. i : -. r them churches at: I send to then ? Dtin it ? ? ? - - - you bave noi ? ? ? ? in tbii ' y< t th Qermank : i . .?nt ' t" tbe y stand at tin M, I ,n i real ? come, all ye i d indnstrioni ?i. '1 am id tbat tbey will bring tin :r ernmenta and ird Tiny sre that have op ? ta tin- t-r- at p ipe 1 of w.-l ind tl m all t itri?tiaii 'I i., y will add their in* - t ? :i.i licate nil land shall be mar marriage . artificial and ? wiii be, with vine ? I grainfields. m V. rk-s . Pacific coast .;?? altar oa 01 the \t m ?.. tbe marriage altar ?, at,.! tin re in twee n i i ' ?de ? f nation ? ;.- til- Si. rra s or i f tl ?? banit ?? i n tin' foil diapason of ti i f tbnnde is could not dreiwn the voice i t' him win. tbe hand of this bride "i 'As s ' groom re? to tby God At that msrri '.. rada sil ? slift ri ' n I .mal--, und and th. I merican manufacture, and from all the free ?' irth and I'r un all the tri - of heaven, "And so .?nil d. " E BETHEL FLAG. ROW "Bally" llii><- I -e.l It as an 1 rabiosa of IMrney. : iry Initia the l'a. I i in the i A 11 ' I' IL, which in. and the line the initials an- !. -nd th" fa-t t .lohn Williams h the I 1, ; iloii Mil ? bleb baa >-n !? r..1 ii" * I heathen I with the Am.!lean i? ard of foreign mrastosav the] flag i ? ? " always trnat? d bj ? %? n lbs wll ? :... bave learned t? i tUS blue Bag with the white piilm id initials The present .lohn Willi uns. the steam.r. is the third ves of the martyred ! in those waters. The tit st lehn Williams was h brig which ended a longeai-- r of Beafamsss f at Mitta, the -land of th \ftcr her crew had lauded all her cargo and ! was -,ml ? by ti. stipulation that the Ham- sie nid r,. | sired For a -n all the prop? : ? II - I baa b ? and well esrned l< I ? accompli ? t.. the reel her i nor.. ne saHi d b sJon sntboritii - a ing at tl, "Bnlly" Hi II.. clsimed il h sin., i I and tbii : U en the the lime and | against bii -. : be ban led I!is Bi i was to run up ' the northward. . ed m miliar v. ho wai i the Bi ; - way to !' ? the wind i; sadly out i - f- saion display? d .I.e. A l-'tiiil'M .- V\ I. h W. 11 Bri day. he ha i , :? the " ? ! loni - man I Bgbt v, ? gave ? the twi : ? treas - than ' ' ? ? I that b< ? bad i. ; given np a fol were 1 .? Journal "Tw- . I ' ? ? light bis pipe with flint I. ist I . Hayal itj trie light -; An A.M. ,i Bordeo. "Sol1 sa scornfully. "V. who would Iry ?? i au art i.'i "It w ?, burden t Was in -: ?stresse Canl ; "This naval. : ? itaurant t "1 : n ' ::i toman pan :. Star. ? MATRIMONIAL ENIGMA?. Queer Relatloaaklpa Reaaltii Some Recent i stl Th.-re are compli ? mile than in country. through Indiana, - afflict? d ? Juatii o W. W, 81 in marriage Rni 11 Ella 15. vars. and \V Ipliia Helm-. tic J m ?ht. r ol R William B busk ? bri le A qu - rally his motber-in ln-law is al-1 hi w. I? ? busk's i law. Mr^ 1' and si-t. ri: . . seqnently an aunt Dsbusk, being must n? case tliei? li its own of it- own father, a ritil eat another g. ie ration if easily ho deduced that the child wan never bora. Hut tin-, c l at one win? h basc?me t.. light at Dois dfliight. r : ;n?r mart . would appear thai in odd marriages, tori I ried his -t' p'ianghtt r. whose neither WBS an mint of ths pr?sent n ? etlClli la ' pencil i all parties off the uirth. Ovst tin i i., m ObM ?county, s man I ? I Ah A Greta lioll I ! . ol * I in ' I ? ? ? ? - : A ru?e of . ? I'll i II lilt I ? ' ' ? _ . aou Id n to let then t go Bee ord l',|,'i.?o i ?a lure?. Mr. Ingalls of K is no la th the ?ti. i :nt it in tb it nit..k ii.-n? an s.. notice ? . Into this office and pit ?: ltin ,,r s t?o. paper late ehr. - it in sour milk until the a pulp, win u he ft?? tl.-t it In t: Sgg prothit il ? gradually extending itn (ulnesa From I ? until within Ij Id* Imled i goats and bens.?Li.ib-m l'ati ? A NOVEL CIGAR HOLDER. (,-i pi a in Stall ?' s ?on- M.iil. rruiii a l.olislcr"? ?In... .; " of ;l . is being introduc? . [til incanny. Tb< iw of lbs h fl ? ? i ? ... iwa i -... r Win 11 it ! - ?it'll tho . 'in- of the Ir is, how r in on tii iisbes it r tip "ii it an nd, and it I ' was presented i . ? Mid . : ir. Ich charm .. the ptnin.?Ear Bishop Wn? a "Blooker." iisti r? r half boor in wal : ho :: the tank. I Ich ? h are sttra? I tbs world, , studied tfa stately ...... , and tin u be waik <d up t -up Right Bev. Luden "f in. - 1 illy, holding but bin arliel" wnrm 0 i.e.) - band. two non had I down in ad The ? among tbs boys was . Post. Rqoal to the 0 -eaaloo. "I v. ? - tu Hr. Alfred E R - t.. pre "My v. ur lui fresh air A iiill. It ? rn. " "But, ths fair patient, who : attribute of bat - li ulylast - . '. r "My dear lady. I. with - That this is March, ... On? Triplo Alliance. She wu?tet! to talk to bim, but hff showed no disposition to put aside hie pa pi r "What are you reading, John I" she .-th. "An article on the triple alliance. " triple alii.- peated. "Tho papers have had a food deal to ;t it. haven't tbeyl ?> r my part, I don't see why tln-y don d throw hiiu ..ut. " ue demanded "What are you talking about, any* "Why. that Utah conirreeeman with ?vives,'' she replied.?Chicago '_ Warned Off. "Yon ? -t thi?HUtnTner." ?aiil the doctor tli.mjfutriilly "In no ? in-es must you . to any summer re?ort "?Chicago Post Wrll. ?ihr Thnaskl of It. The i as of our soldiers in ??? war was busy packing a box contain him. and the servant was Having placed tbe last article in, the mother s? tbat is all. Nora. i n w nail It nniiii," said Nora, "bat how is In- t v, r goiu : pea Ba? le?is we put in an ax ! -Harpers Ba? lsar.