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Rheumatism. The Right Remedy Will Banish it Forever. If you would-forever be rid of the aches and pains, and some? times the tortures produeed by Rheumatism, you must tub' the ri?ht remedy. Those who con? tinue to suffer are relying upon rem?dies which do not reach their trouble.% The doctor's treatment always consists of potash and nit'reiiry, which only intensify the disease, causing the jointe to still? en and the bones to mm, besides seriously impairing the digestive organs. Rheumatism is a disordered state of the blood, and the only cure for it is a real blood remedy Swift's Specific (S, 8 S i ?oes down to the very bottom of all diseases of the blood, mid promptly cures cases that other remedias can not reach. Mr. E. K. 8. Clinkenbeard, a promi? nent attorney of lit. Sterling, Ky., writes: "Two yiarsago 1 was a great sufferer from Rheumatism. I had tried every remedy I could hear of except 8. S, S I had been to Hot Springs. \rk., where I remained for twelve weeks ander treatment, but 1 eiperieneed no perma? nent relief, and returned home, be? lieving that I would be a sufferer as long as I lived. At a time when my pains SJ were almost unbearable, 1 ANECDOTE OF "ULU HUTCH" He ??( ?llitl Do? it" n Mini V? lui 1 rird li> 1 ni|iir?tinnlt' Mini. "The recent tit ?it h of 'Old Hutch.' the cue time king of tbe Chicago 'change. " said a Boat n broken visiting in New Orleans, "tecalis very vividly to my miritl an odd little adventure of many years ag< , It wan after tbe collapse of the i ig Hntchin son corner which bad set tbe whole world gossiping. I was in Sew the time looking for a chanca to 'catch on," with iit very brilliant prt lading it and had dtopped in ?t a shabby little restaurant on nnper FUitfa avenue to cet ;t bite of dinner. The only wat t f >nnd nneiccnpied was opposite a large sunicth shaven, elderly man win i looked - northing like i We fell into conversation and l was soon babbling abont tbe inys of the marl "1 was yoang and ??ntbnsiastic and, fully satisfied that I km w it all, : hesitate t" lay down my view* in s somewhat dramatic manner. Mj companion list. d< .1 with n amnsed smile and prosentlj he flatly contradicted one of my pet |?r ipositious. At that we hail it hot and heavy fo? perbapaa quarter of an honr I stt od tti my guns at tir-t. but the priestly stranger proved too many for me. Hi rtifled by a most amazing array of figures iin.l statistics wl.. h ponred from his month in snch s '?es on bad me completely innndated 4 floundered helplessly for a few min ? I then I strn ki ? dinner and myself simnltane nsly rose to go, 'By tbe way.' he r? murk 1 care leaaly, as be reached f>.r his bat. 'my name is Butcbinson. bnt tbe boys some ?II uie "OM Hut; !i " I ('lii'.'iaT). ' chanced to rend your advertisement Htid whs impressed with it so much thut 1 decided to try 8. S. S. I took eleven bottles and whs entirely relieved of all pain and cured permanently. When I began to take s g, B. I whs unable to sit or stand with any ease, and could not sleep. Since taking the last dose I bava had no return of the Rheumatism, and 1 take neat pleas? ure In recommending S s. S to any one who has the misfortune to suffer With this disabling (liseuse," S.S.S. is th?- only core f?>r Rheu matiam, which is the m.>st stubborn of blood diaoasoa. It is n.it intended t?i give relief only luit by complete!} neutralising *?th? acid condition of the blood it forcea out every trace o? the diseuse and mis the system of it forever. It is Purely Vegetable and one thousand dollars reward is offered to any chemist who can ; prove that it contains a parti?le of meronry, potash, or any other minorai ingredient, S. S. S. is the only blood remedy guaranteed to be absolutely free from mineral mixtures. ^ Books sent free hy Swift Spe? cific Company, Atlanta, Ga. "The whole conntry bsd i en lately 1 1 was tu drop w i lb si that I bsd be, :i airing n cl half baked ..?'ini.'iis bef re snch an authority turned me heartsick, and 1 wing the bitter cud of chagrin when I beard somebody say. 'Hey tberel and. looking sronnd, saw a itraordinary sight behind me It wa- an ol'l man, thin and stooped, and his face jntted ont into a nose like tin , pr? .v i f ;,:i m med crnis? r. Th> re wa- a I thin wi-i .-f umst?che on his upper li;.. and his black ey? - glitt? r? 'Hey. tberel' be repeated. 'What did that oh ip say his name was! '( ci Hut< h.' I n plied ! rii fly and ?Why .1 . yon ask?' ' Canse I'm Old Hutch myself.' he r? t? it d, snd went on eating his .li;,: i hieaus Times-Democrat OUR POSTAGE STAMPS. ump Man Inapeeti Krerj One laaaed |,l Ill,- <.*?, ei-iit:i,-n I. You i stamp that was ' -re :iri a gn at man] every year. Notwithstanding the fact thai th" government now issni ally in t I ?ion ?tamps, rained I 000, . i; mail iii.'iiiau.s t.. in-; them, casting asi.]" tie have flaws of any d? Bi ription, ? gumming, printing . r pi rfi rating. Stamp expt ri- being scarce, I 1 man of t i .1. hn 1'. wiii, was employed hy Cleve? land, has be? n employed by tb? administration, being known aS a Unit . ed Stal? - tamp agent. !!? sides his duties a? an inspector, in which be has to Si ' li li. .Ct he twssa tbe government mid the hnreau of printing and engraving is exactly fulfill. ?1 in point of color, quality of pa ptr. etc.. be bes charge o? lbs stamps stored in the government vanlt and must see that then is a reserve suuV oient to meet ?ill amergeaeiea One bdllioB stamps were supplied the government from this reserve at lbs time the war revenues were put into effect and with a slight change Were made todoaervlce aa special tax stamps ;ttul help tli" country ont of ?i business blockade. Tbe discarded stamps, which area large percentage of those printed, are counted and burned in ihe prese ace of a committee of government officials, of which Mi. Green is one. and tbe de? struction formally certified to the gov? ernment The stamp businsss is Increasing yearly Tht re wt re on band ?it tbe last count 809,185.670 stamps of difieren I denominations tat distribution among the 76,000 poet? fices of tbe Dnited States Son.f tin- postoftiees order v.ry few stain]-, while from towns like Chicago there ?.le orders at times for aa many as 9,000,000 i cent and 12, 000,000 2 cent stamps in one order; value of tins, 1830.000. Nota bad thing for Uncle Sam, but necessitating over time work on the part of tbe agent, who has to examine every -tamp before it go s out, 1'' troit Free Presa I.tullo?'? Victory Over SUafler. General William Ludlow, who is achieving high lame as the first Ameri can governor ..f Havana, owes his pr?s man 1 tos personal victory be gain i ovi t ? It di ral Sbaftex In the first Jays of the Santiago campaign, i long ago attained a fine rec? ord as a topographical engineer, and v, as one of the first regular army officers to see 1; se rvice In Cuba With s scarce? ly dried commission of brigadier gi neral of volunteers la bis pocket bs hastened to Gen? ral shaftcr. Seeing that General Shaftcr already bad a competent engineer on his staff, General Ludlow applied for command of a brigad ? a tbe fighting line, and mentit oed tbe First brigade ol tbe Be o und divisi. n. General Shatter looked np in surprise and exclaimedt -T tbongbt you were an i ngine en I" ??s . l um," replied General Ludlow, "also ?m artilli riet, or cavalry or an in! i r, at the will evt ry train- 'I soldier. " ift? r began parleying, and ('.. in : 1 Ludlow, in tbe in:Liest manner ? ? .1. morning after moro ? .1 it. After tile Jer . Bl Caney be was promi t i major generaL?Philadelphia Saturday Evening Post Waatf-e lllle>'? AuliiKrnpb. T, l h lade Ipbia Record saya; "Tbe stre Dgtb t.f the fad for autographs was strikingly shown yesterday, whe ? ol clerks and cmttomers besieged James Wbitcomfa Bil? y while be was modi stly making some h ok purchai .it ? aiti.i- nt store "As -.il as ttn; Booaior ] sighted near the latest bookcounter tbe news quickly went tbe rounds of tbe clerks and within a half hour Mr. Hi ley had obligingly signed his name to ? . rtomers wbo were at tbe book stalls at tbe timeor wereattracted thither also took advantage of the op? portunity and m cared tbe signature of the p "t. "To ' ne of the eh rk- Mr Riley said ? he rt >?? Ives 200 it t teis a day aaking for his autograph and many n,..re ? requests while "n his tours When not in a humor for ? t. as a mental di version, occupies himself in signing tin- thousands of cards which he y? h ly receives " \t?'aJa> A1?A??A11??AAA A A A A.l A. <A^f 4 si < 4 4 4 ? ? ? A Broom FOR THE BLOOD ?3 as necessary as a broom for the house. For i<i the blood accumulate the germs of disease which, if not swept away, become manifest in boils, blotches, sores, ulcers, eruptions, eczema, tetter, and like diseases, that flay the flesh and scar the skin. AYER'S Sarsaparilla | MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP of all diseases that begin in the blood. What other medicines drive in, A ver*s Sarsaparilla drives out. Where other medicines make a surface show of health by cleansing the skin, Aver's Sarsaparilla lays the foun? dation of health by cleansing the blood. It is conceded that OF ALL DISEASES ? the larger portion have their origin in impure blood. Cleanse the blood * and vou cleanse the skin. Foul blood cannot make a fair body. Ihe )'?- shortest way to a sound body, a clear complexion, and a vigorous life, is L to purify the blood with Aver's Sarsaparilla. *.Mj ?-y .- ..j~. ~ . ,.- .-., ...~ ..... .. ......,.1|s ,.,, J..,, ?V. ?oiling. Not one hit of help in any ?j ? ?iiiii-t Sad [ rfieive befort, of a friend, I took Ay*r's Sarsaparilla. It made ni* a new m?n, and completely HARRY L. BROWN, n llammr M., afanchaster, V H. "lean truly say that Ayer's Sarsaparilla saved my life after doctoring for yean fat ?load poisoning. Not one hit of help in any ?ay, shape, or aisiiiier lid I rfieiv? before, by advice . tared me.' "Last year I was badly troubled with l*>il? which I could not get rid of, timil I procared Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Two I...tiles relieved me of in y tormentors, and they lisve never mad? their appearance since." It. II. JiRAIiI.LV, Danburgh,'Ga. 1 "Five year? ago my little boy became bl'nd from the effects of scrofula. Our do. tor failed to help him. We began the use of Ayer's garst carilla and two bottles cured aisa," L* C. C. GOPITT, Canes, Ky. f "After six yean' suffering from blood poisoning, I began taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and although I have used only three bottle? of tins great medicine, the sores have nearly all disappeared." A. A. MANNING, Houston, 11 x. I "1 was afflicted with catarrh for a numlier of years, none of the doctors being able to help me. When almojt hopeless of cure, a friend advised meto try Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and after using only three bottles, the cure was effected, and to-dav I am perfectly healthv." i.i'Ii MURPHY, 173 Mulberry St., Newark, N. )'. J,T''TTTTVrTTTTT"T'TT'TTy T Y T T V T \ Tlio Kind You Have Always Botlght, anil which has been iu use, for veer 30 reara, has borne th?' signature of -~0 -mu? ii;t> been ruado under his per LJZ ?. tO^^'/^ r S'Ulill SU pen isiiin since its ilil';il|. \. y-+uzs-/yt J-ectc^M Ai:,)Vi no one to deceive ron in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations an.l Substitutes are bul I'a Iicrinictits that trifle with and endanger the health of Inlauts and Children?Expcdci p?riment What is C !IA Castorhi is a sTtbatitnto for ? . rope and Bootblng Svrnps. It i-s UarmleMS add i'leu-unt. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is Its rouvrant? ?. li destroj ? Worms and allays Feverlhhncsft. Il cures Diarrboca and Wind C'olie. It relieves Teething Troubles eures Constipation ?nut Flatulency. It Melmilatcs iinv i"<n><!, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS In Use For Over ?50 Years. H?rite! tu Sis neun-.. Distressing Kidney ?11111 Bladder disease relieved in -ix hours by New Great Ninth American Kidney Cure.' It i-?t : r.at surprise on ae*eo tnt of it- i-xcet tl Ing ptomptneas in relieving pain in l-hideles, kldne* - and back, In male or female. Relieves retention t-f water sl ino-t Immediately. H \ ou wnni quit k relief and cure tiii- Is the remedy. >" d by B. Schmitt. Druggist WoodstoeiV V.l. OpeDiDg, Kaster_Mondav. -NEW MILLINERY <i()0D5. 1 h im- i,i-t received my m a <%.SPkl\(i MILLINER. OOODS.t e. n?istiug 0! Hats, Tiloimlnji -. &c, Mi-- Groll \\ill again lie with tie , season. J?r Soliciting a -liare o: (he pub .^. I am Resin ? Mar. J 1-1111... i; .1. KIN Everything Fresh, but the Owner. lie ?s pretty well '?1' m the business, and at l.is meat market (ill Smith .Main sir. it, lie can sii|i|i]y \1.11 a it h 11 ? Beef, riutton. Veal and Pork, in any form or quantity just to suit your taste. Ais., tl,, best Bacon and salt ?H Pudding, Sausage, and PonJIoss m tin ir season. Prices a.? low as can he made and lire. Pei -mis having stock for sale sliould see me before -chin.'. (i.1 country bacon wanted Let me siiow you wlial I can 'I" lor you in my line. CLAUDE la-II. Mll.KV. Wi wlstofk, \ a. ?.pi ?i Al-'KICANA will cure Rheumatism sneJ Scrofula to Stay Cured. \ l.'? :: L'-j EYES. I'. I ll Luvet ? U t lid til... |i, s t, by ana| plug jo ici i ri,it \t i time that yn mg lah |uta*e .-': Cbeekj Amate ui?l'ut nut ink log In i pic tore, "Oil, \i> 'i e I ?? . i I ? ; hi.- you il" "Pin c'o loe k- w mi'l Im ., , ; lie lena. ' N. V. Unk!*. CASTOniA. ?*.,/v ;.,i c .1 ? i un ? j-W-|i,U ji." M\ i i an' ?t'.t\ in' on ., it- .1 i. |i ' ? Cine i-., l;. . Dr. t.. M ,\ he nor It to joii nv if you h .'.. a el ?hi ?I " Mii - liediliug ~ -h ep. kt li ttrn-st? . >...?! by 1!. . Va. Pol ; Aunt S al I j m - mi sofully i dos iic.i-i toiiiglit. .It, . . - '.. ? 'i s. i'ti .t tiling. -n't lieeli aille 1.1 g I I e: !e.-'u'^s lin : a any lime to l?*j .? ludiauopo is- Jim h i'. w i t|i is .i aortiun l*k? ?i man's name ?lieut.li? gels muni if' II, \Y. ? loe* lake ever; ? il m _? i -o I " h - r.i ?SIOTICE. 'Ilie - len ?tu in nu liaii.i- f,.r . . in? no! nettled I" fore Jnlj 1st, will he p th.- hands of an t fil apili II. IORDEX. ? HEADQUARTERS ? KO It BEST HIND - MASE HARNESS BEST FACTORY HARNES ', ?ARNES? OF AIL CRADES. SADDLES, BRIDLES,TRUNKS, VALISES, ROBES, Whips, Co!tars, Sweat Collars., And everything in our line at the low? est prices. Cail to see us, before purchasing, J. A. DVNAfti &?JO ?BlacksrYvtryr\g. \Z Having pnrchis.il th? old and well knonrn blaeksmHh shoo birearo. Qeo 1?. Kravd's Fiirtui mi'i still.lishim nt on Main street, I am ready toac coiiiiiiodutc ?ill in iie.-d ol '\?'ik in my line. All kind of new work andre pairing ?lone on short notice and at lowest possible pri?es. Horse Shoeing ^ Specialty. The moat careful attention paid to this eiasi rf work? and Mtisfnction gmrsnteed in rvei i rase. My priora will be do%ve le the lowest living point. Hoping you will give mea chancel proaiiasto > 1 < * my best. I i uve niiiilf m bj vhkhloaaord rail kinds o and wagon repairs at short notice fresa ni' <?i Um ni C nui'rv, ami at the v. rv h.iv.-s' ).i JNO W. GILL Deo.St The Dates. Queen. D Wllhaluiina i : lands dislikes to be called "th ? lit queen " sic thinks (be i ?ira ? apon her kingdom, :ij she is B I in I. igbt The qnt i n . ; is only fi f. , t f| -' 'i int 111 it I: ? in : ? < ;. i many and (?n> en \'i< loria still smaller A ido from hi r ? ? ia n i. ' i h il a tl i C - iiA. A FRICANA will cure Constipation ano -k* wonderful Liver Medicine Try It INSULTED. '?I -le u'tl like to s ick hiiii " ?aid it rpilaiog joong physician a 'If lead leg cu izen p --sen by, ? 1' t ?1 )T a-ked I lie . Hid i a 'et. ' Win i I e bad M eglippe I le 1' im I a en 'ti i ke to I'mv ?- n ti \ ai Inn . it word- !? i h.'t ?ff e . ?? Nil he ieiii-i 't.'" \\ I IM- lllMII lIlHt. II S.I I' '?' m i.'.i i,..I mind, ?i- . ir u- he a as eollCel IK ll, ?Mil he iol'f'1 lu s, o a rising yontijj m in like roj ? cur tue ill-Will "t Ilia w ?liiiw." Iniiiuii.i|ifi'js J mrnal i't'llcr. ^aii-l\li?Miiii sind !.<? i- ma. The intense itching and -mar dent to these diseases, is instu laved I ? li.'iln'tella cases have boon permaue It, It i- equally eftlcR-iil for Itching ?to h mody for -oie . chapped hands, i III -. frosl i i.-lironic.v.-. ^."i its. per box. For sale bv R. L. Irwlu. "Who an- -he ciiii | berolue s in modern English Bciton?" "The uomeo ?ho read ibe fiel loo.r? I 'bJCagtl Kccolil. Dyspepsia Cure. Digests what you eat. It artificially d fff??tsthc food and aldf Nature I lon.tiii atid ux '!. ,ii ?L'est It in 11 artburn 8 ?? result.s of imperl Pr?oorci by E. C- Dc'.Vi'.t ? Co.. Ctj'caao L. 11? Irwin. JA MKs WICK 11 A.M. PracticalELECTRICIAN, VYOODSTO? K. Ya. i- prepared to furnish el. ctric.nl door mciators 8 ts, u -. A-.-, and to if|'.-iir electrical Mi? nai:;- of all kinds, ? )tVit? ? ?uni Labaraton. Comer oi -? i--.-;-.W.-o.i . Va. Prompt at te ntion ??n i i ii tier.- by telephone, will ? ition. SOUTHERN RAILWAY lime Table in effect Jany. 16. 189g. 7 06 :i ii 7 17 y :,i; EASTWARD. iNol? ; A.M. I'. M. I.v. Efarrisonburg 8 ?? Lint " Cowans " Broadway rimberville ?' Sea -> Quit ksburg ?? Ut. Jaekson '? Bdlnburg ?' Wooii-toek ?? Maurertown ?' Tom's Brook ?? Fisher? Hill , ?? Strasburg ?? klvt \r. Kumt Boyal M N'o.721 I? M. - SO I 1 - 23 5 11| 10 35 - l-J 5 ::; 8 .v.-, ? i; Pli Ills Mai ji--a Ai, iV'ii?li?niiton on l" 60 7 rr, P. M. 1.' ti" rVESTWABD n P. M hl l.v , Washington Mans lliivn.iirket i Rectoi to'A u Delap front Royal Rtverton Strasburg l'i-h,.,-- Hill Toni'- Brook w.Istook Btlinburg 1 .1.0 k-oli Oiilckxbnrg Ne? Markst Tlllllicmilt? Broadway Cowani Llnrille . Harvtsonburt, i 01 B 03 0 15 ; II S |K H ;t, !l OJ A. M. , DI 9 35 10 M il ?h il ?? A 11 "J i*. M. 13 ' 6 ou 1J 55 i oo 1 231 ii 3'l i un 1 '?i i Tra?as I and M datif and 71, Il iin.'i : pt Bunrlay, Mis?, n, ? -v i t ii main m ..: sllpoints South .uni Southwest, and at Washington loi all Ka?tprn?1tlp?, v ngtoa oi'l I' oi'l 14, Mil Informatlo o- to I,. S IllMW M.den'l Went. ?l | -. ill! ?. 1' II. II. 0 I Fini >).i;a\n<?\. i Mm I'. w.a.Tt i'K I ai.P.SUin. K. Trait!.- Man. li. P. A V>ashliurton.il C 1T7 SHENANDOAI COUNTY IlLBffl ill 1 xt. Home Office. Woodstock, Va. mmimmw?tammaw?mmmmmm^mmammmmmmmmmmammmmtmmmitm^maamm OI lit KltS: I?. .M-. vVM.AN, Pre.? mil (len'l MrMMfflf, j. W.BANTM 1KB, Vice !?-,-. M. ii. WTJUDBB, Beeratuy. M. COFFMAN. Treaanrer IMKIM lOrtS: K |), NEWMAN, L B. \V\ ?.KKI?. If. I!, u I'VDKir. ti. B. STICKLBT 1?. V O i I. aIIKIMV. il H HA UN, .1 W. SANTM IK K, J< ?81A H 8TIOK LIT, p. 8. PKNNYBACKBR, w A. I'KMK J B.F. BORDEN, JA- M. l'A INT F.F. A--. ;-, Det-einlier, 31st, l-.'l. . i, D...einher. ::i-- l-:i-'. A,?, ts. Deeember, SCth. MB . a-.-'-.i'i-t.r 31 BM. .i'!'7::t: A-s-tH.lece berSIIHM. I : I ?".?. A--,-, i ece ilier Sl?b, IHOfi.,. idvaneadoa tba to; t of the A-- . .1 mi r a c?ta'e seoorltT I -HSV '? p-?iti*>a ?teuer ins to provide fe>r tiiemneive? homes, "r?o pay of lodabtedaees ii aai oit'K p?y .? *e?'flad the Am ,e j t?t what thuv want. A'i.'u-- II B. t??ND? K. 8eety.Woodatoek, Va., tor mmsandInform*. Mar ?-:?* cur:;-. ,ih- ; >. i.'hjumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Old ?or . !. (?out, and All DieeShses caused by impure Blood .... TO 5TAY CURED. Africana Has Never Failed I n a v - ? _. . - - - . , offer it to th the i it? cures have failed. Africans ft ?tn her?s, is j ? barm i ful A'vi surest remedy ever dis? covered for the Y? in nanu 1 diseases Write for further particulars, I, etc. Africana Co., "i&nZot /?'or Mile by ';. SCHMITT. Dreg - ; ' - - ....?.-. Address TUK STKiaU Ith?tf. i'orSid^ hy B. S( HMI'I'I. Du ^;-t.\Voo.l-to?k, Vs. < r?0 YEARS* ;xperi?ncc ?..3 ?? ? Corvn 0HT3 Ac -1 rt may . ' I' $&XvX -il? < Oll' A? M Mil Oar new ine?t market at Hire's old stand i'i tbs -avstkkley & Boyer Block,<v in Coart Street, apposite Ir?ria*S Prog . i'i.eol tbS li'OSt soBspleis m tLe \'.i lay, Ws k.',-;. nil Mats :: and ?Till furnish aotblof bot IB* v.-r, it BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL. POPK, SAUSACE, PUDDINC PUUOING MJSH, &c. BvarytbinK ci-,n sud pnr?, uni me??? , .liad. Ws alwai- Veep (mm. py Trie hijj'iest Cusli price? paid fot : ojfa, r? :.l ? airas ?rd poaltrj I : y as before ? ' bs ie, ?? an lieteniiiiinl tn [li.'.-vsp asv only ,->?l< JT or 1" '_'i><- ii? i rbanoe, V.-m i( espsi - ' "i sny In ? W R. HITE. nov. 1'.'? WOODSTOCK MARBLE WORKS, WOODSTOCK, VA. monuments, Tombs and all Kinds of Cemetery Work. Lowest prices inthe Valley. Give me call. E. U. SrsYDER. BUST, ' f-1v. FISHriR ?& CO. I NDERTAKERS & ET1BALMERS, HaBaUSI ILLS' Va, Our I a."i snd we inn e nil modern Imprm - ..m .of-. W- i ur, h i . m.i c?rrj ? full llm ? ; -il II lull. A fUll -lock ol I lll'l w >? h i\,. a nnc hoarse ?n?l t? un ? li'iition to all :iu.-hi. Allsalb bj iihoni au?weml promptly. ;. w ? III '? ??' !??? undersold hi ? in ili.- valle) an., mir teiin> i connu."! . Apr. I? THB VALLE-Y m?1 tl kill .buialinn, WOODSTOCK, VA. ? ?ni' i .1. L. Wismvn. Pr?s, sad Gee? Manager. \V. S. PbBWI II, V, IVesi.h-iit. W. vT. I.?*T| Sect v. aad MbUbCTOM : .1. L Wis-i ta, Gao. R. Qkabv, \?\ W. I ??? ? S, L 9. iVaiki-i., I'. VS . M toai na?, A.l.ir.- W fv*.LOGAN, Seay.?l Ti Woodhtock, Va. COAL ! GOAL ! r In p : af.Hi B-aitT.CJ Srn?-*,.i-MB ce*t - March 12 189?. Leave KiverteM, \..i:!il>(ji;ndOSB 8.37a.as, 7.:.:ii n-. : ae ?? v?t ?it.t.m,d m. ', ' NOflEOL ROANOKE KENOVA CHILLICOTHE Co Lu' ' ' qROTT? i Naturalbrk r Mountain La z BR; KNOXVf. E CHATTANOf LOOKOUT MOUNT J BIRMINGK.'M frlEMP ; N ; , ORLE/ j COLUM?US, CHICAGO^!, AND THE NORTHWEST, ^<f). '? .". '/* IhNtiSUtf y Jtfttrvet . ?Jlmphlft.\!tMmfJtfr j WB BCVILL ' ?LUH\<MX piro**. ( .?s Au in ta*? - i *_COiunaiiiO . Roa ?. ??VWV-,\ ?<?M?tWlVt ?-.v> ?SITC U 8."?. ? (A P?MfMltT. ' Le:: - ic.A.SNOW&C -c w??mi?<?tow. r r i l S ... 0">"> P-.Tt.1T Ol OTR SEEDS. IISS C. H. LIl'PINCOTT, 3 19 and 323 6th Stree'. South. h Minneapolis r r. BBrT I.u.lie- who :i choice collection of sowei ?> ? in loweal i I write to fl S. (.ii .' ti ajearanieed. P. S. WRIOHT, Would be pieu-. .1 to till ?.nl.-i - e-|-|. Ill'-I - 11- ? eil .-,-. n.? to, .. ,, Call iilti'lltion. as ot yore, to ll healthy stock ?>! home grwn s flown - i,.| fruit, und Ornamental trees. ?to. MiDDUcroa v. Fn 'i. i ' ? Rail Road Ties Want J. I will I , - risonborg, Va. % URABI1 ?. Jan. 13flltf. WnotUtotl,'.'a.