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Hr-dut-aJay narota 20 1S7H
TOW? AID OOUNTY ATFAIBS.
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B. A 0. K. H. Time Talrk.?On
bud afterj>uuday Xov. 18th 1877 train?
Will arrive and leave Woodstock as
Freight train leaves A. M. 9.31
Passenger " " P. M. 1.41
Freight " " P. 11. 3.39
F.clght train leaves A. M IO.I??
I?i?B<;ager " arrives P. M. 1.35
** leaves P. M. 1.50
?tjtgtit " leaves P. If. 9.0>?
Freight trains leaving ut A. M. 9.21
P. M. 9.06 respectively run on
'?days, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thins
tUya aad Satunlays only. All other
traius daily except Sundays.
All regular trains have passenger cars
Sale ok Pekso.nal PkuI'Erty ?
Luther Xceb a?lmiu>trator ofV.&.l.
Neeb will sell a valuable lot of Peraoual
Properly ou Thursday April -Uli 1S7^.
See advertiswiueut in another column.
Do you want (iikai? GOODS*?
Head the advertisement of M. Coliman
who proposes to sell goods front this
date, at reduced prices. He keeps a
large stock aud guarantees every article
to be as represented. Lxauaiue hi"
stock aud ascertain Ins prices.
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A little son of Johu Bratt, of Mar?
tiusburg. W. Va., was leanieg over a
barrel tilled with rain water last Tues?
day, when he lost his balauce. fell in
headforemost, aud before lie was dis?
covered was drowued.
The Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad is i
t? be sold by public auction on the 26th ]
of this month. Receiver VTickham is;
the special coanmissmuer.
A mulatto man. name unknown, and
a white woman named Betty Henry,
from the vicinity of Front Koyal, wore
arrested in Winchester, just as tiny
were stnrtiug fur Pennsylvania to be
married. They vrere subsequently re?
leased and weut on their way rejoicing.
Improvement?*.?Mt. Jacksou is]
mauifestiog a go-a-ln.au spirit which i? :
quite creditable to her citizen?. A
gaod plank walk ha? ?been put down, and '??
the merchants agree to put street
lamps in front of their houses of busi?
Salmon.?A number of .salmon, we
are informed, have been caught near
Strasburg, in the North branch of the
Shenandoali. They are a fiue fish and .
attaiu a large size. NotwithstandingI
the prediction that the bass would de- ?
stroy the other kiuds of lish, tho yellow
luckers seem to be unusually abundant.
Xa 1874 a little boy was left by some
disrers iu charge of a family near Win?
chester. Va. There H now some excite-.
soeot among the credulous iu that sec- '
taa, who aver that so far as appearance ]
is concerned the boy has points in com- j
men with the description of the lost boy, |
Charley Ross. Mr. Ross has been com j
municsted with, but bas not replied.
Fish Law.?The bul allowing ihe
catching of tisli in the Slieuandoaii river
and its tributaries vvi'h the dip net,
which passed the House of Delegates
some time ago by a large majority, was '
defeated in the Senate by a vote of ayes
15, noas 18. Col. Spitler, the efficient
and popular Senator from Page and j
Shenandoali. worked ami voted lor the
bill, while Sjn.itois Ward. Pmil and
Koiuer, the other Senators from the
lower Valley, oppose 1 and defeated it.
? Warren Sentinel.
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New DatCO Stork.?J. S. Irwin &
Son. will ?u the 1st day of April open
a Dru?? Store iu Woodstock, opposite
the Court House , in the ?tore room now
occupied by Mr. P. Hellet. They will
carry a very large stock of Pure Drugs.
Medicines, Chemicals, Paints. Oils,
Die-Stuffs, Ac, Ac, which will be sold
as low as can be furnished by any similar
establishment in the Valley of Virginia.
Mill Bcrned.?The mill owned bv
D. J. Hyden, near the village of slier
ando in this county was destroyed by
fir? on Wednesday of last wek. It was
insured for $1.000 in the Lynchbur- In?
surance A Banking Company, and for
?TOO in the Last Augusta Mutual Insur?
ance Company, which covers about
half the loss. Messrs. A. llcComb,
W. E. Grass. J. I). Bahriey, D. M.
Heyden, Jas. McDaniel and other? lost
grain which was stored in the building.?
A Valvalle ?? Windfall."?It
will be remembered that a meteorolite
fell some time ago in tins county near
Mowry's Mill. Mr. M. A. Miller the tin?
der exchanged it with Prof. Ward, of
BochesterX. Y.. for some curiosities.
Last night Maj. Jed. Hotdhkiss in his
lecture quoted from the X. Y. "Evan
gelist" an editorial notice that Prof.
Ward has cut it into thin slices aud sold
it at 14 an ounce making the whole
bring about ?10,000. Several of these
laeteoroliies have fallen in the sanio
Lecture.?Prof. Benti.ii of 'the X? rr
Market Polytechnic Institute delivered
an interesting lecture apon Bible
Science, in this place, last Friday
Evening. His subject was illustrated
by several chemical experiments. His
Oztensive knowledge of chemistry ns
Well as that of the Holy Scriptures ?na?
ble him to present iu a most iinpre??ive
uunuer. nsanv of the truths of the bi?
Movino.?Many ?.four citizen?, in to?
tal disregard of the old custom which
made the firat day of April ''flitting"
??lay, have assorted llu-niselves andar?
?nowlixed for anothcrs year's icsideiic? .
Doe family moved before the time be?
causa they hada acw hmtsc, while an?
other family, for the same reason, will
move after the regular tune. Those who
retir? to the suburbs -\ il? soon be heard
ventilating the general cusscduess of
WoodstsKk sidewalks, that is provided
th? council do not go to work ou the im
Too Mich Married.?Rev. Wheeler,
colored, made his appearance in this
county, a few weeks ago, and having
met Miss Jane Squires, there suddenly
sprang u? a feeling of more than ordi?
nary interest for each oilier, iu the
bosoms of the parties uamed. He, on
very short acquaintance, proposed the
subject of matrimony, which to his in?
tended seemed rather sudden. But au
explanation to the ?fleet that he was on
his way to conference, and that the
ouly impediment In the way of his ap?
pointment as Presiding Elder was the
fact tkat he had no wife, overcame her
conscientious scruples and she, believ?
ing that by a special providential inter?
position, the Lord had seut lier a hus?
band, gave assent lo his proposal and
the necessary license Laving been pro?
cured, they were united in the holy
baud? of matrimony. A few days after?
wards a warrant charging him with
obtaining mouey under false ?pretenses
was placed in ihe bauds of Mr. Hos
lii.ur. our efficient deputy sheritf. He
found his man at Strasburg Junction
and immediately Informed him of his
business and propped to arrest him.
when the sable clergyman drew his pis?
tol and attempted to escape. Mr. II.
was. however, too quick tor him. He
grabbed his pistol and a colored man
who was near ran to the assistance of
.Mr. II. and the gentleman of big pre?
tensions was soon in custody. Ws are
sony that we could not learn the name
of the coleled man who so gallantly
rendered assistance, with the remar?
"I knew you had been doing something
wrong ir Mr. Hoshour would not have
been afte' yen." After the arrest, it ;
was learned that he had a wife at or near j
Charlestowu, and he is now confined i
in our county jail awaiting trial on the \
charge of bigamy.
Strasburg, Va. March, 19th '78.1
Dear Herald :
We are glad to conmiuni? j
cate to you the intelligence that the
alctliodists in our town are not all ?lead!
yet, 'nit like the snakes and frogs that
have been lying donnant all winter at
the Ont approach ol spring com? out
ami shake themselves. -.Veil, in other
words, they have commenced work on
their church again and we think from
the cuergy displayed it will uot bt iiuinyj
Weeks before the chiuchis completed.
Too much can not '??said of Mr. .John
Crider who has contributed so largely
iu labor, from the digging out ir.o dirt
for the foundation to the present time.
He lia? ever had his shoulder to the
wheel. May God bless their efforts.
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Music Teacheb.?Miu Virginia
Cartier, who has just completed her
engagements as music teacher is desir?
ous of securing a situation in some
family if possible. She gives instruc?
tions on '.he piano, organ, guitar and
several other iustunients. She is a
graduate of the school for the blind in
the D. D. & B. I. at Slauuton, aud by
her own efforts supports herself and an
invalid mother and sister, Miss Carder
is one of the most agreeable companion
in the family circle and is eminently
qualified ta give abundant satisfaction
ti- a teaener of music. Any one giviug
her a situation will get value received
besides aiding a deserving aud unfortun?
ate blind girl iu her laudable efforts- at
supporting her-elf and afflicted mother.
Address nei at Newlown. Va. until
July 1st. after which time her post ?fflce
will be at Luray. Va.
Bacuelor's Club.?-At a special
meeting ..?'tin- Bachelor's Club at their
room? X"?. 16 and 17 on La?! Main
-t-.-, i :. Saturday, March lCth 1878.
John C. Ott in the cha r an I Chas. W.
On motion the following names were
presented in writing for iin-tnber-h p
ami unanimously accepted. Doctors E.
H. Travel. II. M. Lo-an and David ( .
Lichlitcr, W. 11. Newman, X. 1'..
Schmitt, E. F. 15;rd. C. E. Newman an.!
I A. G. Wynkoop, After the. muai
.business was approved of, a motion
was offered to drop the name ol our
! brother Daniel Lichlitei from the ?Toll,
(winch cast a gloom over the entire
Iassembly, when the sad effect of this
| intelligence bad been announced and
the members iu the midst of death like
silence had time to collect their
thoughts. Many rose and delivered beau?
tiful, bu: ?ad eulogies en our departed
On motion tin usual badge was order?
ed to be worn ninety day-. On motion
the house adjourned.
JXO. C. On. Chairman.
Chas. VT. Fbavel, Seen tary.
Our young friend Mr. L. M. His. v.
of Edinburg is unfortunate of late, hav
; ing met with another accident of a more
i Berious character even than that which
[ befel him several weeks ago ami from
the effects of which he had uot wholly
recovered. While chopping with a
i hatchet a day or two ago the [nstro
?nient glanced and striking hi.? thumb
| inflicted a severe wound almost seyer
Iing it from the hand. What evil d-id
Ibas L-m been doing thai he should
j be made to sutler in this way i
Bii!i.i.\(.i?>N Havvkkvi:? We wel
: come to our exchange list, this sprlght?
[ly and humorous paper. A man that
can read the Burlington Hawkeyt
regularly, without getting He' r?puta?
tion of being good humored aud SWecl
?tempered, can not expect to be benefit?
t.d by the treatment of tin- m< i
?penenced physicians. His ;ase
beyond the reach of ordinary modi
Pnblisbed at Burlington, Iowa.
Local Aiamctisim..?M.inv of our
boaineaa men see Uta advantage ol
local advertising. These advertisements
are inserted at ten cent? per line, in?
stead of double advertising rates.
Where parties contract for 100 lines we
Baake a liberal ?hduclion upon these
rates. These local adv< iti?rmrtit- will
not interfere with ?or regular local de?
partment, as in no ease, will an adver?
tising local be permitted fo exclude
items of local Interest,
Yesterday I bad such a bad cold that
I could not speak. I u??d Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup, and to-day I am as will
as ever. It onlv cost me 25 cost?.
A correspondent of the Wincbi
Sues thus speaks of our netghbi
town of Strasburg :
"Extending our trip a little lui
on Monday, ?ve passed t:
town af 9a\rMbarg, ottos, tamous
the manufacture of pots, crock.-ry.
but nosv alarmingly dull. We
noticed one man aud two
we passed tarosjgb the town an
profound silence, which was brt
atiutervals by the sonorous n
of a rooster and melancholy 1
o? a dog. Ho where within her ban
could be heard the sound of
hatchet or hammer.
The sadness thus occasioned, h
ever, saou banished from usas sse
traced our steps down the Vallay, vi
ing the fertile soil ol the mans plo
liebls, whilst tlie bcflutliul green /i
of wheat stretching out in c\
lion assured us that there ?s 'life in
old laud set.'"
The same correspondent found m
to say in praise of the business act'.'
ui' Middletown, He was < \
man who lives below and can not
much to praise in ans Othi .
Had be taken the time to look urou
while in Strasburg, lie could have fo
as many blacksmith shops as in Midi
town, be could have seen a store in
?s hieb e.ui not be surpassed even
Winchester, and could have ascertai
that the business ol Stra-burg m
manufacture of ero,!,- Ac. has not b
?uspcuded, he could have noticed
Kast two new churches and others t
have been recently repaired, Ii*- en
base seen a large new : rick sell
building, with a flourishing gra
school that would be a credit to ;
town in the Valley, he could have hi
ii- ?\ m ?id ne -. new business hou?
niccly gradi . Icwulkt
new and elegant depot, c ;.\ i nil :
located, in fact, had he hi en dispn
to give the ix'Oplc ol Strasbui..?
?vliat they reallv deserve, ho would bi
found um. ?i to write about, and ?vo
hase li'lVell llll'.cll ||
i If eouix ;
and no !', riile lauds in the in <
ofStrn?l u_' thai could I
tin- ?ad feeling? thai wire,
ti? i. suit of hi croisii _
which separate Shi i un i r
ei'.'k. Should the ?tcrih lield>
Shi nandoah thai haw n
? n appearance, lliat is so in?
- bis sle| ?. grain.
will be, at least, a consolatiou to ku
thii our friends in a neighboring com
will have an abundant c for ll
and to spare.
Tin: ClIAXOE in i hi: Tax BlLl
The House Committee on Finn:
Friday reported a bill amending certi
sections of the revenue laws. Some
the changes arc as follows; Rcceivi
In suits are required to retain the t
out of the funds in their hand
come p? i-i nail) i> *; ?
same. Section 8 is so amended as
construe that the lilt y per centum ii
posed upon i in lit s for
notes, bonds, ?'s..'., is upon the i
Which should have been
same, and not upon tin
: bi nd. The income I
creas? d from i ne to two p? r ci ut. i
ma prohil itiug counti
and towns from taxing eamplc-m
chiiiits is sticken out. 'I ii
plncing \< i.i.o.s ol lightn
same footing a? peddlur? is stricken ui
aud they are taxed iwtuty-tive dol!?
; ?on the footing of ug< nt? : :
of manuiactured artii 1- - ?
Fortune tellers and gypsies are lax
l,ils dollars. The tax is taki li i II
boanling-si h ml? and
t xeli.sist-Is o r
stutlt ?its or i
public free schools.
Tiii:Nkw Criminal Laws. '.:
b.ll re. isiag the itiniiuiil las\ ? i* a In
and goes into ? ?;. ct July 1st. In pi i
larc? n.? -!ri) es are su! Btisluti il
prisonmetit.though in '.!.'? i ase of fi mal?
the court niii.v ordi i tin latter. Fiin
imposed by a court shall not be Ii
than 15, and those imposed by a juntii
I not less than $2.50. A pmonei lailii
| to pa.\ a fine iiniv hire liiaisi If out I?
not exceeding C months for tucne) ;
pay it. Jail tees per day aie 40 ecu
each when under three prisoners, :
cents under ten and 25 cents forallovi
i ii. (.rand juries only twice a yet
unless special. The possession i
bugler's tools is prim* i lene
of burglarious intent. Paying a po
lax to "da vote make- both giver ail
receiver punishable. Constables, pc
lice ?Ve.. are to e;et their lets in crimina
- from the party against whorj
judgement ii rendered, though thejudg
I of tlie corporation may allow the con
Ii s and polie: men 9200 per annun
in lieu of fees of all kinds for scrvta]
criminal proci --.
Wholesale Dis? n iboe of Rail?
road Employes.?An order was issu
?i ??atiirday morning by Win. M. < le
menta. Master of Trau-pollution of t!,t
Baltimore and ObioBailroad, directinj
the discharge of all the ticket collector!
and ileepin. car conductors In the em
1 ply of the Company. They numb? i
over one bundled, most of them i
aible, inteligent and well-behaved men,
who bave families. Then are fift?cu in
Baltimore alone. The order goes inti
lb instant. There wen
also dicbarged on lb? same day three
hundred of the best n.- in the
employ ofthe Company. In general
they were old hands, who were rt
ing the highest wages on bccouuI ol
their long service and skill. They were
discharged, from the boiler shops, the
machine shops and the i ar]
other shops at Riverside and
(Ian-. About four-fifths of them an
mi n who have fun: i
charge? are to be made sloi ? ll
of the road. It is also announced that n
gt inral redii. 'ion of fifteen pi i . i i.
?sill be made after the 15th Ifislaiil ? n
the wages ol all mechanics and lal
in llie ( oiu] :ih*\ en p
spring outlook for railron I m
"Caner's Horse Powdora'' si 11
than any oilnr?o-.;'v gOc a ;
Iden Seeds only ne. Jusl read hi
! p?tate notii e. IT dont k.-ep hay bal ?? ? t
quality of good?, It.
?Soi ? of flic -
b il by iJov. Uolliday d the
closing of many schools in this county.
The tru-tei? had made the nee
arrangements to continue all the
when they ascertained that in th?
opinion of thi Governor, the tax which
t iey ]-:i'. loi . ? ..i' the public
schools, can :- htfully applied in
another direction, they Icarcd that the
school funds would not nt to
liool-tax cheerfully, but very
land the fine ?pun
by whi.-lt tl
?.'. M. >'. A. (?i
- I ol
,and a cum?
The m -.- ol
hi i with : indrcd
vokiii, tin Lil rarj and n
number ol curr? u in be
bers ' . .. ? i r
year. The pnymi n ami giv? s
the pi ,
I pen, with
. lo all vim i!.-.:, ;o i
Important to I'ai-m. :
away i v? ry ;>.-:n- for pliuspl
I-J?J ? Sf.il
; ?.ed.il .11.
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Berl . W. C. I
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i;M. H.WohV.M. A. 1
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Buckingham ' t.?1
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j in htj ' :
: lia a bol
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j Jr. Ellzi y, is wi
[ and al
; tO L. II.
Hi.!, i than h mil. Call
him, mid sn
to Dr. <
town on ?(
t Dr. Bull's Babj Syrup tin '
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im i.ie M -
| iii.iilu-, ?, fii;s. I e .s? r. e ia-i?t nt .mher ol
A GsxTLi II int. ?In our style of cli?
mate, vita its ?nddeo I tem
perstare, rain. v.ii.il and sonshineotteii
intermingle in a ?ingle day, ? it is no
: r lb.it ou. ? and
rclativi -i y taken from
?s by n tii
de nh - ctly from
Syrup ' imme
. ill prevent
* 1st ll, ?Hid p! .
death by tbe n?e ol three or four il >?
I ainption, Hem?
Croup ; the Tin
Luti.- j wonderful
will 'ell you. ? lerui u
b Ules fur trial, I
For sale by Dr. i I & B.
? Ii r ili .1 :.;] may t< si tin great vil
ol Dr Sw i; lie's Cotnpi und ?'? vi up nl
?Vil 1 HI ei ? . -.. ii i- t- issued trial bot.
family sh mid In
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in ? -iiiji 25 c -in bottle svi
- Ill' ? IC 111 e >Ul?ll 1.1 I i i, ;; d
ni much ?u? I risk li
i- h.plaint. and ?
the blood, _-isi ir lone snd
tiro syst! m.
? o : her
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.. and -ii.ill try t<? keep ail
? in raj Inn-, ihui ?ire nee led by mv
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h. s 'HUIT r, Bra
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til .. r:.N?-. \> \ u i :
Boots and Shoes
hats, caps, *?.,
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II. LOGAN A CO.,
O EST Q?aL?TI BLEACH ED
lj>. .ii iv. I l?efo ?
THE "CASH ??STEM"
Bcdnction in prko ol ail il Utosuittla/ Il tlU? 1 IHF.S ' Th?
U uo il.imb?: mK Ir fo the I I y on?? ptir>'li?asliig go wi't
OUF*. STOCK AMD PRICES.
We ol?-i no Tiii-.iis eck, that i
tin- vvant? ot tin- | es a: or I
CO-t a- il It III' '-: ledileltoil'lH . ? erV'tbitlX
STOCK LARGE AND COMPLETE.
I S'esv g 'o.!? i ItOilll? ?'?1 Pri?'?*
| will begin WEDNi ?!'?? Morning MAJt* II ??>? i-irry ibe
, largest Stock ol
Ready Made Clothing in Woodstock.
rhankihg mi I id the pub ? ? Im eil l Mn
?nuanee of lite - e. ? [n ?1,.. |i
1-XTABLlftAI ?> is;,,,. tiiSTIN Till: WO KM) !l>
(XOUGH & iVARREN ORGANS
._~*??-^^ -?. IS.
CaX-TIV AarJQ l??ix* WO .IsD,
While the eompctitots'of the Cloloii tt Warrkx have heen seen iltetl with
roiliieing Saioothne-s V. enes? ol lone. Ac., Ii remaliied forths Ci.oioii &
w.siiiii.v alone to receive the Crowning Hou.>r ol prodiieiug. In i pre-em
se the exact won-sol ibe Judges'report.) Voi.i'MF. with i*ci
lone, having ihe character of the Diapason In the ordinan (l*l|
in bespeaking th? Highest Possible Mu-ieal Qnalille? ; ?ho ilealderatum
?u'ily Aspired to but not att .ined, t?y oilier m iiiufactiirers. And. totbU the
i inainin^ distinctive clause ot the Judges' repon a? bit1? ol Award, to alt!
"because of certain mechanical arrangement? which uicllrtntc the working ot 'hu
Instruments, toaethe: with ne-.tnc** of design and ?ruaineut. combined wlih
-itiiplleiiy ot coiistrueilon,' and you hive the dcsciiptlou ol an Instrutaeut,
leservcdlv leading the first rank, in critical judgm I World,
i.iiii.iiv \V si.i!K\ Oin.AN i'o.. he ihi. tnio.i ,?-:?.. ol Ncri Itncr'? Paient
Qualify lugTiibe? l'or ? hielt ?te have Ihe om lii-.i*e control
for lite Fi.itea .State?? are enabled to impari to ?i i.e. I, m addition to :.U
inllunry desirablequallueethe parnmoun! ehiractei .lie. pronounced by the
?Voiid > best judges, a- that of the Diapason ?i . ?- confirm?
in- our preexist ing claim to Equahiti ro I'ipk Our, ass of some e ipaeity.
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