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Wednrodaj May 15? 1878.
The f eaferene?.
Washington, May 13.?A confer?
ence ot members of the democratic con?
gressional committee, with several
prominent members of the House, in?
cluding Speaker Randall, was held this
morning, and the form of the resolution
of investigation into the Flarida and
and Louisiana frauds was finally deter?
mined upon. It was agreed, with the
concurrence of Mr Potter, that the reso?
lution should be offered to-day, and by
THE SCENE IN THE HOUSE.
When the House met to-day there
was a larger attendance than usual in
the galleries, although they were not at
all crowded. There was an idea amon?;
spectators and among members that
the long talked of resolution might be
introduced, but there had been bo mue i
disappointment about it day after day
that no great interest was manifested
an the subject. After the call of the
States for bills and resolutions had con?
cluded, Mr. Potter rose with the reso?
lution in his hand aud sent it to tb e
clerk's desk to be read. From ) ]r.
P??ttt?r's manner it was assumed that
the long talked o? resolution was. t<> It
O.Tered at last, and this ir.ferent-e
was found to be correct as soon as the
clerk liad read a few words. The rvad
iagof the ?.solution was listened to
with great attention by both ?ides ot
the House and by those in the ???alleries.
As soon as the reading was concluded
Mr. Hale, of Maine, rose to a question
Of order, ard made the point that the
reaolutiou was not a pcivH-vged one.
He was followed by fceueral Garfield
on the same side, and the rear was
brought uji by the ?rrepres? ible Conger,
of Michigan. Mr. Mills, of Texas,
agreed with the r?-publicans that the
resolution did not involve a question ol
privilege, and his remarks to that effect
elicited a loud clapping of hands from
the republican side. The discussion on
the point of order was not?t all ani?
mated, and there was very little ap?
pearance of excitement on either side
of the House.
THF SPEAKER'S DECISION.
When Speaker Randall overruled the
point and decided that the resolution
involved a question of the highest privi?
lege, there was a significant exchange
of smiles on the republican side, and a
wise shaking of heads as it was whis?
pered around that he was reading his
decision from aiannscript, prepared, of
course, before the point of order was
raised. When the Speaker had finished
the reading of his decision there was
loud applause on the democratic side
and in the galleries. From the decis?
ion of the Chair an appeal was taken by
Mr. Conger, which Mr. Potter instant?
ly moved to lay on the table. This mo?
tion was carried by a vote of 128 to 108,
Gen. Ben. Butler and Mr. Fort, of Illi?
nois, voting with the democrats in the :
affirmative, and Mr. Buckner, of Mis?
souri, and Mr. Mills, of Texas, with the
republicans in the negative, Mr. Con?
ger then raised several other points of
order, all of which were successively
overruled by the- Speaker. Gen. Gar
field made the point that it required a
two-thirds vote to authorise a commit?
tee to sit during the recess, and procee?
ded seriously to argue the point, al?
though he was reminded of the fact that
there were any quantity of precedents
where the House, by a majority vote,
had authorized committees to sit during
REMARKS 1IY W'M. E. CHANDLER.
Mr. William E. Chandler, who sat in
the reporters' gallery, an Interested
spectator of the proceedings, remarked
that the repeblicans were acting in an
absurd manner by making such weak
??oints, on which they could not possi?
bly sustaiu themselves. It was soon
appaitiit. ho vit ver, that the republicans
were not sincere in their action, but
were only bent ou interposing all pos?
sible obstacles to the final consideration
of the resolution.
MB. HALE'S LITTLE AMRNPMENT.
After they ha?**- reached the point
where it was not possible to raise any
further parliamentary objections to the
resolution. .Mr. Hale, acting for the re?
publicans, rose with the resolution ot
which mention was made las*, night iu
relation '.o Oregon. Mississippi and
other States, and desired to submit it as
an amendment. The repulicms thee,
resorted to filibustering, and declining
to vole, the House was left without a
qui.runi. A call of the House was or?
dered, but bet?re the roll-call was com?
pletad it was announced that a quorum
was | res? ut, aud proceedings under the
call were dispensed with. It was ap?
parent, however, that the republicans
would repeat their tactics aud re use to
t ? vote on the demand for the previous
question and as there were not enough
democrats present ta constitute a quo?
rum a motion to adjourn was made and
Death or Professur Joseph
HnsRY.?Professor Joseph Henry, of
the Smithsonian Institution, at Wash?
ington, D. C, died in that city last
Monday, in the 81st year of bis age.
He was one of the most distinguished of
tha scientific men which our country
haa produced, and of him it is truly aaid
that he not only held the highest order i
of rank in the scientific world, but in
private life he iras known as one of the
purest, kindest and noblest of men.
His discoveries led to the invention cf
the Morse telegraph and were the pre?
cursors of all the improvements thnt
have culminated now in the telephone
Several colored people, in Richmond,
have been made insane by the religious
zc itement now prevailing amoit?-* that
$?r\a\u of the population ol'tb*t city.
Bev. Dr. Lovick Pierce, father of
Bishop Fierce, now in his ninety-fifth
year, is one ol the delegates to the
General Conference of the ?. E. Chuich
South, now in session in Atlanta, (?a.,
and takes uu active part in the pro?
An JEnglish governess, of superior
accomplishments, 19 able to command
(10 per month.
The principal gifts ?eceived by Mrs.
J. Donald Cameron were groom's
present of a necklace and bracelet? of
diamonds worth $5,000, a gold horse
shoe,set of diamonds from a near friend,
diamond earrings and breastpiu from
Gen. Shermau and wife, a check for
(5,000 from Secretary Sherman, and
innumerable articles of gold and silver
to the amount of nut far from $100,000.
Ths democratic members of lbs Obit?
House hare agreed to support the ?",'??
to redistrict the State for coegres?'l0na'
purposes. This bill will give tb'^ demo?
crats fourteen and the repul>'.-ca.-.9 8?x
A powerful bar magnf Y m connec?
tion with a Grove br.ttery, has been
successfully used in London in cxtrad
inga chip of steel from t??e e}t! 0f ?
mechanic. Wli- D the magnet was foui
inches from thecve% the c|,ip 0f steel
spraug fror,, ti,e ien, w'iere it had
lodged to the inuer service of the cornea
whence ?t was removed without much
?li?mes L. Smith, whese trial beton
'\ie Circuit Court of Southampton occu?
pied several days, was convicted,
Wednesday, and sentenced to eighteen
years in the Penitentiary. He was
tried for murtlerinii m. H. Fuller, al
a tOlkey blind, last December.
There are only two bar-rooms in
Dr. Charles Brown, the oldest man
in the county, was in town on Monday,
court day. This venerable vesteran on
Friday last. May 3d, completed hi* %
and entered upon tlie 97th year of his
age_Mr. Toombs, at Ivy Depot, has
straw berries which measure fsur inches
in cir ?umfereiice.?Charlottesrillc J'ffer
Our County Treasurer. R. G. Ecklof?,
Esq.. has iu his possession a mahogany
ta'de maile in England and brought to
this country oy General Bradtlock. All
the Presidents of the United States from
W ashiugton up to Buchanan have eaten
over it.?Gerdontville Gazette.
?Master Harry Antrim caught thirteen
young wild ducks this morning out of
South river. He toon ttiem home, and
in a few hours the mother of the youn?;
ones made her appearance in the vard.
Harry is anxious to capture the old one.
? iT?t?7i_j6c?r(*>' Tribune, (Mh.
The apple crop in this section promi?
ses to be an abondant one this year.?
There will be a medium crop of cher?
ries and other small fruits, but peaches
will be a failure.? Waynsbore'1 Tribune.
Yesterday evening.as Win.E.Howies.
a lad 14 years of age, was cutting bun?
dles of paper in the Buffalo Evening Ex?
press office, he was called by some one
in another room, turning around sud?
denly, the knife in his hand was plung?
ed into the heart of George Obust. a
printer, who was standing behind him
unseen by Bowles. Obust lived about
C S. Bell, charged with various mur?
ders in Texas, and who was arrested 111
Washington several days since on n re?
quisition from the Governor of Texas,
was yesterday discharged by Judge
Carter, of the District of Columbia, on
the ground that the indictment was fa
tally defective, in ?hat it did not give
his full Christian name. This is the
second time he has been arrested and
discharged in the District of Columbia,
the first time by Judge Humphreys.
The St. Albans (Vt.) Advertiser
'?learns from n reliable source that the
Fenian Brotherhood of that section are
getting into working ordsr iu view of
possibility of war between England and
The wheat iu the lewer part of Har
ford county is so rank that many far?
mers are cutting and feeding it to their
Frank Gruuard, Geu. Crook's chief
scoul and guide, with a detail of eleven
men from the fifth cavalry, arrived
they state that they gained iti
formation from strangling bands of
of friendly Indians to the effect that a
portion of-Mttimr Bull's band has cross?
ed over the line into the United States,
and thought it very likely that the In?
dians would be very troublesome during
the coming summer in the vicinity ol
the Upper Missouri rivr.
The Ohio House has passed the bill
n-districtin^ tin State for congressional
purposes. In the Senate a motion to
reject the redistricting scheme was de?
feated by 19 to 13.
Six men were publicity whipped in the
jail yard at New Castle. Del., Saturday,
receiving twenty lashes each.
Tramps obstructed the Erie traik
near Port Jervis. X. Y., Saturaday, for
the purpose of wrecking a train. The
engine of a freight train was thrown
down the embankment by the obstuc
tion. and the engineer badly injured.
Lychburg, Va., has nearly one hun?
dred tobacco factories, giying not less
1 than five thousand persons employment.
It is stated that under the new seht d
ule of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad,
shortly to go into effect, the locomo?
tive? that are now stopping at Martins
burg will run through from Baltimore to
Cumberland, and vice versa.
A bill before the Kcati.cky Legisla?
ture provides that a maa convicted of
having (?eaten his wife shall be sentenc?
ed to work upon the streets or high?
ways not less than live nor mere than
sixty days, and that the usual wages
?-aid for such work shall be paid to the
The Washington Alar says it has bee?
determined to make a change in the
oi?ice of pension agent in that city. Geo.
Witchcr. of West Va., will very likely
be Mr. Cex's successor.?Gen. Witcher
served iu the southern army during the
The Allen line steamship Sardinian
took fire from aa explosion of gas yes?
terday at the entrance of Londondcrr y
harbor. She had over four hundred pas?
sengers, most of whom were trans fer
red. Forty persons were injured and
three killed. Some steerage p? ssen
gers and part of the crew were c.it oil'
from help, A majority of the 'Servian
revolutionary cabinet nud twci.ity-two
other conspirators are condemned to be
shet. At the instance of foreign di?
plomats, however, Prince Milan de?
clines to sign the death. Rioting in the
Blackburn, Enj/?and, strike district yes?
terday was quelled by armed police.?
Pope Leo is ill. The negotiations be?
tween ?',)? Vatican and Russia have fail?
ed? Gen. Grant will visit the Pans
?"?????\ibiliou to-day. Pilgrimage won the
'one thousand guineas race at Maw
Markat, England, yesterday. More
failures in England are anticipated. Tin
Cuban insurgent Maceo has surrcndei
ed. Todleben will make Adrianoplc
his base of operations in cast: of war
Kkw York, May 10.?Captain Sun
etschkin, of the Russian navy, iu an in?
terview said thai the Cimbria was now
under his ?nlers antl he has his agi ?it*
in uiflerent parts of the country. This
vessel has a good store and transport
ship, but unfitted for any other service.
He intended to purchase fast sailing
vessels and supplies ; no lettcrs-of.
marque would be issued by the Russian
government for any privateers, and no
privateering would be carried on under
the Russian flag. In making the pur?
chases in time of peace neither an* trea?
ties nor the laws of the country wen
A Ru?sian squadron would ruiot? leave
i.-ie Baltic for tl?ese waten?, and th?- mu?
mmt war was declared between ItUMSiM
and England tlwy mooli go away and
not trouble this country. The Russian
vessels would be cruisers under the
strictest naval discipline, and the Brit?
ish prizes that fell into their hands
would revert to the Russian Govern*
ment, with the u*ua! prize money to the
otlicei's and sailors.
A Rtissiau squadron had airead*/ been
stationed In the Pacitk to watch the
British there. The captain was asked
what he could tell about the reports of
raisn g Irishmen in this county fur the
l.ussian army and of aid to Russia b\
the Irish. He replied mat no attempt
had bceu make to draft any Irish in this
country aad did not behave that there
was any truth in these reports.
A Cuban named Ag?ero, with eleven
followers, recently landed on the south?
ern cost of the central department ol
Cuba iu a lighter from Jamai*a, in the
belief that the insurrection had broken
out again. Finding that tranquilily
prevailed, aud that everybody was op?
posed to a distui bance of the peace, be
surrendered, indiquant at being deceiv?
ed. He offered to guide the govern?
ment officials to the place where the
lighter landed him, the vessel contain?
ing anna, clothing and about tvrent'
boxes of ammunition. The general
commanding the central department as?
sured Ag?ero and his companions of a
Benjamin Huntir was arraigned in
Camdeu, IS. J., yesterday for the mur?
der of Johu M. Armstrong. He jrew
very nervous, aud walked backwards
across the platform within the narrow
| enclosure set apart for the lawyers and
I jurymen, excitedly changing his hands
j from one position to auothcr. To the
?question 'What have you to say. guilty?
Hunter raised his hand above his head
and said 'Not guilty, so help mc God.'
The trial will commence within a few
All quiet on the Bosphorus. Mr.
Gladstone has been making another
yiolent speech against the Disraeli
ministry and its ?policy. The Britlan
commissariat has received 1.500 tons ol
preserved meat, principally from
Chicago. There will be a review of
05,000 French troops in Paris in the
latter part of June. Gen. Grant is
already on hand. The British steam?
ship Chicago, bound for Bosto?, is
ashore at Harwich, England, abandon?
ed. One large cotton mill in the Black?
burn district. England, has resumed on
the operatives' terms. Reductions ol
wa??iB?Vare announced at otiier points.
Mr. Tit,Di:.\' and the Florida
Cas?;.?A New York letter says : "As
much has been said within the day or
two past about some understanding,
expressed or implied, between Con?
gressman Potter an?) Mr. Tilden, witb
relerencc to the reopening of the Florida
case, it is worth while to say that th.
intimaty friends of the latter emphati?
cally deny the whole st??ry. Not be
causa Mr. Tilden does not believe that
there was fraud, and that he was legall.?,
elected, but that the matter la one lor
the cognizance ofCongreas i-xtilnsivi 1?,.
They ?farther allege that he has really
but little personal inlei*e?t in the con?
troversy, the ungerous treatment of him
by man? prominent democratic leader?
in the present Congress quite indispos?
ing hiiu to take any farther active in?
terest in it. These second-hand aat-ur?
atices are given for what they may be
worth, with the remark that it is some?
what remarkable that if these are really
a correct expression of Mr. Tilden'"?
feelings he has peremptorily declined
to say anything himself on the sul jcvt
It must be a disagreeable subject to
bliu. undoubtedly, but persons in a con?
spicuous public position must not ex?
pect immunity from disagreeable sub
t liarles Wagner writes that a niagn?i
cant sight was witnessed iu Helena
on the ICth instant which would make
any man's eyes water. In Heishlield
& Bro's bank there was displayed, in a
show case, a common tin pan, the si/..
of an ordinary dish pan, half full of
gold lumps, varying in size from a
goose egg to a quart measure, the entire
collection being worth $30,000. These
specimens came from the now celebra?
ted 'Penobacot' mines located tweut?
miles northwest of Helena, and owned
by Mr. Nate Vestel, the Bonanza King
of Montana. He was two mouths ago
112,000 in debt, and now he has a daily
income of $2.000. Ho has taken out
of his mine during the past two mont'i?
about $70,000 in gold, and has an offer
for his mine of $300,090 from it Chicago
It is a fact worth* of remark the State
of West Virginia covers the largest ana
of hard weod timbers of any Slate in tin
Union. Indued. It has been claimed by
some that this State has in it nearly as
much surplus hard wood as all the oili?
er atatos combined, f
The Germ?n Lmprrcrin Prrl
BtmUX, ?May II.- At 3.30 g
? Ibis afteriioou as Emperor Williai
returning from a drive with tlie i
Duches ni Bilden, several shots fi
revolver were lired at him in the a
| Unter :!? n Linden. Nobndy wa?
1 i he person who lir? ?! the shots wa
i rested, as was also an accomplie?
I attempted le rescue him. The c
greatly excited in conaeqnence ?>fi
tempt upon the life of the Ein]
Great crowds bave assembled In tr
the palme, to whom Hie Eiiipi no
m-vi rai lime-, shown himself in ich
edgment of their expression of sj
thy. Members of the ministry, u
ambassadors, and officers of the
are hastening to the palace to t
their couuratulaiious <?u the Emp
escape? The would be assassins a
the hand-? >?f tin- police, who d? el
furnish any information, and tie?
?cterofthe perputraton ami mnti?
Ibeircrime ar?- ihereterr still unki
Two ?hui?. ? er?- liieil into Em
William's carriage from the ink
without effect. The assassin ran
the middle avetllle. fidlowed b\ ?l CI
On an attempt beiu? made to ca
linn he lir, ?I tliree mor- shots an I i
his revolver m-.-ni. H?' wa* ih n
cored, The i.uip?Tor's earriage
?topped, mid ih, (iMiiniMii sprang
tin- 1>??.\ and assisted al the cap ur ?
tew minuten afterward another n?
mil uas seised ill the mid.Ile av m
const quence otan alleged altenip
resine the assassin. The as-aesit*
tinsmith anniid Kind lleiiu ch I
II??, del. s.ntl to be from Leipzig.
was laken to Hi ? neiircai p ?lice sin
win re a proliminary investigate m
instituted. The ?lecniiplice an. si
named Krueger. a lath ?ret, belongin
Berlin. Tuere were uuc?_asin:_ dei
tintions before the palace tlirouu
Dense masses an- streaming ill '
the rcniittcst suburbs to manifest l
loyalty and sympathy, singing the
lional ?niiiieiii. The Enip?-ror we?
Un* opera and Royal Theulre to-ni
and received urea I n\ allons.
BKKI.IV. M.,.\ 12. ? Althe ..?lieial
amiuation Hoc?l?-l. the pii>??n? r. si;
that he was a unlive of Li ipsic.
born in 1857. He deuied that he I
at the Emperor, lie affirmed tha
?mis uithout work, and intended
shoot himself publicly l< i show the
the present condition oftltt people.
staled that he shot once at himself,
could not ?to omit for the other tl
shots which ?veie wanting in the ell;
lar of bis n vtilvt r. He thought
luitiht have discharged them iu
absence of mind. The prisoner wa
possessiou of several sec.al..?tic
democratic writings, tickets of mem!
snip ?it several Berlin socialistic uni?
aud tlie iik?:i ??i-s of t???? sociali
lead? i's. He ?1, clared that he beloo
in im party, but wit' an anarchist.
enemy oi all political parties, the i
??m condition of tot let. and public
stitutions. it further resolte I from
investigation that Uoed?-l form -rly I
soi-ialistie meetings' near Leipnic.
otiier prisoner. Kruger, aplatara to
innocent, audit Is reported that he
been liberated. He was arrested
cnttse lie endeavored to protect Hoi
against the assaults ol the excited ero
Telegrams congratulating the Enspt
on his escape have arrivedirom all
..,Titian princes and Europ ?an to?
eigne. Totlav tlie E nperor receit
ih?- royal family, the ministry and li
marshals, who came to congratul
Canada and i_n- Fenian-?.
The mayor of Montreal. Canada,
received a letter from Mussachust
slating that tlie Fenians are mak
fitrinidahle preparations l'or a raid
Canada. On the suggestion ol the m
or ;i meeting t?f Protestant and Cath?
citizens will be held lo cousioer in
friendly spirit the best means t?> al
the existing party differences.
At a Fein.m rueetiug in Mia, use.
V., Wednesday night, a letter fr
Gen. O'Xcil, ??L'ouunaii'lt r-in-cli.t
stated thai he ?'as "??n ihe line of i
Hid river w,ib 10.000 nun ready
action." A dispatch from Buffalo.
V.. stated that 3.000 men in that ci
?ere under armes and llutl tiv
tui,'s au?l a number of canal boats hs
Im:eii secured to transport, Fenians
Canada. Col. Mulligan reported fr?
0?wegu that be secured thr.-e steam?
iu that city to iran-pori his c?l?brai
guard to the cin-ni i 's country.
Two butidred Remington rit!
were expected in Syracuse yestenl
for the arm. concentrated ih.-re. a
Hoben McCarty and John Mo i
the two police c??mniisMoiicrs
Syracuse, and "Alderman McCartli
son of Senator McCarthys." were a
pointed treasurers. They have hired
lull for eloquence and drilling, capab
of holding GOO men. A press dii-pat?
states that are in Syracuse about _.
men really engaged in the movenier
that they claim connection with a "gel
eral movement*, along Ute fr mt er ;Ui
tonte moue., has been raised and mt
ar nul with pint ? s. and that the bctt
class of Irish citi/,1 n- give no sympatl
to the movement. Interviews Wi(
It-adiug Fenians iu Buffalo, X. V.. ^?\
no credence to tlie sensational repo
that 3.000 m i n are nmler arms, and itu
?teamtugs and transports are being si
cured to couvey the Fenians to Canadi
rhe police aud military authorities pit
nounce the report a canard? The tit
is quiet.and no unusual number of streu
gers is noticeable.
t San Fkancisih. May 7.?A niiui
her oi city elections were held throuat
ont the State. AlBedweodCtty, N?
vada City aud San Leandro. Th
?> orkiugmen made a clear .s??.?? ?p. am
elected most ol their i? ket. At lia-,
wards. Alameda, Uibroy, Mockiou inn
Woodland the citizens only. The Stat
neutral committee ??t Uiu workiugmi-n'
party issoed au uddress lo the people o
the Slate, deposing Kearney lioin t.
cliairmauship of tlie commitiee, reell
iug ciiarg'-s oi framl, corruption, cre-tar
ism an?! liisanii v sgaimti him, and call
iiiij upon the workiugmen i?? rvnonuc?
Uieir allttgiancu to the arch agitator ii
f.tvor of the proper organisation of th?
Consolidated Virginia declared :
dividend of$l, and California 12.
WHOLESALE POUOMIMO.?TIlC L. i
County Hentind sais. >\ e learn
thiroogb a letter from Mr, Vfilliam Den?
ny, Of Elk Uarden, Uussell county, t?
his lather in tins place, that James.
Andy and Joe Jackson, three brothers,
anda woman wliosen.nui: in unknown,
all died one ?lay last week Irom poison
ing. Some one to the neighborhood
had lost a food deal of butter Irom lime
to lime by thieves, and Inally deter?
mined i?> put a stop toit by poiaioalng a
orock of hatter. The plan was carried
out, and tlie above tacts u tinted ant the
Travelling ariUiJoou Bobiasou'a cir?
cus in an bomble capacity i- a printer.
named J. C Blanchard, a native ?>l
Bockinghem otiuiy. tvbo, a.eonhng to
the Culpeper Time, is there for the
purpose, which be is carrying out, ??i
Writing a book, entitled "Human X.t
lure in ?i (inns Tent." Be nans
French and Latin, nnd every day be
.ween work hours reads souk- of Virgil.
Fifteen larin, rs in Laocester c unity.
Pia.? were arrested last week ehaiyt-d
With lll.llilli'.lellll'.ll.' Clears ?ilhollt lie
'ii- r. They were botuid over to an .Wei*.
Reopening or the flilfad? Iphia Di'ilbl
Ph1I?APi*>H*H1A. .wav 10.?The per
maiieiit exhibition ai Philadelphia was
reopened to the public lo-dal. Many
of the old exhibits have be?n replacetl
bj others, and valuable, addition? to the
a.jriiultiiiiil and i*d*Jcationaldepartments
, made. 'I'lit; auditorium was liandsoine
, If tilteil up ami ihr philliirin tnattfllll]
| decorated far the opening ci reinonitvs.
The space Immediately below the grand
organ Waa n-seived lor the chorus.while
.nvited guests fill? d the Horn ?mediate?
ly in front. Ti.e oivhe?ira tamaiated of
Sixty pieces, led bj Mark ll?i??ler. and
the chorus between three and f ur Kin
died vnices. S?veral thou?and invila
llt.lls Were issued to prollliuelll I'ill/.elis
ol the vaiioUB M.ilt s. Seiia'.ors l?laine
ol Maine. B?tard of Delaware, ami
Wallace of Pennsylvania aiiive?! and
uc iv e,?eoited to the plalliH'in alu.ul 2.3t)
P. II, by ibe reeeptinii committee.
'i'lie ct-remiitii?!fl eiiiiiltiiiiL'etl aboUl
three with uali nul airs from tin? hug?
Olgull. A O ?HO It o\ enure and Haliilel .?
ci.oiu? **l. Il Dp J util heads" were lin n
gifl-n. Ileni?, 1). Mmne. pl'tsldi nl i?.
im-1-xliiii.tioii. inaiii- a fen iniroducton
r.inai'.v?. m whali lie eoii^ralu'aleti tin
ii.auageiiii ui upon the happy termina
tutu ol then* hi.au? ial 11. Hi? tilth -s. Col.
A. K. .?ut hue madi- a short address.
,i In I ill II in III? e?l Si l?,i 1 ? ?I llalli? .! lie ?'I a nil
ot iiie day. who delivered an elab?rale
ail.In s?, in Which he reviewed ibe pa??
citvumstancea and oMiiiiikM of thi
country, ami sp?ike of its present mar
velona growth and re?niirces. and it?
real capacities, especially under tin
?timulus of protection.
St-ualora ?Bayard and Wallace followed
in Speeche.? Ol elHollKL'einelll for ill?
exhibition, the latter speaking also in
lavor of the poluy if protection.
'.iive!*iii?r Ilarlranlt. who arrivi-d
alter the cooclosioii of the ceremonii ?.
made a speech m response to calls. The
diatitiguiahed visitor.? were then e?c;.rted
through the building 11 view the die*
During the afternoon John Wise. Jr .
?iiaile a balloon a>cen*,ou. the balloon
iaking a unit !i?;i-t?rl y unirse. Several
? him and persona were present.
.Yv"<- An'r- ritemttntt.
HUGHES & BURNER,
-till maintain their rrput ilon u ma*
?linn" men, by kecpiii** ?>n hand all
iinl iiniie bu" the bi-?t. They bave tb<
rery p pillar,
The (Jeiser Threalu r and Cleaner.
Aultm an <? Taylor
Thresher and Cleaner,
The Dayton Tapered Tooth Rib
and Dodd'a Self Dump Rake
Plowi ol dlflerenl kinds, und ail kind?
\iae!iii.f?ry an Machine Repair?
iliat macliine men may want. Also
in tbeir leaaon. Als? the beat
u! ilip lowest price*?.
MILLINERY GOODS i !
MI-s JASE IfTERS Intornu her o u
ii-toin?-!*? mi'l the publieajenarallf*thai
she baa just returned from Baltlmor?
with h line .?-loek of sea enable laillluer?
,'oin!?. eonaisting <>f
RIBBONS, FLOWEBS, v-vc.
arhleli will be sohl at low pi iff??. Her
sly lea me bile mid will pit?.im" nil who
Will ?-.vainille her ? rich A einlnl m
Vital in ? i? ?-Xlemlel 10 all wb.? df-iie In
?ec me iim-i l.i-hion.ible ???iiiils at the
I iwest pri?es.
IiruLic hai.e of rnopi in**.
In pursuance of the 'leeter et tin- Circe:
? if rush lint county ?t its Man h term IhTS, in tor
, Inn.. rj ran?? ot elillism S-.-mer's ilmr. ag-ainit
Jus?, h U. ?e-mi-r's heir? anil Wm. ?eemer'a helre
v.. hi .?eeui'-r'a heue, we ?fill nffer lot u? ?it
lulilii. auiilni m f nt ?I the i.uurt ilouaem
?A lu.-iia-at'-r, at U o'clock M. ?m
??.VITUDAY, JINK 160%, 1878,
Hie real ee ate referred In in ?eld decree knoarn
s? tlie eft* property, ?tu?ted ?t orkn?) i|inni,
which ?u bsm B?4. n. il- Meara, Jim? it.
Hisdii.nl and Joseph I'erry by M. M. M. Sfirair
as ailinr. of Wm. Seeiner dec- d
COS TAlNIXt.- Al)??nt 1? ACRB8.
Al-." the building I t- referr i to in said dec >e
?un letal ?t th? ??in? |?li. ??, ?n?l which were ? ? d ?o
;. IT. II. Moo e?Bd J-seph P.py.by M.M. 8??' sr
Specisl C?mr. lu ?aid r?ns?, ?nn which ?re , ?.
?c.lbed e? ..ol I?. 1 ootAliilug ture?-eigl? II f an
?u, sihI I. t ??t.]. t-nntsliiliig fl?*-i-ii(li t? ? t *n
ii re. In the 11st i.f ?nd MB msde by T. W. ?Mien
m I rettetet to in ??id canse,
Tl-.UM.**. 01- SAIiK:
One third rath, ne third in i.inr rnontSi and
.?in third iu a-ignteen nn nib? fruni the ney i f aal?,
tue dffei ml i ?yra*nt* to beer Int. reel, ?ud to be
i?. tired by ? dead nl trust upon th,? pr. peny. At
Hi.- ,|.tiin .?f Hi-? piir.-uss-r |,!i' ?i ? i
et* the ??ff pro srty may is n Iu tiucollsc el during
. tuiae .if Mrs lit? M. L. 8eem?r. ?ml the
Intvrent therenn p?ld animal1? to the c uit, In . e?e
?,'ie .11 ??nut refuse I ? unite In the ilceS.
M M I.. ' LMtK,
JA?. 11 "a1? 1LI.IA.V1S
M?y!i-tl. Spea-i?! tomr**.
PUMPS |_ PUMPS ! !
I un now prepar d to m ike und put
in the oui rum
These pump* h n-,. been n ??-?1 for an u
l.v a i emnrt, nti ' are mini to h* m ?ri
ItistliiK iin.i i-h.-.ii er i linn tun of the low
I'ln-eil pump?. nbli'h h it e been Intro
| %\*r All trtirit gu?rante? I tngive s??i
We pul pumps ill -vi- ?- a.i?'. ? '.-..-i :.- of
' any depth ?nul guara. them m an
?wer ihr |iuri?ose.
I'ipih-' I'll 'i'?l|i-l 'o : !e:'. Rive Hi'- :?
?nil. IW \i\ilroM m- i IV i .-I ?oi-k.
0E0. R. FRAVEL.
Mi? IS h?ly.
Mt. Jackson, Va.
(icncral osent for the sale of
( 0MPRIS1SG tHK IMPROVED
With self Bindinzattachment, ifdesire-l.
The merits of this machine arc so well
known that comment Is unnecessary.
THE TIGER '.. REINDEER
A 1 hat the es ?lusive agency for
the i nuiit) ol Shenandoah. I??r
the -. aled
pria ? medal ma?
"The Bickford und
He invites tiie public to call an
examine for tlipniselve.. or send In
In ailliti n to the above, 11
?sk.-i lor .ii ? X i : 11 : ? i. ? : Kill ol Ins I;ii?_r'
and well ?selected .'?tuck ot
BOOTS AND SHOES,
H ?RDWARE, &c.
Which he oilers at such pries. tb?ti
"ii" cannot examine nrlthoul making u
IV? -:-? - , Vt May 3?d, Iff,*.
if, II. liiiT'-;-'. ...Ir. r. ??i oi". Rlffej o*? :
vs. in CHAMCI BT.
T" '.,..'? '. ?.ml Deft, an.l ail uttier.? .-nnrerucd.
rake linn.-?- Uu_t 1 li??>- t'.v-l hi hi FriJ?y t c
7th da* "f .11110 Is:., nt my olBce to execute ? de
cicc f tlio t.'ir.ii.t ?: nrt ol Pbauindoatl > ount.v
- 1 in the ?bor* n.im. ,1 came at it? April
t?-rni IFTS, NqutrtDf nu?- ?.I ilie Noati, at thi?
i-i url t ? ii-.-.-rtiiiu an.I rtport.
I. The ii.-.i?, . u Ih? tml t?tete ol th. II,?Ynilant.
rt thorn according to Un-.r i
II. Batanee ?i ? ? bf refondant rr .-i
and ?f-enr.-d in iln-rl nf t ti?t f tlatr- s.-j-t vil 18S7.
III. Ih? actual ?ml annual vain? ot I
r.-'l Htate, In tn? lull an 1 pro,.lin
IV. Any natter tlnirninr. may d?em portiin'iit, of
?iy part; |b inter.?t m iy i?'|'iui>. lim n under
my hand' a? C',iir In chancery of said day and
year first afi,rc?aid.
May 8th.?4w. M. 15. p. q.
To Preserve and Beautify Your Homes Us?
GTJTTA PBECHA PAINT,
THE BEST PRESERVATIVE EVER USED
forWood. Iron. Stone or Brick Structure?.
FOR INSIDE OR OUTSIDE WORK. Send
for Sampl? Colon tail IMm Usu FREE) to
OUTTA PERCHA PAINT COMPANY, Jjfl
-Viclid Avenue. Cl-rcl-ind, OKo.
ii .ii., r-1.:., P? n i',?? Pur? 1. .ke
-in j.? rior Fini il Im ('! ill I' i t s
eh npfst un?! beai for Tin Koi-ls,
Wooil .?r li'.-.? l.ri?l i-.Nir >s it?
All al'OVe il? -t Ck ?Oil III! sule \i\
.}. S IRWIN A S??,
M,> 8 -ly. ir,?.i-i.iek. .'??.
CtOlfUISSlONEB-S oiTIt l.
J No. .1? ... 1, \?. Mai i*. ?I 1873.
Mamnol L. <*r?l>i I -'el Vbrahun i'ta'.ill I \'r< . f
I'a.ld Cr..;- 11 .l.-.-'tl. Co.:.pit?
' '? t> i .D?*it
IN ? BAXCKRY.
no i ui:.
To 0 mplt?. and Datl and all ?t'n
lake uoll ? ? tii.-.' I h II ? Si I Op ii I u -??lav ih?,
11 tli l.iy t J,. 18TS to ?\-iiii,- al ni? vemte a
ol tin- t lr-ti t ? nur?
-i- at it- t|inl ti-im
iiiltin-.' MM ?-I tie . mrur?. o( thi? c< Ott to
ii,.1 .? ,. I!
;. In- lialtiu-i' line irom i:iij?h II ????n'-.-rger on
. Ainiinl M -if the real rat?t?-.
lt. tu '. t . Ir
I. .in in ti.?rih- '? nur. may d?-ein |.frt ? e ,t OC
?uy , ?rtj ? -'l?r
m> b? ..;i ,.J year
il* ad -rearaid.
I.. D NEWMAN.
W. & W. p. q.
A RARE CHANCE
?il7.;50i> FOIt Si .*?00,
A VAI.fUil.r. tABn M 2?C ACRES i? uow
offered, .ii t.- BBS t. suit purchaser?, ?t tlin ex
leaniing ij km prlss of li.'iti'.it cmtt Ii.?kw t-nraa
y jar? agi?, aud i? ?m,!. r?n k?.i...l fi'niliig iti.'l "late
f cultivation now a* ii ws? ttieu. the l'ii.il?y ol
tin' i.iu'l is linn ?tonu and bee well, ?bout li'i acre?
ars laarad ami lbs balsam i? la g."??i lassbar,
Patties bave appli>-<t for pemil??..?!. 10 "t a ?leain
saw mili ou the pasea. I ne ?uipiov?-ui?-nt? cousist?
A .?OUD DWELLING HUl.'sK,
?ml barn, aluiom eniiniy under saw cover, and
? iap iagc, . .ru. im at. h ig, ?-lu.-kt-1:, milk aud IBB
ion?.?, all ciiiiViun i.tly ' loeafc d end in fair la?
pair I'hi- Mater i? il|?*Mfl ..n tie- opting iu larg..
i ?m nipc. T'bere is ?u al iiudauc of fruit. Th
?;, lan a rented sod Iba purchaser ?ill get
ut et all ?um ara : ? ?.???l ?straw oft?? i
- ,j rttf l- ii .t tUttercd
?u Uns adv.rtiM. aiei t.
it la a dsnirable farm sltostad la a good and
. :i i by o i.iiii, ..-i . ? i. ri t : I ill- ;
? l VI gtnu, s i - ir ?ni
I stown i ?trssbnrgoo tbs Vslley pike, sad i-i
mile fron Cap?m tta?ad Depot, lu mile? M By. "l
ttarper'i Ferry on iba v...?y bran h of lbs i?. ??.
i). . ii.
isf lor fmhi-r Inl is s b
cnberat W<><dstoi-k ?h? uaudoah county, Va.
?er. 10-Stao. ?. t. m.i.-dS.
?Jrrors of Youth.
\0R\1LI min who ?raffarad foe >?
Merroo* Debility,Premstare Deca?, and sil ibe
:'?, t- of youthful indiscretion will, f.n lb?
lig btuaanlty, leu 1 fin- to all who need it.the
?dps and .in?- tlon lor nuking tin- ?-jupia r*?**eti)
iy which ii?- m- en sd. -?iilTera-r?) van-biiig t" pr??nt
by ihi- aiIvi- ?: ? r'.a .-?,?? n.-i.. ? .iiu do ?"? t'y addresiw
Djj laperfsct con?deuca,
UHS li iKlllKV t'JI'cdtr Ht.. *f?.wT?irlt
Physician and Surgeon,
\VOOI)STO( K. VA.
tir" Has had ?an extensive experlt-ac* in the
lion? branches of hi? profession.
In Eapeelal atteution giwu to Surgery aud
Diwane? of women a id children.
O-TiCE & rUSIOENCE MAIN ST. 01'?. COURT
B?sV/'ru-/ Store, opposite W
Apr. IT- If.
?Wo detock, Vs., April .
To Jacob Lantz Complt ?nd H?vi.| i. .,1 |g
'?Vin. t/nlwi?*, Ivaac Ludwig, George Ludwig.
' ig, Abrahini Lud-.a-ig.lit-becoa !.
'???ib Dndaon sod Mary hi? wif., K!;z.ibetli Ludwig
tacob I.'idwig in biaown li-'ht andas admr. .1
Pnilip Ludwig dee'd aud John Wiliutm LeAvrlt ami
omaana I'. Ln.lwig the creditor? of Ptllll|
l.u I ?rig ?dee'd aud all otbers concerned.
I tad that I bata In I
i?, ii. t reen tb* b .
??clock, A. Jl. and ?o'.-lock P. a*. If fair, If not,
'ii i!.,- next fa r day I
to ?take and sett a, at my office, the account? ?i
lebt* against Pbiiip Lndwig dae'd, Tba sdmlnis.
?accounts ol Jseob Ludwig admr. s*hill|
.ndwig dec*d Tb? ?mount of th?, distributiv?
?barea of Um bairs - ? Philip Lndsrlg dee'd,durum,,
thern with any lions binding the .aine sud ?ti>
matter any party mt.-r. tied may desire raqnire l U
rea of Bbenaadoah i Ircnii
i*OUrt rendered on the.day ol April !?i7S in a
?u,t m ? !. m .?. ry depsodlng to sail court bstwean
Lantt Cumpl' arj.l David Ludwig ?c. Dafti,
?nd if from any c inss the tskin^ of ?aid a
-hall not be Commeneed, or having been n m
.icm ?d ?houl 1 not be completados thai day, th
iklugol Iba same will be adjourned fron.
lay, or fr< ai i lace to plaee, until lbs ?.am?- ?re
taken and o >m]
? . ?. uuder my hand .- ser in
' ...i,.-- ry fthssaid .- .-irr, Si my oftce In said
'he .lav are! y-ar or?? SforsaaM.
May 1-4w. P. W. MAOBUDER
j Woodstock, v?., Apni 2*>, VtXB,
v!. II ?a ';. .
.?nl .!..hn I i key .'at?- partners und?-r tlie Bast* and
i k I irk'-y and eo. ST. Adam? < x'r. nl
or. i . Bowman dee'd sod ?il ? tin r lien eredl
- r??>f I ?. ?sillerCompile, and T. J
.. laresce Miller, II? union Miller Ion
. lr??Ti an .nd I. It, "r'rci-'i.sii her
.u-b.ir.i, Uto, K. Unpp Iruslae, 0, li. ?annul?, M.
, In Bankruptcy ofT. J. Mill.-r
; ih ti i bata fltei npo u
.. . f May h \t, bei eeen t le
clock, A il snd 8 o clock, P. M. If fair, b? nut
n the u.xt fair ?lay Ibaraatter (Sunday ? xc-pted)
tnd ?settle, at my office, the a?'i-.?unta of
I. Tlie amount, location ami talus b'th gross aud
.mm?! of all r ? sd by tMe d?fendait
l*. I. Hill r??r il ?* Ich he liad any il t.?r.?t ..t tlie
: t i?-rendition of any Judgements stralnsl
dm which are un-ati-ficl repotting lbs dateol
aid juigm.-uts and wh.-ii d ? ?-.- IU lieu
?irilig lbs am uni? * ,d p IBBSSOI
ra on tb* real ?setate aforesaid vbethai by
ladgment. deed <>f truat or otherwlee, if any 01
-aid lieu aebts nave bs ?-- '? Ibis com ni?
-:oi..-r will it-oei tain and retjort tue ;
??mer* there it. ?. rhe .m mnt,
?alus lK?th groas an annual o, ail r-a! aatats ?>oth
U w an I --at r. J, Miller or
in which he ha? or ha? bad any la Blast i n
iuy judgment? a?*sinat ?said T. t, Millar are lieni
.nd i! any of laid real ????t?te lias b
. I . t, M'liCi- th- i-ouir. will report the Uat- -
.1 .? nvayiiic. ?, til- gralit.t? tl.o.em sud the
prsaaut oa-ners, I. tuy matter deemed pe.timcni
.y thi ?aid comr. or ?bien be may b?? reqneated to
?u r.- ml . an 1 r*| ?' t up u by any | arty in iu
lakaa by tbs s? rec of suen
uidoa.i C.nuit Court reudered ou the _ day ot
I rli 1HT>? :u a ?uit in ,;!iauc, ry d.-? ending iu iiaid
nart b.-t-ve.-u In., i.iaiti- ftc, cumpl??, and I. J.
>1 lier .t?'. ?)? f's. and 11 from ?uy t?u??e the takln?.
1 laid a emit? ?hall not be coiuinenced o baring
inm.ncrd should n't be c-.mpl.-ted on tbet
lay, the taking of the same will be adjourned from
lay to day. I mill ?bsaaruears
.i.i-ii aud eomp ?'ted tiiveu under my baud a?
.1 iu.-ery of t.ie 8..1 1 court, at III)
?inieiu said couuty the day aud year first afore
I*. W. MAGRUDER.
M ?**datock, vs., "Cay led -
Pan! Kaaselrodt, Joahna sine ami Hehc-i hi?
- untie! licelor and Barbara hi? wife.Eminuel
It, .. lulawder ?ud Catherine h is wife.
VH. IN CHANCERY.
Ann*. Sesiclrodt, admix, of Ajlr-rv WsssslfOdt,
To Complt and Deft, aud sll others concerned.
i?ke notice that I b.ve fixed upou Wednesday
ihc 5tb day ol Jana Is'.a, at my office to execute?
I .1 tho circuit curt, of Sbeuandoah i ouuty,
nuil, red in the above named cause ?tits April
term lttTK.r? ?niirmg ??ne of the coturs. of the court.
i, 1 o state, settle and Biljust the administration
iccouuts of Anna Nesselrodt the adm'ri. of An?
drew Nesa.lrodt deai'd. showing ??sets in hsnds
: ?dm'rx. debt? agalust ?aid Audri-w Nessel
ro.lt ? dec d propoily coming Into her hands, ?nd
raonal satats not accounted fot by h*i if
1. To anccrUiu and report the sctual and annual
value of the real e?t?te of which ?aid Sndraw
?dt died, seised and possessed.
3. To repon any mettei said cimmoasioner miy
!? >ni i trrtinetit, or ?uy lnter.attd party may re
tjaire. Oiven uu?t r my baud a? comr. in th?y.
,i said day sud **aai flr.t aforaaaid.
E. D. NEW MAX.
May S?4w w & ay, ji. q,
J . ?ok, V?. Ms-,
l.'auie! Miller ft Ot,. L'OSBplts,
vs. ix rit IXCBBY.
t. c \!c:>oii?!.i, Vf. s. il?.?'? r.ar.
Hook deed.. M. L V.'aton, rri:?'.c. L'eft?.
To Compita, tnd Di'itp. tndallotb* i concerned.
i .k.. notice that I ba-ralssd apon TTrdn?dij
Ibe l.'t'i ?lay of I une 1ST? at iny I
:? i'.rciut court of Sheuindosh county,
ititheal-ov i -? ?t ils \prii term 187?.
? quiring mu as comr. in clianc. ry t I ascertain ?ud
tua .-in,', auii-ja value of the r??a? estate
m th.? bill tnd prii.c'dinu?, and report wiethcr the
r ,iit. .,i lbs asase i II a?iiviy tb- d*M
o five years.
II. Tin-balance of the unpaid purchase money
1'ir .,ii ||M ?amo wlih all JUalgmenl* ?ud trust
,.o:- on s?me.
III. step rt gcner?!!y in lbs title ol
tb* Bsu y llmswiler lioiisc- and lot ?Unit, d In UBS
town of Kdm' urg, shena id all C BBty Vi
IV. iny muti-r ?aid comr. may deem p.rt.ncti:
or any party lnt? rested irs.v re.)! r^.
Olvan under my b?ud .1? comr. in chencery <f
???.I day ?ml jeai f.rut ?fu e??id.
I!. D. NKWMAN.
lav ?Sth?4?r. W. a?: \V. p. q.
The Qramm ir s. i.:. ? nn.iu.i.-.i \an
-iiinm. r bj ?A ?V. l.niiAN. ? ill I?? i- ?it
t?iiii?-il in t! t? Miinititi "I l>7s a? u N ? ? i -
m.i, .-?, -iiniii. lust nui i<Hi will Isa girra
ill ill luniii'lii'? tmisfltl in ?In" i*??nrii'i i
scboiilB. tlie ll!|?iii r Matbematii sTboorj
..nil l'i :?'ii>c "' reachiiisi*.
rtjchailon. ami In th? Katural (?Vleiii-t*??
iiy Ito un'. I'liti-i-?'?-ii'iiu It iiii.v ?imlv
tilt? Lilian t^i
*>nmt' nl tin? ;i?ivai*.t:i"i?"- nt llii- ?rln?nl
arc, ilii.i'iii li ?lii'ini'ni nii'l l'li.isii-ii
V|ii?itiitii*. u Ti'.i? h?-i* l;liiiii\'. '.nul ihc
.-xitlli'iii I.?ii'.iiy m tiio Y. M. C. A.i?
Hi"? town, to ?vliii'li ?tutiaots Ai'.iliivi'
m... u. it --.
i\. ?\. LOG ?N
U D I1AI-I.I1*.
r,.i ml i" prira e i.in.ili"- eau ha li nl
| ?li'l'il? lit' llT'Il ?>!' C *.\ I ? ? k *-. I > ? ' ?_? 11:11? ' U
July 15th 1?7?. "i mlvi.n.." ??3
.jf I m nu.lui iiiloiii.'Uioii .?|?|uy m
.\. W. !.()(,AN.
' M.v i tt.
A? l. ateeaal. taa?.b?ipiJ?5o ."a?a?tUU.TfUU
Mav, Mil?ly, I
_ 1 n I CO Ct* eolcl> St-s-klnr?. Necktie? ft?-.
LAUICd lnatenUueoiirly for lesa than lent
Oan renew or changa th.. c .?or of their lire????,
mut?, wool???, or cotton, with little trouble, ata
nominal co?t, Imparting ne? and lovely ?badea, fcy
tbe oaeofourifAGicTtrr. ?Stick of /.mr ooLoa ?.r
?Hare ?ent for lOo ??. 3 different color? 2 J eta Po.t
age ?tamp? accepted, ?end 3c. ?tamp for ?amp!??
and circulara. Alio,
OUR IMPROVED PE8T POI80N
Ii a Bhfo, Surom^S^^. . and Chea-i
Doetroyer o ^^?Rtf kt of the
Warrant? I 1. till be ^tf 2 FIVE P._?. wb- ?
I-..I.1? Cl._i:.. ^nW KILLS O Ml
T?? Ii ?I-, ?o tva?. ?ad not tajarte? to phot? Co?u 111 t? Me?at_
Mi.-!. Oo." C?I,l)a?. aol Currant ?Vitral Pow !? r l- ?.
ir-iT r..*_o?oc? . h'lt til-? 1 ?th to verra?. _?-a|4<*?.i
trtalof cither pr. fa- >--l?????l?ti rrc-ipiof lleca, Te-Jtf next?
ore??h. 1-4 lb be? ..fP it Pomn i?t:l-I f .r Met?. Be
?alarwlUtbaili-'-lieftoi'lri??!?.. Pi? notuithal-a^
K?AR.Y?T CH__K.A.t. VT0K?r< P ',. I
iMMIaattSk. km ?
M.ir? h 27-2111.
The greatest ?? ,1!,-? Mao of Mineral Water? in
the world tor value und v?r,<~t.> I niedn ?I pro?
ie tie?, witu elevated location, dry and i.ibiiarat
llif mou .tain ?:r to<-?..triuuie to ih. lr iein.,l,?l
qoeltttee, In.- lucaaaed and inii r red n tel
-. a? i.lly, the b ?liut.fi. ' . ,l<- ulth the
eut tue ?eaaoii ca . ?fiV d, IB.' I ?.ceediiigly ?
mii-al board ratea, ana in? .th leut iii?__|i-n-ii ut
-.1 the r.m?!,il?..lient l.-y cxpi i lenc.,1 hi-1 men,
eue ?le? tb?.- Rfopnaiof t-. off, ...ii,,?
health, leiireiugiit iiii i [?aaure at a watering-place
It .nr ? lint?-?.. The Proprietor of
Orkney gptlnfa, fully appreciating l.u-.i.-? rie?
? ..i.?t..? r anead rat?? of
II ur.l, graduated ?..- i-ding to ra?ais mtenptat.
?nd tin- unml,-r ..t |. i?o .h in ? ai h ..?.rii. lioaid
l?er da> tor one ?reek eaA lea? than t*?, }
and l-'.'i?. buril pa -vee? f.r l?i ? ? ?.a and
:? --ih.ii tour, f.i. ? u, $._ and fl4. Hoard per
imiiiib lor -me innuili ami lea? than tan, %40, i2?.
? 0, and II?, .Miuihi.-??, 1- byah i-i.a ?nu im-inl.ei?
t>l th- preae ?rill l?e en itnd ta M a r .,-nt. Uta?
?? -iint "U (he. ?o--?- rat.-?, ?hi dren under 1_
war?, an.l ?ervaut? half ?rire. Famille? and
aatttea numb-ring h-ti-ii at more, who d.-?ir- to
remain the emir- Maaoa, can maa- -
tr.ii t. at i re.lu' liou on the above rale?.
Ibe ? - -.?i ?atUTday, ti.e l.'tk ot
?lune ati'l doM 00 II.? l'th of (>, t hei
All r, minunlratinn.? liMra?Wrt to A. ?. Jon??.
Proprietor at Orkney Syringe, sh. n?ndo?b ? ounty
Va. ?II! receive prompt ?ttention.
CEORCE PAGE & CO.
Vo. 5 K. :;__:ci3L3 s:? i^zzzzz, az.
l'aient I'ortnl.loA Siniinn ?r? | am
I'm?ut t.rt-nliir San MIIIm,
tinny;. Miller t? ?tu?!? mu?,
Strtai A llcur MiJl?, Water
"tV?ie-els. Hhl-iKl?-. Barrel A
M <io?l?,irliiiiK efariimi-rv.
_ TanIl<- l.iiiery "tVlie.-'?? nun
('riii)l? rs.Snuv Mill Siiiiiillea. ,'.,-...?.. .
fctM? FOR < __.TAI.Ot.C_. ?* 1'BlCUi.
iJ^UtMl KvJl O metate, r,/ Tri'm* neu! r?r^.;r
Huant, /./r Ju yeart hat juM ?.vMithe? 1- - ?
morir? en botenu, ?tarrtage and durait </ 1?4 K).rr,.
-^.-r?r?, kWpatrt. nud??H*r.,?. A? ,?-. ? .
pct?-]**nt k? ,ts?t,4 <?/ 7J eu Joe InAk .je eitlxr ?ntJuXru.
1 woman .i
arr.a??. iu dut.,. ?_? ?_.
?lac?.?, who ?n.1 how M
1o?M. CIIWI ?ml turr, A
? * for tbe married, Ut????
91 th. tri narr?? d Repro .uni??'>g?ni. Pnrat- Dl?.
ea???. 8enilr.il We?kn??? Impeteree A?V
th? Kidn?y? and Bladder. Adr-.c? t.. Touna Men et
Abu?e?ott)ic Oanerative Orniv? and u>?i?it ineau
Ih? k--?t ?ublLS-t. Pr.r?o?jrt?
e^Bothtiook?. eeataia ?/o?.4M ,.?j-? ?ri mrmrr?
o?,?eaar?etei?. ont ?oderw? ro?nv??ioi >?
. M?DICAi ADVK-e on s... . 1
1'..?.??.?. .r.'p.r-..?---.., -. A^.l'..., I>r '
Dltp.caary. No. 13 ?C. 8U> atrect.St I.?m?i?, Ke.
CiUMafUSIOKEK-S "FI ICB,
' . tprll ma, i1-:..
Ptdlip OrantUuffand-In-? R. Miller... .Compite.
?In - Jln f nancery. Defendant.
And Wm. H. ? la-.gett adrar ? f II. C aiyett dec'd.
1 . w. ..mdlaand W. a. Wi|bttn?n,
David rilaadliut, J?''?.h Ijnt?. B. F Murray, G.
?V. ?iiid;,-, W. A. Wightman'? adrar. Julia A.
I, 'ha?. P, Henry s, W. 11, and ?imiul
lo compite, and c,fendant? ?nd ?Il othar? con?
1 ?ko notice that I have fixed upon Monday tbe
?T'.h day f May 1?78, at my 1 fa? ?- to eieruie a de
?rt of ^hf?n?ndoall eotutf,
itamril eaaaad at it? ?pr?
the corneara, of tliu
. ourt t.i a_.-.-r,a
[. I he em.11 rrha?e ninney on the
pruperty in the bil? .
due by Jacob l.anti to .?oie? ? alt
I. Im lt. Miller, in the ?mi of G audetaff ?.?.
.-ai>?ril?, also any unpaid c ?t?.
II. Tbe amount ol uni aid pun-hane money due
1 pro? erty fr..m Dai II ? H.
Iai?.-tt ???Mine .1 1,. .?. Wmd.e and W A.
in. tnj othar Batter ha n...
that either party may re?,ii-e. WnOO ?ud wLere
.-? i,llll e?I t all
il.v.-ii under in y ha J .?? r-mr in chancery of
K. E. M'H KI.KV.
Apr. l-ttb- liv. Win-, ? Bro. p. q.
-'?'.nil. IOSEBS OFFICE.
?__? M'? dal ek, v .
I ' at, fft t m rlinr. . M
ke. ? '? milt. >?. I?. H. I ?lit, n ad?nr
iVartmai. di.-'d and I. .1 Mil:- and V. I ?'
? of 1. . Miller, the U ? r. J.
?Illler and all other? on.
Y a are hereby notiSed that I baVre "".i-iluion
lay of May n.xt, be?w>en the h uraefl
. A. M. and 6o'clock, P. M. II fa;.. U
on the nett fair day tb. r.-after (gunday ?i .-pt?-.l)
f take and sett e, at my offi.e, tue loeovn ? ot the
am -uut? ami pH, litte?
lilier, whether by ese, i nut,
a_?iitnment or otherwiae and a.
pertinent or that any party may deelre, require to
b- taken by th - * ?
ourt rendered on the_da? - in a
??it In chancery depeuaen* in ?aid court b?t?reen
lacob ?. Miiler'a admr compita, ?ud Wm. M. K?y
?A'a tmaii'i a?imr. I'eft? and if frnna any csu.e
the taking of k?I?1 account? ?h.ill not be com
? i, or having been conimcu.-d ?h ?-.'. 1 uut I?
completed on that day, the t. ?ame
will D-ad'oarned < n-_ day i .placo
until the ?ame ?re ->!f?u ?ud
-nmpleted ?iviain... ..- omrni??
. l.-r in han?-,- t of I ' ? "See In
?aidcounty the dav and vci?r first atore-, .
Kay l-4w. T. ?>. ?! v.! '
ttood?t.?-k, Va.. April _\ 1TT8.
i ' 111 T. Ilii-kman an I all I '. Jacob
Anderson d.-i'J, who may contribute to the Matt
Wm. B '?? ^n
J, ion iae'd i I . Deit?
St) lit I. IN iHxNCKIiY.
To coniplt?. and d?fendante and a .
Takt notice thai I have fixed tpon Wedne?d?y
the _9th day of Hay IsTs, at u.y ? IB .
ri-ult i-.-i-.rt of t-hen?nd3ah county
? named cau.e ?t it.?
term ISTS, raqn ..e commr-. ofthia
court to ??certain ?t.d aattte
1. lie value ot Vt? res. .?t?te rf whic'i .lach
\nder on uied?,-ized ?ud p .?? a 1 bef .r- ?ndaf er
at of Douer.
,. ?-count Of ih* ? lininistrator ?.? Jacob
Andere -u d-e'd
:l. I'hc amount of tbe indel- ilitte?
aid aetata and auy other maiu-r ho may
rtiaeit OC ??hi. b titb.r party m.j re
1'iirc. -e you ?re required t.- at
Oiren under mj r 1 cby of
n?id court the day and \enr ?r?t aforeaatd.
K. E. STICKLEY.
apr. '_'.-4.v. W. ft W, p. q.
C-v.,M.vii--: SI ?SALE
J OKA V ?.!.!' ?Itr.F. HEM
.I.V. illlliT -WN, sill.;X WU-i VII ti.f-M'Y. VA.
rnrauant to a drs-.-c- i t ? ?.run Court of
g ily, pr ?uoun ! Term I ..?,
nance y nuit rf lk-njanitu Herman and
v? i. s u c .m? i'a admr. and
?.then Defendant??th ? c.'m
SATURDAY, MAY 2>tli. 1878.
on the pt . l!jHc anciion
to the - the real ??tete m tbe bill and
? m i-med,.-.iia.?: .,- Pa par? ? the
farm . I Isaac S. tlivkxsh d.c'd. l>m^ \
MaiTeit-.?n, adj. iuing the laud? of I'mjamln
larmaa aud other?,
i OXSIfiTlXG OF MAI EUES
i-ul 3H PoIc?, more er lea?, al. > th.? rev?r
?not in >h?' l>ower of the wij w .f I. M II.? kman.
i? l.ud of and eaatfaed h> n.ec. mmr?. wh.??e r?
- lieen confirmed, on which m..?t of the
.lent? ???nd, and ?di ?talad tu* ?bor*
I.rili. d tract ami i? : - - 'dal farm of
IM l.iii.dnl ?ud taelitj-llv ?.r.?.
TERMS OF 8ALE:
-. ti.: .'???t? Of ?Hit
; ? i i? in three
iqualannaa inaulmeute. b?-a?.ug interest tr-'iu
. . .- ?ball give
the tl lie to be retained eutll tbe further or 1er f
:hi? c-uit auy ehadtf* al t tioi will b? made
\r -?ie t ? c mimence ?t 11 o'cl s-k t. M.
K. B. ??TICKLEV.
apr. 24-?I ?1 ?. S|>. eutl CoDimr.
COM ISSlilNlll.-s- tirt'lCE,
iSalaek, Ft? ?i?ri! ?at
?i ,k M-l er, ?h - ? ?'id
il, c edit u? "f W. ?. :. Wh? * 11
?urne in ?udc :?? ????t.
II, a.lmr.nf W. A. WiBhtni?;.,de??d.
I uli? ft. M -U'.'-, >V. II. Imam, T, ll-nr> S, ?ml S?ml.
?MTU I IN ?-UANCEBY.
ToCmiplt?. and D?fendante and all other? con?
lake notice that 1 have hie 1 U|*in Tie-edey the
,.?;h da? ..' May IfeTS, to execute a furl
dt coart of nh?andnah cuuiy, re:.
in the ?lane tiamt-t c?u?e at It. ?>'il term 1K78,
rei|,iiniiK m- t?. ??.-ertiiin and re or'..
I- The p eaeut owuer? ?ud hol?ier? of the tract
rf laud if i**,', acre? conreyedt ??.A - iglitiuan,
bj 11 M Deiiui-ou by deed ..I date Iai> lil?t, 1*58.
II. Inder and by wh?t title the ?aid avaata bold
i he ?aine, the number of acre? held by each, tbe
. itiou paM f"' the??me. ..u wh.? t* m?
?ud ?h* ?mount paid a ? to be paid by each.
III. The amount-f uni aid piimliaee money on
?aid latid if auy die form? ?aid lgbtmau to ?aid
1? M pnu'ils u, and 111 nth. r matter at I ''ou.
ni i al?iiii pul e. b-r panj m.v e
1 ure. When ?nd whe?-e yonaie roqSir??l to ?tend.
my ii?ud aa eenv lu chascary of
?-id c urt the day and year a oreaald.
E. E. STICKI.KV.
Al>ril 24th?-t. Wru.. ? 4.f?i P? tj.
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