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I? PUBM8H?D WIKELT. BT
?HENANOOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO
?Veduosdny June 8e? 1878.
A yankee corrospoudent of the Cen
tral Ohio News, has been visiting tue
"old fields,"and is giving the results
of his observations in a series of letters.
At Strasburg he stopped at the Hotel
and thus speaks of Ins interview with
his land lady.
"I sat down to supper uext to my
hostcs?. There were two others, who
soon left, which left the lady to me. I
improved the opportunity by entering
Into conversation with her. She had
lived during the war furthei east, at
winch time she was ?juite a young lady.
Then her father and grandfather had
plenty of "niggers," servants to do any?
thing for them. But the war had swept
away their "niggers" and made them
poor. She said ucaly all are poor now,
and have to do a great deal different
from what they formerly did. Then,
and even long since the war, a lady
couldn't do her own work and be takeu
into society. Every lady had to keep
a servant or she wasn't regarded very
highly. If a lady did her own washing
it was the unpardonable sin, and if she
should attempt to do her own house
work she would be slighted and would
not be received into society. Of course
she wasn't -peaking of the "poor white
traab.'' Now, she said, times have
changed a great deal. A great mauy
now do their own housework and even
Washing who once would not have
thought of such a thing. People are
getting more freedom to work and still
be well thought of. I remarked that I
tho ught they in the South were learning
at lesson and in time they would
be greatly profited. She gave me some
war items. One she spoke of with
some feeling. A number of Yankees
had captured one Johnny White, who
lived near them across the mountain
and who was one ofMosby'smea. They
dragged White through the village be?
hind a horse ?uu! killed him before his
mother'? eyes. Ot course there were
many harrowing scenes during the war,
and many acts of great cruelty. Some
things seemed wanton and cruel from
a Southern standpoint which from a
Northern view were necessary as re?
prisals and really in the interest of
humanity. Take for instance bush?
whacking and guerrilla warfare. These
were oflen convenient modes of taking
revenge on ran enemy, and. beiag so
convenient to them, the South through
their glasses couldn't see it aa we s-?
it. Th.v"a; " nr*~*Te**Hu ... adopt
it ffthe*cno*e t0 *"** ?0?b?Bt in so choos?
ing t)'-'-v should not complain if their
.aiemy protected himself. This case
may have been as told me (although
it probably happened before his mother's
face because his mother's face happen?
ed to be before it), for Moseby's men
had a notoriously bad uame. and this
man may have been a notoriously bad
one of that notoriously bad set."
The incident refered to was the cruel
murder of young Rhodes, a youth o? 16
bad just joined Moseby's com?
mand. He was captured by some of
:'? command near Front Royal,
he was tied to a horse, dragged through
the streets by his mother's residence,
and he and several others were taken
to a tree a short distauce from town
and hung. These young men were
regular soldiers and were entitled te
such treatment a? captives generally
From a Southern stand point, it was
a moat feindlsb act of barbarity, from a
S Ihren stand point, if we may judge
fv the wiiting of this correspondent, it
was in the interest of humanity. A
few days after this occurence, Mosby
.red a number of the command
which had so cruelly murdered his men.
He made them draw lots and taking a
number of them to the Valley pike
along which the Yankee command was
accustomed to march, hung them and
placed upon their bodies placards upon
which were written notices that for every
one of his men that should be murdered
capture, he would hang live
yanl notice had a good affect
and the yankees ceased to regard the
cold blooded murder of rebels an act
?'in the interest of humanity." This
puffed up Pharisee continues :
"We too often forget in our enjoy?
lutnt of tlie fruits of our victorias
through what they have come. While
ell hatred should be buried, and we
shouhl great all who wish to meet usas
citizen? and upholders of one common
country, yet we should never forget our
vktoriaa and their price. Men who
were once rebels may become good
Citizens, and. with those who foujht for
the Union, may fight for it in the future,
and many deserve our respect and
honor for what they shall do. but when
th? y assemble under their old name, as
suc?i they should not expect our en?
couragement or honor. We should not
encourage those who unwisely would
have companies of men, as rebela, meet
companie. o? Union soldiers aud exteud
t) both lioaof alike. We may all
meet alike as citizeas. but we can never
meet alike a? ?vhei and 1'iiion soldiers.
To honor both alike is to distort the
t nf justice oftahoae who sustained
the government, and even those who
once w.re rebels feel it to be unnatural
and cruel not to expect it. They were
brave nun; the land had no braver than
many of them. 1 am glad to meet
them a? citizen? ..?one country, but as
rebele, never. I have been well treated
by th? in and would treat them as well.
The hand of God, Bay reader, was
jw m. Let us hope that the
*W will come when no honorable man
??will say, boaatJngly, "Hy grandtather
lor my ruMM ?tor fought against his coun?
'try;" but if he does say it, may it be
1 A fur reading this nonsensical stuff
about respict and honor, we can very
readily imagine how he could consistly
adopt the prayer of the Pharisee and ex
} ;:, "(lod, I thank thee, that I am not
* aa ?.tl.? i men arc, extortioners, unjust.
U'lulterersaOr even as this" poor rebel.
He evidently read but one side of the
war history and when he was informed
of the real strength of the contending
forces and that Gen. Lee's array was so
much smaller than he had been taught
to believe, lie exclaims. "Such stuff as
that on the part of men who claim to
be above the common herd." The offi?
cial records are to be had, but this
brainlC?c correspondent cannot be ex?
pactcd to seek the truth,especially when
the truth would demonstrate the fact
there arc no greater enemies of a gov?
ernment or tra'lors to a country than
the*? who by fraud and treacherv would
Offirp the highest offices of the land. '
The man who openly and bravel
for his political rights stands up
same platform that Washington
pied, while those that trea
usurp the offices to which they
entitled are no less traitors tha
Sene Sev Figures.
During the canvass for mem
legislature, last fall, there was s<
conflict of statement as to the am
our State debt, there cannot
honest doubts in some minds
subject. By reference to the re]
corapanying the "Acts," jus
published, it will be found t
"grand aggregate" is put down
Auditor at $41,220,752.76. Ofth
?5,296,409.23 is due and unpaid it
The amount ol coupon? due.
fall due, on the 1st of July is $
416.00, to meet which the est
revenues are $690.000.
In this connection, if we woult
a correct idea of the financial sit
we must consider that there
money for the public schools.
ensuing year; that there is some
009 due the school fund, that hr
misapplied to interest and othei
poses, and that the regular app
tions. or a greater part of them, t
lunatic and deaf and dumb asylni
unpaid. Of the deficit above
$176,271-64 is interest on the li
fund, dedicated to the purposes of
tion for more than half a century.
The way-faring man, though
may not err in ciphering out tin
truth from these official figures.
llow did Virgiuia incur such a
is tho natural inquiry.
We answer, by the bribery of i
ate and irresponsible legislate)
1870-71 through the ageuts am
torueys of yankee brokers, to pas
infamous funding bill, which is be
be a contract despite the cleme
fraud, which by a universal rule c
vitiates everything it touches,
war interest, amounting to $6,S37,
31 was first compounded into tho
and then the reconstruction lui
amounting to $3,187,243.93 was
pounded into this, thus tncreasin
interest bearing debt more than
This is the debt which it is pro]
by Governor Holliday and bis
friends among the Tobacco Kxcli
aud Board of Trade of Eicbmon
destroy the schools and Increase l
to pay. This is the debt which '
told appeals to the hw-A? ? firgit
wt," ,.- .c trammeled by iron clad e
aud military mercenaries dnriutr it
cumulation. This is the debt wh
court of appeal* has decided to b
contract notoriously purchased al
hands of forty-two negroes and SCI
How will you remedy it say
scoffers who rejoice over Virg'u
degradation? We answer, equity
eliminate fraud trota the contract
tween individuals when the law all
ne remedy; and the Equity Court
this case is the Soverign pesplv,
will yet adjudicate it.
A silver mine has been discovert.
Ilillsboro in Loudoun county.
Mr. James Barbour lias been quitt
during the week, but is much impro
at present.? Culjiepcr Neva.
Some of our farmers have common
threshing their wheat, aud as usual
disappointed in the yield. The %vhi
is indifferent in quality and the y i
Grange Hall, iu Stauung, was s
last week and purchased by the city
the sum of $13,000. The lot and bui
ing originally cost near $50,000.
The first ucw wheat offered iu t
market was sold to-day by Char
Wallace & Bro., to J. B. Ficklin
Sons, of the Bridge water Hills at $1,
The quality was 'fair' white.?Fr
Harold S. Scott of Smyths coun
Va., was sentenced at the U. S. Coi
at Abingdon last week to six years
the Albanj penitentiary for counterfs
iug gold and silver coin. He w
captured iu Northern Ohio, where
was prosecuting the business.
We regret to learn that the dwellll
house efMaJ. George X. Ferneyhoug
in the northern part of the county, w
destroyed by lire on Monday moral!
last, about II o'clock. But little of tl
furniture in the house was saved. Tl
house took fire from a stove pive.
The Lynchburg News invites the a
teiition of the companies of Danvilli
Chnrlottesville, Staunton, liebmoni
Petersburg, Norfolk, ??fee, to an offer <
a gold medal lo the best-drilled whit
military company present at the Lyncl
burg Fair next October.
Tin: i'ai.i.kn Bishop.?It is to b
regretted that Bishop McCoekry appear
before the world as a fallen prelate
His own lawyer had to tell him that th
evidence ol his lewdness aud debauch
I ery was such that his case could not b
defended. The standing committees o
tho diocese of Michigan, after socurioj
the most crushing evidence of th
Bishop's guilt, announced that the;
would bring the Bishop to trial at tin
earliest opportunity. They determine!
to cut out the ulcer from the church a
osee, and they compelled McCeskry t<
send in a resignation of his ministiria
office in* every degree. The ex*Biabo|
is about to sail for Jurope, where hi
will remain. It is highly honorable t(
the Protestant Episcopal church that
although the startling report of tin
Bishop's debauchery was widely dis?
believed at first, and the prelate whom
so many had implicitly trusted wa?
defended, yet as soon as the evidence
was fully brought forth, the man who
had disgraced his profession was cast
out of the church, and not one effort
was made to cover up hi? guilt. Mc
Coskry's case is unusually i evoking and
| calculated to injure the cause of Chris?
tianity, but not to the extent that hig
continuante in office with a cloud rest?
ing upon him would injure it. The
prompt action of the standing com?
mittee after securing evidence will be
commended by all right thinking peo?
ple, whether churchmen or not.?
LouitvilU Courier Journal, J
A Washington dispatch to the Haiti
more Sun says that it is estimated the
wheat crop this year will yield four hun?
dred million bushels?the larcest ever
produced m tho United States. It is
believed the yield per acre last year was
was greater than it will be this year, but
the average of wheat is much greater
Gev. Mathcws,of West Virginia, is
confident that there will be no labor in?
surrection in his State this summer.
lie says that the re laliens between em?
ployers and workmen are of the plcas
antest sort, and that the latter are too
law-abiding and intelligent to have their
wrongs redressed save by legal meas?
A military company has been organ?
ized atShepherdsto.vn, W. Va., with
John II. Zittle, editor of the Regtstcr,as
Cen. Beverly Robertson, thccx-Con
federate cavalryman, was summoned to
West point. N. Y., as a witness in the
Fata dohn Porter court-martial.
A salt Lake husband asked for a di?
vorce because his wife had not informed
him before their marriage that one of
her arms was badly scarred.
Howard Miller, the Tunker minister
of Pennsylvania, who recently made a
tour af the Valley of Virginia, writes
home that the kindness aud courtesy In
received leads him to believe "that the
northern man who benaves himself, in
the ordinary acceptation of the term, will
find a pleasant horac among the people
A Bridgeport man san:; and played a
guitar for an hour before his sweetheart's
house, the other evening. Then his
rival appeared at the window and thank?
ed him lor the serenade.
It is now believed at Madison. Wi?..
that the reports of Indian trou1.
Burnett county, in that Slate, are. sen
satlonal, and liave very little ioanda?
The Washington correspondent of the
Utica Herald says that the Potter Com?
mittee have s;x weeks' work before
them ere the investigation is ended.
The same correspondent asserts that the
President has had some sharp words
with Secretary Sherman because the '.ut?
ter did not deny Instantly that he wrote
the alleged letter to Anderson.
,?..,.' t i, ... ...... ... ?riperinten
eut of public instruction in Pennsylva?
nia, has been appointed by t?'ov. Ilart
ranft commissioner on the part of thai
State to inqure and examine into the in?
dustrial schools an.] systems of general
and technical education in the various
countries of Europe.
Pearson and Sadler, who it is supposed
outraged ?he persan of Mrs. Groves
near Mitehellville. Tenn.. May 10,
were taken from the Springfield (Tenn.)
jail at one o'clock Thursday morning
by one hundred armed men and,hanged.
They protested their innocence to the
Four hundred of the SIX hundred
coopers in Chicago went on a strike
Thursday for an advance ofwiges. The
rate fixed last February, and prevailing
since then, is thirty cents per barrel.
The coopers' union voted to assist them
in their strike.
A Large Colony of Germans has
settled in Tyler county, Texas, where
they are putting a farm o? |
acres under one feuco. The residen ? ?
of the colouists are built together in a
town plat as la Germany. They hav
With them doctors, merchant?, black?
smiths, etc., and are perfectly indepen?
A man committed suicide by jump?
ing from a ferryboat at Philadelphia.
Saturday night. It was thought to have
been Geistlich, the murderer, but the
captain of the beat, on being shown a
photograph of Geistlich, was positive he
was not the aian. The slip tender
thought the picture looked something
The Western Ncbraskian says: '1
will be about half a billion of dollars'
worth of cattle shipped over the Union
and Pacific railroad this season to the
East; aud is not the business of suffi?
cient value to giye it some protection:''
Allowing the steers to be worth |400
each on the range, this would give 12,
500.000 cattle to be shipped from that
region. Again allowing 10 cattle to the
car, it would require G25.000 cars to
transport them, or 20,833 trains of 30
cars each, or about 70 trains a day for
every working ?lay in the year. Tho350,
000 credit to the Texas drive, and thoSi
already shipped would bu but a drop in '
the bucket, to say uothing about the en?
tire number of cattle contained in the
whole country. The whole number of
cattle, of every kind, young and old,
according to the census of 1870.was 23,?
820,60s. Nebraska is a fertile and al?
so great State, so far as territory is con?
cerned. The actual number carried by
the Union and Pacific out of Nebraska
for the year will show this statement to
have been drawn with a very flexible
string to the, bow.
The Weilern Body Snatthers. Sulls tfalnit
Cincinnati, .itinc 18.?-The search
for the body of young Devin, whose
grave at North Pend was robbed Some?
Urne ago. was prosecuted rigorously
after the finding ofllon. J, Scott Har?
rison's body i.i the medical college here.
With the aii' of detectives the body wa?
traced to Ann Arbor, Mich., and there
discovered in apicklinr* vat ol the medi?
cal college. It was recovered and re-1
?ntencdat North Bend with impressive
ceremonies. In the rrii'antime the rob?
bery of graves at North Beud was
braught to the notice of the [?rand jury,
and after careful investigation they re?
turned indictments against Dr. Morton,
a resurrectionist, and J. G. Marshall,
janitor of Ohio Medical College. .Mor?
ton's whereabouts; are not known, hut
Marshall will beheld for trial.
The grand jury having failed to in?
dict the faculty of the Ohio and Miami
Medical Colleges for complicity in the
robbery of the graves of Scott I fan,.?mi
and young Devins, General Barrisoa
and Joseph C. Ocvin. relatives of the
deceased persons, have decided to in?
stitute civil suits against the colleges,
claiming $10,W0 damages in each case.
A similar suit will be brought against
the Ann Arbor Medical College. Emi?
nent counsel hare been retained and the
suits will be pressed.
Daller and the mJsssssl BUI.
IIlS DlSSKNT I ?.
i in: JuDioiAjn Committee
CHABAOmiBTIC "BbIKF" I'll)
Tin: Lowki.i. l..\\\ y::i:.
Washington. June 18.?Gen, Be
1er, as an Individual member ol tl
judiclarv committee, to-daj submittt
to the Bouse t>| I
reasons for disscntim; from the rest
lntion and repon of tho majority m r
gard io the Inviolability of I
dent's tille. l?e -
"The resolution of tin; ?..
limply an u
two houses o? i he Forty -
having counted tl,.
dent and Vice-Pri idi nt, and dec?an
.;!; ni the eh : u,
power in a subsequent < ongr - i < ?
?iiat declaration. < i lain I am
that opinion ?m this qu
?uktd by tin: State.,!' M
by the resolution of the -
bill. Both sought only.
the courts. I could agree to tin
opinion, and yet thi
to tin.' committee ? ould ?
That 'declaration,' If made, can nev
be reversed, elthi ?
courts." lb "ith the c m
miitce that *
tier the constitution tu i onfei
Supreme I !i in; of the :. ?
original jurisdiction sou ?
Hlair-Kininiel bill, bu
"The qm stlon al
actual Tu si
has a just and legal tl
holds. A contestation U] .
linn. If il '.v. : i
.ii, would :?
max ?eil i
troversy 11 tu een i onl n?lina partii
under the forms of law beli
If a proper law were
this contention could
before the Supreme <
the people ol the Unil
the Attorney General, or b
known means, then
doubt thai a lca ' wi .
raising under the
of the United >:
would !?? withln the
the United Mat
one Sopri me Courl
courts as the t'1 :
to time ordain and estai
tenlion dot t not involve a ?
of the constitution and
jurisdiction of the Supi
U sp cilicall] \
power by the constitu
and universal . r in
and jurisdiction bj in
the Su| r< nie Cou
f. u m.
and oi.i ! Iioin tin ir
tent tie m
of opinion that I
the I'ramci'i of tl
brace an 01
opinion, bul i.e
could I?' - U|
claimed to ;..
between a :
State. Tlie que lio i :.:
such question, h i- :?. ??
the United States the
oi' and t'n i
equity no title. A
part to eiihur n?' tl
deuce oi the "?'.?
eannot try a caei.
ol' the judiciary arc I
of law on tie- pari ol -
of state or the tr
ccrs exisl unlj ?ii
gres8, an I
provisions of la ??
the functions ol Hie Pi
Ing which Cougn ?
power by a i o-tliirds v ib
ih" judiciary lo the Pr
acts of lie' I';. -
casiou to pronouni
dent or ot1
constitution or to I
moi'i justice. And as to I
the President, ?
.le- t!,;tt bl
land ? G 1 thai i : .
the United Stati - shoul I evei
is be not an
? ;. i.-' | ,
of another, may
courts]1 A ir I yet, a
theory of tl
mit the grt a
other power. 1 du mo
test agamsl all such
the office of the ?
the United Stal ?? . hi ;
above the law, am! I ..
condition of the 11
which unchall? n> d wise n i men
an- driven to
iv of the "d -
of the lioii', ;
made loi _?.
tor any constitutional I
c?dent !o;- Iho D
body in the counting ol t!.
votes. I du le : .
would stand for o
wire it not that ail ?,,.
ii> creation mit ti.. -, acl i : iid
in what tle\ ii -I lowai ; thai
they acted und i lencc, ol
revolution, ol civil wui ? ? 1rs und iip
prehensions v. 1 '
to c'.car perceptions of constitutional
duty, or which give any weigh! to the
propriety of I? gi lal re a.-.inn
dercd thereby. His remarkable, how?
ever, upou this question of the ?
the courts, that the sixth
act creating the cf. ctoral ?
provided as follOWi : "Thai
?iis act shall he hid to impair any
right now existing, under the
lion and laws tu nut Btion by proceeding
in the jlldical celui mied
Slates tiie rlghl or tille of ?
who shall h" di clan A ? '?
snail claim f> be Pi
I'r. rodent ol the ! nil
mich right exists.'
"ido not cite t!.
ty having an j can upon
tins question as to thi
"rreas to enable thi i oui ta to a
the tille of the Presiden',
seem- to me, and a? I I
formed by i ho? who were Instru?
tal in passing it. that II
add. ?! to th.- a -t to make it bcc? ;
to its opponents. Th il la, ? i i. ild out
a ho] e and i xpectation to '? !;
might be injured by li
conmii??ioii or the two houses that they
could have their wroOj i by
the courts?a sort ofd precatioo, as it
were, against tie and
violer ni Hi' operation ofthia
Who should I .
th.. reby. Besidi 8, lb
electoral commission, ?o coa tilated by
fears and false lui ai made by
such a vast, prep and over
whelming unanimity as would too mui
commend ItBtifto the consideration
lie Uten DOtici I the argument ml van
the committee that all the depai
i| the government, and also t!
ofthe United States, bave a
1 in the count and in the indu
(nui of President Hayes into olliec. 1
calls attention to the resolution adopt
majority of the House on tl
IthofMarin, ls77, declaring that T
den and Ileiniricks had been elects
i to the acquiescence
says it was Induced by t'
elation and violent
which overbore th' judgaieatof Co
. ating an nncenstitution
..., '.ally as hopes were he
Ibem by the sixth section of t
bill that the whole matter, if wroi
. ne. would lie tried iu a peac
?ii! and proper manner before sor
nul. in the judical de it
m of which ? verybody won
. ? fully acquiesce."
oncludea a- follows. "1 cann
but Think it remarkable that, in the fa
m ef the act establis
i !. ctoral commission, the cei
mittce should have conic t? the concl
-ion lhat'the proceedmgs ef this coi
oi ol Congress Mibseque
titute an immovable lina
law Itself declares the co
? id the contrary was emphatic!
.1 by the House of Represent!
id ol constituting tinalit
w re on their fa
r. rms merely a tempo
ary ex] db ice to avoid tl
of a lapsed election, t
. titution bad made i
innsision, ? . . by the expre
iaw. declared that it- ol
? ri provisional euly.
Pi -i? ni enti red upon h
e - notice that h
' onable in choracti
. validity, nol mad.: absolu
:. of the eitra*coast
.?.i. hm to be examin
, adjudicated upon by the i o m
to overlook or ml
a state of facts b
ist subjsction lo fi
ourls is th
. tl e committo a*
? question h
il the Supri ese t 'ouri
? - i ibem in the dlscussioi
? . bul th ' '; :
.. much larger one. 'i
ito thi - limite 1 vice of th
' in a bil
reuse to tin
. B ii the mi" slartinj
. : 77. which speaks ol 'pro
. ?ourts ol ih
?. and can it b
. the Supremi
i h ar and try ai
:. ilurc ofa quo war
?.. f any i i
p iwei be confarred oi
inl .i stated as an obje ?
of the powci
ument that thi
' . sist [icaccably ti
. of Presi
? medinm of the couru
. nnization oi' l'k
i r that may be.
? question and -i e wbai
? ? I il -.: iry. ii ii
. ol the committee
or fraud, by the forgi rj
corruption and bribery
? ; ! trad a Con
fi rged ? li ' toral certificat? f
.. i bo allowed to
? ol President ol
s. tin . ',.i n ni
? of the high du?
ad -? I ding ail its
"J ' '.n.it that our father?
any such constitution or
ruinent for the welfare
i admit thai
i ol ivei uni at,
?nal checks and
s i ai Ij idl ial rsmedii ?,
Il :an form of gov
ure, and will go out in
i ? the extinct
. and be succeeded by a
it in which the army shall pot
a for the highest biddi :
supreme exci ntive now*
d the Roman empire.
?i. is no remedy left us but
itutiou in a legiti
hich all from the
,-. i will bow,
all will qui
i. mi 'Mex*
. d' military usurpation i- the Mex*
j who ii rightfully
one I prefer is the
ol determining that
?r law .md snbmls*
mais. 1 do not dis
an y other
?j the action ol the two
. the subject ofthe
-ii!' mini acts of au
? '. ?'. himself wrong
ycrnment, because that
o this Bouse. 1 am
. ?es from my hands, to
th, whenever it arises, by
rho may occupy,
which they occupy to
with that question if ever it may
Hn.vi. V. I'll 1.1:1:.''
iiiuun'.caliei or fin, Tilton from
. Tohk, June 21. -Ata bu
; Plymouth Church to-night,
.inlay anse aud read the
icumcnt, which is the re?
if the examining committee in Mrs.
Jane le. -To Plymouth
: 1 havi been instructed by the
? commitli e to present the fol
iuutes and recommendation
: '( i.ai.'e of uu Christian
.; 1 willful violation of lu r
ona with the church,
? specifications made
litt? e !.. Mrs. Barbara Wal?
ton against Mrs. Elizabeth B. Til ton,
of this church." Thi
committ? o r. ported i? entertain th ?
? i to furnish Mrs. Tilton with
i onnectcd with it, and notify her to ap
tbe committee to make such
: to the cha;_'. ? M she may see
? of notice was made,
i answer Mrs. T'.lton forwarded
by th- hands of Mr. Wheeler and Mr.
i written communication to
admitting the truth oftho
: lier, aud reiter?
ating the sann to the committee. Af
1er the reading of Mrs. Tilton'* coos?
iii'inica'.ion the gentlemen who present?
ed it were aaked i1'Mrs. Tilten d?
to present any evidence or la have
further time, to which interrogation
red definitely. No. she did
not.' Ader taking testimony it was
y the committee that th?'charges
III. m il i ii ? 1. and thai
. omn n mend that Mrs. Rttaa?
!e. i!) i. xi ommunicaU i from
communion and fella the
.i. r..ii.\i.i.ii-AY. Cleric."
The KpOl ' . .d adopted
unanimously, The member? had ?a
general hand-fcbaklng all around, and
congratulai? d tliat the
scandal was settled al
refused to give anv ?
the natur. i ?ply to the
ov v ?'A'l t
NKAItMT. JACKSON. MIEN. CO.
1 Will ? :
Till USD AY. ''
All Hi l|
107 ACRES, 2 flood. AND -
rifrht of th? ?ekn-y
Orada, and i aa rude N
Joining the lan-l i I .!? hi ' ?
f.ntz and otlieiH. I bel
eo '?tata .if u g ....I qualltj of 1
a- a of the ?ama ?
k nvited t? exunln? the pre-aii
? Kiven t? th? parcbaaai
th<> tcrn.H of UM Se.'?, Mi I
unt lensnl ta ?'
fesd the etrsw on the pise?. Other co :
Une? *<?. natte ki?.? m oi
TERMS OF S '
On? ihlr.l of tli??? parcha??
thi) day of ?al.,
of one and two jreara, with Inl
?nrcbaaer firing b. nd a [th
1 In dl? i
until payni.nt of Hie Isat b Hid.
Sal? to .? irai ?
attenlieii r/ill :.? |
TO MY MTRQNST
Mv thn ihlaf a i
bt-l'jru hit ratu n,
I.1 Barplt I M,
AtIEHK'A\ v i
I../V. 1 IB ?
B'llKilMA, To WIT:
* I .
.Ir.l!. ?IT, ! -
Dae. 19, II
i icb?anj del t- due
thU sue. ? i
do ap, ear h?re within OU. I
their Inter, .-t: th il :i . .
oaea a week f.>r font hi
said comity, on
court. '. IV. MILEY, C. 0. I
'. ?' ;y i
VIKfllNU, m '???I 1':
In lie Clei
Shenandoab, ic- th
i lh.k. r, ?rmri
Ilalc. r, who ?u.
Wui. Miller aiul John a.I
H.U) until paid
I .1 the f'iiih. r an
fri m f-ept. Mth, I8C0 until |
il.nl- ii pi
danta f?m. M
'. W. MILKY,
a i '. 111 : .1 -. i cbt) . i
tlnti BiaBtifeetaret "i ;
quality, ?ritt lee* lab >r ;
June 13?St. Va;
One thorough '
lor ?al'* low. will
Nt ol .liuit:.
\| i. ?lib -II.
Atldrra?, Dr. W. J*qt UN .* ? ??.,
U? Weal ?lath Mtrix t. ? inrlnnult, O.
May. sth?lv. '
S, S, BANNER,
71 tu 1.
: m a Kcneril
... a dry
Diseases of tbe
/ 8 - l-roat and Lungs,
?us Coughs, Colds,
' t') lllC
' ?:05t of
WER k CO., Lowell, Mass,,
* . !EttE.
Q-TJTTA ESBCHA PAI-TT,
! Stone or Brick Structures,
OUTSIDE WORK. Send
NT COMPANY, 35?
CANNED FRUIT, CBEASE, BALT
I itic Fruits.
CORN MEAL, BACON,
COAL ?'U. A
always oejhaad sad
i, A trial will show
I tin' lowest cash
- of Country lVodacc
W. II. ALBERT.
Pit I VATE SALE
f ue de
JOHN BAI M.
: ling the above can I??
The greatest o-lltction of Mineral Water? la
-..I for aalue and rarlety of mediMl pre.
partial, ?aith eleratsd location, dry ?ad Kxbilar?t
mUin ?ir toroutribat? te their remedial
qualities. The lnrre???d aud Improved betel
capacity, the bountifully ?nuplied table with tb?
? eaa affoid, ta? ?xeeedlagly ecoua
nilral board rates, tn.l Ibe ?SVlent m?nageaient
of the Eatabtiahmanl by experieuced hotel men,
-th.- |>r< im. tor to offer auperior Indues
fot the MiaaB of 187*. to thole ?eekinf
health, r. uremeiit ana pUa?ure?t a watering-place
I ton l'il Unten, The Proprietor of
j Orkney Springs, fully appreciating bnilnee? da.
11, oiler? the following r-duced rates of
I! ..i i, graduated according to room* occupied,
j and the i. iii.ii. r of jiersen? in each room Board
! per day for one week and leee than twe. $1.50, 92
' and (ASS. Hoard pe. week for two week? an*
iaa four, (-.. flu, $11 and $14. Board per
month for one month and lea? than two, $30, $85.
!??. und $15, Minister?, Phyalcian* and member!
Iba ?ut?ti.,1 to a tvr cent, die
KHttl . ? the aoove rates. Children under 13
rants half price. l-'auiillee and
'iiiinb. ring seven or more, who d??ire te
B Um entire ?.-?son, can make ?pecial'eeu
? .1 a reJu turn on the above rate?. |
1 h? ??as.in will open nu Suturday, th? lith ?f
n the l?lh of 0
Ail e. nnuuni.'ationa addressed to A. W. Jones,
Proprh tor at Orkney gprlncs, shenaudoah county
i] t attention.
DR. D D. CARTER,
Physician ana Surgeon,
' Baa had an . :i.nce in the
van .11- da profession.
EV Etpseial att.-ntioii glv.n to Surgery and
:?:.? and children.
! OFFICE A RESIDENCE MAIN ST. OPP. COURT
O&tJimj Stets, opposiU Welsh's
A RARE CHANCE
$7,800 FOR 9-1 .?00,
A VALUABLE FARM 01 BEI ?? low
.... the ex
i i? umleras geod fencing and ?tats
U ?rae then. The quality ?f
? - well, ib..ut 188 ?cr?a
mes I in | l timber.
lO est a ate?m
The ln?f*iuie*aaati r.j??i?u
A GOOD DWELLING BOUSE,
.rely utiilr-r new .-?ver, ?ad
.??.I aa.l in fair re
1 iir. . the faring in l?rg?
I haaer will get
? to ?ere? of
:? not flattered
t g ?? 1 ??S
?he nui t, 11-1 mile? freu
I .a the Valley pike, aad 1-1
: Dep ?. j ' m.les s. vf. ef
Haq fl brah. h of til? B. ?
". h. B,
VW" 1 dien address ta? ?ib
Apr. 1? -.A. SUJOS
IS SPRING GOODS
n m mm m
ivliieli I shall be constantly
t] to ex?
hibit my stock to my
.?til otlu rs
sary to enumer?
ate articles or give
; suffice it to say
that my stock is complete in
all its details ami that I .rill not be
UNDERSOLD HY ANY ONE.
MT Call and sas foryounal -
MILLINERY SOODS ! !
MISS JANE MYERS ?atorra?, her old
customers sod the pubi'u* *-eoarall*f thst
?be has jusl return**] from Baltimore
wi.li ;i flue stock of seasonable millinery
goods, consisting of
RIBBONS, FLOWEBU ?v..
tvblchwiUb? sold at low prices. Her
?.!<> late ?Hid ?till pl<e:?-C !?H who
will exambie her stock. Aordlal In?
-?tended to all who de.?iic to
-.'. tut mo-t raahlonal - - al the
? .\ est prices.
Mav 1.1 ? lm...
HAAS & BROTHERS,
All ot' which will he sohl
HEAT FOB CASH OK ri.ODl'CE.
?ivo us a call and satialy your
wfvea thai all goods will be sold
June I -tl
CiiMMISSIriNI KS OFFICE
Woodstock, Va. Jane luth 18TS.
lo the creditor? of Amu M. ?ttckley deed.
foa ?re uereliy notified that 1 hare fizad ?pon
Saturday the Mil day of July 1ST?, at may offlce
to take an account of debt? ?garnit th? catate of
1. Stickley deceased.
When and where you are requited t j attend ?lui
bring proof of you demand?.
? Sal execntor of aald
i andtiiveu nader my hand aa oomr. tn
chy. of aald court the day and year fir?t aforesaid.
June n-?w. I K. bllCALKV.
?**?"??*?*'lit tret? J. B o^nor.1 f yo., (*?/*??> UL