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II rOBLIinZD WE?KLT B?
SHENANDOAH HERALD PUBLISHING CO
\Ve.liie*<lny Any-11, 1878.
On last Monday, the sovereigns of
Shcnandoah enjoyed the opportunity of
hearing the speeches of candidates for
Congress. Parson hfsssoy led oil' in a
speech of about two hours, lie is a
very pleasant speaker aud he ?ras
listened to with close attention, lie
discussed the financial condition of the
State, and of the country at large. He
is a forcible readjuster. He condemned
the diversion of Lie school fund of the
state. He was followed by Capt. Jno.
l'uni of Harrisonburg, whose sp? e? h
has be?, n favorably spoken of. Hi.?
views upon the subject of the State
debt correspond In the main with those
of Mr. ltassey. Jutlgc Allen followed
in a few remarks upon the subject of
Judge Harris,o:i account of sick
was nut present. Our people are ready
to bear a full discussion of tbe questions
before they determine whom they will
support. As the case now stands, it
seems to be a choice ofmeu instead of
a choice of measures. It is to bo hoped
that all the issues will be fully present?
ed to the people before the day of elec?
Ale. says : Ji
Irom indications the time of the Con?
onal conveutiou to assembl? in
this city on tho 28th hist., will be
?principally oc upied in determining the
right to sets of con testing delegations.
Two sets of delegates will appear from
the First Hard in Alexandria; from the
Dransville Fairfax; from tho
IFarrenton and Salem district m
Fauuqicr; from the entire county ol
Orange, from one district in Madison,
and from one or more in Culpeper, with
Bappahannock, IFarrcn, Clarke.
I'; 1er! and Loudoun yet to hear from.
ecn millions vt' the live twenty
bonds were called in for redemption by
tiie Secretary ol the Treasury during the
?reek. Dining July twenty
million* were called, nnd >:nr\c yiav ]
of this year the calls have aggr?
:.??a'.? to be redeemed with
the proceeds of the new lour per cent.
bonds. The annual interest charge of
? 'Ve;muent has therefore been re*
duceJ to the extent o? one million two
hundred thousand dollars since tl
We - all on the
si le : the re-adjustmenl 411
to be Forcible B
Th< ir dis ussioi ... what like
the negro's dispute with bis master.
lie said. "Ole massa and mo sputed
about an hour." What about? "Why
... he said squashes growed best in
damp around and I said so too."
The greal question in this canvi ?
re-adjustment of the Slate debt, Mas
scy is a forcible rc-adjoster, i'aul i? a
forcible re-adjuster. Harris is a forci?
ble rt-adjuster, Take your choice and
voto fot lb? man that will represent
The Basten Journal thinks that 'then
is in effect but on ?re the peo?
ple of the Northern States, and that is
whether or not the country will have
an honest dollar, nnd whether or not
tbe government will faithfully koep its
promises to its creditors.'
The FFythevHIe Convention r? fused
to m. - - Congr? ?ional
campaign ?ither forr- 0 or on
the greenback qn
oator Thurman will leave Wash?
ing for Ohio to-day, and will make bis
long-anUci] . at Dayton on
the 13th instant. It is said that he will
then reply.so tar as the letter relates to
his connection with the organization of
the electoral commis ion, to Mr. Mar?
ble's recent letter to the World show?
ing Gov. THden's antagonism to the
There is 1 - itement at
Yuma. Arizona, over a threatened raid
by Indian.?, who * : tiy gather?
ed iu some numbers in th< vicinity of
that town. Iby the absence
of troops-, seni to Idaho, and inflamed
With whiskey su; r. ptltously furnished
them. The ? "uarding ap?
proaches to the town.
The mob which took Calvin Beatty
from the ja.l of Williamson county,
Tenn., attempted to. hang him, but he
ran, was I'.rcd on, badly wounded, but
escaped, and is now in ca-tody o? the
officers. Beatty, who is charged with
outraging a six-year old white gb
tinues to a nocencsa
A very heavy rain storm occurred in
the lower part ol ion county
Md. raising the water in the Chesapeake
and Ohio canal until it overflowed the
hanks in some places. At Joel Charle's
mill, two milts east oi Four Locks, ami
seventy-six miles east w! Cumberland.
the tow-path gave way to a fearful ex
teut, variously stated at bom o? to 200
feet. It is believed, however, by well
informed canal men that the break is
not oycr sixty feet long, but as the bank
is washed away from eight feet below
the bottom ofiheeanal, it is a bad one.
and uve days, or even a week or more,
may be requited to repair it.
Frank L. McT.am, a provision and
produce dealer in Boston, was robbed
of $500 and pounded to unconsciouMiess
while alone in his store yestcsday morn?
ing. Tbe thief is nuknown.
At ft meeting at Long Branch, X. !..
?frepresentatives ot thirteen Hunk and
Western railway lines,the rale of Height
for cattle from western points to the
acaboard was fixed on the basis of sixty
pcuts from Chicago to New Vork. j
The democrats of the fourth district
of Virginia have uominntcd Capt. W.
The Havana, Cuba, official report
shows that 501 deaths from yellow fe?
ver and C3 from small pox occurred m
that city during the month of July.
Two fire engines collided at Chicago
yestertlay, killing Fireman George Bau
and badly injured Frenian Shaughuoaay.
Both engines were running to a fire and
met on a corner.
The Arkansas greenback men could
not get enough delegates together lo
hold a State convention, but their State
committee have put a ticket iu the
The democracy of Weakley county,
Tena., has resolved on the settlement
ment ol the State debt at S3] cents on
The electiou in Alabama on Monday
for State and couutv others resulted in
nu overwhelming democratic victory,
even the former republican strongholds
having gone democratic by large ma?
jorities. The colored men in large num?
bers all over the State worked and vo?
ted with the dem?crata.
On Tuesday, four miles from Maeon.
Ga., four men robbed W. W. English, a
miller, of a small amount >'i money and
several bushel? of meal, by choking
and overpowering him. The robbers
are supposed to be tramps. They all
Abel and Jesse Good, and a man
named Cost, white, ami a colored man
named Brown, have been arrested and
lodged in jail at Moundsville,Wcst Va..
charged with having stolen several hun?
dred dollars' worth of goods from a
height train on the Baltimore and Ohio
Iu New York, yesterday morning, a
young woman named Maggie Fitzger?
ald, whilstinloxcated, jumped from the
roof ei her residence and was killed, lu
the same city, yesterday, a Frenchman
named Francia Gross, a restaurant
keeper, shot himself in the head with a
revolver, cansina a frtal wound.
Rev. G. D. Mackay, the representa?
tive in Formosa ol the Canada Pres
byterrian Mission, was married on the
?Tth of May at the British consulate, in
iu Tamsui, to a young native of north?
ern Formosa, name? 1 Chang Mi.i Tsonz.
The lady is said to be clever, and she
is c[' course a convert to ChUtianity. Mr.
Mackay is the first o? his order, accord?
ing to the China Mai!, who has taken a
One hundred armod horsemen went
to the jail at Franklin, Tennessee.Tues?
day nicht, broke it open and took out
Calvin Bealty, colored, aged 18, charg?
ed with having outraged a six-ye ar old
daughter of Daniel Cbrisman, a promi?
nent citizen, while returning from
school last Friday. They probably
iiung him, but no trace of his body can
It is proposed to hold a Missis!
valley commercial convention at New
Oilcans ucxt November. The Demo?
claims that it Will be the big thing
of the year, as St. Louis. Chicago,Kan
ty, Louisville and Cinciunatti are
to be represented at their best. The
river craft of the Mississippi, Ohio and
their tributaries will get up a grand na?
val review from New Orleans clear
down to the jetties.
A duel was fought at (''.?all.tira Sla
tiofl, Miss., on ihc 5 th of Aug., b tween
John C. Golding and Benj, Orey, e?!
New Orl?ans, the latter being the chal?
lenging party. The distance was twen?
ty paces and the weapon? navy rcvol?
>oi Guiding received a ball in the
thigh the first lire, which ended tho en?
counter, and the duelista left the lie!.!.
On .Vedncsday last, at ?perryville,
ttappabaacock county, Va., a dispute
arose iu a saloon over a trivial matter
between G G wood and Tazewell Finch?
aur.in which the former received four?
teen gashes, ranging in his breast.
abdomen and Bide, inflicted by the latter
with -i pocket-knife. After resistence
Fincham was arrcstedjand lodged in
?ail. If IS IUpp0S*d Wood will recover.
A dispatch received in Cincinnati
says : Lx-Mayor Brown, of Berea, O..
aras arrested Wednesday charged with
obtaining'moBcy unelerjfalsc pr?t
and being connected with a gang of
burglars which have been operating in
that vicinity for sometime past. It is
alleged that while Brown was mayor he
entered into a fraudulent arrangement
with the town marshal to receive two
dollars for every arrest made by the
TERBIBLH ACCIDENT OH THE PITTS
BURG, CINCINNATI AM? Si. LOCI S
KAII.HOAIi?FIFTEEH PERSONS KILL?
PlTTSBCRO. La.. Aug. 7.?T!?e fast
line on the Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St."
Louis railroad, which kit this city at
11:17 last night, met with a terrible ac?
cident at a point one and a-balf miles
west of Mingo Junction, Ohio. The
train was composed of two sleepers.
one hotel ear. one baggage, two postal
cars and two coaches, the latter
occupied by emigrants. At 1 o'clock
A. M., at the point named, the fast
line, which was twenty minutes behind
time aud running at Una rate ol forty
miles an hour, cclheled with a freight
train, and the entire train, except the
hotel car and sleepers. WM thrown from
thi' track and fearluily wrecked. Eleven
or twelve persona are reported killed
and fifteen to twenty seriously wounded.
All the passengers in the sleep.
cai'cel without serious injury, the loss of
life being confined to those in the for
ward cars, occupied by postal i
The Cincinnati postal car was thrown
oyer an embankment SO feet and com
plctely demolished. The postal clerks,
Frank D. Graham, A. YV. Andrews and
\v. Johnson were killed. George L.
Morcan bed a leg broken. The St.
s car was thrown over an embank
. ment on its cnel aud badly wrecked ; the
postal clerks, G. L. Weast, W. II.
Houston and J. C. Matthews were in?
jured, but it is supposed not fatally.?
The baggage and emigrant cars were
thrown from the track and badly wreck?
ed, while the last coach and s]
remained on the track, and the occu?
pants escaped almost unhurt. The
killed and wounded were taken on a
special train to StettbcnviUe, Ohio,
where officers of the road did everything
in their power to make the wounded
comfortable. Both public and private
houses were open to serve them, ami
they received the attention of the best ]
physician? of the town.
Second Convention of Concordia
District ot Ibe Evangelical Li
Joint St aoel or Olile? and either
This Synod has been in scssic
ing the last week at Mt. Calvary (
near Woodstock, Rev. H. Wetze
tor. This hotly is one of the L
of the Joint Synod of Ohio and
States, which is again a elistrie
still larger body, the Syuodical I
encc. Although this district is yi
young, it already numbers ten m
and fourteen congregations. As
of the readers of the HERALD ar
or lest interested in the labors
body, we lake pleasure in furnish
(?allowing brief account of its pi
The pastora present at this u
are : Rev. A. A. Halm, Pen
county, W. Va? Rev. A. Pficugc
timor?, Md., Kev. W. M. Bibert
Flat, W. Va., Kev. P. 8. Bwi
and vicar J. 0. Miller, Wayne
Va.. Kev. E. L. B. Tressel, Bait
Md., Rev. E. G. Tressel, Wash!
I). C, Rev. H. Wetzel, Woof
Rev. G. W. Lose, Strasburg, Va.
.1. E. Seneker, Cabin Bill, Va.
K.v. ?Prof. C. H. L. Schutte, vice
dent of Joint Synod, Columbus.
Ten of the fourteen congregation!
represented by lay delegates, b
many visitors from the neighborit:
tcr congregations were present
The opening sermon was preach
Wednesday morning by Rev.
Seneker, text, 1 Cor. l, 10, tl
"That Ye All Speak the Same 'I
Joined Together In Ibe Same Mini
in the Same Judgment." The sp
exhorted to unity in confession
practice and to charity in our del
with each other. Synod was the!
ganized by electing Kev. E. L. S. '
tel, president, Ktv. J. K. Seneker,
president, Kev. G. W.Losc, secrc
the former president having Bret n
Wednesday afternoon was tak?
by the. appointing of comni
the transaction of other business.
On Wednesday evening Rev. g
Lose preached to a large audieue
"The Blessedness of Christian Fel
ship," text, Matt. is. 20.
Thursday forenoon was tCCUpiee
discussing These? on the subject oft
or Mixed Communion, presente;
Rev, 11. Wetzel. In these Thesei
author in plain language i et forth
BinfulneSB of Buch practice and rel
by clear scriptural testimony the n
objections brought up against close i
munion in these days of false and m
h uuionism. Thursday afternoon
devoted to the snt'jcct of miSBlonal
A lengthy report was submitted I
committee appointed at the last coir
lion, consisting of Rev. E, L. S. Tre
and Kev. A. Pdeugcr, both of li;
Thi :? port called attention
the great need of a moro earnest
willing spirit in tbil direction. El
cially did the committee plead that w
be commenced at once In Shetland
Valley aud portions of West Vir?
where there are many Lutherana enl
Iy uncarcd for. Several cities were
commended as centres .in which i
?ionary work should be begun at
earliest possible timo. Several wi
and elcqucnl appeals were made dur
the at: ? more earnestness
the part of the pastor-, and grei
liberality on the part of the lay me
bera in Ibis cause. Thursday even
an abie and cloejm nt sermon was
livered by Rev, A. Pfl luger on the s
jectofThe Sacrament of the Altar,
which a very large audience gave
On Friday forenoon the remain
Theses of Rev. Wetzel wer? dlscust
and adopted, after which a ?eric?
Theses on "Announcement for C?
meuion before Confession and Abso
tion" weretakenup. As we can i
here give the argrinenls and expiai
lions, which were certainly quite edi
ing, it may not be amiss to give i<
readers the These- themselves.
1. Announcement for Communion
that old ami well tested cburcbly on
whereby each member of a congre?,
tion wishing to commune at an nppioi
ed time himself informs the pastor
inch desire and ask lor a personal cc
?J. To prevent the abuse and pro fa i
tion ot the Lords Supper, the iacr
trust of the church, tins practice i?.
mo-t valuable aid.
?'!, [a tho discharge ef bis duties a
to meet hie responsibilities the rust?
of announcement is a great assista
and strong safe guard to the pastor.
-I, For each member ef the chur
and for the church at large this is
salutary that to wantonly neglect it
M with it would be very injurio
5. On account of its object and <
account of the nature of absolution at
its aim ai preparatory to the Lor
buppcr, announcement ihould precei
confession and absolution.
The discussion of these Tin ses wi
continued during several Bel
y wire adopted.
On Friday evening the good people
Mt. Calvary were ogam edified by
! sermon on John 3, 18?21. di livered l
Kev. E. G. Tressel.
' in Saturday afternoon a coi
al -einion was preached by Rev. E. I
8. Tressel, and on Sunday morning
c ?ninuinion sermon was delivered b
Prof. C. II. L. Scbuette, after wluc
the consecrated elementa were tlistri
buted to many souls.
Various business matters were trans
a-teil during the sessions many ol wl^ic!
are *ot of general interest. We migfa
yet add that the Synod agreed t?> send ?
pie worthy young men to study fo
the ministry at our institutiou in ( oltini
I il?, promising to devote $150, toward:
I the support of one, and *'>(> lowardi
! tiic support of the ether for the firsl
year. Tho people of Mt. Calvary
! vicinity seemed to vie with each nth? i
in tcndeiing acts of kindness towarela
the minist?re! brethren and the hosts ol
Notwithstanding the hot weather the
days ppent al Mt. Calvary Were not
only profitable, but nlso plcasaut and
long to be remeuil
Concordia Synod will m.-eliicxt year
in Bethany Church, Augusta ( u Va.,
Kev. P, S. Bwmebart, Pastor.
J.. \\. L'sK. ?
T?te Tornado In \i-t, England.
WalmH(h-oki), Conn., Aug. 0.?
A terrible tornado passed over Willing
ford about 6 o'clock this evening, and
blew over houses, uprooted trees and
caused the greatest devastation. It is
estimated that the killed will number at
least twenty, while tue w ouinled n a. h
twice that number! The telagraph
wires and poles were blown down so
that it was impassible to communicate
directly with New Ilavi-n or OUtside
points. After the tornado passed it was
??und that it bail been eouliued toa belt
of territory about half a mile wide, and
the whole damage and loss of life had
occurred on the sand plains about s
Quarter of of a mile north of the railroad
station, near the lino of the New York.
New Haven and Hartford railroad. At
six ?'clock, while the men were leaving
the several factories in the vii-inity.it
began to rain gently. In a tew min?
utes the rain increased to a perfect de?
luge, while the lightning illuminated the
darkened sky as bright as ?day, and the
thunder rolled with a continuous and
deafening roar. Without a sccoud warn?
ing a tornado of wind, mingled with
hail and rain, swept across the north?
ern part of the town from west to ca?t,
and everything movable in its track was
earned away. It seemed to last bul a
moment, but its results wire frightful.
Afterwards light rain fell, which soon
passed Off, and at 8 O'clock, When the
train arrived with aid from Meridcn, the
heaven? were clear and the moon shone
brightly, By anual counting forty
dwelling houses wer?demolished and at
h-ast titty barns.
The following are among the killed,
nearly all by houses falling on them: In
the Plains schoolhsuse, ^^ the chil?
dren's desk, lav the bodi? s of Mrs. Mar?
garet ?OOncy, .lohn Mi.iiiiey and wife
and Mat hew Mooncy, Cornelius,a child.
Mr. Tracy nnd wife, Mrs, Joseph IIu-lly
and an infant child, Frederick Little
wood, Mrs. John Boyle and Mrs. John
I.vuck, making 12m all. Besides John
Cashin, aged 16, a young daughti
Robert Saunders, and| Tho?. Daily's
child. Mr?. B. Downes, Katie Cough
lin, aged 15, ?Patrick O'Neal'.
Jonn Haydcn, aged 6, ore all certainly
amoin: the killed, and it i p -
one or two more are among the ruins.
[?addition Patrick O'Neal had his
head and shoulder badly tu? ; Mary Heal?
ey, aged l?. is dying; John Clync, aged,
10, had his arm broken; John Casnin,
aiicd 16. skull fracured; .lohn Raden nnd
wife, badly wounded; Henry Sauuders,
lea broken: Mary Ann Rourk, aged 15,
dying; Mrs. Coughlin, badly injured;
Mary Tracy, wounded; John, a son ol
rick Littlewoo I, dym :: : tur of
Thomas Malhew's family wounded; two
women in John Munson's family injur?
ed; Chas. Pa?uelo, leg hurt; M
Kelly.wounded internally?Henry J
hurt about the head;Patrick O'Neal and
child; Palaick ( oughlin, injur'u ? un?
known Lawrence Downes. injured bad?
ly, and daughter dying, and many oth?
ers whose nam ? could not be ..
The scene was n In irtrendiug one.
The wooden hous
oil'their foundations from n few feel to
an i ighth ?-f a mile. In the line of
and on each si.1,,- e-f its track lesser
damage was done, chimneys especially
Buffering. The Catholic church,
(wooilen. i an 1 the new brick high
school were totaiiy demolished. Tl
top of the brick factory of the Walling
lord community was carried away.?
were communicated to the ruins
in many cases by lamps and stoves,
and but for the rain the horror of the
affair would have been greatlj
There w? re many In? id nl -? Tli
youth Matthew Mooney was staudiugon
a railroad trink ?.. -
?oree of ?ie tornado. He was |
up liflj feet away, almos) beheaded.
Mrs. Huldy had her child in her arms;
when picked lip both W< re ?had and
aim ?si ?. alp? d. Fn I. I. lh wood was
! t-i i 11 c< 1 by flying timber as he was com?
ing borne from work. Four female
relatives of John Munson were buried
in the cellar of the house when blown
down, and it took a long while logcl
' them out. I! was reported
I killed, but wh? n fountl two ?
slightly, the other two -
oui of IX
.- and barm
bay contained therein, the latter being
lefl standing and I hinunter*
(able hon?! ? taken off. The i i
tracks were not disturbed and train* are
running ?is usual. Physicians have
i arrived, an I men have tele?
graph? ? ! Governor ?lubbar i a*kin \
?a! militia company be
| If the wounded die, al most the death
list will not exceed thirty. The !-?
property is about 1)100,000.
The tornado did COM
to property at and about Mei
Connecticut, but no lives were
rc?fr Strifkeu \ew Orleans
I t: I'
A private letter from New Orles
Dr. 1*. II. Babbit, of Philadelphia un?
der date of July .30, says the physicians
endeavor to keep quiel about tbe pr? v
alence of the yellow fever, and bu
cd measurably for three week-- or more,
until it had broken out iu four or live
different parts of the city, when the truth
could be concealed no longer. This
?? Then ensued a panicsnehas is rare?
ly witnessed. The people lefl In crowds,
by every possible mode of convcj
but there is still abundan ? ":' new ma
teri il for tho plague t?s work open, an.!
we ail know from it
spread that neither carbolic acid nor
anything else can .lay its progress. It
will prove a great calamity lo our com?
merce. Already wo are --hw oui from
all the world, and our fall trade, which
was just beginning, is virtually gone.
Bagging oi . as along the rivi r
and Texas have been countermanded
by telegrams, and cotton will be late
Icoming in. V- ? - will not c ?me to
Ian infected port, and our harbor will
Iaoon be bare of shipping. It is a sad
prosp? ei ?too sorrowful and pain
cont?mplate. The people who have
gone away will not return until cold
weather comes, Meanwhile our ?
will be nearly deserted."
The New Orleans Times of the 2d In?
stant reports that very many children
are being attacked by yello.v fever lo
that city, and remarks: "The health
authorities way that the time-honored
theory that native? are exempt farra the
disease is exploded by actual 11
once, They state that the reason why
children of tt tulcr yean are attfl
now is because this is tho Orel time
Since their birth they have been liable
to attack. Not sin,-,? 1867 has tie- dis
i'cen general, and many now sick
were born sinn- then. The S]
thai have occurred within tasl
eleven years wen- confined t<> specific
localities and kepi within ?restricted lim?
ita by disinfeclicn, Children, although
residents ot* the city, remained away
j Iron the Infected districts,and,?f course,
I ?ere no more liable 1 lian ih< y would be
?n the mountains. Ii I I by the
health authorities that every resident of
the city must pa?s tin.n
Of acclimation. In th
children lb?' disease is m masked thai
It is impossible to diagnose it. and in
their ?pinion the reason why so many
children are sick now 1er the
first time in their lives the atmosphere
I has been in a >iiia?in:itie condition to
bring ou tho diseuse. The health au
tboiities claim an unanswerable demon-1
?trillion ?of the benelicial results of car-1
b'jli?ution, staling that m ivory locality J
where carbolic acid has been freely
spriukied the disease was checked.?
CoutsaDOS street, near Kacc, is cited as
an example; the neighborhood ol the
Commercial Hotel is given as another
instance. The sanitary authorities are
promptly disinfecting every locality
where the disease makes its appearance,
and hope in the end to accomplish its
The elemocratic congressional COOVen?
for the first district of Virginia, held at
Tappahannock, Essex county,
nominated, on the twenty,sixth ballot,
Geu. K. L. T. l?jale, of Westm orela nil
The contest narrowed iljivii between
Bcaleand John Neely, of Acceasac.
The district is now repretented by Hon.
15. B, Douglass. General Beal'j WM a
prominent officer in the confederate ser?
vice, and Is a lawyer of ability and large
Louisville is already named ay west
democrats a? the best place for hold
in? the next national convention.
A m Advertisement*.
VIRGINIA, To.Wit : in thaClerk? Ofltea of the
Olrcoit Coarl of ?heaeadoah, -inly is. is:s.
S. C. Ca.-ni'liell Ass'a. of A. J. Fadely, uac.flt. M.l
A?, A I.VST
Na'.lian Marke!, BVr. of Heury Huddle, dae'd. Wn
lluddl", lohn Huddle, Joeepfa Huddle ut lohst
?ml his wife, -Ian?, Eliza Hud.l:?, an,I Lemuel
Llodamood a?.i Margaret inn wife.lefts.
The object of tin- salt la, 1st, to enf ici- a settle
iie m o? the exeeotorialmatten ; Id, to aafaree th?
payment of a Jadgmeat obUloed by a. .1. fadely
??.m.m Henry liu Idle, dee'd., ?hlehjadgaMat .t?',
taatly aaalgaedto s. e. Campbell, ?n i is
no? forth? use an.) baoaat ol it. xi. coaa ; Id, if
unity in i!?., haads of the azaeator is sot
- t to pay allol lbs delta, lhaa tn proceed
again?! the boma farm, winch is now as? d an.l i
capled by Lemuel Lindamood aad family,
it appearing by ?HiJavit Bled tint lb? defaadaal
-lohn liu.lille is not an inhabitant ?! this ?'
i- ordered, Thai tbeaaid defeadaoi do appear a.-r.
witbia one month after due poblicatioa beieef,and
do what laaeceaaary to protect bla latereal ; thai ?'
tbiserder be pooliabedia sota? Dawepeper
1 rititrd in Wo? .rack for fOBT Mice?,
siva weeks, aad a copy posted at lb? fmr.t dour of
th? Coarl lions,- of -?:j county, on the lirst day ef
the next County t'curt.
oso. w. milky, o. r. a s. c.
ACOI'V-Tl.-l r. :
W. ? W. p. ,j. 010. W. MILKY, r. c. C. S c
CUT THIS OUT
THE EXCURSION or EXCURSIONS,
? tn 'i hi;
C. & 0. II. 1.'. COMPANY.
t?ntes Lower Tiia? Eror,
BIl HMOXDTO HUXTIXGTOX,
August The 20th.
i;i'..- ? -it m t . HoaUngtoa, te.v?,
: i.i ya.
Foi ; it I
tog 14,1 ,s
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
A ; of Gr ?eerie? consisting ol
SYRUPS, MOLASSES, TEAS.
CAXXED FRUIT, CHE ABE, SALT
CIGARS, & ?..
Fo a and Do u tic Fruits,
CORN MEAL, BACON,
FISH ??:' all kinds, Cl IAL OIL. A
full lin rie? always onfiand and
sol 1 at short profita, A trial will show
. at the l j
- of Country Produce
taken in exchange for gi
Mar. 13 W. H. ALBERT.
I have a fresh supply - rocer?
MOLASSES, TEAS, SPICES,
AXfJ SOT IOWS,
Snuff and Cigars
Which 1 offer for sale at the lowest
- All hinds of produce taken in
? f( : gOO !-.
?Ja Ra Wierman,
Edinburg, \ a.
.. i .
PUMPS ! PUMPS ! !
I am now prep ind to make and pul
in the old lime
These pumps have been tried lornear
j |y a century, and are louml to be m >??
| Bttlux Bnd cheaper than anv of the low
; piiceii l?i.ni s wh'n-h have i.n :
All work guaranteed to give Mils
\\'e pul pumpe in weih and cisterns ?i
any depth and guarantee then te bu?
- veer the DUI*pOM,
Piping furnished to order. Gire mea
??ail. lar Addreaa me nt ?ToodsUH-k.
GEO. H. ?TRAVEL
y ALLEY < I.Ml.Al. HOTEL
Nearly oj^posite the Depot,
V. Il I N I! P nei. V I II ?B I V I A .
jos. F. IIOLTZMAN. - Proprietor.
Tbl? hottee Is convti.li titly 1, . a!. ,1 -in.I i>l????iit
ly .itii?t?.l I(i?pIpi? by th" m ,uth it ro?|iio?d
rat,'?. Traaaaaateaeeeaaar? by Um Mel,<Say or
[Ube areoii,ni'.,!at??! :,t reaa?nab a rate?.
,< sulphur ?u?l Ltmealoaa springs mar
rait received a In! of n, ?* sb^ca of ail kind?
!. B. A . OVNNKB.
IT WILL PAY MANY
TIMES O VSR.
^ e have re :e?vctl llie county
agency for the celebrate 1
0 IVER CHI ED POW,
and now have lliem on hand ?
place ot ?business. This plow al?
though a little higher priced than
tho orrlinay plows will be P
far cheaper in Ihe end. It is mad?
of 1.1: but
PATENTED CHILLED METAL
which makes it far mor?- durabl
than steel. It will last 1?
scour quicker turn more stiel
and keep bright with than
any other plow.
if you want tu -i c a I
. ..m ? and see Ihe
sndyoa will then realize what a ?por
feet draft in a plow means.
Wo also bave on hand the No. '?
Livingston, the centre draft Livings?
ton, A new festure in the Livi
Ion plow, and the diamond or foui
sided reversible point. And r pain?
for all plows we sell.
HUGHES & BURNER.
N. II. We still bsve <;n band s
lew Rakes which wo will close out at
a slight advance en c ai between thi
and the 1st of Jsnusry This
raro chante to get a good Rake foi
a little money
?I & B.
Aug. 7ih ?tl.
sdii al I- , t ?Sal.
Inf, fu. 1 and
S, ?, DINNER,
: Spring and Summ? . Drj ?
]'.renies. Prints. tfcc .
.- ling from
( LOTUS AND < A?-.
Sf mm er Hals
??si rl n
tint l nave at .. i ' .i
may 22?tf. -. ?.
SELLSH8 OUT !
hi or I? r to m ike i >om !??'.' fall
we otter our - ustomcrs an.l the ;
.it inrx?. i? fine nnd v. - .
SPRING ft SUMMER GOODS
al iinheai J '-i low pi ?cos. :
low to give -i
?'al?'iir in and nee
lion for yen- *e!-.v - -.-. ?H m ?
Quality and Price,
? ' ??
lu'i'. ? :. We
ty'ot each I
We M'illti- .r ?i ll'llll .:?; :
that we ? .'? ?a ike ii ?i .y il?' ??i to
their grocer!?.- "? n ? In ?n.
quantities un ? lor ra>h.
It wa- truly ??tltl, "Sam's g?
in ? I ; Ftishlng Turk
liuj;." lie's l i-i.-i . Imru.
'I in- rerj toi mosl figure* paltl
CASH OR SWOP
IW Alw a? t.-.i-.\ to will on yo i
and ?how yon tonn.', no tronMe.
CLOWfiR ? MAO RUDER.
Monos T" coa
Hi I" -;-.*?ls, illi'.ll '
tii.- oara? ?tat w..,!; of rot
?I selfli ?ii ma fci. si ?tors
trsi-t.>r. Priralsf? marrad t> .-.- ?,-?. ai
Jnly ?7 I?.
TW ?????> ?f il? Itfct Cnturj.
ManiiftimrM bt ihr
BirSia TU: Cu? C.\, li-iia, H. J.
It ?car falla lo ?su-? BVnarrteU?
or rila*, w?.? ? oar-? I? pawlblf.
I'rlaa 11.1 ?ad basa I4< ttul???3l?>?
I haw of Ti\,ti<>-, ?Viril?, Flab H .lis ai I
?be larRNt ?a?i>rtm??nt In tonn. m_ .
?un 12th-lf. H. ?CIIMITT
LARGE PUBLIC SALE
CotsvYcId & Southdown Sheep.
i OL. !.. '
Read anil Save You
- H T E D
For all the p
and for ourins ?
their . '
To Preset-, ? . -
J GTTTTA PSSC2A PAK
THE BEST PR1
! FOR INSIDE OH <
OUTTA 1 . V, jj*
I i '
cheapest and i
i'. -. t lot of 41 acres eijiinln?, Uta
DR, G 0. CARTER,
:-? ; ?
ulifililJ I Jill
SAW & PLANING MILL.
??Ars it Woodat.<ck,
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lay, stl.? :y,