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8HENAND0AH HERALD PUBLISHING CO
WOODSTOCK, VllU. INI A.
Wednesday. Oft.. 2. 1878.
,Ttte Werld, Harris and Tucker.
A new and artful ?edge is nga
about to be practiced upon the cied
1?U3 democracy ol the eeuntry. Tl
Xew York WorV. for many years tl
leading organ of democracy, i? sendii
out circulais by the hundred aunoun
ug a changc|of management, proi
?sing to sind the paper free for 01
month, and soliciting ? sobecriptioi
thereafter. Alttng with this circular
a card as follows :
Dear Sir :
At the suggestion of our got
friend lion. John T. Harris. 1 tal
pleasure in calling your attention i
The Would as it is now conduct?
under its new management. Askir
your careful perusal of the enclesi
circular and also of Tin: World durin
the period for which it will be sent |toi
W. A. Potter, Publisher.
Some of the [many received at tb
oflice have the name of the Hon. dob
Randolph Tucker and some of Hoi
John T. Harria.
We would like to know now whethc
these gentlemen, who are candidatesfc
congress in Virginia as pronounce
greenl ackers arc informed of what tb
policy of the New York World is on thl
question. There is uo paper in lb
Vnited States thai has done more t<
impoverish the people and keep then
under the iron heeloi money syndicate:
than the World and we arc apprehen
sive this is bul part of a scheme to ge
the paper inte the bands of the peoph
ofjthc South to further lullaby them witl
the howl ol civil service reform ant
letalaelfgovernment while rinj
away with every thing that toil and
sweat and bloou can produce.
This same WoKLD sold cut the party
through Manten ?Marble and August
Belniont. according te the shameful ad?
missions of the former as its editor, in
Order to keep the people in slavery, and
we have as y< t no Indication of a change
of its financial policy for government, or
testimonial efb? il morality.
If Judge Hauls and Mr. Tinker can ex?
plain their endorsement of this organ of
gold gamblers under the puise of de?
mocracy they should do so at once. A
greenbacker in Virginia cannot be ai
endorser or canvass of th
World. Nota bit of it. The;, -
mean hypocracy some place when it i
attempt) d. f: is worse than hypocracy
It is tiit kiss of Iscarit to betray the-.
whom they i rofess and pretend to serve
li the people of the South want ?
New York paper they can get th<
ate weekly for 50 cents a year 01
21 cent- in clubs. Then they,will b?v<
one that is honest, independent, demo
cratic and under no Wall Street in
fluence. It is superior to the World it
everything except endorsements am
approvals oi congressmen.
The yellow fever is steadily decreasing
i;i the South, in spite ot spasmodic re'
turns of its fatal energy at a few point-.
but the need for : '? very nearly
as urgent as ever. As Secretary Me
Crary says in his letter to Mayoi
Langdon, of Detroit: "At all afflicted
points, save New Orleans and Mem
. the suffering and want are great,
and I think increasing; and even in
those cities more help may be required
iu the near future. Jfou can scarcely
go air I." This is only
too* true, for tbe disorganization ol
society and industry is only less dread?
ful than the pestilence its If. Tin
suffering o ol the poor an
worse by this disorganization an<]
by the death of so many Blrong men,
whose fain .. belpli -.- and not
able to support themselves. Busines?
?sin a state of stagnation, work often
cannot be found, tbe fever has in many
- paralyz ? the impulse to industry
and these C ? continue to un?
settle affairs and aggravate the public
distress fot many weeks after tbe pesti?
lence disappears. As Mr, McCrary
well say?, "you amiss
in tending :
- ?a -an -.
At time like the present when seme
tearful disease is scourging the com try
the most startling circumstances often
attend a death. A few days ago it was
anoenrced by telegraph that a young
man who had been married on Thurs?
day, was stricken with the fever on Fri?
day, died on Saturday, and was buried
In Alexandria a young man hadjusl re?
ceived a pepei sent him by a friend in
Memphis, and had hardly finished read?
ing it ??'? .???? among the t?l?graph?
ie dispatches of a lab r pap? ran account
of his friend's death. With such rap?
idity docs the scourge travel that we
are every day startled by the strange
incidents that attend it.?RicAwiomd
At Margarette, Mich., about nine
o'clock last evening, during an exami?
nation of w ? loro (oniii. ?
er Maynard, in the ease of United
States va, Samuel J. Tilden, tun men
suddenly entered the *>mcc and seized
the books of the New York Iron Mine
Company, which wore being used iu
testimony, and escaped with them.
Warrants were issued as quickly as
possible, and et?cers started in pursuit.
It is supposed the books have becu
taken outside of the State. Considera?
ble excitement prevails.
A News special from San At?alo
says reliable information has been re?
ceived at military headquarters that the
Mexican government has ordered the
troops at Monterey to the Kio Crande
frontier, and that 0,000 reinforcements
are en route for that border. Thirty
thousand dollars has been appropriated
to meet the expense of mobilizing this
force. Gen. Nararyo is to be in com
Il?* im i.m?i'i_i i
Tho Boston Standard, the organ o?
the greenback party ol Massachusetts,
has suspended it? publication for lack
of support, after an existence of five
Key. Henry Ward Hcechcr is posi?
tively announced to be present at the
Capt. Camm Patterson, of Bucking
bam county, is the greenback candidate
1er Congress in the sixth district of Vir?
ginia, is opposition to Hon. .1. Ran?
A severe storm unroofed a ho
blew down anew Presbyterian eh*
and played havoc generally at Lebai
I ml. The damage may reach $40J
No loss of life is reported.
Hon. A. IL Stepheu's sickness
quite serious. He bad two hcnioi
ages from the lungs last week.
The Democrats arc likely to ?:
Ohio, unless tbe foreign ministen ;
cousuls come home to vote.
Ex-Gov. Hendricks, of Indiana
credited [with having spoken v
positively m regard to den Butler
least. Being asked whether be he
Butlerjat Indianapolis the other n!.
he replied: "No: I don't want to h
him. I have the utmos! disgust for I
It is understood the Governor of A
ginia is endeavoring to negotiate w
the Richmond bankers a loan of $20
000, the money to be turned over to t
public school fund, to which the SU
treasury is largely indebted. Xeai
every cent ef it, if obtained, will be i
quired to pay up the arrearages duc t
State for last year. Xo apportionmt
of school funds has bciii made sin
The Ohio and Miss, round house ai
the Missouri car and foundry works
East St. Louis were burned on Thuri
; day night. Loss 1150,000. ?Tweh
; building were destroyed by the fire.
A Eureka (Xev.) dispatch says tl
( smelting works of the Richmond Minir
? Company were burned yesterday. Tl
refinery and engines were Bayed. Loi
? $126000. The furnaces will proball h
j thrown out of service two mouths.
The treasure coach ol the Black Bill
! and Cheyenne line was stopped by tir
, armed nun Thursday. 45 miles south o
Deadwood, and two messengers, Capl
Smith and Gale*tHill, .were seriously
weuuded, II. O. Campbell, a telegrapl
operator ou board, was killed. Tin
? treasure taken amounted m over |25,
00 '. Ten armed men have gone in pur
: suit from Deadwood.
l'estcrday afternoon John W. McPli .
' son, a well knewn aud highly respected
; farmer of Norfolk county, n ?
: near Mount Pleasant, met with an acci
? dent which resulted in bis instant death.
He was driving borne from Pango Ferry,
when his horse.a spirited young an
took fright and ran away. Mr. M<
Pherson was thrown out o? the buggj
, and, falling on his head, broke bis neck.
The deceased was a prominent M
in the county, and 50 year.-, of agi .
The mail wagen from McKiuncy ft
I Fort Fette rman, Wyoming Territory
i was'jumped'by twelve maskedmen.1 be
succeeded in surprising the two soldiei
who were acting as escort and gcttin
the "drop" on them befere they had a
opportunity to draw their weapons. Tb
? horses and arms ef the cavalrymc
were taken and the mail thorough]
sacked. Messrs. Tillotseo and Snydei
post trader?', were passengers, but hav
lug been robbed of upwards of Ihre
hundred dollars a few days before, th
highwaymen secured very little boot.
from them. That par! of Wyoming i
infested with horse thieves, robbers ant
C?en. Butler's reasons for becomin;
a candidate for Governor of Massachu
?settsare given in a letter from him
dated June 2d, and addressed to one o
I his supporters. In this letter he sayi
[ be leoks upon Massachusetts as bcinj
.at once the best and worst govcrnci
Mate in the Union?"the best In regan
to her laws, and the worst in the ad?
ministration ol them"?and it is with
the patriotic desire for giving his fellow
citizens a better State administration, as
the General puts it, that he is willing to
forego that retiracy from publie affairs
j to which his ad\ anting years and per?
sonal inclinations would lead bim.
The recent light between troop a and
Cheyenne Indiana in Idaho Terriorylas
I tt*d from 10 A. M. one day till noon
I the next. Three demands bad been
made ou the Indians to surrender, but
they answered that they had no idea ol
j doing aay such thing. The troops were
! at 1 ist compelled to retire, their water
! giving out, with three killed and three
'wounded, besidcsChalk.au Arrapahoe
I scout.mortally wounded.Other troops are
'placed to Intercept them along the Kan
las Pacifie railroad.
Dr. John II. Erkshine, President of
the Memphis Board of Health, died of
yellow-iever last week. He was a med?
ical director In the Confederate Army
land has relatives In Staunton.
Rev. .1. X. Craig, well known ?n Au
gu-ta is down witli the fever, at Holly
Indiana's school fund U now $8,007,
00??the large-t held by any State in
Mrs. Mary GleW, the widowed occu?
pant of a miserable garret in Newark,
K. J.. is the supposed heiress to a five
million property in England.
The Newport ft. I. New* (rep.)
thinks the greenback men may be. able
to defeat both the republican candidat? s
for Congress in that State.
The Wilmington colored people have
determined to cut themselves oil from
the party associations of all kinds, to
pay their own taxes and to vote as they
The check swindle'- who recently
plied his vocation with some success In
l?iiltimore bvgiving checks for small
purchase*,, receiving in return the
balance due in cash, lias made his ap?
pearance in Camden, N. J., or has a
close imitator there, where the same
old trick was successfully played in
several instances on Saturday last. It
is about time that this game should
cease to be successful among reading
tradesmen, for the swindle has bat n
frequently veutilatcd through the news?
Reply o? Jud?re Harris to (?en. Echols't
Fellow Ci'ii'zck.?:?It bns been my
misfortune or good fortune, as the
may be, to have bad the unceasing hos?
tility of certain politicians in this district
since the inception of my political life,
But It is my cheerful duty to congratu*
lute the people of this district as well as
myself, on the tact that this latter day
canvass has been emdubtcd with more
regard to the proprieties oi life, than
any of its predecessors. Two years age
a forlorn hone of "the disaausned" con?
cluded that they had perfected all the
arrangements and combined all th? ele?
ments for my defeat. They held seen t
caucuses vigorously. They tormed al?
liances, offensive and defensive, of the
most bewildering description, and con
spired deeply and earnestly to mak
common cause against me.and toobtai
and embellish by their superior politic,
wisdom, the seat in the National Con
mas, with which for some time yo
have seen tit to houer me. The peopl
believing me to have done my duty
have vindicated me emphatically in th
face of this factious opposition, an
their Industrious efforts have anly Big
uaily miscarried. To illustrate Iwi
feats ago, I received a letter fron
Cbarlottesvillo, containing this express
ion:-l have learnedjthat 'ieu. Ecbois ant
Win. A. Burke ofStaunton. have beet
here expressly to form a couibinalioi
for your defeat." Strange to say, lliesi
Vi ry same gentlemen, on last Saturday,
mads another excursion to Charlottes,
ville'where another little caucus was*h< It
a- w ill be seen by the following tele?
gram received by me on Saturday last
CHABLOTTESVILLB, Sep. 28, '7-.
??I.en. Kchols and Urn. A- Burki
conferred here to-day. They agieed
Kchols la the man."
This telegram proved co rrcct, forjsc
boou as the General's loot touche?
Staunton soil on Ins return Saturday
evening, he said I am a candidate for
i ongress, and that evening the motoi
press flooded the city with his circulais,
So that it was the politicians of Char
lettesville that constituted "the vot?is
from the various portions of the district'
that solicited the (?enera! at this late
day to run for Congress.
if I am not mistaken in the temper of
the public mind. Ibis little combination
will share the fate of its predecei
lor I intend to give people an opportu?
nity of expressing their will regardless
of all caucuses and cliques, whether in
Harrisonburg, Staunlon, or Cbarlettes
But to the General's circular. I may
flrst congratulate mvsslt ami the peoph
that he docs not dare to altaek any vok
I ever gave or any sentiment I have ut?
tered during my term of seven years iu
Congress, but is only apprehensive as to
the tuttire. lie cannot lind any error I
have committed, or any wrong perpe?
trated on the people, This proves
there is n? jusl cause for making a
The General alludes to two questions
the public debt and the currency, and
while ho defines the position ?!' others
with great force, he utterly laiis in eithi r
to define his own: INo one de?
limit Gen. Ech?la has talent o: a
high order in his line, but h<
constituted as to be unable or unwilling
?press his views clearly on these
questions on which there is a
different e of opinion in the public mind.
To illustrate, In: again repeats tl,.
si ng of compromise with the credi?
tor.- thesoughe sang so sweetly when
he was acaud?late for the Legislature,
and then says this can be done within
the pr?sent rate of taxation! This is
. lyreadjuster proposes to do. The
latter proposes by law to say Y
is nol able to bear an incn a-" o; tax,
and she Is willing to readjust the
and pay all the ?.;e ?ntrate of tax will
zeaccording to the Barbeur bill.
to work upon the
of the creditors and satisfy them
they can get no more ami thus compel
them by ?? to accept that
-um in satisfaction of their claims, for he
knows a- a class they will demand ?very
t If Ihey can get it, and when they
agree to take !c-. it is only In
they cannot avoid it. And this ?s
??called" honorable and friendly negotia?
It i- to the creditor forcible readji ?'?
ily driven to it b
he cannot get the whole. But when arc
these negotiations to end? They have
been promised for thittcen years, and
not a single oiler has been made by the
creditors as a class, or by any considera?
ra. The Gen. wholly
fails to tell us. He can drift along on
that non-committal and high BO
form formany years to come. In
the mean time, what is to become ol
our state government, our charitable
and educational institutions, our si '
our unpaid teachers-perhaps ho would
enter into "friendly negotiation?" with
them?while our debt is growing daily
and the State committing the "disg
ol misapplying tbe school fund, until
now it has robbed that fund ol about
eleven hundred thousand dollar.-. Bui
we receive seme consolation Irom the
General, wherein he says if we have to
meet the debt it will ??not be as op?
pressive as the advocates of forcible re
adjuslmt ?it arc in the habit of represent
How can you do it without increasing
the taxes for that purpose. Why
smother it with vague generalities? why
not state explicity what you propose to
i\o. and when you propose to do it ?
Why not come squarely down like
those in favor of paying the last dollar
and advocate an Increase of tax to what?
ever amount may be necessary to pay
the interest on the whole fifty lo seven
ty-five per tent, or on the other hand
joui with theBeadjusters who favor th<
absolute control by the State of her
revenues, the maintenance of her edu?
cational and charitable institutions, in
short the preservation of her very exis?
tence a- a Commonwealth and thus
give to the people peace and prosperity
and to ?he Halls ol Legislation fret
from this vexed question.
In regard to the currency the Gener?
al is equally as unsatisfactory as to his
own position, while ho greatly misrep?
resents mine. I have constantly said
that I (did not think we had money
i novgh to answer the wants of the
try, but that great caution shsuld
lie observed in its expansion lest we
might go boyond the point of a sound
and stable medium. That as contrac?
tion had brought ruin on the country. I
and am in favor of reversing the
action 9\ the govi rnment and Increasing
the currency until we reached the point
ofa healthy circulation and as there
was no mode of ascertaining just ?here
inflation would begin, that experiment
alone could detenu,ne the question.
The General is again indefinite in the
statemont that be lavai- as far as pa-si
hie a return to the "principles Of finance
which were understood and practiced
by the Fathers eftbe Republic." Does
bl mean he favors shin plasters, repud?
iation or making contracts payable in
tobacco, all of which were ''understood
and practiced by the Fathers for what
does he mean?
Near Iva years ago in a sneeeh on
this question in Congress I eloeedwilh
the following summary :
It lias boon my effort, Mr. Speaker.
to shew that all legislation lor internal
revenue looks to the protection of tin
capitalist and the couse pi. n: destructteu
of the prosperity of the producer?la iu
the Interest of money which has x\<*
iak value, and against labor which
is thft so!?- foundation of wraith.
it baa been my effort te anew that
the national hanking system has cen?
tralised the money of the country in the
c tics, and that distribution ot its citen*
lation has by unfair discrimination de- '
phled and impoverished the South an
West and enriched and mad.: despoti
the New England Btatei ami the grea
commercial cenicre, and thai the on)
remedy is to repeal all legislation tha
looks to the protection of money; tha
Ugal tender* be tubtiituted fin- national
bank current;/ in amount .
meet public dem ndi. and that all unfai
discrimination against labor and th<
products of the seil be abandoned.
I am glad to know my views then ex
pressed have ii come the policy of ;
great party. What the General's opin
ions are as between greenbacks direc
from the Govern men I and Xatiomi
Banks, do one knows. The true laso
is. abolition of the National Banks an
the substitution of Green
amounts sufflcenl to n store the country
and here I may as well be one of lb
Bnil OU II i will stale this wil
be before thencxl Congress. How wi
the General vote on that P or can be Tot
at all? for the 29th Bale of thed?sus
reads, "ko member bjiall voti o:
ANY QUESTION IN THE EVENT ?
WHICH HEI8 IMMEDIATELY AND PAR
TICX7LARLY INTERESTED." Now as th
Ceneral is Presid? ni and Btockboldi i of
Matronal bank,with a salcry, 1- ho.not ?
Interested that he could no) vote on
question to abolish 'nis ewn Bank an
his prccuniary ofllce. Upon - I
rule-audits propriety, the general wil
have to withdraw from the Hauk or fron
1 think h 1- sufllcienl to show this al
least, that t!:-(?enera! ?s mil m a posh
tion to be an Impartial Legislator in a
conti si between ihi the gn a
monii d meno] i have wrought
their ruin. That however honest, hi?
judgment whould be warp i by thai in.
fluence, for his own line tf though
and acti ra have ! een all iu that direc
To further illustrate my views on tin
question,1 give anothei extract fron
that sarao speech. Of course, I had ni
reference to the G ni ral- and I earnest
hope he will so understand it?tor Ihai
no idea be would i ?a candidate for Con
gross, and never dreamed that any Banl
President would ; win a ace o
that Bank will I
fore < II bavt
"It will not. I bi lli v.. be di nil d thai
the average rat: rs' loans ex?
ceeds 10 pi r i nt. per annum. The
Government pay- on th ? whole sum
deposited a- secu cent, inter?
est in gold, which, taking the five year?
last pas!, ha? i quali 1 7 i r cent in
currency, making i ite rate ol
inti rest of this (in; ncial ? ":i j ol the
Governmi ? 17 per
cen?, per annum, a ral :i d as
usurious anl uul ? very
civilized na b
ao peopli can carry ai ? " d
rapid in tl."
f. w an Imal
I haw ll
i m try would be if
ol Bank Pi
? Sew England and
change!- m iul i i
pie, God ?' L'ommt ilth.
retener th ? al i sagren!?
ai Pluriel of flrylnla,
cri --. an I I ha
sent so lo t?o.
1st. Tht ?
of flic - .
Announi mg th ' as to t!
of the - ' ';1,i ns l0 l!
, of an ?
',? ? ral Govcmi
volved in ai
called toad i
gcnlh mi n ha? prori
appi al toi
I do no' I ?
ment wil ; ? le ''
I ? ite del
can dc i ompn ; used honorablj an
friendh ' ? ]" wcditoi
! c brought within
this. I think th
be our duty lo mi
h:h sati ?ne, so as not t
be as i
cates ol ''?'" in th
;. Il for Ilie la
six years thi Virgin!
had devob d n
ng means : ol th
State debl a? have b< en i xpecded i
the endeavor ts avoid its payment, ou
, no-e have b< i u bette
than :t is.
Xh< que li m, however, which, in thi
canvas-, m - you
interests, a well as ihu interests of tin
whole country is. whether the countrj
shall be floodi d with an im tlccmabli
r curren,'V. oi whether we shall
blieb our National credit firmly up
on a sound currency, which shall bavi
the basis of value?equality and con
into coin. The latter in ni?
opinion, is tii-1 only course , onsisteni
with our ful and prosperity,
I In this every citizen from the highest
to the low, ' !. It is o!
vital importance to all men, whether
capitalists, farmers, mechanics, or
, labor? i-. Ibat tin \ Bhall have go? I
money, of rtain and flxed value.
Durin . ' tni - of the Southern
(unie i- racy, w . in Ulis region of the
country, learned, by sad experience,
reni y, foi re? hereafter to fi ar and
avoid it. I am in favor, as far a- :
ble, of rcturnin r ! i tbe principl
finance which wi re understood and
practiced by the Fathers,?! Lh
[ thus briefly give you an outline of
my views upon the two subjects men?
ti ined, but ! ? i this lime
and the day of i lection, endeavor to
meet as many of you as possible, and
give you mere fully my opinion
and kindred subject?.
I am aware thai I labor under great
disadvantages frsm the lateness of the
lime of my announcement, as the orher
candidates have, for so lonja timo,
been aclivelj -H ?aged in the c invaea,
but I appeal to those througheol the
District who agree with me upon the
great financial qui stion i tin li ;
cussion. to i that their eor.vielinn?
are registered at the polls.
s.pt. 28, i ? ,i ;?\ ?:< iiui.s
CixciKNAii, (?.. Sept.27.?Adrices
IfromCleveUud stated that the triai of
?Dr. Carlisle and I'. <? Miner.lor robbing
graves, resulted in the conviction ol Mi?
nor and the acquittal of Carlisle. Mi
do! will be ? . As soon
as the verdict was rendered Dr. Cai
waa re-arrest d for si alingthe body of
Mrs. Pease from the Raveooa Cemolrry
The Yellow Fever Record.
IFashi.xotox. Sep. 2G.?The Sccre
tary of H'arthis afternoon sent toGov,
Shepherd, chairman of the yellov
fever national relief commission, tin
following telegram, received by hin
from Mayor I.angden. of Detroit, Mich
'Is there, any truth is the publiai)?
statement that they need ne more fund
and that you have ordered an investi
gation In regard to the fever fund ii
hands ol'IIoward Association of New
Orleans . Can you give me the
where binds are needed or much ueedec
To this the Secretary replied a
"I am advised that the Ilewan
?elation nave on baud an unex
putded balance, probably sufficient fe
iheir wants at New Orleans anal Mein
phis. I think the association perfectl
reliable and have ordered no investi
gation. At all afflicted points, sav
New Orleans and Memphis, the suffer
mgand want are great, and I think in
creasing, and even in those cities mor
help may be required iu the near future
You can scarcely ge amiss in seudim
aid. I will request the national Rebel
A -eiation to advise you further.
G. W. McCrart,
"Secretary ol war."
Gov. Shepherd, aa requested by tin
secretary, telegraphed to Mayor Lang
dou taat the commission proposed t<
-i ml a steamer from St. Louis with pro
?us. ice and medicines down the
Mississippi to New Orleans to relieve
settlements cut olf from commumeatier
and inquired what he ceuld give to help
this object. The commission has al-i.
received a telegraph from St. Leui
announcing that the steamer Eagle can
be seemed for that mission.
TlCKSBURQ, Miss.. Sept. ?6.?
JFeather slightly cloudy all dar; ther?
mometer '?.">; strongbreeue to-night from
the north and much cooler. Deaths
to-day 12; among them Alfred Reed, of
FTashington City, and Dr. Stuart Roach,
of Yazeo City, W. If. Hockwood.
president of the Howard Association,
died this morning, The funeral pro?
el ssion was very large, composod o;
all classes, regardlesa of color or reli?
gions. The following circular has been
To the Benevolent Israelite.i of t!<i*
Union: For God's sake continue Vour
donations, as refugees in the surround?
ing country are stricken W'ith fever, and
I am appealed to every hour to relieve
S. Davidson. Presid? nt.
T ' subscriptions in Paris, France,
. for tho yellow fever sufferers in the
I'n.led States have reached 112.000.
I Secretary of State Evarts has ron ?ved
trom Minister Noes a further remittanc
of ri.Wi1 for the yellow fever sufferers,
which includes$1,000 lubacriptioo from
['resident of the French republic
The Philadelphia citizens comm
received to date illl.fOO. Arch?
il shop IFood has received from the
i atholic churches ofhia diocese to date
The total fever contribution- iu
. 8. I".. f? date exceed $1'?-.
VICKSnORG AN'Ii ELSEWHERE.
ViCKSB?Ro, Sep. 27.?wreathe
warm and cloudy; thermometer 93. The
Dg in caused by refugcei
frem the country returning to YTeks
burg.for the fevei is so gi aera! through
...?irren county that refugees pre
? r back to Vickaburg rntbei
ihan remain in the country, where
proper treatment is so difficult to ob?
tain. Deaths 24, including
Agnes i*' .'.ver. of the Sisters of M<
The fever isgaininsdreadful headway
at all surrounding points, and wc are
hourly called upon |lor assistance in
me ?es. food, decors and
oursi -: and we must again appeal to thi
world to aid us in alleviating theil
wants. fie are doing all iu our power
to assist their distress and wants, but
require further as*?st anee.
Holly Springs, Mis-.. Sep. 27.?
There are about 40? people for the
?ever to feed upon and quite as many in
beds all the time. We have un
itimated the magnitude of this
plague. Entire families, some ot them
numbering eight to ten, are down with
the disease. Among the physicians tea
'nave been -tiicken down; four of these
have died. Five ilruggists have gone
down; three have died. Of the min?
isters who have fallen two are dead.
THE SITUATION AT HEHPHIS.
M EMPHis, Sept. li7.?11 ts growin
a, again, and the fever continues I
? id. Scarcely an hour ; assi -
-ouir well-known citizen is ri ;
a down, andas they fall, swing t
malignanoy o;' 11.? disease, fears an
ed that they will succumb t<
the pestilence, which still remain- :
dcvounug monster in our midst.
This forenoon W. ir. Thatcher
ier o?' the Fust National Bank, i
.: with the fever;also, .1. G. Loot
dale, Sr., treasurer of the tlewatd As
Ilion. .1. R. Dale, a volunteei
physician from Arkadelphia. Ark., wa
stricken late last night. From yester?
day noon until noon to-day 28 death
occurred, 12 of which were report?
ed this morning.
Among those who have- died sin ?
ia-t night arc Caspar wriglit. a wcll
known river steward; T. -I. Mo
nurse from New Orleans; Sally Slater.
aged eighteen, daughter of the lateftev.
li. C slater, and Rev. J. J. Moon
Catholic priest, who came Crem Nash?
ville a short time age to till the vacan?
cy caused by the death of Key. Father
MeXamara. Dr. Faul Otcy's condi?
tion is critical.
Laier.?Twenty-one physicians of the
Howard medical corpse report 117 new
cases. The condition of IF. If.
Thatcher, cashier of the First National
i Bank, who was stricken this morning,
is critical. Bis illness will m no way
interfere with the business of the bank.
which is open as aeon!, Dr. II'. F.
Rogers is slowly convalescing. Robert
Falter, the druggist, was taken down
to-night .1. F. Cummins, correspon?
dent of the Kansas City Tunes, died to?
Tax-Payers, Take Notice !
?' lay pornnrifl who *hM pay to iba treaonroi of
hll rennt), 1'e?. re the Urs*. day of December of
e.i.-li yar, all thf t?xe? ?nil Ict?p? a?s???od again?!
? il.it rear, ?hall li? entitled tea ret
tiro per -eiitiirii iii?r?>>ii. If UM taxpayer ?lull
1 ?y one hi f ef hi? 'aid taxe? anil levie? before the
flint day of December In each year, ho ?hall ba
OB tha re?i,lue thereof until
rat dar of March following; but if the ?aid
tax paver ?hall fall ti pay one-half of hi? taxes
and lerlea by Um Bret-uayof OoeoMbor aa ?fore
? n ami In that case a jmnalty of fire per
?ball be added to th? whole amount of the
t ISM and lev!, s asaesaed against him for the year,
an,! th?. treasurer ?hall proceed to collect the a?me
hi illiliot? m olhanrMa, anS animai therefore in
bia Mttlew nt with the auditor of public ?ceount?."
fertile pvpoaaof collecting tb* taxe? forth?
year ISM, I ?ill att.ml th? following limo ?ud
Ktra?btirg. Monday. Oot Htb aud Tuesday Uth.
Lebanon, WatUMSdar, Oot loth.
? . Thnr?d?y " 17th.
! .:, Yard. Trulay, Oct. 11th.
Maneb'i Stare, Monday, Oot ant.
Hurnian? Mill, Tue?d?y. Oct. 92d.
Html,,ira. W?diie?d?y. "ct. 23d.
i ?mili is r?tMtm, ThiirnlST, Oi'l. 51th.
I.ilisrty " Friday. Oil
Cabin inn. ssinr.lsT, Oes. SStn.
Mt. Jackaoa M"iid?y, Oct. 28th.
?i Tutsdsy, Oct. i?th.
Orkney BprlafB, Wednesday, Oct. a t'i.
?Tandera Btorc, Thursday, Oct. 31st.
1 ?n -tulle, Friday, NuremBrr, Int.
(abarf, Satarday, Nov. Sail,
New Mark*!, Monday, Nov. 4th, and Taosday Jth.
Aft.r filling th? ab v? appointments, I will ba in
Oat Treaanrer's Office, at Woodstock from dsy to
dsy until Iks 1st. December.
leT" Pi>r?OB? baring For. or Sheep claims ars
??I to lrsvc them with tb? Comity Clerk be
f>re th? 8th day of November.
?.KO. W. KOONTZ, Trens.
C*t.2<,--5w, Shcnandoah t'onnly '
ComtiaaioxEBs 011 tci.
MTa ?i-i. :. V -.. ; I Mth Itl .
T" a H. Whi-s.il and I : .1 X.
Swann tec'd an 1 all others cono
II. H. Blddleherg. r ?dm . . Con
Ja?. N. Swann dM'd Sarah !.. gwane widow,
W. liroen BwiSn, I
TOO If* hen 'I have fixed up m
the seta lej if i ). 1.1.
o'clock, A. ht. end S i I. if fair, if set,
onthe next fair day thereafter (Sn
lo take and tettle, al ? aeeoaau of
debt* efaiaet Jea. N. Swann dec'd or bit eatetc
according i" ;:
of which Hala Swann died * [are I
the actual and annual value of th? lame, tLu
amount te wim-h the widow would be entitled in
ln-ii of dewer and ai - di ame I ?,cr.
tin.M ..r that cither party uiav require te ha
taken try tua decree of 8ti uendoali Circuit Conrl
renden I on the 34 day ai Au i nuit in
ehaaeorT depending la aatd court between B. B.
WnlBBOn oomnlt'e end H. li. Wddieberger edmr,
.1, R. Swann a i'd DefVi und II from bbj
the teklne of said ? 1 not be com
bee* e >mmei?cc l ahoold
not be completed on tkat day, the taking of the
hamo will b" idjonrned from lay to day, or from
phare, to place until the name ?re taken and coui
GHree under my has.i h Commiaaloner in
ry of tin- said oovrt, la i-atd
I'.iantv the day and year fin
oct. a-w. p. w. huommia.
ejooietock, Ve. Beet 30>h, |
To Joseph Slbert, the creditors of Daul. .--ibi :t,
dae'd, and all at he. s concerned.Compita.
And Daniel Bibertl edmr, Jno. W. Heeorr, Mary
Ann SiUrt, widow, Abraham Keller and Uariet
Ann hi? wif?, Hertha Barton, Jno. Casper aud
Kliiaboth hie wtfe, JaMBM Slbert, Jno. Biborl and
Harah C. Sib?rt,.belts.
Yni era hereby ik tided that I have fi-..
the ?sth day ?f (jjt. M ? - ira of 8
O'clock, A.M. and G oelr.ck, P. M If fair, it net, on
the next fair day thereafter (Sunday excepted) t>
tike aud settle, at nay ?atce, tke a
Jno. W. Keener, admr. <d Daniel Blbert, dec'd. Sd.
to ascertain all of V.o aaeeta of ?aid dec?
Betete and an.?a ail just debt? and -
agalaat ?eld dai edent i r hla eattte, Id. \> j
matter demnod pertinent by the cepmiieioner or
that any interested party may require to Le taken
by the decree of Bhenandoab4Circuit Oonai ran
dtred on the.jd day of lia/t. I I
I Iceurtbetw enJoaeph Blaert,
fee. OomplU. I * ir. lie. Lieft?.
and If from any oaoae th? tah - ?? t -?unts
shall nut be commence 1 orb?.ii?'h in somm?e
i i in that diy, the t.'.k
iiit? .if the name will be m day to d ij .
or from place to place, mad the ?me ire
and complet' d.
GHree under my b < a cuan
eery of the ?aid court, at my
the day ind rear Brit ai ? aid,
u?tw. p. w. m toai DEB.
D. M, REAM,
DIG Louisiana A
"w^vQiiiivGrTO?sr, D. a.
FLOUR, GRAIX?Al ? O?'
W e are now pic]
llic farmi i
any other agent in tlic
W'e can tumi-':
OBER S PHOSPHATE
.. . o
Maryland Fertl?zing Co.
" A . " '
to the Alkalim , farjl
Co. and tl by Zeil &
I ri -
phates. V ihc names
Daii'l ( I. 11"''- man,
it mine! essary. Mr. Allred Rilloi
our who?? , 1st !.bo\
and \\ I ?
tains, ?n thi
last tail. ! !? n Alk: .
il 150 bu
says ho kn iwa ivoukl i
brought him more than 50 bush, i
he had nol used, tl
Wc also sell
in Warn n < dinty, M Peters
is our authorized Agent for Warren and
part ofSbenandonh Co.
( nir terms i n ..- gi
good i ndorsi. or lien upon crops
given when the ] > dcliverou.
Freights an al ways casli.
We also have '
posed ni I ? tie and
500 lbs. sulphate of soda and mui
Potash t'M-farmer-to manufacture their
own Phosi I
cash $28 on 12 months. By purchas?
ing this article, farmers can make their
own Phosphat is with ' ti.au
by buying thcartici
DAN2?EB & BURNER,
with a compet-nt oor| ? ?
attention I? id
High School Department
which i? eqn:pi r?t with all needed apparat': ??"
ical, Setroaeuical, ete., for tb roughl] i
boy? or girl? for college. Irt-lrn. tloB Will I
In Ancient and Modern '?aafwafoa. Science? and
ib Branche?. Term? very mod?r?t?. Music
will lie taught Ig connect! <n a tl
It. I). HAISI.II', M. A. Principal.
H. II. MARTIN.
II. 0. rKI.t.ri:. 2nd.
mi.? Barril i srd.
Mi., .u:\mi: ROBINSON, Hh.
Apply for information ?nd t?rai? to Principal.
JERSEY STOCK FOR SALE.
I Barra for eel? I a?, one \ and ent ", Jersey
Hull Calvin, both iromeiaaUMMeowe, I will ?tit
them low or Plot)?,apa them for othl r stock'
July2*-tf. J. W. D
AAP af?, A MOM'll-AccnM wanted even
\riJK||wi., re. Uu..aahenoral ?
111% I M lela?? Partlesilar? ?ent free. A,hire,,
'A'aJl/V J.WUItlUJIC'.CSi. LouU.Jfo?
IT WILL PAY MANY
TIMES O VFB.
We have received the county
agency for the celebrated
OLIVER HILLED PLOWS,
aii'l now have thi m on hand at our
? of business This plow al?
though a little
tho ordinay plows will be found
far cheaper in the end. It is made
ot't'n bes t
PATENTED CHILLED METAL
which makes it far more du
tlitn Bteel. It will last I
scour quicker turn in
and keep bright with I ? use than
I ; j u '.cant to c;
come and sec (he
and you will then realize what rt
?' cl lirait, in a [jlcw means.
'?i . hand th
Livingston, the centre draft Livings?
ton, A new feature in the Livings?
ton plow, and the diamoi
sided reversible point, ,\
for ail plows we cell.
N. 15. We (?til
tvbich we will close out at
a slight adi it., i n
rare chanee to ?ei a g od Hak
a little ir."
! Aug. Tt It ? t i.
S. A, DANNER,
Dross CH-ood s
Percales, Prints, .
. . tun?
!-2?If. ' -. A. DANXE1?.
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
Quality p.iul i5k'<?.
in a well refill itc 1] Cotmtiy <??
-h'.aent. and iln- . We
?I.illtV ol e .'.'Il
VVe promise our I
that tve will make i: i> .y ,
their groceries ol ns In
It wns truly said, "Sau's _
kn a big stock of Fishing Tack
liny;.'' He*, got em sh'irc.
The vi ry topmost figures pal ! for pro?
CASH OR SWOP
' Alw ivs ready to wal
"''?LOWER ? MAGRtJDER
J ck, Vs., a>| It
d who will ?
i>. Funk admr. of \. I II ffmeo ;
H M. Pointai
-, IV. II.
II. ltnian, ? ! r in, Mamie II
an ! fut-an llnSuian. I
: A. '. Boffn
..unity and th
? late . f wbl
I where y.'u an
r. i. .-in .
-tJ. li.H.ii.p. <i.
Wagon for Sale.
|. 11 ?at y r.ew. for talo
hwap.OSdSi 9.W. BAB
;-i . iit, v?ck* n, V?,
DR, D 0. GARTER,
Physician and Surgeon,
VVO< ?DSTOI K, VA.
? iu the
> ? ' ?
ta> 1. , i i.l ?Itfutlon givin to ?jirgery aad
OFFIC? 4 RESIDENCE MAIN ST. OrV. COURT
WSfl'<uj Stoi WehWt
II '? '.
. , - if.
P../. FRA VEL'S.
ill ?plei did line
SFJII?6 ISS .HUI fiiBBSL
1 e constantly
adding during the season. I
id to ex
in ; '
it to nay
that my stock is complete in
? I ?rill not be
IX] i BY ANY ONE.
HAAS & BROTHERS
I satisfy your
To Preserve MS Beautify Your Homes Ute
I G??TTA PEECH? PaAXNT,
THE BE3T PRESERVATIV1 K.VFR USED
? J. iron. Stone or Brick Structure?,
r OR INSIDE OR OUTSIDE WORX. Sead
1 R F. K; ta
O?TTA PERCHA PAINT COMPANY, jyS
. i'??ut Cos. Ture Lake
superior Flosted iron Clad Pilot ia
- ; ir Tin l;
Wood or [roa Brid^ef.Baras Arc.
J.8. IRWIN & Son.
A GOOD FERTILIZER
Shenandoah Farmers Have
IT HAS PROVED ITSEL !1
The Maryland Fertilizers,
JOHN l\ ' ?>N !
F.irchraine??, gr- .
? in t b? at
1 it, are u*t
tr Cell and examl ? ' -? SaMafae
JNO. P. LONAS,
Mt. Jackson, Va.
Ta? t*aM?r ?r ta? ita C???-?.
Hamtketnrrtl bjr ?a?
Eafi&a RU Cu? C:., Sukaa, H. 0.
ll?...-rf.lUW tar* H.?iarrk?l4?
rrlM I.I.? u? kauM??
Mar. Mil. | lj
HOU FLATCDWATID r.B. Ckeap? t
loth? ktoao aorlJ. ?antpl? Wnw.hFrm la