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IS PJtBUSUET* WEEKLY BY MRS. H. H. RIDDLEBERGER. WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY. MARCH 35. 1892. NEWS AND COMMENT. The chairman of the Ohio Republican committee has declared in favor of Cleve? land?as the place for holding the State eonyeiition. It is stated that Belva Lockwojd liai abandoned the Preoidential canvass and is ont for David B. Hill. Go it Belva, this is leap year. We have received the first iinmler ? The Sun, Alexandria's new daily paper. ] starts ont with the vim and enterpri that should commend ?t to the support t the people of that city. Gen. Mahone and internal revenue co lector McCaull have promiied a republ can delegation fiom Page county, Va that Ikojles the deputy collector in the county, ?hull l-e removed. By Tirtne of on act passed by the lai set-si *>n of the Legislature persons if pointed to office l?y the county court wil bold effice for the full unexpired term t their predecessors instead of until th next general ?rkction, as heretofore. The women members of the Nort Carolina Woihl's Fair Board have under taken to raise $10,COO to be devoted t the erection of a Stste building at tb Exposition. They will hold meetings a numerous poiuts throughout the State an? receive subscriptions. Captain Tage McCarthy, the wellknowt journalist cf Virginia, has accepted th? editorship of the Washington,D. C.Demo crat The Democrat is to b? run as a campaign paper, but will not advocat? any particular candidate until he is naraei: by the Chicago convention. Among the witty definitions that havt been credited to eminent men the follow? ing by lngersoll is particularly neat : "A politician is a man who wants the people to do something for him ; a statesman if? a man who wants to do something for the people."' E?za Ellswick, the d.vcrced wife of Louis A. Ellswick, in Kanawha county, W. Vs., is charged with killing Bettie Moore, a young woman who was receiving the attentions of the divorced husband. 1 he girl's throat was cnt from ear to ear. The a:cused protests her innocence. The Roanoke Herald intimates that the enterprising business men and manu? facturers of that city will raise a fund to provide an adequate exhibit of the re? sources of Southwest Virginia at the World's Fair. Roanoke knows the virtue of advertising. CoLgressman Roger Q. Mills was unani? mously elected United States Senator from Texas Tuesday to succeed Hon. Horace Chilton, who was appointed by Gov. John S. Hogg as the successor of Hon. John H. Reagan, who resigned to become chairman of the Texas railroad commission Mr. Chilton withdrew from the contest before a vote was taken Mrs. Ulysse? S. Grant, the widow ol the General, is soon to issne her nmcli talked of volume of memoirs, for which her publishers pay her $50,000 cash and promus as much more in future royalties. Mrs. Grant says in the preface to the profitable work that she wrote herself every line of it, not even dictating any part of it to an amanuensis. It is sai?! that it D. B. Hill should ac? dently drop into the Senate when the s yer bill comes up?supposing that it pa? es the House?he will rote for it. N becanse he favors free coinage part?cula ly, but with the hope of gathering some Southern and Western support the convention. Bnt what good will do him to get Southern and Western yot in June if he loses New York in Noven her.?Charles Town Free Press. Dtm. Tiie effect of the decision of the S preme Court of Appeals last week in tl case of the town of West Point again the West Point Terminal Company is in portant to every city and town in tl Commonwealth. It establishes the fa. that the councils of these have no leg; power to exempt any property subject I taxation. The Terminals property ? West Point, now believed to be woit abont $I,000,COO, was so exempted. Tl tax has not been collected on it for U past two years and amounts to somethin like ?50,000. Senator Hill boasted in one of h speeches in Virginia on Monday tht ' We (the New York Democrats) have Democratic Legislature in both branch?? the first time for many j-ears." He di not follow up this declaration by the e* planation that it was a stolen Democrati Legislature, that the decision of the Com cf Appeals so pronounced it and that i court in Brooklyn Judge Colleo.a Demo erst, had named Hill, one Maynard an Secretary of State Rice as the men wh Lad stolen it. lhat might have spoik? the picture.?X. Y. Press. Ask a lawyer it he would like all tho? engaged in other occupations or profes sions to become lawyers and compel with him. and he will quickly answr No. Ask a merchant whether he wou'.< not be glad to see all those who are no? manufacturers or importers change tliei business aud become merchante too, an? he will speedily express hi? disapproba tlon of any such scheme. Yet the free traders want to mame ns a nation of agri cultnrists and they ask the farmer to bai with joy a system that transf?rai all thos* who are now his customers into bis com? petitors. The railroad law passed at the last ses? sion of the Legislatura will go Into effect Jone 1. It is expected that Commission? er Hill will be crowded with work after that time. Many persons baring complaints against the railroads are holding tbsm back, it is said, to present them under the new law. I'nder the provisions of tbia it is understood that no free pas-ea will be granted to any one except rail? road officers snd their families. This is the view given out in Richmond, but it is well-known that no restrictions baye ever been placed upon state officials and the judiciary, nor is there likely to be under the Mason Isw. The Massey in? vestigation developed the fact that thore official- have -?ever had any difficulty in obtaining free railroad transportation. Lynching; and the Law. In another column wo give an account of the lynching near Warrenton, Fanquier county, Va. of Hiilin .-.nd Dye, two white farm hands wuj bad proved Ihomsclyes to be fiends In humau form. For the sake of stealing the pitiful sum of $75 these men had brutally murdered Mr?. Kinesand lior three children and bad then fired the bouse. They had been tairly tried and found guilty, in tact had confessed the crime, although coward like, each had tritd to lay the blame ou the other. They had been sentenced to be hanged on Fri? day last, but as is now almost invariably the caso in Virginia cunts and under Vir? ginia laws, 1 he machinery of the law had beer put in n:otii>ii to eventually free these self-cciifesscd devils from the pen alty of their eiimcs. Dye's coim-el ba< secured a writ of error from the Court c Appeals aud Httl'ii liad !'.?(n respited t>; the Governor for sixty days. Foreseeiu, the inevitable iesult of this sharp practic the indignant people determined to Uk the n>after in their own hands and aveng thehtllish murder of this poor worn? and her three innocent children. Tb result is given in the account to be foun in another column. Bj to doing we may stand alone anon the papers of this State, but we have n word of condemnation for tho mea wh lynched these brutal murderers. Weaadly confesa that the rule ot mo law is extending. But who or what ia t blame " Th? l.ict that so many person an lynched I? the most powerful indict ment that could be drawn up against th modes of criminal procedure now preya leut in the oonrt? of this country and thi State. There can be no question of th fact that the machinery of the law as nov administered Is cumbrous, slow and an certain, and provides far more safeguardi than terrors for tho criminal. A skillfu criminal lawyer, if his client possesses in tliience, ?tun i n** or money, can wear oui a case, even of brutal murder. Thi law lilis his hands with trump cards.? Be ?an und plenty of technicalities; t law in the indictment, or some legal ?-nibble, no matter how trivial or ridicu? lous, and he can asfe for and secure new trials. He can appeal and postpone unti] the important witneasea are ?dead m have left tlit- country, and the public have for? gotten tl.e cist?. Even if convicted the effect Is lost, it having been so long be? tween the crime and conviction that the connection is lost. When an outraged people arc compelled to resort to lynching as a protection for their lives and property in sucli "entres of civilization as Memphis, Omaha, Cincinnati and Warrenton, is it not time f?>r a!l good citizens to stop and think what is wrong in the laws that now make our courts cities of refuge for crimi nais matead of, as intended by tha found? ers, bulwarks for th? protection of honest men and 11 iiocent and often helnless woo.tu and children. If the press, in -.tea?! of simply pooling out its vials ol wrath on the lynche?, should unito ir using its power to remedy the cause thai leads to these outbreaks of pop? lai indig? nation, w? would soon have better laws, and eonaequently better protection foi society and more certain protection against the criminal classes. For Free Traders to Answer. Why is it that *T> per cent., or nearly one half, of the Dersoni who reach the age ot 60 in England are or have been paupers! Why has the United States in the last ten yean added 1,000,000 wage earners to those engaged In manufacturing occupa? tions f Why has woolen manufacturing in the United Stud's grown |77,0sl6,763 in the last ten years t Why should wo give up a home market worth $13,0.0,.for foreign n.aikets worth less than ?1.'?00,000,000? Why has the foreign price of tin plate decreased ?>f late about as much as the duty has increased T Why did John Bright admit tbat under I free trade the Engli-h farmer lost in re cent years over $1,000,000,000 ? Why baye the number of workmen em ployed in the irou and steel industries ii Germany Increased since the return to pro tection 40 per cent., the wages paid ."?7 pe cent, and tho average paid to each work man IT 1.10 pel cent. ? Why do 30 per cent, of the children o British workmen In London go to scboo every morning without breakfast?as tin Daily Telegraph admits?--X. Y. Press. Another Cargo for Russia. The cordial reception of the Indiana a Libau, the evident gratification whicl lier n:its;on ot relief has afforded th? Rust-ian unllioritit's. and th? assuranc? that the supplies will be distributed whet? they will do the most good have inspire?: the citi/.'iis of Philadelphia to send an other ?hipload of breadstnft' to the samt port, which is exceedingly creditable t? their liberality and publie spirit. The steamship Cont-maugh, of the In ternational Navigation Company, hai he? n tendered for the second trip, and thi purebaas "f 20,000 barrels of float for bei ??.UK?) has been anthorised by the relie committee. It is confidently expectet that she will bo loaded in time to sail or the 16th "f April. All honor to the ener getic and broad-ganged business men 01 Philadelphia. The ('tinker City may b< accounteil slow in sonn: things, bot in thit matter she indicates a high rate of speed How The Straws Blow. Tho New York World contains an elab? orate letter, ligned ? A German American' on the German vote, which closes as fol? lows: "To sum up m biief: The Democrati of German birth have declared and served notice upon the party that they will vote for the Republican candidate if a man I? nominated at Chicago, who is in favor ol free coinage or if a tice-coinage plank it adopted. With the loss of the German vote, or even a largo part of it, the Demo? cratic party is bound to lose New York and Indiana, its success ;n New Jersey and Connecticut will bo seriously imperil? ed and all hope of carrying Wisconsin sud Illinois must be given up. This ii thi situation as it presents itself to the cool and impartial observer." The family Bible of George Washing? ton's mother, owne?l by Mrs. Lewis Wash? ington of Charles Town, W. Va., bai been loaned for exhibition at Monnt Ver non. It has a cover of heme-spnn cloth put on by its original owner. The Wash? ington Post says that the book has b?en wonderfully preserved for it? age, and all of its png*s are still intact, except the tint five or six, that were torn ont and placed In the corner stone of the Mary Washington Monument, at Frederick? bnrg, Va. The first entry in It is tbe marriage of Angnstine Washington and Mary Ball, in 1731 ; and the next Is of the birth of George Washington, February 11, ir.\>. 8enat?i Stanford bas refused ah offer ol $110,000 for tbe stallion Advertiser. WASHINGTON LETTER. rWritten and compiled for the Hibald.1 Washington, U. C., March 21.?Seare tary Foster was at hi? desk bright and early this morning, hard st work npon the business which had accumulated dur? ing his flying European trip. He looks well, and ?ay? be feel? mnch better than he did when he went away, and there i? no visible evidence of the black eye he re? ceived by being thrown against tbe side of the cabin by a ?ndden lurch ot the vessel, on the homeward voyage. Wheu asked about, the new batch ot stories which have been atated concerning the condition of tbe Treasury, he smiled and ? aid : "They are ?imply repetition? of tbe ?tories which bare been periodically start? ed by the Democrat? for a year or two past. The Treasury is all right ; it ia meeting and will continue to meet every legitimate demand npon it, and will al?o continue the policy of keeping the money of the country in active circu? lation, where everybody gets some benefit from it, instead of allowing It to accumu? late either in the Treasury or in favored depositories." Secretary Hlaine continuas to improve, and, if he doea not conclude to take a short trip, will probably resume his dutie? dur? ing the present week. He ia in perfect accord with what tbe President has ?one concerning Behring Sea mattere. Certain Democrat? in Congre?? maxie a very shrewd move tbe other day to neu? tralize tbe effect of the pa?sage of the Free Coinage bill upon the interest? of their party in the Eastern and Middle State?, and for a time it looked like they would succeed in trapping the Republi cans into helping them, but it no longe locks that way. It was proposed, and ; very innocent proposition it looked, tha Representative Harter, of Ohio, and Rep resentative Bland, of Miisonri, should en gage in a joint discnssion ot free silver ii some of the big eastern cities. As both o these men are Democrats, representing re spectively the radical sides of tbe silvei question, no politics was diicerned in th? proposition. But when Mr. Bland said hi could not take part, and suggested thai Representative Bartine, of Nevada, one 01 the lew Republican free coinage men ir the House, should take bit part, tbe poli tics in the scheme at once became appar? ent, and it fairly bulged ont when to the original proposition was added another, that the speeches of the two men should be reported and printed for distribution in the East, the speeches to be printed in parallel columns with heads reading "A Republican for tree coinage" and 'A Democrat against free coinage." If the Democrats get no help of this sort until it is given them by Republicans their case may be regarded as hopeless. In sDlte ot the comnlaints of the low salarie? paid our consol? abroad?muc less in many instances than private bus nes? houses pay their representative? a the same place??tbe peanut policy of th Democrats in tbe House has been applie? to the diplomatic and consular appropria tion bill and the salaries of a large mini ber of consul? Teduced. The committe also struck out entirely the appropriate for the Bureau of American Republic which has been of great service to thosi havintr or desiring to have business wltl the conntrie? of South and Central Amer ?ca. Notwithstanding the attempt ?if Senaten Hill to bulldoze the Democrats of the House election committee into enclor?in?i the theft by which Mr. Rockwell, of New York, hold? the ?eat to which Represen tative Noyes wa? honestly elected by the voter? ot the twenty-eighth district of that State, only one Democrat e*> that committee voted against the report de* claaing Colme) Noyes entitled to the ?eat which has been made to the House. At last one man has been found who la not ashamed to be railed a Mugwump. It is Representative William?, of Massaclm kctts tha crpntinman who has linen nl.-av ing "me too" to young Sherman Hoar all this session. A nnmber ot clothing manufacturers having given the snb-commiitee of the House committe on Manufacturers a most glowing description of the benefits of the so-called "sweating system" of hard lalior| that oomtnittee will think it over until the 29th Inst., when it will go to Boston for further information. This week will be made memorable by the debate on the Bland tree coinage bill, and the passage of that measure by the House. Abont the only part the Republi? cans will take in the proceedings will be to see that the Democrats go on record properly. No dodging will be allowed. The free-trade press ii daily called upon as purveyors of news to chronicle events under the MoKinley tariff which they would gladly exclude from their columns. These papers were unanimous in stigma? tizing the new law as the father of all trusts, yet since it passed they have been recording the death, one after atictber, ?f the very combinations out of which they made campaign capital in the past.? Hardly had the law passed when the I linseed oil trust went to pieces. The oatmeal trust followed snit. Then tbe I agricultural implement trust, tho steel beam trust, the sslt (alleged) trust. collapsed in succession. Tho bucht trust got into difficulties which it has b-m unable to get ont ot as yet and the Pro? tectionist atmosphere of these tariff walled United State? has finally become too hot even for the great Standard Oil trust and it is about to disorganize? America is to-day th? most unwholesome spot on earth tor these combinations.? American Economist. There are thousands of Democrat? tbronghont the Union who bave not given up tbe idea that Cleveland will yet be tbe nominee ot tbe party for president, doubtful as was that prospect after Sena? tor Hill oaptnred the New York conven? tion. The Washington correspondent of the Kansas City Times take? this view of the Democratic presidential possibilities : "Boies cannot b? nominated ; he is not big enough nor old enough nationally. Palmer is too old and has a fight on with Morrison in his own Stste. Gormsn i? young, can wait, will prefer a ??fur hour and a surer thing , and will not ask for tbe nomination. Hill, as against Cleve? land, san't get it. Cleveland, with Gor? man left ont, ean and will. And Gorman will stand sponsor. And Tammany will endorse, and Hill will acquiesce, and the Democracy will carry New York. It will be Graver Cleveland. It is so I read th? signs of Democratic times. A? a last word, my warning la, watch Gorman." Cremated in a Wreck. Whi-.k-.ino, W. Vs., Mar. 22.? ?*?. freight train on the Monongabela road ran Into a passenger car near Fairmonnt, killing W. ?S. Strotbers, on? et the passengers. Tbe ear took fire and Strothers was burned to death. Four others were seriously hnit. At Roanoko on May 5. 1'i-ui am iiMi*. ?n* IHK viniitNiA RKron I.IC.l.V I '?.\\ IN II? >.N. At Roannko th" Btfa of May the Virginia Republican convention will lie? held. This wa? clocideel Taesdaj night at the meeting of the State Re jm liran * ?Tnmit tee held at Cliamli ?rlata's, In Washington, D. C, pnraoaal to :i ?nil trass (. n, ral Mahonc, the chairiiiiin. i--u?<? a I??-.-. day0 Uto, About thirty BCCTtdited ?Ll?gate? were on band from the tin committees, aad perhaps twin- tli.it namber of Republicans were admitted to the coiinci1. Beaideo the arrangemeots tor the 8tatc convintioii. the placea, datas, and rapra? ?entation of tin- d 1st riot Bonveatioaa were determined Gt ii-ral llali? n?? nipjied tin) convention to onliT it 8 ??'clock and started the ?vli<-i-i t-i- i ? h a brief speech eoagratalating the party opon tit? enthusiasm and at It ml.iiir.'. :iti?l ontlining the btisine?? to be transacted. The Repul? ?cans of Roanokt? ?iiarivn teed a free ball, tree music, anil amp's hotel accommod?t ions, mo their OaTeC wa? accepted and the convention will meet at the Academy of IfosiC In that city May .'?. Ill?? dtstret oonrentions were amagad i?y the delegate?; who were present. They will be: First district, Tappahannoek, April 21. R6 delegate? and 33 alternate?; seeoad, Norfolk city, May '?'<. 76 delegates and -li alternates; third, Richmond, May l. t;i delegates and 3*2 alternate's j loiirth. Farm ?ill?, May .'i, 72 delegate? and 4n alter Dates; fifth, Martinsville, May 3,56 del? - gates an?! 31 alternates; sixth, Roanoke, May 5, '.I delegates and :'.l alternates; sev? enth, Lnray, May :;. .'.I delegate? and 88 alternats?; eighth, Manas.as, April 88, ."'ii delegates and ill alternates ; ninth, Tazewell Court House, April 86, 12 (??le? gates and 40 alternates; tmMi, Clifton Forge, May 3, Cl delegate? and 38 alter? nates. This gives a total of 084 delegate? to c-mooso the Btat? Convention. Clifton Forge, whero tiie, tenth district convention will be held, It a new commercial town, ? where tbe Ropnbliean? expect to make a strong ?bowing. The State Exposition. ATTB < ii'? i PREMIUM? OFWHUtD B*f THI >ni 11 IV rOBCOUXTT l MI11UTS. Tbe following is a list of premi unis offend to the counties o Yi-gi.iia by tbe Virginia Aj.r'.cultur al Society at its Moood grand rxpositior to be held in Richmoni, commencin?? Thursday, October 6th, and lasting thro? This ?ist is pnbliabed in advanw of the regular prsmiam list that tho coun ties may have ample lime to arrange foi an exhibit creditable to the Ntato a? well as themselves. Tbess prsmiam? art open to the conntiea "f Virginia only, not to Individuals : Pest collective exhibit of rornvicsiioct log quality and product per acre. First pnze, $30 : leoond prize, $10. Best collective exhibit of wheat?, re* ipecting quality and product i.er acre. Pirat prize, f30 : second pris**, HO. l'.-sr. collective exhibit ef oats and rys, respecting qnality and product per a?-r?'. First prize, $25 : second prize, Heat collective exhibit of 'nays an?! farm peas respecting quality an?! product per aere. First prize,$25; s,.(.,in,i ?it;/,?. $10 !!??-? rebibit of ?lark tobaooo, respeoting quality and prodoot per acte. First prize,$30; second prize, |10. Besl collective exhibit ot light tobacco, respecting quality and product per acra. First pi ' cond pi / -. - Beat collective exhibit of cotton, :? - log quality and product i>er acre. First I a I ize - 'ill/.', ?10. Beat collective exhibit ot garden 1*ir-1 ; ? cond prize, 1". Best col eclive exhibit ot peanuts. Fir?! prize, $20 : second prize *; st collective exhibit ot fruits. First prize, f '": econd prize, . If. st collective exhibit of sweet and Iti-h i".t ii |20 ; leconil pr?7'' $10. Beat collective exhibit "f root crops oiiu-r than potatoes, First prize, $20; seooiul prize, $10, Beat ? * Ilecl . exhibit of oilier vege? table-. First prize, **20; second prize.$10, li.'st collective exhibit of shed and seule Bah. -.'. ' : Bscond, prize. $10 Best bale ol broom-staw hay. First prize, il". BWEKP8TAKKS. 15 ?t collective exhibit of agricultural prodnctiona. Kirs? pri/--, |*25<?; second piir?'. fjSOO : third pria?, f?O. Beat collective exhibit of taioarala. Kir?t lit'/--. ind prise, third pri? ? I collective exhibit nf woods and titulier. First prize, $'?00; second prize, 1150; third pri?t ?.$"." Best collective exhibit by any city or town of its local manufacturera, cotnpria nig wood, mi-1?lie and textile fsbi es. First prize, | ii 1 pri/ ?, third prize, $50. Mr. A.M.T It, secretar***, with offlce in the rim? building, Biobtnoad, Va. will he glad to furnish any information on the subject. President Harrison "Writes An? other Noto to Lord Salisbury. Washikgton, Maren 22.? The I'resi dent is writing to-night a reply to Lord ttalisbary's laal answer to the demand? of thi? Government for a renewal of tbe modna vivendi in Behring Sea. A? soon as Prosidenl Harrison liiimhea hi? answer it will be transmitted by A?si?tant Secre? tary ?,f State Wbarton to .*-ir Julian Psnneefon sad i y him cabled directly to tb? London Foreign Officer to-night. The langnage of tbe letter la kept strictly secret, as is tbe laagaago of Lord Salis? bury'? last communication. It has I ?-,-,m,?- qoite wall nadentood now, however, that the pnrpoti of Balis lurry's reply was ??holly unsatisfactory, and that tli? letter which President Har? rison is writing t' -uighl i? a? lirm in its tone and as aaserfive of the rights of tba Hnitsd States In Behring Sea ami of the determination ??f this adminislratloa to defend tboie rightr, as Lord Ballsbary'a note is mi lerstood to be at c net- arrogant ami tv.i State News. There la a man In the Bedlard poo** bonae named Ifoass Williaasa, who u 102 year? o'd. He baa been there for fourteen -rears, but fa etill quite active and work? every day. A handsome portrait of Edgar Allan Poe has been presented to the Unlves-ait** of Virginia i?v W. I!. 1'aine. of Kan?a?. It ha? basa plaood ia the library collec? tion of alomnl aod profai Jeff D'oly, the Roanoake mnnlerer who is ?enteint-il to lie haiif-cd there Oil A|?ril Ut, is i xiremely ill in jail in Lynch bnrg. Hi? malady is consumption, and it is Impossible to tell how long he will sors Its. llorad '.vom in, tin? otilv colored re?i d I Ifataaoo, in Ohsartorflold aoantj, ill, a f.-v ?lavs ago. At her re?|iie>.t ihe pall-l?earers were nil ? hite BUIb? Bl of the village, mid the fanerai BOTT?OSS ??re con? ducted by a ? bits ?lalator. In the trial of Richard Campbell, in the ?iinntv ????,ut ,,f ]'t|>>>ahianiiock, laat week tor inraliciniiclv ?booting hi? wife at hi? home, near Woodville, the jnry failed to agree. Eleven wore f.?r penitfiitiary ing tho ***r*S0MI and one for acquittai. The greatest cnrio?ify ever ?em in thi? part of the conntry wa? born near Marion, Va., last week. It was a female child with one body, two head?, fonr arms and four legs, und it soon died. Had it lived Virginia would have contained on? of the moat wonderful monstrosities of the pree eiit age, or any other age. The body wfie fully developed, and the bead? ?ct on tso ?boulder? facing each other. The tongue extended from on-*? month to the other, and it could cry out of both month?, which was one misfortune The name? of ft e parent? are wi'hh?Id on account nf their not desiring the notoriety of publication. A nice lot of buggies and ?pring wagon? jnst receive! by Wightman, Hisey A ?o, Lynching in Virginia. LEE IIKKI.IN ANI? -I ? a -~ I I'll l'YK HI'N<? AMD THKX RIDDLED Hi 111 IU I.I.I. 1-. *?VAi?j!K.Nrii\. Va.. Mai ih l? Hclliii arid Joseph !>>'-. both white f?*rm hands, were lynched this mon nj murder of Mrs. Kino? and her three ?bil dren near Ciilverton. Faiii|?.ii?T comity in Novsmber last. rumored that a party of lynchen would break Into the jail at this pi ma laut nlgbl and 1;. "<-h the prisoners. With ( 1 ISM of cirriimveiifing the lyr.chers tbe prie* ? m t ikso o if secretlv last nighl and start-'il toward Osinsville, on the liaoassaa Gap B Itond. Th?'party, wlm-h left ?:i a WBgC 'I "I" ??>*? I" ?"??"ll"*? Dspaty Bherifl ? Bniwner and Pettlt, two jail cnards ani th? two at OM o'i'l.irk this mornii | ?>'?>? it S'ty armed in.'ii came to Wfarrsi Ion and prots?**edi ?1 at one to the j nl. They ?l.'iimi.il?''! ad? mit?anos, and II v ? - ranted, ? b? found that th" pr!.- bad been t.".k?-n ixwav. The ??ri m ?I ?as covered with nowl] fallen in*w, and tbe lynohers fol ItiwM lbs t? k mad.* by tl"' vehicle. IT.?. prisoner? wer? ?boni twelv? mile? below W'arrentoD. In the direction ??! Oainsville. 'I lie d? np sud? denly on the pii-n; .-i- Dging a liymn, "ll"'l Will It- with Un Until We Ifest Again." Tbs head of the team was Ml Zed ;?!i'l for:-,- or fifty overed tho jailers and their prisoners A few second-- nifflesd to drag not Dya and II? ilm, who begged for mercy, and were told that they should have inch mercy as they ha?! (-hen the widow and her chil? dren. Dye declared that I!? Mm waa the c in*.?'of the morder, but no time was spent in parley, and in B fe v miuutra the murderer- were dangling in the air from the largest tree In the iietgbbnrhood ."'Lev struggled in choking to death, and fers riddled with bullets to ipeed their il-.rh. It was jnst 2 o'clock when the deed was complet? d. Thi? morning Acting Coron r Wharton h??!?l an inqneal at tbe pi ice of execution, and ths seven jurors returned a verdict that ."Dye and II? Mm Were dead by I In? 1, a mis ?it portons nnknoa :i to tbe jury." 1111. CRIMK. I Tell i ii and Dye were ?entenced in Jan nary to be banged at Wsrrenton betwoei R and 8 ? 'clock this morning for the mnr ?1er of Mrs Kines and her three children near Cal verton, ??ri No* ember 'J laut, liotl men having been tried and convicted o the manier. Fearing n similar attempl o? their lives, the two men were tnkei from Warreiitnti i? Alexandria on No crenber 27 and confined iu jail there til December 28 when they ????n- brought back for trial. Aftei tbe men had beer ??mis icted I'.,? ?' ? coni ?el sei ired a ant ol error tram the Court nf Appeals, and las) week ILtliii was respited by the Oovemoi tor sixty days to aunt the result of tiir new trial, should Dye -, mreone. Tb? people of Wsrrenton end vicinity, con? vinc?il that lbs men wi re guilty of the horrible murder?, and fearing that tbe Marse ?if thslaw might in some way be turned aside determinnl to tako mutters in their own han-!?, and ' given above. V. hei ?i il II wa? first arrested be % murdered Mr?. Kin,? and be i i : ' Iren, bnl be after? ward retracted, and de< lured Dye did the killing m his prese n i-. I be ob|ect of the msi-der waa money, and ihey second about ; May Break tho Sold South. ? pbomisixo outlook fob republicans is vi .i,i?.ia ami south Carolina. A dixpatch fron to tbe New Yoik Pn M ?a* ? ? were never brightei In Mrginia than m tin? time. The late p in i?.in? of <. -n?-i.il Maleme, ex I u an I Colonel .Lunes I) tuber ?it the Nat iooal Coin m be rs noiiiinatii n of 1 m, and th-re will h ? 1,1 e coniention and laiit un Miiitie apolia, (in the ?'?h, r . levi lind and - i?c aoaing tin- I k ; N,,-.i here in i be Sou! b, except pei the am ?o I ?? ? i? of tbe e\ l'i.'-iileiit and Mr. Hill. Tl - li.i? a? hi? - i ijiaj ?i ity ol i li? Con gressmeu, more t ban half "t : of tli'- . all the poli? tician?, rhe pri , ? "? able to t'h-\ eland, and i i ol the people seem to pre I certain that tbe liillitea will by some m.-.i'is secure the ion to Chicago. If Hill s;, mid receive the Dominstion thousands ol I1 Virginia ?ill n it ?? u ? ? i >. > r t him, and sbonld Clevilainl In-tin- winner ui-iiiv of tin Hillitei will 1 ?? third pal 'y will ligni oualy in Virgin a nexl i ?i . ai .1 Ifs i ntire ! tllfl Dell, li the i'-' : rotea and the Bepubli together the electoral vote ol Virginia will almost certainly go '?> the nominee of the Minneapolis con i i News . .un .s ii Bin : rcea in Noi'h i s nro poaa :.i i ii,.- . m tbe I leo o in ? pa i here and make a big ili-lii to carrj the Old N S The third party will lead ?ill thousands <?i II imo ; i - ipe to poll at , .1 are now organizing foi tii : 1'iiie mach neither Hill nor CI cairy Vir? ginia or Not th Cai I uo mattet wh.i'ii i !, ? 11 imc rat? ite the Republicans will bave a S'leuilid chance to brea!, tb? lold South. A Mountain Girl's Revenge. A dispatch from Kanhville, Tenu., the Louisville l I ? ia* s :, Ina letter received bere to-day fro Depnty Colleetpr C. C, S peats, a romant story is told "f th? capture ot ? big llllc distillery in lloaro? county. Tenu Tl ??aptnre was made possible through tl: jealousy of a mountain maid, and, as result, two tuen ar? in jail and an old sti has been broken Dp, Bl Waahburn, a call ?a mountain yootl na? bean courting Bailie Perki week? ago Si took Bally to a countr dance,and whilsthereauccumbed to th ebarmsot B*rs?le Bivena, and danosd aril bet s. \ sral timea, much i" Bailie's chagrii : Bl, an Baiiis determined 10 gel even, ["be nez day she wrote to D ira, who? add re? she kne w, i b ? al ion "f a h?^ n-oonahto? still. The offlosr sritfa two deputies arrived u line season, and one nigh) last B |iil.iie,i them t Mel ye miles across tii? mountains to her rival'? bons, She thei gave information upon wbicb the offlesi prooesded, ai d B il le returned to bei bomi alone. Depot] Collector Spears and hi men went to a huge bo loa in on? oornsi of the yard, and ?me by o.irswled Int* the opi mug. I'hev foim i tbsmaelTM in i large underground room sided up wit! log?. Two m? h wer? at work, ind th.-si proved to !"? Wash Biveni snd Henrj Btsi ?'Hi They were arrested and tbsatil deatraysd 1' ????.is ni nouanal si/-, sm on? of the mus? complete evsi found. Tin smi.k ? irai conveyed to ? ??bin ohimncj thirty yards away, while water was se? cured irom an ondergroond stream. A man liained Fraley was arrested In Ko.tiioke B I'm lay bt< niog on th?- ?barn of a brutal a-.anl! on a I '? i : i r \ear-olil *"b_ FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor in the blood, ulcers, catarrh, and consumption, use Ayer'sSarsaparilla The most economical, safe, speedy, and effective of all blood-purifiers. Has Cured Others will cure you. la-?aaiaa?-------? -?-_ Senator Hill and Colonel O'Perrall Richmond Time?. Dem Our Washington correspondent tell? u? of a most impudent attempt made by Senator Hill to browbeat or bully Col. i ?'Kerrall, chairman ot the Elections Com? mittee of the House, into giving a ?eat in the House to Rockwell (Democrat), ol (few York, in a contest between him?el( and Noyes | Re publican), ot New York. Mr. O'l'eirall and a majority of the com? mittee had come to the conclusion, on the M ta'-cn by tba parties and sub? mitted to them, that the Republican was eniiil, d to the seat, and that the Demi era! 'n claim to it could not be sustained. W boron poo Senator Hill must needs in tei i? re ;?i?'l endeavor to coerce Mr. O'Fer r id into cbaagtag hi? vote as chairman c f th?- sommltti Any interfer? nee whatever by Mr. Rill wa? simply mi act of imiiertinence. He ia a senator from New York, and in no ?ay whatever connected with cither the orgaalsatiaa or conduct of Imaine?? of the limi-c. !lis duties are wholly separated from the function? ot the House, and there is ? peculiar impropriety in hi? meddling in any way whatever with the ? ?oi?titiiti??n of the House. The whole theory of tho Government I? that esch body Ol the legislature shall be entirely ile from and independent of tbe other, in order that one may be a check upon the other. If, however, tLe Senate i? to have a voice in determining the personnel of the House, the separation and independence of the two bodies ->nds, and the House* WOnld soon dwarf into ?hat would he no more than a ?seles? annex to the Senate. fini the reason advanced by Mr. Hill why Rockwell should be seated and N'oyes tamed ?mi, is so | e.'ii'iatly a part ot that lyetem ot politics of whirl) Mr. Hill is the most tonspieuosa living ornament, that we cannot forbear a passing remark ii|niii if. Mr. O'Ferrall, instead of at once send? ing Mr. Hill about his business, entered into ;i discussion with him, ?uni finally told him that 'iiurh lietter arguments for allowing theDetaoerat to hold the seat liad been made for him than he (Hill) was making, but thai the committee had con olnded, nevertheless,that the Republican was entitled to the seat. To this Mr. i ill replied, angrily : "Do you mean to tell me that yon will ' ? In mot rat when you have a ma ?irilij if the cominitttr" '. '. Bere W? have the whole philosophy of th s si'hool of politics. Let justice and righ: go to the ?logs so that the party prevail?. Are the people ol the United States prepared to endorse this proposi lion ? Another Girl Wants to Marry a Oirl. Mi Mi'ins, Tknn, March 17.?Another casa of unnatural love, similar to the infatnatlon of lice Mitchell lor Freda Ward, has been discovered in this city. addle Phillip? and Minnie Hnbbard are each seventeen year? of ags. On Sunday the two girls disappeared and were not fonnd for three days. Miss Phillips on her return home said she and Minnie bad been together. She told her mother that she loved Minnie and would rather be dead than separated from her. She further stated that ah? cared nothing for tbe so? ciety ?.i men and that Minnie was th? only person she could marry, and this she intended todo as soon as she secured some money. Miss Phillips is a fine-iook ing girl and has been carefully educated. If ?as agreed today between the parents of the two girls to separate them, and when Miss Phillips heard the result of the council she wa? overcome with grief. Consumption Cured. An old physician, retired from practict, having had placsd in his lianils by an Has* India missionary the formnla of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedv and permanent cure of Consumption, Bronchi.!?, Catarrh, Asthma and all throat and Lung A fleet ions, also a posititive and radical cure for Nervous Debility and all Servons Complaints, after having tested inderfnl curative powers in tbou 1, has fell it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this mrtive ami a desire to relieve human ?offering, I will send free ot ehargs, to all who desire it. this recipe, in German,French or English, with lull directions for preparing and using. Seut by mail by addressing with stamp, nam? ing this paper. W. A. RoTSS, 190 Poireri Rochester, X. Y. A 29-Year-Old "Infant." I'liMi: 8ANDCSKT, O., March 21.?There ?? Wbarton, in tho western part "f tbe county.one of the most remarkable ol creatures, an "infant"' aged 29 year?.? The chilli, or voting man. wa? the ?on of Auatin Borden,and during a 1 the year? of its life was nothing inoie than a mere baby. I' developed in no respect, and died in its cradle. It could neither talk, walk nor recognize any one, and was as li?- pleas when It reached its manhood a? the day it ?a? lorn. Monday morning two well known Rich? mon 1 lailies took the final vow? renounc? ing the World, and a third took tbe simple vow?. Thi! ceremony took pl?ce at St. May's Benedictina Institute. The re nnneiaota wen- Sister Mary, (Mis? Lizzie Babea) Sister Margaret,(Miss Mary Loher) and Sister Scholastic?, (Miss Grace Bliley.) The latter took the simple vow?. I hi? lady had worn the black veil for some time, although she had not assumed it. Bishop Yan tie Vyver was the cele? brant at the Monday morning's service?. The chapel was pasaos* with the relative? and friends of the renuueiant?. Now Try This. It will cost you nothing and will ?urely ?lo you good, if you have a Cough, Cold, or any trouble with Throat, Cheat or Lung?. I>r. Kinds'? New Discovery for Conanmptlon, Coughs and Colds i? guar? an?, ?-cl to give relief, or money will be paid hack. Sufferer? from La Grippe (bond it.just the thing and under it? use had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample hot tie at our expen?e and learn for yourself just bow good a thing it ia.? Trial hot ties free at the drug stores. Latga n\/.'i .'?Oq and 81 00. 11. Behmitt, Woodstock, and C. P. Elsey, Kilinhurg. Rheumatism Cured in a Day. ? Mystic Cure" for Rhenmstt?m snd Neu? ralgia radically cure? in 1 to3 day?. Its action upon the system is remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause anil tho disease immediately disappear?. The first dose greatly benefit?. 75 cent?. Sold by F. R. Inwi.***Drnggist, Woodstock. Jan. li)?8mo. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The beat salve In the world for Cut?. Broloea, Sore?, Ulcer?, Salt Rheum, Fever Son?,Tetter, Chapped Hand?, Chilblain?, Corn?, and a'l Skin Eruptions, and posi? tively cure? Piles,or uo pay required. It is guarantee?! to give perfect satisfaction, or moiii'v refiiniled. Price -.*) cent? per boa For sale by B. Schmitt, Woodstock, and C. P. Ilisey, Kdinburg. LJan. 29 -ly. When n?l>j* wa? ?Ick, we gave ber Csat-tjris. When ?he wa? a Child, ?he cried for Csstorls. It-baa "lie liooame Ml??, ?he cluaf* to C???oriS. When ?he had Children, ?he gsre tUm 0****-aori? F.n<;li?h Spavin Liniment removes all Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps and Blt-ra i?he? from hornea, Blood 8psvioa, Curbs, Splint?. Sweeney, Ring-Hone, Stilles, Sprain?, sll Swollen Throats, Congh?, etc. Save $'?0 by use of one bottle. War ranted the moat wonderful Hlemieh Cnre ever known. Sold by Fraak R. Irwin, nrii|-gi?t,Wood?tock, V?. Dec. 455?6m. for nvaPEPtttA, Indlfrc-tlon, ami Stomach disorders, take nitowvti mux bittkks. All deslen keep It, SI per bottle, c-?miinehu italic mark sad croa*e?l rad lines on wrapper. Itch on hntnan and horse? snd all ani? mals cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. This never faile. Sold by Frank R. Irwin, Druggist, Woodstock, Va, Mwrar - - -?-. for Infants and Children. "Castorla is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." IT. A. Atienta, M. D., IU So. OifurJ St., Brooklyn, ft*. Y. "The use of 'Castorla' is so universal and iu merit? so well known that it aeema a *-ork of supererogation to endorse It. Few are the intellf?*ent famili?*? who do not keep t'aatona wi-Join ?-*?jy reach." Cablos Martv?, v.v . New York rity. Late Pastor Bloomlngilalo Ueformed Church. Castorla ?-tires Ci.li?-. r BOOTStoiiiui-li, l'iurriei-a. hi i. ' Kill? Worm?, gn?-f *aas* Kation, WitLout injurious me!. a For ?everal years I your ' Castorla, ' atnl sh.-ill.?. do so as it bas Invariahly pr>.sii..; ? cMiflaai n-sults." ED-rix K. Pardzi?. 'A. 0., "The Winthrop,'" i-itii ?^tr-.-et N? * ? Tn? CsKTiva OMMSTf. W McnaAV S-rn:.--. Jljaltimore & UiilO Kailroad Ociikuui.k IN EFFECT NOVEMBER \:>TU, 1891. UNTIL FUBTBEB NORTHBOUND. 11-" MAIL. 416* Kxi'ici;. i; MIXI.I). MIXED Leave Loxingtou. f? loam 1 19 9 I ]? n. Arri Staunton Harrisoubnrg... New Market_ Mt. Jackson_ Woods.?ick. .-Uiirg. Capon Road_ Winchester., St.nhenson. L'hanestown_ ve Harper's Ferry Washington. Baltimore. 3 ?'?'? Philadelphia. 6 IS New York.! 8 02 1 M " B 11 " - T", " 9 IS " 9 *:' " lo IS " 10 SI " 11 19 " 11 W " 18 ?-'?) " 2 :!'? p. m 1 30 ?> so :: 12 ;i 49 :< r.i Il 89 il ; ? 33 - 5 .'- ?? - ; TO 00 " :> .*.."? a m. I 7 10 " 16 p ;?; ta i 20 ' .: p ? i 30 ?i. m. ? 13 ?* 6 15 " 7 TO " ?.'11 ' 10 10 " Additional mixed trains Nos. 140 an?! 441 leave Woodstock at '.? l.? a m, and lo 20 ?? m stopping at all stations, arrive at Harper's Ferry at 585 p m and 2 ?1 a in. SOUTHBOUND. - - 24 9 0-* Leave New York. " Philadelnhia. " Wilmington. " Rait i more. " Washington. " Harper's Ferry. " Char les tow o. " Stephens?)ii. "Wiaeheater.! 019 " "CipouRoad.' 9 - " "Strasburg . 10 19 " "Woodstock. 1047 " " Mt. Jackson. 11 2Q " " New Harket. 11 39 " " Harrison burg. 19 98 p. m " Stauntoa. 1 10 Arive Lexington.| ?Daily, except Sunday. tSunday only CONNECTIONS. Train 41-". connects at Harper's Ferry with Limitad Express,arriving ?I Pi 8 .10 p m. Columbus at 2 66 a m and Chicago at 11 36 next morning, ?mi log ;it Cin? cinnati at 7 45 next morning, Louisville 11 .">7 noon and St. L p u . Train 41ii ooooecti at Harper'? Ferry with Pittabargh and CI ?ago E in m, arriv lag at Conusllavilis 4 95 and l'atsburg 190 next atxning, Colombo? I -.'> p ? ?ad Chicago 9 :?0 p m. Trains 417 has Day CoachM and Pullman - . 1 ? iv ? Baltim.and U':i?iiington to Lssin?*ton, Pullman B - Haiti* more to StSUnton. N?*-w York passengers change ?I Wai s.'tigers change at Hatper'a Ferry. Train 41.1 his Day Coaches an.I Pullman Can N ? ? ?OI . _ Coaches Baltimore to ?Winchester via the o ?1 Line. Train 420 has rhroo*tfa Coaches Winchester to Baltim .. I Day Coaches and Pullman P?rlorCar? Baltimore to Mow York. Train 11- baa D? - \ington to Washingl..:i and in H?l? fet Parlor Cars Staunt.m to Baltimore, and I) iv I Washington to New York. Through Pullman s eeping Can fiom Harpsr's Ferry ?rains. Excursion Tickets ?ill he sold to parties of ten or m< on the Valley Division?good for two day?. For Dites, tickets, baggage ?hecks, apply th? B. J* 0. B. R, or to C. E. DoOBOW, Traveling I'.issenger Agent Wincliester. Va. CHAS. O. SCl.'LL, Qsa. Pass, kg*. J.T.ODELL.O COMMISSIONERS' SALB -OK VAI.VAIILK REAL ESTATE! ni: w; HAMBCBO, \ ikginia. Samuel H. Bowman i Circuit Court of vs. Shenatidoah Coun \anoy Bawerset al?. S ty, Virginia. By virtue of a decree entered in vaca? tion in the above cause, on the *W?I day of February, 1999. the un?ler?igned Commla aioner? will offer at public auction, in trout of the Court-House, at Woodstock, Va., on SATURDA Y, M IRCE \ib\ 1802, the tract of land conveyed by B. H. Row man ami Wife to Nancy Bowers, contain ing by recent sut vey 4 aerea, I! roods and I!."? pole?, more or le??, ?itiiuted nene* Ham? burg, Slieiiandoah County, Va., il tieing a part of a certain tract of land formerly belonging to tleor:-?; Hearsht, and va? as? signed a? dower to Mary Bearsit, his wnl ow. The laad is of good quality and the imi rovomeiits consist ol a dwelling house and other necessary building?. TERMS OF BALE i On-.-t.nrd c??h and the laatdoa in six and twelve months from clay of ?ale, with interest therefrim, and the title to be retained un? til the further order of the Court. The purchaser may anticipate Ins payment?. W. T. WILLIAMS. M. L WALTON'. Spl. Commissioner? In the- Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of Shenandoah Comity, Wo?i.lstock. Va , March 2, lt-92, S. II. Bowman, - Complainant. Against In Chancery Nancy Bowers, Ac, - D?tendant?. I. George Vf. Miley, Clerk of ?aid Court, do hereby certify that Wm. T. Williams, who was appointed Special Commissioner of ?ale in said caaes by a dears* rendered therein on the ?J*.?,I day of F.-biury, 1899, has executed bond, wich personal seem itv, in the ponalty fixed by the Court, and conditioned and payable as prescribed by? law. Given under my hand this ?.'?I day of March, A. I). 1-9.?. G. W. MILKV. td] C. C. C 8. C I VIRGINIA. To Wit : In the Clerk's Oflloe of the ( ircuit Court of SlieiiHiuloah County, on March 3rd, 1691 Ix Vacation J. R Stonnbraker A Co. who eue for themsehe? ?n I all other cretlitoriof Fred. F. Saum who will come in ami aoniribute to the costa of this suit,.Compita. AliAINSr D. F. Spiker, Trus. and others,.. .Defts. In CktMcerg, The object of tin? suit is to adniinufer, under the tsiipt-rvi-?i,?n of the court, the deed of trust executed by l'ted. F. S-uiiii to David F. Spiker, trustee, bearing date January 99, 1**'.-1, ami to subject the pinp crty theieiu OOBTOJod to the payment of his debts It appearing by atliiUvit tiled that the defendants J. 1'. Beam, Willi? & Co . M, Shskmsn A Co.. W. W. Walker, The thorn. Bauern-chtnitlt Brewing Co., The llayuerd Distilling Co, and I). F. Hughes ?ft Co. are not inhabitant? of this State?It is okdkkkd, That they do appear here with? in fifteen day? after due publication hereof, and do what I? necessary to protect their interest; thst s copy of this order be pub? lished in some newspaper printed in Sheuando?b county, once a week for tour ?iii'c*?Mive week?, and a copy posted at the Iront door of the Court Mouse of ?aid county, on the tint day ot the next County Court. Gko. W. Milky, c. c. c. s.-c. A Copy?Teate Gao. W. Miley, . c. c. s. c. Wme. A Bro. p. q. 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