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FARM AND FIRESIDE,
If we would have fine thriving
stock on the farm, nothing more
directly conduces to keep them in such
condition ihan caring tor their com?
fort; and lew things moro directly
ttnd to tin end than suitable shelter
and protection trom storms and cold.
Say what we will, store stock will re?
pay any care given in this respect in?
stead of beiag left to shift for them?
selves. This is so ratioml that ii
needs ud illustration, especially to
observing persons, as the general con?
dition of any auuual indicates the care
given iu this respect IKhy do ani?
mals ueed sticltei and protection from
cold aud storms ! Has not% Nature
provided then with a warm natural
covering which is aelded to at the ?p
pitiiis-h o? the cold season ? True this
?Moral protection is given, but in
nutureour animals seek shelter and
protection tnmi cold winds, storms,
etc., by resortlng to sunny nooks or
wintl and storm breaks of tree?, rooks,
fesoss etc., ?hors the system i? sus?,
taiued by material already accumu?
late'!, thus retiucing the coudiiiTm.?
Ail animals, iu a normal condition,
reejuire a certain atucutit ol fot)d to
su-taiu the system : but wo find ihi
amoutit is largely increased during cold
and stormy weather over what i*.
needed iu MMH ns warm and pleasant
fur the re as m that Nature seeks t?
snslaiu the eeptilibr.um by :ucr ?sing
Ids inward u-mpenuure Todo this
there must be an increased consump
turn of carbon iceoiis healing malerial,
to provide wlneh one ot two ihiuga
nui-t l><- i ne: either the heat must be
provided by increased cnuumptiou t?i
c.iuoiiice.'ds, matter, or the sy-lcm
mus? ?apply it trun the earb'ii ta'
alie:-ly iiceiiunil ?led. Wlieu the f?l
is e ?baust ed, then ihe other ac'-uinii
lait, g tlil-t cnDtiuue ill sa*-*pl*/ Until
Nai .r exiiau-ts herself. N w,ifth<
suiiiisi is made O'Uiforta -le by giving
shelter and protection, ao that Hie
temp?rature ol the system is not ??* lar
reduced, liiere is less need O extra
lood an?! the aceuinillations ol ihe
sy.-tein are not called upon lOeOpply
cub' n, ur luc?
Biff own experience and observa
tioii, as well a- those- ol m re soeurate
ext'eiiiu.irei's. prove that ?t-?ck given
suitable shelter and pr"lection,duri'ig
col i ani inclemeni weather, gained in
conditiuu "n lem iood than wosld ke p
?iniilsr stook, wh?-n unprotected, from
actually lueiugcouditiou In seeking
to protect our stook in stables etc,-we
must see that we provide tor good
veiri!i iti i. with ?ut which little com?
fort is it iiizrd by the stock, and the
b.niticial effects, v? good leed and
wsriuih are defeated.
In i'1'fvidi'i-- ?belter, stables, etc?,
reference ahuuld be had to the kind of
sioc-u t.r winch they are provided
While a youi - or 0 rj pig will thrive
in s very warm pen. a sheep would
scarcely live, it live it did, under eim
ilar pr lection. While horses, horned
stock and fowl? need close, warm, well
venliilattel ?tails, and pens, sheep
should be less closely confined but
gives sin lui from storm?, and pro
lection from cold winds, especia:.- ?o
witb braeoing animal?. A coiulovtable
animal alias*.? it-"-*-**, ?Lorca- ol one
not oomfoi'Ui'i.'lw the reverse is true- ?n
considera'inn. then, of the facts as
above stated, would it not be economy
for all farmers, who haye stock to
care for, to provide for them suitable
?tables.slielter and rattier than to com
pel them to seek only such protection
as they may find in ihelter of some
straw or haj stsek, teuce-corner, or
wi .o-J.where tie y nay be seen doub?
led in the shape of a dromedary,shiver
ing with cold or wet, or both?
Slock provided with suitable shel?
ter etc-, and cared It as tbey should
be under such circumstances, during
the winter, will not only consume
less lood l?ut will come out in spring
looking better, and in every way bel?
ter -. req.iiiin?4 less care and consum?
ing less f??od in the succeeding sea
son than stock which l'as been less at?
tended to. ? The Rural ?Vets Yorker.
Mot -r.-l'ii? ' i GitASAiiiKS.? Noth?
ing about a form is nur.- anuoyinir or
u- satinlaetnry thau a w> 11 611? el granary
over run with rats and mic*. The
owner ban? mm "t fe-t-lini* that he has
run besten or oslwitled by th?
vermin A thorna-fli hmii .-lten puls
biii?':?* ami murtar between lhe j.ii?l?.
Mat other ..?-.:??? lav- le ? n prsc
tic- ?t iili i,-" ater or It s socc*-*--?, bol
not hat ? e h ? > v? i sei n an
Chl per or ni i? ? II. i i. in than I In
twi i I '. i] up 'be oilman
with any kind <>! wood ?n all -ni? s
and whiit- llos is g>in-* on stuff i*
6crap-, Ol tin from -i tir,-sh?.p. Mi?-,
wil- not we.ik in such pi-ces. The
strip le'o ? the door ?h uld be of hard
w.ixl i.11?? coin up a few inches above
th. fl.i.ri') Him i he- bottom of ihr
door. Th- other method is neat ami
iooxpen-iv . It i-'iis'is's in e*ei iiiir all
?il ti d with lw?. hirers, bieakin.
joint- ..i seis,,' ,,| i?. uh i?r hard mss-le
Don-!- e.ic ' i' it- -lourih? ol au inch
Fix lin. Gate. ? Instead of climb
lag o?t>r. ?-oing .ir.niud. or lifting a
i c t ral tunes *? day, re
pan i! :ii ret-. Evtr? time a person
pa?? - r !i_'n mich ?a eniruKMi he is
leii'i e!?? .?.lui-tiling ?liich needs
iranien tt :iUe ni i m. Il the owner of
ti.e ;?!"C-! paase*, te receives an im
pres-imi Which is aimhing but agree
able. It (Jr'?..?' ?1 up. or baogiag by
one Mages or it there is something
wroni; al-out to? fastening, cattle,
swine, or attar auimals are likely to
break tlirougli and do more damage
to garden t v shade trees th?.n twice
the co-4 rfrepairing the gate, saving
nothing ab nt the risk ol losing one'?
temper or the probability that the
?stock aft- liable to injury or tempted
to tall into bad habits. Kypiir the
gate at once, you will feel more like a
man and everything will put ou a
TFood aisfies with the bits of char?
coal io them and coal a-hes, too, are
excellent fer tho fatteniog pigs
Pigs cannot suifl themselves week
after week, without tbelr stomach?
getting out 01'eli.r and the bits of char?
coal check acidity ami regulate tbem
aoi help to improve their appetites.
We think our pigs cannot get along :
without the little bits of ?she? in one
cor ?er of tue peD to root over aad pick
the charco.il out of. It is tbeir dis?
?Iptfccfi i -How It flsj ?e Avtrtetl.
At a return meet' ?g of the New Ba?
t? (C-.T.e.) i.-ia.iit-f bi'?l'lv D- T,t1,l.
slaj, health oflietr, submit' ?! i'e fol?
Diptheria is both a contagious and
an infectious dis*--**; it is, luor.over,
preeminently one ot the class ot filtb
diseases--that is, it occurs most fre?
quently and in the most malignant
and laUl form where dampness and
dirt do most prevail. The means of
protection, therefore, obviously lie in
avoidance of exposure to its presence
anel in the most scrupulous attention
Absolute isolation of the sick, the
i most rigid purity of surroundings,
? aided by disinfection when required,
would probably exterminate the dis?
ease. The veteran sanitariau, Dr K
M. Snow, ot Providence, says that
where there is abundant sunlight, dry
ness, cleanliness anil pure air dipthe?
ria cannot prevail. The samo coneli
lions will plot?.et almost as effectually
from most other danger us diseases.
Such being the truth, neithei inetivi
(hull nor communities can afford to
i iguore the fact that they ere in a great
degree responsible for their own
When a case occurs in any family
the sick peisoii should be placed in ?
room apart from the other inmates of
the house, and should be nursed, as
i far as possible, by one p.-rson only.
i Tho sick chamber should be arel!
warmed, well aired and exposed to
sunlight; its furniture should be such
as cau be cleansed with?>ut injury, and
all Mipt-rriuous things, such as window
and table drapery, wo.den carpets
i and the like, shouid be removed. The
i family should not mingle with other
'people. Visitors should be wirned
of the presence of acontagi?ju<> disease,
and ctiildrco should not be ?dmilt'-d
to the house.
?11 clothing removed from tie
patient should be at once placed in
boiling watir. Instead of hunker
chief? soft pieces of linen or cotton
cloth should be u-'d. and ?iinnnlia.? ly
t'Uintd. Di-iiilect-nts sh'iulel be
pi to c? lu ?11 the Vessels which receive
the expectoiaii.'u or otht-r discharges
fr mu the patient. Disinfectants should
also be freely Used in the sick mom
Th.ise which nestroy bad odors with
?ut causing others are b?-st. such as
solutions of nitrate of had and chlo
ri >e ot zinc.
The nick patient should not mingle
with eth-.TS ui.til fully recovered, ami
'< in cases of -carlel fever until all rough?
;,e.-s ot the ?kio due to the di-case has
disappeared because the exfoliated
skin is especially iufectious.
Tin? elisinfectn.il ot the sick room
should be thorough The walls should
be dry?rubbed, and the doilies used
burned without shaking, the coili'-g
should be scraped and lime-washed.
The floor and woodwork should be
washeel with soap and water. The
?clothing or bedding used by the
I patient or nurse should be purified by
! bji'nok. for at least one hour, ?nd should
j always be cleaned by themselves, and
under no circumstances should they
! be sent to a laundry. In case of death
the body should be placed as early
as practicable 10 th?' collin will dis.ll?
i feclants, and the coffin tightly closed.
Children certainly, and in most
cases adults, should uot attend a fun?
eral from a house in which a death
from diptheria or scarlet fever has
OCCUl're?. liut wlltl Bultatilu |>.<.-o.iu
tions it i? n.'t necessary that the burial
should be strictly private, provient-il
that the corps? be not in any way ex?
Because children are especially lia
ble to take and spread these disSMCa,
an? because schools afford a free op?
portunity lor ibis, every child from
acy tamily in which a case of either
oi these diseases has occurred should
be excluded from school, and be re?
admitted not sooner than one month
I from the begiuning of the disease, ex?
cept upon the certificate of some com?
petent physician that it will be safe.
All tho above precautions concern
the dangers of oootagiofl But the
continued preval'nee of these d ?sea-es.
in any community is probable evi?.
dence of uusanitary surroundings and
of sources of sickness, partially or
Therefore look well to the sur
rounding? Abolish fill h. remove
dampness and all sources of foul air,
especially from living and damping
room?. Disinfect thnrouubly all
suspected places in yards and n?glec
Yankke Cake.?Due and one-halt
cup. 1 sulfur; 1 egg-bit ol butter the >izi
ot in ego ; "ii cup ?f ?wet*, milk ; one
u isp iniiiul ?it so .-a and two of <-ream
ij'-tMtar ; OD<-plut ot flour ; fl,ivr Ui
t.,sie. Tin.- c?k I al*ay? bake in a
i. tir quan pan.
Spokoe Cakk.?One enp of sugar;
three eggs ; one table-spoonful of butter;
three titblespotniluls ol sweet milk ; one
?cant ti-nspooiiiul of soda and two of
en ani-of tartar; one cup of flour. This
recipe is almost never tailing. I usual?
ly put the ingredients together, beat
rapidly until thoroughly light anel bak.
twenty-five minute?. This is a good*re
cipe also for layer-rake.
Crullers.?Two cups of sugar ; two
eggs, butter aize of an egg , one coffee
cup of sweet milk; ooe anel one half
teaapooDful of soda and two heaping
traipoonfuls of croam-of-tartar ; nut?
meg cr other ?pice ; elo not mix too
Breakfast G km s.?-Oue cggbeatni
well ; one cup of sweet milk, even full ;
on? cup of flour; salt; bake in g?mi?
rons very quickly, and serve hot.
To Cube Beef.?For one hundred
and fifty pounds of meat well packen! in
a cusk, without salt, allow from one lo
two pnilluls of water, ai is needed, with
common sail added to make a brim
strong enough to bear up a goodsised
potato. Boil the brine anel add two
ounces of saltpeter anel em? pint ?f mo?
lasses ; pour over the beef while scald?
ing hot, covering with a cloth until
cold. This will keep until March,
when, if any remains, take out and rinse
iu cold water ; boil and skim the brine,
adding salt sufficient to bring to the po?
tato test again and pour cold over the
meat. The beef may be taken from
the brine and cookeei the same as fresh
beef if cured during cold weather, and
it retains its juices and flavor better
than by any other method.?Sural New
Bog;Cholera -Preventhei -ii-rCiir*- .
Tho lavages of hog cln.k-'T are cot
Siitd to no single toc-f!Ht i or oiimati
and hrivr, probably Uten mote dUai
trous to the- porcine race lhauail t!i
other diseases to which it ?a subjeC
Hitherto uo ?athttuctoiy diaguoei? ?j
the malady has been made, nor ha
any certain specific remedy for it bee
eliscovered. The efficacy ot severa
preventives and even of a cure o
two are vouched for, however, b
reliable men iu different parts of th
country, and as a trial of some u
these may bo of advaniage to sonn
of our readers, we have for sonn
time back been collecting theui fron
the different journals in which the}
have been describid, and here ondens
those among out collection, whicl
seem to have the most trustworthy
Give regularly in their food, abou
twice a week, halt a laaapoontul o
?pilitso? turpentine to each hog, ami
keep -alt where they can use it ;?
their pleasure. This, it is contielcntb
claimed, has not only proved tlior
oughly effective in preventing tin
disease, eveu when the hogs were al?
lowed to run "with those that wen
constantly d}ing with it, but bos)
have been cured by it that were sen
Another gentleman states, that al
though bis neighbors have lor year.
been losing their hof*s he has navel
seen any symptoms ol it among hi>
own, and he attributes il to the oui?.m
which he is very careful to have c?>ok
eel with their food at least twice ;;
And still another claims that his ex
emotion from sharing with his neigh?
bors' heavy losses by the disease must
be owing to bis practice ot cooking
poke salid or root to their lood al lea.-l
once a weak.
A':?ilh?-r says : Take one teacuptul
of pulveriz tl copperas and mix witb
.me gall.-n of salt; mid salt the hug.?
with ihe mixture twice a week regu
1 ily while the disease prevails inymii
neighborhood. This is said to be a
?uro preventive, nd has been known
to cure in many instances alter tin
diseiasw has cominei'i-ed.
Take blue vitro!?often calleei blue
toone?at the rate of a lahl-spoonful
tor every ten grown hog? or fifteen
pigs; use enoagh of water to dissolve
tl, then ?it'll a suffi i. DCJ ol fresh milk
and give to tin- aiiimuls iiniti?ditiiely
Whi e the t'iseasc is prevailing in the
country,lbs remedy oug'it to be giveu
twice a Week for two weeks, then one
a week and afterwards once a mouth.
A cure for worms also.
Make concentrated lye into soap by
? he u?ual rule; lake one pail ot the
s?>ap to fitly bogs ; put it in a ke'tle.
?ell water and two pounds of copptl'.is
i oil it; then aid di-h water and mil*,
tir anything to m?k?- it taste good, till
you have aoout what the hogs will
drink Just when ready to let the
hogs in, scatter two pounds of sod? in
the troughs; the object is to have it
foaming as the hogs come to dr nk.
The next day go through with the
samo operation. Alter the seen I
day, then give for two days, and yon
may turn them out cured It you
caunot net the hog to drink, then
knock him on the head to prevent
him tram giving the disease to the
Turnips, it is very strongly claim..I
arc a certain preventive ot the disease
i,u,l uni..-.?, tin hog m tor? tar pn "f" In
eat, the use of ILern, f.-d exclusively,
will infallibly cure him M?jur Mel
loti, the discoverer of this sptcitic, lias
so strong a belief in its efficacy that he
has filed a claim for a reward ol $10,
0U0, offered by the State of Miasouil
lor the di.-covery ot a remedy for this
These prescriptions have been care?
fully selected from a number of others
apparently less tru-tworthy, because
in nearly every case, ms'anc-s are
specified, in which lias proved entirely
efficacious. Most e?t them hav? Sp
pcared iu several papers and where
?.ne of these has laileel to give such an
example, it has been supplied In
?another In rlew of the mormons
lo-ses incurrid by this malsd* it is
well that every larmer should be ac
'quainted witb some of the remedies
which his t? llow-f?rmers roueb for a>
effectual, so that he may at once on ihr
the approach or attack of the diseas ,
test the i ffioacy of that peoifio best
recommends ?.'?elf to his judgineut, or
which he can most conveniently
apply-.?Rural New Yorhtr.
A Fixe Head ok Haik i? such as
indispensable adjunct t?? beauty, that no
on?; who prizes good looks should ing
lect to use "London Unir Color R? -
storer," the moat delightful article ever
introduced to the American people for
increasing its growth, restoring its
natural color, and ?it the same time ft
lovely hair dressing and heaulilier. It
is totally different from all others ; not
sticky aud gummy, and tree from all
Impact ingredients that render many
other articles obnoxious ; in fae-l, it is
exquisitely perfumed and so perfectly
anel eiegantly prepared as to make it a
lasting hah dressing and toilet luxury.'
Sold by all dealers ?u fine toilet artit.lt s,
at 7? cents a bottle, or six buttles for
}i. Adek-ess letters and orders io Dr.
Swayne & Son, I'hilada. Ask your
dru.-gi.st for it. Sold in Woodstock at
the Dm?. Store of Dit. D. H.Caetkk.
"Itohinm PflsSaff*'?Is s very preva?
lent and distressing complaint, the
symptoms of which are moisture, like
perspiration, intcnsejib-hing. particular?
ly at night, when undressing, or alter
getting warm in bed, might think pin
worm were crawling in an I about the
rectum, the private parts are sometimes
affected. Do not suffer an other hour,
anil allow them to become aggravated
while you have n pleasciitand sure eure
in "Sway no's Ointment." Also cures
tetter and all skin diseases. Mailed to
any address on receipt of price, 50cents
a box, or three boxes $1.20. Address
letters to Dr. Swnyne & Son, I "hiladel
phir, Richmond agents, Bodek? .- Rrolh
ers, 1114 Main street. Sold by nil lend
ng dryggists. .Sold by Dr. D. D. Car
Having located in Woodstock I offer my services
in ?II brim-be? of the Tail .ring liusluf.*. Mj
price? will tie within the reach uf all. An experi?
ence of many year? warrant? u?e in guarauteeiii^
full satisfaction to ?11 w ho favor sa? wltk>tbe:i
custom. My pi?oe of business is I? tbr Urjrsul
Palace Main Htreei.
Sei'l. 13?tf. HENRY MKNZF.L.
Two or three fresh cow*, most he good milkers,
Van Buren Furnace, Vs.
A Kctccl Diyiae says
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weight in gold,
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. incident to tl.is a-imal, lucii at Ll'.VS
KKVER.OLANDLRS, YKLLOW '
WATER, HEAVES, COUeiHS, DIS
T^-u-PER, FEVI.R?, FOUNDER.
LOSS OF APPETITE AND VITA?
E.VLKGT, kc. Iu ase improvea
the wind, Increases the appetite
gives asmooth and glosiy ?kin?and
tT.nsfonci the miserable ikelcton
1 V . T?.-?*T*ri cf Cowi tldf *-?--*i,
-f*-**,,- tkm Is InvalaaMe. It ta i sure pra
tMT SCSI Trntir? aarainit Rlnderpesl, Hollow
V-MUS?t-tl Horn, etc. It hi, been provea by
ir*raH| *??'- I:'l expprimrat to Increase Ue
?vAaV a?6llfi lan'.i'.y of milk and cream twenty
^?JBtmW?sW per CCDt- at"- tn**k*> tfc" butt*T ftr**>
mmt ?ad iwcet In fattening caul?, f
rive? them an appetite, Ioomw their hide, and roska*
them thrive much faster. ^
In all d!*-aaei of Swine, luch as Consbj. W<-*ri hi
the I.unr-s, Liver, fcc., thii article acta
as a specific. By putting from one
fcnlf a paper to a i?eper In a barrel of
? irill the?bovedi*?a?e? willheeraill
eatcd or Afc-cly prevented. If given
in time, a certain prevenUv? and
?rare for tte Box Cholera.
field by Druggists und Store keepers th rough
out tbo ?nlUdHUtea,Ca?ar*tliiaai(tS.ABierre->,
AiTt h Jy?O.
I am ?nantifacturii-R ? aupen . .jiiality ol
BLACK wi.mxf; ink.
Liberal disennnt made to tli" trade. It lit? l-.m
i a nuiiiliiT - f the HchO'il? In hheiitutl ah
Ci.nnty and lias given per!- .. s.id
b) the gall.1.1, miRct. r m latail toil ? ?
(let 2l-3mo. pd. Mt. I'lifton. Va
fo UU N' s I' M P T I V I s.
The advertiser, bavin? been permsnMy rnred of
that dread di*e?*e, ftsMBrnpltou, b] ? .:m?He rem
i edy. i? ?nil.ni? to make known to bia fellow e.iffer
era the mean? of ?V? To ?II who dealre it, h?
will ?end a copy if the prescription need, (tree f
chirp?,) with th.-dirc.-t.,. a fur i rep?rlng and us
lii? be ?am?, which they will Hurt a NT? r.ire ? ,r
(!on?nmption, A?thm?, Broii.4>:ti?, *.-.
Parti?-? wi?hlng the preacrlption ?ill pl*aa? tddre??
l et t. A ?I
194 I-enii St.. Wullainalittrs;, tew Tork
a. j. Tin ni i n. a noTP mum:it.
P?g? Co., V?. LouBdont'.-., V?
Ftrr the t?l* of Flour, I'.utt*., Kgg?, and all kind? of
No. 082 l/>uieiet?u Avenue.
WASH I NOT**#% I), a
l.lbersl advance? on conalgnment? 1b ?tor?.
RfcfTRKNeTE: Lewi? .ohasoa a Co., Banker?
R oit roads.
Gen ral /' ? en '" Dep't.
_I\ov. Ulli. ?S77.
i ?n and after November lltb, ls77, Passenger
. Train? will run ?a follow?:
do OoTingi n
do White sulphur
do Fort print
?in Qitaalai n al
.l-i Kaiiawha I'all?
do i ainirlt.-n
do Char'e-t ;i
do t iuclnnati
use ? ?
1MB p in
I 11!? "
C:0' t m
H ML?I-aily,(exri-tt Sunday !..-!w.-en Richmond
?ml Hint.-ii.) ouaaoeta ?? QurdotarfUI? with v?
'Midland It. I!, arriving ?t aabnigion fi.i.-. 1?. M;
. lt?llini..re, M.llo p. M. Philadelphia, il.ln \, M. an-l
I New Turk. ?a? ft. M. -I ?htrl it mil-, with \a.
-Midland It. h. arriving at Lymhlmrg OOTf. Ni
at .-taunton, with Valley U.U. for Ut\*r|?ouburg;
. at HtuiUngton eoaaseta with c So, i-a.-k.-t kismd?
I et for Cincinnati and a.l the pat , North neat aid
; South West
i XI III -s -Dairy-, -topping at .lion'ti-n,
Trevilian?', lamina, fi<.r.l. u-vill.-. Chart tl
staunt.ui, ein?heii, >i ill!>..r",' dvlngton .
regular station* W??t ol Ctrstttfl B CufU
--ni,'w.ili Va. Mi.Han.i !:. H. sr lviug at
Washington 7..S5 A. M. I' 0 A. M.
I hi Htlel ui?, 1.45 P. M and N.w York, MO p. i|
At Cliarlott.-KVille, Va. Midland T.an Iea.enH.i? i,
M. ?rrhing at I.yu. hbiirg 1 ? .:.!?> ft, M. at Sum t
Valle? 'I rain leaves I-..4u A. M. for llanir nilmi,,
I Wincheater. ftc.
" t.r.ei.w, , 1
" Ile?\.r In -.in
S o7 a
11 -HI p.lll
1 ill "
J 41? "
4 ' | "
6 0? "
I 4 - -
7 i i ??
MAIL?Daily, (?SOOpI S.ta.l.iy, l.,-lwcc:i Binton
and IUt-hm(in.i,U-..n:iei tsat -itauoton with V.II-v
ltailroad for lla.iiaonburg, ?iiu-b'sl-r, ,?? \t
Cliarlutle-ville with ?. Mi Id and It. i . ?rriwtig
?t Lvui hlmrg I Ot P. M. At Oonlnisviile with Va.
BtiddUad K. lt.arnvlug at Washington 15 i- P. -I '
| Lfaltiniore, S SO P. M. ; 1 hilad. -Iphia, IIP. ft. M'
sud New York, 6 45 A. M. At Richmond with
Richmond a Humille?nd Bichmoud and Peters
burg Itsllr.ad? for aU points iu the Southern
KX KKs ? Oaily, ?topping ?t all regular
v.ct o! I'-v ugt.'ii, Slid ?t l'i.viugtoii, M
, staunt m, t'liari..ttuviiie, Qord?n?viUe,
.. I'rcviliau's, Noel'? ?lid -luncti. connect
ing at Oor.lourvnle with Va. Midiiland Train,
airiviug at Washington 7 U ft. V.: Baltimore, '.. M
ft. M.: Philadelphia, 145 P. M. and N.w Volk,
' 10 !'. .M. At Itichmond with Uichmond 4
I'.,:...!'.-.?.n.l KlcBmoud k Petersburg Salir
all pints in southern Atlantic Slate?, ami on
Sm .lay, Turad?? and 1'ri.lay at high tide,
i? with old Dominion Ste?
Slopping <:irs on Impress?
? ruin Ix-Mvt'4'i. C'ovlngtouMud
rrngh 11. ket? for ?tie at all -principal
- .ah w.-t, Xorth Weal and >-.?th ?
in ii; bmond ;.t CoTopany'a 0 :
Strati ?id Kxchange Hotte); m Cincinnati
\,.lunt .-tr.-.-t. (OlbaoB 11..
?nd ou <;. ? o. M
COS WAT I!. HOW M;l>.
.:? '.!. I
W, M. s. i rss.
Engineer ?nd Superinten
?rilLlJl'LK H. FERRY * VALLEY BRANCH
I? II. a* 4?. It It.
Taking Effect June. 11,/i, 1-77.
(.ave P, M. V M. JL M.
" htinnton 10,40
" Ilarrlaonburg ISS T.0Q 11.50
?' r.roadwav a.'.n ?.10 13 S3
- Raw Market '. " 111 12,1.
?? Mt. rack, -i - ? I.IS
?? ?To dst rk i ' ;i 1,49
?borg il, - ii.-" .'-'-'
Ar Win 1. I II.jT
?' Harp. T.-.'1 4,',',
leave A. M. I !.
.ni t.- ..I'
?? Washington 7..' ?
" liai p. Ferry ?.40
?? it la ii.i I
! arg 1 :.<r.
?? ff isto.'k
? - III. I?uk. a.
. -v Mur!..'. 1 ?I
" Broadway I'M .-.i
Barrtsoobw-g '-'.-'"? 1,00
' .-taint 'U J. ,i
front Royal .',.>.'. I-. vi I. ?.
i'. M. arrive it w , i i... k. 3.1:. P. SI.
OX ?n?I after July 1-t ;-"7 Sunilay p:
hi 1 leaie
Harper? Ferry at A. If. .0.1
IV. ? i! : " |,.i
l.linb rg " l.'j
t.-Is. i " 1,4a
Broadway ?' 2,3*
llarris.iiiburif ?rite at " 3 '?
ami a atock train w/ith paaaanget ear
tisrris itiburR on SiiinUv at I'M. 3 '"
Hi Jackaoa "
? di burg " i
^ i* I c k s ase.
Milliard, Niilin. "_'-.
Turmeric Mastard Seed,
Celery Seed, Flavin 1112 Extracts
mu? Esseners, Uennel Wine,
Salad Oil. Gelatin,
Bsking Powders, Tspicrca
Creso of Tartar, S da,
.uni eve it Hi in ?* In tbls line ?f a pure
? pii?ty nul sohl as i'heip a- the
id ult crated articles.
? s- iiMiT'r
tlnj IS?tl. Drostlst Wiio.!-t..? k.
1 lie iieeolllltsol Our sllli-el il.el s lli.tn
?\??o'lsioik. Ilaarertown and nelghlair
iiio Post ufflces. have licen placed m
the hand* ol Miran Bamcrtnan im--?<?:
iieiueiii. These tceoniiu run to (). t
lili ^70. We hope our pin!'"!!- wili
settle promptly with Mr. MUterinati. aa
il i~ net ?'--aiy that the busliiv - of the
old III m -In"1 l?l lie ?'lo-i-il it|i
t>et. 10th. I&77. .1. II. UKAB1LL&CO.
CWEST ? ALADDIN
.& SONS'SECURITY OIL
THE BEST HOUSEHOLD OIL IN USE.
Warranted 150 Degrees Fire-Test,
WATER WHITE IX COLOR.
WILL NOT EXPLODE.
For Excellence of Manufituttire
AND HIGH FIRK TEST.
Zadcrs-td by the Insurance Companlei.
P.'.id thU Ctrtijttatt ? Ont of Many.
il u-eliD Fl?*! iK-nuxcs Co. OF Baltimor*
. Deo. TA, 1S7I. ? Murrt. C. Wut tf Sum,
Il-uing used tho various ol!? soil
In lui? city f it illuminating purpose?, I take plc?s
U - in rt commending your " Aladdin
" n.3 the ?" o.t and hut ever used in our house
L 1. Your? truly,
I. WENT t?. SO-fS, Baltimore.
Try It, mnn you will UM ato other..
I I he Co|.?.tner?hip hrretof >rc exi-tin? between
I D.W. Pre..- It and J. J. SlC*??>tU-u?T, o-id-r the
Arm name ?f Preevott k stonelnirner is this day
tl seohed by ninlllal c?ii?eut.
I J. J. -t'.neliu hit having purehi
Inteieetof |i. W. I'reacntt, ?l.el.ini? due!'
' firm mi?t lie settled with J. 3. Hlo.ie'>iirii?-r K.din
] . . PR1WC0TT.
.1. j. >ToNi:i!ri.Ni:u.
N OT-I IK.
The undersigned b?vi.-g secured th- ?< r
?competent hentl?t, l?ke? pl-,?ure In ?iiii-oiiic
ing to the puhlic tttol he will continu" ?he manu
factu.e of i lioaphate It the old stand under the
n me ?nd ?Ij le of Ihr Virginia i'.il.-ljiing i . in
.1. J. STONEIUHNKR.
Apr. 5th.- It. Kdinburg, Va.
Um ko*?' Virginia School lit. Beautifully
|?t? *r**'r tlc-ti net <r?n?M* ?n? pen. e?M
I I I. U .
M. H REAROGN,
DE m.ki: in 1'irir
Home Made Whisk}
BRAXDIFS, WINES, Etc.,
CHOICE G LIES
Cigars and Tobu . I\',,ti!,,t Willw
Wan. Hi oom ?. ?jr.
Kentucky Rye whir.]-, ys
Wblsk *? ami Apple-Brand**.
THE BLUE GLASS CURE
i anil op.
! IMXEXsiE M ..(It OF s';??)I)S
when ply of
SPBIXGANDS1 MMEE GOODS,
at t'.ir i
BOOTS AX!) SIIO
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
etC. &C., &C.
of the Wi ? I. :
C HEW IN? TO 11 A CCO,
?iie Tliree Brotes"
CLOWEK ?t M .GRl DER.
TO PR??.IT&RI3. !
' hsve for ??le I ?
, six ,,r-.-vi ne
t XX). IWASIUXUTOX HAND PRESS,
I.ll.. -, h
w( ou type . :.?:.
'I" i .let .-. I-O ?:? .VXD
vi: \sr rovyn
; a ii.iiin- ..;
ijie ?oi- nu with less
: ? . ? ? i i . .
- il ?it wh'ole-.-ile or re?a
B. SI ?loll l, Dri
( ' ? tennial \\
SH?X.XGKR OK ! l\S
. an extract :
"Ih- I!. bHONINOER ORO IN ? ?i's in'
Un-1 e?t in-iruiii.-i.t-. Bl .1 price reude.iug
? to a larg* ' !-i?- of i
combination of Reeds and Bells, producing
and pli Mlog fffecti, . slug many .1
impr i .?rv or damp ',
Irai? Ible i- r
?put." ih- ..oik.
oji- of ?
. \ s for
j We are prep?n I t
B. SHOXINGER ORGAN CO.,
97 ; ? i_ ; l'hestuul Street,
Sew Haven, Conn.
Washington, i>. C.
J. F S?UM & Go
.Yo. 923 / ? i A venue,
BUTTER. EGGS, POULTRY,
GREEN it DRIED FRUITS
And (.'uun'iij I lit",
Hole a?." r lb" mannf?ctnre
I Pat. ) gg ? ind
p..;. i.t ? .fi ta
With h .I as
Ono 30 .1
?nor? | aid b] i and
FAIRBANKS & CO.
I6GBALT^M St. BALTIC
4 NEW ll\N'D WAGON FOB
,'\ aUUCHAF. A ra.ebargtln. For peruc
nlir? ipr'y ?t tht??"'ee,
WOOOST O C K P OllNRHY
?*i - .
n, I'? ?JL
DANiXER & ElViMAN- - Proprietors
First-?lass Circular ?Saw Mills,
i atia anteed Mill Gearing and ratling.
.- -. .-. . ?I
Aves riet y of plows, viz:
i.i and share, both right and l*f
.--.-pi'?-? ?nth 11 eckendorn mo ltd
1,1.1 i. I i Uaidi 11- ??. 11:. >?cn all plow* redncA?,
.lrGIXMS FERTILIZER SPREADER,
- a. The Exe?l?i?r CUtffv?.
I he Cornell Corn shelltr, thi? ha? taken
PAT. I CUTTING BOXES.
r.', R?ir.d?, Sash; Window Frau??,
, at lew - lumber dressed per thoiataBd
?r g' '!? befor? pur
'. '?.) ? ><
WILSON SEWING MACHINE
in workman a C?*.reneraster Watch, and
as elogantlv Hrst-clast) Piano. !t received
the- high? Tonna arvd Contennial Expo?
sitions. IT ITH FASTER than othor
machin ?- limited, ""wr?, are mote
WIL" . 3d 2t?ta?i than
t.*c com te other?. Tho WILSON
r>.F?-:->r~ loingall k...dsof repairing,
with each machino.
?M M MACHINE GO.
' 827. Now Orleans, La.;
: Ban Francisco, Cal.
The best no? made.
; HARPER'S MAGAZINE,
Uarper'i M igaaliie, |
?ana ? :
Patai? free la sii
o? II H '
Aiiilrvss li? fork.
pi'i-i QUA LI il H KD
l? ?n.ll'.i u iperthaneve bafoee
f ?r sale by
NOT 11 I.
*lth dog? upon Oil- property er esmp in my of
the ?-?bin? cu bui-ding?, .
joiix u < ?.i*i;Divvr ??.
AT NEW MARKET, VIRGINIA.
: nuggies, l'image?, Jagger?,
??raya, P??etons, fee., ??.-., itihort noti.-e. II?
- i. ii- luit ski led wo knien ?ad turn? off
.'uranti rd job?. II? has ? nark?* f
- Bl !.. in?' iii'i abroa.l, ?oil year??
BO Bl all times set- spt'i luieu? of medtrn
by i alliuj.- at hi? place. Illustrated cataloga?? ?o
A bl f-s JOHN VV. CLISEDIXSr,
.'. 76? Sew Market, Va.
rllK EXCHANGE HOTEL.
woods rocs > A.
IND R NEW MAN'A?rSrXT.
.M. OB lili, >? Proprietor.
i'.l popular house ha* been
i!y rfpainted repapered and refnmlihed
an i is ,. ? furnish the beet aceommc
- ' all.
ntle the Hotel will be found a first elaae Or
where a large stock of the
,u a! ways be fonad.
: Holiday Uucdi ii c?mplete in every
BUTS, rvKF.S FlIl'ITS, mKNCBand AMERICAS
ILS, TO?SandFANCY AKTICLSS
in endless pofussion.
v description. PEACHKS
-II"-'. UN PKA8, OOBB,
luUAiHEH, BEvNS fcC.
? st.vk of Mar.-ua Buck? celebrated Bel
Baa and Brandie?. larkuline Buck's pur?
daw Whiskey, lud Saff S
ii.s., wrU-known whiskey.
W. C. BARROW'S
? of lim' salt only - 12.00
l'< ?t t-ofl'.'.'. peril, - - ?J
?nit. i? " 22
li.-.-i-ii ttma per lb, - - **.
.n ?? - 60
lii ivy bit-rtu navy, pot lb. - 70
, A ? -1 . ' . - . .SI I
u i:n U. ? - so
i .il in lii. no
I'.'l'ori. |,i r Hi- - - 26
I Oar*, Babbit* MMl III,an.- soap. ? -?"i
? In-i- Hi-, oi nan, - - - 2.'>
I) -lei? |lel i| ? - afS
? '..in.m,m- innatllm lor - - 25
pickle? in lim r?-l-, ?aue*-?.
? i m i- of BB-flt-ty
Oil, 'A tlotra presset] ? im
- iltlirm Lib-lei?, ?aliline*. OJ
? .I'-Ilt- ?-..111, I HU ,f... -. pi-:t?. Ae. it tl
. ni .o. -?iiii'ot-, prunes, ?g?,
i.'. i"1;t.-r.ii>. take-, plain antl
Klont -h. m.lie-, Un, v sif.,ai cu as? Ii.au.
?<n-,ii.e, liu-nki t-i M .m nm W?*rei
ftc*.. I,nitre .Saltwater oyster? in ihe
?hell, vario'!? braml-ot .-lajar?, vip-arelU.
-?MOKIM.TOK.UXO. VKR? CHEAP,
l otvtlei. -hot an.) tips, washing ory-tal
>. i iiin/; IHK. ata bottler lor 25 t-U.
i'eit.1 llouiiny. ma. ti on i imii^o antl
-in bluiut*. ?nib* and ?xi:tl partie?
m buy ...v-i-T- and iHiitlit'SHi re.lue?J
I't?. AIk-vc U euaslt pr?tes only.
Lamp futu ta, i rut???, Br?e?? Utarta? msgoof
.Kirter ?? f?rt?,. DTBt own,