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Wedneataj Oct 3d. 1878.
TOWN AND COUNTY AITAIBS.
li. ?c 0. it. B. Time Tamjc?On
and after Moudaj June 10?, 1878.
Trains will writ - Woodstock
as follow.? :
1, M. ....
-? ?? Li .',?? i - ?? 7.?1
Wav Freight, Arrives 1'. M.
Leaves " 2.15
Passenger Train Arrives " 1.41
Leaves - 2.03
W;;\ i i S A. M, ..
Leaves " 11.29
.;_?; i Train Arrives P. M. 2.05
?? Leaves M 2.30
Leaves ,% 7.29
Xhro ' I ndays, Wed
ra and Saturdays only. All
asscnger cars at?
. . (
-??? ???. ?,
Ai. and sweet
At ciDi ?? Day, little
one ?f her
XotShaui*.?0 a nswho
oi his folly.
? ??? ??
t? taki r.
'.? II. C. Allen,
? - insider
ird an old
- ne . a. ?
rorms, they I
. Sale .
:? . PAfeTOK.
'- . Mr. It,
. ! 'i II
to h:ni will ;
?rthy of t' e
i.c.ir-I at several gentlemen in
hav, numbers of their kill?
ing hogs. Une gentleman, Mr. Bam'l
Doe large "at porkers.
Among the mai sm vcllew
is te or ?ni,led
i nativo o?
nt.ui) the nbie.il son of Cap?. X. M
i ) vras lor years a popular
merchant here bat is now a resident of
Shelby county. Missouri. He basin this
?ore affliction tl;,' sympathies of all h!s|
old friends in thi- con inuiiity. ? W
Fon the Relief of Yellow Fbvlr
Sui FERERS.?A subscription In the
hands of A. J. Bayer, Mine Run,
Powell's Fort amounted to $6.50 in
caab. One in the hands of Mr. Addismi
Munch, Seren Fountains, amounted to
-0j bushels of wheat, 1 b?rrela of fleur
ami $30.00 cash. One in the hands ot
V?. II. Uchliter, Cross Roads, amount?
ed to 2 b?rrela of flour and $2.00 cash.
Subscriptions in the hands of II. ?.
White and J. W. Bowmnn, Lebanon
Church, amounted to 0 barrels of flour.
and $10. in cash.
Subscriptions from Moore's Store,
through B, B. Wierman $17.50 cash and
some dour. The tnouey thus collected
amounted to $30.10. Ninety cents was
added to it, and the Forty dollars was
forwarded by Expresa, last Saturday, to
Holly Springs, Miss.
The Virginia Came Law.?These
extracta from the game law of Virginia
are intercstingjusl uow;partridges cau't
be killed uutil the fifteenth of October
with out a tine of $10?you can kill them
a?rr that until the 1st of January, pos?
it of a bird is evidence of violation;
trout cau't be caught until the 1st of
next April, rob'iis cau't be killed uutil
the 1st o! November; wild turkeys cau't
be killed till October 14th; deer may bo
killed from now until Jauuary 15th; no
flsh can be taken by seine or net nor
?eking bird caught in Virginia until
the 21st of March, 1833.
Cool.? While the older members of
the family of Mr. Geo. W. Miley, were
at Church last Sunday night, some one
enteret! the dining room and helped him?
self to a good supper. The house had
been left in charge of the children who
were much frightened by the eu'.ranco
of the thief. While the Yisit was not
appreciated, it nevertheless gave Mr.
the opportunity of attending Di
-i : vice and of feeding the hungry
at the same time. This fellow howerer
is not supposed to belong to that class
of whom it is said "Inasmuch as ye
hava done it urn? one of tho least ot
. ye have done it unto me."
Is the Cincos Immoral ??A coun?
try editor says, after discussing tho
m all winter, he comes te the
conclusion every spring that the circus
is immoral, but when the bill-poster
- along with the big pictures, his
rnmd changes. He adds :
As we gaze at the lions, tiger? and
monkeys, and think that nature made
all of them we are not so sure. Aud
when we look at the beautifil young
lady, with nothing on but blue ribbon
round her?wa?8t, whith one leg pointing
to six o'clock and the other to high
neon, and think that nature made her
just as she really was, except the
begin te lean up to the
. But when the brass band be
ati'l-the elephants go round
we rush for a front seat to get in ahead
. a ons, who always wear stove
als, and won't sit down in front.
Mixed.?The Staunten Vindicator
"T'ne jury at Woodstock last week
- .; verdict tor ?10.000 against the
B. & O. R. It., in favor ol the heirs ot
M. Jefferson, who was killed at
Ihc Narrow L'assage disaster."
The statement is all right with one
? Ion, the jury instead of giving a
I for$10,0?0, against the B. & O.
R. R., gave a verdict in favor of tho
i < 'ompany.
Tue 7 Ci.KriiANr Show.?Sells
S ven Kit pliant Show exlii
| ; ? last Tuesday. The
? | arado was excellent. The per?
formaucc in the arena was geuerally
commended. The whole affair was
well conducted. They have the full
i | intsadvertised and the
manee of tho baby elephants
! great applause.
We a knowledge the receipt of a com
; ;arv ticket to the ninth auuual
fuir of the Shen. Valley Agricuteral So?
ciety, to commence at Winchester on
the l?th of October, and continue four]
Extra efforts hare been put
forth to make the coming exhibition the
best that has ever been held. President
Hayes aud other uistinguiched officials
Monday morning early. Mr. Andrew
Pitman, W. A. Trout, Walker Buck,
i . S. Weiler and Charlie Hall left lor
'The Cove," in Hardy county. West
iia. for a week's deer hunt. They
bad all the camp equipage necessary for
i time, and if the expectations of
oungcr members of tho party are
realized, their friends here will live upon
? a lor thirty days utter their rc
'.?.un, Mr. Pitman has past thii>c score
an 1 ten years, but is still an excellent
shot with the rille, and will doubtless
add to the two hundred deer he has
in his lifetime, many ?ftrem in
the very locality lie has ^one to.?
? . Sentinel,
We call the attention of all interest
? '1 te an ordinance passed at a meeting
of our Town council held Sept. 4th,
1878, and which reads as follows :
Be il enacted that it shall not he law
lul to run wheel-barrows, go-carts, hand
wozons ami liko vehicles en and along
the pavements ot the Main street of the
town, and any person violating this act,
Bhall be liable to a line of twenty-live
cents for each offence, rccoverafle as
other lines. This act to be in force on
an i alter the 1st day of October, 1878.
Jno. C. Ott, Recorder.
Baby carnages are not included in
the above order. It.
; .ninu.?Our farmers are now bus?
ily engaged in seeding. A very large
crop of wheat will be put out. Phos?
phate is coming into the valley by train
loads. At every depot the wagons are
constantly coming and returning loaded
with tons u? pos phate. After careful ex
periments and many years' trial our far
Dsera are fully convinced that posphntcs
pay; but they would pay much better if
they were manufactured in the Valley.
Thousands of dollars that ars annually
sent to other status could be kept at
homo. Enterprise and plu^k will do
[From th* Staunton Vlndlcati>r,]
Speaking sa Ike Debt Qafitle
a connected statement 01
legislation on the funding,
? WHAT THE DDflCn IN 1
TKEASUKY NEXT MONDAY tl I
TED TO BE,
AC., AC., AC
On Monday afternoon at 1 o
lion. Henry C. Allen, of Shenan
Speaker #f the House of Hele
spekc at the Court House here, ?
subject of Readjustment. He o
te a thin crewd, which? however
proved as he progressed, but wh
no time approached what is cal
Augusta a large mcetinr. But th
was not with the speaker, for he
more informatisn about the legia
on the public debt 8 ince the war
any ene who has spekea sn the su
but it was with the people, who
been wearied out with the discuss
the subject, and whom nothing b
most animated and personal coi
on the kustings can induce to tak
interest iu public addresses. Mr.
had the merit of being a candidat
uo position?a recommendation
few, if any debaters kete ef late
brought with them, and he has tl
ditional merit of honestly entcrtt
every opinion he expresses.
Ho went back to the beginning i
Slate debt, showing that in 1840 it
only 13,900,000. At this time tl
ternal improvemtnt fever strucl
State, and she borrowed enough m
ou her bouds to make the debt in
amount te $33,000,000. That
Mr. Allen said, was aa IioneBt
and tbe creditors gave dollar for t
lor the bonds at their face value.
was uot ens of these whe railed r
holders of these bends as bloated 1
holders. This debt was bas?e
^758,000,000 worth of property n
?State. To-day Virginia's proper!
assessed at only $3:26,900,000, and
has lost by the separation of
Virginia four hundred thousand DO]
It was under circumstances like t
that the legislature met in Richmoi
1865, the message ol Governor '.
point, the Executive of that day,
ing the debt to be ?35,000,000 witl
additional $5,000,000 accrued inte
making, with what was guarauteee
the James River aud Kanawha Cam
total of $41,000,000. In March, 1
the next legislature in whick were i
men as Baldwiu, Waddell, Cal
Jtyncsaiid others who deserved
name of statesmen, passed a bill fu
ing the $5,000.000 of interest and pr<
isiug te pay full interest on the wi
?41,000,000. And te pay this full
terest they passed a tax bill of four,
cents in the $100 which would only n
$520,000. That was the work of n
the uewspapers tell us were statesmt
They hadn't yet realized the cham.
condition of alfairs in Virginia. J
their sight was clearer when they ca
together again in 1867. They 1
made a contract (fortunately not s
executing like the receivable coup
bill) which thej saw they could i
carry out and they forcibly readjusted
They passed another law to pay oui:
per cent, on the debt, excluding the
bends given for funded interest, a
deferring auy further interest unli
settlement with West Virginia, and
pay this 4 per cent, they mad? a le
of 30 cents in the SluO. When For
hie Readjustee arc talked of the pe
pie should not fergct Baldwin, Waddi
and Cabell and the rest who changi
this contract after the creditors had a
Things went on. During Reconstru
tiou daye nobody thought of the dc
or the interest. When thoy ended, tl
legislature met in 1S70 and in IS'
with Governor Walker's estimate
the Table of property iu Virginia :
$726,000,000, it passed the Fuudir
Bill. The whsle debt then, increase
by the accrued iutcrest duriig Recoi
struction was $ 15,000,000, of whic
$15,000,000 was set aside for West Vii
giuia. leaving $30,000,000 assumed 1
Virginia. Of this last the speaker coi
tended the l?tate owed only a part. Tl
accrued iutcrest was due ouly to bone
holders at the North and in Englam
those in Virginia bavins received the!)
in the depreciated currency of the time
and he held the former were not, i
equity.eutitled toc?me forward to gi
theirs in gold. After this action, Jami
Marshall, ol Winchester, one of thos
who sat in the legislature ol '65. put
lislied a letter urging the Governor t
reconvene the legislature to repeal th
law and predicting all the evils th:
have come to pass.if it was not repealci
The next legislature that met repcale
the receivable coupon featuro of th
bill, but, the Court of Appeals held th:
repeal inoperative as to konds alrcaii
Having given this succinct history I
the legislation regarding the state debl
Mr. Allen quoted Gov. Kemper ta th
efl'cct that the people were unable t
bear more taxation and ?aid that Mi
John M. Miller, of Frederick, was sen
by Gev. Holhday. or by gentlemen win
represented him, toRockingham, duriti;
the canvass for Governor, ta represen
Mr. Holliday's opinion as oppesed Ir
any increase of taxation. Only on<
man advocated mcrcaso of taxation, am
that was Marshall Hanger (Applause)
Mr. Stuart, another, of Augusta's rcrif
sentatives, had opposed even an increase
ef 10 cent! in tbe $100 (Applause). Mr,
Allen named other well-known Con?
servatives who opposed increase ol
taxation, and added that the Conser?
vative platform itself opposed it. Men
were not to be intimidated by the de?
nunciations af bankrupt stock brokers,
who had gone through bankruptcy often
over, and he could not understand hsw
Virginia gentlemen cauld go and hob
nob with New York and Baltimore
brokers, and bear them abuse the State.
Mr. Allen said he had from the Audi?
tor's office information that at the end
of this fiscal year, Sept. 30. we would
be behing with interest an the peeler
debt $530,000; in arrears to tho schools
$256,000 ; with overdue coupons for
$200,000, aud iu arrears to the Literary
Fund $84,000, and bo argied that it
wonlel take an increase of fifty cents in
the $100 ta pay our full interest. He
had no hope from the Motlett law,
which was opposed by both liquor deal?
ers and temperance people. The hour
fer the court to meet having arrived Mr.
Allen concluded, though he said he had
much yet te say.
Y. M. C. ?-?At the annual meeting
of the Y. M.C. A. held September 11th
1378, a motion that a committee be ap?
pointed to solicit aid for the. Yellow
Fever Sufferers was adopted. The
following committee was appoinred, J.
B.Qrabill, W.T. WlllUms, If. Coff
man, Ceo. Bally and X. I?. Schmitt.
? committee to consider the pro?
priety of providing anight school fol
the colored ciiildren of Woodstock dur?
ing the snsotag winter, was appointed ;
committee, W, T. William-, L. ('.
Kiiisley antl S. A. Danner.
The following officers were elected to
sene during the ensuing year.
I'rcsiden', - W. T. Williams.
Secretary, - J. W. Tonnes.
Treasurer, - X. B. Bchmitt.
Librarian, - W.H.Newman.
V. Presidents, L. C. Kuicsley. J. H.
Grabill, A. G. Wnykoop, W. W. Logan
and M. L. Walton.
Directors: P. W. lfaeruder, S, A.
Banner, M. Coliman, Rev. B. II. Fl< til?
ing and Ceo. Q, Ott.
The president's report shewed the '.
8eciati?n to be in good condition.
The Puksbyteiit ok w inciii:sti:i:.
?This body converted in Remney on
Wednesday evening. 11th in-i.
opening sermon was preached by the
Kev. J. A. Armstrong, retiring Moder?
ator. Rey. C. W. Ilollis was elect? i
Moderator, and Elders George Glass
and James Kuykendail, Temporary
Clerks. This being the Fall Session,
routine- business occupied principal at?
tention. The reports generally wen
very encouraging. Every organized
Church in the Presbytery, except Har?
per's Ferry Church, was t ?und to be
supplied with the Ministry; and it is ex?
pected Harper's Ferry Church will soon
be repaired and have a stated min
ial supply. Every preacher belonging
to the body was present, except Rev.
Mr. Billings,of Winchester, who Is ex?
cused from attendance because of bodi?
ly infirmity. Seventeen or more ciders
were present, and the whole holy, with
the exception o? two members, i
cd huring the entire session. The pro?
ceedings throughout wire eminently
harmonious and pleasant. The qui
tion of a division of the Virginia Syno i
was discussed for a day, having been
broHght to the attention of the Presby?
tery by the introdaction, byjudge Arm?
strong, ol a paper declaring it unwise
to make a division of the Synod. The
question was ably discussed, pro and
con, and the paper sustained bj
The hospitality of tho people ef
Homncy iras unbounded as of yore, and
all the sessions of the Presbytery
The following Minist " ihng
Kldcrs were present: Rev1.-. D. II.
Riddle, D. ?.. P.. Cumpstcn, John A.
Scott, J. R. Graham, D. D.,J. Join
M. W. Woodworth, G. W. Whi e, W.
A. Crawford, John U. Clymcr, A. C
Hopkins, U.M. White, II. ('. Brown,
J. Vf. Walkup, Geo. W. Fioley, v.. ! .
Wilson, R. H. Fleming, James A.
Armstrong, c. S. Liu. im . W.
Haitis, W. II. Wools and Qarrey
Gilmorc, Elders : J. M. Dicnendcrfer,
John Hill. Capta.n W. 1.. l'owi I, Jas.
Kuykendail. Captain [sane Kuykendail,
Colonel William T. Head, (.
Eicbelbeiger, Robert J?. Smith, II.
Stukey, D. Gano, Judge James I'.
Armstrong, John McKowo Joseph
Rinehart, G?ante Glass, J, w. Dam
Boytl Harlan, and A. Wclton.
The Presbytery adjourned on -
day night to meet in Abingdou du
Synod, at the call o? the Mod'
and m stated ni^eiing a; IToodstock
Va., on the 4th Wednesday of A;
7J o'clock P. M.
Sheep Stbalers Punished
the 5th inst.. Mr. in:". Schmucker,
mg four miles from Staun ton,
that the night Lei'orc two ol i.'- sheep
had been butcheretl in the tieli. the
floh carried off' and the .-kin- ? ;:. ( nil
of Police Crowder discovered that Cu
Maybnsli, (white). Dick Robinson,
ed) and (.'has. Chapman, (wl I
the the thieves and captured the
former. Magistrates Eekridgc, Kamey
aud Lickliter fat on the case and order?
cd Maybusb ? hubee and ltol).:i-o?). :t
being his second offence, ii? lashes an i
00 days in the chain gang. Chapman
has net yet been arrested.?St. Vindi*
The Agricultural Fairs o?' the Sii.tc
for present tear will be as loll ?ws :
Abingdon Fair,Sept'r. 25th, 2Ctb and
Wytheville Pair, Oct. 2d, 3rd and 4th.
Taxewell Fair. Oct. 8th, Oth and 10th.
Pulaski Fair, Oct. the ICth and 17th.
Lynchburg Fair, Oct. 22. 23 24 and
Slaunton Fair, Oct. 8lb, 9th and 10th.
Winchester Fir, Oct. 15, 10, 17. and
State Fair, Richmond, Oct. 20. 30,
and Noy. 1st.
Rockbridge County Fair, Oct. 2
Piedmont Fair, Oct. 15, 16, 17 and Is.
Alexandria Fair, Oct. the 1st, 2d and
Fatal AcciDBarr. -As Wednesday's
down freight train reach i Y< r ?a from
Staunton, a man by name of Ifr. Ilel
mick attempted to alight from the Iran
while it was in motion, and in so thing
missed his footing aadwas dragged undi r
the wheels of the car w'uvif ho was
terribly mangled, resulting in his death.
The cars passed over one leg and a
portion of his right side, causing his hip
joints to protrude and disemboa
him. He was living tad able to speak
rationally some minutes ?iltrr the acci?
dent. What a terrible warning
to those who will persist in getting <
or ou th? cars whilcfn motion. ?Sp. o/
Dont, forget that Da, 1). I). CARTER
has removed his Drug BtOfe to the Tun
Store Room tppoaiti Welsh's Hotel
give bun n call, Satisfaction Guarani
eed. May. Bail Cm,
Any Patent Medicine Advertised in
this paper can be had of R. Schmitt at
theragnlar pries. June 12?if.
At IheIbsbbSsoomietsaese.in Ihli i ileee, s?|t.
26tb, hy K?v. r. Miller, Mr. Wm T. Clsrk aud
alia? afar; L. Querer, all 4f IUU couuty
Oil tttb by ElaVr H. 11. Shav.r, ?ir. 1 ?
W. Kslster to Ml?. I/>tt?* V. lHotli bott M IM"
A Ran un; mu? Rxsclt.? It m
10 difference how msnj Physician?, or
how niucli medicine von have tried, '?
?s now an established tat that, Ger
mao Syren if (he only remedy which
bas mvsB eompli le salifftction ?u
. ivere Lung Disenso It it
true ihcreaie ytt th< ?.f pel
?? ! '? ?r, | '
snd Lllll; ?\ .:'
Remolida m . A-tbnin, Severe !
Whooping ? '? 'i h, ?te., w lo ha?
pe? - i.j',1 know ledge ol
( li rroan Sj rr?p. To bu ?!i wc ?
\(".u n itln nt i < '? h
snmptives try just em
lar ?h ' T-'i ? i by nil Drug?
gista in Ai bj l'ii. D.
I), i ?artes & 1! St uxi i r, VVe i
?' Tai \i. Bottles 25 (': ra in or?
der that all may test the great virtues
of Dr. Su a npound Sj rop ol
Wild Cherry we have issued trial bot?
tles si 25 ceots, No famil?
without this val
ten-times s ?ingle 25 cen? bottle will
caro ? recent cough or cold, snd
preveo! mu th suffering and ri ik It
a'. ,i cur a asthma, bronchitis, liver
complaint. and i inicia i and | i
I io I, ;_r;? v- i rj l4" tone md Btrengih t ?
Asthma a\i> Distbej
My mother wa ifferer from
asthm i : coul'1 . ; : her symp
i m-- alarming :
bn all. paina snd oj . Im.
Swayne's Compound Syrap ol Wild
i'hiiry gave her irhmi I, and
in ? short I
health. i I. MEYER, G
17th and Carp< al r ata? PI
Price : Trial bottles, 25 i
-'!. or six for ?'?"). A
cenl ; cure a re?
cent cough or cold, and th
D. ?' Cam eb, \\
larly when un In - :
warm in b
might think t in worms ".
ir, an I about tl ntimes
. private.' |
iotment'" I! all
to c may
Sent '-- ? ?
i| price, 50 o nia a '?< \. o? ihn
t ir 81.25, by Dr. Swaj n
by all !
Iruggi ts. In II .. D.
J. F. SAUM
'Ill' Kl .
civ:- i Si i a
JOHN A. SAUM,
Iron.Cooking &, Heating Stov83.
'.' Ir '
' . -
Baltimore Air Tight.
At thi '
r md, M > .
I let m
? ? I
Von ' ?
taking , I
, oontj Ibi d?j i
W.B W. i i
Wagon for Sale.
i ? . tr il 'de.
i. W. I
A I r
.. uub DlaiWr aii'l K
?>. li.i Alii l li.
Dee, 2G 6mo. Bole
ff. I. Jin? I s
Castors, Cups #c.
SW I; IDS!
//. : ? ?
AT COST! AT COST;
i, .s t onsbling of
ilt, Fish, &c.
A N II a 0 T I o:-i 8,
Ja R. BVIc : lan,
SAW & PLANING MILL.
? : i
ni tu nf aUaenuojjt,
f?LfB. I v^?fe'^??**^ * ^Sfl??* r/-"?CbB ^'lhoHl remorln? tb? limp i osa
Ajv-**"''^r ^?lB V?R?W"*' ..i balance Wheel,aud a....
ST FAMILY SEWING MA^HlHtfE.
MERICAN" is easily learned, dj-a r.ot get out of order, and will do mer? work
..- than any other machine. 1': iHrateJ Circular furnuhtJ oa upplicAtio*.
J. Z. DOVEl ?* If. Charlea Street. Baltimore, Md.
.!. B. L. H:\vix
win & Son,
?l?anle A ?.c?ail Drag?oste.
?WIN ?k SON.
WILY GROCERY STORE.
hi. li i
iffees, Teas. Spices,
. - ?IE.1 I.. i
- iT, OPPOSITE WELSH'S HOTEL.
D D. Carier, Proprietor.
';; Patent Medicines,
. DYE STUFFS,
. : ! ES.
. . ; ?.
GLASS, PUTTY, &c.
I ET ARTICLE*.
a er~ .-m n?x ?u ,
i?OCO C UFFQ, SzC,
? ? I A y DIES,
; . &c.
I>. IM'Ali i KB. it. D.
I all bowl
. i:. ?? v i >. run
/ 1 : A RR ET r .
And Commission Merchant,
013 ?.oiiiHlaua Arcane
17, D. C.
i ??li arad?
'. i ita
, My snswirsd.
inty w. Va.
J. WAUD WOOD.
aail Horvhin? bsMtfnrrd.
Cl'U ?sud 'ism? '?" I??!? ?a
Onlum Kttioc to W. B aqolra,
. MtklBfUD, Greene C?., la?.
Uavingjost complet id our new
warehouse we are now prepared to
furnish all the
Standard Brands of Fertilizers
Ober's Ainmoniated 12 months $45.00
Avondale ?? ?? 44.00
Sullen Comparand, " M 37.00
WALTON WHAN ft CO'S. BRANDS
Whana Raw Bone 12 months, $45.00
-mi Guano. '? l< 32.20
Diamond slate Bane Steal CASH 38.00
The above prices are the entire
cost tor 12 months.
Wc al.*o bave in etock acid Phos?
phate at - ? 20.20 cash.
Potash Kan it sulphate of soda, all
at 118.00 per ton.
We will give a credit of 3 months
on all material for making phos?
phates by adding 0 per cent interest.
We ;il.so keep the improved
Keller Sf Champion
which will be sold on reasonable
WE ALSO KEEP ON HAND A
Stave, Wood & Hoop Poles
Thankful for put patronage, wc
.still solicit a continuance of satin?.
B. F. BORDEN & BR0.
Tins standard article is compound
1 with the greatest care.
Its effects are as wonderful and as
satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or faded hair to its
It removes all eruptions, itching
and dandruff. It gives the head a
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp by its uso
becomes white and clean.
By its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and mak
ing Um hair grow thick and strong.
As i dressing, nothing has been
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M.D., State AssAycr
f Massachusetts, says, " The con?
stituents are pure, and carefully se?
lected for excellent quality ; and I
consider it the Best PntrAiUTioM.
for its intended purposes."
Price, On? Dollar?
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may be
relied on to chango the color of the
i from gray or any other undesir?
able shade, to brown or black, at dis?
cretion. It is easily applied, being in
one preparation, and quickly and ef?
fectually produces a permanent color,
which will neither rub nor wash off.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL L CO..
Ml -J all CntfiU, tel Sulwt U Xt4iUiea,
LiiiNrunil Envelop? lo box-?, In ?neat
varli t>, fmm 13 eta. ?p. Call ?t BAUQKL1 ft
SOX ?nil ?ee them.
Clap, letter and !tote P?per, Legal Cap and Bill
,/pap-r with a full line of Envelope?, bought di?
11 the manufacturer, which we can ?ell
at nvKUhl.T k SON'S Book htor*.
Blank Book?, Memarandum and Pata booki of
ever? variety, ?t b A Kelt LI * SON'S Book and
Family Biblee, Pocket Bible, ?nd Testament? la
Wre?t v?riety, and at the lowe?t prlcee at,
?MuiELT a ran.
Rodger* Ware, ruch a? rearer?, commnnton ceta.
S|ooii?, Kcrk?, Butter Knirea ke. whlcu will
be warranted Ueimiue, a? we buy direct from
iMdger* ? Bro. and ?re ?ure to get the pure, at
l'.AKUELT ? SOS.
Miseellanceu? book? in large reriety, Scott
Dicken? Lerer, Muhlback, Young, AlgnlUr
.lie- ?l?o Lake Side Library, ?nd the ?tari.tard
PooU. together with all the popular ?ntbor? of the
lay. at lublUhera' price? at BABOELT m SON'S
Bookstore. Seft. Stb.?tf.
I bare of Twine?, Cordi, Fi?a IteeU aaS Unta
the largeet a??urta:?i.t ia tow?.
June 12th?tf. ?. SCMITT.
WKSI.KYAN" KKMALE INsTITDl?,
SI AI.VION VA.
Any one who derire? to educate hie daughter
thoroughly,on the loweet terme and leait expeate,
in one of the flr?t ecbool? fat young ladle? in the
I inet.l state?, writ? for a catalogue to
Rev. WM. A. UABB?a. D. D. President,
July it-amo, aUuntoD,Va,