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FRIDAY As5ustl4i 1868.
VIRGINIA & TKNNESSEE KA1LR0AD.
Mail train loaves Bristol, 7.2R P. M.
Freight train loavos Bristol 7.30 A.. II.
Mull tralnfrotn Lynchb'g arrlvns "ifi't A.M;
Freight train arrives at 6 P. M. ;
Tona., time K0 m. slower than Yft. ;'
EAST TENN. & VA. RAILROAD.
Mail train loaves for Kunxvllle t.10 A. M.
Mull train arrives Bristol fi.40 P. U.
Freight loaves for Knnnvtlle 4.10 A. M. ,
Freight arrives from Knoxvlllo J0 P. M.
Our Friends. (
We send our tinner this week to ft
'I hroo number of our, friends , and so-
i jiiaintanco.i, and icpectftilly ask ft suU
y I Hcription from tLciu.
Rebuilding of a Bridjc. The county
I ndgo over tno Jioistoo river, tear
Union Depot, ia under oontraot for
I r rtti i i
ivc Jan. i do orios are Dcing
burned for tho rebuilding of the Ru!
livan county jn.il which was burned
during tho war.
Col. Josc'ih l'owell is a candidate
for Congress ia tlio First, District of
Tcnnesaco, against tho IIou. K. II
Uutler. tho nominee of tho Orccneville
convention. Col. Towoll writes from
NuKhville, under dato of August 1st, as
i i'ullows :
"Iarrlvod In Nashvillo this evening, and
am engagedthlsday in writing for depress
on the subjoct of tho Inexpediency of the
Militia law, for the abolition of the Franchise
law, and tor tho white men. in Tennessee to
come to tho polls and voto as the citizens of
one great political household should do.
am lor thin and nothing less."
Child JJrowned. Oa Thursday of
ESTED2 last week a little girl, betweon three and
four years old, daughter of Mr. O. F
Starr, of this place, was playing in
shed, outsido tho house, in which there
was a tub of sopp-suds. On pluyin
near tho tub, sho let a cup full in, and
V T) TT I t'n tr?'D3 to rtaovcr D aD(- was
Hi H X i Jdrtwnod. Ja water in the tub being
)EF0T. ',B0' Pro than five or six inches
I1 kinds of 27aA-i. Our friend, Henry O.Cald
ddings fur.. 11, will please accept our thanks for
cod and Or-, i , ... , .
of onr own' timcy assistance in adapting our
tail. i ( Inatcrial to our new and enlarged
g8er!otfr4.u1-. Mr' Caldwo11 is not 0uly tLc
uion fiyrup, ' lit jeweler over in Bristol, but the
. vly masrtT-iuocuauio wuo uas ever
TAsIn.' fco in tho country.' Wo bavo tried
-' ' In often and can recommend him.
k call attention to tho advertise
.. . i 71 ''of the Norfolk Journal, which
11 stock of ; ... . '
jrjQ- j1" found in another column. Tho
, fyournal is a large seven column paper,
S3, 'ii-iy conducted. Mow that wo arc
iS, AC, 'foui;ht intau. diroct connoctiou , witi
fi the Ladies 40rfolk, our citizens would do well to
in the hut. uhscribo to it. For torma see adver
y that 1 nan uoment.
Hie atU'utii.u -
ning of lou- Jlrittol and Kiudrick't Creek Turn
nr,i..,.. JL.j ike. We are clad to find that this
iptly attend' ompany havogotio to work in earnest
WAV tr' t'iat W't'1 eamo eucgy hitherto
loimiuors. j(.iipiayod too jroaa will soon bo com-
lotod. Qrmlag has been commenced
:on tho billat the west end of tho
wu, aua wijaotice wuu pieasuro luat
ie deep bok cm this part of tho road
ivo been filial up, and that tho steep
1, which La heretofore bocn a terror
the teumst, is being cut awuy
" JVu Loirt." A few days since
loving coup from l'ulatki county,
a., arrived ft tno luomas iiouse in
is place, v. boi the well-kuown inur
igo lioenso uwsengor was dispatehod
lllountvillo Yt the ncoesry papers,
duo time bo. eturnod, and tho cere
ny was peifiuod. Tho woman was
rty-fivo yeaji olJ, and has two chil
li; tlio boyl .iactevn. It was then
a covered to tLir sorrow that all their
' uey Lad bote spent, and that thoy
Uq wihout funs to take them homo
!e woman is Mil here, and Lor bus
ud Las sought work on tho railroad.
Ah Old IVomy Frijhhned to Death.
;luring tho,rooHit heavy rains our
:tle crock was swollen beyond its
inks, and did Dach damage to tho
3 and garden ii the lower parts of
e towu. Ie ran th juirh several nouses,
:htouiug and tttflfyiug the inmates.
the west cud thte ii situated an old
3en building, k wn as " Tho Ark,"
ucou oy Dcgra mon, women, can.
a, cats and degt The water rose
idly, sua was totu running through
building. Tuooise awakening an
ucjro woman, shu upraug fifiu her
and vus so terri'.iod upon alighting
ho v.ater, that e!.e fell dead upou
Hour, tud ws tuiiod the fvllowing
in the town ceuiotary. .
W At their la.it regular tu-.i-lmg the
i sof Emory & Henry tollege
rmiutd w erect ft largo and inuuio-
chapd upon the colleg Mouuds.
abseripiinn lit w opoed i once,
?l,-0t) secured. The ohal has
-"to bcii upon the second lor of
uiaiu cllego building, and iilo it
't u aa.Hsilile as is deirod, I is no
t ad.qmio to the growing auts
Ho iutiuuon. lVofetwors J. A.
i aud J. L. IJuchanan aro ivhor
: ' rooeivu subecripttoos, a 4 w0
o frinds of this inatitu 1
. iMuiMtiou generally will J'oine
' I and aid in the oicctio.jof a
A, 'he waul ti whieii DtciM ouo
' l witnuhod tho cluing u
- ilh'iiS for the lai IjW
jVu rdr. On Monday tiia S d of Au
gust ft (hacking murdor was commlttod
ninw the residence of Df id Stephens,
thrco miles north of Cbristiansbarg.
Tho parties to this Moo ly transaction
wet Wra. Clements, ft Loyal Leaguer,
who subbed and killei Ribirt Stuart,
an IrWliman. Stuart loing employod on
the farru of Mij. Kent, started for homo
lata in the cvouiug, very druok, in com
pany with Mr. Cobridgo, wh bold Stu-
att on Lis horse. When near Allogh a
dj Church, Mr. Cibridgi t-irnoJ back
to get some Lata which ho ha' bat, leaf .
log Stuart on tho ground, an bo had
fallen from bis horse.. Aft r going a
short distance bo met Olrticnts, and
requested him to take carejof Stuart.
Coliridiro soon returned, and frith Cicm
cuts, assiHtoil Stuart on lus mmo. no
th.m wont back to bring up his borso,
which was tied to thft fence. s They had
gono but a short distance when Cobridgc,
on c jibing up, beard Clements say,
"No Godd d rebel shall run over
mo," at the Bame time striking back
ward, drove a knife into Stuart's breast,
oauuing Lira to reel in the sad.il Stiiart
dismounted amid drunken muttering,
appVoachod Clements and put his band
upon bis leg, when Clements cut him
twice in the arm. Cobridgc then re
moved Stuart, asking him if ho was
hurt ; to which ho replied, Yes,
bodily," and died before ho could bo
taken to tho house. Clements bas since
been lodged in jail.
Failure ut uVusti Creek, Tan. Wo
are roliably informed that tho firm of
Seizor, Mcleaucs Si Co., which has been
working tho zitio mines at Mossy Creek,
has recently failod, and that the people
of that vicinity will loso by them proba
b'y about $10,000. Tho nro id said to
be very rieh and in largo supply, and
there is room for some lucky uml enter
prising firm yet to devclopo the vast
wealth of that place. We regret the
failure of tho present company.
! Fine Gun for SMe.A. splendid
double barrel shot-gun, London twist,
is offered for sale at a price that must
be regarded as a bargain. It is almost
perfectly: now, and was recently pur.
chafed ia Philadelphia by Fowler &
Gibboneyi for one of our citizens. Call
on Hi GJ.Galdwcll, who will exhibit
and prico it at his Watch and Clock cs
Horatio Seymour in Brittol. Mr.
A. T. Huut will accept the thanks of
tho editors aud employees of this oflico
for the fino photographs of the eiuo.
ntfSAadard bearer.- Mr lIafU-iU
supply tho trade on liboral terms.'. Call
and get a picture of the future presi
Chief Justice Smith. On Welucs
day Chief Justieo Smith, of TcnnH and
lady, also one Congressman who failed
to register, supped with the negro waucb,
whokoepsa Luckster table in the mid
dlo of Front street, rather than eat with
the men at the Virginia or Kkkels
House in this place.
An important card from Messrs. York
& Fulkcrson, will be found in our ad
vertising columns. Iu petitions iu Hank,
ruptoy theso gontlemen bavo large ex
pericnao, and as the' enforcement of the
lifty per cent, clause has been postponed
until 1st January, 1809. Many per
sons will, doubtless, avail themselves of
the exteution. retitions from Ti-nnes
seans will have to be filed at Knoxvillo
aud those from Virginia at Abing Jou
Young Willoughby, who killed Whit
akor a few days since near I'apervillc,
was taken beforo a Magistrate and dis
charged. He is now attending school
in this placo.
Wo wish tho roader to remembor that
both parties were tnomberi of tho Loyal
League, and the deceased a member ul
S3 of Capt. Grisham's company. (Urowu
Gen. Mahono and Col. Urancr ooa-.
templato tho erection of a largo ihod
over, the piswngor platforiiv at this
plaoe. This is an improvement mucU
uceded, and thanks to tba cnrgj of
Gon. Mahouo, wo are soon to have tho
work completed. " '
II. C. Caldwell has ono of the O'llobra
ted Starr Shuttle Sowiug Mauhines.
Stitch alike on both til,vi. Ohcap for
cash. Call and sue samploi of its work,
and have your watch set b'y his Ca lug.
R T. ii- W. y. C. Kailro.xJ. IlauJs
are at worK on all tne soeips or the
Kast Tenueste and Western aro-
Una llajlroud letwoen Johusorla Depot
and Doe Iliver Cove. About 50 men
are at woik, and lu.twoivs months
the cars wiu bo running to nejeove.
Ntijro School. Tho uugrocs, have
started a school iu Uristol, and we hope
the white citizens will
iu their effort.
Tiik Uocrsos JtTD Tlrl
This touipany I p:au a tt.e vcona' of
all purtoioi dau and culled for, tt hnd
of ifnrs. York A Ftilkurson uf ih's place ,
for collootLo. Those duo ll rouipasy
Wlil do weil lo cotuu loraara ana diio kp
tvoforo tho lot of Surt'iuuvr. After tbl
date l.fal protH'vdings will ho ta'. on a? Atci'4
all U Lave failed to do to,
BRISTOL PRICES CURRENT,
oonnicTED waaai-T bt
"W. W. JAMES.
Applet, dried, per bushel,
3 10Q2 25
1 751 H5
1 S0C2 00
green, " "
Pilukwhest. HIT hllulml'
Berribs, dried bUck, pur pound,
wliortlo, per lb.,
(Jol'.oa yp.rns. per bunch.
ClierrieB, dried, per lb.,
Flour, per sick.
Flax Llnon, p.T yard.
(immune, nor lb..
Ilouey, per gallon,
Joans, couatry, por yard,
M oal ,
NaII.. nor knir.
il n i
Onious, por bushel,
'earhos, unpoul.'d, pnr buihol,
" li. .alert. .
I , y
Potatoes, Irish, por bushul,
" sweet, " "
Seeds, fl ix, ier bunlioi,
" tiiiiol.lt), por uiiHlittl,
" clover, "
" evorcreon. ior buthel.
Whok'nale and Retail Dealer in
Gocfc, Wares, anl Mertafee,
AND rUKCHASER FOR GASH,
AND KXCUAXGE FOR GOODS,
All Kinds of Country Produce,
Comer Main and Front Streets,
BRISTOL-GOODSON.VA. & TENN.
WW. JAMESHA3 KOW OX ItAND
. and daily receiving nnd offering for
sale, at wholcKule and rutail, one of the
LARGEST AND MOST VARIED
STUCK OF GOODS
In tliis Country, consisting, in part, as
10,000 yds. Brown Domestics, 10 to 2o cts.
1 000 do. Bleached do. . 12" 25
500 do. Bed Ticking 'lo " 50 "
500 do. Linseys-and Flannels, 20" CO "
600 do. Kentucky Jeans, '.'5 " 75 "
BOO do. Cassinette, 60 " $1.50
10,000 do. Calicoes, 8 " ltSj
hrilttn, Fine Tlruan Dnmestlc. Irish Linen,
l'liiui und I'laid Muslins, Juconcttc,
Cambries, Ilaudkcrchiefs, (liovcs.
Hosiery, Belts, Shirts, Snirt
Bosoms, Tttblo Linen and Oil
t'lotlis, Ladies' Hoop
Skirts, from 60 ols.
A LACUE KTOUK Of
Trunks, Railroad and
Carpet Buh, Umbrellas,
r Saddles, Bridles, Girths, Watches,
Clocks, Glass, l'utty, Nails, Paint:!,
Oils, ludigo, Dyc-stulls, Madder, Coppolas,
Alum, iy .
, 2,000 ponu Is
i llemlock Solo Leather,
600 pounds '
2,000 pouuds llristol
, 30,000 pounds (Jnrtor
an l Juluisuu Co. Bur Iron,
2,OoO pound. Rolled
Iron, of iXl sizes aud kinds,
Two-horso Wagon Boxes
Screw l'lates. Anvils, Vices,
Hollows, Ciist and Blbler fciteel,
lluop Irou, tin Millie,
And I'utiut Blows, io.
2.U00 Burlap 2 B '
and 2 Bushel Bagl, &e., &c.
A ,J ALL KIWD3 OF GOODS
Usually found in Stores in this Cvuuty,
whioh he Is determined to sell
AT A SMALL ADVAN'CL' FOR ' CASH,
Or l'roduoa l'aid Down. V
- "unrciinuis desiring to replenish tlieir
Stocks aro rcsMueifully mute ltj examine
tnv Btocii. 1
Wheat, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Feathers,
Wool. Bossw&x, lriud Beaches aut AppVvt,
Geuseng, Snake Boot, Tallow, Butler, Ivy
El.des l'.r which a fair piioe will be paid i 1
( tli mi.) OooJs ut casit prices, iMiolctal
1 1' Roluil. 1
Bristol Goodson, W. W. JAMK8.
Aug. 1 lBO'H.
UriiiiKifitit tL Apotliecnrlex
rOno door cast of the Thomas House,
.S7G.V OF TIIK JiKD JlOIiTAll,
Have just received and ill continue to be
supplied with a full stuck of all articlos per
turning to their line of busiuesi, such as
I'll in to, Varnishes, lliushei'.
Lamps, Oils, I'erfuineiy, Toilet
Articles for tho Hair, Teeth, aud Skiu,
1 Brandies and Wliii-knys.
Wines nf the best and tinet brand,
r 0 r y. e d 1 0 1 n a 1. p u y o s v .
AalOrl '"n froiu Couttry 1'hyiiiciaussutis
Ut'neturiljr filleJ. 1
A. ! '
Ijr ALL kinds of Job work
cxxuteJ at tLis ilLcc. (
rstujMinrmi 'ipt.Mim .xwiwsfiw
QOOD TIME IS MONEY!
IIENT1Y C. CALDWELL,
'Uristol-Oooilnoit, Ta. tE Tvtiii..
Repairs nil kinds of fino Watches with neat
ness and care Duplex nnd Chronometer
Lscapements carelully repaired and adjus
ted. Having had
III I ll ItllNlllCN,
In the principal cities of the United States,
I am snabled to execute work iu good work
manlike manner, on tnoro favorable terms
than It can be done for in any of the large
cities; and I flatter r'yself that my work
for tho last two years has rendered satisfac
tion to all who have extended mo their pat
mince, and is of itself u recommendation
Thankful for past patronage, I respectfully
solicit a continuance of tho same,
will also rrrtxixn
FIXE WATCHES AND TIME-PIECES
Of every Description, feom the best estab
lishments, both in Europe and America, on
tho shortest notice ; and will keep, as here
tofore, a well selected and assorted Slock
of the best
SPECTACLES, EYE-GLASSES, &C, &C.
rinc Itraxilinn I'rnhSr,
In foltl nud Silver I'rnmcN,
Cheaper than they an bo had in nny of the
rirst-Class Lsiablishmeuts of the Northern
Cities. Come and try me.
Aug.14.tr HENRY C. CALDWELL.
rilHIS SCHOOL WILL OPES
Si ntcmhr 7, ISCS,
And close Jane 18 h, 1863. The terra will
embraco two Sessions of twouty wueks.
Terms pfr Sessions
Orthography, Reading, Writing, Primary
Arlihmctlc and lionsrapny, - - 8H.00
Arithmetic, English Crammnr, Geogrnidiv,
History, First Lessons in Bnglisli Composi
tion. - - - - - . JiO.oo
Higher English Branches, - - 12a 15
Latin and French, each, .... 10.00
Mnsio on Piano and Guitar, each, 20.00
Embroidery, - - - - - - - 10.00
( ontingcnt I ce, 1,50
No deductions mode except In cases of
TtRM 3 One-half payable In advanca.
tho other at close of tho session. '
Tlaving procured the aid of competent
assistants, we are prepared to receive all
who may wish to patronize tho school.
Hoard enn bo had on reasonable terms In
Aug. 14, 1868.tr.
VIRGINIA & TENNESSEE,
. B. DOJ & 09.,
Aug. 1st, 18GB. '
NEW SERIES ! NEW GOODS ! 1
A NEW STORE BUILDING.
UR patrons will remember we sell for
rAl JJOWft UJM-l .
Our mottto is ouu price for-;pay iu hnud"
only. One Store, One Flag ! No credit at
WJ3 intend to work up on the principle
aud no ethor, and ask our friends to
test our pnoes. Vitcaut be undersold
and the pay down principle sustains us!
Wo don't profess to sell at cast. We are
working for a profitby selling oar goods
low; and getting the pay. We can sell
cheaper than any Credit Bouse, who ninkes
his paying customer; loot ins oius 01 vati
craitt't. Wo invite all Buying ror uasu or
Produce to examine for themselves.
Our stock is made up of all goods kept
iu a mixed, mercantile li.isiuoss, to witj
ANEW and beautiful assortment ot
Lawns, Cambria, Jackonetts and
Mouslins; Grenadines Delaines, Delia
gos, Alpasae, Poplins, etc., etc.
100 piccos new styles Punts,
from $10 to $i for best.
3-4, 7-8, 4-0, 6-ii, and 10-1
Brown and Bleached Cotttns from
12$ to tho very best. Paper Cambrics,
Brown, Black, and all colored Cambric?,
Check Muslins, Jackouetts, V.'iggius,
Book, Mull and Swies Muslins,
Cotton PK'is for Diapers.
A full line of notions.
DRESS BUTIONS TRIMMINGS,
LACKS AND 1'RILLINGS,
NOTUIIKD AND PLAIN 15 RAIDS,
COILS AND CI'HJNONS,
C OATHS' Stallord's, Green & Daniel's,
Clark', aud all staulurd Brands and
all colors ; C"rs its, French nnd English;
Mb-si-s' ami Lail'es' in all e.dnrs,
HATS & CAPS,
BOaiMiSYE, ALL STFLES,
LADIES' l!ATS AMD TRISilMIKGS,
CLOVKci, IN ALL T4 1.ES,
FOR MEN AM) 111)1 S,
Boots and Shoes,
Of nil strips nud best quality,
NO PA I'M 11 SHOES SOLI) HERE !
Drugs, Oi!s, Puiuts, Dye-stuffs, Groceries,
Nunc out genuine articles kept,
SIIOVKLS, SPADES, AXES, BUCKETS,
FOURS, NAILS, CASTINGS,
Tanner's and Kesorcns Oil,
CALL and Look before you buy ; and re
member we sell your servant (f-Yliild
as low as if you were present. We invito
tlir.se huying for money to give us a call.
WASTED: Flour, Wheat. Outs, Corn,
Bacon, Lard, llultei Eggs, Chickem, &c.
for vbich wo give the ruling market prico,
AT DUNN'S "RED FLAG. 7
(ij1- REMEMBER WE HAVE TIIE
SAME OLD RED FLAG
FURNITURE ! FURN1TLKE '.
The undersigned having permanently lo.
f ated in Bristol, fi r the purpose of rarrv
iiiR tht CABINET MAKING BUSINESS
in all its brunches, l egs leave to announce
to the citiiumtof Bristnl-lioodsou nud vicini
ty, Uiaf he is ii'iw prepared to furnish to
urder any article in Lis line, uon tho most
rcaonaU terms such as
I WASHSTANDS, SOFAS,
CHAIRS, iC. KC.
All pernors wishing any nf tiie above or
ticlos will tmd it Iu their inter ;st to call and
t him before purchasing elsewhere.
He also holJ himself r.M.ly to attend to
thedutiosofaii I lakci'. ()FFINS
furui-hed to order at the lu rtci uetice.
liLD FURNITLKK repaired with neal
ne aul dispateU. Merchantable l'Ku
Dl t'E taken iu exchange for work at rush
i.-itcs. i U. C. GALLAW.VY,
j. RjDERSojuj;o'S coLuma.
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS,
Alwavs on hand nt
JOS. 1 A1EES0N & CO'S.
LATEST Styles of Ladies' Fashionable
Dress Goods, just received from New
"iork. Paris Allicionnes, Silk Tibsucs,
Sw iss Lenors, Challies, MozambirUcs,
Swiss Or-andics, Plaids, Figured
Jack. .iiri-. (linghnuis,
A Inrgc lot t.f Jackonet nud Swifs Edging,
Lndifs Skirt Bullies,
Nc Styles of Ladies' Hats,
nnd Sundowns. A large stock of
HOSIERY & GLOVES,
JEWELRY, ! JEWELRY ! !
A LARGE Stock of Turquoise Rings,
Breast Pins. Ear Bubs in sets, Pen
cils, Buckles, Silver Plated Forks and
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
01' all grades aud ijualitics,
COATS, PANTS VESTS, NECKTIES,
SHI RTS, FLA N N ELS, DRAWERS
HATS OF ALL STYLES,
Pannma, Silk, Fur, Whito and Black.
Caps, Boots & Shoes,
Largest stock ever brought to tho country!
MEDEC1NES. Oils, Paints, Dyo-Stufls,
School Hooks, lli.-lories, 0 dot. Fow
ler's Arithmetics, Miscellaneous Works,
Paper. Envelopes, Inkstands, Slutes, Copy
A large Stock of Hardware, Carpenter's
Tools, Axes- Picks, Shovels, Steel Augurs,
Chisels, Locks, Hinges, Farming Iniplu
monts, THE WATT PLOW, nil kinds of
Sadlers' Tools, Shoe Findings, Harness,
Buckets, Brooms, Tubs, Old Anchor Bolting
Cloths, to order.
20,000 lbs Bar Iron, 20,000 lbs Castings,
Hay Rakes, Mowers, Grain Drills,
A large supply of
TEAS, SPICES. SC.
BRISTOL PRICES CURRENT.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY .
Joseph R. Antlersoii & Co.
ATPLES, dried per bu.
4 1 10
BACON hog round,
BUCKWHEAT, per bushol,
BERRIES, dried, black, per lb.
do " whonle, '
do " Rasp, "
COTTON YARNS, perb'ch,
CHERRIES, dried, pr lb
FLOUR, per sack,
FLAX LINEN, per yard.
HONEY, tir. gal.
JEANS, country, per yard.
ONIONS, per bus.
PEACHES, unpeuled.-per bu.
d pealed, por bu.
POT J TOES, Irish,
SEEDS, flax, per hurdtol,
do timothy, per bushel,
ANDERSON WILL SELL AT
100 Bags Prime Rio Coffee, -25 Bbls Sugar,
10 B11LS. MOLASSES.
LEATHER, BUCKETS. BROOMS,
100 K HQ a HAILS,
1'LASTEU, roWDLH, SALT,
200 PIECES PRINTS,
53 Pieces EeacM Sliiriinp,
10.000 Yiuds D0MFST10S,
60 CASES BOOTS AND SHOES,
KENTUCKY J EANES,
10,600 BUiilELS Primo CLEAN WHEAT,
10,000 BUSHELS OATS,
JOS. R. ANDERS 02V ft CO' 3.,
nug I I, tf
PEACE 11 AS ITS VICTORIES
AS WELL A3 WAR ! !
PAYNE'S PATENT CHURN
Hit ranTKN TO HE
" ONE OF THE1.1. "
riVllH is without doubt tho best ( Horn
ever u-e.l, and is warranted to malco
Butter iu from thret lo ton minutes, a id
make more and htl'V Butter from tho same
ijuanity nnd quality it Milk than any other
possible I hum.
It is also simple aid strung In construc
tion and uot liable to get out of repair.
It it specially diii:il.ie and de.-irable, be
cause it is made with oouperagH end from
the best quality of It LI C'l.D.l K, nnd
heune excels alt wtrthUss Churns made
from planks, that fu to pieces when prop
erly scalded aud suuitd.
riVlE (iI.D DOMINION CHURN CO.,
L. Of MURHll'.E.SIiUI'.O',
Are aide ow uers ot ihe Patent Rk lit for
the States of Old und West Yirg'ni-i. and
their Agent, Vr P. U. tl'NF.IL, will vi, .ta
number of the Counties a soon as possible,
with a view of bolliii- tOUNTY RIGHTH,
as wed as supplviug tin Chums to cousu-lueia.
S. A. Stsvsns.
I. S. Akrs.
S. A. STEVENS & CO.,
Johnson's Hall, Main Street.
NORFOLK, VA ,
We Call Sifciiil Attention to our
Fine Stock of
Our stock of the nboro goods Is one el'
COMPLETE and EXTENSIVE
to be found South of New York.
It embraces all (trades and the most RE
CENT STYLES. Our prices are ta
Low as can he jurchated in the North,
aud we most respectfully solicit a call.
We I. old i.nt extra iiiducenwatn le the
Couutry Merchants, nod enu till orders cu
the most accoimuoduting terms,
OUR CARPET AND OIL CLOTH DE
PARTMENT is on tho lower floor
our store being 110 feet wide and 175 foot
deep, aud our Stock comprises all grades
of Goods in this line, from tho very cheap
est Domestics to the very finest Brussels
ami Velvet Cnrpotiug. We can offer espe
cial inducements to merohants -we will
sell Carpets, Oil Cloths, &ca, as low as any
house in the country.
We have our goods manufactured cspe
pecially for us with particular regard to
style nnd quality, best suited to our trade.
Our stock of Floor and Table oil cloths is
the finest in this State. We have Constant
ly on hand all widths, from IB inches to
24 feet wide.
OUR FURNITURE WAREROOMS ARE
are ou the second floor our main room
is the Hall, which is the hausouiest and lar
gest in the South being 15(1 feet lung by 00
feet wide. There wo displuy tho neatest va
to bo found South of Philadelphia, nnd we
guarantee lo eonipeto iu price, stylo and
quality of work, with any house iu the coun
try. lie call tjieciol notice to our
PAPER-HANGING k WINDOW
We arc constantly in receipt of all the
newest styles l oth Foreign and Dmnestio
Itoi-di'i-N, rir'-Ncrecn, SlnwUn
ol'all kind. 4'oiiNtaiiily
n IniJMl or uiutlu
OUR f icilitics for business are nnsur pas
sed by any house either North or South
nud we invite the attcntiou of housekeepers
aud the trado to our establishment, as we
feel confident they will not fail to satisfy
themselves that the abTO goods can bo pur
chased on as favorablo terms as at tho Noi th.
S. A. STEVENS A CO.
April 21th, Cm Norfolk, Va.
Blood Purifier !
SCROFULA IN ITS VARIOUS FORMS
Oonsuption in its oarly stages, Enlarge
ment and Ulcera'iou of tho Clauds,
Joints,Bones, Kidneys, Uterus,
Chronic Rheumatism, Erup.
lions of dio Skin, Chronio
Soro Eyes, &c &c.
I " ALL ITS I'OKITIS.
DISEASES 0 F WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache, Liver
Complaint, 1 am iu tho Pack, Im
prudence in Life, Gravel,
0 E N E R A L BAD UK ALT II,
And All Discuses of tho
Blood, Liver, Kidneys ami Bladder,
U is a Perfect KuiKivator.
r-y ROSA DA LIS eradicates every
kind of humor aud bad taint, and restores the
cutiro system to a heuUliy condition.
E-rIt is perfectly harmless, never pro
ducing tho fclightust injury.
Xj- It is not a Seoret Quack Remedy.
Tho articles of which it is made aro publish
ed aroiiml each bottle.
Iic oiniiivinlfd ' by tbo .Tledir-U
l'liciilly itiid TlioiDiiiiidt of
our lic'Ht ( tllxoUM.
M?V.For Testimonials of rcmarkablccures.
seo " Kosii'liius Alumnae fortius year.
Prepared only ly Dr. J. J. LAW
RENCL & CO.,
'ill Uultiuioru Mrrol.
And for Sale bv Druggists everywhere.
July 17, 181)8. ly
11. lUllM tl.lNll. Uko. IlARMtLIKll
Lata of Va. Si Tenn. It. K.
Dry t-otxls, iro'i let, Hard
ware, liutiis, Shows, Huts, Kerosene -Oil,
Lamps, Chiiuueys, Salt,
Iron aud Castings.
All kinds of
COUNTRY PRODUCE WANTED,
For which wo wi'd pay the higheot market
Iiay" We roturn tlianki to our friends and
l!ie public generally for the liberal putroimgc
bestuwed, aud hope by close api.ctiou to
business to share a portion their future
Aug Utf II All MEL TNO BROS.
IrlcXIAVAIlVE & CO.,
WHOLESALE O ROGERS,
Coni mission Mercliants,
Nob. 711, Bl & 83 Sycamore Street,
R. I). Mellttainr, )
S. S. Bridgers. )
Aag. 14, IRfi. tf.
C. T. LiTiHfiKi.n. Wii.i.iAM Kisu
Of Washington Co. Va. Of Lynchburg, Va
LITCHFIELD & KING,
Ceaeral Common MMi
(At the old Stand of McDitll k Irby.)
No. 15 Br id go Street,
LYNCUB URU, VA
Oifir their services to thoi' li lends and
and the pn'il'o gnnerally for the rale of al
Oouu'.ry pruduoo consigned to theui. lir 'in
Ising strict attention tn best InlunoK rr
ot thoe who sell through tbelr agenoy. Wli
make liberal advance oa all salxsUe art!
cl s In store, aud W'.ll uiiko prompt returns
urallnaM. Ai:g. It.lf
Tin: jinisroL xi:ns .
' Wtt. B IWKII ' ' '
EVERY" SATURDAY MO RIVING.
In Gnlargod s'ta, upon beautiful white
paper, and furnished to
Subscrlbiri-i at . . H.f0 por annum.
For Six Months, . ..- $10.
Piesidentlal Campaign, . 60
7jo Issues now presented to the people
of Virginia and Tennessee aro tho most
momentous known tn the history of thn
white race. The are cIvHl liberty or civil
death, the preservation and protuction of the-
Anglo. S.xon blood, or Its admixture with
that of race unknown to civilization, ox
cept under tho fostering care of tho white
rc. The "NErTS" will present theso
Issues (with others lhi ,ire Important) to
its readeis, Iu no quostlonable shape, Iu
circulation Is now already enlarged, and
will be rapidly lucreased.
Eur Ciixh in Aihtmtt it H'iH be Faniiihr.l
To clubs of ten, or more, at - . (2 0 1
INVARURLT TN I'VVCK.
ADVEUTISINQ AND JOB W0HK
Will bo executed with tho utmost dlsi.ateh
and nnutness. Large additi'in have boon
imdo lothe niatirlal of the olll.re, and tbo
Is roploto with everything reulsllo fur exe
cuting work lusucb manner as will compare
fikvorably with that done la
FIRST CLASS CITY JOB OFFFICK.S.
L iter Heads,
Bdls Luting, .
In fact, all wot k r(iii!red by tbo business
and professional men of this city and stir,
We bavo just procured a large amount of
now type, of smaller sl.j than that her-'
loforo ns.td, so as to give
AN UNUSUAL 1SIOCST Of H1ADI0 MATTKB,
Also, thrt ludispensible adjunct to a com
plete office, a new
If ttblilno ton I'rU-llnff l'reiu.
Perhaps the largoat aud lluust of the kind
between Lynchbu-g aud Knoxvlllo. Theso
additions have coit us a large amount of
money ; but It will be the aim ami object
of the presout editors to keop paou with tbo
rapid developments this country, so tuucU
blessod of God, though nftou cursed by man.
The great ,lutercsti or
will bo advocated, and every Interest pro
moted which has for Its object the building
of the tnhvdiig railroad link betweon Nor
folk and tho great valley of the Ohio and
Mississippi, tbo Va. & Ky. Railroad.
The course of the puper will, la all cases.
be Independent ; and we aro sanguine of
success In an enierprlso Intruded by every
means to promote the greatness and glory
of Virglult: and Teunusste.
I. C. FOWLER.
ADDRESS TO THE NERVOUS AND
u uose sufTurings have been protracted from
hidden cuuscs. and whose cases require
prompt treatment to render existence desi
rable: If you nre suffering, or huvo suf
fered, from involuntary diseharges, what
effect does it produce ou your general
hoalth ! Do you feel weak, debilitated,
easily tired T Does a little extra exertion
produce palpitatiou of tho heart t Does
your liver, or uriuary organs, or your kid
noys, freqently get out of order? Is your
urine sometimes thick, milky, or tlecky, or
is it ropy on settling! Or does a thick
scum rise to the top ! "r is a sedimout at
the bottom after awhile! Arc your bowel
coustipated t Do you havo spells of fainting,
or rushes of bluod to the head ! Ig your
memory impaired ? Is your mind constant
ly dwelling upon this subj'ct? Do you fuel
uun, usuoss, moping, nruu 01 corupuny, of
lifo! Do you wish to bo let alono, to got
away from everybody T Does any little.
tlung make you start or Jump T Is your
sleep broken or restless! Is the lustre of
your eyo ns brilliant? The bloom ou your
cheek us bright f Do you enjoy youiself in '
society as well ! pu you pursue your bas-
liioss w.lli me same energy r Uo you feel
as much conlldcuce in yourself? Are your
spirits dull nud flagging, given to fits of
melancholy? If so do not lay it to your
liver or dyspepsia Have you rostloss
nights? Your back weak, your knees weak
and but little appetite, and ycu attribute
this to uyspopsU?
Iow, reader, seir-abuse, venereal diseas
es ba lly cured, and sexua. txoesses, aro all
capable of producing a weakness of the
generative organs The organs of genera
tion, wheu iu tcfect health, make the man.
Did you ever think that those bold, defii.'
ant, energetic, persevering, successful busi
ness iuvu ure always lliosu whoso generative
organs are in perfect health 7 Yon never
hear such men complain of boing melau-
eholy, of nervousness, of palpitation of
tliejheurl. They aro never afraid they can
uoi suecevu 111 iiusuioes ; vuey aou t ecouie
sad aud disouuraged . they aro always po
lite aud pleasant in the c.mpany of ladies,
and look you aud them right iu the face
none of your d iwncast looks or any other
uiuuiiti.'e about lurui. 1 do cot mean those
who keep the orgnns Inflated to excess,
These will not only ruin their constituti uo.
but also those thoy do business with 'dor.
How many iueu, fn.iu ldiy ourS dis
eases, from the efleots of sclfuhi.se aud
excesses, havo brought about that stale of
weakness in theso organs that has reduced 1
tho general system so much as to induce
almost every other disease Idiocy, lunacy,
paralysis, spinal affections, sub-He, end al
most every other ill that flosh is heir to,
and the real cause of the trouble soarotily
ever suspei'.jd, and have doctored for all
but the right one.
Diseases of these organs require the use
nf a Diuretio. II ELM HOLD'S FLUID EX
TRACT BUCHU Is tho great Diuretic, and
is a certain curs for diseases of the Blsddtr,
Kidneys, (liavel. Dropsy, Organic Wesk
uess, Female Complaints, (leneral Debility,
aud all diseases of the Urinary oif-ici,
whether existing lo Muls or 1 enisle, from
whatever cause originating, and no matter
of h w l..i;g standing.
If no treatment is submitted to, Con
sumption or tasanity may ensue. Our flesh
aud blood Bra supported from tbee soar
es, aud benUti as I happincs, and that of
rostenty, dvcuds upouproa.pt use of a
Helinbobl's V. . r.i't Bachu, tabli-hed
lipwnil of eig',itn yeni'. prepare 1 by 11. T
ItHI.MBOLIi. t)i ujts'st. VI New Yoi l and
104 S-ouili Kuh S'tr.-t, riiil tilelphia. l's.
Pnirr.- f I.J", nir IkiI.Io. or 6 bottln for
$(ii(l, de' vetid 1 1 siy a h'l- s.
Ijr-Sobl be nil Di .1 : : sH etei J where.
NONB ai s penii'nc ''. s done up In It
sirsl-enjisvi l tsiapprr, a.tli loi imils ef
my Cheiuica'. WaisIuhi-o, s ol s'l.'aed '
II. T. UELMIIOL0.
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