tmwi hi mm m. imawiftiAnawie
y.) l '
TLo time has arrived wiicn it is
for every ufjuaro tUoy cover. They will
not grow from cuttings- havo to be
layered fur propagation. I Bet tlicm
at thirty feet npart each way, pay fiity to
loneth a aerious question with the fur- the acre. 1 think they would do well
,ucri of Virginia and Tconcssee whether in your olimald. You can judge for
' B 6 , , . r. coursclf; if the Seuppcruog doea well
or not farming in lonper to U a profit. .(h . it wi j0 Tbo ncxt
able pursuit. Most especially docs that i,est W)UQ prune I have is a bunch crape
of wheat crowing begin to attract their I It is of pood sized berry and bunch ; is
attention. Wheat growing cannot no
aaid to have been profitable in this bcc
tiou during the lout few years. Lands
that in earlier days were made, to produce
very hardy, and never rots a fiuo bear
er, ripens uniformity and very early ;
makes a fine Ma Jena wine with a small
addition of pugar.
The Concord is the next best. It is
phur. To do this take a piece of cauvas,
of about two incites broad and twelve
long, dip this into melted sulphur, and
when a tew paf.s at racked cuter are
put into tho cask, set this match on
tire uud bold it in tho can until it is
consumed, then bung the cask and shake
it, that the liquor may incorporate with
and retain the fumes ; after this lilt tho
cask und bung it up.
This cider should bo racked off again this State, it is ordered that she appear hem
tho latter part of February, or first of within oho month from tho duo publication
March: aud if not as clear as von Im "u 1U : " 1U i""
. 1 1 . .: t. : .,, ; i., r. 1 "er micros j m vino nun.
UUUIU WISU lb, put 111 IQIIUOa IV UUU lb
thirty, forty, and even fifty buthcls per very bardy, a good bearer, aud makes a
-:.i.i t. t . n,l Rood wine with addition of sugar. The
' , vine will bear more abuse and do better
twelve. That which was once a aource of tiaD atJy bunch grapo I have. It will
profit has, in many instances, been, of grow ju ttm0Bt any kind of soil or
late, an actual loss. Finco this is the climate, nnd do well.
case and every farmer will bear wit
ness to tho truth of what has been
said tha quostion presents itself as to
what is tho cause of this groat falling
ff in thn ntinntitv of wheat nroduced.
,,T1 . ... ... Hand tho bunch, is small but they bear
Where aro we to seek tho solution of " ... . '
I vr.ru full and turn out verv well.
Are WO to look to the I Tl,Bn four kinds nro nil I can rermn.
mend out of one hundred and fifty
Tho JhnfJ'ord 1'rotijic docs well, too;
is a Edo table grapo, uud makes a toler
The Clinton is a very hardy grape
and makes a nice wmo ; will grow and
do well almost anywhere. Tho berry
this problem ?
climate? Has a change taken place,
nraduallv and almost imnerccntiblv ? different kinds, and they ripen so they
The eolution will not be found in this. cl,n lo P"1'1'1 !l Jiro. TSio Maderia
. , , , , , . , comes tho 1st of July; Uarttotd Pro-
A inango lias lateen place, nut a cuangc ifi(J o0lll Juiy to ?t 0f August; Con
rather for tho better. Have our lands Lord 10th of Auinist to 1st of Septem-
become exhausted, or is the fault to bo I ber ; Clinton 1st of September to 1st
found in tho manner of cultivation 1 October ; Wish 1st to UUtn October.
Ho a Tew bands can save a large
Undoubtedly the answer to tho latter
question, a question upon which uot
only bangs the prosperity of agricul
ture, but upon which tho very existence
of tho community depends, is the solu
tion of this question. When the crops
fail, trado also fails. Our farmers have
pursued a suicidal policy, which is
about to bring ruin upon tho commu
nity. Year after ycar.thcy have culti
vated tho same fields in corn aud wheat,
nnd that bo badly that, while producing
uot more than half what nature in
tended them to, tho eoil has been ex
hausted. Light ploughing, surface cul
ture, constantly drawing from the soil
without manuring, has ruined our lauds,
destroyed our crops and paralyzed the
energies of tho country.
This Old Virgio'a style of firming
this Bleeping in the fenco comer thin
thing of oue man attteiupting to culti
vate half & couuty must give way. Tho
scythe and the sickle must yield to tho
reaper and tho mower. L'madeast Rowing
must give way to tho drill. Our farms
luubt bo divided, aud that which a few
years since was one plantation, will soon
bo Jotted with beautiful cottages the
homes of a dozen families. Strangers
inuHt be welcomed among us. Quezon
not their politics ; they have a.; good
right to their opinions us we to ours ;
but extend to them tho hand of friend
ship, and when wo have wou their
hearts we will havo won their votes.
JCucourage whito labor. When strangers
liavo niado their homes among us thoii
interests will become ours, our interests
theirs. Thug wo will be cemented into
ono great people Tho country will be
developed, our granaries will bo filled,
quantity of grapes. I plant all the
bunch grapes in rows twelve feet apart
and ten feet in tho row. Train to trel
lis, and prune them back every winter
My vineyard is a sandy soil, very poor
so I have to manure some. Tho prin
eipal ninnure I use is wood mould. Lone
dust is very fine. There is no one
my county who knows anything about
the culturo of grapes. 1 bavo had to
siiperviso my own vineyard. I have
p'.auted out. about 100 aeree this season
in jtjisii, iWadena and Concord, and
few of the black Seuppernog. I raised
a good lot of plants this reason, and
would like to furnish my friends in
the fcoutu with all the plants they want
I nm suro 1 can furuitdi as good plant;
as any ouu, and at as low a figure,
Jas. J. Cannon.
VI RAIMA: At Rules held in the clcrVs
oflico of the Circuit Court of Taowell
county, on Monday, the 3d day of Au
Uabnel W. Asoury, complainant vs. Jem
linn Adlmry defendant in Ohuncery.
The object of this suit is to obtain a Ji
orce from the bonds of matrimony, and
it appearing from an affidavit tiled in the
cause that the defendant is uot a resident of
One of our oxchangos ad vines bottling
cider, and gives the fullowing directions
For bottling let the pumice lie in the
trough over night. The first run of the
cider from the pre.-s is tho best. Let
the cider work a day or two, the casks
being full, so that the pumico may pass
off at the bung. hole. Then take au
empty cask, clean and sweep, put into
it ten or twelve gallons of tho cider,
thrust tnto the cak througli the bung
holes an ignited rag-sulphur match,
suspended by a wire from the bung
hole, to which it is to be attached; and
after this unoiher, uud so on, ti.'l three
or four matches have been consumed.
Then hhake tho cask violeutly, until tho
fumes of the sulphur are completely in
corporated witli the cider, l'our the
cider thus prepared into the cask in
which you proposo to keep it for the
winter, ltepoat tho Bame process until
the cask u full. Dung the cask tiuht,
and let it remain in the cellar "till
March, and then draw the cider off and
bottle it. Place tho bottlo upon the
bottom of tho cellar, and cover with
eaud. Some place tho bottles bottom
and Etir it well then put tho cask in a
coot place, where it will not be disturb
ed, for the fining to Bettlo. Cider, pro-
pared in this niauuer, will keep sweet in
casks for twenty yeurs. Via Almanac.
Turnips andlttifa Jlogas.
A light soil, rather sandy than otherwise.
makes the bet soil for tho whito turnip,
In such a suit if it is rich naturally, or lias
been uiuilo tortile the turnip grows rapidly
and produces large crops. It la just, the
time now when tho seed should ho sowed,
certainly not later ban the l'Hh of August.
It ruta bazas aro to be cultivated, and they
make the tinent winteg food lor stock., they
should bo seeded in drills three feet apart,
well rutted uianare being II rut deposited
along the coume of the drills, or else the
5 des of the drill well sprinkled with some
commercial f'ertili.er, that is rich In phos
phates. Alter tho drill has been fortuud as
if lor the reception of potatoes, ridgHd up
by two bunts ol the plough, the crown ol
tho ndgo should bo llalteued, either by
paslD;; a light roller longways ot the ridges
or by breaking dowu the ridge with tho
back of a rake. Another finer drill should
then lo made along the ceutro of tliu flat
tened ridge some half an inch deep, along
which tho seed should either he sowed with
the hand, or drilled In. If seeded broad
cast, and that is tho general although not
tho best practieo, bow about two pounds of
seed to the aero. Tho llural World of July
25 makes the following suggestions :
Turnips grow bebt in a rich, naely pul
verized soil, and a rather moist season.
They should ho sown now. As much seel
as will tilt tho shell of a goose-egg will sow
an aero. They are freu.uou.tly sown toj
thick. To prevent this, mix the Ve 1 with
common sand, and sow with the thumb and
finger. This has rof'eieneo to the flat Kng
lish, scrap leaved and purple-top varieties.
Kuu bagas should be tiuusplanted like cab
bages, in rows about two l'oet wide, plants
about eight inches in a row. Run a culti
vator thiough once or twice and keop clean
by hand hoeing. All varieties of turnips
contain a largo proportion of water, (the
common Flat Kentish turnip fcO per cent ;)
yet they ale highly esteemed as feud fur
cattle aud sliei-p, the lailor being fattened
upon them in Kng:and almost excluiively,
with tho adduiuu of buy or pasture. It
makes a change of diet for them. When
fed iu large quautitloa to milch cows they
will LUvor tho milk. Most people like tur
nips on their own tables seiui-occasiooaliy.
Kuta IJagas are especially good in the early
spring when other vi-getaOlxs are bcurco.
lie sure and raise home of either sort.
Don't put it off.
A copy Teste.
Aug 1 U4t J
It. SPIIECIIER, Clerk.
T IIUilNIA : At rules held in the Clerk's
the 3d day of Au-
olilce of tho Circuit Court of Tazewell
county, on Monday
gust, 1K0S. ,
(iuxtavus A. DetiBon, und Sanford P.
Campbell, merchants nnd partners in trade,
under the firm and stylo of
licuson Campbell Si Co.,
complainants, Amended Bill iu
ers defendants. J
' The object of this suit isti recover of tho
defendants a debt duo by them to the com
plainants. And it appearing from an alti-
duvit, filed in tho euuse, that defendants
Robert M. Williams, nnd Charles Newburg
nro not residents of this State, it is ordered
that they appear hero within one month af
ter tho due publication hereof, and do whnt
is necessary to protect their interests in this
suit, A copy Teste.
Aug 14-4w ' P. R. JSPUACHER, Clerk.
VIRUINIA : At Rulcj held in the Clerk's
office of the Circuit Court of Tazewell
county, on Monday the 3d of August, 18o8,
Joscpu U. l.ruwa, complt. i
against I lu Chnucery.
John Cecil's heirs, defts. J
The object of this suit is to obtain tit la to
a tract of laud, lyiug in the county of Ituch
auan, sold bj Jno, Cecil, deceased, in his
life-time; and it appearing, from an affida
vit filed in the cause, that defendants Sam
uel W. Cecil, nnd Thomas Cecil are not res
idents of this State, it is ordered thnt they
appear here within ono mouth after the due
publication theicuf and do what is necessary
to protect their interests in this suit,
A copy Teste.
Aug 14-41 P. II.. SPRACIIEK. Clerk.
"17IRGISIA : At Rules held in the Clerk's
V otlieo of tho Circuit Court of Tazewell
county, 011 Monday the 3d doy of Au
Successors to Marks J- Loo, .
Offer the'ir services to their friends nnd
the public generally, for tho Sale of all
Country Produce consigned to them,
promising strict attention tothe best
interest of those who sell in their Agen
cy, nnd make prompt returns for all sales,
Oliico nnd Storehouse rt Junction of all tho
railroads, and ndjacnt- to tho river.
Louis L. Marks. 1
James W. Lee.
Alfred Friend. )
JOUX ROWLETT. X. M. TANNOR.
ROW LETT & TANNOK,
C OMMSS10N MEIZ CHAN TS,
A'o. H-t ti- (Hi Sycamore St.,
Solicit consignments of all kinds country
May 1, Cm
Diyin 11. v t. a 11 k ,
Formerly with M. Hlair & Co.,
(srccusfoa to clakk 4 m.AiR.)
Fourtftnth, Br twft n and Cury Strtett,
RICHMOND, 0 VIRQI.S-IA.
Solicits Conignmont of TOBACCO, all
kinds of GRAIN and COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Also, orders for the above aud all kinds
Always a full supply of GRAIN BAGS,
aud Liberal Advances made in Cash.,
FERTILIZERS or MERCHANDISE on
faith of Shipment". Best of references fur
nished whon rennlred. aug 0 ly
BOFM & IALDR0N.
M. ROBKKTSON & THORNBURG,
ill), in 14 t re rum tr hotveoon tu-n luia if
our railroads wilt groan beneath ttir ;oi(it!)i ns in tuis way tho corks wU1
increased freights, our towns become I remain secure without twine or wire
cities, aud we a prosperous nnd bnppy
If you dou't care to bottle it, you cad
make excellent cider in this way : Take
pure cider, put it into cleau casks ; then
ufler the cider bus wooked so as to be
Turnips should bo sown from t he 1st I pleasant, odd to each bane! a pint of
musiar-seeu, and Dung nut. The cider
will remain till Spring of pleasaut taste
aud sparkling nppcarauce, when poured
lutoa tumbler. Maryluna l'armcr.
to tho 10th of August, though g"od
crops aro aoino times obtained when
sown a week later.
Tho soil should bo light and rich
l'lough deep, aud in sowing take great
tare not to have them too thick. Many
crops aro ruiued from being sown too
thick, ns it is very uilHeult to have
them thin enough, Bow broadcast
barrow well, aud roll.
WHEAT AMI HVE.
Plough your land deep, and when it
lias been onco ploughed, it will ofteu
ay tho cultivator to repeat tho opera
tiou. If our farmers would sow hah'
the usual number of neics, and put
twice tho amount of labor usually given,
tho yield would bu more than double.
Legiu sowing on the 20th of September.
It bus been ascertained ly go..d,
practical fitniers that tho yield is 100
per cent, gieater wheu sown iu the
drill, liood drills may I e obtained at
11 moderate cutt from any of our mer
chant!!. Lt every furv.:,r t&vo tiicm:
LOCAL PARTNER AT
Bristol m Goodson,
riVUS old, reliable aud successful Real Es
L tate Agency has established
A PERMANENT OFFICE AT
Mr. E. B. Mi Claimlinn takes pleasure in
informing ali persons desirous of disposing
FA U.MS, TIMBER or MINERAL LANDS,
HILLS Hit MILL M I LS, AND
TOWN PROPER TV.
That ho will be found at nil times at his
ofliec formerly Col. Jlel.in's All wishing
to place into market tlieir property under
the auspices of tho
THE PIEDMONT LAND AGENCY OF
Witlcu Cecil, complt.
George W, Ucskins, ndiur. In Chancery,
of 111. Anderson, dee'd.
and others, defendants.
The object of this Buit is to enforco tho
collection of a doht duo the complainant
from the e-tate of Wm. Anderson, deceased,
ami to sunjcctaiiy tuuils in the hands of the
defendants to tho the payment of the same.
And it appearing from an ntliduvit filed iu
the cause, tho; defendants Robert Chiddix
and Jane his wife, VViu. S. Cecil and Nancy
his Wife, Murindn Anderson and James S.
Anderson are not residents of this State, it
is ordered that they appear here within oue
month after the duo publication hereof, aud
do hat is uecesf ury to protect their inter
ests in this suit. A enpv Teste.
Aug 1 Ht P. R. SPRACUER, Clerk.
"7IRG1NIA : At Rules held in the Clerk's
office of the Circuit Court of Tazewell
county, on Monday tho
Peter Catron, complainant,
Diana Hendricks Exrs. aud I
others, defendants. i
The object of this suit is to subject the
real estate ot Whicn Joseph llendrick deceas
ed, died seized in the couuty of Tazewell,
to tlio payment ol a debt due from the estate
of said Joseph Ileudriek to the complainant :
A 11 J it appeanug trom an uth 1 ivit tiled in
the cause, that defendants Henderson Uailey
and Lewis Hypes anil Francis his wife are not
residents of this State, it is ordered that
they appear here within oue month from the
duo publication hereof, and do what 13 nec
essary to protect their interests in this suit.
A copy loste.
Aug U-4w P. R. SPRACIIER, Clerk.
..Yo. 141 Sicnuiore Street,
Solicit Consienments of Tobacco, Cotton,
VVheat. Corn, and oilier Produce.
BiSf Their undived attention being devo
ted to tliis business, they promise their ut
most excrtiont in procuring tho best prices.
Orain bags furuir-hed at the uvualratcs for
won and tear.
July 24, lSfi8.-f.w
S. A. l'tummer. JIT. X. J. Young.
11". 7". r'ummtr.
PLUMMER, YOUNG & CO.
Importers nnd Deulers in
FOREIGN AND AMERICAN
HARDWARE & CARRIAGE MATERIAL,
Also agents sale of Fairbanks' Scales,
Leather rubber Belting, Mill Stones, Bolting
Oloths, Circular, Saws, &c.
Ni. 4. Iron Front, Sycamore St.,
J. E. VENABLE S CO.,
COMMISSION MER CHAN 1 S,
Solicit consignments of
Tobacco, Wheat, Rye,
Corn, Flour, Cotton,
Provisions aud Coneral
No. 3 IEON PEONT BUILDING
.ICS. E. VENABLE. )
T. 1. WILLIAMSON, Petersburg, Va.
H. M. WILLIAMSON, j
Correspondence solicited and promptly an
swered. May 1,
1 w zr.
STOVE AND TIN
3d day of Au-
Tho fullowiug copy of a letter, writ,
teu to a geutlcmau at Joncsborough,
'JYtiu , has becu liudly furnitdicd us lor
EJjE.VI'ON, li. C , )
April 'JO, 1MI8. )
liiAft Sir: Yours of tho 3d ol
March cuiuo to hand too l.iio tor any
information, so far us planting out this
t-priiig. 1 commenced ll.e liiisiiics.
grupc) niuo years ago, without know
ing utiythiug about it, or uuy ono to
I'Ui io mo, aud as a natural coiieeueuee
J got a very largo number ol' woi titles
vines, aud bad uo Way of finding it out
until they cuiuo into hearing, uiol ihcti
t'otind them wi i'iiilc's.-, mi l I. i i to cut
them down to about leu good oiu .
1 havo a favorite kind ol mpe, of the
family of tho Scvj'jM-rtwy, called tho
Mifh. It is a fiuo gi ipo iu every ic.
bpccl, It luuLcs a huo wiuo without
uuy additiou of fjiiritt or und is
one of tho liiicM. tabic grapes 1 havo
ever scuu. 'i'hey grow, like tho Seup
pernog, ou uu artor, and need uo pruu
lug. At live years old they will oover
u space tcu feet tijuare, aud give three
g allons of wiuo. At tou yvais old they
will cover uiuu tijuarcs, aud give you
.twenty -M Veu gullous of wiuc, und eo ou
It is of importaucf, iu making eider,
that tlio mill, the press, ami ull the
materials be nwcet nnd than, nnd the
straw clear lrom must. Jo make good
cider, tho fruit must bo ripe, (hut uot
rotten) and, when tlio apples arc ground
if the juice is left iu (ho puniuiuce for
twenty -four hours, tlio cider will be
richer, softer and higher colored : if tin
fruit is ull of tho miiiio kind, it is ecu
crally .thought that the cider will be
better, uh the fi rmentatiou will cerlaiuly
bo more regular, which isot importance,
The gathering and grinding the apples,
and pressing out tho juice, is a mere
iiiauut labor performed with very little
-k i 1 1 in the operator; but hero the
great work of making good cider com
mences. It ibejuicooi ine truit is loll
to itself, it undergoes ihreo distinct fer
mentations, ull ot which ctiango tho
quality of (his fluid. The first is the
Vinous; tliu second tho Acid, which
miiji'js. i,t-hrd.nuJ, prepMn s it fr
tar by tho third it becomes putrid,
Tho first fermeiilatiou is the only ono
tho juice of apples i-hould undergo to
muko goud ci'lor. It is the opciaiiou
that tcparutc tho filth front tho juice,
and leaves it a clca, sweet, vinous
!ium. To pieh. iVe it iu thla state, in
tho grand cei-ret; thih is douo by fumi
gating it tthb sul'hur, which uhcelts
any further ful incuUtiou, and preserves
it iu its fine vinous state.
'It is t) be wished that all cider
makers would tuako a trial of this
method ; it is attend, d with no expense,
uud but little trouble, and vtill havo the
desired cilo.'t. I would recomuicud that
the juice, us it comes from tho pivss, bo
placed iu open-headed e:ks or Vats; iu
this po,-iiinii it is most, likely to undergo
a proper In mentation, and tho person
n'tcuuing may, wilh leal correctness,
SKirtuili whiutho hitt feimeutatiou
ceases ; this Is of gieat imp tftanee, ami
niusi bo partieul..f!y atteuded lu. Tho
feiuientatioii is ttllciniej with a hii.iug
muse, blubbeis tiring to the surface and
(hero Lumuig a sou hpoiigy crust over
the liijuur. W'heu this ciur.1 begins to
crack, uud a white troth appears m the
cracks, level with tho surface of (he
head, the fermentatiou is about btoppiui.
At this liuiu tho lejuor is iu tho liue,
genuine clear slato, ni d must bo drawu
oil immediately iuto cleau casks, aud
this is the tiuio to fumigate it with sub
A O SALE NO CHARGE!
This concern has sold more land aud at
tracted more emigration lulu Viiiriuia than
all the other laud ajiciicies. It has nuw au-
plications from huudreds of persons from
abroad, whoUesire to purchase Real Estate.
To convince you that wo aro a live eon.
corn, ask Dr. J. M. Ilollinun, lately of Wash
ington county, I'eiin., but now jruprictor
of a line landed esiiito near lirisiol. The
rcpntatiou of the Piedmont Land Agency has
been so thoroughly established that we deem
it unnccesMiry to say uiiyluing moro ut
E. C. RANDOLPH & Co.,
. Real Estate JJrnl ers,
Central Olliee LMiehbuig, Va,
A Fifn, in Sullivnn county, Tennessee, on
Heaver Creek, six miles from ltrislul, lour
linles lrom I nion I'epot, coulaiiiiuj; 'J,"iO
acres, or more, l.'SO acres cleared, bo acres
rich bottom, balance well timbered ; build
ings comfortable, with stables uud necessary
out-houses ; a (loud mill-site. Price SL
pee ncro ; one-tlilrd 111 cash, balance in one
ind two years, with iutci est.
A Tract, of Woudl.in I, situated in Wash
ingtoii county, Va., p even miles from Hris
tol, six miles from Abingdon, and four miles
I10111 Va. it Teiiu. Railroad, ooutains fi.OO
acres iu original )iriwth, tiood locution
Cm- a tannery ; food neighborhood. Price,
$l.!(lu dollars : oue-thiid e.li, balance iu
one und two years,
Fivo eligible IICILIUNC, LOTS In Good
son, on Virginia side of liristol. Price I 3
to l.'id dolhti-a : one-half ciuh. Sulauce iu
May 'J'.!, lbtiStf.
E. li. McCLAXAIlAN .
HOUSE and LOT in Hi i.-tol, 0110 an. a
half stories liifjli, three (rooms. Price 40(1
dollars, one-thud cabh, balance ie'.lirie and
May r.t, istiHif. E. H. Mi t'LANAIIAN.
No. A Farm in Sullitan couuty,
Trim., immediately ou the Iloirtja River,
opposite Union Deoot inn! bouii.k'.l uu (ho
wt-t by the E. T. A; Va. Railroad, nine miles
from Liiatol, coulamiiiK -Ji8 acres. A por.
tiou uf it is cleared wsll watereil, with fine
water power, a good youiifr oivkard and au
uhuudaiico of timber. Price (fH.IMMi.
No. 6?1. V Farm iu Sullivin county,
Tennessee, 15 miles we.-t d' Klisl.il, on tho
Stiii Read to Kuoxville, ei(lit miles from
111 nutville sod the sume froni Kuig-pori,
eoiiiaiuiii;; -Ho acres. 111) cie-ntvd uud lu
colligation; balance well tiiubertp. Improve
meiils, 1 laree .1 welling, with lirn, stables,
&e. line other.lelliii, with Kt ire-house,
-t.ih'e .to. Place well watered convenient
toChiiiehes, school hoilM'S. lulls and shop,
Pi ic':I.0OO $ 2,(loll ch, I July '..
WANTED - AONTST
J'i:u iuoiuii f n'I lite
Ol If) TIO4l, IM.IIM.Y
Si:V lU U4 IIIMl. II is Machine
is e.ual to the olamlaid inaJ.ini i in every
respect, and is sold at th U f price of Ji JO,
AJ hens Matioual Swiu3 jaehino Co.,
riRC.lNIA : At Rules he' 1 in the Clerk's
oliico of the Circuit Court of Tazewell
county, en Monday the Jd da of Au
David H. Perry, complainant,
James r. Harnett's Bilmr. Si
heirs, defendants. I
The object of this suit is to subject the
real estate of which James P. ltarnett, died
seize! iu the couuty of Tazewell, to the pay
ment of a debt duo from his estate to the
comidainact : And it appeariug from an af
fidavit tiled iu the cause, that defendants
William T. Lambert and Mary his wife, and
John II. Harnett are not residents of this
Slutl', it is ordered that they appear hero
witbiu 0110 month from the duo publication
hereof, and do what is neccsjury to protect
their interests iu this suit.
A copy Teste.
Au H-4w P. R. SPRACIIER, Clerk.
riKC.lNIA : At Rules held in the Clerk's
office of the Circuit Court of Tazewell
county, on Monday the Jd duy of Au
Joseph Harrison, complt, "
against ( In Chancery.
William P. .Moores' widow &
others, defendants. j
Tlio ol.ject of this unit is to obtain title to
a tract ol laud, lying in the county of Tnxo
well, sold by William 8. Moore, in his life
time, to Juhu C. Ilarrisson, in his lile-timo.
And it appearing, by an atlidavit filed iu tho
cause, thut defendants Polly Moore, widow,
and James D' jiooio, William .Moore, John
MooiO. (Jcjrt!0 .Moore. Sarah , Taylor, IK
vid Muuro luto .Harati A Moore & others whos
uames are unkuowu, heirs, at law, ot the
t-ai.l William H. Moore dooease.l, are not res
idents of the Stato of Virginia, it is ordered
thut they uppetr hero within one mouth af
ter the duo pubUcatiou hereof, an I do what
is necessary to protect their interests iu
this suit. A copy Teste.
Au H-lw P. R. SPRACIIER, C'erk.
XOAU U'ALKEK C O.,
AMI liF.ALEns IX
GENTS' FCRNISHING GOODS,
No. . Syeumore Street,
July 21, lSOS-tlra
A!. 15. IIUCKE.R & CO
.o. lTXaiu St., Lyncbbiirg, Ta
C10NTINUE to give their personal at
t tention to the selling or buying of Leaf
Tobacco, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Rye. nnd all
other Produce, aud uiako prompt returns
May 1, 5m
No. 6 Old St., Opposite Syainore,
attend to the sale of Produrc and
Merchandise, of ever description, scut
to their care, nnd will also purchase any
Uoo.is not in tlieir Hue.
Liberal Cash advances on Consignments iu
J. A. MARKS, V. II. LITTLEJOIIN,
Late of Auderson, Lato of Franklin
Marks A: Co. Co., N. C.
Apr 21 Gin
RAINE h JACKSONS,
WHOLES A L E GROG E R S
COMMISSION M E R G II A NTS,
No. 10 Old Street,
I'ctt-rSbiirg, .... a.
Solicit consignment of Flour, Grain, Pro
visions and Country Produce generally, and
make Cash advances thereon.
Prices current forwarded regularly to cor-
respondents. Refer to Merchants and Ranks
of Va. apr .'l t,m
GROCERS AND COMMISSION
and Wbolcalo Iealers in
DRY GOODS. NOTIONS,
ios. IU & BU Sycamore Stieet,
0('LICIl' consignments of Cotton, Tohae-
IO co, Wheat, Com, Oats. Bacon, Lard,
Butter, Flat tieed, Clover Seed, Fruit, and
other Country Prtiduets, and orders for
goods iu aiiy branch uf our business.
JAMES & CO.
may I, fin
Ut If .4 1 . I-.rnclnirfr. Va.
WHOLES ALE AND RETAIL
, STOVES, RANGES, HEATERS,
HOLLOW AND TIN-WARE.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
TIN-PLATE, St.'EETlhON, ZINC, AVI RE,
And all Goods for Tinner's use.
T IOUSE-R00FIN0, Guttering and II-
XX pairing, lu City or Country, done of
the bett materials, aud on reasonable terms,
Send for Circular.
npr 24 ly
Arthur Emory. J John R. Egerton.
ARTHUR EMORY & CO.,
Importers aud Dealers in
ENGLISH, GERMAN AND AMERICAN
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &C, ,
317 West LKltimore Street.
I GEO.II;IiURCH. CORBIN WILKES.
Lute, of llurchtf Mrlrtr. Ilrtlfnrd Co., I'd.
UUR'JII Ai WILKES,
! Grocers & Commission Merchants.
M. MOORE. C. J. JONES. W. A. Jltl.LKR-
MOORE, JONES & MILLER,
AGENTS FOR M.MOORE'S
KILLIKINICK ' AND GARIBALDI
DEALERS IN '
Guanoea, Bono Dust. Limo, Plaster anil
No. 1 IT niAl at '
I V C 11 IU UOi VAt
QT."JCT, ,,',llt,0 KW" the (ale of
lla! tuuAt'CU, and all ,ithei
or t.oumry I'rouuee.
apr 2i ly
No. 70 ITlalu Mrvrt,
(John Holliiis' old Stundj
Keep constantly on hand a Genenal atulJ
i eu-Kt'ioeifu riioi-n 01
GROCERIES. STAPLE DRY G300S,
Iron, Ninlr", Wooden and ( rockery
Ware, &c, &c., &c.
Will give personal attention to the eale 01 J
Merchandise, Tobacco, Whoat, Flour,
Corn, laccn, Lard, Butter, Wool,
Wax, I'ruit, &c &o.
March 211, lMiS-Iy a. r. b.
dTbTpAVKE, J. F. PAYNE,
T" B. PAYXE k BROTHER,
91 MAIN ST., LYNCHBUEG, VA.,
BOOKSELLERS AXD STATIONERS,
AM) 11EALK1M I.N
And all articles kept in a
FI118T.CLASS 1JOOK8TOK 13,
WE feel confident iu Kiyiiij; that wo can
cell oo as cood term an any house
in the South. All school hooks furnished as
low an any other hou-e.
npr 24 Hm
Snn'lll. M. Kiiiuev. Wm. II. Hall.
Latent" McKinnm k Cn I.iinrl,lnir;i, Ya.
Walter M. !t"id, .W.on co , Va.
McKINNEY. HALL k BOYD,
"1KOCERS AND COMMISSION'
ISnnU Nqunrc, lio. 1 12
!.- in t l.viw li!iii-tr. V:i,
Will attend nroiuptly to all orders and
May 1. It
1 9. W. TOCNUEll. f. 1'. JollNHON. J. T. HM1TII.
Younger & Co.,
Prp.np.ra r.r.inriissinii V
THE WASHINGTON HOUSE
BEING thoownerof tl.ii alahle pnttef.
ty, I have taken chnrjto of it on nij o,
account, with a determination of makiiii it
a F1KST CLASS IIOTlil lu all of it de
partuuents, having bad it thoroughly retitted
and furnihed to an to aeeoiumodnte hntU
ladies ami gentlemen with all couvenituec
The table will be kcrt well anot.lied at !!
meah with the best that the MAKKET will
AH'UHU, while the hat will he furnished
wilh tlia purest of LItJCOKS, UlNES, &e.,
and neither burpamtod hyany in VirgirU.
The iiertiees of Mr. M. P.' Bledsoe have
been secured to take charcc as principal man
ager, assisted by Mrs. M.J. Uihhs, both of
them highly capable of Conducting the huni
ness of hotel keciug, and boinn will lnoaii
as eucii, 1 can with couhdenceassuro the puh
lie that in patronizing the house, they i.)
have no came to complain.
1 he omnibus will attend tho Depots reg
ularly to take passengers up to the koue
aud return them to the depots free of vhargti.
Heme centrally located, couTenluut to the
principal business of the place, with the
rosn.uice in me nuuoiug and with fmt
cIuh.h aocoui'aodations at reduced ratef. I
eontiJcntly expect a fair share of patronage
trom my nieuus ana the public.
T. C. S. FERGUSON.
Lrscnntan, Va., Fob. t, 1808.
VICTOR &; AMBLER.
Wholesale and llctail
BOOKSKLLElta & STATIONERS
153 Jaiu Street,
Shoul and Collnje Tc.it 1 tookt,
Miiccllantoiif. Standout), Laifr, ...
and Medical Literature.
STAT10NEIIV ECU SJIIOOL AND
BLAKK HOOKS, MEMORANDUMS,
Writing and Wrapping Papers, Wall pa
pers, Window Shades-Cornice, &o., togoth
or with all goods usually kept in a first
Any book wanted, no matter where, or by
whom published, supplied at PUBLISHERS
PRICES. Liberal discouuts mado to teach
ers, , tThe trade supplied at Northern Wholesalo
and Manufacturers prices,
Ortiers From Country Merchant
Apr L'4 ly
LfuClitei Ma fork
I hate ou kasd
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN
To suit the circumstances of all
S5f Call or Address,
J. IS. V ADD ESS,
Orders by Mail atteuded to wj
Cj- TERMS, CASH.-UL
apr 24 ly
XVlttVLK. All VEUTlSEMltoi'lS
And Coneral Commission Mct hauta,
11) & 18 Rowland's Wharfl
Nor Ilk, Vu.
I lff BliLS. Family, Extra aud Su-
l.UUu pertine Flour,
ou Illl'm rir miu iiiiiu .-riivirs,
Jnl) llbls all grades refined SoArs,
0I1D Ibifia Lio, Ln;;uyra and Ja CtUce,
Kill I'.bls and TiiuRca M'dassoi
5IM) Ithls aud Half libls Ilerriris,
101) do do do Mack-!,
'!,0od Sacks Liverpool Fine and S A Salt)
i,im riniall Haps InMe Salt, I
JIM) iKmea raintel rails and Tibs,
t',0)0 Ui shela Turks Inland Snl
M Tons No. 1 leruvmn bunt.
60O limes Soap, cTitVerciit qiiitics,
liny do- Adamaiitine Can.fls,
Starch, Grain and (ironnd f.iceB, Mm.
tard, Vinegar, Paper, Papcrjtud Hemp
Twine, Uhirking. Ink, and ua.p other arti-.
j cles in large stock at towea rati.
Particular attention given loaders, which
when accompauied with ca.-lor vatisfac-
tory references, all bo prorajtly filled at
lowest niarkot rates.
Special personal attention (ball consign
ments of Produce, Hour, Dr J Fruit, aud
wilh ronipt returns. I aprI bin
"JUC.ISI A : At Rules held in the Clerk's
oftiiio of the Circuit Court of Taiewell
county, on Muuduy tho il.l day of Au
Samuul M Rosenhaum and Michael Lot
euhauiu. merehiints aud partners iu trade
under 111 lirm and style of
S. M. k M. Uoseubauui, com-')
against Iu Chauccry
Henry T. Peery and others
Tho object of this suit is to recover from
tho defendants ll' Ury T. Peery and F. !'
StM.tts, a debt due ruinii'iiiioils, and to
subject auy fuu Is of defcudaut Peery iti the
bauds ol defendant J.iuathau Smith, to the
payment of the me. And it appearing
from au alhdavit tiled in the cause that, the
defendant, lieury T. Peery is uut a re-ddent
of lliii Muto, it is ordeie. 1 .that lie apprar
here within one muiilh after due puhlieation
hero I', ai.d do what is uivc.-t.ary to protect
his interest iu this suit.
A Copy Teste.
Aux 1 1-lw P. 11. SPUACUEU, Clerk.
OLD FL'RMTUPE repaired llh ;eat
nes and di.-pateh. Merehanlahle PKl).
Dl'CE taken iu echauge f..r work at cash
rate?. U. C. CALLAWAY.
Au3 I t-y
1. V Willi UUU AD VEUTISEMESTS.
JyJ'EW GRAIN BAGS FOB KENT.
15,000 Orain Dags to Rent to our patrons
who wish to consign us their grain, oa tlie
following terms only:
Rout of llags for 13 Jays or less time, 3
Kent of I!as for over j days ami less than
20, & ceuts,
Ileal of Hags kept over 20 days per day,
These terms will be Hrlctly adhered to
from aid after tho l "th of .lone, IHC8.
Our charges on Wheat, lty and Corn,
unless ordered to be put in Store. 2 1-2
per ecul commission. No ilrayajre or lubor
LEE k TAYLOR,
Grocer & Commission Merchants,
Nos. 1) and i: liri'l.tfe St..
July LYNCH liUKfi. VA.
l'iiii aiieiiiHiii 10 inr
season, Our commis.ion is "J per ceut. on
the same, and prompt returns in ail cases.
liefer to the Lynchburg Merchant and
liuukers, itid to our country friends,
YO'.'StiKll A; ('.,
Ill Miu ft., Lviidibur, Va.
A 7E will tive !'
Y nlo ef wlllifVT and FLOUR
Speiinl attention given to Sales or
Also Agents for the Hale of '
LYNCIiriURO MANUFACT'D TOBACCOS,
And sell for all the Manufaeturera here.
No. Ill MAIN SHEET,
rrt. P.e'er to Lvnrhburg Ilur.ktrs, 51-r-
chauts and Tobacconists generally.
April 17 ly 0
LEE & TAYLOR,
11n1.11.At a sun at.T.dt.
C. ROCK 1LS A N I) C OM MISSION
HLW IBOI BUILDING,
No. 11 Pill Mi E ITU LET,
I.mk I burb'. Tli zl nh.
Will civc panieJitr nttentiwn to thu sale
of all t onigrinienrs, sucn lis
LEAF AND MAf.UFACT'D TOBACCO,
t'i", I'urk, r'inur, I'tinii, Juitfrr,
J.nrtf, C.ra, Oats, R;t, Li'nurf,
and UoUHltj Vruduer gmirulnj.
Ken. coiistantlf on hand aud extensive
IMfniri'D A llOMI'STIC
LIQUORS. WINIS, EECARS, LO,
Partieular attention rm 1 to the sale or
Lenf, Manufarlured, Smoking and Chewing
Sole agent in this market f .r tho sale of
Gibson's, Licki v's. Lindsey.s, White s, and
i ireliaugli s
PURE ROCKBRIDGE RYE WHISKIES.
Alsool BL'enli In this market f .r the
solo of Diiponi's I; ilk', Lhi.-tiug, Mining
n 11. 1 other stylo of Puwders
trj." Literal Cuh a.Uituees made OU coll
sigi.i.n'Uts in Imml wbm i!i: irc.l
Ajr:l 17, li-r.S, ly
W. H. MORRIS biSONS,
& COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
For the sale ' uf Hotter I if tse, Flour.
Grain' Lard, ltaion, Ileati peas, Dried
Fruits, Motion, Tobacco, cino, Peanuts,
c,, &e. I
No. 14 Roanoke square, Jjrfolk, Va.
Hill make advances on Oennioniuent of
Country Produir, audrenCer all sales
.May 1, nrn ,
Borfoft Stove House,
Cherry & Ilapp,
(Late W. D Eoherts Jr. & Co..)
Manufacturers Wholesale and Itelui)
Cookintr aai Heatta SIoybs,
flVN. Copper, aul Sheet (run Ware, Hjusc
1 Ullllalllllg oods,
I: v 1, (,111
ana liroker in
MiftESUtatS VXD CLK.VNERS.
WE havo just focvived a new lot of (1.
Wrstiiigbousv k Jo '. celelirnted Thresher
and Cleaners, wi 1 tripplc gear home ii.,H'.
eis, and havo tlem 1 y readvfor tali..
fbe.se maehiue ire Vie II st uiuso und em
brace all the ue,inipr.y tittents aru elernut
iu appeuraiicv, in lut ae lnoet reasonable
prices. CulUti. 'tlii
J'.r'fl v GIUIJONEY.
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