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FRIDAY September 4, 1868.
VIRGINIA tt TENNESSEE RAILROAD.
, Mull train loaves Bristol, T.2S P. M.
Freight train leaves Bristol 7.3') A. M.
Mail train from I.ynchb'g arrivHs7.05 A.M;
Freight train arrives at 6 P. M.
' Tenu., timo 80 m. slower than V.
EAST TENN. h VA. RAILROAD.
Mall train loaves for Knoxvitlo T.10 A.M.
Mall train arrive Bristol 6.40 P. M.
Freight loaves for Knnxvilln 4.10 A. M.
Freight arrives from Kuoxville 8.30 P. M.
.J'eachrs. Mayor Hohr will accept
the thanks of . the editors for somo of
finest pcaclies wo have seen this season.
Baptitt , Association. The Lebanon
District Baptist Association will convene
t lictbel cuurcu, llussoll county, Va.,
Thursday b-jforo tbo 3rd Sabbath in
Mrs. Chanccaulme's Scltool.Vie aro
requested to state that thin school will
open in the Kpiscopal church, corner of
Moore and Cumberland streets, on Mon
Ultcsapeakc Ohio Railroad. Tu3
county of Augusta has defeated tho
proposition to subscribe 8500.000 to the
Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad, while the
oounty of Monroe, West Virginia, Bub
' scribes 8200,000.
Man Killed. Iho northern bound
freight train, on tho Orango & Alex
andria lUilroad, rau over and killed a
man earned Robert Diggs, when near
Arrington Depot, in Nelson county, a
lew nigbts since.
Ball at the Yellow Sulphur Springs.
The coramittco of invitation will ac
cept our tbauks for tickets to the Tour.
nainent Hull to come off on tho 9th. We
notice on tho ticket the names of Gens.
Preston, Mahono, Terry and Walkor,
and Colonels Withers, Hughes, Trigg
Mule Suffrage Ths Union Rtgi.ite
, says that Monroe, the llndical candidate
. for States Attorney in Monroo county.
West Virginia, recently advocated ucgro
i nnd even mule suffrage, if necessary, in
( speech in Raleigh county.
, Yanks on the Move. The squad of
lankecs rfeuutly stationed in Seott
county passed through this place, tn
route to Marion, on Tuesday last.
. The Eight-Legged Pig. Mr. A. T.
Hunt will accept our tbauks for a pho
tograph of the eight-legged pig.
Consolidation. We understand the
meeting of committees appointed by tbo
stockholders of the several railroads
between this point and Norfolk, met at
the Yellow Sulphur Springs on tho 24th.
At thc:r lust meeting, after tiuasacting
tho business before them, adjourned to
Meet in Lynchburg at the next meeting
of the stockholders, when their report
will be made public.
Union Register.- We welcome to our
exebango list the Union Register, of
31onroe county, West Virginia. It is
edited with spirit and ability by our
friends, Messrs. Hurko & MeCrecry, and
has the good sense to put up an interest
ing oca I col utnu, a thing beyond the p'
preciation of too many of the journalists
of the couutry. We bid them God
speed in their good work of placing in
the pillory of publio scorn the I
vermin who have made- that fair country
almost loathsome to good men. Fire into
them, friends ; they wore hatched in a
Lot Radical sun, and a November frost
will drive thorn into their holes and
caverns, to remain longer than tho
seventeen year locusts.
Another Richmond in the Field.
We arc clad to see from tbo Union
Register that our frieuil, Frank Here
ford, that uoblcman of nature, has tuken
upon himself the idtsomo duty of stump
ing into the dust tho leprous carcass of
Radicalism - iu West Virginia. Frank
never doe things by halves, and before
he " wlls off" the summer air of Mon
roo end Greenbrier will smell sweetly
to gouiicmun as oi yoro. it lie were
engaged in a cause less dear to tho noblo
wen of tho noblest raeo of the earth,
we would predict success for him j but
in a cause in which not ouly oil honest
mon, but Jehovah himself seems to
have interfered, ho cannot fail. Go on,
Hereford, in your good work, and when
done, justice, conscience and Heaven
Will call you bif.lhr.
caucaiwuui. in our lust issue, wo
wore compelled to omit tho publication
of tlio proceedings of two lotercstmsr
meetings iu behalf of the Bristol jlligh
Schuol, held iu the Prcsbyteriuu church
We are again compelled to- omit the
proceedings 'of the third meeting, held
on Monday evening lust at the same
iilaee. W u regret it, iiut they were
crowded out by ail article on tho High
School lust week, and by a lengthy ud
dress from the committee which appears
We must request our friends to bring
in their work earlier, as we cuuuot stop
when wo ore going to press.
At tho first meeting W. 1). Curler
was culled to tho cliuir, and II. L. Vork
appointed secretary. Sovoral addresses
were delivered aud a committee appoint
ed) wait upon tho citizens and solicit
their aid iu behalf of the school.
At tho second meeting, tho same offi-
oors presiding, a committee was appoint-
I to prcparo an address to the busincfs
men of Bristol and tho surrounding
At tho third meeting the committee
on contributions reported about 875
subscribed. Tho committee appointed
to prepare an address then rundo their
report, which oppcars elsewhere. It
was then resolved that tho meeting
adjourn to mcc,t again on Tuesday, the
8th, at 71 o'clock P. M., nnd that tho
citizens bo requested to bring nothing
to market on that day.
i i T
Loyal Justice. la tho case of Hill
Rogers, charged with threatening to
sboot ono Patetc and others, and using
insulting languuge, which caroo before
His Loyal Judgeship J. 8. Shangle,
formerly a mcthodlst preacher, but now
a blatant Radical, who, falling from
grace, took the test-oath and claims to
be a Justice of the l'eaeo under Drown-
low's rule, the evidence was in effect
that, whilo under the iufluence of
whiskey, some wolds wero exchanged,
when Pate to attempted to strike tho
negro with a brickbat. The negro then
threatened to shoot his brains out. His
Judgeship sat upon on old cooking
stove, (unfortunately without fire iu it,)
and fined Rogers S5 and costs, 812.95
in all, without ovidenco to sustain tho
charge aud in violation of law.
Sec. 4994 Code of Tenncsso provides
that before a party who has been ar
rested on a warraut can be fined by a
magistrate ho must plead guilty to the
Rogers was arrested on a warrant and
did not plead guilty, Sec. 5004 Code of
Tennessee, provides that every Justice of
tho Peace shall give bond in the sum of
8500 for tho faithful payment to tho
County Trustee of all fiues collected
under this law.
We havo very good authority for
saying that Mr. Shanglo has not given
Seo. 5010 Codo of Teuncsaeo makes
it a misdemeanor in office to fail to
comply with tho foregoing. Therefore,
Mr.fihanglc is guilty of a misdemeanor
in office. '.
We would like to ask Mr. Shangle
whatbeeamo jf the 812.95 7 Has he
voucher for it?
Again, we visit to ask Mr. Shangle
what became of the 82.50 fine imposed
on Adam Aydlott? Has he a voucher
It is a notorious fuct that Mr. Shangle
frequently collects fines. We would
now ask ban by what authority he docs
Unless the' County Trustee is a bet-v
ter collector than tho merchants nni
Ministers of Bristol, we fear tho county
revenue suffers. !
His Judgeship sat on the cooking
stove and saw one of tho witnesses
knocked dowu oud beaten by one Henry
Hoover ; ho saw him draw a six-shootm
and break up his court, and positiy-'Iy
refused to protect tho witness on th(
It is not our intention to defend at
insolent negro or heap abuse on Hoover,
but as lovers of law and order, ns law
abiding citizens and journalists, wo de
mand the immediate removal of Mr.
Sec. 5008 Code of Tennessee makes
it tho duty of tho County Trustee to
report to tho Attorney General for tlie
Judicial District any neglect or failure
to comply with the foregoing laws, by
any officer, who shall thereupon proceed,
by motion or otherwise, to punish the
official neglect and sccuro the interests
of tho county.
Wo ak the County Trustee to report
this caso without delay, and take such
steps as will'sccurc the immediate dis
missal of J. S. Shangle.
This is a nice loyal mess. The loyal
whitemcu arrest a loyal negro, tnkc him
beforo a blatant, mangy Radical, who,
without oven the form of law, relieves
him of 812.95.
Nothing short of dismiss.-' will eitisfy
tho law-abiding citizens of this place,
oud tho sooner tho better,
When a negro ofieuds, puuish him as
the law directs, but let not his t'ial bo
made a mockory by thoso who; claim
him as a brother.
A las, poor negroes ! thy Radiotl mas
ters are hard indeed, and but f r thy
Conservative friends wo know no! what
would bo thy doom 1
Public tsprakivtj Major A. H.
Fottibouo and Colonel Thos. II, Reeves,
eleetorul candidates for tho n'rst Cou
pressicnul Ptrict, will addrei-siho peo
ple upon tho issues of tho campaign at
tho following times uud pi acts :
Taylorsville, Saturday, Sept. 12th.
Klizabethtou, Monday, Sept. 1 hh.
Gaiter's Depot, Tuesday, Sept. loth,
lilouutville, Wednesday, Sept. ICth.
Kiugsport, Thursday, Sept. 17th.
Fall Hraueh. Friday, Sept. i8ih.
Sueedville, Wednesday, Sept. 'JUrdJ'
Rutlcde, Thursday, Sept. tth.
Morristown, Friday, Sept. 25th.
Rogersville, Wednesday, Oct. "th.
Kogersvillo Jan., Tbtiraduy, Oct. 8th.
Russollville, Friday, Oct. IKb.
Market, Saturday, Oct. 10th.
Sovierville, Monday, Oct. 1:2th.
Pandride, Tuesday, Out. 1,'iih. ,
Greeceville, Monday, Oct. 10ih.
Gliftou, Thursday, Oct. S'Jud.
l'orrotvilleo Friday, Oct. 'J.'Jrd.
Hay's Furnace, Saturday, Oct. Clih.
Jouesbrr ugh, M,ooduy, Oct. "liih.
GRTIN I.K.O VANCE At the res.MVr.ee
of the bridVs father, on Tuesday the 26th
Inst, or Iter, v. 01. Hassle Miss Surah F
Vance, of Sullivan, to Mr. Wru.W. Gruuleo
of Green Co. i.. Tenn.
GRAY. Mr. John Gray died on Monday
Aug. 31st, 18(16, after a protracted illness of
a month, at his residence in Sullivan coun
ty, at the age of 77 years, 1 month and 29
ro-sraii .'mmnW)ll mug
XE V A 1) VER TI SEMES TH.
T ollice of tho Circuit Court of Tazewell
county, on Monday tho 7th dny of Septem-
her. 1 8.
James Wysor complt.
Rill of Injunction
Thos. N. Perry, Thos.
Perry nnd George 8.
The object nl tins suit is to cniom the do-
fondants, their agents, attorneys and all
others concerned fro.n further proceedings
on a decree of the sa'd court pronounced nt
the May term, 1S()H, in the tian:o of T. N.
I'errv & Co., ncainst Guoriro S. Steel nnd
James Wysor and Meslu tk Steel, adminis
trators of (..eorge htccl, deeersed. until the
furtner order of the said court. And it Ap
pearing from nn affidavit filed in the cause
that the defendants are not residents of
this State, It is ordered tlmt they appear
here within one month from the due publi
cation hereof aud do wlint is necessary to
protect their interests in this euiL
A copy ioto.
QCIIOOL HOOKS & STATIONERY
. D. B. PAYNE & BUOTIIKIi,
91 Main Street, Lynchburg, Va.
Are now receiving their supply of School
Book', Stationery, &c, to meet the wants
of the Fall Seasou ; and would inlorm
Teachers nnd others purchasing School
Books by the wholesale, that they will Bell
tor tbis Season at strictly New York and
Philadelphia Wholesale Trices.
Tbey will retail all Books and Station,
ery as low as they can he had in this mar
ket, nd we believe in any other market.
Call before pnrchsing and tbey will satisfy
am., TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
On hand also : Pianos, Cabinet Organs,
Music, Window Shades, and a full assort
ment of Wall Paper. sopU.lm
To the Merchants of East Tennessee
Northern Goorgia, Western North
Carolina and Virginia :
we' are now orENixa in
Ault's NEW BLOCK of Buildings,
A Large and well selected Stock of
Boots, Shoes, Hats,
CAPS, SHOE FINDINGS,
TRUiNKS AND UMHRHLLA8.
niO which we most respectfully call your
1 atttention. Our Stock has been pur
chased with the Cash from first hands, and
we can and will sell as low or lower than
the same goods can be purchased in New
York- We mean what we say, and only
sk buyers to call and see us to be convin
tbat we assert nothing but what we can do.
x. UAIKEH. WM. M. nCARDES.
! G-AIISTES & CO.
No. Gi Gay St., Knoxville, Tann.
At II. O. Caldwell's Jewelry Establishment
Will bo pleased to serve Hie citizens of
liiistol-lioouson and surrounding country,
on tliort uouco nnd guarantees good his
and lutcst fashions in 1'iints, Vests and
Ucnt's Dress Coats. Will also fuiuis'i put
teas for suits, samples ol which may be
seen by calling on uio.
aueL'ytf ' tt U. SfKATTON.
FULL & WINTER IMPORTATIOKS.
MILLINERY GOODS I
Eibbons, Trimmiiip and Velvet Bibbons
SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS,
FANCY HON N FT MATERIALS,
BLONDS, CKAPL3, NETT3,
French Flowers, Plumes anil OriiainenU,
Bounets, and Ladies' Hats,
Iu Straw, Silk, Velvet and Pelt.
We olfer the largest nnd best assorted
Stock iu tiie United Btntca comprising all
the latest Parisian Aovelties, and uncipjul
':d iu choice variety auu cheapness
.ARMSTRONG, CATOIt & CO.,
237 and 231) Baltimore Street,
Jnsnre a large and early crop by applying
THE ALT A VELA PHOSPHATE.
It is composed of the celebrated guano from
Combined with other valuable fertilizing
material, making a complete manure.
This Company importing tho guano direct
from the ricn depo.iu of birds at Alta Vela
is e ua bird to I ur uihli a I'ertiliA'r that cannot
lie excelled. It permanently enriches the
hull. Trice m pur ton. bend lor a paiu
TIIE ALTA VELA GUANO CO.
67 Broadway, New York,
rjllIE NORFOLK JOURNAL,
THE LARGEST PAPER
IN TIDE-WATER VIRGINIA I
Directs its energies to Intermil Improve
mens, Local aud Suite enterprises, Commer
cial Reports, Marine iNuws, ami Improve
uients iu Farming aud li unletting. It also
contains all the current news and much
misoellaneuus matter, making it one of the
BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPERS OF
1.1 Politics it tuppoits tho constitution
wnltcu by our fathers, is opposed to ladi
ic.ilisiu- and wiil irivo to the Democratic
uuuiiiicos, Seymoiu- and, Biaii it honest
and hearty suppon.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION :
Daily, per annum, in advauco $7 0
Tii-wecUv, " " 1 IW
Weekly, ' " " " 2 Utl
Subscriptions veceivcJ by the month, or
any tiiuu tut' uliicli tiio money is piinl.
AJ Ircts all order to
J. K1GUAKD Lr.WEI.I.r.N,
k. uimix. w. u. wauiss
OON & WILLIAM'S,
G EN ER AL ERC11 AN DISE,
HURSON'S NHW HUILDING,
Have Just purchased a strictly No, 1 stock
of (ioods. ami "II. t tliem to tlieir ineiius ut
greatly reduced figures, for t'ush or good
produce of all kiml-i.
We have secured tho services of our
friend Cel. S.nn'l E, (loodrnu, ns siilesinun
who will ho pleased to see his friends.
Don't wait to scs our bige advertisement
next ck aug-tlif
BRISTOL PRICES CURRENT,
(OBBlCCTKD WEKKI.T BY
"W. W. JAMES.
Apples, dried, per bushel,
'" trepn. " "
; 10Q2 25
Toft 1 no
, 5 00
. S0&2 00
Bacon, hog -round,
linckwheut, per bushel,
Merries, dried black, per pound,
whorlle, per ID.,
1 raso. ner lh.-
Cotton Yarns, tier bunch.
Cherries, dried, per lb.,
t louMwr sack.
lax Linen, per vird.
(ienseiig, por lb..
Hone", per gallon,
Jeans, countrv. tier Yard-.
Nails, tier kec.
Onions, per bushel,
Peaches, nnpealed,per busholr
Potatoes, Irish, per bushel,
sweet, " "
Seeds, llax, per bushel,
lluwuiy, per bushel,
" clover, " "
M erercrccn. ner buMhel.
W. W. JAMES,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Goois, Wares, ana MercMJise,
AND PURCHASER FOR CASH,
AND EXVHAXGK FOR GOODS,
All Kinds of Couutry Produce,
Corner Main and Front Streets,
BRIST0L G00DS0N,VA. & TENN.
WW. JAMES1IAS VOW OS HAND
. and daily receiving nnd offering for
ealc, ut wholeeule and retail, one of the
LARGEST AND MOST VARIED
STOCK UF GOODS
In thus Country, consisting, in part, as
10,000 yds. Brown Domestics, 10 to 20 cts.
1,MJ0 do. Bleached do. 12" 20"
500 do. Bed Ticking, 1!5 " 50 "
BOOdo.Linseysand Flannels, 20 " f)0 '
500 uo. Kentucky Jeans, 2575
200 do. Cassinet e, 60 ' $1.50
10,000 do. Calicoes, 8 " 18J
Drilling, Fine Brown Domestic, Irish Linen,
Plain and l'lnid Muslins, Jaconette,
Cambrics, Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
Hosiery, Belts, Shirts, Shirt
Bosoms, Table Linen aud Oil
C'oths, L.dits Hoop
Skirts, fivini 50 cts.
to SI. 50.
A LAKUK tiTOCK. Ot
Trunks, ItHilrond and
Carpet Bags, Umbrellas,
Saddles, Bridles, Girths, Watches,
Clocks, Glass, Putty, Nails, Paints,
Oils, Indigo, Dye-stufls, Madder, Copperas,
Hemlock Solo Leather,
M,0' M pounds
2,000 pounds Bristol
. U0,0j0 pounds Carter
uud Johnson Co. Bar Iron,
2,Uo(l pnunds Rolled
Iron, of all sizes and kinds,
Two-horse W agon Bo:.es,
Screw Plates, Anvils, Vices,
Bellows, Cast and Blister Steel,
Hoop Iron, Can" Alillls,
And Patent Plows, &c.
2,000 Biirliip 2 B
and 2 llui-hcl Rags, &c., &e.
ALL KINDS OF G00D3
Usually found iu Stores in this Cvunty,
Which he is determined to sell
AT A SMALL ADVANCE FOR CASH,
Or Produce Puid Dowu.
Merchants desiring to rcplcimb. th ir
Stocks nru rospecuully luvitud tj uanuuu
Wheat, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Feathers,
Wool. Beeswax, Dried l'eauhcs and Apples,
(ienscng, Snake Root, Tallow, Butter, Dry
Hides tor which a fair piico will be paid in
Cash aud Goods at cash prices, Wholesale
Bristol Goodson, W. W. JAMES.
Aug. 1 1808.
1IJPPEII BROTIIEUS, '
A. Uvuiistt S. ipoHiccni lc,
(One doer east of the Thomas House,
.SIGX OF TIIE 1E D MORTAR
llavejuft received ami will continue to be
supplied with a toll stock of all articles per
tiiiniug to their lino of business, such us
Paints, Vuruishfa, Bru':oc.
Lamps, (ills, Pi rl'umerv, Toilet
Articles lor the Hair, Tcolli, and Skill,
Brandies and Whiskeys,
Wines of the bet aud finest brand,
F O K M E D I C 1 S A L I V R P OSES
I'ltiMitir r os
And Orders from Country Physicians satis-
Aug. 11 If.
IckT ALL kinds of Job work neatly
executed at tbu office.
OOD "SIMK IS MONEY!
HENRY C. CALDWELL,
WATCHMAKER AN D
llr itot-;Htlnon, I a. i; Temu
epnirs nllkimlsof tine Wnlrlie. with iu-,,1.
ness nnd care Duplex nnd Chronometer
r.scapcmeiits earetully rcjmired anil adjus-
Bit fllk Ifiivlnit..
the nrineionl nittp4 nf tlm ITuitml Khon.'
nm enabled to excrnli wnt-k in trtuul wnvL-.
manlike lunnner, on more favorable terms
than it can be dono for in nny of the large
cities; and I llnttcr myself that my work
for tho last two years has rendered satisfac
tion to all who hnvo extended mo tlieir pat
ronuiro. and is of itself a rpcninnw.TKlntw-in
Thankful for past patronage, I respectfully
uuvjii u iriiiiiinuance oi luc same.
Wit.!, Also Ft'-BNISII
FINE WATCHES AND TIME-PIECES
Of every Description, from tho best estab
lishments, both in Eurnpo nnd America, on
tho shortest notice ; nnd will keep, ns hcre
tofovo, a well selected and assorted Stock
of the best
SPECTACLES, EYE-GLASSES. &C &C.
l ine Itrailiau rcuhlos,
sn oil :iiid Silver 1 rallies.
Cheaper than they can be had in any of the
rosi-ijuis i'..s:ii;siimciitg oi tne isortnei u
Cities. Conio and trv mo.
Aug.l4.tr HKSltY C. CALDWELL.
MRS. CHANCEAULME'S SCHOOL
rnui.s school will open
-L St'ttpiub' T,'lSjS,
And closo Juno IRih, IWi'J. The term will
embrace two Sessions of twenty weeks.
7Vrm.9 iier Sesswm
Orthography, l.';auirg, Wiiting, Primary
Arunnietic ana u.oirrapliy, . (M 50
Arithmetic, E'lglith Grammar. Geoirrnrdiv.
History, First Lessons in English Composi
tion. - - - ' . . . ui.00
Higher English Branches. - . - 12B15
I-atiu and French, each, .... lo.no
Music on riano and Guitar, each. 10.00
Embroidery, - - w . - . - 10.00
Contingent l ee, (50
No deductions made except In cose of
1 blt.MS One-halt payablo in advance.
tho other at close of the session.
Having procured iho aid of competent
assistants, wo are prepared to receive nil
who may wish to putrouizo the school.
Board can be bad ou reasonable terms in
Aug. 14, 18C8.tr.
V LRU INI A & TENNESSEE,
i n mm
iiu 1st, 1BGO.
NEW SERIES ! NEW GOODS ! !
A JJEW STORE BUILDING.
OUR patrons will remember wo Bell for
PAV DOWN ONLY.
Our mottto is ono price for "pay in hand"
only. One Store, One Flue 1 No credit at
WE intend to work up on the principle
nnd no other, and ask our fv'ends to
test our prices. We cnu't be undersold
and the pny down principle sustains "us !
Wo don't p.ofess to hell at cist. Wo are
working for a prolit--by selling our ponds
loj and petting tl 3 pay. Wo can sell
cheaper than any Ciedit House, who makes
his paying customer; loot his bills id' t.nu
rrcdit't. We invite all Inlying for Cadi or
Produce to examine fur themselves.
Our stock is made up of nil goods kept
in a mixed, mercantile hoMiics, to wit;
A NEW and beanti.ul assortment of
.i.V Lawns, Cambrics, Juekonetis aud
Mouslius; Grenadines, Deljines, Dcba
ges Alpacas, Puplins, etc., etc.
100 pieces new styles Prints,
v from 10 to 18 for best.
3-4, 7-8, 4-U, u-4, nnd 10 4
Brown and Bleached Cuttsus .rom
12J to tho very b Paper Cntubrics,
Brown, Black, ami all colored ('ambries,
Check Muslins, Jaekouetts. Wiggins,
Book, Mull ami Swi?s Muslins,
Cotton Plaids and Diapers.
A FULL LINE OF NOTIONS,
DRESS BUTTON'S cf- TK1MM1NGS,
LACES AND FRILLINGS,
NOTCHED AND I'LAIN HRA1DS,
(MILS AND CHIGNONS,
ClOATES" Stnfl'ord'a, Green & Daniel's,
' Clark's, and nil standard Brands of
Spool Thread and nil colors ; French and
English Coisi tls,
Misses' niel Ladies' in all colors,
HATS &; CAPS,
LADIES' HATS Ar.'D TRISJMINGS,
GLOVES, IN ALL STYLES,
FOR MEN AND BOYS,
Boots and Shoes,
Of nil stvlesand best quality,
NO 1'A I'Ell SHOES SOLD HERE !
Drugs, Oils, Paints, D.Ne-stull's, Groceries,
None but genuine articles kept,
SHOVELS. Sl'ADES, AXES, BIURETS,
FORKS, NAILS, CASTINGS,
R ROO MS, LAM I'd,
Tauner's and Kerosena Oil,
CALL and Look before you buy ; and re
member we sell your servant or child
as low as if ymi were present. We intilo
thi.se buying fur uioucy togivo us a cull.
WAM'EDt Flour, Wheat, (kats, Corn,
l'.uoii, i.ai'J, l.ultci-j hj.'s, Chickens, He.,
for wliioL ve give the ruling market pricj,
AT DUNN'S "RED FLAG." .
CP REMEMBER WE HAVE'. THE
SAME OLD RED FLAG)
JL'RNITURE ! FURNITURE ! I
The undersigned having permanently lo
cated iu Bristol, for tho purpose of rarvy
ing on tl.o C A 111 NET MAKING BUSINESS
iu all its branches, begs leave to announce
to the citizens of lli ii-tol-tiooil-.jii and vicini
ty, that ho is now prepared to liuni-li in
order any article iu his lino, upon the most
rcaMinulilo terms such as
W ASUS PAN D.S, SOFAS,
CllAII.S, KC, iiO.
All persons wishing any of the ahovo ur-ticb-s
will find it to tlieii interest to cull and
see h i in bnforv puieha-ing elsewhere.
lie also holds himself ready toMlleml In
thedu'.ivof an I'lltlci'lakcr. t.'UFEIN.S
furnished to order at tliu shorten' notice,
OLD FURNITURE npaired with neat
ne ana dispatch. McichanliiM PRli
Dl'C taken iu exchange for work nt cash
rales. G. C. CALLAWAY.
Aug 11 y
J. R.ft NDERSOS S CO S COLUMN.
Sign of tbe""RED FLAG,"
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
JOS. I ANDERSON & CO S.
I" ATEST Styles nf Ladies' Fashionable
U Dress Goods, just received finm New
Y'ork. Paris Allieiennes, Silk Tissues,
Swiss I.enoe", Clinllies, . , .
.MozamhhpM'S, Plaids, . ,
Print", 0(1 pieces Calicoes. A buy lot of
Jackonet and Sir;ss '
i Eilii;incs, Fancy -
Ribbons, Ladiei' -llnmtkerohiefs.
Skirt Rutlles, Cuffs, Colli" s, Silk Laces,
Frosted Illusion, Cevsettc,
JEWELRY! JEWELRY 11
Gold Ear Bobs, in setts,
Silver l'lu'c I Fork",
Tea &, Salt Spoons,
MENS' AND ROVS' ("LOTH ING.
Cloth Dri'ss Coats, .
Cloth Vests, ' '
Coets and Pants,
ELANNEL AND GAUZE SH1RT8,
" " ju.vei:s
m hats :
Caps, Boots & Slices,
Of all grades nnd qualities.
A TEDICINI'S, Oilf, Paints, Dye-stiitl's,
1L Kerosene Oil nnd Lnmps, Cliimnevs,
Wicks, Plates Cup" and Saucers, TuniMois,
Tureens Dishes China Sells, Mirrors Limp
School Books : Sterling's, Goodrich's, nnd
Met luft'y's Series, Latin Books Arithmetics
Grammars Dictionaries Histories Paper
Pe is Ink Slutcs Relitious Works, 6 Do.eu
New Edition of Fowler's Arithmetic for the
rpilE largest Stock of Hardware in the
L Market, Carpenters' Tools Picks Axes
Shovels Steel Augurs Chisels Socks Hinges
Sadler's Tools Shoe Fiii'linj.'s Lasts Uames
Chains Collars Bridles Saddles Mill and Cut
Saws Anvils Pump Chains Wheels Boxes
OA AfV'l 1!AR ftI"1 T;ro II"0"' 2V',I0
vV.UUlJ nSMirted Castings, Hay rake",
(Irani Drills, The Famous Watt Plow, Mill
Irons, Circular Saws and Mandrels, Oid
Anchor Bolting Cloths to order.
TEAS, SPICES, PEPPER, SODA,
HARNESS, UPPER SOLE & LEATHER,
Machine Oil, Gum Belting",
IrUtUlT Cans, Improved Preserving Fluid,
J Paper Hangings and Screens.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
APPLES, tilled per bu.
1IACHN hnir round,
BEANS, white, , .
BUCKW HEAT, per bushel,
BERRIES, dried, black, per IK
do " wl ortle,
do " P. .sp, "
I'll 11 'KENS.
COT'l OX YARNS, perb'cl, .
CHERRIES, dried, pr lb
FLOUR, per tack,
FLAX LINEN, per yard,
HONEY, pr. gal.
JEANS, country, per yard,
do solo '
ONIONS, per bus.
PEACHES, uupealed, per bit,
do peabid, per bu,
SEEDS, tlax, per bushel,
do tinrnthy, per bushel,
. 1 W
I K. ANDERSON WILL SELL AT
tj t WHOLESALE:
100 Bags Prime Rio Coffee, '2o Ebls Sn-rar,
100 KEGS NAILS,
Jul) ' PIECES PRINTS,
50 Pieces BleacM SMrfiuR
1 A DOZEN IIoop-klrtB, Paper (Vllnrs,
J.V Buttons Tin ea I Braids GIuvum Spellers
M CASES BOOTS AND SHOES,
10 BIII.S. MOLASSES.
WILL pay cash for Wheat, Oats on I Rye
at il.irael value, ('all at
JOS. R. ANDERSON k GO'S.,
aug 1 1, tf
e, leas, Molasses, Mil' k.rel,
nniiilon l'ure Apple Vinrgnr
and Old lloininioii Nails at
W. l. JIINOR & CD'S.
Aujj. VKl Mtkels Ibjuju Coinr
Tin: jtnisroL m:u.s
Will, UK INMITKI)
EVER V FRIDAY MORNING,
In enlarged s'ie, upon beantlful whllo
pnjier, and furnished to
SubscrilHirs at . . $1.50 per annur.i.
For Six Months, . ------ tl.fi1.
Presideniiil Campaign, . - - - 50
The Issues no presented to the people
of Virginia nnd Tennessee are the most
iitomoutoy known In thoiislory of the
nbilerace. Tho ale uivil liberty or civil
death, thopt esri ration and protection of the
Anglo Suxon blood, or Us admixture with
that of a ritco unknown to civilisation, ex.
cept'iiodor the fostering care of toe white
race. Tho "NEWS" will present these
issues (iih oiIii-m that aro Important) to
Rs roiolurs, la ho inestionublo shape. Its
cirruliitiiKi is now already enlarged, ami
will bu rapidly Increased,
'or fifeA. fn '4ifiiw; i( W'tUll AirniVu
To clubs of ten, or more, at . 2 0
Oiherwise, J R
INVAKIAH1.Y TS AI.VAM'K. ' '
ADVERTISING AMD JOB WOBX
Will b executed with the Utmost dispatch
and unfitness. Largo additions liave been
made to the material of tho ollice, and the-
Is r. plcto with everything requisite f ir exe
cuting uoikinsiieli manner ss will cum pi re
v.irably with that done In
FIRST CLASS CITY JOB OFITICE3
m i.M x
, Legal lilbljli', ,
' Bills Ladinp,
Iu fact, all wink required by thr. businrss
siid professional men of this city and ur
Wo have just proem ed a large amount of
new type, of smaller s'z-j thau that Uur
tolbre used, so as to give
AN U.Vrsl'AI, A Mo IT NT of BKADIXO MATTKItfc
Alio, thut indispuusiblu adjunct to a uoiu
picte ollice, a new
Wusliinytoii- VrinUiitj Press,
Perhaps the laigohl and linest of the kind
bclweeii Lyucbbuig aud Knoxvillo, Thoso
additions have oost us a large amount of
nioi:ey ; but it will be the aiiu aud object
of the present editors to keep pace with tbo
rupi I development of this country, so mock
blessed of G .il, though often cursed by man.
The great .interests of
will be advocated, and every interest pro
moled which lias for Its object the building
of the missing railroad link between Nor
folk aud the great valley of the Ohio and
Mississippi, tho V. & Ky.Rtilroad.
The course of the paper will, in all cases,
ha independent ; ami we aro sanguine of
success iu an enterprise intended by every
means to proinoto the greatness and glory
of Virginia and Teunessie.
I, C. FOWLER.
A 'DDRESS TO THE NERVOUS
wnose futTeriiiRi have been protructej from
bidden causes, nmt whose cases rciuiio
prompt Irealiii-'iit to render existence desi
lable: If you me Millering, or have suf
fered, from involuntary discharges, what
eKcct dos it product on your gieneral
health? Do Jou feel weak, debilitated,
easily tired t Does a little extra exertion
produce palpitation of the heart V Dues
your liver, or uriuury org;ins, or yi.ur kid
neys, lieip-'iilly gi t out ol order? Is your
mine sometimes thick, milky, or Micky, or
is il ropy on settling? Or does a thick
scum use t' the tup ? "risu tedimeut at
the bottom after awhile? Arc your bowels
constipate 1 T Do you have spells of fainting,
or rushes of blood to the head? lj your
memory impaired ? Isy. ur mind constant
ly dwelling upuu this subject? D you feci
dull, listless, moping, tired of company, of
life? Do you wish lu bu let alone, to get
away from everybody ? Docs any litllo
thing make you eturt or jump? Is your
sleep broken if restless? Is the lustro of
your eye as brilliant? Tho bloom on your
cheek as bright ? Do you enjoy youiself iu
society ns well ? Do you pursue your bus
iness with tho baiuo cm rg ? Do you feol
as much couliileiiee in yourself? Aro your
spirits dull and Hugging, given to tils of
melancholy ? 11 so do not Iny it to your
liver or dyspepsia- Have you rcotlcss
nights ? Your buck weak, your knees weak
nod Iiut little appetite, uud yeu attribute
this to dyspepsia I
N(iw, reader, sell'-nbuse, venereal diseas
es badly cured, mid sexua. excessus, are nil
capable tf producing a weakness ef the
generative organs 'j'lie organs of genera
tion, when iu pefeet healtii, make the niun.
Di I you ever think that those bold, defii.
ant, energetic, persevering, successful busi
ness me., are always those whose generative
organs are iu perfect health? You never
hear such men complain of being melan
choly, of i.ei voitsness. of palpitation of
ihcjicart. Ho y nic never afraid they can
not succeed in business; they don't become
sml and discouraged . they aro always pa
in sod pleasant iu th o.'iiipuny of ladies,
and look yoil and them right iu the face
uuiio of your downcast looks or any oilier
meuiinesr about them. I do not mean those
w ho keep the organs inflated to excess.
These will not only ruin tlieir constitutions,
but also those they do business with or far.
How many men, from badly cured dis-,
eases, from the effects of nlf ubuse and
cxeesse. loive hro'lM flh'Mlt that PtlltO l.T
weakness iu those organs that has reduced
I lu general system so much ns to luducu
ulmott every other disease idiocy, lunacy,
paralysis, spinal ullectiuns, suicide, and al
most every other 111 that flesh is heir to,
und the real cause of tiie trouble scarcely
ever suspected, and have doctored for all
but the right ono. . .
Diseases of these organs require the use
of u Diuretic. II KLM HOLD'S FLUID EX
TRACT BUCI1 U is the great Diuretic, and.
is a certain cure for diseases of the Hlnddi r,
Kidneys, (iuivcl, Dropsy, Organic Weak
ness, Female Cotiiplaiuts, General Debility,
and all disease of the Urinary organs,
whut'o r i'listing in Male or Female, from
w hatever cause originating, and no mailer
of how Ion;; standing.
If no tieuitvi'iit in submitted to, Cini
sumpt.on or Insanity may ensue. Our flesh
anil blood are supported from these sour-,
re.-, uud he.ilih; and Liippiiicx, and that of
Posterity, depends upon pi ompt use of u.
reliable remedy. ""w - '
I'.clmbolrt's Kitnict BuHii, cstublisnW
upward of oi hteeu years, prepared by 11, T
lIKLMLol.l). Druggist, f'.'l New York, and
lul South D'tii Street, 1'hiladelphiu, J'u.
I'lticr. $1.2-1 per bolile, or li bottles tut
$o.'jii, iliiliv.red to any adilress. i
fr y Sold by 'l Dru.'fi.-i.'.ts eiery where.
NoNE are genuiun unless done up in a.
sleel-eugraved ttiu per, with fnc-simile of
my Chemical Wurii fc'Jse, and sirue.I '
:i. T. lll;ii;oi.d. '
aug II, 2.n '