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T1UA7, NoTember6, 1868.
FOrt VitEdTl)EN r,
" ' 'FOR VICt PRESIDENT,
GEN. FRANK -J. SLA III.
Information Wanibd TbeJun-i
.Jor Editor of tbis paper, Mr. 13 Firtrjcr,
was last heard from in JWltimore on the
21st of October. He it long since over
duo in I'listo) ddJ we will be tbaukful
for aoy information concerning bin
wbercu'jouta and welfare lie is ex
peoted to visit next the city of pinilft
.Qciet reigned throughout the length
and breadth of -Virginia 3 Tuesday
last. The Federal government has not
yet lived a century, and yet America
has presented the epeetaulovof electing
a Trcsidcut by a part of the people for
the whole country. . Alas, civil liberty
u (had.' Darn and rocked id the cradle
of revolution, the fair child of Western
Europo has torn from its banner the
proud inscription that ' resistance to
tyrants as obedience to God." Tbe
mighty charm which drew to oar shores
'ih noblest spirits of the world is bro
ken. Tbe embryo clement of destruc
tion, which mocks at man's chimera
seems to have landed with tbe Pilgrims,
.and growing mighty as the storm, has,
, in the hour when we had said '-soul,
t take 'thine ease." smitten down tie
bright genius of our prosperity. To-day
we are a moral and civil ruin. In that
bright pat which we neglected to im
firove, we were taught that tyranny had
become a fable ; that -despot bad, like
Lucifer, been burled into the bottom
less pit of retribution. To-day eur oon
ictions aro undone. The power to rule
-which Jiad dwelt in the- people has becu
by them 'voluntarily surrendered, -and
cannot be regained. The "divine right'
of the fjw has been reasserted, and the
tnauy ere enslaved. Tbe conviction that
our bills were thrones snd our peasants
kings bus fled like the raiubow. Fret
on now ye fugitives of the royal lineage
of '76 ; clank your chains und groan aud
wait for your lost sceptres I Yes, dream
andithink and whimper of revolt. Alas
Go and ask Kossuth snd Laroiartioe
and that poor fool Garibaldi, if popular
power once lost was ever refrained. .Our
leaders have lost their virtne and the
people their vigilance. The public ocn
science is dead. To-day we may pub
lisb in tbe Newt the sad story of arbi
trary arrest and imprisonment, of eie
cution by a nvilitary tribunal, auu yet
excite do alarm. Tbe people read tout
tLe Executive of Tennessee refuses
order an election of judges for the
Supreme Court, and usurps the power of
appointing them ; tbat he holds the
elective franchise of every man in tbe
State in the hollow of his band aud uses
it as be wishes, and they stare iu reply
as though Brownlow were tbe son of
God. The sad pago of journalism is
crowded with details of female virtue
outraged by negroes licensed in their
carnivul of crime by the fiends who rule
us, yet public indignation is scarcely
stirred. Europe had its fields of blood
its inquisitions and-ccnturie of tyranny
and America having sown the wiad
must reap the whirlwind.
On our first page will be -found
ouiuiuuicktioii criticising the c our so of
Jlr. George II. Darr, of the Abingdon
Virginian, with regard to consolidation
The author ho reasons tbat are satis
factory to him for thus specifically deal
iufi with the junior editor of tbat Jour
li al. If tbe Virginian has passed from
t bo control of Mr. Uurr, he is already
tiwaru tbat ho has access to our columns
As a per.iouul friend of tbe editors of the
.Aries, it has always afforded us pleasure
to serve ltim, aud in -cane his own jour
u al has changed bauds, ss wan expected
our columns aro due Lim by- courtesy
It is, however, our bopo J but after tbe
approaching election consolidation, will
liavo bocu placed on so permanent
basis tbat even a foemtn like 'Mr. Barr
will heboid its orcat merits and not
lunger believe it bit duty to resist it
Er tu Uiu;te. Houk is dovxuuxl to
misfortune. Mayusrd has beaten him
oruetbiug less than a million of vote.
When he was hers' he told tbe ne
groes tbat the conservatives would re
ist their voiiag, but to go to the polls
armed aud if a cousertative .made any
opposition to them to spill his heart's
blood and Gov, lSrcwoiow and tbo radU
cal party of Toon, would stand at their
barks. Now on Tuesday last, Jim
Johusou, i negro of Knuxville, was
mobbed by the radicals because ho vo
ted for llimk. Wlte, mow, is at Jim
Johnsou's back ! Alas, Republicans
are s ungrateful as Republics.
HkisTOI., Tcnu., .Nov. 6, lbCS.
To (Ira. C. S. Grant :
lloNoRtn CinirtAl ! TLf4t of
jour election by a tery decided majority
of tbe cuunhil v. Mrs wf the loyal people
has atlected very much our views ss to
the propiitty of it. We were weak
uougb to ticlieie tbat the food of tbo
country required the election of Scy. 1
mour, because '. be was acceptable - to a
Urge portion of tb people of both see
tioos; tbat conciliation and compromise
could make us one people ngain. To-day,
however, you stand forth the embodi
ment of victory I Your succpm m a
triumph of tbo Hodicul pitrty ; your
electinu a conqueit of tho Southern
uople. ltd it so then We cot uoihitiR
because we can claim it, but because it
may please you to bestow it. You have
both Houses oi Congress, the Army, the
Navy purse and sword. The legisla
tive brsucb of tbe government now at
your feet has practically abolished the
Supreme Court, and tbero is nothing
between you and absolute power.
urope you need not fear. France and
Prussia have each other at bar. Eng
land has but Afghanistan between her
and Russia, and bus already yielded the
Alabama claims, iou then nave no
danger from without and aro master of
the situation within. iou have reached
your present position almost untrameled
by pledges; the few that you have
made have the doubtful virtue of am
biguity.; others you have refused to
make. .Never was ruler so absolutely
trusted. But it would be lees than
truth not to say tbat in conquering tbe
Democratic party tbo .Radicals have
enslaved themselves; aud it cannot
longer be questioned that the interests
of a people who have misused tbe might
iest opportunities of time are now wholly
within your keeping. Tbat tbe whole res
ponsibility may be upon you, it is but
right that the -whole country should
now withdraw' from the arena, of coo
tcntiou and allow tbe events of tbis
mighty hour to assume tbe cool
level of reason. From 1 an obscuro
point in the vast multitude which
now watcues your movements, we
dure to despise passion , that you -may
show yourself superior to it. We argue
for that brave t but luckless people,
to whom -we would rather .remain
true than wear your tpaulettes by be.
truying Hiera, that their quiet deport
ment and dignified demescor suall chal
lenge your respect and that of mankind.
You have testified as to their virtue,
and as your new allies have no longer
the incentive to steal tbeir.irood name
and rob them of their peace, you shall
have tbeir broadest endorsement of your
report concerning tbem in 1806. Seeing
tbat you have dexterously sprung the
Radical trap and tripped the wires from
voir paihwsy, we sball believe that you
can make ua either the w.sest or the
meanest of rulers ; tbar.you can restore
the Republic, and bring tu order the dan
gerous powers tbat are loose in our land.
If you sball disdain to wear she purple
and the diadem which drew around the
thrones of Europe tbe .curses of .man
kind, but shall pieJer -rather to 'live
within the hearts than on the necks of
your countrymen, then shall the people
deploring tbo want of vigilaoce -wbicli
placed all within your power, yet rise
and call you blessed, and on tbat bright
page of history which sball record tbe
redemption of a fallen people, write tbat
"All thnuhoAt been reflects less praise on
Far less than what thon hist forborne to be."
Wo sre, exalted Sir, more trusting than
Eds of tug News.1
EiTiMKMH, i,a., N..v. 3. Tbe negroes
Of ibis rtty did D"i generally vote.
Th- IJen.oi'ratic majority lo toe county ts
from son l.ooii.
Ti.er la great excitement , here on ac
count, ot i hid nmrn nit's rtiatti'bances, and
the mgrcs threaten t burn lie ton.
Unly Iwn m grne were Kllia II) S morning
and from IS lo 2l wounded.
A large bndv of negroes marched towards
the city on OeeciH-e road mis evenniog.
They were met by the special police and
ordered to di-pera. One r-'uwd to Ho s i
and tionMe ensu-d, in ehinh two negroes
ar reported to have hern killed.
SaVan annam. Nofemb'T 3 Midnight.
U ly line ualiotliox In the city was conn.
ted to night. It stood t Dmovratio 1,026:
NfcW OnMUNS, November S. This city
fives 23,000 Demoi-rallo majority. The
State ftoea largely Deniocraiio. Few He
puhlietn vote w. r cast.
firw Uklkans, November 3. M'dn abt.
TIim ek-ctmi a iu ibis chy paned i ff qmeily,
thi-re heinf nu imeferi nc nt any hind.
Kie negroes in this city al''ained aiin-Ht
toialiy from to In-. , In tbr Fii'ir'h district,
the ainn (tfKi pemocraiio wa-d in 'n thn ciiy
th volnkiiHid Dem-cratg 4,10(1, Kepulilleani
IOU. Thri'Dahont tbe country parches the
Dnniocraiie oia)oiiiie iu tbe localities heard
Horn are oerb-lniiiig and an app'OximtM
lo ihe Reueral result may prohaliy be given
Inuianapolis, ..v. 3, Midn'eht. The
Repuhltcaiis claim tlm Slate by 10,000 ma
CillCAon, jv-iv. S Thi city basgone Re,
pithliraii by L',000 nisiorlty.
Ciih aoo, N-iv 3, ni'dioght. Tbis State
gives JO.OUU RepiibiliiaB Uiajorily.
5an t han'cislii, JSor. n. - There are no
retnrii fioui Oregon or N'wada.
Picia.ilT, Mich., Ki t. 3. Retnrna lnU
cale a Kupublicau nrnjoriiy of S5.000 in this
Nll.WAlXIR, Jiov. S The rrtnrna '
few, but ia gs Republican gaini- a-e o dkJ
I.kavkkwoktr, Kaksas, N'ot. 3 Th'
State la rlaimud by lb Uepubllcaua by 10,
(KM) to Jority.
Ohama, N-v, 3. R-tiirm Indicate that
the Stall- Im aoun Repuliliean by 4,500. ,
San Kami-co, Nov. 3. -Tbe a led ion
has been quu t and the Stale gone Hepubli.
can. Thti city ba- gooK Di-roncraito.
Geu. Grant earriea all of thn Near E if
land and N.Tihwe,tera 8'ales. The Dn
mocracy have probatily eariii-d New Ymk,
New Ji-raey, Calalonia, Alabama, (ieorgia,
and Arkauaaa, and certaiuiy MryUud,
Kentucky and Louisiana. 8. S. Cox and
Fernando Wood are looted to Cougreat,
Butler is re-elected.
TbsSaI.T Woaxs, These works, heratf.
ter, will b under the uiauag emrni of a Join'
Stork Compaiir, known and chartered ' aa
the llolaton Salt and P aster Cn comprla.
Ing the whole of ilie Preali n iutereai, mnii
three. four! ha of the Km estate. The stock
holders have alreadv entered In'o hond.
On Monday Uat, K ng'a Salt Wnrka were
let 111 th hladnst l l lili r for a It-rnt of Ave
years, and knocked 1 ff 'o the Companv at
an annual rent in gold of I3K.20H, th-lea.
aees tu const 1 ti 't three (umtuBa aid pay
ihe laxeaeatitnaied by aotn- aa eiiiWa,
lent tn 1 15,000 in cmrencjr. -t Abingdon Kir.
Sao Ac inNT.--Oii la.i 'I u aiay, while
Mr. A li. M' or1 was aas sling Iu uuloailt f
a laige eaw-log from a wtgnn, at the steam
saw mill, anma thre mile- aoiithwest of thia
place, the log rollrd on Mm, crashing bit
bead in a frightful manner, aud t-rodiiuine
tai ant ricaih. The r nisi a of Mr. M hh
wer-tikeo to W thevllle, Va., the follow,
ii gdaj.al which place be fumerly real,
ded. iorltotA (Jarttt,
WOMAN FEMALES, OWING
to the ptsuliar and Important rela
tions wbiob thry sdstain, their peculiar or
ganisation, a ,ui the offices tbey perform, ure
subject to many sufferings. Freedom from
these contribute ia no small degree to their
happiness and welfare, for none can be hap
py who are ill Not only so, but an one of
these various female complaints can loag be
suffered to run on without Involving the
general neanu 01 tne individual, ami ere
loag producing permniicut sickness and
premntirro decline Nor Is it plensnnt to
onnsult a pbysioian for the relief of tlio.-e
various delicate affections, and only open
the niest urgent necessity will a true wo
man so far sacrifice her greatest charm as
to do this. The sex will then tlmtik us for
pliiciugin their hands eiuiple specifics which
will be found etRcacums in relieving and
curing almost every one of those trouWe
somo complnints peculiar to the sex.
HcLMBeu)' Extract or liitcnir. Hun
dreds suttei- on in silence, and hundreds
of others nppiy vainly to drujrgints mid doo
tors, who either merely tunuliie them Willi
the hope of a cure, or apply remedies which
make them worse. I would not wish to as
sort anything that Would do injustice to the
afflicted, but I nm obliged to say that, al
though it mnj be produced from excessive
exhaustion of the powers of life, by labori
ous employment, unwholesome nirand food,
profuse menstruation the iuho of 4ua aud
coffee, an t frequent childbirth, it is fur ot-
tcner caused by direct irritation, applied to
the mucous .membrane of the vagina itself.
when reviewing the causes 0! these dis
tressing complaints, it is most yainfnl to
conteuiplato the attendant evils consequent
upon them. It in but simplu justice ihe
subject to enumerate, a lew of the many
addiiionnl causes which so largely affeotlhe
life, health and hanpinesi of woman in all
classes of society, and which, coil.-cquenlly,
affect more or less directly, the wlfare of
the entire human family. The mania tbat
exists fur precocious education and mar
riage, CHUse.i the development to be wasted
and perverted in tbe restraints of dress,
the early confinement nf school, and ent-e-
cially in the unhealthy excitement of the
ballroom. Thu.-, with bldy linlf clothe I, and
the mind unduly excited by pleasure, per
verting in midnight revel the hours design
ed by nature or sleep and rest, the work
of detraction is half iiccjuipliidieil.
In consequence of this early strain upon
her system unnecessary effort is required
by the delicate votary to retain her situa
tion in school at a later day, thns aggrava
ting the evil. Wben one excitement in over
another in prospective keeps the mind mor
bidly sensitive to impression, while the now
constant restraint of fashionable dress, ab
solutely forbidding the exercise fndispensi.
ble to the attainment and retention of or
ganic health anJ strength ; the exposure to
night air; tlio sudden change of temperature
the complete prostration produced by excessive-,
dancing, niu-t of aecesaity, prednee
their legitimate effect. At Inst, Bi early
marriage caps the climax of w-ry, and
the union untile one, hitherto so utterly re
gardless of the plaiu dictates and remon
strances of her delicate nature, becomes an
unwilling subject of medical treatment.
This is but a tru.bful picture of the experi
ence uf thoutands of our young women.
Long before the ability to excrciae the
funtions of the generative organ, they re
quire an education of their peculiar nervous
system, composed of what is called the tissue,
which is, in common with the female breast
and lips, evidently under the control of men
tal emotions and assooatona at an early
period of li'e ; and we shad subsequently
see, these emotions, wben excessive, lend,
loug before iiuberity, to habits which sap
tbe very life of their victims ere 11 al ore baa
self-completed their development.
ror reui.ile Weakness and Debility,
Whites or Leucorrhoea, Too I'rofuie Men
strunriou, Exhaustion, Too Long Continued
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itod-pced'n Fountain Penn, Bl lines
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ling O dozen e-"iied Maundis s-tn tor
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82000 a year und e.rjwuet to Ajeult
i-i i-ilimiue,-tin- W. sou 6 ilw Ma. r
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Mo. inn6 .
'OtA I tr Month, ure, au I no umuey
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1 wio r-, m 1I0 or tenia e, lo ke,l our
PaUnt jCi'ttUuiAog White Wirt C'iof.es.ime..
- Every U mis. lio n a,.lb liaWe Inr allien ."
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Co , 75, W liliui ai. N. Y, ur ill, U ernti.u
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I'er Month Guaranteed
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Mills, Puiiaililp lo, P. ' mutt 41,
17,200 1 YEAH, TO AGENTS,
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part culata liee. tx ia tunnel uif-ma rx
pei it iiced ageula. Call O ur silurraa W G
WjLan & Co., Cltvelaud O.lo, B.aoOn,
Maaacbi.Si)il.s, ui -it LoU s, Mo. liovb 4
WAyTD.-SALESjjjiA', to travel .01
a M. ooiiai 111 10 Coui,.a..y aun s 11 !) Sou
pin. . Good aagea ari uaraultetl ; addr- a
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rno ooou thuhty agexts.-v
JL will VaraD e 50 per ant and ex
(j.ii-us. lot pariicuuia apply iC,W.
Jal'tSoN & Co., Billlun.it-, Md. Duiti- 4
mo a i.Y you ;.i.-airncii mui
auipica tree; auuiuss A. J 1'i.l.LtM, Spring
Uvi-i, Veni.um. 10 S3
JOO Aci'tM in Nuia-ius, P-auu Tie-s
niaui.ii r'.Uo P.ai.ia. b od Si amp ,.r
ilt acl iplivti a. d i s roi llvo caiaiotu. N
bASSAsn, Siiil Puna, Keul do Md uov 4
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Tbe Superior Merita of the "
OVER ALL OTHERS,
For t'lllirr Fiimily Oc or Alan
Are so well established and so generally
admitted, that an enumeration of their
relative excellence is no 1, nger
00! HEW FAMILY MACHINE
Has been brought to perfection regardless
of time, labor, or expense, and ia now
confidently presented to the puhlio
attention, as iucompanibly
The Sest Sewing Machine
The Machine in questiou Is
SIMPLE, COMPACT, DURABLE.
It is quitt. VyM running nnd Captibltnf Far-
Jutm ng Kilfija and VmwyoJ Hork
netrr oen-rs uffVmptrri i.p-n ,
Using either Silk, Twist, Linen or Cotton
Thread, and sewing with equal facility the
very tinest aim coarsest materials, and any
thing between the twoextreinea. in the most
beautiful and substantial manner. Its at
tachments for Hemming, Urui-liug.Curding,
Tucking, Quilting. Failing. Trimming. Bind-
lug. etc., are novel and practical, and have
been invented and adj isled especially fur
New designs of the Unique, Useful, and
Popular Folding Tops and Cabinet Cases,
peculiar to the Machines manufactured by
litis company, nave neeu prepared tor en
closing the new machine. '
But a faint idea, however, can at best be
conveyed through the medium of s (neces
sarily ) limited advertisement and we
then-tore urge eiety person iu quest of a
Sewing Machine, by nil means lo exam, ne
and test, if they can possibly do so, all the
leading rival machines before making a
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uuderstuudingly branches or ageucies for
supplying the "Singer" Machines will be
found in nearly eve.y city and town thro'
out the civilised world, where machines will
he cheerfully exhibited, and any informa
tion promptly furnished, Or commuuica
tion may he addressed to the
SINGER MANCFACTUKINO CO..
458 Uruadway, NEW VUKK.
Baltimore Office : 150 Baltimore St.
WATi.UES FOR THE MILLION
rilllE Ur l-ie li Id W.uti t;u. uianulac
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G -Id Watehea.
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sea. (ladiea and gentlem-n's) hieautie li
Siss no velum. ts, jVuvftJ, tngine turned,
wi ti conipenaailnn e,,iral prirg.
En I road Ooiel'ictor-, E igitnt- ra, Express,
men the moat exacting of us t usiom-rs,
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El tlairait-ly ei.giavi-n wi b new ai d n.ocl
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RICHARDSON'S MEW METHOD
Tie Piano Forte.
... i - ''.
US EXCELLED t UNEQUALLED!
The Standard Book of laatructioa
Euiployeii by Ilie ileal 'teachers,
The Best Schools, '
The Best Conservaleriei,
and all individuals who desire lo obtain a
thorough and Practical knowledge of Piano
Thirty thoitnnd Cvpiear S-ld 1'eor'y, .
and It i nn e xainr-rnt'-nt tn aav. thst a
Quarter of a Million Scholars
have oeeoniti avciiiupiisi.eii oiitnisin by Uanig
this hook.' It js adapted alike to Ihe young
est and the oldest ; to the beginner for first
lessons, and tn the amateur, for general
practice. Sent postpaid- Price 13.75.
OL VEK 1IT3X A O., Uoslou. C. 3.
UtTSON ft CO New fork. novS 4t ,
mis' ell t v sous Anre tisuents.
E.i. le. ... li Va. K. li.. 0, t
TreasrVOtOc Kn xvi I -. S pt. 10, 'W )
. NOTICE TO S I Oi KUULOEJtS. "
Toe boaid sl tiirtcloiaal Ibe last alinnai
niieling app duin-l a eotlinilllet- In exam n
n.e St.-ck liMiki of ibe C'-nipany. Thai
Cnttiiuitiet-e on examination 1 d Ibe ac
i oiiiiIsoI mat y wt o siib-ct ii-ed IU ttie C -P-
I al stock show lialancea , onie of aoiall
aim uu ) yet due and unpaid, and pripaa
.ry tu I. ant, g ihu aci ouma cm- il, order
that i.oilcti lw giveu by ublicaiion in tbe
lira p.p. ra on tl. ii c- load. 10 all nW
id qui ol sin. kt. llt-ra tn pay i-i Hie Secrr
laiy and Trraaaier id tUe C- mpan) itw
lialatic- nun B their lesuecllVr aceonnls.
mi nr ln f..ie the ti aiirth nay id N. et-nt-
l.er in X', nr Ihe. rail at oik, will ba declared
All stockholders ho have paid Id fall
SD I have tn t g-il ceriiicati s, are r quested
call al to a . nice and gel llietu.
The atock-odeta ate untied also il.al
ihn rut rial eonvrniiot. tyi eh t din clora t.i
the ensHlig year etll meet al Kn x.vlle,
ou ihe last 1 buisde) , 2Htt. da- it Nnvetu.
tr nut. JOUR KEt t?.
b- ci'y It TrtaaV.
I. B. DUNN & CO.
ai n UDce to the pi. b o that thry haev re
n ov. it to I heir lu w aloft', imti iti.f E r nf
llir old sun t, and ui xi d.air to Messrs. fow.
let t G btauny .
We are neinng N -w G-ada et-eaper th'
ev. r n r a ny Ua, at the Kl) FROS f
aud RED FLAG. -
STOLEN I MUNGI HEM BACKI !
WE KNOW VO0 1 1 1
Taki n f.oui Isvli rf mir ainr on the nlxht
uf the SI) n lust., two grind stones. We will
g'Ve r,.r ibe couwukiu ut the rgne, nr
pn oi mat Will iraa to tt-eir 1- t.virn.n.
I b. DUNX ft CO .
Oct. 16, 1868 tf
JpiFlY DOLLAKS REWARD f
J will give fifty dollais 'or the aiur-hea-
alon nt Hie theif nr liorao stolen Irniii di
ataide at Fiocaatli , Campbell county, Tenn.
Sad lintae mi a K-d Hay, 18 hauils tiiah. 7
yais nl'l, bo b hind ft-ei white op to ua
pavlur jo ins, a star tu J) I foiebead. lie
waa iol--o O" M -'oiay nlghi, the 5 h inat ,
by uux William SutHe. Suttle is a small
mail, hk light hair aud blue eyes, had on
when hs It-ft a white na; hta clothing Wai
ofKeniuck J. ana. lie (Suiilr) was raised
iH-ar K. eiv Creek Catnp Grmiml, Sudlvau
count v, Tenn. He is a u nl Peiry Smile.
I will rve thnahoee reaard li.r Ihe thill.
nr Hit- appn hi nalmi of the bnrae ,o I may
gel biro. My addrf.a l Fineatle, f B.
KLV. KUUrttl A1LKS.
O. t. 1, 1868. 4t-
AM old established Grocery and Cm
mission boo-a in the city of Peters
burg, doing a GOOD BUSINESS, will take
a partner who can br ng a capital of a few
hundred dollars, aa I influence along tbe Va
and Tenn. aud ha t Tenn. & Va.Kailroads
with a view to extending its trade in that
direction, and it would he immaterial
whether such partner resided in the city or
nt a suitable point for influence on the above
mention Railroads. The best of reference
giveu and the same required.
Sept. 25 3t. Petersburg P. O.
OTOVES, Cane Mill Inner, Mih Gear
O ing. Water Wheels 'ngon Boxes, eto
eie, on baud and made to order at the Bris
tol Fouudry and Machine Shop
DIXCN, SMITH. & CO.
UaUoVrt So.ll -re,
. NEW YORK.
jg RE R, GARDNER & CO.,
GROCERS AND COMMISSION
Al Eli CHAN TS,
19 Mam S'reet,
S pt 18 Im p.
r li;u mount i ilie
Sbttl U .'lAUHI.M.. This Machine
ie eniinl lo the etandard niaehiues in every
respect, and is sold at the lowpriee of $'io.
Address Itiatiuual hewing Machine Lo.,
rilUE STONERIVERUriLlTY WDKKS
MURFltEESt OltO', TENN,
- Are located in a large four-story brick
building, and are supplied al great evpeeaf
wuu uew and tue most appruvvu nniouiuerv
And are uue producing luuneuae quantilier
ot every variety of veaaela Willi niure sue
caaa lhau any other factory iu the world.
Tbeir locniiou iu Ihe P'l.lal of the inimeus
forests of Cedar wood givca great advae
tags any other establiseenieut, and ailuw
Ibe production of .
BtTl ER WAKE AT LOWER PRiCKt
IUAN I AN Ptt.-it-IBLY BE
1). II. '""'CK. Supt.
' aug Ktf
WE have lor aale al a very low tgart a
Beater llay Press, It has been uaed uue sea
son aud ia lu good condition will inaka
uaies weighing troni 4UU lo DUO lbs.
Prioe $IU0 original coat tiOU
LEU il CjIU110.NET.
COAX ct IRON.
I. I. CBAMBkaLllll,
Geo. Manager, 1
OASTI 3nT Q-S , .,
tt uSk. DC-.
, Knoxyille Iron Co.
Are Selling at Lw fimrnr
Tire Iron, ...
. Baud Iron, ' .,
Car It"- '
' " Bridge Iron.
Roinds, Squares, Ovals, &o. Also
- Fire Fronts,
Grates, ' . '
Machine Castings, &c. .
An4 doing all kinds of Bfttxilr
OUR Manufacturing facilities are eoa
staiiOy increasing with Ibe wanta ef
the public, aud to our Rolling Mill, Tiuad
ry and Machine Simp, we have add '
.Nail and Spile Machines, '
And can always 111 "-den
COAL & COKE
In any Quantity, t '
' Can be LaJ bjt applyiog to
I. C. FOWLER
THE transportation tas been greatly e
duoed, aid aerangments made to sup
ply parlies at a price which places it wllhna
the reach of alL
rwr M32 EC iait psm ,
In all easts, oa delivery, and.
ibis rnle cannot be departed
. - from :
It ia desired thai orders be left at
tbis ufiea with the Agent as toon aa.
Sept. 25 8m
JPURMEBS AND PLANTERS I , !
loanre a larfe and early emp by applying '
THE ALT A VELA PUOSPUATE.
It Is con- sed nt tbe relel. rated tuano froaa
CnubiurU aim miier va uanie teiiillxlnf .
njalerial, niakli g a couiplele niaouie.
Tbis U tupao) ItDpnrliug toe guaiindtreet
trom the ncu iteuuaita of birds at A'ta Velav '
is enabled to tnrulsb a fertiliavr that eannet
be excelled. 1 1 permanently eurlchee tbe
noil. Pi ice 56 per ton. Send tor a pam.
phlit. Addr. as, . ,
TUE ALTA VELA GDANO ro.
67 Broadway, New York.
At H. C. Caldwell's Jewelry Establishment.
Will be pleased to serve the cititens ot
Bristol Uoodeon and surrounding couutry.
on short notice aud guarantees good ate
and latest Tasbioos in Pants. Vests aud
Gent's Dress Coats. Will also furnish paU
terus fur suits, samples of which may be ,
seen by calling on me.
augJBlf W- O. STRATTON.
PEACE HAS ITS VICTORIES
AS WELL AS WAR It.
PAYNE'S PATENT CHURN
MAS Pa V, N Tn BK
"OUSTS OP THEM. "
rpiild is without doubt Ilie beet Chura
X. ever used, and la warranted to aiake -Butter
in from three to teu minutes, and
make more and better Butter from the same
quanity and quality of Milk tbau any other
It is also simple and strung in construe
tion and not liable to get out of repair.
It is specially durable and desirable be
cause it ia made with cooperage end from
the best quality of It I D IfcDAIC, end
hence excels all wortultsa Chums made
from planks, that fall to pieces when prop
erly scalded and sunned.
riMIE OLD DOMINION CHURN CO.,
JL Of MbltFUEESUUitO'.
Are sole owners of the Patent Right far
the States of Old and West Virginia, and
their Agent, Mr P. H. O'NFIL, will visit a
number of Ihe Counties as soon as prwsihle,
with a view uf se'liug COUNTY BIGHTS,
as well as supplying the Churns te consu
ANbOOOt HOW LOST.
f?Vyp Ju-i puhliabed, a law editlo.
tU-a. I Jr. CulverwrlVi Cel
L rate l .Hiiy on me radicnl vur (with
nut niedlciu ) nf SpknuaTuhmuka, or henil
na1 weakneaa, 1 11 v. Iiinury Seminal Lraies,
larTKNCT. Mr-Hi al end Physical lucapacl
it, lui ediiu-nta in Mairir-, etc., alao,
Cossuamoa, ril.kr, and Fits, Induced
by aril mdula a e nr rex Dal 1 XTevagence.
tZT Price, iu a sealed envelope, ouly
The celebrated author, In thia admirable
essay, cU arly denmnaliales from a thirty
years' m-ce,sful ptariii e, that the alarming
cona-qneno-a of aelf abuse iuj b radical
ly cured without ibe dangerous use of In
ternal medicine nr the applicailoa of tbe
knlie ; pointing nut a mode nf cure al once
simple, cierleto, and ffi ctual, by means or
whiflh every sulft-rer, nn uiailer what hla
enudilton tuay Im-, can rure bltnaelf cheap,
ly, pilv.trly ud radiooUw. .
ICT Thia Lntuir ahouid be la the hands
of every ynnth and every man lu lb land.
8enl, under seal. In a plain t-nvelnp, la
any eddree, potlpnui, nn receipt of six
rente, or twu poaiage s'an.pa. Alao, Pr.
Culverwell'a 'Marriaee (ioide," price 4
cents. Addresa Itw P11I1II.I0 r,
CM AS i C. KLINE A CO.,
2T llovt ery, Iew l'ork,
'i-1 y f.at Um Hut 44M