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FRIDAY, November 6, 1868.
IlKGIWIA A TENNESSEE RAILROAD.
Vail train leteves Bristol, 7 t P. M.
Arrives In Lvno.hliurg, 8.40, A. M.
Freight train leaves BrM.d, 7.45 A M.
Tn-Wtht train arrive at 6 4 A.M 4 P M.
leil train leaves Lvnchburg, & P. M.
Arrives In Brls'ol, 7.05 A.M.
Dlstsnre tt4 mile 1 Fsre 4 emit rwr mile.
J8 minutes allowed lor nu-als in BrUinl.
EAST TENN. A VA. RAILROAD.
Mall train If eves Bristol 7.10 A. U.
Arrlfci In Knixvilh J 48 P. M.
. Mll train leaves K' xvill.., 11.17 A.M.
Ma.ll train arrive-a In Bristol 0.40 P. M.
Freight train leavo Bristol, 7 15 A. M.
ami 6.15 P.M.
freight train arrive) In Bristol, 6.15 A.
M. anl P. M.
Distance I JO miles 5 Fr 6 rt. pr mile.
J8 Minnie allowed f r m-sls In BrlMtnl.
Tenn. tlran being SO mlnates slower than
'Va. time, the. apparent want of connection
between tha above schedule ' explained.
Srolt'i M-iyazine, Atlanta, Georgia,
: among other items, coiitaios"The Geor
gia Campaign," "Country Lift Since
tbe War," etc. Prit-u (la year. It is
Bonnet See tbo new curd of Misses
Icartnaa& Luccado. They have re
duced tbe price nf their hnnuets.
The N. .. Ifome Jaurtm is before
us, and ii the nnt beautiful and at
tractive weeklv published io the North.
I'rice $2 per year.
Editor Annul ted Mr. Qenrae E.
pee If "no of the eiitots of the Morris
-wn Osteite, was waylaid Hnd beaten
aeverely by Jo. Gill, A. 0. 1J iren, Jus
W. Cbiltnn and Saiu. Jamaican, on to
count of an article which appeared in the
Capt. B. Manard, of Bristol, is the
agent and correspondent fr that sterl
ing paper tbe Nashville Union & Amer
ican. In the issue of the first we de
teot the vigor and point of bis trenchunt
pen. Persons wishing a fiif. class Nash
ville paper will plenne apply to hi in.
Persona! Gen. II H. Wells, Gov
ernor of Virginia,' wil! arrive in this
eity Friday evening, from Richmond.
It is expected that he will address the
people on the pnlitioal questions of the
day. He has already engaged rooms at
the Washington House Ly'-i'chlry
Large Derline. in Wheat.. During
the present week the price of wheat ha
declined fully SO cents per bushel. This
tuust then reduce the price of flour 75
ceuts per hundred.
Another Kerosene Explosion Mr.
W. F. Clark, a student near Union,
West Virginia, was very seriously burn
ed a few days ago by tho explosion of a
kerosene lump. He attempted to blow
it out, and the explosion followed. His
uncle came to hit rescue. He will re
cover ; so says the Register.
Personal. Miss Ma'tie Winston,
of our town, but late of Louis 1 county,
' has been employed to conduct the He.
parttuent of vocal musio io Jackson Fe
male Institute, Abingdon. MissWio
' aton is a lady of many attractions, and
' has made, during her residence here,
very many friends. As a vocalist, she
' is gilted and cultivated. Her voice is
one of extraordinary sweetness, volume
and compass, and a bettor selection
could not have been made, we think.
Blackwood, for October, ,bas boen
ent ua by tbo Leonard Scott 1'ublinli
ing Co., New York. The new contri-
1 buuous are, "Ulever Y omen, "at
1 Peace," "Religious Equality and Un
limited 'Formulas," "a Roman Lawyer
in Jeeuauleu) First Centurv," and
'The Irish Grievance." Terms 14 per
year, or with any of the four Reviews
f7 ; with all of the Reviews 915.
Jackson Female Institute. Rev. S
D. Stuart, Principal of this tisini Io
' -utitute at Abingdon, honored us with a
visit last week, and assures us of the
1 flattering prospeets of the school. They
bave now upwards of forty pupils, and
are expectiug 5U moro very soon. It
-dates its birth from the 15th of last
month, and is uuder tbe charge of the
' Presbyterian Church.
;. Shavirs On last Friday Joel, Will
iara and Thomas Sluver, together with
three of the female oietubers of their
families, were tried before Equire
Campbell, of Goodsoo, for stealing leaf
tobacco from Robert utid in. l uge, at
Three springs. In default of bail in
' the sum of 11,000, Joel, William and
' ' Thomas were sent to jail.
Col. Fluurnou't AppH)itni-nts.Go
' T. S. Flournoy, i'resiileut of the Norfolk
and Great Western Railroad, will ad
dress the people in behalf of that great
enterprise at tbe following times and
Lebanon, Nov. 28; Taylorsville, Dee.
tl( Bristol, Doc 3; Abingdon, Dec. 5.
It is to bo hoped that the people of
'.Bristol and all who would be glad to
bavo this great work to tap the Vs. ii
Tenn: Railroad at. this point wilt attci.J.
Saie.ldt. Tbe widow Oeswell, of
. :8ullivan county, Tenn.. about four miles
from this place, 'Committed suicide re-
eeollv by banging hetself with a couple
of banks of thread, which olio so adjua'
ed tbttt in swinging off tbey drew
, ber bunds lightly within their fold.4 and
pinioned them tightly above her liesd.
ghe wss about 70 .years of gu. Her
ister enmmitted suicide some years sjzo
in Smythe county, Va , where ihey came
from, and ber brother cut his throat
about twelve months sgo. Mrs. C was
jiving witb her son at the lime of her
Another ! i.t . .u dondsy, tbe
25th ult., Mrs. Buum, at Ilium's Csmp
Ground, five miles below BlountviHe,
Tenn , hung herself Arising earlier
that morning thau the other members
.f the family, she built a fir and alter,
wards, by means of a rope, hung herself
10 a smith shop elose by. She, too, n
aged about 70 years. Sh wan re girded
as a woman of unusual excellence and
pietv. nd was vemed to a ram degree
IB Hil'liMI'TO. She lxaves a iiutbsnd
and large family ot adult rbildrtn.
On Saturday next, the citiiet.s of
Washington and Sullivan counties are
requested to meet in Bristol, at the
Nickels House, to consider the impend
ing interest of our people in regard to
U.ilroad Matters. By order of ,
Memorial Assorintion.TbeTt . will
be a meeting of the Memorial Associa
tion at. the Presbyteriuo Church on
Wednesday niglit, next. If you love
your dead, we shall expect to see you
there. Let all tbe people of Bristol
Keto Advertisements W. D Minor
& Co. d.'sire to rU off cheap j they also
call attention to their coal agency, which
the present temperature renders appro
priute. ' M. L. Blacklcy gives a liolico
worth reading. J" tcifl'e Piano's, and
aUo those of Wm Knulie &. Co., all in
point; "He whose sohl is not stirred"
by these announcements "i fit oolv for
treason, gtratugems and spoils." Sing
er's Sewing Muebines are announced ;
these machines are used at Emnrv and
Henry College, and positively they have
no superior in the world, Canfield,
Brother it Co ; who has not heard of
tneir jewelry f J M Freeman. Watch
maker and Jeweler, Norfolk ; Norfolk
looks up, and so does Mr. Freeman.
Alaska Diamonds, from the North Pole,
almost, by J. T. Monri ; tirw, very
Samuel Orendoif & Son, Groeers and
Cotinuisition Men-hunts, B-iltimore; well
known. l)avi & Bro., Grin-ers and
Commission Merchants, Norfolk, and
Geo, J.' Rogers, Gotmuissim Merchant ,
Norfolk; both good houses. Berkeley,
Miller & (!o.; no better men they keep
Dry IiihmJs anil Motions, Norfolk Geo.
II. Hureh, Lynchburg, succeeds Bureb
& Wilkes, (now no more.) as Grocer
and untumisniou Merchant. il T
Helmbold, the 940,000 Democrat, is
out again ; go for bim.
Editors Briht t Nw:
. O 1 111V ir st ' ili Virginia H niw last
nlgi't tlie Br t ii j et- ol'at'rset 01 wrre Uie
faiiii lir In. vi 11I Mism-s Sillie pxt-iroaii and
Lurt Lucvin, tMitli nl i um liaVrt Im-kii Ions
k'M.wii and hig l )oeeiu d. in llirir rra.
p' ci ve vt:iiiiiiS, In Lyni liiiiirn iie'n
M s Sloe lias -mile and a kind wmd lor
ovi-rj bly, ami I a-1.0 supei Io: inh tine,
tmvii Itenn lor ni-.D) jeais connerU; t h
Kin well knou la-i l.iiinliin mitn 11 a lunki
a ati ishnii-in 01 Mrs. L"isnn1, and Mi
i.nr) , h rcqna Ik rvrrt rcpeet, in her
peclil I ne, b a beeu f r lung tiu-e Us
piii.eipai asusiaiil 111 1 lie l'g- iney and
ni -1 II ii- r liuii-a if Mer. Mutlras ami
J oues, and is also tbe itcr ul the wives ol
1 In in feuil. raeo.
Ti.eiMi io eicelli n' Isdii a, I naderstand,
'lave lueatt d lu y ur ti.wn and propose emi
' ueiii c a Hrsi elas Miliinerv and Msn'iia
Mskiin ii ii.ll bm i , under ibu sty le of
Hisses fe. rmsu awl L. icsdn.
A'Hive and In yond ll, tlm tmlv rt fined
ami Henn.lury cliarm l. rs of lliese chiis'lau
laOlen can 1 ol fall lu niaan Irn nds of all
wi o aiipn cin'e I me north and vinui.
The nlH.ve is a voluutar) tril ui Irom one
Io l.as l-na kiii.lv n 1 hem.
Bh-hi' (let 74. Av 1n.11 I.TvrnsrRoER
Msrn. il i i.. rr.ii. r n I'hun-h,
B i-i'.l, Wedned ev-ni-g, Nov. 4'h,
u. K v. U. A. Ui'del'. Mr Jantea A
Biil.-,of Amlieii' c"., V-.. in Miss Nannie
A. Bailey, 01 Bi s ol T. n es.e.
The pi Intei s ere the nclpleott of b ilh
t arda and c-k . " . .
On h 30 h nit., Mast Maroshkt Pier
PER, aged tears, II 11. 1.1,1 h-, infant daiiRii
ter 01 D-. O T- and Iliel' M -. P pir.
A'ffH' AO VER TISEMK V TS
1 E 1; I A I. NOTICE
TO THE LADIES.
O li g to tho scarcity of money and u.i
tine , e re it. lei mined In m II nur
I'uttcrn lloniift ul
Grutly iielu-ed Prlr'!
A)lne lu Walil l 1. 1. - b -i.liel ol H U
II Io llirir tin- reM iii (s, . wh r fteler
niiued 10 sell Rooms Kt Hie Vii juna II .um)
E i(rn. r fl'i.UialliV Fk-IH mteel.
Nov. u IE KM AN k LUCAliO,
T UELtCVEl) rilli EH!
In order to chnnga to a different line of
busiuvsa 011 or about the 1st of January
nuxi, wo wisu 10 tiu?e jp fveniiing con
nected with our present business, and there
fore offer to sell the small Stock of Mer
cliiiinliss now on hand, together with the
fixtures belonging to the more under the
" Nickels H.iUi-f," at nboul eurt, for carh ;
or we will cloi-e oui the same 10 any respon
sible party wishing to engage in business on
a libornl credit. The stitud is believed by
many to be t lit best in town for a Urocery
ami Confectionery business, and can be
rented on reasonable terms. The goods
now on bund were bought for cash and sre
ilesinthle. The prnpised change In onr
business will not in any way Interfere with
AQKtH'Y FOR THE 8 HE OF
xz: x xv jh 9
Orders lor which (either large or small) will
bo promptly filled at the lowest eah price.
Oct. 80, lo8.lf VY. D. MINOH k IO.
p r s iielei.i. it 1.. 11. Mi ni 1.1 11
UUOGEMIEiaEU k CO , w llc -ii.i
1 ranl abU mi tie liren c t.u at once,
or the same w ill Iw placed IB ib haui'sm
an ffl'-er tor oollrctmu.
0 i. Sol M. L ELACKLEV
JOHN H WlNFtlKK,
(-I'Cl'iNlllH To Wll.l.H. 0 'I.Hiil.' & 111
Dealer in Foreign A Domestio Hardware
A ft l t il T 1. K It V ,
hi i.iin N , LI Mi'libUltlt, VA.
K 1 ps Ciu-iau ly ou nam! a lull wsaoriiiiem
ol all kinds o Mechanics' Tis.l., and
Mairilal, lloin Inindilig
Csiru.g. k B"giy
Material-, A.ricui ural
Impi in- ms I'm kt-i ami Tal le
Cu I i, I bn a.-o F 00 Or.Cli.ths. Gum
Bi un a and Pai k ng, Fi-i.ing nJ
Lluunng T.tso, Glaa,
Putty and N.i s,
IMsled.Ware, Ta lry. T-lb t Setts,
toi at iid II0II0H Hure.
E. F. ILLS will livpliaxd 10 -ee I. is
old Irlviiiia and custoluers al Ibu bm se.
a r a. -" lf-
GEORGE H. BUfXH,
Grooer & General Ccmmisaios jaaiuliant.
No. 7U Mala SiBstr,
ly stub una. VA.
(IN BOl.Lls'SoLU STVNI) )
Ki p.s cotistaiiiiy no band a g as! asaoit.
Gnoeriei and Btapl Dry Goo I,
1 s. . 1 a .. I - "
Vrt D .1 at'fi.iitin pa d to all a-iuimeiits.
Pi-in in returns wads.
CORSKCTKD WKCKLT IT
yr. w. J m: es,
Apples, dried, per bu-hel, II M
" greun, ' 60
Butur, . 2'ittS 1
B.-ans, white, ' 1 60
Biu kwhi at, iwr bushel, J6u
Berries, dritd tilai-k, per ponad, II
whnrtle, per lb., 1J
" " rai-p, per lb t 1ft
CofT-e, Rii, t4tt28
t'hees-, country, 15
Cof on Tarns, per bunch, 1 10(12 25
Cherries, dried, per lb., Ill
O.im sties, 12620
Kloiir, per sack, 4 OOffi.t (HI
PI iX Linen, er yard, 2ft
IJ. Ili-el. g, per In., 80690
H-niey, per jallon, r5'
Iron, 1 4A6
J-ans, country, per yard, 73IOll
Leather, upper, firuli
" Sole, 3I40
Linen, tow, 2o
MoUases, sorgham, 40O.V)
M-al, 1 2ft
N.-I-, per keg, a
O.ii-.ns, per binhel, 00
Oils, 35 .4
Pearhe-, unpel.-d, per bushel, 3 50 .4 00
" M-led, ' ft Oo
Potst.--, Irish, per bushel, 40
" sweet, " 50
Ke, 90S1 On
Mi.p, conutry, 6
Sugar, brown, 140IK
" l..t, 22
Seeds, fl.i, per bu-hel, 1 On
" tiiiioihy, per bushel, 4 00
" clover, " 8 00
" evergreen, per bushel, 1 00
SN'ks, yaru, 3035
Syrup, 1 Oil
Wheat, rtM, 1 60tl 70
" white, 1 601 Ml
Wool, washed, 40
" unwashed, 251(30
" mils, 75
Gold in Now York 1331.
BRISIUL HUJNDKY ANL) MACHINE
bN COURAGE HOME MANUFACTURE
We ure now prepared to furnish all kinds
of Castings in our line, and do finishing
with promptness and in the best manner.
We have vparvd no pains in fitting up
nor works, ami w trust our enterprise will
bs appreciated, and that we will be liber.
ally patronixed by the citiieus of Uris-tol
and the surrounding country.
Produce taken in excl-ange for Castings.
DIXON, SMITH A Oo.
ILLINERV k MANTUA-MAKING.
Mmt.ii Prterman ft T.nridn have associated
the mseivea ti g -t her for th purpose of csr.
nlngoo the Millinery and Man'ua.Msktng
l.u-oiefS. Tlnyaie no op-Ling a hand
some and f-hi.n.altle stock o' Fail a. d W u,
1. r U..111.M . Hal. R Ilium.. Flow. rs. Fenlll
er-, k -., which bave beeu selected witb
By lo'g rx.-erlence and by giving strict
atit ntion 10 bit-iiie-s tliey hope to ni. rlt a
ntiam of I he pu'dic paifonsge. They intend
to sell gisids a low aa au house.
Pariii-uiar aiteuiiou paid to cutting and
m ko g D sa- s.
Ko djs al the Viig'n i II ns.
L A. PE RMAN.
Mrs B'tilt? Gallaway Is now receiving her
fall and wiuier coods lor 1808 embracing
sm-h articles as are usually found In her line.
Sua ro urns her thanks lor tornier pau
ronsge and lega a eoutlimanct) of the same.
She will oen her aiork on Friday, Oct.
23, 1868, ronsisting of bouuets, bais and
pHiiein-, to wti cn aim invites ,the attention
ol lbs ladies and p-ict'C generally.
JISSOLUriON OF PARINERSUP.
The partnership heretofore ex's'ln under
the si v In and Omul LYO 4 JONES, at
Sna-U Crei k, Scott eoumy, V., i una day
riUsolvnd b mu nl consent. All parties
Indebted to the. alore-aid A in will c -me
forward and s. Itle at nnee. with II Lyon
A I pets holding onr hills and n ie- will
c-me forward ai oneeanrt rweite payment.
This, toe 10th of Oelolier, 1H68.
Oi t. l-4t W. D. JoNKS.
gTATE LINE LAND AGESCV.
WOOD, BAILEY & CO.,
General Agents for the Buying. Selling,
Renting mill Leasing of
Of every description, iu South West Va.
and East lenu.
LAW OFFICE OF J. H. WOOD,
Hhisi I. V t K -
tear MO SALE ! MO CHARGE ! !
For itUveniMng or ti-outne. ttiiun sales
are effected, a cotiimissiou of 5 per cent,
will be charged on amount of sales. Circu
lars innucd muntlily, giving minute descrip
lions of nil properly iu our hands. Cor
J H. WOOD. President,
J. A. Templctini, Secretary,
1). F. Bailey, Treasurer.
sept 11 -4m
LAND AGENCY OF VIRGINIA,
LOCAL PARI NEK AT
Bristol - Goodson,
niillS old, reliable aud sureessful Real Es
X tats Agency has established
A I'KRM ANKNT OFFIOK AT
Mr. E. B. MrChuiahan takes plrtsure in
inforniiug all persons desirous of disposing
FAKMS. TIMBER or MINERAL LSNDS,
MILLS OR MILL, hi I K. AMI)
That ba will be found at all limes at bis
office formerly Col. McLiu's All wishing
to pl ica into market their property under
the auspices ot ins
THE PIEDMONT LAND AGENCY OF
N-. 578 11 one unit i-n in the town of
Bloiintviiie. ll 'U-e co ta ns nve ruoius,ie
well Blushed and painted, Willi wardrobes
ai rt t-np ooania..
f ... .n ai.i1 a hair irrtl. ff.-ntli
S .uili s oiie, in flan i-ond'i'O'i, g'ssl t.aiU'al
. r I .. ..b......l
ao t, uuni r g' o it nci , tun ..n" y
In Iron sail tirnamen a1 rei . A g -oil ci.
..... 14 1-. .1... o MI..I tin d'ameii r n r.
ly tli.i.l .d In one I ui.dreii yai.la.a a well
1.1 aol t Hriii warr. P'lci 150 O r
laird cay. l-alsuce rt and Iwelva saontba.
JOSEPH B. ANDERSON & CO.1
Sign of the 'RED FLAG."
CFrE . 1U.UUO l)i'LL.h n 0R1 M OF
NEW AND FASHIONABLE GOODS
At Reduced Priiie
WHOLK8ALK AND 11F.TAIL,
JU4T teeetved l.om New ToikJ con.
sisting In part of Latest Styles of
Woollen A Delaine
Dress G s)d,
All Wool, Fancy,
A Solid Delaines,
10 to IS cents.
Jackonct snil Swiss .
Skirt Ruffles, Cuffs, Coll sis, Silk Laees,
Frot l'luinp, fors-tre,
JEWELRY ! JEWELRY 1 1
Gold Ear Bcbs, in setts.
Finger Rings, ,
Silver Plated Forks,
Tea k Suit Spoons.
MKNS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Cloth Dress Coats,
Fancy Pants, '
Coats and Pants,
FLANNEL AND GAUZE SlllKTS,
' " " DUAWEItS
Plush Hats, ,
Of HATS I
Caps, Boots & Shoes,
Of all grades snd qualities.
MEDICINES. Oils, Paints, Dye-stuffs,
Kerosene Oil and Lamps, Chimneys,
Wi ks, Plates Cups and Saucers, TunibUrs.
Tureens Dishes China Setts, Mirrors Limps
School Books : Sterling's, Goodrich's, and
McGufTy's Series, Latin Books Arithmetics
Grammar Dictionaries Histories Paper
Pens Ink Slates Religious Works. 6 Dozen
New Edition of Fowler's Arithmetio for the
rpilE largest Stock of Hardware in the
L Market. Carpenters' Tools Picks Axes
Sh vels Steel Augurs Chisels Socks Hinges
Sadler's Tools Shoe Findings Lasts Humes
Chains Collars Bridles Saddles Mill and Cut
Surs Anvils Pump CLains Wheels Boxes
OA AAA BAR "nJ Tire Iron' 20,00
(wUUJU assorted Castings, Hay rakes,
Gram Drills, The Famous Watt Plow, Mill
Irons, Circular Saws and Mandrels, Old
Anchor Bolting Cloths to order.
TEAS, SPICES, PEPPER, SODA,
HARNESS, UPPER SOLE & LEATHER,
Machine Oil, Gum Beltings,
ITUtCIT Cans, Improved Preserving Fluid,
; Paper Hangings and Screens.
t OrtttEC I EL) wfcEKLY BV
Joseph R. Anderson & Co.
APPLES, dried per bu. 1 SO
APPLES, Green, 60
BACON hog round, 18
BUTTER, , 30
BEANS, white. 1 50
BUCKWHEAT, per bushel, 75
BERRIES, dried, black, per lb. 15
do " wbortle, ' 15
do " Rasp, " .0
COFFEE. Rio, 24a28
CHEESE, country, 12al5
CHICKENS, 15a M
COTTON YARNS, perb'cL, 216
CIIEKK1ES, dried, pr lb 10s2j
DOMESTICS, 13u 18
FLOUR, per sack, 4,50a5,OO
FLAX LINEN, per yard, 2i
HONEY, pr. gal. ' 1,40
JEANS, country, per yard, 75
LEATHER, upper. Coa7U
do sols 31a34
LINEN, tow, 20
Ml ILASSES, Sorgham, 10
ONIONS, per bus. .75
PEACHES, unpealed, per bu. a 60
do pealed, per bu, 0u
POTATOES, Irish, 60
do sweet, t
RY E. 90
SOAP, couutry, Ort
SUGAR, brnwu, Mala
do loaf, ;ll
SEEDS, flu 1, per bushal, , I 00
do timothy, per bushel, 50U
do clover, 10 00
do vet-green 1,60
SOCKS, yarn, " 3035
V IN Eli Alt. 25
WHEAT, red, 150175
do whits lOUulH.)
WOOL, waslied, Si
do unwashed, Ih
do imIIs, CO
JR. ANDEKON WILL. aELL AT
100 Hags Rio CofTae, 23, 26, and 17 cents.
35 Itlil. Cuna k P rio RicoSu.ar, 1 3
tW Pieces Fancy Piliiis, 9 to 14 tents,
lO'i Kea N ills, assorted l l-i,
50 Pieces BleacM SMrtinis,
10.000 Yards DOMESTICS,
1 A DOZEN Hoop..kirts, Paper Collars.
J.V Billons Thread BraidsUloves Mpelle's
60 CASES BOOTS AND SHOES,
10 HULS. MOLASSES.
ALL ieriM'Ua o-de ted to J. R Anderson
will conler stiecial lavor lu errauf the
paxni'-utt f their debts al an early nay.
()n.g 10 the uncertain state ol political
(Tor, aud a Ouaucial crash inevitable, wa
don'l want t o any one, nor any peraon
Ui own ua We III lake all kinds of pro
duce at ess1 prices on au itelits dun ua snd
le pe a word to the w -, Lu vl.li Io gel out
. debl, aill le Hllfli 'lent.
WILL pay cash for Wheat, Oats and Rys
at Israel vauie. 1 il' 111
JOS. R. ANDERSON k C0'8.,
ag I , f
OOI) TIME IS MONEYI
HENRY C. CALDWELL, -
WATCH MAKER AND
lirintol dooilnon, I'm. ,t 2'm.,
Repairs all kinds of fiuo Watches witb neat
ness and care Duplex and Chronometer
Escapements carefully repaired and adjus
ted. Having had
A I.llV-lliite Exi?rlMte-
In the llualnoaa,
In tbs principal cities of the United Htate,
1 am enabled 10 execute wnrk in good work
manlike manner, on more favorable terms
than it enn be done for in any of tbe large
cities, and I flutter myself that my work
for the last two years has rendered satisfac
tion to all who have extended ma their pat
ronags, and is of itself a recommendation.
Thankful for past patronage, I respectfully
solicit a contiuuanre nf the same.
will also nnsi-n
FINE WATCHES AND TIME-PIECES
Of every Description, from the best estab
lishments, hoth iu Europe ami America, on
the shortest notice ; and will keep, as here
tofore, a well selected and assorted Stock
of the best
SPECTACLES, EYE-GLASSES. AC, iC.
Flne Itrnziliati I'enblc,
In (sold mill hilvvr Frames,
Cheaper than they can be had in any of tbs
First CliM Establishments of the Northern
Cities. Coins snd frv me.
Aug. 14.tf HENRY C CALDWELL.
DIRSi CHANCEAULEIE'S SCBOCL
millS SCHOOL WILL OPEN
-L St tfrmbr 7, 1R6S.
And close Juna 18 h, l.X9. The term will
embrace two Sessions ol' twenty weeks.
Term prr Sestiunt
Orthography, K-'tiig, Writing, Primary
AritlimHtii-. ami G -"('aphv, . - (ft 60
Arithmetic, (English Grammar, Geogrnphy,
History, First Lessons in English Composi
Higher English Branches, - . - 12fil5
Latin aud French, each, . . . 10.00
Mii-iic on Piano aud Guitar, each, 20.no
1 Contingent Fee, i,jt)
No deductions made except in cases o
TERMS-Onn-half pa able in advance,
the other at close of the sea-inn.
Having procured ibe aid of competent
as-istants, we are prepared to receivd all
who may wi-h to patronlxa the. school.
B'.erd ran be had on real.. liable terms in
Aug. 14, IStiS If.
CASH STORE !
I. B. DUNN & C
Auk. 1st, 18G.
NEW: SERIES ! NEW GOOES ! !
A Nts S ORE bUILUI.xG.
UK patrons wilt remember we sell for
PAY DOWN ONLY.
Our motto is one price lor "pay iu bund"
only. One Store, One Flag ! No credit at
WE intend to work upon this principle
aud no other, and a-k our friends to
test our prices. We can't he undersold
and the pay down principle sustains us !
We don't profess to sell at c ist. We are
working for a profit-by selliti)- our goods
low; and getting the pay. , We can sell
cheaper than nny Credit House, who makes
his payiug customer; foot lis bills of bad
ertdit's. Vev invite all buying for Cash or
Produce to examine for themselves.
Our stock is made up of all goods kept
in a mixed, mercantile business, to wit;
ANEW and beautiful asnrttucul of
Lawns, Camhrics, Jackonetts and
Voutiiua; Grenadines, Deluincs, Deba
gvs. Alpacas, Poplins, etc., etc,
100 pieces new styles Prints,
from 10 to 18 for best.
3-4, 7-8, 4 6, 5 4. and 10 4
Brown and Blenched Cottons from
12 to the very best. Paper Cambrics,
Brown, Black, and all colored Cambrics,
Check Muslins, Jacknnetts. Wiggins,
Book, Mull and Swiss Muslins,
Cotton Pl-i'ds 11 ml Dinner.
A FULL LINE OF NOTIONS,
DRh 1 HU I iO.Ns 4 I KIM.VU.M-a,
LA' ES AND FR I.L'NGS,
NOTUllM) AND I'LAlN 1JKA1DS,
COILS AND CHIGNONS.
C DATES' Stafford's, Green A Daniel's,
Clark's, aud all standard Brands of
Spool Thread aud all colors ; French and
vM-shvs' un 1 Luii' iii Nil colors,'
HATS & CAPS,
BOHiSfi'fS, ALL STYLES,
LADIES' HATS AND TRIMMINGS,
CLOVES, I N A L L STYLES,
FOR MEN AND BUYS,
Boots and Shoes,
Of all stales nud best quality,
NO 1'Al'ER SUOKS SOLD UKUE!
Drug", Oils, Paints, lyestuH's, Groceries,
None but genuine art elea kept,
SHOVELS, SPADES, AXES, BUCKETS,
FORKS, NAILS, CASTINGS,
Tanner's and Kerosene Oil,
CALL and Look het'oru you buy ; and re
member we sell your servant or child
as low as if you were present. We invite
those buying fur money to givo us a c.ill.
IV AN I tl : Hour, W11e.it. Oats, Corn,
B.tcuo, Lard, Halter j Eggs, Chickeus, ic,
fur.whioh we give the ruling market pries,
AT DUNN'S "HED FLAG."
.IC7 REMEMBER WE HAVE TOE
SAME OLD RED FLA0-
X IH'ilWgiala A. Apullii'cnrle,
Ous donr fsit of the Thomas Houss,
HIO.V OF THE 11KD HO UTAH
Have just leceivedauJ will continue to bs
supplied with a lull -iocs ol all i uelei per
taming ts their line of busiueat, melt aa
Paints, Varnisnea, Brusher,
Lamps. O.Is, Perfumery, Toilet
Articles fur tho Hair, Tselh, and Skiu,
Rrmidic and Whiskeys,
W iuituf tits brst anJ niml brsad,
TOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES
i'iu;si Kir rots
And Ordtrs from Country 1'bysiciauiiatis-
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Gools, Wares, ani MerclandisB,
AND PURCHASE!! BOIV OASII,
AW) EXCUAKQK for ooods.
All Kinds of Country. Produce,
Corner Main and Front Streets,
BRISTOL GOODSON, VA. fc TENN.
WW. JAMES HAS NOW ON HAND
. aud daily receiviug and offering for
sale, at wholesale and retail, on of tks
LARGEST AND MOST VARIED
SIOCK Or' OOODS
la this Country, sousisting, io part, as
10.000 yds. Brown Domestics, 10 la 20 sta.
1.000 do. Blenched du II ' 2ft "
OOU do. Bed Ticking, X5 " t0 "
HOOdo.I.inseysand Flannels, 20 " CO "
500 do. Kentucky Jeans, 'ii " 74
J 00 do. t.'assitiette, CO " $1.50
10.000 do. Calicoes. 8 " ' 181
Drilling, Fine Brown Domestic. Irish Liusa,
Plniu and Plaid Muslins, Jaconetta,
Cambrics, Handkerchiefs, Ulovcs,
Hosiery, Belts, Shirts, Shirt
Bosoms, Table. Linen aud Oil
Cloths, Ladies' Hoop
Skirts, from CO els.
a LajtOK stock ot
Trnuks, Railroad and
Carpet Bags, Umbrellas,
Saddles, Bridles, Girths, Watches.
Clocks, Glass, Putty, Nnils, Paint.i,
Oils, Indigo, Dye-stuffs, Madder, Copperas,
Hemlock Sols Leather,
.'0,000 pounds . ,
'J, 000 pounds Bristol
30,000 pouuds Carter
and JuUnsan Co. Bar Iran,
2,000 pounds Roll e J
Iron, of all aiiss anil kinds,
Two-horse Wagon Boxes,
Dt-rew Plates, Auvila, Vices,
Bellows, Cast aud Blister Steel,
Hoop Iron, Cua Uillli,
Aud Pateut Plows, As.
2,000 Biirbip 2 B
aud 21 Bu-hel Bars. ic. As.
ALL KINDS OF GOODS
Usually touiui iu stores iu this Ceunty,
which he is determined to sell
AT A SMALL ADVANCE FOR CASH,
Or Produce Paid Down.
Merchants desiring to replenish their
Stocks are respectfully invited t. examius
Wheat, rioui, tiacoo, Laru, Feathers.
Wool. Beeswax, Dried Peaches and Annies.
tieuseug. Snake Root, Tallow, Butler, Dry
lliues tor which a lair price will be paid in
Cash and Goods at cash prices, Wholesa
Bristol Goodson, W. W. JAMES.
Vug. 1 1HUS.
TALIAFERRO, HURT & JSROS.,
Licensed Seal Estate Brokers,
uKEitE AT lilt
LAW OFFICE OF W. M. TALIAFRRO,
II(OPOSB TO SELL REAL ESTATE IN
Parties wishing to purchase lands in this
section, or those d-mmui of selling, will
call nt the above-mentioned office, or upon
tne mercantile nrm or Hurt It Uros., at the
Depot, at Ahingdou. Va.
vv. m. 1 ALiArruuo,
F. B. HURT,
W F. HURT,
W. W HURT.
AT OFFICE OF
TORK it riLUUIISOX,
March 27, 18ti8-tf.
W r Moos.. W. B, WILLtlHS
MOON k WILLIAMS,
RUHSON'S NKW BUILDING,
H ive just purciiimed a strictly No, 1 stock
of (jonds, aud offer them to their friends al
greatly reduced figures, fur Cash or gooo
produce of nil kinds.
We have secured the services of out
friend Win. H. Hubert un, as saltsuisu
who will be pleased to see his friends.
Don t wait to see our large advertiremrn
next week. aug21lf
OPPOSITE THE VA. DEPOT.
Fr-li liri'ud evi-ry day n
TEEP constautly on baud all kinds of
-L Cukes. Parties and weddiegs fur
nished at short notice. Cakes Iced and Or
namented. Candies of all kind of our own
manufacture, Vholesals and Retail.
Nuts, Riisini, Figs, Citron, Shelled Al
monds, Currants, Preserved Ginger, Oysters
aud Pine Apples in cans. Lemon Syrup,
and everything usually kept iu a Confec
tionery. Uive us a call.
E. KUIINERT k SON.
April 17 ly
H. HsBMSLiao. iGxo. IUsnsliss.
L-la "f Vs. A Tenn. R, R.
Irjr Goods, ro''l It a, Hard
ware. Booia, Shoes, Hats, Keroaeue
Oil, Lamps. Chimneys, Salt,
Iron and Casticgs.
All kinds nf
COUNTRY PRODUCE WANTED.
For which wa will )ay the bighait market
Ws return thanks to our friends and
the puhiis generally for the liberal patrouags
bestowed, aud hope by close applisstiou to
ou-iness to share a portion their future
Aug lltf H ARMEMNQ BROS.
marion rocndky and machine
MARION. SMV rilECO, VA.
All kinds of dialings kept oa band or
mads promptly to order. We hare a large
variety of I'ait.ms for Water Wheels and
Mi. I Gearing and pay espacul altsution lu
that branch of our business.
O. G. UOODKLL It 0:
feiUih, or UVUDa FoR BALE.
I have for sale, at tbs -tore-house lately
occupied by 0. P. Crouch, & Co., a oosa
pleta stock of very dsslrahlo Merchandise,
suvh as Diy Goods, Boots snd Mrov bard
wars. Drugs, py Stuffs. This is an excel
lent opportunity fur any panieu wish tig to
Commence business, or desiriug to add 'to
their stock, as thess goods are entirely uew.
Ws will sell on time for approved psper.
Merchants ars lames' to call I will offer
great inducements. -B: B. McOlsskhaN,
oil 23. M AsafgneSL
B1.1CLAIR k CO..
No, (1 Light Street!
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS and
Growers and Importers of
GARDEN and FIELD SEEDS,
Offer to the Farmers and Merchants of Ttn
' uessee the following Laboring-Saving
Machinery and Implements, vit :
Horse-Power Corn Sheller,
With and without Fan.
Virginia Hand and
Double and Single Spout
Sinclair's Patent .
Screw Propeller aud Masticator.
Fodder, Ilsy and Straw Cutters.
Corn and Cob Cruihsn:
Planta ion Grist Mills.
Hay Presses, 0t Yokes
Cider aud Wins Mills,
Farmers' Saw Benches,
Threshers and Cleaners,
Wheat and Guano
Plows all Patterns.
Plow and Machine Castings.
st.n ir. ts for the
Self-Rake Reaper and.Mawer,
And MONITON MOWER.
All of whbh will bs sold at tks LOW
EST CASH PRICE.
cot 23. tf.
YYTALTEl1 CROOK, Ja.
220 West Baltimore St ,
Msnufscturer and Dealer in
and Upholstery Goods.
Window 6tades, all styles.
EVT WHOLESALE HOUSE.
To) the Merchants of Esst Tennesse
Northern Georgia, Western Norili
Carolina and Virginia t
WE ARE -NOW OPENING IN
Ault's HEW BLOCK of Btiildioga.
A Lai go and well aetected Stock of
Boots, Shoes, Hats,
CAFS, SHOE FINDINGS,
TRUNKS AND UMBRELLAS.
THO which we most respectfully call your
X aiileniion. Our Slock has been pur
eiiard with the Cash from Hist hands, snl
we t an and will cell as lo or lower than
iih sime giHiits ran tw purchased in Near
Y"rk- Wo mean wtit w hay, sn l only
a-k hujrrs in -l and see U to lie convill.
mat asM-rt nothing but what we tau do.
A. OHMS WH. II. BKARDSS.
GAI1TES & CO.
No. 04 'iy St., Kuoxville, Tauo.
Dsas Sta : This little scroll will inform
ynu that this New and Elegant Hotel is loca
tsd at the Depot, and is now open to the
public for patronage.
All the comforts usual in first-class Ho
tels may be realised here.
If you wish to spend a few days In out
city, you will find it pleasant to atop at this
Good attention, good fare, and reason
able bill, always 011 hand.
Counseled ii a first-class Bar and Barber
Meals at all hours, to suit guests.
Bnggnge free of cliurgo.
ACTON YOUNG, Prop'r.
June 12, 18t8.-tf
LEU A L A U VER TISMEXTS,
N 0 T I C E J
PURSUANT to a decree ut the Oircuit
Court of Washington county, prououna
ed iu the case of Stuart, Buchanan & Co.,
vs. Jolnuuu, Brewer & Co., lbs nudersigti-
fl miI.ii wn . ni.niiilMil u n.,mmiii.i, .,.
tbs piirpo-a. H. proceed to sell oa the 30 U
day of December, I8U8, oa the premises in
Uoodsou, Lot 163, the property of L. F.
Johnson, situated on the north side of Main
street, bounded on ths west by Beaver ereek
and an the East by the property owned by
F. B. 4 8. F. Hurt. This lot has a buili
mg upon it with two good store rooms in It.
Terms. Sis months ersdit with interest
from date, the purchaser giving bond with
goodseourity. JOHN W. JOHNSON,
O. t. 1 188. 4t Commissions.
ALL poisons lu leLitud to l. T. Lancaster,
dvo'd, or ta the firm of R T. Lancaster k Co.
by bond or otherwise, are requested to coma
forward aud pay up, or their claims will ba
placed iu tbo Lund of an, utlwer for colleo
lii.li Tim. h.viiiB- cli.itiw .i.iiu.yl itt.
will baud theui in al onee.
Adm'rof Estate vfR. T. Lancaster, dec'd.i
VIRGINIA 1 At Rules held iu the Clerk's
office of the Circuit Court of Tatswell
county, on 1st Monday in October, lt8.
Jamas R. Doak, coinpl'l., 1
agiiiust In Chaaesry.
Alex. R. Beavers, II. R. Bo-
gle. A. J. Seabull, defend'ts. J
The object of this suit ia to recover f
the Det'eudaul, A. H. Beavsrs, the sum of
VJ.M, with the Irgal interest on 10 part
thereof, from ths Sr.l day of August, "Vil
aud lejil interest on 6.) anotli.r ps
tberaof, from lls lit U da' nf Fehrnary
Ibis, aud Irgil intere-t ou 9U& lit rest
dua thereof, from ths 1st d y of. 1
lH',0 .. I (.lli.. I.. iI.a n.i-ni.i.l lli-v-M
ths money owing by the defendants, II. It.
Bogls and A. J. Suabolt to their cn-dfiul.
ant, A' R. Bjavvrs. Au affidavit baving
been mads aud fikd that the dufaiKlaat,
A. R. Bsavera, ia rut a reaidvut of Uia
Htate, he is reipiired to appear Jmia
Within one month fi om the dus puhlicstina
hereof, and do wli it is usees -a ry to prvttct
bis iiilerest iu this suit.
A sopy lusts.
OaiH lia J. D. AI.KX ANDKR, D. C.