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FEIDAY, June. 14, 1872.
I. C. FOWLER, Editor,
.Vovrr.s-. -1 'A-::? t ('. -?r o onthnriz
rd audits to o .''" (t.-! v -c'jrtjor nub
g-ri!itii to thr. NEWS at lTnion
Ti an. Partir dfiiriit?f to foilitscribc
van rufcr their club Hi at the
I'luraiifaycoud rata ci'er ojjlred in th!s
Messrs. CJrifft.v & Hokf:.tan
Newspaper Advertising Agent?, X:.
4 Houth Strct't, Baltimore, Md., are
duly authorised to contract for adver
tisements at our lowest rates. Adver
tisers in thai City are requested to
loave their favors with this house.
Ca.jwleie Fi'e of the BRISTOL NEWS mzy .alwayi
H e found ai the eiFicps of
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
dvcrtisiti? A-Jt's, 40 & 41 Park Row, New Yo'k
Who are authorized toreprecviit us in that city.
To the lroiIe of Trunr.scr.
la response to the expression of a popular
upire, sufficiently general aui influential to
eoatrol r.iy act"; a in the ni.-.ttcr, I hereby
nnnoar.t c inyFclf a candidate for the office of
Tudp:e of the Supreme Court, made vacant
lv the rei;n.ifu-.i of II.tti. T. A. K. Nelson.
r.let:.on firrd Thursday in Ai:jr:Ft, Tieyt.
j. n. cooke.
W'k arc authorize! to announce Col. fi?:o.
K. ?.I'l.Kl.LANof .Sullivan county, na can
didate for Congress, fro:u tlie Crbt Tcnuet:cc
YVc are nutlio-.-i7.cl to announce Cnjt. L.
II.'Dkxxy, ks a Candidate ti Represent the
County of Sullivan in the next Legislature
of Tenner see. Aprils.
April 2.)rd 172.
Emtor r.iiiSToi, Nkws:
I)i:ak Sin: From expressions
find solicitations through the press and
otherwise, sufficient to control my
action in the premise?, I hereby an
nounce myself a Candidate to repre
sent the 2nd Senatorial District in the
next legislature of tlie State. Subject
however to the action of a nominating
Convention, if it should become iec
essary. Respectful I v,
jj. g. Mcdowell.
Resistant to Grsclsy is 0e
disr.cs to Grant
A la SVarisInirjf.
In the midst of the storm and flood
of Friday evening last, tve left upon
a flying trip to the pleasant and an
cient village -of Pcari.-b;:rg - in the
New Kiver Valley. Under the pleas
. ant conductorship of dpt. James
IIufTman of the A. M. k O. 11. E.,
we had every comfort of modern rail
way travel extended us in that cour
teous manner so characteristic of him.
And it is a pleasant digression to say
that after an acquaintance of twelve
years duration with him we cannot
point to an instance when he failed of
performing pleasantly a single duty.
Pausing for a few hours slumber at the
Dublin Hotel, hept by Capt. J. 11.
Ihintap, we left on Saturday, A. 31.,
to cross the mountain chains which
stretch along the border of Pulaski
and Giles. A finer country pike road
has not survived the war and the fine
state of repair in which we found it,
is creditable to the Stockholders. It
is worth an untold amount to the peo
ple of Giles, who seem alive with a
commendable energy in all their pub
lic nutters. Capt. Dunlap of Dublin
renders to the public an important
service by keeping on hand, and fur
nishing at fair rates an excellent hack
for the accommodation of persons
crossing the couutiy.
At Pcarisburg we found a season
not more" than ten days later than
that of Dristol. The crops were
looking well, but we heard complaints
of the cold and tardy advent of sum
mer. We were pleased to meet Mr.
A. L. Fry of the Gazette which seems
to be flourishing under his manage
ment. We found him engaged in the
erection of a new office on his own
lot and were pleased but by no means
surprised to hear him spoken of by
the people whom he serves so effici
ently as a most excellent and popu
lar gentleman. An agreeable feature
of his recent misfortune is the fret
that the editorial arm came unharmed
out of his base balT assault on the
bise of angel's best. The left arm
was yet in the sling made necessary
by the serious dislocation of the
The New River narrow gunge road J
is now engaging the attention of the
people of Giles. If built, and we
have hopes of it, it will give to the
county an era of prosperity, undream
cd of in ihe past and to the good old
town of Pcarisburg a degree of vigor
never before realized. Congress has
rcccutly ordered a survey and estimate
for the improvement of New Ilivcr
from the Lcadiuincs in Wythe to the
mouth of Greenbrier in W. Va., and
we have more confidence in this
S':liemc than the one last alluded to.
The Temperance cause has swept
the county. Not one of its citizens
will be licenced to sell the ardent, of
which not a drop can be had in either
Newport or Pearisburg. The ladies
of the former place sent up to the
last court a remonstrance against the
prayer of one of its citizcus for li
cence, and of course they prevailed.
t)nSa:urday evening the "last two"
came into the fold. To name them
would be to magnify unduly the im
portance and good consequences ot
their s.irrender, but it sent the breth
ren to the breach once more, and
though there was not a rebel left to
conquer, they bought up the brandy
peaches of the town, and promise to
"burn" them. We suggest that
they sa:p them to Bristol to be burn-
cd as the Editor of the Netcs cannot
use anything stronger than tea ami
will see them properly disposed of.
Wi; publish elsewhere a call upon
i a candidate for Congress, Several
calls hate been made oa him, but he
! his not ret determined to run for
j the position. The Governor is
known as a Congress man for his en
ergy, and his attention to the inter.
jests of his constituents, and about
the only object ion to him, is the
fact that he has had largely of the
honors of this district. The Neics
is yet wholly uncommitted, either
for or against the present aspirants.
We presume a convention will be
necessary, but the Stale Convention
which is to meet in Richmond on the
27th, will have first to untie the par
ty from the present wholly impracti
cable method of electing delegates
If Washington County should offer a
suitable candidate, we expect to fa
vor his election, but in any event,' we
await ihc further development of the
Tkc 1st Tciiii. District.
There are several new aspirants
for the nomination for Congress, in
the 1st District, and a convention
becomes more and more a necessity.
In Sullivan alone, there seems little
probability of an adjustment of the
field, as between Messrs. IIayr.es and
McCl.cllan, and already a third aspi
rant can be heard of. In Hawkins,
we hear of a candidate, and in Carter
we hear of another. In the absence
of proper action on the part of the
State Executive Committe, we recom
mend that the people of Sullivan,
meet at Dlountville on next Court
day, and elect delegates to a Conven"
tion to be held at Greenville, on the
2nd of August, to nominate a man
capable of redeeming the character
of the District.
We arc at a late hour, in receipt of
a manuscript from Dr. Peoples,
A-hich from its great length, we are
in the present pressure of the busi
ness of our oflkc, unable even to read
now. We are not able to consume
such an amount of space, on a sub
jeet which after the 3th of Ju'y next
will no longer exist. The democratic
party will not nominate a democrat,
and then Dr. Peoples will vote with
us for Greeley, and against Grant.
Tin; Pcarisburg Guzetle, asks
where the brandy is obtained with
which to make brandy peaches, and
suggests that it has been used to em
balm the dead. Mr. Fry is mista
ken. It is obtained by disembalm-
in;i the living. The manufacturers
just take a regular old toper and tap
him about the abdominal region, and
it is caught in vessels, much like
the sugar water from the maple and
cum from the rubber tree.
The Big Bend Tunnel near Mouth
of Greenbrier, W. Va., on the C. &
0. 11. R., has at last been bored
through. It is one and a quarter
miles in length. There arc yet lack
ing about seventy miles, from Gau
ley Bridge, to White Sulphur, of work
to complete the line through the two
Mit, Charley Tore ray of Carter,
went to'the Philadelphia Convention,
and of course M as swindled out of his
pocket book, which contained $G3. He
called "Police," and got the mon
ey, but had to "pitch" a twenty dol
lar bill to the brother who got it and
who doubtless stole it also.
Uxii:n the Bankrupt law as now
ruled in Virginia the snug sum of
S 3.000 is allowed the party
obtaining his discharge, provided he
had that amount unencumbered by
liens, judgments, Ac.
We have from Rev. Wm. Robe
son, a somewhat lengthy explanation
touching our review of the debate, on
the use of instrumental music, in
Churches and Sabbath Schools. It
will appear in our next.
Wi; hope our friends in L;e &
Scott will hurry up with right of way.
When that is conceded, we get the
Cumberland Gap R. R., not sooner.
Goodson given the right of way throug
out its corporate limits.
Got Hi Deserts nt Last.
F. 12. U. Lindsay, known to fame as
the proprietor of Egyptian corn and
other swindles, was sentenced last
week at Abingdon, to ten years con
finement in the penitentiary for rob
tina: the mails -VaWou Herald.
Twelve Per Cent.
The amendmcnt'of the Constitution
of Virginia, reducing the legal rate of
interest to six per cent, has carried
by a verylarge vote.
We have something from the Boston
Gitire of a rather stunning character.
That paper has a telegram from Phil
adelphia expressing a doubt whether
Butlek will support Wilson. He
kdpt away from the Philadelphia
Convention, that he might not be
bound by its action, and a ticket
which has the names of both Grant
and Wilson may be more than his
deglutition is equal to.
This raises an apprehension that
he meditates joining the Greeley
host. Well, he'takes us at a disad
vantage. We do not read that the
Apostles, when they cast their nets
and drew in such multitudes that two
shins were loaded at a single draft,
rejected any ; and as wc set out in the
snmc enlarged. Catholic and apostolic
spirit, we shall be obliged, for con
science sate, to wink at the sea-Leist,
if lie thrusts himself into our ret.
To Hon. F. McMnUi:
Sn:: The time being near at
hand when it will devolve upon the
voters of the Congressional Dktt rct,
to call upon someone oi the nnracroTis
able and capable men residing there
in, to become a candidate for Con
gress, we have taken the liberty of
txpressin our high appreciaticn of your
past services as a legislator and repre
sentative in Congress, and coinciding
in the main with yon in the views
entertained and expressed in this and
other counties last fall, npou State pol
icy and National subjects, we urgent
ly request you to announce yourself a
candidate, subject to the action of a
convention gotten up on the 'ilich
mond plan," if it is deemed that a
convention is necessary.
Positions of this sort bcisg "neith
er to be sought or declined."" we
trust that you will respond favorably
to the '"call" thus made upen yoit it
being our deshe to have a "repre
sentative in Congress" rather than a
William Hutton, Leonard Ilutton
Alfred P. Flcenor, Joel Kay lor.
William Eads, Len. Jackson. Wil
liam Dugher. Isaac Fickle, Peter
Leonard Ficle,Jokn Countiss, Jo.
seph White, Leonard Booker, Thos.
Worii'y, Jno. Worley, Joseph W.
Woiley, Robert Eads, Jno. Jack
son, James R. Jackson, Thornton
Bowman, Elkany Large. David R.
Barrett, Wm. M. Barrett. A. D
Gobble, Wm. K. Elds, J. Meade,
Charles. J. Kingston. J. C. South,
Z.ichariah Jordon, Jno. C. 31 ink.
Wm.Tillson, Jacob Mink, Wm.
Montgomery, Peter W. Mink; Jno.
C. Rush, Geo. Fields, Joel Horn,
Jason Chapman, E. II. Fleenor,
Daniel Kaylor, J. W. Kaylor. Jas
C. Pippin, Jno. Fullon, Wm.
A. Keith, Zachariah Crabtrec,
Wm. V. Fleenor, Jas. 1). Layne,
J a L o a d, Thos. Moore, N. E
The Only Chance of Success.
The New York Herald thus con
cludes a .long article reviewing the
political situation : "Nothing but an
opposition coalition Democrats in-
deluded will suffice to make an ini
"pression against Quant and Wil
"son; and the only available basis
"for such a coalition now is the inde
pendent, joint-stock, liberal ticket
"of Greeley and Urov.n."
The friends of Grant see this and
tremble. Why cannot all his onpo
ncnts see it as clearly? Those Dem
ocrats who still talk about a third
ticket must either be stouc-blind or
else must desire Grant's election.
Grant's only hope of success is
through the nomination of a Demo
cratic ticket- Let the Baltimore
Convention adjourn without nomina
ting a third ticket and all Radicalism
will be in despair. They will feel
that their doom is scaled. Richmond
J. C. iSs . "WM. BURROW,
MAPS, CHARTS, PRINTS,
Manufacturers of every size and style of
A 200 ITIaiu Street.
Wholesale Trice List sent to Dealers on ap
plication- General Southern Depoi lor
Agents and Pedlars Esplics. Goods Bent
C. 0. D.
14 x 18 inches in size.
The Deitdi Fed of Ucu. Iee.
Tlie I.ot ( anw,
en. I.f at " Slonewnll'i) CirRvo,"
, Orath of "Stonewall " Jarkoou,
l;-oriitloit of Ihc HUet of tcn. Lee
'I he Iturninjk of ltic.'g;o
I'mireFiri'Sot Ihe Urrat IV est.
nv of tli 1.ovo P.ItI.OR KXfiKAVIXGS Mt to
liny part of the United St;tf, pox?-pfiilt on receipt
of 20 Onls each, or the entire 7 for only $1.
Address Orders to the Fixe Art Emporium
of J. C. & W. M. DUUUOW,
210 M.iin Street, Briistol, Tcnn.
jg"Send for ourCattlueoEngravinfrs,
riiotographp, Charts, uooks. He. j2o-tf.
istew o-ooids jj:
. FOB SPBiHG TB1BS.
We are now receiving our first pur
chase of SPRING GOODS, we will
continue for the next thirty days to
open our Spring Stock. Receiving
fiO pieces new style Prints.
50 pieces Brown and Bleached Domes
15 pieces Ky Janes Denims and Boys
Bleach and Brown Drill, Cambrics,
Lawns and Jackonets.
3. i, 4-4 fine Brown Muslins.
10-4 and 5-4 Sheeting and Pillow Slip
ijoods, pool 111 read, Corsetts, Al
pacas, Delaines and a nice line of
10O0 pair Ladies, Gents, Misses nnd
Jioys felloes in all styles, bought from
the Manufacturers, and sold at Job
bers prices ; our line of Shoes is the
best we have ever offered, and lower
than before sold. No Shoddy work.
A splendid stock Gents and Boys Hats,
J63FWait and see our selection of
Ladies Goods we will receive in a few
days all the new styles of Ladies dress
CJoods in every style quality, and
cheaper than before sold.
Terms Cash or Produce in liand.
80 Sacka Liverpool Salt just to hand
I. B. DUNN & CO.
April G, tf 1
SENEKER & BRO.,
WHOLESALE RETAIL DEAL
FOREIGN k DOMESTIC
DRY G OODS, CLOTHING,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES
Hardware, Queensware, Groceries
Dye-Stuffs, kc, kc.
Buy and Sell all Kinds of Pro
dace for Cash or Barter.
SENEKER & BRO.
Sept. 1 ?71-tf.
Seicing Machines.- We have foi
sale, two elegant Sewing Machines
the Wagner, and ' the Wilcox k
Gibbs. "rices low .
4 4 Behold the advent
m wxw Mm
tH i V. TV. 1.W . X
ANIMAL AND BALLOON SHOW.
The Lortreit. most Moral , Refined, talented and comprehensive
Organization ever known, will positively CxhiMt at
BRISTOIa, Saturday, June 22nd.
The Managers of this popular establishment, encouraged by the patronage
with which their efforts have hitherto been met, and with the view of present
ing to the public
AS EXHIBITION OF SURPASSING EXCELLENCE,
Have, during the past Winter, selected from the various cities of England,
France and America, the Most Talented Artists in the Profession including
tlie Most Beautiful Lady Riders, the Most Daring Lady Gymnasts, the Most
Renowned Equestrians, the Most Skillful Trapezius, the Most Surprising Ac
robats, the Most Powerful Athletes, the Most Accomplished Jester, the .Most
Elegantly Trained Horses ; added to which they have secured the Rarest
Masters in Art and the Most Tasteful Decorators to give eflect to this great
Concatenation of the Highest Order ofArenic Talent known to the world.
Where all of the attachees are bright
particular staks, yet mention must be
Little Mollie Brown,
The child champion Equestrienne of
Universe! in this one instance merit
makes it necessary to particularize
when nientioning'.this astonish
ing miracle in the way of
-A- CHILD EQ,TJESTIEiTIsrS,
Added to the Zoological Department is
A MOBSTER .KAFFIR
TEE CELSBRASB SITSIaA
Prof. Atwood's Elegantly Uniformed
will present an interesting feature, making a Grand Street Parade in their
Georgeous Chariot, drawn by ten of the
can be seen by all, free of charge.
THE MOST IMPOSING SIGHT EVER WITNESSED. .
Wait for It! Zoo k for It!
no equal ,no rival!
Admission 50 cents.
Tune 14, 2w - !
of the Monarch ! "
LIONESS AXD FAMILY
Only Specimen Ever Exhibited,)
a Host of Smaller Novelties.
k mm Mmm
casfw it n mimmm i
sts. With pleasure the Manager announce the recent
most beautiful Arabian Horses ever
A BALLOON ASCENTM,
From the Circus Lot, by
PROF. HAYDEIT, ;
Tho Most Successful Ariel Navigator in
Am erica, iii his mammoth Ur-Ship
City of Pans.
process of Inflation and Asccntion
See It! It lias ?w superior,
Children 25 cents.
' ! ' ' " '
Hair Dressing nd Restorer.
R URXETI'S CO CO A ISE."
Jfur I)ruKsis:siins it.
Adiriiien!i,nU PrrniTinif ONE l.VCII of Rpure
wiil be InHort-d in 'JOlLicl;irt H, iniliij
ins 2; JRi I i-, iff
covering thorongiiiT tli" State, of .Vnrytand, Dela
ware, Viryiitln, U-t Viriuiji, Mutii t'urclinih,
SoutU ( arolinv, linTiin, A l.iti.naa, Mitiii,
l..,uiin: x, Arkansas, IciiUCssce, Kui.lucfcy r.r.J
Okc Monlii for SMS.
5forcT Papain. Jlorp t'nilSm. I.arjrcr
irt-l'iat inn. l.owvr lrlff. than any tthr
l.St. Spi-rui raKs kiti h fur nn r.! or lst pico
than on.- inch, ami lor l.:;-er pfrid than one
moi.th.K.H:i!ly frroruMi niii:lali"i uiaiii; f r
any ninij'e St ite. t'op!- of List. K i'ia itnu. and
full iiiforinnlioit, fTnixli,'.! mi :i;t'lie !l!nn. II4f.
iv iiiiivi i i ir ., yKv.r.trtK adiu-
77.S7.Vy AaESTft. 41 PARK ROW A Air' XDi:K.
A Contnrjr of TriiniijihM cvor rfyspoKia
lirer liisii.ie, tiowol coin;.) jints and ' v.iri..u
Mnilo a::d nt-rnns ilisorJi r.. lias, iniuixrtalizi d
tho S-.-lti'?r Sja, H:nl tin-no Tirrrie ar.? now re
n:ili il tlirunt'hotil this lit uiis!i re It Tiiiist'i
i'.ri i kvks. isTStt.ua Artr-tKNT; coiit.iiiiins all
t!i-. i li'Mi'iits and uroJuring all tlio liaj'i y results
of the Cri-at iiui uian Sjirii.g.
SOLD BY AIL DKCCfilSTS.
IOWA AND NEBRASKA
FOR SALE BY THE
Barlinrton & Ho. River R. R Co
BILLIONS CF ACRES
On Ten Years Cre!il, at 6 tor el.;ltifl
So part of pri.'.eiji.il due for Iwojrar, and th'.'nre
only one-i:iu(li yearly till pa d in full..
lrx!neH will ay for la;nl and ini)irnvnneiitii
wnuin the limit of this generoo credit.
tr Ctltor t"rmg were never offend, aro nul
now, and probably never will be.
riRCl'IARS triviiifr full piirtirnlam are np
plicd gratis ; m y wUhii-K to indue? otln r to onii
Krate witii them, or to foim ;t rolony, arti Invited
to ask tor all they want ,to d:-tr:ltite.
Apply to til.O. S. IIAKICI.S. !. J l omin'r.
ittr Iowa Land, at l;ri::.t.tiTo, lov.-ji.
And for Xc-braska Lands, at Ll.coi.., Xku
Cheap Farms ! Free Homos !
ox the line of the
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD.
A LAND CHANT OF
EEST FARMING A.3 MINERAL LANDS IN AMERICA
3.000,000 ACKES IX NEDllASKA
GREAT PLATTE VALLEY,
Gaitlea of tlio West,
XOVT FUR SIKC!
1 heso lands are m the central orMrn of tlif Fni
ted States, on tin 41M detro of i'orth Lulitnilo.
the cantral line cftfiepre;.t Temperate Zone of the
American nntinrm, ard for :raiii sr.. a im; and
Kliwk raising nnriased by any Li the United
CHEAPER IX PKICE. more faroruMe ternn- slv
rn, and more convenient to nirket tliar. tan be found
Tree Ecmes.teatls for Actual Settlers.
THE UEST LOCATIONS YOR COLONICS.
&OLDIRS EX TIT LED TO A HOMESTEAD tF
Tree rMf to InrrhRer of Ijinfl,
Send for tlio nw Pfcriptire TaBiphlet. Willi
nw maps, pnhlishcd In I ni; lit-!i, Herman, Swedish
Danish, mailed froc everywhere.
Address (). F. DAVIS.
Land Commissioner. U. P. R. R. C c
FAXXIXG'K PATEXT KII)-HrTIXC
Recommended hr lead
Should bo worn l.y all
Indies who vain health
and comfort. Thry are
part icu iarly rernuimendrd
for sumcier wear nnd
warm cliinati-s, althonh
adapted to ail seasonn of
Kor taM by all flrst
Worcester Skirt Co-.
PORTABLE SODA FOUNTAINS
10,S50, nd tSlOO.
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.VniiKon's Cop.-r Tnhular I.ihtninir Kml, with
.Vpiral t lances, is tl.e n-ot emplet protection
against lilili.ini; ever invent' d. rjidorsrd by the
srii-r.tific world and by Wholesale I'eclf rs "from
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it CO.. . 14 l-nin., St., i'lllKbnrxh. r.l., il S . Y.
COI'l'EU I.IiiHTXISO KOI) CO., J.l I nion ii1Uare
florin;, .it'v 1 or.
CURE that COLD !
Do not raffer yonr I.angs to become dixeased
by sllowir.g a 4 !.! to borome aeated. Tli..u.t-
antiit have tli.'d 'reiiialnro ie.ttln?ht) Victiiita f
Cousuuiptioii by neglecting a fold.
Balsam lil'i. Lungs
Will Care COrr.HS. COLDS and fONSl'MI'TIow
Hurer and ouicker lii.tn auv other remedy It act
like magic. Kor .ilo by all 1)1 ngist and Medii ins
For any c.-.sp of Diin t, l?Icet
itiar, ltcliiii or l'lccrnl
I'ilcH t'niit Dk ISim;'.- i'.'i-K
Rkvldy f.tils to cure. It id
prepare! exprrs!y to cure tiie I'iler, anil
lif t bing else, Sold by all Drutrgietis. Price.
n GKXTS WAMID -Agents mke mors
2a money at work for ns tban at ai ytbing ei.
l;uin'ii I thl and pel lr.aneni, Hatiirulais free.
a. STir.soa It Co., tint Art rub!ilm-, l'aitlaud
t IK' "- LAbiS free.
White anil Colored A tjenia are nia-
klii large pibia by selling oar tonic for ,
Stralghtss.iig' the Eair cf lbs Negro fcce.
Sample sent free, plainly nbowirgthi. wonderful
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GltEAT MF.DICAI. IXMIK of o.-fnl
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JOB "WORK of all kinds neat
lv ejecutctl at the News OiKce.
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mmm & robertsok.
Successors Ig Jojics iDroym.
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SEEDS AID EEBTILIZEBS,
together with a general stock of small
HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS, GRINDSTONES, kc. kc.
Circulars sent to any one applying, giving descriptions and equity ,f
above named Machines, terms very reasonable for Cash.
CAMPBELL & KOliEIiTSOX,
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I'ropriete-r h:: snccee ld in
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toi.tilmu in tlie oil. fitch and Ko
in of the Hemlock Tret,, and obtain
ed vatii.ihlo preparation to be iih
plied a a I-alTO or 1 latffr, Jr
Khean.atiKin. Cioup, "ain. or .'ore
of tne Hurls. heM, or stom
ach, file. Salt Khenni, e.irvv
Siif, Ui-er, ItnnioiiH, Sore (orn-,
Fi'Mit hires. ehilMiiin, s,ro br"at
and Xippli'M, Kinuworn , t'li.tli
i:i4f, and Skiti hni-is of a In
lamuiatory .atare. JoIIX I. I'AKK, Si-:M,
.S''nt INclx.tari, I'hio
UMtl.i from Ci cU. Call a-d examine or 12
Sample n ul (l-ot-tHije fr, ei fur .V rt.. that
retail iiirk tor tlo. K. L. Wol.t'oTT, 1M t'lia
thaui Square, A. V.
IHflVCV MADK KAl'ini.T with Mencil
nwi.k.1 Kfv I lui't tin LtK. Ibla ovn-. amn.
plus and fnll p:irticnlar IKtK.
S. U.sPtS EEU,
FREE TO BOOK AGENTS.
e win sens a iianjom rrosjieclm of o:ir .nr
IHux'ruttil hible containing over -450 tncCcrijitarr
lilustrationi, to any hook Ajrent, free of rlnirgj.
juiiresi .ATio.x.i. rrBi.iamo t o., rutla, fa.
Agent M"nntl for the AUTt b.'OGEAPHT of
or Kecol lections of a i'asy Life, lllnftrated. Tho
.ifo and Time of no grer.t a I'hilaiithr, pirt ami
Reformer, cannot f;;il to interrtt every trae Air.eri
ean. Send : AO for nainple ropy. E. B. TKJ.AT,
PabiUhnr Si)5 L roadway, .S. .
FKYt'irOHAXCY or SOI L ( hnrminr.
llow either sex r-ay fnvcinata and sain t)e
love T'd affection of any ponton rhry chmn. in
atant. This nimplenerital acquirement ail can
poacm, free, by mail, for 'J5 ctit,, together with a
marriage guide, Egyptian Orrle, Prrttrrs. Hint to
L:tliea, Ae. A qaecr exeiting bo.k. It'O DUO told.
Addre.'S T. V.'lLLIAM & t., PobV, hila.
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN BOOK.
BBdBEBBBBHBCO r tjulim lmm m Bad
The great work of tht year. irope' tun, Pot
raid. 7j ct. An imnoTs.. i-i!e g.ir rnteed. Al
oformy CAMPAIGN CHARTS NEW KAP3
J. H'. UnoiM'aai, -w t tliiii'.t incioi aii, M
iY WAlXiiAi4 JfVl-ia
DO NOT FAIUnty:
y r rtiitiiiifr r.xnir
iii buuiv iii i . r,i
With its aperial sttiehments. Koantrr. JSnker
Broiler. Th Stove and Furniture rarefnlly 11
ed frafe.ahipinent. i'.K ks sent on anplicat
FULLER, WISHES & Co., 23S water st.N Y
XfW Turbine is In general u
throughout tiie It. ti. A six ixcit. is
oed by the 'oreriiuieiit in (he Pat
Orltee, V"a.!jii,itoi,, D. V. Its sini
plieity of (7mirnrtiou ard I'no potr
er it tranmits renders it th be.t
water wheel ever Invented. Pam
5. F. BCKXHAJIf, Tork, ia
- f-errmi 1 nie, apeeially adapted for
ue in Spring, when the LAiiriD and r,.,.
...... .lr.-ogin ana vitality; it will gTa
vigor to the f-eM.. strength to the weak, anima
tion totbe d-je,ted. aelivl.r mil,. .1 ' .
tithe weary, q.l.t to tbe nervous, and healthto
It la Snnlh 1 l . . . .
Ik. ,.Jl. .1 - 7 -""'" to
j V, eieniine periodieala of London
andart, pesesses tbe most rewKErcktoolc
properti.., known to Materia, JJedica. and i. ..II
known In its native eoai.trv as bavinr w-rm,l.rr.i
corative Hnaliliea, and has been long m
SPEctrtc in all rae at Imnnrtfl n k. mj n
raagmetitof the liver and Spleen. Tetntwi, Dropsy.
Poverty of the Blood. Debility, Weakness of the Ti l'.
testlnes, Utenne er Unitary Ocganj.
Is strengthening and noariahinf lit.
cl.i. f.d t.a into tb toniach, ,mll
and diffre, lu.lf through the cirUl.tH
vigor sad health.
It regulates the brnh, eviWt the n .
dicetly ,th, seiT. .rg,,, in4heh.",7- ac,
and rijrv.. aetior to the who). Ij'T" ""-'
JOU3 Q. KELkOHo. is PUM t, T.rk
Price on. Tio.Ur',! ,0
Kir V.-w. fed for OiicL,r.
FRANK S. R0BERTS0Z
CLOTHES' WRING EES".
THE ELANCIIARD CHrilX.
Cucumber Weed Pump,
unsurpt.sse.l fur sintpli. ijy and Iura!.;iity
-iso AtiKMS for tlio S--.
of th. r..'!..
iroodxJXctr 'Git Jfoh-a- (nul
combined 7ie(tper and Mon t,-
2iC C 'tampion .Hoirer. and coin
lined Reaper and. If oner.
2c t pray fie. .Von-cr.
THE LTITAU) PITT'S THKEMiKfc
THE .Hl.ICV RAKE,
Tlte E.- l t,- rhht to Ml the
and useful to Fanners n;ij
TIIS GREAT SOUTHER X
rordj for the euro of Scro
fula, Scrofulous Taint, Rhctuu-
usiii, ciio ftwciiing, liou:,
Goitre, Consumpt.on, Cromhi
jj, Jtervous Debility an Ja.'idij
mva arising from art iuiiarecca
iiiioa of t' o i:iuo.i.
Th meritjofthi v"iiMi7rcr
M:oa arc so well k r.xntii a "una
iiotir it but n-r-3ary to reaiirii i
readers of thin jonnaUfthenerfu:
ty cf alwiy.i having a bottle of th:j
medicine aiaong thou stock of Usx
C'ertiticati cat b present-d from
many lcadin; Pr,viciin. Miniittn
and Leaiisof families t.'irovtriuutiv
S-iuth, endorsing in the hirlifst trfsi
lAe tlio.1 Pttrjct of Ao audi. t.
Ur. R. IVltaon Carr of lUltim f
'ys "Ue has used it in eie l
ula and oth.rdLaasesitb LtckM-
ir. T. C. Puh of Ealtim-te.i
comintftids it to a) I person! jiianr.
wifh diseased B!xd, saying it uni-je.-ior
to auv prcuaratiou ac 1
llev Dnlinrjr noil of tisHi.'!!
more M. K. Conierenee South nil 0
has been miic h beneiitled hj mm
that he cheerfully recommeDiii it:
all his Inends and arqaiintinrrs.
Craven Co.. DruL-ii. f.Oer-
donaville, Va., say it never bu fulei
to rive satisfaction.
WlO.Mc Fodden, MnrfrfH
boro, Tennessee, aays it cured hinaf
Hheumatism when all else faileil.
oaadali iatuit aaerretnuark pre
aration. it ingredients arepuhluhed
on every package. Showtf to jour
rr.ysician ami he will ten you i. -composed
of the strongest ai:en!ivs
that exist, and is so excellent Blot
Purifier. Did our roac admit w
could giv yon testimonials from
every Stat In the South and Irun
persons known to every man, womm
and child either personally orb j rep
utation. Mosadallsls sold by all DruguM-
CLK3IE3TS & Co.,
Baltihobb, Sole Propruiort.
JOHN P. HETTBY,
No. 8 Cousgb Placs,
Ncm York. WwhnJ Jjl
M ty 2t, ly.
T!is Avcrk Kecciirinsr
50 !t-H of llret-s C,'xU in r!-.'iirel, s1
t,i:.lixiuc:i:.l ctlipid ati i plai'I. 1" ;'
V.irii 11 (iieii:iii;iif., Pol n , J :!''
I'olhns, Silk cml.ri lrcl (jrei!.i':ir ,
Limns aii'l Ji.ek').'.. ts.
JJ. !os. It'ltPC. M;.-.-fs an I (Icph
Ii ilt' i:o.-c, 1'iikaI' Krjwu l.iii. iK.
rtrpl wl'-n-l SiU l-rt! Put:. -ix, I'"
1 r;-. :1! " rs. V.'Lilf k ei i 1 1 i f ' '
L'oi'mrfc, Sr'.ioli llioati'l.-, v.c, o.
Cartoons of r..niic t 'h t'i 8!t "
J, " Misses
cle-.fit an l t:!lO:!p.
" ..r II I" -
Slippbru tltis trek, to urtive.
put:ii, 4 to I ..".) for tilk li;ii;
real French, 00 cts a pie;e.
8 piccps e :ii':roi'!ereil, lripel, t -
an.l white PiM., with liit;oiio an-1 f';"':"
to match. Ileal Ilcrnamie XviU.
Lone Hook ami Kyt, new ini; Si.k.-, no
ors, nij'.l.iiic Ti.rt'.-fl, lii;r, i'"' '' "'
Maok. ith a pen: ra! a." rlnent of
an.l ilei-IruMo Stni.le tiirfxli'. ;
.North t 'un.liim t'ottoa Yarn.--, M "f
biomrn OdtotiK, Ki'C"Il'e, 1t. w:i aifi ,-"r'1.'.'
ed, granulated an l eoflVu Sa;-'---1'-- t
poMcn tlrip Syrup, Molrii - " '' ;
eid-r Vinejnr," N. , ci;oice ! V
white Sii-;.ir 12, li and '. T' " 1
Toilet KoapK, I'et'fuiiie an.l HairCiL. '
low niid very nice. 1 e.-c of fine iw-v
Tobacco at , .,
i. j;. vvss a.
May Nth. tf.
Wra-IiSei22.cl (S 3
GENERAL PRODI CE
Commission Ici fliU'55'
P. O. Uox. 550. So. I Hr
nrr Williiu SI.
Solicit ccneignn:ents of Cii .si t'. ,e1' ,r
reesw:ix, L'ried Fruit, Fitt", iff 'l 1 ''
Metalt. Haas, flascred. ' ' "
PrtiDipt and careful attention P ,, n
shipmeat, and an-ount sale ri'1,i:'
rendered on all salco i:iitit utday-
V- r- ,:r V'l" "
n! Dank ; Seventh TV.ir I IVati'-""' ' ; t
JTfrtrs. Ilrrwe Mn.-r, Pir.krr, r'.-'.
all iwpectrte w-rclinut. tlirt-wt1'' "
Ciui.i and TrnnoKsee.
Nov. IJ. 1-70 It