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FRIDAY,. July 15,1872.
I- CFOWLElt, Editor,
tfrnsrK. A Hen fc Co. arc our authoriz
ed afjrnf to o-'tfain ami reecrpt for Fub
KerijtiUms to tfw. ArA' IIW at Union
Tenn. Parties tlesiriiif (o subscribe
ran enter their chef) tints at the. most
advantageous rafts crcr offend in this
Griffin & J Tor KM AN
r Advertising Agents, No.
-tree!, lialliiiiore, Jld., are
i i.-tcil to contract for adver
tour fuwcHl rates. Adver-
iisers in that City are reuested to
l?ave their favors with this house.
. ... i .
CompIeU fi'eof the BRISTOL HEWS may aUayt
be found at the office of
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
, overtiting Apents, 40 4 41 Park Row, New York
vVho arc authorized to represent us in thatcity.
Vr'B ere authorized to announce Col. Gko.
K. McCi.ki.i.ak of .Sullivan county, aeti can
didate for Conjrrcse, froui the firel Teitucb;cc
Wk are authorized to announce W. D.
niVKf-S, Esy., as a Candidate for Oonrcss,
from the First TenncKisc District, subject to
the decision of a Convention.
April 23rd 1S72.
Editor Hkistoi. Nkws:
Dkar Sin: I'roni expressions
and Holicilaliou through the press nnd
otherwise, sunicient to control my
action in the premises, I lierehy an
iioiinec roym-lf n Candidate to npre-fH-nt
the "nd Senatorial District in the
next JfriIattireof the State. Suhject
however to the action of a nominating
(Jon ven lion, if it should become nec
j j. u. 'Mcdowell.
Wi! arc authorized to announce Mr. J. J.
Odki.i., of Sullivan, as a Candidate for the
Senatortdiip of the Second Dictrict.
To the Pcple cf Tennessee.
In rcpponpe to the expression of a jiopular
desire, BuSicicntry pmcral and influential to
control my action in I lie matter, I hcrcny
announce myself a candidate for the office of
Jnde of the Supreme Court, made vacant
lv the resiirnntion of Hon. T. A. R. Nelson.
Flection first Thursday in Aujrufd. next.
J. 15. COOKE.
Chattanooga, Mirch 11th, 1S72.
nin? rin!htlv. From Tircer.cll
we have Major "W. P. Cecil, who is
unquestionably the iTro.'cc of that
county, lie wili carry to (he con
vention quite a host of IVicncb who
earnestly 1 relieve (hat something
should Ikj conceded to the Clinch
Vulley. Jlajor Cecil lias done a
considerable amount of party work
in the past and is now in the very
maturity of his powers. Tazewell
pleads that it has had for its por
tion more work and less pay than
any county in the District, In the
last convention its preferences for
Gen. Uowen were waived in favor
of Col. Humes.
Whether the county of Giles
will present a candidate of its own
we are not yet assured, but it is by
no means certain that one of its
citizens will not yet he found to he
not only worthy of the high honor
bit a very formidable competitor
.At present the canvass is in chaos
and there will be work a plenty
the riKST Ts;x;i;vfc:E dss-
Sullivan County mid
A ii si IT xv
We are authorize! to announce ('apt. L.
H.IIkkxt, a: a Candidate to Represent the
County of Sullivan in the next Lejrinlatnro
of Tennessee. April .1.
TO THE VOTERS OF THE 9T1I COX -G
REGIONAL DISTRICT OF VA.
I reiect fully announce myeclf aH a Can
didate for Coiigrcw, rubjoct to the action of
JAMES A, WALKER.
We are directed to announce Col. I. 1!
Duxs, of Washington county , an a Candidate
for Congress from the 9th Va., district.
RESISTANCE TO CRLCLEY
IS OBEDIENCE TO (ill ANT.
The Uristol Ni;ws will hereafter
be issued on TUESDAY of each
week. This will give the benefit
of a Semi-Weekly Newspaper ser
vice to our town, as the Coi imku
is issued on Thursday. Parties
pubscribins: for both the News and
Coukikk, will le served with local
news twice a week with the addi
tional advantage of a double derrrcc
of newspaper epicc. Our next is
sue will be on the 30th instant.
Tiik campaign in our ninth Va.
District is waxing warm. Eight
candidates are in the field and we
are told that there are other aspi
rants, working behind the curtain
in the hope that thcro will be a
dead lock in the convention which
will give them the prize of a nom
ination by way of a lucky antipa
thy rather than as a compromise.
We think the gentlemen who come
out noldly and bring on the engag
mcnt will owe something to each
other and that they will be dispos
ed to make a fair selection from
their own number. Washington
county has but one candidate in
the field, and if Washington should
get the nomination in the person
of Col. Dunn there arc many rea
son why that result should be sat
iefaclory to the friends of the other
seven. In a spirit of fairness and
magnanimity Washington yielded
to the importunities of the eastern
end of the District and gave them
the candidate two years ago. It
was perfectly practicable for "Wash
ington to have secured that nomi
nation to Col. Humes. It was a
concession which threw it upon
(Jen. Terry. We know whereof
we speak. The friends of Col.
Dunn have Kvn for many years
doing faithful and onerous service
for the parly, and have asked noth
ing. In 1800 he, us our elector,
made one of the most cllieicnt and
cnenrctic canvasrers which have
been known in the District. Since
that time he has never failed to
render valuable and timely service
in every campaign. We have no
i-ort of doubt that he is the choice
of the people of Washington, and
irom all quarters of the District he
now meets with substantial encour
ji"eiueiit. He will do no factious i
or illiberal thing in the convention
but whatever may be "the result
therein, the people of the Dit-triet
will find that he has a large tlcgrte.
cf :-tu-i"v!h n-i HI! it v::t!y
Wm. Oreen, Esqr., Chairman of
the first 1'istrict, lias called officially
upon tlic people of the various coun
ties thereof to assemble in primary
meeting at their Court Houses, on the
the 1st day of August, and appoint
delegates to a Convention to be held
at Morrislown on the fifteenth of Au
gust, to nominate a candidate for
We presume this call will be re
sponded to, but it will bo found
quite difficult, we think, to have it
obeyed by a sufficient number of the
people to render it satisfactory
the old rule of making useful the
County Court days, can hardly be
improved upon, and should have been
observed in this case. The number
of aspirants is rather unprecedented
and the greatest regularity should be
observed in order to make a nomina
tion, both potential and popular. It
wil be found, that, v.hile we cm car
ry the Fir;A lMslrict, it will require
our whole strength, displayed under
the very best management, to do it
The radicals arc likely to nominate
a new man who will perhaps develope
more strength than Judge Duller has
left. Our selection should be wisely
made. The nominee should be both
bold and able, and if he should im
part to the campaign an unusual de
grce of activity, lie will yet find his
majority none too large. The truth
is, the District has to be wakened rip.
We have believed, and yet believe,
that the key note of our success will
be the genuine old war-whoop of .Sul
livan, and that, if Messrs. Ilayncs
and McClellau can become reconciled
in their antagonistic candidacy, we
shall need but one more fortuitous
event to secure for us the permanent
redemption of the District. That
event is the nomination of lion. An
drew Johnson fer the State at large.
Mr. Johnson would sound for us the
bugle note of organization. The peo
pie have lost their ancient accuracy
of political rcconing. The log book
has become unreliable. Our latitude
and longitude are no longer accurate
ly known. We want a leader. The
shifting issues of the day and the
partial finion of parties have confu
sed the popular understanding. ltc
indoctrination and a rctracinir ot our
boundaries have become indispensible.
Mr. Johnson will give us an active
canvass which will awaken the mem
ory of the glorious past which wc
have so nearly forgotten and wholly
ceased to make our guide for the pres
ent. The talk about Gen. Cheatham
is simply slufT, The mighty events
from which wc have emerged seem
to have dwarfed and degraded our
land marks. Thank Cod the nomi
nation of Horace (Jrccley seems to
have broken up the great deep of
popular thought and the paralysis of
national feeling. The people long to
become a nation. In Tennessee we
find the enemy contesting only the
first district. We must have the Slate
and it is no selfish pride which fills
us with the hope that to Sullivan wilj
be conceded the nomination and that
Andrew Johnson may be allowed as
our State nominee to commence here
at home that grand round which
J would most surely give the enemies
of our peace that martial drubbing
which, to come bluntly to the point,
they have for seven years been slink-
Otu Journalistic friends at Marion
seem unnecessarily sore under their
quarantine. It is unnecessary, we
presume, that they be specially as
sured of our sympathy, for wc regard
that fearful scourge with such dread
ourselves that even self love would
beget in us a very deep .concern for
those who have it, or are living in
great danger of contracting it, Wc
cannot see the propriety cf the cas.
ligation width our courteous railroad
conductors have received at the hands
of the Herald and the Patriot, We
have the word of those two journals
that Small Pox now exists in Marion,
and that from one case the number
ha3 swelled to six, and this under
management so skilled and careful as
to have called forth words of appro
bation from both those journals. ! Un
der this state of affairs we regard it a
solemn duty which our railway con.
ductors can in no wise honorably
avoid the performance of, to inform
strangers .who may be disposed to
stop there of the true state of the
case. Daltimorc and Xcw York do
not sustain to Ma:bnsucha degree
of parallelism as to make the same
rules of action applicable to each,
We would be disposed to avoid any
ward of those cities which might be
infested with small Pox. Marion is
not in size and numbers a respecta
ble ward. Moreover this dreadful
nest, the cities "have always with"
them and every preparation is made
for its suppression ard restriction.
Under ordinary circumstances wc
would be happy to visit Marion, but
at present we incline to stay away.
In the case of Stokes, on trial for
the murder of Col. Jim Fisk, the ju
ry failed to agree. Seven were for
hanging him and five for finding him
guilty of manslaughter in the third
degree. When Fisk confronted Stokes
in five minutes after he was shot, nnd
then accused him of murdering him.
Stokes made no reply. Now when
Fisk has gone ' where the woodbine
twineth " Stokes alleges that Fisk
was trying to shoot him.
Couscri'tttlvc Convention i
Ata convention of the citizens of
Lee County held nt the Court House,
in Jonesviile, on the 15th day of July
li7:?, the liev. Wm. A. Taylor was
called to the Chair, and John 11.
Wevt appointed Secretary. The Con
vention, on motion of l)r. C. C. J. As
ton, resolved itself into livo Conven
tions or mass meetings, representing
the five Townships of the County,
each of which retired to a seperate
room in the Court House, and each
Township therefrom selected two
delegates to represent them in the
Convention, to assemble at Abingdon,
on the 4th Thursday in August prox
imo, and reported their names to this
Convention as follows
Yvkum Station Township. Carr
Ilailey Esq., and Col. Campbell
Hoc!.; Station 7'ownship. Messrs.
Thos. J, Larmer Jr., and Wm. II.
Joncsvilfe Township. Messrs. Ma
rion I), llichmond, and Sam'l. II.
Wltitc Shoals Toivnship. Messrs.
Alex C. McNeill, and Sam'l. M.
lloae Hill Township. Messrs. II. C
T. llichmond, and Mos-cs S. IJall.
On motion of Chas. T. Duncan Esq.
the Convention decided, and the
Chairman appointed the delegates
thus selected to represent the County
of Leo in said Abingdon Conventior.
The following resolutions were then
offered, and unanimously adopted.
. Resolved: That the nomination
which may bo made by said delegates,
in the said Abingdon Convention, of a
candidate to represent thU Distjict in
the next Congress of the U. S., be, and
the same are hereby endorsed by this
Convention, and any citizen from the
several Townships, who may desire to
instruct their delegates as to said nom
ination arc informed that they will
have an opportunity to do so at the
August term next, of the County
Court for this County.
Resolved: That a copy of these
proceedings bo sent to the "JJristoI
News" for publication, and that each
newspaper in this Congressional Dis
trict, are hereby requested to publish
the same. Wherefore the Convention
adjourned sine die.
WILLIAM A TAYLOR,
John B. West, !
For tho Xcirs.
Tlie CcnsrcsisioMal C'ouvcntleii.
GuEExnvir.LK works while wc talk
The grading of her nnow-gaug
road is now actively progressing. Wc
clip the following from the Sentinel
of Thursday :
Work upon t'ic. Narrow Oaurre is being
pushed forward with considerable vigor.
ir. iini coniractor 01 tne nrit tnrcc sections
has made quite a dirt show. A!aj. Kool has
put a force of hands to v.ork nc r Painters
nun. mr. ,roit, i!ic urit'gc contractor' is
fretting ready to commence laying the foun-
untioiia oi the piers in tin JNoiicliucKy river,
Lkowxlow has written another
letter in which he uses the words
' hell born rebellion" but once a
pretty good sign that Dtownlow is a
liltlc less "hell bent," than former
ly. The Greeley movement works
Stokes, the Bald Eagle," is said
to be in favor of Greeley. Now sec
how rapidly his late apologists will
feather him . Wo notify him that
Greeley wont be worth a red to him
on the pay roll of Ueatties' scouts.
Tun various members of the ad
ministration are now stumping and
bribing in North Carolina. The lar
kics had better make time as they
will soon have the privilege of stump
ing it away from Washington for
Bj:i.;tol has. for a couiiplc of
weeks, been made happy by the ap
pearance of green corn, ripe toma
toes, apples and blackberries. The
vegetable carJens were never more
encrous in their yield. The oat
crop is being cut and is almost un
paralleled in both quality and quantity.
Tin: Grantitcs raised quite a disre-
reputable disturbance in Chattanoo
ga the other night on the occasion of
the Greeley tally,
The people of Johnson county
Tenn., arc voting on a subscription
of $25,000 to the N. & G. W. 11. II.
Grant proposes a partial pardon
of the Ku Klux convicts now in the
Albany prison, lie says he will par
don the ignorant ones but breathes
forth threatcnings and slaughter for
the intelligent ones. Well, so much
for the Greeley movement. It may
be true that Grant needs as many ig
noramuses as he can cow turn loose
from the prisons of the land, and so
wc arc to have a general ju.il delivery
of fools, but, notwithstanding the dc
grce just conferred vpon him by Har
vard, wc don't believe hi (J rant's ca
pacity to select them.
The DiMiict Conbrei cc, fur the
Abingdon Di.diict, will bo held at
Temple. Hill in Unbelt county on
The city of Lynchburg pays
Mayor Ihirch a salary of $1200.
The City Engineer gets $1200,
Snpt. Water Works SS00, Clerk of
the Market $000 and the Keeper
of the Cemetery $100. Total $4,22C-
fiootl News for Travellers.
The work of relaying the Virginia
Si Tennessee: Division of the A, M.
Sc O. II,, with new and superior iron
rail has been commenced and will be
prosecuted in earnest until the whole
road between here and Bristol has
been placed in thorough repair, mak
ing it one of the best roads in the
country. In this connection, it may
be proper to remark that travel on
this division of the consolidated line
is very heavy, and that the trains
are rur.nmg with great regularity.
Travel to the Virginia Springs is
greater than during any former year,
this early in the season. Lynchburg
Tho communication copied In your
last number from the Clinch Valley
AVf's, signed "voters," claims that the
valley north of us shall furnish the
candidate for Congress this year, and
they claim that this privclege should
he allowed them upon the principle of
reciprocity. "All things else being
eoual" each section of the District
should in turn have tho member of
Congress. There is no doubt but that
the view these "voters" of Tazewell
county take is in a great measure co;
rcct; and whatever may be the result
in this District this Fall, we of this
valley hope that our political co-lahor-era
over there will aid us in applying
a similar principal in our next nomi
nating &tatc convention; and not aid
the "East" to monopolize every State
oflico from Governor down ; nor again
aid tho city representatives and eastern
"flinders," a3 some of their members
did in the last Legislature, to put in
as speaker of the House a supporter of
tho "infamous funding bill." If the
wishes of the voters indifferent por
tions of the District are consulted this
rule of alternate selection from one or
the other valley will be adopted, as a
rule, and thus leave no ground for com
plaint on this score. The first princi
ple then to adopt to aid in bringing
about this result, is tho one term prin
ciple. Surely ten thousand dollars ami
mileage id enough to satisfy tho just
expectations of any reasonable man.
You of tho north valley who chum
proper consideration for your section,
"all things else being equal," aid us
now in settling, as a fixed rule, the
"one term principle," and thus give
"outsiders" a chance your qualified
of whom you have several; being of
thutelas3 After doing that we can
look around among the "outsiders"
for a candidate. Then if the Clinch
Valley presents the best man we will
take him, if, on the contrary, this
"Hail ltoad Valley" presents the best
man-, take him. The nine counties
lying in the northern tier, can certain
ly take care of themselves in the par
ticular to which these "voters" refer,
as against six counties on the Kail road.
We appeal to them therefore not to
think of "sectional strife" but if thev
come to the conventions united on one.
man they can carry tho dav if on the
contrary they come divided, ami some
of their delegates prefer a man who
resides in tho"ltailroad Valley," such a
man inav be selected as the candidate
if supported by n portion of their del
egates. Hut JL.ee and Scott nave an
interest rather with the "Kanroad
Valljy," and "as they go so goes the
District," or, in tho words of these
"voters," "their importance will be
felt on the day of election," if they
will it so.
It is certainly desirable that the 0th
Congressional District shall act har
moniously this year, as well as next.
and when our delegation goc3 to the
next (Jubernarorial Convention, it
should act as "a unit" in tho defense
of our sectional rights against the
greed of the cast, and the rulo these
"voters" contend fur "all things cist
being equal," that "we shall have some
of the emoluments and reap some of
the honors" we aid in bestowing, will
then be established firmly, along with
tho "one term irinciple."
Tho State Executive Committee
has fixed tho basis of representation
in a convention as that is indicated by
the conservative vote in the last pre
ceding State election, and the Commit
tee has declined to ehango tho mode
of appointing delegates, leaving it as
before; consequently delegates must
be chosen in townships by township
meeting, and not by county conven
tions at the Courthouses. As to the
place of holding the convention, Ab
ingdon has been "recommended" by
the delegation at llichmond, and is the
most convenient of access to all. and
we hope tho consulting members of
the executive committee in this dis
trict w ill act in accordance with that
"recommendation." Tho north side
delegates united in making that "re
commendation" Tazewell county,
however, was not represented in the
2Jt islol ddrcrliscmcnls.
J. C. & V M. BURROW,
MAPS, CHARTS, TKINTS,
Manufacturjrs of every tizc and ttylc of
Ko 2GO Plain Street.
J cm jlfircrliscm ails.
Wholesale Trice List sent to Dealers on ap
plication General Southern jK'i.ot for
Agents and 1'cJlans surilics. GuvaId tent
C. O. D.
11 x IS inches in size.
The Rontfi Rcl or lien. Lee.
'I lie Lost l ituvp,
Ucn. I.oo nt "Stonewall lrnve.'
JH'nSh of "SIoiivhhII " Jiwkwoii-
o-or:ition of tii Casket ofUeu. 1.CC
1 lie ilii riling ol' ( Is U-a?.
I'raire I lrvs ol c Great West.
Any of the above PKI.OR EXGKAY1XGS mt to
any jk" t of Ihu United Stilton, putf-punl, on rceil't
oi cents vara, or the entire 7 lor ouiy t i.
Address Orders to the Fine Akt Emporium
of J. C. & W. M. liUUUOW,
2UJ Main Street, 13ribtol, Tenn.
JCQfScnd for our Cat v-ue of Engravings,
Photographs, Charts, Locks. &.C. jZu-tf.
When the tlloot! UnsU witli rcket-l!ke
violence to the head, cnsing Lit fu?lie, Tci-tigo
and dimness of m;;!:!. It U eciuiii n';,-n- f.iat
mild, a'ubrious, cooling i.d C4ualili:; Ii'x.-itlvo is
lequirod, ajid Tahraxt'4 Li elvescest Slltziib
APEBin.tT Iu'uld la a: oaco r:s.rti.d to.
SOLD FX JLL pi:1'';oi:;ts.
CURE that COLD!
Io notsuffer your I.niiS to become di-ira-ted
by il low I n,; a COLD to become sealed. Tliwi.i-
I nds iixve di.-d Promatnro Oouths the Victim of
Consumption by neglecting a fold.
J AS. C. CAUTKLLL.
u an "
6'xcccssors lo Jones X- ftrcini.
Er. Wm. Hall's,
Balsam jill- SLsungs
Will Cure COt'C 113, COLDS and COXSL'iU'Tio;;
sorer and quirker ilian any other rcm-dy It sets
like m.iic. For said by all lini;-;ist and ilciiiii.:o
AAA EE WARD
I 1 For nny cite of Iriin.l, Dlrcl
I Jin", Itching or l'lcente.1
U U 1 l'ih' that in: li:.-;s I'.t.k
ItKVKUY fails to iiire. It
prepared expressly to cure tho Piles,
nrirs patent sheet iz-js
T VIKTCE OF A VF.NDI EXroXAS, IS
Kiitwl from thtt Cfrenit Court nf Siiliv:oi
County, Tern. , at the f ireh term, 1;.72, tesiud the I nothing tUe, Sold by till Dru
llli .li.Mi.lny or Jiarcn im3, ujioii a jujmeni una i iji.d'J
co: Ik for tho film of ? 1.41 cent 111 lui-or or Mm,
N. Vance, and :iirn.inst Kieliard K. i'earce, llrm. K
I'earce, and Elizabeth IVaree, I will sell to the
hihett Mdilor lor uii-n in nana, at tuo toiiri uonxu
door in the town of A'lonritville.Tenn., on tho 22nd
d;iy of July, lS7J,:tU thu riuUt, title, claims and
interest th'it the said Kichaid K. l'earco, H'm. E
7eaico and Elisabeth 11. l'earce has in and to a
tract ol land containing '"S Acres more, or less, ly-
ini; in Civil District, No. 1:1, Mi 111 van County
Tenn., adjoining the lands of Klbe1 Easly, and
tho heirs of John I'earco. dee'd, and others, and
will be sold nnlcss dvbt and costs are sooner paid
This the lOtu dav of June l72.
WM. II. K1XC-, JJtputy Sheriff.
Juno 21. 4w Print's fee
GENEltAL DKALKIIS JX
mans.3 is"" s:i?azi ncrr'ziir.
L - lit '
This week Receiving
50 Styles of Drcea Goods in floured, nnd
embroidered stiiped nnd pi.iid, Dolly
Varden Grenadines, roplyne, Japanese
Cheapest and Ha t Iron Roofing m?Ao.
For Circulars, references, or other information ad
dress IV. S. RF.I.T, Cisieimintl, O.
BuIMing Felt (?!S:P
For outside wrrS and inside, instead of gl ister.
Felt drownlm", tc. Send 2 ot.mins for rircuU
lar and saiLjil-.-s- C. J. FA V, Caiuden, X.J.
S'ilJtJ TO Sm Per 3"" Agents wanted.
l.lr-ov I t'!!- sV'U'IYC II .
l opiyns, aii& cmuruiaercu urcuauirics, imjt to., Euifalo, X, Y , ir Chiiso 111.
Lawns and Jackoueta.
ntiEMS WA.M'EI Aen.U m:l.e c.oic
uionty at work for us than i ai vti.ii.i; !.
Kusiness lif ht ai d jviii.anei.t. I'uitii u'ais fret-
. bTirsos Ji Co., tine Art fuHUht,:i, Paitlam
UQ I'iano Co., Y., PKICE OCH
SeAgciils ClIlLi LAUS iiuc iU
Ap;eiils, we will pay you IO rer week in rash
if you will cnae wish us at ujch. Ererythin.it
lurni.ilieU, mid t'XjH-nc ft.ud. Addrcsd S. A
fcLLS a cu., t'tiarlc-tle .MuU.
OROAXIC I.WV OF TIIF. SKXES
Coiiilitions wliieh Impair vi'ality positive and
negative electririty proof th it .ilo is erolr
cd without union eifect f loli.it u ilnei r.i ..f
Ors, machine liirc;ul. White, COl U and I B-h and il.nsjIi.:ri; diet-modern treatment ol
lilack. Wltll a trencral assortment Df nCW l-eivicu senses, smcuiro ni .l Tancocel.-, and
nnd desirnlde staple Goods.
Jiorth Carolina Cotton tarns, bleach nnd
brown Cottons, KlO Col.CC, brown and crush- cry ,lna ''"" '" tH'" of Dr. Dixon is of ifreat val-
3.7 do?, Ladic?, Jlisses and Gents IIoso nnd
hnlf hose, CnKAP Er07.11 Linens, Ulack
nnd colored bilk Dress Mutton.", ltoll cam
bric, all colors. White knitting Cotton,
Collars, Sash Itibandu, &c,
O Cartoons of Lndicj Cloth Shoes.
3 " Mirfscs " No's 11 to 2,
clctcant nnd cheap. Ladies cloth and kid
Slippers this week, to arrive. Llack Al
pacas, 45 to 1.35 foreilk finish, Corsctte,
real trcncti, DO cts a piece.
8 pieces embroidered, Btriped, buff nnd
and white l'iquc, with buttons and fringes
to match, ileal ilcruamic oils. hali
bone Hook and Eyes, sewing Silks, all col-
peiyic uiseases, sirieiuro ni.il varicocele, X'id ar
rett of d.iv. l.i.i.iHnt ; ten lectures to his private
stiific.il via, by EL'VV'AUD 11. DIXoX, JI. !.,
42 Fifth Avoiiue, X. Y.; til i:i:;es, 2Acent. '-Ev-
ed, rrvaiiulatcd and coU'cc Sugars. Best
golden drip Syrup, Molasses, 2 bbl pure
cuUr Vinegar, IV. I, choice brown and
white Supir 12J, 15 and ICj per pound;
lollet i-oaps, I ci'lumts nnd liairUiln. V cry
low and very nice. 1 case of fine Sciokinf'
I. U. DUNN & CO.
May 11th. tf.
uo to thu whole human race " llonie-. Urnln.
GISKAT JIEDK Al, i;t)0;i or uaeful
knoKli.d,;e to all. Sent froe for two Mjinps.
Addivus Dr. boJiriniE Jl Co. Ci::cinii..:ii.
JS C7t ?lth a -lis cm ails.
v:-i": . . S '
HECHABIC'S T 00!"
uu.-iiirpased for simjilieity and dur. ' ,
Also ACJKNTS f.r the Sale .f (k. , ..
V'oodsAc;? Iro:t .Vova-r,.
combined Reaper ami ,?MV(
2iC Cuimjuou Jlfova; am-.o-.,,.
uuictt 'Jicaper and .Voncr.
2uc Sjurry.'.'c .Vo;jv
THE LT1TALO VITTS TilK!:.
Till! bVLKY kaki:,
I. - I,-- . .- V - - - - -
' " - ' ;.:
"fiJ ' . Tlic Exhmt-e rhhl to sS.i ::
Vii id 2. ct.li:iu:ati:i
the only perfect Machine for Ct'iitalwj -Knifes, r.nJ uscfu! to F.ir. .us ;
Mcrchanics generally. Dealers in
d L n 1? b A ii u I. iJ 2 T i. 1 jl :J 32 fj ,
together with a general stock cf small
HARDWARE, IKON, NAlLi?, GKLNIVTONI, U-., !.c.
Circulars rent to any enc njiplyinf'. giving dcscriptior.5 ar.vl cr
abov e named Machines, terris very reasonable for Cas!:.
cam r 13 eli j & jiojicinvo;;.
Xow at work, or lcoVing for snino new boot,-, will
iiussiiii uiey an noc Kl iilifn w ri'o lor lreil ;rs i f
the host iselll.; bis.k published. ExIraor.lii'arT
Initiieeiiiviits otT-red. Profits nmre lb:m iluul.l
money, untut free. Adliess, r. JI. KtMi, I t
1.11,'iuai., .lit lorK. 4w
1ST 3H "W"
III BRISTOL, TENN.
VE HAVE Opened a Lumber Yard near
the Vn. & Tenii., ltailroad Depot, Main et.
Uristol-Coo Ison, for tlic sale of
Lumber, Intli, Nliinles, Loenst nnl
nnd all kinds of Lumber. To Euildera nnd
contractors, wc would say that we keep on I Also, for CAMPAIGN ;imds. Address,
VESY CITIZEK "WAMS IT.
Sow t'rlcans, Cii e:nnati, SI, Louis
AtiEXTS WAITED for the lives of
Grant ! Greeley !
WILSON ! BROW;. !
Ordination f a Minister ol the
On Sunday mornin.tr, at fit. Paul's
church, Mr. Dallas Tucker, ofJlich
mond, was ordained a inini.stcr of the
lOjiiscojial chinch. Tho impressive
ordination ceremonies were conducted
by the Kev. John Johns, Diidiop of
the Diocese of Virginia. Mr. Tucker
isalMtut twenty-two years office, the
irrandson of tho lato lion. (JeortreM.
D.illis, Vice-President of the Unitetl
t-'tate-s, during the Polk ndiuinistration.
llw father was the lato Dr. David
Hunter Tucker, formerly professor of
the Practice of Medicine in the Medi
cal CUlcjre of Virginia. He will have
f charge of the new Cbri. t church in
tne vaiky of the (.it y. - j'.n-p' ':, - , .
Struck fry IJgSiUmifr.
On last Thursday, the new Hotel
at Johnson City," xvsvt struck by
liglitniii":. .Several persona were se
verely fuiocked, tnt no one f ( liou.sly
injured, The liyhtnine; struck sever
al other points in the city and vicini
ty. Jotuxljoro JAcruia.
hand a larirc nrrortii;ciit of Duildin Lunilcr.
Wc can furnixh bill of Lumber at the bhort-
t-ft notice nnd on the lowest terms for any
kind of Liiildinz?, large or small. Seasoned
Lumber kept on hand.
Wc propouc to do exclusively a Commis
sion business, nnd our charges arc cijrht per
cent. Grateful to the Carpenters and Iluil
ders of Lristol-GooJtjon for their liberal pat-
t; .,. .,.,,,r..o.l i.,;nn.. :., m..
, 1 , ,i . ' ', " '. " I And. tuo lealinj: lain of nil parties. Over !
iioju i jr i'iu'"r '-.ui Dtin.. iuiniu.Jii r-wrlroil. Just tli.i l...U wanted by
and a desire to render every accommodation I the masses every where, .u-i'iih uft v,-ii!iwon-
to still lCtaill their ratroarlL'C. Wo also re- J,:r,ul success. Send for Circnl .r runl .secure ter-
turn our Srateful ackho.led.ments. to Mill MaSl dlut & "I'J.
rl:i?.iiT tiu.r lmnlnp in nur ltnnrT. Wo
will me our utmost exertions to make quick ROCKBRIDGE kUjlil SPRINGS, VI
talcs and prompt returns for Lumber. ii-v iirvi i- s.
W. B. PAYXE & SOX. UllA, JVL. IuTJI, lo2.
June 21. It.
Wu' BScsiscl A S022-
O. Vox. 5.CO. Ho. to Cedar at., cor
ner V'illi:iiu .St,
Solicit consignments of Gissenrr, Feathers
Hccswax, Dried Fruit, Furs, Seneca Kool,
Metals, lags, flaxseed, &c, &.c.y &c, &!.
Tlio proptietor offers di!ttion.il atlioctions this
season. Jcv, elet-ai't and snacioHs I rau niir an.l
iall Kooms, beantifiil lawns, ex inisilo air and
scenery, while, tlio waters of Iheso special siuins
invariably relieva Coiisiimiition. Scrofula. Dron-
chilis, Iyspepi.ia, and Diuri !:- and are for sal.: by
lnii;!;ists everywln-re. K.-adilv acc-ssihle via
( hesapcaka J Ohio K. ii. Stop at Ooslien De..t,
where couches will be In waiting. Pamphlets on
aiipiirauon. Jims a . I hazier. Crop r. 4w
r( HOT TH II while on yonr .Tiiinmer L'xcur-
uw tlUI I niL.Kion Xorlli to srraro nn of 11m
with Its special attachments. K.iaster. f iVer
Uroiler. 1 lie Stove anil t'limiinrn ..r. i'.i 'u 1....-1.
i rompt ana careiui attention given to all l ed i.r h.-iro smpiuent. Looks rent on apj i:t..-tm.
fchipments, and account sales with remittance FULLER, YAEREJI & Cfl., 235 ltttSr St.f.Y
rendered on all Bales without delay. I .
Nf.w Youk Kefekexces. Marine Nation
al Eank; Seventh Ward National 13ank;
Messrs. TIowo3 & Macy, Caukerp, ns well ns
all respectable merchants throughout Vir-
pnta and Tennessee.
Nov. II, 170-lv
A LARGE THI3TY-TW0 COLUMN NEWSPAPER.
OXEY riFTY ;extsi
icw inrniiie 19 in penernl n -c
I throughout tiio IT. S. A six inch, i
III used br the Ooverntn'-nt in the lut-
I ''Hire, Waliini!ton, V. ('. Its siin-
1 plicity of Construction and thd pom'.
er It transmits renders it the bet
water wheel ever invented
It. F. BPRXIIA.V, York, Ta
Tho Presidential Campaign cf 1872
Is fraught with issues of momentous importance to
the people cf the South especially, as wtll as to
those of tho whole country. Everybody will de
sire information of tLo progress of tho contest
which bss just connnenced, will wish to note the
movements of parties, tlio dictision of principles,
and to receive tho earliest news of ail events affec-
:n?t!ie final result. To meet this general public
demand wo proposo to make tuo
aFIKST.CLASS C.t.MPAIGX TAPEn, andtopnt
l!ia pr:c witbln tne reach ol nil. it will
be sent from the rrescnt lime to tho clos of tltn
canvass in Xovetnlicr next, at tho I.OW PIUt'H OF.
FIFTV CEiiTS, when sent in Clnba of five or
more addressed to ono porson. Single copira
rsidos tho political news, the Cast PAT" 9 Wrnrit-
I.T Dispatch will contamall the uup.iriant cditori-
f .V'fe idw m L-A
Id n powerfnl Tonic, s;wt!aliy adapted for
n.c in r-prinir, when the LAxorin and tiEi.li itatfu
system needs strenijlh and vitality; It will i.
vijjortu the fuebio, tr-j.srtli to the weak, anima
tion totho dejected, activity to the s 1m:-;!- h, rest
t i thu weary, quiet to Iho nervous, and health lo
It is a ooutU American pl;uit. which, according to
the medical and scientilic periodicals of Iioudmi
and Vris, possesses the most Putt'fci.rri, t-i.ir
properties known to Materia Medica, and is well
known In its nstivc country as havirr wondi.-rfal
curative qualities, and has been la"" sed
rrK' iric in ail caes of irri!i-'S of the Blonrl, De
TOYS FOR THE hllLLSON!
A f- t f T" .. r- - -
A PIKE F2B
Vv'E HAVE KOW IiWKIVED our
complete outfit for the S'i'mmick.
Our Toy I"j.irttncnt U almost
boundless. Embracing many new and
Of Confectioneries and Emits
we have the entire raiifje. We enume
rate, CANDIES, ail kinds, UA ISIXS,
EICE.SII FlCi.S, C II I J HANTS, Si;!i
i.iss liAISONJ and CiTKOX for
Fruit Cakc3, and Plum Puddings,
PHUNi:S, DATES, P I C K L E S ,
CANNED OVSTEIW, TOMATOES',
rr.AL iiii, &c.
Our fVrA Folntaix wi'l be ke; t in order
duHn ' tl.c pcaf..n uud v. ill I e fiinrnht-l the
varioit.-i Lindfi of b'yriijM ( ;' K.o very ii-. I
manufacture. C:ikis bake !, r.:i 1 l'rc.i.I iiir-
ni.shel at all I rnc.-.
Dee. 1, 1S71. tf.
I.YIM; tick N?i:tuw r.M i
ITS OF TUK 'l'i) S Ol tl.K i'
OFFER, fn- fain my Fir:, .,;
alovc stated au.i Coi,t.n:i;"ii ; ;
40 ACRES cr tiliii:?..
Tlie n'tiiiiy of the Lml i- v.'; ;
i.-; ii':i:M!!illy fix. It coi.n -itt.'.N.N
I -NG V.'AT!.;; and i. ;:t,
will. I'l mi ii there is 1 ::n )
Ide DWELLING, and 'a!! i.e.,
1 iiildin;; , iii.hiiiiii.' i'.K :;i: ! i-
A FISE UL AV, OKI'!,
of Choice Tier?, a' out 7." !'t n:
cr v.ilh a.i i.:-.;iy nmrc in il! .r
irkoi:.i I drivi an ii:t:. t;..i:v i
ve: '.i.:i t!t viil (! V 11 to a; t I: :.:
may be p.-iM iiiut t!:ir I.a:e! to. ! i
WCi.K'l llJ uIiU.hll-j ni li.i;.! fit. i . !
fi.itr:lid of a r.ifo. !'!;. f!r..;:r i
length, ';! id yiiiiiin a ni.b ' '
atone poirt iri.'i.i;' .
It is tint li! i!y Ih.-'t ii b:u I I
market, a;; l ap ii :.ti..n !. n! I '
once to I. t". Foil l.i. it ;:i l:.e J.ii
.!': :-'.i.l (i n' h, :i,o!- I .. l'i:. !
V, '. .
A R D W A It 15
1 1. ,
JNIain Street. Dri.stol.
HIT S. U. rEIiGtJSGK.
A LARGE STOCK AT LOW PHiCES-
als of tlie Daily ; a careful and complete summary onFement of th Livor and Sulten. Tumor:, Dronsy.
of tho Forcinn and Domestic news , latest news by I py,;(ty r,f the Clo-jd, Deiiiliry. Wcaknes of tho ill-
tuirrapu im ..i i ... .n ... ...k -....v.. . lCi;ifli5 uitniie or uniiary ere?.r.5
...K.l.l.. Ct.b- PininrM Vlllrt UI:A crP,llr-ll V -1 r. I '
Do Kot Despair.
IlundrcJs of capes of Scrofula, in ita worst
stages, old cases of Syphilis that livc defied
the skill of eminent Plivsiciiina. Kheumat
iea who have been uuiTcring for years and the
victims of the injudicious use of Mercury,
have beca rad ically cured bv DR. TL' l'T'a
S A I ISA l'A R1LLA A N D O.C EEN'S DELIG 1 IT.
It in the most powerful alterative nud bloo"!
purifier known. It is prescribed by many
Physicians ia their practice.
Ifyouhavo ChilLs, whether every oilier
day, every tenth day, or every two f three
weeks, take Dr. Tutt's Liver PilM n l you
will check them, otherwise they will stick to
you all winter.
. Qr. Cherts choice Cl ick and Cieen Tta.
June 7. liKK, Tayi.ok & Co.
ket Kuports ; latest Asrir.ulturnl and Horticultu
re! informal!. m ; pioeeedinirs of Sci intifie, Aprirnl
tural, Keli'iious, and l,ilorary Focietics , all im
portant Legal Decisions or Hate ana Federal
Oiurts : reviews cf the mnsCintcrestin': and Impor
tant New Hooks ; ami, mucej, everyir.ins oi 11,10
rett totho F mily Circle, the Merchant, r armor,
Professional Han, Mccbanie and Laborer,
t-TThemnartj mttst nceijfT.vjrrfrr imlrr. nc
mittanca lany bu mado at oiir ri-k in drift, posUi
money orders or registered letters.
"ijrrostmaslen and others who get a? cluba of
t"n or more will ba cnlulud to a Ireu copy.
C0WAEDIH & ELLYS01T:
may 17. tf.
TO THE CITIZEfS CF EaiSTOL-COOBSO.".
I expect to keep a full supply of FAMILY
and liXTKA FLOUIt cxpre.-sly for P.rietol
tra-Jeand my flour will only bo found ot one
liou-c in tho citv Mes-frs- Davis & McFar
land's. They have inctruetions from me if
my flour does not fully co.uc tip to what it
purports to be the purchaser will return and
their money will be promptly returned.
' J. S. GOFOUTU.
Eagle Milla, Jan. 10th, 1S71.
JOU WOILK cf all kinds neat
ly cxceulc'l at tlic News Ofiicc.
Is strenifthenini? and iw.nristiinir : like nntri-
eions fotsl taken into the Mmunch, it asimil.ites
viid diirnsea itself through tho circulation, fiiviiijj
It rci;ultcs tho ImrvU, jirtx thn H'rr-r, acts
din eliy on the secretive on;in( and, Tv its powT
fill 7' '.lie and restorii "!.'.(., pr i.lnws A. iiJ.y
ana etyoro'ia ncio.r. in me wumn syvt.Mii.
JOUN . Kf.LU0i, IS Plntt St., Sew TrV.
Sole Acont lorlhi l'nite.1 KM ten
Price tine Dollar pur boUio. bead for Circalar.
Anolhor j stent bas jn-t l.n prsnted !. Jf. 11 A ST
ILTON for an improved Driclt Ailn. This Kiln la
cheap, d arable and aitapii in onsl ruction. Durns
iriek ( with wucd or co;J) nil bard and nearly uni
form in color.
H ill mm throe foortha of the fuel as now used
by old kiln. K rnnstracte.1 as to ba charged and
discharged daily, O.im perpetually at wi.rk.rs
Kirdieos of wind or weather.. Send for Circular to
H. M 1IA3HI.TO.N, No. SSouthCay St.Caltl
SewiHj Maeltinnz. V.'e luxvc ful
sale, two thj;n,t .Sewing Machines.
the Warner, cud the Wilcox &
U.Lbs. i rices to.v.
T HAVE Juf t opened in JanW
A. iiock, r.Iain Street, Dnstni a new
ami Iar.ee Stock of liar.! ware, Ci'i
Irry, &c, and now present to the
people of this country an array of that
class or liixxis w hii iiii not rmrr-n.sol
hy thatof anv retail liou.;e in Vire-iuia.
Tdy aHPortnieiit lieintj larcrc nnd thor-
oujn I am uho prepared to whtdesalc
to country merchants at rntes which
will be to thein lniih asat.V:f:u-tion and
advantage and I a.-k f-.n examination
or my good.- r.ii!i prices. An cui'ine-
ration of my jtoek is impoF.sihlc in
this advertisement. Tho li:,t would
Lo practically cndlei;3. It i my de-
tirn locust) iK-nuancRtly la the bu-
bincis in jiriioi ana 1 SPlU.'iestmj st.rt
f public sentiment and the pe.tronai'c
ot me county.
S. Pw. FEIIGI'KON.
fel2lf. Late of Portamoulh, Va.
I"" A larc lot of CIDEH MILLS
clyc?il forL. II. Milluu's JFirc
and 32ur;?ar I'r oof .Safe.
20 000 GRAIN I1ACJ3 ton TvEXT
to the Farmers of Va, & Tenn., who with
to coiiiri us their Grain fnrfalc.
LEE, TAYEOIi & CO.
Juno LS, tf. Lynch our;;, Va.
l2CtCad.!ict!, quarters and half boxes- fine.
tueJiuni find common .l I wvlk, mauiif.ie
turo l Chcwin'; Ij juij.
June 7. " Li;k, Taylc-k & Co.
V. LLi.10 L.Lll.. Uuj llCaliliU -
HA II. UO AT) LINK.
vVith iiit c'i.'t-"cnf t'.tft 1 1 :!
Keiiie, l.'.'ii'iii City. Hi' !..!.". 1
ltt!iii'iii, l;!:!n;il tt, 1 io'..:i -villi,
( )i;ly Ono Chan;;
li'K 1. , ' ': i 1 i ,
m:.1; i. I.;
Than i i t M.mphi.s tr l.ui.. ".!!.',
' fa 17 Ilonr.f l-iii .'. '
Thau . C-jriiit't cr (.ir.-.al
ASK foil TICKETS H
,!j:.'l'tl Hi ll '
liutooj". a. id
I.iMi'd and tT.o N ne.-,-uii.l
C. Ii.i.il.i';- .!! :.:
r. ii 1
THE LOWEST SPECIAL i:'
For En.i .":lritt-t
With mme A lv.ir:l:.;-i
Quicker 'l'i;:e, r.i.l i.iir
Cliaiijjej of Cur th.;a a 1:7 ilm' I
Tickets f..r at all IVIiicl- iITi. '
ficc j in Cic i-'outli.
J. W. TI1! .M, Cru'l
.V,'. T,. DAN LEY, G. P. T. .
ilarcii 1'., tf. . i.
CAKCERS- TtJKOES & UU'Ei.
In con i.l. rrf i'.n r.f 11.11 y c.rr
the ai.ii. to l 111 i'- ; :i-.ni, .'...i
tlo ir hoi.i.-s. wn !t.t e.j .in .i'..; I
who h.is cliarire ol tl.e ei.o.cti i :'!..-'. i
'. C, to liil tho followii api'oini'iii-i..
i:rTnEr:r"::LTo.7. ". c . Vi!!t i
V.ArtKiiVIf.LI?, S. '., rsrf!. JIne,
wm.-Tr.i:, c, Kni.,0 ir..t ' - "
jicnrtur, s. :., .Mr. i; er,-. :;.-:i- .
DfC.K '"OW X, ThS.V., .Vet...! '.;',. iui
Cl.KVr.r.sSD, On, 0 ll-i: e, Jii,i-M. ..
K.liXVII.I.t:,lKSX AlUii. i'' -
lt!.L.S VI1.LK, TL."... CKon J :' . ', '
Z-'lUToL, T'-.V.T., C;.-kr:ts l!.n-l, Ii-' ,' , ,
lA i:M f PKINUS, ;i. c., Prim.ip.il llo- ' .
And at AoltVl! Lii, U. C., Jun
Where lie will icnuin k-r lao pufi0
ii.)j casts. ti!l Oi 1. Im r I I.
Durinir bis an.-e.ipe 1:1 m : i.-i 1 r. .r-
In rh:ir:re of Dr. H-ftl. a -t i.t.-i t V ''
Dr. Kiinn'k 1'bilailelv'iM Uviieva- )
llcmirn of iiraclic -l suliity a-i 1 1 '..
ted With tho trentin. nt of ' .im' r-
Ieers, by Pr. Kli'.'s AntiJoi., 1
forms of chronic disease.
April 20. 3 Bi. tu itii.
Earrtls Drown, L- n c,
loaf, lulveri-.l r-.n i lo-AMiil-ie I " ' .
e7. LEE,'i AVLOlv A l
il Cars P.
', l.-V'iitiC .ill'! Ja; '
Lti:, TAVi.er. 0- ''