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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1878.
IKCIT1L iD DEF1RT1BE OF T&1HS.
Atlantic Mississippi & Ohio S- R.
arrive at Bristol.
Arrive at Lyncblar( ,
Uith Brletot at A
'tasfeig Abttiftdan 7 17 4.
Arrive at Krletol 4 25 A
yaaa Abingdon uS j a.
4 4 . at.
11 5 p. M.
I 64 r. a.
ft too p. a.
17 P. M
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Arrive In Ch
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4 Of A. X.
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10 2m P. M
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Lusve Urintol at
Arrive at Bristol
Our Hat man sent us two many
Hats, and we propose to sell them at
COST for the next $o days. Come
and get one. M. D. Andes & Co.
Dec. 31. '78 2t.
S. JS. leorgmizi1iyn The Sun
day School at the 1st Presbyteiian
Church-was reorganized for 1879 by
the election of the following officers :
.7. II. Seneker, Superintendent; A. C.
Smith, Ass't.. Sirpt. J M. JJarker.
Trea. ; A. B. Carr; Lyl rarian ; J,
Alf. Brewer; Ast. Lib. The school
is in a flourishing condition.
We want to buy 500 beef hides
curing the month of January, 1879.
M. D. Andes & Co.
dec. 31 '7S 2t.
Coming. Mr. W. D. Jones, of the
house of Wood, Marsh & Co. Phila
delphia, writes us he will be in Bris
tol next Friday and Saturday and will
receive orders from his friends and
attend to their requests and business
demands. Mr. Jones is one of the
most efficient agents ever sent out by
a great Eastern House, and the proof
is in his remaining so long with one
Xnv 7 in and Store House. Mr. S.
C. W. Hudgens has Pjencd a Tin and
Stove House in the James Building,
War the bridge, on Main street. He
is a fine workman, and has displayed
much energy and industry in building
himself up. We hope he will receive
a liberal share of the patronage of
the public. See his ad. in this issue
of the JViws.
" There is but one verdic t, and that
is that in thirty-three years Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup has never failed to 'ire
a Cough, Cold or General Hoarse
ness. At Dn:g Stores. Price 25 ct?.;
five bottles, $1.
Acchlctdtd Shootiii'j We learn
that yesterday near Abingdon Mr.
Y va a .
At. II. iienritzie accidentally .iwt aJ
young man named Sheaf through the
mouth, while drawing his pistol from
his pocket to shoot a rabbit. The
54mng man's upper front teeth were
11 shot out and his tongue somewhat
' Lieut. Thomas A. Fitzgerald, of N.
W Police Station, Balto., reports a
case of a severe attack of Neuralgia
that came to his notice, which was
promptl and effectually cured by
Keller's Roman Liniment.
' Fire at Loudon Tenn. Lnst Sat
urday Evening a week ago the store
of Mr. Samuel Sul Jr. at Loudon
Tenn. cought on fire and contained
the books papers and nearly all the
poods were destroyed". Mr S.tu'.'s
loss is about ?6000 of which only
$3000 'was covered by insurance.
Some $1000 in the Koxville and
$2000 in Western Cos.
J. M. Barker has t Now Two Horse.
vagou8 which lie will ?fll for 2-" per
cent loss than the eost of making them.
Clover and Timothy peed cheap for cash.
All Fire-works, Photograph and Au
tograph Albums, and all Ilolliday goods
at 4Hst. Will elose out my Winter .Stock
at cost. . dec. 31 '78 2t.
Disastrous Fire. On Mondav the
13rd the new brick duelling of Mr.
X.VPryden Pemberton. (omc ten
mihVast of Bristol 5n SwUivnn Co.,
was buned in broad daylight, ai d
every l'g in it cmisumed: the house
was not Ue completed aod the cars
penters were a-orking in one of the
rooms, walch caticht from the fire
while they were at dinner. Mr. P's.
Jossisrery serious, being not lets
(Lao $-000, and no insurance.
I hope all persons indebted to Chns.
Thurnian A Co. will come promptl v
forward and settle w ith' me. I must
close my business up n once, and all
ucji a do not settle by the I5th of Jnn
pry. wjjl find their bills in tha hands
f an attorney for prompt collection
I hope no one iU considur himself as
meant to be excepted from thi notiea,
as t is meant for all, w ithout exception
Latever, Chas Tiicrman- fc Co.
Kuixhts of Honor.
At a regular meeting of Bristol
Lodge, No.' 531, Knights of Honor,
held in Temperance Hall on the even
ing of Dec. 21, 1878, the following
officers were elected for the ensuing
six months :
Dictator, Rev. G. A. Caldwell,
Vice Dictator, Dr. J. A. Dickey,
Ast. Dictator, Geo. C. Pile,
Treasurer, V. Doriot,
Reporter, W. P. Brewer,
Fin. Reporter, Geo. B. Smith,
Guide, J. R. Hill,
Guardian, A. C. Smith,
Sentinel, V. F. Deaton,
Chaplain, Dr. D. Sullins,
Rep. to G. Lodge, Dr. M M Butler,
Alternate, W. P. Brewer.
Trustees, J. Dr. M. M. Butler,
Mr. Henry Rosenheim, whose very
presence brings up the most pleasant
association of Christmas cheer, is in
j town, and is prepared to fill new or
ders as well as receipt for old ones.
He is a trump in his line of business.
Mr. J. W. Chapman of Tazewell
C. H. is spending the holidays with
his father's family in town. He has
just received his licence as a lawyer,
and will swing his shingle at JefTer
sonville. We think we see promise
of decided success in him.
Mr. I. A. Nickels will compliment
a few of his intimate associates and
friends with a game supper to-morrow
P. M. We bet Zetelle cannot sur
The compliments of the season to
you, Mr. Gump, Jr.
Mr. C. W. St. John, of Blount
ville, and Mr. S. F. Hurt, of Abing
don, paid our office a New Year call
to-day, a day in advance, but all the
better for that. Mr. Hurt is doin
probably the finest mercantile busi
ness in the county and has a stock
that would do credit to any city.
New Restaurant. A. Mc. Sump
ter has opened, on Front street, a
first-vlass Restaurant, and will take
pleasure in waiting on his friends.
dec 31, -it
Miss Baker's School. Miss Mary
Baker had her exhibition last evening
before a very large audience at Con
way Hall. The Calisthenic exercises
were very fine, and the May pole
dance perfectly beautiful. The little
fellows were dressed like fairies. The
Witch, of Endor, by Miss Rene Doriot,
and Over the Hill to the Poor House,
by Miss Moll ie Taylor, were very fine.
The Bristol Brass Band furnished
excellent music and the entertainment
was one of the best before the free
footlights of our town.
Miss Baker's piano music was very
good indeed, and she exhibited emi
nent ability as a trainer and instruc
tress. Rptist College.
By special invitation, we were pres
ent on Friday before Christmas, at
the above institution, where we were
entertained by exercises in Geography
by the class taught by Miss Mamie
Ansley, and the reading of composi
tions by Miss Janes' class. These la
dies are among the best instructors
we have se3n anywhere, and Prof.
Wester may well congratulate him
self upon having secured two such
efficient and well qualified teachers.
Miss Janes is instructing a class in
what we would term mental calisthen
ics, and it is wonderful with what ac
curacy they can repeat a string of
forty or fifty sentences by only hear
ing them repeated one time. We
hope to be present again on some fu
ture occasion, when we will give a
more extended notice. The instruc
tion given at this institution is very
A Gir sit Dry (Jinx's mid Xotion
We desire to call attention to the great
retail and wholesale dry goods and no
tion house of Syele Brothers, on Broad
Street liiehnmnd. We have personally
inflected their stock, and examined
their prices. For great variety and se
lect quality of goods it has no sjiijterior,
and their method of doing business is of
the very highest order. . Sainplcs will
be sent on application by mail to any
address, raid prices appended. Their
prices are perfectly standard. The house
has the Lighot character, and our
friends can rely on fair dealing and
prompt attention. Mr. Jl. II. Xorvell,
an old Lynchburger, willjjive attention
to the tilling of ordrs, &r which he b
On tub Side-Walk,
Dec. 31, 1878.
nere's the last of 1878. To-morrow I
shall look back at him from the white
head-lands of a new year, and as we
scud away under new colors and over
fresh ground we may all pray that God
may mercifully deliver us from the pes
tilence tba like an Infuriate Herod went
forth last autumn to drape in gloom and
obscure the social glory of so many
liouseholds in tho laud. We can look
back and pray to be delivered from Fi
nancial contractions, and money sharks,
and Flinders, and political D. D's., that
have marred our peace in the old year.
May we pass in and rest under the arch
es of bloom and clustering fruitage on
more prosperous shores.
If it be true, and I think it is, that "a
white Christmas makes a green grave
yard" then the sod and the roees should
grow in our cemetery during the new
year. A more bitterly wld Christinas
week "ye side-walk man" does not re
member. On Christmas morning the
mercury stood only 5 degrees above
Zero, and yet a brave and loving couple
ptood at 2 :30 that morning before Parson
Caldwell and were married. In fact
weddings Lave abounded dftfiug the
week. The whole face of nature was
frozen and torpid beneath its mantle
of snow, but the heart of Young Amer-ii-.i
i-ua n,?indins' iu calorie. The I0112
- . ... .1 : ni.. 1 I
caravan or lee wagons oeai metr muni
drums over the p.ived and frozen streets,
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uiuiueiAi iieei ix uu
, , .. x. r.frt
Paitles and receptions have been up to
the usual number despite the mourning
in some families.
The various Snnda Schools had their
Trees, from which dangled toys and can
ning bags of candies and other tempting
iucy-sela. J was not blessed with sight of
any save the one at the Second Presby
terian Church, which was for the joint
schools of that and the Episcopal con
gregation. Mr. Wilmer Lancaster per
sonated Sant Xc las, and Mr. J. W.
Dunn madamc S. which was quite a
new character. The Church and tree
were the ne plus ultra of good taste,
and as the classes were rewarded the
eyes of the lktle people almost burst
Miss Mary Carson, so long an invalid
has suffered unspeakable torture for
several days, having intlamatory rheu
matism added to her other afflictions, and
the whole resulting in wildest delirium.
Her case is quite, serious. Mr. llenrv
Brown continues to vibrati between
hope and hopelessness, and Mrs. Hick
man, though convalescent, is very slow
A day or two since I threaded my way
along Beaver Creek to Mr. Crowell's i
new pottery and witnessed Mr. Harris,
his foreman, turning out beautiful jars,
crocks and jugs. It was a very interest
ing sight, the jugs not excepted. Quite
a number of ladie have visited the fac
At last a merciful death has released
from her suffering Miss Dcprato, after
IS months total banishment from light.
She was' buried on Christmas day. On
the day following the Lereaved mother,
Mrs. Dcprato, received notice of the
death of her sister, Mrs. Charlotte Gro
gran, in Palestine, Texas, on the 17th,
aged 20 year?, leaving a husband and
three litile children. '
A fresh snow to the depth of 3 inchca
on Sunday night set the sleigh-bells to
music on Monday. I see Thai-ley iliur-
man enjoying it as though lie realized
that Xashville conld afford Mm no such
luxury again. Charley just now begins
to realize how much Virginia is wrapped
ii) in his. being, and I think he turns his
foot steps westwardly wish many regrets.
He hiis do:.e a very line business here,
and it will take a good thing to render
him satisfied sit Xashville. Mr. Charlev
B. James has bought out his stock of
clothing and is now under full sail as one
of the business men of Bristol. He is
popular, has means, and I believe will
do a nice business.
The Clerk of Itoanoke county perpe
trated a cruel juke on Charley Minor
when he applied for his marriage licence.
The clerk simply refused, saying he was
not issuing licence to Miners. Charles
told him it was too cold to le fooling
about grave and sacred matters.
The Baptist congregation give Dr
Worley a splendid donation last Thurs
day evening, amounting to $100. Their
supper to the Sabbath School was a bril
The Diciples had a splendid Christmas
tree at their church on Christmas after
noon, and the First Presbyterian Church
had a double Christmas tree for its own
and the mission school in the west end
of town. The Methodist gave their
school an in-door pic-nie on Christmas
Eve. These celebrations and festivities
are doing great good among the children
of our town.
r m. r
JONES GALLIHER. A t 2 .-30
a", m. Christmas morning, by Rev. G.
A.' Caldwell, at the residence of Mr.
A. S. Galliher on Va. Hill, Mr. Geo.
Jones of Tazewell Co. to Miss Mac
oie Galliher, of Goodson,
JONES-HULSE. Dec. 24th, in
Bristol,- Mr. Charlie Jones to Miss
Hattic Hulse, both of Goodson.
WALDRON WORLEY. Dec.
24th, at the residence of the brides
father, in Goodson, by Rev. E. W.
Moore, Mr. Frank Waldron to Miss
Sue Worley, dauchter of Nathan !
Worley, Esqr. ,
Minor Prand. At Catawba Roa
nokeCo. Va., Dec. 25th, by Rev.
W. J. Shipnun ; Mr. Chsrles E Mis
nor of Bristol to Miss Albenia A.
Brand, only daughter of Capt. W. iV.
T E V I S CROW ELL. On the 24th
inst., at the residence of Mr. John Mc
Crowell, by Iiev. W. J. Pendleton, 3Ir.
A. II. Tkvis to Miss Sexxif. Crow eli,
both of Bristol.
IIILLIARD II U X T E R-On the
2tth inst., at the residence of Dr, Wor-
ley, by Rcv.Tr. Worley, .Jfr. "Dcnrk"
IIiixiaru to Miss MoLLrE Hi'xtkk, both
of BristoL .-
GuMr.-On Main 6trect Bristol,!
Wedi esday Dec . 18th, .the wife of
Mr. A. S. Gump of, a Son Jerorue :
Wortbingion. j , -'
DEPRATO. Dec. 23d oh Va.
Hiil, Miss Francis N. . Deprato, aged
iS years 3 months and 18 days, 0
disease of the spfnal cord.
A. Card. -To
" Eritlot Ten. &
Dec. 31 1873
Having tccepted the ofier of a
large business interest in the city 'of
Nashville, I have, with many feelings
of regret aevereT my business con
nection with the good people of B.U.
lol and vicinity, and,f have sold rny
lre stock of Clothing, Boots. Shoes
! IIts, and gents ft rnishing goods gen
erally to Mr. C B. J unes lata of the
city of Memphis, and I now appeal
t., my mai, frie,lds, who have so gen-
erous v patronized nie to extend to
him their support and patronage. I
can heartily and sincerely recom
mend to them Mr. James as in every
way a gentlcinrr?, and worthy of
their confidence and esteem He is
able to oiTer them, rare inducements
as to prices and willj 1 believe, do
better by the public than any other
house in this coantry. He bai tb
permanently identified himself with
Bristol and is one of our people We
can well afford, to stand by cur peo
ple. Oace more al'ow .me to terfder to
to a generous public my heartfelt
thanks for all their kindness and lib
erality toward me and 10 express the
dearest wish of my heart that I may
never cast my lot or fortunes amng
a people less noble and generous than
I Lave found them to be.
On account of the continued delay
in the completion of our 'New Store'
we have decided to take the whole
of our present s'ock to ( our country
stores in Johnson and Greene couns
ties. We will remove by the 1st. of
lanuary next. All persons indebted
to us will come forward and settle
their accounts, and all persons to
whom we are indebted ill present
their c'siuis for settlement. For the
next two weeks we u!l t.tll all goods
at very reduced prices, rather than
move them. Respectfully
YAREBoron & Wood.
HQJiS! -jloTiSI HOGS!
Having engaged rn the pork pack
in;; business, e are in the .narLet
for fit hogs, Ur which e will pa v
the hig!;e.sl mark ft price.
Winston' k Kino.
Dc, in, '78. 3-..
COXSOin iON C CliKlK
An old physician, retired .''iohi prac
tiee, hv!i)jr had piarvd in his hai-d
l.y all libsi fndin riiit-Motiarv the f r
inufi of a tuitip.'e vejrvtnld remedy,
or s e .jidy tuid pfitiai tit ru'f 1- r
eoi:smit.i ctii, bronchi I is, t-ntlirt h. ast n
mil. .in. I till ttiroat hiid lurit; slli -t lor-,
tli-o h p'-itivf and r.i-tieal cure for
nerviii.H iJ'-loti'y nod u!l o rvom cu:i
ptaiuls, ufier hnvin tested its o:i
drfiil curative .ofH ill ti u-Mli.'s of
eas- s, Ltis leil if his duty to make tt
known to his sntt'.-rinir ff'lwg. Ae
touted by thi motive, unci h desire to
relieve iiiini4ii sulfi 1 inir. 1 will send.
free of cliHTe, to idi vim desire it,
tin recipe, Willi tuil directions lor
preparing end usinjr. in (iermun
French or KoiIikIi. Sent by 11. ml Py
aiidressiiiir with stamp, I'mniti this
pKper, W. w. hlterr. M!) Powers'
Block. Rochester, Xew York.
. dec 3, 1S7S 4w
NATURE'S REMEDY !
Emlvrscd by Slttticitl Profession.
rilHE ALUM AND IROX MASS
A AXD WAlrJK FROM THK
Bsftfsrfl, 7a.f Aloia'& Iraa Sprlnis,
ESTABLISHED 26 YEARS
Efficiency proved by actual results
111 thousands of eases of Dyspepsia,
Debility, (1'nenses peculiar to women.
t Iironic JJihir! cv'i, Hca.'Mche. Hcn.fu
lfi hiiu cuiHueous Ail'-ctiotis. cSi.re
Throat and l)iptl:eri. Chills and Aa
Iariiil Fever. F.xtiacta from Te?timo
15-st remedy for Inflammatory Sore
Tin oat am! Dtpihei ia ever useil by nie
as I have found after a practice of
torty years. acts rs a tonic, alterative
and fei.rifng pr f-rble tocbiorate of
potash.' P. A. SIFFKHD, M I)., X C.
'After a practice of many years I
have found 1,0 remedy equal to Red
ford Alum and Iron Sorim: Water tnd
M hs.s for Chronic diseases a'id disi ases
peculiar to women.' JOHN F. MET
TEAUR. M. D., LL.D., Va.
'Successfully used in Dyspepsia and
Chronic Diarrhoea.' Prop SAM'L.
JACRHOX, M. D., Univ. of Pa.
Surpassing any remedy that I know
of for sciofulous affections, have used
if fr twenty ears in n.v nractice. T.
L", WALKER, M. D.. V.
riiid it-nee oj near su years
I have found io treatment equal to
thin water anil mass for Scrofula, Cu
taneous Affections, Glandularrieninjr .
merit. Chronic irritHtioiid of the b'.a I
der, kidneys and uretba. ulceration
and certain forms of dyspepsia. Prof
J. J. Moorman, M. D , Va.
XO WATKHS HAVB A WirER RANOR
OFfSKFCLNs.' Va. Medicaf Month
ty, Richmond, Va.
Used with unparallelled suneess in
hseniorrhatric malarial fver. W. A.
Green, Ex-Viec Prest. CJa. Med. Assn.
'ENTIKKLY CUREP OF CIIILIS AND
FEVER BV IT.'-REV.IL. V. DODSOX,
J. A. LEE. V. -
Directions, analysis and full proof of I
an crimen sent with eaen paefeajre.
vv Mte r on ets gHi;n. 54 tse of our
dozen half CHlIouaiottlea, 3 for 5 gal-
Mass 50 ots. and ?1 hitil: $25i)and
$5 00 per half ikaetC art.trdiig to ntze
-ut -"pvHtiii Fullrf of all
rlaimed nt fiee ttpon appiiv-atinri
Litretf ternm to dealers. . J n valid are
wTOQiiii'idatnl at these Springs aL all
limes of the year. Address, a. ; M
Snv o' V?" of t,,p i: LviM 'arg. j 'i
.Including a large line of Collars,
Haud kerchiefs, Ladies Ties, Bows'
Scarfs, Autograph Albums, &a.
New and taf-hionable Uat& and
Clothing, Ladies and Misses Vests
everything new and cheap at Bar
kers, Dee. 10 '78. 3t.
Jfottce to the Tublic "
At the Hamilton House "Bar, Bristol,
Tenn., Jetfs best Lnpior,
Jett's Best Pure Old Apple' Brandy
(Ginger) Apple 44
Pure , Wines "
Choice (Robinson, Tate A Co.) Old
To all wanting liquor far family' use,
medicinal purjKses, and yoiif sweet
cake flavor for Christmas can find them
at our saloon. We only keep the best,
and guarantee it. We keep a neat and
JOHX W. JBTT, Age'iit.
dec 17, '78 2t
Furnished Hooms Twrt tarnished
moms for rent, witii or without botrfl.
Apply to Mrs, Conway, James Block.
Dec. It, '78 L't,"
l.i4T is Ivii-g.
The Liver is the imperial orpau of
the whole human ys em. a it con
trols the life, heahh and liKppine-s of
man. When it is disf urbeil in its
proper action, all kinds of ailments
are the nafurul result. The digi's' J..n
of food, the inovettientH of the heart
and blond, the action of the I. rain and
nervous system, -are all Immtdmtely
connectfd with the working of the
Liver." It has been successfully prov
ed that Green's Ausrust Flower i- un
etpialffd fn enrinu all persons sfiiicted
with Dyspepsia or Liver Comphiiht
and nil the numerous symptoms that
result from an unhealthy condition of
the Liver and hHomarh. Sample bot
tles to try, 10 cents Positively soM in
all iowns on the Western Continent,
"iirt-e doses will prove that it is just
wiiHt you v ant.
For sn!e by J, A. Dickey fr Co.
Dae. II. '77
Some three week ajjo Messrs. Lan
drum tt Litchfield donated several
hundred dollars worth of their cele
brated Seven Spiirfcs Alum Ms for
the benefit of ih Y -How Fever suffer
ers, and have just rec fved the follow
inil letter from the President of the
Howard Association at Holly Springs,
IIoli.t Srni.vcs. Miks., )
Sept, Itith, 1878. )
Messrs. Landrxim & Litchfield.
Please accept our tlinnks for your case of
ir-even tiprine "Iron an l Alum M:isn., re
ceived Kunie Java z . Quite m nuiijbr of
our citizens are ueieg it witli good retult.
W. J. I.. HOLLIND,
President Howard Association
At last it scents that a remedy isdis-
iHiv,-rt; t t' eli'-c-k this fearful disease.
Me--i. L'liikniin t Litehlteid are
shippin Jiirre qtmntities of this val-
utihii inedicine to the South.
R EM A It K 5 :
TIib times may t e con.-iilcred liurd, and
money enroi', but a le tiollurs 1 o Vested
f.r ilie "Seven Spri nps" "Irnn nnd Ahiin
;!.-i-s' are -rroitli to every one thus
tipeiit to uny pernn who is not perfectly
vc Hi; ' 'c."T. v. T!if arc persons timt
v raid ill) a bi.ule r.'tther tlian be
it 1. nl' it. A getit!cn:nn in Mississippi
s:ys he ouM give Slf!) for a single bottle
if l.e could not olitiin it for lees. The re
tail price id only 81.00 per bottle sent
fOHt-pttui te ny poa: nffice. Tin's Mas is
forg.de l.y Bcstino & Pi rn a, and J. A.
Dickkv &. t'o., Kristol, 'lenn., and by near
ly all rcjrular Drti2ist, but if the Drugiat
i;eurest v;m .Iocs not Veep it, acud to Lim
.Irtim & I.it-.rlifiehl, Atinpdnn, Vii.'.,and yo"
will cfrtsiidv tret it fur tfce price.
.Un t:i '77-iv.
The "iv-veii ?pi;ns Iron and ,Aiiim
M iff" is for nile by J. A. Dickev &. Co,,
and 1'uiitiii); & Pepper Bristol Tenu.
S. C. W. HUDGENS,
HOLLO W-WARE, &0.
HooSinu', Cnftcrinjr, an t Pepa rinj made
a specialty. Or lerM promptly filled and
satisfaction guurnnteed Literal 1:bc. unte
to the tr.Tle. Bulitimere and K.oXTille
bids duplicated. dec 31, 1878 tf
L PURSUANT to a decree entered in the
District Ciurt of the United States
tor the W stern District of Vs.. in the
caxe of Juo. L! Worley and A n A. Stevens
vs. Hugh M, MiHaid et mIs, on the dny
of November 1"79 I shall on 'Monday he
t7th of January 1878, proceed to resell tht
TALUABLE HILL PROPERTY
of Ilneh M. Millard, and the html attached
thereto, situated on the line of the A.M.
& O. R. K.,aiiJ about one mile from Bris
tol Ten nes.see.. i
TJSI12IS- OF S JuT, :
Cash sufficient to pr costn of sale, and
also coeta and co missions of former sal
The residue en a credit of one, two and
three years; purchaser Riving bond with
gocd security for Jtlnrred. t a.vmertia.
I GEO. E. Pfi.VN,
dec. 31, '78 Conncissioner.
Bca at if til Flo wars;'
CIIOICK te.wix s,-.-Ty Mall.
Fnrtl.00 wa mhi nnstnaid. either of follow
I nif foilssrtfona. a.'i cnoica vadi ttea :
So Verbenaa, or I fl'-liotropes,
t rniaais. ofS FceUtiiw,
6 Toleos, or 6 Kss,
4 Ivies, or ! ' r.iitfcematnj, or 10 assort
a tfi-een (ma lJ4.
fl '1 IaJ iiiltls . or & Fnnhl. 9J K-
"U-lie pit's ijario Seea, cr 24 packet
rtrvil.r a. 1 W . r.i.. ...... . .
Ift.i W appl ifs-ra . it I
iavn-x. evasco.,:.. r ;
Tstited , - Yi-RS, VK f .
X-- : iiy; V- Vv-i
. . HAS THE
I 4 crw fci
it' n it- m
Plain and Oriieniental, iu CITY STYLEand nt CITY PRICES. ' All 'woik
promptly executed. Oiders solicited. TEliMS (?ASII. ' " ' -
!e of Valuable Lsnd.
I'y Tin ne of ifce ao'Imrity eta lame It a
ttt d t.l l inm excuit-d m tb 6tb of mn't
ISTS by Jxiii.'n T. lJr-t- n S "ife, anil of roc.iu in
l it-rk Office i.f tlie c.n.itr c ort nt Vah
litn roanlT. Va., 1 will .atnicly on tUo
prfHiit oil Sitl it: llrltili liitv i.f Jii.aarT
iS7!)t nbiiot ncrf .f Ter vt'uabla land, cim.
vey?rl to m a Trnt. Ih iil Trnt ld . 1
aim is ritnatxit in W cshinKton nuity Viri;iiiiM.
in a ichI ncii;lihorhood. arcKMille fo arhonla anj
churches ahoat thi lutln eitt nf the flonrisb
infc town i.f Oo;dhi. it, on thi old ntiiee rod,ai.d
on the A M & O K K, and -tdjnins til lands lor
uierly earned ty Col S. t. inHidion dtrad, do
land T. LpKanl m d otbrra. It has Hi eoinforla
hli lWfilti k,! tiH'n It anH th dpcsknit onl-
liuitftfa is well tin bi-reil ami walfrid, limrtng i
, ml sprini; nt lii.v water iid tl. K.averi
erect rnn llT.tntb it, aUfrdliK vord atrr j
power. fiMnediitfety opi n lji llrtff o r the It. li.
iiiruint fur aim- t any kiud of macl.iwrT. a
largn part of the land is cieareJ and well adapted
to all kinds of Rutin and grasses ta snnCApt ib!e
of fili ( divid.'d ii.to tw. pr tbrfa (fiwid lariKs,"
slid irtll ba sold a whole or in parcels to ait)
purchaser . rriT desirtrtic to parcbaae prl
Tutely. tan il before the d iv uf sale. A rnre
o 'pertanify is nflered t persiins wsiidnc- to pur.
rhasa aaloaXe jnd, and any snch will tlo wMI
to fixamlrs tba ?ahd at once. 1 will aell at the
smo ttme and plaeaona aeTenth interest In the
real estate of John Mlnnlek, tleenaafd, eo-.aeyi d
t.' ssld Preston by W. K Mnrriyand Wife and
45 acres, balance of tka fits Ridge tra. t coiiTeved
to the sai l rtrston b John Creat-m. decta.sed
also ten atacks of bar simnihe preniiter, . .
' TKKM1, or
Tha land wlil be siTI,
oir i'u illicit nrion on.
two and fbrea 'ars ere'
it wn inter wt frmn th
a. .. ir U -IvTw' up"" ici, terms as
mir baif't.l neon, tbe arl'"" ' ."lull
ed (oexecaie bond with .od'w'",'
lit lay will b sold u pm t arsTTflui e-rfT?T
Krest Imn da! of aa1, lha pnrcbaaer being re- I y
iiulr.d to giTe negotiable nea ibrefor wait an-.Lr
.lorsrd. AkTHD :. Ccaaora
till Jan 11. '7 Trintcest
A GOLD MEDAL
h:ia heen a war !cl a! the Parii Ei'aibi'cion
of 187$ to
Trst KI COUD SPOOL C0TTOV. It is
.sle'irite-l r 'ni n2 STP.ONO, ELASTIC
and of UNIFO'tM STRENGTH. It has
been awarded MEDALS at the great K.tpo-
itiens, f:cm the first nt Paris, ia 1 S 5 , to
the Centennial at Philadelphia in 1876. In
this country CLARK'S O. N. T. i?PO-jL
COTTON is wiilelv known in all sections for
its Superior Ftceilence in Midline and
Hand JSewin. Ti.eir Mil's at Ncwurk, N.
J., and Piisley, S ot 1 itel , are the Urgt
and most complete in the woil l. Tlie en
tire process of wniiif .cliirt is conducted
nn'ler the most complete and caref-1 super
vision, and they claim fur their Ameiictn
production at least an equal merit to taut
produced in Paisley Mills. A
NO GRAND PRIZES were atvarJed
at Paris for SI 00L Col ton,
they are jrlad to annov.nce ti the American
r..t.l: .t. . .i , . . .
iuiiijc tn.i iney nave ticen awnica a
GOLD MEDAL, heinj? the highest award
given for Six-Cord Spol Cotton.
G&i$ A. Clari & Broiler,
400 llrojulivsiy. New York.
LIQUID EXTRACT 0? BEEF,
Dr II. K WnJron, of Annnpnli., Md , says Col.
d -n's I.loblfc l.'qalwl Cxliarl f Kerf is
a. mos, exr-ll. i t pr-,.rti, i,. it j. (liir ,Xl, ee
i tp -rior to i:. l.lv.-i Oil or arivlliina I have erer
o-ed in wasted.r impaired eo,,Hilint)ons, and i.n
erceildi.t prerrmire i.f llalsrlal diseiwes. fiol.S
by all lrugjits and Orocers.
r7 l T to renl c:inva!
U ( Vlvllor Trtnai
Aiidresa P.O. VICKEi:r,
vaaainir forthe F I re-
sod dutnt f iee.
p GENTS WANTED -for the beat and fastest
si-llui? Piuti.rial n..ka and HI 1,1-. i-,i,.
r Uuced 3 tier cut
Addro.a JtT. f CB. Co.,
on Mlxod Crd. S'jowUike, l amark, Ac, no 2
w" alike, with name, 10 eta. J. Kinkier to
asiiaa. ' V.
Tft niXMM'KI:N, with BJfl,e, lo
-s.W Axents' outfit 10c. L. JO.Vta k CO
Sit ar, 5. y.
rrsrrij-Joa Fr-"S laa..y
MSS.m w k 1 1 1 . - .
II Wlw.. AM... , ... . . . 1 '
la actua.iv pntncl.
1 Cton Plsce, ITcw Tcri.
Come to ROdANS A CHAPMAN
at the Nickels House Corner, Tor your
supplies where eveiything in the
Family Ororery line is kept of the
purest atMj nmat sIeet kind
Mr I. K CHAPMAN
memer of the firni ai is a merchant
f-3() yew ezperieru-e. The piildie
can rely u, on god articles and the
lowest C-h nritHM.
HOG AN S A CHAPMAN.
nov 12, 1878 tf
VYcod, Marsh-&;Co., ,
It:; -r-j s'td Jobterw in Dr$- Gootia
surl Noiions. i
A (jtNTS'WANTirj-FoT lb hcl and faatrat aalU ,
' ma Ctcl.-na. Un.ka and I llilra. Ynte ra
incri ii per cant. S ltloi kh rtnituixa Co t
1 lillrdsl; UU. I'a. 4
A Tiital ard aont us b. jnr l-i lres will
tntare li.snra fr in reinrn rsr lllartralei Ci'rea
laranf ntra H.iasffnriiisl.iiiK .Vptcialtira. f Atnta
Skji.tuJ. Mauo'actareia, iM Pfarl Street, titw
AGENTS, READ THIS.
Wa will i ants a Sslitrr of li)0 BT month
1 T IT i -"i - I ' i a T71T m n ' 'i a 1 1 In
, our n and.
II r.aprew Itiitresi PAID,
THE CSSiT 12Z2.CAX TT
n h it
rwrri ceroid b.ia
on Trial Wa-rcn Srulo. all Tron nmf
Stet;!, DrassCeam. Add ivss, Jones
of Bingliamton, JJi'igauiton, New
WASTES.- GOOD MX nig EVEGT STATE
and Territory in the tliiion, a fair salary
paid. Call oraddn-.a 1 Uetle iianrg Co..93Claik,
aireet. htcai,i, 11.
WJ A GOOD AGENT er.TM Bn.
aa a i. A , ,(J . t,.,,,s ,,,,
neat aelltiiK hiisHh'ild anicii-a in (li-w.irM ta
i.r..fit.. write;,i ..c to X. y. ta.,iitaeinrin
... 1 '"I. if. in !'i ire. S. r Vi.rk-.
. .... . . . i .
tif-iy iiiereiit this tern.. ieai-iF, and ar'ilpi.l
tivuly cam nine cases i tn. Inlnruiation ilit w 11
x i.i.iit l;res sent free hytuiii. Don't delay a
UK.iu-i.t. 're vert Ion la b.-ttr fhan core. Sold
everywhere. j. . JOii.Su3 (;. Kuhoi.
A GR3A.T 07F3R FOR
HOLIDAYS ! !
We will during the Holidays, dispone
of 100 Pianos and Organs, at extraor
dinaty Low Prices for c.-'sli. Splendid
Organs 2 3- at-ts of roi tlsSG-l. 3 sets
Willi SiiU Ha-8 Coupler JSO. 2 sets $-50,
1 sett 4 ), 1 set 53.J. 7 C tave all'ltose-
wood Pianoa S13l, 7 J do 140, warran
ted for Six year. Agents wanted, IN
lustrated Catalogues Mailed. Music at
liaif priee. Horace Watkks & Sons,
Manufavturtrs and Dealers, 40 E. 14th
street. X. Y.
Thra is no Comparison l.tween It and th-M
umiiion alow actlnk! porons plaster. Itislnea-B
ry way sapertnr to all other external r-raealoH
'c.a.liiiK llnltB.-i.ls si,d taeao-call, d electric
.i"-". i.".iin nrw niaicinai eieinai.tij
vuich n comb'natlon with lol.bpr, possess th9
on xtraordin.try pain relieving. strenKthen
tit and aararlve propertiea. Any Physician ii
our own locality will ennltrru thn above alaie
ent lor lanie II irk. Kheuuiaiism. Fe
le U'eakness. Muhhnm and Nel-et-d olj-;-.;uhi,
diseased Kid'ieya, M"h pin cnox'h
tf.ctn.i.s of the heart, and ail ills for which no
oiu plj.trrs ara bhk.1. It is eimply the b-eig
nown reniniy. asi, lor Henson a apeine
ona 'laster. and tnka no oti-r. Sold liy at
rniTKl riiee 5.1 cts. .V-nt on receipt rw prln lJ
y,.nry a ji iiiaoii. 21 fiait St , Sew Vir Ii
CORKSIelUS A. GRAY
Barber 2nd Hair-Dresser,
FRONT STStET, BRISTOL TENS
Desires the patron ape of the piil-lla
Politeness aif attention fivtuto al
ami nlisft'c-tiii guarantee I.
M ia-IS7a. t
rr Blank Wabka.w for tale'
at this ofh'ft, very low.
r. E Wi.o, J. S. EJlet, J. D Cramp.
WINCO, ILLETT, & CHUMP
JK-.nderfiil 1 1 l " ' 1 s "in.
S!l iSilAS a CO., .Hr.lii.!!. .7.
I n AHEAD AIL THE V
I The aery he.t jror-.U dlre.j
I fl i I i,nP"r,eT "' the4.
(I J'l L)i to"' P1'" ntT'leuX
a UilPVI,:ii, a,renta and U-j;a bnye
mmBmr "jC. a T
Boots, Shosk Trunks,
Ho. ISOSf, Mai't. Irctt,
RICHMOND,- - - VT? .:.!;,f.'
1 "('ases IJ.Jot' iif:;! - ,:.'.( ' "
) I I 'we offer t'l th f:,w( - 4,..,'J',.e
heSn... Kt. at LO: '.;; 'lin l.' -
Pri.'f-s guuou.iM . a. ....'r.'
'fa cUi' T'77--Iv'."'
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