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ri'DLIftlilC., IK GOODftjO.1 ,
Ttw f Irftnla fronton of the town, j
I. C. FOWLER.
issued eufly Tuesday at f 1.60 per oimnm,
or, if pant tu uioaiK, fl.OO,
The Editor of - Xu$ te not responsible
fur opinion exprmnxl by (strreapondimta.
JOB WO UK
Executed, with netnts und dispatch at iYwe
That is what a great
many people are doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month they
The only sure remedy
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bjttxrs, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
enriches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to every part
of tht system repairs the
washed tissues, drives out
disease and gives health and
This is why Brown's
laosr Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent fevers, &c
soj 8. Pac Be, Baltimore.
I tt t great sufferer from
Dnpcpsk. and for stvend
WMwaouU eat nothing and
in growing weaker evry
sUjr. I tried Brown's Iron
ttttert, tad am happy to lay
I now have a good appetite,
m4 Mb getting stronger.
Brown's Iron Bitters
Is not drink and docs not
conttun whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be Imposed on with
TUESDAY. OCTORKU 3. m.
- Of all the linmlMiRs of lh Any Mr.
JUslnn'i tiMnrrlton ns to the Vlrglnta
Dnntrstho wcnlcnt, tho llilncst tlio
most rullcnlotm. llo Mug, lilmsclf In
to Tlrjliiln In Wi'f'f of 11o ticket of
tlto Big Four Fonder pnity. To cnlcli
gnlis he prnprwea tlist llio 1". S. goTurn
twenl nhnil pay a tuition of tiio jniWIc
Trent of ttiU Unto to coinpcnsntc for llic
Mef Went V. territory. A niurn
broker' Job, to act up tlm I'll of Wwt
f n. certlflcntn. Wlmt ilo wc euro for
Its one-third, hj tinniilmntm consent,
ssl npsitto VfestVnr" Ill known Hist
wn do not mii to pny one ilollni'nf It.
Ytl Hits is tlie clicsp lu llm lie odVis to
V. fools If tlicy will tut n tlielr harks
en Mshnnf, lUsdJiiMmviit mid Arthur.
Col. Fulkorsoii In his ' speech prufers
Blnlne. t Arthur. Hccms to think IHnlne
will out bit Arthur for our help. Ar
Ibur dm us mac, ciinllty, rvconolll
tlon, complete reHtorntlon ns oijunls In
th union, mid i'iuul participation In Its
rmlronngo nnd powor. Itlnlno oilers to
pT H w'est Virginia jmrtlon of our
debt und can't deliver that! Thin J
Why the sphlei s most attenuated gossn
msr Is cable cord behle It!
Tho Abingdon Virginian shouhl re
member that the people of WnHlilnRton
County can innko tmi and are even
M to add, mulilply and subtnict.
It says tho Danville Company ran buy
l'telem at 30oU. and fund them at fltk'ts.
and can buy black Script at 10 or IB and
fund It at 80.
Lot us nee, then. f.'IO worth of IVlers
will buy $00 InKlddk'bcrKer lands', and
10 worth of lllack Script will buy f0
It Itlddlehertcr Bonds. Conao
qnently 10 If )ctit for script will buy
111 moro of lUddlolwrgcr bonds tbim f:i0
If ipont lu reelers. Kfsult 10 la worth
mnr than J0.
nx" ir t nro roelers now coct .1(1 and
Blank script $.13. .
"Bicimi me Plr I nnlf tiwan
T show thn rl no wlilch fnn lnU
Hi: i i i . ' t?
Tbo Wob-footod Tarty,
tic Mint, ilo fullnw who wished (o
luirehaso the drake forndnmc CH;k, was
an Irlshmnfi. Ilo said hli IWt
rUled and "all licll eonldii'lllivlp him."
r ll occurs to Hi Ibnt Ihe Wrt I'our-ltra
rathe web-fN.lcd K''"iy f,f ,,,,m
Itlgit. They are Inteiided for Ihe w.lld
(round of Readjustment or f'r lnklnK
wstef wi rnniki lsm, as foi tiino "y
'fhry Ihlisblt th,i ilellcalo t K" ",fti
divides laud from waU-r and nro n-mly
f'rrallon wliflluT It Imi inlnnow oi'
And now the liomboit Dciiiocrnta"
tiomlniled for (lovrrnof of Masa
rhtmrlis, ; t HutUrl And these arc
lb pw.plj who re with drawn darg'ii
eking at the frlciully Imml of Arlhur
a lie rklcitds It to Virginia I
VOLUME XVIII. . BRISTOL, VIRGINIA k TENNESSEE, TUESDAY,
The Kiclimond and Danville RaU
Poor Mr. yimskur Fowler, how he
twists an aiulrnift about this swindlu.
Qiicrry. DidlHon. Ahiam Fiilkciion
put up a swindle when he voted to sell
the State' claim of nix miliums of dollars
due from the A. M. & 0. 11. It. fr nr
millions payable nuld unnadjutted IYe.I-
t-r jtiMKigiu par? We beliuve that debt
was not due. though as to that no mat
ter. Aow the Danville debt wiih Icbh
than hair a million and it In to he paid
In JlmdjuHtcd JlnwU. 'J'lie Vinjinimi
may "twlnt and wjulrm" a week over
The pillent Tazewell farmer, Cajit.
Henry itowen, was at our court lat
wuek.shakinnr luinds and talking with the
people. His (iilet, manly deportment
and generous face are the only introduc
tion be needs. Everybody likes Mm.
A more popular man never ran
for Congress anywhere. On Tuesday
be was In Bland, where Jlc'JVer and
Fowler addressed the people. Every
where the people press around him and
M-ek bis acquaintance. He w 111 try to
visit every county In the District.
t . .
Paul's reception lu Carroll has
eclipsed uny politcnl manifestation ever
known In that county. His spc.uch Is
said to havo been the finest ever deliver
ed nt Hillsvillo and for the first time
that Htalwiu t Fonder county Is likely
to go for the Ueadjiisler ticket, Wise and
It Sims that the Flinders do not
It that Heott has withdrawn und W
H. put on, In tho Fifth. Beasou:
MaJ. Daniel and ;ol. Fulkerson have
pollen together, on Jno. E. Miissey.
Both are against Juo. S. Wlip. Duulel
claims '.hat Fulkerson "went over" to
hi m asa "Democrat." Fulkerson claims
that Daniel "went over" to lihu as a
lloitsey man. Whether Un y nru riding
Ms y or Msxpry riding them Is the
Kooly'a Motor Eevorsod.
Col. E. H. Qlasi Qoos otot to Wise
Us TJV.fo Is ftlalod. Mai. 1!. 11. (ilnss
sn)-s bo Intends lo vole for U'Ifp tu pie-
rsrnnev lo ,Mnsne, Well, W Inn and Ihe
Whig hip w clrfii.ie to nil such in.(!lnn
Democrats. Oranyc Olitcrrer,
Ah, but It Is remembered all over this
Stale IhM Major (Jlass whs IIip editor of
thn VonftrutiriIitmnf.mt, Kclley'sesin
palgn paper, last year. 'hj.
A TOTAL ECLIPSE
of all oilier liiixllelnes liy lr. It. V, I'lrreo's
"'lnlileii MivtlPal lilnenvery" In nlriiu'liliiir.
Vnrtvulli'd In IiIIIiiiih OlHiirilei'M, liiMmre t.loii.l,
noil eoiiHtiiiiiillini. wlileli Is oerofiilliius iIIhcuiu'
TEE BEAUTIFUL TEARS.
I've Keen lliem lornlii.
AkHh' llri'iioi sIodiI by.
The hcaollliil imiih
I iiil'V let lli.
A" Hi" llri'iun stmiil !',
llowlilnn'reil n wnril,
Ami 1 1' lieiuillful yrnrs
IIiiiio iniirii niipenriMl,
He wlilnpereil s wont.
Anil lot mii.hil In truth
VVnit Mlr.HlK no a upell,
Kurt hut word whs "lontu."
"I) lii'Hiitirnl ynirK,"
1 entcerly ei leil.
"You will nitty lietv linw"
lint no vnlee mplli'd,
Ami I snw Ihrl.l (itiln
Awny thriiniih my tenrs.
They were iln niim IlieiiinelvPS,
Those lieHtitllol years.
INnshvllln Iunnkii of Hept. 11 Iskj!.
A NASHVILLE HOUSE WITH
ITS EXTENSIVE BRANCHES,
Tbo Mild 8i.ptoitilior Uahni Lu a Groat
Boom to Oiie of Most l'opular Ulotuiun.
"Moro water glldeth by the mill than
wots tho miller of." Morn money circu
late back and forth from Nashville's en
terprises of iilth and moment, than III"
moat careful observer of her growth
dreams of. One of the greatest business
booms to fall under the loiiruallsilu eye
of recent date Is at the liouan of Charles
Tliitrnian A Co., cloihlers and gents'
furnishers, No. .1 N. Cherry street, this
city. The popular "head and front" lo
this establishment Is also senior of a new
clothing store lu the bustling Httlo city
at old Lookout's base, and Is Interested
In similar houses lu Lynchburg and
Norfolk, In the Old Dominion. Cspt.
Tliiirniaii Is a man of llbeial Ideas, never
leaves a alone unturned In his ellorls to
build tip t'"d ndvunce the city In which
he lives, mid Is not outranked m popula
rity lu the Commonwealth.
ity common con I wo vole thst an
il v of vanities, love of drcs, entirely to
tli'u gentler sex, but Ananias gave up
ii. Tii it for n similar filb iise as ar coin-
mil when we do so. 'I he male crnoluie
cares a fast deal for his appearance.
Our puriMnc this morning Is to pander to
thlii.aculli.eaclf.apitcclallnn and en-
.. ii liv sciliiir a silvan' nerant.
'I'lniiiiiaii A Co., doughty ki yhls
. ..... .xi.iiu.ili.il' lii vaoiiil
Will liotoiiow ny -""i" :
lull them bv rorco of aiipet lorliyof giai. s
or make, ofaiyh) t-r novelty, or of mod
ma on in I" I'1''. Their lance Is not at
J" a moment. The keen bnalm
rooslaiillvallltei'i'ol.lemhow to meet
wa i of their vast Isidy of p.trons.
Unuidlorthe till, they enirr upon the
fall contest with the handsomest a-tsv
of ithlnxwehsveaeeu. 'Ihe smile,
b -a. which fall loth" !' 'f
,7 , 'v III iHisl.owe.ed t.pou tho ens-
: ' .nt... l.niisn Wlien tn'T ami)
tlwiinselVI'S III stHH
..In llielr tollel
i completed i'.v hi"
... i .... .i..
for WHICH inn
F 1 lulu I
f... hss imssril nuo . I ' . .. .
"":,,M''""t, '.Lulling made
from the latest Importations from the
ld World. In ready-made clothing the
firm have lines that equal In variety, In
number, in durability and rellned good
taste, any to lie found this side of Wash-
lug (.'ity. Their piece goods of excellent
The clothing department contains n
parel for the million. Neat and attrae
tive suits for pvcrv day wear that will
hold color and textvro uiiinlured for
long time; (esthetic costumes for the dis
ciples of the sunflower and the lily;cven-
tng dress of the most "swell" descrin
tion, durable clothes for the business
men, suits for boys of a thousand pat
terns and sizes. The mortal man that
can't be suited here had best, take to the
woods and reconcile himself to a vosture
of ilg leaves, for ho will never be con
In underwear they allow no firm to
exceed in the number of styles, and In
the nt i ii lit in of n gentleman's dress, ties,
scarfs, gloves, handkerchiefs, etc., thfy
not only keep up with the procession,
but hare been voted tho baton of mar
shal and arc in the lead of the trade.
In a stroll through the handsome
store-house, seeding lavish beauty and
richness on every hand, we Jump at the
natural conclusion that the price lists
would show sn equally progressive
spirit. Xot so. We found them exceed
ing not one iota thorn! of uny other firm.
In truth, we dub the Chas. Thurman it
Co., clolblug und gents' furnishing
house u credit lo the cupitol of Tennes
see, and we deem the enterprise of these
gentlemen a factor in our growth of no
In closing, a word of advice. Be point
device in your accoutrement. Ob, man
uud brother, fulr eyes are always criti
cal, und In your self-respect you guJTer
when you are negligent In attire. Give
your orders to C'hus. Tburinan it Co.,
tbo people's clothiers and furtiUhlers
und you will regret it never.
We coov the ubovu article from our
morning contemporary, tho American of
yesterday, which the tanner tukes great
ileusure in endorsing, ('apt. Thiiruian,
always alive to the wants of a growing
trade, has done much to build up lu this
community, a clothing uud gents furn
ishing business which stands second to
none In tho Southern Stales. Tho firm
has been actively engaged In the busi
ness here ami at other points for yeurs
past and they know Just wimt kind of
goods lo bundle and how cbeup lo sell
lliem in order lo entirely sullsfy the
public. Tho business of the flrui has
grown to uu kiioruious extent annually
uud nothing will be left undone In the
future to please tho Immense number ol
piitrous of Ibis establishment. Truly,
the success of '.he hoiiMt! Is wonderful,
but It Is easily accounted for when we
think of the enterprise slid business In
tegrity which the llrm possesses.
A Bonaficient Aotion.
The tnlsrrittile lneloi and fellings of ttiiwn
eonnncd at desks er woi k-tiiMrs, sro rnnsrd
hv weak Stomach, KMiii'ys or dowels, I'ni It
er's llliiicr Tonic without IntnjtlcntlnK luis
such n ticticllclcnt action on these oiynns and
so demises the poisonous mutters from the
system. Unit rosy chcrksttncl (rood health art)
soon tirousht tiack r.niiln. l.M'iiti'S,
LETTEE FIIOM SENATOB JOIIKSTOH
TO G07XEN0E WALKEE.
IVrnm thn Kleliiuimrt WhlK of Knvnmticr
AniNtihoN, Nov. 17, LSI!!).
Hi Kfflli'hty (i'.ib. H'tif.'cr.
I have Ihe honor lo aeknnwledgti the
receipt of my credentials as I'lilted
Slates Senstor from Virginia.
When ihe war ended. It w as not only
a matter of nreessliy, but of practical
wisdom, that tho Southern Statea should
ri("'" their pUir.n in thn Unum at the
earliest possible day. That they could
piiMcr In tho anomalous condition In
which they were placed w as linpnssM,
The uncertainly of the Intnrn repressed
enterprise and deadened Industry. A
settled State Constitution and defined
relations to the General Government
were essential to the complete progirss,
quiet and well-being of these Stale, lie
Moving fully not only that we lu Vir
ginia could not prosier, but that our
continued exclusion from the Union In
terfered w ith the business of tbo w hole
country, I have Nth anxious for an
early compliance w ith the reconstruc
tion lawn, am! that the Slate should It
self Inaugurate some movement similar
Mi that which resusted In jour election
for Ihe pui'Hise, and not wall, like Ml
raw 1st, "for something to turn up." ,
J As Mfsfmas tf ittur b, I'ssra Ms Sn'rth
und Snulh itrrf leffbvf, owl ifttlrd fnrrrir,
hylh'vur. Slavery was extinct, and
niilsidy wanted It revived on any terms.
The claim to the right of seclon ws
abandoned, ami It l not only not pro
hshle, but lint postde, that It can he
again asserted, for the State of Virginia,
by a vote almost unanimous, has adopt
ed a Constitution Alilch ibclsr,'S
"That Ibis Stale shall ever remain a
ineinlM'r of the I'nlted Stairs of Ameri
ca, and that the Moplc. thrreof aro a part
of the A merles n nation, sod that all at
tempts from w hstcver source or upon
w liaiever ptrtcxi to disotvo said Union,
or to sever said nation, are itiiauthnrlred
ami ought to be resisted wllh tho whola
power of the State."
The Fifteenth Amendment, which 1
trust will soon Imi adopted by Slates en
ough to mske ll a part of the Conallrti
Hon of Ihe Culled States, wilt end a
question which hss agitated ttio country
for half a century, niirry mirors n
lie prinelplr a (adMmsadmea, nild a
we nave Invested the freedman w llh tha
right to vole, hi kt fir himnftir nppnr
luuity (ii t'Hn tintrtiniltn0ly, He ais
Cirri rljhli, (tmf ( It t't nwr lalsrfit Mdt Ac
sA'iwM kn'iir their rtttia.
No questions ara nt w so Important lo
the whole country as thomi connected
with Ihe Nsllonsl d"bt and National
finances, The repudiation of the Nation
al df b' wtiiibl be the rlestructlon of the
Government, Kaact Hid complete good
faith should be observed wllh I ho pub
lic creditor. All no obligation, of His
Government should be strhilr fulfilled.
Nor Is this so bsrd lo do. the public
debt, which, to tho Imnrorrrlphed
H nth. looked a Itlilo while hack so
piupeiiilous, Is slteadv assuming coin,
psistlvrty lilrtlng dimensions. It Is
neeu (hat It can be easily
paid. The spcclitchi Is now mldliUcd
tif emlgtauts coming to this eounlty.
both from the rfintlm nla of Knrope ami
Ala, at a tale not much less than half a
million a Tear. Most, of these bilng
capital or labor, and some of 'hem both,
Our population, besldns Incrrssjuu
wllh great rapidity t every mile nf rail
road It .1 Is built, i i ry ane of fun si
i bflt Is th'iucil, or tif swinip Imnl re.
claimed, every initio that Is opened or
manufactory erected, ndrta to our re
sources and increases our capacity to
pay our public debt, whether State or
National. The present financial policy
of the Genera! Government Is diminish
ing our expenses', and the only things
to he considered now are how to pay tho
ilclit soonest, and In a manner least Inn
densome to the people.
That we are approaching, apparently,
so near to the consummation of recon
struction, tsc are yreatlu indebted to the
kind ojAce of Pre.n ident Orunt, The State
was In a dilemma: It wanted a Constitu
tion, but the one made for it had at least
two very objectionable features. We
felt that we were suffering In all our ma
terial Interests by staying out of tho 1111
urn, and vet to go lu under ttio now
Constitution, with all Its provisions,
would have ncen worse.
Thin Oiirdian knot wa happily cut by
the President' first mrsttigr to Conip'MS
and the prompt response of that body.
up to tht time the. eondur.t of the. lifiatH'
inmition has been liberal; am if tht same
pidiry i pnrtueA hereafter, it ouyht tu ham
the, hearty support of this Mlate.
If iret east dead issues behind vs. and
look to thai line, of conduit which shall re
store, quiet and confidence, and encourage
enlerpriet and industry, we shall soon see
the country richer and more prosperous
than It has ever been.
yoH.N V, JOHS.1T05,
Improvement for Hind andBody.
There la moro sfrenKth-resfortns; po
bottle tif Parker's Dlnirer Tonic than In a
bushel of mult or it trillion of milk. As an np-
Mitlxer, blood purifier and kidney corrector,
here Is nothing like It. and Invalids oonseiin-
eullr fltid It a wonderful invlirnrant for mind
ud tiody. COMMKUCUU
A Good One.
From tho Vflilar.
When the hotel caught Arc, Tcter and
Patrick occupied the same room. In tho
hurry of dressing Patrick put on bis
pantaloons bind-part before, und then he
IeaMfd from the window to the ground.
"Whist, Fat, dear," cried Peter, "and
are vni kilt entirely r" .
"No, be JiiIxmm," groaned Pat, as be
rose from the ground and caught .a
gllmpsu of the revvi'sed order of Ills
uciher lutcguiuetits; "out I'm awfully
And so may the Bourbou-I'uudor fac
tion exclaim, as, rising painfully from
lis lulu full, ll discovers the sent of lis
brcccbus hi front, Inscribed with the
tiuiue of "iMassuy !"
Weak muscles and nerves, hhiKsllihnoKS of
thoiiitht uud Inucllvuly, cured by Uruwu's
The soiiihern Slftlea nro now rearing
n largo number of young men before
w hmii llin outlook Is hrlglit Some of
them are sons of the old ruling families,
but many of them Imrc sprung no from
(he lower ami middle classes. They prj
Joy the advantage of p.ivnry; they have
no money to spend In luxuries or diver
sions; they lime fortunes to retrieve or
logyln; they bavp grown, up since the
war, and h.tve Inherited less than could
be expected of Its resentments.
"Well," said a bright lellow at the
close of a college coiumenceinei.it lu Vir
ginia last summer, "l,ee und Jackson
have been turned over In Ihrlr graves
but once In-day." The sigh of relief
with which he said Indicate the feeling
of many of tho young men. Thry keep
no grudges nnd havn no wish to light
the war over again. The sentiment of
patriotism Is gelling a deep root In their
Yet they arn full of faith In the fu
ture of their own section. Well they
may be. Muring llidr lifetime tho In
dustry of the south has been revolution
ized, nnd the tho results alreafly achiev
ed are marvelous. An era of prosperity
has begun ; and there nro few Intelligent
men at trie south to-day who will not, nt
once confess that It Is destined to he a
far brighter era. than they have ever
seen. Free labor Is unlocking the
wealth of farms and mines and railing
waters In a way thst slave-lalmr firver
could have done. New machinery, new
metlieds are bringing In a new day. In
the midst of the stir snd movement of
this Industrial levolutlon these young
men are growing up. Hope and expec
tation ara In the sir; thn stern discipline
of poverty goada them on, and the prom
ise of great success allures them, All
tht. conditions are favorable for the de
velopment tf strong characters and any
one who will visit, (he southern colleges
and school will find In them a genera
Hon of students, alert, vlgernus, manly
arid tremendously In earnest. Probably
they do not spend, nn an average, one.
third as much money per capita as Is
spent by tho studejst of New Knglnnd
colleges; and In thn refinements of
scholarship the average southern student
would be round Inferior to tho average
northern students but they arn making
the most ot ther opportunities. They
ought to hsvo belter opportunities.
Most of the southern collrges nnd
a"hools aro crippled for lack of funds,
and much more of the flood of northern
bounty might well be turned southward,
to Ihe 'endowment of shcools ami colleges
for whites as well a blacks, The gen
erous sentiment of the young south
would thus be (lengthened, and the
imnds of union mote firmly Joined, flul
whatever mnr be don. In this direction.
It Is evident that a rice of exceptional
moral enrtiesine and mental vigor
now grow log up In (he south, ami (hat
Is sure to fie beard from. If the young
fellow s In Ihe northern colleges expect
to hold their ow n lu Ihe cnmiteililou for
leadership, (hev m'H devote les of Ihelr
resources to hast ball and rowing nnd
champagne suppers, and "cotini down to
A singular jibenotneiion occurred In
that seellnn of Atnerleus, (la., past of Ihe
Methodist church. The wells of an en
lire neighborhood w ere blow dry, These
wells up to (he limn of the gile weie
full of water and unfailing. The epla
nation of this remarkable oecui reiien Is
the existence of subterranean paaites,
nud the violent ngllnllou on llm smfnee
oneiied the ihnumls if crap for tl n
water lo ihec,
Sir Garnet Uolseli v calls war coups.
ptillileiili of now spiqier "Hims; new ly
Inuiitfd cnri s of in ml".
OCTOBER 3, 1882. .
Spring and Summer Stock for
Goods at Wholesale and Retail
Has the Largest Slock of Mens, Youths, Boys and Chil
drens Spring and Summer Clothing 6ver brought to
this market. Merchants are invited inspect these Goods.
Suits at all prices, from $2 up to $30, Hats from 25 cts. up o $5.
TJRCJIDTKiS A. 1ST 3D VALISES A.T ALL PRICES. '
Acents for tie EIGHHIE PATENT SHIRT, Price $1. Tie tat Stat .ii tie wit
No. 6 JAMES
, : FOR WKr YOUTHS and
NOW READY AND OPENED FOR
DUISTOL Venn, and
Branches, Glade Soring, Va., and Johnson City,
w. n. ntmr.rt. n. a. mcwiwku.
butler & Mcdowell,
A. 1 1 o r n o y n t-Tjr vv ,
asd poi.u:iT(ns in cmNcr.nv,'
OFFICE CORNER MAIN AND ITKIITIItET8
I")H0MPT sllrnllnn kItsi l sll huslnsss
li.lnisied lo ouresrs. The enlleniloo
of elslms itsi1 la ur Itsnds will rrrs'vs
p,ettl siteitioa msjr 17 7vt If
JOHN C. SUMMERS,
Wh.i, rrsoiies In lbs l snnty snd Clrfnll
Osnrls f Wsshlndlnii, He oil, PtnylnSStil
rinsssll, Alsnlnths Csurl of Appeslssnl
0. B. Dlstrlet CnuM.
Hpsolsl sllswllnn fld lo snlts In Tsnk
rnplvr. Offitii Msln Ulrrel , Allies'!"",, V
Tni.ic KfisiOB, . M.rsnil.
Drills), Tins, ililiis')"'!, Ts,
FULKERSON & FAQE.
nniDTOl., TF.NN. snd A FIIMOPOM, Vs.
nUACTRT, In nil I In Courts or
1. Wsstllimlun cniililjr, lhr r'nllfl
Mtntrs Cnnrls t AMng'Ion, anrl lh
Court of Ari'c"!. rovD'nl-if
I), t, flsll.f T, ! f. MrClU'SISt.
BAILEY & MoCROSKEIv
ATtonNr.vs Ai) miiicnnns,
nnisTof., tr.NS.A va.
Allont sll Mis I'nurls In Ft M.tso snl
W'Mlilminn ( on til I . T'tis,, W, lilnnl.in
sn I Mn ill, Vs., snl Ffersl Cnitri si Knot
tills sn l Alilnn't'in. Anxll-lj
FR ANK T.' bXrrT
ATTORNEY ARO COUnCELLOX AT LAV,
Collection thruglitt S. It', fa,
CrirMsst ..tnlt.'s In ths f'nnili nt srtl,lnisit
).i...l mi till. hs Fs.lnnl I. nrl . ( nsit nM
lli l IS tihr rliis. Aii'nii'iM anil itiisntsirsit
In lis.ins.l ihfl h'li SsnrsS.
H. W, FL0URN0Y,
Will prsiMlss lit His Vouris nf WssUrc
Infion nti'l Hood Cniiiiilis, ihs Cittirl of Af
pr ils tif Vs., sn. 1 1 lis t;. H. Disiricl nnd Clr-
ii i 1'unris si Alitns lmi, Vs.
Nr W, jr
Whole No. 878. No. 3
II. C. ALDERS0N,
AKD 0KNIRA1. OOLUCTln AfltNTS
TAKKWKMt, C. IT., VA.
Will bo hi roRuliuMteiKlniicoofi Dm
conrtsof Tsuwell, loo circuit coint
of Wsshlnplon nnd HdhhcII counllco
nni Fcdcrnl ooiirl nl Alilnctlon. Hiuo
Inl nttcntlon given to to tlie claims of
croditoMt susliisl ImnkrupU In I li
Fcdt-rnl ootirl tl Aiiliicdiin
w, f. nnEA
WITH Y)HK A rn.KKUSON,
(Vn. & Tenn.) Jlrlsui IViincsst'C.
ss 4 Ins (f.
J. H. WOOD,
Orrit: fliMipsnR, Vs. Bin,
MtlfTOf.. . . - Ts;vrsHSR.
MXACIK.T.'IIN TRR OOl'RTS Of
tVsstfltiflinn CoTnty, V Al.lnilnn,
Pmyth " Msrln
frsll " " Kslillfllls,
Ai l Hnlllrsn floiinlr, Tssn.
A, F, MILES,
A If Amftr-nfT.rttr
Will prs.nl Ifn In Him rnnris nf Wsslilnvldtt,
Dm) tit, sri'l rvnit t'liiinllisi, Vs., sml Hiilflvmi
t'piitilt , Ti'tiit.
Dinnlnll tiiii'tiMiin irlvfn In Hit' roll.fHon if
rlnlms, Ir-dtUrr llli J, . WiuhI, ovist llniik
Moln. All. IS, IWK If
DRS. J. F. L T. II. HICKS,
Physicians and Sargeon3
Irrii's on Pinti Airsrl, lft.lors fmm Msln
n niiroi., Tl V, A VA.
OiTsrs (hs'r Prsfmslnnsl ssrtlrrs (o il.s
Ptililin, VI spsritl slisnilnn Is )
ssksss of ihs V.yt, nil t:i,ronlo tllmssti
in. I i!lss pssullsr lo fsmslss.
A nr. II.IH74.-If.
Wn, f). jo,ii:s,
Wood, Bacon & Co,,
Importer! nixl Juniors In Dry (Joodt
309 til MnrUel
' SATK m 9KS YCAR.
rtrH Aw .. ..j.t out so
JtacAfkWyumt4iicfc.... 4 00
TV fi4 (hi rati ur it Wfrr liu, ilmtlt ro
tXrrrrnU. tfftj M . W,r (U mnlK
U...." "...thrtm mmtlht
SO...."..., "...( snMi
SO. ., ",((UN1I MlA
. .00 Mltt
9999 ...... ......
TVff wirf ...;.......... 10 ttnti jmt Hit
4 ANNOTOf JTHrKKTI.
Ftr Omgrf, yllar, er Oonnty Ofltw,
'' $A ft
7WonJ Dirfrfrl Of,... f ft(
Tht aixsM rnM wtll 6rM(y adWml (e.
R.,llW?sr. i i
Bit IS VOL HOODS OX, IVi. ,C Tenn,
DR. 6. W. RHEA,
KICSII )KNT K NT I ST
Odico nil door lo Smith's Art Osllt-ry,
MAIN DTftEET, f R1HT0L, TKRN.
Tsliruur 10, 187S tr.
W. F. FOWLER, D. D.
WILL fnrnlsb porllsl or full snls of
'I't sTii socurJius lo tka Diost ImnriiT'
sd inrlliod, snd hrro psrilns csnnnl tlsit
Ms uuico, will csll sod Use Imprtmslnns,
Fllllna sod Exlrsolluc dons, snd sll work
Ktisrsiilocd Ho stork iUllJ f irort for
H.P.GRAHT, H.D..D.D S.
f orsttrly Pt'fuMor Is Bslllmars Diniil Cslls s,
Iuiu J'roffHsor of
DENTAL MATERIA MEDI0A
In the Now Orlcuns Dental Collfffo
Former I'rcsldnnt Hotithfrn (now
Suliimnl) Dental Amoolntiou, nnd Into
Will lm nt Ililslollst week of nnoh
month, office firs, rrpper'n, Mnln
rht'lutlt ( $itlllmnfOolU0 V'Slil ffwf.
Will suloni I ftr nil jr rsrfnrm sll Tmln off
rsikuns stt'l giisrouirs stilsfsoilim
SRIST'il.. rsn,,frnmlli1il islh Sid xt ntk
(.rnllt t ii., III IMI. Ill S.mr (si Msln.
nNIOn, Tsnn., I'ot, ihs II h InHislSlk l)( s4S
n.n..ll I nfrs Wllh atrial, Sail nn,
JnilNwR I'lTf. Tin,, IS fss.sli.Jst Iks
ni.i.lli , OiSrs.Tir Ssihnfli'lold cffS ,
rjilMDCUKDWI fORSALC QCj3
Tliros Trncti, 75, 03, ftnd 43 Aorni,
ftllnslf.il In : f ill Oinnly. Vs.. s1J.liilii (he
limits i. f A mil 'f A luliTsnti, sii'l A. I'. Ilimlnr.
tu.it. It Is wi'll 1 1 in I T- l, sml s Pfii'llun nr fttrli
Iniii Hi mi I hi. Nurlli Fink IIUr. rui'l
trm t Ids nit .fl.i sl.1i. i if Hid itinlii tuna trout
llllallll lo I l III vllln. Vs,
Kir lnrlht r ,'nri i. i.Ihi , mill nr U,
llnKtifl IIHdKf, Dristt C'ifiinty, Vs.
Ane. t 'Int.