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Clinch Valley News.
JAMES T?. ICEX.i.-ST,
FRIDAY, - - - AUO. 27, 188(5
Ninth Conokessionai, District,
MAJ. R. R. HENRY,
Of Tazowell, County, Virginia.
The people of tbo counties com.
posing tho 9th Congressional Dis
trict of Virginia will tako notice that
they will be addressed by prominent
Hpciikers of tho Democratic Party Oil
tboir respective County Court days
in September nnd October.
A. II. Bowman,
Gh'ra'n 9th Cong'l. Dis. Com.
The Radical press of Virginia have
been crying Bourbon nt tbo Deiuo
oratic party for a Bcorc of yours?as
sorting that Democrats wore fogies,
and not abreast of the times. Now,
since the Wythevillo Convention, tho
cry is changed to tbo reverse sido of
tbo mouth ; and that tbo Platform it*
anti-Democratic. And my ! bow thoy
profesB to bo troublod nt the division
ifl tho Democratic party. Maj. Ilonry
is a Randal Democrat, and is running
on a platform to which tho Courier
Jount'.il and Mr. Morrison nro oppoa.
ed. The DomocrntB of tho 9?h Dis
trict nro perfectly satisfied, with tho
meek insinuation nnd know their in?
terests and dare maintain them.?
"What is Democracy but a party will
ing to submit to the desires of the
people. Thin is pure Democracy, aa
tnugbt by tbo fathers. Mr. Morrison
is entitled to represent bis peoplo ;
so is Mr. Randal?ho if Mnj. Henry.
Never in tho history of the State
was n candidate more in harmony
with the best interests of tho people
than Maj. Henry. Ho was sought
ami nominated because of his views
ou the Tariff, tbo Blair Bill, and oth?
er national measures. A now and
progressive element constituted the
YVylhoville convention. The platform
iH an instruction from the people and
tboir candidate meets nil the rcquir-1
monts c. .jo times. Every man who
wishes bis district's beat interest*
jromotcd can eon intently vote for
Maj. Henry, and enough will do so to
giro him 2,000 majority.
Why do not the Radical papers in
tho 9th District toll their readers that
Senator Sherman?whom tbo Ma
honoites brought into Virginia last,
year to teach the people how to vote?
was opposed to the Blair bill * He
opposed it in the Senate with all Iiis
ability?alleging as a reason that he
boloived the Southern people would
steal tbo money.
All tbo Democratic State conven?
tions so far held have endorsed Clove
The Democrats uf the Ninth dis?
trict never had more to inspire thorn
to exertion than they have now. They
never bad a better, more worthy can?
didate than they havo in tho person
of the gallant and ever true and faitl
ful geutlemen who bore off tho hon?
ors of the Wytbeville Convention.
Mahoneieui is no moro enniuoring
cow thnt it has been in the past, nnd
tho Boss will make a desperate effort
to capture the district. And if they
do not put forth their best efforts he
may succeed. It would be a reproach
which would tarmsh tho bright re?
cord of the many valorous conflicts
of the Democrats of tho Ninth dis
trict now to allow Bupinoness nnd in
difference to work their defeat* The
/**io?, which circulates largely among
them, does not feel (hat it is nny in-1
trusion for it to urge its party friends
of the Southwest to do their duty in I
this contest as they have in the so
many others, and to pile up a good
majority for their chosen standard
THE DEMOCRATS UNITED.
The fact that Mr. Morrison, of Illi
nois, and Mr. Ruudall, of Pennsyl?
vania, differ radically upou tho ques?
tion of tariff reform, nnd tho manner
in which to accomplish it does not
follow that they or their friends will
fail to come togethor upon a general
Democratic platform when the party
meet in national convention again.
The Philadelphia Times says "the
truth is that tbo union between these
representative statesmen is most com?
plete and cordial. Thoy co oporate
together an members of the special
committee to which the direction of
the business of Congress was intrust?
ed toward tho end of the session;
thoy co operated together in tho pass
ing of the Morrison resolution for ap?
plying tho ai'ipb's in the treasury to
thu reduction of thu public debt;
they co-operated together in opposi?
tion to the enormous job of tho river
and harbor bill ; and thoy co oporato
together in llio belief Mint a Demo
crntio victory should not bo convert?
ed to tho benefit of tho Republicans.
Tho union of tlio Doinocriicy upon its
fundiiiiu'iitiil principles is thorough,
hearty und tune, and where thvro is a
difference of views on subordinate
questions tiler? is toleration.''
This is precisely us it should bo in
all of Mio Slates and sections. All
the i in ml itts of a party cannot be
fully agreed upon every issuo, nud
differences upon ono or two questions
should never disorganize a party.?
Tlio Lynchbnrg Virginian Bays :
Ono great reason why our agricul?
tural, manufacturing und mechanical
indus!ties languisL here in Virginia,
is that wo are too much nddicted to
politics. J'olities is tho bane of poor
old Virginia. We aro born to poli?
tics. \vo drink it in with our moth?
er's milk and ml,ale it in our moun?
tain breezes. Wo expend upon it
j that thought and time and activity
I which should, in part at least, bo giv?
en to MlO promotion of our matci ial
interests. This Mio Virginian rc
: cognizes as a great draw back to tho
I well-being and prosperity of our dear
old Commonwealth. And we uro go?
ing to do our pin t in tho future, aa
wo havo?liiiipingly and inadequate?
ly, to be sure?dono our pai t in tho
past to oinnncipntu our people from
this ruinous fatuity. Wo aro going
to give groator consideration to our
material interests?to improve meth?
ods of husbandry; tho dovolopeuietlt
of our dormant natural resources;
the building up of manufacturing and
mechanical industries. How prodi
gaily hns nature lavished her gifts
upon ub! How shamefully and orirn
iually have we ignored and despised
As soon as this election is over the
News will join you.
Tho pcrtonel of tho Wythcville
convention is a subject of favorable
remark on all hands. A prominent
gentleman-in that body tells us luv
was astonished at tho intelligence j
and refinement exhibited. II illus- j
trated fully tho grand work our
schools and colleges aro doing. Es?
pecially do wo hear the Lee, Scott and
Giles young Democrats extolled for
their bearing in tho convention.?
When the votes aro counted in No?
vember, we expect to witness a fresh
ovidenco of tho intluenco of these
Congressman Brady's refusal to be
a candidate for re election in tiie
Fourth District in deference to the
advisability of Senator Muhono's can?
didacy, in Noinewliat previous and
gratuitous ; because, if '"do Boss"' lias
a mind to pluck llio plum himself, he
would sco to it that none of his su?
bordinate get there before him.?
When ox Governor Cameron, of
Virginia, was hero several weeks ago
lie told a friend that if either Brady
nr Mtilione ran for Congress in his
district ho would make it iiis business
to see that neither of then) was elect,
ed. The reported retirement of Mr.
Brady shows I lint tho ex Governor's
threats have, not been without effect,
and otlior people from his district say
he. will make them good if General :
Miihone shall run.? Washington Lei- j
WAsni.snton, August 24.?The Stato j
depai tuicut has received oflicial no ,
lice of the release of Cutting. The j
release will uot affect Mr. Sedgowick's I
mission, which is to learn all tho facts I
in the case. Tho government does'
not at present concern itself with any
question of damages duo Cutting, j
but will uso the information it may i
gather through Mr. Sedgewick in the
furtherance of its negotiations for a!
change of the Mexican laws so far as
they aro held to give the right to try
American citizens for acts committed j
within American territory. The (Ar
resures Mondragou murder is still a I
subject of correspondence.)
Tazewki.l C. H., Va. ? I
Aug. 24, 188G. j I
Editor C. V. Ncies:
I beg leave for a small space in
your columns in order to correct any
wrong impressions that may be afloat
concerning the High School at this
place. Let mo say tirsL of all that I
have not resigned the position as
Principal of this Institution. I shall
jstnnd at the helm und guide the old
I ship with a steady hand. We kindly |
ask nil those who feel an interest in
this Institution to como to its sup
port ahd help ub make it what it
should be, a first class High School.
Again, our school will bd mado up
of both males and femaloB. Wo are
not in charge of a Male Academy,
but of Tazowoll High School. We
shall use every effort to advance the
interests of all who may fidl undor
Those studying free-school branch?
es exclusively have no tuition to pay
for 5 months. Let all tho people
concerned bear this in mind nnd try
to get the full benefit of this depart
incut. Let all come, both rich and
poor, for we draw no lines of distinc?
tion, we know r.o differences.
As has already been announced,
our next session begins September ti,
1886, to continue 38 weeks.
<! E. F. Wittum.
STEAM SAW MILL FOR SALE.
Tlio undorsigncd have u first sinus
Strum Suw Mill, wliioli tbey desire
to sell, Put ties desiring to purchiiRO
will do well to call on or address the
undersigned lit Snnpp's P. O , Tazo
well county. T. & G. Giioskci.o ;e.
VIBG1NIA: In thu Clerk's Office of
Truce well Circuit Court, July 23d,
A. V., '880.
John E. Baylor, John O. Baylor owl W.
A. Wnrd, merchants nud partners under
tlio Arm nnd style of Baylor, Word &
Thoiuns D. Clirislinii, Deft.
Tlio object of this suit is lo leeovar of
the defeuibtut the Hum of of $03.00, with
interest thereon from 4th October, IMS.",,
till pnid, nnd to subject by Attachment |
nud stile to the payment thereof, u certain
tract of hind supposed to contain about
127 acres, lying in the West end of Tnzc
well county, on the Maiden Spring Kork
of Ulinuh Uivi-r, heretofore devised by
John Green to lohn Hishop ami subse?
quently conveyed to said Thomas I). Curls
tiun by J. Strns, Commissioner of the Cir?
cuit Court of Tazewell. Ami it uppenr?
ing from nuftieieut evidence on tile in this
oftico that the Defendant Thomas D-Chris?
tian in not n resident of this Common,
wealth it is ordered that he appear lu re
within one mouth after the due publica?
tion of this order und do what mny be
necessnry to protect his interest in this
suit, nud that copies hereof be published
und posted as prescribed by law.
A Copy- Teste,
lt. UBITTAIN. D. C.
HK.Nny a oiiAiiam, e. Q- Aug. 20.-4w.
and a v
( SIGN: WRITER,
Tazewell C. h., Va.,
Is prepared to execute all kinds of Paint?
ing promptly, nud sceordiug to the must
exm tiug modern taste.
He tins a full force of skilled htmls, und
with his large experience cnu exoeute work
at jirices within the reach of nil. Before
contracting for work, give hiin u henring.
Cnvcnts, Rc-issues nnd Trade-Marks secur?
ed nnd nil other patent causes in the Patent
Offleernnd before the Courts promptly and
carefully attended to.
Upon, receipt of model or sketch of in?
vention', I make careful examination, nnd
advise ?s to ttao pntetitibility freu of charge.
Keen moderate, and I niako no charge un?
less Patent.I? secured. Information, advice
and special references s.*nt on application.
J. lt. LITTBLL, Washington, D. C.
NeurC.S- Patent Office.
VIUOINIA: In the Clerk's Office pf the
Circuit Court of Tazewell County, Julv
23d. A. D. lHHC.
John M. IM ill, Compl't.
John C. Dickennon nnd Lillian Dickcnson
his wife, William T. Orny, Florence
Dickenson, Archibtild Bickeneon nnd
Jitiues Dickenson, the lust three being
The object of this Htiit is.to obtain u de?
cree in fnTor of Complainant against the
Defendant, John C- Dickenson. for itSJ.Jf?
with interest, on $01,35, part thereof, from '
12tb December, 1882, and'on fil'l remain?
der thereof, from December 3d, 1HH4. till
p :id; nnd to set nsido n conveyance for n .
tract of land of 50 sores, more or less, mado
ntli Juno, 1884, by John C. Dickenson and
others lo William T. Orny trustee, of record
in this county, which .said laud lies in Tn/.e
well county on Dry Fork Suid convey?
ance is sought to be annulled as fraudulent
and voluntary?awl said tract of land
s.'iught to be subjected to the payment of
Complainant's debt. Ami it appearing from
sufficient evidence on file in this office
that John 0. Dickenson is not a resident of
Ibis Commonwealth, it is ordered that he
ippenr here within one iilDltth'AftcrtllC due
publication of this order, ami do what may
lie necessary to protect his interest in tiiis
suit: and that copies hereof be published
Hid posted as prescribed by law.
A Copy - Teste;
lt. Bit ITT .YIN. D. C.
UKK BY a OBAU AM, V. <j. Aug. 13.
The Great Southern Remedy for aH
AND CHILDREN TEETHING.
Thor? urn vi*f4 lew who do not know of Mils
tittle hn-.li criiwln^ alongside of otir inouniiilns
? ml hilts: hut verv few realize the fuel, thnt
(ho Hill? purple lierry, which so ninny of um
tinvfl enlen In most t'vrrv Minpn, thvre h b prin?
ciple hi It hnvkfu n- wonderful effect on the
ho\v?lH. " Dr. Hrocrr'ji Huekiebcrry Cord In) la
ItM UN VAT HUUTllKttM |ikukhv thnt restorer
the llltto onn teething, nnd cures Dtnrrlnxu
Uv?eulery und Crnuip Colic.
iWmRH hdnttntlorrn r1i.it-nl this ?icn?nno"f
th**yenr Middeiinnd danti'n-iin nt lacks of Me 1
torn* el a an* ?0 frequent, end \\r limr of Mi ninny
rl< :iihs iM Tiirriiitj before n phyMrlun run be
rnlh-d In, It Is Mni|>ortont thnt every honsr
liultl should .provide theniM-lves with tunic
.-pw-dy relief, a We nf v hlch will Yfllovn the
IiaUi nud mvo much nnxleiy. Irr. Hlauer**
InrkU'ltrrrv (.'urdlnl Isn.simpleicmedy which
ouy i'lilld ii plrAscd in hike.
Price, .V) i-eniK n bnttte. Manufactured by
WAI.TK? ,\. 1 A VI.Qlt, AOnnlttjlla.
' i' n v 11 > r" <) i irVtHt t ? r ffen??-!^ ?if Swirl RuS
find.Mtillr.lii ? HI curp (Out:!
OjJIMpltnii. I'rU't' _-" t'ts. fill.i 1
Buying in Large (luantilies, Direct from Factories, tables
us to Sell at Lowest Possible Prices.
JT. TD. HOBBIE
Wholesale Slate Agents for the Following Celebrated
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
KUAXPJH & PACTT,
I ESTE Y, .
SMITH AMER I (VAN,
?N'1> l TMK.lt MAKES.
All ol the nbove Instruments are the acknowledged standard makes, und strictly first
class. Guaranteed fivo to sevmi venrs.
LOWEST FACTORY PRICES,
LARGEST STOCK TO SELECT
AND MOST LIBERAL TERMS,
Easy monthly or quarterly paynients. N ce Stool and ("over free with Piano- Nice
Stool and Book free with Organ. Catalogue free. Write for prices and terms.
Warerooms Cor. Main & 9th Sts? Lynchburg, Va.
An.? w"ACENTS WANTED.?
s s s s s
S I For Fifty Tears the great Eemedy for
s I Blood Foisonand&kin Diseases.
Interesting Treatise on'Blood and", Siikin Diseases
mailed free to all who apply; It should be
^carefully read by everybody. Address
?THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
CLINCH RIVER WOOLEN MILLS,
I Mile North of Tazewell C. H.
W. W. & M. L. PEERY,
OwnerB nnd Proprietors.. . .
Wo are now at work. Our Mill is largo alid complete in every .Vqspoct.'
Having had our old Mill and Machinery entirely destroyed by lire in Junpj
11885, wo have bought, the most Improved Machinery apd are now
ready lo do
First Class Work.
Can do anything you want from Carding Polls to making yon an All Wool
Double Width Carpet and at prices we guarantee as low as the lowest. ;Hav
ing a capacity of fully 200 pounds of Yarn per,day, we can do your work
on very short notice Our Wool WagotiH will be constantly'oil tho Roods
receiving and delivering work. ,...
Give us a trial and be convinced that this in the place Lo get^your ,AYork
Terms:?No Work delivered until settled for. Good Produce token for
W. W. & M, L. PEERY.
Wholesale -Prices Current.
cohkected kveht wednesday by
LEE & CO.
'? wholesale AND retail
Grocers, Commission Mcr
and dealeiis IN
Hai.KD Fouaoe, CoitN, Meal, Oats,
Shipsto rr, Purk Rone Meal,
Guano, Limb and Cement.
No. 927 Main. St., nnd 1200 und
. 1202 Jefferson St.
LYNcnuuno, Va., August 25.
Tliero is a good demand for Vir?
ginia bacon liog round, ami particu?
larly for light-weight hams. Send
us your Virginia bacon and we will
got you good and satisfactory prices.
Coffee? Uio, Choico lOAn 11
do " Prime '.)$? 10
do '* Common and Fair 0 a ?J
do Lngnnyni iM.i 12 .
do P ?orry Java u a 15
(16 O G Java 18 a 20
Coal Oil V a <JJ
Cheese- Orentu, Fine a
ilo Gem 1-1 a 15
do Pine Apple per cako a
C-it too Yarns a
Cement, per barrel 1 75 n2 00
Caudles, Fnruniie 15 a 10
do Ailniintutlne It) a 11
Older, New York, per barrel .7 fiO n7 75
do i . do i bbl. 3 50 a3 75
Cigars, per 100 . 1 "45 n5 50
Cigarettes, per 1000 2 00 a1 00
Fish No. :i Mackerel, medium 5 00 nfi 50
do Eastern Herring, per bbl- 3 00 a3 CO
do N. C- Cut ?' , " 4 00 nl 50
IroUT-ltolled 3 ? !l|
do Hammered, per Tt) 2 a 2<j
Lime, per bbl 1 20 al 25
Leather, best O D 21 a 22 A
do Poor O 1) 18 a 20
do " Harness 22 a 25
. rtq Upper 30 a 40
Nails, basis 10 peuny 3 25 o3 50
Hire, per bbl . 0 n 0 '
Salt, per sack 1 iO al 15
SYiiurs and , Molasses--Extra
Heavy Syrup 18 a 20
Fair Syrup 22 a 25
Fine Syrup . . 28 a 30
P It Molasses , 28 a 30
N O Molassos ' ." EO u .1.1
SuoAns?Cut Loaf . ' 7bv 1\
? -Powdered ' 04a 7
Stauda?! Grr.nulatod ' , Ojn 7
? .Off GrwiuWted olu 61
: Sti|U(Vird A 0|n 0 J
Off A ? 0 a tij
Yellow 54n 5,
Extra C and 11 Light 5Jn (i
IMionuoK-App.Ys.gjree.ii.perbbl. 1 00 al 75
? -Apples, dried, quarters. 1 a 2
do -. sliced ... lfa ' 2
do evaporated 2 a 3
Beans, white u
Cabbage nor Hi dull a
llacon?Hog.rouiul, per lb 8jn 11 j
do Siilos. as to quality 8 a 8}
. ,do . Shoulders as. to ipndity 7 a 7 A
do Hums, us ttt quality It n 12 ]
do ' ' C ft Sides, Western 7 a 7$
do Shoulders, Western 5 a 5.J
Hulk or dry salted C It Sides 5 a 0
? do - " Shoulders 4 Aa 5
Heef, Fore quarters ' a
' d'. Hind ipiarters a
Pork, Slaughtered Hogs a
Snlteil Hog Hound Obi ?jj
butter, prime per ft; 10 n 12
do Common hard to sell
Beeswax, per lb 20 a 21
Blackberries, dried, per Hi ? -.?.0 a C>\
Cliiekens-'-Drcssed apiece a
do. . live,apiece, spring 10. a 20
Corn?White, per bnshol. now ' 55 a tiO
do Mixed or yellow, now 50 a 52
Corn men] per bus..unbolted, old 55 a 00
Cherries, pitted 7 a 8
Eggs, per dozen, fresh, in crates 8 a 9
Flour, Family, "per barrel ' 5 00 u5 50
do Extra 4 00 a5 00
do Snperfluo 3 50 n3 75
do Fiue. 3 50 B4 00
Feathers, prime live goose. 42 it 45
Flax Seed, per bushel 1 05 al 15
GiiiReng, per lb 1 50 al 75
Lard, Va. ami Tonn. 8 a ' 8J
do Hefuied Coiiimou 9 a
Oats,"pel liusbol. Spring 31 a 32
PeaeheS, dried, peeled, per lb 0 a 7
do dried, impeded 2 a 3
Potatoes, tier bushel, dull 50 a 00
"do Sweet per bid. a
Itaspberries. dried per lb 12 n 15
ttye, per bushel 00 a 05
Hags, per lb 1 li 2
Seneca root, per lb 20 a 35
Sumac per 100 His 75 a 80 '
Turkeys, dressed, per lb a
Venison hams, n?r Hi 12 a 15
Vinegar, per gallon (eider) 10 a 20
Wheat, lied, per bushel, (it) lbs 70 a 85
do White " ?? 70 a 85
Whortleberries, dried 8 a il
Cannkij Goods?1 lb Salmon, 1 75 nl 80
per dozed 1 75 nl 80
1 H> Oysters, per do/, n 75 nl 15
2 lb Tomatoes " 00 a 05
3 lb ?? " 1 20 al 25
2 lb (J?rn " 06 al 25
2 lb Peaches V 1 40 al 50
3 lb '? 1 75 n2 25
1 pint Pickles " 1 15 al 25
1 quart " ?' 1 00 al 05
Baled Foiiaok, .fcc?Hny, Tim?
othy, per Um 13 50 al 4 00
Mixed, 12 00 al3 00
Clover, prime, per ton 0 00 nlO 00 I
Ship Stuff, per tou 21 00 n23 00
Bran per ton 17 00 nl8 00
Sheaf Oats, per ton, baled 15 00 nlS 00
Buckwheat Flour 3 a 3|
Skkos? Clover Seed 7 00 a 7 751
Sole PnorniBTons of
Pure Rye Whisky,1
No. 375 W. HAi.TiMonK St.,
' ' per oallon
Spring Dolo Puro Hyc Whisky,
5 years old fpl.OO
Spring Dale Pure Hyc Whisky; '
8 years old C.?0
Jockey Club, (Pcnnn.. Bye,)
?1 yenrs old 3.00
Hockbridge, (Virginia Hyc,)
. - 3 years old 2.00
N.E-Hum, Finest Quality, - - - 2 00
Pure South Hampton Apple Brandy, 2.50
P.nroWalt Whisky. - - -. - - - 3.00
All iOthor Liquors Equally
We. deliver all goods to Wharves
or-Railroad depots free of charge,
furnish Jugs or Demijohns, and pack
tlicinj in boxes securely, free ol
charge. * ? ?
. ?.; . . NOTICE.
i/r-.-tho rules and regulations of fn
tcriml Itovcnuo Department, we can not
seinr Liquors 0. O. 1). Therefore please
send P. (): Money Order, Postal Note or
nloiniy by Express, for amount of goods
F. A. KIJ
916 Main St.,
H ' ..icmncmd ?aa
atlcg.icDj rauoad -
Al Roanokr, with Norfolk and Western railroad.
STAGE CONNEXIONS. J?^
At Brjct, for Ml.lwood and Winchester, Va.
At Tronwllle for Flncuatlc.
Ml l.l .H.III.I..IJ ?!! Hl-.
Standard Time, Eipiwi
7M!> lfcrldlan. No. 4. No.
. ?? ,
i 11? al /i
I have the Largest and Beat Stock1l?"?r1c*t)?Ti1.J ;? tlie city. I keep tl
Best Goml* and Latest Styles. Shoes sent by mail to any address. Or>
ders promptly and carefully filled. Money refunded in all cases, when
goods are not satisfactory. Address,
J Wari rabaru Junction
916 MAIN ST.
f. a. ktnck le;^'
Parties having Duller, Eggs, Deans, Fruits, Poultry, Meats, Fat Oat-,
tlo, Hogs.-Sheop, Grniu.Ac., for Htilo, will do well: to cnli on or address
THE SOUTHTVESTVA. IMPROVEMENT CQ.j
-Those innecd of MERCHANDISE of a,,y description, cannot k>
bo suited from pur stock.. ^ ?? '. ? , . , - ? g
NO OLD GOODS!
New invoices in ovory department, received monthly from PailvlelpKSa
and New York. Lato<t Novelties in Printp, Drews Goods and Notions oqn
Htantly on hauds. Full linos of Riots and Shoos, Hats and Caps, Clothing,
Ladies Wraps, Bonnets, Jowtlry, Watches, Clocks, Smokers Articles, Gents
Furnishing Goods, Drugs, Patent Medicines: Lurgo assortment of- -Toilet
and Fancy articles, Ac, Ac, >.-.s' . ;;.
SOUTWEST VA. IMPROVEMENT COM
Pocahontas, Tazevveil Va.
'_' _ * ?X . . .. .
G. W. SHAWVER,
Contractor and Builder, Undertaker ami
Wholesale Collin Dealer. A ho ?*
Manufacturer of Furniture. w
OjKEEFFE ST., GRAHAM, V?.
Will furnish Doorp, Sush and Blinds, Brackets nnd Mouldings all sizes oh
short notice. Will furnish Plans, Specifications and Estimates of Buildings-'
of any design. Stair Building a speciality. Satisfaction guaranteed.
r^3-h?jIE!] J_)S57 . -r
If you want to Sell
EVERGREEN AND RANDALL GRASS SEEDS,
or winli lo buy,!
CLOVER SEED, TIMOTHY SEED. ORCHARD GRASS?
or any other Seeds, write to tho
Largest Seed House
in Vir.jinuin, which is . ^
WM. A. MILLER & SON,
Aug G-ly Lyncbbnrg; Va!
SALEM STEAM PLANING MiLL,Si
-'- . ? ?,rv.\ fj
N. HOCKMAN, Architect and Builder, *
?ALSO MANUFACTURER'OF? ,. I
Window Sash, Blinds. Mantles. Brackets,!;
Balusters, Window and Door Frames, Hand Railing, Flooring,
Nowel Posts, Ceiling, LaMis, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac
\\ g are prepared at our Si emu Factory to supply Carpenters and other:
' ' with all kinds of
As low as tho samo can be obtained in Lyuchburg or elspwhere,. Wo .ah*^
uianufactiire to order
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS. - J.
BfirDRAWINGS and ESTI MATES furnished on application. Ordorf
solicited, which will bo promptly and ?atisfatorily rilled. Address, 1
July lti-ly. N. HOCKMAN, Salem, Va. I
912 MAIN ST., : : : LYNCHBURG,
Carries a full stock of Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware*
Clocks, Spectacles, Spoons, Forks and Knives. . (-.??. .
MY PRICES ARE AS LOW AS ANY HOUSE IN THE STATE. ?|
Everything warranted as represented or money refunded. Send foi
catalogue free of cost. Address,
J. M. Luther. G. G. Goodi
AND MAGHINESHGiP l
Plows nnd all kinds of Heavy and Light Castings. Grist' Mills, :SY
Mills, Bark Mills, Cano Mills, Plaster Crushers, Corn Crushers, Horj
Powers, Woolen Mill Machinery, Circular Saw Mills, Turbine Water Wheel
Rubber and Leather Belting. Particular attention paid to all kinds
Mill Machinery and contracting for Mill Furnishings. ? Vr
References : Hon. J. P. Kelly, Robert Ireson, Mill Wright, Tuzowell
H., Va., J.C. Idol, Mill Wright, Hampton,^Tenn.
LUTHER & GOO DELL,