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Late Risinu.—l'eople in this tow
get up too late. Most of tliein don't (■(
breakfast UII liult-post nine or ten o'cloc
They lay the bhune on the servants, but w
Wood.— It seems we will have to be
for wood. Wood! We beg for wood! Oh
wood!! O-o-o! w-o-o-o-o-d !!! Wood, wood
quick, for goodness sake, WOOD!!!!
Lectibe I'oHTroNEp.—ln consequenc
of ■ protracted meeting.which In being be
by the Methodist in the ProsbfJ tcrian Cliurc
at Gordonsville, Dr. Bogby's leclure lspoa
jK-icd till to-night week, Kridny, Decemb
iiMES 1.. Poweix, Ksq.—lt is sail
thnt this gentleman has bought Blx acres
land around tbe Sulphur Pump, Pries J3OI
A valuable purchase. If Mr. P. will divid
Ills lond into lots and erect cottages on cac
lot, he will do a good thing for himself au
This buy wees wUjM menu a Friila
'■ ut eVer drew the breath of life. It was dark
dnmp, dreary, dismal, aud carried nwny
from us some of the nicest pcoplo that ever
cum to this town. Such another Friday
better not come here any more. If it does,
wo'll knock it <>n the head.
DIKMEB AM> SI'PPKB.—TIIO lnilicS of
tho Episcopal Church Intend, next Court
day, to give n festival for the benefit of tho
Church. Thcrewlll be a dinner In the morn
ing and supper at night. Ladles in the
etiuntry arc earnestly requested to contri
bute liberally to this laudable enteprlso.
The Thesi'iaks The Thespians arc
fairly under way. They are In earnest about
burying the Confederate dead, and as they
do not wish at tho outset to run In debt they
respectfully osk the rrVerVhftrtfs of Orange to
give them v helping hand until they give
their first exhibition. After that, they will
take care of themselves.
Hoo-KiLLiNO Tim*.—Last Monday
night thero was an awful plg-spueallng in
the village. It was tho loudest and most
long continued hog-killing we ever heard,
VUA'd Bounded as If half a dozen Leagues had
Tiroken loose. Wo felt sorry for the pigst
they hated to be killed. Life is aweet even
Co.bt Day,—The quarterly term of
the County Court of this County, convened
on the 25th of November lost, and, owing lo
the fact that tho Court failed to meet at tbe
'October term ou account of the Inclemency
'of the weather, quite a largs number of
people wero In nttenilance. The Court, we
undN-tand, failed to meet at its October
term, 1853, on account of the terrible snow
m(.urn which occurred the night before, and
which rendered the public highways almost
Impassable. Thla failure and the one ht the
October term last, are the only times our
Court has failed to convene for more than
Nothing but the usnialTfVunty business
was transacted on the first day,
On the second day, Snmpter Brooks, John
Jones, Harrison Kills and Edmund Robin
son (all col ored) were prosecuted for engag
ing in a riot on Sunday In April Inst. The
Jury, after hearing the evidence In the ense,
■returned n verdict of guilty against Brooks,
Jones, and Ellis, and fixed their fine at 110
each. There being no evidence against Rob
inson, he was discharged. In the coso 11
--gnlnst Charles Hellwig, for selling liquor to
be drank where sold, without a lawful li
cence for so doing, a "nolle prosequi'' was
The case of Andrew Jackson and Jack ,
the two negroes who made an assault upon
two of our cltl-ons, and blockaded the pub
lic rood at the negro celebration on the 4th
of Jnly last, was continued until tho next
I arch term.
New Advebtisemints. - 'Kinch,' —the
-ineffable, remarkable, inimitable, nn
irpassable, accessible, agreeable, astonlsh
ig and almost impossible "Klneb"—has rc
•iwed a new stock of goods. Read his ad
>rtlsement and see what he lias got. He
til sell them as only a "Kinch" can sell
ieni. "Kinch" advertises to nearly twice
le amount ofany other store In our village,
re ought to say a good word for "Kinch."—
>me of these days wo will say a good word
Washington la getting to be a Commor
al City, and Is reaching forth for trade,
hlcb she will dispute ere long with Hull i
tlmore. Messrs. Blscoe, Lnttrell *fc Reynolds,
Grocers and Commission Merchants, nrc pio
neers In this movement and we hope our
farmers and merchants wl 11 give them c. trial,
If for no other reason than to test tbe value
of Washington as a market for produce and
Hnowden Yates has received » second sup
ply of Fall and Winter goods. See bis card.
Chftpman A Co., offer a variety of new
goods, Just received for sale. Look at the list
said give William Henry a call as a call.
Capt. Browning Is undoubtedly one ofthe
most popular gentlemen in the County,
which has showered honors upon him. He
is a favorite with all classes and both sexes,
-specially the dry-goods variety. His new
-tore contains a large assortment of articles
|_st_*_ to the wants of our people. They
ere bought for cash after the busy season
as over and on terms which enables him
■ offer great bargains. His goods, as we
iippen to know—for he lives next door—are
dng off rapidly, and those who want to
ay ought to lose no time In doing so.
Read Dr. Alfred Joues' announcement and
st ready to have your teeth "drawed" on
is first Monday in January.
Arthur Stephens, Esq., offers for sale prl
ately the dwelling now occupied by the
■great "Kinch." We wish somebody would
buy It and rent It to us cheap. Not that we
wish to turn "Kinch" out of doors, but the
iimortal "Kinch" ought to have a house of
AINTB FOR FARMERS, AND OTHERS.
'HE Grafton Mineral Paint Compa
ny are now manufacturing tho Best,
leapest, and most Durable Paint in use;
o coats well put on, mixed with pure Lln
sd Oil, will fast 10 or 15 years. It is of a
;ht brown, or beautiful chocolate color, aud
can be changed to green, lead, stone, olive, or
drab, to suit the taste of the consumer. It is
valuable for I louses, burns, Fences, Agricul
tural Implements, Carriage and Car-makers,
Wooden-ware, Canvas, Metal and Shingle
Hoofs, (It being Fire and Water-proof,) burial
Cases, Bridges, Canal Boats, Ships and Ships'
Bottoms, Floor Oil Clnths,(one manufacturer
having used 5,000 barrels the past year,) and
as n paint for any purposes is unsurpassed
for body, durability, elasticity, and adhesive
ness. Price »« per bbl. of 300 lbs., which will
supply a farmer for years to come. Warran
ted In all cases as above. Send for a circular
which gives full particulars. None genuine
unless branded In a trade mark Grafton Min
eral Paint. Address DANIEL BIDWELL,
l*roprlctor, 2W Pearl Street, New Yjjrk.—
W. T. Smith son. J. B. La mi ens
iSnaithNon _t Laurens,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
85 Exchange Flace, Cor. South St.,
"MTILL Oive personal attention to the
» T Sale of Cotton, Tobacco,' Wheat, Flour,
Corn, Bacon, Flax Seed, Fruits, and Vegeta
bles from farm or Garden, and all kinds of
Produce. Also, to the purchase of all kinds
of Goods, lv any quantity, for country Mer
chants and others. Also to the purchase of
State. City, Government anil Railroad bonds
and the negotiation of loans- We will also
pay the highest price for I.uid Warrants and
Revolutionary Virginia scrip,
November 15, lHfff.-dm.
lnnf. LBS. prime conn try Bacon ;
lUUU aoo lbs. prime country Lard ; 20 sacks
fine Halt; 12 barrels Lime; 20 kegs Nails Bto
-Op; 1 barrel Kerosinc oil: 1 barrel Machine
ntRWTioNs MM Shirt Measuremeht.
Neck- Shoulder from A to B. Arm from
Bto C—to U Breast from Dto D around the
Chest, length from E to E. Around the
Wrist and Knuckles. Plaits on it side. Uu__i
It CSS ELL'S REAPER AND MOWER,
FAVORITE OF THF WEST,
RUSSELL'S SEPARATOR, BY
WHICH WE CIIAIJ.ENGE
GUM SPRING DRILIA,
STRAW AND FODDER CUTTERS,
CORN SIIELLERSi DOUBLE AND
SINGLE SPOUTED, and all other
CIDER MILLS, WINE TRESSES.
CELEBRATED WATTS, MINOR AND
WHARTON AND LIVINOSTON
PLOWS, all sires,
MARYLAND WHEEL HORSE-HAKK
WASHING MACHINES and WRINGER
OLD DOMINION COOKING-STOVES,
DINING-ROOM OR PARLOR
WOOD OR COAU
We have also established a Blacksmith
Shop and are prepared to do all work In that
lliie,.su*li'as Machinery and Steam.Engines.
Goods ii'i.l|wiirk all warranled. All orders
November _», 186 T.
__OOk to J.OIII Bssiß'S ■Sal !
AND PURCHASE «*. FIRST CLASS
MOXUMENTAE COOKING STOVE
Is Superior to any In the Market.
THE Various Sizes and Low Trices
at which we sell them will enable Evory
I illy ileslrlng a Pkrfkct Cooking Ai _>a
lis to obtain one. I also keep constantly
land and sell at Wholesale or Betatl, a
Assortment of Custom made
AND SHEET-IRON WARE.
JAPANNED, COPPER and
ond articles for
rtlcular attention pnldtoßooflng.Spout
aiul alt out-door work in my line.
1 Goods and Work warranted us repre
ed, nnd orders are respectfully solicited.
T. J. VAUGHAN,
lib St., opposite W. ('. Butler <S Co.
CI 1A RLOTTESVILLE, VA.
mew REST Air RANT.
VOUI-l) respectfully inform my
lends and the public generally that*!
I just opened a new
nm prepared to furnish fresh York Riv
rsters. steaks. Cutlets, Chops, Babbits,
i and Eggs, and whatever else the liiiir
ilibrds, all of which will he served In tiie
styie at moderate prices. Connected
Ihe Restaurant Is a
hlcb choice Liquors, Mountain and Bal
timore Whisky of til** best brands, Wines of
nil kinds, Cider, Ale and Cigars will bo
found. I will also again call attention to the
fact that I ftn nish Wine for rku-ramcntal pur
e'.v.'.s to all Churches within ten miles of tills
place at cost. All I nsk is a call from my old
friends, ins | am deter mined to please them.
November 22, 1867'.—tf. A. O. NICHOLS.
A. S. 08-BOS, J AS. B. aRBKW.
Corner of Prince and Fairfax Sts.
HTIIOSE in want of good Virginia-
X made Furniture, should give us a call be
fore bnying. We also keen on hand all kinds
of common Furniture, which we are selling
at very low figures. A discount made to
merchants and dealers sending us orders.
November 15,181T7.—1y G. <_ B.
GREAT PANIC-MONEY WANTEM
GOODS THEREFORE ALMOST GIVEN
AWAY FOR ANY PRICE.
rX>ME and convince yourself n few
dollars will buy you v n'lcs suit of Cloth
ing at 11. RKIGENSTEIN'S
Great Western Clothing House,
School her A Brother's old stand,
108 King St., near Mansion House,
November 22,1807.—3 m. Alexandria, Va.
WANTED, at mice, a grazing Farm
of from 200 to 250 acres of really good
land in orange or Culpeper. Miist he near
the Railroad, with a comfortable Dwelling,
out -louses In good repair, water convenient,
plenty of wood for fuel and fencing, and in a
good neighborhood. For such a farm, a fair
price, one half cash*, Will be paid. Poor lain!
i'"'t wanted at any price. Parties wishing to
sell, will give full particulars and references,
anil address Dr. G. W. BAGBY,
(orange 0. H., Va.
T-The purchaser wtshes to be In pos
i on or before the coming Christmas,
imber 22; 1867.
PUBLIC TO KNOW THAT
aye Jußt received, and have In Store, a
upply of P. R. and Granulated Sugars,
•ton-Explosive Kerosene OU, Tallow
lamantlne Candha,Turpentine Soap,
Lewis' While Lend, Olid", Linseed Oil.
Paint Brushes Window Glass, Copal
Varnish, White and Hi*d Chalk, Sand Paper,
and many other additions to my select stock
of Groceries, *Ci, which I will sell low for
THOS. J. PEYTON.
nlimcr & Slajmal-er,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
CARPEIINGS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS fee
» Corner King *. [loyal St reels,
vember 15, 1H67.—1y.
~ iiEJVJAMIW ttOSK
OFFERS for sale at his new Brick
Siore, Dry Goods, Groceries, Heady-made
Clothing, Hats, Caps, hoots. Shoes, Ac. lit
has a Bahert connected with his Store, anil
Is prepared to furnish Bread and Cukes o;
all Boris and ofthe best make,
All kinds of Country Produce tak.n In ex
change for goods.
Fine Mountain WhlnWj 1
-"THE BEST Article In this Market, of
X ppr(.n r( . K*e Whiskey/ J**st received from
Augusta County,- by
THOS. J. PEYTON.
1 _Nov. 22. 18fffi
WA NT X p\—One tlioiisiiiMl pounds
Dried Cherries; lialOpnundH Dried black
berries; WO poofids Dried Whortleberries;
for whicli 1 will pay a lils-rnl price.
Juneßl.lT. i:. \V. KINCHELOE.-
WA N T E1). -=A NoT 1 swf'lfs, *nf
work hor.-e.lor *hlMi * »tr*ral (■fitft
price will be pan!. For farther particular**
And, 111 short, every Macblu-or Implement
ttiat may be wunted by the Fanner. ,;
They also bnvc, nnd will keep constantly
on hand a general assortment or
DRY GOODS, ,
A Complete Assortment of ,
Together with every article usually kept In a
well conducted Store, all of which
will be sold at a small ad
vunee for Cash, or In
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE.
The Senior Partner returns his Grateful
Thanks to the people of Mudlson and Orange
with yi'hciin be was born anil reared ; also I hw
P_op!i..tlirou»*tbOiit the State for their gener
ous support si nee his mechanical career, com -
nicncing 15th November, 183H, and pledges
his best endeavors to promote the Interest of
the farming community in the way of all
Ln-»t Machinery adapted to their wants.
We me agents tor
MCCORMICK'S MOWER »nd
PITT'S THRESHING MACHINERY;
BICKFORD 4 HUFFMAN'S
GRAIN and GUANO DRILL;
And all Standard Machinery.
We are agents for the celebrated Staunton
Nurseries, and have new on hand asupply
of choice Peach Trees.
A. P. ROUTT & 00.
Some its RT, neor Liberty Mills P. 0., 1
November Ist, 1807. /
Nov. 15' 07—3 m.
"Tin. Ji M. ANDERSON, respectful-
I Xr ly announces that he will be prepared to
insert Aluminium Plates so soon as the ne-
I oessury ap«mtu*.caii be furnished from Bal
tiin-re. He confidently recommeuds this
new discovery as, equal, If not superior, to
I anything that has ever .been used in dental
I art. When first Inserted these plates ar* of
silvery whiteness, which in time becomes of
a ruby color. They are very light—one-fourth
the weight of rubber plates— lis strong almost
as steel, and are not affected by acids or food
ofany description, and are reslltjr.a valuable
addition to the resources of the scientific
Dentist. Dr. A. will be at Orange C. H. per-
Iv 1 pepper Observer copy St nKd send bill to
11." c Flebkatei)
SMOKING TOR AC CO!
-f oh n w . Carroll,
FROM the Stnble of Mrs. Walker; in
this county, on Tuesday, the 12th Inst., a
LARGE GREY HORSE,
Nearly white a little stlffln the hind foot,
ami short tail.
I will pay a liberal reward for the delivery
ofthe Horse to me, or any information that
will lead to bis recovery.
Notice can be left at this ofllce.
CTRANGERS IN WASH INGTON
should not fall to visit
BURCH'B CIRCULATING LIBRARY,
Corner of Oth (No. .W) and D streets. It con
tains over 10,000 books of evv-ry description.
Books loaned by fhe Day, Week, Month or
Year. For a few eenta you can supply your
self with a month's reading.
Burke, Herbert & Co.,
STOCK AMI EXCHANGE BROKERS,
BUT and sell Exchange, Ooin, Stocks,
Bank Notes, Ac. Collections made on
E -Bible points In the United States,
ruber li, 18U7. —din.
LT, PAY the Highest Cash Price
POrk, Corn, Oafs, Beaos, Floxseed,
, Butter, F"ggsr, Ift'eXWrek, Arid Poultry
kinds'. Persons having such articles
will do well to call on the subscriber
selling. E. W. KINCHLOE.
THE undersigned having taken and
repaired Grymes' Saw-Mill, announces
I lliu public that he will be prepared in a
' days to saw lumberof every description,
sons wishing lumber sawed will please
ng in their logs atoneo.
.'ovember 15,1807. . T. J. PEYTON.
Dr. I_. W. Row,
r-IIYSICIAN AND SUROEON,
FFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL
Services to the eoramunity. -
'FFlCE—Opposite Dr. D. H. Talleforro's
ag Store, ORANGE C. H., Va.
[IST received and for sale, a fresh
supply of extra No. 1 Keroalne Oil, at"a
r price, Lamps, Lump Fixtures, Ac; also,
upply of machine oil, white Lead, Paints,
rnl.h, and Paint aud Varnish Brushes,
ugust 2,18H7. H. D. TALIAFERRO.
WISH to purchase 50,000 pounds of
Sumac, for which I will pay the highest
price in cash or goods. Persons having Su
mac for sale will find it to their interest lv
culling on me before selling elsewhere. _,
nugiißt 16, 18u7. E: W; KINCH ELOfe
TUPT received lnO prime Cocoannts,
V IGO pounds assorted Candy, 50 pounds
French Candy, 50 pounds Rock Candy, 1 box
Plumbs, 1 Imix fresh lemons,
august 2«, 1807. E. W- KINCHELOE .
WANTED.— Butter, Eggs, Chick
ens, Clean Cotton Rags, Corn, Wheat,
Outs, Peas and Beans, for which I will pay
the highest prices, in cash or goods.
July 12, IS*. E. W. KINCHELOE
TJTANTEIL—SOO. Railroad Ties, tor
IT which I will pay 45 cents apiece In
goodß. E. W. KINCHELOE.
i)p. SACks Salt in Store-, and for sale
**•-' Cheap for Cash. 1001 bs: New Lard.
Kovi 15; 1887!
CMOKING TOBACCO, and a very
Fine Article of Cewing Tobacco for sale
by SNOWDEN YATES.
CTONE JARS, one, two and three
Gallon, just received by
CJEGARS;— A fine assortment of the best
O Segars manufactured, Just received and
for sale by T. J. PEYTON
lil.i >Clt.—Just received, one load of Fray.
. Family aud Extra Superfine Fionr—a su
perior article. A. THOifBO-T;
April 111; 1887:
MOKE TiGIIT.—A fresh supply of
Coal Oil Just received and for sale by
august m, 1887, A. THOMSON.
UST 7tE(;EIVED.-Splritir of Turpentine
1 .in-.-ell Oil aud extra No. 1 Kerosene Oil
H. D. TALIAFERR,
Iprll 28,1867; Drug Store.
01! A ('CO. —One box of very tine
Chewing Tobacco; 800 pounds of'smok
t 'I'r/baeco; i dozen bottle Scotch Snuff.
ugust id, 1K(,7. E. W; KINCEHLOE.
KR^H.lZEßS.—Furrfiers in want of a Fer
tlliiei can be sn'rlhlted at short notice
lb Haugh's Ra<v bone Phosphate, which Is
jerlor to l'errt*lan.Gnu no, by calling on
Iprll 12, 18(17; T. J. PEY'TON, Agent.
'1. Vv" supply Fine Liijuors, Groceries
' Ac.jnst received and for sale krw.by
august » 18G7. T. -T. PEYTON.
PdTFl¥£7---tio tit 28 t&ntii per lb.,
Logt/yr* 35 cert* amiolrt.Jrwa at M cents.
June 2f, IHS7.- J: .1. PEYTON.
Idlest styles; also a good slock of HEAVY
m .. IDS, suitable for the country, to which**.
Invite the special attention of Country Mer
i-liMiits. and Farmers in Winn of good and se
llable goods will do well to call und examine
before buying, asthov will be sold very cheap.
Men's Calf Double Sole Stitch Boots.
" " •> Seidell Bottom Hoots.
44 " " Di-.ss boots.
" Heavy Xi ,1 Double Sole.
'.' Calf Congress.
H .','.. Stitch Congress.
" Siolcb Bottom Sliocs.
44 Peg Balmorals,
14 Heavy Kip Brocans.
44 4I Sewed Brogaus.
I_idles' Calf, Goat und Morocco Pools.
44 Glove,Kid,C ingress and Polish Boots
" Fine Kill Heel Slippers.
m Lasting and Sforoooo,
Misses' calf, (Joiit and MoroccoTtoots.
" Lasting and Kid Polish Bo its.
Children's Goat, Morooaco. -_*ti_g, Calf net
Glove Khl, I.ac*' and liuiton Hunts.
Boys, Youths and Cliil.lieiis Long Call"an*
Gents and Ladles Gum Overshoes.
- ■ . W. B VADDF.Y,
7,1 !■. ing si , Alexandria, Va.
Nov. 15, '(57 .■)_*'.
t lias. W. Green,
08 KM St.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FANCY AND WHITS GOODS
DRESS AND TAILORS' TRIMMFNGS,
LADIES AND GENTS'
GENTS' LINEN SHIRTS.
HOOP SKIRTS, (direct from Factories.
PARASOLS and UMBRELLAS
Ac., Ac, Ac.
Wholesale prices in every respect as
low as Baltimore quotations.
chiasm! Whf *' cr * wl, * on ''' Bcwln 8 ■•>
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