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IN IMITATION OF TBNKYSOST,
_•_(♦ tun 3a In the sky, mother, tho flowers
are springing lair,
trV__ the melody of woodland blrdß Is stlr
ring In the air.
The river smiling to tho sky, gltdos onward
to the sea.
And happiness Is everywhere, oh mother,
but with me.
They are going to thechurch, mother—l hear
the marriage bell:
It rises o'er the upland, It haunts me like a
He leads her on his arm, mother, ho cheers
her faltering step,
And she cllnga closely to his side, she does,
They arecrosslngby thestyle,mother, where
we so often Baye stood—
Thestyle beside thcHiorn-bush, at the cor
ner of tha wood;
Ths boughs that oft have echoed back the
words that won my ear,
-•low bend their bloasomso'erhlmasbe leads
his bridal fere.
He will pass hostile the stream, mothor.
where first my hands he pressed.
By the meadow wherewith quivering llp.hls
passion he confessed,
And down the hedge-rows where we've
strayed again and yet again;
Yet he will not think of me, mother, his bro
Hs said that I was proud, mother, he said I
looked for gold;
He said I did not love him—that my Wonts
were few and cold;
He said I kept him off and ou, In hopes of
And It may be that I did, raotner, but who
hasn't done the same ?
I did hot know my heart, mother, I know it
now too late;
I thought that I without a pang could wed
some nobler mate I
Bat no nobler suitor sought me, and ho has
And my heart Is gone, and I am left to wither
Ifow lay me in my bed, mother, my head is
And mother, pry thee, let the sheets be duly
And, If you would do pleasure to your poor
Draw me a pot of beer, mother, und mother,
draw It mild!
An Irishman objected to pay
the dog tax on the ground that iiis dog
was not naturalized.
—— A dancer once said to Socrates:
"YOU cannot stand on one leg so long
as I can." "True," said the Philosopher
"but a goose can,''
Thackery speaks of a place in
Ireland where the sense of elegance was
so keen that the servants brought up
the coals for the parlor grate on a clean
- A Down East paper, in puffing
• certain soap, says it is the "lie?*, over
used for cleaning a dirty man's face.
We have tried it and therefore we
' The Troy editor who published
* list of "old maids," is in jail, for libel
and a troop of the fair calumniated pa
rade before the window of bis cell with
•miles and sneers upon their faces.
Prentice says the Radicals of
Tennessee talk of building a new man
sion* for Brownlow. His father, the
Devil, has one already for him—well
protected from the cold.
The scene is laid in a first-class
hotel :—Traveller—l desire to be call
ed at six o'clock. Clerk (with gold
chain)—if you will ring the bell at that
hour one ofthe boys will attend to your
'Do you really love me?' asked a
blushing maiden of her demonstrative
lover.— 'Loveyou? Does a kitten love
a warm brick ? Does a Frenchman love
frogs ? Does a Jack-donkey love this
tles ? Answer me that.'
—- It is reported that a very nervous
gentleman once anounccd a steamboat
explosion to the Connecticut Legisla
ture as follows : "Spister Meeker and
ledges of the memberslature the El li
ver Ollsworth has biled her buster."
If going uncovered indicates a
reverent spirit, as is claimed in some
countries, many of our ladies in fash
ionable circles are patterns of rever
»nce. They are head and shoulders in
sdlttttw ot the world in general.
'Biddy/ aaid a lady, '1 wish
you would step over and see how old
Mrs. Jones is this morning.' In a few
minutes Biddy returned with the infor
mation that Mrs. Jones was just seven
ty two years seven months and two
—— "A Distressed Mother" writes to
the Allen town, (Pa.) Democrat for
advice, Which she gets-thusly: "The
only way to cure your son of staying
out late o'nights,'is to brake his leg.
or else get the 'calico' he runs with to
'Did you ever see an elephant's
skin,' asked the master of au infant
school in a fast neighborhood. k 'l have,'
shouted a six-year-old st the foot of
class.— 'Where ?' inquired the old man,
I mused by his earnestness. 'On an ele- J
hant,' was the reply.
Two persons wrangling at a
otel about their propensity to sleep,
ne said to the other , "As soon as you
c down you dont know any thing mi
ll you get up " "Well," was the reply, I
that's better than not to know any
ling after you do get up."
A prisoner, who had received no
ce that lie was to die the next morn
ig, was asked by some of his unlortu
-te companions to share their repast
Ith them. He answered, "I never
it any thing that I expect will not
Punch gives a domestic scene
died "The Table Turned," in which
little girl and her k mamma arc in the
rawing room, a nurse just entering.
urse— TJid you ring ma'am ? Naughty
Little Oirl— No; I rang. Take mamma
away, please. She's very cross and j
"What do you call this?" said Mr.
Jones Smith,gently tapping his break
fast with hlg fork. 'Call it ?" snarled
the landlady, "what do you call it?"—
"Well realy,'' said Smith, "1 dont know
There is not hair enough in it for raor
ter, but there is entirely too much if it
is intended for hash."
A man advertised for n wife, and
requested each candidate to enclose he
Carted, visits, A spirited young lad'
wrote to the advertiser in the follow
ing terms : "Sir 1 do not enclose my
carte, for though there is some author
ity for putting a cart before a horse, I
know of none for putting one before ai
LrmiAitY Oreoobt-iner.—The loca
editor of the Lynchburg Republican is
of the name of E. Gregory, and he gets
off these :
We know where they sel! the meanest
cigars in town; and if we arc not bribei
to keep quiet, we intend to publish the
name of the guilty party.
"CoL,, Moss, late of Missouri," has
disappeared, and now for the first
time in his life, a net* est man !
We can hardly believe its true that
when Sumner's head struck the plat
form, the other day, he exclaimed lieu
nemisevm! I thought Ilrook. was dead."
Hog and Harmony—A pig squeal
ing under a gardes gate.
ifons past, and her
Author ofthe Virginia Editor,
'rh•■ Letters of Nozls . ii
dum to Billy it -
t In*, etc., etc.,
The "-vTative Virginian" will contain
•r'John M. Daniel's Latch-Key; a
memoir ofthe late editor ofthe
Bichmond Examiner;" a
I New Scries of Virginia
"Corn-Field Peas." and "Uncle Flat
back's Plantation;" "Mozis Ad
dums in Merrylun, or the Ad
"Mozis Addum's Ilia
try uv the Waw;"
and other Original and Selected '
articles by the Editor and*
Terms Three Dollars a year In
Advance. A liberal de
duction to Clubs and
general assortment of articles nsuallv found
in a first class Drug store, Including live
Stulls, Paints, Extra No. 1 Kerosene oil
Lamps, Lamp Fixtures, 4c.
. April 5,1887.
JUST received, 4 dozen large size self
y sealing pint Jars; 5 dozen small .self-seal
ing.lars; 5 dozen Stone Jnrs; 5 dozen stone
nilk lans: one set of very good castors su
nn- howls, ten cups nnd saucers, cheap ui u t, K
■(tellers, baking pans, pickle dishes, tum-'
ilcis, g*ih)efs, covered dishes, tea pots bowls
(irgesizo howls, large tin pang, buckets Ac '
* * "
£$$ STO "E • NEW GOODS I!'
.mh nndersimied would respectfully
-*- announce to his old friends and the miti-
CJ generally, that be has Just received and
lined In the store formerly occupied hv
atesd lhimning, a targe Slock of] irv Goods
.roeenes, Boots, Shoes, Bats, Cant aiulcv'
? article usually found in a first-class SUire
which ho invites the ail. mi, f the nab
-I Coct.lß,lSd7. VAT&-
PUMPS I PUMPS I J
TIIE undersigned is now prepared to
-»- make new and repair old Pumps, on rea
sonahle tirmsand at the shortest notice. All
work giiarranteed U> give entire satisfaction.
Orders addressed to him at Culpeper c. 11.
Va., will meet with prompt attention.
Juno_l,lS(J7. W , r . COLVIN.
♦•\\/"ANTi'JD to make arrngenuervF'
' • witli a live man in every county who
wishes to make money, and can give refer
ences. No capital required. Will sell a bu
siness now paying $1,5iK1 per month, and rely
on tbe profits for my pay. Address
august 23, '67—It j. (j TILTON,
Pittsburg, l ! a.
The Convention wllilwcetT"
AND I have just received a fresh snn
-**- ply of P. 11. and Granulated Sugars pure
non-explosive Kerosene (ill Tallow anil td
airantine Candles, Soap, Nails, Lewis' White
Lead, Glue, Unseed Oil, Putty, Paint Brush
es, nnd many other additions to my select
stock, all of which will be sold at living prl_
es for cash; Cull and examine for yoin-selves
November 1, 18(17. T. J. PKYTi i\. '
___ Varnish. "
\O. 1 Copal, Japan, Coach, Coach
Body, and Black Leather, fust received
ami for sale at H. U. TALIAFERRO'S Drug
Oct. 88, 18(17.
]\JOT ICE.—.1 flat received a second
•*■' supply of those lieaiiiiful Cloaks, Mooa
lins, Calicoes Alpacas, Balmoral Bkirta
Prints, 4c, all of wlilcb will he gold at a
small advances, A. THOMSON
WAN of Su
mac; wanted, for which tliefensh will lie
paid, or taken in exchange forgoods. Parties
having Sumac for salo woukl dv well to give
Ineil call lielole selling.
iiugusl _B, DiH7 R. G. BCK./IFF.
XTO. 1 Coach and Furniture Varnish ; Paint,
Xy Varnish and White-wash Brushes, Just
received and for sale by
H. 1), TALIAFERRO, Druggist.
' /SHEWING and Smoking Tobacco, for sale
] VV.nt A, THOMSON'S
I CJHAI) Roe and Herring, for sale by
O GWIN _ BECKHAM,
May 3, M 67. Alexandria, Va
flT received, a lot of Wheal and Grass
lades, WboUitones, Ac. Fur sale low by
rM.IWr. A. THOMSON.
Xi EET constantly on hand a large and
s— varied assortment of Choice Fnmilv and
Phintalli.n Supplies, plain and flue Wines,
Whiskies. Brandies and Teas, and all the
mg- Strict personal attention given to the
sale of leaf and manufactured Tobacco, Cot
ton, Gnilu and Country Produce.
1 .1 hiiiil cash advances on consignments fn
hnnd; and grain bags furnished when de
I-— * * , i ur, cecils, _ oik, iiacon, I
I.anl, lotton. Tobacco, Hlce, leather,
W 001, Kent hers. Rosin, Tar, Tiupentiui!,Gin
seng. Butter, Kens, Ac... Xo- l.i ti,ulh KWot.
.Sircf, npjMMte Jiatltmore and Ohio Raiiroad
■ Orders for all kinds of Merchandise. Salt,
Fish, Plnstor, Guano, and the various Ken I
si__7 RIUI Formin B Implements, iiromptly
Hopkins, Harden 4 Kemp, Ganhjr, Gilpin
4 I 0., Brooks, Kuhnestoek & Co., l'ennlmnn
& llrother, D. Miller Pres't N, Kb. Bank,
Hal timore; 8. J. I.cc, Galveston, Texas; M.
Greenwood, New Orleans; stow & llerkelev
Lowell,Ohio:William T. Triplet!, Clrcleville
Ohio; O. W . Button, Lynchburg, Va.: Davis
Roper, 4 . Co. Petersburg, Va.; it. 11. Miller
Alexandria, Va. '
august _j, lSd7.—«m*
ECKLOFF & ANDERSON,
(SUCCESSORS TO HOUSEWOKTII _ BROTHER,)
Manufacturers and Dialers In
CATINGS, PLOWS &c.,
ORANGE C, H., VA.
OTTR stocK consists of tho Livingston and
Virginia Patent, from No. Ito N0.6, botfc
oast and wrought Share. Plows complete at
reduced prices to suit the times. Orders for
P°u'>le Shovel Plowsand Cultivators prompt-
aro well supplied, and we charge but SI for
shoeing noises all iiround. In tbe
we continue to make and repair all work in
that Hue, at moderate prices. Several Car
riages and Buggies on hand and for sale
''"-."fr „,,, KI'KIOFP * ANDERSON.
a " 11 token In exchange for work.
VIRGINIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
QN and after Sunday. June 10, the
Mall Train will be run between Itnli
mond and the western terminus ofthe road
(which in a few weeks will be at Covington )
daily, except on Sunday, and on Sunday be
tween Richmond and Gordonsville
Leave Richmond 7 15 A M
Leave western terminu5....'.'.'.'.'.'. ....... i 23 a m
Arrive in Richmond .1 I.", c m
Arrive at western terminus 0 G_ r m
The Freight Train leaves Richmond
dally, except on Saturdays, at 6 (JO p m
Arrive in Richmond, except on Mon-
Idays 8 16 a «
A passeugercarwill be attached to to Luis
traln east of Gordonsville.
The arrangements with stages are such as
to avoid night travel after f) i> M, in all cases.
Kgli tieketssold to all the above points.
J Washington and Northern cities, 1
prominent points In the Volley of
a, and on the Orange and Alexandria
railroad. H. D. WHITCOMB,
Septemhcr lil, 1887. Gen. Superintendent
NEW BAR ROOMT
TH E undersigned respectfully calls
X the attention of the citizens of rOrimge to
the fact that he has opened, In the building
adjoining the store of Mr. Kineheloc, a
A NEW BAR ROOM, .
Where he will be happy to see his friends and
the public generally, and supply them with
WINES, LIQUORS AUD SEGABS.
His stock is very large, has been selected
with tbe utmost care, and lie feels every as
■mce that he will be able to give entire
slaction to bis customers,
c also takes this opportunity to inform
public that he will supply ait Churches
within ten miles of this place with Wlno tor
sacramental purposes, nl met.
c , , „ _ ALBERT NICHOI.S.
September 18, '«7--tr.
GWIN, BECKHAM It CO.,
FORWARDINH AND (H.n'ilSlOV
A L ETX ANURIA. VIRGINIA.
CTKICT attention given to the sale
■ v -' of Country Produce, and the purchase ol
Guano, Salt, Plaster, Groceries Ac.
Formerly of I). S.Owfn 4 Son
~AORICULT UR A L WA R EUO USE,
THE having leased a lot
-■-for the purposeof biiilillnga large agricul
tural Warehouse thereon, would respectful
ly inform the citizens of Orahge and the ad
joining Counties, that they arc now prepar
ed to furnish Blckford aud Hiitlliian's Drill
the Gum Spring Drill, and every other de
scription of agricultural implements, which
tin y warrant to give general satisfaction.—
Any implement not on hand can lie furnish
ed at the shortest notice,
august a, !Bfl7. HUPP 4 MINICK.
YV"E take great pleasure In recom
one of the many inventions of our enterprfs
ingcountyinan.A.P. Routt, of Liberty Mills.
We have given it a practical and thorough
trial, anil find if to workadmiiably.kncuiltiig
ilough in a few moments morn thoroughly
and in a better manner than can lie done In
the old und tedious style uf working with the
bond. It is equally as well adapted toloa
or risen breud as to biscuit.
WMT. O. WII.T.TAW),
WM. 11. CHAPMAN.
Orange Connty,«BVa., July 5, 1867.
\E W 11KU(JH,&C.— Just received
-'- , and for sale, a fresh supply oi pure ineili
cines, liiPludlng .1. R. Nichols A Go's., dry
clir. magnesia, Ellis'liquid citrate do. varie
ty of the hest calcined magnesia, Scidletz
powders, «n assortment of sugar coated pills
put up according- to the U.S. P.. and also
llubbells bitter wine of Iron, Scqlilns loni*
wine, Hiiinlioldsliucbu.aiid Hubbell's ehxer
vakirlan of aiiinionla.
July ID 1807 H.D. TALIAFERRO.
"YEW GOODS—I have Inst received
•*■" a largcsupply of mochinei'iil,Sole Lentil
er, Brass bound Buckets, painted BaokeU
Tubs, Bacon, Corn meal, Lemons, shoes i
j targe and very oheapasßortmanl ol Calicoes
Illeiiclied ami liro. Cottons, Ladies and Genu
Huts, very cheap. In fact, all kinds of goods
that cvii lie culled for, and will be sold cheap
Call and examine oui'stockbel*ire purchasim
elsewhar*. E. W. X INCHBLOE.
July 2H, 1807.
I SHALL apply to the Directors of
•*■ of the Orange and Aiexouilrla Railroad
Company far Urn renewal of Certificate No.
1115, dated March -lith, IsW, for fen shares oi
Stook In thisaiii ltuilronil Company, which
Ei been lost. Tim said Ctrtiilcatc was ls
*l in Snecd _; Tbooison. and as surviving
Iner 1 shall apply for the renewal of the
Snrvlvingpartner of Sneed *'t_i>_____.
OTICE.—AII poison.; indelilcil to |
me will please come forwarilaiiil pay me
itliiiig ou their ace, viii is, as I am lv want
-IWKKS this inetli...l ~i loformlrurUs
-*- bienda and the pUbUc generally that he
Is in receipt ola large Btt>e_ of
Fall and wliiler Good.,
embracing every article usually kept In a
first-class village store. The itock i mines
In purl, Clothes, Casslmeres, Tweeila Sati
net*, Kelly's Factory Cloths, Bed Blankets
Liuseys, bleached and brown I'otton 1 nril
ling-, bleached and brown 10-4, bleach and
brownshlrting.redTrilling,osunwbug colon .1
Cambrics-, Bed and white flab-let.. Canter
For The l.iidii-s.
1 " 11vr , plaid Bsß_t_tS«*, Brncullo Lustre
Striped Lusters, Satin striped. Poplin Mous
lendelalna, Black and while Poplins, black
and coloured AlMoeas, French Merlnoo
Swiss and Nansook Muslins, Jaokenetl Cam
brics, Check Muslins, Brilliants Calicoes
Assorted GingliHius, Imported Unfiling. Edg
ings, assorted Linen Handkerchief, Wi.i
black nnd colored, French corsets Hood
aksrts, Balmorals, Hosiery, Dress Untlim*!
Velvets. Ribbons, black and colored Lace
( Hilars, silk Netts Braded, Waterfall Notts*
Nubias, Bertha Hoods Breakfast shawls a
great variety of Cloaks, Spool Cotton, lens
.Needles, Black and Colored, Itibbon ftc-ltliii*
ltibbon Trlmiuing, niiil a gnat variety o
articles too terthms to mention; line assorted
city made Balmoral Shoes, A large stock o
Shoes, Hats and Caps, Glass, Opeensware
Hardware, Notions. Ready-mi * lothlng!
coal < h I, and a complete ass. vi nun t of I'a mil v
Groceries, all of which 1 will sell nt small n*f
vancc for cash, or exchange for counlrv nin
duce. I will pay the market prlc* In cash I
desired, deducting transportation for "rain*,
every description. I will keep bogs oh hand
to receive produce.
Orange C. 11., Oct. fjfL I*o7.
■ICKFORD & IllTmi A^T"
wheat m mm drill,
A. P. ROUTT, AOIBT.
174 R *J E Il s «nd others in want of the above
X Justly ci'lebriited Machine, would do well
U. order early and thus avoid disnppoiht-
S_?_!_?-i.2?S. y wcie lnst year, orders are
also solicited for
PITT'S CELEBRATED THRESHING MA
from two to ten horse power, McCormlck's
AND TWO WHEELED MO WEB,
with 'locking Cutter-bar,
Buckeye Sulky Corn Plme,
Roching Hay Hake, *_.
Ou band and will furnish at short notice,
lloull's Patent Drain Item, (twosize.,,)
intent (\,rn Planter, a sUrnilard Machine
Patent Donblr.Shovel 'Yon, '
Patent Dough Knrmhr, ftr.
Thahkful to a generous public for their long
continued patronage, I respectfully solicit.
continuance of the same, pledging my best
endeavors to promote the interest nf the
forming community. A. ]>. ROUTT
Somerset, near Liberty Mills, May ijl, 1807.
undersigned would respectfully
Piouiiccto the people of Orange Court
and vicinity tlin thebusjiist returned
laltlmore with a new mid desirable
f Goods,consisting, In part, as follows
all of which he Is certain cannot mil to please
all who may favor him with a call.
His stock having Just been purchased at
reduced prices, he Is prepared to ofler grunt
Inducements to cash purchasers.
All kinds of Country Produce taken In ex
change for goods at the htghest market rates,
thankful for the patronage heretofore ex
tended to him, he respectfully solicits a con
tinuance of the same. T J.PEYTON
Juno 21,1867, ' '
B. (*. Et'KLOFF,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
ORANGE C. 11., VA.
IAM now prepared to furnish my friends
customers and the public generally, with'
BOOTS AND SHOES,
of all kinds and sizes, made in tbe very best,
liner and of the best material which can
►ought. All work warranted, and a fit
ranteed. Call and try me.
d Sole Leather, 800 l Webbing. Lining
findings, always on hand and for sale
Til 5,1867. Near the Depot.
UNO AND UMMEB GOODS
E. W. KINCPIELOE
T-TAS just received another supply ot
f-*- Spring and Summer Goods, consist iu_
in part of ' "-""""• V, "X
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
and every other article usually kept in a first
class store; all of wlilco will bo sold low lor
cash or Count ry Produce.'
June 14, ISO",
JOHN B. CURTIS,
R ORANGE coyi% HOUSE,
KSFECTFULLY ahmimii'ea to hisensto
mers, friends and t In; public generally,
that he has just received Ids stock of Fall
and Winter Cloths, Cussiinores, Vesting & r
and is prepared todo any work In ids line at
the shortest notice and on the most reasona
Thankful for past patronage, lie solicits a
continuance of the same, pledging himself
for the future, ns In tbe past, to use his best
endeavors to give entire salisfaction.
WILLIAM H. KKIKETTS * CO.,
SADDLES, HAH NESS,
ORANGE COURT HOUSE, VIRGINIA,
"VITOULD respectfully invite the attention
" ofthe citizens of fhisand tho adjoining
Counties to their largo stock of the above
goods, which they w'tll sell as .heap as they
can be purchased iv any of the Cities.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
TJAVI \G removed to the country, has
■*-*- greatly reduced his prices fur first class
work, and will punctually attend to nil or
&f! ,en; .. , # " ,c SU>, ' CK of E - w - Kincheloe,
William H. Chapman, or Cnllen A Robin
son. Finest Boots made for SI.:, and nil oth
er Work In proportion. I will he at the Court
House e»ery Saturday, und on Court days
June 14, lt*o7;
~~*~ BOOTS, SHOES, A*.
TUSr received and (or Biilc very low,
v gentlemen's line Mimes arid Bdot. s la
dies course walking Klioes; flue morocco
Ihoes; gentlemen's Huts, course and flue
ladles Hats and Bonnets; Ribbons of every
description and color. I have purchased
these goods since the decline, nnd I will sell
very low for cash, or to punctual customers
on short time. E. W. KINCHELOE.
New Ciooda! New Good. II
YV"E arc now iv receipt of a fresh
»' supply of Pure Old Government Java,
1 jiquira and Rio Coffees, ("rushed nnd Brown
Sugars, Golden Syrups,superior G. P, Ten, E.
D. and Eastern Cheese, Bcatty's best (Jan
Powder, by the pound or Canister, Hhot, pure
Kerosene Oil, Glass Tumblers, Goblets,
White (franlte Tea-Sets, French China _*
Plates, White Granite Mugs and Pttch i
Ac, Ac, all of which we will sell as cheap as
possible, for cash—and eiisji only.
Oct, gi. 1567. cilAIM* AN. ft CO.
WOOL, Corn, Oats nnd Wheat, for
*» which I will pay the highest prices
in cash. Parties having grain for sale, will
rind It to their Interest to call oume before
i sending off their grain, as they can set Ihe
money for it without delay, by delivering
their (rain at any Depot on the Orange and
august2,lH67. F. W. KINCHELOE.
MAW GOODS.— The subscribe,- has
■*■" Just received another supply of new
Uoods, consisting of Brown, Blenched and
Plaid Domestics, Twilled und Plnin Prints
&c; alaoone barrel of No. 1 Cliler Vinegar,
JUly li), 18«7. A. THOMSON.
FUST received 14 barrels of fferrinrs,
<* which I will sell at Alexandria prices, ad
ding A. THOMSON
| "FLOWERO~F~TIIK V A !.l. | V ."
\V"E have now on h.inil a supply of
' " "The Flower or the Valley," chewing
Tobacco, which we can recommend a.-, some
tiling nice to the lovers of t he weed,
august g, ISS7. CHAPMAN ft CO.
TMEMEN N'N Hsfpodenuic fringes, tor
A saleat H. I). TALIAFERRO'S Duly Store,
-a- the age. surpasses _n other wheels:iai pow
ei\ecpnomy ..i water, and stosjihessof run
simple iv construction and a ihoStrrtil* ceoi
workmanship. Itisnol liable to gi'tAiut ot
older, and from Its positlou in the II .
■" ■ Bibleiii nil times.
It is cheaper than any other Wheel (oi
Bamewelghl and finNtOin market,
; . '-d (oi circular
»A-Persons ordering tliese Wlieels can
tI. iv pnl up by most competent work*
nn n nt a small cost.
Address all orders (o
Mm, , , ~-'''" "' '"ESTERMAN,
Mlllwi Igbt nn I Ki.gtnei r, Ul-bninnd Va
Bote Agi nt r.i Vlrginlaaud North Curollua.
B* ptembi ro, IW.-Sm.
VyE are now in Meeipto. a fresh .-up
' » ply iirjiahited Buckets, Pails ami Tuhs
hmss lmiinil water Buckets, Coacoanul Dip
pers, straw brooms wisps, dusters hair nail
and shoe brush, s, Byron, garoUanil Sliake
i speare collars, English raw hone and rubber
I dressing combs, French plaid her letter nnd
note paper, Frenon plaid and bar envelopes,
Bilk, cotton and linn. 11 shoe laces, silk head
I Holts, domestic cigars pure Lone Jack and
Urown Hick smoking Tobacco, fined PTeaa
fresii soda, wine and other crackers, egg bls
cult, s.Kipslone slates, Ac, all of which will
hcsolil low I'.ir cash only,
July 111, lw ' CHAPMAN & CO,
TO TH_T PUBLIC.
"L7OR <lie ful me I can he found ot my old
X stand, with full Agency for the stoves
and Hollow Wnrc lniiiiufaclured by Cliarl. ■
Hunter, :ii the Fredericksburg loiiindrv—
( 1111U .sieves, .Nos. as ..Sand in, Ims (Hens
and Skillets, and all other kinds of Hollow
Ware sold at manutooturer'S prices wilh
costol frciglit lo this place added
I Will also attend to the Hoofing, Gutterins
ond Spouting of Houses wilh Tin. Repair
ing executed in ih.. best manner, and at the
shortest notice, for cash,
April li!, ISH7. -If. ISAAC T. GRAHAM.
lVew Cheap fash Stoi «■.
T TAKE this method of infonniiisr mv
f friends unit customers that f havo just re
turned from Baltimore with 1 complete stock
of goods, comprising all kinds usually kepi
11 Oils market, nil of which 1 offer lo the pub
ic at the lowest cash prices or In exchange
Kr any kind of produce. Mv motto shall be
sell at the lowest price ami that tea cash
produce. 1 bavlteall parties Ui look at my
goods before purchasing elsewhere, i will
•ay the highest market prices for ah kinds of
country produce. SNOWDEN YATES.
Orange C. H., Oct. 25, 15.07.
THOMAS J. MEHAFFfcY,
AOF.NT FOR THE
CUMBERLAND COAL AND IRON CO.
ALSO. Wholesale mitl R.lai| Denier
*** In nil kinds and till sties of hard or An
threeite Coal, by Cur load or ton.
Alloo inlcation. addressed to J Lath
erland, 28, King Street, Alexandria, Va., will
be promptly attended to.
JAMES L. POWELL,
Attorney At Law,
ITAS located permanently nt Oning.
-*--*- Court Honse. In addition to this he
will attend all I he comtsof Spotsylvania and
Louisa Counties. He will, also, attend
promptly to the procuring of discharges for
Insolvents, and the proving of creditor's
claims in the liaukruptcy Courts of this dis-
Stoves, I'louKliH, Castlnga, &c.
.mh ttnderpigfiod offers for sale at th.
-*• Store of X, W. Kinclieloe, a new and se
lect assortment of Cookih_, Parti t and
Dining Hoom Stoves of the latest ami mosl
nnpnrv<-d patterns; also, Ploughs and Plough
* ■■.■nigs, straw-('utters, Corn Shellers, linn
lileund single Shovel Ploughs, and Agricul
tural Implements generally. All urlii'les
warranteil. The publle ore rcspcctfullv ,11
--viiril to call unit examine my stock befora
parchasingelsewhere. c T HUPP
Orange 0. H., Oct., 25,1867.—tf.
SPRING AND BUJ___E# __tt-iME_tT.
IHAVK.Iust received my Spring and Sum
mer Millinery, comprising all tiie latcs
BONNETS, HATS, _-c,
towbich Ilnvitotlie attention of the Ladles
of Orange and adjoining Counties.
MRS. K. L. STF.FHENS.
Orange Court House, April HI, 1K67.
ITUIM undersigned respcctfiillv announces
X lo tho citizens of Orange and the adjoin
ing Conn tlesjhal be is now carrying on the
(TIN AND SHEET-IRON 111 'SIM:.-.,,
1 oil Its various branches, at the stand fiir
lerly occupied by his father, and will make
order anything wanted bails i.u,,a.:.:,.;.,,n
■tice, for cash. Ail work warrant.-.1.
April I.', l^'~.—ic, .John T. GKAIIAM.
j I'ST re. I'ivcd .'mil for sale, Forrest'-.
J* hair restorative, Hall's hair rostaialtre,
Bachelor's lin.it dye; also, letter, cap com
mercial ami In,lie,' noie paper, envelopes
load pencils, pens, * te.
■ August 3, ls'l',7. If. D. TALIA'•], llltO.
! \VI\ EB.— Superior old Tort, Hberty
» » and Claret Minis, Just received and tot
snlolow l,y _■. J PEYTON
June 21. JSi3T.
"VY r anted 1 wish to employ and exper
»» pirliii',. Well Waller, to wall a well a
bout-.in iv, 1 ,1,.,. p . Apply bmmsttlid
November 1. UW' T.J. I'liVTuN
I >i:,sl'.|iialily i'onlOU, Linseed Oil and 81 Fr
*■' It* Turpentine at T. J, PKYTOX'S.
make Ladles nnd'children%'s'liocs, just're
ceived and for sale by
~- , 0. H. McMURRAN A CO.
O-lpepßr, September 20, iw,7.
f- ami well selected stock lust rcceivad.au
for sale at the low est market rale, I,y
• „_, _ C. H. MeMUIUtAN ACO
[ Culpeper, September 2d, IHI7.
! T ADItCS'- DllEHSi'oool)sr*t~
7J: A I .^." X, ' r-ssci-tment of Liulles- Dress.
Goods, trimmings, buttons, Ac., Jusl received
andforsaleby C. 11. M ( MritRAN ACO
Culpeper, September 20, im. "" v ""^-
I" AM prepared to sell Bradley's Lly
-s- liigstoivs Plow and Plow Castings at man
ufacturers prices, freight added, and guaran
tee the plows and castings to give enure sat-
T SHALL require of all those who aro
-s-indebted lo the old firm of Sneed A Thomson
to come forward promptly to August next and
pay the Interest required by law.
TJITTgoi.KNeTk-s, _. Improved Sy
-*»j llnge tor proiluclng Local AnoethesMi,
it* - Podonbyl, and Broin Potass, taat'lehv
'"'.'- '. IW. H.P.TALI.XFI-'.ltllO.
( tl.oiiis, CASSIMKItF.S, &(•;_A
v -'. huge lot just received and for sale bY
C. H. McMt'KltAN A CO.
( ulpeper. Si ritember 20, 18.7,
XTOTh'K.—.lusl ie,-,i!,(i a good ■•My M
, H i "s"'". Molasses, Coal fill and Nails.—
-iii.nine ami Family Flour, in store and
AJI '< 11 A XICS WANTED.—! —«F.
~.,!" employ four good carpi liters, and one.
CA I.T.—-A good supply ot pure Salt