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»l .'NDAY.-.OUJtII.G I!* BED.
"When tho tiresome week Is over,
Wearied limbs then ask for ease;
Xo grim task Is than before you.
No e«« but yourself to please.
How delicious, then the feeling
That dawns through the drowsy head.
Of a rest unbroke, unsummoned,
Sunday morning In the bed.
And such fancies throng around you.
Half asleep and half awake,
Dim defined, yet all so pleasant-
Fancies like the dawn, opaque,
"Waking dreams of love and fortune.
Brighter far than can be said,
Give a foretaste of elyslum,
Sunday morning ln the bed.
And the early sounds contrasting.
Add still more to the repose;
Praise who will the early risers,
Sweet r still's the morning dose!
Labor, bustle, care all banished.
And the only sound you dread
Ii the breakfast bell's rough clamor,
Booting from the Sunday's b*d.
Poets sing of early morning,
Heathful, active, fresh and fair,
Riches reaped, Industry's harvest.
In the morning's early air—
Well, ln week's days let's admit It;
Think how soon one's life Is sped,
•Let poor mortal's joy unhindered, •
'Sunday mornings in the bed.
— Josh Billings says : "One nt the
funniest scenes 1 ever seed wu_ tno
old maids wuitm'un one sick widower.'
—In a dime novel recently pub-
Jished, the hero Is made to clime one
bundled and fifty (set up a tree. >lluw
Is tbat for high f"
——"1 will preach from dat perl ion
el Ue scripture dis evening," said a
colored Jomine, "whar de 'postle Paul
pints his 'pis'.le at de 'phesiaiis."
— Tlie Jews have a preverb, that
lie who brings not his sun up to some
employment nirkcs lilm .-.thief. The
Turks say, "An idle man is the -evil's
—— A Texas negro on being arrest
ed for polygamy, said: 'Why, hit
hasn't got but four ineiidinonts yet. and
tie law openly 'lows de colored man til
ilis-oiiii lias a pupil in the pri
mary department ol a public school 107
years old. lie Is a colored youth, and
ci les because the other children won't
play tag with him.
Southern negroes, when they
get a new pair of pants, are in the most
Intense agony until the garment is rip
ped up tlie lug so they can hear it 'flop'
when they wiilk.
A gill a. Olrmpia Washington
Territory, throw abui. blasting powder
lv the lire-place supposing it to be coal.
Thsr bad to send elghtt-en miles for
lumber lor the coilln, It was so scarce
A Cincinnati judge has derided
that a b! nv from a husband to a wife is
sufficient ground tor it divorce, flow
Is it when the wife does the blowing?
There is a tiiend jl ours wants us to
And out for hiui,—be thinks hen got a
•'Come Dob, ho\y much have you
cleared by your spectttationP" said a
iriefid t«i lii» companion,
"Cleared!" answoresl Dob with a
frown, "why, I chared my pockets !"
A negro parson In the West
preaching against the love of money,
■conclude.l his sermon by saying : 'And
liur.Hlly brethren, you can judge what
Ood thinks ef money by the class of
people h. gives it to.'
All Over Town.—"Jane," s-tld
a wag -it's ail over ton n.'
"V\ hat-all over town*"
Miss Jane's eyes dropped—and so
<\u her waterfall!
At Sydney, Ohio, a young wo
man went into a stere and asked for
"ft'lipe intestines lor lyrical purposes.''
He tali! be was out of then', but had
-ome mighty good cat-gut n (Idle
__. strings. She fainted, and had to be
carried out on a revenue stamp. Such
! |Hi!Sttttott,ou.s _wdv.
-Ye DMO NT ANI) - R LIN UT 0 N
LIFE Mimi COMPANY.
Rome Office:--Richmond, Va..
W. C. CARRINGTON, President,
D. J. iIARTSOOK, Secretary.
A.a.ti and Investment*, $1,500,000.
JNSIiRES on all the most approved
plans. ll* policies are non-forfeiting.
It di v'des S7 1 a per cent, of prod tv among
It declares dividends at the end of second
It receives premiums all In cash, or ln halt
loan, or one tblrd loan, as applicants may
It allows quarterly or semi-annual pay
ments of cash part of premium.
It accepts no security for the money it in
vests except real estate flrst Hen.
No stocks nor government securities will
be received by It as security for debt,
it Is olllcered and managed by gentlemen
born and bred In tlie Souih, of good charac
ter amongst their own people for financial
ability and for fidelity to their trusts; and
the premiums paid Into this Company will
not go to increaue the wealth of the North,
but will be used within our own limits, and
will relieve our own impoverished people.
W. C. CARRINGTON, President.
J. J. Hopkins, Secretary,
O. H. I'-iiitow, Medical Adviser.
D. J. Hartsook, W. I>. Cabell, E. Q. Thur
mond, J. R. Peebles, Hudson Martin, T. P.
Fltzpatrlck, William Gordon, C. A.SchalT
ter, William P. Shepherd. ;
REFER FN" C'ES:
Gen. Beauregard, Col. i». G. Garner, Judge
Alexander Walkcrand (Jen. Masou Graham,
ol Louisiana; Gen. Simon Buckner, of Lou
lsvlllo: Gen. J. B.Hood, New Orleans; Judge
H. P. Mabry, Major J. H. Pratt and Ward
Taylor, Jr., .iellcrson, Texas,
Liberal commissions will be given to good
agents. Travelling agents are especially
Nink Hundred ToUcies Issued during th.
first eight months of active work.
Income over Sl4o,uot>—a siusress ahead of all
precedent—and with bright prospects.
For rates of Insurance call upon the Local
Agent, W. H. RICK KITH,
July 31,180.. Orange Court House
J. M. MURPHY, Agent
Gordonsvl lie Va.
3 5 3 fi J5 ft 3 f f % ? ?
TO THE WORKING CLASS.—We are now
prepared to furnish all classes with constant
employment at home, the wholo of the
time or for tbe spaio moments. Business
new, light and profitable. Persons ol either
sex easily earn roni ole to So per evening,
and a proportional sum by devoting t. ieir
wholo time to the business. Hoys ami girls
earn nearly as much as men. That all who
see this notice may send their address, and
best the business, we makethis uuparalleled
offer: To such as are not well satisfied, we
will send SI to pay lor the trouble of writing.
Full particulars, a valuable sample, wuieh
will do to commence work on, and a copy of
The People's Literary t \impanion— one of th.
largest and besi family newspapers publish
ed—all sent free oy mall. Reader, ii you
want permanent,profitable work.
Address E. C. ALLEN A CO.,
Nov 6. lt-60—Hin. Augusta. Maine.
lIATHIEMATICAL ASD CLT^I.iAL""
SCHOOL FOR BOYS,
FAUQUIER WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
(5. miles from Washington, I). C. 8 miles
from Warrcnton, Va.
THE session begins Ist October, anil
ends Ist of July. Pupils admitted at any
time, and charged from dale of en nance.
The location is one of unsurpaesed beauty.
There is no more healthful portion of Vir
' giniii. The water of the Springs is noted for
its medicinal virtue.
The school is In the midst of a highly re
fined and Intelligent community.
The aecominodat ions are superior, perhaps
to those of any school in tlie Stnte.
The Instructors are gentlemen of ability
TEKMb I-R -KSSIffN ,0V NIWB MONTHS :
For Board and Tuition Wo, payable one
half In advance a»d the balance on the first
of February. There a;e no oxtra charges.—
Address W. j_.\THAM Jn.,
Fauquier White SulphUi'Springs, Va
Tuition alone 15.—Latin and Uroeli each
University op Virginia, Aug. 25, 2868.'
••I have long known Mr. w. Latham, Jr.,
first ns a student ami then as a teacher. For
the business of teaching Mr. L. has unusual
quulincatious, both as a scholar and for apt
ness to Instruct—and In this I express the
uniform opinion of my colleagues, with
whom Mr. Latham studied at this Universi
I cordially recommend htm to those who
are careful to procure the best instruction
for their children, as agentleman who may
be relied on to tlo well and faithfully what
ever he may be willing to undertake.
W. H. McGUFFEY.
S.pt. 10, ISfiU. Prof. Moral Phil
WA TT - -UslCrBT,
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A_H_N'l S for the Climax Reaper and
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the best Grain Drill and the best Hay Rake
and Gleaner, which we have selected as ihe
PRICES REDUCED TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Send for circulars and price list.
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August, ISH9, and lias procured mare pre
miums and awards oi merit iv Virginia and
tbe Cotton Slates than any other plan mado
in the United States.
BjkPAUIER, HARTSOOK „ (<>.,
GET UP YOUR CLUBS FOR 187*11
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TO every person getting up a club for
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; 'a copy of our premium Mezzotint for fram
ing tslzt 20 Inches by 16.) It is called "Our
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, Retting p large clubs, an extra copy ofthe
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Peterson's Magazine gives more for th.
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otber. it contains every year, nearly 1000
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moth colored (teal lushlnn plates, and about
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ly Two Dollars a year, or a dollar less than
1 Magazines of its class, it Is, therefore, em
THE MAGAZINE FOR THE TIMES.
In addition to the usual number of sbort
, er stories, there will be given In 1870, at least
i five original copyrighted Novelets, viz:
THE PRISONER OF THE RASTILE,
Hy Mrs. Ann S. Slcphcns.
THE SECRET AT BARTUAM'S HOLME,
By Mrs. Jane ... Austin.
KATHLEENS LOVE STORY,
By the author of "Ethel's Sir Launcetot.
AN ENEMY'S HEVENQE,
By the author of •' The Second Life."
BOW IT ENDED,
By Frank Lee Benedict.
In the number and heruty of its lllustra
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, STEEL AND MEZZOTINT ENGRAVINGS
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MAMMOTH COLORED FASHION PLATES
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' COLORED PATTERNS IN EMBROIDERY
RECEIPTS FOR COOKING,
THE TOILETTE, SICK ROOM, etc.
New and fashionable Music in every num
ber. Also, Hints on Horticulture, Eques
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ing to get up a club.
Address, Vos I - pa i d,
CHARLES J. PETEKSON.
No. 30U:Chestiuit-tr et, Philadelphia, Pa
Ootobar t •.. 1819
13 SOUTH ROYAL STREET, IS
I_. il. C_.ARKMs-_-.-i
STOVE W A R I ROOMS.
THE catalogue for tills fall contain*
the following ST .YES for eooklng :
IRONSIDES Farmer, Excelsior, . .iinilblu
Continental, Planler, Prise, Amity, Waver
ly, Wm. Fell, Charm, Carroll, Cook aud
Miner; also, the Victor, Umpire and Porta
For Parlor, Hall, Chamber and Dining
Room stoves, we have the Morning Glory,
(3em, Bouquet, &c; also a full lot of Cumber
land Coal Stoves, Ac, all ot which has given
such entire satisfaction for the past four
years that it Is useless for us to say anything
except to warrant every article to please ths
Prices to suit the times.
Roofing, Guttering and spouting dons at
A genera! assortment of Tinware, Hollow
All orders promptly filled.
All orders from Orange and adjoining
E. H. CLaRKSON,
N '. 5,15C9.—1y.
R. H. I'ABTLOW. CONWAY NEW—AM.
I'lltl'liOff A -VErV.-tla.-f,
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION
GORDONSVII. LE, VA.
HIGH— 81' price paid for all kinds c
Country Produuc, Keep constaufly oa
DRY GOOHS, GROCERIES, NOTIONS,
Hats, caps, Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Statlona
ry, Hardware, Hollow-waio, Wood-ware, Tin
ware, Crockery ware, Cookft:tg stoves, Fur
niture, Sail, Lime, Nails, Leather, Lump
aud Ground Plaster, Peruvian Guano, Bone
Agents for Powhatan Phosphate. Baugh's
fßaw Bone Phosphate, Rest Wheat Drill and
December 24, 1889.
TIIK Advertiser is a first-class Week
ly, containing matter of Interest to tin
Farmer. Mechanic and Country Merchant,
and correct weekly report of the Alexandria '
Market and the Baltimore Cattle Market al
Subscription one year, 1150
" six mini! lis, 1 'JO
To Clubs a larac discount is allowed.
1 ilb.-ial commission to Agenls. .tone need
apply for un Ageuoy except they can give a
responsible reference. Address
WKDUDRIUTIIN A DRIVER,
Publishers, Alexandria, Va.
August 13, IB6o.—tf.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
SPRING AND SUM > ER TRADE. 1870.
1-4 King Street, T4
THE subscriber baslnst received, and
having bought at (told rates, can afford to '
sell at prices lo suit the times, one of tbe .
lamest, most varied and best assorted stocka '
of Ladles', Gentlemen's, Miss' nnd ihll- '
aj£eu's Boots and Shoesever before o_--redfoy j
in (liis market. Uis I.
in from iby_^j
"QUALITAS NON qUANTITAS."
i DR. LAWRENCE'S
t BIWBUX CONC_-TR_TSD rt-CID IITBiCT Or
THE GKBAT HEALTH RESTORER.
ko quack lieDinae- roriici,a abobnti thb
PREPARED SOLE-. _ BT
DR. J. J, LAWRENCE,
Organic Chemist, -
Strikes at the Root of Disease by Purifying
the Hlooil, I'.esn.i inn the Liver and
Kidneys to a li.althy Actlou, and
In vljjorat inn the Nervous Sys
' This is the secret of It* WONDERFUL BUC-
C'K.SM in CURING
_< KOl'l I.A, SYI'HILI-, DYSPEPSIA,
Liver Complaints, Chronic Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Nervous Affections, l_rui>
tions ol l tie Skin, 1 Illinois, Loss of
Vigor, Diseases of kidneys and
Bladder, and all Disease*
caused by a
BAD tJCATJC OF THE BLOOD.
or a Diseased Condi t Inn ofthe
LIVi-R, i_t_i.Sl-.YS, NLRVOUS SYSTEM,
It thoroughly huadicates every kind of
Humol and Bad Taint, and restores the en
tire system lo a healthy condition.
Thousands have been changed by the
use ol this Medicine trom Weak, Sickly,
.-suffering creatures, to .Strong, Healthy and
happy Men and Women.
No Medium? has aTiained such a GREAT
REPUTATION as tills Justly CELEBRA-D
Approved by the Highest Mtdical Authority.
Endorsed and recommenned by the Pres
ident of tbe Faculty ot the E. Medical
Collegeof the City olMew York.
Pnovi-aoK 11. S. NEWTON, M. D.,
Professor and President of the B'aculty, lat.
"Professor Theory and Practice" of
Medicine, Cincinnati, Ac,,
One of the most eminent medical men of tills
age—well known as the iiuliio of the follow
ing standard medical works: Newton's
"Practice of Medicine," "Diseases of Chil
dren:. "Newton'b Byrnes Hurgery," Ac, in
December number 0/ American Medical Re-
"Among the more recent, efforts to intro
duce popularly, Rome of the new remedies,
we notice a new preparation compounded
by J. J. Lawrence, M. D., of Norfolk, Vti„
which Is furnished lo the profession and tbe
public in all v desired quantity- We recent
ly cxamined'his Laboratory, and becaine/iilf;/
satisfied that aii ins work is done ln the best
manner, by the most approved processes, and
from the best materials giving as a result a meft
!..nemeeting the uouailenoo Of tbe Physl
ciauß and the public,"
Koskoo Cures Scrofula lv Kb
From A, W. MILLS, a prominent and wall
known merchant of Norfolk, Va,
No. 11 Main St.. Norfolk, Vt-., Sept. 15, 1809.,, :
1)K. Lawkence—Dear Sir: Your Koskoo
has work, d wonders ln my loudly. My
daughter baa been v sufferer from Herofula
since childhood. She lost thirty one places
from her ankle, several from her arm, be
sides navidg ulcers ln severs' parts of the
body. Whilst ln this condition she com
menced taking your Koskoo— it acted like a
char in on her: under its usff the ulcus gradual
l healed, and her general health greatly im
proved. It certainly saved her much suffer
ing, and pd'hups her life. I regard Koskoo
a specific for all scrofulous affections. Your
Kosku • also cured my wife of dyspepsia, from
which she suffered greatly, she te rmss inbet
tcr ealth than she has been iiiflve yean.
With the highest regards,
I am gratefully yours, _c,
A. W. MILLS.
Koskoo Is endorsed by the best physicians
everywhere. Read tho.followiug from Dr.
I'illerv, a successful practitioner of many
years standing in the Old North St.te :
Kocky Mount, Edgecombe Co., 1
September 10, IK.H. j
Dr. J. J. Lawuenck—Dear Sir: I have
used your Concentrated i'liii'l Extract of
Koskoo In my practice with thehappiesl re
st/.. I Hud II lo lie._|ow.erful Liver Invlg- .
ffiwflwtt tt, ffo., grtumti,
MUST COME AND LOOK!
Our stoc'i consists in part of
Ot ß4l y»r|atJcs, Wehnne added ln addition
a full line of
The itul ies can find at all times many_UiJ4_______fl
(lII.AH FABB TWO DIIt.I.ARS FEB DAT.
I Corner of Hanover and Pratt Street*,
Three squares from B. A 0. R. It. Depot, and
within live minutes walk ol tno
HENRY SCHOFIKI.II, Proprietor.
~ _L B. S__TI.CE A SOnT"
ozj o _■ X— x aa _-_ cm,
No. 1300 Main Slr.et,
WE are now recelvino; niir stock ot
Fall and Winter Cloths, Casslmeres
and V eatings and invite all persons tn want
of good _ioiiilng to give us a call before pur
We keep always on hand a full line of Gen
tlemen's J-uinishiug Clouds, embracing al
the latest Novelties,
Iteinember the old sland, corner of Main
aud Thirteenth streets.
K. B. -.PENCE JS SON,
1300 Main Street, Richmond, Va.
October 22, 1889.
T HEREAT PIANO, PARLOR OIIQAN,
KSTAB-ISHMBNT OF THK NOITII
ESTABLISH-!) IX 1852,
IN WASHINGTON, D. C.
pHHTK stories ami basement devote
A exclusively to the business. Always o
hand over ttlu I.anos. new and seennd lian
ranging in price from Sou to $800. 1 inn
new and warranted at (Moo and upwards,
Sole agents for ten best establishments
the country. Correspondence sniiciicd. M
sic, Books, Catalogues and all small urtlo
sent by mull. .11.UN F. ELLIS,
New iron Front, Sot) Peunsylvavla
Avenue, near 10th Street.
October 9, 1868.
FALL AND WINI'KU, 188..
JOHN Is. CURTIS,
ORANGE COURT BOUSE, VA.,
RESPEC'TFULL V" announces to till
customers, friends and the public gener
ally, tbat he haa Just received tho largest
and best selected Slock of
ClotUs, .assimerei-i, -"""estiii?.,..<
ever brought to tills market, which lie is pre
pared to make up at the shortest notice and
on the most reasonable terme.
Thankful for past patrnnag. . be solicits a
continuance of the same, pledging hinisell
for the future, as in the past, to us.- his best
endeavors lo give entire satisfaction.
Term, positively CASH.
October 22, IMP.
S,».__.lL E Hi IT l-VSTlll.'t'TOß.
1 makes it valuable is be
» v cause it contains so much practical.
original r-ialter In such small spaco." John
"Thedlrectlbms for crowing Strawberries
and Ita-berrles Sere the best I nave ever seen."
Henry Ward iSeocVer.
We could give liuiib'redK of just such tesll
monial.s, showing thet value of this little
work. It should be lv uhe hands of every
person, Whether the owner of a rod square vi
ground or a hundred Acres. Tree ments
should have a copy. It ctonlnlns-lo pages.—
Price 111 cents, Kail pric.l list, wholesale and
retail, and also terms n. uvjents nnd those de
siring io gel up s dub fur I'lhints soul tree lo
(; 11 applicants. Parties at Uhe South or on
Pnr'i'o Coast should order ftihints In the 1011.
AddPW"". FUBDVAi JOHNSTON,
Bcpt. 8, (Kl. IViliuyra, N. Y.
~ li-i'i".uiLisii Ed urn.
A S. OltEl-N". I JA . Tl. UI'.EK..-*
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Furniture, low ____________________________________
Northern , ';; , ._■
prepared o 4, __
Turning, Planing. Mm . _■
lU C K. UilllljMjLm
yJ one dally p_V^i' e ! t!a >'' Fvb ' Ti - TO,
tween Washlngi_ a '_=",''?'" will rnn be.
iKH'tlngatGordons.,'," 1 "", Lynchburg, oon
and Ohio Railroad.,*," u »eChesapeakti
and the Virginia Bpßlchmojid, Covington
West and SouthweslHfi! "'Lyuohburg (hr
the North and North. 1 " I"'*1 "'* wushlngKinfcr
Leave Wusliiugton if,' , . „
audriaat 800 a. in., ai v , ,u6So »-m., Ale-t
--at 5 Oh p. in. «*g »t Lynchburg
Leave Lynchburg nor
arriving at Alexandria l*"" 1 ' at BXi _a_
Washington at i - ; ' P- m. and at
Also daily, Sunday Inch
train through without chanpH? '■ •> P*sseag«r
ears attached —between W A i- cars— ... leeping
HICHMON 0-making close? NBTON and
Illchuiond and Waablngto- nection. at
line between New York and t' the direct
lanticbtatas. South AU
1., aye Washington at (1:35 p. t
andrla at 7:_."i p. m, pi-rive at Gofnd Ale*
-11:10 p. in., and at. Richmond ._Bo"i* vlll bat
nectlng wilh irain leaving Hichnp., cor
n. in., for 1-e.ersburg, Weldonand. att:H
Leave Richmond at 8:10 p. m., a
dullsville at 12:15 a m.; arrive at A lept* -
at siooa. in., and at Washington nlt-3.11*
connecting with earliest trains to N *«"».*
and Northwest. ul*
A train for Manassns Kranch will«
Alexandria dully, excepting Sunday. s_S
a. in., arrivLig at Harrisonburg at 4'2op'
Leave Harrisonburg nt 1110 a. in. counec?"
Manassas Junction with Northbound tit
on main line, arrive at Alexandria at 0
The train on Manassas Branch wlllmak
flood connections at the Junction with nlghi
Ine lo and from Richmond.
Through tickets und baggage checked te
all prominent points.
rass Orange dally northward at.SOa. nu
and Southward (Sunday excepted,) at X 36 m.
lU i, i,,. -s J - M.tIROAHUS,
March IMbiO. Uenerßl Ticket Alee!
I * OUIO RAILEOll)
CHANGE OF BCHEBTJLE.
CyX iiiid after Feb. 2ti(i, ib/G, trie P»S»
Trains will run as follow*—vlst
Mail Train will run dally betweed Rich.
luond and Slar.nl/in (except Sunday, be
tween Gordonsvlll. and Staunton: leave
Klchmond at 8.80 a. in. and arrive at Stsnn
ton at .20 p, in. Leave Staunton at, U-M
a. m, nnd arrive ut Richmond .211 v. in
making close conuetions at Gordonsvill.
nnd Uharlofcsvillewith Orange, Alexandria
and Manassas Railroad Mall Train, for Alex
iitidnn Washington, Rallimore, Philadel
phia, New York, Ac.; also for Lynchbnra,
Knoxvllle, Challnnooga, Memphis, New Or
leans, Montgomery, Mobile, &c.
Mall Train will nm ui-wcekly betwee*
Staunton and Whlto Sulphur Springs oa
Tuesday, Tbnrsday, and Saturday. Leav.
Staunton ot . lop m-and arrive at White Sul
phur at 1005 pit,; leave White smlphnr at
8 20am, and iinivo at Staunton atßam.—
And going West will connect with stages aa
follows, vi/,:—At Goshen with stages forLex
ington, Natural bridge, and Roekori.g.
Hatha, At Millboro' with stages for Bath AJ-
Umn, and Worm Springs, and at W'bll* Sul
phur with stage* for Lewi-burg, Charleston,
Slagen will also leave Klaunton ou
day, 'l'hursitay, and Saturday mornings, tor
Lexington and Naluial llndge.
NIGHT PASSENGMR I RAJS mill run be
tween Uieliniond and Wanning!.- alghtly
wiibont change of ears, leaving Richmond
at K,MP, M„ and arriving at Richmond, at
180 A. Is n milking all through connection,
al Richmond and Wii.shir.gtim. SLEEPING
CARS will be attached to this train,and will
be run through between Richmond no*
Washington without change.
JAMES F. NETHERLAND,
February It, is.'c. General Ticket Ageat.
BICHJ-ONDAirtl I_TCIW_IUB_ S. R.
r)\ and alter Monday. April 1,. 18B_>
'-' ihe train., ou this roud will leave as fol
Leave Rlehmcwul at 4 p. m. aud 2.85 p. ra.
leave l'eters'o.rg at D.iO v. m. and H.ioi p. m
Accommodation Train with passenger car
at'.eclied. will leave Hiclimond daily at-I p.
in., uud Petersburg daily at 0.10 a. in. (Sr.»
The I a. m. train will not leave Richmond!
on Sundays, and tlm o.io p. m. train will no.
leave Petersburg on Sundays.
Passengers lor Norfolk will take th. .. a>.
in. train, running 111 rough daily.
Baggage eheekep 1 lirough.
Tbe passenger coach aiiuched tri theoosA
train will leave Clover Hill at" a. nr, .nil ta
turning, leave Richmond at 2.10 p. ra. pa
Tuesdays, Thursday, and Hatnrd <•■ s,
THOMAS li. W'Y*NR
May 7, IS—k Sui'-rlutend
€AHi _VTERI-ft. HOUJiK BUILDK
"TMIE tinili'isiojiied desiir/to anno iue»
-*- to the public of Orange jßd the ad.li.liilnjr
counties thai he liasreyu.ijali'lsl-H'mi real!—
lug, fc-e which he w.i.s t«lned by vi ars ofi
study and praclic-il exp/leuce, bma In now
preparea to do all kinder
CARPENTER'S IVuvf, HOUSE BVIIR
INQ AMIMfJj GEARING.
I _ri'U<«<iilraet fur pufc mul Driente Du-ell-
Desif/H. all MiKlels, and periorn*
uli tl— dutiesr_-fi_ire/i>£a_texperieuc.d aad.
skilled archihadi:. /
IVrsons db-rtii ng tfontst met, repair or la*.
prove MILLS of aii/"escriptlon, will do well
location. ->c, ns Ifl Particularly acquaint*
ed wltb that hrai/tot' my business. I will
also do-toe work/ 02 *
andsnpiHy .'ii/'lNSofof such patt«Ti»si;*
pi-ices as may /desired by either the Weal th*
il the pour. J
All w.r!;_s" t, ! re' °c done promptly neath
i/u7i/iiV/i,a_# 11 'a workman-like manner s_ I
■•hull imi if "'."ii'but the best hands
1 n a eoJPjnlty where I have been co Ior«
ml I trof 8 " w.,1 kiiowu,.it Is not necensj"
.y Ihat Jp;°o'<l g've a spejlal reference or
.•eco_n_P l "'; io >> s - I refer to the work Lrro~
10.'.-'rc/','? h >' "•>'• »"d all I auk j, a ft .,
RmLt'f-J my friends an« I
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KK - Ti.^s-iITLAS It A6_Ntll
PLRCHASE AND BALE OU'
Xl !i weekly piipcn" tor tllstrf-
North and ml Imilniadp
Ming to Virginia, udverllslng
l'l'. Local Pr.rlner
At Gordonsvlll., Tft.