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L >.M»AV,.lloll>l_li<; IX HMD.
■ hen the tiresome week is over,
W Wearied limbs then ask for euse;
nfo grim task Is then before yon.
No on. but yourself to please.
How delirious, then the feeling
That dawns through tbe drowsy head,
Of a rust unbrokc, unsummoned,
Sunday morning lv 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 elysluin,
Sunday morulug ln tbe bed.
And the early sounds contrasting,
Add still more to the repose;
Praise who will the early risers,
Sweet r still's the morning dosel
Labor, bustle, care ull banished,
And the only sound you dread
Ii the breakfast bell's rough clamor,
Routing from tbe 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 nortal's Joy unhindered,
Sunday mornings In the bed.
— Josh Billings »ays: "One nf the
funniest scenes 1 ever" seed wuz two
old maids waitin'oti one sick widower.'
In a tliine novel recently pub
lished, the hero in made to dune one
hundred and fifty feet up v tree. 'How
U Unit for high.
——"I will preach from tlat perl ion
ot Ue scripture (lis evening," situl n
colored tlomine, "whar tie 'postle Paul
pints his 'plftle ut de 'phe.iuns.''
Tlie Jews have a preverb, 'that
he who brings not liis mm up to some
employment tnrkes hiui a thief. The
Turks say, "An idle man ii the .evil's
A Texas negro on being arrest
ed for polygamy, said: 'Why, hi!
hasn't got but four mendincuts yet, and
ile law openly 'lows de colored uian ttf
—— -Missouri lias a pupil in the pri
mary department ol a public school 107
years old. Uc i- a colored youth, and
ci ies because the other children won't
play tag with him.
Southern negro**, when they
*et a new pair of pants,,are in the most
intense agony until the garment is rip
ped up tlie leg 10 they can hear it 'Hop'
when they walk.
A giil at Olympia Washington
Territory, throw lome blasting powder
ln the tire-place supposing it tv be coal.
Thi7 had to semi eighteen mile, for
lumber lor the colliti, It was WMsree
A Cincinnati judge has decided
that, a b! iw from a husband to a wile is
mfrlclent ground tor a divorce. How
is it when the wile doe* the blowing!'
There ig v 11 ie ml jt ours wants us to
flnilotit for him, —he thinks lieV got a
''Come. Hob, how much have you
cleared by your speculation ?" said a
friend tv lit* companion.
'•Cleared I" answered" Hob with a
frowe, "why, I dialed my pocket* !"
A negro person in the West
preaching against the lovo of money,
concluded his sermon by ikying : 'Aiid
llnnally brethren, you can judge what
God thinks of money by the class of
people he gives it to.'
All Over Town.—"Jane," said
a wag 'it's all over tow rt.'
"What's all over town?"
"Miss Jane's eyes drapped—and so
<li«i her waterfall!
At Sydney. Ohio, a young wo
man went into a store and asked for
"feline intestines for lyrical purposes.''
He said he was out of lliein, but had
some mighty good oat-cut riddle
strings. .She fainted, and had to be
carried out on a revenue stamp. Such
A Newark man is getting very
suspicious because liis wifu lias several
times, lately asked hi in why he didn't
apply for work at the iiitro-glieerine
lactory which has exploded twice late
ly!" lie wants a divorce.
Love is like a hunter, who cares
«ot for the game when once caught,
.which be may have pursued with the
linest Intense and breathless eagerness.
• .eve is stronger in pursuit, friendship
A jilted swain spitefully says :
*'Eve did not know as much as her
daughters of tlie present da;-. Had
thay been iv her place, instead ef be
in*; _eceived,thcy would have deceived
Don't be too anxious to solve a
countimdrnm. Wo kuow a man who
got two black eyes in endeavoring to
Hud out the difference between a man
and a woman fighting in tiie street.
A darkey gives tlie fallowing
•reason why the colered race is superior
i te tlie white race :
"All men are made ol clay, and li!te
the meerschaum pipe, are more valu
able when highly colored."
A celebrated preacher, it", a ser
mon on the duty of wives, said : "1
see in this congregation a woman who
lias been guilty of disobedience to her
heabantl, and in order to point her out
il will tling my Kible at her head."' He
[ lilted tlie hook, and every wife's head
was instantly ducked.
At Fort Wayne, Indiana, when
women begin to run around the street,
biuctooted, people know that "spring
has co-no, gentle Annie." Talking _-
bout feet.au Indiana woman tbat can't*
show a lout thirteen inches long Is
hooted out of society.
The Texas magistrate who post
poned a case for two week!, in order
to lind out whether the .Stale was in or
out ot the Union, was one of your care
ful kind. In the meantim* the citizens
S; the horse thief that w«j going to
ied, because they hadn't any jail.
- A slight misunderstanding. At
iperance niettirig :i number of la
•vho desired to throw their milli
on the right side, came up to sign
lei'ge when a sou ot Erin exelaim
'Be gorra ! who would think so
j fine looking Yankee women
- A young married couple In Wis
ti town lately began housekeeping
he lirst purchase! ol the head ol
aniily at the village grocery were :
cents' worth of soda, five cents'
li of salt, two cents' worth ol pep
_ne cent's worth olclicwir.g gum.
iwelve cent's worth ol'soap. The
c aiii-iiuti'd lo twenty-live rent",
li was paul by the you.ig Benedict
eeie; aud as lie left the store he re
ted to tie clerk that, "keeping
el* cheaper than boat ding '
. JOVNEK. W. _.. BLATF.K
JOYi.ER A SLATER,
IiROCERX, LiqUOB DEALERS,
JC omi!_Slo.\ MEIMIXTS,
t.__ Main Mtrrri,
I HER A L advance* made on con
-1 Hktnmentii.i hAna, Sole agents for Pe
.ißaftg 1 -'* Hy " WhUMjr - BrandM "
Pl_ DMIIJIT A I. DARLINGTON
LIFE IXSLRAXCE COIP4HT,
itiiiui Office :—Riclimond, t *.
W*. C. CARRINGTON, President.
D. J. HARTSOOK, Secretary.
Assets and luvculiuentu, $1,500,000.
INStiRESon all the most approved
plans. Its policies are non-forfeiting.
It divides CT% per cent, of protlts among
It declares dividends at the end of second
It receives premiums all ln cash, or In halt
loan, or one third loan, as applicants muy
It allows quarterly or semi-annual pay
ments of cash part of premium.
It accepts no security for the money It In
vests except renl estate first lien.
No stocks nor government securities will
be received by it ac security fordeht.
It is ofllcered nnd mnniiued by gentlemen
born and bred in the South, of good charac
ter amongst their own people for financial
ability and for fidelity to their trusts; nnd
the premiums paid into this Company will
not go to Increase the wealth of the North,
but will be used within our own limits, and
will relieve ourown Impoverished people.
W. C. r.UUUNaTON, President.
J. J. Hopkins, Secretary,
0. H. PiCKROW, Medical Adviser.
D. J. Hartsook, W. I). Cabell, K. O. Thur
mond, J. R. Peebles, Hudson Martin, T. P.
Fitzpatrlck, William Cordon, C. A. SchalP
ler, William P. Shepherd. ;
den. Beaurecard, Col. in. G. Garner, Judge
Alexander Walker and Gen. Mason Graham,
ot Louisiana; Gen. Simon Buckner, of Lou
isville; Gen. J. B. Hood, New Orleans; Judue
H. P. Jfabry, Major J. H. Pratt aud Ward
Tavlor, Jr., Jefferson, Texas.
Liberal commissions will be given to good
agents. Travelling agents Rre especially
Nine nrm»RED Policies Issued during the
flrst eight months of active work.
1 ncome over 8110,000—a success ahead of all
precedent—and with bright prospect..
For rates of Insurance call upon the Local
Agent, W. H. ItICKKfTS,
July 31,1808. Orange Court House
J. M. Ml'ltl'llY, Agent
TO THE WORK I N'G CI. ASS.—We are now
prepared to furnish nil classes with constant
employment at home, the whole of th*
time or for tho spaie moments. Husiness
now, light und profitable. Persons of either
sex oasllv earn irom 60c. to to per evening,
and a proportional sum by devoting t lelr
whole time to the business. Hoys und girls
earn nearly us much hs num. That all who
sec this notice uitiy send their address, and
test the business, we make this unparalleled
offer: To such urn are not well siitislted, we
will send .1 to pay lor the trouble oi writing.
Full particulars, a valuable sample, wnloh
will ifo toeornnieiice work on, and a copy of
7'/i" People'i Literary l\mipanion—ol\e, of the
largest and beat family newspapers publish
ed—all sent free by mall. Reader, If you
waul permanent,profitable work.
Address B, (.'. ALLEN & CO..
Nov fi. in.—Sin. Augusta. Maine.
SCHOOL FOR BOYS,
FAUQUIER WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
■(M miles from Washington, 1). C, 6 miles
from Warrenton, Va.
TIIE session begin, let October, and
ends Ist of July. Pupils admitted at. any
time, and charged from dale of antra—oft
The locution is one of unsurpassed beauty.
There Is no more liealihtul portion of Vir
ginia. The wilier ol the Springs Is noted for
Its medicinal virtue.
The school is in the midst of a highly re
fined and Intelligent.community.
The accommodations are superior, perhaps
10 those of any school In the Slate.
The Instructors are gentlemen of ability
TERMS TER SESSION OF NINE MONTHS 1
For Board and Tuition 5275, payable onc
hull'ln advance and Ihe balance on the th„t
of February. There are no ex Ira charges.—
Address W". LATHAM Jr.,
Fauquier White Sulphur Springs, Va
Tuition alone $50—Latin and Greek each
University of Virginia, Aug. 25, -SOS."
■ 1 have long known Mr. W. Lutluim, Jr..
first as it student and then a. a taaoher. For
the business Of tsacblßgMr, L. Ims unusual
quullliciillons, both ns a scholar aim lor apt
ness to Instruct-tind in this I express the
uniform opinion of my colleague., with
whom Mr. Latham studied ot this Universi
I cordially recommend him to those who
are careful to procure the best Instruction
for their children, as a gentleman who nny
he relied on to do well and faithfully wbui
ever he may be willing to undertake,
W. H. MeGUFFEY,
Sept. 10, 1881). Prof. Moral Phil
MAN V F A ITU HE 11.9 OF THK
-_*r ____._• a" ___=» x* o %__»",
AND AGRICULTURAL LH-XEMI-MS,
AGEN'I S lor the Cliwux Keeper and
Mower. Excelsior Reaper and Mower,
the best -rein in-11l and the best Hay Rake
and Gleaner, which we huve selected as the
PRICES REDUCED TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Send for circulars and price list.
ggt.The Watt Plow received the hlghett rat
ing'ut the i/reot liet'l trial in Pennsylvania to
August, lsiil), nnd has procured more pre
miums and awards of iiierit in Virginia and
the Cotton Stales lhau any other plan made
In the Untied State.*.
April 16, WTO.—ly.
P-UJUB, HARTSOOK & CO.,
1341 Cary Street,
tJPKCIAL attention paul to the sale
l 5 of Grain, Flour and Tobacco. Agents for
the sale of Fertilising suits of Potash and
Magnesia from Uertnanr, und the English
dissolved Hone, warranted .I per cent.'solu
hlesuphat-i ol U ft ..._.„.
Refer to A. R. Illakey and B. C. Flannngan,
April V>, 1870.— Im.
BRILLIANT! NON-E_P_OB_VE! CHEA?
_OOR_ASK, NO 8.11 Kl.l. WIIII.K nt'KN'INO I
PA TENTED JULY, 1887'
MANUFACTURED IN THIS STATU ONLT IT
A. J a.I"I'III'*K & Co.
Sa. 34 Kins Slrret,
THE best Burner}, Lamps nnd L.mip
Ooods, on hand. Send for Price List.
e'e-All orders from ilo.donsvilln will he
fui tiish-d through Mr. L. W. Sneed.
WBST & JOii!*STO*,
WUOI.I-Jtil.K AMD IIKTAII.
BOOKSFLLEB. AXD STATIOXEK,
No. -000 Mala Street,
TWO DOOKS ABOVI POST OKKIL'S,
OFFEH im- sale a and well *e
lecte.l stoc. I.l' School. Law, Agricultural
ln every department ol Literature; aud
BTATIONKU. OK AI.L KINDS,
ef Foreign and Domestic t luiiulai.-lure, Ye
nian'i. Book- of sill kinds
using the bcsl material*. Initial .tamping
neatly executed with tha n>-..>! EUahloniable
stvie ol lei lor*.
_Sow Boofca received as sun.-is puhhsiied.
Books Imported oorder. uslcrs promptly
and faithfully executed, and at tiiel.iwe.si
.! h n nary 7, 1870,-t f.
Corner Main and lOili gtieet.,
11 I C H M ONI), V 1 It «. X I A
I.ATrWT ItfPBOV BMKNTB IN
STYLE AND FINISH KNOWN IO THE
BUY BALDWIN'H CLOI'HINO FOIi
IT is 'Uli. B_«t IN "OWN i
BALDWIN'S CLOTHING Q\_V_S YOJ
A OXSTKB- U'i'l'.AßAM'E.
YOUNG AND OLD WILL FIND
ALU STYLES TO SUIT THQM.
EVERY STYLE OK WINTER
CLOTHING AT BALDWINS.
BALDWIN'S SALES THE PR-SBXT
SEASON ASTOSUa AU.
500 SUITS OF ALL GRADES
HAVE BEEN SOLD
CITIZENS AND STRANGERS, WE
- HALL BE GLAD TO SEE TOO.
LOWER THAN THE LOWEST OCR
GOODS SHALL BE .'OLD
BALDWIN THE CLOT-IER,
January 21, iS7O.-i.iu.
F-II Oranges, Coe'ianute.&o.,just
received by J. \T. LANDRUM* 00.
Harsh 11. Hff*
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Peterson's Magazine, we will send gratis,
a copy ofour premium Mezzotint for fram
ing islzi -0 inches by 16.) It is called "Our
Father Who art In Heaven." nnd I* the most
clegimt engraving ever offered. To persons
getting ..p large clubs, un extru copy of the
Miiuuziiie will be sent In addition ; und It Is
us easy to get up v large club for Peterson as
a small one for other Magazines. Hut tea
the terms below !
Peterson's .Magazine gives more for th.
money, and of v better quality, than any
other. It contains every yeur, nearly 11KKI
panes, 14 steel pllllcs, Iz double-sized mul—
moth colored steel fashion plates, and about
1000 wood engravings—and all of this for on
ly Two Dollars a year, or a dollar less ttiun
Magazines of Its class. It Is, therefore, em
THE MAGAZINE FOR THE TIMES.
In addition to the usual number of short
er stories, there will be given in 187(1, at least
five original copyrighted Novelets, viz :
THE PRISONER OF THE BASTILB,
By Mrs. Ann S. SUphent.
THE SECRET A V IIAHIRAM'S HOLME,
By Mrs.,lane It. Austin.
KATHLEENS LOVS BTORT.
Ui/ the author of "Ethel's Sir Lauiutetot.
AN ENEMY'S REVBNQE,
By the. author of ■' The Second Lift."
HOW IT ENDED,
By Frank Lee Benedict.
In the number and heruty of Its Illustra
tions also, Pete-son Is urn ivnl led. The Pub
lisher challenges comparison between Its
STEEL AND MEZZOTINT ENGRAVINGS
snd those of other Magazines, and one steel
engraving ut least In each number.
MAMMOTH COLORED FASHION TLATES
Eacn number has a supurb double-sis.
colored Fashion plate.
COLORED PATTERNS IN EMBROIDERY
RECEIPTS FOR COOKING,
THE TOII.LTTi:, SICK ROOM, etc.
New nnd fushlmiable Music ill every num
ber. Also, Hints on Horticulture, K_ue«
trlanlsm, aud other matters interesting to
TERMS.-Always ln Advance.
One copy, for one year $2; 2 copies, 1 year
»4; :i copi is, lor 1 year, «>; 4 copies, for yea
S«; 5 ooplasl year, and l to getter up of clv
$8; 8 copies one year, and 1 to getter up o
club, .12; 11 copies one year, and 1 to getter
up of club, $211; 18 copies one year, uud 1 to
getter up of club. *_'">.
Specimen copies send gratis,to those wish
ing to get up a club.
CHARLES J. PETEKSON,
No. 308;ChestnutStr -et, Phitadelplitu, Pa
Ootober li., iSti»
13 SOUTH ROYAL STKKET, 1*
1.. 11. CIiAIIHSO.-'li
THE catalogue for this fail contains
the following ST jVEB for cooking :
IRONSIDES Farmer, Excelsior, Columbia
Continental, Planter, Prize, Amity, Waver
ly, Wm. Fell, Chnrin, Carroll, Cuok and
Miner; also, the Victor, Umpire and Porta
For Purlor, Hall, Chnmber and nininii
Room Stoves, we have tho Morning Glory,
Gem, Bouquet, ,_e.: alio n lull lot of Cumber
land Coul stoves, i.0., all of whicli has given
such entire satisfaction Air the past four
years that it la useless for us to say anything
except to warrant every article to pleusu ths
Prices to suit the times.
Roofing, Guttering and spiuting dons at
A genoral assortment of Tinwaie, Hollow
All orders promptly filled.
All orders from Orange and adlolning
C mtles solicited.
E. H. CLARKSON,
N r. 5, 1860.—1y.
R. it. fTaRTLOw! CONWAY NKWMAX.
VWWXCi.O'W A IEItHIT,
PItODUCE AND COMMISSION
HIGHKS I' price puiil for all kintl* O
Country Produce. Keep constantly on
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, *\OTIO*SS,
Hats, caps, Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Statlona
rv, Hardware, Hollow-waie, Woi.il-vare.Tin
Ware, Crockery ware, Coolcfng Stoves, Fnr
niuire, sail, Lime, Nails, Leather, Lump
nnd Ground Plaster, Ptruvlim Guano. Hone
Agent.fur Powhatan Phosphate. Raujh's
fßawßone Phosphate, Best Wh-at Drill and
December 24, 18.11.
f pill'* Advertiser is a first-class rTeek
A. lv, contiilning mutter of Interest totlu
Kariiier, Mechanic and Country Merchant,
and eiiren-l weekly report of the Alexandria
Markci and the Baltimore Cattle Market al
Subscription one year, (150
" six niontliH, 1 U0
To C'lubsa large dlacount is allowed.
Liberal com mission to A-cuts. None need
apply for nu Ageuoy except tbey can givea
resFonsilile reference. Address
WEDiIDHHURN A DRIVER,
Publishers, Alexaudriu, V»J.
August IS, 1860.-U".
SPRING AM) SIM* ER TRADE. 1870.
T4 King Street, "14
"THII. SUbs.l'ltX;r lias ju*t received, nnrl
a- having In.u_;hi at gold rates, cun atlonl to
sell at prices to suit the times, one of the
larecst,inosi varied and best assorted slocks
of Ladles', Gentlemen's, Misses' and chil
dren's Boots and Shoesever before offered for
sale in this market. His long experience ln
tlio trade has enabled him io proeuie a stock
manufactured from the beet material, and iv
% desirable and stylish ihuiiiu r, ninl on the
most favorable terms ; and, with advantages
in liis favor, he cun afford to sell as cheap as
theoheapest. Alargastoek ofHeevy Qoeda
snltabl. for the country, lo which he Invite.
the sixtf-ial attention of country merchants
All in wuiit will do well to call ut 74 King
street. Alexin; Ir'n. I
April 1, Hie.- :iiii. W. B. WADDKT.
SPBIWR AKD I'CMJIKP IMPOBTAIIIiN.
MILLINERY AND STRAW t.OODS,
AHMMIUIM', (ATOR *. CO.,
»3 and K3O nalilinorc Street,
IMP'ih TERS and Jobbers ef Honne'.s
Ti'imu.lng, and Velvet ril.l.ons. Boon.
Silks, . litis nnd Velvets, Blond*. Laces
Ruches, Nccs and Crape., French flowers
una l'c:,""rs, straw Bonnets and Ladle*
lints, trimmed aad antrimmed. Silk Velvet
and Fell b nnets and Hats, sit;.downs and
The largest stock of Mlllli ■ w Good lo
this country, and unequalled .". choice
riety, which we offer at prloes ll at will defy
conlpeiiiioii. Order, solicited, md prompt
February 2.i, ISTO.—3m.
E.J. M I \.\. EX, '
09 King Street,
A I. E X A N I) IM A. V I 11 G 1 "N I A
HAS IMX F.IIKII UIS VAI.I. STOCK OF
(HI>A, GLASS AMI RAM*HENWARE
TO ivhich he invite, the attention o
country merchants and dealers general
Call and examine his stock and prices,
which will compare favorably with those of
ultimo!'.- or cities further North,
li. loluel, IKB9.—BBS.
HORSE COLLARS, TRACE ill A INS.
WK have |u*t n Ived an i are ■
n_' tor sale Hie largeal and mosi com
plete ito ib . i Hors«ii tollan au I
arc bound to
yoursi IV. H. h i I i.O
J.IIIU.U-..' -'.. am.
\f Its. ia VK'S Training Bchoel for
I-" I'eiicliers, al Miidisoti i. 11., cun supply
teacher, of .very grade, and al prices to salt
employers. Addtess, Mrs. Cave, box 37, Gor
!-. iituary IS, im
WANTED, .in a.-tive mar.. In «aeh
counlv iii tha Slates, to I rnvel nnd take
or lei - . for Tea, Coffee and Spices.
To suitable men we will nive » salary of SHOO
ear, above traveling and other
-nd a reasonable commission on
Imme.liutt applications are solicited from
proper parties. Ih-icreiices exchanged. Ap
ply to, or address Immediately.
.1. PACKER .. CO.,
"Continental Mi 115,"..! Bowery New York.
| April _\ OOA—tL
JUST received ami for sale "» tiiish
!*r els prime Clover Seed and 5 tons tio, 1
PARTLOW * NHWMAN.
T.brosry 1, IW».
"QUALITAS NON qUANTITAS."
; DR. LAWRENCE'S
' HIUHU CONCaXTa_.TID rn'lD __TR_(."T OF
THE GRIAT HEALTH RESTORER.
K0 QUACK MlDtriNß- FORMCLI _«OOND THK
PREPARED SOLELY BY
! DR. J. J, LAWRENCE,
• Organic Chemist,
Strikes at the Root of Disease by Purifying
the -Hood, Restoring the Liver und
Kidneys to a Healthy Action, and
Invigorating the Nervous Sys
r This is the secret of its WONDERFUL SUC-
I CESS In CURING!
SCROFULA, gVnU-Bi DYSI_PBIA,
Liver Complaints, Chronic Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Nervous Affections, Erup
tions ofthe skin, Humors, Loss of
Vigor, Disease* ol_ldneysand
Madder, and ull Disease*
caused by a
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD.
or a Diseased Condition ofthe
LIVLR, KUNI-.VS, NERVOUS SYSTEM,
s it. thoroughly ekaoicates every kind of
Humor and Had Taint, and restores the eu
i lire system to a healthy condition.
Thousands have been Ohanged by tlie
I use oi this Medicine Irom Weak, Sickly.
- Sulleriun creature.-., to Strong, Healthy and
happy .Men und Women.
No Medicine has attained such a GREAT
, REPUTATION as tnisjustly CELKBRAED
J Approved by the Highest Medical Authority.
Endorsed and recommenued by the Pres
■ ldent of the Faculty ot the E. Medical
College ot tne City of New York.
Pbovkssob R. S. I-EWTON, M. D.,
Professor and President of the Faculty, lat.
"I'rolessor Theory und Practice" of
Medicine, Cincinnati, Ac,,
One of the most eminent medical men of this
, w ell known as the autlio of th. follow
ing standard medical works: Newton's
"Praotio. of Medicine," "Diseases of Chil
dren". "Newton s rtymes Surgery," <v.c, in
December number of American Medical Re
view—l'w 21S, says: - , . , ,
"Ainoui! the more recent efforts to Intro
■ duce popularly, some of tne new remedies,
we notice a new preparation compounded
by J. J. Lowrence, M. D., of Norfolk, Va„
' which lsfiiinistied to the profession and the
" public In any desired quantity- We recent-
II ly examined hit Laboratory, and became/u«j/
'" satisfied tnat ull his work is done in the best
f manner by the most approved processes, and
c from the best materialsi/iring as a result a mcd
, icine meeting the confldeuce of the Physl
* cians and the public
Koskoo Cures Scrofula in Us
From A, W. MILLS, ft prominent and well
known merchant of Norfolk, Va.
1,-q. 11 Main St.. Norfolk, Vi-., Sept. 15, 1869...
i iln I A.'"itEXCE—Dear Sir: Yonr Koskoo
' h.ts work'd wonders <v my family. My
dD.i-rl.i.'i'lias been a sufferer from Scrofula
sine"' childhood. She lost thirty one pieces
from her ankle, several from her arm. be
sides luivldg ulcers lv Severn' parts of the
body. Whilst in this condition she com-
I nieiiccd taking your Koskoo— it acted like a,
charm on lire: undent's usff the liters gradual
' I healed, and her general health greatly an
, proved, it certainly saved her much suffer
ing, and perhaps her life, I regard Koskoo
nspecitu -lor all scrofulous affections, tour
KoskoonlKOcurcd my wife ofdyspi.ishi, from
which hhe suffered greatly. Site is now in bet
' ter leallhtli'in she hat been in five peart.
With the highest regards,
I am gratefully yours, 4c,
A. W. MILLS.
Koskoo is endorsed by I he best physicians
everywhere. Read tlie.fol lowing from Dr.
Tiller*, a successful practitioner ot many
years standing in tlio Uld North Stute :
Rocky Mount, Edgecombe C 0.,)
September 10, IKGD. /
Dr. J. J. Lawhesci:—Dear Sir: I have
used your Concentrated Fluid Extract of
i Koskoo in my practice with lliehappiesl re
sults. I nnd it to be a powerful Liver Invlg
oiator. Blood Purifier, und Nervous Tonic—
In all diseases ofthe Liver, Scrofulous Syph
ilitic and Nervous Affections, In la v reine
', dy of immense value! '" fact, lv almost eve
ry variety of Chronic Diseases its use Is In
-1 d'lcated. Hoping you muy meet with the
success you deserve us a manufacturer of re
liable medicines, I mn sir, with much re
■neel Your obedient servant,
! P ' It. C. TILLERY, M D.
Koskoo Cures Chronic Bhru
Norfolk. Vn., Sept. 7,1869.
Dn. J. I, tiAWiti'.Mi'K— Dear Sir: My son
hat reeelvedeo muchbenrflt from your wonde/*
lit Kotkoo Mini. I cannot refrain from expr-P
--ng ray gratitude. I hud died almost every
thing without benefit. 1 believe, In all sin_
ceriiv, thai onrßo.kool.au Infellthlo __J|
edy for the -ItKensc Irom wnleh lie has snlwk
c.l, vi. '~ so for as I call [earn, has never fir """■
cd. li viiu only knew the Immense amount
of suffering thai he has undergone. Mien you
could conceive tlie value i .such a reniffly as
Koskoo—the t surely cures. Th. great a
m nun oi good t is now doing among us Is
i With much gratitude,
I am. resn.-.-i fully yours, Ac,
Ms. M, E. A. SEASON.
Read I i folk* nun Mr. Worn ble, ft
promt nei llarde ire Merchant oi tins city:
No ' Market Square, Norfolk, va.,l
October U. Imi'J. /
Dn, Lawkence—Dear Sir: To the large
number of tssttmonlals which you offer of
ti wren' efficacy of yonr Koskoo. I take
plead .em kddlngmy own, I MiU'ered itr.-iit
fy with Nervous Debility, Headache, Cms of
Appetite Ac rwo bottle, ef Koskoo restor
ed me lo lleuitb. Yonr. truly,
,1 Q. WOMBLE.
From Rev. W. 11. Christian, Pastor Din
widdle SI reel Methodist Church.
Portsin ml _, Vn., October 2.1, HCO.
This Is to cc; ... , i I know Dr. Lawrence
well. Heisagciill.'Ui-.iii oi cultivation, and
worthy ol tin- lull. Bl cnlidenee. 1 have used
Ills Koskoo with advintiige to myself, and
have adopted its use in ray funilly lv cases
of nervous debility und depression.
W. 11. CHRISTIAN.
FROM DR. LLOYD, A PHYSICIAN OF
Great Undue. Va-, October 8,1K69.
.1 I. l,AWiti:.vi'E, tf. D.—Dear SIT! I elieer
., i: iskon us helliu a most
ttlon Upon examination
mul '. I Und each tngredi.nl highly
x ,, mo ' progri sslv.
-i cd it* i.r
--.i | radio., and have no ba.l
-. .ii r ■■-■ii on. -ii ling it. I v i .pinion.
It is tho b i impound of It* elasa .vernal
before the poU-le—eaeeedtng by nu ul the
vaiioa.compounds of sarmaparllla, .v-c., ever
lnvenieil. It is a decided Nerv. Tonic, and
Invtaorator of the animal forces, Hieing di
gestion and osslinlluiioti. and thereby pro
ducing healthy blood, which should be the
basis of treatment in ill cnmiuc discuses.—
Hopl gyou will reap the reward you de
serve from the public as a benefactor.
I am sir, yours tru y,
After reading the above high recommen
dation. Invalids cannot reasonably hesi
tate to give the KusKOO a trial.
FOR ADDITIONAL TESTIMONIALS
From Physicians, Eminent Divines, Edi
tors, DrusjrlstH, Merchauts, &c.,seo KOSKOO
Almanac for this year.
PHiCE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
For sal' by tht Principal nrugyijts in tht
I'nuea states, ana *.ri'i*A dieeriea.
I April lg, W7O
JCattflrttm k (fo., (Tct.mnii,
MUST COME AND LOOK!
Our stock sonslsts In part of
o_v_vr_vr _____> aoo_3B,
Of all varieties. Wehaue added In addition
a full line of
The ladles can find at all limes many thing
both useful and ornamental.
Our supply of
nil and complete, embracing Cap an
Note Paper, Books, Poll monies, Ac.
We have Ladles' Head and
Family, Riding and Pocket, Combs, Cloth,
Head, Tooth, and Finger Blushes,
Soaps of all varieties. Colognes,
Oils and Hair Restora
Extra ts und Essences, Spool Cotton, Sewing
and Machine Silk, Flux Thread,
Buttons of all kinds.
Indeed we have and will keep everything iv
our line you cau cull tor. Only ask
for it. We guarranUc Rich
mond retail prices.
J. W- LAP.DRI~.-tI A CO.
April l, UN.
■* MX IP-9C-I A low,"
Ma. 1300 Dlaln Street,
WE are now teceivinjj our stock ot
Fall and Winter Cloths, Casnimeres
and Vesting*, and invite ull persons In want
of good Clothing to give us a call before pur
We keep always on hand a full line of Gen
tlemen's Furnishing Goods, embracing al
tho latest Novelties,
Iteinetiiber the old stand, corner of Main
and Thirteenth streets.
E. B. SPENCE A SON,
1300 Main Street, Uieliniond, Va.
October 22, 1861).
T HEREAT PIANO, PARLOR ORGAN,
.ESTABLISHMENT OF THK Sill TH
ESTABLISHED IN 1832,
IN WASHINGTON, D. C.
stories anil basement devote
- exclusively to the business. Alweyso
hu nd over led Pianos, new and second ban
running in price from 150 lo t_of_ 1 iuu
new and warranted at 1300 and upward*.
Sole agents ror teA best establishment*
the country. Correspondence soil cited. M
sic, Books. Catalogues and all small artlc
sent by mall. JOHN P.ELLIB,
New Iron Front, Sufi Peiinsylvavla
Avenue, near 10th SI rcet.
FALL AND WINTER. IMS.
JOHN 15. CCBTiS,
ORANGE COURT HO*HE, VA.,
RESPECTFULLY" announeei to his
customers, friends and the public gener
ally, I hut he bus just received the largest
anil best selected stock of
(lot lis, fTiMhMtm. Vesting, _c
ever brought lo this market, which he is pre
pared to make up at tlie shortest notice und
on the most reasonable terms.
Thankful for past patronug.;, he solicits v
continuance of the same, pledging hlmnell
for the future, as in Ihe past, to UM tile beet
endeavors to give entire siitis'.tiction.
Tonus positively CASH.
sm._ 1.1. m 1 'ir b **™ | 1 1 .,^"15,.,! t ;
*»"M7TLyTiiiu7i'S it valuable is l>e
»T eaneell contatne so much practical.
original matter in sueli small space." John
"The directions for growing Strawberries
and Rusbeiries are the best 1 nave ever seen."
Henry Ward Beecher.
We could glvo hundreds of Just such testi
monials, showing tlie value of thin little
work. It should be in the hands of every
person, whether the owner of a rod square ol
ground or a bun.lied acres. Tree agents
should haven copy, it colli..ills in pages.—
Price. 10cents, Fall price list, wholesale nnd
reiuil, and also terms to agents and those de
siring to get up 11 club for plums son! free to
all applicants. Parties ut the .South or on
Purine Coast should order plants In the sail.
Address. I'URI'V .V JOHNSTON,
Sept.B, 89, Palmyra. N. Y.
A S. GREEN. JA . H. OHEKN
„It ____". & BROTHER,
STEAM FLUMTIHE WORKS
S __.-3CT - 3VE X XiT-.-,
HA VINO refitted our roan ti factory
witli ihe most ■''T ■ | ' v|,
machinery, we nw pre- Ba/Lmmmmli
pared to furnish all liilids niMJ IHI jR*,
Cabinet, oillce and School
Furniture, as low us can be bought In the
Northern cities ofthe the same quality. W
arei'Jso 'wepurcd to do all kinds of suwin
Turn'ng 'planing. Moulding and Carving lv
Walnut, Ash, Pop'■"'- Oak, Maple and liirchi
Lo','s taken in exchung- for t urulturc. J
Junuary 14, ISO!).—ly. _ S
MARQUIS & KELIA'S J
MARBLE W ORKS A
STAUNTON, LEXINGTON AND J*JM
MR. J. 11. BOWMAN, our A..eiflfl
Charlottesville, is receiving and
constantly ou hand a
of Monuments, Tombs, nfl
mgL- and Coot Btones, .v.-. IVrs^H
TeE I in want this kl
j can he acc.n:i.ii..iliii«d nn s_|
_-"-£_ no!ice mul upon Hberul I'
T ~\i JL ■ Tne near proximity of l< >lfl
lotlesvlllc lo Orange und .'":■
__j__Li _—."_ cent counties, affords 1111 "ppifl
to the citizens of ilic-S
C-—-"^-"■—■•'eon 11 tics to obtain work as qtrciS
lv conveniently and cheaply as from nuyl
oilier point. We challenge a comparison-"
both as respects the quality und tcte oi
workmanship and the price of luuierial.
We beg leuve to refer lo Messrs. Hagby —
Stofer, of fli« Native Virginian, through
whom order, muy be transmitted. All we
Rsk is 11 fair trial.
June 2s, ISoß—tf.
J W. SCIUIINER,
OHANOE V. 11., VA.
r | _ETil extracted without path by
A the use of pure Nitrous Oxide Gas. Teeth
filled with neatness, gentleness __*___>_
and dispatch. Aitlflciul
inserted upon al' the iipprovedfl[ -^«X
styles. Hpeclul atteution paid**WW3_lWr
to reguluting children's Teeth.
Will be in Gordo nsville'he first Ihreedoy
of each mon.h. Satisfaction guaranteed is
January 7, 1870.
OOBDON .VILLE, VA.
TIIE puWin are Informed that 1 have
opened this house for the ocaommoda
-11011 of travelers. It is pleasantly sltttated
In a grove, near the Chesapeake and Ohio
Passengers stopping for a day will find this
Hotel a comfortable House, with good hire
and moderate charges.
Families will find the Exchange Hotel a
fileiisuut place lo spend the Hummer, there
icing a large shady yard for the children,
and the -bares for board being very reason
able. W. M. DUNN, Proprietor.
January 7, 1870.
""Till, late firm or FDhhuok & Movers
-*- having been dissolved by consent for
four years, those Indebted to the said Arm
will m.iKo iinin ■ liai.' p i.-iti-'iit, as no fur
Cher Indulgence rill be riven. Those -iinv
ingclaiim ,ii liuit us will pr.-s.-iu them To
payment. W. i-'IsIIHA.K.'
Stiiiiirdsville, January 2s, 1.7 U.
FiNE Cbe wine and Smoking Tob 10
---cos, Ci-ars, 609 Pipes, a targe slock of
Lamps mnl Lump Fixtures, Lanterns, pure
Kerosene ml, Glass, Polly, Paints, tills.
les, ...'.; also, a nice lot, of Paper and
Envelopes, Pens, Ink. Pencils __.-., I'.ir sale
at foir prices, by CRAVH.N A CO.
December 24, 1800. 1
WE are sole Aj_ent*for
valuable Bed-bug Ex r 'g
and Horse Powders,
ranted to act as represen ___p""iß_3^_f_________,
April 1, I*7o. J, W fl] flk