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Drilling Wheat.
If noyb D) is aotticil lu aricuHnral
preaching and experieuce for tbo last
twenty five yeari, and advantage of dril
ling wheat, over broadest Bowing. is
ona ( f tbem. Ia tbis ceution wheat i
almost universally drilled in ; but amniig
our, auWribers in othor BX'tioos, aud
ebpecially iu the So'itli and vmtliwest,
broadcast towing aul eovcriuij with
with the eouiuion burrow i atill mostly"
in vogue.
la oue of tbo Agricultural Report
' from tbe Department at WasIiiuy;toii,
wure utatistics ff tlio crops from i very
Hcetioo are collected, there has been a
remarkable agreement, in uniting that
drilled wheat bus been fuuud not tn
nuffur ao much from freeing out iu
winter.
Tbis result from tli eeod being put,
in and covered at a greater depth th in
it cau be with the common barrow, and
alio bein cororel with m' unifor
mity. One t two peeks loss seed is
ulso required per aero ; and it lias ulsu
been found that drilled wheat Manila up
better at harvest time, from being better
rooted.
It ia difficult to give so avenge in
creuso production of one mode ovor the
other, but there aro few farmers win
would estimate it loss lb an five bushels
per aero, while drilling is often equiva
lent to saving of tho entire crop.
Orain drills have beeu greatly Im
proved within the last few years, not
only being lighter ot draft and easier to
operate, but have combination to how
both fertilitor ami grass toed with the
grain. Due of the best iu tbe market
was advertised in our June number.
In this dairy district tho ducnesffu)
sotting of the grass seed is hardly less
mipoi laut thuu tho crop ot gram; an t
owiuir to the more tr-0 circu aiiiin of
air, 01 more thoroughly pulverized and
mellow condition of tho toil when the
.drill is used, grass ueruiiiiit.t !8 more,
ipirulurlv and freely. hero uelds are
ploughed up as they are here, once in
eight or tea years, the loss of a grass
hold com lug in regularly in the rotation,
'is about us treat a loss and lueonvetii
unco as cau be met with; and iu tbis
couueetion may be mentioned a new np
pioved plan of liming on tho puri'ace the
fall auceteding tho harvesting of tbe
wheat crop. This atrengthuua tho young
grass roots, and ia thought secures tbe
whole beuetit of tho lime. 'Practical
Fai tiir r.
Stable Floors of GjayeJ, tw
and loai Tar.
Among the lu.iieiials of late recom
mended for stable floors, are a mixture
of coal tar with gravel aud stntio. The
manner in which tho work is done is to
take until', stones anil put mom in a
pile, pouring ovor the same tbe gas tar,
and then mixing with a shovel uutil
tbo stones are coated. These stones are
now luid on tbo floor and raked off level,
aud a sufficient quantity used to in ike
tbe floor about three inches deep. Up
ou this floor oourso gravel mixed iu the
tame way with tar ia placed. The mix
ture is elTeuted by putting tho gravel iu
piles and making a bole iu the top,
pouring in the tar and mixing with a
t-hovel. It in then fpread over the
Mioucs two inches thick.
No tuoro tar should bo used than just
Kuliieieul to Coat the atues aud gravel,
as it will be longer in drying. Tbe
stones and gravel boing laid us above, a
heavy roller weighing 400 or 500 pounds
is passed ovor tho floor until it ia per
fectly compact, and any places not
touched by the roller are beaten down
with a heavy anuul. fc'hile rolling no J
mauling is going on, tbe surface should
bo iti-ewu over with fine gravel or sun 1,
to take up tbe surplus tar, uu 1 sh uul J
be continued until tbe surface ia dry
eujugh to walk upnu and nit suck to
cit'i shoes. The floor ia rat proof aud
water prjof, sud baootnes bard and du
rable, making, it U said, tbe best floor
(.hit cau be put into a atable ; tho only
objection boing lue smell ot the tur,
wtiich, however, is boullhy, aud tu tune,
passes off.
We God the substaneu of the abovo in
tbe Vermout Hi ford, without uuy name
being given of the peisons who ive
tried it. We should presume that a
gooJ, substantial floor could be laid iu
this way, aud it has the merit if boing
cheap, and what every farmer aud his
workmen can readily do, without eui
ploying more expensive labor. It looks
practical aud is well worth trying
Utica Jfrrald.
L'oot-waUa in rural district, con
ven.eul to gas works, made iu like man
lier uro common, uud ot' gteat dura
bility. Canning Fruit.
The snodteU uimuou oi canning fruit
was furnished to tbo Mew York Far
mer' Clu'o, by Mrs. J'owcrs, of Oswe
go Co., Y. :
1 viil tJppo.su your fruit aud las
. cans are all ready. J. prutcr cans with
glass covers. 1 scald the fruit iu a
large l iu pan, with juiuo or water to
covet it. l'ul half a teacup of col J wa
ter into every can, and till up wnb hot
wut.-r. Now empty a can u.id (ill full
with the hot fruit, aud tlici others
Lot them Uud ot ti till the baud
obu be held upou ibeiu without huruing.
As soou as titled cut .writing papers the
siie of the cau, oue for each, uud when
fool slip one over the fruit entirely, uud
till up the cau ou top of the, paper with
boiling juioo, aud seal at one. Ladies,
try this way ; the fruit will never mould,
aud will keep ny time, if you dou't
cat it.
The papers keep the fruit from rising
to the top of too liquid, i'ui io is no
use of selling cans luto water to beat
them, or of putl og them into quilted
bags, it i too troubletouiit. 1 Ut toe
fruit shrink, so l tlicu lid up to itiu cov
er as close us possible. Ladic must be
governed by their own common aoiiso.
Men attempt to give directions, but
their wives have to tell them aud then
tucy ate likulj to forgot.
To Fii'E'i Fsi'iifc.s. W'l)i them well,
jiuo Mick . iio sell o iu ihr or tour cloi,
ui.it pi ic ia a crock ; pi ' uiM a pic'ilo tk
.'l'Oi To ona peek of peaches alio Ihruo
I'o oi.li of tuiiar aud nearly oae quart ut
ti'ar. Seniil suit our over three sic
. cvoia mornings AVirylutttJ Fttrmtr.
A New Jlulch for the Grape.
I find leached a-hes on 1 cut (green)
grass tho best mulch 1 cau uo. The
ashes gather moisture and repel beat
(by their color.) Grapevines thut were
tnuKthod at tbo commencement of the
drouth ore doing line!)', The moisture
extends not. only to the surface, but into
t'to gratis, (luuU'h.) This' has' been
moist since it. has hern applied, some
three weeks It is partly rotten, so tlm
tho fr.oiud derives nutriment from it.
A showr now would enrich this ellectu-
ally. Tbu this mulch is both protect
ive and eurichinfj, au i 1 10 nutriment of
aktii that is wanted, the vegetable nr
carbonaceous. A goial inulc.b in the
cummer, and a coat iu the fall of this
kind, is all I want on fair or even mod
erately poor soil, providing always tbe
soil is in a healthy, friablu oondition. I
also vaut clay to a considerable extent.
Then close pinching iVi the, gtart with
jiltuti; of mum on the trdtis, and if the
year is not a lent one particularly a
wet one I shouhl have plcutv nl truu.
A drouth like thu present, wi'n beat
unexampled, seetua a beuclit. rather thnn
a tiuri. Ann siihui i ct. wee set in,
here is extent on the trellis that gives
plenty of air and takes what sun t!,er.
is. I thus atu defying th:: drouth, utid
fenrlitiio more tho wet season, lint for
a drouth, cut grasi and leached usbi
tiro a relianco that it does you L'ond to
contemplate The ashes alro ere ti benefit,
manurially; it require but a thin coat,
so to cover well the gr.is.
It is time yet to Icncfit vines by the
application. I'irrt, mellow the sol
spread the crass sevrd inch'is thick ;
sprinkle wi:b water, aud apply tbe ashes
Vreeds or cardou refuses mo a cood sub
stitute for grass. -Cor. Vunntri (Icr.t,
rBTERHH UHO A U VM Tl.ik. UU V 7W,
MARKS, LEE & FRIEND,
ticcrsMr.-. iu MnitiS tj' Lee,
Gj e Ti e r q.l C a in ni i ,s I.q it,
and
SHIPPING M ! UC 1 1 A NTS,
l'etei'hnr(i fa.,
Oiler their scrviefs tn their f'rionils nrnl
tliu jiitlilic generally, fur .the Sate of all
Oountry l'roilnce consipneil to tlinu,
j 1 1 :n i p-i u Uriel attentiuu tothe itcst
interest ot those Wlio sell in their Agen
cy, and inakn )i-ouipt returos for all dales.
Ottiae atel Stureliouvu rt Junction of nil the
1'kkti'ieioK, nn i ai
jiiw I,. Marks.
nans W". l.e. V
It'retl FrieuJ.
l'ltsi'iei'l, mi l ailiareiil tg tho river
T.uuw
Jata us
AllVett
.July 24-?m
JOlliti RtJWL'ETT. N. M. TANNOU.
llOWXIOTT & TANNOU,
COMMISSIOX MERCHANTS,
Mo. VI tis 00 Sicfimorti fit.,
lVtorsbiir:, Va.
Solicit cuii-i'iiments of all kinds country
ti'o'iuei
' M.y
1. Cm
1$. "
KDBKUTbtlN & THOKNBUKG,
U) MISSION' MF.KCU A NTS,
Mo. 141 S;iraiuovi'. Street,
PETEIlSHL'Kt;, VA.f
Solicit. Orn.-.ii;miicuts of Tuhaceo, Cotton,
'Vlieat, Corn, and other lVmlaeo.
f Their uuilivcvl attention beinir ilevo
teU lo this business, they promise their ut
most excrtiout in in ocnritiK tho hest prices.
Cii aiu baps furuislieil at the usualiates for
wear and toar.
July 24, lyUR.-Ow
S. .1.
J'iuium'r.
A'. -V. .. Yuun3.
7. r ummtr.
PLUMWER, YOUNCr & CO,
Import ere and Dealers iu
FOREIGN AND AMERICAN
HARDWARE,
I'UTLEUY, SADDLERY, '
H AR D W A K E & C A UK I A 0 K M ATERI A L,
Also npents sn la of Fairhauks' Scales.
Ioatlier riihlier IJeltinp, Mill Stonos, Polting
(JlntliB. t iivulnr, 8aws, &c.
'i. 4. lion Fioiil, SycMunre St.,
Veterslmi ), Vs.
"J. E. V E fi A B L E & CO,.
COMMISSIOX ML'RCIIAM'J S,
Solicit consignments uf
Tubaccn, Wlieaf, Ityc,
'lorn, Khun-, tiotton.
Provisions aud General
Mhivbaudise,
Ko. 3 IRON TEONT BUILDISG
.ins. V.. VKNAHI.K. )
T. P. Wll.l.lAMSnN. IVterslturp, Va.
II. M. WILl.l.VMSnS, )
CuT.-pnii lence sulieittd aud promptly an
kftited.
M.y I,
M O.l It WALK LSI .0 it.,
CLOTHIERS,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
AMI llKALRRS IN
CKXTS' Fl'RXlSIUXtS (iOODS,
Mo. . Straunir Street,
J'ETEIISIU'IUJ, V I U G I N I A,
July '2 1, INoi-fou
A. R. R T C K E R & CO
Crocers&PioiEc.e Brokers
No. Main Sl Lynrlilmrir, Tn
1t)NTlM'M to irira their per.onul at
tentinn lo the stl'inftor huyiiiK uf ,l.ef
Tidiai.eo, Flour, Wheal, .Corn, live, 1U11I Nil
ut'ier Proiluctr, uuii inaUo pruuipt rolurpi
.mi aleii.
May I, .'mi
MARKS Ei LITTLE JOHN,
GENERAL GUOUEKS
AMI
fOWMISSION MERCHANTS,
ISO. (i Old iit., Opposite Sjaraoro,
J''TEUSt LRU YA.
AIT l I.I. atteiiil lothu alti of Proiiiice hiiJ
1 f MereliainliHe. of ever dosei ii.li.oi, ent
to their cue, ii ii 1
iil al.-o puielia.-v anv
t.oi.ilr. no I io their , . lie.
I.iliei.il Cu.-h ailvmiees 01:
hand.
CoiixiriiMi'iits iu
J. A. MAIGv',
l.ste of Aiiileron,
.Mar Co.
Apr i t bin
v. j. l.irri.r.jiiUN,
l.ul i of I r.i i, L 1 1 ii
Co., N. C.
A. K. FAl.KESF.U & CO ,
WVKI.SALE DF.AI.F.RS IS
Boots, Shoes, Trunks,
VALISES, SxO.
10(1 bYCAMOHE IRl.ET,
FF.TKKSllL'Iu;, va.
Eeuil Suire, .Jto. 67 Syrsjiiore Ctree,t-augll.tf
RAIUE Si JACKSONS,
WHOLESALE GKO0KB8
-ANP-
GOMMISSION i ETvO HANTS,
No. 10 Old Street, 1
PtlorMiiiiB, - - - Vn.
Solicit cotiipnnieii of Flour, flrnin, pt-n-vlniims
ati'l uuntry Fioilnee generally, uiel
inaks Cash novations tlierenn.
Prices onrri'iit forwoHcl n gulnrly tocor
ri,siondcnti'. Holer to Merclmn'.s nml Unnks
of Vn, aT 3 liin
xii, iionka.n, K. I. Im.WAt, J. 1. J' llssrox,
Mm & Jatasloa,
Gr.Oi'EUS AND (JOMMlSION
MEBCHA1TTS,
No. K'O yenmore Street,
' l'ETERSRUT.O, Va.
Davis, Kt)i i;it , co.,
W 1IOLF.S Al.K GUOCF.RS AND
COMM ISSION M ERC1I ANTS,
l'El I'.KSHl'RO, VA.
I'.TF.KP constantly on bsnd a large nn l
widl solccteil Stock of Groceries, which
tliey oiler low fur Ca.-h ol I'roduen in haiel.
Tliev leiy esiieeial nttention to tin sale of
Vhenf Corn, Flour, ajid ail kinds of coun
try prodnels. nr.il make lilvval sdvauees on
tonne when iu hand or receipt of railroad
I'il I of Lading.
Sacks furnished for Grain when desired.
nupl4.-Mi
JAMES & GOT,
GROCKltS ANU COM M ISa ION
MERCHANTS,
and AVlmlcsale Pealers in
DRY GOODS. NOTIONS,
CLOTHI1TG,
i Nus. Iii ii SO Sycuinoro street,
l'etevliiuir. Va.
QOI.1CIT consipmnents of Cotton, Tolmc-
Kj co, Wheat, Corn, Oats. Isaeon, Lard,
IJuttcr, Flax Seed, Clover Seed, Fruit, and
other Country Products, ami orders for
goods iu any branch of our l.ueineMs.
.lAJir.a .s. en.
may 1, Gin
McILWAlNE & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
ANT-
CoMissioii Merchants,
Nos. '9, 81 & 83 Sycamore Street,
I'ETJCItSBritQ, VA.
R. D. Mrllwatue, )
Frank otrs,
S. S.
Biidgers. )
Aug. 14, lRfiS. tf.
L YSCtlH UHO AD yl:li'lL!S'
JEW GRAIN BARS FOR RENT.
lo.OlM) Oram jl(aKsto Kent to our patrons
wlio wisH to consign us their grain, on tiie
lollowine terms onlv:
Jtent of )ia(rs fur lo days or less time, 3
cents.
Kent of lia"s for over 1 ! daj-s and less than
2U, 6 cent-.
It en t of Uaes kept over 20 days per day
1 cunt.
Ulic.-o terms will be stnrtlf adhere, 1 to
from and aftct the l'dh of June, JSCS,
Our chaises on Whint, I've and Corn.
stnle.-vi ordered to be pot iu Store. - 1
per cent commission. No ilrnvatte or labor
charged.
LEE & TAYLOR,
Grocers & Commission Merchants,
Nos. '.I and 1! P.i-id.TO St.
July lo LYNCIIUCKG, VA.
UFO.lIiUKCII. CORftlN WILK1S.
J.alv of Hurch Aclrrr. llt Jord Co., l a
Ll!i:':il k WILKES,
Grocers & Coimssicii lerctals,
,Mo. TO Mala M !,
(John llollins' old Stand;
1.'.;E1I51 IHi, - - - - VA
Keep constantly on hand a Gcncnal and
Well-selected Stock of
GROCERIES, STAPLE DRY GOOOS,
Iron, Nails, Viooilen and Crockery
Ware, &c, Ji;c., &e.
Will give personal attention to the mlo
Merchandise, Tobacco, Wheat, Flour,
Com, Eacott, LaxJ, Butter, Wool,
Vax, Trait, Lo.
March 20, lhGfi-ly a. v. u.
n.B.rAYNE, J.F.l'AYNE
J) B. I'AYXK k nr.uTHEi:,
91 MAIN ST., LYNCHBURG, YA.,
BOOKSELLERS STATIONERS
ANU DtM.I.HH 1
ww cAcmT cncMg
MUSIC,
rAPFB-lIANtilNCS,
WISDOU SHADES,
And all articles hept In a
11KST-CLASS Rt lOK'l ( )11 E,
w
TE feel confident in savin'' that wo
kcII en us c'od teniiH as nnv bono
in ilie Koiith. AH m-IiooI boohs ftiiio.ilied as
low as any other li.m.-o.
TERMS C-A.SXI-
apr Hill
Sain'l II. Mi Kiimev, Win. II. Hall.
I.utt uf M A'"o,,v Cn l.unrlil'iri, lo
Walter M . lt..v., M,hn co. , !'.
McKINKEY, CALL & EOYD,
i uO'jhita AXl Commission
VJT ME HC 11 ANTS,
till llli M 111114', IV'O. I t'i
1'iain I'ji mlitnuu. V,
Will niieiil inoiiintly to all outers am
eoiiiiiannienls.
Mav i, ly
LEE &; TA7TLOR,
n:U)I.I.Al.K AMI HMAIL
Or.OCEHS AND COMMISSION
NEW 1E0N BUILDING,
No. 1 1 DKIIMiH STREET,
I.vik lilting. Virginia
Will irivo parlicular ntteiiliou to the ale
of all Celisiiiiueiils, such ni
LE&F AND KftKUFACT'D TOBACCO
Cullii, J'i .',-, tluur, tin! 1 1 1
y.tii't, f'io-,i, o,tt.i, 7.'.', .'"ii'-.',
i;iii V'lUHtni lrtnli,',i (flu t .;lty .
Keep cousiaiit v on hand uod extensive
bsul l in t-ii t ol'
GROCERIES,
1)1 1'ollTHl AMI UoMI'sTIi:
LIQUORS, WINES, SIGARS, &C.
i'urtieubir ntteetioi, jiid to the sale of
Leaf, Manufactured, SmuK,iig and Chewing
Tobacco.
Sole ageuts in this market fur the sale qf
CiiIimiu's, Lack)-', Lindsey,s, While's, nnd
Firebnugli's
FEME HOCKIU'.IDCE HVE WHISKIES.
ALoiole agents iu this market for the
sal. i of Dopont's ltirle. Wasting, Mining,
rod other tnles of I'owdvrs.
Zf Liberal Cash advances. inade uu con
signments in hand when drsusd.
April 17, IHtiH, ly
'WJ.'yUtUl'.B-MIHlWllltf A'MJ1I"1IJI W yaStLuaMIWI SMI II
D
1 V 1 1 II. D I. It K ,
Formerly with M. lt'.sir Co.,
(srecrs-ou to clark rt.hr, )
cornaissicn merchant,
Fourtttulh, Uftuitn Mam uwi Curt ?rrrtt,
KICHMOND, o V1HUIMA.
Solicits OnnH-rnmonts of TOI! Aft '). n'l
kir.,t:ir,f nil A IN and COl'.NTUY VKt iPI'CK.
Alo. orili-rs for tho nti.jvo and all kinds
of MEHCilAMUSK.
Always a toll hu.ply if DRAIN II AOS,
anil IiIm'TiI Ailvnnee; innile in Tii'-h.
ri:itTii.i.r,i:s or mkiu'iiamipf. on
f.iit'i of i lii,iiieni. Pet of i-clVri'tlci-s ful'-
lied lion ieiiiirri. jnj; .'111 ly
D0MD1 k WALBROH.
'( L
.J
3'. 'T
in
W A TI E II 0 V S F. !
STOVE AND
TIN
121 Jn in ut , "Li ne'vurs. Va.
MANUFACTURERS, AUD
YV II O L E S A L E AN I) R E T A I L
DK.AI.1.K-; IN
STOVES. WW, HEATERS,
IIOLUl'A' AND TiN-WAHE.
HOUtiS FUEMLESQ G00U3,
TIN-l'hATE, HF.ETIItliN, ZI.M.', Willi
And all Goods for Tinner's opo.
T TOrSK-KOOFINO, Guttering and Ue-
J.J tiairinp, in City or Country, dune of
tli" ben materials, aui on lcasouablc term?.
Send for Circular.
npr 24 ly
VICTOR & AMBLER.
Wliolosjle and lictuil
L00KSELLEK3 Ai STATIONERS
l.'i Alain Street,
LICIIIIMIG, Va
School and C'lltfie Tuxt Hooks,
MixrcllaiiroHs. fstuvifanu, Lute,
mid Mcdt'cU Literature.
STATIOXEUY Ft 1,1 S MlOttL AND
CFI lCt i:se,
IU.AXK HOOKS, tlEMORAXlil'MH,
Wrllini; and Wrappii;; 1'npcrs, Wall pa
pers, H inilow Miane.s-'.oriiice, &c, tojjelh-
wiili nil poods usiaby kept 111 a lirst
caf-s Ui,ol;.-toi e.
rVny booV wanted, no natti r wIito. or lv
uhi in iml.lisl:.l, suppliel at lM'ISLISHEKS
I'HICES. Libeinl liicolUts made lo teach
cr.
The trade Mi'i:lied at Nirthern Wliolcsale
and .Vanuf icturcrs priee:
Oruers J rum toiint.'t Merchants
Solieitetl.
Apr 21 ly
the WAaiuiM mm.
JsYMIilU HG, I
1 " KINO the ownorof this vnl-.inblc rropci
J ) tv, 1 have lukeii charge of it ou lay ov. u
account, with a li'tcrnimatinn t making it
a FIKST CLASS lit H EL iu ul. of its de
partments, having hud it thoroughly refitted
nnd furnished so as to aeeouiiii'"date both
ladies and pentlcnien with all ci aveniences
aud comfort'
Tho table will be kept well Fitrtlir 1 nt nil
meals with , the best Unit the M.UiKET will
AF!;'0HI, ,wliilo the bat will be tiirnished
wlli the imrcst f LI'jL'dllS, WINES, &e,
and neither MirpasM'd bvnnv in YircinU.
Tho services of Mr. 51. F. Iliads e liav
been secured to take charge n princii il mail
aiier, nsisted bv Mrs. M. J. Cil bi, botb o
ihem Inth y capa'de of coin act ti,; the bus
ness of hotel kei'p'ii?, and biini' v.el known
as siieli, I can will o nmU nee a -;surc the pub
tic that iu patrf'iii..inp the lnoo-e, tiiev will
iiuve no e;iii-e tu enmpiaiii.
'1 ha oinnil us wll attend t lie Depots rep
ii 1 i fly to take pa.-M'i.yers up to Hie liou
ntd relian lliein lo tiie o-pots free of char;1
l.einr eentriiily Incited, convenient to 11
principal busi'Kss of the piaee, with tho
I'nstoltiec iu (lie builiiiiu; mul with tir
class iicciuiinodatioiis nt reiiu.cl rates, I
C'liil'nleiil iv i-xpeet a fa r share of pclroioi'
tiMin lev It lends aini the public,
T. C. S. FEKCLSON.
I.vvenr.i iKi, Va., Feb. luiS.
I'ul : inn
S. IV. VillMII.U. T. I.. JOUNMIN. j. t. smith
Younger & Co.,
Gral Chissm
t-pcciiil nttention jfiven to Suk soi'
t'OUNTH i I'ltOJllJi: E
Also A cents for the Sale of
LYNCIIill l!0 .MANI FACT O TOBACCOS
And sell fur nil the innutnctunrs here.
No. 141 main, ni;i:i;t.
LYM'IIHURCl. VA.
SPPX liefer to Lynchburg Hunkers, Mer
chains and Tobacconists generally.
April 17 ly o
I have nn hand
AMEKK'AN AN1 ITALIAN
IYIARDLE WONUEJENTS,
rJl? CLD JO 11. J2fS fiXii ,
AN ti
trfir' e.
-i
01 LVEltY L'LOItlP'lIOil,
To suit the cireuii'.i-iuiiees of nil.
1I!U Call or Address,
.. 11. HAltDF.SS.
J '.fiieilm rtf, I'n.
(i
uti.
ders by
tuition.
Mail
I, ii.li' l to wiili eutirn
T.nMS. CA-!!.J
npr TI ly
l". T. Liii iii ii.i.ii, Mii.i.iaii Kim
Of i'u-iiI',kii ii i .1. Va. u1 i. no'ibum
,Va
UTCHFIKI.l) iV KINlj ,
General CuMsiioa IHrcliants,
(At (It old S'ttutl uf McDaml (i Irby.)
No. 15 Bridge Stif -et,
LYNCHtiCRC, YA,
Oll' r their aerviccs to Ciclr liliiuils and
sud ilio public. iienoTallv tor the salu of all
Country I'roilu-o consigneill tu tbeui, prom
ising strict attention tu lest iutirjsis of
ol those who ell ihruugh their (tgoucr. Will
make litieral advances on hll m.leule artl
clea In store, aud will uvikoi ptkiupl retarus
lor ad sulcs. Aug. 14. tl
7 Tl
Is VJ
v
-,'un ili.t-
M. MOOHB. C. J. JONES, w. A. MIT.I.F.A'
" Otiltfi, JONE Jc MII.T.Ei:,
ii. tiKOCF.Ii;? AXI)
C01IVI5SIU.V MV.KCHANT3,
AGENTS FOR M.MOnKK'S
K11A.IK1.MC1C AND CAR'ltAl.M
S7IOKXNO TOBACCO,
DHALF.HS IN
Gnanoo.?, Bone Dust. Lime, Tlaster and
OEMEHT,
n. i ti jti ai mi.
Lvacmti'RU, va.
S'
TRICT nttention mvcti to the Pln of
LEAF r(!HAi:CU, and uil other kinds
t Conulry Froduee.
npr 2 1 ly
TO FARMERS AIJD SHIPPERS.
TTEill irivn speeoil attennoii to tlie
Y sn',0 of WHEAT and HAH'tl this
season, Imr conitnicsion Is J per cent, on
Hie same, and prompt returns in nil cases.
Ucler to t lie Lyncliburit IMerclmnts ami
r.aukers, and to our coiiniry frieinW.
YOl NUEIl & CO.,
1 1I Main Kt., I.vncliburc, Va.
June in, 1;S. 3m.
" A' 0 UFO L K A I) I I'.H I 'I SEM E .V TU.
WHOLESALE (IKOCEK,
And General Co:itjuission McroLanta,
Hi cV IS lUiwland s Wharf.
, N'orl'ol!.', Va.
1 AA nr.r.S. Family, Extra and Su
X.vUU perline Flour,
' .... ni. :.. i.-..: i ii..:. t?. .........
UU I I II, in L It 1 1 llllll I I 1 1 1113 ,,11.117,
20lll!lils nil p-iicies relioed Supars,
ultO Ji iirs liio, Eniiyrii nod Java Colfce,
lllOl'.lils and T;erces .Molasses,
oJil iibls aud Half libls lleniis,
100 do do do Mackerel,
,00' Sacks Liverpool Fine and (J A Salt,
2,tAH) .Sma.l liasTnMe Salt,
Jlli) Dozen l'aintri Fails nod Tubs,
O.titi'l i-h.els Turk" Inland Salt,
Ml Tons No. 1 l'orovian Cuano,
fel l Duxes Soap, different cualitie,
.'i io do AdamHiitine Candles,
Standi, tiraiu and Cronnd Spices, Mus
tnnl, inecar, Taper, Taper nml lleinp
Twine, lilai kin;:. Ink, nnd ninny other nit i-
es in laive stock lit lowes rates.
I'articular nttention j;iven to orders, wl.icli
when accompanied with ensu or tniti-fnc
tory lefercneeM, t-li n 11 bo promptly filled at
lowest market rates.
Suecial personal attention to all coniiirn
meiits of Froducc, Hour, Dried l ruit. am
with rompt returns. npr 'J4 Cut
ESTABLISH EI) 1817.
w. ii, liorris & sons,
Wholesale Grocers,
& COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
For the sale of Hotter, Chree, Flour,
Grain Lard, Dneon, Iteiins, Teas. Dried
Fruits, liotton, Tobacco, Guano, l'ennots
6.C.
No. 14 Roauoke square, Norfolk, Va,
Will nmko ndvances on consignment of
Country Froduce, andreuder all sateir
promptly.
Jlay 1, tim
1338- 183
I11E OLD ESTABLISHED
Molt Stove House,'
Cherry & Mapp,
(Late W. I), r.oberls Jr. & Co.,)
Manufacturers. Wholesale and Itetail
Dea'.ers in
'inn- Cf
T?
N, ii;u -r, utitl Khcot Iron AVmo. Uoiiro
ami -i King t. ootN, nnd Jrkor in
Metals
Norfolk, Va.
n: ay 1. Cm
B. T. BOCKOVEH,
General Ccmmlssloa Merchant,
21 Ea-t Side K"ii, k Dock,
NORFOLK VA.
Kpffiikkcis : Mercbau's and Hanker of
Korli lb; Vf. W Jaint-a, b:q., cl Urlstol,
Tenn.
Wm. S. SAUL, Sollcitiup Apent, Ilrictol,
Tenn. Ang. I L 3iu
FUIIPJITURK I
S. A. Stkvkns. I. S. Ambs.
S. A. STEVENS & CO.,
Johnson's Hail, Main direct.
NORFOLK, YA.,
11V Ctill Si'tritrf Attention to our
Fine Stock of
PAPER-HAKGINGS, CORICES,
AND
CUIiTAIN G-OOIDS,
I in- stock of the above goods is olio u'
thu inovl
coMri.r.ri; an i extensive
to be found South of New York.
t embraces all grades nnd the most llK
CENT STYLES. Our prices are us
Low an can he purcluito d in the North,
nn l we ninsi respectfully Colic-it a call.
We hold out extra Inducements to the
Country Merchants and can till orders ou
ihe must accommodating terms.
I rcit caui'kt
s3 I J l'AUTMUNT
AND OIL CLQTH DE
is on too lower floor
I our store boing "0 feet wuiu and I i t t
defp. and our Slock comprises nil gr:nl.-s
of tioods iu this line, Irom liin very ch' ap-l-st
lloniestics to tho very finest -usst':s
and Veix i Carpeliii , We can oil' r espe
cial iuducCiiiciiis lo merchants we will
sell Carpets, (hi Cl itlis, ic., as low us any
house iu I ho country.
YVuluve our fc.o;l i niannfacturcd cpe
peeiiilly for us with parlicular regard to
style and iiinlity, best suited to our t ratio.
Our stnclt of Floor and Tubleoil cloths is
the tiiivst iu this Slate. We buve constant
ly ou hau l nil widths, from 14 inches tj
J I feel wide.
Ol
VR Fl'RN'ITL'UE WAREROoMS
ARE
ur on the second I. our our main room
is the Hail, wh.cii is the hansouiest nml lar
gest in the South being l .'0fet long by on
I'ccl wide. There we uisplsy the iivutest va-
riety
HOUSE
iisi n rn-Mi'Tiinp
to bu loand Soiilli of l'hiladelpbia, and wc
guaraiilee lo compete Ml price, stylo and
t;'iulit of work, w.ih any lum.?e in lue coun
try. He ctdl sjicciuf notice to on"
rAJ'ESi-IIANi.JNti & WINDOW
Sli AUK I'l.I'A KTMENT.
Wo n in constantly tu receipt of nil the
newest sires both Foiciu and Domestic
I'npers.
ltul'l-N, rll-4'-l'l''lli, Mtll!N
Ol' (111 KiHtiN, t Olisllltlli)
on liauO or inal
id t'iui;tt.
01' It faeilitlcH t,- l usiiu-ks nre unsur pas
sed by uuy hoi-o ni lor North oi South
and we invite the attention of housekeepers
and llie trade to our csublb hn.ecl, as we
feel roi.fi. lent .they will not fail to satisfy
themselves lluthe ab. ye po.-.ds can be ur
cluselou as liii'il terms n at the N'oilh.
s. . v: EVENS A CO.
April "I th, 'oAi'ni Ni.iiolk, Va.
:i
Arthur Emory. Joha H. l'geitnn.
Of Tenncr,
ARTHU IEH0SY&C0.
EN'OMSIf, GKRMAN AM) AMFUTCAN
HAHCWAREp CUTLERY, &0.t
I7
West IlaltMiiore Street,
DAIiTI.MOll K, MP.
Y7 ATJTED AGIJTS
Aj" jt'X-li tlHUIIl! mi ll UlC
!g.; l.tx ?J.i:iliXi;. This .Machine
is e'lual to the Man. hud iiiihIiIiics in every
ro.'peot, and is sohl nt tho lowprice of $'.'0.
Adores .atioiiul i-ew;ii .Machine Co.,
I'ittsburRh, Fa.
11IIK11U1.MON SI'KIN'iji,
(in 'l':v hands.)
THIS well known W ATEIUNG TLACE
kiluatn! Mithe llolsori l!ier, in Scott Conn
tv' Vivcinin, witlun athort diiv's tinveltif
liiisU'l, Tenn., 'having thanked bauds aud
iindeliono the necessary ru-pairs, is
NOW, t'l'FN 101! T1!U RECKl'TIUS OF
i VISITORS.
rrl'Tlia deiii;hlfiilly cool nnd picturesque
locatii'U of this fuinoiis llemirt, its splendid
tisheis' nn.l elefrant iinprovetiients, rombina
to nuke it one of tho most attractive
SUMMKll JlU.MI'.S In Virainia.
-v.I!ea.itilull situnted. in die compass of ten
feet, ind in one liuudrcd and titty feet of
the main building, arc thefo famous
" -SJIiK'inl kjuiufis:
1. The Largo Wnrm Spritifr, a nnturnl
Modicited W a rm Datb, tuhsetvin all the
jinrpoies ol bealth and luxury, without be.
ui(t suiHciently lut-'h to jive it theusual die
Bjirecalile flavor of varui water.
. The Chnlvbeate.
;t. Tiie White Sulphur, poe?in; nil tlin
medical virtues of the celebrated liroen-
brier White.
Hjr" The scenery is most enchantin;;. fine
rides and walks, lovely strranui, and tho
healthiest location iu tho world. The rooms
are Iarpc nnd airy, and the Tnblo will bo
supplied with the best the country affords.
THE A.I?y
Will b eoiistantlv supplied with the
CIIOK'F.ST I.HJCbllh. CKIAUS, 0
A good Turnpike leans from liristol to the
Fprings, and a Line of Hacks will ruu du
ring the season.
iiOAi;tt$'i per Day; $10 ic
It eel, ; $:t!i per Month.
E. L APPLING k CO.,
Proprietors.
July 24, lSGS-tf
BAKERY! BAKERY! !
OPF03ITE THE TA. DEPOT.
Frcali Itr'd ovfiy lity nt
fi o'clock.
"TT.F.P constnntlv on hnnd nil kinds of
Cuke. Varties nnd wcddir(; I'nr
nished nt short notice. Cakes Iced and ti
naniented. Candies of all kind of our own
liiiiinif.ietore, Vli"U"-iik and lietail.
Nuts, Ilaisiiis, Fip:s, Citron, Shelled Al
momls, Currants, Frescrveif Cinper, Oysters
and l'it.e Apples iu can-. I.eiiion Syrui
and evervtbinc usually kept in a Ci'iifee-
tioucrv. Cive us a cull.
F. Kl hni:iit .t SON
April IT ly
LJNIt'sA L ES.
LAHD AGEHCY OF VIRGINIA
I)t II. Wct'fjANAIlAV,
LOCAL l'AKTNF.R AT
Bristol - Goodson?
rpilIS old. r liable and Mieeev-ful Ileal F.s
JL tate Agency has ci-tabli.-lied
A PEIIMANENT OFFICE AT
UlllSTOL, TENNESSEE.
Mr. Y.. Ii. MrClaniiban takes pleasure in
informing all pursous denirous of disposiuj;
of their
FAKilS, TIMBER or MINERAL LANDS,
MILLS Olt MILL SITES, AND
TOiv'N I'UOI'KKTY.
That hn will be found nt all times nt hi
otrico formerly Col. McLiu'f J Ail wishing
to pjacu into market their properly under
the nu-ipli-vs of the
THE
m scEf;cv of
NO' SALE NO CHARGE !
This coici i n has sold more land nnd nt
traded in, in euiieiatiou into Virginia than
all the oil er laud agencies. Il haj now ap
l.lieatii i.k I. ,.i i humireils of pi-rsena from'
nbrimd, i.iitesirc to purchase Ileal Estate,
'i C' ii'u . C) von that wu mo a live emi.
inn, usk l.'r, J, M. Iloilr.imi, lately of Wnh
ington county, I'tun., but now proprietor
ot a line iandc I Cstiue near llristul. The
lepufatiun of the l'iedmoiit Land Ageney has
been so tin, roughly e- tahlished that we deem
it nonet i-tai y lo miv aiiulong uioio at
liresent.
E. C. RANDOLPH & CO.,
Real F.slatu lirokcrp,
Ceiitml Ofliee l.vncliLui g, Vn.
l'Ol! KALE.
A 1 aro. in hullivn county, 1 enuossee, ou
reaver Crcol-. s:.x miles finm Hristul, four
uules hum Union Depot, cnr.tniiiinit it)
acres, or ui'irv, 10 acres cleared. Oil acres
rieli lioitiiui, biibiiiee well limbered ; bui
inc eonifortuhle. with tniilei and in-cessnry
oiit-lion.'. s ; i, good mid-site. Fiice Jplj
per acre; ine-thii .1 m cash, hnhuico in oue
uiullao years, with luleresi.
June 19-lf
A Tract of Woodland, sitcated In Wnsh-
ingloii couniv, aiHeven miles from llris
to!, six miles lroiu Along dun, and four miles
Iriuu a. kV Teiii:. Railroad, cental. is 0,011
acres in M-bjinal growth. Hood lue il ion
for a taiipeiy ; jjnnd iieigliherh I. Frice,
I ,,'iOIJ dollars ; uue-lhiid cu-h, balatico ill
cue and tw je,,rs,
June l!-tf
Five elig'tle lilILI'lNO LC l"S in Good
I miIi, on Viig.i.iu side or l.usml. I'nec Ii
to l''J 'I'd. ii, - one-half cash, balance iu
six no nubs. j
May U:i(. K. Ii. Mi CLAN All AN'.
lintel', atit 1.1JT in liristol, one aril a
half s'.oi'im high( three .rooius. I'rieo 4'Kl
dullur s fi.ie-third cash, balauec inilii tc nn l
HIX llllllllllN.
Mav ou. s,r:if. v., II. McCLAN AilAN.
Nu.'i.'rJ. A Farm in Sullivan county
Tenn., iiinoe -Ut 'el y ou llie II il-ton llivir
oi im siic I, i. ion Depot and In iindvd on tiie
lu. t by the L. T. ', It.iilio.id, iiiiH iuiU.
fro'.ii liristol, c Hitiiil.niL' "'Jt acres. A lim
lion of il is cleared well watered, wilh tine
water power, n ioo,i young orciinrd and an
aliuuUaiice ot iniibcr, l'nce tl,litl.
July
No. fni.-A Farm in hullivan county
Tennessee, 16 miles esi of rlri.-lol, on the
Simjm Roud to Knoxville, eight miles from
111 nnlville nnd the same from Kingspori,
containing ".Ou si ics, I 111 clt.ire.i nod iu
tuliivuiioij; balance well liiuborep. Improve,
iue..is, I lurge liwidliug, with bnru, stuldcs,
iLf. One ollierdwulliiig, Willi Stoic-house,
ktable Je. 1'lnce well aalered, uuuveuii-iit
to Chill cues, Kchool li,,u e. nulls and shop,
1'i'jee.; l,nisi f'j.tinn iadi, July
LEG A L AP VEIi TISEMfXTS,
V lltlll MA i At Unles held in the clirk's
ollice of the Circuit Court of I"1-'!!
Countv, on Monday, the MO day of An.
iisr, ii;t-.
Gabriel W. Asbury, compla'nsnt va. Jem
ima A'-bury de.tendant iu tihanccry.
The object of tins suit is to obtain a ,li-
Torce from the bonds ot matrimony, and
it apponrinjf from an affidavit, filed in tlm
cause that the dofendrtnt Is not a resident of
this Slate, It Is ordered that she appear here
within nni month I mm the iluo uhlicnt.on
hereof, and ilo what is ueeessuiy te protect
her inteiei in this suit.
A copy Teste.
Aug H-it r. n. sFJ'Kcntn, cua.
"7"Ii!(.ilNl : At rules be, i (. (
ntllcii of the Circuit Court of Tancwell
county, on Monday the 3 1 day ot' Au
gust, 18(58.
(iiistaviiH A. ncnson, ami r-anrurd 1.
Campbell, nierelinnls and pnviners in trade
under the linn nnd styl' of
Heuson Campbell & Co.,
complainant, . I Amended Fill in
nrninst
I Chancery.
Jo.-eph Harrison nn l ot'.i-
ers delendnnls.
1 he object of this suit is to recover of the
defendants a debt due by them tn the cn
plaiiiMits. And it np eai ihfr from nn arli
Ontit, lili'd in the cause. Ihat defeiidaitis
Robert V. Williiuns, nnd Charles Newbury
are nut residents of (his Stale, it is onleied
that they nppenr here within one month ni
ter the due publication hereof, nnd do what
is necessary to protect their interests in this
suit. A eopv Teste.
Aur ll-Jw I'. It. Sl'lUCHKR. Clerk.
A7"1UC1NIA : At Ilulei held in the Clerk's
office of the Circuit Court of Tazewell
county, ou Monday the Jid of August, lSiiX.
Joseph J. llrowu, Complt. i
aptainst V In Clianccrv.
John Cecil's heirs, defts. J
The object of this suit is to obtain title to
a tract of land, lying iu the county of li'ich
nnnn, sold by Jim. Cecil, deeea.-ed. in his
life-tune; nnd it appearing, from an affida
vit filed iu the enuM-, that defendants Hum
ucl W. Cecil, and Thomas Cecil are not res
idents of this State, it is ordered that they
appear here within one month after the due
publication theiouf aud do what is necessity
to protect their interests in this suit,
A copy Teste.
Aiigli-lt 1'. II. srRACIIEIl. Clerk.
"TJIItGIJiJA: At Rules held in the Clerk's
ctljce of tho Circuit Court of Tazewell
county, on Monday tho 3d day of An
put, J Stiit.
Witten Cecil, coinplt.
njrniiiM
George W, lieskins, nduir. In Chancery,
of Via. Anderson, dee'd.
and others, dekndants. ,
The ohject of tbis suit is to enforce the
collection of a debt due the complainant
from the etate of Win. Anderson, deceased,
and to subject any funds in the hands of the
defendants to the the payment of the same.
And it appearing from an nllidavit filed in
tiie cause, that defendants Cohort fhidtlit
and Jana his wife, Wm. S. Cecil nnd Nancy
his wife, Mnrinda Anderson and James S.
Andorou are not residents of this State, ii
U ordered that they opppnr hero within one
mouth nfter the due publication hereof, and
iln what is necessary to protect their inter
ests in this fuit, A copy Teste.
Aug H-Jt F. F.. Sl'KAf IIF.K, Clerk.
V
IRH1NIA : At Rules held in the Clerk's
ollice of the Circuit Court of Tatewell
county, on Meuday the :id day of Au
gust, 18ii8-
1'uter Catron, complainant, I
Hiraiiiift t
In Clianccrv.
Diana Jleinlricks Kxrs. and
olhevs, delcuifaiils. f
The object of this tuit is to subject the
real estate of which Joseph lendrick deceas
ed, died seized in the county of Tazewell,
tu the payment of n debt duo from tho estate
of said Joseph Heiidrick tu the complainant
am il appear.ng Irom nil aihilavit hied in
the cause, that defenUtiiita Henderson Hailev
and Lewis llvpe and Franris his wile are nut
residents of this Slate, it is ordered Hist
they appear here within one moitli from tim
duo publication hereof, nnd do what is nec-e-ary
to protect their interests 'iu this suit.
A copy Teste. i
Aug H-4w T. U. SFRAOlinit, Clerk.
VIRGINIA: At Rules held in the Clerk'
iitf.cn ol' tho Circuit Court uf Tazewell
county, on Monday tho Jd da- of Au
gust, lKilK.
David II. Ferry, coinilaiiinnt, I
ntniiist - In Cluincerv.
James F. liintiett's adinr. & i
heirs, defendant:-. J
The object of tbis suit is to subiect the
real estato of which Jaiueu F. Harnett, died
seiwd in the county of Tazewell, to tho pay
ment oi a (lent clue trutn Ins estate to t he
iiuplainact ; Aud it appearing from an af
fidavit filed iu the cause, ihat defendniits
William T. Lambert and Mary his wife, and
John II. Harnett are not residents of this
Stuie, it is ordered that they appear hei e
within one month from tho duo publication
hereof, and do what is lun-cs-ary to iirolect
their interests in this suit.
A copy Teste.
Aug 11-Iw 1. R. SF R ACUI'.R, Clerk.
VIROINIA : At l'.ulvs held in the Clerk's
ollice of tho Circuit Court of Tazewell
county, on Monday the i I day of Au
gust, 'l HUH. S.
Joseph Ilarrisou, complt,
lii'anist In (.liaucery.
Will'a:n S. Moores' widovr &
others, defjiidams.
The object of this nut is to obtain ,'tle tn
a tract of land, lying in tbe coi.uty of Tare-
nil, sold bv William S. Moure, ill I'H Mt-
time, 1 1 John C. Ilanisson, iu his life-tiiK-.
And It appearing, by nn nbid ivil foe. I in II"
cause, tli, it defendants Folly JI -e, wio, , ,
and James 1- Moure, Willinm Moore, John
Moore, ticoro Moore, Saruh A, Taylor, Da
vid Moore late Sarah A Moore others whose
name ure ul. known, heirs, at law, of the
.aid William S. Moore deceased, aro not res
idents of the State of Virginia, it is ordered
that they nppenr here within oi:o month al
ter the duu publioiitiuu hereof, and do what
is necessary to protect their interests in
this suit. A copy Teste.
Aug H-lff I'j It, Sl'IIACIIER. Cork.
T riRCil.N'I A
At. Rules held III the Clerk's
Y olliee of the Circuit Courl nl'
Tn.ow ell
county, on
Monday the !li it i V of Au-
gust, lUliX.
Saiiiuel M- Ilosenbauin and .Michael R)
ciibaiiin. merrhatits nn 1 partners in trs.h'
uiider the hi in and style ot
S. M. M. ltoseiibauin, cum-
p'.aiuar.ts i
against In ('linne. ry
Henry T l eery nnd other
defendants. J
The o'-ject of this mil Is loiceovir from
the de' n. hints Henry T. I'eery and F. F
Spoils, h debt due coiiiphiiiials, hicI ' '
subject any funds of del', u l nil Feery in ' ' '
hands of ileteiidiint Jouall.au Smith, to In
payment of lh suiie. And it ajipeai iv
from nu nlbibivvt filed iu the cnue li nt, tin'
del'eiubiiit, Henry T. I'eery is not n'.i h ui
of this Statu, it is orderud that hi.pp' H
here wllhin one lii'i iib after due pnblii ,ii n "
here if, an I lo w lir.t is urvKsary In prut"'1
hi.i interest in ibis -lilt.
A copy Tctle.
Aug 1 1 if F. R. SFRACIILK, Cleik
ttr ALL UinJs of Job work
r xecutcil at (Lis ollice.
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