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VIRGINIA & TKNNESSEK RAILROAD.
' Mali trln leaves Bristol, 1.1 p. M.
Frcliht train leaves Bristol 7.30 A. M.
Mail train from Lynehb'g arrivw7.05 A.M;
Freight train arrive at. fi P.M.
Tenn., time 80 ro. Blower than Va. ,
EAST TENN.' & VA. RAILROAD.
Mall train leaves for Rnnxrilln 7.10 A. M.
Mail train arrives Bristol fl.40 P. M, '
Freight leaves for Knoxv'tllo 4.1n) A. M. .
Frelnlit m.'ives from Knnxville 8 30 P. M.
Aawoilo Cniun and American.
Tbo Nashville Gazette and Uuion and
Dispatch having been purchased awl
consolidated by J. 0. Griffith & Co
omea to us under the stylo of Nush-
villa Union and American. 'This is
cow one of the finest papers ia tho
South, and is furnished at $8 for the
Daily, Semi-weekly U, Weekly 82. Wo
wish them success.
Tlx Bedford Sentinel. The Bedford
Ohronielo couios to us under tho Btylo
of Bedford Sentinel, and is edited by
W. W. Berry. Tho editor is troubled
about the appcaranco of tho paper ana
hopes he will be able to bring it out in
aew type. Wo join him in tho bopo
and wish him success.
Our Street to be Liyhted.'We are
pleased to sco that tho corporation of
Goodsoti has determined to liirlit our
streets. The lamps have been procured
and are boing placed along our street sj
Tho Mayor is entitled to tho thanks
of our citizens for giving them light on
the subject. '
Bristol, wake up I else yon will be
left in the dark, and that will never do,
Abingdon Depot. Captain Fairfax,
on Tuesday last, located the new depot
at Abingdon. Tho new building is to
be 80 feet long and will occupy tbo old
site. Work is to bo commenced in a
few days. At no point along the line
is a good building more needed.
temperance. we lauo pleasure in
-calling the attention to tho proceedings
of tho meeting reported below :
Friuat, Sept. 14,
Bristol Division No. 1G, S. of T.,
met pursuant to adjournment. ' On
uiotinu, it was '
liemlecd, That the members of this
Division be requested to attend punctu
ally the next regular meeting, as mat
ters of importance will be transacted.
ICcsohxd, further, That a copy of this
notice bo furnished tho editors of the
Bristol iVcici for publication.
h. h JOUNSON, W. P.
Win. S. Saul, R. S.
Land Sale. The State Lino Land
Agency, of Bristol, on Saturday last,
sold the elegant family residence of
Capt. V. B. Williams, in tho West end
of town, including four acres of ground,
to Dr. Wit, Dclauey, for four thousand
dollars. '
Seymoitr und lilair. Mr. James
Salts will accept our thanks for a lot of
Seymour and Blair envelopes. They
are huudsotiielF t'olteu tin, with a
portrait of Seymour and Blair iu the
left band corner. They can be had at
tho l'ost Office
Copt, Godfrey oh ihe War I'ak.
As a warning to the evil ones who ' lay
around loose by night aad day, iu our
midst and beforo tbo. cyea of this com
tnunity, Capt. Godfrey has Ugaia been
compelled to resoit to harsh uicaus, in
giving bouco three white women of bad
-character a -coat of tar and shaving a
few locks from their heads. Wo trust
that this will serve a warning toothers
to floe the wrath that will bo visited
upon all Bueh base creatures, and that
bereafter all such will reform and do
better in future. It is high time that
rclorniatiou anions; these base wamen
eliouli fee iad. Wythevilfc J)i2Hitck.
iW (Mice ViacKMtituetl. The office
at Throo Springs, Washington county
has been discontinued. Tho tuail from
his place to that oflice bad to go by
way of Abingdon, waking t disttuce of
uiilo, whoa ia reality it had but
y miles t go.
Will not our citixcus tnako an effort
to get a mail from this place direct to
Kstillville and Jonesvillo. Those pen
le do tkeir tradiog with us, and a mail
from this place wouM reach tueui ouo
day oarlier than at present.
urMCYifwmtiAThe adjourned educa
tions! meeting met on Tuesday evening
in the Presbyterian Church. Nothing
of importance was done except to plaoe
Capt. IJrooks and Dr. Carter on the
Coiimiitteo ou Collections, when the
meeting adjourned tine die.
- How Stealing. On tho uight of the
' 'n.I of Ri nteutber. W. 1). Joues had a
tine borsi ktoIu from him. On 'the
fiinriin. of the 4th. Klv M. Wilson was
w B -
arrested two miles east of Abingdon,
with tho horso in his possesion.
Wilson stated that bo hud boon out
to sell bis own horse, when bo met
John nanselmati at Shores', three miles
north of this. There Ilanselman told
him tho horso had beeu stolen, when be
trted borne, it beius about sundown
on tho evening of the Srd. On tiiowaj
,n cuiue uti'U tho track of tho burse,
nuisued and captured him near Abing
. ilon. the thief escaping, lie then stop
pod at Mr. Colby's to get his breakfast,
where be was overtaken and arrested'
and stated that his jnteution was to re
turn he horso. . '
Wilson proved on' trial that ho slept
at Shores' houso tho night the horso
was stolon. The only evideneo thou
brought beforo tho magistrate which
connected Wilson wuu mo 'iicH-wns
the fact that tho horse was found in his
possession when arrested, Tbo magis
trate not deeming this evidence suffi
cient discharged him.
Trial of John Uantclman. -Hansel-
man was arrested and put on trial for
the same offence. J ho only evidence
brought against him was that of Eh M.
Hisoil, who bail just been discharged.
Wilson swore that on tho did of hep.
tcrubnr ho met John Ilanselman at John
Shores' house. Ilanselman told him that
Jones had lost a horso, and asked him
to take a walk with him. Wilson did
so, and when they had gone about u mile
they came to a horse tied thicket,
which Wilson identified as tho horso
lost by Jones. ' Ilanselman then asked
Wilson to take the horse away and sell
him, to which he agreed. Wilson then
took the horse, rodo all tiisht, stopped
to get his breakfast near Abingdon, and
was arrested, lie then stated that it
was not his intention to take the horso
away ; that bo intended to return mm
to Jones, but that ho had some business
up the country, and tbongbt he would
sell his horse and rido Jones' back.
Wilfon was then put through a very
rigid cross examination, and was several
times closely cornered.
A number ot the most rcspcctahlo
citizens testified that Wilson was not
entitled to eredit oh oath. There being
no cviuct.es leit njzainst liansciman, no
. . ' r. rT t f
was discharged. His wife was in attend
anco throughout the trial, and was
crently distressed.
Y hilo wo are pleased to note tho
orderly manner in which the trial was
conducted, tt hope thai in the tutura
these trials Will bo made moro public.
Mauy respectable citizens wcro unable
to gain admittance.
Robbery. -
-Tho Lynchburg Republi
can says, a
centlciuau ' named Wiso
was robbed iu Liberty on tho night of
tho 29th ult. ot 540 in money and S00
in bonds.
Too Kev. bavid A. Fleming died
ut Kinsston, lenn., on tho 28th ot
August, at the ago of seventy.
Graven. Wo have just been shown
a biitich of grapes grown by Col. Dunn,
of this place, that tor bcautv, com
pactness, Mid weight, would be bard to
excel.
Va. d Kii. li. 11. The Lvnchbure
Tiniinian learns that Jlr. Dorr, tho
former contractor on the,Va, & Ky. H
it., intends to place 1500 hands at
work on this road. The people ar.d
sub-contractors would be clad to tot
Mr. Dorr, but we havo no confidence ir
tho report. We think Mr. Dorr wantj
to get up a compromise ; Mr. Uorr vis
not the money to build the road,
aud if ho will let the, matter alone theio
is a probability that work will bo ri
Bunied in the Sping
Kolbery, The Morristown Gatte
says on Thursday last a during burijlir
entered th& residence of the Hev.lf.
1'. Summers, rifled the pockets of )r.
nud several other gentlemen in ''he
house, obtaining about one hundred ind
forty dollars in Greenbacks, thirty tol-
lars in money, a small amount ot silver
and a watch A young man naucd
Hums has been arrested ar.d eommited,
charged with the deed.
Our Tabla. Wo have received tho
following woiks for September :
Fenioroat Monthly a work '.hat
needs o recommendation.
IX'tnorest s xouttg "America a aiee
work for children. ' .;
Peters' Monthly Glee Hive, ' ami
Peters' I'atlor Companion, two nin 'Kal
works, tho latter tirruiigcd for the fute,
violin and piar.o. Publishing iuse
IDS J5roadway, Mew lork.
kcott t mon'.hly, from Atlanta, con
taing some interesting articles; anong
others, a goo review of Stephous' War
between the ivatcs. t
Maryland Farmer, from Baltinore,
one of the best agricultural works joio
tng to our office. i
bouthern Cultivator, from Atocus
Ga., a work worthy of patronage. t
A moro extensive notico of these
works would bo given, but our spice is
lituite-i.
Gold 1411b'.
iVtio A dvcrtisoncitts.W'e cal' atten
tion to the following new adKitise-
mcuts :
Dissolution of Co-partncrshh. II
GuL'treuheimer & Co.
John Y . Itogau, ot Uristol, with
Ilodses Urother, ot JJaltiiiioro.
n 1 ' 1 A . flit
Mate Jiine liana Agency ia ajen-
ev has jubt made a due sale uoticod eUe
whero. ;
Ilostotter's Stomtch llittcis. J
Dcmocratiu Speaker's Ilandbiok.
Uristol Foundry and Maohiiiu shop
Dixon, Smith ti Co.
Stoves, cano mills, grates, water
wheels, &o., Dixon, bmith &Co.
Marion l-oundry and Machine Shop,
at Marion, Smith county, Vs., G. Q.
Goodell & Co.
A tract of wood land in Sullivan
county, lenn., ft. 1. Mciiaualian.
'1 ho Piedmont lnstituto at Liberty,
II. A. llawlings.
New udvertisoiiients in hist issue-
Gaines & Co., wholesale boot, shoo,
hat, cup and truuk establishment, at
Knoxvillee, Tenn
D, ! Pavno & Pro., llooksolleri and
Stationers, Lynchburg, a.
DISSOLUTION.
The firm ot (. 1'. Cro-ieh K Co. is this
(Hy dissolved by miino.l consult. The name
of the coneeru will be iiird only Iu wind
ing up the bus'tiess. At! parties indebted
to the llnu are aked m rome pronipily'to
time and smilo with our Mr. Crouch, and
stvo trouble to thumsslves ail ns.
I'. V. Caoi'i ii
Jno. STKrunaR.
Tha bn-lnesa will bo horetfiar couduuied
In ili nania of G-. I. Croud). Ia retur
ning his ibanks to the public f.ira liberal
patronage In the he Would respoctinly
ask a conliuuaiit o of tho Mine.
Aug.SStf i- 1'. Caorcii.
MARRIED.
LTJTTKEL SHEFFER. At TTnion. on
SatuadaT the 22d nit. by Rev. (i. M. Massie,
Miss. Miemtrl F.. Shelter, of Wythe county
Va., To Mr Geo. W Lnttrel of Sullivan. Co
Tenn.
DIED.
ADAIR. On tho ilflth of August, at h!i
residence In Giles Co. V.. Janits Adair
A E IV AO VKR Tl SEMEN TS.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PAIU'NER.
SHIP.
The firm of IT. Gucirenheimpr . Cn. U
Ibis day tltsvilved hy mutual concent. All
debts duo by tho firm wdl bo nettled by Mr.
Obermyer. All parties Indebted to the
firm are requested to come forward and set.
tig with him at once or their accounts will
be given out for collection. We return our
thanks to the public for their patronage.
It. UCO(lENnKI.r.R,
J. Orkrmtkk.
I will remove from Bristol on the 20th of
September, and" would rcunest all uarttos
to come forward and settle promptly while
I am here. '
I also offer for sale one fine safe, one good
ward-nle, ooo good coal stove, and the
storehouse lately occupied by H. Gnggon.
tielraer t. ' ouereci lor rent, for terms
etc, apply to L. F. Johnfon.
eptll-3t J. OBERMYER. '
gTATE LINE LAND AGENCY.
WOOD, BAILEY & CO.,
General Agents fur the Buying. Scllim?.
' Renting and Leasing of
REAL ESTATE,
Of orcry description, in South West Va.
am) East Tenn.
i OFFICE AT
LftW OFFICE OF J. H. WOOD,
Bristol, Va & Tknn.
tsr NO SALE 1 WO CHARGE ! !
For advertising or trouble. Wlfhn sales
are effected, a commission of 5 per cent,
will be charged on amount of bales. Circu
lars issued monthly, giving minute descrip
tions of all property in our hands. Cor
reajonderice solicited.
J. If. WOOD, President,
J. A. Templeton, Secretary,
D. P. liuiley, Treasurer.
, eept 11-1 m
I)RISTOL FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
SHOP.
E.VCOURAGK DOME MANUFACTURE.
We are now prepared to furnish all kinds
f Castings in our line, and do finishing
w.tli promptness :ind in tho best rns-iner.
He have spared no pains in tit ing up
cur works, and wo trust our enterprise will
b! appreciated, and tlmt wo will be liber.
ily pntroniicd by the oiti.etiH of liivtol
tint tho surrounding country,
Produce taken iti exchange for Cnstiii"-s.
DIXUX, SMITH & Co.
arptlltf
Q'.TOVE.S, Cnno Mills, Orates, Mill Cear-
KJ nig, Hater wheels. Wagon lioxes, etc
etc., on hand or made to order at the
Bristol Foundry and Machine Shop.
UIXON, SMITH & Co.
" TAR10N FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
MARION, SMYTUE CO., VA.
All kiiKls ot Lasting.-) kept on liana or
made promptly to order. Wo have a large
variety of Patterns for ater Wheels and
Mill Gearing and pay especial attention to
that branch ot our business.
G. U. (JOUDELL & Co
septlltf
677. A tract of woodland iu Sullivan
county, Tenn., containing one hundred and
thirty-six acres, all in origtnnl growth of
walnut, eiik, poplar nnd pine, except a few
acres planted in fruit trees, G miles from
Iiristol, '2 miles from lilountville, half a
mile from Bristol & Kindrick's Crock Turn
pike. Soil is adopted to Tobacco, Corn,
Wheat, So.
Two Saw mills nhd one griet mill within
one and a half miles, churches schools and
shops couvinient. Price i?o50. 2j0 cahh,
balance in ouo and two years.
septlltf E. 1!. MeGlanahan.
TOIIN W. ROGAN,
t) Of Bristol, Tenn., with
HODGES BROTHERS.
, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Notions, Dre33 and Fancy Goods, eto,
No. 53 Hanover Street,
BALTIMORE, MD.
Especial attention it invited to their
large Stock of
J'ress Ooods,
Whito Goods,
Linen Goods,
Embroideries,
Balmoral Skirts,
Handkerchiefs,
Lncu and Crape veils,
English Crapes,
Shawls,
Laces, ,
Hosiery and Cloves,
Undershirts und drawers,
Muslin Shirts,
Hoop Skirts,
Linen and Paper Collars,
Ties aud Scarfs.
Sewing Silk,
Umbrellas,
Purasols,
Corsets,
And Notions Cenerally.
Being one of the largest aud best assor
ted btueks in the country.
Mr. Kognii will spare no pains to please
his many friends iu Vn. aud Teuu.
Sep. 11-tf.
)lEDMONT INSTITUTE,
AT LIBERTY, VIRGINIA.
FACULTY:
R, H. IUwuMis, M. A. Principal and Pro
fsor of Matliemallcs, Natural and
MoikI Rcienecs.
Lieut. W. P. Dickinson, l,rofe8or of Latin.
FufcPicaiOK SoL'l.K, of France, (inrduo au
Lii ee Imperial de Ureasonno Dep. do
L'aude. l'i ot'essor of French, Dalian,
Kuunish. DiawiriL' and I'uitinir.
r. II. Khik. of tlermanv. rrulcaior of
' Gi-imau and Music.
WUii ".oiupetont lady assistants. Ses.
sion opena the 14th of September. The
Institute is now furnished with elegant
new l'tauos aud new lumiture.
For Catalogue, address the Principal.
Beptlt-lt
T ACKEXZ1K BUOT11KR3.
i.M Late Thomas Mackei-zlH & Sons,
No. 222 BiUiuiore St., BALTIMORE,
v.tabi.ikv;!-n in D'25,
IJirORTEUSfc MANUFACTUKKRS OF
COACH AND SADDLERY
Cairiaito Mukei's, Saddler's, au'i Uarueis
Jt-iker'a Goods,
XiiU'kerr.ie'a I'annel Seata, $350 each.
FELLOES. Saddle Tree, Hubs, Spokea,
Sovit.a-. KnaniaU'il t .uvs, nog Kins,
Miei p SSii , M'ob inr-jjo, oumrr r uir,
Varinsli, CairiK Bo'.is, lljg L-albir, Tire
Rdis, Moss, W lie.-ls, Bklitiuir, lUmesti
l.,.,nlit r. Stirtrnii, till", & Alao, all other
Biiii-les pxriaiur.ig lu the I.Usiuuas.
eptll IV
BLANKS! BLANKS ! !
ULANK4 ol'ery deac.lptlon printed at
lii Oillee, en short notice, in a woik-niaii-liku
uianni'r, and at low prices.
BRISTOL PRICES CURRENT,
( WHOLESALE)
CORRECTED WEKCLT BT
W. W. JAMES.
Apples, dried, per bushel, $1 60
. " green, " " BO
Bacon, hog-round, lfiOlrt
Keef, f,fl(i
Halter, lHtiiti
Beeswax, ' 'Wain
Beans, white, , I f,0
Buckwheat, per bushel, 75
Berries, dried black, per pound, 10
" " whoitle, per lb., 15
" " rasp, pur U) , 15
Coffee, Rio, 24628
(Jheesp,' country, 15
Chicken, " 15fI20
Corn, 1 25
Cotion Yarns, per bunch, 2 1082 25
Cherries, dried, per lb., 10
Domestics, 12ffl20
12'
Flour, per sack, fi5
Feathers, fioeo
Fla. Linen, per yard, 25
(ienseng, per lb., 80G90
Honey, per gallon, 1 50
Ironi H964
Jeans, country, per yard, 7:'&luo
Lard,
Leather, upper, H575
" sole, 31640
Linen, tow, ' 20
Molasses, sorgham, ' ' 40S5O
Meal, l 25
Nails, per keg, 71
Onious, per bushel, 75
Oats, 3584H
Peaches, unpealed, per bushel, H 00
" pealed, " " 5 00
Potatoes, Irish, per bushel,. 40
" sweet, " 50
Rags, 3
Rye, ooal 00
Soap, country, ' o
Sugar, brown, 140'K
" loaf, 22
Seeds, flax, per bushel, 2 (Ml
" timothy, per bushel, 4 00
" clover, " " K 00
" evergreen, per bushel, 2 00
Socks, yarn, 30635
Syrup, l oo
Tallow,' lit
Turkeys, 40Q50
Vinegar, 25
Wheat, red, 1 7031 HO
" white, 1 00&2 00
Wool, washed, 40
" unwashed, 23930
" rolls, 60
W. W. JAMES,
Wholesale nnd Retail Dealer in
fares, aiii Irctaiise,
AND PUHC11ASEII FOU CASH,
ASD EXCHANGE VOIi O00DS,
AU Kinds of Country Produce,
JAMES' BLOCK.
Corner Main and Front Streets,
BRISTOL GOODSON, VA. & TENN.
WW. JAMES, HAS VOW ON HAND
aud daily receiving and offering for
sale, at. wholesale nud retail, one of tho
LARGEST AND MOST VARIED
STOCK OF GOODS
In this Country, consisting, in part, as
follows :
10,000 yds. Brown Domestics, 10 to 20 ets.
1,000 do. Bleached do. 12 ' 25 '
500 do. lied Ticking, 'lo " DO "
500 do. Linseys and Flannels, 20 " 50 "
500 ilo. Kentucky Jeans, 25 ' 75 "
200 do. Cassinette, 50 " $1.50
10,000 do. Calicoes, 8 " 18J
-AI.80-
Drilling, Fine Brown Domestic. Irish Linen,
Plain nnd I laid Mulin, Jaconette,
Cambrics, Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
Hosiery, Belts, Shirts, Shirt
liosiiins, Table Lined nnd Oil
Cloths, Ladies' Hoop
Skirts, from 50 cts.
to $1.50.
A IAHUB STOCK 0V
Boots,
Shoes, Hats,
Trunks, Railroad and
Carpet Bugs, Umbrellas,
Saddles, Bridles, Girths, Watches,
Clocks, Class, Putty, Nails, Paints,
Oil", Indigo, Dye-stuffs, Madder, Copperas,
Alum,
Extracts,
Logwood,
Cudbar,
Vitrei,
2,000 pounds
Hemlock Sole Leather
500 pounds
Uppei Leather,
20,000 pounds
Bushmig's Castings,
2,000 pounds Bristol
Foundry Castings,
30.000 pounds Carter
and Johnson Co. Bar Iron
Tire,
Wings,
Landsidcs,
Shovel Plows,
Moles, &.O.,
2.0U0 pounds Rolled
Iron, of all sizes and kinds,
Two-horse Wagou Boxes,
Screw Plates, Anvils, ices.
Bellows, Cast und Blister Steel,
Hoop Irou, Cne AI i His.
And Puleut Plows. &o
5,000 Bunches
liule Ootton,
Haw Cotton,
Carpet Chain,
2.000 Bui-bin 2 B
and 2.V Buahel Bags, &c, &e
VUJALL KINDS OF GOODS
Usually found in Stores in this County,
which he ia determined to sell
AT A SMALL ADVANCE FOR CASH
Or Produoe Paid Down.
Mcrohants desiring to repleubh their
Stocks are respectfully invited t examine
in v slock.
WANTED.
Wheat, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Feathers
Wool. Beeswax, Dried Peaches and Apples
(ienseng, Snake Root, Tallow, Butler, Dry
Holes tor winuli a lair pries will he paiu in
Cash nud UooUs at cash prices, nnolesuio
or Retail.
Bristol Goodson, W. W. JAMES.
Aug. 1 1S08.
IJEPPEIt BROTHERS.
1. DriiifKiftt & 4iotliocai Ion
One door east of the. Thomas House,
SlUX OF THE HEV MQIiTAll
Have just received and will continue to bo
supplied with a full stock of all articles per
turning to their line of business, sueu as
Drugs,
Chemicals,
Patent Medicine.
Instruments, Trusses,
Paints, Varnishes, Brush'',
Limps, Oils. Perfumerv. Toilet
Articles for tho Hair, Teeth, and Skill
Cigars,
Smoking and
Chewing Tobacco,
Braudics and Whiskeys,
Wiuej of the best and lim-st In und,
FOR JI L D I C I N A L PURPOSES
l'lll.Sf ItllT OV
Aud Orders from Country Phyiciaus satis
lsfactorily Idled
Aug. 11. tf.
tej' ALL kiaJs of Job work
ixccutcJ at this office.
neatly
Q.OOD TIME IS MONEY!
HKNRY C. CALDWKLIi,
WAT C H MAK E R AN D
II. .
JEWELLER.
Brintol-GoolKn, Va. P Tenn..
Repairs all kinds of fine Watches wiih neat
ness and care Duplex and Chronometer
Escapements carefully repaired and adjus
ted. Having had ' . .
!irc-Umc i:pcrloiif
III tUo. EIiinI ..
In tho principal cities of the United NtUe.
I nin enabled to execute work in good work
manlike manner, on more favorable terms
than it can be done for in any of tho large
cities; and I flatter mvself that niv work
for the last two years has rendered satisfac
tion to nil who have exteuded me their pat
ronnge, and is of itself a recommendation.
Thankful for past patronage, I respectfully
solicit a contiuunucu of the name.
WILL ALSO t'FRNISH
FINK WATCHES AND TIME-PIECES
Of every Description, from tho best estab
lishments, both in Europo nnd America, on
tho shortest notice ; and will keep, ns here
tofore, a woll selected nnd assorted Stock
of the best
SPECTACLES, EYE-GLASSES, &.C., SlC.
ALSO
Fine llinilian Icablr,
In laulil und Silver l'rumos,
Cheaper than they can be had in any of the
First-Class Establishments of tho Northern
Cities. Come and trv me.
Aug. M.tf HENRY O. CALDWELL.
MRsTctIEALlME'SSCHdOL
JJHJUiOL, TEA' A'.
T
MUS SCHOOL WILL OPEN
Nrntrtnbi- t. 1SGS.
And close June 18:h, Ibfil). The term will
embrace two Sessions of twonty weeks.
TVrnw per Seinixtn:
Orthography, Reaniiig, Writing, Primary
Arithmetic ami G'-ouraphy. - - 88 00
Arithmetic, Eiiglii-h Grammar, Geocrnrhv.
History, First Lessons in English Composi
tion. - - - . . . $10,00
Higher Enelish Branches, - . - 12916
atin ana rrench, each, .... 10.00
Music on Piano and Guitar, each, 20.00
Embroidery, 10.00
Contingent Fee, 1,60
No deductions made except in coses of
protracted sickness.
li-KMS Une-ball payable In advance.
the other at close of the session,
Having procured the a!d of competent
assistants, we are prepared to receivo all
who may wish to patronize the school.
H oard can be bad ou reasonable terms in
good families.
Aug. 14, 1868.tf.
CASH STORE !
BRISTOL GOODSON,
VIRGINIA & TENNESSEE,
I. B. DIBS & CO.,
iAim. 1st, IfciitiU.
NEW SERIES ! NEW GOODS ! !
ANEW SIORE BUILDING.
OUR patrons will remember we sell for
PAY DOWN ONLY.
3STO CREDIT !
Our motto is one prire lor "pay in hand"
only. One Store, Cue Flag ! No credit at
DUNN'S.
WE intend to work upon this principle
and no other, and nsk our friends to
test our prices. We can't ho undersold
nnd the pay down principle sustains us !
We don't profOBs.to sell at cist. e are
working for a profit by selling our goods
low: and getting the pay. We can sell
cheaper than any Credit House, who makes
Ins paying customer; loot his bills ot
crelil'. We invito all buying for Cash or
Produce to examine for themselves,
Our stock is made up of nil good. kept
in a mixed, mercantile business, to wit;
A I-W and beautiful assortment of
Ji. Lawns, Cambrics, Jackonttts nud
Mouslins; Grenadines, Delaines, Deba
ge, Alpucas, Poplins, etc.. etc.
100 pieces new styles Prints,
from 10 to 18 for best.
3-4, 7-8, 4-iJ, 6-4, and 10-4
Brown and Bleached Cottons from
'2 to the very best. I'aper Cambrics,
Brown, Black, and all colored Cnmbvios,
Check Muslins, Jnckonctts. Wiggins,
Book, Mull and Swbs Muslins,
Cotton Plaids and Diapers.
A FULL LINE OF NOTIONS.
DRESS BUTTONS rf: TRIMMINGS,
LACES AND FR1LLINOS,
NOTGUKD AND I'LAIN BRAIDS,
. COILS AND CHIGNONS,
OATES' Stafford's, Green & Daniel's,
J Clark s. and all standard Brands of
Spool Thread and all colors ; French and
English Corsetts,
HOSIERY,
Misses' unit Laoies' m nil colors,
HATS & CAPS,
BDMiSM, ill smss.
LADIES' HATS AND TRIMMINGS,
liL() KS, I.N ALL STYLES,
FOR MEN AND BOYS,
Boots and Shoes,
Of nil stvles nnd best finality.
NOl'APElt SHOES SOLD HERE!
Drugs,Oils, Paints, Dye-stuffs, Groceries
None hut genuine articles kept,
HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE,
SHOVELS, SPADES, AXES, BUCKETS,
FOURS, NAILS, CASTINGS,
IHIOO.MS, LAMPS,
Tanner's and Karosena Oil,
ALL and Look before you buy ; nud re
V7 member wo sell your Bervant or child
as low as II you were present. Wn invite
those buying for money to give ns a call.
WANTED: Floor, Wheat. Oats, Corn
Bacon, Lard, Butter) Eggs, Chickens, &o.
lor wiiioii we give too ruling nmrKet price
AT DUNN'S "BED FLAG."
ICP" REMEMBER WE HAVE THE
SAME OLD RED FLAG
AT ZDTTItTItsPS
augllif
TUTRNlTUUr! ri'HNlTUKE! I
Tho undersigned having permanently lo
cated in ln'istol, Inr the purpose ot carry
ing on the CABINET MAKING BUSINESS
iu all iu branchc, begs leave to announce
to thocitirensof lirii-tol-Goodson and vii-ini
ty, that lie la now prepared to ru i tii.-ti to
order any article iu his line, upon the moht
reasonable terms such as
WAKDKOBKS, BUKEAL'S.
SIDEHOAKIK, SAFES,
BEDSTEADS, TABLES.
WASI1SI ANTM, SOFAS.
CHAIRS. (fcO. kC.
All persons wishing any of the above ar
ticles will find it to their interest to Call and
see him before purchasing elsewhere-.
Ho n'so holds himself ready to attend to
the duties of an I'lltlt'l'tulicr. COFFINS
furnished to order ut the shortea notice
OLD F I'll Ml I lib repaired with neat
ness and dispatch. Merchantable P1IO
DL'CE taken IU exsmingo tor work nt cash
rates. ti. C, GALLAWAV
Aug l y
J. R.A NDERSOIU CO'S COLUMN.
Sign of the ''RED FLAG." "
LATEST STYLES
OF
SUMMER GOODS,
WIIOLKSALK AND HEX AIL,
AT , - -,
JOS. B. AHDEBSOH & CO'S.
1' ATEST Styles of Ladiwt' Fashionable
J Dress Ooodss just received from New
York., Paris Allicieimca, Silk Tismes.
Swlsi Lenoes, Challies, . ;
Miiamhiiiies, I'lahts, '
Swiss Olnilliilies, " ' '
Fig'd Jarkoncts, .
Ginghams, Lawns. ' "
. Brilliauti, DehilneK,
Low ns, Chiiitr,,
Prints, 200 pieces Calicoes, A lurga lot of
Jnckonet and Swiss '
Edgings, Fancy
, Kibbons, Ladies'
, Handkerchiefs,
Ladies' Hats,
Ladies' llonnets.
Skirt Rufllos. Cuffs, Collnts, Silk Laces,
Frosted Illusion, Corsetts,
JEWELRY! JEWELRY 1 1 "
Mn!onic Pins,
Gold Ear Bobs, in setts,
Ikinger Rings,
Shirt Studs,
Sleeva Buttons,
Silver Plated Forks,
i Tea & Salt Spoons,
MENS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Csimero Ruits,
Cloth Dress Coats,
Black Punts.
Fancy Fonts,
Marseilles Vests,
Cloth Vests,
Coats nnd Pants,
FLANNEL AND GAUZE SIIIKTS,
' 1) It AW Kits
Fur Hats,
Molo Hats,
Plush Hats,
. Wool Hats,
Panama Hats,
Boys' Hats.
. AU Kinds
. Of HATS !
aps, Boots & Shoes.
Of all grades and qualities.
MEDICINES, Oils, Paints, Dye-stuffs,
Kerosene Oil and Lamps, Chimneys,
W o ks, Plates Cups and Saucers, Tumblers,
Tureens Iiishes China Setts, Mirrors Limps
School Books : Sicrling's, Goodrich's, and
MoGuffy's Series, Latin Books Arithmetics
irammiirs Dictionaries Histories Taper
'ens Ink Slates Religious Works, 0 Dozen
,'cw Edition ol Fowler's Arithinelio for tho
Ttrade,
VIE largest Stock of Hardware in the
. Market. Carpenters' Tools Picks Axes
Shovels Steel Augurs Chisels Socks Hinges
S-idler'-j Tools Shoo Findings Lasts Hames
Chains Collars Bridles Saddles Mill nnd Cut
Saws Anvils Pump Chains Wheels Boxes
Hammers Hatchets
OA C(( 15AR nn(1 T"e ll'""' 20-m
))j)J nssorted Castings, liny rakes,
Grain Drills, The Famous Wutt Plow, Mill
irons, Circular Saws and Mandrels, Old
Anchor Boiling Cloths to order.
GHOOEBIES.
COFFEES, SUGARS,
TEAS, SPICES, PEPPER, SODA,
COTTOIT Y-A-ZRvUST,
harness, upper sole & leaiulr.
Machine Oil, Gum Beltings,
T7HITJIT Cans, Improved Preserving Huid,
1 Paper Hangings and Screens.
BRISTOL PRICES CURRENT.
CORRECTED WEERLY BY
Josepli R. Aniersoa & Co.
APPLES, dried per bu.
1 4u
TJnsettled.
18
n.'uoti
1H-.1'(I
3ou4u
75
08
15
10
24a -'8
15
15a U0
I. It'
1GV25
13nl8
12
4,5da,l)0
50li)
ilo
80a!M
APPLES, Green,
BACON hog round,
BEEF,
BUTT EM,
BEESWAX, ': , .
BEANS, white,
BUCKWHEAT, per bushel,
BEIHUES, dried, black, per lb.
do " whorilo, '
do " Rasp, '
COFFEE, Rio,
CHEESE, country,
CHICKENS.
CORN,
COTTON YARNS, pcrb'ch,
CHERRIES, dried, pr lb ,
DOMESTICS,
EGGS,
FLOUR, per sack,
FrlATllEKS,
FLAX LINEN, per yard,
GENSENG,
HONEY, pr. gal.
IRON,
i,ru
04JnO5
"o
18
e5n"0
3la:W
JEANS, country, per yard,
LAKU,
LEATHER, upper,
do sole
LINEN, tow,
MOLASSES, Sorgham,
MEAL,
M
DO
1.10
NAILS
ONIONS, per bus.
O.MS, -
PEACHES, unpealed, per bu.
do pealed, per bu,
POTATOES, Irish,
do sweet,
RAGS,
RYE,
SOAP, country,
SUGAR, brown,
do loaf,
SEEDS, flax, per bushel,
do timoihy, per hu-'RI,
do clover, ,
do evergreen '
SOCKS, yarn,
SYRUP,
'i ALLOW,
TURKEYS,
VINEGAR,
WHEAT, red,
do white
WOOL, washed,
do unwashed,
do rolls,
3D
2,00
iiOU
CO
00
u:i
l.Ol)
00
llalU
21
1 Di)
400
8.00
1,60
, COn.'lS
1 00
10
lun.'jtl
J 5
loftalf.O
10U.il 7 j
3-i
.'5
00
JR. ANDERSON WILL SELL AT
, WHOLESALE i
100 Bags Prime Rio Cotl'oe, 25 Bbls Sugar,
100 KEGS IV AILS,
200 PIECES PRINTS,
50 ' Pieces BleacM SMrtiii&s,
10.000 Yards DOMESTICS,
KENTUCKY J KAN KS,
DOZEN Hoop-klits, Psper Collars.
Buttons Thread BraidaGloves Spelle-
10
60 CASES BOOTS AND SHOES,
10 BBLS. MOLASSES.
WILL pny cash for Wheut, Oats and liye
at Marsi't value. Cull at
JOS. R. ANDERSON & CO'S,,
BRISTOL,
aug U, tf
SCO AU. Coffee, Teas, Molasses, Mackerel,
Shad. Southampton Purs Apple Vinegar
nod Old Dominion UnV.it ut
W, D. MINOR & CO'S.
Vig. 3("f Nirkel House Corner
mi: mijsTor, smrs
WtlL lie ISSfKO
EVERY FRIDAY MORNING,
la enlarged s'as, upon beautiful white
paper, and furnished to
Subscribers t II SO per snnr.ro.
For S'x Months, . l.f0.
Presidential Campaign, . - - GO
The Issues now presented to the people
of Virginia and Tennonaea are the moat
momentous known In the history of tlm
white- race. The aro civil liberty or elvir
death, the preset vMop nn-l protection of the
Anglo Sxon blond, or lis diulxiuie iih
that of a race unknown to clvihzit on, ex
cept umlor I ho fostering care of the whltn
race. Tho "NEWS" will present the
Is-lies (with others that Ate Important) t j
Ita renders, in no iianstionabla ahnpn. Its
circulation is now already enlarged, and
will be rapidly Increased.
For Vanh in Advance it Will bt PurnUht
To clubs of ten, or more, at . 12 0
OiherwiH),' 2.5
ISViRUni.T I AnVANCK.
ADVEETISINQ AND JOB W0EK .
Will be executed with the utmost dispatch
and neatness, Lsrgn additions have been
made to the material of the olllce, and the
JOB DEPARTMENT
Is replete with everything requisite for exe
cuting work in such manner as will compare
vorahly with that done In
FIRST CLASS CITY JOB OFI-FICF.S
soon as
Posters,
Hand Bill?,
Bill Heads,
Circular",
Legal Ulanks,
Letter Heads,
Bills Lading,
Wedding Cards,
Notes,
Invoices, .
Pamphlets,
Books,
Labels,
Vhdllng Cards,
Prolessional Caida,
. Railroad Work.
In fact, all woi k ri quired by tho businnio
and provisional nieu of this city and sur.
rounding country.
We bavo just procured a largo amount of
new type, of smaller s'iko thau that hero
tofore used, so as to give
AN UNUSUAL AMOUNT OF AKADISO MATTKH,.
Also, that iudi.-punsiblu adjunct to a com
plete cthco.a new
WtixItht(jton I'rhitliif 1'rcsH,
Perhaps the largest and finest of the kind
between Lynchburg and Knoxvillo. Tboe
addilious have cost us a large amount of
money ; but it will be tho aim and object
of the present editors to keep pace with the
rapi.1 di velopment of this country, so mm lw
blosed of G-'d, though olten caned by man.
Tho great .Interetts of
RAILROAD CONSOLIDATION
will be advocated, and every interest pro
moted which has for its object the building
of the missing railroad ITok between Nor
folk and the great valley of the Ohio and
Mississippi, the Va. & Ky. Railroad.
The course of the paper will, la all cases,,
be independent; and we are sanguine of
success in au enterprise Intended by every
meaua to promote the greatnes aud glory
of Virgtuia and Tenuessi e.
I. O. FOWLER.
SPECIAL NOTICE. .
ADDUES8 TO THE NERVOUS AND
DEBILITATED,
wuuse sufferings have been protracted from
hidden causes, ana whose cases require
prompt treatment to render existence deai
lable: If yon tiro suffering, or have Buf
fered, from involuntary dchargos, what
.iticci does it prolines on your general
health T Do jou feel weak, debilitated,
easily tired ? Does a little extra exertion
produce palpitation of tho boart ? Does
jour liver, or urinary organs, or ycur kid- ,
ueys, freqently get out of order? Is your
urine sometimes thick, milky, or Uccky, or
is it ropy ou settling? Or does a thick
acuiu line to the top ? 'h is a sediment at
tho bottom alter uwhilo? Are your bowels
constipated? Do you have spells of fainting,
or rushes of blood to the head? Is your
memory impaired ? Is y. ur mind constant
ly dwelling upon this suhje, t? Do you feel
dull, list lets, moping, tired of conipuny, of
life? Do you wish to be let alone, to get
away from everybody ? Does any Utile
thing make you tituit or jump? Is your
sleep broken or restlesb? Is the lustra of
your eye as brilliant? The bloom on your
cheek as bright ? Do you enjoy youiself in
society as well ? Do you pursue your bus
iness with the same entrgy ? Da you feal
as much coutidence in yourself? Are your
spirits dull aud Magging, given to fits of
melancholy ? If so do not lay it to your
liver or dyspepsia' Have you rent less
nights ? Your back weak, your knoeu woak
aud hut little nppctite, nud ycu attribute
this to dyspepsia ?
Now, reader, sidf-nbusc, venereal diseas
es badly cured, and scxuui excesses, it i o nil
capable of producing ft weakness ef the
generative organs The organs of genera
tion, when in pefoct health, make the man.
Did you over think that those bold, detil.
ant, energetic, persevering, successful busi
ness uieu are ulways those whose generative
organs nro in perfect health ? You never
hear such men complain of being melan
choly, of nervousness, of palpitation of
thcjitmrt. They ore never afraid they can.
not succeed iu business ; they don't become
sad and discouraged , they are always po
lite nnd pleasant iu the o?inpimy id' ladies,
and look you nnd them right iu thu fuco-
nono of your downcast looks or any other
meanness about them, ldo not menu thosa
who ke p the organs inflated to excess.
These w 11 not, only ruin thuir constitutions,
but also those they do business with or fur.
How ninny men. from badly cured disease-',
from the etlecta of self-abiisu nud
excesses, have brought about that t;ite of
weakness iu those orguus that has reduced
tho general system so much as lu induce
almost every oilier disease idiocy, lunacy,
paralysis, spinal affections, suicide, and al
most every other ill that flesh is heir to,
und the real cause of tho trouble scarcely
over suspceteu, au; have dootored for all
but the right one.
Diseases of these organs require the use
of Diuretic. H ELM itOl.D'S FLU I D FX
TRACT BL'CHU is the great Diurt iio, ami
is a certain cui-f for dibuascsof the Bladder,
kidneys. Gravel. Drorsv. Organio Weak-
ness, Female Complaints, General In-bil ly,
nnd nil diseases or tho urinary orgi'ii",
whether existing ill Mule or Fenialo, (- nt
whatever cause originating, Slid uu ma ter
of how long standing.
If no treatment ia submitted In, I
sumption or Insanity may ensue. Our t o b
and blond are supported from tlioo s it -ces,
and health and happiuosf, nud that if
Posterity, depends upon prompt use i I
reliable reined; .
Heluihold's Extract Buchu, otiiblisb -d
upward of oigliteou years, prepared by II T
1IKLMBOLD. Druggist, Pi4 New Y..ik. ol
101 South 10th Street, Philadelphia, Pi
I'niis. I. a 4 per bottle, or C bottles for
lbid, delivered to any address.
rXi Sold hy all Druggists evei vwher '.
MINE are genuine unless donu up I o
steel-engraved wraf per, with fao-similo of
my Chemical Warol tiuse, and sir nod
il. T, I.'IX'IHOLI1.
a.nR 14, 2m

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