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BRISTOL NEW S
TUESDAY, APRIL- 14. 1874.
VRRIVAL and DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. I
ATLIVTIC, HIS. .CH.O R. B.
Wt-shinj'ton Time.
rAsKXflER Trains:
Lt. Lrnchburg 5 5PM d 4 35 a m .
.rriwe at Uri-tol 4 40 A M 4 15 P M.
u. uri-toi a
Arrive at Ljnchb'g 10 27 P u 7 50 A M.
Frkight :
Arrire t Bristol
Leavei "
4 05 a m. 3 43 r v
5 00 a u.
r. T. Tl. and CA. R. R.
Nashville Time.
pABBKKcr.it Traiks:
L-. Brietol 4 30 a m ind 4 05 p u.
Mling Knoxville 1 1 27 a k 10 56 P u.
Arrire in Chattanooga 5 40 p H & 5 a m.
I.ve Chattanooga 5 40 a m & 10 10 P m.
Passine Knoxville 1 1 40 A M & 4 04 A M.
Arrive in Bristol 7 3 P M i 10 55 a M.
FF5ICHT TBAlKflt
Laavci Briatol 5 15 a M & 2 30 PM.
Arrives at Bristol 7 bbruLZ 50 am.
Our Acents.
The following gentlemen will act
M our Agents, and are authorized to
procure and receipt for subscriptions
and other business In our name.
Tazewell C. II. Va., II. C. Aldorson.
Lebanon Va., Capt. J. W. Mc
liroom. CLUB RATES.
We will club the Kcw with the fol
lowing Periodicals at the following
prices for the two :
Houthern Cultivator, $3.50
Ifftrnpr's Macstzine. 5.00
Hcribner's Magazine,
rjedey'a Lady's Book,
Demorest's Magazine,
JUackwood,
- 5.00
- 4.50
- 4.50
- 5.00
- COO
- 6.00
Eclectic Magazine,
The Aldine,
jsiCash iu advance, lu all cases.
'ow is the time to subscribe for 1S64
A fine harness horse for sale. Ap
ply at this ofllca. Dec 23 tf.
Announcement.
We are authorized to announce
Jamcs P. Kaii:r a candidate for re
flection to the office of Clerk of the
County Court of Sullivan County.
Machine. Messrs. Whitten & Cow
an are agents for the sale of Russells'
Threshers and Clean re, and for Mow-
js, Keepers and Horse Kak ex. Par
ties in need of these great civilizers
of the world will apply to them. They
will poon CFtablirh a house for their
wile in liribtol.
Xcie Goods. Mr. W. W. Davis, of
Davis fc McFarlaud, has returned from
New York, and these gentlemen are
now receiving and openii.g a most at
tractive stock of new goods, selected
for the Spring and Summer market.
Th". Front and (he Fruit. Lat
Saturday morning nt C o'clock the
mercury stood at. 30. and the face of
nt tun was covered with a frobt which,
niiht have been gathered up like
unow. Ice was viable in many places
mil the ground was frozen. Little
Lope was at II ret entertained that the
peach crop had MifTercd let-s than tota
1 -truction, hut nt present the indica
tions are otherwise. A large portion
oHhis fruit is yet alive, but it cannot
jrt he told whether the injury may
not cause it to be t-hed prior to lie
season at which it should mature, our
opinion is thai t'; ;e will Le quite a
fair peach crop.
Ah Enterprise, (o Boant of. We
take pleasure in calling attention to
the new advertising of Messrs. Grubbs
A Datoii, because we are able to say
rniphatically that their business is
worthy of being advertised. We have
been shown a new wagon put up and
finished by them, which is fully the
rqual, both in quality and finish, of
the finest work heretofore imported
Irotn Michigan. Of course they sold it
nt once an sold it for Cash. If these
pentleruen will continue to put such
wsgous on the market they might as
well prepare to enlarge their business
or much of it will be wanted, and the
importation of wagons to this point
ir.ay be regarded as ended.
Double Business. Messrs. W. N.
Keller & Co., are preparing to open
another Tin aud Stove House in our
town Their present establishment is
on the Ten n. side of our main Street,
mid about the 1st of May next, they
xpect to open, on tho Va. side one
erpjally as large. They will constant
ly run into the country, a number of
wagons. Mr. V. P. Ilrewer will keep
the books of the two concerns. Mr.
Keller has had many years of valua
ble experience in the business, and
eft on last evening for the cities, to
purchase stock for the new house.
Mr. Brewer has no superior in the
country, as a book keeper, and ac
countant. Bristol Woolen PI ill.
Mr. C. II. Lewis returned a few
days since, from Ilhode Island, where
he purchased three large new Carding
Machines, one large Picker, two Jacks
f IXX) spindles each, a card Grinder,
"wool Duster, one Gig for rapping
cloth, five Looms, one Card Lathe,
me Spooler, one Reel, one Fulling
ilill, four latest improved Looms, one
i-iad Loom, Shears and all necessary
'otrpanimenta, and auxiliaries for
. 1 .
'ceeomplete conducting of bis oo;-
f Factory. These are al 1 of the most
'proved and excellont character now
known in the world.
Mr. Win. Brock band, formerly of
Connecticut, but more recently of Wis
nsin, has arrived, and will take gen"
ral oversight ot the machinery.
tor. Lewis has now the finest ma
Cillery known, and proposes to do
lu best character of work, and will be
eady lo reccived wool, against the
toidlle of May. The machinery, to
Knhor with a large improved Turbine
ater Weel, will soon arrive by
llt and the work, yet unfinished,
1 l,e pushed rapidly to completion
at the factory will be iu operation
'Usaiut the lit of June nest.
FIRE OX MAIN STREET.
Burning of Kane's Block.
Los $8,000.
This morning at half past one
o'clock Kane's building and the
dwelling west of it and owned by Mr.
Burson were destroyed by fire. The
former was a large two story framed
house with ell and covered with tin.
The latter was an 18x30 two story
framed and shingled building. The
fire seems to have originated in the
ell of the Kane building and ulien
discovered the flames were climbiujr
from the ell to the main building. An
immense number of people gathered
at the locality, and wheD Mr. Timber
lake was aroused bo barely escaped
from the burning building. Ilis entire
stock was consumed but is covered by
a policy of $3,000 in the Lynchburg
Insurance and Banking Company, I.
C. Fowler, Agent. Mrs. Scales in
the same building, had just opened
her new stock of Millinery, but saved
it all, Dr. Scales lost most of bis
dental instruments, but saved his
dental engine. Mrs, Dallahite and
and Mr. Teter's family saved their
property in the Burson building.
Messrs. I. B. Dunn & Co,, removed
their entire stock, Erst packing it
carefully, Col. Lynch acted with ads
mirable coolness, organized a force and
a guard, closed the Iront and carried
their goods to the rear . Some par
ties succeeded in breaking open the
front and carried some of the goods
to Mr. llohr's. Their damage is much
more then covered by insurance in
the Seaboard. Albemarle and City of
Richmond. The citizens acted no
bly, were well organized or Dunn's
store would have gone. It caught
several times and was extinguished,
Mr. Timberlakes loss is not known
yet. Mr, Kane losses about $3,000
Mr. Burson about $2,000.
Message from Mr. Barker. Mr.
J. M. Barker started North yeterday eve
ning to purcli&Fe stocks for liis Stores in
Bristol, at Kinderhook, and at Johnson City,
aud says that on bia return, his prices trill
startle the world.
Accident. Mr. Thomas Ensor, fell
from the porch of Dr. Jno. Engor, his son,
last night during the fire alarm, an:l when
ihscovereJ tsomo time afterward, wan inten?
sille. He ha. apparently recovcied.
Sold. Mr. W-n. M. Burrow has
sold his stock of Pictures, Photographs
Alliums, tc, to Prof. Smith
and will not in the future, keep for
sale, any of said goods.
The Great Southern Menagerie
and Circus.
There seems tobe no falling off in
the croa-di that visit the above m ini,
moth exhibition, . If anything, the
attendance has increased at each
successive performance. This is not
to be wondered at when it is known
tint the entert linment offered is one
of the host Sr.. Louis has seen for
many a clay. In every department
t'ni; axhibition is unapproachable.
The rin;; performance is the finest
ever gien in St. h mis, while the
menagerie contains more curiosities,
and is of greater interest than any we
have ever seen. The attendants are
polite to i.silors . answer questions
satisfactorily , and ere particular as
in:i:li an improvement upon the
general run of circus attaches as the
exhibition itself is superior to the
hundreds now traveling. St, Louis
Democrat, April I) . m
This grand aggregation of museum,
zoologoical and arenic wonders will
open in this city on Friday 17inst.
THE INVALO A PEN PICTURE
See her pallid countance, but a short
time ago the picture of ruddy health,
the envy of those school and'the pride
of the househould. She was always
welcomed by her schoolmates, for her
lithe form and pleasing dispos'tion
carried cheerfulness into their ranks.
Dilitrent, punctual and exemplary,
obedient aud graceful at home, she
won the hearts of all. But, alas, we
are sorrowed. Those rosy cheeks and
ruddy lips are blanched by Consump
tion. The voice once so euchanting in
laugh and song is feeble, husky and
supplanted by a hollow cough. Do not
shudder because of the feeble and
passionless grasp. The hand once so
hearty and dump is emaciated and
shows bony outlines, while the cords
and tortuous veins are painly mapped
upon the surface. Tha pulse that
bounded with repletion, carrying vigor
to the whole eystem, aud imparting
life, beauty, vivacity, health and
strength, is delicate to the touch, The
feeble heart cannot propel the thin,
scantly blood with force. Must wo
lose lur while yet in her teens? Com
panions and friends gather around
with words of cheer and consolation
and depart with uionistened eyes and
silent steps. Must we lose her? No!
ther9 is relief! We can stay this des
troyer of our happiuess aud not s iller
the loss of so bright getii. Something
more is required now than dietry and
hygienic observance, for nature calls
for aid and she shall have it. Take
this pleasant medicine. It is invigorat
ing. How it allays the irritable cough,
improves the appetite and digestion
and sends a healthy tingle through the
frame. - The blood "is enriche'd, nervous
force increased, and the heart bounds
with a new impulse. See her face
brighten by degrees the color is re
turning, her voice is getting clearer,
and pleasant words are spoken. The
strength lalters yet, but is gaining.
Let us take her out in the warm sun
shine. Jna short time she will be
able to fro without our aid, cheerful
girl. This delightful medicine must
be God-blessed. It is restoring health
IU UUI iVJ V CU ui. ' ..... i-.j.-.p,
from her siCkness sweeter and nobler
to our loved one. She is emerging
than before, and Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery must have the
credit. It has raised her.
6. R. Eglar, druggist, of West
Union, O., savs that Dr. Pierce's Gol
den Medical Discovery has effected a
wonderful cure of Consumption iu his
neighborhood.
ES,Mrs. Bettie Gallaway begs leave
to call on all indebted to her for a spee
dy settlement of their accounts, or
they will be put out for collection.
She also wishes to say that she may
hereafter be found in her new store
room, two doora above J. Ii. Ander
son's store, w here she will bo pleased
to serve all who may need something
in her line. March 3-tf.
Hit Question has often been asked
where can I get my fine watch or
clock properly repaired, eo that I
can rely on it. That question can
casipy be Eolved by having yonr
time keepers repaired, adjusted and
cleaned by - r
A. Yick.es,
practical watch-maker and jeweler,
from London, England,' .
Bristol, Va & Term,
June 24. tf.
Fresh Beef, every Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday at the meat market
on Cumberland Street. .
Wheeler & EdwardS,
April 7. tf.
BISIVTOI. MILL.
An Interest for Sale on extraor
dinary terms.
I will sell a one-half interest in the
finest Mill property in the State of Va.
on the following terms to-wit.
1 will take in cash, the amount that
it would yield in live years (proftit) to
the purchaser, we Turning it to its full
capacity the amount to be ascertained
by fair testa. C. C. Campbell.
We will also pay cash for good clean
wheat and keep on hand constantly
the diflerent grades of flour also brand
and chop and will sell at the lowest
figures possible for cash alone.
We must keep our money in shape
to be used at any moment, therefore
no order will be honored, except the
cash accompany the same.
Parties can have their grinding
done on short notice full satisfactio
guaranteed.
Campbell & Williams.
Nov. 13 tf.
&ash. Blinds. Doors. Mould! no-s
Scroll Work, Brackets, Mill Work,
Flooring and Weather Boarding, can
all be had of Lee & Fergusou at their
new team ractory, between Lee and
Water Streets. Goodson. Lumber
will be furnished, or not as desired,
ork done in first class stvle in
short order, and at prices to suit the
people. lhe 1-actorv is two stones
high, 32x64, with engine room 12x25
with engine ot zv horse power. Ad
dress Mattox, & Ferguson,
Bristol Va., and Tenn.
Feb. , tf.
Garden Seeds, warranted fresh and
genuine, from most approved growers,
are now being received at Bunting &
Peppers.
Also the justly popular Pure White
Lead from the Southern Manufactur
nj Co., St. Louis, Mo., and Stag
Lead from Newark, N. J.
A full linsof Drugs, Medicine,
Notions, Oils, Varnishes, Coolrs
Brushes , Tobacco , Cigars , &c. , &.
Feb. 10 tf.
JDON'fl' HISAO THIS
fu such a manner that it will be for
gotten, for we wish you reader to re
mit, oi call and pay your dues to this
ollice. We have immediate need of
the money. As many of our readers
as caji be waited on, will be handed
their accounts by some of our agents.
We are very intimate with the Con
stable, but then you know we would
prefer not bavins to warrant any one
Nor would we like to be driven to the
publishing the names of delinquents
n the JS'cu-s. Please save us all such
trouble.
;W AiS Ui l tSKHCATS
B. B. T
BOOT and SHOE
FACTORY.
202 MA IE" STREET
At tjie Sign of the
Big
Boo
-0-
LOOK AT THESE PRICES,
AND TUEX COME AND
o
MUX'S SIIOFS regjed.
Pyogan Sboi...... .,
Kip
Calf
French Calf (iaitors
French Kip Gaitnr
French falf Siltched Caite
Poota, utitchod,
Calf Boot, French
Calf Boot, American ,
Kip Boot, Amsiican
Common Boot
SlitcheH.down Brogant...
LAlMF.S'
Finest lS-tbread Lasting
" Morroco Coat....
" Oil-dreased (ioat
' Kid
" French Calf.....
OhXTS
Fine Calf Oaitera
6hooa
..I 75 to 2 oo
, .2 io to S oo
... 3 oo lo 3 to
... .5 oo lo S to
... .3 oo to 3 no
....6 oo to 6 6o
lo oo
. ...7 fio to 6 oo
. . . . ft oo to 6 bo
. . . . fi oo to ft 6o
....4 oo to fi oo
2 73 to Soo
Good 2 75
2flo to 2 75
2
.... - 3 oo to 3 15
2 75 to 3oo
4 73
3 oo to 3 fio
All Work in PiiOPOKTiON.
So you see for yourselves, hat prises
have been greatly reduced, The reduction
amounting lo at leaEt 25 per cent, on those
of IMS.
Vie are putting up, on an average, 30
pairs of Shoes nd Boots per day, and are
compelled ta sell them Iotf.
GOOD PRODUCE always taken as Cash,
at Cafh rates, and all work warranted.
"Gentlemen or Ladies will please not
Bend their children or servants for cither
new or repaired work, without sending the
money, unless there be a special under
standing between us, For we positively
Cannot sell on Credit.
G. W. FROST & Co.
April 14 tf.
GRUBBS & DEATON.
At the old Sinpn Shop
BRISTOL, TEISlSr.
MANUFACTURERS of Carriage,
Wagons, Buggies, Sprixo and Jer
ket Waggons. Repairing of all kind
done promptly. All work warranted, and
all orders promptly attended to.
April 14 tf.
NOTICE.
PURSUANT to a decree or the Circuit Court, of
Wafblncton County, rendered at the January
term 1674 of ld Court, in t'a cane of Gmnrga W.
black ley, plaintfff. against C. C. Campbell, de
fendant, the ondersinfd Commissioner will tell
on the Soth day of Hay, 1874, beginning at One
o'clock, P. M., on the premises, at public ont-cry
to the highest bidder, one -fourth of an acre of
land, with a Urge new, two story, framed borne
with an 11 on the same, six rooms. Said lot
Is titnated Main Street, Goodson, Va , and adjoirs
the loU of W. P. Ualse, C. C. CampbeU, and
TXb'mS. A- sum sufficient In cash down to py
the cost of sail and Commissions, the balance In
eoaal annoal !ntallmnts of one, two and three
year, bond and aeeurity retired for said dufered
paym.nU. fl W00D
April 14th, 1871. t.
ristol Stove and
Tin Emporium
W. N... KELLER & CO,
Main Street.
BRISTOL, VIRGINIAJPiD TEN.
HAVE the largest and n.ost complete as
sortment of StoveB aud Tinware in the
country, and above all, they keep the un
parallelled Slxcclsior Stove.
Whbh is unanimously voted to be the raos
valuable one ever put upon the American
market.
A large stock of tinware constantly man
ufiutured to order, and
HOOFING,
SPOUTING,
GU1TERING,
Tone to crJer at any time,
CAPRICES down to the lowest limit
ever reached in the business.
April 7, 1874 tf.
WALLER P. TINSLEY,
AR HITET & BUILDER.
Office in Reynolds' Tobacco Facto
ry, Fourth Street
BBISTOL, TEItTIsr,
WILL furnish designs, undertake Car
penters work and. furnish lumber when de
sired, and Superintend the erectisn of
building, and guarantee satisfaction.
Refers to Jos. II. Hoge, Hon.S. E. Lvbrook,
Maj. Eggleston nnd Dr. II. G. Johnston,
Giles Co , Va., and Maj. A, D, Reynolds,
Bristol, Tenn.
April 7, 1874 ly.
B. T. Babbitt's
Purs Concsiitratsi Potash,
OR LYE,
Of Double the Strength of any other
Saponifying Substance,
I hare recently perfected a new method of pack
ing my Potash, or Lye, and air uow packing It only
in Balls, the coating of which will saponify, and
does not injure the Soap. It is packed la boxes
containing 24aDd 4S lb. Balls, and in no other way.
Directions. in English and Gorman, for aiking
hard and soft soap with this Potash, accompanying
eaci package.
R. T. nARRITT,
21 to SI VV,biuxtaa tit . 7i. T.
COHttlSSIOXEKS HALE OF LAM)
Pursuant lo a decree of the Circuit Court of
Washington County, rendered at the January
special terut in the suit of John K'arrum Ac,,
vs Sancy Cubine and others, the undersigned will
eil at the front door of the Coart Houite of H'ush
ington County on the first day 'of April County
Court,, the interests of the heirs of Andrew tirnbb
in the (Tubine tract cf land, lying on Sprinff Creek
in said County, said land will be sold subject to
the widow's dower, nnd fur enough cash in hand,
as will p:iy costd of suit expenses of sale and com
missions, and the residue upon a credit of one,
two, and three years, bonds with nurroved perso
nal secuiiiy required for the deferrd payments.
JOHS C. SUMMERS, Commlsiioner
March 31 1S74 41.
stouhbing!
$13 1H VALUE F0.1 $3!!
A Splendid IloUdy, Birthday, Wed
ding or Friendly Present.
The o.iai.'ial, popular, large and elf glut oilchromo,
' "THE OLD OAKE BUCKET,"
"The old oaken bucket the iron-bound bucket
The moss-invered bucket, which hung In the well."
(after Jerome Thompson,) size 1 x 26 inches. Th
best parlor picture eer publishd, for Tbu
large and truly splondid chromo, in ail its original
beauty ai:d rxuellencc, is offtred as a pieminm to
eaoh ti ye rly subscriber to
Demarest's Monthly Magazine,
Tire Model Plulor Maqjzme of Ai.ti'-i.
The chromo is sent Tarnished and on a roller,
posiage ten cents extra; or mounted on canvass
and stretcher as an oil painting, fifty cents extra
(which includna transportation:) or mounted on
canvass, and in an elegant 2!$ inch gilt frama with
srabasqut? corners, three yard of crimann cord, and
packed for threo diiliam, making the whole com
plete, incladtng frame, chromo and subscription to
Ine Magaiiue, only SS.
Do not fail to seod early and get the magnificent
chromo. the "Old Oakk i Bucket," which, in size
and artistic m-mt, is ouite equal to an Oil Painting
worth five hundred djllars.
Kow ready! Sent nywhere In the U. 8. on re
ceipt of the amount ct subscription. Address
V. JENNINGS DEM0RE3S,
638 Broadway, N. Y,
Feb. 24-tf
ROANOKE COLLEGE,
SALEM, VA.
T WENTT-n rst session, 1773-4, begins Sept, 3d,
And ends June 17th.
ADVANTAGES
1st. A full and comprehensive Currieulnm.
2d. A high standard or praflciency in the dif
ferent Departments.
3d. I.iteiury Societies of the first rank,
4th. Library, 9,009 volumes; Reading Boom,
100 Periodicals.
6th. Valuable Cabinet and T.sb ratory.
6th. A location unsurpassed inthe octitry.
7th. Kxcllent moral, social and T talons ad
vantages. Sth, More moderate expenses for ad. 'ntages
afforded than can be found elsewhere in lhe outb.
Expense for Session of lo months, (including
board, tuition, ic. ic) about $200. This amount
mey be diminished or increased at option of stu
dent as to board.
-iT The annual Catalogue, containing full In
formation on all points, will be mailed to any ad
dress on application tothe President.
BRV. D. I. lilTTLE, V.
VaKSIDIitT
July 2m.
.ooo
Do-Mars' Worth of New and Desirable
uooaa lo be eold at
Panic Prices
All Goods marked down, and selling
lor uasn, or Marketable Produce at
Cash prices. We will sell our
Stock iu SIXTY DAYS at
These Prices,
Money
is our Object,
and to sell off the stock Pre
paratory to a chanKc the 1st
of January, 1874.
We have just completed our Iall and
Winter Stock. Desirable in every De
partment. 20 Ca.se3 Boots and ;Shoes,
Dress Goods, Calicoes,;BrovnMusliu9,
Uleached and Fine Brown Cottons.
Alpacas, Delaines, Blankets of all col
ors, very low. J ust opened, a laree lot
of New Goods, and very cheap.
A CRDIT business wo can
not dodon't ask it at our
present Prices.
ESF Call and settle if you owe u
Wo will do vou rood if vou have mon
ey, or l'rouuce 10 sen. uut we keep
no Books; no Accounts.no Slates.no
IIRr.niT. in nnv hrarifh of Knuinoca
Call and price our Goods and save
money.
A nice lot of Ready-made Clothing,
very low. at Baltimore prices. Syrups,
Molasses, Sugars, Prime Coffees, Tea,
Oils and Dye Stuffs, Cotton Yarns,
Nails, Putty, Glace, &c
I. B. DUNN & CO.
Nov.25-tf
WISH to inform the public that I have
L removed my place ot business to
No, 2
ONE DOOR WEST OF JURIES CORNER
- Bristol Tenn,
Where I will be pleased to wait on all who
may favor me with a call.
As the MONEY PAXIOi still raging n
this-part of the country; I will coutinue to
sell
WATCHES, Fine JEWELRY,
AND THE BEST OF
Clocks,
at corresponding low prices, until Konay
matters get a little easier.
Watch and Jewelry
REPAIRING
D0XE IN THE BF.ST MANNER, AT Till
LOWEST LIVING
PRICES.
0
CALL and see roe, where my aim will
ever be, to give entire SATISFACTION, and
please all. Thankful for past favors, I
hope to receive a share of the same in the
future.
RESPECTFULLY
V. Doriot.
SRemember James Block,
No. 2.
Marsh 1, 1873. tf.
A. C. BRUCE,
Architect and Supsrintsndsnt oi
Euildinj,
ICnoxvillQ Tenn.
Will FurnishTlana, Specifications and lie
tails for
Oourt Houses! School Buildings, Ohnrch-
es Stores and Privata Residences,
For any part of the country, and superin
tend their erection when desired.
Office: MASONIC TEMPLE.
Refers to Joseph J.iques, John S. Van
gilder,J3anford, Chamberlain & Albers.
Mar 10 6m.
Respectfully
inform the citizens of Bristol -Goodson, and snr
roundiug country, that we have opened a first clu
Family Grocery and Provision
Store,
in the Eohr ;bnilding; opposite the JTew Toj'
'hrup Store, where wt intend keeping everything
in the eating line, each as
Cofpse, Sugar, Tea, Molasses, Eacoh, Meal
Flour, Homint, I.ard, Pickkls, Fish,
Eq(J, CRACS2RS, BrTTEB, PEPPER,
So in, Rice, Spice Ginger, ic, ic.
TuBacco, Cigars, S.icrr ic.
also Confectioneries of all kinds, irhlch vre will
sell as cheap as can be bought anywhere, for cash
or Produce. Plonse give ns a call, as we are de
termined to sill cheap goods.
W. B. & S. E. PAYNE.
W. H.PATJ5E, SOX. & CO.,
are still in the LU UBER trade, and will ay cash
for Lumber, or sell ou Commit siu.
Mar 10 3m.
Fine
Shoes & Gaiters.
The firm of Harry & Hickman hav
ing been dissolved the undersign
ed would most respectfully inform his
friends and the Public generally, that
he will continue the busiuess in the
old stand South-west Cornek Nick
els House, 4th street. Bristol, Tenn.,
where he will be prepared to do all
kinds of work, tsuch as Best French
Calf Boots, (Shoes and Gaiters, both,
for gentlemen and ladies.
Thankful for the liberal patronage
heretofore received I would most re
speitfully ask a continuance of tho
same. All work warranted of good
material and well mado.
GEO. G. HICKMAN,
Dec. 16, '73-3ru
WANT TO BUY
25.000 Bushel3 Oats.
25.000 " Corn.
25.000 " Good clean Wheat
For which we will pay cash on deliv
ery. Bags alway on hand.
Williams & KeeCler.
Nickels House Corner.
Doc. 16-T73.
E KEEP
For Sale at the Nikels House
Corner
I71AMIIY GROCERIES,
: Candies,
Confectioneries,
Salt,
Flour,
Meal.
Bacon,
Pork.'j
Lard.
Butter,
Cheese,
Crackers,
Chestnut,.
Tobacco,
Cigars,
Green
Apples,-
&c; &c.
Which
we offer to
customers and the Trade, in any quan
tity, at very low prices.
ALL ARTICLES WARRANTRD
AS REPRESENTED. Satisfies
tiod guaranteed.
We buy and pay cash for all good
Produce.
SL Farmers and Producers come
and tsee us before you sell or buy,
Williams & Keehleu,
Nickels House Corner,
Dec. 10-"73. Bristol, Tenu.
rjlIIE IMPROVED
LziWA Tnrfciae
WATER WHEEL,
Manufactured by
STOUT, MILLS 4 TEMPLE,
Proprietors of the
GLOBiS ii.tjN WOBfcS, Dayton, Ohio.
Guaranteed to be the bes t Wheel in the world
as has been deraoiutratei. by recent. tests at
Ilolyoke, M vsa.
Send for Catalogue and Price List, of
Stoat, Mills & Temple, Dayton, Ohio, or
James M. Wildie, Ajent, Nhville, Tenn.
Feb. 24, '74-ly
0
E. B. HARRY,
BOiOTS and SHOES
t&&-AAfcl sc.
MADE to ORDER.
's Main Street, Bristol,
lr"u-i noor west 01
King & Hill's Book store.
RELIEVING that my eiperier.ee is a suf
ficient guarantee of satisfaction to a dis
criininatinz public which has accorded me
its patronage in a Terr generous manner in
the past, I abk a contiruanca of the same,
with the full assurance of an ability not
only to excel, but that which will justly
compensate those who shall deem mo worthy
of their confidence.
Having the latest patterns, and with a fine
assortment of French. Calf Skins on hand,
together with the material in the make of
a good Shoe aud Coot, I ehallengo competi
tion, E. B. HARRY.
Jan .6,4-tf
DEVAULT & GRUBBS
DEALERS IN
Groceries and Pro-
visions,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL MEJt
CHANTS, Will sell Groceries cheap for cash o
Country Produce.-
We have on ban J a large lot of Fami"
ami Extra Flour Choice brands.
Give ua a call at Harmeling's Build
ing MAIN STREET
BRISTOL, TENN.
JGS?" We have adopted and will strict
ly adhere to the Cash SYSTEM.
Mar. 31, 1874. 3m,
YIRGINIA H0US3,
(Formerly Price's Hotel,)
MAIN STREET, ABINGDON. VA.
The Proprietor ha3 opened at this place a
First-Clasa Hotel for the accommodation of
Summer Boarders and the traelinpr public.
Fare good as the county affords. Board per
day, $2.
A comfortable Omnihns for the accommo
dation of passengers and citizens will meet .
all trains. !
WM. A. WAUGII, Proprietor.
Jan. 27, '74-tfJ
HOME LIFE
III THE BIBIiS.
By th snthor of "j.Vioht Scrsrb i.r th Biblr'
nd "Oca Fathbe'b UorsK," of which nasrly
J 200,000 hT ben soM. ' Home Lirs" 1 com-
menaeu oy ministers or all cbarcbes "the antbor's
best book," "full of precious thon jhts," "Trnths
preciona xs gems," '-a choice book for eTery fam
ily," ke. Steel enifraTings, rose tinted psper, rich
binding and for rapid Sdle nnequallej. AORKTS
Vouok 3feu, Tealirst nnd Clergy men,
wanted in every county ; 7J to $100 per menth.
Scud for circular.
zvna.r.n a M'ci-aDT,
Jf.vrlO 3m. Lii kicix St., Philadelphia, Ta
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy Keller for Tonns Men tram th
effects of Errors and Abases in early life. Man.
hood Restored Impediinenla to Marriage removed.
Hew method of treatment. New and remarkable
remedies. Books and Circulars sent 'ree. in sealed
envelopes. Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
No. 2 South Ninth 3t., Philadelphia, Pa., an In
s'.tution baring a high repattiou for honorable
conduct and profession! skill.
Ort. 2S 1873. ly.
INNIGER'S
Old London Dock Gin.
Especially designed for the use of the Jfedica
Profession and the family, posseing those in
trinsic mod'cinal properties which belong te as
Old and Pure Gin.
Indispensable to Females. Good for Kidney
Complaints. A delicions Tonic. Put np incases
containing one doien bottles each, and sold by all
druggists, grocers, ic. A.M. Biuinger & Co., es
tablished 177S, No. IS Beaver btreet, NewT-rk.
Kov. 4-3ni
Lynchers Republican.
Dally nnd Tri-Wedy.
Cheapest Paper iu the State.
Now is the Time to subscribe.
Terms CASH IN ADVANCE.
TFIB PROPRIETORS of the above old estab
lished and well-known journal, wonld call
attention to the 0KKAT REDUCTION they have
recently made in their subscription rates, which
now renders it the cheapest paper in the State ;
aud wonld respectfully solicit the support and en.
couragement of the public generally.
Look at the following low schedule of rates ;
daily,
One Tear .i 00
Fix Months.. 3 no
Three Months 1 60
TR1-WEEKLT.
One Tear 4 00
fix M.ntha 2 OO
Three Mentha 1 23
These figures are certain! y below those charged
by any other first-class journal in the State, and
places the Kepoblica within the ability of al
most every reading persou to become a subscriber-Special
attention will be given to fnnrishing cor
rect rt porta of all the leading markets, thus mak
ing the paper Invaluable to odr country friends,
while In the matter of general news it will be in
ferior to no other pap..-.
As an advertising medium the RuPtrBr.ictif of.
fjrs superior advantages, our terms for which will
be made very moderate.
Remittances should be made by check, express,
draft, or reei.tered letter, or by orders on respon
sible city merchants, which latter will always be
recognized as cas'j. Address
GEt), W. HARDWICK & CO.,
Publishers Republican,
Lynchburg, Va.
" -.i-L .
J, C. BURROW
DEALER IN
Enpaviiitts, Boots, Stalionsry,
AND
Mis:2llancns ,Pulicat!:i:3
NO 110 W. Baltimore Street,
(Opposite Sun Iron Building)
BALTIMORE SI. I)-
Orders promptly attended to.
tf.
SOUTH-WESTERN VIRGINIA
IIEOTq WORKS.
"C3PAVI53 recently returned from a trip, for the
n M flltrrifMi tt .'finliner all I. 1a imnrnr.in.nt. in
make and furnish the following Machinery auJ Im
plements: Stationary and Portable Engines, Cir
cular Saw Mills, Griet and Saw Mill
Gearing, Sorghum Mills, Tobacco
Fixtures, Horse I'owors, Thrash
ing Machines, Superior Smut
Machines, Hark Mills, Woo)
Carding Machines, Tick
ers, Plows and Points, of th';
most approved Patterns, Railing,
Columns, Stoves, Building Fnr.its,
Cast Wiudcws, and Door Pr unes, Sor
ghum Boiiers, &c.
Tle aticntlon of M IT.J.-WRIOIITS Is particularly
iaviterl, as we will put
MILLING MA CKJNERV,
nimble for every varl!y cf Water and Meant
Power that tbey may prefer. Merchants i.i this and
the adjoining ooontie will be supplied with
PLOWS AND POINTS
New York Premium Ne. Sand 4, Bradley's, Ll
lugston'a and Kill Side Plows ot all sites.
Old iron and Copper takes lo Excuuie for Oast.
Int.
We are Mannfaetoreia' Agents for the sale of
French Bahr Mill Stones, Bolting, Mowers and
Reapers ; together with any other Machinery wan
ted that we do not make.
Best qnality of Plaster kp eonstartly on Vian.
A Teweaty Horse Engine and Circular Saw Mil now
for sal LOW; also one i'orty-eix inch Clrealar
Saw.
J. B, BARRETT & CO.,
Wythvill, Va
Messrs 1. B. DONS a CO., BrUtol, Teun., are
our agents for sale of ail good" kept bv as.
Marehll. 170.-U. J. B. Baaiztt Oo.
. r rw -c. -s-.ri
WffijW
At the Old Corner!
JOHH A.
ilT luo
HAS JUST PURCHASED IN NEW YORK AND OPENFq
at the old stand on corner of TFront and Main strctt.s, Ihistoi,, Va'
l:irge stock of generally assorted Merchandise. Every ui tide from tl9
Icst unto the greatest i.- perfeclly new nnd has btt-n ult-cttd and ui;Lased
Willi great care. To those purchasers who are jirei;nred ta
I am prepared to offer rare indu'ccrr.cuts, and all I usk U ax examinatum o(
my stock and prices.
I have employed a Salesmen Messrs. John Keys and Tlios. AY Frl
who will be glad to see all of their friends at the corner.
Mar. , '7?. tf- changed July 1. J. A- JA1IES-
SULLINS COLLEGE,
BRISTOL-GOODSON, VA,
THS next Session of Fire Months, of this Scimcl
f.r Vcuiig Ladies, will commence on the
Htl Iny of AiiKuat, '73, In chaige
of the following teachers .
REV. D. 8UI.L1N8, A. M.. Principal, and Prof,
of Jfentai, Moral and Advanced Nat. Scioncea,
Prof. E. Deichtran, D. Ph., Professor of Mathe
matics aud LangAis.
i!rs. B. I. Chanceauline, Principal Academic De
partment, Mrs. Sallins. Principal Primary and Preparatory
Departments, andMUs H. Cos aud JfUs XiDimle
Cardwali, Assistants.
Prof, r. I. Hanker; Teacher of Masic and Paint
ing and Drawing.
Mrs A. R. Sallins, Matron.
TBRMS, per Session of Five Months one-half
In advance, unless by special contract :
Primary Department 1 ......110 CO
Preparatory Department, 1 OO
Aciietnic l3epi iu Two Classes, lilt class,.. 14 00
" " ad c!as4,.... 17 (10
Collegiate Dcr.ir'.ment lurlndiug Latiu '20 CO
Mojern Laii(uaxs. each .0 0t)
Masie oa Piano and Uuitar, each, with me of
Piano 25 00
Painting and Drawing, each, 10 04
Needlework and Kmbroidery, each 10 o
Vocal l essons to the whole school Free
Special Vocal Lessons,,.. to 00
iieard and wood CA 03
Boaiding department in charge of Principal and
his wife. Your ? ladies furnish thrirovn pillow
eases, sheets, towels and lights. Weening can be
bad at a dollar per month. No deduction from
bills aniens in 'canes of protracted sickness.
lyFo7 particular! address the Principal at
Bristol. Tern. Jan. 2?. '73. tf
IT. Q. ' 32B iWH9
MERCHANT
TAILOR.
Muoi Slrat,
Va. & Te.is.
ITIilESII nn.l rogulnr arrira'.d of elegant
; Clotus, DorsKiNS, FanCT Camiiers,
and also the beat Uoods from the Wooden
Mills of Virginia aud TeuneBsec. suited
for every day wear.
Coats, I'ants, Vk.sts, &c, mauo to order
in the h.iijtt New Vork i-tylcs !tt moderate
prices and sitisl'.ctiou uarnntced,
I Apjont also f(.r tho New i!rQr Seuiu:
Tlachlur. Mr. Teeter nu cxporieuced ma
chiuist ha.3 been cnpnjru I to exhibit and run
these machines. All orders fr thin Mipcri
or nn.l really splendid new macliina will
receive immediate attention.
W. G. STRATT0N.
Feb'y 18, '73. tf.
THE GREAT WESTERN
MATTRESS MART,
AND
Hair Manufactory
rnnK mattress and hair manu-
JL FACTORY of C'HAS. P. FELDRCIUS has
been removed to the New Store of Vim, Kel
ler, next tothe creek, on Min (street, where
he would be glad to see his old H rends ami
patrons.
Particular attention paid to the renora
tion of MiittreF)es. Old Mattresses made
new at 6ir.aU cobt. The patrouje of the
public Holicited,
With twenty-five years experience in the
bnsinesb, feels himself eonijietent to give
entire satisfaction. All work warranted.
CHAS. P. FELDBUKO,
Jfo Atll tf
Jou.t. M. M1T.LIK.
H. D. MrsssLM as.
JOII.t JI. MILLER 3t CO,
Dt.ki.Z3, I.V
Paper, Blank Books, and Sta
tionery 8- 'W.tior. Baltimora and Howard Sts
Ilaliimorc.
i -"
FpLASK Books, t)y Boaks, CasS Books. Jcr
" rials, Ledgers luVulce, letter sad all kinds of
books mads to ordor in any styU of bladtnf or
mltng In the best style st shortest notic'. fKLtT
1XG ad BISDl.Nti of ever; description dune
prompt) jr. Cards. Checks, Bill Heads, Circulars,
Pens, f encils. Inks, Envelopes, Letter Prlsaes
Inkstands, Bankers Cases, Cash Bases, Gold Pens
and Stationery of veiy description constantly en
band. Orders solicited. Bags tskso in exchange.
Jan. 20 3m.
THE SUN.
SEi)KLY, 'EMI-'oEtKLY AND AILY.
TUB WEKKI.T SU5 la too widely known to re.
qaire any extended rec'iiimenda:in ; bat the
reanor.s wliieh haT already atTeti It filly tbou;u:4
snbscribrrs, and which w-.il, we hnpe, gire it many
tiioatantis more, are bntl ae fuilowe :
It is a first-rate newsjurer. All the news of the
day will be foar.rl in it, er.Curd when nini
portaut, at fall le-.th when t inoirent; and a.
ways presented in acls.r. lnie.lillile, and h:ter
esting manner.
It i a ar.l-rate fami!y paper, h of nterta:ii
ln( int '.natrniliTe raadiu f averr k.i.'l, ki
conU'bitilt nothing that can iffei.J tbe most deli
cate and scrupulous taste.
it is a Srs'.-rat story p?..r. Th best ta!-s and
rnma; cr of cuirt-: t iit-r--.ture are eareily
aelccisJ aiid! .U v r rir.'A tn.itsj i.-.
It is a 5-tt-r.n .'ii'i.iar:!! p4'r. Th nt
fr'sh. and lost. -net i a'ticl-a tu r.jt 'ru.tur.:
topics rKl'-'y app-'r in i'..- 'i"ar'.ii't:iil . .
ltM ao inuecrd.i t jc.Mic ii 1-,-iT. . :'-:, i.j to
no party sn-t wear'e; n-e-yitr it (!--- i. r
ei;iie. and lor the ' " -f '- t t tf. .
It espee;iil!y rj'.vo'.t- to t : i x--'-.tire
of tie jrv4t coriaptt t..i ww wants ta.4
d grsce vr c'Tr.t"y, a: d :arat: n t-i di.a. ra.I ..
rpubt'rsn :.5!i:u.i ,r.s eltiU'rLt f. It lias no fear
vf (.naves, ttud tks uj JeTcrs from tbrir sop.
porieis.
U rf i r!s t':e fa i. ions fir the ladl-e and t'10
rr.ar'trts f'.r :h; w-", e.pifinl'j the cailic mrr
.?'", towlikhu l,.ivs rsrticuiar nlteation.
ins!iW, u is t.i ) r'n .ipiPt aper pu'jli.hi'il .
Ore a yr i.l sc.:re it for any -
'nr. " 1" t"- n---ry ! iji.t up a el'il. io
bT 1IK. -.VthKLV Kl-." it b: rl. Arv ..np
who tecde a an gle C y.:..r wU: - t, th pa-i-r ;.r a
year. -
We bare no trarel.rjr Hfo'..
Tan Winn eCA-. Kb." p'-g s, f.f.y.slr mi
omns. Del 1 a yeai. .o du count froia this
rate.
Tbi Sai-Wia:i.r 8c.-. Same she ax the
Dally Son. 2 a year. A dLconut of 20 per
cent, to clahf of 10 or over.
Tbi Dailt fvn. A large four-pa;? e newspaper
oi iwouij-cijni comnins. nauy eircnlailon ever
1211,000. All the news tor 3 cents. Sohscrij tfi
price to cents a month, or d a year. To clubs
of 10 or over, a discount of 20 per cent. I
Address, "'lUb sU.V Mew Tork City. J
JAM
CALL AT
A. PICKETS
Watch & Jewelry Store
2ui 63 his Urgt wd Elcjant
STOCK OF
GOLD
WATCHES
rum '2 O
Jsilvrr M'atr In- O
Cinp. & steut-wltiiJc 0
CHAINS.
Leotine, Vest and Neck, ill?, PlAf
Iluir, Silk aud Steel,
Ladies Pins
Kur-llinjrs, Sett ?, kc, inguld and coral, pi
ted. Mobt elegant deeignd.
3OTGS.
Rinps in ptaia ;.)li and every vuricty of setts
nl rich deti'i.
o -
Gents' Pins
In Ma-onie, O.M Fellow, Knights nf Pytiiaf
and every other beautiful design.
o
CLOCKS,
Clocks to suii (ha multitude atfprici a;ta,.
lie to the tiii.es.
o
VTf Idin? presents, rich an-1 rnr,
(iii't.- to pleatie the 'ing snl f -ir ;
Rirthday trifles, wedding rin-r.T
Pickcri bilia there joyous things.
Main Street, Bristol, Tenn. -JVa,
Next door ti J. M. Parker's nd; di recti J
oppof-it Keller Sl Drcwcr'd Stove Bouse,
lich. 4, 13 o.
BRISTOL POUNDR.Y
AND
Ifl a chn hop,
EucGv.ra'je me 3IunufaciureA
WE ARE NOW rRKPARED TO FURNISH
alt ki i'l of CAMTIX'JS In onr lis. And lo to t:
lhing with promptness an! In tb bna' roaansr.
Larg Dumber ol Flows. Cun Hu ts, he..
Izwi. , D1XOS.SM1TU k (A).
July 51. 1571.
SEABOARD INSUR
ANCE COMPANY,
OF NORFOLK, VIRGINIA,
Walter II. Taylor,
President. ,4)
W. Talbot Walko,
liccretarv.
DIRECTOiia,
C, B. DnffloM.
J. W. VVbtteharst,
K. II. Cbamberlaine,
Wm. M. iwathmey,
Jno. T- Hill.
Klchard Ta7l',
CkM. Ret.l.
J. W. Hinton,
L. Herkie.
Wm. H. Wbite,
Jno. L. Roper.
W. A. 8. Tarlor,
F. M. UytMo.
Wc. H. l'er.
Jna. Cm.de, Jr.
; CAPITAL, $150,003 CASB.
The Stockholders embrace the mn
Miccesisful bueiness men of Souths!
Virgin in.
I. C. roVI.K, Aj;enf,
(.ao Jsou. Va.
Nov. ll-6m.
III. I'll
MAI.V.STrtEET, IfcUiTOL, Texx,,
DKALKK IX
Provisos Grcce' hs
.kA tolry PrtiES.
' S?. Goods delivered at Ilousea.
Dtr. 19, 'fil-ff
SEEDS L
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OUR EACTI FULLY ILLUSTRATED
CATALOGUES fcrl874, of
1
Korabering
173 pa-cs, end
exntaiuiii 2 Cac lu.ro colore I
platen, arc now rra:;-. To our
patrona, tbey be ma'.pj a,-- n i'.,
free ; to. all other", on rcccirt cf C-c,
which we return In Seeds cr Plouta,
T.illi llrst onlcr.
Ail pureiiOMrs tf our lkLix txAtT
CArdrnlnrr for iro6,
or I'rrcllcal Florlf-eltass.
Trie, Sl.EOcocA, (prepaid t j mai
hats t'teir names entered on Qu
li.U, and trCl receive aUtf,
Caialojuet entnaUitj
frte of chara.
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