! i 1
Progre&a. Mr. Win. Fmilh. w ill hi
few day, commence m.skinz brick
for the new Woolen Factory of Messrs.
Ppjr A Jordan.
7,ef fo Contract. Mr. I Vrpnaon Jia
closed u; Lia contract for the l.riok
work of his new three tdory block.
Itun Election. The antral elec
tion of officers for the town of 0ool
n, will occur on the 12th of May
Lee Street to be
Ooodson Council, on
Graded. Th i
evening, ordered the grading of Ix-e
fjrrect, North of the creek.
Pro. Suiting ha erected a neat and
fubBtantial tttone wall in front of his
residence on Solar Hill, and the Coun
cil ha9 graded the Street and curbed
the sidewalk in front thereof.
Sick.--llev.Jno II. King, lias been
for several days, sick, at I he reuideiice
of bin Sou-iu-law, Mr. Henry DeJaney.
He is suffering from tons!i:t l but
tre hope the trouble will disappear
"Wkirth clouds that itif-st the day,
-Khali lold their tents the Arab,
ai.d slk-iitl Ual away."
Cfwrch Located- Mr. James liaa
fM to the Trustees of the Colored
Church the half of lot No at corner Of
Scyauiore and Johnson Strecets, Solar
Hill, and the taid Trusters are prepar
ing" to erect a church building on it.
Tomato riants.Mr. M. D, Boyle
has now for sale a fine supply of choice
Tomato Flants. abundantly large for
transplanting. Call on him quickly if
you wish the verj' finest and earliest
ones to be obtained.
Xot Dead. Fx-Mayor McClanna
han so recently reported dead, i6 a man
live enough to offer some of our New
Hampshire visitors the privilege of
selecting at will upon his farm two
acres of choice land and erecting upon
It one of their model New England
Cotteges, Will some more of our citi
zens please die to the tame extent and
to the same tune ?
Major R. F. Walkeu, Surptr.
inter.dcnt of Public Printing, will
accept our thanks for a ncatiy bound
copy of the annual reports of the
State of Virginia, to the IJoard of
Public Works, for the yar U78.
The Baltimore Gazette of Saturday
says ; "The market of coffee, under
advices of a sharp decline at Rio,
has through the week been dull,
weak and nominal, and prices have
declined heavily, the current figures
to-day being 2 to 2 cents bel.iw those
of last week, and they show a decline
of 6 cents gold per pound from the
highest point, but even at the decline
the market is nominal there being no
disposition to buy."
BRISTOL, FRIDAY, APRIL 17th.
GltfE DAY QrJL.1T
Great Southern Circus, Museum, Aviary,
BOMAH HIPPODROME and EGYPTIAN CARAVAN.
Greatet Moral Show of the Age!
KeTT llmzz 'Sew Features SpaldiiiFtoatecL
HORSES, AND THRILLING ACROBATIC
And Kqitostrian Exercises
mi jSmM tation n,erc"lean. Fca.ts.
17 lv-ws-A J" isJkV-l Strensrth. 1'anng Acts ot Kj
VAULTING AND POSTURING, ENLIVENED WITH JESTS,
SONG AND STORY, ONLY GIVE INTIMATION OF
A' Few cf the Thou
sand and one Spec
imens of this most
Classic, Moral Chaste and Mammoth Exhibition
OF MODERN TIMES.
TIIE Whole nriJer the Lighted City of Pavilions, constructed in
Euhc .u manner that the visitor can behold the grand display of
HusGiim, Menagerie, Aviary and Caravan.
Children under ten year?,
Doors open at 1 and 7 P. M.
f,;vious to the afternoon exhibition, lAeev vjris need Aero
' Vnl llofessor French, tvitl mal e a Grand Ascension m hts
Celebrated Walloon, Americus.
Joal Ashes About Pluiu Trees.
I had a very pretty plum tree in my
.ard a year ago last Summmrr It
ad but few plums on it It looked
ealthy, hut the fruit fell off until
;ly seven very imperfect p'ums r?.
mined. That Fall dug abou. the
'.e cit away the grass, and spread
'it nes from Oie i:rales and stoves,
'!' ".u 't ft t-o t'''-" ffi t nd about
-o : :hrit- iiiciJ"-; u-Tp. . --i!iv- d
he ai.-.-s Jt'-.lly d ii.. T I ' f -i
g Spring tlie tree leaved nut nicely,
A-asfullof plums and nearly all re
mained on until ripe so full were ihe
brandies that I had to tie them up
o support the weight. The fruit was
quite perfect in size and shipe, I
am sure the manner of treatment
was the cause of improvement. I
think fruit trees could be thus im
proved both in the qianity and
qnalUy of fruit they would pro
duce. JVm. II. Wooden, Midison,"
Fresh Oysters served at all reason
uhle hours at Kuhnert's.
Fresh Garden and Flower seeds, just
received. Call early if you wish to se
cure your seeds for Spring gardening.
J. G. PKPPER.
Feb. 24. -tf.
In Rich a manner that it will be for
gotten, for we wish you reader to re
mit, oi call and pay your dues to this
olfice. We have immediate need of
have immediate need of
Ao monn..r rmr roo.lor.
na 1 a'nirnii iriii hnnii I
l-V-VA Vy I . Hill KT MttUUCU I
I heir flfnnuntu K enma aii i.Va., I
... . o I
e are very intimate with the Con-
stable, but then you know we would
preier not havinz to warrant any one
ii ... . .
publishing the names of delinquents
We desire, in all kindness but in
good earnest, to say to our subscribers
that we are positively in need of the
1 little amount they are due us. It is
absolutely neccessary that we must
collect at once and we hope th ey wil
without further delay, let us have
our money. This call is intended to
apply to every subscriber who owes us
as much as ten cents.
HieA. marked on thereto means
that a remittance would be in order
and verv acceptable. The number
marked or printed is the one to be Kib
strutted from the -'whole number" or
the present issue, Multiply the re
mainder by 4 cents and the product
will be about the amount you owe on
For example, the "whole number'
of the issue is 42'. If 3G9 should le
the number marked or printed on the
outside of your paper, you will owe for
52 numbers or one year.
"Wc have printed a l'mited niun-
ber ot Ueeds, which are exactly in
conformity to the code, with ac
knowledgments printed for both
the husband and wife. They are
printed on fine tough Bond Taper, who is thoroughly educated to tne ou
P r ' ilia Btnk is verv complete.
and will bear folding and handling
without damage. Parties wishing
a handsome statutory form for deed
will apply at the office of the Bris
Will be witnessed in the Cir
cus and Jliypodrome erena, equal-
x Gorgeousness and Perfec-
tion the ulauitonal l astimes or
ncicnt Rome or the Original
Glory ot the East. Startling Equi-
Maiiufcturei ami pecial Trade
What is Mado and AVhat is Sold.
It is our design to keep before the
readers of the" Bristol. Nfrws those
exclusive enterprises of our town
which are worthy of the confidence
and attention of the public.
The Foundry and Machine Shoj
of Mwr. Dixon, Smith &. Co., may
be found on Fourth St., near the Ten
nessee Depot. They make a very fine
article of Cast-iron Hollow ware.
Mill Gearing, Tilt Hammers, Coal
Grates for dwellings, f large variety or
riows, which are stocked in a manner
which is. not equaled at any other es
tablishment within our kaowledge,
and a large number of other articles
too numerous to meution. The busi
n ie KtiDeriutended by Mr. Dixon
,.rt,rir,iiv frnm nstern Viririnia. but
more rpcen tlv from-the State of Geor
gia. Mr. Smith Is the practical roa
chinirttand is one of the most compe
te mill skilled wirkmen we ever
aw. Mr. Nelma erives his attention
to the moulding department, ana hibo
to Hip stockinsr or plows. A twenty
borne power engine is employed. Jo
piece of work Is allowed to leave the
f!iolishment unh-sB tested and be
lieved to be of (rood quality.
The Hash, Blind and Door Fac
oi iviessrs. Aiam&, l-"rxz r.-.o....
on Lee Street and has combined with
which is under the immediate super
nf Mr. G. H. Matlox. who has
fnllv sit. I lie ! Alness for
many years, and is weli ki; n in tlie
onlintrV. IJtllLe a lartCl.' .UllJa
rlniiA far ciiftT&nt rtiuis, uiul a er u
. . 1
normP JirflflK OI F Ulliltlll" v
i i . rr i . citvloo nro
prices vnicu are w.
the very newest ana Dew. ijw
orancn oi me uu.ur
r.,ll.. l.i-nliinorl tn the nubllC 88
far Fast as the New River valley aim
The Sash aud Door department is
superintended by iur. jonn i,
cently from Culpepper C. H., a. lie
killed workman aud has already
n ih hiiKinpss udoii such a basis
"tten tjie business upon such
fi.t it has been bev
is a s
that its success has been beyond his
own expectation. Sash, Doors. I1 rames
and Flooring are turned out with
irreat rapidity, aud in large quantities
are snippeu uajjr .
w otiri i.net lennessee. uiucib
are tilled in almost an incredibly short
time and the wont is oi Mceiu-m
quality. A thirty norse power engine
ami about one dozeu hands are em
Mni. Ttevnolds will soon have his
large Tobacco Factory under way. He
is a first class business man, and will
be a very useful member ot our man
ufacturing community. His house Is
43x83 and is three stories high.
The Bristol Mills,
are now in the hands of Mr. Waldio
nu lanro forpimi house of Geo. 1J.
Ewinc it Co., and has just been placed
. :lu y.MifiAn frlirA
in tne nnesi possioic wuuiuu.
pairs of Buhrs and Bolters are in use.
All grain is passed through the Ian
and when necessary through the Smut-
ter. and tne iour is r i
brand. " me ivuhbjwsc
perfection itself. All packages are de
livered and the business;conducted on
a cash basis. A forty horse power
Turbine wheel Is used.
The Hardware Business
is conducted by Mr. S. R. Ferguson,
of Portsmouth, Va., and
well assorted and sold at prices which
we regard as low.
Mr. Doriot has a stock of Watwhes,
and Fine Jewelry wbich is not equal
ed between Richmond ana rtasnvme.
He is a repairer of Watches, Clocks,
&c. He has had twenty years expe
nr a Tir.fcfn late of the city of
Tnndnn has had alone experience as
a workman, and keeps on hand a com
plete and excellent piolk oi me m
Watches, Clocks aud Jewelry of all
kiuds, to be had in any marRei
Guns, Fistols, Cc.
Mr. S.O Fisher, formerly of Lynch
bure. has a fine stock of Guns. Pistols,
Sporting Tackle, Canes, &c.
lie is a
practical gun ana loc-n. omnu.
Mr. W. G. Stratton keeps on baud
the only lot of tine cloths and cassi
meres iu our town and is doing quite a
cood business. He has had long ex-
perience ana nas givcu nuv ctutioi
tion in bis work.
Millinery aud Mantua Malting.
Nettie Galloway is entitled to
in the department of
fpahirtn fur the ladies. Ht?r business
1ia been enlarired and all of her stoei
fullv Durchascd in the eastern
niiipabv herself in person. Hergood
taste is acknowledged, and her success
no longer a question.
Mrs. Scales, has a nice stock of Mil
linprv Gaods in the room ouce occu
pied 'by the Bristol JNeutf, in Kane's
iilocK. fcue is a lauy oi uaic owu nt
worthy of the public patronage.
Mrs. Frost and Mrs. Dowler, have a
good stock of Millinery Goods, in
lemur's Illock. Caldwell's old stand.
aud have qualifications for and expe
rience in the business. They are per
fectly reliable aud worthy of a 6hare
of this business now so rar.uuy ueveiup
iug iu Bristol.
Afpsnra. J. Bamberger A Co., have
nnt or the Drettiest establishments in
town, and their stock would do credit
to any city iu Virginia or lennesscc.
Their prices seem to be low and they
have met with a good trade.
Dr. J. G. Pepper on Main street, and
Messrs. Bunting & Pepper on Front
street, have establidhmeuts fully equal
to the demands of the couutry. Their
stocks are both pretty and quit com
prehensive, and they aro each doing a
Books ami Stationery.
Messrs. King & Hill have a very
nice assortment of Books and Station
ery, and are selling them low. Their
stock is very well selected and fully
meets the wants of the community.
Their building is on Main street, be
tween 4th and 5th,
Commission House and Family Gro
ceries. J. II. W iuton will give prompt
attention to this department of busi
ness, and guarantees eaiisiaciion.
Prof. J. H. Winston ha9 a crowing
business in this department, and sells
CDOlCe laiilllj HOT UI u"" fc' " "
at prices below those of any other
nursery we know of.
H. A. Bickley's Furniture Factory
is at the corner of Depot and Ed
mond Sts., Va. Hill. Bd!teads, Bu
eaus, Safes, Ac , made to order. Horse
power is used for running machinery.
Aoupplyof metalic and other burial
cases kept on hand and supplied to or
der. Mr. Bickley has an extensive
trade, and is well known as a reliable
and excellent workman.
Tin H'a,rc, Stores, fc
Keller & Brewer have a large Rock
of Stores and Tin Ware on Main et ,
and keep on hand a large stock oi
m.'itri:il. Thtv run eichl teams con
stantly into the country, ard furnish
roofilng. sitouting aud KUttering to or
der on short notice. Their work is ot
the best quality.
Geo. ir. Jlammit
on Main Street, keeps on hand Stoves
ind Tinware and manufactures waie
'!!. ra! stt k. find lo order. Iu;-
nishss roofilng,- sauting and gurte.-
ing, He isaii exnerieueed ano relia
Boots ana Shoes.
G. W. Frost Co., have a larg'.;
Shoe Factory at corner of Maui anu
th streets. They are equipped witn
improved machinery, and furnisli a
large amount of stock to jobbers.
Their work is equal in appearance and
superior in quality to Northern work.
They also Keep on nana a nne suh-k oi
northern shoes for gents, ladies and
children. There are now employed in
the establishment, fifteen hands, and
it U in contemplation to increase the
force to thirty hands. The house is
certainly superior to any similar enter
prise which has been in the country.
J. C. &. W. M. Burrow at 200 Main
Street, have a large collection of pic
tures, and do the largest businessof the
kind in the South. They advertise in
800 papers, and publish a paper of their
is done at the office of the Bristol
News, in all styles, from the plainest
dodger, to the most elaborately colored
and Khaded bills, cards, bill heads, let
ter heads, circulars &c. The motto of
the nffiee. is "work done in city style
at citv tiriees." and with thisinsenbed
u nonets banner, the News has all of
the Job Work it can do. but is pretting
readv to do more. The demand for
Job Work is becoming greater, and we
mean to meet it.
Toys and Confections
are furnished in great variety by
Messrs. E. Kuhnert & Son, who manu
facture an excellent article of pure
candv.'and keen their counter supplied
with a nice article of cakes. They also
furnish outfits for wedding tables.
"Enterprises not advertised In the
Newt, can be inserted in this column
at a fair price in money.
rJEC OLD "3ST 9
HERE, "AND ALSO A FULL SL TrLY
Juts, ftaisins, Figs,
&c, arriving rcgularty.
Baking done to order.
BAKERS BREAD furnished and
WEDDING CAKES baked andjeau
tifully iced and ornamened on short
E. Kuhnert & Son.
Sew Btvloed Edition.
Entirely rawritten bj tb ablest writers on ereiy
snlject. Printed from new type, sad illustrated
with Several Thousand Lngraringt and Haps.
The work originally published under tba titla of
Tbb Nsw AanaicAX CrcLoraeniA w completed in
If-63, since whicli thus the wide circulation wbich
it bas attained iu alt parts of the I'nu.d Sute,
and tbe signal deTelopment wbich bar lakeu
placo in every branch of nelnnce, literature, and art
bare induced Ihe editors and pablisbers tu sub
mit it to ait exact aud thorough revision, and to is
sue a new edition entitled las AaEkitAS Ciclo-
Within tbe last ten rears the progress of discov
ery ia every department of know ledge bas made a
new work of reference an imperative want.
The movement of political affairs has kept pace
with the discoveries of science, aud their fruitful
application to the industrial and useful art" aud
the convenience and refinement of social life.
Ureal wars and consequent revolutions have occur
red, in vol ving national cabiiKes of peculiar moment.
The civil war of our own country, which was at
its height when tbe last volume of tbe old work
appeared, has happily been ended, and a new
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Large acromions to our geographical knowledge
have been made by the indefatigable explorers of
The great political revolutions of the last decade,
with tba national reault of the lapse of time, have
brought iuio poblic view a multitude of new men,
whose names are in every sine's mouth, and of
whose lives every ore Is curious to know the par
ticulars. Great battles have been fought and im
1 1 r. :mt seises maintained, of which the details are
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2d. A high standard of prwflciency iu Ihe dif
3d. Literary Societies ofthe flrnt rank.
4th. Library, 9,0'J volumes; Reading Room,
Ath. Valuable Cabinet and Lab ratnry.
6th. A location unsurpassed in tbe onntry.
7th. xc lleut mural, social and r. Igions ad
vantages. Stb, More moderate expenses for ad. ntagea
afforded than can be found elsewhere In the onih.
Kxpense for Session of 10 months, (including
board, tuition, &r. Ac ) about 20o. This amount
may be diminikhed or increased at option of stu
dent as to board.
tfT The annual Catalogue, eoutaining full In
formation or. all points, will be mailed toany ad
dress oa application to the President.
BRV. D. T. B1TTLB, D. B.,
DoKars' Worth of New and DesiraMe
Goods to be sold at
All Good3 marked down, and selling
for Cash, or Marketable Produce at
Cash prices. We will sell our
Ptock in SIXTY DAYS at
Money is our Object,
nnd to sell AT the stock Irc-
parntory to a change the 1st
of January, 1874.
We have just completed our Fall and
Winter Stock. Desirable in every De-
Eartmeot. 20 Cases Boots and .Shoes,
iress Goods, CalicoesBrown Muslins,
Bleached and Fine Brown Cottons.
Alpacas, Delaines, Blankets of all col
ors, very low. Just opened, a larire lot
of New Goods, and very cheap.
A CRD IT business we can
not do don't ask it at our
8"" Call aud settle if you owe us
We w ill do you good if you have mon
ey, or Produce to sell. But we keep
no Books; no Accounts, no Slates, no
CREDIT, in any branch of business.
Call and price our Goods and save
A nice lot of Ready-made Clothing,
very low. at Baltinnore prices. Syrnps,
Molasses, Sugars, Prime Coffees, Tea,
Oils and Dye Stuffs, Cotton Yarns,
Nails, Putty, Glass, &c.
I. B. DUNN 4 CO.
I)r.J. Walker's California Tin
Cgar IJittcrs aro a purely Ycsctablo
preparation, made cliielly from the na
tive herbs found on the lower ranges of
the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, the medicinal properties of which
arc extracted therefrom without the uso
of Alcohol. The question is almost
tlailv asked. "What is tho cause of tho
unparalleled success of Vinegar. Hit
ters f" Our answer U. that they rcmovo
the cause of disease, and the patient re
covers his health. They are the pi-cat
blood purifier and a liie-;ivinjr principle,
a perfect Innovator aud Invigorator
ef tho system. Novcr before in tho
history of tho world has a medicine been
compounded possessing the reniarkablo
qualities of Vineoab Bittkrs ia beahue the
sick of every disease man U heir to. They
are a gentle Purpart ve w well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
tho Liver aud Visceral Organs ia Bilious
The properties of Dr. Walker's
VINEGAR HITTERS are Apencut, niu.cuv,
Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative. Diuretic,
Sedative, Counter-irritant Sudorilic, Altera
tive, and Anti-Bilious.
it. ii. Mcdonald b co..
DrngiEtta andGeu. Atrts.. Snn Francisco. California,
and cor. of Washington and Charlton St.. N. Y.
gold by all DruggUt aud Dealers.
Nov. 4th 1873. ly.
Vood, Marsh & Co.,
Importers and Jobbers in Dry -Goods
309 tV 311 lI:irket Kf.,
Jan. 13 '74-tf PHILADELPHIA.
EMORY & HENRY COLLEGE
milE SPRING SESSION" of tliin widel;.
I known and popular Institu'ion ligin
on tho 2!)th of January next, nn.l c!o.se ;i
the 17th of June, which is Connueiiccnisnt
tlay. lu view of the j re ent financial de
presfcion. we now innke this libeml offer :
For m" lliiiitlr. ! Dnll.tr a!d
ill HlvaUC, we willive, tr one i-nt.it-session
of 2 weeks, to :ny .ui--t:ii
the Collegiate, Scientific of i'.uxi-.ie.-M ciin.t
hiH Doanl at the Hviirs llon.--c, (now re
diic-cil to $10 per month,) Tnitiou, Fuel,
Room-rent, Wahinp, Library ami Contin
gent Fees. In the Preparatory department
the charses will he even les. To-ird -at tlie
Fulton House aud in private families i my
be obtained at mo-lerate though at somev.hat
mere aaviiuced r.ttes. lue auvantages now
oiTeicl here to those seeking thorough. Cvl
lejji ate triviniri and culture, were nevtr
exoee.led in otir previous Listory, as tUoe
hest acquainied with tIlecheol will testify.
If you desire fttrther iuforim.' 10:1 write to
K. F. WILEY, Pits: Unt.
Eiuo.y P. 0. Va.
July li-t 1S73 Sin.
Foreign Litcra:nrr Sck-nrr, aud Art.
TO this dep-irtment, tlie ECLECTIC gives lar
ger iat-e than- any ot!nr masaine in tbe
M-orld not excinively scientific. It not only
presents from month to month pii ample record of
discovery and invention, but gat!irr from the
whole field of foreign current literature tbe bent
articles of the most autlioraiative thinkers and
writers ; cf sneh men nf lrof. Huxley and Tyn
dall, Kicliard TrKtor, V. A.. Prof. Ow.111, )r. W.
B. Carpentai. Max llnllr, and Mr. J. Norman
Lockyer, all of whom have been represented in re
cent issues of the Magazine.
Tbe Kri.FCTic also finds room for an array of In
structive and entertaining articles in general liter
ature wbich is surpassed by none of the litera
.y monthlies. Its selections are madrt from all the
hnglixh periodicals, and occasionally from those of
Franca and Oeruiany, and eovr a literature incom
parably richer and mure productive than any othei
tu wbich the reader can find access, a rl of
writers contribute to the KnglUh magazines and
ne -palera such aa seldom appear in American
periodical, and the let of the Essays. Keviews,
sketches, Criticisms, are reproduced iu the Kclic
Tbe Ect.BCTir, without giving andue prnmin
eace to this department, offers its rearienftbe best
serial stories to be bsd. t-eihr with the short
stories for which the Kuslisb magazines have a
high and deserved reputation.
The Editorial Pepartinents are Litkkaut Soti
ces, dealing with tbe books published at home;
Fobkios Litbrakt Notes. giviiiC the freshest in
fo' mat ion about literary matters abroad : Kcik.xck,
which,, aupplemen'a the longer articles with brief
parag aphs covering the whole scientific field ; and
in VzaiSTirs will be lonnd choice readinrs, cul
led from new books and foreign journals, A'o other
Eclectic publication attempt any thing lilie Hum
Each nnmber contains a Fin. Steel F.nrjrming on
some subject of general Interest usually a
portrait and each year's volumes contain twelve
or more of these engravings, which executed In
the best manner by tbe best artists. These engra
vings are of permanent value, and add greatly to
the attractiveness of the Jfagazine,
B3TTbe aim of the Eci.tctic Is to be instructive
without beingdnll, and entertaining without being
trival ; and it will be found indispensithle to all
those readers who endeavor to keep up with the va
ried iutellec-.ual activity ofthe time.
TFKMb: Single copies, 4S cerns ; one Ci py one
year. 5; turocopies one year tn.ftrt i-oplbi one
year,42o. agents wanted to get np clubs. Ad-
e. n. p;:ltos, pni.;hr,
luS Fulton Street Xew-Tork.
Compton's Surprise Potatoes
C-1 -I POUNDS grown from 1 lb ofe.ei
J.I.,I. plaute-1. The woniTl-il irounc
tiveness of thi titw f-ut-iii', yl-i lia :t tli-
rate ot h26 bu"hel per i.trt-, 'ti.its ft::e
eating quality, itdl. ee n ; !.-., i.-n i
being and extra gJ k;-.-yt i ,
of the most Talur,:de !-oi!b :--i
BtOk Wil 8 groWll li.lill M-t.t ;i:
roni Mr. eonijiioii. at Hits on
". ' p v r
bursliel, lat oeaHoti. Price i l'1,
lbg. for 8l.5i, one peck 85.00,
grf 00, one bueiiel 812.00
W iJ. KELLY & CO,
March 3 18T4. tf.
25.000 Apple Trees.
Vir E offer for planting this Spring a stock
" of3year old TREES, well-giown,
thrifty, large and fine, 7 to 9 feer high, of
the bent sorts for this stsection. Will bear
second and third year with proper care.
Fjtty select kinds, Price $3 per dozen,
50 for ei(J, J0Q fur $20, 600 for $85, 100 for
$;50, delivered at the Nursery.
Also JO varieties of Peaches 1 year
judders S3 per dozen, ?20 per 100.
Cherries 50c Kach. Standard Pears 75c;
Pwarf Per 50c each.
Our stock is warranted true to name and
qf the best quality. Produce or grain taken
ia exchange. Nursery farm 3 miles Wet
of town on Joneaboro' road. Address
W. B, KELLY &CO.,
March 3, 187i.-tf,
HOLISTGiN SALT & PLASTER CO.
Salt. Pia&tei and FERTILIZEES,
Respectfully beg leave to call the attention of the Farmers of IMs R),,i t .
other Southern States to their superior Fertilizer lonst'j p of ()( K nn,i
GROUND PLASTER of PARIS, or GYPSL Ai, (a well kn v. n and l,iKji!v
prized fertilizer foi Grain, Grafs and Cotton) and tlie 7A.S7 OA r .),
BIS ED tEK'lILlZKKS" of PLASTER andoAI.T; and PI.AS'i'p
SALT and WOOD ASHES; which they are now manufacturing onan txienl
in order to introduce these FERTILIZERS into more frereral use. fcellr!:
confident that a trial is all that is necessary to insure their preference, we l,aVe
determined to offer them for this easou at the following extremely low j rict!t
Piaster of Paris or Opjsum.
Rock $1.00 ptr Inn.
Ho I si on Combined Fertilisers.
No. 1. Half riasttr tint! l.t lf ttrtt ... $14. 0O per Ton
Xo, 2. Halt I histtv 1 4 Salt uutl 1-4 Hood Ashen $ 12, OO per Tw-,
The GROUND PLASTER nnd FERTILIZERS are put i;p in jng
!acks of conve lient size for haiullint: : .mim! nil iv. loaded on tlie ears here.
These FERTILIZERS were used with great success throughout tl e Southern
States, during the hist season on
cottox, to:: a cro. , mis axb grasses,
and we ofler them to the public ilii full confidence in their SUI'ERIORl
ii over oiiivr? oi muni uigni-i ffi.
to Hariware House.
Look out for the TA 7) LOCK!
HOLE A LE and RET A 1L
Old -Dominion Iron
and A ails, Sleet, An
vils, Heltons, Vagon
Hubs, Spokes, Sims, itc
CSTAgent For RUSSELL A CO'S
manufacture of Thrashing, Seapirg and
Keep Constant! on hand a stock
of Repairs. Sijjn of the PADLOCK.
N" j J. nut's Rlock,
s ; r:'1"-: tr
:.-b - if. - c:ui! g.-' '
J3 1 . V Jlj j J I I !i
'. ;:-i.-t' 1. Tr?T;it.,
U.ST receive 1 a i;v-
20CO !b- ?tat(! Line '.Ti.iu Levi- ri iiK. '
5 lit.xes Window UUet-, all izc6.
50O 1.1.8 Putty.
SCO Lbs SpauihU V!i'tiujr.
i' Iio?cn Psir.t and White vratu Brtiihei
CJliO ILivrttii Stgars-.
L-i.iies' and Geitl's SSonMer Braces.
500 gallons Oil and V:iruiLes.
30 lbs Colors, dry and iu Uil, all fhades. I nainenrai.
, , , , ,, I French and Latin taught hv a coat
Keep coneitantly on hand t.xi Oil of lit i intent ttsiclier
tct; varrantei not to esrlode. ; Epwia uttentioii to vocal and i-
riiTsiriAXs w.u iitui ray et-K-K oi i-ri -t:s
nnd Mkph im Freth aa-1 :i pure csa be
had, us I only buy from first el-ins house.
Pure Wine and Lin'iors for medicinal
purple. Prei-criptions coin pounded at a'J
houri, aal of pure Drugs.
J. S. PEPPER.
Feb. IR.'Tn. tf. k
j ) ,
OAS CEB CUBED
DR. HEBERN CLAFLIN.
Of Chicago, 111., who has made CanCfl-N
a speciality for Twrxfr Veaks, uses no
kllife, and the patient is not depleted while
treating, Tho nlliicted can see the Doctor
at the Washington Uoiise. Lynchburg, Va.
A IKC ALWAYS Cl'.iRAX-
TKS NEW CORNER
llw i Hain& Ls3 ttreel
We are now receiviiifr daily from
New York, OUr Hew Slock of
SPaIHj AsiO SU33If. G0Q03
which we are prenared to sell at tli
very Lowest Ca-h Prices.
. . . ii.
v c iti ;iv wu i! ifiiii" aii-i tin- MU'f
lie L't-nt-rali v ! cili n I t x;tf,iine tuir
t'N k ; we u--' tht? w. honjl't
t'tr.i.t . w:! V V" f-Wl'V nd-
vanlii'j 1 1. -..-s i )c u i ;; i i 5ii!y-.-j-.
'v in t:.' 1 nur linl
fr or- Vi(ixVVil Pt'I)
to H.xx, ? ',-. '-. '.'.-';...-.' le i -.'.' '':.-
j t -r,V. ;:?.J s:-.- ; 4.:, your
i ir ov: --s .;i'iN.:v, u.i'j ci tue ail
.ri.'r.KKP. & nno,
Mr. Wji. A Vi.LK Kl i now with
aud retjui-st li.- frinid.-i to call and
see b im. iq)ll j-4t.
lit. !il.-,.i.Ov'l), ..r....... It. Wi a lar. "'"Jv
tii,Ni:::Al, VRuDVfi: M-..V.,-;, r .t-r whr.u...a.i'i
, ...... a-s!..ei..l attontion to that branch or
COM MISS tN Mhil." ,AMS. .... r ruiDELJ- f '
. Ja... 11-72.. -tf. 0. 0. GOOVtL"
P, O. Box, ooOO. No. 40 Celar Street,
. corner Wlilimn Ktreet.
Solicit consiRnroents of GinRenar, Feathers,
Beeswax, Dried Fruit, Furs, Sineaa Root,
Metals, Hags, flaxseed, 4o., &c, &c., &c.
Prompt and careful attention given to all
shipments, and aoi-ount sales with remitt
tance rendered on all sales without delay.
New Tons; Heperexces. Marino Nation
al B ink ; Seventh Ward National B nk,
Messrs. H allqartkn & Co., as we! as all
respectable merchants throughout Virginia'
ana Tennessee. ?
Jan. 20, 1874.
Ground $S.OO per Ion.
F. B. HURT,
SINCLAIR & Co.
Xo. Mi Li'jht btrcil.
AGKICL'L'lUKAL IMPLEMENTS nJ
Growers and Importers or
GARDEN and FIELD SEEM,
Offer to tbe Farmers aud Merchuuts of Toa
uvssee the following Laboring-Saving
Muchiuery anl Implement,
Horse P.-wcr C ru heller,
titb aud viitiiout fan
Virginia ilaml ami
Double nJ HitigU- t' t-ut
Screw r'u J tr au.J I'astlcatt r
Po.l.ler. HaT anl Cultes.
Corn im.l Ccb CrasUru
Vi """ ' 0x
f!,..,r aud W.ueMilif.
! Farmers" Caw CeccLsf,
T!ir:i.-Uei-t. wr.tl Cleaners,
vviu-.i nJ Gusio
Plows all i'4llrs-,
Plow iwia MacUifi Castiig'.
Also Agent for tbe
"NEW YORKER "
Set.f-Kake Ek.pke and Mom-ek,
!iNIT()N MOW LB.
1I of wlii.-h will he soM at tl LOW
"ST MS.' rillCE.
le. 22. IT.
" BRISTCL FEHiiLErSESlWriL" "
Session begins the fir 1 2At(rs
d(fj in September.
To parents nrt cll'ered faciliticx for
thorough elucttioii of tlu-ir tlnvlitr-
. id ail departments, both hoSnlanit tr-
j struiueutal rnii.sn-.
For further prrticulars apply to tl.
MRS. S. (J. CHOCK T. IT.
August, 12, 187.;. tf.
IJarrells Paw ami lietiHi -
, 12 (iolJen and r.!:wk Syrnp.
Sacks !ii !.a,ti:ivra. Jnv.i. and
l I o j '
! Moclm C('eeH.
, iss'-f '
SMS rtE B!M Wr,lis
5M Pounds Jute, Piper al Cotloa
l') I oz. Long Handle Urooms.
. HH) Doz. 2 & 3 ll!op Itucketo.
50 KeH Pi Carl; Soda.
mo Ua. lilies iiiacu nnt tirceu Aen-
53 Cases Concentrated Lve.
Sept, !) tf Lek & Taylok I5ko.
! $13 In Valnn f..r :I !U in Vlo for '
In alu f..r:: 972 :u aliis fur 1.:
Th LjtRiik'T Pr.T and smst Pnpriis Or
raaoa-ia In tlit World, in all Ihrlr krantv sn l r
tisiio rxellnr, frmu Ibo Original Mmin. I'1"-
j form slxn 17xiH inhfs. Price li scli. Jl "
j as prnmiunia to Vrarly ubneriU r tu
' Dsmcrest's fflastrated Monthly Hapa?,
Model Kasazine cf Ainerica.
AT ii Vr.ll YKAR.
nving porclia-d the co(vrilits at an n"rn."i
cxpnsn, with tlm expecUl,iu ! s.-rurini; il" "'
bavedt-rmiicd on Dwkina; nnparails.sJ "r
of the Justly -clulra- 1 Chromus, liw.
A ftr Ji-romo Tlioniimon, (as f remlum I "
After Jerome Thompson. a a premium f''
JIQJIK WKKT HOME."
Af,.r J.'rm, Thompson,,,, p.sm.um f." -':
'A FT EM THE .STOK.M,"
by F. U. 11. 1)8 m h premiam fori!"-
tseb Chroino. as a work of art, U fully ,la: '
'"'i I'aintii-u w-rti Hre ;iiindr.-.i ii.iir.
fhe CUri.iiKm are now r-aljf , and are
h script r -.i. !..cr:i:ti.f..
all of the Turn, a ,b . TariiMh-d n " "
-"(ag' cnl tllra. r uiounteil n -"T"
sir-t h-r (as an oil 'aintiii i. fori'-"1'
'n whirh t-.cind- thepuxf. oriu-""' . .
3!i.&)ii.u - ir. iriif r, in mrKiui .
Irt w. vnh 'rabio orr iimwi'"1'' .4
. ! ft niiiiii con!, and packrd. 11 '
tC8 Urea I way. V'" -
-. ?-.r f. nr yata snlwcriptlon (12.) 'j f.
. 1 .-i.... " -Ht ii"" rdially " hat iom
ft -.1 m. 'I for voa r obseriplin ' ,
. , . 1 t a. a ir iMinni the Ji;u-liit tk"
hOMi.i-.KK.'J ..IKKKT.'- ,
ti'b-ronrt of tho t-Lrom-a orall toat
mediately on rcfl;t of 3.oO saUcripli"" '
yrars as indicated.
17 iEFOX, S my the Co. a-
W. H. PREWRr.
Late of Dcevcy Uurkly. fiKF.E-r-
F,,r,nert-j W. IrrJ " '
W. H. DREVVRY & CO.
Grocers, Commission Mere'""1"
AND DEALER IN LIQUOR
A0E5T3 FOR TH" PaT APSC0 0V lS'-
Country rrl- trf.
Klve p.racinalatt.ntlon ta aUbos.ns
uur cax. j B 6'7 ''-"
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