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VHE BRISTOL NEWS
r.DU,Tt ami i-itoritiKToit.
T!JE$0w"jUN 2. 1374.
LOC A- X-'-
For cttar Locals eee Third
$500 im:vak;.
?tIen from tlie Mjhscrihtr r.n the
tilirht of the3rd of Mnv. 1 ".74. a daik
I'oy ware, .1 ymrs old, Mack mine
and tail, nnd black h-jr. I uiil five
$.U0 for the apprehension and dedive.
ry of both thief am! marc, or S100 dol
lars for the mare alone, if delivered to
rtie nt Speer' Terry, Scott Co , Va.
J.une2 2L L. M. IVw F.r.s.
TtF. Roo Itnir has turned hU nt
tptilinn thi season, to the partial crop
of tipples left us. These pests are now
Fathering in heavy clusters on tle
quarter grown apple whit It t)iey de
vour almost m rnpidly tis pigs could
do. We know of but one remedy- to
tumble them into a pan :f hot water,
and it will repay the trouble implied.
Rcfrmcd -Mr. Jno. YV. .Mt. re
turned last Vfdnesda3 from P.alliinore
having purchased a nice stock f
choice good, which h is now opt ninjr
in Kellers buildinj. west of the Lritljjc
ell Main St.
7'he Excchior Cook Wove, i- entitled
to a complimentary notice from tbc
Kditor of the AVf Mesnrs. Keller 4
5rewer have taken hi, one which has
been ucd for four years in his
family, ami at a very sliitht expense
in.mle it aa goixl as when new, and a
hf-lUr stove was never made than the
Kxcel.Mor j so thinks tlie Editor afore
said. Cluriii'f J'j ri i ixcK of Ci-odson Acad
emy, I'rof. Io;'rett'H School, will oc
cur Friday evening next, in the Chap
el ol Sulliiijj College. The cxcrcNcs
will consist of an oratorical content for
u handsome gold medal, which will be
awarded by a committee of three gen"
tit men, selected for the purpose. The
public- are invited to attend.
Jlaniagc lUforc I )a ten. In obedi
ence to that mandate which award
the worm to the early bird, our friend
M. T. Devault was married at 3
o'clock on last Thursday morning, and .'
taking his handsome bride umlei his
tender care, left on the morning train
at day bnak, for a pleasant tour In
Carter Count Teiin.
We advise him not to tarry lone in i
Greasy Cove, but to hasten back t.
Bristol, u hich, timing the month of
June, will be the merriest and mos,
pleasant localiti' in the South, and
where he and his bride, will meet a
sincere welcome,
Tiin Abingdon Virgini'tn. calls
Cipt. White's lake, which he l.as
stocked with fine fish, a pond,
Wk did not say the Bristol Cotton
Factory would be running against the
first of June j'.s the Abingdon IV"
yinian allcdgc. We said the Uristo,
Woolen Mill would be running against
that time, ami we have the word of
Mr. Lewis the Proprietor, to back our
assertion with.
THE IIIMSCOPAL COUNCIL.
Kevisioii vf the lrayer-D:ok.
The following are the restdutions
I'doptcd by almost unaninunis vtte, by
' he K)iscopal Council of Virginia, at
i s recent session .
Th? report of the committee to whom
was referred yesterday the eonsidera
lionnfall r'sl;ilions looking toward
levisiou tif the I'rayer-LJ'Kik submitted
through Jutlire Shi t ley. The report is
echiiet to be not only unanimous, but
lo have received tb endorsement of
both the bishops of the tlioeese.
Tlie committee to whom have been
referred various resolutions and propo
sitions connected with the office tf in
stitution, and alicge! difficulties in
some of the offices of .he I'rayer-lJook,
have considered the Fame with a pro
found sense of the responsible duty
devolved upon them. They are satis
fied that the formularies of the church
:n respect to faith and worship, in
i heir just interpretation,, embody" the
truih of Christ, are warranted bt the
leaching of Holy Scripture, ami area
faithful following of the doctrines' pro
fessed and defended by the Anglican
' teformcr. They cannot, however.
' lose their eyes to the fact that in some
ew particu'ars the forms of words, in
i lie use of which, taken in their an
i ieut st use, the Churcn as a whole has
known no just cause of scruple for
more than three hundred years, haa
iven seemirg occasion for perversions
-.Mi false doctrine o i one hand, ami
for conscientious scruples of men of
godly conversation ami usefulness in
liie earnest desire ami prayer for peace
tin I unity of the church, with a feeling
of grateful recognition of the wisdom
and jat pnnlence of the Uisbop's ad
dress on this subject, viewed in the
licht in which it was con
ceived and dictated, anil impressed ty
considerations now developed in con-,
i.ection with the statement and feel
ing of a number' of brethren, beloved
arid honored, whose scruples are enti
tled to our most respectful considera
tion, your commit tee have deemed it
wise and most onducive to the well
"leingofthe church and the cause of
religion to recommend, and they ac
cordingly do recommend the adoption
by the Council of the following resolu
tions :
1 Resolved. That Ike Council of
the Diocese of Virgina gratefully ac
cepts the declaration of the House of
bishops made In 'he year 1 ST 1 , In re
spect to the olliee of baptism, as a wise
step in the direction of peace ami uni
ty in the Church, and trusts that the
same ma' in due form be madeauthor
i'ativc. 2. That In deference to scruples the
respectful consideration of which in
duced 'he authorities of the Church to
allow freedom in respect to one of the
elauses or articles of the creed, ami the
onilttlnc of fhe sign of the cross In the
office of baptism (although, as the ru
bric declares, the Church knows no
worthy cause of scruple concerning
the same.) It will be wise to allow
freedom of like kind In another part
of the sideofnee. Ann mis council
doth declare that In their opinion it
would be consistent with the spbltof
thA Church and of the rrayer-uooic.
thf 'oh xutfjr-htion made on this point
bv vonie or the mon eminei v ineiius
ctriviiiftiti of the Church should
le c irridl out : and doth express ll:e
...a .arm it. desire that liberty he
ttUowed, without ebangi-.iii the text of
tbc oOVc. to omit in pihu p
p.t bltptilUUl TU" "llltll tut
! 'Tinivialf" otcui.
o- That in view of lite Svlinh of (be
Council in approving the renori of the
commit ee of thirteen on rilUalifiii ami
llie office of institution at iU present
rssion, and of the opinion-t enter
tained, that if t lie General Conven
tion shall adopt the suggestion of this
Council 'on liie er.bjeet of ritualism,
the ohjectionaldc-phrases Jn the office
of institution must lose in great meas
ure th-i f.dse significance attributed to
th m, n I must, gin consequence f
such action, be ultimately corrected, it
is inexpedient at this time to make
any forth r recommendation in respect
to Haiti office.
4 'I hat iu order to secure the success
of the great measures of relief herein
liefore refrrretl to, ami in dellerence tt
the opinions of those who shrink from
tlie suirestion of alterations of the
rrsyer-look. justly endeared to the
lei affect !ons mil mist sacred asso
ciations of the el i!dien of the Church,
it is dicb r d to be snexped cut at tb s
time to make any recommendations in
respect lit the additional matters
referred t the committee.
5 That in the existing crit al
emergency pressing upon the Church,
it is tlo Inty of true alid conservative
churchmen to draw near te each other
'in the unity of tnp faith and in the
bond of peace." and In the 'spirit of
concession mid love to yield much to
each other a to matters of mere
expediency ai to "tilings i.i their
nature indifferent and alterable so as.
however, the frame and order of the
Church be still continued firm and
unshaken," and the sub tanee of the
faith be kept entire and willingly to
follow the rules of tlie Church herself,
and set fort h in the prefiee of the
Book of Common 1'rnyer; thai h, "to
do that n hich recording to her bet
understanding, maj' must tend to tlie
preservation of the peace and unity of
the. Church; ti e procuringof reverence,
and the exciting of piety and devo ion
in the worship of God; ami finally
the cutting oil' occasion from those
that seek occaion of cavil or quarrel
against her lilitnrgy;" and so, as
brethren of a common faith, to work
together to save the beloved Church
'if their fathers both from schism and
from Rome. " "
Till: LAW OF ALIMONY.
Itowa Woman had three hus
bands and had Alimony from
all three,
Tho Nashville Banner has tlie
follov.iii.
A lildirr of women. ich has not
often been bronght into miestior, Ikip
been confirmed by a rceetit decision
nf tine of the New York courts. It
is the right to receive alimony from
two or more previous husbands, and
at the same time be supported by a
present l.usbu.d. The lady, throng" i
whose matrimonial exploits this
right was brought into controversy,
is nor living with her third spouse,
having previously been twice divoic
cd, and having ainiony d c cd in
her favor in t a :li instance, the firji
time a moderate allowance, and the
second several thousand dollars
yeaily. Kith of her cx-hu.sbar.ds
has made his rcgulur payments, but
.'nice the tbiid n:arriae liie second
husband objects to continuing then),
because, as he says, the purpose nt
alimony is the wife's support, for
which the i ubaud becomes response
hie upou his marriage, and which is
still obligator) upon him though his
l i;;ht to licr society may have beer,
forfeited by hit own misconduct.
Hut he cl tinied that the subsequent
marriage of the woman transferred
t-e t blig ition of her support to the
new bus' and, and thereby wholly
rjleoic I the t rcclcc Sior, who could
hot reasonably be rjqui cl $o fill
poi t another man's wife. The Court,
ii-vcer, was not much impressed by
t';is argument a: d hel J that the pay
ments must go on.
Fori: cLarmiag views of the be u
.iful and litlleknown scene y in
Northern Vennot, head the list ol
illustrations in the June AhHiic. a
monthly as rare among other
periodicals, as a. June day is rare in
the year As therefore, nothing yet
published surpasses in beauty th se
pictures, which are excellent as
works of art, and characteristic of
the country they depict. "Ua the
.Missisquoi," is the first fullpagc pic
ture. Anotln r picture, the whole
series being from the pencil of Tioin
as Moran. is "A (jl'mpsc of the
Missquoi,' as it winds through a
peaceful valley. A large full. page
picture gives the beholder '-The
Missi-tjuoi at JShcIJon Springs,'
' 'Mount Mansfield from Nice's Ilili,'
is the last of this adirirablc scries.
A grand panorama of some forty
miles of the noble Green Mountains
is shown in this picture. Arthur
L'arton contribu'.es a full page 'Scene
on the Shenand ali, which depicts
t'.ic grand a:ul remakabla scenery
near Harper's Ferry, where the wa
ters of the Slien ndoah unite with
the I'otom-.c. a point which charmed
Jefferson. O:! er pictures in this
number are ' hnost a Dinner,' after
(Initio von Maffei; a beautifiil cut of
a red deer, called 4 A Hard Hun,'
after Spccht; A Turkish ('ourt Yard
Scene, in which a Gypsy is dunciug
before a group of Tukisli women :
Such a Shot ! ' by John S Divis, a
picture of real life, showing hew.
when boys, we went hunting, and
met difficulties i.i tlie path; and a
life-like portrait of" John Lester
Wallack, the greai actor, and the I
last ot his name now on tlie Amcr.can
staj;e.
The literary contcuts of this num
ber of 77? Ahl'me are of greater
variety and extent than usual, Sub
scription price, including chronios
I he hast' and 'The West.' James
S.ittor. & Co , publishers, 5S Maiden f
Line, N.cw York City.
The X marked on the A'eic means
that a remittance would be in order
and very acceptable. The number
marked or printed Is the one to be sub-
stractcd from the ''whole number" or
the present issue. Multiply the re
mainder by 4 cents ami the product
will he about th amount you owe on
subscription.
For example, the "w hole r.umbt i'
of the issue is IT.. If 'Md should te
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Blank JDecrts.
"We have printed a Fmited num
ber of D'ledo. which are exactly in
conformity to the code, with ac
knowledgments printed for both
the hnsbaral and wife. They are
printed on line tough Bond Paper,
and will bear folding and handling
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vill Hpplj at office of the BitisTOt.
News.
tf.
BHISTOLJKKRPEIStS.
Manufactures and pecial Trade
What Li Made and What i.i old.
It is our design to keep before the
readers of ihe llmsrol- News those
exclusive enlerprices of our town
which are worthy of the confidence
and attention of tlie public.
The Fojndrtj find Machine Shop
of Messrs. Dixon, Smith & Co., may
be found on Fourth St., near the Ten
nessee Depot. They make a very fine
article of Cast-iron Holiow ware.
Mill (jfearing, Tilt Hammers, Coal
Grates f.r dwellings, a large variety of
Plows, which are stocked in a manner
which is not equaled at any other es
tablishment within our knowledge,
ai.d a large number of other articles
too nuaierous to mention. The busi
ness ia supei intended by Mr. Dixon
originally from eastern Virginia, but
more recently from the Slate of Geor
gia. Mr. Smith is thj practical ma
chinist and is one of the most comje
tcit and skill?d workmen we ever
saw. Mr. Nelms gives his attention
tp the moulding department, and also
to the slocking of plows. A twenty
horse (tower engine is employed. No
piece of work is allowed to leave the
etsahlitdiment unless tested and be
lieved to be of good quality.
The Sash f Blind and Door Fac
torif of Messrs. Mattox, Lee & Ferguson is
on Ijee Street and has combined with
it the
Furniture Business,
which is under the immediate super
vision of Mr.(i. II. Mattox. who has
been successfully at the business for
many years, and is well known in the
country. Quite a large business is
done ftr distant points, and a very su
perior article of Furniture is made nt
prices which are low. The styles are
the very newest and best. This
branch of the business has been suc
cessfully introduced to the public as
far Fast as the New Iiiver valley and
West to Morriatown.
The Sash and Door department is
superintended by- Mr. John Lee, re
cently from Culpepper C II., Va. lie
is a skilled workman and has already
gotten the business u(on such ft basis
that its success lias been beyond his
own expectation. Sash, Doors. Frames
and Flooring are-turned out with
great rapidity, and in large quantities
ami are shipped daily to points in S.
W. Va.. and East Tennessee, urtiers
are fillet! in almost an incredibly short
time and the work is of excellent
quality. A thirty horse power engine
and about one dozen hands are em
ployed. Tobacco Factory.
Maj. Reynolds will soon have his
large Tobacco Factory under way. He
is a first class business man, ami will
be a very useful member of our man
ufaclurinji community. His house Is
b'ixHJS and is three stories high.
The Bristol Mills,
are now in the hands of Mr. Waldie
of the large foreign house of Geo. 11.
Kwing it Co., ami has just been placed
in the finest possible condition. Three
nairs of Huhrs and liolters are in use.
All grain is passed through the Fan
and when necessary through theSmut
ter, ami the Flour is strictly up to
brand. " The " White Rose " is about
perfection itself. All packages a vi de
livered, and the business conducted on
a cash basis. A forty horse power
Turbine wheel is used.
The Hardware Business
is eidueted by Mr. S II. Ferguson,
formerly of Portsmouth, Va., and
who is thoroughly educated to the bu
siness. His stock is very complete,
well assorted and sold at prices which
we regard as low.
Jeicelrtj.
Mr. Duriot has a stock of Wat-.-hes,
and Fine Jewelry which is not equal
ed between Richmond and Nashville.
He is a repairer of Watches, (Mocks,
&c. He lias had twenty years expe
rience. iTeiccler.
Mr. A. Picken, late of the city of
London, has hat! a long experience as
a workman, and keeps on band a com
plete and excellent stock of tlie fines!
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry of all
kinds, to be had in any market.
Guns, 1'istols, ,Vc.
Mr. S.O Fisher, formerly of Lynch
burg, has a fine stock of Guns. Pistols.
Sporting Tackle, Canes, &c. He is a
practical gun and lock smith.
Merchant Tailor
Mr. W. (i. St ration keeps on ham!
the only lot of tine cloths av.u cassi
ineres in our town and is doing quite a
good business. He has had long ex
perience ami has giveu fine satisfac
tion in his work.
Milliner; and Mantua Making.
Mrs.Tlettie Galloway is entitled tit
preeminence in the department of
fashion for the ladies. Her business
has been enlarged and all of her stoci
is carefully purchased in the eastern
cities by herself in person. Hergood
taste is acknowledged, and her success
no longei a question.
Mrs. Seales, has a ni"e stock of Mil
linery Gods in the room once occu
pied by the Bristol Acim. in Kane's
litock. She is a lady of taste and Well
worthy of the public patronage.
Mrs. Frost and Mrs. Dowler, have a
good stock of Millinery Goods, in
liosang's Block. Caldwell's old stand,
and have qualifications for and expe
rience in the business. They are per
fectly reliable ami worthy of a share
of this business uvw so rapidly develop
ing in Bristol.
Clothing.
Messrs. J. Bamberger & Co., have
one of the prettiest establishments in
town, and their stock would do credit
to any city in Virginia or 'lennessee.
Their prices seem to be low and they
have met with a good trade.
Drugs.
Dr. J. d. Pepper on Main street, and
Messrs. Banting & Pepper on Front
street, have establishments fully equal
to the demands of the country. Their
stocks are both pretty and quite, com
prehensive, and they are each doing a
good business.
Books and Stationery.
Messrs King & Hill have a very
nice assortment of Bttoks and Station
ery, and are selling theui low. Their
stttck is very well selected and fully
meets the wants of the community.
Their building is ou Main street, be
tween 4th and 5th,
Frovlsions.
Commission House and Family Gro
ceries. J. H. Winton will give prompt
attention to this department of busi
ness, and guarautees satisfaction.
Bristol Xursery.
Prof J. IT. "Winston has & prowinc
business in this department, wid sells
choice family trees of his own growth
at prices below those of any other
nursery we know of.
'Furniture,
It. A. Bickley's Furniture Factory
is at the corner of Depot and Ed
uiond St4., Va. Hill. Bedsteads, Bu
eaus, Safes, &c. , made to order. Horse
power is used for running machinery.
A supply of metalie and other burial
eases kept on hand juid supplied to or
der. Mr. Biekley has an extensive
trmi, and is well known as a reliable
I aud excellent workman.
Malrcsrts,
- Feldbiirg niarmfadnres
Mr. -
Hair and Shuck Mattress to O'de-,
ami keeps theiu ou sale in Keller's
block, West of the biidge. Main Street.
His work is said to be very superior in
quality siid first rate in appearance.
Tin lf'arc, Stoi'cs, Cc
Keller it- Brewer have a large siock
of Stores and Tin Ware on Main st ,
and keep on hand a large stock of
material. They run eight teams con
stantly into the country, ard furnish
rooftiog. spouting and guttering to or
der on short notice. Their work is of
the best quality.
ISeo. if. Jlantmit
on Main Street, keeps on hand Stoves
and 'Tinware and manufactures ware
br general stock, and to order. Fur
nishes roofiing, spouting and gutte -ing.
He is an exuerienced and relia
ble workman
Boots and Shoes.
G. W. Frost & Co., have a large
Shoe Factory at corner of Main and
Kth streets. They are equipped w-ith
improved machinery, and furnish a
large amount of stock to jobbers.
Their work is equal in appearance and
superior in quality to Northern work.
They also keep on hand a fine stock of
northern shoes for gents, ladies and
children. There are now employed in
! the establishment, fifteen hands, and
it is in contemplation to increase the
force to thirty hands. The house, is
certainly superior to any siniilarenter
prise which has been in the country.
Pictures.
J. C & V. M, Burrow at 200 Main
street, have a large collection of pic
tures, and do the largest busineisof Un
kind in the South. They advertise in
800 papers, and publish a paper of their
own.
Job Printing
is done at the office, of the Bristol
News, in all styles, from the plainest
dodger, to the most elaborately colored
and shaded bills, cards, bill heads, let
ter heads, circulars &c. The motto of
the office, is "work done in citj' style,
at city prices," ami with this inscribed
upon its banner, the News has all of
the Job Work it can do, but is getting
ready 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. F. Kubnert &Son, who manu
facture an excellent article of pure
candy, and keep their counter supplied
with a nice article of cakes. They also
furnish outfits for wedding tables.
KNTKKrnisKS not advertised in the
Acre,' can be inserted in this column
at a fair price in money.
Tirisfol Advertisements.
rUT" OLD a,
IN
LARG E Q IT AX TIT I ES.
GAUDIES MANUFACTURED
iieke, and also a full srriM.Y
Fvcucfi Candies,
J 'it Is, 7itfisits, Fi'fs,
iCc, arviviiir rrjuhtrly.
Baking done to order.
UAKL'RS BREAD funnslad and
WEDDING CAKES bahed andvbean
tifully iced and ornamenctl on shori
notice.
E. Kuhnert & Son.
SOUTH-W ESTE UN V I ll(i IN I A
I-ROTsf WORKS.
HA VINO recently returned from a trip, for the
pur pone of .!.; tinfr all late improvement in
Marliinery nt the North, re are xiw prepared to
inakn and furnish the following Machinery and lui
pK'iiiente: Stationary and Portable Engines, Cir
cular haw Mills, urist and Mv Mill
(.ieariug, .Sorghum Mills, Tobacco
Fixtures, Horse Powers, Thrash
ing; Machines, Superior Smut
Machines, Bark Mills, Wool
Carding Machines, Pick
ers, Plows ami Points, of the
most approved Patterns, Railings,
Columns, Stoves, Building Fronts,
Cast Windows, and Door Fr lines, Sor
ghum Boilers, Ac. '
The attention of MIL1.-WRI0 UTS l particularly
inviteil, as we will pnt n p
MILLING MA CHINE RY,
suitable for every variety of Water and Meam
Power lliat thev mav prefer. Merchants In this and
the adioinine cornlies will be supplied itli
PLOWS AND POINTS,
New Toik Premium X. 3 and 4, Bradley's, L Iv
iiiiftmi'g and Kill Sid Plows of all sizes.
Old Iron and Copper taken i'i Exchange for Oant
ins. We are Mannfaclnreie1 Acenta lor the sale of
French Kaiir UI1 Stones, Bolttns;, flowers and
Reaper ; together with any other Machinery wan
ted that we do not make.
Best quality of J'lu.'lr kept constantly on hand.
A Teweuty Horse Engine ard Circular Saw Mill now
for sale LO II; alxo one Forty-ix inch Circular
Saw.
J. B. BARltETT & CO.,
Wvtheville, Va
M rural. B. PHXN k CO., Bristol, Tenn., are
our agents for sale nf all goods kept by us.
aWrehll. lS70.-tf. J B. BilRRTT It Co.
DEVAULT & GRUBBS
DEALERS IN
Groceries and Pro
visoins, WHOLESALE & RETAIL MER
CHANTS, Will sell Groceries cheap for cash o
Countrj Produce.
We have on hand a large lot of Farai
anil Extra Flour Choice brands.
Give us a call at Harmeling's build
ing MAIN STREET
BRISTOL, TENN.
We have adopted and will strict
ly adhere to the Cash SYSTEM,
Mar. 31, lSH.-Cm,
Ul!
PAtEXT MEDICISES.
R Ft R.
RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
In from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ORE HOUR
after reading this adrertbttnent ceod anyone
6CFFEB wrrn paix.
ITADWAT'S EEAItT RKLIEF 13 X CVBE F0K
EVERY I-AIK.
It was the first and is
Tlio Only Pain Remedy
tint lntantly stop the met excnielaUntr pains, alia vs
Inflammations, and cure Contention, whether of the
Lung. Stomach, Bowel, or other glands or orgaas, by
one application.
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINTTE3.
no matter how rlolent or fxcrnclatlng the pafn the
KFlEPHVriO, Bed ridden. Infirm. Crippled. Nervous,
Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may suffer.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Wrr.L AFFORD INSTAVTEASE.
INFLAMMATION- OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATIOS OF THE BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OK THE BOWEf.fl.
CONOESTIOS OF THE LUNG a
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BKEATHINO.
PALPITATION OF THE IIEART.
nTSTERICS, CROUP. UlrTHERIA.
CATARRH, INFLUENZA.
nEADACHE. TOOTHACHE.
NKURAL0.LI, RHEUMATISM.
COLT) Cmi.LS. ACUE CHILLS.
The application of the Ready RelleTto the pert or
part.n when the pain or difficulty exists will afford easa
and Comfort.
Twenty drop In halfti tnmbler of water will In a few
moments cure CRAMPS. SPASMS, SOUR STOMACH,
HKARTBURN, SICK IIF.APAt'HE, DIARRHOEA,
DYSENTERY. COLIC, WIND IN THE BOWELS,
ami all INTERNAL PAINS.
Travelers should alwavs carry a battle of llad
irar'i Ready Itrllei witn them. A lew drops in
water will prevent sicknr er pains from change nf
water. It is better than French Brandy or Bitters as a
stimulant.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE enred for fifty cents. There J
not a remedial agent In this world tlrat will core Fever
and Ague, and all other Malarious, Biloas. Scarlet,
Tvphoid. Yellow, and other Fevers aided bv R.AD
WAV'it PILLS so quick as RADWAY'S READY RE
LIEF. Fifty cents per bouts.
HEALTH ! BEAUTY!!
STRONfJ AND PURE RICH BLOOD-TVCREASR
OK FLESH AND WKIOHT CLEAR SKIN AND
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL
DR. RADWAY'S
Sarsaparilliaxi Besolvent
YHE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTONTSnrXfJ CURES: FO
OUICK. SO RAPID ARE THE CHANGES, THE
BODY UNDER! tOES, UNDER TH3 INFLUENCK
OK THIS TRULY WONDERFl J, MEDICINE,
THAT
ail Wilt is Seen aii Felt
Erery drop of the FARSAPAR1LLIAN RESOL
"EST communicates through tlie Blood. Mweat. Urine,
Hiiil other Fluid! and juices of the system the vigor f
life, for It repairs the vaes of the body with new ami
otuid material, ricroiutu, Svuhilts. Consumption,
Glandular disease. Ulcers In the throat, Mouth. Tu
mors. Nodesiu theOlaudaand other parts of the system.
Sore Eyes, Strtuuurous discharges Irom Ihe Ears, and
the worst forms of tiiii dieaes, Eruptions, Fever
Sores, Scald Head. Ring Worm. Salt Rheum. Eryslpela",
Acne, Black Spots, Worms In the Flesh, Tumors, Can
cers in the Womb, and all weakening nnd painful dis
charges. Night Sweats, Loss of Sperm nnd all wastes of
the life principle, are within the rurntivc range ol this
wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a tew days' ne will
Srovetoany person using it for either of these fcniu of
iee its potent power to cure them.
If the patieut, dally becoming reduced hy the wastes
and decomposition that is continually progressing, suc
ceeds in arresting these wastes, and repairs the raiue
with new material made from Iiealthv blood and litis
the SARSAPARILLIAN will and does secure a euro
is certain; tor when once this remedy commences its
work of purification, and succeeds In diminishing tho
loss of wastes, its repairs will be rapid, and every day
the patient will feel himself growing better and stronger,
the food digesting better, appetite improving, and tleslt
end weight increasing.
Not only does the SsRSAFARtitiASJ Resoitftt eTcel
II known remedial Kents in i he cure of Chronic. Scro
tulos. Constitution;!'., and Skiu diseases; but it U tho
only positive cure fur
r Kidney & Bladder Complaints,
Urinary and Womb diseases. Gravel. Diabetes, Dropsy,
Stoppage of Water. Incontinence of Urine. Bright's Iis
eae. Albuminuria, and in ail cases where there are
brick dust deposits, or the water is thick, cloudy, mixed
with substances like the while of an egg, or threads like
white silk, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious appear
ance, and white bone-dust deposits, and when there is
a pricking, burning sensation wlien passing water, and
pain in the Small of the Back and along the Loins.
Tumor of 12 Years' Growth
Cured by Hadway's Resolvent,
DR. RADVAY'S
PerfecIFiirptiYe&EeplatifliPills
perfectly tnstclcs". elegantly coated with sweet cm,
purge, regiilsie. purity, cleanse and strengthen. Kad
wav"s fills, fur the cure of alt disorders of the stomach.
Liver. Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder. Nervous Disease,
Headache. Constipation, Costiveness, Indigestion. Dys
pepsia, Biliousness, Bilious Fever, Inflammation of ihn
Bowels, files, and all Derangements of Ihe Internal
Viscera. Warranted to elfect a positive cure. Purely
Vegetable, containing no mercury, uiiuemU or deleteri
ous drugs.
. A lew doses of RADWAY'S TILLS will free the sys
tem fro in all the alKive named disorders. Price, 25 cents
per Box. POLD BV DkUWSISTS.
READ "FALSE AND TRUE." (Send one letter
stamp to RADWAT A CO.. No. S2 Warren St., New
York. Information worth thousands will be sent you.
tV. 11 1.
vtct stJ CLOTH IX Witrf.Jo
" J.A.BUCKNER
with
WEI3EHFIELD & CO.
Wliolesnlc Clotlrieis,
AND
Jobber of rloths, Cafslmcref, Testing,
A XI)
Goods adapted to Men's 11 'car.
aiti Baltimore SI.
15ALTIM011E, MD.
Jan. 12. ly.
B.
B. P.
BOOT and SHOE
FACTORY-
mm
202 MAIX STREET
At tiik .Sign of the
Big Boot.
LOOK ATTI1ESE PRICES,
AM THEN COME AND
SEE OTTE. SX-QGK.
o
ME 'S SHOES Pegjcd.
Brogan Shoes fcl 75 to hi 0.1
Kip - ? So to :t on
Caf S 00 to 3 .V
French Talf Gaitnrs ft 00 to ft An
French Kip Oaiters ......3 on to : ,V
Freoth (Vif Stitched Gaiters. 6 00 to !k
Boots, stitched, lo 00
Calf Knot, French.. 7 Ai to S no
Calf Hoot, American a 00 to 60
Kip H'.ot, Ainelican...... 6 00 to 9 in
Hinmon Boot 4 00 to S 00
Stitrhed.down Brogan 2 73 to 3oo
LADIES'
Finest 1-thread Lasting G.-odp 2 7.1
' Morrnco Goat i So to J 7.'i
Oil-dressed Goat 2 75
Kid 3 00 to 3 :a
' French Calf 2 75 to 3oo
GfcXTS"
Fine Calf "altera , .....473
Shoes....... ...3 00 to 3 5o
All Wouk
Pkopoetiox.
c
So you ee for yourselves, that prieu
hare been greatly reduced, Ths reduction
amounting lo at least 25 per cent, on those
of 1873.
We ore putting up, on an average, 30
pairs of Shoes nd DooU per day, and are
compelled to pell them low.
GOOD PRODUCE always talksn a Cash,
at Cmjb rate, and il l. work wirraxtkp.
3yGentlemen or Ladies will please not
send their children or servants for either
new or repnireJ work, without sending the
money, unlet1 there be a special under
standing between us. For we positively
Cannot sell oo Credit.
0. W. FROST k Co.
jlpnlll-tf.
Patent Jfcdicincs-.
Dr. .T. Walker's California Tin
Cgar Hitters av a purely Vcctablo
preparation,, made chiefly from the na
tive hci ha found on the lower ranges of
the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, the medicinal properties of which
are extracted therefrom without the use
of Alcohol. Tlie question is almost
daily asked, '-What is the cause of the
i:np:inilirlfi pueress of Vixkoai: HlT
Ti:i:sf'T Our nnswrr is. that they remove
the cause of disrasc. and the patient re
covers his health. They are the great
blood purifier and a lire-giving principle,
a perfect lfeuovator ami Invigorator
of tho pystem. Never leforc in the
history of tlie vorM has a luetlicine heon
comnmimleil possess!! 1.2 the rcmarkahlo
qMtihtiiM of Vis eh a k l'.iTTKiix in lieulin? the
sick of every i'uimsi; niiiit is heir to. They
are a p'rule l':i"ir-i!ive us vt-11 as a Tunic,
relieviiiir Ctnnriii; "V Inll.tnimftTion of
ti.e Liver Vi.-ieml Organs 1:1 IJilions
The inrqieriiM ( f D:i. Walkek's
Vi-vkgai: I : in-k us iitv A pt-rieiit. 1 iiijhovctie,
Caniiinative. Nutritious. Laxative. Dinretic,
Sedative. Ci.tinter-Irritant Sudorilie, Altera
tive, and Anti r.ilinus.
Clratefui Thousands proc'.aimTrs.
egar IiirrERS the most wonderful In.
vigorant that ever sustained tha sinking
system.
No Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones are not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
repair.
Bilious. Remittent antl Inter
mittent levers, which are so preva
lent in the valleys of our great rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas, lied, Colorado, Brazos, liio Grande,
Tcarl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, Jamos, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during tho Summer and
Autumn, antl remarkably so during sea
sous of unusuaL heat and dryness,' arc
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements of the stomach and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow
erful inlluence upon these various or
gans, is essentially necessary. There
is no cathartic for "the purpose equal to
Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar Hitters,
as they will speedily remove the dark
colored viscid matter with which the
bowels are loaded, at the same time
stimulating the secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring the healthy
functions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the body against disease
by purifying all its Hinds with Vinegar
Hitters. No" epidemic can take hold
of a system thus forc-armcd. j
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, TTc.nl- j
ache, l'ain in the Shoulders, Coughs, ,
Tightness of tlie Chest, Dizziness. Sour j
Eructations of the Stomach, Had Taste j
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, I'alpita- i
tation of the Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Tain in the region of the Kid
ncys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, are the offsprings of Dvspcpsia. !
One bottle will prove a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
ment. Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Uli ers, Erysipelas, Swelled Xetk,
Goitre, .Scrofulous Inflammations. Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial jMIcctinns, Old
Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes. etc.
In these, as in nil other constitutional Dis
eases, AVaLKKR'S YlXKOAIl BlTTKUS ll.tVO
shown their great curative powers ill tho
most obstinate and intractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Kcmit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of
tho Jilooil, Liver, Kidneys nnd Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such .Diseases
are caused hy Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. rersons en
gaged in Baints and Minerals, such as
J'lumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, and
Miners, as they advance in life, are subject
to paralysis of tho Bowels. To guard
ngainst this, take a dose 'jf Walker's Vix
euar Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tet ter,
Salt-lthcuni, Blotches, .Spot?, liinples,
Bustules, Boils, Carbuncles, King-worn'.?,
Scald-head, Sore Eye?. En'nipelas. Itch,
Scurfs. Discoloration of the Skin, II amors
antl Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
or nature, are literally dug up nnd carried
out of the system iu a short time by the use
of these Bitter3.
Tin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurkinft in the svstem of so many thousands,
are ellectually destroyed and removed. 2Co
system of medicine, no vermifuges, no nn
thelminitics will free the system from worms
like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, nt the dawn of wo
manhood, or the tnm of life, these Tonic
Bitters display so decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever you find its impurities bursting through
tho skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores;
cleanse it when yon lind it obstructed nnd
sluggish in tho veins ; cleanse it when it is
foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep
the blood pure, and the hcakh of the system
will follow.
it. 11. McDonald & co.,
Dnippists nml Gen. A trts.. San Francixco. Ciilifornm,
and cor. nf WiwMnirton niul (,'hnrlton St.. X. Y.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers.
Nov. 4th 1878. ly
Compion's Surprise Potatoes
K""J POUNDS grown from 1 lb. of eed
----- planted. The wonderful produc
tiveness of this new potato, yielding nt the
rate of 82f bui-l.els per acre, with its fine
eating imnlity, its freedom from disease, and i
being ami extra good keeper, render it one
of the mot!t ralnnhle sorts ever grown. '.Mir
stock was grown from seed purebnfed direct
rom Mr. t."oiupton, at the cjet of $160 j,er
bushel, last season. Price 1 lb, for 7"c, 3
lbs. for $1.50, one peck $3.00, half bushel
$3 00, one bushel $12.00
W B. KELLY & CO,
March 3 1ST4. tf.
B. T. Babbitt's
Purs
Ccncsntratsi Potash.
OR LYE,
Of Double the Strength of any other
Saponifying Substance,
1 brn recnty perfected a new mrthod nf luck
ing my Fi.tanh. r I.y, a-td mi puckiin It only
ID Balls, th editing of which will aoiiify, and
inea not lnjnre tha Si-np. It in packed in i,xe
containing 24 and 4ft lb. Hal!. and in no other way.
Direction In Kngti'h and (i-rimm. for making
hard and anft loap with this lVlajth, accompany ing
eacl: ackag.
B. T. BABBITT,
i to St H.blnKtn St., X. Y.
HOME LIFE
IH THS 3I3L3.
By the anthor of ".VinriT Scr. is rut Pijii
and -Oca Father's Hocie," of whicU mraly
M,Wbt hten aHd. Koxt Lita" )a Aim.
niendei by iflirrlntcM of all cbnrchex "ihe anthor
beat book,' "full of precion thtaugbtn," "TrStha
preelnns ai sem," "i ehoiee book for every fam
ily," c. Kteel enjrmTinK, rce tinted psp-r, ri-n
binding and for rapid aale iinnnlla.t. A(i:.N I S
Yuiic Men. Trwhn atnei llrriomrn,
wanted in erery eounty ; t;5 to 109 ier uiJtuh.
SauA for rircnlar.
ZKIGLKK A M'Cl'RDT.
IfsrlO 3m. iji Aiek St.. I'lijUdrlrbia.ra
HOLSTON SALT & PLASTER CO.
MANUFACTURERS OP
Salt, Plaster and FERTILIZERS,
Respectfully leg leave to coll the attention of tLc Ftiin.fra of this and 11
other Southern States to their superior Fertilizer, n iigjtiui; of Liyrir Itl
GROUND PLASTER of PARIS, or GYPSUM, a well known and
prized fertilizer foi Grain, Gra; and Cotton! nnd the JlOLSTOS r n?
rtivf.-ri ti ts r t m r f . w tt
i2hJtsi" of
ltlmiM J- JJ4 J M JM j m .Ski
SALT and WOOD ASHES;
Slijr.s; wmcu
scale.
In order to introduce these FERTILIZERS Ir.to mere general us? f( .j.
confident that a trial is fill thut la necessary to insure their preference, 'we har
determined to offer tLeui for this esisou at the foiicwing extrcznelj JoV fricj
Rock $A.CO ptr Ion.
Xo. 1. Half Planter and half Salt - - - $ 14 .(lO ptT Tnn
No, Half Plaster 1-4 Salt and 1-1 ii wd Asia $ l.VO per Toy 9
The GROUND TLASTER and FERTILIZERS nre rut v.p fn sfrcrir rP
sacks of eonve lient size for handling; and all are loaded on the oar fVer
These FERTILIZERS were used with went success throtrghout the Southed
fetates, during the last season on era
corrros, tohacco, wheat, inr axx crosses,
and we ofler them to the public with full confidence in tl i lr S'TriTOF.,
- wiv. VL.11.tf V ... IIV i.kiri vi'El.
30-tf.
Hbi Earte Hcnss.
ZooAr Ollt for the TAaVLOCAVI
ti. it r r T7 a r r.- rvrt it
UardH ttre, Cutlery,
Old dominion Iron
a?idJ aits, Steel, An
vils, fiction's , Wagon
fTAgent For RUSSELL & C'O'S
r . , m, .. ,
manufacture of Thrashing Eeapiug anJ
Jk0Win
Keep constantly on hand :t stock
ofRenuirs. Siii of the PADLOCK,
.
jNw (j James li.'ock,
Rristol, Tenn.- -P.
U. FKIIUSOX.
Mt 2 tf. -Charged h:!y P
FOIt SAfiK A'" THK
15
? !
Bristol, Tenn.,
T L'.S T re.-ei ved :i frrlt vv.jt.U of IMirr
IIx Strife l.fii.' V:,il- I.e.i.l- i-i i:k
"0 lloxt'i Vi:iil.uW Ohici, all t'vixt.
300 U.s l-utty.
iO 1.1, Spanib'i Wlptinpr.
I' Do.ou I'niiit nnti White vr-nii "ftthhen.
H'( 0 If iv:tni Seg::rr-.
Lnilies' nnd tleitt's .Sliotthfer Rraee!.
ftO;) giilloni Oil nnd Vi.mi.-heH.
'til' I 1'is (.'iilors. Jrv nml in t il nil s!i i.'i'- i
' '
Keep eonstaiitly ftilmnd Co .1 Oil of 1 1 J
tet ; w;ti-i-:irtte-i not to exj'Io!i'.
rnv-ifuvs w'.ll fin.l my ht-ek of I)ki i;t
:ind Mrl'M inks, fii'i-h Mild Ah rtne n can I f
hail, ;ib I only luty lti u first cl ins ln.iis-s.
Pure Wine and Lienor fr nieilicinal
pttrioMH. Pie. ci i tious -inij.oiiii.K'd at til'
liotirn, :in I of 'tire Drnwy.
j. . rLpmit.
Feh. IS, '7j. tf. K
CANCER CURED
r
DR. HEBERM LAFLI.M.
Of 'hs.::ii:o, 111., vho has ni:ile fJmicrvH
a cpeeiality for Tm"' NTV VKAtiS, nsrK no
Klltf'e, an l Ihe patient if not depleted while
treating, Tho iiliiicted can see the llix tor
at the Wnshinton House. I.jnchbunr, Va.
A ( I R1j ALW4VS CI AIS IX
TKEI). AT
THS NEW CORNER
OF
11 w tilmkki Street
Wk are now n-oiMvitur dail' from
Xew York, our new tttoi-k of
SP..ING A!ZD SUitlHER GOODS
i
which we are prp'jnret! to sell at the J
very Lowest Ca-U Ib ices
v invite our friend ari l the pti'o
lie generally to iall uml ixamine our;
stock; we assure them we bought
them to e!l, and wijl five every ail- '
vantage jnwsih!e to slnjrr.
i sk r . a . m . a . m - m t
v iiiiriiu iu ncii our jfOxiv
for r.isii or inonui;i: paid
I)OW. and hive rptltiood our prices
to suit, the credit ytroi having play
ed out )
Come and sop n. Iiring on j-our
Puoi.rr. K and Moxky, and get the ad
vantage of lovr nriff!.
Mr. Wm. A. Wolforo i.- now with
us and reiiuests his friends to call and :
see him. aidl5-4t. i
WM.MENZEL&SON,
AJL OKXERAL ritODUCE
COM M IS ION M YAl C 1 1 A N TS.
P. O. Box, .rSG0. No. 40 Cetlar Street. ;
corner WUliaiu street,
XEW YORK.
Solicit consignments of Ginsenjr, Feathers,
Beeswax, lr:ed Fruit, Furs, !iiieoa Uoot,
Metals, Kas. flassecd, ke., &c, &c, &c.
Prompt and enreful attention girea to all
shipments, and aocount sales with rentitt
tance rendered ou all sales without delay.
17 Kw- Yobs P.rrEitEXCF.fi. Marine Nation
al limit ; Seventh War ! National Bnlc,
Messrs. Halloa RTF.v & Co.. as '
mpeetable aierchants throughout Virginia j
nd Teunessee. j
Jan. 20, K7 '
iaassz.tg.j.,, - - r-
PLASTF.R ffmiSALT; nnd PLAyVirT
m aCTFI? ittil att. ...
uu - y are now inaBuiacturlrff tiinu tstlrT
Ground $S.CO per 7p.
F. B. HURT,
General Supf.
TTIRGISIA H3LT2S.
L (formerly Piice'i Hotil,)
MAIN STREET, ADINGD0X. V.i.
The Proprietor L is opene-J at tins phvic v
Fir?t-Cl;ud llorel for the tu-eomrif Waticn of
Suinmer Huarileru miJ :he trrtrelinj j-uMIc.
Fare good as ttia count v nfforJi. lloird ter
Ja.r.
A ciinfnrt'iMe OmnihiM f.jr th fccimnm
Jition of paxciict.rs and cit;7ens will nieut
.nU tra.in.-.
t ...V1""" WAUGIL rroyrict-ir.
7 1
WALLER P. TINSLEY,
ARCHITECT & BUILDER.
Office in Reynolds' Tobacco Facto
ry. Four (h St reft
!
WILL furtiirh tlet?ign.. iin.lertik r,
. ,,enterH W(rk nI11, uirnWlu,uJrXn
"ir;d. and Sui ei intend t!.e Pnvtiwi
Ketei' tn.lus. i. Iloe, I ! :i . S. K. I i-(.m,'.
I Mj. Klettou m.J lr. . .fj":.st,."
j Oilot .'o , Va., aud M. .. 0. Keviid I
i..: i t
Ui istol, Tenn.
tpi il 7, 1874. 1 v.
gT. JAMKS HOTEL
;i.V.....r1!Bu.r.u.-.r.1t1r,ml,.i4VlKKi
irrciiMONn, viKfirxA.
T. W. IIOEXXKiEK. Pki.i-imktoi:
nxr no I U:t-trl:i!i Il.iti l, fi:rt!;.i.c I ir
1.74 roititl tinny in the l liitf 1 St.tus. l i e
Proprietor u.-uros c.ntit..tt tu tin- triuel.-n'
JJ-i?.'
! IMA Iil X l'( ) TJ X I ) I V
ma on in r: shop.
M.tJUn.Y, siH'tt v
All kimN i.r t':iri.ir- k -pt !im! ..r i . !
frfiii.f'T to .irl.-r. (IV 1.-.,,. v.iMy f
t'tittrrn rr V,t r w ,.. ,.,t inf ii. .,, ,,
r ".Ti..l atti,!j,. t tr,:,: br.n.rli ..f.,;r l,u-
j.i'i. k't:. tf. ti u. i!i"i)ti.: m i"
v. it m:kv!:v
l.nd 1.: ir. ;y ,i ,,.:.
W. H. DREWRY & CO.
Graver, i'nttmiin Miri-hunh.
AMD DEALERS IN LIQUORS
A O KXTS lt::TI!.- PATAl'Srn tilA...
' SycamDrj SlPelSFEtiin Ta
tt.- (..r)Ji,.il ji;ri,ri,iii lo nil Ius!im
j i'lir raft.
f -liifi
rr.t-il 1 1
7-.Hirr
TI
TUTS
1WISK t inform tlse pul.lii th;t I h:r.e'
ictiioveil my (.1 ice ot bit inc.-1. to
No. 2
ONE DOOR WEST OF JAMES CORSES
Bristol Tenn,
Where I will he picked to wait on all w!,
may f.iTor me with a call.
As the MOXKY PAX1C is still rapine
thin-part of the countrr. 1 will continue
Fell
WATCHES, Fine JEWELRY.
AXD THE BEST Of
Clocks,
nt rorre.'pon linr 1 w prices, until roasy
mutter ret : little easier.
Watch and Jewelry
R t P A I R I N G
tOXIX TIIK BrsT MANNER, AT TUB
LOWEST LIVIX'J
rracr.fi.
CAI.Lf.nd se me, w'iere mr ahn will
eTer to gi re entire SATISFACTION, nn t
please all. Thankful for past favors, 1
hope to receive share Of the tame ia t!;i
future.
RESPFCTFULLV
V. Doriot.
Alareli J, le73. tf.
Respectfully
infirm the citizen nf Rriatol Onotlnon, and nr
rouuiiiii( eoai.lry. Hint ,e bar oikJ a UntclM
Famify
orocery
ind frovisica
Store,
in Ihe Kohr bnildinK; oppoalt !
bp Stflr. bff w Intend lTU't ttitj'Dm
it, tb SiUtns ll.ir, meb as
Corrar, ?C7aa. Tea. JIutJi, Baco. ,,
Fffa. Hnjll5V. I.ad. Pickih. "
Eos, Cbackik. BrTTta, TirTf
tSolr. Ei. Sriea nissaa. -To.cco,
Ckias. B.irrr
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