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f 1 .1 BRISTOL NEWS TU Yiril ,f ,ki Tm T I. O. FOWLER buiutd im; Tuesday at 11.60 psr aa , or, If paid U advaaot 11.00. ; Tb Editor of thiwt U not rwpoMibU ' Bar wmom eiprssied by correspondeals. i JOB WORK TMtttl With ana di"Ptch BTair York prices. TUESDAY"."fEBRUArV 18, 1879. EVENT and OOMMEN'l. I A negro named Alex. McGill was "tanged at Shelbyvllle, Tenn., on the night of th 13tn, by a party of masked men. ' - Th im ittll no slims of the abate- "meut of the Plague In Russia. A mill Wv cordon has been ordered along tin entire course of the Volga to prevent , . the spread of the disease inAcm TiAYtur ItAi declared the net re- . V UUgV weia i MRllniy the charter of Memphis uneon f .HfufiAnni and has ftDDolnted a receiver f for the city. The Memphlans have . Jumped out of the frying-pan into the Are. Let the people of Bristol who wish t repeal of their charter tune warning t The city of Arlquipa, In 8outh Amurl- ' c, was visited by a severe earuiquaKc 01 I the 9th of January, causing great con ! tternatlon. Fortunately no great dam : age was done. Ben Butler on War Claims. lit the U. 8. Senate the other daj Butler raised quite a breeze by a ipoech in which he suid "he vat willing that the States should be put upon the name footing that the fathers of the Ik-public had put thno upon tn the war ot the Kevo lution, and that no claims, after rarinjt for the raising and recruit ing troops, should arise out of the war, except the claims of disable and maimed soldiers, and with determination dike that on the part of tut- people, both North and South, the day would not be far distant when a feeling of brother hood would take into the charge of the government the maimed aud disabled soldiers of the Southern army, remembering their courage and rallantry, and forgetting the mistaken judgment which made them fltrbt upon the side they did III was criticised by Mr. Kiel'er, of Ohio, who cited tho part relating to tlia pensioning of Southern sol diers, and asked whether he nruler atood him correctly. Mr. Dutler repliad : "I repeat that whenever the que' linn fi lit itamlutJnn Af ill TrfrMMurt l. Ihui I'ltlnii linvnr I think that the pity, the tiu 1 anlty of (he North will take oare of the maimed of ih waf, aiMl, if you wun to know it. J aee bo lunre reaaon why a t 'on ff1r- ate aoidier, maimed and crtiihd In the b.nnl dUtcuertte of what tie le llaaed to ba his dutv abuuhl not be eJenaral who honiaatly helleved lie aa Juiug iiieuuty, miouiu ne put mm lUpublioan Cedilnet (Oeneial i'lauae and dapping of hundi mi lb )uiooratlo tide. Tub iinoxville Jkibcke is one of tho lircet dailies that comes to our table. It is ally edited, and on of tho staniichcet di iiioerHtie lapors in Tennessee. Asa news paper, it stands in the front rank. As a home paper, it has no supe rior. It stands np boldly and bat tlci for tho rights and interests of the lection of country in which it is published. Beo. Ward, of the Abingdon Viroinun, lias ranch Improved tho appearance ot hia enterprising and valuable paper, by adding new type and material to his ofllce. The Viroinun is one of tho bold est and most outspoken readjusting papors in tho Southwest. 1 l.j Judge; natter n the. Memphis J end 1 IIaxtkr has dug up tho Mem plila repealing act by the roots already. On Wednesday, In pronouncing the de cree apM)lnllng a Receiver for the clly, replying to an application made by Judge Mchlalck In lwhalf of the German Na tional Hank, tho Judge declared) The Mate of Tennessee created a municipal corporation, aud tt created debts and acquired aescts. The legislature abol ished this corporation and appropriated to the State the assets of the corporation. 1 his court Is bound to administer the law, and the act of the legislature In the tire- mlcs Is a violation of the constitution of the Wale and of the United (Mates. The act la Invalid, and the court so declines it. It Is an act Impairing the obligation of contracts. This court has a right to tsku possession of the asset of the cor poration and turn them over to the re ceiver. Hie Kernian national bank and the city treasurer will have time to die their answer. The funds will not be dis tributed before such answers are made. Ho far hi this court has any power It will protect any cltlacn against the Ktate court hi dcinaudlug double payment. 8I1011M this court go wrong, the Rnprrme court of the I'nlted Stales, In which ho Imped all MMple had cunfldeuoe, would correct fti error, VOLUME XIV. BRISTOL, VIRGINIA & TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, For lh lUwi. KndlfMS Variety uid Ex pert a- lion. Let ua look on the boundless uni vetse of mind and matter. The soul inatinctievly anticipates endless vari etv and expects to find It on every hand. Inexplicable asia the fact, there la no hope iu the soul that In its end leas being it will be fully satisfied with any single thing in the universe but G"d. And then there fa another Cict. couallv inexplicable. The soul when once it knows and lovea any thine, looks not for its like, hi every thing else, but. retaining possession of it, passes on in diligent search of other cotiMial objects. Every step in its endless progress retaininc singularly vivid, tender and distinct impressions of all it ever knew mid loved before, to be revived as occasion shall require in its future history. Again : when ence we possess any desirable object, we ore unwilling to part with it till we nnve exhausted all its exc 1'pDce ; and its excellence ih considered ii. exhaustible, we de ire to possess it forever; tube depriv ed of it would be regarded as an in conceivable loss, whatever else in number and in excellence might re mam to us in the universe and 'n eternity And so. If e could imag ine everv created thing, annihilated it is eaav to aee 'at immense, and Immeasurable blank would ensue Indeed if we could Imagine ourneil as existing atone with God in eternity tt ia easv to see ,nal l' e absence of all objects of tb" subordinate aff- ect'onate profoti"0 ... ...l.t .M aiin. in t'od a 1111- modiate nresence we oil Id feel W if K. M 10 assure ua that he wou'd restore to ua all lho-e oh. ects In a word ever.v irdivK'ual thine la atamp-d w'th i own ti.enti. tv so cleaHv and d'tii'Ctty tliat, when once fullv known t ei.nnol he AaA mtU anvthil'E eNo ill the tioivewe. Thus it "eems the a..! t. dnt! m an li,noii.' anety tt Li n- Wi-e. and an infi"''e "riei J tho lirccress o( tt. Inlnr. haloff 'it i oh "OHM B Ull Ivewe of endlets variety of subjects is reniitred to fulfil their i.ob' 1.4 -u.t t.... Jnut what e .hould have-nameiy. endless variety. Tn naiiir ih!a vnriptv is firNt percep- likU. I.lo fnr Bamn)p. 1 1.0 SOUL'S of the prove; we ditinpnih thou sand varieties. Pome birds '1,ve sirgte note and each a diffi-rei't "' from the rest. Oth ra have fw and simple stralna. and no two of the class are alike : some are complete. and iiionotopv ia onlv occasional; some are sinpu'srlv soft and sweet, ai'd o.hera loud ai d clear, and oth ers shrill and niercW. and others rich and twrc'rip, and others wild and rartlinr and others harsh and discordant, and other r'ch and roa Untie. Pome are tender and palhet. c ai d ot'f joou and lively, and nthpra anlw"iied and nlaiplive, and otber serene a d iileaaant. AH have their s'pnaU of alarm and noiea of distresa. their strains of de lik-ht. and their tones rf afTection. And al' ate aa varied n their p'um aye aa tbev are In tbe'r sonpa. Tskw for example the flowers of the field. Kioin the lovelv violet to the lofty iiiagim'lM the lorm, the sire of the floer. the reiaU.. the tlnia on the IH'tals. and the shaditip of t'ie tints variety is endless, and we know not a here to commence, nor where to end, At d the fragrance la ss va ried as the flowers, take for exam pie the fruits of the earth. Every clime and every eaaon has Its own ptoduction, each with Its dlat.inot flowers i the variety la almoat en dies and nameless, Take other examples. the animals of the forest, the insect of the air, the d-.l.c of the sea , and the si ella of the shore. The mot pli-tidid Intellectual abilities have been engaged in arranging these in ois der, and tet erals, and species, and varieties anomalies! and yet no nat uralist has snnnunoed that be has reached the utmost limits of disten tion or fully explored the bounds of ns'iire. And so In science wnicii ts the interpretation of the laws of na ture. Each science has Ita own dis tinctions! and though for ages new facts and new principles have been discovered Ir every department of science and some new science, ever and a n on ia constructed, and occa sionally some mighty Intellect as that oi Netnu, in the case of gravi ty, discovers a general law (hat en lirges the boundaries of human knoaledue, et tnan continues hia search for new subject of snaltsis and classification hoping to discover complexity In aln pllcity. and believing- that endless variety la con. tallied In the hatintinv and unity of things, And so In ait, which is the application ot the laws and piltu-l- p'esdf science, Here the simple, the complex, the besn lfol, the ele gant, the gorgeous, the trsnd, the useful, we ssy nothing of useless are crowded Into social lif with a rich aid boundless profusion, and the field ol Invention la supposed In be endlesa. Thus man, commencing with nature makes hia path through science and art and returns to him e'f j s splendid journey truly, if msn he considered aa nearly, on the bor der-land of being, hut mournful, If all this variety concentratea nil! mately upon the moment of existence e spends in the companionship of earth j while the aenaea of man find endless variety in material thitiL" and every sense has a thousand diff erent object a, there is another world in which we live, the spiritual which is wholly its own in which nothing m iterial exists,' and in which variety la as end lee aa in the mate rial world. The songs of birds, aod the birds, the tints of flowers, and the flowers, the leaves ol the forest. and the animals of the fiejd, the in sects of the air, the fishes and shells of the sea, the minerals of the earth from the rudest tn the most polish ed and beautiful. ni.d the forms. and faces, and manners, and tastes of men are not varied thun the clisr acteristics of mind in the spiritual world. P. R. To be Coiitinuxl.) Are nil Inlanta Saved? Ihia was auhstuntiallv the ques tion diecusscd last Monday by the Baptist Ministers' Conference. The eshijist and so many ot hia bretl in as spoke took the popular view that all infants are saved. Ihit on what grounds are they thus saved? J'heii sinless character, it was said. Th n of course, it becomes possible to he saved without faith in Christ, for in fants cannot exercise such faith. And if this be possible tor infants, why should it not he equally possi ble for adults at least some adults, the heathen for instatce. who never heard of Christ? This waa the rock whereon the hiethren broke, because they were beta pen it and ano'hei namely, faith in the future life. If every soul born in the world must be saved by an exercise of faith ia the iSiviour and iiifnms cannot exercise faith in tins life will ihey have an opportunity to do so in the We be yond the grate? And if infants uie allowed this opportunity may it n. ii be granted to adults alsi'?iii.til, aa one brother declared, tut one shall lie cniidemed unit: he or she has hud a cliNtice to accept n- reject Clitist. A Christian physii inn sends to the IJfcH AI D a (omiiiuiiicatioii on this im portant question, which he thinks in volve paieutal accountability. The 8 riptures declare that the sins of the father shall be visited iu the children to the third and fourth gen erations, and every student of phyv steal law knows this to bo a fict. And in view o'' this our correspon dent raises the question. If physicaN ly and moially the minor iu herns the proclivities ol the parent in this life, why may it i ct carry those proclivi. ties over into the t ext In? And does not the condition of tho child at birth rest specifically with the pa rent? And ia this not couaistaut with the entire freedom of the hu man mind? II God'a government was Confined to this life, and the final judgdiueni were to be decided here. well nimbi we doubt the justice ot God If any soul is levond the f T ' t a reach of Divine influence, for good he is a l'tsl being ; aud whatever soul is brought into harmoi y with the Di vine will, ml. cr in this life or in the next, is ssved. Our coi respondent asks who can sa that the salvation or diminution ot'iufan a and heatl.en is decided in this life, except so far ss the charac ter of the being tends to evil or to g .. ,ur n o ua-miia iat . i aner urniii 10 1111a or tor u'ner uo t- tion! But if ti e moial or immoral proclivities of the being at death de cide the case for htm in the other life, why muy not the infant born of parents deeped in sin till continue tliroughcut all eternity to be a warn lug to all bemga now or to comer This, to be sure, la an agonizing question for parents to consider, but is not the question ol the atonement snd the salvation of souls a btoader question than this life can demon atratef J he heathen, who never heard of ChrM, is still under moral iiiflueace, aud his tendency may be to a perfect life ( aud when he shall stand with all the myriads of beines who h"Ve been born or created be fore the great judgement sent of Christ may he not know for the first lime? And may not that infant who died In the horrible sins of his pa rents he justly put ameiig those irre deemable onus whoso whole make up is without the pale of moral influ ence" Our correspondent cava he has sreo men In this world whnae eharaciera were so horribly watped that it will be a miracle of miracles it l hey shall ever come under Divine Ii fluences eliher in this life or the tile to conic, (le thinks they may he ied in the go eminent of God soiiit whai ss we u-e criminals ayiiitiat the rev. 1 Hu nt si d peace ol snoe'y. It is a cotnfnittcg thought that when the InlaMs of pteits who have livid moral st.d Chris'lim livrs. snd whose nneestots for generations lived slttr the same pattern, when thev die that they ate ssved by means it the good chars :tcr of those pa rents and the good unineiioo mat meet tbim on the threshold of eter nity, II, as this christian physician thins, slid as others Hunk also, the Salvation of our litCe ones is so de pendent upon the conduct of the pa rents before their children's birth it Is liltih time for psrenW to be con slderlng the q' estioO In that light. and habituating themselves to thins and set in such a manner as to de velop the best trails in their ckildrtn. -A', r. llrahh Probnbly Hnisntionnt. Courier-Journal, 10th: We have re ports fM'in Tei'iiesspe end Mississippi which aie calcutHied to products ureal apptebetisloii. They are to the fleet I tint tliiruitf the last two or three weeks there hate lueti in these States a number of cane of yellow fever and some (hatha. It is believed thrills ease has len caiiwd by the oisitiier- nietit and removal of the remains ofj persona who ditd last summer of the ' f ver. II lias nereioiore neeli neiieveu thai It was impoesib.p for yellow fe er to flint when the m rcury bail reach ed the freezing poilit.'and If the Kern a of the disease have not Iihpii efleclllal ly destroyed tV 'he aev.rdy fieixinu wi ather of ibis winter, much uueasl i ess ia naturally tell as to what will be the consequence next Summer. SIiiKiilnr. "It'a berry singltir," remarked Undo I Joe Johnson, as he luid down the morn Ing paper and reflectively surveyed the toes of hia list slippers as they reposed , on the gunnl-bar of the cylinder stove, j "It's berry slughir dat ef a 111:111 lives to lie obe.r fifty, an' cumulates stumps, and ' diesgen'aliy ndniired an' 'spected, dat one-half ob hia survlvin' freus is n'tnost sai'tnin to prove in de courts tint he was of unsouii' min', an' dat ho wasn't, lit, in Ills later years, to plan out a v'y'ge for u mud scow. But you'll flu' de pa pers full ob stories oh ole fellnrs dat die 'bout a hundred y'aTs ole in de poor house, an' (ley la nl'ays seiiserhul to de las' !" and Uncle Joe shook his bend sol emnly, as If there were some things in tills world which modern science hits not yet Investigated. How He Cured Tlicni. Many a congregation make it a pin t of their rellirlon to twist' their necks out of joint to witness the entrance of every person who passes up tlie aisle ot the church. i.eu.K o.r.co o , ..ue.ooon oy ,, turning practice lii his congregation, Mr. Dean stopped in his sermon and sni.l : "Now vou lUten to me. and I'll tell 1 I 1 A 1 - .11- you who the people ure as each one of tnem comes 111." lie then went on with his discourse until a gentleman entered, when he baw l ed out like nn usher: "Deacon A. who keeps n shop over the wav. ' He again went on with his sermon. when presently another man passed Into the aisle, and he gave his name, residence and occupation. So he continued for some time. At length some one opened the door who was unknown to Mr. Dean, when when he cried out: A little, old man, with dr;ih coat and nn old white hat. Don't know him ; look for yourselves." i lie congregation was cured. Mrs. John S. Tildcn, of New Bed ford, Mass., who eloped last spring with John F. Ilordcn, leaving her husband and family, writes penitently from Melbourne', Australia, that she would gladly return home if she could get away from Borden and had the means. . It is not believed that the bereaved husband will invest. .Tlie Joy ot Aniiclpotlon sweet spring will Spring, sweet, soon be here. The green grass will et-tiit ( Ka ttntin rluter no! I ba Umti. r Mimi mv avnv 1'iajii i i mini'- k'in gambo,. wmk (()VC . turtle to its mate; the young man s fancy will lightly turn to thoughts of I love; the bumble bee will bumble his first bumble the festive yellow jai kct I and the small boy will renew rela j tions; straw hats will come out; so j will dusters, white pants, strawbery I festivals, boils and campaign papers, ! and the spring poet will mo .nt the editorial stair with cheerful face and ten pounds of manuscript. Spring is at hand. M 0. limes. A sharp young fellow sold forty eight Bibles in Chicago by printing on the covers, "one thousand recipes for making handsome women." A mule's head docs not contain n brain capable of culture and refined rearing, but it is wonderful to what extent the other end of him can be reared. A volume In a line. At a temperance celebration In Newmarket, a lit tin lad appeared In the prwesslnn hearing a flag on which was Inscribed the following: "All's right when Daddy's sober." When Pei'lsmln Frsnklln arrived In Philadelphia ha calmly walked up the street with a leaf of bread under his arm. Bui he couldn't do It now a days, fotiiel ndy would at-al Ida bread before lie got half a block awny from lie. river. That was an unfortunate, fatal song they started some years ago. 'Tramp tramp, Iramp, the bovs are march Ing,'' they sang and there has been no end ol tramps ever since. Any men tnsv I tccme both power ful snd rich. l')P secret lies In being aide In control one's ew n pasalnna and being content with what be baa, Pbewas a stillborn woman, and when she dh d her husband planted a willow ever bet stave, mi that even In death she might have a will of her owu. "Brilliant and Imnulslve people." said a lecturer on Physlovtiomv, have black eve, or If ihey don't have 'em they're apt to get 'em." A chap dreamed for twenty sue eisslve nights that he waa out car riage riding, and be couldn't Imaulne nv reason for tbe fact until lie round 1 out that his bed wss a Utile buggy. I Hald Lord John Russell to Hume at a serial itliinar. "What do VOU Poti. rider Die object of leglelailont" "The greatest good In ihe greatest number," Wliat Ho yon consider ine greatest number?" "Number one," we the. prompt tply. ' FEBRUARY 18, 1879. Wis fcjhiR;f torn loii Quixote, Beauty in a modest woman is I'antj like, u tire or h bbarp sword at h j dititHncj neitlu ninth t lie oiieluii ii ' nor tlio other would tlioae tint coiiih not too e.lnatt to them. Keep your mouth shut and jour eyes open. Tlie absent feel and f ar every ill. Self-praiso depriates. Tlio dead to llio bier, tlio living, to good eLeer. All women, let them bo ever so liomely, aro plcnsed to bear them selves celebinted for tlieir beauty. Squires and knights rt eulj'-ct to intich liunger and ill luck. Liberality may be carried too fur in tl)r80 who have children to in herit from tlieni. Virtue is always more .persecu ted by the wicked 'ban beloved l y tho righteous. Every one is the son of his own works Honey is not for (lie nicuth of an ass No padlock, bolts or bnrs can secure a maiden so well as her own reserve. Wit and humor be'ong to genius alone. The wittiest person in a comedy is be who plays tbe fool. There in no book so bad but something gcod may bo found in it. An Indiana eirl savs she finds nolh- I 1 ' jug so good for the complexion as : r , . e 1 , rubbing her face on a young man s ' vest, the young nan must be inside ( of it though "How do vou make letter paper, Mr. Hnskins?" asked his wife? "With stationary engines," replied Ilaskins. Then the whole family was enveloped in gloom. Another Newport man interfered in a fight between husband and wife. The fighters kissed, the wife lv Id the meddler, and her husband kicked him to pieces. 'The ancient Egyptians did not use tobacco," says the Boston Cour ier. "And mark you," savs the Buf falo Express, "the ancient Egyptians are all dead. One of our female teachers threat ened to keen nn unruly boy fifteen minutes after yrhool. "I wKh you'd make it half nn hour, said the ap preciative youth, "for you're the prettiest teacher in this town." An advertisemens is a window through which all the world may look into your shop and see just what you wish it to see no more, no less. There is something touching in the simplicity with which the man who has bought a pair of ready-made trowsers,Juirses and endeavors to re tain the tell tale crease down the front. It has been suely remarked ihnt if the characters of all our vouny men stood as hie.li as their shir' collars, the commiinitv would preaent a bet teraxpect than it dops. Books! Books! KING & HILL, MAIN HTHEHT, Bristol Tenn. Tri:i''l aluavson hand a f II stop It J of Nriioni., IIi.ank and Miscr i. I.ANKOt'8 IttKlKB. fell '78- tf Sale of Valuable Land ! BY virtue of the authority rested hi me hy a di-ed of trust executed on the Atli day of August, 1878, by James 1' J'recton ami wire, and or record In Hip Clerk's ofll eof the County Court of WnaliliiKton oouiitv, Va , I will sell piiullcly, In front of the Mayor's (juice. In the town or tiooilson, w asii Ink-ton coiititv. Vn , the 117 1 lv dsy of February. IHill, sliout titlt) acres of I rru I'ntmiblr l.innl, conveyed In me as trustee In said Trust lxed The land la situated In Washington conn t v. Vs . In h u nod i.rliih lot hood. st. I'l'Msllile lo schools snd churclies, nlioul H miles cant of the floiirlshliipf town of Coo. .ao , on the old stair road ami on IheA.M d ) It It., ami ailjolna tin. lamia toiniellv owtietl Iiv t til. H I', (hiudson. ilee'd , Itoluod T. LitsmI end til hers. It has two rtoiiifortalili dwellings on It and (he necesaary out douses Is well tlmherei) end w aiered, iiavlnir several strli.n of fine water, '(avert ei k runs through ll.sft'or Iiik trood water nosier tmiiifllately upon (he line of Hatlroad, auflleli nt for atinnst any kind of iiiaiililnerv. A larve hart of the land la cleared and well Nilsited iu nil klnda of yraiti ami araaea, la atiseeptlhle of lielnir divided Into 2 or fl noorl farina, aud will he sold a a whole or In carrels to suit pur chaser. I'nrtles wishing m nirchae privately can do so before the day of sale I will sell at the same lltiiH and place 1-7 Inlenst Iu the eaiale of John Mlntilck. derl'd., convpyrd to said i Tresitm hy W. H Murrv and wifn, slid 4't aers I alance of tlie liijr Itldire Irarl conveyed to said I'reaton, hy John Praston, dee'd TF.ItMfl OK HA LIS S-The land will I he If sold (inhllclr, tiiion a credit of , 2 aud 3 years, wlih Interest frmii dny of sale.' the urehaaer Mug reijulred lo etecule hond - llh Rood ersoiial arcurlty. A nTitt'H C.CrM" 'sns.Trustea. Jan 7-l'la , 1 25 I BS A. Whole No. 699. No. 24 j "V EGETINB HER OWN WORDS. Haltihuri, Ml)., Fob. 13, 1677, U. 11. K Stctim. Hnir sir Sinn noTeral jrr 1 h Rot cre and ir pa'nnil fimt I had '.ni )hy oln. bul tlioy C'liildii'tcnrit ni Kw I '' Immd nl jr'iiif VfifHtln from I lady who wkk lor a limn lliri-. and bi'rain ail well from your Vinilnn, and I wtiiit and I'ouulit in on b.iltla of VKll"t, and aftr I bad in-d on bidllv, tlia aln Inft n.e, and II b'fuii 10 dual, and Hum I l)""k'ht on Mlior bolll", and ao I Inks II jel I thank Ond for Oim ratnfdy and yoiiranll ; and wlalniiK ttt nitrr may l'jr aiienllon Iu It. II la s blaliif fur b. alili. Mra. C. KKAU, 6:ia Went Ualtliuoro 8lrat VEGETINE SAKE AND SUKli. Mr H. R. rSrtvVRNti. I )n Iftt'i your Vfrlinft wm rncointiitiii(lt!i) tn m. 1 ht)4t yielding to thtj porsiuitttiimB of ft fitvrut, i . eotieftiit.'J to try H. Al t h tim- 1 wm nuiroi ln(i I nun n amh rtil debility mitl iirfMiii proalntlli'ii, fcit)irlnduoU hy nvurworlc mill .riHjrulnr habitw. IU wonderful at rent Uoi.inK ftn.l cii'Hilvo pro per. Iirii MUfiiued to itt'uiH my lifitilttuU'il yalt''H ftntn the II l at done; ., under Un lr"iNtnnt tif I rtiitilly rnooTfrd, KkinInK inor (linn umuaI IiohIiIi Mud vihirt luollnif. Kit ce tlih I liatH .not )inh h1 td In tftvft 'KH(tne tny ninut UtiquHllIlt'd tniiornMifitt nn bfliiK KHHfB Kurpand iiowi-rful Afftit hi i-rmito Hhp lie till h And runtni lug ih WHHtfd ayhlon tn lien' lit and onrfT. V"Bftln U ih only nimlloiiiB I uto ; and ttf lunff m I JtT 1 iiuti r i prcl In Mud hottof. Vonrn tinly. W II t'l. a H K. 12u Montuiuy Street, MKylidny, Vvm VEGETINE TWO BEST SIMIINO M lilIOf N'l' Ch Aai.iKruw.i. H. H. Stvhs : Drar Kir- Tina la tn colltfy Dint I liavx lined your "Hlno.l I'ropiiHllon" In my luuilly lor a ml yara, and tlilnk thai for Scroluia or i;ank-r ,iik iiiiinora or nn-un alio ani'iMion. 11 onnoi in axci-llxd ; and an a blond punflor and aiirnni m'll etna It la tl.a bst tliloir I bai' tir nd, and I havf uind alinntL eTHiyihtnK I can cliflarfnlly raonmniand It lo any ana In nrt-d of ancb a intnll clua. Voura r"i",oifully, Mr. A. A. IM.NMMoKK, ID Itanaall Slrvat VEGETINE WHAT IS NEEDED. Iti itun, Nb. 13, 1H7I II. K, srivaaa, l8.. ler Sir liont una yar .Inra I foiind nijr-oll In a TaablH eon IKIom from vnMral ilohi iiv. V ml'i- lino waa atroiifily rfcnininn.ii'd lo nia fly a frt. iid who bad bnan muoli lomallliHit by lt uao I , cnreil tin-aitli'lr, and, allxr tiHoa anTKral koola. wa. r-lorail to h.'allli, and dl-cooitni.d lla ii.h 1 fal qnlia eonfldenl tliat llo-ie la no niodlrloa ail parlor to It for Ibo.a no nplain'a for wlHrli 11 la aa pi'i'litlly praparrd, and wnuiil cliaarfull) r.eoni tnwnd It tn llin.a who 'ail ib.il lliay na..d aama tbins In ralora 1 1 to perfrrl baaltb. K. a;iect fully yenia. IT. t, I'RTTI N'lll.l.. Firm nl B. M . Vlll..Klll Jt l'n Mo III MitU Slraol, lloalon VEGETINE. AM IIAVK OUTAIN'KI) ItiCldKl Sorrn Hkswiua, Ms., .tan 17, II7J. II. K STfTuxa, lag. Heal "Ir I bar bad dynpopala In lla woiai form 'or iba lai t n yi-ara, an bitii l-kiin bun rir'da of dot are worili - nii-dlrMi.aa Willi at nli. Inlinim any r. ll'l, In napinnln'r laat eouiiuriie ad Uklhit Ihf " I'filiia, .tni'a abirb II v my health oaf aloadlly oueo.va.i. My food di0'itl vail and I liafa aalnud nil -ii poaoda nl fl '-h. 1 hiira are anri.r.l othaia In hta lava laklng ua,tlna, and ail hee obta nad tallrf, Y.miairnly. THikiaSK Mo, MIR OreraeiT of t ard liooio, I'littamouili (.Va illlla VEGETINE l'rapad by IT. It. STEfEXb. Host on, Mush. Verntins is Bold by all Diucrg'sts. sprit a, is;s-iy. ' . July "ttli 1878 -ly. E.RUHMEST, BilKER and MAIN HT., -dec 10, '7H-tf JJUI8TOL, TENN. Scientific American, THIKTV-KOUUTII V It. Tbe aioal popular stlmillte fapei In the World. o t3 20 Taar, liieludln l'otai(, Wankly, ei Sumbeie t Year. 4.000 hnok pagne, Tni SuliaTirii' Saaaioae la t .araa I'lr-l Cia Waakly Mewapapar of alalraii paaaa, pruilad In lha iinl biaiUlfnl alt la, pf""1!! ilhttt.nl,, I tnllH mVwtM mirnritiut. rvpraaaniinK Iba I"' eat InvantliHia and tba ni.nl r r.ol dvmaaa In an. and Srlan-a I Ineludlna nw and Inlaraai 1 1 r facia in aanonlinrn, Him I Inn II lira, lb. lion. a, lli'allb, Sladlral l'rri , Social eleinm, Namial lll.lorr. Oaoloay. Aairom.inr I ba nm.1 e ilna hia practical parrre, lr anilnanl a-nlaia In all da. panniama of 'elrnce, will be found In Hid Silen. Una a meilran I Tarnia f S In per t'" SI half yaar, hick lieludaa poaiaae. IM'poutil In Aaio.ia Slnala eoplaa leu carle Sold hr ell Naadalar, lla frit hy piolal ord-r lo Ui)XH UH , Plihll.b'K 17 f'ark Now Naw tork. PATENTS. vS'ir ilatara, Mvss k Co., are Snlluluna of Amailran and Sural n l'alnl", loir a bad SI ' 'irril. enea, and tmw hare iba lararat aaianli-liim lit In wnria, Talcnn era riliialnul on ih" - ai.aclal iiotlca la madaln Ih-KrlFNTIFIC AWERI- CAN a" lotanllona I aianii-ifinroiali on. ain ey, Willi the liama and raald"iira of Iba t'alnlaa. tlia Immi'nae eiirnlallot. ilnir eiran, -none ai la lion ladlreriad In lha mrlla of tba naw ( ' nl . Ind aali e or Inlrodnailoti nfO-n aeaOy 'S'rOd itnr paraon alio baa made a naw dlco' rt nt Inranllon can arlln, fra nt a In a , wblbaf patanl can nrobal.lv ba nblrlnra, lif wMilof lo Iba andaralanad, Wa ilia aand onr Hand ilonk alo nl lha Palcnl l.awa, raianla, I araaia, 1 rada-Mart a, th' lr roia, and hnw prornrad, Willi hlma for procnrlnt adfanea nn Inranilone t diate for th o.o.r or coraariiloa Pao ita. MUNN L CO . H7 Park Saw. New Tor Stanch ontr- i or. t. k fib Sia. Waliliftn, I'.C. I'.e. M IS7S OOHWELIUO A. GTIAY Barber and H.ilr-Drescr, MONT STREET. CilbTOl TfNN Desires the I'Stlol litre of 'l e III He ullipiiees siol altenl Ion nvrii tn R and sat lafiiet Ion k'uiirnnlm- I. Mr I HTl - if ADVERTISING HATES 1UTB ton os K vnn. rlral Inrh '6 ' Ra.-h nbi'qn""t li'ih V' "l '."a. a Vi To Snd tba tat for a ahnrtor llm, "''' lata for una Jar, tb'n r '' 'f 4upreiit. fr thraa m ha I , ., .. iru mnuti a a .1 - mia iuoiiIS S ,i .1 tao rk jg ii on wvk 1.0CA1. nVUnTIBEMEST. Tranal.nt ' 'n" T' Ka.alarly " AMNOUNt IMRJITS. fnr Congroii, I.utlami, or Cpqntj iiftlroa aarli t u Town and Tow aMp i'tHra. I u. abua rat.a will ba rlld!y adbarad lo. Professional Cards. JOHN C UMMRRS. J ttorney-at-Liaw. Wn.l. practice in the unmly and Circuit roiirtH of Waslilnptnn, Scott, Smythe ai.d RiiastOI. Also In tlia Court or Arpe' V. 8. Pistrhit Court. Special nttctition slJ to suits In Bank ruptcy liltice Main ntrcei , nm"S""u, . Sop. 23-ly a7 hT b l an c h a r d , A Ti nilMJY:! 1-LA If, ORica over King L Hilt's Book Store. WILL practice in the routit.v ami Irouit Courts of Wnshinetnii, Hussrll, snd ontt, Virjiinia, bi.i Sullivnii eouiity, Tenn. Also in f'oin-t of Appeals anil U. f. Piatrlct Court nt AhltiTinn. July 2ft. '7fi. ly. ... .H 0. GOCKIK, A TTO U N FV-AT- I A W AND ("OI.LKCT1NO AOICNX TIT I LI, nttendsll tl.ei fourta of Ptillivnn, W'tnliinjrtnn a inl Cartfi'flnitnt.pa. Icrin 'tflica Conn. In t.nw Itu'tilinir nn ftfh PI., livlslnl, in rear of Huiley S aim rnalcev a nua 8, '76-f At torney-n t-TjMw- N 0 OF. NIC It A I. rol.MX'TlNO AfiTNlP, TAZKWFM- C. II.. VA. WI! I lie In rt'tfiihirnttendiineeon the courts of Tnewcll. the circuit coiiif if WiihMiuMoii ami Hiifsell ccuntles ii id Fcderul court ut Ahin.'dni. K'cc ial nttciitton nlven to to the claims of eivilliiirs iinninst luiiikriipls in Ihe I'Vileiiil court ut AMnvdon tt" i.. Yoi'K. i i'i,i;i:i(Mit. YOHK & FULKKKSON, ATTOItNEVS AT LAW, pltACTlCK rcfrulurly In all the I Courts In Washiiitttoii county, Va., and !n WHrthinirtoiiiimlSiilliviiin'oim t'cH.Tenn. and attend to thecollectlon of all clulma In Koiithwsl Vu. K. retinesHpe. ()FrirK, on CuihIipi land ."ttrcet, Coo'oti. Va. hep 1 '70-tf II. F. lnT. BAILEY W. I. M.'O'sxsv. & Mct'EOSKEY, ATTOUXEYS AXDbOl K'HuUS, BUISTOh, TF.NN. & VA. Attend all His Courts In rVHIvsn and WiiMltiurinn CniiuiKs, Tenn., Wasliliiflon nn I Scott, Va., snd Federal I'm rt nt Knsx villr ami Ablution. Aug 12 lj 'w'.K PRESTON""; ATTortXRY.AT.LVW. BRISTOL, VA. .0 TEXX. AND NOTARY rir.LTC FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY, VA. Pit (' TI'K8 In nnlhwelarti Vlralnls an V.n't Ta."."aa. I'rnmpt fnllcfllnna and ia ...lilanree. of HCB-ln raar or "alloy Mci'ma dprll fl. IS7S-tt. "FT. S P"R.TST01T, ATTOUXEY.AT-I.AW. XRINUDON, - - VI lift IN IA. I),IA'TK FSIn all llif Courts of t'aeli Itiirtnn ant HiiHUtill oniintloa. Olirnlt .! .mis or Snntl ami l.ee.unil In Federal coin t it AliinitHon. Nn.8lf. OR, J. F. HICKS, i'liysician & Bnrgeca. ikkiuk mi l llih Street, twt doors from Ainia imiKToi., riA. & va. Olfara Ills Profeaalotial tervlres lo Ida I'nl.lio. Will clvo siienal stlentinn Ic HI- snaaa of the Kvs, al! Clirntilc disosers ami (Maonaes f.ei iillnr to fuiimlce. Auk. Hi IH74. If. VANCI" & VASCK, UTI, N. V'ANt'F., M.I) , nnd A.M. VV IC. VANCK. M. IV. have formed it piirlncrMlilp Iu Hip ii'iirllee of Medi cine in lla various luaiiiuiea. ana from town and country received. Ollh- over KIiik & HlU'a Hook Hioro, Hriatol, Tenn. JunH '7U-Utn 7entaf. DR. H. M. GRANT WIM, rnsiittis Hi prnolUe ef hit prn tpsaloti In Mrlalol. Can ha fniitnl Si Ida iliuiiias lloiice nn Suhtnlfiff nt enoli mrk. July 17, 1 h77 tf. .V) DM DUNN, ) it IttiHMltllt I)l'Tltift, imililOii, 'IKNNIifHKK. IIFKICK uer Kiso A II I I.I f Poult flora, 'an, l;l, It, If rand fab 1 1. 'It JDn. CT, lvT. KING. (Mi oioif. nf fir SnffiM'irt ('illtyt a l)rtl ar. If" Will anient Iflimlly irfni in sll trn!iil 0' riilinli stiil guarantee esliafsclion WU.l7ilV.AT atttSTOI,, fann,, from lb Ial In li e llh'nf aaiti inonih 1 Offliia, lb alracl. Ial donr for lln. It.Vln, 'l .i. ii,, to mi lha 01 h In Ilia ISili of aarkj no. nl h I Olbra, Main aircel, teat A Joaos I ' I T V , Trim., Il.a re mainder nt lie month . offlca, ir. Set hnrn'a old tflu a, Ma II, '7fl,-l? . dii-. s. w. unroA, hi mi 3 rJ i i 'V ST Olflo netl Hour to J, P, Farts', MMN fTHKKT, THtlM'til,, TIIXN. Will It nl tv!ii: an I.I 1 1)1 Jtoiif,,, mama lab IR, - Ir. W.F FOWLER D.S 0IIKI5NVII.1.K. 'ir.NN WILL rin ulah (.ait'ml or fiill eita rf Trstll sit. ir. II if to II e t t 1 1 m ) . i- r -at niathn'1, ami er.rra latitat ninoil v'a" .a flfflcf, will r.l.ll uni l.iba linprarloii. . FHIltif sal I'il.lriii'llii'r ii ii r , Sn I ill a-.tl IlfiraMccH i .e I, ao, ..f , f I "-. . f rt ir. '.