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1. J. FOWLER, l.iiirCU AMI IMtOPKILTOIt.' U '. . 1 .1. . i ....! .. err TUESDAY, 1-KHKUARY 1, 18S1. (( junior at this UrMul, Tennemee, l'utt ()). ISVIONT and (JOMMKNT. An uttpmpt un iiiiido to burn tlielnic iiifM portion of Atlu-iiH, 'i'tniii., lant Tardily nlj;lit. Two of llio jjI'IikIjiuI More IronlH wro KHttinitiMl .villi kero miif iiml llrcil. Tlio fire wiih (liR'oveml and I'xtingultilicd. Juntos GiidtlU, of (.'liattanooKa killed mother a few evenings ngo liv nlrilv lnr; her with a poker. Jlc is now In Jail. Tho Uldnnoiul & Allclmnv II. JMiaa been i-omplt'ld lioin Clifton I''ot'f! an far lowi iw lliicliaiuiii, and trains nio run ii 1 1 on it. The Knoxvllle Chronicle Ve.'uikor, recently condnctor on the K. T. V. A (I. R. K.iH nhoiit to die at l'u blo, Colarndo. In UiIh connection we Jire glad to know that Capt. Itnek llor 1.i, the olik'Kt conductor on the. A. JI. O. K. R., in recovering l'roui IiIh re crnl lndlNpofition. Philadelphia I scourged with umiill iox Jiint now. The flvM, lii da.YH of thiH your thcru were 1)5 deaths I'lninii. Jack l'lanary, (lie Let coiinly jail Uril, ho aided ihe murderer Rail, to iimke IiIh Kecond ecape, .wan recently rTiitenccd to the penitent Iwt for two yearn, and pawned through Jlrlntol latit week enrouto to hia new quartern. I'reHldent Hayes haa nominated li in Liotlier-ln-law, '.Stanley MntlhewH, of Ohio, of course, for .Supreme Court jus tice. i - - 1 j j All About tho N. G. R. R. Our readers need now no assurance from uh that the X. (1. will noon be run ning. Ko rapid are the preparations that one Ininglur-K lie can almost, hear the rui.illo of the earn and the w histle of Ihe luooinollvu. At last we have a shi p thing. A yer ago It wan derided and carlcntur--d nn Hwlndlti. To-day the stone, lilrh wan then rejected hy the. builders Jlrlatol, has beeomo tlm chief liead of tbe corner. There are now four loeomo liven, eaoh weighing IK) tons, on the I'lttkhurg Mocks, and they will be deliv ered at Rrlstol within five months. Con t'!.cti for erhnpH every lie on tho line lll ho closed to-morrow week. The alls will be of sleel and will welf'h iti jwuixIh to the yard. There will he DOW) ties to the mile. This w ill make a re markublo road, l'd'hupR the best on the continent. On. Iinboden was called to Raleigh, N. (!., yesterday to perfect ar rangements for a grand through connec tion to deep water at a point between Wilmington and somewhere on the Coast ntith of Cupe llaieras. The extension will bo via. Kllzabelhton, at w hich point two routes present themselves, by which to reach Lenoir, X. 0. The distance from Stone (Jap to Wilmington will be ubout'101 miles. Kiotn Bristol to Eliza ethton In 20 miles, thence to Cranberry 10, thence to Lenoir (!0, thence to Fay ottvllle, vh Yadkin Valley, Wltilon and (Joldsboro, about 1..1 miles. A poi tion of this line In rttmiln; und a larger por tion graded. This cnteiprNn w ill open the markets of tlm whole Atlantic to the inati.liliMs fm l from Mono (,'ap, Ariangeincnts for a speedy connection iieiweeu none u;ip ami Hie OMlo ver are In progress. A new .(i.s through the Cumberland mountain has been covered Just In rear of Stone Chip, which required no tunnel. 'I his Is a very lin jtortant discovery. From Stone ("Jnp to CatlettHlmrg Is ahoni Lin miles. From Stone (lap to I'arl-i Is about l.M) and thence to Clm lunail Kt. "ow when pIihII these things be?" We assume the line from Bristol to Stone (Jap or Imbo (leu City will be running in October next 1M Is toe liist slep, 'J ho exten.-IoiM north and moth will be completed, wo think, In lg2 next year. The cause of all this Is the fuel that, at Imboden wo Imve the llncsl fuel of the world, and tbe Company mean that Ituhallbethechenp est. Heat and light are the moving for reo of the universe and the prime, factor In the business of tho world, Wo leave our reader to draw their pictures. We doubt whether they can depict the day that Is coming. Certain Is It that In a year they will co at Imboden tho black est cloud of smoke ever aeon outsldo of rilUburg. r . j Wr rather think tho Lynchburg Vir ginian betray conscious weakness of Its cmp, when It drop tho linn of argument and rushe nwny from known fact to f xpres. a belief that probably ltro. Fow ler voted for tho Constitutional amend ment which make prepayment of capU ttillon tax the condition for cxerelh,g the right to vole. We wonder where llro. Button got that. If from memory, It but prom how dangerous It N for him to rely on that faculty. If from omn one ! he had bvtler Improve the source of Id Information. Certainly not from the record, for tho Journal of the House will how that In every Instance the Editor of this paper, during tho ees.lon of 75 " Voted equarely against the amendments. It I moreover known here that, Bro. Fowler fought them at tho h11. It may e worth something for it to elate that a Vliglnlanwe reel eulllclently humiliated by the fai t thst the right, to control tbe npptopi latlou Bills of the fip line been In ih" control of nionlcl rings, and we will never vote, if we know It, to put a material portion of the ballot box with their power on tho day of tho election. 5fn. Wm. Rmi., of the Knoxville CiinoNici.K is very severe on II. II. Har rison, of Nashville, for his refusal to turn over his five or wx Biipportcrs to Horace Maynard, thereby making his election impossible. He says further that Judge R. R. Butler is severely crit icised for inaugurating the stampede to Jackson on the 30th and last ballot, add ing that, he Is held responsible for it more than all others. After the election of Jackson he gave a champagne supper at the Maxwell House, at which all Ihe meiMjers of the Legislature were present. At, the table Mr. A. A. Taylor bucanie very severe on Judge. Butler, denouncing him as guilty of the old charges about cadetslilps, JU In reply, Judge Butler licensed bini, a Republican, of being there in the inter est of Hon. R. L. Taylor, his Democrat ic brother, but at the request of friends, he declined to go further into personali ties. Mr. A. A. Taylor apoliglzcs for liis Incivility to Senator-elect Jackson, by declaring it was done in the heat of tht! moment, but the Knoxville Timuune feys he did i! deliberately, as can be shown. We have not yet heard Judy,e Butler's account of tho affair, but we bet he can give a good reason for his course. The commeul of our Funder friends on Ihe bile decision of the U. S. Supreme Court, justify the assertion that they re ally desire to see riveted hopelessly on Ihe people of Vu. the Funding bill of 1871. By all norU of cunning phraseol ogy they attempt, to torture the opinion of Judge Field into a perpetuation of Ihe six per cent. 15 millions with tax receiv able coupons, plus uhotiL S millions of similar I percent, bonds under the Mc Culloehbill. From their recent profes sions one would have supposed they wished the debt readjusted at about !i per cent. But tliey have let the eat out at last and are ready it seems to hold rat illcation meetings over a forced con struction of Field's decision, which they vainly try to declare renders all bonds untaxable, un-read instable, ami breaks the hack of the Readjustcr party. Gen tlemen, if you think the people won't remember this In next Fall's campaign, then just drive your carts abend. You are doing very pleasant work fjr us ! Tiik Pearisburg Virginias in reply to our remark that (idea county had read justed her taxation by "mlueting off" 20 per cent, of her assessment, says it. was done hy a Readjustcr assessor. Now It appear to us that this is a Utile thin. Will a single Funder land owner of Giles rise and stale (has his land is assessed too low? Is It not true that Ihe 1:1:1 ownors appeal to the assessors to lower their figure? Is It likely that any oth er cause prevail. In reducing the asses sors views but the importtiatc appeals of the land owners for i cliff? (Jlles has the mineral and rail road and steamboat crae, but the appeals of her jituple are for lower values, and they thus acknowl edge that previous assessments were above value. Washington county has Readjustee nui'isois but they have scarcely reduced valuation at all. Mr. M. T, Browning, bile of this Co. and a native of it lias located at l'earis hurg, Giles Co., for the practice of law In connection w ith Judgo A. Maliood. We have known him from childhood and we hazzard nothing in saying that our Giles friends w ill Ilnd him a gentleman of ability, energy, education and charac ter. He w ill succeed and become r con spicuous man in the good county of Giles. The.A M & R. R. R. H. Maury & Co. say in their circu lar of Saturday that last Friday morning A. M. & ). R. R. fitnek opened at $5and In the evening clored strong at $10 with none oIlcriiiL'. We nublish elsew here a ivnior that Gen. Mahone bus made ar rangements lo Fwrcp I hi great line out of reach (..' the beasts of prey. Hon. J. B. Rli..'1" ond has our thank for a copy of r. S. Statute and other documents of Interest. With hi usual energy he has had placed Oi. Ihe list of Post Route a line from Speer' Ferry via Ihe great Natural Tunnel and 'Ihl Cat to Imboden. We have written bun to have a new P. M. appointed nl Pen ham's and we bet a cigar be dues It. Wi: tell the Vu. AriTAt. thai, we know belter. We know I In whole fe ron oo between' Iwo Strn(w). till We know- Joe w as mart led, mid well marri ed at that, and we knew that Bev I Ihe Benedict. We have no exciuo ex cept Ihe lasflinllng bewilderment of n prlnllng olllee. It a mcio Inadver tence, but we w Idi to compromise the matter, ami we now vociferate" stn h Inadvertence," Trial of Harris. After exhaust lug a venire of M0 a Jury hn been neeured and Joe Harris Is now on trial for the murder of Brown and Heck. 1'Ivp witnesses had been exam ined up to Saturday P. M. The story of hi having been tortured In Jail I stern ly denied at Bogc rsvllle, but It Is rumor- Hal he confessed to the murder ol Brown ami Heck, to one of hi fellow prUohci. Three or four lawyer have been as- signed htm for his deleiise. A New York wilier says: "In on e of the Wards of New York Ihe tenement house are packed o densely that I hero Isn't giavt! room In the ground lot for the human being living In Ihe sloi le above." Think of that ye blessed Virginian tntl Tenupeean I e 1 llANcorK received u.H.IJ more vote than were enl for Garfield, hut such I the law where "mnjoiitlc rule" thsfi G.ndel l llei the thnli. Oi k Funder friends think land must vote but labor must not. We. are of the opinion that sweat should have the pow er of self-protection as well as money. Bkwahe of cllleial figures. They mis led the Legislature of 1871. They mis led Louis Napoleon and lost him his tly-nastv. Tln A. M. & O. K. n. MhIo. "Bruce" writes from Richmond to the Index Apjitul: "The rumor that Gen. Mahone's mis sion to New York has some connection with the purchase of Ihe A. M. A O. R. K. , seems to be gaining ground. He has been absent for a week or more, It is thought, that a New York syndicate of which Jay Gould is the controlling spir it, contemplates the purchase of that property at the sale next month and if this is effected that Gen. Mahone may secure the presidency of t lie road under that iirinagi'tnetit. No one here, how ever, 1 have met, knows Miy thing about Malione's movements and the whole matter is mere conjecture without any apparent substantial foundation. If there is any truth in these negotiation reported to be going on in New York and they result in the Senator elect from Va. being reinstated as the malinger of Ins old mail, it w ould hardly change :my of his plans concerning his Senatorial career. The. two positions In these days when railroad and other corporations play such conspicuous parjs in the na tional legislation, would not conflict with one another at, all. As there Is so little known about the disposition of this Vir ginia road all conjectures are worse than useless." Science is Progressing- Subscribe for a valuable Prize Prob lem, that will be awarded to the most successful Arithmetician by Bending o0 eeuls in cash and P. O. address to the publisher of the Bristol AYics. He, who flumes, solves and proves by Arithmeti cal Analysis an Algebraic problem, con taining the greatest number of unknown quantities' will receive the prize, which will be the amount subset ibed, less the publisher's fee for publishing this arti cle, ami as many topics of the problem ami solution that takes the prize, also as many copies of a correct rule, by w hich all other similar examples (to the one that takes the prize) may be solved, as there are subscribers, (each subscriber being entitled to a copy of the same) ntiJ the amount paid the lioanl of Examin ers for their services. Said publisher will receive each problem, proof etc. to and Including the 2'Jth day of March lNtil, and will neither exhibit, nor make mention of any persons work, till Die .'IDtii day of said month, at, which time in the tow n of Bristol, Tenn., said woik will be carefully examined, ami the re sult reported by an clllcicnt Board of Jtlxamiiiers, which Board will p select ed by said publisher. If two or more of tins highest problems received, .should contain the same number ol unknown (oantiiics, then ibo solution that em ploys the least number of llgure will take the pii.'.e. Piohlems, solutions, proof ami rules, w ill be icceivi'd only from the subsci itiers for the prize prob lem. The solution of the problem thai: w ill take Ihe prize niusi be a connecting link between Higher Arithmetic and Al gebra and w ill be worth to each subscri ber tw ice the amount of his subscription. The object of the prize problem is to elic it ihe originality of inventive genius in Arithmetical anahsis, and to remind both stiidenls and teachers that Arith metic (s the foudation stone of Mathe matics end should not be dismissed from the school-room until lis principles are thoroughly digested. Josh Billings' Wisdom. Correctly Spelled from II is New "Cook Book." The man who gets bit twice hy the gatne dog is heller adapted to that li;itl of business than any other. There Is a great den; of religion in this world that Is like a life preserver, only put mi at the moment of Immediate dan ger and then half Ihe lime put on hind side before. Experience is a school where- a man learns w hat a big fool lie ha been. The man who doe m t. believe ill any hereafter has tot a dreadful mean opin ion of himself and his chance;'.. l'here are two kinds ol tools In lllis worldthose who can t change their opinion it tit 1 those who won t. A good doctor is a gciuic limn to mioni we pay three dollars a visit for advising us to eat. less and exercise more. W TIIK HI'.IOEsT (UKtMINI HK4SON, or THE Mi. an notuu ro Tim Mo.vnr than limit I TNI WIIOI. STUCK or MtHM OOnn irT liMfll.p rU' KiteutKD kuom 3 Ti 41 pirn rit.iT MANY AltMl l,K HO I, II PAH Dl: 1. 1, If Ci'BT 1.1 UlUltR TiiMAX) A CT.RAH " !'. CAtll'I'TS nf 'iirlnr quitlltv nl fxtrrrarly lntr lirlrnn, II ' oirr pin-ill ln,liui.tiirtilM, to not in Mrrr any i t Ihla mnrk inr ti.Mii Ml i;ktoxks i..r niit.iln.. rntnlinm O'un-i l'ir , Ar, hi :,",n pir yiiol irnrlh .IV. Ill ACK SaTIN IiKI.VoN i i V for ; it ill t, tli I.Tft. nl l,5i wnilli (j, nl AJ worth VH. (ii l,i i Hi; i NWIN Hi: l.ln.N. hit. id M.s. BAT. IN'Smit 'f.KI.V SI'ltll'Cs, v.tj' rhtii. I'l.. UK HKInl (inoli nl ut (,r ;,rit worlli V.V TWolit'TTOX M KK KIP Ol.oVrs nl l.'c, i lium iu:ti' ornu Kin oi.ovm m 3.v. O.VK lUMTd III, At It sKAMI.Ks K I Ii II l.ov UH lf"A' i iiii.I (I, tho I), hi ; , r niii a ul 5.V l ,r re: ii;..'M 'M,i:niMTr.ii r;tn ot.ovts, iti, imiiiil Im0 (ii'l'iili'S", W'n kIkiit tlu liogfll l. rlt i.f " lr In lliii diy. A InriK Rimirimnb' of IH-'slKltlf tur mm, wo i, "till elill.trnti : Ml'' K HAi k rowrr.s m "o1". I" 8 I'rili imt I. a lulls l N 1 1 1- II II t; A ll i.r or"rn miititKMi'iurn llit' lii'tl m.,. fur On. lienor ,h" ''I'' ir PWII Ii :,M II T let II I n nlli'llM lei flifti;','"S"i rl'n- rlnlly In thin Inaimiffa. wliis IikiI.'I r" ! liJ fur Hut itiiunv limn llta nun . "'" " Ni'tih. Ii.ll'.lilNKKT roiltti-fil fri m '!.'" Ii TA, o im f I to rrniti !S I" V"' fie"' ' S'lelliirn IU Ii, CHIII, mul I'lM I'I.K.IU.AMU, Ii In all fiinllllm. nl Hi" liiiri-nl frii'". CLOAK. Uislt.liv, himI I'ol.MANS-.itir Irmi I'ly Inir iir'.mn Intra r- iliU"'l imr l.iok In a irr Im nf Iiifhh nrmaiila,' wlml hnr' InU K III' l' nul'l "'I t'lii'SI' f t.NCV Uiaao.N ri'iltfiail frmn If Oi lAc. from j fr'Mii S'S In U'i., from tn In I'l, (rem ti in 40 ela A Tnr'.Vili'K t,f SII.K Ot VniUM, 5r.HO I! A 1.1 A I A. ninl I MI'llli: tlMIIHM.I.AS. illri'rl frim llm inmni furl n n ri. nil anl.l nt liulteiii lulnnn, LACIS nml KMIIIioHirllll III nr. nl mrlntr MAIisHI.Lr ill'tlls al I. A" wnrlli i.fii), nl S,M wnrlli 5, a' A n rlli S; nl II )i wnrlli In, ri"inl i A ,M ASK TllWKt.R al tfr tlmts, wnulj ,n rli"np nl II PAM SK TOW KIA frem I,!) In (Iflni-n ilollmn rr ilefnii,' N A I K I i oin (nf In t"r ilnf"H TI 10 KS fn.tii Tr. In llirnn il,iMr rnrll, l.tt'l ..y r fir Aim, rlih I'l 1,1.0 Vt llllo milrli, frnw 1 A" tn 4,f'i. n nil. LACK CI'KI'AIMS tn iwn lii tnanijr lira ilullatn a l l.-r Inn ii'itnwa. IflttltoW SIIaPI In nr.nl -! T"'r tilmi liens, 4 iTs, lltSMoi'K.V, rml I ItllMli-t I, oi tilH IIUIHMIII TOII.r'.T Va'IH al Vr.o fur a nnl nf U ni III ?,'i; oTr.e'RH ni. CaH lttV.i.,. ttlllt K.VVI',, I.OI'P In tnnirh. fruin I,, In Ai r, a Iml: l,..ll.,t NoTK-rl'.ll al l r r. mi.,' (tn.il r.M Vl.l ol'I S at Ae a .rltrn, nr 40" " f I'll ertl (to Mm .l nei'nlir -t m-rr itnxrlrllmi: niiKF.ii' iiii'rs, scaUK, Vim, now, roi,. i. a ti v met ct'rr. I.KTT MHoriirtl. Ui; ai.4 lull) Main slri.nl rii. rai. I 'ft nn inn-xr, va. 7'Ati foreign Firt iiAiiitiiir enmpnmi'D trprrtrntil ft . C 'oirer or rrndrrrit d iiM; t'mrr hi hninQ hMvi ff''rinif villi thi Trr-imri'r " lr. Thru iv Ii i'i'ir(t Viiiiniil niflinwrn, and t!f i tntitoif rir' tk'M until nil fi d, .ite urn Commissioner's Notice. PURSUANT to deereo of the circuit court of Washington oounty, Va. rendered on ti.e th day of October 1SSI) in the cause of Joel 11. Hermely vu, J. C. Hummers and the decree ren dered in the above styled cause and the cause of J. F, Hick vs. J, V. ir"um mers at the January lerm 1SSI. tlte undersigned Commissioner will, on the 2Xtu day of February IHl, sell nt public outcry in front of the court house of said county for one third cash in addition to pay the cosUof the first cause and the cost and ConunlnHion of the mile, and the balance on six and twelve month time, with inter est The life Interest of said J. (,'. Hummers In one half of a tract of two hundred and nix acros of land known m the. Gray place situated in paid county on the .Stale roml lending from Abingdon to Jiristol five miles west o AbiiiKd.M), and also the feo simple ti tle of the said Summers in and to an other tract of twenty-seven acre md sixteen poles known a the Shoema ker tract, or ho much thereof oh will be sullleient to satisfy said first named decree, at tho same time and place paid Commissioner will sell etioiifih of tho remainder if any there be of the said lauds as will ho "sufficient tosatisfy the decree in Hie bint immod cause which said last mentioned sale will bo on a credit of nix uhd twelve month with Interest, exewpt enough will bo requir ed in rash to pay tho costs of said lust named cause and the contri und Com missions of tbe sale. J. H, WOOD, Com. Jan2Vl tdn. fi-CLOAKS! CLOAKS! CLOAKS A large and lninilBuine .is-orttiicut of Ci.OAKS just ojciitil, at vrrv nt rnetive price. LEVY ISItuTllKlls. i 3 X. , ."-'' j L -l.'irl PERRY DAVIS & I Vb,'J 1 18 -2i -B i w id Jlrnt lloorot ."Uiinonle 1 1 a 1 1 . T nnnnunec to the iii1i!ia ttttit ilie wim liv.' imnilliB aeto'iun ul' my celttiol will lii-in mi Muiiilay, .luinmry lilli, !Sl. It ia ).r!':lle liivro will tn no juihlie M'liinl i'niiil !'i-r lliia hh'hiii, flmull Uvn I") htnr. ever, ivy 'itlioiiK 11; ty eitcl tngi.t the lief. t!it nf i', uh lifri't, .fure. Tliiinkfnl fur i Mt t litipi'nl r.iiirnuni;i, I riRi't't'tfiilly aolie'it 4 f(iii!imi:tiieo 'if tho nine. VHA V, MI.KHF&, jm 11 'HI If I'rincljml, H, T. COX & CO, ' viioi,i;sa r.K Mo. 1 1 South For.ith Httn t, Atlanta, G.i., Til,. 1, HrfO Corn Wliilo Vclltiw Whrat-Wlillo Ri'il l'loiir r.'iiify Kxii'a Family, . . Family '. . . . Meal Hhcoii Slioiiltlri-a H.lllH C. Sltli 'I'liliat'oo . Harli'y OaU Kvc Niiy I'otiltiy (.'liltkt'iis t,lvv TiirOy I.anl In I'ai'rcl.i In t.'atu r.iit.itM'-ciit'!t't C'i'iniiitiii I lira lilim ti, . 1 l.-(n l !!,") . .1 lOdii . ii a.Vifii mi , 5 7."n'il en . 5 flllTl 75 tn tin? ui.; . ii1,, (.it ui . . 10 .'i.'int'i . . 7"mi . , fifltal . ,1 (Kli.il , J l.'lMll (illnt lid KO I') ''4 "if 2dui .... 3Jnr I!') bill .1 OIK. I ()!) . . , a r.iMj no IN to . . . j Mtmii Mi Onliiiii Pit Irl-ili I'nlaloca I'Vallii'i'M new Aili'.i I iib. in, IKSO-Ir Commissioner's Notice, I It 1 . nt nl In i' nf '. it t..' i.k Ivn , 1 H, I'tiun rl ' ' Hniiili. Iltf nr.lv' t . 1 1" 'T 1I10 t'iri'iill I'liin I lit V I , ill lilt) I'lllMI tlf Hi t t In, in, de, vn, Inline J'.M "I 1'iilliMilHi.iiinar dill on t Ii e It Y OK F1 it'J'UAitV, IM, Inf ti t dflli.. Cni.t-t Iliiiit-o 'f anl'l cniinl.v nf Withlilnj'lnll, rent f t r a ,i'flt..' "f jT.tt1 ul I ulilie nut cry, rli" l-tii. nwnen 0 111) li i h,. the at. M l'i, i'H! Hinllli, mi tllfi 1 It 11 1 rem I , tin I 11 In nt I wn ii,! 1 1 t I'mm 1'iia Inl Mid In li e e.uitit.r nf Wn.lil iiKtnti nlura mil Ii (iiitfli In t'nli ilnMii tt ill hit iaiili. fl n.V Hie (.'Kin "I Ihe unit nii'l 1 ,ii.ia mi I l'iiint'iii.io,a t'f tin' fi'iliy, llm liiiliit'te Will In' reipil 1 o. 1 11 I ft nl v a in, 1 11 1 Ii a vt il il 1 1" lei ei.1, at'i'iir. 4 I t l.int'l 11 11. 1 nt 11111.. I 1,1 t'lirllv. ,i. ii. . i if, r'.illillii.aliilll'l' I i u Hugh Sisson & Sons, Iiiijiilera, 1'iali.a mi l Maiiiifiii lnirra nf MM STATUARY MONIfMKNTN, M A NT K 1.8 l UItMTIlltK HI.AIIS, TI1.K, AI.TAIIH, TOMP.S, 140 West Daltimsrc Ctrcst. AND tORtiin NoHIII AND MliNUMlNI SIS. l)iavlii. 1 it I iiia' ' f it rii tf Iiml free, llAl.TIMOIll'., Ml), f. I.I ' I 1 )- Piiif HfSI' p,wi in ne- . .. '.15 6" : i I mm e?iJ MUMiJJq; i" . : . . tfllWWPPffllEP'f lit filslslliiJll lllf If At mt I -At mt I opposit: VEGETABLE iaiLiL Tit nJ in A PURELY VKOETABLE KEMEBT FCR INTERNAL AIIO EXTERNAL BSE, In a anro enre fur nil tlio (flspnaea tlir wtileh it Is recommended, uud lit always I'lCUFKClXY SAI-'K fu tlio lmutU of ovcu tlio most iiiexiierlfiicetl persona. It I n mm ami quick n ntcily for COl'OIIS, POIIB TIIKOAT.CIIILI.H, and timllur trotiUes; adtirtta Instant rciu-f fa tlio most niitlt.Timtit fi.rnu of DlPHTHKIllA, and iu tlio Umi Luowu ruiucdy for lilicuntatlaui aud Neurlgla Tho Oldest, Cost, and Most Widely Known Family Wodlclna In tho World. It lioa licrn nartl with aut-H woiitjorfnl succraa In all pnrtsofthewtirMfurCUAMI'S.t'HOI.KIIA.UIAUKIHKA, i)v.si;TEnv,iiiui all lttmKii coni hxixn thut it is considered ou untklUiiB euro for tln':t) dUctuics. Has stood the test of Forty Yoarc Constant Uso In all Countries and Climates. It Ii UECWIMEXnKl) liy l'liyaU lnna, Mlmlonarlra, UriulHd r, JInnK i of l'luntatlons, Work-Miops, nml rat lorlra, Nuira In HoniiUnM ill eliort by Kvei j body, Everywhere, who luu ever Riven It a trial, IT IS WITHCUTArjSyALAS A LINIMENT. ItfihnuMahvnysno iimM fur i'alii In the Uncle unci Hltlf, nntl liriitLTi nnt oilv uml inTiiiniient relief In nil CUiiU of bruiaea. Cutti, tiirliin, Severe Iliuns, Scnltl", etc. i Ko fmnlly rnu artf. ly be wltliunt It. It V'lU anntutlly ' feivo many tlmci IU cut In debtors' bills, mid ILh prlco brlnija 11 villila tlio reach of all. It is sold nt asc., 50c, aud l iut lottlo, oud cuu lo obUilued from all dniguli SON, Providence, R. I. rropriotor ,V p,rrnmt i iT!'Tt-ri i 1 nil- t'l. ; Jf.T.-.n di'.i 1 air:o dity t. pet WEBSTER'S UNUBBiDSED, "BO IT 2TOv7." TI'IS IfEW EDITION Cutit.un.i orer 110,000 ffor;!, 1023 Pn-es.CDOO .Trs t;rnvlns;, I'cTir Fv,." Cnleir'.l rjistes, 4Cv'jO M lf YF0SWS nml Kranlni;, Biorraphil.CMl 7)ictxon.nry OLV THE tTAKPAllD. rrrtv t:ir rws r. ntiint a s:i i-! -,ent t-f iJ '' r 4(i()l) '' ',- v.i.m'i nr. I nn-Hitniv". i-.'i n. w it.ii I In ft, 1 I. tr.i'i 1 I ns l'i rii iw Vl 1 t I ,i.l 'I1II11 'I mii'i cmtl ' in". Y-y.rt linn itn'ii 'lit l'i"ii. i"ny, i,.i ihi.Ii 1. 1 f v .i-r OU 1 . '' ' -l '"''I ''" GET Ti:y r2U5T Tpi,!:( ."i f i', I"' ' l'i' 11 "t'.'iy "( tlio I'ni; Ii i' l,'i'i':';.i ' ' v"f 1 111 'i' l'' 'I. '.flit 'It ' li'lt 't n'l It I " '''I 'M.i'f.t 'I t'l I'll J 1.,'tl'T thtin In ri't' r,t; i r i'n i.ihimi v. X iii (niti'.ii", ;)( pfai ), ' ' i ll'i'i' I'lMN 111 liia.i U'i 1 1 it" l' i' 1'" ti' n'.ry. r1 1 - In lii.i' i.-v r.-i " ' ' I v '''i d fni't't X 'f:i!!"i'"', nml ,r) 1 "it"' ri'"Mi.iit. I'ii 1 1 ' 1 r a il ' ., : i 1 r r . r. h, uU 1.1 . .'t.otio ' i " 1 nf.. 1 "ti 1 '' ii. iMH'V I " Mllll'llll' ft I..'" . t'i". riv lli nit'. ", ? nt'.. n, l'i' r I' 11 ' ' ((,.' ! r."ii'i. 1'li. .till" il'l t'."... nn I 1 nl" m" I'liHIi.lit-JI y 0 8 C. MCiiRi.M. ;.r:i--!l. M, Mu .'. A I ' ) '.VccsTtR's NMioKti hcrr.M D;7;r':f,;t. .00 l a 71 1 1'l'l.tvi. f.til ',i(, ivl- yiRGINIA : TN llm I'lmk'a ntl.-n nf Mm 1 hrti I ( nml n riolt rr.11 ti I y , Cn tliti 7 1 1 il m y "f .lin,iir; If Ja'iii-i I,, niini'ttmlirr, I t'Titt'ir. At' I ..ii t'laliiitt.l, " V.V, J. I, kl'lllllll, I', fl'hll n.t. IN ("IIANCKUY: Tha i.t l.'rl nf llili) llll la In allarli llm r uf lliu .1 f i. m 1 11 1,1 tiinli.r Ina Inilii i will 1.1 ih I'Al.'U iiT III" iiv-rlil. r lit Ninl.lr a n In nl nun lnl.,li"t ,,. n' f II Ii Inl. 11 ,1 fi.ln 1 1,, 1 II., I it, if Ii r ,1' If h',1, r- I 1.1. il Im llm III Ui I 11 1 . 1.1 1. 1 n I . 'i 'nl i.f. hi il Ii ... 1 .lii 1.' 1 1.. ti't tl..' "iii". nt, I ,.i ,.. '.., i ,. Il.ililtl 1, , s r . 1 I. I . I Hi 1 I -l will n l I. .mi I i,l .1. In, t 11 uh ,, Nimi. iti.,.,, tn r.-l n.i Uf. l.-fc . t mi. I iifi. f tli" - in ti In II11. 1 111 11 "nl nl Ilif nil il III il'l" Ii "" li l 11 1I1111I 1 Hinl II Hi')" "Mi u II' 1,1 iifliltli II. Ml I I, 'M II Mm la a 1 11 ilil. hi n r Ilia M.li,, II 14 1 1, . 1 ,. t"ti riiiliiffl ll.nl Ii f ii.. hi lii-ra Hill In I-1. ii m Ii allif illia iulilli',ili'ii 1,1 I liU i'l. ., iIimIihI la nr n 1) I'l 1 mil rl lila inl.ifi .1 lii 1 lilt iil , A I n'jr .-'I ,.l Jnn II 'ft -ti. W . a. IIIHM'1 ". Il I,', B. F. MANTZ WITH tcvenson & Slingluff, NV O' I'.S.M i: BOOTS AND SHOES, V '? I r. tlmillniore Stmt, UALTI.V,0.1E, Jan'J 1 (!in, R. II. MAUItY & CO , Slock and Kxcbancfs llrulcrs, niCMMONIl. VIIMIINIA, VMK11NIA ('nii..iiif, rri'ilvalila for tnti'M, fiiiiillii .l al niail.t'1 .i..'n, IIi'mIi'M III I'lillcl Hllllia It 1 1 Hliilv Itnnila. t'lly llninU, Itnllinail tl. w.lia, n- ! ".. If. Orilrm h I'.'lli-.l Mini irinni'lf i. rnu .1. Jnn. 1 1, 1 U I . T AND i iff mm 0 M HIS THOMAS HOUSE, BRISTOL Tcan. and Bristol Carriage Factory, 1USOI RIKTOH, Having L:cat:J Pcrmsncntl in Bristol' FOR THE rOUPOSE OF MANUFACTURING Carriages, Bugic lOD .wprls Wagons nnd pfrtits A rhiclcs ul a'.l ! i i!(tknfc. Wi; rin i-i lf illv fr.lit it tlie j atio.'nie ef tli at il ! j.) it i nuf witntiea,. Our aim will i nunc lit.t dial entity ' iimI j tintjiilv n c it.' .I", tin. I i'i Shttjis itfHi EXCELSIOR t O ' ' '. i ;j It .' '.d: Lirr Manufactured by ESAAO A. AUD tvti IUI.H BT W. 1 r ll"-.,'' "'. " . .. .-"i f .".." -: .'' J;rr;4--v-t-','!--V-i V .' MENDED Will make for the next GO daya only, a Grand 'Offer PIANOS fxm '. .ORQAPJO. fjiO." (tiarr rkii lunn fur riiily $215. ; , , STYL2 3 Mnfiiirci'iit ro.iw. l t-a.a V" I trrn lirarjr K-r.fMlni. mil l,ik. .'v .rami Itii'iiiniTa, In r art arny li:. t.i ,,i r .u mi'i.i l.iii lii'im hiI Inl, flit I ft, I a I , I M . r a B ,. a . ' ' I . 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U kilitltl N K v' oilive in tlio (lyUr lluil'liii.. 60 THE BEST IN THE MARKET. , Fourteen illfTereiit slzea mi'l kind. Tiro t'.r.LH mill Ijmint'luil HtttiorTtiliii. . Atlnptaxl to all riijuirouiL'iiU, an.l priced to tultall rnrae. LEADING FEATURES: HouIjIo Wootl D.icrM, rU'iit Wociil Grato Ailjiiitiihto Iiftmi'er, Iiitim'tiainrftiW Aiito inntio Hlielf. lliiilllnK Loor, BwIiiki'iir Iletuth I'litte, Kwlnglins Khin.Ptnp, KoTenilbltf Oa. Biirnlnif Ima; rrrwaj rieoij, Doublo Short CtHiti'in, Heavy Itlng Covmn, Ulimiliiiilwl Jtro iHint, Klt:'ucl K1111H, Nl. kitl I'unelg, ata l'ui"iualikl In MtkturlM, tn rtnli, mi hj oiAjmtiiin. GHEPPARD & CO., Baltlmoro, Mcl P. UUtXVVUK, ItrtHto3Ttuna ' ' ' SOHM PIAID COt of r . 1-1..1 ,1 Mrlnxa If . !t (Irlafra lull pal- V ,t 1 i i atii ll.il 11 : 1 fu My i.tTIJ la. a m.A l"i.' a ...... null,.,, r, ,.,., r,K, Ora'idA.lltm, i'. ti, an. -. h,, ,t tii Hit .rlclloiff Ibalaalra. m, I ,, '.ta't ill. If 1 1- a. & J . t'ti I'lmrJ cim fct ytm York, .T"."""",1.' " 1 '"' a"T " fklar.- "--a-- i.. " iV " ""in way a ir liana la nl lnt aa " "' ""'I l"l MUI"I'IH. ' liiatrtinanl lallr .tn..t I'ttL'.ti' H it I I'M' i ti ... - nil ' ' i i Ail M r K Ll Y f IRHT- 'l....;. l l.'.l. l.'.r. '. , 1 i irii , au met imam- ' Hi"...:,.!' ,,,. Thai r'n.r.'..nnla;tt i , r . .,",r 1 " "S'n. fH- -i i.n t ie t nn:, t:i "".'Mil (t.i!';i:i tf if raira tiallaJ r ... P. m i.,Blf iti ll li'liv. ' ' i.i.V. tailing...' , aA".,t ,, I "'' "i ll r i iiml Il,.n. . .. , I'rr. o i . "I lilrli la .i..., . ' .' '' , r at.. ( .'rain, ! I . ,' ' ' 7""-r", 'imami, ir..4-fr ' ' -. In; Willi., 'I'.'jnaa air w .a, I . . ... " P-a a. -i r.rie, aia SMITH ORGAN CO.. OPH "'.' 1 "' - aaHMaaa.la teMata ' waaik.aiU ' ,,, w, I ' ' t, ,1, , . a. , , i, ,,aa M ,r l,l, M4. 1.. 1 Ma. Na .' -'' M jnniin Aii.iipa ..v il ! ''."' t'i kiiri i m .uU.AU Ukll. , a . ui.. , ,, lktt t,,, , jualf 1 " u a i ... . - ' ' i- . . I l.' ,l .1 I'.a ran pa ' , i i a. , . , i , i t- j. h..jii', - a, '. , I, t.iaul ai ...MM'' ,i..',"i..fiff'fa. . 1, 1. 1 I . t i it. iii i.., aj,,i- III , "rll.i II M Alt l lmua) MM 'I 'lit I a t hi I . i i . ... .4 l Wtea IM V" , ,. ...... . ftn ..fl r alnail I 1I..-I. I'' h.ilaf aar I a IMMIIi -.1 lv,',..,, iuiara at"! ..... i i,.n,ir. . ,..... ai.' H bi.aiM'i "l Hi a "" ' ' ''""..HII, AH.'-. . I i.t'M.hM,a1 4 Hnfcjul,rUfll,tMiv 11 V. MANTZ Poairo Brothers & Co., ln.?:rt:ra ar.i h::z tl Dry Men's Vicar n Specially, 2 k i Ntaovrr Street, i a ii KAI.T.MOIU:.