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THE BRISTOL NEWS
I. C. FOWI.Elt, KDITOH AMIt l'IMIl'Hlt.TUK.1 TUESDAY, XOVKMIJKR 1, 1881. . v . .:. The XFWS htts Iceu entered as second cfcid tmifOr u( tl.e . llristu', Tennessee, 1'ust, Office. I" ... i 11 - . - -. ... Tho Readjiister Ticket. Election, Tuesday, November th. X)U IIOVKIINOH, WH. K. C'AMKRON, of J'ctcrBlnirg. Vf.lt 1.IKIT. UOVKIIXOll, JOHN F. I.KWIS, f KockilllMII). t'OII ATIOKNKY OKNKII A I., FRANK S. IU.AIK, of Wytlie. roit HKNATOH, 1. F. HA I LEY. Oft llul'tiK OP IKI,E!.U KM, JONAS S. KELLKY, I. ('. I'OWI.EK. EVENT and COMMENT. I'n'Hldoiit A rtlmr lws forninlly taken, In St. JoIiu'h EiIhc(iiI C'liurcti, at WiiHlilnjtton, tho winm pew which was once occimleil by MmllHon, rind scvurnl oilier of tho l'li-fldi-nt. Tho trial of (iiilltenu for llm murder of tho ricHldcnt. will ltrglii tho 14th illHt. Confeileratc EoikIr have advanced to $5 per IhoiiKHiid doll urn of their faeo value, No one noeum to know what it ineaiiM.' Judjre Folder, of New York, hag lieen tnmle Heerotary of tlio Tieatiry, and Frank lliilton, of Iowa, luix been nmdo flint AHKiMtant P. M. tJeneral, lnntead of Tyner, wlm p. out on neeoimt of Star Hiut fmud. P. M. (ieneral JameR linn been re-appointed P. 11. (Jeneral. The BpM)lntnient of CI I fibril Ktntlinm toiieeeed WiUm dm P.M. at Lyneh burjr;, wan reKlsted by all the Iloui bon Doiimerntx of the ''. S. Senate. The Senate adjourned the the last Wednes day P. M. without aetlnjj on the ease. Reason: Too nuinv Senators bail gone home. Stalham will now be appointed during vacation, nnd at once go in. ('apt. Wilson was shot through the head by n "rebel" bullet and got well: but (Jnlleau's bullet, shot him out of office Willi better etl'ect. Liurli. Xtitct. In other WoidsCulteau's pistol should ; not, lie ued to put ti Readjiister Into the tdmc of a Republican Postmaster. . You neeiu to forget that vorit Ilouibon RlundeilngXeniitorH used Ciulteau's j.Ih toltopntn lloinlion Deinocrut Into the ' fhoes vacated by PresMent Arthur Why don't yon let the public know that your man Wilson was found with his ' accounts some $2,000 short? That he had appropriated that amount, or there iibinils, of govcruineiit moucy to his own use? You m'ciii to get your campaign thunder mixed. At one time you state that the Readjustee aee nil going over to the leiubll( an parly. Now you think It mi 'outrage that a Itcpubllcaii goc out and a llendjnter goes In. You will be wiser as well us more consistent after (his campaign week shall have ended. Senator Johnston says lint Readjustees "can demand no credit for any thing done before Ibe session of '7l-'H0 that U the tint session. Curious talk this from tho Senator. Tho Harbour Hill nnd the Massey School Hill weeo passed before that time, Can It be possible that tho Funders mean to chlin the cred it of those Hills? i. . j Wliero U Leigh Wilson? Can't our Funder Friends give us souithlug fresh on Ibe Immortal I.elgh Wilson V Senator Johnston overlooks the point tliitt Virginia Is charged with Interest fn West Vu' third of tho debt up to 1H, when the actual separation ofVn. Mud W. Va. look place in INCI. The flin ders have us actually bound for tills ten years Interest on W, Vn. third. They have Just as much right to charge im with It up to this time 1HS, or 20 years Instead of 10. Such is funder Justice nml funder legislature. Senator Johnston does not like the fact that under the Rlddleberger Hill executors., administrators and guardians limy Invest, funds In tho bond provided for In the bill. Ho rorgets that the Fun ding Hill or 71 and the Mo Culloeh Hill doc the sniim. Lach rvihoder ha been by U p Funder made his own special tax vol lector to the amount of his own con lion. Hy the shsve on his coupon he tiuderblds (lie stale or taxation, , thus Inducing thn tax payer to pay to' him rnthcrthan to the regular collectors for thn State, lie llnu collects n large per. t Ion of the School tax and appropriates It to himself Instead of the sclionk The Flinders support nnd defend hlin In the jmsscNloti of the coupon and are thus Hie "cut w in ins" of the school fundi. Vote (hem down freemen of Va. This is the last Issue of the .Vcics during this eventful Campaign. In our next i'sue we hope to announce u complete Readjustee Victory. Fellow Readjustee, ) on have a great w ork Ix-fore you. State sovereignly, free kiiiTi age and National Rcconcilimloii arc the prize for which you contend. We go now. to the final charge, wilhevery tiling to stimulate and every sign to encourage us. We believe we shall win this Campaign and crown our cause with a sweeping success. Let our friends rally In solid column and pros the enemy, while they are retrea ting. The funder are discouraged and have abandoned the debt fight, and nro now trying to alarm thn people on the color Issue. Everywhere in the coun try falsehoods and roorbacks are afloat, touching mixed Schools and mixed blood, which every one knows that Readjustees aee invelceateiy opposed to. Sunup such falsehood In tho ground fellow Read justcr and delve our retreating foes on the true issues which they are already whipped on. Wc lost Indiana in the last throe week of the campaign of 18NU on the absurd 1st ue made by our philfoem on tho turifl'. Senator Vomhes. Sec remarks of Sci.n'or Yoorhcs on tl o (first page of this issue of the News.) Yes sir! another Bourbon blunder which Readjtisterire.f';At saw then nnd which Rourboii hindsight sees now. The Editor of this p:i(-e In hi speeches inn.le a year ago nf Lebanon, Tazewell C. II. nnd nt Abingdon, stated then in advance fore told that the Hom-bon position on the taeiir was an "absurd" one. A gentle man in the audience at Abingdon said "Mr. Fowler, do 1 understand you as antagonizing the Cincinnati platform!'" To this Mr. Fowler replied that he was antagonizing, as a fatal blunder and piece of Houebon folly, the tariff plank of that platform. Mr. Voorhes now sees the hole though which success escaped. Ho hns elegant hind-sight and Is an elegant Hotirbon. j. t.. Lomnnn lias been removed na P. M. nt Lebanon, Yn., and C. C. A Met . son appointed in his stead. We leaen that ninny copies of the News reach certain olllce In Scoit Co, as much ns three weeks behind time. Some of the P. M.'s may need Readjust ment, and we propose to look Into tho matter. Skn.uoii Johnston says In his New born speech that the Rendjusters by their Auditor published the debt of Va. at 211 and two-third millions, and that they nro thereby estopped feoin denying lis correctness. Strnugo logic, that. They also publish that a large portion of the money due tho Free Schools is collected by tho bondholder through his coupon nnd wltheld from the Free Schools. Docs that estop them from denying the correctness of coupon legislation. The Senator's logiu proves too much, lly that method of reasoning the Senator could prove that the election of Malionc and Massey and Dyson Is correct, be muse ltns been olllclally declared to exist, it nd yet the Senator does not ad mit It Is correct to have such Readjust crs In olllce. The Senator contends that by tlie MeCullocli Hill wo save $2 10,00(1 annually of expenditure In the wny of Interest. Mistake. Hefoee tho McCul Inch Hill we paid nuthimj on ouo third of the eight millions so funded under it. lie contends Unit in 1S78 Messrs. Harvey and l owlee declared ns n special coin mittee that 141 to iiu?l Including 1H"( the amount of arrearages to the school fund was :t:i,0O(). So we did, but the Fun ders were not then don with their dep. nidation on this school fund. Since that time they have Increased It arrenrngi1 to 1U thousand dollars. Hut for our having turned out of olllce the Fun der olllchils, there is no telling how much school money they would have diverted from the free school by this time. tt Hi Now. VIRGINIA IN 1881. II Y I. C. IIIIIINK. Mother of States, (the appellation Just,) Not reared to sink beneath tyrranle dust; Nor to endure n guilty traitor's smile, Nor beilecel v'd with aii oppressor's guile ; .nr, yei, neiore apimuite rulers liow, Whose sordid actions stigmatize the Innw of sovereignly, name most to honor dear, And o'er Vu. spread disgust and fear. Virginia ! mime too high to be dlsgeac'd ; hit prsncipies 100 pure to lie ileliaseil, It v liisliriillleanee or extra ilnoiU. ' those w ho ad vocnte obnoxious creeds 5 u no in uissimuiatloir guise, assume The imiiio and style, and occupy the room, Fvterual.of Virginia's faithful sons. Wlille from their heart deceit Incessiiht runs. Mollllc principles In tliein are far Seipiesiered from the bright unsullied star Of rectitude, u mid whose luster mire. Vlrglnla'seorner-stoiies were laid secure ; Whereon her Meucliual works were built mid proved, Nor hence by falsity can he removed, Yet, to this (Kid, their vicious plans nro wrought : And would Virginia's rlg'its dissolve to nought. Lo! they stand notwhero first the he roin stood ; Work for their own, but. not Virginia's good. And hence, are they not nil Virginia v ho A re of Virginia? w filch more phdn Is true From this: dint In proportion to their force, A ml unto progress In their onted course, Do sons of freedom lnnry sustain, And see their treasuries inul their sub stance drain. () heinous ro!iri of public turpitude. Nay, horrible, In souse of freedom vlew'd. Will Justice thus endure the wiles of fraud, I'litll n cloud of mourning, dense and broad, Ho gal hei od o'er Virginia's golden breast, To darken liberty limn east 10 wi st? Shall poverty iis-unie the place of Health, And pestilence Invade the land of In nlih V O yo who occupy the iial riot's ground, Ye ho rejoice w hen Freedom's nut hems omul ; Sinndflnu; let candor plav upon your brow 1 Nor hence to smiI1 the miser's hand allow. Tl not. for you, hut yours, disguised tl cy strive. Which, w hen obi lined, their purpose Is to drive, ThroiiKli fraud nnd force, the chariot of And Justice "rush mid (rcedoin .ibugs(e, To still, by force, your tone of just com plaint; The products, pure, of honest freemen's toil, And cloy their longings with their coun try's spoil; To plunder justice, nnd invert the law, And pierce the patriot's gallant heart with awe; To rise despotic o'er the mother state : That despots, foreign, may pronounce them great. Shall they occasion have these blijrhts to bring? These ruins breed, these miseries un string? Say, shall the wheedling, flattering words of those, Whom to be friends, are nil your deadly foes, Ueguile you, nnd divert your constant steps, And you transform to flattery's ndepts? Unto this height they struggle to nttain; And thus above you rise, their ends thus gain. Rut sure, methinks, 'tis all to no avail; For nil that they may do they can but fail. Their schemes are now exhausted, used in vain. Constructing new ones would unhinge their brain. Hence, they aee done, for they can do no more, Were done nt outset, should have been before. Hut as nt fiist, they still, In mask nnd guise, Make promises, pent up and sealed in lies. With llonrUhing tirade and blustering sound, They mete them out, and wield them glnring round, And tenth extol, that they might be be lieved, The people woo, that they might be re ceived. Hut O yc people to your trust prove true, Prass on to conquest, bear the standard through. He not seduced, nor hindered by their tongues; Hut bid them hush, or they may tear their lungs. And spurn their feigned encomiums, and praise Of Justice, truth nnd honor; for their ways And works, their principles and prog ress, nil, Do drift and verge unto Yirginia's fall ; Directly converse from what they pro fess ; For they denounce what they pretend to bless. Whom can they be, and by what mark or name May tlicy be known, whom truth nnd justice blame? And who, where er'e they range disas ter spread, Strip honest hands to vest the robbers head. Their badge Is fraud, the source of pub lic grief; Funder their name, synonymous with theft. They rnvnge felgncdly, In disguise they prowl, That, unresisted, they may boast and howl O'er freedom, slaughtered, lit her native home, Like (loth nnd Vandals o'er the wastes of, Rome. Can Funders, thou, through 11 a tl cry and craft, Their own designs in honest hearts to draft? Can they deceive whom .the have not deceived? Could they ngalu who have their dash believed ? Nay more; for now their mask is worn and thin. 'Tin lit no more to hide deccpthn In. It has endured as not they had designed. They pain to have it takeu oil' and lined. Hut this they fear to do, for well they know, That all w ithin would be exposed to show. Fear not dear Funders; for It would dis close No inoro than each true Readjiister knows. Rise Rendjusters, in your strength and might', With in ward motives opened to the light, With colors of deliverance waving high. 'Mid beams of peace, hclore the Nation' eye. (iraspyethe reins of government, entire, And wrest the chariot w heels from hog and mlee, Tho wheel uiielog, and let the chariot run, With steady whirl, beneath the blazing sun. Hear free Immunities the same to nil ; From central past unto the iinibli iit wall. The scales of justice hold with honest hand, To turn on guilt, o'er Innocence to stand. Hut let not bribery enhnnce the weight ; Nor fraudulent'!', again, stampede the State. ltemove oppression from our eu inhered land, That she oneo nuiro may free from bur den stand. Willi honesty and fairness, liquidate The debt, that hangs with such egregi ous weight ; That hovers dark, nnd broods with dus ky wings, fi'rlin ' lines and shadows o'er Virginia mugs. Pay nineteen millions; this wc juslly owe; Nor this cm ceding, which the Funder know. Hut leaving truth, and closing freedom's door. They strive to pamper thlilecn million more; Which void of legal claim, or loin, would be Seined by themselves, ns flotsam on the sen. Itclo'co Virginia, with tho sisters slug, With voices concert, let them loudly linir. And roll harmonic o'er thn Nation's breast, BROWN'S 1 A TRUE A PERFECT 3TRENGTHENER.A SURE REVIVER 1ICON IMTTI'iKH nro highly recommended for nil disease requiring cortfthViuiJ oXiiit tonic I wqiecllly lwlitiftvm, hjyfitt, Intermittent tr, Want nfApjiftite, tmn of .SVrrajlA. hvk nf hmgy,ete. Liirlohm tho blood, strengthen the iiiiiscle,snd gives new life to the tirrvot. They iwt like clinrni on the dlwllvc orKsnStfffmoii'sj all dyijHir eiitnptums, sue.h a TnMing the W, JlrLhinit,llttUinthfStimivh,lrnrtburn,ete. Tlic only Iron IrrMimlm Hint will not, Miiohcii tliu teeth ir tfltVlirmlnoho. Hold by nil dniKRlst. Write forth A HCHook (.12 pp.nf usrftil and muslin? fad-lng)-rt.rres. MKOWN CIIIIIMICAL CO., ItaUlmoro, Mil. toUikltll lniaDiUftumiilTnnnrilwt't (M ! Vn-onnwwl nsl lliw,i wr'f. UFWAlin Of IMITATIONS). Along the North, nnd round tho lonely West. Cnto the South, nnd to the rising sun ; Heginning from November Eighty-one; Thence swelling joylul, o'er all nations rise, And strike the chords that underline the skies. Above the thunder, and tho tempest's gust, Progressive, till dominions fall to dust; Till nations crumble, and republics sink; Till heroes fall, and poets cease to think. Howl Funders! veil your heads, repent and cry; The day Is coming when you, too, must uie. Is near at hand, when you to right must yield; When, vanquished, you must abdicate the Held. O Rendjusters ! will von hear tnv verse Which deprecates the darkly pending curse r Though haste leaves paint and flourish obsolete, Yet, will you not Its harsh discords re peat? True 'tis from Wise, nor let it hence ap pear Less merited ; for we love histicc here Although mound us cloudy heights nro seen ; Yet independence vests the vales be twecn. This is our residence, here wc were born ; Nor can we help it; but my name is Home. WiseC. H. Va., Oct 22.1, 1881. CO.MVr.NlCATKP. yir. Editor : "Wood, wood, wood, more wood, we must have wood! We can't live on promises Funder vtmer. Funder promises won't buy a break- iasi. u. .stout, communicated. Mr. Editor: One reason J. M. Rose won't iro with the Funders, is because they took upwlth me uncle 01 tils nephew, wbowastresh from n Loyal League, and run him and voted lor iiim against n crippled confed crate soldier. H. Stout. Flashes of Fashion. We are indebtc d to Messrs, Eiuuch Hitos., of New York, for the follow ing notes on the fashions for the coming winter season, extracted from advance sheets of their magazine, the Fashion SJUAlUKltl.Y. Pale blondes cannot wenr gray. Linen cutis are things of the past. Jet bangle remain in high fashion. Pull's In the arm-hole are occasionally seen. Very long pile plush Is much usucdin millinery. Feather turbans are revived to a limit' cd extent. Derby fell bid fair to remain a per manent fashion. Now Derbies have low crowns and no roll to the brim. I'nleiinincd striped skiets will coutin ue to be much worn. All soils of 'Rhine crystal ornaments aee in high favor. Ombre (shaded) blockings come in nil the new colors. Hunting jackets in new forms contin ue to be fashionable. The hair is dressed close, Hat, and very Utile flulltucss. Wreaths of roses and other flowers are revived for ball coill'iires. Spanish laee, both black nnd w hite, Is as much the rage as ever. Cutis are made very deep, reaching sometimes almost to the elbow. All kinds of I, ices iro fashionable, bur Ispaiu.-li lace taUes Ibe lead. No actual Fauchon bonnets have lis yet appeaeed among new shapes. Yoko-H and collars simulating yokes appeal' on many imported costumes. (iianite cloth Is one of the handsomest fabrics shown lor suit lings. Coroiret hands mid combs net w ith Rhine crystal w ill b much worn. Floral garniture ami diadem wreaths are in demand lor ball toilets. Many large pokes are trimmed with a u real li oi Mower within brim. Cheviots In tin! new heather mixtures arc seen both bordered and plain. Velvet, plush ami fur bauds will nil be used for trimming midwinter suits. The majority of bonnets have very wide strings but some have narrow ones, In mercantile invoices, nil hug bonnets are classed as poKes, small ones cottages. Moire will be much used in coiiihlmi lion wlili cashmere and other woolen suills. lit; I. rl tho ring- A Woodward iivonno saloonlst was decorating his bar the other dav with small llags when a stranger who had Just got outside of four Inches of whisk ey, leaned Ids elbows on the liar nnd observed ; 'Stranger 1 do love that llag.' Do, eh?' 'Yon bet I do.' - 'Were you In the war?' 'Not exactly, but my heart was thine.' 'Wlieie was your body ?' 'Say, that's the thing only I blnnio Hits gn eminent for. If I here had n't been such golden chance to make from floo to if:mil by Jumping (lie bounty IM have died for tin' llag, nnd my old 1I111I nnd two brothers would have' died for her. It was a mean (rick of Cnchi Sam to shake fiHHl nt n feller w ho wanted to wrap that old llag mound him and die on Ibe Hold. I Jumped the bounty four TONIC M-lw, 'H Awui OP VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE : WE HAVE OPENED AN EXCLUSIVE Wholesale ESstfabllslfiment, WHERE OA"N BE A..' PULL LINE OF CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS. Terms Same as Baltimore and New York .THICES CUB ATI: Ti 27IAJV 2J1J? CIlBA'lSZ. Our Retail Department Packed with Fall Goods at Very low 'Prices, Gall on us Before Buying Wc Will SAVE YOU MONEY. OPPOSITE THOMAS HOUSE, ' BRISTOL Tcnn. and dilt'crent times, nnd between me and you I wish I hadn't. Von see I hain't ' hardly cot the face to ask I'ncle Sum to I pram, me a petition lor a inoken lepere- ee:veu winie on mo scout lor ( aiiada though I may work up to it In time. Itlcss the old stars and stripes and gimme a Icetle more of that same brand VFree l'l-csn. THE GREATJKIN CURE. INFALLIBLY CUR2S, Itch lug and Scaly Diseases, Scrof ulous fitiors, Ulcers, Old Sort:s and Mercurial Af fections when all Other 11 it nt a it. Agencies Fail. TllKCim'HR TI!K.tTMF.T, r..r tli turn of Skin, Bculp mill IIIihhI 1)khuii, iioimUt, In Ilia lutoriml line of CrrlcuKA Hsmoi.vkst, tlio new blnixi I'nriUor, mid Iho cxlnrnal una (if Ct'Ticon !l rriuinnA Siiap, llm Urdu! Skin Cure,. FnrSnnlinrn, Tan nml Givaay Skin na, Crrtev SA SiiaI". i, i'X, i'll Inilrl, IniHi i,l iitimrrr mimilri., rriurn Willi di'lMcim ll.nrer oilnr. ,i d hHllri In1h:imi. SALT RHEUM.' Will Mb"iuihM, 2M1 Posrhnni, ft., rhltug,., Krntrhilljr sekmiwlrilxm , cum nf Suit Klii-nm on Im'aiI, ncH, hit', Hrtni, toti leg! for ,vvniteii yi'arn; not ulile In walk .'XC.'I'l nn IihuiIn ami kni' fur nnii yi ar ; m l IiIh ,i IiI lilnii f for i-lslil rcarf; Iri.'d linmlr. il nf min-iltim,' ilnclnra .n Mi'Unci'il lil oii hupiili Hii; I'linimneiitly r it r il hj tlio (,'ulicurs H.' nir.lt' . PSORIASIS. II. K. I'arinnlor, T.tq., Ilcinlfrion, N. V., enrrj of lnrlal nr Lapriwy, nf Iwtniljr )nn land Ins, liy lliu Ci'Tii'i'aA K;in,v.Nr lniirimlly m il I r TirrA nml (urircsA Sn.tr oxlm-nally. Tlio ini'tit WMiti.rrnl iu iiti frnril. I uru citiIU'mI lot ha lorn Ju-llm nf '1m pinica anil pmmliiaiit clll. iri,. aii amiciiMl wlt'i lirlilnx and Scaly lilnai a almnlu fpnd In na f.ir llila lii.llinnhUI in full, SKIM BMSJCASi; V. It. Dr.ika, Kr.., Di lrnll, Mkh , nfTrl lio yniii an uracrn ilim In in a akin ill. r:ia nhUli ap. pi'Uii'il nn lil liaiiili, In n ) an, I fnvii, and noarly ui-airnvpii ma Tim. Tlia mnNt fan fi I itneliirlnK falli-il In lu'lp him, ami afli-r all had falli d lia naad ill" 11-TirrsA Hkhi,vhnt liilurnally, I'riinrsi and f'l'Tiri'HA tinAP I'KliTiiaHv. ami wal curml, nun , v.nniiit.1. j-i in viij wi'ii 111 una uay. SCROFULA. Huh. Win. Taylor, Pnalnti, aiya .' A ft r tliri-a mnnllit' uaa nf Ilia I rTicrsA RitXKt-iKa, and 'i Yi-ara of aa ciuialani llUirliig fin in humor f n0 info, nara ami aiaip aa wa aar viidnri d, I oan a thai I am curad, and prnnriune my aaa lha inci.l raninrlialila nn rarnnl, I tint a burn u alalnd wlili my aiircnaa thai I hare alnpppd tnnn nntlia irani wnn wnri- iinnrimi anil iuij in S"l Ilia Cull cunt lt"ini.ilp and tiny wi.uld tura Ihaiu. SKI JHU M 0RS7 Mra. H. B. Wlilppl.., Urclnr, Midi , riles Hint Icir fiicn, L ad and auma psrta nf har txdy Wi.r iiliinifl raw, It.-H'l (nrand will, aealia mnl anna, SiilT.iriiil foarfiilly and Mud ovuryllilns, I'eriui. iii'iilly cun it I7 ' ullrnrA Kiitii.nl . CUTICURA. ' " " tUuRliU, ara for aila lir all drnmlala, Prlra nf i.l'riri'KA, SliiJInil Jul ly, Mil 1 1 linxca, B'liia, larsa linxaa, fi, ClTIOlaA KsanlTSST, III IHW IIIiiimI I'urlfynr, l par bun la. ( liTH'I'aA ShaI' (llm u.'uli ul iiiaillili al and lullal amipH) t.'ir 1 iinrura iiiiiir nai MnU'i'K rmp, kin. rritirlpal ! -r 11 h'hm I'lini r I'.iisiiin, ni nti. SkTAII mallitil Iraa nn riritpt nf prlua. COLLINS. Una nl I'm i.l.in' vm i'Ati n n iHIr ;'iiiia n . J 4eTrrJa a' lliinia Lrfurrllia plilille. "Wtdl ! Thi-r liialanllr rallrta I'ra. ii ala, I.I art I a i plaint, Malaria, r'nrnr and Ami and Klilnoy and I rlimry IMllli ulllra, ami limy ha worn nri r llm im nt ilia almnnrii, nrnr Ilia kid-ui-ra, rr any sir-ctid pari. I'rlr raiila. Hold eaarywhnra, WcknV I'nttof, llolini. luss. 1 Vamntiit' I'uranttfp t'llln iniiLn Kntv nii.h TiIimmI, nii'l will ruiiiiilnli'ly I'luiiiirn llm IiIinhI In llini'iillrcayf.l''lil In lliivo inniillia, Anv i..,in Mint v III I like I iill ciirli nlslil friini I In In uiH'ka limy Im' rclnri"! to anntnl hnnllh. If aimh it Ihlnj Ih' Jin-llil . AJ. ,, Ii'IUt alioniia. ii;r ,s(.v .f' co.. ii,h,i,h. m...... fiirmrrtf ltnnae. .If". AGENTS WMYEO li,. inul I ninllj II nil ' ll'H ftl Bill III" r , r hivolil, I Villi kml ,1 Mlr of rit,m li,,., iin 111,1 t. nii'l Ton (niilrl, m M li.iri.', II ill n i Vh'I a '"il n, lv ,,f tiili' v. WiiR inr whh ti lliarala alv v a raa-lv tn.i lnl. ivn i .,r , t , all I irrini (n Ci I wntillil V li nil I luff Marlilnc l o,, 4ijv tl mlilinM"tl.i ! nhm, Alnaa li.aylil'l ly, J, MONROE TAYLOR ItSTAIIMHtIRD 1144. s 5 zzz&sur 113 VFATI.H T., NEW lOBKa . Theiie Bond tmv no iiil In quality Mnd handionio stylil of pai.lic. 6atifc lion fnrnt(cd or no psjf. Alc yntir prorer for J. Monro Taylor's Cold McdalKodA, tialutnlus, or linking 1'owiler, and commit jmtr bctt Intercut Ly giving It tiLad you willUver reyrct It, II. 1', & Cu. oet. 4 '1-U. H niiJl! BLOOD X f i I "A rtr ill FAIili 1881 Bristol Carriage BROWH BROS., ,, KEOFRIETOItS, Having Located PcrmanantI In Bristol foil THE I'UKPOSE OF MANUFACTUEING Carriages, Buggies, yprliij; Wokoiih Jind Sporting resjiectfully solicit the pi.tronfipe of this find mljnlnlnpt cniinties. : Our nim will Its lo 'onone In.t flrst-clnfD work, snd ennrgo the lowest lirico. Knimirinit of nil kin.la ueiitly and promptly exreutcd. Bhops neat NEWf ollic iu the Uvlc.r DuiUin. nov. 23. iNKII-ly ' CITY JEWELRY EMPORIUM, COXSIAXILY UECEIV1SO ALL Tit ll LATEST XOVICLTIKS V Watches, Chains. Rings, Bracelets, Clocks, &c. APPERTAINING TO THE LEADING JEWELRY ' ESTABLISH MES T, OF-t- .' ' ". S. W. Virginia and Ea3t . Tennessee. TIEXIEj OISTLT- HOCJSE! TilAT R!lanuraclui-cn on the Frcmisca. FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN" IN Watches, Jewelry, and Engraving only Employed. All Goods (luanttt feed as Ihitrescntcd and Engrat ed Free. Mam Street . . .. Bristol; 'Sam. tEKCELSIOR CQQEC. STOVES! ,f?nipr ' THE BEST IN THE MARKET. ''J-i"-- -;'' Kiinmrtixt Itmrvoln. Attni! lo Ty?Jr' r.,lvW" pTr-n rtHll"roiiu.iiU,Hml prlrcd to tultll puna iilf " LHADJNC FEATURES: W'fmX! '.,V! V t riirii iMllil.' I),-ira.. I'aUnit'Wraal firtllfl. ' Manufactured by ISAAO A. SHEPPARD A CO., Dftltlmoro, Md. AMD roil iai.k by W. P. IIIIRWF-II, llrtalol, Tnn. OCt 11, 81 ly MPiMPiATI rcinurkulilM im.,i ...in r . TL " ""r" 50 per cent. (Jiscountto Aoont5trwtn,M P Tl.larB J'i'rifiill. OPa NTR Wanted itvnn MAI I II lk.t " .M. .. VHI,"I H.IMIL -- llltl Kill,!!.!...! A il.l,. ,'.'i'.i r "if 'rdiBalila',aial, 'Wl.fJ a u' "kui kirma, UakGl.ftVa. AililrtM THE NASHVILLE AMERICAN. Al tin limit til llm W,., )!.'- I. I i Inrurim'il iwapmir,., Uai.e.l from n com Miiili llng i-dliil ti,a.rtml.in fur Die cul ooUiiii nnil,atril,t1)n orimrly IntrlllBMir lll'dll III iro nn in,lla.,n.ll.llll.u . .1 , , ,, f, iv. inn, mil t ivnuiirinnrn tliiilailii.a Dun nWi 1 IIC Cll'irla nf llm Mi.na, aaa ril,. I. fui In niiilntiilii It. a,iniln,i n llm Itatt pilltli'iil,cnMiMiiicliil nml fninlly ncwar'"t- v. iu m- F.Miiiitrn aiuioa win in no pnrlimi In r l r!liiiu,f,ir Dip ciianinu ymr, an. I Iiiiiii.V liniitTit rhiaiila Hat tiiiilaiiii.lui.,! I'm' Ilia i.ii.l l u... . . 1 1 . ...H.,i.... 1... - , . ri..iii. nn l .'l'l vn nnvu lnl l.oc.i Uaa limn im hltmlrril lliniianti'l iliilliita niimiutl, tnnirvliN knromi nlih lie frr.l iwi ,n,aa nn, I II ..il.. . . r..m ..i. in.ilo firrit iilntio Ua tlR ,,,, ,,n .ii..iirmi. ii'iu ira jirr nnnuw. N tilln.f lip w-iif, 1 rr hiiiiIIi nf ll,i. II l III 1 j'oinlo.Ua m ! I, r ..griii,ri ainl.ra. II 'U PMra f ci'lllnrv il.u il. . . . , - - , "r I II I Illy Tl 1 in Hi rfir. iiR'iii,i Imllilnva. nml lia.ill I" iifr i:lna(.,, The V. Wly .Iw.ii, i,i I" 11 '1 11 lit) of Miv I'l I'll III I.T ilia li,.N , II ftl tidily l.ama II, o work Will nntilnllt tli full r litntf nf lrltyrn,Mij (llapntrli.a Mi l nniktl ilniiiniliin nn il.n il ..r ....1.11. I'ttllntl, It Vrlll li atilil tuialiiun nai. I In m,. ft I'Uaa for una ilull tr 11 ) imr, 7 ci-ntu fur (1 , inniiiilH nn.i 411 pan r. 11,h ill, l'nllv I Vl'nr I'.'.illl. Min.ili.aa n.i.iH..I I iCt l?lll. (11. WtrnlL I ...t all mi Aililrua Till: AMKIiK'AN Nnalilllc Tnn. nrATTVi ORfiANS 1,1 H" r"1 ,,"f. " ' . J ' " "1' Pia""l 1'i a! " - t'ura. A 1,1 .'! 1 .fi'' ,li,i, .1 , J , j nrlt tv GOODSOBJ Va. Veliiclonof nil Ii s rlptlons.'1 Attlu.HtjlliliI ll.liniinr llltl.rrtintifffaitiln Jlllliw itiiilln Mictr, Umlllttir Iinnr, Pw IiikHiR Hi nrth riiilr, PwIiikIiir Kliip.Hiiip, lti'ivrnlbU) Oim IlnniiiiR Inif mm l ii'tm,, Iia.ililo Mmrl rinili'W, Hinvjr Rlim riivitm, lllnuilnnlud Mro Dimm, Nloki'l Kuolia, Nli bnl I'litwiln, elo. fnoqimlud la Material, lu Mnl.-h, nd la oiKintUuu. ! GARFIELD ninaition ' inti.n,i r,..,i,i , a m i IKMT SKI.I.IMi IIIhik v. A.ni,li, ilmik I,, mall, 41. 0". 4 W. 4ik HI., 4ta.laaall, V. .j .... .... ..1. . ... . a v-ii. LH - 'B IIP PRIRlni'NT Jt n nuaiaal Factory, . Imr f liaw hi n.ai, Ii,,ia.,lt.r,it,l I II I I I II I II n, 1 mi 1 ,., (imd. .ii,M.i,iii,,r, I nl IF 1 r I II (, Al l, .rlM.n; .mUh.l,.l wllhll l 11 r I I I II tow lirlra, II. .r II, hilMlUI II I I llaalUlaf lll'UIUItU UHOS Wil'a.rU.ltTflaU,l. Ml'llllAUU UKOiS W Mi rrlk t On i' r.i lovi il . GARFIELD And lili I11MI.I11I miihirt. An alraanl I'lirnmo l.llliiytaph nf ftnr lata Traa. I'l.nl, ma kin a f full I'Hnlli 'i'ilr,ll.. ,ili,.a la) liliiilina im lia ,ii.., tvllli i, ,la, t,,, ,M,r, H'", li a lnrlii., 1 1, a. la nl IU lia.nliriil iirli nf arl liaa lia. n a'iir.r a4nia4 al tl i.ar a i , In iinli r thai i tarr laiali, n a, I, a. ahl In ),,... h. h, nini',,1 tl, ,lMa ami f. nlr nf imr lali' I'nialdKiil ami Ma I'alili l, l Will Hall fi.f iinly Mr,,,.. , W ,llfl,,i, llila iiiaauli. ,, trliilntt In a fnlnra, t ilnra.lln MalJIirlna, Inr IAi.,i,,, , ..,in(H aaini Ink mi. AGENTB ViAKTED. Wnw la Ilia Hti.a ft r aaanla In fiai rl.'h daf. '! Willi 1I11.11 l,,iiifi,i nrltnlia. ff..il,,a .tlla IlkaUiain, "anil fi.r anifilaa an. Irrma, MA.r Ai I I'nblUlifr. . . . ""f nl flaw r.'ia. It. C. To. 1.. 1 'ri-iiiii, -r- Goodson Male Academy I'lml 1 luui" Mnnyrilr llnM. I Xl'llillil rpaliiilllfnllv ft tl till kl m I I. a. A (JOODSO.V MAM1'. AUADKMY Ik luiw 1.1...M. I will lii Maat. , ,v my KiHii-r in . 11, 11, V't'HHTl. llilU'laiiM Hl'KnlMral mV' i"'i III l,f i,ll funil III lltat fl nmntlia, rmniuPi'if lti(i Mr.t ft. Thp liiunl ffi. f Hi'vi iilj II vi wit, f,.r r'ltilli.K'U'i'lf in rriiilriil of nu ll Hulmlnr nn rnlrniir.. li'u'fi'iruMv', M.lll, Mlf OIIAH. C. MIMH jrj In fnii 1 li,ri t'lma I'ul'lai J, .. .. 1 1 1 v inn 111 rrf AJ'i.f, n .'li it n 11 1 t' ' I'