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TO A YOUNG LADY OF ORANOE.
by tr. w. w.
Ah I turn away and hide your pretty face,
la pity do,
Lest I, while kneeling In this sacred plane.
Adore bat you.
By*, tho' 1 I strive my thoughts abovo to lift,
Pou are so fair,
That, when I look In to your eyes, I drift
_*. To Heaven there.
Ah I why do you disturb tho deep devotion
That underlies
My earnest prayers, by such a flashing mo
tion
Of your bright eyesT
Aa though you did not know my soul needs
saving,
Or, did not care,
So, only, that you set my mind to raving
On your fair hair.
.
Alas, I look upon you in this place,
At fearful cost,
.For, thinking only of your heavenly face,
I shall be lost.
And will you woep when lam law away, (
Down, down below?
Or, will you toss your pretty hood, and say, t
"Well, let him go: i
•'Thero's other hearts as true, that I mny win -
On any day.
And which to gain me wouldjiot cure if sin ,
Lay In their way," i
At least, I pray you, h ide those brilliant eyes, i
While yet there's time,
That I, from this temptation, may arise
At clinrch to rhyme. t
Wil attii Ikuw,
Bustles are again in fashion.
A baker should feel compliment
ed if called a big loafer.
Blushos are like little girls: they \
become women.
.... Motto for a journalist—"Do write
and fear naught."
Temptts fugit. Flies hay* come on
time.
Why is hopo like a decayed
cheese ? Because thousands live on it.
Sam thinks Sym Mettry and
Grace Fulness are a happy couple.
How many lcet are there in a
lightening rod.
81ns that all mankind abhor—
medicines.
—— Some stupid fellow wanted to
know whether there was an eclipse of
the honey-moon.
A Canadian editor, attacked by
a ruffian on a bridge, threw liini into
the river and made an item on liim.
— An editor out West has lieen
elected town constable, and now ar
rests the attention of his readers.
When does a candle resemble a
tombstone ? Wlieu it is set up for a
late husband*
"One who loved Ills fellow men,"
is suggested as an epitaph lor the late
King of Dahomey.
When you hear a man stty "life
is but a dream," tread on his corns and
wake him up. Life is real.
— Where wns money lirst mention
ed in the Bible? When the dovo
brought the green back to Nonh.
Parson Hanibo gave out tor his
text, "de two eyed chapter of de one
eyed John."
The ancient Scandinavians used
the antlers oi stags lor drinking cops.
This is evidently the origiu ot the
phrase "taking a horn."
— A child was born recently In
Tennessee with two tonguas. Need
we venture the remark that it was a
female ?
William asks : "Can the refu
sal ef ft woman to marry a man be con
sidered a matrimonial knot.
We would say knot.
....A citizen of Bridgeport avers
that he has been cured of dyspepsia by
riding over Uoimecticut.railways this
winter.
A man In Western N. Y. ma
nures grape vines by burying at the,
rootstne carcasses of dead cuts. A de
cided cat-awba llavor, he thinks, is
thus imparted to the grapes.
Lola Montez was born in Dub
lin of Irish parents. Her grave lies at
Greenwood Cemetery, and the head
stone contains only her age and name
Eliza Gilbert.
An irate husband at Pckin 111..
becoming enraged at his wMc, seized a
large wood-axe. and rushing into the
kitchen smashed the cooking stove all
te pieces.
"Show mc a Conservative," said n
Radical to a Demo rat, nud I will show ,
you a traitor or a dupe. " "Oh certain- I
ly, sir, I show myself to you and you '
snow yourself to me."
A man on Cape Cod having nd- 1
vertiscd his wile as having left his bed i
and board, 6he retorts that she went I
away a couple of weeks to cam her |
bread aud the bed belongs tc her moth
er.
—— When Moore was getting his j
portrait; painted by Newton, Sydney .
Smith, who accompanied the poet, said
to the artist, "Couldn't you contrive to
throw into his face somewhat ofa stron
ger expression of hostility to the Church
Establishment."
— A country editor noticing the
decease of a wealthy gentleman ob
serves : "He has died regretted by a
numerous circle of friends, and leav
ing a widow as disconsolate as any
wiclow need be who has obtained the
uncontrolled posession of live thousand
per annum. More than twenty young ,
men have sent letters of condolence to
her."
An ingenious shoe maker who Is j
known as a man of few words, whose
conversation rarely extends beyond
that of monosyllables and who is very j
provident ".even of them, he hit upon
the following plan to save the expense _
Of pointing all the letters of "shoo shop.'

SHO
P
A learned professor in a New '
England college was accustomed to de
mand an excuse ot students whenever (
they were dilatory at iccitations. The '
excuse given he invariably added :—
"Very well ; but don't let it happen
again." Ono morning a married stu- !
♦lent happening to be beltind time, was ;
promptly inte.-rogatcd as to the cause. •
SliaThtlV embarrassed he replied.
'•The'truth Is, sir, I had an addition ,
to my family this morning and it was i
not convenient to be here sooner."
"Very well," replied the profe.ssor, i
In his quick nervous manner, "but don't
let this liappen again .•"
— A preacher of tlie iiethodest
Church was traveling in one of the
back settlements, ar.d stopped at a e»b
ln where an old lady received him
kindly. After setting provisions be
fore him 1 she began to question him In
the following way : .. __ __
•'Stranger where nioiight you be
'"Madam I reside in Shelby, Caunty,
Kentucky."
"Wall, stranger hope no offence, but I
what motight you be doing up here ?"
"Madam I am searching for the lost I
sheep of the tribe it Tsrar-1."
"John, John '." shouted the old wo
man "come rite here tfcss minnte ; here -
is a stranger all the wuy from Shelby
County Kv.. a hunting --lock, and 111 J
just bet my Hie that tangled-tmlroil old j
hUck mm that has been In our' lot all ,
Uit week, ia out ot liia t"
A
gltscfllmttoiii grbbcrtistmtnls.
PABIB EXPOSITION XX ISO 7.
THE LABIiK AND ONLY
CHORD GOLD MEDAL OF HONOR, «
For ii;ii-t<slinii Machines, \
AND THE
DECORATION OF IHE CROSS OF THE I
i.i:<ao\ of uohor,
AWARDED *
C YItUS li. McCOEMICK, \
OVIB AM. OTHKR COMrETITORS.
The. only Erhiliilor who received bolh these s
Orojiil Distinctions at the Aj-otfUiom '
111 E, V.flil.,U .tlCUiti i/» a.a'i'a" aa.itttaia.a
our Mr. McCormick at the Paris Imposi
tion, Is not one of the ordinary gold medals
distributed to other exhibitors, but Is one of
the Rlcrcn S_tceial MeiUtls, larger and more
valuable, awarded only to such articles ns iv
the estimation of the Jury demanded some
extraordinary mark ol distinction for their
superior excellence, world-wide famo, and
universal utility.
It Is well known third the Jury did not has
tily bestow its honor;; thai tin- trials In the
iic'lil were laborious and persistent tests In
culling the most ditticull crops of grain and
grass, in Ihe. rain, catii)ilcliiy Milurtited, anil
i laser lo the tjrounil than any cutting cxer dalle
in America _ and that these tests were con
tinued day after day, some of litem on the
Kmperoi'sown farm, nntl tit repeated Inter
vals, so as to give ample time lor reflect ion
and Judicious decision. Though several oth
er machines (and among them we are pleas
ed toobserve two other American machines,)
wore awarded gold nntl silver mod.ils,.v.t to
America In general,and to our Mr. Mcl or
mlck In particular, belongs the prond dis
tinction ofagniiicnrrylnKofft.il.'(.real Prize,
as ho did at the former World's Fair, In 1851,
at London, uud In 1855, nt Paris.
James W. Walker, Sr., and George 11.
Clark; of Madison Comity, Va.,say :
We purchased two of your large Self-link
ers, and cut a fair crop of wheal, with much
satisfaction to ourselves, and at a great sav
ing of labor. We do not think your lteaper,
as well as your Rocking Cutting Mower, (one
of which we also have,) can be excelled.—
They aro certainly the best we have seen
used out of the very many different makes.
W. B. Wayland, of Waylandsburg, Va.,
says:
Yon ask my opinion of the McCormick
Belf-ltaker. in reply, I will say I have work
ed the Self-Rakor. aud also the ItaTcking
Cutter Bar slower to my entire satisfaction.
Tim lteaper worked well during my entire
harvest, cutting and mking most, admirably.
It Is strong, well built, of good material and
workmanship.
H'tlliam P. Cave, of Orange County, Va.,
says:
I bnvo given the Mower a thorough, fair,
and full trial; clearing up fields with it,
wherein wastheacenmutated rubbish of two
years, very rough ground, u-ild bushes und
briars, and do not hesitate to pronounce ll
as the best Mower known.
Messrs. P. T). .Tones nnd Alexnnder, Hnp-
Idan Station, William Overton, Henry Tay
lor, George V. McOohee, Mrs. ,M. H. Chamber
laync, Trevllllan's Depot, Mni. .I'rns.iius Tay
lor, ('htnies Mlrahan, Orange Court House,
all purchased the machines In 1387, and to
them I refer.
Machines sold upon accommodating terms.
A. P. ROUTT, Agent.
Lllsrrty Mills, Va., March rid, Mis.—ti
IMPEACHMENT DETEIIMIXEIToxI
"" der of tin* day. and whereas, somebody
should be Impeached; therefore, resolved,
that all Viryinia I\truu-rs who do not buy
thelr
Threatilng IWaclilncg
of their twin State manufacturers, tmirlil to be
and shall be Impeached. (Special laws to suit
mch case will lie enacted after the crime Is
committed ; provided, however, that all who
upply at once to
MOVERS & JONES,
of Ooralonsvllle, Virginia, fqr a piico listol
their
"SOUTHERN ST,\n" TITHESIIEU AND
CLEANER,
shall be exempt, on complying with tbe
t.-rnts therein contained, 'litis Machine de
livers tbe clean urmlti in the liurs, and for
"jood work, ll(*bt tlrtitt untl ease ol' itiaiitu*e
inent, we challenge comparison. Hamptes
can be seen at our tsrorc.
We are constantly mßunfucturliif* Livings
ton riows, DoubleHbovcl Plows, Com Plant
ers, Corn Shelters, untl liirmini* Implements
generally. Also, Agents for the sale of tbe
celebrated
Buckeye Reaper and Mower,
Bickford and Ilnflmun's drain llrill, ffar
man's Wheel Horse R.iiie, Muiii/.'s strtuit
Machine, anil all standard implements de
sired by the termer.
Mr Early orders will be filled; late ones
may not.
aS*B~ Terms as good as the best.
MOVEItH * JONES.
March B, 18(58—3m' Qordansvllle, Vn.
~ 11 ALL,ARD HOTEsVT"
IticiiMOND, Va., Mureh 10,1808. $
elegant establishment is open
X- to the nccoiiiini.ibitlon of ol'the public—
The building Is one ol the
I'iiKNl In the City,
and for style, convenience nntl beauty °f ar
rangement, ta acknuwlcilgeil to be superior.
Its Furniture
is new and complete, and for cleanliness, it
la proverbial.
The subscrllier, after more than twenty
years experience In thu business thinks he
risks nothing iv saying that tills Hotel shall,
in every respect, bo
Equal to any In the South,
and asks the patronage of his friends and
the public generally.
JOHN P. BALLARD, Proprietor.
March 2(1, PWK.—tf.
CLOVr.R SKKD & GROUND FLASTEIL
1 PROPOSE to feral— the Farmers
of Orange and tlieiidjolningOoiintles with
a superior article of Clover antl Timothy
Heed, also a pure article of Ground Piaster,
either In Barrels or bags,at city prlces.ad
dlng freight ate. 1 will take couutry produce
In exchange for the above named articles ai.
market price, deducting fbr transportation
and Commission. Hend In your orders and
secure a pure article of Hoed and fluster.
lb. 71868, A. THOMSON.
-TIIE CJLLUBBATEI)
LONE JACK,
and
BROWN HICK
SJIOKIX G T O 1? A C C (J !
John >V. Carroll,
MAaUS'.VCTtmEB,
LYNCH UUllCr, Va.
Nov. 15,1587.—1y.
iir. E. W. Row,
PHYWCIAJt AXii BUBQEOW,
OKI-'p;iiS HIS PROFSSSIO-fAL
Services to the .-.immunity.
OFFlCE—Opposite l>r. 1). 11. TaliefeVro's
Drug Store, OKA NO E f. 11., Va.
November l.i, lst.7. —ly.
W_STEOI
T WILL PAT the Hhrhes* Cash Price
A for Pork, Com, Oats, Reads, I i - ■ 1,
Wheat. Bolter,^ Eggs, Beeswax, and Pou try
of all kinds. Pet ■-. imi i
to sell will .1.. wi 11 to call ot rlher
]„■:... ■ellin . -. V. .-.-•■■ t—OlC
No.'. Ij, 1.-iT
glisttllniuons
ex perieSce ISis" breatTeaiihebT"
MHS. J. CBOLY (Jennie. June) tes
tified-—"i like the Grover A Raker Ma
chine, In tlio first place, because, 11 1 had any
other, I should still want a Grover A Baker
and having a Grover at Halt, r. It answers o
purpose of all tho rest. It does a greater -
rli-tyof wa.rlr, and It Is easier to learn than
any other.''
Mrs. Genernl Bnell testified r—"Wc have a
Orttvera* Baker Sowing maohino for seven
years, In constant use, hemming, foiling,
tucking, and everything that the fingers enn
do. Itls preferred ..verallotberson account
of Its durability or work, elasticity and
strenulh of slit, h, enso of movement, and
simplicity of construction."
Mrs. A C. Fobs, wife of the Rev. ylrchlbnld
Fi».s, writes:—l fool It to bo both a duty and
a pleasure to Inform you with what sauafac
tlnn und success I have worked on tlie Gro
ver A-. Baker Machine for the past eleven
yours. It Is so simple in its structure thai it
is exceedingly ilillieult to got It out of order.
Both of my little girls-one live and a hn't
the other lour yen rs—can sew straight scums
on It without assistance.-'
Mrs. Wilson, wife of l'r.if. Wilson, Hobnrt
(Xillcge, writes:—"Your Machine is such a
benefit to mankind thai I often rei I n-s
though 'twould do me good to triuu)M-t Its
praises tar and near. The one I have is nl
tlie plainest kind, but i would nol exohatnge
it for the most expensive I over saw ut any
other make."
Prof. Henshuw, of Williston Seminary,
writes:— "My wife, from a six years' previ
ous use ofa Wheeler A Wilson much me, en un
to the work ofa Grover aS linker with reluc
tance. But ma Baw weeks prejudice vanlab
nl admiration succeeded, nml now the Gro
ver ,'; Baker lias no more cnthiiitu-tic aalvo
i-ni.. iluin she. Tbe simplicity ulitseonstrue.
tltiii.tlic facility with which its us. Is no
ttulrtti; the beauty, strength, and eMstwlty
of itsstlchsad ltewliiiitnliUity to ull klntls
of work, arc qualities which tin not all belt mo ut
unci to any ailirr mnehrne."
fiilct Rotrms iSi Baltimore Street, Baltimore.
TIIK I! A I.TIM OK X
WEEKLY laZETTE FOR ISOB.
■PHK Northern Radical pnn-nnis. In
•*- view of the approaeblng l'resitleiitlul
struggle, are making every eltiirt to extend
their circulation lattt South, and to Hood
the country with lludlcul falsi -hoods, in or
der t" lav a foundation tor Radical Intuits —
With a view of combating us far as possible
these mischievous agents, the Weekly Gn-
Katte has been established. It undertakes to
represent tbe true wiuilsaud feelings of tbe
SiHith, aud to resent, lior wrongs. It Is the
largest cosmopolitan Journal i.nblisbc.l south
of New York, and has already, within a few
weeks, obtained subscribers in some three
hundred Siiuthern towns and villages. In
the hope of accomplishing some good during
the Presidential campaign we oiler the Week
ly Gnastta In packages of fifty copies, to nny
one address, for 3(10. For single copies untl
clubs mailed to names of subscribers, our
terms are:
One copy for one year, - 91 '**
One copy for six mouths, - - - Sl (XI
Five copies one year, - - - • (tl 00
And one copy extra to getter an of
club,
Ten copies, - - - - - - $13 00
And oue copy extra to getter up of
club,
Twcntv copies ----- $2700
And one copy togetter up of club.
Address UAKKTTK OFFICE,
March 13,1MB—Ot. Baltimore.
Demoreit'ii Monthly itlajrazine
Universally acknowledged the Model Par
lor Mngurine of Amcplca; devoted to Origi
nal Stories Pbems, .sketches. Architecture
and Model Cotlnga's, Household matters,
Gems of Thought, Personal und Literary
Gossip (including special departineiils on
Fashions,) Instructions on Health, Music
Amusements, etc., by the best authors, and
t.rofiisely Illustrated with costly engravings,
hill size) useful and reliable Patterns, Km
iniidcrles, and a constant succession of art
istic novelties, with other useful and enter
taining literature.'
No person of rati nement, economical house
wife, or lady of taste, can afford to do without
the Model Moid uiy. Single copies SO cents,
mailed free. Yearly, $.1, with a valuable
premium; two copies, $5 50; three copies, ¥750;
Five copies, $12, and splendid premiums for
clubs at $3 each, with the lirst premiums to
each subscrllier. »»~A now Wheeler A Wil
son Hewing Machine for 20 subscribers at $3
each: Address.
W.JENNINGS DF.MOItEST,
No. 173 Broadway, N. Y.
Demorost'H Monthly .and Young America
together ft, with the premiums for cakrli.
November 1"), IHO7.
HiKiMTiki:.
T HAVE on hand MiC for snip the f«1
--■X to *-lng articles:—Augers nntl bitts, of all
sines, glmbli-ls, curry combs, pud, plate,
proas, closet and trunk locks, thumb latches
and lathing hatchets, hand saws, aud tile*,
saws of all sizes, claw hummers, but blngos
hand balances, candle sticks, shoe lacks and
brails, cnt nails .1 l«20, large and small size
scissors, cow hells, two arid four pronged
forks, flesh forks, sausage grinders, nutmeg
gt-iit.-rs, coflbfl and iw-pL.er niUi*,cork acrews,
•superior razors, tea tin.l table spoons, spades
nml shovels, crosscut saw files, rasps, tea
kettles, porcelain laid stew puns, shovels
and tongs, sat irons, needles, plus, white
wi»Hh brushes, scrubbing brush.*,siio. 'brush
es, table knives and lurks, white uud colored
knob locks Of the best kinds, spirit ItVeaM,
frying; puns, slates pencil, looking glosses,
ack.fore ami smooth plains, wallle Irons,
brace antl bitts, drawing knives, pots, ovens,
griddles, Ac. 1 will sell tlio tibovo goods its
low as can be sold In uny place where goods
are retailed. K. W. KINCHELOE.
December 13.1867.
11.1.ti A JOHNSON,
SEED (MOWERS ANll DEALERS,
I .in:- .ti..in si.,
HI (il M(laVl), V A.
DKNCII'TIVE Cutitlo-fiies for
of 18..X now ready, an.l will be forwarded
to nny one applying for litem.
Particular attention piiid to sending seed
by mail.
Upon receipt of catalogue price, we will
forward any Heeds ordered ami guarantee
their safe delivery. For Peas, Ik tons, Corn,
ami other heavy Seeds, IS cents per It. must be
added to tho remittance to pay postage.
There is a special PosUd arrangement for
transmitting seeds by mall, and for all puck
tigtis not weighing over (bur pounds it is the
safest and most expeditions wtsyof ..blam
ing tliem. Large Quantities will be forward
ed according to Instructions.
It..niiitii'ict-m l.y check payment tonrder,
by i'osl Office draft, or in registered letters
ai-e at. our risk.
Send for Catalogues, ainlaililress
ALLAN A JIIIIN'SON,
Ha.x irsx, itlclunuiul, Va.
February 28. 1808.—ilm,
NEW BESTAI'ntKIT.
I WOULD retpMlAilly Inform my
friends and the public "generally that I
havo Just opened a new
FIST-CLA.SS RESTAURANT,
nntl tun prepared to furnish fresh York Riv
er Oysters. Steaks, (til lets, Chops, Rabbits,
Ham ami F.ggs. and whatever else the mar
ket affords, ail of which will bo served In tbe
best stylo at moderate prices. Connected
Ith the Restaurant Is a
Bar-Room,
tn which choice Liquors, Mountain nntl llal
tiiiiore Whisky of the best brands, Wines ol
all kinds. Cider, Ale and Cigars will be
found. I will also again call attention to the
fact I but I furnish Wine for Stieramcnlttl _nir
posts to all Churches within ten miles of this
place at cost. All I ask is a call from my old
friends,as lam determined to please them.
November 22.1887.—tf. A. G. NICHQI.S.
THOMA.S S. BALDWIN A. VO.
FOR TIIF, LAST THIRTY YEARS
HAVE had the reputation of selling
tho best;
Cloth inff
In the South, which they menu to sustain by
selling at such prices as the times demand.—
tmr stock of
Over and Biiainegg C'oata,
considering the
STYLE, fiI'ALITY AND WORKMANSHIP
are tin* lii.-apesl thnt have ever been otlero
to tho public. In fact, our enllre stock of
Winter Clothing*
has been marked down to the lowest possi
ble prise. Please call on.
THOMAS K. BALDWIN A CO.,
(late Keen, Baldwin & C 0.,)
corner above post-ollieo,
January 10,18f18.-ly. Richmond, Vn.
FOR SALE.
JUST received, one client extra Green
Tea. Still on hand Extra Portorico Su
gar, iiL lr. cents .per poundl one Ih.x nice
Cheese; one ease extra French Bmndy.for
medicinal ptirpoi es—all sold cheap for pgsti.
January 10,1868. BNOWDBrI YATm
FOX KENT.
r | _X iiwoiliiii' House with Store Room
x aftachod, together with a gootl Kitchen,
Meal house, and Os'tlKii,adjoining mv Store.
Apply to A. THOMSON
Feb 7,18H5,
fJL<) VEB SEEt>.—lso bushels Ohti>
Xf and lVnnsylvanlaCloverSeed; lOObush
,lbTiinotby Seed, for sale by
HioMAS PERRY,
l". Kirn.* sircot, Alexandria, Va.
January 31.1568.—yn
I<_OUR, in llarr-i Is, and Sucks, Corn
- Met.l, l-'if.sh Qronnd.lo llnrrels No. 1 I'n
loinn.- Herrings, mni) lbs,Bacon, liuo No. 1,
Li :ti Lard, for -.ale by,
.March 111, ltttis, E. W. KTNCHELOE,
fioitX WANTI-riTT—I iviil pay the
V-highest market price fur five hundred
bum-is of Com, delivered.
Dee,-ml., t 1... law. A . BOM <ON.
/,■.,,.... ~-,t,.t >...■ ...,—■, To
sale at 11. 1). TALIAI- UIIKG'H IWUg Ij.o
Oct. 25, ban. '
©rnngt
\HW STORE
AT
pRANCrB COURT HOUSE, VA.
THE imderslfrncd otters for sale, at
his new store, Orange C. M„ Va., ne.v.l
door to Chapman ACi>„ a full assortment ol
DRY OOODS, GROCER Es,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOCK, HATH, CAIN,
HARDWARE, CALICOES,
COTTON CLOTHS, _>.
The slock, which Is iinusunlly large for a
village slortt, litis been selecletl with great
care In ilu- Northern Markets, and under
circumstances wnlch enable me lo oll'.-r spe
cial Inducements to buyers. The public are
rasped fully Invited 10 call and examine for
themselves. I bind myself to sell as low as
any ooontry merchant In Virginia.
1 e.s pet-la sititill profit on ull my g.it.tls.
*o -Tha- highest cash price will be paid for
till kinds of Country Produce.
Noven,ltd Lit, is.,;. v J. BROWNING.
~ EIKI.OI l" i kIWEB&OV,
(St'CCKPSOUH TO IKHSKWiIIITII a 11UOT1IKU,)
Jlanufiictuiiis and Diialers'in
OATINGS, PLOWS ate.,
OB \n.ie ('., iL.'rVA.
eUßstot-K consists of the Livingston and
Patent, from No. lto No.ii, botk
cast untl wrought Share. Plows conipletc at
reduced prices to suit tint times. Onsets for
ItuulileShoviiPlaiwsuiidCullivuUirsprompl
ly rilled, our
BLACKSMITH SHOPS
nre well supplied, ami we charge but 81 for
shoeing nurses till artunrd. In (he
CARRIAGE SHOP
\va»,continue to make and --ejiairall work In
that line, at in...l.■rule prices. .Severul Car
riages nntl Buggies on It.tii.l ami tor sale
.-In-ill.. ECKLOFF A ANDERSON.
N. ll.—old Irun taken in exchange tor work.
Aprils, 1K67.-tf.
H. (.. It X 1.01 1,
MANVFACrrUKKIt ANll PF.AI.BR IN
HOOTS AND SHOES,
(UtANOE C. H., VA.
I AM now prepared to furnish my friends,
customers nnd the public genenilly, with
BOOTS AND SHOES,
ofall kinds nml siz.es, made i.n the very 1..-.I
maimer, aud oi tlie host material which can
be bought. All work warranted, and a lit
guarranlend. Call on Itry me.
Red Sole Leather, 1i....l Webbing. Lining
untl l-'iiiduigs, alwt.y on hand and lor sale
by R. O. ECKLOFF,
April 3,1H0T. Near the Depot.
MT. VERAbjS MKMIt \.
r PIIE unilersipui-il desires to Inform
-*- the citizens oflinitigiinii.l the public gen
erally -that, he lias ret eivod the a|i|s.intnient
of Agent for tin- eelebruUHt Mount Vernon
Nursery which Is situated on upurtofl.be
Mount Vernon farm, and is prepared to fill
promptly anal to the satisfaction of buyers
In his line all orders for
Frnlt or Ornamental Treeg,
Cuttings, Slips, Scions, etc. Descriptive Cat
alogues ready In a few days. I am also
Agent for the Counties of Greene; Madlsa.n
ami Culinrpei. For purtictiliirs t.pplv to or
address R. 11. lInirsEWORTH,
March (1, 18IW— If. Orange C. 11., Va.
s^R_~WAf¥TEI»T
WANTKI), at once, a grazing Farm
of from auo to 250 acres of renily good
land in Orange or Culpeper. Must be near
the Kiiilnuiil, with a eomfortablc Dwelling,
OUI-houses In gooil repair, water con venieiit,
plenty of wotsl for fuel sud fencing, and in a
g.ssl nelghborbooii. For such a farm, a fair
price, one half cash, will be paid. Poor land
not wanted at any price. Parties wishing to
sell, will give full particulars and references,
und address Ilr. (1. W. BAOBY,
Ornnge C. IL, Va.
N. B.—The purchaser wtshes to be In pos
session on or before the coming Christinas.
November •OjlsiW.
Rental lV'otfce!
T)H. J. M. ANDERSON', rcspeotfnl-
X-r |y announces that he will, be prepared to
Insert Aluminium Plates so soon ns the ne
cessary uihtiil ns can lie furnished rrom Bal
timore. He confidently recommends this
new discovery as equal, tf not superior, to
anything that has ever been used tn dental
art. When lirst Inserted these plates nre ol
silvery whiteness, which In time becomes of
n ruby color. They are very light—one-fourth
tiie weight of rubber plates—ns strong almost
its steel, and art* not atltt-tetl by acids or foml
of any description, nml are really a valuable
addition to the resources of the scientific
Dentist. Ur. A. will bo at Orange C. H. per
liiantntlv.
Nov. IA, 18117.—1y.
Culpepper Observer copy 3t and send bill to
tills other.
"WILLI .IM _.' „CKKII_ k C 0.7
MANUKACTUBBHS or
SADDLES, H Aim ESS,
Collars, &_,.
ORANGE COURT HOUSE, VIRGINIA,
WOULD respectfully Invite the attention
of the citizens of this nml the adjoining
Oouuttf-8 ttt their large stock of the nbove
goods, whicli they will sell as cheap as they
can lie purchased iuany ullhcCltlc*.
April g. Mm.
New OookSn! ltcw Goods! I
WlO are now in receipt of a fresh
supply of Pure Old Government Java,
Laquira and Rio Coffees* Crushed and Brown
Sugars, Goltien Syrups, superior O. P. Ten, B,
1). and Eastern (rhee.se, hYntty's best Gun
Powder, by the pound or Canister, Shot, pure
Kerosene * Oil, Glass Tumblers, Goblets,
While QravaiSß Tea-Sets, French China do.
Plates, Whlia- Grtinlle Mugs and Pitchers,
ate., avc, all of which we wiirsell as cheap ns
possible, forcawh—and cttsh only.
Oct. %\ Mil. CHAPMAN, A CO.
'ft'Ar%_l_»r~
TIIK PUBIiIC TO KNOW THAT
I have lust received, and have In Store, a
fresh supply of P. R. and Granulated Kugars,
Pure Noii-Explosive Kerosene Oil, Tallow
nnd Adamantine Candles, Turpentitse Soap,
Nails, Lewis' Whit* Lend, Glue, Linseed oil,
Putty, Paint lirusho. Window Glass, Copal
Varnish, WhKe antl llihl chalk, Sand Paper,
and many other additions to my select stock
of Groceries, ate, which 1 will sell low for
(Xisliitnty.
THOS. J. PEYTON,
Nov. 23! I**" " ' '
W ;u. CHArHAM. l>. V. HLAUOIITEIt
tIIAI'MAX & (0.,
|j3_tiiefs In j
GROCERIES,
NOTIONS, &C,
ORANOE C. H„ VA.
fI'EUMS Casli on delivery of Goods.
( -a. April _ 1807.
IrSTKREST NOTICE.
THIS it to rife notice to nil person
indebted to theoldflrni of Sneed at Thom
son, who have falleal ta> pay one year's inter
est on their bond, that I shall proceed t.ceo ril
ing lo law, on tito Ist day of .Linuiiry, ISSs, to
collect the Int. Test, now due; also, for the
.ec.nel year. Parties Who (til to pay prompt
ly will be taxed with the cost,
A. THOMSON,
Surviving Part net- of Sliced A Thomson
December il IWT.—tf.
Fall iimii Winlcr GomlH.
I have just, reccivetl from New York
nnd Baltiiuore a largeand selected stock
of Goods, Thesegoada having been purchas
ed since tbe great decline in prices, enables
me to offer great Inducements to persona In
want of goods. 1 will Bellas low a>-enn be
purchased anywhere goods arc retailed. All
I ask is v full, as lamaatlsfied I can -please.
Nov. 20, IS«7. K. W. KINCIIELOK.
~~m7t. mitciiejl7
barber asd ilvir-brksseh,
ORANGE COURT Hot si:,
HAYING taken the room recently
occupied by Mr. Graham as a Bar-rooro,
would respectfully offer his servt.-cs to the
public.
May I, 1868,
NOTICE.
IjKIRBEAKANCE censes to he a vir
tue; therefore, all persons Indebted to
me for Interest money are hereby notified to
come forward and pay ap—otherwise 1 will
be compelled to collect according to law.
May I, ls«s— If. W. I. (A \ lr.
To the Ladles.
III.VVL just received, a large lot ol
Cloaks—liti.csi styles and very handsome
—tor grown persona or Misses, which I will
sell as low us ilu- inn be purchased ally
where. Ladles will call antl examine, and i
will guiirrantcc I can please.
E. W. KINCHELOE.
November l», 1W.7.
iiooi r i»o_Es7
I Wish to ptirohase lO.tKki Hoop Voles 8
leitlt.llg; 10/KNI Haslp Poles 10 Icel long;
HI,IKH) Hoop Poles 12 feel, long; lIt.KXI
Polo*H{feet 10111:; iii.'Hiu Hoop lul.-s IBfeet
long, for which I will |wy a liberal price.—
Persons having Hoop roles for st. will lltul
It to their interest tt. call uiul see inc.
December li, UW. K. W. KIN( HELOK.
1 aiMi.sti.
"V"0. 1 Copal, Japan, Coach, Coach
■••'Body, and Black Leatlier, lust received
and for sale at 11. D. TALIAFERRO'S Drug
SI ore.
net .:•.-,. 1w.7.
■WTANTKD.- ..'.'l Fpi inula clean e,,t
>T ia,t, Hags; 1000Minkaklna; 10,000 Rab
bit Bk n»: 1000 Mnskra! Hklns; hhiO f..n
.ft r'■ hloh 1 will put the high! •■pi Irt
II oi th • f Is, E V KINOHEL" -i:
Nov.SB, 1u...
DIUKCTIo.NS rull SIIIKT MKASUIIKM KNT.
Neck. Hboul.lcr from A toll. aVnn from
11 to C —to tr. Itrenst I'rtun l> to 11 around the
(best. Length from X lo K.t Around the
Wrist untl Knuckles. Ptaltson asldo. ('nib.
English or Plain. Buttons or SVnils. If Col
lars— What stylet
November ii. i-'i~.—iy.
iitirsir-KriiNisiuMj. haudwaki;, ....
Cortlan 4 Co.,
210 AJ_ atUS li.\l.Tl VOILE STHKKT,
UAI.TIMOKK, Mn.
IVORY HANDLE (VTLKIIY,
COMMON (iii'Lli'.V,
FAMILY HAKDWARB,
, KNA M EI Ei > W A RE.
li.ATED GOODS. (Warranted Hit ba.'.-lti),
TAIILK KlillKS, i!
TEA SERVICES,
SPOONS, CASTORS, ate., itC.
PRENCHA ENGLISH
CHINA, GLASS,
And Queensware!
BRONZES,
CLOCKS,
VASES,
BUREAU ANDTOILES -ETS,
DINNER AND TEA SETS.
FANCY GOODS.
BRUSHES, MATS,
Block uud Common TIN WARE.
JArANNEI) WARES,
TEA TRAYS and WAITER*.
KITCHEN I'TEtN'SlLKtiiul
HOUBE.KHEPINO ARTICLES
of every klntl nntl variety.
THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE COUNTRY
mieqiialeil in quality, newness, style
and cheapness.
CORTLAN * CO..
Importers and Manufacturers
of House Furnishing Ooods,
Nov. 15,1887,—1y,
ATTENTION FARMERS & PLANTERS!
UAUUII _ COMMKItCIAL 150NE
M A ■ U R E S!
Baltimore Agi-ncy. Nos. 97 and 105 Smith's
Wltetrf.
THE.SE valuable mandrel can bo hrnl
at regular market rates, freight added, at
all accessible points.
PRICES IN BALTIMORE:
Bough's Raw Bone Phosplutte Sufi per ton.
Batujh's Chicago Bane Fertilizer §40 per ton.
Baugh's Chicago Blood Manure WO per ton.
I havealso on hand, manufactured express
ly for my own (rude, the celeb ruled
MARYLAND POWHKR. OR BOXE,
which has every where given such undoubted
sntisiaeti-tii. Price,in Baltimore, Siaperton.
Also, Ibe various grades of Mexican Gua
no, by the cargo or single ton at lowest rates.
Send for samples and circulars.
You will nnd these manures adapted to
every soil ttlid crop. They nrc us.il iv cvi ty
part of the 'country and have given entire
* siitlst'aetion.
aS.«rSee full purtlrlar* In Circulars.
GEORGE DVGDALE,
Nos. 07 and MR Smith's Whiui, Hiiltlniore.
et For sale by T. J. PEYTI IN,
Fcbruaay 21, lHUs— rim. (jruiigeC.il.
11. K. MIM, P. 11. HTAItKH.
fey ton & clhiki,
GENERAL INSCUANt E
AGENTS & BIIOKEPvS
No. (il. SECON D St.,
BALTIMORE, Sin.
BBIJTG GENERAL INSURANCE
Brokers, us well us Agents, v.- are ena
bled toell'ei-t all lii nils ol I lisuraiii-e.tts above,
in r*rst Class Companies—laocalor Foreign—
at the bowsat owmaurt iiatkm. PwUoa in
sniing Incur no additional com by blueing
tii.-ir business in our bands, but urn saved
much dim niul (rotable, when the placing o
Insurance is entrusted lo our judgment. Aw
to our fiwilltlcsfor mil It ing a J in I ieious choice
of Comptiuies, and our desire to faithfully
represent the Interests confided to us, we re
spectfully refer to our Patrons. Business
enn be effected th rough correspondence with
our offlce, us well as by personal application.
LIFE INS Vli. I NCE.
Our Friends out of the city, Interested In
Life Insurance, can be examined lay a local
physician in good standing, by whom appli
cations can be forwarded toour Onoe. In
surance pamphlets, Circulars, Ac., furnished
to all (in rtltrs desiring infiiruuilhni.
Nov. _ I*l7.
W. T. Smiti'son. J. B. Lauhkxs
Smithson A Laurena,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
85 Exchange Place, Cor. South St.,
HALTIMOIMC, Mi>.
WILL Give iier.«oii:il ulle'itio!! tn t li-
Sale of Cotton, Ta.bti.-cti, Wheat, 1-iour,
Corn. Bacon, Flux 8 I, Prulls, uml Veueta
bj.-.s irtun Ftirm or Osriitui, ami.till kinds pf
Produce. Also, to tlie purchase of all kinds
of Goods, in any Quantity, t<>r eons-try Mor
el.-.Ms :tu.l letris. Alsoti. Ihil |jll!'filit_ Of
State. City, Government and Rail road irt.mls
and tlie negotiationpf lumps' M't will also
pay file highest price Sir Laud Warrants and
Ruvokiiiiuvii-y Virginia sell p.
NoviUitlicr la, bib", tim.
D. K. BKKWKII. J. W. lI.ia'PAI'KRR
Brewer & IloffUcker
fSHWIM
Grocers, Provision ;
PTIODUCKDRAT.EIiS;
WHS'I'UKN BEEK AMI PORK
Packers, Tobacco, and General Commis
sion Merchants. No. Hi EntnwStreeL Corner
t'ttmden, opposite Hal ti nn >re at-Oh in It ul I rout 1
Depot, ILVLTIMOIIE, Mn.
Nov. 15, I,%7—(im. .
Allen R. HI aKrn«l cr ,
(Late of Washington, D. C.) j
Counsellor at Law,
No. 11 North Charles St.,
BALTDiORK, Mo.
WILL PRACTIOB in the City
Courts, abd In the court of Appeals ai
Annapolis, ami continue to Prosecute Claims .
against the united StatefGaverument. Bpe
cbd attention given to the Security and Obi- .
lection or n.iits.
Nov. 15, ISH7.
—, 1 |
MD. DEPOSITORY M. E. CHURCH,SOUTH
Selhyand Riiliiny,
rUBLISHERS,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONKRB,
oii-l W, Baltimore St.,
BALTIMORE. Mb,
N. R. SFi.nv, (
W. .I.C. DI'I.ANV.
November 15, l-n-.-Iy. '
DAItuiIKKTV, M At'l'lßK .fc Willi. llT
STKAM
nOOK A1\I» JOII .PIIIKTEUS,
No. 10 S>. un.l St.,
BALTIMORE, md. I
f ii»i;\"ii(Y Store Hills, in -treat va- i
" > Mety, plain or in colors; Job Work of cv- J
civ kind, fr.tiii a visiting card In a poster.— •
Our reel lit iaw for.the prompt execution of I
Hook Work are not surpassed In this Oly.—
Alias low ns the lowest.
.Mil li li, isilH —un.
MAI/THY llOsV.sk, j
A. IJ. Sflljl.F.n,! Proprietor,
BALTIMORE.
November 15, 1887.—1y.
T_BACOO.* Orompton _ Hon'spre- i
X inlniu" Valley Rose Chewing rohaeeo;
H .(inlander and BroWn Dick Smoking 1 To- -
. lit. ,-anun and : • gars, f,.r J
all , . ft CO, '
•r ri sober 29,1
(li;■■ttlliiiifoiis vjt:t&f.
MANHATI'AN
LITE INSItRAWK COMPANY.
TIIK Seventeenth 'Annoal Report of
the Manhattan Lil.vlusui'ani'.. ('..nt^ii.i.
being forthe year 1m,7, exiiiltii-i 11.. - same
ciiretul liiai-aeeni eni and steady progress
that hay.' di..rimrntsbeil litis.obi aadpops-i
lur iiisiiiutiou ii-iiui thu, coiiiiiieiiceiueiit
of its op. rtilltins.
I'li.r result ol (he year's work are in round
itiiiiil.ers as lidlows:
Tottil receipts; rJrJ.OOO.OUO
I .is! ni im-nieiils, (ixionses, losses, re
insurance, ate.,) Oali, nun
surplus I.iiio.ikki
St.i-plus. over all liabilities for each
mutt, lrm.d'Jl
llaliooi'expeiisi-s to receipts ou each »
$10l.i l-eeeived. bM" 7
To lb.istt who intelligeiiily canvass ihe
merlis oi ciiiipi.nles before Insming, n.e
above (inures limy lie subiiillttd without
.'linllliettt. _ .-
Ofthe prompt niil llbernl conduct of the
Manhattan lv the adjustmenl and payment
at lasses this eomnmaity reqnirrs no new
guarantees.
I'lilieies iua.l.l incolltostiltlc anal noll-lnr
feltlng.
.Votes token for one half tbcltfe-prenilunis.
All endowment and uon-im (eitinir lil'e-pt.l
-icies, unit-for r.-ibible after one payment.
.1. ADA 111 PLKASANTfS, General Agent.
\\ r . ii. WILLIAMS, Agent,OrangeOTH.
Dr. K. \V. Row, Medloal Examiner.
.March '.T, 1,-(i7.- (im.
THK CELEBRATED COMMON SENSE
l_m_ SKIVIXIi MA( HINE.
So Simple that it never gets ami of Order.
IMI'KOVEI) ikiid perfected with 1).
■ Itanium's valuable inva-liliolt, the Sell-
Sewer, or Self Guide and Sell busier, for trim
ming, tacking, eiinling nml binding,
iiiis Machine ran do uny work, mid as well
us tiny of the high priced rnitiiiiiics of the
Grover* Baker, Wheel er A Wilson, or any
other costly iiitnliiiie, ibtil cost four limes as
much as Iliei'imiiiiuns.nsa-Sewln'' Miirhiiir.
liicii oi the Common Sense Hewing Ma
chine wilh Self Sewer, Self Turning lleln
tiler, I'll Can, Guide, Screw Oliver, (iam-
uni printed alirc.'iloiis ail oompletc, ''-■ s^i.
All oitlers will be promptly ntiatiidasl to,
and minute instructions lo tbe purchaser
will be given by the Agelil.
WlLliAaVf C, SCOTT, Agent
For the Countiesol Madison, linen
nnd Orange,
Mddlson Fun Station, Mareli W, ikiit.—2m.
VIItLI.MA CKNTRAE sUttSOisl.
ON and after Stnnlay. June 18, Uie
Mail Train will be run between Rich
mond and the western terminus ofthe road,
(which In a few weeks will lie lit Covington,)
dally, except on Sunday, mill on Sunday be
tween Richmond nod Ut.rtioiu.vlHe,
Leavo Rich mond 7 1} A M
Leave western terminus 4 2ri a ii
avrrlveln Richmond - II 4ii t» M
Arrive st western terminus t; ...r .- nt
The Freight Train lcuves llicluiiond
dally, excc]itoiiHatunla,vs, nt 8 (10 v M
Arrive in Richmond,excepton Mon-
Jdays, S 15 A M
A passenger car will bstatsachedrto to liiis
train east of Gordonsville.
Tbe arrangcina-nts with stages are such as
to avoid night travel after (I p M, In all casa-s.
Through ticketssoli! tonll the above pvtiitts.
aVlsolo, lo all prominent points in the South
west, to Washington nnd Northern cities
anil to prominent points In the Valley n
Virginia, untl on the Ornnge and
railroad, 11. D. VVHIi'CO.MIi,
September iri, Prii7. Gen. Supeiinteiitlent
" o. a. Ann m. rai__oa_7"
r j 1 lll<; I'iissa.narcr i'riiiiison tin- Ontage,
X Alexandria antl Manussas Rail road, front
Wislnesilay, March IKb, arc running once
dally between Washington nnd Lynchburg;
making close oonneethiaas at Lynchborg. for
Stiutli and Southwest, ami at Washington,
for Baltimore and the west.
Leave Washington daily ai 5 50 a.in., Alex
andria at 7 N n. in., and Ornnge at 11 OU a. in.
—arriving at Lynchburg at 1 *!0 p. m.
Leave Lynchburg northward, atllOUa. m.
nntl Orange 1 11 n. m., arriving nt .Mexnn
drla.'.ll p. ni. and at WashingtonßßUp. in.,
connecting to New York and the West.
FREIGHT TRAINS
Pass Orange dally northward nt (100 a.m.,
nntl Southward (Sunday excepted.) at 7 65 p.
m. J. .M. lißOAfirS,
March 1», IMS. General Ticket Agent
'd'extal NOTICE.
JOH IV RUDOLPH,
DENTIST,
iDETURNM bis tuanks to his friends
-*•*. of Oriiiigo nnd CBlnopor, for their past
liberal patronage, and aks aoon- __mip»'". ..yv
1 i'ttiancer.t tiie iaine. Ali woi k M&g__i_te *
done by him, UotU in tiie <>v* *^.i-vlj^py ( Y^a,
live and mechanical branches, -i-XJILj
warranted for eonif..rt ami durability. Ar
tificial Teeth (partial and complete dels,) in
si tied on
OOLD, SILVER ANO VULCANIZED RUII
liEli,
al "is.tni.b'e prices.
Office al Ciilpeper Court, House. He will
-visit regularly the Courts nf Orange.
March ii, imm.—li.
J. WAI.T. TI'HNER,'
OF ORANGE COUNTY, VA.,
WnOl.F.-,A.',i: AND UETAII, JIKAT.KI! I.V
BOOKS, IS'KWSI'APKHS,
PERIOD IALS. STATION! RY,
FHOTOGBAI'HS, ALBUMS, ALMANACS, S.c
111 l MAIN HTIIirKT,
I.iCllMONll VIKGI.MA,
C'AX supply any Book wanted. Tays
' particular attention to orders limn tlie
court try.
(leiol'tei IS, !H(i7.
Oemsrcsl'ii f ciu;g iiiieiUit.
Til ir HI-XT iv \-t n 110 Magazine. ► very boy
and Oirl that set s it says so; .ill the Press sny
so; and Parents and I. tubers t-t.nilrm it. Do
not fail to secure a copy. A good Mlcroaicope
wil ha Glass rylin.ler to ct,n fine 11 vingob.jt.cts
or a good two bludetl, pearl potket knife,
and a large number of other desirable articles
given as premiums to each subscriber. Year
ly, Sl 50: The Novcinberiiiimbercominenees
a new volnme.
Published by
JENNINGS PF.MORKST
17:1 Uroailwny, N. V.
Try it, Hoys antl (iiiis. S|).cinien Donnas.
Aye cents, mnilt-d lice.
-'IV J. PEWPOWi
lIKAf.EK IX
Groceries, Liquors,
UOOTS, SHOES.HATS,
iftilcit '..lottis, (ti,
OiIANGE COURT lIOI'SE, VA.
April ."., Isii7.
New C'hrap 1 a* l» Sture.
I 'I'AKK this nietlind nf informing my
X- fricn.ls nml customers that 1 have |ust re
lumed from Baltimore with aodmplirtestock
of goods, etimprising all kinds usually kept
In this market, all of with h I olfcr to the pub
lic ul, (he lowest cash prices or In exonarigo
for any kind of produce. My ninttti shall bo
to sill at, tlie lowest price and that for cash,
or produce. I InvHcnll parnua to look nt my
goads before purchasing olsewfient*. I will
pay the high est niarliii tiriees fair nil binds o
counlrj' iifntlucc. HKOWOIW rAtt_r!.
Orange c. 11., oei.r , 'i, iso?.
"llioinils j. MiiTprw;
askmt FOB run;
CI'MBEI'LAND (OAT, AND IRON CO.
A I.SO. Wlioli-fali- .md Kotail Dealer
-i» In all k.nds and all si7.es of bard or An
l href-ili- Coal, by Car load or (on.
Ali communications cddi-essed to J. I.ttii
erliiiii.-ti, ICini; street. Alexandria, Va., will
be proinpiiv attended to,
July 5, 18 ■:.- ly .
JAMKS _ _OWKLL.~
Attorney At Law,
HAS located permanently at Orange
Court House. In addition to this, he
will attend all thecouitsof Spotsylvania ainl
laotilsti (•tinnlie.s, lie will, nlso, attend
promptly to the procuring oi discharges tot
Insolvents, nnd the proving of creditor's
claims ill the lliuikrupuy Courts of this dis
trict,
oclober 4, IPG7.—tf.
_____________
Attorney At Law,
ORANGE COURT HOUSE, V.\.
■fXriLL practice In the Olr.-uil and County
IT (.tuts ol Orangt and tho;adJolning
Counlles.
niny 17. Isfi7.—ly.
Dlt. 11. I. TI'IIFEItHO,
DRUGGIST,
ORANOrS coiilT llitltsi:, VA.,
OFFER!, fa.r snie lungs, Medkrtlne*.Onem.
bills, liuirtti'i'viiieal preparations, nnd a
general assort n nl of articles ttannlly found
In a Mrst class Drag Btore, Inclmllng Dye
Ktulls, Paints, I-;xtra No. 1 Kerosene Oil,
Lainiis, Lamp lixtiins, t Vc.
a* 1 ■. 1. ~ ! i.;.
WOT ICE.—J list received 1 ;i Moonfj
xs tupply of those beautiful Cloaks, Maats
tina, t.,.;'. t.s, Al| teas, lialmontl skirts,
Prints, Ac., all ol which will Is- sold at a
advance! . A. THOMSON,
I ovember I, UW.
Wanted 1 wish to employ and exper
t ■ i:. !..-.■ '\. II v. alter, to wall a well a
bout- ~ii 1.11 ti. .-p. Apply immediately
November I. isi'7- T. J. li-'.V'l' iN
ci' 1 "; ■■'. .1 \i; two an itl
* ' t laßiin, lusi reei Iv d I s
PEN V r .a
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0 ihiltpri AuutMaUrtiiiiirtß. „_, r »
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C. H. McMURRAN A CO.,
liKAI.KHS IN
DRY GOODS, G R 0 G E R IKS
1 ARDWARF. FOOTS, SHViKS,
HATS. CATS, ft.., ft_., "
CI'LPKI'KR COl/RT JIQUfIH, VA.,
WOCLII roapectfuly invite the nt
tt'iitl.tii ol M.a-r citizen* of orange aud H'S.
snrnjunillng country to their huge untl pdnv*
pleteiis.sortin.llt of *
SPUINU AND KI.'MMr.R fWM ~.,„_,
which they pledge themselves io sell as low
. UUM va. iioiiKlll ill Virgil.Ul, , ,
\Pi ii ,_ M.7.--I v"
FAU.T.IADE. "isritr
("1 11. MiMURRAN A CO., respect
_x. fully call tho attention of tbiir friends' '
and the public •jenerally, to tlu-lr complete
stock of
n>:y goods, aiiot'nines,
11. \ Hl> WARE, QITEKNSWAMS, '-
WtjODWAlii:, BOOTS, s__Qr»«
HAT S. APS, ifr.,
which they are how opening, and will offae
al treat I...renins.l - '
Their stock lias' been wi.-ctoi with refs- •
eticeto durublllly and go.nl tuste, and pur-.
chasers may rely U|sm getting the best art!-.
cles at the tiniest rates.
till] .per c. 11., September 2ft, l«! 7.
M.KS.IU TIO.V. "
TMIIC linn el Mr.M CUBAN - *.« 'WAU- I
x dell la dissolved this day by mutual con
sent. Dr. K. M. Mi'Miikkan having pitv
chased tbe Interest of J. E. Waiiiikm. Ui U«
establishment, will In future eondnrt the
buetrtetM on tils own aimuiti. All iluln.S. t
iignliist the late llrm of Me.Miirrnii at- AVai
tlillwnibe presented to Dr.E. M. McMir
ritii tor settlement. E. M. McMURRAN'.
September/, IW J, K. W.UIIIKI.I, '■-<■•>
hilrt
A CAKD.—TIio lniderrsisrned fakes
xx Has opporlunity of rciunilng Ills tlwilMs
tohla friends lor tjt.-ir liberal uuioiuviie te
biinln the past, and hopes by 3 strict arid *
fnilbiul uilenliisi lobtwliiuss la. muit a .-oa-'l
tiniuiiiee ol the same.
I i EisniyrcMUßnArrjit.-i
CU%perC, lit itui. __^_<__
HEW G IDS I CHEiP aiMNsfl *»«*
Great Bargains!
AT
C. H MiMURRAN A CD'S.' "*'
__TK have Just -returned Worn Iwtfliricr'>
If wiUi a very awsosuibjeafcrck at},;;..,'»,!
NEW GOODS, ~,,„.,
pnrrlinseil nt the lowest rotes, which we aie
now opening anil oiler them nl small fi.,m»
or cosh. Our stock smbrsecs lire BsuaiUarl. .
cl y kept In the conntry. -must*"-:-.
We propose hereafter to conflno ourselves
liitlrecltiedly to tlie canh system, ami it, ..ct.
sons who buy tor cash, we will 'uakg it to
their interest to give us a call. ,ni!iii
All kinds of Country produce tukou lues
change for goods.
.culpeperOi It., may-nntg. m I .»»•>
DR. .Ir. M. MrWtfltß_.Wl
(i.atk fikm ol Mcjiiii'.ii.vs .VvAr*ni_i.,i
DRUGGIST,
MAIN KTIIKKT,
Cir.PKl'Flt Ci'L'HT HOCSK, VA..
EE PS constantly on hand a good as
-*v sormient of pure Drugs, Medicines,
Paints. Oils, Dye Stuffs. Perfumery; Ktmcv
Articles, line Heaps, Fine Hair Tooth and
Nail Brushes, pure Wines. Whiskies and
lirniidies, (for Medicinal purposes.) Coal (4 I
Lamps,and Patent Medicluc.-s, in lacl allot li -
eles usually sold by first clans Druggists.
He would respectfully call the attention oil
his friends ami the public generally, lo bis
new stock of goods, -which having been
bought low tor cash will be sold nt the lowc-t
--prices. Call and examine before purchasing
.lone In 1 ,i ■■! ■~i i^^^nyi^^r^^^^^*
Order* titliliesscd as below will be p nipt,
ly: 'ttl«a v . Ucsucct fully,
aprtl-fcW* > Plfa
(iEOKCE «. BOON; "TT
TAILOR,
( I'Ll'Lli-.R C. If.CVA., 'itilm mr
Xf BPHCTPTJMay ininoiinces fo eh* fill.
AX. Kens ot (irancc and the ntacrnt (V_it)fw
thSt be lifts pel-riiani Jilly loc.-itt-d at Citlpcpi-r
Court, House for the purptac t.f carry trig ei
the Tailoring solicits a shore
ot the public patronage.
A good lit guaranteed or no pay. ■
n.-.y ,T, is.i,7.- |y.
I ><"><ITS AX I) SHOES.—A ntfge nip.
X' pivot city nuiile boots and BlMMLiiau,
ranted to be superior to any ever ottered In
this market; also, „ large supply of lim bet
make Lndles uiul children's Shoes, Just tr.
ceived and for sals by
_ (A 11. McMURRAN J»- CO. '.
' trip, per, September 30, IRIS".
i;amii,v GB^o^Eßl_B.^A'Jirf«i
x nud well selected sleek fast rroetttal an
for sale nt Hie lowest market rates by
C. H. .-.ItaMi;KKAN & CO.
Cplpcpi r,Septemberap, isoT. ~..
1 Ah IKS' DKI'.S.S (.(HIIIS, *c~i
XJ A large nssortmcnl of Ladles- IWfsi
Ooods, trimmings, Kuttons, arc, just receive.! 1
and for sale by C- IL McMURRAN ,t CO.
('nipt-per, September 3U. lkfr*.
( M.OI'IIS, (TASSIM r;i{EV,~A,T_X"
large lot just received ainl for stile hy *
('. !l. Mi-MCItRAN'ft CD. '
Culpeper Bcptembor „, ISO 7
- -i_ .tl :'
JOHN .11. (UiUI.N,
Merchant Tail^"
ORAKSE COURT- HOT/SB, VA., ' -"
KI.Si'KCTKt'LEY anii(»iinPe's''fo lit?/
imatouiors, friends ami lite public uvMSr
ally, that lie has Jnst received hissbn-k of
s.jrlug-andMummer ' •". ,f t.ii\
« l.illi ,« DMNlnicrea, X intinx, <t+
and Is prepared to do snv work In hrjtr'HiM'ift
the shortest not ice and oil the mrttt'renSOriS->
ble terms.* .. , i /< _ >
Tbanliiul for past lxil*-fin»ge,.rie_ tlleits n
continuance of the stint, pleogjng. biinsi'ir
for the future, aa in Ihe |h.sl. to use his bikt
cntlcavors togivteutiresatiisfiHtUou. __
— I—,—i,1 —, —i, ~,,, '.i),,^
Stir. CS, l'lOU-rllM, « HNtiiaSTM, Alt.
r ril E tiiiilt-tsitrned alliM-tifor sale amiie
A Hi ore of F„ w, X i tula, me, a new nud se
lect i.>s.iri nit nt ul I.N.king, Parlor, ami
lijiilng itrttin stoves of tlie laU-staua* lutoat,
ap] '..'va-ti patterns; also, ti'tniitis auii IMengit
t is iiigs, Slraw oiiltei-s, t.'orn Khcib-it,, ltou
bleaiatl,single shovel Plooglis, anal Agricitl
liniil liupli menis generaily. All artinlra
wariiinte.i. Lite public are res|ieuU'iiUa'-.||ra
vilttl in rail liini examine my slock Iwforii
lairchnsing elscwharo. C. T. 111 1p ■
Orangeu il,Oct., %\ lsor.-tf.
The Com rullon will ]»i« c t 1
AND I have just, recelvetl a fresh Strp*
XX ply of p. k. and Uninulsted Sugars, puro'
noii-eiplosive Keiiiscntj (>iL 'iaHaiM-and «\d
nnfnntlne Candles,Soap,Nolls, L" wis' vv*hlto.
Lead, (iiile, Lilisnail Oil, Ilitty, Pslpt lllllsh
cs, and many other add It loan tn nn- select
stuck, till ol which will in- soltl at living pric
es fnreash; ('ill ami examine foryiinrM-r.es.
Novel lilt i-1, IH(T7. 't.I. PI.TVIIIN.
PLiSTKK.
1000 r| ' o>,s s " f t l!,11M VVintlsorTla*
xsjyJKj ter on hand and to arrive, for sale n t
hiwcst market rates, by
HOOH A M'I.'DDERnUHN,
No 2 Prince Street, Alexandria, Vav
February li, ISBN—2m. Il
fo a _171 v i in »:st_i».
A T.I, persoiiH iml.-ht.ed to me nre re
Ix speetlully notified that tltelr .acatpunts
forthcyenr lSd7 arc ready tor s.itlemwil.—
All Interested ar.- renacsied toeettlc without
deiay, as I lteetl the money. f __
.lt.iiuti.iy n, lISH7. Xt Ki.(|l'F-;
VOill'L- \ II povsom itiilehted to
IX mv will ttla use eomc fonrnrd ftittl itny mo
son itiii in.* on tin It amainatavss I iuii<iitW«ilf
i.l mi i.e.. to nice! lay aii tiitnitlK. I hope tlroy
will respond promptiv in my cnll as Ido no»
call on them .fli-n. E. VV. KINCIIEWK. ■
iill).usL ill, lWi7 | ~
IHOO '''' s - prime -.(iniitry Bsiion;
lt.J\>\ : iii... print, a.,,11,1 iv I,trtl :ai/ac*ks
alt; l.'l.ariflsl.iiiie; 211 !•«■* %tn
rnip; I barrel Kerosine Oil* 1 barrel Alaclijno
Oil; 1 burial spit ils ~f Turpentine, Mr sale
low h.V E. V.'. KINCHELOE.
Pf ovemhiT 2s> IWI7.
7 t.'\ ST I N«; - ; . —;ioof3potiii(ls PliiW*_f
XJ Inga.lvuil received and f .t sale lovby
-1 • bri ~., ..I -. I■.. «/. i.ist lle.l.i'.r".
ifii il.l'.s. Prime Smoking
It-"' (nan Greaasbnro North i'nrtillna; liHI
lbs, li ittte 'iv wiut Tobacco, lust receives 1
an ! fcu-salehy B. W. KINCHELOE.
March it ;■ n,
( 'I.OY :;!.' :-V. _!!.—l5O b..-litis prtrrirt
•■•' Wester* Clover r-e..:, on r..m'l and for
nalchy noon A v»*EI>I>F.RWrRJS,
rVbrunry 11, : ■(;■ - r'm. AlvAtllnlllfl, va

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