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Taxes! taxes! nothing but taxes!
Taxed upon all that mail can eat; Taxed on our flour anil taxed 011 oar meat, Taxed upon all that covers Ills back, l'rom bis cotton shirt to his broadcloth black, , Taxed on whatever is pleasant to see, To hear or snip 11, to feel or to be. Taxes! taxes! nothing but taxes! Grinding our noses as sharp as axes. AND WIIAT ARE TIIEI TAXED FOB ? Why, the Freedmou's Bureau to keep in re pair, So that Radical loafers can each have a chair, And a chance for the pickings and stealings there. a- Tuxes ! taxes! Republican taxes! Taxes on the coHAn and taxes 011 tlie erlb, On the old man's shroud and tbe baby's bib, To pamper the bigot and fatten the knave, Taxed from the cradle plumb to tbe grave. AND WHAT ARE IH* TAXES rOR? Why, to buy nil the rogues they can find far and near, And to give to each thief all his stealings in clear! Taxes! taxes! Republican taxes! For rich men to shirk and poor men to pay From the pittance they earn by tbe work of the day. By the strain of the muscle, the sweat of the brow, By the spado and the trowel, theaxe and the plow. AND Wit AT ARE THE TAXES KOK I \v"by, the old Constitution to knock all to smash, And fill every place-holder's pookets with cosh; Hurrah for tbe taxes, the jolly old taxes! Come, men, get your noses all ground sharp as axes, Cry Sumner and Stevens, Ben Butler and •Wade. And all our tax bosses that mode, "Mudsills" to Radical philanthropy sold. Be quiet—obey—and your saucy tongue* hold. FOB THAT'S WnAT THE TAXES ABE FOB. The nose grinding taxes! The Republican taxes! The Radical taxes! The Jacobin taxes! Mrs. Partington's Ike has bought a horse that is so spirituous, that i c al was goes off in a decanter. Blessed is lie that bloweth hi* own horn; for whosoever biowetli. not his own horn, the same shall not be blowd. "Senator Sunnier said that Mr. Pendleton would come down like a stick." Few poor fellows, says Pren tice, know better than Sumner how a stlcK comes do.yn.*' An Irishman being asked why he refused to pay a doctor's bill said : — "Shure he didn't give me anything but gome entitle*, and divil a one that would stay in my stummick, at all." Old Kise started for home pret ty well tangled and mistaking a pretty red haired girl tor a lump post he com menced to hug her :*but was brought to reason by a smart slap, A woman ottering to sign a deed the judge asked her whether her hus band compelled her to sign it? "He compel me !" said the lady," no, nor 20 like him." "1 say, Tummas." remarked an inquiring spirit, "what breed do you call that dawrg o' yourn ?" Tummas— "Well, he's ot two breeds, pinter and setter. He sets .ill day and pints his nose at the lire. Cure for love—hide tn a closet half-a-dozen times and listen to the conversation which takes place between a couple who have been married one year, while they think themselves en tirely alone. " ~:~ IS A Western paper cruelly says 5 "Our member of Congress has mnde a great speech—one ol his very best. It was written for him by a graduate of this ofliee, and the matter and delivery do credit to both patties." A married couple have recently been discovered in Chicago, who have actually been living together feu ten year*, and never applied for a divorce ! Barntim is about coiicliidinganarnuigo rnent to exhibit them. A; young lady from the country now on a visit to Boston, writes home thusly ; "Nobody isn't nothiu' at this place now that doesn't hole up her cloze and the hier you holes 'cm up the more you are notised." "Patrick, can you road the na ne on the shop just opposite, for me ?" ask ed a near-sighted young lady. "Sure miss," replied Pat, "it's as Ignorent as yourself I am. They niver taught me to rade either. '* An Arkansas democrat recently compelled a radical guest to occupy tlie same bed with a negro man, whom he invited to his house for the purpose of testing the equality professions of the radical. The radical was not there next morning. "Come here, sissy," said a young gentleman to a little girl, to whose sister he was paying his addresses; "you are the sweetest tiling- n earth." "No I ain't," she Beplied, "sister says you are.the sweetest."' The gentleman popped the question next day. A coifkncy being out one day amusing himself with shooting, happen ed to tire through a hedge. The shot missed the bird, and struck the hat of a man on the other side, who hastily asked ; "Did you tire nt me sir ?}' "Oh no, sir," wa* the reply, "1 never hit what I aim at." "Cuff, can you tell me the difler ence between an accident and a mis fortune ?" "1 gives it up, Pomp can you?" "Yes; if an Infernal revenue ossifcr should fall into the river, that would be an accident : if somebody would pull him out it would be a mis fortune." An Irish glazier was putting in a pane of glass, when n bystander be gan joking him, by telling him to put in plenty- of putty. The 1 rishman soon silenced" his tormentor by saying: — "Arrah now. be off wid ye, or else I'll put a pain in your head widotit any pufty." Aunt Betsy was trying to per suade little Jack to retire at sunset, us inn an ■>r<rninent that all the little chick en's wenf ro roost fat sunset. "Ye*." said little Jack, "hut the old hen always goes with them-" Aunty tried no more arguments with him." Two brother* about being exe cuted for an enrmeous crime, the el derlwas fixed without a word. The other addressed the crowd as follows : •■Good people my brother hangs bctore my face and you see what a spectacle he makes ; In a few moments 1 shall be turned off, too, and then you will see a pair of spectacles." "Wonder what makes papa tell such nice stories," said a youngster, "about hiding the school master s rat tan, when he went to school, about his running away from the school mistress when she was going to whip him. then he shut me all day in the dark room because 1 tried just once to be as smart as he was ? "Thomas," said a sponging friend of a family to the footman, who had been lingering about the room for half an honr to show him to the door ;— "Thomas' my good fellow it's getting lite isn't it? How soon will dinner come np ? "The very moment you be gone sir," wab the unequivocal reply. Slisctlhtttronjj i:\OCll C.RIIMES, Dealer In STOVES, TINWARE, &C, kC, ALEXANDRIA, VA. TMIE undersigned respectfully nn ■*- nounces to his numerous (Mends in the f-1 unities nl'Oraiige and Culpeper, ttiat he has jusi iveelveil direct from the muiuifai'tories a fine and very superior assortment of goods. Among the articles are « ooking Stove*, Which have no superiors, the first on the list being the "Noble Cook." This Stove needs no recommendation now, as It stands first on the list as being lbeilnest Stove In Amer ica. Second comes tbe "Excelsior," another line ami commodious stove. This stove Is a large flat top Cook, has very superior furni ture, and is second only to the Noble Cook. AYe have also the Planter's Premium, Colum bia, Carroll, Palmetto and the celebrated Fulton Range, undoubtedly the finest In use. All of the above stoves he warrantsto give entire satisfaction or no sale, lie would be pleased to liavoa call from some of his coun try friends to examine his Refrigerators, as hi-Is confident that they will have no more sour milk or steneln-d iuent, and, morever, their Refrigerators will keep sweet nil the time. He also enumerate* among his stock aline lot of lee-Cream Freezers and Water Coolers. He keeps constantly on hand a large assortment ofTin-wtue, 1 nude by very experi enced workmen, to which lie calls tlie spe cial attention of country merchants. Roof ing and Spouting in town or conn try done on reasonable terms and uii'ler his immedi ate observation. Cull ami see him at his store, 4.1 King St., Alexandria,***. f.ndi'ii GRIMES. P. s.-110 will take, off to per cent, from any of the above articles to those persons who have lost all they had by the late ca lamitous war. Mil V ■« ISlLS_l»r — _, ~ - — , w. THE CELEBRATED MONUMENTAL COOKING STOVE Is .Superior lo any iv the Market. T'lIK Various Sizes and Low l'riecs -*■ at which we sell them will enable Every Family Desiring a PERFECT Cooking Appa ratus to obtain one. I also keep constantly on hand and sell at. Wholesale or Retail, a Full Assortment of Custom mode TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE, JAPANNED, COPPER and ENAMELLED WARE, and articles for HOUSEKEEPING GFNERAi.ItA Particular atl cut ion paid toßuofing.apout lng.and all out-door work in my line. All Goods and Work repre sented, and orders are respectfully solicited. T.J. V.UOIIAN, Main St., opposite \V. C. Butler A I'd. ■ .' CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. Nov. 2-J, tstfr. SP 0 T SIV 00 D HOTE L, RICHMOND, VA. TIIIS tli-st-class, popular and fashion able Hotel, the only one located on the Main Street, of the city, has been furnished and DUt in the most perfect order through out. It is within one square of the Capitol, Cus tom-House, Post-OfHco, .Theatre, itc., and within two squares of the Ui< line.ml and Fredericksburg Railroad denot, anil the Great Southern Routes via PetersbujK and Danville Thef,rt»vellng public are cordially TflvlJerl to mnfee their home ut tbe Spotswooa, and the proprietors pledge themselves to make It for the future, whatdt has been for the past Aye years, tlie Iqodlng Hotel nf Richmond. etir-Telegruph Olllce In vestibule. Office of , Southern and Adams Express Companies in the building. MILLWABD BROTHERS, April 34, 18<j8—ly. Proprietors. MONEY I MONEiTWefEY J TITiIAT is it that money won't buy? ' T Why It is v good picture of a friend who is deail i'ud gone, which shows at once that there Is notii'nc more valuable or rlz ed higher than a gooo Jileture. I respectful ly announce to the citizens of Orange and the adjoining counties that I ha"* establish ed a Gallery at Oordonsville, and ani pre pared to take PHOTOGRAPHS, AMBROTYPES, Ferreotypes, Porcelain Pictures, &c, In the latest and most approved styles. IMiotogmph*, frl per dozen; Ferreotj-pes; ?2 per ilo/.cii. AU in want of a good picture Would-doVell to give me a call. H. T. McCiiRMICK, Artist. Oordonsville, July 17,168*. ~gwtn7 beckh amTcoT, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ALEXANDKIA, VIRGINIA. OTRICT attention <rivv-n to the sale of Country Produce, and the purchase o 1 inn no, Salt, Plaster, Groceries, &c. T. T. UWIN, Formerly of D. S. Gwin & Son, J. T. BECKHAM, Culpeper County Va., E. E. TOLSfiN, May I.lßßß,—tf. .Maryland. A. H. SAMUEL WITH It. 11. blllltfl.l,. COMMISSION MERCHAST, No. 1319 Caryat., RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. I)ARTICULAR attention paid to tlie sale of Wheat, Corn, Tobacco Ac. Estab lished 1814. June 22,1868.—1y. VIRGINIA HOTEL., STAUNTON, VA. FRED. SIIKI'I-KH. Proprietor. ./. W. ROOZ, Superintendent. THIS well known Hotel has heen re fiirntshed with entire riew and nnd ele gant furniture, and the board reduced to 02.50 per tiny. Gentlemen residing In trie Cities, vritode sire to spend IheSiininicr with their feWrltes in the connlrv, will find It a pleasant resort. .lulie l'«, IBlW.—(ini Sew si'itiM. (koods~ HAVING just retnrnet} from the North, I am now receiving and opening a well selected stock of B>rj CoudN, drocerlcf*. Hardware, Q,ueensware, Notions, Rcoily. made Clothing, Uoot.s, shoes, Stationery, Hats, At-,, embracing every article usually kept in a first-class country store, allot which I propose to sell at 11 small ndviinee for cash, or in exchange for Country Produce. May I,lßß*. A. THOMSON. "I'lIE CELEII KATE I>~ LONE JACK, nnd BROWN DICK SMOKIXGTOBACCO! John "♦"♦'. "Carroll, MAN! l-ACTI-KFll, LYNCHBURG, Va . Nov. 15,1887.—1y. For Rent. TMIE officeorermy store, iiowoceiipicd -»- by Dr. Bagby. It Is one of most com for table rooms In lhe village. For terms apply to WM. HENRY CHAPMAN. Mliv 22, 1868. NOTICE. —Just received a second supply of those beautiful Cloaks, Houi lins, CnHieoes Alpacas, Balmoral skins, Prints, Ac, all of which will be sold nt 11 small advances. A. THOMSON. Novemlier 1, I.SG7. JUST received, 1 barrel Pulverized Sugar; 1 barrel Crushed Sugar; 1 barrel Brow. Sugar; 1 barrel Portorico Syrup; 4 barrels pure Cider Vinegar, wliieh I will sell very low for cash. June 12, IBSB E. W. KfNCUELOE. TOBACCO.— Crompton <£ .Son's pn- Illiulll "Valley Hose" CtaßWing Totmeen Highlander and Brown liick Smoking T; bacco; Havunua and Doraeatfo Segars, ofi sole by CHAPMAN i CO. November 2D, 1867. ______ P< i\V 111 ■: 1:. —Superior "15 lie To wder, in Ci.iiiatei-s, for sale by December 5 1%7. CHAPMAN 4 CO. Couutry I'jxsluce ul the high- i est market rates. ( A careful examination of my stock will con- i yln.ce any and every one t hut I am selling great bnruiiinsin everything In my line. Persons who wish to save their moner, arc respectfully Invited tocnll und ex-" ' amine my stock before purchasing. ALSO, WANTED, .WO Tons Bent Sum a j 50,000 IbM. l»i-j Buncti; i 50.000 lb*, of OKI Iron ; .'IO.OOO lbs. Cotton Ra-fN : ftoo lbs. Nice Fresh Butter ; WO lbs. \m•«• I.ai-fl; 1,000 lbs. \i«•<• Bacon ; For all of which I will pay the highest price, Juuel2,lßUS. CHAlt'l.l-.s IIIiLLWIG. m. spaEtek, FRENCH AXD AMERICAN. BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, ! OUANE COURT HOUSE, VA., HAVING opened a Shop at the De pot, (near tin- Ticket Office,) In prepared to make, the finest and befit Heads and Shoes al the very lowest prices. Fine stock, of Upper und Sole Leather con stantly on band and for sale low. Cull hi alia examine my work. All work warranted. June 12,1868 —ly. G U NS, Xl FLE N~ PI 8T• L 8 a Sporting *\|<paratUN, AMMUNITI 0X , &c . Greatest variety best quality and largest as sortment In the cltv, wholesale and retail. No. 51 South Cnlccrt Street, Xo. 53 Cheaptide, BALTIMORE, MD. I NAME In part: Fine IJieecli-Loail lng Double Barrel Bird und Duck GUNS -. Double und single Barrel Muzzle-Loading GUNS, at all prices; Colts, Smith A Wes. on's, bacon's, Dariv*gcr's, Williamson's, something new-,) Sharp's and other make of Pistols; Rifles of all hinds; line Powder l-'lssks, Shot Belts, Game Bags, Eley's Water proof G. D. ami Musket Caps: Lley's and Baldwin's Wen*; all kinds of Cartridges; Powder of very best brands; Shot Balls ; also material for Gittimakers. In fact, his facili ties are such that he can famish imyartiole In his line ut short notice. Purchasers may rely on getting a good article. A call re res- ' peetfullv solicited *_, ESTAHLISHEO ISII. . / ALEXANDER McCOMAS. April 17,1868—1y. . 10 0K ! 1 1 0 OK II" LO #«M! ORANGE BAZAAR! NEW ffiUNO AND SUMMER GOODS. TIIK tindersifrned having received a a large and well selected slock of Spring and Sit k i Goods, would respectfully call tbeattentlon of the citizens of Orange Court House to the same before purchasing elsewlnre. Their stock consists of Heady-Mode. Clothhig, Cloths. Cassimeres, Ladies' Hats and Dress Goods, Hats, Caps, Hoots and /Shoes, A fine Mof Ladies' Gaiters and imported Shoes, A well selecteded stock qf Groceries, A fine lot of Liquors and Wines, for fam ily use, which will lie sold very low for cash or in ex change for country prod nee at the highest rates. FISHI-'H 4 GOLDHTINK. June 12,1868. Hh ARDWARBr IH A YE on baud am! for sale the fol io if lug artfefes:—Augers and lillts, of all sizes, uiinlili is, curry combs, pud, plate, press, closet and trunk focks, tbumh lut'-ln-s and lathing hatchets, hand saws, and files-, saws of all "sizes, claw hammer*, but hinges, hand balances, candle sticks, shoe tacks and brads, cut nails 3 to 20, large and small size scissors, cow bells, two and four pronged forks, flesh forks, sausage grinders, nutmeg graters, coffee aud pepper mills, eoi k screws, superior razors, tea and table spoons, spades pud shovels, erosseot saw tiles, insps, tea kettles, porcelain laid slew pans, shovels and tonga, sat Irons, needles, pins, white was.''brimlie*, scrubbing briislies.sliiK-briiKh es tulliC Irnwßsraiil forks, white and colored knob locks of the best kinds, spirit levels, frying pons s.'atcs pencil, looking glasses, ack, fore and snifoth planes, waffle irons, brace and hltts, draw. 'ng knives, pots, ovens, griddles, itc. 1 will sell the above goods ns low as can be sold In any place wf. -re goods are retailed. E. \V. KINCHEI.Mi. December 18, 18«7. _ NEW KKSTAIiRArVT. I WOULD respectfully inform my friends and the public generally that I havejust opened a new FIST-CLAHS RESTAURANT, and am pre|«ired to furnish fresh *tork Riv er Dysters. Sf-aks, rutlets, Chops, Rabbits, Hum and Eggs, and whatever else the mar ket affords, all of which will be served in tho best style at moderate prices. Connected lth the Restaurant is a Bar-Room. in which choice Liquors, Mountain and Bal timore Whlskv of [he best brands, Wines of all hinds, Cider, Ale 1111! Cigars will be found. I will also again call nflentlcii to the fact that I furnish Wine for Sacramental pur poses to all Churches within fen miles of this place at. cost. All I nsk is 11 call from my old friends, as 1 am determined to please them. November 4Klß97—tf. A. <l. Nit Hues. IV. 11. "lIKOLETr GUN AXD LOCK SMITH, AND DFAT.Kr. is GUXS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, &C. CULPEPER COURT HOUSE, VA., OFF 10HS for sale flue breech-loading Double Barrel Bird and Dnck Oons; Double and single barrel niuz.zlc-lnuiltiig Gun*.at all prices; Colt's, Smith A-Wesson's, Bacon's Harrengcr's Wlllionison's, (some thing new.) Sharp's and other make of Pis tols; Rifles of all kinds; fine Powder Flasks, Shot Belts, Game Bugs, Elcy'x Waterproof ii I) mill Musket Caps; Eley'sand Baldwin's Wads; all kinds of Cartridges: Powder of very best brands; Shot Balls; also, material for Cluniniikers. In fact, his facilities are such that tie can furnish article in his line at short notice. Purchasers may rely on get ting a good article. A call is respectfully so licited. J line 13," 18*8.' THOMAS K. PRICE £ CO., ' No. HOI, «oner I 1 li and Main Sh RICHMOND, VA., WIIOI.KSAI.K AMU RETAIL DKAI.KItS IN DRY-GOODS. i""EEI" always on hand a choice varie *-ty ot i.udies' and Children's pre** Good*, dents' Hoods, Hosiery. Gloves, House-keep ing Goods, Linens, Cottons, Ac. H peciul at tention paid to orders. T. R. ■Pkk-e, J. Hau, Jr., E. P. llrnoinh. April 21, lNiiN—urn. SEW CrOOUg! Itl-W W»«I)S!! WE are in receipt of Parlor and Haud Lamps, patent banters. Lamp Wfeksl,nmp Trlniniers und Burners,Kero sine Oil, flue Congress belter and Note Pa per, common Lei tor and Note Paper, dip Pa per, French Note Paper and Knvelopes. Bun anil While Envelopes, livrnn ami Uafote shirt (Hilars, Rubber and Horn Toilet and Pocket Combs, Tooth, Hair, Nail fsnoeand other Brushes, black silk Wuteli Guards, 1 nut's ami lireen A Usui.-Is white and col ored tXitton, iSc, all of which wo will s"ll cheap for cash. CHAPMAN & CO. November 211, IHOT. MOWING Scythes and Stint lis, drain Scythes, Italics, Pitch Forks, No 1 and 4 Livingston's Plows, all description of Llv inston Castings, Pot*, Ovens, Griddle* and extra lids, all of which I will sell very low lor cash. E. W. KINCHELOH. June 12,1868. ~ >B ,V SPRING UOOOS. JUST received to-day a lot of bonuli ful Prints, nnd vuriety'of Notions which I will sell low for Cash, March 1:1 IMS, K. W. KINCHELOE. GLASS JARS.-Just i-iM-eiveil and tor sale. Inn self-sealing Glaas Jars for fruit, which I warrant a first rate 1111 iele. Jnnc 12,1808. E. W. KINCHELOE, » !ijt.lt6CfUantotts THE WASHXWTON HOUSE, LYNCHBURO, VA. IV NEW HANDS. DEING tlie|o« tier of this valuable pro •*-* perty, 1 have taken cliai'*eoftl on my own in count, with theilelernilua Hon of mak ing It a nrst-cluss Hotel in all of Its depart ments, fWvliiKbiul itUiorouehlvretllled and tiirnislieit so as to UCcoinmodute bulb ladlnl and gentlemen with all the convenience* and ci nn forts. The table will be kept supplied at fill meals with the best that the market will atl'ord, while the bar will lie furnished with the pu rest oil,kpiors. Wines, Ac,and neitbt-rsur imssed by any in Vli-Kinia. The services of M r. M. I. Bledsoe have been secured to lake charge as principal iiiauaKer assisted by Mrs. M. .1. dilihs, both of tliein llltfllly eupahlii ot comluetliiK the liusiness ol hotel keeimiK and belnit well known as such, I can wlfn confidence assure the nubile that In putronizlng the bouse they will have no cause tociiiii|ilain. The omnibus will attend llie Depots rugu lariy to take iiassagers up to tha novae and return them lo the Depots free of charge,— Being centrally liK-ateit coiivenienl to the principal business of tbe place, with the Poetotnce In tbebulldlngniid with fli-sl class aecoiniiiodations at reduced rates, I confi dently expect a lair share of patronage from my friends and the public. T. r. s, FERGUSOK. Lynchburg, February 11, ItJOtJ—om. N ATIVE VIRGIMAN~~ JOB PRINTING OFFICE, OKANOE C. 11.. VA. Wl'rtt pleasure we iiifortii oni-fiieiiils that we now have our Jobbing Dc|nui nielit. furnished with all the latest styles o Plain nml Fancy Type, Border*, Ac, and are fully prepared to execute all soils of Printed matter with Neatness and Dispatch. . Posters, Merchant's Hills, Business and Wedding Cards, Slnrifi's, Clerks, Lawyers and Constables' Blanks, Labels, of all kinds, School Reports. Circulars, ere., dc, Printed In a style (plain or in colors, unsur passed by any Printing Establishment in the country; Terms possltlvoly CAMS on delivery o work. Mm eh 21), 1868. NEW STORE" AT ORANGE C4KJRT HOI'SE, VA. 'Till'" tiinlersljrned offers for sale, at -*- his new store. Orange C. H., Va., next door to I'hupiuim &c<>., a full assortment, ol DRY OOODS, QROCER FM, READY-MADE CLOTHING, ROOTS, SHiifs, HATS, CATO, HARDWARE, CALICOKS, COTTON CLOTHS, &c The stock, which is unusually large for a village store, has I v sclented with ureal. care In the Northern Markets, and under circumstances which enable me to raTer spe cial Inducements to buyers. The public are rasjiectfully invited to call ami examine for themselves. I bind m vseUF to sell a* low as any country nferebanl in Virginia. 1 expect a small profit on all my goods. i_ The highest cash price wllltie paid for nil kinds ot Oountrv Produce. NovemhetaP, 1887. Q J. BROWNING. ECKLOFF & ANDERSON, (SUCCESSORS JO HOUSEWORTH A BROTHEK,) Manufacturers and Dealers In CASTINGS, PLOWS &(\, ORANGE tt, H., VA. OCR atooK consists of tbe Livingston and Virginia Patent, from No. 1 to No.*, botk cast nnd wrought Share. Plows complete at reduced prices tn-sult the times. Orders for DoublcShovcll'lowsniidCulUvntorsproniDt ly flfled. Our v RLAI'KSMITH BIIOPS are well supplied, and we charge but $1 for shoeing horses all around. In the CARRIAGE SHOP we continue to m„ke and -epalr all work In that line, at moderate prices. Several Car riages aud Buggies on hand and for sale cheap. ECKLOFT & ANDERSON. N.)!.—Old Iron taken In exchange for work. April 5, IKB7.—tf. "William H.ntT_^re^^677~ MANUFACTURER* OF SADDLES, HAH NESS, Collars, &c, ORANGE COURT «OUSE, VIROINIA, WOULD respectfully Invite tbe attention of tbe citizens of this anil the adjoining Oounlics to their large slock of the above goods, which they will sell as cheap as they can be purchased in any of the Cities. April 5,1*117. New "Moods! New Goods!! WE are now In receipt of a fresh supply of Pure Old Government Java, Liiipilra ami Rio Coffees, i 'rushed and Brown Sugar*, Golden Syrups,superior O. P. Tea, I-:. D. and Eastern Cheese. Realty's best Gun Powder, by the pound or Canister, Shot, pure Kenaiene OH, Glass Tumblers, Goblets, White Granite Tea-Sets. French China do. Plains, White (iranile .Mugs and Pitchers, Ac, A-c, all of which we will sell as cheap as possible, for cash—and cash only, i i.-i 2,\ 1807. CHAPMAN, A CO. WANTED! THE PUBLIC TO KNOW THAT f have just received, and have In Store, a fresh supply of P. R. and Granulated Sugars, i Pure Non-Explosive Kerosene OH, Tallow i and Adamantine Canities, Turpentine Simp i Nails, Lewis' While I,iml, nine, LlnseedUtl, 1 Putty, Paint Brushes. Window Glass. Copal ; Varnish, White and Red Chalk, Sand Paper, and many oilier additions to my select stock of Groceries, &c, which 1 will sell low for (tun Of***. THOS. J. PEYTON. Nov. 22, fS«7. W IU. CHAPMAN. P. P. Sl..Mill II 111: CHAPMAN & (0., Iti-nlers in GROCERIES, NOTIONS, &C, ORANGE C. H., VA. TERMS Cash on delivery of Goods. April 12, IWI7. INT I' X KST NOTI E. THIS it to give notice to all person iiulebf ed to tbeold firm of Sliced A Thom son, Who ha"'c failed to pny one year's Inter est on their bond.fhat I shall proceed accord ing to law, on the lsl d*T of January, IKtiS, fo colled tlie Interest now i*ue; also, for the second year. Parties who fail to pay prompt ly will be taxed with the cost. A. THOMSON, Surviving Partner ofsnceil ft Thomson DeeemlM>r IS, I*l,7.—tf. Fall mid W inter UoodN. I have Jost reeeivefl from New York -*- rtmt I'attiinorc a large and selected stuck of Goods. Thes,'goods having been purchns •ed since the great decline in prices, enables me to offer great inducements to persons in want of goods. I will sell ns low as cm be purchased anywhere good* are retailed. All I ask is a call, as I anisatisflcd I can fplease. N0v.211. 1*1)7. E. W. KINCIIEI.oE. M. T. 81 ITCH Eli, BARBER AND IIAIR-IIKESSER, ORANGE COURT HOUSE, HAVING taken the ro.dii recently occupled by Mr. Graham as a Bar-room, would respectfully offer his service* to the public. .May 1, 18(18. To tlie l.;:<ii< s. T HAVE just received a large lot ol A Clonks—latest styles' and very hanilsonic —for grown persons or Misses, ivhich I will sell as low as they can be purchased any where. Ladies wdl call ami examine, and 1 will guarrantee I can please. E. W. KINCHELOE. November 211, 1H(17. Vurnitili. V"0. 1 Copaf, .Inpan, Coach, Condi A" Body, and Hlaek Leather, Just received and for sale at H. D. TALIAFERRO'S Drug Store. Oct. 2.1, ISOT. ~notic;"e7~ "L"i>K!'EAliAN(']' ccu.«es to be a vir -s- tue; therclore, all persons indehteil to me for Interest money are hereby notified to come forward and pay up—otherwise I will be compelled to collect according to law. May I, lstis n. W. P. (AYE. w'ante I».—lO.OOOpoafids clean cot »" toiißatrs; Itnm M Ink Skins; lO.ikk) Rab bit Skins; limn Jiuskral skins; Hum Kox Slclns, for w-hh-h I will pay tbe highest price In cash or goods. !•;. W. X INCIIEI.i >i:. Nov. 211, IM!7. I,*-| \K Toilet Soaps, ('a si i I can 11 In-own A Soap, superior Shaving in on. for sale by CHAPMAN A CO. HeceniberK, 18(17. OMOKING TOBACUO, aiul a very kJ Fine Article of Cewing Tobacco, for sale by BNOWDEN YATES. November ill, tS67. ftOUX WANTED. — 1 Mill pay tin y-"highest market price for live handled barrels of Corn, delivered, December is, isic. a. Thomson. ORSACK}* Sal'tln Store "and for sale *"-' Cheap for Cash, tnon s. New Lard. "JNOfVDEN YATES . Nov. 13, mi. DIHKITIiiNH roll Sll HIT Mfasprfment. Neck. Shoulder from A to B. Arm from i fit to C—to C. Breast from Dto D around the Chest. Length from X to E. Around the Wrist end Knuckle*. Plaits on a side, (nils English or Plain, Buttons or Studs. If Col lars—What stylet November 15, imit. —ly. HOCSE-FUKNISIUNG, pARJWAItE, &c. ioi I iun _ Co., I 210 ANll 218 BAI/riMnp.rc SIIIKKT, , BALTIMORE, -Mn. IVORY HANDLE CI'TLKBY, COMMON (ITLEISY, FAMILY HARDWARE, ENAMELED WARE. PLATED GOODS, (Warranted the best;, I TAKER FORKS, TKASKUVII'KS, I (SPOONS, CASTORS, Ac, Ac. ' FRENCH ,& ENGLISH (II 1 NA, GLASS, ( And Queensware! lIMIIIII. CLOCKS, ' VASES, BUREAU AND TOILEB M&TB, ' DINNER AND TEA SETS. FANCY GOODB. ' BRUSHES, MATH, Block und Common TIN WARE. , JAPANNED WARES. ' TEA TRAYS and WAITERS. , KITCHEN CTKN'SII.sand HOUSE-KEEPING ARTICLES ' of every kind and variety. , THE LA EG EST STOCK IN Tl IE COUNTRY titioiiualcd In quality, newness, style tnul cheapness. CORTLAN A CO., ' Importers and Manufacturers of House Furnishing Goods. 1 Nov. IS, 18*7.—ly. ( 11. ic. pi;vton. J". 11. STAKKE. . Peyton & Starke, ' GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS & BROKERS No. fB. SECOND St., \ BALTIMORE, Md. < BEING GENERAL INSURANCE HrokerH,a* well an Aleuts, \u are enu blwd toeffi'ct ;ill kind- of liiHinmoe,ns above, * in Krst Clas«Comi>ani'&s— lj<Wttl or Foreign— \* AT THE JLOWKMT (*UKKENT HATKA. Part lOH i II- Rurlng Incur no additional cost by plncing their business in obr b.ni'l--. but arc saved much time and trouble, when the placing o 1 Inwurance is entrusted to ourjudgment. As to our facilities tor nut It In £ a.judicious choice of Companies, and our deMre lo fUUht'iilly represent the interests confided to us, were- - sport fully n-fer to our Patrons. Business can he elVorttd through corri'spondence with - our office, as well as by personal application. 1 LIFEIISSIIKAXCE. Our Friends out of the city, interested In t Life Insurance, can be examined by a local l physician in good standing, by whom appll- t cations can be forwarded to our Oflce, In- . surance pamphlets. Circulars, _te., furnished ( to all parties desiring inform*., tlou. Nov. ir», 1K67. 1868 SPRING7~TBdB ' LIf'IIT OVERCOATS, ADAPTED TO THE SEASON, Tweed Overcoats f""8 to ill English Milton from 812 to 818, Entire. Suits, f rom $10 to 818, Large line of Hoys and. Youth's Snitt, 85 f» 810. ! Just placed in our Retail Department at the above low prices. CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. . A large line of floods on sample for men ' and boy's wear, to suit all tastes. ( NOAH WALKER & CO., Washington Building, 186 and 187 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, April 10,ISIIS—3tn, SPRING AMD SUMMER IMPOBTATION. RIBBONS MILLINERY & STRAW GOODS. ti'iu«.<i oi!::. I'iitwr & Co., TMI'OKTKUS AXD JOBBBRH OF A Bonnet, Trimming and Velvet Ribbons, bonnet Silks, sal ins ami Velvets, Blond*, Nells, Crapes, Ruches, Flowers, Feathers, Or naments, straw Bonnett* and I.ailies' Mats, Trimmed anil (Intrlmmed, Shaker Hoods, &c. 287 and 286 BALTIMORE s-r„ BALTIMORE, Mn. Offer the Largest Stock to he found in this Country, and uneiiinilled in choice varie'>• suit cheapness, comprising the latest Pari .- . lan novelties. Orders solicited nnd prompt uttcntion given. . April H>, 1807—2 m , JUKKCSf 4NT*S lIOTEL, (ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN,) ■lOOM PKR 11\Y SKVKM Y-FIV:' CENTS, OR BE un.AR Katie two ikit.i.aus peu pay. Center of Hanover and Pratt Streets, Three squares from 11. <L I). R. R. Depot, and > within five minutes walk of the | principal Steamboat i Wharfs, v i BALTIMOBS, MD. j IIKMIV sCHOli'lEl.li, Proprietor. June 12,1868. Allen 11. ill a«rii dc r , (Late of Washington, I). C.) Counsellor at Law, No. 11 North Or a RUM St., 1 BALTIMORJi, Mn. j WILL PRACTICE in the City ! Courts, and In the Court of Appeals f Annapolis, and continue to Prosecute Oaf in™ agafust the I'lilletl stntefOovcrnnient. Spe cial attentliiii given to the Security and Col lection of liebts. Nov. 15,1807. _ \V. A ASIIIIY, wn n inlaAM DKViar!s& co., Wholesale Dealers In V OKEIGN AN I) 1) 0 M EST I C f DRY GOODS, Hl2 Baltimore st nil, liet. Howard & Liberty . IIALTIMOKE, ML). Wm. tievkikm, I'hkistian Dkviiik*, of 8. WM. R. Dkvkies, Solomon Kimmdi.l, 0-. Ej'llll.WM Duckeu. i April I", IB6f—ly* ' md. depository .m.c. church,sucth \ St-lln aiitl Oiifimi, rTJELISIIERS, ' BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, 1132 W. Baltimore St., BALTIMORE, Mn. N. R. Set.UY, W. J. C. DVI.ANY. November I.), 18117.-I.V UAIJ«IIKUTY,MA(ItIKK&W«IGHT ' STEAM ' iiooh i \i* job rni\ii'i:s, No. 'tl> Second St., , BALTIMORE, MD. < pOUNTRY Store Hills, In great va- j rietv, plain or In colors; .loli \\ ork of ev ery kind, from a vlvltlng card to a poster.— our facilities for,the prompt execution of Hunk Work are not surpassed In this City.— - All as low lis lhe lowest. | March li. IMB- tin. , 11. M'CIIV. WM. I. IIASIN. IMcCO. & BAS*"-**, j I'EVL. COMMISSION ME KCHASTS, No. 71! Sunt li Street,opposite! torn F.xcllalih'e IIALTIMOKE, MD. I Api'il I, lew. -Hra > iiuht.. MANHATTAN I.IFK IXSLKANCK COMPANY. r T*HK Sevclltceliill \lllillii| Ueport of -*- the Manhattan Life I n*ttrt»f"cfl ('•niipunv, being I'm-the year IMU7| exhibit* the saili.i eareiiil lunniigein mil and steady progress that have distinguished lhi» ''l'l andpopw lar Institution from the eommenccmi nt ni its opi-ritiions. The result of the year* work arc in round numbers as follows: Total receipts: Sl>,CM),Ooo Disbuis'-mi nts, (e*pens"es,losses, re- Insurunce, ,n-.,) !i">n.igHi Surplus J,I(Hi,U(,U surplus, overall liabilities for each (fhiu, liW,ir_ llatlo of expenses to receipts on each fflOU Kin,, ,i, |. ..1,, To those who intelligently jpnnvass llie nieiits of companies before Insuring, the above figures may be Viliinitled witliout comment. Oithe prompt and liberal conduct of the Manhattan in the adjustment and payment of losses this community miulrca no new guarantee*. Policies inaih- iucontostlblo and non-for feiting. Notes taken for one hn'f the] ife-premtums. All endowment and lioii-lbifeilingliic-pol- Icies. iion-forfcltable nfteroue payment. J. ADAIR I'LEAS.VNTS, Otneral Agent. \N . (1. WILLI.S MS, Ageiit, Orange C"ll. Dr. E. W. Row, .Medical Examiner. March 'J7,1867.- tiin. VIR('I!STA (KNTKAI, KAIIJIOAII. ()N und ftl'tci- Suiidit}', J tine 10, tlie v 'M.ill Train will be run between Rich mond nnd the western terminus of the road, (which in n few weeks will be at Covington,) dally, exeepl on suuiiny, and ou Sunday be tween Richmond aud UoiMoiisvlllo, Leave Rleliinoml 7 15 A M Leave western terminus 4 ■_>:! a m Arrive ill Richmond . it 46 t . M Arrive al western Icniiliius ti „ j. -v 'Ttie Freight Train bines Richmond dally, exceptor! Saturdays, at 8 00 c m Arrive In Richmond,except on Mon- ' M«_» ■ H I.", A at A passenger car win be attached to to this train east of Gordonsvllle. The arrangements wilh stages arc such as to avoid night travel after II i- m, In nil cases. Through liekctssold loull the above point*. Also to, to all prominent points In llie South west, to Washington ami Northern cities and to priiiniiieiii point* in the Valley o Virginia, anil on lhe Orange and .llexnui'lrln railroad. H. D. wihtcomii. September 13, 18IT7. Gen. Sup, i nil, n.lent KICHMOXU A~Sl> Tktiersiiiiu; 1!. it. (OJirvw. Rich mono, V.\. March 21, IKdS. ON nnd after the 211,1 instant the trains nn 'tils road Will leave _ follows: Express Train daily ■")«. lv. Mnll dally at-: to p. m., except on Sundays. The 2:4."> p. m. train eoiincets at Petersburg with trains for Norfolk. Trains have Petersburg for Richmond and all points North and West. Express Train daily at S;3O n. in., except on Sundays, Through Mail daily 7:25 p. m. Fare, to Norfolk, gf. Baggage checked through. A train will leave the Richmond depot on Wednesday aud Friday mornings, at 1 o' clock-, for Clover Hill. For further information, lr/qtilre at, the Ticket Olttce, corner of Hvrd and Eighth sts. E. H. (JllX, . May 8, ISO*-'™' Engineer and Superintend'!. O. A. Ar%'i*» M. RtllJlOAI). .UIK I*iis.senjr*?r Tminson the Onuijre, A Alexandria and Manassas Railroad, from Wednesday, March nth, are running once dnily between Washington ami Lvnchbuig ; making close connections at Lvnehburg, for South and Southwest, and at Washington, lor Baltimore nml the West. Leave Washington daily nt 6 50 a. m., Alex andria nf 7 0(ln. in., and Orange at 11 Win. m. —arriving „t Lyiiohburg lit 4.'«) |. m. Leave Lynchburg nortbtvard, at 900 a.m. anil Orange 141 p.m., arriving at Alexan dria 544 p. m. anil at Washing!on 630 p. in., connecting to New York nnd the West. FREIGHT TRAINfI Pass Orange daily northward a! 6 00 a.m., and Southward iSumbiy excepted,) at 7 56 p. ni. J. M. lIIIOADUS, March 111 IH6S. General Ticket Agent -liKxfAbVoTin,; --.1 O iI r* RAST»O L P IS , DENTIST, TJETI'IiXS lils tlianUs to his friends At of Orange and Culpeper, for their past liberal patronage, and al:s v con- *;-...-, ttnuoueeof tbesuinc. All work S>r done by him, both in the five and mechanical branches, warranted tor comfort and durability. Ar tilleial Teeth i partial and complete sets,) In serted on , . . GOLD, SILVER AND VELCANIZER RUB BER, at reasonable prices. Ofliee at Culpeper Court House. He will visit regularly the Courts of Orange. March 13,1KUX.—tf. J. WALL TURSEIC" OF ORANGE COUNTY, VA., WHOLESALE ANII KKTAII. lIKAI.EU IN BOOKS, NEWSPAPERS, PEUIODIALS, STA TIONER V PHOTOGRAPHS, ALBUMS, ALMANAC *c lilt MAIN STHKKT, KICIIMOND VIKGINIA, (TJAN supply any Cook wanted. Pay* *-I particular attention to orders from the country. October 18,1867. ~T. J. PEYTON, - OKAI.F.It IN Groceries, Liquors, BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, ifolltm Ulollis, tCc, ORANOE COURT HOUSE, VA. April 5, 18*7. ~llt(>MAS J. JHETTTmSY, ASHMR FOU THE CUMBERLAND COAL AND IRON CO. ALSO, Wliolosc-'e nnil Hi-tail Dealer aa. In all klndsand all sizes of hard or An tbrecite ('oai, hj- car load or ton. All ciiuiiuunil'iii ions addressed to J. I.nth erland,at. King Street, Alexandria, Va., will be promptly attended to. July .5,18117.—1y*. ~ J AMES £71*6 WELL, " Attorney At Law, HAS located permanently fit Orange Court House. In addition to this, lie \ylll attend till the con its oi Kpoteylvania and Louisa Coo nt leg. He will, also, attend promptly lo the procuring of discharges for Insolvents, and the proving of creditor's claims lv the Bankruptcy Courts of this dis trict. October 4, ISG7.—tf. John l. pheal, REAL ESTATE AGENT, CHAIILOTTEiSVILLE, VA., HAS associated with P. B. lliden, Atlorneyat Ijiw, Orange Court House, who Is auttiori/ed to take powers of attor ney, receive descriptions of land, anil attend to the showing ami sale of lands in omngc County. Persons having farms for sal*, will find il to their interest to call on Mr. Hlden. 4,? - No charge for advertising. Ofnoe next door to Thomson's store. April 24, IKtIS-:im. M. W. BUBCCBS, Attorney At Law, ORANOE COURT HOUSE, \ A. WILL practice in the Circuit and County Courts of Orange and the .adjoining Counties. _____W*NM ■ ML H. lI.TALIAFEUKO, DRUGGIST, ORANOE COURT HOI'SF, \'A., OFFERS' for sale Drugs, Medicines, Chem icals, l'hariiiaelitical preparations, and a general assortment of articles usually found iv a Hist class Drug Store, including |i\c stutts, Paints, Extra No, 1 Kerosene oil, Lamps Lamp Fixtures, &0. Aprils, 18(17. Fine Mountain Whlgky I "1*111'; IlKS'l' Aiti,!e in |hi* MHtiet, of A Pure Rye Whiskey, just received from Augusta County, by THOB. J. PEYTON. Nov. -ii. lsiiT. ( 'iitoi ; i:i;i i-;s".~< ru*hea_w*rd Utm*<> v -" Sugars; superior Ooldeii Syrup pine old (iovci'iiiiient Java, Laguyrn nnd ttioCof fee; best l.uupowdi i Tea, lot sale by Novembers, lsu7. CHAPMAN .1 CO. CI ,'T TIN 6" Axe*, lone- ami sliortban ille shovels, long handle Pilch Fonts,"! boxes Axle Grease, just received and for sale by E. W. KINCHELOE. December 13,1807. Bl! V KWIIXKAT.—I havejut-t re'( Iv ed a lot of extra Buck Wheat Hour and has stilt ou hand a supply of nine dried pea ches. SMiWDF.N YATES. January :.l. Istl-i. _ O YATES lias pist receive** tot of £?• Horse Collars and Trace Chaius. January U, imw. QTONE .1A US, our. two atiuTThVof 's' Oullon. hist ri wived by I s.r.vUKN YATEb'. n%j» _~.i.iii. m*mwmmmaamßKtßimmmm _nl|itrjcr C. it. M'IICIUIAS. J. P. C. PRTEn. C. H. McMURRAN & CO., D____i IN IIKV«00HS, H X 0 C I * I S S I'ARDWARF. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS. CAPS, BeOu &_., CULPEPER-COLRT HOUSE VA„ Woi'Jil) respectful}' 'ic-lte the at * teiition of ihcclt . ■ • ■; or,- nue and the sorrotiiidlng country to ....... large and coin pletnnssiirinieiit of, HI'RINU AND SUM.MLR OOODS, which they pledge themselves to sell us low as they can be bought in Virginia. 4gynl ■"), lsiiT.- i>. "■ KALE TRADE. 1867. ( < 11. M. UUKKAN & CO., lcscject v • fully call the attention ot their friend* and the public generally, to their coiuplet' *took of DHT GOODS, GROCEHIESi HARDWARE, QUEENSWABE, WOODWASE, BOOTS, SHOES HATS, APS, dr., which they nro now opening, and -will ©fT* at great hurgnths. Their slock has been selected with refei ■ cm r to durability ami good taste, and pur chasers may rely upon getting Ul* best arti cles at the lowest rates. Culpeper c. 11., September 2d, 1867. DISSOLUTION. "I*ll'K linn of M.-MUKKAN * WAl>'- A dell is dissolved this day by mutnnl con sent. Dr. E. Si. Sli.MiaiiAN hiivlng pur chased the interest of J. K. Waiiiiki.l. in the establishment, will in future conduct tlm liusiness on his own account. All claims against the lalcfiiiu of SlcMurran A Wn.i dellwillbe presented to Dr. E. M. SlcMi r ran Ibrsclllciucnf. E. »1. McSll'Rß AN , September7,lS67 J. E. WAIHU-'.I.L. A CARD.—The undersigned takes this opportunity of returning Ills thanks to his friend* for their liberal putroiincc tv him iv the past, and hopes by a strict und fitlthftil attention to business to merit a ■ uu tillluillce ol the same. K. SI. SIc.MURRA N. Culpeper C. 11., September ilO, IHO7. "Tip* Goons i oHSiP i.ooiis Great Bargains! AT C. H McMURRAN & CD'S. WE have just returned from Haiti-no I wll ii a very seasonable stock of NEW HOODS, purchased nt the lowest rates, which wonie bow opening and offer them at siiinll fioflls or cash. Our stock embraces tho usual \ ari clv kvept in the country. We propose hereafter tn confine ours. Ires more closely to the cash system, and to per sons who buy for cash we will make it li their interest lo give us a call. All kinds of Country produce taken in ex change for goods. Culpeper V. H., may 17, 1*67. • DX. .E M. Mi-miKKAItV - (LATE MUM OF MCM UKKAN A V.AODKM. ) DRUGGIST, MAIN STREET, CITLPEPER COURT HOUSE, VA., constantly or liaiiil a gooda*- AY aortment of pure Drugs, Medlcln .s I'niuts, Oils, Dye Stuns. Perfumery; Eancv Articles, Fine Soaps, Fine Hair Tooth and Natl Brushes, pine Wines, Whiskies *ml brandies, (for Medicinal purposes,) Coal i I Lnmps.and Patent Medicines, In lactall ai tl cle» usually sold by llrstclass Druggists. He would respectfully call the attention o iris friends and the public gencrnllv, to ll« new stock of goagw, which having bei n bought low for cash wfll be sold at the lowcl prioes. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere, llel.iber 1, 1567. "hoi'se,;sk;n ami <ii:.NA*ftF.>TAi7 PAINTING, T'fl'T*: pilbser'i trier, residingriiCtilpepei' A c. IL, will be pleased to serve the |«opld of range, in the several branches of Ins business, nnd feels confident of hisul.iliiv n please, bin Inn served under first class work, men from the time he first eoinnicnccd the business. PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PATER HANOINi!. done In the latest and most improve ylr* Orders4iddieased as below will bep nipt ly.- 'hUv.. liespcelfullv, _ c l-.Cliltows, aprll 8 lP(~-jr Culpeper c. 11., V«. jJfJrsJtM ii. IHJOX, TAILOR, CULPEPER C. H. VA., RSPF.CTFI'LI.t announces to tbe citi zens of Orange and the ajacent Counties that he has permanently located at Culpepei Court House for the purpose of carrying on the Tailoring Business, and solicits a shuie. of the public patronage. A good fit guaranteed or no pay. may 17, 1H67.—1y. TiOOire A ND HHOBB.—A Htfrm sup". a' ply oleity made boot* and shoes, wai - ranted to he superior to any ever oll'eri-d In this market; also, a large supply ol the best make Ladies and Children's Shoes, just re. eelved and for sale by C. 11. McMURRAN * CO. Culpeper, September 20, 18«7. VAMI L V GROCEHTeS,—A lttrn - 1 and well selected stock Just received, au lor sale at the lowest market rates, by C. 11. SJcMURRANA CO. Culpeper, September 20, lscr. j AI) 11-:S'" I)gKs S OOODS, Ac— A-i A large assortment of Ladles' Dress Goods, trimmings. Halt mis, ,Vc, just receive I and for sale by C. 11. Mi MITUtAN A CO. Ciil)>eper, September SI. IdiT. ("■lotus, <AB.siMi;i:i-:sr&.T^A x - y large lot iu«t reeolveil and lor sale by _ ('. 11. Sic.MURRAN & CO. Culpeper BeptemJ -r 20, 1887 BA£>LABJ> xaOTEL,) Kii-n.MOM), Va., March 10, ISOB. $ r rillS elegant establishment is.open A to the accommodation of of the public.— Tho building is out- olthe Fiiieeit lv (lie (Lily, and for style, convenience aud beauty of ar rangement, la acknowledged to bo superior. lis Furniture Is new and complete, and for cleanliness, II is proverbial. 'lhe subscriber, after more than twenty yeara experience In the business, thinks h'« risks nothing in saying that this Hotel shall, in every respect, be I'n.ual to any In the South, and asks the patronage of his friends and the public generally. JOHN P. BALLARD, Proprietor. S'arch 20, lsxis.—tf. JOHN U. < IMI IS, Merchant Tailor, ORANGE COURT HOUSE, VA., EESI'KCTFULLY announces to liis otistomers. friends and the public gener ally, that be lias Just received his stock of Spring and Summer (lutftiM, CasslmercN, Vest liter. Ac and is prepared to do any work In his line at the shortest nutlce and on the most reusoua ble t.erms.. Thankful for past pntronnge, be solicits n continuance of tlie same, pledging himself for the future, as In the past, to use hi* best endeavors to give entire satisfaction. _Mayl,lSUß. Tlie C'onventTon will Meet! * A ND I have just received a fresh stiyt- ply of P. R. and Oi-ittiulutcil Stigius, pure non-i xplosivc Kerosene Oil, Tallow and Ad nmnntlne Candles, Soap, N'.-uls, Lewis' White 1,en.1, (Hue, Linseed oil, l'ully, l'sint Drnsb es, and many other additions to my select stock, all of which will he sold nt living prle es&iroush: Call aniU Minn ne mr \em selves. November I, 18W. T. J. PEYTON. TilTOfffiE.—a'l] pe'rsoiia Indebted lo -1-* nn- will please conic Inrwnnl and pay me sumelhing on their accounts, as I am h, want of money to meet my demand*. I hope they will respond promptly to my call us ! do mit call on them Often. E. W. KINCHELOE. august Hi, IHH7 jfififl I-UfS. |iriiiio country Bacon ; a\J\J\J _olbs.prDuocountry Lard ; 2nsacks linesiiii; 12 barrels Lime: So kegs Nails, Sto •_vp; I barrel Kerosine Oil; 1 barrel Machine nil; 1 barrel Spirits of Turpentine, for sole low by E. \V. KINCHELOE. November 2», 1567. PM/UK, in Barrtsls, and S;..cks. Cora A .Mini, Flesh (iiounil, 111 Barrels No. 1 l'o toniac Iferrtngs, imm lbs, Paeon, m) No. 1, . Leaf Lard, for sale by, Maiih in, Iks, "E. XV. KINCHFI.i iE, jm,mills I'low'f ust- ings, Just received nnd for sale low Hn- Febrnary», mg. k. w. kinchi-.i.(i|-'. (\yy. Bnrrol No. I Maciiiin- Oil: i Ilarrel spirits Turpentine; 1 barrel best (liialily Kerosine Oil; for sale by Milich !.-! lstl* E. W. KINCHKIdI'.. l»" VA'I'ES has still on liaiiil uu ns- sorted lot of Cotton Yams, Horn li to L - . IS6S. AC—Flour, Httcon, ton-, - Corn Menl, Ac, constantly on hand by Febrn»rya. tm. ti J. BBO*«*N1NO.