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That tall youtiK fellow's here to-day 1
I wonder what's his name I
His eyes are fixed on our pcW-~*
Ho look at Sally Dame 1
Who Is that lady dressed in green?
It can't be Mrs. Leach—
Therc'B Mrs Jones with Deacon Giles!
I wonder If he'll preach.
Lend me your fan—it Is so tvarlu;
We both will sit at prayers—
Mom nil,,- liecomes the widow Ames—
How Mary's bonnet flares.
Do look at Nancy Sloper's veil,
Its full a width too wide—
I wonder if Susannna Ayres
Appears to-day as bride.
Lord! what a voice Jane Bloc has got—
Oh! how that organ roars—
I'm _wl we've left the singing scats
How hard Miss Johnson snores I
What ugly shawls are those In front?
Did you observe Ann Wild?
Her newstaw bonnet's trimmed with black,
I guess she's lost a child!
I'm half asleep—that Mr. Jones,
His sermon's are so long—
This afternoon we'll stay at home,
And practice that new rong.
Men ol feeling—Pickpockets.
People who catch at straws—
cobbler drinkers.
When is a grocer like a highway
man . When lie lies in weight.
■ A popular summer haunt—Na
li.int.
- A mistake—to elope with the
wrong girl.
A schoolmistress—how neat she
spreads her whacas.
People seldom improve when
they set up no other model than them
selves to copy after.
Never owe a man more than you
arc nble to pay, allow no man to owe
you more than yon c in lose.
Theteare two reasons why wo
don't trust a man, one, becaue we dor.'i
know lit in and the other because we do.
Where do all the pins go to. —
Do they fall to the ground and I ecome
terra-pins ?
Avery bcr.cvolent old lady has
taken the idea into her head to knit a
pair ol hose lor a lire-engine.
Solomon advises the sluggard to
goto the ant; but the shiftless in our
day generally go to their "uncle."
.... What kind ot a fruit has been a
blessing anil a curse to mankind? 'Jho
apple
••There is something str-in_e.
about this,' as Grant said when a Father
Alnthew gave him a glass of water.
A young woman was made the
happy mother of four children in Balti
more the other day—a step-moihor.
An honest farmer writes to an
agricultural society :—"Gentlemen, put
me down ou your list of cattle tor a
bull."
A Mobile paper says of a guitar
ist nt that city, that lii* playing would
give any well conducted saw-mill the
toothache.
A Connecticut editor gives an
account of a man who blew out his
brains alter bidding his wile good-bye
with a shot gun.
A real estate agent informs the
public "that he has a beautiful cottage
lor sale containing ten rooms and an
acre of laud."
Fanny Fern having said the men
of the present day were rather fast." —
Prentice replies "that they have to be
to cat—9 the women."
Prentice says that the negro at
the ballot is like a monkey with a ra
zor—in shaving himself he will cut his
own throat, lie ought to be well lath
ered first.
—— Hmithers says his wife lihr had a
good run—ran otl with Jnckensnaps,
one of his neighbors. Smithers intends
to let her run. Thinks it the best let
ter in the alphabet—for him.
"Is your father in ?" Inquired a
man of the little girl who admitted him
"Is your name Bill.'' "Some people
call me so." "Then he's not home; lor
I heard him tell John, if any bill onine
to say he's not at home."
A boarder looked very discon
tentedly at the beef-steak, and the land
lady, having observed him, said :—
"Don't tin? steak suit you?" "Yes, it's
good enough, what there is of it; and
there is enough of it, such as it is."
A Saratoga writer gets of this : —
"You call that a trunk, do you?" growls
a dejected porter. "It only needs a
lightning rod to make it look a darned
tight mote like a boarding-house than
what's to be found in Sarntogy !"
A yo.ing lady advertised for a
drrssing-iiiaid. One applied, and in
response to inquiry if she was quick,
she replied :—"Oh! so quick, that I
will engage to dress jou iv a half an
hour." "Half an hour !"' reiterated the
lady;" and what shall I do the rest of
Che day?"
A voting ensign of a regiment
stationed not far frem' Manchester, re
sides in lodgings the sitting room of
which was very small, was visited by
one of Mi fashionable friends, who on
taking leave said, "Well Charles how
long do yo-i expect to remain In this
nut-shei! ?" to which he wittily replied
"Until I become a Kernel.
A darkey farmer in the neighbor
hood ol St. Joseph was asked what In
thought of railroads. Ho replied :
"Fouh Cod massa, 1 doesn't like 'em.
Ise been in dis country long time, but
we never had sich lots ob grasshoppers
before dese railroads wits built. My
corn am al! done been gone clear eat up
by 'im. Ise down on railroads."
A mong the gifts to a newly mar
ried pair recently, was a broom sent to
the lady accompanied by the following
-cntimetit :
Thl_ trifling gift accept from me,
Its use I should commend ;
In sunshine use the brushy part,
In storniß the other end.
Unsophisticated Boy—"Mama,
papa is getting very rich, isn't he ?"
Mamma—"[don't Know; why,child?'
Boy—"Cause he gives me so much
money. Almost every morning after
breakfast, when Sally is swe-qiing out
tbe parlor, he gives me a sixpence to
go out and play. Sally receives a short
notice to quit.
A Frenchman in company with his
bosom friend, his wife, aud daughter,
iix years of age, were sittiug in the
drawing room of the former, when the
daughter snid to the bosom friend : "I
Bay, Monseiur A—, I want you to be my
lover, won't you?"
The father tngrilv exclaimed : "Why
my daugeter, where did you learn such
strange expressions ?"
The child answered : "Pa, nurse
says lhat Monsieur A—is ma's lover
why can't he be mine too ?"
A Dutchman related the follow
ing story : "Mine Cot, Hans, you may
tilkasyou be amind about te hogs be
ing te contrancst animal, but te hen is
«o much more contrary a cisid deal.—
Vy no longer ago than toiler day, 1 try
to make a hen set. 1 make up a nest
cood ; put te hen on, she no; I jam her
down on tc eggs, but she vtll git up
right otr. Den I make a leetle pox,
pout so big one wav, and pout so pig
todcr way—den 1 make a little pox over
her-and then just takes a,id raise te pox
to see whether she is setting, and I pc
tain if 1 di.u'l. flint tc taw hen set a sinn-
INSURKSon all the most approved
plans, its j'olicii-K nre non-for felting.
It dlv'des 87}_ per cent, of profits among
policy holders. . . .
It declare- dividends at the end of second
It receives premiums all In cash, or lv half
loan, or one third loan, as applicants may
prefer.
It allows quarterly or semi-annual pay
ments of cash pari ot prenunin.
It accepts no security foFlhe money It In
vests except real estate first Hen.
Xo stocks nor government securities wil.
be received by It as security for debt.
It Is officered nnd managed hy gentlemen
horn and bred In the South, of good charac
ter amongst their own people for financial
ability and for fidelity to their trusts; and
the premiums paid into this Company will
not go to increase the wealth of the North,
lint will he used within ourown limits, und
will relieve ..erown impoverished people.
W. C. CAKKINUTO.N, President.
J. J. Hopkins, Secretary,
C. H. l-sauw, Medical Adviser.
DIUECTORB:
D. J. Tlartsook, W. D. Cabell, E. O. Thur
mond, J. H. Peebles, Hudson Martin, T. P.
KiUpatrtck, William Gordon, C. A. Sehafp
ter, William P. Shepherd.
REKEHENCKS:
Oen. Beauregard, Col. G. G. Garner, Judge
Alexander Walker and Gen. Mason Graham,
ol I/<mislana; Gen. Simon Huckner, of Lou
isville ; Gen. J. B. Hood, New Orleans; Judge
H. P. Mabry, Major J. 11. Pratt aud Ward
Taylor, Jr., Jelrerson, Texas.
Libera! commissions will be given to good
agents. Travelling agents are especially
wanted.
NiN*e HuNDKEn Policieslßsued during the
first eight months of active work.
Income over .HO,(KK>—a success ahead of all
precedent—and with bright prospects.
For rates of Insurance call upon the Local
Agent, W. H. ItICKE'TS,
July 31,1868. Orange Court House.
~_E__tMn__ * KELLY'S
MARBLE WORKS,
CHARI.OTT._SVII.__, VA.,
ANII AT
STAUXTOX, I.FXISGTOX AXD HAR
RIS!) MICRO.
MR. J. 11. HOW MAN, our Agent nt
Charlottesville, le receiving and keeps
constantly on hand a large lot
Jl of Monuments, Tom lis. Head
rtfi t , and Foot Htones, Ac. Persons
feel I' ltl want of anything of this kind
!' *i I can be accommodated on short
Ayfe. |I*U notice and upon liberal terms.
T~- - ffi I I The near proximity of Char
|p*!Bil £3 lottesvtlle to Orange and ndja-
I —J *\ /_V cent counties, affords an oppor
jC_r____ tnulty to the c.tlzens of these
r~ '~7_Mg-a**** count ies tootitatn work aa quick
lv, conveniently and cheaply as from any
other point. We challenge a comparison
hoth as respects the quality and taste of
workmanship and the price of material.
We beg leave to refer to Messrs. llaghy A
Stofer, of the Native Virginian, through
i whom orders may be transmitted. All we
ask is a fair trial.
June-i, lSOH—tf. _
, A U HS, BtFLSg- PI»- 0L S,
„porllnK Apparatus],
AMMUNITION, -fee.
1 Greatest variety, best quality and largest as
sortnient In the city, wholesale
and retail,
Xo. 51 ®)uth Ctlrcrt Street, Xo. 53 Cheapside,
BALTIMORE, MO.
INAMK in part: Fine Breech-T.oad
ing Double Barrel Bird and Duck GUNS ;
Double and Single narrel Mii-ale-Loadim*
GUNS, at all prices; Colt's, Smllh & Wcs
on'a. Bacon's, Darrenger'a, Williamson's,
something new,) Sharp's anil other make of
Pistols; Kiflea of all kinds; fine Powder
Flasks, Shot Helta, Game Bags, Kiev's Water
proof G. 1). nnd Musket Caps; Eley's and
Baldwin's Wads; all kinds of Cartridges ;
Powder of very best brands; Shot Balls ; also
material for (luuniakers. lv fact, his facili
ties are such that lie can furnish any article
in his Hue at short notice. Purchasers may
rely on getting a good article. A call Is res
pectfully solicited
•s_ ESTABLISHED IS4S.
ALEXANDER McCOMAS.
April 17,1888—1y.
SPOTSWOOi) HOTEL,
RICHMOND, VA.
THIS first-class, popular and fashion
able Hotel, the only one located on the
Main street of the city, has been furnished
and nut lv the most perfect order through
out.
It is within one square of the Capitol, Cus
lom-House, Post-office, .Theatre, Ac., and
within two squares of the Ulchmond and
Fredericksburg Railroad depot, nnd the
Great Southern Uoutes via Petersburg and
Danville.
The traveling public are cordially Invited
to make their homo at the Spotswood, and
, the proprietors pledge themselves to make
it for the future, whattlt has been for the past
five years, the leading Hotel of Richmond.
*J-Tclegranh Office In vestibule. Office ol
Southern una Adams Express Companies in
the building.
MILI.WARD BROTHERS,
; April 24,1808— ly. Proprietors.
~ StBICTHfNiTNIiWr
PATXET ELLIPTIC SI'SI'EMIEBS.
1 SUSPENDER AND SHOULDER BRACE
1 COMBINED.
AT
E. B. SPEXL'E'S, AOEJiT.
-ERCIIWT TAILORWimOTHIEi.,
No. 1"00 Main Street,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
[ pLOTIIINO and Shirts made to «r-
V.' der. Fine slock of Ready-made on hand
Don't fall to call at the old stand, comedo
• Main and Governor Streets.
I August 21,18118.
-"AM-OF _S_B.
HEKMITAIJE NURSERIES,
RICHMOND, VA.,
ALLAN & JOHNSON,
General »*-.iiln,
THE Virginia Nursery and Wine Com
-— iiany olfcra an uiiei|iiiillid assortment of
Fruit Trees, Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum, Apri
cot, Grape Vines. The largest stock ever
grown In the State, Including 80.000 "Ni iton"
and "Concord,' Ac, Ac. Strawberry, Rasp
berry, Gooseberry, Blackberry, Currants, Ac..
Osage Orange, Hop Roots, Asparagus Roots,
and a large stock of Ornamental Trees, Ev
ergreens, Shrubbery Ac.
11. D. TALIAFERRO, Agent
for Orange and Madison Counties.
August 7, 1868.—3 m.
"WOORIHHJSE & PARHAiI,
Uo-.-SJll-'is. Station in,
AND PEAI.DKS IN
Piano Fortes,
RICHMOND, VA.
THEY manufacture Blank Hooks for
Clerks of Courts and Merchants' use—
Publish Sands' new Form Book—keep the
best, Piano Fortes for sail—have a large slock
, of LAW BOOKS, new and second hand, at
low prices, nnd attend to orders promptly.
April 21, 1808— ly. _
THOMAS R. PRICE * CO.,
No. 1101, co ncr II li and Main '••.
RICHMOND, VA.,
WHOI.KPAT,*-: ANP BF.TAII. lIKAI.EIIS IK
DEY GOODS.
KEEP always on hand a choice varie
ty of Ladles" and Children's Dress Goods,
GenhV Goods, Hosiery, (.-loves, House-keep
ing Goods, Linens, Cottons, Au. Special at
t. nlion paid lo orders.
T. R. Prick,
J. Hall, Jr.,
K. I". HunoiNS.
April 24, ________
CtWllf, BEGSHAM A CO.,
rOBWABDING A N D COMMISSION
•MERCHANTS,
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA.
STRICT attention given to the sale of
- Country i-roduce, and the purchase o
Guano, Salt, Plaster, Groceries. Ac.
T. T. GWIN,
Formerly of D. S. Gwln A Son,
J. T. BECKHAM,
Culpeper County, Va.,
E. L. TOLSON,
May 1, lfiflS,-tf. Maryland.
a7s. SAM I'__,
WITH
R. 11. OIIIRKI.L,
CO3!JIISSIO\ MERCHVM,
No. 131*. Cs.ry.st.,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
PARTICULAR attention paid to the
sale of Wheat, Corn, Tobacco, Ac. Estab
lished 1811.
■lime IS, 1888.—
WOOI." WANTED.—1 wish to pnr
chaseanv quantity of fine and common
' Wool washed or unwashed, for which I will
pay the hlghesi cash price, if delivered at any
! station on lhe Railroad. __
Sayl», 1868. _f_!*_l__?__s_____
raw spring GOODS.
JUST rc'-i'ivi-'l to-day a lot of bc.-ititi
fill Prints, and variety of Notions wliieh
I I will sell low "orOash, _
March 1_ I__. E W. KINCHXLOE.
'lull- suuserineis, iiiani-iui no _....-. ..■■-
A ..rai patronage, beg leave to state that the
• above justly
I CELEBRATED MACHINE
i has been greatly improved for ltM, and we
can with confidence recommend It as the
f best kmncn. Kurly orders ere solicited tor it.
p To lliose who desire to use Phosphates, we
. will state that we have the agency tor the
I celebrated
I IIAVGH'S SUPER PHOSPHATE,
' MARYLAXD POWDER OFHOX.S,
CHICAGO BLOOD MAXVRE, Ac.,
' and will furnish lo farmers at mr.uufactur
■ ers prices, freight added.
We are getting ready 200 ol Routt s cele
brated
Iron Double Shovel Flowa
' for ploughing In wheal. To those who sow
bro.-rdcKst, this device is the best in use.—
"None speak of It but to praise it.
On hand a full supply of
I I.IYIXGSTOX PLOWS AXD CASTIXGS,
1 STIiA W CUTTERS,
CORK SHELLERS, Ac.
A. P. ROUTT A CO.
5 JnlyU/HW. Liberty Mills, Va
\ JLOOI! LOOK!! LOOK lit
i ORANGE BAZAAR!
, NEW SPRINO AND SUMMER OOOK9.
I frill"' undersigned having received a
a. a large and well selected stock of
1 Spring it ml Milium r Good-,
1 would respectfully call tbeattentiou ofthe
1 citizens of Orange Court House to the same
before purchasing elsewhere. Their stock
consists of
■ lle.ady-Made Clothing, Cloths. Cassimeres,
Ladies' Hats and Dress Goods,
Uats, Caps, Hoots antl Shoes,
A fine U>l of Ladies' Gaiters and imported
■ Shoes',
A irell selecteeted stock of Groceries,
A fine lot of Liquors and \\ ine.s, for fam
ily Use,
which will be sold very low foreash or In ex-
I change for country produce at the highest
rales; ElsilEß A G«JLDHTIN_.
June 12, 1868.
J_BW KI'STA"**-_A\-T.
I WOULD respectfully Inform tny
friends and the public generally that I
have just opened a new
FIST-CLASS RESTAURANT,
and am prepared to furnish fresh *tork Riv
er Oysters. Steaks, Cutlets, Chops, Rabbits,
Ham and Kggs. and whatever else the mar
ket affords, all of which will be served in the
best style at moderate prices. Connected
lth the Restaurant Is a
Bar-Room,
In which choice Liquors, Mountain and Bal
-1 .Imore Whisky ofthe best brands, Wines oi
' all kinds, Cider, Ale and Cigars will be
found. I will also again call (ittentien to the
! fact that I furnish Wine for Sderamentalpur
poses to nil Churches within ten miles of this
• place al eosi. All I ask Is a call from my old
• friends, as I am determined lo please them.
November aa, 1867.—tt A. (i. NICHOLS.
NEW SPRING CrOOM.
HAVING just returned from the
North, 1 am now receiving and opening
a well selected stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Oueonsware, Nollons, Ready
made Clothing, Hoots, Shoes, Stationery,
Hats, Ac, embracing every article usually
kept in a llrst-cli:sscountrystore,allof whic.i
1 I propose to sell at a small advance for cash,
or in exchange lor Country Produce.
. Mayl.isss. A. THOMSON.
BTTHW fiOODIIIIEW GOODS !!
Wl. are in receipt of Parlor and
Hand Lamps, patent I.anters, Lamp
Wicks Lamp Trimmers and Hurncrs, Kero
sine oil, Una Congress Letter and Note Pa
per, common Letter and Note Paper, Cap Pa
per. French Note Paper and Envelopes, Bull
and White Envelopes, I'.yron and Oarote
Shirt Collars, Rubber and Horn Toilet and
Po-kel Combs, Tooth, Hair, Nail Shoe anil
other Brushes, black Silk Watch Guards,
I-, at'saud Oreen _ Daniel's white ana col
ored Cotton, _c, all of which we will sell
cheap for cash. CHAPMAN A CO.
November 29, WW.
', *•#___ CKI.E BR A f__>
LONE JACK,
and
BROWN DICK
SMOKING TOBACCO!
John V. . Carroll,
MANI'FACTUKKR,
LYNCHBURG, Va.
Nov. 15,18(17—ly.
■ BX-___A!K._> HOTEL,
ORANGE COURT HOUSE VA.
r |'llK unitt-rstirned respect!' illy an-
A. nonnces to his friends and the public.
' that he has |ust opened the above Hotel, (re
cently thoroughly repaired and refitted,)
' stocked It wltli new lurnltuie and Is pre
pared to furnish as comfort able accommo
dations as i nn he had in Hie country.
Hummer boarders will lin.l this one of the
mosl desirable locations as to health, society
and beauty or scenery, in Virginia.
BNOWDKN YATES, Proprietor.
May -fl, ISM.
<'OK RONS VILLI* --"MALE SEMINARY
r pilE second session of this Institution
A will open on tin-first Muntlau of Septeinlier
I TERMS:—Board and tuition in English
■ Branches for five months SIOU.OOO
Music and '.iiriuuuges extra.
For further In for mall on. address
IUV. CHARLES REACH
July 24,18«5.—_m. Qordoiisvllle, Va.
I TOBACCO.— Crompton & Son's pre-
A millin "Vullev Rose" Chewing Tobacco
Highlander and Brown Hick Smoking I;
--baeco; llaviinini and Domestic Segars. nfj
sale by CHAPMAN * CO.
November 20, 18_T.
CtASTINtiS.— HIKK) pounds Plow Caat
' IngS, iust received and for sale low by
Vshniarv 2K. ISIIS. E. W. KINCIIELC-E.
NEWS FOR THE I'IHI.IC *
I WOULD respect fully inform my
friends and tlfecitisons of Ornnge and tlie
adjoining' counties, that I have Just re
ceived a large slock, of which I will enume
rate, in Art :
DRY OOODS.
Calicoes, bleached and brown Cottons,
Kentucky Jeans Unsays, Cassinicies, Tick
lilt's and Flannels.
HARDWARE.
Axes and Helves, cross-cut nnd Hand
Baws, Mill and Hand-saw Files, Uaminers,
Steel Siiuares, llstehels, l hUsel-, W I-
Burews, lunges. Augur*. Locks,! urry i <>mbs.
Spades, Shovels, Cofl'ee Mills, Rat Tla|>s,sud
Irons, lira wing Knives.
TIN WABS.
Buckets, (lit Cans.Tans, Plates, Collie Pols,
Cups, Wash Hasl-is, Fid hers, Dipper*, stew
Pans.
WOODEN WARE.
Paint.'d-iron and white lirass-honnd Buck
its, l.urd and Butter Cans, Sugar Boxes.
GROCER IKS.
Sugars of all grades, (..flee, Tea, Pepper,
Molasses, Sail, Nails, prime Cheese, Crack
ers, Hope and Twine, Linseed Oil, Spirits
Turpentine, White Lead, Copal Varnish, live
Stud's, Mason's lilacklng, Soup, Candles, fine
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, cigars,
Pipes and Steins, Powder, Shot, Caps, Tubes.
A large stock of Boots and Shoes.
LIQI'OKS.
My sti"k Is larue and select, consisting n
the llnest mountain and Bourbon Whisk..
seven year's "Id. Apple Brandy, el—it years
old. fine Wines, French Brandy, Rum, Qln,
which I gunrrantee to he lhe best brought to
this market sincethc war. .lust eiune and
ser, and 1 can satisi'v the most scrupulous.
1 sell (alleo for 10 cents; Simai, good. Li
cents; Rio Coffee 2S cents, Cheese -Scents;
simes, women's, 51,80, and other things in
proportion, (live me a call and 1 will do my
best to please you. T. J. PEYTON.
All kinds ol country produce taken In ex
change for goods.
January 8, vm.
HATIYE Tlßfl N AN
JOIt Plll.TirtO OFFICE.
ORANGE C. 11.. V.\.
WITH pleasure we inform our friends
that we now have our Jobbing Depart
ment liirnishcil with all the latest styles o
Plain and Fancy Type, Borders, Ao_ and art
fully prepared to execute all sorts of Printed
matter with
'tii-a'iif-s and Dispatch.
Posters, Merchant's Bills,
Business and Wedding Cards,
Sheriffs, Clerks, Lirrycrs and
< 'onstables' Plunks,
Labels, of all kinds,
Sclum! Reports,
Circulars, <fc, _.c,
Printed In a style (plain or In colors, unsur
passed by any Printing v-tublishiueiit in
(lie country.
Terms poaaltl*-*! w—_—F on delivery o
work.
March-a, lstis.
_[£W STORE
AT
OHAXGE COURT HOUBK, VA.
r | I IIE iiurtersijjucrt oilers for sale, at
A his new store, Orange ('. IL. Va., next
d.Mir to Chapman dt Co., a full assortment o
DRY OOODS, GROCER ES,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
HARDWARE, CALICOES,
COTTON CLOTHS, Ac.
The stock, which in unusually large lor a
village store, has been selected with great
car, in the Northern Markets, aud under
circumstances which encble me to offer spe
cial inducements to buyers. The public are
raspcetfully invited to call and examine for
themselves, f bind myself to sell as low as
any country merchant In Virginia.
1 expect a small profit on all my goods.
*i. - The highest cash price will be paid for
all kinds of Country Produce.
Novcmbet 29, 1(1117. O J. BROWNING.
ECKLOFF _ ANDERSON,
(SfCCKSSOIIS TO lIOUSEWOUTII A BHOTniCK,)
Manufacturers and Dealers in
CASTINGS, PLOWS &C,
ORANGE <\, H., VA.
OUR HtocK con-siKtK of the Livmßston and
Virginia Patent, from No. 1 to No.o, bot-fc
Mat and wrought Shave. Plown complete* at
reduced in "ices to suit the times. Orders for
Dou I tic Shovel PlowKand Cultivators prompt
ly filled. Our
BLACKSMITH SHOPS
nre well supplied, and wo charge but 81 for
shoeing norses all around. In the
CARRIAGE SHOP
we continue to _n..ke and -epair all work in
that line, at moderate prices. Several C-ar
rmm\s and Ruggies oil band and for wale
cheap. RCKLOFK A ANOKKSON.
N.l-.—Old Iron taken in exchange for work.
April 5, IH-7.—tf.
WILLIAM He RICKETTS & CO.,
MA-e.rFA<T. T H-*._-M OF
SADDLES, HARNESS,
Collars, &c,
ORANGE COURT HOUSE, VIRGINIA,
WOULD respectfully invite the attention
ofthe citizens of this and the adjoining
Counties to their large stock of the ahove
goods, which they will sell as cheap as they
can he purchased in any of the Cities.
April 5, l*i«7.
New Cioo-fNI A«**»v Q_o_»H
Wb) are now in receipt of a fresh
supply of Pure Old (iovernment Java,
Lit«iuira nnd Uio Coffees, Crushed and Brown
Sugars, Golden Syrups, superior G. P. Tea, K.
D. and Kastern Cheese, ileatty's li. st (tun
Powder, by the pound or Can Ist er, Shot, pure
Kerosene' Oil, Glass Tumblers, Goblets,
White Granite Tea-Beta, French china do.
Plates, White Granite .Mugs and Pitchers,
4c, i.e., all of which we will .--ell as cheap as
possible, for cash—and cash only.
Oct. -Ti, 1807. CHAPMAN, & CO.
wa*vt¥*_>T~
the public to know that
I have just received, and have in Store, a
fresh supply of P. R. and Granulated Sugars,
Pure Non-Explosive Kerosene Gil, Tallow
und Adamantine Candles, Turpentine Soap,
Nails, Lewis' White Lead, Glue, Linseed ml
Putty, Paint Prushes Window Glass. (',, pal
Yurnish, White and lied Chalk, Sand Paper,
and many other additions to my select stock
of Groceries, _c, which I will sell low for
Cash only.
THOH. J. PEYTON.
Nov. 22, 1867.
W ;il. CIIAI'MAN. P. P. BLAVIIUTER
CHAPMAN _ CO.,
~ri.-\.>vi.. ... n., -_v.
rPERMS Cash on delivery of Hoods.
A April 12, IKO7.
I*(WI>ER OF FVBB __G_o_~
ground Bones,jrrouiTrd from
pure hone, without admixture of any
kind. Price SoOper toll. Also,
l.iiu, and Piaster,
AX I) SA W E 1> I. UMB ER.
Eorsaleby SCOTT A lIILWORTH.
(lonlonsville, Va.
N. 11. —All kinds of Lumber sawed for cus
tomers.
May 20, IBflß—tf.
I*. Ef.~Hli>E*V.
Attorney At Lav-/,
ORANGE COURT HOC SE, VA.,
Wl 1.1. practice in the Courts of Gr
unge, .Madison, Louisa and tlreene. —
All Claim-, for Collection promptly attended
to.
office next door to Thomson's store.
April 17, IWlS— «m*
BBIfJAMHf ROSE
OFFERS for sale at his new prick
Slore, Dry Goods, Groceries, Hendy-m-ide
Clothing, lints, Cups, Hoots, .Shoes, Ac. He
lias a IWike.y connected Willi his store, and
Is prepared to furnish Bread and Cakes of
all sorlsanil of tlie last make.
All kinds of Country Produce taken In ex
ebange fur goods,
April 21, itm.
For Rent.
THE Ofltoe over my store, nowocctipietl
by Or. liaKl.y. It Ir one of most comfor
table rooms In ihc village. For terms apply
lo WM. HENRY CHAPMAN.
May 22,1868.
WA NTED.--10.000 ponndi clean cot-
ton Rags; 1000 MliikHktns; l(»,ot(0 Rab
hil Skins; 101-O Muskrat Skins; WHO Fox
skins, for which I will pay thehlKliest price
In rash or«ood_. E. W. KINCHELOE.
Nov. 9, ISOT.
Mowing Scythe, ami Htiath., Urain
scythes, Hakes, Pilch Pork*, No 1 ami 4
Llvtagaton'- Plows, all description of Ltv
instoil ('listings, Pots, Ovens. Griddles nnd
extra lids, all of whirli 1 will sell very low
foreash. E. W. KINCHELOE.
June 12,1868.
GLASS .lARS.—Just received -lint
for sale, 10(1 self-seallne Glass Jars for
fruit, wliieh I warrant a firs! rate article,
.tune IS, |MB. v.. W. KINCHELOE.
Fl \ BToilet Boaps, Castile and»brown
Soap, .superior Shaving Cream, for sale
by CHAPMAN A C<>.
Dee*-mhi«T 6,1*507.
1 ■lItECTIo.N.-i ,'oli ,--,111 l(T .UH'KI KKKKM.
Neck. Shoulder from A to li. Arm from
riiioC—loC. Hi-east, from H to D around the
Cheat. Loiu-lli from H to K. Around the
Wrist and l-Tiuel'les. I'laitson a side. Cutis
English or Plain. Buttons or Kinds. II Col
lars— What stylet
Novemlier IS, ISH7.—ly.
HOUSE-FURNISHING, HARDWARE, 4c.
rortlan & Co.,
216 AND 118 lIA I.TIM.mi,. twm-ai,
BALTIMORE, .Mn.
IVORY HANDLE CUTLERY,
COMMON CUTLERY,
I-'AMILY HARDWARE,
I ENAMELED WARE.
PLATED GOODS. (Warranted the best),
TABLE FORKS,
TEA SERVICES,
MOXUME-iTAL COOK STOTE I
SIPERIOR TO OTHI.R COOK TOVEH SOLII.
Iniprot pmenl on all outers.
CIISTINON HEAVY-OVEVS I..«iIUSE-FL*I.L SAVER.
WE warrant the above Stove to give
the most entire satisfaction. The larg
est Stove sold, the heaviest Stove sold mid
the cheapest stove sold. Kor sale only by
CUNNINGHAM A COCHRAN,
53 and •_ South Calvert Street, und
Cheap Side,.Mb House below Lom
bard Street, Baltimore, Md.
April 17, .1868—ly
11. K. PEYTON. P. B, STAKKE.
Peyton & Starke,
GENERAL INSURANCK
AGENTS & BROKERS
No. fl7. BECOND St.,
BAI-TIMORK, Md.
BEIX(? GSXXBAL INSUKANCE
l-rokcrs, rh well M Agents, we an* ena
bled to effect all kinds tillnsuruuc-e, as above,
In Frst Class Compmi'-s—Local or Fore isn~
at the LOW-BIT CUKKF.NT katkh. Parties in
suring incur no additional cost by placing
their business in our bumls, but are waved
much time and trouble, when the placing o
Insurance le entrusted to ourjudgment. As
to our facilities for making a judiWoir*. choice
of Companies, and our desire to i.iith.u.ly
represent the interests conflclod to us. we re
sjtectfully refer to our Pi'tmns. liusiness
can lie etfected through correspondence with
our office, M well as by personal application.
LIFE JXS URAKCMt
Our Friends out ofthe city, Interested In
Life Insurance, can be examined by a local
pliysiei.in in good standing, by whom appli
cation*, can be forwarded to our (Mice. In
surance pamphlet-, Circulars, Ac., furnished
to all parlies desiring information.
Nov. 15, liS_7.
JMORFIT & ADKISSOX,
DEADKBS IN
SCHOOL BOOKS
AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES
University or ** irglni-- Scries
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE
Text Books,
MA U R V' S GEOGRAPHY,
27(i West Baltimore Street,
BALTIMORE.
April 10,1868—1y.
MERCBI.I!*JT*S HOVEL,
(ON THE El* HOPE AN PLAIT,)
BOOM PER PAY SEVEN"! Y-EIVE CENTS, OB lIE
UHI.AR FABK TWO DOLLARS PER HAT.
Conic of Hanover •*._*_ ,* M* Streets,
Three squares fruiti B. «** O. 11. R. Depot, and
within t'.ve minutes walk of the
principcl stcamhoat
Wlllirls.
BALTIMORE, MD.
HENRY Mlltll'll.l,ll, Proiirietor.
June 12, 18BS.
Allen 11. M a (.' riiil cr ,
(Late of Washington, 1). C.)
Counsellor at Law,
No. 11 NoKrn Chai-les St.,
HA I. Ti MORE, Mn.
WILL PRACTICE in tlie City
Courts, nml In the Court of Appeals at
Annapolis, ami oontlaiM lo Prosecute Claims
against the I'nltcd Htatcf'Governnioiit. Spe
cial attention (Ivan Io the Security uml Col
lection of llelits,
Nov. 15, WOT.
~V,\ A ASUBY,
with
ILLIAM OEVRIES & CO.,
Wholesale Ile.'ilers ill
F O X E I G N A N I) DOMKS T I C
DKY GOODS,
312 Baltimore Street, bet. Howard _ Lihcrty
BALTIMORK, Ml>.
WM. "DEVRIES, Hevriem, of S.
WM. K. lIKVHIE.S, SiII.HMOS KiMMEI.I.,
O. Kl-HKAIM IHCKtII.
April in, whk—ly»
A "WH-Ll Sl7
Tin Ware I**laiuifa. Oners,
And Wholesale Healers In all kinds of
Hollow-ware
AND
HOUS_FUR.US.II_f" GOODS,
TINNER'S TKI.MMINOS AJTDSTOVES,
51, South Charles Street, near Lombard St,
BALTIMORE.
April 10, lsiiS-Kin.*
H. M'tOY. WM. I. KASnf
llrlld & BiSl.\,
('EN*.,. COMMISSION* .HER (II ..STS,
No. 73 South Street, opposite Corn Exchni_ne
BALTIMORE, Ml).
Aprjl 11, *»•>.—On.
LOUDOUN SCHOOL,
MILiDLKIICItiI, LOUDOUN CUINTY, VA.
'THE I'ourtli wsetort of uijr-Sclio.il. to
A which arcgiihir hoarding-department has
been added, will open on 111.- lentil of Sep
tember next. Toe design Is to give a thor
ough preparation forth. University, or tbe
business of life.
A long sojourn in Paris enables the princi
pal lo promise unusual advantages to pupils
desirous ot acquiring a thorough knowledge
and correct pronunciation oi tat French lan
guage,
Mr. John Lee Logan will have charge of the
Mathematical branches.
The*, lllageof Mlddleburg Is situated with
in sight of the Bine Ridge .Mountains, in
what is called lhe I'lediicnt Hegion of Vir
ginia. The liealthfulncss of the climate, and
Ihe refinement of the society of this portion
of the State, are well known.
miii
I'*or tuition and boarding, (Including fuel,
lights aud washing,) during session 01 nine
nnd a halt months, C3UU.
No extra charge whatever. Circulars fur
nished on application.
Respectfully, V. DAIINEY.
June 111, lsOH.—l,lll.
MANHATTAN
LIFE INSrRAIUE (.OJI. A>'V.
r pill. Seventeenth Annual Report Os
A tlm .Manhattan Life Insurance Company,
being for the year lsi,7, exhibits the Same
careful inanagem cut anil sternly progress
that have dlatlnguiabed this old andpopu
lor Institution from the commencement
of its operat ions.
The result of the year's work arc lv round
numbers as follows;
Total receipts: $2,000,000
Disbursi in. Nts, (expenses, losses, re
insurance, _.-c.,) BSO.OOO
Surplus 4, KKI.OOO
Surplus, over all liabilities for each
$100, 1.--0.021
Ratio «,f expenses to receipts on each
JIIIO received. 13 67
To those who infl-lligently canvass tlie
merits of companies before Insuring, the
above figures may be submitted without
comment.
Ofthe prompt und liberal conduct of the
Manhattan lv the adjustment and payment
of losses this community requires no new
guarantees.
Policies made ineontestible and non-for
feiting.
Notes taken foronehalf thellfe-premlums.
t. All endowment and non-lorfeiting 1110-pol-
Tcies, iioii-forf.'ltable after one pavincnt.
.1. ADAIR I'I.IOASAN'Ts, General Agent.
W. (I. WILLIAMS, Agent, Ornnge C. 11.
Dr. K. XV. Row, Medical Examiner.
March 'fl, 1867.- Urn.
VIRGINIA CENTRAL RAIXSOAB, *
ON and alter Sunday. June M, the
Mall Train will lie run between Rich
mond ami the western terminus oft iv- road,
(which In a tew weeks will lie at Covington,)
dally, except on Sunday, and on Sunday be
tween Richmond and Oordonsville,
Leave Richmond 7 15 A M
Leave western terminus 4 2:1 A M
Arrive In Richmond X _ c M
Arrive at western terminus 6 62 v in
The Freight Train leaves Richmond
dally, except on Saturdays, at 6 00 v v
Arrive in Richmond,excepton Mon
|days 8 ii a m
A passenger car will be attached to to thiH
train east of OordoMville.
The arrangements with stages are such as
to avoid night travel after 0 i> m, lv till cases.
Through tickets sold to all the above points.
Also to, to all prominent points in the South
west, to Washington and Northern cttles
nml to prominent points in the Valley o
Virginia, and on the 1 iiange and .■llexnndrla
railroad. 11. D. WHITCOMB,
September 1:1, IKC7. Oen. Superintendent
O. 4. WO M. _ttAll__OA_-T~
r pilK. PMtenger Trains on the Orange,
A Alexandria and Manassas Railroad, from
Wednesday, March llth, are ruunliigTonce
daily between Washington and Lynchburg!
making close connections at Lynchburg, for
South and Southwest and at "Washington,
I'm- Baltimore and the West.
Leave Washington dally at SS6a.m., Alex
andria at 7 (Ml a. m., and Orange at 11 00 a. m.
—arriving at Lynchburg at 4 m p. m.
Leave Lynchburg northward, at H (XIII in,.
and Orange 1 44 p. m., arriving at Alexan
dria r» lip. 111. and at Washington ABO Jp. in,
connecting to New York and tit, 1 West.
Kor points on Manassas line, leave Alex
andria daily (Sunday excepted) at 7 Ol) a. m.,
arrive at Mt. Jackson at p. m. l-'.ast.
ward, leave Mt. Jackson at 10.18 a. m. und ar
at Alexandria 5.15 p. 111.
FREIGHT TRAINS.
Pass Orange daily northward at (i 00 a.m.,
and southward (Sunday excepted,) at 7 .„ p.
ill. J. M. ImoAIHS.
August 0, 11-KX. General Ticket Agent
RI(TIMOM) AM) T'ETERSBIRi; R.
R. (OMPA_Y.
IllciiMosn, Va. March 21, 1 ■'■'■".
ON and alter the 2llil Instant the
trains on this road will ieavcas lollows:
p"xpress Train daily sa. m.
Mail dally at _— p. m., except on Sundays.
Tbe 2:4". p. ra. train connects at l'ctersburg
with trains for Norfolk.
Trains leave Petersburg for Richmond and
all points North anil West.
Express Train daily at 8::K) a. m., except
on Bundays,
Through Mall daily 7:2. p. m.
Fare lo Norfolk, $1. llaggnge checked
through.
A train will leave the Richmond depot on
Wednesday and Friday mornings, at I o'
clock, for Clover Hill.
For further Information, Inquire at the
Ticket office,corner of IJyrd und Eighth sts. '
K. H. (JILL, '
Kay g, 1868* Engineer and Superlntcnd't. ]
CARPESTERING "& UNOERTAKIXd. •
r ¥ I IIK RUbacrlbor inhu-tiis his friends ,
A that he still carries on the
CARl'l_N'i Klt'S BUSINESS, ,
which shall have his personal attention.—
lb-is now provided with a hearse, and will
attend to
UNDKI.TAKINO
bh formerly. Also, to repairing 'furniture.
l'l'.v.l* MAICINO
and repairing done as usual. New pumps
made to order and sent anywhere by Rail
Road. ,
Orders In any oftheahovebranchesatte
ed to in my usual st vie.
FLEMING LIPSCOMI
August 28—'OK tf.
~T. J. PPEYTON,"
lIEAI.K.It IN I
Groceries, Liquors,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
-olton (flotbs, *?r.,
ORANGE COURT HOUSE, VA.
April 5, 1«I7.
.1A ______ L. POWELII
Attorney At Law,
TJTAS loeiited ]ici-maiieutly at Orange !
Court House. In addition to this, lie ,
will attend all tbecouitsof Spotsylvania and
Louisa Counties, He will, also, attend
promptly to the procuring of discharges for
insolvents, nnd the proving of creditor's
claims In the Bankruptcy Courts of this dls
trict. . 1
October 4, 1867.—tf. I
~j. wali7tDr**[!-r7~ !
OF ORANOfi COUNTY, VA.,
WIIOI.KS VI.X ANII UKTAII. OKALKK IX
BOOKS, NEWSPAPER J
PERIODIALS, STATIONERY
FHOTOGSAFHS, ALBUMS, ALMAKAC _c
1114 MAIN STKEKT,
RICHMOND VIIiGINIA,
CAN supply any Book wanted. Pays i
particular attention to orders from the 1
eounlry.
October 18, ISB7.
NEW GOODS
KOtt
Sl'lt I NY, A _f D SIT >1 MSB.
[" IIAVK just received my stock of
A new Spring and Summer Ooods, and re
spectfully invite my customers and friends 1
generally to call nnd examine Cor themselves
before purchasing, dive me s. fair triad and ,
I have no donhl of being able to please you
Sales at the tiniest prices lor cash.
I have also just received v lot of Extra
Ehn-r. SNOYVUEN VATEK '
April 17,1868. 1
W. W. BURGES»7
Attorney At Law,
(IRANOK COCUT HOUSE, VA.
Wll.b praetieeiu the circuit and County
Courts of uniuge and tho_adjoiuing
Counties,
may 17.18(17.—1y.
Tin- < itiivc.itio- vt'll9 Mt*. t !
AND I have just received a fresh sup
■lA piy 01 1-. li. and Glranulated sugars, pure
non-explosive Keroeene Oil, Tallow and Ad
an-ltlitine ('.indies, Soap, Nnils, Lewis' White
Lead, (jllue, Linseed oil. Putty, l'alnt Ilrnsh
cs, and many other additions to my select
stock, all of which will be sold at living pric
es lor cash- Call and examine JOryourselves,
November L, 1887. T. J. I'H'liiN,
Fine Mountain **>*. |ii*k-, !
Til X BEBT Article in this Market, of
Pure Rye Whiskey, just received from
Augusta County, by 1
THOS. J. PEYTON. I
Nov. 22. mt. I
/HIKN \VANT£I)._-l""wiri~iiiiy the ,
market price ror five hundred 1
barrels of Corn, delivered. ,
lfeccmb.-r 11, Wi, A. THOM-.ON.
ft 11. M'Mt-RIIAN. J. P. O. 1-ICTEIt.
C. H. McMURRAN _ CO.,
•-K.U.KIIS IN
DBVOOODS, liItIK'HRIES
A It DWARK, BOOTS. SHOES.
HATS, CAPS, &c, &c,
CULPEPER COURT BOTOX VA.,
WOULD respeetfuly invite the at
tention ot the citizens of Orange and the
surrounding eounlry to their large and com
plete assortment ot
SPUING ANH SUMMER GOOD*,
Whloh they pledge themselves to sell as low
iis tin -j- run be bought iv Virginia.
April 5, 1897.—1y.
FALL TRADE. 1867.
() 11. M< Ml' 1 {I.A N A (0., respect
v • fully call the attention of llielr friend*
and lhe public generally, to their completS
slock of
DHT GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE,
WOODWARE, BOOTS, SHOES'
HATS, APS, tic;
which they are now opening, and will offe'
at great bargains.
Their stock has been selected with refei ■•'
ence to durability and good taste, and pur-'
chasers may rely upon getting Hit. best arti
cles at lhe loutst roles.
Culpeper c. 11., September 20,1867.
mssof.rno**..
THK Arm ot McMURRAN & WAl*
-*- dell la dissolved this nay by mutual con
sent. Dr. K. M. Mi Mt'KKAN having pui
chllsed the Interest of ,1. K. WADIIKI.!. ill lb*
establishment, will in future conduct the
business on his own account. All claims
against tbe late firm of iMcMurraii it Wad
dell will be presented to Dr. K. M. McMi r
i-an for settlement. K. M. Mi-MUHRAI".
September 7, 18OT J. E. WADDKLL.
A CARD.-The tinileislgnetl takes
■IA ii, is opportunity of returning his thanks
to his friends for Iheir liberal patronar• te
him in lhe past, and hopaa by astrirl.ind
falthtui aitenlion to business to merit a con
tinuance ol llie same.
_ , B. M. MrMITRRAN.
Culpeper c. 11., September:--, 1867.
KgW GOODS! ('HEAP -001)9
Great Bargains!
AT
I C. H McMirURAN & COS.
WE have Just returned from Bsdtlieer
wilh a very seasonable slock of
NEW OOODS,
purchased at the lowest rates, which weeie
now opening and aglet them at-mull .mats
or cosh. Our stock embraces tlio usual -srl
ety kept In the country.
We propose hereafter to confine oursclTes
more closely to the cash system, and lopsi
wins who buy for cash we will make il lo
their Interest to give us a call.
All kinds of Country produce taken la ex -
change for goods.
Culpeper C. 11., may 17,1.567.
DR. .E M. M( Mil KHAN,
(J_ATE I'lll.M Ol,' MCMUKKAN * WAliOlL*.,)
DKUGGIST.
main- mnn,
CULPEPER COURT HOUSE, VA..
I/'EEPS constantly on hand a good ••
--- sortrnent of pure lirugs, Medlcla-is,
Paints. Oils, Dye Stuff's, Pertuuiery; Fancr
Artlcli s, Fine Soaps, Fine Hull' Tooth a.i.l
Null Brushes, pure Wines, Whiskies an.l
brandies, (lor Medicinal purposes,) Coal ( II
Lamps,and Patent Medicines, iv tin-tall ai U •
cles usually sold by first class DrugglsU.
He would respectfully call tlie attention o i
his friends and the public generally, to bis
new stock of goods, wliieh having been
bought low for cash will be sold ut the lowest
prices. Call and exuiulue befors purchasing
elsewhere,
October 4, 1867.
'*. B. SIEOUBY.
GUN AND LOCK SMITH,
AMI IIKAI.KIt IN
OURS- RIFLES, PISTOLS, AC.
CULPEPER COURT HOUSE, VA..
("\I''KEHS for sale line lircecli-loailiuf
" Double Dan-el Bird and Duck ('ous;
Double and Single Barrel niiuzlc-loaUisg
Guns, at all prices; Colt's Smith 4 Wesson's,
Un, oil's Uarrmger's Willlanison's, (some
lliing new,) Sharp's nnd other make of Pis
tols; Rifles of all kinds; line Powder Flasks,
Shot Belts, Game Bags, Kiev's Waterproof
(1 Duel Musket Caps; F.ley'sand llaldwlij-s
Wads; all kinds of Cartridges; Powder of
very best brands; Shot Halls; also, mul-rlal
for (iiiinictlieis. In fact, his facilities sre
such thai lie can furnish article in tils tins si
shorl notice. Purchasers mnv rely on gst
tlng a good article. A call is resueelfully sa
iled.d. " '
June 12, IMt,
->X_TAl_ 50-ICX.
.1 011 i iUMIOI.I'H,
DENTIST,
J> [-'TURNS his. thanks to his friend*
-_-•'' of Orange and Culpeper, for their past
liberal patronage, and aksacon- j... ______
Illiuunccof the same. All I IT_I_"I_TJ
doiiehj him, both in i UlTWyrt
the and mechanical blanches, J- -LIT
warranted for comfort .md durability. Ar
tiilcir.l Teeth (partial and complete ssla,) In
serted on
GOLD. SILVER AND VULCANIZED ItUH
HER,
at reuscm.hie prices.
Olllce at Culpeper Court House. 11l will
visit regularly the Courts of Orange.
March ii, l.stjS.—tf.
HOUSE, BI_A AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
THE suliKcrilier, residingat Culpeper
A C. H., will be pleased to serve tlie people
of range, In the several branches of his
liusiness, and feels coiilldent of his ability tc
plea**, having served under first class work
men lroni the tiiao he lirsl commenced tbe
business.
PLAIN ANII ORNAMENTAL PAPER
HANGING,
done in the latest and most Improve vies
Orders addi esseil as below will be p met
ly.- »deu_; Respectfully.
„ . ,„, , -. C BURROW!-!,
aprll 5 1667—1y Culpeper C. H., Va.
-B->B_2 6. im,
TAILOR,
CULPEPER C. H. VA.,
T> SPECTFIJLLY announces to the elll
-0.1 mens of Orange aud the ajaccut Coualles
th-*t he has permanently located nt Culpeper
r." u .e House for tbe purpose of carrying on
the tailoring Business, and solicits a slims
ol the public patronage.
A good 111 guaranteed or no pay.
may 17, 1,-67 .—ly.
liOOTS AM> BQOES.—AUtnpattp.
■** ray ol city made Boots and Shoes, war
ranted to be superior to any ever offered In
this market; also, a large supply of the best
make Ladies and Children's Shoes, Just re.
ccived and l'orsule by
C. H. McMURRAN * CO.
Culpeper, September -0, isirr.
VA MIL T QKO< Klll ES.-A iara.
-» and well selected stock Just rc.elved.a_
lor sale at the lowest market rates by
„ , _, I". H. McMURRAN A CO.
Culpeper, September 20,1867.
TAlilES' D_tISS GOODS, *£_-
~ , -.*".K < ' assortment of IjvUtes Dress
Goods, trimmings, buttons, *c. Just receive I
and lor salo by C. 11. Mc-M UKUAN _ CO.
Culpeper, September 20.1KC7.
( JL OT IIS, t' A SSIM I. RKS, An A
large lot Just received aud for sale by __
C. H. McMURRAN A CO.
< nlpeper September 20,18(17
Hi 1.3.1 It If lIOTEI., }
I-Mimomi,\'a., March 10, 1808. \
r |'!IIS ele-gan. establishment is open.
A to the accommodation of of the luiblfc
The building is one of tho
FiucMt lv (he Cllj,
and for style, convenience and hcuutv of ar
rangement, in acknowledged to be suparlor..
Ils Furniture
Is new and complete, and for cleanliness It
is proverbial. '
The subscriber, after more than twentr
yeai-sexperience In the business, thinks he
risks nothing in saying thai this ilotcl shall,
in every respect, be
Equal (o any In the South,
ii:,^;;ri_ic«en!;rariv ,nße of h,H frl,,nds nn,,
Mr_-*_jgllV A " AIH> ' -ft^****"-
J(l'A\ ij. C.BTD-,
Merchant Tailor,
ORANGE COUBT HOUSK, VA..
PEBPKCTfiri.LT a.inoutieeg to lilk
" customers friends and the public gener
ally, that he Ims just received his stock of
spring and Slimmer
-lot-iK, r_w*fi>i m, v <• siiu-c .;_,c
and is prepared to do any work In his line at
the shortest nollce and on the most reasona
ble (erms.
Thankful for prist patronage, lie solicits a
continuance ofthesuine, pledging himself
for tbe future, ns In the past, lo use his best
rndeavi re I" jive entire .... t i- '.in -lieu.
_ >"l, IWL

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