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if Bixitia oßArninr. Och, he Is a baaste who opposes the right Of a fuymale to vote whenlver she plazcs For nieself I look forth to Uie day with de light, \Vhen tne polls will appear like a mead ow of dulses. I said to me Kathleen, when from the con. ventlon She came with a beautiful smile on her fttco. Yell soon bo a lady and every attention Be shown yees by those who have power and place. Mrs. Gunnybags thin on yi-rself be dotln And axln yees up to her house never fear; And thin in her jcarrlagc, when faymales ore votin, Yell sit by her side, och! Kathleen, me dear. It is said that this life, after all, is a bub> ble, But not so to me, a thruc son of the sod; For tlie years have bceh joyous, and free from all throuble, ; While mixing the mortar and carrying the hod. And I am not Jealous, oh no, not at all, But welcome from Erin each strong minded daughter, To climb up the ladder and walk on the wall, And share all the joys of the brlek and the mortar. A romance ot the middle ages— An old maid's love-letter. The life-pres irvers oftencst used In the battle-field—legs. Why is an infant like a diamond ! Because it is a '-dear little thing.'' Ought authoresses to dress in book muslin? —— "Otter ot Cabbage" is the newest perfume atniouticed. It was invented by a tailor. Why are a great many bills in Congress like lobsters ? BeeatiHe when toad they lie on the table. A negro, gazing at the Chinese, said ''If de white folks is dark as dat out dere, I wonder what's tie color ob de niggers?" "Mike, an' is it yourself that will be after tellin me how they make Ice * creams? "In truth I can; don't they bake them in cowld ovens, to be sure?" A note v, as found in the pocket lof a recent suicide In England, saying: "Dear triends, don't believe my wife if she says she lias not money to pay for my comn." A home missionary was asked the cause of his poverty. '-Principal ly," said he, with a twinkle of the eye, ••because I have preached so much u-tfA ■out notes. " "My son," said an anxious father, "why do you use that nasty tobacco?" The" boy, declining to consider the (|iiestioii in the spirit in which it was asked, replied : "To get the juice." > A party of young fellows found fault with the butter on the boarding- Jioiise. table. 'What Is the matter with it?' inquired the mistress. 'Just you ask It,' said one, 'it is old enough to speak for itself.' Little Johnny was beinsr cate chised by his brother, who asked him what he was made ot. Johnny replied, "You, and me, and papa, are mad.' of dust, and ma and sister are made of men's wibe." A badly bunged up Emerald Is lander, in responoe to the inquiry "Where have you been?" said, "Down to Mrs. Mulrooney's wake, and an il legant time we had at it. Fourteen tights in tlifteeu minutes; only ono nose was left in the house and that belongs t'j the tay kettle." A young minister was di-cours- Ing in the scripture and said : Yes, my friends, tlie mind of man is so expan sive that id can soar from star to star, and from sachelite.to sachlite,and from seraphem; to serapheue, and from cher rybeam to cherry brain, and Iron", thence to the centre of the dome of heaven." The lawyer who riled a bill, shaved a note, cut an acquaintance, split a hair, made an entry, got up a case, framed an indictment, impanel led a jury, put them into a box, nulled a witness, hammered a judge, has bor ed a whole court, all iv one day. has since laid down law and turned carpen ter. "You mean to shay, sir, thasli you don't drink—drink (hie)—don't drink a shoshle glass?" "Yes Bill, I've given it up; I liud I can do more work without it. - ' "Finyoueaiidomore worl: withoit? Why John, thash most cx-\ trornery reason ever 1 heatd, John, hhtop slioshle (hio) glass t'doiuowork!" One day last week, says the De uiopolist Republican, an individual of ftie African persuasion entered the of fice of the probate judge in that eit v. !ie following diologue ensued : ,le place whar (ley gits lieen-. | it married ?" "Yes." "Well, irried two years ago wIJ a li nd now my wile's dun run a -1 left me, and I want to get my itched off!" oggs likes a warm bed. One ; an agent for a patent lire-ex- I el* tried to sell him a recipe. | ere," said Boggs. "Ifyou've fling that'll save me from get of bed in the cold every morn ilild a tire lor my wife to get t by, I'll buy it; but don't come ::re trying to sell staff to put —it's too much troudlu to start man coming home late, a lit- I than "half seas over," feeling rocured a glass ol water and la doing so, he swallowed a II of silk which lay ir. the Unt ie tumbler, the end catching ith. Feeling something he be ing at the end, and the little oiling, he soon hand several his hand-, and no end appear ife, wife," he said, "wile, come n unraveling .*'' lady in Wisconsin has order inhstone. A blank space was Inch the date of her death is to ed, at some future time. Tie- j le gives for tins strange freak c MM a profligate son, who is ing Uer money at such a Rue, | is afraid there will not be fr it alter her death, to pay for a tombstone to marx her grave. BUBAL PIEDMOXT LA-ID AGfcWCl'. OFI 1< Es. ' s 'ni.ar.l«.ille, Va., I l.uiiliiii.Klli . Va. •TIIIS Agency is actively engaged In -■- buying and selling land. Several hun dred valuable properties lit Oranue and a.l oining count ies. atu-KKgtioaa.—Ja&ge William j. Robin «on. Charlottesville; Judge William Green Richmond j T. .). Mlchio, Esq., Staunton-' Wliliitui L. Early, Esq., Madison C. 11. Va ' david d. m. Dida_a Jannaryß,lßol).—ly. WOTICE. ~~ A LI. perso.i* indebted to the estate -ex. of it. m. Chapman, deceased, art earn-I e.-tlv requested to come forward with as lit tle delay as possible and set He their Indebt edness, In accordance v.-iiu the late order of General Stiiiienian. anil thereby save costs __.*», |W. H.CHAPMAN, Executor. • „ ,„ °fR. M. Chapman, deceased Janunry 8, Dm. (TJ.I.ASS ilAliS—JTitst received and V» for sale. Km self-sealhiK Glass Jars ull, w.iie.i i warrani a drsi i ate article.* Jim.- I-J. p..s. E. W KINCHELOE. A FRESH lot of Confectionarioe.m« ■**■ received by BNOWDENY ATE**. selected with great care, having "tin eye sin gle" to the welfare of his friends and i>at rons, and which he will take great pleasure In exhibiting and selling, at moderate prices, to all who in iv give him a call. A mong the large stock on hand may be found the fol lowing : DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, READY-MADE GROCERIES, _■ CLOTHING HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, STATIONERY, NAILS, LEATHER, FISH, Ac. In fact every article usually kept In a re tail store. Call and examine our stock which Is very complete. *S-The full market price always given for Produce of all kinds. R. G.IECKLOFF. May 28, 1869. * -._us ___.W_JS OS* THE BIBLE, ! * ■** *** Inteaaely iutrr#-ll*c serlaa. A two, IHtiml'iateri and Traaepa real \ jyw, in great van-iy. We are aleo eirlaaive Agents in Amer .*■ i tot -rKKaiKK'U HLAS« VIEWS," «V whirl, we hkee a tplendid I »••«» neat. Agent* for rrilh'e aeries af i] 4a • 1-S In. Phclngriphlo . Vt#<a« ■■ Urn mer I and, ihe Rhine, Kn|lanU, •catlaud, Walre, *c. ■THlr-iHit.OPES. -We maa a facial* Terr larfrly, aid ha*t a large elark al ins aei( slslei al the lomsst ratee. PHOTOOHiPHIC AtBIIMS-Onr Manafarlnre of Alham. <■ well I knew a tbraughout the louutry ac aaperier la auality aad beauljr la all I i others. " ■ * AM w, *eil are made in ear tm Wet ae*. and ear itylea are differ eat I ir-m tniM or ear other maker. Buyers should not fail to Me ear I beierc making their pun hae-e CHROMO 9. heatitlftil n*etnrtm, that e.nnot k, tutinrvhktl frsm IU r*)*tinn. It one ie„tr. their cost, we inipnrt lar ( Hv from 100, Berlin, Vienna aad Soma, and supply tin trade at (be E. &H. T. ANTHONY & CO., 501 Bboadwat, N. V., m and Maouf r» of Photographic Materials, mber 2.5,18(18— ly. fgg tA KPEXTkIUNIJ HOUSE BIHI.IM >(. ■AND UNDERTAKING, undersigned desires to annoiiiiee he public of Orange and the adjoining I •a that he hns resumed his former call- I ing, for which he was trained by years ol I study and practical experience, and Is now I prepared to do till kinds of CAKPEXTKHH WORK, HOUSE BUILD I IXG AXD MILL GEARIXG. I will contract for Public, and Private Dwell- I ("'/ i, furitisli Designs and MMeU.and perform I all theilulies required of an experienced and skilled architect. Persons di si ring to construct, repair or im- I r rove Mll.LSofnny description, will do well to call on me, as I am particularly acquaint- j ed with that branch of my business. I will I also do the work of an UXUEKTAKKR and snpply COFFINS of of such patterns and prices ns may be desired by either the wealthy or the poor. All work shall be done promptly, ncrttti/ faithfully and In a workman-like manner, as l shall employ none but the best bands. In a community where I have been so long mid I trust so well known, it is not necessa ry that I should give a special reference or recommendations. I refer to the work her.- lotorc done by me, and all I ask Is a tat. share of the patrouge of my friends and neighbors. T. J. PEYTON. August 7.1868 ' I I.sville, Is receiving and keeps J-ly on hand a large |~t imeiiis, Tombs. Head t stones, Ac. Persons nl anything of this kind ccoramodated on shorl id upon liberal terms r, proximity of Char le Pi ( Irange rind aihii ntles, aflbrdi an oppar ■> the citUons of these toolitaln work as quick I cheaply as from any lallenca a sotnparlson i quality and laste oi ? price of material, Iter to Messrs. Itagby 1 Htofer, of the Native Virginian, through whom orders may be transmitted. All we ask Is a fair trial. Jans in, isiis—tf. TRACK CHAINS. Wl*. have just received and are offer ! . ! 1K &**£* ""' '■"'gest and most com plete sh-ckcf Horse Collars and Trace I 'bains ever offered In this market, at prices that are bound to please. Call and examine for vniintelf. W H KICK I TT«* tvf ' January 22, im. * "*""*-** i -*"** D <"- ***•■ ORANGE C. H., VA. such us KUS3ELLS HE.VrEK.IMI MOWER, FAVORITE OF THE WEST RUSSELL'S SEPARATOR, BY WHICH WE CHALLENGE THE WORLD, GUM SPRING. DRILLS, STR.IW AND FODDER CUTTERS, CORN SHELLERS, DOUBLE a4ND SINGLE SPOUTED, and nllother STANDRD snELLERS. CIDER MILLS, WINE PRESSES. CELEBRATED WATTS, MINOR AND WHARTON AND LIVINGSTON PLOWS, all slues, CELEBRATED SELF-DISCHARGING MARYLAND WHEEL HORSE-RAKE HAND GRIST-MILLS, McCONAUGHEY'S PATENT CORN DROPPER, WASHING MACHINES and WRINGERS OLD DOMINION COOKING-STOVES, VIRGINIA MANUFACTURE, DINING-ROOM OU PARLOR WOOD OR COAL. We have also established a Blacksmith Shop uud are prepared to do all work in that I line,such as Machinery and Steam Engines. Goods and woik all warranted. All orders will receive drompt attention. November *_>, Hsii7. IU THE AFFIaICTED. BEIWSOtf'S .SALALEitI BROTH, A SPECIFIC for Tetter, Kingworm, , . Drh, Barber's Itch, Salt Rheum, Poison I Onk, Blotches, Pimples, and all other erup tions of the skin, is cordially recommended Ito summers from these uunoylng diseases as a speedy and reliable cure. , It has been used successfully in hundreds of cases, many of them malignant and long standing, completely eradicating the dis ease, leaving the skin soft and pleasant. 1 f you would be relieved the remedy is in- I your own hands. Chai-xottesvillb, August 17, 1808. Dr. ah Km— I have had a very bad eruption I on my face, and have tried three or fourdlf ; rent kinds of ointment prescribed by phy sicii.ns. I received no relief until I used your Salalcm Broth; a few applications per- I beared a perfect cure. I cheerfully recom- I mend it for uny eruption of the skin. Respectfully Hanovkk C. H., July 22,1888. This is to certify thnt mv little girl had an eruption of the skin, which hns Tattled the skill ot physicians; was induced to use lieu son's Salalcm Broth, and in three days she was entirely well. MARY A. HCUIIES. IWILLIAMMUURG, Ap.il 21 lSflO ke pleasure in, bearing testimony tin he hat Benson's Balalem Brolh will cur in Oak, Tetter ana Ringworm, and is liable remedy to have in ones iiunllv — c used It with pcrlect satisfaction ' Respectfully. E. H. LIVELY. -^—- Richmond, October 17,1867. T. E. Benson .* \R Sir—l have suffered with Ringworm one time, nnd have tried evervi bin - i tlilnk of, but without any effect ■ ..",s ;ed to try your Snlalem Broth ami i Hie satisfaction of knowing tliut 1 am ely well. Very respectfully, M. SCHRIVER. estebn Union Tki.kghapii Office ) Richmond, July2o, 1365. '/ Benson, Esq.: inSiH—l think It due to you that I I lieur inytestlmy to the virtue of your -in Broth. ' (1 a very bad case of Poison Oak on mv >, and wns recommended to try your ;lne; one bottle bus affected an entire I give you, with my thanks, thiscer- A-of its elB.-iiey. B. M. J. PAYNTER. e»1 per liottle. For sale by all Drug- PURCELL, LADD & CO., Agents -'. WO* Richmond, Va. K. B. s i'i:•. * E & SON, jrchant Tailors, ANDS DKALEB IN TLEMEJi'S 11 IIISIII \<; GOODS, No. 1300 Main Street, RICHMOND, VA. TXV ITJfi the attention of their friends * nnd the public generally to tlnlr laiceand handsome stock of Hoods lor Merchant Tall oring purposes, consisting of French Enn- Hsh and Domestic Clotlis, Cnssimeres and Vesting-, We desire to call particular at tentlon to our stock of Gentlemen's Furnlsh ing Goods, as we have nil the latest novelties in this De part men t, A call is reapeotfulty solicities at the old stand, corner of Main and 11th Streets. K. B. BPENCE A SON 1300 Main Street, Itlchmond, Vo. "chkap arm bob rat people^ Double Ilarrcl Shot Guns, TRON barrel, plain linish, (10 00 I Fine Twist '• " '• Steel Twist " Fine " 20 00 1 Americau Homogeneous steel 80 011 American Breach Loaders, steel, (WOO I Revolvers for cartridge or powder and ball, ft 09 Sporting miles, all slr.es, «l_ to 80 00 Boys shot linns, 350 t( , x „„ All kinds of Guns and Pistols miule to or der. Large assorlment on hand. Orders by nmll proiuplly tilled. Send for Catalogue INTCI) —Army Rules, i'urbiiica and . -is, bought and traded for. ''T„r . „J- n - JOHNSTON, cut Western Oun Works, . OTShnlthfleld street, Pittsburg, Pa. i* ■». w'fy,—Hni. EXCHANGE IIOTeTT - " ANGE COCItT HOUSE VA. a iiiKlersio-iied respeetf illy an ....unces to Ins friends and the nubile Hint ho has Just opened the above Hotel ire-' ceiitly thoroughly repaired rind refit'lc.l 1 stocked It with new furniture, nnd Is pre pared 10 fnrntsfi ns comfortable acconnni • dat lons as ran be bad in the country, stammer boarders will And this one of the most desirable locations as lo health, society and beauty of scenery, in Virginia. HNOWDEN YATES, Proprietor. May 20,1868. WOO])HOL!3E k PAHHAM, Booksellers, Station vs. AND DEALERS I.N* Piano Fortes, WCIIMOND. VA. THEY manufacture Blank Booksfor 'P 1 '* of Courts and Merchants' use.— mulish Sands' new Form li.Hik—keep the best Piano Fortesforsule-haveahirgestock of LAW BoOKH,new and second hand, at low prices, and attend to orders promptly. April -.1, ISllß—ly. WASTED. WOOL, WOOL—I will pay the high '» est price In cash, for any quantity of fine or coarse wool, washed or unwashed. 1 -May 14 W. _*.. \y. KINCHELOE. Calisaya or King's Bark was unknown until Ihe middle of the 17th century. Humboldt makes favorable mention of its febrifuge qualities as an antidote to Fever and Ague, Intermittent and Malarious Fevers, in his extensive South American travels. In 1640 it was used by the Jesuits, who alone at that time possessed the secret of its wonderful tonic properties, and it was sold by them for its own weight in silver. In 1658, eighteen years after, Sir John Talbot employed it with great success in France in the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Nervous Affections, Loss of Appetite, Weakness and Debility, Palpitation 'of the Heart, Diarrhoea, etc. In 1679 he sold the secret of its origin to Louis XIV, by whom it was divulged. It is now the all important ingredient in Drake's PLANTATION BITTERS, and preserved as it is in pure St. Croix Rum, makes atonic of rare merit, and one that should be upon the side-board of every family." Messrs. P. H. Drake & Co., the sole proprietors of the celebrated PLANTATION BITTERS, are the largest importers of Calisaya Bark in America. The Bark is gathered and cured under the immediate supervision of an agent sent out to Brazil, expressly for that purpose, and aside from a few thousand pounds which are sold to the manufacturers of Quinine, is all used in • the preparing of these Bitters, to which they are indebted for their wonderful success as a tonic. I The above cut represents the natives in their own native forest gathering the Bark. December 11 1808.—ly II FOR THE PUBIaIC. LI) respectfully inform my md theeltisens of Orange nnd the Counties, that I have Just re rge stock, of which 1 will ennme r 'dry ooods. , bleached and brown Cottons, Jeans I.inseys, Cassliueres, Tlck lan nels. IIAKDVVaVRE. ! d Helves. Cross-cut and Hand and Hand-saw Files, Hammers, ires. Hatchets, Chlssels, Wood nges, Augurs, Locks CurryCombs, ovels Coffee Mills, Rat Traps.Sad iving Knives. Oil Cans.Pans, Plates Coffee Pots, h ISasi-is, Pitchers, Dippers, Stew IVOODEN WARE, iron nnd white brass-bound Buck nd Butter Cans, Sugar Boxes. f all grades, Coffee Tea, Pepper, Salt, Nails, prime Cheese, Crack and Twine, Linseed Oil, Spirits .-, White bead, Copnl Varnish, I rye oil's Blacking, Soup, Caudles. One md Smoking Tobacco, cigars -terns. Powder, Shot, Caps, Tubes, ■ock of Boots and Shoes, is large and select, consisting o I iiountain and Bourbon Whisky sold, Apple llrnndv, eight year's Ines, French Brandy, Rum, Oln which I guarrnntee to be the best brought to this market since the wur. Just come nnd see, and I can satisfy the most scrupulous. I sell Calico for 10 cents; Sugar, good, 13 cents; Itlo Col Tee 25 cents, Cheese 25 cents; Snoes, women's, *1,00, and other things In proportion. Give me a call and I will do my best to please you. T, J. PEYTON. All kinds ol country produce taken In ex change for goods. _January.% 1868. PATENT ADJUSTABLE LOCK* Wheel II or a e-R ake. Patented May 22, 18tKJ, and February 2nd, ■TIIOHE who want a good and perfect -*- Rake, should not fail to look at this be t.ire purchasing any otner. Manufactured and for sale by A. T. Skinner <_ Co., Alexan dria, Va. WM, C. SCOTT, Agent, _May 11,1869. Madison Run. Va. WILLIAM H, RICKETTSA; COT7~ manufactui.i-i-s of SADDLES, HARNESS, Collars, &c., ORANGE COURT HOUSE, VIRGINIA, VyOULD respectfully invite the attention »" of the citizens of this nnd the adjoining' Oounties to their large slock of the above goods, which they will sell as cheap as they can lie purchased In any ol the Cities. April 5,1867. ~ jalhWlaTlwvell, _ Attorney At Law, [TAS located permanently at Orange -a-*- Court House. In addition to this, he will attend nil thecouits of Spotsylvania and Ixmlsa Counties. He will, ulso. attend promptly lo the procuring of discharges for Insolvents, nnd Ihe proving of creditor's elalmslu the Bankruptcy Courts of this dis trict. October I. 1807—tf. P. 11. II Hi IV, Attorney At LaW, ORANGE C. H., VA., WILL practice in the Courts of Or ange a.id Ihe adjoining Counties. All claims lor e.illeelion promptly attended to. oillcehours lioinli A. M. to! P. M. ~W. W. lIIRUESS, Attorney At Law, ORANGE COURT HOUSE, VA. ViriLL practice In the Circuit and County IT .'(iiirts Gf Orange and the adjoining Oounties. Wantedto Exchange, /HTY Real Estate and .in interest in V/ a flourishing Iron Manufacturing estab lishment, for a farm in Nelson, Albemarle or Orange counties, near tne Railroad, for further particulars, address - ■- . . _ - K. H. NEWBURN, Real Estate broker, P. o. liox 6111, May iM, lKtill,—4t. Richmond. Va THE CELEBRATED LONE JACK AM) BROWN DICK John W. Carroll, MANUFACTURER, MERCHANT'S HOTEL, (O.H TH tl )I.j ).. :, ) BOOM FEB DAY SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS, OR RE GULAR FARE TWO DOLLARS PER DAT. Come or Hanover an P alt Streets, Three squares from B. aft O. R. R. Depot and within Aye minutes walk of tne ' principal steamboat Wharfs, BALTIMORE, MD. HENRY SCHOFIELD, Proprietor. June 12,1868. Allen 11. Itfagrnder, (Late of Washington, D. C.) Counsellr at Law, No. 14 North Charles St., BALTIMORE, Mn. WILL PRACTICE in the City • T Courts, and In the Court of Appeals at I Annapolis, undcontinuetoProsecuteClaims against the United StatefGovernment Spe cial attention given to the Security and Col lection of Debts. REII' St SONS. IS'o. 33a Baltimore Nt., Baltimore, MANUFACTURERS OF PLAIN" AND JAPANNED Tin Ware, A NDdealersin Britannia Warr-Jlard ■*» ware, Plated Ware, and Fancy Goods, wholesale and retail. «*- Country Merchants are respectfully In vlted to call und examine the goods. Sept. 25, '08—ly. HUGH M, McILHANY, of VA., <lICI.IV A. FIIETOIV, SUC'CES'RSTO JESSOP A FULTON, IMPORTERS OF HARDWARE, No. 4 Hanover St., BALTIMORE MD. pAKTIC ULAR attention paid to or ■*- ders from the country. Sept. 25, '68—6 m. ~«AI»I>I-.SS BROS~ SUCCESSOR TO ALEX. OADDESS STEAM MARBLE WORKS. Corner or Sharp nnd German SU., BALTIMORE.. ITER EXTKAORiXtSAItF - Nearly ,' ix Hundred Pages of tlie Choicest lieadimj for 50 Cents, TN order to give the people an oppor -*- tunlty to become better acquainted with their lieiiiitilul magazine, "Oncen Month" the publishers will send Ihe tirst si\ iiui>'- bers of this year for stlcents. Kach nuinlier oP'Once a Month" contains Wl double col umn paces of the best stories and entertain ing andlnstructlve reading to be found In any magazine In the country. Thesubscrln tion price Is $2 a year. Its typographical beauty is not excelled. s *""-■** Sends 6 cents, and you will get this beauti ful magazine from January to June of this year containing 57(1 pages of choice read ma. Address, T. S. AKTHIIII* sons. May 7; SOP&811 Chestnut ■treat Phifa. JEW GOODS ilvew^oodsm TyE have just received Irom Rmti »» more a splendid and well assorted stock ol Dry Goods, .Notions, Ladies' Hats and Dress Trimmings of every description limits, .shoes. Hats, Caps, .Men's and llov's Spring Clothing of the latest styles and ev erythlng usually found in the' Dry Goods line In addition to this, wo have a fine stock of Groceries, Liquors, Earthenware, Persons wishing to purchase bargains will do well to give us a call. Produce taken in exchange for goods, or cash paid for the same. Tan Bark wanted. May 7- 1859. FISHER A QOLDSTINE. WILLIAM MIJRRATr, - MERCHANT TAILOR, No. T North Fairfax Street, (Second door South of Adams Express Office King Street,) ALEXANDRIA, VA September 18, ISftS—6m« " WAI%TEI>, WHEAT, RYE, OATS, CORN, BEANS, PEAS AND FLAXSEED. LTAVINU made arrangement* with -s-s- parties, lam now prepared to buy any .inutility-and pay the highest cash priiv - Persons having grain f c ,r sale will find it to their Interest to call on the subscriber b, for* sliil.plnur E. W. KINCHELOE. _July 31, 186*8. ¥r MOW EBIABLIBHMEST. rjIIARLES HELMVIU oilers to the public at lowest prices, Groceries 1.l- I uuors. Dry Goods, Ac. Also, Bread, Cnnfcc iiiinei-ies, Toys, Ac. at his new store Deanthe Depi t, nnd respectfully solicits the public to give him a call. CH ARLES HE LL'VIO. January 8,1869—1 m. \f "J WING Hcythe.sniidSi.at.i7, Grain ■j-]-*- Scythes, Rakes,Titch Forks, No 1 and 4 Livingston's Plows, all description of Liv tnstnn castings, Pots, Ovens, Griddles and extra ltds.all of which I will sell very ion forcash k. W. KINCHLI.. .f. June 12,1868. POR RENT.—The house formerly Jt occupied as a Post-office at the a rncr of Main .street and the Rnllaotvl. For terms IWti m. RAILROiII. 1 alter Sunday, -May '2, 18(19, illy passenger train will run be uihlnglon und Lynchburg, con- Gordonsvllle with the Virginia lilroiw! tolllchinond and Coving nehburg for Wesl and Southwest, shlngtou for the North and North tickets nnd baggage checked to lent p..mis. ashlngton dailyat6aoa. m., Alex ' ii a. in , and (iranafe al 11 *la, iv. at Lynchburg i 0 l-Si p. m, via -hburg northward, at II (HI ami. te '214 p.m., arriving at Alexiin m. and at Washington 0 111 p. in, for Manassas Branch will leave a dally, excepting Sundae, at 8 6S vl.ig at Hlruusburg at H■& p.m., rrlsonburgat 7onp. m. Eastward, rlsouburg nt li 15 a. m , arriving at a at 887 p. in., cnniii>.-tlug with rom Washington tb Baltimore at n leaving Ilaltimore at Tooa.m. A'ith the morning train to Harrl ul Intermediate iiolnis, •rs from Washington and Alexnn ncheslcr will tlmi this n coiul'oitn ick route, Involving only Is miles pleasant coaches, over I oe Valli v arriving at Winchester ut 0 00 p. l-'REK HIT TRAINS age daily northward at (1 .'in a. m., ward (Sunday excepted.) at - 25 p. j. m. 6RoAdits, 8,1888. General Ticket Agent, HAKE & OHIO RAILROAD. (l-MMER SCHEDULE, after May 2nd, 1809. the Mail 'ill run daily between Richmond [ton: t-hmond at 8 A. M. and arrive at at 7 I'M. Leave Covington «80 A vc at Richmond 8 80 1* iM. Dilation Train In tweenCbarlottee- Jchmond on Mondays, Wednos .aturdays. Lea-e Charlottesville arrive at Richmond 8 38 A M — hmoiid 880 P M and arrive at •illelll'M. Train Connect! at Gordonsvllle Hies.ille with trains on the Dr uid rU <md M-massas Railroad for -.Washington, Philadelphia, New hburg, Knoxville. Chattanooga, T"W Orleans, Montgomery Mobile untou with stage-coaches IbrHar, Winchester, Ac. At Goshen,with Natural bridge, Ac. At Mtlllio iiches for Hath Alum, Warm Hot lg Springs. At Covington, witli White Sulphur Springs, Lewls oston, *c. JAMES T. NETIIERLANP, General Ticket Agent. 11l utter Monday, AVpril 1,, ]8(l!>, ins on this road will leave as fol •hmond at 1 p. m. and 2..15 p. m. lorsburg at 9.80 a. m. and (Lull p. m illation Train with passenger car •ill leave Richmond daily at I p. lersburg daily ut 0.40 a. iv. iSun ted.) i. train will not leave Richmond ..and theß.Bo p. m. train will not sburg ou Sundays. rs for Norfolk will take the 4 p lining through dally. heckep through, •nger coach tit Inched to the cod ■aye Clover Hill at 7 a. in-, and re ive Richmond at 2.10 p. m on 'hiirs.lays and Saturdays. THOMAS 11. WTI-'NE. 8. Superintendent nOTJTTW ER.\ (OK\ PI.AI.TER. GUANO ATTACHMENT. culling the attention of the of Virginia and adjoining States lie yet effective implement, the •egs leave to say that it has been roved for Ihe ensuing season.ol I ow worked by a chain band iu ntlier bnbd as formerly, thereby inure constant operation. By a adjustment it will drop corn at sof in Inches or 3 feet, together Iverizeil Fertilizer. ;ed directions accompany each le would also call attention to 1 Douui.E-siiovEi, Plow. raad Briar Cutting Attachments 'specially adapted to any foul icr with Briars, Sassafras or wire ', to FTM DRAIN PLOW, letes at one operation the dabble ■ ordinary plow, besides saving of hand hilior. ridicule* of many well-known idling for the strength and effl of all these iliiplemenls which shed on application, lor partner in the new concern itt & Co., he would return his generous public for their kind the past, and pledges uuremiit- j to maintain nnd Increase that cc in the future. A. P. ROUTT ft CO. lis, Va., February I_', 1888, rsvili.k, Va., January 0, 1569. Nt pleasure in lieu mendingt if Virginia the implements con l. P. Roult ft Co, Mr. Routt is ■mi and neighbor, and 1 have iportunlty of testing his skill as mid his untiring energy in his irts to satisfy the ciiin'munltv instructed and eft-dent iinnlc- B. JOHNSON BARBOUR. ff TIS TR Y. SCUIBNER, 11. 1). §~ IT ATE ol the Baltimore I ollege, having permanently lo geO. 11., Va.,solic- ._*_. uige of bis friends ___i**sf ■in.'i gT' min by the use I-Brill m if a Gas. Satisfaction l all operations, ordonsville the first Monday In nd renialn a few days if ne'ecs- H. wall Turner, ANGE COUNTY, VA„ -E AND KKTAIL PEAI.ER IN .NEWSPAPER} >IALS, STATIONERY HS, ALBUMS, ALMANAC &c 114 MAIN STREET, .MOM) VIRGINIA, y any Book wanted. Pays attention to orders from the wr. HEW 0001X4. signed have just received a ly of pure Drugs and Chemical and Patent Medicines, Oils avoriug Extracts, Spices, pure Lamps and Lamp Fixtures, the latest Improvements In would aiso-invite attention lo 'German nnd American Co tniels, Toilet Soaps, Hair nnd i, flue Dressing nnd Pocket Knives, Scissors, ftc.,Statioh ! Cap, Letter and Note Paper, is, Pencils, Pencil Points. Pro is. . D. TALIAFERRO & SON. '~ l-iiis. if GOODS ~« FOB I- AND SCMMKR. list received my stock of and Summer Goods, and re tehly customers and friends Hand examine for themselves ing. Give me a fair trial and it of being able lii please you rest prices for cash. Just received a lot of Extra SNOWDKN YATES. B 01 PtT-tt BOBS. round Bones, ground from without admixture of any ) per ton. Also, c and .Master, .WE I) LUMBER. BCOTT * DILWORTH. Gordonsvllle, Va. [ids of Lumber sawed for cits tf. jTTeytOaVT DEALER IN 'ies, Liquors, SHOES, HATS, ton (Jlofljs, tfc, : COURT HOUSE, VA. IV A NT HO! IC TO KNOW THAT ecolved. and have In Store,a . I. 11. and Granulated Sugars, Pure Nen-Exploslve Kerosene Oil, Tallow and Adamantine Candles, Turpentine Soap. Nails, Lewis* While Lead, Glue, Unseed nil, Putty, Paint Brushes, Window Glass, Copal Varnish, White and Red .'ball;, Sand Paper, i ami many other additions to my select (took Of Groceries, Ac, which I will sell low for Ittsh only. Til OS. J. PEYTON. ' pLOUUPS, Wagons, Harrows, .v/c.. *• repaired on liberal terms, at Madison ! Run station. W.M. J. lIEUHI.Ni'. ' April 11, l-«jU.-3in. I r I , H X ex J- resiiiueil on the II lii-r, IsikS, an I elos;; the laatna^pJ^fl'-.'-fcj tkiims i-::k 113-11 ).y ~., ay, « '/'-' j'l-mentiiry English, i ' ** oOttO gi s. Ancient nnd Modern loach) aiettl Music on (luilur, - "-.MI Music on Piano. - 4.T0011 Drawing, f*alntlng «n Cnnvuss, Grecian.-Ori ental, id l'r. .fcsNoi-s prices. Board, Including lud, lights and washing per month, - . . aoio 1 Al l ,l 1 11 lr X™ payable one-half at the begin. ingot tin- Besslon, the balance on the Ilrst 01 February, IBM. The services of Mr. J. Portferi an experl. 1 Artist, have been secured for the Or* naiiicniiii Department. I he Principal having had considerable ex. I" rienceln conducting Seminaries of hitch grade thereby in the convic tion6f his ability to BivesaliiSoUon. Feel ing individually responsible for theinstrue- W those committed In his charge he de to assure fill who are disposed to iniU ronlse the School, iiuit nonehotcompetent and experienced t>achers,wlll be emnlored .(I that .-very depurtftjent both oflnstrue. ji. u-.d government, will fa tinder his « v . on. It is Ids desire and detcrniiiiH- Utn .0 nuke the Institution & first doss jfe* .1.1 c .-i. miliary, and be respectfully sollcua 'ii.- palraoage awl co-operation of the friende or condition In this community in Kcctirimz tu.i> result. AVddress, _. PENICK, Principal. HO I FOB CBXPBPBRI ~ HEW SUMMER AND FaLI. GOODS! THUS. It. HILL & CO., Main St. Culpeper f. H., Va., AKi; iioi. receiving direct from Xew Y "ili a most beautiful and well selected SUMMER AND FALL DRESS GOODS, //- ' .1/ Dry Goods, Fancy Gooils and Xotions Boots and Shoes, Ladies' Rats, ' Dress Trimmings of every description. Ribbons anal flowers, .if- n 1 and Hoy's Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Woodieare, ii-c., *frc. Parties visiting Culpeper Court Hohsewill nnd 11 to their interest to give usa can as we are selling our goods at « small ndvon's above cost. Persons ordering goods frm nave them forwarded per freight at our cx ~TB I Ilk PMOKT TNSIJKESon aH the most approved PUIU. lis policies are non-forfeiling. It iliv dcs 87]_ per cent, of profits unions pnlicy holders. ■ It dcclures dividends at the end of second li receives premiums all la cash, or In half loan, or one third loan, as applicants may prefer. It allows quarterly or semi-annual pay ments ol cash part 01 premium. It accepts no security for the money It in vests except real estate first lien. No stocks nor government securities will in- received by il as security for debt. It is officered nnd managed by gentlemen born und bred in the South, of good charac ter amongst their own people tor financial ability and for fidelity to their trusts; and the premiums paid into this Company will not go to increase the wciilih 01 the North, but will be naed within our ova limits and will relieve our own Impoverished people. W. 0. CABRINGTOIN, President. J. J. Hopkins, Secretary c. li. I'luuiow, Medical Adviser. DIRECTORS 1 D. J. Ifartsook, W. I). Cabell, E. O. Tbur i.i-'m1,.1. It. Peebles, Hudson Martin, T. P. I-itziiatrlck, William Gordon, C. A. Sehnlt' ter, \\ illhim p. Shepherd. REFEREWC'ESt Gen. Hciiuregard, Col. G. G. Garner, Judge Alexander WaJkerand (ten. Mason Graham pi Louisiana; Gen. Simon Buukner ofLon- S v ", le i, G !- n - *'• M - Hood, New Orleans! Judaa I. P. Mabry, Major .1. H. Pratt and Wurd Taylor, Jr., Jeltcrson, Texas. Liberal ooininluioni will be given to pood agents. Travelling agents are esiieelallv wanted. J Nink nuNnnEn Policies issued during the first eight months of active work. Income over $1111,000—a success abend of all precedent—and with bright prospects. I-or rates of fusurance call upon the Local ' ?'''■ '.1 ,„™ W ' H - RICKEITB, .In!. 81, 1808. Change Court House iiousi;, siesr AWiJ ok.vamemal" PAINTJNO. THE fobaorlbcr, reeldlng at Culpeper -*- V.11., will be pleased to serve the people of range, in the several branches of h> Business, and reels confident ol his ability ft please, having served under tirst class work men ironi the time he first commenced the PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL FAPEIt HANGING, done In Ihe latest and most improve ylrs Orders nil.liessed us below will hep miil ly.- • Respectfully, „., 11 si... , n - v BURROWS, npril 5 1867-1 ir Culpeper C. H., Va. nehTstock OK ril.l. tMIHIVIIIt GOODS. •THE-subscriber having just returned -«- from Baltimore with a largo and well se lected stock oi Fall and Winter Good*. would Invite the attention of his friends nnd tne public generally to the same before pur eliasuig. His stock consists, In part, ofbry goons, Groceries, Ilardwnro, Queensware iie.-idv-innde Clothing, Boots and Shoes 4c' alloc Which will he sold at the lowest price lor cash or In exchange for country produce at tin- l-.i.best market rates. I have re-opened my Ilakery, nnd will keep constantly on hand a supply of fresh Hread 1 ages, Ac. Also, Family and Superfine 11, ,'i Mllkh J will sell Ut *a barrel or October H, lsiis. liEN.IAMIN ROSE. 1869. SI-KIXG la-TOSTAnOIIi. 18-4t\ RXBBOSTS, ftILLIKSBT A>l) »TBAw GOODS HSPtommml <ator & Co., XJI and !«39 Baltimore St., BALTIMORE TMrOKTEI.S and Jobbers of Bon- J" 1 Trimming Ribbons, Velvet nnd Basil Ribbons, Bonnet Crapes, Silks und Ha ll 11s. illusions, Blonds Laces, Ruches Notts and Velvet*, I'lcch Flowers and reathtri! Strew Bonnets and Ladies* Hats, tri 1 „«! and untrinm.-d, Sundowns and Shaker Hoods. '1 lie largest stock 01 '.Millinery Goods In this country, and unequalled In choice va, rlety, which we offer at prices that will defy competition. Orders solicited. " March 5,18(10.—3m. ~¥u iTkiT'T TlTojrW7>Br_rß7~ STAUNTON, VA. J . E . It 01. L I N X , WITH iho\ mMTBlnm. AXD .MAXtKACTIRER OF STOVES, HOLLOW WARE, PLOWS, Mil,!, GIOAIIING, IRON RAILING, &c. CI E(JIALTY.-The celebrated L1t ,1,,„'.", i"..',",' ,, ol ' Ki !l A " kindsol repa, work lion, pinmptly and on moderate term-. Jul > ". 1888.—8 m. _^^^^^ n,in •k»Vl , A4ir_l_kV|l. " 1 ~„„l " " ~ '''fl * r; bl 'S s ■«•▼• to ah. witli his bar n o l,eued.I,cued . J n conucc wn ''b« S -n , C 'l iA ?, S n isl ~if ,, l ' Pt '" th , e best sl >'*-* "nd will inns ,~| all lines and at short notice all the substantial and all the *" lIKI.k A( IKS OF THE SEASON (lone to a turn by tin accomplished caterer? .111. an experienced cook. I respeetfallv so ii.' 1 the patronage of my trieods and tho public genera ly, t. J. PEYTON January 1.., imisi. a t the old Cuurt House. RGW IAB BOOM. I 11-W EG opened In the store-room » f.'im.i-I.v oecupted by ('apt. T. J Pevton on Main Hire* t, a NEW I I lts*r-<-r \iit.2 oiVi-Wm' 1 ,! 11 1 Sl "", kl '"*' '-'O'lstunt'ly sup plle.|«lll, the very best Old AugusbiP.ro \J liiskey, Pure Mountain Apple Brandy French brandy, i'eaeh llrandv,'a pure arll-* ole, Blaokberry Brandy. Glnasr do wiJ.il ol all kinds, T<il,a«-,-o uu.l C iars 'iC- n b- J Sn-arri^-H'ai-?*"* 1 Fn»Wl««d toaw. s..u' l .r- ir . r, i l S'b< : .r; I barrel I- r..- ' '~,",-',' I . i "'''' l Portnneo Symp-4 vcr:/,;rf:,rc.S, rVi " tßiir '«'-'' j -»'-'i _lon,-l-.,|se. s E. W. KINCIIKI.OK. ](X)'-,!:,?,' ( , |,ri "v ?ff°«»« TO**** lbs I-,- ,-,', ;"" l "'r o ,- s ">'tli Caroliaa- 10 ..mifor'sne by"" March 18 Isiis. *" W * KINCHELOE. JV-J. I '!' lviv '' ,l '~« '■■eslT supply ef Or cmons, Raisons, Flgl^oooanuta t-el.niaiyli.HW. ' J ' J ' *'«™- S'.-'o .' "be, two ami threo --* Gallon, Just received by SN (JW'UF V V I r t*H