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intj_P' AD,BoX we hear that the whites In present a home to each of the who voted the Censervatlve ticket. Good! Mr. Goi.dstine ot this town not only voted the Walker ticket throughout, but exerted himself actively in its be half. M i*. Ilellwig also voted the Walk er ticket. , Ji'doe Chapman is entitled to credit for selecting as his clerks on election .day two of the staunchest and truest men in the town —Capt. lirown and J. 1.. Kobinsini. Mr. Iliggius, the Clerk of the County, received the tickets. We refer, our readers to tho adver tisement of the Southern mutual In surance Company. Mr. Williams, the Agent, has certificates In his posses sion showing that the Company pays its losses promptly. His Name.—What is the name of that colored man who voted the Conserva tive ticket and who, when told by a radical he was -'spotted,"re plied bravely, "Yes, you scoundrel! und the white men have spotted you! 1 ' Mr. Dobbins, a recent settler in this county, deserves honorable mention for tho fidelity with which he discharged his duty as registration officer at Kug ers's Shop. Mr. D. is from New Jer sey, and has won the esteem of all his neighbors. Workers. — WieklScott, J immey Scott, Maj. Slaughter, Maj. Lee, Burgess, Jud Ilrowning, James Boulware and many Others worked manfully on election day. The gentleman first named work ed all the time, and as for old Dr. Tcr rill he worked like a six horse team. The Amende.—We take it all back.— Never again, il we can help it, will we hay aught against Orange. It Is a no blo county, ctuict but determined, nev er fussy but always firm and true.— And you know what Carlylc t_J s—that people who talk little but act vigorous ly when time for action comes, aro of people the best. Won't Like It.—There are some good but naturally unforgiving men Who will not like the just words we have spoken in behalf of those who acted in the main witli our bitter enemies. Well! they may take their course and we will take ours. While life lasts we intend to for give and keep forgiving, for God knows nnd lie only how much uM need to be forgiven. WoßKt.vti .Men.—Be it perpetually re membered that the white working men In this county stood up with grand Unanimity on llic great day ot election lor the just cause. Their course does credit to their intelligence and patrio tism, nnd to them the party of the fu ture will look with a remembrance which will not content itself with a mere wordy gratitude. It is not ne cessary to say more at present. Friendsof Ti'mi-kkance.— The follow ing ate the officers elected for the ensu ing year for Oiange Council, No. SI, George Citllen, President; Win. J Smith, Xx ; Martin V. Wayland, Asso ciate ; F, Bradley Peyton, Secretary; James IC. Boulware, Financial Sccrc- , tiiry; Win, L. Morris, Treasurer ; J. Walter Scribncr, Conductor; James li. Davenport, Assistant Conductor; Alexander G. Daley, Inbido Sentinel ; It. Geddos Davies, Outside Sentinel. How Tiify Voted.—A telegram from I Kiclniioiid to tho N. Y. Tribune says that the negroes voted solid in favor of the test-oath and disfianchisiugclause. It was not so iv this county. Very few negroes voted for these clauses, And it is but just to their leaders, Sanford and Hartley, to say that (hey advised them not to vote for these clauses. In deed we are told that .Mr. Sanford gave Walker tickets to certain negroes who applied lor them. Let justice be done, though the heavens fall. Tombstones.—We have heretofore calld attention to the advertisement of Mr. William Owens of A_lcxandria, and do so again in order to press upon our readers the fact that Mr. O. is an ac complished workman in his line, prompt and faithful to his engagements and reasonable in his charges. In addition to ail this, he puts up tombstones pur chased of him without extra charge be yond his travelling expenses. Our people will Uud it to their interest to patronize Mr. Owens. How He Behave*;.—As Dr. Bagby is gone, poor follow ! it may not be amiss to state the simple fact that, on Thurs- Ui l ~ last when the mail came in and he ascertained Walker had been elected by 50,000 majority, he went into tho basement of the Court-house and hol lered "glory !" until sun-down. He then crawled out and being unable to speak, picked up a piece oi charcoal and wiote"GLORY" in large Tuscan An tique Condensed lettCi-s on Phil Fry's back and expired. These arc tho un varnished facts of this strange man's de cease. Barbecue. —In honor of our great vic tory, the citizens of Orange in and near the village are determined to give a grand barbecue, one of the olden time. All the colored men, who voted the Conservative ticket, are to be Invited, and honored as they deserve to be.— Bun us Mundy, a whole-souled fellow as ever lived, says he will not only con tribute liberally but will stand behind the Conservative blacks and wait on them. This is the right spirit—let us stand by them who, at no little person al risk, stood by us in the hour of our eorest need. The Fffect.—We were not in town the day alter the election, but if the re ports aro to be believed the happiness of OUT citizens, af> the returns came in, knew no bounds. ICu'ii the oldest wcro delighted beyond nicas,'.'." p - J °y betioicd in. every face. All felt that.: great and bl, ped day of Ucli.wjrciicc had dawned. Garret A.tkins jumped 7 feet in the air and slioutcd lo Triumphs! Burgess recited an entiro chapter from Gibbon, Dr. Scrtbher offered to pull teeth all day free oi' charge--espe cially the , teeth of scalawags. Qapt. Cave turned 47 handsprings in succes sion. Penny Taliaferro stood ou his head on top of the Express ofllce for the space of two h'onrs, and Ellas Ktu cheloe walked on his liands from the I'ost Office down to Albert Nichols's store, fell on Albert's neck, embraced him, and wcpt_over hiui. .Never was the like seen. ' The Officials in Washington arc still venting then* diabclicul hatred to every Virginian holding a position. They do not content themselves with proscrib' ing persons for political reasons, but carry their malignity to the descen dents of Virginia's illustrious men who happened to have been retained in of fice. Miss Jennie Walker, an estima ble young lady, an efficient clerk in one of the Departments, and her gray hatred sire were both dismiss'-d not long since, because, as the officials alledge, they aro descendeuts of the Lee's oi Virginia. They don't want any of the blood of the Cavaliers; they want all offices equally distributed between Pu ritanical carpet-baggers, scalawags and negroes. VA~* CORN PEANTER. WE are now prepared to lill orders for our Challenge Corn Planter, With ox without. Gm.no AUuelinii til; and for accura ry aud regularity of work, we defy the world to produce Its equal. This Machine drops the corn accurately In distinct hills, and does not scatter It pro miscuously along the rows. It drops tho hills respectfully 18, 27 and 'til Inches apart.— Drops nothing while turning ot the end of rows, and Is fully guaranteed to perform as represented or no sale. Itiiilt with one or two wheels to roll the land not. as imiv be desired. WE ACKNOWLEDGE XO EQUAL MOYEKB A JONES, Uiirdonsvllle, V EnaEWORTII, SGAII LIIIKRTV Ml_t,l November Hth, 1808. j Mcsßrs. Moyers A Jones— Gentlemen— Tho Corn Planter I purchased of you In the Spring gave entire satisfaction, dropping the corn with regularity, from three to live grains (usually four) lv a hill. The Guano Attach ment works admirably. 1 consider it one of tho best I have ever seen. Yours, respectfully, IU I.LI AM I*. liROOKING. February 19, ikiw.—2in. CJHJ, __8 C. WERTEJTBABBB, MAXIFACTIKKR OP CIG All S, charlaOttksvilli-:, vircinia DB ALKRS supplied at less than l!a timore prices. Cigala not giving snt taction may be returiH-d. Si ml iursampl t )e I her 2. 1868 -ly. HORSE COLLARS, TRACE CHAINS. WL luive just received and tire ollor in" for sale the largest and must com plete stucK (•( Horse Collars audTraec Chains ever offered In lids market, al prices thai are bound to please. Call ami exa u-iur I -'~if. W. 11. BICKETTS *C 0 '^.buiuu-y;' l^'. A I 11511 V MI.DIC I\s;—The I'ain Killer is a surely vegetable com pound ; and, while it is a must eitlcietit rem edy for pain, il is a perfectly safe itu-dlcim-, ceil in Ihe most unskillful lininls. For Hummer Complaint, or any other form •»! bowel disease in cbudrsn or tuiuiisi it is un nlmost certain cure, nnd lias, without * lot 11*1. been more sucoertsful inciit-ing th.< various kinds of Cholera than any other known rem. > ly, or the must skillful pliysicinn. Inln im, Atiii-ti anil t'tiiiin. wiicre tin- dreadful Ifscase is m..ie or fees prevalent, the Pain Killer Is considered by the natives, as well s European residents In those ciiiuates,« sure remedy. Tiik PAin Kili.kr.- We have known the high oharactei of this medicine, and thai it is used with great success no.I satltdhetlon In our best families. It is the favorite med icine of ii i is* inn,-n-ies in-In-allien lands, where they use it lii.ii'i-Jtlinn'nll else togetht r fur the diseases i hni abound In those warm climates. It should be kepi in every lions,-, and lie in llness tin- sudden attacks of sickness.— Christian Pn ss. July 2, ISli'J.—lm. ]\f AllOOliT—ln lite yon lift and ■*-'-*- rising generation, the vegetative powers of life are strong, but. in a few years how often the pallid line, the Inck-lnstre eye and emaciated form, ami the Impossibility of application lo mental effort, show bane ful influence. It soon becomes evident to the observer that some depressing influence is checking the development of tin.- body.— Consumption is talked "f, and perhaps the youth is removed from school ami sent into the country. This is one of the worst move ments. Rempved from ordinary divisions ol'llie ev.-r-clianging scenes of the city, the powers of the body too much enfeebled to give zest to healthful and rural exercise, thoughts are tuiued inwards upon tlicm selvi s. If tlie patient be n female, the approach of tin- menses is looked for with anxiety, lis the first symptom in which Nature is to show her saving power in diffusing the circula tion and visiting thoctioi'k with tho bloom of (leullh. Alns! increase of appetite has grown by what it fetl on : the energies of tlie system are prostrated, and the whole econo my is deranged. The beautiful nnd wonder ful period in which body and mind undergo so fascinated a ehangofrom child to woman. Is looked for In vain; the parent's heart bleeds in anxiety, and fancies the gruve but watting for lis victim. HELMnoLii's Kxtract Bucnu. for Weak ness arising from excesses or early indiscre tion, attended with the following symptoms: Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, General Weakness, Horror of Disease, Weak Nerves, Tii'iiililliig.Di'emllnl Horror oil lent It, Night Sweats, Cold feet, Wakefulness, Dim ness of Vission, Languor, Universal Lassi tude of tlie Muscular Hystem. Often Enor mous Appetite with Dyspeptic Bysmtoms, Hot Hands, Flushing of the llody, Dryness oftbebkin. Pallid Countenance and Erup tions on the Face, Pain In the Hack, Heavi ness of the Eyelids, Frequently piack Spots Flying before the Eyes, with Temporary Suf fusion and Loss of sight, Wan! of attention. Greet Mobilil,v. Itesi lessness, with Horror of Society. Nothing is more desirable to such patients tlinn solitude, and nothing they inoro dread,, for fear of themselves; no re pose of maimer, no earnestness, no specula tion, but a hurried transition from oue irues llini to another. '11l tie Jsympt-inn. If allowed to go on— which this medicine Invariably removes— soon follow loss ol power, fatuity, and Epi leptic fits, in one of which the patient may expire. During the Ktlperlntendence of Dr. Wilson at the tttoomlngdale Asylum, this sad result oecufied to two patients: reason bad for a time left them, and both died of epilepsy.— were of both sexes, and about twenty years ot age. ' who can say that these excesses are not frequently followed by those direful diseases. Insanity anil Consumption? The records of the Asylums, and tlie melancholy deaths by Consumption, bear ample witness to the truth of these assertions. In Lunatic Asy lums tho most melancholy exhibitions ap pear. The countenance is actually sodden and quite destitute—-neither mirth nor grief ever occur, it is rarely nrllelilate. "With woeful measures wan Despair Low sullen sounds their grief beguiled." Whilst we regret the existence of the above diseases nnd symptoms, we are prepared to ititer an invaluable gift of chemistry for the removal of the consequences, Helmbold's Highly Concentrated Fluid Extract of Bu elm. There Is no tonic like It. II Is aji an chor of hope to the surgeon and patient, and this Is the testimony of all who used or pre scribed It. Sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere. Price ll.afi per bottle, or six bottles for 16.80, Delivered to any address. Describe symp toms In all commuiiicnl inns. Address 11. T. HELMBOLD, Ding and Chemical Warehouse, filll Hroadway, New York. *3»None aro genuine unless done up In steel-engraved wrapper, with fact simile of my Chemical Warehouse, and signed H. T. Helmbold, July 1(1. lsti't.-.m. WM. C. SCOTT, Agent, April 9,1809.—3 m. Madison Run, Va. BAIaIaARD HOTEL,) RteiiMONii, Va., March, 10,1808. J rpillS elegant establishment is open A to the iiceiiiiimiidaUtin of of the public.-- The building Is one of the Finest In the City, and for style, convenience and beauty of ar rangement, 11 acknowledged to be superior. lis Furniture is new and complete, and for cleanliness, il is proverbial. The subscriber, aflor more than twenty yean experience iv the business, thinks he risks nothing in saying that this Hotel shall, in every respect, be Equal to any in the south. and asks the patronage of his friends and the public generally. JOHN P. BALLARD, Proprietor: March 20, IM,—_ A. S. SAMUEL, with R. 11. DIBRELL, COMMISSION MERCHANT, - No. 1319 ( in) -st , RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. PARTICULAR attention paid to the -I- sale of Wheat, Corn, Tobacco, dtc. Estab lished 1844. June 22,1808,—1y. UltH I l/H lUli AGENCY. TUIE subscriber announces that lie -I- has opened an Agricultural Agency at Madtson nun Station, 0., A. A M. ttailroad, and al short, notice will lunilsli all kinds Ol Panning Implements on accommodating terms. WILLIAM C. SCOTT. April 7,1768.—3 m. _ LIeT -S^SETTEE. A LL persons indebted to mc arc earn- A*-c.stly requested to ciii-.e forward with out delay nnd sell h- tip, in iirilei-1 Inii I may In- enabled to pay those to whom I nm ln del.ieil. W. 11. CHAPMAN. January ?, 1809. innO LISS. prime country lincoii ; lUWU 2(>ii lbs. prime country Lard ; 90sacks tine Salt; 12 Ihut*-1s I,hue; _ kegs Nails. ;t in -.lip; I barrel Keroslne Oil; I barrel Machine (ill; I barrel Bplrtte of Turpentine, forsale lowbv E. W. ICI.NI IIELOK. November 29, 1807. I)i)SAl).\lilS, llullV Hair Rettower, -at* l-'orresl's laii-eka and l'iiikiie..'s I loir Itcstorottvos, Bachelor's I In ir Dye and other Hair Dressings, Just received an I for sale bi ll. I. TALIAFERRO ,t SON. September SB, b*o8 L THE LYNCHBURG VIRGINIA?., Now in the Sixty-Second year of its exis tence, is one of the oldest and most widely known Journals in the South. IJUBLISHEI) in the Central portion of Virginia, it has a larger circulation In' the rich mineral and agricultural region of South-Western Virginia, than any other Newspaper. Its extensive circulation and •yitroniige Rre not the work of a day*, but the result of ninny years' labor. It Is an estab lished Institution, and being heartily as well as prominently identified with thoCommer iiii-ii nil, Agricultural, .Mining and Manu facturing Interests of the state, it appeals confidently to Virginia for its support. Aceuiaii- reports nt the Markets: a regu lar Foreign Correspondence; Dally Tele grams In no all parls ol the world; judicious selections for I lie la 11 lily, with news and mis cellany, make it ut once a useful aa_ read bis .li.iirn.il. «CS-Advertisers will consult (heir Interests by availing tbem-elvaa of lv coluiuns. tekms: Dally Virginian, per annum, fF7 00* ft i-weekly, per annum. ii uo CHARLES W. IIITTTON, February 28,1888, Editor and Proprietor AIaIaAiV & JOHNSON, SEED GROWERS AND DEALERS, FLORISTS AND Nl lis 10ItV.MEN, Otrtcc, 1500 Main Street, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, Have their usual suppty of Fresh and war ran tod _rA_l_X>_-_*_l ____ri_»_. All kinds of I'TL'LD AND GRASS WEEDS, POTATOES, early and late, union setts, Ac, &c., Vml a choice assortment of FLOWER SEEDS. We confidently assert that, our .Seeds arc true and tellable, to which We have the les iiiiuiiy of thousands of customers iv the past' .hive years. Garden Seeds and Flower Seeds are sent by iiiatl safely aud cxpedlciously to any dis tance. Our Descriptive Priced Catalogues will be lent free lo any address. February il', iftflff tlm ImT»ortXiv_~to fai._i-.ks. CALIFORNIA -AND OItECION SEED WHEAT AGENCY WK furnish Farmers with the BEST SEED WHEAT IN THE WOULD, pcr 'eetiy free from insectiforin or other impuri ,ks; grown from Australian and CliiU Seed, .ielding on good soil, SIXTY BUSHELS TO THE ACRE, md weigh ing in FOUNDS TO THE AIKAS LIUED lICSIIEL. The EARSoI WHEAT, when mature, are isually ELEVEN OK TWELVE INCHES LONG. Fut up and securely tied and sealed In lin ■ll bags, uud sent by mail free to all parts of he country, on receipt of price. I'riceSa iamples...ia eta. each | Bags...BoDand|l each ;ir In larger quantities at reasonable rates. Address U.YLIFOHNIA AST) OREGON SEED WHEAT AGENCY, San Francisco .California* 12,18811—tf.. "SP.OYsW6OD HOTEL, RICHMOND, \A. PUIS lii-st-cl-i-s, iiopular ami fashinn- A able Hotel, the only one located on the Main Btreet or the city, has been furnished md put in tho most perfect order through out. Ills within one square of the Capitol, Cus om-House, Post-Offloe, .Theatre, Ac., and ivithln two Niiuares of the Richmond and Fredericksburg Ratlroad depot, ami the treat Southern Routes via Petersburg and Danville the traveling public are cordially invited to make theic home at the Spotswood, and the proprietors ]iledge themselves to make it ltu-the future, what|il has been lor the past live years, the leading Hotel of Richmond. *»-Tuk'grupli Office In vestibule. Olllce ol Southern and Adams Express Companies in the building. MILL-WARD BROTHERS, April 21, WttS. Proprietors. BOOK ST ORE AND BINDER!^ ESTABLISHED 1.533. J. W. Randolph & Engllgh, BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, BOOKUXDEItS, AND BLANK BOOK MAMFACTURERS, 13J0 Main Street, between l'lth and 11th, RICHMOND, VA. OLD Books bought or taken In ex " change for new. April 21,1868.: "_.' H. WAIaT & lIKOTIIftaR, DEALERS IN DIAMONDS, FIXE WATCHES, JRICTI JEWELRY, FANCY GOODS, &c„ Have removed to their New Store, No. asO Pennsylvania Avenue, WAS II I N Oi TO N , D . C., AGENTS for the American Watch Company, Waltluim, Muss. Also, tor Pates*. I'hillppi *t Co., Uoncva. And for the sale the of Oorham Manufac turing Company's unrivalled Electro Pluted Ware. Octoli.tr 30,1865.—6 m. HOTICE~TO _AND OWNERS. I HAVE made arrangements with a gentleman who has heretofore influenced a large emigration to the West, to send from England, See! land, Switzerland, by way ol the Norfolk steamers, a large emigration ol in,oiied, nieii lo this particular seotlpn. He sails on tills erniud in three weeks. I want laud at from $10 to t'A) per acre, in bodies of SUO or 100(1 acres. The c lands w ill have to be registered Immediately in order to furnish him with circulars. Let the description be accurate. JOEL MILLER, Keiil Eslute Broker, Waverley Motel, Culpeper C. H., Va. Parties are notified to call at my office, and examine the assurances of our ability to ef fect tills enterprise. January Ut), ltttfl). ~ COTI'ART. _RS DIP. THE undersigned have lliis day en tered into Co-partnership under the style aud llrui of 11. I>. Tllla_la.il I ■ & SOn, for the purposed' conducting the Drug lllls iness at ibis plaoe. They will keep at all i hues a supply of pure Drugs, Chemicals and Pharnu.cucttcul preparations, ihe latter of full officinal strength, together with a gener al assortment of other articles usually kept by Druggists. Particular attention given to Physician's prescriptions. Terms cash. H. H. TALIAFERRO, September I, '08. H. G. TALIAFERRO. PVRCELL, I_J»D _CO., DHUGGISTS, IIEALEBSIN MEDICINES, CJIIEMICAIaS PHYSICIAN'S SL I'I'LIES AM) OUTFIT PAINTS, OILS, DYKS, VAItMSHES, FRENCH WINDOW GLASS, AGEHCY FOB VIRGINIA SPBINGS WATEB OItDEIW I'IIOMI'TI.Y EXECUTF.II. 1 .'iii Main Street, Corner Tltlrttruth. RICHMOND, VA. Novcmb.-ir 18. lstW.—6m* ""CRESCENT OAS GENERATORS. A HAS LKJUT 101 l EVERY FAMILY. NO Chimney, smoke or grease for use with the Crescent Oil. For safety, bril liancy and cheapness, the above light is un surpassed. The undersigned have purchased the right lor the above Oas Oettera tors for this county, and have a supply of 'hem and the Crescent oil. on hand aud for sale. Call ami see them aud give it a trial. U. L>. TALIAFERRO A SON Jan.-i'(«>. Druggists. VIRGINIA IIOTEL, STAUNTON, VA. FRED. MIKFFF.It, Proprietor. J. W. BOOH, Niipeiinlcndnil. r riIIS well known Hotel has been rc -*- furnished witli entire new and andelc ganl I uiul litre, and the board reduced lo 82-50 per (luy. (ieiulemcii residing In the Cities, who de sire lo spend the Summer with their film 11 lea in the country, will Uiul It a pleasant resort. JtHM 28, I sex.—tim IfOTM3_"~ TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. ALL persons indebted to n9 for Car rlages, Plows, Castings, Blackstnlthlng. A-c, ure respeotfully and earnesl ly requt sted In.,line tiirwiird and settle their accounts, nsfurther Indulgence is Impossible. !'.( Kl.ol-F & aVNDERSON. November 6, Wis. —It. HEW 6CHMM. I HAVE just received a slock of new - 1 - Full Ci(IU-(Mis, Brown Cotton, osrto+uircs brown nnd lead colorwi DriHiAg, black and lead c.il.'i'ei! ('nnilirieks, ,•*:(■. , . Si pi. Is, l.stis. s.NOWDE.V YATES. I YATES leis*stdl ou hand an a£ [ ' a soileil lot Of lottoll V a I'll*. ■+••**!• OCO t-i Juuuarv'jl <:•/<, Kl\«. COMFORT. HAVING spent some time away from borne in order to test the merits of the various Fire Place Heaters, wo lutvereturn ed, prepared to oirer the public suim-fhiug __ HTO. X. We have secured the agency for the SEXTON IMPBOVED B ALTIMOBE HEATEB eo___U> it by far superior to any Heater out, as to be.iutv, design and finish. It is worth a visit Irom those who may not even be In want of. Stoves, that they may nee to whatTK'ifeelfoii mechanism-bus arrived. To those iv want, listen to our terms and guar antees, which I here Is no go back on. book at the beauty of the stove uud wo will take pleasure lv explaining the principles on which ii ni-ls. II yi.ii should wish to buy vml run n'orisk.' Set-eel your stove: wewilltake It to your house, lit It up to heat 1. - OTS rooms; und when the work Is all complete you retaining the purrhii't-miißey until wo build a tire, when we expect you to take a seat in front of your own hearth, aud suy tl-ls la truly King Comfort. RECEIPT-YOUR' BILL. Wo areal-.ii prepared i<> receiveorder*tor all other lire place Heaters that may be wanti 'I. iiurgeneral assortment of Tailor, Dining Hoiim nnd Hail Stoves, together win. the must Isiproved Cooking stoves, have been selected with great care from the most re sponsible (*mndrles, mid will present one uf the most complete and varied assortments f-vi-r (iiii-reii iii this market, every Store of which we will warrant, and sell on the most reasonable terms. N. B.—Our arrangements are such that we can sell lo dealers at factory prices, FUUCELL A IIDY, Cornier King and Washington streets, September IK, ISliS—ly. Alexandria, Va. "74 .Kliiff street, »4 ALENANDRtA, VA. TUIE subscriber has now* on hand nnd -■- can afford to sell at prices to suit the times, one of the largest and best assorted slocks of Anegoods for Gentlemen, Ladles, Misses nnd Children, and heavy work suita ble for farmers, ever beforeoirered for sale in this nfarkct. His long experience l*\ the Initio has enabled him to procure a stock manufactured from the best material and in the most durable and stylish manner, and on the most favorable terms, and with such advantages he can afford to sell as cheap as the cheapest. All In waut will do well to call tit 74 Ring street., Alexandria* .before purchasing. Ills stock comprises in part— Men's tine cull pegged and stitched* Boots and Shoes, Men's heavy kip and stitched Shoes, suit able for farmers. Boys' and youth's calf and kip Shoos Of ev ery description. ■ Ladles', and Misses' calf, goat, morocco, kid and lasting Boots of every stylo and de scription. Also, a good stock of goods suitable for country merchants, to which we Invite their attention. W. B. WAl>-_Y. A*orll2,lßßß—3m: il KS AND STATIONERY I WHOLESALE AND.RETAIL AT FRENCH'S BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE 101 King St., Alft_nd*_, Vit. I DESIRE to cull the especial atten tion of Merchants. Teachers, and the Pub lic generally to the largo uud well selected stock of SCHOOL ROOKS, BL.-NK ROOKS, MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, Which I offer for sale at the lowest 'cash S rices, including a lull assortment of Cap, i,li-ami Letter Paper, Printing Cards, Bi bles, Episcopal and Catholic Prayer Books, Gold Pens, tjutillol'sand Perry's celebrated Steel Pens, Tlutddcus David's and Arnold's best Wrll lug Fluid and Ink. Paints, Water Colors, Dominoes, Pencils, Slutes,Copy Books, Penholders, Memorandum and Pass Books, Envelopes, all sizes and quantities, Ink slands, Chess and Backgammon Boards and men, rocket Books, Photograph Albums, Magazines, Reviews, Newspapers, Desks, Rulers, and all other articles usually kept iv a first class Book and Stationery Store. All orders from the country promptly at tended to. GEORGE E. FRENCH. September 18, '68— ty. "STOVES! STOVES !:ISTOVES!t! S. < 1 » I LI B 111. Kell's old stand, No. 33 Kins Men, ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA, riKAT.m m i_ kinds of FUEL-SAVING. (.AS-BURNING* STOVES V\l» TINWARE, XTIZ :-Cook, Tai-lor, Hall, Church, T Office and other kinds of Stoves nnd Ranges. Among his tlrst-class Cook Stoves are the Excelsior, Monumental, Ironsides, William Perm, Noble Cook, Pennsylvania, Paragon, Lehigh, Continental, Old Domin ion, William Tell, Ac, Ac., all of which he warrants as recommended. Coppcrsnilthlng and Plumbing, Roofing and Spouting done in town or country, at shortest notice and lowest prices, for quality of material and workmanship. October 2,1808—1y. A. H. TUOMSON, RICHARDS PAYNE, JR.., Of Orange County. Of Warrcnton, Va. .THOMSON, PAINE &, CO., OEN'L COMMISSION * F'ORWARDINO MERCHANTS, No. 0 King Street, ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. PARTICULAR attention paid th the selling of all kinds of Country Produce and of tilling orders for Groceries, Guano. Seeds, riaster, Fish, Salt, Lime, _~ at the lowest market prices. Bugs on hand at all times. February 19.1889.—« m. j7 ROBERT EDMONDS, SUCCESSOR. TO W. A. SMOOT <* CO COMMISSION MERCHANT, Mil' IiKAI.FU IN GRAIN, FERTILIZERS, PLASTER, SALT AND FISII, No. 3 King Street, ALEXaVNDRIA, VIRGINIA. January 8, lHHll.—ly. ST 1.1 NCR & YOIIE, MAytTKii:Ti'iti-;RsANi)wiioi.K**Ai.Knii:„i.t:riHiN Cigars, Tobacco, PIEES, .fco. 40 and 101 Kins Street, ALEXANDRIA, VIRCINLV. October 2,1808.—8 m. /~UTY lIOTEL, WILLIAM 11. FRANI r°. PRornISTOR. Corner of Royal and Cameron Sts., ALEXANDRIA, Va. W. S. Ke_*er, Sup't. November lo l'BGft—ly. QRE UN'S MANSION HOUSE, Cor. Fairfax: and Cameron Sts., ALEXANDRIA VaV., JaUIES GREEN, PROrItILTOK. ' November 13,18C3.-Iy. JOICI. MII.I.IMi. A. A. HOl-KIKS. I'IKIMIOVr L.A.YD ACiEAVCY. MILLER & HOPKINS, LICENCEII REAL ESTATE IfROKERIS, C'UIaI-EI'ER (J. H.. VA. I*ll V !>< H Ol< IK X —Hajrl.y A, Stoftw, ORANOE C, li., VA. AIR. A. HOPKINS, has this day fomi - ,J - t - oda partnership with Joel Miller, (Ihe former sole proprietor of the Piedmont Land Agency al culdepcr Court House,! under the name and style of Miller.- Hopkins. Tills firm will devote all their cm-ricles to the development of this section »-y the sale ol lands, believing that to be the only man ner In which prosperity will be sasured i" us, and while their owu Interest is certllluly In view, they believe that interest depends upon the general pro»jierity of the country, und promise that Its development shall bo paramount .In the exercise of their influ ence and energies. Our object Is not tempo rary success, but we hope by a wide system oi advertising and oorrespondeceto build up an olllce, that will not only be of advantage to us, but to the country generally. Wo lii leud to visit Ihe North with statistics and endorsements and canvass the tkrmlngre aloiis. We shall publish letters and infor mation in regard lo ihe country, not only in the country paper, of the North, hut in tho liniliiiK City .li.KUii.als. We will.very soon complete arr,-iiiK<liii('iilk ly have the count rv vlsiteirby les'dljiir'.|<>fii'iialists, by scientific ami practical farmer.'., who will tild us In bringing Into notieo most prominently our section. We have seen tin- rapid prosperity of a grass country oyer all other sections, and we know from local ion, soil and clhr-ato, this particular section is destined lobe thickly settled and highly prosperous. It slmll be our ellofl to hasten that day. All that wo ask Is that lauds for sail shall be registered at our office, WH b accurate descriptions We will visit each place so registered, in order that we may lie able to represent It fully to our customers. We Invite all persons who desire to sell, to call on us, examine our correspondence and ability todoso. Seeoar terms, and coiuparo wllh any and all other Agencies. Persons desirous of having their farms placed in our bands, can have the saineat tetideiled to by calling at tho olllce ol the Na tive Virginian. ,_a ... . MILLER ft HOPKINK. Office Vt avorley Hotel, Culpeper C, IL, Va. FAItMS FOB SALE. no. n. Farm in Orange County, S miles east of the Court House, 8 miles from Rapidan staHon, on the 0., A. and M. Railroad, a miles from Fredericksburg und Charlottes, ill,. Hail road, same from Orange and Fredericksburg l'lnnkroail, containing 71(1 acres, .lull cleared with lUO rich low aronnils, soil amalgam of gray and red, producing finely all of the ce reals and grass. II Is located In the oelebrat ad limestone valley, plenty of limestone can bo procured upon It lo advantage; apple and peach orchard. The residence Is a hand some iramo, well located, commanding a view not. only of the farm bin a thickly set tled neighborhood. The place can „ easily divided Into three farms as there are three tenements on it with all necessary out build- I' , « , , ftt " M -' 1 * place. The timber can also be divided to suit. The cleared land is now di vided into five fields with water in each Held. There is also a fine sito for a Mill with it very short dam. The stable nearly new with room for twelve horses. Neighborhood the very best. rVO. *»§. Farm In Orange County, containing 20s) a cres in nearly a sipiare, with about half of It arable, about ID acres well timbered with oak. pine and chestnut, 110 or 111 acres new land but in second growth, having been cut oil by Gen. Lee's army in *(W andiji- fenc ing good as usual, a never-failing creek runs though the cleared land for about nine bun. died yards, about 18 acres of low grounds that will produce as much bay as any other land, a vein of limestone runs ih rough the entire length of the farm, In some places In a foot of the surface; a suitable place fori, lime kiln can lie had near the vein with wood and sloue in 150 yards; 1000 cords of wood might lie used Irom the place without missing it In making lime; it might be car ried to the railroad, not (julte two miles oli, and sold for good prices. If lies three miles South of Orange C. 11. and two miles from Madison Run Station, 0., A. and M, Hall road, convenient to churches, shops, mills _,mi schools. The improvements eousist of a framed dwelling house with four rooms, beside the hall, store-room" and closet; the basement Is of brick, the whole plastered and painted ; framed meat house, log kilch en, corn crib and barn of newn logs, stable and cow shelter, all having been built In the last few years; excellent garden newly en closed, three acres of low grounds enclosed, suitable for cranberries; grasses are Indige nous to the soil, orchard of 30 or .0 young peach treesjust commenced bearing, iw-ive young apple trees, blue plum und damson trees beariug. Price 819 per acre cash, or *21 per acre one half cosh balance In one and 2 years with In terest. No. 79. A farm of 300 acres, sltnatcd In Orange County, ten miles from the Courthouse, fear the Plank Road to Fredericksburg and within three miles of the Fredericksburg and Charlottesville Railroad, now under contract, already graded and rails purchas ed. The soil Is gray with red subsoil, or an amalgam of gray and red and of the best character, adapted especially to wheat, corn, tobacco, trult and grass; the most of it is well taken In blue grass, tlmothv nnd clov er., Plue grass, which in this section is the be*t for grazing, grows spontaneously and luxuriantly on marly tin> whole farm. Al most all of tlie open land is In good condi tion and a large part of It In n high state of cultivation producing line crops, especially of wheat, it Is well enclosed with oak rail iences and has fine water In every field.— About 65 sores;Of the tract ;are in original timber, oak, hickory and pirn- the balance cleared. The only building is a tobacco bouse 00 x2O I'eeCbuilt about 12 years. This larm is hellovcda_ idler Inducements In the .luullly and cuit-ptlniiaf soil, abundance and con veitience of li tuber, water, <£c, which are . rarely combined in one of like size. . Churches, schools,mills, shops, it-c., near. Price, #25 per acre, one-third cash, balanco In one and two years with interest. No. SO. A farm containing il7 acres, located elev en mileS:C.'ist of Orange C. H., Bmiles from the Fredericksburg and Charlottesville It. R., now in course of construction, in one of the most fertile sections of Orange County: soli of excellent quality lor wheat and other fraln crops, and especially adapted,to grass. niproveiuents consist of n good dwelling house of nine rooms and passages and base ment containing dining room and store rooms, large and convent en ratable and barn, g.Kid kitchen and houses for laborers, fine Ice house, excellent corn bouse nnd other ne cessary out-houses. These buildings areol [ excellent material and all In good condition. A spring of excellent water near the house; a TANNERY on the farm, built in IS«2, wll h ' one building 21 x 60 feet, another 20 .x 80 feet, ; about Ho vats, with houses for tanner; SOOap , pie trees, most, of them select fruit, about 100 ' peach trees, a vineyard with 250 grape vides, beside other fruit. The above orchards have ? been selected, planted and attended with , great care aud expense and aro really desir able. The farm has about lotl acres of good tlmberand an abnndance of excellent'wa . ter. All the fields are under good fences.— Two mills convenient, one a corn the other a com and flouring mill. Churches, schools, * shops, Ac. very convenient. Price 830 per acre. .%'«►. 81. A House and Lot at Orangs C. 11. The lot contains about a half acre of ground, tho house Is a two story brick dwelling, with two rooms on the first, and three on tho second floor, and an excellent basement dl , nlng room, with closet and dairy room at tached. The kltch.nls of brick, wllh font '■ rooms. A Well of fine wateris with In twenty • feetof the house, lthasallnecessaryoutbulld ; lugs. All of which are in good order. 1 Price 83000, ono-bulf oash, balance in 8 and 12 months, NO. Vi. A two story frame Store-houso and Lot at Orange C. H., 00 feet front with a depth of 100 feet. The Store room Is 18 x 32 feet, with a dry cellar running the entlro length of the house. On the second floor there aro two well lighted rooms. Price 82000, one half cash, balance in 8 and 12 months. FOR PERFECT FITTING SHIRTS, CAM. AT J. W. 11 I' T « II IS O \* S . aai W. Baltimore Street. BALTIIIOBE, MO, DIRECTIONS for self-measurement by mall. Bairtples mado subject to ai> prov-al. July 2, ISfIH.- JVOTICE. ALL peiso.is indebted to Ihe estate of It. M. Chapman, deceased, are earn est |y requested locome forward with as Tit tle delay as possible and settle their lm 1 . i.t odness, in accordance witii the lale I'ld'-i'of General StoDeman, and thereby save oosts. |\V. of R. M. Chapman,'., eased January 8, 1860. W"\NTE~IL —10.U0OpoundsTieaiTe i • ton Rags: 1000 Mink skins; 10,1100 R«b liii skins; loon Muskrai skins; lorn Fox skins for which I will pay the highest price in cash or goods. E. W. KINCI—LI_. Nov. 29,1867, 3000 X.-ugrarliiK« ; I"H< I'ujjt-s ttuir- \ to. Price $11t. I 10,000 Words and Meanings not in tdhcr Diction- \ ries. Viewed as a who*, we are oouftdent th-.t no other living langßarge has a dictionary wliich so fully and faithfully sets forth its present condition as this lasl edition of Wcb ■ter lines llmi ot oar written mill spoltea English tongue.— Harper's Majgasine. These three books are the sum total of an at libraries: the Bible.Shakespeare.and W<■lister's' 1t,,,/at Quarto.-- ( 'hlcago Evening Journal Tin; Nuw Webster is glorious—lt is per fect —it distances and denes com potion—it leaves ss>thlngtobed_sln d. -J. 11. ItuyrnonV, LI., lb. President 111,..,- CoUege, Ihe most us.litl and remarkable rusty, a diiim of human knowledge In our language.— ll'. A*. Clarke, PrcsiduntMass.Ac/iicutliiiiill\il. lege. U I. IIS I I It -s VITION.W. PICTORIAL DIC-' TIO.VIIIY. HMO I'ski-s Octavo. UllO I'uitru. in:: . I'ricc *o. Tho work is really a gem of a Dicstonjmm Jusl the thing for the mlln_.''— American' Educational Mi,nt lily. "In many re-pecis, this l-ictiomu-v is the iiiosl convenient ever published.- Rochesh r Democrat. "As tt manual of reference, it Is eminently fitted lor use In families and schools."— Jf, V Jrtbwne. "It Is altogether the best treasury of words of Us size which tin- English language bus ov er possessed.— Hartford Presi." Published by v. A. C. MKRRIAM, April 16, l-i... .-I'l'iiigiield, Mass. WEDDEBBIfRN, SttOTTS.* CO.v (.LU DOMINION LAND AGENCY, Ofllce, nasals Hull, cor. kin:, nnd Kojttl su., ALEXANDRIA, VA., PERSONS havinir Real Estafo for. -s- sale of any description whatever, will* Und it to Mielr advantage to place il iv oui 1 ' liands as soon as possible. We have facilities for AfiYl.*,ltTlsi>fo fornlnel kg in nun l,el, nnd for negotiating sales, ol all property Intrusted to us, uusur passed by any Real Estate j.gency in tho country. From time to lime We issue <'rec of charge in pamphlet form a catalogue of Farms ami Lands, which we have for sale, and distri bute them through ihe country generally uiul in all cases mi charges will be made un less a sale li effected, Parties I n search til 'desirable Lands, Farms uud Residences Will do well logivl-usa call _, WEIJIiERIiUItN, SHOTTSi-i CO. ' May 11, tMi "~SP2I Nti Ji-HD aUMjqCB, !*».' ' JOHN B. CUKTIS, Merchant Tailor, ORANGE COUBT lloi'si-:, va., EESPKC Ti'CLLY announces to his customers, friends and the public gener ally, that be has jusi received the largest anil best selected stock of Cloths, 4 Ac i vet- brought to this niarkcl,which lieis pre pared toiuiikiup at the shortest notice and on lite most reasonable terms. Thankful for past patronage, he solicits a continuance of the same, pledging hlmsell for the future, as in the past, to use his lies, endeavors to glvoentire satisfaction. Terms positively CASH. May 7, IMP. "___ greatluano, paiiloiTouoavST' /NO MUSICAL INSTRUMENT" I. VIA HI,IMI Ml: VI 111 Til,-. Mil 111 ESTABLISHED IN 1852, TNI WASHINGTON, T). C. TjV)UR stories and bascnu-r.t devoted -*- exclusively to the business-. Al.v-.vs on' hand over HXi Pianos, new and second band, ranging in price from 850 to Sswi. I buiua new and wurrunted at $300 and upwards.—' Hole agents for ten best establishments o thecouutry. Correspondence soli. ited. Mu sic, Books, CatiUogues and all small articles . sent by mail. JOHN X ELLIN, New Iron Front, 300 Pennsylvania Avenue, near 10th Street, October 9,:_8. THE YIRUIMA FIRE AIVI) MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. (CUARTKRED 18o*>.) Actual Capital $175,000 JNSL'EES against FIRE at current rates. Insures against Marine Losses, as for tblr ty-slx years past on fair terns. We Invite a si ill larger share oi public pat ronage, assuring our , iiizeus thai their Inter est W-U be advanced while bestowing it. W. L. COWARDIM, President. W. U. WILLIAMS, Agent, Orange Court Holism Jtiy3llSfls,—lf. G'HISA, (iLASS AND EARTHENWARE 1.. J. MI LLEK , 0» 14 In); Street,' AI.EXaVNDRIA, VIRGINIA,* TS now receiving liiu Spring stock of -•-goods, to which ho invites tho attention' of Lie merchants of Orange anil dealers gen erally, as he Is salislleil lie can supply litem with all they want In his line upou as rea sonable terms as any other bouse in Ihe country. WINDOW GLAHS of all sizes con stantly on hand; PETTY, in bladder; li iAL OIL LAMPS in great variety; CHIMNEYS of all kinds; Wicks and liurners; STo.NE WARE at factory prices, *c, Ac. Call and see for yourselves at (Jo King St. March 2(1, IXoo.—fan. wmeMtst -tq WMMmmmM.. ANDREW COE'S SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME. 90 (V\(\ LISS - J ,lst received dincl —U,AA_r\J f r „ ln the factory, wliich I will furnish to fanners at the lowest price it, can be sold in Baltimore, Itlchmond or Alexan dria. Farmers can be supplied with any quantity as cheap as i hey can be anywhere: All I ask is a call. 'Ibis Phosphate is very highly recommended by those who have used it on Wheat, Corn, Oats, Potatoes, dec. Ills, considered by many to be equal to Peru. lai_ Ouiino. E. W. KINCHELOE. August 21,18fi8. — 3_. ING'S FRENCH STEAM CLEANINU' E3T.YBLISIIMENT, AID A(. 1. \ t' V II »■ Till*: STATEN ISLAND DYE WORK'S, (The best in ..merica,) Is at T34 Ma 111 Sect, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. 1 TXIOK the first-class premium in li.il ' -*• timoro, at the .Mechanic s Fair. Established In 1557. Deceinfi.'i- 1, lslis— ly. ~ YOU (AN FIND AT 8A.1,1 DWINS Con Ui n aud loth s feet s RICHMOND, VIRGINIAjf A SUPBRB LOT OF CLOTHING,' • ITX KfjIIALLED in fabric, cut and i -La workmanship. They believe inanlm-. bio sixpence, rather than a slow shilling.— 1 Col! and see them. June 12,1863. Dr. E.W. Row, THYSICIAN AND BURGEON, OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL 4 services to the community. OFFlCE—Opposite Dr. D. H. Talicferio'e Drug Store, ORANUE C. IL, Va. November 15,1867.—1y. "'FIIEi_rTNDI.iELI.VBLE GARDEN SEEDS , OF ALL VARIETIES JUST received and for sale low by H. D. TALIAFERRO ft SON. March 5, IRU9. ANY one in want of Wagoner .v. Mat - thews' Drill will be acoi undated by applying to the subscriber al Madison linn Station, or lo Mr. I*. A. SJofswood, Rapldan station. Certificates of merit on application. April it, isini.—"Jin. WM. i . SCOTT. WOT It E. ALT. persons indebted to ne will con fers :I'.at t'aviirolt Ill.v Creditors 1... p.i.V li.g me money,as 1 wish to pay i hem. j. June I. MB, K~W Kl.Ni'Hl.i.iiF. PAY liP. ALT. persons indebted to mc lire etiri. --i-nil. requested to sellle their accounts as l iiuisi have m< mej . January IS, 18M. It. U, ecu* luff. IH.oli.l's, "vi a-iin-. Harrows, Ac, repalnsl on liberal terms, at Madlaui p rif+Vno. W-U. J. lII.UIUNU pr//4 /iC9.—"in.