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(.'nine, look ut the dainty darling!
As fresh a. » new blown rose: From the top of bis head so golden, To tin- dear littlejroitlses toes: You enii tell by the dancing dimples, lly the smiles Hint come anil go, He is keeping n wond-dil secret You'd give half your kingdom lo km.v. Now kiss him i.i. cheek a nl forehead, And kiss him on Up and chin; The tittle red mouth's hiding Th* rarest of pearl, within. Ah, leal when Ihe lips in smiling Have parted their tender red ; Do you sue I in- liny whit, jewel, Bet duep in its coral bed? Now Where are :!:>.- sage reporters, Who wait by in,inlet and hill, To tell tbe listening nation The news of Its good or ill? Come weave Willi your idle gossip 1 This golden blossom of truth— Just half a year old tins momin'j, etna mw tittle pearly tvuih ! —— 111. veiiniiJJ .littll —,1 *-,-lllcl. Tie lowest cla»» of society— Dwarf*. Tho piece festival—A quilting psi li. A romance of the middle age — An old maid's Jove letter. Burying peopls before they sro dead is called a grave mistake. Opening performance—Oyster nian's signs. Hlood toll*—especially on one's shirt-bosom. Why ii a loaf of bread like a toad? Answer. Ilecause it raises s ith hope. Things not to he mingled—love liquor, account*, and your neighbor's all'airs with your own. Why I* General Grant* family like an old tin pail? Heca ne there are so many Dent* ln|lt. Do the best you esn where yon are; snd when tl at i« done you will sec an opening for something betler. A young lady in Illinois having a dose "to be taken before going to * bed," set up until she got weii, so as not to take it. Volsge, who is a single man, is generally considered honest, hut says there are times when- hi* lingers have itched t.a "book" a dress. Mr. Simms says if it wasn't for the hole iv the hoop you couldn't put It on the barrel, snd the bairel wosltl burst. A Kansas psper, sneering at the stupidity of s conteinpoiar., **ys; "The be*t thing lis got otl this week is a dirty Shirt." The weather I* cold at Lamarle. A young woman choked with a bit ol ice the other day, and the doctor decid ed that nothing could be done to re move the obstruction until Spring. A l»dy was recomeuding to a gentleman s medicine for the gout. "I know many who praise It to the skies," she said. -No doubt madam," said lie; "for it has sent many to the skies to praite it." *******\ A country paper «ays that the other day an Irishman wa* called up in a case of assault and battery, and when s»ked by the magistrate what be said remarked, "I said with the toe ol my boot, "Go home." A dairyman was awakened one nighl by a wag with the announcement that hi* ben cow wa* chocking. He forthwith jumped up to *aye the life ol Crumple, when lo ! he found a turnip ■gMi in the mouth ot hi* pump. 11 has its met. He serves bald headed »iniiei« awake at "Tl" on a warm d*y, so that their un t ■ * te ,%r*ted hearts may he touched by eburc,rcaehed word. thc < u_l__ VVo nRn '* a ~elu* i on ! "' exelalna ■Uty old bachelor to a witty "And man is slways hng- * or other," was tiie 7? ul, f.ply." «— Said an astronomer to a bright eyed girl, when talking ot rainbows: I "Did you ever *oe a lunar how miss?" "I have se.n beaux by moonlight sir, it that's what you mean," wsb the sly re joinder. A t. Rock Island, Illinois, a little foundling has been placed in the poor home snd they have nsiiied it Giant. The poor house is had enoiign for au Innocent child, without blasting it* hopes by attaching such a handle to it. A Kentucky paper «ays that in Rowan county crow* sra thus exter minated: "Several grains ot corn sro struug upon a horse hair, which wnen swallowed, causes a tickling sensation in tlie crow* throat. In hi* efforts to get it up the crow invariably scratches hi* head off." A woman once went home from church praising the sermon and some one said to her: "Where was the text/"' She had forgotten. '-Well, what do you remember ?" "O," said she, "I remembered to burn up mv half-bushel !" She kept store, and us ed a false measure. She hnd beard a _ goo.i sermon. Some time since a gentleman died in the town of L h. who du ring life refined to believe in another world. Two or three weeks after hi* demise his wife received through a tne diiun, a eoinmunieatioti which road a* follow*: "Dear wife, I now believe. Please send me my thin clothes nnd a bsrra. of ic* water." Somebody relates a good story Ota couple of boys, who having been hunting all day as they drew nesi home, passing by the old Village ineet iiig-house. Seeing Borne object psrcli ed upon the steeple, one of tie boys fired at it and brought down s huge owl tumbling to the ground. Hi* younger companion, ehoeked at what seeiuedaiiacl.it *acrilego exclaimed: "Oh. Bill ! you've done gone and shot a cherubim !" Shortly after the recent grest rain-storuii and freshet In the -New England States, a resident ol Boston, who owned a mill property in Maine di*patched au agent to a*certain the condition of hi* property, lly due course of mail he recived the following reply: * ••Dear Sir—l arrived here this morn ing-found the \lam' by the mill 'site,' but no mill by a dam site." An Irish boy trying hard to get a place denied that he was Irish. I don't know what you mean by not -' being an I rit,hnian,"._ai.l the gentleman who was about to hire him; "but (his I do know, tUat you were bom in Ire land." "Och ! your honor If thac'i all, .mall blame that. Suppose your old eat had kitten*in the oven, would they b» loaves cf bread '<'• Ihe boy got ths place. PIANO, PARLOR ORGAN, AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENT EBTADLS.IIMK.VT OF TIIE SOUTH ESTABLISHED AN 1852, IN WASHINGTON, T). C. YOUR stories sambasement devoted -A exclusively (otllWllUsilleS!,. Alwvy.On hand over lOUl'lnnoa. new and second band ranging In pri , | (UK) g ' i.ii.l upwards.— .mollis',, I. Mil an.l all su, ,l ii tides •il. JOHN P. Eld.is, »*W i i unsvlvavia I . near loth Bti . ITLFEPER FEMALE INSTITUTE. ■ CULPEPER Q 11., v \. THE exercises ol this School will he A resumed on the first .Monday Septem ber. 18(18, und close the last Friday in June ISH, natllS I'KH IBBSIOB or tun BIIBIIIS _ I Elementary English, * - - jrio.io Higher •■ .... ,n _J Language., Anclent(and Modern (each) 20 00 Music on Guitar, ----- '/aw Me li on Piano, ts ~i Drawing Palntfng on Can vn.., Grecian Ori ental, at PT ,lessors prices. Board, including fuel, lightaand washing per month, - - . 2-H1 All charges payable one-half al ths begin ing of the session, the balance on Hie Brs of Is I'liliin Tlie services Of Mr. .!, I'ollel', ,'iil c\pcri cnei .1 Artl.t, bavebeeu secured for the Or namental Department. The Principal lin*. lug had liderable ex perience in lueliiig Si'ininaii, -, ul high '-rri'le, i i win i-anied thereby in the convic tion ol bis ability to give satisfaction. Feel ing Individually responsible for Un Instruc tion of those committed to hi. charge, tie do* sins io assure all who are disposed to pat ronize the school, that none but competent and experienced i- Etchers will lie employ ed, and thai every department, r.oth of instruo tton-uid government. Will be under hi. su pervlslo.. if is his desire and determina tion to make the inslitiili a-,. classl'V ai i c ..■mfiiury, and be real itull.v solicits tile (llionaiie and co-op' rat ii.o oi Hie Ii i. n.la of education In ibis . -niiiiiiuiiiiy ineecuring this result. Address, -N. PENlCK,Principal, MATHEMATICAL AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOB BOYS, AT Till; FAUQUIER Wi I ITH SULPHUR Sl'ltl NGB (SO miles from Washington, D. C, li miles fern ii Wuir, ntoii, Vn. r PHE session begins Ist October, and A ends Ist of July. Pupils admitted at any time, nnd charged from date oi entri The I oca lion Is one of unsurpassed beauty. There is no more healthful portion of Vir ginia. The water of the Springs Is noted for Its nie.lii inui virtue. Ttiesclinol is in the mills: ,i .1 highly re fit oil und intelligent community, 'Tlie nee.im mo. hit ions a i.--up. a ior, perhaps, to those ot vii.v school in lin Slute. The Instructors are gentlemen of ability and experience. T_.it.ifs chii session at Ni.N-i: months : For Roiu-il und Tuition $275, payable one. liiilfin advance and the balance on the first oi February. There are no extra charges — Address \v. LATHAM Jit., Fauquier White Sulphur Spring., \.i Tuition uionc ISO—Latin and Greek each lie extra. Uni virus icy of Vihuinia Aug. 2,"., MS, I have Jlong known Mr. W. Latham, Jr., first as v student und then as a teacher. For the business of teaching Mr. L. haa unusual qualifications, both us n scholar and for apt iiess io Instinct—and in this I express the uniloriii opinion Of lay colleagues, viitb whom Mr. Latham studied st tins Universi ty. Icor.lialiy recommend him to those who are careful to procure tha best Instruction tor their children, ns a gentleman who may ■ be relied on to do well und faithfully what ; ever lie may be willing to un.ten,ike. W. 11. McGUFFEY, Sept. li), I'M!). Prof. Moral Phil 18t>.). 13 SOUTH ROYAL STREET, 13 E. 11. € .LARKSON'S STOVE WABSBOOMS. [ r rill'_ catalogue for this fall consists of A tho following STOVES for cooking: The IRONSIDES Furmer, Excel.ior, Columbia, Continental, Planter, Prise, Amity, Waver ly, Win. Fell, Charm, Carroll, Cook nud Miner; also, llio Victor, Umpire and Porta -1 ble Range. For Parlor, Hall, Chamber and Dining • Room .stoves, we have the Morning Glory, i Gem, Bouquet, Ac; also a full lot of Cumber , hind i uni si iiy-.-s, Ac., all of which has given 1 such entire satisfaction for the past four years that It is useless tot us to say anything , except to warrant every article to please th. 1 purchaser. . Prices to suit the times. | Rooting, Guttering and spouting douo at Short notice. A general assortmeut of Tinware, Hollow I Ware, 4c All orders promptly filled. All orders from Orange and adjoining ' v jantlessolielted. E. 11. CLARKSON, Mi.J, 1809.—1y. TO THE WORKING CLASS.-We are now prepared to furnish all clause.with oonstant l employment at homo, the whole of tti. , time or for the spate moments. Business new, light and profitable. Persons of either ' sex easily earn irom o'Jc. to So per evening, ' and a pi-oportloual sum by devoting tu.it whole time to the business, Roys nnd girls earn nearly* as much ns rnon. That all who - see this notice may send their address, ami - tes. the business, we make this unparalleled , offer: To such as are not well satisfied, we Will send Sl to p__y torthe trouble of writing. 1 Full particulars, a valuable sample, wnk-h will do tocoinmence work on, and a copy of The People', Literary ionipiinii.ii —one of the largest and best family newspapers publish ed—all sent free by mail. Reader, if you ' want perinaiient.pi-ofltulile work. I - Address K. (J. ALLEN A CO., 1 _Nov. 5, IStiO—3m. Augusta. .Mains. CHEAP GUMS FOB TH E PEOPLE 7 Double Barrel Shot <__ iiits. IRON T barrel, plain finish. §10 00 Twist. " " " lac i Fine Twist " " " 17 IK) ' Steel Twist, " Fine " SM 00 1 Auiei'icau Homogeneous steel Snoo American Breech Loaders, atec., (woo Revo', vein for cartridge or powder and ball, 9 00 Sporting Rifles, all sizes, 112 toßooo less shot (Inns, 3.")!) to 20 00 AU kinds of Grans and Pistols made to or* dci. Large assortment on baud. Order* by mail promptly filled, send for Catalogue. WANTED.—Army Rifles, Carbines and Revolvers, bought anil traded for. Address ,1. 11. JOHNSTON, Ureal Western Gun Works 179smithllel.l street, Pittsburg, Pa. June I, i860.—,11,1. BURKES IRON WORKS, STACNTON, VA. J. E. ROLLINS, rir__| W. A. IHRHE, IROX FOL'XDER, M.AIiLMST, AMI MAMTA. I I'ltKll OF STOVES, HOLLOW WAI.I_, PLOWS, MILL SHARING, IRON RAILING, As. CJPECIALTY.—The oelebrated Liv- U Ingsion liough. All kind 10l repaii work done promptly und on moderate term . July 8, 1888.- 3m. FURCr.I,I,, I.Al>_» &t.0., DIITJGGISTS, DBALZBB IN MEDICINES, C'lll-Ltiai'Aß.S PHYSICIAN'S SUPPLIES AND OUTFIT PALMS, OILS, DIES, VARNISHES, FRENCH WINDOW GLASS, AGENCY FOR VIROINIA SPRINGS WATER 080888 I'KOMl'Tl.v ..xki'l.ted. Villi Main Street, Corner Thirteenth, RICHMOND, VA. Noveinli.il- l.'i, LsOS. —tlin* ~ -EEL ± WG'S" F BEN MI STEAM CLE AN IN ESTABLISH.ML.NT, ANII A OKNOT OF Till! STATEN ISLAND DYE WORKS, (The best in America,) is :.t T34 main Street, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. HPOOK the Bret-class premium In Bat* -*- tin.ore, at tbe Mechanic's Fair. Established in 1<,7. it.■"■ nib ' i.i BS—ly. DENTISTRY. .1. IV. SCBIBNEB, IL IL S., A OBADUATE ol the Baltimore ■xt- Denial , oils .having permanently 10 -. at. d i.i Orange C.H., Va..solio its me patronage of hi, ii eiils i '111 ''Mrael-a__Wl_____r-_r_. 1 ed wii'iii.in pain te, Ihe use , NitrouaOxideGas. . guaranteed in nil operal lons. Willvisii Gordonsville tile flrsl Monday in each month uud remain a few days if neces sary. April 28, iB6O. ' < RI_S( E\T GAS GEHEBAfOB A GAS LIGHT FOR EVERY FAMILY. ! ~KO Lnjimuey, smoke or grease for use A~ with IbeCresceiit oil. For safety, hiil liuucy ami cheapness, tn.- above light is un surpassed. The undersigned have purchased the right, for the above Has Generator, forth is comm and have a supply of hem and Ihe i ns,, ~| Ou, on band and for sale, i all and see them runt give it v trial. IL D. TALIAFERRO ,t Si >N Jim. 82' SB. braggarts. Xj'Olt SALE.—Two young- Mules tor -a ly. F. T. TALIAFEKIio. Augi.stO, ISW. .loin. Mii,i.]:i:. a. a. hoi-kin-. PIEDMONT LAMD A6SMCT. MILLER A HOPKINS, I.ICENCI'ID REAL ESTATE 1'.1.0K Fits, CULPEPKH C. 11.. VA. MIIAACII OFl'lC-:—Bagby *. Slof.c, ORANGE C IL, '• A. Mil A. HOPKINS, hai thfi day form ed a partnership with Joel Miller,(tiie tor r sole proprietor of the Piedmont band Agency at Culdej er i lourl IJouse,) under the name aud style oi Miller A Hopkuia, l ns linn w ill .levoie all their energies tn the development ol this section by th. of hinds, believing that to be tho only ma is ncr in wiiu h prosperity will be aasuredto us, in ii I w h.h Ineir own in. i.'L is eei'tuiril'. In vie..', they bellovo that Interest dep upon Ihe general prosperity of the counti) . ;.lld J-l ■i in Is.- I i.:il, ll . .lev. loplllellt shell 1.,. paromounf In the exercise of their Infits . i and energies. Our object is not tempo* rary success, but we hope by a wide system of advertising and correspoudoco to build up au oi'iite, that will not oiily be of ml v an luge i.ii i, luit lo the country generally. We in tend to visit the North with statistic, and endorsements und canvas, the tanning re gions. We sh.si publish letter* and infor mation in regard to Ihe eouuti >-, not unly In Hi innlry pap.v- of the North, but In the ng ciiy Journal*, We uiit very soon complete arrangement, to bine the country v ialted by leading Journalists, bi sclentltl. and practical farmers, who will aid us in bringing lntonotloc mosi prominently our si el ion. We have seen the rapid prosperity of a .raw country over all other .notions, and ws know from local ion, soil and climate, this particular section I. destined to be thickly settled n\o\ highl) prosperous, ti lhall bo our effort to hasten ilnif day* All thai wh sale Is that lan.is i, .r.-aie shall be registered ai .mr office, wiih accurate descriptions, We will visit each place so registered, In order thai we may Oe al.le lo 1. present it fully to onr customer*. We mv ii. nil persons v. ho desire to sell, to cull on us, exiiinineoiii'eorres]..unlelice ami ability iini.' so. seeoui- terms, and compare Wll b any and all oilier Agencies. I'ersoiis desirous of having their farms placed in our hands, can have the same aS* lend."l.ii to by calling at ths oilice of Ihe Na tive Virginian. MILLER A HOPKINS, Oiliee Win ci Icy Hotel, Culpepor C. 11, V Aril.', INo'.'. FARMS FOR SALE. M*>- ft. Fiu-ni in Orange County, g miles east of the court House,., miles from HapidunStation, on Ih.-0., A. and M. Railroad, 2 miles from , Fredericksburg nnd Charlottesville iin.il ri.ii.l, same irom . Irange uud Fredericksburg 1 l'lunl.road, oontatning HO acres, fiuocleored With 100 rich low grounds, soil amalgam of gray and red, producing finely all ot the ce reals and grass, li Is located in theoelebrat ■ ad limestone valley, plenty of limestone can i be procured upon it to advantage; apple and peach orchard. The residence Isahand • some frame, well located, coiiiinundiiig a view not only of the iiuni but a thickly set* 1 tied neighborhood. The place can be easily ■ divided Into three Harm* as 1 here are three tenements on it with all necessary out build ' lugs at cacti place. The timber can also bs J divided to suit. The cleared laud Is now .11 --' vide.l Into live li. Ids with water lv each Held, There l* also a Hue site tor a Mill with it very short dam. Tiie stable nearly new with room for twelve horses. Neighborhood 1 the very best. ItfO. _§. Farm In Orange Oounty, containing JO7» --■» ere* in nearly n s.|iiare, with about half of it arable, about Sl acres well timbered with oak pine and chestnut, an or id acres new Ininl i.in in second growth, having been cut off by ...en. Lee's army In '68 and ■ :■ feno* 1 ing good aa usual, a never-fail ing creek run. a though the clear. .1 land foraboul nine liun* i, dred yards, about -S acres of low grounds •• that will produce as niueli liny us any other d land, v vein ot limestone runs through iho .- entire length of the tana, In some places In a toot of the surihoe j a suitable place ior* X lime kiln can be had near the vein with ', wood and .tons lv iin yards; 1000 cords of '- wood inl-riil lie us,,l trom the place without ii ml sing il In making llmej It might be car i- ried to the railroad, not quite two miles oif S and sold foi good prices. It lies three miles . (South of Orange c. 11. and two miles from Madison Run station, 0., A. and M, Rail road, convenient to churches, shops, mills .t und schools. The Improvements consist of alTnmed dwelling house with four rooms w beside the hull, store-room and closet- tin* I,a lenient is oi I,ink, the whole plastered und painted ; trained meat house log kiteh g en, com crib and barn of newn logs, stable and cow shelter, nil baying been built In the last few years; excellent garden newly en closed, three acres of lowgrouuds encl I - suitable tor oranberries; grasses nous to the soil, orchard of 80 or -il) young peach trees just commenced bearing, twelve \ young apple trees, blue plum and damson • Irees bearing. • Price SIS per acre oash, or 131 per acre ono halt cash balance In one and J years with l__i r terest. i Xo. . s>. s A farm of 200 acres, situated in Orange 3 County, ten miles from ihe Court-house,, I near the Plank Hood to Fredericksburg and 1 within three miles of tho Fredericksburg s and Charlottesville Railroad, now under . contract, already graded nnd railspurohas* i cd. The ss'l Is gray with red subsoil, or an f amalgam of gray and red and of the best • character, adapti d especially to wheat, corn, - tobacco, fruit and gi'ass; the moat of it Is l well taken lv blue grass, timothy anil clov er. Bluegrass, which in tins section is th. best tor grazing, grows spontaneously and luxuriantly on nearly the whole torrn. ai - most all of the open land li in good condi tion and a large pail of It In a high .'Sate of cultivation, producing flue crops, ospeciollv o!Wheat, it is well dosed with oak rail ") fence, and has line water in every field.— a VboutSa acres ofthe tract are in original 0 timber, oak, hickory and pine, tliebalanoe 0 cleared. The only building (_ ~ tobacco o house 60 xSS test, bulif about 13 years. This o larm is believed to oiler Inducements in the quality and condition efsoil, abundance and g convenience of timber, water, _kc, which nre 0 rarely combined in one of like .Ire. 0 Chun ~ selliads, mills, shops, A,-,, near. Price, r_ii pern.-re, one-third cash, balance y In one and two years with Inter, t. j l-o. SO. A farm containing (17 acres, locatedeler. en miles cam of Orange C. 11., :i miles from Ihe Fredericksburg and Charlottesville 1.. „ It., now in course of istructlon, in one of the most fertile sections of Orange County; . soil of excellent quality for wheal nnd other grain crops, and especially adapted to gi'ass. Improvements consist of a good dwelling house of nine rooms nnd passage, and base men! containing dining room und store rooms, large nml convenient stable and barn, good kin hen and houses for laborers, line Ice house, excellent corn house and oilier ne cessary oiit-h..u-es. 'These buildings are of excellent material and all In good condition. A spring of excellent water near the house; a TANNERY on the Sum, built In t: _!. wit. one building 21 x 80 feet, another SO :c 80 feet about 33 vats, with house, for tanner: 300 ap ple trees, mosi of them select fruit, about nij f.each trees, a < Ineyard with 360 grape vldes, le.slde other fruit. The above orchard* hay* t been selected, planted and attended with great care and expense nml are really desir able. The form has alioiil In:, aei cs'of good tiiuhcruit.l an abundance of excellent wa ter. All flu- Held* rile under good leliees.— Two mills coil',, tii,nl. one a corn Hie other v eoi'ii und flouring mill. Churches,schools shop., Ac. very . onvonisat. * Price r-'.'il pcrneie. l-o. 83. A two story frame store-house nnd Lot ai (.range (.'. 11., B0 tee! front with a depth of 100 feet. The Storeroom Is 18x82feet, with a dry cellar running the entire lengihofthe house, . in the second floor there uro two well lighted rooms. Price 82000, one half cash, balance In Oand 12 months. c. n.'si'K^-ir&'sosr, - Merchant Tailors l AND oxiOTriiHHa, No. 1300 Main Street, RICHMOND, VA. WE nre now icceivinjf our stock ol Fall ami winter Cloths, Cassimerss and Vesting*, and Invite nil persons in want of good Clothing to give v. a call before pur chasing elsewh. . . We keep always on band a full I me of (jen tleiiieu's Furnishing (foods, embracing al tbe latest Novelties. Remember the old stand, corner of UeJa and Thirteenth streets. E. 11. BPENCE 4 son, I.l'K) Main Street, lii,-lu,loud, V_ October 22, BTOTICB. ALL persons Indebted to the estate ... it. M. Chapman, d. re eorn e-t i., requested to come forward wll nni lit tle delay ss possible and lettie their indebt c.!icss, iii accordance with the late order ol General Stoneman, and thereby save costs, W. ii. CHAPMAN', Exe iilor. of it. M. Chapman, v eoaod Jsnuary 8, IStiO. WAXTE1 1 10,000 pounds clean oo en Bags; 1000 Mink Skins; io,n.«i Rab bi! skins; 11mil Mn.kral skins; HKHI l-'ox Skins, for which I will pay the highest price in cast! or goods. E. Yl\ KINCHELOE. Nov. _M, lstiT. HORSE COLLABS, TRACE CHAINS. WE have just received and are offer ing foi sal,- tiie targ. si and Hi-si com plete stock. : il"ise. o] la is ami Trace i lhaina ever offered In ibis market, nt prices that :ne h'.iind 1.. phase. Call and examine for yourself. \,. n. RiCKili is _t CO January -.'. CUT ii N'G Axes, long and *hor( hull die Shovels, long handle Pitch Forks boxes Axle Urease, jtlsr received and tor Sail by E. W. KI.NCHKLOIS. n-pfr.*iilmr 1.. lA/W I-.->_r , _'_"ir_ I gOCTOEHI. CO-ti. I'LANTEH WITH GUANO ATTACHMENT. J\ again calling the attention of Ihe Farm, rs of Virginia and adjoining Slates to this simple yel etfectlvo Implement, the subscriber beg. leave to say that ii ha. been groatly Improved for the eustUng season of isc.t. It Is now worked by achaiu band in st. ad "i a leather baud as formerly, thereby Insuring . more constant operation. Hy a very siutple adjustment it will drop corn at the distance, oi is Inches or :', let, together wiih any pulverised Fertiliser. Full printed directions accompany each machine. He would also call ahenl ion to ROUTT'S DOUBLE-SHOVEL PLOW, wiih Coulter and Briar Cutting Attachments. the latter especially adapted to any foul inn.is, whether with Briar*, Sassafras or wire Grass. Also, to HOI'TT'S DBAIN PLOW, Which coiuplelesnt one operation the double course of the ordinary plow, besides saving I gi enl deal of band labor. He lias ceiiifi.ales of many well-known termers, vouching for the strength and effi cient action of nil these implements, which will be furnished on application. ( As the senior partner iv ihe new concern Of A. I. Routt A Co., In' would return bis , tlni'iKs lon generous public for tbelr kind patronage In the past, and pledges unremitt ed exertions to maintain und increase that full confidence in tho future. A. I*. ROUTT A 00. Liberty Mills, Va., February 11', USB. liAiiiioi'iisvii.i.i:, Va., January 9, l.soo. I take great pleasure In recommending to the lui-inersof Virginia the Implement, con struct, d ..y A. P. Routt A Co. Mr. Routt is my eoiintyntan and neighbor, and I have bud ample opportunity ol testing bis skill us a mechanic, and bis untiring energy iv bis laudable effort* to saiisiy me community with well-ciiiisinicied nnd eit'eieiit imple ments, il. JOHNSON BARBOUR. CARPENTERIM. BOUSE BUILDING AND UNDERTAKING. r l'lll'_ undersigned desires to announce A to the public <>i Orange and the adjoining counties Hint be bus resumed bis former call ing, for which he was trained by years 01 study aud practical experience, and ii now prepared to do all kinds of CARPENTER'S WORK, HOUSE BUILD INO AXD ill 1.1. GEARING. I will contract for Public and Prirate Dwell iit'ts, furnish Desii/nsatiil Models, Mid perform nil i ue dunes required at anexperisuced and sUiiled architect. Persons desiring to constroet, repair or i m prove MILLS of any description, will do well to call on me, ns I am particularly acquaint ed with that branch of my business. 1 will also do the work of an UNDERTAKES and supply COFFINS of of such patternsand pre si's may in: desired by either the wealthy or the poor. All work shall be done promptly, neatly, faithfully and lv a workman iil.e manner, us I shall employ none but, tbe best bands, in a community where I have been so long and 1 f rust so well known, it is not neoessa r, Hint l should give a special reference or recommendation*, i refer to ihe work her. - totore done by me, ami nil I ask is a fair si,n:e oi the patroug* of my friends nnd nelgl-bor*. T. J. PEYTON. Align--! 7,1888 " C-BIKAA' S-ISTUIISI'-'KOi*-, By the Metropolitan Gilt Oe, CASH _I!'"-S TO Til M A.MUUNT OF JOOO. --000. r.vi:i:v thkkt praw,; a Piil..i:. 5 cash gifts, en.-li 130,000; 11) OBSh gifts, nacfli 10,000: 2a cash gills, each .1,000; 4(1 ■ ssll gifts; cinrll $1000; 200 cash gifts, each rf.100; li.ltK) cnab ■in-, each $100: 60 elegant rosewood Pianos, each -.>}o*_ to $700; 7,", elegant Rosewood liielo ■ ileon.-r, each $7fi to 8100; ._.".'.. Sewing .Machines ; each, -i::.! to 8176; 600 Gold Watches, each, ' 1800; Cash prizes, Silver Ware.Ac, vat ' ue.l at ti.oi'O.oo.i. I a. .-I.an.-c to drawany of ths above Prise* forSSo. Tlonetsde-KiribingPrises ntetealed ■ in Envelope, and well mixed. On reoelpt of 210. n Sealed Ticket is drawn Wilhoutehoies and sent by mall to any address, Thepriss named upon it will lie .1, Uv. red io the tick- < i it-bold. ion payment oi One Dollar. prizes \ are immediately sent to any address by ex press or return mail. You will know what your Prize Is before you payforit. Any Prise exchanged for an other uf same rutoe. No Planks', oiir pat rons can depend on fair dealing, Ri.|.-Klinsi'i-.s:—We select the following from many who have lately drawn Valuable Prizes und litiull. permit us to publish ihejn: . A ml lew .1. Bui lis, Chicago, $10,000; Miss! flora s. Walker. Baltimore, Piano, SSOft James M. , Mm Hews, i.et ion, $6,000; John T. Andrews, ' Savannah, $4,(00; Miss Agnes Simmons, Charleston, Piano, $0,000. We publish no names without permission. . oi'iNioNsoK ('UK I'iikss:—"The llrni Is r» li,itde, and deserve [heir success."— Weekly Tribune, May 8 "We know them to be a lair .bailing firm."— lV, 1. Herald May, 2S. J "A friend of ours drew a 16,000 prise, which 1 was promptly reocl red."— Daily News June $, ' send for circular, Li feral Inducement, to l Agents, Satisfaction guaranteed. Every ' pockuge of Sealed Envelopes contain one i cash gill. Six tickets for $1; in tor $2; 86 for -■■; Hi. for tl-".. All letter, should be address ed to HARPER, WILSON .t CO., lli.i Broadway, New Voik November, ,1 I88S—:;m. IU ERII AflfT '-CTIOT K1.7~ (ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN,' BOOM i'Kli BAT skvi.vi v-iivi: CBXTS, ok BB> .ill.All (All,: T,V.) 1.01.1,A1tS I'Klt HAY. Corner of Hanover .ud Prntt Street*, ( nurse squares from R. *0. r.r. Depot, and within five tnluute. walk oftnu priuclpiil steamboat Wharfs, BAI.TIMOUE, ?,ID. IIKMIY SCiIOPIEIaD, Proprietor. .June 12, lsos. Alien 11. JW agru«i cr , (Late ol'W'n.shingion, I). I '. i Counsellr at Law, No. 11 NnilTll ( .lAKLMSST., I HALTIMOHE. Md. [ WILL PK \i VICE in the City ' Courts, and lv tho Court of Appeals at t Annapolis, and continue to Prosecute! hums ' against Ihe I'llileil SlaleKlovelilliienl. Spe iini attention given to the Security and (Jot- n lection of Debts, Nov. 1.1, IH<_7. JIH. DEPOSITORY M.S. CHURCH, MOUTH Selhyiliiil _>iil_m> . PTTBLISHEKS, BOOKSf'.LI.ERM AN'I. Sl'A'iTo;, ERS, i iti'l W. Hitltiiiiorc St., I BALTIMORE, Mn. J N. 11. Selby, W. J. C. DI7LANV. ' November 15, ls.i7. WASTED. WOOL. H*OOL.-I will pay the liijrli "" ivst price in cash, for any quantity of fine or eotirse wool, washed or unwoshea. May 14 'OV E. W. E,IN.,'UEI. THE LYNCH HI I.U REPUBLICAN. 1-milled in 1840. DAILY AM) Tl.l-WKEKLY. r rilis well-eitsbliihed, popular and A reliable Newspaper bns been' isidera i.li ■ utiirge I, und now appears in newand Improved .tress throughout, making it one ol tlie mosi nil isciivc journals in the State, uud therefore presents stronger claims Hutu ever upon lie patronage ofthe business and reading public. IN US POLITICS The Republican will remain, us Iteverhai been, strictly Conservative, nnd will devote Itself to lhat course of poll 11, ul conduot, with a fli'iii, ~ 11.ni that it Is th lo firing hack Hi" "id days ot prosperity and happiiu-ss lo tne people of Virginia, ..I'll POLITICAL NEWS Will he gat lie re-1 irom the lead i lv: papers of the c'illl_.ry. without regard to their polities' and always be "t the freshest, ami moat reli able and Interesting character. OUR MONEY MARKET REPORTS Are under tiie super*, isiou ..ini! experienced financier, and Ulay be relied upon usiu all respects accurate, OUR TOBACCO REPORTS < 'oiiip! ise daily accounts o t tie t ranaactloni at the Breaks in tnlsolty, luit returns from the various lohaeeo districts of Virginia, and ex i rue is li'dm tbe leading reports ot the Western nnd Soul hern markets. 'lo rill': FAMILY .'I f.CLE The Republican wHI present strong attrac lions, as c, i iv effort will be made to present the choicest and mosi Interesting selections ot miscellaneous reading matter. ol'R CORRESPONDENCE Will embrace letters from all th*principal centres of news; and particular attention will be given to In I thfiil reports of nil matters of in: I die Interest I ran pi ring in I he Stale. TO MAKE IT A Id VI. NEWSPAPER Will be. iv a word, the chief effort and ninhi Hon of Hie Editors ami Proprltor* of the Re. inililiean, and to this end we confidently usk and expect the patronage of the public, AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM The Republican ..tiers superior advantage* —its circulation being very large, and daily Increasing, TERMS i DAILY. Tnr WEEKLY. One year 17 061 One year SO Six m..nibs 4 00 six months 3 0 Three months 2in | Three months l 5 TO CLUBS OF i'TVE OR MORE, Tbe Dally will he furnished al Six Dollar* per annum, and the Trl-weekly at Pour Dol lars—payments to be made Invariably in ad vance ««r- Sped men copies will be furnished on application. Address DETTS, ll \Ri)-,V!Cki: a FOSTER, sißgjtßi-s.7i.i re ,7.iiii,ii4.i_ l .Tj| fli.ifl 11, A SPECIFIC for Tetter, Ringworm, Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt Rheum, Poison Oak, Blotches, Pimples, un.l all other erup tions ol (he skin, I.cordially recommended to siiilerei's from these annoying disease, ad a .needy and reliable cure, It has been used Successfully In hundreds of eases, many of them malignant ami long standing, completely eradicating the dls ease, leaving the skin .-oil ondjpl. aannt. If you would be relieved the remedy Is li* your own bands. (TIAKLOTTESVILLK.Ug list 17, ISO*. Mr. J. K. 11< nsorl Ueai: Sin—l have had a. very bad eruption on my (a. c, and have tried t iiree or four dif ferent kinds of ointment prescribed by phy sicians. I received no relief i mil 1 used your Salalem Broth; a few applications per* fovmed a perfect cure. I cheerfully recom mend it for any eruption <v the skin. Respectfully, J. S. LEITUII. Hanovi.i_ ('. 11., July _12, UN, This Is to certify that my 111 tie girl had an eruption of the skin, which bus baffled tb* skill of physicians; was Induced to use Ben son's Salalem broth, and in three days she Was entirely well. MARY A. HUGHES.J | W'II.I.IAMSUI-li.i, Ap.il 21, ls'Iil). I take pleasure in bearing icstltuonv to His Bsot that Benson's Salalem Broth win cur Poison Oak, Tetter and Ringworm, and is a valuable remedy t<» have in one's tuinily.— I have used il with perteol satisfaction. Respectfully. E. il. LIVELY. '. Richmond., October 17, 15.i7._5 Mr. J. E. Benson:- Dkak Sin-1 havesiifP'riilwlth Ringworm foi-some lime, and have tried overythingj could think of, but without any effect; was advised to try your Salalem Broth, and I have the satisfaction of knowing that lam entirely well. Very respectfully, M. S. 'DRIVER. WBBTBBK Union TBLBOBAPR Oil ice, I Richmond, July -i), lsos. j J."E. Bens/in, Esi/.: Di.au siu—] think it due to you that I should bear mytesUmy to the virtue of your Salalem Brof li. I had a ver- bad saaeofPots is Oak on my bands, and was recommended to try your medicine: one bottle bos affected au entire .aire. I give you, with my thanks, this cer tificate of its efficacy, 11. It. J. I'AYNTER. Price tl per bottle. For snle by all Drug gists. PURCELL, LADD A CO., Agent.* May 21. 1888. Richmond, Vn. FmPORTANI '10 .A-SkST* .LANTEKB HEBRTMAH & t'O.'S RAW BONE SVPER-PH 0 S P H A Tl. PrICC f.48 fl»cs' Ton. •THIS Phosphate hit* proved itself to A he the cheapest, and fully equal to any In the market—unsurpe sed by the highest priced Guanos, Its adaptation lo WHEAT, CORN, oats', iiUi'KU'AEAT, :,Tobacco, oiiird it Truck, Brasses, &«. has beeiiih irougbiy and most satisfactorily tested. Fin civ ground and suitable for .J rill ing. Put up in bugs of is, lbs. each 0. P, MERRY MAN A CO., Manufacturers, Warehouse, ~i Gay Btreet, between Lombard and Pratt streets, Baltimore, Md, For snle a! ni.ililif.i.. vi era' prices .cost of transportation added > by following A* genls in Orange County, Vs., OtiOHOE cm li:\'. Orange C. IL, PARTLOW A, NEWM.V-\, GordonsvUlc. Wooi.vil.l.l'-, Mills, FBED'B. Co., Mil, i August 8,1888. j Messrs. (..!'. MmiBTMAB A i lo.— Gentlemen: —My l-.-a...a for not complying with your re quest sooner is. thai I expected to have threshed my wheat out before Ibis. 'Thu vi h.ai is good, and the clover I. knee high said to be the beat In the neighborhood, .fours trill.', EVAN" WILSON Ru::.vn:i:i)v:i.i.!:, Washington Co., Mm, | Angusl 5, is.:;.. / Messrs. o. I. .Mi:i,'i:vM..\N' .<- I'o.—Gcnlle me».'*-We, the undersigned, used your Raw- Hone Phosphate last Fall on our wheat crop* side l.y side vi mi other Phosphate, of higher price than yours, and we would could ice no difference In the wheat. We can recommend li to the funnel's in general. .mii.v BOOTH, HIRAM SHOWMAN, J. W, BRE.-iTHED, GEO. SIIAFKR, WM. II GRIMES, JOHN 11. JOHNSON. September 10, 1809.—2 m. I. BOWMAN, onr Agent ft. .is receiving and keeps con -i ni ly mi bond h large lvi vi Monuments, Tombs, Head and Kooi Htonea, 6 <■. in w;;iii ofany. hingofthls kind accommodated on s.iurt notice and upon liberal terms, 1 The near proximity of I'lmr . tot tcsv IHe io Orangi an ' cent oountii s, affords an 3.lii:;_ly lo the citizens of [MM FcounUeatoobtaln work as quick and cheaply aa from any ;>;.i.t point, we challenge a comparison i..;i:i :.-* respects the quality and taste <>t msli Fp ui'i iin' price of material. Writr;: leave iii refer tn Mt-ttsrs. bag by & 9toter, of tne Native Virginian, through i*7hom ordersmay bo transmitted. All we tsk Is a l.iir trial. Jane SO, is(i.s— tf. . _;>. URtilMi MHi: \M> KIEIKE INSUKAXCK (OMriNV. (< lIAHTIiItKI) 1881- ) Actual Capital *i?5.ooo IXSUUKS ftgninat FIBS at current, rates. Ensures agalmil Marine [x>sses, mm for thir ty-six years past, on fair terms. We invite a still larger share of public pat ronage, assuring our ciUsens thai t/firiiitcr :mL will b« ad van < ed while bestowing it. Q. A. V»'l> 81, KA.IM-0 ID. ON uud after Thursday, Nov. -p. 180. one dully passenger train will run be ts-, 'en Washington and Lynchburg, con necting at Gordonsville with t lc I thesapeoke and Ohio Railroad lo Richmond, Covington nnd the Virginia Springs; nl 1,.v tlchburg la West und Southwest, and at Washington for the North and Northwest Leave Was! ling! on dolly at 6 SS a. in., Alex andria e.t ssi v. in., arriving ut Lyncliburg af S ii p. in. Leave Lynchburg northward, at BIS am., arriving af Alexandria at SBO p.m. ami at Washington i.i ll 20 p. tn, Also dally, except Sunday, a passenger train through without change ol carssleeping cars nftneAed—betweeu WASHINGTON nnd RICHMOND- making close connect ions at Richmond and Washington in Hie direct line between New York and tho South At lain Leave \\ ;,. in. ami Alex andria nt'tHfi p. m. prrtve al Gordonsville tit li-50 p. in., and ai Richmond .;: in a, m., con necting i\ ill, train leaving Itiehmond ut 4.110 a. in., for Pe.erslmrg, w. Idon and thi South west. Leave Richmond al s'ln ).. iv.. and (o.i .loiis'.ille ai 12:25 a. m.j nrrli. at Alexandria at 4113 a, in., and at Washington u1.,: sa. in., connecting with earliest trains to nc York and Northwest, A train for Manassas Branch will leave Alexandria dolly, excepting Sunday,-al H-Mf a. in., arriving of Harrisonburg st 120 p.m. Leave Uarrlaonburg at n in a. m. connecting Manassas Junction villi. Noiiliboiinil train .... main Hue, arrive at Alexandria at s,'f.f p. in. The train on Manassas Branch will make/ gaol connection, at the Junction with night line to and from Richmond. Through 1 i.i,ei.-. ami buggoge checked to all prominent points, FREIGHT TRAINS Pass Orange dally northward id nson. in., and Southward (Sunday excepted,) nt s 28 p. in. .1. M. HR..Aid's, January 15.1380. General Ticket Agent CHESAPEAKE v OHIO BAIIfiOAD CHANGE Or SCHEDULE o"Valid0 "Valid after Kov .Ufith, 1860. the Mail truth will run daiiy between Richmond uud White sulphur Springs. Lea', c Richmond at S.-S4 A. M. and nrrlve nt W hit,. Sulphur Spring, at OtSOP.M. Lenvi White Sulphural 3:45 A.M nnd arrive at Rich in.unl i in i- ai., making close connections at Gordonnvlllo, and . 'harlot csvillc with or ange, Alexandria and Msnsssasß. ii. Mail Trains for Alexandria, Washington, Balti more, Philadelphia, New York, Ac; also for Lynchburg, Knoxvllle, Chattanooga, Mem phi., New Orleans, Montgomery, Mobile, Ac, At Goshen wtth stages lor Lexington, Nut dial Bridge,and Rncknrldge Ruths. At Mlllboro' wiih stages for Bath Alum ami WnrmSprings, and at White Sulphur wiih singes for Lewisburg, Charleston, Ac. NIGHT I'ASSKNGEII TRAIN v, ill iiin'hc iwecn Richmond ami Washington nightly except Sunday without change of car., leav* Ing Richmond a! 880 I. M., and arriving nt, Richmond,al 880 A. M., makihg all through connect lons at Riehmnnd and Washington. SLEEi-iN'i: cars will bi attachod to this lin in, un.l will be run throng , between itieh mond and Washington v. linout ehunge. JAMES I. NETIIHBLAND, N.V. M General Tlcki i Agent BICHMONDAND i'ETERSBUHH R. if. ("AN nnd after Monday a April ].. IS(ii) " ihe trains on tills read will leave as fbl* lows: Leave Richmond ht I p, hi. and 2.88 p. m. Leave I.:- rsl.urg nt 9.50 a. iv. and ... v. p. m Acenni siodstion Train witli passenger ear attached, will leave itiehmond dally at I p. m., and Petersburg daily at fi.io a. m. (Sun day's excepted.) ii: In. m. train will not leave Richmond on Munduj i, ami ih. e..,.i p. m. train will not leave Petersburg oil Sundays. Panning, i; 'oi' Norfolk will fake the 4. p. in. train, running through daily. ' '■ '■ Ie a ■ ;, throngh, The passcn er coach attached lo thr-e.ml tt ni in will leav. Cl c.: i'ii:i: at v ;i. in-, and re* turning, leave Richmond al 2.40 p. in. >,n Tuesday., Thursdays a n.i Saturdays. THOMAS 11. WYJ» NE, May", 1889. Superintendent __niC.-_Al.Gl_. BJO'S'KL. ORANGE COI'HT HOUSE VA. r r!IK undersigned respectf illy sui ■*- noiine s to his fri. nds and the public, that be lirisjus! opened the above Hotel (re cently thoroughly repaired nnd refitted,) slocked It ..villi new furniture, and is pre- I'aie.i in furnish ns comfortable aceomuio* nations aa can be had In the country a Summer hoarder, will fii.d this una of tho most desirable locations as to health, society and beauty of scenery, in Virginia. SNOWDEN YATES, Proprietor, May SB, ISM. I. otic ii TolrAUiiiEJiig. ' ANDREW coil's SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIJttE. 9.0 000 Lifs - I"* 1 received direct *n\Jf\J\J\J from flu- factory, which 1 will furiils'' lo tann.r- at the lowosl price it can I.c.sold. In Baltimore, Richmond or Alexan dria, Farmers can be supplied wiih any quantity as cheap as they can bo anywhere Alii aakla a call, This Fho.ph.te 1. very hlghlv : .ei,in mended by those who have used it en Wheal. Corn, Oats, Potatoes, Ac His considered by many loi.e equal to Peru yin v Guano. E. \Y. KINCHELOE. a tIH, 1808. I\ B. 111DES, Attorney At LaW, ORANCp C. IL, VA.. WiLI. practice in the Courts of Cr ange and the adjoining Counties. All claims for collection promptly attended 10. O/llci boars fromo A. M. to 1 P. M. April IS, IHtfO.—ly. KOTIC'E. A LL parties In Orange county hold* ■*»- Ing grain bags branded Row lc B Armls tead, are requested to turn them ovei at onco to .dr. A. Tiionison.iis they nre our properly. If any have sent to othor merchant, since our firm has been iii existence, the purlieu scndlhg thorn will pieoseuotlfV Mr. Thom son. THOMSON, PAYNE A CO, Alexandria No. ember 2.., law. "It. 8. THOMAS, Attorney At Law, BTAKABDBVILB, VA., iy ILL practice In all of the Courts 'i of (bene, i:irange nnd Madison Conn- He* Collodions of claims promptly attend ed to. Discharge, m Bankruptcy obtained. Oetolieras, 1868—dm. ~l r <")Tvi>Eß oTTpi-KH HONE. ' "17IX 101. V ground Bones, ground from A pare hone, without admixture of any kind. Price $80per ton. Also, L.1133C and Plaster, A X I) SA\V E I) Lti M HER. I'm sale by SCOTT it DILW'oRTIf. (iordoiisvllle, Va. N". H.—All kinds of Lumber sawed for cus tom,:, s. May 20, lsftS—tf. LIMES L. I'OiYELLT Attorney At Law, ' 'RANGE COURT HOUSE, VA. A TTKN'DS all the Courts of OratiM iV an' l Spotsylvania Counties, Will, also •ill. mi to,my buslncs), 1u11,,, eoiiiitlfs iii .lining Uiis; nnd in the V, 3, CoHrW Sl Ki«_. nu ud. October 2a, lsfio, ~ A CAIU?. ' " T would call tho attention of (hose lit ■*■ want ofa,ll rat-class COOKING STOVEto- Lie IRONSIDES. It has no superior, and over one hundred of them are now in Alex, anuria and vicinity. .11 orders from Orange nnd adiolnltia Oounties promptly attended to. For sale by E. H. ( 'LaRKKON, Nov. A S9.—ly. _ 18 South Royal St. W I I.Li A itl MI" RRUJ " MERCHANT TAILOIt, 1V... 7 IVcrtli Fairfax tract, (Second ddor South of Adams Express OUloe King street,) ALEXANDRIA, VA _ September 18, 11MB Hill' _ WA"'*i , WHEAT, RYE, OATS, CORN, BEANS.- PEAS AND FLAXSEED. tTAVINO in:::!.' arrangements with -*-A parties, lam now prepared to bay any quantity and pay the highest cash price — 1 erson. having grain for sale will find it to their Ins ■'.■.! to call 0:1 the subscriber before lug- E. W. KINCHELOE. July .v, 1 W. IV. UCIWESS, ' Attorney At Law, ORANGE COURT House, va.| Tyil.l. practice In the Circuit and County ry Courts of Orange and the adjoining Oounties, iiniv 17. 1807.—1y. To Housekeeper*. TEST received a lot of prime Cuciini " tier Pickle, pul up In vinegar of the very b.'st quality and warranted to keep any fcnglli of limT'. which will lie sold in qtiuntl' ly losuii lauiii: . Bi W*. KINCHELOE. BSJJtembei 17. ]-.;:i. l':\i...t <; 11 it no. \\fr. have just received a cargo of So ' r luhie Pnclflo Guano, which we offer for -11 hat .:( pi nol,. WATTLES 4 C ... ?"■'■ Usxandrla. Aug! -111.