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m* ly Place it in
Ilie nil- t'*,i,.Jith the "iilstles down
t ""a 1 "'!-, :n,y jlill lie us linn a* a new
brush,
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Ireni the (jliriotteeviile C , liroiilfll> tint
L , tin- f.ii-in ol w. Thurmnn, situated
W on the Nuii'iliyst mountain, nor X •-.
*«iik , u'epotlUoritalulnjt two hundred
anil seventy Ine acres, hv 1»«-c-1■ .-."lil
to Mr. I)., i| # jßel»m'..ol Caiifnrn"». _
\_ I'.ii-i- p»i,i; fetoon doll.ir. per a,_
_mj
Mvtttlsmt\ts
\ ' «j#upallim_l- Allnimli l-'r.-slj, pun
3 V «#» vitallelng elixir, Whoever Isdt bar
\jfby c'.ri":
-c,M» t° 'hi" lnvtslbl i, but powerfti
needs a medloliial Invlgoranl
Mi.nd. Tha great t'ld be to chapei
P thobest. Popularity l. (!l jirell.v koo.l guar
antee of merit ln this scrutinizing an.l Intel
lgent age, nnd tried by thisorlterlon Hostel
tor's Stomach Bitten slun-i.i lirst am.mg tht
Invlgora'tng and regulating medicine, ol
tho prisent day. To lb* wont* ef
engaged lv Indoor employment*, -specially
in Drowned f_ctorl_* where even with thi
Lost possible veniilnii,in the atmo.pher._i
always In some degree polluted, lliis sulll
b.'i us vegetable tonieia peculiarly adapted.
The tu. • ,1 i-i- of th* Ingredients la no
II consists of aa absolutely ,mre diffusive
stimulant, tlnotnre l- or rather sur
—with the tin i.i extracts of tantanoils roots
KBd barks end herbs. The pharmacopeia
has its .Unci tires, but whal aro they? rhe
Juice of only a single roatorbark or plant
la present In sheh. Sot see of them com
bined tbe thn c properties or a tonic, an al
terniive, and an aperient, All these ele
ment* are blended in tbe Bitters; nor are
hega thesum oflt* m„lo_nal recommenda
tions. It Isalso v bioo.l depurent ami nntis
pasmod le,
The hniefui effects which air tl al has been
partially exhausted of iis oxygen by fre
quent breathing produces en the vital er
ganlxatloa. Is notorious, and when to this
devitalised atmosphora Is superadded the
niephitttj vapor of the hot air furnaces, ii be
ciiui-s deleterious and _epresslh_ in the ex
"' ■'"* To enable the. system to bear up, cv.
qn ft)r a few hours eaob day agahnsl the de
bll toting lnanenoaofivrUated_traosphere,
a wholesome tonlo nnd alterative Is urgent
ly reqairea. Is sup
piled In 11.,-i..it.-i-s Bitters, which as a
strength-sustaining, he.iiih protecting agent
has no rival cither among officinal or adver
tised medleines.
May J, IST..- liti.
We Ilrar a (food deal of tlie perlud, of
hoysofthe period, ilc., but a* this ni-i
:. pretty well exhausted, we thought
II would mi, be amiss to call attention to tht
slotliiersan l merohaol tailors ofthe period]
sn l ns a mattt r of a iar ■•_•, ever.i body i.ili
say IMO Mm in ~i.i, t, Kiciitin.ii.i. 1* the placet
and i-:. B, S_»_tNcn _ Sonar* the "men of
the period," far all kinds ol mVcliant tuil
orlng aad gAnUemen's furnishing gueds
"Fheyar* now getting la th.lr.,supplies o
sprlngaad summer goods, conafstiug of all
lliei-ur.-, rich aad stylish goods of French,
and American fabrics, which they
win makeup at the shortest notice, in the
j '.-, aad nt tha lowest prices,
ISikj.o; Head Thi*.—V.V, lur, er.-nil In (ho
Virginia papers thai t_evo come to baud,
lomcthlng Ufce the following:— Eiuxmrage
Home Industry,- Palronlte Berne Manufac
tines! Alas! hew easy to preach I bow hat
to pniotii t,
i>o th.:.i. rami rcßi.t.Hßue roaoßAaa
vvpkano riii..r;..'<_ jia : i.iuai. in Yikiiin
-11. Perhaps half of them do—thu ether half
ivriteor run bathe North withoutpvorask
ing the .iiestioii. Can our type be made as
wall and ai oheap in nni- own citateas else
where. Weoaa testlfj that tho ty|J cast a
Ilia Mchmond Type Foundry is not exoelled by
any .foundry In the country, and should _,„
enoniuge-l hy i very Printer in tbeßtate.
ENCOUBAGE HOME U.YiEKPEISE
COILNTItY MERCHANTS!
BUY YOUR
oo_sr__»j_ci"xio2sr»s ?
TOBACCO, CIGARS, AC.
• MOM
w. w. i'i__.___j__'r,
..an'i'' iit-uki: hi iirinu.r.Uli ■ RJ—'IB_D
a __. _xr _3 _r,
AND V.'ilill.F.SAl.r.
COX.'ECTI'INKK _ mill' DKALEB,
I.i* Main fatl'cet,
IIICHJIONO, VIK'JI.N'IA.
I* the discoverer and proprietor
(ie I t-ii-liriii.'il
Sui.twi_lnc TerH-Mx,
nn cjonte ■ lions, the best remedy ever
I to the puoilc, Nn country store
t be wltiuut tills valuable mi liolne.—
■ mum..'iided by physicians through
ie ion nt i.v. lie is also manufacturer
celebrated
UTA-CLAUS SURPRIHE BOXES.
I utotcA'guarranl ItoOn in every ililr
,lll sold. Bend for a price llsl snd you
ml liis prloes us low, if not lower, i iisn
irtbern cities, liis uiotio is -uuieJe
nil small profile,"
11 1"., 1870—Urn,
I !» A I) A Ii I »:
rhe Great American Health rtestorer
irifl'n the blood and cures Scrofula,
p illis, .skin diseases, iCi.-um itism,
.-.-uses of Women, an i alt * luroalo At'
it lons vi the Blood, Civet and Kid.
.'... It ■ -mil.n.'ii.'..-it by tile Msdloal
in-.i11.'- and many thousands of our
■si cltlz.ns.
i:.-.nl the testimony of physicians and
ilienis who have ns.-il tiosadails, send
ir our Itosadalls Quid. 1 t Health Book,
Almanac tnr this year, which ws pub
!__, ..isii fcr gratultu his distribution, v will
yoa much valuable information.
Dr. B,W, Can, ol Baltimore says :—I
Ik- ~,''isiir> in recommending your
u •,.--i I. -i.s s very powerful alterative.
I haveTsO-i '*' asei ' lj| twooa.es with
i happy results—on"" U }*** M of .f ßo ? u ' l *"
Arv aynbllls in iv.'i. ' ' h *' patle.nl pro
-1 nouno il himself euiPd.-ftor having tak
en Ovo bottles of youi in"-i«'ni''. tne
other is n itula o. '■ n *™*s2;
Ing, which Is rapidly Improving ou ''""'
us use, and the indications ars Gi.i. Ujf '
Di.it.. ...it wills.,nn recover, I have care
rally -kamlned ihe formula by wuiol)
your itosadalls I. in , le, and ilul It nn
. i teilent compound of alterative
dli ats.
in-. H.pnrks of Mlcbohisvllle, h'y., says
he lias us--.1 Etosadalls In cases "t st rofu-
Ai.. and leeondary syp lilts ..'.in ■ il Isfao
tory results—as a oleaner'of th. blood I
know no better rem 'lv.
siinnei ii. Ali'i-iui .ni. Murfreeshoro',
Tcnu.,saym :—l have used seven b :ii--.
ofßosadiill an .an entirely cured of
Ki.-mint! ismi , i I mi. tour bottles, as I
I wish It for my brother, who has scrofu
j\ 11. sore eyes,
n-ni. Beohtol, of Llma,'Ohlo, writes, l
have suffered for twenty years Willi mi
Inyeterateerupti n over my whole I o lj
asiinri time since I puri ii -• i a botl :■ o
Ir. ladeltsand ll en_i_d a perfect care
Etosadalls I* sold by all Druggist*.
I,.iii-n'.iii'y, Hi Exchange l'lu ■<; Baltl*
in ir.-.
DH. CI.EMHNT.I A CO.,
rletors
8 For sale by Craven .t 00.
April IS, l-iTc.-ly.
tIIAKLI'S ('. lYlil'-tINUAKIH!.,
man: l.n xcaaa <>v
CIGARS,
QHARLOTT_SVI_L._, VIRGIXIA
D BALERS supplied at leas .hail Ba
tiuniiv prices. Cigars not giving sal
taction may be returned, Hend for satnph
Qcotbera, lim— ly. .
W. T.SMITIi ft, SOI*,
fJOHDONSVII.I.i:, VIKUINIA.
OKOCERS AND PIKHH'CB
MERCHANTS,
i- AND !i;:.. l.I:::H I S
DRTOOODS,
UuiiDVVABE, qLIEENSIVAB-, HAT!
k''-:"-, - BOOTS, SHOES, -0.
\i. 1 '"■. ; __
„1 ® __________________
Ai:^,,.. KE.-A soleel lot.o
Q ATX _H _____a-t reoel ved by
AWo£%&Rl\\%- Br F-iAKI'RfAt * «0
! A__XA«_i;lA'ua:
Corrected Weekly,
FLOUR— Superfine, . ...
I Family, 00 iO i
. CORN—While 1W * lID
Y. I iow 107 tit 110
WHEAT—White 1 -Ml tf i ir, I
Red, I*j « 111
. OATH tU lil 0 1)1
RYE 10a fei lOS
' I. Villi 015 et HIT
. POTATOES—Irish 000 mi 000
. SliMiAl' -j,,,- |00 |b* li', a) Ijo
BACON-tHng Round li 1.1 u> 018
BUTTER—Prime 028 -tii 0 9ft
i Firkin oio ■& o »
, CORN MEAL 0 W ID 110
EGGS. ni; 2 nis
OCANO—l'ernvlai on mi |._> 00 00
>r ii.. mi _j (Xi oo
PLASTER—Luinp.oucars, 850 fi i; 'Hi
Or. und 11 ■:■■' fi 00 00
BUi : (| oo ■ oml
P0RK,.... oo oo vi no oo
GOi'.DllVSltl J ..EMAiltiUl', MAY. I»i ISTO-
Oii'.-i ■/,■-' Weekly by L. ll". Bneedattd Purilow
»'. ,\. .inerti.
FLOUR—Family IS 78 A 0 »■
_Xl m. .-, Oil .... .i .'
Hupertlne 4 7.". ... I 0
WHEAT-Mini, l 0.-, uli,
Red o 86 @ I "
CORN—Wh te 0 on m o Bs
Yellow 0 00 i 'i 00
New, ii 00 in, 0 oo
OATS, i. .
RYE -. o M ... ii n ■
I.rtl'.o 0 17 «0W
POTATOES Ins,i 000 | 0 01
BACOR -Hog Round 0 ie i.. o 17
BUTTER—PrI mo 0Ui«o oat
Flrkti 0 00 '
CORN MEAL 1 00 -' I I
PORK o ji. ,iv 0 00
EGOS o 111 I 17
fJKIKI) Al'l'l.l-'.5,.... ii oj ~.. o 00
PLASTER— Lump. 1 * 'W f.i tt& 0 00
Ground 10 on @*0 IN
! BUCKWHEAT, 0 mi v 0 oo
| SUMAC 0 00 (_D 0 00
!- _ _ I
Vaa b«eji tested La rvo:y climate, ami by
almoHl every nation known to Americans*
ii is theaituoattpoiiatunlconipauion nnd la
estimable friend of the missionary and thi
traveler, on sea and land, and no on< nhould
travel on our Lakes or Etlverp without it.
it is ii speedy and safe remedy for bums,
senilis, cms, bruises, wounds and varions
other Injuries, aa well as for dysentery, dlai -
rhcea and bowel complaints generally, and
Is Admirably salted for every race of men un
the face ofltio felobe.
Assure yon call tor and get tbe genuine
F-Jn iv'iicr, as many worthless aostrnms
are attempted to be sold on the great repu
tation of this valuable medicine.
accompany each bottle.
i rioe :'■'■ ct*. 50 ot*. and 81 00 per bottle.—
Sold by all Medicine Dealers,
May il, 1.70.—1 in.
ALlffi LUI BALS4M!
THE HEM-ED'S FORC-Hiiro
t niiNiiiitgil "<i!i. C.'tir.tfii-x,
l«s oiic-liKls, Am) lima,
4:i«l . roiifi.
AH AN EXPECTORANT
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
It la composed of the active' • rlncliile.. of
roots mnl plants, which are -hen-lctuly ex-
Unci, il, so us to retain nil their medical i_uul-
II i,
MINIKTI-_i_s _N_ PUBLIC SPEAKER
v "li.. in.. SO ofli'ti nilli.-1.-il M-iill lliroiit dis
etlxi's, will im,l n sure remedy in this Bal
sam. Losengers. anil waller* sometimes give
relief, hut this Balsam, token a lew ttntts,
will insure a permanent cure.
Will all thos.. afflicted with < loughs or Con
sumption, give tin-. Balsam p fair trial, they
will li.- pleased with the rentilt, and confi
thar th. sure remedy i.s found at lust.
IT 18 siii.u BY ALL DUUGQIBT9.
April S, WTO.—Im.
Tim.' CIIA--To-WH :
AT Hull's held In the clerks' Ofllee of
ths ilrcnlt Court of Orange, ..n Monday,
I'ie Ith day of April. 1.N70.
li,.vi l Faulconer,BarboarFaulconer,Goorge
Fan! ioner, Robert Faulconer, Benjamin
Faulconer, Alfred Wiltshire and Sarah A.
his wife, Ahsoii'in .iiu-.-ihsiitiii Margaret hiH
wife, Eilchart lifiioobs and Susan J, liis wife,
Weedon Wiltshire trad Mullnda his wife,
aud i leorge .Ja<.-oos---riaiiii ill's.
All AINST,
Richard Richards, John L. Tinder and Mar
garet A his wife, Hugh M. Faulconer,sur
viving Executor o John h'aulooner, .lames I
Roach, Committee Adm'r. ot Richard 11.
Jacobs, Jomes M.Jacobs, Rachael Heller
nml ber husband, aud George Grafford and
Lucy A. his wilt —Defendants,
IN CHANCERY.
The object of this suit is io ascertain the
amount due, If anything, on adebi thai is
alledgedtobe due tho said John T.Tinder, I
secured by trust deed from Benjamin Ja
cobs Jr., to Richard Richards, trustee, and
io restrain a sale of ths property mentioned
in said iiei-it otiiusi, an.l to restrain John
T. Tinder from committing waste ou the
same, ami for relief for waste committed.
uml in account tor thi- rents and prontaoi
the said property among the heirs a', law of
the said Bunjamln Jacobs,Br.; and it appear*
Ing upon affidavit that i leorge Grafford ami
Lucy A. his wife, and Rachael Heller and
her husband,' Heller, are non-residents
of this State, on motion of tbe Plaintiff, by
oouusel, it is ordered thai ihe ■___ defen
dants do appear here wlthtnone raonthaf
te:- .lite pul.Mention of this order und do
Whet is necessary to protect their inicresis.
A Copy—Teste,
JOHN G WILLIAMS, Dep'ty Clerk,
l'.u'M liliii.iiiNs,Clerk,
April *, 1870—Jons QnMOX, p. q.
SOFTJJI.IE >VI>DSOirPLAST .
WE oiler lor sale at lowest market
rales
Soft Blue "Windsor IMaa.cr,
In and finely nil ICND, in bags or
barrel,
HOOE, WEDDERBURN A CO.,
No. I Prince Street, Alexandria, Va. J
April t, 18T0. Bm. aA
~ SALT J SAJLiTII SA-.TIII %
*\"iri'" have, on Iniiitl mul are dally ex
it pecttng direct from Liverpool per'
Barejus Hermands and Brig Tbr*eslstete,
12,0i)ii SACK'S LIVERPOOL O. A. HALT,
»jm HACKS LIVERPOOL FINE SALT :
of ditivimi breads, which we warrant in
best order and offer i exceedingly low pric
es, oil int. to l he decline in gold.
HOOE, WEDDERBURN .t CO.,
No. - Prince Street, Ah xandria, Va.
April H, 1870.—-ni..
~^6TitJ_l
T_l firm of Dr. 11. 1). Tuliult-rro & \
.A, Son I.as this,lay been disoived hymn- (
tun.' oonsent, tke senior pai tuerhavlng sold
in.i in.'ei'csi to Dr. EC i\. it.... - , it uiu hereaf
ter be 00-duoted iiinler the style and firm "I |
Taliaferro A flow, who respectfully sollell |
aeoatlnua_.es of tho patronage heretofore
extended io the o.'-' thin, with tne assuranc -
ih.il tbey wnl eilii. avor, by strict intention
to then' bustnoss, to do all In their power to
give satisfaction.
AttKD.
THE undersigned, in retiring from
tlic Drag business, respeotfully recom
mends the in..' firm to the oltlsens ol Or
ange and adjoining oountti », feellns assured
that they will giv. entire satisfaction In con
ducting tlto business,
11. P. TALIAFERRO, M. D.
Orun geC. 11., I•'. Intinry 11,1.1,0.
lILAt K^inriii-vo.
I„_sub*crlher has again opened »'■ |
bis old stand on Main street, where he
is i.-n ly ni nil time* to do Buvo—smithing in
aii Itsvarious branches, Th_nkful forpast
patronage, he respeotiuily solicits a contin
ual!.-i-i.i u-j same, pledging himself to give
Satisfaction lv ull eases.
DANIEL W. HALE.
Febriinry IS, IS7o.—t!m. __
ry Novelty Fountain i'e.i. Oi
A. dipping will retain ink enough to wTI
- -tiwo puges oror. 'mjeoitter si;:< —qnly tw.
. ty-llveceii sper lose—"l Call nn.i in i ■
for yourself. For sale at
L. W.SNEED'S
January •_., 1870 Variety Stor
mo m e_m*
IMPROVE the health u( eonrehildre
hs' Inlying one of llios,- nice an.l . h.
Carriage* ni J, W, LANDRUM _ COS
l':i-.- from
April H, ls7il.
j 'E'BESH Oraases, Lemons and Coco
* -*- nuts,Justreoelv.d by
April 1,1370. J. #. LANDRUM &CO
OYSTSI.S.— Fresh camietl Oystc
and Lobsters, hut received hy
I rebreery4,M7D. LaVimi'M _en
OOJUOSSIOSER'S NOTICE.
J nine'- C. Hiden, and P. B. Hiden In
bis own right snd ns Administrator Of
Joseph Hld.ndoceeaed -Plaintiff.,
U.IINST,
Wm 0 Graves and Martha Ann his wife, and
c. U. T. liiden, Aa —Defendants.
IN CHANCERY.
Extract from decree, entered In above suit
-Oct-, 7,lßo9—"The i '<-nil doth adjudge, order
and decree hv consent of parties that on, of
ihe Commissioners of ibis court, lake, state
nut settle tho accounts of P !'.. Hiden uuad
ministrator of .1 meph liiden, deed, which
accounts the said p. B. Hiden is directed to I
render before him i also to take mil slats i
account oi th. personal assets ol the --.i.i
Joseph Hiden,and ofthe outstanding un
k.llstled debta nnd liabilities of thi said
Joseph Hiden, showing tli. pi lorltles there
of, alio an account of the real esiate of Die
said Josepn Hldeu, and of the fee simple
and annual value thereof, and of each parcel
thereof, and publication Insomeconv nl
newspaper for at least four weeks ofthe lima
and place of taking the sold a raounts shall
a divalent to personal service upon all
the parties except I". 1.. Hiden, Administra
tor of Joseph Hiden, deceased, William C
Graves and James A Madison, upon whom
personal service is required, ana the suid
Commlsalom r shall by n like publication of
noi ice. warn aU the creditors of the said Jo
seph Hiden deceased, to present and lile
thelrolalms before the Bald Commissioner
and prove the some, on pain of not being al
lowed to receive my pari of tbe a
Un- sal.! Joseph iliil.ii ia case of their fail
ure to do so."
Commission-tt'l OFFIOg, OBANGB 0, 11. 1
aary iKrd, 1860. '
Tliepa'Hes Interested in ihe accounts or
dered by the decree of which the above is an
extract, are hereby notified i.. it I have fixed
on Siilurdii'. the lßth day ol March IRTO.and
my office at Orang. C. ii., Virginia, as the
iime nml puieo for taking sad accounts.—
Amla 11 creditors of the said Joseph Hiden
are henliv v.-irn.il l.ihepr. si ni and file their
claims before meal said time and pis
to prove the same, on pain of not being al
lowed to receive tiny part of the assets ofsald
Joseph Hldeu inc..-.- of their failure so to
do. WM G. WILLI .MS,
Feb. 85, 1870. ft o. 0 c,
115 GOOD AS GOLD. $15
BUY THE 0* l-V 0 NI INC IMPROVED
OROIDE GOLD WATOiIES,
M.YNCI'.UTUItKD BY
TlioTfiViil J >V Hcia J > a >tlf.
THIHY are all the best make, Hunting
A oases, liiieiv chaacd; took ami wear tile
fine yotb, and are equal In appearance to the
best's:!.ld watches usually costing #150, Full
Jeweleil Levers Cents' and Ladies' si/.es, ai
DOUBLE EXTRA. REFINED Solid
Efedciimd Hunting Coso Full J welled Lev
4OT*V - e,/'i.it to ..".'io Gold ll'otciies: regulated
I andguarranteed i.> keep oorreel time, and
wear and not tarnish, with Extra l me Case,
at SID each.
.Xo money It required In advance. Y\ e'send
by Exprei'.s anywhere within the United
Btutes payable to agems on delivery, with
the privilege to open and examine before
paid tor. an.i If not satisfactory retured. by
paying the Express charges, Ctoods will be
.-..-ii; by mail h - .:- igli tin i trackage, prepaid,
by si ndtng cash lv .. Ivauce.
An Agent lendin-.l for Six fVrtehee gete an e.r
irii 1i0.'.-.'i o-- ■-, making seven -l. tralchee/er
MM, ar set .'.i t:-i Watch, ifor IUO.
Aisoelegani orolde-Gold Chains, of latest
and most costly siyle-i, lor Ladies and Gen
tleman, from l. to 10 inahu long, at --, (H, W
and W eaoli, .cut with watches at lowest
•vh.ih-si,ie prices. Slate k nd and sli I
watch required, and toavoid bogus concerns
order only from
THK OROIDE WATCH CO,
i , Fulton sjtrcet New York.
Jan-.irry _. ISO- in.
UELLO-»t»& QIBSOff,
IMrOBTI.HS, v.lll)l.i.SALK A." 0 itEI'AIL DKAt.
-I.KS IN
CHINA, GLASS, £ABTH£_fWA_l
Aud Henaef-rniahlng Guod-,
RICHMOND, VA.
WK are now opening our Bprlug
stock, which la very larse and com
plete, and 1.. in.- Imported and pnrch sen al
pi,-- i low rate, or gold, -.can sell at verj
Ices, We ha vi In .tore a complete as
-...il in,.in nf I! iii n c ii. in -.1 gold band whitl
China and white Crauile
DINNER, TEA, AMD TOILET SECTS,
rich err and pressed
QLASSWARE,
LAMPS, LOOK 1 Nil-'H.ASSI-.S,
SILVER-PLATED WARE,
OF BEST I.UAI.II'V,
Rogers' Ivor -Handled Cutlery, Tin Toll,
hets, Refrigerator*, Ice Pitchers, Fruit Jan
Rich Fancy Qood*, in great variety, Stool
Tin and Japanned Qoods, .ye., which weoi
' ferlolhi- trad* nml at retail as low ns an
house in the country.
Country merchants can nt least ««v
freight and Bxtra risk of lirsetsg. i.yglvtn
us I heir orders.
Our sio.-k Is the largest and bent, we hay
ever offered. KELLOOO « OIBBON,
i-ii; main st„ Richmond, \
Agents ...I the .'.n-ui Silver Ligiit S_M
1 Burner n-id Fixtures.
I' April 15,137U.—um.
"MOTILE,
IN'TENDINU to move to Gordon
vllle. 1 will rent br tbe remainder of f
- y, ar my Dwelling, si: imieit ', of a mUefrc
'ili'' town, containing 7 rooms In flood i see
The garden is productive, and *i Ll
. ten days. Orchard contain
choice fruit, both apple and peach, At.-t
'I variety of dwarf fruit, and a vineyard
choice grapes, C. W. BEAU
Gordonaville. April 1, leTO,
. I |.U.i-*-Uancottf Sradf.
* _r_.O»TTTI"iSI
SGI J I.I" X Rt <"X"* I'LAJVTEB
WITH GUANO ATTACHMENT.
TN again calling tl itlon of the
I -*- i-'iii'iii. rsof Virginia and adjoining State.
. mole vi; effective Implement, tlio
leave to say Hint it has I.e. n
I greHilv iinpne.. .1 for tin- ensuing season ol
i. it is now worked by •chain bund in
stead ofa leather bend as formerly, then by
[ Insuring -i morn ■ at ration. Ry n
vi ry i linple adjustmenl it Mill drop corn al
the distances of Is Inches or .1 feet, together
with any pulverized FertlUeer.
Full pruitod directions accompany each
t,ine. lie would alsooall attention to
ROUTT- DOUBLE-BHOVEL FLOW,
with Coulterand Briar Outl Ine Attachment
lhe latter especially adapted to any I'm
with tlrhtrs,Bussafros or wit
KOUTT- DBA IN I'l.ow*.
wi: i'-li • oin jilci■ ■■■ 'inubl
eoarueo- Che ordinary plow, boaldea•ftYln
.: of iian I Labor.
Hi- ha:- oertlftisatei of many v.v!l-knuw
:■ ir ■ lie _t rength anil eft
I ctent action of ail i bese Implement*, wbic
will be mrnlsued on application.
As i in-Si'iii"!- partner iv .in- ____.„-" concern
OfA. I*. Koutl .'- Co.. ho woiililvvluni hi
thaM.s to a generous public for Ihelr kind
[mtronase ln the pact, and pledgei anremttl- |
ed exertions to maintain mi I IncreaM thut
full confidence In tbe nature.
Liberty Mills, Va., February iii, UMft,
BAJtBOTBSVTLLB, VA., Tniu.iiry |, 1809.
[take great pleasure iv recommending to I
the i':n us.'rs of Virginia the lmpl< tnenta ©on
i . ... P. RoUtt & Co. Mr. Koutt is
j in., oountyman and neighbor, mid I have
bau ample opportunity oi tenting bis skill as
I ■ mechanic, and his untiring energy In nil
table onbrts to rmtihty tne community
witli well-constructed and offcienl iinpiu
menta. _-_. JOltNaO-S BABBOUB.
FIRE INSURANCE.
TH it BOUTHEBN MUTUAL
FIRE INSUANCE CO.,
AViHomztta ct\ntAL, _w50,000.
en lariiii.n ii v thi: r<i.M2ioNWKAi.TH or va
'oFl'l li—.\. K. Corner >iutli anil .llaiu M-.
RICHMOND, VA.
r |"-tIS Company issue* I'.-.i'lii-ip.-ition
A Policies on I'lii'm ami City Property, by i
\. liii'li tlio insui-t-i! beoofoss a member or tlie
i . M|.;niv, sharing in its profits, a seml-an
ii• i>ii Dividend in' iliri'i. per cent, declared Ju
ly I,IMB,
s _•?__._•«__ 3vs:___>a"__
For the year ending October Ist, 18C9.
Kvtmber of Policies Issued j.ni
Am nun of Proper t. Insured, P2,~A2,\k>3 6f*
.Viiriiini of preinluni Notesdepee*
iinl wiili the Company, i'i,Sl9 i»
-jn hi oi i'n-li l'l-iiiiitiiii.. anil
Vera received, 00,011 76
Amount paid for Loesss and Ex*
peases, 21,11.0 7_
1..--.. ■ .". -.Justed not (lur, 000 00
JAMES M, MURPHY, Agent atOordoßS
i prepared t" receive ipplicatlonalbr
insurance in thi- Company, and can always J
be (bund m the office of Adams Express Co.
I . inborM, Mv?.—ly.
BTOV i:S ! SIOV BSU BTOTESIM
s. cirriixiEß,
h i:'- _iil .fsnlf. !N'o. M l.iuv Steel.
A LB X A X D B I A . VIE Ul N I A,
J'LAI.KK IX AI.L KlN'ns or
I UFL-SAVISf., GAS-BURNING
S'_'o«.'f_N A VO Tf \ ~ ASIK,
\""I.. t—Cook, Parlor, Hull, Church,
* ijiti.'o add other kin-i.-; of stoves end
Itnii;-!-.. Anion.','his ilrsl.-t-lti.ss Cook -tores
in-*' the Excelsior, Monum nial, Ironsides,
William l'l'iin, .soldo Cook, Pennsylvania,
Paragon, I—hlgh, Continental. Old -Domin
ion, William Toll, Ac, Ac., all of which he
wm uml.- as recommended.
L'oppemmltblng and Plumbing, Itooflnpt
and Hpoutlng done In town or oountr__,at
■tiorte*l notice and loweul prices, tor .juallty
of material ami workmanship.
October _, 1888—ly.
XEW BAR ROOM.
I HAVK openetl In tlie store-room
A formerly occupied by bant. T, .1. Peyton
on Main B.reel,u NEW I Iltsi'-CLASS BAB
ROOM, which I shun keep oonstanUy sap
piled with tlie very best Old Augusta I'm*
whiskey, Pure Mountain Apple Brandy,
l-'n-m-h l;i-.t'i'l.v, Peach Brandy, a pureai-ti
<■!<■, Blackberry Brandy, Ol_tger ilo.. Wines
ofall hinds. Tobaooo and Clgara. Tliopuh
llcmay rely outness 11 .nor* and wineses
alwaysofthc bestquallty. I shall do '
everything in my power to please, and ra
sp iinliy/soiieit tlio patronageof thiscom■
i keep constantly on hand a lent, and well
selected slock of
GROCERIES, CANNED FHUIT,
tbe iini'si Tobaooei Ulgars, _tc., whleh will
i..- - .1.1 nt the Lowesl prices for i-o-'u or in ex
■ I i-i ..iiiiiiy produce nl tlie highest
I rates.
1 huve -too Jest opened a first-eluss
I.ivpjy Sfalilo,
in I'l-.pn'.-eil to aooommodate my friends
and the public with Horses, Carriages, Dui.
gles, Ac, at short notice mnl on reasonable
l-'Ali.Ml'lt L, WEBB.
Orange 0. H., January 28, me,
SPOTS\V(MH> HOTEL,
RICHMOND, VA.
r IMIIs Hrit-olass, popular nnd fusliion-
J- able Hotel, the only one located on the
Mm in Street of the city, has been furnished
Ii. in in the most perfect order threuijli-
Ls wilti iv one sonar, of the Capitol, t.'iis
■Honse, Post-offlae, Theatre, Ao., and
on two s_uares of tho Richmond and
lertcksburg Katlroad depot, and the
.t Southern -Urates yin Petersburg and
.traveling public arc cordially Invited
lake their home at the Spotawood, and
proprietors pledge themselves io make
f the future, whal.it has been lor I lie past
\Vui-s, the leading Hou-l of Richmond.
eWTolegraph Office in vestibule, Office of
Routliem mi. I Adams Express Companies ln
th* bulldlug.
MILLWABD BROTHERS,
April 21. IMS. Proprietors.
J E FFI* RSOXI:. BUiA >( E COMPAJT
OK VIBOIHIA,
Caiiltal S-,0_,000
IH'ilt'i: 1010 MnlUHtid 11th Stl'-.li,
RICHMOND, VA.
J. 1.. ArrF.r.Mix, rtuslilsni.
T, 0. B.tt;>:'. -eentarr.
r r A. KOBINIsON, Agent at Ontfife
A. r. 11.; T. s. Aloooke. Agent al Culpeper
i . If.; i).'. C. ('• Conway, Agent at ltapie.an.
August in, isi».—dm.
JO__*V X. CBEIGHTOI. * ton,
IMl'iiuil.lls ami DCILBM IX
lIARDWAR E
,1 XD 210 USFKEEPIS G GOODS,
No. 8S l-lll? Stl-o. I,
AIiEXA_fDRIA, VA.
A €AUU.
T wouiil cull tlm attention of those In
| A want ofa Brst-oIassOOOKIWa STOVR to
tiie IRONSIDES, It has no Hiiiierior, and
over one hundred Of them are now in Alex
au.liiii ami vieinily.
All orders from Ornuge nml adjoining
count:, s promptly aliemli-.l to.
For .sale by E. 11. OLaRKSOX.
Nov. o, 'iiU,—ly. I.i South Royal St.
~NR I4LE OR RUTr
\Y""I'" Wl»h to .-eil our |i'ii-e tin. Store
'» house nt. Gordonsvilie lately oocupte
by us; '.:■ W. .vlll reul it until il can bo dls
,i ,v. x i.. h ;i.- has nineteen years i
run, and will hi- sold eh '.ip.
This Store-house is situated in the cent,
of tlie biisiue-.s port ion of Ilie plaoe, and ha*
. recently fitted up at a heavy expense.
For further information address
PISH-R 4 aOLDSTINE,
.T upi.irv _'-, 1870, Orange 0. H., Va
itEVOLUTION
"VOl-'Rclioi'"'* (l( " lOOOertielee at OXT
A. DO-—AR anch. Webs of Sheeting, 8U
and Merln i Br <ss Patterns, Ac, Inoluclsd i
laree orders, i Ircnlars sent free.
ItEVOLCI'hiN DOLLAR STORE,
13 Lake street, Chicago, Ii
I Fobruary 1,1870.—1 m.
THK CELEBRATEI)
LONE JACK
j AND
33 _E_ «_> -W -DO- __» X O ____
SMOKI KG 'I'D 15 A C CO!
Joint ■*»'.Cut-roll,
— AM'i-'acti inn,
LTNCBsUBO, V a
For sale by CRAVEN & CO,
Gordonsvilie Va.
Di cent-rr U, lECfl.—ly.
WIIXU-I 11. RICKETTS _ CO..
MANri'ACI'UI'.IUtS or
SADDLES, i IAKN ESS
Collars, &c,
ORAMtI'. f. 'i'l'.'l' HOUSE, VIRGINIA
W" I l.T'- i'i'-i"-I'ti'tilly invite Ilie attentio
IT .... In-i.'il i/...ns of this and the adjoinin
to ti - lock of the hlhiv
.. they will sell us cheap as ihe
id insnr o' tliet'iil.*.
£ank.
_****"-"_-«_rS___' 3__.-_i__
I "IF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE,
IN ORANGE COUNTY, VA.
TN pui'Miaue. Ol a deed of trust from
I A Hichard S. lloulware to the subscriber
dated the liith da., of suly, lii.X, duly record
ed lv the cleric's oftieu of Orange Couut
Court, I shall, as trusts, therein named, (i
not previously sold, of which due und time
ly notice will be given,).a il uesdau. the nth
day of May next, If fair. If not the next fair
day thereafter, oner for sale, on the premis
es, to the highest bidder, at public unction,
for cash, or upon such terms aa muv b_ a
grcdd upon on the day of sale, n valuable
TRACT OF LAND,
ti nnd being in the county of Orange,
it three miles limn Orange C.|H„ eon
lOl 3-1 Acres,
ing tlio tract of land Blotted Inthedl
-111 ol lli.-eslale of liobert Clnrli, toTbos.
luiusaiiil Martha his wife, In right of
Hie and by them sold and conveyed to
aid Boulware, 'I'hl.i land lies lv a good
..liborhood and adjoins the lands of Mr*,
t'.ivell, Capt. W. P. cave, Fountain Kennedy
and others,
Tho title ii believed to be unquestionable,
but selling as trustee, I shall convey only
such title as Is Vested iv mo by the deed a
foresaid.
LEWIS B. WILLIAMS, Truste..
April l.j, 187 ft
i;viu.ssin,.(_M c.
>EWSPRIXH AXDSUMMER GOODS.
FOR 1870.
T HAVE (this week) purchased and
- 1 - am daily expecting my stock of Spring
and Summer Goods, which has been selected
with great care, lo suit the wants of the
trade generally. Having had ow 20 years vx
peiience in tiie mercantile buslneu in this
place I flatter myself tbat l o_a offer goods
to suit all, and at prices lo insure sales. My
Stock consists ln pert of Dry Goods. Cloth-
Ing, Hoots, shoes, flats, i 'ups, Millinery,
I oin-y Hoods, Notions, Groceries, Ac., in fact
alm-ist every article ever found In a well
regulated Variety Store; and many seldom
found elsewhere. Call and see for yourselvM
before purchasing. L. \V. &NEED.
-4prll-!)th, 1,70.
fAItA.VG ES. L c m o i) a , Cocoanuts,
v -' Crackers, Oekes and Candies, lust re
ceived by L. w. SNEED.
-May tl, 1870.
WRITE -"each Blow and Harrison
Potatoes, Just received by
Iy «. Ih7o. I_. "\v. sneed.;.
SH pahl tor Country Produce, by
unuary 2., _m L. W. SNEED.
RTILIZJCBS ! —L. W. Sneetl, A
ent forth. Southern Fertilising c.nn
. Also Agent for I he sale of Soluhlo Pa-
Ouano, Ground Plaster, &c. Call and
piuiiphlcl,
pItYSTALIZEI7oTIi.-Brilliant.non
v explosive, no grease, no smell while
I ruing, for sale wholesals and retail by
larch SB, 1.170. _. W. SNEED.
PAUNTON Inspected anil country
Bxtra l-'lour, chun I ry cured llaeon, hams,
.idlers ut d si !es, just received by
prll-12, WTO, L. W. SKEED.
ROUND Plaster anil Lime nii.hiiiul
snd for ale by L. W. SNEED.
luicb _5, 1870.
"OGI*. Sheet. Tire, Horse Shoe an tl
Hammered Iron, N'nil Itods, Steel, Sheet
.-. Ax.-s. i ild Dominion Nal is, Axle-grease
.-so t oihirs. Hemes, .Traces, _ec, tor sale by
Hillary 111, 1t.70. L. W. SNEED..
.HIKI \f} and Beating Stores, stove
pipe, Hollow-ware, Ac, lor sale hv
prll tt, 1170. L. \V. SNEED.
V ITCHES AND CIUGN'ONS.—
Another lot Just received by
February is, isto. L. W. SNEED.
BOOHS _"._» STATIONER .Tf
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT
FRENCH'S
BOOK AND STAT I OX Lil V STORL
I'll King St., Alexandria, Va.
T DESIRE to call tlic especial atteu
-*- lion of Merchunis. T.-acliers, and the Pub
lic generally to tlio large and well selected
si., li Of
SCHOOL ROOKS, lILANK BOOKS,
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
Which I oflHr for sale at tiie lowest cash
prices,lncluding a full assortment of Cap,
Note and Letter Paper, Printing Cards, m
ble*. Episcopal and Catholic Prayer Hooks,
Hold Pens, Gutlldt's and Perry's celebrated
Steel Pens, Xhaddena David* and Arnold's
1..-I Writing Fluid and Ink, Paints, Water
Colors, Dominoefi, Pencils, 81a tea, Copy Books,
Penholders, Memorandum and Pass Hooks,
Envelopes, all sleee end quantities, Ink-
Mamls, Chess mnl Backgammon Hoards and
men, Pocket Book*, Photograph Albums,
Magazines, Reviews, Newspapers, Desks,
1 tillers, and all other a rt irics usually kept iv
a flrst class Book and Stationery store.
All orders from the country promptly at
tended to.
OFORGE E. FRENCH.
September ls.'ftS— ly.
HEHMITAC.E NURSERIES,
RICHMOND, VA.
_-_ - f.■^_■l , _• T____-_!)Bi,
ORNAMENTAL TREES.
GRAPE VINES, BHUBBEBY,
rp-CjCeXrXT-JEi-BAIS, dbC.
Dr. H. I>. TALIAFEniIO A SON, Ag'l*.
FOB Ihe Virginia Nursery and Win
Company nn 'now takingordcrsforTrces.
_.-(*., for Pail planting. Their stock is the
largest and most select ever otlered in the
sim... and they confidently refer to their
I n sand.sol oii.-loniers throughout the State
the promptiiessaedaecuraey with which
Ir orders ere tilled.
rd.ni should be sent early as they are 1111
--n rotation.;
Uy30,18.9-—3m.
ItAI.I.A K» IIOTF.L, (
EtIcHMOHB-. V*., March 10, IK6B. $
US elegant eetabltsbment is open
to the accommodation of of tho public.—
The building is one of the
Finest In the City,
and for style, convenience and beauty of ar
raugemeut, in acknowledged to be superior
Its Furniture
Is new and complete, and lor cleanliness,
is proverbial.
The Milmeriber, after more than twenty
\, os experience in the business, thinks he
risks nothing In say ing that this Hotel shall,
in .very respect, __
l.iliial to any In tlic Smith,
and asks the patronage of his Mends and
the public generally.
JOHN P. HALLARD, Proprietor.
Marc 11 20, 18-8.- tf.
NEW Al. lv ACADEMY.
N" ".N'AUK. DELAWARE.
!rof. El. A. PORTER, A. X., Principal,
First olees .Muthemnlical, Classical and
Sclmilillc
no ir _>_*.<, st'uooit
I*Boys and Young Men, will commence lis
one hundred and first Academic year
SEPTEMBER Ist, !"fii).
For full Information, Bend for Circular.
-3lil.
iURAL PIEDMMT LASD AUEJIC-.
I Manai-d*. ilie, Vs.,
oiric_-N, J i < , ordolll . vi|ll! Vll
[Mils Agency i- actively engaged in
L buying and mil ing bin l". several hun
drad valuable properusa in Orange and ail
oiniug oountiea
rt-FERKNt'ks.—.fudge William J. Robin
son, IMiiu-lottesl ilie ■ Jadge \l itliam Green,
Richmond; T, I. Mlchte, X*.., Si.i ml
William L. _*ly, Es_, -Madison C. H.. Vu.
I DAVID D. M. DIGGKS.
[anuary 8,11869.—1y.
FEETILI__ERSr
ITEonel for sale our usual Spring
r gappy of
..«>. 5 Peruvian Guftno,
SNE DIIST, BONE MEAL, BONE FLOUR,
APES] NItROGEJfIZEt) SCPER-PIIOS
I'll.Ml-: OF LIME,
composed of bose and animal mtittcr thor
oughlmecomposed and , educed to powde
hy mesas of fermentation at lplmrlc acid.—
It is iii/iipt. d lo all orqM, and from a large
nuinin'r of testimonials shown to be ip.
tadfptedtb Corn uml crops. /( is et penna
nt ',• time- r ... Hi soil.
\J oilier sti in.l ii id fertilizers furnished a
cist market pnees.
rjir circulars and other information, ap
BOOK V.-CDiiEUBURN A CO.,
No. 3, Prince Street, Alexandria. Va
:yril i, 15711.-Urn.
iifl-B AXD BO.\l_ .MILL
GOUnOXSVILLE, VA.
"IN'E ground Plaster nntl T>one Dus
always on hand si Market prices. Offl
storu ol W. T. Smith. Orders soUcited.
DILWORTH * BMITM.
Jsnuary 14, Is^n-
nOUSE sntl Mule Bheee, Axes, Mail
inst rcceirwl *l 1 \Y ,-,\iki.__
Ma'r-h ~ lflt.
by rr
II is
O. A. AM* *"i. J
ON itinl alter Wednesday, Fib. 'iflj
one daily passenger train will ru_H
tween Washington and Lynchburg, c^BBQ
Uecling litUol-..lt.iis\ liie ivii.li th-t.'!ie_..j«"M
and Ohio Itailroad to Itlehiiionil,
and the Virginia Springs; ut i_Viielibur.< fl
West and Southwest,nuilal
the North and Northwest. *RR
Leave Wa-liiuglondallyate-.ja.m., Alex
andria ut Buo a. at., arriving at Lynchburg
ut. U. p. in.
Leave Lynchburg northward, at 825 ass,,
arriving nt Alexandria at 5 26 p. ni. and st
Washington nt 8 us p. in,
Also daily, Sunday included, a pnßse_s:.r
train throuyh without change of cart eleepTnm
care attached— between WASHINGTON and
RtCllMU.v D—making close connections nt
Richmond end Washington In the direct
Hue between New York und th. (South At
lantic Still, s.
Leave Washington at MB p. in. und Alex
andrla at 7:25 p. m. pi rive at Gordonsvilie at
11:10 p. m., and m Richmond Bi_o ..in., eon.
nectlng Willi iniin leaving Richmond ut 4:1 f
v. m., lor Pcenborg, Vt eldonainl IheSoatk
west,
Leave Richmond at 8:80 p. m., and Oor
di.nsville ut 1 •-.:_.'"> n, in.; arrive at Alexondilft
at .ililin. m., ami at Washington nl -:Vi lew—
connecting with earliest trains to N.w Vein
und Northwest.
A train for Muiiiiftsn.. Brunch will l.r.Te
Alexandria dally,excepting Sunday, at I.J#
a. in., arrive.g at Ilurrlsonhnrgat 4 2iip. m.
Leave Harrisonburg at 910 a. m. connecting
Manassas Junction with Northbound train
on main line, arrive at Alexandria _t 6-»
p. m.
The train on Mantissa* Branch will mats,
good connections al liie.luiiction withulgh*
line to and from Richmond.
Through ticket* nnd bug_ug» check.* te
all prominent points.
FREIGHT TRAINS
Pass Orange dally northward nf ««.*.■„
und (Southward (Kuiidav excepted,) at tl _.i m,
"i- . J. M. iiHOADUS.
_MatßhU, two. General Ticket Agent
t'UE-Al _AX„ A OHIO ItAILUUAU
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
QN and alter Feb. 2nd, 1870, the I'as
v --'seiiger Trains will run us follows—vlat
Mall Train Bill run dally betweed Rich*.
mood ami Staunton (except, ISunday. be
tween Oordonsvllle and Staunton; leave
Rieliiiiond at ti.-'lua. m. and arrive st Staun
ton at 13) p. m. L.aie Staunton at t-_._
v. in, nml arrive at Richmond 12U p. m,
mnklng close connetlona at Oonloiisvllle'
and Chariot'civille with Orange, Alexandra*
and Manassas Railroad Mall Train* for Alex
andria, Washington, Baltimore, Philadel
phia, New York, .te.; also tor Lynchburg,
Knoxvllle, Chattanooga, .Memphis, New or*
leans, Montgomery, .Mobile, Ac. 4 . .
Mat) Train will run trl-woekly betweesi
Staunlon and White Sulphur Springs oa
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Leave
Staunton ot 4-10 pin and arrive al WbftsSul
phur at 1005 pm: leave White Sulphur si
,'i.Hii 111, and i-nlvo at Staunton nttfam.—
And going West will connect with stage., ft*
follows, viz:—At Goshen wi lb stages for Lex
ingioii, Natural Bridge, and Rnclmrldae
Baths. At MUlboro' with stages for Bath Al- -.
uiiiii.nml Warm Bprlngs, and at WliiieSul
phur with slages ior Lewi-burg, CbarleßU>___,
stages will also leave Staunton on Thu*»
day, Thursday, mid Saturdiiy mornings, foe
Lexington and Natural Itrldge.
mi ;ut passenger . rain win mn be
tween Richmond and Washington .lightly
without change of ears, leaving Richmond
atSDOP. M„ and arriving at Richmond, as
3,0 A.M., making all through connections
at Richmond and Washington. SLEEPING
CARS will be attached to this train, and will
be run through between Richmond aad
Washington without change.
JAMES K. NKTHERLAND,
February 14, hWO. Oeneral Ticket Auest.
RICHMONI)AiII>I_TERSRCR6B.B.
QN and after Monday, April 1,, 18S9
K -' Ihe trains on this roiid will leave as fol
lows :
Leave Richmond nt 4 p. m. and US p. nt.
Leave Petersburg at 9.80 a. m. and 0.60 p. m
Accommodation Train with passenger car
attached, will leave Richmond daily at 4 p.
111.. and Petersburg daily ut (..ll) 11. m. (Sun
davß excepted.)
The 1 11. m. train will not leavo Richmond,
on Sundays, aud the ti,",il p. m. train will nut
leave Petersburg on Sundays.
Passengers for Norfolk will tak the 4. p..
m. train, running through daily.
Baggage checkep through.
The passenger coach attached to the coil
train will leave Clover Hill al7 a. m- and re
turning, leave Richmond nt -.10 p. m on
Tuesdays, Thursday* and Saturdsv*.
THOMAS H. W.NNE
May 7, 1801). Superintend
e.IRPEN"Tr"„IXU H'lU.i. tIUILDI_t
AN" D 0 NDI I'TAKI NO.
'TITl'" undersigned desires to annonn.e
A to the public Of Orange and the udjoinlna
coiinlii-s that lie has resumed his former rail
ing, for which ho wus trained by yearn of
study and practical experience, and Is now
prepared to do all kinds of
CARPENTER'S WORK, HOTSE BVIAt
-IXU AND MILL l.'/;.iA'AV<-
I will contract for Public and PrivateDtstlt
ini/s,lllllll-11 Dettgntand .1/.../.-/.., ami p rforaa
all lie duties required of an experienced an..
skilled architect.
Persons desiring to construct, repair or in*
prove MlLLSofany description. wUIdo well
to call on me, as I am particularly acquaint*
ed witli ihui branch of my business 1 wiu
also do the work ofan
IXDKKT.iKER
and supply COFFINS of of such pnttornsssfl
price, as may be desired b.vclthcrthe wealth*
1. Ihe poor,
All work shall be done promptly, vtcaim
'■jUlifnlhi and ln a ioori.inan-.iJl_ manner, at f
snail employ none but the best, hands,
in a community where I hnvebeen no lon*
nd 1 trustee well known, it is not necessa
y thot I should give a special reference or
recommendations. 1 refer to the work hen-.
Inline done hy me, and all I ask is a fall
share of the patrunge of my I'rleuds m:e
neighbors. • T. j. PEYTON.
August 7, 18(18
~THEViR_Ux7_FI.ANI) AGENCII J
FOR THK PURCHASE AND SALE 0» RM
REAL ESTATE
OX COMMISSION. '
PUBLISH a weekly paper for dlsfrt
-•- butlon in tbe North nnd on Rallrond.
and Canals leading to Virginia, advertising
lauds entrusted to them for sule.
W. W. SCOTT, Local Partner
At Gordousvlll.,
ej-Offlceover the new Drug Store
December 17, lt-'Cl.—3m.
Attorney At Law,
eORD'ON-VlLLilt, VA.,
"PRACTICES in the Courts -of Oiv
A ange, Oi-eene, Louisa, Albemarle an#
Mlnlisl.ll. Will draw Deeds, Contracts, Will..
Ac, at the usual lute-.. Also l.uys and seilg
Real Esttite on contmlHSlon ln connet-Uom
with the Virginia Lund Agency.
**-01tlee o\ er the new Drug Slore-.
December 17, IS.W.—ly. I
~~ EST 4lt "LIS I. KO iHliB.
'TO my friends anil customer* and ait
-*- wishing to buy cheap goods, eoms «*Ht I
see my well assorted j
STOCK OF..COODS, '
consisting of Dry Goods. Clothing, Boolean*
Shoes, Hals, Notions, Groceries, Ac. Also,*
well assorted stock of LIQ.HURS cncsj»«
than the cheapest, at li. HEAR'H
December 17, hull.—ly. Cash ( otuer.
~*~~ ~R. S. THOMAS.
Attorney At Law,
STANAJHO.SVILE, V A.,
W1 1.L practice in all of the Courl
ofOreene, Orange and Madison Cous.
ties tolle. lions ofcli.ims promptly nuene
ed to. Discharge! in Duukruptcy ootain*4
Oetoiieri!:!. ÜBg-HMa.
PoTniEiroFiUjßE ronE
FINELY ground Bones, ground from ,
pure bone, without adnilxtnt. of aay
kind. Price Sot) per ton. Also,
Lime and Piaster,
ANO SAWED LUMBER. i
For sale by BCOTT * DILWORTH. I
„ Gordonsvilie, Vet I
N. 1!.—All kinds of Lumber »aw»d lor »■_- I
tomers. 1
May -o,lß6S—tf. J
"jam eslTpo w kll, I
Attorney At Law J
ORANGE COURT HOUSE, VA. ■§
I ATTENDS all the Courts of Oraerfl
aa. and Spotsylvania Counties. Will, *li__f
attend to any business lv Cue countle*
joiriina this; and in the U.». court* at Ki**_B
IIH.-tl.l.
October 22, 1809 ■
P. B. IIIDE-, 1
; Attorney At LaWl
ORANGE C. 11., VA., M
WILL practice in the Court* of
ange a id Ih" adjoining Count Im. all
claims for eolleetloii promptly etlend*dte
OUiee hours fmm 9 A, M. t.4 P.M.
April 16,18-9.—ly. _________
1 ~ AY. IV. BI'RGESS.
Attorney At Law J
oiIANUE OOURI HOUSE, VA.
WILL pre. tic In ih« C'ir.'tiltend CoeakA
1 "mis or Orange aud tbe *dj*laiaH
ounlies,
- Cnuiy M
"| I IMi:7n«! received at ~ JLW
'liv i-tk 1 1 -~-i. r. __. *-< nRRtM

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