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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY II, 1873.
EDITOR AD fU.fFU.V1?Sl.
Ceirpltt Friof the BRISTOL NEWS ma; a!way
b found at the effi cej of -
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
ilvertljinj; Agents, 40 1 t Park Rew, Hew York
We are ut'iorlnJ torepreaeut asln that city.
Messrs. Griffin 4 Ho-ffjms
Newspaper Advertising Agents, No.
4 South Street, linltrnrore. Md., are
duly authorised to contract for adver
tisements at our lowest rates. Adver
tisers Iti That City are: requested to
leave their favors w ith this house.
3fcr. Aiken fr Co. are cnirariflioriz
ed agemt to obtain and receipt or rub
tiriptions to the. NEWS at Union
Tenn. Parties desiring to subscribe
can enter their- chtb list at the most
advantageous rata ever offered in this
HOW IS THIS!
The Monistown Gazette of a recent
At the late term of the Chancery
Court at this place, Messrs, Shield?,
Netherland, Dcaderick, Taylor and
York, as attorney for numerous stock- ;
holders of the Ivast Tennessee, Virgin
ia and Georgia Railroad Company,
filed an Injunction Hill against Messrs. I
Wilson, Met thee, Jaques and others;
the ohject of which, as we learn, is to ,
prevent a sale of a majority of the1
tock of the K. T. Va. A (ia. II. R. Co.
by Messrs Wilson, McGheo, Jaques
and others, to the Southern Railway
If we take the official report of
G. W. Cass, Tresidcnt of the South
ern Railway Security Co., under date,
of Dec. 4th 1871, we find this lan
guage. Th ccontrolof the following roads,
has been secured by this Company,
by a purchase of a majority of the
capital stock of each, amounting in
the aggregate at the par value thereof
to $0,745,000, at a cost of $3,400,000.
being an arcrage of 50 4 10 per cent,
Washington & Weldon ' 151 mis.
Wilmington Columbia & Au
gusta, 1SS "
North Eastern. 102 "
Richmond k Petereburg, 25 "
CJheraw & Darlington, 40 "
Charlotte Columbia t Augus
ta, 105 "
East Tenn. Va- & Georgia 270
lliclunond & Danville, to ureens-
making an aggregate of 1,191 " of
.road, lha construction and equipment
f which, originally cost $32,000,000,
in gold, or an averagcof 827,000, per
Now from this it would seem, that
this Morristown bill is a little too late
to stop the form of the sale alluded
to, but it may be the substance, and
not the form thuis aimed at. Will
our readers of upper East Tenn.. and
S. W. Virginia, please bear in mind,
thai all of this movement, means the
utter ruin of our railroad facilities,
and that this Morristown bill is inten
ded to thwart that movement. Let
Col. Scott succeed, and all the
freight and trade which thunder into
Chattanoogi, will pass up the French
Broad, through N. C. to Danville,
thence to Philadelphia, end tee of
Bristol and vicinity, will never have
another road. At the recent Xovcin
ber meeting of the stockholders of
the E. T. Va & Ga. II. R. this afore
said nvijority of its stock, did not ap
pear in the name of the S. R. S. Co.
at all, although live transfer had been
formally nude in December of 1871.
All this can go for nought, for Vir
ginia alone holds the coveted, gol.
den key which would open the door to
this well studdicd f but yet imperfect
denoument. In an evil hour, she
did ptrt th' transfer of the KieW
mond & Petersburg R R., to certain
Virginians, who solemnly alleged
they sought its control for them
selves alone. Yet we find this same
Road, now in the pocket of Col.
Scott's S. R. W. S. Co. Can there
be a doubt that a similar movement
is fffcaft through Mr. Reuben Rjg
land. who now stands begging the
Va. Legislature for a charter to com
plete this chain of connections across
Virginia ? Close up this East Tenn.
Va. & Ga. transfer, fix up the sale of
the W. N. C. road and then grant
Ragland his charter and as well were
it then that these Pennsylvanians had
tunnelled Virginia, As well will it
be hereafter to any S. W. Virginian
who should vote far it that a mill
stone were about his neck and that
the sea had closed over him.
OUR rVMUCRLAXDGAF RAIL
The Lynchburg Virginian, which is
noted for saying nothing that is hasty
or ill advised. In speaking of the joy
of our Kentucky friends over the
completion of the C. k O. R. R. ,
uses this forcible and significant Ian.
44 We rejoice more heartily than our
Kentucky friends, over the great con
fcumujation, and take occasion to ex
press the hope that the time is not far
distant when we tdiall have another
connection at the Cumberland Gap.
We should not, in our rejoicing over
the completion of the Central line,
lone sight of the importance of com
pleting a linethroujh Virginia Terri
tory, to tho Kentucky border. That
! nnxxr fvnisf meted and in opera
tion from Norfolk to the Tennessee
IrfMimJarv. Rut it will not be com
plete until it reaches the Cumberland
Gap and develops a large ortion of
Virginia and Kentucky territory that
though very productive, is now cut ofl
from the markets of the world. Ae
know whevof we poak, when we say
lhat so soon as awuranrv can be given
that Kentucky will iiiwt us t the
(inn, ftrranrements will be made to
erfect tha Virginia portion of the
work. This line ought to be .uuH and
,.ut ir. opor:tt;..Ji at :n early d.iy.
AND ho the Torbett issue of the
Bank of Tennessee are good. Chancel
lor Fleming of Nashville has decided
that they were not issued in aid of th
Petersburg now, has its . turn
with Small Pox. Knoxville still has
it, and the prospect seems fa? Table
for its general spread over the etron.
Rome Ca. has a population
C.000, and a debt of $100,000, or
$133 to each soul. Some of them
can asie" pay the dbc of nature
than their share of this town debt.
It is estimated that the New River
improvement will cost a little over a
The town of Maroin Virginia is
taking steps to have the Holston
stocked with fish peculiar to other
. The Lynchburg Virginian says it
has personal knowledg of the fact that
as soon as a connection at Cumber,
hnd Gap shall Lave been opened.
Gen. Ma hone will commence the Va,
& Ky. R. R. We knew that long
OUR RICHMOND LETTER.
Cutting ut work in Caucus
Tlie holliday fhrce to be end
ed The Court bill -The
County Judg-es to be elected
soon - The South Western
members - Respect Cor
the late Commodore
JTlAuray A long: sess
ion looked for.
Richmond, Feb., 1873.
There has been a conference of the
conservative members of the General
Assembly since I last wrote you, and
it has been decided to change the
time of the annual n ceting of that
body to the first day of Jan. in each
year. This saves $14 000 spent
heretofore in Christmas hollidays.
It will save as much more by way of
shortening the sessions. The farmers
jrill adjourn when spring comes.
The oyster bill has at length come
to the Senate, having passed the
The Judiciary bill is now passing
in review before the House of Dele
gates, which when it came from the
hands of its patron and able drafts
man, Col. Fulkerson of your place,
and approved by the committee, pro
vided for four terms of the Circuit
Courts and a transfer of the J urisdic
tion, now concurrently held by the
County and Circuit Courts to the
latter, left the County Courts, still to
be the triers of Mills, Wills, Police,
Roads, Misdemeanor, Cases and ap
peals from Justices and paid the
Judges thereof $4.00 per diem. The
bill was amended by tl.e House so as
to give the County Courts Jurisdic
tion of all claims under $500.00-
Gen. Walker of Pulaski has now be
fore the House a substitute for this
amendment, which will in effect re
store the bill and thus restored it
will now, it seems pass, provided the
appointing power for election Judges
and officers is conferred upon the
Circuit Courts. This will insure . it
is believed the Republican vote,
whose aid will in part be relied on to
effect the passage of the bill. Much
interest anions members is felt in
this bill, and each side is working in
earnest. The caucus also determined
to elect county Judges this term, but
nothing in that direction will be done
until after the fate of the Judiciary
bill is known. It may considerably
lessen t ie number of aspirants of the
South Western delegation . Generals
Walker and Cumingsand Col. Fulker
son supported in able, forcible speech
es the passage of the bill, showing its
reform, retrenchment and relief. Mr.
Graj ofFluvana, Coghill, of Am
herst and Rrook. of Faquier, made
telling speeches in favor of the bill.
It is understood that Mr. Queen of
Scott, who has the subject well diges.
ted, will occupy the floor to-day, fol
lowing Mr. Hooker, who offeres a
substitute, in effect to district the
State for county Judges, giving each
Judge two or more counties.
The Sout West owes much to three
gentlemen, whose names are but sel
dom seen ; because they never make
set-speeches. They do more , howev
er, they are always in their seats,
voting for the right, and their firm
ness and close application entitles
them to the distinction of ,43Iodel
Representatives," and recommends
them to the confidence of the coun
try. I mean Mr. Jack Carter of Rus
sell, Mr. E. S RishopofLee and Mr.
M. S. Ratlin of lse and Buchanan.
The Senate did nothing of importance
last week exccpt"the passage of the
amendment, much the same bill as
last year. The two Houses to-day I
aiier aisposing oi mc morning uus:
ness adopted appropriate resolutions,
and then adjourned as a token of res
pect to the late Comodore Maury,
- A J- i .1 I 1
goodness and greatness are
to all, and whose death has
gloom over the civilizeJ
This truly good and great
man has attained a distinction but
seldom equalled by any of our race.
Honor to his memory ; he is worthy
to repose in the same soil that holds
the ashes of Jackson and Lee.
The indications are for a long sess
ion and should the election of Judges
take place and there be no change in
our system we will hardly get away
before the middle of March. I have
now written to much and will close.
This gentleman appeared before
the House Committee on Koads on
Friday evening and Saturday morn
ing, and delivered a speech on the
subject of the proposed Free Railroad
law. His effort is thus noticed by
the Richmond Whig :
'Refore the meeting of the House,
the Commitee on Roads met in the
Hall to hear the conclusion of Gener
al Mahone's remarks on the subject
of the proposed Free Railroad law, or
as it is more familiarily known, ''the
bill of the naturals." There was a
large attendance of members of the
two Ileuses ar.d of others, who listen-
ed with markcdU?3tion to Gen. Ma
hone. He madS'ai profound impres
sion upon all who heard him. He is
not only a man oPactian, but possesses
the gift otspa4wBg to a remarkable
Ldejrrse JI? who beard him were im-
pressed?bj hh wonderful display of
intellectual power.-his thorough ac
quaintance with railroad matters, and
his complete insight into the plans of
the great outside monopoly for the
subjugation of Virginia. After the
adjournment of the committee, one
gentleman remarked to another that
the patron of the bill, Major Suther
lin, intends replying to General Ma
hone at the next meeting of the com
mittee. "The duce he does," replied
the other gentleman. It will be
lik -.lurgiug a battery of columbiads
with a pop-gun !
Tne Whig, in another article on
the same subject, says when General
Mahone said, speaking of himself and
other officers of the Atlantic, Missis
sippi and Ohio Railroad Compiny, we
are the servants of Virginia stock
holders hold our place. by their will,
and not by the grace of any foreign
hand soever, the large crowd that
had gathered in the hall of the House
Why Endure What is Curable !
"What can't be cured mu9t be en
dured," says the proverb ; but indiges
tion can be cured.and therefore it is the
merest stupidity to endure it. Dys
peptics have certainly a right to. con
tinue dysjeptics to the end of their
days if they choose, but as it is not sup
posed that any rational being prefer
physical torment to ease and health,
the probability is that if all sufferers
from indigestion were convinced that
an absolute, infallible remedy fortheir
complaint existed, they would with one
accord resort to it. We most emphat
ically declare that such a remedy does
exist, and that its name is Hostetier's
Stomach Bitters. The record of its
success extends over a period of more
than twenty years, and it is fearlessly
alleged that during the whole of that
time it 1ms never failed to afford per
manent relief in any disorder or de
rangement of the stomach that was
not organic, malignant, and incurable.
The testimonials that go to establish
this important fact can be counted by
the thousand. Stomach complaints
that had been aggravated by a total
disregard of all dietary rules, and in
tensified and rendered chronic by me
dicinal treatment or drastic purgation,
have in hundreds of instances been
cured within three months by the sys
tematic use of this celebrated stom
achic and alterative. It should be re
membered that weakness of the diges
tive organs involves many other ail
ments. Rilliousness, headache, ner
vous debility, spasms, palpitation of
the heart, rush of blood to the head,
nausea, vertigo, and sleeplessness are
among its concomitants and results ;
and for all these the great vegetable
tonic is a secific. It acts first upou
the stomach, and through the stom
ach upon the secretory and nervous
systems and the bowels, its general ef
fect being always genial and benefl
cient. A CARD.
DR II. Q. A. ROYCR, Win- per
manently located himself in Bristol,
Tenn., offers bis professional scrricce to the
public for the trentment of all diseases pe
culiar to Wemrn and Children. Having
ni:iIe thin branch of 1i;h profct-nion a speci
alty for nearly twelve yearn, and tbe general
euccees attending it. Imp induced Lira to con
fidently asBure all who may place themselves
under his care, the most approved method
of treatment now known to tho profession.
He intends no disparagement in eaying that
do physician can arrive at distinction iu the
management of those diseases unless hi
whole time and attention i given to their
investigation and .-tudy. Many of them be
ing peculiar in their nature, delicate to in
vestigate, and consequently difficult to under
stand, makes it quite essential that the en
tire thoughts of the practitioner should be
engrossed with the subject. Ladies living
at a distance who are afflicted with Chronic
Affwtmxs will be received into his houne,
and placed in the rare of hid wife, who will
ee to their general comfort, through good
nurses, regulated diet, &c., at a cheaper rate
than they could be visited far in the country.
Should any however have friends in town
and prefer being with them, the same medi
cal attention will be given them as if thcy
wcre in his own house. Married ladie e.in
confide in the good treatment of the Pocfor
in all cases, and under aTt cirenmhfances.
Jt-yitesiJence on Stir Ptreet, opposite
Bristol, Tenn., Dec. 17, '72. lj
A Hare Chance.
TPHE Subscriber lias on Main Street in
X the Town of Wrthevillc, Va., an eight
square BRICK DWELLING, Three Stories
High, large and beautifully situated on half
acre lot, which lie will exchange for lota or
building material in the town of Bristol.
The house is new but unfinished, owing to
the fact that he declined occupying it as a
residence. It will take about six hundred
dollars to complete it. Several hundred dol
lars can be made by any one willing to take
hold. Title perfect.
Also nt Mt. Airy Depot, Va. & Tenn, Rail
raad, a commodions BRICK HOTEL and
STORE HOUSE with two acre lot, immedi
ately in front of the Depot, with all nccessa
rv out buildings, which will be exchanged
fur good property in Bristol on fair terms.
There is no oetter sianu oa iue line ior eci
ling goods than at this depot.
II. Q. A .J BOYER.
Brktid, Tenn., Dec. 17. tf.
Mountain View Hil School !
rfl UK nrxt Srralon of Five Month, of (hit School
I for Ycnrtg LmJi-. will enmmrnc on the
-- SSlh or J nonary, '7. In charge
of th following teacher . .
KF.V. D. SCLUKS. A. St.. Tritieipal, and Prof,
of JftHiUl, Xnnl and Advanced Xat. cirnc.
Pxol. E. Crlchroui. D. I'll., Frofeator of Mathe
matics nd Lanfuff.
Mr. B. I . Cbtnccaolm, Principal Academic Do
partment, Xr. Snlliii. Princifat Primary and Preparatory
bopartnient, nJ Mini E. Cox aod Jic Tinimie
Prof, F. F.. Hacker; Teacher of Masic and Punt
ing and Drawing.
Mr. A. E. Solium, Matron.
TEIIMS, per 8ein of Fire. Month one-half
In advance, mileai DT ipeciai coniraei :
Primary Department 10 00
"reparatory Department, - 12 00
Academic ln't in Two Cbtiea, lt claas,.. 14 00
" 2d tlm 17 00
Collegiata Deirlm(nt Winding Latin So
Modem Languacca. eaeh iO 00
Ma it An Piano and Guitar, each, with oe of
Piano 25 0"
Painting and Drawing, each, 10 00
Kredlework and FmlToidery, each. 10 Mi
Vocal Leaaonatotba whole acbooi,.... .... Free
Special Vocal Leanona 20 00
eard and wood "'
Bonding department In charge of Principal and
hia wife. Toting ladiea fumUti their own pillow
caaea. sheet, towel and light. Waahiiig can be
had) at a dollar per month. No deduction from
billa aniens in case of protracted sickness.
MTFor partlcalara address the Principal it
Drietjl.Tcnn. Jan. 2J, "73. tf
MR. FRANCIS M. HICK AM:
Take notice that on the JStli day of
February, 1873, at the dwelling house of
Henry Jenninsja in Scott Conntr, Va., I
will proceed to take the depositions of said
H. J. J. Jennings and others to be read ns
evidence npon the trial of the suit in Chan
cery now pendirg in the Circuit Court of
Scott county, Va , wherein I am Complain
nnt and you are Defendant. And if from any
cause the taking of said depositions should
not be commenced on that day or if
commenced should not be completed, the
taking thereof will be adjourned from day
to day, from time to time and from place to
place, if necessary until tne uepoeitiona are
completed. Yotirs, &c.
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GOODS FOR 1873.
co ivriE .nsriD see
US AT THZ OLD STAND .
Ii UBS OX'S B U1LD1XGS,
ITFIEIIE we will be pleased to see our
I I fricndu and all in'search pf desirable
WixTtn GMi8 at prices as low as bituilar
goods can be sold in this market.
oPExnt; mis wef
6 Cartoons f Ladies' Shoes (direct from
the Manufacturer ) consisting of Ladies
Calf, single and double sole eewed Eal's,
French Kid, BiiI'b double and single sole.
1 Cartoon Ladies Cloth Button Gaiters.
Velvet and Kid tipped Gaiters.
Men's and Boys Balmorals k Brojran Shoes
- Boots in all styles.
Misscp, Children and Infant Shoes; a large
Gents, Boys and Children's Hat?, a hand
some assortment ana very clie-ip.
A large stock of Notions aud Fancy Goods
Dress Goods. Shawln. &c. Alpacae very low.
Flaniicls.Liuseys, Drillings Cambrics &c. &c
We have purchased the stock of Saddles.
Bridle. Halters, Harness, &c, of Mr. Thos.
Joiinston, Manufacturer, Hint can oKer great
bargains in the bet assortment of Ladies
and Girls Saddles in Bristol, all maile here
One far Load
of Liverpool Salt , a heavy "essortnrent
of Oueenswarc, Woolen ware, Aaiis, nam
ware. Heady made Clothing in great varie
ty. Choice Sugars, Teas, Syrups, Apple
Vinegar, Soap, Perfumes, Sc., ke.
We propose to reduce ottr stock by spri ng
a low ns iiossihle. Cash buyers will fiud
our House the place to bny.
Good Goods al Ihe Zowesl
KO CREDIT IS OUR KOTTO 1873.
But next to Small Pox save us from the
The highest price paid for marketable pro
duce, all kinds.
8-Look out for the ''Red FlaS,M mt
the old stand of
I. B- DUNN fc CO.
Bristol, Jan. H,'73 tf.
Trustee's Sale mt Real Estate.
"WrritKITAST to a Dieree of the Circuit Conn
JUT held for the County of It'aahinfrton, at the
September term, IS71, I will offer for aale, to the
liiKbeat bidder, altuei.oun nouae aoor, m aoing
don on the 241b tiny of February. 173,
all the right, title and intereet, which Kobl.
L. Rhea haa in and to the undivided tract of land
mentioned in the pleadings, altuated in eaid county
known aa the Khea Tract, and adjoining- he landa
of Henry Freston, Jieil Car mack and olhera, aud
inppoaed to be about
Tre UnndNd aad Thirty Af res
of theaaidtraettoaatiafya Deere rendered In fa
vor of Joe. W. and Jae. O. Owen, Ex're of Afam'l K.
Uoodton, dee'd. va. H'm. F. Moon, K. L. Khea and
otbera. The aaid land will be eold for Caah anffi
cient to ray thecoata of raid en It, and the eomuiia
aiona and other eoete of aale, and the balance on a
creditor one, two aud three yeara In equal pay
ment", the perehaaer required to Rive bond with
approved aecarity ; and a lien rotained on the land
until the purchaae money ia fully paid.-
M. L. BLAt KLhY, Trustee. "S
Jan-y 7, 1S7S.--4.W. Pr'a fee S.
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er with as many more ia other positions.
Persons deiring an unusual! choice in
Teetme&t will do weU to Affy at auce. It
may be said that this Land forms the North
weal era bon injury of (sAxisaa, for ver thn e
fuurtlut of a Utile. TLrouhsut its ent tm
length, it ij within, a half mile of tbe Tow n,
at one point crot-ein; the C'erycratiuii line.
It ft not HVely that it will be Lu on the
market, and applicatioi tdiould he made at
cm to I. C. tVWfcta at the News Oifue,
I!ritoI-Goodson,0JT t me. Direct to Bristol
W. A. RADER.
Oct. 13 tf.
IX THE TH It I VINO
TOWN OF TJJi'lOIi
Cn E. T. & Va. R. R-. Me ""'
west of Bristol.
THE STORE-IIOl'SB AND RES I-
j r ..lr rwruLietf o y nistu v-w.
offerel for Sale at
aence: I'MWTiv - ,
a very- hw price, i n
property wouW De very wtu euneu ior a,
Hotel and Livery Stb)e, Wh cf which it
. a 11 is - j r
L very badly r.eeUel inur to,wa, une-ioint
I . k. moiier will be recnircd in
alrance, the balacte ia six, audtscha
santbs, with interest from aal.
For further particulars apply to A.T.
Wiluan, Union Depot, vlui will show theprop
rrty. He also has twa other IIouhcs and
l.jts for Sale, weU improved, in gool Ws-
ioBo on main Street, m the t wn of t'nioa
C. V. PRKH.
- O. T. PIPPER. M. B
. (Foruierly'of FopyerBroa-
WHOLESALE L BtTAlt, CtAERS IM
BEUGS, PAHITS, CilS, DTE STUFFS,
CLAS5, riTTT, LiEWrUHr-
Gsods. JToticms, Tobacoc, Ci?ars, ?o
' King Block, 4th Street,
:.or. ES. If