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THE BRISTOL NEWS
I. O. FOWLER, RfIT4U AND 1'ROPRILTOB.: iim .0-1.. . ;!). u j i g. . jrr gr? TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1881. XMWX ha Iten enttred at $ecomt EVENT and COMMIiNTi Tlie (treat county of IMtty 1 vanlu has reduced her land Hugossnicnt, iil.ont. 20 percent. U Ih tlio largest of the 100 a. coumicfi, nnci eonmiiiH the prosper- tfillu mill irinii'ln.. nli.. - r , 1 i.. , ...... ft, ,.,,, , ,,jr , IMUIMIIU. , Tazewell county la waes8id on 310 Hionnnnil acre of land, valued nt. 1 j J.i.a.u, winch is nn iiicrrutf. of f43,r(i!l, over tlie hskpkkiiipiii. r mm. w iw,m lrfo tlmt Ja-e county bIiows u dci'ieaac of .. i . . 1 1 mill, 1 1 jht cent. Julius Mover. A Xcw York htif'h. ar lust week lined Lfi0 mill tson t4nriil to the penitentlarr for three months for oiiin iiiwonntl ment. The A. M. & 0. R. R. "W Iihvo no telegraphic lie vs up to thelioiirofgolnjrtopresfl, 2 1 M., but Hi following from the Richmond Dig. patch BccniH clearly to Indicato that Gen. MnhoiKi him entitled himself to the prat Itude of nil Irglniaiis by savin";, when 11 deemed lost, her greatest public work nn nlKoseeurinR four millions of dol lars, duo lier by that corporation. Wo share In the general opinion that this great Virginian has 'scooped" this great uci coveted line at the moment when the vultures felt sure, of 'their rich prey The Atlantic, Mississippi and unio ttaiiroad. OlKlliL MinONB MARKS irl'LlCATIOS TO TU trXlTKI) RT4TK8 COURT POK UU VK TO AHOKKM ITS PHOPKKTT. (Upteltl Itltf rim to lk Rltlritoni Dlir..lcb.) , i - " r I La boen made to the United States Court i1 li.ut lrt y Ueneral JHahone Tor leave to redeem ttie nroncrtj of the. Atlantic. MIrkIhuIiiii! Atid Ohio road. Judge llond has tele- fTHniieu ,iuagn ungues to Join lilm In Jiehniond on Tuesday next'to hear the rtnllcatlnn. Jiidce Hurl. Ima ritiif,i Voutitfl of all parties In the cause to bo nonneu accordingly. The hearlnir of the million in r.wlsm the road will be two clay In advance of iuu anvuniHcu itaj ior MIC saio or the same. A meeting of (lie City Council was held to-day, and Messrs. llmstadler, M. I'arks, John L. Roper, and V. U. Gmner were appointed to go to New York to confer with the rcprcnucntatfvcB of the .i.i .f it i i cities oi joicrsniirg ami i.ynciihurg for tho purpose of placing themwdves ill di rect communication with the party or parties who ire desirous of purchasing the road. 'Hie committee will meet at Richmond on W eduesduy next. Nocossary, out Impossiblo. The Fundcr Paradox. . Vft doubt If the counsel for tho plain tiff lit the rase of Nartman vs. Green Itow, recently dcvrlded by tho U. S. Su preme Court, aro moro anxious to have prevail an extreme construction of Judge FUld' decision than the majority of tho Tnnder press of the Slate are. Theso gentlemen declare that the decision fastinn on tlio nock of Virginia tho yoko or the funding Hill of 1871; that It render Readjustment Impossible. They thus declare themselves willing to accept without further resistance, a con etruetlon that will foive an Increase, mid large Increase at that, If taxation, one that will put consols to par ami peeler to zero, or compel in to pay annually (1 per cent, on 33 millions of dollars. Yet these are the men who declare their pur pose to vote next year that vast body of Jleadjusteri who recently voted the May ticket. These are the men v ho a few weeks ago asked that Iteadjiistment Jie turned over to them as their Job. These are the men who, the other day, declar ed Iteadjiistment a Niti'itssiTr and to day, an iMrtn!im.ii v. Now we ask the Iteiuljiisters to note Oil much : The Supremo ( 0111 1 of the V. 8. In the case of llartman vs. (Jreon hovr, has simply decided that If a State chooses to tax her liond and coupon, like other property Is taxed, It cannot deduct the tax from the fmo of (he cou pon, when that coitmn Is presented for payment. That I all. And then to note this much morn t Next fall will be tho decisive battle of this whole Issue. These saute gentleman will then again sk you to turn over Readjustment to them. If It be your purpose to abandon Readjustment to them finally and double your State taxes, then rote with these Jlourbon and join them In cursing Senator Mahone. If however yU wish to clean up Readjustment, and ave free education, free miflrage, and moderate taxation, by ouo bold ami do olslvo advance on the Bourbon In their last ditches, then stand to your gnu and the Bristol Kawi will help you sweep U field. I'M! I . Tim Tennessee Legislature lin taken a ten day recess ami Its members are now at home, Ve know of very little ood It could do, If lu pel feet woi LIng humor, and It Is ngreed that the anoma lous muddle over the election ol a Semi tor and State ofllcer has so fur dcmnil 1cil ll licit s I'luince of air ws regarded gen ii I I'oi It and biMlie llie rrrrn, .t ll I dree I'f I lie Inn inn -hi i v. ent "er ,o die i:r.u.,;;, si,. ihto cl -t c.'l s l.'i'i'ii' !Y in, P. A, Num. - rctary of State, and a Republican, dipt. James Nolan, Comptroller. Over this action hot words and verv severe lan guage were indulged in by the Democrats toward Davis. Plumner, Mathews and Weaver, Charges of bribery were open ly made and an Investigation ordered. It may thus be seen that the Republicans very narrowly missed electing Maynard to the Senate. Littleton of lioiinc, over his own name In print, declared ho knew and could prove that Davis and Plum mcr had sold out at f 250 each. The ep ithets "liar, rascal and scoundrel" have been freely applied. At the end of the recess what next? We see no chance except to worst the debt matter. There are not enough low tax men there to make a "Savage" settlement, and a un ion of high tax Democrat and Republi cans seems to be foreshadowed. If it shall come to tills, we may look for Ten nessee to get deeper in that mire which has purlyzcd Virginia. Tho A. M. & 0. E. R Case. Col. Fulkorson left Bristol yesterday A. M. to meet tho other old Directors of tho A. M. & 0. R. R. at the call of Win. Mahone, President. In this connection wc publish the following from the Lynch burg News of yesterday : General Mahone h:is issued a call for a meeting of tho old board of director of the A. M. A O. It. R. Co. to assemble in the Whig building, Richmond, to-day. The call Is signed by him a 'President!" This, no doubt, foreshadows an early re possessioii of the road by him, which, from what we learn, is among the not remote probabilities. The air is full of rumors and belief that Gen. Mahone will save this great Virginia work to Va. Next Thursday will settle the character of these rumors. If ho should save this line, what a com ment It will be on those men who have delighted In aspersing him us an enemy to Virginia! TnE newest open secret as to the new Cabinet Is that Robert Lincoln, sonof President Lincoln, is one of the coining men. This is Gen. Grant's wish, and us Gen. Grant took tho Natioiul stump for Garfield ho must bo allowed to name n member of the Cabinet. Another mat ter settled Is that neither New York, nor any Southern Slato will be allowed rep resentation In the Cabinet. As New York defeated Hancock and tho Solid South causod the election of Garfield, the President-elect can't make up his mind which he Is under the morcobliga tlon to, and so bo counts them about even, and will get Ids cabinet elsewhere. Mr. Blulno Is to be Secretary of Slate. Mahono's Vote. At last we have found out how tho now Senator from Va. will vote, lie lias determined to look more closely af ter tho Interest of those Virginians who are alivo than of those, who onro bad their day and are now dead. This is a profound secret, and wo hope it will bo mentioned no more. A Suggestion- Inao.Mi;cn as Gen. Mahone seems to bold the balance of power in the U. S. Senate, how would It do for the 74 Sen ators to go home and just let Mnhoiiojie the Senate? Wo guarantee that If the the suggestion lx acted on there will soon be a manifest Improvement in the proceedings of the Senate. RfKOitn, who shot and killed Judge Klllott, of the Supreme Court of Ky., has been ri'fji'irttlcd on the grounds of In sanity, and has been sent to an asylum, for fear he may kill the remainder of the Court, or perhaps tho Jury that acquitt ed him. Tim llloiinlvll.e Staii norrrctly con demns Tennessee for not providing Asy lums for IrtHiitlcs, Jacob Rogers Is still In Jail and has to bo chained, to prevent even the destruction tif the cell. Tho Constitution of tho U. S. ought to he so amended that any Slate government that does not provide properly for every one of It lunatics, shall bf abolished. And wc don't mean to reflect on Ten nessee alone. Irglnl loo bus acted very culpably In that matter. We gave tho bondholder a lien on tho asylum fund, and he look It. Wx wish to pile up a Utile material for nox fall's campaign. The following from the llochau.tn Dkmoc hat, a new Ftiiider paper, ought to go on record, and be filed for reference. Here It Is : The hopes of forcible readjustment have been blighted ; lis plans thwarted. licimiiiuiion, wd hoiic. has reci'lved a blow from whli h ll will never recover, The creditors of the Male w I ie bunds were funded under the Act of 171 are now entrenched behind the decMom of liototilvlhe Coin t of Appeals of Vir ginia, but the Supreme Court a well. Hut the follow log cnpi Ihw climax. It Is from the Richmond correspondent of the Lynchburg Nrws: The Supreme Court decision holding the funding hill to bo constliniloiiid, and requiring tho coupons to be received without abatement for taxes, bus been received hern with irrest siitl-d'ncllon bv 4 he debt-payers. It has struck Ihe Ke- atljiislcr party like a solid slmt ills- mounted their guns torn a hole In llie bulk of the pirate ship: and It has now got to go down "full fathom live." The decision Is as opportune as It Is Im portant. It completely upsets the drv- ns-diiHt, long Abided dissertation of Senator Mnhono. So wo nre correct In saying that If t tic Futulur had been the retained and paid counsel of the bondholders, to perpetu ate the six per cent. Funding Hill of 1871 and to double the taxation of this general len, they, could not have felt greater "ailsfaetlon," than they now express. Fellow Readjusteis remember this next fall. It will be a Utile Inter esting to recall them next fall when these gentlemen again promise If you Will elect them iSey will readjust. It w III b InleiTstlng to refer ibcm vtn the Hciljuters carry the next election Slid rtttitjuiit thf ilrbt, V"e tell J on this Supreme Court dec-Moii t'M tvr:li:i coon i-klii to the Fiindei. The b'e.iil. n:oi run ib've (i C'Mit. MM I'm r t! it;;b !l If ' . n 1 I v I I I Like iv : !ve !. !. :. Charlik Ross has again been found, this time in London, Canada. He Is 14 years of gc, and says be was left sever al years with the Indians, where he was treated so roughly he ran away. He re members being taken from a large city by two men in a buggy. t . M.l 1 Capt. David Clark died the 27th til to. three miles cast of Abington in the DOth year of his age. Ho bad lived to the age of the eagle, which is longer lived than man. Bko. Button, of the Lynchburg Vin tiixiAN, in speaking of the flat denial of "Bro. Fowler" as to having voted for the disfranchising amendment says : We only thought it possible that be might have voted with sundry others of his present party associates who did so vote, and are now. for reasons satisfac tory themselves and their party, anxious to undo what they then did. We give Brother Fowler tho benefit of his dis claimer in which he says that he voted "squarely against the amendment," but do not think that lie acted wisely, or with a view to the best interests of the Commonwealth, and of both races, in so doing. Now, Bro. Button, wc think you spread it a little too thin in saying you give us "the benefit of bis disclaimer." Wo respectfully add that you at least threw doubt on tho character of "Bro. Fowler" for consistency, and you did tills without any information to found it on. We referred you to the Journal of the House of '75-0, und you ought to say that such reference Is conclusive. That would be satisfactory. GAitnu.n says thus far tho applicants for Cabinet positions amount to 250. Wc suggest that ho change tho orthog raphy of Mentor to Torment. Haki'KR's Weixi.v publishes n good picture of Gen. Mahone. Fkom the exhibit made by the Receiv er, it appears that (be Piedmont A Ar lington Life Insurance Co., has been the supreme swindle of the period. . Rev. J. L. M. Curry, of Richmond College, ha. been appointed agent of the Peabody Fund for the South rice the lal Dr. Sears. The Tazewell Apmcai. says Mr. A. S. WItteu lias been arranged before Justices Biown, Corrcll and Hauklus for shoot ing Wm. Moore with intent to kill and bus been discharged, the shooting belli;; deemed Justifiable. From t li o W liif "f Mli insl. Our School SyHm. We gave yesterday some striking fig ures liom the annual report of Ir. W. H.Rufl'ner, Slate Supt. of Public In struction for Virginia, mid wo now give (below) the same figures in a tabular form, so that their significance maybe more apparent. Tho Free School 'sys tem went. Into actual operation InlSi'l; the last year of Fiuulcr diversion of lis tiiiids was and the tirst year of Keadjiistor control, as the result of the election of November, 1S7'., was l;wu, Now look : is: isn. S r47 2.4M 4. HA 70 I'.'S "ll.-, Me ff rnMIe ctioo!i, Urtilt a NChoniM . Number of fa pi I x Ml.rst 1M,07 22n,7: -'.!,' J 4,7I leo s.iiaj j,:i:i.v f.W 472 .''70,:tvi lUd.liHi N'4 411 7.- Numbor of tMiehtri. Sctiiiol'liniiffn owiiail TotHl rxpnnillturoH.. Colored ti'Kctiort. .. f.oloriil Scliooli ,'ilor(l pupiln Moulin taught Support fiiim .Mt.., For the current 7M 71 SSICH .1A.7IIS i, -'.'. S.Hi 4,tD ' ,;!) year (LS.-il), the Su- perintciHient savs "A l hone i if be longs to the next Report, I am able, ov Inj; to delay in the printing of this Re port, to state that mrci'iliug to a state ment furnihlistl by the Auditor, Decem ber t), 1SH0, under the Ilenkel Act, lap portioned the sum of $."H)l,f;2,75, which was l5,15ii,S0 larger than the amount of last year" apportioned under that act which was ji."):i,5l5,9."). From Klngsley Seminary, About tlio Seminary Utirniiicr of ft Steam Mill and Oilier JtoniM ot News. Mr. ICditor: Though I have been silent for along time as regards your tcckuhic culuimin, it is by no means thai 1 have loioiicii you. Amiil tlio lonh", active scenes of school-life, and amidst tho tumult of a bustling world, 1 often think of you and your bcauiilul siirrouiii.uies. Thinking that some of your renders would like to hear I com this ;liit, i shall give a few, thoucli brief Jteuis from tliis honored iiiHiitulioii. 'li;!s Seminary, though not of long standing, Is doing a work Unit will mosi favorably compare with any In the laud. It stands In tin! very first ranks as irganls real, active, noble work ; It has a principal, (Prof. Joseph 11. Kelrou, A. M.) that the country may well boast of as a thor ough scholar, classical giailuiiie, ami a christian gentleiiiMii. Miss Maule l Ivctrou, A. II., of Loudon, Tcuu., has charjp of the music, and al.-o renders assistance In the literary department. Slie has a Hue class lu music mid gives entire satislact on to all. She i, well known as a line scholar, a cUv-irnl graduate, ami a cbi'isiiaii lady. Those wishing to edllcute llieiiiscl'ves at the least expense possible, and desiring lo make life a success, seeking a quiet, peaceful, rural icircat, far from the haunts of low n Mini cliy, w ill find at the Seminary a hearty welcome, kind friends, and a lovely home. 'I lie Princi pal and fi lends will receive you whba v ii t in heart and an open hand. Mr. J.I'. Gardner's sleain saw-mill whs burned ll lew nights ao. It Is sup posed to have caught on lire by a spin I, having been blown hi the saw dust. Mr. D. R. Moore, who Is a frequent visitor of your fast Improving town, Is doing a real lively business in the iner ciiullle line, Mr. J. W. Keel and wife, of Ken lucky, formerly siiulciin of the .Semina ry, arc now visiting ft lend and relatives In this vicinity. They me looking H )M. Mow does the N. 0. come nn? A my light is growing dim, I will have to close, Success to tho Vir In all Its iiiiilritHkliigs, Your respectfully, Onsr.Rvicn. Bloomlngilalt, Trim. Feb. II, lhs, . Tua V. S. Sr.NAi i;. With the election of a Republican from lVunsylvaiiln tho status of Ihe ue .Senate w III be slill lu doubt. That body will consist of 1(7 Democrats, II" Republicans, nod '2 Inde pendents Mcbms. Dnvls, of Illinois, und Mahone, o( Virginia. Moth the hide. I'cllilclils vtlll have to vole Willi the I'einiM i il hi order lo iiinlntaln the as- erildele'V i f tlmt pin Iv ; I'lit slmilld one l'f lllelll Vole ii lib III.'' Pr ll'.lilMIM licit V. Ill Cln ile 4 lie, IV III' ll Wool I Ll' Set ll' I ii I ii i.i . f ib" lii. I",- i" it- (' to '.:'i 'i ii le of h " t'l.- r I Ii The Lato Supt. A. L. Hogshead. Shall He Have a Monument. rnorosiTiojf that the teachers ok thk COUNTY IRECT A SUHAnLE MO.NU MEKT TO HIS MEMOI1Y. To the Editor of the Xics: The undersigned, two of tho free school teachers of the county, having been lu that capacity officially associat ed with the late Supt. of School, Rev. A. L. Hogshead, and being cognizant of his value and efficiency as it public offi cer, having witnessed and known ot It is faithful labors and zeal in the cause of popular education, and being desirous of testifying to his virtues as a citizen, pro pose to the teachers of the county that they unite w ith us in raising a fund with which to secure at an early day a monu ment to be .erected over his last resting place. The various teachers of the coun ty are asked to indicate as early as early as practicable to the present Superin tendant of Schools. Col. R. P. Carson, the amounts they arc willing to contrib ute lor this purpose.' AVe hereby pledge ourselves each for $2.50 and if it be nec essary, we will Increase this amount. Kespccltiillv W. W. Cook, Fcl). 8, 18S1, S. F. Preston, Virginia and Standard requested to copy. The County Reassessment. Tho following are the final figures touching the late reassessment of lands In Washington County. No acres. Value. Town lots. In 1870 3S3,ii2i, ,.9S.l)5-l,ll. aoS.KSO Reassessment 1KS0, No. of acres IKH, fW8; value, 2,111,022,15; tow n lots, 151, 371.75. Decrease in lands by reassessment, !'rS7,',;U ,!(!. Increase In town lots by reassessment, i2,7!)-S,75. Total assessment of '70 $2,SS7,.r:W,l I Total reassessment of '80 $2,Sti2,:i!Hi,!)0 Total decrease from '70 to 'SO 25.13:1,21 James Vick, the most generous and liberal of all the seedsmen and florists, sends us Ids eplenilid catalogue for ISsI lis illustrations arc fine, and it should be ordered by nil who wish good seeds and phintM. vick is the champion of America in Ids line and we hope our mends will not forget bun. Address .Jumcj Vick, Rochester, X. Y. A bile from a ntllosnake Is sometimes not more dangerous lhaii a severe Con or Cold. A well merit ted reputation 1 it. iuiii s ( o!i;h .vrnp, and this dy is sold by all druggl -K Price leme- 25cs. Harrow Gauge B. Fi. Notice to Contractors for Tics. isid-i win be rocolverl at tho office of trie linesiin Cnnl And Iron Company In Printed, up to the Jlitli dn.v of Feb ruaiy, mm, ior I on. ta hi from-tles, to be delivered on tho line of the Xar row Wr.uge Ksllrvsd betwetn Rrietol HUH l.sllll viKe. 1 its sr. list t'o of the be:t rjuality nunc on or iTirswiiu (irk. exct!v uu i... i. i . . . ' . . V ri ir.-!, ioiij;, Bllll M.I lUCMH'S tflll'l squaied At trie ends and tiarked. . I - III L. t . ... nn win no received ! lc- tlisn six incnes iac, if iiewed or ciuartered. If ttfe.Vtl I I 1. ..... . I it. .. I ji n,Tni me uiilKi oil DXri UlClieM Fane must bo straight. No bid for IfSHtliun ftOfKl will bo considered, that oein: me number to n ust d on n sin ..In .1IA l.'..M .1... t - . i "i mo nr.si nve nines out oi .riatoi li:ey must be delivers uio.iKine grnueit lino of road, liono me nine, iicyonci ttint they will I rceiveti in tots r rot less than 50ii() on the roadside behind tho truckl layinc train, where tlieycan bo picked uy nun iiuuiro lorwMIIJ. All tin. timber for ties must be before the fl; nf April. cn.t UHllverirs must begin at F.rlsto! not later than June 1st. and be coinpletsd n fur as Kstlllvllle bv July 1st IhI Hon will be made In tho woods before they are hauled; and payment oi per ceui. r e inane on Inspection monthly, the rnnmihlne 75 iiwr cent. in. piiui in e.-isn on every utidii, as cu'iivureii on the line. Ridder will designate tho particu lar idIIch they hid on. The rlifbt'ls reserved to reject all bids If not siitlsfsetory, or to reject Hie ngKregale of .niHiler Idds in fRvor of a griieral bid for (be whole, If the latter ball be round most advantageous to the Compnuy. Tine Tishama Coal A Ikon Company, J, I). IMRODKX, Oen'l Agent, OIOO PRC0ENT1 rortlvlilittlisl will ?J Saw M Fruit nnd Easy m thU one This Is the Ktn ir of Caw llsohlnsi. XI awa off 0 foot lbj la 8 minuted 60,009 In nio. The oheApnat machine mads, And fully warranted. Olronlar fro On Hod ItstM Hnnufiiclurlno Co., Chloao, lit. I will innll n I'liny l"t Of my Now 11'K, "MEDICAL COMMON SENSE," .!.'.- . - - .. 1. b. Ill ffnil lili liniui' iliiil liu.N,ln: i,w,'i, kiilTiiU ti'llll ll) nlAtnim lo linr tin.Cit'ii, ,io iii.v nn Miirii with rnsrsrvrTinv, AslIlM , V I Aliltll, HOKI-, IMItOA l , nr IWllINC III TIM. ih liil.priniilli.il In III Hnnk It cl Ki'i'tt vniupi ami ll ni In lli lirnvlili-m t ol llml. Mtt ninliv ol llvm, A'l'lrr-'. UL.rK, l it RralUi Mb, t lurlnanU, W, GCGDEON ALE ACADEMY. I'lrst I'loorot Masonic Unit. I nntioiiiiiP tu llm enlillo tlmt llm spentid live nine tin itiisinti ef my tolinol will lio;.in mi Mmi'lir, .liiiiuai-y litli, issl. Ii It .ru!iitliln Ultra will lit to puMio selionl Intel for tldt stKt'luii, It i -l. I'l tlir bo bow- ever, my pultntii ihhv eipcel lopid tliu I ca. filit ef ll, liftTl'Ti'in. 'l'liS'iltful foe mi I liberal iilrmitiie, I ii (tii'.:tliilly srilii'il ii riititlntiiiiii'd "f tlio Sllif . ii ao ;, aiinou, Jin 1 1 'fl- tf JMimlpAl, Hugh Sisson & Sons, Impcrlcri, limlcr n I Mnnurniitttrtrs uf NIMBLE STATUARY MONUMKNTS, MANTKL8 I'tlltNITlIKIJBr.AI'.S, TII.K, ALTAIC, TOM l!S, UO West Dtltlm:ro Street. A'lO COn N ER N OR Tl' MGfi'JM: Nil m, ) I'l l"l'K J",.tIVl'Ot f'l 'lMi,. f,-,V( i :! i i ' ..at At mt OPPOSITBTHOMAS HOtrSB, BRISTOI. Tcnn. and IN Hit Clnrh'it ofHoo of Ihn Circnll Conrt nf Scolt county, on tlio "Hi d ijr of Jwiuury 1SS1. Jamfi .. Hliotiiiaktr, Kxc ciitur, to. t'onitlnlnnnl, J. I,. QiiiUIn, Perimilant. IN CIIANCEItY: Tht nl'Jtct of tlilt tult It to utluoli Ihn lKscy of IhH d ii fond mil unilnr lilt futhnr't trill In llie limiili of llm cxiicntnr lo MtlKfr n In of out linmlrM ilnllnrt trllh Intirml from thn llrtt dy ot Jiii'iuiry lftj, nxucutnil lir l hi ifiiiilniit In ''(ihiliiiinn tmtiitur. mid litvt h rii-cri'D entiTi'il fur Ihn Hfiinii, Htnl onli'rlns tbo riiitntlfl' lit oxhcu. It of Ihn Iumi will nn IriUnintiit nf John lliillllo, Sim, ilfc,, tu ri'tiiln Hin liiviirt nil npi'ly tlio taint lo Ihe H v in i"nl of llm Hilld lli'ht lint frolil tip fen. il.liit i Hnil 11 ni'1'Hnrlinf frt m it lll.l kit It I hut ,1. L. (Inlllln Ik u nnii ii'tltli'iil or III ii Slttu, It It thTP fnro orilprml IIikI lit Ai','r I, urn will In out month nftiii- ihtt pii li! Icm Inn of thli ortli'r, toil tin wliat III nueiiinry In imtoct lilt Inlurttit lulliit tntl. A Copy Ttt Jan 11 'SI-4t. W.B. KIIOUKS, D.C. R. II, MAURY & CO , Siflcl ana ExckiiiG Brctem, KICHMOND. VIItaiNIA. o VIIvOINIA Coiiponp, receivable for taxes, furnished at market price. Dealers in United HtHtes Ponds, .State 1 5011(1:1, City Hutids, Ilallioud lionds, and Htoclcs. Orders solicited and promptly exe cuted. Jan. 11, '81-ly Commissioner's Notice. PURSUANT to decree of the circuit JL court of Washington county, Va. remUred on ti.e fith day of October I8S!) in the cause of Joel I',, lleiisely vs. J, (I. HMmmerH ami the decree ren dered in the Above Htyli'd cause and the cause of J. 1-, Illclis vs. J, C Hum liters tit the Jnn.uary term 1881. the niKiersigneii tniniui.Hiohf ra will, on llm 2sth tiny of j'cliruai v 1SSI. sell At public outcry in front of tho court bouse of said county for one third cash in addition to pa.y the font of the tirst cause and the costs and Commissions of the anie, and tho balance on six and tweiv- rnontbn time, with Inter st The life Interest of said J. C Hummers In one half of a tract of two hundred find six ncros of laud known as the (irnv place situated In said county on the Htutn road lending from A blnttdou to J;rlntol live miles west o Al'lnirilnri, and also the fee simple tl He of the said Hummers In and to an other ti.net of twenty-seven acres Mid sixteen holes Known m the Hlioemn ker tract, or so much thereof as will be sulllclent to Kiitisfy said first named decree, at the sumo time and pl.'ice said Commls-Jotier will etll enough of the remainder itany there he, of tho said lauds as will bo miniclcnt tosatlsfy the te ire in llie last limited cause which said last mentioned sale will bo on credit of six nhtl twclvo month with Intercut, exeunt cnoui'li will be renulr ed in cash to pay tho costs of said last nam. il cause and tho costs and Com inlssioiiH of the sale. J. H. WOOD. Com. Jun2Vl Ids. H. T. COX Si CO., WHOLESALE Frcta J Commission Hants, 11 South ForHilh Strrrt, Ati.anta, (ii. lVli, I lSf-0. li.Vii ('," III I.i Ci.'i Curn Wlilie I Yellnvv Whiut Whito 1 lied 1 I'li'iir 1'i'iicy I'.'mhi l''ani!ly I' ainlly 5 Men!.. Itai'tin slidiilitrm Man;-" V. .Nid.'l Tubal ,0 Curler O.Vti i m (nit no dfil 2.1 uOtffll (Ml at(l7 T'oit 0 HdI Hid) 7.-.i. Ol)(i III lil'l HO Until Hie May Pmillrv Chlrkenn I.lvn 'I'm Itfy Lord In llarreln In I 'ant , , , , , I'.ntlei Chiilre uininnn I ... I I.Val ... 1( e ... ... I0( 10' ,., 20 '22 Mi IS bid I tiUrTt (III ...II IKI'it.'l 'J.'i Ha mi ( iiilniit I'l'r I ft - 1 1 I'nlatni' l-'ealhern new ., Ajiplct Kill). 10, IHMO-Iy ... s riiit:i Commissioner's Notice. rnrmiAtit to iltrrfe f ibe ClmiH Cmtrl of W.hbliivMti rtiiiiti ,.Vi., In tho crtPn f I, It, Unan tl ivj, tipnf.. ,ka. . Utm Hmlili, tin iitvlprlfliirrl t'ommlMlim.r ill Oil III 4 Dr OK FLMtUAltY, IflHl, In frntit of (lie Court limit, nf fl,,,,i nf w..hlgt.in, r.at fnr a prrl.i l t.f one Jr l'u,l "' mil cry, Ilia l.a l i,wn,., , on ,e l li.v the eAH Luna Hn.llli. nn 11.. I rtiil,t. Rll.illl n M.Mf(,m pri. In Hie eminly ef W.tlilriginii Urt n I nnii"li In mull ilnwn will ht rtn..i ed .Y llm rutin of thf .nil tn l .'.i. i itiml...t nf (ht ri-tnlrt, ,tP, ll Im rr.;Miri"l In t,. t.i.mil,, wm, ". ' ' ' V b'.ii I "I. I ... ,..... I ., .1. II. V..HIII I ' ..: . . AND I At 0t 9 Bristol Carriage Factory, BROCT BROS., RIlOPRIETOItS, Having Located Pcrmansntl in Bristol FOR THE PORPOSE OF MANUFACTURING Carriages, Buggies, Kprlng Wagons ;mid 8irtlng hiclcn of nil Deaci IptlPm. WE respectfully tollcit the pctrotiuge of this and Adjoining countiet. Car tin will be to e none hut first-class worlf, And cuarge the lewest price. RtptiriDpJef til klitli nttitly andpromptlv irculeJ. Shops near MCWf ollice in the Oyltr HutlJitij. nnv. 2.1. lv EKGELSIOR COOK STOVEST .' ."r'- ' J 1J ,uy.Af' no- Manufaoturod by I8AAO A. AirD'ro Mia rr w. MEIDELSSQOT PIANO CO. Will mako for tho next 60 days only, a Grand.Offer of $()." Sqiiarn f.'ruied iMann fi.- m.i, ..ir CTYLS 3 Tl"ZVT'.:n " '" - Ijrt Iihtx jr.n.l lit,.,. . . "'" ''"r B'l'llltlll'M "r.pitilnt IM, ,..n... . hipiiI Iim Imipm utl.lnd . nni.t I... 1,,,...' .! n.pto..,.i wt.tcb iiiTfliii, pi ' th't ln"" "",''' lni ill fl .,,no ?,, Woil llBll l!o(lk ,,, 1 d. I ih.. trill liPMiit.ii, t... ,., i'.h out win, or,, wut , .,.' , " V. ' , ':" wnrrittilil for flv yrRri. ....... i .n.d. .a ) lino inn fl 111 i p.ircl.eer. All PI..... n. Or, nJ. m ' ' , ry. 1'iial rail lo write ll liPlom l.i.vl. p . - . ... JJnr 'rliir iiitn.l J,, mV 0, 5 ., .?.?. v(:' H,nl" " 1 ). All .trictl Fiaht- o li0 H ..i ! ",";K;V' "tor; B lot.. Tht .ino. ra.do tin iKtuiHU , Kxhibltion, .lit w.r. uaaaI. 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"'lr,, i"1"' i" I'titintn. i,,piu,i., ""IT 111 It lit e,.l in..... i.t il,. k IUMH mil CII PIANO C0M P. nMtiiiMMpWiit riifppnHtiit w.i apppMitrftimititPMpi mAHttlAU tt I ''!'.i u'w. 1 1 lriwl I'Ptw.ll HlP In,. . lilt) Only Mouiiaj In p.iiui, M kkt N VI, A ..I, N, rM t,, ' . ,.,. ...J NEW tV0 It sT. - r r It sT. IIi iiii 11 i"t ti t ..?"fJ itn i mp r lit tr.i,i..l ........... Htl hr i llr. kin hf il r Ifnll.i,.ll,rl-mnni.. 1. , . " "i"'f m enph..p, t mi Mil, kp.a.ifpi .if..n. t. I ',"." I .poii.i .ll... .mu.ap, l.itoap, 4 H.ui .1 d Hp pipilpiptmln.il lhl pttr pup ..i.li p. .. ....... tu..i.. .. . pptp-i"pi !"" m ii U it ".mi iVit.iI fcM.i7r...J?M,..7.? .n r..p fl thPipfoip hi,t ih. ..'.up .1 tl.ll. ..l t . . . . - i vrtji r pi were, iim fcunnnt K"t out I ill X Will I H MA tl,';j ! V N, V J "''pii'T mi will tilt IM.If MtllUItultltll, F. MANTZ Stevenson.S Slingluff, WIIOI.MHAI.l" BOOTS AND SHDFR :t4i II'. Hmtllinorf ytrrrt. UALTIM0r.tr, r.m, t Kmtilp trP.ii1 In np til.lrpp, B. 0 M n ! G0O3S0HT Va. THE BEST IN THE MARKET. Foartoen dlffbrent it tot and UndA Fire liet with Eiuimeled Rtwrrotn. Adapted to All requirements, and prioed to ult all poneA LEADING FEATURES: Double Wood Doon, Pttit Wood Onto, Adjiutable Dkmper, Intrchiuitebl Aute matlo Shelf, Drolling Door, Bwinglng Ileulh I'Ute, 8wlnlu Flue-Btop, BevsnlbU Q Burning Ixaig Ctom Fleet, Double Short Centcrt, Henry Ring Covert, IHnmlnatod Ftm Doors, Nickel Knobt, Nickel PtntU, eta. Cnequaled la UaIwUI, In irtnUfa, tmA It opontion. 8HEPPARD A CO., Baltimore, Mdi p. nnEWEa, lutattftfVmm , - a m,mj t M J i'.Vll"l.l...l rlaK.7I SOet.. fall ptl- Ittl and l'"" "'trurui.g idi. b'ltittllullT ttrrtd .nl ri'Ulid ntt c.n lu in. ,, i.a , ,h. D.',f..,i . .v..7" ... full I run rrtmt, Krtitth Urtn tillnt, U'I delii j24Ci ....,'.' Trred on botnl crs At Hw York, oo "y1"'"" If yu in ant ttnd iton.r with orJtr,- .... b-t;,i 'wr'i;:v"iiuT k a". " I"1' B.0' .! U1" .'' ibh irmi ire nit irtt ir nn antr. I'onitlT.ly w oiler tlit led aiKaIu .. 0l- lirtn,"' ly It 31, Ii H.t OtMl mil tirttltil Inntt i.lilni riTlrtTt, riw irtt I'd .I,, 'Iblrlv.M VleU, r.tlt, Ctlttlt, lit - i...,. 'p.- i - . . . " " ' "'""ii. tti.pprtil with thnltt wotli. tn4 It of ti ' in-l tl ln.tr.ippni.nt,. wiik .r.pl "B ,M 4"'" 4! "p: l"'' T"r . . . tt.pr o,- t lot l,r mntl.A a... . i y , u ---. j r wm t w r i irn Kna tt a .,.. - p , .. r '.or m. m -- . .. ,'"-'' '" i"""t in int ttr ir. 0, Box 2030, New York City. SMITH ORGAN CO -i-SGO Ma r Upptla, top ..'pntApPPI 11.14, 1. Trial, w,mb4 w. llli.ll.t ldl tM.. ha.k ... ... .... . N'" ' ' iPPlnit.ptfc, iM.pitirtKl u. ... I.lin.n , ,.,..a , ..7 """i" ttlt innrlce ' t pa (irM . HMI I ti, i'"c"'. fun. in... ii.., ....... 'rrr M tl . . " """'wi,i.. Air M.w .pfc, A. . Pjja.IW.1 corn siiEim IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES.1 'l r!,ip Mil I iil.irt iht fiirn. tiui i. ik...,. i it - H Mil I njur. Hit f.,f n, .ui li UiPttlort Jix I fur IipIIi i.t turn lot trprl, '"iort jiiti V iV;1 1 '""""' Hrtii'n ip.-r iiitttr inn, ."a.... tlilrhlitii In. 'iiniptn.iir, nip i,r,,M 'Ultf L::..',' II." mm 'mm Hit tnl.lil Itnl Iht r.r" ' 'wmurt .lint .iUf 'P 1'nrtr.rr tn It till Hliplltr fnf ttitlllnt tnffi fnr mphIp vr. f"f MtM, .ip ppp.l.nr li,f tuy tinilltr iiutini.t. im mtiirf ll P'tlip Ivp., Hul.-.lrnl .IipIIpm l,P,n,yl,P. tui rnyr nrr Iinrir N.nrTlin.il ..... ve AttT fnrm, rM" M. - H It .IP.tlnM In Wnni. ttwf .ti i ptnrt ipi tr. I,.,, r.i.,i.i....j " W. ........ il. . I.. . I ... P"'P't I..... . .. ii... k. ui in r.innir. m....t ..j i ' I J 1 l . - tp. .,,. ..,;;." V K "".""V,! .1- f.rP,.1 lit trtt t.l.lr,., l,,,,,rVV..'. t .1 .1 tit, f ybllilMrA, f ABM rwuflii IawiIVI2S V MANTZ WITH Pearre Brothers & Co., Importers and Jobbers or Dry Q30d3. Men's Wear a Specially. 2 L 4 Hanover Strict, Jbo 'bl-tf JIAMIMUI.K.