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i UtaadwtltMt up by em in Tbe Ball rruiiriv-.ilr. Jamr fswraailsia ...
Di-inociatic r.i-u i..ii ri in Oil. Maii-
ovcr Hm jin-ioii lad lilgli USM the
Some of the low-lax leailere an; ntt
Ml IRK to enjoin the St.it' authorities!
- t i . i i . ..ii ii
Hum iiiin new mum- a .ruviui-ii
for in the 100 : bill.
Hon. lionet Harnard sod Braatsr
Voorlicei delivered aMn'sci nt tile
unretllufof the Fsrragut status in
W. A. M. drier, of Prattslvanl a, tlM
man who voted for GarAeld at Ulileago
till tin- time aft'ir llie m eoml Ij.1il4.li ha
bom Rppolntod Third A--Lty.it Post I
IM-Olil.. Ct till BliteBlfMl ha . ..I.Ia....I I - '
""I i III ' nil- 14111111 '..'lil- (
4flef the Uojv
m . -
'Ice ( rnain."
AHMrtVtOdpaa, of the Bopklns-
e, li v., NOW Kra, trariiiwi
(ieil. Joseph Lane, of Oregon, died
lost week. L'c was u candidate for
Vtce-Prfsiuonl on the ticket with
Brookenrldgo in i-o.
'i'lie .Senate, la nill trying ii get
rjobntot Butbont and QtorgvsM Uor
liamin, while Blddlebergerdonoas to
to the tune of "WOO! l!i;l Muhoue.''
It U the unanimous opinion of the
doniooratlo senators thai Mahone is po
lilieally dead, foil that unless they
--(and on him a. .,1 jump Occasionally, he
Will come to llfo ajjalu. Ills a pretty
weak party which bi afraid to give a
OOrpte U ehanee.
Seeretarv Kirkwood. without anv
theory about it, lias instituted the beat
pOltlble llttttllod of el il-serviee reform.
lie employ the new chirk allotedto
the eti4)loii oflloe on proper recoin
inendalloiis frotn membera of Congress
who know tliotn, gives thorn a trial of
sixty days, and will then dismiss those
not competent and retain thoso w ho
The hill providing 1'ensions for llie
turvivlug aoldiora of the Mexican war,
failed to hecome a law during the lad
.ession. There were several effortl
made to bring the nioaiuro before the
Senate for consideration, hut for nunc
reasons unknown to III, each proved a
failure- These veterans will have t
wait until another Cougresi convenes.
We trust tboy Will then he wort) suc
cessful, and that when the hill does
oeootne a law, there may he some of
these, aoldlera still living to enjoy the
hetielit of the law.
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ThU grievance is c- ;-v ,mh,,.1 .lames rlre"'
tirely itna-inary, and Without (he lea-t -'"'K "! 1" VOStlgSlUon WbN When a ;:lrl that wolffbt one hundred
roiiiid.ition in fjrt. The tax levy for r" , ' "11111111 tt-t- sioppeu, i uci ouiaiuo aijuart or cream
State .n-i,... Mien. II,.- .Mm .','' -'.-...,m14-. it, (iMnii.il. - A'"' "'" "".re.
I... IMl.aod lOoMti f.r leboo Z Weaee thai will esUblub be K . Ob rictopber, of the Louisville, Ky.
pose, nth , hJMtkai uum-of yBmi W00 tbo fta4olenl Rod , couricr-Jonniai, remarks.-
the St, are paying. For la. , ;;.;",:,"J,"r 'K ' 9 ! t,
tboS'.ateuxIn Alabima U 73 renuj "LrX "fii "v.iT" ' n 1 r . i,UMV what tlfy need,
ri, (J 1.-1...1.U -.1 ....... If. wwvm win. ruiomiih) ! vroaw wiey are ttie ilunidest
111110, cuniinii uic sii-pioiuu ti.al
certain offioen bad not only rail.
iy knowledge of tbe metnodi
practiced, but wen hanaHrUrta
1 1 tuTjcu .1-.- it mi a nearv lor any rate :
certained tbal ol tbe o000,000 -!"' uovor let uagoa-wooing
iviilarly appropriated for u'riatbal tvauta aecond plan
Mlur routes. Inr I 1.. ..I t;.,...i ..... " i" 'i
-1 m v mo y i m J . 1 1
nearly 9,000-000 n
A daocjtterof Wade H. Bnitb
hM., of Hawkins conuty, Tenn.,
V ille c limhina n l...l.l.. :
,,,, : o " -' i m tin ii'.ti
building In searcii ofeggt. a few
daw aa. fell la ti.e n ...r I
iballeRng (be bones jnal ilitrw t 'rSTJ
the ankle ofiberigbi foot, nrebJ tl
m Liu r... .. ' 1 II Kline
8 1 rah J, Green. 1
Petition for divorce.
l. K. Deal
In the fJIrcult court of BraVlry conn.
: ably ren.lerine auniutnl ;.'.. '..,. 1 i!PXmfnfft9 owftlolsenh. 'H
"-"I men iaau nmtii in tin- .bore
Arkato-aO) eo.it', l uuil. 71 cents,
Oeorgia 40 osuts, Kentucky (0 cent-,
LoulilamiOu eonta, HbisbnlpplM cent,
Missouri 00 eonta, Nevada, L Qreaon
i, South Carolina 49 cents, rirgtnla
."' tents. So it w ill l) spen that Ten-lie--.
.- i. not taxed to dcatia, if o tr
nelgMwrbood states can live under
their rate of taxation, i.-t U10 grow
lers stthalde. -Lx.
Set to show their nil .'mi. VMmi
LeBoy i. .imies, of (bo
aUMiican, ad Iscsi
.4 Xcw OUonsc Ainntip: ISoiirs.
A telegrau from MHwakco, IVIa.,
says tbe discovery lujf been uiade that
a peculiar and very dsngerous diaeose
hail broken out among the city draft
horses. Haul several hUUdred are already
afflicted n itli it. A number of the oases
era proving fatal, The vetellnary sun
goons call it phagedena, whloh is the
technical name for a kind of spreading
auddangei ous ulcers peculiar to the
fetlocks and lower ext-remetles n lior-
ll was reported Halt. .'day that, in ol
der to reduce the representation of
Tennessee in the I'ostoiliee Departmoul
to the proper number, llrteeu Tenneg
aeouus will be dropped from the roll of
employes lit that Department on Lho 1st
instant. The Tennessee clerks were
greatly disturbed by these reports, but
from the liest authority it can he staled
the reports tire not true. The excess
of Tennessee clerks in that department
is very slight, and if any are discharged
it will be on account of luefllolency,
and the same 1 lite W ill lie applied to all
The Plata Law.
Now that we have indeed and in
t nt 1 a tlsii law, it becomes the duty of
every man in the State to be a rclf con
StitUtod defender of it. (JqlCSS it is en
forced it ill do no good of course, and
like many other laws, it may lie 11 dead
letter on the statute hooks fur the rea-
011 that what is every man's business
in nobody's business. There in but one
way to do this, and the friends of the
law should take prompt stops to carry
ii out. There are enough Isaac W'al
jtOUS in every county in Tennessee to do
this if they w ould only do so. Let
liiem brgaubce in every county, in every
neighborhood, and resolve to onforo it
by all the penalties proscribed. If they
will procure n true billot' two on the
first nft'ondcrs It Will put a Stop to en
croachments at once, hut if one party
go seining and meet no punishment,
there is an 01.(1 at PIIC0 to all protection
of Ush. 'J hey should organize, for
there will bo opposition, ilud only by
Cj-opcTRtlGU Clll it bo al l ied out. II
this be strh tly adhered to for two years
our streams will he toll of Ash, Tiny
are wonderfully proline and enly need
to he let alone a short time, to lill every
stream in the State with Hue Hsb, and
alfordlng to the true sportsman an ahun
dance of line sport, as well as good
diet. We trust there will he no delay
on this subjeel .
to the bosiiltal ciiuirreue. and is luath-
sooioi as the stench emitted is very ob
noxious. In a feu hours after the ap
pearance of the strange disease the Besb
jdailghs otl'and In .'dine cases the hoof
Is shed, when the stillel ing hrutes liave
to he killed to put then, out of their mis
ery. Three hundred cases are known
to exist, but it Is not thought that the
disease is spreading. It Is supposed to
haveoriginaleilfro.il Continued expo
sure to the s tow a. r.l icy llush ol the
past li ve mouths.
To A 51 Who Wodl 11 scare.
'The Mother HillptOII prophecy l.as
caused some uneasiness all the year, but
H,sit w as based upon a scientific founda
tion the fear has somewhat subsided.
Prof, ii. inline.-, of Cambridge, Mass.,
has recently given forth a scientific
prophecy equally as dreadful, inasmuch
as it comprehends the depopulation of
the earth by frightful plagues. Prof,
Uriinmer says: "The pberlhellaof the
live great planets, Mar, Jupiter, I 'ra
il us, Neptune and Saturn, w ill he coin
cident 1NS1-5. I simply state the eltbct
w hich the auprochliuz Dherihellu wll
produce according to Rstl'ologloal dc
(luctimi. From 1881 to 1387 wul bo one
universal carnival of death. ' There
will be storms, tornadoes and earth
quakes without number, dcsfoyiug
whole cities and towns; rainfall will
deluge valleys, and mountain streams
will enlarge their beds ar.d hecome
inifljlty torrents. There w ill ho a rt
1 nrn ndod
ror .-cm vice on ninety-three routes
controlled by favored contrac
tor!, leaving less than 13.000,0 10
.or tbe remaining B,188 routeB.
whether General Brady profited
by (his is one of the questions
tha will be investigated. The
Indiana people all stand uj to
llllil. .CI.! indeed lik Moiiil,
eraiiv do D0 believe be profiled
aaollardbeetly or indirectly by
the iiii;nei.se shims diatribntea
llii-otigii hit Several clerks
sea'iimua. it is .imii.n,. " "? wqw offlce.il ia nnder-
.0.1,,. !,.,.;,, 1. r. 1 ,. .iSM,(,lk will be removed In a da v or
two lor complicity in the alleged
frauds. Nowthafrthe matter is
thoroughly stirred up it will bo
probed to the bottom. When
James look hold of the PostolHco
Departmentho began ai once an
investigation of the Star con
tracts, tie l.as not completed
tins work, but lias gone far
enough to convince himself thai
great frauds and abuses existed.
Il was tin's knowladira that indue.
oil the l'o.t it . .1 si ,.--( 1 i
send a commission to. Memphis to
iine-ugaie uiO Steamboat ser
vice at that point, Which is be
lieved to be rotton and corrupt
It is alleged that many of the
river routes for which tbe Gov
ernment pays royally run into
waste places and deserts. On
others there are not terminal
points. They start at a given
place ana run nowhere. The re
sult ol' these iuvestiffafions will
probably be a wholesale cutting
down of Star route expenses, and
possibly enable .Ian.es to carry
out hia theory thai the Postoflice
Department can be made self
Charles K. Itohcrt, of the XashvlUl
Buudajr Courier, chuckles :
Uvea of all such girls remind i.j,
a- we Ooal adow u the itroam.
That the hoys who come behind us
have to pay for otS of cream.
Harry !'. Qfbcotn,of the Chattanoo-
ga Commercial, fUggoata;
Be not lite dumb, drlen cattle,4
Be a hero in the strlfta ;
Never with her mother battle,
Save the ice cream for voiir wife.
Henry W. daily, of the Atlanta Co.i-
-one:: ,-;,,!., n.at . dele... lam Win.
llev br w n u 1 .. . . , V ' ' "'""-"dc.it ,,f the Mali of
, , ' "- "" "r. ';T'"- '"--"' l,e, ..dinar, nnums MM I
e0.M. lh. l'.,h. J!,,-, ,, Na-hville, ' ' ;Ol 11..I !.e ,e, ,,,m. It ilulA
nn.. rltM v. 1 . .... . . 1 . . . 1 1.1 ' llicreforw onlcml Hi i.e.. .... 1 0
lenii., srrlteai "We owe the health eud ordered that publieatloii be
Mreiiath we eulo Io-Imi. ir Vi1" '"' toM luoeessire aeeki in the
...... ..u.i DiuH hms. Donerwg oltu
nervoua prostration, without appetite,
nnabie to deep or work, era were built
up by Its use. It is no humbug:" The
Rev.TlMothy Bulllna, Athens, Tenn.,
sajrsj "i Oroily belli re tin- 'eren
BpiingS Iron and Alum Mass' saved mv
life." i'hi re DM thiutaanrla ..r II.
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Witnesses, who cm testify to the cura
tive virtue, ,it this groat "Xturos
Remedy." ;.-t it from your Diuggtst,
or address Landrum A Mtehfleld, Ab-
lugdoo, Va. for -ale by John I Tray
nor, and Scruggs A s 1, Druggists.
2iriiijMiin. nnuoetnaniiear at
Irculteouii tobe held .-,t tlia rooii
nouso ... Cleveland, Bradley oounty,
Jeiin.. on t,.. '
M llondnj of May, Iggf,
nd 1 lead, answer or otlwrwl m make
waald bill, or the as will be
taken as confessed, amlsot for bearlus
ex narte a- to him.
1.. II. .--I I.VIPOK, ( i 1 1.
I'ois, l,y Win. I'. Si,,
beats, itii'lniiiii;' a tuil
t . -t. IIImIi it..i.
inrtimUr. !' H Til
Predictions ol 'fililrJy Years
Ago Strangelj Fori fled.
RanaM l..,.l...... ..1--II
ilgjity torreuts. There will be a re- 77? "u, wi 1 enneesee, was
larkable display of electricity, fright-1 '"enuudeu to-day, by a friend who wa
it to witness, and wild beasts will 'at the University of Virginia villi
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ften iiiiittiid Jessie Roytuoud.
Though not a political frleiuj of Ben
ator Bon IIill,Mif Georgia, wo have al
ways admired his bratu and Ills bold
ness, and have the greatest confidence
in his Integrity, and we tire glad to see,
nt lost a reliable statement thai effec
tually exhoncratcs him from lho tils
graceful soandal thrust upon biinbj
the now notorious woman, JossloRuy-
mond. Mo... Alexander II. Stephens,
although no friend of 1 1 ill'.-, author
files Hie publication In the New York
Star, of a .statement of fact II. at knocks
the bottom completely out of (lit origi
nal chnrffOi llcsas that Jessie's -e-
dttcerwiisaincrelia.it who claimed lo
l.or to he ih 11 inn ; that hen Jtosslo
came to Washington, Hill, occompaniori
ly a lawyer, called on her, and Ihelaw
J 1 r introduced Hill as his associate.
U'ter they had talked sonic time, and
Jessie had made her statement llgatllSl
1 1 ill, lho latter naked her If sho was sure
that she knew Senator 1 1 II, She re
plied Indignantly that she knew him
only loo well, to her cost. Then Hill,
to her astonishment, rovenlori who he
was and left, her' In confusion, from
which, according (o Mr. Stephens, she
w as some lime in r-Allflllg, although
tlunlly, on the advice of ntercstod 1 1 r-
t ies, she adhered ... the position "he
ih si aisuiuedi .
I 'nod for the Ural., and .Verves that j
wMLInvlgornto the body without lutux-J
Icailug Is.Wbnt we need In these days'
of rush ami worry. Parker's Qlnaer
l on 1(1 re -tores the vlt.p piiarfflr , SOOtll
III nerves ami brings good healih
rtuarthuri than naj'tliltig ,oit can use
BCC ollief col.iuui.
te:i Ci 1 tod 1- loll 11 r d li-ii'li.s noil it-Au-rl
into populous cities, timid and harm
less : suffocating fumes of sulphur will
arise from the earth: billions of fish
Will die and he oast Upon the seashore,
to Impregnate the si ashore wit!, foul
odors, livery drop of water 011 the
earth will be more or less poisoimus,
and of course diseases that baffle medi
cal skill will appear, 'fhe p!a:;ue wiil
begin its ravages ill Asia; it will then
move West, devastating as it goes.
"In the year 1542 nnu again in M05
three of the planets w ere In nl.erlhcl
lOII and those years were the worst,
plague erasever known. In 1820 -Mars
and Saturn w ere in perihelion, and 52,
000 out of 75,000 inliobltanta died in
Marseilles in less than live weeks.
These seasons, how ever, w ere but faint
pictures of What Will OCCltr now when
live great planets are in perihelion. I
America win lose more tiinu 10.000,000
of her inhabitants if tbe sewers of her
cities are as imperfect In 1-- as they
Another thing which the Professor
says will be of great Interest to temper
ance societies. The woman's mission-,
and 'the temperance crusades w ill be
unnecessary, for he says: "All tbe
inteinnrntu w ill be sweot fi .im the fiii'n
of 1 be earth during the reign of the
terri hie carnival, from 1882 to I880
no bsh. fowl or animal food should
eaten, and butter, eggs and animal oils
Should be avoided. Vegetable dirt
alone should he the rule."
Ktisiiop Foster on Revivals.
Bishop Foster, of Boston, who pre
sides over the Northern New York
Co nl'e rc nee of lho Methodist Episco
pal Church, in session in Oswego, gave
old-style Methodism ii galvanic. shock
in his address to the candidates for
admission to the conference. The
Methodist revival is an institution us
old as the Methodist Chmvh, hut
Bishop hosier admonished the candi
dates, that "continued growth is bet,
tcr than an avalanche of revival.'' Ut
ilise declared that "'(Jetting up re
vivals' is an odious phrase among us,
and a disgusting fact." lie declared
himself tired of Christiana who have
to he coaxed, anil said while emotion
is n touching thing, "to ip a man
Nliivi'l and eee iu foohvhoos: " In i-o.
BpCCt of pl eaching, he said people will
.. .... - , . . . , . . ,
go iiiivwnerc wnore luey can gel
thought, ami a man who has nothing
to say must in cNpcci lo have CCU
A woman in Washington county,
Tenn., SSys the has woven 8,000 yards
Of carpeting in the blSl ii -c years. Thai's
more than some women have ever w alk
.Mr. .1. it. I,. Duncan, of Manchester,
Tenn., is lying at the point of death.
hOM the eft'ects Of chew ing of poison
ous herb which he mistook forangellea
M r. lil more, of Rutherford county,
Tenn,, while bunting In the w oods, n
few days ago, had the misfortune to
blll-Sl his. ille, putting Otit Ills right eye
and otherw ise Injuring bin. j seriously.
" Vhi;" ibo name of a poitOlHet!
JUS) established in (irecne county, Tenn.
A good old name, beloved liy thotttituds
oftrne me., ami respoctcil by every bid
The Warren County fair Company
have dsiermlned to sell their grounds
at Mcllnnvllle, because they i.'ie'n
nun, 01 the curious verifinn.l.inna
predictions made thirty years ago ami
more. Jackson. Th.imnu Af.,1...... ...,.1
--J w...,, iicwvuo IVUU
Ubarles E Fennor occuniod rntiu.
ous ro.ns in the University of ir
giir.a. They were last friends, con
stant companions, and th foremost
-non in their class. A brother stu
dent sketched the three in a group
one day. "What shall I put under
each figure," he said, when the draw
ing was completed. 'Tut under
mine, ' said Jackson, "Jackson ad
dressing the Senate of the United
Slates." "And under mine," said
Malone, "delivering a lecture to the
Students of the University of Ten
nessee." "Ami under yours Pen-nor:-.''
"Oh, Fennor announcing a
decision from tbe Supreme liench of
Louisiana." The inscriptions were
apprehended. Jackson is to-tUv in
the Senate of the United Slates, Ma
lone is at. Vandeibllt V Diversity, Ten
nessee, ami Fennor is a mombetl of
the Supreme Court of Louisiana,
Cincinnati Conim rcial.
HWMIIII III O II CI .- .
Art is loilST. ami time is tleeiior
And our hearts, thOugb siout, wii!
Tieu we go Olll ice cream eating
With iho.e girls who -'take the cake."
Come in !
ii. A. Wilkinson, of the Lebanon
Herald, inurniers :
Trust .10 w oman, how 'er pleasant,
IVbO cat. eat a dozen plates
She may live for the present,
lint soon she'll land at Heaven's (ratO.
Better she land at Heaven's nte,
Where she'll need no creaming there,
Than go to the w orld below,
And run the risk of scorching her
Henry Ward Boecher recently
said lo a representative ol' the
"As I grow older, forms aqd
formalism lade away, and my one
religions idea is to tret the sou!
nearer to i!s (rod. i have a great
respect lor all denominations,
butnone for the forms by which
they obscure God and keep men
from coming closer to Him, What
arc tlie.se denominational lines
after all! Only matters of indi
vidual taste; for each sect pre
tends only that it conveys its ow n
train to Heaven, where i I doubts
not that il will meet others also,
lite other day an Episcopalian
minister came to me in area! dis
tress ol' mind, lie is in cliarce of
a young man residing in Keom
Kl--cd his sweetheart behind a large
lie made too much uoise
And wa.- heard by sour- bojS,
Who luforiued the girl's pa which
v. a- mean.
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State of Tennessee, Chancery Court
01 a ames county,
.1 l. Parker, adm'r of A. s. Cbastlau
vs Blitabeib Olwatlan et ala.
in this cause It appearing from the
allegations in Complainant's Hill that
the insolvency of '.be estate of A.s.
Chastlan, dee'd, has been suggested to
the County Court, of .lames County and
thai the seme exceeds one thousand
dollars and Complainant prays that the
administration and acttlement of said
estate, be transferred from the County
court to the Chancery Court of said
It is ordered that the administration
ami settlement ol said estate be trans-
H ire I I rom the Counlv PniiH 0. il...
Chancery Conn ofjames COUIlty that
furtlier piooeedsngs in said county by
the administrator or creditors of saiil
estate be strictly enjoined. ,
it v as further ordered that publica
tion he made in the Cleveland HEUALD
requiring all creditors ot said A.S.
Chastlan to file their claims with the
1 1 e r is 0: Master on or uetore the first
day of the next term of this court 6r
they w ill be forever burred;
Apr. 13, 1881. T. II. ItoODV, C. A Sf,
pr. fee 15.00.
pr. fee $4.00
1 rs iii 11
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c., mly k;,.
r Man Mill.,
' w. fcldi
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'luORK Cj-, r.
bm 11, Manila
'akiag 01 dun
I. I)., of Alu
of Ilia I ff
uly. Bead Bm
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"nbl to nrrj
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.in n bound n
: M preurin-
( 1 rrnt b
I M,,.tS,-. nl. :
' I'. Ikk1 Mwt-
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fill Bensons Cap:.;.. Porous
.1.1 o Remedy more
' j biv knot! n, i. rupi,
I quick ii. enrlna. f
OHAITANOOQ tcw ' ft,'eMtlsirt, Kldne
"--., aeiies ami pun.
v neat soleel linn nt 1:. : rivalled mnimli
ii- If ARKET STREET.
COl line of Qoods
ALVAYS IN STOCK.
Oriirnsoi u!l Counties
can biiy Legal Blanks of all kinds by
sending to this office. We undersell
the Nashville printers. Give us a trial
' or favora
lie ing 1.1 il
II i- the 11.1-
j HAVE VOU
Ever r iown
Any perron to be ssrlui
Weak itomacli or laactl
t? MMa ii 11 tin e organ
a. Vtii il tli-ii hi . .11 1 M.t 11
1 .- - -- i.u, 1 in.
I lug good heallli? Purki
( ways regniatci importam
tails lo make (he blood
I to strengthen e'ery part
i has Dnrsd bandecdi of
Asiyonr aeiuiibor slwut
If not, Insure your property with
Hj. o g m e n t ,
of th? Oontinontal bsranos C: . cf If. y.
AmoU nearly 94,000.000, on tb , jgflfla pt
nstallan nt p ,. Uwclllng houaea and eon- : KruWi ilV': Ad,h
(inli lUt-n.w. i 1.1 , , i ' in. in. I, .Ma ,
I'or. land, Uolnu
r nsy al h
fre.f. ,. .
X Ofif-R ES I DECT KOTICE.
Aiiotiu-i- Railroad Accident.
A dispatch from Pueblo, Col., dated
April l'l', says ibid afternoon a pas
senge coach, containing fourteen pas
sengerS, on the Denver and liio
Grande train, which left here for Oha
ma last Wednesday afternoon, jump
ed the track two miles east of tho
rock tunnel, and rolled 150 feet down
an embankment. No other earn hit
the track. Five men and ono woman
weae killod ontrtgbt, and three pas
sengers slightly injured, and three
seriously hint. None of the employ
ees of the rood were injured except
the fireman who was riding in the
A Nccllc foiitael ji a joW.'g
xestoruay wniio a workman at Pen-
IIOCK's phosphate factory was boning a
cow, he found in its heart a long nee
dle, passing through the two ventricles
and protruding nearly one quarter of
mi inch. The animal belonged to Mr.
U. c. Llndemnii; he saw it oooinlaccnt-
l.v call ii": in lis stall Thin-s.hiv .;.r..i
and l-'rlday morning when be' entered
the stable it was on the ground dead.
The needle had probahly I n (Wallow
ed by the DOW l bile OHtlUg fodder.
The needle was very black and its i
pearai.ee indicated tltilt It had been in
the cow's body for some lime. ( l.alta-
ti church in Brooklyn, bnt Cell
that he could rfot slay there be
cause of his grave tlmihis on the
(juestioii of baptismal regenera
tion mid other points. I told him
I did no! hfilinvfl it ndPAaaneirtlicit
he should leave the body to which
DC belonged on tins account, ami
dial I doubted whether he would
feela much at home among i-w
Oong'regalionalists Br do as much
good, lie wen) away after a
while, apparently well satisfied
to remain and labor where ho was
Tjfnnor'i Pf evictions for May,
Toward tho end of the first week in
May. or about tho Rib - . , 1 . : 1 1 .
, 7 - 01 o. 11 , ,soo ,y
Talis ..mv be looked for il. ll ic lowr.r
provinces of Canada, and about afoy
0 irosts are probable ill Central and
Southern Illinois, will, tain and snow
prevailing in uonio looalitiel. There
will also, in all probability, be snow
fall through the (i.ilf and tin- si.
bawrenco district sboul tho7thor8th,
After tho 10th of .May, however, hot
weather may be eJpecteA and after
n. tr.ii. 1... .1. a.:... . -ii , , .
iiiu nun uuiu invi Will probably
local, out, in iri lain' districts) al
thottgh thunder .'dories are also proli
able on the 18th and loth Between
Hie 20th ,rl ll there will proi.al.lv be
1 loudj Weather with rains, and v'ege-
tation will have advabced oonsidera-
DIJ US tin- iMitb ol the luontli, 1;,.
lllV. wIlU I ill, nl borii-i... -
I don'l want to go inside I lie' fold
and lale lho sheep out but go
outside and bring them in. The
real question is not of outward
ness; but of our spiritual lii'o.'oui
purity, truth and faithfulness.''
4nofbcr Pbstal Card Ukase e;
lued. The following order declaring pos
tal cards uumailablo with anvthuur
but the direction on the address side
was issued at the Postoffiro Depart
mont on the 21st iust:
"On and after June lj IS81j no
printing or writing will bo permitted
on the address side of postal cards
except that imprinted there at the
manufactory, aud such as may te
necessary for the proper" direction of
the name. All nostaJ cards lienrino
any other writing or printing 11; on
the address side are declared unmail
able and must be returned lo lho
sender by the postmaster at the (f.
acc wnero luey may be mailed, ouch
cards may be treated ps 'spoiled' ai d
redeemed br anv nosttnaaternnnnan.
ilioation of the holder, tut nroacribt d
in section 171. postal laws and regn-
tions, 1870, Foture supplies ofj.es
tal cards will be printed on I he ad
dress side with the words "nothing
but the address cm be placed on this
mff - -S--
TticMiiiMn'M 4ssHsiiis Arrested,
A n . , ' . .
uonacanunopifl aispatcn snvs
lour persons, formerly domostics, soi
vautsofthe Imperial palace, have
boon arrested charged with the assas
sination of (he late Sultan Abdula
ziz. They have confessed that thev
suffocated him after which they 01 en-
d the veinii in his arms to make it nn-
pear that be committed suicide. I be
ex palace offleers and an ex-War Min-
lalerare also stated lo have been 1111
plicated. It is possible the last
nauu-vi liters to Ausslin who wt.s
murdered by a Uassain in 1877, soon
after the death of Abdulaziz.
State of Tennessee. Cbancerv Court f
L P. Parker, adm, of A. s. Chastlan,
dr., vs, Bllxabeth Cbasljan, et ai.
It appearing from the allegations of
oomplalnauts bill that George Cute ami
wife, SilHIeCate, and A. B. i'.a!.. r ami
w ife. Georgia Baker, are non-residents
of the State of Tennessee, so that the
ordinary process of law cannot he serv
ed upon them. It is therefore ordered
that publication be made, for four sue-
eessive weeks In tha wkkklv 11gBiU.d,
a newspaper publisheii in Clevelanfl,
Bradley county, Tajiu., notifying said
1100-resldu.Ul defendants to .appear at
he court hom e in OoltOWatl, at the
Juno rule day, It being the 1st Monday
of June. 1881 , and make dorense to said
bill or the stude will be taken for con
fessed and the cause set lor liearliio- e.
parte as to them.
T. II. Ronnv, C ; M.
'm, 1 .1. vs nil. 1 ..i, ; I . , .. .,
Sohonl Hon .. s lusarwl fur tho termof FIVE
FJvAltg, oaly one-imih parmcnl down w-
ijnirea, ouikbcc to be paid onuoally,
-1 1 1 81a,
, JORDAN BROTHERS,
Have pcrmnicutly Im ated in Clerelaud
and lespeetfully solicit a -hare of the
liatroiiiige from tbepublle. They pledj
tliemmdves to TAITIUTI.l.Y EXE-
y 1 1
Pl til . niiii froi
01 wiiliONt n
in good eoadl
- -so.- enjoy
; igi 1 'I onic u-
-. nud novnr
' Hid j ure, anil
' Hanipla wm-tti
' sioi-on ,v- ( o.
llnlletl .V ( c.
1 .i iiy niate,
Vra .t i ".,
..II 1. ! ... . .
.01 urn inirusteu to molr can
IlEFKll BY I'KJIUISSIOX.
The Easl Tc Va. &
Sa R. R.
in connection with ii 1 tirebasad and
leasMl llni .
THESELMAjRQMl & DALTON
MEMPHIS & CHARLESTON
Knox, ( 'ol,
'i'. .'. Itnox,
.Oipt, V. Ii
IV O ?.' -1 1 E S E E ER T X 0 1 1 .' 1 : .
E. C. Odonnald j
m Petition for illvorec,
I u the circuit Court of Bradley coun
it appearing from complainants orig
inal M'hljb Is sworn to, In the above
stated canse, that tho defendent Y, ,).
Odsnnald is a nOii-resident of the
State of Tennessee, so that tbe ordina
ry process Ol law can not he served up
on him. it t tbercfoio ordered that
publluatton be mftde for four successive
Weeks In the Wkkkxy Obiuld, a news
paper published in Cleveland, Brtldlov
county, iounessce, glvluir him not!
to appear at a Circuit court to
held at the court house in Cievelan
Bradley county, Tenn., on the
Ssj 9Iondllr of May, I8S1.
ami plead, answer or make otboi
tense to said hill, or the same will
taken as confessed ami BC f0
ex parte as to him.
Ji. IV. SKLVIDOt
pr. fee 14.00.
F5 1 fir r g
t a s.. W; y
Porm tbe rUickcit am! 1 -st line to all
goi'Tiirniv, UEarrnn and
SOUTH W K8TE ii s t'O i !V f,
'J1IE BMIOUAXT ROUTE
Its Inducements are :
a ISO Healers in
PRINTED MANILLA IVKAPIN0 V -
PKRaud PAPEK BAGS,
Oar Mr. R. v. Gray, who reprcseats us in
Eaat Tena. and AlHlmmn-aJSill Iran i the
trada regularly with n full line of snmplcs,
idwoyg uropared to sell goods nt law prices.
Doo, -.-1 l v.
Kmlgrnnts parried on pussenger Irnlim,
ror rates and other Information,
JAS. J.'. OUOXX. V.. V. A.. Koo- en.,.
T- S. DaVAUT, (i. 1'. .., .Memphis.
Kay Ivxioht, P. a., Selma.
s. Y. B. Wim lASta, Ticket Agt. Bristol,
W.I,'. Kkrk, Pass.Agt., Km-win,..
C c. .Mi .Mii.i.an, p. Agt, Chattanooga,
PHCF. W. PAINE, M. D.. MEDICAL AUTHOR AND TEACHER.
AIID WORKS ON
HirniriVR AKn s ,
gerv. ins'.!, ct. toi. wiiwt, riaa., r
t2.00 Per Day.
t The East Tennessee Wcsleyan
university will arraduate tliirtei .1
young men nod three youug la
dies this year,
Between midnighl and dnv
break oflhe l (th inst., 'SU: James
rowers, on Virginia Hill, wliile
1 In- family were all asleep, made
Itis escape frorii his sick bedi and
ll Was Olllv Oiler .several (lavs n
" ,niP Mi, , , , ' -.'001 uie UIOIH11. i,c 1 .Ill v i.Hcr m.ci-i 1 ..v id'
I ,,, , no enconra.,,.,..,.,,, from ti.c farmers 0i , t,;,,, th,. SOlfa and 2Stb tbe wefMdUfan? search lit 5 1 was , mud
, , a, tun 11 v and fliu bimliiaaa m. o nt inn I ,.- I...1.I-i i .1 """'yu uiHi in wna ivunu
unit s away. Bristol i
the county and the bUSlttOSI im U ; tho
will in-ohahlv lie cool.
will end Lot and lultrv,
The LouibviIiLb Commkrciai., with
dally and weekly edltlr.us, for yours pait
reisoKiilzed hn a leBdliiR paper of the
Houth aud Wer-t, was eHuLllslifd In I860
by a Dumliorof KentuofelauK for the pur
PoHoof dlHHemlnntliiL' those prlncltleROf
lndlvldiail lilier.y, cfvil equality, puhllo
............... u.iuHHu ,,, nuLIOUHl UDliy
and tho supremacy of lho national con
stitution on which they believed tbe
welfare of the who:e oountry to depend,
and whloh ihoyfelt that It wea enpeo
lally Important that tho pr-npio of Ken
tucky (iiid tbo Honthern Htatea should
oordlally aocopt and act upon. The
piimir has steadfastly advocated and
defended IIiono principles during Its
whole earner, and rtlll dovotts Itself to
tliclr msliuenaiioo. Il is n npeolsl friend
tp the development nnJ prosperity of the
Honth on tnni fouada.lon of justice to nil
wh ch Is tlio only mire basts of perma
nent tranquility and healthful progress.
TiifWbeki.v Commehcial, Is a farge,
thirty-nix oolumu paper, giving every
woek one or inoro completed stories,
Boleotlona of the lil(-ho!it literary char
acter and of the most general Interest,
full and nooutato market ronorts, a oom
ptete rosumn or tho latfst news and well
written editorial!! on current topics. It
Is well-known ns one of the brightest
and most vat nublo family papers In this
oountry, and from Its full Kentucky
news is specially Interest Ing to Kentnck
luns having thoir homos in other states.
nWVehavo a clubbing arrangement
with the psper lu which tills advertise
ment appears by which subscribers can
got two papers for l.ttle more than tbe
price of oue.
Hubserlptlon terms (postacs froe) are:
For Dally, Slo por annum; with Hundsy
edition, Sh! psr annum. Weekly, with
premium. SI 60. Woekly, without
Hneolmen ooplos aent free on appil
Liberal commlinloua In agents, and
apodal man for olubs. Money sent at
our risk must lie soul, by rtglstered letter,
im-.iuiB uruur ur express prepaia.
mmium nmmm compasv,
lCJ West Oicen itrl, Louisville, Ky.
HJ-J ii u.i
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CATARRH I. Ih. A , r , .. ..7. 7. .
viu,onft from O'" font or back
voii'c ililJ .If ! , ii i 5j.ln "i'-uiS ol muiiita and Uokling ..r the throat, lo nt
Hk i ' l"sJof"",l. IomoI Uwtp, partial or comp ete doafmiHS, llie fonnation o soaus ' I
v i,',.X ,.o , " ''" "',"". rwsn'ar apuetlte, and n seuso of restless nervouS
th; throat. and lungs ii prod i DRONI iii-ris am. - nm MPTMBt , i ,1 i
lie Pwasltos exist in the BLOOD and produce ivory witortvaWe m or hfiS
' Homo rorras of the ckstarrh jerms p ico stiima til ri.'vi-
Nouralgln and violent IIU of oonghlngi wl.llo otlu n t"JIIIos inlfiiZSSZ
tan Gmyne' ntatl,y' "SSW Hkl" l ot msSM"pSmt
i.-ir.fsn.VVWK ,",s ,,vorad s vapor that asnUTsls cuws and win thoso
NMPTlfi powu-, i.. Ti I !. ' " ' malte vou sleep nnd fool happy; anti.
fSnJWl 1 .'ii" " 2M?iunt ",r llK SJal dl icovcriosi his UOIUKSTIO phac-
i ( i e i i i i i i t r - i ' ' i i l'""l'S' '. lies, ndshls VbGRBSw
ci.r uno, published monthly, i.-vl. am, envs. i,t.it.-;. i-'Iikk vV.i.mi.i
With .more .-Vial...;-; a, ere,, e , ! ' 'l, MLffi 2L"-"5ll
in. .,r ii,.. r : ... ..... ': "". oy
SflS Si LW"JJrJ?iW!!!2 R if to
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A tie,;,,,,Mi,..,,i,,,,i WshlnftoMrvoaiwiTrfeM
muSmMiSk worn ikim m am. fniffitAnl,
P()R SALE ii V
John I). tray nor, Druggist.
Kelly & Cooper, Druggists.
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