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I! E D A L D, raon tub vatmnm ubaDi
rENN. Bm4 flHWII and OjJori-
m n:i :: c ssitr.t:: MJIfoii".
comes irom A correspondent of Ihr? U'recn- of our lieoulillcan fJouirr men:
Washington Hint Oonofor, of j Borajd, writing from Wash- Our three UonsreMmen Petti-
IYicsNeN K pitiilK an :i ClrcaM Voutt Vroect-tUnzn. i Bob In t-oil . i, 1 l;;. !m-k' ; Tho rn.i v
Krcn.i-... ' , 7 ' " ; oonrt met If omlar, Hon. D. "1 Inlnk lb Republicnniin tho 1 "0 taSI ICM!., Va.
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Florida, i ! miim.tc"! .1 ml?r 'IV
ingsajrs: Two Easl Tenn
nor m flrit asaistiutl Postmaster-ns mot a fow dnyi
General, and thai Tyner will Pennsylvania Avenue wl
1iik-. Hoore ana Honk, liave all
gono to their homes. The two
Brit being u ft members bave
11.. . . ii . . .. ,i . i
probably succeed Longslreel m toiswero proposed as the- s,-! "w ";.
'.. . : i .'. .,. , Iness, but they wvc orouuso of
IH'i nl : U'lillH'll OV8- I ,r LT I S , ii , VI t
(Hvf iMl,.v,1i.vr,.v(,l W J" '";-' IIOUI-., K i
r V,.. .;.,.n i i. 7 ' snoniauosaiatoa people wiiii
......I., riii iii Whom oO IS SO well Known, and
Mii.kL.r tn Tiirkav miltl Dniiiilu ol li'!ii;.'!;Mirr i;u . . . . .
HIUIBIOr VCJ lllrnej, . . , i , . l. hi"- v:i n.-1. lih iki imu
nos. A. iironoscu io tivat ami ... . .
called for a ink of steamed oyg- KW!3 s ll hi
Attorney Gen ml M Vc tgh
lias given an opinion afllr
the right of Inc. Postmaster 1 lou
oral to probibil tbo delivery of
registered letters and ili- pay
ment of money ofders to M- A
Dau))bin,8ecretary df the Louisi
ana Lottery Company.
A there have been rumors that
Tims. 11. Baker would be appoin
ted Assistant Commissioner of
Agriculture, Statistics and MinesJ
a representative of the American
aked Oommissioner . Hawkins
Whether there was any rounda
tion for ill" report. 11' ai'l that
there war- not; tbo act . I -". 7 u
pealed the law creating the office
and he, therefore, had no power
to appoint an assistant.
An attempt to evict some ten
ants at Now Pallas, I", land, rail
ed uttorlj'. There were 500 sol
diers and police presi at, but n
mob of5,0t)0 assembled and ston
ed the Sheriff and bis assistants.
Tio police charged upon the mob
several times, but the bailiiPB
life iK'in.' threatened lie rel'ui ed
to noint out the houses of the !
Unquent tenants. About 200 ol
the mob were araiod with rev 1
vers. - sflp
II OU' . !it:i:cc'ct!.
Wlien o tnnti lM rBached iho its''0'
experioncfl mid looks back upon lii
piul lifu he often tliin If lo lwl to
live It over Bgalo lie ivould lead sucti
dltfbrent life. But with tbta raflectten
comet noeliange of conduct, lie drives
iilini!;- on (In; highway of life with Hie
sunn: thoughtlessness and recklessness
ns If hi bod no errors t" prolll by, and
his lite oho iiiicbaiifltng pathway ;t
Kuocoss. It matters not at what ago a
mini dtscoveis tho errors of his life, lie
tsliou 'nl iti on se prolll by il sperience (
oftho-past. Tbo writer of, ilii was
once luineuttng li failure (to profit by
oxpcrleuce, and expressing ;i loss ol
lio;ie for fuiure sucoesB, though at the
lime barely of age. Bald u venerable
friend, "von do and say things wrong;
t the ago of forty-throe I yns a bank
rupt, had not a cent In the i le wot Id,
but had it young and growing family.
All Hint I have, 1 bvo gained since
then." lie was reputed to bo a mlll
lonnreandlt wiu only afle repeated
fid I u res ho had gulned It. J'1.!!- should
lusnironwu to profifby the experience
of the r.a-t ad tboro i:; no
M'-III1'.I11I1M1B HirMIIU II V I 1 ...11 ,1 ,,
;. peck and taken originall SK m-oiry that Bnythin,
rom the shell nl 40 cents p-V ! I!,0"M ,bo .s:l,iJ l" R V4'"1'1" U
i. i . ,i i ,i i ' wnoin lie is so wi ll Known, an
"If.. J I , I L . . .1 1' ' l I 111 111 I . ' 1 , I'll
on the pabulum til tor the God h?P bi180 W' e9teem
(dtheriallv speaking) and were fwe people oT Roane coun-
to return sharp at 4 n. m., next ,;';'';'! 1 ?eiro '" 2?iiU9i 0M
afternoon. They mot and B. rfferenco to his power
vainly and egotistically called for ""' m lJ?J& ,!
Kill i i iiiiii'iii. i ;i;ii noi ;i jioiii.
ii peck of stowed oysters you
mean steamed oysters said the
servant. No sifM savs !!., "1
mean stowed oysters 4 want a
change.1 Imagine the surprise
and chagrin when the waiter
i ame in with two waslitubs full r
oysters, at a cost of&fi0. Ii-- left
i a wi er vet sadder man.
The appointei of the Fin I
Congressional Di Irict, from Hie
various Departments of the Gov
ernment, the honor of which is
due to the influence and pret ij e
of Hon. A. II. Pettiboue hove i ill
passed creditable examinations,
and have been assigned to duty,
alaj. Pgttibono accredited as
liio representative Republican of
the South, and iili matters-oof Io
calor national interest--relative
to Southern affairs must have hie
signature or endorsement to pass
as current coin. To illustrate
1!. came from Baltimore, with vol
uminous recommendations, for a
position iii the Government mini
Ins credentials were
and held iu abeyance.
man," and never was. and never
engaged in ecstatic frenzies over
the mere mention of Iii-- name,
bnt from personal observation
aud as the result of inquiries at
the fountain heads of power, J
ean honestly say thai no other of
the Southern Republican Oqn
pressmen have bo mnchlnflnonce
in Washington today as he.
Whatever may be his faults
whatever may be his shortcom
ings ana uiB.weaKncsses, person
aliy lie Stands in tll
of the men of brain
and is respeoted and
!lh- tovernmenl as such.
l 1(C Jill ! I ii'.l il s.l 'S J " '! or.Jii iii-on hi ; wvwv
'" v i . U AMnvortli, et als, "! " Hi eeaiioctlon v. itl, , , , . m i
rsSBrml U) Judge Hni.Jfoi.l - ufeive. !',Xtn :,d :i nitilo Unit refused to: leased lnm,
John renin rtW.M. Wrinkle, eont- move. When asked why be did THESE! M I i ii
promise filed. not ire ahead w;ih his team be
A. Cartel-, mini, vs K. 'V. V. A ;. IJ. , . .,1 t 1 .!..,:.. -'li'-.Wi 'N A I'll A HLKSTflX
Beonanuedbyooosent. ..... ,,",' ! UAILUOADS. ......
.. 'bin ii
t VtSV WlliF . :
l'-.r Nil, Mlllr.
I m m! I li-p. nil,!
Mwoi Oi . i
' A !. i iti,, nam Ana An : !, ..fi'.-M . '
Hsrj I'arkervsK. s. l)el.ariv and , ., ... tH, ,i
lllll till- llll ill IH II I If III' If :-l '. . '
- - .1. ,
W, M. Wllibofts, ertter f eoadenma-
Blntsr limit, nolle on east.
Addle White, cont'd by consent,
it. Batssi not gujltjr.
.1 B. Hunt sod O. U.Uiuit, sobnilt'd.
.!. Dlxoti, eoutluuo I by state.
Henry Nippci , guOty.
Y, ItOesr, gulltf '
O. W, llqloomb, retired on secount of
i', W. Grei n. eoutinucd 1 1 v Slate.
V. Oats, not guilty.
W.'Oato, rontinueo by defendant.
J. A. Henderson, cont'd by deft,
J, W. Pugh ami w. Pitscimmocs,
cont'd by deft.
8. K aner, oent'd by deft.
Ton! liawson, - oases, not KuiHy, .
I!. Sloan, continued by consent.
R. A. Sloui, 4 eases, cont'd by SiaJe.
P. H. uow,8 oases guilty and '
quickest sud bi - line ta ill
I and tho mole hind foremost, so oTBt3H', Mr.sTi:it ,-f
if be started the oxen the mule
would jump over the cart."
siate i.; T.-i.i.i- -,,. Chanoerv 'n
. I Wil .guilty. '
fronl rank . .. ,- o f.
Bnd power, &S Fa
honored by f "on.coatdby c
I ! A. bbitlett, nolle .n cost
iRott:'.'!' Co us tit Dlscoverog,
Prof. I. iwls Suift reports 1 1 1 - discov
ery of a bright new oouioi, in tbe coa
stelbition Androuicds, rL'bi ascension
nsnglit, liours, itaught ; minutes de
clhintlon, 33: north: motion soutbcrlr. !
As till !s the Senr (tnmi.f. illinAVAnxl in I s
tbe 1'niieii States or Canada this year.
oxamin -d pnie oucreu uy
r i.A in ! H. II. Warner, of Rochester. X. V.
ni. :m rr, not trail! v.
Jos. Iiiiflies, nolle on cost.
W. B. namscy, cout'd by State.
. ' .riflia, cont'd M def t.
J. E. Ross, cout'd bv State.
J. i!. IL iss, submission.
Riohard Wilson, guilty, sentenced
Of .lame- CPUIltV.
J. I'. Parker, sdm'rof . s. Cbastian
vn Blteabetli 'b:ilin oi nls,
lu-this cause il ajiponrtifg from llie
nllcgsiions In Complalusnt s Bill thsi
tbe Insolvency of '.lie estate of A. H.
Ubttstbtu, dra'd, has boeti srggcsti 1 to
Hie County Court, of James t ouuty and
thai tbe sonic exceeds one ilioussud
dollars and C'oniplaliuuit prays that tin
administration and settlemcul of tald
estate be transferred from the Count!
Court to the Chancery Court of salll
Jt Is ordered that the sdmhilstrStion
ami settlement t said estate ie trans-
lerrcti iruni me uouniy lours to tin
Chanoery Court of James county that
further pi occcdmigs in said couiitj bj
tbo administrator or creditors of ihld
estate in- strictly enjoined1.
It was further ordered thai publica
tion be made to tho Cleveland I1kkai.ii
requiring all creditors ol A. s.
Chnstian to tile their claims i 1 1 1 the
Clerk & Master on or before the Srsl
dny of the next term of this court or
they ill be forever barred.
Apr. 1, 1881. T. II.KOVPT, C.4 M.
ir. fee .".;; ).
ym mil e;su;ii imiixts.
THE IvUIGKAXT BOUTR
its Inducements era :
II. 1 KK
4 "-th ,1.
teri'im he was fntrodticed to i-;. i.
Pettibone, and, upon the vouoiiers
and letters of several Northern
men, obtained his signature. Snl'
fic" to say. Presideni Garfleld au
thorized the issuance m the com
mission when he beheld the Big
Last year Dr. Switt got an swXrd oi
ifuwiroTii uarucr lor me uiseovcrv ot
the comet oi 1880. The ooblet i-i fair
sisad,and,alt)iougli near tho location
of tho comet of 1813, Its motion Is dlf
fereht. Dr. Hwlft thinks there need
be no apprehension that the nreseaue of
companion aud tlits comet ill hltvc any unusual effeel
; J. W, Walker vs w. w. Wood &
I Co, cont'd by caiisent'. State of Tennessee, Chancery C
8. B. Boyd vs J. & M. Patterson, Jam- p County,
enjoined. I. P. Parker, a-.ltn. of A. B. Clinstian
.. ii. i ;.i,itu-ieii ririnn vs I nr.. v. I. i.. i, i I in.-ei-i ei
, iii ,
I V.,1 'll'li: II, eiiil! U b-V llll
Emigrants esrried on pusscnger train-.
For rates and other liu'oiiUMihui,
sitd i ei i
J as. R, Ounkx, ;. P, ... Knoxville.
T. s. I'.vvam. ;. p, a., Memphis.
Bay Kxioiit, ;. p. a.. Sclma.
s. Y. 15. WittiAHs, Tlckel Agfc Bristol.
W..B. Nil.:;. Pass.Agt., Knoxville.
C.C. MrMii.t.AN, p, Act. Chattanooga.
jx i: til
Bensons Capcins Porous
ncity more widoly or ravoras
n. It Is ranld in rellovlim uod
1 qtili k In curing. For Laino Back,
I llhunmatlsiu. Kidney AffoctlouS, ami
aches snd pain- generally, it la the nu-
rl vailed remedy.
II. Austin vt K. T V
Li Wl ; Y'iili;ii!)S VS Jartl
cont'd by dept.
nature of his
Bchooi-mate iii childhood, his tre
nial friend in manhood and his
peer in the zenith pf his glory.
J:;!j;e Sit ;. :i::tl t:io Mail Frauds
Tho following statement as tu
Judge Key is made by tbe Cincinnati
In speaking of too .Star routs runs
pus, a prominent postal official sai l
to-day that Judge Key could have
nut bis foot on the frhole Lu:-:i n
and prevented the seaudol, h: he
bci n dispospdj bnt in t he Roodm ss 1 1
Lean and amiability of bis dispo
sition Le let Brady run that i t im b
of tho business about as ho saw i.:.
man caiiuot bcglirtosuocecd. lh
Is a successful one, and If adopted
Key Lad great eonii'lenee in I'-rady
and admiration for his ability. The
mere suggestion that Brady was de-
rtvltis nncuniarv pronttrom ino rs'.ar
tgd when a rc.ute expenditures would have made
i in i.. . - -. , ,
on mundane affairs.
The State debt settlement Is growing
warmer Sud warmer. In some places
in Middle aud West Tctiuotsoe, pooph
are holding ludlguatloii meetings, Kx-
Gov, Marks writes ou it as follows
WtxcttESTCR, April 17. M T. 8.
McFerrin, ami other. Mydcarsii'st
STottr letter came whije 1 ;:s engag
ed in an exciting crtmlual trial, it was
concluded ycbterilay, ami I stii (juitu
broken down, I suet to Nashville to-
yon. i ihaiili you for your letter, aud
through yoitl let-urn thanks to my
friends who sent the comiiinulciittou,
I have tiot time, to go Into details, but
unless it i supported by popular .-"oii-meut.
ti Is impossible to compel a sov
ereign State in i'vr nv..!int its will.
there tire Severn! modus by which the'
state cau (tcteat the seuienient it it,
adhered to, will brlnj
plnesH, it i, "epon
I,-.-- i lni ii you
make." rfntnaii Is In business he
Bhoutd ostablls one rule, it i uiichauga
ble as the Jaws of tho Modes and l e.r
slaus, He should never tinder any elr
curastancos in fringe on iii: uapltnl, ho
should never spend money until lo
makes il, ami he should over spend less
than lie makes, These rule; will oo to
be' applied to 8 ny business hud will, If
followed, insure success. It may bea
small one, but the shte of n man's bal
lance docs not measure hi lutpplncss.
Everyone iu bis Intercourse with peo-
I'llle i '.,,. hru n.nm'v. ami nrahablv wiSnld
i .--j ---j "o-. i
"d I until this dav, as Le uohevedtbat bis
uocessaud hap-1 trusted lieutenant was as honest as
to is able. Nobody suspects Kev
bimself, ami Iho most that is said
agaiust him by the most emphatic oi
by tbe btar route uisclosure,
be trueled too much to othei
himself is a One specimen of rugg ii,
old fashioned honesty, who could re
main in public life from the cradle to
the grave aud never be tempted to
anirkea dollar In any manner that he
would blush to Lave tbo noon-day
sua illuminate (a the eyes (-f all. Fub
Ho ine:i do tuako mouey hero not ttil
of them, but some in ways that are
TWO PEDIMXKS of dard
tv.t::::. Ta1cE;i:i Iy PJnkerton's Ht--lecllvc.
Aooiit. three weeks .-10 there came tri
the Ococo House, two young aud well
lire-seil men ami registered as i-'. F,
So I and Mr. Miller. They represen
ted themselves as peddlers of tihie
iva -e, ami made orders ott New York
1 goods In the name of
The goods came several
were received by said
mail directed to him
! bo; sea for ih
'! .'. NeoV
lay 8 ago ami
It appearing from the nlegntlou's n(
couiplalnaiits bHI that (leorgeCate ami
wife, SallleCatc. snd A. B.. Maker and
ivlfe, Georgia Baker, are non-residents
of the State of Tcuiiessee, so that the
ordinary process of law catmot beserv
ed upon them, t is therefore nrJored
that publication be made for four suc
cessive weeks lu the V. I I M Y II Ut.W.ll,
11 newspHper published Iii Cleveland,
Bradley puiity, Tenn., notifying ssld
June rule day, it belug the 1st Monthly
of .lime. 1081, mid Hi ikfl defense to said
hilt or the same will be taken for con
fessed mid the cause set tor hearing ex
parte as to them.
T.n. Room-, C. & M.
April 22, 1-si. preeSo
A nd :
. Hue of floods
IN STOCK. x
': kiode; I
1 Tonio 11!
. mi nevw
' Illtlllks for sale pi
an they cau b; i
.chooses to do so. Your friend,
AUiElt'J 8. M.u:
An All itsEi Planter.
however was put with the mail of P. F.
Soul, the well kaoWu hardware mnn
1. : . 1..... t.n . .... ...
vuiat.it y , out lUllllier eel ex- I r a r
jdalned t he matter $u a way that pre
vcntotl suspii'lou of anythlngjwynng.
Bui yesterday thoro arrived a Mr
; 8b 5i rinjt
(ill- oflli 0
f n TT?V Et a ri
A en 1 1. : A v." In lie ie- iOs n "'n :ml. I :,,. 1 , k .
M II.. 11 1 l . .... ... ..!.. ! . ' a
ring, detective from the Pinker- j jlprn;f )
goncy nud "took In" the two ', MlmUM
I yoiuig peuaiers and left for New
j w h'ct them last night. It seem
about sixteen miles
from Memphis. With tbo assistance
of two tnuli s ftnil a wagon ho hauled .
a bole of inferior otton into towuj
and sold it for .""M. With tho pro-
m 1 u"
some game m ulnerent towns for some
tlirie. The house they received goods
from was Rogers Bros., Stew York
sabl Rogers Bros, thinking they were
ds, and with tbe aid of tbe
'Vii'l millfta H.T11I vrntfnti hn honlnl
Lack to Lis plantation the followinar i ma NU"
items: 100 pounds sides, cat- well uow'
uy in the shoulder, $12.60; Jo bush
els corn, 87,O0j - bale hay, 84.00: I
barrel corn meal, 83.00; 1 barrel poto
sdJ ling .the goods to P, V, Xeei,
hardware man of this cltv. The e
ilayed but they will
V 'a'i'! hv i-'v!V
tit t-.i j... u
P 11 O P E LIT V o W - E R 8.
ABE vr s"si;:j:i?
Jfnot, insure your property with
Ij. OSME ?-T rp (
01 eveland, Tennessee,
flfths Oontlnsntal Insaranee Cs , tf 17. 7,
tSSetSJlCOl'I) i5v.;)0. on Lite
InstMllmenl i uti. Iiwolling bouses and eon-
I. iO. Rlll-lll , . .11',..: I I,,,., 1 I
, ; im
J U I buaa til v U X a a tvS,
lermniiently located hi Cleveland
ilvcs to FAiTili'TJ.I.V KXK
all work Intrusted to choir care,
KEFElt DY PERM I - l( IX
f. M". Knox, Col. ('
I'. J. Knox,
I.' Hrftiana it nn.H P.x Ii... I..,.,., ,,V f.'V
vv na . i.. . , i .i ' i B. Ileni
i i. .ii.--, will,, UK, tifii j:iiii:..n iiiihh i - .
nl.., ,1 1..1 !., I.', it- I. reeK. I ap
woe, T. J .
. 1) Reynolds. II.
ive liaskins, I. .
BlclCumy, ami Rev,
II 11 1
;i i iim.
I. 5?.. n i
Digging up t bi Hatcnet.
i'otal cost pf items, 820. 1
not dishonest, but at the same
would cause embarrassment if
claimed from the Louse ton.
Postmaster General, Judge Key had
sueh x high BC&sc of honor and i .ust
fntncsi of tli" position that bo would
not even buy railroad stocks for pur
poses of speculation, cr iL any thing
U.at might soem in the remotest; de
gree like taking udvautatfe of Lis
public position to Inform himself on
matters that might result io Lis pe
cutiiarv benefit, Ho does not lore
money in the first place, and Ins a
vctv bigb si nse of personal honor,
aud betwoen tho two ho never turned
his official position to Lis private ad
vantage to toe junount f a Binglo
dollar, His friends know this, and
their regret that this scahdti! sin , il l
Lave occurred under Lis administra
tion is great in proportion m they ad
mire the purit y of Lis character.
While in ofaco Roy mode an i si in-
sive lour throi
all the Western
pie have noticed how one mini with
sin. ill means will appear to bo rich and
oertiiinly Is Independent, lie Is point
ed to us h uitiu of means nud one io be
emulated. He ow e- no one, ho has n
Hindi I ballcuoo each year to lend tosoUie
less thriftless or more enterprising
neighbor, aud lie looks and talks Inde
pendent. Ills neighbor may have a
great deal more property but is always
more or leas ill debt, 'that, man has an
afluenco his uotghbor can never at
tain ; his opinions have mole wclglll
than tho other; ho is called a thriving
man, a man looking up in the world.
Il'a una willaufla small sum to Ills
savings eaeli year, he will BOOH be Bllt'
prlsed nl bis success, it will grow on
him almost Imperceptibly, and he will
he astonished ufti r awhile to hear him
self rated as a rich man. His moans
nro magnified tenfold, niul all bee. in
he IS kllOWll tO he a llirlfty man. This
rule holds good lu nil branches of life.
It makes a man of any one who will
try It, whether he be n farmer, me
vhaulo or niorchnnt.
Reduction or t lie Pobl In April
VfAsiitsoTOJt, May 8. The debts! ite
iiieui issued io-day shows tbo decrease
of the public debt during the OlOJltll of
Casii In the Treusuryj f238,433,19if,81,
io!d certitlcatcs, $5,002,000.
btlverdq, 18 1,380.140.
C'orttlleatos of deposit outstanding,
Kef ii tiding ccrtlllcntes, (723,100,
1 .ral tenders outstiiMiltng, 120, iCI ,
010. fractional currency oiit-ta-.i lin: .
'i'he total Amount of sis per coals re
ei'lvfii st the Trertstiry tiepnrtmcnt to
date for continuance at J!'.. per cent,
Interest U iH2 ,ooo,5 jg.
When Mr. Stephens nulls on the
President, snd it is pretty oftcui Ottr
ticld pajuh'lm the oouipllinnnt of coin
pttmontot coming down stairs to meet
him. Thej talk socially In the blue
room instead of. tliu regular buvliiess
Office. In the House they neffl good I threo hiiudfod and slxty-flve dsys lu
friend, Huil between tliem now there i the year and spen I t lx hours In going
the iuo ;t cordial rel.i: if a. Tllliildd ft to the poll Slid voting for the men
Wg plum to Mr. Slephciia' nattirni In- j who intikS the law s which oeessteil the
fluen" tvlth tiioAduiliihtrailoii. giuniblliig J
10. Leariug the sum of sixty ceutj
o 1 x penned in wet groceries. This
planter believes in planting every
A special to tho Cheyenne Ledger,
from Rawlins, Wy,, .-.ays: r,Colorow,
I n i 'to chief, sud sovcnty-tlve lodires of
IJie.Iiidldns are camped within three
int of tho military post on the While
Also Dealers in
: PRINTED MANILLA ItAl'INti 1A-
PERand PArtSR BAGS,
j KNOXVILLE, TENN.
Our Ifr, R. Y. Orny, who represents us in
East Tonn, and Alabama ill travel the
tradu regulsrly with a full line of samples,
nlwuvs prepared to sell goods at law prli us-l)oe.'-.M
nr ndlngthe Sixth Infantrr, to leavi
with alibis troops within ti i- days,
'i'l ii-aetimi of the Indiana Indicates
trtlllhle. fiihil-ell is nAVt In nilflAflf tt
. , . . ... I I'lf'tta v,'
to incK-ni-tne-nanK. nl the i lute J.iv-; S7uuor.taj tree. AiUresa it.
i The people elected Garfield and no-
States and Territories, and was very
much impressed with the growth of
tbe country and tbo needs of the pos
tal service. Iii.; disposition to bo lib
eral was taken advantage of by hit
subordinates to "increase1! (he ser
vice far boyond what was really need
The Morristown, Tonn,, Gazette, n
Democratic paper, makes tho following
frank ami truthful admission Iu regai 1
to the political situation In this Btato:
Tbo Republicans In Tennessee have
managed lliolr party machinery, or
their party laeties, with more shrewd-in--,
more courage, and more sound
common lense than they have iii any of
the other Southern States, "hey have
made no untangling alliance hero with
tiiiybortyhavo gone straight forward
and fongbt for tho party all Iho time,
lad have net or tbouhi of snrr .. I i
aero of Lis laud in cotton, and thinks Colorew told Col. Moore, com-
any man nu idiot who asserts that il
is a iv i e economy for the planter to
grow Lis own Lay, corn and potatoes,
The Washington correspondent of
the Oiooinuati (Jommercittl says:
A. A. Freeman, assistant attorney
general for tho Post-office Depart
ment, made another u odor of Lis' n :;
IgnOilion to the Bostioaster-Gcncfttl
to-day, but Mr. James loll him Io ro
mainat Lis pest, as it was now proba
ble that Gricr would not acoepl the
place of third assistant, which would
result iu Iho cbntiauauce of Uazen in
that Oilier1, and consequent!? of
Freeman as ossistsnt attonov'-gonor-a).
Froeman'S'place was wanted Eur
Ilazeu, who was to vacate' to make a
place for Gner, but Orier's declina
tion Las upset the whole arrange
ment, and hence the probabilities are
that Freeman and lis. -.en will remain
where they are. Freeman's place is
the best in the department, and be
holds it at tLe bands of the Postmaster-Gen
ral, and not at tho Lands of
Flu; Persons Drouneil.
A Bpocial I'rohi Elgin, Ills., says
as the ferryboat was crossing Fox
River, v hen in the middle of the
stream suddenly cajwized, Tho
passengers, of whom, 33 were lii
i le gjrls, were swept down fhe
stream with the current uttering
heart-rending erios for assistance.
Several oT thorn wore rescued by
boats, The body of ifno, Origjlit
en's daughter, la years of ago,
w as rocovered, litid she-is said to
have been restisitated. Twenty
person8.vre Raid ti have been
saved. A UiteY dispnleh says
about 60 persons drowned, but 'il
e. . .. t-e. . isv.rv .i
i-i i I'W I v V . I !,'?v k vi '. i '.
Coolnncj otovt Ol
TShi i Ific 6c
tcabi na fitat-cfaas
WRYI WHY I
The "Aotivet" rocoine lie FIRST PREM
IUM SS '.he HLICiT Cooling Mow,
BF.CAVSiJ'j the Ovens ore ex
iyi large, and they hake so even
and ijtuch', ( u: h;?h Tfid
time, oiitng to the lJat t Double
Oi ml vol the
; JPvei tfnv
t'i iJUUf, jvo shoviitng of
wfimiJ Portable Shelf.
ui- vbul or
I'f OUT, ( '. V77'--,'. it Si
guatitiiy of ca-J.
".Activ.a." can be recofi
j i nation. Ylu.-y are hi nu
l I with oilvcr Platings,
" i finish.
ot msirit in the
ecil hpon exami
'. of the
ni homo, Sample wortli
.liitii .; Sliii nil n I o.
1; in jnvr Olfn tewn
Terms ind fl
tlallelt .V Co.,
iitgi The coiucqneuce
steadily gal tied ground, and Instead ol
being n helpless minority party, ii Is
full ol life anil OXpect to ean y the
Btftte in 1882.
AVhv will people growl and grumble
the party hss " impossible, as y
trustworthy information as to the
number of lives lost.
Fend for tho i'.raiu and Nerves t lint
will invigorate tliobotly wlthoul In loir
Iciitittg is Avbst' wo need In theio days
of rttsll flUd worry. Parker's OllMtei'
Totllc restore tile Vl till C iiei'gh .-. sooths
Iho nerves iiml hrrngs goOu lienltiR
nnleker thtm siiytlilng you enn use.
See oilier oolttmu,
Wlehjgan hssorgsnlsed n stale Tele-
President QiOHeld is Piesldyut. Write
ttat down, sir 1 Aud don't you forget
No one man made hint Presidcnf.
'I'll vVholo party did it.
And ho will million good President;
nud will he re-elected idm -t iiuiuu
Write tlint down, And here wcclose
Hi bok of prophecy, Knoxville He-
The ( lliicngo Tribune is in fa
vor of "rootidg otii the rRHcals."
The dismissal of Gem Brady
for Lis enforced resignation
amounts to that indicates that
Mr. J nines is getting at the bol
torn of the postoflleo roguery, nnd
ho may be saiely celled upon,
with tin1 backing ho ii euro to re
ceive from the president, to root
nut tiro rascahi, and, with the co
operation of the courts, bring
them to punishment.
'Pin- Russian peasantry destroyed tic
''"a Nh synagogue nt Ellzabothgrad, in
tho government of Kherson, Many of
tho rioters were killed by the troops,
Toe disturbance grew out of Iho snper
stltloti regarding the Piuyover riles.
ox-Poctionstur Bindy Is guilty of
jobbery lie Is aeoiised of let him go to
the penitentiary via tho "Still' louto,"
Uncle Joim. -aid n briahl llttlo girl
o clghl suintncrs, N) a gnhtleinuii '.v li j
liulr wnl jilst. showing tints ol illter, I
"IViiv i uil't va H all, nS fSSt lis lf"l
"My dnnr," "I tnce e'isscd the bittfer
Hy kvlth n llghl elitstlestop like your-, '
iiui nm ton plil fof inch sports now,
nnd besides s vlotlni of BneumstUm, I
I ml niUSl I herein re Stop Ht I lie UOSrcSl
Inur store for fi bottle of Cotlssei s'l
Llghtlfng Liniment, u hlch will nr '
ftliettmntlitD, l. one Back, Hprnlus,
. id ts, ee. j Prlee ,"i I cetltS.
U'lt'ito's ('renin Whlto Vermifuge is.
tin i u orm Killer.
'k' v.eiifc. SIS n lny ul Homo onslly made
r I i oatlv oatiil i;iv. dilren'rrueaCu.
Officers ol nil Count lea
can buy Legal Blanks of till kinds bv
BUUdillg to tills I. (life. Vie liiiiler( 1 1
lite Nashville printers'. Give us n trial
ol'dei . Sep. 17, tf.
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wbnlo career, and btlll devotes Itaelf to
tlielr ln.iliitcnimce. It In n Miccliil Irlentt
to the development en 1 prosperity of tho
Hautli ou tint fonndnllnn of Jasllce toidl
wli eli Ih tbo ouly nnro bnnln of pennn
lient tranquility nnd bnilthful tirop.reaH.
This Wmi'o.v Cosimkik ial, la a large,
tblrty-i'ls oolumu paper, slylng every
week ouo nr mere lon.p eted atorlea,
SSlsetlOBS of ths lilbot literary char
acter nti'l of the moNt ueneral interest,
fall nud aoourate market roporta, a com
plete reoiime of tlio latent newa anil velt
wrlltun editorials on current topica. It
la well-known n one of the brlhtent
and moat valuable family paper in thin
country, and from Itn full Kentucky
news Ih iipuelnlly IntorcMtlnK to Kentuok
luna lie vl "; their hnmcH In ntber atntea.
if'Vo have a olUOMoi arrangement
with tin) piipor In which ibta ndvertlnc
montaproarH hy which stibcrlt)trs can
getvwopapera for 1 ttle more lbn.n tbe
price of one.
Hiibacrlptlnn terma (pnatngn free) nro:
Kor Dally, SKI per annum; with Hniiday
edition, 112 per annum. Weekly, with
premium, (I SO. Weekly, without
premium, II IIS.
Hpeclineu ooplei sont free on appli
cation. tilbaral cotnmlnlona to agonta, and
. spoclnl rV.ea for oluhe. Money aeul nt
our rlak mint he acnt by if glalcrrd letter,
poKt-nfflro r.rdcr or express prepabl
cojiJiEiMM HiBLisniiro mn,
lot West U sen street, 1xulsvillt, Ky.
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i for ri: rim r nf f . i , . umnMAft. lliionnlillliL nvancn.sfn. 1 .1 ver i Vmi-
I i ii 1 1 1 1 . roiuniH uiHcases, iNervous i . unity nun tTemntUre U( llu.
I'A'i'Aintii may mitnlfesl Itsolf by a mnntnK or discharge from tho Trent or back
portion of the nose, by hawking, rntsln ot mucus and tickling of tbo throat, loss of
voice, loss of smoll, IOM of tnato, partial or coinplelo deafness, the formation of scabs In
tlic ihi-niit nnd nose, iind k .'-'. I of tho breath and noso, ui.vtiiiNU lu the enrSi dlsstnessu
in i u, i.iint n oungs, eoai Ivi neaa, Irrogulnr appetite, and n w use of rcstloss, nervous
woaknoss, with more or loan toss of memory, Tie no symptoms may nil c.tini, or only n
part of them, iii any one oaso,
OATAIUIII is produceil by sped do PBJCMS or PAnASITtSS lodging on the
juiru when doblllUited by cold or olhcr paffw i. i laterrh of the Ktotnnoli, Hum els, Mycr
illitddor, Kldnoj's and woinh Is nlso ver i minion piodiiclna tllllousnoss, DVH-PKP-I.
OOMSTIPAIION, or Oh rhc i. tll.AUIintt nud ICIUNKV AOontlons.
Wi)I is iii... is... i.en.. in hrea, CAIVf'lEU, ii.nl olhcr flitnl n iliullrs, When II locates lit
tho throat and lung It prodnc illSO'e liii'n ami i i.-vsi;,ii"i io.. iniiiicnM.it
the piirnsitcs oxlst In the iii.ixni, and iroduce every conceivable form of blood
poisoning', some forms of the Catarrh gorma i luce Asi'imi.t, HAY .'Kvi;u,
NeuroTgln and violent it's of ooughln ; whlla othoi i cense liliious fovor, tnftnmniMx
Hun or iiiu Lungs, ri"nri iy, liryslpelin, Bktn iuw uetSi falling ot iho liali and Preiruv
tare Qraync .
1'U.nv. PAIIVIfl has rtl 'over .1 n VAPOB thai n i posllK ly rut and tilth theso
parasites as watar exit n hInIkm flro It J called ihe rATtlsJtii VAPOH. Re has
n elil called Hi" LIVBH OBNOfATOn, which klltsnll ti i disease in ibc Mtomaeb,
I .Ivor Mint Dowels, otfros Constipation, im I never loaves you costive, rlo bus a tea
col tod PROP. PAIWIE'S TONIC VKA, tlml in in Dills to Clin nil rnnul" tllseaSOSJ
nnd Dyspepsia, He has q bill lib rl s), P, Ml ,, I lint ci res all ftinns of Norvous
Debllltyi u NKltVH TOAilo susn :. Itn i mat inn i lenp nnd ie. I harinyt anti
HBIPTIO POWDBai, tlinl cm nil fori i of SUOlifl, f :;vt km, wBtllAI.OIASl
iiml H(iP,USIATI...1J. He has nn ANTIDOTE) TO A I PB IHBASB, tb'nl emeu
all Kovors and f.ung AfJbat Ions, n .... ,i , ,.i-;t ,.n -';. -i i . -m hdicim:,
l.nog pnires, gtvos a full a t of Ills great dl : bis DOStBSTIO PKAC-
I'fOIB, Wl pages, lei Is how nil pte.pl.. ,a ,;.r.-,.t- iheliiKelves. II.- n-s Ids PBAIIOOV
Itl'ICOHl), iulillsiii., nmnthlyi Ircc, Al.t, CON Bl'Tr A TIOIItM I'll KK. Wllhuiit
boasting or egotism wo assure tho jnibllg that Prof, I'nine, by means nf bis new ills,
covorlos, Immortso sxporlnnpa and eminent learning, ran dlnwHwo and trout dtseaso
with mora certainty, and greatiT siuMtesa, than any other pb) lelu wMvliiiti liy
semi I nn n il i Me i oitiplfig or fur from your ton no, nn n amill jilcea of white paper, bo
cm d" i'--ibe ills" iv i lib us i 1 1 ! rin I in as i In. ugh thu pntlenl ivtupri ient ibis ho
dt'us by means nf his groat mlnroscopi the mo I powi ri 'i ope in (be world, Tho
gjinns lod'e on I be lonuue, and It Is by dlsoorerliiK iIihsh germs Hint, he tells the disease,
A.tl ih. i"' n ill I el ed loin v uiih:!.' in live sl ould enni nil bi'n i I tin t in pi Mum or hy letter
.'hi, h i'n ". can i. v.iiiuiii money uud ivlthmii I ! i , I'c'aiiuuy
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