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PLATEAU GAZETTE SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1883.
Entered at the Post-office tit Rugby, T'cnn.
as second-class mail mutter.
Saturday, Atyrch 21, 1883.
HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS.
Thk Canadian Government last year
operatod 1,0 )7 miles cj railroad It is said at
a uct loss of $73,411:1.
Tub Emperor oi Germany has de
clined to accept the resignation of Admiral
Vou Slosch, Mlnistor'of Murine.
It is said the projected works for the
Improvement of ili Delaware tin akwater
Will require fivo year for completiou.
Threk captains and live lieutenants
of the regular army were placed on the re
tired list on the lGth" for disabilities incur
red In the service. I
Tub Peninsular .Telegraph and Tele
phone Company has boon incorporated to
run from New York to Yucatan, Chiapas,
Talabasco and O.ivaca.
A branch of the lilaek Hand Sooioty
has been discovered lu Northern Portugal.
Several members were arrested aud impor
tant papers were seized.
Tub cable announces a suspicion that
Frince Gortsehakoff was poisoned, aud the
contents of bis stomach would be submitted
to a chemist for analysis.
Russia, Franco, Switzerland and
Austria buvo agreed to establish an inter
national detective force to deal with an
archists, nihilists and socialists.
The businoss failures reported in the
United States and Canada for the seven days
ended on the 10'h numbered 22.'), twenty
eeven less than the week previous.
General Diaz was being hand
somely entertained at St. Lout?, JJo., on the
Kith, from whonee he would ro to New
York as the guest of General Grant.
Rrv. S. D. Cox, of Washington, has
been appointed President of a church board
of extcuslon by the Conference of the 31. E.
Church, South, at Charlestown, "W. Va.
Only five feet of water remained to
be pumped out of the Diamond Mine at
Vraidwood, LI., on the IStb, and the bodies
were expected to come to the surface at
The Acting Secretary of the Treasu
ry stated lately that the condition of the
treasury was not such as to justify the an
ticipation' of Interest on called bonds matur
fnj May 1. .
A tuemendous explosion occurred
ou the lot b in some of the Government olll
tcs at London, Eng., and it was generally
believed that au attempt bad been made to
blow up Parliament.
Efforts were boins made in the
British Parliament recently to cause the
Government to hasten measures for the re
covcry from the United Stales of the sur
phiB of tho Alabama award.
The ico was rapidly breaking up at
Davenport and Dubuque, Iowa, on the
JUth, owing to tho mild weather. The in
Cleat ions were that the river at those points
would be clear in a few days.
The ice in the Yellowstone River
Broke at Glendive, Minn., the other day
while a mail-carrier and two other men
were crossing, and when last seen they were
floating down the river on the ice.
Investigation on the lGth showed
Hiat the explosion at the Government ofliees
in London, Eng., occurred on the outside of
tho building and its effects very much re
senibled those of dynamite. No arrests had
A new telegraph company has been
formed In New York, the proprietors of
which profess an intention of building a
line from the city of New York tlirjugh
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois,
to Chicago. The capital stock is 25,000.
Documents had arrived at Paris,
Prance, on the 13th, it whs said, showing
that John Walsh, who was arrested at
Havre at the instanae of the llritisb Gov
ernment,, was not In Dublin at the time
the Phoenix Park murder was committed.
Island No. 64, located in the Missis
Jippi Uiver, forty -five miles south of Helena,
Ark., had been almost completely washed
away by tho flood on the 15:b. Reports
from all points on tho river below Vicks
uurg were of the most encouraging charac
ter. It was reported recently that Dr.Bed
tock, of Philadelphia, Pa., acting as agent of
Prlnco Bismarck, was negotiating for the
purchase of several million acres in Mexico,
for settlement by German emigrants. The
land selected was said to be rich iu ores and
Patrick Egan, Treasurer of the Irish
Land League, arrived in New York a few
days ago. He denied In specific terms the
assertion tlmt his departure from Dublin
was caused by fear that he would be con
nected in any way with the assassination
leaguo, but said he came to America on a
commercial errand and incldently to assist
Sheridan in the extradition proceedings
ponding against him.
Returns to the Department of Agri
culture of cotton sent to market from plan
tationi make the aggregate 5,900,000 hales
gone forward up to March 1. This is about
eighty-six and one third per cent, of the
crop as indicated by last roruriH of the pro
duct. The proportions by the States arc
North Carolina and Texas, So per cent.
South Carolina, 85; Georgia and Tennessee,
SO; Arkansas, 87; Louisiana, 88; Mississippi,
89: Alabama, 90; Florida, !)3.
A steadily declining river aud the
fast disappearing of t'ua backwater, in
the overflowed bottom lands was reported
by a dispatch from Memphis, Term., on the
18th. The river was within its bauks be
tween Memphis and Cairo, and was fast as
fuming, tho same condition between that
point and Helena, Ark., where the decline
bad been about two feet. Many farms
idoug the river between Memphis and Hel
ena that were under wateroue week ago
wife almost free.
riiliSOJiAL AND GOlilUL.
John W. Gale, lato Superintendent
of the St. Johnsbury (Vt.) Water-works,
lias been arrested on tile charge of defraud
ing the village.
A ki UK at lSaltimore, Md., the other
night destroyed the phospha'o works of
Howeu & C )., with contents, Including 1,000
tons of phosphate, ten tons of sulpher and
sixty tons of acid. The damage was esti
muleiU at 11,000 on buildings and machin
ery and tfau.OHO on stock. Partiully insured.
Father OWIallky, a well-known
priest of Oshkosh, Wis., published a card
the other day pronouncing the recent mar
riage of Mrs. MuCourt and Senator Tabor as
null and void.
It was reported lately that the cap
tain of the steamer Yazoo, roconlly sunk In
the Mississippi Uiver near Bonnet Carre,
La., involving tho loss of a number of lives,
was acting under an expired license, and
would be prosecuted.
Two boys, aed about sixteen, while
trying to cross the . river at Cincinnati, ().,
lately, were carried bv the wind aud cur
rent under a barge and drowned.
At Hartford, Conn., the house of two
maiden ladles named Judson was burned
the other morning and both ladles perished 1
iu the flames.
Recently submitted schedules of the
assignment of Hlcbaid Salenibier, of New
York, importer of laces, gave the liabilities
as $144,:!4ll; actual assets, M0.424.
It was said that the names of the four
Arkansas train robb rs were Monroe Md) n
ald, now wounded and in prison, and Jim
Herndon, Jim Johnson and Governor John
son, who were still at large on the loth.
Two bloodhounds had been pressed into the
service of the hunters.
William Henky and Ciesar Bright,
colored tenants on the Burbce plantation, in
Mississippi, were in a dug-out the other (lay
n route to the bouse of the owner for sup-
piles, wnen me uug-out capsized and the
former was drowned. Bright clung to the
edgo of the boat and was saved.
At Philadelphia, Pa., one hundred
and twonty-fivo operatives, in Greenlee &
Sons' cotton mills struck recently for an ad
vance in wages, and it was said were intim
idating men willing to take their places.
W.H. LrsoN, of Akron, has been
appointed and qualified Judge of the Ohio
Supreme Court, vice Chief Justice White,
Ds Lksseps, tho French engineer, has
gone to Tunis to direct surveys for the
flooding of the desert.
In Uniontown, Pa., the other evening,
the Jury which bad been trying Dukes for
the killing of A. C. Nutt, returned a ver
dict of acquittal. Citizens of the county
were very indignant.
Alexander Jefferson, colored, has
been found guilty of the murder of two col
ored people in Brooklyn, X. Y. Jefferson
fainted on hearing the verdict.
The Coroner's Jury in the cases of
Jlrs. and Miss Wakeman, suffocated at the
recent tiro in the Cambridge Flats in New
York City, censured the former owner of
the building and the Inspector who let it
pass when in course of erection.
The steamer Dora Cabler collided
with the Enquirer near Lewisport, lna., on
be Ohio River, the other night. The Cabler
sunk and burned to the boiler-dock. All
bands were saved.
The Rhode Island Republican State
Convention has nominated A. O. Bourne for
Governor and O. J. Itatbburu, for Lleuten
The Maine Legislature adjourned sine
die on the 15th.
The prohibition against importation
of American hog products into Germany has
been officially gazetted and made as sweep
ing as possible.
William Spraguk has. been nomi
nated for Governor of Rhode Island by the
Independent State Convention.
The circulation of a dangerous court
terfeit of the standard silver dollar in Ohio
and Indiana has been reported. ' It has tho
weight ami ring of the genuine coin, and
resists the acid test.
Three thousand weavers in the
Iluddersfield (Eiig.) District struck re
cently, owing to a disagreement with the
masters regarding wages.
General Crook has reported fifteen
Indians sick with small-pox near the At
lautlc & Pacific Railroad in Arizona.
The Garfield Memorial Hospital fund
lias received $2,335, through United States
Consul Dennv, from Shanghai.
An engineer was killed and several
persons were wounded by a collision ninety
miles cast of Knoxville, Tenn., a few days
Cushman, the forger who swindled
the philosophers of the Concord, (Mass.)
school last summer, has been sent to prison
for fivo years.
Judge Wilson C. Hoover, Associ
ate Justice of tho Supreme Qourt of Ari
zona, has been suspended under charges of
Spontaneous combustion caused the
tor warehouse and eight thousand bushels
of wheat th other night.
The question of a Miccossor to Treas
urer Giltillan has been settled by the pro
motion of Assistant Treasurer A. W. Wy
Patrick Egan was the recipient of
marked attentions from Irish sympathizers
In New York City on the 15th.
It was said lately that foreigners con
victed of implication in the recent riots were
to be expelled from France.
James Mullett, the informer, has
given information implicating Patrick Egan
and others in the Dublin (Ireland) murder
Louisville (Ky.) cigar-makwrs
threatened a strike recently unless their
wages were increased one dollar per thou
sand. It is rumorod that the Wabash sys
tem of railroads wi'l be leased to the Mis
souri Pacific or Iron Mountain in April.
The explosion of a lamp the other
night caused the burning of the Swedesford
Bridge, by which 'be Reading Railroad
crosses the Schuylkill Wer at Norrlstown,
The wholesale liquor firm of rfir
mann & Pfan, Cincinnati, O., have placed
their .Pairs iu the hands of trustees and
asked an extension of time. The liaMli iet
were estimated at $425, 00, sixty per cent,
of which was secured by whisky stock.
An increase of wages was lately
granted "the molders by the Pennsylvania
Hardware Company of Reading, Pa. The
Keystone Rolling-mill would atari again
A recent strike for an advance ir
the wages of tho helpers of the Poltstowu,
(P.i.) Iron Company threw 230 meu out of
The Director of the Russian Postal
service has been suspended from ufliee for
Bass Kavanauqh, a notorious des
perado, wanted for murder, has been cap
tured in Texas by a couple of Deputy United
States Marshals, who shot him through the
More than $5,000 was found in the
lodgings of a wretched old woman who died
tho other day after having sold newspapers
for half a century in New York.'
Dit. Forbfs, of the Jel'orsofi Medical
College, Philadelphia, I'm., has been ac
quitted of the charge of complicity with
The late Judge Taylor, of Newburg,
N. Y., did a heavy business in investing for
clients and his accounts the other day
showed a deficit estimated at tri!30,000,
caused by depreciation of real estate.
Samuel Ruth, defaulting cashier of
the Washington (Pit.) Savings Bank, hag
been found guilty of larceny.
Thomas Hodgson, a heavy produce
dealer, Is chargad with obtaining large ad
vances from the Bank of Montreal, Cana.,
under faNe pretense.
At an Italian christening in New York
City recently Frank Alberto bad bis head
uearly cut off with a razor and two other
guests were desperately stabbed.
At Bloomington, Inct., an alleged in
cendiary tlreoccurredtheotherday and four
men and a boy were crushed by a falling
A woman and child were fatally
burned nt Venice, O., recently by fire which
caught iu a kettle of boiling tar. At Bridge
port, Conn., a woman was burned to death
while at prayers.
A man named A. S. Hill went to Salt
Lake, Utah, some time ago and marriod a
widow. The other day tho officers wero
looking for him and 10,000 of his wife's
The Marion Trust Company of In
dianapolis, Ind., was placed in the bands of
Receiver recently, Its affairs having re
sulted disastrously to about 5.00D victims.
A Dallas (Tex.) physician, who
was fined for whipping the Postmaster, re
fused to pay a few days ago and was sent to
the rock pile to work out his fine with tho
Patrick McKinley, a Baltimore &
Ohio conductor, was killed near Salcmville,
O., recently, by being struck by a mall-
catcher while leaning from a car.
Alfred G. Packer, who murdered
Ave companions in the San Juan Mountains
during the winter of 1873 and then lived off
of their flesh, was taken to Denver, Colo.,
a few days ago and made a full confession of
his horrible crime.
A gas explosion in Appleton street,
Boston, Mass., the other morning, damaged
one buildipg and tore up the street. One
man was badly injured.
The trial of City Auditor Tli'il Hinklo
in the Circuit Court at. Louisville, Ky., on a
charge of forgery in connect inn with llio al
leged City Hull conspiracy in that place, has
resulted in a verdict of not guilty.
The ship Dunstaffnage was wrecked
on the Aberdeenshire coast the other day
and soma twenty lives were lost.
A fik at Hamilton, O., tho otht,
afternoon destroyed the distillery of the
Miami Distilling Company, owned bv Paul
son Caldwell, causing a loss of $100,000;
President Arthur the other dav
pardoned Murphy ami O'Leary, thiee-earu
montemen confined iu the Washington (D.
C.) Jail, on recommendation of the Citizens'
Committee, who wanted to use. them as wit
nesses in the cases of collusion bclweex
thieves and detectives.
LITE RETYS ITEE3.
A dispatch from VicK"burg, Miss.,
on the l!Mh, announced Unit me luzou
country, where the flood damugo was re
ported serious, was now safe.
It was reported on the 19th that two
of the Arkansas train robbers had Lewi cap
tured near Faye'tevilln by the Sheriff of
Franklin County, aud that they had made
Nine persons wero arrested at
Rheinis, France, on tho 19 h for inciting the
soldiery to blow up the public Imildlues.
. A RECFNr cable announced that Lady
Florence Dixie had been assaulted by two
men disguised as women, near Windsor
Eng., and that she had only been saved from
assassination by her St. Bernard dog
The corner-stone of a new American
Church was laid iu Dresden, Saxony, re
cently. A number of Communists held a
riotous meeting in Pans, France, a few
days ago. Revolutionary speeches wero
A court-martial has bcon ordered
to trv Commander Horace E. Mullin, who
had charge of tiic steamer Ashuelot when
she was lost on the coast of Ada.
The Now York Supreme Court has
contiuued the injunc.iun restraining tho
Manhattan Elevated Railroad Company
from carrying iuto effect the merger agree
ment. The French Chamber of Deputies has
adjourned for a month.
The Democratic caucus in Rhode
Island has instructed for William Sprague
Efforts were being made recently to
have the Arkansas Legislature extend the
time of tax payment to planters who had
lost heavily by the overflow.
Indian Agent Tufts, of the Musco
gee agency, has reported to the Secretary of
the tyterior that there was danger of a bat
tle between the opposing factions of the
Creek Indians, aud asked for troops to
The steamer Grand Isle, which took
the place of the steamer Y.izoo.sunk recent
ly near Bonnet Carre, L., with ttie loss of
twenty lives, was bnriied a few days ago,
together with her cargo of cotton, the total
los being $30,000; in-uranee, $10,000.
Indignation meetings were held at
several towns in the vicinity of Utiiontowii.
Ph., receitly, at whi.-h resolu'ions con
demnatory of the jury's verdict acquiring
N. S. Dukes for the murder of A. C. Null
D. J. Twomsy, a wholesale confee
tiouer of Denver, Colo., was standing at a
lunch-counter rating fish the other (lay,
when all of a midden be miiiioited symp
toms of bon-i Inking and fell to the floor,
expuing a few uii.iuiei later.
Treasury Circular Pehtlve to tho Now
WAfmiNiTroN, March VI
Tho Troaiury Depnrt'nenthas nvvlod copin
of tlo new Tariff net to ii'l V lloUors of (us
ro.'u to ether with instructions timts oilons
7 iind '." of the no! -wit! i?o Into effect nt
oni'u, ami apply to mi K0 9 n bunded
warehouse as wot! tis o i?n.v!a imported after
iuo d te of th' pa.-siijfo of tho act. So'tion
7 ropoids the duties on ohaiw heretofore
Billed in i.souit hi n',' tho (Vitinb'.e vnitpol
mere nnd!-o for 'lv purpose of nssesrn -nt of
r'.u ies Mh'-fcti n wi'l cruse a enn-tidcribtc
ii'dui tion in tbo amount of dut'n collected,
which reduction Is estimated 1 y some nt live
1 er rent i f the o itir.' nmoiint ooltneted.
Sc tlon I) of iho '1 urltr net ehimes tho m-n-nor
of iiHeer uti ?iB tl va'uo of inorchandiso
co:isl;riieil by manufiietinois n furoini court
t iu t Brents iu the United States, nn l for
which tliere Is ro forei rn market vnluo for
tho reason that t'ieg. o ls urn specially ninnu
rietur d t r sale. In the United Mntoa onK
Tlielii'.v ii aiiorl.rs the ii pniisinf oPlccr to
n-erfaln the iwt :m I viluo of tho nviter ul
o nrnHnq the more ha id so et the t mo uml
pin e of manufacture, together with tho ox-pen-ie
of manuliicturin prepnrlnjr and put
tiutr up tlvi mor "haudixo for ahipmonr. and
makes tho value so e.gertulnod the basis for
ass pamp il of dut es.
'ihe Hoctom of iho H"fiod Statu' ci ro
po',edbys. c,l'm7of tbo new Tnrl V lid' nro
BTti'ms 8,!K7 and :. (H, and section It oi tho
not to i in nd tie Oiistoms-revonuo laws and
to n;p.'!ii ibo Moeties net. m proved June 2:2,
!S7l. 1 h y nro ni iollows:
" Sect en 3, 07. In determining h" du'iiiblo
vel.m of mcie!mnilo there shall bi addol
to tbo cost or a?tnnt wholesalo pri o or tbo
gen :rd market vaiuc at tho Umoof exporta
tion In iho peine pd market i of the cii'-try
from v h nce, tho s inio has neon imported Into
t'io United 1 Idea tbo cost of trni spm tiukm,
shipment and trnndiipnionti with ad exp nscs
'tic ii led from tho pine of growth, produc
tion, or mnn::fiu tnro, whether by hurl or wa
tor, totho vessel in which tLo shipment li
madet'it'ie UnPel States; the vnluo of tho
sack, t ox, or covering of any kind in which
si ch nioroha-idiBf U contained: conrt is ion
nt tho us ml rates, t ut in n cae lrsi than two
anda-bair per cn .a-.d brokerage, export
duty an ' el' otror rotunl or usuiil i hnrgeg for
putting up, prep uimr and pa -k'lijf for trans
portiiti' n or shipment. All chitrces of ajren
orut chcricter Inr u red in tho purehao of a
ironcrnl invoice shall be distributed prorata
nraois a'l parts t,f sueh invoice; and every
part thereof cburgel with dutios.baied on
value Rha'l bo ndv meed a c. rdir to its pro
portion, and all wines or other articles paying
specific duties by grade i sh ill bo ara led a ul
pay duty ai:cordiiii to thi nctu.d vnluo so de
termined." Section 2,0s rO'iuir"S that "nil rd-litioni
made to the entered valim of mereand'so for
churg s shall regarded us pnrt of the actual
aluoof sn b mer h ndisic. und if mch addi
tion shidl f xeeo 1 by ten per cent, tho value do-
clnrolin the entry in addition to the duties
imposed by law there shall be roiioctod a duty
of twenty per cent, on such vnluo."
I ong conib'ng or enrpot woo's are in p-'irt
except-d. With th s oc?ption, however, the
operation of these prov'sions is uniform, and
extends to all imported goods on which duty is
Section H of t!io ltovonuo n't of Juno 52.
1S'.4, m ikes these provisions st'U more strict
by mrhor'zinyr tho collec'or, vhen the charges
arc omt'tcd In tho irivoi' o, to make, .his own
estimate of them and then collect the ''u'y
on tweo that (sUnm'cl nmiunt, All theo
prov sions have ct used lo bo law slnco tho id
A Burning Sli'?;;ing:-Car Narrow E
Fittshjkoii, Ta.. March 13.
The pn-ssnnpers occupying one of the Pull
iiinn 8 e pors drawn by tho Western express,
on tho T'onnsylrnnia Hnilr nd, had a thr l'pict
experience et Wllmoro Stiiien. a few ml a
thissl-.io of Altootia, fhor'ly a tor fivo o'eb c1;
th" mo'.ning. r' hetrn;" hid paused Orosson,
end wis nonri'ig Wdinoo, wilh nil abonrl
obliv oils of their danger, wien a tiny tongue
rflhino shot out trim wining tho curtu n
no 'r tho end o tho rcr a , rndually but
sur' !y developing into an alarm ng bln'.o.
A esi ipgcr in bor h No 1, Mr Pallorn, of
B:i timore, who was not sleeping very honvily
r.t tho time, wns orouscd by the smell of the
burning tapestry, and an instil it Inter ho
ppr-'ng out o:. his berth, fully alert to iho peril
( f 'he moment, and gavo the nlrrtn. Imme
diately nil was conf'ision, and thj occupants
of th" berths jumped ouf to find the o r en
veloped in I'n'iio. A I'o'en pcrso is ran to tho
doors, but finding the train st ll in motion
pulled tho bell cord. Ow'ng to tlierijjht signal
n tbe.n rg von, however, thocnglnci r p.iid no
attention to It i:nt 1 t had been pulled soveial
times. In the m-antline th wildest cxoiK-
lii nt prevnl o '. and the pasioiigers ran 1:1. hor
and thitho.', not knowing w hat to do. 8"ver d
ludi s 'nlnied, and a number wero with dilll
culty provonto 1 from Jumping o'v.
The train was finally brought to a stand still,
and tho occupants of tho car rushed out. tromo
of thorn were in thoirn'ght-clothos, while ottv
ors fl'io, ceded in saving enough of their ef
fects to innko themselves appear rosp 'ctnblo.
Tho flro Hr.d not been discoveroi a moment
too scon, ns by the time tho trn'n stopped a:id
tLo oeoupa'its of the burning cur had escape 1,
tho whol;; sleeper was one mass of tinme, and
ins'iio of twenty miuutos was a heap of smoul
Of tho twenty-six passengers who had occu
pied the burned ear, twenty woro gentlemen,
four wero ladies, and tlieot hoi's wero children.
Fortunately none of them were injured. As
they steppud from tho train they presented u
motley appearance. f?o:no of th.'in woro
wrappo 1 in blankets; others wero without
bats and bonnets, and still others bad no shoes.
Among tho passongers wero Gonoral-t'ension-.Agent
Dudley, Colonel Benjamin Wilson, an
ex-Cong. pssman of West Virginia; Gunernl
Ca kins, of Indiana; Colonel Davidson, of
Beaver, Pa.; and Colonel Porter, Postmaster
of Ci nnellsville, Pa.
The make-up of a number of the gentlemen
was ludicrous. Colonol Porter had on ono
boot and ono slipper, and was hailess. Colonol
Davidson had his head done up in a newspa
per, while Colonol Ben Wilson, atHrod in a
blanket and bare-headed, lookod for all tho
world like an Indian chief on a foraging expe
dit'on. General Dudley lg oid to have been
the coolest person on tho car, aud by his wise
counsel did much to allay the fears of tho la
dies nnd children. x
The tiro originated in the rearof tho car, and
Is supposi d to have been caused cither by the
overturning of a lamp or fron the stove. Con
ductor Hirry Hawkins, who was in charge of
the sleeper, did all In his power to atd tho pass
( n fors to escape, and was the last man to leave
the burn'ng car.
Tho loss can not ho approximated. The
Pullman Company estimate their share at
about 20,000. The loss to tho posengers was
corBiderable in clothing, watches and Jewelry.
?i me of them also lost considerablo sums of
money. Cp'in their arrival here tho unfortu
nate wero kindly cared for, and were soon put
in presentabie condition.
A car In tho middle of. a freizht-traln, on
tiic Rr-me, Watertonn & Ogdensbnrg RaO-
av, jmnpcf the track a few days ago, but
;einalned upright sud rolled ah n? tor three
Tiilvs, even safely erossiu'r a long bridge, till
A lams. N. Y., was reached, when the condi-li-iii
of ."Tiirs was discovered. Ties, epike-h'-ads
aud fit h p'ates Wore damaged to a great
K. T. IT t'BBARn, a lawyer of Lynchburg,
Ya., was arretted reeenlly for proi-osing to
f jht a duel w.th L 8. M-trye, of the Advane
iji I he ofiiceia failed to fiuil the latter.
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eight letter-stamps. Send for circular. I. 8. JOHNSON & CO., IIOSTON. MASS.
Nenralfiia, tnllilenza, Sere Lu up., HleediiiK M the I.nnfS. t'hronlc lloanpnpin. Uncking f 'nimh. Whonpini! C'eus!i,
Cl'.riiiiic Uhcuinatism, Chrnnie DiHrrha-n, (,'hronlc Dysentery, cholem Morhiis, Kijin-y TnnU)li-, liisemes ul tho
Spine and Lamo Unci. Sold evorywhero. Send for pamptilct to I. .1. Jmiinsok it Co., I'.ostun, Jis3.
An English Veterinary Surseon aniK'lic-inlst. I
now travellni! In this cntmtry, nays thnt most I
oi tne norse ana came l-owcern soia iipreya--- ,
are worihless tnih. lie says that Sheridan's ' 5i I
I'otidition Powders are nhsolutelv mire and
Immensely valuable. Nothing on earth will make hens lay like Sheridan's Condition I'owdern, J)ne, 1 teoip'n
nn to 1 Dint tiiou. Sold overy where, or sent by mall lor 8 letter-stamps. L 6. Jooiison & Co., Boston, AUhS
E. H. BOOTH,
LAND AGENT & SUHVEYOS,
Exaniiues nnd makes AbstnieUof Titles, Pays
Taxes. &p. l'anies owiing lauds in Jiorgiui anJ
ndjoiiiiiig eoniiiies would do well to coitter with
Non -Resident iV oticc.
In the Chancery Court at Jamedown.Tei.n.
Petition for Partition.
James Paul et alu. vs. Winny Wood ct als.
In tins cause it appearing from complainant's
bill, which is sworn to, thnt the respondents
Dudley Wood, .Mary ,. Wood, I.anglnnl,
VblL'.ltl i.angforil, I.nu Ann Wood. Mutilda
Wood and Jouathan Wood ure tton-resi e its of
the State of 'lentics-.ee, so that the ordinary
process of law cannot be served on tliei.i.
It is therefore ordered bv the Clerk nml
Master that th s.'id non-risiilents be required
to appear before the Chancery Court at James
town, 'lean., on or before the first Monday
after the fourth Monday iu July, 1883, anil
make defense to said I LI, or the same will be
taken for confessed, and thecauso set for hcur-
i i,' ct pnrte as to them. -
It is lurtlier ordered that this notice be
piibli lasl for four consecutive wceki in the
Plateau Gazette, a newspaper, pullislied in
This lGth dav of March, 1SS3.
S V. Bowi.kn, C. & M.
FISHER'S REAL ESTATE
F, C. Fisher in announcing that he is pre
pared to undertake the renting:, (lie sale, anil
t lie purchase oi house property and farmlands
in and around Ruliy would assure those
lailies and gentlemen who may intrust him
with commissions, that every care anil prompt
attention will be given to nil their require
ments. All transactions will be under his
Houses and farms for rent.
Town lots and fui ivs for snip.
Lands suitable for vineyards, orchards and
New lands laid out and prepared for farms.
Contracts made for clearing, fencing and
Intending settlers assisted iu the choice of
(arms and building sites.
F. C. Fisher, at the present time, has
some real bargains in farminy lamh.
First-classs English anil Canadian references
given as to reliability, etc.
Rugby Reference Rohkrt Walton, Esqu.,
.Representative of the Hoard of Aid, etc.
FISHER'S REAL ESTATE AND COM
MISSION AGENCY OFFICE,
CENTRAL AVENUE, RUGBY,
MORGAN CO., TESOSEE.
!3 A, SURE CyPiE
for all diaeascc of the Kidneys and
It. has speoiflo action on this most Important
organ, enabling it to throw oft torpidity and
inaction, stimulating tho healthy eecwtlonof !
tho Bilo, and by keeping tho botvola in froo ,
condition, enecrlng its regular discharge. j
El!Hliiw!c ItyouRrotufferingfrom i
SiaUlaif lam maliuria, have tho chilii,
are bilious, dyopeptic.oroonatipBted.Kiiicy- j
V7oi-t will suroly relieve ond quicMy cure. - !
In the Kpring toelenmetheByetem, every
one should tako n thorough oouise of it. ,
U- SOLDCVDRUOfilT8. Prlf !?(.'
FANCY & JOB
CROUP, ASTHMA, EJRCMCH1TI3.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LIN1 M ICNT w ill iasUn-tan-ouMy
relieve these u rriWe lilvcases, Khd will pntttivelv
cure nin'o enses out of ten. 1 nierin.itli m thnt will ant a
nmtiy live sent free by mKi!. I 'ou t delay a uuuneiil.
i rrwciitloii is Diitter tnan earn.
(for Internal onrf Ex
ternal Tie). t'l'Kl.jt
DRUQ STOFt BUG BY,
A Select St. ck of
Chosen with the ides of supplying, at the
lowest LAsu Pricks, tl.e best articles.
Fancy Golden Rin Coffee, 'Aic. per It..: English
lire ikfast Tea, 50c. per lb.; the celebrated
Ile-no Tea, $1 per fiv; l ine Imp rial
'lea, 11 p;-r tti.; Superior (niu
pnwiler Tea. 5fic. per Hi.;
llaker's llreak fast Cocoa
35c. per tin.
Condensed Milk. Eagle 2'.'c. per tin, Swiss 20c.
per tin. ; Pure London Marmalade and
Jains. .'Hie. per pot; Quart bottles of
Crosi and lilackwall's Pickles,
75c. each ; Lea and Pcrrin's
Sauce, 30c. per bottle.
Sultana Raisins (clean). IMie. per lb.; Best
Kaisins, very hue, c. per lb.; Select
ZaMc Currants 11c. per lb j Fine
Figs, 3'Jc. per th.; ( latincal. 7c.
per lb.; Ji ice. 10c. per lb.;
(round Rice 2(Jc. a lb.
Royal Raking Powder, 25c. and 18c. per tin.
P. .re lioine-Made Unking Powder,
10c. p r lb.
English Sugar-cured liicnkfast Bacon, 20c.
P'.-r 11). ; Proctor and Gamble's German
Household Soap, 7c. per lb.; Water
hite Coal wii, .Hie. per gallon ;
Matches, etc., etc., etc., etc.
TERMS STRICTLY CASK.
I am prepared to supply all sorts of
(White Oak and Yollow Pine), delivered on any
lot in Rugby at to ipll jier thousand.
Orders willbo executed iu rotation us booked.
The Brown House. lluyhij, Tenn.
P0TBURY & MILLER.
In every Branch of the Trade,
Dread of all kinds baked and delivered
daihj. ilerials of the lest
quality only used.
jgp?j3 A week made at home by tho
before the public. Capital not
needed. We will start vou.
Men, women, boys and girs wanted everywhere
to work for us, Now is the time. Vou can
work in spare time, or give your whole tune to
the business. No other business will pay ou
nearly as well. No one can fail to make
enormous pay, by engaging at once. Costly
outfit and terms free. Money made fast,
easily, and honorably. Address Tkue Sc Co.,
PERMANENTLY CURED NO - HUM
rUK rv one Month's usahe of lilt.
GOULARD'S Cci-FBit ATEn In pallium; Fit
Powdkks. To convince sufferers that these
Powders will do all we claim for them, we will
send them by mail, mst paid, A Fkkk Tkial
Box. As lir. Goulard is tho only Physic-inn
that has ever made this disease a special study,
and as to our knowledge thousands have been
permanently cured by the usu of these row-
DK1IB, We will GL'AKANTEK A PERMANENT CL'RE
in every case nit iikfonh tou ai l monkv kx
PKNiiEU. All sufferers should give these
Powders an early trial, and be convinced of
their curative powers.
Price, for large Box, $3.0(1. or 1 llnxes for
10.00. Sent by mail to any part of tlio
United Slates or Canada on receipt of price,
or by express CO. l. Address.
ASH & ROBDINS,
CCO Fulton St., Brooklyn, 1T.Y.
All sufferers fuoni this disease that nro
anxious to lie cured should trv IK. KISS
N Klt'S CELEP.KATKD CONSUMPTION
POWDERS. These Powders are the only
preparation known that will cure Consumption
and all diseases ot the I'll OAT ami LUNGS
indeed, so strong is our faith iu them, and
also to convince you that tin y re no humbug,
we will forward to every sufferer, by mail,
post paid, a Frkb Trial liox.
V, e don't went your money until you are
perfectly satisfied ol their rurutivc powers. If
vour life i worth saving, don't deUy in giving
these POWDERS a trial, as they will surely
Price, for large 15x, $3.00, or 1 Iloxes l'.:r
$10.00. -Srtit to any part .f the l'inlr.1
Mates or Canada, by mail, on rccvij t ol price.
ASH & BOBBINS.
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