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J. W. Giles, Editor & Proprietor.
Saturday, Feb. 21. 1891.
The "News" is published every Saturday
at the Publishing Office, Central Aveuuc
Rugby, Morgan County, Tenn.
This paper is entered at the Post-office at
Rugby, Tenn. as second-class mail natter.
County and General Intelligence from the
whole District and notices of local events will
le thankfully received.
Correspondence on topics of interest is in
vited. The name and address of tbe writer
must accompany all communications, if for
Get your shooting irons ready;
the season for Spring Poets is al
most upon ns.
In darkest Congress The corn
ers frequented by the lobbyists and
the Congressmen whose souls and
votes have been bartered for a mess
Lent cancels social debts, but it !
,i ., . . ;
doesn t pay the paper man and the ;
printer, therefore please remember 1
that it doesnft cancel overdue news- i
It would be perfectly safe to off. r
a valuable prize for a valid reasuu
against electing United States Sen
ators by direct vote of the people.
There are no such reasons.
To the gentlemen who are trying
to muddle the silver pool investiga
tion at Washington: Truth is might)
and will in the end prevail, and
when it does Woe unto those who
tried to smother it.
Ifie farmers of the country never,
ucw uuui mis winter now many
friends they had among the most
prominent men in both political
parties, but talk is cheap, and the
i.. ...in iL' i
farmers require something
Tne democratic leaders have em- j
barked in the letter-writing busi .
ness. It is an extren'ely dangerous i
occupation for a politician to en-!
gage in, as the past has fully dem j
ostrated. But it always has been, !
and probably always will be difficult
to persuade a man to profit by the
experience ot others; he must go
through the mill himself. Well,
it's net our funeral any way.
Governor Northern, of Georgia
V8 right in refusing to take au
official part in receiving Jay Gould
because he considered Mr. Gould's
visit to his state as being made in
his own interest, without regard to
the interests ot the masses of the
state; but if the governor has any
financial irons in the fire he would
better be very careful; Gould is -a
tmuiuuve man ana ,wil stop at
nothing to get even with those who
dare to cross his path.
mi . .
xnose statesmen who say that
the ideas advanced by the Farmers
Alliance will soon blow over seem
to be hitting very near the bull's
cje of truth. Those ideas are be
ing blown all over the country on
every passing breeze, and the breez
es threaten to become cyclones by
the time some of the scoffers are
ready to stand up for re-election.
The fate of Senator Ingalls should
be most carefully considered by
public men, and the rocks upon
which his Senatorial sail went to
pieces should be conspicously 're
marked upon the navigation c"hart
mm Jkt.aAAMA TMk
Sne Keareargo steamed aray a aan
Cat antil aboat nine or ten xailen fro
Ca breakwater, when aha veereoV ana
fended dbwt tat the Alabama, - Thn
lopped the chaff the bora had bee
faaiing around about hat having weak
aned and tamed toil and each cm
Ksned t realise at laat thai this was to
be bo ehild'i play. By thia time about
three milea Intervened between the bel
ligerents, which was rapidly being de
areaeed, When within about a mile
and a quarter from the Keaiwrge the
Alabama veered, presenting her star
board broadside, and opened the ball
by firing her 110-poonder rifled pivot at
as elevation for 2,000 yards range, fol
lowed almost simultaneously by a whoto
aweadsjde. The guns were worked and
served with the utmost rapidity, and in
lew minutes another broadside waa
eared in, whan tfce Kearsarge, being
by this time abol 800 yards distant,
presented her starboard battery and thf
icing became general. The spirit ai
mange had begun to animate tbe crew,
and the desire to be the mppsf dog in
tbe fight stirred each man to emulation.
i m. iow wuwwuaniMwu, waw mw
B V 4..' J. J L. at- v.
! large, under ion aeaa of steam, sorgai
: thead, steering jo as to pass the Ala
j name's stern -nd rake her for and aft,
-a i- A .v. -v-T
ansana hw gvi arvsnwu aarvsn aaaaaa BBBvnv mmmjmw
j This maneuver was checkmated by I
I fort helm, causing both vessels to atom
" drolo ollia n
neuter, distant from each other abort
continued with unabated vigor. Tha
direotness of tha flre from t
i JLearsargc now began to be lelt. Tna
aleven-inch shells poured into the Or.
fated Alabama with siokaniag regularity
and precision, dealing death md
BTUCtion on every hand. GranS wtgy The Worklngman Nnat Ant Independent ol
tismounted and thi: craws deoimatad ' the oid Parti...
s, - . ... . . 17 i Under a government based on pop-
fcyasinglsshot Early m the action uiar raffr4 the ultimate ropJnX
hell struck the blade of the fan, binakM bility for every abuse reBts with the
tng it short off and injuring tharnddssV individual citizen. It is neither just nor
Anothet landed la tbe engine-roosa mi asonable for workingmen to blame
tote thing, pji to pieoea. dftmMrtnf tttemployers' Pitttllta or legislators for
Od nsoding the stoke-hol with boiling
On the dean the ntcaystil m ns nuw
taring. Men dropped dead, emt b
inain by .hot andshelLhTS eh
fl7in "Tlintors, ingl4 vift
sna mattered curses ol the seamen sasf
the hoarse orders of fBttnen and oflswTlb
aw lUaO Sir. Kail had fin and fontacW
nils hoisted and attempted to standn)
. , . .. , . ,r . . ,
lavard snore, distant ny this time abont
ve milea. Thia was prevented by hnf
npponent ranging np and pouring It fj
innking lira of shot and shell Want
passed alt alntoat immediately that
the Terael was sinhiag, whereupon a flag
tt trnoe was suapendad from the quarts?
nnd the new oflaer, tkaelair, sent in n
boat to surrender the veeseL Darins
- w - wr -
A. . 1 a. U . .a . an'
nations made to desert the doomed
sal Before they could hs prfintaX
however, she settled by the stem, bjt
bead rising high on at the water. Ibn
anainmast, which had been already bas
(y shattered by the firing, went by Chi
beard, and a fev seeonds sufficed to nv
Calf the shattered hulk of the lntf
seourgeof the seas. Straggling la I3afl
vortex ware many ot tna srev, and tag
efforts of Bsnolair, who hadreoeived par
laisaion from Gapi Wiaslow to retunt
and iwsona ti survivors, vera soon abby
aaeonded by the boats of the DeerhounsV
two cutters from the Isntaarga and taw
sTrench pika-boass, who wen neat tat
apoi Tna whsle-oeat aad dingy at tfa
Alabama, with the boats at the1 Deaa
boand, well freighted, made quickly tat
fee yaoht, whioh inusodiately atoamai
te the northward, bearing safely away
bam captivity Oast. Bemmes and a ma.
(ority ot his "beet bowers," whCefha
utters tramferred their eargoes to tnt
Kearsarge. One pilot-boat turned over
those she had rescued to the Kame sh4
taring care, while thAoChei stood in fc
shore and aided in the esjspe of those
who were lucky enough to get on boai4
at her. The Kearsarge picked np an
to her deoka a totsi
and tixty-thiM men, an
me Deerhouud, reaohed rkaiawi
witb thirteen ot his oOoers and mm
thirty of hia crew and patty (Cacx
CVa pilot boat landed qaite a utsXsx
Da. Ackkk's English Tills! .
Are active, effective and pure 1 01
sick headache, disordered stoumtlj
loss of appetite, bad comrjlexovi .'
biliousness, ihey have never bwn
equaled, either in America i
abroad. Mrs. J. A. Dimlin j.
NEWS OF THE MOVEMINT.
Government XtUcrimlnatloa, la raver of
National Banks BotSk Orhnlaal aad Dto
rraeernl. In the report of the Comptroller of
the Currency it is stated that there are
In the United States 8,567 National
banks, witli an average capital of SflSQ,
447,285, surplus 9918,668,895 and undi
vided profits $97,006,636. It must be)
borne in mind that every dollar of this'
vast amount of money is the legitimate
property of the people, and that by
giving it to the above institutions the
I act is equal in criminality to that of the
highway robbers when he halts the
citizen and ordering him to throw up
his hands goes through his pockets at
the point of the pistol. Nay, worse; for
the highwayman does not ask that he
be paid for the trouble of rob
bing the citizen; the National banker
does; he asks that he be paid inter
est on on the amount of security
he deposits with the Government for
the trouble of rifling the pockets
!of his fellow-citizens in the difference
between one per cent and five per
cent, or, in other words, the difference
between the amount of interest uald to
., ...... .
me .national Danica dv me people xor
tne use ox weir own money, and that
which they would taree to pay the Gov-
ernment for the same privilege. Bob-
ry Caa "J one conceive of a greater
crime against a generous and confiding
people priding themselves on being a
commonwealth? Nice business thia for
a Government presuming to guide the
destinies of 69,000,000 of peoplel Not to
speak it profanely, one would thinh
that in this larceny as it deserves tc
be characterized "somebody eats part
of the hog," and who would that some
body be but to their eternal, shame
the Government officials themselves!
THE VOTER RESPONSIBLE.
re doing their utmost to change that
pystem. It is especislly unfair to chanre
V1 uditklans with maintaining unjust
V ontmuing to vote for the
fc 5ft T?
representoUves of the people for doing
exsetiy what ! they are elected to
,,.e;etii!ig parties do noj bh
rwiorm aeep-BB.ta svduwb or so
and labor. Kof long as workingmen
cnoOBe te stand on their platforms and
vote for their candidates, it is both illo?-
oa ad imprudent for them afterward
turn round and find fault with poll
wcmui niw in vdlj carrying; ovn am
iandate of their conatltuenta. If the ,
r&sases of the people would only be true ;
fp themselvea, they would soon make
an end of usury, rent, profit and all
other forma of exploitation. But it U
i i i il. ... .
.' system nnui they UMmseurea nave the
. w .
courage of their oonrlotians.--Journa
f Knights of Labor.
DA E. PINKHAM'S
A 8ie Cava ftr mB natAUl TTKAK
MlsWSSb IaelsklUas Iearrkaw, If
arJww aad TJlearautesi mt
S'. She Waeaa, mihmt WO
- IB Wnaawi totbeUMa, eaeaeleaa awd bvaieSIa
tr, Ita effaet BkaaTeasbelpki jwatwaatr, and as
rarsiciinnsn aniaisxamt rt vausT,
tVoa AUWBaxnsen of niiaeaeiaMii srtao
or either z.tt bseeeai tea reaaedy Iter tee eree
rleea Before the paMlei aad for aU itli ef the
UTaUDNKT COMriOIKTS etfMaew Sea
Vkai GreaU neilefiai Its) Cae.
tTBU B.lTKaAH'S ntVMS rtTUTIkS
tll nadlsaas avar aatlM W llainra fraan (ha
Blond, at ike suae tae wffll &n tea and atnoeOita
laeernaB. Aaaaarraiioaaiaiawiiaiaaiaai iiainiiiiii
arBoththeOoepoaaiiS B3oedIWrHUa as jre-
aand at SB aad SB Wastes Aeeaaa, Iaa,
rrleaef either, L BkotaarS, The
m br MO la the lem ef !), ar f
raarlpt ofprteSlBerheifoe etthar. Kn. RaklMai
fieely aaewers aB Mtan ef h-jntar. aMeaaSeesa
sioa, SaaSfetfsaaBhlia BaaUaW MaeikfM
rp-i.TBU a. FOTasusni uemtfuas earn Coi
on. BiUwaaiw aa TarpMttr ef She liver. SI
$Hwman caWhcaith or wwA
OmiwrHizcwinn the host ey
"Seeing is Believing."
Aad the best lame
ever made, tike Alad
din's of old, "a woo
derfallaoipt" A lamp
explosive and an
fivaa a clear, aoft.
of 85 candU wtrt
Purer and brighter
than gat lliht, softer
man electric ngnt,
mora cheerful than
oithe-l That lamp ia
And with It there Is no amoke, no smell,
no hntktu eMmwv.no Hickerine, no sweating;,
no climbing- up of the flame, no "tantrums'
nor annoyance of any kind, and it never
needa trimming, Ita fount (oil reaervoirs)
being tough rolled aeamless braea, with cen
tral draft, it ia absolutely unbreakable,
and as taft ut a ItUlmg nimtu.
Only five years old and intr 1m tnUlion rf
Vim am; In vu. It must be a GOOD leans to
make auch a telling eucceea. Indeed it Is.
for lamps may coma and lamps may go, but
the "Rochcater" shines on forever! Wt
make over 1,000 artistic varieties, Hanging J
and Table Lamps, Banquet, 8tudy, Vaae and J
Piano Lamps-every kind, in Bronie, For
celain.Brttes, Nickel and Black Wrought Iron.
Ask tbe lamp dealer for it. Look for tbe
trede-mark stamp: "Tub RocnwTB." If be
hasn't thofffiwiw Rochester and the atyle you
want, or ii no lamp-store ia near, aend to ub
for free illustrated catalorua (end reduced
price -Hit), and we will box and send you any
lamp safely by rspreea, right to your door.
SOCOKSTXa LAMr CO
49 Park Plaee. Mow York.
tfonuKetiwere, and Kit Oumtrt ofRochnUrPatmU.
im lAfqui jamp awn m int wona
aicbt; iteaM u if pia-worm were crawling abont
tbarecraa;theriTate parts are often affected. Asa
Bjeaaaat, eoooiakal aad pMitire can, Swatmb's
OiMTMBaT at eoptfior to any article in the starket
;Mar bp in kB tka
a r etalM el
Omt noMtM aw bw
w aaa m
Trt a tanij that hu nnt I
n MCI BM
MAm witb MWntka to ku
m. ar mum bub m !...
Imrill tkTW Mi mnk.
ntoratoMM aaaketlu rpa-
HARatlt REMEDY GOH WTt Chassits,
SOW lortk lOtk Si, t. Loafs, Ke.
ph anTnTsuTHist. Mi t sosira.lSi 9 woamll
nail-gels u wmr, i
rOX THE PERMANENT CURE OFU
.-I ire ettepdlesws is so wetaleat In ttfani
irr m OanatlpaUon, aad m raacady haaarerl
Mqaaltod the celebrated Eidoey-Wart ee
C ta. n..itK.. TTffnnl
wthe osm, t&is rBaMVwlUTereoaxett.
EBB I ITn van dUtaeaabir ram.
rlhljtfl TJlalnt ia mn am fctU
oomsUaatad with oonatl nation. Zldn.V7'wt
tarunBthene the weakened nuta and aniakiv
Moaiee all ktndaef poaa mi wham phnleiaai
aiana rocniain am Deioveiauea.
ntt trif roahanre either of theMwoubUs
Maey fears practice hsva iriven C. A. Snaw
it Co., Solicitors at Psteatt st Washington,
m, v., uiaui uasacu aucca ia wiBining pat
ente Isr all classes of jpvention. 1'bsy make
a specialty of rejected rases, and have secured
allowaaoB of many patents that had been pre
V oastj rejected. Their advertisement iu an
ther eitiuaa will be of interest to inventors.
p tcatces. manursctUt ers, and all whs have to
o with patents.
! fcmss, eootalnlDff a
JTl r eoeaplete aaaortmeot
fsMs, Mhs, Isea;
Seea rraE Ym
Vtaas. SSrahs aad
Treat ta eelUratloai,
will be saalled fi
Stock; leweet astssa,
I S Itum, vwiBViLLa, rt.
I Remedy niciiAt Diseases)
ITITTW. ITCH SORES. PIMR.E3.
, f imvetmDXTOrrx
' 1 J ?IJ!3iefcSSj
1 IJf frm MibM iiym
I I ttw. torn v tAl.-
m.w r !ly. The
IV WW 111 wknt
rAwstAuau a s iim m
Founded in 1880 Las mauy advantages, m
A Good Hotel, two organized Church. '
Ep s o. a ami Congregational, r ublic libra, v
with 6,000 volumns, Alesonic Lodge two
General Stores, l.very Stable. Weeklv
jT v,T ' ' un,c "ab three mails per
day. lhe town is seven milo
Road, s station on th ( M a ...
aud is besutifullj laid out aud'pi turesquefy
situated between tbe Cle..r r ork and Whita
All bealth seekers, whether from 'orthoro
or Southern Stales, should try the eliinata f
the Tableland. Tbecllmate of i IS. '
is s double one, resulting from Utitude and
elevation. Tbe air is pure and iovijjoratin.
Uiemcan summer temperature is Ti del
Fahr..audin wiuter 37 deg. Fahr. t
uights are always cool and refreshing.
The whole of the Cumberland Pu..
underlaid by coal, Tbe upp, r measures onlt
nare as yet been worked. The lower measure.
hae beeu opened by test workings only, and
show s five feet vein which eitends under
Rugby st depth of about 4U0 feet. The Jit
trict is also underlaid by oil bearing sands
anu vneso neus on t&eir western outcrop show
unmistakable evidences of petroleum.
Tbe country is well timbered. The princi
pal varieties are Pines white aud yellow
Oaks white, black, red, yellow, spotted'
chestuut and post; Hii-kory and Chestnut.
The soil is a sand; lonm upon a mulatto
clay subsoil. It is light, friable, holds ma
nure and is easily cultivated.
Vegetsbles 'grow abundantly. The Irish
potatoes are unexct lled by any grown in A
merjea. Corn, wheat and ry F well, though
this is not claimed as a graiu growing soil,
Tobacco, Sorphum, Hops and nearly all
tbe grasses do well.
Apples and nearly all of the small fruit
Stock and abecp raising are easily aud
cheaply carried mi and pay well.
Rugby lias an excellent public school.
The free sehool system of tbe stale provides.
a term cf live months in everv district.
Land can be bought for from ftl.OO to
$10.00 per acre.
A. J. YOUNG,
J. W. GILES,
Farms bought and sold.
RUGBY, MORGAN COUNTY, TENN.
a " I
StyIaNa.4. f) J
V aisiPLe j '
Kew improved hl& arm, aew Bwchaateal prmetBtat
and rotarr moTeSMBle, antomatle, direct aad pert c
actloB, ejllBder ahattie, eelf-eetthiB aeedla, poalttvei
feed, ao eprlniis. few parte, nlnhnom wdeht, ae
Metloti, ao ootoe, ao wear, ao f ettirae, no teetrama,
eapaetty aallmlted, always la order, rtehly enaiMat
ed. elcfcel plated, aad gives perttet aatUfactloa. Scad
TEE 11ERT SEWHG UCHIIE 1GEICT,
11 Chaatbara BU,
O. Boa lOOt 2TMW XOXM OI7S