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The Morristown Gazette.
Pi:Hl.ISHEU BY
P. & O. E. SP'ECK.
terms:
YBAU, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE.
Si A
Miscellaneous Cards.
4. COOTK.
-
W. VA! Hl'f
COOTER
DEALERS IN
General Merchandise,
Bid? Bcnft, Hammen County, Tenn.
PKODTTCE TAKES IN EXCHANGE FOB GOODS.
SALT ALWAYS KEPT ON HAND. UyS-ly
TiESPEttAN 1)1 EL. JT. J&VBKAXVIEV.
ESPERANMEU & CO.,
CIGAR MANUFACTURERS,
KNOXVILLE, TENN.
"Prompt attention paid t Orders, and satisfaction
guaranteed as to (piauty of goods and prices.
Oar Cigars can be purchased, at ruanufacturer'a
prices, from Dr. O. T. Majee, aforristowc.
P. L. DAVIES & EEO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WatGiGs, Jewelry, Diaionis
AND
Sterling Silver-ware,
CORNER CHURCH AND SUMMER ST.
NASHVILLE, TENN.
Lewis & Jackson,
8CCCKSSOBS TO ITASS k 1(WU,
R DEALERS IN
Boot, Shoes,
HATS, CAPS,
Furs, franks, Traveling Bags,
FURNISHING GOODS, fee.
No. 61 fiay Street, next door to J. 1. IUj Ts.
Dcrr Liu.
A. G. Jackson.
Kuoxville, Tenn.
a. J. DONALDSON.
MRS. K. I. HATXIF.
DONALDSON & HAYNIE,
Dressmakers & Milliners,
MAIN STREET,
(First door west of the Steam Mill,)
MOJiRIS I OWN, TENN.
Tl TOV LD Respectfully announce to tiie Ladies of I
V v Morristown and vicluity that they have or.eii-il ,
an e..ia!jiisiui.ti'. for t 'ic pui i se of carrying on tue
Millinery and Dressmakiiig Bosiuess
In all its branches',, and solicit a share of their pat
ronags, pli-dgLL crur best efiorte to render entire
satisfaction. oct9.
BiijxfflSj W&m and Straw Goods.
assess'
ALSO
Wlito Goii EmMsries, k
ARMSTRONG, CA.OR k CO.,
Importers, Manufacturers and Jobbers
Rennet, TrlwnlRK, Neck and SaaH KlUbons
VELVET RIBBONS, NECK TIES,
Bonnet isilus, Satins, Velvets trapes,
Fiwers, Feailiers, OiD,iir,en!s. Frames, U.
Straw Bonnets and Ladies and Children's Hats,
IHIMMEB AND UNTBIMMKD.
AXD IN CONNECTING WAUEBOOMR
White Ms, Liaeus, Embroideries,
Laces, Nets, Collars, Setts, Handkerchiefs, Veiling,
Head Nets &c, Ac.
'. 23" & 23 Baltimore street, Baltimore, ltd.
These goods are manufactured by u or bought
for Cash Jirei tly from tbe European and American
Manufacturer, embracing all tbe latest novelties
iraeqnaled In variety and cheapness in any market.
Orders filled with care, promptness ana despatch.
Hit III.'. a
- W. McCrary,
Two doors East of E. T., Va. & G. B. B. Depotr
MORRISTOWN, TENN.
DEALER IH
family Groceries, Oenfeclioneries, Fancy Goods,
Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods,
Ladies' Bonnets, mils, and Millinery Goods.
ITOVLD respectfully solicit a call from his friends
" ad the public generally, aud by selling at a fair
frier, hopes to receive a share of the public pat
ronage. Give me a trial. apr!7-ly.
J . C O O L E Y
Carpenter anft BnMer,
M CHRIST () W N
T I-: N N
rWINO to Mr. Cook's bad health, and his wish
to attend the spring this summer, Cooley &
Cook have dissolved partnership by mutual consent.
I wish to say through your paper that th "old man"
Cooley Is her.', b;i u od run of work, and a con
siderable amount t hands, and st'll solicits the
patronage of his friends and the public generally.
I wish to hire THREE or FOUR
Journeymen GjujJtonters,
Good workmtn no other kind need apply but the
above can gut the best wages paid in MorriMowu.
A, J. COOLEY.
mchlS.
Bsn. F. Mitohsll,
CARPSiirSi AND BUILDER,
MorriJitotvn, Tenn.
PROPOSES tr
contract for
Build mg-s up !
if this community to
ever ascription of
rablettsrius. -"Parties
t "f husssw won Id do
pared to furnish all
1' . Mine, uixin such
1 to cadi him. He
i neee-soiy n.arerial
terniH that -eunot fail U
be to tt
vantage of the
tils, can be s-ut -
po
it fled of its
iUUingttie uiidersi(?ued.
B. F. MITCHELL.
J. W. BROWDEB
x14-ly.)
J. H. COULTER.
COULTER &BR0TOR,
MAIN STREET,
MORRU VOWX, TENN.
' -1-1 .. - IK
Driu
I C8
Medicines, Patnls.
I '7
Oils, virnihe. DystulTs,
Pattern Medfelac, Fancy Goods
A N D, lftFACT,
Everything usually kept in a
Retail Drugstore
Phyai.Jana PrescriptloUH Carefnlh Compoundrd.
11.
DENT CORN.
jail orders for the com to
TUOS. TOMLINSON,
tt'orcabura, Teun,
WJfMf,
THE
Vol. VII No. 6
Professional Cards.
DENTISTKr.
DBXT1STK1.
THOS. J. SPECK, D. D. S.
OFF ICES:
Kogcrsvillc,Trnn , from 1st to 15th of each month.
Morristown, from 15th to last of each month.
TERMS Casb or Its equivalent
Gv . T - MAGEE,
Sugeon and Physician,
MORRISTOWN, TENN.
Will give special attenticn to the
rBKATMKNT OF DISEASES OP WOMEN.
WILL. S. DICKSON.
II'IINKII BABTON.
DICKSON & BARTON,
Attorneys at JL.si w,
MORRISTOWN, TENN.
W ILL Practice in all the Courts of upper East
Tennessee. Prompt and special attention given
to collections.
References bt Permission Bob't McFarland,
B. M. Barton, sr., D. Morris, Wn. Fulton, B. J.
KidweU, Earnest k BrinciM-, Pence k Lyle, Dr. O.
T. Ma e, Morristown, Term. ; J. A. Ravi, Knox
vtilc, Tenn. ; Wm. H. Moffett, New Market, Tenn. ;
H. Baker. OreeneTille, Tenn. ; Davis & McFarland,
Bristol, Tenn. febl9-ly.
T . T. O A. H- S O IV ,
N T I S T .
HAVING Permanently located in Morristown, rea
Twtfiiliv ,,i:"i rs hi. services to '.he public.
pectfully offera his services
Satisfaction guaranteed. Terms liberal.
t3T Office over Folaom & Taylor's Store
decll
JAMES P. EVANS,
Attorney at Law,
M 0 R
R I S T O W N
TENN
Will practice in all the courts of East Tennessee,
where the FEE will justify. Prompt attention will
be given to collections.
A. H. PETT I BO N Em
Attorney at Law,
; R U B N E V I li L K , TENN.
Will practice in the courts of the First Judicial
Circuit aud the Supreme Court at Kuoxville. Will
also give prompt attention to the collection of all
kinds of claims and debts.
Commission Merchants.
JE TJ3B JL FSMME MP 1355.
J. O MA T II E W SON,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AUGUSTA, GA.
may 18 ly.
WIT H
Stewart & Co.
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
13 North Howard Street,
BALTIMORE, M D .
decll-6m.
vTB U R B F R & SON,
PRODUCE AND
Commission Merchants,
120 Gay St., nearly opposite Cowan, McCliiug & Co.,
KNOX YILLE, TENNESSEE.
The highest market price paid in Cash for all kinds
Produce, Furs, Skins, Hides, he.
Consignments of Produce will receive careful at
tention. Refer to all Wholesale Merchants aud
Banks in the city. fmay29-ly.
ch 7Tlruc L o ux-,
fkoMe Totecco Merchant
AND
I roduce
13 roker
Gay Street, two doors North of W,
B.
Francisco's Shoe Factory,
KNOXVILLE, TENN.
CIONSTGNMENTS SOLICITED. ALL ORDERS
' Promptly filled. Ws will not be undersold in
thiB market.
jau8-3na. W. W. LEFTWICH, Agent.
V
K . L I D E
WITH
WILSON, BURNS & GO,,
Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants,
30 South Howard Street, corner of Lombard,
B A L T I M O li E .
Y7E Keep constantly on hand a large aud well a
sorted stiwk of Oroceries, suitabto for ths
Southern and Western trade. We solicit consign- j
meuts of Country Produce, such aa Cotton, Feath- J
ers. Gmseug, Beeswax, ool. Dried Fruit, Fur
Skins, etc. Our facilities for doing busiueas are
such as to warrant quick sales and prompt returns.
All orders will hsM'e our prompt attention. maUT.
ABRAHAM BURTON,
CROC Ew
MB
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Mos. 93 and 95 $yrarcrc street,
Pet ersburg, Fir ginia.
Special attention given to the sale and purchase of
all kiuds of Graiu aud Produce. (pl9.
h. t. cox, of Tenn. . i cox, of Tenu.
H. T. Cox & Co.,
Commission Merchants,
Forsyth Street, ATLANTA, GEORGIA.
Prompt attention given to the sale of
Produce. Groceries oat General Merchandise, .
And ftliuis order for Produce or Merchandise
I Utilise
ern Virginia ; Busi-
Bt; Wilson, Burn i
utbwesteru
nesis
fc C(
of Atlanta
buluiunro.
janiu-iy.
i CT , ' ;
McCra.rjT & Ha,rriS011,
MOH1USTOWN, TLNN.
male! is j , j
Pry G:ds, Groceries, Hinlwire, Qimmre,
Boots, Shoes, Notions, etc.
t E Keep constantly on hand a fall and complete
''stock of everything usually kept ia a general
merchandise establishment . and w
ider entire aals faction u our customer
veil aa the quality of good whieh we
hifl
market price
Houaekoej
at our house
ARY tt UARKTSON.
Uug tloue. The Uasette Office
tuy and all kind at low flgures.
T LANK8 FOR MAGISTRATES.-
1 9 V or sale cbp at tai IHSec,
MORRISTOWN
Miscellaneous Advertisement
Far over FOBTY YEARS thi
n'RELY VEGETABLE.
LIVEB MEDICINE haa proved to be the
GREAT 11411.1 tG SPECIFIC
for Liver Complaint and its painful offspring
DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jaundice, Bilioua
attacks, SICK HEADACHE, Coiir, Depression nf
Spirits SOUR STOMACH, Heart Burn, CHILLS
AND FEVER, Ac, c
After years of e refill experiments, to meet a
great and urgent demand, we now produce from
our original Genuine Powdebs
THE PREPARED.
a Liquid rorm of St MMON8' LIVER REGULATOR,
containing all its wonderful and valuable proper
ties, and offer it in
ONE DOLLAIt BOTTLES
The Powders, (price as before,) $1.00 per package.
Sent by mail 1.04
S&- CAUTION. -&a
Buy no Powders or PREPARED SIMMONS"
LIVER REGULATOR unless in our engraved
wrapper, with Trade mark. Stamp and Signature
unbroken. None other is cenuiiie.
J. H ZEIE1IV & CO..
MACON, GA., and PHILADELPHIA.
SOLD BY ALL DB (JGGISTS.
B. C. Jackson,
Pres't.
F. H. McSlcss,
Vice-Prea't.
3. W. LlLLARD,
Cashier.
East Tennessee National Bant
OF KXOXVILLE,
(Tbe only National Bunk Between Salem, V.,
and Cleveland. Tenn .)
Fesignateil Pefosilon of the United States
AND SUCCESSORS TO
First National Bank of Knoxrille.
Stockholders s
Jos. R. Anderson, Bristol H. H. Matlock, Bicevill.
Bob't Love, Johuson City. N. Bogart, Philadelphia.
i. H. Eb rises , Bhcatown. J. A. Rayl, Kuoxville.
F. W. Taylor, sr., Russell- Joseph Jaqnea, 4
ville. F. U. McClung, "
R. M. Barton, Morristown. Sam Ale Kinney, "
Wm. Brazeltou, New Mar-, S. B. Boyd, "
ket. W. W. Woodruff, "
Wm. Harris, Dmdr-.dge. J. AA . Liilard,
Geo. A. Fain,
!u!ia Jackson,
J. . Raht, Cleveland.
R. C. Jackson,
D ECEIVES Deposits, Buys and Sells Excliange,
lv Foreign and Domestic, deals in Gold, Silver,
Uncurrent Ban's Notea, United States, slate. County
and Corporation Bonds and Coupons, aud will
do a General Collecting and Banking Business
throughout the United States. febl'J-ly.
Mrs. A. P. Fljrnn,
At tbe Turley House,
MORK1STOWN, TENN
KEEPS Constantly on hand the Latest and most
Fashionable Styles of
Millinery and Straw Goods,
UOXXKT, TKIMV.IXG AM V EL VICT KICHONsS,
Httujicl Silks, Saiitt uiul Velvet,
Blonda, Netts, t 'rapes. Ruches, Flowers,
Feuthers, Ornaments,
Straw Bonnets 2 Ladies' Hats
Tit I MM ED AX1 UXTiOSIMETt
TATE
SPRING.
TTHIS Favorite resort for health and pleasure,
I situated ten miles north of Morristown, Tenn.,
and connected with the Railroad trains ait that point
by a daily line of hacks, is open at all times for the
reception of visitors.
Accommodations largely extended and improved,
so that two hundred persons can be made comforta
ble. The effect of the water is wonderful in all de-
raugements of the
Blood, Liver, Mottmeh. Bowel and Kidneys;
in Scrofulous and Mercurial Diseases, aud in ner
vousness and general debility.
A CONCISE ANALYSIS OF THE WATER:
Sulphuric acid 131.27 'Sulphate of Lima 1G0.G6
Lime. 81.13 ' Magnesia 31.07
Maguesia 10.99J " Soda . . . 8.50
Irou Peroxide .... 1.00 i " Potass l-r4
Mangaueze peroxide Chloride of Sodium 40.21
traces " Iron 3.92
Potash and Soda . . 5.90 " Manganese .69
Chlorine 32.63 Iodide of Sodium, traces.
Silicja. soluble 27 Phosphate of Lime 2.14
Phosphoric acid 71 Carbonate of Lime 21.56
Carbonic acid 9.00 Silicia 3.70
Nitric acid W Nitric acid 02
Total 273.91 Total 273.91
Bt Thomas Anteskix, M. D.,
Prof, of Chemistrv in National Medical College, D.
C, and Chemist to the U. 8. Department of
Agriculture.
Also in the immediate vicinit y of good Sulphur
water.
For further information, pamphlets, he., address
PBOPRIETOB TATE SPRING,
Beaji's Station, Te.ss.
Hotel Cards.
Turley Wausm
(OPPOSITE THE DEPOT,)
JfMo r r I ! tv n , Te t tt .
T. C. Cain, Proprietor.
THE TURLEY HOUSE IS " FIRST-CLASS "
1 In all departments, with large, comfortable and
well-furnisbevl rooms, while the Table, is supplied
with the best fare of the country.
W A well-stocked LIVERY -STABLE is kept in
connection with the Turley House. jn9.
&T OP -A. T THE
Virginia House,
Slniu Street, .Horrislo w n. Tenn..
J. M. DICKINSON, PROPRIETOR.
IoCATrp in the Business Centre of town, and
i Out a few ffeps in rear i ttie Oepot . Con-
nect
r. trlih 1h VinoFsu HitrsK u good l.iv-
erv sitt. i
K Slnlile, and parlies, emu be fur-
nii-heil with lior-es-.
buggies, hacks, etc. at
reasonable prices.
Low rb.rer, fiood Parr aad l arrful Attention
PAII.Y LINK T TAffc'S mQ.
Baarznge carried from aud to the Depot free
of charge.
Battle House,
(FORMERLY KTACEY HOUSE.)
Church Street Nashville Tenn s8 ' "yur ugue looks ,
M B winbou'rn. proprietor. "jllkeyou had the typhus fever."
J. T. BLAND AND W. 8. WINBOURN, CLERKS.
rjPBE Battle Horn
r.onorh.cit,
tie House i most conveniently located
s Depot, th Capitol, and to the business
Franklin House,
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE,
Main Street. Kuoxville, Tenn.
WASHINGTON HOUSE,
Corner of 8th and Church Street,
LYNOHBURQ, "V A
L. W. SCOYILLE a CO., PROPRIETORS.
Board
$2.25 per Day.
f aa trm Btfwta, frm
MORRISTOWN, TENN., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1873.
lIJbtllVJLJV ESS.
niCEBE CAKY.
Well, let him go, and let him stay
I do not mean to die ; , .
I guess hell find that I can live
Without him, if I try ;
He thought to frighten me with frown.
So terrible and black
Hall stay away a thousand years
Before I ask him back !
He said that I had acted wrong,
And foolishly beside;
I wont forget him after that
I wouldn't if I died.
If I waa wrongc what right had ha
To be ao cross with me 7
I know I'm not an angel quits
I don't pretend to be.
He had another sweetheart once,
And now whan we fall out,
He always say she was not cross.
And that she didn't pout.
It is enough to vex a saint
It's more than I can bear ;
I wish that girl of his was
Well, I don't care where.
He thinks that she was pretty, too
Was beautiful an good ;
I wonder if she'd get him back
Again, now, if she could t
1 know she would, and there she is
She lives almost in eight ;
And now its almost nine o'clock
Perhaps he's there to-night.
I'd almost write to him to come ;
But then I've said I won't,
I do not care so much, but she
Shan't ha e him if I don't
Besides, I know that I waa wrong,
And he was in the right ;
I guess I'll tell him ao and then
I wish he'd come to-night.
Quilling Tobacco.
The following letter is worthy of
a careful perusal. It certainly
suggests some facts which deserve
the most serious reflection :
Did you or any of vour readers
ever try quitting tobacco? Well, if j
you did, you know how to pity a
feller that's been in the worse troub
le for the last week than he's had .
for many long year. And if you i
never did, you ought to try it once
just to be able to sympathise with ;
other folks. Tell you what it is, it's j
a leetle the hardest job I've under-
taken since I tried to make rails out 1
of a black gum when I was a boy
Talk about your rheumatiz. corns, j
and toothache ! I'd rather have
them all than this hankering for to
backer. It was worse nor thirst for !
whisky. I quit that easy, but to
hacker ! You'd as well try to shake
off a leach that's just began to draw, j
as to get clear of this infernal Oh !
I beg pardon ; this in in intolera- j
ble appetite !
But I must tell you how I come '
to quit. You see, I had been using
the weed for nigh on to twenty
years, and had begun to think that I
could get along about as well with
out isetsy- trial s my ow woman,
you know, as to do without my twist
and my pipe. But I took
sick this
t5cclfueous.
summer and was ailing a longtime, j whether a Congressman who cannot
Granny Miller said I had the dys-'; conscientiously keep the back pay
pepsiat (Did you ever have it? recently votetl, can properly take it
If you did, I know I am sorry for ; and give it away. The only argu
you.) Well, Granny fixed up some ' ment we have seen advanced ina
roots and yarbs and gave me to take ; ; vor of thi . method of disposing of
but it did no good. So
says 1 to ;
- 1
myself, Granny don't know what's hurt the feelings of other Congress
the matter with me, and I'll just men who are willing to pocket the
step over to Joe Higgins' and bor- money. But why save the feelings
row his doctor book and see if 1 1 of t hese gentlemen ? If they can be
can't find out. Well, I hunted for j made ashamed of themselves, the
dyspepsia and read it all over, and j sooner it is done the better.
I concluded that I had that ; but I ; Another suggestion is made that
read on. Well, I read ovor several , Congressmen may omit to take the
other diseases, and I concluded I money without making the fact pub
had them too. So says I, "Betsy, I ; lie. This might be done from pure
am mortally ruined, and I believe I modesty, but the modesty is mis
am going to die.'V'-Oh no, Bill," placed. The country is entitled to
says she "I hope not." "But I tell , know the name of every man who
you I is, for I've got every thiiTr refuses to touch this plunder called
what's in this book," and the old
gal began to cry. Now I never
could bear to see her cry, so, says, I
"Don't fret, wife; we'll send for
Dr. Wilson and see what he tain suffer, while the" guilty would stand
do." So our biggest boy was scon J some chance of escaping public con
mounted on old Sal to go for the tempt."
doctor. "Don't let the grass grow ! , , 'T"! ...
, , . rV Claims of Dcccasrd Soldiers of 1812.
under your heels, says Betsy ; and j
Jim gave the mare a rake with the
tremendous peach limb that he had
in his hand and started in a gallop.
Well, after a considerable time
here comes Jim and the doctor.
Well, Bill," says 1m, "what's tbe
matter?" "I don't know, doctor,"
says I. "I believe I've got the dys-
pepsia, heart dysease, broueitis, j the person who bore the expenses of i eral'lists, which shall be subscribed ; neglect without good cause to ap
neuralgia, and I believe I'm taking the last illness and burial of the by tbe commissioners, one of which pear as provided, shall for every
the consumption." The doctor was j deceased soldier as much as will Hst for each road district shall be day's refusal pay the sum of one
awful tickled and laughed light out, I reimburse bim or her for the outlay j Sled by said clerk in his office, and J dollar ; and if he was. lawfully re
but he examined my tongue. "Why thus incurred. Widows married ! the other shall be forthwith delivered j quired to furnish a team, wagon or
twit a . m . m WifiTi ir ii ir i r -. Li. . :, . "L. ; . . c rOa 1 - a
"My stars," says I, "have I got tha
too?" Just then I took out my
. twist and cut off a large hunk of to
; backer and put in my mouth.
j "Bill," says the doctor, "bow much
; of that tio you use in a day $ "Not
more' n a half pound, I reckon," say a
1 1, "litll," says he, "I woulden't be
i surprised if your trouble comes from
tobacker." Aud then be set to jgkl
j described my symptoms a great
deal better n I could a done myself
headache, pain iu the chest, diffi
culty of breathing, acidity of the
stomach, heartburn. Act, c. So, I
had to think that tiie doctor knowed
all about it; but I wouldn't promise
to quit. The doctor wasen't pleased
a bit. Howsomever, he gave me
some stuff to take that was mean
enough to make a sow wean her pigs
before they were a week old, but it
didn't do on bit of good. Thinks
I to myself, if I've got to have all
the rest of the diseases heart-burn
especially and take such truck as
this, Tm a goner sure! So, as I
couldn't get clear of the dyspepia,
and Betsy wouldn't let me off with
the physic, I concluded I'd quit the
tobacker.
Well, I made the resolution ; and
you know, when a man sets his head
to do a thing, it's half the battle
generally. I say generally, for this
time il wasen't so. I thought it
was a mighty task to say Fd quit ;
but it wasn't a circumstance ! No
matter how I would reason, the cra
ving was there, and there it would
stay. Needn't say a word about
logic ; I tell you it won't do at all
when this longing for tobacker is the
question. Just as well try to talk a
baby to sleep when its mammy's
been gone all day and it wants to
suck right bad as to think that argu
ment will do any good against the
love of tobacker. It takes strong
will and time to do it ! I could let
it alone ; for that thing never came
along that I couldn't let alone when
I resolved to ; but the appetite was
eternally wanting it. I have read
about a man chained to a rock and
a vulture turned on him to eat him
up. If he had some tobacker to
chaw, and didn't have some one to
say stop, he was better olf thau me.
Howsomever I consoled mj-self
that it would soon be proven that it
wasen't the tobacker, and then I
could go at it again. But, in spite
of all I could do, I couldn't help
feeling that the doctor must be right
for I never had the heartburn from
! the time I throwed away my last
, cfy.iv.'! I ate sweet potatoes (they
! Avere alwaj-s sure to bring it before)
' but it wouldn't come. I tried fat
j pork, but I was all right. I even
! tried butter and sorghum, and that
wouldn't fetch it. So I just came to
i tbe conclusion that I wa3 all right
in my liver and was only diseased
j with tooacker ; and so I expect to i
I stay quit.
j As I suppose 3'ou will like to hear
how I git along. I'll write again be
fore a great while.
Bill Jones.
Wlij Not Denounce Grant ?
The New York Times, which i3
regftrded as peculiarly Grant's or
gan, omits no opportunity to give
the Congressmen who voted them
selves back pay a sharp dig. In
its issue of the 22d ult. that paper
sayu
"Oi
ur exchanges are some of them
engaged in lively discussion as to
. 1 , . ,
otuer people s tnonej', is mai it uon c
pay. It is not fair that those
who refuse it and those who take it
should be indistinguishable. F.om
such confusion the innocent might
Under the provisions of the act of j
Congress last passed, the heirs of de
ceased soldiers who have died since
the filing of their claims for pen
sions under the act of February 14,
1871, are entitled to the account
pension, as follows : First to the j
widow ; if there be no widow, then to j
prior to the treaty of peace of the j
war of 1812 to the soldier are en-
ir own right to the full
pension.
a coiwrea ionu caronnian, ageu
eighty-three, recently allied himself j
to a bride of sixty -five and a mother- j
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in-law oi one
hundred and fifte
en.
te richost man in Delaware was
r tonus s goia mine is reported by . i
1M Wfr i.ra.sn in.r. i - .
experts t be almost big enough to
fill a tooth with.
GAZETTE.
Iiitlio IJoacl Iaw.
Be it exacted by the
Skctiox t.
General
Assembly of the Stitte of
Tennessee, That it shall be the duty
of the County Court of each county
in the State to lay off their respoc -
tive connties into road districts ; to
appoint three commissioners in each
district, whose duty it shall be to
repair highways and bridges in their
respective districts, and to cause the
building of bridges therein when the
public interest or necessity require.
Sec. 2. Be it furtlter enacted, To
lay out and establish highways, to
regulate the highways therein, and
to altei or vacate such highways as
they or a majority of them shall
deem proper, as hereinafter provided.
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted. To
cause such roads used as highways
as have been laid out or dedicate!,
but not sufficiently described, to be
surveyed and entered on record in
the office of the County Court Clerk.
Sec. 4. Be it further enacted. To
purchase such tools or implements
as they may deem necessary, and
which cannot be furnished by the
hands in their respective districts.
Sec. 5. Be it farther enacted. To
assess the tax ia their respective
districts :
First Every person owning or
occupying land in the district in
which he resides ; and every male
inhabitant above the age of eighteen
and under forty-five j'ears, residing
in the district where the assessment
is made, shall be assessed to work
on the highways in such district ;
and the lands of non-residents situa
ted in such districts assessed for
highway labor, as hereinafter di
rected. Second The Commissioners of
Highways shall meet at the office of
the County Court Clerk on the 1st
day of June of each year, for the
purpose of assessing a highway tax,
and they shall have free access to
the assessment roll until they shall
have completed their assessment.
Third Each of the Overseers of
Highways, shall, within twenty days
after his election or appointment,
deliver to the commissioners a list,
subscribed by him, of tbe names of
all the inhabitants in his district who
are liable to work on the highways.
Fourth The Commissioners of
Highways in each district shall make
out from the assessment roll a separ
ate list and statement of the valua
tion of all the taxable personal
property, and a description of all
lots or parcels of land within each
road district, m sucli district, insert
ing in a separate part of such list,
description of sugh lands owned by
non-residents of the district, with the
value of each lot or parcel set down
opposite to such description as the
same shall appear on the assessment
roll ; and if such lot or tract was not
separately described in such roll,
then in proportion to the valuation
which shall have been affixed to
the whole tract of which such lot or
parcel forms part.
Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, In
making the estimate and assessment
of highway labor, the commissioners
shall proceed as follows :
1st. Every male inhabitant in each
road district, being above the age of
eighteen and under fifty j ears, ex-
; cept ministers of the Gospel, millers,
and ferrymen, shall be assessed five
days' work in each year.
2nd. The residue of the highway
labor to be assessed, not exceeding
one day's work upon two thousand
dollara' worth of the valuation, shall
be apportioned upon the estate, real
and persojial, of every inhabitant in
each of the road districts in such
; county ; and upon each tract or par-
ccl of land in the respective road
districts of which the owners are
non-residents, as the same shall ap
pear by the assessment roll.
3rd. The commissioners shall af
fix to the name of each person
named in the list furnished by the j
overseers, and not assessed upon the
assessment roll, and also to each :
valqatiott of property within the sev-;
eral road districts, the number of j
days whutti such persons or property I
shall be assessed for highway labor. '
4th. The Clerk of the Board of
Commissioners shall, under their di
rection, make duplicates of the sev
to the overseers of highways or the
di strict in which the highway labor
tnerem specified is assessed.
oth. 1 he names of persons left out '
of any such list, who ought to have !
been incut sled therein, and or new
inhabitants who have not in tbe same
year been assessed in some other
. .. .
place lor irnwav
lanor, snail be
added to the sev
d by the overseer
from time to time
cm! lists, and rat
and personal
thers are
coinmis-
rot Ail vt r-iisth
1 ISIS
me
stoners to work on the highways,
j subject to an appeal to tbe eomwis-1
ffttoners. '
Two Dollars a Year.
f Gth. Whenever the occupant of
i any land not owned by him shall be
. ... , .
j thev shall distinguish in their as
sessment list the amount charged
j npon 8uch ,and fn)m the personal
1 tJtx if My of such op.
j wfcen ny goch ,ftnd gha M8M8.
j ed jn fche MW Qf tfae the
; owner therw)f ghall not be .
j daring the tan(e year wprk on the
j kijrhwavj. ,m ACCOUnt f gllch iand.
ey w r- :
7th. Whenever any tenant of any
land, for a less time than twenty
five years, shall bo assessed to work
on the highways on account of such
land, pursuant to the last section,
and shall actually perform such work,
or commute therefor, he shall be en
titled to a deduction for the rent due
or to become due from bim for such
land, equal to the full amount of
such assessment; or4ie may recover
the same of his landlord in an action
for money paid for his benefit, esti
mating the same at so much as is, or
shall be, prescribed by law for com
mutation per day for highway labor,
unless otherwise provided by agree
ment between such tenant and his
landlord.
8th. It shall be the duty of the
commissioners in each district to
elect or appoint an overseer for not
less than three nor more than five
miles of read in their respective dis
tricts, to serve one year.
9th. It shall be the duty of the
overseer of highways to give at
least two days' notioe to all persons
assessed to work on the highways in
their respective districts, and resi
ding in their districts, of the time and
place when and where they are to
appear for that purpose, and with
what implements.
10th. It shall be the duty of the
several overseers of highways to
notify the agents of every non-resident
owner of lands within their
respective districts, if they shall
know that any such agents resides
within the district, of the number of
days assessed upon the lands of such
non-resident, and the time when, and
place where, the labor is to be per
formed, which notice shall be given
at least five days previous to the
time appointed.
1 1th. Every person liable to work
on the highways shall work tbe whole
number of days for which he shall
have been assessed ; but every such
person, other than an overseer,
whether resident or non-resident,
may elect to commute for the same,
or any part thereof, at the rate of
one dollar for each day ; in which
case, such commutation money shall
be paid to the overseer of highways
of the district in which the labor is
required to be performed, and shall
be applied and expended by such
overseer in the purchase of imple
ments or construction and repair of
the roads and bridges in the same
district, except when said taxes arc
otherwise appropriated or disposed
of by law.
12th. Every person intending to
commute as aforesaid, shall, within
three days after he shall be notified
to appear and work on the highways,
pay the commutation money for the
work required of him, and the com
mutation shall not be considered as
complete until such money be paid.
13th. Every overseer of highways
shall have power to require a cart,
wagon or plow with a yoke of oxen
or span, of horses and a hand to
manage them, to be furnished by any
person having the same within his
district, who shall have been
j ed, and shall be liable fer three days
; or more ; and the persons furnishing
j a driver and team, with a cart, wagon
or plow upon such requisition, shall
be entitled to a credit of three days
for each day's service therewith.
14th. Every person assessed to
work on the highways, and warned
to work thereon, may appear in per
son, or by a substitute ; and the per-
Ma appearing shall actually work
eight Hlr each day.
Sec. 7. Be it furtlter enacted. If
any person assessed, or his substi-
tute, shall, after appearing, remain
idle or not work faithfally, or hinder
others from working, such offender
shall for each offense pay the sum of
one dollar. Every person so assess
ed and duly notified who shall not
commute, and who shall refuse or
implements, and shall refuse or neg-
lect without good cause to comply,
he shall pay as follows :
u-st k or wholly refusing to com-
ply with such requisitions, three dol-
lars and fifty cents for each day.
Second For omitting to furnish a
cart, wagon or plow, on dollar and
twenty -five cents per day.
All suits under this set shall be
brought before Magistrates, provi
ded tbe amount involved does not ex-
tberefore, snail not be elected or an
pointed commissioners or overseers.
One half of the fines collected
- under this sot shall fee expended on
ADVERTISING RATES.
One Hjuare, (tea lines, or less ,) for 8 i t Insertion
On Dollar, each subsequent insertion Fifty eewts.
All bills due upon first insertion of advertisement.
Space. j l m. j 3 sc. - it at.
Ones Square, $3 60 $fi 00 (A 00 fit tG
Two Squares, I 5 00 10 On !i 60 18 ro
Th-ee Squares, j 7 00 ' IS OOi IS 00; so 00
Ko I th ( olumn, . 10 00 SO 00 . 00, id 00
Half Column, 1 15 00 30 00 ! 40 00 00 00
One Column, ISO 00 40 00 fo 00 100 00
the roads in te district in which
such residents live the other half to
be placed in the hands of the com
missioners.
Whenever limestone or gravel
can be had, no other material shall
be used in the construction of roads.
Overseers shall, as often as required
by the commissioners, make full re
turns to said commissioners of all
labor performed and money expend,
ed on their road.
Commissioners are required to
employ a competent surveyor to lo
cate all new roads and to change
oh I ones ; said surveyor to be paid
out of money in their hands ; said
surveyor to deliver a plot of all
rotids he may survey to the Clerk of
the County Court.
New roads shall be surveyed on
the petition, of twelve freeholders ;
the commissioners to assess damage,
persons aggrieved having the right
of appeal to the County Court.
Every commissioner!' 1 ighways,
an 1 every overseer opKgh ways hav
ing accepted his office shall, for every
neglect of the duties of his office,
forfeit the sum of ten dollars.
Any of the said commissioners or
overseers of highAvays may be pros
ecuted by indictment, for any defic
iency in the highways within his
limits, occasioned or continued by
his fault or neglect ; and on .convic
tion thereof may be fined in any sum
not exceeding .fifty dollars the Attorney-General
to be the prosecutor
in all such cases.
Each of said commissioners of
highways, before entering upon the du-
f ties of his office, within twenty da3's,
shall file his official oath, and give
bond, with one or more securities, to
the district, in the penal sum of five
hundred dollars, to be approved by
the County Court Clerk, conditioned
for the faithful performance of the
duties of his office, and the faithful
disbursement of all moneys that
may come into his hands by virtue
of his office.
Said commissioners must require
aM overseers of highways, before en
tering upon the dutips of their office,
to give bond, with securities, in such
amount as they may deem sufficrfent.
The County Court Clerk shall in
dorse his approval on such bends,
and shall file the same in his office,
receiving the usual fee in such cases.
Each commissioner and overseer
of highways shall be exempt from
road labor, and receive one dollar
per day each, for actual service each
day. i i
"Are there any Episcopalians in
this vicinity, madam?" asked a tall,
thin stranger of Mrs. Artemus, as
she stood in the open door in answer
to his knock. "Any which "Epis
copalians." "Episcopalians ! Wall,
w.; don't exactly know. My John
he's my son ho see some thin' out'n
the corn-field yesterday. He did&'t
really know what it Was, but I told
him I guessed it was a chipmonk.
But now you speak out, I'll bet it
was an Episkerpalium. And my
next neighbor, Farmer Hawkins, he
said he shot at somethiu' that fame
day that John seen his strange orit
ur, and Farmer Hawkins h i thought
it was some wild oritur thai had got
out of some managcry somewhere.
Anyhow, I think that's a Episker
palium too. Be they bigger'n a
chipmonk?" "You misunderstood
me madam." "Wall, you needn't
feel oneasy. Ef there's any Fisker
paliuras in this here neighborhood,
yon can just make up your mind
that they'll git shot ! We are too
feelin' a community to let things
run at large which mout destroy and
devour somebody. Come in, won't
you?"
In the popular war against rail
roads, now in progress in Illinois,
a new case has come up which is
attracting attention. A farmer,
named Lewis, desiring to go from
Princeton to Neponset, ft distance
of nineteen miles, took a train on
the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy
Railroad. The regulation fare was
si ity-nve cents, but Lewis declined
to pay more than fifty-seven. The
conductor undertook to rollect "the
full rate, and failing in tutH tine at
tempted to put the obstinate pas
senger from the train. Le is resist
ed, and finally succeeded ii carry
ing his point, through a the ex
pense of a torn coat and 2 bruised
arm. For this injury to person and
property he brought suit before a
J 1. st ice to recover damages, and
Thursday last the case was decided
in his favor. An appeal was ef
course taken by the railroud, and it
is beleived the case will go to tho
Supreme Court, where it t ill be de
cided whether the act of i te Leg is -
la;ure limiting fores to ti re
per mile is, or is not, const .ti
Th Wheeling R , haa
the right pronunciation U
Hits.
a Hartford jail
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