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THE MORRISTO WN GAZETTE, DECEMBER 12, 1 8 8 3 . ;
TER3IS OF' THE GAZETTE. i Clto. OF ':SUBSCRIPriOX.-- 0i ymr (S3 imust) $1.50; tii months, .3 eU; Are MXtU, 40 cent. SATES OF AD YERTISISO.On intX firtioortio,l; tcA tulpunt inter- tim. 5 J Mat. Utiiated aJtrfWmTM mteCI t charged decanting to tho tpaco oceu rit-iat aStno raU$, s ... TO JISO ULA RAD VER TISER3 mo of r mnUr iALtmU. both At U TOU oftKxrgtt ond wmnnor of dUpUying thou foomn , n n irTT-inA rmXS to aeeompan Ud b tho trno namo omd -mddroot of Uu vriior i order t$ roetito mUontian. , , , n nrrrA K T NO TICES. TribuUt of E &rdt of Tha-xU charged for mo rvLr.adtOTtitoaeaU. , lit DILLS for 'it'tlng or iu telon oontraotod and pojoXo o aommnd. - NOTIOKS IX LOt At COLVHSS-M) unto per lino for fint insertion and Scent por Unofor e adJOutnai tnteraon. THE HORRISTOWN GAZETTE. t' WEDNESDAY, Dec. 12. 18S3. A New York alderman ha uei the Commercial Advertiser for libel, claiming 120,000. It is well known that it tost considerable to be a New York alderman, but iti rather cheeky for one'of the body to claim a character worth 20,00u. . . .. 0 Donnell's solicitor is endoavor inj to induce tho jury to ein a rnemorial la .tho Home Secretary, aLin hirn to commute the death sentence of ()'lHnnell. Some of tht jury are. villi n to sign, the . paper. bat-ifc-WexpwUsiJ that the majoritt will decline. , , .Mr. FaJr.Vf Xtfvaila, i put down ai the wealthiest man in the United State Senate. Hi richc agprre ate $ 1 ' ,000,000; those of Mr. Mil ler, of OulifUrnia, $4,000,000; Mr. Sa erji.t NYlsconain, $7,(KX),000; Mr. 15rown, o! Ceor'ia, S5,000,000; Mr. Palmer, of Michigan, 87,500,00!': Mr. SaUn, of Minnesota, $1,000,000, and so on. miliation by a hostile power greatly I inferior to ourselves. It is hoped that congress will be disposed to Jrovide suitable -facilities and plans or the manufacture of such guns as are now imperatively needed. THE SAXY. I feel bound to impress upon the attention of the congress the neces sity of continued progress in the reconstruction-of the- navy. The condition of the public treasury, as I have already intimated, makes the present an auspicious time for put tine this branch of the service in a CI - thft moncra refiuisite for the re- I state of efficiedcr. It is no part 01 demption of the 4 per cents, will be our policy to create and maintain a in the treasury many years before navy able to cope with that of the those obligations become payable, other great powers of the world. There are co 'tut reasons however. We have no wish for foreign con- why the rational ' indebtedness quest, and the peace whichwe have , a a .a ' . I ? Jam. I : President's Message. , . The following La a aynop&i of the President's menage sent to tho Forty-Eighth Congress: NATIONAL CEVENCE8. If tho surplus shall hereafter be as large a the treasury estimates now indicate, the 3 per cent, bonds may all be redeemed at IeaU four years before any ol tho 4 per cents, can be called in. The "latter, at the samo rate of accumulation of sur plus, can be paid at maturity, and s r w - sioners have been actincr should be "The surest way to take cold, made more effective by tho in cor- says a distinguished pbysieiau, "is Deration of some such stringent I to hug a stove. lounir men who measure as they recommend as go courting on Sunday nigl ta should were included in bill iSo. 2w on thecallendar ofthe senate at the last session. I am convinced, how ever, that polygamy has become so stronglj- entrenched in the territory of Utah that it is profitless to at tack it with any but the strongest weapons which constitutional legis lation can fashion. 1 favor, there-. fore, the repeal of the act upon w-hich the existing government de pends, and recommend the assumpt ion by the national , legislature ef the entire political control of the territory and the establishment of a commission with such powers and duties as shall bo delegated to it by should not bo thus rapidlv extin guished. Chief among" them Is the tact that only by excessive taxation U:such rapidly attainable. In a communication to the. congress at its lost session I recommended that all excise taxes bo abolished except those relative to distilled spirits.and that substantial reductions also be made in the revenue from customs. A statute ha tinre been enacted by which the annual tax and tariff re ccipts of the government have been cut down to life extent of at least f50,000,000 or $00,000,000. While I have no doubt that still further re uct!ns may be wisely made, I do not advise the adoption at this ses sion of any measures for large dimi nutional of the national revenues. The refill i tf the legislation of the last session f the congress have not as yet becoino waflieiently apparent to justify any radical revision or sweeping tno-liticatieus of existing laws. In the interval which. must elapse before the cffecU of the act of March 3, 1SS3, can be definitely ascertained, a portion at least ol the surplus revei.ues may be wisely ap plied to the long neglected duty ol rehabilitating our nation and pro viding coast defenses for the pro tection of our harbors. THt CCBBEXCV. " Immediately associated with the financial subject discussed, is tho im portant question, hat legislation is needed lesrardinir the national currency? looir enjo3ed is in no seeming dan- irm- nf inforrimtirm but. that Our r - ....... j.-.-.-, -j - naval strength should oe made adequate fer the defense of our harbors, the protection of our com mercial interest and the mainten- an co oi our national uonor, is a proposition from which no patriotic citizen can wituoid uis assent. POSTAL AFFAIBS. It will be remembered ' that in 1803, when free delivery was first established by law, the uniform sin gle rate upon local letters wa& one cent, and to remained until 1872, when in those cities where carrier services was estat:isneu, it was in creased In order to defray the ex pense of such service. It seems to me that the old rate may now with propriety bo restored, and that, loo, even at the risd of deminishing, for i time at least, the receipts for post- 1 age upon local letters. 1 can sco no reason why that particular class oi mail matter hould be held account able for the entire cost of not onlly CIVIL SERVICE HEFORM. The annual report of the civil service commission, which will soon be submitted to congress, will, doubt less, afford the means of a more difinile judgement than I am now prepared to express as to the merits of the new system. I am persuaded that its effects have thus far proved beneficial. Its practical methods appear to be adequate for. the ends proposed, and there has, been no serious difficulties in carrying them tnto effect. CIVIL RIGHTS. Tho fourteenth amendment of the constitution confers the rights of citizenship upon all persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof. It was tho special purpose of th s amendment to insure the members of the colored race the full enjoy ment of civil and political rights. Certain staturtory provisos .intend ed to secure the enforcement of those remember this and not spend al their time hugging the stove. . Samson's Legs and Locks. Wien Delilah clipped off SamsonV locks that mighty athlete at once be came "as other men." If it could be prcveJ that ihe possession of luxuriant lair woulJ enable men to rear open li- ms' Hws, Iliscox & Co. would ba driv en wilJ in thft effitrt to supply enough of Parker's Ilair Blsm to meet the demand. As it is the Balaam prevents your hair from falling ouc.and restores the original color if laded or gray. He- sides it is a great addition to the table simply as a dressing. tf 1 " afa George Washington's autograph, at the sale of the library of the late Joseph J. Cooke, of Providence, 11 I., fetched $12: that of Koger V HI iams, ?40; Thomas Jefferson's, $4, and-that of George IV., 872. None but First Class Goods. In Watches, Jewelry and Siiverwar- otvrf chouid have the best or none. Mesrs. Shurlev &' Co.. Chi' atr. ae making a speeialry of line goods and if vou need anvthinsr i i Whtetn a, in dust and water proof eases, Solid Silvei or Triple I'lated ware, bond uoki or Itollcl (Jol l Jewelry seiid to bnurlej & Co., they will send a singleai tide at thedi'zen price. lhe' are voucne for and endorsed by the United bratef Egress C .. Anieriean Express Co., S,)Uttnrn Lxprwa , F. V. Taliuei Poflma?er f Ciioaio, Gen'l A. C. Smith, -Stat-J Tteusurer, and many others. Go'xli sent on npprov-M, Hi. privilege of examination, enabling you to do your piu'eha-ing at. home. Jle- member. tshurlex &to, rotate b reet. Cheazo. III. S nd for their new and beauriinl illustrated catalogue. tt-lt 2C 83 1 J. OUT OF THE FIKE ? its own collection and delivery, but J rights have been recently declared How to luu and provide for the I f . S I .:.. : I-xr !iOw the irpermost subject " treasury to support the national mighty Indoo. 1 he best thought . . f , . t . s::.0000.. 000. Nearlj- two hundred million of this amount consists of 3 per cents., which as already stated are payable at pleasure of the govern ment and are likely to be called in within less than 4 years, unless meantime the surplus revenues shall be dismissed. Tho probable eftcet of such an extensive retirement ol the securities, which are tho basi of the national bank circulation. would be such a contraction of tht volume of the currency as to pro duce grave commercial embarrass ments. How can the danger bo ob viated? The most effectual plan. and one whose adoption at the earl iest practicable opportunity 1-shall approve, lias already been indicat ed. If tho revenues of tho next four years shall be kept substantial- of the citv is dovitinir-time and at tention to the serious subject and ot course all ma in.T of impractical theorists are ainnrr. their views One. thing is nure, the deserving subject of their agitation will in the end be atirely benefitted by it. Says" the Chicago Inter-ocean: "There is lots if Chrintian work to do at home as well as in India and Africa. V bible agent found 750 families in Weakly countr, Tenn., without bibles." If tho sums asrent had have skirmished through Chi car- he cOul I have found 750 fami lies without bread, which at tht stage of the game is more noccssary thaa bibles. the collection and delivery of all other classes, and I am confident after full consideration of the sub ject, that the reduction of rate would le followed by such growing acces sion bo business as to occasion but -light and temorary loss to the revenue of the postofiice. THE TELIQRAPII. Tho postmaster-geueral devotes much of his report to tbeconsidera tion in its various aspects of the re lations of the government to the telegraph. Such reflections as I have been able io give this .subject since my last annual message haa not led me to change the view which I then expressed, In dissenting from the recommendation of the postmaster-general that tho government as sume the same control over the tele graph which it has always exercis ed over the mail. Admitting that its authority in the premises is as ample as has ever been claimed for it, it would not, in my judgement, P. J. Plttinan, Bootmaker, unconstitutional Dy the supreme court. Any legislation whereby fr.n cross mv- Inwfnllv Biinnlomont. Is now located lit the old Bank the guarantees which the constitu tion affords for the equal enjoyment by all the citizens of the United States of every right, privilege and immunity of citizenship will receive my hearty approval. PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION. The president recommends that congress take steps to provide for tho presidential succession in case of the death, removal, resignation or inability of tho president to dis charge his duties. ALASKA. He recommends that Alaska be placed under tho protection of law. FEDERAL OFFICERS AND JCKORS. He recommends that the statutes reju!atin the fees of jurors and witnesses be changed and tho com pensation increased. no also re commends that district attorneys and marshals be paid salaries instead room, one door west of D. Pence & Co. Call ami $ee him, and get the beat Boot for the least money. i:ov 21 1m INFORMATION WANTED. Any person knowing the whereabouts of ItawlolDli Itoss. will confer a favor upon us by Mating his address. Blum & Koenigsberger, San Antonio, Texas. Due. 7ih, 1883 It. ORGANIZATION OF TUB HOUSE OF REP11ESENTA TIVES. asuinqton. .uecemDerd. Ijooj? The social event in Fortlaud, Ore-'in. on the 2."th ult.. was the marriaire of Law Yen. a wealthy merchant. He is a widower, 45 rears of a-re. lie sent a trusty nephew to China to select a brjde for.himrand from a number of por traits that the nephew mailed to Oregon th uncle made his. choice. He made the customary presents to the parents, and they shipped their dauirhter to 1 ortland. Alter the marriage ceremony there was a dis play of fireworks, and the . celebra tion wo keptun for some dav at a cot of $.000. Gen., V. S. Uarulcock recently obt.auej a verdict iq the court ot apiH-als of New York against the St. Cloud Hotel for fcl.Ooo, tho val ue of diamond, army badges, etc.,! stolen from hi room in that house in 1870. The case has been pend ing since Ibi i. and the decision in tho general's favor is based.. on the , fact that the proprietors did no- have notices posted in the rooms res quiring guests to deposit their valu ables in the iron safe, ihe case it an important one, as it defines the he a wiso USA nf that nut hontv to purchase or assume the control of of partly in fees. existiug telegraph lines, or to con struct others with a view of enter ing into competition with private enterprise. Tho objections which may be iustly urged against either of these projects, and indeed against j before the hour of noon the galleries any system which would requiro an ol the House ol Representatives .nnrmmi increase of the civil service I were filled with SDectators to witness I . ..i.l I . ly commensurate wun tue expenses, istf j0 not however, apply to some the opening scenes of the Forty- of the plans which have lately pro- kignt congress, ihe new uphol- voked public comment. It has been clained, for example, that congress might wisely authorize the postmaster-general to contract with some private persons or corporations for the transmission of messages at specified rates and under the gov ernment supervision. Various such schems of the same general nature, but widely differing in their special characteristics, have been suggested in tho public prints, and the argu ments by which they have been supported and opposed have doubt less attracted your attention. It is likely that the whole sub- the volume ol circulation will not be likely to suffer any material disturb ance, liut it, on the other hand, there shall be great delay in reduc ing taxation, it will be commensu- try cither to substitute some other form t.f currency in placo of the na tional bank notes or to make Impor tant changes in the laws by which their circulation is now contro'lcd. In mj' judgment, the latter course is lar prelerabie. l commend to your attention the very interesting and thoughtful suggestion upon this abject which appears in the secre tary a report. I he objections which he urges agaiust the. acceptance ol any other securities than the obliga tions of the government itself as a foundation for national bank circa lation, swem to me insuperable. For averting the threatened contraction two courses have been suggested, either of which is probably feasible. one is the issuance of new bonds having many j-ears to run, bearing a low rateot interest, and exchang able upon specified terms ef those now outstanding. Ihe other course which commends itself to my ow ject will be considered by you at '.he present session. In the nature of things, it involves so many ques tions of detail that j'our declara tions would probably bo aided slightly, if at all, by any particular suggestion which 1 might now sub mit. I avow my belief, however, that the government should be au thorized by law to exercise some stering of the desks of the members, the bright colors of the carpeting ol the chamber, and baskets of flowers, which were distributed here and there throughout the hall serv ed to enliven tho scone, while on the floor political feelings being laid aside lor the time, friendly greetings and merry conversations were the order of the day. Now and then a prediction might be heard aa to the result of te battle in 1884, and a few speculations were indulged in as to the probable chairmanships of the more important committees of the Houso, but as de from this tko ROSADALSS ! The Great Southern Remedy For tho cure ol Scrofula, Syphillia, Scrofulous Taint, llheumatis, White Swelling, Gout, Goitre, Con sumption, Bronchitis, Nervous Debility. Malaria, and all diseases ariring from an im pure candition of the blood, skin or scalp. ROSADALSS has its ingredients ublisked on every package. Show it to your Physician, and he will tell you it is composed ol the strongest alteratives that exist, and is an excellent BLOOD PUllIFIER. Sosadalis is sold by all drug gist sept.27 lj THE HORSE SHOE BED SPRINGS. conversations were of a ocil and non-political character. In resrard to the First District of North Carolina tho clerk stated that he had not received a certificate of election of the successor of Walter R. Pool, who died in August. The roll call disclosed the presence ot dlb members. Nominations for Speaker beincr responsibility of hotel keepers, on a iudment as the better, is thn rnsrt- - . .1 .11 .. . i .1? 1 o - " ---i joini mat na neretoiore oeen uis- potetl by them. The St Louts Globe-Democrat states that prominent parties in Texas are soon to bring suit in the Court of Claims at. Washington to recover the ralaa of slave emanci pated "during "the late war. This action will be ba5cd chiefly on cer tain clause in tho State Constitution which were approved and indorsed by Congress at the lime of annexa tion, and which, it is claimed, make the government of the United States liable for slave property. The plaintiff in the caso was a strong and ven pronounced Union man the war, and his proposed action is indorsed and to be pushed by some of the "best lawyers in Texas. CI RLISL ICS POLIO r. RT A TUX SPEAKER ""l.NTERVIIWID riRSON'AL FR1IND. "Washington, December 3. Gov. Underwood, ceneral manager of the Cincinnati Setcs Journal, who bas been here several days working for Carlisle, lad a long interview last night with that gentleman, who is a personal friend and neighbor. Car lisle very briefly expressed his views as to the jtolicy that shouia ue pur sued by the majority. He said that he reconaiicd the fact mat- it was the principle of which be 'was the represeutativo that had elected him, and it was something to be tnanktui for that - the Democratic party at last realized that a principle affect ing the interests of the great majori ty of the people was vastly more important to the party and the couotry than 'the success of any man. He interpreted his election to mean that from this time forth the Democratic party will go to tie peoplritl4 an aggressive and dfi nitei pslicyjaad adhere to it because it was right, and deserved to win. He said the committees mould be organized with a view solely to the fitnesr of members of various sub jects of legislation to command the attention of Congress, aitd without any undue regard to their relation wjtJi Lid ia tSt recent ran., !,. ment of a law repealing the tax on circulation, and permitting . the banks to issue notes for an amount equal to 90 per cent, of tho market value, instead of as now the face valoe of their deposited bonds. I agree with the secretary in the be lief that the adoption of . this plan would afford the necessary relief. The trade dollar was coined for the purpose-ef traffic in countries where silver passed at its value, as ascertained by its weight and fine ness. It never had a legal. tender quality. . Large numbers of, these coins entered, however, into the vol ume of our currency. Bv common consent their circulation in domes tic trade has now ceased, and they have thus become a disturbing. ele ment. They should not bo longer permitted to embarrass oar curren cy system. I recommended that provision for their reception by the treasurj and the mints as bullion at a small per centage above the current market prico of silver of like fineness. THE .INDIANS. From the report of tho secretary of war it will be seen that in only a singleimtance has there been any disturbance of tho quiet condition of our Indian tribes a raid from Mexico into Arizona by a small par-t- of Indians, which was pursued by Gen. Crook nto the mountain regions from which it had come. It is confidently hoped that serious outbreaks will not again occur, and that the Indian tribes, which have for ho manv years ' disturbed- the west, will hereafter remain in peace ful submission. , coast defense. I again call your attention to the present condition of our extended sea coast, upon which aroso many large cities whoso wealth and im-t portance to the .country would in time ot war invite irom moaern- armored ships against which our cxifctinir defensive works could givo no adequate protection. These works wero built before tho "intro duction of modern heavy rifled guns into maritime warfare, and if they are not put in an efficient condition we may easily be eubjected to kit- sort of supervision over inter-state then in order Mr. Geddes, of Ohio, ad?rY0Uf,and e telegraph communication, aud I said; "I nominate for Speaker of this eu a commen sin " express tho hope that for attaining House for the Forty-Eighth Con- bid?k.ummer.Thii l' that end some measure will be de cress the Hon. John G. Carlisle "BOUt fer la Unique in design and the latest improvement of any bed bottom in use. Kead the following: lHt. They are clean, iioixelesa. strong, comfort able and durable. 2nd ' Tuny can be arranged to suit a liebt or heavy perttou, and adjusted to any size bed; how ever lare oi BinaU iu such a manner that a light and heavy body lying on them at the same time will not disagreeably roll together as is usually the case with ordinary Springs. sra. A4 more dirt, no more bed bugs, and no more beavy featber beds required for your wives and daughters to handle. These Springs lift the bed above the slats, thus giving the bed healthy and necessary ventilation and affordu no possible place for the bugs to harbor. 4tu. Alley are so arranged that tney will give greater support to the heaviest parts, thus enab ling a person to lie as smoothly and aa evenly upon tnem as the swan floats upon the water. 5tn. lliey are very elastic and deligntfully yield to every motion of the body aud are thus soothing comfort to the aged and COMMERCTAIr. Morristowh Produce Market. w holes ale prices JIorkistown; Dec. 8, 1883. WHEAT.. ....... 90 CORN S 40 OATS........ " .... 30 FLOUR.. 2 753 50 MEAL ... 55 60 BUTTER.... . ...20 25 EcJGS.... 15 BACON . .... .... 10 12 SWEET POTATOES C'4 50 IRISH POTATOES .... 3o& 40 PORK . 8 9 APPLES ... 4i TALLOW 7 FLAXSEED 1 00 LARD 10 BEESWAX 20 PEACHES 3 5i FEATHERS 40 45 Wholesale Grain ;:iul Produce Mark Knoxvillk, Tenr., Dec. 8, '83. Wheat LoriKbeny, red, 95e.a$l; Shortberry, or Fultz, OOaOSc.; while, 95c.a$l 10. Corn 53a58c., loos .; now, 4oa50c. Oats Loo-e. 30c.; m ked, 42a45c. per bushel. Bacon Choice clear sides, 8iu9c; choice hams, lballc ; fchouMers, Tiabic Lard In 50 pound tin caas, 9al0c, as to grade; selling, l0:ilC4c. tlAV Loose, 50a60i:.; baled, 90c. a $1 00 per 100 pounds ' Dried Fbcits Duil and declining; Blackberries, '7 ceuta per pound; Ap ples, sun dried, 4ia5c ; Apples, evapor ated, GdlOc. , Peaches, suudried, 5c. PRODUCE. GixSESG Per pouni, if 1 40al CO. Seneca Root Per pound, 35a40c. Pink Root Per p yud, 12 Je. Yellow Root Per pound, 5c. Lady Slippers Per pound, 2e. Dried Blackbhihies 7iu8c. AiTLES 4a4ic. Whortleberries-8o Raspbebries 20a25r. Peaches Halves, 5.5JC.; quarters, 3 to 4 cents. . Feathers Prime, 4"..50 Rags Cotton, !a!io. Beeswax 25c per pouiid. Hides Dry Hint, 10.11c ; green, 5aG. Tallow In (loiHHii.i, (Ja7e. Flaxseed Per bii&Ut i, 80c. Wool Lower; choice tub washed, o0c.; fair to good, 25 i28e. ; dark coarse, 20&25c. ; unwashed, 2Ja25c. W. II. BUCH ANAN. rmnr'flD c- n rmmtp otam -ml1 u pit m a 11 unuoiiii cd uuiiiiuiooiui. MMiommi A Large Stock of Family Groceries Constantly on Hand. IHain Street, sept 2C 6m MORRISTOWN, TENN -DEALER IN- dmDiMsJleuicjfles. Faints .an! Oils. rf is--. MAIN ST., Choice Tobacco and Cigars. - - - MORRISTOWE, TENN. I 1883 T T www -www wmrwrv -q: 1884 I' C HATTAIT 0 UE&j TENN. receive your vised which will well aoprobation. OOVtUNMENT AID IN EDUCATION. I have previously referred to the alarming state of. illiteracy in certaiq orlions of the-country and again submit for tho consideration of con gress, whether ttoruc federal aid should bo extended to public pri mary education wherever adequate provisions therefor has not already been made. THE RAILROADS. Complaints have numerous and urrent lately been that certain gresa the lion. John U. Carlisle (Dem.) of Kentucky, a man of ac knowledged pre-eminent qualifica tions for the place." Mr.Cannon, of Illinois, presented the name or the lion. J. W. Jveifer (Rep.) of Ohio, and Mr. Lyman of Massachusetts presented the name of G. D. Kobinson (Rep.) of Mas- sacuusettfl. Messrs Morrison of Illinois', Tuck er of v lrginia, Iieed of Maine and Calkins of Indiana were appointed as ceiiers, auu mo cieric proceeaed to call the roll. The result was an nounced as follows: For Carlisle 191 for Iveifer 112; for 'Robinson 1 James (Rep. of Xcw and Lyman (Ind. Rep.) of Massachusetts; for J. i straw bed or mattress on them , aoft comfortable and healthy bed lor summer, while the addition of half the us nal amount of feathers for winter is all that is necesiarr to enable von to have a softer, warmer and bettor bed than the full amount without tbeui. 7th I propose to do strictly legitimate busi ness and guarantee the springs to be all that is I claimed fur them . They are made of Bessemers best steul wire and all I ask- is to give them trial. btb. I will take in exchange for springs all kinds of produce, such as bacon, lard, hides, wool, feathers. Ac. at the highest market price. VIU. By exchanging part of your old resteers for them, they cost jou nothing, aa twelve pounds or lest burs on tbern will make a better bed tnan thirty pounds without them. J, T. WHEATLY. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. corporations, controlling the whole np in nnrt t!i facilities fortliA lnfn. state carriage ot persons and mer- - " V J Virginia i nf iorit unu. wera. oi rsortn uaro- chandise over the great railroads the country, have resorted in their dealings with the public to divers measures, unjust and oppressive in their character. ' The question bow far the national government may lawfully interfer in tho premises, and whatj if any, supervision or control it ought to exercise, is one which merits your careful consider ation, we should remember that no individual and no corporation ought to be invested with absolute power over the interestof an other citizen or class of citizens. The right of those railway corporations to award a profitable return upon their invest ments and to reasonable freedom in their regulations must be recognized but it seems only just that so far as its constitutional authority will per mit, congress should protect the people at large in their inter-state traffic against acts of injustice which tho state governments are power less to prevent. ' rOLYUAMV. All members of tho Utah legisla ture are Mormons. There in a grayo reason to believe that tuey arc in sympathy with tho practices that this government is seeking to sup press, and that its efforts in that re gard will bo more likely to encount er their opposition to, than receive their encouragement and support, even if this view should happily bo orroueous. ' The law under which tho corumis- lina; for J. W. Wad worth Texas; for Ed ward S. Lacy (lien. of Michigan 1 White (Rep.) of Xew York. The clerk thereupon declared Mr. Carlisle elected and Messrs. Randall of Pennsylvania and Keifer of Ohio escorted that centleman to tha Chair. His entrance into the Cham ber was the signal for loud applause and the oath of office was administered. Clrich Fleim, admr., vs. J. L. Coram, et al IT APPEARING FROM THt. BILL, -WHICH 18 sworn to, that David Hankins, Eliz . Hankiua, James Jarnsgin, Dolly Jarnagin and J. L Coram are non-residents of the State of Tennessee. It is ordered that publication be made for four suc cessive weeks in The Mobbistown Gazette, newspaper published In alorristown, Tenn . noti fying said non-resident defendants to appear be fore toe County court or urainger county, lenn. Xiep, Ol I house in Rutledge on the 1st Monday in January next, to make defence to said bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hear ing ex-parte. This Dec. 3, 1883. Grainger County Court. FCLKitssoif & HiKDZXnoii, Solicitors Dec. 12, 18fc3 4 wks. CtaRENCE U TUCKED DENTIST. Vliy, what are you puttinj; that on my feet for," aked a man with a heavr colt!.i "Why, to draw the coH out of your bend," answered the considerate nurse. The hell you say, I would rather hRV? It stay where It ia than be drawn the whole length of my body." At any rate there U a more pleasant mtthed tVaa that, gorget me a bottle of j Dr. Bull's Cot. gb Syrup. Culchahed. Boston, doesn.'t keep very far in the rear of her sister cities in the matter ef scandals growing out of the city government. The council went on a jamboree the other day and contracted a bill for refreshments amounting to $3G9, which was paid out of tho public funds. They all doit. Carter' Little Liver Pill are free frooi all crude and irrita'ing mat'er. Concentrated rnedicine only; very small very easy to take; no pain; no tjripiug; do purging. MORIIISTOIVN, TENNESSEE. Offia over TP". P. Carriger't Drug Store, ' - Des.5,1883-ly. BSHITARitJH. Ktvmlde. Cal. Th !ry etimaU enrea. liosa. Ihioat. Lmu, tall Idea, 6 p.. rout, eost. tree. MARRIAGE nsotsC AND HEALTH guide, seopga. f All that tbadonbtfnl enrionaar tbouhtnl inttn' f mow. Cloth and enlitbindiatr GO ota,uapr 2So.&rar-f J rintn Ontft. J4p 15e, sont sevled, bmmt or str.by US. WHiTTIcK c hJi c i nw at o h ibt, tie trreutspecmim. rtervoos iwjuit y.impetlu Ifo Mrrt. Ooonltioa and Fsmphlrt trmt. aLYON&HEALYS 1 Stata k Monro Sts..Chlcaoo. V U AND CATALOGUE, I for lau. SUU .I1 tu(aimt1 1 ( iBirauvt)U. .uiu, C(M. iwu.1 j M.u, SuJry Hud Ovtau, tMfUrlut Jl MA LEE, TAYL0II & CO., Leal Tobacco and General Commission Merchants for the sa'e of Country Products of every description, and agents for the follow ing manufac tures: Ture Raw Bone Meal and Bono Flour, Peruvian Cuano, Wheat and Tobacco Fertilizers, Plant Bed Food, Dupont's Rifle, Blasting, Min ing, Ducking and Sporting Powder, and Wholesale and Retail Grocery 703 Main street, Lynchburg, Va., quote country produce as followu, and solicit consignments of the same, promising prompt returns at the highest market prices : Field Seeds ol'all descriptions, say Clover, Tim othy, German Millett, Orchard grass, Herds grass, Evergreen grass, Raudall grass, Kentucky Blue grass; improved varieties of Seed W'heat and Field Grains generally. Sped alties with us A pples,green,pcr bar rel, $2 UO to $'6 UU; Apples, dried, per pound, 4i to 5 cts.; Bacon, new hog round, 9i to 10 cts.; Sides, 9 to 10 cts; Hams, 12 to 14 cts; Shoul ders. 6i to 7 cts: Salt Pork, boar round, 11 cts; bides, 11 to 11 cts; Hams 12 to 13 cts; Shoulders 10 cts; Beef, hind quarters, 7 to 9 cts; fore quarters, 5 to b cts; Butter, table, 23 to 2a cts; Buckwheat I lour. 4 cts. per pound: Beans, white, per bush., $1 00 to $1 7D colored and mixcd,?il- 25 to $1 40; Blackberries, dried, Ci to 7 cts; Chickens, dressed, per doz., $2 00 to $3 25; Chickens, live, $2 00 to2 50 a doz.; Corn, old,white, per bushel, 60 to 70 cts; new, 38 to 40 cts; . Cherries, dried, pitted, per pound, 14 to 15 cts; Eggs, per doz., 20 to 22 cts; rlour, per barrel,nnc, $3 00 to $3 25; superfine, $4 00 to $4 25; extra, $5 CO to $5 25; family, $5 50 to $7 00; Feathers, new, 60 to 63 cts. per pound; Ginseng Root, per lb, $1-40 to $1 75; Hogs, pork, s to 9c; Hay, -baled, meadow, !fb0 to ?62; clover, 00 to $00 00, Timothy, 70 00 to $75 00 ; ljfird; country, per pound, 9 to 10 cts; Oats, winter, per bushel, 45 to ' 50 cts; spring, 38 to 40 cts; Onions, per bushel, 85 cts. to SI 00 Peaches, dried, pared, b to 10 cts; unpaied, Quarters, 3 to 4: halves, 4i to 5 cts; Potatoes, Irish, per bu.hel, 60 to 75cts; Sweet Potatoes, 60 to 75 cts; Peas, black-eyed, 81 20 to $1 30 ; black, SI 00; Rye, pei bushel, 65; to 70 cts; Turkeys, dressed per pound, INone as Complete; Largest Stock ; Best Grade of Goods; M Lowest Possible Prices ; One Price, C. O. D. J . Goods, Prices, Samples sent by mail. lAny article or bil. of goods that you cannot procure to ad-!; vantage in your own town we ask you to buy from us, j either in person or by mail. We guarantee everything: 1 as represented or refund the money. i m n jfLadies making up Wedding Outfits or buying large bills of I 1 goods, Families cr Hotels wishing Carpets, Bedding.fj 3 T-T -ivcsTiVir1r1 T inpnc c Vi rni 1 A . nnf fail t- r cto ue r t" tr T"fe-.S4 g pond with us. ' I loUR CARPET, MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING DEPART4 s ikirmivTmc' 04- inv.u v.nn n 1 4. cIa1i 5 iiLCiiN xo, uu.x utuiu u vv iiuiu, Jj.ii nu cupoiiui iu iua uuuiu-g M Try us on Tine Dress Goods, Silks, Satins, Velvets, Dresses 1 made to Order, Cloaks, Jackets, Dolmans, Russian Circulars, g ' Cloths, Knit Goods and Underwear, Corsets, Kid and Clothi I Gloves, Hosiery, Liucn and Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs, Rib-a j bona, Real and Imitation Laces, Flannels, Blankets, Shawls, H isepnyrs, tjarpsus, kjii crjma tino. murrains. ?j 1TRY US if you want Best Goods at Low Prices, and if you wish g to deal with a houso where you are certain to find what you'a 1 want. It will pay to cpand a fow dollars on railroad fare toFi g come to us. If you can't conn rend orders Should this advertisement ird -co you to trade with us pleased i mention it, a3 by so doin;yr you will do this paper a service.Di 1 "D. B. LOVEMAN&CO-, CHATTANOOGA, TENN.I 1 1 : m .j-w ! I 1 f TC:0 IT Hit V 7WWTWWWWWWW W AM... A 1 f. k tk For tlie FalliWinter! d, 10 to 12 cts; Venison Hf,ms, 14 . to 16 cts : heat, white and Lancaster, 1 Q j to 61 08; Fultz, SI 00., to $1 05; Wool, washed per pound, 30 to 33 cts; unwashed, 20 to 25 cts ; Cabbage, per head, 5 to 12 cts; FlaxSeed per bushel, SI 10; Ducks, dressed, oU to ?d uu per dozen; Geese, per dozen, $4 to 56 Lynchburg, December 8, 1883. GOODS FOR ALL! roceries, Opera Flannels, veralls, Overcoats, vershoes, Fry Goods, Lress Goods, hoes, tationery, il Cloths, xford Ties, Wm. LYLE, Fashionable Custom T 1 ff. i"v AND O otions, eckwear, NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. In Chancery Court at Morristown, Tenn. O. Bill No. 403. W. R. Corse. s next best friend of Lee D. Corse and others, versus Anna Corse, Lee D Corse, Wm. H. Corse, Ida Corse. Loretta Corau and John F. Core . . TS THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING! FROM THE X allegations of compliuant's bill, which is sworn to, that the defendants, Le3 I). Coras and William a. uoree. are non-resiaeutsor Tennessee, It is therefore ordered, by the Clerk and Master. that said non-resident defendants. Lee D Corse and William U . Corse, appear before the Chioicery Court at Morristown, leiiu , to do neid on , The 3rd Monday of January next, and plead answer or otherwise mal:e de fense tosuid bill of W. H. Corse, as neit les: friend, etc., filed anaiust Anna Corse, and others, in said Court, or the same will be. takon for confessed, and set for hearing ex-parte as to them. It is further ordered that this notice be published for four consecutive weeka in Thk MOBRisrowM Gazette. This November 28, 1853. A true cory. Teste : Dec. 5, 1483-4 wks. & Underwear China ware, B L NOTICE. rpue insolvency of the estate of H. T CAIN JL havins ben duly anstffested to the Clerk of the County Court of Hamblen County, Tennesee, as required by law in - such cases, and an order having bean made to us by the Clerk, as provided by law in such cases, requiring all creditors of H. P. CAIN, deceased, to file their claims a ad evi. dene of debt with the Clerk of th Count j Court of Hamblea, on or by . : The 1st Day of April, 18)J1, duly authenticated, to th end that the assets, of aid estate, may be dt-tt mutea among in credi tors of said estate r.i bata. aa required by law in suchcaiMM ".o i.-. Is the'e'ore given to the creditors of 8 ;id i-iu to file their claims and demands against the estate of H. K. CAIN, de ceased, with'H. WilUna, Cierk of the County LKurt or llumuifu uuiuij, ituuwuoii or u tha 1st dv of April, or they will be forever bared. This 1st day of Pecetuber, ia.st a T. C. CAIN, - ... . 8 W. 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