THE ALU IIUISTO WN G A Z E TJT E 1, 0 CT OBEE .!9.r;j. sf
THE HDRBgTOWH GAZETtE.
WEDNESIAT. October 9, ISM
It ,r7rOR PRESIDENT;
m : Of Mw York.
EOR VICE PRE?iDENT ;
- THOS. A. HENDRICKS,
Of Ind-SJaa- .
O. C- KINO,
ROBF.KT I. TAYLOR,
J. 1. C. ATKINS.
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4'.r...M S KI.KIX. '
5i. EKNEST PILLOW.
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,H J llAUYS-Y MATUl
CROVER CLEVELAND'S PLEDGE
If 1 ,!! he r.A'fl to t?,r t hie VS
.:.... ,. .nti.n bute t-froc of ty
j. . T rJl iawi.' the ihitUt of
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& dA:.tr'cj f ;t t tie r,;.tn. r l
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t.,.Urirlofl Suprtme n.tS.
JM"r-w;1 tfVryiWn ho ft human en
d ttor U the eountt tfVA.iryf f yub-
U ,uN -r.nnVElt CLEVELAND LKTTER
II KCT PSTTroXF.TO CONC.Rl'.SS
M VOL' CONTINUE IN I0VF.R
THE EOIT. AND CORRUPT RISC.
UrI)EI I'.V WALT r.ROWNLOW-
tiif rr.Ei.znr.LT. of moral and
roLinCAL I FRFIDY AND KOTTI-N.
NESS. AXI TOM KEEVES Till-
ciiampion rj.Nn;.ir, turn coat
ANT TRAITOR OF Till. .MiE WITH
ALL THE VARIATIONS OF THE
MRTIF.sr NAS TIN ESS SITI'I.IEO UY
nilLMUELENTX. AND IR- HAMMER
AP I II I C I EI EN W ATI R S, I-VT1. OF
THE. KE1-.EL ARMY. Morristown Pilot
f Republica.3', Aug. 2S.
E.iratelitn Mvuntaiixecr, Mo
publican : 'ratil.one rcanl the
people of this "Tngresfi.na. dUtrict
as a lot of i-iritlf sneaks ami cnw
ar K whom be can bullJoze when be
Johnson City Cvmet : The IVtti
boneites ay that they do not intent,
to court the favor ot tho Taylor He-
Thev Uja.it that they can
carry the district without their as-M.-tance.
The lVttiloneitcs will not
do anvtbinirto conciliate the Taylor
men. " In v ahin:ton county they
threw out tho Taylor chairman and
elected a Pvttibone man.
Flizabc'.hton Miuntaiucer, Ie
publican : " rettilone Mievcn in
boldin- on to office with a relei.N
le. grip. He seems to have an un
appealable appetite lor office, and
the more be is fed upon ouch fl,
the more be craves and cries for it.
Like the vulture which preyed up n
the vitals of Promcthsu. be feeN,
but m nercr filled."
The Cincinnati Enquirer of tin
4th prints the following: The Cin
cinnati brewers have concluded that
they have as pvd a ri:bt to pro
tect their busines intere-ts by party
aju-K-iation as the wooNirrowers, the
iron manufacturers or any other
t!a of buines men. Lecomzin
the fact that their investments are
placed in jeopardy by Kepublican
ascendency in the cit Mate or
nation, they bavo decided to vote
with the party that opposes sumpt-
nirr legislation. It is understood
now that the Cincinnati brewing in
..ii i fcn'.iil ur Newman. Lleve-
land and Hendricks.
The failure of tbe Ncwcomb-
Bachanan Company, of 1,-ouisviIle,
Kr-, is one of the most disgraceful
that has Wen chronicled fince tbe
house of Grant k Ward went by
the 1-o.irl Iat May. So far the de
velopments have Wen of- tbe mo-t
ilAinninir character, the fliijbtorthe
to principals of the wrecked, t-ou
Cd.n pvin jxint to the cbarffes of
forgery and robbery. Tho Kcn
tuckv penitentiary is poin for them
but even if canjht we have no idea
thir influential relatives and
friends' would allow them to bo
puni-l.ed. Kut they will cot be ar
reM e I .
Governor Cleveland visited Buf
falo, X. Y., on the second, for tho
firt time since his Presidential nom
ination. It was made the occasion
of a tremendous demonstration, A
idiht rain fell during the precession
from depot to hotel. ClevelandV
carriage was drawn by eight white
hordes, followed by forty others
Waring prominent citizens. Tbe
Governor ttoo J erect in his carriage
and lowed to the immense throng
that lined the otreeU. Buildings
and street were gaily decorated ith
bunting, and were a ca of fire, with
colored electric and calcium : lights
and Chinese lanterns. His carriage
was filled with flowers as it passed
a!od, and cheers rolled up and
down tbe etreets for mile. At nd
night he made hie appearance 'on
tbe portico ot tho (je:iee lioue.
an J was introduced by Banker
Henry Martin. Ilia tpeech wa
briefand clear, and vociferously
applaadcd. He decliued, to talk
tarifT to a reporter, and in his npeeh
made protnineut th question of an
honest administration of the govern
ment. Tbe parade occupied two
hours and ten minalcs passing in
review, containing twenty thousand
(n line, one hundred clabs and one
hundred bands, and was witnessed
by- illy. thouAaud. pcoplew . Aeoe
the transparencies jvere.; "We owe
much to the German element;' ''Let
os look at the Uoks;" a large black
ball in brackets, and beneath" it.
"This is the Bevercnd I)octor;" "A
change demanded for honest labor;'
''.No Maine law for us;" 'We don't
have to cast , an anchor to wind
ward;" "IJepublican promises: High
tarift'and low bread; Ilepublican re
sults: no work tn l no bread; "
'Three hundred thousand work
men" unemployed;' 4,Bnrn these letter-;"
Blaine to Fishert "lie has
earnel his honors and wears them
wei(."' ' ' : 1 ;'
Geu. H. V. Boynton, for twenty
years cori"eiKn Jcut and as.sociate
editor 'f the .Cinciunati Gazette, und
at the present timo, holding a simi
lar Kdtin on the Cincinnati C6m-
tfuninl Gazette, has ojeuly declar
ed himself us being unalterably op
ohed to the election of James G.
Blaine. The fcignific-ance . of Gen.
Bojnton j'atriotic fctand . .cannot
but be appreciated by thoughtful
men of all parties. lie has had a
Wtter opjortu'iity of fctudying the
character of the Bepubliean Btand
ard Wurer Than any man in the
country. This naturally resulted
from long experience in public af
fairs at the national capital where
he has all the time been stationed.
The General, as is well known, is
posseted of a keen, analytical mimL
with remarkable abilities in the di
rection of reading character. lie
has made Janus (J. Blaine, an espe
cial stu y, and last Friday openly
made the astounding announcement
that he considered Blaine a dishon
est man and that ho would certainly
not vote for him.
A (orresjoudent of the Chicago
Daily AVr. has Wen down in Maine
looking into Mr. Blaine's falce of
Little Bock ami Fort Smith railway
bonds and the paper has published
the result of his investigations. He
finds that SlC'iOO worth of tbe
bonds were sold to sixteen persons,
only seven of whom are now living.
Five of these, or their representa
tives, saj-s the Philadelphia Tinics,
were seen by the correspondent and
they generally united in saying that
Mr. Blaine had dealt fairly with
them in the transactions. Some of
the bonds were taken back at par
a:id others at from seventy to sev.
enty-five cents on tho dollar, and no
general complaint was indulged in
The son and representative of Jo
seph A. Anderson, who bought $29,-
5'M ot the bonds, talked differently.
lie maintained that all the custom
ers were not treated alike, and con
tended that his father had had very
great difficulty in getting a settle
ment with Mr. Blaine. This van
never reached during bis father's
life and had passed out of the son's
accounts until after the nomination
at Chicago, when, he alleges, an A u-
usta lawyer upproached him and
olfered to pay the balance, now
amounting to $2,000, if Mr. Emory
Sanborn would siirn a certificate of
character for Mr. Blaine and surren
der all papers and correspondence
This proposition' was declined and
there the matter still rests. A num
ber of letters from Mr. Blaine, writ
ten with his unfortuuate facility, are
published as illustrating phases of
the transaction at different stages,
Mr. Sanborn making the charge
that the various letters exculpating
Mr. Blaine wero drawn fromi tho
parties interested as a part and par
eel of the price of settlement. "
WK UK All OF TUK -DEMO
CRATIC OUTLO JK.
The jKjlitical sky looks bright for
t'ie Democracy. From all quarters
of the country the indications are
that everylody is disgusted with
Blaine. At the Cain House, last
Friday, we met a prominent Dem
ocrat from Virginia, who told us
that his wife had always been an un
shaken Kepublican till the publica
tion of Blaine's letter about his mar
najre. ucn ho suowea cer tnai
she said, "surely it is a forgery!"
But when she read his deposition
ana recognized mo laci.inaime lev
ter was genuine, aud had been put
out to pavo the ..way, sho deserted
the cause of tho self-oonvicted sedu
cer aud is now .in the line of tbe
grand, party for which her husband
is boldly battling. A private letter
from a well-known East Tcnressean,
now in TasliTille, to a citizen of this
place, says: 'I have talked with a
number uf Democratic leaders, and
they are all jubilant." They say no
thing but Democratic errors' can
now prevent the party success, Hon.
Benton ILAicMilIio, thegrandestol
Tennessee'a present . delegation In
Congress, was in tbe city., this week
on his way homo from Washington,
where he had met": representative-'
men from all auctions," and ho had
caught the -infection, of Jiopo from
them, nosecraos,'; aid hc i'loltl
mo we would carry CVJiftrnir. jCar
lisle, fresh from a stumping bnirin
the Buckeye State, told tne he f -old
hardly beliove it, but the Democra
cy of Ohio was con lent of victory
in the October elections. '- fAsur
jiuces were giren mo that Wiscon
sin ami Michiganr6 very doubtful,
with chances in our favor, while in
Illinois we ll giro the Republicans a
hard fight, 'cw York? Why," that
is no longer oubtful, but decidedly
ours. I was told ly West Airglnii
ans that thero is not a shadow of a
chance far KepuLTTcan success In
that State. Their talk of it is jnst
such blaster as-they as About our
ovyn State of Tennessee.' Yu can
chalk it down "on your balfetia
board,' concluded Mr. Meililfin,
'that without a change of the pop
ular tide Cleveland" will be the next
President of the United States.' .
Speaking of, tho railroad war that
has freslily Woken out at Nashville,
Land, as is alwaya to, bo looked for
when a man discusso tho business
iu which ho is'an e'xperi, the Mem
plus Appeal decfares that Col. E. B.
Stahlman,hasthc lest of it. ITean.'
swers, in a letter -ef several columns
in length, the btateinent of Mr. J. A.
Turley, one of., tho . Stato' railway
commissioners, and makcs.that gcii
tleman ridic'ulpu'.s. . MrV Stahlman
does not, shirk, tho-question of wat
ering stock. He takes hold, of it
promptly, aud iu the case of the East
Teuncs-.ee, :. Virginia and Georgia,
shows that if tho stock has been, in
creased so has the mileage of the
road from 242 miles in 1S7U to 1123
in 1SSI). fio explains aud makes
plain the absurdity- of Mr. Tu'rley.'s
position on freight rates, and charges
with a tabulated statement to sup:
ort him, that tho commissioners
in making (heir. tariff discriminated
in favor of Mr. Cherry, the. peniten
tiary jessec, granting him such rates
us would prevent any thing like suc
cessful, competition , by tho. other
wagon and furniture manufactories
of the State. ,Mr. Stahlman writes
convincingly and plainly, and, if his
figures aro correct, unanswerably.
The possible efTectofthis war upon
the present Commissioners is very
plain. If it is kept up until the
day of the election it may have the
effect of defeating their re-election
and securing the election of tho
Commissioners nominated by the
Republicans. Against our protest
it has been renewed from time te
time until now there. is no hope of
peace between the factions, one of
them represented by most of the
leading Democratic papers of Mid
dle and East Tennessee. Mr. Stahl
man's letter will be printed in our
next paper. , ( .
OVR XASflVlLLB LETTER.
T7tS Weather Church Ilorte and hit Mis
tion Democratic Executive Committee,
etc. , etc. . . : "
Nasuville, Oct. 4, 1S8E
To the Editor of TUe Morrintown Gaietta.
The weather is one f the princi
pal topics of discussion this week.
It is entirely too warm for comfort,
night or day. A great many peo
plo seem to think it necessary to
call the attention of all they meet to
the atmospheric condition. I was
in a newspaper office tho other
night when one of these presuming
numbskulls got heavily sat down on.
It was an'exchange fiend who dared
remark to the telegraph editor, "It
is very warm." The t. e's. shirt
was hanging on a peg near by and
the thin muslin garment upon him
was pressed pen," and sleeves rollod
up. Tho sweat was streaming from
his face as his head bended to- his
work under a larjro-lamp burner.
He shot a glance ef surprise at the
e. f. and then proceeded mechan
ically with his work. 4No?" said
he. . Well,1 to tell the truth wo
never notice up here, for wo have
all kinds of weather, and get used
to them. We would never know
when it is hot or cold if ife were. not
for the kind indulgence, of our
friends, all of whom take particular
pleasure in observing and' noting
for us.'' Tho e. E" dropped upon the
self confessed salamander one lazy
look of reproach, showing that some
sensitiveness yet Jingered in his
Wsom despite his ' occupation, and
then wobbled wearily to ithe ex
change table and resumed his raid
upon the uncut literature.
The evenings are pleasant now in
the open air only. In consequence
large processions of lightly dressed
ladies and gentlemen may be seen
on the streets after tea.
Tho construction of the founda
tion for I he new bridge goes on
slowly. ' ' ' .
Nashville is very generally-busy
now. Fewer men 'are out of em
ploy men t than usual at this soason.
The coal dealers are beginning to
grumble at the late season, and say
their occupation will bo like Othel
lo's if Jack Frost does not come , to
their aid. - ' :- :
Church Howo got hero two days
ago, rented rooms 13 and 14, .Max-
well House, and at opce proceeded
to occQpy them with several clerks.
He 'has 'come here to bring about
that chango in political feeling. in
the South Maj. Blaine expresses a
a solicitude to soo. Church evident
lj thinks that tho Professor's per
sonal magnetism can bo mad o effec
tual even through the course 'raedi
oki of a wood cut, for At large part
of his campaign . literature, coosists
ftf pittance of Blaine and liater X.o,
gan; I am-told' by avisitor'to his
quarters. -But he must De weJi supt
plied with documents, foo.-.fof two
oJ the porters haTO been busy from
morning till night trucking large
iioxes ijajft the vroomy I judge
Church to be a wiley one. His
rooms are just fifb doors beyond the
Democratic headqaartere, whlea"Tre
mut.pa to gej, o his rooms. He
Was-castio an, 0ncJiorfvtoA5iuTfartl
when he thus located himself, and
cast an eye to windward wjveo pass
ing: thef. door ot.tho Jemocracy.
Thia haacaused a greaferj careful
ness in, tbe.Use of keys jnj.thp.Dom
.. i if to
j The Deraocratici State "Execative,
Comrdittee t juet, ' here - Friday-1 ,A.
large amount of businjfss waa trans
acted, j Keporti roni aIl;cctions
were of si most encouvagiiig uaturt?.
With, the proporiimoantoi woikhyd
the local committeefe xaver ith ei State
TenncHseo can. poll lhoiargeet.Dem
oci-atic vote' since the1 war," .J ,tJ'
Thcro havi been" uq visitorSj hfto
of 'national': rcputft'loii thiaj wefek;
More returning: ipilgrimsi.froiu.; tUft
Buckeye State say; that Jlw1 Dompc
racy there iare confidcht of viotory.
Tho; election cornea off Tuesday; J. J,
Few Democrats outside of. Ohio can
Wlieve that-notwithsacdiogall Iva
pnbicaa7 enxrts,''it:cank ojccfc thei
Democratic ticket.,- Ilepublictm sue-:
cess will noti bo DomoCraticj deioa
whilo Democratic success will mean
anioistakably a national ? victory -in
November, vt, i jcv a-'TJj
THE RAILROAD' COMMiMion:
tiie nrprBLTCAN CANDrciArks isstji
..I'-S.t l.'4:A!f ADDBES&i Ih
Special to the CliatlnDogfcTlmpi .''J V
' ' NAsiiTLtE, Oct l.rho follow
ing' appearl in tho Banner this after
nood:"- To: the-"People ot Tennessee:
The " Undersigned shaving ,'Ibeen
nominated by tho" Bepubliean pdrty
as candidates for Railroad Co'mmisK
soners.beg leave to say' that In their
epinion:the act creating'a r railroad
commission in this Stato should not
have'been passed. Th.t . said act
was passod for the purpose of creat
ing new offices to be filled by men
who had done party service, and
was not created Wcausov the rail
roads in this Slate had been violate
iug the provisions of their charters
and unjustly discriminating against
tho people of the State. ' If tho pre
tended grievances had been real,the
act creating said icom mission would
not have.exempUd railroads now in
process of construction or hereafter
to be constructed from tho opera,
lions of said act. ! Tho effect of tho
exceptions in favor of new "roads
would allow them to practice tor ten
years the supposed grievance com
plained of. , A number of the "rails
roads in this State have been in op
eration for more than twenty years,
and in 1383, after said railroads' had
reduced the charges for the. carriage
of passengers and .freight below.
what their charters allow them to
charge, it all at once occurred to
some of the leaders of the Democrat
ic party that a Railroad Commission
was greatly needed in Tennessee.
If the railroads had. been so outran
ing the rights of the people, we ask
why wait until load tocreate a com
mission? ? " -
' -We are hot candidatss iu the ors
dinary acceptation of .the term, for
if eleeted we do not .preposo' to re
ceivo one cent of the' emoluments of
the officeTor the reasen that we be
lieve the main features f the act un
constitutional and void., ; The ques
tion presented to the people of Ten
nessee is, as to wnetner the. .Legis
lature has the power to deprive cor
porations of their vested rights so
long as i hey keep within' tho'hmtts
of. their charters. s . . f '
. Ve believe ithat ' the commission
has greatly retarded the growth and
prosperity f the : State by prevent
ing' tho building of contemplated
roads through various portions of
tho State. - We-submit for the con,
aideratitoii the jmmbey; of miles of
railroad constructed in six States in
a little .more iJian twelve months,
t t-..i:' t 4 ' . . 1 - ... .
luree oi .wnicu xiavo commissions
and three oF which" have none : ' c
irn;i 65 mfli ' Fkri! f.'Hfr lulles.
Ht.l'iu-pliti;v Nfc.Hjiwii.pi. sa mil.:
Et'uues4ce.....40 "' ' IuUiaui. .. 'XiS mllef.
" - .--; I !-: i'fif t i , .
Total.. tau'l, 815 Tulles.
At this time. the.re" were on file in
tho office of the Secretary of Stale
more than. fifty, diartqr? fbr.new rail
roads,, which, if constructed, would
permeate every county in the State.
A largo majority of these charters
have been granted since 1880.' No
work is Wing done ontany of those
various lines f ; road. u We ; want
more railroads and better oncs one
competing . line of road is worth ifar
more to tuo-peoplo ' thau "a 'dozen
commissions.'' " ' " '
While wb want the rightaof the
citizen fully protected against any
unjust discrimipationa on tho part
of railroads, we want to see such le
gislation as will invite capital toour
State, fully protect the rights of all.
and develop the resources, of iTen
liesseo.; j j p : W.;W. McnRAT,
- . m. . u ...
Mi J. Condon.
Thin peopla. "WeU' Health Rene-rtc" restorea
bealih nl vigor, cure d-fipeia, ke. ft.
"Rough od TooUiache," inoLnt relief . 15o. '
. 1 ...... 1 ill ' . . i " : t . . . . :
Ladies who vouli retain freihtieaa and Tiracity
don't faU to try "-"WeU-r JJealta Baoewar ; , t
t B iMho--pallar'grea MJ neyuA urinary cure.
- File," roaohea, anta, bd-b-a-s, rats, mioe, clear,
ed out by "Kouyh ,on Rata .," 15c. r I
,. '.Eough on Cougha," 15c; UijniO, 25c. ' ,
1 For chllilren"," alow in aereloptnent, puny and
deUcata, naa "WeUa' UaaJUi lienewer - . .
"KoacH oft IXUi" TKa fowOery- .Try It. 15a.
Nerroaa WaaVn, Dyapept ta, Sexnal J)ebUiy
cured by "WeUu'lleakhj Ueneffer." $1.
"Mother Swan'a Worm Byrum for feTeriahneBs,
worma, coaat'r-aUoM taatlnw. 83c .-. . . j j j,-.
: 6da(riJ :lrittoo,' aJJ Kidoay m4 .CTIiiary
ooroplalnta cured by "Bucnn-iilk," ; $1. j
.. - . . ; i .it,: .- ! !
JfigM a-weat-, fever chiila, malarU, dyspepsia,
cured by" Well' llealta Baiw3r.". -.!. .tl
Ify htuband (rite U4v)la three 'times the
man aiiice uniiig 'WaUa' HeaJth Kenewer.''
" : ... . -. . ii " . . . f F . -
- If yoa are failing, broken, worn out and ner
Toua, ne "Wei U' Health Keno rer." $1. ..-..
- rrevalenre of Kidney eonpUin in America;
"Buchu-oaibd'' it a quick cirtplcte cure. $1. ,
1 h n ixmjli. "FxU'i JU alth Herwiwer rcatorea
heaith aud vljor, cureadjiia,iiC. fl.: . -
... . I
' Ho'ngh on Toothache," iuataut reiki. J5,
" t t 'O ;1. : i - I ' .' , i ; - ;
Ladiea who would retain frhnesa and vivacity
dont laU to try 'VVella Health lienewer."
T.HE RAllliOAD COMMISSION
WfflcTiCEtarHomeJbiiTBalf' - - -
The Home Journal opposed this
ridiculouftinldngement oL.law and
L nm a a . ij - il An ct A r An t t hn C Of 1
f t-ioti tf tbre menyjiatla salary? or
$3,000 each, to "fill offices which, it
seems, were crcatcaWgrauryTgrjo
'j.as.sJ ft t U koiU nvft .xl il .
expected to voto .o.Q. this questipn,
aud .we'f)&$e.beretfbr3 Advised that
Jtrould bo well to not vote at all
jLhat is, " scratch " the names of
Messrs." Savage Gordon nud Turley
CoL Savage has' 3ai(l. he intends to
keep up.the "war ;Oii tbe railroads
lintil ho mates tu.em.Uo right, mis
a very sfgnrfioanii coming as it does
from1 bne who 'Ua'Jiidae in tHeina-
r .. v .. i - - v ....
t$r as .well as juryman.. J3ut is it
nob one i voe most rjtucuious imugs
eyer embodied' in a'Iatform-tHs
iRailroad Cemmission Big Three?
Whysirs,'- theipeopleK qyght t.qi go.
up"eV MasSat'the iiext felectioniInd
show their disapproval of it,, and
show that they kiiow moro' of 'con-'
stitutiquat i'ySbtsv,ha "Tlb"e fools
W:bo voted to make it a law;r It ha,
been 'declared - unconstitutional by
the courts, and we 'do nof see h6w,
in justicer tho $ three commissioners
can continue to do ' nothing as' tliey
havp t.uQQe, ,and;vyct demand ..pay.
Theyan lofc'jdaet andw by. ahquid
they bo '4aid t liAfid'Jf Jthcyi could
act, what can thoy do? So long as
therailroadsudo", not, violate their
charters they oughfexfc to beinter
ferred with." And If they should bo
guilty, t such violation, thon lUbc
conies a : tnatfer for :the- courts 1 io
decidi). As it.te, the roads are car
rying passengers and freight -at
much, less ihan they ure.. entitled to
charge under their vested -rights,
and ro, think'that ijotiiiag bat dem
agogy is at the bottom of this war-'
fare upon tlicm '."' 'V' , ,
We wish we hail more railroads.
They would develop our country,
give employment .to more conduc
tors, engineers and brakemen," and
make rates of freight and travel still
cheaper. And if we should have a
drought in our section we could im
port grain from some section where
there was no drought. 1
' We hope "to 1 see the- voter scratch
iroia.qis icKeo ).ueillli.names oi ine
candidates for railroad commission
ers." It would redeund to the gen
eral good if we wero to vote for tho
Radical EorainecS -an-uVjfleci them,
and the next Democratic legislature
would wipe but the abominable law
foreverv- : .u i. :. ,v.- -.-t
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The Springfield (Mass.) Republi
can says that.Mrsk' Governor Mor
rill's 'courageous' statement in re
gard to Mr. Blaine's character and
acts has produced a profound sen
sation throughout the country; she
is. overwhelmed' with letters and
telegrams' asking if" the statement
published is authentic. She gave
the following letter WJTtopresenta
tfveofthe Boston Glebe, some' ot
the terms of which indicate a moro
intimate knowledge of Mr. Blaine's
lifo, than. " lias' been '" previously at
tributed to her : '"'" ',' '
"To the Editor of 'tie Olebe: ''''" ?n !
"In reply to your inquiry as - to the
correctness of the report of, ray. Jelter,
ag pub!ielied, I will elmply y that it is
correct in every repect. . The. knowl
edge of. Mr. Blaine's wicked and vi
cious life, and ot ftis treachery to those
.new dead, two pure and . honest states
men like Pitt FcscQden and Mr.' Mor
rili; pronipred me to make -the 'reply I
tHd..-4 ' tfiiei -'(SiKDed) :.
" Charlottk II. MoRnm.."
; 'tYoiie carriage horses are elavtring
fearfully. If. they, go pn,at that rate
there will soon be scarcely a grease spot
of thtm lefor Take thero off.the clrcr,
boy ;,put llim in. the stable, and give
them some of Day's IIfse 'and Cattle
Powder. : That is what they want. It
costs only 35 yetiyg. .. fy.r
' hCDOU rA:nMl 'uUGITR8:': I
A CANXUDATB FOR COMMISSIONER BXs
"" ' J i 'PRESSES HIS VIEWS.
From ttie NhviUa Bauner. f ?
" jrudgcfA"!!! tlughetlj of Columbia,
onp Of the fTieputiiicair carididfates
commissioner, was, in
tKe city" today?
Banner reporter said: ' f ' . -"I
see that yott!fiavb declined ; to
join in a discussion of the railroad
commission law with Cof.'John Sav-
ase.? ,. , .. . r
. Yes," replied the ;' Judge,'- Vwe
have declined the proposition. '
"Will voii slate vour ' reason i for
" Certainly J( You see we were
nom,fnated as. candidates bytho con
knowledge. Wo; and in ' fact -th6
Republican party, are opposed to
the iawf ana oar r nominauon was
simply a"toeans of bringing tlioj is
sue befo'ro "the people and Ietsthem
say' whetiier'they favoTf V: cbnimisi
sion bi ' not! " In' oil r 1 opposition ta
the law we could "see Wothet way!
OI gelling inw uumwvu uuuio ius
wuo ppypi.t. .
' "If you wpfo elected 7 wodld you '
expect to' hold tlie office?'" ; ,
' 'Of course not; neither'of us ever,
exueciea U uoiu iuo piatc iu av;t,
if tho "Repubfican's1 get 'majority in
tne general asseiuui v, iu i ,K,"
tain thafthe' JawSt-Hl bercpealol,
and then on the' 'other hand -if i jhe
t) e ra oc r a t sr L aS I h S m ajo n ty : a fa dw &
we re 'elected,, tiey would repeaj tho
i.iw TTe belieyo, tho'iaw ' uncoiistr.
tutionai and Void, and its enactment
was a deliberate effort to indkoj war.
on the railroads, with a view of re-
warditig certain partisan leaders;
that it was a direct, strike at the
prosp'eri ty and pi o'gress o! our coup"
try, and as far'aa possible was in-
THE MOST "COMPLETE "DRY GOODS STOREIN THE SOUTH !
If yoa cannotroraeto Chattanooga
joo Will do as we'l.
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J I ' .4 i k . i I K t f
DBESS GOODS'at 10, 124, 15, 25,
2adflpceBts.per-. y ardaad L
upward.ttr .t.sJf-:-s.jn at.h
SILKS at 75c, 90c, $1,00, $1,25,
; ?2,00 and up.
DB ESSES 3fADE TO "OEDEIi
10, ei5$2Q,;$25and up.
SILK DRESSES at $25, $30, 50
: and up
! CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
fAn trnmenseMind of CLOAKS in!
j.h"6" latest fashions" and at all prices,'
Ladies', Misses' and Children's at
$2,50, $5, $6',50, $7, $S $10, $15,
$20, $25 and upwards.
SEE OTJlt NEW FALL CATA
' We pay Express r charges on all
ordeirsjof $io,pO";kud oyer when!
nioney accompanied the"' order:
' Chattanooga, Ten.' r ' '1
tended to break down tho buih.lj.ag
of railroads i-'i': fl. : .f
"Xow, entertaining these views,
we permitted our : names . to go .be
fore tho people of Tennessee, that
they niighV have a means "of. ex
pressing in a way not to be misun
derstood their bppinion In regard to
the law. With this idea of the eitu
atioPiWe do notiecl Jike expending
either our time -at mooy latravere
ingthe State in an active canvass as
candidates for an office which, in
our opinion,' ought never been creat
ed." ..".. .
' "You will not, then,' make au ef
fort at election?''
. l.""Ne,' sir. We do not expect to go
to any trouble or expense in tho
canvass.' We may possibly make a
few speeches setting forth why we
are candidates and why we let. our
names do usea as sucn, Dut we aro
forever opposed to the law and will
always fight it.
Another controlling"! influence
which induces mo to decline a joint
discussion," the judge concluded, c'is
that I cannot afford to neglect my
Judge.IIughes further said that
the," Republican candidates would
not only refuse to hold the office, if
eleeted, but would decline the sala
ry, if tendered ;them; '
. Keep it' before the people,. That a
large party of Independent Bepub
hcans, both Xorthi and South, bes
lieve:Mr. Blaine to be dishonest and
cannot and will not vote - for him,
but have come out and joined tho
Independent Bipublijcans and are
going to vote for Cleveland and Hen
dricks and for. reform tho Gov;
ern'tnont. They., believe that Mr.
Cleveland is the very. manA that, is
needed, as,he(is.a man of nerve; as
no nas ana win turn out rascals. e
TIIE REV GfcO. If. THAYER, of
Bourbon, Ind., says: " Both myself
and wile owe eur lives to bliiloh s Coa
V1- -. -fy' vJ
Are you made. miserable by Iudigeetion',
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appe
tite, Yellow Skin ? s JShiloh'aiVitaliz. r
is a positive cure, f l ;-
j .. -
Why. vi ill you c ugh when "Shiloh's
(Jure wiligjve immediate relief. Ptice'
10c, 50c., and $1.
Shiloh s Catarrh .Remedy a positive
core for Catarih, Diptheria and Canker
Moutfav ; if."i t u .
,,IIacfcmetaek!,;T-ft Listing and fragrant
perfume. Price 25ant 50 cects.
Shilnhs Cure' will Immediately, relieve '-
.Croup, s VVoopj.ng ? Cough . and f itron-
Jv" I i,.-.f.
For Dyapepsia and Liver Cfimplaint:;"
you have a printed guarantee on eyey
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. ' ; It never
fails to cure.1 ' ' - ! ' ,
A Nasal Injectt t froc with each 1 bottle
of Shiloh's Catarrh Reniedy. Trice 50
' For sale by W. P. Carriger, druggistr
jan23 m - --.. t
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE
The Best Salve In the world far
cats,.; Draiscs r Sorest j Ulcers, Silt
Rbeiim.'Feveri Sore?, Tetter, Chapped
hneds, Chilblains, Corns, and all skin
Eruptions, and Rnntiyely : cures Pilea',
6r no pay feq'uire-t. 'It ' i?' guaranteed
to erive perfect satisfHctiorj, or money,
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. :
For sale hyAr,P, Carriger, Morxistownc
i ,:: - Lf
-v'"-v . .;
Cool nights and'waVm'days ire eure
to breedmorepr If ssinaTarIaTTo avoid
severe; ;andRheumfttism, kep
j'ouTxbe wais ppea' with Pr, Hart's Blood
ahd LWeills?vTberetlic best in
use i- - Bei D " Wtir ely vegetable, t hey
are entirely harmless, .it the same time
pflweftful. Try them. Foj.Cyughp, use
Sjmph jx.v Fer Pains, Dr;jiart' Great
RMief & t '
r3 ,-, ' -. ' :--4-'7? "I ''
MorristotviA Prodiaco -TSarket.
UZZli s:UupaRiSTOWN. Opt. 8, 4884.1-
w6hat .:.?. -..r. i 70
FLouB'ACt . ; ; 'inm 50
MEAL4' .? i".".:.-.n . i.ii - tU
AJ J A A AMI . ...
KGGSJ..:..:!.'. "A S ?..U-i
5 fci AO
3WEET rOTATOES.".; TV. i J 4 CO
IRISH FOTATOE3i.i i 40
PORK. .-.l.,-v.;f.-v;i.' -j.
A.PPLE82 . .v. tfi . . i a n 3
TALLOW... ...r,;.,..,,.,, vt Jl
FLAXSEED..'. . .. ..a .. - v 1 0
BEESWAX... ..v.... 28
VEACnES.T.i-tV'. .V.i iV: 5
FEATHERS. . .'. . . . . . 40
YEI4YETS AND TELYJETEENS,
; :50c l5e 510 $1,25 2,00 aud
to seen(-e wih yii- would)' s'e oil you
f 1 1 1 1 1 M
M I il l I
X tiilir all
; Tasty, fashiocable Millinery can only be pro
cured in a first-class large establishment where
thj-'have all the facilities. !:..: . t- . ;
i 2othiag is ao important te laJy'a appearance
as a becoming Hat or Bonnet .
i t i.
Command see usVTWecan
: i s. s . . t ? . - 1 ' . . .
' 4f you-send an order you can rely on getting as
gtxxi'BB' article as we can put up for tbe amount
of-fltpuey jou. cnd ' ; ; 1
Jfc'Iavd !ht Correct SliIcs.
y 1 j it
Try 04 on Kid Gloves, Ladies' an J GeLtituncii's
Hoiseryf Necitware aad Under srtor.
D. kVEMAN& CO.,
HA KtliVA Ki I r.
G e rftraj c'iViarb I e Works.
e and firamte Monuments,
sVVIRE FEfyCIISG TO ORDER,
- j " . . r - Morristnwu, Tennessee.
Oct. 1st if
v rS,n,, iruu uuu
t St. ' uperbly aud prolusely
'',V-dy rrbven-a briUiant aweceas . Absolutely mint t amenta sre f ncrgotie
ZLJ aoC. ?toyZ 1SS1n Pald t0 8uital"V.ra.- ItiU pay pu; to uUtiaf.
and wide a
AdiU t-ss our
J. a. CHAMBEBS
Gi apest Store iu
y-. :.i :..M-i-M--,7f." . - '-iiAlll!i t : f - ' .h ;
. . . TTIIS ' LW - ' : ' - '
NOW COMIXG IN AT TIIE
... ::.... ; ' : - . .
j'RIATnS HW BICEt'BI.ppD,
1 And will completely changre tlio blood la tJio easlr ayatem Jn'tbr montlia.. Ai?ror
" son who will take 1 FiIIsch night from 1 to 13 weeks, may be restored to some
v health, it such a thing: be possible, for curing Female Complaints these Pills have b
equal. Physicians nso them in their practice. Sold everywhere, or sent by mail tot
eight letter-BtajmpsT Send for circular. . I. S. JOIINSO St CO., BOSTON-, MASS.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT T'k
XeuralgU, Influenza, 8ore Lnner. Blfedin; at the Limps, (,"hronl Voa'.ieooaa, Hacking Congh, Wlioupinc Cough,
Chronio Ithetnoaham, Chronic liitrrhox Chronic lyaantery, Cholira Merbn, Kidmjr Tmablwr Ikiwm of Mit
Spine and Lame Back. Sold STerywber. Soud for pamphlet to I. S. Johvsom A Co., Itorrow, Mass.
An EnRlith Veterinary Snieon and Chemist.
jiow traveling in this awintry, sayithat moat
of the Horse and Cattle I'owdera sold here
are wonhtess trash. lie sa-a that Sheridan's
Condition Powders are absolutely pur and
nenselv valuable. Nothing on earth win make hens
tolpiutfood. . Sold sverywlkara, or ssot by mail fur
' m,mm " "' --' - - " t '
. MOitRISTOWN, TENN.,-' - '
i- U,. " Dealer'Jn aud
Kalian and American Marble
' OR ANITE MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, Etc.
;?(. ,.?. r- ?; i.jt .- -.,..., . , : , .. , . , !... ,
fTtf ?, tf
eXlii. J. "
-eacU couuty. .
" : . . r .
Month and Board
'.Yonntf Men or Ladles In
ty'. ' Address P. f l Zikuleu
It.Mita hi) I llrnrt . ctlia.,s-aaj I.ttug-n,
hi riuit. ft-tiUy, tr IH s t'4uaU. .
tutfttn and Weaknr of lh Uidnya,Blaf
iter Irlwary Orxasas.aak your ln-upyUl luT
t$ yZT- PKAS. TV. SCOTT'S
i BLOOD, UllkU & JitUVK TOMC.
It yoar lthfut does not k nop it k Lin ta order H
lor jo a. $1. per bottle. (aea.Ufff audlrau
to Vh Qrewteat MtMlicH) Uim'o.-ry ot modei a tnu.
for pamphlet, with full fiartiouinm. iu1d:e
isAS. W. SCOTT M.O., Kanri's City. MO
V9 Jr. acQTTSi'iri.iH iLs..
rorder by roail direct to th.i fl m.and
CaiTefe, Oil Cloths, IWudo w
Tho house in theSoutli koei-a a beUr or larger
tock. . Come and see us.- We will :, . . i-
SAVE YOU THE RAILROAD EXPENSE
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; f Our prices are tho lowest; QuUity fho test ..
Cotton Chain Carpets,' 2Cc ftrd up.
lAll Wool Filling, r t 35c aud up.
All Wool, extra su per, 50c and up.
Brussels, - 5Sc and up.
. . -
Body Brussels, Velvets, Moqiiet
; " tes, Kus, aiattiiijjSr "Etc. .
- . 5: i .1 : ...) a. , ; ., ; .;, , . .. .
Corespond with us.
Wiiolosalo prlc6a to dcaleri
D., B.jLOVEMAN &:.C0.
Cn ATTANOOG A , TENN.
aprl6 84 ly
AGENTS FOR - OUR NEW BOOK,
"Words that Burn; or Truth and Lifo."
Entirely new ami original. Fresh from tha pmea ; aparkUng wiili choic-
in wora'i oeat antnora. lpgautl,r bound:
iltuBtrated Nothing like it ever i)la,d l.for
k CO., Cbicago.in , fit? Louia, Mo., Atlanta, Ga.
East Tennessee i!
Ml illlliM MHUMB
CROUP, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT wUiiiMtan
taiMuutly r.lier Uiaaa terribU dueaM, and will poaiUvely
cure ci;.i cnm out of ten. Information that will aavt
many liTct aait Irae by mall. Dou't daisy s moaianL
1-reveation ia Uttr than cars.
lay Ilk Sheridan's Condition Powder. Baje, 1 tessp'a.
tetter-stamp. X. &. wouasoa M Co., Uoiiruv, Hamo.
Manufacturer of f
100 STYLES.' . . $'22 to $000.
IligQRHt lktxiora at all great WorldSi Exttlbitluna
for Keveiite,! jeare, Ouly Aurioaa t)rj;au
awarded kuuq at any. For cash, euy jaymema
or rcuteil, . . , - "
' UPRIGHT PIANOS'
jir aentinj? Very liiKhcwt etool enn y4 attuiued iu
sui-h lntruinvut; aiUliiiR to all pruvitMia iut re
nirutti. ua vt great valua thau any; srcarinK
ruont iire, rt &uc t cutiaioal tor.t a and increased
dtiralilit; Miwillj avoidiug liability to get out
of time. Illiiktraled cataligue lra.
HasonicaiiiliaOrpii aidFiaii Co,,
' Bton,'154TrfmoBt St;N York,
4i K Si ; Vhi a;., 149 Wl ah Ave,
f - r. I
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