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l ?' HISTORICAL SOCIETY ' c" , ' CLEVELAND, o. IiTJjiN CjtfC LIST m 'orristotDB $wt, rnBLisiiEU Br L. & G. E. SPECK $2 terms: A TEAR, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Professional Cards. DENTISTRY. DENT1STUT. THOS. J. SPECK, D. D, S. O r F 1 C K H : Bogersville, Tenn.. from 1st to 15th of each month. Morristown, from 15th to last of each month. TERMS Casta or Its equivalent DR. J, K. ROB E R T 8 0 N, Mornstotcn, Tcnn. Having resumed the practice of his pro fession, may be consulted during t lie day at his office, on Main street, (three doors West of tha store of Earnest, Pence & Briscoe), or at his residence after nisht. When absent from office, for information make inquiry at Coulter & Browser's drugstore. " jeU2m THE MORRIS WN GAZETTE. Jkrftsing plates: One o,nare, (ten line, or Wet,) for tnt tnrrti One I ..., , ,;,.,.;wl, !ftywo, Vol. V No 24. MOBRISTOWN, TENN., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1871. Two Dollals a Year. SpM- I One :jiinre. i wo squares, Three Mjnarcs, fourth olumu, iialf Column, Uue Column, Miscellaneous Advertisements HilUNG SEASON jg J. FELLHEf MER, WHol.KSH.l; IIK.W.CR IN MILLINERY GOODS, Cloaks and Furs. SPECIALITY : LADIES' UNDER GARMENTS AND READY-MADE SUITS. SALESROOMS 352 Baltimore street and 31 .North Howard street, mar29 3m. BALTIMORE, MD. New Advertisements. R. MrSHEllltr DOLL. A U. M'OTT. President, secretary. W. W. LKtTVHl II, Superintendent. KNGXVILLE TOBACCO MARUFACTCEINC COMPASS MASL WCTCRKKS OF FINE CHEWING TOBACCO. P. M. WILLIAMS, Commission Merchant, Factory Agent for Sale of DR. C. E. FULLER. A Graduate of the Augusta Medical College, j RQfJKFGRD COTTON YARNS TTJv-v- 'lt V , U; SHEETINGS, BATTINGS, A'Ifir' T T X" I" i TENN., and tenders his professional services to the people, of rliat vicinity. June lath, 1W. R. BEN. F. MtFARLAND Has located in Morristown, and tenders Ti is 'professional .services to the citizens of this comitunitv. Office over the store of Morrjg, KidweH A Co., with J. P. Evans, Esq. jlEL T . M A G K E , M . D SU-RGEON AND PHYSICIAN. Will give special attention to the TKEATMENT OF DISEASES 0 WOMEN', Mhrkistdwk, Tex a. SplStf WW. L A N G H O R N E. . Attorney at Law, And Solicitor in Chancery, GORMAN'S DEroT, COcKE COUNTY, K. TUN'S. Jr ti-es in tSe cunti s of oc", JffTrn, Sevier, Un-oii. Grtinger and Greene. C Mee ti"D a-terifle 1 t ir i"rt y. ipl-1-lv Carpet Chain, Grain Sacks, Paper, it., 4c., Consignments solicited of Bacon. Lard, Flour, Grain, Tobacco, Feathers, Bees wax, Ginseng, Flax Seed, &c. Yarns Advanced on Produce. GAY STREET, KNOXVILLE, TENN. marli 1 v. J. . bosk, Late ot' Virgiuia. J. C. MMUt ROSE ii .HODGES, ATTOR.XEVS AT LAW, Mur. i.floicH, Tenn. Will practice in the courts of Jetferson, Grainger and adjoining counties, and in the Supreme court at Knoxville. AH business entrusted to them will re ceive prompt and careful attention. fe23. K. M. Ilarton. Wm. McKarland ARTON, McFAKLAND & EVANS, R H. DIBIELL Tobacco Commission Merchant, No. 1317 Carey Street, R , C 11 M O N 1) . VI R G I N I A . EtiTA BLISII KD 1844. Offers his service fir the sale of Tobacco Wheat and Corn. sep'J-.'!m l. I I) j: B ATTORNEYS AT LA IV. Marrlston, Tcnn. Will practice their profession in Jeffer son anil ail die. adjeining o unties of East Teiiu----c". and in die Supreme and Fed eral courts at Knoxvilic. Id-Collections made in all parts t' East Tennessee. nal&r WILSON, BURKS & CO., Wlio!csa!f Cows and Commissiuo Mercha. ts, 30 b. llow ft stre'1, corner or Lombard, B .A L TIM R E . We keep constantly on hand a large and well assorted stock of Gimm'kkies, snttable for the Soutluru and Western trade. We solicit consignment of Country Pro duce, such aa Cotton, Feathers, Gin wg, S. T. Evan. ; Been wax. Wool. Dri.-d Fruit. Fur Skins, etc. Our facilities for doing business are such as to warrant quick .sales a:ri prompt returns. All ordjrs will have our prompt attention. (air '-T-lv) We manufacture of strictly Pur e Vir ginia Leaf, The following brands of Tobacco, Which we offer at low prices, viz. "Queen of the East" 'Temptation" "Three Kings." We respectfully solicit SAMPLE ORBERS FROM THE TRADE, Feeling satisfied that these Brands will give Satisfaction TO BOTH DEALER AND CONSUMER. Address orders or letters of inquiry for quotations to Emm Tobacco ManukrtarinrCom;any, lock box f.. KNOXVILLE, TENN. juneT tf. Miscellaneous Advertisements SIMMONS' The symptoms of Liver Complaint are uneasiness and pain in the side. Sometimes the pain, is in the shi. older, and is mistake for rheumatism. The stomach is afl'ecte with loss of appetite and sickness, bowelai, feiiera! costive, sometimes alternating wi lax. The head is troubled with nain. nP& dull, heavy sensation, considerable lossy of memory, accompanied with painful sensa tion of having left undone sometrf1'nP which onghr to have beendone. Often com r)lainin? of weakness, debiiitv. audi 'ow spirits. Sometimes many of the above id tne CAMILLA . muii'ri voice, bat the sight of a hand- Paul Smith was a poor old man. some and polished gentleman, with Hi bad a tack room in the top of a diamond stad in his snowy linen, a heavy ring upon his dainty white odsy lodiring.hoube, where hosiept nights, and munched bin Is of broad and cheese Qr lio- no. sausage, when he could af-l wun nis oarnina, wnoo wondrous LIVEK allv the organ mo3t svmmo-iis atte 1 . ,i tlisea.e, and an oiuer imes vctv few n them ; but the liver gener- involved. -ure the Liver with IR 8 i ni o n s ' ' LIVER REG U L A'- TOR, A preparation of roots and 'cerbs, war ranted to be strictly veget ca" no injury to any one It has been" used by hui dreds. and known tor the last 40 years oJ of the u..d harmless preparations ever offered to snfljaay' . mornino; lt taken remarry ana persistently, it is sure to cure. DrepeBaieH headache, jaundice, costive- heailaciie. J ftjd it,) from whence ho crept, as less aud unnoticed as a fly, n the corner ol the uintry t, to the iitLle music shop of Bertmann, a German sotUur ho. Ire he tinkered all day on l violins and other musical merits, never absenting hirn- a moment, save on Satur- tornoons. when he went to use ol a Miiall trudesmun to the piano to three or lour m " i.'.i In stnpiu girls. Sundays h will you wait for rny return f 'Wait for you ? Iam not going to run away.' 'You dt not comprehend mo. hand, unquestionable broad-cloth ' Well, it is better so. Perhaps too upon his back, in close conversation j years later you may understand me. Good by, Camilla. beauty had of late startled even ! good-by.' K:bs i u. . WiT. r. n. i is m . ;3oo je'fo! 8 oe.'tis oe ; S 00 ; l OU 12 90' 1H 00 10 or. ) -M 00' 30 DO' 40 00 IS 00 , 30 W: 40 00. 60 Mi j2u 00 - 40 OOJ 0 001 100 00 me his dull perception, was more than Paul could bear. He was a very small man had been in his youth and now that Time's witheri;;c fi offers had toueh- im, he was shriveled an J dried like withered fruit, but in his virtu ous indignation he puffed out his fullest extent, and in his falset to voice piped. 'Cam i Ha, how dare you invi.e any ono here?' 'Oh, tfocfo P-.ul. Tnis is Mr Clavering, a gentltmau whose trp in his dn, and amused j whoo- 1 . L 1 1 L .11 TTT , , , . J C rT ( f . m uu, nooouy a.new no.v, uutii 'noso mottier sue ea.eu iroru xe great neart oi tlie music- .. I. I . j;J t Bft 'i r ."insr 1-cteatb. Yorr nieue, sir, a lew uar i lormir t.ttD e II. T. KVJ NS. UUKK I.L'.VIS. w E Attorneys at Laic, ROG K R S V 1 I, L E , T E N N . WILL practice in the Courts of Daw kins, Ha icock. Sullivan, Hamblen, Jetfer.-ion and Grainger. lftl'"' 'j- II P F I TIRO N B A. Attorney at Law, G R E M E V I L L E , T E N N . Will attend the circuit and efcaoeefj etrttrts of the first Judicial Watriet of Tennessee, and also, the coubUm of JeBer--oii and Cock, mmi will practice in the Supreme anil Federal courts :it Knoxviiie. Collections promptlv attenile'l to. declMv. NEAL. PA II 11 E R & N E A L, AiiMuna it nw. Greenwood "' fttttctiffa, .fi". Will prsctice in all the State courts in -stem Arknti"as, in tire Supn inc (iw.rt at Little Itock, Bit in the crncnit ami MffatMMrtaal Van Bnn ii. Will mM url to t'.n- eolh-ction of all claims l oiiiniit Ceil to their dim in western Arhiinsax, orth Kasteni I'exas, ami tlie Indian NatioiK. Hill piircUnse kmJ niaki- atlvnmi nients upon priEmile, when a riW ription .t qaantlt , iial Itv, locality, anl satisfactory referi-nce be pivei june a-ly- Miscellaneous Cards. Sam .1. Fain WITH STEWART & CO., Wholesale Grocers Commission Merchants, No. 13 North Howard Street. BALTIMORE, MD. Prompt atid special aUenlioii triven to all orders and consign nenls. ap'JT. Penniuiaii & Bro. Importers and Wholesale Heaters in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC O. B. Smith & Co., nOUIMI Jt BETA II. PEaLT.KS IM Mb, Slaii ntry id Kany Cnb, Depositor of the Am. S. S. Cutou. GaV STtUtBT, .VsKT.jK.NWUiE, TENN. Depot for all the Periodicals of the Day. joiix s. nisTtsi;. ED win r. MAY. R1ST1NE I MAY, MANUFACTURERS A.VIl lO'At.i CABINET FURNITURE AND AM. USDs OK attrasses Patent Bed Springs CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, Factory in North Knoxville. W:rexm:. M: Blotk, Gy llret. KSIXTILLS, TENN. mar '.." f v. Evans & Lewis, SncrcMeri t rage k Co.) 50 Gay street, Hnoi iile, Term. iiKAi.tus ra BOO TS, S 110 E S . HATS, CAPS, T r u n k s, Um br e 1 1 a s. Railroad Bags, ifec, &c. Prompt attention given and satisfaction guaranteed. jol I .'!rn. ABRAHAM BURTON, GROCER A .Vl COMMISSION MERCHANT, In, 13 and ')' Tfamort trat, Peters b u r g . Pi r g i n i a . C-aSr- Special ttnnlinn given to the. Sale and Purchase of ail kinds of Grain and Produce. iaDl.1 tf. WM. WALLACE SONS, General Coinuii.ssion Meichanta AXI Vthotesate MAquor Sweaters o. 1213 iiry Street, jrL xc i-r iwr o jm u, va. 1. B. CAPKRS, Salssmak. LIBERAL CA SII A 1 V A NCES ! made on shipeients of Grain. Kloof I and coiinrry prou lice, Baron. Lard. Hideo, I Ac. Bmt market rate?, obtained and prompt retsurni marie on ail nitieleo en- I trxati A to our cari janl8-ly i P1 afcSiriir There n re a tew rtaintles : he never wont to cbarcb ; but be pick it raororerl nil i IH Mn r.,rfi 4Ka i.mc.. REGULATOR, lebronio diarrha-a, a! nient when they tell near him. and j The bones were restive, and bfd- i fe -tiom" of the bladder. ; , . . , , ,. , . . , , , bMMMMBMl,,,, j,,v,.r , , , . . gave tnein bmt jumniea when be ding the driver attend to them, she nr - . i hiMs. diseases ,t the skin, impurity j had any, shared bis dinner often i began to ascend unassisted. Her of the blood, melancholy, or deprewiou of with raangy, dirty cur, who acted ! foot was on the step when the ani- st.irits, hoarthiirn. colic, or rmins in the r bowels: t,ain in tLe head fever and amie ! as a sort of estape-val ve for the ill- ; ma!s pruitig forward and fluno; her r - I - temper of half the men and women j violently from her foothold. But in the street; and ho roused &mt J for the sudden act of your niece, 11 111 . -i U U I tboroofirbtitre. when my mother's carriage drew u.o to tne parement. It was a very quiet street and so Camilla lifted her head and kiss ed him. In all probability the child would have kissed him in the main thoroughfare as -readily as there, and I only mention the fact of the street being a quiet ono to silence' the startled propriety of those are i-hockcd at the publicity of it, Well, there they parted. lie to go oyer the sea, she to remain at home and improve toe opportunities he had placed before her. of the airitate waa agitated with mingled Lonisfamen) a id awe. A new son BtreM hud bien criticised, picked j and fell back ntiff' and helpless. r-. th i me, and to be my wife.' She drew him away lor a brief moment, and laid her weary bead within his arms. Then ihe passed on to her dressing-room and when she returned she put out h&r band saying, 'Oh, Richard, take me ! avay ; I am soul-sick of all this.' 'And you will only sing ' 'In your nest. Come, we most not forget Uncle Paul, He is waiting in the box forme.' Toe box was near at band, and in a moment they stood at the door. It was ajar, and Itichard pushed it open to allow Camilla to enter, and smw the old man -itting in one of the luxurious chairs, bis bead lying back upon the soft cushions, and his hands peacefully folded. L iicio Paul !' crisd Camilla, 'Why, yon naughty boi home. Ah !' She started back with a cry, for hand she touched was icy cold, dropsy, boils, pain in the back, etc, Prepared otilv bv j: el zeflin co., Dreggiata, Macon, Oa. Price.:!; bv n,ail I.t5. (marl lv. F. M. SAMES, Carpenter, House Joiner and Contractor. M 0 KRTST0 W N, TE N Iff. AJ ILL giro, prompt attention to all T orders for -work in Li line. Satis faction geoionKuwl iii every particular, and prices fur all work as iibeial as eonld be desired. Solici's Orderi fur the car penters work on buildings of every description. X XX X A V LOR, Photographer, Ilyan from bis midnight snooze in the gutter many a cold night, anil laterally carrier him boit e to Noras and the 'children.' As for his honesty, a neighbor remarked, 'if he found five shillings in the street, he'd wear out ten shillings worth of strength and shoe leather to find the owner.' One cold night Paul was return ing trom his work, With a loaf o! bread under one am and a vioi.n under the other, when at the street door he stumbled, arid nearly fell who "received rny mrtber in her strong yoaog arms, the full might have proved a futal one. My moth er at unce entered a shop, and keep inir vour niece near her, sent for me. I came to-day, at my moth er's earnest request, to express our heartfelt gratitude, and to offer--' 'Yon needn't offer Camilla a pen ny, sir. S'ie will never suffer while I've a pair of hands to work for her.' said Paul. 'Yoa mistake me. I do not wish I to insult you, but would raise thia ever piecemeal ground to the finest point dissected, examined through the most perfect musical miscro scope,and pronounced perfect! And now the manager of a first-elas fashion patronized theater bad en gaged htr for a sin trie night at an almost fab wa to The was cr The or in : a rnurm rustiiti sound rolled us sum ir voiet carne. from pi atid the world The theater t to roof. The iheatra pealed forth a strand e, the expectant crowd filled r wiih perfume, and soft rs of whispering voices and j silks arose in a subdued and then the broad curtain ind disclosed the eieant- "Camtila, darling, come away. 1 will attend to him.' lOh, K.chard P "Husti love, he is bevond us now. Those strains of music dare carried t i a toheaven, trom whence tbey came.' The poor old man was dead. With toe consumatioa of bis heart's with, bisfquiet, unpretending, un- ffending life, had passed out into che newj'existenee. There were loud growls in tbo music loving world, but nothing ever came of them; for K'chard Ciavering r m jved their singing bird so deftly that few knew tho up ana disclosed tne elegant-1 cause of her Sight, and now she ly fit'e'i S1 uge. j aj n: r nnlv tn hi in. and to her hronrl i of outiir Claveri ntrs. vu- eiAy there was a rush in the j tiding, and eyes grew fcright Steal object crouched on the bild Trom her poverty and educate I with eager anticipation, as from the A. Hi MOKRISTOWN, II; TKNN. sed an outfit prepared 1NG Lat.-lv purcha- :n A. 1 . Hunt. 1 am i to luriii-li all kinris ol t.ard Picinres as I well as Cabinet and other sizes, as her.-to- j fore wade bf A. T. Hunt. I pledge mv Le-l efforts U the entire pubheand respect- ny solicit tneir pemmnae. Kespeetfully, T. D. TAYLOR, mav31 .'Im. Iluiiu Old Btsed. w K E K & PANBIOI ll'.LK N Have a s lia.ors. lealv 0 HUKUltiiUWA, I Klin p splenuK up sharp iiiwavs D. A . NEILSON, COMMISSION MERCHANT, Kor the ta! ot nm, i:rn,n;i:NM HMNCI BEHKSlUTo f u. 9k Uarkd M.. thallanooga, Tcnn. Prompt a'.tentio:; ivtn tO nii COffcftinMEDeDtl MOKRISTOWN MARBLE WORK!!. (i KOI! ii- boa trustr CsOCCn is crili :d will give all hi-; personal att - .fl K d -ire to make known to the puti lie that we are now fully prepared to till, on short notice, all orders for u. T. Sex, of Tenn. . I. cox, of Tenn. H. T. CO X & BROTHER. Commission Merchants, Forsyth Street. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. Prompt attention Riven to the saleof PreSnce. trieeertes and (ieneral MerrhandKe, Ami tillinfr orders lir Prodace or Meroitaudise. Refer to Business Houses generally of Fast Ten nes-eeanrl Southwestern V irginia. Business Houses generally of Atlanta. French, Brown k Co.. and others, Chatta- noosra. Tenn. Sfarseneale & Co., and w to lil! fjp 0 M B S TONES MONUMENT A ash vi lie, Tenn. i- Co., Balti Wilson, Burns j ian'20-mii H . D . Watchmaker LORD, aud Jeweler, No. 10 North Howard S'reet, V. O. I'KSSIM AS. FltAS' IS A I.15EKT. JOHN II. II IK I., J. A. CLABSSOX. Vi A T TTArOT? s U X-a. JJ J. J. liJ. V - I jf 7-3m. lEOPLF S BAN K OF KNOXVILLE JOS. P.. MITCHELL, G. T. McGQEE, CAniru. PucsinaaT. STOCKHOLDERS. -C M. Mi-Ghee, John R. Biianvkr, Jos. R. Mrrcaxix, Thos. H. Calloway. We purchase and sell tatted state Storks. I Biied states ('unpens. Tennessee t oupuns. County and City Coupons, Kail road storks, Kan I. Notes. Specie, East Tennessee and Virjrinia R. R, Coupons, and Eest Tennessee and Utorfria K. K. Coupons. JOS. R. MITCHELL. oc24yl Cashier. Sawed White Pine ami Poplar SHINGLES. Manufactured by J. W. MILLER & CO. For sale in quantities to suit purchaser ;, from 5T6 to 5-8 of an inch in thickness as ordered, by. J. B. SHIELDS, Apent. je!4-3m. Wolf Creek. Tenn. AND GEXKRAL 'l I E A L Kit IN Uiaches, ftodft iitocirr, jfiiir iliarid f!IS. Silver and Fluted Ware, SPKt'T.trLKS. PISTOLS, CAKTaiBfiltS, Ae., Ae. MAIN THKET, MORSJBXOWJT, TKXX. Hair Work made to Order, Repairing done on Short Notice, All work executed Promptlv ami Satisfactruil v. Of anv size or style of workmanship. SLABS, Highly finished, of anv size. s , Of any desired size aud style. FURNITURE MARBLE, &c. Competent judges pronounce the mar- j ble of our qnlurry, the finest of . in r r i r u if. .fa n h 7 r - , Frir fineness of textnre and for durability. We have a iareand varied stock of work on hand and invite ari inspection of our stock, as we are confident that we can rive satisfaction boih in style of work, quality of material ami prices. CARRIGER i HODGES. jel4tf Proprietors. WM. K. WILSON, m'i.iikk tUKt, KNOXVILLE, TENN., UKXttAL Commission Merchants. And BeaJotl In Flour, t.raln, t ountrj Produce, irwrerir., Ae. Consignments solicited and prompt at tention jriven to all business en (mated to our care, and ''ash remitted 0:1 dav of Hale. L.-ttcrs of enquiry promptly answered. Cash paid for Wheat, Corn and Oats, and sacks furnished on demand. jian4-lv T. W. FITZPA1RICK t& re? , over a i step. ! 'Bless us! What's thiaf cried Paul, striving to regain hiaeijuil ibrinm. 'Only rce ?ir!' and the pmall ob ject utood up. a.'id becanie a very pale, ti.iti ai.il ragged child. 'Are you hurt, little giii f 'No, pir.' 'What are you doir out here in ! the cold T 'Nftthing ' 'Why duii't yon o home?' 'I ain't L:'t anv !' 'Dear me! Wiiere'eToar moth err 'In heaven '.' At ibis Paul was dumbfounded ; and neen that rre:;; tears were Bte Jitigdi Wn the child's wan face, he ihru.-t the violin natter the aria which had he'd the bread, and pnt I tin' the otbr r amnnd the tiny fi; , ure. he ea;d, On ! I've got a home a really jo ly place! Come up : and Mi e ' AnJ this is the way old Paul came to have a neat little hoiise- keeper, and to be buying calico gowns and shoes out id his poor salary. People wondered at the sight of this bent old man, hitherto a'ono and uncared for, now walking daily to his work with his hand upon tbe shoulder of the odd, yet pretty ; faced girl, looking at her with hon est pride brightening his eyes, and ! laughing as loud its she whenever her, that she might be of uso to yriu and herself, and become a re fined woman. Don't let your selfish love stand in her light, and sbnt it 0 it from ber. She sings like a prima donna, and wishes to study til 'inic' The great lustrous eyes of the chi d turned imploringly to her new guardian. 'Lor'. Camiila, I can't Ptand in your sray. I know you're every bit a born ladv. if your poor fr- w;ng ca A ta;i rne the debutante. , graceful girl, with gleam ing shoulders, and white, perfectly shaped arms; with a crown of pur ple DtacK hair upon lib irreat, dark oy er ".d, and then wi ieh shyness veiling thernsei vee be- Ong lushes; a mouth, and beautiful, and a r as the pure white satin neath th. sett, tend the regai head; is scanning the th almost child- ct'pl til robe : and tLev 01 nor bad seen a!i the long-talked of and among wretcnes wn child i; to. the cold art breath had left her bo nie, 1 C 'Ii And a ) turned so'n co tier the A roar like the trashing of di tar.t waters eonndeJ in her ear. Esther Pointed. In a New'Jersey town 8number f politicians, all who were seeking rffice under the government, were sealed under a tavern porch, when an old toper named Joel D , a person who Was very loquacious when corned, but exactly tbe oppo site whrn sober, said that ho would tell them a story. They told him 'o tire away, whereupon he spoke as follows : A certain king I don't recol lect his name h:.i a philosopher upon whose judgment he alwsys depended. Now it happened that riav the lyirg took it into bis :TI oban y :. not. ot appl. li,vn ill serve little uamtlta, and si.e st all tievcr leave you, hut shall prove a blessing to you in your old age.' 1'au! could saj- nothing, strange ' i;lor departed, further injury to his dari an eio'jucut glance from pressive pair ol eyes. Then from tbe gloomy hones to a miui: set of few streets off went Pan 1 rr. the joke came in. But d Paul looked unconcerned, evaded the MORRISTOWN. TENN. WILL Give his prompt personal at tention to Painting Paper-ban;rin, Gin zinsr. etc. Having had practical exneri. ence in his business for a number of year, questions of thecurious, and learn ed to love nothing better in this world than the little waif, Camilla. ami empiovi.itf none but first cl men. he can insure satisfaction. Prices moderate. Orders lor work to he done in the country, on the line of either Railroad running into Morn-town, will receive prompt attention. opl5 tf ; and Bowing .-.owlv Lt iii-- l." n in the on le odor of the foot- iiiits, her benatiful head erect, her eyes glowing with excitement, her beauty enhanc ed by the elegance of and the her ceatttme, Ctpiilla, the poor iit with no j tie waif, the child of poor old Paul tg than Smith, the protege of proud Rich ttti ex- i ard Clavering, received the homage I of the assembled crowd. When the acclamation bad cas ed, the orchestra b,-gan a eof phony; and then through the baiiding echoed the clear, pure .other being, in his : notes of a vo:oe that sounded far e'eaner work clothes and Sunday I away, a dreary, mvstic voice, full - I - suit, earned from increased number : of hope, of doubt, of pain. Hear- of pupils provided through the j er, atiU nearer it sounded, and hope willing assistance of thir philan- j half drowned tbe doubts, but vet a I 1 - - tbropical friend Ciavering. j plaintive sorrow seemed to remain. Day after day Camilla went with j It, came nearer, and the sorrow was her books to the teat herso strange- a ball-expectant, trembling glimpse ly provided ; ami after a little time of something better; and then sud- there came days when passers paused to listen to the warbling of the rich young voice. When she had been there six nulla, and tbe to look i.ke a r lodeioi chambers a ami La- or wretch began L. H. ROGAN & CO. Proprietors ot the KNOXVILLE FOUNDRY AND Machine Shop . WANTED O N O R D E R . 25,000 Pounds washed Wool. 25,000 " unwashed do. For which we are authorized to buy for cash at the highest market price as to condition. Lee, Taylor & Co. Lyuchburjr, Va. Waited. Fifty to One Hundred SHARES OF STOCK In Virginia and Tennessee Railroad for which tbe Highest Price Will be paid ia Cash, Apply to MORRIS, KI DWELL & CO. Situated on Broad Street, near Railroad, KXOXV1LLE, TENN. Manufacturers of CAS TING S Of all kinds, either IRON OR BRASS. They make a speciality of Circular Saw Mills Which they manufacture of the very best quality anri warrant fully equal in service and durability to anv mills .Man ufactured. They are also prepared to manufacture or repair I. B. M'CRARYj MORRISTOWN, TENN., IlKAI.ER IN ! Prv Co:ds, Groceries, Hardware, Quccnsware, Boots, Shoes, Notions, &c. ALSO KEEPS ON HAND Butter, eggs, chickens, turkeys And marketable Vegetables. Housekeepers can Save Money and Time by always calling at my house when they want the above named poods. Country People can always get Good Prices for their Produce, and Goods at Fair figures, by calling on me. Call and give me a trial. Store on Main Street, West end of Town. apC tf.l G. B. Mr CRARY. Hotel Cards. deniy the strange voice broke forth in a triumphal strain, and listeners held their breath as the wondrous notes rang cut upon the air, and then died away. For a moment a deathly silence reigned, but it was for a moment There w?re many, many days, i months she entered one morning to when rheumatism drew Paul up by , find Mrs. Ciavering in the music the tiro in the old, back attic, and ; master's room. drew the last penny out of the di- : 'What do you propose to do with only ; and then the building vibra lapidated old purse; but brave lit- your famous pupil?' said her soft j ted with a crash of enthusiasm that tie Camilla, never forgetting how : voice. came from the muic crazed audi- near death sho had been on that 'Madam, Camilla is quite capable once. Men arose in their seats, bitter night of their meeting, el- j! of doing anything in a musical land hundreds dung their floral ways found a word toward off bun- j way. She will be a songstress of j tributos at her feet. n ri I-....,. . I . . 1 .V, 1 ' K I . - 1 . . L T . ... .. ..... . .. - I t nMlMft i Tm , . T 1 1 , , . f t 1 : . . ) .-.. , 1 w. HE Unrlersicrnerl hsvinir leaser! ti e a'ove : ' luul "S -"" nuuui una cvvnwj w ec nvuu. j. . "-"i vuu bright until help came. j Ah, here she is!' one where the music master and The winter of 186- came in like j 'l'on have improved wonderfully, ' manager sat, an eld, odd looking a lion, as many a poor wretch well j my child,' said the lady, holding j man waved his handkerchief and and with the first ; out her gloved band. 'I came to cheered, with great tears failing blast came Paul's onemy. De turn, bi ing you Richard's farewell. He : down his wrinkled cheeks: and Atkix House, At the Passenger Depot Knoxville, Tcnn. nr k Hone tmt termor war, take pteoSBN in annouT eiui; the fact to i,js frienrls ned tbe public It ba- b en n mood 'ii tho onifli repair, nnrl mII neeessary imp-ovenien s mailt) to ren der guests ooosii ft ante. I'M S BELL. Proprietor w. d. Wiley cu-rk. .pi : remembers, Encourage Home People. Steam En IT 1 In the best possible manner, for n e s Machinery Saw ami Grist Mills Made and fitted up in the best style. Crl ills, Hollow Ware. Plow Cast ings and Blacksmith Twyere Irons. Repairing of Threshing Ma chines, owers 4c. Ac. promptly attended to and properly executed. Orders solicited and satisfaction guar- i anteed. oct 12 y. J . M , . P . F L Y N N MANCKACTl'KERS OF Wnons, :iri ine. BuKKieit, Oaits, Jt c. MOBB1STOWN, TENN. ALL of our work Is marie of the best material, by good w irkmeii, BIncksniitliin of every description promptly executed. AH work war ranted. Keep your money at home by patronizing your own manufacturer. Our work will out'ast that made at the North, and is, therefore, much cheaper, drain and Proitnrr taken in payment. tar Shops on E. T. & Va, Kail Road, west end of town. Our Tlrabrr Is eood onr work Is well made, Brlnt' Money or food and we'll certainly trade. feb2-ly COFFEE A verv superior article can alwivs lie found at the store of EARNEST. PENCE & BRISCOE The Battle House. GEN. JOEL A. BATTLE, Late of the City Hotel, Has taken the Hotel latelv known as the STACEY HOUSE, On Church Street, Nashville, Tennessee, and is thoroughly overhauling the entire establishment. He has the entire owner ship and management of the Hotel, ami lieiic, nwirf. fit liKdrtv- tf r'oll iiimn his old friends, and promise them that , to tne last night ot stairs, and hear thev shall he eared for. i incr Camilla's voice, he naused to ' rest and to listen. She was sinsrinir ed one night a sad faco from his j leaves for London to-night, and will j Camilla looked up to that one box, warm corner in Bertmann's shop i bo abroad many years. Here is a and gave him the only smile that token of among the violins, and hobbled up the cold street, feeling the reproach of the old rheumatic pains, and wondering what would become of his poor little Camiila. His excitement carried him up The House is most conveniently situated to all the Depots, to the Capitol, and to business portion of the city. in that sweet and expressive man- WA SHIN O TON HOU SE, j ner which mado her voice 8eom to Comer sth ami church streets, j him the sweetest and purest he had LYNCHBURG, V A . ever beard. At the end of the stanza he took breath, and another voice said, 'Child you astonish me. LEATHER Upper and Sole, of the very best quality. Earnest, Pekce 4 Bbiscoe. " tm To, r "r. YuNt I Either I am a poor judge of music, I 1 Manarrpr of the W ashmfton House. r J ' is admitted as a partner in the business ol Or else your voice is the finest I said House. The business will be con ducted under the stvle ami firm of w scorac&i & QQ at the axitncBD rates of PER DAY, ever heard. You are right in pre ferring its cultivation to anything else.' An electric thrill shot through old Paul's frame, and quickened (50 cents each for Breakfast and Supper I bis blood to a rapidity that Quito and 75 cents for Dinner) will be continued. ied ft hig rheumatjc ; I ask for the new concern a continuation ; . . . of the patronage of ruy frieuds and tbe 1 and in a twinkling he was up tho public. May 2, 1871 T. C. S. FERGUSON. tf. stairs and in bis little attic. He was terrified at tbe sound cfa remem- ! crossed her lips during the night. But at length the curtain fell, and Camilla, weary and worn, went on to tho dressing room. Some one stood in the shadow of a side scene, and when she asked permis sion to pass, caught her b- the hands and drew her out into the head to go hunting, and summoned his noble-, and. made the noeessarv preparations, he summoned tbe pb . leopher and a-ked him if it oronld rain. The philosopher told him it would not, and they started. While journey ing along they met a countryman mounted on a jackass. He advised thera to return, 'for, aid ho. 'it will certainly rain.' "hey smiled contemptuously upon iiim, an.l t ic-n passed on. Before . I t.btfv bad irnnrt manv mitafl h.-tu.r sym- j o 7 I n j er, they had reason to regret not having taken the rustic's advice, as a shower coming up drenched them to the skin. When they bad re turned to the palace, the king re primanded the philosopher severo ly. 'I met a countryman.' raid he, 'and be knows a great deal more than you. He told me it would rain, whereas you told me it would not.' ! The king then gave him his walk ing papers, and sent for tbo coun tryman, who soon made his appear ance. 'Tell me,' said the king, 'how you knew it would rain.' 'I didn't know,'said tho rustic, 'my jackass told me.' 'And how, pray, did he tell you?' asked the king. 'By pricking up bis ears, your Majesty,' The king sent the countryman away, procuring the jackass of him, he placed him (tbe jackass) in tbe office filled by tho philosopher. 'And here, observed Jack, 'is where tho king made a great mis take.' 'How so ?" inquired tho auditors. 'Why, ever siuce that time,' said Jack, with a grin on bis phiz, 'every jackass wants an office.' " little gift as a berance.' She did not understand that Mrs. Ciavering had placed a pretty neck lace of coral in her hand, and then gathered up her shawl and depart ed; but when her teacher spoke, she cried out as if in mortal pain, and, without a word, flew down the j light. street toward borne. As she turned ' Camilla, little Camilla, is it the corner she rushed pell mell into ' you ? Have I been listening to my La ........ - f a in t I n i . . it rrriA An 1 litfln in' I oil tltio .'. i ., 1 1 c: nrnnuifr' t i , . a i c . t k i i j fuge on British soil, they con tern ,nrL,..V:. L .u. LfZ!, . j plate tiu attacK even upon I ort Len vv ny, nine uui io iuo : uiuiu. , Mr. Ciavering ! When did you come Oh, I am so glad, so hap nv F sho exclaimed. . , , r, , , 9 proper manner. 'Are you glad ? Aro you happy i P 1 Oh, is this my welcome? Have j tigr A newly married man at matter ?' 'Oh Mr. Ciavering, you are going away !' The valley of the Upper Missouri, in the vicinity of Fort Benton, is rendered almost deso late by the action of thoPiegan Indians. They have frightened the settlers into tho woods, attacked and captured government trains, burned towns, and from their re- ton. The military commander ot that division is making prepara tion to check these savages in a Richard Covering's fine grew sad and expressive as faco the tearful eyes looked into his own, you waited for me, my love, my aDd for the first time tie compre- darling.'' hendeded that he was a young man, and that his protege was stealing from childhood into beau tiful girlhood, and was undeniably a beauty. 'Camilla, I am going away, but Sho put her hands over ber eyes mourning. 'You do not mean your words? I am dreaming ! I am mad !' 'You are here, wide awake, Ca milla, and I am asking you to love Manchester, N. II., left bis wife a few weeks ago on a prospective tour. During; his absenso he sent her money for her support. Upon his return, he found that she had spent it in getting a divorce, on tbe plea of desertion, and had mar ried another man.