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L . P. PCBI.ISUED BY & G. E . SPECK. TERMS ; $2 A TEAR, STEICTLY IN ADVANCE. Professional Cards. DEXTISTKY. UEXT1STUV. THOS, J. SPECK, D. D. S ) F F I ' E S : Bgmniii,Ti fill 1st to 15th of cacti month. Morristown, from 15th to last of each month. TEK .WS-Cash or its equivalent It. BEN. V. 3 S ABLAAD UAS RESUMED The Practice of Medicine. MORRISTOWN, TEN'S. Office At the mitaM of John I'ortrum, Esq., am Willi Street. D R , G, E, FULLER , A Graduate of the Augusta Mertiral i'ollfse, Has located at CHDCKY BKXL), TENS'., ami tenders his professional services to the people, of that vicinity. June 15th, lSiO. G.1 S D R O M A G K E , M. D . , THE MORRIS TOWN GAZETTE. ADVERTISING RATES. One r-fjuare, (ten lines, or less,) for first insertion One Dollar, each aaSaequetit insertion Fifty cent. All Hits .! upon7 6rat lnaMllim f adTerrtamnwBt.'' Vol. VI No. 23. MORRISTOWN, TEiNN., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 187 1. Two Dollars a Vkak. Miscellaneous Advert iscmenis OS AND I' II Y SIC I AN, MORRE3TOWN, TKN'N, Will rrivc special ItiMition to tlie TUKiTHKVT OK DiSKVSKS OF WOMK, aplstf A M K S P . ATTII UN 1". A T V A L A N S Fine Family Carriage FOR SALE! CAN be Been m the ('., C. G. & C. ft. It. Machine Shop, in BorriatoVn, Teas. Terms liberal. Apply to JAS. T. SHIELDS. jj-3-tf. Beau's Staiioli, Telin. S. W. McCratfy, Two doors East ( f K. T., Vi. ft la. R. B. Depot, MOKEISTOV. N, TON. DK.O.1.11 IS Family Groceries, Cosfectionerie?, Fancy .Goods, Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Ladles' Bonnets, Hals, and Millinery hoods. WOUI.I) reafiectfuUy solicit a call from hia friends and the public generally, and by selhnp at a fair price, hope to receive a - liare of the puoBfl pat ronage. Oive me a trial. aprlT-ly. LI VERY STABLE, MORRISTOWN, TEjnjL W. A. DflC ttlASOV, Iroirietor. GOOD HEW HACKS II ORSE S.X'Qaxu buggies. T am now ftrepuwd to ooonraiotJsto thfl graVMe iu th- vorj besj maaiMir, frtih good stock aiui vv hi-deSp upon tle IppBt l'-a-onable t rn.is. 1 MOW run Uaily Knur RerM Hitch. !o Ta!e spring- BpeL Safety tad Comfort cruaranU-t-a farm Uml Commission Merchants. O. R. BISHOP, J. IIKASCn. BISHOP & BRANCH, Grocers & Ccmmission Merchants, AGENTS WO THE . VEGETATOR ; the Ferliliier in the Market. 10S Sycamore St., Pe(trsburur, Va. COI'"'IT Ccm.sinnuieuts of Wheat, Corn and all KiudH of Country Produce. special attt Dtlon given to ut of V, neat, laberal advance madeoa coiunnmcuta In hand. jy:t-4:a E ST.M F.MS MIX t9 IS33. r. ABIES. r space. One Square; Two S.piare., Three Sftuarea, r"oo th ' omnia. Half I otoma, One Colnnin, I 1 M. 3 J. o H. n M. ) i'i frfl fs fX. j p.' f( : 5 fKj 10 ft IX .00 ix ro I 7 (X) 19 M 14 f 20 W ' 10 00 L'O i :o oo' so 0O IS fir, 00 (It M( Ut o '-ii oo -lo Ml oo 00 100 00 J. O. MA T II E W S O N, COMMISSION MERCHANT, AUOUSTA, G A. may 18 ly. Trees! FIow 11 inrto I H0BSI8TOWK, T E N N. Will practice in ail the coarta of Ka-t Tennessee, where the Ich will juAttly. l'ronttit attention eien to collections. fa HEDGE Ijillifij . UuU I'l, IM S ! l ti m i nrsen MjCK : rnm ani tmtr naics. Adu'r. ss F. k. F Ii O F II, BL00MIK6T0N NURSERY, ILLINOIS. A. PE1 Attorney a G ll E E N E ? I L B u N LW. V, BURGER & SON, HUJDIKSE AM) Commission M rchanis. 120 Gay St., nearly nfUMallli Cowan, MtOamgh Co., KBOZTI Ul :, T T. R N 1 -si.n. The hijfhKt Tnarke' pn j m 'aHh for all hinds I'T'jduce, Furs, Skins, Ii..l.-f, Ice. Cot:inmpi:ts of I r'nlner will reeeire rar-ful at-tent-.on. p.,.;. r to all Wuo'c-alo Harsbanta and liauks in tiie city. raaajSMjr. C I. I II L E Will attend the circoil And t-hancerr courts Tennis on atn S II p r.- i Oil. st Judticial 1 1 NEWS OLD & SONS KGroMu Gil WILSON, BURNS &, CO., Ti- bioctrs .t r.. Icn illlClb, An Old Dennltlon Tcriflc A writer ("Zozimus") p an English magezine di3coarnV!: as followa on a familiar and bar4-rous subject : "Babies are bundles of ojothes with yellow bead."." Some mspnths ago I received a letter front tb' Heyal Geographical noeioty, injprm ing me thai this definition was in accurate, as in tropical climates bubies bad b!ack faces and Pfjfo Irequtntly found witbont a.i- clothes worth speaking of. Tbii I don't believe. I hava often eon black men at St. James llall and elsewhere, but who ever suw a black baby? I wrote back, saying that if Dr. Livingstone, when ha yCfa hoTTlo, brrtugnf amng his fj.i-ei-mens of other insects any black babiefl I thoukl have great pleas ure in inspecting them and giv.nf! him a certificate, that is, providing they did BOt.provc staffed seals or huge cockroacht.fi. There are a great number of babies in the world. Host of then are, bow ever, kej.t out of siyl.t in cradle, hen-cops, attics and old clothes baskets. A man once told me that the r-ason of this was bscanse, if they were allowed to crawl ab rnt the streets or parks, no one could stir out !r fear of walking on them, or tri ping over them, in either of W(.ul:l ha r)ro-c( u' i-1 hr f.nr f to their feet, put on tight dreases, and learn the names of their chil dren, if they have time after com ing in from seeing their friends. The mast singular thing about ba bies is that each one is larger and The I'ainler and the Mlllonalre j geDius, though .you expeeie-d audi MarrjfBg Tipplers. Baron -James do Rothschild was i would have received its unlimited j Tho folfowlhg article, clipped anxious to be put on r-.nvuss by exertions ; I now demand 30000, 1 from a newspaper, was font us with Vernet. A picture of Vernet's, he francs to eflace it, but if you re- , the request that w? publish it. Way reflected, was an investment, as fuse, it remains tiiore as a remin- commend it to tho careful consider well as a joy forever. It mfht iscence of this little joke.'' j ation of our 3-oung lady readers an . B.ths liimseif to , even to finer than any one which hits ever j 8omo years hence ietch a very high ! Vernet was ine.or been seen before. The first thing j price, and was, therefore, worth se- , child could never biii a woman does when she takes a t curing, even at a nmall sacrifice, draw up so large a cli containing sound truths : nd whole some au vi co. It i is a sat. thought that there are thousands of sorrow baby in her hands is to hold it at j Vernet, however, he knew, was not undraw such a picture, and ho wtnt j stricken wives who stand, to-day, ;jth and say, "Oh, dear " i a man to make two prices, and his out 01 the world leaving behind pitiable Witnesses to the value of arm s it or "Oli my goodness!" or some : only chance was cleverly to cajole ! him the cquivooal memento. this sdm notion, and who would warn U10 tray, unsuspecting young women of our country of tho inev- othor powerful words. "What a him into naming a low figure the .. 1 fine little fellow, and only scvon 1 first time. Vernet at once saw the , Cocke County Conservative Meeting: months old, too ! Why, Mrs, So game of his wil- customer; he I -1-1,0 Consurvativo voters of Cocke I itable woe attendant u j on a union and-so's baby is ten months, and j looked him in the face, and at one ; county assembled in Convention, at with a man addicted to strong glance took him in from head to -N ewport, on .Monday, August oth, j drink : this little fellow is twice his weight. Ution mr word, Mrs. S and so, foot, estimated the length of his j 1S72, for the purpose of sc-lectii g I have seen many a baby, but this I pocket, and at the same time the j delegates to represent that county is the flneat." Mrs. So-and se j measure of hismcannesB. lio then smites, and takes the baby, td; :-4t in a rv'-u-taiajaif sgKfini shows how it can very nearly stand "M. le Baron, my price for a full when it i held up under the arms length portrait of you would be and has its back against the leg of IOjOOO franes." a sofa. A man onco told mo that j "'fen thousand francs! 1 cant bobs rre descended from babies, givo that sum for a more portrait.'' in tho Convention at Morristown, 1 ' ! - . "the 1st CongreeSQDal Iietrict. Also to ap point delegates to JS'-hviile on the 26th inst . to nominate a Congress ional candidate for the .State at V 1 at Mr. Darwin paid about mon keys was bad enough, but this i really carry i ng matters too far. . . j.. A Short Sermon. Here is a bit of philosophy worth reading. It ia an exposure of a very com men delusion. It is a good rendering of an old idea. "Two things eagbt to be strong ly impressed npon young people of 1 Vernet sbrogged bis bhoulders. ; "Tiiat is just as you please : ihvire ; MeNal Cnairman. E- is no necessity to j ut yooraeli to the exens;, and it seemen to be a very fooliavh way oi spending your money, but that is not my stfai r . I wish you good morning.'' M. le liaroii stood bewildered; he wanted the portrait, but he cwul J Dot make up his mind to part with so great a -lira ; be went home, a ladder, but not, perhaps, a (riser man. He resolved to shake off all gates were chosen : A. Spencer, Win. fc Tallov. Dr. Jas. lianl J. E. Williams, D. 30 qoutb Howard Btreat, o mer of Lon.uarJ, Jl A L T I M 0 R K . Lath bury. It was y ' once proposed .heir unsat gfying character. There thongbl of tuis extravagant intiui- " '-" Bev. B. Brj-ant, V . 'I . Wea- j young man has commonly no trou W. Alien, lielo's, lira d ley in, J. H. Clark, B. MeMat-aii, David Odeti, T. S. Gorman, J. . BobinBon, Jesse Burnett, Joseph Iluif, Wrn. B. Wail. James Jones, John Smith, T. B. Moore, J. M. Jones, G. W. Loyd, A. Ii. Garrison, Col. Wm. Jack, Ja. Word, Joseph "A word of warning to young la dies on this subject is not inappro priate. II w many young women ftt .ng iacft tiet t. mea w 1 ,ii . i I piers, or men or confirmed mtem- p 'rate habits, have involved tbem- selres in lives of sorrow, and often gbame I Yet, in spite of all tbu wretchedness f drunkards, wives, says. Mr. Colyer, "young women are conttnvi ly willing to marry men who arc in thehabitof indulg ing In the social glass. Ladies of ten refuse tho marriage offers of young men because they are too poor, or of too humble a family, or too plain in person or manners. But only now and then one baa good sense enough to refuse to unite htisu.f with a man who will not pledge himself to total absti nee, A rich and fashionable Ha J. o $. O. SOKE, I. ate ol Virginia. !. ''. B0K.KS. j) 0 S E .V ii 0 1) (i E S . XV STTOSSEYS XT LAW, Will practice in the conrts of JefTerson, tirain'er an-l a1jtiiiinj counties, and in theHnnrente eo-tr' ;:r Kn.ix i '. Ao loiainess eittriiRteo i them w;,l re eeive p . mij. 1 an.l carel'ul atteuiiou. I23. Miscellaneous Curds. : z zz " '- M'CRABY & SiARniSOH, MOttKlSTi IWN. -TENN. i?r!-sK.AiH;.,;;.,,JK. s S Mf S ill KlaJs of BALTIMORE; i ME&LEY, Ua.DEierfd Iron. j RDBaSmi and W - It: .f '"in. fry ! era, on -. ug, Una Skins, etc. Our fa aneli u to w-rrr;r:t All ord. rH Aiii luiv. GEO. aa, altaWa for the We aoUdt cififTi- cl, a t'-.n. i . a !, lrn.l Froit, lur .t .utt hu-in. e arc and : n,pt rtiire. t ut. atioa. ail too I t reason hut. Stewart & Co.. WHOLESALE GROCERS ir p tried by a jury ol as babies can never be depended on to keep iheir oafhs, the idea had to ha abandons I. Babies are sH nearly the same siza. When they are very- sirnatl they are called in- M. u;uAN r."., -. pj tii .. ivili 1. bvld an f r CMh. Commis No. U nn Merchants 9. H irard Stre-t, 117 Drj Co lis, Coot: ' at, ica 11 aamnwnAif (dforta ' rei in priefn :w otfvr tlx, m. Wo g ti. lo.rk Sad family pn oa. (Mt. inn r.r.rx li T ABRAHAM B 0 R T 0 , ! CADGER sug.ir at. the t iirix inf .tine rises t th metimes ir head; ! , ly means of happiness. The care of large pr perty is one of the n i el , burdensome of eai th's trosts. The j only material good that comes ( fr m any estate is to be male out ttr we were tatkii ; of S moderate income far more day?" easily than a large one, and with "No. npon my v l fewer attendant disadvantages j Lew tbonghtful mett wool 1 under go the fit: re -te wardship of a larg. t.,-n a week be was in tl.-e painter's studio. "W, .Stan berry, Wm. Gorrell, laird Wm iTfartYiftr 4 Ml Lil t a wile, even is hardly sober longenoug rour.ee the marriaee row. ," Le bt-iran. bare you tbosgbt over this mat- j b, at the other this meeting are included as dele- has nerei sf en re you I deed.'' said the painter, without sus i , . ... i a n t I tlOO. and instructed t state ot ! argain that Th pending; bis occupation ; ! nave been very bt:-y. u:-. lasft was a set tled matt'r when you left, there Job J. M. . M urry. B. McMal o Nasheil ogatea were U le C rt v e n - ; to TOle for ! ol. Wm. Jack, ' In; J. C. I Prosy 1 i I . COM.M SSH StJ HIV r ii r 3WM gr: iu and and ad aunt, ne 1 1 1 1 n s 'g a itn : table nolo aner g esti mate wl ' change in t! ;or ither M. le Bar- ! "nrrietoefn. It was v,t j to pub- tiiough he lgb to pro- But a rse raiment might vu'gar feilow wbe sooiety Ladies ! i to tcoid at me for this imp thing, just look around and see .f it ; not Hue. ' La lies, tins is an important sub jemt, and you should consider it well. It involves your happiness and respectability in this world, aii'.i perhaps your solvation in the next, tou hould reject the band 9f any man w ho imlules in the in- i eaia . 1 .d bad a 1 V hene V- iii'UiiKai !. more u. i the ol nceal : : c ". D. Fairpfeld, See. rtbe jrfiHi i - o m ar J, ir nkar e. i a i : r ,1 s 1 i tnd t, I am st i 1 1 opei r a (,!: .e. Tens. n t at i ontion. A.g :h Libera C. l. STES ITTT CO., itmtw&i l W I L M E T H R CABI RAMEY & Tih.BCRUKE, In all kinds of Flour. I aeon. irrat- 1 aunt left tho house became nut m If 01 the C'OOnty of Grainger, called this day at t.; o Court house in But ledge, a Convention was called to er si ;r c sua a m (J rum. real i or The ly unmarried ation of l ahies ret step, and thus not becorhe mi ntieo day. for ti ie purpose ol ie tin" C S . fs'as, S'4rr they ol th i r e Engl llllll PoTlM L 31 a Patent 4- n t I Jie.l ft s s e Springs . s C II I L f ) R EN'S CAR R TAG ES Ifcnjbtas. led ec iil.jek LUTTRELL, Waoleiale and Rctetl Benler in M ll sJ i? If A fl c . Cutlery, Tools, Glass, Putty, etc. NO. 8 CAY SI BT, (E. J. Sandford k Co.'s Old St and. 1 H. T. Cox & Bro., Commission Merchants. ein;ii. ;;;.'!- :: ' etit b low P and ri me, whie ma.-ter e v i ! 01 i r: thus is lh( DO UaRIDIt n ;f tho-next Lc rials hnd t i. n an. isnonoren habit of di d he 'Lon.oan 1 ti morn in teliew s tbore ci iilO ti; they a B: k K o x v i maria-ljr. I. K (iy UnA. t i: x n . i'rodure, Grscertca mid Gcaeral UcrcaaaaUat Ami aVag nrden Par PraSaoa or M ircbaraflaa. T EFCB to ninlnani Boaaea gaaeially of f-t-t ' temper Texmeaeee and Southwestern Vlraiadai Itmri- aem Bowea geaeraQl .-f Atlanta ; Witoun, Bnmi are Vie ' '.. Bauaooca, , On20-l7. 1 'US. B. n. evans. nrrr uevis Erans fc Lewis, K?a. til tiny afreet KNOXVILLE, TEJSrXsT., BSALaas is Ii O G T S , S O E S . II A T S Hotel Cos Earle's Hotel, I09, and baby with hearth-brash, ai dace it to part 1ST 33 "VAT Y EARLE BROS., O R K. Proprietor ii Iriinks, Ladic C A P S , j ravelins S and Gents Furs ETC. (tirs. be po doubt that babies H fl3" "mM r'-r "I " do not differ much in e, and disposition. Th y ., about the size cf a n.l covetoas, I once saw a a corkscrew, a pair of and bell, and a broken sh. and nothing could in- m an- of them, had got the corkscrew o its ear and the handle arth-bmsb altogether oat. When you ccme r,.t and of th- ir tin; lack of resist--1 a rri- temptat?oh and appetite, . bfcB causes that yearly death-march of six'3' thousand of our people to the saddest of atl graves, followed ss mourners by half a million of worse than wi loWe 1 wivc-s and on ho went SWsy tiriod. ' Anotiier an I interview took with the seme r. the part of the UMBRELLA -o- AJwavs ?f b Enun k Lcra1 Tor wmi Stmas. o o o wan m Mif.1, oett Iy. MRS. M A 1 Sio rriit u SA1 n M EN ARTHI B II. JAMESON. o o (2" - c; f a 5 3 H g 5 BjS P. FLYNN, S i H K IS I, 3 3 2 o in i - zi J II 11 x, J S ' ON !1AS1 V. HARTSHORK. The Latest ml m ..-t Casaieaaata styles ol Millinery and Straw Goods, aesssT, raiMBiSG ami raiTn uaaeas, Bomtei Siiks. Suliiix an. I I'tlrcs, Blonds, Netts. 1 'rapes. Baches, Flowers, Feathers, I bmatnenta, Straw Bourn's Ladies'1 Hats raiMMcn ami mrrsuMMsn Country P o-tuce t j. exrhaaaa Tor jroods H. L. PELOUZE & CO.'S aaaaBliaaaaaaaaBaaaaaiSBSSasaaai ai m SSSMS Type Foundry at Ha1e -t Maefcei lap! AND mam njunseniG fiuuiiBi, W. VAN HUSS & BRO. A( the I!J tand ol J. M. f!elfj i Co., Corner of Jhia ainl Csavkritd streets. lotiiiTiii, t r r n . "i i .WE On Haad a good itoea of General Jler ll c ... ....... con.-i.ting of Dry Go o d S, G r o c e r i e s, Hardware, Queens ware, Botiis, shoes, e.i'-. faacj Seses, Settsas, Aa '1200-120S Franklin Street, Rich imotui. Salt, Iron, Plow: Wl.icli Corner Seventh and D Streets, WImshiHglo, I?. C. hey offer to the peoi.ie of Mo aad rfdaHy at fail aiei r, uso labie pr Cat a, wi.em. t:li. i lour IBral. l.anl, l"nr. SklM. Imolcmen ts. pas 1 -M.iri'htuWll labie prieea Ami . eiian; The i .1. I'i .lanur ESS A IIIJI) II BLOODED STOCK FOR SALE! Cotswold Sheep. 15erkhire Pigs and Short Horn Cattle, For s.r, , at THOS. It. RF..r-S, II rse She- Ber.il, f1rainrT rn Taan . neit BrirriatTSn. At atoca sola, aarrantml ad iL.-t:ed. nuai'2J-tf. nail wa of tho near a hahv it stretches out its i.-ind and clutched j our necktie. This is. iho mother tells you, a mark ot high favor, and a sign that the ba by desiren to kiss you. When you stoop forward to kids the creature it M..7.1S you 13' the hair, and every one but you laugbp and says what a precious baby it is. When you sit down you are asked to hold the baby. You take it in your arms and place it on your knee. Imrae i diately it catches hold of your col tar and tries to stand up on 3'our best trowsers with its dirty boots. 1 Battle IT o 11 s e. ! lf oa d0n't aliow a tho rnot!iL,r i 1 s-iyp : "Oh, do, Mr. So-and-so HOWARD HCUGE, HOWARD STREET, aaaa BALTIMORE STBEE" BALTIMORE, MI. DAKIZIi W1I.E k SON, PBOPKIETOB8. Boanl ii 50 per lay. IrYASHINBTGrJ HOUSE l. w. Boomxi a oo, pbopbietobs. Hoard 2.25 per Day. Saialfcaa lo and from Depots, Frre. Oranca. Did yon ever eat a ripe orange J No flotibt a vast majority of our readme will say yes, and consider the Ooesti on rather a silly ore. Yet we doubt if one in five thous and ha ever eaten a ripe orange that is, one thit ripened on the tree nnd was not planked until ready for use. The oranges of eomineree are plucked before maturity in or der to give time for ripening off the troe and prevent decay. The eat ers of such fruit have no concep tion of the liisciousness of the or ange after nature has been allowed to perfect work upon it. It ia. be yond comparison, tho prince ot fruits. of tno best tat it., ha lainu r. on folb nu sur t no n q uri. pi! i pu le. I And : mor- j linir i place, but-uiwuvs ' iggartiiy p dicy on i banker, and the rence on the pnrt A 1 uig interval of ved, when Baron wed himself up to j eb, and resolved to ! earnest request ot fs.i.1 Convention that the county of Ham! !n. meet and co-operate, with the citizens ef i rainger in the choice of a suita ble candidate for said position. A delegation of five from each tirji lazzlc 1 and mother has XI :s of th pec of the respective districts, and the i o a lik defe- gatfOn to said Convention Join a ay ot the wishes 0 on 10 r said order that e m ay be fully and fairly expressed and in this way settle he cluims of sever al apiranrs lor said position. Or dered that a copy of this resolu tion be furnished the editors of the MorVistOwa GaXette for publica tion. James James, Tres't of Convention. A Hfatpse ef ilni BelC Did you never estch a glimpse yourself unexpectedly in a look' g g sss, an I think at first it was i , - a ,.,i .;.i ct a sad len view of your own personality by means of psychic fecoident snc'i as that? A friend of mine, who is as' uoeon c ited as any rnati I know, told me that be oocesaw h's own character that way. ami it brought tears to his eyes It was only for an in stant a flash of lightning in a but 1 e was confident man of bun. It save him firmer faith in bis friends. It manifested what there wus in him that it was possible for them to love. It niudo him happy and bumble. lie. knew, that those about him did not s.e ail ; but ho strove cvir after to Le true to that gracious vision of himself. it made a beit. That five hundred dollars tax .on leaf tobacco is something that the producer and small denier ouht to keep in mind in making up an opinion as to how they will vote in the Presidential election next November. Chicago was incorporated as a city, March 4, lSLlIt, and held its Wilson and Bull Kim. tirst municipal election in May of the same year. The town of Cbi nerw j cage was organized August 16, ! 1733, by the election of five trus- wae When Col. Henry Wilson, candidate for Yice President, in Boston raising a regiment, a lit tees, when there were twenty-eight tie fellow one day presented him- , voters N the place. self at headquarters aud asked for . 1 ! - - a commission. ! n trembling accents a young "Have you seen service?" asked j lovcr M- .bile, Ala., put to his Colonel W. I sweetheart the important question lYes Colonel I was in the three ' &t' nis nte but sae rep'ied with the months service. ' Were you at the battle of Bull (FORMERLY STACEV HOOSB.) Church Street, Nashville, Tenn. GEN. JOI'.I. A. BATTUE, PROl'RI ETOR. im stand up; he is q S quite (Jell, let ;bted at having discovered be can stand, and it won't hurt him.'' It then lays bold of your shirt studs, aud shoots out its finger at your eyo, and drives a hand sticky with wet sugar into the bosom of your shirt. Not iinfreouenllv it behaves in a At the Passenger Depot. manner so inconsiderate that de scription is impossible. This makes you wish to put it down and stamp 'plIE lintlle House is most coiiv. rii. iiCv located x t" all the Dep. ts, the Capitol, and to Hit illinium portion of the city. Atktx House, the Passenger D, MlnoxvUte, Venn. TS UK I'n.'ersir.e.l li.vintr tea sod t'-e asve f tear;, take pleasure i it with v. me ei.rlit fnnt R ihins in aaaonnciaii Hm fact to !,is fnends and tbe i puor.c it n t en pta I -n (no-ottirn repair, at.tl all neneaarj laipeoeeineaa mane totca der guesf s cou.l' Ttal'ie. JAHeS IiliLL, Pi j. rietor W. D. WII.KY. Clerk. aatS STOP T JSL E Virginia o i se, 31nin Street, Morristown, Tenr.. J. IL DICKINSON, PROPBIE like tiogs, are not tound r?nd to any country. They are always to be met with in the vicinity of man kind. They are usually tho com panions of women. In savage coun try when the men nro out hr.nt- l til I; orirrn in the Rusin. ss Centre of town. nnI hut a few -u p; in rear t the iJeoot. on- nectedwitli tlie Vikoima Ho: sk ia a good l.ir ery and Sale Stable, and parties can be fur nished with boraaa, buggies, hucka, etc., at reasouulile prioas. Low Charges, Good Fare and i an fill attcBtlM DAILY LINE TO TATE'S BPIIS6. Ra.-ire carried front aud to tlie Depot free of charge. ing tigers with their horses and dogs tho women amase themselves with feeding babies and washing hc;iI)S ami drying beef in the sun; in civilized countries when the men are out shooting pigeons or hunting hares with their dogs, the women look at tho babies and sit down until tboir hair grows down Lived it IhiVfi). An honest blacksmith was once grossly insulted, and defamed. Friends advised him to seek re-d-ess by law, but to all ho replied, "No, I will go to my for.e, and in six months I shall havo worked out such a character and name as all the judges and lawyers could never give me.'' lie was right. It is by honest labor, manly courage, ami a conscience void of offense, that we assert true dignity, and prove our honesty and respectability. uu n Said a Baptist to a Methodist : "I don't li ke your church govern ment, it isn't simple enough. There's loo much machinery about it." "It is true." replied tho ! aW8" Methodist, "we havo more machin- I bk to Parl?- anJ aftor reproach -ery than you ; but then you see, it 1 9g VerffCt with the severity of don't take near so much water to ! pleasantry, begged him, on any run jt terms to paint it out. . j "1 consent," said Vernet, "but A Saratoga bello has hair that j on this condition. 1 ask you 10, reacbes nearly to the ground. This j 000 francs to paint your portrait flower of fashing might, therefore, and you could well afford to give be appropriately called a hare bell. ' it mo ; but you bargained with have his portrait, even at the start line sum demanded, again present ing himself in tno painting room. I M. Ve.'i et !'' bo exclaimed, j "you havo gained your point; L give in paint me at your own ! price !'' "Paint you !'' exclaimed Vernet, with well feigned surprse; "What, i again?" "Again! What do yon mean?" 1 "Why, I have painted your por trait, ever so long ago; all the time yoo wore sitting huckstering j there, I was taking your portrait, . and as you are so poor I will make you the compliment of it: you are painted without any charge. ..r wss Colonel." "Generous man ! ' exclaimed the j rjoL Wilan has a delicate vein modern Shjlock ; "I accept ; where j 0f Junior in him ; so, winking to is the magic canvass that I may ad- ; hig ha uskud . mire it?" "And did you run welK" "You will find it in the Prise de .j USCJ due diligence, Colonel. Ia Smala, now at Versailles ; it has ; r jjj tne oest I could, but I couldu' just been removed from my studio kcep up with you in that hack !" into its j.lace." - - - j Never write a letter with a pen- ltuhschild hastened to Versailles; A celebrated poet, writing to er tell when a he rushed into tho midst of the an editor, proposed to roppry bim 1 becQme g admiring crowd congregated be- , with any length of lines, and 'or, . Thrrmrrh th. r . 1 J . : C . L . .1 " ITU 1,1. miwt. b n itire in-J proutteiiou ui too greai : any occasion, tun iijjij oa af- u tist ; he searched tho surlaco with 1 tical : "Send me a hundred yurcis of linos, long enough to fish for conger eils, and that will bear tho tug of a pot poise, as I am going to the Isle of Wright for a week's fishing." utmost calmness and a sweet sigh of resignation, "Anything to beat Grant, dear." J..IIJL. V ...ll JajLLBl George 11. Brewster, of Boston, owns a New Testament which is said to be the oldest book in Amer ica. It was printed in London, in 1501, and is tupposed to have been used by the Pilgrim Fathers at I'ly mouth. palpitating heart but imagine his dismay ; in one corner of the grand picture he saw himself represented in tho figure of a Jew running with a casket ! Ho hurried illegibility of a hasty pencil note an Illinoiean lost a case at law, in volving glU UUM- Tho papers say that Greeley is hard at work on a new Encyclope dia which will bo published soon. They don't tell what Grant is at work on, but we'll bo bound its dirty work. A set ol paper car wheels on one of tho Pullman cars running to .fWsev Citv. bavo run over 100,000 miles of track, and worn out, en- i Conahenhocken young lady, tirely, one sot of steol tires, which i wno just doted on Longfellow," havo been replaced. The ordinary j has lort all interest in his poems wheels, it is said, w ill only run J since he ran that race with Harry 00,000 miles. Bassett tho other day.