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The Morristown Gazette.
Wednesday Morning, March 5, 1873. K. T.. T. 8m. lUllroM Tlne-TsMe. TrainaarriTeat, and leave Morristown as follows Arrive. Mall train, west 9:3 a. m. Mail train, east, 2:36 p. m. raaon(?er train, west, 9:20 p. m. Passenger train, east, 9: m Wav Freight, west, 3:40 p. m. Leave. 9:4P a. m. 2:51 p. m. 9:21 p. m. 9:45 a. m. i:50 p. m. 11:01 a. m. yftj Freight, east, 10:51 a. m. Cincinnati. Cumberland Gap Charleston K. R. Daily train- (Sunday excepted,) leave Morratown at 2-45 p. m. ; Arrive at Wolf Creek at 5:55, p. m. ; Returning, leave Wolf Creek at 6:00, a. m. ; Arrive at Morristown at 9:12, a. m. CLOVER SEED in any quantity for sale at Magce's Drug Store. Quorum Court met on Monday, and quite a considerable number of country people were in town. For Garden Seed, Onion sets, etc., go to the Drug Store of Dr. G. T. Magee. Hon. R. R. Butler will accept our thanks for copies of the Congress ioaal Globe. Capt. James Fuller, an old and respected citizen of Jefferson county, died at Daridridge, on the 22d ult., in the 83d year of his age. Senator Brownlow has placed us under renewed obligations for sever al public documents of an interest ing character. Last week was a good (?) one for "drunks," in Morristown. Several "chronic cases" thereof were observ able on the streets almost everyday. Rev. T. P. Thomas has become as sociated with Rev. R. N. Price in the publication and editorship of the Holston Methodist. The Gazette contains more coun ty and State news than any other "country" newspaper published in East Tennes-ee. Drunkenness on the streets or in public places is a violation of our municipal laws. Why are offenders not "brought to taw?' On Saturday and Sunday last con siderable snow fell in th"i9 section, and Monday was a cold, disagreea ble day. Is a local paper expected to ad vertise every business in the town free of cost? If so, who is to pay the riitiniijir expenses of the otnee? It is always important to know where the articles you want can be found at low prices. This yon can always do by consulting the adver tising columns of your local paper. We are indebted to our friend H. J. Minis, of Lead vale, for two new subscribers to the Gazette both accompanie 1 by the cash. Such fa vors are appreciated Will our friends throughout Ham blen and adjoining counties report to us any item of interest that trans pires in their neighborhood? If so, Ave will be thankful. We learn from tiie Ashevillc Pioneer, of the 27th ult., that Mr. W. D. Rankin, an old and respected citizen of that place, was kicked by a mule, on Sunday before last, and seriously if not fatally injured. The John Pogye farm, situated near Hogersvillo Junction, in this county, was sold on last Saturday, by Maj. John Murphey. Clerk and Master, at public sale, for the sum of $7,710 00. Rev. Grensfield Tay lor was the purchaser. We see from the Democrat, pub lished at Jersey ville, Illinois, that Col. W. H. Fullteraon, of that county, formerly of East Tennessee, is taking the lead in that country in introducing and raising fine stock. Ve wish the Col. the greatest sue cess in that line, as well as in every thing ele he may undertake. "Fiirs will not grow on thistles." neither can our fanners raise pood crops of grass from bad seed. Send to Lee & Taylor lirothers, Lynch burg, Ya.. for your clover and grass seeds, and we will guarantee ' that they will send you a good and pure article. "We learn from the Rogersville cor respondent of the Knoxville Chroni cle that "the splendid property known as Hale's Sulphur Springs, five miles northeast of Rogersville, is about to or has already changed hands. Col. lioynton, of Georgia, and Capt. R. F. Powell, of Rogersville. have pur chased it at thc price of $12,000." We learn that a difficulty occurred on the farm of Rob't Evans, below Leadvale. on last Friday, between two of Mr. Evans' work hands, named respectively Alvi Bradv and Potilla, in which the former struck the latter on the head with a stick, from the effects of which blow Potilla died on Friday night. We invite the attention of our reader to the card, in this paper, of Messrs. Hawkins, Butt & Co., Knox ville, Tenn. This is a good firm, they keep a iarge and well-assorted stock, and sell goods at fair figures. They do business In a prompt, liber al and pleasant manner, and make friends of all who deal with them. Give them a call, or send them your orders when you want anything in the Jine of Stoves, Tinware or Housc-i i . I fnrnWMhtr floods. Improved Railway Track Lifter. Messrs. A. H. Arnot and Thos. J. Speck have been granted Letters Patent by the. United States Patent Office for an improved ''Railway Track Lifter," which is the invention of Mr. A. H. Arnot, of this place. This machine is designed for use in repairing, removing and keeping in order the tracks of railroads', and will most certainly prove of great i low-towusman, Charlie Merritt, reach advantage, as its employment will ed home a few days ago, from a visit save a vast amount of labor. We witnessed the working of this Track Lifter, one day last week, and we are satisfied that it will accomplish all that its inventor claims for it. Messrs. Arnot & Speck are making preparations to bring their machine before the Railroad public in a very short time, and we trust that they will meet with much success in ma king sales of rights for the use of their improvement. A Hard Winter. The present hard Winter should teach farmers a useful lesson in pro viding better stables and sheds for stock, and more comfortable dwell ings for their families. Neglect and carelessness appear to do moreMiarm than anything else. When the weather is most severe we are apt to have the least wood at the door to burn. Our study of comfort comes too late, or possibly too soon. What is past cannot be remedied ; but the future is all our own. Our providence should be as conspicuous hereafter as our lack of it hereto fore. Either provide abundantly for stock both food and shelter, or sell it in the fall before it becomes poor, and perhaps dies. Nothing is more important on the farm than foresight and providence. Many banks of potatoes will be lost by reason of shallow covering for win ter. For an early crop of Irish po tatoes plant early and mulch to avoid frost. Get every thing ready for spring work in time. Shade Trees. As Spring approaches, it affords a good time for people to ornament their premises by setting out shade trees around them. There is a large amount of beautiful growth in the forests and on the small streams adjacent to the town, and hundreds of trees might be set out by our citizens at a trifling expense. In some cities a reward is offered for every shade tree that is set out, and one of the Western States, we be lieve, has a law on its statute books to the same effect. A great many people who own small homes in our town find it difficult to pay their j taxes on their property. Would it not be a wise move of our town Council to allow them to pay this tax by setting out trees on the streets in front of their lots? Free Tuition in E. T. Cni versify. The East Tennessee University and State Agricultural College will i give free tuition to three students! from each county of the State, each student to be nominated by the rep resentative of the county in the Leg- j tslature. They will receive Tree transportation by railroad to the Col- j letre, and at the end of the year to their homes. Certificates of their! appointment, and exact information as to their line of travel from their homes to the Colletre, should be sent to the President, Rev. T. W. Hiimes, j at Knoxville. two weeks in advance so that railroad tickets may be for- warded to the students. A Fint Horse. Mr. J. L. Cain had his fine horse. 'Canada Jim," in town on MorTdav, ! and he attracted much attention. We heard many express the opinion that he was abonf the finest horse they had seen in this section since the w::r. The qualities of '-Canada j Jim' as a harness horse, are very fine, being a lifcst trotter 'and very. .quiet and gentle. Fast Tennessee should have many such horses in her midst in order to make profitably stock-raising more A correspondent writing from Lee Valley, says a serious difficulty oc curred between there and Sneed ville. on the 24th ult., between Na than Sutton and a young Barnet and an offic r of the law, about a horse, in which Sutton was shot through the bowels and died the next day of the wound. Barnet was struck on the head withthe-poll of an axe, bad- ly fracturing the skull, and cannot i IIVP Sin t tr o giti nortioii-ot Arl ; the aflSav. and one or two others I were badly cut with knives. Kev. Mr. Xoffslnger. The Union &. Jineric(mxo( the 26th ult., says : This gentleman, from East Tennessee, formerly from Vir ginia, is preaching every, night at the First Baptist Church with great power and eloqueace. Prayer meet ings are held every afternoon at 3 o'clock. Considerable interest is, we understand, manifested. The body of Robert Hook, a car penfer of KnaxA'ille,,. who mysteri ously disappeared on Saturday be fore last, was foufld on Wednesday last in a creek. It is thought from of the body thaH the -appearance or toe Hook waa nwdered and thrown Into en o -t la the creefr. P. Smith, one of Morristown' s most energetic merchants and business men, has returned home from a boat ing trip down, the Tennessee. Sheriff Boyd, who has been down among the "goober grabblers" with a lot of fine mules, reached home last week. Our good-humored and genial fel- 'to his relatives and friends in the Old Dominion. Our young friend Dr. James A. Summers, of Warrensburg, formerly of this place, contemplates emigra ting to Texas, with a view of making his home in that State. Charlie Read, the popular young book-keeper of Clark, Quaife & Co., of Knoxville, is in town visiting his relatives and friends. Messrs. J. T. Gill and George T. Simpson, of Hawkins county, passed through our town two or three days ago, on their way home from a trip "down South," with a drove of horses and mules. Our genial confrere of the Greene ville Sentinel and Reporter, Sam. W. Small, accompanied by his bride, passed up the road, on Friday last, en route for home from a "bridal tour" to the Crescent City. Robert C. Crouch, formerly of this place, but now connected with the bag manufactory of L. F. Requa, of New York, has been in town for sev eral days. YVould'nt be surprised if "Bob" isn't trying to "bag some game" in this section, of a kind not exactly put down in the bills of his line of business. The Control of Mailed Letters. The old "granny" which his name is Creswell who presides over the postal affairs of the United States, has decided that after a letter leaves the mailing office it passes from the control of the writer, and must be delivered to its address. If the per son to whom the letter is addressed cannot be found, then the sender of the letter becomes the principal par ty again, and the letter must be re turned to the sender, either through I the dead letter office or in accordance I Wltn tl,e "request, II there lie one ! 011 thc envelope. This rule applies both to letters. registered and ordinary A Fortune For One Dollar. The drawing of the fourth legal Lottery of Omaha, Nebraska, in aid of, and for the purpose of erect ing the Nebraska State Orphan Asy lum, will -most positively take place on Tuesday, March 31st, 1873. Tickets ,$1. A liberal reduction made for clubs of 20 tickets. Address J. M. Pattee, Omaha, Nebraska. Lost $5 Seward. On Thursday evening last, a No. H five shooter of the Smith & Wesson patent, was lost in Morris town. The finder will receive a re ward of Five Dollars by bringing it to this- oflice. Hugh Nicholson, son of James S. Nicholson, who was drowned in the Tennessee River on the 6th ult , was found three-fourths of a mile ltelow Marshall's Ferry, on Sun day evening, 2d inst., by Joseph Gentle. A man named Herman Speers stole an overcoat from the .cars, in Knoxville, on Wednesday last. He was arrested the same evening; carried before the Criminal Court on Thursday morning; tried, convicted and sentenced to the Penitentiary for eight years within less than tweAfcv-TO&i iKHirs -tvfter committing the theft. . ;- Dwv, in Moiristown, on Sunday night last, Pouter Newell Trns tee ollfaiiiblen county aged about 44 Venrs. $fi&ay aigUt was an extremely cold one. :.i iglel '! a 'aa,c..iiC Denaur-o to Southern Fvi-rsgf ewod Atifltfetion'ia to bt-. secured by using siMSWi Wn-Ri:1rATOR. - r IN Mt morlam. ifargar'et E, Neil, wife of the late William Nejk died at her residence 111 Ji last."'aed' 51 .vears. She was daughter of l!u. and Catharine Gra- hauv antlw-as married to William Nciljon the 11th day ofi February, 1840. She..umde profession of relig ion anhwas baptized during a great revivaF held in Tazewell by James Kenpoq and Homer Sears. She was one'of the original number ont of wlric).rtrie .'Baptist' Acfctirc!h. in Taze well vfas constituted. From the tinie she tirofessed relicrion and uni- whh the church until the day pf her iieath" (Jiirin a period oi more thsffi 25 'years 'b:e was a pious, de votedand .eAempJary chri sti an. For a nnmiieryoarVHerWeairlt was rath er tfel Teat e During her last sickness, which lasted about two months, she suffered greatly 'at times. She felt deeply anxious about . Jer children it10 and often expressed a desire to live 62 for, their sake- But. satisfied she coifld riot lire', she said : 'T give my children and all into the hands of the Lord, for He doeth all things r ell." On the morning of the 12th ult., she fell asleep in Jesus. She leaves a family of seven children, an aged mother, and many relatives and friends to mourn her loss. Peace to her ashes1.. Let her rest till the glorions mom of the resnrrjjetion, when she shall spring forth in more t han pristine youth and beauty, amid ;which the morning stars will sine together and all the sons of. God shout alond for joy. Jpsse Baxvr Want a cook, Want a clerk, Want a partner, Want a situation, Want a servant girl, Want to sell a Piano, Want to sell a carriage, Want to sell groceries or drugs, Want to sell a piece of furniture. Want a customer for anything, Aflyertise in me Morristown Gazette. Advertising liberally always pays, Advertising makes success easy, Advertising begets confidence, Advertising shows energy, Advertising shows pluck, Advertising means biz, Advertise or "bust," Advertise steady, Advertise well. Advertise nw, Advertise A Disease with a Thousand Symptoms. Dyspepsia is the most perplexing of all human ailments. Its symptoms are almost infinite in their variety, and the forlorn and despondent Tietims of the disease often fancy themselves the prey., in turn, of every known malady. This :s due, In part, to the close sympathy which exists between the Btomach and the brain,- and in part, also to the fact that any disturbance of the digestive function necessarily disorders-the liver, the bowels and the nervous system, and affects, to some extent, the qualify of the blood. A medicine that, like Hostet ter's Bitters, not only tone the stomach, but at the same time controls the liver, produces a regu lar habit of body, braces tho nerves, purifies the fluids and "ministers to a mind diseased," is there fore the true and only specific for chronic indiges tion. Such is the operation of this famous vegeta ble restorative. It not only cures dyspepsia, but also all concomitants and consequeuccs. Moreover it is invaluable as a preventive of indigestion. N one who chooses to take half a wineglassful of this agreeable appetizer and stomachic habitually three times a day will ever be troubled with oppression after eating, nausea, sour eructations, or any other indications of a want of vigor in the digestive and assimilating organs. The debility and languor supreinduoed by hot weather are immediately and permanently relieved by the Bitters, and persons who are constitutionally inclined to look upon life" "as through a glass, darkly." will be apt to take a Iwighter and more hopeful view of the situation un der the genial influence of this who'.esome medi cinal stimulant. F. B. McCrary, Photographer, has made arrangements to close his Gal lery, in Morristown, on the 1st of next April, and all persons desiring Photographs, Gems or any other style of Picture, should call on him before that time. Mr. McCrary does good work, and will render entire satisfaction in every respect. Jno. H. Bopp continues to pay the highest market price, in :ash, for Eggs. He can be found at P. Smith & Co.'s, and parties having Eggs to sell would do well to call on him. tf. Merchants, Of our section, should give the East Tennessee Book House a caS, when in Enoxville. Their Wholesale Department is full in all branches, and prices at tbs bottom. Go and examine A. 11. Arnett's patent washstand. It is like the negro's rabbit good for everything. Beadsteads, bureaux, safes, cribs, washstands, etc., always on hand at Gus. Aruett's. P E. Tenn. Hook llo c, Knoxrille. We are gratified to learn that our friends of the E. T. B. H., Messrs. Williams Sturges a. Co., are doing a fine WHOLESALE, as well as a retail busi ness. T . .-.....-. .f T'. .. .1- ...1 -,... 1 ...... - auu uuuvuai; .a im the largest of any within the trade area of East Tennessee, which embraces at present, parts of N. C , Va., Ky. and Ga. A business bo intimately identified with the educational interests of the young, commends itself to all. None but the very best seasoned lumber is used at A. U. Arnett's cabinet shop. Market Reports. Morristown itctail Market. Corn 50 cents per bushel. Corn meal 60 cents per bushel. Flour ti SO to $5 00 per 83ck. Oats S3 cents per bushel. Butter 16j to 18 cents per pound. Egs 20 cents per dozen. Irish potatoes 75 cents per bushel. Onions 75 to 80 cents per bushel. Chickens 15 to 16H. I-ard 10 ceuts. Beeswax 25 cents per pound Feathers 50 cents per pound. Wheat, $1 75 to$l 80. Green apples 70 to 75 cents per bushel. Cotton yarrs $2 00 per bunch. Dried Peaches, halves, 4 cents per pound ; Paled peaches 8 centa per pound. Dried apples 2 ceuts per pound. Pork, Gross $4 00 to $4 60 Nett, $5 00 to $5 50. Dry Salt Meat 9 toll ceuts. AugitKla Market. Augusta, Ga., Feb. 15, "73. Corn in good demand and advanced White $1 03 to SI 05 ; yellow and mixed 07 to (I 00. Oats feed 70 to 75 : rust proof $1 25. Wheat red $2 25 to $2 30 ; amber $3 30 to $2 40 ; white $2 40 to $2 50. Peas, nominal $1 50 offered for clay, $1 75 asked. Timothy Hay, $2 00 to $2 10. Dry Salt Shoulders, 6 to 04 ; C. R. 8 toSJ ; smoked Shouldors, 7 to 7V; smoked C. R. 3 to 4 ; Tennessee meats cent higher. Lard, prime leaf in tierces, 9 to 9 V ; kegs, 10 to 10. Flour, active Super $8 50 to $w 00 ; Extra $.9 50 to $10 00; Family $10 25 to $11 00; Fancy $ll 25 to $11 75. Respectfully, J. O. MATHEWSON. Petersburg Market. CORRECTED BY ABRAHAM BDRTON, Grocer and Commission Merchant, 93 Sycamore St. Petersburg, Va., March 1st, 1873. Apples green, $3 504 25. " dried, 3 v.a 4 cents. Be ana mixed, $1 502 00. white Navy, $1 752 26. !?. hams, 12 !4 cents Wanted. " aides, 8i " " " "shoulders, Ci Butter poor and common, 10gia owrta. fair, 22(26 cents, prime rMlf 2ScH28 cenU. Chestnuts $2 35$2 90. ' Eggs wanted at 23 centa. Hour tine, $8 25-8 50. M superfine, $8 50(39 50, " extra, $10 50&11 00. " family, $12 5313 0& Fowls dressed, J ft, 16(320 cents. Grain white wheat, $1 962 00 wanted very ranch " red " $1 SSigl 90 " " Corn, 75 cent. tts J3XJ 5-. vi " Oats ' " 'i i .j ;i n ' " Atlanta Market. oocftxcrxD wtrarxT bt h. t. cot a oo. Corn, 82 to 85 per bushel. Wheat $3 25 12 30 Iot vrl1 red wbit bushel, to 65-Jonts ibl,11- '""T s Oats 60 to $5 60 ; family $4 50 to $5 00; extra $4 50 to $4 25; Superfine, $3 35 to $3 T5 per sack. Bulk, should ers 64 to 7 cents per poond; bam 10 to 12 cents per pound; clear sides 8 to4 cents per pound. Meal, 80 to 85 per bushel. Hay, Tenn. per 100 pounds $1 65 to $180. Lard in cans, 10 to 11 cents per pound. Butter, 0 to 95 cents per pound. Eggs, 18 to 20 cents per dozen. Feathers, 60 to 70 cent per pouad. 4-4 sheetings 12 to 13 per yard. 7-8 shirtings 10 to 11 per yard. Cotton yarn. $1 60 to $1 65 per bunch. Apples per bbL $3 50 to $4 00. Corn Good demand ; stock very light. Wheat Active ; stocks very light. Rye and Barley Scarce ly any demand. Oau Tend upward; Now is the time to ship aa they will soon be wanted for feed. Flour Inactive request; light stocks. Bacon Fair demand, with Tory light stocle. Hay in request, with very light stocks. Btiter, Eggs, Oteiooa and DraSK-d Ptwm-y- BT. it frh and onand. I0NAL TREATMENT of all Kidney, Urinary, and Liver diseases is effected by flarai'.ton's Baths and DiMttiN. It acta directly on these organs, en abling them to remove these wasts in the blood, which cause Gravel, Diabetes, Brig l a Disease, Jaundiee, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Ac. W. C. HAMILTON M CO.. CiHOWHATi, Ohio. in 8AMPLE3 sent by mail for 80o. that retail qnlok lZfortlO. K.L.WOLCOTT.181 Chatham-square.N.T Tfimployment, $100 per week. Agents & others to sell DJa new article, indispensable to merchants 4 min uf 'rs. Address, with stamp, E. B. Smith Co.. 85 Liberty-st., K. Y. f r7"J PV Easily made with our Stsnsil and vy n -Ei A key-check ontnt. "Circulars free. Stafford MTg Co. 66 Fulton St. K. T. 3: copies of the STOCK AND FARM JOURNAL, 0 paif . anas packages or mew task ssaos hex by enclosing 2 stamps. Address. N. P. BUYER & CO., Parkersbnrg, Pa. WANTED. IF YOU WISH TO BUT A SEWING MACHINE for family use, or act as agent, address WASHINGTON SEWING MACHINE CO., Boston, Mas. AGENTST a RARE CHANCE! I We will pay all agents $40 per week in eaah, who will engage with us at unci. Every furnished and expenses uaid. Address A. COULTER & CO., Charlotte, Mich. BE DECEIVED, but for coughs, colds, sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial difficulties, nse only WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS. WORTHLESS IMITATIONS are on the market, but the only scientific preparation of Carbolic Acid for l.w: diseased is when chemically combined with oflitr veil known remedies, as in these tablits, and all parties are cautioned against using any other.-' IN ALL CASES of irritation of the mucons mem brane these tablets should be freely used, their olennsfng and healing properties are astonishing. BE WARNED, never neglect a cold, it is easily cured in its incipient state, when it becomes chron ic the curs is exceedingly difficult, use Wells' Car bolic Tablets as a specific. JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St., New York, Sole Agent for United States. Price 25 cents a box. Semi for Circular. Ci AGENTS WANTED FOB rSAINTS-S I N N ERS is I K-S OF THE M BIBLE Its Patriarchs, Kings, Prophets, Rebels, Poets, Priests, Heroes, Women, Apostles, Politicians, Ru lers aiid Criminals. Genial as Poetry and exciting as R'Unance. Its execution is faultless. Its illus trations are magnificent. It is just the book for the masses, or all who love History, the study of Char acter, or Cheerful Reading. Extra terms to Agents. Send for circular. Also, Agents wanted for the PI OPLK S STANDARD BIBLE, WITH 550 ILLU8 LL'STRATIONS. Onr own Agents, and many Agents for ether Publishers, are selling this Bible with wonderful success, because it is the most pop ular edition published. Canvassing books fre to working Apcnts. Address ZIEGLER kM'OURDY, Philadelphia, Pa.; Cincinnati, Ohio ; 8t. Louis, Mo.; Springfield, Mas3., or Chicago, III. The Guide is published Quarterly. 25 cts. pays for the year, which is not half the cost. Those who afterwards send money to the amount of One Dol lar or more for Seeds may also order Twenty-five Cents worth ertra the price paid for the Guide. The First Xumlw is beautiful, giving plans for makuig ltnru.1 Homes, Dining Table Decorations, w indow Gar leiiK, Jtc, and a mass of information invaluable to the lover of flowers. One Hundred and Fifty vases, or. fine tinted paper, some Five Hundred Engravings and a superb Colored Plate and Ohrmno : over. The First Edition of Two Hun dred Thousand just printed in English and Ger man. " JAMES VICE, Rochester, N. Y. is unequaled by any known remedy. It will eradi cate, extirpate and thoroughly destroy all poisonous !-UilJ.UCr.s JII tilt' lilnorl Ud will cfTpcf linllv itiftn.l : . . ... J 1 , aJJ r,reais)KjHicion to bilious deraugement. is there Hunt of anion in your Liver and Kplqetr? I'nitss relieved at once, the blood be comes impure by deleterious secretions, producing acromions or ssin aiseases, Klotcnes, f elons, .Pus tules, Canker, Pimples, c, tc. H4r you a Dyspeptic MomachT Unless diges tion is promptly aided the system is debilitated with poverty of the Dlood, Dropsical Tendency, General Weakness and inertia. Have you eakness of the Intetlncsf You ar. in danger of Chronic Diarrhost or the dreadful Indammation of the Bowels. Have you weakness oi the rterine or Urinary Organs ? You are exposed to suffering in its moat aggravated form. Arc you dejected, drowsy, dull, sluggish or de pressed in spirits, with head ache, back aehe, coat ed tongue and bad tasting mouth ? tor a certain remedy for all these diseases, wert- i nesses and troubles ; for cleansing and purifying the vitiated blood and imparting vigor to all the vi tal torces ; tor tmiJdmg up and restoring the weak ened constitution USE JURUBEBA which is pronounced by the leading medical author ities of Loudon and Paris "the most powerful tonic and alterative known to the medical world." This is no new and untried medical discovery but has been long used by the leading physicians of other countries with wonderful remedial results. Don't weakn find impair the digestive organs by cathartics and ihysics, they give only temporary relief Indigestion, flatulency and dyspepsia with piles and i.i drcd diseases are sure to follow their use. Keep the blood pure'and health is assured. JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St., New Vara Sole Agent for the United States. Prioe One Dollar tier Bottle. Send for Cireaiiis CANADA JIM! I hve secured of Col. Beaty, of South Carolina, this celebrated MORGAN" TROTTER That was imported direct from Canada to Columbia, S. C, for the express purpose of attending the State Fair ; was shown, open to the world, and took the First Premium. Ho wan then purchased by Col. Beaty and took the First Premium at the nuxt Annual State Fair. He i.s celebrated for his fast trotting"; as also, for his quiet driving qualities can lj driven by any lady. The service.-" of this horse can be had at my sta bles, at all timers, for the season, (up to the 4th of July,) at $15 00 iou a colt. Persons frum a distance can have good pasture for their mares. Any person trading their mare will be held responsible, unless it is a fact made known that they were not in foal. Spe -ial care to prevent accidents, but not responsible for any. J. L. CAIN, Social Circle, Greene co., E. Tenn. feb2-2m. FOR TBI -GREAT INDUSTRIES or tri UNITED STATES. 1300 PACKS AMD 800 INGF.AVtXOS, fllST- ED IN KKQLISII AND GERMAN. WRITTEN BT 20 KKHtENT AC- i THOSS, INCLUDING I JOHN B. GOL'GH, HON. LEON CASK. KDWARD 'HOW LAND, RET. . ED- (WTN HAM, PHILIP I RIPLEY, ALBERT L Kir - BANE, HOHACX GUISE- . LIT, T. B. PER1INS, ' etc., crc. This work is a complete history of all branches of industry, process of manufacture, etc., in all ages. It is a complete encyclopedia of arts and msdUiXac tures, and is the most entertaining and Tarn able work of information on subjects of general inter est eer offered to the public. The book ia.sjpld by agents, who are making large rales in all irtsf the country. It is offered at the low price of $3.50, and is the cheapest book ever sold by subscription. Ws want Agents iiuu-ery town in the United States, and ue Ageut can JH to do well . with this book. Our terms are liberal. We give our agents the ex clusive right of territory. One of our agents sold 138 copies in eight days, another sold 383 in two weeks. Our agent in Hartford sold 397 in one week. Specimens of the work sent to ajrents on receipt ot stamp. For circulars nud terkt agt LN address the publishers. Sample copieJf this book sent to any address on receipt of prico. J. B. IS t Hit & IIYDB. Publishers. Hartford Conn. - Chicago, 111. Cincinnati Olao T0NT SEND AWAY FHOM HOME TO HAVE J Yraf Job Printing 4rms The U -utte Office I iyoaiiusi ,ri'?as-- IsBsstfj is prepared t? as any an I aj? snJs at low fign HAWKINS, BUTT CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN STOVES. TINWARE. HOLLOWWARE. WOODENWARE. Pumps, Brushes Brooms and Housefurnishing Goods Generally. Manufacturers of Galvanized Iron Cornice, Window Caps, &c. H. C. HAWKINS, J. It. BUTT, W. O. WHITE. N O a 0 GAT KNOXVILLE, TENN.rX. FURNITURE. S . HOWES, Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of Cabinet Furniture, Ornamental Brackets HAIR, COTTON AND 8HUCK MAT TRASSES, PATENT BED PBIHOS, CHILDKEN'S CARRIAGES, 4c ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY FILLED. Prices Low to Suit Hard Times, Warerooms at the old Furniture Stand, Gay Street, Knoirille, Tens. febia-ly. : GOULD, BARTON & CO., Commission Merchants 1ST r PRODUCE DEALERS, 2V .IA-BlSA. STREET, EDWARD P. GOULD, JOHN BARTON, JOHN H. LEADLT. tW REFER TO ANT ONE WHO m ANNOUNCEMENT POR THE i NEW P. SMITH & CO., AT THEIR OLD STAND, CORNER OF MAIN AND HENRY STREETS, MORRISTOWN, TENN., TARE Pleasure !n announcing to their friends and customers, and the public generally, that trey hare now in store a NUMBER ON E STOC K OF GENER AL MERCHANDISE, to which they inrif the attention of purchasers. We are prepared to sell goods, tor CASH or PRODUCE, as reasonable aa they can bt- bought anywhere in this country. ZXr Our facilities for handling Grain arid FrMuc are not surpassed by any house In this market, aad we pledge our best efforts to render entire natiffaction to Farmers who bring us their Produce. ZTT All persons indebted to us are requested to come forward and make settlement without delay. Thankful to our friends for their liberal patrouage in the pant, we solicit a continnancc of the same, promising that they will always find ue standing squarely up to the motto of "ijvk and lei hy," In all business transaction. jan3,ff. P. SMITH & CO. V. W. WOODRUFF. W. E. sjsgaSBjWjBBsasssssa Hffif KSeXVILLE, TERR. ' Wf hardware mm ) CTJTLERY. SOLE AGENTS FOR FAIRBANKS' SCALES, DUPONT'S RIFLE AND BLASTING POWDER, Duron's CuwuLiE Mill Saws, Bosros Rtresu DrLrmo Ooscrajrv, HALL'S FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES, STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. E-S- ORDERS SOLICITED AND I CORNER OF MAIN AND CUMBERLAND STREETS, MORRISTOWN, TETVN., DBALSBS IN HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, WOODENWARE, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, &C, ALSO Plows, -tlk.g-ricviltiii-a.1 All of whioh they propose Bring us your Corn, Wheat, Oats, Flour, Meal, Bacon, Lard, Furs, Skins; and all other Marketable Produce, and we will give you Oooda at the Lowest Cash Prices for it. jau8-ly.) W. VAH HC88 K BRO. lilt, li, T. DEALER IN DRFlfS, MEOICINES, PAINTS, OILS, VAMISIES, WALL PAPER, SHADES, PATENT MEDICINES & TOILET GOODS. Mgin Streety St KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A Full and Complete Stock of every thing pertaining to the Drug Business. Also, a large assortment of Lamps, Chim neys, Shades, Globes, and Lamp Fixtures -enerally. Keroiue, Liiueed, Machine, Lard, Sperm, Lubricating, Tanner's, and all other Oils, usually kept in a first-class Drug Hous-. White and Led Lead, colors or all shades, Coach, Copal, Da mar, Japeu and ether Varnishes. W INDOW GLASS, of all sizes. Ptttty. Painter's Brurhes. KUBBEIt GOODS-Nursing Bottles, In haling Bottles, Nasal Douche, Gum Nip ples, Breast Pumps, Trusses, Kyringts, ic. CONFECTIOxERIES, FRUITS, rmr ci v mm 9 &z. Z2 m COME IN AND EXAMINE MY STOCK WHEN YOU WANT ASYTTalNG IN THE ABOVE LINE'. POStRSTHHANDBILLS, Circulars, Cards, Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Blanks, AMD1 fl . PBINVINO Oi" Every JeKerlption FXFCDTRD AT THP. "OAZKTrF" OFF!.--' IN GOOD HTYLF AND AT VFItT LOW 1 P-ICF : 8 T It E BT j Special inducements to Atlanta, Oa. HAS DEALT WITH CS. fjanij-ly YEAR! Ginms SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Implements, to sell at very Low Figures for Morristovon Tenn. PHYSICIANS AND COCNTBT MBit x CHANTS You can buy your Drugs, Medicines, Essences, Extracts, sr., just as cheap at this establishment as you can in the City Markets. A Large &n-l Varied assortment of Stationery, sncb as Letter and Cap Papers, Envelopes, Pens, Pencils'. 4c. TOILET. GOODS Combs, Hair, Tooth and Kail Brushes, Pomades. Hair Oils, Cocoa Cream, Hair Dyes, Lubiu's, Taylor's and other Fine Extracts, Cologns, Fine Boaps. TOBACCO AND CIGAUS Finest Brands of Chewing and Smoking Tolieceos, Fine Cigars, by the Box, at Wholesale DtUers Lowest Cash Prices t 13. (I aa .ssi s smL JbL i mm AND Main Street, MOKRISTOWJT, IUN AHX NOW OFFXJ!INO The L a r g o ft t AND BEST SELECTED stx;k or GENERAL MERCHANDISE ITER B BOUGHT TO This Market. OCR STOCK EMBRACES ETEBTTHIlta. IK TUB LINK OT Dry Goods, FROM THE CHEAPEST PMJVTS TO THE Finest Site, Jaconets, Muslins, Organdies, Poplin and Linens. CLOTHS k CASSIMEHES. Fine Brown and Bleached Dometicse Sheetings, Tickings, etc. , etc. A FULL LINK OF TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS AND FANCY CODS Fine Jewelry, CUFFS, COLLARS, HANDKERCHIEFS. A LARGE STOCK OF Mlltl' FIKB BOOTS AHD IHOII Hat and Clothing. A SPECIALITY, Ladies' Fine Shoes, Made to order for our Trade o- Uardware of nil Descriptions- TRACE CHAINS. Fine Table and Poe'ket Cutlerj, Lochs, Hinges, SCREWS, NAILS, TACKS, Carpenter's Tools, COOK STOVES, THE BEST RETAIL STOCK OF COFFEE. SUGARS. SYRUPS AND GROCERIES GENERALLY To bo found in East Tennessee. Q ue ensware, GLASS W ATrt E, Jelly Glasses and Fruit Jars. WOOD AND Wiljowware UTD, IH FACT, Everything necessary to make up a complete STOCK OF GOODS. We sell goods for Cash at Vr Short JProH, And ask our friends, and the public generally, to call and examine our stock and compare pricH. Klines Frice puid for Produce. EARNRST k BRISCOE, RKimiL