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Dig Around the Trees.
The Hearth and Home furnUhes the following good advice to fruj.t growers and farmers generally, and the advice needs to be repeated daily until its lessons shall have been thoroughly engrafted into the conduct of all who have fruit trees. It says : "Every farmer knows that a hili of corn or potatoes will not amount to much unless cultivated, and yet there are many who will neglect to give the same care to a tree, which is worth a hundred hills of cither of the former. In rich soils, trees may grow rapidly without cultivation, and no amount of grass or weeds will retard them ; but there are oth er thing besides growth to be looked after. If the weeds and grass are allowed to grow up around the stems of apple, peach or quince trees, the bark will become so soft near their, base by being shaded, aud thereby be in a suitable condition for the reception of the eggs which will eventually become peach or apple borers. Take any dozen young ap ple trees, in sections where the apple tree borer Is abundant, allow a por tion to be choked with weeds, and the reinainder well cultivated, and then watch the result From our own experience wo believe that the . , . - ; chances are nine out of ten in favor of those cultivated being free, from the pest. The same is true in re gard to many other trees which are liable to the attacks of various species of insects. Young evergreens should never have their lower 1 branches .-j j ., j , , shaded with weeds and grass and the soil as far as the lower branches extend should be stirred at least once in two or three weeks during the entire summer, or else apply some kind of mulching that will effectually keep down weeds. When the trees become large and strong, these precautious will not be neces sary. Every blade of grass or small weed that is allowed to grow about the stem of young trees will rob the soil of moisture, and this fact alone ought to be sullleieut to make every one practice thorough and careful culture." Murk for the Season. There is no time to be lost. Spring is practically upon us. If the gardens have not been plowed or spaced, let "it be done as sooii as possible. Early peas, onion sets, and lettuce ought, by this time to be srrowina'. Earlv cabbasre Dlanta will soon be needed. Be not idle.- j The moments are nrecious uow to thcgardchcT ' If vou can sret it. use plenty cf rotted, rich stable manure on the ground set apart for all plants which are cultivated for thefr. leaves and steins, such as cabbage, lettuce, tur nips, endive, etc. l'eas, beans, and other plants raised for their seeds, needs ashes, bone-dust, and earthy manures, stable, or nitrogenous ma nures not being so good for them, or at least not being so serviceable. It is not too soon to sow tomato, e'jrer-tdant, Denner, Lct-t. e:irlv cucum- h.r onm rrlorv. imrl other 'wU. Some of these will need protection from the frost. A little care will Sboald anvof ; generally save thxa your young plants be cm off by very severe and unusually cold weather, be not desponding, but sow again at once. All gardens, says the Gardeners Munthlij, should have beds of herbs, and we heartily endorse the state ment. "They are always looke.il for in the fall, and nearly always forgot ten in the snrimr. Now is the time to plant tbyme, aae, mint, balm, nci other perennial herbs; parsley and other seed of hardy kinds may bv sown.'' Do not work the ground when it is wet. . Nothing is gained by it. Better wait a week, or two weeks or longer. It ought to crumble when dug or spaded. Harrowing wheat. One of the editors of the Country Gentleman, who lives in a wheat growing district of New York, says that he finds it beneficial to harrow wheat in the pprnc with a light liar row. He does tbia several times, and till the wheat gets a foot high. A light tillage impletrieiit. should be made and used that v4 stir the ground nicely between the rows of wheat in the dfUl ; giving the young plant the advantage of cultivation and weeding, if any weeds are seen. A fanner should not permit cockle, cheat, nor any other plant than wheat to grow to the injury of the crop. Clean cultivation if more important than many suppose. Allpreserved fniitsauu vegetables should be stored in glass, that no metal of any kind should be brought in contact with tliem. Fruits con tain more or less vegetable acids; others that are highly corrosive and often formed by fermentation, and metallic vessels are thus considera bly acted upon. Tin ans are held together by a sobier, an alloy into Ihich lead enters largely. This metal is easily corroded by vegetable acids, and poisonous salts arc formed. Clover Uaj. A correspondent of the Country Gentleman, writing from Northern Illinois says : I have come to re- gard the clover crop as the most profitable one I can raise in our L-ere climate. From the field of twelve to fifteen acres of dry, sandy soil. I have cut of mixed timothy and mammoth clover, hay enough to fill two lofts, packed fall, measuring one seventy by twenty feet, and the other sixty y twenty-fie feet, both deep lofts, and part of another loft, j In favorable seasons, on rich ground j an enormous yield of mammoth ciover can oe ouuunea. sexi, seas- y j j.a u t. ju. i i" ! on 1 abandon wkeat for clover, as 1 : iaiA n,- . a I crop of clover fedto sheep for wool or mutton pays better. It had bet ter be fed but twice each week to breeding ewes, as it is too heating, but for lambs, wethers or store sheep, leeci all you can, saving the stems "American Agriculturalist." for brood mares, and young horses, j Having secured the general agency for East Ten . . , . -, , .1 nessee, 1 wish a j With mixed timothy and mammoth j GOOD, JiKM A liLK AGENT clover, I have wintered six hundred ; T:' - to whom liberal terms arm : offered. It mil skll au! pay kk;.i Single Ma- sheep and thirty horses, c;oinrr through I !!L2ff ,M' b' B?Pf! carefully boxed, 1 J I full instructions to any address. - n receiptor in good condition fed as above." The stock wintered on this farm, produce before they are turned from their stables and sheds in the spring over a thousand loads of rich ma nure. The fertilizer produced from one ton of clover hay is worth more than that made by three tons of wheat straw. This fact is a strong .argument in favor of rising and feeding clover to brood mares, colts, mules, ewes, lambs, fattening wethers, . dairy cows and young cattle gener j ally. On a farm that produces so 1 much stable manure, there can be no trouble in. growing fine crops of L -vl 1 4- V. ,UUI"' uats u Y"C'1L' i Pastljre3' ad manured meadows that need plowing alter clover and 1 lllliULU). jLiita piiiuit; ,.w non ces hogs in tflieserwords : '"As b.ors and railroads have paupered the Western country, I shall have noth ing to satisfy their maw in the way ! of freight ; and as to hogs, I shall ; hunt up some man that I hate that ' I want to. ruin himself and family ; and drive my hogs to his premises, and give them to him, and I think j I shall dodge railroad pork corners." freights Steaming Muck Feed. Air. William Brosier, of North port LotffRtsTand, is one of the largest and most successful stock raisers in New York, and. steams the hay, strew and fodder ' fed to a large dairy of cows and other stock. Sh'nw 1f'il Willi rnif-a h imilv; wnrth I about one-third as much per ton as good hay : and the best corn fodder raised especially for forage, cooked. is equal" to hay. His ateam- mg box holds just a cord; nut he cooks all feed under two pounds i i lncssuitJ Ul sLL;uu 1Ui "" md feeds it pretty warm, or at blood heat. With warm stables, steamed feed and many roots, such as car rots, beets and turnips, he is able to turn out over 100 lbs of fresh butter a day in the coldest weather. In butter he sells nothing but air. and that at a high price lie will soon need a railway over his fields of 1,000 acres to facilitate the transportation of large crop3 to his barns and stables and the return of manure in eflll quantities. Steam will soon do all this work, Including all tillage as 11 now does mewing, reaping, sawing, wood cutting, threshing liay, straw and cornstalks, churning, pmnping, etc. A Fat Cow's Milk. In Cliattn,uqua, a county in New York, where fifty thousand dairy cows are kept, the cheese- and but ter factories have just found out that 100 pounds of milk from fat . . and wortll I cows is richer in butter, more than the same weight of milk from lean cows. Lean kine are still In disrepute, and low 'feeding does iiot pay. Another point of some interest was developed nt a large daymen's meeting. One member of the Association had been some weeks in Nets? York, and while there saw the best dairy butter quoted at ; 33 to 3o oents a pound ; while deal ers had dairy butter which they sold at "0 cents a pound, '"some holders refusing to sell at that price." Here was a crreat share between the producer and consumer a subject that farmers should watch and study closely. Producers and consumers must come closer together, so they can see every article all the way in its transit, pay what is right to middle men and no more, having as few of that class as possible. ( hurnin, n,,r.;nrr trio rssswa nf r-hnrr.MKr ft ! shraaaaaas ... III l it 111 UUUUl llll IV iv,,.j--..v.v. must be observed, or the butter will be soft and spongy instead of being firm and compact. The agitation, also, of the cream must be regular neither too quick nor too slow. If the agitation is too quick the butter will make and unmake itself before the churner is aware of it, too rapid motion induces fermentation which, when it has reached a certain point, is entirely destructU'e of anything ike the possibility of making even ; nodcrately good or well-tasting but- j mo( ter. If, on the other hand, the mo tion be too slow, the aeitators in ta ,.L.... foil tooro.lPP thm rlirprl separation of the component parts of the cream, and the consequence i is, that fitter a good rteai 01 tune I spent ia laz.v actlQn the churner is jusf a far from bis butter as he was at the beginning of his labors The best temperatnro for the cream is! from Sfty to sixty degrees. New Advertisements THE j BECKWITH SEWING MACHINE, GilEATLY r ? t it t 'Enlarged and Improved! i M j J j j 3 PS d c 2 Practical. Durable. Simple & Beautiful. The first aud only success in producing a Y . , r V aluable Low-Priced Machine. Makes the same stitch a the WUlODX ft Oibbs Sixty-Five Dollar Machine. Xr-i c? c12.00, Including Hemmer, Guide, Four Needles, Bottle of Oil and Can. It is endorsed by such periodicals as "The Scientific American" AND price, for circulars and terms of agency address WM. F. CUMMINS. TiOinsviile, Blount Co., Tena P. S. If you wunt Organs, Pianos, or any kind of musical mei chandise, I tan naaply you on good it-ruiH. " declti-3ia. ST. LOUIS, MEMPHIS, NASHVILLE & CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD LINE. Great Central Short Route. Without change of cars to NASHVILLE, Mi KKNZIF, UXION CITY, HICK MAN, HUMBOLDT, BltOWNSVILLK AND II K k PHI 8 - ONLY ON B CHANGE To Jackson, Tenn.. Paducah, Ky., Little P.ock, Ark., Cairo and .St. Louis. More mi 150 Mjs Snorter fo S T . LOUIS Than via Menijihi-s or Louisville, and frost 8 TO 15 HOURS QUICKER Thau via Corinth and Grand Junction ASK FOIl TICKETS TO Memphis and the Southwest Vii Chattanooga and McKenzi, and to St. Lotiis and the Northwest Via Nashville aud Colunibus ail Hail ; Or, Nashville and Hickman Pail and Hirer. The Lowest Special Rates for Emigrants with mon Advantage, Quicker Time aud Fewer chiig..-s of cars than any other Houto. Tickets for sale at the Principal iiiket Offices in the South. J. W. Til I MAS, Oenl Supt. V. L. LANLL1", G-T. A; T. A. Ci. M. UABPJLL, Agent nov27 KnoxviDe, Tenn. ALL SEEKING nr v SHOULD SEX'S FOR A COPY CF Ah,. 111 -.4 i ' t l'. V unnii w which contains a lift of all tue;des.irar.ie advertising mediuniH in the Country, wit'i Cmcr initios. Kites, Sr. Invaluable to all who desiie to apend their money to Best Possible A4VMtare. Bmi post free fur T cents in paper, 50 ct nts in cloth. Address T. C. EVANS, Gtnera.1 Nawntaoer AJvertiaine Aemt. inf. Wjishhic-ton rftrot. ;: ' .toi.. o-tas-em.) Stieff's Pianos. UPWARDS OF FIFTY First Premiums and GOLD AND SILVER MKDALS HAVE BEEN Avarde.l to CHARLES SC. STIEFF, for the L.-Kt I'iauuo, In competition w ith all the leading fai-torics iu the country. W A R E R O O M S , No. !) N. Liberty Street, Baltimore, Md. The BttaJTS Pianoa contain all the latest improve ineuts to lie fouinl in a first-class i'iano, with aiMi- tional improvements of his own invention, not to be found ia other instruments, ibe tone, touch and finish of their instruments cannot be excelled by any manufactured. A larne illllnilil Of Second Hand riiiuos al ways on baud, from $7 S to $SHO. 1'arlor aud Church Organs, some 20 different styles on hand, from f-'ii) and upwards. Send f"r Illustrated Catalogue, containing names of over 1300 Southerners, (.loo of which are Virgin ians, 290 Nurth Carolinians, 150 East Tenn cans and others throughout the South.) w ho have bought the Stieff Tiano since the closo of the war. T II E W FED fggjy Fa701l!5 SSWlIlg MaCMllti THE GREAT NATIONAL PARTY OF 1872 HR for its candiduto The Popular Weed Sewlne Machine. This candidate has served the country for yeare, . giving perfect satisfaction to all. Its running qualities insure victory iu e contest. It reaves the support of C6 laUie everywtere. &nA ,, more popular than Grrant or Greeley, in the canvass now being made. It is ready to speak for itself in every family in the land. Office, 102 Gav street, Knoxville, Tenn. S. P. ANGEL, Agent. J. M. ATKINS, Local Agent. HEF.IEF-S4 SALE. By virtue jt an order of sale issued fr in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cocke county, and to me directed, in favor of J. H. Thomas and Wm. Deuton, administvtors of A. B. Denton, deeeased, and against W. H. Gar ner, L. L. Roberts and John Gamer security, I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, af. the fmrt Ml:- - ilo.,r. ikt f!lifLim Derxit- on the 24th dav of March next, 1873, all the claim and interest that T, ,1m fiarnsr hR in and to a tract of land situa- ted in the nth ""adjomiu District of Cocke county, and con- timation, one hundred acres, more or the lands of the heirs of Joseph Webb, Jacob SbulU and others. Due attendance er paid. February 4th, M73. JAMES NKTHERTON, Sheriff. febl9. Priuter'H fe (5 00. xo C;9ft B5 dH : A(fent rpx, yonng or old, mako mor mon s wanted ! All peid", of e;ihr oy at work for us la their spare moments, or all the time, than at any thing elac. Particulars freo. Address G. StiiiKon k Co., Portland Maine. fsiia-ly piAUDS AND HILT-TIK AJ J Pr.ud s.t Usi? Od&c CADS NEAT- Miscellaneous Ad vert isements W. M , WILMETH, MAIN STREET, MORRISTOWN, TENN. Has opened a complete stock of Family Groceries, Which he offers cheap for Cash. He will pay the highest market price for all kinds of country produce. Also, keeps a good stock of Staple Ooods, such as Heavy Domestics, Shoes, Prints, Fancy Goods. This is the place where yon can always find some. niiis good to eat. jelSMy- T. PENCE PENCE & LYLE, IN THE "EAMES BLOCK,' 3Iain Street. Are now receiving nd opening KaParaon enn take these Bitters ac cording to directions, and remain Ions unwell, provided their bones are not destroyed by mine ral poison or otUer means, and vital organs wanted beyond the poiut of repair. Dyspepsia or IiaJBetto, Tleadache, Pain in the Shoulder, Coiwlis, Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness. Sour Eructations of the Sto mach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the neart. Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful nvmptoms arc the off springs of Dyspepsia. One bottl .Till prove 3 better guarantee of its ijiita than a lengthy advertisement. For FeuinleCom plaints, in young or old, married or sin-rle, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided an ind- encc that improvement is soon perceptible. For lnflnmuntory and Chronic RheoinatiMii and Gout, Bilious. Remittent aud Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitters have no equal. Sncli Diseases Me caused by Vitiated Blood. They are ft gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic, possessing the merit of acting as a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or In Cammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, an 1 in Bilious Diseases. for SUI- Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter. Salt FJieum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles. Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eve, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolora tions of the Skin, Humors ami Diseases of the Skin of whatever name or nature, are liter ally dug up and carried out of the sys tem in a short time by the use of these Bitters. Gruteftil Thousands proc.im Vinegar Bitters the most wonderful luvigorant that ever sustained the sinking system. It. II. itlcBOXALD at CO. Druggists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Cal., & cor. of Washington and Charlton Sta., N.Y. SOLD BY ILL, DRUGGISTS & DEALERS. A BOOK FORTHE MILLION: Marriage ortotl HirrKd or ihose sijout to marrv on Ihe physiological mvsterit'.i and rereiatiooBof the sex 'Jill nvstt rn. vith the Cviide. lateat discovfrielii piielii and preTeutiug offspriog, fcow to iiretervo the oooipiexioii, :. ... Tbiai ao lat-re-iug work o r two hnndred and sixty Rates with numejiiua eogratings. and contains valuable iforniationlor Ujoae who are iuarried,or contemplate mar riage Still It ia a book that gh t 10 be kept under lock Mdkey. and uotlai.1 careleasly about the house. 1 1 cootaiiia the eaperieoee and advice o f a physician whose rcputatioa'Is world-wide, and should be i n i the pri vate drawer of every male and female throughout the entire globe. It embraoea cverrthiug on the subject o f the gen erativ9Ttem that'is Torth knowing, and much that ia ot published In any otb,-r work. Betitto nt one (Tree ot postage for Pi fly Tents, address Dr. -BatW l)ipensarj,No. 12 Eigutllitreet 8t- Louis, Mo. Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate. lserore applying to the notorious "quacks who advertise ia public papers, or using aay quack remedies peruse Dr. Butts' work no matter what yourdiseaseis, or how deplor able your couditiun. nr. Butts occupies a double house or twenty-seven rooms; i s indorsed bv sonic o r the most celebrated medi ca I professors of lb,is couuirv and Kuroi:, and can be con sailed personally " bv mail, on tliediseases mentioucd m kit works. OtBce and parlors. No. 12 If. Eighth avreet, attwtcu Market aud CUesaut, St. Louis, Mo. si r .. erai . '. Statu II Of Chronic or Acute Rheumatism, Oout, S -iatica, Heada he, Lumbago, -tgue Nervousni-ss or Kidney Affections accepted for treatment that I cannot cure. ' J. I'. I ITLKR, M. D. )f Chronic antlJ Xpute Rlieum.-iUsm, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Scffitfca'. Kifiney and Nervous Diseases, after years at suffering, by taking Dn. Fitlf.k's Vixsetable KhetmatI!' Syrcp the scientific dis covery of J. P. Fitler, M. D., a regular graduate phyafcian, with whom we are personally acquainted, who has fr 3"J years treated thesn diseases exclu sively, wjth astonishing reenMfc We believe it our christian duty, after deliberation, to conscientiously request snffeiers to use it, especially persons in moderate circunistances who cannot afford to Waste money and time on worthless mixtures. As cler gymen we seriously feel the deep responsibility resting on us in publicly endorsing this medicine. But our knowledge and experience of its remarka ble merit ftilfy justifies our action. Rev. C. H. Ewing, Media, Fenu'a, suffered sixteen years, be es me honeless. Rev. Thomas Murphy, D. D., Frankford. Philad'a. Rev. J. B. Davis, Hights town, New Jersev Rev. J. S. Buchanan, Clarence, bwa. Rrv. i. O. Saiith, Bittsford, New York. Rev. Joseph Becrgs, Falls Church, Vhiladelphia. Other testimonials from Senators, Governors, Judges, Congressmen, Physicians, kc, forwarded gratis with pamphlet explainijig these diseases. One thousand dollars will be presented to any med icine for same diseases showing equal merit under test, or that can produce one-fourth as many living cures. Any person sending by letter description of affliction, will receive gratis a legally signed guar antee, naming the number of bottles to cure, agree ing to refund money upon sworn statement of its failure to cure. Afflicted invited to write to Dr. Fitler, Philadelphia. His valuable advice costs nothing. For sale by DR. G. T. MAGEE, MORRISTOWN. . jy3 Mincourasze WMpmc People. I WLM SJ) ET V N N " mm mm MAKUPACTL'REKS OP Wagons, Capvinges, Baggltt, Carta, &c. MORRISTOWN, TENN. ALL of our work is triads of the best material, by good iv i i kni'j Blacktsinilitins of avery description promutflPxecuteU. All work war rantee! . Keep your mney ut home by piitrunizing your own manufacturers. l)ur work will out'ast that made attlio .Norlii, and Is, therelore, much cheu'per. (iraHi ai d Produce taken inpayment. mar ishons on L. T. & Va. Kail lioad, west end of town. Our Timber Is ROOd---oar work Is well made. Bring Moaef w fw4 and w'li certainly rrade. fiiiVlf VfolWuM 4if iiriiim nj- n-i wii tr-iT-mMi . ..VI- ' - WZil'JS ' 111 ill! Fall and Winter Stock JUST OPENED FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY COCKE, READ & CO., - - - - - Morristown, Tennessee. a Fine Stock of General Merchandise, to which the attention OF PURCHASERS IS RESPECTFULLY Our Stock consists of Dry Goods, Groceries, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, Fine Boots and Shoes, Read Sladc clothing, Hats, Notions. AND, IN FACT, Everything else necessary to make up a full aud complete Stock of Goods ; all of which we will sed for Cash or good Produce at reasonable prices. We ask a trial from our friends and the public, pledging our best efforts to render en tire satisfaction. rENCE k LYLE. aplT-ly. Morristown, Tenn. 1873. 1813. IMPORTANT TO TRAVELLERS & SHIPPERS! ATLANTIC. MISSISSIPPI & OHIO RAILROAD. TWO DAILY TRAINS! Tft E consolidated Uailwuv, extending om Bristol, Tenn., lo Xortulk, Vra.. enters upon the new year with incieaseil tiiciliiies for Hccommoduing (he (inblic in I he transportation of T hatkl and Fiieiuht. An addition of NEW AND ELEGANT CARS will be added to the line, and the road bed will continue to be improved win NEW IRON, 5c C . until it will be made a firt class Railway tn every particular. The COIPEST aud most Pleasant Route te Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, and Boston, Via Norfolk, and the splendid Steamships that leave regularly, in connection with this Kail way, that City, for the above places. T1ioii,!i Tickets wl Until Used. Baggage Checked Through Sleeping Cars on all Trains! : EUROPEAN EMIGRANTS ! Having made MTmgeaMMta with the '1 lun Line of Steamships w hich l v soini monthly between Liverpool and Norfolk, we can now sell tickets to and from Liverpool, at GREATLY REDUCED RATES. Persons haying friends in Europe, which they wish to send for, can now purchase Tickets at HrLstoI and Lynchburg, and send them by letter, to their friends. For Richmond Double Dally. Th'i South Side Division of this Railway Laving been put in good order, and the GREAT IRON BRIDGE having superceded the Old High Bridge, travellers taking this line will (ind it the ciikai'kst, as well as the shortest and quickest route to lhat city- Tickets, also tor sale, at greatly reduced rates, via PETERSBURG, V4., to Richmond, Va, No charge for transfer lifBitggagfe at Lynchburg, Burkeville. and oil o.ther places on this Railway Line. CHEAP ASD FAFRi:ii.IIT LINE. New arrangements have been made by which this has become the great Fast Freight Link to all parts of the country Time as quick, and rates as I ow as by any other route. Goods and Produce, of all kinds, foj warded in THROUGH CARS to destination. No breakage of bulk at Lynchburg, and no charge for D'rayage. .it any point. AH Claims Promptly Adjusted. Through hills of lading issued, with rates sruarantaed to and from Baltimore, Phi fa del phi a, New York and Boston. Boktox Agent W. M. Clark, 74 Washington st. New York " C. E. Evans, 303 Broadway. Philadelphia. John S. Wilson, 44 Smith Fifth st. Baltimore. E. Fitagerald, 154 West Baltimore st. Be rareful and have poods, marked : VA. & TKN'N. AIR-LINK, VIA NOR POLK. VA." 8g- For further information apply to ihe Depot Aifent.at Bristol, or to W. E. M- WORD, F. lirOER.M. T. Gen. Pass. Agent. Lynchburg, V PUBIFY YOUR BLOOD. For Scrofula, Scrofu loiw Iisca.-CM of (he Eyes, or Sciofula in Guy form. Any disease or eruption of the Skin, disease o! the Liver, Rheumatism, Pimples, O 1 a Sores, Ulcers, Broken -down Constitutions. Syphilis, or any disease depending on a de praved condition of the blood, 7DR. CROOK'S SYRUP OF POKE ROOT. It has the medicinal property of Poke combined with a prep aration of Iron which goes at once into the blood, perform ing the most rapid and won derful cures. Ask yonr Druggist ior Dr. Crook's Com pound Syrup of i'oke Boot take it end bt Ueaied. .HORSE SUOEISG PRICE REDUCED! ELOVE, the champion Blacksmith and Hon shoer, has reduced the price of Horse shoeing to ONE DOLLAR For Shoeing a Horse "ALL "BOUND." The CASH will be required for all work done at this reduced price. All kinds of Blackamithtug d ine in good style at equally low figures. Shop on Cumberland sU-eot, north of the Meth odist church. novlS E. LOVE. B LANKS FOR MAGISTRATES. "For 8le obeap at tow 095 c Neio Advertisements. LIVERY STABLE. MORRISTOWN, TENN. W. A. DICKINSON, Proprietor. GOOD JLg NEW hacks HORSE S.AND BUGGIES. T AM now prepared to accommodate the public in ' the very best manner, with good stock and ve hicles, upon the most reasonable terms. I now run A Daily Four Horse Hack to Talc Spring Speed, Safeey and Comfort guaranteed by my line. JOHN LYLE. INVITED WHOLESALE GROCERIES. D. A. CARPENTER, IIAKT1N L. ROSS. Knox county, Anderson county. CARPENTER, ROSS & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND Commission Merchants, KO. .184 G STREET, KNOXVILLE, TENN We are now offering to the Merchants of foist Teiinesse and western North Carolina A Complete Stock o ' Comprising full lines of COFFEE, TEAS, SUGAR, CANDLES, SOAPS, PICKLES, Sfc, SfC., 8'c. Out" stock i entirely new and fresh, and having been bought since the reduotion in (he tarilf, our COFFEES AND TEAS Cannot be undersold by any house in the city. COMMISSION MERCHANTS we also deal in B f C O .TV JL JK U -AND Country Produce Generally. Orders solkittd and liberal cash advances made on consignments. Carpenter, Ros3 & Co. NO. 134 ft STREET, KNOXVILLE, TENN. Dr. Crook's Wine of Tar. lO YEARS or a Public Test Has proved DR. CROOK'S WINE ox TAR. To have morf merit than any similar prepara tion ever ottered. the public. Tt in rleh In the medicinal qnal- L'SOl"Tar.aniliineqnalI tordiea8 of the Throat and Lungs, per- formirc the most remarkable cure. Conghs, Colds, Chronic Conghau It effectual It cure them all. Asthma and Bronchitis. Has cured so many cases it has been pronounced specific for the com plaints, For pains in Breast. Side or Back, Gravel or Kidney Disease, Diseases of the Urinary Organs, Jaundice or any Liver iomplaint, It bas no equal. It is also a superior Tonic, Restores the Appetite, Strengthens the System, Eestores the weak and Debilitated, Causes the Food to Digest, Bemoves Dyspepsia and Indigestion, Prevents Malarious Fevers, Gives tone to your System. TRY DR. CROOK'S WINE0FTAR I piiui.NAl. ATTACHMENT BEFORE A JUS TICE'S COURT. Joeepi: H. White vs f. J. Al derson. Iaaplea of debt due by aoconn. it ap pears from the ailQgations of the plaintiff, which are worn to, that the defendant, T. J. Alderson, te justly indebted to htm in the sum of $22 oM, has absconded and is now a neii-resident of the State of Tennessee, and an Original Attachment having been issued, aud returned by the officer, on the personal tr pertv In the hands of W. N. Clarkson and M. Cobble; it is therefore ordered that publi aUion be n -ade for four successive weeks in the Morristown Gazette, a newsparjer published in the town of Morritown, Hamblen county, Tenn., no tifying said defendant to appear before me at my office, in the Bth diatrie.t of said county, on the 2h dav of March, 1873, to auawer said plaintiff in said cause or the same will he taken aa confessed and set for hearing ex tiarte aa to him. WM. B. NENNEY, 3. P. for Hamblen county, tex-iw. Printer's fee $5 00. mm Neiv Advertisements. Now is tie Time to Suteilie ! THE MORRISTOWN GAZETTE WILL SOON APPEAR IN An Entirely New Dress, "OUT AND OUT," And the Proprietors are deter mined to make it the Best County Paper IN UPPER EAST TENNESSEE. TERMS: two dollars a year. Always in Advance. Let our friends make an ef fort to aid us in extending the circulation of the Gazette, and if each one of our present sub scribers will but ask their neighbor to subscribe, and send us one name, with the money, we will be enabled to make the Gazette the best Family and and Fireside Newspaper in the State. Come up, friends, to the work, and give us a rousing good list ! THE GAZETTE I BOOK JO Printing Establishment IS NOW COMPLETE. IN Every Department -o We are fully prepared to exe cute promptly every des cription of plain and ornamental Job Printing, SUCH AS PAMPHLETS, POSTERS, HANDBILLS. BILLHEADS, LETTER HEADS, CIRCULARS, CARDS, TAOS, ENVELOPLES, TICKETS, ic, 4c. IN GOOD STYLE, AND AT REASONABLE PRICES. -0- IX CONNECTION WITH OUR JOB OFFICE WE HAVE A WHERE WE ARE PREPARED TO BIND i:V GOOD STYLE Books, Mngnzines, Sheet Music, Pamphlets, Etc., AT VERY Reasonable Prices! Sen din jour Orders, and they will be promptly filled. 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CLARENCE COOK on Furniture fc Decoration. R. II, STODDARD on Authors. i hxirani dinar j IMsteencBta t' New Rubcrl- b: rs ; .100 Tft U v i 1.00. Ar., Ac. The Publish, rs of SCBIBNEB1H KOstl lll-V, iu their Prosrectus .iust issued, promise for tlie ensuing year a more brilliant array of corn i ibutors, and an increase iu the variety Bud beauty oi its illustra tions, already conceded by the c ities to be "fimr than any which have hitherto apxered in any American magazine." Dr. Holland, the Editor, v.-fjl rito the serial story of the year, wnich will be auobiogTaphioal in form, and will be Ulnatrated bv Miss Hsllock. Hi entith d ARTHUR BONNICASTLE, aud will deal with some of the moat dUScuM jirobU ins ot Ameri can life. It was commenced in the November num ber. There wall be a new story by Saxe Holm T HE ONE LEGGED DANCERS. 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