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The Morristown Gazette.
Wednesday Morning. Jnly 2, 1873. j K. T.. Va. i ia. Railroad Tlmc-Table. Tram, arrive at. and leave Morristown as follows : Arrive. Mail train, west 0:22 a. m. Mail train, east, 2:03 p. m. PMWiiger train, west, 8:49 p. m. Passenger train, east, 6:13 a. m. Way Freight, west, 2:18 p. m. Way Freight, ea, 10:28 a. m. Leave. 9:24 a. m. 2:29 p. m. 8:30 p. m. C:14 a. m. 2:40 p. m. 10:40 a. in. Clncli! natl, Cumberland Gap X Charleston IS. It. Daily trains (Sunday excepted,) leave MonMofa 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. Kascality is rampant, and stalks the earth from Maine to California. The "Buucombe" train ran over and killed somebody's hog, the other day, near the crossing. Nest Friday is the day we used to celebrate, but it is about played. Poor "Old Lang Syne I" Ililliard Iludgins claims to be the champion barber of the burg. Shop in the "Y," between the E. T., Va. & Ga. and Buncombe Railroa Is. Wilmeth's mackerel are going off like "hot cakes." lie sells them low and they are of a very superior quality. Messrs. Folsom cc Lyle have burn ed one kiln of brick, and will soon commence work on the walls of our new court house. Coulter & Browder have cholera remedies which Dr. Coulter sa3-s is "dead-shot" to all sickness "mit der stomach." Rain, rain, rain one continued drizzle for the past week. A day or two of sunshine would be greeted with pleasure, just now. The most important sanitary meas ure we have noticed is the clean out fit of a certain agent new clothes from head to foot. No danger of cholera now, Walt. The Children's Hour for July is a gem of literature for the little folks. Send $1 to T. S. Arthur & Son, Phil adelphia, and get it for j our chil dren. You will never regret it. Attention is called to the new ad vertisement of Hawkins, Butt & Co., dealers in stoves, tinware, etc.. agents for the celebrated Star Cook ing Stove. Knoxville, Tenn. Dn:o, at tiie residence of his grandfather, R. E. Rice, Esq., in Morristown, on Monday, "23d uU., Hugh W., infant son of I high W. Lynn, Esq., of Knoxville, aged 3 months and 3 clays. James Thurman, formerly em ployed as an engineer on the 'Bun combe ' Railroad, and well-known in this community died recently in Nashville from an attack of the cholera. Our County Court solons should take some action next Monday in regard to a jail. We need a good jail badly and we trust that ways and means may be devised by which we will soon have one. On Wednesday last the morning passenger train going east "flew the track" about two miles west of town. but fortunately no one was hurt. The engine was damaged considera bly. Attention is directed to the new card of W. M. Wilmetb, grocer and produce merchant. Mr. Wilmeth has added a full line of boots and shoes to his stock, which he is offer ing at low liarures. The following, clipped from an ex change, is peculiarly appropriate to the scent that daily and arises from our streets : "Go see what I have sawn. Go feel what I Lave felt, Rise up with early dawn And smell what I have smelt !" nightly There is a man in Morristown who says he can't live happy unless his mother-in-law lives in the same house with him, and she's the only woman who can tackle his wife suc cessfully. They take up so much time jawing each other that he has a peaceful life. Arthur's Home Magazine for July has been received and we take pleas ure in saying it is one of our family favorites. The literature is of that class that makes you think better of mankind generally, after reading it It is only $2 a year and well worth the money. T. S. Arthur & Son, publishers, Philadelphia, l'a. Fine ( aminos. We are indebted to the publishers of the Hearth and Home and the American Agriculturist for two beau tiful chromos. "The Strawberry Girl" is a splendid 14x20 inch pic ture, printed in colors on eighteen plates, and is given as a premium to every subscriber to the Hearth and Home. It is well worth the sub scription price of the paper $3 a year. The other picture "Mischief Brewing" is very attractive and would make a splendid ornament for any home. It is a premium to sub scribers to the American Agricultu rist. We heartily recommend the two papers to our readers as in every respect worthy of their patronage. Both papers with chromos will be sent for $4 75. Orange Judd & Co., publishers, 24o Broadway. New York. "How Loug, Oh, Hoit Long?" On Wednesday last two men got into a row near the depot when one of them drew a pistol and shot at the other, but doing no damage. ( n Wednesday night some unknown parties waylaid Henry Walker, the barber, and gave him a pelting with rocks. Almost every week we have a street fight and yet there has not been au arrest made by the corpo rate authorities for mouths, unless, perhaps, it be some poor fellow who was too drunk to resist. Now, the question is " where' s the corpora tion?" Is it dead, or only sleeping until tax-gathering time? Ah! that's where the fun comes in. They'll be on hand then sure. We think we are law-abiding and always willing to do the - fair thing," but we now say to our people, refuse to pay tax until these and many other neglects of duty be rectified until we have a corporation to pay tax to. If we are to have a corporation, let us have one, indeed, but if it is to be a mere "money machine," let us stop their rations. Hood Advice. Dr. J. G. Holland, in Scribner's Monthly for Julv, says : "Nothing can be more cruel and nothing more foolish than to place children where they must be dressed every day in fresh and fashionable clothes, and their freedom to play curtailed for the sake of appearances. What childhood needs is perfect freedom among the things of nature free dom to romp, to make mud-pies, to leap fences, to row, to fish, to climb trees, to chase butterflies, to gather wild-flowers, to live out of doors from morning until night, and to do all those things that innocent and healthy childhood delights in, in cheap, strong clothes provided for the purpose. Exactly that which childhood needs, manhood and wo manhood need perfect liberty and perfect carelessness. So, whether the dweller by the sea go inland for his summer play, or the resident of the inland city go to the sea, he should seek some spot an visited by those devoted to fashionable display and pass his time in unrestricted communion with nature, and in those pursuits and amusements which, without let or hindrance, perforin the oflice of recreation." Disgraceful. On last Sunday, some drunken roughs put in an appearance in our town, and behaved themselves in a most boisterous and disgraceful man ner cursing loudly and firing two -hots from a pistol, ntjar the centre of the town, much to the disquiet and disgust of all good people. And all this within the limits of our "cor poration." What do our town au thorities mean ? Have they no re gard for the peace, order and quiet of the community? Such conduct as was had on last Sabbath in our place, is a disgrace, and that the perpetrator's go unpunished is a burning shame to those officers of the law whose duty it is to look after the arrest and punishment of such transgressors. The Cholera at lireciicvllle. Our neighboring town, Greene ville, has suffered terribly from this scourge, some twenty-six persons having been carried oir by the rav ages of the disease since its appear ance there. The following named persons have died since about the first of June : A. M. Piper, Mrs. Maggie Mitchell, Mrs. Arrowood. Geo. Ruble, wife and child, A. Roy al, John Cooper's wife and child, Mrs. Presley, Alf. Rhea, (col.,) Del pha Ross, (col.,) Sallie Bryson's child, (col..) Mrs. J. C. Wilson, Mrs. Pickering, Miss CalUe Reaves, Mrs. Sophia Lincoln, Thos. L. MeFall, Mrs. Drummond, H. Woods, (col.,) Mrs. Earnsworth, Mr. Moorehead, Miss Thornburg, Mrs. Wilhoit and three children of Fred Mitchell. About seventy families have left Grcencville, and there are only some three hundred people left in the place. A bill for suppressing religious corporations has passed the Italian Parliament, and with the signature of the King will become a law. We are not troubled in that way in this country. Our "corporations" are not religiously inclined to much ex tent ; and when they get them sup pressed in Italy, if a few of those who arc thrown out of emploj'ment could be sent as missionaries to con vert some of our corporate authori ties and imbue them with a proper christian spirit and more respect for the performance of their duties, it would not be a bad idea. "He that revengeth knows no rest, The meek possess a iwaeeful breast." Now that's none of our poetry not a bit of it so don't a pair of men come at us armed with blud geons, knives and shooting irons, de manding the author. We want it understood that we are no part of a poet, and we are glad of it ; we would rather be a fiddler. There's lately been so much fuss and fight ing around our town that we com mend the above quoted lines to the "fighting fraternity" and trust that they will give the sentiment their prayerful consideration. A fashionable query : What's the cholera news. Scribner's for July. "The Great South" series of mag nificently illustrated articles begins in Scribner's for July. In the first paper entitled "The New Route to the Gulf," Mr. Edward King gives us graphic descriptions of the move ment of the army of emigrants into the great Southwest land, and of the romantic border life past and pres ent of that strange but now rapid ly modernizing country. An enter taining illustrated paper on "Low Life in Berlin" follows this. One of the most interesting magazine arti cles of the day is Rev. J. A. Reed's defense of Lincoln from the attacks of certain late biographers. Anoth er noteworthy article in this number is Dr. Newell'8 singular autobio graphic paper, entitled "Recollec tions of a Restored Lunatic." There are, besides the continuation of Arthur Bonnicastle (in which is chronicled the death of Old Jenks ;) stories by Adeline Trafton and Miss Osgood ; a bright little article on "Children's Magazines;" a remarka ble paper by "An Orthodox Minis ter" on "The Liberty of Protestant ism," and poetry by MacDonald, G. P. Lathrop, B. F. Taylor, Miss An nan, and others. In "Topics of the Times," Dr. Hol land discusses American Morals, Skilled Domestic Service, and Sum mer Play. In "The Old Cabinet" we find The Stove that Makes its own Twilight, Within and Without, Ideal and Real, Song of a Heathen sojourning in Galilee, a. d. '32. The Book Reviews are more than usually full and readable, and the other departments have their cus tomary interest. Bret llarte's new story will begin in the number. August Wood's Household Magazine for July is ahead of any previous num ber, and when we consider its usual standard excellence, this is rare praise indeed. It is "household," not only in name but in character, and its table of contents shows a wonderful adaptation of articles to the individual members of the fami ly circle. The price of the maga zine is one dollar a year. Address Wood's Household Magazine, New burgh, New York. We were pleased to receive a call, on Monday, from Mr. W. R. Manard, Principal of the Clifton School, which has just closed a most prosper ous session. The next session of Mr. Manard's school will commence on the first Monday in August next. This is one of the institutions of which our Cocke county neighbors should feel proud. The Career of a Great Remedy. Twenty Biraimcre have elapsed since it was briefly announced that a new vegetable tunic and altera tive, bearing the name of Hostetter's Stomach Bit ters, had teeu added to the list of preventive and restorative medicines. The modest advertisement which invited attention to the preparation stated that it had been used with great success in private practice as a cure for dyspepsia, bilious complaints, constipation and intermittent fever. It was soon discovered th.it the article possessed extraordinary properties. The people of every class, tested its merits as a tonic, stimulant, corrective and restora tive, and found that its effects niofe than fulfilled their hopes and expectations. From that time to the present its course has been upward and onward, and it stands to-day at the head of all medicines of its class, American or imported, in the magnitude of its sales and its reputation as a Bafe, agreeable and potent invigorant and restorative. For lan guor and debility, lack of appetite and gastric dis turbances so common during the llliiiiwr months it is absolutely infallible. Indigestion, bilious dis orders, constipation, nervousness, periodical fevers and all the ordinary complaints generated by a vi tiated and humid atmosphere, vanish under its renovating and regulating influence. This is its record, avouched by volumes of intelligent testi mony, extending over ajieriod of a fifth of a cen tury, and comprehending the names of thousands of well known citizens belonging to every class and calling. In Europe it is thought a great thing to obtain the patronage of royalty for a "patent med icine," but Hostetter's Hitters has been sponta neously approved by millions of independent sov ereigns, and its patent consists in their endorse ment. A Cure for Cholera. The Knoxville Chronicle, of the 7th, says: "In view of the fact that other portions of our State are being scourged with that dreadful disease, cholera, it behooves every one to immediately provide themselves with the best known remedies, for, to be cured at all, cholera must be cured quickly. The first symptom of this disease is usually a painless diar rhoea, accompanied with a feeling of coldness in the bowels. Where the cholera is prevailing no other warn ing is necessar', but the person at tacked should immediately lie down and keep quiet, have a large mus tard poultice prepared and cover the entire abdomen. To stop the diar rhoea nothing has yet been discovered more elficient than Dr. Lytle's Klix- lr, taken in liberal doses, which should be taken as soon as possible. Should the case be stubborn and pain and cramp follow, take a large dose of Dr. Hart's Great Relief in wardly and have the limbs rubbed vigorously with the same. By fol lowing these simple directions, one need fear cholera. no Ice Cream Saloon. Mack Fulton has opened Lis sa loon, at bis old stand on Main street, for the season, and invites the pub lic to call and try his ice cream. Mack understands how to fix it up "according to lloyl." New Spring Fashions. C. S. Fleshuian, Fashionable Tail or, has just received his plates of the Spring and Summer Fashions, and he invites those who desire their clothing cut and made in tho very best and latest style to give him a a call. Shop on Main street, iucast Morristown. Shearer's Improved Hay Press. We are now manufacturing and keep on hand the celebrated Improv ed II ay Press, recently invented by Mr. P. A. Shearer, and offer them for sale to farmers and others at a reasonable price. Persons interest ed in the raising and sale of hay are invited to call and examine this press. W. Van- Uvm & Bno. Morristown, Tenn. The reason that the bugsries, car- DO 7 riages, hacks, spring wagons, etc., manufactured by John Brown, are so popular and much sought after is, he puts nothing but the best material in the vehicles which he builds, and his work is always done in the neat est and most substantial manner. Fob Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression of Spirits k General Debility, in their various forms, Feiiuo-Phosphokated Elixir of Calisaya made by Caswell, Hazakd k Co., New York, and sold by all druggists, is the best tonic. As a stimulant tonic for patients recovering from fever or other sickness, it has no equal. If taken during the season it prevents fever and ague and other intermittent fevers. Wall Papers ! ! ! The Laroeht assortment ! The Finest Papers '. The Cheapest Goods ! Send size and style of each room, and samples will be sent at once by the Fast Tenn. Book House, Knoxville, Tenn. if Tkade Discount to Meuchanxs. Morristown Retail Market. Corn 5C cents per bushel. Corn meal 70 cents per bushel. Flour $4 50 to $5 00 per sack. Oats 33 cents per bushel, ilutter 10;; to 18 cents per pound. Fggs 10 cents per dozen. Irish lotatoea 75 cents per bushel. Onions 75 to 80 cents per bushel. Chickens 15 to 16;3. Lard 10 cents. Beeswax 25 cents per pound Feathers 50 cents per pound. Wheat, $1 50 to$l 60. Green apples 70 to 75 cents per bushel. Cotton yarns $2 00 per bunch. Dried Peaches, halves, 5 cents per pound ; Pealed peaches 8 cents per pound. Dried apples 3'j cents per pound. Baccn hams li".. to 13V according to trim, sides 11 to 12 shoul ders 0 to 10 joles G cents. The Fine Arts ! 250 Gross sheet Wax for Flowers. 500 Brass Moulds for Wax Flowers. Moulding Pius, Silk Covered Wire, Stem Wire kc, k:.. Every thing Necessaby to make Wax Flowers. Send to the East Tennessee Book House, Knoxville, Tenn. Campbell's Tenn. Form Book. Every one should have a copy. Sheep, $1 75 ; Board, $1 ".25. Send to Williams, Stubukk & Co., East Tenn. Book House, Knoxville, Tenn., and get one. Z3F Discount to the trade ! New Advertisements. H H 5 S S S TIME TESTS Ihe M KBITS Of all THINGS. 1 io 1X FOR THIRTY- THREE YEARS Porrv Davis' Has been tested in every variety of climate, and by almost every nation known to Americans. It is the almost constant companion and inestimable friend of the missionary and traveler, on sea and laud, aud no one should travel on our LAKES AND RIVERS WITHOUT IT. PAIN-KlLLERwas th first, and is the Only PermaneBtt I'aiu Reliever. Since the PAIN-KILLER was first introduced, and met with such unsurpassed sole, many Lini ments, Relief's, Panaceas, and other Remehies have been offered to the public, but not one of them has ever attained the truly enviable standing of the PAIN-KILLER. why is this so? It is because DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER is what It claims to be, a Reliever of Pain. Its merits nre Unsurpassed If you are suffering from INTERNAL PAIN, Twenty to Thirty Drops in a Little Water will al most iustantly cure you. There is nothing to equal it. in a few moments it cures Colic, t ramps, Spasms Urart-burn, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Flux, Wind In Ihe Dowels, Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache. In sections of the country where F E V E R A XD AGUE Prevails, there is no remedy held in greater es teem. Persons travelling should keep it by them. A few drops, in water, will prevent sickness or bow el troubles from change of water. From foreign countries the calls for PAIN-KILLER are great. It is found to ( urc Cholera, where all other Remedies fail. WHEN USED EXTERNALLY AS A LINIMENT. nothing gives quicker ease iu Burns. Cuts, llriils ', Sprains, Mings from Inserts and Scalds. it removes the fire, and the wound heals like or dinary sores. Those suffering with RHEUMATISM, GOUT, or NEURALGIA, if not a positive cure, they find the PAIN-KILLER gives them relief when no other remedy will. It Olves Instant Keller from Aching Teeth. From 1840 to this day, (thirty-three years) PERRY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER has had no Equal. EVKBY HolTSEXEEPEB SHUULD KEEP IT AT HAND, to apply on the first attack of any Pain. It will give satisfactory relief, and save hours of Buffering. Do not trifle with yourselves by testing untried remedies. Be sure you call for, and get the genuine PAIN-KILLER, as many worthless nostrums are attempted to be sold on the great reputation of this valuable medicine. 49-Directions accompany each bottle. Price 25 cts., 50 els., and si per Bottle. J. N. HARRIS & CO., Cincinnati. 0. Proprietors for the Southern and Western States. JWFOR SALE BY ALL MEDICINE DEALERS. FOR SALE BY Coulter & Browder, Jlorristown. G. T. Maoeb. Brown & Crowell, Sandfohd, Chamberlain & Co., Kaoxville. ap30 A8K YOUR GROCER FOR AMERICAN BONELESS SARDINES. They have received Diploma for their merit wherever exhibited. Pronounced by all, the cheap est luxury of the age, valuable and almost necessa ry to the table, to travelers, or at Pic-nics. Packed iu the best olive oil of our own importation, in tin b v .- finished same as the imported ; and are sold at less than half the cost of French Sardines. Their delicious flavor, and nutritous qualities re commend them to all classes. Hold by first class grocers. Wh lesle by THE AMERICAN SARDINE CO., aprl6-3m 31 Broad Street, JT. Y. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a venditioni ex ponas, issued from the circuit court of Hanibleu county, and to me direct d, T will sell to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, at the court house door in Morristown, on the Urst Monday in July next, all the undivided interest that M. C. Thurmond has in and to oue house and lot lying ln the town of Morristown, Hamblen county, Tennessee, adjoin ing the lots of the widow Johnson, Kiggs heirs, and others, containing one-half acre, more or less, levied on as the property of said M. C. Thurmond and will be sold to satisfy a judgement and costs that Thos. J. Speck recovered against the said M C. Thurmond, before A. .1. Donaldson, Esq., ou the JjIIi day of October, IfCJ. O. II. UOYD, Sheriff. je- . rimer o lee i New Adv crtiscm en is . I X T R A OFFER SECOND ANNUAL. DISTRIBUTION THE CHBOMO "CUTE" ELEGANTLY FRAM ED AND A SHARE IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF 873U PREMIUMS AMOUNTING to $41,000. GIVEN AWAY TO Every Subscriber to that Popular Weekly. OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND. Chromos are delivered at once. The distribution will POSITIVELY take place on the TWENTIETH DAY OF AUGUST, EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-THREE. OUR CHROMO "CUTE" is 16x20 inches in size, acknowledged to be the finest and handsomest picture ever given with auy paper. OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND is an eight page illus trated family and story weekly in its third v olume, has now over SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND SUB SCRIBERS, and rapidly increasing, which insures the success of the present distribution. The Pub lishers of Our Fireside Friend have sent to its sub scribers this year over SEVENTY THOUSAND copies of the chromo "Cute" aud are shipping hundreds every dav, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, THREE DOLLARS PER YEAR, which gives the subscribers FIFTY-TWO numbers of the best Family Weeklv, the chromo "CUTE" finely framed, and a numbered CERTIFICATE entitling the bolder to one share in the distribution of premiums for 1873. SUBSCRIBE now with the agent or send direct to the Publisher. SPECIMEN COPIES, particulars, etc., sent free. A fl rUTQ ln ever" town, at home or traveling, iiulirillj Largecash pay aud liberal premiums W A for getting up clubs. The best outfit. II lUl 1 LlU Send at once for terms and particulars, Address WATERS & CO., Pubs., Chicago. je-25 In Chancery at Morristown. OBi.l No. 117. I. B. Rogers, et al, vs Michael F. Damerou. In this cause, it appearing from the allegations in the bill, which is sworn to, that defendant Michael F. Dameron, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on him. It is therefore ordered by the Clerk and Master that publication be made in the Morristown Gazette for four successive weeks, notifying said non-resident to appear before the chancery court of Hamblen county, to be held at Morristown, on the 3d Mon day in July next, then and there to plead, answer or demur, or otherwise make defense to said bill, or the same will be taken as c nfessed and set for hearing ex parte. This June 21, 1873. A true copy. JOHN ML RPUEY, C. & M. je25-4w. Printer's fee $5. 0'V RIGINAL ATTACHMENT. .Justice's Court. ocke County, Tenn. C. D. Fairfield vs. Timothy Stone. In the above cause, it appearing from the affidavit that the defendant is a non-resi dent ; it is her?fore ordered by the Court, that publication be made for four successive weeks iu the Morristown Gazette a newspajier published in the town of Morristown Tenn., uotiiiyiug said de fendant o a 'pear before me at my Office iu New port, in (ocke county, Tenn., on Monday, August the 4th, 1873, then and there to plead, answer or otherwise make defense, or the same will be set for hearing, ex parte. H. H. BAER, J. P. for Cocke eountv, Tenn. je-25 11111(1 Eags shot (assorted sixes.) "u" 10,000 Pounds Bar Lead. 2000 Kegs F. F. F. G. Kentucky Rifle Powder. 100,000 Boxes Water Proof Caps. 100,000 do "G D" do 10,000 do Gun Wads (assorted sizes) june-18J LEE k TAYLOR BRO'S. 1 A A Cases FrazierV Axle Grease in 2 His. boXOO. x uu 100 Kegs Axle Grease in 30 lbs. kegs. juue-lSJ LEE !t TAYLOR BRO'S. AA Barrels and Half Barrels New North Caro- OO ma oiipped aud Roe Herrings. june-18 LEE & TAYLOR URO'S. 5 0 (J Jirrrels Kanawha Salt iu 5 Bushel Barrels. 500 Sacks Liverpool Fine Salt. june-18J LEE k TAYLOR BRO'S. "illl! Reams Wrapping Paper, (assorted sizes.) JJJ xawt iS LEE & TAYLOR Bit' I S. I 1(1(1 eK8 Oid Dominion Nails (a J.UUU 1,000 Barrels Fresh Ground sorted sizes.) James River Hydraulic Cement. 100 Barrels Calcined Plaster. 500 do Raw and Refined Sugars. 1V5 Caddies Green and Black Teas. 275 Bags Rio, Laguyra, Java and Mocha Coffees. 500 Sides Good Damaged Sole Leather. 80!) Batts "Brower's" North Carolina cotton yarns. 5,000 Pounds Carolina and Rangoon Rice. 300 Boxes Window (ilass (assorted size.) 200 Barrels Molasses and Syrups, v 8,000 Packages Manufactured Chewing and Smo king Tobacco. 150,000 Havana and Domestic Regars. LEE & TAYLOR BRO'S. june-18 Lynchburg, Va. Tie Snlpinr Sprini Fan F O R S 1 1Z . POUR AND A II A EE MILES SOUTH OF MOR RISTOWN, in Hamblen county, East Tennessee, immediately on line of Cumberland Gap Railroad : lW'j acres, about 90 of which are in cultivation, balance well timbered. GOOD WATER and FINE ORCHARDS; Comfortable Houses. Terms: Three Thousand Dollars ; one-third cash, balance on one and two years' time. Address the undersigned at Chattanooga, Tenn., or apply at the Gazette Office. R. C. McCALLA. april2-6m. MERCHANT TAILOR. THOS. L, DORSEY GRtENEVILLE, TENN., VTII.L Be pleased to receive a call from all who " w ish w ork done in First Class Style Of workmanship. And wUl insure a good fit at reasonable prices. Shop On Miiin St., in Mr. Johnson's office, jell Chancery Court, Clifton, Tenn. 'CHE Account ordered at February Term, 1873, of the Chancery Court of Cocke county, in the cause of Jonathan L. Noe. admr., vs John C. Clark, .las. LaRue, Trustee, and others, will be taken at the otlice of the Clerk and Master, at Clifton, on Thursday, the 3d day ot July next, and succeeding d:ys if necessary ; at which time and place the parties are hereby notified to attend with their proof, otherwise said account will be proceeded with ex parte. June 5th, 1873. M. A. ROADMAN, C. & M. jell-iw. Printer's fee $.5. Sheriff's Land Sale. TY Virtue of an order of sale issued from the of-- fice of the Clerk of the circuit conrt of Cocke county, Tenn., and to me directed, 1 will sell to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, at the court house door at Newport Depot, on the 7th day of July next, 1H73, all the right, title, claim and interest that G. E. Jackson has iu and to a tract of laud, situated m the 12th district of Cocke county, on Ground Hog Creek, adjoining the lands of Anderson McMillan, Mary Vess aud William Gilleland. Levied on to satisfy a judgement and costs that Margaret Franklin recovered against G. E. Jackson, on the 20th day of July, 1872, before Wm. B. Harrison, Esq. This May 23d, 1873. JAMES NETHERTON, Sheriff. jell-4w. Printer's fee $5. of Chronic and Acute Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Sciatica, Kidney, and Nervous Diseases, after years of suffering, by taking Dr. Filler's Vegetable Rheumatic Sjrap the scientific dis covery of J. P. Fitler, M. D., a regular graduate pnyaican, with whom we are personally acquainted, who has for 30 years treated these diseases exclu sively with astonishing results. We believe it our christian duty, after deliberation, to conscientiousiy request sufferers to use it, especially persons in moderate circumstances who cannot afford to waste money and time ou worthless mixtures. As clergy men we seriously feel the deep responsibility rest ing on us in publicly endorsing this medicine. But our knowledge and experience of its remarkable merit fully jnstifiea our action. Yours truly, Ac., Rev. C. U. Ewiug, Media, Penn'a, suffered sixteen years, became hopeless Rev. Thomas Murphy, D. D., Fraukford, Philad'a. Rev J. B. Davis, Hights- lown, ivew jersey, itev. J. a. uuchanau, Clarence, Iowa. Rev. G. G. Smith, Pittsford, New York. Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls Church, Philadelphia. Other 'estimonisls from Senators, Governors, J udge, Congressmen, Physicians, 4c, forwarded gratis with pamphlet explaining these diseases. One thousand dollars will be presented to any med icine for same diseases sbowlnsr equal merit under test, or that can produce one-fourth as many living cures. Any person sending by letter a description of affliction will receive without charge (if consid- ered curable) a legally signed guarantee, naming i ne exact numoer oi ooctics warrantee to cure 1 agreeing to refund amount paid in case of its fail ure to cure. Price per bottle, $1 25 ; can be bought as used. Afflicted invited to write for medical ad vice on above diseases onl v. No charge for r nlv winch will oautain much valuable information ao quired by a lifetime practice. No compulsion to buy medicine. Address Dr. Fitter, Philadelphia. I ....,u,laJIMimiiuiiBU1 iuc uiseuse atso iiiniisn.si. For Sale by Da. G. T. MAOEE, MonaisTOWN Tenj. aprJ-ly. TV N"T send ah a V FROM HOME TO HAVE ne. The OAzr.rrK Om--e "Ur Job Printing done. The (o-mi' oth- e i prepared to do any and ail kinds at low figures. extents. IfCtt V A. KK v . I tO o w 11 O 3 9 S O O 9 CD CO o o New Advertisements. LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT. NINETY DAYS' POSTPONEMENT. A Full Drawing Certain. $500,000 in BaiilMo Pay (lifts. 10,000 Cash &iftsPaiil in M $100,000 FOR ONLY TEN DOLLARS. UNOUGH of the 100,000 tickets issued for the XJ Third Grand Gift Concert, in aid of the Public Library of Kentucky, having been sold to in sure a full drawing, aud the wish having leen uni versally expressed that the 10,000 cash gifts offered should le drawn in full and paid iu full without auv scaling down, as heretofore, the management, with the concurrence of the trustees, have determined to allow ninety days more for the sale of the remnant of tickets left on hand. The concert and distribu tion advertised for April 8 is therefore postponed to Tuesday, July 8, 1873, on which day, aud no other, they will positively and unequivocally take place in , Public Library Hall, Louisville, Ky. At this grand concert the following cash gifts will be distributed by lot and paid in full to the ticket holders who draw them : LIST OF GIFTS. One Grand Cash Gift, . . . f!00,000 One Grand Cash Gift,. . . 50,000 2.,000 one orautt Oasn Gift, . One Grand Cash Gift, 20,000 One Grand Cash Gift, lU.000 One orana Cash Gift 24 Cash Gifts of f 1,000 each 50 Cash Gifts of 500 " 80 Cash Gifts of 4 0" 100 Cash Gifts of 300 " 150 Cash Gifts of 200 " 510 Cash Gifts of 100 " 9,0U0 Cash Gifts of 10 ' 5,000 24,000 25,000 32,000 " 30,000 " 30,000 " 09,000 " 90,000 Total, 10,000 Gifts, all Cash, 'OO.OtO The money to pay all these gifts in full is now u;--ou deposit in the Farmers' aud Drovers' Bank of I-ouisville, and set aside for that purpose, and can only be used for that purpose, as will be seen by the following certificate of the Cashier : Office of Fabmf.bs' and Disovf-rs' Bank,) Louisville, Ky., April 7, 1873. f This is to certify that there is in the Farmers" aud Drovers' Eank to the credit of the Third Grand j Gift Concert, for the benefit of the Public. Library i of Kentucky, live hundred thousand dollars, which nas Deen set apart by the managers to pay the gift in full, and will be held by the bank aud paid out for this purpose, and this purjiose onlv. It. S. VEECH, Cashier. The party, therefore, who holds the ticket draw ing the capital gift will get 4100,000 in greenbacks, aud so of the $50,000 gift, the $25,000, the $20,000, the $10,000, the $5,000, and all the other gifts, 10,000 in number, amounting to $500,000. The remnant of unsold tickets will be furnished to those who first apply (orders accompanied by the W 'uey always having preference over agents) at the following prices : Whole tickets, $10; halves, 5; aud quarters, $2 50; 11 whole tickets for $100, 56 for $5()0, 113 for $1,000, and 575 for $-.00. No discount on less than $100 worth of tickets at a time. The concert aud distribution of gifts will begin at 6 o'cloek on Tuesday morning, July 8, iu Public Library hall, and the following will be the order of proceedings: 1st. Music by orchestral baud. 2d. Placing of tags (one for each ticket sold) in large wheel. 3d. Placing of gifts iu smnll wheel. 4th. Music by orchestral band. 5th. Explanatory re marks by President, tlth. Drawing of first Qf of gilts. 7th. Music by orchestral baud. 8th. Draw ing of last half of gifts. 9th. Placing of large wheel with tags in halids of committee appointed by audience. 10th. Grand orchestral concert. The music ou this grand occasion will be the best that can be procured, and the gentlemen who count and place the tags and gifts In the wheels and sujer intend the drawing and keep the record of the drawn numbers will be chosen from the best known and most trustworthy citizens of the State. All will be so conducted a i to be a perfect guaranty against complaint from any source. The payment of gifts will begin on Saturday, Ju ly 12, at tf o'clock a. M. Tickets drawing gifts most be presented at room No. 4, Public Library building, where cash checks upon the Farmers' and Drovers' Bank of Louisville, or sight drafts upon the Fourth National Bank of New York, at the option of the holder, will be gien for the tickets. All gifts not called for iu 6 months from the drawing will be turned over to the Public Library fund. For ful partienlan send for circulars. THOf. K. Bit AM LETT K, Agent Public Librarv of Kentucky, ap23-tj4. LOUISVILLE, KY. TIM 0 R CESTER'JfcrJ MGTtQNmtES Have been adopted by the State Boards of Educa tion of VIRGINIA, NORTH CAROLINA, ALABAMA, and ARKANSAS. In use iu the cities of RICHMOND, VA., NORFOLK, VA., MOBILE, ALABAMA, SAVANNAH, GA., ATLANTA, GA., &c. The Standard iu Orthography and Pronunciation in WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY, THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, THK COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MART, THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, THE WESTERN UNIVERSITY, ALABAMA. Ac, he. New illustrated editions of Worcester's Compre hensive and Primary Dictionaries have, recently been published, and we have just issued Worces ter's Pocket Dictionary, illustrated, with important tables for rofereucs BREWER &TILEST0N, 11 Arasliiiirtoii Ht., BOSTON. FOR SALE BY ALL BOOKSELLERS. mch!2. Chancery Hale of a House and Lot in Morristown, Tenn. 7 n oledience to a decree of the Cliancery Court at Morristown, Tenn., in the cause of James H. Cameron, vs. R. L. Owen and wife Narcissa Owen, I will sell to the highest bidder at the Court House door in Morristown, on Saturday, the 28th day of June, 1873, at 10 o'clock A. M., the house and lot mentioned and described in the pleadings, Bituatcd in the central part of the town and fronting about 50 feet on Main Street. Terras of Sale. Raid house and lot will be sold on a credit of six months, with interest from date of sale and without the equity of redemption. Note with approved security will be required of the purchaser and a lien retained on the property, until the purchase money is fully paid. JOHN MURPHEY, c. a M. Morristown, Tenn., May 22d, 1873. may28-4w-Pr!nters fee t. SHERIFF'S SALE.-rBy virtue of two Execo- tious, issued from the Circuit Court of Ham blen county, and torn directed, I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court house door, in Morristown on the first Mnndday in July next, one house and let lying in Morristown, Hamblen county, Tenn., bounded on the north by 1st South street, on the west by Mill street, ou the South by Hulfmaster's line, and on the east by T. H. Evans' lot, containing one acre. Said house aud lot will be sold as the property of It. B. Owens to satisfy two judgments and costs in favor of H. Counts and wife, Mary Counts, which they recovered against said Owens in the Circuit Court of Hamblen county, Tenn. G. H. BOYD, Sheriff. je4-4w. Printers fee $5. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a venditioni ex " ponas, issued from ihe Circuit Court of Ham blen county, and to me directed, I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court house door, in Morristown on the first Monday in JiUy next, a small tract of land containing 23 acres lying in the 8th civil district of Hamblen county, adjoining the lands of Nancy Haim, Wm. Marshall aud others. Sold as the property of J. 8. Dyer, to satisfy a judg ment and costs that D. Nusbaum recovered against said Dyer berore S. SI. Heath, Esq., iu the 15th day of May, 1870. G. H. BOYD, Sheriff. je4-4w. Printers fee $5. SHERIFF'S SALE By rirtne of one Execu tion issued from the Circuit Court of Ham blen eonnty, and to me directed, I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court house duor, in Morristown on the first Monday iu July next, a portion of a lot of land lying in Morristown ou Mil) and 1st South Streets, aud adjoining the lands of Huff master and others, said to contain one-fourth of an acre, there is on said lot a good stable and d.Jctor's shop. Said lot "sill be sold as tho property of R. B. Owens to satisfy a judgment and costs that E. Witt, et al. obtained against u&id Owens in the Circuit Court of Hamblen countv, Tenn. G. U. BOYD, Sheriff. je-4-lw. Printers fee $5. In soft tit 'otire. THE 1 Vtate ..f Oavi.l U N.m. deceased, havinc ; been declared insolvent, by the Worshipful ' Cuttnty Court of Hamblen couuty, all persons bav- ing claims against said estate ai e hereby notified to prenfuit the same, dtih authenticated as the law di j recta ; and all persona in.lohted to said estate must : conic forward and mat, immediate rettn-ment. I A. J. DON ALlSON, j' ll lw. . " . lUitrat.' New Advertisements. 5 GIF NTERPRISE The only Reliable Gift Distribution in the country $50,000 00 IN VALUABLE GIFTS! TO Bi rISTKIBVTED n JL . I . SINE'S 183-nd REGULAR MONTHL? Gift Enterprise, To be drawn Monday, Aarot 1Kb, f$?S. 0ne Grand Capital Prize of 8o,ooo iiv gold: TWO PRIZES $1,000 Greeffltacks! TWO PRIZES FIVE PRIZES tlOO S One Kamtfy t'nrrlagt. & Malrhrd Horses with Silver-Mounted Harness, worth fci.GOO. 1 Horse & Buggy, with Silver-mounted Harness, worth $600! One Fine-toned' Rosewood" Piaksn, worth $500! Five Family sewing Machines, worth $100 each! 7S0 Gold and Silvr Lev. r Hunting Watches (iu all,) worth from $20 to $300 each. Gold Chains, Silver-ware, Jewh-y, ke. Whole number bltts 5. tHHL Tickets Milled to 50,000. AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS, to whom Liberal Premiums will be paid. Mngle Tickets $1 ; Six Tickets $i ; Twelve Tickets $10 ; Twenty-live Tickets $20. Circulars containing a full li t of prizes, a descrip tion of the manuerof drawing, and oth.-:- informa tion in refei enee to the Distribution, will t. rent t. any oue ordering them. All litters mnst be ad dressed to KinamoL L. I. sINK. Itox hf, 101 W. Fifth St. t ISOINNATI, O. Kansas Central Land Agency. SALINA. Maj. JOHN W. BERKS, Manager. Real Estate Business; also have for sale all the lands of the Kansas Pacific Railway Company, amounting to over 5, 000,000 acres of the most des irable in Central and Western Kansas ; also, Sfill siti s, Coal Ijiuds, Farms, Cattle Ranches, aud City Property in Salina and tho neighboring towns, for sale at all times, Send for the "Kansas Central Advocate," a large ;i2-colunin land pakk, see what we have for sale and read all aboatthegreat rKeystoue State of the V est. mchPi. GIVEN AWAY. A Fine German Chromo. WM SKN1J AN ELEGANT CUUOMO, MOUNTED AND KMAXfT WOm FRAMING, FUKE TO EVEKY AGENT FOB UNDERGROUND OH, LIFE BELOW THE SURFACE, BY THOS. W. KNOX. !1 l'i Pages Octnvo. I -Ml Fine Bngriivlngn. Relates Incidents and Accidents beyond the Light f Day ; Startling Adventures iu all iarts of the World; Mines aud Mode of Working them ; Under currents of Society ; Gambling uud its Horrors ; Caverns aud their kXyaeMfate: The Dark Ways of Wickedness; Prisons and their Secrets; Down in the Deaths of the Sea; Strange Stories of the Detection .tf Crime. The book treats of exyrteuce with brigands ; nights in opium dens aud gambling hells ; life iu prison ; Stories of exiles ; adventures among In dian; journeys through Beware' aud Oataconilis ; accidents in mines ; pirates aud piracy ; tortures of the inquisition ; wonderful burglaries, under work! of the great cities, etc., eU AGENTS WANTED for this work. Exclusive territory given. Agents can make $106 a wees; in selliu t his book. Send for circulars and terms to agents. J. B. IS I IS IC V HYDE, HARTFORD, CONN., o CHICAOO, ILL. may'21- raEVACUAWONrf RICHMOND VA. ItV GBR. LEE AMI UIS ARMV, A PHIL 2, IS6J. A new and beautiful Engraving Hxl8 inches in size. Gen. Lee's Army crossing the Jsniea river, the city of Richmond on fire and many other things which make this picture a gum of Art, one which should hang in the parlor of every Southern borne. Sent by mail mounted ou a roller aud post-paid, on receipt of 20 ceuts, or 3 for 50 cents. Address J. . A W. ,11. IS I" It It OW, Publishers, Bristol Tenn. Agents wanted to sell Pictures, Books, Charts, he., he, From $3 to $15 per day can easily bo made. Send for private terms and Catalogue. may21. STATE OF TENNESSEE, HAMBLEN COUNTY. December Term, 1HTJ, of the Circuit "ourt for Hamblen County. Whereas, It. S. Lane, Collector of the Public taxes for Hamblen county, has re ported to Court the following tracts of lind aud town lots as having beca assessed for taxes for the years 1KT0 and 1871, that the taxes thereon sr.- due and unjmid, and that the rcioctive owners of the same have no goods Mini chattels within his county uu which he can distraiu for ... i taxes, u -wit : R. L. Owen, thirty-Ode town lots, valued at $3,000; taxes for the year 1871, $3 00 ; in civil district No. 3. Clerk's fee $1 50, Printer's fec$l 50, Collector's fee $1 00 ; total $i3 Oil. Samuel Alexander, one town lot, valued at $100 00; taxes for the year lttll, $C 30 ; lu civil dis: tiet Bo. 3. Clerk's fee $1 50, Printer's fee $1 50, Collector's fee $1 00; total $10 30. E. A. bole's, heirs, two town lots, valued at $400 DO; taxes for the year 1870, $4 00 ; in Civil district Wo. 9. Clerk's fee $1 50, Printer's fee $1 50, Collector' fee $1 09; total $8 oo. Eliza Cole's heirs, one town lot, valued at $100 00 , taxes for the year 1871, $4 00 ; in civil dist-.iet No. . Clerk's fee $1 50, Printer's fee $1 50, 0 '.lector s fee $1 00; total $8 00 It is thereupon, considered by the Court that judgement be ami it is hereby entered afiiinst tin; aforesaid tracts of land and town I I in 1 e name of the State, for the sum annexed to lc . being the amount of taxes, costs and charges du I e m ally thereon, lor the r ai 1870 and 1871, and it :i ordered by the Court .Mist said several tracts of land and town lots, or so much thereof as shall be suf ficient of each of them to satisfy the taxes, costs atd charges annexed to them severally, he sold as the law directs. T. C. CAIN, Clerk. In pursuance of tho above order of sale, to me directed, I will sell to the highest bidder, at the court house door, in the town of Morristown, Ten utssee, on the FIRST MONDAY OF JVLY, 1873, for cash in hand, so much of said different tracta of laud, town lots, or parts of hits as will be iiimcieut of each of them to satisfy the taxes, costs and charges due severally thereon. R. S. LANE, Rev. Col. for Hamblen Couuty. mayl4-40days. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a venditioni 0 exponas, issued from the Circuit Conrt of Ham blen county, and to me.directed, I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court bouse door, in Morristown ou the first Monday in July next, one town lot ling in the town of Whinosburg, Hamblen oo., Tenn., adjoining the lands of W. C. Kyle, aud known as the Josiah Thomas lot, contain ing one acre, more or lees. Said lot will be sold as the property of P. N, Roddy to satisfy a Judgment and costs that Wilson, Burns at Co., recovered against said Roddy, before W. B. Neuuy, Esq., ou the 27th day of January, 172. G. H. BOYD, Sheriff. je4-lw. Printers fee $5. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a venditioni exsiias, issued from the Circuit Court of Ham blen county, aud to me directed, I will sell to tho highest bidder, for cash, at the Court houie door, iu Morristown on the first Monday lu July next, one smail tract of land lying in the 2d civil district of Uamblou oounty. Said lot of land will be sold as the property of T. S. Smith to satisfy two Judge ments and costs iu favor of Win. Vineyard and Morris, Kidwell A Co., recovered against aaid Smith btfore A. J. Donaldson, Esq., in August, 1872. O. H. BOYD, Sheriff. je4-4w. Printers fee $5, SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a venditioni exponas, issued from the circuit court of Ham blen couuty, and to me directed, I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at the court house door, hi Morristown on the first Monday in July next, one tract of laud lying in the 8th civil district of Hamblen county, Tennessee, adjoining the lands of E. Marshall, .lames Courtney Joel Melton, and others, contaiidng one hundred acres, more or less. Levied oil as the projH.rty of Abram Dyer, aud will be dd to satisfy a judgment and costs that Jam. Courtney recovered against J. S. Dyer and Abram Dyer before W. B. Nenny, Esq., on the 8th day of Jauuary, 1871. G. U. BOYD, Sheriff. je4-4w. l"viuters fee $5. All cU her for us ,t any - ills. U atMy m ak ta, or all the m free. Ac h Co., Portland Uaiue. l.ANKS FOR MAG ISTlt ATI'S. -For sale cheap .t this Office. INF I