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THE lORBISTOWMAZgTE EJJNESDA T, JULY2Z, 1819. BRIC-A-BRAC. He is disgusted with contempo raneous literature. To the Editor of the Morristown Gaiette : To protect myself against an ir ruption of the laurel crowned, I pro ceed to fortify myself, concerning literary matttrs. I contend that the majority of literary addresses are aophomoric ; constructed of fine words, not flue thought. Choice ad dresses of th's cla-s can only be ap predated by cultivated hearers. As a specimen brick, I will say, 4,,ti l;lce fine iNisia- to a puncheon floor artist." You hare often heard, -Heme, sweet home," claimed as a balled. 'Ti. in one sense, but from the oA-era of "Clari, the maid of Mil an." A late critique, on an address by Maj. Pettibone. "This was one of the finest literary productions of the age; replete with bursting elo quence: embellished withths grand est appropriate poetical effusions of the ablest authors." Now, here a dictionary knocked into pie. The address was "replete with bursting eloquence." Any one who knows the Major, and his explosive nature, will endorse this. The only chance would be, he is thin, and would stretch mightily. But, he not only reached the bursting condition, but. decked his dynamitic speech with the "srandest appropriate poetic effusions." If the Major had gone up, these "effusions" would evident ly have been "all blown to thunder." I have in my hand an average literary address, which was consid- rtd of sufficient merit to publish In pamphlet, and which I will quote in detail : "We cannot draw a pictur larger than the canvass upon which it is drawn, yet every one can men tally see things ten thousand times as large as the body. W then know there is a spiritual and a nat ural body." This man commit, manslaughter on optics and perspec tive, and then draws an inference, quintessence of absurdity. Again : "It would be well to remember, that the farther a thing is removed from matter the more powerful it is in action." Now, what the fellow is drawing at, is drawn from water converted into steam. Ilia infer ence, that either is all powerful. In his case, icind was everything. Next, "an institution whose blessings will expand a9 they float down the stream of time, and hover in grate ful volumes around the temples of eternity." Now aint that heavy, especially the "grateful volumes." Then "the name of Phoenicia, the inventor of writing, will flourish greener, and live longer, than of Min, the conqueror of Egypt." Here we have a figure, of the "Ei-hesians dome" pattern. Phoe nicia was a place, not a man. But in the name of Abraham forgot Isaac, and Ipaac forgot Jacob, who is Min f Coptic schalars are re quested to reply. Raraeses and Carnbyses plftae drop us a line, or send word to Min. Again "ships did not stem the most tempestuous seas and oceans against wind and tide, until the idea of applying steam had been conceived." This is pme bosh. Think of Columbus coming over in a steam tog or Drake consuming the bituminous. Then, "steam train now mingle the de parting wail of the Atlantic with the salutations of the Pacific." This is gush of the first water, and damned thin gush at that. Now listen, "the sunbeam assumed the matchless pen of the limner, after It had been imprisoned and satura'ed bv the thousht of man." Think of it, ponder over it, my dear hearers; take it home to your firesides and show your little on. the "pen (?) of a limner" and stick it in a -atu-rated aunbeam" and see the beam squirt. No sound is heard where the Roman forum onc stood, but the aong of tb shepherd and the lowing of bis flock." Here you have the campaign, a weird, deso late piece of country, just outside the imperial city; mixed up with the Forum, which every scheol boy should know is in the heart of the bustling capital of Italy and then sheep loicing. Baah ! Now listen to the closing remarks of this liter ary, quack. "Tho your first step may have to be like Diocletian's, to the rang of the ladder that is near est the ground, you may firmly plant your foot upon the rang of the lad der that leans upon a straw, and when you have thus succeeded you are not apt to fall by the giddy depths below nor be blinded by the stinny heights above." Here he mirgles Diocletian, a slave who rose to the Emperor, built a magnificent palace upon the shores of the Ad riatic, and then disgusted with the world, gave up power and went into priva'e life with a masonic emblem, yet an absurd one as no ladder (but Munchausen's pattern) could reach a star, still less rst upon a rapidly moving body. Upon this ladder of bvt three rounds, he goes to "the sunny height," by planting his foot (like Diocletian) upon the fir6t wing. Tis one, two, three, and away we go. Yet thia unmitigated bosh, gush, falsity, and 'jingle was listened to I by a breathless crowd and 500 copies thereof printed in pamphlet Bric-a-Brac. form. State Debt Organization, . Nashville American. We are frequently asked what is the prospect for the settlement f the State debt. Those who ask are generally for it, but they are doing nothing.' Let us understand one or two) things. Those who advocate mis settlement have every argument in their favor. All the other side have is a certain disposition toward des truction, a sort of fatal fascination about non-payment which has grown up within the past few years, and which, like roost things that are, has a substantial reason for its existence. It is a sort of mistaken, blind strik- in" around at something that hurts, without knowing or caring what a certain idea on the part of some who feel that injustice has been done them by somebody, that tuey can right it by doing injustice to some body else. For all that the only real work against this compromise is the non-work done by those who favor it. The advocates of repudia tion make no converts, lhat work is done. In the main it did itself. The leaders of the movement were more pushed than they led. Ready for any policy, they have been real ly walking in front but walking backwards to see where the crowd was going. They are not now doing anything but clamoring, making noise enough to keep up the crowd. They will not and cannot make a convert Those who favor this com promise can reflect, if they will, that this matter is in their- own hands. If they are supine and cowardly they will not expect anything but the usual result. They can carry this election by an overwhelming majority if they will. A gentleman said one day some time ago when the State-credit Democrats were hesitating, "Well, you have all the brains of the State, and all the in telligence, but unfortunately yon have all the cowards, too." We make no comment. "If so, it were a grievous fault and grievously hath Cfesar atoned it." Of this crisis it may be said that all depends on whether those favor this measure, having as they do the bulk of the intelligence of the Slate and all the best reasons, also have with them all the cowards and sluggards. We have been for some lime of the opinion that some admonition was needed, but we do not care to give it for a good reason. So long as we saw no disposition to arouse and stir in this matter, we knew an interest could not be pumped up. A newspaper can lend a great deal of aid, but it cannot create. Therefore, while arguing in favor of this question, we did not care to point out a source of weakness. Now the matter is changed. There is a disposition to take an interest, to organize, to go to work. The State is moving. Let every county now feel mat u is, m urnuiiiu, joined with every other county, and with an excellent State organiza tion. So long as nobody wrote to know or cared to see, we knew thero was interest ripe for work. Now we know better, because every day brings 'some one to see why those who favor this movement are not at work. Thus they have got to work, and everybody is gradually feeling lhat he is not a solitary worker. It moves all along the line. What Is more, from most of the im portant counties we have advices of thorough, quiet, effective organiza tion. Let ns understand one thing: all depend on ourselves. The oppo nents of this measure have accom plished all they can do. Not a con vert can they procure hereafter. All that is done will be in favor of and not against. In this work we want every man in the Slate. Let there be no skulk ing. Let every public man be pet down and invited to engage in the work. Let it be thorough, and let the full ligbt be turned on by each from his own standpoint. Of one thing we can assure any doubting, timid one, who fears he is working alone that he may be as sured that the rank is solid all along the line. Let every man push his own work in his own neighborhood and community in his own way, as sured that every friend of the cause is at work, and tbat this State is not to be plunged in a Slough of Despond, from which It can never arise, by demagogues who love their own personal fortunes more than the interests of their State. TO DELINQUENT SUBSCRIBERS. There are a number of subscribers on our books who are largely in arrears. We have said to them every week for months, "If you owe the uazettk any thing pay it," and have offered to receive payment in wheat, corn, or any Rind or produce we can use, and yet they do not respond. We have furnished them the Gazette fully a? long as we can auoru to do it without pay, and tue papers oi all such as do not settle their arrearages bv the 1st of August will be stopped ana the accounts be given out for collection. This is timely notice and is sufficient. The parties who are thus In arrears are aware of the fact and know to whom this notification applies. Therefore we trust that they will come forward imme- diatejy aQ(i band us our duee. Cyclopoedia of Literature. A liat of the celebrated author whose lives and writings are represented in volume 3 of the new Acme edition of Chamber's Cydopavlia of English Litera ture, just received, is certainly yery at tractive to any person of fine literary taste. Fox, Penn, Baxter, Bunyan, Lo.ke, Lewton, Browne, Hale, Wal ton, Dryden, Temple, Evelyn, Pepys, Butler, Addiaon, Swift, Pope, Ramsay, Cibber, Steele, Berkeley, Defoe and Bolingbroke, are a few of the brilliant stars which brighten the 416 pages. "It will bring gladness to many a scholar's heart," says the Times, oi rnuaueipiu, "to find that this truly admirable work has been brought within the range of shallow pockets." Eight such volumes, beautifully painted, and elegantly bomnd in cloth, for only $3.00, or a specimen volume for examination, with privilege of return, for 25 cents, postpaid, is cer tainly a marvel of cheapness, and should establish an enviable reputation for the, publishers, if it caDnot make their fortune. It oujiht to be in every library and home in the land. Descrip- tive circular, with catalogue of several hundred other standard publications, tormn to clubs. &c. will be sent free on rnnpst bv the publishers, the Ameki can Book Exchange, 55 Beekman st., "Nw York. Volumes of the work can be seen at the office of this paper, and those who desire may add their names to a club soon to be forwarded. Here's a chance for some enter prising paragrapher who wants to am eet no a poetical paragrapu vnn have to do is to fi.l up the blanks; well rurnian me rnymes ... . . . . , gear -risky beer -whisky -temp'rance cause -three hurrahs. " Keokuk Constitution. We are not enterprising, but can fill this out for you just as well as not, on the condition that you will not sue us for libel : The "Constitution's" out of Its habits are so very Its paragrapher will take- Whenever he can get no lle advocates the- And then for gin gives- Wm. A. Blake, the Princeton atn dent who had abstained entirely from food for nineteen days, and who for ten day8 previously had I taken but a few ounces or bread, has resumed his usual living volun tarily. His determination to starve to death was the result of a conclu sion that he could not recover from paralysis. He is inspired now with a contrary relief. He has evinced rf no symptom of insanity, nor ha9 he suffered any discomfort. The Lamar House. The undersieued having re-leased the above popular Hotel, begs leave to in form his friends and patrons, and es pecially the traveling public, that he is now prepared to accommodate hisguests in the best and most approved style. The House will be fully renovated and the table will always be supplied with all the delicacies of the season. In fact it will bft his endeavor to make the La mar nouse second to no Hotel in the South. Polite waiters and tne best at tendance will be secured the guests. Passengers will be onveyed to and from the depots fee charge. Proprietor. Sept. 5, 18 A. T. Newman, Morristown, proposes to make it to the interest of the people in iiamnien ana adioinins counties to buy there Medical Whiskv from him. ne will give whole sale prices to parties buying 2, 3 or 4 trallons. Send in your orders. ma28tf Lagrer Beer. A. T. Newman keeps very fine Lager Beer and Ale. constantly on ice. Ihe . j . m . Coldest Beer and Ale that has ever been kept in Morristown," is Newman s mot- to. They all calljfor it! They all take it home and have a nice, healthy drink 1 53 V :SBS.r.J3t PASSENGERS -FOE- ST. LOUIS CHICAGO, And all Points in Arkansas and. Texas And all Points in the GREAT NORTHWEST MAKE BETTER CONNECTIONS, QUICKER TIME, AMD . F EWER CHANGES By Taking the Memphis and Charleston ROUTE. To make close connection, take the Night Train leaving Bristol at 7:22 p. m. Knoxville rr.Tl nignt. Knoxville to Memphis in 18 Hours Knoxville to St. Louis in 30 Hours Excursion Tickets to Hot Spbengb, Arkansas, at Reduced Rates. Through Coaches from Bristol to Little Rock. Through Sleepers from Lynchburg to Memphis W. K . KttK, Passenger Ag't. .noxvuie. T. 8. BAVANT, A. Q. P. A., Memphis. JAMES K. OGDEN. O. P. Ant. Knoxville. Jan SO "78 Wi U i Willi ETH, MAIN STREET. MORRISTOWN, TENN. Has now on hand a complete stock of Family Groceries To which he has recently added a foil Una of BOOTS AND SHOES, Which he offers cheap for Cash. He will pay the highest market price for all kindto country prodno. Provisions and Eatables of every description kep on hand at all times. Jel9-ly COMMERCIAL HOUSE, Morristown, Tenn THIS HOUSE, FORMERLY know as the Gkiohbt Hovkk. has changed proprieties, and has undergone thorough change in every respect. We therefore rarpectfuly aak a share of the patronage of the traveling public, and promise satisfaction to all. K API BO & CO., apr 30 79-ly ' PBOFBIETOB8. THE GAZETTE BOOK AN 0 JOB Printing; MtlistaeiLt- IS NOW COMPLETE IN Every Department. We are prepared to execute promptly every des cription of Plain and Ornamental Job Printing, SUCH AS POSTERS BILLHEADS, PAMPHLETS, HANDBILLS, LETTEB HEADS, CARDS, TAOS, ClRCULABSj ENVELOPES, TICKETS, JtO., ha. IN GOOD T Y L E AND AT REASONABLE PRICES Competition IN SCL 231 XE3 AND Quality of Work! We guarantee to render kntibe batibtactioh In every particular, ana win execute " uiuc.o Job Printing promptly. Remember, that we do work Just as nkat and as nick as it can be done at Knoxville, or anywhere else, and at prices Rnml totheverv Lowest! ti.ti4Mirnnintn Oiunt. Morristown, Teun. should, to receive prompt attention, be addressed AU letters oa business, or oi PUBLISHER GAZETTE. Morristown Tenn. WILL. S. DICKSON, Attorney at law, MOBBISTOWN, TENN. WILL Practice in the uonrw oi npper ' Tennessee. Prompt and specialattention give tc collections. FOR THE North and West! Do not Fail to see that Your Ticket Reads by the Nashville. Chattanooga & St. Louis FIR. IOOR SPEED, SAFETY AND SL c comfort, von will find this line to be unriTsl- ed. For the celebrated Springs and Bummer Ke- sorts. Bound Trip Tickets can be purcnasea at all principal offices. Emigrunts wishing to go West, either to locate or as vit, wi"Jjn "J I Kllliir mil via.il i.ku n ui a? i u v a.uaa a. uum vvuu la a aar vta on sale to Texas points. Throne Coaches are run from Chattanooga to Columbus without change. Bieepmg uoacnes oa au wgm train8- Q00( Coaches, Good Road and Cuice: lime J Leave Chattanooga .... 11 00 a m 3 40pm " Bridgeport , ' Stevenson , " Cowan " Decherd.'. Tullahoma " Wartrace " Murfreesboro. . 1-1 10 p m 10 04 12 31 " 10 35 " , 1 33 11 40 " 1 43 " 11 S5 " . 3 15 " 12 30 a m 2 45 " 106 " 3 42 " 3 IS " 5 00 " 4 00 " 510 " 6 00 " Arrive Nashville Tav ' Arrive McKenzie 11 10 1140 " Martin... 2 13 p m Union City 430 am 655 " " Memphis 6 00 p m 5 10 a m " St. Louis a 23 " o la For Mans. Time-tables and all information in regard to this route, can on or aaaresa, . . W. L. DANLET, Genl Pass'r and Ticket Agt., Nashville, Tenn. WM. T. ROGERS, Pasa'gr Agt, Chattanooga, Tonn. A. B. WKEliNE, Trav. Agent, Atlanta, Ga. junU78 it PATENTS obtained for new inventions, or for improvement on old ones, for medical or other compounds trara mirks and labsls. Caveats. Assignments. Intee ferences, Appeals, Suits for Infringements, and all all eases arising under the PATENT LAW8, promptly attended to. .INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN n rn T T7i imTiiTV by the ratent Office may rirjtJ IhXjlShU still, la most cases, be pat- ented by us. Being opposite the U . S. Patent De partment, and engaged in Patent business exclu sively, we can make closer searches, and secors JP stents more promptly, ana nu onwwr cimimiw, than those who ore remote from Washington. rvirrnvTmoTICI send us a model or sketch 111 V Hi 11 IWXVO of your device: we Imake examinations and advise as to patentability, tkxb or ohabgk. All correspondence strictly confiden tial Prices lew, and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT IS 8ECURED. We refer in, Washington, to Hon. Pout master General D. M. Key, Rev. F. D. Power, The German-American National Bank, to officials in the U, S. Patent Office, and to Senators and Bepresen tatives in Congress ; snd especially to our clients in every State in the union ana in uanada. Address C. A. SNOW & CO., Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D, 0 lySl 2m . - - A MONTH guaranteed. $13 a (day at home made by the indus trious, capital not required we will start you. Men. women, beys and girls make money fas ter at work for us man at any thing else. The work is high and pleasant, and such as any- One can go right at . Those who are wise who see this notice will send us tneir addresses at once ana .M for themselves, costly uutnt ana terms ires, Now is the time. Those already at work are laying no large sums of money. Address TRUE h CO., AUgUSia, iuauw. juu ir ij A WEEK in your own town, and on capital risked. Tou can give tbe best opportunity ever offered for those willing to work. Tou should trv nothing else until you see for yourself what you can do at the busi ness we offer. No room to explain her- Yu can devote all your time or only your Snare time to ine Business, ana duii (jni pay jur 1 . il.i w wrAKAM Mk,- . as men Send for special private terras and par ticulars, which we mail free. $5 Outfit free. Don t vmnlaiu of hard times while you have such a chance. Address H. HALLETT k CO., Portland, Maine. Jnn T-iy. a; h. petti bone. Attorney . at Law, G R E E NEVILLE, TENN wi! nrsftiM in the courts of the First J a did a . . ... . t - . r J 1! W 4 f also give prompt attention to the ecCacUea Of fj kinds Of ctauni tsa aews. 4 1 UUU L WW M. 13. D. LANE, ATTORNEY-AT - LAW, AS OPENED A LAW OF- ft.w on the corner of Main and Jackson street, Morristown, one square south of the Conrt House and one door eat of Q. B . McCrary's store, and will offer his serrices in the Courts of Ham blen and adjoining counties and the Supreme Court at Knoxville. His object will be to give strict attention to busi ness, and satisfaction to clients. Charges will be reasonable. Jull 79 ly Warm Springs, Western North Carolina, Health aa3 Pleasure Resort TfTTOT AND COLD WATJSB, LUV JOL surpassed Mountain Climate, unequalled scenery, and Magnificent Hotel Accommodations for FIOHT HUNDBED GUESTS. Hot Baths in conjunction with climatic influences, almost spect fie for Bheuniatism, Neuralgia, Nervous and Con stitutional Diseases of tne bm der, and Malarial disorder, Bend for descriptive circular. PE. WM. H. HOWERTON, Junll 79tf Proprietor. Martin Shea, BREWER OF ALE & PORTER Cor. Hardee and Lenier Sts Knoxville, - - Tenn. Orders by mail promptly filled, but must be accompanied with the cash. may 8 8 ly. L. C. 8HEPARD, - UNDERTAKER, Knoxville, Tenn. H7ERY DESCRIPTION OF -"Metalic Caskets and Cases, Wood Caskets and Coffins of every Grade and price, ready for use. Orderaby Telegraph will receive personal and n.mnn(ttiintiiiii T firms satisfactorv 11 40 NEW STORE! W. H. PARKER, DEALER IN Groceries, Boots Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, fec, In the ' - - - MORRISTOWN. Would respectfully solicit a share of the patron age of the citizens of Morristown and vicinity, onrmntMinff the best ffoods and lowest figures at 111 times. fab 19 79-tf FRED. A. SHOTWELL, SURGEON DENTIST, Rogers ville, - - Tenn EF" Terms Cash, or its Equivalent. sept 27 1876 tf WALKER & SON, THE OLD. RELIABLE AND PERMANENT Barbers, HAVE removed their shop from the old stand on Henry street to the bouse in the "Y," near the depot, where they will be pleased to see and wait upon all of their old customers, and as many new ones as may feel inclined to patronize uim TONSORIAL. By Mack Fulton, At the Grigsby Honse, MORRISTOWN, TENN E3-I solicit the public patronage, and would Bay that I can give satisfac tion either in a clean, neat shave, hair-cut, hair-dress, clean sham poo, or an elegant whisker or moustache dye. Terms moderatej 110GEKSV1LLE FEMALE COLLEGE. THE NEXT SESSION WILL begin Monday, September 9th. The location, the buildings, the thoroughness in the mode of in struction, and the care taken of students, make it one of the most desirable seats of learning in the country. Material reduction in rates of Board and Tui tion. For particulars, address, KEY. A. W. WILSON, aug. 8,18T7.tf. PBBBIDBKT RAM AGE & CO., Stationers M Jol Printers AND DEALERS IN FANCY GOODS, (Opposite Cowan, McClung k Co.) KNOXVILLE, - - - TENN. Besides keeping a full and complete stock of everything in the way of Stationery, we do JOB PRINTING business in all its br inches, guaran teeing our work as first-class and at as low prices as good work can be done for. Orders by mall will be promptly attended to. augl478 ly . O. C. KING, W. D. GAMMON. King- fe Gammon, Attorneys-at-Law AND Solicitors in Chancery. OFFICE, Corner Main and Cumberland Streets, over F. O. iar Collections a Specialty. Jan 90 7S ly JOSEPH A. MABRYf Attorney - at - Law and TJ. S. CLAIM AGENT, KnoxYille, - - - Tennessee. tW Special attention given to collections. fM3 7 tf ff One dozen Sewing Vscb!ns 4 r.OLl Needles, aa a ITeinh m for 1 II QjfjZlth first kmg lift of nataet . from each post office, of seasons wao have no Sewing Maablne. T . -- S. 1 ANGEL, i usU it KsOXYiUe, Xei 'S New Advertisements, HARRIS ik EXCI-l'SrVE HARDWARE, CUTLERY Agricultural Implements, Iron, Steel, Amunition, Nails, Horse and Mule Shoes, Etc., Etc. 2 Orders by mail promptly attended to. Main Sreet, - - - Morristown, Tenn. dec 18 "78 ly CIGAR FACTORY. F. HOCKENJOS, Proprietor. Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, Pipes, And Smokers' .Article. 5 CENTS CIGARS Pure Havana Filler. FIFTY DOLLARS offered to anybody in East Tennessee who can lcat this Cigar in price and quality. Morristown Marble "Works, KOWE & THOMPSON, Proprietors, 1 ii o llmhM" I - i n -i-- ii i ir - nr mi i i- MORRISTOWN, TlSIVySHlSE. MATT. NELSON & CO., DEALEBS IUST DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, 146 (Jay Street, - . KNOXVILLE. PARTIES VISITING KNOXVILLE WILL FIND IT TO THEIR advantage to call and examine our stock of Dry Good, whii u we are deit'rn.ind to wll at the very lowest price possible. Thee goods are parchahed direct from manutactarura and importers witn casta. We caary the largest stock in Knoxville of CASIIJIEItS, 3IOHAIICS AND ALPACAS, Also a heavy stock of Plain and Brocaded Dress Goods, in all the latest styles. CORSETS I CORSETH! W A very large stock of Corset . white and colored, all gradea.3 A full line of Bleached and Brown Domestics, Ticking, Ginghams, Cassimers, Jeans. Canton and Wool Flannels,Shavl?s Skirts, Blankets, etc. I2FaSecial attention given to orders. dec 1 78 ly JStxm? s (East of R. KNOXVILLE, - - Offer to BASH, DOORS, Hatched Flooring, Ceiling, BRACKETS, MOULDINGS, NEWELS, &c, &c. AVING OVER 1.000.000 FEET OF LUMBER IN STOCK OUR facilities are uneqnaled in East Tennossee. Orders solicited and aatisfaction guaranteed. XW gend for Price List J Wholesale Produce and NO. 203 GAY STREET, Receives Consignments of all Ffheat, Corn, Rye, Dried Fruit, For which the highest market price is paid. When Charges liberal and satisfaction guaranteed. IvISTOXIVTLLIE Foundry and Machine Company, SUCCESSORS TO Eogan, Kelley & Co., Broad Street, Knosville, Tenn. MANCTACTUKKR3 OF HILL GEERING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. and all kinds of Castings for up-right Saw Mills and Carriages. STEA3I EIVGIIVES Built and Ttopairecl. specialty, and the Nicest and Best made in the South. FRONTS mud GRATES 1 - of all sizes. SIDE HILL PLOWS AND PLOW CASTINGS, CANE MILLS, Railroad Castings, Brass Castings, Door Sills, Window Bills, Sash weights, Columns, Street and Ventilating Grates and Builders' Castings generally. I AGENTS FOR TnE Eclipse DouMe Tiirtiisjater Heel Oi.:i'l..rr,n,Lj T.!mn "FWraV'Itn-r TTtmfona nml .Tn.1. :v - son's Standard Governors for Steam "V-, J' Engines. ' : j. ..' V, . - Castings of every description made to order and Machinery of all studs B.- Dsirsd properly and with dispatch. MJr- y, inviM oetogira us a caU. WHITESIDE, DEALERS I f TBWWESSEE ma toij DEALERS IN Morristown, Italian & American MARBLE MONUMENTS ToMtoiEs, Head am i on sicccs. J ltflimeut in East Tennessee, and guarantee alia-mo- faction, or no pay. Ord r solicit!. July 10 71 J Terry, R. Depot.) - TENNESSEE. the public BLINDS, Weatherboarding Commission Merchant, KNOXVILLE, TENN. Kinds of Produce and Buys Hay, Bacon, Laid, Flour, Feathers, Sfc. desired, liberal advances made on consignments auk ju isi persons Having any class of won to oa umi mar. ls .1t ly New Adverthcmtnh rVFTGETABLEI . HAM REKEV('ER--. Tins standard article 1 cora pounded with the gn-atc-t care. Iu elTccU arc a. womlcrful and as satisfactory as ever. It restores firay or faded Lair lo iU youthful color. It removes all eruption, itching and dandruir. It gifes tho Lead a cooling, sootliing kciuatiou of j;rtat comfort, and the scalp hy iU uso liecomes whito and clean. By its tonic properties it restores the capillary gland to their normal vipor, preventing baldneM, and making tho hair grow thick an I strong. As a dressing, nothing has ban found so effectual or desirable. A. A. Hayes, M. I)., State As saycr of Massachusetts, says, "The constituents arc pure, and carefully selected for excellent quality; and I consider it the Best pBErjUiAXioH for its intended puqoscs." Price, On Dollar Buclsinsh-am'a DDyo FOR THE WHISKERS. This elegant preparation may lj relied on to change the color of th beard from gray or any other un desirable shade, to brown or black, at discretion. It is easily applied, being in one preparation, and quick ly and ciIV tually produces a per manent color, which will iicilLtr rub nor wah otf. Manufactured by R. P. HALL L CO., NASHUA, N. II. BROWNE'S Riverside Printing Hou:o Cornrr of l'tA'nj J- Chunk rs'iiHUvilli. rJ7cnn. srnciAL attkntiom oivfn to Tni: 1'HINTINO OK Ixks, Puniplilcd.-', School CatnloLiics LawvnV Brirfs, Cards, TnL,'sf Bill Iliads le tter Ilrads, and r.vi uY Mx itirrioN or Book and Job Printing. ItT Author. w..uld ii.. to Bias a i4 this and '-t our prl. s 1 fr g l tl. .f work. Aililrv. Uroii-nc's Hi or nidi: Printing Ihuf, Corner Cull. A Cliim U Sis , fcUUTJiy SAisiivuxi:, rts. THE BEST OF ALL LI MM BITS PC?. 2IA2T 02 ZZAZ7. I WIm-ti ft rrKMliHn 1ms InTilllMy dono lis work In million. 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