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THE MORRIStdWN GAZETTE, JANUARY 28, i 860.
-r- i nr. Morristown, Wo. 231 1st Tbur.
X day evening, 4 o'alock, every month, in thalr
liU. st the Masonic cuugr uuuiuu( .
' J. E. Thompson, W. M.
Johx Uuiran, H. P.
'"f o." O.F. Morristown, No. 16S 1st, 2nd and
la JUt Tuesdays of every month. ;
, JOHW MCPHKT, M. O.
JTIGHTS OF HONOB . Morristown, No. 87
Meets every Thursday of each wwk .
B. A. LOW BY, D.
T O. G. T. Morristown, No. 034. MeeU every
X s Monday evening.
MA YOB B . F. Mitchell; Aldermen Geo. A .
MeNutt, 8. B. Noe, Wm. McFarland, J. K.
Lawleaa, i . M. Bewley. Bkcobdek George Liv
ingston. Kakkhal J tinea Morris.
CHANCBHY. Site 3rd Monday In January and
July. H. O. Smith Judge; John Murphey,
Clerk and Master.
$ IBCCIX. Sits 1 Monday in Decenibor, April
VJ and August, James G. Boae, Judge ; George
8 . Crouch, Clork.
nOUNTY. 8lts by quorum lint Monday in ev-
Howell, Kaq., Chairman; 0. Williams, Clerk.
J Sheriff and Jailer; W.
OFFICIALS. H. Loop,
H. Parker, Register;
J. E. Thompson. Tax-Collector and Tinstoe: H.
M . Sherwood, County Superintendent of Public
.Instruction; w . o. Beese, coroner and Chairman
n pro torn,; Shandy larig, Surveyor.
TJme Table E. T., V. & G. It. It.
Mixed Train No. 1 West,
" 44 44 4 jrt,
Freight Train He. West,
w m west,
" 8 East,
mum IT East,
t:35 a m S:23 a m.
3:11am 9:13 am.
13: a m 12:48 a m.
4:20 m 4:24 p m.
11:18 p m 11:21 p m.
3:35 a tn 3:40 a m.
11:12 am 11:22 am.
4:08 pm 4:30 pm.
T. F. LEACH, Assnt.
' C, C. G.&C. It. It.
Bally Freight and Passenger Trains Sundays
Arrive at Morrtstown 6:S p. m. Depart 10:15 a. m.
Arrive at Wolf Creek, 1:30 p. an. Depart 3:00 p. in.
Time-Table Itoffersvilie & Jef
Trains leave Bogersville daily (Sunday excepted)
at T a an., arriving at Bogersville Junctien in time
to connect with the morning mixed train going
west aa tha K. T V. A G. Boad. Returning
leave Botrersville Junctien at 1 p. ra.,ind arrive at
JlogarSTUi at 3 p. sa.
Th. Morristown Gazette.
AS TO THEORIES ESPECIALLY
.. THE DARWINIAN,
To the Editor of The Morrintown Gazette :
Theories bear about the same relation
ts Facts the light infantry does to the
corps d'&rmee. They serve as the skerm-
iah line, to be thrown forward, lightly,
but, when pressed, fall back on the solid
columns f horse sense. Of great utility
when skillfully handled ;when traced by
inexperts, they become the chariots of
Phteton. They do Indeed. Ah! hum
You see, the moon belonged to Diana
and was her car. The sun in like man
ner to Apollo. He, being near-sighted'.
didn't drive the car himself, but hired a
man named Ileliaa to drive for him. The
world was considered a flat plate, with
Delphi in the middle and the 'ocean all
around. Chattanooga was then a small
-quite a small place. In the far east,
the dawn, Aurora, or Eos, opened the
gates with her rsy fingers and out came
the glorious car of the sun, witL glori
ous white horses, driven by Delias, at-!
tended by the Hours, strewing dew and
flowers. It passed oyer the arch of the
heavens to the ocean again on the westr
and there Aurora met them, took out the
team and fed it. Helias had a son nara
The message of Governor Andrews,
of Connecticut, shows a reduction of
the State's income. The extension of
the right of voting to women is recom
mended, at least for all matters affect
ing taxes. More stringent divorce laws
are urged. The property of married
women, it is suggested, should be taxed
in the name of the woman herself, in
stead of the husband.
Everything in WINDOW GLASS
and GLASSWARE, at Wilson's GlaBS
Store, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Glass only, forCash onlv. at Chattan
ooga Glass Store. P. C. Wilson.
An old physician, rstired from prac
tice,, having had placed in his hands by
anrEast India missionary the formula of
a 8mple vegefahle remedy for the spee
dy and permanent cure for Consump
tion, Bronchifi," Catarrh, Ashma, and
an i nroat and Lung Affections, also a
fositive and radical cure for Nervous
)ehi!ity and all Nervous Complaints,
after havinsr tested its wonderful cura
tive powers in thousands of cases, has
fflt it his duty to nitlc it known to his
suffiin;; fi-JIovvM. Actuated by this
motive aud a desire to relieve human
suffering, I will send free of chai ge to
all who desire it, this recipe, in Ger
man, French, or English, with full di
rections for preparing and using. Sent
by mail by addressing with stamp, nam
ing this paper, W. W, Sherar, 149 Pow
ers vioclc, liochester, N. Y. oct22 13t
NEWS AND OTHER ITEMS.
In Savannah, Ga., an anti-profanity
pledge is being circulated, and very
generally signed. The signers wear
white ribbonB. -
"Mr. U. 8. Grant, Jr., the son of Gen.
Grant, will be married to the daughter
Of Mr. James U. Flood, the San Francis
co, millionaire, next February.
A farmer in Massachusetts has just
Id five hundred bushels of onions, the
product of a single acre, most of them
bringing one dollar per bushel.
Gen ; B. J. Hill, who served with great
gallantry and distinction in the Confed
erate service through the war, died at
his home in McMinnville, Tenn., Jan.
5lh. j ... -
Frank Leslie, the well-known publish
er, died a few days ago at nis residence
in New York, after a protracted illness.
He was the publisher of perhaps a doz
en illustrated papers and periodicals.
N. Hirech & Co. , wholesale merchants,
Nashville, have made an assignment;
liabilities, $200,000. , Jas. M. Burns,
liquor dealer, has also made an assign
ment to B. W: McCann.
Hon. A. P.' Gorman was nominated
for United States Senator, in the Demo
cratic caucus of the Maryland Legisla
ture, January 8th. Before the war he
was a page in the United States Senate.
The South Carolina Legislature, re
cently adjourned, sat just thirty days,
and cost the State less than $40,000.
Two hundred bills were passed. A good
example of expedition of business for
Congress to follow.
Officials returns from Louisiana show
ing the result f the late election for
State and Parish offices inthat State,
hows a Democratic majority of 30,751.
fTM . i. ' .....
sue vulb uu iuh new constitution was
85,555 for its adoption and 27,483 against
it. . . .. .
The negro exodus from Texas to Kan
sas continues. A considerable number
of colored people pass through - Dallas
aaiy, bound, to that State.: On the
other hand, quite a number have return
ed, stating that they had been deceived
concerning Kansas. -; -
One hundred acres have been purchas
ed for a cemetery at Chattanboi;a.Tenn.
It is to be called the Forest Hill cemete
ry, and will be controlled by a stock
company with a perpetual charter. The
cemetery will be opened for the sale of
lots In April.
The December crop report of the De
partment of Agriculture places the acre
age of winter wheat sown in the United
States at about twelve per cent, in ex
cess of that of last year. The tobacco
crop of the season just closed is estima
ted as nearly equal to that of last year,
the tatal yield being valued at about
Jwenty-one and a half millions.
A Washington correspondent of the
Richmond Dispatch says that the Demo
cratic members of Congress are anxious
for an adjournment and yvill do every
thing in their power to Wing it about
The appropriation bills will be rushed
through, and in a week or ten days after
their passage Congress will be able to
adjourn. Speaker Randall, in conver
sation with a Southern - Senator
predicted an early adjournment, and i
aid he was doing his best at his end of
Congress to bring it about. The 15th
of April is the date he now fixes for
adjournment, and will work to get
through business by that day. The
Republicans express themselves as
favorable to an early adjournment. Mat
tersare now going on smoothly, but
when exciting questions are reached
tht appearance of things may change.
In December the Louisiana State Lot
tery Company had a drawing, the capi
tal prize of which was $100,000, and a j
iew days before that event the police of
Jfew xcrlt. city seized abut $10,000
and a large number of tickets belonging
to the Company at the office of the lat
ter on Broadway. It now appears that
tIfc;ket No. 9.863, which drew the $100,
000, ,8 among the tickets seized. Re
cently tJ Board of Police Commission
ers were ak spiled to by tbe Charity Com
missioners Tno desired to know wheth
er the prizes . "Srawn by the seized tickets
(including thr ' $100,000) do not belong
to the poor oil Tew York. The revised
statutes of the lw affecting lotteries
seem to justify th 6 opinion that they do,
for section 33 say : "Any prize that
hall be drawn in a nT lottery forbidden
by the law shall be 1 'orfeited to the use
of the por," etc. 24 o decision has yet
been reached in tho.,m titer.
Wheat New. choice
Oats New ,
Apples Dried lt
Peaches Dried, k s . . .
" " k ..
Blackberries -Dried. . ,
" Unwanhed .....
Old Copper and Braes.
He as per lb
ea t neettn. lie had made several round, BUTTER
.rips wnn nis I'aD. ana one nleht no xAjruo
asked the old man to let him drive a day.;
The team started right, but seared at a
comet and ran away. One minute the
blazing chariot wheels would rasp'gaiust
the earth and 6et the trees on fire; at the
next, the team would run up hill toward
Olympus. 'Twas a plumb sight ! At
last Jupiter, who was sitting in his front
porch, drinking nectar for a weak stom
ach, noticed Phaeton's antics and let
drive at him with a thunderbolt, knock
ing him clean out of his car. It was J.'s
intention to merely drop P. into the
ocean, but P., as he "drapped," struck
his head against the corner of a fish trap
and passed in his checks. "His sisters
wept till they were changed into poplar
trees, and their tears hardened into am
ber drops. It was very sad, indeed. It
The origin of the Nerth American In
dian has long been a theory. A specific
number of the tribes of Israel were lost.
The red man was a race unaccountable;
hence he was the lost lamb. Not the
slightest kinship iu rac6 type. But one
was lost, the other found. That settled
the matter, and Mr. Lo! was an Isralite
without guile. Having occasion to read
up Egyptology, in preparing my Alpha
bet lecture, I found that the aucient
Egyptians not only used the Papyrus for
their manuscripts, but that, of the same
reed they constructed their boats, with
the exception of the keel, which they
made of acasia wood. I had long been
familiar with the habits of the red man
and knew that upon birch bark he in
scribed his hieroglyphs, which in many
respects strongly resembled the symbols
of ancient Thebes. Further, that of
birch bark did he make his light canoe,
which bounded o'er the silver lake like
a duck on wheels. The coincidence
struck me, and had I been a younger
hand I should have yelled, ' Eureka 1"
Sitting Bull, my regards to your uncle,
Another favorite theory was the study
of flint arrow-heads, etc., which were
thought peculiar to this country. In 1757,
Pitcairn, a midshipman in Carteret's
vessel, discovered from the mast head,
at a distance of 15 miles, the island
which bears his name and which was
sought, in 1789, by Fletcher Christian,
the Bounty mutineer, as a place of re
fuge and for twenty years was the fate
of Christian and his eight comrades un
known. Yet upon this isolated speck
in the vast Pacific a Mr. Brodie, in 1850,
discovered ancient burial places, hearth
stones displaced by huge trees, and flint
spear and arrow-heads and stone axes,
evidently the remains of a people long
anterior to the visit of Fletcher Chris
tian. Now what do you think of that ?
But Darwin dear Darwin. I How he
has been misrepresented 1 Darwin's
theory was this: Everything started from
an ovum or germ, and he claimed that
successive favorable developments pro
duced a gradual refinement or improve
ment as the peach developed from the
almond, the dog from the wolf. The
London Punch, always on the alert for
such things, caricatured Darwin's hypo
thesis, both in type and cuts. The pub
lic rarely think, when novelty is presen
ted, and the impression was fixed that
Darwin had said "man came from the
monkey." And hundreds charge Dar
win to day, who don't know J), from
vTyndale or Huxley, and are utterly ig
norant of the specialty of the three sci
"Full many a sht at random sent,
Finds marl: the archer never meant.
May not the public be right. At least
we find the njgro and the monkey both
land owners find householders in Africa
competent jurors, so to speak. The
thing crosses my mind like a flash. The
veil is lifting.-! read : 'Marmoset: ring
tail baboon; Gorilla: negro, mulatto,
quadroon, mtiStce,mustafina, white wash
ed, intelligent voter Congressman !
Bless my wife s sister s cat s peace of
mind there'fc a jury for you 1 I submit
Trusting siicerely that in my efforts
to threw light upon a dark subject I have
used no worn that would wound the
most aencatt, ana Degging to assure
you, ray dear sir, or the highest consid
eration of respect and esteem, and Ihnt
though lost to signt you are to momorv
t?ear, I am veiy respectfully your must
oh"-dient servuut, Biiic-a-1kac.
Morristown Produce Market.
Mokkistown, Jan. 26, 1880.
WHEAT vffll 20
FLOUR 3 504 00
Sufferers with Rheumatism, Lame
Back, etc., who have had all the
pleasure of life destroyed by these
sad afflictions, can again enjoy the
light elastic step of perfect health,
and experience permanent relief, by
using Coussens' Lightning Lini
ment, the only unfailing remedy
for Rheumatism, Lame Back, Neu
ralgia, Sprains, Bruises, etc. Price
50 cents. For sale by all druggists.
CORRECTED BY SMITH BONDURANT
DEALERS IN GENERAL PRODUCE.
Knoxville, Tenn., Jan. 24, 1880.
Bacon Sides 7
" Shoulders 5 5j
' Hams 8( 9
Lrd. 7x S 8S
lit 1 a . .
ljonaon nas a population of some
four millions.mostlv fools." said Carl vie.
If people continue to doctor by rule and
tradition, and allow so many to die use
lessly every year, they deserve to be
classed amongst the category "mostly
fools" when the use of Prof. Fai tie's
Catarrh Vapor will cure all diseases of
the head, throat and lungs. Office, 250
S. Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
. .1 20 S 1 35
... 85 C
, . . 48 (4 60
. . 8J 1 lo
.2 60 ( 3 00
.. 20 22
. 1 ot) (u; 1 25
. . 1 K C
.. 75 (
BEST III THE
EN PURSUANCE OF THE SUG
jestion or the Insolvency of the estate of Mich
ael Mvtrfl- dwmKft). Hnlvma.riA hv ni to thn Clerk
of the County Court of Hamblen county., and in
'obedience te the order of said Clerk made thereon,
notice is hereby Riveu for all persons having claims
against aaid estate to file them, with tit Clark of
said Court, duly authenticated, on or before the
First, day of July,- 1830, '"7
or they will be forever Jbarred. This Jan. 12, 1880.
. R. O. ill'EBS,
J. M. McFARLAND,
Administrators of Michael Myers, dee'd.
Jan 14 '80 aw.
S. W. McCrary,
Near tuo Depot,
Is now Receiving and has in Store a large Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots ni SAoes, Piece Goods, Hats,
Caps, Hardware, Qaeensware,
CIGA1JS aud TOBACCO of all
grades, Etc,, Etc,,
And proposes to sell at bottom prices. Call and
see for yourself before buying elsewhere. dec87ly
tr Produce taken in exchange.
Geo. T. Oroixcli,
OP TENNESSEE, WITH
SAMUEL BEVAN & CO.,
WHEELER & WttSON,
1 Aelw. j
The Acknowledged Standard of Excellence.
"5 2 -
i i p CMK
O CO Q
; 1 J
"aJiii j il I 1-1 "ladP
THE oSTEW NO. 8.
The Superiority of this Machine will be Demonstrated to the Satisfaction of
u.ny una uesinnj to jrurcnase.
mm & Wilson Manufacturing Co., 120 Cimrcli St.; Mnlls, Tenn.
IMPORTERS DEALERS IN
Dry Goods & Notions
279 W. BALTIMORE STREET,
Ualtimore. - - IVTcl.
Oct 8 "79 2m.
M. H. Murrell. Distribt'g Ag't, Morristown, Tenn.
SOLD ON LIBEICAI, TEltMS.
deo 10 79 6m
,P'? BI-rrb Soda In of
lightly dlrtT tv lil to color. It maw
appear wbtt, examined by lt
elf, bnt a COAIPAHISON WITH
HAAliriEii brand will allow
COKKECTED WEEKLY BY H. T. COX & CO.
WHOLESALE PRODUCE AND COM
Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 24, 1880.
Corn shelled 68a70
" Yellow .
Wheat white i 453150
, " ed 1 48
Flour fancy 7 257 fiO
" family.. 6 25a 8 66
" extra 6 75a7 00
Bacon Shoulders 6$ a6
" 8ides 8a8V
Bulk 8honUers "
" Sides .".".V.
Clay Peas 90ai 00
Hay. 1 25al 80
...... 1." """us oe Alii
A. simple but serere test of the com para tiv
Talue ot different brands of Soda is to dissolve
flessert spoonful of each kind with about a pint
wat1T (hot preferred) in clear glasses, stirring
until all is thoroughly dissolved. The delete
rious insoluble matter in the interior Soda will
be shown after settling some twenty minutes os
sooner, by the milky appearance of the solution,
and the quantity of floating flocky matter a .
cording to quality.
Be sure and ask for Church & Co.'s Soda and
"T. . .1 me is on ine package and you
will get the purest and whitest made. The use
ol this with sour milk, in preference to Baking
fowder, saves twenty times its cost.
See one poind package for valuable informa
tion and read carefully.
SHOW THIS TO YOUR 630CER.
obtained for new Inventions, or for improvement
" ir meaicai or otner compounds trard
marks and labels. Caveats, Assignments, Iutee
Y"-co, jvpiraiiB, ouiih lor inirinKementn, aud
all all cases arising under the PATENT LAWS.
Sr?mi?V,y attended to. INVENTIONS THAT
1?F TPPTlTTi bv ihe Pten Office !may
" -iJ m. sun, in most cases, be pat
ented by us. Being opposite the U. 8. Patent De-
Pnuieni, ana engaged in Patent business exclu
sively, we can make closer searches, and secure
j-aicuts more promptly, and with broader claims,
than those who ore remote from Washington.
I ' V Tr IVTriDd send ns a model or sketch
----V AJJlI X of your device; welmake
-""-viuuB uu auvise as to patentability, fre
of chabge. All correspondence strictly conflden-
We refer in, Washington, to Hon. Postmaster
General D. M. Key, Kt v. F. D. Power, The Gcr-
n Z ,. . ? iiauonai isanR, to officials in the
. p. rwui umce, ana to Senators and Represen
ju congress; and especially to our clients
"""ry oitie in me union and in Canada.
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Patent Oince, Washington, D. O.
l-all and Winter Stock Large and Complete !
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturer and Doaler la
: Sta, Tinware and Km, Fisraiis
In Chancery at Morristown.
Original Bill No. 301.
A. M. Wood vs. Benj. E. LTiH and others.
N THIS CAUSE IT APPEAR-
Live Chickens, ...
Lard in bbls
" ir. cans
Butter choice .
Onions Per barrel
I'ish Potatoes Per barrel.
Cabbage Per Head
8 OOaa 00
9 25a2 60
3 00a 5 00
. 1 25al 60
.. Not a Beverage.
"They are not a beyerage, hut a
medicine, with curative properties of
the highest degree, containing no poor
whiskey or poisonous drugs. . They do
not tear down an already debilitated
system, but build it up. One bottle
contains more hops, that is, more real
hop strength, than a barrel tf ordinary
beer. Every druggist in Rochester sells
them, and the physicians prescribe
them." Evening Express on Hop Bitters.
ing from the allegations of comnlaimtnt'ii hi 11
which is sworn to, that the defendants T. C. Wood
Wm. H. Wood, Joseph R. Wood and Cathorine M.
pniuips, (formerly Catharine M. Wood,) are non-
icoiumiu! ui me ciaie 01 xenneesee, and that the
defendants the heirs-at-law of James M. Wood, Jr.,
dee'd, whose names and residences cannot be ascer
tained. It is therefore ordered by the Clerk and
Master that said non-resident defendants T. O.
Wood, W . H . Wood, Joseph R . Wood and Catharine
M. Phillips, (formerly Catherine M. Wood) and
said defendants, the heirs-at-law of James M
Wood, Jr., dee'd, whose names and residences are
unknown, appear before the Chancery Court at
Morristown on or before the
Third Monday in July, 1880,
and make defense to said original bill or the same
will be taken for confessed and set for hearing ex
parte as to them. It is further ordered by the
Master that this notice be Dublished for four con.
secutive weeks in the Mobbistown Gazette.
inis uoo. as, 1878. A true oopy. Test :
JOHN MURPHEY, C. & M.
jan 7 1880 prs fee $6.
The most wonderful and marvelous
success, in cases where persons are sick
or wasting away from a condition of
miscrableness, that no one knows what
ails them, (profitable patients for doc
tors,) is obtained by the use of Hop Bit
ters. They begin to cure from the first
dose and keep it up until perfect health
and etrength is restored. Whoever is
a 1H ic ted in this way need not suffer,
when they can get Hop Bitters. See
LIBRA BY OF UNIVERSAL KN0 WL-EDGE.
Volume IV, of tais great work, published by the
Amieicam Book IIxcbanoe, New York, is ready
January 15th, rtnd volume V. will be issnel about
ten days later. 3 hey have been delayed son.e
what by the prfmti ag of he large editions of tha
previous three volumes ud the other publica
tions of the hoise. their facliiHia for manufacture
having been ta:ced far beyond tUrtr capacity. Re
moving January lit to the Tribune Building, and
to the Urge building No. 26 Beekman and No, 19
Spruce street, where their facilities will eusbla
them to manufacture from 6,000 to 8,000 volumes
a day, the publi thrs expect to complete the entire
work within the yr, as announced. The volumes
thus far issued being only the reprint of the last
edition of the tll-kuown Chamber's En;yck
pedia, nothing mnre need be said of them than
that they are w ell printed and bound ; their form
is vastly more convenient than the usual uu wield,
ly quarto or octtvvo and their price is chuay be
yond all precede nt In book-making, so that to the
uninitiated it is av mystery how so much can be giv
en for a little mat ey, but to the practical printer
and book maker, irho knows how the greatest ele
ment in modify! n the cost of books is the number
of buyers among ?rhoai the investment cost Is to
be distributed, thft. wonder would be not that tlie
books can be made for the price but that the num
ber of buyers shood be counted except by millions.
Those who take pleasure iu the dissemination of
useful knowledge and choice literature will bit glad
to aid with their influence an enterprise so alto
gether worthy. The publishers will aeitd auy
quantity of descriptive, catalogues, to tUo wUa
may apply, for diiiiriLutfov among acuaiutauces.
The Lamar House.
The undersigned having re-leased tlu
above popular Hotel, begs leave o in
form his friends and patrons, and eg
pecially the traveling public, that he if
now prepared to accommodate Imgucstf
m the best and most aonroved ntvle.
The House will be fully renovated and
the table will always be supplied witk
all the delicacies of the season. In fact
it will ba his endeavor to make the La
mar House second to no tlftel in the
South. Polite waiters and tae beat at
tendance will be secured the guests.
Passengers will be onveyed to and
from the depots fee charge.
Sept. 5, 1ft
We were exposed last wek to a piti
less storm, that wet our feet and stock
ings, and indeed our person all over.
In fact we took a cracking cold, whioh
brought sore-throat and severe symp
toms of fever. The good-wife asserted
her authority, plunged our feet into hot
water, wrapped us in hot blankets, and
sent our faithful son for a bottle of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It is a
splendid medicine pleasant to take.
ana aia me 300. we slept soundly
through the night and awoke well the
next morning, we Know we owe our
quick recovery to the Pectoral, and
shall not hesitate to recommend it to all
who need such a medicine. Tthuacana
The Maine Muddle
There is trouble in Haine. Ancrv
passion is getting the better of cool
judgment, and is causing bitterness. It
really looks as though there mighl be
bloodshed. A little blood letting used
to be considered a good thing, for a
patient, but modern science don't agree
with that method of treatment, and
recommends for biliousness, Heart's
Antlbillou. Discovery, for cought and
lung troubles, Symphyr, and for worms,
Mrs. Winslow'a Vermifuge.
Do we Believe In Vitehcaft?
"I take the ponition that we do not.
In it broad ense," said a gentleman
ef years and experience ; "and yet w
find many of the present day carrying a
Buckeye in their pocket through kind
of superstition, when they might be r
Keved by a few applications of Tab
lcr's Buckeye Pile Ointment." Thll
Ointment is made from the Buckeye,
and Ss recommended for 'nothing elaa
but Piles. Try It. It will cure yoo.
Price, 50 cents per bottle. For Self
What Physicians at Home and
Abroad Think of the Seven
Spring's Iron and Alum Mass.
In the treatment of Dyspepsia, Chlorosis, Ante
nna, .Nervous and Muscular Debility, Nervous aud
Sick Headache, Dysmenorrhoea, Menorrhagia,
Amenorrhoea, diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder
and such like organic or functional disturbances, I
know of no remedy upon whk:h I can rely with
more certainty of satisfactory results than the
"Seven Springs Mass." W. F. Bass, M. D.,
I have found no one single remedy to yield such
satisfactory results as the "Sevon Springs Mass."
In the treatment of Dyspepsia, Chronic Diarrhea,
Anamia, Chlorosis, and for Chrenic Eczema, I find
it invaluable, associated with appropriate topical
treatment. Geo. T. Hakbison, M. D.,
New York City.
From my experience with the "Iron and Alum
Mass," I believe it will prove the best medicine we
have in use, for chronic diseased.
G. M. D. Pattisbbox, M. D.
Eagle wood, Texas.
For Dyspepsia, Ulcerations of the Throat, Inflam
mation of the Neck of the Bladder, Leucorrhosa,
etc., the "Seven Springs Mass" seems to act with
almost specific effect. II. O. Gbiosbt,
The "Seven Springs Mass" furnishes a valuable
remedy to relieve Uterine Hemorrhages and this
class of female diseases, far superior to the Dialya-
ed Iron. Fbkd. Hobnbr, Jr., M. D.,
Stir. U. 8. Navy.
Have been using the "Iron an I Alum Mass" in
my practice for the last ten mouths, with marked
success in many cases.
John Hcqhbon, M. P.,
Sumpter, S. C.
I am fully convinced from peronaI observation
of the great therapeutic value of the "Seven
Springs Mass" iu the treatment of female com'
plaints, A. Laxc.isteb, M. D.,
Have had great success with "Iron and Alum
Mass" in treating female diseases. It is a desirable
medicine and should be better known by the pro- I
iession. x . juihbkidoe, m. i..
Baker's Station, Tenn .
a We could extend this list into tlie thousands with
uch testimonials from physicians from everv
State in the Union; but these are lufflcient to indi
cate its application. The reputation of the reme
dy is too widely known to waste words upon its
character. In ordering from Drugginta always
mention Suven Springs Mass fnoe $1 00 per
pacKage or o ior j,uu sent oy ma 1, pvsc-paia.
Landbum k Litchfield,
feb279 ly ub3chgs
Educate ! Educate !
Send your Sons and Daughters to
A Non-Denoininalifliial Mtation !
And one in every respect suited to the Edu
cational wants of the Country.
The Second Annual Session,
First Term opens August 4 ; Second, December
22 the two aggregating 40 weeks.
PROF. B. G. MANABD, A. B., Principal.
PROF. T. E. WOODSON, A. M., Associate.
REV. W. B. BALDWIN, Tutor.
MRS. MART LOU MANARD. Prin. Musio "
MRS. T. E. WOODSON, Prin Art Dept.
MRS. IDA FULK.ERSON, Prin. Primary De'pt,
The most thorough, embracing the English, An
cient and Modern Languages, Music and Art.
Tuition in Academic Department of four Grades
The 1st. $6 25 ; 2d, $8 75 ; 3d, $11 25 ; 4th, $15 00,'
1 or a xerm 01 nve montns ; Contingent Fee, 50
cents ; ministerial students free.
BOARDING, in town, ner week, wuhinn nnt).
ed, $1 50 ; in the country, $1 25 .
A New Feature.
Special Lectures are delivered
topics calculated to encourage students.
r or particulars send for circulars.
jun25 79 tf
I call ppiaU fttO tt.rB to lb
Improved COOK STOVE.
; VEJl Y S TO VE G UA RA NTEKD.
I am Sole Agent for this Stove and noue are fan.
ww. without my name ou the hearth r'.
ROOFING AND GUTTERING
promptly attended to and aatlsf action guaraatm d
A Full Line of Heating Stoves for Churches, School Houses, dr.
at-IF Special Inducements to Merchants.
3Inin St., MORRISTOWN, TJEINTY.
oct 24 79 ly
W. L. ROGERS. Y W.C. PERin
ROGERS tk PERRY,
Sour Mash Lincoln County Whiskey, Copper Dis
tilled Com, Rye and Bourbon Whiskies.
rcsr hid Tr "dpg
APPLE BRANDY A SPECIALTY.
Tor DlMaMi of tlu
Aatfcm. ajaj Cm
The reputation Jt fet. a.tUr4 U
concqucDre of the mr ellmis rtrrt M
has produced during the last kalf
tury, fa a aufl'.clent as a u ranee rv
public that It will roaUoue t t kiUm
the harpiest result that can be da4r4.
Ia almost every aectUaa af sary
there are peraomt, pabllcly knows, arfc
have been reatored frona alarming a4
evco desperate dlaeaaea of the sang,
by Ju use. All who have tried K ac
knowledge Iu aupcrlorityj tad wttev
iu rlrtaea are known, no one UtMuti
aa to what medicine to employ t a. '
Jiere the distress and Buffering pcraHsw
au piumonary aaectioas. Cmckmt ra
tobal alwaya afford lirstanl relief, aa4
perform r&pld cure of the milder ea
rletlea or bronchial dlaorrler, aa well a
the more formidable diseases of the
A a aafeifTiard to chlMrea, ami?
the distressing dlseaaea whkh be.et
the Throat and Chest of Childhood. It
la Invaluable j for, by It timely awe.
multitude are rescu.-d and restored U
This medicine rains friend al
every trial, as the curea It 1 constantly
producing are too remarkaWe t b
forjrotten. ya family ahouU U with
out It, and those who have once ud
it never will.
Eminent Physician throutboiit m
country prescribe It. and tr:rjm
often recommend It frow th ir kuuHl
edje of It effect.
. raEraaca bt
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lew.!!, Mjii.,
pfMtu1 Airii.i r ..!...
vvu aiT Li. KUU'Xillll) KS..YrA
Ike rr.taa4 at I4U1m rr .
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la BT FAR tha beat Ra.tiMaas aad Bmriaj OaUt aa
Hand-JtMk avar tmbll.Lvtf. Hk lh. 1. ..
Ulla tjcxk aia eumilifl Mow Tr iw v.'a
TMINt. la tt taaat way. UOW TO B Tul a OK
LA "UK, and c. Dtalua a (aid aalsa af arta4 lav.
formatlon lnAtpaabl to all eiaaa. fat aaaaat
rrUn-vt. AULMH V.AMTKD f..r all or atr
tiro. In know why tbla book EICAL vaiia a4
attrartlooa aLa twuer thaa ana eUar. atplr fr
au t Saa.
H.B aOAMMEL CO ST. LOU. MO.
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Cash Customers not Rejected.
Quick Sales and Small Profits.
Thankful to our friends for their liberal patronage hojv
they will continue with us.
GAY STREET, - -
Orders Solicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Corner Gay and Reservoir Streets,
Saddles and Bridles,
BOOTS and SHOES.
Keep Constantly on Hand the Largest Stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Vi xUf LS rZZJ vO
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF
E HAVE RE-PURCHASED
the Tan Yard nrobertv in Mnrri.tn
1 1 1 . . . T. 1 . rr, . .. .
xuiuicii; uwueu uj mcxariana, .iaweuuo., and
shall continne tha Tanning business Having a
large Tau Yard, complete in every respect, and an
ample supply of bark, with skillful workmen, we
are prepared to guarantee satisfaction.
We keep on hand, and for sale or exchange for
Hides, SOLE, UPPER AND HAKNES8 LEATHER
Pay cash for all the Hides brought to ns. or if riJ
sired will have Hides tanned on shares.
We manuf actors and sell at lowest diHcm. Kirv.
DLES, BRIDLES, COLLARS and HARNESS of
every description and of superior workmanship.
W We also manufacture and sell BOOTS AND
SHOES equal to any made in the country .
We use Bark only, tor tannins, and have nn
we respectfully solicit a share of the nuhii
W. MCI arland & Sons.
August 1, 1879 au20tf
WE CARRY A FULL STOCK OF
Grain Bags and all kinds of FieldSeeds
TOBACCO AND CIGARS. ;
TO 1IE11CMI1.VTS O.VI.
EDF0KD, (Va) ALUM AND
IJf I run Hprlnn WaUr. kfaa aud Mlaa. taw aaa.
lam forma uf t-.aiM-iia. - tuiiu
Frroal' a. Cbrontc Liarrlwaa. B
and Cutaumma Affactiona, Ljxjrd.n tt ta IJvav.
Kmnrys aud B aUdrr. Wt.ilitr. Maiaria a ad UmaA.
"Equal to any Watr of its rlaaa b sm.
Ill tcb Mrorias. M. V., Va.
"Natiafantory ta I'Unu Inaaaaaa aod ta Matart
oa odititw." u. w. v.it u r r w
"Ktnclrnt In D.Tpiia aod Ncrvtma l l n' s
arising from Impure bkiud."
U. T. Hasaraos, K. T.
Tard with aitccta la rrrtaia 4i.raa iraiUt
lo fomalaa." ft. Kosaisa, M. f., a.' j.
"BeuencUlla Malarial ravor aod !"bibari
W. t. Oiuaaar, If . p., W. C.
MRavoumoda4 aa a ravaacU la Tallow r.
er DtatrHta " I). R. l .iaix. af. I Im.
Th) samuaar tMwi of laaa Inrun Lu
Juoa lat. Terma $. ma C-arriacas anaa .la-ioca
at rorrMt of I-awj.ra, rarb t auta froaa k prtuf a.
Jpon adrlca of arrival. IcceonnodtUuM aai..i-
- Au tha eomforta aa4 atlrantnaa. Miu Ja
Psk u. WaUr SO eta, tr f albn. UjM cava, tt
I d..a. half t-ittW-a. im tut m mtxL ra.a Sa
f.r 10 call.M . 7 fas M aaJJ.ana a kuarl smrs at
llaaa. W eta. said 11 fc etW tl so and U 1
4os.anl pat laid. TUia Uaa ta U waiar
aulidiBrd soJ cotiUiua all ta auratlva trwfriiaa
uf tha water to radi-4 apaa.
ItUs 24 eta to ria. and tl (-ackaffas, ar 1 If,
H 60, 15 poat tlMM puis ronauit -4 Uta SlaM
sugar coatod pul faro. U ! tfallrsta
)D.) MwUa aupply avct fr is mmy kTakriaa
drama- l MM It ia praMuw. raanfh ia IrM aa
tpplicatl.ui. Tbia ronrd of aaiara la aatdaraal
ty tha tudu-al r"frai and alMtad Sy rMwlts
ta tbituaaBMla of raaoa dartuf t& laa 11 yaars.
Addrvaa A. M . ba'iiaa, fras. af Ua C
19 Sfata Html, Lacalnu, Ta.
sold by w. v. caki:igi:i:,
aug Su "7 an.
The Great Cadi, of
tut IiUihed, im a Sinned Enttlrpt, Prk
k Lectara no tb. Nalura. TraaUwaatt, sad Ka.lU
'al curs f SriasiTnaiaat ar ftaaitaal at.
iBvolunUrv twiiiMUina. laipotaMy, w.
roua Ixbiltty. aud In padimaoU tm Marrla
rally; (mauirptia, tphiy.j aad rn:MauaJ aad
autaor t las -ctraaa aWB,"
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rny.irai iDcajruy, am. By hJif.lnr d. H,
Ul W H 1 .1., M. UH
Tb.wor'id rraosnad aataor. la tbla adatlrabla
toetara, clrly proves from a la m hiwmm
tbat tha awful uidmum af aa , f . I.m, aaaf
! eVactualiy raaiovad vukwl auadL..
tthnat dao(rous auraVnai eparattoaa. anM.
Datrwmvnta, rlnga, or erdiaa; iltU 6W a
CHI a of cur. at otr certain, and iiviui a
airh .vary o5.rar.no raatiar what k. ub.i'..
may ba. may curs bunaati ebaaply, privately, aad
isri bis Irtur ia prova s soos ta Uoaaead
Ha oniW aal. In a rials savaUpa, la say sd
draaa, on reratpt of ait cats ertws f-t rrn.
AJ.ir tfca pahlwNsra
I11K CVLTtaWlll. ifrrtCSLOO ,
1 Aaa S., Haw lora j r. U. Wa aSfsl,
Jan Is, T ly '
James Mc Far land and others, admrs. of
Michael Myers, aec a., vs. 1 nomas M.
Myers and others.
TIN THIS CAUSE IT APPEAR-
ii. Ing from the allegations of tht bill, which are j
sworn to, mat tne attendants Thomas M. Myers,
O. H. Myers, M. F. Myers, James 8. Myers, Mich
ael S J. Myers, Sarah C. Myers. Joeenh Mvera.
Thomas Myers and Catherine P. Myers, are non-
resiaenis 01 me state 01 xennesses so that ordinary
process of law cannot be served on them. It is
therefore ordered that publication be made for
fonr successive weeks in the M okkistowk Ga
zette, a newspaper published at Morristown.
Tennessee, notifying the said Thomas M. Myers,
O. a. Myers, at. i'. Myers, James 8. Myers, Mich-
ael b, J. Myers, harali C. Myers. Joseph Mvera.
Thomas Myers aud Catherine p, Myers, o sppear j
uviurc mo lunuij vuuri u!DD.tn county, ien
nessee, the Court house in Uonietawn on the
First Monday in March
next to make defense to said bill, cr the same will
be taken as confessed and set far hearina exrrta
mwiuwi. xuis asuuary ef 43011
J. L. HOWELL,
(Graduate Louisville Medical University),
Physician and Surgeon.
Office over W. T, Carrigex's Drug Store,
TT6 ESPECFULLY SOLICITS A
porUon of the patronaae of the eitlaena f
Morristown and vicinity. Pramnt attention at all
times. janai 80 lv
FFICE ONE DOOR WEST OF
P. W. 0. DtJs' Jearelry stop. ramaiWy.
- STJr.I?T03ST &d CO.,
(Successors to Sutton k Mather.))
PAY CASH FOE
Bacon, Pork, Lard, Live Hogs, Corn,
OaSs, Meal, Butter, Eggs, Poultry
and all kinds of Country Product.
Grain iSaclcH Toi Sale Low.
sag 30 "70 6m.
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E.&H.T. Antteny Co.
01 Broadvay, K.w York.
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Executed in a rtistic style, cheap, at the Gazette OJfic
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ara II alv'tr Ur avarytUai ta
tha way nf
Eacb at la being Us brat uf um taaaa U Ua
Baiutiful Phtvfn.i 1 raurnciaa ( f tUAm
Bary au4 t ngravin-a for ) ami..,
C lia. aiaaufaa-lnrvrs Tra4 rfamsa
for M.ualaraa aud O oai Oiaaa I'karaa.
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