THE MORRIS TOWN GAZETTE, JUNE 1 6, 1 88 0.
v e r t i s e m e n t s
UNRIVALLED SELECTION OF LAWNS AND PIQUES
Choicest Line of DRESS GOODS in tVool and Linen,
and Silk and Linen similar to Grenadine, and much more
stripe, and PLAIN.
largest assortment of Silk Trimmings ever brought to this mar
ket, together with the finest Buttons to match in IVORY, Plain
unci Ornamental Pearl, from 10c to 1.25 per dozen.
1BL tickings, BZid gloves,
Lace Crlovcs7 Lace Strip c?
unci HI I c Qan t French.
Heel Slippers and
Kid Button Shoes,
Swiss iJtlinH, Fancy veiling-s, IVapltins,
Table Goods, Collars, On ills, &c.
SOLE AGENTS for the justly celebrated PEARL
SHIRTS, and have an elegant line of Mens' fine Straw
Hats and Penang Shirts.
GR, O CERIE S in constantly replenished stock and .of great
e9t variety, and the best Ijne of (Jigars and lobacco to be found anywhere
of which we. only asia trial to prove.
CEF.1EHT, SALT, IRON, STEEL, NAILS, LOCKS, HINGES, &C.
liroe Table E. T.. V. & G. K.R.
' ABklTES. . PAKT.
Train No. 1 West. 9:25 a m 9:25 a m.
Freight Train No. West,
" " "7 West.
. .. g
" 17 East,
2:11am 2:13 am.
12:46 a m 12:48 a m.
4:20 p m 4:28 p m.
11:18 p m 11:21 p m
3:35 a m 3:40 a m.
11:12 a m 11:22 a m
4:08 p m 4:30 p m.
T. F. LEACH, Aoent.
c, c. a. & c. is. it.
Daily Freight and Passenger Trains Sundays
Arrive at Morrlstowo 6:35 p. m. Depart 10:15 a. m.
Arrive at Wolf Creek, 1:30. p. va. Depart 3:00 p.m.
Time-Table Rogers-vine & .Jef
Trains leave Rogersville daily (Sunday excepted)
at 7 a m., arriving at Rogers vine J n net inn in tiro
to connect with the morning mixed train going
west on the t. x., v. K G . Koad. Keturmng-
leave Rogersville Junction at 1 p. m.,and arrive at
Rogersville at 3 p.m.
The 'Morristown Gazette.
For Trustee and Tax Collector.
We are authorized and requested to announce
JAMES E. THOMPSON
candidate for the office of Trustee and Tax
Collector of Hamblen county at the ensuing Au
gust election . April 21 tde
Oliver's Chilled Plows
Sunny JSontli Cliilled Plows
jan 28, '80 ly (sub. 4ch.)
UinS iui'IlS lirllllJJII
The mcstVaried & Elegant Stock we have ever Shown,
Hosiery, (2 loves,
Novelties in Laces, Ties,
FULL LINE OP
and Fancy Goods of all Descriptions.
White Goods, Handkerchiefs and Embroideries,
Sheetings, Pillow Casings, Counterpanes, Towels, Napkins, and all House
keeping Goods, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Cornices and Cur
tain Good. Carpets made and laid.
Full Stock of Gent's and Boy's Shirts, Socks, Collars, Cravats,
etc., Children's Knit Suits in Cassimere and Linen 2
to 10 years.
" ANKER '
New Goods received every day.
71 Gny St reet ,
I.iiox:vJllc, 'l'on li.
jan 28, H0.
Orders by mail promptly attended to.
COWAN, McCLUNG & GO,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
We are authorized and requested to announce
the name of
as a candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff
of Hamblen county, at the ensuing August elec
tion, may 19 te
We are authorized and requested to announce
the name of
G. H. BOYD
as a candidate for Sheriff of Hamblen county at
the ensuing August election.
HAWKINS COUNTY DEPARTMENT
L. L. POATS, Editor.
Wheat harvest in Hawkins coun
ty is on hand this week. After all
ttic talk about met 'he crop is a fair
one perhaps heavier than last year.
The commencement exercises are
in progress at'Rogersville Female
College this week. We learn that
President Wilson will remain at the
head of the College fos another year,
and will of course work with the
same energy he has displayed during
toe past five years. We shall have
something more to say about the in
The session for 1879-80 at MeMion
Academy, in Rogersville, came to a
close last week with a public exam
ination and an exhibition on Tliurs
day night. Ibis school has been
very prosperous during the entire
term. Ninety boys and young men
were enrolled during the session.
Everybody seems satisfied with the
banner in which the Academy has
been conducted and the progress
made iu Icarniii by the studeut.
The next session will in ail proba
bility be much :::ute largely attend
ed than the one vUiich has just closed.
TT5 a s rm L1
HATS A BID HARDWARE.
Would respectfully announce that their assortment of Goods
for the Spring Trade is now complete. They have all their
Departments tilled with "
FRESH, SEASONABLE GOODS,
which they offer to Merchants only,
AT EASTERN PRICES.
AH Orders Pompily and Carefully Filled.
F.OOERS. W. C. PERRY.
ROGERS fc. PERRY,
.Sour M&hs Lincoln County Whiskey, Copper Dis
tilled Corn, Rye and Bourbon Whiskies.
APPLE BRANDY A SPECIALTY.
Cash CtiitCine? ntfecUiU .
" fififk Sales and Small i'rofits.
Thankful to our friends for thrfr liberal patronage hope
they will con tinue with us. .
GA-Y ST'AEET. . - - KNOXVILLE, TENN.
Ordert Solicit d and Salkfaction Guaranteed.
FFICE ON E DOOR WEST OF
D. W. O. Davhr' Jewelry ahop. jaalJTS-ly
(Graduate Louisville Medical CnivwaJtJ v
Physician and Surgeon,
Office over W. P. Carrifc-er'a Drug Store, r
WJI ES PEC FULLY SOLICITS A
Vorristown and vicinity,
DEMOCRATIC STATE VOX YES
The State Democratic Convention met
at Nashville in the hall of the Houes ( f
KepreseDtatives, at 12 o'clock, oi,,Tues
day, June 8th, to select delegates to the
Cincinnatli Convention and Presidential
electors. On motion, Ilon.Z. T. Ewins,
f Giles county, was called to the chair.
Committees on Credentials, Basis of
Representation, Resolutions and Perma
nent OrfeQlzatln were appointed.
Mr. Talliaferr6, from the Committeo
on Permanent Organization, reported
the names of ii. A. Euloe, of, Madison
county, and C. L. Ridley, of Davidson
county, for Permanent Chairman and
The committee on Basis of Represen
tation recommended the adoption of the
Democratic yote for Presidential elec
tors in 1876, giving to each county odb
vote for each 100 Democratic votes and
one for each fraction of 100 votes of 50
The committee on Credentials repoit
ed a majority and minority report in ref
ereDce t the contested delegation from
Wilson county. The discussion of the
merits f the contestants between Messrs.
Golliday and San Jers of Wilson county
elicited a warmth of feeling between
the friends of the two delegations tha
culminated in great interruption, noise
and confusion. At this juncture ex
Go v. Porter stepped up to Mr. Golliday
and said something to him, when the
latter sat down. Ex-Gov. Porter then
mounted the bench and was received
with the wildest enthusiasm, the con
tinued waving of hats and cheer after
cheer. This cantinued for nearly ten
minutes before Ex-Gov. Porter could
speak. He said: Mr. Chairman and
gentlemen of the convention: I did not
rise to respond to such a demonstration
as this. I merely iose to a point of or
der. At mj suggestion to Mr. Golliday
he was induced to take his scat I hope
the convention will proceed to its legit
imate business harmoniously: that vic
tory may be achieved for the Democrat
ic party. Immense applause. The
country, expects it of us. Loud ap
plause. The report of the minority committee,
seating each f the tw delegations was
Mr. Ingersoll, from the committe on
Resolutions, made the following report,
which was unanimously.adopted:
1. Having implicit confidence in the
sagacity, patriotism and fidelity of the
delegates to be chosen by this conves
tio to represent our State in the Nation
al Democratic Convention at Cincinnati,
we recommend that they go unin
structed. 2. Believing it wise and prudent that
the two-thirds rule in the nomination of
candidates for President and Vice-President,
sanctioned by usage and proven
by experience, should be continued in
force, we hereby request our delegates,
in response to the suggestion of the last
National Convention, to vote for its con
tinuance. 3. Regarding with shame and indigna
tion the tricks, briberies, forgeries and
perjuries by which the voice of the pe
ple, expressed in 1876 by a majority of a
quarter of a million of votes fairly cast
and foully uncounted, was stifled and
counterfeited, and the citizens elocted
to the high offices of President and Vice
President disgracefully defrauded, and
the defeated candidates inaugurated,
and by a base sophism, fraud, success
ful in a State, was decreed to be sacred
and unimpeachable in the Federal tri
bunal, the Democracy of Tennessee de
clare tbjjt by this shameless dishonesty
and impudept pojitipal lupglery in a
great crisis of National ail airs the Re
publican party has forfeited all claim
to public ponfideuce and demonstrated
its utter unSinesa to continue the ad?
ministration ef a government tt the peo
pje fey the jreopte and for the people.
E. T. Talliaferro, f Giles, moved to
proceed to the nomination of delegates
to the Cincinnati convention from the
Col. J. M. Fleming, of Knoi, nomi
nated Thoma O'Conner. of Knox
E. T. Talliaferro, of Giles, nominated
John W. Childress, of Rutherford.
J. T. Hughes, of Maury, nominated
Ex-Gisv. James D. Porter, of Henry.
Hon. Caey Ywung, of Shelby, nomi
nated W. H. Carroll, of Shelby.
V. P. Tolley, of Moore, nominated
Gen. Wo, M. Quarles, of Montgomery.
vv . 1J. Jones, or ltutherford, nominat
ed Col. Wm. R. Butler, of Rutherford.
The vote was taken with the follow
O'Conner, 976; Childress, 1,111; Por
ter, 1.116: Carroll. 951; Quarles, 602;
Messrs. O Conner, Porter, Childress
and Carroll were declared elected. The
election was made unanimous.
Messrs. W. A. Quarles. R. P. Neelv.
Clift and Hemphill were elected alter
Holmes Cummins offered the follow
ing, which was adopted :
Kesolved, that this convention recom
mends to the conventions of the several
Congressional districts in the State the
propriety of appointing one or more as
sistant Electors in each distrct. and
that the county conventions appoint an
assistant Elector for each county in the
At the night session, the following
nominations were made for Presidential
electors for the State at large:
vv . ij. JLogerwood. of Knox, nominat
ed CoL John M. Fleming, of Knox.
Judge R. J. Morgan, of Shelby, nom-
nated John L. T. Sneed. of Mielbv.
John W. Judd. of Robertson. present
ed the name of S. F. Wilson, of Sum
James McFerrin, of Davidson, second
ed the nomination .of Mr. Wilson.
Gen. A. W. Campbell, of Madison.
nominated A. B. Martin, of Wilson.
nd the nomination was seconded bv
Hon. E. I. Golliday.
Senator L. M. Beckerdite, f Carroll.
and L. D. Card well, f Weakley, sec
onded the nomination of Mr. Wilson.
Hon. S. F. Wilson withdrew his
Gen.. John E. Garner, of Robertson,
and Hon. W. P. Tolley, of Moore, pro
tested earnestly against the withdrawal
of Mr. Wilson's name.
W. S. Dickson, of Hamblen, nomi
nated James White, of Hawkins.
A hailut was taken, and. after many
chiine?, the result was announced as
V'iloon rf)S SiMtpri 70.'? Flpminir 008
' - - 1 - " - '
I tic announcement was received with
frrent enthusiasm. Loud calls having
bci.i made for Col. Fleming, he stepped
fui vui .1 and made a brief speech, in
wl.irh he expressed his appreciation of
the lii'jli mark of confidence and ctecm
wlneh had been bestowed upon him.
Judge It. II. Morgan, of Shelby, hav
ing Ue'U caliei upon, addressed the
convention. In the oourae of iiis speecu
h" mentioned the names of Tilden, Bay
ard, Thurman, Field, Hancock, Ran
dall and Seymour. At the mention of
each name it was received with ap
plause, but Thurman's name was follow
ed with thunders of applause and coqr
tinued cheering. Hats were thrown up
and quite an enthusiastic scene ensued.
Gen. A. W. Campbell, of Madison,
next entertained the convention with a
Hon. S, F, Wilsop, pf SumRer, was
loudly called for and responded in a
speech that was frequently applauded'.
He expressed great satisfaction at what
the convention had accomplished dur
ing its session.
Senator R. K. Byrd, of Roane, follow
ed in a few remarks which elicited con
siderable laughter and applause.
The Chairman then announced that
the business for which the convention
had assembled had been completed;
and, after returning thanks for the con
sjderatiop wjth which he had been
treated while in the chidr, declared the
convention adoumed tine die.
It has become so common to write the
beginning of an elegant, interesting arti
cle And then run it into some advertise
ment that we avoid all such cheats and
simply call attention to the merits of
Hop Bitters in as plain honest terms as
possible, to induce people to give tnem
one trial, as no one who knows their
; value will ever use anything else.
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: s'rpi:c3:l'Jt.. yt Tab
I-. 0;r.?nent. j r.i
ii cure vixj.
(Branch Office at Morristown, Tenn.
Home umce and Factory Truman.
- burg, New York.)
Manufacturer, and Dealers io
iV e w A dv e r
i c m c n t s.
J. T. AMBROSE & SON,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
MAXCFACTrilERa AND ttf.ALFRS IN
A Loosing Joke.
A prominent physician of Pittsburgh
said jokingly to a lady patient who was
complaining of her continued ill liealtn,
and of. his inability to cure her, "try
Hop Bitters! The lady took it in earn
est and used the Bitters, from which she
obtained permanent health. She now
laughs at the doctor for his joke, but he
is not so well pleased with it, as it cost
him a good patient.
We direct special attention to our
i.. . rci-h-.v;:
;-'iM ; t J 1
! irht elastic s'.eo t
The Lamar House.
The undersigned having re-leased the
above popular Hotel, begs leave to ia
form his friends and patrons, and es
pecially the traveling public, that he is
now prepared to accommodate his guestf
in the best and most approved style.
The House will be fully renovated and
the table will always be supplied witt
all the delicacies of the scaaon. In fact
it will be his endeavor to ma'ie the La
mar House second to no Hotel In the
South. Polite waiters and tue best at
tendance will be secured the guests.
Passengers will be onveyed to and
from the depots fee charge.
Sept. 5, If
Morristown Produce Market
Morristown, June 15, ISbO.
BUTTER 15 20
Lynchburg Produce Market.
CAREFULLY CORRECTED BY
141 Main St., Lynchburg, Va.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Liquor Dealers and Commission
Dealers in Fertilizers and Manufactured Tobacco.
Lynchburg, Va., June 7, 1880.
Apples, green, bbl 3.00(34.50
dried, W lb 6 ai 6
Bacon Hog round H 9
nam8, Ijl ID 10 ($ 11
" sides, " 9
" shoulders, " 7M o 8
Beef fore quarters oa
' hind quarters, (i.
Butter, very good 13 (4 14
com. and old, 8 ( 10
Beeswax, lb 18 20
Berries, black W lb 5 ( 6
Beans white 75 ( 90
" mixed 50 il 60
Buckwheat Flour 1 (a; 1
Cabbage, per head 3 (a; 5
Corn, white, per bushel 58 59
yellow s mixed 55 (4
Corn Meal 62 65
Chickens, dressed per tb &
" live, apiece 15 22vr
Eggs, per doz lti-ji 17
Flour, flue 5.25 a 5.50
" superfine (i.oo a 6.V5
" extra..... 0.50 a6..
" family . 7.o0a7.-25
Feathers, live goose, 45 a 48
Feathers, mixed ;)" a 40
Flax Seed, per bushel 1.15al.'25
Ginseng root, dried 85 al 00
Lard, Virginia 9 a 10
Leather, sole good 24 a 26
" upper 30 a 35
" harness 30 a 35
Oats,. Spring per bushel
" winter "
Onions " ' -
Potatoes, Irish " "
Peaches, dried, peeled
Peaches, " unpeeled ,
" salted per lb
Rye, per bushel
Seeds, Clover, Va per bushul....
" Clover, Penn
Timothy 44 44
" Orchard Grass
Tallow, y lb j
Turkeys, dressed, per lb .
Vinegar, pure cider
Whaut, red-per bushel
4 white " 44 :
Wool washed, per lb
44 unwashed, 44 &
Tobacco Food Fertiliser
Butter is very dull, and would not advise ship
ments to our market at present, aa it cannot be
sold at any fair price.
Corn acid Corn Meal scarce, and bring good pri
ces. The market is very bara of Eggs, and to-day we
could g$ outside figures.
Wool is again advancing and we would advise
I hipmept at once, .
i lv . ji:mat!:-m, Lame
: h ;ve had ail the
ti ;-s; royed by these
ca:i aui enjoy the
an 1 experience permanent relief, by
usirg Cuussens' L'ghtnirsg Lini-nv-ur,
the c )y imlailinjf remedy
for Rheiraatism, Litne Jlick, Neu
ralgia, Sprain, Bruises, etc. Trie
to cms. Frr .-::)' e hv all druffcists.
State of Tennessee,
Y VIRTUE OF THE POWER
and authority in me vested as Marshal and
Tax Collector ior the corporation of Momntown,
I hereby give notice tbat fie taxte assessed by the
corporation upon the following described real es
tate for the respective years as stated, within the
corporate limits of said toin, remains due and un
paid, togeth. r with the penalty and costs, and the
owuers thereof having no perHonal property known
to me upon which to de.strain to compel the pay
ment thereof. I shah" on
The 1st Monday of July. 1880.
being the 5th day of said mouth, at the door of thfc
Com t House in Morristown, Tennt'SHep, offer and.
sell to the highest bidder, t r cash, the leant part
of each of said I?ts aud i;.rU of lotx and real es
tate as Fliall be sulhcient to j.ay Kaid taxes, penal
ties aud coetK, commencing ut Via beginning corn
er, as provided by law, unless said taxes, penalties
and costs are paid on or before tiiat day, viz :
S C Brown and 3 M Brown 1 town lot on Main
street, bounded by B F Mitchell's lot on the west,
on the south by the E ., Va Ga railroad, eit
uated botweeu'.Mam islieet ami fcaio iialroad; val
ued at $500. Taxes ior 1875 $4, constable's fee
50 cents, printer's fee fl. Total J550.
GU lij.vd 1 town iuc bituated noith of Main
street, at the intersection of 2ad North aud Henry
streets; valued at $MoO. Taxes uvsesed ior 1874-5,
and prior years, $10 22, constable's lee 50 cents,
printer's fee $1 . Total $11 V.
' Geoj-ge W ijaruf.i 3 town int. lot esi of
the court-house, bctweeu 1st and 2nd Nortj streets,
adjoin- the lloUBsot Ilk; 2nd iot on the Fuuth side
of Main street, adjoins the M It Murreil lot on tne
west, and the lot of Husell l.igxH on the east; 3rd
lot on Cumberland street, south of Main street,
adjoins the lot of Van Huss & Bro., and bounded
bv the F. T ., Va f t; railroadj atueseq at $2,0fi.
I'axeu abt;uHe( for $7$'-4 ii 25, coustatjie's fee 50
cents, printer's fee $1. 1'otnf $7 Tij.
hiiuie lot, valued at i'4'H)0, taxes astned f.ir 1S76
-7, $n; couutablu's iW 60 ceutn; printer's fee $1; to
tal, $9 50, '
Same lot, valued at $2J0 , taxes assessed for 1877
-8, $5; constable's fee. 5J cents; printer's tee, $1;
total, $t 50.
Mra Mary A Carson.. J twn I t siaae4 ou 3d
Soufh Blrt-iit, wi ii c; CuiiiUeiiaiiii street, aud east
of M'U street, adjoining and b luuded by the lots
of Samuel HufTuiaster, valutsd at $550; taxes asses
sed for 1875-41, $4 4o; cousUble's f e 50 cents; pr.n
ter's fee $1; total $5 9n.
Same lot, valued at $500, taxoi assessed for
1876-7, $2; coiisiable's fee 50 cents: printer's te $1:
total $3 5i).
Bnnie lot, valued at $5Wj, ae sei,o,4 for 1877
8, $1 :2fi; eii'mitiibie's fee 50 cents; printor's fee, fl;
tutal, 2 75.
Joxoph Cooter, 1 town lot ou south side of Maiu
street, iu Kh atowu, adjoiuing and bounded ou
the west by Dr J Jt Robertson, ou the eat by Mary
Liooley; lot valued at $200. Taxes assessed on said
lot for the yeiirs 1874, 75, '76 aud '71, $7 40- ecu
stabl' 's fee. 6" eeiitt;; "riii.t.r'i ft, (1. totl'$ti 'M.
W U Ciot'io, 1 town Jot situated on Henry street,
south of Main street, adjoins the lot of N Gourle v
ou the east, the lot ot Mrs Mary Cocke ou the
north; valued at $1'50; balance of tixes unpaid,
1875-6, 80 cents; constable's fee, 50 cents; printer's
fee, $1. Total $2 30.
Haiue lot, valued at $700, taxes assessed for i9"-
7, $2 8 ; constable's fee, 50 crut' prinfer s fee, $1 .
Total $4 at). '
Same lot, vahie-l'at $700, tax.-s assessed f'.r 1877-
8, $1 75; coustubie's fee, ,0 cents; X'''inter's fee Jl.
Total $3 25.
Robert Alien's heirs. 1 town lot situate ! on the
south siie ot Main Btreet, bounded. .i the cst by
Mill street; valued at $100; taxes for 1S75-6, 80
ceuts; constable s fee, 50 ceuts; printer': fee, $1.
Total $2 30.
Same lot, valued at $150, taxes assessed for 1876
7, ft) centa; constable's fee, 50 cents; pri iter's fee,
$1. lotal $2 10
Same lot, valued at $150, taxes for 1877-8, 374;
constable's fee, 50 cents; printer's fee fl. Total
Samuel Huuinaster, fl tuu lots, do-ienbed as
follows: 1st lot ou the south side of the E T , Va
Ga railroad, between the 1ms of A A Hutton and
George W Koe; 2ud lot ou llenry street; 8rd lot on
Cumberland s.reet, cast of the C, O G Jit C rail
road, adjoins the lot of O C King; 4th lot between
2nd and 3rd North street, cdjoju the lot of G ii
SjhicW on the ast aul Harvey I.-Hip on the east:
5th lot on North street, bounded by the lots of J
Neal and H Williams; 6th lot on Mill street and 3rd
South street, li front of dwelling house oT Baid
Huffmaster;. valued at $160. Taxes assessed f r
1875-6, $15 12; constable's fee, 50 cents; printer's
fee, $1. Total $14 1
George W V'CUtliuUau, 3 town lots, situated in
Rheatown, on Main street, ou the south sida of said
street, bounded by John Brooks's lot outheeart,
and by Mary liooiey's lot on the west. The two lots
adjoin each other. Valued at $6iK); taxes assessed
for 1875-'!, $4 80; constable's tee, 50 cents; printer's
fee, $1; total, $6 30.
W. C . McClanahan, 1 town lot on the north side
Main street, Rheatown, between that and the E. T ,
Va and Ga. railroad, and adjoins the lot of i . W
Folsom on the east, and bv the coporation limits
on the west. Valued at $000; taxes assessed for
1875-6, $4 80; constable's fee, 50 cents; printer's
see, $1; total, $6 30.
Mrs. Mary Noe, on the north side of Main street
sl.i :ining the hotel lot formerly owned by J. F
Noe. west of Henry street and between 1st North
and Main street. Valued at $400; tuxes a 'ess d
for 1875-6. $3 20; constable's fee, 5.) cats; printer's,
fee. fl; total, it 70.
Miles Osborne, 1 town lot wist Ol Cumberland
street, eist of the Turkey Creek, adjoining liie
lots of Sandy Gillespie ou the South aud b the
lots of M Carriger on the north . Valued at $100;
ta-t ? assessed for 1875-6. $1 80; constable's foe 50
cents; printer's fee $1; total, 3 30.
Sanie lot, ta xes asst-ssed tor 1874-7, $t 20; con-
tablti's f-o, 50 cents, printer's fee, $!-, total, $2 7o
came lot, taxes assessed lor 1877-s. $1 12 V,; coii-
table's fee, 50 cents; printer's fee, $1; total, f i 62.
JAS. T. MOKICIH,
Tiis Collector for tho Corporation of
June It), 1B80. 3". Morristown, Tenu.
1X J M IOOl) :
SH0W LOST, E0 RESTORED
1.00 a 1.15
42 a 4)
1.10 a 1.25
40 a 50
,6 a 6
.70 a 75
. 0.00 a 0.00
. 0.00 a 0.00
. 0 00 a 0.00
. 0.00 a 0.00
. 25 a 3
.6 a 7
! 1 a 17
. 1.20 a 1.30 !
. 1.20 a 1.35 I
, 40 a 45 )
.33 a 5
Just published, a new edition of J)r. Culver
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(without medicine) oi Sfkiimatoi'.rhoia or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, mpotkn
cy, Mental and Physical Ineapacy, Impediments
to Marriage, etc.; also. Consumption, Epilepsy
aud Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sexual ex
The celebrated author, in this admirable Essay,
clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years' success
ful piactice, tbat the alarming consequence of self
abuse may be radically cured without the danger
ous use of internal medicine or the application of
the knife; pointing out a mode of cure at once
simple, certain, and effectual, by means of which
every sufferer, no matter what his condition limy
be, may cure himself cheaply, privately, and badi
cali.y t1 This Lecture should be in the hands of every
youth and every man in the laud.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad
(ltvsH.on receipt of six cents or two postage stamps.
Address the publishers,
THE CULVER WELL MEDICAL CO.,
41 Ann St., New York ; P. O. Box 4586.
Jan 18, 79 lj
If you are a man of business, weakened by the strain of
fyour duties, avoid stimulants and as Pf
If yoO are a man of letters, tolling- over yonr midnight
work to restore brain nerve and waste, use
Whoever yo are, wHsrevep yon are, whenever you teel
LLmt vonr svstam needs cleanpiDtr tonini? or mm
stimulating, without inUtritating, take f I
Eav yon rf iwprpsi, kidney or urinary complaint, di-
i oa will tw eurea ir yoa use
IX yoa are yoang and sufferuif from any indtorretiom
or disHipatiou ; if you axe nmrried or single, old or
young, suueruur irom poor netuui or languisn- nm
inp on a oeti o sienes re,y on
If yoarestmplywakandlowspir!ted,tryitl Buylt.
' Insist upon it. YourdruiK-t,'ikeeiiU
X r y save y r life. It ha aaveA kadidc
n. nli r ithiivWl.iaiatu mi. juicouora.
Meadow King Mower,
me simplest, strongest, and mo t dnrmblt. xr.o.
iu se, uu ior ease or liratt I nequaled . No SIDE
uD.a.1 1- nor weignt ou horses' necks. It. takes
precedence wherever known and used IT HAS
NO EQUAL. Forty Thousand of them
a few years. More Meadow King Mowers are in
use iu East Tennessee than all others combined
Is fully warranted in every particular . '
The Meadow King Horse Iiake,
jutuuiyuasemat can alwava li liir.,.,.,l :.i.
ease by hand. It never biuds". The teeth nre ar
ranged to tit all the uueveu surfaces of the ground
1 he manner of cleaning the teeth is new aud uu-
euuaieu. JUlaet. this Itake is verv nin,,,i
durable, doiug its work with ease and in a perfect
manner. No better Hand Dump Rake ever made.
The Gregg Self-Dumping Wheel
can De operated by the foot alone. Th ,is,
me norse ao me uumnin : can be nuo.l e;i v.-
any Boy or Girl who can drive a horse. Kirst-cUwi
in every particular M'r i:,-, ,!urabie, best . f m
terisl, well finished, "l:i 'i: H'UHLY TFSTK1)
iDoiivrmu.i: n u i oe liie most com
plete Horse Dump Rake iu tuts l..arket.
The Osborne riow Sulky,
ine perrectiou or Plowing Machines, adapted to al
..lulls 01 riuws, ua every couaition ot sou, making
it easier for the team, easier for the driver, and
doing more and better work than can be done by
hand. Give it a trial .
Gregg Chilled Tlow,
A great variety of styles ; strong, well finished
durable, and adapted to all kinds of soil. The
chea-iest Plow in the market, and equal to any.
Call and examine the st'xk.
The King of the Lawn Mower,
A First-class Lawn Mower in construction aud op
eration, very light running, ami remarkable for
its simplicity Warranted to be equal in every re
spect to any other Lwu Mower made, and much
shoaper iu price
For any of the above implements, or for inform
ation iu regard to them, call at, or address the
Branch Olliee of
gii:gg & co ,
S. W. McCrary,
Is now Receiving and has in store a large St.x;k r
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots ami Shoes, Piece Gonjs; j--
Caps, Hardware, Queensware,
CJGAIIS Hiul TOIJACCO of all
grades, r.tc,, Ktc
And proposes to sell at bottom price. ChI! snd
see for yourself before buying else here. dec37uly
Produce taken iu exchange. .
Sash, Blinds, Doors, Scroll Work, Mouldings, &c
McG II EE STREET. KNOXVILLE. TENNESSEE.
Order Solicited and Satisfaction Gu&ranice.l. PAYNE'S
nuub uriv raaie to order on reasonable leims. Al!
carefully and shipped to any point desired.
mm HcCHEE ST., CRAIG t FOEGESjN'S CU STAND.
J. C. MATIIES.
. RiATHES &-NOE,
Produce and Commission Merclinnts,
(SUCCESSORS TO J. II. TATl" t CO.,)
MORRIS T O W IV , T 1 '
t m 3 M
Ssi I s' 0
Saddles and Bridles,
BOOTS and SHOES.
7K HAVE RK-PURCHASEI)
the Tan Yard property in Morristown,
formerly owned by McFsrland, ilidwell k Co., and
shall continue the 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 s.itii-faction.
We keeji ou hand, an for sal. or exchange for
Hides, SOLE, UPPER AND UARNKKS LEATHER.
Psy cash for 411 the Hides brought to us, or if de
sired will have Hides lautied on shares.
We manufacture and sel a lowest prices, SAD
DLES, BRIDLES, collars and harness of
every description and of superior workmanship.
ler We also manufacture and sell ROOTS AND
FHOF.8 equal to any made in the country.
We use Bark only, for tanning, aud have no
patent pr ocess.
We respectfully solicit a rbare of -the public
W. McFarland & Son.
August 1, 187'J au2(tf
J". EE. McEae,
Boosa .Center 1 M
WILL FURNISH MATERIAL
and execute work on the most reasonable
terms, either in town or country. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Plans and specifications furnished
when desired. feb25 MO ly
Dr. F. A. Shotwell,
SURBEOH 5SS DENTIST,
rfjMIANKFUL FOR PAST LIB-
m FRAL PATRONAGE, continuea to offer bis
professional services to the public. He always
uses the best material, and will take pleasure io
giving entire satisfaction.
TERMS : Cash or ita equivalent.
N. B. He has furnished himself with a Nitrous
Oxide Gaa Apparatus for administering an inno
cent ampsthetie, rendering the extraction ot teeth
PAINLESS, the benefit of which thow mv bav
who desiro it. sent 47, '.6 tf
Tl. I & U LtoW.bS. r. f AnJZ, " ' business they have been engaged in
trik i Him.irwook. fee 'J thoaa who mean busine. need apply.
A LIMITED NI7M
ber of active, f nergetlo
canvassers to engage in
pleasant and prtrtitd-
ble business Good men will fiud tbii a rara
TO 3IAKE JIONITY.
Such will please answer this advertisement by
letter, enclosing stamp for reply, stating what
none i ui
I FIN LEY, HARVEY CO., Atbrota, Ga.
ept 10 t-iy
Sroeeries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Piece Goods,
At the Highest .Market Price.
IIER- EGGS A"D POULTRY a Specialty.
( IWftrt in
WHEELER & WILSON,
can .ni z rxT
'The Acu'wurlrdaed Vaudar I of Ejrceimce,
Hi, ii 'P "I n i . . y ft
n i J
5"! a 't VJ
7. rr T-
TI-IK ISTJiAV ITO. 8.
I he is a priority of (Jus Mhin" r7 fe Ihmo .-'nit?! f the Sittitfirfion ff
any ime ilexiriinj to 'ur h
WlieeJer & Wilson MannftclnriDj Cu., 120 Ctnrcli St., Tena.
hi. Til. Hurrcll. Distribt'g Ag't, Morristown, Tenn.
dec 10 7'J r-n
soli on i.ihi:i:.l Ti:ims.
Corner Cnynnd I.'tnertoir Ftrfft,
Keep Constantly on Hand the Largest Stork of
STAPLE ASMD FANCY
o) o re w
1VE CARKV A FULL STOCK OF
Grain Bags and all kinds of Field Seeds
TOBACCO AWD CIGARS.
ue snr.r. to r..i'r o.v,ia
Nov 5 79ly "
V. P KOWE
K. S. MAI.ON E Y.
D. P. HOfWE & CO.,
Wholoa' an4 R-tail Muuf. tnrrr. and Dealer, la
Sta, Tiswars a&i flm Brifci? Gk!i,
AMlJiieofMiMTiB, Farnisz Teals. Ircn, Hails, k.
W. rail ipwltl attrotu a.to tba
6 JFai'iii er' 9
Improved COOK STOVE.
EVERT ST0 YE Ol'ARAXTEED.
IX" A Full Ltoe of Cook Sto? of
ROOFIIIG AfiD GUTTERIIIO
promptly atn.lt l- aud .at Ufartioa ftiaral4
Special Indiuvnunt.H to Merchants.
St., 3iouitisrroA rs teiv.
Oct -U 7'J ly
Ejpculed in artintic style, heep, at the Gazdlc Oflce
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