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1 litt 31 U K Kl TU VV JN IrAZJiiTT Jfj s FiliKU AK I .T, 1 S 1.. Ths Morristown Gazette. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23, 18S1. - altered tt the Pot Office at MorristOrTn, Tenn. as second class matter. TERMS OF THE GAZETTE. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year (52 issues) $2 sit months, $1; Ar months, 60 writs. Jt4 rS OF AD VERTISJNO.One inch first inerthn,$; eacTi subsequent inser titm, 50 cents; disglayed advertisements icill charged according to the space occu pied at fibcue rates. TO REGULAR ADVERTISERS we of fer superior inducements, both as to rate fif charges and mmner of displaying tlieif favor. NOTICES IX LOCAL COLUMNS-10 cents per U.ie for first insertion and 8 cenU per liiie for each additional insertion. 6 BIT U ART NOTICES, Tributes of Re spect and Girds of Thanks cluirg'-d for as regulsir advertisements. ALL BILLS for advertising are due icln contracted and payable on demand. COMMUNICATIONS must be accorr pan ted by the true name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. eij j. an iiijniii HIS LAST DEAL. A Pacific Coast Gambler's Story of Ilia Final Game. "I aerer dealt again. I've dealt the game for twenty years, but I've qrrit nerw . I made nothing nor los t an y thing, and, but for a sight I once saw, I should probably be a gambler still. Hereby Jiangs a tale. Lo- me tell it : " Some three years ago I ran a high toned game at a certain place you prcba ' My know, for it strikes me I saw you there. It was a Bquare game, as I will leaye cny one to say a thriving game for I dealt for half the bloods in town, and often had as many as live lay outs at a time, with too much business on hand to even get time to rest. One evening a young chap strolled in, with a sort of curious stare on his face, and I concluded right there that he was green. He was fair-headed, and had a pair of blue eyes and clean-cut features an innocent-looking young fellow, if ever I saw one. He only required a glance to convince you that he was a stranger in the gambling-room. He soon was at home, though, for I saw in his blue eyes the love of play, and, after that evening, he was a constant visitor. He played his pile right up, and never growled if his luck was hard ; and, on every sec ond card, he'd stack the limits up in blue. Take it altogether, his luck was hard sometimes the hardest, I think, I ever saw. I've known him to lose, at a single deal, seven double shots. "Business for me, of course, but somehow it almost seemed too bad. I couldn't say a word, though, and yet I liked the boy. He hat! lots of the filthy. I think, from the day he began, he must have dropped a cool $100,000 on the game, and he never growled. " We both quit gambling the same night he, poor lad, for sufficient rea sons, and I because I loathed the game. It was in this wise : "His coin gave out in a deal or two, and he put up a diamond ring, just to see his ill-luck out, you know. The chips soon went. He had a pin, a flam ing stone in massive metal. He passec that in without a word, and drew $50 in fjold. So help me God ! I wished him uck as heartily as any player there ; but no, his last stake went my way on a los ing ace. He drew $300 more, I think, on hid watch and chain, and tried his line beta again, but his luck was gone. My God J I'll neTer forget the pale, haggard look that crossed Us face, but he was game. He never uttered a word, and kept hia chair like a pillar cf stone. For a moment he seemed dazed at lu3 reverses, but suddenly his eye caught the thin, worn circlet "of lull gold on his little finger. He looked at it a little while, and a dark wavo of hot crimson blood passed over his face, for the cir clet seemed to cling even faster than the flashing gem he had passed in before. He at last stripped it off his finger ami handed it to me. It came reluctantly , this worn old ring. What can I have on this ? ' he asked. I don't know what its value is, but 1 il redeem it lirst of alL It might have cost $5 now, but it was worthless then. "Still I passed out a fifty stack in re turn, .just to let him try again. He planJted it aown in tne pot, ana v.u n low upon the table he laid Ids face ui his folded arms. Well, for a wonder. his luck changed, and he won thr times. He took no notice cf me. ok told mm wnen tne limit narreu, ami so we played two fifty on each card. Wo; ih you believe it? In the deal the p won out and never lost 1 And stili In lay with his face hid in his arms, 'flu deal was out, and I shook him up, bn not a muscle moved, and, raising hi face, I started back in hoirnr at tli classy expression oi ms eves, r tn; i was dead." Thb German physiologist, Leo B.dt rer. who lias been carrvin": on excava tions in the neighborhood of Nordhaus en. has discovered, at a depth of about six feet below the surface of the vall-.-y the entire ekeleton of an antediluvian rhinoceros. Tho height of tins boast can scarcely have been less than that ot the average African elephant. Knowledge lu Old Times. Some cf the e:irly nations attained knowledge of science and skill in ait which were lost in the subsequent ages. Tit " i "T"l 1 t J 1 enaeu iruunps lamous lecture on " The Lost Arts " ought to make us modest, and less inclined to boast of our own superiority. In a recent lecture before the Geo graphical Society, Judge Daly paid tribute to the knowledge of the old Babylonians. They were well acquaint ed Hith the heavens, catalogued the stars, and named the constellations. They traced the sun's course through the twelve signs of the zodiac, and di vided time into weeks, months and years. They speculated on the connection of the weather with the changes of the heavenly bodies, and thought the phases of the moon had a subtle influence. They noted the spots on the sun, and seemed to have possessed telescopes, as JLayard found a crystal lens among the ruins of Nineveh. It is interesting to know that they had a seventh day of rest, corresponding to our Sabbath, and enacted rigorous rules for keeping it. Exchange. rK.NNSYLVAMA has expended thus far nearly $1,500 in suppressing pleuro-pjieumoni-i, of which sum 2,36. v.t 4f mid f.ir killing 150 auimala iufeet- d virh the disease. Over 0,000 exam hiatieiii w.-re made, and the special u-,em is Faid to kve traveled nearly 11.-(:-.:'! wil'S in the p -rfominoce of Us call-in.-. 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We wiil start yen. 12 a day aud upwanls made at limine by the industrious, ilen, women, boya aud srirls wanted everywhere to work for us. Now is the time. You can devote your whole time to the work, or only your spare momenta. Ke other business will pay you nearly as well. No one hill ing to work can fail to make enormous pay by en gaging at once. Cotly Outfit and terms free. , A creat opportunity for making money eaaily and honorably. Address Tbvx k Co., Augusta, M. ! if il B 6J ' M. G.'il CUfNG. C. TOWELL. iy.'CLUNC;POWELL CO., : ( . Successors tt? Cowan, McCluu? k Co , as Importers and Wholesale Dealers in HARDWARE and OU'l'JLBRY, Q-A." -tt- 1 1 ; Kri O " VI 1 1 0. ; m-mm j JU' 7 83 tf v. l uogeus. ( w. c. ii:r.nr. . ROGERS. & PERRY, WHOLESALE iquor Sour Mash Lincoln County Whiskey, Copper Dis tilled Corn, Rye and Bourtcn Whiskies. APPLE BRANDY A SPECIALTY, Gash Customers not Hcjccted. Quirk Sates and Small Profits. Thankful to our friends for their liberal patronage Lope they-v."ill continue with us. GAY STREET, - - KNOXVILLE, TENN. Orders Solicited and Satist 'action Guaranteed. oct3791y. El OELSiOR C r " f ,ir . 'TsriTs- ,v ,a rr- iyT! r?- . - . -1 . -. . i JZ.''' t J Adju.-tuUe Dainjft, Ir'cn lmnp alk A-iK V-? "" -2 "'i' matic thelf, Bn.ii;iiK I'.Kjr, ii g lU-vAlt :-r- -ZTs-'Z jL-- riate, Swingius Flue-Mor., HfM-r.-ll - (if -tmf.'-' Hl-fZc- 'A Burning Lonjc ('run. l'icie. D. ut! il.or IVIanufacturod by ISAAC A.SHEPPARO & CO., Ba!tI:r:or, MU. AYT FOE BAtE BY D. P. HOWE &. CO., MorrUto Wla, Tl? BURR e TERRY, (raat or Eallroad Depot,) KHSTQSZVIXjX.E, - - - TEISTlSrESSEE, OFFERS TO SASHDOORS, BLINDS Hatched Flooring, Veiling1, Weather-Hoarding, Brackets, ATouUlings, Xeiceh, dc. , dc. HaviuR over 1,000,000 feet of Lumber in ntm-k, our facilitic are iiLPquali-d In Eat Teniie-e. Or dern solicited and ratiKfaotiou K"araiiteed. t Kend for Price I lt. Juna 3"7S-tf ALVIN BARTON Is adding every day to his large stovk of Black Cnshmeie, from 50c. to $1.S. per yard. Bro ende and Plain Dress (Joods and Hosiery, 15 d Blankets, from $2.50 to $20.00 ner pair, Ladies', (rents' and Children's Merino Underwear. Boys' Cassimcre Kilt Suits, 2 to 5 years of age. Boys' Suits, (Jackets and Pants) 4 to 10 years of age, all sorts of of Novelties in Fane- Goods, Best "Anker" Bolting Cloths, Nos. 3 to 14. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Corner (Jay and 1an28. '80. GEO. BROWN, KZlNr02C-V-IlL,ll,E, - - - TENNESSEE. General Agent for the Sale of Via mm south sii cub nom, Which ia fat superceding all other tvro aiid threo-licree Plows. The nest Flow in the World! HaWlie sole ageucy Tor the rala of the STIDKBAKEIl WAGONS - i-ri. a rvdut-rrf lr. j-i i..- .... cludiUK brake on box aud running Rear an 1 uprin neat. ' Hole aa'iila iu Kat Tenceswe fur toe !e r.i Hl'ssKLL CO 'H "NEW VI A SSI I LdX" Tli-:FxB. EKS, Il..rte Powers and tl rrvair f-ir the f..me Thi. r.rsv machlii of Kii'wira ban a t l.tr luil.i and cleaner atlachiiieut, which can bi attached at any liiue at acont of uu jlivj ik), mud U fr lu. tr machine on the market. Semi fur circular. We keep a Urge stock of all tinda of Agricultural ImplemcuU aud Rej alra, iu. ludiuR Mawers, Btajsn, M-BinJeB, Graia Drills, Averv's M tn kt factory prices . John Deere Steel Flow, Coate'a Tjwk-tv-r l!ake, Kinrlmlr straw Cult-r, fit Bros. Wagons (rery cheap), Double-nhoel 1'Iowh, and uteel iLovrl aud bu I t )i:gia Hl;iiu Clover, Tiracthy, Orchard Grana anJ German Miliett. We keep the Largest St-wk ol Se d krj t y ao) houae In the W-jut, and acll for the very lowest caU jirice. Commission IMerehant, Sell all klud. of Country Produce and nmke liberal ailranccru"itN. MIIX MACHIXKHY of eveiy kind lurumhcil, aito ht- am i-'ngiues. All bOBiuens eutraated to us will receive I rou.pt attriition. apr477 tf O KSTS M' t T E n l sv !t.i,a , jti James. ir'i.i y rr:itKlii i 171 W ITrn i Aavnta mrnwfi t S.U T... In. Blao? a At I tU Prt, ll.ro, n,t i im, CU.. bj i'.. lok.nA aVaSSfWI, uai ssass favifU, I It a. uk, aMa awn, c lni. al A. OKtDIO STREET, Tennessee. Dealers. THF BEST IN THE MARKET. Fourteen dlRlrrent i and kia!. Fie T glzes witli Kuaimlvl r.currvnirji. A''t..l lu iaf all rc'iuiremouta, and priced lo suit s'.l purss . LL8Uir.U r UA I UHir.b: Centers, Heavy King Covi-m, riuni':iut.d I lie Doors, Nickel Kiinbn, Ni cl riii.t' . c c. 1'iioqualed la ilaU;nul. iu F.r. ':, A in opeiution. THE PUBLIC Church Streets. . ? aastaWa ." ' ..'i i. . il 01:0. in .own j. 0 week in Jur own tosin . fSOu'fltfiea M''-. h.-d.r.if .u .ut t.a.a Kl wuiLii prrsiii's Ul ruurrsri na Ulilt glfl l ' ti.e titie tliiy wurk, write for articulars tu 11 UalLurr k Co., Portlaud. Maju. reita?3u W. J. m'nutt. 00K STORES I CCNOEflSED TIME TABLE. 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I'liiurar.ta arTl "l ( ti j'ia, t j;rr f't r'r rate ati.1 MIkt it f i'i at; ti, a l 'ra JAMISIt mil I'N.il A 1. Ku im,. T. M. I AVaX T, . I-. A.. M- i I,. a. U h Mi H r . I'. ... i , ... X. V. Il W'll I.I M , 1 1 k.t .ir , H-i-t I. W. I' . K I I! It. ! m 4 r Ad '. I i,ntit:,r, C. (.'. M Mill. I.'.', I a. a tn- r ;., C'iTt ai. r. FOR THE North and West! Da not I'.tll to s Hint Your Tkl.ct Itca.l- by tho Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis RR. POIi SriCKD. SAII'TV AM) u rnnifurt, y n wiil fitid .1 ilmrti I ui.rMal d. 1 ,ir tb .-l-l.tai. I K i iiija u,l hiiuuinr ba S'irta. Il.i.n. ! Tr'; I. t, . iii ! ur Itaar I ,1 al rturial ttira. .ti f-anai wi.tiiPtf lf a.i, rithr trt rw.r or niai rm, . 1 1 f nd it t ttjir ailvaiil-K''- ! tl ar -i.tr. I, .ur I 1 r ! migrant i. k. ' en a.' t l a - li,l. Il.r. naa '.), I.narn ruu tr-nu t'li.tilati na lu ('!, .n.tu, without rtiiti.t'i'. Mit Ii g ' a. I.. . en aU lii.h rain a. (iockI Co.uIk s? (ikm1 lJ(ial ;iiul Quick Tin: ! 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