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New A d v e r t i s e m e n t s CONDON BROS., Wh olesale Grocers, SNOSVILLE, TENNESSEE, Oomtr Gay mnd Reservoir SCreett, Keep Constantly on Hand the. Largest Stock of STAPLE A AID FANCY 11 WE CARRY A FULL STOCK OF Grain Bags and all kinds of Field Seeds Headquarters for Wik F Ja r ' t B W8a m. n aixs. m jm. IVfl SKZE, Tjt HJEI2 CTOT? O.VXI erf ly 1 ii Juauuiaj i. 'j-jp.ie.mj. .. The Morristown Gazette. MS I I J. W. GAUT & SON, NO. 203 GAT ST.. KNOXVILLE, TENN. T I f1 E-TA D L E. . E, T. V. Oa. Kit. AEEITAL. Mixed Train ICa. 1 wext 101 am Passenger Train So. S west 1 53 a m Passenger Train Mo 4 east 117am Freight Train Na west a to p m Freight Trai K. east 11 10 p m Freight Traia Ma. T weat S n Freight Traia Na. east 11 OS a m Freight Train Mo. 17 west 8 0 p m Freight Traia Ma. 18 east S 51 a m Freight Train Mo. 10 cant 8 f S p m DEPASTURE . Klied Traia So. 1 west 10 03 a m Casaenger Traia Kq S west 1 56 a ra raaxecger Train Ma . 4 east. 119am Freight Traia Ma. S weat. 1 18 p ra Freight Train Ke. eaat 11 14 p m Fraigat Train No. 7 west 3 M a m Freight Train Mo. 8 eaat 11 16 a ra Fwight Train Mo. 17 -west 8 10pm Freight Train No. 18 eaat 4 00am Freight Train No. 20 eaat 4 19 p ra T. T. LEA OH, As. A TIMELY II WT. New York Sun . gi ves C, C. O. C. KB. Fri;ht and Passenger Trains Bnndays excented. Arrive at Morristowa 9:45 p. m. Depart 11:H) a. m Arrive at Wolf Creek. 2:15 p. m. Depart 3:18 p. ra Daily Time-Table Rogrersville & Jef ferson Kail road. Trains leave Rogersvllle daily (Sunday excepted) at 7 a ra., arriving at Rogersville Junction in time to connect with the morning mixed train going weat aa the E. T.. V. k (J. Road. Returning leave RoKersviHe Junction at 1 p. m..and arrive at Rogersville at 3 p.m. LODGES. k A. M. Mor risto wn. No. 231 let Thurs. day evening, 3 o'clock, every month, in their nail, at the Masonic Academy building. F. ROYAL ARCH CHAPTF.B. cvery month. Jobs -3rd Thursday in Mdbfhet, H. P. I. O. O. F. Merristown, No. 168 1st, 2nd and Ith Tuesdays of every month. JOBM MCBPBET, N. O. KNIOHT8 OF HONOR. Morriatown, No. 972. Meet every Thursday of each week . J. M. AlcFA AX4AJ3 L, U. I. O. G. T. Morristown, No. 234. Monday evening. -Meeta every OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. F.eceivee Csnaigtimenta f all kinds of Produce, ani Buys mux, mn, oats, rye, hay, bacoh, urd, flour, DRIED FBUIlVFEATHEKb. &c. JTur ntiih the highest asarket prica la paid. 1 r beral aad aatiafactioa gaarauxed . Wctn desired, Ubaral advisees mad on 'aaigamanta. L 91 (Successors to S. B. BOYD and WM. CASWELL & Co.) 2Ianiifcturers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in T. m 33? 2m Chamber Suits, Parlor Suits, CSAIBS, 0122HIH8-ROGS3 SUITS, CARPET8,-OlL CLOTHS, flatting Table i.iiiens Napkins CURTAINS, BLANKETS, SHEETINGS, A XI) ALL KINDS OF HOUSE-FRUNISHING GOODS, T'-JL Sc 76 Guy st.9 liuoxville, Term. ORDERS CAREFULLY FILLED. TgRXS C71SH. fb981-6m. THE P K as S3 S3 1 ram h.:.' k a 1 -sti- f i .fT 1 - ,r 1.1; 1-3 Is JSeli-thieading. I Nelf-iettiig. ITS BOBBIN CAN EE FILLED WITHOUT REMOVING- WOKK OR ATTACHMENTS. Be simply constructed and lignt-runnin g that a cLUU ran Uka it. W-A.I3Fl-A.ISr'r3E3X FOE IF'.T'VIB EES I HAVK A FULL LINE OF Needles, Oil, Finding's and Attachments FOU ALL MACHINES. JWarhims Repaired bii the Finest Workman in the South. GENERA L A GENT FOR EASTTENNESSEE FOR THE 2 5 AZ A All GLOVE-FITTING PATTERNS. S. P. Angel, fob 9 el ly PREPARING TO SEE THE PARADE IIIGH PRICED SEATS AND WINDOWS SENATE TO BE ORGANIZED BY DEM OCRATS. Washington, D. C., Feb. 25. Ta the Editor of the Morriatown Oazette : Within the last week Pennsyl vania Avenue has assumed the ap pearance of a vast oblong amphi theatre, and it may bo doubted if ever the Collosseum itself held a larger multitude than will assemble, on each side of this famous boule vard, to see the progress, from the White House to the Capitol, of the new I'resiaent. un eacn side the Avenue, temporary seats and plat forms have been erected, and thous ands ot scats on these have already been reserved, at a price averaging about one dollar per seat. Some enterprising renters have built board seats on the roofs of houses along SPRIMG MATTRESSES, I in the hotels, saloons and 6hops "la . ii s 1 along tne proposed line oi raarcn have already been rented, or are for rent at ridiculously high prices. If the weather shall prove to be fine on the coming fourth of March, the concourse of people will be immense, but I cannot help thinking there will be room for them. It is a full mile and a quarter from the White House to the Eaat front of the Capi tol, the side walks on both sides of the avenue are almost as broad as an old fashion street; and these, with terraced board seats and win dows, will accommodate a host of people. The profanum vulgus will monopolize the side walks, while those who can pay fifty cents or a dollar will find seats on the plat forms. If the day should prove in clement, those seats will go begging for less than fifty cents. The inauguration, the procession, and the ball, are talked about now to the obscuration of all other sub jects. The ball will doubtless be a mammoth afiair, and it may with safety be said that the world cannot show a more spacious and well ap pointed ball room than that which the new Museum building will af ford. Gon. Grant's first inaugura tion ball was held in the Treasury building ; there was a great crowd, and the confusion of Eabel. Horace Greeley lost his hat, overcoat, and temper, and swore terrifically. The death of Senator Carpenter will make a lively scramble for the vacancy. Mr. Sawyer, who has just been elected, comes from the eastern portion of the State, so that the western side will now claim it. It is of course believed there will be lots of candidates, including ex-Senator X.owe, Boss Ke3'ser, Senator Cameron, possibly Gov. Pound and others. Owing to the loss of Sena tor Carpenter it will now be impos sible for the Republicans to organize the Senate on the , fourth of March next. The Constitution provides that such a vacancy can be filled on the second Tuesday after notice of a vacancy is communicated to the leg islature. It will, hence, be the 8th of March before a Senator can be elected, and, since there will be sharp competition for the place, it will, in all probability, be much longer before the vacancy can be filled. ,The New 'York Sun, gives this timely hint of public opinion on the recent threats of prominent national bankq as to their course in the event of the passage of the 3 per cent, funding bill : "It strikes us that the gentlemen in Wall street, who are trying to prevent the Senate Funding bill from becoming a law, rather make a mistake. Undoubt edly they have a right to express their opinions about the bill, but when it comes to threatening that unless it is modified to meet their views they will wreck the trade of the entire country, they go a step too far. The average Congressman has no such fear of banks and bank ers as to make him alter his vote to avoid their displeasure, and as to any possiblity of the mischief they may do, he will soon find a way to prevent it. If the officers of 'the banks should attempt, as some fool ish men here say they will, to with draw their circulation unless certain provisions in the bill are stricken out, it would bo very easy to Bupply tne doiicmency witn an additional issue of greenbacks,' and if they try by underhand means' to ' thwart the negotiation of the ne w bonds because the rate of interest is not high enough to please them, they can be deprived of the privilege of issuing circulation altogether. It is a dangerous thing for the tail to attempt to wag the dog, for if the dog gets angry he can switch the tail about in a very unpleasant way for the tail. The truth is, that in matters of national interest there is no set of people as stupid as the Wall street financiers. . Absorbed in the business of buying and selling stocks and oi lending money, they only consider what immediately affects to-day's markets, without a foresight of the future or regard for what is going on elsewhere. In the present case they are evidently in blissful ignorance of the general hostility of the j)eople of the West and Southwest to the National bank 6ystein and the slender thread of toleration on which it hangs. It needs only a good pretext to secure the sweeping of the whole thing out of existence, and the subsitution for it of any exclusively national cur rency. That pretext all the Wall street bankeA seem bent on furnish ing, and Washington will, we fear, be only too glad to seize upon it." Clerk and Master's J. JSLi IE3 or Valuable Lands. The Masonic Keystone reports that a curious old Masonic tapestry uas been discovered at Lymore, an old timbered residence belonging to the Earl of Fowls" England. One of the tapestry hangings represents the visit of the Queen" of Sheba to Kina: Solomon. The figures in the foreground are nearly life size and two of them, embracing each other, illustrate the five points of fellow ship. The tapestry bears date A. D. 1556. It was evidently removed to .Lymore irom Montgomery Cas tle, half a mile distant, when it was destroyed in 1649, by order ef Oli ver Cromwell. I he tapestry is of peculiar and suggestive interest to Freemasons. Jb. Council, aurvivinif adrainiBtrator, 4c , vs. R, & Tidwell and ntbers, pending in the Chancery Court at Rutledgre at the April term thereof. 180, it was. aiuus? other things, ordered and adjudged and drcieed tiat the lands of which John jLiflerty died seized be nold by the Clerk and Master of this Uonrt t the highest bidder therefor, on the prem ises, at pa Olio sale, one-third or toe purchase money to be paid in one year, one in eighteen months and one in two years, with interest from the day of sale, requiring from the purchaser notes with good personal security, and retaining a lien on th- land aa a further security : which de cree, on sppeal, was in all things affirmed by the supreme Court of lennessee, and the caiiee re manded to the said Chancery Court for the execu tion 01 tne said decree ot sale. THE TRACT OF LAND thus decreed to be sold is the share of the said John Lafferty of the lands situated in district No 3, of Grainger county, which were owned Jointly by. him and the late Jnies Lafferty It is situated on both sides of the great road loading from Bean's Station to Morristown, about one-ani-a-'ialf miles scuth of the former place, and contains about Six Hundred and Seventy-four Acres. It is remarkably well watered. The soil is good, and susceptible of improvement There are upon the farm a good dwelling house and appurten ances, a good stable, a good barn and other neces sary improvements. A better opportunity to pur chase, on easy terms, a valuable farm, el.gibiy sit uated, is seldom presented. A plot of the farm can be inspected, and other information obtained at the office of the undersigned. In obedience to and under the authority ef the said decrets, ordered to bo executed by the Chan cery Court, at Rutledge, siuce the caune was re mand'd from the Supreme Court, at a special term held beginning on the second Monday f February, 1S81, 1 will proceed on the premises, on the Second Monday ot April, 1881, which will be the 11th day of the month, to sell the said laud in the manner and on the terms so order ed and decreed, absolutely, and wi; hout any equi ty of redemption, which sale will be reyoi td for confirmation to the term of the Court beginniug on tne xnira Monday or April, lfeBl. GEO. II. GROVE, mch 2 tda Cuke and Maktzr. AGENTS WANTED for the Bwst ai'd Fastest-Selling notorial Books at.d Bibles. Prices reduced S3 per cent National Pnb. Co , St. Louis, Mo. : aiu men a sm New Advertisements. HATTlT0USK iW.I 1 New Advert isenun Is. Edncats ! DLNli.vrUV I B usiness It is Located in (lie Exact Center of KnoxTille, Tennessee, One Square from the Post Office, Cus- tam House. Hanks, and in the immediute vicinity of all the Principal Who'essule and Hetail St ires. TIJOS. J.SPECK.D.D.S. OFFICKS : H&U t;liJ i ikiJi. taht'i --'.". t.w.1. ..,. , f 0 ! Terms Cah, vr Its K.juhak it. lazcwclt. Jam. - JTEjr TMlOVGIIOUTt f urniture, etc., Etectnc Annuncutor. Gas. Wide Hall, and tin Ventilation it No. 1 and JVo Mistake. rmUK TABLES SUPPLIED ITn the best the market affords. Choice Sample Rooms for CiuniurrrlilTnui. isrs nn nrni nir if dtvin-d. avpty ial rate to Merchants and f!inmr..i-i travelers. Porters always at the train. Omnibus free. J. C. FLANDEICS, July 21, 'a0 ly PROPRIETOR p 0 0 0 V. g n rr s w CD 1-3 hrl OS ef CO 3 o o 3 o a M ead for CatnToi'iie. KNOXVILLE, TENN. PXMQ CO. Will make, for the next CO lays only, a Grand Offer of Sf0 Square Grand Piwio for only $245. O "T T T TJ Q Maeniflf Et rosewood case cV-gantly finished, : t I J AjXJ O rauiinre agraffes, onr new p-tt-nt overstrung 245.00 , S strings 1 1-3 Octaves full patent ag scaie. oeeniuux carreu wyi sua h iu iVT cri'cntin. mil lir.-fl fincv wouldini ro' riM full Iron Fraute. French Grand Actum -and ilnmmers, 1c fjrt every improemeut wkie'j can io any way tend to th jjerfjwtion of tha lnatru- a- Oar price ir thi instrument boxed and delivered on board can at Naw Tork, l'k floe Piano f'ovnr. ftLool i.nd liook. onlv n s-iano will beiHMit on t:t tnJ. Plaaf s amd reference if yon do not send money witn oraer. fcaUi wnt with oraer will b ref undod and fr eight chrge paid by ma both waya if Piano is not just a rrprwented in this ax'.wrtiaemeut. Thousands in u . Send for Catalog aa. JEvery inatinmaal fully Vsrrantcxi for ilvcytars. , WTn $t TO K0O with Stool, Cover and Book) All atrictiy rirst-class and sold i M' fl Tk fff2 - -fclesal faotory Prices. These Piauoa made oa of tha finest displays M it CM tlfl KF3 t tUe Oentvnuial Exkitition, and were unanimously recommended for tha Hitfhoat H.ors. Tha Stjuarea couUin onr New Patnt SoaJe, the greatest Jn'jTOvem-nt In the history of Piano irjtkiag. The Uprights are f he flneat in America. Positively we pk the finest Pianos, of the richest tone and protest durability. They are recommended by tha uigh- iciiwtiaal authorities in the eenctry. Over 14,000 in ue, and -not one disaatisflad purchaser. All Ties' and Organs snnt on 15 tiaja' iiat trial freight frae if nnsaiisfactory Dout fail to writs us be fr.rr bayirjr. Pos tively wa offer tha let bnrgaini. Catalogue mailed free. Uandsom Illustrated a-'d lB-rlptiTe CaUIotM of 4 pages mailed for 8c stamp . Evtn-y Fiauo fully wan anted for 6 ytars . Onr "Parlor Grand Jubiioe Organ, style 35, is the finest and sweetest tooad till rC3T H?6 (KJ Reed organ ev. r offered the masioAl public. It contains Kva Octavaa,Fiv VS I C'l MM C " cf Ror-ds, four of X Octaves each, and one of Three OcUvea. Thir- 0 . tea Ktopa with Ora-id Organ i;)asoa, Meiodia, Viola, Flute, Celesta, X Eeof Melodla-Forte, Oeleetina. A'iolina. FInto-Porte, Trnaolo, Grand-Organ and Grand-Swell. Enre-Storn. Height, 7i in.; Length, 43 in ; Width, J4 in.; Woi;-ht, boxed, K lbs The ease is ef aoiid aTnnt, vencrod with choice w-iods. and is ot an ent rely new and beautiful deaign, elaborately carved, v.ftt. raised panels music closet, lamp standi, fretwork. &o.t all elegantly finished. Possesses- all tha laie-t and beat lroprevementa, w-.tU t(vnt power, dpth, brilliancy snd sympathetic quality of tons. lUi-tifal eolo effects aud perfoct atop ociloa. Ktnmler retail i-rioa J'li . Our wholesale net cash prlc K' Aave it introduced, with stool attd txwk, only f27 as one organ sold sUs others, paaitivsly do de- r.-.tl .a in prioa. No payment rerfnlred uutil ya have full.r teated the organ in your own home. We irl ail organs on IS Uys tent trial aid pay freight bfith w:ys if i&nt rums tit la not s representod. Fully r.;Tnted for 6 years. (XUar style 8 stop orgaa only $ ; 9 stopit, $S ; 14 ttopw, $11. OVER 13,000 ''iU, and every Orjfa h ivpb the fullest satisfaction. IUustcated eirculsr mailed free. Factory l d Vk'arcroome, S7tb ft. and 10th Avo. 'I F L I7T fTTQTr1 t ona-tfcird prl. Catalogneof SOW choice pieces ent for Sc. stamp. 1 1 ri ij i ill U kJ I U 1 his Catalogue lDcltide uiot ef the p pular music cf tu day aad iwj v riety of muslcdl eomp'cltion, by the beat atU.vrs. A Jtirefii, I .' ". 3CpniCV01IPIAKQC0;r 0. Box 58r Kew ITlty. To Clean Pillows. Featuer' pil lows can be cleaned and purified without removing the feathers, by taking the pillows, la-ing them in a bath-tub, scrubbing them with a scrubbing brush dipped in a solution of two table-spoonfulls of ammonia to half a pail of warm water and rinse them thoroughly. Lay them out on the grass to dry, turning them frequently, and at the last pin them to the line for a number of days, and when quite dry, beat them with a rod. This is to disentangle and lighten the feathers. . - . Cross Eyes Made Straight by Dr. Jone. "I have been cross-eyed frm birth, 23 year. I went to. Dr. Janes, at ihe Hsttie Ilmise, February 21st, who in a few minuUs straightened my eyes, im proved tbe fight, made them full and perfect I advise all whose eyes ar' so deformed to go to Dr. Janes, and have them made perfect T. P. Scarborough, "Clinch Street, Kooxville." The people from all parts of the State who have learned of his astonishing cares and skillful surgical operations, have prevailed upon bim to continue his practice at the Hattie House, Knox ville, UDtil the first of April. , THE GREAT SUCCESS! TIIE NEW AMERICAN ARITHMETIC Parts 1, 2, 3 ; ALSO, THE NEW AMERICAN PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC, Being Parts 2 and 3 bound together. Intro- dnrtnrv xue American Arithmetic, Parti The Now American Aoithmetic, fart u Tho New American Arithmetic, l art a . The Nw American Pnct-'ca' Arithmetic, comprising 1 1 and 2 , tcai 1 1 ar js V .17 .27 .37 .50 Pr.ICES . Kx- change. .10 .15 .25 .35 flf- gomg Jonesboro' Journal: About teen of our loyal citizens are to V ashmgton to the inauguration of General Garfield. All hungry for office. A gentleman whose correspond ence with parties in the North and East njuts him in a position to know what he is talking about,, says that the spring and early summer will witness a flood-tide of land buyers in East Tennessee. Geo. F. Squibb sold B. R. Preston, Esq., of Glade Springs, Va., twenty odd horses and mules last week. A Great Cure of Rheumatism ami Neuralgia of Seven Years' Stamliugr In a few weeks, by Dr. Jones. The tes timony of one of the first ladies of Jnoxville : "Dr. Jones Dear Sir : I am happy to report that in eight days after using your remedies my wife was able to walk acrass the parlor and bedroom, and comparatively free from pain, though 6he bad not been out ef bad or the roll' ine chair fur seven months, an J an in valid seven years. And now, Wy your treatment, she is well and attending to her household duties has visited the country and attends cnurcb and ncs about and is so well no one couiu tell she ever had been an invalid seven years r any length of time, and this is tbe more remarkable as br pain and Bufferings were intense and she could not rest day nor tight before she commenc ed your treatment, and she was given up aa a bepelfcbi aad incurable case. "Neither myself nor wifo can say enough in favor of your treatment which is so mild ana pleasant, ana yei bo exceedingly certain and effective. "Very respectfully, "John B. Olotwortht." Mr. Clolworthy is oae of Knoxvillc'a mottt esteemed and energetic citizens. Oa account of bis - wonderful cures and the great aad increasing demand for bis skill, Dr. Jones baa extended bis stay at the Hattie House, Kooxville, Tcnn., until April first. Rags Wanted Two cents a pound paid in cash . r V a- m ft rk11YfF It A X It 0E iJlUXSUU mar2-4t Knoxville, Tenn. Jonesboro' wants her , corporation 1 re-estabastieu, ana petitions areno in "fckulateiKrithe town for eign- era to rumi esecv. Artificial Eyes Inserted which Move and Appear as the Natural Eye Without Pain. Read what one of the most reliable citizens of Knoxville 6ays : "Many years ago 1 lost one of my eyes, which has always been sore by the lids lying together and also disfigur ed me very much. I consulted Dr. Jones, who told me he could insert an eye without operation r pain to move and appear natural and cure the sore ness ; all of which he has done. The eye moves, gives no pain, and tbe old soreness is gone, and but tew or my friends can tell the artificial from the natural eye. JOHN O. FOX, Engineer at the Custom tlouse." Knoxville, Tenn., Feb 25, 1881. The great cures and skilful surgical operations accomplished by Dr. Jones has induced the people to urge him to stay at tbe. Haltie House, Knoxville, until April first, that all may come and get cured.- Dandridge Watchman : Cocke county farmers tell tis that there aro more 'hogs, dying with the cholera in fhat county now than for four years past. .' . ; - , " 500 Egg.: Barrels . for . eale, 25c each ; 500 Flour; -Barrels? -for -. sale, pric0 ;" 1000 Saw Logs wanted for goods ; $10 for" Diamond Iron Plows. Call on W. Van Hues & Bro. ; We should -not; suffer from a Cough, when a few dosesrf Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will ' cnre. Time, money,; 'health, comfort, all aro saved by.it.; - ; '" . "rhr is it that the circus elephant never Hjlla the clown or tho lemon ade mirn ? . " . With or Without Answers. THEY ARE The Latest ! Best! Cheapest! Address, J. II. or HUTLEIi & CO., PlIILADELI'UIA, Pa. John W. Paulett, Knoxvills, Tenn. Testimonials s EMORY 4 HENRY COLLEGE, Va. . The Arithmetics sent me were duly received. 1 have carefully gone through thnm, aud am very much pleasid with them. They seem to me to b very well adapted to our American school system. I like them for their methodical arrangement, ai.d because the Practical Arithmetic is very practi cal. I like them because, while they are adapted to those students who expect to advance higher in mathematics, they are specially suited to that large class who never have tbe opportunity to ad vance any further than Arithmetic- C. E. VAWTER, Professor of Mathematics. VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY, Nashville, Tennessee. I am most favorably impressed with the excel lence of this scries . Tbe authors give plenty of good Work in numerous well graded exercises, and leave the theory to bo explained by the judi cious teacher when the student is able to compre hend it. The ju'lisious arrangement of oral and written exercisee I regard as an excellent feature, aud have uo doubt these books will prove accepta ble to every honest teacher. WM. LROY BROtJN. ;ftb 9 tf PATENTS,.. obtained for new inventions, or for improvements on old ones, f onlmedical or other compouuaa trade marks aud labels. Caveats. Assignments, Inter ferences, Appeals, Suits tor Infringements, and aU all cases arising under the fates T LA3, promptly attended to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVEUEEN . ' T llV,rPT? Ti b? th" r"teE Offica may !i J CiJ 1 Xi U still, in most cases, bo- pat ented by us. Suing opposite tha U . S. Patent De partment, and engaged in atent business exelu sively, we can make closer searches, and secure Patents score promptly, and with broader claims, than thoae who ore remote from Washington. . f "NT 1 T V V ' P ( D O eld odl or sketci 1 1 V El i 1 I lio of yaur device ; wa make examinations and advise aa to patentability, tbkk orcHiBun, All eorraspondonce striittlv confldsn tial Prices lew, and NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT 13 SECURED. 1 We refer in,. Washington, to Hon. PoMmaster Qeneral D. M. Key, ltev. V. D. Power. Tha Ger man-American National Bank, to officials ip the U. 8. Patent OtHce, and to Heaatora and Repreaen tatives in Cpngress; and especially to our clients in every Staie tat lie Union and ia Canada. ' Address - ,' C. A. SNOW & CO., Opposite PateatOfficv, Waa2UsgttiBf P. 0 i Non-Resident FJotice. In Chancery Court of Graluxer County. F. P. Sucker rs. J. L. Sucker ct at. PETITION FOR PARTITION OP LAW. 1ST V TTTTC4 C A TTSi V. T T A T P P I? p- - - - - v. VJJj Jk- V 1 A- JJil tt- Aa. mg from the petition, which is sworn to. that L. Kucker, J. It. Ruckrr. John W. Kodirt" and wife, E. A. Hodges. J. U. Ledger and wir , Martlia E Ledger, and Isaac Pavne aud his wife. Malmd-i Payne, are lion-reKidenfs the Statti of Tennessee. It is therefore ordered bv the court fiat nuh'ica- uou oe maao m iuk iiomtiHTowM nuinx. & uewBpper published in Morristwu, Tenu., four ouKecutive weeks, notifying mid sforesud Bon-r?8ideutB to appear befor tbe County Court of Grainger couuty at the court house iu Uutledo on or before the First Moti lny of A pril next, aud make defense to i-aid bill or the same will be tken for confessed as to them aud set for hearing ex-pane imtico w, isai. J S. DOYAL, Clerk. By J. N. Goldman, D. C. febl6 w prg fee $G A Nfln-DcauiiBatieaal InsiitDtian ! And one in evry resmet suited to the I'du- I cationtU iintn of th 'liuntiy, nna i:ie c'le rjvu. TIIKT2IIKI) ANNUAL SIXSIOX 1880-S1. First Term opens A'igiitt ?3; S'.'iid, De. eu.bei 30 the two r-xtiiig .Hi we. ts. couiesi: iNsrirrtTiox The mot th 'ioui'h, eip'.rvin t'.'.e r.u .i-b, s :- u- I tide, and Aurirut Ijpgi,- a c ire sici.lurtoi the University of Virginia. . 1 Taitiou, four Ora les. The If' t 2 3d, $ll-Z5; Ph. flMm, f.-r a Term J e-, .'.Oceutx : Mnii' tf-r.al sn.-l. ul. i- BOAKDINtV in tovu. r.-r n , t. : :d, $1 5t; ia tuee mmrv. i j.". A,- t set per seiou lion , ' t i f .-.-. a ni:w v i:.vri:ni:. S;e:ial lTl : ra are U"' ven-d eierv iiK a a" tO.K'i calculutej t en-miiutfe ntu.'.iits; aid utaly by leadir R a i.tlemru ii t col tiecicd wi I, the n.fieve. I Duru v thu l-A.'t vear 17 st-.nleui s i re ei. ruhcJ. TONDOniL, By 3Fnek Fulton, At t: ('i i rr ,1 I'-j-i , mou i: i i un .. i i;n n i:ssi;i:. I - !.( V '. ,t I r u, . r.t l.ve, h,r r an ' .M Uw m'-lrr:.le. i .! : ? i. f 1 Hl: flu LANE & BODLEY CO., CINCINNATI. RAJCFACTlKEIfei OF 8TANDAKO PLA rvlACHINERY, STATIONARY AND PORTABLE STEAM STCGIRnZS, Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Shutting HanRPrs, Pulleys, etc. Our machinery is strong, simple, and well made, and is especially adapted to the wants oi Farmers raid Planters, for Ginning, Sawing, Grinding and Factory use. fctND ro Ill'isTRATEO Catalogue. LAN E &. BODLEY CO., John and Wstsr Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio, imrv mch 2 3m kW.lchn. RtomTrin1.rt3.li0.tWtf Met I'tint'n ot .PKCUl.tl tju: t"). . X ..'.: b.) fr. Taapoii A Co. i-JJN'uAitoLN. Y. jS. f W.lchM. Rt fc" Iml morris rovr, m mi mm. R. A. LOVViii', ) PlIINClFALS. II. M. SHERWOOD. ) fIiE NKXT SESSION WILL 9 open on Monday, the 30(h day of Au;niHt, lHSO, aivi continue forty week, a week's holiday beii.g given at (!hHtmas Tuititiou, turteriu of tveuty weeks', from $tJ to tl. Board from $2 to f 2 50 per week . The design of the Principals in, to Er I'C.VTE. For partii-ulars, address either of tha PriLcipala Jane 3.0, 18x0 tf. 1J. C. MAN.YICI, I'rchHitut. May 13, 18Sf-tf Dp F A fnt.l smmi y. de;it!3T. IlOGT.Jirs VILLI:, 1 LNN. IIANKFUL LOR I'Asf LII: KKAL Ul luV VI. K. cotitiMiicN !.. ,.tr, r I f. prof 'Hhi'itia! m-rvm-M to tii- inl.a . Ii ala use.- the lt li.atffa!, sn-1 v.iA take Measure in givng .M.tirn satii-ifti'tum. i LiiMS : ( anil rr i's ,Sllva.,t. N. B. He La f i. nisl.e-l h-nn-'f wi.'i a N rou Oxtd-. tits At-pai :) for ail i."i -ter: -j n:i . en- imhwm'h i: , reini-rmt; ti..- , xtrjr: PAIM.l s., tiie ueuelit of vl.:i li !i d sre it nei ( J7 Ot t-e ,iV III ;o-ti '- - CURES . . . t3t SpiiiiTs, 1 a T o 6rt,tt.ta. 4i t 'r f . I t. , k v . I) a.. I il r 1'. ,., ! I ro v i i.v i(s VarioiM KXKTTI Ii And ("henisJy, in all 1'oiiiis, y r.itf will be d s. 'c jea.4'!i:, tue tenr.;i - to (!i .1 oniv or; SLNLIN iflV-e. vh.-re the M-tJh'H'torily June i... 'ft ) tf. MAKTIN SHEA BREWER or AIo and Poller, 'M r S ft-et L uf r trJc; aii.l . i:oxvill V C !). it: ' (3. T. JJUull.'l 1U I UI J Tl nn rvnri n 1 n T, A II I VI -.!:!. ITU Ml" t ' -V 1 r' I PATENT MEblCLXKS, TOIIJ71' H().Vl", cV. Trusses, Shoulder Braces, &c. Prescriptions can-fully Co.uru f?tieet5 - - - - M(rri!to,vn, Tetiii Oils del. jan 7 80 -ly a 1 l y fc L'huoli c, ,-1 iu, "J Compact, r.Li'iit-n1. i-!, Cconc znzrzd. n,ic;J and Cra- T., ..;f. j 7 F-.r. Il' V. .'IT; in ". L ;a 1 02 a miNTKG om;;: v, :. 1 uis Cotton Cm. t - : ' v.-, !i:.-!.l I. ,vj t uc. 1! Hoilcr.. - - b ' " R r::;D von a descriptivj: i'a?.ipiili:t. c 7 1 p ja fl to I" P- BT 23 W I mm p L23 "A Peter l.cnilcunn co'irnrn caTALi'-:- 1 Jl It Math I Vo 'gc-j , It all ul.3 . ' r. Onr TTtrncrlmrn t-1 CMrx-'i n s iit a . .1 tii.r ! nt.t l i I'lt rr !-: it re mo . r u- !., j mid otir ;ri'n.!- )ii' -i I .r 1 ...:i i - (totrr! n'X :j nn i In C-- 'thelsr;t.iluAi:i(i!ia, ; 25 Cor'.Iir Z'-if f, N ny Vcr' . I iK our i. 1 1 1 uk j t At.;: Ai.'. VS'r gl.aiiploL - ' r I .... i . ' . . . i WAUUiLiI-m. .V. CANDY Stick Candy, Frenc Butte;- sco;c!i, Candy Toys, Candy Hearts, MANUFACTURER. v '' ' ' : .' ' .'. ' 'v n' V - - : -. ,y- v -------tf.fr' rk-; ria ' Tr:l: i- ,' i J - I '. I 1 .1 T,4f : 'd -1 I Candy Kissc. I.r"-on iru Candy Fruits, jr' Mu, Gimi Dro.H, fcf lf '0 n I': if.'. 'I L l-liwfc s s-- 1 Li!.- ...V ''I' ' - ! I urrni.l. Jocoa Nuts. Jhfr r -..:1i.v.-,t c Crackers, Cakes, Preserves, Rr;i-i Cinrd, Lcrxons, FinE-VCHKC. II l l-'AlfM Sr. rrT fiorrr. t. I:d for !,' ;v, an ! i lit t I poru.-ijo:;' c.:.i r v.v.c;o:r co. Marlict Square, Knoxville., Tcnn. ALL ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTEHTIOH, E"EBYTUINa EOLD AT PRICES Nov. 3-tf TO COMPETE WITH EASTEKX aIAP.KETS. FINE CARRIAGES AND ROAD WAGONS SAV3 your 2I0I7EY, Trita for Catalsjlra.il TZIZZ LIST U The Boston Bucklwanl to., new haven, conn Also SCLS Manufacturers' or the ccl liruted BoaroH BoOKiiOaiii or an. t . -. f-.t, : . ... t Iinr-irt r.t up i f r t! e tn e cf i'.e w, I Of-.'. r t', C, it'. 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