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THK 51 0 11 11 1 B T 0 W N GAZETTE, MAY 25, 1881
New Advertisements. Barton's Stock OF New Summer Dress Goods, White Goods, Lace Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, and Notions is now Being Received. JfEW STYLES Havelocks, Dolmans, Jackets, Linen and Mohair Ulsters, Sheetings, Pillow-Casings, Counterpanes, Towels, Table Damasks, Napkins, &c. SMEW CARPETS. Ot all Grades, Oil Cloths, Lace Curtains, Cretonnes, Cornice and lings, Children's Kilt Suits, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Shirts, Socks, Cravats, Collars, Handkerchiefs, &e. SaT Best "ANKER" BOLTING CLOTHS, Nos. 3 to 11 constantly hand. Mail orders promptly attended to. Corner (Jay and Cftnrck Streets. " ; Jan-2. '80. The Horristown-Gazette. WEDNESDAY, MAY 25. 1S81. CONDON BROS., The Roffersville Press and Timet com pliments the management or Ctii. vv Greene, a commissioner under U new read law, for tha excellent condition be lias put the SneedviHe pike, leading from Hawkins county to Hancock. James T. Roire, formerly of this place but lata of Texas, died of pulmonary diseas, at the residence of liu brother, D. P. Rowe. in thia place, on the 20th. Ilia remains were, interred Saturday in the Mornstown CemtUry byiiornstown Lodge, No. 231, Jr. ana A. H., of which he had formerly been an acceptable and worthy member. The masterly article of Judge James T. Shields, on "The Beet and most Di rect Rflute from the Waters of the Ohio ti tha Southeastern Atlantic Statw and their Part?," occupies our second fuge. We have no nnniottv to iti for its in sertion to the pxclusin f ur usual t rietr. We regard this issue of the Ga- zktte as of more value to mir comnnia- ity and section thaa any ever printed. We ware Inform'! hut wees oy a gentleman of high i-ilieial I ai porta nee in the'mana.s'emcul f t!i Enst Tennes sp. Virginia and G rgi;i railroad that double daily pasvert r trains wwiild be nut an the road xt nr. early dHV. and t lie misted naesf'tiiier Iral.iii withdrawn. We hose there ill be reduction of fare ai:d freight rates a!r. The President sent to the Senate on lh IStli the name of Ol. 1 hom 11. Ki've, f Jonesbof", to be L. S. Mar- h! fr t!is Emlcia District of lennca- wf, ufitl Geo. Qvurnts ,Mrley, of Nash ville, to be Minuter rt -idoia to G',lum bin. On I'rlday, the fiOih. at 5:15 p. m., Him Sesate adjotnmd sine die, many nomination jfojnjf f.vt'r without actioH. TENNESSEE STOCK IN PENNSYL- VA A I A . A gentlviuan , in Crawford county, Pennsylvania, recently sent au order to Cliuchdale farm, in Grainger county, fr some tlirouUWieJ Southdown sheep. The sheep Wtire shipped over the C'ia ciuaati Southern railroad, right through the center of tbt famous " Blue Grass Region f Kentucky," and l cached their destination in the far oft Keystone State in fine condition. We are permit ed to publish the folio win letter, writ te after receiving the sheep, which shows how thoroughbred stock, bred in East Tenncsete, is appreciated in the j great stock growing State of Pennsyl vania .: . Saegektown, Pa., May 10, 1881. Mr. W. 8. Shields, Beau's Station. TeDn.: Dear Sir : The sheep arrived last week safe and 8Jtind and in splendid condition, which could not haye been better.! have waited before writing jou until my friends and gno.l jtidjcH of sheep had seen Ihein and p-itsiid judg ment upas them, for I a in frauli to tell you they rather discouraged mo in Mini iug for them hi first, st;it i ri that thev produced very little wool, but were srond lor mutton, yet not profitable here. They have changed their tune. They It II me they are the finest specimens of the Southdown breed thev hnve erer seen. ounn 'A suing ton l k t teii THE I'ROPAOATIOX OF MOIIAI. IDKAS SWEETNESS AND LIGHT UNDElt A GOODY GOOD lT.'iSlPENT. Washington, D. C, May 21, 1881. To the Editor of Tiiu Morristowu Gazette : There is ao lode in the wilderness of t!w United tttates, no BjKit so sequetttod, tb.t it can not be reached by the nuligu politics of the party of morul ideas. tar Koaib exposures and Credit Mobiler thelW make great detonating ex ploeiMUS and arouse to vengeance a healthy pnbiio seutitneut ; but who hears of the noi.el.-ss fraudu, Ihe petit larceny, the sni-akuif; thefts and mean little tyrannies of this party of awestnees and light, under the leadership of its great in tellectual, cultured au Cbristiau President And yet i: is these little things that make and mark the real history of a oouutry and of an Administra tion The true history of a people, or of a j.art.r, is uor made of sensations aad crises, our 01 me .i.toiiu f l.ilv life. I do not hewitate to pay and if you had patience I could show you the' proof that the United Stat s Treasury hat suffered greater loss in tha theft of peas, ink, paper, pocket-knives, c, the elegant paraphe rnalia lavished upon more tnan one hun-lred thouxan-.l offices, than it has from the Star Routs uoi ) T emu tt mv subject. Scarcely in Hwitzerlcud can be sren more picturesquely ituated hamlet than is tuo village t f Snowrville, in the dnminiou of M;ih-uo. It w esconced amidst mountains oji a bant:i'ul river, and the uisiaue to the uerr' railway s'ation, by a road that is JMil.) bett.r lii.sn a h!idl- iith. is t-u nilhs. lint, tiutw:thct:idiutf thoir reijt.t '" ' roar ing forse f industry, end their sequestration Troiii tho world of amnion, nJ 'f t.ir'i e are few coii-muuiripH better rend iu all toat .-literals t'.ie most ah-rt an4 wiA-Sy cultivated intelligence of theeout.ti v t win Uiese .Suo-.vviil:aiw, of Pulaski county, in" K -uator Mah-me' siUrapy. A few vers siii.-o .i parJ'rraL.h started, '.)(!. after the ra.xhi.-in ui .iar:israihs. wnut tLe i--iti:d4 i.f half tho Ti:.iur-i,i th" Uuitt-d Hia'.e. to Ih- eSf.-.'-t that verv r.it'z-n ; f Suo v,l!c. V . wa-t a ii.vtnb :r world New Advertisements. Non-Resident Noti CHANCER V AT TOWN. MOKKLS O. & A. Bill, No. 221. ..v..-.k. '11, th i'Kt tn:in tim claiming that they have the longest and I had ever he nl of si...wh:, aa I iueuti..u tui closest wool and nmri of it to nlxerv ttistt tha only cbarcj in -:nowviile in of I,-1-.,.,. , .i i 1 1 .. 1 t us d--ii.iuHiiatiu oi wnn u rrciiiimi 01 tuo Uest tncy have c-vftl' fcuCW, ami any tliey lii!U ont au I UM-f-.l ilu.v, a jr-'ur. I are the Best b oud -ver UintiliL ti) '.his h t Snowviiliatis are nii,.-h i-h Uid jut now section of i h St .to. Of courM! you can ! "--'' '; u. r oatnei. a. OMH (il I:i.'i;.':.l ;:U1 rf:n-.nr i mi ll .m c)iu.-ch. m;d aixi-tintwt iu 14 'leaI a i.u resid.-nt tie owner of a low c-ncijy Hu-til.t-r: , a kiary illiterate d Ik uo:.-. win-so aaiuO Has t-.-u assiv c-i-ifed f a- 1-.1 ' y.'ar with ail that is disgn;cefui in the mii.a'.ii 'of l'..e ii..l.l !i i'-i t n-r (trv!4 - Hi t t'uis chaUK :u n-it o ih-a-ritieu I -.oie-t-i i f ! -:-' i'!ii::i . f the c- timiittty I liiitii !;'ii'I-a: ii aoa u-m"c-i--i ; n- muh iouou in iu tin. ln-.-e of lii4 own liM'.-riotal p.-otutiom Wholesale Grocers, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE, Mr. J.hn Lawreiu-e invites the at tention and patronage of Ihe puhlic to his sevoral .useful indiutrioa on lit ll's Creek, in the 1st Civil District- of 11am- bU it county, in to day's Gazbtte. Uis woo caruinr moitii-t, stuiil.ery, wheat and corn nulls and store ai each and all conducted on business principles as well as'for the public accommodation. Give liiiu a trial. the bl .to. Of Cur:-e you can bet I am pleased with thciti, I am n-tt-1 itied you sent itist what you agreed to. j I have kept Uie boxes ami will use thorn in taking the sheep to our fairs this f.iil, fnr I feel tliatT have soKieilijiiir Hint t!;t' ooys can't get away wMl,, inclosed hiitj draft. 1 txpyct to be i j'aur laiuj tins summer anil buy nonic CHttlc frot) yoit. otrf ludy, V. 11. .U CO ILL. -Ut civ 1 set-vi !i-tiuui hi H'i ; .it u it e bus ..d" it ill The Lidit: of Hie Presbyteriau Church will give a STltAWB EUKY FESTIVAL at the Gala Hotist on Thurs day May, 3jth, lg31. Give them i -'ood crowi aad tliey wjll se that y -ti well served for your money, re Corner Gaff and Reservoir Streets, Keep Constantly on Hand the Largest Slock of STAPLE 'AND FANCY X Memphis dispatch says that Chan eclor Williams oh Thursday, at Win cheater, Jenn., issued a fiat enjoining tho State oiileem from fuudinir Tennes see bonds under the receut funaing law of the State Legislature, and that tho flat was granted on a bill filed y prominent Citizens of Memphis. A JNashville Aiaeriean special from Wincuster, how over, aavs that no hill Has peen niea, and consequently no injunctiea. grgntad, as stated in the Jttcmphla oiapatch. Capt. Georire L. Gurloy aU Miss Sephie Young, of Ivnoxvillo, wcro united in marriage last Wendosday. The bride is one of Knoxville nios popular young ladioV, and is the daugh ter of Col. Isham 1 miner, a well-Known 1 . .1... v tr;.. . - . . r -r-mm -m i cunuuewt uu 111c uiui icuiviicc, 11- Grain Bags and all kinds ol Jb ield weeds unaa Georgia lunroad. c-tour- with the Jast lennciict road, but it nnw passenger conductor ou the Cincin nati Southorn. He U universally popu lar. - -. m We regret that a pressure of business prevented our attendance at the exami nation of the students of Mornstnwn 31alo High School, last week. I3y these who were present, however, we are in formed that the examinations in all the classes, and the literary exercises, dec lamations, etc., were in tho highest de gree creditable to the pupils and teach ers. Profs. Lowry and Sherwood have justly won an enviable reputation inonr community as educators. We have no more earnest, devoted and competent teachers in our section than thtfy are. WE CARttY A FULL STOCK OF IIeclqvixt2Xs for TOBACCO AND CIGARS. Kov6 7 ly TO Cii.I.VTS O.VTj I ij it -i-j C. B. HOLLEY. FOR HEADQUARTERS East side of AJain street, above PostoffieOj MORRISTOWN, TENN. Jost fitted tip in his new aad commodious building with complete sUck of everything iu the Furniture line. Bedsteads, Bureaus, Wash-stands, Tables, Chairs, PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMES, BED SPRINGS, from 4 feet to 4 1-2 All artisles of Furniture made to order and duplicated Orders by mail receive promt attention . Oive me a trial. Knoxville prices nmy4l n M. O. M CLUNO. c. rowFix. W. J. M NUTT. A. GEKD SVi'CLUNC, POWELL $t CO., Successors to Cowan, McClung &Co ', as Importers -and Wholesale Dealers in HARDWARE and OTJTLB R IT DAY STREET, Knoxville, Tennessee. juuao tf BURR jEt of Oailroad Depot,) KNOXVILLE, - - - TENUESSEE, OFFEE8 TO THE PUBLIC SASH, DOORS, BLINDS Hatched Flooring, Getting, JVcathcr-Boardin Br octets, .Mouldings, Nettelt, de.,de. ktavinr over I 000,000 feet of Lumber in stock, our facilities are unequaled iu East Tennessee Or der, solicited aad'.aUsfactiou guaranteed. 1-fiend for Price Ust. JnneS7-tf TONBOB,IA tiy Mack Pulton. At the Commercial Ilonne, MOttRlSTOWN. TEN N ESS EE. tV I solicit tha public patronage, and would say tkat I can give satisfaction either iu a clean, thaTr. haircut, hair drwa. clean shampoo, or an leeaut 'wluaker or monstache dye. Terms Moderate. Chancery Sale of Land! I In the Senate, last Wednesday, when the nomination af Edwin A. Merritt, to be Consul General at London, was call ed up from the table in the executive session it was instantly continued without debate and without any mani festation of dissent. His confirmation was effected by common consent in the absence of objection. The nomination of VTm. 11. Kobertson, as Collector ef Customs at New York City, was then called up and confirmed in precisely the same manner, without demand for a vote of any kind or a word of discus- ion. One of the most intelligent, substan tial and earnest workers for the perma nent commercial prosperity of Morris town, now within its limits, pleased with our article last week on the import ance of building 119 manufacturing in dustries, authorizes us to say that he will douate to any individual or compa ny who will embark in any new manu facturing enterprise in eur town a suit able and sufficient lot of ground for its purposes. The gentleman means just what te says, and the proposition is lib eral, tangible and encouraging. His Dame is at our disposal whenever busi ness is meant by those who ask for it. X PURSUANCE of tho Chancery Court at UU A DECREE Morrutto-irn, pro- WANTED Scuts; ilVUIj t.. Mf 14.,, m teWP- LI- t- lie imJ.. ww. m. i--'1- mm, 1 11 1 mi 11 in ui 111 mi hi 1 1 m -" !-, '2 ,.T 1 ', I : , y- . Jr..'. . j DRiBflTTS'lllEgSaaL- Trmmt a chronic DImum. and trior Bation. I N 0 1 S C A ETI O N - E X P O S i ff E f vdu c mill iiMiMl ' Midi 1 'IsBWIWIiiiiWBIIWssll WWBJljiitsiiliill IHntiisslMitl I1111IIHI iilllliili''iiiHIIllii...M Mm af. 1 -'t Ltit iAaod. Mktar boot, tnM4aHtli stu m. tl:. ut oftiac Mftrcnryor lxuoicKiii Mtxiiain-n. YOUN 1 MEN wkMrle"'new Cuttcu IMMMMM -.gHMM Ot HW tlXOi UafiUl ttS vity- PATIENTS TWFATFH Ul'? . J. l ift 4 wdertioin t h niw.r4 bY patieuu dewtuf treat tmwM m4rl fr- ta mny iMrtm m aptlietioo. gr mnmm HOrrif trum ktiar koaU mm tktrmHnm jmt4 tmrnrrn aMUilr l UMi' inilifa. It W act a Itm. Ctnii,c"ii .iractfr ceaii4aual, jm1 thov!4 t addrvued UU. lit a 'TH, li XortM bik U &U LuU Mo. nonnced at its January Term, 18S1, in the cause of Geo. 8 ;roncb, as Comiuiasioiier of Kerwine etc , v. Jaraos M. Meek and athers, will sell at the Court House door lu Morrlatowu, on Monday, 4th day of July, 1881, ia Laud, the following proeHy : First. House and lot situated to Morristown. as the property of Jacksoa Brookina, sod folly uescnuea in luo niu. oecona. smu tract oi laua lying in or near the corporate limits of Morriatowu, as the proper ty of II. L. bloan, and fully decriLie in the bill. daui property aoove meuuouea win DO sold, or so much thweof as will b of ruluo sufficient to satiafy the Hen dt the SLtte ou the name, for back State and county taxea, together with costa, which are runy set out lu the tt:i. and which wlu be an nounced Oil the day of sale. GliO. S. CROUCH, Commissioner of Revenue, etc. May 18, 1881. 4 Land! Land! Land ! !! I Lave now what appears to me to be an excellent opportunity to sell 10 to 20 farms, ranging in valu from $1,000 to say $0,000, in Ilambleb county. : If the reader wLshv to sell, .nd will take a reasonable price, it ma- e to bis ad vantage to call ou me at , i J. c. Xi.iGl3s: March 23, 1831. 3t. . Are the dissensions and quarrels of Democratic leaders to stretch before us to tho crack of doom ? Aro wc always to have skeletons in our own closets when we should be enjoying the Conk-ling-Oarfield cadaver stretched in the Republican household f Verily, though, our heart yearns for surcease of this sorrow ; but even now cmes intima tions of a breach in the Democratic "Old Guard" of Knox county an apparently disastrous split, on vital questions of principle, between Cl. C. V . Charlton, of the DinjXttch, awl L. A. M. Perkey, Esq., of the Tribune. Great Cicsar ! how can we rally the elementary fragments ef the party to success withdissensions amongst 6ur commanding officers ? It Is a sad, a Tery sad state of affairs ! Col. E. W. Cole, throuuh a syndicate, has purchased the East 'Tennessee and Virginia railway lines, embracing the Memphis and Charleston and belma, Rome and Dalton roads and the Macon and Brunswick. The . trade was con cluded on the 14th. The syndicate that backs Col. Cole is composed of strong men who have the utmost confidence in bis ability and in the vast system he proposes. As we understand the matter, Col McGhec retains hia present position in lite system, which is known as the Wilsou-McGhce system, contemplating the immediate building of about three hundred miles of new railroad and the establishment of steamship lines. The connecting roads will involve an expen diture of $4,000,000, and are promised to be finished by the middle of January next. FIRE! On last Thursday morning, about tix o'clock, thedwelling house of Mr. Peter Allen, formerly occupied by the late P. Du-ssot, on Main street, west of the Pres byterian churcb, was discovered lf, oa flre. Au nl.iiiu was promptly given and as promptly responded to by the cit izens of our town, who heroically con tended foi a time with the devouring el ement, but the fite had gotten under BucU headway that it was impossible to control it, and the Uuiiding was given up to destruction and attention directed to'rescuing the contents of the house. The origin f the fire is the old, old sto ry a defective flue. The loss is estima ted at $800 to $1,000.' No insurance. The sympathy of this community for Mr. Allen and family was expressed in a way that cannot be misunderstood. Some three r four hundred dollars have already been collected and donated to him to assist in replacing a new build ing on his lartre and beautiful lot where the old building stood. In this connec tion it is not out of place to suggest to tha many other property wners of our town the wisdom f at enee securing themselves against heavy loses of this character by insuring against fire. Jaa. A. Carriger, Esq., of our town, repre resents the Knoxville Fire Insurance company, a home institution conducted by honest and reliable gentlemen, and a contract with him would prove much more satisfactory thaa a dependence up on self or the sympathies of any commu nity, however generous and wealthy it may be. Mr. Allen tenders his grati tude to his friends and neighbors in the following CARD OF THANKS. My sincere thanks are due the citizens of this community for their valuable as sistance on the morning ef the 19lli in stant, for their bold efforts In trying to save my property from the conflagration of fire. Especially would 1 tender my thanks to Mr. Cole, of Riissellville, and Mr. Wm. Towery, of this place, for their extraordinary efforts and success ful rescue of goods from the up-per sto ry of the building. I am truly thank ful to the Lord, and also to my fellow men, that the good people of Mori istown and vicinity succeeded in saving nearly all of my household goods. I ara at a loss to know how to express my gratitude to my friends for their lib eral contributions tendered to me on this occasion. If I never remunerate them here on earth, I hope the All-wise above will reward them iu heaven. L033 of personal property not exceeding $100. Entire loss, from $800 to $1,000. Very respectfully, Peteh Allen. Guard Against Disease 11 you tind yourscli t;"eUinr biliotts, head heavy, mouth foul eys yt'llavv, kidneys disordered bymidom-s of piles tormenting you iuko at oneo a Tow doses of Kidney "Wort. It iri nature's great assistant 4Jso it as. an advance guard don'l wait to get down siek. See tldvertioement. large AyovV. Hiiir Vigor-restores the color ana stimulates the growth oj the hair, prevents it from falling oil', and greatly increases its heautv. It has a delicate and lasting pertume, its ingredients are harmless, and for tho toilet it is uncqualed. Ills Last lose. Said a sufferer from kidney troubles when asked to try Kidney- ort, "I'll try it but it will be my last dose. lno man got well, ana is now recommending the remedy to all. "When derangement of the stomach acts upon tho kidnej-s and liver bringing disease and pain, Kidney Wort Ls tho true remedy. It re moves the cause and cures the dis ease. Liquid (very concentrated) or dry act equally efficiently. Awi. Cultivator. MARKET UEPOUTS. Morristown Produce Market. WHOLESALE PIUCK3 Mokhisto-wn, May 25, 1SS1. W11KAT $100,01 10 CO UN 57 OATS 35 FLOUR 3 C0ua3 20 MEAL APPLES PEACHES. . , FEATHERS. BUTTER . . . EGGS BEESWAX. . FLAXSEED LARD TALLOW... BACON 38 & & & a 12 05 4 5 40 18 8 20 75 11 0 9 FUNERALS. Thompson and Baker have just received a fine line of COFFINS and CASKETS. Also a full line of Burial Robes, etc. They will give their per onal attention to conducting funerals, may .4. tf - A disastrVus fire occurred at Nashville on Tuesday of last week, destroying uronertv W the amount of half a million dollars, 'fhe territory burned contains loO.OOO square yards, and extended from the American otlice, on the south side of Church street, to Market street, and two squares from the Union and Arnsrican block through t Market street. The fire broke out in Warren Bros, paint estab lishmeut, corner of College and Church streets, about 10 o'clock, a. ru., and tpread rapidly uoith, cad and west until thirty-four buiidingf. were consumed. The new marble front Noel block, ou Church street, including the handsomu ouice of the Western Union I'elearaph Company- is in ruins The r.of and cor nice of the American building were par tially destroyed, and lite east wall will have to be taken down. The total loss is estimated at $500,000 Iusurauce $200, 000. Thceiilirc bin nt district is immc diulely lu be rebuilt. Among the suf ferers by the fire waa Mr. James Browne, (job printer aud proprietor of the Daily JJerald,) sou in-law of Ihe editor of the Uaz-ettk, who lost hou.-ehold f 111 iiiiure. clothing, etc., to the amount of $3,000. . TTatclie. KIfmWln,lc-3.M. W:i V" lt'". Iinli.iiou .,!. b-IIJ-J 3 for mm orapoculalive pi: r VtSacaiiiluiUtlrua, laesaMM JbCa. i - r! . unling .tn.ib!. ,-mu.i.k.t. 1000 Saw Logs wanted. $10 to $15 for 1(100 feet tor walnut logs, at our mill. Xew floods just received. Egg barrels lor wale at olfje. Corn and Bacou wanted. W. VanIIusa& Bro. A NATIONAL S EN S ATI ONCON K L1N G AND PL A TT GO 0 JIT. In the Senate on she 10th, the Vice President laid before the Senate the fol lowing communication : Washington, May 16, 1881. "Siu Will you please announce to the senate that my resingation as Sen ator of the United States from the State of New York has been forwarded to the Governor of the State. I have the honor to ue, witn great respect, your obedient servant, "ROSCOE CONKLINO. "To Hon. C. A. Arthur." This communication was received with a great sensation, which was brightened when the Vice President laid the following before the Senate : "Senate Chamber, May 1G, 1881. "Slit I have forwarded to the Gov euBhr of the State ot New York my resignation as Senator of the United States for the State of New York. Will you please announce the fact to the foenate. Willi great respect, yoar obedient servant, T.. C. Platt "To Hon. C. A. Arthur." A hum of astonishment followed the reading of the communication, and Mr. Hill, of Georgia, suggested sotto voce that this would be a good time to elect the officers of the Senate. Mahone was not in the chamber when ihe announce ments were made, but when he came and learned what had been dono he seemed very much perplexed, and to a friend summed up the case with an air of great concern in these words : "Well, this places me in a devil ef a fix." Subsequently .Mahone relapsed into per plexity, for upon bearing from several Republicans whom Democrats had led t believe a reorganization of the com mittees would be the next move, he ex claimed piteously, "Then, in the name of God, what is to become of me?" Half an hour after the letters of Sen ators Conk. ling ahd Piatt were read to , the Senate, the news was communica ted to the President. He was sitting at his table in the executive tfllce, when one of his secretaries rushot4 in from the telegraph clerk's desk and excitedly told him that the operator had over hoard a dispatch, saying thatt the New 1 ork beuators had - resigned. The President was seized with the same feeling f stupefaction and -astonishment that affected all others who had heard the news. Arousing himself be exclaimed t '"I didu't believe it." The first thing the President did after hear ing tint verification of the news was to dispatch a messenger to the State De partment aad request the preseuce jof Blaine at the White House. , 4 ... Blaine went at once, and they then held a caucus on. the situation.. Mes sengers were instantly dispatched to as certain the truth or falsity of the report. When the news was confirmed the White House was in a stile of excite incut such was never known before. President Garfield seemed to be aston ished, but was entirely satisfied wl(h the situation. He considered the resig nations as virtually a surrender of .Mr. Coukling, who, having found so little support and foreseeing u complete de feat, had chosen rather than face the final contest to evade the issue by teui- poiurily vacating his teat iu the Senate. How WulcSics are ITIadc It will be apparent to any one, who will examine a Solid Gold Watch, that aside from the necessary thickness for engraving and polishing, a large propor tion of the precious metal used, i3 need ed only to stiffen and hold the engraved portions in place, and supply Ihe neces sary solidity and strength. The surplus gold is actually needless so far as util ity and beauty are concerned. In JAS. BOSS' PATENT GOLD WATCH CA SES, this waste of precious metal is overcome, and the same solidity and strength ' produced at from one-third to ouc-half of the usual cost of solid cases This process is of the mcst sim ple nature, as follows : a plate of nickle composition metal, especially adapted to the purpose, has two plates of solid gold soldered one on each tide. The three are then passed between polished steel rollers, and the result is a strip of heavy plated composition, from which tho cases, backs, centers, bezels, etc., are cut and shaped by suitable dies and formers. The gold in these cases is sufficiently thick to admit of all kinds of chasing, engraving and cnameHng ; the engraved cases have been carried until worn perfectly smooth by time and use without removing the gold. 1'hix in the only Case in-ide with two Plates of Solid Gold and warranted by special cer tificate. For sale by all Jewelers. Ask for Illustrated Catalogue, and see to see warrant. fe23,81-ly ssHMaisiiaMssa GO TO JOHN LAWRENCE'S To Gst Yoar Woal Carflsfl, Your Wheat and Corn ti round, Your IJlacksniith Work, Your Lumber and YOUR GOODS!! E HAS JUST OPENED A a full slock of ALL KIND OF GOODS nan illy kept iu country Ktoren, and Will sell cheap er than the cheapest. All kinds of buKinewe looked alter with care. JOHN LAWRENCE, May 21, ISSt 2ia 1st Civil Dist. Hambleu co, ! Valuable. Property Near Wolf Creek, Tenn. r Ti 11E UNDERSIGNED II AS FOR i " sale, on reasonable terms, a lare, two-atory fraxie house, with seven roouui, pantry, stable., good well, 4c. The building is admirably located one uulo wont of Wolf Creek, on the C., C. i S C. K, U witliiu twenty miuntes ride ol Wurru Spiiu'a, on the French Br.rj.l river. Xo areus of laud are couuoeted with the pr.-pt-tty. A A SUMMER UETIiEAT or home this plaue aff-irds ;.!.-udid attra ti-ns. AVill bj sold tUcu;i for eaiu. Far fai th jr iuu.uua tk,n apply to II. W. SHIELDS, (Box 09) Morristown, Teun. may 23 6 r. AGENTS WANTED FOR THE HISTORYofiheWORLD Wm. Felkaorv. I'.Uoda Intuitu and ollieri. N THIS CATS-; IT AlTEAIt- inp fwmi file amended bill, iliix diy pled in taid faiirf, which i sworn to, that tho ri-ii!euce of the deiVuUant, Christian iiu;iin, is unknown. It w therefore ordered by the Cl-ik :in l ilanter that aid defendant. Christian Inma;i. Aviice ret-ideuce ! unknown, appear lo-iore the Chancery Court at Morritowu, on or before the 3rd Monday in July next, aua niaae unien-e f ui" urisn a' ana amended bill, filed by Win. Felkuor :isa.ut Khoda llniiau and others iu cai 1 court, or the anij wJl te taken lor i-oiifeFHt-d r,ml Pet for heaiin ex- parte a to him. It is further ordered by the M.ixtcr that thin notice 1 e published for four conveeutive weeks In the The Mobbistowji Oakktte. A true copy. Teste: JOHN Mt'ItrHF.Y. may 2i 4w pre fee f(i O. & M. J. W. GAUT & SON, Prota nl hitk Ifckslj, NO. 203 GAY ST.. KNOX VILLI:, TENNV Receives Consignments of all kinds of iTodare, t,J Hujs WHEAT, CORN, OATS, RYE, HAY, BACON, LARD, FLOUR, DlilKD FRUIT. FEATIJKHS. ale. toe wuch the hlnhext market't,rice la t,il,l. Chargin Liberal aud aUfaetion guaranteed. When dclreJ, l:1rI a lnc- n, l ta Ctjr..fnnnl.. g il " ti HOPE & BEO., and Jewelers. COR. GAY AND CLINCH STS., KNOXNILLK. TKNN.. HOP BITTEES. (A Medicine, not a Drink.) COSTAIKS nors, Brcnr, mandrake, DANDELION, And rni rrmtsT ast Rest MrttcalQcau riu ok AUU Oman lirrricaa. THEY CURE All Dlseasosof the Stomach, Towels, Blood, tlver. Kidneys, and Urinary Orpans, Ner vousness, SleepleHsncssand especially x tunais uouipiainia. SIOOO IN COLD. TV111 be paid for a case they will not rare or help, or lor anycriina; impure or injurious found in thum. . Ankyonr drupfrlst for Hop Bftteri snd try them before you sleep. Take no otker. D I. C. 1 an absolute andirreslstthlernre for Drunkeuness, use of opium, tobacco and narcotics. ElTD FOB ClECTLAB. JJI-M"1 All abov lold bv druretlti. Hop Bitten Mr. Co., Kochriter, N. Y., A TnrniU, Out Watches i Jewelry;Solid Silver, Silvcr-Platcd Ware Superior Table Cutlery, etc. ' Krpairiu-: :t, I r.ii' Ceive proiiip. m .,:;. a, HI J I! Jan 7 tOly Keeps in stork a full line ft -avinif '.llirully eX--tiU-d upon nasouable terms, ol i. iiisfji tioo guaranteed. AU orders I y r.. ' w 1 t. ainjl-y-ii 3iLjE.2:OrE;ia. ('tie. fnrl,. (I. T. M .!.!, in Pure Msilicir.es, PATENT MEDICINES, Chemicals. FtTftEcriEs Dress Taiuls Ci!s . TOIM:T rOAl'M. .v,.. Truces, Sftou!,hr Unic, ., Ac. rrcscriHo., c mfVy Cuu.i,., .!,!. Street, - - - - IMoi-imkHmvh, Tcnn. A b entirely New and positively effeetiT 1 - Hemertt for the ipee'ly Aad MrniaiMol vy iu ou f ( t - iTHAOtHIARK cunt of Seminal maions end Imt titrfr with tbeor4iDry parsaiu of Lf. Tin momt trmtcneat hta .mDowncy t true why, wit., Iirt AppiiosWsoa lu Us pnmtxp&J amM f (M 1imu. TIm vm nc tM recwi j i I'.uaMa wan ao pam ot ui kjotshimuim, tN mmt out or tuing Sy-uuk mmy wu ti M fr.f A asiM--sl IJmi r alUss. wtasek flM tbf Ca rmmT ',mi nTfM BBa.ntMMA. tmmi sf Kr iTti. Mm !) tw Hump. J tul ihe test ia very eevere cam. Mii u now e ttroDOuneTi ruomee. Tbr la no oudm ebout Um prrjunuoa. Hetici eft-errwettM eoel'lec ue m pof.ltvtij cuArmniM t'.st K Wii rive pcrfoet eatufMbnck. It te lad bj tb MmUcsJ WofMiH.n te be tbe rooet rsVtweAl etui t dieeovo ered of reectieg 4Vod euriBf Uai very preveivot trouble. Tba lUinadv te fat ). Ul MM Uu. af iSiM tio. 1 ljng tnnlk, Ka. J (shIUcicuS M tfert a, TauM rtara, ttnUsa id tisaj; etij No. J wm thrs mMiS. muy sii.im.ou -J rtUr rip in 11m arms 7. etal My tn I. sbmsb m I'D WTapHT. Ml O- IUMI IO SHSS rw(U-HT n mn. g n& tat Dwri i tiO FaaiiUi 14 for tk dvasM of kf. HARRIS REMEDY CO. Wf'O CHEMISTS. i u.a. ua a. k-'f I ill Uik frvwn lettefm rerrivvtt front Mutronmt Irtdtina, April lltfi, 18T9- Tue remedy i workicj perfectly. riaa epiie(jy irom wikhp, ir yirs iiejtu Chififo. A nr. 14, 179. 1 am thoroughly cure idj fcI tip tap. I ue young nun in tpp it fmn? uer. Mfftrt, Sept. 18, Ife79. 1 received so ntuctfbeaefit 9rrrm fh vte of your remedies triat l want to try tnem ia auoiner cat. Xbie l of loo I itandinr. rA wilt n-j mmf'hin W Mich.. Jin. Sft. Ib79. I have utcd up your Mr k ire of medi. cine; tend me another as ona at posuble. Tbat pack if atopped all appiroDt trouble, but t lie re it a weaknrti yet, ai4 t WUB JOU WOUln prfpupl'in lftf lor 'ns r'irtOI luau Iflwa, Oct. 10th, 1879. I am aliuett aurpriaed at ronr Fm titles. They hava worked like a charm on ue. I ate just twice aa much of a man aa I waa lekre faKiue;. I was oa the varf e of the grave, I thought, and there waa no cure for aue, tUl BOW 1 am 10 pwi rop nt . faw, West Vrririaia, Aug. 2rt, 1p79. I received your aner!if ine, and I be'ieve it has cured me. tor which 1 am err fbanhiui. le- ciosed please find fur whtrh please send me aaother bog (o. ) rer a iriena. ion nave aone a great idioc tor sue. a will send you an wrttrrs I rin. Worn am aitraefia ntul Stirnan. Missaori, June 46th, lK7y. Pi-a (urwarl ae at our euotner ktx of ihe Pastilles- The rjatient on whom 1 have l ed n-ot of one box, in-adtlitioa to a sample buz. ia faat recovering, uiJ 1 think aaotber will srt him nil right. J-Vw a lt-tt arris t. Maryland, Sept. 2, IH7,9. Last January we rt from yon toi of vuur renirJy, lor oue of our customers, and rt has ma la a periect cure oi mm. vve nave isomer eusionter now sunrr la, ia the same wajr aua wisli by retura moil oue ISo. 3 boas GEO. BKOWN, General Agent f.r V,e S'e of r,e Bira mm Which is f.-ift fiij-crcciling all o'ht r twk nr The 11 est (V "loir in the ll oi ltl! .. Battle Creek, Michigan, iLLNUVACi'usiasa or the oklt cenclne x!l.!,iN" 1 It 1.1 II li.. s ! T l.n i T and U laf ll-s I THRESHERS, Traction and Plain Engines and Horse-Powers. ilofct Complete Th reh cr i aetory ? Established In tho World. J 1843 'ft JJQ of contimrova a"t itrentful hui. r4nd ', without ciuituro of liatre. Bianawviiient, or loeation, to"bttrk vp" tkt brand varraniy givn on all our yoodt. ITa the ole aireui-y f..r the ule r.f tlie S ITIKI: f; Vl t S -1 rl. r.,I:...t f! in- I. cliidinu Irake 011 hox au-i rutiniiiK K ar au-l !.rnirf at . Sole uip-utk lu l-.ant I i-iiueswe I-. r the al- ol IU ns. II, k "'H "Nl W MS EI!S, 11- me l'ow. rs ami th. repuir f.r t!ie ime Yli' nrw n,,-h f l.-i-.. -H aud li-aner atta4-liiiient, wlii.-h eati 1m- atiacliel ut ai.y time at ai -t i l 1 n'j t (M, mai'imn- uu im iiai ai 1. hetni t-ir rlrcuiar. We k.-eii a larb'e stork of all kiu.1 of Ajirii u'.turiil I;n 1. i.t4-iit and !; f Irs, In. ludlug Mm, Reapers, Self-BMers, Graia Drills, Averv's Sled Pi;s Atfartorj' t.rnes. Jolm lere Hd-.l Mows, ft.t-'i I.-k-Ivr l.al. SunUlr Htrs BroH. Wwum (very eh. ap), L.juUi--1io I 1 l-.ws. aiij !. I h-l aixl l.u I t-i.rii lla.lr Cu ,l r, I t.h IS XL P2 Clover, Tin-othy, Orcliar.l flrass and O rnian M.ll, It. W Uoiirte iu the ttcst, aud sell for the very lowest cati prii-e keep the Ijir(,-ct Mt- k - K. lflin 1 1 i -i t CommiiNion IMordiant, Sc-Uall kinds of Country T'roduce aud make litx-ral advaiie-metits. S11I.I, JIAi'HIM-.U of every kind I uminhed, also htuaiu tugim s. All htiKiiiess eiitrdst--.t to us will reo-ive prompt atl.-uti n. air4'77 tf ii:o. ititowN PATEWTS -PO WETt STTPAKATOHS snt Conilee Sl-nm Oitt fit. -' mfft yual'ttn. t'inext True! toil KsisriHrM mid 1'iuiu Juiiit-a ever noen in tiie Aiuericaa luarkuk A multitude of fip'-Htil features an'l improvrtnnta f"T lHrtl, toieth.-r vith fuveri(r qvulitit 11 eoniruem turn and mcilerinh not dreaiiiedof byoth'T makers. l'our Biws ot Separators, froiu G to V iiorso Ciiiacity,r 8im or hore rinirer. Two style of " Monttl " Hotv?-Tcv?pt. 7KeiC CiCk J'f'"t of Selected I, timber UV()VVl; Xfmn three totixyturtuir-nried) constantly on banc, from whieb in bulit U10 iu couiparablo wood-work cf our machinery. Stronattt,m0tdurab?,ande0rirntevcr f .. blcuL-C H. Ilk. l.t llorso 1'ower. t fl 1) T? TljVirniTii fcy It UU liUl UU still, in most eaa.-s. t i: . r. r. v v. ft?-. r ;;b v. obtalued for new InTentions, or lor improvcinents ou 01a ouei, roivitifiuit'al orituer i-oiiipoiiini. t rlf marks and labi-IH Caveats. AsHttMinieutH, Inter fernees, Apti-als, Suits lotlnf ritii-ni-iits, ainl all all eases ariniux under t tie I' VI 1 N T I.AS4, promptly att.udtd to. l.NVKX IIO.NS 111 AT HA VK IIS EN the ratent oiuee may be pat ented by us. lk-nij; opposite the IT H. l ati-ut le. partment, and eiiKa'ed in l'atfiit business elilil ively, we can make eloet r m-tn hen, aud serura Patents more promptly, and with hroader elalais, than tli-'fe who ore remote f rom WashiiiKtou. I V Vl? VTA PJ Mid im a uioilriorskiteU ll VjL 1 HVOof yourd-viie; we maks exatuluatious anil advise as to patentability, mis OFCHAUCK. All correspoii l. n e strt- tly conflib-n- , tial I'rie.s lrw, and NO CIJVHiiK UNLES.S PATENT IU SKcrittU. We refer in, Washinytoii, to Hon. I'osltuaater- General 1). M. Key. I:ev. F. I). Power. Tho l-r- UKin-Ameriean National Bank, to olhrtal iu tha U. S. Patent Oiliee, aud tov-uatora and Heprt seD tatives iu Congress; and especially to our clieuta in every State iu the l uiou and in Canada. Address C. A. SNOW & CO., Opposite rateiitOflU e, WashinKtoD, P. O. Fs-nhful-aH ;i4. Ct.NCINNAII. GAULJ Farmers and Threhprmen ar intrited to 1e :tit.-Kto tliiH ma'chlrt 1 hroKliiiitf ilacliinery. Ciicuiars st ut free. Adlnns NICHOLS, SHEPARD A CO. Battle Creek, Michigan. parsEJ arilia MARTIN SHEA DRKWKR OF Ale and Porter, ( 'orncr Hardee and Lenicr Streets KNOXVILLE, Tcon THE EAST TENN., VIR- GINIA & GEORGIA RAILROAD. jam j ,m?q J?r" iJL1' Is 0 componnd of tlio virtues of srtrsa t.arilla, BtillinKia, mandrake, ytllow dx k, with the iortklo of potash anil iron, all lww-erfnl blood-makinjr, blood-cleans-in", and life-sustainin? elcmonts. It 13 the riircst fist. an'1 m08t cflectnal alterative availablo to the puhlic. Tho Boicuecs of incdicino and chemistry havo never produced a remedy so potent to euro all diseases resulting froiu irnpuro blood. It cures Scrofula and all scrofulous diseases, Krysipelas, Kose, or St. Anthony's ire, Pim ples and Face-grubs, Pustules, lilotches, Eoils, Tumors, Tetter, Humors, Salt Iiheuin, Scald-head, IiiDK-worni, Ulcers, Sores, liheu miitism, Mercurial Disease, Neu ralgia, Fetnalo Weaknesses and IiicKitlarlties, Jaundice, AtTections of the Liver, Dyspepsia, kmacia tiou, and General Debility. By its searching and cleansing quali ties it purges out tha foul corruptions which contaminate the blood and causo derangement and decay. It stimulates tho vital functions, restores and pre serves health, and infuses new hfo and viror throughout the whole system. o sufferer from any diseaso of tho blood neod despair Who will givo AlEiiJ SAitsAPAniLLA a fair trial. It it folly to experiment vitu tho nu merous low-priced mixtures, without medicinal virtues, offered as blood-puri-tiers, while disease becomes more firmly seated. Ayeu's SARSArABiixA is a rnedi rino of snch concentrated curative power, that it is by far tho best, cheapest, ami most reliable blood-purifier known, l'hysieians know Its composition, and iirescribe it. It has been widely used for forty years, and has won tho unquali t.M ftmfideucc of millions whom it has benefited. PREPARED CY DR. J. fc. AYER L CO., rinctient and Analytical Chemists, Lowe!!, Mass. SOLD EV ALI. XiBCUClSTS ETEKYWILE&e. In connection with leased its purchased and lines, Splendid lino of i-II'Ikhh feathers at Mrs. Flynn's. and THE SELMA, HOME & DALTON A so aiKMLMIIS & CIIAISLKSTOX. ISAIL1JOADS, Foitu tl:e fjulekcst. a:id tf t Hue to U Soutliern, Western anil South western points. THE E.UIGKANr ROUTE TO TEXAS ARKANSAS AND THE GREAT NORTHWEST. Its iujureiueuts ara: QUICK TIME, THROUGH CARS, CLOSE CONNEXIONS. 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I ....... i lltKKlljl. I... l U - . I- " A';.!: KMS WAMHif.rtle lu.lai-.l H. II. K 1 x t-r'l II... 1. and It.l t. w. 1 ti. .. r--1u . J li rin-t NiK.n.l l ub. C , H l uii, M. a.l ii. i Ii 3 - !ui L-iftE d SODLtlY GO., mm CIKCINN'.TI. , u r: ui ... e n,.nu-i a I . L I M. 11 ' 1 I 1 i ' MACtHMERY, UTATION'AKV AT.'!) l'OUT Alii.t: steal: xnrjGirjiriy, R, Mil;, : ri-t v;:'.. fui.i' it ii t.-t. t. :i, ., ftc. iKlt ltl' lijii. iy . HfUv. !n.i si. I -I Itis-1-. nii-l ui j . i-l! v n-- I l. i ! ; .-.!,.. I larm. rr au-1 i'li'iir.. l-r .ti.t-h--. i .. . tirlii-luK s,ii-l ha-t..t) f.t,.'.4lii m . j CUULO.tu LAN E A. DOQLEY CO.. John snd Water btrcttt, CinOMnsli, OH. a. lnr tur'u 3 3m opium; Aim! roiiriIlr llablt urrj til 10 .i 1 visrirs MUlirt!; rurs!. n s t l- .C. IU. i4AAUt Juiisf j , U,i i. U3 smLsrauoHs m CU.7C0 IsiictSTtCM, ClCK HlIADACME CiiTiViHtSS. Ccua . "' .... .UU VEtiETADLE CURCt tCT TtTC, junStosiaoh. foot Dn(AT; Lew SniTg, tMutnau t m 1 H w . . "7 ' It Tt 1 1 rears the oM..t, sn.1 r.nti'ns Mm. II.im !e.tti Ine ik. In H.ark. t, I'tti .r- I t,t,l r If I . .! UM..X. I (,,, ,.,.J ( ,.k 1 .!.. i -. .r. t-i . . A. Kiiiiii..i, VI . 1 1. In v..- ' ti.es aaj i u, Ik.4 l,f a.l !' t t TARTLirJG DISCOVERY! LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. A x-fc-ttra f yi 5'Ull In "i l-ea i n I: eniat u r Iwx-sv, rn.us It ' ...it. I ..I Utu-li-,l, , I i i. ,. 1. 1- 1 ia !!. 1 1.. - u fiw .Ir.tas d' i-tiTe-l as m; I- ,-iri, l tie n. 1 It! tJ I'lS f. liw-Si-fTer. r, S I- tUvsa i, U. lU.i.1 L. il iX,iuu t L. . t.