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THE MOMISTOWn : GAZETTE,, MA y 25, 1,8,81,,
The Morristown Gazette. WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1881. "18 HE IN SPECULATION?" New Tork World. When Mr. Jefferson, as Secretary of State, offered his resignation - to General Washington, they entered into a frank discussion of the quali fi cation of the persons who were talk ed ot as his successor. "Hare you thought of Governor Johnson, of Maryland?" asked Mr. Jefferson. "Yes," was the reply of the Presi dent ; "he i3 as well qualified as any rlian and free of all speculation." "What do you think of Dr. McLurg?" inquired Jefferson. "He is a man of first rate abilities," said Washington, "but too much engaged in specula tion." The name of still another man of pre-eminent talents was then suggested. "He will not do at all; heis in speculation," was the prompt decision of our first President. The discussion was further continued, but always with the result that no man who was not "clear of specula tion" could find a place in Wash ington's Cabinet. President Gar field is said to be fond of the classics. Washington has been dead long enough to be considered a classic worthy of study. What would "Washington have clone with a Win dom of his da, if such an one could possibly havo found his way into the circle of his constitutional ad visers ? TOO COSTLY. Philadelphia Time. A "Western heiress a year or two ago bought a husband bearing one of the most ancient titles in the Ital ian aristocracy. The usual mar riage settlement gave the lord com mand of a large income in his own right, besides which the Italian law makes the husband master of the SCRArS OP SCIEXCE. .Nashville Christian Advocate: Educated Christian womanhood is the consummate flower of a Chris tian civilization. He who puts his money or his work into the causes of Christian education for women does the best thing possible for his country and his race. The preacher whose over-earnestness offends a sinner to-day will te the one that sinner will want to see when he wrestles at the mercy-seat with a burdened heart or grapples with the last enemy death. "Itloirt want that Stulf," what a lady of Boston said to Is husband when lie' brought icr lomo some medicine to euro her ot sic headache and neuralgia which had i made her miserable for fourteen I years. At the first attact t hereafter, i it was administered to her with such '"good results, that she continued its use until cured, and made so enthu siastic in its praise, that she induced twenty-two of the best families in her circle to adopt it as their regular family medicine. That " stuff'' is Hop Bitters. ''-Standard. wife's property. The hard hearted father objected to the cold blooded bargain and sale style, but the daugh ter insisted. The terms were finally drawn up. To the husband, SI 00,- 000 down to put his estate in order; $20,000 per annum as an allowance; Coppeb has been detected in the soil ef a churchyard, and in portions of ex humed bodies. At Thebes an ancient Egyptian papy rus roll containing a treatise on medicine has been found. j A nkw scientific instrument is the "pulviometer," which registers the quan tity of rain falling within a certain period, and the duration and the hour of the fall: , ' : It has been discovered that a minute fungus vrill cause fermentation in a solu tion of glucose, while it does not affect that of cane sugar. Advantage has been taken of this fact to separate cane sugar from molasses, the glucose undergoing fermentation, and thus allowing the cane bugar to crystalize out. A papeb said to be proof against fire and water is prepaid in this way. After a mixture of two-thirds ordinary paper pulp and one-third asbestos has been thoroughly incorporated, it is steeped in a solution of common salt and alum. It is then made into paper, which is finally coated with shellac varnish. The new invention, the photophone, a modification of the telephone with silen ium, by means of which light is made durable, has had a new and practicable application. It has been employed in the study of the solar eruptions and the effect of these great convulsions in the sun has been perceived audibly by the ear of the observer. A medical missionary has learned the curious fact that Mongol doctors are not entirely unacquainted with the proper- f ties of galvanism. It is said that they ; was aiiimttoil to i lie City 'Hospital are m the habit of prescribing puiver-. While there the doctors .:ii.l I hd a ized loadstone ore for sores, and a man j )l0e in my left hinir i !i:r ms a h.iif dol- I1C Ul TiliU IILIIO it I aw dead. D. P. rowe. New A d v c r ti s m e n WIS &c cq. Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers and Dealers in - E. S. MALONKT. itoves, -Tinw P RESCUED FROM DEATH, William J. Coiiirhlin, of Somcrvill, Mass , pays : "In the fall of 187G 1 was taken with a violent bleeding op the lungs, followed ly a sever cough. I was so weak atone time that I couid not leave mv bed. In the summer of 1877 I 20,000 for ther to each child born, the la be the sole trustee of the monty. In less than a year the pair were embroiled. The wife was beat en by her lord, and finally put in a convent under plea that she was mad. For a time the father was in ignorance of the real state of alfairs as no .letters could pass from the in carcerated woman that were not first submitted to the husband. The ca.-e was brought before the American consul, and the father has betun rtroeeodinfrs to rescuTii- daughter A BORDER ROMANCE. TWO BROTHERS WHO FOUGHT A DUEL OVER A PRETTY GIRL. Jack Finehart had one love affair, and only one. It was his sole ro mance in life, and he was very chary in talking about it. But 1 learned the facts, and they form a startling commentaiy on border life, and the character of the man. lie and his brother both fell in love with the game girl, tho niece of an officer in the regular army, then stationed at Camp Douglas, Utah. Jack could make and keep a promise. He and his brother came to an agreement by which both men pledged them selves never again to see or speak to the young lady, the penalty for a violation of the contract beinir that the offender should die at the hands of the other. The brothers shook hands over the bargain, and each went his way. bix years after Jacl sought out his brother, traveling over two thousand miles to do so. He told him quietly that he had broken his oath, and wanted the compact, kent. The brother remonstrated but Jack was as firm as adamant. lie had forfeited a pledge, and was ready to die. The end of it was that the brothers met on tho bank of the Flatte river one lovely summer even ing. Jack drew a heavy derringer, cocked it, and handed it to his broth er. The latter drew off a few paces, leveled the weapon, and looked once more at Jack. "I can't do it," he said. Finehart stood there, solitary, tall, his arms folded, and an expres sion of quiet melancholy on his hand some face. "I am ready," was his sole renlv. The brother leveled the pistol, took deliberate aim, and pull ed the triinrer. Tho cart rid ire did not explode. Jack took one long quiet lookat at it,and, seeing his brot h- ,er was about to nre again, once more gazed at the river. Suddenly his brother raised his arm, and the dead ly weapon whizzed through the air, and found a resting-place beneath tho turbulent waters of the rushing stream. Jack advanced in anger. "You are a perjurer, "he said. "I would have killed you." And, dis daining the proffered hand of his away. a 1 eavfc up lM:t;, mil a uii:';u iomi m uw, VM. HALL'S 1JAL8AM FOIl THE LUNGS. I got. a bottle, when to my snrru-i.se and irratincr.tion, 1 commenced to feel better, and to-day I feel in bet tr spirits than 1 have in the past tlr.ee .years "I write this Imping every one affiict ed with Diseased Liinirs will be induced to take DH.WM. II ALL'S BALSAM FOliTHK LUNGS, and be conviiieed Hat CONSUMPTION CAN BE UL'KED." Sold by druggists. 1 New Jlilci rlisentents. TO FARSIEU9 nrid THRFSHERMEFJ. CSa If you want to tiny Threshers , li clvrer UuiUrs, Horse rovers or Knfctnes (either t'ortaDie or trac tion, to use lor thresliinsr, sawiiif? or for peneral purpose), luy U.e Qt-v,-.i linntr" L'OOlls. The ref!gS'S.'g3k Best is the Cheapest.'" For Price ' List end Illustrated Pamphlets, TTE.WT-j iser.t fr.-e) write to The Ai-i.tma VT''fr--' -yj i: Tavlou Ccur-AKV, Mansfield. V hard of hearing was, in one case, recom- Jar. I was so far g mended to tvut a cieca of loadstone into renort went around i i each ear and chew a piece of iron m las mouth! Mr. C. J. KnrrxEB, of the United States Patent Office, believed that, judg ing from what has already been done in various applications of electricity, with in the next decade we shall find our large telegraphic corporations operating their elevators, supplying motive power, heat, and light throughout their buildings, and electricity for their lines from one common source of power. The researches of Professor Quincke indicate that the change of volume of solid and liquid bodies under electrical influence is not due to heat, for the change produced in the volume of fatty oils is one of contraction. The same in vestigator has shown that electricity di minishes the elasticity of flint and Ger man glass, which is also said to be tha t case with India rubber, while the elas- ticity of mica and gutta percha is in creased. , A dairying company of London have a laboratory at which samples of milk : received from farmers are subjected to ; chemical analysis. Prizes have been of- j f ered by the company, which are to be j given those farmers whose milk supply j stands highest in quality during a stated j period of time. The samples of milk j are carefully examined by the company's j analyst, whose analyses and reports will j decide the competition for the prizes. It ! is expected that much valuable informa- j tion respecting methods for producing j the richest possible milk will be pro duced in this way. If elastic gum is warmed, then ex panded and wound in a spiral upon a glass tube or wire, and cooled for a short time in a cooling mixture, it shows no tendency to contract; but when it is sub mitted to hot water it returns quickly to its original length. The phenomenon can also be made to appear without the use of the cooling mixture. If one holds heated gum a second in an expanded condition it shows no disposition to re turn to its original length, but if one im merses it in hot water it contracts to one fourth or one-fifth of its original length. Maxwell has found that similar phenom ena are produced in gutta percha. For the purpose of determining the capacity of a horse to undergo the priva tions incident to a state of siege, a series of experiments have been made in Paris. The results show: That a horse may hold out for twenty-five days without anv solid nomishment, provided it is supplied with sufficient good drinking water; that a horse can . subsist on barley five days without water; and, thirdly, that if " a horse is well fed for ten days, but insuf ficiently supplied with water throughout this period, it will not outlive the eleventh day. A horse which had received no solid nourishment for twelve days was nevertheless in a condition to draw a load of six hundred pounds on the twelfth day of its fast. JKHMRl Sliliip: i mm m immmm ressed-ware, Furnishing Soods. AFCLLL1KKOP v ' . - : , helf Hardware'. Keivp always on baud a complete Stock rf Crpeuter's Tools, riles, Sfc- Heavy. Hardware, Iron, IV;: iU. ilorsc Shoes, Axt'S. Miit(o'k, picks. Mivr-I, Forks, Plow Steel, At. Agt nts for the Ce'drated Oliver Oliillert Plow, AND REPAIRS FOR SAME. W No'. 7 Step Stoves complete for $12 00 cash. Staves ceuuiuu unless our name ia ou the hartri iia the largest stuck r,f th kind hetweeu Kuoxvllleaud Iiri. A large Htock of FARMER' COOK STOVES on hand, with new and late Improvement None of theat U OAUDEJJ TOOU. cf ail kind . Field Hoes, Gram Bladea, Scythe Blad-Vfcv and eanHn Bristol. Koollns and i ut toi iiijjr a Wi-oliilt y. IX UUCU.M J :l'w feb VH1 If 2881 THE AFFLICTeD VRYWHERE. THE GREA TDIJ!?.'! in rn OF 8T MEDICAL THE AGE. Tue ancestors of Edgar A. Poe, tho poet, emigrated, according to italian ac counts, from Italy to England in the eighteenth century. People's intentions can only be de cided from their conduct. brother, he strode rapidly The two neyer met again. A Utic:i (X Y.) dispatch says: " Ex-Gov. Horatio Seymour is much- annoyed to learn that his namesake and nephew is believed to be laboring with Democrats afWash ington to further the ends flf Senator "Conkling, with whom he is connect ed by family ties. Gov. Seymour earnestly denounces all bargaining with-Senator Conkling or any other Republican as delusive, un-Demo-cratic, and destructive to the hopes of tho party in this State and in tho nation. The New York Herald, which tried hard to work up enthusiasm over the proposed world s tair m that city, has become disheartened over the prospect. It declares that "the idea is not popular, nor does it grow in popularity, " and its conclusion is that "tho wisest plan now is to aban don it "altogether." The Jerald seems to be but voicing the conclu sion to which the people of New York city, who were most interested iu the proposed show, had arrived at several weeks ago. The towboat "Oakland," lately took from St. Louis to New Orleans' barges containing 332,000 bushels of corn and four scows of ice a car go of 12,000 tons, which would re quire 800 cars and forty locomotives. Surely, railroads can never compete with this vast water highway. Advantages of being a numbskull : Tutor-" What is the dative of donum? What? Next? Next? Next?" Dunce "Do'no." Tutor "Correct; go to tho head !" The Office of a French Newspaper. Iraagine,"if you can, an English news paper oflice being converted into a fene- niji-saioon. and u you are able to stretau your fancy thus far you will nevertheless iail to form any idea of the scene pre sented last m?ht in the house of the Rue Drouot, built for the printing: and pub lishing of Le Figaro. It was announced a short time ago that a certain Baron di San Mal.ilo.the most redoubtable swords man of Italv, and who had acquired a notoriety as a fast man about Florence, intended to exhibit his prowess in Paris. The Fiyaro accordingly offered to him the hospitality of the house, for the pur pose of giving a private assault of arms, to which an exceedingly small number of invitations were issued, these being re stricted to -the best swordsmen of the metropolis and the writers on the paper. The publishing office is of itself worth a visit, and it is especially interesting to English journalists by reason of its being unlike any estalisnment oi tne kind in Britain. It consists of a large and lofty hall open to the roof, and surrounded by a gallery running round the hrst floor simuar to tnat wmcn is to be seen in many an English country house. The walls are adorned by admirably -printed irescoes, depicting episodes of the plays of Beaumarchais, of which Fiqaro is the hero, and the polychromatic orna mentation is gorgeous in the extreme. Ilich panoplies of arms are fixed against the Avails of the ante-rooms, and on the stair-cases are big vases containing hand some plants. The decoration of the cen tral hall is completed by pictures of the royal personages who have been guests of the staff of the Figaro, the Prince of W ales occupying the place of honor m the middle. A low platform was put down along the center of tins hall, and here the Baron di San Malato pitted him self against M. Merignac, the first Pro fessor of Paris. The Italian -appeared with a foil of a peculiar description, the handle of which he hold between the first and second finger, and he wore boots, which are here never donned iu the fencing-room, but are reserved for dueling purposes. lie exhibited extra ordinary supleness in his movements, and assumed attitudes which, effective though they would be on tho stage, would be dangerous "upon the ground." It was amusing to contrast the wild gest ures, the foot-stamping and "the defiant cries of the Italian, with the calni, quiet, unassuming bearing of his French antag onist. But it soon became evident in whose hands the mastery would remain, and after a bout which lasted more thai half au hour, M.-Merignac scored elever "palpable hits" against one doubtful touch of the Bardon di San Malato. Out of the most curious aspects of the even ing was the intense excitement exhibited by the few spectators, wbo were almost all adepts in the brilliant art Far it Cor. London Telegraph, SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVI TjOSf5C)f njrpetite, Nausea, bowels costive, Kin in theHead.with a dull sensation in the back part, Pain under the shoulder tlade.ullnesj? alter eating, with a disin clination toexertionofbody orjmind, Irritabiiity of temper. Low spirits. Loss ojFmemory, withafeelitig of having jieg lected soinedutyt weariness, Dizziness, fluttering of the Heart, Dots before the eyes, Yellow Skin, Headache, Restless ness at night, highly colored TJrine. IF THESE WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED, SERIOUS DISEASES W1L SOON BE DEVELOPED. TUTT'S FILLS are especially adapted to su h cases, one dose eil'ects such achange of feeling as to astonish the sufferer. They Iiiei euse tlie A s-Iol ite, mid cause tho bo1y to Tuk on I-'IckSi. thus the system 13 nourished. ami by tin ir'l'oiiie Ai-tiouon the Digestive i-yr:if.s, Kcs'iilar &tool are pro duced. Price cents. .Wnrrar St., N.Y. TUTT'S HAIR OYE, Gray Hair or WinsKFits changed to a (Flossy Hi-ack by a single application of this Dyk. It imparts a natural color, acts Instantaneously. Sold by DruL-sts, or siut ty ex ;rrs- nn receipt ot f u Office, 35 Murray St., New York. Dr. Tl'TT'S MAM AL or Vah.nl, V rnn.rtuatiim and & Lfccful Keeeiit will be itt&iltsl fr'UEE on airpUralion. GO WAN, McCLXJNG & CO. Hit 11 (Hi K Hull IIS CLD E3 ZEES .13 S A.-3STID HATS rjsr ens MERCHANTS ONLY, AT EASTERN PRICES. C4P1PIPMM TIIL. El- jmk. Turner. THE GENERAL JOB SHOP AND MANUFACTURER OF MAKE THE HOME Beautiful and Attractive AND ALL GOODS IN THE FOLLOWING LINES : Copper Srii.it liirif?-, ot A.ii Fui'iiacos,' Xnmp Work, fron I?ooiln-, lin ZR-ooiing-, tlste Rooling, Oil Ttinlcs, Magnificent I.arrjc Size AND ALL KINDS OF HEAVY IRON MILL WORK. GALVANIZED iHOrl CC1KICE AND ORNAMENTAL WORK, All work warranted to be first- , STEEL ENGRAVINGS ! At Prices Xtver Before Offered. class in pverv reject and satisfaction guaranteed. Mi MOTXO Houest Work I Honest Material ! Living Prices Shop Under Staub's Opera 1L feb 2 81 tf '.ISO, KWOXVILLE, TEfJN. C urti 11 Witt, S, Mil. BUILDERS OF $2.00 Engravings flailed Post paid, for 50 Cts. I3! 0 ebrated3 eC -r - STOMACH Why Suffer Necdlesmly- With the convulsing, spadmodic tortures of fever and agrue and bilious remittent, when Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, acknowledirtd to be a real curative of malarial levers, w ill eradicate the cause of so much suiTWinsr. No less effective is this benig-nai'.t alterative in cases of constipation, dyspepsia, liver rum phiint, rheumatism, and' in pc-neral debility and nervous weakness. For sale by all Drug gists and Dealers generally. ' BUGGIES AND PHOTONS Carrino-es Made to Order. ill kinds of Repairing attended to with Neatness and Dispa Superior Workmanship. teh. Best Material. nov 3 1880 ly Loivest Prices. KNOXVILL 1 Foundry and Machine Company, ff.VOI I'M Is j i Successors to ROCS AN. KKLLEY & CO., - - - 7'JV.V s s s: s -: 1THE ONLY MEDICINE n IX EITIIEB LIQUID OB I) BY F033I That Acts at the same time on THE LIVER, TEE BOWELS, AIID TEE KID Mi' 8. VVHY ARE WE SICK? Because we allow these great organs h. become clogged or torrid, and jmsonous humors are therefore forced into the llooX that should be expelled naturally. rm rfnt .-fflff n WILL SURELY CURE KIDNEY DISEASES, LIVER COMPLAINTS, PILES, CONSTIPATION, URINARY DISEASES, FEMALE WEAKNESSES, AND NERVOUS DISORDERS, by causing free action of these organs and restoring their power to tliroto off disease. AVliy naffer Kilious puinx nnd acheKl Why tormented nith Piles, Constipation! Vth jr frlglitened over disordered Kidncyxl Why endure uerrous or sick headaches! Use KIDNEY-WORTan rejoice in health. It Is put up in Dry Vecetohlo Form, in tin cansoue package of which inakc-3 nix quarts ot medicine. Also in Liquid Form, very Concen trated, for those that cannot readily prepare it. t"ETIt acts with eqiuil emciency In eitlu-r form. GET IT OF YOCK DItUGGIST. TRICE, 1.00 WELLS, BICUABDSON A Co., Troy's, (Will send the dry post-paid.) BrUMNGTOK, TT. MANUFACTUREBS OF MILL GEARING OF EVERY DESCRIPI'ION, Ciucular Saw Mills, And all kinds of Cuttings for vp right Suw Mills and Curiiage. Steam Engines i Built and Repaired. 'IOI.LOW-WARK A SPECIALTY, AND TIIK NICKS 1' AND llKSl" MADE IN l'H-K SOU I'll. yorxis and Grates of all Sizes, SiIt, Hill Plows an-l llov Castings, Cane Mills, The taste for EnnraviuijH inert-a. very daj nni . .. . n ... iuune wuic-u wo iuiiiiKu arc iiuc-iy iirint.'il ou aeavy plate paper ; size 20x21 ineh.-H, and are far superior te the cheap culond lithoyral lis rt-tailed at double the prico. Our list eiiibraetH the f olluw irg bi-antiful uubjtcts : 1. THE BABE OF BETHLEHEM. Th, b, t rep irsruuuuii oi me naiiviiy 'l :ti r Savloui ever ruDlisned. aaiMMU. L-ry lit antitully repreheiitUic doni'pii, jiary auu tne cuiia, J,mih .ii then return from Kyypt. 3 t UO.u rSIiOliE TO SHORE . An a!l. Kori-al en- Ki-avmg miKifeHtive-ot IJfe'H J .iir..ey fron t hihlhood to old ngo. One of the mot pip nlar snbject published. . Ki-lti.Ni TIME OK LIFE. lU-prewutintf a hp- I ) riiup in l uuureu, ail .alien, t!iyitif 11 the suauy nide of the hill. l.-,r.,s .,Ht. iiiK in their luidHt. 5. THE FIUSTLOVK. Itej.rew i,t . hoy of tei suiiiuieru, mirp-umled with bis pet cat, Very pleaning Mil.ject. C AN AltMKl'L. lii'pruM-utiiiK a ;;ttlo pirl in- vailina the saiK-tum of the Id cat with hei ha f-ili Ken kUteuH. 7. THESE A1U-: MY JEWETA. Ii,u.-tratiii(j th. elas.mc stury of . oriii iia, as h;r p int to her t'o sonw, and exclainm, he are im i.-wi Is." 8 THE 'A I I'll III. WIFE AT HOME. A sph u il d co.i.paiiioii pie.- to liie i..ruu i, if. a rep-resr-iitatioii (.r a i-harming ii.rident in thi life of the noble Luerctia. The abovo Engravings have hitherto been ohl for $.' 00 each. Ve will mail any ot the Iit ou re ceipt of 50 ci nts in postage xtamps Address I HILADELI'IIIA 1'UUI.lSHIxa CO , mch 23 3ia 72." Sausom Street. Practical Treatise en Midwifery, Iiy Horton Howard, 31. 1)., Giving elaborate inxtructiona in ill that pertaini io iue hi. ui-iiire, luueiiouH, au lioa tli of tlm Fr inaie organs oi oeneiatioii, and treutiug fully of uouception, uules for tli pieventinn of ("oucep. uou, iievoiopnieiit, IMlmr, Aurnmg, I)i,eae of tlie woniU, 11 t i;. meilieK, etc The whole being reuoerea in re plain liy many exceedingly 1m- )orUnt II.I.lrilA lION.S I.argo octavo, cloth bound, w ill I sent .y n a-.I upon receipt of tl. PHILADELPHIA I'UDLISHINO CO., n;ch 2 3m 725 SauB.j.nj Street. PIJV1PLES. I will mail (Free) the roein-i for a nimiuV Xv.a- ktabi.k. Halm that will reinove TAK, FHECKLES PIMPLES and J1LOTCHF8, h aves lb kln m.tt, clear a-.d teanMfnl ; alxo inKtruction for produc ing a luxuriant growth of hair on a hsldhiad or smooth face 'Address, inclosing 3c rtampt Ii-n, Vaudi lf li Co , 5 IleeViuan St N. Y. apr M O111 Ruilyihid Ciist 'i i.i i Columns Str it BOOK I3IIVrirVGM EXKCLTED NEATLY And Cheaply, in all its Various lorins, Y lUMNGINU Oil SENDING your ordetis to this office, where the same will be dispatched quickly, eatisiactorily and on leasouable teruia . June 16, 'SO tf. 7?j-.sm Ctt.stimjs, Door Si'.W Window Sills, Sash Weiulils. nul l',itilu(ii,(f Grates, and Riiiklrm' Castings aenendly. AGENTS FOR THE Eclipse Double Turbine Water-Wbeol, StilluutVs I Aim M'xtritcllns; llenltrs, timUiidxoii's Staitd urtl Governors for Stentn Engines. Castings of every description made to rrder aLd Macliinery of all kinds repaired properly and with dispatch. ttf We invite persons having ary clata of woi to do in our liue to give ua a call. n.arl9'7il THE BEST IN THE MARKET Fourteen different size and klrda. Five gizes with Enameled Reservoirs.' Adopted to all requirements, and priced to suit all punca. LEADING FEATURES: Double Wood Doors, Patent Wood Cratf , Adjustable Damper, Interchangeable Autc matic Shelf, Broiling Door, Swinging llenrth riate. Swinging Flue-Stop, Reversible Gaj Burning Long Cross Tiece, Dcmble Shorf Centers, Heavy Ring Covers, Illuminated Fin Doors, Nickel Knobs, Nickel Panels, etc. TJnequaled In Material, "In Finish, and In , Opevation. Manufactured by ISAAC A.'SHEPPARD & CO., Baltimore, Md. AMD FOB SALS BY D. P. HOWE & CO., Morriatovro, Tcnu. TO CONSUMPTIVES. 1 ue aavertlner. havinir been Dernuentlv cure.l of tliat ilread di ase, Coiisntnption, by a simple remedy, is anxious to tnake known to bis fellow auflei fru the means of cura To al' who desire il he will scud a copy of the prescription used, (free 01 cnarge.j wua tue airm-tious lor preparinsr and nnintf tne same, which they w 11 find a KUKE Cl.KK for CONSUMPriON, ASTHMA BHO. CHITIS, t-c. 1'arties wishinx the Prescription, will please xiorrKK. nrv. r.. A. MlirflU.N, l'Jt I'mD ht., Willian:burgh, N. Y. apr 20 Cm AGKNTS WASTED Hinr Pay. Light Work. Steady Employment. Kampie freo. Address, M. L HVliN, 4 Naaeau 8trett, Kcw Xork. ERRORS OF YOUTH. A GENTLEMAN who suffered for years from Nervoua DEHILI TY, PltKHATl'KK DECAY, and oil th effects of youthful indiscretion, will for the nuke of unrTei iun humanity, seul free to all ! ne-d It, tho refjm and dirn-tions for making the simple remedy - l y whli be w cured. Sufferers wishing to proBt by the ad vertiser's experience ca.n do so by addratastn ft in perfect confideaco. JOHX H. DEN, 42 Cedar 8t.t New York. CO apr 20 6m .' ATTACIHIENT Tn'OTICE. lief ore Allen Baker, a Justice of the Peace for Orceno County. State of Tennessee, Greene County. At Baylcu r$. W. F. Crane. SN THIS CAUSE IT AFFEATC u to m fro-n the alndavlt of the plaintiff, Ai Hayleaa, that the defendant, W. Crane, is a non-resident of the Slat of Tenueakee : It ! therefore ordered by me that publication be made in Tn Mouhwtowsi OaztTTK for four consecu tive weeks, ntifyiu the aaid defendant, W. V Craue, to. appear before rue, Allen Baker, at mj office, near the tnonth of Lick Crrek, Greent County, Teun., ou TUE8UAY, the Slst DAY Of MAY, 18S1, or the same will be proceeded with h niTt. - ALLEN HAKEE, J. P. AprU27, 18S1. (pj) w: L- '-ooens . . v t , w r. rK,.l!Y ' . a i s . ROGERS, & PERRY. - v . . . ' WHOLilSAIE i iia- "U." j Juiquor Dealers. ' 4 Sour Mash Lincoln County Whiskey, Copper - Dis tilled Corn, Rye and Bourbon Whiskies. APPLE ' BRANDY- A SPECIALTY. Vetsh iUtstoiuvrs im! :rjirttif. Tiiruikful they will con Quick Sales and Small rof. Mir frit mis for tlu-ir liberal jmtroiingo Iiojhj tirtihi with r,. 4 ' SAY STREET, - - Ortleis fsAkt'tcd and Sutinf.icli.ui Cuarantl. KNOXVILLE, TENN. oct3Tily. THE n 'Jl W I M IT w L L, 1 w o Its SHUTTLE Its WEEDLE ; Is Sdf.thicadin?. , In Sf-srl(fn. ITS BO E B INC AN BE FILLED WjTiIOUT EEKOYING WORK OR ATTACHMENTS. Ho simply cu!itriirl ! .. WARRANTED l-. tit-rutinu, ih.t , chil l an n. 11. FOR I"VE "YEARS. 1 1 n.wj; a veil, i.i xv. ok . 1 : . . i 1 ) Needles, Oil, Finding's and Attachments FOIl ALL MAC 11 1. XLS. Machines Jit paired by the Finest Workman in the South. (JKNIiUAIj AtSKNT Vi) i:ast tkni:ssi-:k foktin: BAZAAR GLOVK-MTTINC; PATTKRNS. flbJH1-,y . S. P. A.np;el, .Send f.r Catalo-ao.... ...V . KN ( ) X V I J J. I T 1 1 N N . 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