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ol ntr-red t th Po-.t Oflee at Mnrr1itown, Tenn a second c1m matter . THE MORRISTOM 6AZSTIE. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1,1381. A aloiuinabIc accident to mr prow, jnst after our outside pages had gone to press Saturday, Ibrees us to "en-pmaU-' our fdieet this week, in order lo accept the kind otter of our neigh lor of the Times, who tendered the use of his press in the emergency, and thereby enables us to appear on time. Wo hop to he all right at home before the next su The following is a statement just issued bv the census oftice in regard to the population of a number of towns m Icnnes-see: TOWS. KnoiTilie Wfi KnoxviUe.. MpchanicavUle . . . Morrwtowu .... ifaryiriUe Itix-'kwood Jackson . COVHTt. Kliox .Knot tnil .HMtibleri.... .Blowut Roan.... . Ha.looD..... 9.90 1,224 1,11a 1.350 1.098 1,011 6,377 The local ejections in Virginia, on last Thursday, so far a heard from, pan out badly for the .Ntahone-Ue-publidin-Koadjusor combination. Abingdon, Wythevillo. Lynchburg. Norfolk, Portsmouth and Petersburg have given more than usual Demo cratic majorities, the number of votes east Wing considered, and hare re pudiated the unnatural combination ty the election of Democrats fur clerks of the County ami Circuit Courts. Thomas Alexander S"ott, ex-prcs-identof tlie Pennsylvania utd Tex as Paeifie railroad, died Saturday morning, the 21st hist., at Philadel phia, of paralvsis. aged titty-seven - a" 1 years, lie was born in lonuon, Franklin county, Pa., was lett an or phan and partlj reared by an uu ele. From a humble start he work ed his Jway np to the front rank of railroad men. Yanderbilt called him the greatest railroad officer that er lived. F110AI THE SEAT OF WAR. J.ETTmiS OF A TOY AG Ell. C0XKLIXO AND RIS COZfOllfSl v.y XrAWtttlS A XI) TWXVS AS CONFIDENT. j. V&m'VOME. A ppecial Albany -dispatch to m j A:rrf;Kli. Conkling cofttomponiry says ttvat In I 0- 'Vm Wis1, May 55, 1881. that city the stalwarts are workinrg ws co-Vfe'KQ'CtKc'K-. like le-RV-ers and re raising & r-1 T- SSiW ? xiia; ceptibl-c . reaction. Telegrami -are Mv DfcAfc Iffcirs Since .you were being sent all over the State for w'li- ;oo5 e.ig 6 give fc.ae lo ivy liast y, ers alid lhvY jane crowding in On ey- j incoherent, wayside note of "last week, ery train-. Net ft I'Vlerahffiee-htdd- and to latrcl it " No. 1," tire inference is er of any consequence is present that you are lx)liiii out for No. 2" to for the thwarts, but scores of State folow We1 j pre8,ime you bavc dllly appointees are here. Thousands of j apprecialMl ,he peri, aml COUnted the u iii! muio iiuiu iicn l uuv outllies j men have been pouring 7h upon Speaker Shurpe,. urging mm, to -se even' effort to have Conkling and Phttt returned to the Senate lor the honor and integrity of the Empire State, The w ires yet continue to be laden with these message. The Robertson party held a conference lasting from U until 11 rod oclock, and selected two candiatcs for the United States Senate in the place of Conk ling and Piatt, and will put them betbre the Joint Assembly Tuesday. 31st, to be voted upon. do v. Cornell is one and his name is announced. There haw been an understanding between the Robertson leaders upon Cornell's name at Albany, but the matter was not formally fireught tip, discussed arel adopted Until last night'H caucus. The itoniiHtitu is I erst of opening your columns and giv ing loose rein to one who, !n years gone hyt rr$ 1n ffofrre degree ifllieted v.th the "newppspcT fever' a malady tliat, iri old toper's weakness, knows no Jimit&tn. So, if j'ou have incautious ly put your foot in it, this tSme, you were old enough to have known better, and mi st enciure the constquenees like a phKowpher. For, ns 1 "wander up and down" through this ftoodly land, 1 intend that you shab tvtr and anon, hear from me. THE " GOorvTTlfE colxo" FOIt ?4oRBm- TOWN NOW AT HAM, Local 'Abies and Other News. hopeful and a friend returned with the license. And did j-ou really think I meant it ? .Why this is the richest joke of the season." And euch is the "ro mance" that had given spice to the Sun day School Civention. " And is the young lady aboard ?'T I asked. "There she is, with the veil over her face." I took a sly glance and through the in terstices of the gauzy covering beheld a face of tare "beaut y charming as that of an Ilouii and I involuntarily sighed to think that such witchery could not look to grander eonaaests. The incident affords a fine text for moralizing, but I viuvtfti. a I. c j ti in uni in ii j .lii'ic A ARV SM'PoaVANT FACT ABOUT THE FituiT crop. t'll Deccmbci Vhat about the fruit crop, dear Ga-j' rp EETTE--for a little variety s sake ? Sly S!1VS tht, 1V(i ru i..IS struck the observation is that, from Sweetwater to j wu'.;l( J that sec tion. Biistol, the orchards are already loaded j - with promises of as heavy ayield as has j Several j.apers speak of the pn s cver been seen In East Tennessee. And ' locl 1' uiJ to- be do our pefple fully realize the Value f j ''-tf y'j all this at this particular time, especial- j The decoration of YWal gi-iwcn ly ? In the Northwc the crop is al- I ;n tlC Xatio'iial ( Vmelery. at Knox- Karly potatoes a failure. Most all the gardens are burnt up. A Romantic Ktenrsion to Whit Well," is on tile for insertion. Uewley's rats have siu-eeoded at iuiht in ;dead '-beatwig luu. liriscoe. Portions of Esxt Tennessee had a slight frost on the morning of the 2VVtlu As no postmaster was confirmed for Kuoxville. Mr. Rule holds over I " . . f TV. ie jK'iLr couniv r e j n Alas! for Mi I-Vrd Hosc-e! him it cannot be truly said f it Tin: 7,7:. (7 p And now it is charged that cx Seerctary of the Treasury ,lohn Slicr man. at j.fsent rvu? of t!ie Senator fioin tlii'. is mixed up in the Treas ury scandal in n manner that is like ly to bring down digra'e,up'ii him. John Cooler was t lei !edu ion-table of th Mrri-tcwn ditr-t. till a v.eaiuy .;ih'1 by the removal from the ."state of Win! HMt. or. n-l Stnrdiv, bv a v rv haudotue ma jority. Jlv deserve., ii higher hot.or. AM) a no rrv n: son i.n cox Cr i ton, s. c . M-iv l':. -l. T ' tt. I'J.t -r of 1 M rr.t "n lihj u.- ; Our trij a i.. the iiioun tains a r i Up the IVcIKh l'.l.; I. lii tW ith-t.IT- I ing the hot. dry wt-atlicr and du-t. road-, wa- rather a plea-nut oi.e l'!eai!it at h-a-t to .Mr. Ilarle, I, eau-e he had wiiiic line t"t 1. in f ... 1 condition and was p.ing to a:e. cell. nt mat het; and to me, ,. n ... o .. I II . . I . 1 . .mi. .ie.. Diaeiv. an e;:H'ioee ai ' ,,. .... j i..oop s uw mill. li:M Ins leit .an. I sei ioum in n ae i'ie!iiau t i,. , i ; coming in contact Tttn a saw :i i Tuesday of la-4 'eek. Me i- an i industrious, hober man. and ?hv :n ei- j V aoi-. atrl al- bee;HI-e J , ;m j.,,. !U'' .-,,. ltd s iT'aji ,r lies. I KlieT 1 Uolll.l ri. . t liHi !. Is f good lii. lid- lit ( ll'it.,;, vl... 'in. t.n i i I urn. I l.e r.tilio.i l !;.i, t!..- Tn re !t no h u ml '!'-. At ha-t. it a' eai- to oik i!,e l u-ile to e thne or f.nir hundred able 1 .;, dent is a clamity l-riiuilv. to him and his ' oi l .i :it 'I he leted d w -i k. 'radne KW. mile, great dal readj, pronounced n failje. In Dela ware and New Jersey, whore fruit is the staple, tlve orchards are already bar- In Georgia, there will ville. took ph'e la-t Monday, ristown and its encouraging prospect As I passed on up the road, and reflect ed upon the history of railroad cn-i struction in East Tednessee, I could not but think what a mistake Morrfstown 1 lie army worm is playing sa havoc in the wheat, elover and g-ass on the farm of 15. R. Strong, near Kho ville. We rHr L'ratitied to learn that the : M"d. a i strawberry itival hehhit the Cain ' " low thai I House, la'-t Thursday evening, tor: hemg d-ne tuov b - . I T I 11 i aiMive .i.ar-i ail a :'i!.ir :i r i ." (u:il!v e..i l. i- w .' -lo iji. . of v...i !s !o:,e j-, it. I r.t ! i i 1 In i h fi e Tom. Administration men in the Assem bly. Cornell has agree! and accep ted th5 nomination in Conkling's place whenever Conkling retires or goes down in the race. The half breeds leel sure now of defeating Couklmg ana' t'latt and boldly an nounce their programme. The name of the other Robertson candidate was fully agreed upon at the c:!CU, but it is withheld tor the present. He is acceptable to the Cornell stalwarts n well as to the Administration men. lie is a law yer of national reputation. At mkl night the stalwarts had lifty names on their call for a caucus, needing, four to have the requisite number. Two of these have ordered thpii W.-1). Smith. V rc-5 President for ! names taken off. All say they will' Hamblen county, appointed by the i l,e put on the Robertson.list. ' That East Tennessee Sunday School Con-j WM be six signatures for the stal-j warts to obtain to procure ft nomi- made with the approval of nil the had marie in the direction given to her rpn ftr fli wnnr "-. .nil n.niim1iir T ennkf of Alor- J A y a "i'i . v i . . i . . . - . - i ---- ,. -. i . . , Xow is East Tennessee's opportunity. Dried fruit, er n under the careless management of our people, has ftecn for j years, one oi our most varnar'? exports. Willi proper attention, this year, the usual income from that So.l-ce may Lu be easily douhlec or treoled: for 'dried fruit, in the next market will command ! (Governor Ili'.wkins Appointed P. vention, recently held at Rogers ville, has appointed the following executive committee for the current vear: J. C. Hodges, J. II. Mc V 'lister, W. R. Buchanan, C. 1). Riggs, Sam. Holston. Said committee will meet at the Court House, in Morristown, on the lirsfc Monday in June, at 12 o'clock, m., to arrange the work, for the year. AH the members arc ex ected to be present. Jinox ville Chrekf". TiIF. Mor nisTOw.v (I azettk of this week pub-li-died an able and exhaustive let ter from Jtrclge Jas. T. Shields, which occupies neirr 8 column of that pa-n-r, on "The best and ir.ost direct route from the waters of tlie Ohio to the Southeastern Atlantic States and their parts." The letter is in I he intrcst of tbv new Morristown, ('ambcrland Gap. .md Ohio ratlitad reeently cn-ganid, and contains, in addition, 8cT?uo valuuble historical facts and " statistics roircerning East Tennessee's unlimited resources. nating caucus. They have until to- night to iretthem. Ifthev cannot fjret them, there will no nomination cau cus, and names will be put in nomi nation in joint session of both houses on Tuesday, when the "half breeds" will nominate Governor Cornell and an administration man The Democrats have adopted a a policy of silence, and they hold aloof from both Republican factions. It is settled b eyond a doubt that the Democrats have resolved to abstain from all alliance with cither Robert son or the stalwart laefion on the question of voting for caucus candi dates, if a caucus is to be held and nominations made, but have deter- first enterprise. I mean mistake tn tLc light of the present day, and not as con ditions existed twenty-five ycftrs ago t Just consider, iny dear sir, if it Were possible to lift up the entire ro&d from Morristown to Wolf .Creek, and " turn It over,' towards Cumberland ap, how much more it would be worth to your town, jmt at diia juncture 7 Could such j a reversal take place, Morristown would at once holdthekey to the whwle North western situation. But twenty-five years ago, the Cincinnati Southern existed only in wildest, vagxrest dreams. The Louisville-I.ebanon branch was serious ly contemplate! only as a short way Side feeder to the trunk line. There was little, if any, inducement to tempt East Tennceece in vestments northward except pessibly as in the case of the K (now K. and O.) road, to reach a coal bank or an iron bed. 7'heX, all the hopes and energies of East Tennessee turned to the South, and, rernembering all the circumstances and conditions of that time, I have no criticism to make upon the sagacit3' of the projectors and build ers of the "Buncombe" road. Only, wouldn't it be a splendid thing if you were now running to the Gap instead of to Wolf Creek ! Your CRily Northern connections would be already assured and the "Buncombe" would necessarily spring at once into renewed existence. But, be patient ! " There's a good time coining,'' John, in spif of all hindran- j ces. That "blaistcd war" reversed the j II'.' Reeves has been con S -r . if lit. . l irmea as i . r. .Marshall ior me Eastern District of Tennessee. He will make head (Jieuters at KnoxviUe. i i i ue I'i'iiHii' ii in ot me i resin ten i . u i . ....-.. . . ti i . . . . 1 enure i ol this p!:o-e. was not only a ' , -o,. .., i deligl tful social but an er.coiiraiiinu' ,',I,:.V .ippn-eiate th. 11. t tnifiiif i.il sneCes-i the net rveemtx 'lOUol Ii'i.ni ll.i' . lltnW.ntvng' fo iUut .:;7. a higher price thin has been realized for ten years. This is a very important matter, and you could not do a better service, friend John, than to warn the people against the customary waste of their Tiu't. There i.-j rrwrn money this year in peaches and apples than iu corn or wheat. Sound the fict ! Of polities' but, ' hold. I'll say no more now. .Yours, YovAok.il. Williams, a colored man. foal oil in spector at Memphis. The position is worth 2,500 per year. V e learn from DOCTORS IX COXCLA YE. " SAWBOXES" REPORTS A VASE. To the Editor of" The MorriRtown Gazette r I see from the papers that the medical and K ' ge,1'b'men have been holding a conven tion at AashviIIe. jjast spring it was at Knoxvilk, and I was anxious to attend; but it wts an epidemic season, and 1 could notleitve home. But when I saw they were taken around in carriages to Island Home and to Cowan, McClung & Co.'b storeand the feasting ! I deter mined to attend the net convention at Knoxvillc, epidemic or no epidemic ! formers :iiitl tlir i t it ii n I n r foiiiiti- tliMt tlt . . s, , . , i I-arson wheat crop is greatly (lamage t ny i the continued drouth, fly and rust, ! and the o;ts erctl t an entire failure. Thr !:irgr Al'd .libly loated biicK building, corner of Alain stt ett and the iuiielVri.K rro-.iit, u, occupied by Maj. A. II. t iregir. gen erally known as the lVttigrew Imihl ing. was sold on the 2"t!i iu-tant. uidcra trust deed executed to attor ney Jsmes P. Kvans tlr the beiu tit of Ja-. 11. Carson, deeea-ed. of ,b f-(-iv'i-.ti- Tin. i wi i.-i-i-i !-. r.t' ,?J ' 1... --!.. le.vi-or 1.,.,.,, I,..,.,.e-.tl r.l to Coil pgr. the rroi.ertv wa- bidoifby W. T. RuWll lor 1 bo C..1- h :d 1 to ,.u .:-! t! , Ie h.id 1 I". J , "I t 'll I i e ' . : -1 .Ok it lege at JfJ-.Hu). wit? The Uiei ir-'i: t,t it Girls do not alv.ays mean what they say, and some of them are wicked enough to da in jokes. Vide 'YoyagerY' little Ji.igersTillo incident." ( f he Fifth United States Artillery T;tin!. plat-toned at AtT?nta. ha- sig nified its acceptance of the invitatioil to furnish the ulilsie lor the Con clave of Knights Templar in Knox viUe. and they will arrive thct e on the night of the Hth. We are requested to state that, owing to the communion sorvi'v to be held on next Sabbath at the Presbyterian church in Morristown. La?t Year thvre was a convention of there will te no preaehinir at 11 n- ' I I . 1.1 ..! i clocti on that day at the M. I.. ! Church, South. medical men at New Orleans. From all parts of the United' States they were there. The object was to exterminate Yellow Fever. Kach ohe wore a ribbon attached to the lappe'I of his coat. They made long speeches which were report ed in the newspapers. One fharle a .nuppli trl-irxT of munv rtises of vellow courses of development, in many ways, ; f , snvv?on :l plantation near New liut in none more marked than in refer . Oilcans. Thenext was from a man wl o Tlie etate of the lion. Railie Pey ton i- about "to be ndd Under tore closure of mortgage. A petition is in circulation among turfmen to save the property, which is tlx' sole inheritance of his only surviving child. Aliss Kmi I e Pcvton. I ... ....,!.. :,. e v.,ri rr.,r,o l-oi-l ilie ntlier nvm w.-is mistaken that ' . . - n ... mined to vote With Cither on a mo- ;,i o ,oc; In tbere was no yellow fever there, etc: : . HS,lf. I,. '(ilu. ami .am tion to adjourn. Thev hope by this ! SC ? b lh (,li,s",ci Dl, Porte--, of Memphis, whokne more McKinney haVe rold their stock .,, to create a unlit in the KeiurWW-m i vvo1'"J- , about yellnw fever than nil of them, , t he Peoples Lank of Kuoxville to ranks ami Secure i tie oi i emo But enU!l of V"U fvf ,lsC vrescnU tPh : "(ientlemcn we know j t,?s. R. yVnM. ('u. M,.(;hee luls tio s, m ri,ft Z ?, ll'ewSo'i At another lin:e, pcrhnp, 1 niU try to j kd , and , hat I , JV(wi)cm,, yn, the The ceiebration of the iO anni wersary of the Meeldenburr declara tion of independence, at Cli.V?otte, X. C, on the 21st, attested the vnn ration in wlitch the ineniory the revolutionary sires is helQ in that part of the old "Nerth State. Prom early morning tha countr- people crowded into the city, and when the procession Jbrmed in the afternoon it was of iinpt,siiig proportions, fcotlt military aaid civic. General John A. Young read the Mecklenburg Declaration -of Independence, and Col Charles 21. Jones, editor of the Cliarlotte Observer, delivered an exceodiitgly ppTO,jriate address, during which he adverted to the Afecklenburg declaration as marlving an impor tant era in the progress of American civilization, and concluded with an doquent tribute to the heroes who oou snoutder io- snou der on tpe ChCHter jron,e Journal ; " The Rcla nun ei f.uii 11 .i eeivit"iiijiii?r i r i ifi i: .. . ...j iu.it.. i t s , . i . , , , , ,.'? i nous anu iuues oi ine l ress to tne The Post's Washington says: Speaker .Randall has gone to Albany to study the situation. He will try to give affairs is itch a direc tion as to get one or both the vacan cies filled by Democrats. Failing in that he will throw his influence in favor of the return of Conkling and Piatt. Dr. Ii. Ii. 0. White, editor of the r i -t i a . r j. i ji "ii""" j-ic-nji, ovci eiarv oi me lOUnessee Press Association, notifies the member.? of that iMxfy, through a ci'rculu- letter, that the eleventh annual meeting of the Association will be heM at Chattan ooga, eo.mii?encing Thursday, June 10th. The public literary exercises, this year will comprise an oration by General Alex. W. Campbell, of Jack son; an address by Suih. AW Small, of Atlanta, Ga. ; a mini poem by Col D. M. Wisdom, of Jaclrson'. In ad dition, original essaj's Vvilf be read by the following ' prottibiials "The Influence of the Prcs in De veloping Liberality in '.Religious Thought' by W. J. Slatter, Win . I I., o. X-rO....r :,. 'I' ""' """ o v..-, - r i ... 1 1. special j"""- ...c jportof his own case, with tlie unhiMrt! n.-snuzauon staim.- : .io-vj-h u. ... i "Li j.. in i -.-.. ....... : or inni'ims. niuiirn'ii in our n-iiier. i .n,u iitir, ire-meui, . 1 v. ... 1 1 . n. 1 1 . mi J: , A. .Mo-es. Imnlc- the sea-beard will ncessari'y take 3Ior- i reminds me that every mrdical praai- ' (''arfhk'l' : lioner should report to the newspapers i if.,Tftiri O Irflt nno en3i f.f l lm 1 iriv:i i 1 i m ills- ! t ristown in its route. an ijccirvEXT" yot rtr i.iwk cs the ! ease comics under his observation; and rKOfRA vn-r I I will, therefore, now make rrpmtuf Wrh, I really have almost begun my fll-?t case in this spring e to! mean by spring epidemic, " strife lor country and for liberty. On Tuesday evening, of last week, fit London, Otittaric as tile steamer Yictoria.with a party of excursionist estimated at 600 on board, was re turning from. Spring J?Ani?, and when near the Cove railway bridge, one mile below the city, the boat began to oscillate, caused bv the nurge of crowd from one to the other jide of the vessel, when all at once the supports of the upper deck gave way with a terrible crash on account of the unimtural- position and great weight imposed over the railings. Thw peoplo tumbled in hundreds headlong into' the deep water, and to make the terror more terrible the whole of f he" upper deck; and' sup ports went crashing down upon the wretched victims, tearing and bruis ing the struggling mass and engul fing tlreirrin a dreadful watery toriib. Many of the lkdlc when they were afterwards taken from the water were found to- he terribly bruised and mangled from the crash of -the timber which came down frohi the upper deck; and in many cases the features bore ther evidence of the desperate struggle which must have taken place. 3lore than two hun dred escursiotHsts were drowned. Al most all business is at a stand-htill. and crowds Hue the "streets- discus sing tho pad calamity. A HcrJemn fitiliucss prevailed in "the city ; fiaga wore at half maet and blU ere toUfd. Country in a Political and Partisan Sense," by 11. 31.. Dickenson. Paris Intel I ur ; ''Our Con n t ry Kx-changes,-' Jh Baskette, Murfrces boro iVrf ; " The Dignity of Jour nalism," Loui J. Rrooks, Jackson Wlof; ;'Thv Intelligent Composi ltor.' W. T. Griscom, Ch attanoogft Cummvrri'iU. In striking contrast with the pudt tical tirades against the South diVr iug the recent extra session of the United States Senate is the testi mony given by Bishop J- R. Thomp son, colored, at the session of the African Jlethodist Episcodal Con ference itx New York city. Bishop Thompson asserted that any man, while or colored, couM live pea ceably in the South, provided he attended to his own business. The white, Southern . people were con tributing liberally, -both in land and money, to colored churchc?. arid on question of education Were wholly in accord with' their colored brethren. This testimony "clearly offsets the charges of oppression and cruelty recently brought in the Senate by Senators Dawes, Hoar and others, coming as it docs from a man who knows what he is talklig about. The examination!" in tli pnhlic schools of Knoxvilld camo off .last week, and the papers are full of compliintntfiry nvtcs Of teachers and! pupils, fancying myself a denizen of the city Vr . i i e V J . . . , , ... ,! about fofty-nve years ld. fetie hil that is to he, have caught the spirit of ' ,je su!jcr-infj poweffully from m i . .-r rr jf .1 i . leei mat i was again a1- i om .ann s any, gn-cus m-tami . I was called to a d me powerfully from mis local expectations. I am hut a poor re- J ery spasms. I dared not do anything to tailer of "incidents of travel," but.l j releive her Until all the old women in ni i.n you .!,. ,n d..H.g ur ts::';;:;!;'i'r,:k,z,,',',s with you last week, I met at the "June- aIion Eich one prescribed. Wa mix tion" quite a number of persons return-j ed all the prescriptions and gave it to inir from the Sunday School Convention I I'o w oman. I then got out my hype- Thc hhiVxville paper's .luiiotlneo the turnip eijiat owiu i m me new ear maiiu I factory to be established in that fit v. rdomy woman, i The w:ork of erecting the building will begin in a week or two. and it isprotnised that the manufactory will in operation turning out car be fore the first of Aii-rust. at Rogersville. I was struck with tnc preponderance of youth in the party. They were mainly gallant looking young men and charming young ladies. In deed, had I not been otherwise inform ed, I must have mistaken tliem for a gay party of "pick-nickers" returning from their woodland sports. Passing on Up toward Greeneville to which place the fairest section 6ecmed destined 1 could not help over-hearing and becoming in terested in tlie " car-talk" alt around me. It was y fortune to be seated near three or four is sweet looking blossoms as ever grew in the "rose-bud garden of girls." It watmianifest from sundry sub dued and mysteriously vague utterances which now ant! then broke upon my ear, that nomethina '.'romantic" had happen ed. An old "curiosity" is as curious as a young ohe, so. falling in with a com municative "deiegate" I " pumped" to the extent of ascertaining that, while tlie Sunday Schos! business was in full blast tt ltoeisville, a somewhat cmbar rassinsr finsta had taken place in regard to a " subject" not down in the pro gramme." It seems th:it a lertain cuit low youtha good Sunday Scho.d boy who shall here be nameless, but whose domicil its said to be Knoxville in his business visits to an upper East Tennes- see town, hnd become " spooney" to the extent of lavishing all the softer feelings of his young heart upon "the pride of the village." tlis ardent wooings had been Vain, though oft she did smile upon him. Quietly, yetfladly, though not al together hopelessly, he had nursed his wounded love. At Rogersville, through the Were coincidence that both were "delegates," the two met. Young Knox ville, perhaps, relying, id his fresh hopes, upon the new " tie that binds," &H. , returned to the Beige and again pro posed Y es, was tbc 'thrilling re sponse that electrified hi in. . " Are you in earnest this tima '" timidly, doubt inglyt he " In earnest ? Certainly, sir, go and get the HeeDse and a preacher," she. " Ha 1 ha I ha f" broke forth the wicked little tonaciiti-r, when the 3 fung dermic sviinec. Wis held anol her con sultation. One woman had great influ ence with the rest, on account of her having had nineteen children all by one husband, and he the commonost son of a man at that ! She had bi ought with her a phial nf rattlesnake oil, and it was detei mined 1 should use thut. Then we applied a poultice of half a bushel of boiled onions to trie whole body. Ir less than misery spasm wasgonc a chew of tobacco, and went to tsleep ! This was on Wednesday. On the next Sunday she assisted at a revivnl five miles distant and gave io an experience that lammed anything ever heard in these parts. I think this treatment -rould have re lieved Tate. I admit that his case whs aggravated by the preachers. The prom ise I hey hold out of scorching is not en couraging to the sinner, anil this may account for his blasphemy. Will my friend Dr. Jarnigan, of Mos sy Creek, 'report a case, coming under his observation, and oblige, Sawboj.es. The Baltimore fjtin of last Wed nesday contains a review of that pa per's career from its foundation, and the celebration of its forty-faurth anniversary. We have repeated lv cspressed the opinion that the tiut was a model newspaper, and one of the most reliable and successful in the world. Its system of gathering the news of the day and presenting H'iiva dear and comprehensive manner, condensing the general news, and enlarging upon that of greater moment, is unequal lot even 1y the host of the New York dailies. Long may the San continue-'to 'Mime for all." The annual examination of classes in the Morristown Masonic Female High fclii'nl Wi'l COttintcnce iii the Academy bitilditig cm Mottd.ly nCtt. the Cth of June, and continue until 4 o'clock, p. m., of Wednesday, the blh. The patrons and friends of The school arc urged to attend these ex ercises. . Wc are reqnestrd to annMiixi that an hour the last the Order of Geod Templars of d ! Siie asked for Morristown Lodge will make a pie- nic excursion to S'pdut's Spfhi. three nines north of the irtwif- tm Saturday, June 11th. Hacks will be in attendance to convey those de sirous of participating in the enjoy-" ments of tho day to and frota the grounds. Thirteen thousand pounds of straw hemes, of home production, were' shipped from Chattanooga on Tuesday of last week, and 132 per sons were engaged picking berries on 'Wednesday. A gentlentan re cently in that city was informed that hundreds of pounds were being destroyed by the wet weather. Children.? Diseases. When we "consider through what a ninltitude oT diseases children have to pass, we are surprised to see hot rnany there are who reach the years of maturi ty. 'There Is no help for these diseases. CliiUren must have the fneaslas, w hoop jng cough, mumps; $o. There are some troubles, however, for which-aomething can fce done". Mr. TTlo'slo's Vermi fuge, wilf expel worms sftrely aud quick ly,: and children have enough unavoid able ailments to ass- through without beisjr allowed to suffer witTi worms, vheu thpy cau Le sa easily relieved. J. F. Owen, Postmaster at Sweet Water, recently brought suit against the Last Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia railroad for two years car rying the mail from tho road to the office, a distance of 100 yards, nd recovered damages for if 1)75. He can i)i 1 tho mail two years before he knew it was the duty of the railroad to do it, which is one case w'hetV ignorance has proved financial bliss. Mayer Sbtub, of Knoxville, is wrestling powerfully with the odds to enforce the. Sunday law in that city. Ho declares in an official or der to the Chief of Police, that '-the Sunday law is. and has been,-shamefully abused by some of our saloon keepers," and proclaims that he will :at once suspend tho entire force of police" if the law is not enforced1 tnd the violaters brought to justice. The Mayor in evidently - in earnest, and wo shouldn't wonder if last Sunday was 4 he dryest" day passed it Knox ville for vcars. . In the t"ii;tuvrv Court at (ireeno v il Io, week beti're l?t, tn:d hen e was rendered in the ea-c of lid wi dow of Andrew" .li!i : ti . .T r . v.. tlo adininit rators ;;ti1 heirs of t he es tate of the late ex-Pre-i-leiit and I.'. W. Johnson. Tl'' decree w;; an agreed one w ilh ll'c u 1 1 ! i-1 :i i 1 i n r on both sides that alter taking ol'lhe occounts the t-ase wa- U be t.tken to the S'tpreme Court. Several inter esting legal q'i'.'-t i ni are involved as between the claimant5, one being whether thc'oitoii ia lory at t'liion. is to bo regarded a pe.roual or real The net estate tor distribution rill amount, it i-- said, to at lea!- I,,!. 0110. The' IMtlie) ( 'olil'ei-eliee f.f the ,Ione.!ioro di-t rict. lfo!! n Confer ence M. I!. Church. South, was held during three, days of I i-t week at ( Ireene i!!e. Wchvirn from return ed delegate-; that t he ' ml'-reuet' v a very full road up t lo I'i ci. Ii I w atehmg with a irr. :it e-t the I ifojei t !.i on 1 the road tr- in Mmri-t. bei'lao-t i.i p. It i- i,. t hem concern'-! w hi o that g .od hay an ti-to-A n f-r :;."e. .in rt.-ed, .;. ii w 1 7." t '' no, a than 2'o mil, v. b.-, a i- -liil ped lo!f an -and I '.. to J.l b e.. J i,,' n i i from W. ,f t 'i . . I . !.. remain- a g:-; I . ! v t ; lr.ii i'in-'',,-4 l " ! t . j -'!t ill.', to be I .',!, !. ! ! : the treading '"o t i..i- I ' lot ' .1 ! ear- - Hi plele t!;e line Io t ' f , rpai t it il oi i g and I n;. l ut . ;.--t i . ar - 1 i I 1 1 , 1 I I ; i v i !.t- lo i e !. ti- tl . I the i i d . an I are r b,.s; t v. h-. i t. i .. r.' t.i v ii, 'I'.' .11 I I I 1 ( ' r t- The eo.np. lite !l .!! I ! St. l.".!i-. I.'iui-v ii!e at i I artillery oiuj .ini.--. an I . . . V iiii.uui v eieiipaiii. -. ai ..t la-t week II i t1 inn er tlie Wee.. er I. ill l .f of Ve.e-;! Cttv t!iii- at .. attraiti-l an f i-lJor-'lo I ii;,t I i wa- a ''.i i o, t i . , V. -U lli. I Na !. i cl,7i"i in ( V . OI' d. 'In the I.i ! 1 : 1" - Uo- toe !!e.-.o l i:.-.-rx.-n r t ie.o ho d ho I '.i : - -I p any i . P. V. !l Of lo. fire -a t '-'' cl I hat I lie I'li-i patched-, and Inal prevailed. T!:- it iniitee on llo '! one. I bat 1:1 I lie at) i-P. Uev. I. I.. 11 1 1 Ml !!' the lil i'l .'id -I 1 o -lel - ami-l-t I i '.a: i 1 i ; w p... !l the Ik 1 .il I t'lol t! 'i I '. no v. I a iid IO elil !i I ri- l ai - ,IH' I. Mil' the V a- elit! j " 'I I lo ti the initio iit'i i t- t :.i; . . ir I . ) a i i- am.' - e. r .i'at, d I, 1 r v .8 a la v i": C' o !'! O'-e T f:ri:i.ii e li.o r.i e'V of the eonl oil' Iii i .'i o! tne cliun n -iiowe-l general improve tnent nehrlV .'ll! .v-r the di-tri-t. The report of the eomnihtee mi fin ances' showed very mat h-. I inijn"e , ment on this sunj.-tl. We regri t we have md room l' r a more i Men- 1 ai II. i ! !l I i ur ire i: I. I. I. ' h.- than!:- ! ; a! I .Ml i I he .1 J 1 1 1 - i bv I i. j i io - ir i ! i i.r-,'.. e I ni .! I on -e. K 1 1" i. ! iug. J une iii. ! Si eri'.l Mae al I le I I the e. eMV (.1.1 a i.ia n bv the r:ti:ie I ,.!i I i iiio i t I ior III . . I'. I.lll t ded notice; A j-eeCr.' ic!l( r 'roiii the Knoxville Trihtnu- iniiuiation that ll. A. I.owry. P-q. senic'r principal of Mor:i!own Mali High School, u'oiiid prob.ibl. retire front that institution ttitii the lab J charged willi ,..! it.. ih- ! ...i-- . -' J Ib-'iry ' so, an ui.....eiei.!.;; an I this phieji .i ' r-iu,. r'ulr.l ii of I Iii-. o.iintv, t th. c.infains an i j,,,,,,,!;.;,, of Mi - V - - nte. II. ( on t ra go m - com mil t.-.J - e i i al . !. j ag". ;nd t he culprit led th . t i t . T I Sin-rid )llif 1 1 to Wed hi in to C ike count v and t he"!' f'- eh' llo- arr -I scholastic vear. This is t h fo-t in- tiniMtion d' the sort c l:fi"e I A" 7A' C0I.LEH I' ri U V i ' : ! I. 1 heard, and we but reflect the nnan- I pie in lop- tor the ru j i'.. red t-.-.rn , I he c iu eational character ol our tow u. dip ..... , -. t nig I lie seiioia-tie .iroiuii as ii were, and now that cverylaiing i.i he.te- iinOus wishes of hir pe itg there is iav trroittnl tnoi. Mi'. I.i'.vrV h::. I c.-tlv, tor year-, to ady:i:.c Written A A.V.7 . aiiimali"ii IS. prt.fa -4.U I Mac .in June I. I'., -eriiioit. l.V Ib v. Ja A a ii ri !! ,. .. vv I u a't r. I'l till . J H lie . I ! 1 oi a in. .U'ir. i.. i. rv Societies, by Ibni I.' June 7th, ''. :',( f I" U. ih. I l ' i I a i . i i . l av I a io ' I h:i pproaehio-f itoo-l ,-ea-oii, te tru-t j nr. f.loe . Pi in in. ly lo i u ho wiil not abandon a potman, he J 'rter. J inr sib, .:; o . !, .. i. . p n, has tilled so a.-copf ably to tb t:a- j S- '-hei of gru-i h.tf t awardo, -b nnmilv -111,1 f. e iii, ;.!.!, ! ploma-. Iile.'.a!-. !C. Jlllo' sb. AX EI.OEEMhM I '110. If UXEXSE On Tuesday nirfrning of la-t week j V"int Knight; of (live no county. rlof k. p. m. .Miiniai no too' i 1 ioard "f ( 'ural.'i . Jio Tib .III. rnnsoXAi.. riif. P.. d. Mal.ard, of fa, w. l iiringvale. Ilamhlt'rt foil '.'. vf-iled u 1utiir.!.iv. ty; tvfrt j-ccogniA-d by siue o'l f... W. lln !c . of A t l.i'nt.i . i.'r citizen- ;;t flir dKt. cil fnite, Lr;,Vp iin a pUa-ant call M-.i.-bv. fdrmeffv f.f cliint our as he stated, to Knoxville to puvh ase a stock of liquors for a new sa loon he proposed opening at War reril)iirg. He was exceedingly im patient aird anxious tbr the arriY.'i! oft he western bound trliin. and lo-t no t?ne bi gHtfi!g .tbOard when it came. A Mrs. Scott, wife of James (Ibid) Scott, of ft reciiocoiiiity,utid a woman of more than average come liness, t K.k passage on the same train. The next day it uiij made known that Knight had seduced Mr. Scott from her husband and twolittle children, andthe couple had eloped fir parts unknown. Mrs. Scott is of a good family, and her husband is an industrious, affectionate and thrilly man. Knight, we are informed, has been in the employ of the govern iffenl : : secret detective, and lias a bad record, lie leaves a wife and one child !u (I'recno county, besides two or three women in other local ities with whom ho has heretofore eloped and abandoned aftr n IV w months. It is a -ud blow t tho do- i;;i-. J0C. Mr. Phil. J. P.ri-Moe. . f U'-- MN-., i- i-it!;if t i hit.v. in the city Mr A. ('. Ilfli.is. for m.ii. ! ti'.. p'a-f connected uith the .N'a-h. in-' Jhtihj Hi riiJ. is in town -t'.j with relative. Hon. P. d I'ulk, r-on. of T.t. well. peiit a few li.iiii in ir fo'n Saturday. lie r.l-'it-t ph nH rain "bubonic. .Nfr. Ji'hn A. llrw'c, of Pow'e A He pa'", nrarhb' t"rU r". W l be il!. , X Va.. ri. ttirtt'.l last Thiir- biy, ntP a 1 week of plca'-ant f;oiini with if In k EE, lives and friends in thi- j bn Mrs. .11.ee II. P.row tie and Td dren, of Na-hvii!., M-rion .:il!". i ''rs by the lute di-tistfoiin fire in thil city, reaehiil Ihit place on Tue-.Ij, of ht-t W -ek and W ill j"'l. the Mlt.l" tner with the family of lo r tat h r, the editor of the ti r f.UI . Mr. I.1j. Million-, printer, who, was kial enough to pit a iii." in hi place and com uii and la lp ih for a we k out of drair on j. b .-. mcstic happiness of aiSairecti.mate, a.vk, rctnrne to I.i ca- s in the unsuspecting husband and the Jut li- j tf.fohiijc .He, hia-wilh. j-l erto untarnished n-jiutation n' a wc"!1. M r. M. i nn itit HiL-ofd, f good family. And we still thluk corn-it coinpoMtor. and a young there is absolute neccs-ity f.A" thi o- 4 iilHn t,f txetuplary u.ora! "really easional judieioim use of :t d-iibo!t0 iiny rnan wc" kt;ow ofwln it may with truth In said " tin r' jnilliuus in" him though lo inrf. i tired to us by l"if ads only, t r' want t liine l barreh-I shot gun See advrti'ieitrut of Ihan's Sta tion ru and Mim-ral Hill Spring.-. LOUR, i .'.ft.rliJ , ;-? uTJTpfyfeuTeln the tTnlonuS In Canada. '1 imls u?oiKJ and j shVfwareareTai-to regain s Icui-aply &t lhe UAZKTrlt JOU UU11:'" ' I 1,1,1 .. m t ll. M Jk. ft If MTU W iNTF.D fur th Ht ti1- V iteut-Hnli. uut C. A. SNOW & CO I V U1C11 UUU lUl v.