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THE M0RRISTOt7i G-A Z E T T E , S E P T E ii Ii E R 2 8 , 1 88 1
Tbo handsomest and most modern
stA'les in all goods at Mrs. Lou
Flynn's millinery store.
Eemember that a lot of new Fall
f he Morristown Gazette.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 1881.
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LETTER FROM PROF. WILSON.
New goods just reeeiyed.
The world is defied to beat Pitt
man's boots. Try them and be
pleasod a year. sepl4tf
bons, Neck-woar. &c. will
closed oat Call and satisfy your
selves before purchasing elsewhere.
school has reached
The annual municipal election
tho female held Saturday last was one oi the nothinr in sisrht but the houses ot
NEWS FROM TEXAS BY ONE WHO V'ILL
BE READ WITn INTEREST.
Dodd City, Texas, Sept 20, '81.
Io tho Editor of The Morrifitown Gazette:
Our dearest friends read tho Ga
zette. When I beinn to write I
feel that I am talking to those I
love best. It seema strange that we
are in 'lexas; that the hills and
valley's of our once mountain home
are so far distant, and that wo are
in tho midst of a broad prairie, with
that of the
most exciting and hotly contested
that has taken place in the history
of our town. The two tickets were
Competition invited in everything the present Board, headed by
in the millinery
lino by 31x8. Lou
Our tinners have been doing a
live business in tho fruit can trade
for several weeks; working day and
Circuit Court is in session at Kog
ersvllle this week. A namber of
citizens from Hamblen are in attend
ance. J L 1.1 ,1
were unloaded at the Morristown
depot last week. They were for
Earnest & Briscoe.
See Chancery sales of valuable
property by Cleric and Master John
Murphey, and legal notices of Clerk
and Master G. H. Grove:
Gen. J. T. Wilder, of Chattanoo
ga, has presented to the projected
college at Eockwood, a cabinet con
taining several thousand dollars
worth of books.
THE SORROW UNIVERSAL.
Throughout the length and the
breadth of tho land, a suspension of
all secular business and a display of
tho deepest affection and the pro
foundest sorrow marked the an
nouncement of the President's death
on the morning of the 20th. Dis
patches and reports from every town
and village bring the same accounts.
Flags were at half-mast, church bolls
were tolled, minute guns fired, hous
es draped in mourning, courts ad
journed, schools dismissod and meet
ings organized for the formal ex
pression of tho popular feeling of
sympathy and grief over tho coun
try's loss. At Chattanooga, the pro
gramme tor the festivities of the Ar
my of the Cumberland ro-union was
suddenly changed to a programme
for a requiem service, led by Rev.
Dr. Buchanan, an ex-Confederate
Colonel. At Cincinnati the street
parade of the Sovereign Grand
Lodge of Odd Fellows was given up
and the monument was unveiled in
Borrow and silence. In Canada, as
well as this country, the expression
of grief was almost universal. The
grand public reception which was to
havo been given to Sir John A. Mac
Donald was indefinitely postponed
on the receipt of the news of Pres
ident Garfield's death, with the ap
proval of the Premier and all class
es of citizens. Flags were flying at
half mast trom the Parliament buil
dings, and in Montreal, Quebec, St.
John, Halifax and elsewhere were
expressions of grief and condolence.
In no town or village in the coun-
Mayor A. II. Gregg.
Aldermen Wm. McFarland, J.
D. Miller, E. J. Wo Is, D. W. C. Da
vis, C. D. Merritt, Dr. John Howell.
The opposition was :
3Iayor B. F- Mitchell.
Aldermen John Murphey, D.
Pence, J. K. Lawless, W. P. Carri
ger, II. F. Cain, II. Loop, with two
or three other independents in tho
field for Aldermen. The vote was
as follows : .
For Mayor A. H. Gregg 86
B. F. Mitchell 85
For Aldermen W. McFarland, 123
J. JD. Miller 113
John Murphey,.. .42
D. Pence 47
II. Loop 63
J. K. Lawless 52
W. P. Carriger...59
II. F. Cain 58
E. J. Wells 96
D. W. C, Davis... 95
C. D. Merrilt 97
John L. HowolL.105
T.D. Craig .. 44
L. L. Lane 26
E. C. Biggs ... 6
The result Avas tho re-election en
tire of the present Board. These
gentlemen during the past year have
done good work for tho town and the
people will expect from them the
same efficient management of muni
cipal affairs during the ensuing term.
Ladies, if you wish anything in
the line of choice Millinery, do not
forget that Mrs. Newcomb will sell
cheaper than the cheapest, as her
stock will bo closed out within the
next thirty days.
. A PLEASANT AFFAIR.
Clinton, S. C. Sept. 21, 1881.
To the Editor of The Morrtetown Gazette :
Dear Gazette. Nothing very
newsy has taken place since my ar
rhal here, until this evening. At
7 o'clock, p. m., some of Clinton's
most charming belles, and a few
of the rougher sex, assembled at tho
residence of Mrs. B. N. Copeland to
witness the rite of matrimony be
tween Mr. D. D. Little of this place,
and Mi6S Eva M. Movers, formerly
of Morristown, and whom most of
your readers remember, (and some,
perhaps, very pleasantly.) iivery
thing passed off very pleasantly,
and the whole affair was enjoyable
from beginning to end. Your hum
ble eorvant was ono of the invited
guests and enjoyed himself hugely.
More anon, E. A. M.
the city, the broad fields and the
deep blue sky, dropping down all
around to the ground. Still, it is a
lact. Y e are here amid new 6ccnes.
surrounded with old and new friends
and associates, and engaged in the
same routine of daily duty that has
been iollowed lor thirty years.
ii a ieenng oi nomesicRness oc
casionally overtakes one, the stern
duties of cvery-day life drives it
away, and the current of life moves
on, sometimes smooth, sometimes
rough. So far, we have seen but
little of the rough. Much delicate
kindness has been extended to us
by former friends and also by thoso
whom we never knew till we met
" I know but little of Texas yet.
It was necessary to go to work im
mediately on arrival. I have seen
none of the country except along
the lino of railroad from Texarkana
to Bonham. 1 have met quite a
number of former friends and ac
quaintances. Some men are hero
whom I had not thought of for fif
teen or twenty years. Almost all
Tennesseans hero aro doing woll
It has been a blessing to them and
their children that they came.
Those best known to Morristown
people aro the Thurmond and Jno.
B. Jones. Tho two Thurmonds oc
upy good standing in their re
spectivo professions Joe as a physi
cian and Preston as a lawyer. Pres
ton is virtually at the head of the
free public schools of Fannin coun
ty a vory responsible and honor
able position. John B. Jones is
hero respected as he was in Morris
town. lie is a first-class man.
Will. M. Smith, son of Rev. W. H.
Smith, represents a large hardware
house in Sherman. He has visited
us twice since we came. I learn
from thoso in position to know,
that he is most efficient in his line
of business and is going up every
day. One-half tne people here are
from Tennessee, and a large part of
that half from East Tennessee.
Many will Ttfant to know what I
think of Texas. It is not a para
dise, but it is a wonderful country
more wonderful than one can im
agine until he sees it. Yet there
: Tho Chronicle has information
that two of tho parties engaged in
rescuing Wm. Holt from the poss
ession of U. S. Deputy Marshal G,
T. Larkin, in Colorado, some weeks
since, have been captured and mde-
lault ot bail, are in jail. Hot pur
suit is being made lor Holt and it is
believed that he will bo captured
An assuring evidenco of tho set
tled belief of all men in the future
of the United States, is the fact that,
notwithstanding tho suspense and
anxiety of the last two months, on
tho day of the announcement of the
President's death in London as well
as in New York American securities
instead of sinking actually rose in
Mr. M. B. Brown sends to tho
Clarksville Chronicle, this recipe,
which he ays is a sovereign rein
ed y for tho flux: Take ono gill of
good brandy, ono tablespoonfull of
spirits oi turpentine ; put as much
loai sugar in as it will dissolve : burn
it well ; when cold put in one tea-
spoonfull of laudanum, mix well,
and give in desert spoonfull doses
every hour until relieved. "
Call and see our new line of Men's
Calf Boots, hand-sewed and pegged,
at prices that defy competition.
EAliJN EST & BlilSCOE.
In Chancery Ccnrt at Tazewell.
Alexander Brook admr. vs. Sarah et al.
N THIS CAUSE IT APPEABf
N e to Advertisements.
Ine from the allegation in complainant's bill
which la a worn to that John Campbell, Julia Ann
Sarah Jane Meyers, Bartheny Pridemore, Orlena
You us. Daniel Cupd. Isaac Cupp and Andrew
Cupp, are non-residents of the State of Tennessee,
so that the ordinary process of law cannot be
served upon them. It is therefore ordered that
publication ba made for four successive weeks in
the IIobbistown Gaztte. a weekly paper pub
lished in Morristown, Tennessee, notifying said
defendants to 'appear before the Chancery Court
at Tazewell on or before the second Monday of
October next and make defense to complaiuants'
bill or the same Trill be taken as confessed and the
cause set for hearing ex-parte as to them.
By O. H. Ellis, I. C. & M.
septl! aw prs toe $o
In Chancery Court at Tazewell.
B. F. Shultz et al ts. JI. G. Jolmnton et d.
THIS CAUSE IT APPEAIi-
Fall is here in earnest and so is
Mrs. Lou Flynn with a large and
excellent line of fashionable milli
nery goods. Call and examine and
get prices before you mako your
COMING BACK TO WINTER.
To the Editor of The Morristown Gaxette :
Jefferson City, Montana, Sept.
15th, 1881. I will drop you a few
try was there more heartfelt sorrow lines to let rou know I etill survive.
over the death of the President than Winter has already began to blow
in Morristown. As soon as his de
mise was authentically known, May
or Gregg issued a proclamation an
nouncing tho sad bereavement, and
suggesting the suspension of all bu
siness during tho remainder of tho
day. The 6tores and public places
were closod and generally draped in
the emblems of sorrow. Conspicu
ous for the taste and profuseness of
its funeral adornments wore tho
Cain House, Mayor JGregg's office,
the Post Office, etc. The schools
were closed and the church bells
tolled. Those appearing upon the
streets seemed as if overpowered by
ii personal grief, and the entire sur
roundings showed how profoundly
the sad event was mourned.
At 2 o'clock, p. m., Monday, bu
eincss of all kinds was generally sus
pended, stores and shops were clos
ed and a vast concourse of our citi
zens, preceeded by the Masonic bro
therhood and the pupils of tho male
and female schools, who marched in
procession from their respective
halls, assembled at the Baptist
church, in conformity to the procla
mations of President Arthur, Got.
Hawkins and Mayor Gregg. The
decorations around tho pulpit and
in the rear of the church interior
were very ornate and chaste. Over
tho heavy folds of black drapery
wero suspended wreaths and fes
toons of flowers and evergreens,
large vases of flowers stood upon
each side of the pulpit, tho National
flag entwined with crape decorated
the roar, whilo above all was sus
pended a large portrait of the do
ceased President, artistically sur
rounded by crosses and wreaths of
flowers. Tho decoration was tho
conception and work of tho ladies
of our town, and a most touching
and beautiful tribute of affection it
was. Hon. Wm. McFarland presid
ed and Col. O. C. King presented
the preamble and resolutions ex
pressive of the sorrow and senti
ments of the assemblage, which
were unanimously adopted. Feel
ing and appropriate remarks were
made by Be v. K. C. Atkins, Hon.
Wm. McFarland, Col. O. C. King,
Judge liose, Mayor Gregg, General
Headerick and others. In a word,
the memorial or funeral ceremonies
were becoming the had occasion
pathetic, impressive and sincere.
The Secretary was instructed to fur
nish the town papers wiJi a report
of the proceedings.
his icy breath upon .Montana ; we
have had several snow storms lately.
On the night of the 12th inst, I saw
some fine specimens of Aurora Bo
realis, or northern lights. Whilo
hunting 'tother day I nearly ran
atop of a largo grizzly, and it is
hard to say who was tho worst
scared and surprised, I or tho bear ;
he got away and so did I.
The job I am working on will be
completed in about throe weeks, and
aa it will soon be too cold to work
out doors and no prospoct of indoor
employment, I will leave this place
by the 10th or 15th of October.
You need not send the Gazette to
me at Jefferson, Montana, after you
receive this, but I will be glad to
receive it and all my correspon
dence, after tho 1st of October, at
Des Moines, Iowa, where I go to
spend a part of the wintor.
I will give the Gazette an ac
count of my trip after ray arrival at
that point. Kesp'y, &c.
Beautiful new styles of fall and
winter millinery goods just opened
at Mrs. Lou. Flynn's. Call early
and make selections.
Col. Jas. C. Malone, of Nashville,
is stopping at the Cam House.
Charlie Baker, of Greeneville,
spent last week with relatives in thib
W. T.'Helms, of tho Bakersville,
N. C, Mountain Voice, is in tho
We regret to hear that there is
nothing encouraging in the condi
tion of Dr. Marion Wilmeth.
Thos. T. McWhirter,of the Spring
City News, was at the Cain House
a portion of Sunday evening last.
D. A. Minis, Esq., of Newport,
was in the city last Friday en route
home from a trip to Knoxvillo.
Our intelligent friend, Dr. J. M.
McFerrin, of Whitcsburg, made a
visit to the city Monday.
W. J. McNutt, F. W. Hamilton
and Bobt. Dunner, well-known and
popuplar commercial travelers, of
Knoxvillo, were in tho city Monday
W. W. Langhorne, Esq., of New
port, was at tho Cain Houso Satur-
a 1 r t
on ins return nome irom a proies-
sional visit to Knoxville.
Mr. Thos. Ilerndon of Barbour
ville, JKy., visited this place last
week and spent several days very
pleasantly with relatives, lie is a
nephew of our fellow-citizen, Dr. D.
The vivacious and fascinating
Miss lioso Chapman, of Asheville,
N. C, a favorite of our social circles,
returned to this place last week
from a several months visit to rela
tives in Virginia, and departed on
the Buncombe train Monday for
are many elements wanting here,
which are highly prized back in the
old home. Still, the lact that all
persons who have labored constant
ly and faithfully havo succeeded
well, is strong evidence that this is
a desirable home for many who can
not get up in the world in the old
I he drouth here has been very
severe, but no country can stana a
drouth like this. There is much
more corn raised this year than is
raised the best years at home : then
tho cotton, although only a half
crop, will bring near $20 per acre.
Every one who will, can get work
and get well paid for it. This part
of Texas is not the place to come in
order to' havo an easy time. Young
men with inferior mental qualifica
tions need not expect to succeed in
the professions, in teaching, in busi
ness. The physicians, lawyers and
teachers whom I have met aro
awake and very wide awake. Only
well tried ability will get any one a
position in mercantile business.
Men who fail to get desirable posi
tions, but are willing to work at
anything honorable, can get the
work and will be respected for doing
the work. But work is absolutely
necessary to succeed.
Our school opens well." In my
next I will give some particulars of
the country. . a. w. w.
DEATH OF TOMLEACH ON THE
The shocking news of tho death
of Tom Leach by accident on the
Cincinnati Southern railroad last
Sunday, was telegraphed to his
brother, T. F. Leach, depot agent
at this place, Monday morning.
Tom had but a few days before he
met his sudden and untimely death
accepted a position as brakeman
on the Cincinnati Southern road,
having for some time been engaged
in that capacity on the East Ten
nessee, Virginia and Georgia rail
road, and was probably making his
second or third trip Sunday, when
the train upon which he was brak
ing approached a covered bridge,
and, not apprehending danger in
time it is supposed, he was struck
at the entrance as the cars passed
through and knocked, off, falling
somo distance and killing him al
most instantly. Tom was born and
raised in Morristown and his moth
er and most of his relatives reside
here. Tho sad intelligence of his
death was received by our citizens
with a feeling of deep sorrow.. He
was in tho first flush of young man
hood, having not yet reached his
19th year, and had. been married
but about ton months. How true
the injunction "All flesh is grass,"
and that in the "twinkling of an
eye" wo are called to our everlast
ing home. To the grief-stricken
relatives, especially tho aged moth
er, wo tender our unfeigned and
heartfelt sympathy. The remains
of the deceased arrived here Mon
day night and will bo interred to
day in tho Jlorristown cemetery.
My Good Woman, . - . t
Why are you so out of sorts, never
able to tell folks that you are well?
Ten to one . it's all caused in the
first place by habitual constipation,
which ho doubt finally caused de
ranged kidneys and liver.. .Tho'suro
euro for constipation is the celebrat
ed Kidney-Wort It is also a spe
cific remedy for all kidney and liver
diseases. . Thousands aro cured by
it every, month. , Try it at once;
Toledo Blade. : ' - .
A VISIT TO QUITE AU.
Warden Crocker visited Guiteau
in his cell this morning, and gives
tho following account of tho inter
view: "When 1 entered tho cell,
after tho usual morning greeting,
Guiteau 's question to me was, "How
is the President?" I replied that I
did not know. I answered thus to
find out if he had gained any knowl
edge of the President's death. Gui
teau replied, 'You ought to know.'
Have you not read the morning pa
pers? I said that I had, but could
not rely on the various statements
in the papers. He then said ho had
felt very anxious about tho Presi
dent for the past few days, and he
ieared ho was neanng his end.
then informed him, watching- his
expression carefully, that the Presi
dent was dead. He instantly sank
down on his bed and appeared very
much agitated. After remaining in
this position for a few moments, he
arose and paced the floor, muttering
something to himself as if praying.
He then inquired at what time he
died, and after being informed, said
that he was glad that the President
had at last been relieved from his
sufferings, as he would not have
committed tho deed if he had known
he was to suffer as ho did. Guiteau
did not appear so nervous and alarm
ed as I supposed he would when the
news was broken to him, and I do
not think ho knew that the Presi
dent was dead until I informed him,
At least he said he did not. He does
not manifest any increased fear this
morning, but he has been m con
stant dread all along that he would
be dealt with by a mob, and earn
estly prays wo will protect him."
If you want to see the best Kip
Boot in Morristown go to
EARNEST & BRISCOE'S.
How to Get Sick.
Expose yourself -day and nigbt, eat
too much without exercise; work too
hard without rest; doctor all the time;
take all the vile nostrums advertised;
and then you will want to know
How to Get Well, .
Which is answered io three words
Take Hop Bitters ! Express.
Morristown Produce Market.
Morristown, Sept. 27, 1881.
WHEAT al 35
OATS.... 80 40
FLOUR 3 504 00
MEAL 75 80
FEATHERS ; 85 ' 40
BUTTER 16 18
EGGS & 15
LARD 11 12
BACON ; 8 10
lua from the allegation! contained in com-
plinant' bill, which is uworu to, that H. (i. Jolm
ton. W. P. Johnston, O. O. Johnston and Adam
Johiwton. are non-reaidenta of the State of Ten
nessee, go that the ordinary process of law cannot
be served utHin them. It is therefore ordered
that publication be made for four successivo
weeks in the Moebistows Gazette, s weekly pa
per published in Morriatown, Tennessee, notify
ing said defendants to appear before the Chan
cery Court at Tazwell ou or before the seooud
Monday of October next and make defense to com
plainants' bill or the same will betaken as con
fessed and the cause set for hearing ex-parte aa to
them. J. O. ROCiEBS, O. & M.
By O. H. Lua, D. C. & M.
sept 14 lw prs fee S3
W. IEEE. &c Hi. Gk 003VLJLlSr,
WHLOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Stoves, Tinware, House-Fm'mshing Goods,
SOUTH BEKTD CHILLED
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her for a cause best known to myself,
sept. 14.1881 St O. W. BURNS.
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Toilet Sets, Bird Cages,
And in fact wo keep everything in oar Jinc. Wo aro prciaroil to
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PUTTING UP STEAM AND WATER PIPES.
We keep the Best Line of Stoves Ever brought to this plac
rumps. Call and examine our stock. Merchant can sav
lv tti v;ntr Irum us.
The last butter I got from you,"
alio said to tho deuler, "wa very
strong." "I know it, madaul," was
the candid reply,'" "bqt I couldn't
help it. My neighbor, who has a
spite at me, and must ' havo- mixed
Limburger cheese with his hay."
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OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS
illatchetl Flooring, Veiling, Weather-Hoarding,
Brackets, Mouldings, Newels, dc, dee.
TTavlniz over 1.000.000 feet of Lumber in stork, our facilities are nneqnaled iu East Tennessee.
ders solicited and satisfaction guaranteed . Of" Send for Price List. jane 3"7-tf
LCST KAfcHCOD RE3TOniD.
t victim of ycratbful imprudence causing
Prematura Decay. Nervous Debility, Dost Man
kind, eta, baring tried In vain evory known,
remodriaa discovered a simple self cur,wLk U
m Will send FREE to bis fellow-sufleren, ad
druts i. Ii. RVXH 43 Chatham St. K. Y.
JCTEETWHKEK to s?0
the best Family ttnlt-
il.ir Huhlna rvrr invented. Will kiiitaiuuxof
sioctingg, Willi ii KICXt and TOI3 complete, in
ai mmutti. it will ao knit a great variety of fancy
work for whira there is alwsrs a ready market. Keud
for circular a4 terms to toe Twambly Kaittlnf
IcUine Co.. u Waaninyton St., fojston, Hx
faraana' Vuraaiive I' ilia mako New kick
JH004, ami will completely change the WckhJ it)
the entire system in threq mamus, vkny person
II take 1 put each nijt'H irom 1 to u
who will take 1 uiU each niirlit from 1 tolSwwk
may be rontorod to sound health, if such a thing
De uossioie. rx-ni ov man ir o itiuir siamim.
S. JOHSHON CO., Jioaton, Maas,
tyrtnerly Hanger, Me.
Commission Merchant and Dealer in
(ONE DOOIt BELOW CONDON ERO.)
Feathers, Beeswax, Roots, Dried Fruits, Etc.,
Made a Speciality, for which the Highest Market Price will be paid
BEFOSE SELLING BE SURE AND SEE ME.
Latest Market Quotation furnished on application, Address P. O. Box 398.
BUGGIES AND PHsSTONS
All kinds of Carriages Made to Order
Ilcpairinf attended to with Neatness and Dispatch.
Best Material. Superior Workmanship.
nor 3 18U0 ly
i-iopoi; & BEO.,
Watchmakers and Jewelers
COR. GAY AND CLINCH STS., KNOXNII.LK, IK N.N
) in stock a full Una of
Watches I Jewelry, Solid Silver, Silvcr-platc5 Waro
Superior Table Cutlery, tfce.
r Repairing and IZmraviuc nkiHlullv tin uto
ccive prompt atteutiim. anil satisfaction guarantee
nym rcahouable terms.
Ail or !. r I
ii! m'.l t.
Ccnertd A(jcnt for tl,i .S;u of OtA
Which i? fa.t fliiperccdip all ntlir two and tJ;rre-l:f-ro
77ic x'loir in the World S
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Has tUs sole SKenry for the sal nf the TlTDEnEQ WAOON.4 pr1e iJurxl to TJ uu; la.
eluding brake on box anrl ruuuiuK Roar a 11 J sprimr rat.
Sole agents iu East Trnnase for the sale of Kt'sSKI.L k CO 'S "SfW M4HSILLON" Tlinr.
ERH, Hurse Powers and the repairs for the aamn. Tbln new niK lime of Hi.. ir. has a rlvr bullar
and eleaaor attachment, which can be attached at an time at a cot f nulji-! u, and Is far the l.
machine ou the market. Send fur circular.
Wa keep a large stock of all kinds of Agricultural Imj l.'in-ut and ru lr, lnuludlnf
Hoirers, Reapers.. Self-Biniers, Graia Drills, Averrt Sleel Plois;
At factory prices . John Deere Steel Tlows, Coate's Ij l-I-ri r Ilk Hinrl.tr Htraw CutUrt, VUai
Bros. Wagons (very cheap), Doubksshovcl 1'lown, and steel klmvrl ami Lu:i tongae 1sIm.
Clover, Timothy, Orchard Oraas and Herman Mlllett. We keep the Largnvt HUxrk of SoeJkept Ly .
house in the Wost, and sell for the ery lowntt canh pri.
8ell all kinds of Country iToduce and make liberal ailvaiieetnents.
M ILL MACKINKKY of every kind liirni.he.i. aliwi M-min KuIum.
All bnolueu entrastod to us will receive prompt atl. utiou.
IS i:o. IUtOWN
23. lSm Turner,
TIIK G LIN 12 K A Li JOIS SIIOI AND MANUrACTCI.IU. OV
Copper Stills aM Worms,
AND ALL GOOl.H IS T11K OLU)WINU LISE3 t
Hot -A-ii FurnuetiH,
Kin to J?oofi!tv
AND ALL KINDS OF JIKAVY 1!M)N MILL WOIIIC.
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE AND ORNAMENTAL WORK,
AU work warranted to be firiit-lass In every rj-- and satufaction trnarsnteeil .
MY MOTTO Honest Work 1 lioueet Material ! U Ting Prion
Shop Under Staub's Opera IIouhc,
feb2 8l tf
W. L. BOOEIIS. -
vr. c. tmuvr
Sour Mash Lincoln County Whiskey, Copper Dis
tilled Corn, Rye and Bourbon Whiskies.
APPLE BRANDY n SPECIALTY.
O ash Customers not IZeJccltd.
Quick Sales and Small rroflts.
tlieir lilwrril n.it.ronp'w )
Thankful to our friend for
they will continue with u.s.
GAY STREET, - -
Orders SvlUiisJ and Satifvtioi Guarantee!.
(SuccMMr Io O, T. Mee),
Drcnilst anl Coaler in FErgFfe,
Tonarr hoai'h, ao.
Trusts, Shoulder Bracts, dc. Prc-crij4iuns carffulbj Cuwiwrnkd.
street, - - - - JUorrintown, Tonn.
Jan 7 80-ly