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Ji Jll' lr H MORRISTOWN, TENN., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER J9, 1881. VOL. xv.-NO-ao. By JOHN E. -HELMS. I.K, .. 23 Am . . 1 37 a m .. 65)p nx I ,. 137 am. .. 150pm . 10 40 p m ... 4 15pm .. 813em . . a 2(1 a m ...5 20pni t. n. . & c. ltit. Dally Freight and tfassenger Train Snndajf . -f .-.-ifltAT, i-iki n to Depart 9:3') ft i..iUAbru.-,.uiFb iK-i5n.m. Den-art 1:16 P V Roirersvilie & Jefferson ER. Leaves Rotfersville Arrives at Rogersville Junction.. Leaves Rosersville Junction Arrives at Rogersvillti .....7. 30 am ... 8.4.'i a n 1.30 p m ...2.35 pro JOHN MCRPHEY. President. "fCaBlmr. LOOKOUT BANK -OF- Morristown - - Tenn. STATE DEPOSITORY.! Paid Vp Capital Soc;l4 $50,000. "W'111 transact a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. mw and nll- exchange ROld AWU r- I t Ml --"J 1 end silver, aud mute oo'.W-tious upou the most favorable terms. T1I0S. O'CONNER, President, SAM HOUSE, Cashier. Mechanic's Bank, Designated State Depository, Knoxville, Tonn., TRANSACTS A General Mlm Business, -Dals in Foreign and DotnesHo Exchange. Soils Drafts on all tne principal uiu tr. ' ud Bells Oucurreut Money, Gold and silver, War- rantpand cttyscrip May 26u ia ly KNOXVILIilS Fire Insnrance - Company. Office East TcnncEsec National Bank. Capita Stock $100,000. D A. CARPENTElt,' Puesident. F II. McCLUNO, Vice-Prkbident. W. H. SIMAIOND3, v Sec. & Tkea8. DIRECTORS. JOSEPH J.VQUE3, A. CALDWELL, K. -T. 8AVFOKD, 8 . B. LUTTHELL W. W. WOODRUFF, CM. McOHBE, F. W. TAYLOR, SB C. E. LUCKEY, It. O. JACKSON, F. H. McCLUNO, FINANCE COMMITTEE : JOSEPH JAQUES, O. M. MoQHEE, E. J. 8ANFORD, C. E. LUCKEY. STOCKHOLDERS: C. M. MeGhee, Joseph Jaqnos, E. J Sauford, Jodeph II. Earnest, A. J. Albera, A. 3. Monntcastlo, W A. Anderson, 8. T. Lot?au, R. C Jackson, W. 1'. Oliaaiborlaln D. T. Boyntoii, 1. Y. JohiiRtou, Jtintu L. (iaiuus, T. S. Wbi), W. P. Vanlilurn, JoliU K. Chapman, Joh. T. MeTeer, R. C . 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Keeps coutautly on hand Metallic, Uosswood and home-mud CotBus of all eiztm i'hey also kep a supply of tfood, durable bureaus. bUteada, tables, &e. They ask an inspection of their goods, and aolicit4.1ie patronage of the public. Orders by tele Kraph or mail promptly attended to. augi7 "79 ly TiffRffisrowN? -; ii. mmikrwooI). T. J. DAVEXPOIiT. I'ltlNCII'ALS. THMiE NEXT SESSION WILL Jtl open on Monday, Hfpteniler Cth, 181, Tuition, for term of tweuty wweka, from it oO to 1 ard, fr'u f'i W) tJ 50 P"r week Nit how much but how well," is our motto. fcpeeial attention will be given to prepariug young men to t'-ach in the public school. For particulars addroas either of the Priuoipals. tugSl 81 tr PIMPLES. . I will mail (Free) the recipe for a simple Va TAR1.K Bi.M that W ill remove TAN, FUKCKLKH, PIMPLKSaud fcLO T(UI i;K, laves tn skin soft, clear and beautiful ; also im-trnctions for produc ing a luxuriant rowth of hair n a bald bead or nionliface. 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To know why this book of Real value and attractions sells better than any other. apply for terms to DOUGLASS BROS. & 1MVSK Cincinnati. Sept 21 ly Kolice . to': Cm! i tors of Joseph Williams, dee'd. John JI. Crazier' Jr.', Administrator, 1 C-c, t'.s. Elizabeth Williams it. al. The insolvency of the estate of Joseph Williams deceasibd having been kuirioted, and a bill filed in the-Oiianeery Court at Knlted by the Adminis trator, John II. Croznr, Jr., vs. fbo heirs at law aud creditors, praying that eaid estate may be ad ministered in said court as an insolvent sU.te. It is ordered by the clerk and master that pub lication be made for four successive weeks in he Morristown Gazkttk, a nowspaper publisned iu the town of Morrlstowu, uutytug all persons bavius claims ttgaiust said estaUi to come forward and prseut them aud make themselves parties to said bill, within six mouths from tho first day of October 1WU. Thw Sept. 17, 1881. ; r , . v ; O. II. GROT2, O. M. sejrt 21 4w prs fee IS r9 t:irJ'.,-:.i.-' sm. X LODGES. F. & A. M. Morrixtown, No. 231 1st Thurs day evening, 2 o'clock, every month, in their jail, at the Masonic Academy building. 8. W. Shields, W. M. rOYAL AliCH CHAPTER. 3rd Thursday in i every month. John Muufsey, H. P. I. O O. F. Morristown , No. 168 1st, 2nd and i-th 1 uesdays ol every month. JOHN MUEPHET, N. G, fNIGHTS OF HONOR . Morristown, No. 972. IV Meets every Thursdav of each week. J. M. McFARLAND, D T X M G. T. Morristown, No. 234. Meets overj Monday evening. '- 1 THE MORRISTOWN GAZETTE. Subscription Price, $1 50, Invariably in advance, otherwise ?2. Entered at the Pot Office at Morristown, Tenn, assecond class matter. Iii the penitentiaiy at Nashville, recently, :i convict named MaMillin cut two other convicts nauied re spectively Kearney and NcKinley. A short while afterwards Kearney and McKinley went to McMillin's ecll and brained him with a hatchet, causing almost immediate death. It is surmised by a well informed newspaper correspondent that Mrs. Mary McElroy, wife of John E. Mc Elroy, of Albany, N. Y., will bo tho mistress of the White House under the new administration. She is said to be a lad' of winning presence, and is noted both for her culture and her social charms. Mrs. Mc- I Elroy is not at all fond of display. preferring rather her own fireside and immediate circle. Of late she has been calling often at New York to look after the household matters of Mr. Arthur. Mrs. McElroy has two children, a boy and a girl It is an interesting historic fact that since the organization of the Government there have been ap pointed by President's but seven days of humiliation and prayer and national mourning, including Mon day, September 2Gth. Eefore Lin coln's time thore had been but two. President John Adams appointed one, and President Madison one. At the request of both Houses of Congress, Lincoln appointed the last 'Thursday of September, 18G1 ; at the request of tho Senate, he set apart 'April 30, 1803 ; and in accor dance with a concurrent resolution of Congress, he appointed the first Thursday of August, 18G4, as days of humiliation and prayer. Presi dent Johnson appointed May 25th "as a day of humiliation and mourn ino-." The day was afterwards post-fnre poned untu June 1st. President Arthur appointed the seventh and last day in this brief calondor. O TJR NE W PRESIDENT. Chester A. Arthur, who has, as it were, accidentally becomo President of the United States, was born in Franklin county, Vermont, October 5, 1830, making him now just fiifty one years old. He is the son pf Pev. Win, Arthur, a Paptist minis ter, who came from Scotland to America at the age of seventeen. President Arthur was educated at j Union College, Schenectady, New Vnrk o-fidiiatin'r in the class of 1848, Like President Garfield, hc ! taught school after leaving college. I . , V, , c. i i. i mt- I At tho end of two years he had fhve ; hundred dollars. With that he went j to New York and began the study j of law. After being admitted to the bar, he went West, with the inten tion of locating, but not finding a suitable place to locate, returned to New'York and opened a law office in the city, in partnership with Jlenry Gardiner, a personal friend. Whatever fame he had as a law yer seems to have been based upon the negro quostion. In 1852 he had what is now tho celebrated Lemon Fugitive Slave case, and four years later he brought suit for a colored woman for being put out of the street cars in New York City. In both cases tho decision was in favor of tho negro. Ho was a delcgato to the Sarato ga Convention that founded the Re publican party. His title of Gener al was won during the war, not in tho field, but in equipping volun teer soldiers and forwarding them to the front. In this capacity he was appointed First Inspector Gen eral, and then Quarter-master Gen eral, of Governor Morgan's staff. In November, 1871, President Grant appointed him Collector of the Port of New York. From this post ho was dismissed by his own party in July, 1878, and went out of office in to what promised to bo permanent obscurity. In June, 1880, Mr. Ar thur received the Republican nom ination of Vice-President at the Chicago Convention, and was elect ed to that office the following No vember. Ho was selected by this convention (and to conciliate the minority) in accordance with tho principles which govern political as Bomblages, rather than for any special qualifications in tho man. And this nomination was what brought him so suddenly to the Presidency of the United States. ' Personally, General Arthur is said to be very popular, and ho has many warm friends. Ho is still in the legal profession, being tho head of the law firm of Arthur, Phelps, Knevals & Hansom. He is a wid ower, his wito having died some two years ago. She was the daughter of Lieutenant Hcrndon, an officer of the United States Navy. He has two children, one of them a lad of seventeen and the other a girl of twelve. . In President Arthur's inaugural address his assurances implied that in tho discharge of his official duties and in his efforts to advance the welfarejof the country, he will adopt tho general line of policy inaugura ted so auspiciously b President uarneiu. mere seems to be no reason to doubt that President ur will make a complete change o Cabinet, and that, too, at a good Arthur in tho Cabinet, and that, too, at a much earlier day than was at first i i xpecteu. THE HILLS. Cocamunuatjd to the Morristown Gazette BY ELMO WILD WOOD. Wherein lies the imposing grandeur of the hills ? Some element there is feasts the brightening eye ; Every sense of the beautiful and subliiae, thrills Every hushed sentiment of the Worshipping soul, In those dark deep realms of air, whose woodfd summits roll gff Far ovor tho world, and over the verge of iluie Prophets, the wise men, the poets of elder days, Sang the glory of the hills in their inspired lays ; Gave immortality to lightest thought of thoni, Enshrined in rapt syllables of cehia.l J Are; Invested them with some strange sentiment. desire, Some great pure power, from steepUng crown to wooded hem. And yet how small tho sum those master hare's have told Of this magnificence before me here uurollod ! Never rarest conceptions by 'great dreamers Nor holiest dovotion of the oaael, spoko wrought. The language of the hills; the hills, they are God's thought, That the cadences of tiuio has never awoke. There Is Infinitude in these wonderful heights, With their bastions, aud pyramids, and shifting lights. And the bright river gleams where thoir broad banes meet, And a canopy of whit-wiuged clouds soars above; In a vintaf-e of purple they bathe their brown feet, And the blue heaven bends o'er them softly as love. I have waudered here, and for many a lone day, Among these hills: why, or for what. I cannot say, Unlets for the pure love of them; but this I know, 1 1 the gray of morning, at mid day, in the gleam Of azure and gold of the sundown's last beam, They hold me, and entrance me, whsrever I go. GREEK IN MIL WA UK EE. Milwaukee Sun. By a recent change in the curriculum of the High Schools, Greek has been dropped from the studiea, though Latin is still retained, and a city paper regards the dropping of Greek a mistake. We think so too. Years ago we held old fogy notions upon educational matters and though that English ought to be taught in our public schools. It seemed to us that as English was the language of the country and the English sciences the only ones used in business, it could do children no particular harm to teach them a little English occasionally not too much, so that it would interfere with their Greek, Latin, painting, drawing and dancing, but enough so they could buy two yards of factory cloth at eight cents a yard and feel satisfied iu their minds that the two yards came to six teen cents. We were runing a little country paper at that time, and work as hard as ever wc might we could no make any money, and wo could not ac count for it. One day we dropped jn to a school examination, where Latin was being peelc 1 off iu great flakes and Greek wsa being talked like a man fil ing a circular saw. We saw at one where we were making our life a failt and wasting our energies, and we returned to the office, resolved to remedy the defect. We opened von the public ia the next issue with plenty of Latin and Greek, and the effect wag wonder ful. The public had been suffering for fust that kind of thing, and the edition was exhausted. Subscriptions began to pour in from all quarters ; we enlarged the paper and came to Milwaukee, still crowding its columns with L ttiu and Greek. The public knows the rest. Money has flowed iu upon usjso that we have had to keep a man with a splint broom at the door to sweep it back. This is what Latin and Greek has done for us, and we can truthfully say that we naaratner see a boy aoie to write a beautiful essay in Greek, and time, than to see him hanged for horse stealing. It u uwrn CTUble to him. LAND SLIDES IN SWITZERLAND. TOK TERRIBLE) DISASTER AT ELM 150 PERSONS BURIED. A letter from Geneva, September 16, says the public mind has been grievous ly moved by the news of the catastrophe at Elm, an Alpine village in the canton of Glaris, about fifteen miles from the chief town of the canton. Slate in large quantities is brought from the small and wild valley in which the village is situ ated. The industry which made the in habitants prosperous has at last proved their ruin. It is now known that tho basis of the mountain which gave way was layers of slate and schist. The wa ter from the recent exceptional rains had permeated the Boil, and caused the layers to slide forward till their specific gravity brought them down into tho valley. From the account given by a spectator of the event, I gather the fol lowing particulars : The higher p irts of the mountain were seen to quiver like a reed, and the forest to undulate like a field of wheat. All at once down came the rocks and trees flying through the air with the utmost rapidity, and driv ing the atmosphere before them with such extraordinary pressure that ihe largest trees, houses and men in the open fields were carried away like chaff. The Mayor of the district of Elm give a list of 111 names of persons belonging to sixty seven families of the valley as having disappeared It is- known there arc more victims, many of them Italian workmen employed in the quarries, and that the total number will be about 150. AN EDITOR'S STRANGE PRESENT MENT. There wTas something singuiarly pathetic in tho death of Mr. W. P. Horner, managing editor of the Pittisburg Commercial Gazette. He was prostrated with over-work on the day after Gen. Garfield was shot, and he conceived tho idea that his fate was wrapped up in that of the President. On Monday ni?ht" he heard the bells tolling and knew that tho event which he regarded as fatal to himself had come. Ho grew rapidly worse, and died on Wednes - day morning, THE WEALTH MR. GOULD TROLS. Springfield Republican. CON- Jay;Could controls 11,714 miles of railroad whoso valiifi nrbbH tr the estimated value of other enter prises ho controls, is placed at S61C, 500,000. This is probably the law- rtu..u iMu bw-jbu any- ""oio uy u,u y uuo mau out LU6 i fortune which gives Gould power j over lfc 13 well below tho fortune of ' f1" Ina country, W. 3L i . -.1 ,uulfJ' auuoroui ' a uozen or a 1 nnrnn mini nhfond " ' . WAS GARFIELD AN AGNOSTIC? "An Inquirer" in the New York Hour makes this inquiry about the late President : Is it true that the absence of any clergyman from the death bed of the late President explains a matter which has been well-known in Washington, but of which tho gen eral public has not been informed Mr. Garneld in earlv lile was a Oanipbellite, and sometimes occu pied the pulpit ; but being an ed ucated man and abreast of his tunes he, during the last ten -years, read the works of Darwin, Tyndell, Hux ley, Draper, Borne and other scien tine writers, aud John Stuart Mill His intimate friends -say that he seemed particularly impressed with the views of Herbert Spencer. There are frequent references in his elab- orate speeches to the works ot sci pntific agnostics of our times. Put Mr. Garfield, like ten thousands of persons in the cunrches, not only kept his heterodox views to himself, but kept on such kindly relations with the sect of which he was for merly a lay preacher, that their leaders and preachers supposed him to be still one of them. This he could do with tho more confidence, as the Disciples, as they call them selves, renounce dogmas of all kinds, and ask of thoir members nothing but that they should lollow tho ex ample of Christ. Lord Eeaconsfield, it will also be remembered, died without ministration from the hands of a clergyman. While paying all outward respect to the church of England, the great English Tory was either a Jew in his private be lief or else a skeptic of tho eighteenth century type. His repeated and brilliant eulogies of the Jewish race in his novels show that he was proud of his lineage, and lead to the suspicion that he may have believed in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, while tho tenor of his life and works gives au impression of the mocking, cynical temper toward things religious which characterize Voltaire and tho men of his epoch. WAS GARFIELD SUPERS11TI0US. President Hinsdalo, of Hiram . , asked College, in an interview, was as to tho story sent out since (n vrill - field was shot that he always expect ed to dio at forty-nine, President Hinsdale said : "I never heard anything of it and I don't believe it. I know that when he went into the army he expected to be killed. I was once riding with him from Hiram to Mantua after ho had enlisted and before he had gone to the army, and he said to mo that he would never come home alive. Said he: "The bitterness of death has passod to me." When asked as to Garfield's re ported superstition, he said :. "There is, I know, a fonndation for such stories but they do not come from any superstition on hss part. He was curious in that way, and it was curiosity more than superstition that led to it. He had a long string of them that wenty by forty-two. There were forty-two in the class in which ho graduated at Williams. His regiment was numbered forty two. When his little daughter died in 18G3, he measured her for burial, and told me that sho measured just forty-two inches in length. Thero were lots of these coincidences, and he had a wonderful ingenuity in working them out. For instance, I have been with him at a hotel, where he was given room No. 67. He would say, 'Do you see that ? Six times seven make forty-two.' Ho had a check given him at the depot numbered 1,246. He would say, 'See there again. One and two mako three, three and four are seven, and six times seven mako forty-two.' But then, any one who has ingen uity can get used to things of that sort," "Do you think Garfield had an unshaken and abiding belief in a hereafter?'" "I have no doubt of it. The last timo ho spoke in Hiram in tho church ho told of a conversation ho had had with a noted infidel, and ho went on and gave expression as to tho blankness and darkness . an Atheistic doctrine throws into tho life of a man." As a race, bachelors are abusod, and why? Simply because they are bachelors. Married men are continually boasting of their happi ness. If they are happy why not keep more quiet about it? Put they are always talking of the lone liness of bachelors. Loneliness in deed ! Who is petted to death by ladies with marriagable daughters ? invited to tea and evening parties, j ana told to drop in just when con venient ? The bachelor. Who lives in clover all his days, and when ho dies has flowers strewed on his grave by the girls who couldn't entrap him ? Tho bachelor. Who strews flowers on the married man's grave? His widow ? Well, not al ways. Who goes to bed early bo: cause time hangs heavily on his hands? The married man. Who ! is scolded and called a mean dog for ' picking out the softest part of tho i bed and wakinsr un the baby turn- ing out in the morning ? The mar- : ried man. Who has wood to split. ' fires to build, house-hunting and ! marketing to do, tho young ones to : wash, and tho lazy servants to look : after? The married man. Who ! is taken up for whipping his wife? ! The married man ? Who srets di- vorced ? Tho married man. President Arthur's family con- ,lsts of Uvo chiIdren a boy and t ...... .... Chester A.. 17 years old and a girl. Nellie, aged 11. His wife died a year ago last January. Senator Sawyer has presented ... : u i i i i Bquare miiCsof land in the St, Croix, Valley, north of Hudson, Wis. The price paid by Mr. Sawyer was one price paid by Mr. Sawye dollar per acre, or S1G0 000 for tho . wnoie vast tract. WITH E. S. Payne & Co., Exclusively Wholesale Dealers In 'Boots. Shoes 'and Hats. KNl'XVILLE, TESJT. J- prices guaranteed. aug3 81 tf An Educational Boom ! TAZEWELL COLLEGE. TTUST WHAT THE PEOPLE WANT the Equal of any aud the Llvttst of NO DECLINE. all. Continues to grow In populor favor . Two Hun dred and Two Students enrolled the past year. First Term 4th Session ojtent August 22, closes Dec. 24: Second opens Jan. 3, closes first Wednesday in May. COURSE OF INSTRUCTION most thorough, embracing the English, Sciontifle, and Ancient Languages. A new department for instruction in Book-Keeping and legal forms is to be added. EXPENSES.-.- Tuition per term ranges from $t 25tolS. Board tl 2 to $1 60 per week. Students ean board themselves for one half this amount. . It Is the school for students of small means. CRAXD SUCCESS. The ppacial lectures delivered wwkly and month ly . "Our young people cannot afford to do van out them." sav the students " They pay ns for all our expenses independent ci the course of In struction," is frequently said of them. Those on 'Manners," "How to Bucceea in iaie, ana -jue is What we Make It." are worth thousands to our youth . RELIGIOUS ADVANTAGES the best. Northern and Southern Mettiodlnts, Presbyterians and Baptists have preaching every month: also Sabbath Schools. Lecture and prayer meeting weekly. JL LIE AliU is to educate in morals as well as intellect. No bar rooms or gambling dens. Send for Catalogue t 1$. Ii. JUAWA.1C1J, July 18, 1881 tf TAZEWELL, TENN. MADISON ACADEUY, KUTLEDGE, GRAINGER COUNTT, TENN. HE SCHOLASTIC Year will be divided Into two terns of eighteen weeks each. The fall term will eaetn Monday, August Mth. 1881. EXPENSES. rh-Bt Class Pr imary Speller, 1st and 2d Readers and Geogrsphy, $ 26; Second Class Pronouncing Speller, 3d and 4th Readrs, 1st Lessons in Arithmetic and mmary I v.. T Ml- Third fMaaa Rth Reader. Prso- ticOl Arithmetic, narvey's Engli.h Grammar, I o termodiate Geography, History and Composition, $10. All highsr branches $13 50. One hall of all tuition bi Is due In advance and balance at close of the term . No deduction etcept in cases of pro tracted sickness . Board can be procured at from $5 to $6 per monrh. DISCIPLINE We will aim at mild but firm and strict dusipliue. Studeuts will be taught their duty, and will be expected to per form It. Ail temptations will, as far as possible be kept from them. For further facts, address, J. M. DAVIDSON, Principal, sept 31 3m Rutledqk, Tenn. HATTIE HOUSE. It is Located in the Exact Business Center of KnoxYille, Tennessee, One Square from the Post Office, Cus tom House, Banks, and in the immediate vicinity of all the Principal Wholesale and Retail St ires. JTEir THROUGHOUT', Furniture, etc., Eiectric Annunciator, Ga, Wide UaUt, and tU Ventilation it No. 1 and No Mistake. THE TABLES SUPPLIED with the best the market affords. -Choice Sample Rooms for Commercial Travel lers on first floor if desired. I WSpeeial rates to Merchants and Commercial Travelers. Porters always at the train. Omnibus free. J. C. FLANDERS, July 21, 'U0 ly PROPRIETOB. DENTISTRY 1 DENTISTRY 1 THOS. J. SPECK, D.D.S. OFFICES : Rogersvillo, Tenn., from 1st to 18th of each month Morristown, from lfth to last of each mouth. Terms Cash, or Its Equivalent. nini'TVWoiQiKa 18 useful stops. S set rfed 'iins Pianos $123 up. ir-Illus Catalog. YiiKK. Address bkattt. Washing ton, N I W. a, WltUETH, MAIN STREET, MORRISTOWN, TENN. Has now on baud a complete stock of Family Groceries, To which he has recently added a full line of BOOTS AND SHOES, Which be offers cheap for Cash. . He will pay the highest market price for all kUdsof country produce. Provisions and Eatables of every description ket ou hana at an times. jmi-j HE BR EAT CURE RHEUMATISM As it Is for aU disess of tbe KISkiCYS, LIVER AH9 BOVSL. It eleaasoe the eystea of tke aorl that eaosjs the dmedfal sufferls aieU only the riotinie of Xki-umatiam Malias. TK8USAr.ES IF CASE 1 of th wont forma of this Wrri'ole here been quloily reuo-vsd, la a wwn u " PERFECTLY CURED. has had waertal sumwm, and an nuuae sale In every part of the couavry. -in droda of oases it has oured where a'.l ! had failed. Itla mild, but eXoisat. rr.urjl IN IT ACTION, but haruUcts in all eaaea, tyItelanses,Btrertliea aiiJ !v5ew life to all the importaat orpmsof Um body. The natural action of the X idncya li rortored. Tke Liver Is cleansed of all dioe. and the Bowels move freely and healthfully. Inta way the worst disoeeos are eradicated trow to.sy.tem. .:'.,.. Ac it hm boon proroa vj vwmswa is the most effootual r?Ttiedy for cleansing the system of all morbid sjareuoBa. ItaaouUlbe maed in every hotataiioid as a SPRING MEDICINE. Always eures KOJOuSN 3HJ, vONaTXPA- HON. PIXJ23 and all I'EMALS Dicaea. Is pot ap to Dry Vertale Y erwa, uitlu cans, one peekaire of w li ich uiak t quaru medK Ine. Abo ia Liquid Ferns, very f cecntr.tcS foe theeonveuiuuoi '' tti.w lwnwtitilil; pre pare It. ItactvttktiiuU r.Hrieuesi ( .itUiororm. GET 1TOFVOPR PltUGOTST. 1 l:Cr. !.C9 WELLS, BICU1KDSOS Af.... l'r'.-, rin -,1 Ih- rtrv tw-l..V Ht Ul IU TON. TT. a. an August, 1881. COWAN, McCLUNG & CO., Knoxville, Tenn., Wbolo.aU) Dealura in SHALL WARES AND NOTIONS, BOOTS, I5HQES, AND HATS, Invito the attention of tho Trade to their excep tionally full aud aril m M-U-d llin of FRESH GOODS in Stork and arriving dally for the embracing everythlug NEW AND DESIRABLE in the above Pncartments, which they offer only to Merchants, aud at prices as low as they ran be delivered from the eastern or any other markets. PETER RITT2R, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In al Oradee of Cigars, Tobaccos, TINE VEEEBOUaCM A .NT OTHER Et3" m n- J3G2 Czz m The old stand 96 Gay St ., KNOXVILLE, - - - TENN. mar 10 80 ly OF ST. CECILIA, Honut Voruon, Nashville, Tenn. For Young Laclicw, Conducted by Dominican Sitters. riHISlNBTITCTlON WAS FOUNDKD IN 110. J and stands npon an eminence north of the city limits of Ns.hville, ovorlor.knitf the valli y of the Cumberland river, ror icuiy of scenery, pure air oiid healthfuhioss. It is not surpaaMl Lj any institution, either North or Iu the South. Hickuees is alinoet unknown. Chalybeate water. constant In supply, U upon the lawn, aud tin purest white sulphur just ont.ide the irrou.ids, The wholeeome country dlot and facilities for out door exoerlee, offer peculiar advantage, to pupils of a delicate oon.titutiou . The halls for study, musical rehearsals, recitation aud dormitories are well ventilated, havlnx vera ron.trorted with a view of promoting the health and comfort of pupils. The education ol youth is the special eel jinn of the Dominican Sisters ; to quel fly thein.elvee for this high duty is their coustsnt aim. The Arad my refers with confidence for verification of its past efndeucy to its many anisucd graduate sad ItMTMipii. throughout the South. The course of lustrnctlon embscee ail the Usual requisitiee of a thorough and ero nip Halted educa tion, fitting the pupil lor the blithe, eocial circle, or the office of tnaching. Special claratia are fornwd for such as wish to prepare themselves for teach ing. The Department of Music, both rural and instrunimental, is superintended Iu the nwart able manner. To preveut bad habits lu BugiTlng be ginners receive k-eeons every day. AU tne pupile are taught to .Ing ; beoidue daily Ineeuneln vocal ezerctsee by roiupeteut teacher .urn pupil. vIum years and natural, vocal power, lit ttn-ni for partic ular lessons, may have their vulce cultivated fUr the most approved stylo. A library of eludes and standard works In opea to the young ladies. The discipline is mild and parental yet firm ; the pupils are kept within the line of duty more by a seuce of justice and Lonor than by far of penalty. To encourage diligence and polite, amiable deportment, noU-s of spproltku are awarded every week, and cards of eaorllsuce evvry month. Ou one day of every month the pupils entortala the teachers with vocal and instrumental niuaic, reading of compositions, and recitations from the best authors. The object f thrse exrrciwe Is the cultivation of taste, habits of self-poasc.ion and ease and grace of manners. Weekly Instructions are given In pollti-neee aud etiquette and all that coustltuteM correct, lady-like deportment. Pupils of all denominations are reo-lved ; no difference la made on account of religion, car undue influence exerted to bias Ihe religious opln ionf of pupils differing lu creed . French is taught by native teachers. The Academic year consists of two s-lou of five tnonUis each; it oonimenoee on the first Monday in Heptnniber, aud terminates with ' Wis ing Kxereises about the a.tli of June. At the cloe ing exerclkee Academic Honors are conferred and Rewards distributed. For further particulars address Superioress St. Cecilia Academy, aug J 81 ly XASHV1IXE, TENS. QTARTLirJC DISCOVERYI LOST MALiHOOD RESTORED. A victim of youthful to produce caua.ng rrstnaturo Decay, Kervooa Dobdjty. Lost Man. hood, etc, having tried In vain eviry known remorlyjias discovered a simple self cure, wbi a te arid send FKF.S to bis ffillowiuffemra. st 5roa JT. U. Ui-tVj, Chatbaia fct., H. X. to Sip For Slc. A PORTABLE STEAM SAW ia MILL, motiuU'd on whaU, M horse power power enpiue aud double aaw mill, unarly new and in good ruuuiug order. Fur full parti-ulars, call ou or address, W. H. OooDUICU, sept SI 4m Jonesboro, Tun. IMabllKlicd tS IH F. V. HAMILTON WITH MACK, STADLER & CO., MAMraCTt'BL'II4 Of 10J IVTiii. SU. " uTiciuiudl, O. rccli'IMl If " , .... I ';'!.. . i . . EMPLOYrEriT TO SELLL AJKOOSEHOLD ARTICLE. rpilK poor u w;i Ue rli h, Is. old s. as 1 tUe ..ili,K, the wife, e-l a. th. unbai.i. tl voting infci.l'in a wi ll it,, i ut n, i. Hi. rirls. ..l a tke l , l.i.jr j i.t . i raru a "W d VT, III tl'itH-et rrirlnv nlnt. a. t ait aroui.a Ihr )ii u at,. I ul ImtUmtm fe mmrm M litt tbi lit cau j Ii r j.iii nn.li.iYiiii nl. II, t,. . . orl. .ur own IH-itflitiortK.Hl, among v. ur f ri. i. .la ana aciualitaur If yuu d ii. r f..r til..y. runt, ru lii; ari ta'ual.l tr.rWm.ti n t" n, frvrufo.t. 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At l.XfU'llM IUt mllh t ii)-.r Vl.llaiiJ Rl. way to an. I fr .m tbe H..ulh simI Norlti. At liUIMDI, with Tenn , Vi. 4 ua. lUllrvsJ for all jMiluta H suli and Kont 'i.w rat N. T haw TliriHigh li r I rui Wa.hli. le Kw Orlvati. via kiK.ni.lx sud Atlanta. tin I baa hlrpr betweoo I n Ul.ur. tnJ Ktiul eille. EASTWARD. Xo.4. .to. II Ml'. M. li H4 ti ytil li M i..l,l I 14 A w . Ias IlrtaVol Akuigilon .... " (iladn .Spring ., Marion VtyllRVllle... . " VarUu's ... . Vntrl ...... "lirit ulmrg . . Hairm ... ... .1 S4 A. V. . 4.11 A. M .. C 41 A U. t 1 A M . I BJ A. M. 9 JftA M I" 11 A. M . IH is A M II 71 A M. 1 A. 1 II A. 3: I SO A . 4 IS A 11 A M . M w. M l(..siu.kt . II 4A A M " Ivi.u. IMirtloiI 'M I.tU ity ... li f J ti.M.n Arrive l.ym-liimrf l.iu V. 11 Iaie l. luM'.i'f. . . . , .. larmvill.. " HorkrvtiUw " fetrraourg..... " ifl.sk Arrive Norfolk :w A M A. t 4S A T 4t A. ou.A IU l A. VMS. A M. W. M . 1 t6 I'. i or r, 4 ft r. M. C.nu.otaL LVNCllBt'lUk witbirgiuls Mk-lUad Hallway I't ami fr. in tl. Kurili and nth At 111 liKEVILI.K wMll Hi. li...i,d Danvllk. Railroad f'.r Uu liu.'iid. !nnrt..u, lia.liaa ra anil New York. 'i l.rourti Car I vl eii I.) it. I.Luig and Ki Ih'hi 1 vi. IturkviliM. AI1K1I !;i'.l l;il Willi UuliSM.iid r.-t. ra!,r Railrr.! f..r Ul.-limnnd, an. I WHU l'et.-ralt.rg K-.a.l f..r n I I .u aav.1 I-.uH Mutitli lat. At M iRl'l d.li ciiiix tlon K in. I.-.mi M u laja, Wrdneidav and hatiirdav. with lUi lK'.lr.l . M. .ia mop t .r Nm York, l':ug al I. M. A1m, f'.r ll.t, u en Tu.Jk)a si.. fil.ta)., (.tra.glit Sud round trip tt. k.la al b.w islra. ( ..i.ufx t il l lia 1. 1 ii" ilHr. l Hubday, f jr llaltiinore. fliiiaj.lj his and V'ik I i. rural.. n Ii. kt. In hmniiirr l.'.ri.m Vs. k Tei.n. DIM.ni, and ir snl Bn l-t'li4 'I'ttkets to all ptiuiiinefct p.attits Uirrai u its W.at aud !..ntU-v rt, , u .aie at i jti l.t ng. irainri and orl..'.k. r"l'or futh.T paritriilar., rtc., sillroas I. H. blAik.,.l 1 lraa.-l . bml.. burg, Vs. X. r. flHUOHMT., M r, I'Herslirtrg. Vs. FUA.VK 111 tit.R, rlupt T ., t.tuU.lmrg, t The CoiiHntlriaU'tl Jtallwmy Exirep Of the 5orf..;k li WraU-ru IcallriHt.l, Is trrart4 thrieig?i It. c)iinv'tion, to at . tti rtir.a t'li.iaaaae to sll mts la the Lulte.1 htsire. kial h duremrtita orr. md to sud from ialtlmr snl all point, on i.rt ilk 4 Vt Mteru II. H. p.iiiia.' ti.ui at Norfolk Willi Meaiiirr. la an 4 from It tl more flail v, n. .! un.la).. W. A. lUni'tirri, klanae'T, I.jnrlil.urj , Ta. VASSAR 0LLECE, POU(JllKKi:iII n. v., forthk i.tiiKitAi. rmv'ATio or Wt VK M . KiaailuatkMia fw eatraiMW, H. I 14th Cel.. ogue sent ou ap,lU'atiuu to W.I,. If AM, 1l. . . 4ai augSiio 'awl TONSOKIAL, By Mack Fulton, Al Uia Oiaireerrlal lloua. MORRISTOWN'. TENN KSSKL. aT" I solicit Ilie publln pat run. i,'., aud W"vl4 say that I can irawwetwferi rrrh-r In a rl, wet hav, hair ret, hair drws, rbn kh.ai, ut an el.-Ka.nt , UUkor or uoiik lie die I time Moderate. Chancery Sale cf Land. IN PUPHUANCi; OF A DI' eree of tLe 'liucry Court at MorrUtova, pruoonnred st lis July Urui, lel. In Its reus Ueo. H. t ronrti m Oomnnulonvr iaf ltti vs. J. al. Mx et al, I wid a 11 at the I -.art Uuh dour, rn MorrlMtowa, oa Monday, Xoc. 14th, Ij-SI, H public aui tl. .a, bv the fc!g.. l.I I r. for eaaa In hand, Uv foil wiuaT. pr..rtj: I Iw.aa esd lot situate in M.rrwon a. II,. r-iwfiy vf M.ry l"-U y and fatly .l.fr,M lu th- bill h So. Haul houae and lot a iU la. 4 tv eat waly Ike Ilea 01 tii. htate ou the .am. tr t.. k hiat aud r..ut.ty tains, portlier wttb eU, a nick at fail a I out lathe b.ll wtd will a a.) tm aiiuouucd on the day of aale. Tha 0-. IU, l't . OEt. H. t UUVCll, eportaJ Cora, or til Iw rs fre $5 DRi DUTTS' Tr.sk .HChrcmlo rta.as.a. and ..i.ra e wu al r- .llU..n I n...Kh Laacanafal mMl , i i a. j D r.JJJ O H f X f O S ' t av. ua.i rTTa u f, a. .a or u. HZL t 11 !. e wtiiioni n.ia. Urararf ar 1'ma.ama KaMlaatawaa. 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