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The Morristown Gazette. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19, 1881. Local Notes and Other News. Wc are having beautiful, balmy, spring-like weather. 100 per cent saved by buying your clothing at; Noe & Mathis. WASHING TON LETTER. THE A For millinery call on Mrs. Lou Our milliners and dress-makers seem to be doinsr a thriving besi Flynn at Craig & Bro's. 6tore. goods just received. Competition invited ineverything in the millinery line by Mrs. Lou Flynn, at the Craig store. The handsomest and most modern stvles in all jroods at Mrs. Lou Fly nn's millinery store. Xew ness in their respective lines. Passenger go through from Chat tanooga to Lynchburg now without clianjrinir cars. The new departure is a good one lor the traveller. : .- Mr. Dan. Itobertson intorms U3 that the corn crop around his im mediate section is sufficient to meet all home demands. The Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis railroad directory have re duced the rassenrcr rate over their line of road, both local and through, to 3 cents a mile. .Dan. I'obertson, of. this vicinity, infornis us that he has made sixty gallons ol sorghum molasses tins season. Dan. is tin enterprising larmer, ; Saturday was an unusually busy day, the town being thronged with country people, ana we presume most of our merchants' did a paying business which threw a ray ol sun shine across their countenances. The 25th of November is tho day A-dispatch to John W. IlarJe an nounces tho death 6f his grandson. John inman Dane, at Atlanta, Ga fixed by law for the execution of Joe ou Monday, 17th. The parents of the Harris, at Rogersville, for the double murder of Charles Brown and An drew Hicks, last November. Rev. J. Torbett, of the M. E. rimrrh. South, a well known and formerly useful citizen of Blount ville. w,s taken to the Insane Asy lum at Nashville, last Monday, for treatment of an intellect aberrated by religious excitement. It is announced from Washington that Fresident Arthur will send tho name of Judge O. P. Temple to the Senate, at an early day; for confirm ation as postmaster at Knoxville. .... 1 i i lie news seems to nave ueen a guu darling little boy have much to com fort them. . Noe & Math is aro , selling men's and .boy's clothintr -at astounding low prices. Call and examine. We like to chronicle happy events and will step off in " this hour of matrimonial bliss, by announcing that the daughter of our esteemed friend, Squire Shandy Davis. Miss Maud, was "married last Sunday week to Mr. Ed. Fort. All of this county. Sheriff A. C. Hughes, of Claiborne county, committed to the jail of oral surprise to tho warring factions ast Sunday eveuinjr. John II. llarn- of the metropolis. An exciting shooting match was held at Sulphur Springs, last Satur day. We don't know who walked oil" with the sheep unless it was Josh Sikes, as ho said he was "a goin' to pull ibr it,"' and as far as heard from he has succeeded in carrying off first and second choice quarters. Tho Pichmond lleliqious Herald lias this information : " Tho church at Suffolk, Va., has extended a call to Dr. Wm. A. Montgomery, now of Chattanooga. enly those Ports mouth Association people covet earnestlv tho best eifls. We hopo Dr. 31. will see his way clear to join Dr. li. in in cine. ' Oh carry me - O J ' back.' " Knoxville has a seven day's sleep er in the person of Miss Liza Mpran, IV handsome young Irish girl- Sbe fell asleep Monday, the 3d, and on the 8th was still enjoying her nap. The Chronicle say that the case is known to physicians as pletharicap poplcxy, and people havo been known to have remained for weeks in a trance. Another link of industry in our town enterprises is the establishment of a first class boot and shoo shop by our competent and skilled work man, Mr. Ep. Hyder, on the rail road, in Pleas. Pogers, dee'd, old sa loon stand. Ep. is as good a boot and shoe maker as ever drove 9 peg or made a stitch, and those wanting good and cheap work would do well to call on him. er, of Stoddard county,. Mo., charg ed with the murder of Ambrose Snyder, in that county, Sept. C, '81. Harper is about 35 years old, was formerly of Claiborne county, and has a wife and four children in Mis souri. He confesses to tho killing but claims it was in self defense lie offered Sheriff Hughes $25 for his freedom. A dispatch from tho sher iff of Stoddard county, on Monday, announces his departure for this place. A reward of 200 was offer ed for Harper's capture. Consult your interest by buying a handsome and well-made business suit from Noe & Mathis at figures lower than you ever before paid for such goods. 5, The Morristown dry fruit estab lishment is still doing a good busi ness in the way of drying fruit, and spreading big and little change among our people. Thanks for such brilliant Yankee grit. A Southern capitalist would have re quired at least six mouths hard beg ging before he could have been in duced to embark in such profitable business, and, then, nine chances in ten, he would affirm that tho busi ness was too risky for him to put his money in. Thus we see huge for tunes made and lost. Of course t thinking people will catch our idea. TUR CLOTHING TRADS. THE ADVANTAGES OF SELECTING FKOM A HOUSE I.IKE JO. T. M'tEER L CO's. The peculiar advantages of Knox ville as a market for the purchase of clothing are not generally under stood by those who have been ac customed to "buy this class of goods from Northern or Eastern manufac turers. One of these advantages ,Vnd ' a very important poo' ip the Southern merchant handling clo thing -is, that our dealers in thjs description of goods manufacture their own clothing from goods se lected especially for this climate, and the peculiar tastes of our people, who require, generally, much lighter and more delicate fabrics than are made lor more hyperborean regions, and the styles and cut of goods tp be found with our dealers are inorp in keeping with the wants of Southern wearers, in a mercantiio expen ence ranging over thirty years in Knoxville, said a friend to us du ring a recent visit there, "I do not remember to have ever seen a finer or more attractive assortment of do thing than is now being opened and displayed by our principal dealers joir'thiala-U ami winters trade.. Among the leading iepresonta lives of the clothing trado there, the house of Jo. T. M cTcer & Co. may bo classed as one of the most prominent of their business, for tho members of this enterprising firm have been prominently connected with their nresent avocation for a number of years. Combining such a long and thorough experience in the business with the liberal resources for tho i. a miia.L-tu.ro and sale of stock, this leading house controls one of tho largest and most complete lines of clothing to bo found m Knoxville Their business is conducted upon tho broad principles of accommodation to all their patrons, and in lurther ance of such spirit, their large prem ises are divided into different de partments, so that customers can select their stock of medium or fine clothing from the elegant assort ment to bo found upon the lQwer floor ci th conspicuous building re cently erected to this business. Iu addition to a very large and attrac tive stock of clothing, McTecr & Co. ahvavs carry a full line of furnishinr goods,' and their assortment of shirts and underwear includes every va riet3' and style handled by tho trade. With a largo and complete manu factory in- anothor, State, this enter prising house is receiving regular and constant 'contributions to its htoek of clothing, from tho latest and best goods as they como from the looms of Eastern and foreign factories and mills. Those of our country friends who visit Knoxville in quest of clothing or kindred gous for this fall and winter, should not fail to visit this leading estab lishment and examine the very large and tomplvti' assortment offered by Me'IVer it Co.. who have unusual facilities for supplying dealers upon the must favorable ami satisfactory I term. Clothing! Clothingl Clothing! in endless variety at Noe & Mathis, at solid rock bottom prices. Why Are You Bilious? Because you havo allowed your bowels to becomo costivo, and liver torpid. Use Kidney-Wort to pro duco a free state of the bowels, and it will stimulate the liver to proper action, cleanse the skin of its yel lowness, cure bilious headache, and cause new life in the blood. .. Drug gists have it, both dry and liquid. Ziori's Herald. Now is the "accepted time" to get yourself a good suit of clothes at .an insignificant cost. " Go. tp"Npp '& Mathis and bp made happy, " King's may be. blest but Joe was glorious, o'er all the ills of life victorious, when he steadied him self airainst a brick wall and halted us on the street" yesterday with "Say, did you get'my prescription?" "lour prescription lor whau "My prescription for the Gazette I pre scribed for it yesterday, to be left at . v r ' v -r- r ". - . ' the post onice. and 1 want t regu larly." "Did you pay for it ?" "Pay ! No, not yet. . Wots yer terms?" "One dollar and a half in advance or two dollars during the year "Alh right, mister: send her right along on the 'through the year schedule," and Joe. winked his eye took one. party to make a trade. Something of a sceno occurred one day last week upon tho visit of one our most imperially named attorn eys to his office. lieturning from a successful week at an adjacent court he paraded the pavement leading from his house to his office with an air of stiffened propriety becoming his legs and spinal column, whatev er impression it might have produc ed on the mind of tho pbgeryer as. to'thp condition 'of his bank account. With like dignity and procision he approached his office door, extract ed from his coat tail pocket a key, put it into the lock, turned tho bolt and threw open the door. . And then there was suddenly a great change in that man s appearance. His se rone calmness and dignity fled him, his game leg settled to its accustom ed level, and even his incandescent hirsute perceptibly paled its glow under the enlarged and penetrtjng eyes that protruded from their sock ets in unfeigned amazement. Ills office was vacant. Not a table, not a book, not a card, not a bottle (of ink) was there to meet his accustom ed gaze. One look, was sufficient, and he started down street at 2:40 strides. At the post office ho inquir ed if the sheriti was in town. Some one replied, "he was in town ypstcr- day moving youromeo. .Moving my office f the blank you say! 1 thought some thief had stolen it,'and had a 10b for tho sheriff. It seems that during his absence our friend's law partner had found a more eligi ble room and had moved the Avholo stock without consultation. The laugh was against our imperial friend, and he said: " but by hokey, boys, I had about as soon the old oilice had Ijccr stolen by Borne strug gling genius who would utilize it, as to have heard Tom Cain say that it was iat seen 111 t lie hands ol the sheriff." EXTRA SESSION. ELEVATION OF POLITICAL BESTRIDER. RECEP TION OP FRENCH GUESTS. THE SUM MIT OF WASHINGTON MONUMENT IN FLAMES. ...... Washington, D. C, Oct., 15, '81. fTo the Editor of The Morristown Gazette : . The Senate has been in session less than a week, and has elected two Presidents pro tempore. Mr. Bayard's pro tempore was temporary indeed, and, when he had been forced from tho place next that of the President of tho United States, after ho had held it less than three days, Mr. Edmund's motion that he bo tendered the thanks of the Sen ate for the impartiality of his ad ministration was thought b' some to be ajoke. Mr. Davis on assum ing the chair made a brief speech, thanking the Senaie for the honor, and declaring his independence of any political obligation. It is sup posed, however, on all political ques tions he will, when called on, give the casting vote in favor of the lie- publicans. In a speech, delivered by him in the last session of the Senate, he said that, having been elected by Democratic votes, he lelt it incumbent to carry out Democrat ic policy as far as he could consist ently. This being his theory, it is supposed that he now, having been e cvated to the Vice Presidency by Republican votes, will feel himself bound to sustain Republican policy. Some will be anxious to know if his ast elevation cancels the obligations of the first, and it is no doubt a uestion sufficiently knotty for the judicial mind of ex-Judge Davis himself. My own opinion is that he will now, as in the past, pose as an Independent. This is his favorite role. The only difference now is that the fence is higher, the top plank sharper, and the weight of the political bestridcr increased ! I have it very straight that no Cabinet nominations will be sent in before the middle of next week. President Arthur is developing a reputation for reticence and silent sagacity that might be the envy of General Grant himself. This has been a gala day, and one of much pageantry in Washington. The French guests arrived on Thursday, and were to-day escort ed, by military and civic bodies, from tho Arlington Hotel to the Capitol, where they were received by the President. The occasion was selected by Secretary Blaine for the formal presentation of the diplomat ic corps to the President, and thesp, in their gprgeous court regalia, our own tastefully and richly uniformed army and naval officers, with tho red-pan talooned French officers.pre sented such a coup d' ceil of gold lace, grace and gallantry as can be seen nowhere eise on ims Hemis phere. In looking at this gay and brilliant assemblage, it was difficult to realize that, only two weeks be fore, the body of Garfield lay in state in this same rotunda. At night, the French visitors were entertain ed with a grand pyrotechnical dis play in the vicinity of Washington Monument. Apropos of this monu ment, which it is intended shall overtop the pyramids of Egypt. St. Paul 3 at Pome, and the Cp,lC;gne Cathedral. It 'has. npw reached nearly half its intended altitude, and already makes the surrounding edifices, with tho exception or the dome of the capltol, look dwarfish. Toward tho close of the pvrotochnic- al display, the black mourning dra pery around the dizzy summit of the monument caught hre, and hnal- ignited the more substantial scaf folding, furnishing a display of fire works that was not in the bills. To-da-r the visitors will attend the Mr.' David Pich offers a liberal reward for the return of a mare sto len from his stable in Grainger coun ty on the night of the 14th October. Pcad his advertisement. The safe in tho office of tho Trus tee of Greene county, in the Court House at Greeneville, was broken into last Saturday night and robbed 01 fc'J.uou, $8,1 00 belonging to the county and 900 in gold belonging to Mr. Parks, the Trustee, as we arc informed by gentlemen who left Greeneville Sunday morning. New idcertisemenfs. Notice to Creditors of John Laf l'erty. Deceased. . N e to Advertisements Notwithstanding the dullness in matrimonial affairs as represented by our efficient and clever County Court Clerk, there has been two "knots tied" within the nast two weeks which failed to catch "ye jocai s notice at the time Mr. Joseph Purkey to Miss Johnio Jack son, and Mr. Daniel Purkoy to Miss Jiary liobertson. All ot Hamblen county. STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING. ILLIAM Me CONNELL. Surrivine Administrator of John lfrci-tr Deceased, vg . Samuel GUI, et al. The insolvency of the estate of John L&fferty deceased ha vine been tmccrested. ami hill aia .. the Chancery Court at Kutiedge by the surviving Administrator. Wm. MeGormWl va tho hir . law and creditors, praying that said estate may be administered in said Court aa an insolvent estate. it la tnerelore ordered bv the Clerk ami mnatxi. mat publication be made for four successive weeks lu u Morristown Qjlzxttk, a newspaper pub- ""ou 111 uio town 01 oiornBtowu, notuyiug aU persons having claims against ths ewtate of John Iafferty deceased, to come forward and present them and make themselves parties to said bill within four months from the first day of Octobor, 1881, or they will be forever barred both in law and equity. G. H. GROVE, C 411. Sopt. 34, 18.S1 WULOLE3ALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Office E. T., Va. and Ga. BR., Knoxville, Tenn., Octobor 7, 1881. To tho Stockholders. Tho regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad Compa ny will be held at the Company's Office, in the city of Knoxville, Tennessee, at 13 o'clock, m., Wednesday, 9th November, 1881, Stockholders, only, are entitled to pass, free of charge, on thi& road to and from the meeting of the Stockholders, upon presentation of Certificate of Stock, properly authenticated, to the Conductor. JAMES G. MITCnELL, oct 12, lfc81 tdm Treasurer. II ENRY'S CAKBOLIC SALVE. The best Salve iu the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, letter, Ch&ppen Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all kinds of Skin Eruptions, Freckles aud Pimples. Be sure you get Henry Carbolic Salve, as all others arc but imitations and counterfeits Price 25 cents. Dr. Green's Oxycenatetl Bitters is the bctt remedy forDyspepsia, Bil ioutucss. Malaria, Indigestion, of dis orders of the stomach, and diseases of the Blood, Kidneys, Liver, Skin, etc. Durxo's Catarrii Snuff cures all affections of the mucous membrane of the" head and throat. Dr. Mott's Liver Pills are the best Cathartic. 3 Morrisicwn Produce Market WHOLESALE PRICKS Morristown, Oct., 18, 1881. WHEAT 50 CORN - 55 OATS 80 40 FLOUR 3 504 00 MEAL APPLES... PEACHES. 75 FEATHERS 35 BUTTER EGGS BEESWAX. . FLAXSEED 18 LARD 11 TALLOW. BACON. 9 80 5 7 40 20 15 30 65 12 o 11 horse rice, and on will (xo to Yorktown. Monday -they MARRIED. M alone Williams At Fair View, the residence of the bride's father, nonr Mossy Creek, Term., on Hie evening of October 12, 1831; by Rev. John Daniels, assisted by R v. M. B. Millard, Col. T. C. Malone, of Nashville, Tenn., and Miss Eva, daughter of Mr. S. D. Williams. 'Don't know half their Value." "They cured me of Ague, Bilious ness and Kidney Complaint, as ve comended. I hr.d a half bottle left which I used lor ray two little girls, who the doctors and neighbors eaid could not be cured. I would have lost both of tbem one night if I had not given them Hop Bitters. They did them so much good I continued their use until they were cured. That is why I say you do no: knejw half thd Value Qf Hop Bitters, ftnd do fnot recommend them high enough." B., Rochester, X. Y. American Rural Home. Reports from Camps Thomas, Grant, Bowie and vicinity, Arizona, say that the Indian excitement is dying out. The ranchers, stock men and miners are resuming their different vocations. Announcement. Fellow-citizens : I rise to say that the largest and best line ofltcady- msidfl Clothinf T have ever cxamin IsfSlV ed in Morristown ' v lioa inof n tTlTrri1 of JIUO J UOV 1 X T VVt. 44.U the storeof Mathis fe Noe. I find their prices very low on these goods Sugar Coated. AVe arc informed that tho propri etors of Hart's Blood and Liver Bills havo made a new departure, and hereafter Hart's Pills will bo sugar coated. The only objection these pills have met with is their being plain and unpleasant to take. This objection is now done away with, and we look lor Hart's Blood and Liver Pills to be even more popular than ever. noun OUTFITS roailntln of Tloiln, Box, Bow md TMU-ber, teat to any part or TAX PAYERS OF HAMBLEN COUNTY READ The Instriictioiis cf the Controller TO Jr. E. THOMPSON, County Trustee; Comptroller OJftce, Nashville, Tenn-, October 16, 1S81. ST IS YOUR DUTY TO DELIV er, on the first day of November, to the Con stables, or to the Sheriff, as the case may be, the certified btatenienta of uncollected taxes for the year 1881. These officers tthall proceed at one to collect said taxes, by distraint, it necessary, mak ing to you monthly reports aud payments of such taxes as may be collectt-d by them. On or before the loth day of January, 1882, they shall return said certified statements, and make final settle ment with you. The law provides, and you should require the Sheriff and each Constable aud deputy to accompany his report or return with an affida vit that he has made earnest and diligent stiych, aud could not' find any pefsgnal property on which he could distrain tar te taxes so returned. These Bttidavit.8, or' copies hereof, should accompany your report of sales to the Circuit Court . Ou the first day of Jiyie, If 82, you will make out a com plete list of all unpaid taxeg on rsal ertato, baild jiii?s and improvements, aud add to said taxes 12 per cent . penalty. You will advertise all real es tate to be sold for taxes for thirty days before the day of sale. Very respectfully, JAMES N. NOLAN, oct 19 2t Comptroller. STOLEN JORSE, ON THE NIGHT OP OCTOBEB 14th, 1881, from my stable, near Bean s Sta tion, Grainger county, Tennessee, a very fine CHL8TMUT -HOUREi, MAKK' was stolen. The mare is about 15 hands high ; peven years old ; small white spot in the center of forehead ; a small lump on left whoulder ; also a Bmall scar on left leg. She is a solid chestnut sorrel, with u little white on her hind feet, not plain unless on exam ination. Also a Somerset Saddle and Bridle were stolen at the same time. I will pay $25.(K) for any information that will lead to the recovey of the animal, and $25.00 additional for the arrrwt of the thief, or for information that will lad to hia arrest and conviction. Any information adlresseq to, the subscriber wijl h,e thankfully received, an4 all riaHoimblfi expenses will be paid. pATiPiRlQH, Beau's Station, Grainger Co.,Tenu. Oct, 19-lw CHANCERY SALE OF LAND. I N OBEDIENCE TO A DECREE Of the Chancery Court at Morristown, pro nounced at the July Term, 1881, in the cause of li J. Kiawnl vs. James 11. Cameron, ana others, I will sell at the Conrt House door in Morristown on Saturday, the 29tU day of October, 1881, at 1 o'clock P. M., at public auciou to the highest and best bidder for. cash u hand, the part of land describee in f he pleadings in said cause! ooutunihg about 132 acres, situate in the 10th civil district of Hamblen County adjoining the lauds of James Holston and others. Sept. 2J, 1881. JOHN MCHPHEV, O. & M. CHANCERY SALE OF LAND. N OBEDIENCE TO A DECREE of tha Chanrtry Court at Morristown pro nounced at tho January Term, 1877, and sub sequently revived in the case of L. F. Leoper, et. al. Administrator, &c. va. J. M. Burly and wife and others, I will sell at public auc tion on Saturday, the 29th day of October, 1881, at the Court House door in Morristown at ono o'clock, P. M. to the highest and best bidder fir cash in hand, and in bar. of the equity ef redemp tion, tlje two tracts of land hertof ore sold uude decrees ii sail cause and purchased by O. O. Johnsou, one tract containing about 60 acres and the other about 30 acres aud each tract situate within one mile of Morristown. and a large pro- portion thereof la now under cultivation. Sept. 2'i, ltttil. JUUJ auBrnni, v;. J. MONROE TAYLOR ESTABLISHED 1844, t .'WffEW TTZL - t ?a. the United htatM out to Sdajrs trial before bayiEp. Vloltw Outlita $3.60. 27, ?15, A li rh. Kend Rf.;up for tuttfMt lHutr&id in (Ultf ut of Violin., fuiLtn, fi.n t'tMi'VU. t)"'t. Stn4 all ki4, HMMfiflftfcM, Oric.ti Anur B., Muis hum. Am LOW 1ST I'klt th. Mill Oril.r. Wlj. li. SluteV, M Ctkini St., Buiioii, Mut. 1 i- m 113 TTATEI ST., IVEV7 IOQK. Thesa goods have no equal in qoalitj and handsome style of package. Satisfac tion guaranteed or no pay. Ask your grocer for J. MoNHOE Ta yxor's Gold Medal Soda, Saleratas, or Baking Powder, and consult your best interests by giving it a trial you 3ryill never regret it. f How Lost, How Restored! Just published, a new edition of Da. Cri.vu. will's Celebrated Essat on the radical cure of Spkbmatobbhka or Seminal Weakness, Involun tary Seminal Losses, Irapotency, Mental aad Phy sical Incapacity, Impedimenta to Marriage, etc.; also. Consumption, Kpilkpst and Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance, Ac. The celebrated author, in this admirable .Essay, cleariy demonstrates, from a thirty years' success ful practice, that the alarming conseauenons of ceii-aouse may oe radically cured ; pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain and effectual. by means of which every sufferer, no matter whut his condition may be. may cure himself i hnmlj privately, aud radically. ' t This Lecture should be in the hands of v ery youth and every man in the land . Sent under seal. In a nlain enveloue. In anv drena, poat.paid, on receipt of six cents or two postage stamps . Wi h-avb albo a bubb cur ro Tam Wobh. Address. The Culverwell Medical Co., 1 Anc St., New Tork N. Y.; Toet OfflelVx 50 oct3 81..1y Stoves, Tinware, House-Furnishing Goods, BKIffD CIIII,I:D 1 r ? mm m f - a t t i Toilet Sets, Bird Cages, Wooden-ware, Hollow-ware And in fuct we keep everything in our line. We are prepared io" Do all Einds of Jot Work, Roofing, Guttering. PUTTING UP STEAM AND WATER PIPES. We keep the Best Line of Stoves Ever brought to this place. Cant? Mill, Evaporator nnd Pumps. Call and examine our stock. IMURRELL liXJILDIIVG, JVIerchants can save money ly buying Irom us. MORHISTOWV, TENN. J. W. FLETCHEK, Formerly Cashier for Cowtn, McCInnfr & Co. ii. h. ti ALi., Formerly or fflcuiir, t.eoree a juu. W. I. BKAZLT0X, Formerly salesman for, Cowan XcClansr Si C. Fletcher, Hall 6c Brazelton, WHOLESALE DEALERS I TV NOTIONS AND PIECE GOODS KNO E, TJEIVIV Will havo open and ready for inspection liy AUfJUST 20, 1881, aeom p ete Ptock of Staple and Fancy NOTIONS, JEANS, CASSIMEHISS and L.TNSEYS, which thy will offer to the trade AT NEW VOltK PKICES. aug 10 New Sash, Door and Blind Factory in Morristown. HABVEY LOOP. 8. J. SULUENBAGER. JOHN W. LOOP. HARVEY LOOP $c CO., MANUFACTVUEUS OF SASH, DOORS and BLINDS. Also Matched Flooring, Ceiling, Weather-boarding, Brackets, Newel Is, Etc., WTood Turning of Every Description. All Orders Filled and Satisfaction Guaranteed. julyS tf . - , HOPE & B3EIO., Waialimakers and: Jewelers, COR. GAY AND CLINCH STS., KNOXNILLK. TLNW., Kn ym in .lock a lull Hu of Watches g Jewelry, Solid Silver, Silver-Plated Ware Superior Table Cutlery, C-c. ty Rpirli.K and Engraving kil!ui;y nwule ujion rra.onabl tcrma. eiv prompt atu-utiou. and .atmfariion i;uaraula A U on! er t will f'-lf GEO. BROWN, General Agent for the Rib of tkt n bmd com m, Which i.f fat Miipfrce'lin all thor two nnd tliree-liort Plft The tSest J'lotr in the Worll! Blffl BURR TERRY, (East of Railroad Depot,) TO THE PUBLIC SASH, DOORS, BLINDS JfJatchcfl Flooring, Gelling, Heather-Boarding, Brackets, Mouldings, Newels, d-e., dt-c. HavinR over 1,000.000 feet of Lumber in stock, our facilities are nnequaled in Eaat Tennessee. ders solicited and satibf action guaranteed. t Heiid for Price List. . : June 3 7'J-tf Commission Merchant and Dealer in GENERAL PRODUCE. (ONE DOOR BELOW CONDON BRO.) Knoxville, Tennessee Feathers, Beeswax, Roots, Dried Fruits, Etc., Made si Speciality, for which the Highest 3Iarket Price will he paid. BEFORE SELLING BE SURE AND SEE ME. Latest Market Quotations furnished on application, Address P. O. Box 398. jalyG 6m. Li i "-.l -J. -J.s- Sat the sole agency for the sale of the 8TCDF.I? AKEU WAOONi prl.' reJacaJ ta T1 WJ; la. cludiuR brake on box aud running itar and vritj rest. Sole agents in Eat Tinne-e for the .ale of IU'nsKI.L k CO H "ST.W M4Hstl.LONw TIIItr.MU. EHH, Horse Powers and the repairs for the same . This w nj.vluue ttf Uaasii as. a rl"r and cleaner attaclinieiit, which can be attached at any time at a of ou') on, auj U far I Us la machine on the market. H-nd for circular. Ws keep a large stock of all kinds of Agricultural ImplemejiU aud linj'Slm, luol udlng Imn, Reapers, WMm, Grain Drills, Aven's Sled Pfeis! At factory price . John Deere Steel Tlows, Coate'a Ixx-k-IVi r fUVes, RlaHsir Mraw CatUrs, risk Bros. Wagons (Trj cheap), Double-shorel l'low and stael thavrl aud bull tongue liia4i. Clover, Timothy, Orchard Orasa and Gentian Millt. We keep tlie Irgiot Ktock of Hoed..kit by ,as bouse in the Went, and sell for the very lowest cash price. Commission Morchnnt, Bell all kinds of Comitry Produce and mke literal a!vanenta. MILL MACHINEltY of erery kind furnished, alo Htm albums. All biiKlness eutrusted to us will receire prompt aitruuon. apr4'77 tf ci:o. HKOWN dJQIPIPMM rJTJrE,L. THE GKNKltAL JOU SHOP AND MANUFAUTt'UlIU OF Copper S-fcills aii4 Worms, AND ALL GOODS IX THK rOI.U)WINVl USEJI I Cii"A" fefy4 it"3 Pir.l . Kit WIS Hoi'rin to wn, Tenn., BUILDERS OF JENKINS BUGGIES AND - PHJ3T0NS All kinds of Carriages Made to Order liepairini attended to with Neatness and Dispatch. Best Material. Superior Workmanship. Lowest Prices. ov3J 6801y ANGEL & Successors to S. P. ANGEL, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE, Hole Agents for East Tcnnossea for the Celebrated LIght-Ilunuiug WHITE SEWIM MACHIITE Ami Dealers in all First-Class Machines, " Needles, Oils, Parts and Findings. Machines' Repaired (and warranted) by the Finest Machinest in East Tennessee. We have added to our stock a full anil complete line of German, EngliHh and American Prcot h Load iun Double Ouua, Boys Single Guns, Kifles, Powder, Shot, Cap, Sporting Good, x'ishiutf Tackle, Pock et Cutlery, to. AaeoU for Bazaar Glore-Fittiue; Paper Patterns. Solid for Catalogue, please call and neo us when in Knoxville, or send for our prices. feb 1 ly ' -' . i . . . l J yj:ijnDE A JH of JAHES A. GARFIELD 1 2. JJZt Jii ais Lif. m fall Pariicslar o( th Assassination .w m.rtmJ Tr.ia-.i. A ., a ACCfiTS WANTED Circulars tr. oil oer cent, disenunf in AnPMi.v'Tif!xrfVL'!:M9?.?rA '' ( -nil ----- -.. i,uu.i.iaii ri.i.M4iit n.sust, luosatUith 'J'in ltoolliiLT, Kin ti J tool! n , Oil MVinlcM. Copper Smitliintr, Hot Air FurnaceM, 3 J nnjes! and I?wmp AVork, AND ALL KINDS OP HEAVY IKON MILL WOHK GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE AliD ORNAMENTAL WORK, All work warrautod to be first-class In every renpert and satlsf action shsrantwed UK MOTTO lloawst Ytork! Uou eat Ms Verta 1 1 ZJrtCf frW Shop Under Staub's Opera House, fsbasi tf KNOXVILLE TENN. W. L. UOOERS. ROGERS - W. C. i KU.'r ERRY, WHOLESALE Liquor Dealers. Sour Mash Lincoln County Whiskey, Copper Dis tilled Com, Rye and Bourbon; Whiskies. APPLE BRANDY n SPECIALTY. Cash Customers not Jlcjected. Quick Sale and Small Profit. Thankful to our friends for their liberal patronr; Irx they will continue with us. GAY STREET, - KNOXVILLE, TENN. Orders Solicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed. oct-721 jr. mm? ta-) patent me Trusties, Shoulder Braces, JLc. jMnin Street, - - - Jau 7 8O-I7 (Sucseeaor U O, T. Vsgss), DICIKKS, Perfnncries Dm Lttit C;'j Toir-irr hoai'h, a0, Prescription.! carefully Comjxjvndetl. - ruriHtoMn, Tenn.