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tHK MOREISTdWN G A Z E.T.,T E A P It I L 5.1832.
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It has rounded out its fifteenth year. and, in taking a new lea.sc da time its proprietor, has the patis faction o knowinir" that it has constantly grown in the favor of the public. and that during the last year it has taken a deeper hold upon the good will and patronage of tho people :. i " . -c tnan uunng any jreviuu j cur u t its existence. Its circulation has largely increased, with a nafnra and healthv irrowth : kind words ' t have grcctcii us on every side, "and as n medium of communication be tweWth'o people,' the value of its .t'. - tioluuins, (ior the dissemination -of ".." news as well as for general adver tisTur puroses) is fully recognized ' And aTinVetiated. bv' all classes o: J .) .toaKpcole,' For this, we are high t. " " ly . gratified, and our appreciation ' will bo shown during tho year upon which we have just entered by un- diminished effort to not only us . , ,taju,the. present ftandanl of The : . (Jazette, but to add to it. Our en ergies shall be devoted to the pro- , motion of tle interest of our peoplo, -and nothhrg fehall be left undone by us that will contribute to that end We have sought to be conservative jamb right in all thing. Vo can Only promise the wrar fbr the fu ture. To our readers, oo and all, we ortood oar hearty wish for abundant success during the next " year of our existence, and ask of viii emit liei r to a tinned patronage and good will. . ' " If Cleneral Grant doesn't take the small pox, it will be the only thing O 'tftat he hasl;ver rifosovl to take, cx ccpt Bull pups. t Tha House la concurred in the Simte amendmAntJ granting a pen t " s'Son orS5,fMM3 per annum to Mrs. r Polk, Ir Tyler and Mrs. Garfield. "Will the Memphis Appeal tell us whether it favors lair trade iu quin "fjne T Does tho editor believe our manufacturers should have free bark while the ( Jerman and Ixndon .11 it makers of'meari Sulphate import it free? Chattanooga Time4. . 'Henry Wadsworth Long ello1, bn. Inwrican poet'laureate, diel at Cambridge, Mass., on Friday, the t. it'.h,,' Tho funeral wes select and "uiK.slc'nUo 6uV as tbe" lunerals'of such heavenly inspired men should ver be. Col. "Vm.,Tappan , Thompson, for thirty-two years managing editor of the Savannah ((Ja.) Morning JVeirs, , died the night xtile 27th ult. Be i was the author 'of "Major Jone's CoyxtsUi)" au'ii'j01" Jone's Trav-cli;ijv6'ju-Lly cdebratoU works. ,T ilI3 wrfte -The living Indian," which has been pronounced the .. most Micwssful American farce ever r . pat upon th stage. ' . V . -"" - . ' 'FL Paul and Winnepeg special (la.st week re.tjnl hcavv mjow storms la'. . nloa. th Cana-lian racifie railroad, .. niuii 111; uiiit-ii.iii 1 ai.ia imui 'vhitJijbl.HkH rruvclir.g until ,Wj ! (if'ir " tfi'ts at "Wiiino have 1hc:i unprec-edentedly sex rarm H'JH'g iprecedenieuiy severe this'seasn. lrerro Ducbain, aged lttbUrU'd acrosi tho country with a voke of oxen, was snowed under near Cavilcar, Dakota, and found dead a Her eight days. 1 Tin statement of General Bobert ' E. Lee's friends that Mr. Lincoln once offered him tho command of 3 rttha United' iStatcH has -been que tioned repeatedly, but the fact is re asserted iu thw Philadelphia! BVAfy ffime by the Bev. Dr. J uilliam Jone, Secretary of the Southern , ' Historical Society. , Dr. Jones pro duco a copy of a letter written by 1 . -.General Lee, wherein the letter ex i"V jJains how the command was ffor t" cd him. . . . j J'arso i Newman, Grant's chkp 1 ti a aiv! Who formerly enjoyed im . wnv'.ff'n.-M by being, ap ! njmU diVy l.'rkut to a fat position I ; 'o .japetor" of Consulate or noioe fiing of that sort, preached a ser mon a few days ago against lakury. ..t lie 'waraeI his New York congre gation of millionaires against yield , ring to tho aweei things of catb, and ' to embrace piety and simple living. " ' The millionaires in their hixuriauj ..pewa listened in wrapt admiration " to Lis eloquence and remarked u wo "pay him $10,000 a" year to preach JiliCtbat" . - - - ' - i . 017? ROADS. To Uii Editor of The Hometown di-Xl : There aeeois to be 10104 opposition to the working of the present road law. This Is quite natural as troakcra are wen and heard in eTery section, iou ask them what better syttcm can be adopted that would bare lc?s expense to the county and the people? Ibcy will fail to gire a definite plan, and go off half cocked. We hope anch innu enees will go towards strengthening the law and make it more effective. Real estate and personal properly should be male as responsible, if not more 8", that individual interest la keeping our roads in repair. Thenurrse of this article is to call c s the attention of the people to some im portant facts in regard to road making and repair. Good roads are as essential to the farming communitbs as good fences are to a well cultivated farm They give better facilities to transport nrrxlucta to market and an increased , value to the lands. To many of ou roads heretofore have been subject to the whims of property holders. A pub lie road should haye preference to loca ifnn in etrerv instance and our laws should be so made and understood by those who have charge of the highways Wooden of tone culverts should be put in and low places, and Ligh points cut down and tho excess used to elevate t miry places where roads are properly drained, with sufficient dilche, they soon dry off and become passable. A number of the counties have avail ed the use of a certain class of con victs. This is well enough as far as it has gone. The limit or the grade of the convict System should be extended so that more of them could ha used or confined in the county, they received sentence from. The counties could well afford to purchase a portable traction engine snd cruther. The convicts could be confined In stockades at various quairis and made to quarry stone ready to be broken up by the crusher. Th individual lahor and the tax assessed could DreDare he road bed and also haul and distribute the rock, so that th ctosI er propelled by the traction engine would break and spn ad the rnacdam ized rock. This convict labor would , not really be of any more expense to the county than it now is. The engine and crusher would cost about $2,000. By this method we would have in a few years our principal roads maoad tmized, and the repairs would thereafter be very light and inexpensive. The labor pfr formed by each individual and property holder would not, by this method, be come irksome. 'The commissioners should b empow ered to meet at once ayear, and be pilTtl?gcd to select such roads to be macadam izitl that would be of the greatest bencfl: to the community, and aUo allowed to select a person as super intendent of such roads and have the control of the convict labor distribu tion of the broken rock and the dire. tiors in regard to the preparation of the road bed. With a steam crusher, and ar. increas ed .umbcr of convicts, ten to fifteen miles each year could be macadamized and without great expense to the coun tv r "ax payer. 1'roperty holders and individual interests would not regard their labor thrown away, but delight in set in it the benefit and permanence o their work. The past winter will no doubt stimu late our people to sec the importance of better roads. Ouly the principal roads would at the prcseat Ix; benefited Let the present road law 6tand. Im provemenU can be made without doing away with the principle. Van. The Beadj usters in the Virginia legislature received a severe check on Thursday last by tho defeat in tho Senate of their chief partisan measure, that is, the bill reducing the judicial circuits of the State from eighteen to twelve, which would have turned out all the pres ent circuit judges and necessitated the election of new ones. The vote on the passage of tho bill was sev enteen ayes to twenty nays, three Beadjusters voting with the Demo crats. The bill had Previously passed in the House by a largo ma jority. The Democrats were great y elated over their victory, and ex press tho belief that the other ex trenio measures of tho Beadjusters will share the same fate in tho Sen ate, It is daily becoming more ap parent that Mahone's independent repudiating faction in Virginia fast dropping to pieces of its own accord." ' Massey'a defection was a serious" blow to the mongrel organ ization, and a few days ago Senator Bobert Polling Wilcox, Beadj aster from Prince George county, openly announced in a speech h?s intention of henceforth Mipportiug the "Na tional Bepublican party," His dec laration created a genuine sensation Tho Democrats were delighted that he took the fctand, as they believe that other Beadjusters will speedily follow suit. BUT TENNESSEE BONDS. The governor calls tho extra ses sion for tho purpose, among others. of providing for the afe keeping o tho.moncy in th treasury collected to pay the Jntcrcft under the 100-3 act. " Tennessee Imrids arc quoted at fifty cents in the market. Now let the legislature pass an act -authoriz ing the comptroller to buy Tennes see UhIs as long as ho can get them at fifty cents and burn them. That wijH-s up from tho face of tho earth that much of the debt, intorest and all. lo the same thing next year, and next, and in ten yen years we will have the whole thing settled at fifty cents, without interest. It will cost less to, pay the whole debt in ten years in this way than it will to pay the interest on it ten years. The interest on $28,000,000 one year is 81,CSO,000. That will buy S3C0, 000 in bonds to burn. Do that nine years and the tenth year will bo the year of jubilee in Tennessee. Why not? BURNING OF THE STEAMER GOLDEN CITY, 0a the Mississippi Kiyer at Jlcm- phis. Between Thirty and Fifty Per sons Burned or Drowned. Stowe's Circus, with Six Cages of Animals, Burned. Memphis, Ten., March 30. The Cincinnati and New Orleans packet Golden City, en route from New Or leans to Cincinnati, burned at her wharf this morning, at 4: o'clock Between thirty and fifty lives lost principally women and children. The discovery was made by tho second engineer, Albert Kelly, who immediately notified Captain Bryce Purccll, Sr., the pilot on watch The boat's bow was at once headed for the shore, and in four minutes afterwards sho touched the wharf at the fooffof Beale street, where a coal fleet is moored. A line was hastily thrown and made fast to one of the coal barges, but the current being swift, it soon parted, and the barn ing steamer floated on down the 'a river A MASS OF FLAMES, with many of her passengers and crew on board, who were unablo to reach 6hore, and were lost. The Golden City left New Orleans last Saturday en route to Cincin nati. Sho carried a crew of about sizty. She had on board forty cabin passengers, fifteen of whom were ladies, and there were nine children Her cargo consisted of 300 tons, among which was a lot of jute. The Tho fire is said to have originated in this combustible material. SACRIFICED 1IIS LIFE. All the officers of the steamer ex cept the second engineer, Bobert Kelley, csteped. - After he gave the alartn of fire, he remained at his post of duty until cut off by the flames, tho fir. having spread with lightning rapXjty, and thus he sac rificed his life to save others. stowe's cmcrs lost. Stowe's circus was taken aboard at Vidalia, La., and six cages of an imals and birds, together with tho ticket and band wagons, tents and horses were lost. Martin Purcell, one of the pilots, was in the clerk's office when the alarm first sounded and he rushed through tho cabin, bursting in tho state-room doors and awakening the passengers. So rap idly did tho flames spread that with in f ve minutes after the discovery of tho fire, which broke out amid ships, the aft part of the steamer was all ablaze. THE CAGED ANIMALS. The cage containing the lion sank down in the middle as the flames enveloped it. He heard no cry from any of the animals as they were being burned alive. There were six cages, containing a lion, tiger, two leopards, an Albino deer, monkeys and birds. Of tho four horses belonging to the circus aboard the steamer three were saved but one celebrated trick horse "Selim," was lost. The wide-awake Knoxville cor respondent of the Chattanooga Times gives us many items of gen eral interest that wo fail to find in the Knoxville papers. In a late let ter we find this summary of railroad news that will be of interest to our home readers: There have been, as I am inform ed, some important changes in the chief orhces of the .hast lenncsseo & Virginia railroad system. Col. Cole, while actually president of the en tire system, has, nevertheless, vir tuallv retired, not by compulsion but by his own choice. Having either to make Knoxville or New York his headquarters, and his la bors being heavy and perplexing. he concluded to abandon the active duties and responsibilities of rail road life and turn his attention to the management of his extensive in terests in Nashville. Ihe entire business of the road rests upon the shoulders of General lhomas. lie is the general manager, and is said to possess extraordinary abilities in this direction. Ihe general railroad shops of tho Cole, system are to be established near this city, and its chief officers will have their head quarters here. Fifty acres of land have been secured for the shops. and purchased of a gentleman of large means, who leels a deep inter est in the future of Knoxville. Tho cotton factory will be built on tho same ground. - Colonel McGheo, you know, is first vice president, a posi tion forced upon him, as 1 under stand, on account of his long con nection with tho East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia railroad and his sujK?rior experience and ability in railroading, llo declines to as same any duties or responsibilities, but alwa- willing to make such uggestions as may be of service in the general management of the sys tem. One of the rising men of the general officers is Maj. Juo. T, O'Brien, of this city, ne has work ed his way up from a subordinate position to a very responsible one, tbat of superintendent. In tho lan guage of one who lenows all about him, ''ho has developed into an able and efficient railroad man. And that ' - ' Major D. E. Caldwell, of Atlanta, Ga., who, as I informed you some days since, intends starting a new Democratic journal, has hit upon tho narao of the paper- The Knox ville Daily Sun. This would indi cate that the Major proposes to give t Tennessee San-hgnt. Juet it come. Morristown Produce Market. WUOLESae 1RfCK8 3IOKRiSTOWN,,Apr. 4, 18S3- WHEaT 1 201 80 CO UN 75 & 43 &4 00 85 oats.. ;. FLUUIt. .......... MEAL APPLES. ......... PEACHES ... 65 o ... 356 40 (& 18 FEATHERS BUTTER EGOS BEESWAX & 10 20 & 65 ... 11 12 6 .... 9a 13 FLAXSEED LARD TALLOW.. BACON.... Atlanta Market. ' ! Atlanta. Ga. April 1,1882 Bcttek Choice grades very scarce and active; strictly fancy sells on arri val at 32a 33cts per lb; choice 28 to 30; prime 321 to 25; common or rancid 15. Egos Receipts light, demand incr "as We quote fresh stock 15 to 16 cents per dozen. If receipts continue light, prices will range higher. poultry We quote an active de mand for fat dressed Turkeys at 15 cents per pound; dressed Chickens 121 to 13 cents. If weather remains cold and dry, we could place several hun dred pounds at ahove prices. Live Tur keys, if fat, will met ready sale at $1.25 to $1.50 per head; fat liens scarce and active at 2? to 28 cents per head; Rocsters 22 to 23 cents. Would advise liberal shipments of Lire or Dressed Poultry. Ibish Potatoes Good smooth-ssin large size in fair demand at $1.50 per bushel, or $4.00 per barrel; inferior stock dull and unsaleable. Sweet Potatoes, Choice selling at $1.15 to 1 25 per buehel. Would advise prompt shipment of good sound stock. ArPLEs We note fome demand for sound stock at $5.50 to $5.75 per barrel. Would not enccurage shipments until present stock is exhausted. Lemons Choice Messina active at $4 50 per box; other grades dull at $4.00 per box. Obakces Choice Florida stock very $carce and sell on arrival at $5.00 to barrel. Bananas Large yellow, ripe stock scarce and In active demand at $2.00 $2 ou per buncn. Onions Plentiful and dull at $3.50 to $3.75 per barrel. Cabbage Good, sound heads (spring stock) active at 4 to 41 cents per lb. Beans Soap, per bushel crates $2.C0 to 2 50. English Peas Per bushel crates $1.25 $1.50. Tomatoesi Per bushel. Cobm Choice white, sacked, 98 to 1.00; mixed sacked 90 to Q2c. Oats Feed, facked 62 to 05. Peas Choice clay. $1.50 to 1.60; red $1.35 to $1.40; white dull at $2.00. Beans White, sacked $3.00 to $3 50, raixe l $1.25. Wejnote an active de- dency, periodical headache, imliges mand ior choice clay or red peas at tion, pain in the back and kidney's above prices: Parties wishing to mak consignments may draw at sight per bill of lading for $1.00 per bushel as an advance on shipments; provided, they do not want us to hold for higher prices. The demand for white peas and white eans is very light, and puces are de- b clining. Peanuts Choice Tennessee 8 to 81; priniCjTenuessec 61 to 7 Feathers Choice white 50; prime 45 cents. As the season for feathers is about over would not encourage shipments. Knoxville Market. April 1, 1882. Wheat, from wagt.ns, $1 25 a 1 30; on warf, sacks included, 1 30al 40. Fancy white would bring higher prices. DniED Fbctt Dull and lower; prime half peaches, 4a4c; peeled peacfM.;,1!?; pears 8a 10; apples, 4ja4f . Cobs The demand good; from wag ons, ear 75; shelled 70a 75. Oa warf sicks included, 7Ca 78. Oats From wagons, 43c. loote; 50c 6ackcd. Hay From wagons, looe, 80 i$l 00; baled selling from store at $1 25 for prime cnality. , Bulk Meats Side 9al0; ehoulders 7 a 71c. Lakd 12a 121c. Meal Prices ranges with price of corn. Flotjb -County brands-Family $3 25 3 50; extra 3 75a3 50, City Mills, whole n 1 n h ami v --v ; t 1 rH 1 1 1 imi 1 nn -r of- s o -Tk s rvi-i . . ' Peas Arrivals vciy light. Whip poor will 1 30al 83; Clays, $1 50 sacked. " Field Seeds Our quotations are for prime seed and is regular prices for th&t Quality. Selling from store Clover seed, $6 40a0 50 per bu. ,; Timothy $3 25 Orchard Grass 1 75i$3 00; Ited top 1 00; Blue Grass $1.25. Iaisn Potatoes Pcich Blows, $1 10 per bushel. Buckwheat, 60a 70 bu. , Buckwheat Flour, $4 00a4 50 Feathebs Prime, live goose 45a46 mixed SOaCOc; Duck 80c. Beeswax Prime 20a00c. Rags Cotton, lla2c. Hides Dry, flint, 11a 12c; green 61 Tallow per lb 6a Cic. Flaxseed 90c. Wool Tubwasl.ed35i.37c; unwashed 20a 25c. per pound. Ginseng $1 65 al 80 per pound. Bkef Cattle No. 1,4441; No. 2i3. noas GalJ. Sueep Good Sl4. Chattanooga Market. Arril 1,1882 Conx-Crn on the wharf, 7Pa80; b ilk corii, 45e lers. Wheat $1 2al 30 per bush d; in de pot $1 4(al 43. II av Temewc 75 a 00. Oats Western oals 60a65c per bushel retail GoaTOc; on the wharf 45aG0c Flouu Fane $7 75, choice family $7 5l; fanily $7 25; eupeiflie $7 00; extra family $7 25. Bulk Meats Long clear 10; clear rib, 1C; clcr sides, 10J Bacor Clear Bides lOiall. Lard Prime leaf, in tierces, 12c; in cans 12. ' ' ' '' - i ; '' ' Ottle Gross, 2Ja4o; beef, 7al5c per pound. hogs uroes, 11 gs oyer 200 lbs, 6a61c under 200 5lc. Sheep Gross; sheared, 2a4c; unshear- cl 2Ja4c; mutton 10ul2Jc per lb. cocstri' rnonrcE. , Wholesale buying price of dealers. But r eu Go id 25c; ordinary 20a221c r lb. Potjltky liens 00h28c; spring chick ens 20a22Jc. , Eggs 18c per dozen, wholesale. , : - CAEBAG6 $.0 OOaC 50 per crate." Potatoes $1 40j1 50 per bushel. " Sweet Potatoes $4 20 per bushel. ONIONS $4 00a5 00 per barrel . Deied Pbaches Halves, 4i5jc."i Dried ApriXEs 5a6ic. per pound. Hides N. l Flint dried, per poufldf 8al0c ; No I salt dried, 6a9c,; green, ealred, 5n61c, damag- d, 2c. less. Featiiers Prime, 45c.; mixed,' 25a 30c. " i r Tallow Choice, 5a6c. New Spring and Summer Goods atS. W. McCRABT'S. . "When you' want good goods, at reasonable prices, call on S. Mc CBABY, near tho Depot, he : can suit yog. ' ' Latest stylos Gents Straw, ; Fur, and Saxon llats and Caps at S. W. McCBABY'S. Mens Calf Boots and Shoes, all styles and grades at S. W. McCBA BY'S. . Large 6tock Ladies, Misses and Childrcns Button and Lace Shoes at S, W. McCBABY'S. . ,. . . .. . Ladles, Misses and Childrcns Hats Sundowns and Sailors cheap at S. AV. McCBABY'S. A sofa which once belonged to Washington, and which for many years has been tho property of the Union League, of Philadelphia, has been presented to that city and will bo placed in Independence Hall, FOUR LIVES SAVET. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup relieved four of my children of a most alarm ing attack of "Whooping Cough, from which their throats and necks became so swollen as to prevent them swallowing. Nothing would give even temporary relief, until this Syrup was tnod. Une Dottle, in one night, saved their lives, verily believe. liEO. v. ;arhart Captain of Police, Baltimore. Md Faded Colors Restored. Faded or gray hair gradually re covers its youthful color and lustre by the use of Parker's Hair Balsam, i j - ,1 : 1 .-.. an eiegani aressing, uuiuireu ior n purity and rich perfume. Dr. Strother, a Kentucky lecturer, holds that the Garden of Eden was in the Mississippi valley, and if that is so we think Adam and iwe were very lortunate in being chased out, Boston Herald. Fxperience the Best Guide. The reason why women every where use Parker's Ginger Tonic is, because they have learned by exper- ience tho best guide that this cx- cellent medicine overcomes despon- and other troubles of the sex. Home Journal. ie JZTZwZTZnh i:;r,:00:rt nn, rWnnTr. , ' nXnnaa 'f, th TW. forJ lum and iron"' Springs Mass, nn np i hn rrn!,f mr,dioa cxtnnt. For sale in Morristowt by W. P. Carriger only. Profit, $1,200. "To sum it up, six long years of bed-ridden sickness, costing SlJOO per year, total SI, 200 all of this expense was stopped by three Bot t'es of Hop Bitters, taken by my wife. She has done her own house. work for a year since, without the loss of a day, and 1 want everybody a. 1 zt. f a i. at 10 Know it, iui iucu uvuciiu E. Farmer The Tradesman, Published on the 1st and 15th of each month, at Chattanooga, Tenn., is for sale everywhere m the bouln by news dealers. Illustrations of Mechanical Novelties are a feature in this progres five Journal A Good Thing. For the prompt relief of pain of all kinds, there is nothing to good as Dr. Hart s Great lCelier. I his , remedy is so well known that it is probably not necessary to speak of Us merits, but lest there should be some one who has failed to cive It a trial, we say, if you I hava any sort of pain, try Dr. Hart's , .... t -r.. ;i 1. I -a. . . he renownea uue 01 lucneneu borne to-daj-by a widow of 22 I it 11 14 liCl lUiftim ejvjix, 41 1 1 -a. m. 1 ' late Duke died at 32. He had quiet tastes, and was very much respect ed. The dukedom is one of those inheritable by female (in default of male) heirs, or it would long since nave been extinct. I he late JJuke thus inherited it. He found himself with means quite inadequate to eup- port his position, and made a mar riage, which seems to have been quite as much for love as for nfone', with Mile. Heme, an attractive young lady of Jewish origin. Grateful Women. None receive so much benefit, and none are so profoundly gratelul and show such an interest in recom mending Hop Bitters as women. It is the only remedy peculiarly ad- aptcd to the many ills the sex is almost universally subject to. Chills and fever, indigestion or deranged liver, constant or periodical sick headaches, weakness m the back or kidneys, pain in the shoulders and different parts of the body, a feeling of lassitude and despondency, are readily removed by these Hitters. Courant. - Some thirtv vears ai?o Mr. Green. t-. ' an amiable Englishman, seeing a rather shabbr old man looking for a seat in church, opened his pew door, beckoned to him, and placed him in a comfortable corner, with , prayer and hymn books. The old gentle man, av ho carefully noted the name in these latter, expressed his thanks warmly at the close of the services. Time had effaced the incident from Mr. Green's recollection, when he one day received an intimation that by the death ot a gentleman named Wilkinson he had.bccomo entitled t S35.000 a year. Mr. Wilkinson was a solitary old man, without rel atives. Green's act prepossessed him in his favor; he inquired about him, and found that ho . bore the Inchest character. .There was a marvellously courteous hospitality in the matter of the pews for sonio time after the bequest, but nolxxly clse has yet got f 35,000 a year for a seat. ' 1 WHENCE COMES THE UN BOUSDED POPLAEIYY OEU Allccck's Porous Plasters?. Becqmefi they have proved themselves the Best Exter nal Remedy " "ever invenfed. they will cure asthina, colds', coughs, rheumatism, neural gia, and any local pamsl r Jlpplied to the small of the back they arciiifuHibh in Buck-Mi e, Nervous Uebifily, mid all Kidney troubles j to the pit of the stomach they are sure cure for Dyspepsia and Liver Complaints. ALLCOCICS POROUS PLASTERS are painless, fragrant, and quick to cure. Beware of imitations that blister and burn. Get ALL COCK S, the only Genuine Porous Plaster, f rTTiv ivrT: BLACKSMITH, MORRISTOWN, TENN. Would respectful ly cull t'ie etteution of the public to tlie fact that he ia now prepared, iu every sente of the trord, to execute all '.vork iu Lis line in the best Btyle. He eceutly ercur- the services of a splendid' w o o d -workman, W. G. Shults, of Sevier couuty who will be found 0119 of the most competent iu this country. I solicit a share of the business of Horristowu, and propose to do the wcrk entrusted to my Bhop in a work manlike manner, and will make tny prices lower than ever before. tJf8pe:-ial attention will be given to HOBSE 8HOEINO, and Bvtn-factiou guaranteed ; prices N01 1 and 2, 50c ; No. 3, 60c ; No. 4,70c . ; Come and see me before leaving your 01 dci s eluewhere. I can save yen 20 per cent, over any other establishment Shop, corner Cumberland and 3d North streets . 8 pro 82tf NASHyiLLE, CHATTNQ98A & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY AHEAD OF . AXIa COMPF.PI OILS ! JJCSINESS fKN, EMIGBAN T S ' A The Best Route to Louisville, Cin cinnati, Indianapolis, Chicago, and the North is via Nashville'. The Uest Route to St. .Lcuis and the West ia via McKcuzic. . The Best Route t.. Yest Tennessee and Kentucky, Mississppi, Arkansas and Texas points ia via McKenzle. 0 0 N'T FOR C TIT. By this Lino you secure the Pa3 vimai ikOF SPEED, SAFETY, it 3 SIX ! Ill U riiCOMFOUT, SATISFACTIOK AT THE ' - HflSiiflv0FEXPENsE ANXIETY, iVi inifTlUm BOTiiK H, FATIGUE. Be sure to Buy yonr Tickets over tho N., C. 6c St. L. R'y. Tlic Inexperienced Traveler need not go amiss; few changes are necessary, and such as arc unvoidal!e are made in Union Depots. THROUGH SLEEPERS Atlanta and Nashville. Atlanta and Louisville Nashville and St. Louis via Columbus, Nashviilo and Iuisville, Nashville and Memphis, Jlarein, and Ht. Louis, Union City and St . Louis. McKen- rie and Little Rock, where connections is made with Through Hleepers to all Texas points Call on or address ' ; J. H. Peebles, X. A., Chattanooga, Tenn W. T. Kooebs, P. A., Chattanooga, Turn W. L. Dakwey, O. P. k. T. A , Nashville, Tenn . DR. HEARD, OATAREH, Throat and Lung Diseases Cured. OF KNOXVILIiE, TENJf., Win be at the TATE HOUSE In Morristown, from the 1st to the 7th of each mouth during the year 1882, where he can be con sulted free of charge. Tells You All Your Coniplain's. NO QUESTIONS ASKED. . All Disease Cured where there is Sufficient Vi tality to Sustain the Sy stem, jan 4 82 tf ORGANS AND PIANOS. Daniel F. Beatty's Manufactc. y' Cor. Ztatlrott4 Vvr., V lieatty SC, Washington, New Jersey, United States of America. (Oyer three (3) acres ot space with derail (11) additional acrea for Lamber rarisic.) tr. TheLargest and Most Complete Estab lishment of the kind on tho mohe. VIS1T0E3 ABE ALWAYS WELCOME. BEATTY'S BEETHOVEN 27 STOPS OBAND OEGAK, Kew Style Ho, 9000, 27 STOPS 1 Oct- . ares of the Celebrated GOL DEN T0NGTO EEEDS. it ia ltu rineet Organ ever made. A Caveat 13 aied at tho Potent Office, to pro uxi ic ao otnr nutnufitet nrer can build this Orfjan. Price with Stool,Mu.-Q f slo and Book only j J Cabinet. Parkir. Chanel & Pins Organs, $30 and upwards, in great variety. GRAMX hOUARE . .,-Js: to Warranted Ifygti cannot viit bi b ur to tond for lAtet ratnlojuwo Before Deal direct with th mn. v-ftf--3iiVA nlacturvr and ave mUidlcmon's profits, Wriie for Hot of names of urn-chaser. Addbv sj orcaix vroti . DANIEL F. BEATTY, m , Washington, New Jersey, United States of America For full laf raisUon In reKr4 to these itittru mruU or my iigitlmate buiuee, write to or cat ou II. W. SHIELDS, Soutluiru Sa'tBman and Advert Mug Conr'-lor, N e to A d v e f 11011 a e a 1 d To the Former Friends and Patrons of Siii ti 11 Havinir detoi LOSE OCR BUSINESS AT MORBISTOFN and remove elsewhere, we will offer, for the next Our entire Magnificent Stock of General Merchandise fit Prices that will afford tam - Our assortment of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Notions, Sec, ia Fresh, Varied, Unique and E.xtensive. ' : ; We have, beyond all dispute, the Largest Stock of . Boots anil Shoes of the most stylish and porular make, in this section of the State. . Special bargains will be offered in these goods. SS-fcjs sxici Caps, of every size,- style, quality and price. Heady-Made CLOTHING, Heavy Stock ! Best Goods ! Lower than Anybody ! - A New and Beautiful Line of Splendid J DEC "W" !EI Ij JR. "3T, Received within the last ten days, AT COST. This is no bait to catch trade, but is emphatically a business statement. We are going to leave Morristown and desire to sell our. stock as soon as possible. We offer you nn oppor tunity to secure goods of almost 'every description that will probably not be presented again in a life-time. We say we w ill give you bewgains, and all we wish is a call to convince you that .we are in earnest;. EARNEST & BRISCOE. Moebistown, Tenn-., March 24, 1882. d. 'C. K. if untie custom MB :im SOOT, SHOE Wmml Maker, tar" By Strict adherence to tho following rul;s, ebmfortab'e: Use Mason's lslucklng : wash your with LYLE'S LEATUEIt Oil.. , " Estatlislicl 18C9. G E O. B : "-Importer ! OF Agricultural GEN ERaVL Studebaker Wagors and Isllllll'l Ilf'vll ! LIS 1 1: Itusseli & Co. Threshers, Engines and Saw Mills. . . ! . 223, 223 227 GAY ST., KNOXVILLE, FOK ALL 1 Pfniii "hml iimiiieiiiat fiintiiid Uayj Your Crar? ui t i s e m e n t s . V 0 0 1 1 a ki p? I1' u mined to or. 60. Days, " FTRAnRniMARV. 54 a aii-tasiEBytTtEa 1 I 3LYLB Morristown, Tenn. b iots unJ toen will wear imioh longer and more lloota or bhoes off once a month, and crease thnm ian 18 Ml, E O W N , and Jobber .. i 1 K Implements, A G ENT FOP. South Bend Chilled Plows, TErilESSEE, Krxns OF the Gazkttk Office. huh JMaairaaaaMMMiJ -awhidr . 1 (