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- - " " TIME-TABLE. '. . . j i i - s. E.T. Ya. CJ. BB. ' ABJUVAL. Faaar Tra! X. I Pa warr Tria So . 1 FrHchi Trmia . & ". rmiMTitit . -. InilMTmi Cc. Sraat. .... .. rt!t Tritn im .... nim Uf .... W(R . ) I1 F . . . ipm ! rrlb 3 rwMtTrafJ-Sflaja teTiI. " "" " " Arrl l Vort to :1 1 p. aa IWfatt 1-1S .K 'ilntcrsvillo Jt Jefferson Kit., Lmtm xrrTt:l -,..'' Aiiic ai B --rl3a Jnk.a, v v ltu3 Ko" -laf.Jc I j-otw.u. ....... Arrive, al H.yajtran.11- ....... ...V1 p Appointments for Preaching. If 31. MONTHLY. 1BS2. JArHL-A.iiA awi'(, V. ii. Chmreh, Sotti. lletlicar... .Saturday before lst Sunday. . ...lat Sun-Jay, at 10 a. ra. Graham's Cbapel.. ' fP;' UuMellme....Srr before 2.1 Sunday. . . 2d Sunday; at KH - Htbtoo'a Chapel. Friday tc fore 3d e. I.ilKityHUI... :tury before 3.1 fcu. " ........ 3 J Sunday, 10 a. ra. Nce'aChjptl " ' a3 P- a- Kbeoczer.... Friday before 4th Sunday, ranther Spring!. ..Sat. M " " 4th Sunday 1H - m- - r.lh Hundiy and Saturday before at Ebeoeicr. rf- All are lnvit-d to attend. J.R Patse, Pator. .i.v.vor.vcr.Tjs.vX'Sr. fcr SArrff : tr aotixfixrU muJ rqut4 WILMJLZE aa a cndiJai fr the ofSc of HboHff of Hamblen aoanty a the mailing Augoi rtw. IW County Co'irt Clerk: We ar a.nttlr4 and it-queaWl the naju f IL WILMAMS a. a can Jidal for the tte Coomty Court Crk at Uae emming Ao,-ut tjecl-.on . U. at tfaa tmtn to iTiVlnlAdVfnhmrU the prceident 6 a, X nominee for government printer, V- lie I tue iww: alvcrUjeuuuafc iO JoLn Xowv Uackemith, ift tliU Uetie, inJ !f yoa! tant ainx- worlc' done tt his lu. ivo Liui '.cail. .r Hp talat buihn , 'flnl.i.o d3ul)t means v btfi-; - The -Circuit C'oort, Judge- IIose protidnsr, .nvener! o--ifonaa moniinlast. ' Tiii, witV the quar: terrj!inVainoi'ftliP 'ortiij Court, induct i a large crowd of pcoplo to come to town. 2V Tr Jr c.I Tax Cv3:tr : VTc are aotUoriiwi and ivqueHM to ajniao tt- naict if JS. E. TnOMISON ... . nndi.Utf f.-r tl. cCV of Trnatr ana Tl oBctr o l!aii.t:rt couaty, August flection. ror' Circuit Court Clrk: Wa a.-a aoticrixei and r'ipt.l o aaaounw 'UEORGES. CROCCII aa a Ji-l.ta f tha cftca t Clrxtilt Coart C'aA f IIa t-o county, at tn pnaititf Aug - W ar taUi'i. ,4 and rrqnwtl U aanotiaoe tj nam uC H. 51. SnEUWOOD M a caadiOaU I n tht ofiW of Circuit Court CWrk at lb tnouinf AbbM ei.t.a. . traraatborua ati rcirt aaaecac IhBamarf . i t tv a.acvio'0'lu'ri'u' Bat, are always doing somctLing to ad- t!-ety. i"""-' " VJUic6 tbeiutereatsof the county.' We have received the first nuro bcr of the( Maryyille JVaV -hmart, ia neat and spicy 16-column pajier, re cently ttarted at 1 Maryville, Tenti. Will A McToer, editor; L . 0. lilank. enship, local editor.- Tito pajper' well piinted and filled with choice origin: I and selected matter. ' We wish the Watchman nuccess. A t'isartrous fire occcrred at Rlchmo.-ii, V., on Sunday the 26th. It was the most riestructiTe that has occurred la a Southern city aince the bcraiag of Richmond at the evacuation in 1SC3, whea the bridge of the Richmond aod Petersburg railroai across the Jamef, nearly a ta 1 io lungth, together withaouin bex ol tobacco fa'-.torle?, etc., were cocftuoicd. ' The fire oiinated on the Manchester side of the bridge, and unlcr the quickening icfluence cf heavy gale blowing at the time ra Itlly swept to th.Kicu.mond sidJ destrojitg many buildings ! thereto adjacci t; the total jlos. being esti rjntf d U live hundred thoasand dol lars. ' . r 1 a i j An exchange i. trathfnlly says: "There is too much disposition on the pai t of farmers to take cheap city papers in prcfcrcnco to their county paper, becauf-o they can get them Ct a little 1cm price. They never consider, that a "city paper gives Vieni no local now?, or ever says a good word for the county in any wry, while the county papers TJ! I If I -.-X III' A7Ii7 I lUJt . " ' .aVi iJtw.b (X Aa mi . a r - -r a . : J l 'V f k I i - oi lMf1., a I ill J A. 'V 1nX 1 wAra n activerUeiUntuegrcat, p-'T" r ' ihvwWWtiw i uu at v wu.i uiuk f - . i -" - . ' - j rtrtrmrtSrr"'-tb" nil 'y-' I'JVid. Noe,' iof .OrHtngcV crnrntf,' hrid'r,.1.' money and; lefUj in MrJ: JUep; tiic, caihier, bqpW)! Ch -trarfactTenl to. bo u icHti mate 6he tril iWcdiVcVday last, when 3ir. Lloyd happenQd;to step into thQ bak, tra .(.hown the notYnd at ?ie ' pronoun eod it !a forgerr1. ' The ' culprit "wak; lcWlfed' up.V'Tlc wenl from, "here to " Kni vllf aa.thaCe.tx,niac.yaKiiti,dgpr in Knox ton ntyt where .Sheriff Maie rot his jmisdecd; Tre',profeJ, IV A!1 Daniel,' of 1 Oraingrr naboea mm ana orougni. -mm ionp count lor countj-, and,u about dU yenrs ot, ago. Ho waived a preliminary examina tlonand nor languishes in Ilara blen jail., ' The money 'was'1 not ie coVerot .,1j.' Johu. ;iT.urpliey th I'lvsidcnt X the baok, worked f the ease up and pointed out-the man to the pheiiff, for- which he deserves duo credit. , Tie Uccristovrn Gazette. WEDNE 3DAY, APR. 5, 1SJ. There is no investment that a farm er can make that will bring him a better return, or give Liai more real plea-uro than $1 50 or $2 invested in his county paper. REMOVAL. We bare rernoTed The Gazette of fice to the second story in tbe Van tlos Mock, orMite the Post OfSce, wbere will find as teadv to Mrve them. All pcrcns Indchtcd to us fcr prevailed on Rev. J. B. Ford, D-D.; .nbsr.iption.ndrcrtlslnffand Job work the difthguW.od-fcWay ; School ' ... iM.fwnfwtri1. worker and divine, to hold a bUB- ! d a.t,lc nn. Oar removal baa coat us day School In,ntuio , in this city on 5t7.vr school institute. MoKr. -.sn.wv, Tens., ilar. 3, '82. ToUv 11 tr ? Taa MoTrtatoam Qasettc f 1 am hci,jv to say that I nave 1.1. P. I. I 1lll. a( Hn.ll ...i.i ard tLore are ctber claims tne iwi aim mu ox .at.... PIeae .1 U rf I IiiT-ifinir fill Snn- . . .. . iiAAa.ii w i mi.u a . . v v. ... .. ua aviiiou ate uittui. i . . , ,. i cn t'ais appeil your iubscriber. attention, dellnq-jcnt day School workers and others to co-orcratc in making it a success. . . . c- T . -.1 Jlc will hold a r. insuiuie i in "i i 19t, nil UtV Local botes ana Ullitr ietrs. Thit. lw a treat for iiorris- town. and I hopo the cood citizens Dr. Heard, of Chronic Disease no- wjn tnrn out and givo him a good torietv. ii now r.t the lato House. attend nee. Programme next wecK. - ' I . t n TT.. . Ionia truiy, j.&.xiiLi.. ' . TUB PJ2E8BYTFI2Y. , The Presbytery of Ilolston conT vencsd in the Presbyterian Church, at this place, on the 20th ultimo, at 7 o'clock, P. .31".' 4The opening Ber mon was preached , by Iiev. J. B. Converse, D. D., the last Moderator!' This was a thoughtful gospel ser mon, on the subject of "Ministerial Support." Rev. Isaac ,S. Anderson was elected Moderator, and Doctor Cline, of Dandridge, and Captain Patterson, of Tazewell, were chosen Clerks. We were especially pleased with the able discourse of Rev. G. A. Caldwell, on Saturday, at 11 o'clock, on" the subject of Home' Missions. If, we aro not mistaken that sermon will 'bring forth fruit in its season." Rev. J. Albert Wallace, Professor in King College, delighted and impress ed his audience, on Saturday even ing, with a discourse on "Grace Abounding." At the close of this sermon the Presbytery solemnly or dained Rev. Mr. Millord. Of Mossy Creek, to the Gospel Ministry. ThU service was ablj' conducted by Rev. D. F. Smith, of Newport The Presbytery has received a valuable addition in the person of Rev. J. D. Thomas, late 'of Wythevillc, Va. and now President of . RogersvilLc Female College, lie did. effectivo work, both initio pulpit and on tho floor. Dr. Coiivcrsc delivered an firMlWuUrh; countv, U vt y tkyy. o he pigl i, f ,ih til Gtji of'Mar4i;'oi John i IfiorrifeldrrAerlk-' a Vltizett -of IhisfMcInityaTid' vMi par,enWnbWi'"n:earM6rrl3foSv in the Clinton . (Ivy.) Democrats j Darned Jo!, p Mcvris.waa eb(t,nnd kilji!- Vance in the .Boulh-wes-Jnja bv.Mr vfrrt irti TMrt'Vit'tM bou'nt': .The rtartlcufata oi tbe affair;.. wehei been atftc o, TCt,Uieiin. .aco.Alfes6i.vAIf. .iYancey:iiaU' Morris em Oloved to vork on Ids farna,1 3If 'rl3 living ra'tf'e "h'o'Use 'as o'ie'of tlie. family. On the day named Mr: Vflftce . came.U town-Ift will.i but before; lea V In sent Jlorris to a nTfUbora! to., hplrr roll lux, unci Air. ancc leuiratu 'PS ''i 'ir'?-'""!-; rj i z. at1 a .V'ltJa home; nbonf the' rriuldle'dr two after noon,"be onDd"iIcnl. tlii, '. sittiJrjg, 4. - ouUidet tLe yard readiir.ia ,.U"4Uimunt, Nothing unusual occurred -ualil .b(d liitfe, wheix !Mr. " Vance' ir'ect'cd Morris. to take a ln'mp and1 go rij staifs1 btu. lie refused to go ana demanded liia pay. Mr.;Vuce told hinj 19 wqujd pay him in the morning and again told him to go tri bed. " JtorriS then left (ha room rnut-, tcrlng In a low tone, but M Vance did not Ii car him, beia partially deaf. The door to the room was shut and fastened, but after aomo tithe 3Iorr is returned to the door end demanded admittance, tit the same ticie demanded his pay and al. ao a young lady who is living with the farcily. and threatened that he .would have both his pay and the girl or he would wade through blood, and with this threw himself again3t the door and burst it open. Mr. Vance, with the as sistance of his mother and the girl, suc ceeded In pushing Morris out and clos ing the door which they secured. With loud pro faulty and threats against their lire Morris ltft the house to get an ax be said, to break tbe door with aod kill those inside. The matter assuming this shape Mr. Vance prepared to defend himself and house.- He at once armed himself with' a pistol, and directly Morris came to tho door, and made an assault upon it forcing it open. Mr. Vance called to him to desit and not to enter, on pain cf death. To this Mor ris paid no attention and aa bo entered Vane shot him, the ball entering his brest and ranging toward the heart, as was afterwards discovered. Withont speaking Morris turned as soon as he was shot and ran out of the house and to the yard gate where he was found dead a short time afterwards. An ex amination of the matter was held Satur day by Esqrs- Scott and Galloway, of tbe Moscow district, and the facts sub stantially a3 above stated were elicited, whereupon the court decided it as a case of justifiable homicide. Mr. Vance is a man pf property and esteemed a good and, peaceful citizen, and it only was under such provoking circumstances that he could be induced to do a rash .w. The young; man Morris had been vCitb Mr. Vance ten days, but nothing particularly singular had beeu noticed or him, and it is belie ed he was seized with a fit of insanity, in which condi tion there is no telling what he would have done had be not been killed as be was and when he was. lie. had stated that he was from Morristown, E. Tenn., where he said his parents resided. " - :;;. i . : PERSONAL. " y-i ; Robt. H. Harle, Esq., snent Sun- tiay Wlia ms purems iu mis piuu. Miss Mollie Shannon made Knox- ville a visit last week. ' ' ''CO "t f. ;n:,S"l ,-. ' s' Hi: t.-. t: i.l 2 i-3 .TONSORIAL. By Mack Fultou, - At the Commercial Honse, MORRISTOWN, TENNESSEE. tW I aolicit the pnbUo patronage, and would aay that I can give satisfaction either in a clean, neat shave, hair ut, bair dress, clean shampoo, or an elegant whisker or moustache dye. TermB moderate. - Si JO S $ 1 I JO a aw aa lill IM! iHIiwl a 1.1 A h y r:;ivj mmmmm saw mi Hilllll ar , o - nn m m A J o ii-;r -iff IE .United.: States. 0 J r- Uwfjsj rKP?'- ' - - -'-v3 S S 1- JiSi; , - - . -"3.- Thn AGITATOR THRESHER laspippilir! - . c ' it m a s avaat as rm :ta;,'''SUWW - III VIUIU mmsMmmm For feited if it Chokes in any kind of v Grain. Write for Circulars to J. P, ill, ig't, MORRISTOWU, TECa. pr 5 82 'j.. ........... la-UJ Jas,, T,V. Fiftchcr. Herbert ,W. Hall, Mr.' Thos: "Richardsof Knoxvill able and unique discourse on Sun- was in town Friday. dav, at 11 o'clock, in the Methodist CoL iu. A. Jdoofe was circuia Church South, on "The Life aud Hharaetcr of Herod Antipas." Od 1 v n " A Sunday morning, in the Presbyteri an .Church, Rev. Jacob, Smith gave a discburse from Romans 3:28, on Justification by Faith," after which ting among hia friends here Friday. Fro Smith, of tho Newport High School, made us a brief call Friday. Mrs. VV. G. Davis continues very low with, bilious colic. , i - a Miss Clara Bell, of Parrottsville, wa visiting friend in the city last n I 8T3 0 3 3: as H w. 5 H 0 ft' p S3 rf DC S FLETCHER, HALL & BRAZELTON, : ' " : WHOLESALE DEALERS 1 ... ri:. T7K4 T I iOrvf f nnn1 AO KFtOXVSLLE, TENPJ. THE BEST LIGEITED ROOMS IN THE SOUTH. I D" P. KOA7E. ISW &OODS FOR THE SPRIKG TRUDBi EVERY MERCHANT SHOULD SEE OUR STOCK AND PRICES. Respectfully, FLETCHER, II AITj & BRAZELTON. E. 8. MALOXBT. 0 NOTICE. tneholj'cotnmuhion was administer- Lweek, stopping: with Mrs, "Andes. ed. Night set-vices were also held. Mr. Sam. W. Jack and' wife, of Our people were much pleased with Whitcsburg, spent a portion of Sun- this assembly oi Christian Ministers ay "n? a,n axouso. and Ruling Elders. Wo hope that lion.jonny. a. Jtemine, ngvut T.nrM. Rrnid-t. Gents and Ladies Cutfs at S. W. MeCRARY'S. Ixko Pickles and Confectioneries generally at S. W. McCRAKl b. Coal oil 1'0 W. l-oof 20cents per drug Carriger'a g.illon, at ftore. Ladies if yon want yourhata or boanets trimmetl in a tastv, eiyusn manner leave them with Mrs. Lou Flynn. JUST IN, am'ondid lot of sweet and Irish POTATOES, nt W. Vax Hess tc Bros. For "RvW Brosan Shoes gi to w M.dlARYS. Novel "Plow axv Shoe' a specialty. 1000 poon.l- Dn- Bones wanted. K- tn S. T. Lvle at S. W. M?- -r-t'V Crary s. . GRAND OPENING 1 GRAND OPENING 1 GRAND OPENING! GRAND OPENING 1 r GRAND OPENING 1 'i GRAND OPENING! ;u or or or or or OF MILLINERY MILLINERY ir tt T.iVl'DV. UriT.T.T W.RV rir UVKRY AfTTXINERY U U AU AT AT M RS. LOuVlA N N S MliS. LOU FliYNN'S MRS. LOU FLYNN'S MRS. LOU FLYNN.S MRS. LOU FliYNN'S MRS. LOU FLYNN'S Wednesday and Thursday, 5th fc Gth MiM-s.L. &, M. Shann3D U.ko KvtM!ntHny ahd Tharsday,-5th & Cth pleasure in fhowiug good. m They W'odnc sday and Thursday, 5th k 6th have a very large stock ot miuinerj ;Bt iu from the lvast ana.ar wiling remarkably cheap We have received a copy of tho ureat American oiuw: "x waltz chorus called " Oscar Doar;' lbvM.IL RoscnSeld. This W" w i'v -j Konrr U now all the rago, and W TV Carrier has reduced tho price of coal oil 150 proof to 20 centi per gallon. Ham.sIiWe and Cornel Beef nightly rung with imraeose applause aronnd the "Y" at a W. McCRA- bv ucb artist as LotUt,", "Tony RY'S. Alfo Sweet and Irish rota- iwyr" Sol Smith Rnwell, Eliza it ' I ' rata descriDtion Which lot of land is levied on to satisfy an execu tion iu my handa iesned from the Chancery Court in tlw caae of L. F. Loeper 3 and mmiiV I and E. U. Sr.oddy, admr. of Rasscll Kig?s, dee'd, l. rr,c:!r.rn Afrtcair 1 . T- . , . r. . . t .! . . -ii. .tt" . I va. J. M. BewleT and others, hbiIwiu he sold, nn. UUgM, . ,v.64.M v ,lctl last v-ceK ior JOTUSVlliC, ivy., leVgtUe debt and costs are paid ... L 1 A A. lUr LUVJ . J ViOU AAA tv AA A they will come again at no distant from ft the roaJ day. Rev. Mr. Byers, of Jonesbor- , Jolm JL Tftt0 :ovesimwarerresssaware, uxnismng A FUUC LINE OF SMf Hardware. .1 3 O S. Vholesale"aiMl rrcta'il Manufacturers and Dealers in N MONDAY, TIIR 1st DAY nf Miv. 1882. at tbe door of the Court House h Mnrifisir TpiLiiMEce. witluii legal hours, I vttl oTer at public Kal3, to the bigheat bidder, and sell tLe same for cash ia han, aU Oie right, title, claim or interest that T. H. Johnson hM in or to a lot of acres o( land situate within the coi-por- East Xpnucssee, Virpinia and Georpia railroad, f riF Goods I MmM W mmiv; and vest of Cain Hotel; oounaea.ana aajoiu. Uft!11l Sa'-T,i? II the V,t, of Mr. Narcissa Owen, and in front ry S3! KtSi HeM-IJ'sf V -A the liao of the railroad, boinR lie rue lot con- p8f R te) If-IR: 4 ! J P. Evrns, on the 16th of July, 1877, by S 1 1 fj Hfe5,$Bftl registen d in Hamblen county book number 2, 1 flg gj'ilfp Dace? 96. 97. to which reference is here made for a- fifef! firf lfiiffilS'S.'t'k' Of said lot Or lana I ;- r -?S:t-C'"i. ! t Seep always on hand a coinpW C t rpenter's Tools, Heavy Hardware Iron, TYiails, Korse Shoes ;-Iait?c its, Iicks, Torlts, Flow Steel, Ac. Agents for the Celebrated tliattancoga kfiled Plows, AND REPAir."S"F0U SAME. te stock of. nnt5rwk!v UV 7Z PT" No. 7 Step Stoves complete for ?12 fX) cwh. ml 3 Creek, were elected Commissioners where they join Mr. Tate and make to tho ueneraL-AssemDiy, wnicoisio iucir iutuiu uwu meet in Atlanta in May. SPRING MILLINERY, 3Irs. Lou Flynn would respectfully nform her friends thafr.he- has just received direct from New York, an Col. W. IL' Patterson and his es timable wife, who' are visiting ' rela tives at Russellville, spent baturclay in the city. Messrs. Mat. G. McClung, of Tvnoxville. and Gcorire Spaldine:, of Thij 27th day of March, 1882 .',' ,' . .11 ai.--iy.x-. Sheriff of nmblcn Couuty . wch, 29 4w pra fee A h-rff stick of FARMER COOK STOVES on ' - , k.-. T.latn aAHDEN TOUIiS Ct all Kinds, jcima noes, StOVe .t 1CUJ emil38Dur uaiuu La u - i- - v.,,. .,,,,1 fiilHir the 1 1 x st st e tind botcen KuoxvUleafd liristol. I,ooilng itlKl UUltci i,.,.i rn.it.li nH lain imtirovemeuU. Koua Of ! , ;rin TtiKf-K. Kcvtho Blades. e. Coma and aiaailu S v Syeehvliy. 11UCKMKNTI elegant : ossor tment.t of Millinery auieiu, v.. iU - goods for tho Spring Trade, consist- ncss last Friday. .. . : inn-of Pattern Hats and Bonnets, We welcome the return from tho vn Vlnw.ri .Feathers. AVinp-s. South, of. Dr. II. C. . 3IcCall and Ornaments, c Ribbons, Ties, Lace family, who will. spend the summer Seta, Velvets, Sattins, Plushes and sea.son among us. . ' . . Silks. Call and see. , Prices reason- "jiiss Annie McKean. a charming able and satisfaction in every par- vouns ladv of Greene county, was llcular. Orders by mail will rccive in , the city last week attending prbmpt attcntioD.'C P'0r. - ,., Presbytery ... , , " ; ... Miss Dona M. Lyle, who has been epgaged in. the drees-making busi ness at Bakersville.'N. C.5ifor some months,' returned 'to' her homo in this place last Saturday mornings i AT 'ii-dnrtrn S Andw rprircsent At a Republican : Convention of ln i'ftiua millincrv- and notion it "vi.-fi i.. I.J.I Pn.,.l b . P . d y-i 1 . . naiuoieu vauiu, hciu i vuv, ""'''.ibouso of : Armstrong, unor. K sjo., house in Morristown, Tenn., on ther v.. visited.. the city . last week Mrs. Lou Flynn, Morrisown, Tenn. : t t 1 . 1 . , rnocEEDixds or the republi can. cqxyention. 3d of April, 1882, the following pro- ppcnt a C0Upie ofdays,,, , i ceedings were had, to-wjt: .j LilAFaiil and iMraii ;Min ' un inouon ji . juhu jiui mcj Minnie n motion 3Iaj. John Murnbey . , Dandri(Jffj .and m&s Rc: was called to tiic caair ana j. ii. i , nAriiaw nf .Rniiiimn -mnn'tv Trent chosen secretary. '- . Qt;,,!in. at Pregbvtcrv On motion the chair appointed 4 T.r -'rjr - . inn' T An l vik ii iriiiiiiii H ill ii I M lit ii - ' Briscoe : - ' toe and Syi up. Notions. Hosiery, Ladies and Cnt Neckwear at S. W. MeCRA RY'S. Permit No Substitution! Insist u-pon obtaining Florestou CnlAirne. It m pre-eminently r-upcr- ior iu iermancnce and rich delicacy of fragrance. aaaaaaiaBaBBaaaaaia im Metropolitan Life Unvellod. Wcathorsby, &a CHORrS. Ocar Dear, Oscar Dear, Take your hand away, air, toTie one mlht tie locking love; Take jour hand awajr, air. , waxtz jtarnAiH. Oscar Ilcfr, Oscr Dear. IIo w fiutterly-utteiij-flutter you are O ear Dx-ar, Jscar Dear, ' ' It :4ok you are awfully "Wild." ThL- son.-r is easy so I it can be I . . . , ' ' T-tA tivfc Arcnta and other pen t wna piajm vn i"" . v.,,.,. turco popies contains rrv ciri vinir iu" yamio will maUo jotj laahto look t at; eniy racy rea-UDR ana wnBai.Kj, lv0r copy,, or ,u " . .... ir M...rw.iii Liftf for iil.OO. .fae title pa: Hurl a w".-., .-.. . I l, ,ili.i- alTrr ianj j" '- l v Have ivoii Ever ir TM?Ton to Ijo' Kcriou.-dy , ill witlwut uais.?li or iikictive liver or kid.u?n Aa;l not find Ihrr.iwwr enjoying . rnI health? Purkcr.mgw look- 'CopitWc-an be obtained free of pOtt a sending marked price to the i uh!ii'ier.". Postage stamps taken acurreacy. Atmrcs r. nn mick,180;Elm Sf; .Cincinnati, O. regulates these Important organs. 1 ccKanLDj-u's eeetiko. appoiu the following committee on nomiha s-vr,r,tinn 'tn..h Uld ! at 'The Gazette received a--very. Dleasant call last' week- from Rev.: J. ALra k Conversend wife, of Blountville, .st ' and Mcssi-p.' Jas.W, Hogan and J w . . I -r. ri Ty. ;. - W. C. Witt. J. A. Goddard. AV. G. - a noma?, m ivugavuxc. j , . Ri.nrl.V-A-. Hull, and A: S,: Biook?. " llom'W. T: GilienwaterS spent a Said committee having retired for a few day lest week at the Cain House, brief time returned " reporting tho iWe think mOre of the Colonel; than .'dclep-ates1 to he apparently docs 6f us, for ho al- said State convention,' to-wit: D. W.' ways fails to give us a call. This r. ..ntAr John " Murnhev. B. J. does not disconcert us in the least, Guk-Ii, G. T. Larkinand J.- A. God- for whKe wo recogmze him as, one dard. deda. Noo ami Imnnslv adont On motion it was resolved that us better he will love us more said de legate go uhanstructed, ' and Said rciHi t, tung f amen- jot tne amesi icaocrs.oi ui par u toembfaWthrameof-S.B. this entf of tho State, the hope, ex. I Orang Harks, was unan- I ists tnat ne may one nay maivu ui ed. '1 home-with us,' and wnen ne Knows that any number ol them attending . Qf th three, -children - ot.-iiaw ; said convention shall cast the entrVe thovne, two aro living, Rose, tho vote ofvIainbWifc .wMty.;Btut'!-ih wife ot 'Mr. Iithroj,; and his sop, C4?e nooue otsawLtdtJegate; shall Jul fori', 'who' is now in Europe.5 Mrs. ttend:thcnTaml tn'tbafHbhl .Trilian'- lrawthofnO' isJ at) the old Win Rule is hereby authorized; and home.'he1 Wayside " at Concord, reonestod to cast aid vote. ' - ' XvitH herseven ohildren. illerdaugh- Oh motion'our .secretary is in- tcrs have all' pbmewlat romantic : - . . .AT I . ' nil stmcttHt to lurnrn our respeciivw i nanies, two or them Deing cauea couuly papers wtha copy of thel" and Gwendolin. 1 There -hi , il v :1. T , 1 I ry t i iiviuiu . .v.. ... - - - O I . .n il hi -aaaianarm 1 - -j . J E ill w" " B Ssv Jlllililli! w;libbiV..i 3 ry IdfluS;; jlrocsafiB- Iloots, J f - ( SHOES, HATS, &c... f . B ".- . 3. aa. L: ' .W J : . -. . v.: -1 k- I Xi ' .-.r r--""! ai aaiianTa'T ram n i j I i a aagMM , I .... ' : -' - ' --- -- --- ' ; --- - -g-y i I . ,YJL :.:,::Y '-. tLy-- i m Eleqant Goods the Year Round - v GOODS, LAG ' . Hosiery," Gloves; Collarettes; a...r., , Fancy Goods of All Kinds. - . CARPETS, RUGS Curtain Goods, Cornices, dc , Carpets, made , t randlaid. .-Lambrequin and Cornices ,j s- - jnflcfe and ' fc " RENT'S AND BOYS' FUJINISHING- GOODS, Shirlfl. Socks, Suspendem, Craratg, Handkercnlern, wune ana Red Merino Underwear. Ladies and Childrens Merino Undervrearr f 'L Best "Anker-HingClotUs. An imme atock al tha Prices. Dressmawng iprviu i Mrs. Hanson, au experienced juonaon ana new iw Orders by wail promptly auenaeti w. .3 ALVIN BARTON, Gay St., Knoxville, Tenn, jau28, '80. i. i. C . u vJ, - -,-. rr If II! If II! IH11S! in 1 vers ess isiri4 OIlKISTOWTKIi Kiec Stand, Cor. Main jrenryts,i Haye jnst opened a New and Splendid Stock of - -'. " : - - Tf -sV .r M -5 -f " . . . . . i , ' 1 i nt.- . .-KiM-tsi nf Tbti ALQf-.A-ttiwn. I . a b n, ri . iiii i . Bi r i - i . r w aa- z Hwiuoi'WJ r.v.. i .rUnd 0.n -nJ Ohio KailrtJ .a j- m a-aT rxJ I fin av vmi' - . . I Htrcngthcus everjr ,. v. w comDa y ar herely caU.Ml mi a- tcm. Sec other column. I ROnut Coneotlon t ihej offlce or ne . lu liornHvinn, aw v . - .'if rrla-t handling of a uistol is m JB niDxY, MAY 5, 1W, for tla i . u . .: . .. . . t Ttn!rilh?dc-itlof MrYair parpo of electing a licard of Directors, MAimipb" - - hiitCiuedlhedv.iiuo Xmtm ike traactlou of -such ott.tr. , T,'. L MARRIL. I ' , . Ua.baJ, ;-CCordn; to a cw loik aw J be ntccsaa'y. By At tbi reeidenco of Joha.Russelt; ;h croner'fr iurv. It provcl f.iUl to . Mirrhtow,, Tuesaay.nifibt March 23(b, PresidtuV Garuel i JikewtK X0- j A. II. Oscoo, Prea't. Un rest: J..VU0P0C3, Eec'fl of the tiame.; '. '.On. motion Jtdjournment; subject. to the" call of the the County Eiecn Wvt'd and worked, "the Triost obscure mftri of Icttbrs." as! bo himself said. I 'Joh McarnET Chrm.ii lj 4 America' Boston' tetter. - ; ,, ; "They ' old the 'o"d mnMiis girl was'keeVibg "milliner' t tore, and whca 'h ent home ami told it,, all' tile' neighbors 1 wondered what by'tbr Tier.' J. II.' vyne ir. . v gackept a mill la her store for. iv.. Wn&TtTiRad aiRSAiraw Cbaiib,,. XrJtViA v-r-;: .. .. . :, SJJrTElTl.ri ON CHITIS. ASTHMA, PKZU- that Hawthorne's jrrandchildrcn aro , MONiA, CONSUMPTION, Diseases of TKHOAT, K-n ' .ortt pow in that home xvhere; he N long D 11 1. ft ft Tfli II -ge 3IT & ASTHMA PORE - THROAT, iF.. ....... .1.. Tllll.MT IIIIST .Tv-, .rr.T7,T T, ..T.;7t nn,i Hrtaneed stsurcr. r id a i oisrases oi ' 'n.ivv, -.S . .,u.l HVP it. ,wthint- R.iliinie Broterti08 anora an vi system alter eVl niularit and tonic to build up Ibo 8"?pT- hi tUct . Price $1.00. V-r I OWN. in place oip our iu;u . . ifarV StarnrT on rach bottle, whicU MiiJjICAiEIarticle-thefrenumeh3 Si?i.!iS-r where. - " " WXTKOUT SP23GIAL Til OE LICENSE. - Tho TCLU, RQCtC AND RYE CO., Proprieiors, 41 Biver St., Chicago; SH. -J D 1 1 .i I E4 ta E a i ' 5 li i." a 1 i - ML'lwiUliblJUyillLij '7.'. J! Coi23iitmgr of 3Dryv Goods, Dress Goods, JrT-N6tions,-B6Hs Grocer :e::ir:etd.r;cwM they offer - to tho trade at very: W PRICES, j" We have come-to stay land mean Business. Call and K vs and get our figures on Goods before lu'hg cbcwhtrt All kinds of 'Country Produce takenjn exchangeor gcgU.