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TnE.MOHitiflTOWN 61 Z E T t E, APRIL ! 2 , 1 88 2.
j.v.vo v.vcr..Jin.YTs. Fvr SheriJ" : M r are anihorited inl ri;"ted to Inof'tort taa a a bf W. II. MAZE aa a ea.UJl for the fGc of thar.S ct Ifajable t.tvny at the entiling AHgnat i tu.n. OmntT Court Cltrl: W are eitlvar-:eJ and Tvia-l to wdkim lle uxr i f IL WILLIAMS as ran hJite f..r the offi- t.f Couet (Vort Clerk at lb wuilcc inj tu rtrc'H'H. te. Fvr Trutt and Tar Cu&ctr 'z W ar antborlaeJ uJ rjwftd to announce Ike ttm of J AS. E. THOMPSON MirudiJiUN tli C.SW of Tsne and T t ttt twcnty-ciHit day to spring from the nshes a hand.-omer lri than lie- fore. Hay hi heary MeRsincjs in difiiiie. I-e prove rclervr C Harobleaj county. Anfaas le-ti. men In Me. For Ciiraii Court as)k : MT in author! ted anil ritMfeted to aononuce f ub at GEORGE S. CKOUCH a a eandidate for the ut&e fin-nit Court CWk c4 Hajubtea county, at ttw mailing August eWc tioa. We in authorized an J rvju--,l to amnun.-e t h iiatu uf II. 31. SHERWOOD a eaadidaW for the one of Circuit Court Clerk at th ensuing Antul elertUM). te. Fit Ffjitrr : r er atitbonx.d an. I requested l annonur th- name ot PETER AI.LEX aa a cnd.dat f-w the oftW r.f Reller cf Hana bWn county. Mrtkl Ant Thursday in Ang.it, Is!. Last Snnday, the 9th, Avas Easter. The last tinio Ko.ter came on the Mh of April was in 1871, und it will not occur on that date arain until 10H. In 18S.J it will fall on April 2C, its latest possible date. litis will le the first time" it has occurred cilice the introduction of the new Myle in 1752. It will then not oc cur again on April 23 until after an interval of iirty-seven years, or in 1913, and then not again for lull years. We were sincerely pained to read in the pajers of last baturuay an announcement ol the death ot Uol. liobcrt Jic-Neily, the veteran pro- ANmrrzAcrr. To the Editor of Tlie Morriatown Garette : Some years ago I purchased some very early and toothsome peaches irom the late George t . u lover. I thought well of them ; indeed, more than well, for they were excellent. Calling upon his widow the other day, 1 inquired of her where Mie ob tamed those good peaches. .She in loraieu me mat Mr. u lover pur chased of a nurseryman an Early JJeatnce. YV hen it first bore .Mrs. Glover ate of the fruit, and planted five of the seed. Three camo up ana ono died. Ihe other two came to bearing, and it wan of these I bought the very delicious and extra early peaches above Fpoken of. Dr. G. G. P. Magce learned about the fruit and came morning after morn ing lor freshly ripened peaches and OAED, Our iitI11v inorfinsintr i-r7 l -.-.-.n.i 2" wiut;u, vu. aDove xvnci oeiow, cloiihlin ns to enlarge our- salesrooms. 'We Have removed post- tr III rn i -- V, -i-l- -w u 1 . . t n r.a-t- armrf - ' E w M.IK ft . . I . . W .11 M I . . 1 MM . M J M. M ITrl J L MM M ri i .Ii . '-r ;iiiucny ior rue hetter rii Notio e'voronS Gtent's liat, Shoes, Hosiery una Onr Grocery, Crockery, Xeatlier and Hardware departments are fuller with the best goods at low, competing prices. aa I B The Morristown Gazette. WEDNESDAY. APR. 12, 1S3. Local Notes mul Other Nncs. Some of our early gardeners are enjoying j onng onions and leitnee. Hundrevls of acres of corn were flan ted last week by the farmers of lamblen. The April showers set in last Friday, and vegetation of all kinds it nourishing. Grand Millinery Opening at Mioses I.. Si M. Shannon' from sun up to sun down the year round. During the pretty weather last week the people of Morristown turned their attention to gardening in earnest . Mr. J. O. Jli'-e was the recipient of a handsome present one day last ii k-a fine baby-girl. jtsesing all the energy ofa rolicking infant. There's urn.- in the air for Oren. prietor and editor of the Cleveland to Pee ,nt0 their growth and nature. Banner. He died at his residence and was po well pleased with it that in Cleveland, last Friday, of pnen-1 ie "ssted that it should le called mouia fever. From our vounrr lov. the Improved Early Beatrice. JIo ho.xI we have known him. Jloush that there were no such peach and angular in appearance, he was as quiet and unpretending in hisde meanor as he was sturdy and inflex ible in his devotion to every high and honorable principle. Ho was a noble spceimeu of a hardworking, patient, kindhearted, useful man. Perhaps half a century of his life has been ppent in journalism, and the newspaper fraternity has lost one of its most original, quaintest and most successful members. He djed, as for many -ears he had liv ed, an exemplary and loyal commu meant of thoMethodit Church, and if the consciousness of love for God and his fellow-man can smooth his v, ay across the dark river, it is now well with our dear old friend, l'leas- ant recollections of "old Bob" Mc- Xelly will linger in our memory, till we, too, aresummoned to that bourne where the weary cease from labor and the righteous find rest. es in the United States. One great merit of this peach is its long con tinued bearhiir, it beating nearly a full month. It is worthy of propa gation by both amateurs and prac tical horticulturists. j. s. w. BOl'S hi ITS, We ktp th largest asjortmaut la dark medium and light col ors. We have taken arcial palm In aelect ing good material and to have tbem anb-j tantiallY mad. lie aura to raU ami examine. We had not time last week to call attention to the advertisement of the J. I. Case Threshing Machine Com pany, of Racine, Wis., of which our friend, Hon. John Q. A. Remine, of Greene county, is the agent. We have heretolore referred to the high position thi company has won as manufacturers of meritorious agri cultural and industrial machinery, It would be a work of superero gation on our part to call attention to the attractive checker board ad vertisement of Brown, Wells Si Hoyt. appearing to-day. lake Henry C lay s mouth, it speaks for itself. "What is heaven s best gift to man ?" she asked, sweetly smiling onhiir, "Dr Bull's Cough Svrnp," he replied, with prudence. Jle had just been cured by it of bad cold. Our popular and enterprising druggists ArmitageJt Bros., call the special attention of mothers to Jjr. Moffett s Teethina (Teething J'oicders). Anod3'nes only soothe and lull to sleep: Teethina Cures the child, Regulates the Bowels, and .Saves tho parents many sleep less nights of care and anxiet3'. MKIUUOT TAILOK ISO. We are ageiits for I Dovliu It Co., ct Nea York, the larpest tai-l lorinir establishment in tbe world. We have over 1,000 pat tenia t. ! eetect from . We tak your meaaure a n il, I guarantee a fit. CLOTHIXG. W will not atteniptl Hnd qualitiea of goods k.ou nini come and ee them for yoaraelf Tnia ia the only way :o realize wnat we area r1'..!!. Hit" UlTn )een put extreme!, W U1ITK GOODS A.M.', LAWS, Onr (lock ia alread; K'ood, and embraced Dotted Swiss, Plain! rt'J. CloaLinir. Nain Mok from IS to 25H !Mr yard, lilac k ami wnite Kui broidery ne Kettiosr. via SHI UTS are laun lried and uu aondried. W hT hem to fit men, boys-l Innd children . Wej trill chow yon the farg at atoca in plain or ancy. oar prU-et rave been tcado t nit the times PLACE fUOCKEBT. Beat China Tea $1.8.' Goffeea J1.75 and 2 bO tilasaware at an ierd of prices. Ump ffuods from a rallow Dip tip. DHLSS BllIS, An wgani siock 11 Kelc-ct from, made ot khe beet American and imported t-ooda, wel made, handsomely! trimmed, cut by ex leriencd custom cut-1 rs, and finished br pelitble linndo o Hi GLOVES. I Tjice top and Tlain long Lisle Thread 40' ito eu cents, and Llsl.-j fekives li5 to 40 Cf-nto I Berlin 10 to 30c; Best Alexandre Kid. 3 but kon $1.26: Foster's pat lent $1 75 Black white and colored mitts 85o to $1.00. BUSINESS SUITS We do not hesitate to aay that our busi iiOBg Suits are nobbier better made and trim med neater than moei ready-made e o o d a We have many exclu J ,wve styu-8 and pat HATS AND CAPS. All the latest atyle aow open and arriving Llaily. We have mark d them at priroa loir r than any hat houH n America, to pleaat he pockets of our cus- omers. Now is thrl me to invest . o OUB SALESMEN ire Instructed torep-J resent oiur goods ex- ictiy aa tbey are. Id , a their especial busi less to try to pleas J yon, which their lontrf xperience witn ubI iand their acaualnLannl M . . . A-itu our customers ,,'iiablos them to do. I If WOBKIXO SUITS We have taken ape- -ial care to have them ut of substantial ma J teriaL made by th' most reliable hands kind sewed with good thread, to suit the) workingman . Make a, lote or this. SHOES. Pittburch cunton Khws for men ; W iu Lester custom shoei Iter men and boys i-Tmaitz Monroe eus-J torn shoes for ladieJ rind children. Philadelphia enston; Ioods are unequalled. UNDEKWEAK. None of our depart ments have received better attention that his branch. We have everything to make an' Mia man comfortable a younir man satisfied und a little boy happv. !ome and see. Y N FLANNEL SnTS I are comfortable auui bndi;penxable for sum- mer wear. With this; n view, we have plaM JhI them withiu the reach of everybody.! iwtn iu style, tit, suit aoiiHT ana price. ICHILD BENS' SUITS We have them in tight dixtinct stylesJ una over nrty diner nt qualities, mad' Lhe same as men's and! boy's suits out of sub-l htantial material ami! py first-class tailonJ July. Get your chil dren new suits. HABDWABE, Our Innd experience n this linn ftTmhliw qI Ito select the best goods ana we nave them irom the Best Plow ever offered Oliver! IChiiled to the small lest Peuknife. Heinisl rshears, never failing nt leatnertin or cloth PBOVISIONS . - 7 HVUUU, tine we keen un thfJ wunpiy at all times land parties wishing to jsell will please remem-J oer tbat Brown, Welhd uoyt pay cash. And OUBJiUABANTEE Imeans that if you are Jiasatisfied,bi-ing your goods back. We will! uot give you excuse, but money for any loptJ through imperfection ior misrepresentation is this not fair? BUILDEB'S HARD , WABE specialty, and those about to build connotl et a comIete outfit without calling upoi Cement ti 76 : Glas ind I'utty, Nails ami ron GBOCEBIES. Molasses, Corn and Sugar Hyrup,Horgbnm Pickles, Salt Flia, Dried rmta, UitroB, currants, jpnutea, racta 'uustotn made). uoaated coffee. Lam ms, Oranges, Canned (Corn (30c), Bipe Ba- iama rtne Apploa, te. m OUB GOODS tare bought of bouses acknowledged reputa- .'.on . We pay for first clafes work, Mistakes fare human, and it la tlaese mistakes that we want to bear from. Bear this ia uUad. Highest market price paid for Baron, Meal, Lard, Flour, Butter, Eggs, Poultry. Arc. us aim see. AJSO a full SUDdIv of Provisions nf nil kind av rnfjiil fmd mm. v w w- m h aa mjuv-i' m r m. v m mm g ROWIM, WELLS HOYT, (VIorristown. Trj Notions, Hosiery, (ients XeckAvear at .S. RY'S. Ladies and W. McCBA- SPICING SIILLINEIIY. An epidemic ppirit 4 improve meiitpervadiour town. New build ings, new oiithouies new fences, re j.airing building-, etc.. attracts the yes in all quarters of the town. Mi I.illie Fain, daughter of the late Ceil. Fain of Ilawkin-' county, died at the residence of her uncle, in Jetferon cunty, on the ."Id, of oiisiimption, aged al-out 2: year-. Ir. T. J. SKxk has removed his dental room- from the Brown Wells block to the find fior of the Murrell building, turner of Main and Henley streets, with entrance on the Henlev street side. Mrs. Lou Flynn would respectfully i neir agitator inrcsiier, aithoui;li inform her friends that she lias ni.st comparatively a new invention, has received direct from New lork, an won popular lavor as emliodying a elegant assortment of Millinery more correct and letter mechanical goods for the Spring Trade, consist principle for doing the work requir- ing of Pattern Hats and Bonnets, ei oi u man any other tnresinnfr trench t lowers, heathers. Uini's. Elegant Goods the Year Round AT Alvlxi Bwirto3i's Tun Morristown (Jazettk has just entered on its sixteenth year. Mar it live to be three score and ten. Xishrille Vrll. And may 3 our shadow not lessen lut 3"our tribe increase, O Ililey." A heavy rain, accompanied with thunder and lightning, visited this locality last Sabbath morning. Ac cording to a well established Dutch rule this insures tn rain lr seven sucivisive Sundas. A man wa- arrested near Knox-t-ille. lat week, who confessed he had stolen $1,000 from the Wood sto'k. Illinois, pnst-ortice, and that he had als4 committed murder. He is supposed to le insane. U is said there are twelve iiif h mond's in the field for Register of Hamblen county, and other neigh liorhoods to bear Irom. Only one name is announced in The (iazette, iKv.vever, and he means business. To the contemplative candidate: If you deire to stand fir any office in the gilt of the people do not fail to let them know it. Place yourself tafire them, every week, through the milium of your county paper The (.azette. " machine made. And 11 w, at the be ginning of the second year of its in troduction, the public demand for it greatly exceeds the expectations o its manufacturers. Mnce steam is so generally used, and the price of IiniUKr has advanced, thero is a de maud for iiortable saw mills, whicl can lo taken to the timler, instead of hauling the timber to the mills. Their jKrtable saw mill is of this character, and it is claimed lor it that it is the very Wst in the mark et. I pon the judgement of expo rienecd sawyers who have tested it we do not hesitate to commend it as inst the mill for our section. For full particulars of implements and machinery manufactured the J. I. Case Company, address their agent, J. i). A. Remine. Morristown, Tenn. Apple trees. each ' trees and plumb trees are in bloom, which in dicates that there will'be no scarci ty ot luMrious fruit in this county this year. Now put in plenty of corn! turnips and ' taters' and we will not starve by upwards of a bnsbol. The cornice work on the new building of I. P. Howe, which was put up recently by H. M. Turner, of Knoxville, U a handsome job ol the kind, and reflect credit on Mr. T. as a skilled workman. It will be the . means work here. of necuring him other Prof. Arnold, tcronaut. gives one ot hi ba!lion entertainments in this place next Friday. The balloon is ninety feet high and will ascend one thousand feet in the a'rr. Prof. A. will alo give some wonderful trap perlbrmance while his diip is oisjK'nded in ether'al spaee. A well drtssed young negro man, hailing from Chattanooga and giving hi name a Win. Johnson, was ar rested Sunday evening and taken .cfore Recorder Livingston for vio lating a city ordinain-e - indecently raxing lii- jern. Fine ami cot anountod to $: 15. which Johnson i,"-mdh' paid. lM-ide a lilei-a! t u bis Inwycr. . Rry. (i'io. W. Simpson, past.r t.f 'tn'-M. K-4!mreh, Smth. announc V from tW pulpit fajj ind.iy nigh ;tiiUl.f Wd pw-a-U if. .tbl.at!t ' mining Ttuiat iliul.; f the hubject of Tb. licsnrretion. lie a tal ei.lisl joang minister, mid hi con-m-"itrii, Iws3 large, .will no juU 1k nvoiled to ht ntm-st ca pacity of the church on lth '' Y wrh-ome the return ;tMjlJe Springfield AViw , which wa Jv Ktivy.nl by C.v on the L'd in M.;nt. to our iable. It is d rosed i:i a uit i,l new and be..uUfuf-tvl'. an 1 the rEHSOXAL. W. S. Pickson, Eaq., is attending circuit court at Hand ridge. 'Squire Asa Uayless. of the 2d dis trict, gave us a call Monday. Mr. Fred. Gregg, who has been confined to his room for several weeks, is able to ba out again. Mr. Clarence Frost, of Bristol, has accepted a position in the Morris town depot and took his place last week. One of The Gazette's veteran subscribers, J. H.Tate, Esq., of Pan ther Springs, was in town Monday and made us a welcome visil, We regret to hear that there is no improvement in the condition of I. E. -Rico, Esq., Cashier ot the Ixxk- out Bank. He is ver- feeble. We gather this list of the 6ick in and about town : 'Squire Ben. F. Mitchell is suffering with acute bron chitis; I. W. C. Pavis, with rheu matism; Haryey Mefford, nervous debility. Col. W. II. Crouch, of Athens, the venerable father of our esteem ed fellow-townsman, Circuit Court Clerk Geo. S. Crouch, is visiting his son, and gave us a welcome call last Saturday. Capt. Edward Kirby, general agent lor North Carolina lor the Nashville Life and Nuptial Union, was in tgwn one day last week, on his way to the old North State. Captain Kirby must Ihj the loss agent of the bs Nuptial Union from the number of young men he took in at this place. We had a delightful call Monday from Mr. H. T. Rumbough, eldest son of our good friend Col. J. II. Rumliough, of Warm Springs, N. C. Tho young man, we are free to say, while ositively a chip of the old block, is more reticent and comely than his parent stump, and it is our regret that his st.13- with us will not le protracted. He came on business. President B. G. Manard.of Taze well College, came over last week and had the programme for the commencement exercises of the Col lege which occur on tho 30th and 1st ami 2d prox. printed at The G azette job oflice. The intellectual bill of faro prepared for the visitors on tho occasion warrants the belief that the coming one will be the most interesiingand successful commence ment exhibition ever given by that i :irl-diini5 institution. I We were glad to receive a frieiid j ly call last wee k from our venerable and intelligent friend, Mr. J. S. j Warner, now representing the well j known New Garden Nurseries of J. Liu 4, ley V Son. tirecnsboro , N. C, an til l but growing institution, which is keeping up with the im provements of the time, the trees of ?!.i t are just suited to our climate nnl s il." U"e know of no man Ih Ut adapted t the business in which he, 1 . II II II . ! . H engage i limn Jir. vt . 110 is orieof'tlK' iVst informed men on al most every subject of our acquaint ance, and Vspa i.illy in horticulture H he well versed. Messrs. Lindley Jt Son have secured a lxnanza inob- Ornamenta, &c., Bihbon., Ties, Lace Set. Velvets, Saltins. Plushes and Silks. Call and see. Prices reason able and satisfaction in. every par ticular. Orders by mail wilfrecive prom d attention. Mas. Loc Flvn.n, Morrisown, Tenn. Have you Ever Known any person to be seriously ill without stomach or inactive liver or kidneys? And when these or gans are in good condition do you not tinil their nossessor eniovin.or good health? Parker's Ginger 'Jonie regulates these important organs, makes the blood rich and pure, and strengthens every part of the sys tem. See other column. Grateful Women. None receive so much benefit, and none arc so profoundly gratclul and show such an interest in recom mending Hop Bitters as women. It is tho only remedy peculiarly ad apted to the many ills the sex is almost universally subject to. Chills and fever, indigestion or deranged liver, constant or periodical sick headaches, weakness in the back or kidnes, pain in the shoulders and different parts of the body, a feeling of lassitude and despondency, are readily remoyed by these Bitters. Cuit rant. IT IS FOUND AT LAST ! Something New Under the Sex. A new era is dawning upon wom an. Hitherto she has leen called up on to suffer tho ills of -mankind and her own besides. The frequcr.t and distressing irregularities pecu liar to her sex have long been to her tho ' direful spring of woes un numbered." In the mansion of the rich and hovel of overty alike woman has been the constant yet patient victim of a thousand ills un- m . 1 !il A. Known 10 man anu wiwioui a remedy. ilOh Lord, how long I"' in the airony ol her soul, hath she cried. But now the hour of her re demption is come. She will suffer no more, for -- liradfield's Female Begulaior, '; Woman's. Best Friend" is sold by all Druggists and also by W. P. Carriger, Wholesale Agent, Pr. J. Bradtield, Prop., Atlanta, Ga. Price, S1.50 per bottle. - . '-u.Tj:vv, mi2 FITTERS. (X. .Mai;e, not m. Drink.) ro ;r.iixi ' nors, nt c ::r. .vamiuakk, . Axn-rn rrarr Rkt ManirMi.QraU un or ai l. uTHBH Iti rrsus. TIIKY CUBE All Ularascaof the Stomach, ltoarrls. Mood, l.Hrr. KlJiicT. anil I nnair oixiui. Nrr t txiaueaa. r : r :: -rr-1 v t: -peclail f eiuaie ompiaiau. 31000 IN GOLD. Will be paid for a case they will net rare or iiclp, c. for aayttiluK luiuure or Injurious murrs and try eikr. Ail: yon r drnfri'i or imi im Uicm fore u alcp. Take D I. C. It an absolute and irresistible rare for lruaxeaaM, use ut opiuui, uua4:C4t and narcotics. Six fo Cotcrtam. All abo hU ay dTwr M. Biiun airr. KKMr. h. Tf..m T at. Oat. NOTICE. c liUiiial mtu, ..ovt thaHAicJ.K 1, tAimqg iiH services, as um rciunn lilUl ; iiilVe UO uuuki nmrmm wi-nm.- iiu. bllClf It tnly bxk" N MONDAY, THE 1st DAY of Uay, inn-' at th door of tl Court IIou in Mtrrmtoiru, TounMne, within l-Kal hours, 1 Kill I'tter at public sale, to the highest bidder, and st-11 tUe same for raalt iu baatl, all I lie right, title, lalm or iutereat that T. ti. Johnson haa In or to a l -t rf V aw-ree ol land, aituate within the corpor ate hnill of Morrintowo, on the south aide of the r'4at Trut'NM, VirKiula aud OVoripa railrotd, and whI oi Cai HoU-1 ; bounded and adjoining the i of Mra. Narcie Own, and in front hy tit Hue of the railroad, bring the asuia lot con--jM I11T. II J ihnuby W D. Oamraou and J I. Krm, on the 16th of inly, 1MT7, by de d n-yiitfrxd in Uamblea runnty book noniber 2, t ic.in DA, V,, to which rt-ftirruce ia hrre made for a hi. ne aorurat dterlitta of aald lot f lot V bu-B I it of land la It-vlr.l on to satifify an fiwn tinn a my hands iaaned fmmtke Chanrerr Conrt ct llamtnen eonuty, la theeaee of I.. eper tnd F.. B. RaojldT, admr. of Cassell RiK, dre'd, xn. i. l. Itehy and othr, and will be atU na lis.4 the di-U and owt are paid. , This ITU. day of Maruli, Ami. - - - . -W. H. MAZE, Sheriff of lUml.len Cjunty. . turh w pra fee . - . . ;..' Hosiery, Gloves, Collarettes, ltncy (tooth of-All hind. CARPETS, RUGS Curtain Goods, Cornices, dY Carpets math: and laid. Lambrequins and Cornices made and put vp. (JENTS AND BOYS' FURNISHING GOODS, Shirts, Slicks, Suspenders, Cra-tats, HandkerchieCs, W hite and Red Merino Underwear . Ladies and Clilldrens' Ulerinti Underwear. Best "Anker" Baiting Cloths. An iinincuKC stock at the i.owesl Pricea. DresRniakinpr Department in the stnre under the charge of Mrs. Hanson, an experienced London and Xrif York dressmaker. Orders by mail promptly attended to. ALVIJf BA1ITOX, Oay St , Knoxville. Tenu, Jan2S, '80. lie It J SI fl URGE ST The Best Portable Saw 31 THE WORLD. ' Mill in the United States. The Only All Hew -Dealers in- Dry Goois, Groceries, Boo SHOES, HATS, &c. r IHITM'i BioSt AMD DEALERS IN Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Window Glass, Lamps. Clocks: Books: Stationery, Family Oroceriet, Patent Medicines, Pcrftimejy and Ftne Toilet Article in Gre-it Variety, t I'hyaician's prescriptioDa carefully preriared. mchSOCm Opposite lii nest & Briscoe, 3I0KRIST0WN, TENN. Use Lawrence & Hartinc (o) 1 SSkl- TIV 1PTYJ OROAVR, ii Rtfrr 10 - eeds a A A oM 1). inanos f!J5 mui VK hmr ii-.,.-:r iMducemenU Kcady. Write or ct, tr at&ATXaVVsatMBfttWf N,, aldaogltdy r.iuniA cori3UMrnon, oiseasei MISflH OFCOLU CoNSUMP-IION in lu Incipient and adTaaced 1 for COUGHS. COLOS SORE THHOAT BRONCHITIS. ASTHMA. PHEV r.iuniA coiaSUKiPTiOH. Disease or t mii oat. chest and lunus. has always been one or the most important weapon wielded by the MEDICAL FACULTY, wrainst the encroachments of COUGHS.COLDS, li IVPIJ ITU 1QTUUI CADI? TtaPAiT inient and adTAnced atatrea. and all disease of the THROAT.C11EST and LUNGS, but It haa ne-er been o adTsntageoasiy compounded as in the TOLl', KOCK and aie. iu loouuDg liaisanio properties aflora a oiuusive stimulant and tonic to uuua up me ystem after tne cough has been relieved. Quart size bottles, Frice $l.oa . mfm P 1 ? Do not be deceived by dealers who try to palm off Bock and Eye VHU 1 lUiJii in place of our TO LTJ.KOC K AN I) KVK. which is the ONLY klEDICAlEIi article tiie ircnulne has a Private Die Proprietary Stamp on each bottle, which permits it to be feHld by IlrnctUU, Growers a.at lealera Everrwhcre, - The TGLU, HOCK AffD BYE CO., Prppristcrs, 41 River St.. Chlcsgo, Hi. 60 CD -3 LU o IS o CeO CO c 'Z CO O T3 cS tz liss o -a 03 era -a o & a. 3 tt) CD CO O cu CO r" 1 g3 CO j - o CD 3 CD 1 0-4- CO Tie AGITATOR THRESHER te lo'Snnuttt Coiptilor! S500 in Gold For feited if it Chokes in any kind of Grain. Write for Circulars to MORRISTOWN, TENN, apr 5 Hi-6m Jag. W. Fletiher. W. I. Brazelton Ilprbert W. Hall, . FLETCHER, HALL & BRAZELTON, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Notions, White Goods, Jeans and Cottonadesf KNOXVILLE, TENN. THE BEST LIGHTED ROOMS IN THE SOUTH. NEW MODS FOR THE SPRING TRADE. EVERY MERCHANT SHOULD SEE OUR STOCK AND PRICES. Respectfully, FLETCHER, HALL & BRAZELTON. D P. EOWR w . S. AL1L0XST. Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers and Dealers in Stoves, Tinware, Pressed-ware, Furnishing Goods. Tt"T' vrtSTTAfis eH-Gfi1- . :- If ! ffl F- ' M it H', I - av-.-Jb . A FULL LINE OP SKelf '- -Hardware. Keep always cu. hand a complete Stock of Carpenter's Tools, Files, Sic Heavy Hardware, Iron, IVails, ISorso Shoes, Ax s, MuttockFicks, Shovels 'ForfiS.J'iow Steel. &c. Agouts for. the Celebrated Chattanooga Chilled Plmvs, AND BRPAIES FOR SAME. . ' i's" IT tr Jio. 7 Step Stoves complete for $12 00 cash. A large stock of FARMER COOK HTOVE3 on hand, with new an? late improvements. Xona of thasa Stoves Kenulne unless our name is on the hearth plate, GARDEN TOOLM of all kinds. Field Hoes, Grain Blades, Scythe Blades, fce. Come And examlB tkelarc-st strK-k of the kind between Knoxvllleand liristul. ItooJlllK tllltlGut terlnur 11 (-lelal t y. 1 I UC'-liit 1C !N 'A'tr 3 orristown, I?&13lxx "TT" ltnlers liritl OoiiTiiiision II?iclsiii in IIAl - AfD PRQViSlONSii : 17 "-ami It) KKNNKSAW ULOCh, F0H81TU ST..KETV ' A GREAT- CAUSE OF HUMAN H1SEET . - Is the liOss of PO R ALL KIN DS OF ffain mid iainmciitttl Printing LeavoTour Orders at tbo Gazettl Office. , Jv. - Tn. turir.nthe'NJtura.TreAlniant. and Badi- ral Cure of iivtuiual Weakoeaa, or S prrmatorrbtan, ludad by Self-Abiixe, luvoluutary Kiniasioaav niK-t'iwV. Nervoua leltity, and liDpetltinanUtw ti MarriK generally ; uuuijliou, t.piXpmj, Mid Vltts; Alt-ual and Ihynteal Ineapaoiir, Ac. y ; Hobt. J. CviVEiiffpLt, M. !., author of tkt . tirtvu lK'k," to. 1 Tlx world-renoaued author, iu this adiuiraUla I-tnre clearly jiroves frtau his wb xjereBe : that the awful ooi.r.cjpiencs of s!f-Abuca may b . ett"wt!il!y removed without d&njrerout surgluU i He ratiiHiH, Ixiugles, iitstruuirntK, rins, or err- dial ; iiintiiiK ut a mode of cwra at ouce ear. Main &n ctfeetnal, by which erery adrer, as 1 liiutter what his condition tuay be, nuiy cure tttaa. t frlf i heauly, privately and radically. -- I if Thin intre will irjva boon to thonsanda ' aud IhoiiMaujs. t v tuMit under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad- drens. H.8t-paid, ia receipt Of sit cant r ttr - , j-'OSiage stauiim. Addresa, r t "41 AnESUNwTotk K. T ; Post 0?Bo X f ,-rtttH58I..l " ' The ulTerwell "iUedleal Co ,i 1 "Skv:2jr-