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THEMOflRISTOWN GAZETTE, A P It I, Ll 2 ,.,.1 882.
New Advertisements. : K t C0MIV.ISS 0 1 L. 1, WHOLESALE N MERGHANT Warehouse, old Virginia Depot, on Tin. track, J'( , KXOXYILLE, T 12 X X 12 S S 12 12 . Sol:, it Consignments cf eU kinds c Produce, such M lL"?LCorn' 0ats' F,our Bran Bacon, Lard, Hay Drie.l Fruit, Feathers, Flaxseed, Beestcar, Butter, fr. 1 lo attend u the shipment of Lumber, Loga, e., to Ee'ter:; ciths and oake collections for Sam. u...u .r. "r.uo-. ln r,,r, , m prepared to do a Slorro bnMncss without npuiM ' " 7 Ti j . . ." ' , " "uroce id in DiuiDnw, ami ran, with confidence, bkv"M :lm t'hartjce as low m inr rt sponadile bona 0-AXIT HOUSE, I - .r --c -.- ...- - ry !...-: r 1 - - I m . U- " , - " . ;f;"-; V:. 1. . jrV --i Depot. k M, Commaaioiis, First-Class Hot UN'. sl ! ' :', Miiura! WiM '' :r:.: Sj..riu, X. :t.;.. Tit T, G, C.4IS, FRO. nosvil!e Foundrj and Machine Co., ' i' i fj Zj i; , I OGAN. KKLLKV & CO. M VNCf ACTL'iCKU.i OF ILL ; GEAEINCt OF EV2SRY DESCRIPTION i . Circular Saw Alills, .'.team Engines Built and Repaired 'i )I.!.o;v.vai:l a si'i ciA.'n. and s in: :rFsr , t. i'-s l JiADK IN 1 l.K sou m. " ronts.ana Cfraleja of Hill Pious r.nd llo;- Ci.stin Hi it. all r"ot. Arm., There is abtmdaut evidence that tL.a vmoant of rater on tlie enrfaoo of tha earth has been steaJilj diminishing for many thousands of years. No one doubta that there was a time when the Caspian sea oommnnicated with the Black sea, and when the Mediterranean covered the greater part of the Desert of Sahara, In fact, geologists tell us that at one period the whole of the earth was covered by water, and the fact that con tinents of dry land now exist is proof that there is less water on our globe now than there was in its infancy. This dim inution of our supply of water is going on at the present day at a rate so rapid as to be clearly appreciable. The rivers and smaller streams of our Atlanta States are visibly smaller than they were twenty-five years ago. Country brooks in which men now living were accus tomed to fish and bathe in their boy hood have in many coses totally disap peared, not through any act of man, but solely in consequenco of the failure of the springs and brooks which once fed them. The level of the great lakes is falling year by year. There are many piers on the shores of lakeside cities which vessels one approached with ease, bnt which now hardly reach to the edge of the water. Harbors are everywhere growing shallower. .Thisisnot due to the gradual deposit of earth brought down by rivers or of refuse from city sewers. The harbor of Toronto has grown shallow in spite of the fact that it has been dredged out so that the bottom rock has been reached, and all the dredg ing that can be done to the harbor of New Tork will not permanently deepen it. The growing shallowness of the Hudson is more evident above Albany than it is in the tide-water region, and. like the outlet of Lake Champkin, which was once navigable by Indian canoes at all seasons, the Upper Hudson is now almost bare of water in-many places during the summer. In all other parts of the world there is the same steady decrease of wa ter in rivers and lakes, and the rainfall in Europe, where scientifio observations are made, is manifestly less than it was &t a period within man's memory. "What is becoming of the water ? Ob viously it is not disappearing through evaporation, for in that case rains would give back whatever water the atmos- i i . puere migm aosoro. we must ac cept the theory that, like the water of the moon, our water ia sinking into the earth's interior. New York Times. .h tft . I tntUuiina Gruts, ll't'mlow Sills. SuJi Coallntjs 'jHtuTaily. iff titjt-t ag ext For: 1 HE HHS. PJAi AttUlOX AT 11IK SOZDIEJtV BAZAAR. It was at a distinguished party, called by the ladies in aid of the Soldiers' Ba zaar, that Mrs. Turlington found her- 1 1 1 I xuniDgiou iouna ner- MiJipso Uoiiole Turbine Wnf op-Wlmoi MweU M she for the crowd. CV1 ' 11 t- tyAf There was much said in support of the ,?r 'j'" "raters, and Jud.son's Stand. SiiilH ti'a Mi? at object, and i - t'i 'f t if rr i1j.-Hr4iim m.b.IaI ....i ..... Vc I.U nib.Tlij' iTiVn. ., LlV!d F rr. -perl, .nd wU M j. H l I.l'.Vi;. W. J. 31'XUTT. A. GCEDIC. 51 .CLUNG, POWELL CO "jrr-tr, to Cta, Hi-cii:- : ICo 1 'tttrs iud Den N i- in T DWAKE OAY STItsT Knocrille, support of the a. warm enthusiasm pre vailed, amounting it limes to loud man ifestations of approval. yiute a furore," the President of the meeting remarked to the dame, who sat beside him. "A few roar!" she replied, her srec- t.ick.1 flashing with excitement. "I should call it a good manu roar, and everybody seems willing to exhilarate the movement. How much we owe the soldiers who made sacraments of them selves for us, and laid down their arms nd legs only when the Union was saved I" Very true," responded the President. " find I trust that all are willing to ad mit their indebtedness." "They may be," replied she: "but I ieareu it was something like Mrs. Hite'a eggs and savinar she would be always indebted to me for BE3TAIIKABZB FZOJT FB02Z JUT OIZ WELZ. Any one familiar with the heavy oil developments knows that a goodly part of the drilling is done on the hill known as the " Point," near Franklin. It rises from the tank of the French creek in a very abrupt manner. Philip Grossman's brewery is situated at the foot of South Park street, on the west side of the creek. His beer vault is on the othar side. " It is an immense vault, blasted out of solid rock, and penetrates into the hillside nearly 100 feet. In this is stored large quantities of lager beer. The casks that hold the beer contain on an average about ten barrels each. One cask in tho rear end of the vault is used as a supply cask. Au the others are connected with this one by pipes, and the supply cask, being sunken, is al ways kept full of beer. The hill at this place is so steep that it cannot be as cended. Above this vault, on the hilltop, Bial & Son own a lease. They drilled a num ber of wells on their lease, and they were all profitable. Some time ago they located No. 9 directly over this boer vault. The rig was built and things ran along in the usual manner for about a week. 'When the,' had reached a depth of 490 feet, 200 feet less than where they usually find the sand, the driU struck crevice and dropped away several feet. The tools were withdrawn from the hole and the bailer run. It came up seem ingly full of oil. Bail as they would, they could not exhaust the supply. They decided to tube the well, and were ordered to do so by Mr. Bial. The next day the well was tubed without being shot. They commenced to pump it, and it threw the fluid out at a great rate. Noticing something queer about the oil, one of the men tasted it. He found it so good that he put his Hps to the pipe and took long gulps of the delicious stuf& First one and then another drank. They becamo what is known as drunk. The owners visited the well, drank, and were overcome. Operators came to see it, drank, and were overcome. The people of the town who had heard of it went up the hill, drank, and were over come. Little by little they came to realize what they had been drinking. One man was found in the crowd who had tasted beer before. He affirmed that it was beer, but they laughed at him. How would this Rip Van Winkle elixir get into the bowels of the earth? At last they decided to call in undoubted au thority on the beer question, and sent for Philip Grossman. Grossman came. Ho tasted it once, twice, and then he tore his hair. Is it beer ?" they asked. "Beer? Yes; it's mein own make. Mein Gott in Himmcll, you are pump ing mein beer vault dry." Such was the fact, and the way that well was shut down was a caution. They visited the vault and found it to be so. Three f tho large casks were empty. Oil City Derrick. - TUB S3A.TriTT TODBE. Andrew Jackson, a colored" man ot high standing in the church, was arrest ed on a charge of ' assault and si battery. xhe facts were so strong that Jackson was advised by a lawyer to play insane. When the case came np before a Justice of the Peace Jackson entered with a piece of hoops kirt in his mouth. ".What are you chowingthat thing for ?" demanded the Justice. "Case I'se a goat, sah. I chaws dia like yourself would chaw'de ham strings ob a witch in de land of Canaan." "Are you guilty of the charge of as sault with intent to kill?" asked the Jastioe, regarding the prisoner curi ously. "I'se guilty ob knockia do lrft horn offon de debil, sah. I'se got de horn in my pocket I'se not a Iamb, I'se a goat wid powerful appetite fur buttin'." Tho witness detailed the manner of assault; that Jackson attacked Daniel Webster with a knife. He had never before exhibited signs of insanity, but was, among the colored people, regarded as a man of fine sense and superior edu cation. "Jedge," exclaimed the prisoner. " dese people don't know a 'spectable crazy man when dey see him. I'se de crazies' man I eber seed in my life. I'se so insane dat it makes me sick at de stomach. What must I do now ?" whis pered the prisoner, leaning over to his awyer. "111 act as your adviser," exclaimed the Justice. "You can go to jail." Little Rock Gazette. ILXQZISZX A.ND FOREIGN SONO-BXHDS. The English birds are more domes tie and familiar than ours ; more directly and intimately associated with man ; not, as a class, so withdrawn and lost in the great void of the wild and unre claimed. TUB ORB AT WALL OF CUIKA. The great wall of China was built by Che Hwhng-te, who has been named ' the Universal Emperor." This ruler made many improvements, - building roads, forming canals, and erecting numerous handsome publio buildings throughout his domains, as well as sub duing his enemies, who were threaten ing him, and putting down several for midable rebellions. " When he had strengthened himself and his empire, he discovered that the northern states of Thsin Chaou and Yen were building lines of fortification along their northern frontier for protection against the incur sions of the neung-noo, and then he conceived the idea of building one great wall, which was to stretch across the entire northern limit of the vast empire from the sea to the farthest western cor ner of the northern province of Kan- suh. The year 214 before Christ wit nessed the beginning of the work, which was under the immediate supervision of the Emperor. It was pushed forward very vigorously, but he died before its completion. It is pronounced by some as the most gigantio work of defense ever erected by man. In some places it is a simple rampart, in others a solid foundation of granite, while the eastern section has a height of fifteen to twenty feet, and a breadth such that six horse men may ride abreast upon it At various distances there are towers of brick about forty feet in height. It is stated that; with its windings, it is from 1,200 te 1,500 miles in length. ITE3IS OF INTEREST. an Two million barrels of salt are nually exported from Michigan. Ths flesh of the manatus or sea cow is used for food and resembles beef. Thb fruit exports of America have in creased a hundredfold in five years. It has been calculated that a single cat will devour twenty mice in one day. It is estimated that a quarter of a billion pounds of tea are used every year. In Liverpool, the only publio eleva tors are those in the grain docks at Liverpool. Gallants of the Court of Louis XIV. pulverized diamonds, to. prove their lav ih niagnifioenc. Thb animals of the opposite sides of the Pacific Ocean are. entirely unlike, ; no species being common to both sides, i V L Jl ... jxanthxjs, . i no mstorian, says that a man killed by a dragon will be restored to. life by an herb which he calls balin. The Ojibways pulled down the house in which any one had died, and chose another place to live in as far off as pos- eioie. In Great Biita'u there are three sheep on every four acres of cultivated land: in the United States there is but one bheep - 4 t 1 on imriy-iour acres. On tub Laramie Plains of the Rocky Mountains there are. at an elevation cf 6.C00 to 7,000 feet, fresh and abundant pastures, often well watered. IwsiCTS are proportionately stroneer thau animals. A cockchafer can draw load fourteen times greater than his body; a bee twenty times; an ant thirty tunes. Spiders have been seen as small as a grain cf sand, and these spin a thread so hne that it takes four thousand of them put together to equal in size a single uair. Pcmice dust, ejected from volcanoes. sometimes floats out upon the ocean and maics so thick an accumulation that boats find it difnault to forco their wav ..... tnrougu it. The digestive process of a moequito's stomach is so slowly peiformed that when the ii.sojt las dined on a human being it 'continues forty-eight hours to exuiuic Diooa corpuscles. "L'Empiru Tsars," M. Antois LEEOT-BEAtn-rsr, says that the weight of a woman's brain in Slavonio races 13 greater than that of a man's, while among the Germanic people the brain weight of the ses.es la equal. . Genehal patent laws have been lately passeil and promulgated in Turkey and Liberia, ia which countries inventors may now, for the first time, secure their new inventions. The Turkish patent law is substantially a copy of the French and uerman sjBtems. The simple decoction of onion peel is said to 1 roduco upon glove Jeataer an orange-yeliow superior ia lustre to any other. . It is also said to bo suitable for mixing with light bark shades, especially willow bark, and as a yellow for modulat ing browns. Tho onion dye is said to fix itself readily, even upon leathers which resist colors, and colors them well and evenly. ike norse is capable of exerting a stress of only sixty-seven per cent, of his own weight in nis daily woi-k. The ox about Beventy ; the mule seventy-five ; the ass eighty ; the goat can draw more than his own weight : the lion has been known to drag a slain ox a considerable distance. A fox gallops away with the largest goose at a rapid pace. Monkeys are wonderfully strong for their size. A turtle has been known to move with a man standing on his back six times its weight PUBLIC SALE OP THE J0I111 Lafitej Fan ti e;v Sash, Door and Blind .1 .KVtV 1 tcy. S. J. SCIXENSAGEK HARVEY LOOP iv;n u rAUiuij :;i:s OF DOORS and J AW -ha.t iUMi I Iyrii!2. Ceiling. c if Iirr-T,nir.i:.i - Mi...4 .trs., .tc, NikkI Turning o? Kyery lJicriliou. Filhd and Satisfaction Guaranteed. 1 ai concentrated all the waste land, the barren stretches, tho wildernesses left out. The birds are brought near to gether and near to man. Wood birds here are house and garden birds there. They find good pasturage and protection everywhere. A land of parks, and gar dens, and hedge-rows, and game pre- them H9 dlA troa 9. h -t, 1 I tFM OT1.1 n ol-mo fn f .- L lj I w i, ivt duo uever paid 1 uuu nwcut IGlllieSSeG. embock-" I extremes what a stage for the birds. Ihe President looked a little annovod. I to enhancing the effect of their Soon there came another shout I hg8 1 How prolific they are, how Don't vou think." that I abundant! II our soncsters were linn fax! I'tlCtOryin fjlOrristGlVn. toe8e"hould have been per- 411(5 trapped, by bird-fanciers and others, iiuicu wuen mo war was over, and not I " ars-, ana goia-nnch, and mavis. left tho women to do what was incum- et. a in England, the race would joux w. loop, bered on tho men ?" I soon become oxtinot Then, as a rnlo Perhaps," replied her interlocutor, it is probably true that the Britiah birds. "but better late than never." as a claes, have more voice than ours "It came nigh being too late," said tave certain qualities that make their sue, "with tho poor legless heroes run ning to their long home through apoor housogato; but, thank Heaven, some wiu have a comfortable home to go to, after this, whero they can smoke the calumny of peace, without even a tax collector to make 'em afraid." She was wearying, but she meant well. FOZA.R FXPZORATIOirs. For many years explorers have mad j3gland is like a continent attempts to penetrate to the far North t 3 11 . I 1 .. il seeding tne open A'olar sea, '- W;W. WOODRUFF.;: W. E. G1BB1NSJ W:W. WOODEUFP & Co., C07Ho?vin Tennessee, O0I 9 3 !(!.... 9 &xzz; nails, Eor.SE snots, I&ON, STEEL, &c 1 OliTer's Chilled Plows," Eit era's Circular Saw3, Halting arc! Packing, Hall's Fire Proof Safes. XLsHre&d Contractors' Supplier, Kew Howe Sewing ItlacMiie ria:rona and Stock Scales, h03nttkers', Saddlers', Locksmiths. Wagon Hakeri'j And Tanners' Sapplies, DUPONT'S TilVLZ ,.i;: LAS TIN Q POWDEE. r.TTill cheerfully r;.- --.-. . 2122 it & pleasure to - - - -r r -" -v ' liters cf innnirr. cossftl' iv- M-t;cr., whether sales toUff& lie Had No Fun in Him. One of tho members of the Methodist Conference held in Detroit was out for a walk at an early hour one morning, and encountered a strapping big fellow, who was drawing a wagon to a black smith shop. "Catch hold here and help me down to tho shop with this wagon, and I'll buy the whisky," called tho big fellow. " I never drink," solemnly replied the good man. " Well, you can take a cigar." "I never smoke." The man dropped the wacren-tonsue. looked hard at tho member, and asked : "Don't you chew?" " No, sir," was the decided reply. "You must get mighty lonesome, mused the teamster. "I guess I'm all right I feel first rate." " 111 bet you even that I can lay you on your back," remarked the teamster. "I never bet," replied the clergyman. "Come, now, let's warm up a little." "I am in a hurry." " Well, lets take each other down for fun, then. You are as big as I am, and songs more striking and conspicuous, such as greater vivacity and strength. They are less bright in plumage, but more animated in voice. ; They are not so recently out of the woods, and their strains have not that elusiveness and plaintiveness that ours have. They sing with more confidence and copiousness, and as if they, too, had been touched by civilization. Then they sing more hours in the day. and more days in the year. This is owing tothe milder and more eqaable climate. I heard the sky-lark singing above the South Downs in October, ap parently with full spring fervor and de light Tho wren, the robin and the wood-lark sing throughout the winter, and in midsummer thera are mrhim X three times as many vocal throats as here. The heat and blaze of our midsum mer sun silence most of our birds. On the other hand, there are certain aspects in which our songsters appear to advantage. That they surpass the European species in sweetness, tender ness and melody I have no doubt, and that our mocking-bird, in his native haunts in the South, surpasses any bird in the world in compass, variety and ex ecution is highly probable. That the to tal effect of his strain may be less winning and persuasive than the nocturne of the which was believed to exist, and endeavoring1 to penetrate to the North pole. In 1850 au Arctic expedition was fitted out by iieniy jrnnneu, 01 new York, with Lieut E. J. DeHaven as commander and Dr. Elisha Kent Kane as naturalist and Burgeon. This is classed as the first United States expedition of search it returned in 1851 without findiag trace of jeraniiin. nr. Kane m 1833 sailed from Boston in tho Advance, with a company of seventeen men, among vrncm was nr. iiayes; they encoun terea many dangers, and returned, to Boston, where they arrived Oct. 11, 1855. On May 29, 18G0, the first expedition o unaries irancis Hail sailed from Xew London, Ct, to search for Franklin, returned without finding any traco of that navigator, after an absence of two years. Dr. Hayes sailed from "Bos ton, July 9, 18C0, in the schooner Unit ed States, of 133 tonswith fourteen per sons in the party, not including lim self ; he reached land in latitude 8Ldeg 37 ruin. , Hall - started from INew Lon don, Ct, on his second trip, July 30, 1864, and returned in 18C9; and again he fitted out an expedition by -a 'Con gressional appropriation, and - went north to find the open Polar sea, but he died in Greenland, Nov. 8, 1871 ; his vessel was tho Polaris, which sailed from J aw lork Juno 29, 1871. On July 8, 1879, the steamer Jeanne tte was fitted out at San Francisco by James Gordon Bennett, for an Arctic trip through Behring's straits, the crew numbering thirty-two men. On June 19, 1878, Lieut Fred Sowhatka, with a party of five, left Jew York in search of the remains of the Franklin party, which were found, and the party returned after an absence of over two years. A prop- -osition has been made by a prominent and aventurous English naval officer to go north as far as possible by vessel and sledges, and take balloons and with them seek the North pole, f ; A Horrible Tragedy and its Sequel. I cannot close this letter without chronicling a tragic event which took place recently. . It was on the northern frontiers of this , empire, overagainst Saxony : the scene, an inn : time, even ing. Many old customers cf the place were cssembled in the snug room, with its time-polished tables, its tail-tiled stove, its amazing pictures of saints and angels. Uoer enough to float an iron clad, wine enough to intoxicate a conti nent, had been served out in that place since its first dedication to Bacchus two centuries ago. To-night the worship of of the wine-crowned deity was proceeding as merrily as usuaL and the air was inicjt witn tobacco smoke, when a man with a sleepinK child in his arms slouched in and sat down in a corner. He drank a glass or two of beer, while the child, a golden-haired little fellow of about five, rested his head on the table and went on with his nap. .The iolly topers soon forgot all about the stranger, who after a while desired to be shown to his room, as he wished to put his son to bed. .But soon an angry dispute was heard without at the foot of the stairs. the father using shocking language, the child whining piteously : , " Father, father, you know-1 have been unable to go up stairs by myself ever since I broke my leg." "isonsenso,' exclaimed the man menacingly, "you can get up very well u you choose, and. besides, you have only yourself to thank for your broken leg up you go or I will beat you black and blue, and he administered a crud blow to the cripple. Several of the gueBta had come out into the passage, and now remonstrated vehemently with the brutal father. "Is that your child, you monster?" asked one. rpiIIS LARGE AND YALTJA JUL. Ue farm is eitnate in Grainger county 1! Tun., aboat two milc from Bean's Station, on th main road leading from that pl&c9 to Morris town. It waa sometime since purchased Jointly br Joseph Hoffmaster, 8amuel GUI and James T Shields Samuel Gill hat recently cool-eyed his interest to William D. Gammon, nr tbwst, with power to ell the same for payment of debts. Joseph Hoffmanter and JTamen T. Shields hare agreed with William D. Gammon, Trustee as aforesnid, to join with him it. a public Bale of the property. The lands of Samuel Gill, -well known as the Gill Farm, lying adjoining Bean's Station on the Wet.t, are now advertised by William 8. Shields, Aiiwicvy tv vv sum it puuiic sale, on MAY 10, .1882, 12 M., ON The Premises. At the taiJ time and place, and immediately upon the clonic of the biddings at that Bale, we will of fer at public sale, and sell to the highest bidder moTOit, ujs eaia donn iiHerty barm iurjwiiioe made on a ind t r mu 4 with interest from day of sale, payment to be ee " jm personal security, and a lien The farm ia under leaiie for r.Mnnt hut arrangement can be made with the lessee for the surrender of fieida as crops are removod, and to enter without inquiry for the purpose of rrn.lt- ijjk iiuprcvezaenis or preparing lor next year's 11 llii farm contains about six hnndred mul enty-four acres, and is a verv valuahta nmiuiriv Thei e are upon it a good dwelling, a good stable uu ifnva earn, water is aoundant. The soil ii good, anl susceptible of indefinite improvement. It is situated in the midst of &ttnuMva ings, as to which we refer to the advertisement of W. S. Shields of the Gill Farm. Although this farm was purchased for the pur- jw-j w ocwuruig a urge maeoteoness, ana not with a view to a permanent investment, it would not be sold at present, bat held for the benefit of me ercai appreciation in value of lands lying ad jacent to Bean's Station, now in progress, and which will soon be greaUy accelerated, were it v ucwMiiy ui Beuzng oil ft snare. " c varuwuy requeac perecms OifipOftea to puiv cliase to giv the property thorough pmocul ex amiuAtian prerioua to the day of sale. farther information eau obtained on applica- Wm. I. GAMMON, Trustee, &c. JOSEI'H HOFFMASTER, JAMES T. SniEI.DS. March 23, 1882. mar. 29 tds. . ETEltX YOUKG MAN DESIRING A BUSINESS EDUCATION . SHOULD REMEMBER THAT iESS COLLEGES. Of KNOXVILLE and NASHVILLE, Have the approval of Business Mon generally. From Aug. 1, ISSl.toDcc. 1, 1SS1, TWENTY-FIVE PuMic Trustee's Sale OF THE GILL LANDS, A ear Bcan't Station the Tate Smina and Mineral ttM uratneer Uounty, E. 2'ennessee, Wa;,l;l gJAMUEL GILL HAVING, ON rC7 Dec. 23, 1880. conveyed to me in fee. with covenants or seizin and central warrant v. t tbust, to secure tne paymeut of certain liabilities, with a iiower to sell for that uuruose if thn r. wore net within one year paid by him, his well kuewn large and valuable real estate, imitate in the Bean's Station Valley, Grainger county, East Tennessee, adjoinina the Bain's Static eral Hill properties, and iu proximity to The Tate EpFOci Spricg, as fully and at large appears on the face of the" said conveyance, dnlv rinriatnrsri in the Register's office of Grainier couutv. iu R,k of Trusts, No, 2, p. p. 1H1, kx seq, to which refer- vik 10 uitb .uaue: And the said Samuel Gill havinc filt rHi,; the tin;s aforesaid to pay tbe suid liabilities; and I beiiig lawfully reouired so to do. will execute Uie eakl trust, On May 10, 1882, at 12 m., . OH , The Premises, By SrJling tho said Jauds to the highest bidder tberefur, on a credit of one oar. witn intprni from d ly of sale, requiring from the purchaser a ucto with approved personal soor.rity, and express ly retaining a lien ca the lirorertv as further .vn. rny lor uie payment pi tne purchase money There is not now for eele n East Tennessee an other landed estate corabiuing so much intrinsic value vitli as many advantageous and desirable surrounding and incidental attractions. It is at once a aiost valuable iium and au elegant cocntrv seat. The soil is fertile; much of tho surface for", nation ia nearly level, and the remainder so grtt ly undulatJ'iR tiiat all kinds of agricultural innlv ments can be em.loyf d r.ion it; the water supply is of thp best .-j'laLty, never fuiling and well dis tributed, with perfe. draicae, and the timber re sourrs practicably it'.exhuatii;le. Upon it. most ueu i.uuiij u cunicY snuaieu, wica me ueptn Jev ts and attachments that uae, convenience and taste lequLe, is a largo and comaiodiona fcrlcV uianniou. It liesia the heart of the Umui's Station Vuiiey, within easy access to ths Ji. T., Va. i: Ga. It 11 , and through which. B'.mt and Wnt and across which, North aud houlh, two grent lines f railway, intersectir.g at Beau's Station, wt u n i v. v. v.. .i i. . 4U .no ii ivr iuture. One of ti-eire, from Worristown to Cumlterlsna Gap, has been surveyed, and a contract for tbe executi m ot the work made, to bo ocmmenccil in May. Tbe (treat common road leading ltoin Kucxvillo t j Virginia passes through ths farm, ardits Eastiru honudary is wMhiii a few hunlred yards of the aueimit high-way from Kentucky to the CaioJinn There are dai'y mails from and ta thn E T., Va. fr fix. U.K., couucoling st Morris- tflwu, sua tri-wet-k iiw Ef t, Wtfit and i,irth. over the olde t cstubiisht-d lines in tho countrv. an.l within radiuses of three r.iilrs, some of Hhioli sre very near, are tho celebrated watering pl s and Uiec'iomal spriugs wiiich hava contributed . inui h to the widely exteadt d reputation of this valiej', and which attract hither th. usands cf visi tors from all the Southern and from many cf the Northern Ktatos . 'luo lurra ia estimated to contain about thir. tcsti hundred afres, but it will he sold accordluc to ihe fconnduries set forth In tte onveyanoe to m, which can b ensily f-cu ami txuiined ou th prflit.ies. It is lieltMvrd. however, ttat the area f th- laud is as aliove atatrd .- The title cf the niaVer of the coaveyauce to ine is blie-t 1 1 la perfect so iu its enuexction. ad ci.ruien to ifie ;aisr ruu more valuable part of it. hy poi.-carioa jit hiiu, aad his fallier, under wa.Ttu i.e iioii.tt con-muousiy ueiaror cevcuty-nve All p ;on. dtslriii- to invent In real est it e. for snv vl's:t t ft'-t'J' rtqueilel to irive thU property a thoror.h inf;Hcti -a before the day ol ' WILLIAM S. SHIELDS, Trustee, &c. BesnV SiiMau, Tenn , Much irs, 1882. ; luar. ii ids Business Men applied to Goodman's Colleges for Assistants. 7 h number of application from luhine.it men in each kind of business, u asfdlovt : National Bank Railroad Company .... , , ---......... Wholesale Eat and Cap Souse W holesale Dry Ooods and OloUiing House Wholesale Dry Ooods aud Notion House . Wholesale lru Houbs CommiKgioD House ...".1!.." Orainaud Elevator Co.'....'..'."., General "Dry Good .'. . Furnituro ranufacluriu(r Co!....i Paper Bag Maiiufiotviriug Co . Steam Stone and Marble Works Iron aud Holing Mill Co . . Groceries and Provisions " " ' Insurance Companies Architect ' Fruit Nurseries Real Estate Business 1 Total number of applicants in four tnoutlia .... 2S TH ABOVE APPLICATIONS CONSISTED OP FOLLOW ING posn-ioMs to m rinjsu. General Book-keepers j Assistant Book-keepers Individual Book-keeper . i Bill Clerks . i efH :e Assistants ... . I Traveling Salesioun .'. i Cashier. ! 1 as Tho students who arc now filling these positions were from the Stated of Kentucky, Alabama, .Mismasippi, Tennessee and Oaio. Therefore wejwould ask the fo! lowing questions : 1. What other Business Collego can show as many applications mado to them by business men, in tho short space of four months ? 2. " ho is better able to judge of tho qualifications of young men, than tho merchants and businc.?3 men themselves? , 3. What more substantial endorse ment can :ii institution hare, than to receive frequent applications from BUSINESS MEN who wish to em ploy STUDENTS, also when lend ing MERCHANTS and others ,,... chase its stock at a premium? 4. is it not commendable for such an institution to place its advan tages within the reach of j'oiiii.f men in ALL PARTS OP TT! R OUTH, by establishin r at couMtl- erable cost, a chain of such institu tions ? 'a. Is it not better for a school it reler to the numerous applications from business men, than tor it to say '-'we teach the best commercial course in tho South?" - - Goodnmn'B College has No Tiireb Months on Pahtial Course. Honed the success of our Students. Tho Sesfeion for 1382, opens 3Ion day, January 2. For general information, address! FKANK GOO DM AX, Prescient of Goodinan'a Buhium CoUt-ge, Either at Nashville, Tenn., Or Knoxvillk, Tenn. JanlS2m PATEP4TS btair.ed for new in ventions, or for lmprovenn tils ou old uea,for loedicalorothct cum pounds trade- a.-eais. asui juiueuts, Inter. ai.trtf aud !1)ols . i, fe--.i, Appeals, Halts tor lufi iui?eMe nt., and . adiillcaps arising undur the PA1KNT LAWS a promptly attended to. INVENTIONS TH4T e HAVEBiiN 1 11 L J l!iU 1 JjI) still, in most cafes, be pN ented by ns. Brjug opposite the U . 8. Patent JJe pnrtinent, and engaged in Tateut business ei. lu sively, wecan make closer searches, aud sreure Patents more promptly, aud with broader claims than those who ore remote from Waahiurtou. I 1 V H NTfll?Q endnsaiHoiU-iorsketcs) IN CHANCERY. AT . JUbRRIS T0WN, TENN. ). A. & I. Bill. No. SCG. ot! G.iji-by vfl...Vtr. On;; dby and i tbers. .N.TH1S, CAUSE IT APPEAR- ' Jrp f.oir: th? ar.'Ktii.u of the s.uended In St. Louis a man waa fed seven montlis through a holo ia his stomach, and died of a di&easo duo to another cause. r i Of OF) PfifiPf onfunror T THF BEST IN THE KARXET- t it. Fourteen dISerent alae ajid kind Tirt tlmm with Enameled Reservoir. Adapted U ail rcqaireme&ta, and priced to salt ail puracs. LEADING FEATURES: Doubt Wood Doors, rsierit Wood Grste Adjustable Iamper, IctcrtliangeaLle Auto matic EhJf. Broiling Door, Swinging Ilearth PUte, Ewinglng Flae-Stop, BevertJble Ces- Barning Long Cross riccc. Double Short Cesters. Heavy Ring Covers, Illuminated Firr Doors. Nkkd Knobs, Nkkel Panels, cto. Tnequakd la Katerial, la rinlah, and la operation. TH crivn won tliA nnrlAF rir1.1 ! never haTe fun," Bolemnlj replied gmfjaia is me oniy question in my the member. mind about the relative merits of the w eii, i m gom? to tackle you, any- two songsters. Bring our birds toffethflr war. iiere ve go." I .i. i uw" a . The teamster slid up and endeavored v . iguana, to get a backhold, but he had only juat OUP nj wood-bird like the hermit commenced his fun, when he was lifted thrush, the yeery, the winter wren, the clear off the grass and slammed against water wagtail, the many warblers the a U-ee-boxwiUi such force that he gasped eenleL the solitarv viro Xin. f a tidTPii iimfiii iicinrn n mn ,1 Mbh - - i m . ' .. . . ?. oomellrds or the groves and cuda: f .f11 among tne UedoninsraceH ft j t1- - i y . V of are. found, sometimes . among tho and mere would boa burst of soncrin- Mmtr.rrinH An,. tv.,,? exhumed the miniater, picking up boa deed. John Burrovg 7t in tha Century. Circassian; ana, indeed, it may be said vuaii mo cusiom prsvauea at, one ume or another amon every .tribe "and nation. TXOTFCTXOB Jk QAJXST COSTA QI09 Whenever a person -was murdered, tho most excellent as well: aa. simple and J that dnfvi waa imnrvswl nnon th liolf a dozen times before he could catch hi breatli. ' Yiiw tati lrAOn tviT frnm mn ' " The word "vendetta" (vengennce) or. lginated, it is said, in Corsica, where tha practice was formerly general, and still prevails in remote parts of the inland. The custom, one writer remarks grimly, "What's that to you?" waa the an swer. " Yes, oh, yes, he is my father, moaned the boy, as he sat helpless on the stairs, and rocked himself in an agony of tears. . The man became still have belabored his son, had not ono of ! the persons present laid hold of him, ex-1 claiming, "Cease your brutality, or we'll j f etoh the police. " But this only had the effect of throwing the father into a real paroxysm of rage. He drew a knife. and struggled frantically. j "Take care, take care," screamed the boy, "he will rip us all up, same as ha did my poor mother." - ' ; "LitQe fiend," yelled the father, and freeing himself with a 'great effort, he burried the knife in the child's body. The poor little soul Bank down with a - S A A mm . gruaa. a. snout oi indignation came om the others, who rushed at him en maste; but the man, taking his hat oil politely, said with a winning smile: "Gentlemen, we have to do with a wooden child. I am a ventriloquist and no mean one either, as you will admit." A pause of speechless astonishment, dur ing which could have been heard the drormlnc of tho traditional rvm m.rA fliaTi thA raftAm nriooB-xrith nvnlAnrr fJTm "' others in Htld coarl, or tho bsuki wiU be rMIrS SnOOK Wltll prolonged (Mom- taken for confes-ed anj net for hearing ex parte tauguwjr. xne Clever deceiver Was , it s rurt!i'ied ordfred fey the lias- dragfred into the parlor, where. basiilAa lr l!,al tn't v:tI0:,.,,l pi'-wud rr four succes- A1.TKW.-no. 1 . - in win M.irristowa Qaxcite. Muiuiimg luauy mt.ujj.iij lilts in voice, Xnuc March 31, 1K' nt volir il.iiiu . .,..(.. . "f iuo .....uU mmeMio pateutiliility, bib os ohabob, 411 correspondence strtly conndeu- leneralD M. Key, Key. F. n. I'owcr, The 3er. man-American National Bank, to ofil.'iala in the ;. 0io' Di to 8"it"rs I n I Kopresen Utivein ConKrcs; and eHiiecially to our i b,-nta in every State in the Union aud in Canada. Address C. A SNOW & CO., ' Opposite PatentOfflcc, Washincton, D. O. lis Cl-f ';i " ' Ji-wi J ! f ivti.. i il Ir t Acr W It J A M n.ii.Hiri fi'cyor rdJ Jljlrii ''" u.iul .U-irt.U an I mi pieiiieuta; bid, vli'ii n arum ti, tlut tlie d'-ft-ndiiil-, W.u. tht'otMlty, A J. I.it:.w aud J. f. FiiiMiniv nre Tiou-r-Ki'li ids ( f IVu-ii'tiKU-; tlmt Win. H:if.Kl)y in iudfttt'd to the comnhiiii. a::L by seen:. i.t in the snui ot $i73 70; ihut tt t ii b'i f '.'i! siir' inju'.ci 'i wre ioued a praved I r tn c-'.iip rl imil .. i;rii-:;d. d und 'lppk-luriital 1:1 uMi.t Hie oar : mm, j. t,t itoi-e. juiIji?. &e.. .1 irc:i l:n't, ikvJ. wldi h ottaiiinnut has been dn- iv retu. nri :e.ni njxtu I lie- property nf tho aid l-l"..i'tit, rtm ),..)ittiy tjt wftl as debts die lln-cM. ud il t 0-ii..dby lri'Ui bis co-dcfcudaids i r i t nut iu winiptiMiautV said a:i:eiidd and eui ..i ........ i ,, , . ... . ... liriicu ii mi., ii jh mrriorr rarU Dy inc Master tli-. tth.! Kci j dot- MliitH, Waj. 0giHdby, i ,- - . j. mil a. ui i. j. i itnueny appear ueiorr thi' ITj u".pi iJwurt t ;lorritowu, to be held at iiiK uuiir. Mill', on tho 3al JMonday in July next, and maiio aofea?e to r-zUl anienj-vl and sup.do- irui .ri.u;nrm Ruu iujuucuon oil! nied aiaint I t-iurrr, rj.-Lu. Muiidr.iHn. k iiiie.i. ... 1 h r.lHn. K.'.tllltivt .i.-.. .,r.r,.i ' 1: . r . ; 1 iiicui'-uic kwwa jus luiccniu- .fintd utisr M..y.i. u.J (... !, v .ricd n:.d e:K.-cti? ; v.v.-!.i, .iui;.:..j 1 a; i.Vcak.st !l! xk! rmificrKLlln .tri:!H . z..ii sitl StruaA Ksttrrtr Cv:r Ci. .5-n, 1 !inri.i;iiin. t'leci1o'-iw. j O M.:l:u;il. I !. Lnn .. Ijvr .., 1 ..: . i rem i.c v.oii: r.ii: :. vi'i:"5v:i -ii:i- n-.y vil Luxn&r-ll-a or ' - ' " l' " ' I T It wi 1 1 tircly , p-"i. 1 vt.'.Krl khrarnip'rs.Tl IUlmi, i.i.ccscf (i i-.-T r:i,c.t:i.n- T -t.lis, iiWili ?U-jsyH!cm wuii-Mit J t- xk:h:z- f nd$: : . i,.'ta.ld--ir .i i!ni -s . ''xiuprui t- cwiihviut ...rnit::rcif I t o-s ;"-. ;... N V. i.t aejcuia 1 w,rf.(,M'.iKn HVI."IT.':tlJLr.Aa8Uit. replied thai cane. "Boot me if I don't, tcamater. 5 he edired off. "What's he use of lying and saying that you didn't have arjyfon ia you, when you are chuck full of it? You wanted to break my back, didn't you ?" he took much more wine than was good for him, and finally rolled to bed with his pockets full of money, and his mur dered child smiling blandly under his arm. From a Vienna Letter. - mch22 4w JOUX MCKPIIET, C. . M. fGEKTS WANTED Taking Care or the Cefiars. The cedars of Lebanon are now in closed by a heavy wall, and the pick nicking tourists who have been in the habit of building fires out of their twigs and against their trunks and distributing sardine boxes and scraps of paper under their shades will no longer offend travel ers who feel a reverence for these relics IUJB blU.tiXUA.X. The two Sheridans wore supping with Ha DUB nlcht aftftr tliA rtrwrn. ot a nnrinA safe preventives against contracting ; Mybrothor pr. nearest kiEBaian, who forth- when Tom expected to cet into rarlia- It is convenienUy'Tised by. placing a ' n i- : T 7- i ! ? . , V Fs . tho administration of justice became; a pinch of it in each stocking as often as more and more settled social institution. tne custom disappeared, although Corsica still clings to it in its most cruel form, and on that island it plays a most im portant part in social life.--; ' y .-, For the Ihxl Stock of EVTHTWHRRB t sen Ot. 1.1 -.iallU.b. tiUW 32CU.lne vrr luvlil.t. Will klilf tulruf ' Btwliiu:!, w.th lCt. and lOE complete, la m minutes. It wdi a '.no knit a grtat vartelv of tunny-. work for which thers Is alwavt a ready narkst, Seat t fr.r cirrclRr s4 terms to the Twsubly Knit Una; k Jlaolumo Co., 4M Waahlcitua Su Ikjatoa, iUas. jEW RICH DLOOm i nrwiw' trgfut.rm make Ktw Kicll n!oxl, and will completely chaag lha blood ia tltecntiresvstcm In three minths. Anrperson who will take 1 nill each nisrht front 1 b li wu they are changed. Under the direction of the noted Dr. Herring, of Philadel phia, sulphur was used as above, with tho most remarkable success, as a pre ventive of cholera during its terrible of ant in oil v. Itiathemostenb'ghteued pre valence in that city many years since. Waiiufactured by ISAAC A. SHEPPAR9 & CO., D<lmor, ttid. ASS rm IJHX n KAVE & CCi lltfrrmewn TtBise thing tho Tuiks have done for some time tubt, and we have to thank It us tern r&sha for it. A Tennesseb man-had a dog that he would gladly have sold for fiftaea" cents. as well as of nearly all other contagious ' Ani jet ; he paid; S10 fine for walloping diseases. . - i i: r 4- y .""S'"! ,re "I think, father," said he, " that many men who are called great patriots in tho House of Commons are great humbugs. For my own part, if I get into Parlia ment I will pledge myself to no party. but write upon my forehead, in legibl characters, To ba let, " . "And tinder that," said hia fathe, illTB LIQUORS r.i h ON- it . 2- m.ir to rcstoml to sound health, if such a thin ' bo poi-dble. nnt tv mail for 8 letter stamps. .'. A'. JOlixsoS 4 CO., notion, 2tmt Vrirrrfy Jtat,gor, Me. rnClf!t7 FREE TO ALL. Tenn. "AVR ftr Ul-oamwd uj IV. inntiCiibiaiiMf IK 3 htill, Sou, yr tm,iJWtml la. i a. ill- ..f i -'g r ai,d T. U-m-CcS al- , . in Liii.il i? h ii!ir I pini,!r tuvdical ii,t.t l in h'-u.-r 'i.ui.t - rTahi ed. All ise jniaiauvd an rt.rifrutcd and will be I ild at ii.wt-at l fi -v. ut?v 90 dl ly ,i !0 -' tlitti f evul liiit..1 ui 1K. (Mil ..1 4 Ml. FMIM,