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THE MORRISTOWH GAZETTE.
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 18. 18S2.
OK IV. AV . 13. J3VTJG,
FOll COXGKESS :
IIOIIIIKT Is. TAYLOK.
Or CARTER COtSTT.
Col. TLos U.Kceves, as representa
tive of Maj A. II. Ittibone, Laving
declined to rce to a Hal of appoint
ments for joint discussion between tbe
candidates for Congress from the Firit
Congressional District of Tennessee,
and barinj; publifbcd a lit of appoint
ments for Hon. A. II. Pettibone alone,
this is to give notice tba: Hon - It. I..
Tajlor will attend at tbc times an 1
places designated In said list, accepting
a division of time for himself arid
otTering tbe same to all bis competitors:
Stony Crek, Thursday,
Crab Orchard, Friday,
llcmn Creek, Tuesday,
Flag Fond, Friday,
Fowler's O i ore, Thursday,
W. S. DICKSON,
Cl. Dtra. Cong. Ex. Com. 1st Dist
TRIUMPH IN OHIO!
A GREAT .DEMOCRATIC YfCTORY.
The Republican Defeat Crash In:
Fifteen Democratic Cousrrcss
tueu Klected and a IMajorl-
ty on the State Ticket
OUIi NEXT CONURESSHAN AT
ltandolph Cannot Be Hissed
iowi In Cocke County.
lie Administers a Severe Castl
gatlon to the Major.
The flection in Ohio Tuesday of
last week resulted in a Democratic
victory of a magnitude the mos
sanguine could not have anticipated
It 14 not Uheved that the omcial re
turns will materially change the re
suit. If there is nn change it wi
te in an increase of the Democratic
maioritv of 5,000. So far as the
Congressional districts are concern
ed it has been definitely ascertains
that the Democrats have hltecn-
ten more than they have m the
present Congress and the Rcpub
licans have six nine less than they
have in the present Congress, lhi
immense Democratic maioritv of
33,000 is a gain of 39,300 votes
about equal to one-twelfth of the
vote of the State. That this sweep
inir result will have the effect of
quickening the energies of botl
parties in Xcw York, Pennsylvania
atid Indiana, there can be no doubt.
The administration will let loose al
its latent power, but it has tied
Dorsey'i hands, and the example of
his downfall is not cal mated to en
eouraire any other of the unscrupu
ious gang to try their hands at the
corrupt irarue by which Indiana, in
was won for Garfield. This
has not been a good year iorcorrup
tionists and rin esters. In 2cw
York thev have been gibbeted even
by Republican papers, and every
where they are held up to merited
scorn. Folger will not Ik elected
governor of Xew York, nor Beaver
of Pennsylvania. 1 he former rep
resents the mo"t corrupt and un
scrupulous ltohtician that has ever
occupied the White House, and the
latter the mo.t corrupt ring that has
ever saddled it.-elf upon a State o
the American t'nion. If the result
of the election in Ohio means any
thing, it means that the peoplo are
waking up to a sense of the rotten
ncss of the Republican party. It is
PUBLIC SPEAKIXG. j drunken with power and is reckless
Hon. K. L. TajUr will alliens the I ot the great interests committed to
people at the mouth of Richmond Creek, j it. The overwhelming Democratic
Grainier ciuuty, Saturday, November majority in Ohio is the handwriting
4th. and at Lewis's Mill, Monday, Noy.
6 h Hon. A. II. l'cttibonc is cordially
invited to attend.
V. S. Dicksox,
Chairman Dcm. Cong. Ex. Com. First
a r , t Tv
on the wail, ana u tne nemocraiic
loaders will take council not of their
fears, but of tho people whose for
t tines are at stake, we mm see a
Jhinocra' in the White J louse on the
ith of March, 1S3.
Carry the news to Hawkins and
Pottibone that Ohio has gone Demo
cratic by 33,000 majority.
Iol Taylor is making new friends
and supporters at every place where
he addresses a crowd.
All true lovers of lilcrty ami in
dependence should not fail to vote
for flen Bate for Governor and Bob.
Taylor for Congress.
Col. Edwards, of Chattanooga,
who has run twice on the Green
back ticket for Governor of Tennes
see, Las come over to Bate. Col.
Edwards is a sensible man ho
thoroughly appreciates the pleasure
it will be '-for brethren to dwell to
gether in unity."
Fettihone is getting desperate, as
he sees the breakers ahead. But
Pettibone must finally yield, fur as
sure as the comet is seen in the
oast, Bob Taylor, the pcojdVs favor
ite, is going to !e the next man who
will seat himself in the Congression
al chair from this district.
THE MEAXIXG OF IT.
New York Sua, lib.
Would you know the Moaning of
the ttohtical revolution which struck
its hit blow in Ohio three davs ago,
and will Kvveep through Pennsyl
vania and Xew York three weeks
from next Tuesday?
It means these lour things:
I. Reduce the expenses of every
branch of the Federal Government
to a basis of simplicity, economy,
and honesty !
II. Abolish the internal revenue
III. Make the tariff simple and
rational, and jut suHicient to pro
vide for the wants of an honest an
economical .Administration in time
of peace !
IV. No stealing, eitl.rr by the
Administration audits agents, or by
Congress and its employees!
This is the meaning and the pur
jose of this might overturn.
Is the Democracy wise enough
and high-minded enough to execute
this peremptory man date with fideli
ty and courage? We shall fee. The
occasion is great. And we are hsp-
i pv to add, the future is hopeful.
The Democrats have half or more
cf members-elect ol the next House,
and not one of the Democratic
strongholds has spoken yet. It be
gins to look as if the gavel on the
Speaker's desk in the Forty-eighth
Congress would be manipulated by
Our intelligent colored fellow-cit
izen, (. 31. Goodlet, 1-s.q., presents
another card to the public in to- !
day's paper in answer to one re- j
cently published in a journal in thi j
vicinity, purporting to have been ,
No man in Congre from this
District has ever shown hitt'Jf
truer to the int?rets of the people
or more devoted to their service
than Hon. R. L. Taylor. Pcitibonc
has been weighed in the. balance
. i and found wanting. The record
shows that upon every imjortant
issue, when voting at all he was in
direct antagonism the interests of
the people and in sympathy with
the rings and giant tnonojtoW that
arc striving to rule the Government,
lie didn't vote when the bill camo
up for removing tho tax on leaf to
bacco. He voted against removing
Taylor and Pettibone had arrived
from Big Creek tho previous eve
ning, and, at 12 o'clock, Saturday
last, the multitude had left the
streets and assembled around the
stand in the grove east of Academy
Hall. It was, perhaps, the largest
audience that has attended any ap
jointmcnt thus far in the canvass.
We heard the number present esti
mated as high as 1,500, but think
1,200 would bo nearer the figure.
Randolph claimed tho right to bo
heard and when ho entered the
stand and began his speech, the
best of order prevailed and, in fact,
the crowd manifested a deep anxiety
to hear what he had to say. Ho de
nounced Pettibone and his hench
men in a violent and fearless man
ner. Said that ho did not permit
his name to go before tho Green
yillo Convention, because he was
concioas that ho nor no other ns
piiant stood any chance in a con
vention packed, cut and dried,--in
the interest of Pettibone. He
said that money had been freely
used, and that the revenue ring, the
Major's pet hirelings, had traversed
the different counties and resorted
to all sorts of fraud and trickery to
override and defeat the claims of
other aspirants and secure the nomi
nation of their lioss. Bossism had
secured temporary triumph in the
nomination of Pettibone, but had
the will of a majority of the honest
Republicans of tho District been
permitted expression, tho result
would have been different. He pro
duced and read a letter written from
a Cocke county Republican to a
gentleman in Johnson county, the
object of which had been to impeach
the Judge's veracity.
Ho read tho letter aloud and ap
pealed to the audience to bear wit
ness as to whether tho author had
spoken tho truth or been guilty of
willful misrepresentation. At the
conclusion of the letter, he gave the
first letters (?) of the writer's name,
"G. L. Ogden, a man who makes
his meat and bread as Deputy Mar
shall, a position I secured fur him."
The Judge warmed up towards
the conclusion of his remarks, and
there was no mistaking the fact that
there many Randolph men present
and he drew forth their undivided
sympathies. He said ho believed
this was a tree country, and lreeuom
of speech was one of the rights
guaranteed to every citizen. He
had made nine races before the peo-
e and been successful in Cocke
county every time. In all of his
public career he had never been
denied a hearing until recently at
Rogersville, when he had been
hooted, howled at, cursed and black -
uarded, until compelled to leavo
tho stand, by a drunken mob of
Pettibone's satellites acting under
the orders of their master and all
becauftu a a freeman, he had dared
oiler himself as au independent Re
publican candidate lor Congress
against their boss. He said he had
I nuberous ositions of honor
and trust from tho hands of the
eople. He had always when in
oflice endeavored to conduct him
self honestly and eooscientloush.
He had lived long among tho peo-
Ie he was tnen addressing and had
flattered himself that his character
wa fair in his native county.
The leitef above referred to was
filled with abusive slander, stating
among other things that ho was
member of the Baptist church in
bad standing. He nUod Lis own
eoplc who knew him best to say If
hese charges were true, li unureus
of voices from the crowd answered,
no ! and tho npj.!i:j.so was loud and
ong. He withdrew front rice
and left his friends to choose for
ihn;selves between the candidates.
Pcttibotio ;f?wcred under the
dge's seathing rebuui v,' ft'Hj
that it carried conviction home to
tho tibut'M of the better class of Re
)ablicans prsoi;t. Jle made no at
empt t j reply, laylor toHQve'4 m
a brilliant and unanswerable speoeu
of an hour and a quarter. He wua
given the closest attention and the
written bv another colored citizen, i the tax on - trace chains" and many
tioouicii is a practical thinker and
his card is a sensible one.
" RETURNING TO THE FOLD."
GEN. R. H. HOOD
Renounces Bolterism and De
clares for True Democracy!
My Action in Supporting Fus
scll Can Only A id in the Elec
tion of Hawkins."
The above quoted words are from
the lips of Gen. J. N. Hood, late
chairman of the Fussell faction ex
ecutive committee of East Tennes
see. Very manly and thoughtfully
are the words expressed. They
havo a deep meaning, and will
not fail to touch the hearts of all
true Democrats and the lovers of
Democratic principles. Truly do
they indicate that "one by one tho
roses fall;" " the lost is found " ahd
"tho sheep has returned to its fold."
They mean that the Bate Democra
cy, which is the only true Democ
racy now extant in tho State, is
triumphantly marching on to vic
tory and a glorious success. Gen.
Hood has, by withdrawing his sup
port and influence from Mr. Fussell
and his party, exhibited a degree of
patriotism and honor above party
reproach, which should receive tho
hearty applause and admiration of
all the friends of liberty and inde
pendenco. Wo say amen and amen,
to his noble action, only trusting it
may prove the forerunner of future
blessings in restoring harmony and
in bringing back to our ranks those
of our erring brothers who madly
left us only because of a slight dif
ference of opinion. We extend the
right Jflff" of fellowship to the
General, and cordially welcome him
to a seat in his old homo again.
! ussellism is rapidly decaying and
will have diet! out or dwindled to
such small proportions in tho Idc3
of November, that there will not bo
a particle of danger from its evil ef
fects. Hawkins' doom is sealed.
Tho gallant Bate will 6tep in and
take his seat, and Hawkins will step j
down and out and rctiro to tho
shades of private life, there to pon
der over the workings of his unpop
ular and evil administration. Poor
Beasley, we forgot him. But we
suppose that what is left of him af-
thc election will bo carefully
HAWKINS COUNTY DEPARTMENT.
L. L. TOATS, Editob.
There are now one hundred stu
dents in attendance at Mc3Iinn
Academy in Rogersville. Frof. Mc
Spadden is very popular as a. teach
er and is doing remarkably well.
Work on the new Methodist Epis
copal church, on Depot street, in
Rogersville, is progressing finely.
Tho roof is being put on now. Rev.
Mr. Cline is superintending the new
building and occasionally lends a
skillful hand to the workmen.
The voters of Hawkins county are
gcing lo elect Frank M. Fulkerson.
Esq., to reproscnt them in tho next
Tennessee House of Representatives.
Mr. Fulkerson is a first-rate man
and will make an excellent
some fellow to come here and starve
to death trying to run a newspaper.
Who will the "fellow" be? Dr.
Tanner is the onby man we know
of who could start up that enter
prise with a good chance of success.
The comet which shows itself at
dajTight in tho southeastern sky is
magnificent. Those little fellows
that have for a year or two past
been exhibiting themselves n the
northern 6ky were, in comparison,
tho merest humbugs. Just like tho
religion, tho politics and pretty
much everything else furnished
from that direction of late.
For the last threo weeks, while
tho splendid autumn sunshine
golden, soft and glorious was
spreading itself all over the United
States, like a benediction from the
Lord, we thought something was
going to happen. The Dutch jump
ed out of the Republican pen and
carried Ohio Democratic by 35,00Q
majority! Do so again, two years
hence, oh, ye beautiful Dutchmen.
On Monday, tho 9th inst., tho Re
publicans of Hawkins county held
a convention in the Court-house at
Rogersville to nominate for Repro
resentative of the county. AU the
civil districts except four were rep
resented. Five or six persons were
voted for. On tho Cth ballot Gen.
Joseph Rogers of the 2nd district
received the nomination. General
gathe ed up by his greenback , g0" brother of Harvey S.
i. , mi . Rogers who was elected Represen-
iiieuus, niiu win ui.ii u, luc iu- ... .
i i , 1 . i. tative two years ago
mnnu in criw.ii lcir-U- ton font. Khin. 1 " J
plasters, deposit them in a greon
coffin lined with pale, worn-out,
counterfeit greenback five cent
pieces, and that they will be
mournfully conve-ed to tho Stato
capitol and placed in tho museum,
where they will be viewed by the
public as the dead champion of
greenbackism in Tennessee. But
this is Gen. Hood's letter:
Maryvii.lk, Oct. Oth, 18S2.
Gen. W. II. Jackson, Chairman of
tho State Credit Democratic Ex
ecutive Committee, Nashville,
Dear Sir: I hereby tender to you
my resignation as a member of your
Committee from East Tennessee.
In taking this step, it is proper
for me to ive you my reasons for
In the first place, I am, and al
waj's will be, a Democrat, and in
favor of maintaining" the faith and
credit of Tonneesc-e.
He is ono of
j t tit .11
tne mosc voiudio taiKers that ever
was born in Hawkins or any other
county. Ho can talk all over a
subject, and when he gets through,
that subject will bo left in such a
fix that forty Philadelphia lawyers
would go crazy trying to straighten
it out. The General knows all
about the Stato debt question, and
is at homo generally on all tho top
ics of statesmanship.
Gen. R. N. Hood, of Blount coun
ty, has left the Fussellites and como
over to Gen. Bate. Hood is a man
of sense. Ho soes the flood coming
and hastens into tho Democratic
ark. Bailey, Jackson and all the
rest except Eb. James ought to do
likewise immediately. The old ship
of Zion has her colors up, the steam
whistle has sounded the last warn
ing, tho Democratic deck-hands
have taken hold of tbe foot-plank,
all things are ready and wo are
I am in favor only waiting for the commander.
of tho present settlement of the State . General Bate, to give the word,
debt, and will do everything In my when sho will sail away with the
power to maintain it inviolate. whole Democratic party aboard,
In tho next place, I am opposed You foolish fellows who have been
to tho Republican part' and its J thinking of taking passage in the
principles, and am anxious to use j rickety, little Fussell canoe, had
any influence I may have, to defeat j better hurry up and get on board
tho Republican party. After ma- j or you will be left. That little ca-
tui'O deliberation 1 havo cqnduded i nqe will go to pieces on the 7th of
JNovember. wnlfo the good old shin
that my action In supporting Mr
Fussell fur Governor, can only aid
tho Republican party. I have,
therefore, concluded to support Gen.
Bate for Governor, and help, in my
hurbje way, to restore tho Demo
cratic party to iU iightfjil power in
the Stato. Yours truly,
R. N. Hood.
It is probable that another called
eession of the Legislature will be
held at an early da' to correct an
omission in the Districting act by
which Rhea, Meigs and Cumberland
counties were left out entirely. A
letter from Judge Harrison to the
Governor makes it evident that
reat confusion may otherwise arise.
alTecting every District.
Mr. Hubbell and his Stalwart
brethren will be sadly discouraged
if, when the November elections are
over, it shall be found that their
coarse, huckstering ways have re
e!Jtfd three or four voters for every
vote gained thereby. They may
ossibly learn in timo that there are
guns which are dangerous only to
those who stand behind them.
A new Pettibone organ has found
its way to this onice, entitled the
Taylorsville Reporter. It is a neat
seven column, four-page paper, pub
lished at Taylorsville, Tenn., by
Jveya & Craig. I he reporter con-
s . .
tains an abundance oi matter, prin
cipally Pettibone talk. But we pre
diet the same success for the Jlepor-
ttr that wo do for tho 3Iajor that
they Loth will play out on .Novem
other articles indispensablo to the
iurmer. export .nunei.
The only State officer voted for in
West Virginia last Tuesday wu,
judge of the Supreme Court of Ap
peals, to fill a vacancy. A. C. Sny
der, the Democratic candidate, was
elected. Members of the legislature
were also voted lor. The last legis
lature was Democratic by U3 on
joint ballot in a total membership
of 100. Under the new apjortion
ment West Virginia has four repre
sentatives in Congress, an increase
of one. Goff, Republican, claims to
have been elected in the First dis
trict. Tho remaining three elected
General Bates majority over Haw
kins will not bo less than 25,000.
Beasley will probably get more
rotes than Fussell. Beasley has a
platform to stand on while Fusse'd
ha cone. He borrowed one plank
from the Sons of Temperance, but
it proved entirely useless for elec
tioneering purposes, and so the lit
tle gentlemen is entirely without a
platform and without a party if he
had tho platform.
New York is certain to go Demo
cratic by an overwhelming majority,
likewise Indiana, and there is a
strong probability of Pennsylvania
and other Republican States giving
handsome Democratic majorities in
the November elections. The fact
of tho business is, this is tho season
for a Democratic boom, and Democ
racy is bound to sweep the country
from centre to circumference. Ten
nessee will fullow in the wake of the
boom and carry her banner to vic
tory. And Bob Taylor will again
represent tho First District in Con
gress. t 1 ... i
Flannels, Linscys, Jeans, t lonks.
Shawls, Dress Goods, Cloakings, Sacqu
ing. Underwear, Hose, Boots, Shots
and Hats, tho largest srock ia the South.
Our Millinery Department is now com
plete, and is acknowledged by all that
we have the largest, cheapest and best
selected block, in this lite, ever offered
to the people of Eait Tennessee. Call
and see our mammoth stock of Fall aud
Winter Good., now complete in every
McXcLTT, LiiXAno & Co.,
entire audience, forgetting all po-
iticat difference, was swayed by the
ower of his irresistible eloquence.
Ic referred to his own record whii.i
n Ooiicressand showed conclusively
that ho had done more lor the peo
ple of tho District than Pettibone
had even shown an inc lination to do,
All his boasted pension work con
sists of nothing more nor less than
tho i-ticommcndation and prosecu
tion of claims vvhifil) had been filed
by Taylor himself. Every iteasnrp
introduced in Congress to relieve tho
iconic of the burdens of taxation
i b?eti opposed by Pettibone or
was absent utJ fcijed to vote.
All that ho has done has bor. ir the
interest of capital and monopolies,
lie Ctccupied his time not in answer
ing tho charge made against him,
but in waving the jioody slijrt,
making up a lifeless, labored har
rangue which we do not misrepre
sent in pronouncing the weakest
enecch wo ever h-'ard Jan irom inc
lips of a Congreinlon candidate,
The lUUtm Annual is a publication in
permanent form of tho church business
done at the Ilolston Conferfbcu of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, South,
and is ictendtd as a means t informa
tion lo the ministers and members of
the church ho cannot attend ihc si s
sion of the Conference. The work
done during a year of paKtoral labur ap
pears in some extent in staffs leal tabbs
and reports of sundry committees. Tho
appointments, ordinations and fixing of
relations are all carefully printed, and,
as far as p .ssiblo, each preacher's post-
oface address is given for the ensuing
year. Local preacher ire also n lined
and their post-offlcfs given as far s re
ported to the editor. Issued in Novem
ber or December, as soon after confer
ence aspoible. The traveling preach
ers of the Conference are requested to
subscribe for several c.pie each, and
su; ply their charges a they paas around
among the loal preachers, ekhortjjr,
steward and cUsa-leadera and others.
The price for l$3'Z wilt be same as last
rear. 20 cents per copy, by mml to ny
. . " t t t
AND STILL THEY COME!
ppl. Edwards, Leader of the
Greenback latfy, Announces
for Gen. Bats,
address. To be published by 4. 11.
Payne, Mrristowo, Tenn.
And Earnestly Asks His Follow
ers to Vote Ag'ainst Fussell
Folly and Radical Rule
The following special was sent to,
the Nashville World from Ghtta
eooga on tho 13th instar.t: Col. R.
M. Edwards, twice the candidate of
tho Greenback party for Governor,
passed through hero to-night for
Alabama. Ho says: "I prefer any
ii.ig Jq Hawkins and centralization,
which are one and ti;s e.ame thing,
and seeing that my party has li'Gt
the strength to accomplish its ulti
mate objects and avoid paying every
dcUv q( l-ho railroad debt, I perfer
50-3 to GO-tJ, on ttu pj,ncjple that
half a loaf is better than no bread.
It is not so much the amount wo
Lavs to pay as tho honesty of that
The colonel further snya thni hi,
is now satisfied that the race is now :
between Hawkins and Bate, with
Bato far in the lead, and that tho
fight i4$t bp made for an anti-GO-6
Legislature fo fcara tftt if the
coalitionists controal the next boqy
that a scheme will bo concocted to
fund again at 100 cents on the dol
lii. He is as strong a Grecnbacker
as ever, but realising tho fiict that
Ueasley eanuiaatos icr ma tjGnerat
Assembly will only militate against
tlio success of tho anti-settlement
Bate men, he hopes that all Green
backers will cast their ballots solidly
fbr tho Bate ticket. Ho is notatall
satisfied with the rumors floating
around about tho eomproiviisa to
elect Hawkins and will probably go
next week to Nashvillo to tako tho
stump for Bate as the strongest man
to beat tho arch enemy of the Green
back party, tho Republican Alvin
i. .. i 1 . .'
Underwear! Underwear!: Un-
lerwear I ! X
Ladies' and Gents' in all qualities.
We ar oeiir everything in this line
at Big Bar:iin.
McNclty, LiLLiaao & rjCf.,
which General Bato commands will
be sure to weather all storms and
land you safe in the port of Victory.
Tho postmaster at Chattanooga
has appointed a colored man clerk
in his cfce, grid the white employes
are indignant therea'. Thu Chatr
tanooga Democrat criticises the act
of the postmaster in severe lan
guage. But, aftep AH what of jt?
What is the use tp ick against the
inevitable? The negro is a citizen
having all the rights of thp whjtc
rhoe, ' he post-offices belong tQ tlm
Nation. Tho Nation, the post-ofiioo
and tho negro belong to tho great
Republicau party, and we don't see
why the Democrat should cry out
with an indignant protest when a
folqred gentleman is given employ
ment along side, jjf- tjirpo fir ffinr
white Republican ladjgs ani i3
many whito Republican gentleman.
Thcj' are all of tho same political
family, and wo can't boo what
ground the Chattanooga Democrat,
or any other Democrat, has to raise
a row about it. If the Republican
ladies and gentlemen are not will
ing "to iVGik in tho Chattanooga
post-offico along side 6tra dai:L
let them join the Democratic party
and then they will have no employ
ment in that office, but can be "poor
folks'' and cLcqso, MiSir SYn associ
ates. Satisfactory Evidence.
J. Vy Graham, Wholesale Druggist,
of Austin. 'r'e .. wuica.J haye been
handling DK WM. II ALL'S BALSsAAi
FOR THE LUNGS for the past y ar.
and have faund it one of the most
salable medicines I have ever had in my
house for Coughs, Co'ds and even Con
eqfii&t jnf 1 -vays giving entire satisfac
tion. Please scr.1 ms pss r.qss hy
Dr. Green's Oxygenated Bitters
is the oldest and best remedy for Dys-
fopeia. Biliousness, Malaria, Indiges
i'rin, ajj disorders fit fhe Stomach, and
all diseases i.uiican n. jrppqre conr
dition of the Blood, Kidneys, tr.d LJver.
That is what a great
many people are doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month they
The only sure reme'dy
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bitters, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
enriches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, drives out
disease and gives health and
This is why Brown's
Iron Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent fevers, &c.
03 S. Pca St., Baltimore.
Nov. 18, t&Si.
I was a great sufferer from
Dyspepsia, and for several
weeks could eat nothing and
was growing weaker every
day. I tried Brown's Iron
Bitters, and am happy to say
I now have a good appetite,
and am getting stronger.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
D- W. C. DAVIS,
WATPHMAKEH and JEWELER
In ps eontaut!y on 1 and a new and
Select Stock of
v - . -
3 la In Street,
Special attention given to repairing
of all kinds and satisfaction
gu am teed.
AND DEALERS IX
Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Window Glass, Lamps, Clocks! Booh:
Stationery, Family Groceries. Patent Medicines. Perfatnery and Fine Toilet
A Hides in- Great Variety.
IV Physician' prescriptions carrJully prepared. mcu296ni
Opposite Earnest Ss Urtscoe. M0RRIST0WN, TENN.
D. P. ROWE
j W. T. MARSH.
ExduHice W7wlesale and Retail Dealers in
It . .N. X 1 mini
tMumi.-...... .,. .... . . ..
A p J5L Teg
Full Line of Carpenters'Tools and Builder's Material.
SOLE LG-SOSTTS ZFOIR,
CHATTANOOGA CHILLED PLOWS & BEPAIRS,
Every Plow Fully Guaranteed. Also Agents for the
FAMOUS "OLD HICKORY WAGON,"
Warranted for Twelve Months.
Ti a: n x-. j n:i..
tw r fiu mi 111 11 0 u j 1 1 1 1 n n nun
Choice Tobacco and Cigars.
- - - MORRISTOWE, TENN.
W. L. UOGEU3.
W. C. TERRV,
ROGERS $ PERRY,
Office la Kauschcr liuildingr, Cor.
Hpnry St, anil BR., opposif p
the Ca4n JIou&c,
Sour Mash Lincoln County Whiskey, Copper Dis
tilled Corn, Rye and Bourbon Whiskies.
APPLE BRANDY n SPECIALTY.
Gash Customers not Ilejected.
Quick Sales ami Small Profits.
Thankful to our friends for their liberal patronacr1 Lne
they will continue with us. w
GAY STREET, - KNOXVILLE, TENN.
Orders Solicited and &itif action Guaranteed. octS701y.
(( STOW E8 1
THF BEST IN THE RSARXET
Fourteen diffbMit uvi ih.d JIti
ilea with Enameled Reservoirs. Adapted U
til requirements, and priced t j suit all yuraea.
Double Wood Door., I'attut Wood Crata,
Adjustable Damjier, InterrliaiifM Ar.tv
iaatic Shelf, Broiling I'ecr, fc- il.z'.vz HtfciUi
rikto. Swinging Flue-Slop, r.Trrtille Cat
Burning Long Cn . I ice. Double Phorl
Centers, Heavy Rinn Covert, Ilhaii.tteJ Klr
Doors, Nickel Vnobs, Nickel Puiu'l. tc.
UncqusJed la Valeria!, in Fiiuli, an J in
. 1 1 a. . " t 1 rv -
. f.-f.- ot,' ! v- vi.li
1. -un iaV4'r
Manufactured by ISAAC A. SHEPPARD A. CO., Baltimore, JWd.
.Sa TOE tltK 57 D. F. ROW?? rft r Mfcyrlatuwn, i'.uu.
DUIiNO'3 CATARRII SNUFP cures
Catarrh and all affections of tbc mucous
IJr. ftogfcr' ypjjetable Worm Syrup
instantly destroys H'6r'(49 arjt j-erqoves
the Secretions vhicU causa tUoni.
Valuable Farm for Sale
Four miles east of Morriitown 410
acres, half in cultivation, balance
splendid timber flue dwelling, 10
jhqut, splendid barn, out buildings and
in faU,' e)M.R3 rt:pljiss? well
water-.d. very deslraMe. will he 6rlij
clup. Apply t JOHN TOLAND,
iioal Estate Agent, Morristown, Tenn.
Job Printing neatly executed at the
Mineral L0'-1 Farming Lands aad
City Property bought, sold and
Persons having eueh properties to
dispose of will find it to their in
terest to place them in my bands.
Parties d.esiring to purchaso such
properties can be supplied by mo
on favorablo terms.
I refer- by. permission to O. C. Kilgj
Esq., Judge Jas. G. Kosc and Maj.
T. C. Cain, Morristown, Tenn.
I have 8--mo Valuable Farms and
City property for sale.
fiptIS 83 -u.3
MOSSY CREEK, TENN.
Located on the E. T., Va. & Ga. Railroad,
Xei Il;tt of Knoxvilie.
1st Term of Session, 1882-83,
Opens Thursday Aug1. 124; the
2d, January 17.
ltev. B. G Manabd, A. M., Prcsijout ad VtOz
fi-ssor Literature and I'liilosophy .
Rev. S. W Tindcli., A. M , Professor Ancient
and Modern LanKUBe.
nv 5 S" JoNr. A 1 . pj-o.Vssor rthemnti(;..
J. j. IIjVf, A. "H , Froresaor Kug. aud Nutural
Priucipal Primary Departm.nt.
Course of Instruction :
A. to extc-UHiveucs., in indicated by th respective
Tultinji, per Term, from SlutofvM)
Boariliuiir, per Mouth, from to $10.
Coutiugei.t feo and bulf of Tuition required cn
rntariuK unless ottiem iBe agreed npou,
Text-boots and Tuition free to all ministerial
studvuts recoiumeuded by their churvh
In the chracter of the instruction -it. hlh
stando 'iuteUct ually, ruorally and socially.
In the freedom from all temptation, to vice, iu
the ay of liquor or gambling saloons.
Iu the absence of all causes for extravajanc. in
In the p-ivilege of streudingon the religious ex
ercises of the various lUnon.luntlous, as Uetho
distii, Proebyteriu:i jp-J Hjpfit(. -
in iUs Uttrar siMiiSie t.ii4 m t, o iaeo
libraries as well as the freedom of the readia g
room and colleg library, which are invaluable ta
In the 1 cture ty.tem, consMiiiK of werlly aud
monthly IdCture. The former, by the Faculty,
aud I'M raciug such top;ir- ss ""I t:e l'ittflls vf
OurTontli," -'f-ueuesw f Ai u," " 111 j Prufosnions
of Life." Th hitter, by prufeHsioual ttutlemen
not couuet-tej with he C lU'ge, aud ou subject.
fV'fri h L S'iidftife cnijurg.
' lli thu briuty &:iaKrliu'-tn oth. tjoljcme iw
tion, s nil fcufirl litiltlu ului . . ' "
8eud l: Prof. J. i. Hcrrior of'
1J. (. MANAUD, Trent.
Cjir.s is Co 1. Lr.o r, ; ; .
MALE HIGH SCHOOL
T. J. DAVENPORT, A. M, PrlD.
This school is liKvtcid iu Morristown, Ksst Ten.
ueexee, a healthy, business, growing town, ou the
Kat Teunossee, Virginia and Georgia lUilrosd,
and at the terminus of the Ciuotniiuli, Cumber
Jaud Gap aud Chrlcsro!i illroid. 'I l0r i t)ere
Itvery facility for intellectual, socinl aud nicra,
Th9 boit nesfi.m will bi jfiu Mnu.lav, Septeuibef
I, IHrl'J, and coutii ne ttro terms of IS wees each.
TyiTIOK PER TERM Of 18 WEEKS,
Orthogispby, Ilsadiug, Penmanship,
Aritlimetic aud Primary Uooijrapuy . . .
Hitrliiir Aritbmrtic. Kuelish Orammsr. Oe
ogrnphy, History and Composition ... t 09
Elementary Algebra, Natural Pbilo8jihy,
PIivhIcsI Geography snd Ithetoriu ... 13 M
Choriiititry, AHtrouomy, GeologT, lutellso.
tusl aim Jiorti i'ltuosopny, lakw,
Higher Mathematics, IMiu sud Greek..
One-hslf of tuition aud contingent M. uiu.t b
pai I ia advauce.
No deduction will be made for absence exoipl
lu cases of protracted illaess.
ompetent assistants will be secured to nieet the
demands of the school.
The regulttticuH will be u.ild, but rigidly en
JiosrcJ can ba bad frcja fs to .Q wr ipout.,
For f urther puxUtuUr. aodrcxs the Prin.-iL
X. J. DAVEM'ORT,
ilorri t jw u, Tenia.
Auj. 23, 5-ui.
N0N RESIDENT NOTICE.
Mom; Creek, Teu it fJiv
vs. Wu the Clrruit Court of
Edvai:d Sbifuet. ) Claiborne Cuuuty Tennessee
In thi cause it apieriiig from the allegatioa of
the bill whic h U sworu to that the defeudsut is
u"ii resident of the Stato of Teuuekseeso that the
ordinary process of law esunot be served on him,
it is therefore ordered by tne tnat publication be
made for four cc&eccutive weeks iu This Mos bis.
town Gaekitb, a weekly uewspajr pubii.heu a
l;roriii8ovp, Tuunewcip, notijiu ut.u r.4.
dent dew iidank tv" apiar beot s .aiil yiimrt nU
make defence to said bill ou or before the 1st.
Monday in November next, or the rame will be
txk' u for coufeiMeJ, aud the cause set tor bearing
f xpurte as to hitn.
O. W, MO.M TGOMEBr, Clerk,