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Ttrfc HORRISTOWN GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 15. 1882
TERMS. OF THE GAZETTE. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION". On year (M imtet) $1.50 si month, 73 ett; Are montto, 40 cent. RA TE3 OF AD VERTISINO.On firti iert?m, $ 1 aeA v!equrnt inArt fiwa, 5 rmU; drpit mdrtiewu ii af a&or rata. TO REGULAR ADVERTISERS fr inwrM1 tnJuemmX. 6otA a to rat eAjrjw nd manner f delaying thnr J avert. NOTICES IX LOCAL COLUNS-IO et per Unefor fint inter turn mna 8 iedbvths tru nam and addreu of th teriUr (m tmter If rtenrm oifl. n 7? rr r- 4 7? r JVO TICES. TrUttU of Re- tpeetand Crrd of Thaik eharyed for a rfffuia r aa ttrrutemmi. THE HORRISTOWN GAZETTE. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 8. 1SS2. Who will care for Alvin now ? Exit Extra " Alvin Hawkins yoa Radical mole. 'Shall we meet beyond the river?" is the song now most in favor with Republican orators. Pattison, the Democratic candi date, is elected governor of Pen eylvania by 32,000 plurality. French, the forger, and Folger and Arthur arc a committee of threo to find out what is the matter in New York. Michigan has elected a Democratic rniromw and a maioritv of her w - J congre pional delegation are Demo craU. 'Something has drapped there too. .Snntnr Harris s re-election is assured and Tenneee will have the benefit of his services for six ye ars longer, commencing with the 4th o March next. IIrn Samuel J. Randall is re turned to Congress by the com rf-l.li maioritv of 4.373. This makes Mr. Randall's eleventh term in Congress, during which time his character for ability and honesty have never been questioned. Tennessee has had enough of Republican rule. She has tried for two years and suffered a great loss of wealth and honor. It will be a long, long while before she tries it aaio. Hawkins is her last Repub lican Governor. In our cup of rejoicing on account of the general victory won by the people over the Bosses last week there is one drop of bitter the tie feat of Bob Taylor. He made most gallant fight against desper ate odds. With a large numerica majority politically opposed to him with Hubbell's coffers wide open and an army of office-holders to dis tribute the lucre and crack the par ty lasb, it is snall wonder that he went down. Though defeated, he is not dihonored. The able canvass which he made won for him lastin laurels, and even though all else be lost, like Francis after Pavia, he can console himself with the refiec t on that his honor sun remain bright and untarnished. Nashville JmrncalOth : The ovatian to Hon. ilham JJ. JJate Iat night, at the Grand Opera- house, was a fitting tribute from his townsmen, here in his own home, I the Capital of tho State. In point of numbers and enthusiasm, there has been no such political meeting here in years. Davidson has especial caue for jollification over the result of last Tuesday. Gen. Bate will be the first Governor from Davidson I county nince the days of ewton Cannon, of Messed memory. These were the purer and better days of the Republic. Gov. - Bate, of Ten- nessee, will do his part to bring tue I country back to the republican sim- plicity of those times and the Demo- that the people, seeing that Con craiic honesty of ante-bellum ad- gres8 cared nothing for them, but ministrations. Hon. G rover Cleveland, the Demo- cratic Governor elecw of .New York, did not lose his head whilst recciv- inj? tho news of Ins enormous ma- jorities. Iking asked whether the revolution was the unpopularity of the Republican party or the turning of public sentiment to the Demo- cratic party, he replied that it was! chiefly tho former, and added : "Many things have occurred to bring the Republican party intodis- rtrnt but the immediate cause is the interference of the national ad-J ministration with State olitics. The ' . i Democracy will only bo able to re- peat this victory by maintaining & Executive as well, and the coun thcir present harmony, and proving try, once more restored to the guid- to the public that the cbango means reform and good government. Mr. Cleveland supplemented this with declaring that tho result in 18S4 will depend almost entirely upon the conduct of the two parties CC1 during the intervening period. AYby .Should They. No rain or woman cn do satisfactory woik wben the brsln ! dull, the nerve ucutcftdjr, the ytm relaxed and they feel generally wretched. Why Uould anybody drag through their work in thU condition, when a bottle ori'arkera Ginger Tonic will at moderate cost glre them the strength and will to perform ihtk duliei wUjfactorlljr. ' -zzzzzzz TUE GREAT YICTORT. The anticipations of the most san guine Democrats indulged in pre vious to the elections of last weeK have been more than realized. As fkr as heard from, the National Democracy has entirely swept the country, and New York, bevr Jer sey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, New IlampbLire, Massachusetts, Indiana, California, Colorado, Michigan, and even Kansas, ehako hands with Tennessee over the glorious success of the party of honest government of the pcoplo, by the people, and for the people, over the party of cen tralization, corruption, and the fav ored few. The lower House of the next Congress is undoubtedly se cured by a handsome majority, and, in fact, it s ems now to be no longer alone a "solid South," but as if the North and South were bound solid b" together in the same political bonds. This overwhelming defeat of Radicalism can bo attributed to various causes. First, to the cen tralizing tendencies of Arthui's ad ministration. That gentleman has seen fit to carry with him to the White House the same habits which he contracted as a local politician in New York city, and has attempted to dictate candidates and manipu late elections in tho various States, en the same principlo that he form erlv acted when engaged in wire pulling in tho wards of Gotham. It was this spirit of Federal interfer ence in the affairs of the States which excited and alarmed the peo nln nf the North. It was their ox which was being gored this time and they determined that the mo ment had arrived for the spirit of centralization to be crushed out, so they crushed it. Again, the pcoplo of the country became aroused - against the spirit of lossistn which of late years has been so arrogantly displayed by the Republican lead ers. These political bosses had, through the long continued pur chase of voters by means of im mense corruption funds extracted under duress from the army of one hundred thousand Federal office holders and increased by liberal voluntary contribution from pro tected barons for whose benefit heavy tribute has been laid by Rad icalism upon the entire country- become accustomed to direct and dictate to political serfs who always showed ready acquiescence in the wishes of their masters. In this way they at length began to totally disregard the public will, and to imagine that they possessed the power to control elections to 6uit themselves. The people have at A m last crown restive under such as O sumacy and arrogance, however, and tho bosses "have been hurled from their dictatorships. Truly, in their cases tho old proverb has been again fully verified: "See'st thou a man wise in his own conceit? There is more hope of a fool than of him." A tlrd factor in the Re publican Waterloo of the 7th was undoubtedly disgust at the course pursued by tho present Forty-seventh Congress at its recent session No sooner had the Radicals again been restored to power in the Fed eral Legislature than the- showed disposition to wholly ignore the people's welfare, and addressed i a themselves solely to reckless cxtrav acance and to "raking the Treas- ury Notwithstanding that the revenues of th country last year amounted to 1150,000,000 more than Was required, and that this euor nious surplus was all raised through tu0 oppressive taxation of tho peo t,le l,y iniquitous tariff and internal revenue pytems, no attempt was made to lighten the burdens. Tariff Commission, formed simply ns a pretext to continue protection jn tiie interests of political favorites, an,i an abortive effort to remove tho internal revenue dutie from bank checks and cosmetics, were the only pretenecs even made of an inchna- t:on toward tax reform. Xo wonder only sought to enrich themselves and friends at the public crib, re pented that they had again entrust ed their interests to Radical hands, and determined to assert their might. It now remains for tho tri- umphant Democracy to make good use of their victory. All they need to do in order that they may win as decisively in the elections two years hence, is to use their power well, and by wise, prudent and economi- cal legislation show the people tuat they arc fully worthy of the respon ciLIa trusts confided to them. If they do this, in November, 18S4, they will surely secure not only the . Federal Legislature, but tho F?dcr ance 0f the old line Democracy nder whose control of tho helm of the ship of state it attained in the I ya&t to such high eminence among the nations of tho world will bo indeed redeemed, regenerated and . . I. i T disenthralled. Eugenie's hair is bleached, and her fa co is blanched. She walks heavily, through rheumatism, and dresses in unalterable crape. Her constantattendant is Ma lam Je lice ton, who wa Senonta JiouroaKi at Madrid in tho days of her youth, and who now hobbles on a stick, and wears blue goggles. BIvB W IW THE HALF HOT TOLD I The Glorious Old Party! BUIiYS REPUBLICANISM IN EVERY STATE IN THE NATION! Solid Pyramids of Eternal Peace, Iowa, Kansas, Nevada, Colorado, Texas, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, California, Georgia, Delaware Connecticut, Alabama. Miss iss ipp i, MASSACHUSETTS! Florida, 31issouri Louisiana, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Jlrginia, Kentucky, Arkansas, Wisconsin, New York, New Jersey, PEN NSYLVANIA! TENNESSEE. From complete returns from twenty-five counties of the State and partial returns from others, tho - r- . l t ! uemocrauc central vxuiuiihub cell mate Bate's majority over Hawkins Republican, for Governor at 30,000 and his majority over nawKins Fussell and Beasley at 20,000. The Bate Legislature ticket will have a majority on joint ballot of 74 Dibrell s (dem.) net majority over m ... , N f .1 fTM J .1 i lrewitt (rep.; in me auitu uisiric-t is 1,543. Pcttibone (rep.) is elected to Congress over Bob Taylor (dem.) in the First district, by 2100 majority. Ilouk, regular lie publican nominee for Congress is elected by 7,000 majority over Rule, Independent Jtepubhcan. ne Democrats supported the latter, Casey lounc (dem.) defeats V m M. Smith (rep.) in the Tenth by 900 majority. EAST TENNESSEE. East Tennessee elects ten Demo crats to the Legislature, one Senator and nine Representatives. J no. J Carter of Bradley county is elected Senater. Fulkerson of Hawkins Gre'- of Sullivan. Caldwell of Jefferson, Lcdgenvood and Legg of Knox, Stevens of .Monroe, Smith o Polk and Bradley, Sharp of Meigs and Rhea. Dr. Caldwell's majority in Jefferson is only twenty-three. NEW YORK. CLEVELAND'S MAJORITY 190,000. The more accurate returns from Tuesday's elections tends rather to increase than diminish the great Democrat majorities. In the next Congress, according to the latest re turns, the Democrats will have 202 Representatives and the liepuDu cans 123. In New York 21 Demo cratic Congressmen have been elect ed acainst 13 Republicans. In the next Assembly the Democratic mem bers will number 89 against 39 Re publicans, increasing the Demo cratic majority from 6 to 50. Cleve land's majority, according to the latest returns received, is at least 190,000. PENNSYLVANIA. PATTKKsos's Plurality k early 40,000 A GAIN OF FIVE CONGRESSMEN. The political whirlwind which swept through Pennsylvania not only buried Beaver, but it swept away tue iiepuuncan majority in the lower House of the Legislature, and elected thirteen Democratic members of Congress, a gain of five Tho fact seems to be that the great body of Independents went over to I'attison. whoso plurality will probably settle somewhere between 35,000 ana -ju,uvu. lue oiaio oen ate has a reduced Republican ma jority, but the Democrats will havo " i : i it.. a gOOu worKing majority in mc House. MASSACHUSETTS. GEN. butler's plurality 13,192 HE ia NOMINATED FOR THE PRESIDENCY. The returns are all in, and'But ler's plurality for Governor is 13,192 The Legislature stand : Senate, 25 Republicans, in uemoerata ; House, 144 Republicans and a Democrats. wtn lu to near irom, a Democratic gain of 10m the benate and 26 in the House. The leaders of the Independent -Kepuoiican movement held a love feast at the Revere House Wednesday afternoon. Gen. Butler was enthuiiftstically nominated for the Presidential suo- cassion in 18S4, and his election to that office Wfij predicted. The vote of Tuesday tta 4tc!&rfld to mean t- .i.tiM a. rAur A r w ( n r f ftnd a mittee of five was innointed to recognize the Inde- . . ti it; i npndent Republican movement in Massachusetts on a permanent- basis, CONNECTICUT ... waller's i lcralitt 4.184 a republi can LEGISLATURE- The Republican vote for Governor in Connecticut falls off 12,198, and the Democratic voto falls off 5,273. Waller's majority this year is 2,707 and his plurality 4,148. Tha Adora bly will lack one represontatiFP, owing to a tio to be decided by tbo Legislature. It stands 138 Repub licans and 110 Democrats, a Repub- lican majority of 23. Tho Senate is 13 Republicans and 11 Democrats. For Congress, Eaton, . Democrat, in the First district, has a plurality of 713 ; Mitchell (Dem.), Second dis trict, a plurality of 1,826: Waite (Rep.), Third district, a plurality of 1,G15, and Seymour (Uem.;, ourin district, a plurality of 1,453. NORTH CAROLINA. THE ELECTION OF A DEMOCRATIC CON GRESSMAN AT LARGE BY 10.00U MAJORITY. Returns from North Carolina show Democratic trains that will bring up the majority of R. T. Bennett, for Congressman at Large, to pernaps 8,000. The Democrats elect the following Congressmen: 1m u: la- Wharton J. Green. W. R.. Cox, A. 31. Scales, U. iowds. jn. ju. Robins, R. B. Vance. Their ma jorities range from 500 to 4,000. The one liepuDiican elected .is w. Xi. Ohara. colored, in the Second dis trict, who had no opposition. The Legislature will stand about tne same as last 112 Democrats to 56 Republicans. SOUTH CAROLINA. VERT NEARLY IF NOT QUITE A CLEAN DEMOCRATIC SWEEP OF THE STATE. The Democratic State and county tickets are elected by large majori ties. The Democrats elect uon- m-ossmen in six districts. In the Seventh, JUackey (ep.) is eieciea The constitutional amendments, giv .... . . i ing tho Legislature the power to chancre the time of holding the gen eral election and disfranchising for various crimes, have received a ma iority. The amendment reducmgtne area necessary to create new counties is defeated. INDIANA. THE DEMOCRATS REACH A MAJORITY OF 10,000 AND ELECT NINE OR MORE CONGRESSMEN. The Democratic majority in In diana will reach 10,000. The Demo crats elect nine out of the fourteen Congressmen certainly. The only Republicans undoubtedly elected are Brown and Steele, ine nexi Ajegis lature will stand : Senate, 27 Demo crats. 23 Republicans: House, C5 Democrats. 35 Republicans. The Democrats elected 19 State Sena tors out of the 25, who will hold over to vote for a United States Senator in 1885. IOWA. THE DEMOCRATS GAIN THREE .CONGRESS' MEN THE REPUBLICANS CARRT THE STATE. Returns fix the Iowa Congression al delegation as follows: Murphy Democrat, over 3,000 majority in the Second district; Fredrick, Dem ocrat, COO in Fifth; Juey, Democrat about 800 in the JSmtb. 'ine re maininir seven Republican, candi dates are elected without doubt. though two cro in by pluralities, The Democrats declare that they will contest Henderson's election in the Third district, because of the alleged corrupt use of money. The Republican State ticket is probably elected. MICHIGAN. BEGOLE'S MAJORITX FOR GOVERNOR 10, 000 SIX DEMOCRATS FOR CONGRESS. The latest returns show the elect ion of Bejrole, the Democratic can didate for Governor, by about 10,000 Democratic Congressmen are elected in the First, Second, Fourth, Fifth Sixth and Seventh districts. In tb State Legislature the Republicans will have a majority of about twenty five on joint ballot, which practically settles the re-election ot erry 10 the United States Senate. K4.NSAS. ST. JOUN DEFEATED THE BEST OF THE REPUBLICAN TICKET ELECTED. The liquor issue has defeated St. John, the Republican nominee for Governor. G lick, Democrat, beats him. The Republican State county, and Congressional tickets are elect ed by the usual majorities. COLORADO. GRANT HANDSOMELY ELECTED GOVERNOR. Grant the Democratic candidate for Governor, is elected by a hand some maioritv. The Democrats Drobablv carrv the entire State ticket. The Legislature is proba bly Republican. CALIFORNIA. THE DEMOCRATIC TIDE RISES ON THE PA CIFIC COAST, TOO. AND LIFTS STONE MAN. Returns indicate that Stoneman's majority in the State at large, will reach 13,000. ine ueraocrats make a clean sweep of the State and Congressional tickets, Tage's defeat being assured. The Legislature is not yet figured up,but the Democrats will have a majority in both Houses. NEVADA. GOE8 DEMOCRATIC. The election of J. W.Adams, tho Democratic candidate for Governor, is conceded by almost 1,000 majority. Tho vote for Congressman is close, but Cassidy's re-election by the Democrats is regarded as eure. TEXAS- A CLEAN SWEEP. The Democrats swept JTorth Tex as like a whirlwind. Langham, Welborne, Throcdmorton, Smith, Mills and Regan are elected to Con gress by increased majorities. Ire land lor Governor aua me enure Democratic ticket is elected by an enormous majority. The Legisla ture is QYprvvhelmingly Democratic GEORGIA. A full Democratic delegation to Conffress. Speer and t elton are both defeated. LOUISIANNA. The Louisiana delegation will stand fivo Democrats and one Re- Bublican, as follows: Oarletoq Hunt, emocrat, in the First; E. John Ellis, Democrat, in the feecond; W. P. Kcllc.W. Itenublican. in the Third; Kenton BJanchard, Demo crat, unanimously In tho Fourth, J, Floyd King, Democrat, in the rxil, and Andrew llerron, Democrat, in tbd Sith VIRGINIA. Tho Democrats claim tho election oT Garrison, Democrat for Congress m n tho Second ustnc-t. inev con- code the election of PatjU'eadjyster, in tho Seventh district; .Libby, Ke adjuster, is elected m the Second district by 20,000 majority; Wise, uemocrai. in uie imru uisuwn ur 28,000; Hoooper, Reajuster, in the Fourth district by 8.0UU; uaDeu, Democrat in the Fifth district by 500; Tucker, Democrat, in the Sixth district by 300; Barbour, Democrat, in me xagui. uxjstritu. uj """v i Bowen. Readiuster, in the JNintn district and Jno. S. Wise, Readjuster Congressman at-large by 8,000. NEW JERSY. THE LEGISLATURE. Secor Robeson, Republican, for Congress, is defeated . by Ferrell, J Democrat, by about ouu majority, j Thomas Ferrell, itobeson s success- ful oooonent in the race for Con gress, is Past Grand Master of the R, W. Grand xjodsre ot JNew jersey, I. O. O. F. The 2sTew Jersey Legis lature will 6tand as follows: Senate Democrats, 9 ; Republicans 12. Assembly Democrats, dd ; itepuD- licans, 24 ; Independents, 2 ; doubt ful. 1. The Democrats have from 1 to 3 majority on joint oaiiot, wnicn will give them a United states sen ator. WISCONSIN. THE DEMOCRATS GAIN THREE CONGRESS MEN. Th Chairman of the Democratic Committee claims 5 and probably 6 out of 9 Congressmen, a Democratic n-ain of 3. Republican advices con- cede the Democratic eains but are silent on the Congressmen. ine election in tho Fourth district re- suits in the election of P. V. Denster, Democrat. MISSOURI- The Democratic majority is esti- mated at 40,000, with a solid .Dem- ocratic delegation in Congress. THE NEXT CONGRESS. Dxx. Bep. 8 6 6 Dim. Bif Alabama Arkansas. California Mississippi.... MiBHonri 6 ..14 Nebraska.. Nevada New Hampshire. New Jersey 3 New York.... ...81 North Carolina.. 8 Ohio U Oreeon .... 3 Colorado Connecticut 3 Delaware .1 Florida 3 Georgia .10 IUinoiM 9 Indiana 9 Iowa 3 Kansas Kentucky ..10 1 a 4 13 1 8 1 11 5 8 ; Pennsylvania. . .US IS 7 ; Rhode island.. .. 1 1 Sooth Carolina.. 6 li Tennessee 8 a i Louisiana S a Maine. .. 4 Texas .11 Maryland 6 MaasacbnaetU... 4 Mio igan 6 Minnesota. .... t Vermont 8! Virginia... 6 i West Virginia... 5 1 Wisconsin a s 1 s Total . .202 133 .ni-r.rt nTPtir frnntr nruirQ The Republican party s message to President Arthur reaas someming like this Mind your own pusineH, which is not that of interfering in ine local pomrauijuuruv,. u, other totate. ieaso irying iu u waru poiiuciau auu- jjact-uuiv w tne Jatlon ai ine samo uiue, . . -r .- i . 1 A ' I n Leave men like John P. O'Brien, Stephen B. French and John F. Smyth to their own devices, try to expand your political vision beyond the area to which you have been accustomed to confine it. . You are not ignorant of the rudiments of statementship, advance beyond them and confide in people rather than politicians, be assured that when you intrigued to foster the claims of Roscoe Conkling or disgust his constituency, you made a fatal blunder, that when you hnmbly tried to console him under defeat with .the judgeship of the Supreme Court you insulted public intelligence; that when you lent yourself to workT his revenge and that of his master, Gould, against Gov. Cornell, you aroused the in dignation of every thinking man in this State, and showed distrust of your administration, wherever honesty and manliness are recorded among political virtues. Have a mind of your own ; bo President of a nation, not of a narrow and vin dictive faction of your own party. The country may be taught to ad mire Chester A. Arthur as he may be. It has emphatically condemned Chester A. Arthur as he is. In nine out of ten cases of Cholera Infantum and Bowel Disorders, that prove fatal from ordinary neglect and subsequent treatment, the tinidy vse of Da. Moffett's Tekthina Teething Powder) widd have tated the child. Sold by Armitage Bros. An exhibition of skill with the lariat at Austin; Texas, a few days ago drew a crowd of 10,000 persons. Ten cowboys contested for a silver trimmed saddle worth $300, to be given to him who roped, threw and tied down a steer in the shortest spaceoftime. The winner accom plished the feat in one minute and forty-five seconds. Weak muscles and nerVea, aluggiah- nes9 of thought and inactivity, cured by Brown's Iron Biters. On tho night of the 6th, about 8:30, Alfred King, a prominent negro politician, who was etandlng at the edge 01 the crowd at the no publican headquarters, w.;8 ran over by a street car. The wheels passed over the abdomen, almost cutting him in two. The negroes, greatly enraged, made an effort to capture the driver of the car for the purpose of lynching him, thinking the acci dent was not accidental. A large number of policemen and white citi gena armed with pistols kept the mob at bay, while tha driver was slowly taken-to jail. THAT HACKING COUGH can be o quickly cure4 by Shiloh'a Cure. We guarantee it. WILL. YOU SUFFER wilh Dyspepsia and Liver romplaint f SbilohrB Vital er U gKranlee cure T0U" SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made misei able by that terriblu cough. Shiloh'a Cure is the remedy for you. 0ATABRB CURED, health and sweet breath secured by Sh)lob' Ctarrb Remedy. Price 50 cents. . Nasal In jector free. For lame Back, Side Sllitoh's Porous F)ater. or Chest use Price 25 cts. SniLOH' COUGH and consumption Cure is Bold by us on a guarantee. It cures consumption. SUILOH'8 VITALIZE! I bat you need for Constipation, Loss of Appetita, Dizziness and all symptoms of 'Dyspep sia. Jrlce 10 and 75 ceuts per bottle. CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and lirortiul Immediately relieved by Shiloli's Cure:"'-' For sale by W. P. Carriger. - Now is I be time to buy cheap goods, and live money. Goodson & Blair are selling goods 5 per cept. cheaper than tho cheapest. WASHINGTON LETTER. Washington, D. C, yf Nov. 11, '82. To the Editor of The Morristown Gazette : Manr Government employees who -Kad Deen homo to vote have already re- turned, and are again at tueir ae&Ks iu the Departments. The President ar rived from New York last evening. Secretary Folger, looking much fatigued and crestfallen, reached the city yesterday, and rode from the sta tion to his home, in a street . car. . A sprinkling of members and Senators are Qeret ail4 n is, expected that nearly all those who have permanent , homes, in Washington will arrive within the next ten days. Driving on Pennsylvania Avenue this afternoon. I saw a lady in a landau be side a large red-faced gentleman in traveling attire. Mrs. Geo. M. Robeson had been to the railroad station to re ceive her " defeated-for Congress Ex Secretary of the Navy. Of course the recent election is the subject of universal conversation in this city, which literally live?, moves, and has its being ia National politics An old government clerk said to-day that he hard never before known such widespread consternation and despon- dency among government employees. Many of them are anxioua to leave an employment, where ability and ex- periencc, wiin long ana launiui service J are no security against dismissal. It is I safe to say, there are now ten advocates for civil service reform among govern I ment clerks, where there was only one 1 before the election. Those who really wish to place the civil service beyond I the mutations and out of the mud of politics, will not now be opposed by a majority of office-holders. I do not mean to say that all Republi cans here are ia despair ; they are only alarmed, as tbey have not been since ii.e mornine after the presidential elec tion in 1876. If party factions can be reconciled, there will be a closing of ranks and a thorough reorganization of forces There has, of course, been a large in crease of avowed Democrats In and around the city, and in one year from this date, there will doubtless be wit nessed a repetition of the Mnseemly scramble for the few offices at the dis posal of the House, which was seen in 1874 when Mr. Kerr was elected Speaker The contest for the Speakership and I . i?nd.Hni have & strong following whUe Springer of minois, Carlisle and Clackburn of Kentucky. S. S. Cox of New York an(J perLap8 Perry Belmon .f the game State will 8how 6treDgth f . n nfl wi Mr n,m I .... The next Congress will not only show a ereater numerical force than the Democratic Congress which came into power in 1874 ; but it will be much stronger in the experience and ability of its personnel. It will have a large num. berof educated and accomplished par liamentarians, who were blundering tyros in 1874. On the other hand the Republican minority will not be as able as was the same party in 1874, when it had Blaine for a leader and Conger for a goad. It is expected that the city will be more thanUsually crowded this winter. Many visitors will come to the Garfield monument fair, and will remain through out the season. I went to the Capitol yesterday to see the progress of prepara tion for the fair. The Rotunda is ar ranged with platforms and the pictures are protected by a board sheeting which extends around the interior wall. In the Old House of Representatives, the numerous statues have been placed against the wall, and a number of booths, each representing a State, are placed around the semi-circle. These booths will be occupied by ladies of the respective States who will sell th vari ous articles on exhibition. The art dis play will doubtless be vi r fine. A. Bier Success. "My wife was in bed two years with a complication of disorders her physi cians could nt cure, when I was led to try Parker's Ginger Tonic. It was a big success. Three bottles cured her, at a cost of a dollar and fifty cent, and she is now as strong as any woman. R. D., Buffalo. Ex-Governor Hendricks, after having been announced as hopeless ly ill, is improving and his friends are now hopeful of his recovery. Humbuggred Again. I saw so much said about the merits of Hop Bitters, and iy wife who was always doctoring, and never well, teased me so urgently to get her som, I con cluded to be humbugged again ; and I am glad I dH, for in less than two months' use of the Bitters, my wife was cured, and she has remained so for eighteen months since. 1 like such humbugging H. T.,St. Paul. Pioneer Yens. : Col Tom Buford, who shot and killed Jndge John 31. Elliott, of the court of Appeals of Ky., and who was twice tried tor the offence ; and on the first trial was sentenced to imprisonment for life, bnt, on the second trial was adjudged insane, and confined in the Central Lunatic Asylum near Louisville, made bis escape from that Institution a few days ago and fles to Jeffersonville, Ind. . An Explanation. The delicate, flowery and lasting fra grance of Floreston -Cologne explain why it is such a favorite with the ladies. ROSADALIS ! The Great Southern Remedy For (he cure of Scrofula, Syphillis, Scrofulous Tftipt, Hheumatfs, White Swelling, Gout Goitre, Con sumption.Bronchitis, Nervous Debility, Malaria, and all diseases ariring from an im pure panditipn of the blood, skin or scalp. ROSADALIS bfj Hs ingredients j nblisked on every package. Show it to your rhysician, and ho will tell you it is composed of the strongest alteratives. that exist, and is an excellent BLOQD.'-PURIFIER; Soadalis is spld by all drug gist" v ' . , sspt.27 ly km l A Loss Prevented. Many lose their beauty from the hair falling or fading. Parker's Ilair Balsam supplies necessary nourishment, pre vents railing aria grayness anu is u elesant dressing. Farms for Sale. One of 75 acres two miles from Tal bot ts. 30 acres in cultivation balance fine timber good spring. One of 220 acres, 150 in cultivation, one and a ball' from Talteotts good dwelling &c, will be sold cheap, terms reasonable. Apply -to juuin iulawu, Real Estate Agent, Morristown, Tenn. Novltf. Farm for Sale. Situated 3 miles east of Morristown, containing 110 acres, dwelling house, stable and 6pring-bouse 200 fruit trees, good fruit farm, will be sold very ceap, terms liberal. lAddres John Toland, Real Estate Agent, Morristown, lenn. , mm a ' i" Houses and Lots for Sale, South of corporation, 1 acre of ground will bo sold cheap, : also shop occupied by D. C M. Lyle as shoe shop. Apply to John . roiana, ueai estate .xgeui., Morristown, Tenn. Lots for Sale. Business lots on Main street, lots in front of Baptiiit church, lots south side of north Second street. Apply to John Toland, Real Estate Agent. Morns'own, Tenn. For Sale. Small farm, 2r miles from Morristown, containing 17 acres, 12 cleared, balance in timber. Cottage bouse, six rooms, good orchard, spring and running water on Dlace. chep. Apply t John Toland, Real Estate Agent, Jkiornstown, lenn. STRONG PACTS A great many people are asking what particular troubles Brown's Ikon Biiteks is good for. It will cure Heart Disease, Paral ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and all similar diseases. Its wonderful curative power is simply because it purifies and en riches the blood, thus beginning at the foundation, and by building up the system, drives out all disease. A Lady Cured of Rheumatism. Baltimore, Md., May j, 1880. lj health was much shattered by ' Rheumatism when I commenced taking Brown's Iron Bitters, and 1 scarcely had strength enough to at tend to my daily household duties. I aia now using the third bottle aad I am regaining strengtA daily, ana 1 cheerfully recommend it to all. I cannot say too much in praise ' of it. Mrs. Maxy EBkashkak, 173 PrestmansL Kidney Disease Cured. Christiansburs;, Va., 1881. Suffering from kidney disease, from which I could ret no relief, I tried Brown's Iron llitters, which cured me completely. A child of mine, recovering from scarlet fever, had no appetite and did not seem to be able to cat at all. I gave him Iron Bitters with the happiest results. J. Kvus Montagus. Heart Disease. Vin St., Harrisburg:, Pa. Dec 3, 1&81. After trying different physicians and many remedies for palpitation of the heart without receiving any benefit, I was advised totry Brown's Iron Bitters. I have used two bot tles and never found anything that gave me so much relief. Mrs. Jeknib Hess. For the peculiar troubles to which ladies are" subject, Brown's Iron Bitters is invaluable. Try it. Be sure and get the Genuine. Notice to the Pule! WISH TO MAKE AND ES- tablish at Morristown. for public exhibition, a complete col lection of samples of all the Mineral Ores, FoHsi s and Rocks of East Tennessee, South eastern Kentucky and Western North Carolina. All persoDS owning lands in these sections ought to be vitally interested in the project, aa I am de siring t ue the collection with a view to aid in the development of the country . Ail persona in taexe tactions are invited to bring ine specimens of their Mi; eral Ores, Fossils and Rocks, and give me a description or tne properties. Until my of fices are fitted np in the new McFarland block. specimens may be left with John Toland, Real Es tate Agent, Morristown, Term. O. C. KING. Oct. 95. 3812 1 mo. LARK E BACK Diseases ct Hidneya jk J . W4. AJMM4UOI a AMlOHMWv'OWH Bladder, Kheumatiam, alyaie.K ervouaDe'bil- . Jty and all Weakness resulting from overwork, Jndiacret ion or Excess. . ea, pevuianettUy cured by THE HOWARD GAlYAIilC SHIELD! Galranto Electricity, as famished by our apiUan. ces Kplaeea tfarea, land Vior drained from jUio system, and thai cure witnout u ragging trie) Stosaaeh. Illustrate 'y stogiaen. PawpUet: KSri!if30I STrtl 11 E3TASS XnCTSMtAa. LS$LtyXa. Iddi-ess AMERICAN GALVANIC CO. 312 N. eth St., St. Louis, Mo SOS CAN rJ3AKEtfi8tto 3 . 4. O. h, tit, luU, EfJTS Wanted "1 low is pnee; selling fM; ae-d j ovcywhere: LlhraJ !". iHit I 1 v& A i 1 I 1 1 1 5 0 Valuable Farm for Sale Four miles east of Morristown 410 acres, half in cultivation, balance splen did timber fine duelling, 10 rooms, splendid barn, outbuildings and in fact, everything flrst-clase, well watered, vary desirable, will be sold cheap. Apply to JOHN TOLAND, -Real Estate Agent, Morristown, Tenn. Novltf. n MOSSY CREEK, TENN. Located on the E. T., Va. & Ca. Railroad, 30 MUe East of Kiioxnue. 1st Term of Session, 1882-83, Opens Thursday Ausr. "4; the 2d, January 17. FACULTY : Rev. B. Q MiNiD, A. M President and Pro fessor Literature and Philosophy. Rev. 8. W. Tindkll, A. M., Professor Ancisnl and Modern Languages. Bey. 3. E. Jones, A. M , Professor Mathematics. J. J. Hcff, A, M., Professor Eng. and Natural Scia-ces. Principal Primary Department. Course of Instruction : As to extensiveness, is indicated by the resuectiT Professorships . Expenses: Tuition, per Term, from $10 to $20 . Boarding, per Month, from $6 to $10. Contingent fee and half of Tuition required ou entering unless otherwise agreed upon, Text-books and Tuition free to all minluerial students recommended by their churches. . Advantages : In the character of the instruction its high atandar , intellectually, morally and socially. In the freedom from all temptation! to rice, ia the way of liquor or gambling saloons. In the absence of all causes for extravagance in dress. Iu the privilege of attending on the religious ex ercises of the various denominations, as Metho dists, Presbyterians and Baptists. In the literary societies, and the use of their libraries as well as the freedom of the readiag room and collug library, which are invaluable to the student. In the lecture system, consisting of weekly and monthly lectures. The former, by the Faoulty, and embracing such topics as "The Pittfalla of Our Youth," -'Oneness of Aim," "The Professions; of Life." The latter, by professional gantlemeu not connected with the College, and on subjects suited to the Student's culture. In the beauty aud grandness of the College loca tion, as well as general bealthf Ulueas. Send to Prof. J. J. Hurr for catalogue. B. G. MAN AUD, Prest. Carson College, Mossy Creek, Tenn., June 1, 1882. jull2827m MORRISTOWN " MALE HIGH SCHOOL T. J. DAMPOftT, A. M.jPm. 18831883. This school is located in MorriBtowu, East Ten nessee, a healthy, business, growing town, on tha East Tennessee, Virginia and Oeorgia Ballroad, and at tha terminus of the Cincinnati, Camber land Gap and Charleston tailroad. 'I hers is bers very facility for intellectual, social and moral Improvement . Tha next session will begin Monday, September 4, 1SS3, and contii.ua two terms of IS weeks eaoh. TUITION PER TERM OP 18 WEEKS. Orthography, Reading, Penmanship, Primary Arithmetic and Primary Geography ... $6 W Higher Arithmetic, EugllnU Grammar, Ge ography, History aud Composition 9 0S Elementary Algebra, Natural Philosophy, Physical Geography and Rhetoric .... 13 HO Chemistry, ABtronomy, Geology, Intellec tual and Moral Philosophy, Logic, Higher Mathematics, Latin aud Gruek.. 1 09 Contingent Fee 1 00 One-half of tuition and contingent fee must bs paid in advance . No deduction will be mad for absence except in cases of protracted illness. Competent assistants will be secured to meet the demands of the school . Ths regulations will be mild, but rigidly en force 1. Board can be had from $8 to $10 per month. For further particulars address the Principal, T. J. DAVENPORT, Morristown, Tenn. Aug. 23, 5-m. TUTTF POLLS SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. TjOss of Appetite, Bowels costive, Fain ia the Head, -with, a dull sensation In the bask part. Pain under the Shoulder blade, fullness after eating, with a disin clination to exertion of body or mind. Irritability of temper. Low spirits, with a feeling of having neglected some duty. Weariness, Dissiness, Fluttering at tha Heart, Dots before the eyes. Yellow Skin, Headache generally over the right eye, Bestlessness, with fitful dreams, highly colored Urine, and CONSTIPATION. TTTTTS PILLS are especially adapted, te) each eases, one dose effects such a ekaage) of feeling as to astonish the sufferer. They Increase th Appetite, and reuse the body to Take on fiesta, thus the system Is nnrtaaMi. and by ttn-lr Tomi Aeiieus oa the i DirMllT, Orarasis, aOrnlnr attoela axe pro- x duexd. Price as cenU. a Marray ItL, W. y, TUH'S HAIR DYE. Obay Hair obWitiskers chanrod to a G Litest Black by a single application cf this Dir. Itim. parts a natural color, acts Inataatatteoualy. Sold by Iruggiai, car sent by express oa receipt of si. OrriCK. 3S If t' BRAT T.. REIT VOstK. 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