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THE M d ft It 1 S T 0 W N GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 2l, .1 88 3.
DR. CH. C.THOMPSON. Ivooarvllle, Tenia. Diseau of V WOMB, OVAKIES, G KNITO-UK I N ARY -. ORGANS, JIECTU3I AJiD ANUS, Exclusively treated. Pile, or Ilemorrbolds, cared without the Knife, Ligature, or Caustic, and without aoj more pain than the Piles IfcemaelTta cautd. Jun21-lyil Loral iXotcsand 01 her Ncic. We are indebted to Senator Iabain G Ilarria fcr valuable CocreMiocil pub lications. We learn that Prof. Miller baa di- coniinuel b!a female school for the lack of cfikieot ratrocace to justify its conticuaace. Tht iferruiovn SfSnff$ is the title of a seat little humorous paper that appear ed list week. It is edited and publUh ed by a joint stock company of the young bloods of the town. A refival of much interest at U'Lile Pine, eight mi!es south of M rrintown, has been in pregresa fr several weeks under the ministry of Iter Mr. Nugent and others of the United Baptist Church. A good work Las beta doae. Tkanks to Capt. Thou. Tocilinfon, of Tate Spring, for a large bundle of very Tine celery, a specimen of tha product ot Lis hotel ganien in the line of that choice rUnt. Our friend Fianders, of the Ilattie IIoue, would have walked to Middle Brook aril back to secure such a rich treat for the benefit of Luuet. Attorney General Lea on the 10th en tered sail against tl.e Merchants Na tional Bank of Nashville for $57,530. Other suits will be begun as follow Nashville Savings Bank, $32,370; Knox ville Mechar ira Bank, $30,000; Colum bia First Nation! Lank, $45,001 These banks permitted Polk to report fale balances 1- Lis credit io them to the ex tent stated. By frier f the Board of Mayor and Aldermen an election vu held laU Sat urday to determine whether or not the citizens of Morristown desired t pur- chare the building and lot known as the Female Digh School property, to be used as a public school building. The proposition waa voted stowa by a ma jority of 31. We may refer to tha mat ter again when we gel better data. Mr. Co fT man's sale cf horses and mules, Wednesday of laat week, was more largely attended than any previ ous sale, and much more interest maoi festd by both buyers and sellers. Absut 63 Lead of bontca aod mults were ale red and Hme 2U sales made. The farmers bare a dUp-iticn to price their stock toe high. Nearly all the atock cfTered was bid up to iu actual value, and in many cases if the owner would have priced his stock only a fsw dollars low, a rale would taTe been con summated. Only five or six buyers were prrrent, but as there was a large ameunt of good stock effered, a Isrger attenl anco is insured for tie next sale, which will take place March 14:h. Ilnoxville came nar having a riot . one day last week, on acccunt cf an order i.-ue i at the instance of the Board f Health fur the removal t the pest bouse of a colored girl sick with small pox. A crowd ol aruel oegroe as sembled at the girl's hcue, contend d that ber family was cortpetett to wait upon Ler without endangering the pub lic, and citing cci where white pa tients confined with the same disease had net been removt d from the care of their relatives, awore thre would l gre if her forcible rtmoTsl was at temp'ed. It may have bvtn an-unne-cefsary and even impudrn' demonstra tion, but e can't hr!p honoring He af fection, white or black, lhaT. clioga to personal care of Us loved oor. The authorities fcbowrd re-pect to the high est human feelings by withdrawing the o.ikr. The second Quarterly Mettlaf of the Morrittwn Sutioe was held by Presid ing Kder T. V. Carroll Saturday at d S in lay latt. There waa a atnall con gregation oa St urday an 1 n-ne at nlht on account of the rain. The nr m on on Sunday waoneof Mr. Carro'l'a bct effort and mule a good impression on the congregation. The aacrsmectal services was cob Jactrd by Rev. IL M. Mickey, who has Just removed to our city and will take charge of this Station for the reft af tfce year. !. A. Q. BlankenUeckler retires cs aceount of imparcfl health which will not aJmil of Lis speakiag in public as tb regular mlcutry rcji rn. He preached a short serrnrn on Sunday night Imt with evi dent fforland labor. The coogrega tloo regret tt part with him ai his labors have been very useful anil aatisfactcry. TUE U ARD WARS TRADE. The hardware busiaeas of Morristown la assuming large proportions, and quite as extensive wholesale trade la being buTt up by the tnterpiiaiag bouse of Mctfjra. Ilowe& Marsh, exclasire whole sale and retail dealers la everything peruinicg to the line. These gentle rata from the beginning have canduct ed their busiaeas with cnsua9m?e skill and ability, and In the very short period of six ibonths have ingratiated it Iota public confidence aod esteem. Tbty Lave exhausted the whole hardware catalogue in selecting their stock, sad to-day have, by far, not roly the finest aaJ lsrrt lias tha! haa ever In en seen In this place, but unquestionably the larrctt ta be found between Kaoxville sod Ljr.clticrg. Their large brick butloess ht-use hi not the capacity ta bol i their i recnt Itnmnn stock an I they are forced to employ outal Je etor age room. At an ladex to their gener al st'xk we; .enumerate a few articles which thoy are carryicg heavy Hoea of, such bs trace chains, lrcnbound barne, handle ar.d eye hoea, steel plows, naiU, riai Incb locks, croa-cut saws. Chat tacooa chllk-d pl.iw, mill saw files, ahnve's, forks. Lammt-rid Iron, csrpet ter's tec Is, leather ar3 aLen fi;idiug, window gl, gum beltiog, and 'Oil Hickory frm wagon. TLey solicit the or ler of .jrcliants in upper Bast Teneea, Western North Carolina and ith-Weaern Virginia, prsmlhiog them gI as low, if not lower, ttaa they cai buy at in any of the Isrger cities, and saving them an important per cent, in tha ar of frei'lt. Orders by mail, either wbjlra'e or retail, iil receive rompt asd careful aUeulion. ANOTHER OUTRAGE. TUB IRREritESSlBLB TATS TVS WARPATH AQAI2C. Ta ta Kditor of T2m Morrtetove Gaartta : CN There is no one that dislikes more than I do to say or write anything, that is calculated to detract from the good reputation of oar usually peaceable and law abiding community, nor would X now do so, but for the fact that this it the second offense of the kind and I the victim. I wrote you soma years sicca, about this season cf the year, sLsut some one Bending me a valentine. They hart been and went and gone and done it again 1 I any to you this is more than frail humanity can endure. There is guio tii be a first claw tragedy In oar rclditt unless some one holds me and my wife especially the latter for tLis abominab e thing pertains to both of us It represents me as being in only one direction, and to it horizontal and toy wife large only In the opposite dlrec Hon that is.perpendicularly. Now, fir, if jcu could-have set n my wife when eh got hold of that valentine I Iloo-ee I I tell you the fire flew out cf her eyes woue than it does from a sliding en gine on a sanded track of a dark night. I feared it would set the baby's clothes on fire but it dlJu't. It beat the elec tric light all hollow. But finally I got Lcr quiet by promising to offer a reward for the scoundrel, which I Lave doue, and asked the Governor to increase the amount and the legislature to Instruct Congress on the subject. Lord t if that fellow knew my wife as well as I do, rather than for her to get Lold of him he would wish that the fourteenth of February only came once in two thous and years, and that it h id juft pasied the day before he was born. When 1 got the thi: g out of the ofiice I sup posed k was only like those I get about the first ot every month, frcca all the merchants, and to which I am so accus tomed that I pav no attention, unless seat by Land that is, the si eriff. I do Ltpe it is true that the legislature Is going to instruct Congres s to raiae tie pc stage on valentines and monthly statements cf account. It would be greatly in tie interest of morality, as it would pay the war debt itbout neces sitating a tax on whisky. But, to resume, if you Can imagine me jumping about riae feet Into the air and cracking cay fists together and frolbiog at the mouth and saying such ugly words as no mortal ever heard said before, you bare my feelings belter than I can describe them otherwise. All I have to aay is front te front bring thou this fiend of of of fourteenth of February and one cent envelopes and and a n-d lordy I lordyl I lor- djlll Yours, Tatk. A LETTER FR02f TEXAS. X HAMBLRX COCSTT MAX MAKES IK AP TIAL TOlCn WK TKCST WllL BE KESP05DKD TO. DkLkon, Texas, Fab. 10. 1883. T tb Editor of Tk If arrialown OuU: As lam an old Tennessean, raised in 3Irristown and Lave many a pleasant recollection of her peopl., I thought I would drop you a line, as through The Oazettk which reaches me weekly lget Tery valuable and interesting news from my old home ar.d friends. The town of DcLeon is io Comanche county. It is la its infancy, being only three years old. It is a railroad town, and is locat ed on the Texas Central. Our depot agent shipped last year more thas 3000 bales of cotton from this station. The population of the town is abeut 150. Our land is very producers. It is a black, sandy soil; plenty of timber and rock very scarce. Our stock eloes well on mu-i'iite gnus; beeves fat and fine. Lied is cheap, ranging from $1 to $3 CO per acre. Our farmers are busy prepar ing f r the next crop, very chance they get. Our stock men hare already corn raa :ed moving. It is interesting tosne the "cowboy" rope a wild steer at full speed. In imitation of Ktue of your local correi-ponder.ts I wiJ gtt t you a sample of our " reiliLorluK-d note :" Three men and a cli'dd were frozen to death in thU county re-ccrctly. A car lad of cotton was destroyed by fire at our depot last week. - We are Laving Iota if snow and cold w-'aher for Texas TLe killing : jack-iabbils is thechief employment of our be.ys. There o .w, let "Uular," "Chucky Bead P. Ic a Cot uer," "Hancock Dick," and all your other " neighborhood no Ut' kee p op their corners for tbe-espe-cial lx.-ti tit of news-hungry Eatt Tea net sean s in Texas. It is thirteen j ears siDcc I was in Morristown, yet every week when The Gazette corse I wan der in Imagination back there aad aay "hwd've a ud shake hands with scores of old friends then brought face to face with me. As we say out here, you make "a durned good psper," aad may count on me as a life subscriber and friecd, and see if I don't have other E. TeaueseVaas around me appreciating your Interesting papier at their two ex pense Instead ef mine Tery soon. I am yours, very truly. The Mas feom Hamblen. WILLIS Jf. rURKET. Tta Uttr t Koniatotia Gaatu: Oar It-Ct Wiun Jaansry 3tU, at half put oca 'dock, ae4 two mastka ul Aaym. Oar lutte WUIka swaMiy aWpa, Aad Buaa on arth caa wkm Ua, Bat b L lad tha aof la wait TU daaia aouU om aad taa Ula. Em lirtW Lfa waa ah jrt an4 art, Aa4 aa4! wt do miaa ktm, WbUa aafala wait at kT,c gttm To walooaaa hlaa anJ kiaa tiia. Farw U, o ir jd aod dartlac otia, la lbr,4k UUa wort I 'ra d rtTao, It will onaiia . heaHa to know Tfcat t Ji ia la beavaa. Ta kiwi of a ava rj korna I vo, I mm lorrI A f abac and a atU r wjs Hat ball mm fcaaa no, trr. It ia fat tan to f to kli A crown, to aim la givan ; Aad they oaa aer tit ain, t'ulaaa tt mart la hcataa. I tltaak tta Lord tor uu word xlo. Ttat liu W faabaa ara tkrlra of taavaa ; Tfcaa 1-4 tna aa aala oomplaia, Muc mj ansaU Utaa la Ilia graat gala. People who unoot speed the season of winds an! oi i rains in sunny Florida s'iouI I keep Dr. Bull's Couii Syrup It thi hia. It is the bet remedy for Colds and Coughs and will relievo suf ferers at nce. The death is gnr-ouocoU at Jjt 'y sic, in tlie fcixly-third year of las aire, of Woolfang von Goethe, the randdon of tho author of. i'aaBt. TJIE NEW ISSUE. MA J. GRIGUBT GIVES AN IXTKR ESTING ACCOUNT OF 80ME THAT WAS STOLEN. Ta Um Xditer cf Tha XorriatowB QaxoUc : I see that a Joint Resolution has pars ed both houses of the Legislature ap pointing a committee to investigate the new r Totbett Isaue of the State bank of Tennessee, and think that a few facts personally known by me concerning a part cf that money which was put in circulation might be of some interest to the public, I will state them as briefiy as possible. In 1SC3, when General Burnsides occupied Bast Tennessee, R. Clay Crawford was in command of a battery knewn aa the First Tennessee Battery, U. S. Volunteers; arriving at Enoxvilie the said Crawford ebtained authority from Gen. Burnsides to re cruit a regiment of artillery; in a short time he left Jnoxril!e for the upper counties of East Tennessee and was gone some two weeks or more; when he returned he had a considerable number of horses, mules, carriages, buggies, itc., and now and then some of the men who was with him on his trip .would have some State bank meney. On the first day of November, 183, Col. R Clay Crawford, w ith a part of his com mand, left Knoxville and marched to Camp Nelsca, Kentucky. All along the road some persons or persons would occasionally pass a blank Tennessee bill of some denomination, from one dollar to five. No one vt detected as the guilty party. Col. R. Clay Craw ford being personally In command not much was said about the matter. We srrived at Camp Nelson about the 12th day of November. In a short time Col. Crawford left and went north to Cin cinnati and probably to New York. In January, 18G4, Col. Crawford took is command to Nashville, Tcnn., where it remained wiih the exception of a few companies. Capt. Vincent Meyers, Co. "C." 1st Ten nessec-Light Artillery, was eft at Najhville. Col. Crawford's heaJquaiters were at Nashville also. Sometime in the spring of 1864, Capt. Meyers preferred charges and specifica tions against Col. R. Clay Crawford for uttering and paasiog counterfeit money of the Bank of Tennessee. Among the several specifications was one that the said Crawford had broken open the Bianch Bank of Tennessee at Rogers- ville, atid had taken therefrom a large mount of unsigned bills of said bank; that he, the said Crawford, bad signed r procured the signing of the said bills counterfeiting the names of E. G. Torbett and F. C. Dunniugton to the same, and that he had passed and caused to bo passed a large amount of said counterfeit money. The said Craw ford was arrested aad one H. C. Avery, who was a Second Lieutenant of Co 'C," 1st Tconessee Light Artillery. Avery was carried before Maj. J. W. Church and CoI.C. O. Loomis, Chiefs of Artillery Maj. Church for the Post of Nashville, and Col. C. O. Loom is for the District of Tennessee and made a full confession of the robbing of the bank atRbgeiwille and of Crawford's Laving had the blank bills filled up and that he, with some other members of the company and regiment, bad acted as Crawford's agent for the passing of said money and that the counterfeiting was so perfect that the bankers of Nashville had not detected the same to be counterfeit that any of the mer chants and brokers of Nashville would take the said money at sixty cents to the dollar readily. On investigation of the statements made by the said Av ery, Capt. Meyers found' about eight thousand dollars in possession of mem bers of Co. "C," 1st Tennessee Light Artillery, some of whom had bought the name of the agents of Col. R. Clay Cra-wlo-d for forty w.-r fifty cents. One had ser.t the amount bought by him heme, believing the same would be worth dollar for dollar when the war was over. Col. Crawford was put on trial by a Court Martial organized by Maj. Gen. George II. Thomas with Gen. Thomas E Champion, late of Knox ville, Tennessee, as President of the same. The charges and specifications were fully sustained and Col. Craw ford was dishonorably dismissed from the service f the United States never to hold oflice f trust and profit in the United Suites, by General Orders No. 150, from Head Quarters Department of the Cumberland, the proceedings of which trial, I suppose, are on file in the Adjutant General's ofllce of the State of Tennessee. Capt. Miller, a brother of the present Senator fiOtn California, was the Judge Advocate who conducted the case for the United States, and J. A. Campbell for Craw ford before the Court Martial. Respectfully, Joseph Criosbt. . Lai cist Lieut, and Capt. Co. "C," 1st Tennessee Artillery, Vols., U. 8. A. Sir. R, G. Permenter, of Alama, Crockett county, says be has used two bottles cf Brswo'e Irn Bitters, which cuieri him of dyspepsia. FRA xVAT LESLIITS POPULA R MOHTULY. The March number Is one nf the most Intert-Htlng that has yet appeared of this attractive Magazine. The opeoieg article by Noel Rutbven, "From Bal rr.otal to Osborne," with its eleven fine Illustrations, is admirable; and the fid lowing will well repay the reader: "Cyclone and Tornadoes, by F. O randy; "Gustavus Adolpbus of Sweden." by Alfred II Guernsey; "Fire la Theatres and their Preven tion," by Horace Townsead; "Tongues from Tombs The Mounds from the United Stales and the Tombs of Peru,' etc, etc. They are elaborately illustra ted. In tbe department of fiction are contributions by W. O. Stoddard, E. a Kei.nctli, May Rutuell, Spencer W. Cone. W. Edgar McCann, etc., etc. There are interesting sketches and ad-rtntiirt-s, poeme of great merit, and a new net ial of great interest is commenc ed, entitled, "The Beautiful Countess of Clalrville." Tne miscellany is com prehensive, amusing and instructive, and the embellishments excellent. A thromois given with each number. "For Lifo or Drtth" is tbe title of the prceut one. Price, 23 cents a copy; 3 a year portpaid Address, Mrs. I rank Le-slle, Publisher, 53, 55 and 57 Purk PI. ee, New York. A CJootl Foundation. : In American hous-'holds tha prevail ing citnplaiDts a'e weakness of the stomach and its consequences, Indiges tion, ni rvotijues and rheumatism. Such sufferers cm lay a g-xxl foundation for hea'th by using Park's Ginger Tonic as it t-iveh up the tinacb aod nerves, and k;ps tne kidueya c iv to carry oil the foul matter. N. O. Ptcayuni. . THE LEGISLATURE. STA'OPSISOF PROCEEDINGS LAST WEEK. Ia the Senate, on the 12th, among: tha new bills introduced was one by Mr. Simmerly, making it a feleny to carry a pistol. Tbe bill excepts officers in the discharge of their duty. House bill on third reading, to prevent Collectors be coming securities, was tabled. Senate bill on third reading, to abolish the Ag ricultural Bureau, waa rejected. The bill allowing halders of bonds to sue the State, was rejected, ayes 21, nays 9. . i.c-;.r. . '. ..... .. In the House, no business noteworthy was transacted. In the Senate, on the 13th, the discus sion of the Polk reward bill consumed most of the 3 ay, without final action. - In the House, among the new bills in troduced wits one by Mr. Butler, To en able railroad companies to procure tbe necessary equipments and rolling stock ai d to operate their roads so as to ac commodate shippers by more rapidly moving the produce of the btate. In the Senate, on the 14th, the Polk reward bill passed its third reading by a vote of 24 ayes, 6 noes. In the House, a number of House bills on second reading were disposed of. In the Senate, on the 15th, the con sideration of Seuate bills on third read lag occupied most of the day. The bill to amend the criminal laws by extend ing to defendants in criminal cases tbe right to testify In their own behalf was passed, ayes 19, noes 11, Mr. Sherwood's amendment adding "and no attorney general shall comment therean," having been tabled. , .... In the House, Mr. Burnett presented a petition of citizens usking the repeal of tbe charter ef Newport, accompan ied with a bill to that end;one authoriz ing Newport to elect a constable and another requiring persons bringing suit for divorce to give security; by Mr. Samsell, to allow husbands to convey the homestead where the wife is of un sound mind; to protect farmers from spurious fertilizers; limiting the service of our State Treasurer to two years and to give justices of the peace jurisdic tion over misdemeanors. The afternoon session was devoted to considering tbe report of the committee on the contest ed seat case of Steger against Rivers. In the Senate on the 16th, a bill pro viding for tbe organization of jockey clubs passed its third reading. In tbe House, the consideration of the contested election case of Steger ts. Rivers was considered without final ac tion. In the Senate, on the 17th, Mr. At kins's bill to compensate judges and clerks of State and connty elections and force them to serve, passed its third reading'. The bill gives $1 50 per day to each, and fixes a fine of $5 for failure to serve, without a sufficient excuse. In tbe House, the minority report,' al lowing Rivers to retain bis seat, was adopted by a vote of 55 ayes to 34 noes. Rosadalis Is the Great Southern Remedy for the cure of Scrofulous Taint, Rheuma tism, White Swelling, Gout, Goitre, Consumption, Bronchitis, Nervous De bility, Malaria, and all diseases arising from an impure condition ot the Blood. The merits f this valuable prepara tion are so well known that a passing notice is but necessary to remind tbe readers of this journal of the necessity of always having a bottle of Roaadalin among their stock of family necessities. Certificates can be presented from many leading Physicians, Ministers, and heads of families throughout thu South endorsing liotadalit In the highest terms. We are constantly in receipt of certificates of cures from the most .re liable sources, and we do nos hesitate to recommend it a the best known remedy for the cure of the above dis eases. The Kingston Patriot gives this ac count of the'remarkable freaks of a hog: Last Wednesday, a ho$ followed a gen tleman from Papaw Ford, which is ten mites east of Kingston, into town, trot ting along at bis horse's heels as though it were a dog. After coming into town it got lost from the horse, and as It was straying about the streets it came across sheriff Sparks as he was starting to the country. It followed him to James's Ferry, on the Tennessee river, a dis tance of three miles, where the sheriH crossed the river. Not being taken in the boat, the hog swam the river, com ing out considerably below the landing on the onposite side. Losing trace of the horse it swam back to the other side where it remained until the sheriff, re turned, whereupon it met him compla cently, and followed back to town. Oa not being admitted to tbe stable with the horse it made visible signs of regret and lingered near the door during the night as attentively as a watch dog, and unwillingly left the stable when it was coaxed oil with fee). These are posi tive facts. We have it on exhibition, and it is being regarded as Owe of the seven wonders. An Impossibility. Deserving articles are always appre ciated. The exceptional cleanliness of Parker's Hair Balsam makes it popular. ' Only hairs are impossible with its oc casional use. THE REV. GEC. H.. THAYER, of Bourbon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wire owe our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE." ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indi gestion, constipation, dizziness, loss of appetite, yellow skin f Shiloh's Vital izer is a positive cure, WHY WILL YOU cough when Shi loh's Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10 cts., 50 cts. and $1 SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY a positive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheiia and Canker Mouth. . "nACKMETACK.'' a lasting and fra grant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents. SH ILOH'SCURE WILL immediately relieve Croup, Whooping Cough and Brochitis. ; FOR . DYSPEPSIA and Liver Com plaint, you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of SbiUh'a Vitalizer. Jt never fails to euro. A NASAL (N J ECTOR free with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Prion 50 cents. For sale by W. P. Carriger. , : A Happy Man. If it bn true, and we presume it is, that that man ia happiest who makes others happy, then Dr. Hart must enjoy a very, enviable sort of feeling, for where can a man bo found who has done more to relieve fullering than he has, by giving to the world his celebrated medicine, Hart's Relief, Discovery, Pill, Ac. ... . . fARDLAW Mttk?M. D, Practice Limited tp Diseatet of m, m hwb, OFFICE: , V ... - 4 e . ' t With Da. B. O. Simkons, Dentiat, Church Street, i Eaat of Gay Street, OFFICE H0UBS: 9 13 A. at. 8 5 p.m. KNOXVILLE, TENS. jan31 83 3m PERSONAL. John W. Hailt;, Esq., is recovering. Rev. J. G. McFerrin, of Tusculum, made us an agreeable call while in town one day last. . Mrs. Wm. McFarland, we regret to chronicle, was taken seriously ill? last week and has been confined to her room since under treatment of Dr. Neilson. . Judge Robt. McFarland leftlast week for Hot Springs, Arkinsas, to try the efficacy of the water on Ins rheumatic affliction. We trust be win una per manent relief. The Gazette's life time friend, 'Squire W. R. Stubblefleld, of Moores burg, Hawkins county, wa3 in town last week and gaye us an acceptable call. Rev. Mr. Blankenbeckler, who has been in charge of Morristown Station for the past 3 months and who is com pelled, by affliction, to retire from tne pastoral work a second time has great ly endeared himself to the members of his charge, and proved himself highly useful aa a minister. We were pleased to meet in the city 4st week our urbane and popularyoung friend, G. T. Gaines, of Knoxville, who represents the well-know hat house of Dyer, Taylor & Co., Boston, Mass. Townsend is as clever as he is good looking, and hardly ever fails to make happy the hearts of , merchants whom he sells. Rev. R. M. Hickey, late of Rome, Ga., who recently purchased the haod some'suburban property known as the Shannon place, reached our city last week with his family and furniture, and is permanently domiciled in our town. Mr. Hickey is well-known throughout this division of tbe State, and especially is he well known and beloved in this section, as to his efforts and earnest labors as much as any e.tber maa's, is Southern Methodism indebted for the hold it has on tbe people of East Ten nessee to-dsy. We cordially welcome him and his family to permanent citi zenship, and congratulate the brethren that he will probably fill the pulpit as station preacher for the remainder of this conference year. CHANGE OF APPOINTMENTS. Owing to a conflict with an appoint ment previously made, the Quarterly Meeting for the Morristown Circuit, M. E. Church, South, will be held Februa ry 24-25 at Russellville, instead of Feb. 17-15 as published. Official members and others will please note the change. J. R. Patne. August Diefienthal arrived in New York from Europe about three months ago en route for his brother's farm in California. The day he was to have left he died of heart disease and was buried. Two trunks of the deceased were taken possession of by the public administra tor, but only rough clothing was found. When his brother was notified of the matter he wrote the public administra tor that there ought to be a large sum of money on the deceased, and to make an investigation. Last week there- mains were disinterred. Three under shirts were found upon the body in the under one of which, in&ide, in a secret pocket, was discovered $2,000 in cur rent notes. Oa the Sunday after the suicide of John Kenny in the Raymond street jail the R -v. T. DeWitt Talmage wrote to Mrs. Kenny the following letter : Mrs. Kenhy : Though I never saw you or your husband, I cannot this morning go to church till I have ex pressed my deepest sympathy for you and your children in this day of dire calamity. I cannot read of your disas ter without tears. God only can com fort such a stupendous grief. Take your children in your arms and go to Him who hath promised to be the God of the widow and the father of. the fitherless. May tbe arras of Almighty consolation hold you up I Those who htve God for their portion ought not to feel forsaken. If I had thought that you would have many letters of condolence, I wnuld not, being a 3tiai:ger, have sent this. With a prayer I close this letter. T. Dr Witt Talmagb. Honest anel Liberal. When the Hops in each bottle of Hop Bitters (at the present price. $1 25 per pound,) cost more than tbe bottle is sold for, besides the otht-r costly medicines, aod the quality and price are kept the same, we think it ia honest and liberal in the proprietors, and no one should complain, or buy or use worthless stulf, or cheating bogus imitations b caute tbe price is less. CITY ITEMS. Don't fail to see and try that 10 cents Coffee at Bewley & Riggs's. Don't fail to see the Great Reduction in Woolen Goods, Gloves. &c, &c., at Bewley fe Riggs's. Dr. C. L. Tucker will locate In Mor ristown the 1st of February, and will remain from the 1st to the 20th of each month. Ofiice will be In the McFarland building. janSl 4t Farmers and others desiring a gen teel, lucrative agency business, by vhicb $5 to $20 a day can be earned, send address at once, on postal, to H. C. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197 Fulton Street, New YorkT (Jan. 3, '836mos. 03 Bags of Coffee in One Month! Tbe popular bouse of Goodson 3z Blair is making a big drive in the grocery line. Within the last month they have sold 93 bag of coiTeet The largest amou r.l of this stimulating grain ever told In Morristown in the same length of time. Their grocery department is a leading feature of the house and is jt model of its kind. A mammoth stock, almost inexhaustible, is constantly on hand. You can get almost anything you call for in tbe way of groceries nnd at the tery lsipttt prices. Call and b e for yourself. AV CD 1 I G El m rpHE FtBil OF BEOWX, WEIXS Jt HOYT 18 I is tuia dv dlaaolved oy mutual consent. W J. IIott retiring. The store buHiueaa will b coo dtifted by J. C. Kbowm aad E. J Wli.s, under the firm name of BltOWS k WEIX3". AU tha aa. -t and liabiutit-a of the late firm will be adjusted by JJitows & WaxLS. 3.C. EBOW?f, . E. J. WELLS, W.J. lioxr. Ua lm bonght Tan-Yard ant Stock an3 tba Wilson shop business, with all tha assets cf tbe same, 1 iU couuuua the business aa Drrrvrore. w.J. HOYT, . New Advertisements. NOTICE EXTRAORDHTAR" GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES AT S R. JAEGERIilANN & CO., ST. LOUIS, T.10. Diaffliidii. Wate AT FULLY 25 PER GOLD HOWARD STEM WINDER WATCHES ADJUSTED TO HEAT, COLD AXD POSITION, Patent Regulator, reduced from 8170 to 81UO. Solid Silver, dust and waterproof, Wal tliam Stemvijinder Watches reduced from $25 to $20. ... . . We have Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry at all prices, and parties wishing to buy poods of this kind wiU please state price they desire to pay and we will send the best article they possib'y can (ret for tbe money. Goods sent on approval to parties furnishing pood reference. To parties not having such connections we send goods O. O. D. by express, with privilege of examination before paying for same, or by registered mail on receipt of sufficient money to cover the bili. We give a written guar antee for all goods we Bell. Liberal disceunt to Dealers or Agents selling Watches for us. -Address ail letters, R. JAEGERMANN & CO., St. Louis Mo. fb21 3m SUCCESSOR TO D. C. 31. LYLE, . r-A.SHT03SrjA.BXJE CUSTOM Boot, Shoe, and Gaiter Maker, .liOISRMNTOnW TJJ Sprcial attention giveu to ordera by mail. iixLitaag' AND DEALERS IN Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Window Stationery, Family Groceries, Patent Medicines, Perfumery and Fine ToUet ' Articles in Great Variety. ' tw Physician's prescriptions carefully prepared . Opposite Earnest & Briscoe, ESTABLISHED 1816. CH AS. SIMON. & SONS, 03 N, Howard Street, BALTIMORE MD. Importeia and Dealers In DRY GOODS Of Every Description. Lafiies' . EeaJj-IMe Merwear, . " i i . . . : CORSETS, &c. SAMPLES SENT FKEE. Herders amounting to $20 or over sent free of freight charges by expresa. DRESS-MAKIN G DEPARTMENT. Rules for "self-measurement, samples of materials, -with estimate cf cost, sent upon application. TERMS CASH. feb21 83 ly - - - ISTIIT VMaMfiUI I aa 'T7 Invalids, broken down in hlth and splr ita br ehrnio dyspepsia, i anflerniar front tha terrible exhaustion that iollows the attack of acute disease, the testimony, ot thousand who have been rauKd as by a miracle from a similar- 6tate or pros tration by . Iloatetter'a Stomach Bitters, ia a sure guarantee that by the same means you, too, may be strengthened and restored. ; For sale by all Prupgists and Dealers , , ' . . generally. L. C. S HEPARDi 1 j?ix.T v. UNDERTAKER, : IC no xville , T e nii. TCVKRY DESCRIPTION OF I!"1 i ..!,. i..v.ttTiiliniiM. Wood Caskets and Cortina of every Grade and price, ready for naa. Ordera by Telegrapn wm rwiiT al and prompt attention Tarma aatlefaetorv.-- GREAT COMBINATION! - The Morristown Gazette fcmrest's Illustrate! . v '. ? MONTHLY MAGAZINE, BOTH PUBLICATIONS, ONE YEAR, FOB S3.50 (Three Fifty!) irhElIOREST'S MONTHLY IS iLM justly entitled tha World's Model Magazine. The Largetit in Form, the Largest in Circulation, and the best TWO IoUar Family Magazine issued. 1883 will be the nineteenth year of its publication; it is now improved ao extensively aa to nlaca it in the front rank of Family Periodicals, and equal to any magsaine. Itcontaina 6 pagea, large uuarto W x UJtf inches, elegantly printed on tinted pa per, fully illustrnted. each number having steal engravings, oil li. ture, or art subjects published by W. Jeuuiuga Demurest, Sew York, and by special agreement combined with THE MORRISTOWN GAZETTE. linns? S - - h ws;- CENT. REDUCTION ! Shop on the BB., near Cain House. ' febMtf Glass, lamp?, Clocks: Books! mch296m MORRISTOWN, TENN Trustee's SALE OF LAND. BY VIETUE OF THE AU thority In me veste t by Doed in Trust exe cuted by Mary Counts, 8. L. Huffmaater and wife, Betty Ann Huffmaster, on the 25th day of August, 1830, which deed ia registered in the Register's ofiice, for Hamblen county, Tenn., in Deed of Trust Book No. 1, pages 573 and 574, 1 will sell at pnblio out-cry, to the highest bidder, for cash In hand, 'at the Court Houho door iu Morristown, Tenn , on Saturday, 17tli Iay of March, 1883, the tract of land described In said Deed, lying in the civil district of Hamblen county, adjoin ing the lot of Dr. T. T. Carson and othora, con taining about 43 acres. Said Deed in Trust was made to secure the payment of a note for $350 00 dne Jacob . Hodges, due at 12 months from date, and dated August 25, )80, with interest, and any other indebtedness by note of said Huffmaster and wife to said Hodge if roitde within 12 months from the date of said Trust Deed. -Ihis February 9, 1883. A. D. HUFFMASTER, Trustee. febll 4w Justice of the Peace Publication. State of Tennessee, Hamblen Co. . i Notice in Attachment Case. ". Frederick Netherland vs. W. H. Goodrich. N THIS CAUSE IT. APPEAR- ing by affidavit -that the defendant, W. H. Goodrich, ia justly indebted to the plaintiff by account, $18 00, and is a non-resident of the State, ao that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him. An attachment having been levied on his property, it is therefore ordered tuat publication be made in The Mobbihtown Ga zbttk, a- newspaper published in the town of Morristown, for four successive weeks, command ing the said W. H. Goodrich to appear before ma or aome other Justice of the Peace in the town of Whitesburg, in the 11th civil district of said coun ty, on the 10th day of March, 1883, and make de fense to said suit agaii'jit him, or it will bo pro ceeded ex-parte. , WM. A. im&JN, J . f. feb!4 tw , for Hamblen County. STATE OF TENNESSEE, Claiborne County. Dougherty k Baylor vs. The Richmond and Louis ville Railroad Company. N THIS CAUSE IT APPEAR imt bv affidavit that theeyieiendant, Rich mond & Louisville Railroad Company, is greatly indebted to the plaintiff, and are non-residents of the State, so that the ordinary process ot law can not be served upon them an original attachment having been levied on their property. It is there fore ordered that publication be made in Thi MoBBiaTOWN Gazettk, a newspaper published in the town of Morritjtowu, Tennessee, for four suc cessive weeks, commanding the said Richmond and Louisville Railroad Company to appear before me at my dwelling h iU.se, iu the 4th civil district in said county, on the 38th day of February, 1888, and make defense to said suit against them, or it will be proceeded with ex-pabtb. ' T. A. HAMILTON, J. P., : - for Claiborne county. January 31, 1883 4wks. Dwelling Houses, AND Address, - JoSin Toland, HEAL ESTATE AGENT, Morristown, Tenn. janl7 3 it" ADVERTISING sonfcrmcta made lor Tins rAFFH, which ia kep onuiewiUi 1 LORB fc THOMAS. Advertising Amenta, Cbicaffo, IX LOTS ' Jlw Mdvertisemenls. East Tennessee ' Virginia and . Gorffia Railroad : ';,. v a.. :.: '' ' ff I Rfl f" ---I- A . BT3 1 ' r? 11 IW4C ' I A D La Si m , ; J -Effect January 1-, 1883, : " I (Louisvila Time.) - ' : Daily. Dally ) No. X Daily ' Ho. 4. Eastward.-- Ex Snnd. No. 8 Lv Chattanooga 8 40 a m 9 18 am 9 60am 10 20 a Tti 12 10 p m 12 46 p m 115 pm 2 05 p m 3 41pm J 15pm 3 44 p n 4 47 pm. 5 00 p m. 6 40fptn. 7 16 p m. 8 23 p m 9 2S p m. 9 45 p m. 7 55 p. m a 28 p. aa 8 87 p, in 9 29 p. m Ar. uoltewaa... Cleveland... " t Charleston.. " Athens ... . Sweetwater. Loudon . . ' " Knoxville. .. 10 67 a di 11 3D a m 10 00 p. m 10 28 p. m 10 3 p. m 11 -65 p. tn 12 03 p m 1 00 pm Lv-Knoxville.. j Ar Morristown. 12 as a. rn 1 Clt, m 2 01 a. m 3 47 a. m 3 34 a. m 3 56 a. m 4 47 a. m " Rogers v. J.. " ' Gretneville.. " ' Jonesboro. . . i ' Johnson's... j " Bristol, :.:..' J10 50 p A'. Daily Ex Sim'd No. 33. Daly, o.- 3. Daily Ko. 1. Westward; Lv Bristol...'... Ar Jounson'a... . 10 20 pm 11 1 pm 11 40 p m 12 3 am 1 26 a ra 2 00 a ni. 8 30 am 30 a m 4 44 a m. 5 11am. 5 43 a m. 6 18 a m. 6 45 a m. 7 33 a m . 8 10 am. 6 45am. 6 37 a m. 6 55 am. 7 46 a m . 8 SO a m. 9 21 am. Joueab'iro. . " Greeneville . " Rogersv. Jc " Morris town. " Knoxville 10 59 a m. 11 00 a m. 12 03 pm. Lv Knoxville.. . 40 p m 44 pm Oi p m 43 p m 19 p m 60 p m V8 p m 15 p m Ar Loudon .-. . " Sweetwater.. " AtheDS " Charlestou. ' Cleveland... " Ooltewah " Chattan ooga 12 SO p ra. I oo p m . 1 35 p te. 2 05 p m. 2 S3 pm, 3 30 p m . Ohio Division. Read - Read up down. PASSENGER 2 50 J) m 8 65 p m. 4 30 n ni Lve, Knoxville, Heiskell's, Clinton, Coal Creekj Careyville, Arr.1'10 05 a. m. 9 00 a. m. 8 25 a. m. 7 45 a. m. 6 00 a . m . 5 25 p rn o io p m . Arr. Lve Xorth Carolina Division. STATIOXS. Passenger. Mixed. Leaves Morristown.. 9 45 a m. I 6 45 a ni. 1 30. p m. 11 25 p m. 2 15 p u. 12 35 p in. 6 00 p nl 4 25 p m . Arrives Warm Kpriugs... Leaves Warm SiiriniH. , Arrives Morritown. COXNECTIOJJ8. AT CHATTANOOGA with raUrcad linea diverg ing, making direct, close connection ror all points North-west, West and Boutll-went. AT OOLTEWAH ASD CLEVELAND with Georgia Division for Atlanta and all points South, South east and South-west. AT KNOXVILLE with Ohio Division and Knox- ville and Augusta railroad. . AT MORRISTOWN with North Carolina Division for Warm Springs, N. C, and all Western and Middle North Carolina points - ' AT ROGERS VI LL JONOTION with- Rocers- vill and Jefferson railroad. ' AT JOHNSON'S with East Tennessee and West ern North Carolina railroad. 1 AT BRISTOL with Norfolk and Western railroad, connecting closely for all Virginia and Eastern Cities, via . Lynchburg and all Eastern, Middle and Northern States points, via. Roanoke and Shenandoah Valley Route. AT WARM SPRINGS with Western North Caro lina railroad for Ashevil.e, Morgan ton, States ville, Salisbury and all points iu North Carolina. sleepijJg-car service. Nob. 1 and 2 have Leibton sleeper, between Memphis and Lynchburg. , Nos. 8 and 4 have Pullman Palace Sleeping Cara between Memphis and New York, via. Shenan doah Valley route; also Pullman Sleeping Cara between New Orleaus and Washington via. Atlan ta, Cleveland aBd Lynchburg. - , 7 , A. POPE, G. P. h T. Agt. Lynchburg, Va. F. K. HTJGER, Sup., Knoxville, Tenn. JOSEPH GOTHARD, A,. G. X. A., Knoxville, Tenn. dec30 82 tf Norfolk & Western Railroad. Time Table in effect Nov. Zrd, 1882 WESTWARD DAILY Waahington time No.l." No. 3. No. II. Lv Norfolk "Suffolk Ar Pet'sburg Lv Pet'sburg " Buikeville ' Farmville Ar Lynchburg LvLvnchburg " Liberty . " Roanoke Ar Big Spring Lv Cliris'b'g " Wytueville " Marion Abingdon Ar Bristol 12: 25 p. in l:13p.m 3:35p.m 3:50p m 6:llp m 6:50 m 9:00p.m 9:30p.m 10:38p.m 12:15a. m 12 57a.ni l:32a.m 3:22a n 4:2iia.m 5:3.1a. m :09a.m 2 40 pm 3 32 pm 4 3'J pm 5 22 pm 6 00 pm 8 Oti pm Q ItM nm 10 14 pm CONNECTIONS. At PETERSBURG, with R. It P. RR. for Rich mond and springs on C. k O. Ry ., Fredericksburg, Washington, Baltimore and the North aud Raat. Through Pullman Car ,from Petersburg to New Tork. Solid trains Petersburg to Washington. At BURKEVILLE with Richmond k Danville RR. for the South. At LYNCHBURG, with Virginia Midland Rail way to and from the South aud North, and with Richmond and Alleghany RR. for Buchanan, Clifton Forge and O. k O. Eyi pointa. At BRISTOL v.-ith E. Tenn., Va. k Ga. Railroaa for Knoxville, Dalton, Chattanooga and all pointa South, West and South -West; . ! ' Ne . 1 has Leighton Sleepers from Lynchburg to Memphis. . , - No. 3 has Pullman Sleeperfrom Washinajtion via Knoxville and Atlanta to New Orleaus, connect, ing thenco with Sleeper to Houston and Ban-Antonio, without change, and from New. Tork to Memphis vit'S. V. H R. and Roanoke. Only one charge from Washington to .San Antonio ia Pullman cars. , ' . , i', EASTWARD DAILY ' Washington , . time. No. S, No. 4. No. ltt Lv Brist-il -..HKSp.m 632am . .. . ., "Abingdon U 07 a.m 2 a to ............ "Marion .;' 113am 7 03 am ............ " Wvtheville 2 17 " 8 17am "Christ'b'g 4 8 - 9 67 a hi i..:..... Big Sacing 4 42 10 SO a m . . . "Roanoke 5 35 "1120am ". " Liberty 55 ,1182pm : .... . . ArLynchb'g 8 00 " 180pm LvLynchb'g 8 20 " . .......... "Farmville 10 14 " ...... " Burkeviile 11 00 " .". ArPefsburg 12 55 pm '. Lv Pet'sburg 1 0 " ...... " Snffolk 8 28 " ArNorfolk- 4.15 " .....I :' ' CONNECTIONS. AtTtOANOkiE. No. 4 with the 8. V. R.R. for Lnray, Hagerstown, Baltimore, Puiladelphi and New York, inrougn Bieeper irom nempmi w Mew York via Harrisburg. Leighton Sleeper on No 2, Memphia to Lynchbnrg Pullman Sleeper on No. 4, New Orleans to Washington, via Lynch burg, and from Knoxville to Lynchburg. . ! At llMJUounu wnu Virginia aiiuiauu xutu way for Danville and North Carolina points, an4 for Washington aud Eastern cities. At BURKEVILLE connect with Richmond k Danville R. R. for Richmond. Through car from Lynchburg to Richmond . At PETERSBURG with P. R. R. for Weldea, Raleigh, Goldsboro, Wilmington, and the Souta East. At NORFOLK, with Bay Line Bteamera dally except Sunday, for Baltimore thence rail to Phil adelphia and New York ; with Old Dominion Steam era, on Monday, Wadneadaya and Saturdaya for New York, and on Tuesdays and Fridaya with M. 4M.T Co. for Boston and Providence. First and Second-clasa tickets aa low aa tha low est 150 lbs. of Baggage checked free to each whole ticket, and 73 lba. to each half ticket. 1600 mile tickets, $37 SO ; 1000 mile tickets, $30 00. For further information aa to tickets, ratas, baggage checks, Ao., call on or addreaa, HENKY FINK. V. P. Gen'l Manager. A. POPE, G. P. & T. A., Lynchburg, Va. Tbe Cream of all Books of Ad : venture. - Pioneer Heroes , T n "ra5 T- rr r rl m , . The thrilling adveutuiva of all tha hero explorer and froutUr fight era with Indiana, "outlaws and wild beawts," over "our whole country from tha earliest timet to the present Uvea and fsmona exploits cf DeSoto, IaSalle, 8tand!h', Boonr, Kenton, Bradv, Crockett, Howie, Houston. C iraon, . , ' ; . . . 11 . ! I Till T I . . I 1 . ! 1 Getis 2Iiles aud Crook, great Iudin CUUfa and scores or others.- Uorgaoumy iuustratna wun i,a fine eogravintis to the life . Ageuta Wanted. Low prices and beats anything to sell. . STANDARD BOOK CO., St. Louis, Mo. lyon&healyS 1 State Monroe St.,Ch)caaow I BAND CATALOCOf, f jawf ft i.vx sit (. w atiui . 3 of I oiUTiiotnu, botta, tp, u-a vS 1 Vanu.ni, tpouku, Cp-La A Drum MuorH bu'fv a Hervqus Eshaustioa, ' v' Prcxnatisro Decay, v 1 Iiosa of -I&emory." An 80 pae Cloth -bound Took of wholwome Advtc to oims N'en, by a l:pular 1'bysician. CSMT ETr- I? F? ea rw-wiptof two Uir-HM y t, 1 r ll -- .hiiuix. Addta TKS HEALTH JCt'EHAl, KilVAUKEC.LIS. 7 . iii'