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T II K MORitlSTOWN GAZETTE, MAY 10, 1883.
The MarristoTrn Gazstte, iff """ -f"" IP "'"t "ST 1 Tf WEDNESDAY, Mat 16, ISS8. DR. CH. C. THOMPSON. lHstae$ of LU OVARIES, OEXITO-UKIN'AItV . -I; -rrn v. r KKCTU3I AND ANUS, EicluTf UratoJ. p . - -Pile, (5 rrptnorfliaidi, Tirririt1iottt ibe KiUfe. Llture. pr CfptJc. oJ WJtlo'utiiy more" pH in lh IMe ltimelres cjotc. , , . jF.t- t " rt Local iVotes and Other Neict. 1 " Are you roiaj; to Low 1 niLt ? . i - TUe aoJa fount at W. P. Crrier'a ixzeth. OrVr a million and a half of eggsbava firma tinea last January. , . , i ycMr i'if JJ Klker ia Ebos county a year , was eeu ttaced to the pcoltealiary Ust waek for f.ayeart. " Tat tejloae Ua btweo Morria towa a&4 Tale Firing! it an aitarad jfaet al will V bailt at a early day. 4 Karrtitowa eonpany will let tbe con tract. ' - A new acLaJale over tie I'm'. Teo iwitee, Virginfa anl Georgia raaJ fioea iotoeSect, it if aaMneit Sunday . Fat er lima ia one of lb a4f aniajea (t) cf JSt new achetla!e. ' . General Lee's monument at Lexing k4m, Va.rwiikU nataeiied --Jib- 6 JfTorn ITi.wi!l nveokle. Jtacrsl w mm . . -- r--,- I Joarfiju 2. Mfc-f.il J. ill a ia .vl I be t ba f it ie t art0 amilllrfU'1! W.jiyajel, ta orator, There are fifirm cual ibines on tbe aosvi:e and, Obio aiiruMl. between XTaox'ville'and the State line, and tbe Ckrvnile sayt there is a daily average receipt of sixty car loads per day in that ml i it i ' ' T V ' ; Tbe municipal elcctioa beld at Ilog- ersviHe on the 5th rivalted lo the elec tion ef Wm. Ptper llayof; John' Has ten, II. J, lan, .V, ti.JCice, A. J. Fatbuh, Geo. A. Murrsy, Wra. Ntill sod A- I), ilajrnter, AJJermeo. f ; Now is the time to bave all filth and gaibagereraoved (jsa ynur peraiMo. The hot ttaaa is upon na, and aucb things brewd malaria and fvrrs. and it it to the best interest of all that every tb!sg be tepf ia glK.norder. Let" the sanitary coainiiUee of, the crpttioB look well Into this matter. . The Gazette wa tba recipu ut af a real ccmplinseut Monday at the band of the Standard Dramatic Company. It was a serenade by their excellent bacd. Tbe muic was rendered. aiur a master- ,Iy ttyle aa4 pYaved true- buliu'ii 'tbe drooping spiriU cf the wea ry labrris of tbepresi! 'Tbanka.jtuJeJtieaJkj(V i Tli aucjloaaala of. tl aeaaoa' aeala frtbIoar tgbtr-nf Knoxvl!!es mu taic festival occ arrev Wednesday night cf !al week, bttub'i Qperm floii&e will aaat aae tbouaatid pople, atkt Las one hvbvs mw.m iaka iu me 'it. vuc bundred and eiUtj-5vj koico seats told for $1,222. - fTArt GTaK;atknwIedgea tbecaur Vy " of a couiptimentary invitation, beautifully executed ia print, to the Coronation (Fancy Drew) Ball, to be give s" by tbe Kaoxville Taurnamai.t AJaocfaUon ? '4f3 :b1i Optra Ilea . Frilsylcveaibg; M4yt ab.M Tha c easloo "'"wilfna doabt be brlHiant one, aad a auccesajw trusty ia .every par ticular. ' : The luaat , Taonetset Saadsy acboal Canveation met lsst Wedaesday at JobsaoB City wilb a large attendance. The sestioa was' one of muck interest mas! considerable, work wit alceupEsb ad. J. J Coila was elected president; VT. E. Everett, aerretary; Will A.Mc Taer, assistaar- Becrettrj; Il. Isaac Emory, autistica aeeietary; n. C. An tio, secretary. Ttia jnrr.ia the eve fcf Aodr Taj.'ar. atmoucun, lat Thursday, received the cbarge of the Judge aad ia a short tirna returned with a verdict, finding Taylor guilty of ycfrtcf ttt first., degree wits jnl mtirVarfng'circumstancer. Death sentence was passed Friday, and tha prit aer twk aa appeal to this ,Sa Court. He ts now coaSned ia the, CbaVanouJB.n xosly gtard eVl to'avert anything Tike mob violence. ThoaauajjieeUagf..liMt.stlU4ol4 fl'ut LtLlasjTuLLauk LJlottt.oowa' uet on the lOtb, and transa tad the usu al business pertainiag to sucb meetings. All the aloek holder ware preasnt except lour, aad they- by proiy.- The follow iag Board af Directors wera elected for the ensuing year, to-wit: J. G. Bose, Jobtf Motf b ey;..' a; UAwtJC Ur.-J-L. nowell aud J. O. IUce. Tbe Direc tas ea oa-orgiaired' an I 'erected 'by a5;slOiaU.o.UoB. .J.jGJXoaor4fraal deal, and Jno. Mwrphay, Cashief of the BiaklfSr 2a tatatot vearl 1 if i vi 1 - I i - t A vhntlo the brickyard of Major T. ! , C Caia, ia the northern taburbt of jour town, one day last week, waa' k deligbt-' fl exaction, busiueHaiyf, path eomared with the itagnatich of a. (wt waei. previous. tH baa twt"-mlUt laUfteritloaad turn out aboif fo.Ofo' brick 4ayjTbe Ijaal, ia bnilerjlblf 1 aimed iaUtuperrlsion af Mr. E. Bslrd. Bexrnrfcl Swjj! knBbfi-l rbiso'a. Tlie1ioulders are MeurswVm. Ra,Ier and J. .f.j rtl4,Ithf Wmi& wbata MsJ. Cain will waer can ,ild 10,000 briVk io ldbcra time Tbi pr aeat kiln Is to coaip m brlcitfj t- .i ,fl mtt, iUOi The season of bit eoatsai. TbfmaY boy! He diggetb fligollrot-tbft aagla worw-aiid gaeth f fishes; gleeful ly, b'if peraiveniure be'retorotth at Bight and briagctb it- hotnt stificient f tedwUera f lb dep ta allay tha tbira cf ber that aiingatb wondetfally," faaruUyta4 wall, tha- bai( brasb, the Upper and the shovel, be may prepare bisaself by ttich art as Is ta bim,fnl k no f Ae ce ml n g wrltV-f'orAS W aver aad the reflection, "bays will b boys" and iaolbra will be unreasot abW, -an-CUie Real-bag disappeared ayileTiouTy and cometh anil goeih at the occasion tlemaadeth. f Tte cmmenceinent exercisea of the Btptist Female College, at Brlstpl, Teniywee, w-ijl cerae affn the eTen- before tbe Young Ladtea' Literary Soc. ety will be dtlircreJ ftyRer. Dr: Strick Tffi3, of KnoxTllle, oi tbe 21th at 10 o'clock, a. u. AJ1 JoTited. We rectired a plaaant call last week trooi EJwlo JJabbaax,. ot .tbe Cresent City Scltzar ar.d Mineral Watert Manu fictujring CfWpany tC New Otleaoa, La. Mr. D. ia temporarily located at TIbntt Station wbete be ia conduct- ioc abraocn ortba Wrleans con cern. 11a baa firtt-clasa nacbioery and Us iMentfonateto go Into tbe'bottllog buiJveu extensively in this aection Front a sample of bit manufacture left at tliit olUca we are enabled to say that his mineral water It equal to any we have ever drank. " He is an iateTlint gentleman andJiyaH racing tjU be encouraged toiestablisb liu wr rkt -at mm .... Jon mp- mm-. Monistown. I JV-t wtueiiuciU J UuaytbaLa pkc ic will be given by the Tate Spring's Sun-dajitcbool-ln" tbit tleinity of Tate printra, oo Satardar; "June 2-J. TLU is on of tbe most iateresting Sabbalb achcaU in Craisgat county. Dr. Pierce, aaperiateadent. -- and W7 'ft. Fmidep aecfetarj; ar etterjra tie workers, la tbe cause aad are to be congratulated on tbe pioaperous school tbey bave at Tata'. Tbe abova"occaia, will doubtlesa b a delightful Be to teachers, pupil and friends. m. A banner preaentaiion to tbe mast merftoriout class will lie an at tractive feature of the picoia Cbtiice music mill be furnished, aad the public general! it Invited to Bttend. Uuadredf t hi frienda la East Ten nesee, ontskU of Lis brethren of the 1 fcLuicbrWiU b cleaned tortad this ft- I iereoce to Dr. IlilUman, a native of I erence Eot ctiuaty, an4 for piany yeara City. It ia taken from the Memphis LmlQri Her. Matthew Ilillsman, of Trenton, Tenu., father of CapUia J. T. JJillamaa, it io tha tBy iorf hU way ta the Seuthsrn Baptist Association, wbicb meets at Waco, Texas next Wed nesdy. Dr JlilUtuaa. ia a fine, well preserved geaUemaqjpearl 70, j-eaxt o!. lie entered tha ministry forty- five jeara ago, and, baa been prominent as an eloquent, preacher, editor of Bap tist papers and an educator. At the be ginning of the war be was President of tbe Baptist College at Mosey Creek, East Tennessee, bat removed from there ia the troublous times that followed. After a long life of aaraeat endeavor and great public usefulness be rttaios the full mental and physical vigor of a well balanced ettlddle aged maC "Z" "L .From the Nashville papert we are plc-axed to learn that Rev. James A. Lyous, af the Holston Conference, 31. E. Church, South, now preacter la cbarge of the' Joneeboro' Station, has been elected by tbe baok committee of the Southern Methodist church assistant adit a r of tbe Sunday -school periodicals Issued flora the' Pablishing Hoube, and wil take charge- at once. : Mr.'. Lyona was bora ta Knorritle, and is about 30 years old. lie was for several jeart an tfUcienl teacher ia tba Deaf and Dumb Asylum at KnoxTiilej fortwo yeara wai the successful and popular aid it ir of shA, &UmmJjfetfomimmt ? far tbrca 'yeara aa Uaiiuaday-ca)o.l secretary -of -t be Iloliton conference. . and travelled all vver Its territory, and 'especially in the more destitute parti,, organizing Soa- day-ecboott. j Dicing tUt ke pre pared a most ail mi rati s map of the con ference, ahowing all the circuita and stations, ia the conference having schools.'. Recently be bat published cbanalng book, i VThe tiandiy-icbool aad lu Methods," wbica ji lakiag raiA among tha best.'. He will make a most excellent assistant to Dr, Cuunyngham. An ambitious novelist .writing from tba incipient village of Mary viHe to tbe Enoxvllle CkronicU, becomes exasper ated over a mere allusieV, by way of comparison, made in The Gazette a few weeks since. We intimated that MarjvHle could not compare witli.Mor ritown ia progress and advaacement. Tba writer saya among: other ailly things, that Maryville "lias a larger population, a better built town, and ta business Morrittowu stands no 'cbanee at all n Wbat a pity 4 oet for'u? but for the intelligence of Maryville. Had the writer referred to the census com pendium of 180, be could baye made 1 a more a-.itbenticfctatement aad one that would not have reuectcd upon the ir. telUgence of tba public ! But; "where ignorance is blba, 'tis folly lo be wise." While we are charitable and trust our Struggling,' Uttle; atigbbcri ,wIlT. teacb tbe very pinnacle of success, we cannot afford to banter words with ber, further more than to: say that .we hart) buck manufactories ia MorrUtown that make mora bricks in a day than would be put into houses In Maryville in a year, and atnew, opera bouse that ber eutire pepu lUlaa can ba locked Bp in. Will our ttteemed And voluble coa temporary, the K.opxti2le fifvkl. Itear os for a moinent : Will be accept clasg'C acd journalistic history and the recol lection's of the oldest inhabitants ia cor-rem-ation t)f our-itatemeotflfiiT, ttffn w!j ga w in tbe future in fi lidtatiag tlmieff aS the discoverer of he crntraJ'f iti?n of itnoxville That ftct'was promuigatcd years ago sway bick in tbe 'fartya. II is ina"icaled la the second sentence of tbe first clispter (amscy's j Anaalt .oTrcneset:; and it was specifically applied for business prlsposea, prior totiie, i an adrtxtli3 ment inserted in a Knuxville lournal of Liiat tfiyn fedd ) votuaae. of. wblei 3Ua berore ut, la aa alXero real estattor aJ." A bttriive'jlitpy liaeif nQcL reads: " Eaoxville-p Tbe Cent raj. City of America !' . Tti eCdve r Use mknv' n cigned by Frank Vr Runseyftbtaa now a learned an dlslibguished physf: clan of the city. jSAfHenriQiSyf don't grow any"rouJerfV or'er Unit im aginary diicovj(ym are eVj'aSlf wrong, Mr. Parbaro T" You can safe ly licl to priority in tbe discovery that Southern women desire t bob tob at the ballot-box wllb tbl rag tag a'n.bob. tail strong-mindera. oae.wiil gala, say that. . But to prea ;your, claim. as, the discoverer ef the Ctrnlral pasiiioa af Enoxville, might provoke investigation prejudicial lo. la a legitimate birth of that maUhlesa epic Com (4 t annjr Bmta, art f AMUSEMENTS. A merry pwty of little folks ffora t'e town spent seTeral hours delightful ly in the weeds Saturday pic-n icing. A atrawberry and - ice cream festival wa given by the young gentlemen of the town, at McFarland'a Opera Mouse, last Thursday sight. It was fairly attended and much enjoyed. Tbe ac cordant strains of dulcet melody, a fa Ole Bait, was a pleasing ftature and elicited various comments. The Standard. Dramatic .Company gaye a rery creditable performance last night (Monday) in this place. Tbe play was one made famous by Dion Boci caultv Rose and Harry Watkins Bad other Kctora of Irish) lite. "Kathleen Mavouracen" is a vary beautiful drama ana was well rendered by tbe above ompany. Miss Alice Irving, the ac complished star, (who' is already a fa vorite here,) sustained herself admir ably as the beautiful and true Irish lass, r Walter Lawreace, who' made his fltst appearance here, waa well liked and thoroughly appreciated. McElreth as Billy Buttercup was, as usual, ia his bappy vein, and brought down the house repeatedly. "Oh, what a villain I am ! Is the bye- word now. The bal ance of the support was good.t To night the great emotional drama, "East Lyaa," will be presented. We cannot close without a mention of the superb music furnished by Prof. Wood's or chestra. Tbey played some selections from tbe Istest operas that were highly complimented by tbe audience. We hope to aea a large turn eut at McFar land'a Opera House te night, as both the building and company deserves liberal patronage. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. REPORTED ET W. II. OFTMAN. REAL ES TATE AGENT, MORRISTOWS. S. A. Carson and wife to Jacob Thomas, 51 acres, district 7, $315 00. SI. Carriger and wife to J. O. Rice, lot, dittrict 6, f 1,200. ' Elizabeth arid Abraham Inraan to E. Reps Davit 59 acres, district 7, $293 75. . Lizzie and Abraham Inrnaa to S. B. Smith 20 acres, district 7, 90 00. Elizabeth and Abraham Iauian to Wm. H. Pendleton, lot,, dittrict 7, 23 40. T. C. Cain and wife ta William U. Smith, lot, district 1, $170. A. C. liaun and wife to W. T. Rippe- toe, 106 acres, district 4, $700. Abraham Inmaa aad wife to E. Reps Davis, district 7, $300. Thomas Mullens and wife -to Henry Bruce, 3 acres, district 8, $43 00. Ephraim Erevan and wife to Tbeo. Regan, 10 acres, district 5, $212 00. We have received aa invitation to the tertio mellenuutl to be beld ia Santa Fe, New Mexico., convening July 2d, and endiag Aug. 3d, 1B3. This occa sion celebra'es the 333d anniversary of the settlement of that city by Europe ans and it promises to be a grand suc tfM. Santa Fe is tbe oldest city in the United States, and its leading features peculiarly foreign. It is probably the only city in'theworld where three dis tinct civilizations art represented in the present population." The programme, which Is elaborate in Ike extent and va riety of attractions offered, combines features of all three, so arranged that parties vuiting at any time during tbe moo lb will bave opportunity to witness them all. Send to Char. W.. Greene, Geoeral Manager at Santa Fe for full particulars. IMPORTANT. . It may be af interest to tbe delinquent tax-payers of Hamblen, county to know that after the first day of June next, it is made the duty of the collectors, who ever tkey jnay be, to make out a, correct list of all unpaid taxes in their hands for collection, and add 12 per cent, pen- AttyJerjaddUiori to their lee aaTafikeri. The said officers will be beld firmly for this additieual per cent., and of courst will celiac! it. , Ir is to lm noped that those interested will take due no tice and govern themselves accordingly. Jas. E. TuonrsoH. TATE HOUSE CIRCULAR. Please read and than blp ns to make known to others tba facts herein con tained. " When email pox broke out here, re garding tbe safety of tbe public as of infinitely more importance than any money "we rnlght make, we at" once closed our bouse aad announced public ly that we would remain closed until e? danger was past; and, - as w bare ui complied with, sali pr&oilaeT' we tli ink wa are entitled to lull credit bow when we say there is na small-pox ia MortiiloxvcVand 119 "more danger here fba'inany other place in tha State. T7ur Juu list, tut earn of tuunUpctx in tht TaJ,JIoute. but w have taken ad vantage of tha time we have been closed ta" thwoMghly overhaul our premise, and can very conscientiously say to our friends count; and we.wlll do them gaod. Ami we wish bow to -return our sincere thanks to our. c-hi patrons .and beg' a continuation of their favors, and mora epecially do we wish to return our r. . . .. ' - . ' t : "i tuauat to inose wu Bavespoteaagoou word for our house. !To Commercial Travelers" we say: we baye iow' arranged a good tempU'Rouw. b'u lie ground 'floor,' with 'taole's,' &c", aad Unit we convey all baggage to and from depot free of charg. and that we bave a clerk in office and porters at all trains bclVnlgbt and day." ' !" T ' AVe liave'also in connection with the boVs well stoeVed' News Stand; rem which can, beiiail latet;Xewe i'eriodV cal", Magatjaf8 and cheap "Library SUitipS tjSlfi its' Vo ur1 patron age," and we wiil oe. . -.Yaurs respectfully, dec., - t ' I'RorRixTons Tatk House, " ; Main St., Morrlstown.Tenn.' t May.l0, ltfti3.- . . : ... . : '." Tbo Rosadalis Is a poteat re'tned'y in all Chronic dts? easess but ia Ibese diseases' it 'will re' quire. long continuance in tba use of. tha me1kme In order to carry out' of tb S!ecil!lhe poisooons Lumors. from iud.-- 1 ' 1 -.w - RO!Ai)ALIS1t a tovereigrr'remed fer.alf djsedses of the blood. . It bat ba equal Jar tba cure of nerraus disorders.' Itead ibis eertiflcale: 1 ' ! BAtTtMOitE, July 10 "1879. : I wouMHttfo bear testimony ,to tbe merits of 'ICofiAOAtts, by" sayine that aouw igbt years ago I was totally prot- trated-aod emild get no relief from aur fsmiiy phytlcun. nut alter, taking -one, b4ll of IloSAbAJJS I became . entirely restored ti bealrh. I'tiow wilg!(171 ltis , but when I first took jour . medi cine I wtighed, only. 130,, Icbeeifully recommend it to all, and etpecUHy 'to those a tllicted with a nervous debility. MRS. A A. MA RON. ' A 4 k 4- THORN "bill notes!" ." . TaoRX Hu.1,, Te:ta , May 5, 1883. To tba Editor of The Morrietown OaartU : Not seeing aaytbiDj from this part of God's ux ralviDey.ir'1 " in The Ga zette, for some time, thought I would add a few dots from eld Thorn Hill. The wheat cropln this "vicinity looks very promising, and bids fair for a grod crop; " The farmers ' are" very :busy planting corn. There will be a larger acreage planted this season in Ibis vicinity than usual. ' "!'''.,",''-' t -Sleaars. libea & Jloaree will start their mammoth distillery, three miles norfb of this place, et Maadayjthe 7ib, and will be able to furnish the ar ticle ta purchasers ia any quantity, . by th 23th f this month. I r notice 'a great many mule, colts on tha north of Clinch more than usu al. Mr. C. Dalton, especially, . bas an extra mule from his fine black mare. W. M.' I Monroe; a . very, piominent farmer of this section, is still t whirling the sad, an'd tbe prosj)ects are that he will get threugh planting by the first pf July. - : "- ; "' -r " '- . Clinch river, 'Well noted for its nu merous varieties of fish, is new in splen did condition to catch them with, rod and reef, ' tfpt-line,' etc Men, women and children are seen daily catching tbe black perch along the banks of old Clinch. .. r f Several sheep buyers are ia our midst gathering up large flocks of sheep for the. Kentucky markett. ' Our genial friend, Nathan Monroe, tbe bachelor merchant and accommo dating pottmatter of Thorn Hill, it still behind the counter ever ready to wait upon bis many friends and customers with much pride and honesty. Iam afraid X. bas a notion of changing hit way af living at be attends church and Sabbath-school every Sunday. Perhaps be is getting tired of sewing the but tons On his clothes, and Is looking after a help-mate. .John G., "the honey man," says the honey crop will be "short this s?a3oa owing to so bard a winter and late spring, and' the bees bave greatly died out during the. past winter. Mr. John Farmer, one of Graiuger's best cit zeas and aa establishedafarmer, who lives about 1 i miles from this place, will mi'k about twenty cows this sum mer. He finds ready tale for his butter at good prices. John is successful in the dairy business. The. measles bave been very bad among ut, and several persons bave died from the disease. . 1 Mrs. Jobs Heoryj a very respectable lady and devoted wife and mother, died two weekt ago, leaving ten Children, two of whom were only four dayt old twins. She died from measles. ;3V. C, Clement, an .. established citi xen and one of our best farmers, died from relapse of measles somethree weeks ago. He was buried by the Masonic fraternity near bis borne. Respectfully, ''.North Clinch. PERSONAL. ). Dr. Frank Speck is la the city," Mrs. Geo. Livingston it visiting rela tives in the vicinity of Newpojrt. Kobert 11. llarle was circulating with his town friends Saturday. W. P. Carriger bas been confined so bis room for tha past few days with a mild attack of pneumonia. Mrs. W. E. Gibbins, of Knexville, is visiting ber sister, Mrs. Capt. J. H. Trent, in this city. Mrs. Charles DePue, of Knoxville. is visiting ber sister, Mrs. Judge Robert McFarland, of this place. Miss Bonnie Minis of Leadvale. is visiting ber sister, Mrs, Anderson, of East End. F. W. Earnest, Esq., of Janesboro. was transacting business ia the city Fri day last. D. W. C. Davis, Esq., the genial jew eler, was in Enoxville a couple of days last week. .-. ; ' ' ' r Jos. G. Williams, of Baltimore, is in town, stopping with bis brother, the O. , U. We welcome bit presence. Hon. Jno. ' Q. A. Remlne, of Rbea- town, stopped in tha city a brief while last Thursday, on. a business trip to Newport. Robl. Hoiking. . reporter of Brad- treet's Mercantile Agency, Atlanta, Ga., was in the city last week and gave The Gazbete an agreeable call.. Prof. Jos. A. Stubblefield. - principal of Greeneville College, spent a few days with bis father 's family in this place last week. His school it very prosperous. Misses Addie and Nanuie Grave, ac complished and attractive yeuag ladies of Rutledge, were shopping in the city Saturday. .. Mrs. Sarah Noe. oat ef tba oldest res idents in the county, is prostrated with feebleness and general debility at tbe home of her son, 'Squire 'D. 8. Noe. She ia in her 80th year. Aruiururegr, e courteaus ana in dispensable adjuncTbf Gregg' & Compa ny s southern JJraoca UClce;. was called to Chattanooga briefly, last week on business for his; house. ; , . 7. ; . , Prof. T. J. Davenport bas returned to the city from Virgin! ; where he has beer a refugee from small-pox. We are not Informed as to his intentions re garding a revival kf his school. Mr. and Mrs. John Bowes, of tha cel ebrate! Bean's, Station valley,'; were in town Monday,' felicitating our merch ants and newspaper men op the revival of commercial relations. A-U. nodge, of MqNulty, Llllarth Biprcbfct 4 Co.; and Jobu RoUch;anac com moduli Dg member of tha Southern Express office, Enoxville, gave ut a wel come call Monday, jett route to Tate's. J. M. Sludebaker, one of the manu facturers of the ' celebrated Studebaker wagon, at South Bend; Indiana,' accom panied by his wile, was registered at the Cain House . last week en route to Tate Springs. ; Epii. L. Moore, 'formerly of this city now a resident of Mississippi, arrived last week to spend a month with bia mother, Mrs. M. Q. Moore, and renew acquaintance with farmer1 friends. We were pleased to meet him so well ma tured in frame and mind. . t. . . We wera favored with a pleasant call last Saturday from our friend, Seldon Nelson, sf, Jo, T. McTecr'a clothing houser Knoxville, who wat en route to Newport, accompanied by bis wife, oa a visit to relatives. ' .. .. .: Chat. J." Warner, the original and Bopular advance agent of the Standard irsmatlc Company, enlivened our sane ium at intervals last Saturday, wbilb arranging for tha performances of his troupe in Ibis place. Pref. J. F. Hale, of Whitesburg. niseed .through . the city Mondsy en route to Ricevil!e,Tenn., where be goesj to deliver trie literary address at the- conimenccmcei cxerci:es 01 me tuceri ville Female Iustitute. " ,l S1 . Our office was graced last week by the presence of M iss IJele,a Rnd)l, aa acc irfplillied young Jaily. of Aberdeetr, M i s4 chapranetl by lie ipo!i shed aud ttflable kinsman. Dr. IT. A. McCorkle. Mia Randall was on ber way to Tate's, j Inadvertantly we neglected in our last week's paper to mention the absence Jrcan our city of Dr. D. A. Neilson. H accompanied hit wife lo Louisville, Ky trt the tb, with the hope of having herj ryes neneqieu tv tiie skill ot cijy jp- ticlios" VJM ra. NT bus i-ba" sJmt j a HJS.'JJ1!" Ar ."ir!o?"t.Bi and it Is tba . aiacere wiU of Ler f fiends aad neighbors that tbe visit may be benefi cial ia restoring her eyesight. I LETTER FROM CLINTON Clinton, Tknn, 3Iay 11, 1883 To the Editor of Tbe Uorristowu Gazette : Business is lively about Clinton now The farmers are well along wilt their work and the prospects for eaily peas bans,' cern, "cucumbers, etc., are good .There is only one man in the county jail, and be. is there for" packing con cealed "veapinga,". -u; w We have three saw mills heie in good running order; one owned by Scruggs & Co., one by Hesslemeycr & Co., and one bv Thomas Bros. fc Co. These mills make" a Cliattanoega log market for the rafters and. tave them of several days run on the water and a neat pile of railroad expense.1 Thomas Bros. & Co. have a saw mill here with a capaci ty of sawing fifty thousand feet ef lum ber per day. Here your; writer finds pleasant employment, diving to the bot tom of tbe river after oak and hickory logs, at which he can earn bis grub and washing (only bave one shirt washed a month) and have a surplus left to buy postage and paper to write to bis dear wife and orphan children. uenerai i;ullum, or this place, is prominently epeken of as the choice of the people for Congress for the next two years, and it is generally supposed that he will be' an aspirant before the convention. The General is a man of plenty of natural sense te fill the posi tion, but like the Hon.,L- Cork-screw uouk vne laaea too mucn 01 tbe "over- joyful." We predict . that the Knox ville ring wll furnish the timber over which the true blue element will carry the stars and atripes through the com ing contest. ' .The Democrats ef this county are ju bilant at the prospect of living under he reign of a chief magistrate who shall feel for the down-trodden South and the stuffed pocket Nortb'"all the same;" but they are not in favor of rallying to defeat under the banner of ' 'Spoon But ler," ef Massachusetts. Tbe leading Republicans agree that the Democrats will elect the next Pres ident if tbty put out the right men for standard bearers. -- This much of spring has brought out the slipper shoes, veils,' ribbons, hoops and zephyrs, and the way the youDg men are spreading the tails of their dus ters to the breezes just hush,, child ! We saw more young men and young ladies coupled out yesterday than we've seen far a long spell before. Some young men got kicked as usual. We knew that there are bruises left on the shins of some which all the sal ye of words can sever- alleviate and scars on the mind which all the "mellowing in fluences" of recoiling years can never efface. The people are all on the boom, for the FarAiers' Convention, which, is to be beld at Knoxville un the 22nd of this fttontb. Judge Young, ef this place, owns the finest farm that I have seen in all East Tennessee. If I can't be his son in-law, I would loye to be a bull frog to s'vim in his spring branch. If matters move on as they bave , started, this country will all go under a change of unifica tion. To walk slap, right dab up,, by the side of an Anderson county gal and ask ber for ber company to church was the last bold venture of , Dick, What You Want. There Is scarcely a family in our city but' geeds such a remedy as the famous Seven Springs Iron and Alum Mass. It is net a patent medicine, but is the "salts" of mineral watert An . iafslibln cure for piles, sore throat, chills and fever, chienic constipation and chronic diarrhoea, etc. Made by Landrum & Litchfield, Abing don, Va , and for sale ae 50 cents and $1 00 per bottle. For sale by all first class druggists. - THE MORRISTOWN" SCHOOL, 1 . As our school work has been inter rupted several weeks by tbe ;smallpox and the panic consequent thereto, after consulting most of our patrons, we take this method te state to the public that Merristown Male nigh School will not resume work thij session. V Wc congratulate the citizens of the town and patrons of the school that the small-pox haa been crushed out of the town,' and that the prospects of tbe school for the coining year, are very flattering. ; . : : . ., . Next session begins Aug. 20tb. " 4 We return thanks for your patronage the' past year, and ask your liberal sup pert for coming year. ',. ', - : . Very respectfully, " -.; .., . ; T. J. Davenport,. Principal.'. I Morristown, Tenn. May 14, 1883. ; MA RRTA GE LICENSE. ;. John Lynch to Sarah Jane Anderson.: ' Jno. Morgan to Catharine Watts; Samuel Bacon to Lucinda Moore, -d The most reliable, carefully prepared and best purgative of the present age is , . : BRAHDRETH'S P ILLS, They are compounded of Roots, Herbs and Gums of tbe most healing and bene ficial kind. ' V : ' " As a Family Medicine they are un rivalled, curing Ie&d-achCt.jConslipa-tioa, .. Liver Complaint, . Rheumatism, Dyspepsiaclearing - the. bloocT of im purities acting on the Idver7 Kidneys and other Important', organs, removing the waste tissue,', and. adding years to the Jivet of all who use them. For fifty years they "have been used by the American public, and their con stantly Increasing Sales she v how they are appreciated.' - ' ,'' ', ;!s:" ' ''."'!;'., A.rerfeitBemedyin20 Diseases. ',: ".V: 'l I Ashtoxd'Mass.! ! I am verging ,on eighty years; . and deem it my duty to suffering - humanity to say that my long life Is due te Brand retb's Pills which have been 'my Bole medicine for half a century 1: 1 'fenbw the last forty-three years Af my life is owing solely .ti their use. ; - Your. PiUa saved , me 'many- titnea after -the beat medical skill In several States had glv en me up as bojpeles's. I have had many, converts td purgation with Brandrelh's Pills, and have seen. themy perform al mest miracles of cure.; i For children, a few doses bave cared measles, scarlet Ifever, and whooping cough Id all fe mald tra'ublcs and weakneas I have nev er known them to JfaUv.' .In adult taales I baye known them -to j cure the worst cases of dyspepsia,-rheumatism, kid ney diseases, dyseotfer and diarrhfeaj even dropsy, ; paralysisi and apoplexy have yielded to ,"p?'r'bjtent course of Brapdreth's Pills. ; In fact 1 have found them the tru Life Elixir. They act as continual prtyeDtlves agafnst the effects of time, disease, and labor. 2 JOHN Hm MANN. The New Patent ' DUST - PROOF Stem Winding Open Face Case manufactueed by the . American Watch Co WALTIIAM,,MASS. Tlii i case ia formed in oue solid piece without joint or seam, opening in front only, thus avoid ing the usual Cap, and securing greater strength ind durability. These Watches are all open face. - The bezel. Into which an extra strong crystal ia fitted with l.n especially prepared water-proof cement, is at tached to the case by screwing it thereon, and thus forms aa air-tight junction with the body of the case, which is proof s gainst dust and mois ture To railroad men, 'travelers, mi ers, lumber men and others who are almost constantly ez- jiosed and who have to make frequent reference to the watch, these qualities are of the utmost impot tance. . 'the following: letters tell their own story. Valdosta, Oiomia. July 2S, 1882. "I sold one of your Patent Ihist Proof Cases iiout ten months ago, and the other day it came liasck to me with tbe request to make it wind easier. On examination 1 round that tae stem 'fas rusty, and I inquired Into the cause of it . '.the gentlemen Btated to me that he was starting ome saw-logs that had lodged in the bend of the liver, when his chain caught in a bush and threw Ida watch into about twelve feet of water, and he iras about two hoars finding it. When he got it cut it was running and he thought all right. In a bout three months he found that the stem was hard tc turn and sent it to me. , ' I can say that the watch Is all that the company claims for it and recommend it to all railroad and mill men. B. W. BENTLT." "Custom, Iowa, April 29, 1S81 . "I wish you would send me a spring for the Wm. EUery Watch. By the way this El- l:ry is a watch I sold in your Screw Bezel Case to s farmer last falL The first of January he lost tbe watch in the woods, and found it this week in about one foot of water . It had lain three months and over in snow and water, with but slight in j nry to the watch only a hair-spring . C. S. RAYMOND." 'The above were very severe tests, and demon strate beyond a doubt, that for any reasonable Isngth of time during which a watch might be un der water it would receive no injury whatever. We make these casa in both gold and silver. and as a Perfectly Dustr-Proof Stem- Wind iig Watch Case, Challenge tlie World to Produce Us Equal. . For Sil by all First-Class Jewelers . may'2 3m Hast Tennessee, Virginia and 1 Ak.cr5 & T? oil mr il ' TIME TABLE. In, Effect April 1, 1883. (Louuivri.i.1 Time.) " " j Daily Daily - Eastward. ' ' .... j To. 2. No. A. . i " Iiv Chattanooga : 12 10 pm. 7 65 p. m Ar. Ooltewan... 12 46 pm. 8 28 p. m " Cleveland... 1 ISpm 8 67 p. ta " Charleston.. 205pm 29 p. m Athens 2 42 p m . 10 00 p. SB " Sweetwater. S 15 p in. 10 28 p. m loudon 3 44 p m. 10 63 p. m " Knoxville... 4 47 pm. 11 65 p. m .v Kuoxville. . . 5 00 p m. 12 ti5 a. m jir Merristown. 6 40 pm. 1 03- a. m " -Rogersv. J.. 7 18 pm. 9 01 a. m ." Greeneville.. . 8 25 pm. 2 47a.m ' . Jonesboro . . "25pm. 3 S4 a. m 'Johnson's... 4Jpm. IMi.n , .Bristol.... . ;J , j , 10 50 p m.. I 4 4.7 a, m ' ' " Daily j Daily ; ' Westward. ' I : No. 3. i No. 1. r.r Bristol...... 10 20 pm.f 5 it am. Ar Johnson's...! 11 13 p m. 37 am. " Jonesboro... 1135pm. 665 am. Greeneville . 12 34 a m. 7 46 a m, " Rogersv. Jc. 1 21 am. 8 SO a.m. w Morristown. .. 1 65 am. 9 21 am. " Knoxville.... r 3 25 a m. 10 50 a m. Knoxville... 3 35 a m. II 0t a m. jIt Loudon... .. 4 37 a m. 12 0a pm. "Sweetwater.. . ; S 02 a ta. 12 30 p m. " Athens 8 33 a m. I 00 pm. "Charleston... 6 08 a m 1 85 p m . M Cleveland.,. 6 35 am. S OS p sa. " Ooltewah.... 728am. atSpaa. M Chattanooga 1 8 10 im.f 3 30 pm. Ohio Division. Head - down. PASSEKGER Bead . i . up ! 50 pm S"65 p m. 4 30 pm. t.25pm. 6 10 Jim. I-ve. Knoxville, Heiukell's, Clinton, . Coal Creek, Careyville, Arr. 10 IS a. m. 9 00 a.' sa. S 26 al m 7 45 a. m. t 00 a. m. Arr. Lva. . North Carolina Division. - 8TATI0KS. Pass'g'r. ' Ieaves Morristown... .. i.rrives Warm Springs. I .eaves Warm Springs.. J jrri ves Morristown. . ... 10 15 am. I 45 pm.. 3 SO pm: 6 00 pm CONNECTIONS. - ; J ; .IT CHATTANOOGA with railroad iinea diverg ing, making direct, close connection for all points North-west, West and South-west. iT OOLTEWAH AND CLEVELAND with Georgia .Division for Atlanta and all points South, Bouth--east and South-west. - ' AT KNOXVILLE with Ohio Divbimt and Xnox vilie aud Augusla railroad. . - AT MORRISTOWN" with North Carolina Divibion ' for Warm Springs, N. O.-, and all Westers and s Middle North Carolina points yr-.-t . . AT ROGE15S VILLE JUNCTION , with Rogera vill and Jefferson railroad. - jiT JOHNSON'S with East Tennessee and West ern North Carolina railroad. AT BRISTOL with Norf oik and Western railroad, connecting closely for all Virginia and Eastern .Cities, via. Lyuchburgand all Eastern, Middle and Northern Statea points,, via. Roanoke and 'Sheunnrtoau Valley Route. JiT WARM SPRINGS wHh Western North Caro lina railroad for' AsheviUe, Morgan ton, States . ville, Salisbury and all points in North Carolina. 1 , SLEEPINQTCili:SERVICE. . Nos, 1 and 2 have t Leighton sleeper, between 31 emphis and Lynchburg. ' - Nos. 8 and 4 have Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars ttw?e Memphis and New York, via, fchanan- iok.Yalley route; also Pullman Sleeping Cars letween New Orlcaaa and Washington via. Atlan ta, Cleveland and Lynchburg. ; - -.' . . J A.. POPE, G. P. k T. Agt. . ,"'-. 1 . Lynchburg, Va. T. JtfHUGER. Sn:. Knoxville. Tenn.; " " JOSEPH aOTHARD, A. O. T. A., Knoxville, i.enn. dec20 82 tf -r-r BOOKS FOR following r.toen tioned Books, ' -Hap and Charta, pablishedir E. He Butler -Co., Phila aphif were adopted by the nnsmimona vote of tlfe Directors and Teachem. for the term Of six y ra, to be nsed in the' Public Schools of Kaox p smutty, Teaufst ?i.JU l.Tvi.-it iqi-tHi li'eNeTTAnieriira.n Reiders;' " QIhe New American Spellers , ieNew American Arithmetics, ifutler's Be. Jlistbrrof the tJ. S. jtitchelPs New Ser.of Geographies Mitchell's New Outline Maps." , J llie New Am'r. Reading Charts. Tb books nWisheoT Fyi , Butler A Cmxj k tv been adopted by the cKv of ,nox viHe and by tiwlty-nvs'Oenntk ta-KM aenaessee-'-They hive also beea a4utd,l uaLfcr.oX. Counties In UUMUat l euiM9Sd-' - These books arsr giving nnrversa! 'ssUsfactlon. I t hY ar aaoensat in quality and rarylowki'prtoea f Jor iMroayttwry ierimiuTtp rt i ft li w:y ohiiiXTTA i 1 Knoxcille, Tenh, O. 330 ;QOV Tha AprUll,'tf cHAuiscEY p: biggs, -DEALER IN- Walnut and -MANUFACTURER OF- SPOKES, HANDLES AND DIMENSION STUFF IN WALNUT, IVXorristowii, Tennessee. Ordf.bs bt Mail wili. Receivi Pbompt Attention. ICE ORE A My splendid ICE" CREAM PARLORS are now open for the season. - They "havewnf refitted and now: present a new and handsome abearance. The best flavors of Creams and on nana. Qm me a call. PESTER KERN, KNOXVILLE, TENN. N. B. Ice Cream furnished to Families and Parties along the line of railroad on shortest notice. mays 83 2m Is now receiving his large and elegant stock of NEW GOODS FOR THE SPUING AND SUMMER SEASON, Dress Goods, Fancy Goods, Choice Hosiery, Carpet". Canton Malting,".. Anker I3toX-t:o.gr Olotlis, New things and all the Novelties in every Department. . i DRESS MAKING DEPARTtVlENT In the Store has all the new spring styles, . .p.. Paris and New York designs NO STOCK in the City is HANDSOME or Cheaper thai Mine. AprUis, . : BOElSIOfr Gftatufactured by ISAAC A. SHEPPARD & CO., Baltimore, Md. For Sale by WW!. COFFMAN & SONS, Knoxville, Tenn New Sash, Door and Blind Factory in Morristown. HARVEY LOOP. . LOOP MANUPACTUltEKS OP SiSH DOORS AND" BLINDS, Also Matched Flooring, Ceiling, Weather-boarding, Brackets, Newel Is, Etc., Wood Turning of Er'ery Discription. All ; Orders Filled and Satisfaction Guaranteed. '18 , WILL. an; n'etuliG GOW NEW AND DESIRABLE. LIlfES OF FRESH IN" EVERY DEPARTMENT, EMBRACING Dry Goods, Notions, Boots SHOES AND HATS Lbwest-;,'IEasterii, !Piices ; IT,-1,' '.'"' '"if" y : i ; ; . t si lealer in and Manufacturer of- 4 Italian and Amen yii:-"X -AND- GRANITE MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, Etc. Ix?oi '-E"endinB !FiisnioIiGd,io Order' " ' 1 i "' ' , , i . I ! 1 11 " Poplar Lumber. mayS 83 ly Confections kept always . and suits now ordered will be of t he-Latest and the best workmanship. M. Orders by Mail promptly attended to. ALVIBT BARTON. Knoxville, Tonuesse. COOK STOVES? THE BEST IN THE MARXET. Fourteen different sixes and klnda Kiva sizes with Enameled Reservoirs. Adapted to all requirements, and priced to cult all purse LEADING FEATURES: Double Wood Doors, Patent Wood Grate. Adjustable Damper, Interchangeable Auto matic fhelf. Broiling Door. Swinging Hearth Plate, Swinging Flue-Stop, Reversible Gas Burning Long Cross Piece, Double Short Centers, Heavy Ring Covers, Illuminated Flra Doors, Nickel Knobs, Nickel Panels, eta Unequaled In Material, la Finish, and la operation. JOHN W. Loor. SOW, 8 31 FIND AT S ' ' CO.'S - ill .s i . : . ( ' doom