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The UorristoTra Gazette. WEDNESDAY, Jclt 11, 1SS3. Duke of Durham Cizaretts. 10 for fire cent, at MeFarland fc McAmis. The thermometer reached 05 in the shade several dsys last week. It I Local Notes and Other NetCS. Impossible for eTerjbody to keep cool such scorching days as wo hare, but if Georgia treeU. water melons are on our Black and Green Tea 5w ceota pound, at MeFarland & He Ami. per The steam flouring aiin. mill haa started There waa net a drunken man on cur atrceta on the fourth of Jul jr. The edict haa gone forth and the hog la rapidly giving way for the ben. There waa a Tery pleasant dacce siren at the Tate Ilause last Friday night. Teaberry McAmis. coffee at McFarlaad & The fruit crop acems I thia section. We bare apples already. be rod In pcaehea and Jim Caiuwaii, a oreene county ne gro, a arrested in this city last Sua day for whipping his wife. Keith's minstrels showed in the Opera House last Thursday and Friday nights, and tLcn proceeded .to walk back to Kooirille. Our boya bare organized a base ball club. Why don't they organize a braa band, so we can bare music once and aw bile. you can't keep cool, keep as cool as you can. xuere't a oetter day a com log; wait a little longer. A masquerade ball will be given at Tato Spring to-night (Tuesday.) Itwlll be the Lfggest thing of the kind that erer came off at Tate's. Three hun dred new costumes bare been received from Atlanta, especially for the occa sion. The ladles and eentlemen of Morristown are cordially Invited. The Tennessee State prison waa leas ed to the highest bidder last Friday. It was knocked Jjwn to A. M. Shook, representing the Tennessee Iron, Coal and Railroad company, for $101,000 ' per annum. The lease ia for aix years and goes into effect the first of March, 18S4. Cholera is. reported as prerailiog te I an alarming extent ameag the bogs of Hawkins county. The Tdrphone says that Mr. II. C. Shanks, near Devil'a Nose mountain, lost fifteen recently. Mr. Geo. 31. Crary, at the head of Butch er a alley, lost sixteen which would haTe averaged 150 pounds each. Mr, Robt. Brown, of Caney, lest 40 head. Mr. J. F. Robinson, Agent for the Bonanza Fanning Mill, will hare a car load of these wonderful mills in Morrif town this week. Rev. J. It. Payne, of Morristown cir cuit, has resumed hia regular duty and is engaged in raising the annual mis sionary collections called for by the church. The first collections at Belli- car and Graham's chapel, July 1, ex ceeded the collections at these places last year. Missionary meeting at Lib erty Hill next Sunday, July 15th. John Lynn, of Newport, waa drown ed July 1st, while bathing ia the river. This should be a warning to boys who go batbiag on Sunday. e are very sorry to learn that the infant daughter of Mr. P. S. Funk. houser, of Lead vale, ia very aick, not expected to live. Quite a refreshing rain fell Suaday aua Sunday night, which gava the growing garden crops a healthy and re vivifying appearanc. A gentleman of thia place, recently returned from Georgia, furniches us the names of the children of Mr. James M. Real, from Botetourt county, Va., now residing at the Falls of the Talulih riv er, Georgia, as follows : Rolla, Chcru- busce, Potomac, Bonus Mejiar Optimus, Talulah, Magnolia Grandailora, Aurora bercalls, Minnehaha, Dalmanutha, Pal- aatine, (the last aix daughters ) Star Navy, Sam Bas, Old and New Tobaccos at MeFarland & McAmis. The State Normal Institute opened at Knoxville on Monday of last week, w ilh a bo tit one-third more than regis tered lai year the first day. The reduction on the public debt during the month of June waa over $1 $,000,000, and for the fiscal year end ing June 30ih, was nearly $133,000- Ilumuvilie is a No. 1 situation for the Williams Evaporator. For the great Williams Evaporator II. C. Re mine is General Agent, Limestone, Tenn. Mrs. Foster, wife ef Burrei Foster, after a brief illness died in this place last Friday, and her remains were interred Saturday in the presence of a large body of meurniog relatives and friends. We receive the painful intelligence that Mrs. Ritchie, in estimable lady and eldest daughter of C. E. Carriger, E., is lying at the point af death from contumplieo, at the residence of her father, below tows. The members of the excarting Ten nessee Press Association were at San Antonio, Texas, last Saturday, wander ing amid the ruins of the old Spanish Missions and rebearsine legends and memories of the sacred Alamo. Tha party were well, and expected to spend Sunday in Laredo and proceed to Mon terey, Mexico, from whence they will bemeward turn. The new college building at White Pine, under the direction of the "Unit ed Brethren," is preparing for opening by 1st of September, The President Is expected te arrive from Indiana in a tew days and take charge of special plans for the school. White Pine is a thriving village and the citizens will appreciate a good school. We learn that ihe Payne School Desks are to be used. The car worka and car wheel compa nies of Knoxville were recently award ed the contract for tarnishing the East enne&see, Virginia and Georgia rail road with 500 standard box cars. The contract, including the castings, will aggregate $250,000, which is a hand some sum to keep at home and distrib ute among the Knoxville mechanics. Knoxville is only one of many Southern cities now coming to the front as man ufacturing centers. NOTES FROST " SK1NF00T." IIoskt Creek, July 7, 1SS3. To the Editor of The Morristown Gazette : Having about finished our" harvest,' I thought I would give you a line from our side, "Skinfoot." For the conso lation of Golar, I would give them a description of our side, but it would make thia too long. Suffice to say that you read in the 'lestament where the Devil took our Savior, in order to tempt him, away up on top of a high house, and showed him all the . kingdoms of the world and the glory of them, and promised to give him all the e things if be would fall down' and worship him. Now, old '."Harry" must have I wuitrsburq. Wbitesbcbo, Tenn., July 6, 1883. To th Editor of the Morristown Gazette: Kirkpatrick & Rader are soou to have their flowering mills in operation which will be an acquisition to our tovru. Their mills will have a capacity of from three to five hundred bushels per day. The probable cost of the mills will be ten thousand dollars, but they are men of pay and push who will succeed while those ef less energy go down. Our town is quiet. More anon. Fra.sk. tVeare tirrd of seeing wheat and oat head. We are now anxious to a who will be the man to send us the first w at-rme'lon. We will pub ih bis name in big capitals and when be shut!!? t his mortal coil our spring I'Ort thall write a beautiful ebituarv. We tender thanks to Mr. Wm. Lyle, clerk, for an invitation to attend the grand opening tall of the Swannanoa Hotel, Asheville, Ti. C, Thursday and Friday evenings last. As the North and South Carolina Presa Associations were present on the occasion our ab sence was probably not material to the tijujiucui oi our attentive young friend. Mr. u. A. ILinsIee. former! v of the ! Knoxville presa but late of the Hughes villa (Pa.,) EnUrprue, has purchased the CSce of the Jonesboro Journal and the last issue of that paper contains his sal utatory, a very concise and satisfactory announcement. His first issue shows mechanical taste and editorial Industry. We welcome him tu the ranks of Ten nessee journalism, and heartily wish bim the fullest success. veral convicU employed ia the mines of the Knuxville Irea company, at Coal Creek, raad a daring attempt to gain their freedom by breaking from their guards on Tuesday of laat week. Oue convict .a.t shot dead by the guard. The ' Glorious Fourth" was one ot the quietet days we have ha 1 In town for some time. The business bouses were generally closed, and Ihoae who did not gu to the picnic at Cold Spring k?pt at home in the cool. The farmers were too busy to come to town. There was considerable excitement create 1 among our small boys last week by the appearance of a dude on our streets. It moved around gently , and every one saw it, but some one had torn the Ug off and we could not find out w ho owned It or where It came from until John Dev-tult, (cel.) of Knoxville, claimed It and said It be Xngrd to Knoxville. The Knoxville papera detail another social scandal that. occurred in that city lat week. Dr. P. II. Card well, dentist, an old and well known citizen respect ably connected, but for all that a man of the very meanest morals, who waa a few years ago expelled from the M. E. Church fer outraging the person r a little girl eight years old, and who at another time we saw cudgeled around an entire square of the city for an inde cent assault upon a lady, was arrested and sect to jail for lewdness with a Miss Heard, daughter f the Doctor Heard, a t-f-ecialbt, who has made several vis its te tlits place, generally managing to 21 the pulpit of the Methodist church some time during his stay. Card well and the woman, w ho is reported as only about twenty years old and handsome, were bound over to the Criminal Court and in default of bail were sent to Jail. Subsequently they gave bond and were reltaied. Card well Is more than sixty years old. and is incorrigibly a bad one. A war ha commenced in New York and other Northern and Eastein cities. aglnt the trade dollars. Mereaalile and Trade Atwxialicns have taken ao tit n and determined to drive it out of circulation. Eighty and eighty-five cents ia me iioiiar is ail loey will paae for, although there is more silver In the trade dollar than iu the ataadard dollar. e advbe oar friends to notice and see that this depreciated currencr Is not parsed upon tLem by designing parties in change, thereby causing them to lose We direct the attention of our read era to the advertisement of the Amerl can Frait Drier, in another column off to-day's Gazette. Messrs. Rowe & Marsh have accepted the sole agency for Merristown and Hamblen county. In no department of agricultural econ omy do we find ao much lose as in the fruit that waste under the trees aud passes unnoticed, yet ia the case of ap ples or peaches, properly evaporated, they are worth In the market to-day, respectively, fifteen and twenty five cents per pound. For further Informa tion, prices and illustrated catalogue, call on or address agents at this place. Important changes in the money or der system went into effect July 1. The reduction of fees is the most inter esting item to the public, though the increase in the limit from $ to $100, for which a single order can be issued, will be appreciated by rrany. For or ders not exceeding 10 a fee of 8 cents is to be charged, a suei two or three cents less than the actual cost to th Government. This is made up in the increased fes for transmitting laree soma. The actual cost for sending $100 is me same as iu, though the fee for the larger sum is forty-five cents. No change is made in the cost of sending nooey aoroaa. me new postal note scheme will not be commenced until September 3, the longest limit allowed by law. Last Thursday evening Nashville was the scene of a sensation that bids fair to rival the Helen Jewett mystery of years ago. The sound of a pistol shot brought the hearers to the room of Ma's. Patterson,- a beautiful woman of ill-fame, where she was found in the agonies of death, from a pistol ball which bad passed through her left breast in the neighborhood of the heart. Death ensued an hour afterward. Suspicion points to Wm. L. Boyd, an old and wealthy citizen of Nashville, with wnom sue uaa oeen Jiving as his mis tress, as the supposed perpetrator of the deed, jealousy being the supposed cause. Boyd is held in custody for further developments which are await ed with intense interest. had his! thnmb over "Sklnfoot" or Christ might have yielded to the offer. Our village, Henry Creek, has a doc tor, a meeting-house, a chair and axe manufactory, two blacksmith shops one by -'Cooper," the other by JUbart Jarnagin, our model horse-shoer. If you do not believe it, come over and bring your horse and a bottle of Ja maica giager," and he will nx your horse all right. Also, one private boarding house, a wagon and cabinet shop combined, a store-house, also, a school-house, and we did have a whis ky-house, but it has gone where Tony hid the wedge. We have a variety or women. We have pretty women and we have ugly ones. ve nave Dig women ana we have little ones. We have some that it appears their tongues are tired at one end somewhere in . their mourn, and the loose end works very glib Then we have some that I think their tongues are tied in the middle, and both ends loose, and wnen they turn loose, you had better be getting. .Now. Uolar. 1. 2i. Wetter 13 a little Indisposed, both bodily and mentally. Those No. 27 ladies' shoes had a bad fleet on him, or something else caus ed a cake in his side, lne other even ing there came a big flood of water from the big ridge and took his foot log oil', which rather hemmed the boy in until his father went down and hauled it back. Frank has quit swop ping horses, from the fact that be has got two old rips no other person will have, and to get rid ot them lie has bought an interest in a threshing-ma chine, which, you know, will soon pass thera away. I learn, Mr. Editor, that you are ex pecting a big time at the Baptist Church the last of this month. I hope It will be a success. Tell Frank Good A KNOCK-DOWN IN CHURCH. Ihe Rev. Dr. Parker and the Rev. Mr. Everts, two light-weights of Hart ford, Conn. fought with bare:fista in the baptismal front of the South Baptist church on July,lv The ., marquis pf Quecnbury rules were not observed, but some blows were got in on either side which would hare done credit to Mr. Sullivan, or the late. Mr. Elliott. The little difficulty grew out of an at- temptpn the part of Dr. Parker to in troduce congregations into the church. which Mr.' Everts , would not permit. We admire" Parker rather more than Everts because be "was 'determined to baptize the children .be. had brought to church; and thus put them beyond the chance of being lost, before he took off his coat to fight Everts. His anxiety about the souls of those children mark him as a conscientious christian, 'and it would have been much better fer Ev-. A.t. I..J L. - . ... - - . - ' ctuunuue wanea until me children were Daptized before he gave Parker that left-handed "wiper" in the stom ach. : However, both of these brethren have zeal they have shown it and we can pardon much in view of the earnest ueas wuu which they, fought their christian battle. Brother Everts went from Chicago to take up his humble burden as a baptht preacher, and Par ser well, we some way feel that Par i . . . Ker, ioo, must he a product of the wild and fearless we6t. Both are godfearing men, but Parker doesn't-like a baptist ana averts elevates his nose when he sees a congregationalist. At least this haa been the situation; how it willbe, now mat tuey have tested each other's mettle and have come so hear seine to giory together, remains to be seen. It's not improbable that they will be like David and Jonathan hereafter, for they rj eviuenuy me Kind or men who re spect good fighters. I None Like It. We are indeed glad to say that there is no other remedy in the world that combines more happily tonic, alterative and diuretic proper ties ch:ln the Seven Springs Iron and Alum Mass, manufactured by Landru & Litchfiell, Abingdon; Va. - This f rnous and widely known medicine is for sale by every Drugzist at' 20 cents and $1.00 per bottle.1 For General De bility and Nervous Prostration it haa no equal. Try it. ..: . AR MIT A C E B R 0-SV ! DRUGS, MEDICINES ; PAIXTS, OILS, YAEN1SIIES, PAINT BRUSHES, SCHOOL I ; v BOOKS, STATIONERY, " ' " J ' ' I3RUGGrISTS STirmTll ft : J. R. PAYNE. Jesse Elmore, Mossy Creek, says: "I heartily recommend Brown's Iron Bitters for dyspepsia, indigestion and nervous'prostration.". . : i , ,. . .- .. . , A Perfect Remedy in 20 Diseases. Ashxte'ld, Mass. lam verging on eigbty years, and deem il; my duty to suffering humanity to say that my long life is due to Brand re th'e Pills which have been my. sole medicine for half a century. I know the last, forty-three years of my life is owing solely to their use. " Your Pills saved me many times after the best medical skill in several States had giv en me up as hopeless. 'I have had many converts to purgation with Brand reth'a Pills, and have seen them perform, al most miracles ef cure. For children, a few doses have cured, measles, scarlet fever, and whooping cough. In all fe male troubles and weakness I have nev er known them to fail. In adult males I have known them to cure the worst cases of. dyspepsia,- rheumatism, kid- MORRISTOWN, ney aiseases, aysentery ana -diarrhoea; even dropsy, paralysis, and apoplexy have yielded to a persistent course of Brandre'th's Pills. - In fact I have found them the true Life Elixir. They act as continual preventives against the effects of time, disease, and labor. 2 . JOHN H. MANN. tonalej Toflot p8. Tooth, Hair,' Kali a4 Clothes Breahsel Hlioulder 'Brace for Ladies and Gentlemen. Fin Tobacco and a : oeiecsocor CiKar!alway. onliaIid. srodlra . . s- J .1 ' eli special attention to the : ,.. . . . ; NEW Y O R K ELASTIC TRUSft-' which we now bav in stock. Can and examtoe our. tock. Ko trouble to show .ood . . - 1 Pf TT n D -rT-vei New MeFarland Block, .Hain St., Morriatown, Tenn. GEO. W.'TATUlt 1 lie uUeax-ixTiri . Patentees and Proprietors 4f - : If Nil i lift rt IWemenU, Folding Top.,, Vertical Bookcase, complete oorer for book.. Convenient for Use, Cheap and Comfortable " ooi ight. for Sal. De8k. made to order for achool. i- officer will please order from . . ". ' -: - ' : TEjyiyjsssEJS, Teacher, and aeheet JAYC. BROWN. B. F. STUBBLEFIELD. THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. BROWN & STUBBLEFIELD, Successors to Broicn d Wells, OTIxo One JPxice JBToixse. Fine Shoes. Hats. TrnnW onj I ! . , ' 7 w - ucea at ooitom prices. McNulty, Bor- WILL YOU SUFFER with DvsDeDsia and Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's Vital- ches, Lillard & Co., Knoxville, Tenn. I izer is guaranteed te cure you. Only four jurors had been obtained in son to put our name with a few Irish th Polk suit at Nashville, ud to Satnr- potatoes and beans in the "pot," for day night. Polk is reported in hieh irlee u'A nvnnif ts hA rr hanrl .1 r " " . . . over tne deiav in nhfAininn. . of " "& jui j i Now, Mister Golar, you feel almost to us as a twin brother, but we are not disposed to beast over you, but we can beat the world in babies. Send John Hill'Bobbv Daniel and Spence Jarnagln ever and when Bam Jones gets done selling corn shellers, we will put them together and run a printing press by by gas. We would like to know how G. W. C. gets across Holston river since J. L. W. cut his canoe up with the ax te make stove-wood? With due re spects to The Gazette, I remain, "Skisfoot." abates, remember thnf: kr-rif Borches. Lillard .fe r irtii' T- v ' 9 UUUAIIIIC. nac uj largest SCOCK Ot SllkS. Sftllna an4 . I . ... . ' "4 vasumeres, sna een them reaper man any House in East Ten- uccsee. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal jector f res. Fer lame -Back, Side Shiloh's Porous Plaster. or Chest use Price 25 cts. Ex-Sheriff Robert Blevins and a boy ar " namea juorrisoa were severely wound ed at Rogersville, last Saturday, by SHILOHV; COUGH and consumption Cure is arid by us on a guarantee. It cures consumption. SHILOH "S VITALIZER is what you ESTABLISHED 1865. HAVE THE LARGEST STOCKS OF S Clothing, Dry Goods, Notions, DRESS GOODS, LADIES' and GENTS' HATS, SHOES, k, EVER OPENED OUTSIDE OF THE LAKGE CITIES. last In Morristown, as elsewhere through out the country, the Fourth of July was a day of joy to the people. A greater part of our citizens spent the day at Cold Spring, about one mile from town, It had been previously arranged to give the young folks a pleasant day, and thanks to the good mamas and papa.?, it was a grand success. About 8 o'clock. in the morning, the children of the dif ferent Sabbath-scheels were assembled and headed by their respective Pastors Revs. W. II. Smith. R. M. Hiekev rf nd Dr. V . A. Montgomery thev marched out to the place appointed, where an address was delivered by Rev. George Stuart, after which all, young and old, enjoyed themselves by talking, playing and swinging until dinner was anuounced, which was enjoyed by all, The good friend had prepared an abun dance of good things and none were slighted. After dinner the amut ements were resumed. The children at their play the middle-aged at croquet, until ate, when the crowd broke away and quietly went to their homes, feeling that the day had been one of pleasure to all. Sugars, Coffees, Tt as, Rice, Honoy Oat Meal.Ac.at MeFarland & McAmis SCNDAT SCHOOL CONVENTIONS. Below la the lift of appointments lor holding unday ixjhool Co.iven lions bv Rev. W. II. Robert, S. S. Ag't or the JloUton Conference of the M E. Church: Eiizabethton, July 21, 22. Rheatown, July 2i, Tazewell, August 4, 5. . RuMedee Ct. (Shiloh;, Aujrust 11, 12 Shady Grove, August 1C. 17. Sunbright, Wartburg, August 22. The Conventlcn at Rutledge I in tended for the whole district ef Pow ell's Valley. The one for Senbrght is for the north end of the Klngstou Dis trict. It is hoped that every Sunday School will send at least two dele gates te the District Conferences. All Sunday School workers are cordially Invited to attend these Conference. W. II. Rooms. Important changes in the faculty of the University of Tennetsee were male at a meeting of the board of trustees held last week. Tbe prepare tory department was reinstates upon its termer btsis in the University, under supervision of tbe faculty. The chair of natural history and geology was declared vacaut. This dispenses with the services f Prof. Renter NichoUon, his duties belug assigned to the other professors. The chair of pure mathematics was declared va- fifteen or twecty percent. Treasury cant thu, dispensing with the services eQcers are of tbe opinion that the present agitation will force Congress te Lake action. No stronger recommenda tion can be made by the department te Congress than baa been made for number tf yeais. The politicians have been uowiiiing to discuss the subject, from a ft-ar that it rnight reopen tbe silver drdUr aritalion, and that is an isue which tome of tbe mantgiog rnea desire ta keep out f politics until after another Presidential election. Tbe bulk of this rinag ia .till thought to be In Ciiina and Japae, but It is not uudcrl4od why so u.scy are now la this country. of Prof. James Dinwiddle. Ills duties are assigned to S. II. Locke tt, profes sor of applied mathematics, and Col. S. B. Crawford, adjunct professor of mathematics. Crawford's salary was raised to 1 BOO. The salary of W. E. Moses, adjunct professor of chemUirv, was raised to I'jOJ. The salary of T. O. Deaderick, Instructor of ancient languages, was raided to $1,200. The chairs tilled by Prof. Nicholson and DlnwiJJie, declared vacant, will not be supplied. The change 1 not on ac count of Incompetency, n"r any olje. tlon to the prefeso.8, but to reduce the rxrfMi'es. There are still twelve profe jsors aod Instructors in the fac ulty, which the trustee deem a u in dent forco to do the work. ii seems to do tne case that tbe pro duction of eggs In this country Is not equal to the demand. The Southern States produce in excess of consump lion and supply many thousands of dozens of the Northern cities, our own towns being included among the number that ships largely by the bar rel to New York city, but we were not pieparedfor the follovring statement county. PERSONAL. Tom MeFarland returned home week. Miss Mamie Gill, of Talbott's, is in the city. . - . Harris Whiteside is' visiting Tate Springs. Miss Ada Thompson starts to the Spriogs to-day. Mr. Z. T. Barry, and Shorty Haynes, two progressive typos of Knoxville passed through the city Wednesday , ; Mr. Ja. llarle, of Atlanta; -Ua., son of Mr. J. W. llarle of this place, is in the city, . , - Mrs. T. F. Myers, of Baltimore, is visitiog her mother, Mrs. Andes, of this place. Misa Minnie Pogue. a Releigh, North Carolina belle, is visiting friends in the city. Dr. XV. A. Montgomery went out te Lead vale Monday to rusticate for a week or longer. The many friends of Mr. Epu Moore will be sorry to learn that he returned to York, Miss., last Tuesday night. MUs Lucie Byrd, one of our popular voung ladies, is visiting menus in Russeville. J. B. Hall, with Sain. W.Flenniken, Knoxville, stopped in this place a few days last week, ou his way to Warm Springs. Miss Lilian Brown, accompanied by Messrs. Arthur Gregg and Cbauncey P. iiiztrs, started on a pleasure trip through the Eastern cities last week. Mr. D, C. 11: Lyle, and mother, of this city, left on the evening train last Friday for Happy Valley,; Carter coun ty, where they will sojourn a month with relatives for recreation and pleas ure. We were pleased to receive a call last Friday from our esteemed friend, Mr. A. II. Legg, of Marietta, Ga., who ex pects to epend a good portion el tbe heated term with relatives In Gfainger f8 . grocery leather and ttARnwAfti? . v--o ttuu ait OJ 111 U bUUIO VI .UJfllJCO" I ' ' - i ' TTTTTTT- TT TTTTTf sia. Price 10 and 75 cents Tier bottle. which we take from one of our ex changes : A liberal importation of eggs from Germany, Austria, Italy and Denmark is a new feature of the foreign trade at New York. One commission house li receiving them at the rate of several l un red barrels a week, and realizes a nandsome profit by ' the operation. The cost on the other side is about twelve cents a dozen, and they are dis posed of to jobbers in the New York market at an advance of from three to seven cents. Each barrel couuina aeventy dozen. The freight charges iuriire amount 10 nity cents a birrel. The eggs are broueht over In refrigeiators, and as a rule, their qual ity it excellent, retail dealers not be ing able to discover any difference be tween ttiem and fresh-laid eggs of do- iue.uc production. We had a very pleasant call last Sat urday from our old and esteemed ante bellum friend, R-v. W. H. Rogers, then of Blount county, now a resident of Bradley. Our old friend comes of a fjinily famous for its longevity, as it I for its tenacity to go d morals and patriotism. Although in Lis seventy second year, be is as vigorous mentally and physically as be appeal el twenty- nve years ago, reading the smallest type readily without the aid of glasses! Mr. Rogers U traveling in the interest of Sunday Schools, as agent of ibo M. E. Church, and a list of his appoint ments is published elsewhere. He b travcrreJ a great portion of Eist Ten nessee during the last four weeks, and as he journeys on borebu k hi oppor tunities have been good to ascertain the condition of farm products. He says that from here to the Georg'aline the wheat crop is a'mostatotal failure. Fanners west of us, abd f specially in Bradley and adjacent counties, are anx- ous to procure good seed wheat for the next crop. O tts are a failure. Grass crop abundant, red top is a specialty among farmers. Exhausted lands are being converted Into cotton, especially tbe high lands and sedge fields. Where fertilisers are uel tbe crop is quhe a paying one. From here to the Georgia line the per centage of corn is less than for fitly years. The clover and wheat field, larger than ever known. The coal and Iron ore, especially In Roane, are oeing uevei-p.u wiln extraordina ry rnpldity. More marble ia bring 'hipped from Knrxvi!! to Baltimore, 'iiliadelphlt, .New lork and other Northern market than any live coun ties la the South. in E. G. Shannon, a former popular citi zen of this place, now a prosperous mer chant of Home, G a., spent last Thurs day and Friday with his' friends in this place en route to Northern cities. Miss Jennie Belle Rose, the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Judare J. G. Rose, started te Hancock county last week to visit friends and spend the heated term. Rev. Dr. Wiley, of Martha Washing ton College, 'preached a splendid ser mon at tbe Methodist Church . last Sun day. Rev. Dr. Wiley is the father of our popular Lam Jtouse proprietory Mr. O. F. Wiley. Mrs. W. McB. Smith, and child, of buerman, Texas, are visiting Morris town, the guests of Rev. W: 11. Smith. her husband's father, and will probably remain in East Tennessee during the heated term. Mr. Johnson, an exemplary and wo thy young man,- the money order clerk of the Kuoxville postofflce under Capt. Rule, gave us a friendly call yes terday. Mr. Johnson is canvassing for a very useful and popular Jncy clorscdia. We commend him and his book to the kind attention of our citi zens. Rev. George Stuart, of Emory, V formerly-of Parrottsviile, haa been tbecity the past week attending the County Normal School held by Super intendent Davis, and west up to Kus- sellville and Whitesburg to assist the Rev. J, R. Payne in preaching at those places.. - He will remain another week. DrTTfTA. Young,'of NAsh'villo, ac companied by his . wife, Mrs File and family, passed through Morristown Fri day laet en route to Warm Springs. Dr. loungis Missionary Secretary of the M. E. Church, South, a native of East Tennessee and married a daughter of Rev. A. L. P. Green, of Nashville. The Doctor is expected . to visit some District Conferences in Eastern North Carolina. , ' Jackson Dispatch, G h: Judge Rob't MeFarland, who hs ben confined to his' bed at his Lome, la Morristown, Eat Tennessee, for jtluv past six months with, a serious spell of rheu matism and ortier 'ailments,- has writ ten to his old friend. Dr. B. L. Rr-zell. of this city, .stating that he was able to walk and rile around. Judge Mc- Farlaml's many friends will be glad to learn of his permanent improvement. 31 rs. A. W. Wilson, wife of Rev. A. W. Wilson, Principal of Dodd Citv. Texas, Female College, accompanied ty tier aauguters, lises BelierSame and Maggie, itat&t d i'bis-iltt" Yr ' IV tvenlng, ana i(vr -!enJ-r'' u nil- ,t lth relatlva,Miu4eUdi to ' W'h te Pine, where they will b the jrur-u. dnrln the heated teroi,' of Mrs. Cald well, tre mother oi.jirs, V Jisoa. lhe engagements ' Pr'L V'llrt"Jn;tbB Normal sjhouU of Texas, we regret to Lear, willpj-ob&bly prevent his visiting East Tennessee (Lis summer. an old citizen" of the place, who has been regarded as of unsound mind for many years. Blevins received a flesh wound in the thigh and Morrison is reported as shot, through, the lungs. Wells is in jail.' , No reliable details, t . Headquarters for Laeea r!niia- Handkerchiefs: Hosiery. Silk nAinA Gloves. - Clt or send and-get prices.-' xuvuuy, jsorcnes, iuiaru & Co.. Knoxville, Tenn. : ; . . New York. Sun: Under the head line, "Will the Democracy Commit Suicide?" says editorially: "The suc cess of Ihe Democratic candidates at the next Presidential election is' well nigh a foregone conclusion.', It can be prevented by no skill In tactics on the part of the Republicans and bv no false and irrelevant issue foistsd into the canvass at the critical moment as the tariff question was made to do duty In 1SS0. It may be prevented however, by some huge blunder of the Democratic party itself, and not other wise." : i jviourning goods a soeeialtv. Send ior samples. McXuIty, Borches, Lil laru s wo., Jvnoxvine, Xenn. jl lie most reliable, carefully prepared and best purgative of the present age is BRANDRETH'S P ILLS , They are compounded of Roots, Herbs and Gums of the most healing and bene Ccial kind. As a Family Medicine they are un rivalled, curing Head-ache, Constipa lloa, Liver Complaint, Rheumatism Dyspepsia clearing the blood of im purities acting on the Liver, Kidneys and other important organs,' removing tbe waste tissue, and adding years to the lives of all who use them. x or nrty years they have been used by the American public, and their con stantly increasing sales shew bow they are appreciated Personal. We are glad to see our old friend Major Scott on the streets again. - He has been suffering for long time with Dyspepsia and Indiges tion, but is now entirely cured. He was cured by taking the justly famous oeven springs iron and Alum , Mass," rasDuiaciurea only by landrum a Litch neia, Abingdon. Va.. and for sale bv .11 1 - .a-v - bii i-ruggisi8 at oo cents ana if l per bot tie. This is simply the 'salts' ef min eral waters and is no humbug. Try it. : : HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE. j. lie most Powerful Healing ; Ointment ever Discovered. CROUP. WHOOPING COUGn and Bronchitis- immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. IIenry'8 f Carbolic : Salve cures Sores. . " . . , " ; Henry's Carbolic Salve allays Burns. Henry's. 'Calbolic " Salvo", cures lirusies. Henrys Carbolic Salve heals Pimples. ... iu: ' c ' llenry. s Carbolic Salvo cures Piles Henry's Carbolic Salve heals Cuts ' f i ... Afort Henry's,, and',TdWno Ottier ' Bewara of Cnntrrla . : . optaTly. - i j Asheville FEMALE COLLEGE; Asheville,: IM. C.- 1 opens its next session on the .' . i; 12th of SEPTEMBER. n-BOABD and TUITION in Literary Depart jt,$J50 OS to $17(U. . I,;. . . H ACULTy full, lacladiag four wale Professor. Itntruction lioroughDiclplus ttm. llSUU Repraenua, Including Mains and Txa. A UlSfOCST TO CLCB3. .Se1' for Catalogue.. Addrena,. , . . -llEV. J. ATKINS, JR., ' President. t.July4, 1S83 lnao. DURNO'S CATARRH SNUFF cures Cati rrh and all affections of the mucous mem beane. For sale by Yf . P. Carriger. Half Out of His Head. "Blessed be tUe man," said Don Quixote's weary quire, "wt.o invented sleep." Sancho's giatitude ia ours, but, what if one cannot for any reason en- Joy that excellent invention? "Nervousness in me had becomo a disease," writes Mr.' William Cole man, the Well known wholesale druggist of Buffa lo, n. t. . "I could not sleep, and my nights were either passed in that sort of restlessness whioh nearly crazes a m,n, or to a kind of stupor, haunted bv tormenting drearpa. Having taken FaaaKji'a Tokio ior oiaer irouDiea, i tried It also for this.. The result both surprised and delighted me. My nerees were toned to copcert pitch, and, like Cffisar's fat men, I fell into, the Tanks- of those who sleep o'nights. I should add that the Tonic,, speedily did away with the condition of general debility and dyspepsia occasioned by my previous sleep lessness, and gave me strength and perfect diges tion In brief, the Tise of the 'TOnic thoroughly re-established my health.""; I have used Pakxxb's Tohic with entire success for seasickness and for the bowel disorders incident to ocean Voyages." This preparation has heretofore been known as Pabxeb's G inoxb Tokio. Hereafter it will be ad vertised an 3 sold under the name of Pabkeb's Tonic omitting the word "ginger." Hisoox & Co. are induced to make this change by the action of unprincipled dealers who have for years de ceived theie customers by substituting inferior preparations under the name of ginger. We drop the misleading word all the more willingly, as ginger is an unimportant flavoring ingredient in our Tonic. Please remember that no change has been, or will be, madu ia the preparation itself, and all bottles remaining in the hands of dealers, wrap ped under ths name of Pabkeb's Ginoeb Tonic, contain the genuine medicine if the fac-simile sig nature of Hniccx & Co. is at the bottom of the outside wrapper Tlie American DEPART3IENTS Are Filled with the Best Goods at the .Lowest Market For Cash. Hiltet Met Price Paid for Bacon, Meal, Lard, Flour, Batter ail Eol A full supply of ProVisions always in store for retail trade. MaySO-SM Morristown Boot and Shoe Factory. J. A. TOWNSEIMD, Pro. MANUFACTCBEB Or BOOTS AND SHOES OF ALL GRADES AND KINDS. tr He uses none but the best material and warrants every pair of Boots and Shoes ha makes to ;.' be a PERFECT FIT and to give satisfaction. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. Shop at Old Stand, - - MORRISTOWN, TENN. mav29 83 ly . 1 D. P. ROWE , Iw. T. MARSH. MORRISTOWN, TJETV1N., Exclusive Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 5 ' C2l PNEUMATIC E7AP0RAT02, New Principles of - ' EVAPORATING 'FRUIT, BY THE kWm MAMACTUEINff (MAST, , Waynesboro, Pa. Cutlery Frnit Dryer, Hardware, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Full Line of Carpenters'Tools and Builder's Material am-- ' t To cai'Pafe'aai ih Public " : ' We enumerate amonir other claims of th American Eva t orator, certain advantavM urnnil uj purcuasera. in aacution to , its acknowledged structural superiority. 1st. It is the imly original Inclined Flue- Evap- ur.wr. iiKruuiruiy oroteciea dt letters TiMtrnt. and the only one which can guarantee protection and safety in its use against costly litigation. royalty and damages. 8ee notice in Catalhgue of uur ciKimi . -, id. With it tbe indivldn&l f.i-m .nd onl..i;rf can cheaply oonrert his surplus fruit Into erapor- itou m appearance ana market Talue to max proaucea ty the most thoroughly equipped and expensive ;ommercial evaporator. . s.. SO. No faem implement will pav its cost auicklv. nor so many times a season. , ... , RQWE;&MARSH'.j ; diornstown,, Tonn,, 2 . Juty4tf: " -- ji-Vt' . : ...,'; :.' ' ' , Sheriff's Sale;-- BY virtue of airo -der of sale; is the case of .Joseph P Couway vs. , Se bum Qulr), administrator of Mary E.' Evans, .Issued by the Clerk'of the'Cir- euitfTourt df Hamblen county and to me directed, I will, on ; 'Monday, 6thAHnst;;i383; " within legal hohrsria front of the CourthouFo door In Morristown, Ham blen counly, Tenn.", fier: for sale r the highest bidder forcash in hand all the right, title,;!alrtl afid demand that sebum Quin, administrator of , Mary E Evans, had in and to & certain tract of lani, situated in the 8th civil dis trict of Ilnnablen county, ' Tenn.,' an adjoining the lands- of Sarah Ann Tiromons art 1 -Joseph P. Conway and others, supposed tu be 20 aciv-'rni.re or ess W. U. MAZE. J uly 2, ISS3.-1 w. Sheriff. :: ' , SOLE AGE1TTS POB , . . CttATTflNOOGA CHtUEO PtOWS & REPUBS, Every Plow Fully Guaranteed. Also Agents for th FAMOUS " OLD HICKORY W AGOrj.99 , Warranted for Twelve Months. r ... , ,,.'.,., fsMOly m or r i stow n For sale at low. iigrurea : i . i. ....... .- .. -. 8 FARM WAGONS 1 PHAETON; 3 HACKS; 1 BUGGY; 1 PLEASURE WAGON; 1 CARRIAGE. All home manufacture and made from the best material. ORDERS AND REPAIRS ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY. '" ' ALSO ATTHB :::.:..'--; -r- ";- ' '-A. Constant Supply of s Leather. WM. JT. IIOYT. mcti23 83 tf A. RAB1SEY, PBODOCE COHHISSION HERC5AIIT. AN D M ERCH A f J D IS El B R 0 K E R, ; - JACKSON STREET, AUGUSTA, - - - - GEORGIA. 'Amwton uttsmess. wunom operating on my account, retpectfuUff solicit vntreeii synments of Bitmn, Flour, Lard, (torn. Oats, Hay, Butter, VheM, WkeaL fbtate Onums, Eggs, Florida Fru its and Yegetabks, and aU kind of Jfrvdw.