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188 3. Ths lIorristoTrn Gazette. WEDNESDAY, Jclt IS, 18S3. Loral Able and Other Aeics. I.or A ttyJogriphic pen. Finder j.Va-e return to J. A. Townsend. Jotin Lowf, tm of I.?ui( Lovre, at mouth of B.t.i 'Crevk, frit from th fr:e I Mt :-a:urJy and bro'e til arm. Come to MtFtrlaad llcAmia and get your oJa at 5 ccuta ir kuii J. There h a quite a crowd of MorrU t n" Tojnu lks who pent Sun Jyt Mineral Illil Stit . We uuderstaud tLej took ihe lea.i." Wilb-.iru Hiker, on CiiutWj, has jatt fiinthet thrrrhing aaJ report 11C0 LusUU of wbcat an J t00 bushtlj cf c-u rie 1 bj himself. Xext. Look! Soda 5 centa at McFarland & McAmis. "VVe are requeetei' to fay tbat Messrs. A. 11. FJara & Co., ho have beta op erating in the principal towin of the unrer counties for manr months rat contemplate vWtinjr this place and re main a abort tijne with their machine for renovating feathers. om epecl mens we hare seen of th-ir wnri- do not hef hate to pronounce it a uc- cess. Old feathers ara renew nrl new ones cleansed of rum. -t.- rnH. ered more durable and prevented from packing and pressing together. The process makes the leather fresh n.i linlr and removes all nut, I-. am odor.. 't!ce ill hs arrival, and we commend their ludvs iry to the patronage of the public as onederald of humbug and deception -iiu iuii ii real rrerit anu economy. animations nesi momiu? this ihinw ha? been gotng t,n ftr Itmie lime.' And let uie say, right here, that ecientUts tell us that the far side of. ifijoo from us, which we never f'CJUjs be inhabited. This is ceruirily s'. I saw several of th inhabitants peeping over the edge l9vWit wb matter. And sciemUte furthir rtti.m that rl.A earth is slowing up in its motion, cam ed by the friction produced by the Ude, Thia js a mistake Tim I -rI, U0r4UivU tllt.Government bo ul i make mi appropriation to blow ofrthe top of this mountain. I wish the Louisville ccrrt apondent could have witnessed what I saw that night. If be had, Jt .would not have been more astonishing than what be has alresdv If you want cheap groceries, go and tee Mi Far land & McAmis. The GtzETTE return thanks ta Miss Ida Van llus for a beautiful basket of ilewtn. Mis Ida La the handsomest arranged Mower garden in our city. JJixtd picklts, (Low-il.ow, Mexican Lo', laby pirklei, bottled and le?e p. vk.lv, ai McFarland & McAmis. The social p.rtr given at the resi dence cf Mr. J. C. Malbea, last Friday Bifbt, was largely attended and ati facto:ily macaged fur the enjoyment mf all. 1 e iltl tocgue, jutted ham, canned in. kcrel, a!mon and all kinds of can lud uieau, at M. Friand & McAmis. A young man Iiing uear Kingston, K1 Tina., was attacked one day last wtekby m fx, which bowed great lircer.cs. Il kpt uj the alt-uk until be subbed it l death with bis knife. Mr. A I. buiith, of Fauquier, claim to Lave the btf " apple tree in Vir ginia. 1: lias produced seventy-live i.i oiie season, and one scojo'a b.aring La maJe a forty gal lo;i barrrl of brandy. The Ilamblen county Teacaera In-ti-tute met at Morri-town July 2J, and cantlnucd two weeks. There were not so many teachers present aa should have bdeo, but they were very enthusi astic. Some of tLem ahowrri able skiil in tbeir manner of conducting recitation, and wi.h practice, will make fine teachers. Frof. Geo. Stuart aiisicu me Superintendent during the ladtweek, and added greatly to the in terest by bis new trethnd at t.. m- He presented what baaalnrara trn r-,.n I "'Jcred dry and difficult studies in such way thai ther seemed interesting. Fiof. Keller, of Sevier county, was with the Inaiitute a few days, and supplied it with books, for Which the Ibtlilule DAaaad . ranl.tinn of thanks. The teachers Miirrf iii.in. circs aa ociog greatly benefited. This week'a Moksistowx GazErrE couuinia joeta entitled "Tying her bonnet under her chin," which, accord ing to the legend prelited, was " writ ten for TBS JJOKKlaTOWN- CaTK-ttw "It i identical, except in the omission of one stanza, with .Nora Ferry' well known noem, The Love Knot." Bro ther (ielni should seek the individual who has thus imposed upon him, lea 1 him to "some recluded spot, and con vince him (with a club) thai plagiarism I one of the contemp:ibk st of sins. JjtUmon, JeralJ. And if it was it U Ily the falliag ut the b.oru of a der tUk at the Ilaiiimore m-trble quarry, in Hawkins coumy, n the 13'.h, Mr. Jom pvi Home r killed, lie leaves a ne and seven thiidren. Ntthlng like it ever seen. Goods at -1 1 1 cLea-er than they csu be bjugbt at whokale. Cirren and Mack tea at ii'r.t. Jaat3 centi, at McFar laud A McAaiis. .e of t'ie rs.-apmi CjuI Creek, con victs ciiuibtNl iato a tree where he I x-m d the nibr. lie xva discovered tbi-rn the i.est morniig um ng the i. h; k'-ui w bich give al.nui tu being distur.vd before daybrvk. A i ttfjit i. bcaig ma le -niang the UaUi.ig litiem lo raj4C a aulliieut aiuouiinf liH.iifj to buiU a Female In.-tKuu.! at K;i. xville. Several gen-t.erii.-ii have agreed t give J1.1H.O c.c.i. It i ,ltsi,,. J lo r:ic j Jv-d. Tie 11-: of e J.:v. i:. M. Hicker r,,I IV II th will iirt-K ti the iin..-r-.l G. W . Xoe. vlio did ni ntH April 21 l?t, in the M. tho.!it tlnirvh, Morii.ston n, the Iirt Sunday lu August text. 1 be cium odious building which has len ert-t-ted Oy U,e etrts vf the phii anu. ri.ic chriiian worne.i of Chatla n .i.ga it uw cumpU-ted so far ihat it i tc.idy fwr ti.-nipaj.cy, a:id the or have been m.jv.d int it. that kind of a warbler just what brother lielm. won'.l pn.batly do, Doctor. But it Isn't ; and ur .-uut jii t iate tnjs singer to a " se cluded spot" for any reformatory pro-ce-s without risk of the disastrousest rcMilts at home. Consequently he coli- ien:s nimseir Dy saying to bis poetical f.iitributors lint while they mty Im pose upon blio with impunity, there is u Argus-eyea JJcruld i ver on the out hnik for literary poachers, and that de tection and exposure are their certain e5t and consummate- punishment. It will be noticed in another column that the Superintendent or Fubllj" Ia s'ru tion, together with the teachers ef Ilamblen county. Las endorsed the adop tion of the series of books published by E. II. Cutler & Co., as the best to b usea as a uaUorm series for tho county. Frof. McFerrin, of the Morrlstown Fe ale Academy, baa also adopted this series so tbat with proper co-operation of the people and directors of each dis trict a uniformity of text books will be secured in the county wtich will do away with the needless expense nnd de-te-uble custom of changing books for every new teacher. This excellent ai;d b:gbly commended series of books has been adopted by the city schools of fwioxviuc and bv manr of tliA in.t;.. of Tenness -e; and with the live and en ergetic agent John W. Faulett, it it rapidly becoming the uniform series for the State. As direct. s, teachers and superintendents have all heartily en dorsed this series, they should unite in urging a conformity to it and secure unuormity as soon as possible. AOIiTIl CL1XCU NEWS. Tjioe. nrbLTennvJuIy1!!, 18S3. To the Editor of the MorrUtown Gazette: I am glad to netice a nev industry ia our vicinity. Oar jovial "and well fa rored friend, Xaihan Dalton, being tired of SO ..much ho? anddmminr ftk. tnrned his attention to the very remu nerating business t-trufkfirintng1tte hopes to be able to control the on ion trade of this country, if nothing more. The CatTry Uros. have recently ct ed and now have in successful opera- - " a, un niu uiiii, on joe s creek. This was a consummation de voutly wished for, as Jackson had to griud for tbe .distillery and aoufdrnot supply the demand of the coOutry.i Since Hipshere has suspended opera- ..ic mm, .nr. Hainan .Monroe, the accommodating postmaster and wide-awake merchant at Thorn Hill, has recovered from the crjr n. oii rider gave him about some certain reg iatered packages purloined from the mail bag some time ago. He says that it it iiad not leaked out Qd aaid nufil rider that times wvuld have heou pretty squally w i:h him and the adjacent postmasters. Jirc m. Jlonroo was so nnfnrinnmi aa to fall out of a wagon last week and break her arm. She is now doing very well under the treatment of that skilled surgeon and piince of good fellows, Uf. It. H. Tidwell, of Bean's ?tition, Tentt. That barber khop advertised iu jour psper, some time ago, by ".North Clinch," as being established at Jack son mill, has been closed fot paying customers. The propriotor save lhat the Clinchaianitea somehow did not appreciate his skill or else could not airord such cxnensivo 1 Harvesting is pretty well over. The wheat crop whilst not abundant is of a very fine quality. Oats thin on tho ground, but good as can be. The grae crop is perfectly splendid and if the wcamer, continues, favorable, we will have an abundance of hay, Corn, bo far, bid fair to be good. There is a great deal cf bog cholera in our nughboihood, playlngsaJ havoc with our meat project. Some farmers nave ioai as inya as twenty head. Owing to the continued wet spiin the honey tp hrn fcetrcut thort; but" if you will come overwe can treat yoi -- "uey como nice enough to e food for the gods, and can gt enough of the "straiued'!, to- mix up a nice diiok, irovide -yo 'ji hjjj along the peach juice. This .invitation i intended for the Junior editor as we would not wish to Jet the senior know that we like any tueh tliinr m andhoaey. . , ,, viisfj 1 ffirrMs&!Bi Mm! Ml Btoer! cr- fJrr'ft Co. Improve TheitUi'lJsAThe Kew Process The ' Rollers" fit Work Wheat- Perambulating Through a Maze of Machinery-Dirty Wheat Traveling From 9 to 40 Times Through four Stories into Snow-Drift Flour. - - i uur reporter hearing that CVD.' Mer niTT & Co:,. our enterprising millofs, bad added over $4,000 worth of ne-v machinery to their extensive flouring miljg, a? soon as he Jieard th lmm . said uiacbiaery, started on a tour of In. epecUon. -He found the affable proprie- I "..? D, 3Icrritt and G. Ii. McCrarv. P f". '"iy.Jistening .with satisfaction' to the whiz and whir and romble of Ihe rollers," etP.; as with almost human intelligence they were preparing mate rial foe "bread and cakes" tax our peo ple Bt home and in the snnny South. lrom them he gathered the following facts: : The buildings consist of four-story mill, large warehouse, cngine-house.etc. i ue engine that drives the. machinery Is an 8u horsepower, and works beauti fully and almost noiselessly. From the engine-room you enter the 1st story, or basement Here . you find the, main shaft from the engine with all the driv ing machinery attached, to drive buhrs and rollers on, floor above also, one Eureka smut machine, wheat bins, ele- -uwis. etc.. err. Asrrtiriinw t ttext floor, you find four double sets of rprdyke & Mormon Co. 'a Holler Mills, with combined and, simultaneous belt tightener, -and all the valuable adjust ments peculiar to the machine; also four pairs of 48-in. buhrs, one .Eureka flour packer, one Eureka bran packer, oflico, etc The wheat is all received on this floor, weighed, graded, dropped iMku mo urns m ma rjasement, and ele vated by machinery from thence into the large, three-story . b warehouse adjoining the mill proper. . Going up another story, you come upon a perfect wilderness of machinery, spouts, elevators,,;. belts.. ,etc-,' etc Here- you find seven reels, two Geo T Smith purifiers, one Wilford :& North xay s Centrifugal reel.--one-Kurth oockle machine, flour bins, wheat bins bran bins, shorts bins, etc. . -, Again going up, you find,-n fourth floor, seven reels, one Geo. T. Smith K NEW FEED, HITCH &NP UVEftV STABtE, A R Wl I T A C E B R O S . , DRUGS TAINTS, lEDieiNES. OILS, YARN he I'Eespetifully announce to the pub- f.; nq iiiai icey nave jast opea near the ---Kewuanpjjunaing . . r a. si.t :."5:i - -r. , : PALNT- BRUSHES, SCHOOL BOQKS,-STATIONERY; n - - - l .'buon,der0B,oJ-kfaBd GaUeina. iFiao Totaeoo and-a " ' jun27 83 tf LIVERY ARID FEED STABLE .j,pa25,.h J. R. fAYNE. , Tm- "tut; OI ,VK ay on iiand. . We 4eair i .. . ; . , - j to can peVBiarattenttott td the ' N E W YO R K E LAST! C T RU S which we now hare iu stoek . CaU and examine our .took. sr t,w- - . ; . . - " vmmrmf wv M1VH (WU . s i ; r ; ARMITAGB BROa: - Xew McFarhad Block, Mai, st, Korriatown, TenM. Horse. july 18 1m We golicU a fair share of patronage. D. J. TAYLOR & CO. Jesse Elmore, Mossy Creek, savs: "I heartily recommend Brown's Iron Bitters for dyspepsia, indigestion and nervous prostration." purifier, nenow.. Flake- purifier, one Kichmond Irran tlbster, one Bootbe sep arator, one j.ureka oruSh finishln"- ma chine, grading selves for grading mid dlings for. purifiers, , dust rooms,, dust collectors.. rearLoer in driv ,ntti chests, elevators, etc. ' , , . . " Odr uninitiate.l readers, aatliey eat the snowy biscuit-from flour made by tLis new prdcess,- can scarcely have a coDception of the manipulation to which ",c. weai nas oeen subjected to rach such satisfactory result. " ' ' For their benefit we will briefly.'. iodi cate something of this manipulation. w b,u uie wneai is rflr.plTPrt nn THAT nACKINO COUGH can be 'so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. WILL. YOU- SUFFER with" Dyspepsia anu juiiver -ompiaini y ttniloirs Vilal- izer is guaranteed to cure you. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. - - - r fi-i , y -. . , z: CATARRn CURED, 'iieal th and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh's Catanh Remedy. Price 50 cents." .. Nasal ;Jn- "Fori'JaraeiTJacky Side or Chest tie Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 eta. I SniLOn'S COUGH and consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures consumption.. , .,,. SHILOH'S VITALIZER is what you need for Constipation, Loss of Appctile, Dizziness, and all symptoms of :DvsDeb- ri f Tl! Trt ' " la " i ricci iw ana va cents per bottle.,. CROUP, WHOOPING. COUGH - i and Uronchitis . immediately relieved h i , - ,GEO,W.TATUM Patentees and Proprietors of 5hilohs Cure. the 2nd floor, weighed, graded and drop pedlronivtha, receiving scales into binj Our friend, CF. Davi. formerly xf this place, but now a resident of North Carolina, is with us spending the heaU i eu lerra in me hills of old Clinch. He aiticipates locating inMorristpwn goon- i iiorn run can br ig of thrca good working Sibbath schools, two wbite and one colored. All have a large at tendance. uic itaaemeni. rom here let cs fol low it awhile. It is cangUt up by ele vators and dropped.info tbe Boothesen-araforon-4th floor 'thenr' it n.L 1 H.. i. ' T lO jiiucijiu on ara tioor nacK to basement to Luenr-R m dri. riA i 1. s . . - - " io urusu nnisuinsr machine, thence over aiitnmitto "cnu inaciline ro taKe thence smut, machine. DURNO'S , pATABRII . SNUFF cured Cuti rrh artd'iliraflectlons of the mucous membeane. ..;,.. s-rr For sale by J. F. Carriger. Half Out of His Head. '.'Blcaaed be th man.?' gid Don Quixote's weaiy quire, "who invented Ie!)." Sancho'a giatitncle is ours, but what if one cannot for anv reason en joy that excellent invention? ."Nervousness in nie 1. .11 . . uu uiruma a a mease," write Mr. WDliara CoIb- man, the WeU kuwn wholesale druggist of Buff lo, N.Y.f M ; 'IcouW not sleep, and my nights were.eithisi paused ia that sort A th S "r:cr It 14 bevn n p-irr',! in is. IT. t.r V of .a-.e'a it'.. -if V..t.-i i i..c.rjMia;i:.g ttie i:trvi.le Tvle- hone c xup iiy. lb,: line to run from ii 'g?rvill- to It g..Tvii:e Jam lion. An. I still Morriiwn has noconuectin to rie up aad ay, -bvllo!'' to. ' VOU..g OiCJ luVd 1 N'ltl nik.-n fi ta they have ptir. liiel near Knox V!ll t?r f iu- k raiaiiig purj osrs aud b tv buil tl ir plat r "Dude's Ret." Em; 103 e a:v e 'igg.-d in b-.-autifyiug th ? pi tv and, in ti, wur jj of anolhcr, 'g ing t ie i-urroiLidiiigi an air of a. -luetic iovtI.nes. ll'.n. J.dm C. New, aa-i-taut oecre i-r .r u.e trt-aury, who is a member I ii.e I.-pul:ua;i Nation tl Committee. t nexi Ji-puuiican riatioual "..nv ntio.i iil be held at ludiauapo- lia. iimewm w s j Uiltgatei and me .-anic iiun,D:r of alternates In the CwU VcIUlOli. Kx-M iyorS. II. I.uttrell wa elected J're.-i It 111 of JI-t haiiics' National lltnkof Kioxville, I.nt week, to fill tii. v:tcricy cau.-ed br the resignation of Col. K. J. Sanford. M. L. Ho, lq., va4 uuaniui uly eiet te l Vice Preni dentto till tii va.aticy caufj by tho prou.oiin of Ln trrll. These gntle nirn are rtcognird a among the b.-st and inrar sikxv. fl4l bu-.ia-t.-t iueu of K.i.xville, and the affairs of the Bank lure Li'f.i s fortunttclv managed a 4 to u.ake i: one f tbe moit popular iu- stf:utiin la the cl:y. The laitA.Vn lr,tWit publishes an oxtrct from a private letter written I y Uev. D. W. Carter, missionary In alo&uo. lie has many friends anion' our re-iJcrs who will rea.1 this extract ith interest : "I go in ten davs to my Held in O.xaoa. It ia the first time a loicsgner has been sent there. It is oUtant and isolated. I bear of onlv two or three Engli.h speaking people t;ierc. lucre are few believers, but t'i ihh.j.!c arc liberal. It Is said to be ina.'rriaiJy one of tho bK states in tho Kepubi.c. It ii waruit-r than this. w nit (i i ii orjectiou. 1 have found no. H.va-ton liete to.- changing my clo- ti.ii-g nanut ii a'e ui:e omfortablc. 1 nc jii at nooa u hot a. id penetrating. t ut the siiade always .juiu; cool. The air nevt r seems heated. I shall feel the '.it intii S' of iut situation. I hex ... . r He have reeeivcJ of Jas. S. Neilson, of Beech Grove, near the BcntofChuc ky, a tine HKVinien of a new kind of gra.-s. The seed were sown in bis fa-, Ihor'i m..U ... .1 - 1 . ...-v, t. , ,UI ,,f miT years ago, by liu father, who bought a spoonful of tbe seed from an old la Jy on the north side of Clinch mountain. The grass bt ing thinly scattered over a very tin e meadow of tunothv anil heril rm a j did noi attravt special attention till one jcar i::le, whea the heads were gath ered and the seed a:iwn together with a icult that has attracted much at-t-.'l.tiou. The nii!.f :iranct. if tin. ,.r..j while growing is unlike any other in this country, being more luxuriant an 1 thrifty. It grows ab ut four leet bl.:h, witti large, soft, velvety sulk. .u.tui wiaer. ane neaj is perfectly white, tearing a remote resemblance U blue gras. though much richer and heavier, and the gra.-s presents a beau tiful appearance while staadlng in full head. .Mr. NeiUon has saved the seed from an eighth of an acre this year wmch he will sow and will be aole next year to furnish ste.l for market. All who have examined tho gra-ss pro nounce it very fine and predict for it much attention from farmers. The large .disl'ilfery Tcf li'iiea & Monro-, near this place, will suspend on tie Saturday, tbft 14th, .until first of it VU bd in out nartiMrtu r iron, wire, nails, etc.. nr ofnw k:- on 3rd floor thence to 2nd floor to first M'""eti una go to different ior purnying, AugusS again acn 4 t L Noittn Ci.tNcir. i tt are 6 .jtMi!ecn, J 3. Bro'vn, of THE LAND OF T1IK .S'A'1V The u:l at noa ia hot a . id .encti t ut the shade always .jultc cool, air nevt r seems heated. I aha !he !!taritn-s of my situatioa. you will icttii-uiber me in earnest pray er." Th ciiy of Oaxaca, where 31 r. c trttr h Iooaud, has a population of aiou. j.ujii inlialiraut, and is the c.i; ial of tbi tirate of the same name. It i .t late on th IWo Verde river, 210 rnura outRet cr the city of .Mexico. It cover an area two miles in length oy e ai d a j tarter ia breadth. Is well built, with open streets, intcrsperse-1 witn p.anitrions, on which the cochin " mcs ire,i. Mik-. cotton, sogar au'i t.i e.:.tie are Oi&QUIacturcd. TiKitAItKABLK SVIESTIFW DIS CO VERT BY "$A W BOXES." ' Wolf Ckekk, Tcnn.. July 13, ISSn. To tt. Editor of The Uuriiatowu Uamiu: I have real many descriptions of The Lmd of the Sky.' That bv Christian Reid was the best ui.til I re ceived the last number of the Louis ville CuHrUr-Jouriud. That correspon dent ont-herods Herod. Ills descrip tion of the Warm Springs and the peo ple residing there was nerlt ct. I (as I am acquainted there;) but wbai he saw at Bluff mountain astonished me. I have lived for man v roars amp BiufT mountain. I go there frequently apd get from the tides of the tiiouattlU beautiful granire. ButT had never been on the top. Alter read in? wlut the correspondent saw there-1 determ-J ine j lo go to tiie tep. It was so late la the evening when I arrived there was not math to be seen. I felt tbat I bad reached " the laud of the sky." The top of the Blufi mountain (barometer measurement) Is four tbctiaand thrra bunrfred (l.kO) feet. Ju?t think of it : rEIiSOXAL. .;r -j - : llr. C..G. Armitage, brother of Mr. " is in me cn.yi ... . . . John Maye?, formerly of this .'place, but now of Cinciuuaii, is iu tho city. Frank Laflei ty, lias gone to Gallatin, Tennessee, on a vi-iit to relatives. : , Mr. and Mrs. 'Junius D, M Misi He'eu Jlimlle, Iiss., Is vislrt :fg- Mm. J this place. D. I . Koweand Y:T. Marnh took an excursion to.Varin.Spriugs,N;C'., last JiiiS aggie Lenoir, of Lenoir's station, is TislUag her sister, Mrs jas. r. Carrigcr, of this city.- Miss Nannie, daaghter of Hon. Wm. McFarland, returned home laet Friday aner spendiag several pleasant days thu iriu) cs in iviioxviue. . AlIemphiH. Esq., of the Atlan vt yoistuucion, gave us a pleasant call rnuay en ronCs t Warm Srino- x. v., wnere ne avijuspenj tlsuiumer Mr. C.itha'rine.lfiwley Arid daU.-h- ter, atissiNeiu', ot Atid-jr Son. 8.,C..en a visit to relativei iu , tliisAictnUy, ar ... it-striiu jjnesui OI .Hi s. Jvl UdWiey uar esiecund fnen), Geu. V. 11 ...w,.vt .suvnie. 8uri)ii;..i na I agreeaoiy iasi i- riUay by spending scv ,,v..lc in kui iu u. ne was oa a ou?iness trip fo North Carolina towns. TheMisse Nannie A. and Sallie J. Gammon left for Wellington c.-unty, Virginia, Friday even. ng lust, where they will spend threo or four weeks with relatives- . .... .... ..... Mr.'-Hiosf h! llcAfiW, of 'th. Knott. ville policy foj-ce; whose wife has been siit.i- trn: umuj ej -fcer uncle, I. t Noe, K-q ,-of this Tlclnlry, is spending muwi.,,. rJ .,,J B II. St ong apj Townsend G lnc?, of Ivnoxville. went over t TatA'- Sif. iiruay. rlUii J?roft root r'T rho c.i-tcrff sea ..i i . . "tiiNir, .t;.i;inr mimtnr rr H.o II. rogue. Ko.. of llill-l-rn V J ' a. r - ------.. De machines RCDaratintr nnA '.,.. l. ,-,..1: . , rZ f luuuct su.u.ug uuui an or it has, from first to last, made nine trips from basement to attic and .some of It about forty times b .mi ssna -fivr- where ir "" u,s ',rt' seconrt, fhirdand fourWi grades of floor,; bfMJ Jtej-'y i TTi are.Vs3flre1 by'the proprietors that they da not intend to be excelled by any for fine flour, and if machinery can accomplish their purpose, to our untrained eyes, we think It will be ac complished. tr.i -! ,,e ?onSratulate the e,oterprisiug firm n their increasingly Might prospects. o We wl-h more of our citizens would cive us the hum of machinery in other important directions. - U e neglected to say that the capacity of the mil is from 100 to 150 barrels of flour per day. i ; T;.e beatiet rir. fall lathe memory ot me u.ursi luuauiianr. accomoaniel br vivid lightning au 1 deafening peala t iuun ler, iu i; r iA.i r rldav morn Ing. Tiie cou.bdii g clouds seemed to coin. se just southwest of town and the ra;n N.ored down ia mln&ture water ioi.!. Classic and purling Turker Lr.-ek Ueame la an incredibly short time a mighty river. Timber and plauks from th bridge at the steam mill and o!l.r t.Vr ri f -lVcted from the depot firs r wa.LnI gint the culvert at t 'e 11 -Pari iml-Mc Ami corner corn jt.Vf. ly .'ai.iing that outlet and throw tngthf iin ii. iis voUiuii of water lo th en!er an I nortii side f Main stntt. Fa ni the Lockout bank build ing to Davis's jewelry store tbe first fi..r of ail the b uildingc were mere or Jesa tub:iirged by the rushing muddy wattr. T'.o not serious damage sua-ti'i- I was the washing away of tbe p4V'-.ncnt arid euibiikmeiit cn Main Tret, lx-twe-n Wiliiains's store and the wet rd of the oil Dickinson lo..,,... Thia however, thanks fo the el!hi i.c- u 1 promptness of i;r.hij B.,rt!t r, w ij! n.on L repair d and In a iuie iiuuiieut form thin before the run, which was a rain -t real cul- i i . a . jt-y asjwi r a'ni gio, U loi.g lu Id In our ucv4ior. .' it only Iscks ten thousand feet of being as high as Pike's Peak and only seven teen llioustiil leet of Mount Chimh.ir. I determined to remain all nMit to see the tun rise, and look ant inm.. wonderful things seen bv the corres pondent. I made a rouei bed of leaved and era?, at tbe root of a tree, on aSa..aa . . I wnicu i sireicneu myself for a io .1 night's sleep. Bat 1 could uot .l.r for thinking of what ge ologists ull of bow this ruoui.Uin was formed. Thev sar where the Appalachian mountains now are It was a great trou-rh or arm of the sea, running from northeast to southwest; that tbe country north' and wenoi it urameu to If, also from a continent that was fheu ean of It, un til there was a deposit abound n tr tn 40.0J0 feet, the earth's crust sinkinr w hile the deitosit was bei til the crust was so weakened iht there was collapt, so farming this mountain. Then I thought of th tr. chcan rrnk, the granite and metamor phic rock found here. J tieard music, very faint and far. I ' sprung t my feet and wall.1 in , 1 J: . ... ' . - - " ... rv , - , erat oirecuons Defore I iret tha riffht C, ni.tfinfacturer ct th'i faaioii$",'sit ting IJuM" brand of toSawJct, . aud' l.is attractive daughter. Miss Anna, who have been rhs tuesU of thc.r iUg ;e ; ' J 1 rs. A, II. Arnott, have gone i U4imaiui a springs " - " ' Fiatik Boney, one of. our old and hoiiest German friends of KnoxTille In t lie l its of Know N'othl us a welcome call Monday. Like most l of his race thatt, Xmgality tAPfrtaiis,--( try naveeeurl lutu.jhe, comruJCllIcv o-E Like It We are indeed glad to say that there is no other remedy in the world that combines more hapuilr tonic alterative and diuretic proper ties cban the Seven Springs Iron and r t .'V "f. manufactured by Landrum & Litchfiel I, Abingdon, , Va. This fa mous and widely known medicine is Vii Ji7 everj" Dru'st at 20 cents and $1.00 per bottle. "For General-De-bility and Nervous Prostration It has no equal. Try it; ' FROM JOUNSOX'S CITT. ' Jonxscoi'a Cur, Tcnn., Julyl.l. T6 the Editor of The Morriatown OaPtle: After a Very pleasant journey of tliree hours on' the esst-bourid ' passenger train, No. 2, on the 6th Instant, vonr scribe and lis mother arrived at John sou's City. Ten n. : The railroad i8 i excellent coiKlition between Morris-lo-.vn and this Doint . Th 9 Walk tr uniA.i lt I . " f " - vv iv a ut;u b shaking the i assensrers. Thta to the wise management and energy of Cant. J. lu. Piatt, the mmpmi .,rZl 121 vV'", d.lv!810n, f the Fast Tennes see Virginia aud Georgia railroad. Johnson City is destined to be a manufacturinar- center. Ti,r t being Invested at: th nr.nt about two hundred and rtfftr ih.no,,i 1 t , . 7 tuwuiaiju ioiura in au oak sole In.-itiw t a r t A mr company engaged in.the.enr.Pr!-' pnso has purchased 20.000 &fr r lu.uul" woouianus, rrooi which ther will get the bark thev IHP nnrlnn. t cash for lt;hq,rW,J. f - very rcenlryiUnrnrd'in iJ,uin and around the city br: capitalists on WhiclWo rni r lr, , !.,vu ;aslda resorts and f Thw citizens. have hiirh bones of rho near f.nure of this place.' Tno lumber: trade is carried on with ulluuig and improvements are.goin or of restlessness which nearly crazes a man, or In a kind of stupor, haunted bj tormenting- dreams. Parlngtaken Pabjib's Tonic for other troubles, I tried it also for ihia ti. result both surprised and delighted me. My nereis were toned to concert! itch, and, liis Cassar'a fit men, i rcii into tiie ranks of those who sleep oniguts. I should add that the Tonic speedily did, away, with the condition of general debUiw and dyspepsia occasioned by my prerioas eleei i . .. . - J- '"i "u gave me strength and perfect digeii- on. - in oner, the vse of. th Tonlo thoroughly ro-eBiaDiWUamj iiealth. W bav vsed Pabesb's Tofic with entire success for sea-sickness and for the bowel disorders incident td ocean voyages." . ' ' This preparation has heretofore been known t.s aukeb's Gingeb Tonic. Hereafter it wiU be ad vertised and sold under the name of Pabkeb's Toxic omitting the word "ginger." Hiscox fc Co. are induced to make this chango by the action of unprincipled dealers who have for years d ceiyed their customers by substituting infericr preparations under the name of ginger. We drop the misleading word all the more willingly, as ginger Is an unimportant flavoring ingredient i:i our Tonic. ' Please remember that no change has been, or will be, made in the preparation itself, and all uoiues remaining in the hands of dealers, wrap- i3u uuuor me name or Pabjeilb's Ginoek Tonic, contain the genuine medicine if the fac-simile Big' nature of Huccx Ji Co. is at tho bottom of th outside wrapper. MpKKisTOWN. Tesx.. July 7th. 1833. . I This 13 to certify that I have carefully, and with much interest, examined the series of books pub lishea"by . ff. BUTLER & CO, consisting of : New American Keaders, Jfew American Spellers, New' American Arithmetic, Mitchell's Geographies, ' Butler's. lliatory,- . - and find then fully up te tiie times, and -bo well suited to school purposes that I have: decided to use them in the Morriatown Female Academy. I eay with pleasure, that this is the best series of books I hare examined.' ; '' !iJ : : J, G. McFERRIN. Action of Teacher's Institute, HAMBLEN COUNTY, JULY.. 1883. We,' the teachers of ilamblen county, heartily approve the school bookst pub lished by EPH. Biitler & 6o., -Philadelphia, and considering the' adoption of these books by the directors of this county a wise step we shall make special effort to' put their books' into exclusive use in our schools this year. For the sake of uniformity we appeal to the people to buy no other book's than the following: Xm'Amertmn'Jteaders, -Xeic American Spellers, , New American Arithmetic, ' Butler 'History: ' " " ' We also petition the school directors of this county to furnish our public school house with the New American Reading Chart and a full set of MitdielTs Outline Maps. J. F.' Hale, 'Whitfsburg. ' J. G. McFerrin. Jlorristown. W . C: Hale, Tlbott's Station. .i J. II. Cameron, Morristown. G. J. Mathes, Morristown. T. M. Williams, Morristown. ", M. C. Williams. Morriat.iwr. It. G, Williams, Whitesburg," v Miss X. M. Fleming, Panther Springs. Miss Ianme E. Petcigrew, Morristown, l. A. Morrison. Snrino-TnT . r ...... ' r- J j.iu. u imams Pllfi 0 corer for books . Latest Improvements, Folding Tops,. Vertical kiase". complete' Convenient for Use; Cheap and ComfortaWei i mui, x,.ncl ana cnoo Kights for Sale . peaks m.da to order for school. -'-'' '' ' ! officer will please order frpn f. J; Teacbsra and aaheot MORRisTo yyisL ; ; - - jay c. brown: ' "'' " ' ' ; ' TENNESSEE. B. F. S TUBBL E FIELD. BROWN & STUBBLEFIELD. Successors, to Urovrn d-' Wells ' ! ... Glotliin iJ.ii'w 5 Dry ol (iooih i ill lotions HATS, SHOES, k ESTADWSIIEO 1865.1 ...... y- I hdl l-.'-d-l .'I HAVE THE L'AnGESTySTOCKS.OF 5 ; t.di ; . ; :: DRESS GOODS, UDIES'aEu GENTS' EVER OPENED OUTSIDE OP THE LARGE CITIES. m GROCER Vt XEATHEfc' AND ' . HAROWARB DEPAUTIENTS . t . i : ' m. ; Are Filled with the Best Goods at tlic 'Lowest Market-For Caah. Hitet Martet m m for Bacon, ; leal, i lE .Flour, ' Bitter and lai .tA f Ql1. 8n,Pplrs f r?visIona always in store for retail trade. May3.1,3.t iiiuiriKmwn . . 1 . ... 3Si;i!Sri!!?: Morristown Boot rf an rl '.RK, '1? C,.a Parker, Talbutt Station .. ' : - ' ' " ' :' - " vwuvj, Mi?s Alice Laurence, Talbott Station. TO; THE; CITIZENS j i " , i . at County. J. A. TOWWSEIMD, Pro. -OF, MANUTACTUEEB ' OT BOOTS AND HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE. Tho most Powerful Ilcalinj? Ointment ever Discovered. Tr t v i Arumj a arDouc salve cures bores. Henry's Carbolic , Salve allays uums. . TT -I 11 1- r-. . . iieiirvs iaioouc aive cures lirusies, - " ' -' : ' Jlenrys Carbolic Salve heals Pimples. ,; ,' Henry e Carbolic Salve cures Piles ..-Henry s (LJftcbouq Salve heals Cuts Ask for Henry's, aiul Take no Other Beware of Counterfeits. . . . . .' sept271y. ROGERS VI LLE 1 H 11 BOMB Spflica lie sa,wH defercs. 1 1 w. it. I'i! ae; StCeX uperin-ti-iiUfnt of Public JnstriKtiinu.Mrvr 4l.b ;th In our t wnl the nt of i I r I ll.vt...- II. !. r .J, " l -1 aaviKr!" .m , ,..t). ,,e i;irru'cv, linage rail roa.I which connect ' this ace with the Cranborry Iroi. 'grks, $f. C, is Saiil tO De tllrt' m'iwf' rmnontU ...1 - "1HW !IU JJIC turcsijuroiito la the South. ; It is do ing a live businesj In frelhtin" lum. beriron, etc., two trains daily run, nlnff over it, , . , heat cropg are loox well Jibaulnt ! re open MONDAY, SEPT. 3rd, Under the charse of Mrs'. F. A. Ross, late prin cipal of the Female Seminary, at Huctsville, Ala Airs. Kos, who Baa devoted -aaoie t Iran thirtT jears to the elncatioti anl eare of yonnir ladies" 7mchr?'iite'1 byfi,il eorof 8cowrlishid In edacaiionaladvantKep,iilhe atrctioos of a refined and chritiau home, in ljeanty of location , uu iu Bfuenaia climate. THis in stitution oilers every inducement to those eeekine the hih mental aud phisical oiatue . of their daughters. For catlogue and terms, ajres t Mrs. f;a. rosus; j.ersTuie, Hawkins County. The followiug .text-books Trere adopted two years ago by the flirectors of this county for ex clusive use ia our publio schools : - - - - Arew. AmericarrSpellers- ; New Ajearsr1eaders, New.Amfim AFiteTtei's Geographies,". ; Butler's JlistoriesVT; ; The adoption of these books was a wise measure ana meets the hearty approval of of myself and ail the teachers of the Institute now in session at juorristown. I, therefore, in conjunction with the teachers of this county urge the people to supply their child. ren with the above books, and no others on the same subject, so that uniformity may be reached this year. I shaU be glad to have the directors supply their school-houses with the New American Reading v,iarlB ana amcnen s Kew Outline Wall Maps. Uniformity and better facilities for teaching are me greatest needs of our flublic schools. - Very Respectfully, F. 15." DAVIS, uljll inr County Superintendent. SHOES OF ALL GRADES AND KINDS. He n.ea none but th best .hr,.f ind Shoe. h. : . m. x uiu w kivq catixiaction. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. SIiop at Old may 29 f3 ly Stand,' - MORRISTOWN, TENN. V. P. ROWE AniefiGan Fruit-Dryer 1.4 New Principles of3 EVAPOIIATIIT&FRUIT, V' BI THE ' Elm's mmmmMw, Waynesboro, Pa. I W. T. IfiLKIH. MORRISTOWN, TJEIVIV.; ExcliuiiX Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ; ' H ard ware;; giitlery, FARMING ' IMPLEMENTS ' ; 7 FuUXineofCarpentersTqols.and.Biiilder'sM sole '-Ao-Eisra? oia, i ennessee. are cood. Cnm ot.na i I, rutt8 and be - t mm. . lour truly, u i. 1,,,eJhi1?- "iat Stop It. OKI Squire - iramsey, of .Blue. Ga "luutU lUiU yuiiii. n ! toaker lhat w ill th memory of one, which was on the lht side of the (.uir. As I ai)2)roachod the prk.-ii.ii I di covered" that it was a short distant below uie. It 4 cfhlentlj the ruiw oi nari. i said io mvfelf- m.Ij ii tlie laud cfthe fly. ncj these are an gels plajiiig on h rp.' Untcned for aouie time and cuu!i only recojuizs ODetune, -ilie Arkansaw Travlr I theu returned to my bed and to sleep. I had probably slept two hours when 1 had a terrible awakenlojr. J thought the top of the mountain was heintora off. There was a grinding and crush noise and i gr.-.l light ill around uie. U.it I fuon took in th situation: the laoo.i ha.1 co.ue in contact with the granite of the top. From my ex-1 He if ft BiBinti ins: fur upi.ur iM.vn Wi vjrpm-ta l re turn here'durln this wiek and a d.iy or two witli the colored Normal Institute n4. Lti s-isiaa. 4-V"-'"""'-'"!'. ' MvJf.ltHOr Mm'W fjltlant; ua.. u fri:Jiieat diviiis an J jfaerni.Hir weirKnti trrtnany- of otir headers, p.is fryer the Kean's Station Honf lat 1'rid.iy. auJ, will soend aoiiidTflm' ai mat retreat. i m rntr.-Jreft thn' tne 44ocior 4 to nil an iniportaut aunoint went at Ixl rton.lvy.V early in 'Aujj- u .. 1 1 I . .1. ... ..'7 .in., .i.m ii. is hid cirne.se nope or ins ft i nd het-e tfi ifc hi.4 physical teJrtar lion shall bo equal t that etiir-.'iicy. MYorauiy Kncwn- to tnr rtdtd readers the ft'lj.uUs- iirHjr-r f.Vniitiy years pt, oi ine ury gootis house of 1). Tenee A Co , leaves to-night fiK-VyUn-Ville, Vau, haiu; aecepu;d a situation as salesman in the bor.f shoei ?li'l til houe of- Mr. Ewald f that cily. John Branticom li a model yonng nutu in eveiy respect, and of splendid buI- neus yualith-3. Ills friend all to Hire B.i peoidj tr letur tht nml biai a.-fju.iV'.!e-iir.nfirtM1, f.''l lu-ii in ousinfss rt-lnt rort- and the. Ji-thod!st church will.-ur,' in Uiui au exemplary Hiri d-.votud m. m ber. Weare very kimvro in ,nr wik es for Lis success ia his uew Louie. ' wrote to a tr lend iu LhU t ir- iat ri; . "The continued rains and riimnrMh! r has made u9 all sick with lilieumat- J4 i'4ius.atia jSuruJla: My wife was not alii to Wl4ik for a time,5 and tu onlu "-"'v " v juiu. luiit .wo'ua stop it wai The Geuuiue iir. Hart's Itelief, It -has. cured u all. DoD't buy any Imi tation sruff. but if you have rheumaU ni, euraiia or any pain, Genuipe Ilan'a Jtl'ef-f ., .. r This College for young men will beein ita icth easioa oa tke- r r r-. - , , Ctlio? September, " 1883. AU the appoint menU of a first-claw school, it chHnges compariao, with. any College in h South , .Special facilities offerea to youn men of Jirauea means. For catalogue or tion, address. , ether in form a- ! i. et Tito reirrci nylLdvilU. u.,w .him tl Ul like him. Thy j Richmond (Ttratin Adoocate: It is ia mat uen. Ate liarord, the noted .Kentucky turfman, ,whi loft "the Disciples" and joined the Episcohali ins, jrave as his reasrrn Jror so dolns that he fl3ii!Bd,.JQa: lorIitgtB( t th matter, J I.df f jprn "h.id An VtiV4-iv:' pfrilo'ir.phej. has al (hafhe would ii..t ive1 ten cents a ynrd f..r a idi-ee if the horse can't trot. , , .., rourtli ifouud, Quarterly 3Iect- OB2H TOWB PIS I BUT, H. K. CBCKCM, SOUTH. Ju y 18, 183 E. HOSS, . VJCE-EaESIDEKT, '""i-m..wi.l.n - i m , .;-,; -a : ' ii CHflTTAfiOOCA CHltUO PtOWS' & REPAIRS, , :': ISvery Plow Fully Guaranteed,'. JqgenUfo? ibV,"', " , ' : . i --. .- i : . :: ' ; "'-' : ': ' , .... Vr . . FAMOUS OLD HICKORY jWACOri i m mm ' Warranted for Twelve Months faMCSly our Patrcns Mill hlllC. ne enumerate among other claims of the American evaporator, certain advantages secured by purchasers, in addition to ita acknowledged structural superiority. . ' .. . 1st. It is the only original Inclined Flue Evap- Wit' proieciea Dy letters patent, ana the only one whichan guarantee protectioa anl atyin its use against costly litigation, royalty and damages. See notice ia Catalhgue of mil- rtaima " 2d. With it theindtvMnslfapnu can cheaply convert js surplus fruit into evapor- i atari staaI n v. i .? . -.w., c'iui ut appearance ana market value to t hat produced bv the mixt thnmnrhi.nnn. and expensive conmercnil evaoormtor. t 1. Mo farm implement wlu pay ita cost quicHv. IV! O R R I STO Vy fi For sale at low figures' : -r-.u.l ilr. sr;i-rrai t iil'S' 'lij 1 1 j. ; SURE; WAGON; - :ixn:aiu: y FA1W WAGONS: . 3 HACKS; Tfc-WaT a irnm -v -t . .. All home manufacture and made 'font tKe 'estmaieriaiJ - ORDERS 'AND REPAIRS ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY. Asheville A:i 'I ml f COLLEGE, RQWE:& iiARSH, hwr SSfierlff'Sale.-- ' circuit, at Bethcar, July Ig. 29 Joursyille clrciiit, at Camp-ground, Augu-la, I oj,t a 1 alley circuit, at Camp-KroHnd, AuJ4 AsfiQville, M, C., opens it next session on the 12th of SEPTEMBER. rnr. v; ! Auiii4a.-i ...-. t j . r;JULJ, . liutWrfv-irsi faw - J a. t ,c.r , uf 1 ;! Hat"r !.S r.'. -.!;aii;rt' IiT5 Oov cTii.t, ai ibz,, Wc,iy Ci.- V ft..' ii, Newp'irt vlwTift; Kvt T'1. St. ClAJrisrai,. j'T. i.. 'ffi.t , rt:r J grour:4. gins nrHOAKb and TUITION in r,:terarv lyevirtl -aaent, $1 30,00 to $170.00. , rAccTT full, iiicliding foiir It ale Professors, iastructlon thorough Diseiplice firm 11 State Ri.prfsented,' Winding Maine and I'rxa. A DISCOUNT TO CLUI1S. 8endf.rCitalog.ie.''A.ldrPJ, f' T; KyrT,ATKixsjTtJ ... President. July4,I3S3lruo, H Vtuc.GTr.an Q:;cWr pX fiala ia tho J-J caaot; Joaepii.fI3!. Conway v. Se- M Mwriui, MiiHitrriMf rflTrvT fir -nirw f Evni, is'aed.by the l4rk of he Or- lUh urt w xiarahJen county, anq to me directed I will, on v'-iA j ' 5 " witbrn-:; Iofl-?ili6ars fir7'fr6rit bf th t,ourOiou??.dQ6r; ftowo, nam bleu ecu nly, ?Tenn '-ofrera for sale to the n?nlMrfl)rOiih Iti hkxul all 'h tl& to'M "l "jvaeoja.ui. that eb ifn yuitir dttiftnstritxr f Mary E. jUvan hanXhfl u: a certain tract of lan t sitnatR( the Sth civil die triei; gf ilamblen county, Tenn., and adjeioing , the land.? of - Sarah Ann Tirainons and Joseph P. Conwuy nnd others suppprdf twigamcr: rnr arl Jtily2,lSS3.-4w. JSheriflV .mob 28 83 tf 5ii V' J AX -THE- A Constant Supply of Leather, i J. HOYT, PBODUC w. COMISSIW AiW S E V , , ' . IJEflCHAIiT. f V flD MERCHANDISE BROKER; s ' JACKSON STREET, f ; ' ': .TJOTJST-A.? - - . . GEORGLi, Utmw.w Busmen mtftout oneratinn oh. m -JJt.t,,:L? r: vgnmentsof Bacn, Flour, Urd. torn. OaU. Yfav TSZrVZZ nLzr KuT' rutfiand Vegetable,, an & lid$ oiVvtfi .