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THE MORRlft-TOWtf GAZfif TE ,. OCTOBElt 3, ,1 883.
, '. . . r r ... i... g . i . j " - . ?. . . r- I TERMS OF THE QAZET1E. A WORD ABOUT 18S4. The Memphis Appeal of a recent RATES or B UESCEJPTIOX. O J contains an able article on the VmrW im " question of Southern recognition in aWZvrADVXTISl2lQ.-0l the Democratic IWidential ticket fintinrtm $1; ocaA7 r- of lgsl We are truly glad to see W o, 77 w "ZI I u ,W, Wiim-and influ- teU U diuryed according U tw rpv ocot-I 10 KGltT?&ot Dixie, has taken tl cAu ajui iUMff fdiMflarg tknr I th matter, and that Jawrt. NOTICES IX LOCAL COLUMhS-l eU per Urn for fr vryr - per lufr mdJitiarml ierfc. COM MUXICA TIOXS meeampan ud by tU trw turn d mddrt tM vriUr t-Vt to rc- ttfatfim. OBITUARY NOTICES, TrSmUff Km tptcta Cirdt fif Ttunk cKargtd Jvr o4 rej-lir atitertutrntntM, A LI. BILLS far adMrtmrng or- dut at ctrcti and paynbit Zma& OUR MEXICAN MISSION. ABOUT MEXICO TUB CO UXTItT ITS PEOPLE AND ESPECI- ALL TITS CHILD REX. AS lNTKRISTlXa UCTTER THOM v. W. CABTER. Ojxaca, Mexico, Sept. 4, 1883. TO to Cartn Mtmmoamrj p-vj-.j. Marrlatowa, Tenneaeea: Mt Dear Yocso Fbiehdb: I re- celred, through your tjorresponuing Secretary, Mr. S. A.. Maglll, your Tery kind and complimentary letter or Au gust 3b. It was impossible for me to I comply with your request that I ahould write in time for you to receive my iet- ential journal, published in the heart the initiative in its claims and reasons have been readily and cor dially endorsed by representative journal, North and South. Assur edly, the very beet thing that could be done the wisest and most saga cious step that ceuld now be taken ler at your September meeting. Your i. n.rfttir nortv-would be letter went fin to New Orleans where next they turn black when the coffee is r!n. Ther are then picked off, drtea in the ma and thraihed out on the ground. The coffee la then cleaned, sacked and U ready fer the market. Th Mexicans know how to make ex cellent coffee. Our housekeeper puts it on the table hot. In a nice little pitcher, and the cream boiling hot in another j Ditcher. You put a nice lump ol sagai in your cup, pour In just a little of the rich, atronsr coffee and fill the cup with the hot cream. I tell yv it Is good I Yon little Moiristown housekeepers will bare to be smart if you can beat our Mexican. We hare many otherlnterestlng things In this country, but I must say some- the full, free, open and hearty re cognition of the great South, and THE M0RR1ST0WH GAZETlK.LanhiPinthe 1001 ci next year. The war ana an ques tions arising therefrom have been thing about the people. There are two distinct races, the Indians and the Span- It was stopped by the quarantine rcgu- a few of both races are ncn, iew lationa which do not permit ships to more comfortable, but the great bedy sail from that city to Vera Cruz in the of the peeple are wretchedly poor and ummer niouihs. So, It turued back mi8erabie. The very poor people live WEDNESDAY, Oct. 3, 18S3. TLe anroxiuaate earnings of the settled and accepted in good faith by Xorft-lk and Western Railroad Com- both of the great political parties of Pa:.y for the first eighteen dJ8 i the country. AYhy, then, in the t.;i.teia:xrr were fl4,188, belug an In- name cf right, reason and common ,rt.ecfi213.or $1,KC per wrk- hold getUonal prejudice, l,lg rJ'"StWar tS icusy and cowardice be longer tondirg period ol Iat year, ine p- . .. . LcxiafJe eArning of the SLenandoa. tolerated and a great section of the VUt Railroad lor the first twent TJnion (whose illustrious statesmen iZlMZwfob are the pride, not only or the u n rriln2,peflo,lof,t'er,of 20 which roduced them, but of the and went to New KtiKsna ioo for the WUr.d of Cuba, next it went to the city of Vera Crux, thence It came to me at tuia city, whose hrd name 1 fear you canuot pronounce, Oaxaca, fWli-hkek-ah.) All tbU took neany . . . m J in little, low bouses, bum oi wnuiwu bricks or cornstalks. The house ususlly k.. Snt nna door and no windows and the bare ground is the floor. They sit on little palm or rush leaf mats spread n the ground, eat on the ground ana sieep ,,d ehrie' nBUpio- -d other ob tlnate Uoatetter' fetomjjcb. ; ters U lx-yon.1 all eomparisoB the best remedy thai can be taken. A a means of restoring the .trench and vital energr ot jirVona who are .inkm nnder the dcGih. Utin? effects of painful d.sorders. this 'standard TesUble lnvigorant U eonfess l'or'aaby'aU DrupeisU and Dealers - generally. " Baldwin Fertilizers. . m Buy the best. Made ol pare anima Jjonw, , dried, blood aua, poiaaa. r.yr wheat and grass, iteaa ceruucfcc v some Oi Dest iarniens ui Tennessee. Michael Purkej, agt., Merristown: M. A. KoDerts, agi., lai- botfs SU.; GoHwiu Bros, agts., Mossy Creek; GMbreatu oi meuire, Bussellvllle; Peier Smith & Son, sgts., Bull's Gap. . - laug. xv-mu THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured b Bhlloh's cure. e guarantee it. ' ; " j - - WILLi YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's Vital1 Izer Is guaranteed to cure you. ' SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough. Sniloh s caire is the remedy for you. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarra Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal In jector free. For lame Back, Side Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Successors to Broicn & Wells, or Chest use - Price 25 eta. SHILOH'r COUGH and consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. . . It cures consumption. SHILOH'S YTTALIZER is what you -m I UIAAUV - a- v -" ' ... i i - ' t . iL.t. 1..KJ i Mnd m nernameuviu wj"b npi fnrinst nation. bossoiAppeuie, a month, and your letter dm not re.cn oa it. They are very uuiy m n f ?flnd Stone, a bright lit- Dizziness and all symptoms of ;Dyspep- ,k. K.t.ir.tav evenm? neiore 1 1,. .- ( nnt their cnsiom W WMUiu v rv'"" , U . d.u. in .! 7ri nmt nr hntt r. tun uum w 1 '"I " . . I Hsnnhrtr At IML DIOUB. WUU M. ivv - - i . . i . -1 1 m m a ua uauci u " - 1 ' your bepumiwr uiccnn. 1 thank you very heartily for your letter, but how shall I thank you suffi ciently for the honor you have done me iu the uame you have taten. mej the morning, trti the Mrtue. of the in we uouac. v . they thought It very strange tn a - , championship ways washed my hands and face m me from initalg cf his owner, merning. . f I J. I. Case, of Racine, vVia. lhe gen- aughter Jay-Eye-See, that now as- 5 j,, jodiately cbampionsnip, got u 8uii0h's Cure. COUGH and relieved by l, or $l,2A) lr working day. Kx'iaUTS OF UOXOR. 1STERKSTISO STATISTICS SH0W15O TH 1NCREASK OF THE 0DEJ1 8ISC ITS OROAMIATIOS. Hon. B. F. Nelson, Suprems Report- tr of the KnihU of Honor, furnishes Tniille Cvmuureid the following interesting stat'utics, never pretiously I,ublibd in U.I4 toim. concerning that Order: ... i.v w. and o. BEsarrr yvsn. taw " - From orianuation to June SO, 1S3. North and the nation as well) bo longer ignored in the selection of candidates for the highest of repub lican honors ? There is no plausi blo reason for the continuance of 6uch an unjust, pusillanimous course. The people of the South have ful: ly accepted tho arbitrament ol arms as final. Their peaceful, faithful and patriotic acquiescence therein, for eightcc n years, fully proves that they are to-day as truly loyal to the Un- llie Lord Jesus came into the world to I a . a a. T ar 111 say a gentleman U very happy when The mUe giri8 and the women have jgf ia that Maud will have necan Induce ne young perwn 10 assume Tery beautiful long Diaca nair, . , k ber iaurei3 ana pay sinci bis nam. How hippy, men, ougui hangs in two long piaita auwu to be when fifty ef you have volunta- back,. They never wear bonneU and rily taken my name, and more to fol- seldom have hats, when they do they low I You could etaily have found a are ja8t those the men wear, with prettier name than mine, but if you brims as broad as their shoulders. They like It, and are willing to wear it, I do not wear shoes, but sandals. The lit- agaln thank you for the compliment tje girlfl like the grown women, you pay me, and the kind interest you Their dresses are usually a seamless express for my welfare. piece of cloth, much like a blanket To be interested In mission work, as wrtpped two or three times around the you are, is to be Interested in the great- body, and held In place by a string or t and best work in the world. You belt tied around the waist. Another . . . 1 .w rvrir thL t . .I.., nf iih tt little lartr- aie helping 10 uo iu ui 1 groiciik it jttv attentiou to her legs. The Lee Association of Mobile, Alft.i 1... ....t.vcn tn raie funds for the purpose of erecting a monument to Ad miral Semmes, of the Confederate navy. COMMERCIAL. ten years: 1 iu wtouut of M.lti.045 14 a,sa s Total late. year. AW TaltoSl.iasS S.Mt.404as it.ncRSEMa.xTs mox sam rcsn. From organiation to June SO, 18S3, ten years: - Ml SB rJr .J cm ! iwUd elauna, IimwUmI Kvrkiat dicpatI elaima. Til lc Un jrara sxniu as T..It.iStt 1. 13 !iiUnc te trtturr Jona 30. l: ur latreaaary An 91,10..... PF.ATIU A5D AaBCASMIJCTS, isji a k " 1B U ion as anv Northern Republican or Democrat can be. Consequently they now think they are entitled to, and demand as a right, a recogni Uon of their fidelity to the constitu tion, the country and the party at heaven tho hands of tho next Democratic National Convention. All they ask is an equal, or fair, share in thoir party's th ei r cou n try's honors. and that the gis of the constitution .Jo, to seek and save the lost. He will urely bless you for all you do for Him. Not oue little hymn, or verse or pray er in your meetings will be In vain, not one little cent given will be lost or lorjtotteu by our Father who is In er than a common hand-towei, wim i hole in the middle large enough to put the head throueh. This hangs down behind and before and over the edges of tim shoulders. They also wear a long aiorristown Produce Market. WKOLXSAXB FMCB1 , Mobbistowji, Oct. 2, 1883. in rl u . - a -80 n i .....a...... - - - - CORN.. OATS. FLOUR MEAL. . . BUTTER EGGS.... BACON i. ....... .ui- i ,v . 1 .allr1 tt "upraaa. LU1U LWklUU um. r 1 . rysTM Thistbey usually draw up over the head fgii POTATOES iust as a little girl sometimes aoen win-1 PORjc . . . .,.r nn want to bear some- hr warm shawl, snd it serves the place I APPLES. , the . k. Th mothers carry their I TALLOW lamg .wuiiut-i". i - Mneciallv the children. bahia on their backs. The babe Is laid r a, ,!.nn the ceneral memDertnip anu uiesaiugs waa nww. lo psj benefits upon 4.76S deaths, as fol- li s: d.ha.... I-" . 1T1 1H .. 1 T-J . 1J... 1 J 13 dtba datba. IIS laiba ... 7 irthm ... a1 ttha.... T1S dvatba ... 1,1 latba .. 1,1 dratba ... 9 mwmni if Mst'ittlmrn 14 iiimmrr" im nmrnU 13 it m ' It nW 19 iHWMiii 11 iiimmiii- country alike. In '7C and SO the candidates of the Democratic party for President and Vice President were chosen from the North, yet the l'here are many things in Mexico to oa tbe "serapa,- one end vf it is then brourht over the woman's shouiaer, me ether end under the other arm, and the two ends are tied in front, and the wo man trots along with both hands tree. 1 have seen, hundreds of them carrying thir babies in this way. the little feet FLAXSEED LARD interest a stranger. The country is very different from yours, yet it is a beautiful country. God has bestowed upon it some of His most wonderful nd curious works. There are vast mountains, which are among the high st In the worl-J. BEESWAX.... PEACHES FEATHERS. Wholesale Grain and Market. so 2 75a4 00 55 60 .15 -20 10 CA 1 , 10 8 . fllM . 20 . 3 5i . 40 45 Produce niTRXO'S CATARRH SNUFF cures Cati rrh aud all affections of the mucous membeane. For sale by W. P. Carriger. titw astiT POPTTT.AKITY of Smith' Extract nt u.. rin... mm m mimdT tor all diaeasea of the Bladder aad itlaneya w eomiwa w o loealitr. It U aold aUke lu Maine uu iyiuurii, It la'indoraed and recommended by practicing pny .ina .nri Uinnuudi of sratefnl men. women, and children in all parts ol me uniteu euwu. Thii im.t imnnlmritT nas been romea otito cum it nms effected. Bright' disease, that fearful Hinrm. im nouitivelv curea dt me use oi tuw re medy. None need Buffer save those who refuse to be relieved. For all diseases of the bladder and kidneys, no matter ol what nature or now long standing, "Smith's Extract of May Flower" is a positive and effectual cure. Ask your druggist for it, and refuse to take any substitute. If you era afflictedyou canuot afford to be wasting time. Some valuable information concerning the nature sad treatment of diseases of the bladder and kid neys can be had by sending your address to S. B. SMITH & BIIO., Coviugton, Ky. July! 8m ' J. 3TUBBLEFIELD f . , r j Si II 1,1 ti --BEOWN & STUBBLEFIELD,- -ri aati'ii-i flu'' HAVE THE LARGEST STOCKS OF - : .f Glothin g; Dry Goods, Notions, . ..DRESS GOODS, LADIES'M GENTS' HATS, SHOES, &C .! .Ml i . .!': ;. 'A i ij EVER On&ED OUTSIDEi OF THE LARGE CITIES. 1 OUa GROCERY,' ;.tEATHEn ANO HARDWARE DEPARTxMENTS Are Filled, with the Best Goods at the Lowest Harket For Cash. Highest Marlcet-rrice -Paidfor Bacon, Meal. Lari, rf lonr Batter and Ens. ; A full supply of Provisions always in store forretail trade. MORRISTOWN, ' - a. 12 75 40 9 4 1 TTvorvrxut. Tenu.. Sept. 30, 83. red. 85a95c.: There are yast fer- Lticktng outone aide and the head the J SbortDerrJt or Fultz, 80a90c.; white, tile plains, rich in the curious and use ful t.rrHluota of nature: and there are r Democratic party of the South came the ruins of very carious old cities solid VOte lor I which ixlsted long Deioro wiuiuu. liscovered America. LstMay, In com- 1o Jane XK 1A 6sw Uatns Makii.fr a total of 121 augment up on 4.TM death-. Of the aboTe death then wee from l, lass, to to the rescue with a tho nominees, showing conclusively that we were not a jealous or sec tional people, as the men wo voted for were representative Northern men. Now we are tired and sick of the namby-pambyism and chick en hearted ncss of those who can see nothing but ravenous lions and the ghost of the rebellion in the Dem ocratic pathway. We regard it a duty which we owe t the material SOT 77 3,119 934 Coonniptkn Arri-ieal .. VrUow rrr Saii-iJ iKbrr (inm T.f tnmr cf deaths ainc Jaa Fre asm pertk Uat year the a amber waa..T7 MKMBERSHir OF THE ORDER. The whole number of paying Lo-if ,n September 1, 1S33. waa 2,524. The uholc number of paying membera ai i f conntryf M well as i...i.t.itiM9ai. The amount de-1 r i ... i riTd from one assesament was 140. ;V.t4 14, which was aufflcient to pay ser rntv .Irath lnefiu at full rate. j $2.0eacb. Th l irpet iingle Lodge memberahip i, in Xo. 2G1, of New Vork City, with 842 members, which contributes $973 40 . n each asment. The tea next in number of members and the amounU" contributed on each asaesament are aa follows: N. i, VcmpLi. Tenn . ai asesnbara. 4 SO. pany with some other missionaries, 1 went to the top ot the highest moun tain iu Mexico. It is the extinct vol cano of Topocatapetl. It is 17,717 feet nigh and is always covered with snow other and baby fast asleep. These cemmon people are not only err poor; they are also very ignorant. Yet I hava eenerallr found them very kind and simple hearted. They are al- waya polite to each other and to stran gers. I have seen some boys at home who could learn from them in this re spect. They will get the 8i wey can for th misaionarv to eat. and fix him Formerly it was a terrible and awful the best bed, but they usually like to be volcano, sending forth great torrents paid for their trouble. They have not if burning Ists, melted stones anu i yet learned cnriauaa assiiiwuy. a sacred privilege which we have the right to exercise, to insist that or I the next Democratic national v.u- vention shall select their candidate for Vice President from tho South. He should bo a representative man. A man of recognized personal and political integrity, and of broad State and national ideas. For instance, such a man as JAS. D. POSTER, OP TENNESSEE, or M. W. Ransom, of North Caro lina, or Wade Hampton, of South Carolina, or J. B. Gordon, of Geor gia, or L. Q. C. Lamar, of Missis- a t t. aand. Now it is always ccverea wiw now up to the edges of the crater. Un derneath the snow, and below the edge of the snow line, the mountain is a mass of black sand and broken frag ments of black stone. It took us five hours to climb from the lower edge of the snow to the summit. Sometimes we would sink into the snow up to the waist. It was very slow and hard climb ing. Three of our party gave out and .wo got quite sick and could not make the ascent. Two of us, I of the num ber, cliaabeJ, unaided by our guides, to the top. At the top is the great cra ter. It is 510 feet deep and three miles around its irregular edges. From the bottom of the crater a great cloud of steam ii rising all the time, and from some of the crevices in the rocks it his ses and roars like the noise of many steam engines. Though it is very warm ml atraminy in the bottom, the rocks Many of these people are willing te hear the gospel and to learn better ways tkan they now know. We have about two hundred members in my district, and I hope to have many more belore a great while. We have no church buildings aid to aohia. w need both verv much. The children of the Virginia Conference, "Th Rose-buds," have built a church in Mexico. They also support a school. Their church is a very pretty one. I have been la it. I wonder what the children of the Holston Conference could do, if they were to try ? Now, dear children, I must end this long letter; but let me first ask you to do two things for missions. First, give a little at every meeting of your Socie- We cannot do eur mission wora an.ni:. vVQvwv a ja Corn 52a55c., loose; 55a57c., sacked. Oats Loose, 30c.; sacked, So88c; per bushel. ' ' J ''l Bacon Choice clear sides, 8i9f-i choice haras, lOallc ; shoulders, 7iaic. Labd In 50 pound tin cans, lOallc.j as to grade; selling, I2al2ic. - Hat Loose, 50a60c.; baled, 90c. a $1 00 per 100 pounds. Dried Fruits Dull and declining; Blackberries, 8a8c. per pound; Ap ples, sun dried, 5a5ic.; Apples evapor ated, CalOc; Peaches, sua dried, 5a5ic PRODUCE.- Feathers Prime, 50a52c. -Rna Cotton. laUc. RwawA-r 9."wrv ner no una. nTniran flint. lOallc: ereen. 5a6, Taixow In demand, 6a7c. Et a t nPr bushel. 80c. ' Wooiy Lower; choice tub-washed, 10c.; fair to good, 25a28c ; dark coarse, 20a25c.; unwashed, 20a25c : Ginseng Per pound, $1 40a$l C5." Sekeca Root Per pound, 35a40c. , Pike Root Per pound, 12c. Yellow Root Per pound, 5c. Lady Slitters Per pound, 2c. Dried Blackberries 7ia8c. Apples 4a5c. Whortleberries 8c. Raspberries 20a25c. . - . Peaches Halves, 4a5c; quarters, 3 to 4 cents. . r - ' '. - i. . .'i ! it',h' t aaJ i J an H Cutlery, The Great Southern Remedy For the cure of Scrofula, Syphillis, Scrofulous Taint, Rheumatis, White Swelling, Gout, Goitre, Con sumption.Bronchitis, Nervous Debility, Malaria, and all diseasea aririner from an im pure candition of the blood, skin or scalp. ROSAD ALIS has its ingredients publisked on every package. Show it tr vour Physician, and he will tell you it is composed of the strongest alteratives that exist, and is an excellent DLOOD PURIFIER Sosadalis is sold by all drug gist ware, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Pull Line ofCarpenters'Tools and Builder'sMaterial SOLE AO-EUT FOB GHAtWNOOGA CHlttEO plows a-repairs. Every Plow Fully Guaranteed. Also Agent for th j ' j FAMOUS."'' OLD,: HICKORY WACON." ""Warranted for TweWa MaatMafc . XtJ.X'M82i3t 18 8 8' aept.27 ly Doctors Masters & Lailii, . DISEASES OF THE A SPECIALTY. a -. r w-uvri for Ditients. Promi sttentioa gien to correepondpnee. Office otm East Tenn. National Bank, corner Gay and Asylum streets. ;,.. ! Knoxvllle, Tennessee. aug 1 6m ' WILE FIND AT M'CLUBIG NEW AND DKSIRABt ' Vll iiii 1 H i il k4 CO.'S 4UI ROCERSVILLE SyioJical ie as, FRESH GOODS r Ji ty. without money. Second, pray a Htue erery day fer the missionaries and their work. You need hardly stop your wont LEE, TAYLOR & CO., Tobacco and' General Commission Merchants for the . sale of Country Products of every description and agents for the following manufac tures:. Pure Raw Bone Meal and Bone Flour, Peruvian Guano,.Yheat and Tobacco Fertilizers, Plant Bed in TUe ml . l a -1 W. V. DEADER1CK. mwi t-a Kxmuyl Mporw urn : :.1mar in, f the saddest duties the ijwr- ei ; uui nuv uu, m wu. , the extent that would the nrst gen- as, cither of whoso names would add strength and enthusiasm to the tick- N... M. Bu.a. Km. 3"i mmnom, - ill, MfirpbM, T.. S4T arabm, S41T j Nj. T"4. OslT-sto. Teiaa. Vt SB-SBb-rs. fan i, No 4, Hot.xi. Mim , n memoors, $311 . No. m. idi. Mo. rrw owl, No. l.-lll.-hicat.lUa , wavmbmn, $3J3 10. No. S.1. M jlwla, Ala.. sn-aibra, HSJjW ibi aumbrr f a.w iai4 ais f & rlrnrnaR or nA th .,r.r,-r ,1r- of the crater or your play orlyour lessons to effer up Jnurr 1. lf-O. o p-ao" mm I 'Fi"i v vr , - , ..vu.. - rr- - - - . ... ... i . if -r.11.Tr.: "r: I . th. -u- u - "lvU fM:an-; n, TJftn. of Tex- are thicklr hune with icicles and the a little prsyer every evening. FOOd, liuponv s xune, iving, ,uiri8,i53 luik nambfT mailN u iom I vow v v. a . i " I, U.S. Ml-aUi.HAa t TI.A 1 X Unnvr nrf Mnwrtora I . .. .. i . mm. maii nil lanisH sir i nr Liirir iuibiibubi A.a astw inir iiiimiiiv miu a i a. - u ri vwa mr SnOW lies ClOSe UD utuenmaiiai . I tT. . e, V -r. r -i Once this crster was very active and sunset hour. Then, dear children.! ask I and Wholesale and .Retail Grocers, ,ent forth millions of tons of rocks, la- of you ene other thing : sees uu xa, 7US iryuuuuurg, lava ran in melted I Jesus, each one oi you biut- 1 quote country . prwuvo w"") the mountain I christian, it wouia do verj nu tv. . aim eunit wuwSuvu v " I v. m nn sTinnUl fall I tprtmtai n t nmmnt returns at the I . ftv v a flhalOfltn VAlirWITM. 1 1 1 IT iriNL ais rm.m nu M avww "V" At -v U-Aotnrn I a i .Ufa w .1nw n iriA moun I w vjs m wuubm j w - - --5 . I t IJl VfM. il V -V W a, u v. -1 v 1 aaa-i-i a-r.a -- 1 1 . man to head the ticket, Jas. D. Tor- Uio below, i uere is mucu down In tae crater ana me jnuiai.a K Wdlrsmen MONDAY, SEPT. Ztd, tt.j.. y..t. r.t Mr- 17. A. Ross, late prta- Xekf elpat "ol tVemSinVry.t' HuntivUle AU Xicai I lK. . 1 jt mma thsn thirty sirs. a obs, wuu u . , . - IN EVERY, DEPARTMENT. 4 . Wmbe assisted by a foil faculty of accomplished Yaducatton-l ad antgee,In the attractions of a refined and christian home, in beauty of location surroundings, and in splendid climste. This in. atitutlon offers every inducement to those eeking SieWi:b mental aud phisical culture of their daughtera. - For catlogus and terms, address j , Mrs. F. A. ROSS, - Rooei-tviTler Uawkint .County, , lennmee. Dry Goods '1 4 EMBRACING 1 ' 5 4 1, jvoiions Boot s , J. One o fcrha ever bad to perform is to chron icle th- death of Judg- W. V. Dead er ic k. He died at his home in Blount ville, t 3J o'clock Thurdsy morning. Though tills result has been expected f.r many days as the inexorable de mand of that dread disease, consump tion, the news at last will w ith a thrill of deepeet sorrow IeJeri-k was one ef the leading law j er i c f this lection, and his ability was recognized by his appointment, Dy Governor Marks, to the Supreme liench as a member of the Commission Court. He represented Salliran coun ty In the Constitutional convention ol l!70, and was by cotumon consent f the Democratic party, without a con vention, given the race for Chancellor for the Chancery DivWion, in 187S. He was a man of extreme modesty, but no one knew him to laltar In th discharge of a known (duty, whatever might be the consequences to himself, lie had not the courage to do what he conceived to be wrong. An honeat man has gone, and his place will be hard to fill. It is a consolation to know that he met the inevitable hour that awaits us all in the bosom of his tlcman named. With some able, va and sand. The hissing torrents down lde and may now be ter would grace the Vice Presiden tial chair as President of tho Scr.ate be received and reflect.as great honor upon the Mr. Nation as he reflected honor ana fame upon his State and tho South during his administration as Gov ernor. Hi earnest efforts to settle the State's financial indebtedness, on a satisfactory and honorable basis, has contributed to his national rep utition. Without financial integri ty, State and National, as cardinal features in the nominees of the Dem ocratic party, there may as well bo no nominations. Honesty of admin istration and commercial integrity down and get It and bring it out and sell it. The beautiful vallies of Mexico pro duce all varieties of grains and fruits. All those tht you are familiar with grow here, besides many others which belong to the tropics only. What would you think of going out inte the yard and picking up lemons and oranges on of the ground like you pick up apples in the orchard at home. Yet that is the way the people do here. In our yard where I now live we have trees growing that would be great curiosities to jeu. One is a lemon tree full of fruit, anoth er is a lime tree, also with fruit. Then we have a banana tree. It is very curi ous and beautiful. Its broad leaves, as 1 nf all descriDtions.' say Clover, Tim- one of you. If I had a list ef jour othy, German Millett, Orchard I ,a a tt nrar for I trrass. Herds crass, Evergreen grass, dr box d M,- but I pr., fo, SJSSZ nrbow. and I hope you wui oo imutvcu ,-Uv 1 ' : you any now, am. jy-.v. . - 5 . , , anon,liv Twoi T . I. l-utl &UU1,'1C1U.U1IUUI tvuviuii t i same ior me, rrsje... .f. nH rTnlesWen.ner bar , to a missionary far away irom n r '7nn,' dried and his own Deople. BuS God is with me and blesses me bless 70a likewise Your brother and former pastor, D. TT. Cartxh. rel, 75c to $2 00; : Apples, . dried, m.h. per pound, 6 to 7 cts.; Bacon,new everyday. May He P po to 10 ctsjuams, izrow cm; anoui ders, 8ito 9 cts; Salt Pork, hog round, 11 cts; Sides, 11 w 11 cts; BLECTRICLTYOt all the known Hams 12 toldCts;onomaera cia, o.ivsnln Annllances at tne I RaaF hind nnarters. i w v cus: ivrv Quarters, 5 to 6 cts; Butter, table, .ZXJ will be key-notes of the next Presi- broad as a palm leaf fan, branch out dential canvass. No Southern states man presents a more unsullied po litical record than Jas. D. Porter, and his name upon the ticket, with a aensirjie larin riauurw, sum from the Iod and curl dewnward and . - : . K1.la TYim fruit hangs in great bunches Just under ORANGES AND FLORIDA. the leaves. The bloom Is a large purple at the present day it is now conceded by the Medical Fraternity ana jsawriciau-1 q to 22i cts: Buckwheat Flour,3 cts. VU u ?a 4v wiurctt uv uxuwvu, w cts. to $1 00; Blackberries, dried, 6J to 7 cts; Chickens, dressed, per doz., $2 50 to $4 Q0; : Chickens, . live, 1 2 00 to $3 00 a doz.; Corn.oldwhite, per bushel, 64 to ba cts; new, o w 65 cts; Cherries, dried, pitted, per nossessin intrinsic Electrical merits. as one shield-or appliance can be fitted to any part of the body, which is not true of anv other. See advertisement in another column of this paper. Electric Gazette. flower as big a a little girl's two hands. Theu we have the mango tree. Its leaves family and surrounded by sympathlx- j suggested by the Democracy of Ohio are small and purple, iu fruit large and lng friends and neighbors, ana that ne i an(j yirginiaj 0Qr prospects for sue will be followed to his last resting place by the general regret of all who knew him. If the consciousness of duty done, anl the repeet and gootl will or our fellow men, oan smooth the way, how gently and noiselessly must he have glided into the unseen world. To Intellect and learning ef a high or der, was added a quality which endear ed Judge Deaderlck personally to all who came in contact with him. Ills heart overflowed with the milk of hu man kindness, lie would not say no to a lriend or a harm thing to an an tagonist. If he could he would have dropped a tear upon the faults of hu manity and blotted them out forever. Ills ability commanded our adotlratioa aad hit kindness of heart won out love. Of such as ha tare ba f.w om earth Of sucA as ha was thara are aaaj c hsaraa." If he bad a fault It was bis excetslr modesty. "Ills life was jenile; and the elements so mixed In kJm, that Nature might stand up, and say U all the world, IM ea$ a wo." cess in 1834 were never better. Ttnr K it Hiatinrtlv borne in mind that we want none of Thomas A. Hendricks or Benjamin Franklin Butler in ours I yellow. I think it is much the Desiiruu ia Mexico. It is so good that if you had one I think you would almost smack your lips for two days. Another tree Is the ppya. It ad wlln broad scolloped leaves. Its fruit looks something like the cocoa nut. Yet ano- BETTRR TUAX BREEZES AND BLOSSOMS UNDER A NEW i FLAG. - Xtsb the balmy air and orange grorea of Flori da fail to keep Ha people full of happiness aad comfort. Art must help nature eTerywhere in tropios aa amouff tit pinea f th aorta pound, 16 to 17 cts; ;Eggs, per doz., 17 to 18 cts; Flour, per barrel,fine, $3 01 to $3 04; superfine, $4 00 to si 0: extra. 10 IU to a u; lamny. $5 p to $6 00; Feathers, new, 58 to 65 cts.. per. pound; Ginseng . Root, per i i - . . jX ' ; . 2 ; fgaa MitIicis::Pai anils. o .i--" . t- , . r ; r-z :.v- - r: at i -f-: .r - -....'-- . '- - - ... I SHOES AND HATS a Lowest Eastern Frices. -DEALER IN Choice Tobacco. arid Cigars. : - ' - MORRISTOWE, TENN. . Morristown Boot and. Shoe Factory J. A. TOWWSEWD; Pro. MANUFACTURER Of a-iL rhlrf emocut the bl easing which are adapt-1 ftl t 9c: HaV. baled, meadOW. $50 ed to aU tones,- writes Dr. f. G Wallace, of Fort J.r egQ. .- elover, f 50 00 to $60 00, Dade, na- -1. rarker-s Tonio. It nu t- na 1 TinltnVi $7Q 00 to $75 00 : Lard; BOOTS AND SHOES . - - ntJ ITT TP 4TITHJ HaVfs KTNTIS ' T ' I nA:MMwa4.el. TTaaP Lri .-.'--- ! , j . . .Ai.-.a .U . w -.J.- uuuiiutjmui nuui Shop' at Old Btana,-- ,y Lvy.r ?ir" Um world for a Held, ana most or ma -nrrwni - ' j tl In 111 pfa SL-arteldtottaou. I hare used tt la the I COUntryy par ZKntfil ther fruit is the grensdoa.' Itgrows on iBO-ixtixngraa-ita. it seems to aooompUah J ct9. gprfng, 3S. to -40 eta; Onions, to ... a ..... 1 - atnyfl - - a small bush. Is red and about the size wtu aaa what u n-ua. p"-" - I pe n a. AND C. RAILROAD. rx.. r.t T.-.I. I of a June apple. It is slightly acid and t- : , K, jni....nt(A th-ta.te. i . . ..- T..,. 0f oar Tillage reCClTcd a lttter ; Te,J tw'"1 ""' " 1 Tonic has Te"J reu t-u Jones, OI our Tillage, i-ceiTiu a. wi tree, or I itin the stomach of long bush, for it rarely grows larger than a standi.. It la the ideal purifier and lnrigoran, . I . mmr . Sl. mf. a Tl VAV4LB SI ViSBi s lfkw auTS vi t Von laa-aallaan and I Masera. niaoom - . cumva- - I .k mM tt.-t sfter AnrU 1. 1833, tha name df ant conee, uut a Bim.i ju last week from Gov. Ilagood, president of the Carolina, Cumberland Uap and Chicago ItallroaJ, which contains noth ing definite, but gives assurance that everything la being done at the present, and expresses confidence in the ulti mate success of the enterprise. Col. Cambell.the Secretary, is in Tennes see looking aftsr the Interests of the road. Major Kirk, the engineer, is in Pickens completing the permanent sur vey at that place, and Mr. Schofield, the financial agent, still in Europe do iog all that he can and writes back that Hit prospect are as bright as ever. saw a coffee bush with the coffee grow ing oo iU ... Our little tree is only about tlx feet high. The leaves are small and bright rreen, the twigs are long and slender. The coffee grows In little round pnds, about as Urge as a May cherry. Two gralas are In a pod whh their flat faces together. The pods grow in little clusters-near the base of the twigs, like . CURES' f , CBACKKD HOOFS, r SPRAINS, i SCRATCHES AND SOKES-: eaaa of a delicate djspaptte yoaaa ladr. I Uatfl, Winder, JHsr uuairei, v w 'i&itti ,n Z S'iSK Horses.GattIe and Sheep . . . . ..ii. r v ....' . I ' ...... . , nant roc that nuao-.-vi-i, " ' "1 dried, pared, H to 10 cts ; unparea, brin, 0t. I a atao glad to ata. that thai WJJ a . haTv ' . 4 to 5 cts ; Totatoes, Irish, per bushel, 65 to 80cts; Sweet Potatoes, 80 to 90 cts; Peas, black-eyed, $1 00 to $1 50; black; $1 50; Rye, per bushel,, 60; to 62 cts; Turkeys, dressed per i Shop' "ITT" A RM 1 T A P E,' B R OS. i currents. First the pods are greem, then I sic-ataraof Kiseos a Oo- is at the bottom of red, then they look Juit llkecherriei;ItttUWWI' trU of this preparation win hereafter be suapty amaa Tono. The word "Otoer" Is draped, for the reaaoa that an principled dealers are con-j rtmjitiT deoalrtns' their patroas tf auDsutotiac lafarior preparatioaa nnder tho name of Ginger; aad as c laser is an nnlmportaat n-Tortn( mgreoi Mt hi oar Tonic, we are sure that oar friends wiV tm with as as te the propriety of toe change. There wlB ba ehaaea, howeTer, ia tM prep- -.i uUij .n iniiiaa ramslninar ia th hands 1 of dealers, wrapped nnder the name of "Parker's 1 paCkg drCSSed, $3 50 to $4 50 per Giaer Toale," conteia the rann--a xaaucoo dozen: GeCSO, per dOZCn,$7 tO fU. October 2, 1883. "A& your gtroekeeper for it;rjrite direct .to. the .manufacturers, ... eiifflitoicaiiir.Oil CMp'jj - CLEVELAND, OHIO. DRUGS MEDICINES, STS' .-prjNlDTiiiss,; erVl' offct 8W. Tooth. Hair, Men and Clolhee Urushcn, ' T Ladies and aeutieme.W r ite ToUoco;aua a 5! of Cigars aw;yiit bead. Sjfedrj L I;,. 1 j aU,M MU4 f at v -3 vawAJaa. o. GalbbaIih Ss Nesby," Agents,, Ras'ellTille, Tenn. which wvnow havataswea,. 3un27 83 tf e sik