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1 1 , Hri . Ill ii ( I'.y JOHN E. HELMS. THE HORBISTOWN GAZETTE .Subscription Price, $i lOf Inc-iri'tWy in alcanee, otherwise $2. Enter at U roes trtlr at Mtrrriatowa, Teas. a-e ecoc 4 claae matter. f form. The chief obstacle to the Intro ductloa of the gloasograpb, says the rU Mad GaxttU, will be the difficulty In deciphering the character, but it la not impossible that with the help of a second automatic apparatua the charac ters produced bj the glossorraph mar be translated into our common type writing. The orthography would doubt- Dr. raemanfl aci His Exnlorations. WHAT HE HAS ACCOMPLISHED. Till: WOLTIl OP UNITED lM apiwr ilrange. but la Iheaed.ji of Th- Uame.T, ..., ' , . STATIM SOATOHS. Pkowlte .ptlltag ,bU ml, bt ..I long b. Tjn -lt-The MORRISTOWIS7, TENN;, WEDNESDAY, XOVEMBEK 21, 1SS3. LONG - LOST CITIES. VOL.,XyiII.--NO. 35,; SEaELV ALL Tr THEM WELL TO DO, WU1LC rXE or TUIM COCNT TUE1K WEAITH BT THE MILLIONS. A U'atLiojlon correspondent of the Whfflinij Register jlres the following financial standing of the Southern Sen ator : Xorgta, of labima, haa an income cf f ",tV per annum from hi 1 1 w prac tice, and rial lea ia an Intel lor town, Selma, here liring is not expensire. l'ugu, also of Alabama, ia also a law yer, and makes about $7.P0 in the practice of his profession. Garlaa , of Arkansas, is worth about f T.l.fOO, made by planting and the prac tice vf law. Walker, Garland's colleague, is worth t:o,oco. Lamar, of 3llsitalppi, Las real estate worth aHout ,23,000, and If he were a-!- to attend to it would tare the best law practice in the State. As it Is, he Lv ail he cares to attend t, which ii abcut f ,0f0 a year. Senator George has made his moder ate fortune by the law at d planting, and i t this way has accumulated $10, CO. llarti, tf Tennessee, is worth fGO, A'. His fortune is mainly in real es tate to Memphis, which jirlds iiim a handAomr income. Aerator Jackson is a rich man for his section. His fortune is estimated at fl'JO.OOO. Ueid9 Lis income from real eitate he Las a valuable law practice wtrth about $10,000 yearly. Joim, of Florida, Las a comfortable resilience in Pcrtsacola, besides other real "estate worth flO.OuO, an 1 a legal btirifs cl. is rkkI for f'j.000 att cuUy. Ilrosve. of Georgia, is one of the richest rafo scuth f Mason and Dixon's line. Ii i iaip eib;e to say what he is worth, but tc cm mot likely to ki.ew put Lis f'Ttun-: at J.OUO. which i Ic . r.n-ios ri ry year. Gibs m, cf Louisiana, is the second in lL- m:Ur cf wealth of the Southern Str.it era. Hi property, e tiolated at a lo raluation, woul I aggregate 11,560, 000. Jonas, t.'ie senior Senator from Louis iana, has a comfortable fortune, con sisting cf teal estate and securities of not ! than t$0(t00. nis law practice Is one of the most profitable in Xew Orleans ar.d is worth 15,000 to $20,000 annually, and is growing in ralue. Maxey, of Texas, Is a rich man lor his section. He is the president of a bank in Li lwn, PtrU, and has lands, rail road stocks and bonds easily worth $100,000, besides a fine business as an attorney. Coae, of the same State, is worth per haps $23,000, mostly in real estate. Cockie!!, cf Missouri, owns a nice property ia Warrensburg, and haa a fine plantation, with a geod law prac tice of $7,0iJ annually. He is worth $.0O0. Vest, the other Missouri Senator, is wrll eff, owning some geod rorcrty in Tanfas City, and taking care of a good local business at the bar, worth about $8,000 e b year. Wade Hampton may be called well to de with a prospective fortune and a presenc I icome of $8,000, besides Lis pay as Sri iter- Cutler, A South Carolina, has an in come frZQ his professio.i which is very haudso.co cons doting the condi:iuu of thi s in South Carolina. Neither IUnsota nor Vance, the South Carolina Ssnators, can be called cs!thj, though they are well te do. They are both lawyers ia good practice. It is a ',;icti3n ef doubt whether any one, whether he LI ruse If knows just what llanor.e, of Wginia, is worth. That Le Lui far d a handsome fortune from the wreck of bis railroad enter prises L-tl Lis friends and enemies be liere. lie is rated anywhere from $o00, 00)t $1,C00,000, but all rstimaus are guess v. ork. Camln. tf Vet Virgiais, is rery rich. He is rated as twice a million aire, with a loitt.re which is fat in- creaMng'. Kenna, the junior Senator ef West Virgiais, Las no fortune to spak f, except youth, health and courage. The Kentucky Snatorsare b th well o:T. Ilck lias a fine estate near Lex lugtoii, nn 1 a comfortsble residence in tl.e tnn itvlr, besides some Interests in tLe Wi t. Ii i tted that he is wcitu ,v.ut $230,00. Wiliiaii.4 I a lin owner iu one of the tIo-' actions of Kentucky, and is rst.d pcihtps $30,0X below his col lesgue In fortune. 24 O'CLOCK. a sew arsTEx or iiakeixq time. A dispatch from Wilmiugton, Del., ays a peculiar clock, which marks the houra from ene to twenty four, has re cently been completed by a Wilming ton manufacturer. The new time piece ia one of the kind r oon to be adopted by several f the railroads. The most conspicuous innovations are in the marking upon the dial and in the movemetts of the wheels which run the hands. The minute hand instead of making twelve revolutions to every revolution of the hour Land, as in the ordinary clock, makes twenty-four re volutions while the hour Land passes around once. The figures upon the di al are marked in Arabic, instead of Ro man num-rals . They are from one to twenty-four Inclusive, the spaces be ing only half as great as those on the dial of au ordinary twelve-hour clock. TLe minute Land therefore marks the half miouU s as well as the the miu utes. The railroad proposing to adopt the new system as a standard will pre pare new time tables, upon which the distinction between trains marked a. ui. and those marked p. ru., which is often overlooked by careleis travelers, will no longer aj pear. Site of Troy, Corrwpondeoue PklladelphU TiciM. 1'akis. October 25. We were seated on the terrace of tLe Grand Hotel, a gentleman from Trinidad, another l'rom (!al and myself, worrying over the rainy weather, which kept us in doors at ter an excellent dinner at which the piece do resistance was a good fat chicken, stuffed with fresh truffles FUlT ILIUM. ; THE CHASE FOR I OFFICE ".Besides the question as tO Whe- I Dr- Tmlmage, In Frank Leelie s Sunday Magazine. thcr the Homeric account of the I TLe political caldrons benn to Trojan war is a myth or. not there boil and ibam and sputter. All the was also a question whether any I ay from aldermanic office to next such city as Troy ever eaisted, and, j Presidency, the question is, who u bo, as u lis site. j.ne place gen- u iirst win me snining goair erally looked upon as the site of a here is something melancholy in 'Sacred Ilium was Bounarbashi and tae chase for office; when we reflect the rocky height of Bali-Dagh that J that the- vast majority must come to lies behind that Turkish village. I disappointme'nt. The same amount Two" springs near the vdlaee had of etru"rrle in some straightforward been fixed upo a as the two springs, business would give a man surer one not, ine other ot cold water, that iivennooa, easier- conscience, ana Homer speaks On my first visit J higher respectability. -To be a suc: io axunarDasni l louna there was I cesstui politician, in our day, so not less than thirty-four springs in I much lying and stealing and bribery . I - : j. . . .. . - . - j- i " .i . iuw uuLucuiaie vicinity, ail close to- are consiaereu necessary, mac gen- getner, and as the Turks call the erally by the time a man has been site of these springs the Kirk Gios, I ten or fifteen years in politics he'has or !tne place 1 the tarty eyes, no more principle to surrender. 'Ihe there are probably some that 1 did honest politicians of Kew York and not find. "Another discrepancy is the I Brooklyn you can count in a very r., , t il. .t T i t. i a . -i lu.x: ir l . ii i . ii Mtu mat xxouuaruasui is oignt miles I unci iiuie. jxea who luougui luem from the Hellespont, and Homer lo- selves invulnerable have sometimes N e w 'Jtdvertisem e n t s. - !.-.. j : I? o receiving bis large and elegant stock of TE-2HDS SPRING AND SUMMER SEASO, , - - . v Qpptls, Fancy Goods, Choice Hosiery, ' , N'T: i '--'wTi--"--- "ui .M'v.i;'i.;:i'i,. .Sir;;!MiMs"W j TjStiti:MdberiUhniiU; F&ahionab'le CostonT :'4.-i. w and washed down with some Chat eau i.a Lose of 1872, as good a red cates Troy at three miles from the been shipwrecked in our election -. v. v-lUo ur u ui iiie Jie- sea. iNor could Achilles have pur- canvass. We all ought to be vigil rr- XT 7,"Vr ""V'J m7 sued Hector in a plain around the ant about public affairs, and relig j X K w i wans ox . the city if New tningg ind all the Notifies in ever DeDartment.. ' i IVl Y D R ES S li A EClfJ C D E P A R TM E NT In the Store has all the new spring atylea', and suits now ordered wUT be of the Latest Parts and New York designs and.tbe best.workmaasnfpuiu -.,.' , - ;.' NO STOCK In the City ". Is" HANDSOME or Cheaper than Mine. . .. ,. Ordersby MaU promptly attended to' ' ' ' - ' - T. ' ' ' ' .... , " ICno3CVille,: Tennessee. ' Apr018, city if Troy stood on j iously exercise the right of suffrage; j f1 auu BJ,.u4 luer? 8 aman the rocky height of BaL.-Dagh. I bub before a man makes politics his ui t v va vuziiu a,u ais lit I IK irv - w- a rt s. ovw m. i.L -s C t - - - . . . ed " Which one, and why 60?" Iask- made some excavation there in 1868, J regular business he ought either to dui xound nothing to whic h an arch-1 have so large a fortune that the em- a no elderly irentleman with the nn ov.m;n;nr. c s i, u v..,i i5 , . ' I ino oniy place that l coull tnd that integrity so fully tried in some other ocuuo. muy answered to Homer s descrir- tion of Sacred Ilium' was an impos ing position and strong natural for tification now called the Hill of His sarlik. According to Homer 'Sacred Til.. i I A A 1 . auum waaacuy mat, 6iooa in a plain .1 -i . ... - mann, the man who haa dujr up and utscovcrea so many long lost cities. 'The excavator of the Troad,' as he calla himself," remarked the gen tleman from Texas. I made my excuse, stepped into the salon de lecture, and, introduc ing myself to Dr. Schliemann, ask ed him if he would let me interview him for The Times. Office of Oliver ChillerJ Plow Works, '""South. Bend, Ina., Dec. 21, 1882J W. W. WOODRUFF & CO, Kfl3ivil!8;TenB., , ' : Gentlemen : Folio wine- are your iuruucu luitt ii tj us euro uo can siunu i r f- ' :: 1 . the political over seven times heat- SiaeS Ol UllVeP JPlOWS 1IL tJie tePXitOrY ed. I have buried professional pob-1 z Jj : .-. - .; .' . of U0015UOU juu lur tut pa.su bpu. years : v furnace that he is sure he can stand I I I 3 y &T&& ft v-Xv' i,a f - w Al V' r; sir f ;tt if -V 3" ilakei Mil J". j MORRISTOWN, TENN., , j " I .f-'li.Tl. j , ypecial attention given to orders by taail. w i -vii:t r ,';:!: , 8hdp on now T";ncar depot. febiltf HOPE: & BRO. Watchmakers iticians, and I tell you the most them make a very hard funeral for a Christian minister to speak at. I three miles from the Hellespont. Itl always want at such a- time an was acuyor great power and wealth, iipiscopal prayer-uooic, wuich made and after havinsr withstood a ten for all cases, mav not betaken years' siege by the alllid Grecian j either as invidious or too assuring mugs was captured Dy strategem, in any case, isut it seemg a gigan- a 1 1 1 1 . . . - - -a.. UK HEAD DIME XOVELS. A CLEVELAND BOT AND THE SOCIETY DI OKGANIZED A DEA1 H NOTICE. Birtio Gajrlord, a fourteen year olJ boy, is mis-tn from the aristocratic home of his parent, at Cleveland, O. He disar poured on the 5th, taking two revolvers with hiiu. This was the re sult of reading dime novels. A month go, Dirtie organized a secret society i-a lied the Silver Skulls, ompoied of boys from deven to fifteen. Meetings were LelJ in a birn. Each boy before admittance to membership had to take the following cath : "t'ured i friendship. Cursed be latLers, uiotbers, sisters, brothers. May the offspring of ourselves canker, blis ter and decay on in dying mother's 'Teas'; may the blood of each breed pest ife rou s plagues: mav the hair of t-ach fall from his head, the teeth crum ble i-i Lis jiws, the brain rot in his skull, the eyes canker and fall from th ir sockets and the lingers grow pal sied if w e ever betray the secrets of the -kulls. So do I swear." Jason Caskey, a boy who ia some way incurred the wrafh of the Silver Skulls a short time ago, received.warn Ing in red ink signed Iu blood. A glar ing skull and cross bones decorated the Ir, and below was a bloody hand w ith the word "death" written cn It. The document read : l ri..i.n.,'nn. ,, .: arriHrlrirv r t unMnnl I .. ..... . J P. I a o o , c Tt n" "v- . Mr city ever stood in the pla n of Troy canvasses, and stuffing ballot-boxes, eXOlOratlOn f tfiA H Vrnl id anl ra ...... .r . ..'I ... ' 1..I 1.1 . 1873, 542 Plows. 1874, 684 1875, 732 1876, 901 1877, 1,000 I IS KliH Til II Q r. HflUA Iman (;a AArnl sr I ond 1hiAifinrr vrtArt n ttrA lr v rf I vs-a HViVVi-VU Jk I uuva, VlliU l lll. J LVU . hud UiXk. J I compieteu and tnc results ol my last account of certain natuml features poor whiskey to all applicants ? i J ? there will soon appear and no point presented such features "Blessed are the dead who die in fl&l 1 n0Wm pre' r1,8 WOrk to 1,10 8ame extent as Hisalarik, and the Lord; theyrest from their labors, fv;T i?n S tV ,m f ,5 pafe79' bc8idcs itis Just threo mil from the and their works do follow them !" St U 9-f nd 4 !.uars-? Hellespont. I accordingly determ- UJIe is Iroja and it contains a full ind lrL- h e A 3IISSIXO IIirsAXr. I -v v vnv ouw aj44VXtrWI. I account ef my latest and final re searches on the site of Homer's an cient Troy, of those made in 1882, and I have added to them an ac count of a journey made in the Troad during the preceding year. 'Troad' will appear simultaneously in England and the United States on the 10th of November. This work, along with 'Mycena, publish ed in 1878; 'Ilios,' published in 1881, and 'Orchomenos,' published last year, contains the full narrative of all ray researches, excavations and discoveries in the places mentioned by Homer in his epic account of the ticge and destruction of 'Sacred Il ium. The last named work was published as a volume only in Ger man3. In England it has onlv ap- ' . - ttv,UB 11 erat museums, uas not appeared in the Initd Ilium at Ilissarlik. I can qow assert without fear of .contradiction, that my excavations at that joiut have LIGHT AS AIR, 1878, 1088 Plows. 1879, 1369 1880, 1440 ' 1881, 274& 1882, 3044 TTK, T lenJespecWy, I SOUTH BMD; IRON WORKS."; 'T. S. The rem kable increase of the "OLIVER! is an evidence' of its superiority over all, others. In the present prosperous state of the country we expect a lanrer rate of inerens for ihn vwr' iss.t than ever before. They uro cheap,: durable and unequaled in quality: ' Ev. ryo Farmer should try them...- ;; . : ' . t . W. W. W00IRUrr & O.V General Agents-: i ! I I IS t :.i " - -i AND An interesting story comes from liockmartjin Polk county, Ga.AJboiit proved that at a ; remote antiquity threo weeks ago a youn mere existed . there a large city, whoso inhabitants had raade some progress in the arts, as they were acquainted with the art ol working in the precious metals and in bronze; that this city was totally destroyed by a sudden and fearful catastrophe and that in every particular it an swers to the Homeric description of sacred Ilium. Everything that I discovered confirms all that can be regarded as historical in the 'Iliad.1 I also found many articles in the precious metals at "Troy and I have a house at Athens tiled wi th enough antiquities of all sorts to etock sev- I have built a house druggist of that city named lieasley was mar ried to a very charming young lady, a Miss "Whitehead. Both the greom and the bride were well connected and ranked among the best people in the village. The current of their existence ran smoothly for two weeks when a serious disruption occurred. . A few days afro there . came to Bockmart a man who set up a skat ing rink which immediately set the young people wild, and Airs, liea sley expressed a desire to fro. Her husband objected but finally gave his consent and she went in cota- Sa ny . with a gentleman friend.! Mr. easier went to his store and spent Lookout Baiili JEWELERS, Cor. Gay k Church Sts Kxoxville, - Ten.; r Keep in Rtook a full Ua sf rlciesOeelrj, ' Solid 'Silver, Silvei .Plated War, Superior Tablo Cutlery,' &c tr Repirln and JJngraTlng skUlfully extent upon reasonable terms. All orders bv mail wil t coivb prompt aiteution, and aUnfucti.m. ruirai. t,J4- augl "79 tf tOI?1- THE FEE Fffiffl ii MORRISTOWN, TBIIifEISSBBi STATE DEPOSITORY- PAID UP CAPITAL; STOCK $50,000. JAS.. G. KOSE, 'Pres&U'nU JOHN MUKPIIEY, CaMer. J. O. BOSE, W.. A 3JOArtI Ol1 DIUKCTOK8. . ' ' JOHN MUEPItV, ! . howell.; .... J. o. rice. J L. HOWELL. Srates TheTesent year I have de nXpre"17 ' ?ld m c?1Ie( ion8' and the evening. After closing for" the oiai.es. a present j ear i have de- thevaresointerestinrthat thev hav iu viSr :i. voted to writing the volume now in press. My plans for the future in- "Jason Caskey One month from to-I elude explorations in the island of Crete and perhaps one or two oth er points that are famous in the ear- night. If you don't join us, you will recelTe your deaOi warrant, and two laya from then your u ath. By order of 'Inn Skill?." they areso interesting that thev have been the direct cause of drawing a largo number of stranc:e;.s to Ath ens for the sole purpose cf visiting mem. it is not true that I ever of fered my collection for sale. I . do : '-' " ' ' V KTOC1C1 IOlVOJUthrS. . , : O Roe, JoiaMnrphpy; J'. L: Howell, W. A. Howell, W. E . Howell. B .. F. Stubblefield, J. E. SSean, J O. Kice, E. 1J. Hale, .Hamblen County; P G. Fiilkerson, Claiborne County; O T. Magoe, Monroe County; Jehu Stokely, Cocke Couiity; XvAiKead, W. B. Tate, Grainger County . COX GO LAXD. Uenry M. Stanley Laa diacorered what is literally a new empire. Under the equator ia the basia of Congo, he Las found a dense population, whose numbers be estimates at 49,000,000. The people are remarkably Industrious, and are born traders. He declares there is a fin opening fur trade in the gums, Ury, rubber, camphor, wood and other products of that fertile region. Mr. Stanley haa discovered another im mense lake, which he explored for a hundred mi lea. He calls it the Manl tumba. He claims to have become the great peace-roarer 01 ine warring na tions in equatorial Africa. Some day a railroad will be constructed up the val ley of the Congo, connecting central Africa with the ocean. This will, in time, gire civilization access to the se cret recesses of the dark continent. v a uivra,, uui ueiore a not sell anything that I f nd. . Tbo u lulDS in mat line treasures found at Mycenai I have I intend to take at least one year's presented to the Greek Government. rest lruui worK oi any sorL night he went by the "skating rink to get his Wile. Y hen he entered "i" transact a General Banking Business: Beceive. deposits, luu and sell exchanae tno nail ne saw a large numoor ol I uA.e t.yttfCw upon me inost javoraoie terms. 1 i. l - 3 - a- l ' ' ' r I ' : . . - . ..... i ! : . . . . men, uutnoiauies exyepi his wiie, . - It was said, however, that there wm, van nuss. were three or lour other ladies there, The Strong are AMe to Prelect ! 11 T REPRESENT NEARLY FIFTEEN MILLIONS A. of Dollars of Insurance Asseta, at followg ; The. Continental of N. YM Assets, over , .- - $4,500,000 The Traders' of Chicago mlgt9'-i ""'.' M82,000 Ihe North America of Phila., Assets - - - . 8,956,000 WSafer Infturaiice than thete Connm;., d .' Cannot be had, , . , rY tuese reasonn I solicit your business; ' ' .' " ; .T. C. HODGES. Oct. 21, ,1833-jly. , , . ... May30-'83tf. JOHN TAN HUSS. CHAUNCEY P. BIGGS, but they were sitting where he.could not see thm. hen Iseaalev . saw nmra.nmAnf It- 1'. t .' i . . v-w .wuiutut, nis Wlle ac WDat no tooic to. Do a w AT v- ".dJh fff '',. pubUc W M oKug dan,e he "became "very In .lV. . 7 - v iiBD mn J. nnve noTcr angry and turning on his heel, left infirm,. ;n a Yn i at ov, ,uo w. . , bU1s u,k A iuulu uuring the place. His wife little suspected - o m wo vi uiis vaivouuvuo. . ; W: MAN HUSS BRCX, ..... . . . ... i ...... . i ' ' ' Dealers ' in Staple land Fancy DEALER IN latest excavations on the site of an cient Iroy, Dr. Schliemann said : THE EXPLORER'S FAMILY. In reply to a question $.s to what Mi .LftW i? ralT .aDd Part of th0 he considered his excavations that I have made dur- 10me the doctor replied: "I was i.g the last twelve years, those of born n Germans flrrf which 1 crivo an actonnt in Tmin were directed towards ono end, that of ascertaining how far tbe Homer ic account of the Trojan war was founded upon historical facta. Many scholars havo considered the whole of the Iliad as a myth, but I always bclioved that Homer had merely given a poetic dress and cwlorto the history of the people to which he Homer mentions three THE GLOOGRAPJr. ILis ia ihe name cf an electrical in atrumeat f r ncording rprech automat ically. It mas flrt exhibited by M. Centime at the Vienna Electrical Exhi bition. A small apparatus i !,!-., l ;n AMERICAN MUMMIES. It a. ems the Alaska Indians preserve the bodies of their dead, but by a very different process from that used by tbe ancient Egyptians. The corpse is bundled up and put into a recess where it docs dot decay, but is dried or desic cated. Four of these Alaskan mum mies hare been secured, one for the Smithsonian Institute and the other three for the Dcrlin Academy. The bodies were wonderfully preserved, A woman, eridently over a hundred year dead, was in a state of almost perfect preservation. The only preparation of tbe bodies seemed to be the retrieval of the viiceta. Tbe remains were then- covered with skins and taken to caves or rocky shelters where there was no moisture. Some of these mammies were supposed to be several hundred years old. The Alaska Indians of to dty bury their bodies like other people. Unlike tbe aoe'ent Egyptians, who etu. balmed all their dead, these Indians mad mummies only of tboso whom they whbed to particularly honor. have resided when not in the Troad. I still retain my nationalty as an American citizen and intend to con- u..a r .i . i . uuuc iu uu ru, uut x no no l contcm. wiviiuiuuiva. iuo biio oi inn nrst I a 4k: i, Bill how angry he was, and paid no at tention to his conduct. Sho went home, but he was not there.. lie did not return that night and sent no word. Several davs have crone i . . : i . . . . . . " . o uorn in uermany, am a naturalized dv, but he is still, unheard from. American sinco 1850 and own pro- The people of the town are divided pert in muianapolis, Indiana. It m their opinions as to what has be- has been fourteen years since I was come of Beasley. Some think that last, in me unitea otates. . My wile ne has gone into the woods and sui is a Greek lady and we nrw consider cided while others think, that he that our home is at Athens, where has gone West and will not return. i nave Duut a nouse and .where I Dry Goods .i-.i SHOES, HATS, CLOTHINGci- NOTIONS :; .' ' '. : ! iii A Complete Assortment of . ' ; " ' L . Crockery, Tinware. Lumber and Buildinc Material . We are sole agents for the Georgia Cement and can supply m er ; . vuciuis hi uuuiesiUQ prices, ' ' Pronrletors of Saw Mill and Brick Ynrd Wo r MITC1J!F'I'w)VA?Nt!nim.,t llacine Wiiwonsin. ''Also AgentsforthC. G. jRooper Engines", Saw Mills, Threshing Machine Malls, 4c CaU on or jtddresa-ns at M0KKI8TO.WN. TENN 1. ma82 It ' MAN CFACT CRER OF kes, ILmdles and Dimensioa Stuff, in Walnut. , : V Orders hv m&il will rv -4 . . . , I W. Ca Durham, t ,Atte7.-ul-laF;aiii Solicitor lii' Ciiaccery.- ' - - - belonxred Jg of beautj joined us, whom the doc ameranen and his comnaninna na U u it Z2Z.Z. T ""i I'a men ne auas, "ne is also just Jimnnrr ilia airrkto rf I I I . . r. u . v.i.uc 1'iav.ts aim second Wllo v. i.uv uvaounD uic vuiiiainea. xor The deepest mouring on, record is that of an Indian window who since the death, of her husband drinks nothing else but ; black , tea. An Irishman ;was v heard to i say that hft Wnnld hjivo hflftn n. .man' of named has always been known, and . Jl " " 01 f0R,slraDie proper y 11 . ms laincr more than ono Greek an thor ".A'l "c"..r" U1 ?gea naa never enterea mo lamity.. , of it. Pausanias speaks of having L, . fes my Xvife is a good 'poker been shown there the tombs of Air- ItJ "Txr',: ""n w UaOC player," says a Lng Island farmer; er child bv mv ho added, "h a bov. to 1 T 1 .. rf wuora 1 nave given tno nameof Ag amemnon. I have two ether chil dren by my first wife, bui; they are grown up and are not witb me. My family accompanied me to the Troad and remained tho whole time that my explorations continuccL I built half a dozen frame houses' for mj -self and my workmen, of whom I had sometimes as many as one hun dred in my employ. Tt.ero is no town or village any where near His sarlik, but our way ot liiinir there was not at all different frorj tho way ain't putty, but he's powerful; fan in j vii tr -ii. .11 1 nna 11 ri 1 ts-tn ti 1 srm nnnoTf Iftfl in nrmnnv o,,.l i t 7, "" " tuo . , , aiim. uuu a i ine same as evorvwhfr o Jr. v., iTj?it 1: i I - v w VMk7VJ lia jaia - a llll, HM W V 111. I tF . SI. ' VV III 1 ... . T. . J lu,u I every ua , as lucre were, n butch. naenmA nil iha tyi ruinate ,ri'rlh : " owcv vy i ueei, inuiwjn anavcai auvf and have I it irrnnrhnon "it. t a auMinas, auu ui txiurso I mm CAPITAL S100,000. DESIGNATED STATE .DEPOSITORY. Morrfstown,' Tenhesieti & IJ. lAiltrtll. . ' X If, Jtrm&trontr. . V ..... il! more than two thousand vears trav elers were shown certain ruins near what was once the gate of the city and had been told. that they were these tombs. When I visited My ccmu for the Srst time in 1SCS I bo came satisfied that Tausanias had been wrongly interpreted by mod ern scholars and that he had inten ded to say that he had seen these tombs in tho acropolis and not in tho lower town. I set forth this theory in a book, 'Ithica,,tho Tolo- ponnesus and lroy published in as . handy with the tonge." : A little'gjrlat Newport," seeing a willow1 ' phaeton for, the ; first time, exclaimed: "Why mamma 'overy body ridesoutin their cI6thes:basket here. , . . (. "Ao." said Mr,, Dash .Cutter. "I can't afford a" new suit of clothes myself; it has. cost me so, much for liveries lor my-, coachman, and t foot man.T.: - -Jut :i v'l !:!( . :A man's awkward sharp ain't no urgumeut, agiu.nis prceaauon DD. ae finer pints ob life.: A ole black bear Thob. O'Connkb, R. N. Hood, ' M. 1. lloss, - ' ' E. J. Saxroap, .BOARD OF DIRECTORS, . 8 . B. JLUTTEMO, ' ' S. P. EvAns, -" B. B. Htbong, ; Wm. Harris, '' ' -.:!. ! . ....President. Cashier. i lsst. Cashier. A.' J; Albkbs.' J. T. MoTeek, ..Foajik WoN ui.tr, V: S. Wllllams, "No more of the fruit, but a lit- the mouth or the speaker, in conUct 1 1,0 raoro Ot thejuico, it you please, with the rof of his mouth, his tongue ana Hps; and, a being concerted with an electro -magnetic reUterlog appa ratus, the sounds are committed to pa per. It Is constructed in auch a man eerasnotto cause any inconvenience to tbeipe?ker; neither Is it necessary that the voice ahouM be raised, as It re produce a whlpr aa exactly as a shout; the wa?r condition ia a correct and distinct articulation. According to the Inventor's calculation, It will be pcsaible t- write four or five limea as fat by means of the gloo;rafh as has hitherto ren posiible even by tbe quicktst titer. At Crt sibt it ap- r rm if il.ld t . . i - ""tuiion were uui aa Improvement upon EJIsob' . I a a grapu; ii is, However, of a much .ate. It r- a s. unlike tbe former, on an acoustic 'io. ip!e, and des net reprr duce tbu vuodi io a microscopical said the temperance advocate when ine hostess asked him to havo an other dish of preserves -brandicd peaencs. "Have you trot ouail nn fn aaked a fee ly-Iooking party as he Was I them fslstnrrhtorAd and Ao..l t.I -. laughed at by all the arcliaxIorists mv men W ni T .1? : -uar 13 manJ a ruIe, says Uncle Infs76I find tb. ,ombacfC toJd',' k T TV momnon and h13 companion, in tho on tho wholi, our life wa, TperfS SM.fc.'u :r ' Tt ' 11 aU f ld. tLat V Eopean ono. I leave early next " v.:.kv theyimist be looked for. that i t Lv rn. ik. ,u t k pvhiicy. the foot of the rock on which the main for at least a year to tome - 4 Prme oId maid,,, in , this city Acropolis stood. I not only found I - '. , positively declined to attend the these tombs, but I found the treas- I f- I boat races, nfter! hearing that "Sny- i i . . . I li Hill VOn 11 t!ll.-fi tlinof. Tioln I , . i i . , .',.: ure cnarnucra x ausanias bad spoken 1 . : a. t . . . "yush gons away nt-T if ,f.i . T5 ' sry Le immense treasuresgold crowns ear , .7 pniing w a vase ntered a Market street restaurant ring, bracelets and T ornaments . 'ceIe'y' an etch some that'8 Sot he other day. "HaVe y0tt cot Lll aUrt.-Ti. S.sIm the other day. "Jf eagle on silver?" a.sk etor. And the confrro ed sine die. Said a self satisfied vonn 'Really I don't know whatI ehali d with the girls all after me so A fellow can t Le absolutely rude spot I Gad fixed upon. Here I found to them you know, even if they do no treasures in the precious metals lollow him up and constantlv form I but I found a mfit nunv i,i' ffil1!: ?.K?.J. .?ioa. relic of all orU a'nd. 7uS i,i.. I v --". mem an, vou now comes to the table, with; the feathers so, : Bv a strancro coinci ave you got an I all sorts." The weicrhtof rroid I frnnl 1 60010 S11 nP an in rJ?!1?' w' ov.er 1 Vorxnds troy. The site A Baptist minister was once ask- dence Jthisisthe way tho fashionable oi urenomcnoa was unknown until eu now it was that ho coniicntedto bonnet goes to church., f , I found it, which I did b-following tho marriage of his daughter to a YM .M -r;oa-D t ' j the indications given by Ilomer; or, Isbyteria. "Well," .Iu, p Ur S&iSi Ste""!11' as I have ever bee, ab?e to have Z Mm cd that a city pneo existed on the discover, Cupid never studied the- ria flTTJMP (u . w VrJ3L Other tlii n Vfl A filllfnpwanran U - know, and what can I do old boy?" bcr almost in tact, with a ceiling in r .! t , ,JWIU na i .-w.4u uiac i as magnificent a telegraph for tho whole gang," an- ipccimen of archaic art aT has ever swercd his practical friend. been discovered. "Your cheek is an awfu temnt.a- tzon to . me," 'he cxclaimei, as he rookea admiringly at her fresh young iuce. '-lour cheek -must bo an awiui burden to ron," she re-" plied, glancinrr at him susinVmneiTr. 1. J J uu mo irwu .youDg nun with drew. ' ' pauers All n . . . A ineneaauno iiogg-renn;- "-Every lady," says an exchange, "who docs her own housework and is careful of her hands should have a dish-washer."- That was written by a man, bet anything- Ad wo man knows that the woman who is careful of her hands never bothers cersell about hotrsowork. STOCKHOLDEES. Thes. O'Conner. E. J. Sanfarfl, A.-J. Alters. M.X.' Ross, Jos. T. McTeer, B.' Jionuity,. u. Li. insersull. S. P. Evans.. Jno. K.,Pavne. C..M..M1 , uamp, aiay jounson, g. Cornick, W. A: Henderson, Simcn Mayer, John F. Home, Geo. Climt.4-0 ' T T trell. frank Jlonultv.. II . H. InsersoJl. a. P. Evisl Jno. K..Pyni.. p.. M t. u a J..i, ir . Locke. K. f! nmn. Mac In:inin ',,ri,.l- w a irnA t . . Vi ' X ' W. Ross, M. Johnson City; Win. Harris. 'J Wright, Moorefiburc: tr I ' ri Vou!.ri!l.i. I t ' 1 ..I , d . ... ,... ir.. Transacts a General Banking "Business. ' Ideals" in Foreign and IJomestiq, exchange. Sells Jpratts on all, the principal cities ol ltiuron'e. ' . . , vih-uw.i , - " 1 . ... . s ,. . ! V.-i; .r-.:-i-.-"aaya6al-lyii:". """".u, tuuucie r iu. sr. lyiiaiinoerium, ivnoxviue; 'v. tf. & treo- D Taylor, Jas. M. Meek, New Marlurt; J; W. Brocues, Strawberry Plains; 8. C Jonei, Newport; I'omple Harris. Dandridie: K..X. Hood. Jo- Iinrip'. J." "Rf -iai.iii.. t,J Max Sax. 8. N. Bell.'Thos. Hater. H H. Snl. W. W Ban. . -j- - T. J.nh.i-. I - f " """o' uoiuu vau HESPECTFCIXY OFFERS ' HIS ' PEbpiaa. lonal services to tie publib, auj oUcit a i -liars of patronage. - n Will practloe In the Court, of H.mbjen, kJoek. v . .: Jefferson, Grainger, Claiborne, Hawkins aai Greene counts, atwl In hA a.. KnoivlUe. nrfeiiSiia laftTntir .".T " I"" 5 - " ' v-l.pu- noUHf ' . : 'nsSir...''lir. ) i Eat Teanesee Soraical Isslitate, j At linoxvllle, Tenu., . 75 ' Thirds from Depot, Opposite Atkinfyvte, ; -xr . r Depot Street.., : ... ' : : Street'Cars Passing cVsryaoilinutM.J o ' PROPRIETORS: ' : . JL W , HILL. M.- D., President ; : ; ' " ? ,,,IMAN' "tary, M.D. . M.M.ALJSXAMB,.M,DVTreabuar, TLfe4s a Trivate Honpitat, with um privni-a. ! be 'reatment of Kemala Troublss au J irgit-al Dif eases ot botU Srxm. . for refaraneSs' ' i ' for Siirgit or ua i rticulars, address tba Bocretary, S. O. BOWMAN, II. D. I i .' i.: f rVIORRISTOWN -i "i ii! .! ! ! tj ; :1 I! ! i:T ku.1 - iFor sale at lovV'fifrures 8TAIik WAGOXIS : ' 3 IIAfJKiS ; 1 PHAETON ; .xi .77 . l BUGGY ; iii: X: I ! 1 ' ' - MOHBISTOWN .'! HALE HIGH SCHOOL! :-' '.ill PXEASUKE wagon,- 1 GARKIAGEi ' ' ji V'UfJyi'.t it" bi;i. ORDEttS AND REPAIRS ATTENDED, TO PiOSlPttYr .MlHameinufacturVand madefrori theMt'kateriai T- t&$ &!xlt',il ailriad, and at the terminus of tbs CiaclanatL Cumberland Gary and lla.,i..- J T "J?"1? A t . hert i every facility for Intellectual, social a4 uo uch sdasion wui berin alondar Annil M 18S3, amdeontinue two tL of 18 Te.c,"' i ":lt ALSO THE ill -Tljr :j. . .;' . rrr "'' - ..i-i!-.-i 18S3, and continue two terms of 16 weuks each" ! ; n. !.-.,. i .1 ...... ..: : ,t- .si -!-ki : f -f-'.-i... -ArtS'.S"' ""aan'bip, Primar A iConstant Supply.lof Xaeatliex-.; ' I r. AritLmetk: and P, maW " HhHhr Arith.-"ar,r?.m,a'-4i-'- W 5 -- uuvu vffaoiuiar. Gt- mch28 83 tf . l-;.j . t K .1 '. Ji WMa oerapbr. Uintor r,.i E1l"iftar' A)eebra, Natural Puilo'sVpiV." x i. ) nil a i iimirMniiv .. i .. . , - . . . i;r.. . " r ""u auoiuno ia OS Cheraifctry, AstrouoniT. nin iJt v" Mathamatlcs. LatJa and ir,t ' I 1 i sav - r, Jaiutfmuci, iatiil acl Greek 1fl 4I Newi;Sash, Door and Blind factory in Morristown -SH''i:''-" ., n...if 'T -..- f I'.W vi-' i'h i m,t be P-dia advance. "S'ljilli '' i -ii:.' .') . 1 . : ' ' ; 1" ' .'' Nodeductlon wniberade for ab.sae .i,.ti , , ; ,i ' -.. r-, l . . . -..i.. ,u-ni;t ...V .fil .ii.t -.!; lo caa of protracted Ulnes. ' --?"-' '"t'OCi - a.wr, 1 I i . .V i!'i - ;oaur,.wt. iooje. t.'ii ,t;-. ;;,!. ; n MANUFACTUKER& OF SASH DOORS AND J iii i n;.ang.a-5m. Competent assiatanU will be sear4 te al V . the demands of the sohooP - ."" v ii t edTh eguJtn wiil bin rigdiy afM.: -j0 u l or furlher particulars addr.s Prlnei.al. W Aubs-sm: '':!1 -:-'!i'ivapoaT, iSJK I . , BLINDS (T Morri.(owa, Taa." Also Matched, Flooring, Ceiling, IVcatlier-boaraiDg, Jirackets,: 'Newells, Etc., Wood Turning of Every Inscription; i All Orders ; Filled -and Satisfaction' Guaranteed. i" OmoeoverW P.Carrigsr'sDrm St ere. , he cau be found day or niKbl, unless prefsasioeal- N B All who have owed me aaedieal fciiu far ' ' twelve tnoaths or loagar need ept aU oa u fay i " f. professioBal .erviuea under aey eUcaiMUae. ' . 5 "