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THE MORRISTOWN GAZETTE, DECEMBER 19, 1 883.
- 1 1 1 11 1 j ; ; : I I OT.-m-r.n-.'r -it -r-, . -r rv j y f I TERMS OF THE GAZETTE. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. 0 year ( J2 imf) $1-50; fix tnonths, 5 tU; SJir msntXi, 40 csnU. RATES OF AD YSRTISISa.-Ontl first imsertim, $1 tubtequent tion, 50 eats; displayed adtortisemonts trui thargod according to Vu tpac4 etf ' pied at abou raits. TO REGULAR ADVERTISERS w of fer superior inducements, boiX as tarau efeXargss and manner ofdispUying thotr f 'liberal movement" Senator 31a hone meant to designate the coali tion between Repn oilcans and Iic adjusters in Virginia. - Bat the ex boss, having been snowed under in the late VirgiLia elections, found his influence less potent with his Republican colleagues than former A MOST INVITING YIELD. 11 A. Burke, Esq., Director-Gen-eral of the World's Industrial Cot ton Centennial Exposition, has issw cd an address " explanatory of the plans and prospects of the associa tions, in which ho says among other things: "The South to-day is the most inviting field for enterprise in America. She presents to the world . at.? !i J Ir. His friend and the friend of I the same inducements that invited the ''liberal movement" was defeat- the pineer of the Ohio Valley, the ed on the first formal ballot The pioneers f the Pacific Slope in the e . a i . r i rai golden days, and later the vast tide fact is that Mahone as a professed ranidlv . i. .xMiMii. I ... . . j . COVUUXlCAiiuo Kepublican canndt nope 10 wieiu iue pe0peJ the Northwestern States ?J2 Vrtuntion. influence in the Senate that he did and Territories, but with the addi- fnsort- AN INTERESTING LETTER FROM A FORMER CITIZEN. . St. JosepsT, Ko , Dc. 7. 1883. To the XdUor of The Morristown Caiotte: Sometimes, In the course of our wan- wanderers commonly known as Bone mians. It is a pleasant life full of vari ety and good experience. We are con stantly thrown into the company . of. prominent men and women, and ur "traid" is to write down all of interest that Is saiJ. It goes into the prints, and there the Identity of the writer is lest derings up ana down the earth, w art, br some chance clrcansstanca, brought I and the nominal editor assumes the ia- - . . I t ; j i. .1. 1 TAt.nM: face to face with the old time ana uitiuuhhj h iuc umicu uuciuiu nrtrrmnr NOTICES. Tributes of J as a Beadjuster ally. t?cirU Cards ef Tha-d charged fori eeta aj things even s reeiar aaterusemtnu. ALL BILLS for advertising art dut Vm j One of our exchanges says temtraeted and wave onamn. . gelection of chicairo as the seat "Time at last I tional attractions of a more genial memories of the years Ion since passed come up tbickvand fresh as if ther were but of yesterday. To-day I picked up an old newspaper and careleMly glanced at its column, aad in a moment I was strangely Inter ested; and a glance at the bead showed me that it was the Morristown paper. climate, a more fertile soil, and more Then I began a search for names that NOTICES fN LOCAL WLUMNUf ihQ ncxt rufpu-0r,can National Cmnn Yt j f j" ; p4T line for each additional insertion. THE HORRISIOWN GAZETTE. "ifED SE 3D AT, Dec. 19. 1SS3. In conformity to an agreement in caucus, a jeint retolntion was intro duced in both houses of the Virginia General Assembly, last Thursday, Convention was a Blaine movement. Perhaps it was, as Mr. Arthur is said to have preferred Saratoga. But this was fully offset by the fail- j ure lo cnange me Dasis oi represen tation. The New York Tribune is Mr. Blaine's national organ. It says on" this point: "It Is a ma'ter for regret that the committee !M not adopt Uie proposition of Mr. Fr;e f r a change in the ba'laof varied products. She has success- i.t folly overcome all disasters and re- verses, cam increasing ner immeunB agricultural interests, sue has de veloped manufacturing enterprise, adding; to her material arjd natural resources the wealth creating power of corporate industry, the result of continued and increasing prosper- j.,l.P: , th rwsonle of Virginia I representation. It met with the gener- . . . - I 1 lpro have accepted the act of February. 1SS2, known as the "KiJdlebcrger bill," as the ultimate settlement ot the debt of tho State; that "it i their unalterable purpose that tha! -settlement shall bo final, and any expectation that any other basis will ever b made or tolerated by ti e people of Virginia is absolutely illu sory and hopeleiw." And this actioi of the legislature beyond a pcrad venture fastens Virginia in tho list o' Iemovr.ntic States. Tho Ilepublican National Execu tive Committee met at Washington Ixst week for tho purpose of desig nating a place for the meeting o: the next National Convention, t nominate candidates to be support ed for Preident and Vice Pre.iden' at the next election. Without muc! of a contet, Chicago was selected and Tuesday, June 3d, 1SS4, wa desina'ted as the day of meeting. The cerumittce dodged the Mahom issue by adopting a stalwart advanc plank of the next platform, throw ing the mantle of the party over all organizations who iK'lieve in "free eJucation, free suffrage, and tic protection of life and propcrtj-to all citizen." This is supposed to make the Beadjunter gooil enough Re publicans till after election. We received last week, from Jlr. S. S. Cann, of Augusta, Ga., a let ter requesting information in regart to our count-. We can only sa that we think ours is the "gardei spot" or the Union. Our lands are excellent. Oar climate unsurpajs ed. We are blessed with an abun dance of the purest water. Miner al orss abound. Grasses and cere als are produced In an abundance. Farming lands can be bought at from $10 to SI 00 per acre, accord ing to quality, location and the state of improvement, and they are ap preciating every day. Our people are progressive, and are glad to welcome the stranger. We say to Mr. Caun, and to all, com, and come now while the inflowing tide it so rapidly wafting us to prosper- ity. The composition of the Commit-1 too of Ways and Means by Mr. Car lisle, and the work they cut out. will s tell tho story of "revenue reform." If ever there was a time whea politicians should "make hat slowly" that time is now, and "rev enue reformers" in Congress shoal-; ponder well their course before they lproval of the Republican cf th North, d its adoptior would have added strength to the a xr Conve tion GOLD DISCOVERED AT LAS VEGAS Las Vegas, N. M., December 11. This morning, while digging for tho foundation for the new Court House, the laborers, who were old miners discovered signs of ''nay dirt.' They immediately gave it a trial, which resulted in showing that they had struck a rich deposit. Great ex- and eitement prevails in the town The defeat of Gorham may be set j every-body is staking off claims iown as highly pleasing to ir Blaine. So he scores and one defeat. two victories WOOLEN FACTORY. Last week a representative of t he- firm of Stevens Brothers visited Morristown with a view to the se lection of a site for a large woolen tactorj. lie had interviews, wc team, with several f our business nen, and we trust will determine to locate here. Wo think no more suit able or desirable place than Morris- Tice, the weather prephct, is dead lie has gone where the seasons are never uncertain,, being either per petual summer or eternal spring Wm. Ramsey, head book-keeper town from the back country and ap of Wells, Stone i Co., at Saginaw prenticed myself to Ben. Mitchell to City, shot his brother Monday night learn the carpenter's trade; and I sup- mistaking bun lor a Durgiar. ms were familiar fifteen years ago, and soon found that time bad changed the firm names and thst many Urange to me ars now in the place of the old ones ef a decade and a half ago. And as I look ed en ever the pages, I feund the name of a young lady, and as I remembered her only ss a little girl of eight years, I tkought there must be some mistake but no ! fifteen years is a long time and boyi and girls grow up to man and womanhood. Time plays us some cruel tricks, and as the years roll on one by one, we must acknowledge that wc are growirg o'd, and those little boys and girls must take our places as the young life of society, though, s me of us hold on toyeuib longer than others, yet we must at least give way (o the light bounding hilarity of young and happy boyhood; our limbs are too stiff or we ate too tired, while all the time it is the pss:ng years that is hurrying us on to the du ies and perplexities of man and womanhood and thence en to old age. Fifteen years ago I cauie to Morris- Very respectfully, etc., Job L. Parksk. The Champion Bed Spring. The Horse-Shoe Bed Spring is the Champion it is made of first class ma terial, and is warranted to mak a bet ter bed than any other Spring offered, and with lefs than half the quantity of feathers. It is manufactured in Morr s town by 8. H. Turner, and sold in the country by aalesmen in wagens. Give the Horse-Shoe Spring a trial. None but First Class Goods. In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one should have the best or none. Messrs. Shurlty & Co., - Chicago, are making a specialty of fine goods, and if you need anything in Watches, In dust aud water proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated vnre, Solid Gold or Jtolled Gol 1 Jewlry send to Sburley & Co., they will m iiI a 6ing1article at the dozen price. They are vouched for and endorsed by the United States Express Co.. , American Express Co., Southern Express , P. W. Palmer, Postmaster of Co. ao, Gen'l A. C. Smith, E-Stat4 Tre-tgurer, and many others. Good stiii on approval, with privilege of examination, enabling you to do your purcha-itig at home. Ke inember, Shurlev & o., 77 State Street, Chicago, III. 8 ;nt for their new and beautiful illustrated catalogue. ept 3S 8317. JAY C. BROWN. B. Z' STUBBLMFIELD. J3ROWN & STUBBLEFIELD, Successors to Brown d Wells, TIio One 3Piieo Souse, ESTABLISHED 1865. HAVE THE LARGEST STOCKS OF 0 Clothing, Dry Goods, Notions, DRESS GOODS, LADIEW GENTS' HATS, SHOES, k, EVER OPENED OUTSIDE OF TIIE LARGE CITIES. burclar. brother died in thirty minutes. Tho Geonria colored convention at Atlanta adopted resolutions ask ing for colored representation on ihe hoards of education. An organi sation was effected with the view.ef casting the colored vote for men OUB GB0CEBYt tEATHEB AND HABDWABE DEPARTMENTS Are Filled with the Best Goods at the Lowest Market For Cash. i rease the school lund. "traid," and green as I was, that sup- A vonng man named Blair, clerk I position ws about as near correct as in a toro at Casky, Tenn., on the I any ef my life. However, after a while 13th, returned to the store after it I begau to make friends, and then 1 had been closed. The proprietor I soon came in as one of the regular grad- naw a hght in the store, and think- uates. town could bo found in the Statt . j who will pledge themselves to in- Idaocy I imagined it was paa of the Our railroad connections are good, nd, with the completion of the Car olina, Cumberland Gap and Chica go railroad, will be superior to any other point in the State. Resides, Morristown is the center of a very extensive grazing and farming coun try, and sltcep husbandry is attract ing more attention every year. We are assured that our business men will subscribe liberally to the enter prise. Let it be inaugurated and Stevens Brothers will grow rich, and the town will be benefited. pose there never app- a red a greener or more awkward boy on the streets of Morristown. During the two years ef my apprenticeship I became pretty well acquainted with iLe people of the town aud also with the tricks of the boys. At first 1 was reeu'arlv imposed upon as the "cub" always U and in my ver- Rirtifixt Martfit Prinfi Pairlfnr Rannn. Meal. UvL Flnnr, Rutter and fori A full supply of Provisions always in store for retail trade. ng there were robbers got friends, .ill armed, who. when lilair came out, riddled him with bullets. A man became frightened on the 13th-, while in a colliery hoist in Pennsylvania and jumped out of the i.-aire. fell a distance of 350 feet. In- Fifteen yeats ag Hambl.n county was formt-d and the question of a coun ty seat was up; er rsost in every mind; and the first county election was an vent of great interest. Mid men of all parties and all degrees of capability were seekicg to serve the people, and 18 8 3' 0 UR RA IL RU A D PROSPEC TS. Pkrkrn (S. C.) SntineL Meeting in the interest of the Sa vunnah Valley Railroad was held at Anderson Court House last week. Only a small amount of tho subscrip lion necessary to insure the comple lion of the road, remains to be se cured, which, it is 6tated, will be subscribed by the townships in An derson county through which the road will run. There is hardly a doubt now but what tho road will be built. Its advantages to Ander son, can hardly be estimated, as it gives her a competing lino to Augus ta, Savannah, I'ort Royal and Char- iTcuiuioas t .. ay B-u. theoDs who furnished the most food ho was not fatally injured, the shaft for fuDf wM bumomJg fi0od.natuIed had the benefit of a little friction in his descent. WILL FIND AT t'apt. LejHwich, then a candidate for county cl-.rk. Many times, when the Captain was hard pressed by the friends of his opponent, has he resorted to the happy humor of his generous nature. Oi:ce, during his canvass far clerk, some of the opposition had found him in Joe Brown's store, and when closely pressed he said in his happiest way: "Boys, there is no use of mincing mat ters, I want the etQce simply because I need the salary. G. II. Boyd was elected first sheriff One of tho largest sales of cattle on record was made at Denver, Col., on the 13th. II. D. and J. W. Sny- ler i Co., of that city, bought of Snyder ljrotners, oi ueorgctown, Texas over 29,000 head of cattle and 400 horses for $600,000. The former firm now own nearly 54,- 000 head of cattle and 10,000 horses. In the United States Supreme Court a decision has been rendered in the contested will case of Stephen of Hamblen county, and Sam Furrow Percy Ellis, et al.the collateral heirs WM ODe of Lis deputies. Sam's first im- of Sarah Ann Dorsey, against Jef- portant arrest was the negro who shot ferson Davis to receive possession of d killed Wash. ulton, near the rail- rertain and nersonai nroncrtr left I road track, lust west of the depot. And j j j - - v I I leston.and makes her independent of I to the latter by Mrs. Dorsey at her the trial of this negro was the first mur the Clyde syndicate. The fallowing I death. The judgment of the court J der case ever heard in Hamblen county. resolution was adopted by the meet- I below in favor of Air. Davis is af-1 , The first regular district court was rmeu. i neia in an eia irame siore-roora on Main The clergymen of Indianapolis "trset. John Mitchell and myself fit have formally recommended that I e room up by taking down a partition funeral services shall be performed I snd making a number of rude board on secular days in private dwellings I benches. i . r a r a - a anu not. in me i vuso oi worsnip; George Speck was publishing Thk mat me irienus snan (age leave oi the dead in private; that the remains shall not be exhibited to the public, and that, and with a view to reduc ing the burden of expense, the ser vices shall be on one day and the burial privately performed on the next. "It has been remarked npon as a noticeable circumstance," writes the Petersburg correspondent of the Baltimore Sun, "that Senator Ma hone, who so boldly and confidently vith tho mad at some ooint. and we walked our streets prior to the elec- ihink Fkkensor Eaaley would be I lion, has scarcely been seen at all farmer of Atchison county of this State the most desirable place. Should I ince tho Cth of .November, except I Sometimea in .my pilgrimages I call at sur railroad enterprise fail, of which I D" h'8 most intimate personal and I the cozy little faim-house on theTarkio we have no fears, wc will give our j political friends. His great and I and Celvin and I have a quiet reunion; the other patties to tha meeting are. of extending tlieir line to this nl.ir I suit oi vue eiecuon uas prooaot v I course. Drouent in in lancv u en K d We do not see why it should not be forced him to privacy for a while. ; I well, Jehu Morris, Bob Mitchell, Will lone. The further from Anderson! A Washington date of the 8th j Dickinson, Bill Flynn and a half dozen Court House the Carolina, Cumber-1 ays the Mexican veterans call- others were the fun-loving and prak- iand Gap and Chicago Railroad is ed at the hite House, in the after- playing boys of the town, and I could GOUAN,' M'GLUBIG k OO.'S NEW AND DESIRABLE LINKS OV FRESH GOODS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT, EMBRACING Dry Goods, Notions, Boots. SHOES AND HATS ing. Retittxl, Tnat a citizens of Andersen ceuety we hereby pledge ourselves, whenever the time arrives and the de 'iianil of trade and commerce and our intrreiua require it, to aid in the exten sion of the 8avannah Valley Hailro td to Easley or Pickens C. H or any other ri!r a ! which wi'l secure to our section ;resu-r f ilit . s of tinvel an4 trin!p.r tation, which a!waya ad !s to the con venience a'nl prott( erily of a people. Tho prospects of building the Carolina, Cumberland Gap and Chi cago Ilailroad are much brighter at this time than they have ever been beforo. Wo think it only a ques ;ion of time when the road will be built, and in our opinion the time will not be long. Of course the Sav- .mnah alley will havo a connection AT Lo.west Eastern Prices. Gazette then, and the results of a little serenade in which he took a leading part arc no doubt remembered by many who were fun-lovers in those days. However, some of the boys found the j joke rather an expensive one. The firm of Morris, Kidwell & Co. was the great institution of the town in those days, and n doubt many still re member how the firm wus sometimes styled "Morris, Kidwell, Colvin fc I.' And this reminds me that the Colvin mcutiunid here, is now a pteperous w. T. :m:a.:r,s:ih MORRISTOWN, T-ETVIV., DEALKH commit the Democratic party inex tricably to a policy that may prove THend of Anderson material aid in I "tininff disappointment at the re suicidal, and postpone iu return to nwer indefinitely. While we do not hesitate to declare that tariff re form i needed and that we have no more svrnpathv than other with a a policy that tends to build up monep olies to the detriment of the manse. m'm' T M , I.- i. - - "ill V IMIH' """ H Cutlery yet wc can still jcrccive that thii f- i :t- .i: a; ;.: i .... . ... suujeci is enMnwu mni uiiuvuiuw i trade in the section which is and must be dealt with in a conserv-1 turned into other channels, tapped, the better it will be for both I noon of that day, in a body, and Anderson and the road. The road I paid their respects to the President will havo longer hauls and a greater I They were received in.the east room extent of territory to draw from, and presented individually to the wane Anderson coma ueveiop a i rresiueni ny uen. Xienver. ihe now I President said that he was glad to and I see them and felt it an honor to alive war Sudden or Violent re-I "niu u-iuaiu ihvib it un-ir wuua- usku euvu u mo uauu. xuoTeie- j , . . , v. . i i I . a r it. t ... , i ., I noa ujkuv imjuiii vi mia iiiace. raus were t'Kwrieu iu anu iruui ine . ... , . 1 1 ' I We assure our friends of Anderson I White House by the several Pouts uuvlt j...l7 w,u- lnat ritkcng extendsthem a cordial of the Grand Army of the Union milted to them, and defeat the very I greeting, and will most heartily co- eteran Corps. The veterans hold end that all should keep in view. I operate with them when they turn! their next annual meeting in St. Let the Democrats in Congress, we their attention in this direction. Ixuis in October, 1834. K'flftt!!'- M'- VcV., of Indian""., offered RKI.IABLR COMPANIES. ing with this matter. In the lan- , ,. . . ' , . ,'r , T . ., u m.T Kn-rm . the followincr in theSenate Mondar. To ail wtom u mj oncem . guage of the editorial correspondent I - ieave lo i,aTe ;t nrinted: The undeisigned take pleasure in say- of the AugusU Chraniele, "Revenue Resolved, That in the judgement i"g lhl thrlr po''5 of Insurance in reform was a good enough slogan of the Senate, tho public debt is not the Trader's Insurance Company and m j . o. l.n . : nA( rucne Dieshing anu mat. any I c vunt"i ',u,,1' vifu . ' . .. I measure of financial joIicy looking I have both been paid by said companies. Muna iuiu5 no weu i n inviuiuun u lhe pcrpctuit,- cf the present in- The Ttadr's by first mail after proof of to party suicide. I tercst learing national debt of this loss. The miM-airiHge of a letter In the irovernment for the purpose of nat-1 mails delayed the like prompt payment ice leputiicans reorganixea we I ional banking, or on any other ae- I by the Continental.' So csurteous and eScers of the Senate last week by I count, meets with the disapproba-1 prompt have thee companies been with the election of fien Anson (i Mr. llOD ollD" uouy, nu euouia u i us tnai we win agio insure wun mem. r 1. . t v . X? V ? :' L' of the United States v.. . . uj, ru- - Girard College will not hereafter haa, ssrgeant-at-arms ; James R. Kosadalls for Itheumatlsm. lease any property to be used as Yocnr, of Pennsylvania, executive vrr. if p.rk and Son. of Strata- barroom purposes. The receipts clerk, and Charles 1L Johnson, of bore. O., write us. June 5, 1882: "Why of the college for eleven months of Minnesota, chief clerk. The elec- do you not advertise kosadalis ror in- this year reached 14,167.50 . w , Z fsmmatory Hheumatimf It is .doinjr JnRtitntirtn in educat ntr 1008 tion of Gen. McCvok over Geo. C. wonders here in curing the diaM. n,lo"on e"ng h .. . . . . rthfin Iwla. flx.m - anchor F. Wen. we flo aaveruse u 10 cure uneu- I " viewed with alarm by the tax pay-1 Mtkrs & Bird. The or Hahone, as Gorham bad the rals fortane to be considered Mahone's candidate. JIahone supported him in the caucus, and in a speech in his I physician and elilaenioi the . . ,, , . I standtnr unite lo commends'. , ey - --ft." 4 for his selection, he emphatically aUUged that Gorham's defeat "would be misinterpreted throughout the South as !n some sense a ditapprov t! of tho liberal movement." By matim, as any one caa ave by readinr our circular. It Is a splendid Blood Me dicine, and it reaches the very root and seat of disease by being conveyed through the blood. Oruffists, leading biht ion of UOSADALIS. CRAVEN'S A CO.. DrUts, at Cor- dnltle. Va-.say ItOAUALIS Btver has fi!e i to give satlifictlon. SAM'L McPADDEN Mnrfresboro Tenn sse, s.ys UOSADALI3 O irtd him cf Ithtumatum when all tin filled. Mr. Goiiffli on Silk Hats. It would be no violation of the commandment." said 'John B. Gough, if a man were to fall down and wor ship the silk hat, for it is not mads in the likeness of anythlajj In heaven or on earth, or In the waters which are undr the eirth." Besides it heafi the hat and causes the hair to fall off. Parker's Hair UaUam will stop that and restore the original color to ersy or faded hair. Not oily, not a dye, be aeflcial, delicloualy perfumed. A per fect htir dressing. C0e. All drugglsti. ardware, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Full Line of Carpenters'ToolsandBuilder's Material SOLE JLO-JBUrO? JOE 08AmOOOft CHIUEO PtOWS & REPAIRS. Every Plow Fully Guaranteed. Also Agent for the FAMOUS " OLD HICKORY: WAGON.? WrrnUd for Twalre Months. D. A. Carpxnter. Preaident. W. W. Woodruff, Vic Proidnt. W. II. SlMMONDS. 8m. 4 TtM ICfJOXVILLE IRE INSURANC E CO MPflfJ Office in Company's Bulldinsr, 148 Gay Street. tell some incidents that would liven up the memory of many a one who suffer ed tht they miglit laugh. Tom Fitz patrick and Flem Ceoley were the dudes, and during Tom Fitz'a, wooing it was quite Interesting to see him of an evening getting himself up in the reg ulation style. After Tom married Flem would not be comforted, and he soon hid himself in perfect seclusion. On any clear noon day Jea. Lane could be found seated en a goods box in front of a little building that stood near the "Buncombe" crossing, on Main street, telling stories to a crowd of idlers and all the time using a jack-knife vigor ously. Dave Pence was the little giant and at his innocent head was hurled many a wlticism. Jim Hodges, I think. was the busiest man in Morristown in those days; at one time be kept up bis law practice was largely engaged in the mar Die Dullness was partner in a saw-mill and was .earnestly endeavoring to reduce a pine thicket sack or town prr . inr- T-ar -w-rY into wmetbiag like a comfortable habi- -M- HLP HAJL" JUJU-JUUL fJ'JLMJLJp&JLJ' tation. Prof. Wilson was principal of the academy .out on the old Kentucky road. Prof. Summers was principal of the young ladiett' seminary. And since those girls who were then in attendance at his school are, it is presumable, all married, I will say that during all my j year ef rambling and of the many cbools that I have visited, I have neyer since found so many beautiful girls as were under Pre f. Summers's training. And miy be this accounts for my bach elorhood the standard of ideal woman hood was raised ft fraction too high. I might go oa and talk of the eld times of long a,jo indeflnitely, but aa I am a newspaper man and know the value ef space T must cut this "take" shert. After leaving Morristown I laid aside the plain and saw and took up the quill, and for nearly ten yenrs I have been one of that laid or aimoit atQleis H W. R. BUCHANAN, GROCER & COMMISSION HERGHNAT A Large Stock of Family Groceries Constantly on Hand. MORRISTOWN, TENN Main Street, mel t 26 6 m - " . W. IP. C3ffilEB,XGraB3, f .. - -DEALEE 1N- ! iDrflgs, Melicines. Paints anil Oils. Choice Tobacco and Cigars. - - - MORRISTOWE, TENN. MAIN ST., my t T T 1883 1884 CHATTANQQQA, TENN. 4ii mm mil -msm of m wm iNone as Complete ; Largest Stock ; Best Grade of Goods 'M U. Lowest Possible Prices ; One Price, C. O. D. ,i li Goods, Prices, Samples sent by mail. !Any article or bil. of goods that you cannot procure to ad-L vantage in your own tpwn we ask you to buy from us,l either in person or by mail. We guarantee everything as represented or refund the money. II i! II - I IILadies making tip Wedding Outfits or buying large bills of fi If goods, Families or Hotels wishing Carpets, Bedding,! t Household Linens should not fail to see us or corres-M pond with us. . 1 ' HOUR CARPET, MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING DEPART-f MENTS, our Store as a Whole, has no superior In the Southi f Try us on Fine Dress Goods, Silks, Satins, Velvets, Dresses- II made to Order, Cloaks, Jackets, Dolraane, Russian Circulars, l Cloths, Knit Goods and Underwear, Corsets, Kid and Clothll Gloves, Hosiery, Linen and Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs, Rib-i i bons, Real and Imitation Laces, Flannels, Blankets, Shawla.H j Zephyrs, Carpets, Oil Cloths and Curtains. H !TRx US ir you want Beet Qoods at Low Prices, and if you wishs ; . to deal with a house where you are certain to find what you ! want. It will pay to spend a few dollars on railroad fare to I ' come to us. If you can't coma send orders. iShould this advertisement irduce you to trade with us please"; mention it, as by so doin you will do this paper a service. 1 D. B. LOVESV3ATJ &CO., 1 I CHATTANOOGA, TENN.i ForMaMiiiter! O GOODS FOR ALL ! roceries, pera Flannels, veralls, ' Overcoats, vershoes, ry Goods, ress Goods, hoes, tationery, il Cloths, xford Ties, D Totions. eckwear, & Underwear, Chinaware, PATRONIZC HOME K4DUSTRIES. DIBECTORS. C. M. McOHEK, ... W. F. WXH8URX,. I. B. LUTTBELL ... C. M. McCLOKO,... M. L. RUSH D. k. CAKPNTB. ,....B. C. JACKSOir, . . . . JCBIPH JAQUES W. TA.TLOB. 8b., ....JOS. T. McTKIK ..W. W. WOODBCrf, STOCKHOLDERS: C. H.MrOhe. D. A. CarpenUr JoMpb K. KaraMt, H. L. Kom, W. A. AndcrsoB, O. W. Palmar, W. P. ChrobrllB Cbu. 11. Brown, Jmra th OalBM, B. S. bruNt, John K. Ubapntta, B,O.PowrU, li. 3altmrah, I. W LllUsrd, JAS, A. hot 7, '83. r.R. MoOluna K. i. Sknford, A. Caldwall, , A. J. MnauteMtls, 3, V. fnlktrtOB, B. C. JackaoB, M. f. Condon, J. T. Johnston, C. E. Lnckaj, W. P. Wubbora, Tho. O'Connar, M.Bogftrt, B. M. Uha, I J.B. Houla, Joiepa Jqne, W. w. Woodruff A. f. Albert, T. W. Taylor, 8r 8. T. Login, 8 B. LuttraU, I T. B jrB'n Hush Martin, : 1. 8. Wbb, B. T. WlUon. ioa. T. MeTr. Jno U. Earnett. Tho. L. WUlianiS, D. r. Hoaa. T i MOKKISTOWN, TENN. oots, lankets, ooking Glasses lambrequins, Alpacas, lbums, fndiana Jeans, .Lndigo, emnants, ibbonSj &c. Wm. LYLE, Fashionable Custom AND GAITER Maker. MORRISTOWN, TENN. Special attention ginsn to order by milt. Shop on new "Y"near depit. feb21tf , THE HOUSE SHOE BED SPRINGS. Is Uniqne in desien and the ltt i of any bod bottom in una. Bead tha following: 1st. They ara Chan. Iiolaului. Ptrnnir ciinf,,r- able and durable. 3ud. Tney can be arranged to anlt a lloht n- heavy person, and adjusted to any aize bad, how ever large OI small in much a maimer that a, liht and heavy body lying on them at the same time will not disagreeably roll together aa is usually the case with ordinary Springs. 3rd. No more dirt, no mora bed bogs, and no more heavy feather beds required for your wives and daughters to handle. Theaa Spriugs lift tha bed above the slats, thns civina the bed a h<hv aud necemary ventilation and affords no possible place for the bugs to harbor. . 4th. They are ao arranged that they will give greater support to the heaviest parts, thus enab ling a person to lie aa smoothlv and aa eveulv npon them aa the swan floats npon the water. 5th. They ara verv elastic and deliirhtf uiw iM . to every motion Of tha bodv and are thna araOilnv to the nervous and a comfort tn tha aA ...! afflicted. i . - 4 . ; . , 6th . A commen straw bed or nulinui An ilijint will make you a cool, aoft comfortable aud healthy bed for summer, while the addition of half tha us- -ual amount of feathers for winter Is all that Is necestary to enable vou to hava a anftar. nnnw and better bed than tha full mnnnt aHtk.mt them. 7th . I propose to do strictlv a legitimate buaU nees and euarantee tha unrinoa to ba alt that claimed for them . They are made of Bessemer best steel wire snd all I auk is to give them a trial. . , , . nth. I will take In exchange for smines all kinds of produce, such aa bacon, lard, hides, wool, feathers, Ac, at tha highest market price. Wh. $y exchanging part of your old feathers for theiu, Ahey coat you nothing, as twelve pounda . . of feathers on theni will mike a better la.1 than ' ' thirty pounds without them. J. T, WHEATLY. SAUfmiUlt. Ktsn!da. .L Tha Ort aHmata eimfc Aoaa. iiuoat. Juona. (uU kiaa. S6 p., route. aoa(, (m, , MARRIAGES' .imoac lofairawoi enrtoosor uoucnuel wast o know. Ctota and iraUlhlttfitmrAnAfca iuwH. ' ri!rGDld,l4 Blfa.santeenlad, nom ortr,bri c ? isriii w r v wit y. kit 104 the STaKtspaolaUaS. Karvooa . - TI . Jiff I I-iUiy.IniuadijaMatK end rmnhlt ftn, f LYOrJ&HEALY I Stats A Monro Sts.,Chlca59-aA. 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