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J, HE' MORRISTOWN GAZETTE, MAY 28, 1 88 4.
S42 The HorristoTra Gazette. WEDNESDAY. Uax ZS.lhH" TIME-TAOLE. or Tin: P.CGEBSYILLE & JEFFERSON R R. tA L r ...... ..... ... T a an Am", at ir Juwrth.n lSa.Bu. U.r'r..U Juii.l...u I p. SB. Arrive l fc' jer-ui . .. 5. IS p. la James Comtek, Agent. AnnouncemontK. Km ir ii!!.ri.! t announce lL nttc of. I. F. Halo, t WUit.aburff, a cr.ii;!t f r Ki"T from the KloanUl iiittht to.iii.xfl ef the outti it Hao.hhn. IIwklu acd autg.ct to Ht pubUcao cn- V r 'ilirr'zrl an-' rr-ju te-I to aaooonee .lames 1!. Thompson a rr.t!i.Jte fr re-tectia t the rrV.ce cf Tu.feeanJ Tax Ull'd-rof Ilamb!n toun!, a? t!. ffi'iiin; A;ul clw.tioo. Wr ate suthri I rfjucstr.l ta mroqc V. II. Maz f Ji.lt fr re flection lo th f!!ce of Mic-ritl of I!ttn!Vi count, at the mauicg iu ut !.c:in. W atr a-ithoricl mil r lUfs'c! to announce fvn rc.unw a rir .li Ntc I.r tbr tate r.atr, Irm the Tl ir-1 Senator ul Dis trict, -r&;eil of the c oui.ti" of Jf fcrno. Sck-r, Iltnibhu an ! Code. April LM focal Xolts and Olhtr Nctc. Sam Carson, a well known colored tableman and Lackdrirer of this pl-ice died Monday t.ft-rnon. One cf cur cltizi i a found la Lis Kr t!en a few morning aince a petrified Irish potato, which looks a natural aa if jast tlu from tho kill; rjet, irrt-Ru-laiitic and all. ft. I,. Bradj l.a a wonderful Leo tb it he thould put on exhibition. A few dyi ajo Mis. llrady hrcke au jul taken lihin the nct and was ur- prid to find within a Hualler ahout the iz! tf a partridge egg. Both wera perfectly dtrclcped in ert'J particular. Whose ben can beat that? In thia itie Mr. J-m K. Thompson, for teral tt-rnia piit the efficient trus tee f Ilaniblen county, announce Lira self a c ai.dMatc f. r re-election to lLat ptioitioii. -ir. Ihompsona worlii l o gene rally r Ckgwized tht it w on' J re- juire a formiJal le canJiJitii iaJied to beat him. We ha nceive l a coj y of Tie Farm iUsoil published at Sidney. Ohi. The publi-hers wi.'h to exchange vith a cumber of Southern pnpers, their ob- UlI hiieir io i lace pi:ch r! rs i n fiU for the ingnection f liStron. Their pitron cau cd The OaZETTE on file thcie, and tLe country it represent is Tt-ry w ell reflected in the maka up and ?irit t f the papr. Iti3initing J. F. Llale, h well known young n an tf Whittfcbur, i announcd io thi I- Jt an a candidate ft r the Ilej ublican couilsatten f r l!ottril representative from Ilamb.ei!, ILuicwcU and Ilawkina Cjui.tiei. lie i .i hterung cliaracter and would be a A xjnent cf the InU riis of tlii diftiic t If elected. The 9nitary t'emmtttee are at work. J. M. Sharp La a c. in.lct tock cf dry C " d. rr-1 i . 'e , aa 1 li telling ; e ry article at the :nt price. The trt luu-ic by the dra;:t;c fo'k wa rte cf tlo ft fru.bing fnturc cf the pa-t week. Tha New England excuiting editor are en rente homeward from New Or leans. They expriti delight at the nith't prosperity, but mare at it hw pitality. Their train (topped at Iliau yoir en the and the member were preant d.aeverallr, to JeCTeTfan Davit, wha receirtd thc-r.i with tru-r Southern cordiality. "1 Le esteemed correspondent in Mis uri who e'idt m a graceful and very truthful and j ist tribute t the mcrmry ef Dr. M. C'arriger, af this place, will I appreciate the coTt tnation or circisti- ntauctt that precludes it publication Harublca cuiir.tf Denr crat are c:l to laeet at the 0ra Hrjv n the l:h pr.-x. Vuucinr.kd tip-lep h at and h t J Upn learning that Dr. Carrigcr, &t thit at J. M. Sharp'a crnvr of Main and -writing, U d.ii!y con vaU sting and Lids Heaery t. Komin Lit triads and j f;r to urv ivc to rend ubituariet cf uh pet pr:et before buyln? elwhere. i tty cf Mt friend information thai will na tloul l be as grntifyirgly received by our corri-if xiidect as Jit ii Impartad by u. Ir. Eiai.k Sf.k h .. mare Elarida curiosities tl an ary cur wha Las ytt letuirsed. Ili I thy a!. inters Lave cat tr.ra.l the l. tit cf the rrall bey. I who Keltic Dai.av. a youne wamaa I . ....... . ... X ). .. . -- - j canin in iiiiuuuni iioiM .ef i mit, AN rrI.TLXITY i.ar'riaff-rd , ,Blt ;c fAO a;trr,rt-to en l her life t tagff 111 if of !i.o .Mt ii a. I.y aii l hii'd-rn .Maw ll. t. a! McXul'y. lJcrehen, Lillard A a . Knoxyillo. A preat many people imagine they LaVe heart dUfast when in reality it is a Lad case r ivpeisia, caused from Imperfect digestion liiey are nerv ous, have frequent headache, no ener gy. m en disturbed, bowIa cont:lpatcd. dull pain and f nllnes about the stoaiach heartburns, colic, morbid appetite, in tact it it the lueamat ef ail di-easts, for it interferes with the whole ma- chin ry of the tys'.CMi, and causes more iuflctirg ar (t umest th:in all other. ! ha evjn rlngs Iron-Aluui Mass manufactured by I.anJrum & Litch field. Ahi-ig !on, Va., is guaranteed to relieve all thoe symptams. What nure could 3011 dts're. Andrew Mitchell was tccldentally killed at Chattanooga on the night of the -'21 at a lawn party by JefT Lee. The twa were close fi lends, and attend ed the paity ia company. While suun tetitig lhrouh the l.r.vn Lee picked i.p a uu which he .sw h-aoing aaitis-t a tree. lie eramir ed it equally, imd i u;-po-ig it unlo'dtj o!ut' d i', plaj' t i!l :t Miteii'll. The latter era ped the barr 1 and l t'- e: e 1 it with the re mark, "Ii unloaded xucs that. do the killing." At that junctut e the w eapon was discharged and the L ad passed through Mitth' H'a 1 gs near the tliih, producing ins'ai.t d ath. John Du't psty, w ho wa stealing h ride on a train which arrived at Kn-;x-vi'.le Saturday night ficm Chnttinoga, vi struck by a railio.vl switch while j. imping from the train just hef'ie reaching tf e Iep t and terrih'3' man gld. several car having pa?scd over j his legs and arm. lie was taken to the City Hospital, where he died a few hours later, after giving an account ef himself. lie stated that he had escap ed from Tracy City, where he was serv ing a term of imprisonment for larceny. He was attempting to roach Joiu-oboro to meet his wife and children when the accident cccutred. The remains wre feru aided lo JonesLoro. 11 o nir cf 'he I'.Mh, lyj'iinpii g into th Teaiie.-see river, but was re.cued- Sb traa a winiH of ill repute, and ex- Kor all kla.Is of Cot and Shoes j ut ..... V , , . ... ! was t LmSed at her own thamelecrt- up iu a skilled and tib:'itial inauner, ',, ,, . . r - e4 that the felt that she ought not to call co IV .1. IMtman, Ma n ttreet. Mor- , " .,, . -r I've Ijpger. Miortly after her rescue ritwn, lenn. ne w ill sin: von to a T. ; . ' , he espre-e a desire to enter acloutf r, Ueme:obr Tuc (JatKrrn j b r fib e i ; and was fcent to Memphis where she tupplied with iu-w tyj e. f.-t presset, w ill ttks the viil. etc., and can MI rr.Jer r r ! mJ cx j printing with dispatch ai.d at city I rrc. Hen. I.. C. IIu' l a accepted an in- j vitti-Mi to delivtr the aldrna at tha 1 r leuionivs at KrdrhksV-irir. Va., N- ' t nai Ctii.itery -a XUeoraiion uy, Miy 3):h. The coainmirni'.ent eteriies of M'ss Haimai's H.Md. at r.e.n'a S:ti.n. were attccded by ferl Mrri tawnlaid. who tvpreaed deliht at tf I'isnner In nli'o!: they wtr entertained. tioll-s C S jgar at IJoodsoH vt Dhiii. ! for $1. I H!b. XC sujr at Odson fc lllair's f-r $1. lot) lb, stand, gian. sugar for S of. S li. coTee at G odson & IllairV. i 1 1 Gib can of toicato.. at G. A H.'s t. r lc. 1 21b cn f crn at G . & Il.'s, 12c. 3 doz. box- matches at G. i D.'a for C.V. 21 yards cf t alieo at G. IJ 'a for $1. The rda a d bail t.rm f Mor day evening, lat wi-k, w a very destruc tive to ihe f rst r f ti e strawberry en p. and ha. we are informed, entirely de-ftr.-jeJ the grtpe erep c f thia vieiaity. The Atkin Ilouac, Kuoxville, as most 1 Tatt;. ?t ing pri mis t be a )pu I lar ;i suuiinei ii.-' phic t !i i s ae.iron us in th-pas'. 'I bus l.-.r the se K' n "has al ! ready se n the ic,:tr-d;,n of btweeii ninety and ne himdicd guesl. As time goes by the justly celebrate 1 wa ter fiotn this spring attains w ider popu larity and notoriety. It is now being frhi: t'ed t evety fct'ion of the Uni n j by the bairel, and it viitues are bting j enjoyed by thaufan la who cannot ' drink it fresh f ri in the ba.-in into w hi.h , it Hows. Uiit th richly oxygenized i atmot phcr", the tool nights, t be re- freshirg hie-z , the h ady n-treatt, I tli" soul-enchanting scenery f tins j mountain Eden uad hist, though not j :, the xeellent fare and attention : iiiiiiVd by Messrs. Tannlinson t j Hagsdle, thi pi uprie' 01., combinad, 1 are so inisistible tht midsummer will lfi..d large number :.t Tate's from many ', States i 1 the Union. Ntar Wheliig, West Virginia, le-c.-iitlv, threi; ytung girls intended to cf our local readert know, haa Wen, for ; I a laiu 1 1 ractical joke on Ar- .1 1. . . .1 .: . , .tu . 1 1 -, aeerai monina pass, unocr inecianagv ment of Mr. Isaac Scott, an old and ! wcli knawn caterer for the traveling ; public. He l.s recently secured the 1 assistance of Col. J. C. Todd, of Iowa. A fetal family a!Try occurred at j a Etnt!eun.a whesa experience in hotel Kingston. Tena.. the night of the ty.t'd, ) life, go far as the wants and plea met ! drug. At a picnic the dark ate heniM i which t;-"rke L'tt!en was thot J t, vi-itar are cancerned, ara best I b' t!,i ri?. but 'ekners took an twire ad fatally wo-inded ay S. M. j extmpiirit-d by the care and forethought j other aud an alarming dinttiou from Littleton, hi cou:n. The men are lt extends tt the convenience of all his 1 wliat lle expected. Ho eventusl- thur Knowluton, h tathcr airy J ung cierk iu the j iii.t'pal fceneial store iu the town. To this end they liberally achsoiie.d a piu wit'i a white powder, w hich tliry tuposeI to be pson; falls, but which turned out to be a deadly welt conn t ted. Another d-l 'lard mark' his passed I away. J hn Morri. well-know n among I the cider inhabitants tf the tr-n ard r -.iti.iv. .lie 1 Tiidev riirht U.-t. after a guests. Theie la no more pleasant home ly recovered, an 1 the next day met one Ihe East Tennessee Farmers' CJon vci.tir.n closed at Kcoxvilh; Ut Wed i.ictractvl confinrmei.t. aged shout ".'J t)ewlay night, after a two day,' sessien yar. for trantitory travellers than can hm J of the Kills. He cut a twitch from a 1 bush by the roa Jside, and w hipped her j ftverely for her share in his torture. found at tha Atkiu II ue. j Tin farmers In attendance comprised l,j tha most intelligent portion of the pro- LOST. A iir of heavy, cold-plat s' Je-W.w sp, t taclc t tLe Opera IIuse gressive agrieultui iats, ai.d in this re C.e iii;'ht t t! el is!ng exerciai t af the 3Iale Fchool. The party returning them to thia t-ili.-e will be liberally re-wadd. A very destrm tiv tire occurred at Chattsnoo-. 0:1 tho 2'ih. It originated In the Mi"fl A: Woodward TUuing Mil'., which w aa entirely d-troytd and spect the aieeting may be ranked fr abave the previous cosventiwns af East TeHnrace farmeis. A iiuin'aer of in ttrtsting papers were read by promi nent agi iculturita, embodying valuable inforrujtioii pcrtxining ta Various sub jects relative to fanaicg operations. t e are pleased to announce that Maj. . ,, , i;i .i..,t ' T. C Cain bus the contract, and is now thirteen tlier etw.ilimen w r par ( tially I urr.a I. The l-s is $-3.tC0 with I ),l(-0 inMir'! e. Mjc ran home crying with Idn, rage and mortification. Her brothers took her part, an I that night tarred and leathered young Kaowleton. The next night one of the brothers, while walk ing in the street, was slot and instant ly killed bv son.c one unknown. Tha w hole community has taken fides, anil much bloudahed is fiared. Mrs. W K. Elairtnd family are vis iting relatives in Knoxville. Mrs. Frank Gaodson epent a portion of lasi week with her parents at Tur ley's Mills. iMr. and Mrs. John L. Marsh, of II-me, Greene county, are guests of Mr. Etd Mrs. W. T. Marsh, of this place. Miss Kirdie Speck, one of our mOct winning and estimable young ladies, has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. II. PetMbonc, at Greenville, during the pat week. MissLeota Ilankin, a charming and orphan Ilt'le granddaughter of C. G. Hankin, of Grceua county, is visiting her relative, Mrs. W. T. Maish, cf this place. We were pleased to meet on the street Monday our former fellow-t iiizen, Mr. John II. Tate, now chief postal cletk for Untie Stm on the miin line and residing at Chattanocga. He ap parently enjya fine health. C. G. Ka! kin, Esq , o Home, Greene county, one of tho cl-verest and mo: t persevering itpi esent dives of the strug gling manufacturing industries of Eas i'enne8.ee, spent a dsy in our city last week en route heme from the farmers' Convention- Mis Mtiggic D. Kakin. of IIom. Greene coun'y, was met in this city last Fridsy by Miss Annie Kuuibongii and liccomp inifd her heme on u ti-it fr a few weeks, the guest of Mrs. J. II. Kumbough, of Warm Jpt ings, K C. Tbv cheery and manly voica cf tx Gov. DeWitt Secter intonated mat pleasantly in our sanctum last Saturday. Although nt entirely restored ta his frmcr health, he reverently thanks God that he is as well and robust as he White Fine Profres: Mr. D. C M. Lyle, with Gregg A Co., manufacturers of mowers, reapers, etc , was in town this week iu the interest of his hause. Messrs. Gregg & Co. make a specialty of "The Meadow King Mower," "Gregg Keapwr," and "The Meadow King IUkc." J. C. Tucker and W. G. Power have ben in cur town and caunty since Tuesday of last wetk. 'J hey are intel ligent and well-to-do young farmer of Huwai'd e-.unly, Indiana, aud are i'e f irmis of puithasing ahome ioniewhe: e iu East Tinuessee. Tiny are well pleased with our country, and we hr pc to have them permanent citizens f our county. Cot. John E. Helms, of the Morris twn Gazette, returned to-day from Xashville, to waich place ho accom panied the New Englanders. Col. Helms is one af tlie Remetratic editors in Ten nessee who dares ti speak cut .without spt-cial order frwrn the "houses " He is a Democrat because he believes In Democracy, and not because Brigadier Geaeial Skyscraper and Cel. Gutter snipe ! long to that paity. Chattanooga Democrat. CLOSING EXERCISES ,1T AIA COLLEGE.. VIRGI- '84 Bean's Station, Tenn., May 12 To the Editor of The Mori lit own Gazelta : Last r.ight closed the coir.mencement exerci?e3 of Virginia Collegi, first term. They were a 6uccess in every FCnse of the word. Tho eien iscs were opened with pray er by Iicv. Mr Jones, after which came inusi- by p'ano, violin and guitar. Xext came an apology ror me ausenoe ei Hon. H. J. Patton, tha speaker of the night, by Mi. W. B. Kagsdale. "In the Starlight," by Misses Nellie and Net ie Thomas, was pronounced the best piece of music oi tha night, and was received with loud applause. Next in rdr came the oration cla.s, composed of tight young men of the school, who did justicu to themselves, and honor ta their teachers. The judg es in this tnte-t were Mr. McMillan, of Kno.wille; Mr. Ilotchkiss, of New York; and Mr. F. W. Taylor, Jr., of aur county. The baiutiful gold medals were pre sented by Dr J. W. PitJce to Mr. Eugene Cassatly, ard Master Willie Francisco. The next thing an the programme was th' cuiisth nic class, which was pro nounced the most 'interesting exercise ( of Ih." evening, and iiuim-raiis it quests weie itade f r it lo be repeated ou t'je second night. Grwut credit is line thw young ladies who had charge of the class, and trained it so perfectly. Ihe - theatrical peiformauce w; 3 phnuidly executed, and elicited loud and co:i! inutd applause from t la au dienceparticularly the com:c appear ance, vfttty sa3-ings and ludicrous mis takes of the "couutry cousiD," as acted by 11. B. Francisco. The prominent features of the secend night, was the composition class, com peted of eleven beautiful little girls. The judges in this cantest were Mr. McMillan, ef Knoxville; Dr. Lee, of Chattanooga; and Dr. Hill, cf Knox ville The compositions were of the highest gra-le, end each young lady was boun tifully awarded with beautiful flowers. Miss Mattie Jarnagin was the winnar of the beautiful gold medal, which was presented by Dr. R. S. Tidwell. Capt. Ti mlinsoii naw came forward, and called Master Robt. Gill to the s ag ', he having won the beautifuJ, gia .'a in d .1. Rev. Mr. Jones THE MORRISTOWN ART GALLERY. XEAVLY ARRANGED AND REFITTED. J. M. HONEY, SuccEsson to J. Busn oxg, Proprietor. All work done in City Style, at Competing Prices. My rooms are convenient, pleasant and well ventilated, and so arranged as to give the best advantages of li-rlit snd khade. I invite the citizens of Morris- town and vicinity to give me a call whenever they want pictures of any size or kind. I am a practical pho tographer of long experience, aud have v.-oiked in the leading cities of the counlry. I feel assured that 1 can give sitisfaction to all. Respectfully, ma21 tf J. M. HONEY. N e w Advert A ist m e n t s. AX EDITOR'S TRIBUTE. Theion P. Keator, Editor of Fr. "Gazette," writes: "For the past five years have always used Dr. Kin'gs New Discovery, for coughs ot most severe character, as well as tor (hose of a milder type. It never fails to effect a speedy cure. My friends to whom I recommend d it speak of it in same liigh terms. Having he.-n cured by it of every con ah I have l:itd fur five'ears I cansid r it the wnlv reliab'e an I sur cure for coujlis crhls etc." Call at W. P. Car'igi's Drog store. -Mid jre! n free ti i il botilo Lrg-. size &l 0.). VERY REMARKABLE RECO VERY. Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester. .Mi(h., vii!os: ":y wife has l:eeii al mo.-t he'phss for five yeais, so lo llcss that she could not turn over in the bed alone. She used two bottles of Electric Bitters, and is so much improved, that she is able now to do her own woik." Electric Bitteis will do all that is clai-ned for them . Hundreds of testi monials attest their great curative powers Only fifty cents a bottle at W. 1. Curriger's OPEN FOU THE SEASON, aimn 12V .0116: Cement, Wagons, - Kemp Manure Spreader, Engines, Threshing Machines, Mowers, Reapers, Binders, Hay Rakes, or any S1achmerv. GLASS LAMP lVICliS, EGG BARRELS, Brick, Lime, Lumber, DRY GOODS AUD GROCERIES, CALL ON OR ADDRESS- U8S'& Morristpwn, Ttixin. latSl If MORRISTOWN, TEIVIS-., WiE.VIll liX KERN'S ICE CREAM HALL, ai Knoxville, is now open for the season. Parties and families along the line of raili oad can be supplied with lee Cream, Cakes, kc, at any time on shortest no tice. PETER KERN. may 21 2m mane a nic-s short speech, while the judges were coming .". ... . - . . f I . f t ! . . 1 a uvt-iy cngagea 111 1 uroi.-;ung ine ma- teiial aud labor, to macadtmize tl.e I rosils lt-H!ing luto vristawn. B. F. We are In receipt -f an invitation. I Mitchell, E-.j., ha t i business tuper thr..njta th kinlnois cf Mr. C. II. 1 viion of the wwik. jN'ilh the cxperi WJ iv.ide, a tule:tt if the colleja from . tnceanJ hantety of two such foiemtii this place, ta be promt ai d witn. ai Mitche'.l acd Cain tl.e confidence is tha celebration t.f the CaMinpeao Liter-! e;i lusUineJ that tiie wik will be ary ii-cieiy 1 f Eia.-rr and Henry d- j well and faithfully done, securing gee-d let, Vi:lts. which 1Vr alaca Tuet- roads t the city at all scasous. Thay dsy tvming, June 1' tl:. hao now a large force at woik on thi " - " i jmjvortant iiiiprovtuient, which ma)- Theheavie,! tl.ipinent cf atiawbtl- j -u he haile.l wit h clelirht bv ourcili- ever u.a.ia fr in Chattanooga and jr! apt trj i'y In the S-uth, left thtlritv the night af the 13ih. The t-al ameunt wa 1 cratea, and it a-gra;atd t 0 pounds. Three cars W. te liiy.ed. They Were shipped trt Ciorir.utti, Chicago, Cleveland and o h r p L"t . Zens, aa w all as the thousands tf visi ters that pa's over this road ta Tate Springs. Score o::e for the tnteipiise af the "U:-g m unt.iia city. It is s.Vi 1 aliot in the tight dirctioM. The trade and in lu-tiitl dip'ay at Know i!!e Ijt Thiiray, it i-tuil, was 1 dt-citlt'diy tho grandes" exhibition f The S'at- Pr hibiti..n K n xville's buineas ever attempted, met io.ahvil!e Totirsdiy laat an 1 wat ; ., . jua t,f tvorT. 0. "llvo(f.:(i:i extrude I fcb'ut two milm . .length and every itnpor- fcubm bs ): Le an.! ti the larcest ever liebl hi the faa. Uvir four hundred delea!ea wer present. It wa. deiiJtd not to i.omir..tea ticket j ui rnlei ,,ri.fe ja the t i'y nd ai b it la sni l rt ordy th candidate that w , st,.tH, many of the flo . . i. 1 !i ... .....1 WCll'U rUiilWlk I 111 Ol. ! kllu "inri.il- j r -nt ta the ierp!e. At a rasas inert ifg t;e!d st nil.t Jl.Srn) wa raided to hi.!i tha wark. STYLISH BOOTS AND SHOES ! Tha place ta grt them cheaper than any where eNeial P. J. Pit rn.aii'a. He l.ai all facilitira uaw for ding work in the mod ktjll-h and susUntitl manner, and vnily believes that hecn Hobetttr woik at lower prices than any or e in town. Call and see him. Shop in Main atrtet, i-ppMte Brawn & StuMde f.eld. rna21 If Wi.l R. ( ooptr. ao Induatriaiis iod ..U r yotiag etrcr.ter met with a terri l.l .'.ejih at ChattaiiOoga, Iat Satunlay afiernoaci. 1I left hi hama about 4 'rhH-U and r narked lo a flitl.d. "d in't nake any arrangement for to ut IrVow until I return. I a; af a"I a-iUlhiiig a ill Lai p-4 U n..-." itbor' 1 afurwajd while alkl Ihf'.u't Xahtil an I CUttUi.c ga tarlu h y h-e ri' rut h a u iich etire, anj iltc. ' Ititf J. i.:g I r pared w it h grt at labor perse. It w as w itaesed, it Is c'airncd, by thirty thousand p o; 1", ai.d the d lail4 of the pageant iu th; Knoxv.lle ppets aie lull f interest. Morrihtwn, a uaual to such feit', contributed il ful! iuoa to the t'tt of tha occasion, as this mention proves: In the characteis, Ki.oxvi.lc dudes, Dick Johnson, solici tor for McNuliy, Ii.n lies. Lillard A l'a., and N. R. Stuhbl field, with (corg-' fc Hiiaco.1, ruado the complete round with ihe proccatioo. TLay wore the cou totUeal b atk (extra tiht) n.d hat with patchwoik bands. Their flaal (?) was an ox-cart w itli a cwl ired driver. Their Iinpetaonxtioo was pro n ucced inimitable. FEARFUL CRASH. We are determine I lo f n'icipat. I.iv prices, and will offer great iuduce tue ta in our Dra Goods Dcaartinenl, which einbrana a full line of S.Iks, Armor an I ttnia-i 8 tilings. Cah rnrre, NonV Veil rgs, U u a t I n e , Lawns, Nalr.siaW, Sitteens and Ein Iroiileied bwis. JlcNulty, Borcbis, Lillard & Co., Knoxville. Friday a.d Saturday nights last, Mer ristown had another season )f dramatic enjoyment, in the appearance at the Opera II use of the Standard Dramatic C-'mpany. The opening nigh- they primtt-d "My Partner" in a highly plaa-irg manner, t; a gvod hause. The comedy af this piece was '.) dr.e' by S. 15. McElreth, who very success fully iinperonated the character af John Chinaman.' The MCMid night, "Josh Whittoriib" was grev;el by a rathe r luiiil i r hoi, Mhau attended the tat pertoruiaiKe. The acting was fjir, but net so good as the eight previous. Mki Nina Ritchie, is"Tat," won a warm pluca in the hearts of h:r audi tors by htr undirected .simplicity and awttt ainging. McElreih, as "Uncle Josh," w. s a very natural character. Mi Ali e Irviug ai.d Nedie Claire, as Nellie Ii inn use an l Susio Cornell, w ere tha only 1. tl.tr members of the company m ho-c :'. ing was not characterized by a little too much Marchln. ss to icm entirely natural. 'I he orchestra render ed somo very tweet music, which add ed much l the enj 'yrnent af both en tertainments Ti e Company left Sun day for Rogeifville and paints ah ye. Thr Auehh:x Institute ox Stkeii's Winks. A cmmittea ws nppainted to visit Alfred J peer's vineyards and wine cellars at Pas.-aic, N. J. The fol io ing i the report : "Mmv will be fciuprised to learn that within so ehoit a distance frwm Ne Yark City la an enteipiia s extensive, of so much im portance and to successful. The qualities af thes.i wines are not excel d by any producer in the world and during th- season when the epera atiun of handling tha gropes and ex pressing the juices are in active pro-grt-M' it is interesting to visit the vine yards and witness the operation. A. S. llKvrit, M. D. R. II. Maktix, J DisriHjtKix, Com. Fof ! every when-. Perth eroii Norman Stallion . This celebrated Imported Stallion will be exhibited in Morristown on the first Monday in August. All admirers of floe horfc fleih should sec hlin. lie will make Ihe present KtuSon at my farm, f-evcii miles sou li of Jloirinlow 11. I). W. LUIIL. uiiiil Sui p Buy the improved American Sewing M-ttuiua complete wlih all latest attach menta, and sold at reduced price by J. M. bharp. Tribune Saturday: A party of ladi, s left for A&heville on yesterday marn ing'a train, to attend the am ual meet ing of the Woman's Missionary Society i f Holston Conference, M. E Church, Sa'ith. The part' was uuder th cscoit of Cajt N. S. Woodward, atd consist ed of the folbawiutr ladies: Mr?. N. .S. Woodward, Mrs. Matt McCluog, Presi dents; Mis. B. Puruptirey, Correspond ing Secretar ; Misa. Rev. J. 8. Kenne dy, Miss, rial! io Kennedy, and Miss Bet tie Carter, of this city, Mrs. Nixon and Mi-s Cornelia Keith, cf Athens, and Miss Wisdom, of Cha tanooga. Tha party was joined at thi place by Mrs. W. P. Carriger and Miss Jennie Ilarlc, Morii.'town; Mrs. Bles.-ing, Em ory, Va ; Miss Susan Cox, Abingdon, Va.; Mrs. Bruce, Wytheville, "a ; Mrs. L'mbarger, Mai ion, Va ; Mrs. Jas. II. Dosser, Jontsboro, Tenu. Col. Sccphen A. Douglas, (sau of tha the late Stephen A. Douglas candidate for President in l&GO, ) stopped a few days in our city last week. The Colo nel was on his way North, having spent the winter in Florida, and was so well pieced with the bracing monntaia air of this locality that he was sorry that his busiucfg was such that he could not spend the summer mcuths in this de lightful climate of East Tennessee. Col. Douglas remarked to our repor ter that while he wa3 Dot a political man, yet he could not help but look at the piejent political situation of both parties. He thought black John Logan, of 1 11 ineis, would be the Republican candi date for President. His reasons for this conclusion were that Lagan was the only soldier talked of; that Logan's reputation as a soldier could not be guinpaid; that the boys in blue who knew Logan were witli him and would stand by him thraugh thick and thin and thai he would carry much greater strength than many papers of the coun try were willing to accord to him. In regard to his owu party the Dem ocratic they had made serious blun dersfirst in the defeat of Randall for Speaker and next in attempting to force the Morrison Tariff-bill. He very much faared that these fatal blunders would defeat the party in the ccming Presi do'it'al electron. Ytt with a strong united effort, with such statesmen a Sam Tiiden and Payne as leaders, they could iriake the election sure. Tliepo men would cement the Demo cratic party, aud take a large vote from Hie dissatisfied Republicans that feel and know that a change in the admin istration will ba for ti a best interests of the country. Mr. J. W. Mitchell of S. C, lcavrg the cream of the Bead of Chucky with W. II. CoiTman &, C., for sale. Tne farm contains abaut 700 acres, SCO af which is the very llrest bottom land. Terms and price vtiy reasonable, and any one expecting to buy the place had better call at once on V. H. CofTman & Co. to their decision, after which Mr. Rags dalo made a few remarks by way of an nouncements. According to a vote of the audience the theatrical performance of tha pi e viousevening was repeated, after whkh there was music, and the rast thrang wag dismissed. Every inch of available epaca in the large hall, was packed with interested spectators, who were enthusiastic in their praise af the manner in which everything was conducted. We piedict that the number of pupils enrolled next session, will he much lnrger than at present, and we know tha school will he conducted upon prin ciples that will make if a blessing and a fixture in our midst. The close af the pies tut tessiou was devidedly tho mot interesting event that ever occurred in our county, and speaks in the highest terms ef the en ergy and perseverance of the young la dies who, by their zeal and devotion ta their cause have made it a success. May Virginia College have many more such commencements, and may success crown tho efforts of these de serving 3'oung ladies in their noble work. - TiMOTnv. HIS SLIPPERY GLASS EYE " 1 he Squire," sajs th author of "The IIo s'er Schoolmaster." "wore one g'ass ex e and a wig. J he glas eye was constantly slipping out of focus, and the wig turning around sidewise on his head whenever he addressed the people of Flat Creek District." S-id spectacle. Parker's Hair Balsam pre serves and promotes the growth of the nrtural hair. It also restores the nat ural color to hair which has faded or become gray. Clean, elegant, beneficial, highly perfum'.d. Spring Without Blossoms. 1 THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it, 2 Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver Camplaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you. 3 Slecple.-s Nights, made raiseiahla by that terrible cough. ShiUh's Cure is the remedy for you, 4 Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal injec tor free. 5 For Lame TJaek, Side ar Chest Shiloh's Porus Plaster. Price 25c use C Shiloh's Cough snd Consumption Cure is said by us on guarantee. It cures consumption. 7 Shiloh's Vitalize- is what yau need for constipation, Loss of Appetite, Diz ziness and all symp'wms o; Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. 3IAY FESTIVAL. We are now prepared to fill ordeis in our Millinery Department, for those Ladies' Custom Ti immed Uat. , Daily arriving the late-t styles. In Ladies' Hats, trimrucJ asdedred, at tha shart est poaaihle itotiVe.' MeNully, Marches, Lillard & Co., Knoxville. D KM OCR A TIC MEET IN (7. Tha Democrats of Ilambleu are here by called to meet at the Opera House In Moiria'own, Monday, S)th dav of June, IbS-i, at 10 a'clock A. M , for" the purpose f electing delegates to at tend the SUta Convention, which ineeU iu Nashvi'.I June JSih, and for the purpose of transacting snob other bui iitS4 as may 1 roperly come before tho meeting. S. W. Shield, CI m Co. Dem. Ex. Com. May 22, 1884. S Craup, Whooping Cough and Bron chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by W. P. Carriger, druggist. jan 23 6ai Charles O'Conor just before his death paid the whtdodebt of Nantucket town. m None but First Class Goods. In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one should hav the best or none. Messrs. Shurb y & Co., Chi' ago, arc making a specialty of ilne goods, and if you need anything ii Watclns, in dust anil water proof cases, Solid Silver orTrlphe Plated ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gol l Jewelry send to Shurley & Co., they will s?nd a single article at the dozen prices. They arc vouched for and endorsed by the United States Express Co., American Express Co., Southern Express , F. W. Palmer, Postmaster of Chicago, Gen'l A. C. Smith, Er-Stat'i Treasurer, and many others. Goods sent on approvnl, i tU privilege of examination, enabling you to do your purchasing at home. He member, Sburley & Co. , 77 State S' reet, CbVago, III. Send for their new and beautiful illustrated catalogue. 8;i"t 2S 63 ly. L-.. IM-J-l1 J"l JJ l"i Wholesale Grain and Produce Market. Eate iu Life to T,ook for Joy Yet Never too Eate to Mewl. Readers cf Hawthorne's "House of Seven Gables" will recall the pathos wi.h which poor Clifford Pyncheon, who hid been unjustly imprisoned since his early manhood, said, kfter his leh-as-: "My life is gone, and where is my happines.-r- Oh! give me my happi ness." But that could be done nlv in part, as gleams of warm sunshine occa sionally fall across the gloom of a New England au umn day. in a letter to Messrs IIiscox fc Co., Mr. L H.Titus, of Pennington N J, says: "I have suffered unfold misery 10111 c hildhood from chronic disease of the bowels and diarrhoea, aecampanied by great pain. I sought relief nt. tlm hands of physicians of every school and used every patent and domestic remedy under the sun. I have at last foun.1 in PARJvER'S TONIC a complete specific, preventive and cure. As your iuvaluaUe medicine, which did for mo what nothing else could do, is entitled to the ere lit of my getting back my happy days, I cheerfully and gratefully acknowledge th. fact." Air. E.S.Wells, who ne-ds no intro duction to the aeople of Jersey Citv, adds: "The testimonial of Mr. Titus is genuine and voluntary; onlv he does' not adequately portray the suffering he has endured for many years, lie is my brother-in-law andl know the case well, ne is now perfectly free from his old troubles, and enjoys health and life, ascribing it all to PARKER'S TONIC Unequalled as an Invigorant; stimu lates all the orgaiis; cures ailments of the liver, kidneys and sdl diseases of tho blood. ard ware, Cutlery, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Full Line of Carpenters'ToolsandBuilder's Material CHATTANOOGA GHlttEO PtOWS a REPAIRS. Every Plow Fully Guaranteed. Also Aireiit'for lLo Famous ami Trwnmr iinnm ULUIllllVUlU VAUl )J 1 Warranted for 12 Months. Fcb'J 82 1 y . SPRING, 1884. ARTON, Is now re".eiviug his lurrre and etogaut stock of FOR TJIE EW QOODS Goods, Fancy Goods, SPRING SEASON, Dress Choice Hosiery, Cap, Gaatsn Mauings, ite Sob C ill. ksinyon, Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddles, Bridles, HARNESS, &c, MAIS STItKET, MOjiRlSTOWN, - - TENN. PiV.apt attention, given to all kinds of Repairing. New things and all the Novelties in every Department. ilY DRESS MAKIfHC DEPARTfVIErUT In the Store has all tbo new spring stylus, and suits now ordered will be of tho Latest Paris aud New orls deuins aud the best woikiuauship. NO STOCK in the City is IIANOS03IE or Cheaper than Mine. Orders by Mail promptly attended to. HTsHITS BARTON, AprillS. Knoxville, TenncwHeo. Lookout ank OF MOIIEISTOWM, TENNESSEE, STATE nDEOSIOTOI-: PAID UP CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. JAS. G. ROSE, President. . J. W. UOSE, W. A. HOU'ELL. 1K.V.1H Ol f.I 1 JOIIS MUUl'HY, JOUN MU1 IV 1 1 E V, Cashier. i:"i'oi:s. J. O. KICK. J It. HOWELL. STOCK1 1 OLI KI S. G Rose, John Murpbey, J.I,. Howell, W. A. Howell, YV. E . Howell. B. F. Ktubblefleld, J. K Skean, J . O. ltiee, E. li. Hale, Haii;b!eu c'ouuty; P O. Fuikcrsi.n, ClailKirua Couuty; O. T Magoc, Monroe County; Jehu Stokely, Cocke County; T. It. Kead, W. IS. Tate, Grainger Oouuty. . Will 2'ransact a General Banking Business, llecetcs deposits, Iny and sell exchange. gold and silver, and make collections upon the hkM favorable terms. , iiayso-Bjtr. New Sash, Door and Blind Factory in Morristown 1IAUVEY LOOI JOHK W. LOOP Best work and lowest prices, its equivalent. Terms cash or ma21 tf IN CHANCEUY AT TOWN. MORRIS- Morristown Produce Market. CORRECTED WEEKLT BY GOODSOIf Ss BLATIt. ilOHRISTOWX, WflK-XT CO UN OATS FLt)UIt M EA.L BUTTER EGGS BACON SWEET POTATOES IRISH POTATOES POliK APPLES TALLOW FLAXSEED LARD.... BEESWAX PBACIIES.. FEATUEliS t 3Iay 27, 1884 -.......1 COl 10 & W 115 2 753 CO l5 ; 13 15 9 10 kcI W G (-a 7 fei 7 & 10 OA 7 0Q New millinery attractions at Mrs. Lou FIvdd's. Call aci see them. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. Divorce Bill, -No. -109. Fhoelw L. Johnson ys. Sol. B. Johnson. W-X THIS CAUSE IT APPEAR- -U ing from the allegations of complaiuant's bill, which is sworn to, that the defendant is a non resident of the State of Teunensce. It i3 there fore ordered by the Master that said defendant, Sol B. Johnson, appear before the Chancery Court at Morristown ou the Third Monday in July next, aud make defenoe to said Bill of Divorce, filed by said Phoebe L. Johnson against him in said Court, or the same will be taken for confessed and net for bearing cz-parte. It is further crdared that this notice be published for four successive weeks In Thi JIoubiktows Gazette. This May IGth, A true copy, .leste: JOHN MURI'HEV, C. & M. May 31, 18S -4 wks. MORRISTOWN Female flisli School REV. J. Q. McFEHRIN, A. M., Pmkci.'AL. MIHS R. EVA LEMINO, Assistant MISS CORNELIA OARHIGER.f AS818tanI' -MISH EDITH MATTHEWS, Teacher of Music, The Second Term will open Monday, January 7, 18S4, auj continue 13 weeks, TUITIOS RATES : Pkimauy Bkpabtmf.m Spelling, Reading. Writ, ing. Primary Arithmetic and Primary Urogra phy, $1 25 per mouth. ' - iKTfcRMEUIATK DKVAV i MKST-ArithluetjC, Oeo- raphy, G-4nuuar, HUtory and Pouuiauihii, 11 7a per mouth. , Acaokmio Dkp.ibtmknt Algebra,- Geometry, Phlloophy,Chejuiatry and all th higlier Urancli. es, including iJitiu and Greek, $J 5U art month. Cos riE.NT i'nu, 4J eeuts, 1 - We are thankful for the lihi-ral pat:-ouaire &4 ihe iiieoeM of the school during the pat term, and we hopa that the pnblio will dJ their part iu making thia t4 months a complete success. For further particulars address tba Principal, Murriatowu, Turn, jau 9 ii ita SASH , LOOP MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS AND BLINDS, Also Matched Flooring, Ceiling, Weather-boarding, Brackets Ncwells, Etc., Wood Turning of Every Inscription. All Orders Filled and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Joly6 tf. D. A. Carpenter. President. EF'sJ W. W. Woodruff, Vice President. KNOXVILLE it3 W. II. SlMMONDS. Soc . ii Treat n n a m ( 'M Ollice in Company's Builillnsr, 14S Gay Street. AMY o Youi Home Comxanyi PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES. DIRECTORS. O. M. McGHEE, W P. VfASHHURN,... S.'B.LOTTREIJ. C. M. MoCLUNO , M.L. ROS8, k D. A. CARPENTER. ... B. O. JACKSON, JOSEPH JAQUE3 .F, W. TAYLOR, 8., J08. T. McTEER ,.W. W. WOODRUir, STOCKHOLDERS: O. M.McGUe, D, A Oarpeuter Joseph H. E&rneat, M. L. Ross, W. A. Anderson, (. W. l'almer, W. P. Cuauilxrlalu Cha. U. llrown. . Jiiiit-a L. ililuen, U. E. Earueat, John E. Cuvjtuiu, . R. C PowelU , ' ' H. Baltinarsh, ' J. W UlUard. aTAS. j ot 7, '83. F.n.MoClung E. J. Sanford, A. Caldwell, . A. J. M juuteaetle, J, V. i'ulkeraou, K. O. Jackaon, M.J. Condou, J. Y. Johnston, -O. E. Luckey, ,t i. V. Wt ikburu, TUoB. O'Cuuuer, ; N.Boart, R. M. Ku, J. U. Uoisie, Joseph Jaquei, W. W. Woodruff A. J. Albera, F.W. Taylor, 8r, . T. Logan, ti . H. LuttreU, l. T. Eoyuton, , Hugh Martin, ' . T. H. Webb, . K. T. WlUou, : Jot ..T. MoTtxtr, Juo. O. Earuent, Thoa. I WiUiaaik, 1). l Roai. CAHHIGER, Agent, MORRISTOWN, TENN