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THE M O K it i S T O W & A 2 E T f , j U N E 18, 1 8 8 4.
The Morristown Gazette. W E D N ES D A Y7 J cx e1 8 , 1884. TIME-TABLE. . . 0 TUX RCGERSYILLE 4 JITFE1S0H R R. tMTM KCKTlS . .'. T Arrive t BofTi!l Jiea 8:15 a. an. Lutfa lurTii: Jnactloa 1 p. as. IrrtTM l KerTt3 :1S p. aa James Coon, Asext. AnnouncementH. We ara aathrixJ aad reqoaatad ta ounce Jamti K. Thompson a candidal far r-lctio tm tha ode af Trustee and Tax Collector of IlamUtn cuatT, at the eouiae August aUction. We arc autWIrevl and requeste.1 te aoeuare IV. II. Maiie aa a rantfwiate fer re-eleetioo ta tha afilca of Sheriff f Hemhlrai miialr. at the DluiOC AU Suit alectlan. We are autbrizod and requested ta anoutce .John M. Meek. Of Jeffer inn rnuntr a candidate for tbe State Senate, freaa tbe Tblrd Seaatorial Di trict. ccnspoaed ef tbe cauaties of Jef- farson. 8ier, Hsmbiea ana cocae. April 23 Local Note and Othtr Netcs. Note new advertisement of Milligan College. Canned Meets in variety cheap at Mc- Crary's. sear depot. Great bargaiasln Ilamburgs at Good- sen Flair's. The best Is the cheapest. Have your bovls an. I shoes aaade at Lyle'a. Dr. J. P. Conwaj, a well known aod flKnJ ritizen of this Vicinity, died cf Jrp-y last Sunday mornleg. Go to McCrary's. nesr derx t, for bar gains in Straw Go ds. Ila's, Cap, etc Rev. Geo. W. Mm pa a requests a to say that the subject of bis sermons in the Methodist Church, next Sunday morning and night, will be: -'Tke IJur ." Strangers cordially Invited. P. J. Pittman puts up on abort notice a ny kin 1 of a Ileot, Shoe or Gaiter, at low rates. Call on him. Main street, Merrutewn. Our el'kie&t and courteous Eipre m Aa-ent. C. L. N. Read, is all smiles. His second Usue reale its appearance last Thursday. It's aa 11-pound boy, and Charlie Is bappy. Nice Jllies put up in backets, Arple Butter, etc.. at McCrary's, near depot. II. I.e p, K., has been elected Su perintendent of the Sunday School of tbe 31. E. Church, Seulh, vice S. B. Ne rfii;ne!. If yoa waat a stylish summer Hat go to McCnry's. ceaf' depot. Mr. Jansee Craif . a wl!-kaown and esteemed citizen ef this county, died on tbo 10th iofttaut. at the advanced ag of nearly tsi years. Spend your money with W. S. Mc Crary, nar depot. Excellent goods and lowest prices. "He put his household In order and went aoJ Lanced himself." was the rather st irtling text from which Rt Geo. Sin psoo preached an able sermon at tbe Methodist Church Sunday. Choice Cigarn and Tobaccoe at W.8. McCrary's, neardapt. Wo niticed a new sprier wagon of handaoiQi make and finish on the street Monday, which was put np at tho fac tory of II. L. Witt & Co. in this place fer the Greaneville Woolen Mills. Thoso who waat lb bent Groceries at the levett prices should not fail to call on W. S. McCrary's, near tbe depot. Mr. W. II. Mayes, a atudent from Tazewell, Tean., of tho National Law University. Washington. I. C. will ac cept our tbanka for an invitation to at tani the commencement exercises of that Institution. Mr. Robt. C. Crouch, of Russfllville, rerantlv shicoed 5 Jerser red liigs. 10 weaks old, iho average weight of which was M p nods. Tho largest welged 73. Can this be beat anywhere in this auc tion The pigs were shipped from this placo to McMiaa county. A splendid liao of Ladies' (Scotch Tie Shoes, at lowest prices, caa b found at McCraryV, uear depot. A. J. Tyler, of Hancock couoty, re ceived the nomination of the Republi can convention at Mooresburg, last Sat- urdav. for tbe fiaterial dlatrict of Han- w cck, Hawkina and Hamblen. A grn lleman v. ho was rrvtcnt gives us the gratify in? abearance that John Hollo way and Doctor Goddard were the only sober dtlogaWs preent. Dry Goods of tbe moat staple quality aad attractive appearance are kept by W. S. McCrary's, near tbe depot, at tho lowest rrlces. Deo't fo.get to call on Wm. Lyle wbea yu want a atyliah p tlr of boots or fhecs ma le to order. He employs f neat orkmra and usee tet material. Rev. J. G. Scbaidt, assisted by Revs. G. H. Vex and J. R. Fox, will begin a meetiag at the Lutheran Church . lu tba place thia (Tuesday) morning and continue tbe services untilSundsy. Catechising twice a day and preaching at nig ht will le tbe order of exercier "Tbo n ost toothsome Mackerel that were ever put In tl mouth," is what they toy when they biy of W. S. Mc Crary, near tho depot. In a diffleulty at tbe Southern Car Works, Knoxville, last Thursday, Jaa. Kinser, white, struck Andy Reddy, colored, ilh a crowbar, fracturing tho skull and cau.ing the death of Reddy In a short time. Kiorer waa employed at the car factory, where Reddy for merly werked. In Uuasell co mtj, away frwrn prompt mails and telegraph f.ciliiiea, a yo ug negro on June 5th, shot and killed a lit tle white bey out of pure vlcioua caprice. The oegr waa arrested and placed in Jail, but t a Frldsy maaked men tovk him from jail and haagtd bin beside the puk'.ic rod. -. If yeu are going to rlrt a party or to viait, your sweetheart, b certala first to call on W. S. McCrary, near tbe de pot, and get see a of his ln French Caelies. RememUr Thk Gazkttb job fcfflct is supplied with 'new type, ft presses, etc., and can fill erdera for all kiada of printing with dispatch and at city prices. Mere new clatkiof U taka tbe place of tbsce said, at J. A. Rice'a, tbeleadiaf Clotbier. II reports tbe trade still on a boem. Be sure to give bins a call. be fere purcbasiag elsewhere. Tbe people of Merristown will flad W. S. McCrary, near depot, tbe nan to buy Gracaries, Provisions, Canned Goods, Syrops, Confections, ate,, from, lie aella tbe best articles for the least ueaey. uire mm a can. In JTarper'i Weekly, for June 14 Naat starts off with a little cartoon represent ing tbe Republican olephaat as broken down and prostrate under tbe Blaiea br a horse.ho. m.g.et on the back of the beast. The inscription beneath tbe picture is, "Too Havy to Carry." Thomas Zimmerman, a aon of Capt. Zimmerman, a wealthy farmer of Jeffer son county, ana formerly a prominent . ..v . i . . . : i .. .vt j kmj tfce B,cht of the 'lllht i,y ,m. one secreted on the roadside. It was subsequently aseertaiaod that the mur derer Lad been till recently a tenant en Capt. Zimmerman's place. The lat ter alleged criminal intimacy with his wife as the canse of Zimmerman's murder. Johu Garrett, colored, and another man got into a dispute last Friday after noon about a quarter of a dollar claimed to be owinc tbe other party. Officer Bartley summoned Mr. William Mc- Firlaud to ass'st la arresting Garrett. Garrett resisted arrstt, and ran, but was downed by Mr. MeFarland'a thootieg at him, tho ball lodging in Garrett's arm near the wrl't. Gsrrstthad a rock in bi;hand, it is said, and was in a threatening attitude when McFarland shot. The Injury i very slight. Two freight trains collided on tha East Tennessee, Virginia aad Georgia railroad, at Athens, about 2 o'clock tbe morning of the 10;h. A south-bound freight stopped on the main line to allow a northbound train to take the side track. The engineer of tbe latter train was aa- lerp and failed to check hia train before arriving at tbe station, ran into the oth er freight while running at a rapid ra'e of apecd. Both enginca and six cars were demolished. The engineer and to brakemn eitae near being kilieu. Turslay afternoon of last week, four ui n, J as. ixatK, w uvi iviojbu, a Li.ng and J. McCarthy, aad Ed Wallace, aged 12 years, were harvattiag wh- at oc Crper Ridge, in the 19i.h district of Knox County, and took refuge from a thunder shower la a vacant tobacco house. They had scarcely entered the building before it was struck by light n;. Young Wallace was killed In stantly, and his four companions seri ously injured. Young Wallace and Mc Carthy are from Indiana, and had only been in the county four or five weeks. The Skyex Smixos I bos -Alum Mass. When you want to get the solid facts, always go to the fountain bead. Here is what Dr. W.F.Barr.of Abing don, Va . says mark tbe language: "In the treatment of Dyspepsia, Chlorosis, "Aca-mia, Nervousness, Nervous and t'Siek Headache, Dysmenorrhea, Men orrhagia, Amenorrhea, Leueorrhtra, "diseases of tho Kidaeys and Bladder "and such like functional disturbances, "I know of no remedy superior to the "Iron-Alam Mats." Such endorse ments from borne physicians, who pre- I scribe tbe alaaa aimei aany, la ice a... r.nTA Aa attrocious attempt was made at Chattanooga, en the night of the 8th to murder John Williams arid his wife while they were peacefully asleep in their home. They were startled about 2 a. m. by a loud report, and awoke to find the room full of smoke and tbe mattress perforated with slugs. Wil liams raa to the door and saw a raan rspidly disappearing: in the darkness, ne pursued him, aod saw him drop his gun and then lost sight of him. The gun proved to be the property ef a man named Dick Miller, and be was arrested as an accomplice. Williams cannot explain why the attempt en hia life w as made. Mrs. Frank Leslie and her huabaad' the Marquis dej Leaville, are enjoying lire in New York. Wishing to attend the Sheepshead Bay races tbey and a party of their gaests found, on arriving at tho Battery, that the boat had Ull. Mat tt tba party ware for returning home. "Oh, t. on seme ; we mutt aee tbe races at any cct," said Mrs. Leslie. TLe steamtug Hayes was lying at the atone ba-in. Mrs. Leslie went to the captain. "I want to hire your tug," sbe said. "Got tip steam at once a d 111 pay you well." " It's a bargan," s.I I tho captain. Mrs. Leslie and her friends sw the races and tho captain of the IIye declared that it waa one of the bet-psying days he ever had since he had been buatiog. Tha statement of the East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad waa sub milted in New York on the Itth. Tho grow earnings, July 1st, 183, to June 1st, 1SS4. $4.15S.04V net earnings. $1,- 730,413, May and June estimated. Fix ed charges $1,473,131. All the fixed charges of the company falling due in ltvS4 have beea provided for aad will be paid at muturity. The entire floating debt of the company tas been taken up by the directors and their friends, who have accepted a ten years 8 per cent, debenture in payment, at par without deduction ef cemmifsioa. There haa been no increase of the floating debt during the past ear and none is antic ipated. Tbe Central Trust Co. will pay the July eoepons. HEARTS AND HANDS. Last Tbursdsy evening a pleasant lit tle ceremony was performed by Rev. J, G. McFerrla at his residence on Main reet. It united for life the destinies ef two popular and eli suable younr people. Tko parties were Mr. John Lynch, a prosperous youog gentleman ef Ruaaellville. and Miaa Miaaie E. Rayl, for aomo time past a valued sales lady iu the bouse of Brown & Stubble field. The marriage was quiet and took everybody by surprise, as it was not ktien that any such movement was la tin led. But though Morristown is tho loacr Ruaaellville gains, and many frb ads here unite In heartiest of con gratulations and wishes for a future ef proiperltr. . ' Men's Bre-g aos at Goodson k Blair's fer fl.OO Fer all kinds of Boots and Shoes put op In a skilled and substantial manner, call on P. J. Pittraan, Main street, Mor- ilstowi, Tean. II a will auit yau U a T. It is astoaisblaf how cheaply you can a suited at RUVs. All wool suits at $5, 16. 50 and $7.60. The Winston Shirts la Coins: like hot cakes at 63 cts. They cajinot be equaled for priea and quality in the cify. A POPULAR RESORT. Lea's Springs will he one of the most popular watering p!aces this summer. They are altuated only eleven miles distant from McMillan's a atation on the East Tennessee, Virginia and Gear. I gia road, and thia distance is now cot red by a well shaded road on which a daily back line runs. No springs ?olh C' lh Pt?,m tC ri?er L" ' in general excellence as a summer re sort. White sulphur, black sulphur and chalybeate waters abound. All ac commodations are first-class. TELLS WHERE IT 18. The pienal gland is a very small por tion of the body, not quite so Urge aa a pea. the office and nature of which is net very definitely understood. Fer- tanately. however, wo are not left so much in the dsrk as to its location. Physicians tell us that It lies immedi ately posterior to the thalaml nervorum epticerum, and superior to the tuber cular quadrigemina, inferior to the posterior part of the fornix. It is close ly connected to the inferior part of the thalaml, by two medullary pedauelis. Iofetiorally, it is in juxtaposition with the posterior commissure of the cere- brunt toward the posterior part ef tbe third ventricle. Thanks to the profes sion for so much valuable information. Dbatii WuilkSekklno Rkst. Friday evening, 6th iaxtant, just as the storm burst upon Bean's Station, the spirit of Dr. J. G. McAulcy peacefully took ita flight from earth. Dr. MeAuley was an eld, established dentist ef Mobile, Ala., 64 years of age. Wearied with many years practice he became pros trated and sought the accommodations ef the Bean's Station hotel for rest and recuperation. But he had waited toe long, and, after three weeks, exhaustion overcame him and he expired. His relativea ware telegraphed and his sis ter aud daughter reached him in time te pay soma attention to him, but his three sons were too late. Ooe arrived a few hours after .hia death, aod the others, two lads of 8 and 13, had the sad experieace ef receiving the first in telligence of their father's death from a sight ef the advaocicg hack containing his rceiains, as they ware on tbe road to the hotel. The body was taken to Selma, Ala., for interment. Dr. Me Auley was a lefiecd, intelligent and affable gentleman as all who met him before he be. a ma entirely prostrated can testify. INSPIRATION. BT J. D. HAGAMAK. Appropriated to tha childran of Dr. J. O. McAu- Uy, of Mobile, Ala. O, beautiful presence; thou who hast guided us ia tbe path of wisdom and knowledge, and who art continually filling our minds with grand and noble thoughts, we feel that thou artaaying te us, "dear children," we are with ytu.daiag all that we can, to lighten your burdens, seeing the many trials which you are compelled to paas thro'; nieaTOrlog te throw a halo ef light around about you; strewing your path way with divine light aad lev.'; fllliag your souls with emotions of pleasure; leadiag yea upward and onward, un folding daily to your gaze new beauties which tbe eyea cannot see nor the pen desciibe; until the spiritual element has beea awakened and is being fanned by the breath ef God'a divine leva." O Spiilt Great, Fathar of aU In whom we lira and mart, la all thf daahaga with na hare, Wa dailj proT thy lore. We thank Thae for tha haavanly light That aluoath o'er tha grave; That makee tha ratio? calm aud bright, lifts op tha cold Straus's wave. Tba stream that Iwim ths hearsal ahoraa, Oaca aaamrd so dark aod drsar. Bat now heaTsn'a liebt ahioee o'er it bright. To cross wa need not fsar. Jsw we caa smile amid our taara. Whan e'er oar dear ooas go; Pasih bsars tham o'ar to that peaceful abora, Whsre lifs'a bright rivara flow. O wsep aot for tha preeiooa fathsr, Cipaadicg la tha light Of that bright world, in which ha dwslla. Among tha spirits bright. And wbso you"TS passed tha fleeting years. Assigned to yoa on earth. The precious trass are, yoall regain, ltrlghter for spirit birth. In heaten'a bowers, among tbe flowers, lie breatht a balmy air, nia noble, guiltless heart, Anguish no mora win bear. Vou'U meet again. In mansions bright W here Joy each bsart doth AU; Whsre heavenly bhse aud peace serene, rjotb new-bora spirits thrill." Iear lambs, by angel nurses fed. In Ood'a sweet gar Jen roam; Good shepherd kludly leadath thsin, frorideth friends and home, Aad aoon yoall reach tha samnter laud. Where life 'a fair trees do grow. Where earthly buds in heavenly toll, Will purer, sweeter grow The June number of tbe Southern Bivouac, a monthly magazine published at Louisville, Ey., is on our table. It Is full and running over with reminis cences of the war. To those who still take an interest in a period which gave te the south its noblest sons, it will un questionably proves a pleasant visitor. It is tbe only Illustrated msgaxiae of the klad published, and Is net oaly a repos itory of the groat events but ef the lit tle ones that "history" usually skips, but which are the greater In that they re Teal the moving; cause ot the main issue. Tbe leading article is a sketch of Col. Flias Boudioet, a representative Cher okee during tbe war, and sheds much light upeo a part of the struggle con cerning which little haa boon hitherto published. The rest of tbo magazine abounds in shot t articles illustrative ef the gray as well as the grave futures of Confederate life.' Price, $1 60 a year. Single copio 15 cente. It Is In Great Favor. Rhytlciaas employ Spoor's Pert Grape Wine la tbair practice ia all cases where a pure wine is called for, and do all ia tbair power to foster and encourage its production V. Is ia great favor among wealthy in New York and Washington Cities as a family wine fer evening en terUlnwenU. for salt by drvjijUti, 100 lbs. Granulated Sugar for $3.50 at Goodson & Blair's. 14 lbs. xc. Sugar for $1.0 at G. & B'e. For bargains in eyerytbing don't fail to aee, Goodson & Blair they are on a big boem No marazine has been mora success ful In caterinr to the wants of the bousebold than Demereet'e JUutrated Monthly. The July number embraces a irlM t rdlnr well calculated to entertain and instruct. Soma of the arti cles more interesting being "Thorough Normandy on Wheels;" 'Glimpses of German Society, seen through American Eyes:' "How Wo LIto in New York, by Jennie Juno : and "The True Story of Amy Jtobsart," The stories are ex cellent, especially "Mary Webster the Witch," and "The Worlds Progress," "Home Art and Home Comfort," and the variena departments make up a rery readable number. The steel engraving, VTh. Storm," i. rery flu,, and the il lustrations generally good. EDUCATIONAL NOTICES. Omen or Cocvtt SvrxManmnnMMT, ICoaaiaTowa-. Eisun oo Taa Jon 10th, 1884. Applicants for appointment te tho University ef Teanessee will be exam ined in Morrlstown, June SO. F. B. Dayis, County Sup't. . Ornoior Coctt 8uraaiTaaT, Uohiutov, Makbik co Tkmk., Juue 10th, 18SA. AH the teachers of Hamblen county are requested to attend the Normal In stitute in Morristown, commencing Mandar. Juno 30. Teachers will be 0 9 - examined during the Institute. F. B. Davis, County Sup't. Omen OB COUKTT SCFaaCKTBMDaWT, Hobbistowm, HnaLaa co , Ta. Juna 1Mb, 1884. The Directors of Hamblen county are requested to meet at the Public School Building in Morristown, Moaday. July 7th. fer consultation in retard te schools, text-books, etc. F. B. Davm, Isaac A. Stanley. Payiatr Teller ef the National Bank of Commerce, Cleve land. Ohio, waa arrested en the 12th for embezzling $100,000 from the bank. The shortage was discovered Tuesday afternoon, when the Cashier, Garret- son, countsd the reserve fund, kept in a fpecial apartment ef the vault, the combination ef which was known to only Garretson and Stanley. When ask ed to explain the shortage, Stanley con fessed that a year are he was troubled about a debt of $800 on his bouse, and thought he could take that sum from the reserve fund, without harm to any one, invest it in grain, realize profit, pay off the mortgages en his place, and return the money. The investment was unfortunate, and to cover his loss be took more, and so on until he bad taken $100,000. Tbe Directors ordered his arrest. PAPER MILL LOCALS. As machinery seems to be fast sup planting tbe old method of hand manu facture, permit me, through the col umns ef your paper, to Inform the pub lie what native genius and energy can accomplish, even in the wild woods of East Tennessee. S. J. Sullenbarger has made and has now in successful opera tion a Planer and Matcher, capable of turning out 4,000 feet ef plank per day nicely planed, tongued aad grooved. He also has a turning lathe attached, by means ef which be can shape any thing from a neat balustrade to a broom handle an order for the latter article having just beea filled. In the vieiaity of Burnett's Mill the aeise and clatter of machinery reminds one of some thriving village where pluck and energy has driven out luck and leisure. "Bargrr" is possessed ef a remarka bly inventive genius, and a few such men here and there is what is necessary to give life and energy to tho commu nities that are fortunate enough to pos sess such spirits. The eld-time baad-shakiog season is upon us. Men wbe haven't shook with this scribbler since last election, are beginning to condescend to the extent that they will even shake en the street. Wondrous condescension t Exalted phi lanthropy! I suspect that mast of 'em have an ax te grind, and would love to have me turn the crank just a little bit. Well, I have been fool enough to turn for such pay, and I suppose I'll do it ever again. Hurrah fer the Chicago Convention 1 I suppose if the "Dimmycrats" had been called upon to name a Republican candidate for President, they would have nominated tbe Plumed Knight by acclamation. He is conceded te be the weakest piece of Presidential timber ia the whole pile. Success to Thk Gazette, may it live long and continue to defend tbe rights of tbe people ia a manly and fearless spirit. c. K. w: For bale 1 A good second hand Meadow King Mower and Rake, In good repair. Apply to J. A. Bice. DIED. In Morristown, at the residence of her neice, Mrs. L. M. King, en the 0th June, Mrs. Ailskt CuBB, relict of Ar thur Cobb, aged eighty-seven years, even months and fourteen days. She bsd been a widow 62 yesrs. Her only daughter and child except one who died ia infancy waa tbe first wife ef Col. Jno. Ta'lbott, of Jefferson coun ty. She died thirty years aro, leaving no child. Thus are we called upon to record the death of another one of the eld people of another, and a former generation. One whose memory reach ed away back to the days when the In dian lurked in tbe caoebrake, and the wolf and the panther roamed ever the hills and monnialns of upper East Ten nessee, where she was born and raised. She was the daughter of Henry Mastla gill, who was one of the very first set tlers on the waters of the beautiful Watauga now Sullivan county then a part c f North Carolina. bhe was a woman of uncommon force of cbaraclei ; a true type ef tbe genera tion to which she belonged.- Ia poiat of physical strength and endurance, in pe at of native vigor of intellect, in point of Indomitable courage and will power, there are none such made at the present time. A great many years ago ahe professed religion and joined the Methodist Church, and remained in connection with that church till her death. She was stricken down a year age wi.h paralysis, which slowly but surely did Its work. . Peace to her memory.' x, UMton K&ihvl itt please copy. . Mr. S. H. Turner, and the intelligent and courteous gentlemen who compose his corps of assistants in the manufac ture and sale of the Horse Shoe Bed Spring, removed their headquarters, last Saturday, from this place te Christians burg, Va. We repeat what we have be fore said, that these gentlemen are wor thy tbe confidence of any community, and while we regret their removal, we commend them to tbe confidence of our Virginia neighbors. We cheerfully in sert from Mr. Tkrner thia CARD OF THANKS. Ta the Kditor of Tha Uorristawn Gacette : I desire, through the medium of your valuable paper, to return my thanks to the citizens of Morristown and vicinity for their generous patronage during the few months I and those associated with me have been working in their midst. manufacturing and selling the Horse shoe Bedsprings.- We have uniformly been accorded that kind and courteous treatment for which your people are distinguished. We leave here with the belt of feelings for all, feeling that we have been voaehsafed not a tew friends, and these we part from with deep re gret. For the many kindnesses shown we feel deeply grateful aad ahall always treasure them and their givers in mem ory. 8. II . TURNER. 4 Nickel bars of soap at Goodson & Blair's for 15 caats. 3 lbs. coffee at Goodson & Blair's for $1. Men's brogan shoes at Goodson and Blair's for $1. Bay State sheas all the go. You can only buy them of Goodson & Blair. Millinery goods sold cheap at Good- son ds Blali's during the next ten days. Don't fail to examine them. White goods reduced at Goodson & Blair's. All summer goods are going te be sold at some price at Goodson & Blair'a. Tbey are slaughtering price now. General Clearing Out Sale of Dry uoods, JlllUncry, iioots and Shoes. Our new store is noarlr completed. bat before moving in we propose to re duce our large stock now on hand at a great sacrifice. Many ef our goods are marked down at 50 per cent., and wa have argaina te offer ia every depart ment, ivery one will be well repaid by giving their attention to this closing sale ef Dress Goods, Laces, Embroid eries, Linens, Towels and Napkins Ladies' Hats, embracing all the novel ties ot the season Gents'. Boys and Children's Straw Hats, Boots and Shoes. We would return thanks for the liberal patronage extended to us, and will noon welcome all to our mors commodious quarters, where it will be our aim to display the largest and most attractive stock of red anywhere ia tho Sauth. AlCNCLTT, JJOKCHK8, L.ILI.AKD Co., Kuoxville, rena. The bttot and shoe factory of Wm Lyle is turning out a large amount of work now. Tbe fine work and neat fits of this popular establishment is the secret of its success. Orders are ro ceivod from distant places almost daily. This alone is very excellent evidence of the satisfactory manner in which all orders are filled. We advise our readers to give Mr. Lyle a call when they want custom-made work in his line. ! BUCKLEN S ARNICA SALVE The Best Salve In the world for cuts, Bruises Bores, Ulcers, Bait Rheum, Fevera Sore, Tetter, Chapped haeds. Chilblains, Corns, and all skin Eruptions, and pefttively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. maylt ly Points along the Allegheny Valley ware visited en the 11th, by one of the heaviest rain-storms known in many years, causing tbe most destructive flood since 1865. At Brooklyn, Pa., a waterspout burst, and in less than two hours the creek rose ten feet, trans forming it into a seething, foaming tor rent. Tbe rspid rise gave mill man no chance whatever te save their stock. The dama at North Fork, Bryant & Waynetight's and Litch Mills gave way, carrying with them lumber valued at $70,000. Two bridges were washed away, many small buildings demolish ed, and a number of families driven from their homes and compelled to seek shelter elsewhere for the night. In Pittsburg the rise in the Allegheny was very rapid, a a a a namber of coal barges were swept from their moorings, but caught by towboata uninjured. Tbe flood at Brookville brought down about 50,000 pieces of lumber. A New Mar- tlaville, WJOa., special says a terrific thunder-storm paased over that city do ing considerable damaee. A boy nam ed Mclatyre and a companion, who took refuge under a tree, were rendered senseless with lightn'ng, which struck the tree. A Pleasant Retreat. Of the many delightful summer re treats in our section, there are none per haps more pleasant, more healthful, and more desirable to those, seeking recreation than the Bean'a Station Ho tel and Black Water Springs in Grain ger county. This popular resort has been conducted for the past two sea sens by Mr. W. B. Francisco, formerly of the Delano Houe, Cleveland, Teun., under whoso splendid management it has conatantlv grown in public favor. The celebrated Black Water to be found here is widely known and highly ap preciated. It is a remarkable spring, combining the curative properties of a best of mineral waters. The fare at Bean's Station Hot! has a reputation second te none in East Tennessee. If you wish to spend a few days or weeks of quiet rest, with pleasant and health ful surroundings, yoa will find this mountsin retreat unsurpassed in that which gives contentment to tbe wearied mind and tired body. junl8-4t AX EDITOirS TRIBUTE. Theron P. Kaater, Editor of. Ftv "Gsrette," writes: "For the past five years have alwaya used Dr. Kin'gs New Discovery, for coughs el most severe character, as well as for those ef a milder type. It never fails to effect a speedy cure. My friends te whom I recommended it speak of it in same high terms. Having been cured by it of every cough I have bad for five years I consider it the only reliable and sure euro for coughs colds etc." Call at W. P. Carrlgrs Drug store, aud get a frtt trial bot;Ie Large size $1.00. VEItY II 15 31 ARK All LE ItECO - VEItY. Mr, Geo. V, Willing, of Maacbester. Mich., writes: "My wife has been al most helpless for five years, so helpless that she could not turn over la tbe bed alone. She used two bottles of Electric Bitters, and is so much Improved, that she Is able new to do her own work." Electric Bitters will do all that is claimed for them. Hundreds of testi monials attest, their great Curative powers Only fifty cents a bottle at W, JCrri5i', PERSONAL. Mis Mattic Briscoe, of Knoxville, spent Sunday in the city, en route te Tate's Springs. Messrs. Harris Whiteside and Mike King, who have been absent attending school, returned home last week to spend vacation. The friends of Miss Lizzie Lothrop very cordially welcome ber return from Athens. Capt. T. S. Newcemb has been con fined to his room with sickness for sev eral days past. Maj. Henry Heis. managing editor ef the Nashville American, accompanied by his wife, passed through this place last Friday for a few months rest in the valley of the French Broad and moun tains of North Carolina. Mrs. J. M. Bewley has been seriously ill for a week or more, but is now im proving, we are pleased to learn. Mr. Robt. Staples, of McNulty, Bor ches, Lillard & Co , Knoxville, return ed from a trip across the mountains north of us Saturday. He sold several bills to merchants along the line. The following gentlemen, in search of homes, have been entertained during the past ten days by W. H. Coffmaa & Co., of the Morristown Real Estate Ex change: R. C.Allen, Indiana; R. A. Thompson, L. S. Thompson. Wm. Richardson, James R. Sue!, A. C. Mc Neil.Pr. McNeil, Virgiaia; E. Kasca, George Kasch, Iowa. Miss Mary Whiteside is attending the commencement exercises of Martha Washington College in Virginia. Our good friend and valued fellow citizen, JUr. H. a. rioe, has bought an interest in tho business ot J. F. Good- son & Co.! at Turley'a Mills, and will remove with his family to that ulace. Air. JNoe has made Morristown bis home for many years and is well-known here for hia high integrity and Christian virtues, aod we regret exceedingly to note tbe removal of him and his family from our town. We commend them to the respect and esteem of the good people among whom tbey go. Maj. A. H. Gregg returned Friday last from the Carolina States, where he had a successful trip in the interest ef his well-known agricultural machinery. Prof. T. IP. Summers. Of tbe Ashe ville Female College, was ia town last week mixing with former friends and acquaintances, the scholastic term of the above institution" having closed He will spend the vacation season here and in Washington county. Mr. C. D. Merritt and wife have re turned from a visit of several weaks to tbe country. We are pleased to add his health was much improved by his trip. Smart Weed and Belladonna combin ed with the other ingredients use1 in the best porous plasters make Carter's S. W. & B. Bachache Plasters the best in tbe market. Price 25 cents. Plain Questions. Mythical ideas are fanning the pub lic brow with the breath of prejudice, ignorance or humbiiggery. Have vou the remotest idea that your scrofula was created by tbe use of potash and mer cury? No matter what the cause, B. B. B. is the peer of all other remedies. Do you presume that your troublesome catarrh is the result of mineral poison ing? B. B. B. ia the quickest remedy. Are your chronic ulcers and boils and ores the result of potash and mercury? Medical gentlemen will not tell you so, but B. B. B. is the only sovereign rem edy. Were your terrible kidney troubles created by mineral poisoning? Not a bit of it, but B. B. B. has proven to be a reliable remedy. Are your skin diseases your eczema, dry tetter, etc., the effect of too much potash and mer cury? The medical profession are-the best judges, and they say nay, but B. B. B. makes more pronounced cures than all other preparations combined. 1 THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh'd Cure. We guarancee it, 2 Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Titalizer is guaranteed to cure yeu. 3 Sleepless Nights, made miserable by that terrible cough. BhiUh'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 B.tok, Side or Chest use Shiloh's Porus Plaster. Price 25c 6 Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It cures consumption. 7 Shiloh's Vitalizer is what yeu need for constipation, Less of Appetite, Diz ziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. S . Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by W. P. Carrlger, druggist. jan 33 6m Give it a Lift, The bet summer has the effect to pros trate and deliberate nearly every one, and we have frequent complaints of headache, loss of appetite, dry, grinding feeling in the stomach, &c, all show ing that the liver is beiog overworked. Under such circumstances a dose of Hart's Blood aad Liver Pills will be found to work wonders. They are a mo? t excellent remedy, and are being very generally useJ. SOMETHING NEW. Macrame cord in all colors, for ladies' fancy work. McCall's Bazar Patterns, (send for catalogue). Needles sent by mail for any sowing machide. Nyes pure sperm oil at wholesale. Merchants send in your orders. Repairs, parts and finding. Machines repaired by a superior workman. The - Improved White, New Eldredge, Davis, Singer and Domestic Sewing Machines in stock and sold very lew, either wholesale or retail. S. P. ANGEL, jan 23 Knoxville, Tenn. NOTIC Delinquents Take Notice! ON THE FIR8T MONDAY IN JUI.T NEXT, at the Court Hoese door la Morristowe. I will offer for paallo asle all the real estste belonging- to delinquent tsx-payers description of which real eststs ean be seen upon way books In my office. JT. E. THOMPSON, Trustee. June 1st, lSBi. , , June 114 w. GEO. W. NOE, UNDERTAKER, ' MOEEISTOWN, TKIN., . KXZM CONSTANTLY ON HAND BOSX wood end Hnms-msds CoAna of all aisee. laiUiTUioOun. ' ' Also keeps a f uU line of Burial Robes, te. Jte. pttotfnliy aoUcite pablie patrouae a, aad proniisss atisf action . Qrdtri bj luaU or telegraph prompt 'THE MORRISTOWN ART GALLERY". NEWLY ARRANGED AND REFITTED. J.M. HONEY, Successor to J. Bush- oxo. Pkoprietok. All work done In City Style, at Competing Prices. . mj rooms are convenient, pleasant aad well ventilated, and so arranged us to give tha best advantages ef light and shade. I invite the citizens of Morris. town and vicinity to give me a call whenever tbey want pictures of any size or kind. I am a practical pho tographer of long experience, and have weraea in me leading cities of the country. I feel assured that I can give satisfaction te all. Respectfully, m21 tf J. u. HONEY. A Desirable Farm for Sale." . Contains 581 acres, part ia cultiva tion, situate 2 miles due south of Mor ristown, Tenn.; has a good dwelling, 2 suosianuai tooacco Darns, a good atable, convenient spring, plenty of peaches, apples, cherries and other small fruits. The property is well adapted for tobac co raising or poultry purposes, and will be sold at once upon reasonable terms. For further iofoimation, apply to or address THOMAS HOLLEY, 1un 11, 3 id Morristown, Tenn. New Advertise Any One Cement, Wagons, Kemp Manure Spreader, Engines, Threshing Machines, Mowers, Reapers, Binders, Hay Rakes, or any Machinery. GLASS LAMP WICKS, EGG BARRELS, Brick, Lime, LumW. DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, CALL OX OB ADDRESS W. V AW HUSS & BRO., Morristown, Tenn. MORRISTOWN, f UEAlIEII IPC Hardware, Cutlery, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Full Line of Carpenters'ToolsandBuilder's Material sols .A.Q-E:isra? iron OHAmNOOCA CMUED PtOWS & REPAIRS, Every Plew Fully Guaranteed. I""' ' " ;"f SPRING, 1884. LVI N B A R T O N, Ssei Ia bow receiTinf his Urge FOB THE SPRINO SEASON, Choice irpls, hk Mattings, te. Boltisg Uh, Kew things and all the Novelties is erery Department. MY DRESS SHAKING DEPARTHIEfJT la tha Store haa all tba new spring styles, Paris and New York designs NO STOCK in the City is HANDSOME or Cheaper than 1I1. AprUll, Lookout Bank 017"- MORRISTOWN STATE . DEPOSITOBY-; PAID UP CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. JAS. G. HOSE, Prttident, JOHN boahd op a. loss. JOHN MUSPHT, W. A. HOWELL. . STOCKII J. a Boss, John Morpbey, J . L. Howell, w. A. Skssn, J . O. ttlce. A a . mis, jin.lien county; r. u. jruueerson, cisiDorme coaaty; e. x Msgse, Monro County; Jehu Btokely, Cocke County; T . B. Head, W . B. Tata, Grain Oematf . .... " . . - a s i I;..--;...-- WSl Trantaet a General Banking Buninem. Receive dtpou'ta, buv and ttU ejuhanfi. dd and nicer, ana tnaxe couecnone vpon me jew Sash, Door and Blind HA.BTKT LOr. H. LOOP tk SOW, MANUFACTURERS OF SiSH DOORS Also Hatched Flooring, Ceiling, Weather-boarding, Brackets Newells, Etc., Wood Turning of ETery Discrlptloa. a&U Orders Filled and Percheron Norman Staliion This celebrated imported Stallion will be exhibited in Morristown on tbe first Monday in August. All admirers ef fine horse flesh' should see him. ' He will make the 'present season at ray farm, seven miles south ot Morristevm. Dr ff, BUHL. ma31 Sa p ' For the street or out-of-door wear tbe plain lapped band of ribbon for the tel- lar acd a severely simple clasp or small velvet knot or bow is the correct wear. None but First Class Goods. In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware) one should have the best or . none. Messrs. Shurley & Co., Chb ago. aro making a specialty of fine goods, and if you need anything iu. Watches. In dust and water proof Cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated war, Solid Gold ex Rolled Gold Jewelry send to Shurley & Co., they will send a single article at the dozen prices. They are vouched for and endorsed by the Uoited State Express Co., American Express Co., Southern Express , F. W. Palmer, Postmaster of Chicago, Gen'l A. C. Smith, Ex-State Treasurer, and msuy others. Goods sent ou approval, Ita"" privilege of examination, enabling you lo do your purchasing at home. Rev member, Shurley & Co., 77 State Street. Chicago, 111. Send for their new ana beautiful illustrated catalogue, septals ly. rn e n t . Wanting autS Also Agntfor the Famous it Warranted for 12 Months. TsblSllj. and elegant atock of Dress Goods, Fancy Goods) Hosiery, and suits new ordered will be ef tha T.sleet and tha beat workmsnahip. OLD HICKORY WAGON Ordsra by Mail promptly attended t. i ill VIHI BARTQIiJej Knoxville, I'exiixsaeiete). TEHTHTEsSi 'ef taw? MUKPHET, J- O. RICE, Auut. CatShr. xix:crroitH. I I. S)W1XA. 3. O. XIOB. OLllKllH. Howell, W. S. Howell. B. F. atesblelsid. J. X mostjavoraoie terms. MaySft.1StfJ Factory in morristown AND. BLINDS, Satisfaction Guaranteed.-