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HE MORKISTO WN GAZETTE, O CT OBE R -22. 18 8 4.
THE MORRISIOWN 7P I ly come?. The advocates of a com- J ct. Such advice would bo the height j graph; should arrest the eyo of those WEDNESDAY, Obtobek mission may raise as much dust as oi loiij, lorto aeieaiuic .ucmocraucf id auioonij, we oespeak for it a .i i .K.mnt ft i.nrF ticket does uot repeal or better the careful consideration. -. ,; they please in an attempt to cover v fn ft Wiahlng eUcCe89 to Thb Gazette npth facts, but they remain un- nCDUbIiCan commission which no and prosperity to its readers. Iam THE OCTOBER ELECTIONS. LMiiivirio,l T'Iia fttlmnt nnlr thai J . t ., 1 . 1 n!ltr .lcira UhMULKAllU llLiVlil I more clearly indicates the real ani- No intelligent .Democrat believes mns of tho parties eniratred in the "at me itepuDucan cauuiuaies jur bus.oess of creating offices with t .f e,ected woulJ bJ fld which to retire troublesome parti- ver8e to Republican usage, especial ans who claim pay "for services I ly when the office connects with the rendered." public cnD. so Jtepooncan omc seeker could po nearly approacn su icide. No, sir. While 1 am oppos ed to the law as it now statu!, and I should say in any shape, yet I am for the whole Democratic ticket as a party man. I am honestly and Ia bonously making the best canvass can. I shall continue to the end and if any Democrat wants to scratch me. all nsht. lie will be less of a Democrat than I urn. I hliall thank your paper, and all Democratic pa pers, to publish this letter. It is all 1 shall say on the subject. C. Marchb'akks. Sparta, Tenn., Oct. 13,' 18S4. TO PRESIDENT: GROYER CLEVELAND, Of New York. FOR VICE FUEFiDEXT ; THOS. A. HENDRICKS, Of lodUuj. TOR CONGRESS : o. c- eziisto, Of lUmblto. rarsiDtsTUL klkctoti: ROBERT I. TAYLOR, J. D. C. ATKINS. DISTRICT ELECTORS: Itt. ROBERT IJURROW. 24. S. O. II ElsKELL 3d. C. MARCH BANKS. 4th. II. S. ELK IN. 5lh. ERNEST PILLOW, tb. J. W. JUII. Tth. L T. I A D(i E r. 8th. R. 1. CO I.E. 10 b. J HARVEY MATHES. ELECT PETTIBONE TO CONGRESS AND VOL CONTINUE IN TOWER THE FOUL AND CORRUPT RING, HEADED BY WALT BROWNLOW Since the two presidential tickets have been fairly in the field, it has been steadily maintained on all hinds: and by both parties, that the county for lung. The Taylor lie ' ' I II I T . . 1 r.n!i in Ohio and West Virginia puwicans are ail leaving rcuioone, TAYLOR REPUBLICANS IN HAN COCK FOR KINO. Uaxcock COCJJTT, Tenn., Oct. 1 Ta tha Editor of The Morristown Oazetta : Everything is n a boom in this Tetti. wont get 500 . l y . IX till. rtUUb ZLMt VV Wlvo ill in uctober wouia go iar to seiue me We t;rcJ of pws result in November. It has been Count 400 Tarlor Uenublicans for j t THE BEELZEBUB OF MORAL AND I believed by .Republicans that if they I King in this county and you will POLITICL TERFIDY AND ROTTEN NESS, AND TOM REEVES, THE CHAMPION RENEGADE, TURN-COAT AND TRAITOR OF THE AGE WITH ALL THE VARIATIONS OF THE DIRTIEST NASTINESS SUPPLIED BV BILL MULLEN IX, AND DR. HAMMER AND BILL C I LLEN WATERS, LATE OF THE REBEL ARMY. Morris town Pilot (Republic', Ads:. 2S. maintained their ground in Ohio in ; October, tho contest would be there by transferred to New York and Indiana, whero they would have a fighting chance. They claimed that a pnenomcnai majority m wuio would indicate a tide of public scn hit it. rettibone will learn a lesson by throttling the will of the major ity of the party when ho gets beat en and gets sobor. espectf ally, Taylor Uepiblican. t .1 L--' chances to win would then bo the better of tho two. Democrats have mnntilrA thfK nrrTVItions. On Ohio champion of the Morrison bill the othcr LanJ th(j Dcmocrats haTC maintained that if there were no The defeat ef Mr. Hunl.the great VTJIA T OHIO MEANT. NewTork Titu.-i. The returns frem Ohio to-night tiracnt in their favor, and that their I may fr a time buoy up the sinking causo of lilaine and corruption witn faise hopes, or they may send it to the bottom with such suddenness that its last 'bnbblinr erroan" will in the last Conre, ought to satis fy the Carlialo-'Wattcrson marplots what would Lave become of the na tional Democratic nominees had they ingrafted their suieidul tariff ideas in th Chics:: platform. Gov. Bate ha appointed Hon. J. B. Cooke, of Chattanooga, to the Supreme Bench to fill the vacancy cauoed by the death ef Judge Rob ert ilcFarland. Jude Cooke ha sat as Judge McFarland's substitute during all the time of that juriftV Illness. The appointment wa gen erally expected, adjudge Cooke wa in the place, had shown high judicial rjualities, was a ripe lawyer and ha Woome a favorite with counsel an' Y a"o iit4' of the Wnch. bo lost amid tho many kinds of joy and noise with which Mr. Clever land's supporters would naturally welcome the news of so.utexpected and decisive a victory. All our ad vices aro to the aunt that the man aers of both parties are claiming majority varying from C,0u0 to 0(o, while on both biden ill-conceal cd fear defeats and neutralizes these and all othcr manufactured pynip toms of cheerfulness and confidence The probabilities aiw Ktil! largely in more than the usual Republican majority in Ohio, their chances be ing naturally better in Indiana and New York than the chances of the Republicans, Clttvetond's chances would be the letter. They have claimed that if the Democracy car ried Ohio in October, or largely re duced tha Tlomihlirnn mnioritv. the , 1. , I,. - ., . i. campai-n would bo virtually ended 'avoroi ePuoncan ir.um,... ut : 1." i.,,., r k "i OD,Y because unio always nas peen u cc.i.m iuu,. , ., d t fctronirlv Jio propositions have been conceded by I publican State, but for the reason thoughtful Republicans. And or j that tho protraciod aud UoLermined hese hypotheses tho battle has I efforts of the Republican party s . c , . . ,m x I most skillful workers must count lor veil luuirui iij vy ii iu. . .iu I ... : t. i , T . ..o.l onictbinrj in tho result unless, in m .imenca have more keenly Ie" J deed, the secret of effective political he gravity of the situation than persuasion dicdwith ZachChaudler. lamenO. Blaine and John A. Logan very truly etc., T. r. s. 0 UR NASH TILLE, LETTER. . Ml the power of their magnetisn: md all the force of their eloquent- ave leen brought to bear on th. October Ohio election. All thf "ampaign blool nioney, all the par OUR ASUEYH.U: LETTER. Th KiiotiI! Chroncle is an or 'in a i an nrjran. In its issue of the ICth. wlien Ohi was cillatin' Itweenl000and 12,000 Republican majority, it crowed lustily over lf, I ty machinery, liavo been brought to j ooor l,tniu majority, and in tho bear. The sharpest Republican face of the C,000 and mor Demo- party managers have been there cratic majority in West Virginia, it supplied with means and with ora aonoenced that tho Republican I tors, as no set of managers was ever i were hopeful of that State! But j npplied before. Heaven and earth what is the use of being an organ if yon can't be an organ as is an or gin, with a drake duck to do its forlorn quacking. The business men's meeting at the Academy of Music, New York city, on tha 15th, was a tremendous demonstration. Thousands upon thousand of people gathered in the vicinity of the building after it had been packed to overflowing inside. Speeches were made by fJov. Waller of Connecticut and Henry Ward Becher. Cleveland was introduced daring Beechcr's speech, and hi reception was a grand ovation. Ev ery person in the vast crowd rose to Lis feet and cheered and waved his kerchief or hat He was not allow ed t speak for fully five minute after he came to the front of the taje, and uproarous applause punc t as ted ever period of his speech. Daniel McSweeney, a prominent naturalized Irish cit:en of the Unit ed States, while in England in 1SS1 was arrested an 1 throvn inta Brit ish prison by the British govern ment. He demanded that he should be released, or that he should know the charges against him and be tried He appealed to James (J. Blaine, the then Secretary of State, and de manded that justice bo done him Blaine declined to tako any notice of the matter, and the British au thorities have since voluntarily re leased the prisoner. Or, as Mr. Mc Sweeney, (who has recently lande; at New York, and will take th tump for Cleveland and Headrick and exjKe Blaine falso pretension of friend-hip fir the Irih,) tercel put it : "I la-in a British jan . RUinc waj Soeretarj- of State. Mr. Blaine went out of jcwer, and I went out of prison." DJMdful VTeaOierIhe Oil .Xorth Hate True to her Ancient 1 radifiohtJlie people called ifetho fis'gi'r ftiyt and. etvecxa.ll. hi AtfttiV" c -h credit tan What tficy hate done far Minima, etc.. etc. AsniviLLE, N. C, Oct. 18. To the Editor of Tb Morntrtowa CszrtU. , It is now past mid-Autumn and away up hero in Buncombe, 2250 feet above tide-water, wc have as yet had no cold weather. We have not had even a premonition of win ter ; no,- not even so much as an equinoctial gale, and tho forest is as rreen as in August. Very little rain tantly receding maiority of barelv I has fallen hero for ten weeks. As ten thousand in Ohio is all that if I consequences, wo have much dust, visible. Republican hopes and ex- pasture, a rc.iy m tmur ... r .I 4nnno and a poor prospect lor an auunu- pectations were for at least 40,000. tUQUuer Less than 25,000 is a clean defeat. Notwithstanding, tho political The proof is before the eyes of tht- cauldron seethes and foams all the worl.l that tha rnrrunt is settins- I same. '1 ho old INortii btate has nev have been invoked in their labor All this, with what result? At tlm writing, (Saturday evening.) a con- - What ie tlionght of the Result in Ohio The State Committee, etc. NXSHViLfE, Ott. 181SST. ' To th Editor of th Morri torn OAzetttn"- The political field bora fs become ing the scene of decided activity. The Ohio election is over and De mocracy is not only unterrified but encouraged to great exertions, Your readers will doubtless like to know what is thought at the capN tal of the result In answer to that wish I can only say that I have yet to meet the Uemocrac who is dis couraged or tho Republican who is encouraged. ien thousand ma jonty alter the flood of speakers, legal tender, negroes and United States Deputy Marshals under Pow ell Clayton, sounds very weak all agree, in comparison with the thirty odd thousand majority uarneld re ceived in the Buckeye State only lour years ago. btato chairman Watson and national executive comt mitteeman Church Howe look de cidedly blue under the eyes as if they were not getting much sleep. I hear it that it ii more than possible now that LhurcJi will take up his bed and campaign boxes and walk to the help of Northern States, under the idea that buying needed votes like charity should begiD at home. However I also hear that he is not here with any expectation ol carryinsr Tennessee, but ' that that is merely a blind to his real work, which is the exportation of voters to .Louisiana and other close States. Church is a real clevr talk ing gentleman and he would be missed if he left here. He was so considerato of the feelings l his Democratic brethren as to pay a visit f condolence when it .was un derstood that Ohio had becnoarried by the Republicans by 20,000. lhe btate Democratic committeo is still sendiug out documents : by the thousand. Within "tho next three or four days that work will bo about completed, as tho election is but . two weeks off. Preparations are beinr made looking to . the bringing out of a full vote, and it is Is Pettiboiie thcSoIdiers Friend ? Frem Vie Jforrisleun Piloi'Rep ) Pettthone-claims Mo"be -the sol dier's friend. Read the following from a prominent Pension Attorney ot ashington, and then say wheth er be is the soldiers friend. The original letter together witheopi$s oi iur.nraiiA-iwu tellers 'o jrem bone aro in our posessioo, and can be seen by any one wishing" to""? them. .. .... . ,.t i.. . : : Washington, D. . . r . . June 25, 1S84. ; Capt.. Jacob M. Hexdrickson, 1 Morell's Mill; Tenni Dear Sir: Just received, a let ter, , dated 21st insj,, from your daughter, JUrs. JiloJlic, V.-Uerger, in which she 6tates that Mr. Pettibone, M. C, denies that I ever wrote to him asking his assistance jn secur ing early action on .your. Pension Claim. '. " , . . . . . If Mr, Pettibone states that',, ho knows very different from . that. Herewith I 6end you copies of ,my two letters to him; and have to. say furthermore that after waiting some time to hear from , the honorable gentleman, I induced Mr. Eathan A, bftwyers, of lennessee, to go to him and urg him to attend to your case. Mr. Sawyers retntned and informed me that Mr. Pettibono had received, my letters and would go . to.tho Commissioner. At a later dato I saw Mr. Sawyers again and gave ETm a memorandum, of, tho case; and soon after he told me that Mr. Pettibono said he had attended to the matter. - Having ascertained that nothing had been done by Mr. Pettibone, and despairiag after weeks waiting, of ever getting a re ply to my ceviT letters to. him, I. wrote to Senater Harris about your case, and his prompt action : was' in marked contrast with the do-noth ing policy of Mr. Pettibone. In my second letter (dated Feb.. 7, 1884) I enclosed a stamp fr his reply and by Heaven ft he- kept the stamp. I never received a line from him: and was much surprised, as ho appeared to bo posing before the country as the soldier s friend. Had h taken any interest in our case, I Bheuld not have been obliged to ap peal to Senator Harris. - I know personally but little or nothing of Mr. Pettibsne's habits. Have heard repeatedly that ha tack led too much "snako .bite." 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I have re commended it to several of my friends' who are suffering as I was . lours very respectfully, Mrs. E,,W. StCbbins. 5 - as t-i 8. O -PS ui PO H O . f-t-PS 3' o o Our Treatise on the 'Health and Ilarulness of oman" mauea rree . Bradfidd Regulator Co , AUirita, Oa. - o a? . . 2 IB M PS I . ' o o ESTABLISHED 1816. CHAS. SIMON & SONS, C3 N, Howard Street, ; BALTDIORE MD. . 1 LI. At ?IT 1. . 1 - ! J-1 I rn j i . , Tr-ii ttnan-sober: wuetner he comes in Ool. Trousdale and Capt. Hillsman , thfl patery, I don t know. As aroagoodMlltlcal team. f to the letters, them cannot boa shas sraua ruiiy ueru c ,iv. fu: i : : i V , j.j i : ... umv ui uuuuim urn uaviu rrxeivuu Importei s and Dealers In 'R Y a O O D Of Every Description. CD CO o o CD mmm m 3 O O Emory & Henry College, ElIORY TA. THE 17th Annual ScsMon will begin on the 4th day of ljcptooiler, 1314 . 1 1 The Faculty has recenUy been tmbi-tantially enlarged, and tha building much improved. Ho College in he conn. try nas s good a location, and none is able to do as goodi' work for as reasonable a compensation. cor ijvtaiogue ana otuer luioriuatlon, address Kev. E. E. KO.S.S A. M.f Vicc-Pres. July 16-'84 2m , - : CLABENCE L; TUCKER, DU.vnsT. M0RRiST0VN, .. TENNESSEE . Office beer W. P. Carriger'a Drug Store. " ' 's - ec.6.I88-Jy. . o w IS O jem tn o -O TS J HOPE & BRO. SAMPLES SENT FEEE. ent from all the surrounding towns .1 - ... . on it is that at that time he was in was the finding in a sewer et the copdiUon that hp da not body of a little boy named ltaymer n0w any thing about what he did or His lather aent hun i out to pt did n0recee j; r;Wall. to return nis bodv was not found for two da3'. The affair is envel- oped in mystery. ; V: ; C. A.'li., : A'A OXVTL L E LETTER. THE MORTllb TO WN BEL T. The vice presidents of the several counties of tho Morristowri Mineral, Timber aqd Airricu'tural Belt of East Tennessee, met in Morristown on uednesdav ot last 'week, 'and The Oramd RaUj; Friday nijlu-Atmulted fuHy matured all their :- plans - for with Rocks A wovster demonstration to . miikino- a Rnlendiri -flvlifhir. at tho, ome. off 5th of Xorember TJie New Eve ving liper TUe Prohibition Pioneers and Vieir organ, 1 he Shield. 1 Knoxtille, Oct. 20. 18S4. To the Editor of tha Morristown Gazette : - The grand rally and torchlight New Orleans -Exposition. .Each of the counties made favorable reports, and the determination seems to bo that no part of the State shall make a more creditable display at the great Worlds r air than tho "Mor proce.ion given by tho Democrats ristown Belt." Col. J. B. Stokely, last Friday night, in this city, waa rVico president of Cqokp couqty, id more than a success. It surpassed, that his count v was wido awaks on the expectations of even the most ; the gubi'act and that if tha othfr sanguine Democrat. Nothing of the f counties were not . careful, Cocke Laflie'My-HaJe'IJiiSerwear, JUOKSETS, JtQ. tSCnaeta aiuouuting tq or over sent - free of freight charges by express. . DRE5S-MAKIM DEPARTMENT. Rules for self-measurenient, samples of mtefilp, ; . with estimate of ccst, snt upon application. l I . . . ; Watchmakers . AND JEWELERS, . Cor. Gay k Church 8ts.t: KKoiTiLLE; r Tenn., Keep in stock a full line of '' ffatclss kimln, ' : Solitl SilTer, ; U Silyoi -Plated Ware, ficicnt to effect 1 BIuCHierft-Elixir ! ..Natures' Great Reiiiedy for Diseases arid 'Affections of the Boicels. . TERMS feb21 83 ly CASI-I. L. C. SHEPARD. UNDERTAKER, Knoxville, Ten n: .1 VEttY MRC!r!T)TPTf fi V V -A Metallc Caskets and Cases ' Wood CaaVeit and Ootlins of every Grade 'and price,. ready foi use. Orders by Telegraph will receive person- kind has been seen in Knoxville ? Ny0uld be the "banner countv" ef . "-p"1! Terms satisfaatorr. MR S TA IIL3IA NS LETTER. TnUabcma Ooanliaa. Th able and exhaustive articW ef Mr. K. B. Stahlman on the rail like a rushing torrent against the corrupt lobby king, James G. Blaine Ohio will vote for Grover Cleveland on the 4th of November. Like th rest, we have looked with exceed" ing great anxiety to Ohio. We ar never over confident ; but now wi ay to our friends that the star o' the Democratic party is in the ascendant. Grover Cleveland wil? be the next Peesident f the United tate, and by a clear and decisive majority of the electoral college. CARD FROM COL. MARCJ1BANKF Col. Columbus Marchbanks, Dem cratic elector in the Third dislric. whose name the Knaxvillo Tribune irres all Democratic voters to -cralch because ho expressed in j private and confidentiaj letter to personal friend indifference to th election of the Savage railroad com mission ticket, has written tho fo' "owinir letter Ttbe Nssh Me World : It pcems that at this day and time w in the days ot Paul, a man mui' ho "all thing to all men," or he n ot a true Democrat, and if he ha ommon honesty enough to have 'rivato opinion about party matter ie is "anathema maranatba," altho hat private opinion, like ray lettc Maj. Key, was made public b devery. it U said that I deceived i'ie Cleveland convention by no making known my railroad com niMMon views. That is false. I nev ; so much as sought the noraina 'n of elector, but when I was noni riated by acclamation, I was on rm tet in my chair protesting acains U My partv asked mo to make tr '783 gotten , the Belt in the wav of an exhibit nf u ' " m i.uuaTP. a mw jjciu- regourccB. t;oi. HroKciv. ns nana . ocrais oi mis cuy uave never ieu i8 alive to thainterestsof his people, muro eiuicu unu juuuafic over mo , and wJien he undertakes anything I inuicauuiis j;u ueiouer otaio man no does so with that energy and en they now are oyer tho result ot tho terprise that' always ac,cqmnlishes Ohio election; and, fillod with this something ;' vafuable ahd decisive, enthusiaam, thpy.went to vrork and t Jow, Ieteach county : endeavor 'to got up tho grand domonstratlon. res bo the "banner county," and our ferred to a precession with torehes ! exhibit as a whole will at least com- iwelve hundred strong, .'lhe whole paro with those of other sections.. cuy was cniuuseu, ana cheers ot -. Hamblen has 'made an excellent victory wept up'lrom every street j start: already some fine specimens x-v. I ti uru uu iimucr ure in ino nanus heveral rocks were thrown Into 1 nf M ramnlipll j . . j r - -, j w, th procession and some - painful F. Hammond has furnished a eplen- amon" the Bu.sh-ineain Africa than i wounds inflicted, lho rascals who did specimen -of granite marble, am mis, uiree or tnem, au negroes, j handsomely .poJished 'arid lettered wern nrrpatoti 'ttt( hflfn lon rln.- "' Ui. . .,V, I : - " - - - - - " " .- v : Mb 14 IO 11 J .il LMU W Kit U : I til 181 UlittC ..... . 1 er had such a sharp, determined campaign as the one that now looms to its climax Money, prtjudice, rascality, treason, are all luctora in this struggle. If possible heaven and earth would be moved to grat ify tho ambition of a certain class of deniaroruc9 wLo would rather rule play second-nddio in tho best gov ernment the world ever.iaw. But these efforts will bo futiie and must prove abortive. Tho , Idea of. No vember will come and go and North Carolina, true to her ancient tradi tions, will still be found the faithful exponent of the principles promul gated by the founders of tho gov ernment. Enough of this, however ; and I turn to anothor themo. With the people called Methodists, the eccle siastical year is rapidly drawing to a close. The Itinerant host aro turning their faces toward Bristol and. bv the time the iukis drr that .fives these thoughts to j our read ers, they will bo ready to answer to roll-call and submit tho labors o .mother year to a general review In this connection 1 wish to say a tew things concerning the Aehcville congregation, of which Jiv, W V Bays, D. D., is the faithful pastor, The congregation seem to mo to have a iust appreciation of- thoir christian obligations and a willing iess to discharge the samo. In al departments of chrht n work they .tro preeminent. J.pccially is this true in regard to their efforts to Dread the srospel mall ianus. A lew nights ao, at one of the annivcrsa iesf the many societies of thin ohurcb, tho following facts fflftie to my knowledge: the Juveuilu o- i-iety had contributed liar inisdioua luring this year, 1 4 ; tho various for tho offense. The Democrats of this city say thoy are going to have a procession Farmers should bring in .specimens .llL' . J . " 1" ... I oi lueir proaucis, ana every citizen fwho owns land in any of the coun- five miles long on the night: f the ties embraced in the Belt ought' to interest themselves in obtaining ttpGcimonx : o( any" kind" that will show to the world the resources of our country. Specimens should be sent in ' on or' before the 15th of Home Altar societies,' the anvass, and I, liko Atkins befon I Vounj Ladles missionary' society, he Stato convention, accepted th 11107; tho Woman's Foreign -mi all. I am a Democrat that believes I Hionary society, oi 4b,'-tue Mi man 6hould lay aside his privati road commission question which we I "nte rests and opinions when "n con repnnt in to-day s paprf will be read with deep interest by all fair minded and impartial men. Mr. Stahlman doea not deal in slang or abuse, but gives facts and figure which are conclusive on the subject. The inference from the facta pre tested cannet be resisted. The com mLioncr were either stolidly "ig nerantof their duties, or they pur posely discriminated in favor of cer tain special interests of certain in tercsted parties. The intelligent reader cannot fail to see the point raised by Mr. Stahlman, nor resist tbo conclusion to which he natoral- lict with public demands. I have lever bolted er scratched the Dem cratic ticket, and never expect to No reasonable roan or party would ask any more than that private views and convictions bo laid aside sionary society in tho Sunday school, 1223; the Uburcb s assessment, 318; and the young ladies in Ashe ville Female College, $t0. ; In suU dition, the church had contributed ilSOO te the regular" Centenary fand, f COO of which will bo covered into the missionary treasury' of the tor the time being and the party I church, making nearly ilSoO given nominees be supported alone for by this church for missions during party success. This I have often the year. Love for the blaster, in done and am now doing, and urginj? terest in the cause and zeal , in the upon others to do. I will aever, for ood work has preduced tbia re's nit. any party or otherwise, publicly es Let all our churches do likewise, as pouse a principle which 1 am con God may prosper them, audtho-Jlil- -tcientiously opposed to. Now, il lenium will certainly draw nearer, his is a6inthen I am guilty and Dr. U ays has been abundant in' Ia- hall remain unrcgenerated. No bors and faithful in every good word nan has heard me publicly or prU and work. Every member of the eatery adviso the scratching of the charge will be personally afflicted ii railroad commission part of the tick- he ia cot returned. It this para fifth of November, the night after Cleveland s election. Knoxville's. now evening daily, the Herald, appeared for the.jfirst time Saturday evening.! It is a six column, well arranged paper. It November next, supports the Pemocrtic ticket. . r Tho managers say. it has come tq At Kashriile, on the ilbt the ease Biay. o wish us . eunors 'success in their new field of journalistic la- Tho Prohibition club of thi city are publishjng"atj.l3 paper, Th shield, in tho interest of their tick et.;'The first issue a week. It is a three col and -is raised "in defense of the Home against that arch enemy, tho peaco-dpstrgy'qg, pauper - making, crime-creating, liquor traffic.'. . .". ' ' : There are now published iu' this city three daily, fivo weekly 'and threo monthly papers IIolfe. Seasonqbhi, sagggtivo t houghts expressed by the Philadelphia Tinxe$ August 17 r We think that Mrs. Lockwood is beaten. ''-' ip think that Mr. St. John is beaten. of the Stato vs.. Airs.. A. ; F. ,Linkp, alias M iller, alias .Meyers., which has been pending in: the.. Criminal Court for ho. past. week, was concluded i hv tho Inrv brinrinjr in a .vr(Het nt' nneared last ! ..si r ii .i )Iumn sheet, . the punishment at three years in the It irlll rvurlfy and enrich the QLOODi m tte LIVEIfS aJ KIDNEYS, and lUdTOK ESAMK nniiVmOttiif YOUTH I In all This gptoudid aiiA tinfiiiWng medicine is com pounded from .Ulackberry and other Medicat Hoots and Herb; is iaerefor lrfootly barmleM. It is pleasant and safe to tl.e uioKt delicato stomrcht It is the m3t inly and effectual luedicina for tha cum ol all forms of IMnrrcaa, in children or adults, Cholera ilbrbw, t inx, Dysentery! and th various Summer Complaints of the Itowela'. sa prevalent aruppg all claweo during the Summer eoasun . Only ou loit.e (Prit. 60 cants.t ta-auf. cure. Superior Table Cutlery. &c UNUAN S CHILL TONIC. IV P.epiring and Ensravlhif skillfully executed f r You need noi Shake or Chill- If you will use this upon reasonable terms. All orders by mail wil re- Tonic. It never fails to stop the most aggravated ceive prompt attention, and satisfaction guaran- forms of CUilfs and Fever if takn k directed, is teed. auerl '79 tf from three to seven days, when Qulnino and all tuner meaioiuuH isiiou, . n tin aio, ii lakea reg ularly build and tome up the weak and debiliated system, and above all. leaves na bod effects bebimd as do so many other preparations. . Bit. DUNCAN'S Liver and Eflnay Meflicrirk The ereat preventive and cure of all tnaiarfal diseases and a sure cure for alt forms of Dyspep si.i Sju1 Indigestion. It acts xlireotly ; upon th liver and all tho secretory glands of the stomach) and bowels, tt cures the dimiSHtw bj removing th cause from the system that produces or brings oa the diseases hence, it in unsurpassed for the cur of Constipation, Hiurtoii)ach, Heartburn, Bead ache, and aU those symptoms indicating the want of proper iwiiou of those t;iund situated In 'th Ijttomach and bowels. Two or three bottles at ryScwmg Machine NEEDLES of all kinds, 011 I IK.DUNCf.VS LIVEIt ;A.XI KICSEX MECI- ' ' .. ' '- linnofanMirAn.hanJ . I P1W a nristl f i tr W vnimn r uai A .l 4 n. 1; u . j awuci u ij- vu- uuu, I 1'"" " j v uiiuiiiivuiu V4 v icur mmM xt, v. v. . .' ; I craanj of Uie above disaasif Hkepas directsd Highest maitet price paid for all kinds of Country price 75 certs . ' 7"r" . I ' h atw t :iSnwv OUNOAN'S WORM-.SYKUPs For CMce Family Groceries . go to ' ; - W. M. WILMiETHI DEALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c,V Solo Agent for tha Light-Bunning . DAVIS SEWIN6 WflCHN jaa4 82 ly eulate KK THB those diseases requiring a certain and ellicient TONIC, with Immediate and wouderlul results. Hones, especially Dyspepsia, Want of AppetUe.Indiges tion, Lack ot" btrengtli, etc., Its use Is marked muscles and nerves receive new force. Enlivens the mind and supplies Brain Power :'.":( ja niran euffcriup from all complaints rt Ml to v? necmiNrroinoirsexwiii-an HA3.Ta3'1 It rnre Tin II ARTE f petnll!rfoinorsextli-ilnJlrt litUii XOtiXQ K pilfe a'ud speedy crites a rlpar irni Iiealthv complexion. The stroncost teatimonv to the value (I)B. AllTKR's liiow ToNio is that freuueut attempts at counterfeiting liave only ulletl to wtepoBuiar. penitentiary, granted. ' new trial was We think that Mr. Butler is beat en, We think that Mr. Blaine is beat en. We think "Mr. Cleveland will be elected President. , -aMBMBBWsaaMsmsi ''AH"ty, do your cqyvV gly! much milk?" 4Dit dev do, raarster. Dat Kefnioeo ilat sent de Day' Cow Powder here. Is tie best fren you aot.? ' Trice 25 cnf per package of one pouud, full weight. Cool nights and warm dsiya arc sure to breed more or less malaria. To avoid severe Colds anil Rlirum.ttlsm, keep yoar bWel8 open with Dr. Hurl's Bio d and Liver Pills. They ftrp the best in use. Being eiuircly. vegetable, they are t niirtly hafrah-ef, at the tame time powerful. Try them. For Cough, use Sjmpbjx. -For Falos, Dr. Darl'a Great i R lief. . ': lve Stock Market, .. -;h REPORTED BY WKBEB, LOPJI It? Sc CO. s "', ' ' Cikcinxati, Oct. 18", 1884. Cattle. Trade quiet and easy,' ample isupply for all demand, shippers and but heri light buyers, riot much doing iti otbr cl:s'8 Pi ic-8 range about as loJJowe.-sCoriifuon.- l.ys to 75: -far to rne iium, 8 (o.8i; jT'od; to ;,chol"e butch- r gradPs4 1' 4 75: good to t-l olce bhippera', 4f tn CJ; common to falroxen; g.xxi to cl'fice 4 to 5; stock-rr hnd feed ers 3 J to 41; carling calves 2 t 3J; iiiil.-h vows $20 ro $50. :-' .; Hog? R c ipts liht- market steady at rb following prices; hetvy buchers and sliifpT-" 5 ti 5; packers 4 CO to 4 90 fate 'o grxKl lights 1 CO io 2 00, 4 CO to to 5 00; ommon 3 lo 4J. Sheep. Fair rpc ipts, market Heady, commoQ ;to fair gj- to i; good Jtoieylra 3J-to4-r , ..'.. . Lambs Market easy, common to fuir 3 o 4; good to choice 4J- to 4; culls 2J.tp3J.'.:. ; ;,. i i . : . ,.. ltv of the orLriuul. If von eariiesllv desire liealtli do not exoriiuet Ktt lhe OKioikai. jiso Bmhv (Send yanr oddre-U Tha Dr. Hnrter Med. Co. V St. Louis, llo., far oar "EHEAM BOOS." j Full of etranesaod useful iotormation, free. OR. Harter'3 Irom Tonic "is for Sal b Ail if. V. GtJKTLS, Watches, Jewelry &:Sil7erwar? -1 . . . ifcrse stock sod low prices. . . SMITU'S OI.D STAJTD,' 0 '-V'-: ":' n '' ' H'" ' ' T '-m. '" " - ft f cm EH ? ' : 0 ' 'S I ;; I O ' III , G OS if... One bottle of this Syrup will rornplctelr txpcl altspAoies crf VVorm and without-injury -ihs child, as it contains no Calomel or other lojur iouiflBnhptances. Afrain, It Is pleasant to th tast -an acsytabk! to thestnniaeU, sd therefor ad fciatorj'd wjthpt.lrol).j Ifrioa 25 gnt.J . SfVELQciyj IVf'K, 4 pojjFros. Marion: Female Colleges i- Till; f 12th SESSION U WIUC BEOIN THE. FIRST WIDJTESrjAT In September, 1HH4. Tt.tal 'expenses in lit erary department, lor IJoariL Tnition. eto $135 to ' $155 per aoholuHtic y4ur t )(! moMtfas, -apon payment or which a ycipt Iu full will bjva. ' Chb&ogue ahd'offier information. mpply to , ; Iley J. J Srlierer. : jV 9 2rfi. MA HI ON; YAV Mprrisf own .Femals High SCHOOL.. ! .1 Tlie..Worrist9.wn ;Fj s)s. Jligb, School , ,. wi" open . ,' l-'-lhf i i..:: j'-- J THE FIBE FIEHD!! Knoxville,.- Tenn. . Merchant Tailoring tov L . arid Clothing House. . S , 'in America. . . ' ''' ' vr StroBil'AlilellMecii!!; r! r-''ti .-,ii '..iT' : 1 Lllei Dr.'A; H. Redford, a promineiit man itLe MetliodiatEplftcopal Church, Sou' h ; died at Nashville on the 17th, in hia 70th year..'. , ... "What th'ttg bo good?" ia the query of a poet soniewUat canfused; if be has a eld, the r.nly god filing we know of I. a boitie of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, g TEXAS COW BOY ! Th great illus trated Live Stock Journal, of Texas. All about the cattle kings and great herds of the Wast, ti, lau4 and farm ini-rrU; $5,0041 ii pre miums given awti to Biibcribnr No such in ducraeuU e,r o&"eca before q tit her eanwtsftbr or subsotiher by auy responsible publishing house; 10.0UO agents viuuted at onee fnd for circulars. Address TEXAS COW BOY, Dallas, Texas . . ' .at 2J op ; WANAMAKER BROWN,.' -.. oakhall; . Philadelphia.,: . A full tins of card samples of tho great piece goods stock ' ; wiil beiiuud with - J, A. RICE,; Ac ft T BEPItESEJfT NEAKLYTWENTT3PCfUR MIL- X Hob of Dollars of Insurqnca. Assets, as Xol-i The Continental of' N.-sT., i,' : ! Assets over, 84,500.000 The Trad era', of Chicago, : Assets . (-. r ' .6- - .1.082,000 Tho North Americ'i cf Phila., Assets -, - , - 8,950,000 The iEtna of Hartford ? Assets over - - - , 9,000,000 tSafer insurance tiiaa tbpae Companies giv I It IS Located . in', the ' Exact BustHtl cannot be bad. - " . - . " i '' fTiifif-i's Ih'e itici'f List seikloA'its ft steppin-s,tor.o, it will ,bq nyr constant Aim 'to enter-iiighei fieil'V'of teaching and.d,:ciplitie,- cvmhiniittr 'he best mod ern jpethDjls with thnt, which is ipost practical'und.'usiuU.'. r .; t Misa; IlOSE'Ai SMITH, who comci well "roc rum ended hv the beet music retook ia.C'hicAgs'.wirtuke::tharge ot the .Music. ISlie will eive Lessons la Jotb Vooal-on'U liftfrrt mental Music Ya iiv earar-stlr! 8 licit a i;bJraI naU ronape that .we inny m he this school, in aH its dpp;trtiaon!i,: X fOM?LETK 8CC cess. . i. t . j . .- .,. , :.. , J ;tt ; . : I , . .... t"For further, nari itiilnrs send for Catalogue or address he Principal,11 , . : , . J, . p Mc F Kit IUN, ( ; . f. f aug!3-tf . Morristown, Teun. 1 HATTIE HOUSE. t .3 Fov theee (easoi! I solicit jtmr business ..Ii .'.- ;At Oct. 24, ISSjr-ly, oj; C. HODGES, j io RRISTOWN i . -1 t 1 . t i Sales agents l .-. ; - I ! : "Morrrstdwri, ;Tenv: . ' . , - i - : - . - DENTISTRY! DENTISTRY ! WI E AT:.. M ARICET,1 J. C. 3UTIIES, & CO.; Pros. ' THOS .J.1 SPECK, D.D.S. Willis , Center of :.r . Kiioxville. Tunessee, Ojie Squure f)'nm the Font Office, ( torn House. Batiks, r and nAj " - immediate1 vicinity of all the ' ' ,;! Principal . Wka'asali und .f . , Retail Stores, , ,i, , t Rogcrsville, TeaD., f ram 1st to 15th Of etib. month. Morristown, tur. Main and Oenry sts opposits Bukf, from 15tU to Ust of each month. Terms Cash, or its Equivalent. Kept cpaiitsJiHj n hand and fold at low- ' . :.. 'est market prices. ; '!; j : . i : . i ' I CfeitM.MElteiJacsi.&c, t"Oiir' buicutiiiua is d.i'na by exueiienced . bauds and oar lrusli ioet are all nice); kept and well prfwervea - during uie ' warm weather In a splendid KicrB3jLBATOB . Hotels aud families outside of city supplied ou short cot Ice, JTJSir TIinoUGUOUT. " - . Furniture, etc. , EuctrieA nnunctator,'Gatt I , j Wide. IIaUs.t and the Ventilation is . r ' '; ' No. 1 and No MistaU ' t - ( T 1 HE TABLES SUPPLIED mta the Wftt the market affords. . Uboioe Sample Rooms for, UoumerclalXraTsl lers on first Boor if deHlred. ' tffMpoclttlrtta (a MeroUants and Coosmn Travelers. . , . . Porters always at the trata. Onaaibni fre. I inly , 'HO-lj J. C. TLANDEItS, ' FUOf&IXOX, ;i