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HERALD AND TRIBUNE,
JONESBORO. TENN.. JULY 83.
AUSTIN C. BRITTON, Local Editor."''
Rev. I G. Murray has returned from
R. M. Slemons 1a visiting hit mother
Mrs. W. C. 81emons of this place.
Flower pots,' all sizes, both plain and
ornamented, tor sale by
.,.. Miss Eugenia Murphy.
Joe Brown, of Chattanooga, spent
Saturday and Sunday with hi mother at
Jas. Harris was up from Knoxville
lut Saturday on legal business. . . ;
If you face smavts ifter shaving try
a few drops of Ralik on It. Samples 10
cents. All druglnta. '
W, 8. Dickey has been over at Rog
ersvllle several day attending the bedside
of his brother who ba been very low of
fever nnd we arc glad to hear that be I
Under-all circumstances, under all con
ditions, under all luQuences. Uradycrotine
will promptly cure all headaches. ,
Misses fotta and Nellie Smith went
ap to Flney Flats, Saturday eveulng and
returned Monday morning. ,;
Books for summer reading, from 10
cents upward, at -; ,
Miss Eugenia Murphy's.
C. Munsey who has been absent
from his home at this place for about
eighteen months, Is here on a visit and
will return to Georgia In 'a few days
where he Is acting as express agent for
the E. T. V. & G. Ry. -
As there Is no royal road to learning,
there Is no magical cure for"dlsease. The
effect, however, of taMng Ayer's Sarsa
parilla for blood disorders comes as near
magic as can be expected of any human
agency. This is due to Its purity arid
. "Miss Minnie Allison who has been
a most pleasant visitor here from Bristol,
returned to her home last Saturday very
much to the regret of her runny friends
In this placer.
Panslcs, , assorted colors, Double
Daisies: potted plants, $1' per dozen
by mall. . ; ,
Box 55 Morristpwn, Tenn.,
Chas.; Patterson has ; been visiting
his mother at this place for a few 'days.
Lout. or Stolen.
A side curtain and sewing machine
damp. The finder will be liberally re
warded by returning the same to the Old
Bank building, Jonesboro, Tenn. ' .
. Charley THunsey gave a melon- party
last Friday night In honor 'of his many
friends hero and a most pleasant time
was experienced by all who were pres
ent. ,. ' :
Ayer's Hair Vigor has long held th e
first place, as a hair-dressing. In the est! .
nialion of the public. Ladles find that
this preparation gives a beautiful glosn to
the hair, and g'entlemen.usejt t prevent
baldness and cure humors in the scalp.
." - -
Ja. Falrf, from Arthur, Tenn. , is
visiting home folks at this place.
J no. L. Rhea, of Enoxville, spent a
few days last week -with hss sister Mrs
Fain of this place. V '
'. Kotloe. :
The time for holding the District Con
ference of the Greeneville District, has
been changed to August 13. Brethren
please, take notice and act accordingly.
Let there be a full attendance of the
members. " ,
W. T. Sbnter, P. E. .
Mrs. Lucy Sevier and son Willie,
who left here a few months ago and went
to Cincinnati, returned last week and
will perhaps make this place their future
Changes of Cllmata
Kill more people than Is generally
known. Partlculary Is this the case in
Instances where the constitution Is deli
cate, and among our immigrant popula
tlon seeking new homes in those portions
of the West, and where malarial and
typhoid fevers prevail at certain seasons
of the year. The best preparative for
a change of climate, or of diet and water
which that change necessitates Is Hob
tetter's Stomach Bitters, which not
only fortifies the system against malaria,
a variable temperature, damp, and the
debilitating effects of tropical heat but
Is also the leading remedy for constipa
tion. dvsneDsta. liver prmnUInt hnriUo
troubles specially apt to attack emigrants-!
au visitors 10 regions near tne equator,
aariners and tourists. Whether used as
rasafeguard by sea voyogers, travelers by
land, miners, or of agriculturists in
newly populated dlstrlcts.thls fine speclflo
ias,, elicited the most favorable testi
mony. Riv Nathan Bachman and his ac
complished daughter Miss Sallle have
been spending a week with relatives and
friends In this place.
The First Step. -
Perhaps you are run down, can't eat,
can't .sleep, can't think, can't do any
thing to your satisfaction, and you won
der whut alls you. You should heed the
warning, you are taking the first step
Into Nervous Prostration. You need a
Nerve Tonic and In Electric Bitters you
will find the exact remedy .for restoring
your nervous system to Its '. normal,
healthy condition. Surprising results
follow the use of the great Neive Tonlo
and Alterative. Your appetite returns,
good digestion is restored, and the Liver
and Ktdnevs resume healthy action. Try
a bottle. Price COo. at F. E. Brltton's
drugstore. .. ; " , 0
. Volley Dcvault, wlfo and daughter
went down to Morrlstown last Thursday
to visit their daughter Mrs. Battio Han
nah, and returned Monday.
Why Do It I
Why allow your children to suffer and
sicken and die from attacks of worms
when It can be avoided? And yet Is done.
Why toiture them by forcing down their
throat nauseating remedies when there Is
so need to do so? Why not give them at
' once, when symptoms ot worms appear,
, Dr. Hart's Worm Cream, which Is pleas
ant to take and effective In Its actlou?
Why use anything else?
-Wheat $1. a bushel, See adv.
A merry party of young people were
visiting the Misses Brownfow last Saiur
day and Sunday. It consisted of Miss
Annie Brandau and her brother, Mr. Dolf
Brandau, of Knoxville, and Mr. Neal
Hughes, of ' Washington, D. C. - Miss
Brandau is a charming type of Southern
beauty, fair of face and figure. Mr.
Brandau Is well known a one of the
bright young business men of Exst Ten
nessee. Mr. nughes Is connected with
the United States Civil Service and em
ployed In Washington, D. C. They lttt
Monday morning delighted with the hos
pitality mat Mrs. Brownlow knows so
well how to extend. :
Dr. J. A. Pierce Is spending a few
days at his old home in southwestern
Virginia this week.
Miss Glnx Atkinson,' of Knoxville,
Is visiting In this vicinity.
Mr. Chauncey R." Botsford. of the
Governmeut Printing Office at Washing
ton, Is In town contemplating the pur
chase of the Herald and Tribusr and
1 making hU headquarters at this office,
T ho present manager proposes In any
rase to dissolve connection with the pa
per shortly, and we trust Mr. Botsford
will find such cordial welcome as will en
courage him to locate,
. Mrs. horan Smith, of Atlanta, and
Miss Henrietta Cox. of Louisville, Tenn.,
both . sisters of Mrs. JA. N.' Jatkson,
who have been summering at Tale
Springs are expected to visit Mrs. Jack
son of this place this week.
-Mlss Pearl Maxey. stopped off her
Monday on her way home. In Knoxville.
She b.ad been In Bristol for about two
weeks, viltlng friends In that place and
will spend only a few days with friends
at this place. .
Wheat $1. a bushel, See adv.
J. F. Bolton, near Telford, threshed
1216 bushels . of wheat off fifty acres,
an average of 24.8 bushels. The seed
was Fulcaster and only 71 pounds of fer
tilizers to the acre.
A Little Girl's Experience. In a Light-
Mr. and Mm T,nrin Traaitntl a n
keener of tha (inv T.tirhthniiaa at &nA
Beach, Mich, and are blessed with a
daughter, four years old. Last April
she was taken down with measles fol
lowed with a dreadful cough and turn
ing into fever. Doctors at home and at
iruuii ireaieu ner, uui in vain, sne grew
worse rapldiy, until she was a mero
"handful of llOnes" Thnn ha trim! Hr
King's New Discovery and after the use
of two and a half bottles, was completely
cured. Tbey say Dr. King's New Dis
covery Is worth its weight in gold, yet
you may get a trial bottle free at F. E.
umwu urugsiore. ; o
W. T. Gaston and wife of Cbatta'
nooga, came up last Wednesday to visit
relatives and friends at thlsjlace. Mr
Oastou received a telegram Saturday re
questing him to be in Chattanooga Mon
day morning so he and his wife left Sun
day afternoon before they had completed
their visit. , . ,
The Glbbs qirllter .is proving a
marked success, and a stock company
with $30,000 papltal is' being organized
to na nam we patent. ". 7
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The Fire at t.luieatone Again.
, Limestone, Tenn.
Editor Herald and Tribune: ,
The article In the last Issue of your
paper relative to the fire at Limestone
certainly does not contain the facts as to
Mr. S. B. Slaughter's losses. We know
Mr. Slaughter to bea reliable truthful
and careful business man and one who
keeps his business in such shape as to be
able to render an Intelligent statement at
any time. - .
Mr. Slaughter had occasion to take an
account of his business, stock of goods
etc., only a few d iys before the fire, when
It was found that he had In stock $3,800
Nothing was saved from the bascmont
which contained quite a lot of fruit jars
other glassware, syrups etc., And noth
ing from the 2nd. story which contained
millinery and other goods besides con
siderable goods In the main store-room
are known to bo lost. From what we
know of his stock bofore the fire and
slnco the great damage from handling,
we deem that his loss is fully one half on
the value of his entire stock.
A. E. Gillespie, Merchant
B. E. Brabson, Merchant, Limestone.
Johs 8. Biddlb, " ' .
S. A. Byrd, ..
S.K. Babklet, Liveryman, "
O. M. Brabsok, .
W. A. Nelson, ,. " .
G. W. Morblock & Sous, "
in rbperenoi to tub Walkers.
Il might further be said no one knows
or claims to know anything definite as
to the origin of the fire. In Ibis case ai
in thousands of others, theories and spec
ulattons are plentiful, yet I know of no
one prepared to furnish evidence suffi
cient to criminate any one, or at all to
justify an attempt to publicly charge any
one with Incendiarism, "These are grave
charges," is well said, and it Is poslVly
the only part of the article that should be
''-" "V" W. A. N. .
, A turnip was placed on our d esk
this , week, , raised by Ople Warllck,
which weighed 8.9 pounds, and was
eleven inches long.
Judge Brown has so far recovered
bis health that be Is about again, and
it is possible that he may be able to bold
court here next month, although his
physician advises that ha do not resume
judicial duties bofore September. The
Judge spent last week at Unaka Springs
and Is looking as well as over, though
he is not strong yet.
A party of gentlemen discovered a
handsome waterfall, 150 feet sheer
descent, up a gulch that opens into
Clark's Creek last week. Tbey beard
throueh the mountaineers of another
larger cascade reported to fall 600 feet,
In the mountain and started out Monday
night to investigate the facts. They
describe the scenery in the gulch as
magnificent beyond description.
J" Wbeat $1. a bushel, See adv, .
The farmers have just finished storing
away their wheat and oats and moat all
can boast of a good crop. Some few have
thrashed and report a eood yield. ,
Campbell & Bros., thrashed some 500
bushels of wheat' Forty detent of oats,
averaged ons and one-half bushels per
dozen. -';' -
The new school house at Campbell's
Is nearly completed and we certainly
have a first class house and now we
think with such a house we ought to
be able to sec urn a first class teacher
and thus have a real good school.
We feel that the poopto here should be
very thankful to M. B. Campbell and
A. H. Carson for the Interest they have
taken In the school building at this
The health of our people Is very
good at present, we report as sick one
of Jno. Robinson's little girls, but glad
to say she Is improving at present.
Squire Keys attended quarterly court
the first ot the month.
J. C. Moore continues to Improve the
Collier farm, which he recently pur
chased. He is a good farmer aud be
fully knows It.
A. H. Carson Is spending some of his
leisure moments picking berries.
While the health of this section Is so
good, Dr. Campbell doesn't seem to be
a man who can sit idle, but is found
day after day with hoe In hand, lolllne
amid the rays of a summer sun, showing
mat be Is truly an American in energy.
He has been seen going to and fro" with
hoe In-hand for the last ten days until
the neighbors, became excited and began
to make inquiry if ho was sin kin? a
shaft, expecting to find a gold vein and
to quell the excitment his brother simply
told them that the Doctor was only try
ing to hoe out a small cane patch and ho
really believes the Doctor will not
through. If Mollie .will just aid him a
The Miss Tedlocks, of Knoxville, are
visiting relatives here. They are quite
accomplished ladies and some of our
boys are glad they have relatives here.
Jacob Moore made a visit to Johnson
R. L. Carson savs he likes the personal
property of Jockey better than the real
The Gorley Springs are stlil giving
health and vigor to the people, '
Trap and That
" . ' Chuoky Valley. '
There has been a remarkable change
In this valley within the last twelve
We now have two stores, post-office
and Crock factory.
N. V. Gammon has given his dwelling
house anew and mat appearance.
J.. B. Henley has also Improved the
appearance of bis residence.
Joe Henley has erected a mcat'house
Sam Strain is building a barn.
The new bridge at Jackson's makes
a fine appuarencu. It should have two
moro planks on each side the entire
length, to prevent' stock" and women from
The road ttrough Fred Ruble's field
should be macadamized.
The mud last spring was dangerous.
Many persons forded the river, choosing
rather that perilous way of crossing,
instead of the narrow muddy lr.oe, about
fourteen feet wldo instead of twenty
feet. It is a sliamo .to give $8,000 for a
bridge and then be too indolent to make
the road safe to travel. But if Ohucky
river only has one bridge, it should have
been at Deaderlck's ford. How are the
people on the north sldu of the river
to got to the city of Embrevllle without
a bridge -close to il? But we think
there will be one erected in the near
Our laboring men have bad a good
deal of work and money since work
began at Embrevllle.
Corn has sold here for eighty cents
per bushel, flour three cents per pound
and hay ninety cents per one hundred
. . But as we now have the railroad
prices will bo lower.
ind what of the city of Embrevllle;
a prophet cannot toll now but the pros
pect is good with proper management.
Many persons are anxiously waiting
to buy lots, as soon as tbey are for sale.
The MessrB. Sullivan are grading the
streets and say they expect to continue
for the next year or more. They are
making streets on the-side and the top
of the mountain; market square is neatly
laid out. The furnace Is a largo one.
The smoke slack is to be 180 feet high
It Is reported that they will erect a
steel plant, a rolling mill, two botols, a
bank, a publlo library, a museum and
turn the river with a tunnel throngh
the heel of the horse-shoe, They are
building houses near the furnace on the
side of the uountaln. Il only needs anj
other railroad coming up Chucky valley
to make It a lively little city, beautiful
for situation, . with flno mountain
scenery, good water, and salubrious
Onr wbeat crop Is good except where
it was injured by the frost..
Mrs. Mary A. Bayless and Mrs. C. F.
Decker have been on the sick list, but
are convalescent now. . '. ,,.,
It Is reported that Mius Cora Ilcrjlcy
has fever. i. ; ;. -', ,
Mr. John B. Hunt, of Fall Branch,
has been In the Valley visiting Parson
Miss Berta Cowan, post mistress, of
Leesburg. is visiting the Misses Blanche
and Mary Baker, ;
Mrs. R. L. Taylor, of Chattanooga, Is
at uon. A. A. Taylor's.
The. Rev. Mr. Polk Gammon, of
Richmond, Va., preached a practical,
touching and eloquent sermon at Sevier's
on last "Sabbath, ne Is a brother to
N. V, Gammon. Esq. '
Copt. Reeves spent a few d ly s last
week In Chattanooga.
Wheat $1. a bushel.Seo adv.
JOHNSON CITY,. ;.
S. 0. McCRACKEN, Local Editor.
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J 41. Harris, of Greeaeville was la
the city Wednesday, - -
J. T. W. Brown,- of Embreville,
spent a few days with us last mek.
Sam Stuart and Robert Thomsjs, both
of Jonesboro, spent Wednesday Jn the
city. - ' , -. .
Persons desiring to subscribe for the
Herald-and Tribune apply., at the
branch office (n with
One of Greenevi lie's policemen was
In the city last week.- -TTjj seemed to be
In sympathy with a certain boy st this
place, as ho was seeking to maet him.
F. M. Rlckardd left ,'last week for
Jefferson, N. C. Mr. Rlcksrd s is travel
ing in behalf of a tobacco company.
O. Sltgreares, of Bristol, was In the
city Thursday. V
T. B. Hacker came up from Jones
boro during the past week and spent. a
short time with friends here.
J. J. Simpson Is now permanently
located In Johnson City. He will keep
a flr.t class boarding house. Give him
a call when In town.
Miss Jennie Williams, of Limestone,
cime to the city Wednesday. She Is the
guMt of Mr. and Mrs. J. J- Simpson.
H. V. Amu mild a trip to tit a an
cient capltol, Jonesboro, last week.
Parties having business with the
Herald and'Tribunb call at tL branch
office on Market street;' with lNjl. Hart
Q. M. Dillard has been s'ck for some
days. He Is now improving slowly.
-Messrs. O. D. Revell and J. S. Was
ner, of A8hevllleft. C. , came nver las
week. They are men of con idt ruble
means and will spend some Jierf- (fthi-v
can (I ml a location to suit.- ; , .
Seaver and Summfer's carry In stock
the best stnmpof gum-belting and can
furnish f any s'ze with tha- customary
delay of ordering.
Bishop Joyce, after having delivered
his lecture and dedicated the tent un
der which C. O. Jones- is holding his
meeting, lelt tbe city. He will spend
some lime In Clutlanooga on his round.
Judge Thos. Curtin came to the city
Friday. . " t
Tyler CampbellJ canre .to the city
Friday. lie Is here on business and will
probably stay some days.
Joe P. Summers made a trip to Al
lentown last week.
Big drive In shoes at G, Kirkpatrick.
Mr. Potts, of the East Tennesseo
Mining and Improvement Company, Is
in the city for a few days.
Prof. Chas. Mason stopped for a
short time in the city. Ho bad been at
Elizabethton for some time and was on
his way home to Jonesboro.
Fo; Awnings and tents, address
C. G. Younokr,
. . The Painter. ,
Johnson City, Tenn. - '
Harry Shepherd,'; of Vail Branch,
was 1n the city last wit k. ' He was tho
guest ofhls brother; JWfil Shepherd.
Call on G. Klrkpa;.Ick for bargains:
be will sell more goods for less money
than any one In the cay
S. II. L. Cooper and S. B. Keefauver
came.to the city Friday night to attend
the party given by John Swingle.
N. G. T. Slmcrly and sister enme
down from Allcntown Friday even
ing to meet their cousin Mis Mamie
Bradgoley, of New York, who came to
visit them. ,:, .
R. A. Dickenson, fathor pf W. A
Dickenson, proprietor of the Piedmont
house, came to the city last week. Ills
homo Is in Morrlstown.
Big line of dn 88 goods selling cheap
at G. hlikpatrick's
Cauls arc out announcing the mar
riage of Miss Annio Pry to D. II. Jones
on the 22d inst. The marrlago will be
at the homo of the bride.
Wednesday Deputy Shi riff Hlckey,
In company with II. H.'Cox, went over
to Johnson county and arrested William
Underwood. On his person was found
two well loaded revolvers. He was
brought before Jude Hart, who gave
him a preliminary trial. He was bound
to court, but, by some means, escapod
and is now enjoying the mountain breeze.
Mrs. Schoollleld, mothcr-lu-law of
John Boring, died In this city on the
15th. Her remains will be removed to
Blountville, where they will bi Interred.
Don't forget that O. Kirkpatrick
Ib the place to buy your groceries cheap-
J. II. Lary, J. M. Altkcn and J. W.
Weight, all of London, passed through
the city Thursday ,cn route to Embreville.
A party of the young people from
this place went up the road Friday morn
ing to visit the Natural Tunnel In Vir
ginia. They were joined by their fi lends
at Bristol, and also at Gate City, and all
beheld tbe grounds of this great cavern
God scooped out by bis own hands. Af
ter they had beheld this they turned their
laces homeward. Tbe ones composing
the crowd thai went from this place wore
MisseB Nellie Stivers, Alice Williams,
Fornlo Barkley, Mairgie Miller, Florence
narrts; Messrs. J. W. and J. F. Crumley,
II. W. Lyle, R. II. Sbortridge and W:
W. Kirkpatrick. Thoy, report a phe
time and that the scenery along the 8.
A., & O. railroad Is sublime. , , ,
2 Bring your meal to G. Kirkpatrick-,
be will pay you a gooa price anu sun you
Robert P Porter presldont oT the
co-orporativc town company, writes that
they will soon settle down on the loca
tion of tbe town they Intend to build, and
will begin work soon. He gave us no
Idea as to where this would be located.
Rev. O. O.Jon os, the great evange
list Is using every effort to have the poo
plo of Johnson City made better. lie
will spend some weeks here if tbe peo
ple desire him to do so.
Pr-f. Oraghlll, of tho Rogorsvilla
Fomalo College, U'ln tbe city trying to
scoure students for his Institution the
Hugh Kirkpatrick. J. A. Febtury
and Chas. Item nunnl through tha
xity last week. They had been at Indi
an Creek fishing. Tbey caught 113 trout
in one day. -
The wind and rain was very heavy
bore Friday. The tent of the Evangelist
Jones was blown down. Ha had to
preach In the church Friday night and
I Saturday .morning.
i W. II. Truslow, who has been at
tbe ocean side for some daysjreturned to
the city Friday. He reports'a'nlce time
and a large crowd at that summer resort,
Real estate is taking a start here,
Considerable prices are now being paid.
8 Uurday the clerk and master sold three
lots In the JCarnegle addition at public
auction; the 1-ts brought .a?good price,
The securing of the steel plant Is' bring
ing the people to action. , Considerable
capital from other states Is being invest
ed hers and the prospects for Johnson
City to become a town are very .'.flatter-
r-8. E. Lynn and family, of this place,
but whb.bas been In Mississippi for some
time, camo to the city last .week. He is
kindly welcomed again.
H. L. Strain,' formerly of Washing
ton College, but who now represents a
wholesale clothing house of Baltimore,
spent Saturday In the city.
A crowd 'went out to enjoy the
beauty (If Unaka Springs and surround
ings. About one-half mile this side of
tbe springs the railing sprang and the
passenger car was thrown from the
trucks; one of the trucks under the
observation car was also thrown 'off4 the
track. The crowd had the pleasure of
walking one-half mile to the- springs.
The crowd was late returning to the city
as the trucks were difficult to get on the
track. Mei Weller and John Engleslng
came to Johnson City to get another en
gine. They walked to Erwln and there
secured a lever car and pulled it into tbe
city, and had an engine fired up and
then returned to the wreck. One of, tbe
cars was not put on the track until Mon
day. The other was placed on the Irall
ing and carried the crowd to the city, ar
riving about 7:80. A nice lime reported.
Clerk's Cree k.
Mr. Alfred Jackso n and family snent
a few days at H. C. Jackson's last week,
A small party from Jonesboro snent
the 4th of July at Clark's Springs. '
W. U. C. Doakins snd family are
spending a few days at Johnson Citv
Mrs. J. F. Deaderick and son returned
to their home In St Louis. Mo.. Satur
Fishing and horseback rldine seems
to be ruling the day on Chucky.
Mr. Hobt. L. Taylor and family are
visiting his brother Alfred on Chucky.
Tbo Jackson mansion is becoming
quite popular for hospitality this sum
mer; quite a swell dinner was given
there last Wednesday, sewed in courses;
covers laid for six.,
Mr. U. J. Deaderick is recovering
from his recent spell of sickness.'
A small parly took In the core and
Embrevllle last week ; a ride of sixteen
The people of Chucky bad tbe pleasure
of listening to an excellent sermon
at Scvlers, Sunday, by the Rev. Polk
Gammon. He will also preach at Enou
Sunday July 10th.
Mrs. J. S. Denkins is expected home
very soon on a visit.
From present outlook that there will
be several weddings In tbe neighborhood
Poabody Scholarship. '
On Saturday, August 1, 1801, I will
bold an examination for applicants for
scholarships in the Peabody Normal
College at Nashville.
The examination will be held In tbe
court-hone at Jonesboro, and will begin
punctually at 0.30 o'clock, a. m.. The
applicant must be not less than seventeen
yeais of age, nor more than thirty; of
Irreproachable moral character; In good
h alth; with no physical defects, habits,
or eccentrlcltlon, which would Interfere
with success in teaching; and must pro
pose to follow touch as a vocation.
The mlmlmum literary qualifications
for securing a scholarship are tbe fol
lowing: Tbe ability to read smoothly,
to wrlto a fair hand, to spell correctly,
and to express thoughts in grammatical
English, to solve problems of moderate
difficulty under all tbe ordinary rules
of arithmetical, snd demonstrate any ordi
nary arithmetic principle; to locate the
cities, rivers, and mountains of the world,
and to give the boundaries of any specifi
ed Stale of the Union; to parselhe words
of any ordinary English sentcne, and
to correct ungramatlcal English: to
solve a question of two unknown quantities-
to describo the leading evenly in
the history of the United States,
Tbe holder of a Peabody Scholarship
receives $100 per annum for two years,
and railroad fare to and from Nashville.
(Signed) F. T. Watts.
Supt. of Washington County.
When you want
fresh bread cakes,
rolls, pies, and in
fact anything in the
RY line remember
vc are the place.
Mail orders promptly filled, and
prices guaranteed to be as low as
tho lowest. First-class Ice Cream
parlor in connection.
Yours to pleue,
Johnson City, Ttoo.
Clerk and taster's Sale or land.
On Chanctrg Court at Jorutbon,
. WaMnston County. Ttnn.
E. Ai Bhlpley, Admr, vs. J. W. Dove
and R. B. Maden.
Persuant tp the decree of said court at
its May term, 1890. revived by order at
uuTcmuer term, low, in tne aoove cause,
I will on Friday, tbe 17 day of July,
ioui. sen u nunnn nuip.rv ia ttm hiirKMi
bidder, at the courthouse door In jones
boro, the property mentioned and de-
scnoea in me pieaaings oi saia decree,
and ordered to be sold, to-wli- Th un
divided one-balf interest in two tracts of
land situated In the 12ih civil district of
wasnington county, Tennessee, on the
waters of Cadir crwk m fnllnwa l.t
The one-half undivided interest in the
tract ot land adjoining the lands of Fred
Devault. R. if. Onr. (7. Wtnna !
The one half undivided Interest In tbe
tract or land adjoining the lands of
David Kitzmlller, Hal. Gray and others,
and containing 42 screa: nr in miwh
thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
compininanvs aecree lor with
Interest thereon from1 Mv 9.M iwm and
Costs of cause, unless said debt. Interval
and costs are sooner paid.
iSRMSor Balk. -Said property will
be sold on a credit of six months and in
bar of the equity of redemption. Note,
with aooroved security, rennlreit nf Hia
purchaser for tbe purchase money, bear
Ing Interest from date of sale, and a Hen
retained on the land thertfor until full
This June 28, 1801.
A. B. Bowman, C. & M.
By W. F. Youhq. D. C'.&M.
FOR THE NEXT
We want to get ready for a full
stock of goods and will therefore
give special bargains for the
NEXT 3o DAYS
on many lines. Now is your time
to get more than the worth of
your money. .
We are already recoiving new
goods, such as men's and boys' hats,
8hoesand clothing. Be sure and
come and see na before you buy.
IJ VIINN W WWII
CAMPBELL and POUDER.
Johnson City, Tenn.
A- Cream of tartar baking powder. Highest
or all In loavonlng strcngth.-LATEgi U. 8.
GOVKHMMKIIT FoOD IlKPORT
FARM FOR SALE.
If VOU knOW inV Afl, .I.- .
deslrahla cnuntrv Knm. t -
Jiast Tennessee, ask them to come and see
near Jonesboro, Tenn.
The farm contains about 272 acres of
land, one-half In rnlilvntinn ih. k.i.... ,
in timber. The residence has 11 rnnmi
Ith brick carriapp h
other out-buildings. Fruit, grapes, shrub
bery etc., with a lovely grove surrounding
the residence, which Is in good repair
and I only ask parties to examine the
property, If they want a good home, near
this town, which s noted for iu excellent
Schools, churchflu mnA nnnA
I he Improvements on this place alone
cost $8,000,00. I will give a bargain in
price and terms to any one who knows
a good thing when he sees it. Come at
once, or address.
T. H. Rkbvks
u Jonesboro, Tenn
no to1 l
. Over hnlf million In
all. Call on or address
6, M. Dillard, M'g'r.,
Johnson City, Tenn
Clerk and Master's Sale of Land.
In th Cltaneery Court at Junwboro,
Wamutgton County, Tenn.
W. C. Ilule vs. R. 15. Maden et al.
Pursuant to the deuree of said court at Its .
Julyspetiiil-ternf.l JSO.In the above cause,
I will on Friday the 17th d ly of, July,
1691, sell at public outcry to tbo highest
bidder, at tbe courthouse door In Jones
horn, tha nrnnitrfv im-nltnnrH an,l rlu
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scribed In the pleadings nnd said decree.
ana ordered to ne soiit as llie property of
the defendant. It. U. Maden, to wit: The
undivided rinii hnlf lntint in lp irnt.
of land, situated In Hie 1:2th civil district
of Washington county, Tennessee, on
the waters of Cedar 'Creek, as follows:
1.. The one half undivided interest In
the tract of land adjoining lands of Fred
Devault. It. II. limv. C V'i 111 nnrl rub
ers and containing 100 acres. 2. The
one-nan undivided interest in the tiact
of land adjoining the lands of David
Kitzmlller. Halo Ornv nrwl rilln.ro un.l
containing 43 acres, with tbe exception
..r 1 1 ...... 1 .1 t, t r i ,
ui u bitcb buiu uu ur iv. i). hitmen ana
J. W. Dove to A. J. ititrni'M? nr an mnph
thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
complainant s decree tor f I40.ISU, with
Interest thereon from July 23d, 1889; -and
the rnaU luHiiHirKft ncntlnBl auM .l,.f.,n,l.
ant and remaining unpaid, unless said
ueoi, interest anu costs are sooner pild.
Terms of 8am .Said properly will
be sold on a credit of six months, and In
bar ot tbe equity of redemption Mote,
with approved security required of thi
fiurchaser for the purchase money; and a
len retaln4 on thu land th.r,if,ip until
A. II. BOWMAN, C. & al.,
Hv W If Vnnm n n 1f
This June 23d, 1891.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE
WOOD & CO
RHEA, WOOD & CO
JOHNSON CITY, TENN.
AU kinds of country product) bought tot
cash and goods. JtytotrS
MADE AND REPAIRED AT -
JOBNSOX CITY. mvJV
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