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Thursday, June 20, 1884.
OFFICIAL PAPER FOR MORGAN, SCOTT AMD
Chapped hands. A few drops of Johnson's
Anodyne Liniment rubbed into t lie hands oc
CHsionally will keep them soft and Iroe from
enret ess. Soldiers, sailors and fishermen
should remember this. It is the best Lini
ment in the world lor any purpose.
A neighbor of ours lost a valuable mure
recently, it is supposed from Lots. If he had
used 25 cent worth of Sheridan's Cavalry
Condition I'owdcrs he would have been driv
I iii? his pretty Chestnut to-day. Sorry for
you, Doctor. These powders are immensely
H" CELEBRATED . IX
Fortify the System.
All who Inive experienced mid witnessed
(io efl'ect of Hostettvr'a Stomach Bitters
anon the weak, broken down, desponding
victims of dyspepsia, liver complaint,
fever anil ague, rheumatism, nervous de
bility, or premature decay, know that in
this supreme tonic anil alterative there
exists a specific principle which reaches the
very source of the trouble and effects an
- absolute and permanent cure.
for sale by all Druggists cud Dealers
Sr. Sorter's Iron Tonic
Tt will purify and enrich the BLOOD, regulate
the LIVER and KIDNEY8,and Ukstuiiic Till
HEALTH and VIQORof YOUTH! In II tlume
diseases requiring vermin mid efficient '" ,
especially 1 Hi.V nt of Appetlte.lmllcei
tlon. Lack of Slrenrtli. etc., lis u is marked
with Immediate ami woimU-iihI remits. Itones,
mimelei and nerves rec lc new force. Enlivens
the mind mid supplies Hruiii rower.
a suffering ti'oin all complaints
LAUIbO peculiar to Uielnexw III tlnd In
Da HARTETt'9 IRON TONIC safe and speed)
curt. It (tives a clear and healthy complexion.
The slronirest testimony to the Talue of 1MI.
Hahtku's Itto Tonic In that frequent atletnpta
t counterfeiting have only added tothe popular
Itroftlie original. If you earnestly desire liraltli
do not experiment-gel Hie Original and Best.
(Send roar ddrMtoThenr H;rtorMdTo V
St.Iul, Mo., for our DREAM BOOK.
Fullof strange and imeful lnlotmtlon,ree.
Dr. harteh's Iron Tonio is for Sale bv all
Druggists ano Dealers Everywhere.
1st COOn ITEAIiTIf fli I.ITKn wait bo kept In nriir.
no. GAiicnsn luct) INVICORATO
Juit wua it nam implies; a Vegetable Liver
Med lcine.andfcedies,s resulting from a deranged,
or torpid condll ol tiis I Jeer: uch asBillouaiiess,
nostireneaa. Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Mnlsria, Rica
llisdsch. RBnmatim,eto. An invnhislile lam
lly Medicine. Kor full information send your ad
drsss on a pnetal rd for KU page root on ithj
"Liver nd Tie Diseases," to DH. bA.MORD, 34
Puane Street, New York. .,,
in UHUWlSt MILL latl, TOO ITS RErUTATlOJ.
The Tlateau uazette lias no
patent outside or inside, but is all
set up and printed in Rugby, and,
for its size, contains more local and
general news, and original work than
nnv other naner in Tennessee. Be-
ing printed, too, from good type, and
upon good paper, with good ink, it
can be read when you get it, which
is saying a good deal more than can
bo said of many papers in the State
It is also trying to do a good wok
for the Tlateau, and should have a
pood support. Let us see your good
works by liberal subscriptions.
Agent wanted fhr Hi Life and Work of
The only romi'ii'te ntory of hit noble life aut tmino
drain. t-rin, itmimin, rfiiaoie. aimam. pnntvu m
Knarliftti And German i h4utiiullT illiMtraln) :
hMiuiaontfl y bound, i--tt4 wiling bKik Tr pub
idhf-H Ht John C BMimlh, LaUD.
f1 A TnTrnVr not Ih catchpenny, r
vAUlivili vArnit campaign book with
which t)i count r ia flooded. The are Utter) f
wort hirst ; outrug upon the memory of the ffreal
(Iran, ana a rnu tuq on me puouc. i nia ooom m
enllrrly nrtr The only work worthy the tbeme.
httud 00. In HinniM for A rears OatfIL
JOMirH bUUTiilUtS JlTO., rublislier, Cincinnati.
A iH-ipiT :ri . .Hint el I lie lleroej
nnii AtlvntiireiH, uo ii their
Vnlprnnd Wur-erMTi In.hi hack
tin- S ,v ae fr"m t he horilen of
vithnnintm- X) I U
J lR,nrVH LilLlii
' I K I II I
RTe th" Ainer
lenn fireu t
i0 pl"Mt uil
llut . Spreimea pp.
freo. Acrws W vin.
4nr Beo. A Co.
the pi' Kle,
yVjSTHE ONLY TRUE
liuii't make ihu mistake of doctoring liver
and kidneys to eure consumption. If you will
lay all other remedies aside and put your trust
in Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, it
will surely benefit you. Try it for coughs and
colds, and see what an excellent remedy it is.
There is no remedy known to science that J-
will so speedily and so effectually cure or re
l eve lumbago, ehronic or acute rheumatism,
swolen of si ill' joints as Johnson's Anodvnk
Liniment used internally and externally.
No one can be ill if the blood is pure. Yel
low Dock and Sarsaparilla root have long been
recoirniaed by physicians as blood purifiers.
Don't be humbugged by the advertisements of
the many quack bitten, but occasionally use
Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla,
and you will live to a pood old age free from
all distress of mind and body Many of our
bet citizens who long .suffered from bad blood
indicated by weak kidneys, indigestion, sores,
aches, etc.'owe their recovery to the use of
In answer to numerous inquiries we have to
say that Siikkiiian's Cavai.hv Condition I'ow
iikiis arc a pure article. We know Ihcm to
I.e. so. They are as much superior to all ott
ers as a good thing is superior to a worthless
Many who long suffered from indescribable
feelings of distress, lame back, aching joints,
sores, swellings, weakness of the urinary and
digestive organs, unnatural feelings of weari
ness, headache, nervousness, despoiiilciicy,
sleeplessness, disturbing dreams, partial in
sanity, etc., after doctoring liver, kidneys,
nerves and brain, with the various quack
nostrums or the dav, and being nearly fright
ened to death by their alarming advertisements
quietly licgan using Dr. (iuysott's Yellow
Dock and Sarsaparilla, and were agreeably
surprised to quickly find themselves restored
to perfect health. No other remedy equals
KHS. LYDS&L FINKH1M, OF LYNN, KISS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Ia a Pogltlvff Cnrs
for ell thmo PUful C'smplitlnU and Weakneuee
oeaaimom teourbeatfi:niale population.
It will cure entirely the wont form of Fetnal eom
plaints, all ovarian trouble, Inflammation and Ulcera
tion, Falling and Displacement, and the consequent
Spinal Weaknets, and la particularly adapted to the
chance of Lite.
It nil duaolre and expo! tumon from the literal In
an early atage cf development. The tendency to can
cerouB humors there la checked very peedlly liy Ita uae.
It rcraoTcs falntneta, flatulency, deitroye all cravtns;
for stimulant, and rellevca weakneaa of the atomarh.
It eurei Bloating, Headachca, Kerroui rroatratlon,
Oencrnl Debility, Sleeplessness, Dcpreatlon and Indt
That feeling of bearing' down, causing pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by Its use.
It will at all times and nnder all circumstances act In
harmony with tho laws that govern the female system.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of elttaor sex this
Compound Is anrarpassi d.
LTniA E. riXKIIAH'8 VEGETABLE COM
POUND Is propared at 33 and 239 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price Si Six bottles forts. Sontbymall
In the form of pills, also of lozenges, on receipt of price,
JU per box for either. Mrs. Plnkham freely answers
all letters of Inquiry. Inclose Sc. Stamp. Sand for
pamphlet Address aa above. Mention thU paper.
Ko family should be without LTDIA E. FINXHAX'8
LIVER PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness,
and torpidity of the liver. 16 cents per box.
jXJ- bold by all Dmaglsta. fa
A SPECIFIC FOR
CONVULSIONS, FALL1KS SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS DAHCE, ALCH0H0L1S9,
OPIUM EATING, SYPHILUS,
SCROFULA, K1XCS EVIU
USLY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
KERVOUSNLSS, SICK KEACAGHE,
R!iEUMAT!S, KERYOllS WEAKKESS,
ERAiN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AKD IRRE&1!LAR1T!ES.
ET$1.50 per boltla.-?
The Dr. S. A. MMi M Co,Proprie:on
Et. 3csp3a., 2jIo. (11)
Correspondence freely answered by Physician
"old by all Druggist.
As It Is for all Uio paisiful diseases of the
KIDNEY8.L1VER ANO DOWELS.
It cleanses the aystera rf the arid poison
that eaaoea the dreadful siinTvlnjr which
only tho victims of Rlieumatlsm can rooliae.
of the wont forma of this trrribls dissrae
havo been Fuicx!y ror.eved. and in short uxae
rniir, ft. form ott nr.r. foi.n ki iiatecisrs.
VHMS. BICil AnSw'OJf ft Co.. Eitrllnrtm, Vt
A No. I (Hrutiswick &c Balkc) Billiurd
Tuhlc. suitahle eithi-r for pool or liilliHrds.witli
room fixtures, cue rucks, ettt.. romnletft. No
reasonable offer refused. Apply to, or address,
W. L. Mallouy, Box 1)5, Rugby, Tetiti.
One liundred and fifty (150) acres of land,
within '1 miles of ltugby, will be sold cheap.
A larpc bouse, ciirlit rooms, with out-buildJ
mgs, well prepared garden, lawn, etc., cheap
Houe and lot, on Central Avenue, for sale,
cheap for cash. The house contains 4 rooms,
l&llU; lot 50x200.
A desirable town lot on Central Avenue,
Rugby, comprixing house and out-buildiugs,
with a well prepared garden, will be sold cheap.
For partieul rs apply at tho Office of the
Plateau Gazktte, Uox 140, Rugby, Tenn.
Will be ready for the Press about May 20th.
And those who are interested in the RUGBY
COLONY, will gain much useful information
Price 25 Cents per Copy.
Further information can be obtained of the
Publisher. E. M. Berry, Box 1 Id, Rugby, Tenn
GRASSY COVE ACADEMY.
This institution has been established for the
education of the children and youth of fhe
Cumberland Mountain rt'trioii. The benefits
of the school are given, wil limit charge, to the
young who are unable, to pay, but a small
charge is made in the cise of others who have
For the Common English Branches, 50 cents
For More Advanced English. 75 cts per month.
For Latin. Greek, ets., $1.00 per month.
Music, Vocal and Instrumental, is taught by
a competent teacher at small charges.
Board can be had in the family of the Princi
pal, as well as with neighboring families,
at reasonable rates.
' Grassy Cove is a delightful valley in the
Cumberland Mountains, the home of refresh
ing verdure and health-imparting atmos
pheric influences. It lies midway between
Crossville and Spring City about 12 miles
The next school year will commence on the
First Uciiday in 'July, 1881.
J. SILSBY, ,
Insane Persons Restored
!M-BHAm&NRVH DlSKAStlS. OnljiJurl
curt jar Piirv Jteiutft. fits, f-nrpsy, tic.
IPAU.1B1.R if taken as d.reclcl. S Titt aft
first try's use. Treatise anl Jij trial little free to
bit patients, tney paying etprrsrnrptnn iwt mien
rerei!. K?mt names. i.t). aiel einrew aldres ,if
afflicleil to !t.KLINIi.oil Arrli St..Hila1lnliia.Pa.
Drag-guts. htWAKS Of IMITATING tRAUlii.
Tlic only known specific Eplleptlo Fits. T3
Also for Spasma and FalUng Sickness. Nervous'
Weakness it Instantly relieves and cures, cleanses
blood and quickens sluggish circulation. Kcutra.
llxcs germs of disease and saves sickness. Cures
A SKEPTIC SAID
ugly blotches and stubborn blood sores. Eliminates
Bolls, Carbuncles and Bcalds. (-Permanently and
promptly cures paralysis. Tes, tt Is a charming and
healthful Aperient. Kills Scrofula end Kings Evil,
twin brothers. Changes bad breath to good, rcmov-
lnff tho cause. Routs billons tendencies and makes
clear complexion. Equalled by none In tho delirium
of fever. A charming resolvent and a matchless
laxative. It drives Sick Headache like the wind.
tVContains no drastic cathartic or opiate. Believes
the brain of morbid fancies. Promptly cures Rheu
matism by routing It. Restores lll'e-glvlng proper
ties to the blood. Is guaranteed to cure all nervous
disorders. IT-Rellable when all oplntos fall. Re.
freshes the mind and Invigorates tho body. Cures
dyspepsia or money refunded.
Dlscasesof thebloodownltaconqurror. Endorsed
In writing by over fifty thousand leading citizens,
clergymen and physicians In TJ. S. and Europe.
taTFor salo by all leading drugglBta. (1J0. (13)
The Dr. S. 1 Richmond Mad Co.St. Josepti.dio.
Wo continno to
tra tie-mar kg, copyrighte. eto.;for
the United States, and to obtain pat
ents in Canada, isngiana, rrauuu,
GcrmanT, and all other countries.
Tiairtvaix vear' nrnctice. ISO
chargo for examination of models or draw
Patents obtained through ns are noticed in
the SCIENTIFIC AMEKICAK. which has
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ential newspaper ol its mmi pnotiHoeum vua
world. The adTantages of such a notice every
Thislarare and splendidlvillnsbated news-
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aud is admitted to be the best paper devoted
to sci once, mechanics, inventions, engineering
works, and other departments of Industrial
nrnrrrnita. nnliliolinil in anv cotintTV. Sincle
copies by mail, 10 cento. 'Sold by all news
Address, Mann & Co., publishers of Soien
tifio American. 261 Broadway, New York.
Handbook about patents mailed free.
ME TO BUGBY
.1 Itl a . . . . .
jew. Hacking Couiih, W
Diseases of tho Spina. Sold everywhere. Circulars tree.
It la a well-known fact that ninstoftlio
llorse ami Cattlo I'nwcler sold In this eouii
try Is worthless ; that Sheridan's Condition
Nothing on Knrth will make hena
lay Uku Shcriiltin'R Condition I'nw.
der. Dimh. nn. tincnn..iiril In n.Ai. t.r
food. It will also positlvelv prevent anl cure
aim am ciiiui,.uiy ciianRo trie Dlood In the ontlrti system in throo uiontlis. Any
poraon who will take 1 Fill each night from 1 to 18 woeks, may be restored to found
health, If such a thins; be possible. For Female Complaints these Fill have no eqnal.
Fhyslctana nse them for the cure of LIVElt and KIDNEY dlscasos. Sold everywhere,
or sent by mall for gSc In stamps. Circulars free. 1. S. JOHNSON 4 CO., Boston, Mass.
-Hjc B TT G B T JlH-
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A CALL WHEN YOU ARE IN TOWN.
185. Illustrated Hand-Book 1884.
For the Farm and Garden, iso pages.
BOO Illustrations, and n bcnattfiil Colored Plate
of Rowers, tells AVhat, When and How to
piani ana is iuii 01 information lnrnlnablo to all
luieremwi m ftarttenlng. Mulled for 0e.t
tu to?p postage.
Illustrated Novelty Wat,
ii.ai'riuiiia me naweil vaiinuiia
llowara, VagatiblM, fa.
is, i rau,riaat,as.
W packets eholcs Flower Seeds (our teltedon), in
cluding WILD OAltllKN KKEPS (a mixture of
100 varieties of Flower Seeds), tor )I.OO.
VEGETABLE GARDEN FOR $1.00.
20 pkts. Choice Vegetable Seeds (our $eltclion,
including Ull.a's Aiticriran Wonder Fca, for $1.
BOTH the above for $1.75. Gardener's Iland
Book telling you how to grow them, sent Fret with
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The largest, handsomest best
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I am now prepared to make good pictures,
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rridays and Saturdays.
PICTURE FRAMES. CASES, ALBUMS,
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nan their subscrivtion accounts
to this paper in full to date, and
one year i n aavance, wui oe pre
nented with one year's subscrip
tion to the .
a sixteen page agricultural magazine, published by
E. A. K. Hackett, at Fort Wayne, Indiana, aiv
which la ranldly taking rank aa one of the leadln
nrnrnltural ouhllcatlons of the country. It Is de
voted exclusively to the Interest of the Farmer,
nitwit nrppder. Dairyman. Gardener, and their
1 louioliold.ftDd every species of industry connected
with tiiat s-rcat oortion of the people of the world,
the Farmer. The subscription price la (1 OO per
year. .Farmers can not well get along without It,
It pnu now ideas into their minds. It teaches
then, hnw in farm With profit to themselves. It
makes the home happy, the young folka cheerful
the growler rontented, the downcust nappy, an
the deniagoane inmost.
A General Stampede.
Never was such a rush made for any Drug
Store es is now at the Rugby Drug Supply for
a Trial Bottle of Dr. King s iew Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. AH
persons affected with Asthma, Bronchitis
Hoarseness, Severe Coughs or any affection of
the Throat and Lungs, can get a Trial Bottle
free, by calling at above Drug Store.
GARDEN GROWTH TEAS.
Families can save about one-half by send
ing to ns for Teas, as we import our own. and
have- done so for forty years. TE GEIGINAL
AlaTSICAlT TEA CO.
Send lor Circular, which gives prices and
full particulars, to ROBT. WELLS,
Prest.. 1. U. Box 1 27, 4 : Vest-v m., New
York. One Dollar's worth of any of our
garden growth. China or Japan Teas sent by
mail, post paid, or a lakub quantity by ex
press, charge paid. lei 1 1 - m
1)0 plateau a7otle
PAST TENNESSEE TBWS
Is published every
The PLATEAU GAZETTE
Is the only paper specially tie
voted to the development of
the important district known
as the Cumberland 1'latcaU,
and its object is to more fully
make known to the residents
of other sections, and thoso
looking for homes, the advan
tages of the plateau as a place
THE PLATEAU GAZETTE
Is printed entirely in the town
of Kugby, and though, at
present, small, contains more
important and readable mutter
than is contained in large
numbers of older and biggtr
he plateau; gazette;
Is not what is known ft a
patent backed newspaper, hy
which is understood a news
. paper partly edited and printed
by some wholesale newsmaker,
and supplied by him to any
one who wishes to insert local
information in the vacant
THE PLAT&AU) GAZETTE
Is edited with care, attention
being paid to matters of the
greatest local interest, of which
not meager accounts, but the
fullest reports are given.
HE PLATEAU) GAZETTE
Is published independent 6f
any political party.
The Plateau Gazette bon
estly endeavors to please nil
parties, but does not expect to
$1.50 A YEAR.
A Correspondent wanted in
every town in the district comprising
Morgan, bcou, itentress, Anderson una
Campbell Count ics.
THE PLATEAU GAZETTE
Is widely read throughout this
country, and in Great Britain,
by those closely, and experi
mentally interested in tho
growth aud well being of
THE PLATEAU GAZETTE
Has every week a full aud
well arranged assortment of
Home and Foreign news.
THE PLATEAU GAZETTE
Publishes concise accounts of
events happening in the State
THE PLATEAU GAZETTE
Carefully excludes all objec
THE PLATEAU GAZETTE
Is printed from good typo,
with good ink, on good paper,
THE PLATEAU GAZETTE
Is one of the . best papers
in the United States when
advertisers wish to meet with
a good class of people.
THE PLATEAU GAZETTE
Is read from California to
New Yo,-k, and from Ne
Orleans to Buffalo.
THE PLATEAU GAZETTE
Is thoroughly alive to tho
" emigrant interests of East
THE PLATEAU GAZETTE
Is not a dry, uninteresting,
flavorless jumble of news, but
a paper of some literary merit.
The Tlateau Gazette it it
East Tennessee Neivs
Is published every
R T T Or -y .
The Plateau Gazette