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m n 1 illtlSTOCNEWS; AD VERTIStNG"; RATES .lauaiiic. m eeopnoa... TIm I'lrflaU HrUB f Um fcy . mmo vIaji. fwAutftAMA. V 09 r"nsr;'rrr jjts i-jr. - -jt a . 11 a . r - ii it n a. ......... i , ! .1 . J . - turn mma ! , I.. Cr FOWLER., U if ntfd fiery TtnuJivj at fl.CO per innum, I on (f paid in adrance, t,r0. ( V-J"'' W T O wi U V.-- 7'A Edilt of e Sna it not repontt'Ue for opinion ttpmted by correspundenttK) ' JOB WORK- v , , ,?i I'rtevleJ icith netn'U tftuHityafcA et Xeic J York pricees t.X-X r ' ... . - of j the universal success of '-Brown's Iron Bitters is sim ply this: It is the best Iron preparation ever made-; m " ' r compounded on thoroughly,, (. . ( scientific fthcmical and medicinal principlesrand does just what is claimed for it no more and no less. "By thorough and rapid - - assimilation witlrthc blood, -.it teaches levcry art of tlxe " ''" system, healing, purifying' ' and strengthening. Com mencing at the fouadation it builds up and restores lost f , J health in no other way can " i i lasting benefit be obtained, - I A f i- Ar)rw.kMOfnch(lirtburn)iMl , j i . j s .A aiMrvdilai I at nn Bw tiiraii, ' . 4 I couli U fcul lilii. I have f . taiiMi lh pmcripttoftt of )on . i' rknldmac, bulfot no rvlltf umll H 4i , j look Browa'a Iron Hiiun. 1 M -, mm of Itw I4 Iraubln, ad m ' r ..... .; ,., 1 am amah ' airengw, a4 M Snt-m. -1 m ' '., railroad (MjlMtr, a4 aaw auk . I I ' , aaf trip, ratukrlr. I eaa aot f , " im much In tmiM of rmr wondar. ; ;i v3 Brown's". Irok - Bitters 2 does not contain whiskey - or - alcohol, - and - will - not " blacken the teeth, or cause 1 headache and conVtipation." '" It will cure dyspepsia, indi gestion, heartburn, sleep lessness, dizziness, nervous ' debility, weakness, &c. V ! Vwoalf Broa'f IraalUlMraaudcVT W M SrotaChlcICo.,llilao. Crowd " txl lioca aad Iradt-maik ea wrappar. . Tt'K.HHAY, MAY lit. Ish-j, l: V I JN'I' 'A i'ii. ' ' M KN'I . . JO'JQ-T r. .Tainrs Tt. Imk. n well knwu I'hvli Inn il'TMi'vt ll 'niiniy. ntnl re niHly fr lx yrar h'lk of tln County 4'niirt, itlsl Moiii 10 u li it.i.V ag'i, iigi'd oinf r ywirs.! Hennlor NVwlierrv, lemler of ihe Ulg 1. HH.ke yesleiilny it N week 1 iiu nt Wvlhevlllo t'oilll. f'ol.' Hob tfajvr. uvMsltlio limb oil' Mwhmi lh unhl Xen Slurry and lb iree, himI iu h a vmsh us folhiMcil litis not for vriirs been heard til Wvlhv lt M't lhi .lew-t.oeusts! NettU'iry was lerrihly almslw, but lliose iH'ople sst iIom ii oil him and will not grt, up ,uutll, dHiMu V Kesoliilk'ii WrM iasieil' with bur lo dissenting vote (said Irt 1m Kunders) endorsing Ms bone and the crnico, and condemn lug New berry and the Illy Four. Ilooui ! lloom: 'J ''7 ""i t i ; I IVA'fiife nv! tin. Juekson, of W'vot Virginia, lias appointed Adam l". Hnvder liidgn of the Supreme Court o ApiK'ils of that Stute, to succeed .ludge Jameit T. pat pni deeeiiiMNl. The new bulge s about, tiny years of aire, and has eeii nl'kliAwleilged lender of the (Jreeu- brier county liar. r''l'Unl blisid for ersl U rf.e .'II DM roiiliPitr anvthtmr dian last Tims lay, hi (.olAnf H." J' J 117 minus 90 shows a ililVetvHce of 57. There'i turk In WM AiiiitlHrak lie' ure. One hundred , and seveiilren of . the CoodtMm voters tieemnl to think the blmxly rlreulaf wasn't ' quite the tiling. '" lfow rapli!y"ji'fjijilli'ecem dying out. AiMrsisliig Colored MnU lirtcr nlnlit. Is hl'rnt1y lfohihiK pouitlur jA WW Till sicret Tits beaut If iiP Ftlndera declare It Is not they who are bringing atilf ' lo , take from the colored co(i the 100. thoii 'sand dollars voted to them by 1 1 1 ., Itead Juateri to'trnlM' their Xnriul Collcgr. ,: Dut titer Innnef ntlr declared It U exact ly right to do so. , All ithl Sir, stick a Jdn there, ' ' , ... , . .. i ; , I " "H-'l I I I . II l I ' . Thu early Vlnl catches (he worm, but rarljr Ham caugltl thunder.at Wylhevllle the 8th day of May lHHi. .... - - V 1 - !" Oh, Captain Xewlterrv, " 4 Yclept Oranger Sam, . You fotch up to Wythevllla j - .. Your Wglietiei Ing rami ' Ym, lifted tltelliAcj.j lint linderyour lull , Mltlo Iloh riaj-era, )- rrt n rl .cMapll-of the lawyers,' JininUJ Poked your famed Chestnut burr, aim lie Nikei it up fur. t i And tint's what linppctteil,1 To you Captnlit Ram,1' ' ' . When yoit titiorfl on Mayer . , Yuur Bl I ttatlerlng ram. IVh'en ron g fMMk to Tthiiid, ' W ith ymtr ftttlele tanned, You ean alt on that Chestnut burr, nsd With your vision impter, You'll then bare to tackle ' .Hiniiilo llonaker! l-J aJ. lut. -CT-v-.' WMEiXyiLirvBRISTOL, VIRGINIA & TENNESSEE, TUESDAY,. The Conflict on Mara. r .r Prof, j'roctorthe great Awtronomcr, tins obscrvieit oh Uie face f tlio planet Mar, n Hcrlcsof wlintBPctiiRtolie straight oiiimlg cut between ot'eHim, allowing that Jt Inhnbllants arc fiiBtclnaa lleadjiioters, anil have set down on the crooked wavs of Bonibonlsni. Marg U the planet nest ouuidc of the earth, mid St Is the best known and mapped of all of them. Its two poles are covered with Snow and ice. Doubtless between them It has been hot enough lu the conflict bttueeu ioiiio progrewlre Mahonc, .lio hap arisen there and the Bourbons, who liavo had their day and doubtless issued many a bloody circular, calling themselves by the respectable natne of Democrats. , Jtevitalizlng tho . blood Is mlutely necessary for thu cure of general debili ty, weakness, lassitude, &o. Tim best enrleher of the blood Is Jlrown's Iron' Hitters. ! i '' Have j ou liver ! ' Known my person to be seriously III wunout a waU ntomaeb or Inactive nveror Jtldncya? And when these wrgaim are In goixj condition do you ..... .1.-1 . . v. uuu uieir possessor en loyiit good health? I'urktsr's Ginger Tonic regit uieamese importnut organ, makes me uiooti rich and pure.and strength n every part of the Byateni. Bee oilier column. ; . A TERRIBLE CRIME DUBLIN. IN TUB 8Al) PATE Of tORT) C. VKS I DISH AND THOMAS IIA Vlf.AXD HUH K K-A S8 A SS I X A T K D IX 1'IKK- ! TiX!.PAnKm)unn.E ci LMi- XATIOX OF A 1.0X0 I'OMTICAL ... AU1TATI0.N I'AUTK. I'LAHS 01-' .Till; TUAOKOY, Ac. t . f I By Atlantic Cable.). DctnlN ot (he Crhno. London, May 7. i hu Obtmner't dis patch trom Duliliu gives the lolloping particulars, of the murder of Lord l Yeil- eilt'k I iiveinlish ami Sir. Km k. v A boy states that wiiilq biiil-nesting In I'luenix1 l'atk yesterday nl'icinooii he saw, about 200 yards from liiiu and close to the road, a group of men, who ap peared to him to lie wrestling. He thought they were roughs ami paid no particular attention to them, lie then saw imo of the men fill and four others lump Into a cur and drive ranidlv lowar 'Impel Iml. Me Is unable to give a de scription of their appearance. The park was crowded In many places at the limit of tin' tragedy, Many persons were Kit ting or walking wiMilu a lew l:iinlreil yards of w here the bodies w ere found, hut heard nothing of I lie affair. I'oliee parailed the park shortly alter the occur rence and fruitlessly semelied every hole and corner for the murderers, Mr ilurke whs found with bis throat cut al most, from ear to car, and his hands bore marks Indicating thai, he had bad a tierce and lengthened encounter. - Ono of the wound of fird F. Cavendish was a dag ger thrust which penetrated his right lung, and his left aim was smashed to nulp. Many of the wounds on both bod ies were such a must have been Iiiiiik' ilinlely latal. The persons w ho fniiiid the bodies were detain mI by the police. The correspondent of the Press Asso ciation at Dublin telegraphs as follows: "A gentleman Informs me iliat at about !f o'clock on Saturday afternoon lie saw a country csrof peculiar build diiv lug through tiraftonsrivet. It contained four very suspicious looking fellows, with blackened faces, and wearing slouched hats pulled down In front sons 10 some extent conceal llielr faces." "A telegram to Lord Darlington shows that Lord Frederick fell first, mortally wounded by a stab. Mr. Ilurke strug gled for a lime but fell, slabbed In sever al places. It Is believed Ids Jugular vein was severed. The four men then drove rapidly away. dipt. Orealrlx, of t lie dragoons, w ho tbOMghl tho matter bud forii a drunken row, said, as they passed. "You have roughly handled I hem," They replied roughly, "You Istd d." 'drealtlx says, he can Identify one of the men con cerned In lite nssNHsliiatloii, and u gate keeper of the park says he can Ideutlfy two. The victims of the tragedy are laid out nn beds In the ho-pllal hut as they were br'uigbt In. The (topal surgeon stales that he fancied he felt a slight pulsation lit Mr, Ilurke' ltody when he first saw It. Telegram were Immediately sent lo all the police stations In Ireland and (licet llrlialii glvlntf Information of the murder. It has been uu'erlalmd Unit C inlcr Secretary Hurko walked from the castle lo tho pin k gates, v here he got on a car, and while driving, through the park overlook a gentleman, who was un doubtedly Lord Frederick Cavendish, on foot. The caiman returned to the chy. Mr. Hurko had long been regarded with exircmo dbifnvnr by the iinilonal Ists of Ireland. Orders have been Issued thai all bonis from Ireland be searched for Hie nsas sins," The faeo of I-nrd Frederick Cav endish as h lies dead In the hospital Is culm and peaceful. Mr. Iturke'a coun tenance has look of great agony, ('apt. Koss, lale Secretary of Mr, Foist ee, bin koiih w Itli Serliil report, and as llm repn sctilalve of Karl Spencer, to London. It was repelled at Dublin to-day that Mr, Ilurke was the victim whose assassi nation bad been plsiiiier, and that Lord Frederick CaVeinlUli was only killed he cane lie was In Mr. Ilurke'a Company, i Tho lliilitest on tho IxMlles of (he vic tims was oMned to-day. Twenty Juror, had been summoned over night, and nil answered to their names , except two, Miejury consisted of gentlemen. Moun ted police occupied the hospital yard, There wn a huge crowd of people' out side. Mr. rt'hj tes, clly coroner, said ho summoned tho jury lo meet mi Sunday III order Hist the remains might be re moved at once. If o declared language was Inadequate toexprcss the Imrroraud shame which all must feel. After the MiVAin)wd Hi- ba.lttie- twOner iijIiii ibs)eaiisi'steitth as iitlte sppsreotilmtthnf M would totniirii tin tiiiiei,uutlH..Alonilsj' fnr'tinl pvl 4lCAe. mj.iij SjouT1-"'."" - The innrdnr must have Keen quite vis ible from the window of Hie vlce-rrtral lodge, J( Ii said that Larl Sjciim hlui-,' self saw the seullle from Ills bedroom window, but the police arc unable to vouch for the accuracy of the rumor. Tho Duke of Devonshire, the father, and the Marquis of llartington, the brother of Lord Frederick Cavendish, have started for Dublin. It is thought possible that the House of Coininocs will adjourn shortly after meeting to-fbiy as tt mark of sympathy. London society, beginning with tho Queen, who sent a telegram of condo lence to the family' of Lord F. Caven dish, has uiade a demonstration of sym pathy as remarkable as that which occurred on the death of President Gar field. Many columns of the morning papers are filled with the mimes of those who called to express sympathy with the relatives of Lord Frederick.' The re mains of Lord Frederick will ho con veyed to England on Tuesday, and interred at Chatsworlh on Wednesday. M iigulrc, one of the men who discov ered the remains, says that only nine or ten minutes elapsed between bis meeting Cavendish and Burke alive and well and finding their corpses. It Is believed Mr, Ilurke was aware that his movements were dogged. Ho had frequently been advised to have nil escort, but always refused. There will be an Itidlirnation incctlns of citizen of Dublin on Monday, the mayor presiding. A huge subscription a-a reward for information lending to the discovery of the murderers Is talked of. VIFWS OF IMItN'KM. AND HIS FlttKXDS MANHISTO. LyxnoN, May 7.-Keporlers of the Press Association have had interviews with M r. Parnell and Mr. Davliton the subject of the , assMEslnntion. Mr. Parnell said: "I am horrified more than I can express. Tills is one of the most ntiociotis crimes ever committed, lis effect inustcertain ly be most damaging to the interests of the Irish people. 1 have always found Lord i rederlck Cavendish a mostauiia hie gentleman, pains-taking, andstricilv conscientious In the fiillfilincut of his oUlcial duties. I did not shun! the (lis npmilinincnt expressed In liberal Irisl circles regarding his appointment, as I aniiclpated that t lie principal reforms during the present session, such as the antciidnif nr. of the land act, would be under Mr. Gladstone's personal super vision, anil I nelived Hint administrative reforms would he some what positioned. I cannot coucieve that any feel ion of the people of Ireland could have ,ilnlieil de liberately against i he life of Lord Frede rick, and I am surprised that '.lie Dublin police, who had Iven able toportect Mr. Foster, should apparcntlv not have tak en any steps lo vwilch over his successor during ibe few hours of his clllclal life in Ireland. 1 Here seems lo he an un happy ilcHlny presiding over Ireland, which always conies til a moment when (here seems some chance for lite coun try, to destroy llie hopes of her best friends. I hope the people of Ireland ill take iiului'diale mid l.l'il 'I leu! kIci s 'n express, their nympiKhy with Mr. tilatl stoue is Ids most painful position." Mr. Davftt said : "Xo language I can nosslbly command can express lite horror with which I regard the murders, or my despair at their cnuscfnicuccs. When I heard of llieiu on Saturday night I could not credit the news, I errivc to think that w lieu the government had Just run a risk hi introducing a new policy when everything seemed luiirlit and hopeful w hen all ex peeled the out rages lo cease lids terrlble'evettt should dash our hope-. I wish to God I hail never left Portland. The, 'crime wis without motive. It Ih not ll;t ' most fa tal blow that has ever been struck at the land league, hut one of' the most disa strous hloivs Which liava been sustained by the national cause during I ho last cent lire Its occurrence nt this particu lar juncture seems like a tcriihlciicRilny. Mv only hope la that the ;issnslns im'iv be illstNivered and punished as they de serve. It Is wonderful how the outrage could occur within u few hundred yards of Ibe constabulary depot. -Dr. Dillon, in an Interview, ' said be leenly deplored the' sorrowful tldhi'M, lie lolly concurred in the opinions on the outrages exprcsMd by Messrs. Par nell ami Davtit. Mr. Sexton said : "I tun bewildered mid horrilleil. 1 regarded Lord Freder ick Cavendish as an amiable and pains taking gentleman. He was ccriiiinlv cuiiald:rrd a capiiblcadiululsirntnr, The first teellng on (lie appointment o Lord Frederick was undoubtedly one of dis appointment, but ll. began to he gradual ly uiideiNlood that Mr, Gladstone Hi nt him to Ireland lo have the advantage of the service of one with whom he had long worked, thereby enabling lilin to apply his own will more freely, to the Irlsli dllllciillles. There is no reason to believe that there was the slightest per sonal feeling against, Lord Frederick In any political quarter or Ireland. I can lint help surmising (tint be must have Is-cn mistaken bv Hie murderers for soma one ise. ,ur. Kurke ha. I Ih-cii connected with ilio caul In for many years. Public feeling from lime lo time deutillcd lilm with nutty harsh inea.- ures, hut well lulormeil persons have al ways held that Mr. Ilurke confined him self rigorously to his duties. He was miner aveise than otherwise to concern ing himself w ith political mailers He wastery little known to the Dublin populace. He ns present, iiiireeoirnlz- ed, at a great politics! meeting lu Phieulx Park l ist nituiner. lie belonged to a Inml-ow lug family. Many people have fora long time believed dim to be I he je st Governor of Ireland. The crime Is the more Inexplicable when one consld- in the good temper or the crowds at re- illl.lllir fll'llf I lift t'llll, AMI, If 111,, Ml,. ...,. la O ,-. ..... ..r-. it Plir-irv, in. Mr. Sexlon remarked "that the new imparl ur of the government has not yet shown It cfl'ecls In the local administra tion. The resident and simtIhI inset- strates still continue to nrrest ladles and otheri connected with the efforts to heller evicted tenants. The representa tion of the Irish member In the House of Commons have been fruitless so far as emmlng (he mtliorlilca to discourage ImiIIco brutalities." Mr Sexton pointed out particularly the tiring on the people at Halllnn. "It is perfectly notorious," lie aui "Hint irnpt Hiitliorlile continue lo allow Ibe M)l1cn to exasperate the people, nnd thru take advnnlnire of their exasperation to shoot Idem down, It must be rutlle to expect any good results from the premise of legislative lin- pm.emeiil." There dave been boatllemsnlfestnllon In Iiomtnn wgalnst Mr. Davltt and sever al f the released suspects staving nt the Westminster Palace Htel. One respect ably dreaaed person had to lu forcibly rvuiuved from the hotel. I'licse uiiiiil- s f .Jin,. ) , " , , 1 i , Jan 'it, '82-Iy festal Ions are merely an Index of public feeling. Xothing serious has occurred. Conversation lu puiilie resort generally, is in rnvor or some Kimt or martial law. A meeting of the Irish parliamentary party has uuen convened Jiomtay. . Mr. .instill aicrartny, replying to an I interviewer, said he waslnii slate of cim- sternnnnlion, and fully agreed that the result would be disastrous to the Irish cause, at least for somo time. Mr. Iliggar deeply deplored the trag- S-nSiS'lS' J;S::: "in: ui inc iirunt viiiii'Anriin in uic iiurilll uieiiibers. ICxperii nee the Dest Gui.Io. The reason why women every where used Parker's Ginger Tooio in, because they have learned by experienco the Oest guldo that this excellent medi cine overcomes despondency, periodi cal headache indigeslon, puin In the bnek and kidneys, and other troubles of the Bex. 7owd Journal, Debilitated persons, ami sit H'crcrs from wasting diseases such as consumption, scrotum, kidneys nllecllons, will he greatly be null i ted by using Urowu'slron tuners. iloiii the Rickmotd Whig. It lias been often said that they who expecl nothing are blessed for Ihey shall not, be disappointed.' The Flinders, however, exhibit an example (lo let the in tell It) of how disappointment Itself may bring tin greatest graiirtcatioii, Kvery body knows that they fully expected the isupreme i ourt oi Appeals lo issue a precinlory mtdtiinun against Gitt:i:Niiow in the case of Axroi vs. liii:r.Miow, pt'oiiounritig the so-called "Coupon Killer (till, Xo, 1," uneonsliliilinnal and i I, ami commanding the receipt of the t.'iN-cotipons for all taxes and other dues due the Slate. It was expected that thus a prompt and llu.d blow would he given to the Itldtllfbcigcr scheme of Itcadju.M- uieui, ami tlinl I Ik; liroliei s and 1' itudei s Mould be made once nunc Ihu masters of the situation; for it Is held that, in such case, the Stale could not have appealed against her own highest tribunal, ami that the inatUiiiiun would have ended tho slrile. I his expectation itt Is obvious) was a big thing" a very "big Hung"; and yet the court, decided to not issue the NimoiMiM pivctrcly the reverse thlngoc eurriiig to that w hich the Flinders so fondly hoped (ur.tcitli n rraitlt i7m pritctintlh mfikr the JfraiijiMter rmi)lt tr victor fur till Hint. For llie matter now goes to the I'ulteil Slates Supreme Court, all of w hose recent, decision (IncludiiiL' that of Tennessee rs. Sxkf.iO are lavor- able to the Slide and adverse to the bruk eis upon all Hit: real points of power, u iticlple, process and practice Involved u Axiom vs. GnuiiMiowi and even if Ihu Federal Court should ever reach llie case anil decide il against Ibe Slate, the mailer w ill have been settled by time In a way which w ill lie beyond the reach of review nnd reversal. All the proba bilities are, however, that should llie Federal Court ever roach the case and decide It nt all, It will decide precisely a" it did lu Tciincsssco r. Sm kp and oilier related cases. a the Flinders affect to be rehdeed at this outcome of the vaunted Itnv.vi.i. proceedings, nnd are actually bragging over a condition of things which gives every advantage to Ibe Kcadjuslcrs mid leaves them nothing ! J'hcir mountain has labored nnd brought forth a ridicul ous mouse t nnd yet they leill Iheproduct oi llie parturition as a matter or high graliilntlon 1 They still claim to have great expectations', nnd we suppose that they are prepared for every manifesta tion of Joy w hen these, too, are brought to defeat and disappointment! ' TKUTII IH MKJIITY. When Dr. Pierce, of Itufl'alo, X. Y.. announced thnt his "Favoriie Prcscrlp lion" would poslilvely cure tho many disease and weaknesses peculiar to wo men, some dnnhfed, and continued to employ the brush nnd caustic local treat ment. Hut the uilirhtv truth innduallv became acknowledged. Thousand lif I idles employed the "Favorite Prescrip tion" and wero iipeedlly cured. Ily druggists. Some heathen, are not as much of tho heathen as we think; read a Mahometan proverb, "God has bestowed the iroisl HiliiL's of this world to relieve our neces sities, not to reward our virtues; these will he rewarded lu another world." We know of no greater necesslt y lo be relieved, than a stubborn cold, niul w e know of no better relief than Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup. i letter From Eatillvillo. Jknr AVh-i Xothlngfo write this week much.. Money I aenrce except holey money, w e have fun over It. Some shave it. ami some don't. The one who don't are called clever. Home of n merchants have undertaken friend I. A. Xlckel ili.it . advertising for sliver with holes. e see in-day a Utile circular of Isaac. promising to give (lib a best coffee for $1 Willi a nine in it ; iuh.s nice for f l w ith hole in it ! u tine cigars for J.ic with a hole In ll ; I lb good tobacco for 7,"n with hide In It, and so on. Ike Is a Vood fellow, lie ought to luive him a w Ife with Domestic ipinlille and charming lltaek eyes. H. I a bale old bachelor of sixty, or dinarily with whltn hair. The other day a friend met him nnd exclaimed nt seeing his plll'ple black locks: "How' lldsr Have you Inken toilvcingr" "Ob, no," replied II., "but f am In deep mourning, MAY 16, 1882. 'Spring and Summer 'Stock -for (Siki 1) iyiM ill Goods at Wholesaleind Retan;S: Wvm Has tHe Largest Stock of Mens, ;.Touths;:Boys'ani.Ohil. drens Spring and Summer Clothing evet brought to mis luarjiaoii. meiuiianib are mviiea inspect mese UOOUS, - Suitsat all prices, from $2 up to $30; Hats from 25 ctsup to $5. THTJOSTKIS .A-N X) VALISES AT ALL Pitioiss; f,' lf, Airents for tie EIGMIE No. 6 JAMES How Did He Know. "I'le., sir, give a few cent to a poor blind man?" i . , ., "Arc von entirely blind r" . "Yes," air." . . "Haven't anything for you, to-day." "I aunnnse von think because you wear tiiilil pants, and have got your hair lull toil in the middle, you arc somciMiiiy. You look like that mnii who was hung lu Washington countv last week you loug-leirired, red-hcaded, frceklml-faco galoot." Texas Sll'liiis. ... ... soMi itonY's child. Soineho.ly's child Is dying dying with flush of hope on Ids young face, and somebody's mother thinking ot the lime when that dear face w III he hidden w here no lay of hope can brighten It because there was no euro for consump tion. Header, If the child . ho , your neighbor's, take this comforting wind to llie mother's hearts before It Is too late. Tell her (hat consumption Is curable; that men are living to-day whom thu physicians pronounced Incurable, be cause one lung had been almost destroy ed bv the disease. Dr. Pierce "Golden Medical Discovery" lias cuiti hundreds; surpasses cod oil, iivpopnuspiiucs, anil other medicines In curing this dUcasc. Sold by druggists. A man who deieeied n piece of balk in Ids sausage visited the butcher's shop to know what bad become of the rest of Ibe dog. The butcher w as so affected that lie could give Mm only n part of the tale. In tiie cure of severe cough, weak lungs, spilling of blood, and the early stage of (.ViHSKmpfeiti, I'r, rterce s Golden .Medical Discovery mm ns-oiii- heil the medical faculty. While it cure the severest coughs, It strengthens llie system and ;u(n'rf the blood. Py drug gists. i ii m . ' ....ll. . .i...'.".n.J... . 1. . W. F. RHEA. Attoi'iioj'-nt-Tjivw, WITH YOltK & ITLKKRSOX, i . (Vn. & Teiin.) Ilrlstol Tennessee. n 4 issi tf. Medical. dr j7f hTcks, " Physioian & Burgeon. FriiiK on Fifth Btrttt, Iwoilnon frnni Main ii ii i no l, u;iVrV. At vn. OlTon Ids rrofnssiuasl strYlee lo tlii Public. Will (tiro epeesl tts nllnn to Di- ssnaes of th r.yt, nil Uhrnnlo illssssei nil I'.isensss (liculisr lo foiusles. Aug. II, 1K74. If. 7)cnlal. DR. J. M. KINO, (ffrii.itci'. Hit bnUimnrrVtillrlnf tHnttUHtw fry. Will soltnitlnonlly I'srftirin all Dental ore- rations ami guarantee s'lllaftcllon WILL Itli AT aHIITOI,, r.nn., from lha 1.1 lo ll,a -III, i,f a,k . b t Olllc, I k alraal. 1.1 dnr fi.f Main, t'MW. 1'min., fri.in Ilia Ot li In Ilia IHU vt eb , L. , .1.1.. , . , . . . , . . . Joiimnu.S CITY. Tann.. Iha rsinal'inltr of Ik mnnlh , nflira, Or. Sa.ln.rn'a nil oft... Uaf ll,'7,-l. DR. S. W. RHEA, " RKHIDKNT DKNl'IST Ortieo nvxl door to Maillt' Art Oallery, MAIN PTIIEKT, U1II8T0L, UNN. Will hi nt Dfountilllt i II. (( JlfJut y h. r grant, iXni Formerly Pr.,fa.or In Bill mors Denial Cutis , 1 Lnto rofesor of ' DENTAL MATERIA MIDIOA and TljMUArKUTlCH In the New Orleans Dental (Jollegt Kormsr President Hmttbern (noiti Xninuul) Dental Aaioelaliou, aud latt President Virginia Dental Association, ARINODON VIRGINIA. Wilt be at Htlalol lat week of each month, offlc Mm. rrppcrV Malu btreet. aj.rllO'ljO-lf. Whole Na 858. No. 35 n. .. . - w a a .iff.-Ki m a .ia aa aaaa aa aa m PATENT SHIBT, Price $i ; NEW BLOCK, n it i sr n. -.Trii,ji'rt'-iiv '.iiw.H.ii1-!. ii ' y i, , , -MSV, : A ' ' .X. ''!';', xf ' ' il ! ' i''. ; 'V-iip- ' "i "- ' 4t 'oJ 1 '''WW IH !- -si - xbr' ".v:',":r. t i-! !' " aaiiai lna - , tTiiT. i , J ' w . PICKEN'S INFORMATION for the PEOPLE. A rrCtCKN m:u to announcf. , AXD EXLAUOUD PKKMIMLS AKK KOW COMPLK'I'KD. i . i I i . . i : i J " ' . - - , W HAVING BOUGHT MY .... ,, i From First Hands, and ; SAVING MY CUSTOMERS THEREBY ALL' MIDDLE' 4 ltXTKSl) A CORDIAL 1 XV IT AVION TO DROP IX AXI SHE Open Your Eyes if not Your Pocket-Books am fully Prepared to do a Rousing Buslnoss, 'and tny 'favori .,, , .. .will be duly appreciated. - ' . - - MODEL ' JEWELRY 5TOBE, Urirttol. 'J'uiUa. II. C. ALDERSON, ; Atrorriov'irtt-LaNv 1 AND OKNIill.VL COLLLCTIXa A0CNT8 TAZKWELL.tVII., VX.'. Will be In regular attendnnce on the court of Tasewill, t.'io olreult couit if Wasbliigton and Husimll Dwuiitlii ml Federal court at Aid ngdoi., Hpee UI attention gl van Ui to the claim of creditor against bankrupt lu t It Frdoral court at AbliiRdon ,. . . D. Y. Il.il.ur. ' 11 Vf. D.McCaoair.t, BAILEY &McCROSKEYk ! ATT0HNEV8 ANDHOLItllOna, , 1 tJUIMToL, TKNN. c VA.V . Atlenl all tin Ctiirls l Pi ll,h aad Waaliinglon Ooiuill, Trt. !V Id anion tad Scutt, V., and fiJeral Curl at Kui villi ami AhtD(.a.' AuglJ-ly FRANK T. DARR' ATT8RN8T ARO tOUNCELLOH AT LAW, Cultediom thruiiyfioul S. Wt i'n,, frMllta lHf In Hi f rrn'rlanf Wa.Miiatori, Hn.a.ll aaaa.rlS.lk.r.Sanll.ir,r.r4I.V .p. a.al.M Wjrkalll. AManllnnanl .f.M.h..lr.n in ka.int.a t.aki wkaa ainrf , j M. W, IFLOUnNOY, Attorncy-at-Law, lmiSTOJ,, TKNN. Will fraetlo in Ids Co.iH ..r Wsslilti(. ln(tnB n'l Ptiott l.'imnilrs, llm ( ourt of Ap wils nt V., and lh I', 8, IMa'rlcl ami t'lr tull 1,'oiirti si Alilne lcu, V. Null?, I8M-1; " I,'".,"""" Ihr mvaM J,""...' '" !y.ruM w.... A,i mml !",. " tv -..anjn tooi lomtkninti. ra(prtin. mfmm ........ yrrimt. jutiwcwuntin. aa.... M.M.ntMii u . ..A ( ftoiffa mil. Hth ist l(, ....... m J"4 aKr r(r tettt U r ipi.dy aarl (. 1882; '-Tie liest Sliirt in tie world. " ,r..f., Yiu .0 Term, A aa, 'i- ifi-Jj m oh GooDsox, .1-.. -l ' I ; i. !-...' Ik t )-i ( . . i . t ,! :! ) ... t ,- f t Jl S)Jl ,t V. " t J"' that ii ih itEuoxHTmirrrKn ri tt .-' ' ' from Manufacturers only, PROFITS; l ": .':! i I i-.i : TO ALL Ml'FUlKXDH ME. IT COSTS XOTJIIXO, , ..... : . . t i... i I i .1 .'. t u uj uij ar.a,,. 'lYofestionat Card, . n. iu uutlik. u b. (I. McDowell. ': BUTlER A UcDOWELL', ' v' A.ttornoys-atl4iiv, ' A.1D 0LfClT(iR8 IH ClUNCtRV, ii - llMHTOLj TKNN. OlflCC CORaER MAIN AND JTMf ?m,TI PKOMl'T alliniiua iva to all ui I i,l rails J lo euriuiri, Tin eUollna of ihtlmi pli4 Ii vtirbaa.li will rari tptciai att.ihtlnB. fi -' ', aiy 17 T0 tf l'r!'JonN'a(vniizt8.ta . , j A ttovnyfct-tw Will )reiii la thiUaaty J ClMyl fuiirt of WmI.UkIo. Hcotl. fwjlh at4 Rlll)l.' All llthl Clarllf iuaaaal t.8. MalilotOurt. , VU Ppcolal silcntlou jiald i Mir, In fjaak rupaiy, CIDciMala fltml, AblDjJn,V. Hri.Ja-l, ,. ,.,iviit..n.j!l k. ribKmoir, !., . - .Tii7rY T: " i Brl.lol,Tin. , , J Aktttfin, T. ,,;rULKER60Nft PAGE, i ,AttoP7tya-tU'Iirtw4 - -1 HUIl)T0b, TKN.N. and ABI.NODQN, Vi. pitACTiriC Irt ill lit. CourU of L Waahlfiglon ivionty, tho t'nIM Mtalea CourU at Ablqg lon,. ami tha Court of Appeal. , nova '81 -If ( W.F. FOWLER, D.D.S'" 1 OIUOKNVILLE, TENN. ' ' WILL fumlih rarllal M faf) mIi TraTH aoiordlng l tb aioal tmprov. id niflhod,!! kri tartlN caaaol vUlt Id Ofllei, il ,k a a.l tskl llraaIOM. HIIIb n.J Eilrantlni doai, n4 all vark Kanrai.Kai no Wora Mil I4 liffpt fne 1 I " L .T r. ..-t a a A 4 1 '-IV if CmIi, 'I'l. 1 tf.