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The Dignity of Labor.
The Best Way to Make Hay. One f the best farmers in East Tennessee presents the following to his brother farmers for their consid eration. We copy from the Knox ville Chronicle : Some time ago, I astonished a dealer in agricultural implements, who tried to sell me a hay tedder, and who enlarged on the labor-saving quality of his machine, by tell ing him, that I preferred to leave my hay entirely undistnrbed between mowing and hauling and therefore, would not use a tedder, if I had one. Probably the good man thought, I was only "a talking," yet that is ex actly the way I make hay, and I be lieve I am making better and more hay, (besides saving work,) than by the old method. I have followed that plan for several years and am doing it again this year. Only yes terday we hauled some nice hay, which had been exposed to two good showers, laying flat as the mower left it. I feel satisfied that it would have been almost worthless, if it had been in cocks during the rain. Un til four years ago. I was of the opin- j ping wood, and repining at his lot. The following was published in the Memphis Ledger several years ago. On perusing it, we conclude that it is worthy of reproduction. It is dedicated to young men with sun burned faces : A well dressed jroung man who lives some miles from the city, call ed at a grocery store the other day with a pair of saddlebags on his arm, and calling the merchant a-ide, told him that he had six pounds of j butter in them that he wished to j leave for sale. lie conversed in a j low, hurried tone, and seemed abash- ed at being in such a small business j as selling butter. The merchant did not want the butter himself, but promised to disposed of it at the highest market price. When the young man left, the butter was ex amined and found to be of the very best quality rich, vellow and firm I such as is never seen at a hotel or i house ; better worth a dollar a pound than the common lard, flour and chalk mixture, yclept butter, is worth ten cents, and far superior to any of your Goshen or Western butter. Yet that young man was ashamed to be seen selling the butter, which perhaps his mother had churned, while he was building fence or chop- Knoxville Advertisements. Carpenter, Ross & Loceett, SOILS HHLLM CARPENTER, ROSS & CO.) s Con.miion Merchants, 3STO. 138 STREET, DEALERS IN EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF STAPtH AND FANCY GROCERIES THE BEST BRANDS OF Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. THE BL.ST AND FAVORITE AN'ERICAN BRANDS OF C A Merchant ion with most of farmers, that hay ought to be frequently turned and finely cocked up to cure well, but found out my mistake by accident. At that time we had a good deal of hay nearly cured, partly in cocks We have seen hundreds of such 3'oung men, and looked upon them as the nobility of the nation. But many of them are mistaken, sadly, in their ideas of respectability and true manliness. It is better far to NNED FRUITS OF ALL KINDS. to call and examine our Stock. O.WLV TO GKCIIATS. aP23. are WE invited ESEUL. and part still left on the ground, ; work at the veriest drudgery and be when a heavy storm stopped us from j out of debt, than to strut in fine hauling. Owing to frequent show- i clothes, as many do in the crowded ers, we did not get that hay hauled ! cities, and be in debt for board and until five days afterwards, when we j washing, and everything else. The found that the portion in cocks was j sooner the young men of the South hardly worth hauling home, and ; break the trammels of custom and would have spoiled completely, had , folly, and accept the means of work we not hauled it between showers. ing out their own glorious destiny, The other part left undisturbed, made very fair hay. Ever since then I have followed that plan with success, raking up with a horse-rake no faster than needed, and loading it directly from the windrow. It i.s the better for them and all around i them. Following the plow is as lninrroti o ftnv ri C tlio hitrtin'l nvn. ' ....j - w --"-. i" fessions. This is a practical age when men have to make their mark by wielding material forces, and CEO. H. SMITH, Corner Gay and Church Strec-ts, KNOXVIIXE, TENN., Elgin Watches, WALTHAM WATCH S, Elegant Gold 6pera Chains, Solid Gold Jewelry, Solid 18 Ka. Rings. Gkrid Uanl and Chain Bracelets, Rogers & Brothers' Celebrated Triple Phited GoodB, Consisting of Forks and Spoons, lee Water Pitchers and Setts, Castors, Cake Baskets, Tea Setts, Syrup Pitchers, &c. Sole Agent for the Celebrated Diamond Spectacles. I will soil ooon Goods as cheap as they can be sold by any responsible house in the country. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention, p. Especial attention to Repairing Fine Watches. J4rjni1 GEO. H. SMITH. Miscellaneous Cards. THE NASHVILLE REPUBLICAN BANNER. o TF YOU WISH TO SUBSCRIBE TO A FIRST class daily, tri-weekly or weekly family newspa per, take the Nashville Republican Banner, is sued from the Capitol and commercial center of Tennessee the oldest established paper in the State. It has acquired distinction with the public and among its cotemporariee, for its enterprise in securing the freshest news and the concise and con vneient manner of presenting it ; for its accuracy as a market reporter ; for the progressive spirit and conservative tone of its political teachings ; for be ing a live, Independent and sincere poUtical jour nal, thoroughly identified with the poUtical and ma terial interests of its State and section. It gives 10 000 words of telegraph from all parts of the world daily the best market report, the freshest local news and its originality is its distincUve speciality. THE TRI-WEEKLY BANNER will contain the cream of the news of the Daily with its telegraphic dispatches and market reports. THE WEEKLY BANNER, a complete compendium of the news of the Daily and Tri-Weekly issues, will be a first-class Literary journal an instructive and entertaining weekly visitor to the Family Circle. TERMS. Daily 12 Months 10 00 Tri-Weekly 12 Months 5 00 Weekly 12 Months 2 00 A complimentary extra copy furnished with ev ery club of ten cash subscribers for any proposed edition. Remit through the mails by money order or by express. No paper sent after subscription term expires-, except by cah renewal. Address ROBERTS & PURVIS, Nashville, Tennessee. A BOOB. FOR THE MILLION ? M jV J . . ) " A private Counselor to tha Jfll "lagg Married or those about to j marry on the physiological CU.lu.d rn.T8lc'ries and revelmtionsof s f the sexual Bvstttu, with the latest discoveries in producing and preventing offspring, low to preserve the complexion. Ac. This is an interesting work o f two hundred and sixty pages, with numerous engravings, and contains valuable Information for those who are married, or contemplate mar riage. Still it is a book that ought to be kept under lock, andkey, and notlatd carelessly about the house It contains the experience and advice of a physician Whose reputation is world-wide, and should be in the pri vate drawer of every male and female throughout the entire globe. It embraces everything on the subject o f the gen erative system that is worth knowing, and much that is Dot published in anv other work. Sent to any one (free of postage) for Fifty Cents. Address Dr. Butts Dispensary.No. 3.2 N. Eighth street St. Louts, Mo. Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate. Before applying to the notorious quacks who advertise in public papers,or Using any quaes remeuio pcruno ivr. Butts' work no matter what your disease is, or bow deplor able your condition. Dr. Butts occupies a double house of twenty-seven rooms; i s indorsed by some o f the most celebrated medi cal professors of this country aud Europe and can be con sulted personally or by mail, on the diseases mentioned ia his works. Office and parlors. No. IS N. Eighth street, between Market and Chesuut, St. Louis, Mo. Morristown Advertisements J. N. CARRIGER, OXE DOOR EAST OF THE COURT HOUSE, O JEL It- 1ST O iv , T E N IN . , HAVE RECEIVED, AND ARE NOW OFFERING TO THE PUBLIC, A FRESH AND WELL SE LECTED STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN CONNECTION WITH THEIR CONSISTING OF DRY G000$t GROCERIES, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, HARDWARE, NOTIONS, ETC. WHICH THEY PROPOSE TO SELL AT TiET jl o w pucisi tXf E would call the attention of PHYSICIANS, and all others, to our stock of DRUGS 4 MEDICINES, which is full aud complete, and we are prepared to guarantee the same as of the best quality pure and fresh. Also, a full line of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Wiudow Glass, sc., to which we invite the atten tion of Painters and Builders. Our stock, we are confident, is made up of that class of Goods suitable to the demands of this section and we invite the people to call on us and examine what we offer them. mchl9J M. k 3. N. CARRIGER. true, I have always more or less j nething ensures a more satisfactory clover among my hay, and cannot , return than wielding a pair of horses pay positively how pure grass hay j attached t a big turning plow. It ild stand that treatment, but j also cdves health and appetite, firm Id not be afraid to try it. There GfAINES, BROTHER & Co., DEALERS IN it ram July h in"- on ...... t'v any kind of hay cure well in that manner, ile of clover and gras e hay and prives the wa- lance to run through should nd it generally does during est.) while the portion ly 3 shades the rest and keeps the sun from scorching it. If left as the mowing machine has dropped it, it cannot scald, as it does not lie thick enough in one place. Of course, this plan cannot be followed if the mowing has been done with a scythe, and the ha' left in windrows. A good part of my hay this year is orchard grass. I am highly pleased with it. It has kept the clover from lodging in some parts of the field. On another part near the river, the soil is rather sandy. Here the clo ver has disappeared altogether, while there is a fine stand of orchard grass, proving that this is the grass for our river bottoms, where it al ways has been difficult to get a good i stand of either clover, timothy, or herds grass. Do Hots Kill Horses. CLOTHING Furnishing wOOf!, Findings OF WHOM DO YOU BUY! muscles and sound sleep. Young man. bringing to market Boots, SJlOCS, Hats, Trunks, Leather, the products of your honest toil is Merchant Tailoring. as honorable in the eyes f all sen- j . sible people as standing behind the j K II O X V 1 1 1 e , ieillieSSeG. counter, ana an tne uay long taiving , y -- down and putting back calicoes, silks and corsets fur every peevish visitor who chooses to worry you. Perhaps you envy the young men f the city, their white hands, small boots and fashionably cut clothing? There you are wrong. You are as ( good as they are, and have more ! common! hard sense, and nine j chances to one, you have read more good books. You are a thinker, j s. i mum, At Gill's Old Stand, Corner of Main and Cumberland Streets, MOBHISTOWN, TENN., Would respectfully announce to the public that he ia now offering a large and well selected stock of New Spring and Summer Goods, CONSISTING OF FULL LINES OF Dry Goods, Ladies Dress Goods, White Goods, Notions, Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Queensware, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, & c . , & c . Which he proposes to sell at VERY 10W PRICES FOR CASH AND PRODUCE. My Stock has been selected with much care, and as the goods were bought to be sold again, I am de termined TO SELL THEM, aud will guarautee to give those who favor me with their trade as GOOD BARGAINS as can be had at any mercantile house in this country, Remember, the "Old Gill Corner," and give me call, when you want to buy goods. mayl4. S. C. JARNAGIN. ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THE s PRIXG AND s UMMER ! CO., Sfc. 2 p d 2 3 W. H. II.," Athens, Tenn., sends us a piece of the stomach of his horse, which recently died, and which on being opened was found to have the stomach completely hlled with botS He says the specimen sent is exactly as cut from the stom- J ach with the bots as they were i packed in it. The worms are an i inch thick on the coat of the stom ach, which was eaten through so as to allow the bots to pass into the ab domen of the horse. It was a bad case, and proves conclusively that the bots were tbe cause of death, producing by their immense num bers fatal inflammation and destruc tion of the walls of the stomach. But unfortunately nothing could have been done to save this horse, excepting to have prevented the bots taking possession of the stom ach. Anj- medicine that will cause these creatures to loose their hold on the coat of the stomach will kill tbe horse. They are there fulfilling the law of their being, it is the place that nature provides for them, and any medicine that would kill them would cause a fatal inflammation of the horse's stomach. Prevention is the only cure ; and that is, to de y the epgs before the horse licks on off from his legs and take them Into I - stomach. This may be done off the horse's ratf, or scraping t sharp knife. Amor- necessarily, and -our ideas are clear and practical. Your calling is as noble as any secular business. Away with your fastidious ideas and dread of a sunbrowned brow, for that is the insignia of royal man hood. Be contented with your lot, and make it an enviable one by im proving the soil and your mind at the same time. Build up a home and make it a cheerful place, where a king might be glad to find a refuge and drink fresh buttermilk. And never again shrink from the gaze of the beauty or dandy when you come to town to sellsix pounds of yellow butter. Yours is the "lorious mis- i sion to rebuild the country. fortunes of the Hell the Surplus. u'w Use for Eggs. Fresh eggs, according to the Prai rie Farmer, afford great nourishment to the weak animals. It tells of a colt which, to all appearances, was nearly dead, the breath of life being barely perceptible, which almost in stantly revived by giving it one or two fresh eggs. The same results have attended the administering of eggs to weak cattle, and to feeble, chilled lambs. Tbe remedy'is a sim ple one, and farmers would do well to bsar it in mind. It i.i a very natural and excusable weakness in a breeder of fine stock, that he believes his own is a little better than his neighbor's, and that his own estimate is higher than the public's. It is not a profitable weak ness, however, if indulged in too far. A special pride in one's own is a good thing, but the merchant who refuses to sell the last piece of a particular kind of goods for fear of breaking Ids assortment, and the breeder of fine stock who places too high an estimate upon his young ones, and refuses to concede an--thing. until his farm is overstocked, his stock suffering for want of prop er care, and his means exhausted, fall into the same error, though not with the same excuse. The most successful merchants, manufacturers, and producers, as a rule, are those who meet the market with what they have for sale, when it is ready. Looking over the breeders of fine stock in this countn', one is struck with the fact that the freest sellers are the most prosperous. Small Horses. -3 .a a Is c3 CO Q g as 2 IrB 5 a x f a -2 CS3 CO 8 'fi. C K H A cc: 73 a J3 B0 C O i 3 fi 3 i o m hi ? 3 S P W as O as 2 si pa 4 3 H h O f - X 7 o X 99 H O J o 5 c o M ! it. P i I SOLICIT YOUR TRADE. Of Ciironic or Acute KhfTPTTTattam Oout, Sriatica, Headache, Lumbago, Ague Nervousness or Kidney Affections accepted for treatment tbat I cannot cure. J. P. FITIJCK, M. D. AT THEIR OLD STAND, CORNER OF MAIN AND HENRY STREETS. MORRISTOWN, TENN., TAKE Pleasure in announcing to tlic iv friends and customers, aud the public generallv, that trey have now in store a NUMBER ONE STOCK OF OENERAL MERCHANDISE, to which they invite the attention of purchasers. We are prepared to Bell goods, for CASH or PRODUCE, as reasonable as they can be bought anywhere in this country. Zl? Our facilities for handling Grain and Produce are not eurpassed by any house in this market, and we pledge our best, efforts to render entire satisfaction to Farmers who brins us their Produce. ; aii persons indebted to us are requested to come forward and make settlement without delay. Thankful to our friends for their liberal patronage in the past, we solicit a continuance of the same, ptonxWng that they will always find us standing squarely up to the motto of "live aku let live," iu all business transactions. jau2,tf P. SMITH & CO. mm1 u V. XV. WOODRUFF. W E. GIBBINS H HARDWARE BsS CUTLERY. SOLE AGENTS FOR FAIRBANKS' SCALES, DUPONT'8 RIFLE AND BLASTING POWDER, Dihton's CiacuLAE Mill Sws, Boston Rubber Beltino Compajit, HALL'S FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES, STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. pgr ORDERS SOLICITED AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Of Chronic aud Acute Rnemnatisiu, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Sciatica, Kidney and Nervous Disease, after years of suffering, by taking Dr. Fiti.eh's Vegetable Rket mahc Svaur the scientinc dis covery of J. P. Fitter, M. D., a regular graduate physician, with whom we are personally acquainted, who has for 3D years treated tin-se diseases exclu sively, with astonishing residts. AVe believe it our christian duty, after deliberation, to conscientiously request sufferers to use it, especially persons in moderate circumstances who cannot afford to waste money aud time on worthless mixtures. As cler gymen we seriously feel the deep responsibility resting on us in publicly endorsing this medicine. But our knowledge and experience of it remarka ble merit fully justifies our action. Rev. C. H. Ewing, Media, Peun'a, suffered sixteen years, be came hopeless. Rev. Thomas Murphy, D. D., Frankford, Philad'a. Rev. J. B. Davis", Hights town, New Jersey. Rev. J. S. Buchanan, Clarence, Iowa. Rev. G. G. Smith, Bittsford, New York. Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls t'nurch, Philadelphia. Other testimonials from Senators, Governors, Judges, Congressmen, Physicians, &c, forwarded gratis with pamphlet explaining these diseases. One thousand dollars will be presented to any med icine for same diseases showing equal merit under test, or that can produce one-fourth as many living cures. Any person sending by letter description of affliction, will receive gratis a legally signed guar antee, naming the number of bottles to cure, agree ing to refund money upon sworn statement of its failure to cure. Afflicted invited to write to Dr. Fitler, Philadelphia. His valuable advice costs nothing. For sale by DR. G. T. MAGEE, MORRISTOV.'N. jy8 Encourage Home Meope. Hi SS t s CORNER OF MAIN AND CUMBERLAND STREETS, 3IORRISTOWN, TiSIVoV., DEALERS IN HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, WOODENf ARE, BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, &C, ALSO Plows, Vg-iicixltiTial Implements, All of w hich they propose to sell at very Low Figures for Bring us your Corn, Wheat, Oats, Flour, Meal, Bacon, Lard, Furs, Skins, and all other Marketable Produce, aud we will give you Goods at the Lowest Cash Prices for it. ac8-ly. W. VAN HUSS & BRO. AMUEL B. BOYD, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN mi iiii' i rum The Southern Far?ner says : The artrumcnts inav be all in favor of great size, but the facts are all the other way. Large horses are more liable to stnnible and be lame than those of the middle size. The' are clumsy, and cannot fill themselves so quick. There is nothing more surprising to western men than to visit Montreal and see the small, but stout, Canadian horses hauling large two-seated carriages, full of people, with apparent ease. A horse weigh ing 900 pounds in Maine, takes a chase or Concord wagon, with two men over hills that might have ter rified Hannibal. But their weight is where it ought to be. It is compact,' and not lying around Ioouc. II 111 Li vuuimu; A N D No. 70 Gay Street, KNGXVILLE, TENN. ap23-3m. H 01 (ill & pOMPANY, Successors to Mil & Chnrcb w ani Hiram Holt. Commission Merchant s, Sole Agents lor Sprague $ Excelsior Mowers $ Reapers, Kusscll & Co, Sweepstakes and WeiseT's inresners. Largest and most complete stock of Agricultural Implements in the State. Full line of latest unproved Farm Machinery and Field Seeds always on hand. on the It. It. track, KSOXVILLE, TESX. HOUOH & COMPANY. Warehouse nnd Office, Immediately apr23-3m. FURNITURE. S . HOWES, Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds at Cabinet Furniture, Ornamental Brackets HAIR, COTTON AND SHUCK MATTKASSKS, PATENT BED SPRINGS, CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, 4c, ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY FILLED. Prices Low to Salt Hard Times, KN0XVILLE, TENNESSEE. Warsrooms t the Old Furniture Stand, GAZ STREET, lebli-ly. J . Gl. P. FLYNN MANUFACTURERS OF Wagons, Carriages, Buggies, ."nrl, SLc. MORRISTOWN, TENN. ALL of our work is made of the best material, by good workmen. Illackniiiithiiig of every description promptly executed. All work war ranted. Keen your money at home by patronizing your own manufacturers. Our work will out'at that made at the North, and is, therefore, nuicli cheaper, (iraln and Produce taken iu payment. a- Shops on E. T. & Va, Kail Koad, west end of town. STATE OF TENNESSEE, HAMBLEN COUNTY. April Term of the Circuit Court for paid county, 1873. Whereas, R. S. Lane, Collector of pufclic taxes for the county of Hamblen, has reported the following tracts of laud, town lots and parts of town lots as having been assessed for taxes for the years 1870, 1871 and 1872, which taxes are due and re main unpaid, aud that the respective owners of the same have no goods and chattels within his ct.unty on which he can distrain for said taxes, to-wit ; Thomas Collins, one tract of laud containing 52 acres, lying in civil district No. 1, valued iu 1871 at $300 00 ; taxes $3 90 ; Clerk's fee $1 50, Printer's fee $1 50, Collector's fee $1 00 ; total $7 90. Aaron Kimbrougb, one tract of land containing 30 acres, lying in civil district No. 1, valued in 1870 at $300 00; taxes $4 00; Clerk's fee $1 50, Priuter's fee $1 50, Collector's fee $1 00 ; total $8 00. Aaron Kimbrougb., one tract of laud containing 30 acres, lyiug in civil district No. L valued iu 1871 at $150 00; taxes $2 95 ; Clerk's fee$l 50, Printer's fee $1 50, Collector's fee $1 00 ; total ft tS, Barnett Ac Owen, one tract of land containing 25 acres, lying in civil district No. 2, valued in 187 at $1000 00; taxea $10 00; Clerk's fee $1 50, Printer's fee $1 50, Collector's fee $1 00 ; total $14 00. Barnett & Owen, one tract of land containing 25 acres, lying in civil district No. 2, valued in 1871 at $C25 00 ; taxes $8 12 ; Clerk's fee $1 50, .Printer's fee $1 50, Collector's fee $1 00 ; total $12 12. James A. Roddie, one tract of land containing 2ft acres, lying in civil district No. 9, valued in 1871 at $2,000 00 ; taies $26 58 ; Clerk's fee $1 50, Printer'6 fee $1 50, Collector's fee $1 00 ; total $30 58. James A. Roddie, one town lot lyiug in civil dis trict No. 9, valued in 1871 at $1,500 00 ; taxes $19 92 ; Clerk's fee $1 50, Priuter's fee $1 50, Col lector's fee $1 00 ; total $23 92. R. L. Owen, thirty-one town lots lying in civil dis trict No. 3, valued in 1872 at $4,000 00 ; taxes $54 00 ; Clerk's fee $1 50, Printer's fee $1 50, Collector's fee $1 00 ; total $58 IK). It is thereupon, considered by the Court that judgement be and is hereby entered against the aforesaid tracts of land aud town lots or parts of lots, in the name of the State, for the sum anuexed to each, being the amount of taxes, costs and charges due severally thereon for the years therein mentioned. And it is ordered by the Court that said several tracts of land, town lots and parts of town lots, or sn much thereof as shall be sufficient of each of them, to satisfy the taxes, costs and charges annexed to them severally, be sold as the law directs. T. C. CAIN, Clerk. In pursuance of the above order of sale, to me directed, I will sell to tbe highest bidder, at the court house door, in the town of Morristown, Ten nessee, on the FIRST MONDAY OF JULY, 1873, for cash in hand, so much of said different tracts of land, town lota, or parts of town lots, as will be suf ficient of eac of them to satisfy the taxes, costs and charges due severally thereon. R. S. LANE, Rev. CoL for Hamblen County. mayl4-40days. CARDS AND BILL-HEADS NEAT LV Printed at this Office. HAVE YOUR POSTERS AND HaudbiiU printed at tbe this Office. I. DEALER IN DEUGS, MBDICIIfES, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, WALL PAPER, SHADES, PATENT MEDICINES & TOILET GOODS. Main Street, - KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A Full and Complete Stock of every thing pertaining to the Drug Business. Also, a large assortment of Lamps, Chim t(.v shupfl filole and lam Fixtures K generally. Kerosine, Liuseed, Machine, 'a'. i.anl. Sperm. Lubricating. Tanner', at-d y: all other Oils, usually Kept in a nrsi-ciass Drug House. White and Bed Lead, colors of al! shades, Coach, Copal, Damar, Japan and other Varnishes. WINDOW OLASS, of all sizes. Putty. Painter's Brushes. RUBBER GOODS Nursing Bottles, In haling Bottles, Naeal Douche, Gum Nip ples, Breast Pumps, Trusses, t-'yringes, &c. Morristown, Tenn. TlHYS CHANTS You can buy your Drugs, Medicines, Essences, Extracts, tic, just as cheap at this establishment as you can in the City Markets. A Large and Varied assortment of Stationery, such as Letter and Cap Tapers, Envelopes, Pens, Pencils, &c. TOILET GOODS Combs, Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushes, Pomades. Hair Oils, Cocoa Cream, Hair Dyes, Lubiu's, Taylor's and other Fine Extracts, Cologne, Fine Soaps. TOBACCO AND CIGARS Finest Brands of Chewing aud Smoking Tobaccos, Fine Cigars, by the Box, at Wholesale Dealers Lowest C;..- n Prices ! New Advertisements. 1873. IMPORTANT TO 1873. TRAVELLERS SHIPPERS I ATLANTIC, MISSISSIPPI I OHIO RAILROAD. TWO DAILY TRAINS! COISIECTIOVEIfcllSS, FRUITS, OME IN AND EXAMINE MY STOCK WHEN YOU WANT ANYTHING IN THE ABOVE LINE. M cCRARY & H ARRIS ON, MoruistoAvn. J- Oixll- - - ARE NOW LN RECEIPT OF THEIR Spring and Summer Goods CONSISTING OF FULL LINES OF Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Hardware, Queensware, Fancy Goods, Notions, &c, To which they invite the attention of their curtomers and the public generally. sell goods "mighty low" for Cash and good Produce. Give us Remember, that we call. ap6-ly YOU NEED NOT GO TO THE OITIES FOI GOOD WORK OR FOR CHEAP WORK! WE USE ONLY THE BEST MATK MAI. AND TURK OUT OS1I THE TEBY BEST WORKS THE consolidated Railway, extending from Bristol, Tenn., to Norfolk, Va enters upon the new year with incieased facilities for Bccom modal ing the public iu the transportation of Travel and Frkiuut, Au addition of NEW AND ELEGANT CABS will be added to tbe line, and the road bed will continue to be improved with NEW IEON, 5c o. until it will be made a first class Railway in every particular. The CHEAPEST and mot Pleasant Route to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, and Boston, Via Norfolk, and the splendid Steamships that leave regularly, in coimeciion with this Railway, that City, for the above places. Through ficttj good Until Used. Bagguge Checked Through. Sleeping Cars on all Trains! EUROPEAN "EMIGRANTS I Having made arrange at euta with the "Al lan Line of Steamship," which plv semi monthly between Liverpool and Norfolk, V.i., we can now sell tickets to and from Liverpool, at OK FATLY RKDVCKD RATES. Persons having friends in Europe, which they wish to send for, can now purchase Tickets at Bristol and Lynchburg, and send them by letter, to their friends. For Richmond Double Laily. The South Side Division of this Railway having been put in good order, and the GREAT IRON BRIDGE having superceded the Old Hi'h Bridge, travellers taking this line will find it the CHKAt'KST, as well as the shortest and quickest route to that city. Tickets, also for salt;, at rcatly reduced rates, via PETERSBURG, V.4., to Richmond, Va, No charge for transfer af Baggage at Lynchburg, Burkeville, aud oil other places on this Railway Line. CHEAP AMI FAVrFRElUlT LINE. New arrangements have been made by which this has become the great Fast Fueiuht Link to all parts of the country. Time as QUICK, and rai.es as I ow as by any other route. (Joods and Produce, of ali kinds, foi wardi'd in THROUGH CARS to destination. No breakage of bulk at Lynchburg, and no charge for Drayage, at any point. All Claims Promptly Adjusted. Through bills of ladiug issued, with rates guaranteed to and from Baltimore, Phila delphia, New York and Boston. Boston Auent W. M. Clai k, 7 Wsahiutrton st. Nkw Vt.UK " C. K. Kvhuh, I3 Broadway. I'UILADELPHIA. Join: S. WHsOO, 44 South Fifth Rt. Balxiuobk. K. Fitzgerald, 154 West Baltimore Ht. Be careful and have goods marked : "VA. & TENN. AIR-LINK, VIA NOR FOLK, VA' OaS For further information apply to the Depot Agent, at Bristol, or to W . B . M. WORD, F. HU6ER, M. T. Gen. Pass. Agent. Lynchburg, Va. ST. LOUIS, MEMPHIS, NASH VILLE & CHATTANOOGA HA I LIU) A T) LINE. Great Central Short Route. Without Ob BUM 'if earn to Nashville, McKeniie, Union City, II: knian, Btiniboldt, BrownsTiUe and Memphis. Only one change to Jsrkson, Tenn., Pailucab, Ky Uttle Rock, Ark., Cairo and St. Loui. More than lfiu miles shorter to St. Louis than via Memphis or LouiviIle, aud from 8 to 16 hours quicker than via Corinth and Orand Junction. Ask for tickets to Memphis and the Honthwest via Chattanooga and McKenzie, and to St. Louis and the Northwest via Nashville and Columbus aU Bail ; or, Nashville and Hickman Bail aud River. i The Lowest Special Rates for Emigrants, with more Advantages, Quicker time and Fewer changes of cars thau any other route. Tickets for sale at the Principal Ticket Offices is the South. J. W. THOMAS, GenT Supt. W. L. DANLEY, G. P. & T. A. O. M. HARRILL, Agent, aprSO Knoxville, Ttnn. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR t Ton Tenrsof fr nMi trsi sum proved DrjOraokli t ineof T:ir t liuve more merit ttnn any fiinular prppnrationeveroflerud to the public It ia rich in tho medicinal qunlitlcSoi Tar, and unenualed for diseases f the Tlaruot. fe I.iiiiun, pertorniint; the most remarkable cures. It effectually cures all Coughs and folds. It L:u cured no many cases c.f Am it him ami Brouehitim, Until has been, pronounced) a speciflo for theso com plaints. ForPaJnafn the breast, KiO or stack, travel or Kidney di c nc, d lseasea ofthe Trisa ary OrtsHim, JIauuUtec, or any Liver Complaint it has noeuual. It 1 also a superior Tonic, ReKtores the Appetite, Ntrengrthcns the NyNtein. Restores tbe Weak ami Debilitate!. CanweN the food to DiKeit, Removes Dyspepsia o 11 ! IixtleeHiiou, PreventH Malnrlou 'er, Gives tone tos-our fjtvui. HOKSi: S lit! i:i N4 PRICE REDUCED! Tfi LOVE, the champion Blacksmith and Horse -t-'-shoer, has reduced the price of Hortse shoeing to ONE DOLLAR For Shoeing a Horse "AIX TtOUND." The CASH will be required for all work done at this reduced prh-e. All kinds of Blacksmithiug done in good Btyle at equally low figures. Shop 011 Cumberland street, north of the Meth odist church, uovl3 E. LOVE. That Pale, Yellow, Slckly-Lookiag Skin is changed to one ot Br ha und liealth. Those Disease or the Khin, Pimple. Moles, Hlotrhca and Eruptloii are removed. Nerofula, Krrorulniih Dineasca of the Ej't-s, White Swelling, llccr. Oltl Nore or any kind of Humor rapidly dwindle and disappear under iu Influence, In fact It will do vou more good, and euro you more speedily than any and all other preparations combined. Whit la ltl It 11 na ture's own restorer ! a soluble oyd of Iron combined with tho mediclnr.l pioperlles of Puke Koot divested 01 ail dlsjigreeuble qiiull ties It will cure any Chronic or Look Standing Iliseaae Whoae real or direct cause is bad tl 1. Khi-nmatiHin, Pnins in Limits or S.oties, t oustitntious bio. ken li 11 t.y tlerctirial or other poisons, rr all rami by it. Kor Syphilid, or Nyphi litic In lit. there is noln;i etu:d to If. A trial niil prove it. ASii t'OK DR. t reei. s t o.Ul'ulKil) bVHtr of ritk iiuui'. Valuable House and Lot FOIl SALE I ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE RESIDENCE S ia Morristown a large two-story frame build ing with el, on three-quarter acre lot-most pleah antiy and conveniently located, is offered for saJe at a BAROA1N. For further juforrnauon apply to or address h. T. Obsett Office. 9M j I