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THE MORRISTOWN GAZETTE, MAY 28, 1870.
Time Table E. T., V. & G. 11. R. ARHIVES. DflABIg. Mixed Train Ko. 1 West, 30:28 a m 10:32 a m. " " V. 2 East, 5:32 p ni' 5:35 p m. Mail " " 3 Wert, 2:11am 2:13 am. " " i East, 12:46 a m 12:48 a m. Freight Train No. 5 West, 4:05 p m 4:13 p m. . 8 East, 10:20 a m 10:40 a ta. T. F. LEACH, Aoest. 'C, C. G. & C. K. II. Dally Freight and Passenger Trains Sundays excepted. ' Arrive at Morristown 6:5 p. m. Depart 10:15 a. m. Arrive at Wolf Creek, 1:30 p. m. Depart 3:00 p. nj , Time-Table Ilogersville & Jef ferson Railroad. Trains leave Rogei-Bville daily (Sunday excepted) at 7 a. m., arriving at Kogersv-ilie Junction ai 8 a. RttiTI tc heva a J tfsamlmtt nn making direct connection with the West-bound I Mail train upon the E. X., Va & Ua. rat,, wnicu lQ3 UOlBtOn riVCT . 10 DI V. DttVTeen arrives iu Knoxville at 11:68 a.m. Returning--r - - ' .. ' ' - leave Kogersville Junction at 3 p. m., after the ar r;valoftUe Eastern and Western-bound freights, a id arrive at Kogersville at 4 p.m. Parties going to Kogersville from the West will take the Freight train which leaves Knoxville at 7 45 a. m. ' At a recent election In California. blj opptessed in Tennessee here the ''Working Men," or 1-he Peo ple' Partj" carried the day aod won a victory over both the old par ties. TMa result eeems to be a sur prise to politicians of all - sections, and has encouraged the followers of 6uch men as Kearney immensely California cares nothing about fthe oegrb excitement, which agitales'tbe East. It is the "heathen Chinee which stirs the fellows up out there. Kinggport and the railroad bridge? That is the question v?e want our people to agitate this surj3fner; It 1 is oni of more interest to this coua Ths Morristown Gazette. tb.a"thf. ay tat - . toe pQIs,;jlja,heftthqo;.Ckiaee, the HAWING COUNT! ; hi a L. L. POATS, Editor. exodus of the colored individual from the South, er any- 'other ques tion discussed ,by the press. --vLet ajl our people, talk steamboat awhile. The drouth is becoming distress- It will do us good. ing. Clover field, meadows and oat fields are well nigh ruined. Rain enough to wet the ground has "not fallen for more than a month. Gardens are suffering badly. Tjie Supreme Court of Tennessee has decided tbat the. act if. the Leg islature prohibiting the sale of liq uor within four miles of an incorpor ated institution of learning,' is a con- A few visitors from the South Ptitutional law... Judge Csoper have already taken up their summer wrote out and delivered the opinion quarters at th springs in East Ten- of the court, and he made short work nessee. More are coming in a few of the matter. The courts through days. Our watering places are ex- out the State are enforcing the law cellent retreats in hot weather, vigorously and the liquor sellers are Come t them, ye sweltering deni- squealing. -"A"-hundred dollars fine zens of the Smth. - Dr. Pierce on two hot, dry after noons, has called us into . the drug store and cooled ns ff with a g!aa of delicious ice-cold soda water. We for Belling one dram within four mi'.es of a school house Is a pretty heavy blow at the traffic. A fierce political battle is being fought in the Congress of the Uni- don't know anything which can get ted States at Washington City, and away with a goblet of soda water yet the peeple of this region take no this hot weather, unless it would bo mor intsrest in it than if it was the a treat of strawberries and cream. Congress of some foreign country. Everybody ought to go and take a Those fellows are only rnanufactur- glassofsoda. It is good very good, ing ammunition for the great fight of the two 'parties in 1880 before the Those fellows about Rutledge who people; The conservative Hayes of brought out the shotguns when that twQ yeara agQ ha5 developed into a deputy marshal was there after his fulI.fledged 8talfrart Radical and ...... i victim had oetter iook out lor gees in for using the army at th That Federal Court at nnlla in anv Stat Tin th TTninn in the order of the President. . squalls. Knexvillis no "chicksn" to be tarn pered with. A squad of deputy mar shals have been known to shoot men in thess mountains. The death f Mr. Joseph Thomp son, the first week in April, and the death of Mr. John D. Riley, the first week in May two of the most b ergetic and wealthy business men in Rogersvjlle is a sad blow to the fi nancial interests of the town. Oth ers, howevsr, will soon come to - the front and fill their places. The world moves." Men eorre and g like actors on, a stage. The gather ing of wealth or -the making of "our daily bread" is the occupation of us all. To-day we toil and struggle, Judge Hacker talks plain English lull of anxiety and care. .'Io-mor- wlin h nharafis th ftrand .7urv on row we sicKen ana die. me places the subject of carrying concealed pn earth ; that know usnow wil weapons. There is no getting know us no more forever. Wealth nrniiriil lhnt, law. Tlip r.rno.tirifl must fame all that men labor for in thii be abandoned in' Tennessee. The world what is it worth? Nothing people have epoken their minds on Wre are like children chasing butler the subject and the judges through- flies. When we catch them they are nut the Ktafe, ar dinned to eic- dead worms in our hands. But, "af- ter life's fitful fever is over," what then? The Grand Master alone knows that. The ledge of Good Templars 5n Rogersville is exerting a quiet but powerful influence for good in this community. We earnestly trust the organization will continue to pros per, and that all those who have taken the pledge will remain true. To someyouDg men cour acquaint ance, there is salvation and honor in side the lodge," whicbout3ide, there is ruin sure and swift. in East " Tennessee, where a large majority of the people are as Radi cal as green vitriol that he wants the United States t& give him ome money to go West. -That, is "loo thin! Yardley's -oppressions are imaginary not, real and. that wis abont the case with most of them, we guess. There can be no objec tin raised to the colored people mi grating to the West and North. Those are, good oantries. Wages are hfgh, land is cheap, the people are rich; the white folks f up, there are popularly supposed to love the negro "much better than they love their ' own children,' and we have thought - for several years tbat the colored people of the South, who are discontented and dissatisfied here would do well to go up North and dwell with their dear friends in "that happy land. "How sweet and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity." "Pttzsimmons. of the Mountaineer, don't like Beecher. In fact he thinks that eminent individual is a straight-out, unmitigated humbug and a letcheroos old fraud.- Well, we think so, too, Mr. Fitz. ; but there is no denying the fact that a Radical political preacher of the gospel of hate, and as a leader in - the fierce crusade against the people f the South, this unprincipled though tal ented scoundrel, Henry Ward Beecher, has been a decided suc cess. Don't you remember his fiery 6crmons inwbich he. advised 'the Northern people'to go'to bleeding Kansas, with a bible in one hand and a Sharpe's rifle in the other? Beecher has always preached two gospels at the fame time one of love; the other born in hell. See how he talked beautiful piety to the "poor lamb," Elizabeth I and at the same time played the devil with her ducks and sent herotfupon the face of the earth a grass widow. The people of Nashville 'and Memphis simply showed themselves to be a set of "ninnies" in running after this base old hunk of foul corruption. Beecher . is a foresworn, perjured, rotten, old political .ranter, and ought not to be tolerated among honest men or virtuous women. Cut this Oat and Save It. , .For headache, cosi.i vv -n dyspa sia, indigestion, torpid liver, or im pure and sluggish blood, ue Dr. Hart's Antibilious Discovery. For bruises, "rheumatic pains, neuralgia) Ioothache'and pain9, of air kinds, use Dr. Hart's Great Relief, - For coughs, colds 'atJtV lungtrcpbteSiUse Symphyx. For diarrhoea and snnr iner complaint -use Dr. Lytle'p Elixir. ; v ; ' !i . The Western and Nort-western wheal prop is reported as splendid. v Neio Advertisements. SPRINGS, Bean's Stalian; Grainier Co., Tciiii. rJVbw Open for the Reception '; f Visit or 8 and Guest. New Advertise m cut 8 - j CILiK.: II. THOMAS, l': -Lessee and Proprietor ; WM. J. HE ACKER, M. D., - Resident Physician. ED, WHITE, AND BLACK . Special Notices, v A Daug-erous Torpor. ; . ' Torpor or inactivity of the kidneys is seriously dangerous to those organs, since it is the prece dent of diseases -which destroy their substance ani endanger life, , Thig slugginniess may. ;b Over come by stimulating them, not excessively, but moderately, an effect produced by Hostetter's- tive, possessing diuretic properties of no common- i or BJack Water, Pnre Liruehtone and Freestone order The jmpelua which this admirable roedi- 1 ater. TheBe are highly recommended for dis- ;in.i.tn ihMr v.nHv functions connter- f"36 LlVBB AND ElDN.VS, STOMACH AND IBOW1--LS, AND A SPBcmO FOB BCBOFULA, RHEU MATISM "and other filood poisons, malarial or In their tisanes. Both they and their associate or- I otherwise, ; gan, the bladder, are invigorated as well as gently I " '.' "' , T . T, stimulated by the Bitters, whica exerts a kind in- . AttuinillOUJllOHS Ajargeiy JuX." fluence upon the bowels, and by strengthening the , - len(Ied an(1 Improved. system, enables it to withstand malarial epideni-. 1 ics, to which when exposed it might otherwise sue- I Hot and Cold Sulphur Baths, Band of Music, ., dc. P. M. WILLIAMS, WHOLESALE - ' PRODUCE AND COMMISSION Dealer- In JVheat, Com, Oats, Hay, Flour, Lard, Bacon, Dried lYuit fyc. Cash Advanced cn Porduce in Store. WAKMIOFSE: Old Virginia Depot, on Railroad Track, Mav 8. T.-lv cumb. ' " - " NATCEEr3 IlEMEDY ! " Endorsed Medical" Profession. '. THE ALUM AND IROX MASS AND WATER FEOM THE .... V , ;,. ..i Bedford (Ya.,) Aim and M Springs: E3TABLISHED 26 YEAES. Efficiency proved by actual results in thousands-1 of cases of Dyspepsia, Delrilit r, diseases peculiar to I women, Chronic Diarrhoea, Headache Scrofula and, Cutaneous Affections, Sore Throat and Diphtheriu, i liberal rates will be offered Families, Parties, t". All the attachments of a first-class Watering Place. A splendid line of Hacks. The U. S. Mail and Expres packages will come daily from Mor ristown to Mineral Hill Springs. The Postoffiee is at the Hotel. Through tickets for the season hae been arranged on the various Railroads to tho Springs A fine lot of Mountain Brook ICE for the accommodation of guests, free of charge. All the AMUbr.E2ii.l3 and UAMta will be pro vided. B0A1W, per Colendar Month $30. 00 " " Wetlc... 8.00 ", " Dau 1.50 ecute the will of the people. Oub friend and fellow-titizenMi-chael Sharks, E-q., of the 11th civil . . . WT 1 district, llawkms county, na - sola Two of our distinguished agricul his plantation and is preparing to turalfellow-citizena 'Squire "Bob' go to Caiahan county. Texas, in the atl(i fjapt Mack" attended the autumn. V ho will do the marrying for the boys and girls in Chop Tack whew 'Squire Mack is gone? He hsa "hitched'' more couples in th e ' last four years than any other mag Utrate in the county. Oxe of the resolutions adopted by the conference of colored men at Nashville, demands that the editors in the South shall hereafter spell the word 'icegro" with a capital "N.' And now, oh I colored gentlemen will 30U please to tell us why? Don' yon knew it is against the law to call you "negro" any how eithe with a big "N" or a little "n?" That is the fact. See acts of 1866.'"' I The act changing the line between Hawkins and Hancock eeems to be "kiuder tangled." If the beginning is at the Grainger county line, "op pestle t Iat tiap, it cannot Be "on top of Copper Ridce." If it begins "on top of.Copper Ridge" it cannot be "opposite Fiat Gap." "We guess the fellow who wrote the bill was in a hurry and just slung in his words loose and careless, without knowing exactly what he was saying or how he was saying it. Thg ladies of Chop Tack, who re- 'membered us on Friday last have our thanks for the splendid treat. We learn that the picnic on that day, near Marble Hall, was a roost "enjoyable affsir. Tho3e Chop Tack people always did know how to fix un things in excellent style. No neighborhood can get ahead of our 11th district friends. We know the names of the young ladies who sent us the rich cake and will remember them, SoMEwnKRE, on the outskirts of this town, somebody has a little blue jack penned up. At regular inter vals, both night and day, one can bear that blue jack bray. He seems to bray for no other, purpose, on the face of the earth, except to hear himself say, weo waw, wee waw, he haw, he haw, you, you, you ! The Gazette has an irregular corre spondent signing himelf "Bric-a-Brac," who docs the same thing 1 The one jack has about as much "int" in his braying as the other. Farmers' Convention at Knoxville "Bob" was first called oi to tell what he knew about farming. He said in reply that he thought the be9t way to raise oais was Jo plant them in hills, three feet apart, three eta'iks in a hill, 'and cultiyate with bull tougue and double-shovel plow Capt. "Mack", had a mind to tel them about pumpkins. When his crop got ripe be- atway had boys to climb the trees on ladders and pick them off carefully in baskets. It was a bad plan -to shake them off, because they would get bruised in falling. -.. These two farmers, with a few more of the same sort, are going to organize an agricultural eociety in Hawkins county forthwith. In the conference of colored men', at Nashville,' ,Wk F. Yardley, of Knoxville, offered a resolution which was unanimously adopted, asking of the Coogres of the United States an appropriation of $500 000, to aid in the removal of the colored people from the South. In support of his resolution Yardley delivered a brief speech, in favor f migration, saying that he "was willing to leave the State and go to any place where he could enjoy the rights to which he was entitled." Yardley has been deprived of his rights just as much as all other negroes of the South has been deprived of theirs. He asked for license to practice law; aUaioed the license and goes into the court house at pleasure and attends to his business before the court if he has any,to attend to; he wanted to be a Justice of the peace some years ago, became a candidate, was elected, re - ceived his commission from the Governor of ' the State and held , the., office;. . he as pired to be Governor of Tennessee, announced himself as .a candidate; canvassed tne otate, met Lis pale- faced opponents on the stump in de bate, -and was not insulted or' in terrupted by a white man at any time ;'he, has 'been the editor and publisher, of a newspaper for. years and ha exercised the right of writ- ng and printing whatever he pleas- ed. " And now this man is so "lerrl The examination at Rogersville Female College takes place at the chapel of that institution on Mon day, June 9, and continue? through out the week. The officers and teachers .in this college have been if possible, mpre: energetic and thorough during the last session than usual. The school has enjoyed a gratifying-measure of prosperity, and the excellent Presi dent, Rev. A. W. Wilson, eeems in better spirits than at the close of any previous collegiate 1 year. ; His prospects for the future ate good, and we think the final success of the school is now. beyond doubt. On Thursday night the annual concert by the music classes of the college will be given. On Friday morning the "commencement" ex ercises will begin ; consisting" ursof the Baccalaureate address by the Rev. S. N. McCorkle, of Greeneville, Tennessee. This gentleman is well known throughout this region of country as one of the most eloquent pulpit orators of the day. Essays for the gold medals will bo read by the young ladies, and the diplomas to the graduates presented. In the afternoon of Friday, the Hon. A II. Pettibone, of East Tennessee, will deliver a literary address. The djs tinguished ability, the polished edu cation, the classic eloquence of this gentleman are too well known and ChiUs and Malarial 1'ever. Extracts from Testi monials : 'Best remedy for Inflammatory Sore Throat and Diphtheria ever used by me as I have found after practice or forty years, acts as a tonic, alterative and febrifuge; preferable to chlorate of, potash.' I', a. Sli i iail), M, w. . c. 'After a practice cf many years I Uave found no remedy equal to Bedford Alum & Iron Sprint's Wa t r and Mass for Chronic diseases and diseases peculiar to women.' JOHN P METTEAUR, M D LLD.,Vj. 'Successfully used in Dyspepsia and Chronic Diarrhoea.' Prof. SAML JACKSON, M D., Univ. of Pa. , 'Surpassing any remedy that 1 know of for scro fulous affections. have used it for twenty-live years in my practice.' T L WALKER, M D., Va. 'After an experience of near 30 years I have found no treatment equal to this water and mass for Scrofula, Cutaneueous Affections, Glandular derangement, Chronic irritations of the bladder, kidneys and urethia, ulceration and certain forms of dyspepsia.' Prof 3 3 MOORMAN M T, Va. 'NO WATERS HAVE A WIDER BAHRE OF tJKEFCL ness.' VA MED MONTHLY, Richmond, Va. Used with unparalleled success in hoemorrhagic malarial fever, W A Green, Ex Vice Pres Ga. Med Asso. .. ...... 'ENUBEXY CttBF.D OF CHILLS LSX FKVEB BY IT.' REV. E. C. DODSON, J. A. LEE, Va. Directions, anaylsis and full proof of all claimed sent with each package. Water 30 cts . gallon, $4 case of ene dozen half gallon bottles, $3 for 6 gallon demijohn. MASS : 50 cents and $1 bottles, $2.50 and $5 per half dozen, according to size sent postpaid Full proof of all claimed sent free upon application. Liberal terms to dealers. Invalids are accommo dated at these Springs at all times of the year. Address, A. M. DAVIES, Prest of the Co., Lynch burg, Va. . Sold by M. CARRIGER & CO. Ministers of the Gospel. Edttobr, and porsons engaged on the various railroad lines. , apri!i3 79 5 m Geo.. A. Mclutt, EAST TENHBSSSS CIGAR FACTORY. F. H0CKSNJ03, Proprietor. Cigars, Tobacco, SnuiF, Pipes, And fcJmoUer9 ArticleH. 5 CENTS CIG AUS- Pure Havana Fdhr. FIFTY DOLLARS offi5red to anvbody i i Ki-t Ttnnc-.-co who c it ln-.v this Cigar in price titr" 4 vi'ity. " in.iy 1 i 73 ly HA! -EXCLUSIVE DEALERS IN DEALER IN G New Advertisements. 1879. February. 1879. Filiviixsr rocenes Canned Goods, V Confectioneries, Cigars, Tobacco, &c, Corner Main & Tlenly St?., -Morris t own 9 Ton 11. HARDWARE, t hi, Are now receiving and opening an Immense Stock of - - ' JTxesIi. Would especially call the at tention of the Public to his well selected and magnificent stock of GROCERIES. In quality and price he cannot be surpassed by any retail dealer iu the State. Sept 5 77 tf FOU THE Spring Trade cf 1879,' INCLUDING 600 Cases Prints, --1 , F K 400 " -Piece Good, 300 " BleacliVl Domestics, 600 -Bales Brown i Domestics, Ginghams, Linens, Alpacas, Dt'laines, White Goods Tickings, Oanaburgs, Drills, fcbirtiag Stripes.-and Cotton I'laids. Also a complete line of BOOTS AND SHOES. Glen's and Boys' Calf and Kip Boots, Brdgans and Ties, Women's and ChilJ dren's Pebble Grain, Kid, Goat, Calf and Lasting Balmorals. : :': . , - ; . ' ' : i' t ; ; , ' - ; i 5 i ' ;' 500 Cases'Kip Boots, , 500 Calf Boots, 500 " Kip Brogans, . 500 "; Calf Brogans. We. Dye to Live aiil Live to Die. EAST TENNESSEE STEAM DYEING CLEANING ESTABLISHMENT. The only Reliable House in East Tennessee. ITEOK GOODS A SPECIALTY. Merinos, SUn8, Satin, Crupes, Ribbons, La ces, -Cioths, Velvets and Trimmings. Feathers Re-Dyed or Cleaned. Goods sent by mail or express promctlv attend ed to. A. II. CARLSTEDT, Trop'r. Clinch St., near Custom House, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. Dec 25 78 ly ... FOR SALE! 1,000 'CI Women's Shoes, A Valuable Tractof Land. 500 Rolls Leather. The fifty-fifth anniversary of th$ Amer ican Sunday-school Union was held in New York, onithc 6th ;inst. " A report in sumniary of the fifty-five years' work was presenttd, in which it was said that In ferty-eight years there had been 63, 654 schools rganized, containing 2,764, 872 scholars. ' The statistics for the other seven year are lacking. ' - MASON & HAMLIN CABINET ORGANS. ; At the Paris Exposition, recentlv closed, the Mason & Hamlin Organ Com- nanv haa the unusual honor of the award of the highest medal given to America for musical instruments. The official report to t the""-Swedish"' Government, f riDted in Zurich, 1879,' made by Oscar legar, of Switzerland, who was the member from that country of the Inter natiohal Jury on Musical Instruments. pays this very hjgh compliment to onr Amerieati makers: Translation. iThs firm of Mason & Ilarnlin, Bstou, United States, displayed the handsomest and best harmoniums (cabinet organs) of the entire exhibition. Their instruments excel everythiri": which has bfen accom plished 6f this description to the present time.". -..r i -"- ' " It is very reraarkble that at every world's exposition for the last fifteen years thi company has taken the high est award, withoutone single exception. Their organs are now famous as the beet in the world. . , ...... . . HAT DEPARTMENT. A splendid assortment, and every line appreciated in this country for us t5TcomPleI;e m tne do more than .simply aunonnce that he will be present to peenre a large audience. Ilia address 'will be' a finished, elegant literary production one worth riding a hundred miles to hear, Rogersville for thirty years has icen- in: the habit of opening t its doors. wide to everybody on examin ation week. All who ''choose to come are welcome. The old rule will not be changed this yearj but on the other hand, we,, the citizens bfthe town, all deijre to see a large number here. Come, gentlemen, and bring vour wives and daughters with yon and bring your sons and nephews along also. Let all; come and ppend a week in the quiet town a week of intellectual and social enjoyment 500 Cases Men's Hats": 500 - Cases Boys' Hats" f ram 'n,."r ;t i M"ii 'r.rfl Hats ' "' ; ' ' ' "' ' 500 JCasSi CKiWreWHati:' ' NOTIONS. ' A full and complete lino of all the Novelties In this department. ' ' " ' hardware;' , '; , A very complete assortment of-Staple ffnilE UNDERSIGNED IS All- HL thorized by Dr. Wm. I . Andei-non, to sell a Tractof Land, fiug on Holston Kiver, Hamblen county,' Tammssee, and near Anderson's Ford. There. is abHt :0 acres iii the tract 100 acres (11 limbered, and 200 acres cleared, under fence and well watered.. The soil is of an excellent quality, and a great bargain can be had in purchasing tiie farm. For further information, apply to WM. O. TAYLOR, May 6n9. ,: - , Morristown, Teunesse. r (YN S'U MPTION! . Can be Cured ! I have a positive remedy for the above disease ; by its use in my practice I have I have cured thous ands of cases of the vorst kind and of long stand ing Indeed so strong la my faith in Hi efficacy that I will send T WO Bottle IVee together with Valuable Treatise on this diseasa to any sufferer. Give Express and P O Address . Db T. A. SLOCUM, 181 Pearl Street, Ne-v Tork. aid may 7 I w . TEACHERS WANTEDiWAX uuring me spring and Wmraer. For full particu- Hardiwrei including Kails, A.m,l Pocket rf adJres? J.(c. McCukdy, & co., c incinnati, and Talk Cutlery, Wrapping Piper, die. ' V- "., M ta,y 74w. Also, Trunks Satchels, and Um brellas. - y The whole embracing the most complete stock of Genenal Merchandise' ever offered in the Southern country. The ad vantage obtained by ns in purchasing DiREOT FKO.M THE MANUFACTURERS in large qiranri ties, enables ns to compete successfully with the largest houses in the United States. ? Cannabis Sativa." The Great East India Eemedy f or Consumptions, Bronchitis. Anthma and Catarrah. Trial riackans. $1.00; regular size package, $a.oo, Doubia size of 3Iorristown and the merchants geacr- Works: CJirutxvna; Lanroeftr eo., Ii. -. nov271y Office: 23 S. Beaver st. , York, 1 a The City Drayman, Would respectfully inform the citizens package $5.00. ' Sent by mail to any address on re ceipt tf price. Send all orders to E. KtJiGSL.VND & CO., Morristown, N. Y. marl'2 79 3m-mer t , 1 JOHN JdUEPIIEY, " r..JrJI'5'f ' rCa-iUin- LOOKOUT-BANK k4 ally, that he has fitted up a wagon and win now at any time convey articles from one point, to another in town at reasonable charges.' -Also is prepared to plow gardens and will give prompt at tention to the same. Terms, low and reasonable. Leave orders at his house on Cumberland . street, -above ;Noe's blacksmith shop." : '' men. 5, 70-tf. ' Tenn morristown" -" : -1ST ATE DEPOSITORY.!; :' Will transaat a . : GENEHAL BAMIM BUSINESS., Keceive depot-its, buy and sell, exchange gold and silver, aud make collections tipon the most aYorable terms. 1 mayI3 tf r -.1. i : - i BOOXf ALTER- ENGINE ' v '? Conr-vaci. Substantial. EwMinm. icataud Kastly M.maseJ. Guar, cntjnd to work well, and give f nil power claimed. F.n trine and v iTN noiler complete, inelndmg Gov- y j'-rti.ir, Pump, etc. (aud buxiug,) 1"r . y at the low pri -e of, r'l 8 Horse Power.. f?.V --'' ..4 - " " . I , .j, .;; .; Put on sr at fpriagueld, Ohio . JAMES LEKFEL & CO., r r)ngft?ld, O. niarI2 7i tin mer Agricultural Implements, Iron, Steel, Amunition, Nails, Horse and Mule Shoes, Etc., Etc df Orders by mail promptly altewled to. . 3Inin Hreet, - - - roiiirstoAvii, Tiin. dec 18 78 ly Vin Idra. Vin Idra. This wonderful Remedy positively cures Dyspep sia, Liver Complaint, Itilliousnefs, Habitual Con stipation, Piles, and all Derangement of the Liver, .Stomach and BowelH; purities the Blood, and regu lates the System. Don't fail to try this remedy, if you are afflicted. To be obtained from our Acents, r sent bv mail ou receipt of price $1.00, by ad dressing E. KINGSLAND & CO., Morristown, X. X. Agents wanted. marU .'J Jm mer THE BEST OF ALL 9 BMBnnPM' The Celebrated LS m 5 M C U Seven Springs l O l . Winn n luelkinn lnn infnllllily lon IRON and ALUM i't v. 1 1c ii mil ion of ciisct tor morv IS MANUFACTUULD BY LANDRUiM El LITCHFIELD, Abingdon-, Va., And For Sale by all Draists. r ; Ui:m Ji thii 'l i it t-eiitiiry; win u it t f i -tiflu-I ovorv pirt of il wurM; wh'ii ; ; :,r;m !;! luiuilw-i - vxyv, Ii- r con-1 F lor i' tlio ftily - rt'hniK'o tn enw of f f- . .:illl ( r H ol.K'MI, 11 14 JilCLlJ u.iio 10 can Ml' !l 11 111' UK'lllO f: m BEST OF ITS KID. ";.'.;-- !il:iliiirnt. tviy tinill ! .- i ii it-' ) Z' ii !. I it Tnln.ltlr Mm j f - 1. 1 ho i' !' n i -fill "cii ill r . : ui ii .i;rt r . Inc liorri H of rhtn- I ' . . ' !', ii u I ol a t llOllsnml- ! 11 : '.!' t,. : .( ...illt;-4 U IU I llnTCtl-ll , ' -.1 I ," III" (il l ri-ll.iblo Jlet- .. M I ' I I., iliir lit. ' ' I'll l 1 fi o n h o nf ... . . I I. f T-JJHIS IS THE MOST USEFUL, AND WITU-Jo- out doubt, the most eflkieLt family medicine ever placed within the reach of any people. lis reputation extends far aud wide, aud its great popularity is due entirely to its own merit. Asa i remedy for relieving Sick and Nervous Headache, it is truly said to have no equal ' Pyspcpties flivl it to be Just the remedy for all their trouble. MOTHERS and daughters have long since dis covered that it is a "panacea" for all their ills. ; Chronic diseases of every character disappears by ! a proper use of it. It is not bad to take ; pvifect- j ly harmless, aud always ready for ute. ! i ttf The man that fails to provide and keep hi , family supplied w ith tho SEVEX SPP-IXGiJ MASS j will pay out ten time9 snore in ductors' bills ihnn j the mass would cost which tho doctors would . willingly be deprived of. "A hint to the wise U j sufficient. Read ,tk following letter from physiaians of Mississippi : f'Qur leople will not be with- . out It.". - Office of Slaton k Slaton, Physician and Surgeons and dealera iu Drugs, Medicines, nc. Sknatoma, Miss., Nov. 19, 1378. Messrs. Landruni & Litchfield, Abingdon, Va. : Gentlemen We are out cf " Seren Hprin.c;s Mass " ana our neorle will not be without it : tliejr are just beginning to realize-what an exollent j remedy it ia. please send us an nuer grotia i once. . It ia a valuable remedy, and I can recom mend it from personal experience, I have not tak en any other medicine in two years, not withstand ing we keep all the best medicines usually kej by druggwts. itespectluuy, For sale bg Morristown, BrvgjitiU and Druggists generally. " Kf" Be snre yon get Sevkn Spbinob Mass. feb26 79 ly snb 3 digs New Advirtistmcntn. 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