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THE MORRISTOWN GAZETTE, JULY 30, 1879.
Time Table E. T., V. & G. R.R. AXBITE. DIPiSTi. 10:38 a m 10:32 a m. 6:32 p m 6:33 p m. 2:11 an 2:13 am. 12:46 a m 12:48 a ni. 4:05 p ta 4:13 p m. 10:20 a m 10:40 a m. Mixed Train So. 1 West, " mm J East, Mail " 3 West, " " "4 Fait, Freight Train No. 5 West, - M .- Et, T, T. LEACH, Agent. c, c. o.s C. It. It. Pally -Freight and Passenger Trained-Sundays nccepted.'k Arrive at Morrintown :35 p. tn. Depart 10:15 a. m. Arrive at Wolf Creek, 1:30 p. m. Depart 3:00 p. m. Time-Table Itosrersvllie : & Jef ferson Railroad.' . . Trains leave Rogersville daily (Sunday excepted) at T a . m,, arriving at Rogersville Junction at 8 a. m ., making direct connection with the West-bound Mail train upon the E. T., Va. t Oa. RR., which arrives in Knoxville at 11:08 a. m. Returning leave Rogersville Junction at 3 p. m., after the ar rival of the Eastern and Western-bound freights, and arrive at Rogers ville at 4 p. in Parties coin te Rogersville from the West will take the Freight TIlS MorristOWH GtlZSttS. mm w eawassj w HAf KlflS COUNTY DEPARTMENT ' L. L. POATS, Editor. Judge C. W. Heukell, of Mem phis, Is In Iiogersville. Judge J. M. Carmack is also kere. Whether "sporadic" or "epi demic" yellow jack asserts his pre rogative as king of deadly disorders. Don't fail to go to the election on the 7th of August, and be sure to rote "Accepted." That's the hon est man's ticket. The prospect now is that the 50 j cent compromise proposition will be adopted by the people of Tennessee by an overwhelming majority. Machines are busy now threshing the wheat crop. The quality of the grain is said to be unusually fine, but there is a remarkably small crop. ' The Kentucy jury found Buford guilty of murder, and sentenced him to the penitentiary for life. This is a cruel sentence. Buford. would have preferred hanging. Hon. A. A. Taylor will address the people of IIawkin9 county in fa vor cf the 50-4 compromise on the first Monday of August. We hope a large number 01 our .enow citizens will be present on that day to hear him. Col Frank Moses, of the Knox-1 ville Tribune, spent several days in Rogersville recently. Frank is fight ing the battle of life biavely. He is a large-neartea gentleman, sua ae seives success. Fine rains last week raised the spirits of our farmers. The corn cron will not be a total failure. In- deed, if it remains seasonable from now on an average crop will be made. The total destruction of the busi-j ness of a great city is a calamity. For the present Memphis is ruined and the great misfortune extends its evil influences throughout the limits of the State. The fellow who sent the informa tion to Memphis about " nothing to eat" in East Tennessee is doubtless a poor scrub who has nothing to eat at home, but grabs a precarious liv ing from the slop-shops, the alleys j and back streets of the city. Much more interest is being taken In the compromise election in Mid die Tennessee than either end of Ihe State. In East Tennessee the people seem to think but little of the matter, while in West Tennessee the yellow fever absorbs all minds. The chicken crop in Hawkins county this year has been an amaz ingly prolific one. Thousands and thousands of them are just now big enough to fry, and others are com ing forward to take their places as fast as their heads are wrung off. There will be an election in the Cboptack District, on the 7th of Au- cost, for a Justice of the Peace, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Michael Shanks, Esq Henry Price and Clen. Lawson are candidates. It is going to be a red- hot race. Between two and three hundred neonle from Memphis and other r places South are sojourning in Rog' ersville and Hawkins county, and more are comir.sr. The health of our own people, as well as those who have come among tis. 1 excel lent. There Is no sickness here of any kind. One of the finest and most com plete bank buildings In the United States is located in Rogersville. It was erected years ago, for the use of the Bank of Tennessee, and has been recently repaired and fitted up In handsome style, ready to be occu pied. Now, who will come here and do business ia that house. Some body with $50,000 capital, or more, could do a first-rate business there. Calm courage, level-headed pluck is a good thing for a man to have. These are the times which bring out the quality io men. When you see a poor devil running round, looking wild and scared, saying: "These Memphjs, , people ought not to . be permitted to come here, they might give us the fever, you may pity and despise htm he is only a cow ard, and can't help being scared. Let us ell trust in God and do as we would be done by. That is the kind of religioo we carry around. Let the Memphis people come along.and may God have mercy on them. Dr. Wight recommends the peo ple of the Mississippi valley to re move to East Tennessee and South west Virginta during the yellow fe ver epidemic This is good advice. Let tbem ceme along. East Ten nessee can feed 50,000 of tbem for three months. They are welcome all except that fellow of Memphis with the bottomless stomach, who conldn't find 't&ters enough in this entire country to fill himself up. We don't want him. Messrs. Sanford, Chamberlain & Aiders : Gents: I have been troubled for years with cramps and Dainsinmr bodv and limbs, and after trying many things i am cieany oi tne opinion that your Ilart's Great Relief ia the best medicine fromne to tiree minutes" I write this I -y 1 1 m m . mm. umera simi.anr amiciea iiiit r liere themselves by using it, and also oecause l reel that it is due to you that avl a mis mucn De saia. C. G.:Smith, Grainger County, Tennessee. Cant. Jairus Baker. 704 fial! Street, Philadelphia, had his finger cut aimost to a pulp, both bones and flesh, by a revolving knife, about December loth, 1878. It was only held in place Dy a snrea or nesh. Under Prof. W. Paine's ozone treat ment, it rapidly recovered. The wound was very painful, and at one time was offensive and partly mortified, but Prof Paine s Catarrh Vapor caused it to as- assume a healthy form and to rapidly neai. J Alii US JJAlLEli, February 25, 1879. Taken in the Act. Sister Jones called on Elder Smith a few evenings since. Being a next door neighbor she entered his study unan nounced, and was greatly shocked at seeing him taking a drink from a sus picious looking bottle. He noticed her look of inquiry, and said : "This, Sister Jones, is Tabler's Portaline, or Vegetable Liver Powder, the only rem edy I have ever found for the many troubles arising from a disordered Liv er. I can recommend it." Price 50 cents. For Sale by all Druggists. A. T. Newman, Morristown, proposes to make it to the interest of the" people in Hamblen and adjoining counties to buy there Medical Whisky from him. He will give whole sale prices to parties buying 2, 3 or 4 gallons. Send in your orders. ma28tf JLajrer Beer. A. T. Newman keeps very fine Lner Beer and Ale, constantly on ice. "The . . . ,r . . , -;T" " ' to. They all calljfor it! They all take 11 nome ana nave a nice, healthy drink with there families. ma38tf Sufferers with Rheumatism, Lame Back, etc., who have had all the pleasure of life destroyed by these sad afflictions, can again enjoy the light elastic step of perfect health, and experience permanent relief, by using Coussens Lightning L'ini ment, the only unfailing remedy for Rheumatism, Lame Back, Neu ralgia, Sprains, Bruises, etc. Price 50 cents. For sale by all druggists. 3A FATFJT RPAItK-AKRKSTFR. b R P. Mounted. $650. 10 " " 750. 12 1 " tOCO. 2-H.P.Eureka,$15Q. 4 " " 2j(Jt Ssnd fnr our Circulars. 6 " 14 i0. B.W.Payne&Sons.Corning.N.Y. wwtw tj w w fvu sww KENTUCKY MILITARY INSTITUTE. Farmdale, Franklin Co. Oldest military school in the South-west. Thirty-fifth Year begins September 1. Six miles out of Frankfort, Ky. For catalogues, etc., address. Jul 80 "79 4w aid. POST ADJUTANT. GEORGETOWN Female seminary, Founded in 184(5. The next scholastic year opens on the first Mon day in September, 1879. For catalogues, address me at Georgetown, Ky., J. J. RUCKER, Prin. Jul 30 7 tw. aid CA T BAGE and CrRRAM W0IJMS des X i.-Dtroyed without the use of poison. Vegetable remedies. Grow everywhere. Two receipts for 25 cts. and 3ct. stamp. Jul 3n-w aid SCOTT MORRIS, Franklin, Ind. Api. & Med. College of Ky7 Fall term begins Sept. 8, 1879. A full course of instruction in English, Mathematics, French, Gor man, Civil History, Political Economy, Civil Engi neering, Chemistry, Logic and Metaphysics, Natu ral History and Military Tactics. Tuition, (15.00 per year. Matriculation, $5.00. Unfurnished room, $5.00. Board in clubs $1.50 to $2.0J per week; in private families $4.00 to $3.00. Whole ex penses, exclusive of clothing, need not exceed $120.00 per annum. Compensated labor furuished to a limited number of Btudents. Classes taught In Practical Mechanics. Apply for catalogues to JAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D.t Lexington. Ky. jul 30 19 iw aid. 1 O "F a PASSENGERS -FOK- ST. LOUIS CHICAGO, And all Points in Vilro.iisa.s and Texas And all Points in the GREAT NORTHWEST MAKE . BETTER COflNECTIOfiS, QUICKER TIME, .... AND FEWER CHANGES By Taking the Memphis and Charleston Ui ROUTE. To make close connection, take the Night Train leaving Bristol at 7:22 p. m. Euoxville 12:22 night. Knoxville to Memphis in 18 Hours. Knoxville to St. Louts in 30 Hours Excursion Tickets to Hot Springs, Arkansas, at Reduced Rates. ' Through Coaclies from Bristol to Little Rock. Through Sleepers from Lynchburg to Memphia. W. R. KEER, Passenger Ag't. Knoxville. T. 8. CAVAMT, A. O. P. A., Memphis. JAMES B. OGDEN, Q. P. Agt, Knoxville. Jan 30 "71 WALKER & SON, THE OLD, RELIABLE AND PERMANENT B a r b ers, tt A VJl rem vod their shop from the old stand l"i on Henry street to the house in the 'Y," near (ha depot, where they will be pleased to see and wait upon all of their old customers, and as many new put may reel inclined to patronise them New Advertisements. Educate ! Educate Send pour Sons and Daughters to Tazewell College, Tazewell, Tenn. A Non-Denominational Institution ! And one in every respect suited to the Edu cational wants of ths Country. The Second Annual Session, 1879-80. First Term opens Angus t 4 ; Second, December me two aggregating 4U weens. FACULTY : PROF. B . a. MANARD, A . B., Principal, PROF. T. E. WOODSON, A. M., Associate, REV. W. B. BALDWIN, Tutor MRS. MARY LOU MANARD. Prin. Music " MRS. T. E. WOODSON, Prin Art Dep't, MRS. IDA FULKERSON, Prin. Primary De'pt, COURSE INSTRUCTION The most thorough, embracing the English, Aa ciem ana moaeru languages, mumc ana Art. EXPENSES. Tuition in Academic Department of four Grades, The 1st. $S 25 ; 2d, $8 75 : 3d, $11 25 : 4th. S15 00, for a Term of five months ; Contingent Fee, SO cents ; Ministerial Students free. BOARDING, in town, per week, washing except ed, i oo ; in tne country, i j.o. A New Feature. Special Lectures are delivered every week on all topics calculated to encourage students. t3T" For particulars send for circulars. jun25 79 tf NATURE'S REMEDY ! Endorsed by Medical Profession. rpHE ALUM AND IRON MASS AND JL WATER FROM THE Bedford (Va.,) Alnm and Iron Sprinp ESTABLISHED 26 YEARS. Efficiency proved by actual results in thousands of cases of Dyspepsia, Debility, diseases peculiar to women, Chronic Diarrhcea, Headache Scrofula and Cutaneous Affections, Sore Throat and Diphtherin. Chills and Malarial Fever. Extracts from Testi monials : 'Best remedy for Inflammatory Sore Throat and Diphtheria ever used by me as I have found after a practice of forty years, acts as a tonic, alterative and febrifuge; preferable to chlorate of potash.' f. A. sir r t-ttu, ftl. L. N. C. 'After a practice of many years I have found no remedy equal to Bedford Alum & Iron Springs Wa- v.t ana mass lor cinronio aiaeaxes and diseases peculiar to women.' JOHN P METTEAUR. M D LLD., Va. Successfully used 111 Dyspepsia and Chronic Diarrhoea.' Prof. SAM L JACKSON. M D.. Univ, of Pa. 'Surpassing any remedy that 1 know of for scro fulous anections. have used it fnr twenty-live years in my practice.' x J.. WALJviat, M D., Va. 'After an experience of near 30 years I have found no treatment equal to this water and mass for Scrofula, Cutaaeueous Affections, Glandular derangement, Chronic irritations of the bladder, kidneys and urethia, ulceratiou Rud certain forms of dyspepsia.' Prof J J MOORMAN M D, Va. JSO WATERS HAVE A WIDEH RANOE OF USEFUL NESS. VA MED. MONTHLY, Richmond. Va. Used with unparalleled success in hceuiorrhagic malarial fever, W A Green, Ex Vic-e Pres Ga. Med asso. ENTIBELT CURED OP CHI1.L8 AND FEVER BY IT.' REV. E. C. DODSON. J. A LEE. Va. Directions, anaylsis unci full proof of all claimed sent with each package. Water 30 cts. gallon, $4 ciso of ruo dozen half gallon bottles, $3 for 5 gallon leiui;.!ni. MASS : AO c nts and f 1 bottles, 5 .5i) and $5 per half dozen, according to siz.; sent postpaid Full proof of all claimed st iit free up -n application. Liberal terms to dealers. Invalids are accommo dated at these Springs at all timis of the year. Address, A. M. DAVIES, Pres't of the Co., Lynch burg, Va. Sold by M. UAKiUOKxi & CO. SPOOL COTTON. ESTABLISHED 1812. GEORGE A. CLAKK, SOLE AGENT, 400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. The distinctive features of this spool cotton are that it is made from the very hnest SEA ISLANO COTTON. It is finished soft as the cotton from which it is made ; it has no waxing or artificial finish to de ceive the eyes; it is the strongest, smoothest and most elastic sew ing thread in the market : for ma chine sewing it has no equal; it is wound on WHITE SPOOLS. The Black is the most perfect JET BLACK ever produced in spool cotton, being dyed by a system patented by onrselveB. The colors are dyed by the NEW ANILINE PKOCESS rendering them so perfect and brilliant that dress makers everywhere use tbem instead of sewing silks. A Gold Medal was awarded tins spool cotton at Paris, 1878, for "great strength" and ' general ex cellence" beiLg the highest award given for spool cotton We invite comparison and respectfully ask ladies to give it a fair trial and convince themselves of its superiority over ail others. To be had at wholesale and retail at BROWN fc WELLS. EARNEST & BRISCOE. jul 919 6m KNOXVILLE Fire Insurance Company. Office io First National Bank. Capital Stock $100,000 OFFICERS - D. A. CABPENTEU, Piifsident. P. II. McCLUNO, Vice-President. W. A. ANDERSON, Sec & Treas. ETIRECTORS. JOSEPH J AQUES, JOS. H. EARNEST, E. J. SANFORD, 8. B. LUTTRF.LL, W. W. WOODRUFF, C M. McGHEE, F. W. TAYLOR, 8B C. E. I.L'OKEY, R. O JACKSON, F. U. McCLUNG. D. A. CARPENTER. FINANCE COMM IT TEE : JOSEPH JAQUES, C. M. McGHEE, E. J. 8 VNFORD, C. E. LITC&EY. STOCKHOLDERS O. M. McOhee, Joseph Jaquea, E. J . Sanford, Joseph H. Earnest, A. J. Albers, A. J. Mountcastle, W A. Anderson, 8. T. Logan, R. O. Jackson, R. S. Payne, D. T. Boynton, James O'Conner, James L. Gaines, R. N. Hood, W. P. Washburn, John E. Chapman, Jos. T. MoTeer, R. O. Powell, 8. Saltmarsh, Tbos. L. Williams, J. B . Hoxsie. F. H. McClung, D. A, Carpenter, W W. Woodruff, A. Caldwell, M. L. Rose. F. W. Taylor, Sr. George W. Albers," G. W. Tatmer, 8. B. Lnttrell, M. J. Condon, Chas. H. Brown, Hugh Martin, C. E. Luckey, B. F. Earnest, R. T. Wilson, Thos. O'Conner, Juo. G. Earnest, N. Bogart, R. M. Rhea, J. W Lilliard, D. F. Ross, V. Fulierson J aug 14 78 ly SOGERS villi; FEMALE COLLEGE. THE NEXT SESSION WILL beein Monday, September 9th. The location. tha btiildings, the thoroughness in the mode of In struction, and the care taken of students, make it on of the moat desirable seats of learning ia ths country. Material redaction in rates or Hoard and Tul tion. lor particulars, address, - REV. A. W. WILSON, aug. 8,18n.tf. PRESIDENT Cheap Mower for Sale ! . A Lawn Mower, entirely new, will be sold ebeao for cash cheaper than can be had anywhera. For further particulars, apply to Wm. Parker, ia tha "Y," Morristown, Teun., or the Gazbtt- office. jury v, io h. Jk3 New Advertisements. Is now in receipt of the largest and handsomea stock of MY GOODS, thai he h&s erer shown. DRESS GOODS Silks, Brocade Grenadines. Cash meres, Tamise Cloths, Linen Lawns, French Jaconets, and all other new varieties of Dress Goods Ladies', Children's and Gents' The handsomest varieties erer shown iu any Dry Goods House. Kid Glo vcSi Undressed kids, white and colored . LISLE GKLOVES two to six buttons. Laces, Embroideries, Corsets, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Ladies'. Gent's and Childrens Gauze Underwear. The BEST and CHEAPEST stock of Gent's Shirts in the city, both laundried and unlaundried . Also Boys' Shirts, Collars, Cravats, Drawers, Socks, Gloves, kc, Ladies' and Childrens' Linen Suits, Boys' Light Cassimere Kilt Suits 2 to 6 years something entirely new. Shetland Shawls, New Styles of French Plaid, Sliawls Very Handsome. ALL KINDS OF STANDARD HOUSE KEEPING GOODS. CARPETS, OIL-CLOTHS, RUGS CURTAIN GOODS, Shades and Fixtures. Carpets made and put down. Cornices and Shades made and put np. Counterpanes and Quilts, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4 S7ieetings, Linen and Cotton Pillow Casings. Table Linens, Napkins, Doy lies, Towels, Crash, tfec. Best Anker Bolting Cloths, No8. 3 to 11, constantly on hand. Dressmaking Department in the Store. Suits for Ladies and Misses made in the very latest styles, and at moderate prices. Orders for goods by mail attended to promptly and particular attention given to selecting such goods. The very be6t goods and prices as low as ordin ary goods are usually sold for. ALVIN BARTON, Gay Street, Opp. Lamar House, KNOXVILLE. TENN. Nov 7' 77 1879. February. 1879. Cowan, McOlun Are now receiving and opening an Immense Stock of FOR THE Spring Trade of 1879, INCLUDING 500 Cases Prints, 400 " Piece Goods, 300 " Bleach'd Domestics, 600 Bales Brown Domestics, Ginghams, Linens, Alpacas, Delaines, White Goods Tickings, Osnaburgs, Drills, Shirting Stripes and Cotton Plaids. Also a complete line of BOOTS AND SHOES. Men's and Boys' Calf and Kip Boots, Brogans and Ties, Women's and Chil dren's Pebble Grain, Kid, Goat, Calf ana casting .Balmorals. 500 Cases Kip Boots, 500 " Calf Boots, 500 " Kip Brogans -500 " Calf BrosniiM, 1,000 w omen's ?noes, 500 Rolls Leather. A splendid assortment, and every line complete in the HAT DEPARTMENT. 500 Cases Men's Hats, 500 Cases Boys' Hats, 500 Cases Ladies' and Misses' Hats, 500 Cases Children's Hats. NOTIONS. A full and complete line of all the Novelties In this department. HARDWARE. A very complete assortment of Staj)le Hardware, including Hails, Axes, Pocket and TaUe Cutlery, "Wrapping Paper, die. Also, Trunks, Satchels, and Um brellas. The whole embracing the most complete stock of Genenal Merchandise ever offered in the Southern country. The ad vantages obtained by us in purchasing DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS in laree ouanti- tiee, enables us to compete successfully with the largest nouses in the United States. COWAN, M'CLUFJG h CO. M. C. WILMETH, DENTIST, MAIN STREET, ... MORRISTOWN, TENX. OITICE nOUES From 8 A. m. to 5 p. at. Terms very moderate. , oct 8 "77 lj ' Martha Wasliiton Cellep, Abingdon, Va. THE BFST EQUIPPED FE male College in the South. Fine grounds, covering eleven acres. Superb buildings, erected at a cost of nearly $50,000.00. Booms handsomely furnished. Table weU kept. Terms lower than at any institution of similar grade in the land. Thorough instruction guaranteed in all the branches of a first-class education. Music a specialty. Vor catalogue containing foil particu lars, address ' KEV. E. E. EOSS, MA, Feebediht. Jaly9 T92m I Co., New Advertisements. MISDEAL Hill SPRINGS, Beaa'a SftliKi, Grainier Co., Tenn. Now Open for the Reception of Visitors and Guests. CHAS. H. THOMAS, Lessee and Proprietor ; VM. J. HEACKER, M. D., Resident Physician. ED. WHITE, AND BLACK Sulphur. Chalybeate. EPSOM, Alnm, Lithia or Black Water, Pure Limestone and Freestone waters. These are highly recommenaea lor dis eases of the Liver and Kidneys, Stomach akd Bowels, and a Specific fob Scrofula, RHEU MATISM and other Blood poisons, malarial or otherwise. Accommodations Largely Ex tended and ImproTed. Hot and Cold Sulphur Paths, Band of Music, e., de. I tf All the attachments of a first-class Watering Place. A splendid line of Hacks. The U. S. Mail and Ex pres package will come daily from Mor ristown to Mineral Hill Springs. The Postoffloe Is at the Hotel. Through tickets for the season have been arranged on the various Railroads to the Springs A fine lot of Mountain Brook ICE for the accommodation of guests, free of charge. All the AM u SEEN I S and GAMES will be pro vided. BOARD, per Calendar Month $30.00 " Week S.UO " Day 1.50 Liberal rates will be offered Families, Parties, Ministers of the GospL Editors, and persons engaged on the various railroad lines . apr 26 7 6m Geo! A. McNutt, DEALER IN Groceries Canned Goods, Confectioneries, Cigars, Tobacco, &c, Corner Main & llenly St?., IMorristoAvn, Tenn, 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 We Dye to Live and Live to Die. EAST TENNESSEE STEAM DYEING AND CLEANING ESTARLISHMENT. The only Reliable House in East Tennessee. PIECE GOODS A SPECIALTY. Merinos, SilnJ, Satins, Crapes, Rifjbons, La ces, Utoths, Velvets and Tnmmmgs. Feathers Re-Dyed or Cleaned. Goods sent by mail or express promptly attend ed to. A. H. CARLSTEDT, Prop'r. Clinch St., near Custom House, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. Dec 25 78 ly NOISELESS, ELASTIC, ADJUSTABLE, ALL STEEL, SPRING BED. 48 HONEST STEEL SPRINGS, FOR $5.00. Beds and County rights for sale by May 14, 1879. C. R. JOHNSON. Morristown, The Thoroughbred Bull, Stonewall J ackson, A FTER A VERY SUCCESSFUL X.hL mi-ssion to Bristol-on-the-Line has returned to Morristown and will serve a limited number of cows at 11. 1. Cain's Livery Stable, north of Tate's store. STONEWALL JACKSON is a thoroughbred Jersey, 5 years old. with a record in the American Herd Book. 1ER.MS : . f5 for the season. Cows sent from the country will be carefully attended to, and pas- lureu uu iue unesi neias oi grass la this section, but no responsibility for accidents. T. C. CAIN. June 11, 1879 tf EW STORE! W. H. PARKER, DEALER IK Groceries, Boots Sloes, Hats, Dry Goods, fcc., In the Y - - - MORRISTOWN. Would respectfully solicit a share of the patron age of tha citizens of Morristown and vicinity, guranteeinf tha best goods and Iswsst figures at aU timas. f9b 1 79 U ByMack Fulton, At tlie Grigsby House, MORRISTOWN, .. ... TENH tS7I solicit the public patronage, and would say that I can glre" satisfac tion either in a clean, neat shave, hair-cut, hair-dress, clean sham poo, or an elegant whisker or moustach dye. Term moderate ... New A d v General Agent for the Bale of the Celebrated outh USend Chilled which is fast superceding all other two and three-1 orse Plows. THE BEST PLOW IN THE WORLD. Has the sole agency for the sale of the 8TUDEHAKER WAGONS price reduced to $72 00, iuclud ing oraxe on dox ana running gear, ana spring Sole agent in East Tennessee for the sale of ER9, Horse Powers and the Reiiairs for the same. and cleaner attachment, which can tie attached at uuuruiiie uu me luarm. nena 11 r circular. We keep a large stock of all kinds of Agricultural Implements and Repairs, includiug Mowers, Reapers, Self-Mers, Grain Brills, Avery's Steel Plows,. at Factory prices, John Deere Steel Flows, Coate's l.ick lever Rakes, Sinclair Straw Cutters, Fish Bros Wagons (very cheap), Double-shovel Plows, and Stedl shovel and bull tongue Blades. Clover, Timothy, Orchard Grass, Herds Grass and Bti-ua sept Dy any no use in tne w est, ana seu lor Commission Merchant, sell all kinds of country pro.l n -i 1 make liberal MILIj MAC It JNTF:T?, tJr All Dusiiiees eutrustud 1 Lurf will receive Apr 77 tf P. M. WILLIAMS, WHOLESALE PRODUCE AND COMMISSION Dotilei In Wheat, Com, Oats, Hay, Flour, Lard, Iiucon, Dried Fruit 8jC. Cash Advanced on Porduco in Store. WAREHOUSE: Old Virginia Depot, on Railroad Track, ES.2itos:villo, - - Tenn. EMPRESS STEAM LAUNDRY AND French Bcth Rooms, Cor. BI.ad k High 8ts., Knoxville, - - - Tenn. MOST COMPLETE LAUNDRY SOUTH. Lace Curtains Done Up iii Parisian Style. Ladies1 Fine Wear, Gent's Shirts, Collars and Cujfs a Specialty. O UR BATH ROOMS ARE THE such as Hot, Cold, Salt, Ammonia, Meri'iiriul. Sul phur and Medicatea Mat lis. uur aulpliur Ujt!i are equal the strengt.i and temperature of tlie those of Hot Springs, Ark. Have Portable Baths to administer at residences. Can give some strong testimonials if desired. Would prefer patients to first consult a regular Physiciau In-fore applying to us. Parties from abroad can secure good board cheap while under treatment. For farther in formation address. PIIILO 13. SIIEPARD, SUPERINTENDENT Kno.eriUe, Tenn. mar 5 79 tf MY NEW PLAN ! HAVE DISCONTINUED CAN- vassing Aleuts and all expensive means mailt use of in selling Hewing Machines, and have Adopted the New Plan of selling all kinds of Sewing Machines, Needlt s, attachments and repairs at Lowkmt 1'hicks . Descriptive catalogue and price list free. ; Save money by addressing S. I ANGEL, junll 13t Knoxville, Teuu. GEO. W. PAXTON, House, Sigu and Ornamental Painter and Paper Hanger. MORRISTOWN, - - r - TENN. Country work a specialty and lib eral inducements offered. PROPOS A LS FOR HOUSE AND sign painting, especially couutry work, arc solicited aud when Altered me will meet with lib eral cash-price reduced rates. I guarantee to gie werk that wiu please and on n h( n.l.le ten: a or terms, etc., address me at Morristown, Tenn May 28, 1879 tf. GEO. WyLIOSIt. Fashionable Tonsor, Morristown, - - - - Tennessee. JHaviug fitted np and opened a new Uarbrr Shop on the railroad, next door to Newman s ueer Mali, i am prepared to accommodate the pul -lie in my line of business and resiiectfully solicit a share of their work. My price will be reasrnablj and all work guaranteed to pleate. Keen rjoii ana clean towels will be a leading feature, alto my bureau at all times will be supnlied with the bet oils and perfumeries that cau be had. In fact, I propose to dispatch work in artistic stj h but t i be convinced, come and see me. vl3 ul8 tf . THE CENTRAL HOUSE. (1 new Hotel just opened.) Gay Street, - - Knoxville, Tenn. J. C. FLANDERS, Proprietor. THE CENTICAIi HOUSE, TS SITUATED A FEW STEPS, X either way from the Castom House, Post Office Banks, Wholesale and Retail Stores, and Market. Beautiful front yard, with luxuriant shade trees. Booms and table, equal to the best in the city, to say the least. June S, Ti. FREEGIFTiailt with CON SUMPTION, ASTHMA, BORE THROAT, BRON CHITIS, or NASAL CATAKKU. I will send a oopy of 'medical cosmos sp.ksk,' free of charge . It it elegantly printed and illustrated; 144 pages 12mo., 1879. It has been the means, in the providence of God, of saving many valuable lives. The book Is Invaluable to persons suffering with any dixease of the ee. Throat, or Langs. Send name with P. O. Address and six ceuts to pay cost of mailing to Ir. N. B. WOLFE, Cincinnati, Ohio. JunJSTW w . . MOXtRISTOVN Hale and Female Hill SclooL REV. T. P.' 8UMMEE8, A. M., Principal Fe male Department. B. A . LO WRY, (Davidson College), Principa Male Department. (With corps of competent AssistaBtsin both De partments.) " ' Mas. M. B. WELSH, Teacher or juuno The next Seesion commences the first Monda la September, 1878. . . The Department are tenant in separate bui'd- t ot parucuiara addross the Frinclpala. T. P. BUMMERS. B. A. LOWItY Bf.".a8,l878TtX e r I i s e t)i e n I s T-5-1 5 -VT7 rvr 0 Knoxville, Tenn., 0 seat . hl SFXL & CO 'S "NEW MA8SILLOX" THRESH This new machine of Rusaell's has a clover hull. r any time at a cot of only $.') uO, and Is far the bct German Millett. We keep tht- LARGEST STOCK of the very lowest cash price. advancements. ot every kind furnished, also Steam Engines. prompt attention. geo. ixrecrvviv. The Celebrated Seven Springs IRON and ALUM IS M A N 1' FA CTL K EI) II Y LANDRUM & LITCHFIELD, Abingdon-, Va., And For Sale by all J)ruiN(s. IIISIS TnK MOST tSLri L, AND WITU- out dnihtp the nnnt cmHciit family rnlu iii ever phud within the rrn h u Uy im.1iv. Iu reimiation ettt-ii.lii fr and WiJef and tn grtmt l iulaut- i due entirt ly to ita owu nn-ritn. A a remedy lor relieving 8iik and Nrrvoua II. ad-l. it ih truly Raid to have no equal. Dy ir find tto be Jut tho remedy for all tluir tnuld.-a. MOTHEKS and dauhUr liav I tug ainro dia- j covered that it U a faiuMfa" for all thrir i'.U. Ciirouic diKeast a t f evry character diaap icara ty ! a proi cr use of it. It U nt tad to tak j ly harmUss, and always rtady for une. frfrl t- 6 V" The man that failn to rrovide and kw-w Lia family supplied wilh the htVfcN SPRIXUH MASS will pay out teu times more iu doctors' Lills thuu the maita would cost which the docWs would willingly be deprived of. "A Lint to the wise ia sufficient." Read tha following letter frvm phyiiciaus of Mississippi : "Our People will not be with-", out It." Office of Sl.iton k Slfiton, P'lysl.Man and Kurgnona ut-iiun iu irngs, jiniiciue, ;c. bKSATosn, JIlM., Nov. 13, 1878. Messrs. Landrum A IjIoLu. KI, Abiugdaii, Va. : Okictlkmek We are out of Hven Hprins. Mshh," aim our pe.ipl t will not l without it ; ih- are Just beginning to realize what an exu Ueiit remedy it is. I'leae send us an her grs at ouce. It U a valuable remedy, and I run rr.4nr meud it from ernomi i)i 1 ni-e, I haw not tak en any other me.lirine in two ye.ars, not widi.Uu.l ing we keep all the best medicines usually ke.t by druggists. Respectfully, Slatom A Ri.t !. lor sale bj Morrhtotcn DrvyjitUs and Druggists generally. tf" Be sure you get Skvks Skbinuh Maks. fe!i26 79 ly tub J i-lur - -fm TO fiUkiO A YKAR, or t4 to n n r f iO a lav til r mr lorailtv. No risk. olnnu til aa well ' i men. II.I.T make iuor; UothinKtotrythebmtiiie.il. N. thliig like It for money iniiii ever offered before. liuiiir pleasaut aud strictly li uiorrlile. Rrxler. if you want to know all alxint tlie beat j ayluif bu.iuw. before the public, scud us your addreM and e will send you full particulars aud privati tern, fri-e; nam pies worth ti ali I .-ee ; you ran tlisu mako t.p your mind for yonrneif. AdJrs GEOKUE 8TIN.SON ACOPorUud Maine. Juu'iftly ii03tn: WOOILEM CO. Would take this method of infnrmlno; a generous public that they feel extremely thankful for put favors aud would ask a continuance of petrousfe, promising renewed efforts. If possible, to j lr. We promise as low prices as the lowet, whete quality of work is takau into consideration, and will not aUow any oue to g-o away dnmalisfied Where it is posaiUe to please. LIST OF PRICKS : Carding Rolls 8c per lb. ; Carding and 8piiuiUig 1S per lb.; Weaving Liuwy U.v ru.toui. r to furnish a oa. wool; Weaviug fulled Jeans IWc -customer to f urai.h 11 os, wool; Wrwrlng , IHieukIn nutiilltxl H.0o cnatoiuer to furui.h lo os. wool; Weaving fulli d IMt;u Mr eii-t .tu. r to furnish U oa. wool; Weaving blanket, fl 75 cuntotuer to furmxh a lbs. wool; Waaviug or Blankets made one-half for the other. r w would prefer wih.1 should be rk n, but will reoeive it in any condition, charging for Jo and trouble in cleaning. We take wool at 4oc clean, or on that ban! a, iu exi haiiK for our stmhI. or work . We will pay fruitful ou wool in lots of 60 lbs. or over sli t ped to us. llea-e ship t"" ''"MB (X)LrX CO., Hender son's Depot, Fh; 1 and writ directions la fnU." Addre ..wOOtd-X CO., liuuie, Orpine Co., . 1 . .... V- A It . TS: P. PENCP. A CO., Morr N. W'. QHAKLKS. Telbou 11. T.nn., iin, icna.. a. a., v .1 . nmttatj.l: ' Phn OAIOlitAitU 4 N.Ny, It uk tiv.,1, Teun. ,( t ' ' Pvcspectfullyi Ca G. UANKIN, 3up't. My 21, ISTIe-tl " ' M h I R 11 li ij I, l . . . a I I....,.' ,..r.i..i if ... ) .M. w. .... u H R H i! rl If bu ','r"'"' . n,,., U,M. , H . w IM , . H. .. Fl a IS fl H II I''or' f one ru fall I , f im MtrO f.nu. ta .. i. m bmm 1 M B H if U ti mak money fat. Any oi.e ! sw. W ul .... i-.. ... t. iJ Ul'lFBrinit(i Ilia wotk V.m r.n l n k. im uw i itiW tuat. evenings and spsrc tiuui to the btixiiins. It coals i ka.Lm.hWiK.iii !! Ho. s t..,-. 72 T M .v fl rs tl Ifl I New Advertisements. t it n WiLGOX&WHilE ORGAN CO. Jilt rulen , Con n. U. S. .i. ft f .' If - V f; "Children's Blow Pedals'! Adjusted crremovedinsfan.iy. Invented and Exclusively used by this Company, The most popular Organs of the day! UNRIVALLED Ifl QUALITY. "Tho Wilcox fc Whito Orcrnn Instructor" in tho BEST and CHEAPEST in tlio xaarLot ! 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