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THE MOItfclSTO WN GAZETTE, AUGUST 1 3, 1879.
Time Table E. T V. & G. K.R. AKhlVES. DFPAKTS 10:28 a ui 10.82 a m. 5:32 p m 8:35 p m. 2:11am 2:13aro. 12:td a m 12:48 a Freight Train No. S West, 4:05 p ru 4:13 p m. . .. n u 8 East, 10:20 a m 10:40 a in. "' T. F. LEACH, Agent. ... r rr Mixed Xraiii No. 1 West, " " 2 East, Kail ,, ' 3 West, i Ea-t, . C, C. . & C. 11. H. D-Uiy Freight and Passenger Trains Sundays . eceyvted. Arrive at Morristown 6:33 p. m. Depart 10:15 a. m. Arrive at Wolf Creek, 1:30 p. in. Depart 8:00 p. tn. Time-Tab le Itojrersville & Jef . ferson Kailroad. Trains leave Rogersvt'Ie daily (Sunday excepted) at 7 a. m., arriving at ltogersville Junction at 8 a. m making direct connection -with the West-bound Mail train upon the E. T., Va. & Ga. ItH., -which arrives iu 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 ltogernville at 4 p.m. Parties going t Jlosersville from the West will take the Freight train which leaves Knoxville at 7 45 a. m. Do we Believe inVitchcaft? "I take the position that we do not, in its broad sense," said a gentleman of years and experience ; "and yet we .. find many of the present day carrying a Buckeye in their pocket through a kind of superstition, when they might be re- , lieved by a few applications of Tab lets Buckeye Pile Ointment.' TMi Ointment is made from the Buckeye, and is recommended for nothing else but Piles, Try it. It will cure you. Price, 50 cents per bottle.. For Sale by all Druggists. " - Messrs. Sanford, Chamberlain & Albert : Gents: I bave been troubled for years with cramps and nainsinmy body and limbs, and after trying many thiDgs I am clearly of the opinion that your Hart's Great Relief is the best medicine in the world, as it always relieves me in from one to three minutes. I write this New Advertisements. New Adrertiseirtents. New Advertisements. New Advertisements New Advertisements. Is now iu receipt of the largebt mid. handsonies J. S. MILLER, Merchant -Tailor, Morristown, Tenn. First-Class Wort Graceful and SUM. NO MIS-FITS. avinto AnnpTF.n morris. town as my future home. I solicit the pa- UHTrc. 1 ,1 ri- .1 - n l. Nni1 (Inptl. fnr tllP I?PfPnfintl tronageofa generous public. With an experience w" -"lUUrtUO VTIf IiaUlUf S. 1 J " " of 28 years, I feel safe in guaranteeing perfect m . . satisfaction. Gents' and boys' garments cut and lUCreS, I ailllSe LlOtllS, made equal to any in the State. Ladies' coats and habits exquisitely cut and made. Prices as low Liinen La WHS. French .Taconets. thin avf-irn I ' MINERAL HILL !MY GOODS, SPRINGS. Bean's StaiiOB, Graicpr Co., Tenu. . BRowisr, Knoxville, Term., T II K General Agent for the Sale of the that he has ever shown. DRESS GOODS Celebrated South ISend Chilled IPlow, which is fast superceeding all other two and three-horse Hows. THE BEST PLOW IN THE WORLD. of Visitors mid Guests. tlint : . : 1 1 .til j mm 11 ii I wiucia biuiuanj amicieu may re- The MOmStOWH UaSette. Lieve themselves by using it, and also WAAiOwW v. w.- becauge j fee that it lg duft to you that this much be said. C. G. Surra, Grainger County, Tennessee. The price is only 50 cents, yet the real value is beyond estimation. We allude to that invaluable com pound, Coussens' Honey of Tar, which has gained the enviable repu tation of being the greatest cough medicine of the age. For Croup, Whooping Cough, and all Throat and Lung diseases it has no equal. Sufferers with consumption who use it always experience speedy relief. Try it. ' For sale by all druggists. Worth Noticing. J01 TINGS FROM CLAIBORNE. Tazewell, Aug. 8, 1879. To the Editor ot tha Morristown Gazette : TFIE ELECTION Wa3 sliraly attended. The interest, however, was overwhelming for "Ac ceptance." I hear the vote stood only four for "Rejection ;" one hun dred and fifty for "Acceptance." otrrt COLLEGE. Opened Monday with 102 students, 40 more than last year. The pros pect is favorable for at least 200 students So our good citizens think. THE OPENING Was one of unusual interest. The Debating Societies led in the exer cises. Mr. Ed. E. Parker delivered The rates of fare at the YELLOW SPRINGS HOTEL are less than at any uiner watering piace in me Estate, ana it furnishes as much real comfort and pleasure. The water and mountain scenery cannot be excelled. Persons trie eaiuiacory auuress iu uuan ui win nnd private conveyance daily from the Jefferson, and Mr. J. N. Holt New Market via. Dandridge. The . ,, k'puu6j aic luuatcu n miles BOUU1 OI the Washington Society. Ihese Dandridge and 10 miles west of New- young gentlemen did Pn-p0 & FOXt Fn nonor, as well as toe societies mey junll 3m dandridge, Tenn. rpnrp.spntpd. A decade of vears and these voudp: gentlemen will be heard KENTUCKY from, in relations honorable and ei:- MILITARY as good work can be done for in this section. Country Produce taken in exchange for work. Cleaning and Repairing neatly executed. All work done with precision. Punctuality a specialty. European and American fashions constantly on nana, i invite au to can upon me at my shop, nearly opposite commercial tiotei. Main street. J. S. MILLER. JuU6 79 iy AGENTS ! 1ST 250 LOW PRICED and FAST SELLING BOOKS. TESTAMENTS and BIBLES are most completely ipipreHHineu in our new ukas u uumbi na i ion PROSPECTUS BOOK, by samcle reos. bindima. illustrations, etc A great variety and mire suc cess ror convaasers. All actually wishing EM PLOYMENT, addrtss for terms, Standaud Pub. uo , bt. lvouis, mo aug. 6 6m. A. T. Newman, Morristown, proposes to make it to the interest 01 the people in Hamblen and adjoining counties to buy there Medical Whisky from him. lie will give whole sale prices to parties buying 2, 3 or 4 gallons. Send in your orders. ma28tf Bowel Complaints cured :b-x- PERRY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER! 1QA( For thirty-nine years it has-j Q'TQ Otc Uhad no equal in curing cases of I O I t CHOLERA CHOLERA MORBUS. DIARRH03A. and aU BOWELL COMPLAINTS. During the summer months every household should have a Dottle near at hand for immediate use. Pnce 25c., 50c., and $1 per bottle. Sold everywhere, jul 30 '79 4w aid. SPOOL COTTON. ESTABLISTTED 1812. and all other new varieties of Dress Goods. Ladies', Children's and Gents' Viable, In addition to these, speeches were made by Gen. P. G. Fulkerson, Capt. R. F. Patterson and Rev. W. B. Baldwin. These gentlemen were enthusiastic aa to the opening and outlook of the school, as well a3 happy in their thoughts and illus-i traUons,ca!eulat.ed to encourage both patron and students. The old stu dents had not forgotten Gen. Ful- INSTITUTE. Farmdale, Franklin Co. Oldest military school in the South-west. Thir- ty-nttn lear begins September 1. Six miles out of Frankfort, Ky. For catalogues, etc., address, jul 30 "79 4w aid. POST ADJUTANT. GEOKGETOWN Female seminary, Foxxnclecl in 184G. The next scholastic year opens on the first Mon- Ker90n S onenino- address OI la8t aay m aeptemoer, is ?y. For catalogues, address 1 " me at Georgetown, Ky., J. J. RUCKER, Prin. vear. and verv naturallv listenea to jmou w. aia him with deep interest, aud not with out profit; while the recent literary GEOItGE A. CLAKK, SOLE AGENT, 400 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. rH A "RBAGE and CrBBAXT WOBMS des-'-ii.-IJtroyed without the use of poison. Vegetable remedies. Grow everywhere. Two ' receipts for 25 cts. aud 3ct. stamD. jul 3079-4w aid SCOTT MORRIS, Franklin, Ind, e of Ky. Fall term begins Sept. 8, 1879. A full course of instruction in English, Mathematics, French, Ger man, Civil History, Political Economy, Civil Engi neering, Chemistry, Logic and Metaphysics, Natu ral HiHtory and Military Tactics. Tuition, $15.00 per year. Matriculation, $5.00. Unfurnished room, $5.00. Board in clubs $1.50 to $2.00 per week; in private families $4.00 to $5.00. Whole ex penses, exclusive of clothing, need not exceed $120.00 per annum. Compensated labor furnished to a limited number of students . Classes taueht in Practical Mechanics . Apply for catalogues to JAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., Lexington, Ky. jul 30 79 4w aid. address of Capt. Patterson awakened corresponding attention and expec tation, which were fully realized. Those who are acquainted with Mr. Baldwin's happy methods of "put ting things," can better imagine the force of his eloquent tongue on such an occasion tUan I can describe. LECTURES By our leading physicians, on sev eral health topics, are promised for this term ; aa well as one or more on Government, by other gentlemen. Dr. Day will deliver the first of the eerieg. Gen. Fulkerson and Capt Patterson will lecture on the latter and puch other topics as will be of interest to the pupils. " SLAMMING I " A RIGHTEOUS DECIS" i -- Yon ' " ' ' "It must be done if lenient parents do object," says the Supreme Court of Tennessee. Aud so thought Mr. John Essary, as he piled tbe birch upon the back of a little youngster for telling a falsehood. But the in dignant sire could not submit to And For Sale by all Druggists. this, and the young rerormer was called from his academic retreat into the presence of grave justices to an swer for cruel treatment to one of rwinisis the most useful, andwith- his hopeful scions. The facts, as oct doubt, the most efficient family medicine developed in the trial, were these: uua th. v . , . , . . . reputation extends far and wide, and its great i. oiuueiii, was mviu" ma uiuiiuai , .. . . ...... J popularity is due entirely to its own merits. Aa i powers, in the Way of a Whistle." remedy for relieving Sick and Nervous Headache, Mr. Easary reproved bis Conduct. In it is truly said to have no equal. Dyspeptics find a few minutes the 37Ounp:Ster dupli-i lt e just the remedy for all their troubles. The Celebrated : Seven Springs IRON and ALUM IS MANUFACTURED BY LANDRUM & LITCHFIELD, Abixgdon, Va., The distinctive features of this spool cotton are that it is made from the very finest SEA ISLAND COTTON. It is finished soft as the cotton from which it is made : it has no waxing or artificial finish to de ceive tne eyeg; it is tue strongest, smootnest ana most elastic sewing thread in the market : for ma chine sewing it has no equal ; it is wound on lnilTE SPOOLS. The Black is the most perfect JET BLACK ever produced in spool cotton, being dyed by a system patented by ourselves. The colors are dyed by the NEW ANILINE PROCESS rendering them so perfect and brilliant that dress makers everywhere use them instead of sewing silks. A Gold Medal was awarded this spool cotton at Paris, 1878, for " great strength" and " general ex cellence" beit g 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 all otners. To be had at wholesale and retail at BROWN & WELLS. EARNEST & BRISCOE. jul 9'79 m KNOXVILLE Fire Insurance Company. Office in First National Bank. Capital Stock $100,000 OFFICERS - D. A. CARPENTElt, President. F. H. McCLUNG, Vice-President. COLUMBUS POWELL, Sec. & Treas. DIRECTORS. JOSEPH JAQUES, C. M. McGHEE, JOS. H. EARNEST, F. W. TAYLOR, SB., E. J. SANFORD, C. E. LUCKEY, S. B. LUTTRELL, K. C. JACKSON, W. W. WOODRUFF, F. H. McCLUNG, D. A. CARPENTER. FINANCE COMMITTEE: Tfc.6 handsomest varieties ever shown in any Dry uooas iiouse. Kid Gloves. Undressed kids, white and colored . LISLE GLOVES two to six buttons. Laces, Embroideries, Corsets, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Ladies', Gent's and Chiklrens' 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, ic, Ladies' and Chiklrens' Linen Suits, something entirely new. STietland SItawhs, New Styles of French Plaid, Shawls 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 up. Counterpanes and Quilts, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4 Sheetings, Linen and Cotton PiUoio Casings. Table Linens, Napkins, Doy lies, Towels, Crash, &c. Best Anker Bolting Cloths, Nob. 3 to 11, constantly on hand. Dressmaking Department in the Store. Suits for Ladies and Mioses made in the very latest styles, ana at nioaerate prices. Orders for goods by mail attended to promptly and particular attention given to selecting such goods. The very best goods and prices as low as ordin ary goods are usually sold for. CHAS. II. THOMAS, Lessee and Proprietor ; WM. J. HEACTKER, M. D., Resident Physician. ED, WHITE, AND BLACK Sulphur. Chalybeate. EPSOM. Alum. Lithia or BJack Water, Pure Limestone and Freestone waters. These nre highly recommended for-diseases of the Liver and Kidneis, Stomach and 1SOWELS, AND A SPECIFIC FOB SCROFULA, RHEU MATISM and other Blood poisons, malarial or otnerwisa, Accommodations Largely Ex tended and Improved. Hot and Cold Sulphur Baths, Rtnd of Music, &c, &c. l& All the attachments of a first-class Watering i-iace. a spienaia line or Hants, xhe u. S. Mail aud Expres packages will come daily from Mor ristown to mineral mil springs. The Postoflice 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 tor the accommodation of guests, free of charge. All the AMUSEENT8 and GAMES will be pro- viueu. BOARD, per Calendar Month $30.00 I sett" all kinds of couutry pro.i " Weelc 8.00 " 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 79 6m WILCOX&WHITE ORGAN CO. JUtrHcn, Co tui. i'.S.A. A -- t. " , ...-.Tj w . Has the sole agency for the sale of the 8TTDEBAKEB WAOONS-prioe reduced to fTl 00. includ ing brake on box aud niuuiug gear, and spring .-at a8c aKl'n' in Ka8t 1un'B'B for the sale of RUSSELL CO 8 "NEW MASHILLON" TDRISII-t-KS, Horie Powers and the It..raim for h Thi. .... .. i .... ... . .. ... j . - x . . ...... . uiwuiuc ui itiimrii if ilSM m Clover Dllut-r and cleaner attachment, which can be attached at any time at a cost of only flu 00, aud i far tLe b. machine on the market. Send for circular. ne Keep a large stock of all kinds of Agricultural Implements and Repairs, iucluding Mowers, Reapers, Self-BMers, Grain Drills, Avery's Steel Plows.. at Factory prices, John Deere Steel Flows, Coate's look-U ver Rakes, Sinclair Straw Cutter. Finn Bro'. n aguiis Vvei y cueap;, iwuoie-stiovel Plows, and Steol shovel aud bull t-ugue Iliad. . rfv S tiTithy' r,cha,'d PTt??1 G.ras" ud erma Millett. We k.p the LARGEST STOCK of j uuunc ,u ,m uci, uiu icu ior me very lowest casii price. Commission Merchant, MILL MAC.X a.u uuBiuess entrusted v. ui Apr 77 tf ' make liberal advanoementa. iJ EI?, X ot every kind furuibhed, also Steam Engine. will receive promit attention 1 receive prompt attention. GEO. Geo. A. McNutt, -DEALER IN- FAMILY P. SV3. WILLSARiS, WHOLESALE PRODUCE AND COMMISSION Ioiiloi In "Children's B!owPedaIs,MI Adjusted or reinovedlnsfanlly. ImM and Exclusively used by this Company. The most popular Organs of the day! UNRIVALLED 1(1 QUALITY. "Tho Wilcox As Whlto Orean Instructor I tho BEST nnd CHEAPEST in tlio marliot ! Stnd F-.r I'Jhs'ritrl Catalan. G BOOKS' MILLION mMMMHMfB A mr iM fM fluid 14 rnPOIIDG ' uais liaxJ" I,l0liri J'r(f, JSacon, Dried J;:;,i:tlrarzi wmm mmm rm I n I r-4ti-. kirg ..f cu.ii.itr. m4 M. .... ALVIN BARTON, Gay Street, Opp. Lamar House, KNOXVILLE, TENN. Not V 77 Canned Goods, Confectioneries, Cigars, Cash Advanced on Porduce in Store. WAREHOUSE: Old Virginia Denot. O X 1 7 - Tenn. 1879. February. 1879. Tobacco, &c, Morristown Marble "Works, HOWE THOMPSON, Pkowuctoiw, Cowan, Mculung I Co., Corner Main & Henly St3., Morristown, Tenn. Are now receiving and opening an Immense Stock of Goods FOR THE Spring Trade of 1879, INCLUDING 500 Cases Prints, 400 u Piece Goods, . 300 " Bleach'd Domestics, 600 Bales Brown Domestics, Oinghsms, linens, Alpacas, Delaines, White Goods Tickings, Osnaburgs, Drills, Shirting Stripes and Cotton Plaids. Also a complete Hue of 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 in the State. Sept 5 77 tf We Dye to Live aad Live to Die. EAST TENNESSEE STEAM DYEING AND 7f Jk ml DEALERS IK Morristown, Italian A; American MARBLE MONUMENTS Tombstones, Heal and Feet Stancs. 3 w WiLit tn fir i rt rmu I ir.tM a.l i f .1 tn 1- lit 7 M 1 "THE PftlVATC MCOICAL ADVIStH oIa, . 'w BirraiiurrhM. jr. 4 I m iotnov. Um st o4 scmm, I NiriMMM, A' Ut hm'i. t ! m4 l-1M, hw.( Ihm-sv, inmm f ft'fkl, IfUtUw 14 wry. I" mi livit lr, u., kM a rr wir4r m U Ki m toktm mi iUJ fitM 4mmmm , Ud mwmt 0 jKf PO cant, FOR ONH DOUAH ir.tPi I-- t f -. u ., .1 i u..-, (..!.(-! ftmgr mtt ilTf ! l,.utrtM'ni , mn4 nihfinn( Tth.. mt ( $ nt tiT VUtn IhrU l Vuftit k"- H f r,ftli,-nml t i hm A uUr U an tjr ,mm4 r ' " f jtmrm pr. to, t 1( kiMB', I hm !' f ntl rufv df tri'f nifnl ( 4wn. ,1 ( ti.ur4 tt fmmt V.u tu th-t !..' . .itt fr-m irtiiu il4 ul t t '. mt .f mr, lflt ii' if.or i i of it. itttfin-f . u .uL.m rmr unW tn h'l if " J'rt t'hrrtntii n 14; p P v n U t T 'T P P FN S A PMT .(u .it i i- , ... . ..i I i . .i. t . - -tttr4 mi lilt of Hrw4l ffr tiwti f ( r . f Uwt9 SATIFNTS TRFATFD i ..4 (I H DUTIS thTH mt 1 4M rit f"" r V TTHK Um4 htm tht mmmm m4 4 4 lMf tk lkm lbT ) I' "4Jig ifll I AlvsaUif , . l im not . r Ail nimmuii r(i r Wr,-t f rFRliit l, n4 Snu!. b atUx u u Iii. lit i'la ,U hvnh ru m , m Lw, tu. BOOTS AND SHOES, cleaotno establishment. JOSEPH JAQUES, C. M. McGHEE, E. J. C. E. SANFORD, LUCKEY. STOCKHOLDERS : cated his deliverance, with added zest. On beinsc arraigned the see owl lime he denied the charge. Sev eral testified to his jjuilt. Mr. Ks- ear' then chastised him for false hood, not for whistling, lie struck him four or five tinies across the back, breaking a iittle boii and mak ing a mark of a few inche3. The boy pretended to his parents that his was a case full cousin to murder, a-.d that his teacher should be jugged for hU cruelty. J. L. Rogers, E-q., apr care i for Mr. E-?ary, and Vin cent Myers, Jvq., for the prosecu tion. The trial took p'ace in the court hon e, before hu .dieds, and resulted in the acquittal of Mr. Es eary, ar.d the taxing of the pro-ecu-tor with the costn. " It, was a most righteous decision," eaid hundreds; one that indicates that there is a sen timent favorable to law and order in the school room. Mr, Essar' re turned his school Tuesday morning, vrith the consciousness that, slam ming" is in order, and that the peo ple are with him in his rightheous work. RAIN ! RAIN I 1 BAIN Ml In abundance. Corn better than any crop for ten years past. Such is tbe report about town. Grass is spring ing up like May time. B. G. M. I TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. At a regular mcttini? of French Broad Lodg,No. 1522 K. of H., M. J. Mims,H. W. Moore, and C. II. Sowers were appointed a committee to present ap propriate resolutions in memory of Bro. H. C. Helm, tipon which the committee presented the following : Wherkas, It has pleased the Supreme Dictator of the l"niv rue to remove from our midst our be loved friend and brother, Henry O. Helm by sud den and unexpected death in the prime of life. Resolved, Therefore, that iu the death pf oar orother, Hikit C, Hi.m, this Lodge mourns the, loss of one whom the Fraternity honored for his manly virtues, whose benevoleuse wa ever on the alert actuated by that true spirit which knows naught but the good of his fellow rr.au. Resolved, That this Lodge deeply and most sin cerely sympathize with the bereaved widow and orphans and ilcA fatlw-r and mother and many friends nnd relatives if our deceased brother, trusting that Ha who doetu all things well, will b to them a fathPr and friid. Resolved, That a copy of these resolution le furnished the widow of our deceased brotha? , . Resolved, That a copy of thene resolutions be furnished to the Moriuhtowm Oazkitx with re quest to publish. M.J Mivs, Chairman. O. II. Boweh, H. W, Mooei, 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 ; perfect ly harmless, and always ready for use. Sf The man that fails to provide and keep his family supplied with the SEVEN SPRINGS MASS will pay out ten times more in doctors' bills than, the mass would cost which the doctors would willingly be deprived of. "A hint to the wise is sufficient." Read the following letter from physicians lot Mississippi: "Our People will not be with out It." Office of Slaton & Slaton, Physicians and Surgeon and dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Sec. Senatoria, Miss., Nov. 19, 1878. Messrs. Landrum St Litchfield, Abingdon, Va. : Gentlemen We are out of " Seven Springs Mass," and our people will not be without it ; they are just beginning to realize what an excellent remedy it is. 1'iea.se send us another grops at once. It is a valuable remedy, and I can reeom? mend it from personal experience, I have not tak en any other medicine ic two years, notwithstand ing we keep all the bet medicines usually kept by druggists. Respectfully, t . . Slaton & Slaton. For sale bg Morristown Druggists and Druggists generally. t Be sure you get Seven Spbinos Mass. feb26 79 ly sub 3 chgs C. M. McGhee, , Joseph Jaques, E. J . Sanford, Joseph H . Earnest, A. J. Albers, A. J. Mountcastle, W A. Anderson, S. T. Logan", H. C. Jackson, R S. Payne, D. T. Boyuton, James O'Couuer, James L. Oaines, R. N. Hood, W. P. Washburn, John E. Chapman, Jos. T. McTeer, E. C . Powell, S. Saltmarsh, Thos. L. Williams, J. li. Hoxije, aug 11 78 ly J. V. Fulkerson F. H. McClunp, D. A. Carpenter, W. W. Woodruff, A. Caldwell, M. L. Rce, F. W. Taylor, Sr. Oeorye W. Albers, O. W. Palmer, S Ii. Luttrell, M. J. Condon, Chas. H. Brown, Hutjh Martin, O. E. Luclit-y, B. F. Earnest, R. T. Wilson, Tims. O'Connor, ; Jno . E.irne3t, N. Kngart, R. M. Rhea, J. W Lilliard, D. F. KosS, EMPRESS STEAL! LAUNDRY AND French Bath . Rooms, Cor. Broad & High Sta., Knoxville, - - - Tenn. MOST COMPLETE LAUNDRY SOUTH. Lace Curtains Done Up in Parisian Style. Ladies' Fine Wear, Gent's Shirts, Collars and Cuffs a Specialty. 4kUR BATH ROOMS ARE THE Hj' best in the city. Give aU kinds of Baths such as Hot, Cold, Salt, Ammonia, Mercurial, Sul phur aud Medicated Baths. Our Sulphur Batha are' equal the ptrengta and temperature of the those of Hot Springs, Ark. Have Portable Baths to administer at residences. Can give some strong testimonials tf desired. Would prefer patients to first consult a regular Physician before applying to us. Parties from abroad can secure good board cheap while under treatment. For farther in formation address, PIIILO B. SIIEPARD, SUPERINTENDENT ; : - - - ' " Knoxt&U, J'ein. - xaar79 if ' ROGEliSVILLE FEMALE COLLEGE. ip HE NEXT SESSION WILL EL bejrin Monday, September 9th. The location, tne Duiutmgs, tne tnorounness in tne moae or in struction, and the care taken of students, make it j one of tU most desirable seaLs of learning in the country. Material reduction in rates of Board and Tul tion. For particulars, address, . - REV. A. T7. WILSON, aug. 8,1877.tf. PRESIDENT GEO. W. PAXTON, House. Sisrn and Ornamental Painter and Paper Hanger. Men's and Boys' Calf aud Kin Boots, Brogans and Ties, Women's and Chil dren's Pebble Grain, Kid, Goat, Calf and Lasting Balmorals. 500 Cases Kip Boots, 500 " Calf Boots, 500 " Kip Brogans, 500 . " Calf Brogans, 1,000 " Women's Shoes, 500 Kolls Leather. A splendid assortment, and every line I complete in the HAT DEPARTMENT. 500 Cases Men's Hats, 500 Cases Boys' Hats, 500 Cases Ladies1 and Misses' Hats, 500 Cases Children's Hats. NOTIONS. A full aud complete line of all the Novelties in this department. HARDWARE. The only Reliable House in East Tennessee. PIECE GOODS A SPECIALTY. Merinos, SilnS, Satins, Crapes, Ribbons, La ces, Cwtns, Velvets and Trimmings. Feathers IJe-Dyed or Cleaned. Goods sent by mail or express cromntlv attend ed to. A. II. CARLSTEDT, Prop'r. Clinch St., near Custom House, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. Dec 25 78 ly NOISELESS, ELASTIC, ADJUSTABLE, ALL STEEL, sixtirso BED. MORRISTOWN, T 13 IV IV 13 SHIS 13. MATT. NELSON CO., DEALERS IIST GOODS AND NOTIONS, 1 40 Gay Street, - KNOXVILLE. ipARTIES VISITING KNOXVILLE WILL FIND IT TO THEIR cash. We caary the largest stock in Knoxville f,f CASII3IERS, MOHAIRS ANI ALPACAS, Also a heavy stock of Plain and Brocaded Dress Goods, in all the latest styles CORSET8! CORSETS! A very large stock of Corset white and colored, all grades. JJ full line of Bleached and Broun Domestics, Tickings, Ginghams, Cassimers, Jeans. Canton and Wool Flnnnols.Shiiwls. OKirts, isiankets, etc. tdbpecial attention mven to orders. aec l 78 ly (East of R. R. Depot.) KNOXVILLE, - - - TENNESSEE. Tim Prof Hr., fVr mm rmrm ft m"f, hr ctti. tnl in th trwtmui nf irf nuiitlr nfrifi , ru IN rmrr, fii mt t ur.Vl ( .tl(-.uwlit.( n I N h A I Offer to the publio 4S HONEST STEEL SPRINGS, FOR 85.00. Beds and Couuty rights for sale by May 14,1879. C. B. JOHNSON. Morristown, SASH, DOORS, Matched Flooring, Ceiling, BRACKETS, 3I0ULDINGS, NEWELS, LIfIDS, Weatherboarding OTAVING OVER 1,000,000 FEET OF LUMRER IN STOCK OUK I M. facilities are unequaled In East Tennewsoe. Ordnra milioited and Huf.-H,,n munnit The Thoroughbred Bull, s"""'"" j.-.ir. StonewallJackson, THE CENTRAL HOUSE. A iiew Hotel just ojuned.) A FTER A VERY SITCf 'F.S.HKI1T. ill mii-ssion to Bristol-ou-the-Liue has returned Gay Street, - Complete assortment Of Staple cows at U. V. Caiu'a Livery Stable, north of Tate's store. A very nardvoare, including Nails, Axes, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Wrapping Paper, &c. Also. Trunks. Satchels, and Um brellas. The whole embracing the most complete stock of Genena! Merchandise ever offered in the Southern country. The ad vantages obtained bv us in purchasing DIRECT FROM THE JVIANUFACTUKEI1S in lanre quanti ties, enables us to compete successfully with the largest houses in the United States. COWAN, M'CLUNG & CO. jluu.v lilt , l villi. I M If STONEWALL JACKSON is a thoroughbred Jersey, 5 years old, with a record in the Aiuerieau Herd Book. TERMS: $5 for the season. Gown sent from ' the country will be carefully attended to, end pas tured on the finest fields of grass in tliis sectiou but no responsibility for accidents. J. C. FLANDERS, nanke iroiu M ot June 11, 1879 tf T. C. CAIN. TO plow A YKAK, or 1 to 'JU a day In yi.ur Waiily. So rfsk. Womrn do is wWI ih men. II ii. y make i-mre 'lian the ai.uMint ptated tlove. No one uti fall to make monry f-t. Any one can do the work. You ran to St an hour bv tb vctina your evrtiiugn and k ar tium to Ihe lmlu.. It coals j not'iing to try the bnfii!ir. N tlitug like it lr money making ever oaVred bvt-r. liu.iu'Mi ' xleaaant arul atrirtly honoriLle. li'-a'l r, if jnu TS SITUATED A FEW STEPS. ! before tlie t,utllc. send ua vour adilr. ai d wn I either wav from the (!iiHtom House, Post Office will send you full particular aud xrlvt ternia liinks. Wholesale aud lU-tui) Stores, and Market. freo; saniples w;.r!h aim. fr.H-; y.n cau theu lieautiful front vard, with luxuriant shade trees, j make np our mind fur yonnuir. Addrxks Kooms aud table, equal to the best iu the city, to : GEOKGE STIN.SON JtCO.I'orlaiid .Maine, juifi .ly say the h ast. Jure 8, T5. I THE CENTRAL HOUSE, NEW STORE! morristown, - - - - tesw. nyi.c. WILMETH W. H. PARKER, Country work a specialty and lib eral inducements offered. PROPOSALS FOR HOUSE AND sin painting, especially country work, are ! solicited and when offered me will meet with lib eral cash-price reduced rates. I guarantee to give werk that will please and on reasonable terms For terms, etc., address me at Morristown, Tenn May 28, 1879 tf. I MY NEW PLAN! HAVE DISCONTINUED CAN- vassing A.Tents and all expensive means made use of in selling Hewing Machines, and have Adopted the New Plan of selling all kinds of Sewing Machines, Needles, attachments ana repairs at IjOwkst ibices . Descriptive catalogue and price list free. , Bave money by addressing S. 1 ANGEL, Jonll 13t Knoxville, Tenn. Cheap Mower for Sale ! A Lawn Mower, entirely new, will be sold eheap I or casn cneaper uiau can oe uau anywuere. for further particulars, apply to Win. Parker, In tbe y," Morristown, Tena., or the Gazbttb office. . July 9, 1879 tf. DENTIST,. MAIN STREET, : . . MORRISTOWN, TENN. OFFICE H0L7B8 From $ a. ii. to 5 p. Terms very moderate. oct 3 T7 lj Martla f asMDjton Ccllese, Abingdon, Va. THE BFST EQUIPPED : FE male College In the South: Fine covering eleven acres. Superb buildings, erected at a cost of nearly $50,000.00. Booms handsomely furnished. Table well 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. For catalogue containing full particu lars, Address .KET. J5.E.HOSS,M A., FsZSIDXXT. Julv9 79 2m DEALER IN Groceries, Boots Sloes, : Hats, Dry Goods, fec, In the Y - - - MORRISTOWN. Would respectfully solicit a share Of the patron age of the citizens of Morristown and vicinity. gi iran teeing the best goods and lowest fiau pes at 1 all times. fab 19 79 tf TONSORIAL. By Mack Fulton, At the Grigsby House, MORRISTOWN, TENS E2TT solicit the public patronage, and would say that I can giro satisfac Ition either in a clean, neat shave, hair-cut, hair-dress, clean sham poo, or an elegant whisker or moustache dye. Terms moderate r -1 FREE GIFT witb VQX- STTMPTION, ASTHMA, SORE THROAT, BRON CHITIS, or NASAL CATARRH. I will seud a copy of 'medical common sknsk,' free of charge. It it elegantly printed and illustrated; 114 pages 12mo., 1879. It has been the means, in the providence of God, of having many valuable lives. Tbe book is Invaluable to persona suffering with any disease of the NoHr, Throat, or LQHKS. Rend name with P. O. Address and six cents to pay cost of mailing to Dr. N. B. WOLFE, Cincinnati, Ohio. junasTJsw MORRISTOWN Male aid Female Hi&li ScliooL KEV.T. P. BUMMERS, A. M., Principal Fe male Department. R. A. LOWRV, (Davidson College), Prinrtpa Male Department. (With corps of competent Assistants in both De partments.) Mns. B.B. WELSH, Teacher of Music The next Session commences the first Monda in September, 1878. The Derrtrnents are taught la separate bui'.d lnga. , For particulars address the Principal. T. P. BUMMERS, B. A. LOWR 0g. 28,1878 tf ' - WALKER & SON, THE OLD, RELIABLE AND PEEMANENT Barbers, TTll J removed their shop from the old stand 11 on Kenry street to the house in the nea the depot, where they will be pleased to see and wait upon all of their old customers, and aa many newoae my feel inclined to patronize then HOME WOOILEN CO. Would take tliis method of informlug a generous public that they feel extremi ty thaukful for iut favors and would ank a oonliuuanoe of patronaKn, promising renewed efforts, if pownble, to t Uwmi. We promise as low prices aa the lnwrat. whet a quality of work 1 taken into consideration, snd will not allow any one to go away diaaalianed where it is possible to please. LIST OF TRICES: Carding Roll 8c per lb. ; Carding and Bri&ttln lftc per lb.; Weaving Linaey rnUuur to furniah 8 ot, w miI; Weaving fulled Jeans 3VJ -customer to furni.U 11 tit. wool; Weaving Doeskin unfulled Mo customer to fnrmah 10 oa. wool; Weaving fulled Domkin 60c c'URt.mier to furnish 12 ok. wool; Weaving blanket fl 71 cuhtomer to furnish 6 lbs. wool; Weaving or Blankets tuado one-half for the other. f w would prefer w.miI should be clean, but will receive It in any condition, charging for loa and trouble in eleaning. We take wool at c clean, or on that bast, iu exchange for our good or work. We will pay freight on wool in lots of 60 lbs. or over shipped to im. I'lease ship to JiOMB WOOLEN CO., Hend. r sou'S DejMt, Eat Trim., and write direvUima in fuU. Address Hu.ME WOOLEN CO., Uotue, Greeue Co., K. Teun. A OENT3: P. PENCE CO., Morristown, Tenn., N. W. VITARI.KS, Talbotfs Btation, Tenn., 1. L. QCIIXKN, Whiteborg, Tenu., GALBRAilU NE.Ny, Rusaeuviile, Tena.' Rciwtfully, C. G. KAN KIN, Sup't. May Jl, 1879 tf J LEUCORRHEA. Y V It, Vo mcmTt nl C' hli,iavnft thai ftilf Ainrtf '. A trvifoi."f.'T rni.?Tt mnmm rrmi.t Tt,i4 d t f ! tttm m-mt of lh !,, n1 ilmmf tW n rw- avn t our. prolti'irif an linm-l.f Uii.tf ait1 rrH-astttf pain Of VtipifMinllHrei. anl l!ot f Inls-rfr r rth l rrr O narr puruiti an p aiirwa rf ! if. 4 !-' a r art-1 prtH ( , y p.ai n w !. aaw-nrftr a-!! r-vm ihSrrii ftud frmtv put bp in urmi .ain bnmm i ttirm fnlj (lirrrtii1!' It'-lt'. N. I, ("mmii h t laaf utisumh ) ft i No. 8, ( (tXtuK.'i t tail i ft.'Hitit , No fl, at ( thrt mm t,i. a tjj ni. f f rur. 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