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Till MoilklSTOWN GAZETTE, AUGUST 20, 1870.
Time Table E. T., V. & G. It. It. AB&IVES Mixed Train No. 1 West, " " " 2 East, . Mail - 44 8 West, " " " 4 East, Freight Train Xo. 5 West, 8 East DEPARTS . 19:28 a m 10: 32 a m. 6:32 p m 5:35 pm. 2:11 a m 8:13 a m. 12:4 a is a m. 4:05 p m 4:13 p m. 10:20 a m 10:40 a m. T F. LEACH, Agknt. .CC.O.& C. R. R. L Pally Freight and Passenger Trains Sundays excepted..- Arrive at Morrietown 6:35 p. m. Depart 10:15 a. m. Arrive at Wolf Creek, 1:30 p. m. Depart 3:00 p. m. TIme-Table Roffersvilie :& Jef ferson Railroad. Trains leave Rogersville dally (Sunday excepted) at 7 a. m., arriving at Rogersville Junction at 8 a. m., making direct connection with the West-bound Mil train upon the E. T . , Va . k Ga. RR., which arrives in KuoxviUe at 11:08 a. m. Returning leave Rogers ville Junction at 3 p. m., after the ar rival of the Eastern and Westeru-bonnd freights, and arrive at Rogersville at 4 p.m. Parties going te Rogers villa from the West will take the Freight train which leaves Knoxville at 7 45 a. ru. The Morristown Gazette. HAWKINS COUNTY DEPARTMENT It. L. POATS, Editor. Francis D. Alexander, Esq., Las sold his house and lot on Main street in Rogersville to Dr. Pierce, who contemplates erecting a busi honsa and a dwelling thereon. Mr. Alexander, we learn, expects to change his place of residence to the city of Philadelphia. Senator Conkling, of New York, and the wife of Senator Sprague. of Rhode lslaod, have been monstrous lo'ving toward each other for a year or two. Sprague caught Conkling at his house the other day "spoon eying" with Mrs. S. and the chival rnn a Rhode Is and Senator rot so confounded mad that he told Conk ling right to his face, " after that, we give up that we have studied woman-nature to very little advantage in the last half century. K The next , session of Rogersville Female College will commence on Monday, the 22nd day-ofSeptember, 1879, as will be seen from a notice published elsewhere In the Gazette of to-day. Thifc will be the 30th' animal ses sion of that institution, and the 5th under the Presidency of Rev. A. W. Wilson. Thers are ladies all oyer the South who received their educa tion at the Rogersville school, ladies who ought now to be using their best influences for the building cp of the institution in which' they, in more prosperous times, received their educations. y President Wilson has shown dur ing the last four vears that he is a man of industry and indomitable energy. Everything in his power will be done to enhance the interest of those placed in his charge, and we hope to see a large number of girls and young ladies present at the opening of the next session. Com petent teachers of music, embroidery, drawing, painting, &?., will be pres ent, while the practical dcpartnent will be under the immediate super vision of the President, Rev. A. W. Wilson. New Advertisements. ROGERS VILL . FEMALE COLLEGE. IflHE NEXT ANNUAL SESSION JL will open MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1879. Superior advantages are offered in location, thoroughness, healthfulness and economy. For particulars address the President, A. W. WILSON, aug 20 ltp. Rogersville, Tenn. LEATHER, Saddles and Bridles, BOOTS and SHOES. 1 a"" JEr, WE HAVE REPURCHASED the Tan Yard property In Morristown, formerly owned by McFarland, Kidwell k Co., and shall continue the Tanning business. Having a large Tan Yard, complete in eerv resnect. and an ample supply of bark, with skillful workmen, we are prepared to guarantee satisfaction. We keep on band, and for sale or exchange for diuch, ovuiu, urmii AJMLJiAK BS8 LEATHER. Pay cash for all the Hides brought to us, or if de- uou win iiare mues tannea on snares. We manufacture and Bell at lowest prices, SAD DLES, BRIDLES, COLLARS and HARNESS of every description and of superior workmanship. t3f We also manufacture and sell BOOTS AND SHOES equal to any made In the country. We dm Bark only, for tanning, and have no lit?ii(, proueaa. We respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage. W. McFarland & Sons. August 1, 1879 au20tf Educate ! Educate ! Send your Sons and Daughters to Tazewell College, Tazewell, Tenn. A Nos-Denomiiialional And one in every respect eaUonal wants oj The Second Annual 1879-80 First Term one da Annst 4 BaaaikI- lWmW W - . I M AW A ... ... , Linen Lawns, jfrencli Jaconets, ggregung u wee. FACULTY : N e w Advert iseents Is now in receipt of th largest and handsome stock of DRY..; GOODS, " that be has ever shown. DRESS GOODS Silks, Brocade Grenadines. Cash meres, Tamise Cloths, J. C. MATHIS & CO., New Advertisements. t h n x WILCOX DEALERS IJST- MMon! lift suited to the Edu- if If rthe Country. I II f Session, ILM f Mil u nun i, in Bimw mm The people of Tennessee voted the 50-4 compromise down. Now what? Are we out of debt? The vote means repudiation. It means that a majority of the people are not willing to pay any portion of the bonded debt of the State. It is BEDFORD, (Va) ALUM AND Ja- iron Springs Water. Mass and Pills, for mr. tain forms of Dyspepsia, Diseases peculiar to x fmai. -B. unronic Diarrnoea. Bronchial. Hcrnrnlnn. and Cutaneous Affections, Disorders of the Liver. VinAna - -1 T I ) .. .1 .1 I 1 t- 1 ; . . T - . ",uue.' a aiiu DiMiuor, .LfeuiiiLy, juaiaria ana riead- acne. "Equal to any Water of its class known to me, HUBTER McQCTBE. M. D.. Va. 'Satisfactory in Uterine Diseases and in Malari ous conditions." (i. W. Vail, M. D., Ohio. 'Efficient in Dyspepsia and Nervous Diseases arising irom impure Diood." O. T. Harrison. N. Y. "Used with success in certain diseases peculiar io iemaieB.-- a. itoEMEB, M. D,, Mo. "Beueflcial in Malarial Fever and Diphtheria." d. r . Ddpon, Ga. "Invaluable in Scrofula." W. J. Gilbert. M. D.. N. C "ttecoramenaea as ver Districts." The Summer season and all other new varieties of Dress.Goods. Ladies', Children's and Gents' 13EECCCD S3- ZEE3 a The handsomest varieties ever shown in any Dry uooas jaouse. Kid Gloves. Undressed kids, white and colored. LISLE GLOVES 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 la un dried and nnlaundried . Also Boys' bMrta. Collars. Cravats. Drawers. Socks. Gloves, c, Ladies' and Childrens' Linen Suits, Boys' Light Cassimere Kilt Suits 2 to 6 vears something entirely new. Shetland Shawls, 2few Styles of French Plaid, Shawls Very Handsome. ALL KINDS OF STANDARD HOUSE KEEPING GOODS. CARPETS, OIL-CLOTHS, RUSS CURTAIN GOODS, Shades and Fixtures. Carpets made and But down. Cornices and Shades made and put up. PROF. B. O. MANARD. A. B.. PHnrfnl. PROF. T. E. WOODSON, A. M., Associate. REV. W. B. BALDWIN, Tritor. MRS. MAR? LOU MANABD. Prin. Music " MRS. T. E. WOODSON. Prin Art Dent. MRS. IDA FULKERSON, Prin. Primary Dept, COTJKSE INSTRUCTION The most thorough, embracing the Eneliah. An. wcu. wiu awunrii Aauguagea, JnuKlc ana Art. EXPENSES. Tuition In Academio Deoartment of fonr flnulM The 1st, M 26 : 2d. SS 75 : 3d. til 23 : 4th. SIS 00 for a Term of five months ; Contingent Fee, SO cents : Ministerial Students free. BOARDING, in town. Der week, washimr errant. At 1 mn . i .i A a. i . A New Feature. Special Lectures are delivered everv week nn .1 topica caicuiaiea to encourage students. t-r j or particulars send lor circulars. junOS 73 tf mm kjLxH 3Pxoclxxco Iligliest Xarlcet Price Tor Produce. sj m ' mi naR"et, - - - . Horrislown. Tenn. I WHITE ORC'AN CO. Merideii, (Joint. U.$.'L I aug 20 79 m Knoxville, Tenn., I ( 1 ' General Agent for the Sale of the June 1st. TermH $MO mn C.Arrimrm mM. vfbifrkM a Verv JlgUt VOte Forrest or Lawyers, each 4 miles from Springs. " I iinnnoirM.nl.nriil A 1 1 That is the way j castVbut our notion is, If there had ed.. au the comfort's and attractions, skuifui Table Linens, rtmiueiii i-nysician. vou. I will give you twenty minuies true mere, was to leave my bouse the saints of New England do things, been a', heavier vote, the majority It is better than shot-guns. The- correspondent of a West Ten nessee paper advises the people of llemDhis to nnrchase ten thousand Billy-gats and turn them loose in the city. He says the peculiar odor emitted by the William goats will purify the atmosphere, drive away the fever and render the city healthy. There is as much sense in this as in any of the theories we have seen pro mulgated on the yellow fever sub ject. If the goats fail, try a few thousand pole-cats. They would make yellow Jack "git out" in disgust. Prices. Water 80 cts. per eaUoB.- S4.00 case of 1 rl ; .V tin If 0.1 i. . I. id OK C ml , . 1 against "Accepted" WOuld have been for lo'gallous.' $7 for SO gallons on board cars at proportionally increased. . The sen-1 Mass. so cts'. and ti bottle, $2 so and $5 for I ln9 Bant nnaf nni.l Tkia Ifnoa vit, timeilt in tavor Ot repudiating the I solidified and contains aU the curative properties 01 me water in reaucea space a prophyiactio in Yellow Fe- Counterpanes and Quilts, 8-4, 9-4. 10-4. D. R. Faibex, M. D., La. . . V- 1 , . iou of these Springs begins H- Sheetings, Linen and Cotton Pillow Casings. Napkins, Doy debt has been steadily growing for several years, and the more the ques tion, is discussed the more that senti ment will grow. , The. fact is the people have got it into their heads j that this debt has been fastened up on them by corrupt politicians, and there is no earthly way to get that notion outof their head's. Tli lpsri . TT" TV7 riTT t"r XT" ino- men of the State are in favor of IV.jCil 1 UulVI MILITARY INSTITUTE. Farmdale, Franklin Co. Pills 25 cts. 60 cts. and $1 pactaees. or tl 25. $2 60, $5 post paid, (these pills consist of the Mass in sugar coated pill form to suit delicate condi tions.) Sample supply sent free to any physician desiring to use it in practice. Pamphlet free upon application. This remedy of nature is endorsed by the medical profession and attested by results in thousands of cases during the last 27 years. Aaoress a. m. imvies, ires, of the Co. 78 Main Street, Lynchburg, Va. Sold by W. P. CAKKIGER, Morristown, Tenn. aug 20 "796 m. Armstrong's hotel in Rogersville was robbed on Thursday night of last week. The thief got in, as is sup posed, from the upper door opening on a small balcony. Mr. Wm. Ham ilton, of Hawkins coun ty, was asleep in a room with his pants under his pillow. They were taken out and about $500 taken from the pockets. A. G. Armstrong was sleeping in the same room. His pockets were searched and about $140 taken. The family room of W.P. Armstrong, the landlord, was also visited, his pocket-book taken and $100 carried off. The thief is 740 belter off in this world's goods, but no one seems to have any idea who the thief i. May be the d 1 will get him after awhile. He ought to. Doo days are progressing and are stirring up the beligerent boys all around. We witoessed a magnifi cent fight between two half-grown sons of Abe Lincoln in the court house yard last Thursday. They Fit and fit And gouged and bit, And wallowed in the mud, until one of them lost nearly all of His shirt ana the other one was minus a nanaiui ot wool, it was all about a game of base-ball. The same afternoon two white fellows came together on Main street, and the pistols popped, but no blood was shed." That night the Armstrong house was robbed and !-even or eight Lundr ed dollars carried off from the pockets of sleeping men. We think our people made a mis take in having the charter of incor poration of the town of liogersville repealed. TLe streets are going to the bad. Drunken men and worth less boys are prowling around loose, doing all the devilment they can in vent. The upper part of the court house is beii.g converted into a gambling hell, the lower halls smell bad and the glass is being broken out of the windows by drunken men and bad boys. When sensible men make a mistake they ought to bo in paying the debt. The common peo ple, who have the taxes to pay. are opposed to it. That is where the trouble comes from. The best thingr that can be done now is to let this question rest for a year or two let the people have time to think coo Ily and deliberately, and then ap peal to them in the name of justice and we believe they will dq right. The least said now, will be the soonest mended. tarry to correct it. Let U3 re- charter the town "and have a town constable one that will arrest every man that has a pistol, every one that gambles, every one that is noisy on the streets; one that will enforce the laws without favor or affection toward any one. Let us have the town incorporated. Judge Chisholm, of South Caro lina, has decided that a man may legally whip his wife, provided he does so without anger, aud for the purpose of salutary discipline. Judge Chisholm is an old bachelor, or he would never have rendered such a decision as that. If he had been . married to a red-headed woman, with a sharp nose and thin lips, he would have stuck his right hand in the fire before he would have allowed it to write the decision. " Salutary dis cipline," indeed.! It is :tbe better half that does up the "discipline" in the household 'of the averags hus band in this Christian world. Judge Chisholm is a humbug. He may be deciding very correct "law," but just let him marry his Judgeship to some puuky Utile wouiau and attempt to put hia "law" into active operation and if he ain't ft bald-headed Judge Oldest military school iu the South-west. Thir ty-fifth year begins September 1. Six miles out of rankfort, Ky. For catalogues, etc., address. jui tsu -I9-4W aia. i-usx aim ti'AflT. GEORGETOWN Female seminary, The next scholastics year opens on the first Mon day in September, 1879. For catalogues, address me at ueorgetown, ny., j. j. RUUKilll, Prin. in I XI I '-in a w All! Mrs. uorsey, a wmow iany or juouisviiie, died not long ago, and tbage and cikbant worms des- loft . -,!., 1 'iP-P'1"0 witnout th U8 ?' Poison. ..u pii'pciij, raiucu ai nwuii I m i vegeiauie remeaies. orow everywhere. Two 4?n nnn t, -n..: . .I?1.10!? 8-stamp. ir.vv, ij KtuciBuu fans. uuujc jui 3U'7-w aid sour J UBIUS, Franklin, Ind. of the stalwart papers in New Eng land are making a great to do over this act of the Southern ladv. and ... ... , Fall term begins Sept. fi, 1879. A full course of as USUal they are getting JOW down instruction in English, Mathematics, French, Ger UA tut man! Civil History, Political Economy, Civil Engi- Mrs. Dorsey's character. The lady's husband, who died some years be fore his wife, had made a fortune by his own efforts. He made a will giving everything to his wife. She had no children and when her time come to leave the world she made a will and desired the property to Mr. Davis. ' If she bad given It to some;- Radical, so-called church, such as the saintly Beecher's for in stance, she would - have been set down as an- angel and assigned a place in therseventh heaven twith a pair ot swings as starry ' as a pa-4 cock's tail ; but as she. chose to dis pose of her property as to her seem ed good, the nasty buzzards who are always ready to befoul the Southern people, have seized 'upon the event and made jt the occasion to pour out whole cart loads of dirty vomit on the heretofore unstained name .of the dead lady. The New England corner of h will be - mightily crowded when the devil gets his full dues. km. & Med Collep of Ky. neering, Chemistry, Logic and Metaphysics, Natu ral History and Military Tactic. Tuition, $15.00 per . year. Matriculation. S5.00. Unfurnished room, $5.00. Board in clubs $1.50 to $2.00 per week; in private families $4.00 to $5.00. Whole ex penseR, exclusive of clothin.r, need not exceed $120.00 per annum. Compensated labor furnished to a limited number of students Classew taught in Practical Mechanics. Apply for catalogues to JA3. K. Jf ATXEKSOK, Ph. D., Lexington, Ky. Jul 30 "79 4w aid. Taken in the Act Sister Jones called on Elder Smith a ; lew evenings since.' Being a next door neighbor she entered his 6tudy 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. . 1 Worth Noticing; 5';- ; The rates' of 'fare at the YELLOW SPRINGS HOTEL are less than at any other-wateriog place in the State, and it furnishes as much real comfort ana pleasure. The water and mountain scenery cannot be excelled. Persons wishing to visit this splendid retreat will find private conveyance daily from New Market" via Dandridge. The Springs are located 11 miles south of Dandride and 10 miles west of New port Adilrpss, ; PATTERSON & FOX, Pro's. : : junll-MJm - - 'andridge, Tenn. Bowel Complaints CUBED PERRY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER I tQ I A For thirty-nine years it has j Qnn 0"l" "had no equal in curing cases of I O I J CHOLERA CHOLERA MORBUS, DIARRHOEA, and all BOWELL COMPLAINTS. During the summer months every household should have s bottle near at hand for immediate use. Price 25c., 60c, and $1 per bottle. Sold everywhere. jui 80 T9 awald. . GEO. W. PAXTON, House, Sign and Ornamental Painter and Paper Hanger. MORRISTOWN,- TENN. Country work a specialty and lib eral inducements offered. , PROPOSALS FOR HOUSE AND sign painting, especially country work, are solicited and when offered me wiU meet with lib eral cash-price reduced rates. I guarantee to give werk that will please and on ressmable terms For terms, etc , address me at Morristown, Tenn May 23, 1879 tf. I MY NEW PLAN! IT AVE DISCONTINUED CAN- vaesing Agents and all expensive means made use of in setting sewmg Machines, and have Adopted the New Plan of selling all kinds of Sowing Machines, Needles, -attachments aud repairs at Lowest Prices. Descriptive- aiatogue and price list free. Save money by addressing S. P. ANGEL, juull 13t Knorvilla, Tenn. lies, Towels, Crash, &c Best Anker Bolting Cloths, Xoa. 3 to 11, constantly on hand. Dressmakine Department in the Store. Rnitu for Ladies and Misses made in the very latest Bii tee, ana ai moaerate prices. Orders for goods by mail attended to nromntlv and particular attention given to selecting such goods. The very best goods and n rices as low as ordin ary gooas are usually sold for. ALVIN BARTON, Gay Street, Opp. Lamar House, KNOXVILLE, TENN. Nov 7' 77 1879. February. 1879. T8B CENmt. HOUSE (-4 new Hotel just opened.) Gay Street, - - Knoxyille, Tenn. J. C. FLANDERS, Proprietor. THE CENTRAI HOUSE, TS SITUATED A FEW STEPS. a either way rrom the Custom House, Poet Offlos Banks, Wholesale and Retail Stores, and Market. neauanu iron yard, with luxuriant shade trees. Booms and table, equal to the best in the city, to say me leaai. June 3, To. FKEE GIFT! Celebrated outh USend Chilled UPlcw, which is fast uperceeding all other two and three-horse Plows. THE BEST PLOW IN THE WORLD. with COV. HUBUTIOM, ASTHMA, SOKE THBOAT, BRON- yjaiLka, or haoal, UAiutaH. x will i -" uv CTJ1J BKDUCV I I r Lilt. UIH I IT w ntk N I' I. H 1 if I. D VST . "I "T f 1 I . . . . . . In a brake on box nrt ri -'i."""'" "-v.,o price reaucea 10 (j w, memo- -- ff DllUX BT-.M. . who .,-'5L. Eaat Tennessee for the sale of KUHSELL k CO '8 "NEW MASS1LLON- THRESn. norae rowen tua tie KDiiri fnr h um. tw. - . .r ..z ,11.4 inl rl..n ....,.. .!..' v . . : ' ii nan rionr uniter of 'MEBfoAl. oommok sensk,' free of charge. It & machine on the market.' s7nd f7r circular. ' ' W n'7 ,Ud U M Ul " i7q it tiilwlf "lfa,?5.i" ??ffi "moJI We eep Urg' Btock of " kmd 01 Agricultural Implements and Repairs. Including --"v-a m.w m wvu hud ssi raiin, All lun umivhikuim n God, of saving many valuable lives. The book is invaluable to persons suffering with any disease of nose, laroai. or LVB&K. Bend name with P. O. Address and hit centa tn rtnv naf of m.ilina to VT. a. U. WOLFE, Cincinnati, Ohio. jun25'794w " aolory Prices, Joan Deere Bteel Flows, Coatc's lock-lever Rakes. Sinclair Straw Cutters Fish Bro'. nMcuiui i Y erv ciikadi. iiniin fuanriTA vi.m .. 1 . . . .... ' - v.v wBt Muu uuiw iou ouu (onifue UkuM. Mows, Reapers, Self-BMers, Grain Drills, Aver j's Steel Pte Cowan. Are now receiving and opening an Immense Stock oi Goods FOR THE Spring Trade of 1879, TNCLUDINQ 500 Cases Prints, 400 u Piece Goods, 300 " Bleach'd Domestics. 600 Bales Brown Domestics, Ginghams, linens, Alpacas, Delaines, White Goods Tickings, Osnabnrgs, Drills, Shirting Stripes and uouon i'laias. Also a complete line of BOOTS AND SHOES. Men's and Boys' Calf and Kip Boota. Brogans and Ties, Women's and Chil dren's .Pebble Urain, Kid, Goat, Calf ana casting uaimorals. 500 Cases Kip Boots, 500 Calf Boots, 500 " Kip Brogans, 500 " Calf Brogans, 1,000 " Women's Shoes, 500 Rolls Leather. ....... A splendid assortment, and every line complete in tne HAT DEPARTMENT. 500 Cases Men's Hats, 500 Cases Boys' Hats, cvsa jjaLio any, xrj-iooco Hats, 500 Cases Children's Hats. B it i si o w7 brJ p 52 5 Ml , HK-wna Z t l 7' wfnara r.C8' . eras or88 ana Gei Millett. We keep the LARGEST BTOCK of - -' -i" j -"j uio nmi, auu Heu i or me very lowest cash price. Commission Merchant- ell all kinds of country produce aud make liberal advancements. E-AiiV.rH A Vi"-13,- of every kind 'uruished, lo Steam Engines. Ail business entrusted to nis wiflreceive prompt attention "Children's Blow Pedals."! Adjusted or removedlnslanlly. Invented and Exclusively used by this Company, The most Donular Organs of the day! UNRIVALLED Ifl QUALITY. Tho Wilcox ck Wlilta Orpan Instructor" in tho BEST and CHEAPEST in tho market ! S4J FjT KustrattJ CiloU-fus. BOO!Cs;r.iiLLiorj HMHPWWVV a 1T. .mi nnm OtltH &' ' 1 1 " f .1 I Wdlook.M. .i.c. mi, JiXi- ! ' J . a r-r. It I )-;- I T H - J -4 ..ii.w.. ,.,,!. i m.m, I i . . t ' I 'Jl't M lt.M..l. t. rm- WWm, Fr.t.tU. it. ..mm. r .-4 MrN Apr 77 tf receive prompt attention . GEO. BROWxX. H H m B a Og Is . to o W H o w I 4 0 4 P? Ul NOTIONS. HOME WOOLEN CO. nouia uae ims metnoa or informing a generous public that they feel extremely thankful for Dast iavors ana wouia asK a continuance of patronage, lriuiiBuig reuewea en ores, 11 possiDie, to please. We promise as low prices as the lowest, where quality of work is taken into consideration, and will not allow any one to go away dissatisfied w ii era n w posaiuie m piease. - : LIST OF PRICES: Carding Rolls 8c per lb. ; Carding and Spinning iuc per 10.; n eaving 7 unsey Mc customer to furnish 8 oz. wool; Weaving fulled Jeans 85 cwHomer to lurnisn 11 oz. wool; weaving Doeskin uuf ulled 85! customer to furnish 10 oa. wool: Weaving fulled Doeskin 60c customer to furnish 12 oz. wool; Weaving blankets $1 75 customer to furnish 5 lbs. wool; Weaving or Diuuna maae one-nail lor tne otner. I"r" We would prefer wool should be clean, but will receive It in any condition, charging for loss and trouble in cleaning. We take wool at 4()c clean, or on that basis, in exchange for our goods or work. We will pay freight on wool in lots of 60 lbs. or over shipped to us. Please ship to HOME WOOLEN CO., Hender son 's uepot, itaet renn., and write directions ia full. . Address HOME WOOLEN CO., Home, urwat iio., ml. xenn. AGENTS: D. PENCE ft CO., Morristown, Tenn., N. W. QUARLES, Talbott's 8tation, Tenn., 3. L. QUILLEN. Whitesburg. Tenn.. GALRRAITH b. NENNY, Russellville, Tenn. Respectfully, C. G. RANKIN, Sup't. May Jl, 1879 tf IN CHANCERY AT MORRIS TOWN. Non-resident Notice. O. A. & I. Bill No. 286. John Lawrence vs. P. Smith and others. N THIS CAUSE IT APPEAR. 13. ing from the Supplemental Bill filed July 23. 1879, which is sworn to, that .the defendants there tojU. Aultman k Co. are non-residents of Tennes see; It is ordered by the Master that said non-resi-I dent defendants O. Aultman & Co., appear before P. M. WILLIAMS, WHOLESALE PRODUCE AND COMMISSION Dealer In Wheat, Corn, Oats, Hay, Flour, Lard, Bacon, Dried Fruit fyc. Cash Advanced on Produce in Store. WAREHOUSE: Old Virginia Depot, on Railroad Track, ZESLxxosivlll- - - Teniii Mmj , ' . Gruo. woo:os & co.'s Upright Pianos & Paiiloti Ohgvivs. ! , y-v t J pttf4. ( i of J 4mU99, sX-f, 4 m. A In I (m pritili a4M4rl rtftsf ml pmi mmrnm "THE PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISED I. 4w. VtrfMNMM. 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A Lawn Mower, entirely new, will be sold eheap for cash cheaper than can be had anywhere. For further particulars, apply to Wm. Parker, in the V," Morristown, Tenn., or the liazETiE oihee. July 9, 1873 tf. NOISELESS, ELASTIC, ADJUSTABLE, ALL STEEL, MANHOOD: : HOW ' LOST, HOW RESTORED I Just published, a new addition of De. Culveb well'b Cklkbbated Essay on the radical cure (without medicine) of 8pekmatobbha or Semi nal Weakness, Involuntary beminal Losses, Impo tency, MenUl aud Physical Incapacity, Impedi ments to Marriage, eUi.; also Consumption, Epliep ey and Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance, kc. The celebrated author, in this admirable Fssay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years success ful practice, that the alarming consequences of self-abuse may be radically cured without the dan gerous use of internal medicine or the application of the knife; pointing out a mode of cure ft once simple, certain, aud effectual, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what hia condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately, and radi cally. g gr"This Lecture should be in tbe hsLds of eve ry youth and every man iu tiie land. ; fent free, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, : Addrees the publishers, . ... THE CULVER WELL MEDICAL CO., ' I ' -;. . . -41 Ann tit., New York ; P. O. Box 4586. Juu IS, ly - 48 HONEST STEEL SPRINGS, FOR 85.00. - iJcda and County rights for sale by May 14, 1879. C. R. JOIINSON. Morristown, The Thoroughbred Bull, Stone wall Jackson, AFTER A VERY SUCCESSFUL mi ssion to Bri(to1-on-tUe-Liue has returned to Morristown and will serve a limited number of cows at H. F. Cain's Uvery Stable, north of Tate's store. - , STONEWALL JACKSON " is a thoroughbred Jerspy, 5 years old, with a record in the American Herd Book. TERMH: $5 for the season. Cows sent from the country will be carefully atteudod to; and pas tured on the fiueet fidlj of gntis la this section, but uo responsibility tur accidents. T. C. CAIN. June 11, 1879 t A full and complete line of all the .Novelties la this department. HARDWARE. A very , complete assortment of Staple Hardioare, including Nails, Axes, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Wrapping Paper, &e. Also Trnnlrs Satrlift1 tiiwl TTm- the Chancery Court at Morristown, to be held on IB, -. .. . . . .... ' ' answer or otnerwis maae aeiense to saia nunme- mental Bill, which by the prayer there of is made an" original Bill as to them, or tbe same will be taken for confessed and Bet for hearing ex-parte as to them. It is further ordered by the Master that this notice be published for four consecutive weeks in th Morhistowh Oazktte. This July 28, 1879. Atrneeopy. Tesw: JUliN MLlvPUKY, Ang. ft, 7 4w pr fe $5. O. k M. The productioDa of this house have a world-wid imputation for thorouirHiMM of and elaborate finish in evary mechanical and mua.cnl dstail. They command tlmrml-n to th Mnalcal Critic and Art Lover, and their substantial qualities ar auch that ons) wiU outlast Mvsnl 0t th ordinary or infarior instruments so largely sold. GEO. WOODS & CO.'S UPRIGHT PIANOS POSSESS Unexampled Strength and Solidity. 'A Most Beautiful Q.uaJitj'- of Tone, and the Brimsmead Perfect Chock Ropoating Action. x GEO. WOODS & CO.'S TARLOR ORGANS HAVE BOTH tllZ AID HEED BTOP8, ' And are Unequalled for their Great Variety of Husicml Effort. loytl i aU Prof H.m.iX man. r. of .ndr. . "V hf rl rfiwih in .apOTitiM-f.1. W CMfi m'tn .fwrnr t.ilMxt imh. trtm.Ml of . t.rf n'n.tr f r.. umw i. ca'tj ' !''- I Hi mwi-i iWtittf . INIAU H f If 1 W MAjSiJ.Xlf lit. vr.. ma a aitiwfit I r-Ji Antu 'jl S LCUCORRHCA, ; V r Floor llbu . 7V jt?C 10rWIIITM .... 7 i.i i imt mrnw. Hi Urrrmlvut HKinf Iwii. m 4"l flilrrtool r-T rliTtriari-. It dfm tip- lfm ao mxtmmirm r4 4Mn..Latrif , that our Amwin f intf rr)il f hwomni ra at ti-tvia- iitI tl rrtxlu4 iu& h Itti ir ofTsrfvriT.c. off at.u. nfr patirwa. Vrt'f. lUrria V inai tmMuir.m nmr 0'wtirt m ci ft t . 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'GEMiriAL PASTILLE Ther tmploy the only aacoessful combination of fines and Reeds, and are parchaswd by svansad uaiaana tn au quarters or too globe, and recorotznd by them as bnitur ths most enrnpieM i tnent to bs found in any country. uartara of the elobe. and recoroUod by them as bnitur ths most mrnpiete lnatna- I in any country. AO one abmild rnrchaae a Parlor Ortran without snamininf these remarkable instruuents. OKOIt0 WOODS li CO., Ciiibndf!port, Mats. 08 'Waabington Street, Boston. WAEXECOMS. 12 Adams Street, CaloafO. CTTT UBERAL TERMS TO AGENTS, "WHO ARE "WANTED IN EVERY "WHERE THESE INSTRUMENTS j RE NOT REPRESENTEIV brellas. The whole embracing the moat complete Btock of Genenal Merchandise ever offered In the Southern country. The ad vantages obtained by ns In tmrchasiuc DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS in large quanti ties, enables ns to compete successfully with the largest nouses lu the United States. CQVAN, r.l'CLUIJG & CO. - TOR M. c. wjmeth; DENTIST, MAIN STREET, 3I0RRISTOWN, TENN. OFFICE HOURS From 8 A. M. to 5 p. M. Terms very moderate. oct 3 "77 Ij Fashionable Tonsor, Morristown, - - - - Tennessee. GUIDE TO SUCCESS, WITH BUSINESS AND SOCIETY, MATT. NEILSON& CO., dealebs nsr DM GOODS AND NOTIONS, 146 Gay Street, " - - - - KNOXVILLE. PARTIES VISITING KNOXVILLE WILL FIND IT TO TliEIK advantage to call and examine our stock of Dry Moods, mhlM we are doieriuined to all at the very lowest price posxible. These goods are parchased direct from manufacturers and Importer, with cash. We caary the largest stock in Knoxville of CASHMmtS, MOIIAIKS ANI ALPACAS, Also a heavy stock of Plain and Brocaded Dress Goods, In all the latest styles. CORSETS! CORSETSJ t3f A very large stock of Corset 'white and colored, all grades., 1 A full line of Bleached and Brown Domestics, Tickings, ingiiams, Cassimers, Jeans. Canton and Wool rlannels.bhan .goldmine of varied in- Skirts, Blankets, eta CSfSpecial attention given to orders. to all classes for constant . , 2 . ' A Is BY FAR the best Business and Social Guide and IT I W ....1.1 si..... . I 1 i . . . teiis both sexe. completely how to do evert- I iTirif'liiTTiR. i Jassimers. J eans. Uanton ami VV ool b lannt'I.s.hIiawL3- THING in the best wav. HOW TO BE TOUR OWN I O J ... . . LAWYER, and contains referenee. AGENTS WASTEB for all or .r I ae 1 tUlJ time. To know why this book of REAL value and I attractions Mils better than any other, apply for term, to aug . 6 6m, H. B SCAMMEL A CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. A rnarvarv 4 lartar a Msl fraaa, aa -f hmmr m4 a-MHi.) f ta ftaslf fv ta am.a-a i nrm mi Vamtnal XaiMMM 4k lrti way, na f IMra.it - rtilfa'nn ia f-a- ipai ftaaf mi laa tn , rtmf fry iri "HrL aarf tag Ma laA aa lt ftannna.1 pas Hia mXtrrj 2ti9tA, l'roaUM Oioi, a4 Vrwi.r. 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T.L0Ult,M0' AfinATEABrorBELUBLEBrslsESS Cii. vl'UlHAJiin each county. New business. Addren i. B. Cbafmav.TS West St, Madison, Ind. jan as i w. TONSORIAL. (East of R. "it. Depot.) KNOXVILLE, - - - TENNESSEE. Offer to the pabllo By Mack Fulton, At the Origsby House, SASM," OOOliS, BLIW Hatched Flooring, Coiling, BIL1CKETS, MOULDINGS, NEWELS, &c., Lt. Wcatlicrt carding, rw-TJaviuK fitted up and opened new Barber MORRISTOWN, - - - Shop on the railroad, next door to Newman's - . T ,. . . ., . lieer Hall, I am prepared to accommodate the pub- !755 ESI BOllClt the public lie in my line of business and respectfully solicit a rs'0 'patronage, and WOuld Say share of their work. My price, will be reasonable O11 t ii u I .t k-Iva mtiafa. and aU work guaranteed to please. Keen rsaors fT tfiat X Can glTC Bailfiiac- .iii dem to.aii win h kjuim. r.tin iin mr w Itioa eitner In a clean, neat bureau at ail time, will be supplied with the best shave, liair-cut, hair-dress, clean sham TUTAVING OVER 1,000.000 FEET OF LUMBER IN STOCK OUR oils aud perfumeries that can be had. In fact, I i nnn nrsn plpcant wlilKkfTfirmmifitarhi I till finiiin. i niiAou.1.t n rani t.iuimum- ..ti.f-i.. ,...t,iJ. ronose to disiatch work in artiatio atvle. but to K " . I ZZTZ ... . .. . - vwmi i"' - -v .-.-- . - . ' rt rr n ,A - M mMT nATlIl IAV l.lSt -MM J ki II. If. oonviaoed, come and see me. via 13-tX. dje. Terms moderate J i 1 1 t it