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THfi MORRIS TOWN GAZETTE, DECEMBER 3 , 1 87 9.
To Business Men. Advertising in the. Moeiutow Gazxttc is reecratxed by business men, having faith in their own wares, as the most effective memos of secur ing fur their goods a wide recognition cf their own merits . Advertising in the Momistoww Oazktts impels inquiry, and when the article offered ia of good quality and at a fair price the natural result ia increased sales. Advertising in the Mouutowi Gazxttx la a permanent addition to the reputation of the goods advertised, beoauao it is a permanent influence, always at work in their interest. Advertising in the Mobbistowx Gaxettx is the most energetic salesman, addressing constantly the public in the advertiser's interest, a-nd cease lessly at work, seeking customers from all classes. Advertising in the MosaiiTOwn Gazittb pro dueea trade, for, even in the dullest times adver tisers seoure by far the largest share of what is be ing done Advertising in the MoBBisTowjr Gazette em- . chatieallv dsvs. The Daner is DODUlar and has bona-nde circulation of one thousand. It Is read fev the substantial business and agricultural clai e-t of Ha section, besides being the omclal paper of Hamolen Claiborne and Grainier Counties WHAT WE II A YE RAISED THIS YEAR. The following from the Agricultural Department shows the staple produc tions of the United States for the pres ent year : Crop. Corn Cotton Barley Backwheat, Acres . 53,035,401 .12,895,510 1,680,000 OaU 12,683,&00 Potatoes 1,83C,8-J0 Bve 1.625,400 Tobaoao 493, 16T Wheat 32,545,900 Yield. Product. 30.2 1,601.151,570 bush. 176 4,926,285 lbs. 23 9 40,184,000 bush. 20 .9 18,43t,000 bush. 28 7 865,000,000 bush. 98 9 181,369,340 bush. 14 5 23,646,000 bush. 77 9 384,059,659 lbs. 13 7 448,750,000 bush. New Advertisements. Time Table JE. T.. V. & G. R. R. ABklTM. sr FASTS. Tlxaif Train So. 1 West. 9:25 a ns 9:25 a m, Mail S West. 5:11 a as 2:13am. 4 East, 12:46 a m iz:40 a m, 5 West, 4:20 p m 4:28 p m. 6 East, P m 11:21 P mi 7 West, 3:35 a ns 3:40 a m, S East, 11:12 a m 11:22 a m. 17 East, 4:08 p m 4:30 p m. Frsight Train Ko, T. T. LEACH, Aoeht. c.t c. a. & C. R. R. IHily Freight and Passenger Trains Sundays excepted. Arrive at Hometown :35 p. aa. Depart 10:15 a. m. Arrive at Wolf Creek. 1:30 p. aa. Depart 8:00 p. m. Time-Table Rogersvilie & Jef ferson Railroad. Trains leave RogersvUle daily (dunday excepted) at 1 a. m.. arriving at Bcgersvllls Junction at 8 a. m making direct connection with the West-bound Mail train upon the E. T., Va. k Ga. RR., which Arrives in Knoxville at 11:08 a. m. Returning Iav Bogersvillo Junction st 3 p. m., after the ar rival of the Eastern aud Western-bound freights, vad arrive at Kogersville at 4 p.m. Parties going to BogersvlUo from the West wlU take the Freight tram waiub leaves Kuoxvilie at 7 44 a. m. Th. Morristown Gazette. Lint, not seed cotton, 450 lbs. to bale . The following is the assessment by the State, of East Tennessee railroads, as revised and corrected by the Board of Examiners, composed of the Gover nor, Secretary of State and State Treas urer: East Tenn., Va. & Oa $2,321,350 Knoxville & Charleston 52,440 Knoxville & Ohio 309,4o0 Kogersville & Jefferson 32,000 Cincinnati Southern 977,300 Cln., Cum. Gap & Charleston, 139,318 Roane Iron Company 10,000 NEWS AND OTHER ITEMS. JEleven hundred and thirteen persons were arrested during one week, recently in NbyT York city. Nashville American, Sunday: Fifty converts to Mormonisis, from East Ten nessee and Georgia, passed through here Friday night, en route to Utah Terri tory. Morgan Dispatch: The New river railroad bridge on the Cincinnati South ern Railway is 1,300 feet in length and 125 feet high. About 60 men are at work there. West Tennessee has this year produc ed the largest crop of cotton 6ince the war. The yield is remarkably fine, equal to that of the Arkansas and Mis sissippi bottoms. "What is a gentleman?" asks the Oil City Derrick. A gentleman is that sort of a man who occasionally sttps into a newspaper office and pays for bis paper in advance. The mild, elhereial Indian summer lias taken her departure, and winter. with its chilly breath, now reigns su p renin. The lavinz of the new French cable ns succcssfullv completed on the 16th instJiBt. The steamer Faraday landed the western end at Nortb Eastham, Massachusetts, on that day. Robertson county manufactured in the month of October, IS7D 1,180 barrels of whiskey containing 302 gallons of froof whisky, which at 9 cents per gal on tax, will pay the Government the neat sum of 44,371.80. The number of unsealed registered let ters received at New York alone exceeds 2,000 per annum. In the last six months, the letters of this sort left at that office contained $211,464.77 in money, checkB and drafts The authorities in Rockford, 111., have issued an order that all saloon keepers must remove all blinds and screens from their windows, so that the public gener ally can see what is going oa inside. A good plan to stop visitors. Eight years a'go a man who was ready to be married was sentenced to the Pennsylvania Western Penitentiary, and Thursday, October 23d, when his long service ended, the faithful woman stood U the prison door to receive her lover, nd there he found wedding garments which friends had provided. George W. Childs, of the Philadelphia Ledger, has contributed five hundred dollars to the fund for the support of the children of General Hood. Mr. A. S. Abfell, ot the Baltimore S'ui,has subscrib ed a like amount. Illinois is represented Ss the banner State in the matter of total abstinence. More than six hundred of its towns and villages have no license, and ssveral counties have no rum sold. The whole State is alive to the cause of temperance. During the last year there have been 1,700 records of court martials in the army. The chief couse of the frequen cy of this discipline is "drunkenness." The oldest living Congressman in the United States is the Ion. Peieg Sprague, of Maine. lie was a member of the United States Senate trora 1829 to 1836, and had been a member of the national House of Representatives from 1825 to 1828. He is now eighty eight years of age, and entirely blind, 3Iarshall Moltke, the great military genius of Germany, never works on Sabbath. He goes to church ia the morning and reads good books during the better part of the da3'. Th distress in Hungary on account of the bad harvest is very great. The Government has suspended the collect ion of taxes till the next harvest is fathered. In fifty-seven towns and vil ages in Themes couDty the greatest distress prevails. Three girls of the Met hodist persua siou having met together, concluded to prey for the welfare of their lovers; but the first one had not got very far along In her petition when it was discovered that thev were all engaged to the same man. The religious exercises were at once terminated. The city of Tittsburg is learning thnt mob may bo a very expensive thing, even when its wrath is turned against an obnoxious railroud corporation. The j disturbance in that city ia 1877 is cost- j log the county of Allegheny $2,750,000. j The tax payers will hardlj' look on with j complacency, and wait for the militia to come from Philadelphia to quell the i riot next time. j The trousseau of the young Queen of j Spain, designated, is describee, oy fans papers as exquisite. It includes a num ber of dresses devised from the fashions of the time of Louis XIII. At the wed ding mass she will wear a dress of cloth of silver, with garlands brilliaut with myrtle, orange flowers and lilies. Ex-Senator James A. Bayard, father of the present Senator, Thomas F. Bay ard, lives in Wilmington, with his chil dren, at an advanced age and in feeble health. He entered the Senate in 1851, and resigned in January, 1864. Sum people marry bekase they think wrcimin will be scarce Dcxt year, and live to wonder how the stock holds out. Josh Billings. A friend of the late Senator Chandler gays that he spent out of. his own pocket !37,000 during the last Presidential cam paign. There is no doubt that Mr. Chandler did contribute very largely to the Republican campaign fund in 1876. When a Chinaman makes love to a girl, he doesn't ravo about hia heart panting for her, etc. No he simply tails her that ha loves her better than he goes rats, and she believes him. A Washington special of the JTtU Bays i The Grand Jury to-day found in dictment against John Ilita, late Presi dent, and Charles E- Prentiss, late cash ier of the German National Bank of this city, for embezzling $29,820 in cash and f 5000 in stock of that institution. For the mouth of October the decrease of the national debt amounted to $ iu, &'2,000. Thl is the largest amount ex cept once Bin cc 1872, when the decrease VU $14,000,000. The time for a man to stand firmly by Job's example is when he washes his face with home-made soap, and begins to paw around over the chairs with his eyes shut, and inquiring for a towel, and is told that the towel is in the draw er but the keys are lost. It is stated that the Rothschilds have offered to furnish one-third of the capi tal required to complete the Nicaragua eanal from ocean to ocean, on condition that General Grant shall be president of an American company to uudertake the work, and the United States shall ask for the necessary concession from Ni- caraguan government. It is also stated that Evarts, the two Shermans, Blaine, and the administration are trying to fix the Nicaraguan canal scheme, so as to place Grant at the head, and thus get him out of the presidential race. "Look at tliat woman's check!" audi bly whispered a woaiin to Jipr grown up daughter in a street-car, as a young lady entered, bringing a bottle of Prof. Paine's Catarrh Vapor. "This," she re marked, "is what makes me look so beaithys it cijrpd my catarrh, keeps my appetite good and blood pure." Jfor sale by all druggists. Main office, 250 S. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. A man with a ruity beard that ran down to & peak, 3nd rusty hat that ran up to a peak, boarded a vV'esierrj train the other day, took a seat near the stove and fell into a gentle slumber. In a few moments a bntkeman opened the door and shouted "tueenst" Tho slumber ing passenger slightly shifted his posi tion and muttered: "The pot's yourn; I staid in on jacks!" N. Y. World. THE WORLD'S MODEL MAGAZINE ! A Combination of the Entertaining the Useful and the Beautiful, with Eiue Art En gravings and Oil Pictures in each Number. Dsmresft Illustrated Mentily ,, Clie Model Parlor Mauzine of the World, Contains the essentials of all others, including Ori ginal Poetry, Skrtches and Stories, by the best I writers in every branch of entertaining and useful Literature, it Is enriched with Jmoravings and Bkatj tiftti. Illustrations worth more than its cost; also, Flohiclltubk, Abchitkctitbe, House hold Mattees, Rf: liable Fashions and Full size Patterns, with other rare and bftsutiful nov elties calculated to elevate the taete and make home attractive and happy. No one can afford to do without this world's ac knowledged Model Magazine . The largest in form, me largest in circulation, ana the bext in every thing that makes a magazine desirable Single Cofuss, 25 cents. Yeaklt, $3.00, with a valuable premium to each subscriber who selects Irom a list of twenty articles. Send your address on a posu.1 card, and leceive in return full particulars. SAMPLE COPIES MAILED ON BECKIFT OF IKS CTS READ THIS. A TRIBUTE TO AMERICAN JOURNALISM BY THIS KEPKESiM A TIVE PKESto OF EUiiOf E, 'Demoreat's Magazine, a literary conservator of tue artiKtic and tue useful. Oot up in America, where It ha enormous sales the most remarkable work of this class that has every beeu published, and combines the attractions of several English magazines. losdos aimes. "We have received another number of this d lifsUtful magazine, and we find ourselves bouud to reiterate with greater earnestness the WgU encom iums we hve already pronounced on preceding numoers. we are not given te casparage unduly tue literary and artistic publications which i-man ate irom the Lionaon presii, but we sre bound 13 simple fairness, to anert that we have not yet met with any publication pretending to a similar Bcope and .purpose which can at all compare with this marvelous shilling s worth," Lohijon Budget, mi! AMEmc.iN U00K8E1.LEK sa s: " 1 here are none of our monthlies in which the beautiful and the useful, pleasure and profit, fashion and liter ature, are so fully presented a? in Demorest's." in HiamiSG, small amounts caa be seut in Pohtage .Stamps, but sums of one dollar or more. a post-office order is undoubtedly the moint secure HiiJ l-ju veiiieut' or mniitj may be sent in rigis-ten-d letter, or by a draft maiio payable ta our or der. W. Jeiining's Iemorest, 17 East 14th Street, New York. A grt;t wanted everywhere, to whom extraordi nary inducements will be offered. S ud jour ad dress on postal card for Circular aud Terms. Bro., w New Advertisements. Simmerman, Condon & holesale Grocers, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE, New Advertisements New Advertisements. Fall and Winter Stock Large and Completo ! w Wholesale and RetaU Uaunfactnrer and Dealer in Sta, Tinwars and Em Fueling Gc:i " Corner Guy and Reservoir Streets, Keep Constantly on Hand the Largest Stock of TAPLE AMD FANCY a) o c m mm w im m m & mi WE CARRY A FULL STOCK OF Grain Baa s and all kinds of Field Seeds Ileadtiuarte i's for TOBACCO AND CIGARS. Nov 5 79 ly SEIjIj TO lirsRCUtJYT& OJV&Y. The Urcat Taper. Jff Winti The Now York Ledger, FOll TUH NEW YiiAK. 180. People who have passed from child hood to middle age s readers of the Ledger understand very well our rule to have every number fresh, original, in-j teresting tma utti'4ctivp- Almost every variety or question is answered in our columns. We engrge the very best writers of both Coiitineuts without reference to cost. 111111 fit lifsl 'C ... J ' ;Vt (-:'- it - jn-r"- t ' M fclmiin ii i r.m.-tiit-.j:....,,.. , . I call rpecUl attention ta ths HALEV "'A. 4 tlIIlxallix' ' Improved COOK STOVE. E I ER Y STOVE O VA RA .V TEKD. I 'u Hole Agent for thia Stove and none in fm- uioe without my uama on tho hrth lUts. ROOFING AND GUTTERING prou.i tly attends I to and atlf action uarantr4 A Full Line of Heating Stores for Churches, School Hotmc-g, Ac. Special Iiulucements to rrrtTiant 3Isiin Ht., MOR3USTOM N, TI3'iy. oct -it i ly HARRIS $c WHSTES.DE, -EXCUSIVF DKalKIt-s II- r ' 'I ' ' HARDWARE, Knoxville, Tennessee, The business men of Memphis think that a city that can receive nearly 9000 bales of cotton in one day is worth sav ing. And it is their Arm resolve to leave no stone unturned to save it. With good water, sowers and pavements Mem phis will be the healthiest city in the country. It is now the best trading point in the South. Free it of epidemics and the population will be doubled with in ten years, and property will be quad rupled in value. It will be a big in yebtment for tho property-owners to ex pend $2,000,000 within the next two years for the permanent sanitary ptovemenl of Memphis. AaUanche. im- XA11KET REPORTS. Morristown Produce Market. WHOLESALE Pit ICES. Mokkistown, Dec. 2, 1879. WHEAT 1 001 15 CORN bo40 OATS 25 FLOUR 3 003 25 MEAL 45050 APPLES 3 PEACHES (A 5 FEATHERS 2f(AA BUTTER 10f5l5 EGGS &12i BEESWAX 20 FLAXSEEO 55 LARD 07 TALLOW &0G BACON 67 Terms for 1880 Postage Free; Single copies, $3 per annum; for cop les, $10, wiiich "is $3 50 a copy; eight j copies, $20, postage free. Hie party who sends us $20 for a club of eight copies, (all sent at one time.) will be en titled to a copy free. Postmasters and others who at't up clubu, in their re spective towns, can afterward add single copies at fsa 50. JSo subscriptions taken tor a less period than one year. V hen a draft or money order can convenient ly be sent it will be preferred, as it will prevent the Lossibiiitv of the loss of money by mail. Remember tliat the postage on the Ledger to all parts of the country will be ouul 0y us, so that our subscribers will have no pttHge to pay. We employ no traveling agents. Address all communications to ROBERT BO.NNER, Publisher, Cor. William and Spruce Sts. , N. Y. OFFER TO M BRG HANTS Agricultural Implements, Iron, Steel, Amunition. Nails, Horse and Mule Slioes, Etc., Etc, tW Orders by Mailjromptly attended to. TVrivin Sreet, - - - Ioiii!sto vn, TVtin. dec 18 '7H ly Thh sUutlanl artk-lo 1 cota potirnksl with the proatnt crc. lu tilVcU are as wonderful as fsatisfactory a ocr. It restore ray or fadVl hair to its youthful color. 9 It removes all cniptiont. Itching anl dandruff. It the heal a coolinir, KoothinR cnation rf griit comfort, aij'l the M-a!o )y iu usa becomM white and clean. ly its tonic propcrti it restore the capillary gland to t!iir ijrrual vior, preventing LaMno, m.i makinij tho hair prow thick aal atron. As a drpsirt, nothing: hi bcr a found no effectual or thairal.Jf. A. A. IlayoH, M. I)., State Aa aayer of MaachuH tU, Kayi,"Tlio constituent are pure, ami carefully aelecte.1 for excellent quality ; an I consider it the Hi st liicPARATtoif for iU intended purjKjaea." Price, On Dollax. FOR THE WHISKERS. This elegant preparation mav 1h relied on to change the color of tho beard from pray or any other un desirable shade, to brown or black, at discretion. It ia easily applied, bein in one preparation, and quick ly and effectually produces a per manent color, which will ccilher rub nor wuh off. Manufactured by R. P. HALL 4. CO., NASHUA, If. H. Z-M 1 aU rnjri'-i. ail Itiirt U KtiUai, 9 w The heaviest stock of Merchandise ever brought to the Southern States, embracing very attractive and desirable lines of w. c. ri.r.r.T P25IIgIIS. WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS, in rgriHANKFUL TO TI1KIU FRIENDS FOR TIIKIIt LI 11 Ell A L I'AT- JL RON.VGE in the pant to our list of pure Linuors THE WORLD FOSt 1880. NOTIONS, BOOTS. SHOES Hats and Hardware, JUST RECEIVED AND ADAPTED TO WANTS OF THE PEOPLE. Atlanta Market. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY H. T. COX & WHOLESALE TKODUCE AJiP COM MISSION MERCHANTS. A.tlakta, Ga., Nov 29 CO Ooru white YeUow " Lar Wheat whit , " red Flour faupy , .. " family. " extra Meal Baoon Shoulders Han.' 8 ' Sides Bulk Hhoulders ' Hams ' Sides Clay Peaa Barley Oats . Rye Hay Live ChickeiiB, Drwuod C'uickpus : . . . . " Turkeys Lard in bbls , " It cans Butter choice EfK8 Ouionn Per barrel I'laU Potatoes Per barrel.... Feathera New Apples Chestnuts . Cabbage Per Head 1879. 70a75 1 40al 50 1 30ul 44 a la7 00 6 76a6 25 a7U 7a8 75aR0 9(ai5 47a50 (i0a93 tndl 10 1G-(I 8al0 lual2 a7,' lSal6 1.VU6 2 5rta;! H) 2 00:;2 2S 2 ftO 75al 00 5a8 A World of Good. One of tho most popular medicines now before the American public, is Hop Bit ters. You see it everywhere. People take it with goort effect. It buikls them up. It is not m pleasant to the luste as some other Bitters as it is not a whiskey drink. It is more like the old fashioned bone set tea that has done a world of pood. If you don't feel just riht try llop Bitters. Nundt News. 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. Coal versus Pills. A billious man never gets warm. He i3 not only cold himself, but be looks so miserable and (thaky that he makes ev erybody around him cold. He hugs the fire and piles on the coal and wastes the fuel generally all to no purpose. What he needs Is not outward hwat, but something that will start his liver and kidneys to working, and put in motion a warm aBd natural flow of th blood, and this Dr. Hart's Blood aud Liver Pills will do. EMOCRATS EVERYWHERE should inform themselves carefully alike of the aetiou of their party throughout the country and of the movements of their Kepublican oppo nents A failure to do this In 1876 contributed greatly to tha loas by the Democracy of the fruits of the victory far.ly won at the polls TJf6 e$r I&O promises to ba one of the mont interesting and important year-' ' f U;i crowded and eventful century. It wil. witness a 'residen tial electif u which may result iu re-tKtablinhiug tue Uovern;neut or tnis country on tue principles of its constitutional founder, or in permanently changing the relations of the Ntato to the Fedral power, Nointuiliifeut man can regard such an eleelion nitU indifference. Tut: OKnu, as thu only daily l'.ugIinU newspaper publiud in the city of New Vo -k tflikh upholds the ioctriues of con stisutioual Democracy, will steadily represent the Deuit-crat:c party in th"a great canvass. It will do this in no spirit of servile paitiKansliij), but tem peraiely aud tiruily. As a newspaper fht Would being the organ of no man, no clique, an no inter pbt, will prsfcect ttie. fullest and fairest picture it KB nufkjt of each duV pus-hiy bstorv in the city, the State, tho oouutry ai'.d the ioi la.''lt wiil aun hereafter, as heretofore, at accuracy first of all things in all that it publishes. No man. However humble, Khali ever be permitted truly to complain that he has been unjustly deilt with in thecolumus of Ths. Would No interest, however powerful, shall ever be perm tted truly to boast that it can silence the fair criticism of Tut Would. 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In the treatment of Dyspepsia, Chlorosis, Anae mia, Nervous aud Muscular Debility, Nervoi'3 and Sick Headache, Dysmeuorrhoea, Menorrhagia, Amt-n;rrhoea, discuses of the Kidneys and Bladder and such like organic or functional disturbances, I kuow "of no remedy upon wiiich I can rely with more certainty of satisfactory results than the "Seven Springs Mass," W. F -IUkk, M, Ji., Abingdon, Va. I have found no one single remedy to jield such satisfactory results a the "Seven Springs Mass." In the treatment of Dyspepsia, Chronic Diarrhea, Auamia, Chlorosis, and for Chronic Ki.en:a, I find it invaluable, associated with appropriate topical treatment. Geo. T. IlAltmsON-, M. D,, New York i.hi j . From my experience with the "Iron aud Alum Mass," I believe it will prove the best medicine we have in use, for chronic dkeases. G.M. D. PiliBBSOM, M D., F.aglewood, Texas . For DyspepBia,Uloerations of tha Throat, Inflam. mation of the Neck of the Isladder, Lenoori heoa, etc., tlie ''Seven Kprings Mass" seema to act with almost specific effect. . O. Gkh;sby, DeView, Ark. The "Beven Springs Mass" furnishes a valuable remedy to relieve Uterine Hemorrhages aud this class of female diseases, far superior to the Dia'ys ed Iron. Fkld. Hobnek, Jr., M. D.p Sur. U.S. Navy. SPOOL COTTON. ESTABLISHED 1812. I f V4 Uirl Pi&N I Demijohns W, 1, 2, S and 5 Oallons, w Pint, Pint and Quart H"t, 1. 2 and 3 Gallon Iron-ban Uaudled Kegs, Bar Ulassea, Beer Mugs. Corks, Ac. Bar Derautera. Cot lilua and t'oiiimno Ibrtad Decanters. We do not rectify Buy and sell direct from the distillers We guarantee vimhI to coma ap as sold. Pure Medical Whiskies a speciaty. We will make it to the interest of pruiwpt lull Dalra o trade with us. Call aud see us. ItOGKIIS niHKY, 158 Uay St., K.NOXV1M K, TKX.H. UUoct 3 79 aPAtiv OEOIStJE A. CliAllK, BOLE AGENT, 400 15U0ADWAY, NEW YOltK. Have been using the "Iron and Alum Mass" in my practice for the last ten months, with marked success in many cases. Joh Hcghson, U. P., Sumiiter, S. C. I am fully convinced from personal observation of the great therapeutic value of the "heveu Springs Mass" iu the treatment of female com plaints, A. Lanoastek, M. D., Stormville, Miss. Have had great success with "Iron and Alum Mass" in treating female diseases. It is a desirable medicine and should be better known by the pro fession. E. T. Bainbkidoe, M. D., Baker's Station, Tenn PosmyE Results. There are numer ous remedies that cure sometimes and become trusted as useful, but none have ever proved so effectual cured so many and such remarkable caso3 as Dr. Aycr's medicines. The Cherry Pectoral has re'? rod frreat numbers of patients who wetf th ieved to bo hopelessly alfoote with coDsumplipn, Ague Uure lii'flaks up chills and fever quickly and surely. Ayer'i Compound Extract of P-trs-v parilla eradicates scrofula and impuri ties of the blood, cleanses the system and restores it to vigorous health, liy its timely use many troublesome dis order that cau?c a decline of health are expelled or cured. Ayer's Pills and their effects are too well known everywhere to require any communication from us here. oaca rnen to (Pa.) 1 irnet . The New Yorkfklt is universally conceded to be the best stol!,fi'keteh paper. It is recog nized as the repreiiMttive literary paper, because among its contributors are many novelists whose fame is world-wide. First-class Stories are always io be found in the New York Weekly. Spirited Sketches, thoughtful poems, instructive essays, valuable information for the million, and a variety of humorous matter, are also prominent features of the New York Weekly. New authors are-frequently added to its unri valed staff of contributors ; therefore, as the New York Weekly never relies upon a stereotyped list of writers, the contents are always fresh, and each numbsr is almost certain to present some attract ive novelty. During the year 1880 the works of several emi nent authors, who have never before written for the New York Weekly, will be placed before its readers. No efforts will be spared to retain the proud title which tha New York Weekly has held for so many years as the Best Story and Sketch Paper. We could extend this list into the thousands with such testimonials from physicians from every State in tha Union; but these are guiBcient to indi cate its application. The reputation of tv.e reme dy is too widely known to waste wrds upoa in character. Iu ordering from Drwggists always mention Seven Springs Mass. Price $1 00 per package or 6 for $5,00 sent by mail, past-paid. 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I We maiiufartnre and sell at Hwrat r.Hri, SAD- HAli and NfSH ot up. A!tD I DLE.S, BUIDLEH, CULLAltS every description aud of superior workmarihip. lr-We also mannfactnre and sell MOOTS A FHOES eqnal to any made in the country. We nns Bark oniy, for Uunmu, and have bo patent jirocesa. Ws respectfully solicit s shsr cf tha pnWIe patronage. IV. McFarland & Sonn. August 1, 1879 o20tf Dlt. K. II. 0WEXS. Reiet Physician aiJ Sorjeci (Office at residence, lu rear of Cain Hooae.) MorriHtown, Tenn. f .r 10 l.J ' ht.iii i'. a M. -Ni.ia. an 1 t li&i ... ' I ' ial.1. lb a M a.i'i-l ft ,1 ini . ..nt ! .tl i k c. ralive :.f ll.w wii i in rf.l...'i I , , ...-i:i t M if-. an,l (I 1. k..r., i fl 2, Ii !-',' t'".'1, ftl.a .ila -..ua .1 .. C.a ava i i nrr r-.i.- I jv'l tnm i u 1 drli .i. cu ll tli i.a.i em Ic ..( .jr wi.l fra. ti. n ; ; htiu-itn d-irmir ti' ii- it 1 1 j.rartif. 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Ilhint nj. ll.'lua, (bit witUi.nl dai.. r..ua aurgirat r( erst I, ii. , luiugi, lnH HDiriita, ni.t . or r. r l.a .; .it,Ur.( nut t anode of rure st oo. e reruin, and f!n lii!, by itli ti svery sufferer, uo luatter 'i.t tim r . nil II. o msv tie, may curs Lm. J ibu ly, rKst.iy, and radi al'y, I "1 hi. lecture wil prove to thonaaods and thoii.-anii. . Hent nn.Vr eal. In a ltla atiT.l. pa, in .t ad 4ra. ou rerei4 vt a'l m U cirtvo I t.(. .laBipa. AJ.lr... till ptll.ll.tKT., tuk. t't'Lv r.itv ti l MrtrirLro , 41 Ann M., Hew York ; f. V. Bus 4 J.a 1ft, Tla ly Wanted (i.x-d nueu will IIVITKD HIH- C. !., aMr(Mt r. in a.r( ta l...ui and ruCit- fiud tfcia rat FFERS HIS PKOFESSIONAL irvi.-es to the c'.t'.wtis of Morristown and vicinity. Will (five spat isl att.-iitmn U t"hrvme diKraiM-s and dii-aaa ot'iili.r to females, liavluc hail a Unij sxpeneiM-e with r-orwa, the'.e n.tnrm and diavsaea, he i. prepared to suereaiaf ully tnt all dlaeases leculiar to their ku.d aud assure saU lHfactton aud reas-.u.l Is charges. Country pro. Uitce will lie accept --d lit part paTinenl vbru .r-vi-es arc rend, rd in the cmintry If so da'ral t,y the person or persons served. K. 11. UWl'.NX, Oct. 8, leT tf. tils tmiiim rtani-. TO MAKi; MONEY. Hark will laaM answer this a.nit ky letter, en. l4'i .i.rap fcr r.r It, state wm. bn.inrM tii t are t n ei r'i1 lu. f n. tat Ihuu Kn mnn Ihi.i.km iim.) t l' A tr, riMH, IIAI1U1 t'), Atlanta, .. ept iu :ity C5;. X. Crouch, or TExsEssrs. wim SAMUEL BEVAN I CO., Dry Goods & lotions 273 W. DALTIMOKH ST KELT, Il.iltimoroy - - IMtl. Set Tie Xu.