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THE MOURISTOWN GAZETTE, MAT 16, 1883.
Under On Suprrritu of the Jftrrutovn Lodge, L O. G. T., JYo. 5. j. b; hollo way. .Km tor. TIME OF MEETING. Morristowx Lodge, No. 5, I. O. of G. T., meets in Good Templar hall, over W. T. Carrigcr'a drug tore, every Monday evening at half past C o'clock. OUR PLEDGE. 'No member shall make, buy, 6ell, ue, furnish or cause lo be furnished toothers, a & tercra, any spirit uous or malt liquors, wine or cider; and every member shall discounten ance the manufacture, 6ale and use thereof in all proper ways." THE GOOD TEMPLAKS --- - ' PLATFORM. L Total abstinence from all in toxicating liquors as a beverage. . II. license in any form or un def4any drenrartanew for the sale of liquors to be used a a beverage. III. The absolute prohibition of the manufacture, imjortation and ia!e of intoxicating liqnors for such purposes; prohibition by the will of the ponple, expressed iu the form of the law, with the penalties de uorrvd for a crime of such enormity. IV. The creation of a healthy public opinion upon the subject by the active dissemination of truth in all the modes known to an enlight- enc'i piuianiuropy. V. The election of good, honest men to administer the law. VI. Persistence In effort to save individuals and communities from so direful a scourge against any forms of opposition and difficulty until our succesa is complete- and unirersal. The masses of the people think and know but little of the crime and misery produced by the liquor traf fic. Vhen they do properly under hand the situation they will purc'.y oice a sentiment that "will suppress it. This state of KK-iety can only le brought about by education. Let every- community awake itself to this important duty, organize tem perance societies, circulate litera ture, in short agitate tho question in every possible way, and a change in public sentiment will soon be brought about : . . WHICH WILT. YOU BE? I f y o u w an t TJ righ t's d 1 sease, d ri n k fusil oil whisky or glucose beer. If you Vant'dyspcpsia, drink sub. . T. 1 pliunc BCi i wniMty. or grape eugsr be-. ! v.) r.iit.t .ib-itingj.f i- brn: Irii lv i'! i !:!.. whi-'xY ov ln'. If you want kidney disease, drink juniper gin or gocLored beer. It yon want apoplexy, nil your blood with poisonous liquor. If you want to be liable to all the diseases that flesh is heir to, weaken your body with excessive drinking. If vra want to be a bloated, red- nozod, pimply-faced, blear-eyed, tdiakmCi trembling, slobbering, jab bering, ragged, filthy, idiotic old f H")f, a curse to humanity and a blot on creation, iust keep on drinking and vou will have all these un healthy and inhumanly attributes. If you would be respectable, clean, healthy, well dressed, well- tvdo. an ornament to societv, a Messing to the world ; if you would live long, and di happy, totally ab stain trom all that intoxicates. Christianity and Temperance. Ijovc toward God and man ought to le the motive that prompts every purpco and thought ef good people everywhere an J uncr nil circum stances. It is true our purposes and intentions are hidden trom view, yet they are certainly reflected in our daily walks and conversations. jove in the neart will move the bands to work in every ' laudable rotation la life . Christianity i the only tree that always and surely K'arw fruit wholesome fr the soul. Temperance is one of the branches of this tree that bears the fruit of sobriety. Then how important it is that we carefully prune and pro tect it from all the ravages of in temperance. Christianity is a sure remedy for intemperance, and will, it embraced, as naturally produce nobrictv as will a rood tree bear good and wholesome fruit Indeed temperance is the handmaid of re ligion, and strango to say many christian people seem to be entirely i. r.r I .i t -'! :..: people, why is it ? I put the ques tion to you and ak j-ou to answer it satisfactorily to yourselves and to your God. Tb Scourjr AvoiJed. In all our reading and observa tion, we have never known the dreadful disease, small-pox, intro duced into a town or community under circumstances threatening bo great danger or w wide a spread, as its introdutticn into Morristown seemed to threaten. During a week of circuit court, wbfti picp fiMin every portion of the ."U.:y. ! . N-inin Mi'iti-.-. wire thick u;. a ll,r '.rt"t a wo man lay dying -dead ox' musII px, in the very centre of the town.'on the most public street A public funeral uud burial scores of neigh-l-rs and oM friends doing the last sad rite all unsuspecting of their danger not a suspicion that small pox was near. , ...... Scores crhap hundreds were more 6r less exfosed m Yet only ten fauinTe fn all tho county are touch, ed. The escape, is wonderful ! Hut it can be accounted for. Months ago, when prvbaulu'da tiger first ap- jK-ared, vigorous preventive meas ures were adopted. Hundreds were thoroughly vaccinated, and thus rendered next to invulnerable. Wlien; the disease did appear, it wm grappled ; by our town ami county authorities with a crushing band, and although here in its mosi dreadful form, the monster was by these wise measures throttled chained iu ravages, in a .great measure prevented. , 5 . i ; Butls the danger" all over? An other diabase cot les destructive -r JLura- isd:ous- about equally . 1 L il' " f . t J . midst ' Manv amonjr us are even now af flicted beyond any probability of reooveryhave been given up by their friends. Others are taking the disease, even in ilorristown, who are even, more sure to die with it than'tbose who take small pox. t Yet against this disease there is no quarantine measure adopted, very little vaccinatum being done. And although the very houses from which it is spreading are known to our city fathers and county authori ties, not a step is 'being taken to prevent the spread. Father, your son has got the dis ease! Are you not uneasy? It will not kill him soquickly as small pox, yet it will as certainly do it. It -will do more. It will disfigure him worse, and will render him an object of loathing to the entire com munit. Nay, more it will dis grace him, and, werse than all, will send his soul lo hell. Now, plainly, more persons will form the drunkard's habit in Ham blen county this year of 1883, than have or likelr will be. afflicted with small-pox. From every point of view, the drunkard's disease is Ihe worst of the two: Will our " city fathers will anybody take' the alarm ? A CURE FOR D II UA'K EXCESS. There is a prescription in "use in England for tho cure of drunken ess, by which thousands are said to have been assisted in recovering themselves. The receipt came into notoriety threugh the efforts of John Vine Hall, commander of the Great Eastern steamship. He had fallen into such habitual drunkenness that his most earnest efforts to reclaim himself proved unavailing. At length he sought the advice of an eminent physician, who gave him a prescription, which he followed faith fully for seven months and at the end ef that time had lost all desire for liquor, although he had for many j ears been led captive, which he afterward published, and- by which so many drunkards hate been assisted to reform, as follows : Sulphate of iron, five grains; mag nesia, ten grains; peppermint water, eleven drachms ; spirits of nutmeg, ono drachm; twice a day. This preparation acts as a stimulant and tonic, and partially supplies the place of tne accustomed liquor, and prevents that absolute and moral prostration that follows a sudden breaking from tho use of stimulating drink. A RIVAL OF THE YOSKMITE. The Foot of White Mau Finds Its Way Into a Region of Un surpassed Grandeur. Fr-"ti the Sn I.u's ItrntiMir. .M'i throe weeks ago IJ. I. k-came nlarmvd at the long dry spell and, in company with an other gentleman, he started for the headwaters of the Sisquoc in search of food for his 6tock. He. reports the scenery along the route after. he left civilization as exceedingly grand rivaling anything he ever saw in his life, and he volunteered'the in formation that ho had twice crossed the plains and been through Central America. After riding a far as they ceuld they left their horses and footed it over the mountains and through conyons, and near the headwaters of one of the tributaries of tho Sisquoc they found them selves ujKn the brink of a precipice, oyer which the waters of the creek poured with a deafening roar, fall- mg a distance oi iuo 10 uu ieei. He threw a rock over the brink to test tho distance and waited to hear it strike the bottom, but after wait ing some time he concluded it had lodged on the way down, and wa9 turning to leave when the rumbling intonations told him it had just reached the bottom. The view from this jtoint was grand and awe-inspiring, and if properly opeued to the public would rival the Vosemite as an attraction. Fish and game alxund, and to illustrate the plen tiful new of the former he 6tated that his companion on several occasions took a common gunny sack and fa-stoned it to a ritloand would drive enough fish into it while he was making a fire to serve them for a meal. In coming down a canyon they discovered a red wood forest that has nevei before leen known to ex ist in that locality. He describes its extent to be from two and a half to three miles long and from three quarters to ono mile wide. The trees were from one to six feet in diameter and to use his own words, there is enough timker there to fence this valley into ten acre lots." He is confident that no other white uian ever stepped feet inside the grove, for, said he, it would have been impossible to have reached it a year ago, but about that time a for est hre burned on tho thick-under brush for miles this side and made it iossiblo for them to reach the grove on foot ; A Venerable Congressman CJIddy Younff Wife. New York Worfcl.) The "Washington correspondent of the Boston Trarfier tells the storvofa venerable" ex-rnemWr of Congress frmn Pennsylvania,' who has been married twice, and has fur Iim second wife a lively voung lady who is extremely fond of social gai eties. Aot long ago, says tho cor respondent, she made an engage ment to accompany a young naval cer to one of the fashionable balls and told ner nusuana sue was going, but neglected to say she secured n escort He appeared to be pleased and ai'l that Le would accompany her. This was more than she bar gained for, and she resorted to vari- Sous expedients to iret him to stay at home. The mere reasons she gave the more he was determined to go. Things were getting desperate, when a bright idea struck her. She took the old gentleman's false teeth and hid them, and when the even ing came he was stfll withoot ; tliose necessary adjuncts: tc mastication. He wondered and raved, and raved and wondered, but it was no use he couldn't find them, while his wife tripped gaily, to her carriage and spent a most k delightful . yen- ALL BILLS far adtcrtiig art a u?ua contracted and payallt on dttnand. contagious, is right in our 1 Toon? Lady Traveler that BIraled Speke and Cameron. There is no woman in our day, asserts the Saturday J'evicir, whose life has been richer in romantic incident or whose death ha pnusegsod a more tragic inter est than that of Alexandrine Tinne. That a young, wealthy and beauti ful girl should give herself np deliber ately to Airimn tratel is of itself aa as tonishing thifjg, that she should carry out her resolution as Miss Tinne did, with the constant purpose of bringing light to bear upon " the habitations of cruelty, Ls heroic As a mere traveler she almost rivaled Spuko and Cameron; and there is a f aRcniation in her story, in the passionate devotion she inspired iu those who formed her escort, that be longs to her alone. She was murdered by two treacherous Tonareg chiefs in lezzan, south of Tripoli, in ilarch, 18G9, in the 30th year of her age. Miss Beth-am-Edwanls, iu her new book, "Six Life Studies of Famous Women," says: "A few days of ter her departure the aurderous scheme was put into execu tion. Early in the morning a quarrel broke out as it is supposed, intention ally among tho camel drivers, and, hear iug the noise, the young mistress of the caravan hastily quitted her tent to see what she could do hi the way of pacifica tion. Her appearance was the signal agreed upon for the massacre. One Touareg first disabled her right hand by a sabre thrust, in order to prevent her from using her revolver, then, with a ritle-lMill in the breast, achieved hia deadly work. The others rushed on to the slaughter. Tt.p three Dutch sailors, her sole Emvpean attondauts, were next assassinated, and then tho plundering of the" rich caravau Wgau. Tho faithful negroes, ho adored their kind young ruLstrcbS, were carried off with the spoil, and the lxxliea -f tho victims left unbur irtl on tho samls. Thus perished, in the flower of her youth, one uf tho most en terprising lady travelers, and one of the moot courageous women whoever lived," St. Titus' Dance. This disease is sometimes described aa "insanity of the muscles." In its worst form it is very distressing, and often faUl At first there may be only a twitching of the eyelids, or the muscles of the face; but at length, for days together, or until the jxtsoii, utterly worn out, is relieved by death, the limbs are fearfully con vulsed, being dashed perhaps against the Impost wiih tremendous force ; or the Udy is suddenly forced upwards to its extremest tension, and as suddenly thrown in the op-Hito direction ; or the head is rolled from side to side inces santly. A strong linen bed-covering will Incompletely destroyed by the violent movements in a single day. The body IwcoDios bruised and excoriated from head to foot It most frequently attacks cluldren of from ten to fifteen years of age. Says William Smith, Esq., Fellow of the lloyal Medical and Ciiirnrgical Society, London, " I consider tho disease one of increased nervous action, deriving its source directly from too much stimula tion of the nervous system and the brain especially." During childhood the great object aimed at by nature to overcome the dis ease is nutrition aud growth. Play, pure air, good food, and freedom from mental excitement, are what the child .should have at the exjenso of everything else. Iu case a child shows incipient chorea. let all attempts to excite its intellect or its sensibilities bo wholly avoided. Se cure, without fail, tho normal activity of the stomach and bowels. Sponge the body daily with cold water, for its gen era! tonic effect fiathe the feet with warm water everv night before retiring. for its quieting effect. Guard constantly against ail 1 rights, bnun wines, beers. and every form of spirits. Youth' Com' pamon. Life at Cambridge, Massachusetts. In Cambridge life there is a happy mixture of high aims, prosaic details, and agreeable companionships some what disturbed during three-quarters of the year by excessively muddy streets and sidewalks, w herein people sometimes leave their rubbers sticking while in the pursuit of social or intellectual pleasure. Pleasant and peaceful as that country town-like city is, however, there is room for Question whether it is not too much shut away from the stir of the great world. Like its highways, it - becomes rutted. The very recreations wnicn professors, literary men. studious ladies. and cultivated professional people seek at evening parties is often only a pro longation of the mental exercise involved in their work. The tone of conversation is largely critical Even scandal may bo said here to assume the form of "analy sis. . How seriously Cambridgeans sometimes take the practical minutiae of life will be guessed when it is whispered that a lady who could not make her Louse furnace work well attended a course of austerely technical lectures oh thermo-dynamics! Dancing is a rare diversion, excepting for young girls and undergraduates. A Methodist preacher, who looked on at a small dancing party at a private house in Cambridge, observed with sectarian hu mor that the young women went through their quadrilles and waltzes aa gravely aa if they wero "nnder conviction.!' Clubs of ladies, or ladies and gentlemen to gether, are numerous; but they are often rather to be described as classes for the study of languages German, Italian, Russian, or even Arabic; and when not formed for this object, they make essay reading, the study of literature, or ama teur acting, their aim. One dramatic company iu especial, embracing members from sundry families of the greatest soc ial consequence, has held a brief season each winter, for several years, during which difficult plays are brought out in excellent stylo, with scenery, mechanism, and even music produced and executed by amateurs. Tickets are sold only to friends of associate members, and the performances are crowded. Strangely enough, attempts to found a club among professors and instructors in the univer sity here always failed, though these gentlemen have their small dubs for the pursuit of specialties in which they are interested. Of anything more than a dilettante interest in literature outside of the college, and, excepting Mr. Long fellow and such men aa John Fiske. or T. W. II ir gin son, there is very little. It is a startling fact that Cambridge in fluences have not been fructifying in this direction. Young-, writers are not wel comed,, and the men of established re nown appear ; indifferent as to whether' literary vitality shall ccntinuo;or cease on ,uus 1 grouiia, wuca t, is. gcucnij tliOUglA to, be ."consecrated j to fruitful thoughts and imagination. ' Meanwhile inspiration, breadth of sympathy and aims, and all tendency to express sturdily strong ideas and sentiments of national , or general human value, are being sacri ficed to the desire for specializing culture. Perhaps Harvard thinks its proper duty better fulfilled br perfecting means for educating " the average undergraduate mind in accordance with- a higher stand ard than heretofore. Bat it is a question whethor it ought not to encourage actual prod action instead of mere criticism, and to stimulate literary growth outside oi the class toomCorrespondent , Aru York Tribune. . , . , Moody's .'sss2,.';&, 1 Try praM iadvoretnl:ikM D&inxa, asd an te jrisisuisa rajas DRESSfilAIflllQ!" Pcsitica Guirastssd if. Desired. LADIES! rtiV, CO ffcEJt I n sraisf. ' OJTC USEFUL JUSTS. C fo-.kxe lamps which are triminf) .iy rarely explode. vocixx hose should be soaked all ,r,it and washed in hot suds with beef's '.!, a table-spoonful to half a pail oi -u-r. Iron on the wrong side. .Mikbobs should never be hung where nun shines directly upon them. They -n look mistrv, grow rough and granu - ;ed, and no fonger give back a correct ; 'xtnre. The amalgam, or union of tin :oil with mercury, which is spread on ;i&iio form a looking-glass, is easilj jlnod, by the direct, continued exposure the solar rays. St saving all the seams and hems and .-e pieces of cloth that are not suita for rag carpet, when one is making i-, and braiding and sewing together, -.ipo rug can be made. The rags are ' .ipared the same as for a carpet and ..it on wooden needles about as large a lead pencil, eight or ten inches long; nit a square center, and knit stripes of -.i: ions colors, and sew around it until . is a large as you wish. -Fxathzb pillows can be cleaned and ,Giided without removing "the feathers, -7 hiking the pillows, laying them in a a ta tub. scrubbing them with a scrub- iOg-brush dipped in a solution of two . lt-spoonf uls of ammonia to naiz a -id of warm water and rinse them thor oughly. Lay them out on the grass to turninar them frequently, and at Uio last pin them to the line for a num i r of da vs. ..and. when quite dry, beat em with a rod. This is to disentangle nd lighten the feathers. r ,... The fine, polish given stoves by those billed in the art is produced as follows : Uve a thin mixture of black varnish u.l turnntiaA ' annlv this with a paint r varnish brush to a portion of the ; ive, then with a clotn dust this over ith pulverized British, luster or stove o'.ish ; then rub with a" dry brush. The ove must be perfectly cold. The stove ialers buy the pulverized stove polish, Lich is carburet of iron, in twenty-five ituul packages. The prooess conduct- I in this manner is quite brief, but Ives beautiful results. In order to preserve the hands soft d white, they should always be washed w.irm water, with fine soap, and care ulv dried with a moderately-coarse -el. beinar well rubbed every time to atiro a brisk circulation, than which to liing can be more effectual in pro- ntin;r a transparent and soft surface. f engaged in any accidental pursuit inch may hurt the color oi the nanas r if they have been exposed to the sun, . little lemon juice will restore their vh?teness for the time, and lemon soap proper to wash them with. Almond sste is of essential service in preserving ha delicacy of the hands. . The follow iii? is a serviceable pomade for rubbing ho hands on retiring to rest : Take two mnces of sweet almonds i beat with .Lree drachma of white wax and three a achms of spermaceti ; put up carefully oi rose-water. Gloves should be always urn on exposure to the atmosphere. Circumstances Alter Some Cases. The ease was that of a man who waa accused of discharging fire-arms in the city limits. Recorder " Ton fired off a gun twice ; did you kill anybody ?" "No, your Honor. " Don t you know that it is a very se rious matter to fire off a gun and not kilr anybody ? Don t you know that you are liable to I e pun' shed severely for such carelessness V "I do, your Honor; but there are mitigating circumstances. " What are they, and are there many of them?" ' They are cats, and there are any number of them." . Recorder (brightening up) So you are . bothered with cats, too, are you ? Come here one moment, leil me, how many did you kill 1 ' ' Three wth the first barrel and two with the seeoind. "Splendid! Glorious J "What size shot do you use ? "Iuse duck-eliot. " That fetches em, does it ? Humph i Couldn't you lend me your gun for a few days ?" " Certainly, your Honor : but you must remcniler that you are liable to be punished very severely if you shoot off a gun inside the city limits and do not kill anybody." " You can go. You will do, but don't let it happen again. ' St Louis paper. A Spelling Reformer. : It was in a tobacconist's shop that a painter was at work lettering the coun ter panel with tho word "Begars. From time to time a customer would drop in, read the word and say some thing about the orthography. Why wasn't it spelled " cigars ?" " Scgars was wrong, . and so forth. After per haps seventy-five or 100 had thus gratui tously aired their knowledge, a slim, inoffensive-looking, middle-aged gentle man' in eye-glasses walked in. No sooner had he crossed the threshold than that painter rose up firmly but orderly.' He seized the middle-aged gentleman with both hands and addressed him as , fol lows : "G-n-a-t, nat; p-h-t-h-i-s-i-c,. tizik ; p-h-l-e-g-m, flem ; s-e-p-a-t-a-t-e, separate ; g-a-u-g-e, gaje ; m-e-t-e-m-p-s-y-c-h-o-s-i-sK metempsikosis ; s-e-g-a-r-s ! 8-0-g-a-r-sf s-k-q-a-b-s 1" That was all he said. He turned the middle aged man to the right-about and kicked Lum into the street. Then he took up his brush and finished his work, while a serene look hung about his face and glor'filit. Food to Make Flesh. ' Sugar, syrup, fresh cheese, wheaten grits, hominy, juicy meats, are the foods to make flesh. Almost any woman will get plump on brown bread and wheaten grits, or oatmeal eaten twice a day with plenty of meat and vegetables at break fast and a supper of brown biscuit, with sweet-meats, cheese and cream, or coffee drank with plenty of sugar and cream. It is not necessary to eat largely if the appetite does not call for it, but the food must be tempting, and if hunger is keen one who would be plump and spirited should not be afraid to indulge it . Un relishing, distasteful " food, will not nourish and stimulate like what is piquant and savory and changed in variety day by 4ay. Scientific American, i ,TcNaKwAI, the Chinese hoy, who was graduated from the Springfield (lass.) High - School last June with tho saluta tory address, became a Christian, and wrote home about it to' hi father, who is one of the highest of the Chinese nobles, though not of royal blood. : The fathei wrote a very indignant letter, and ordered him ' to - return home, threatening to starve and beat him into renouncing his views. As the boy was determined to be true to Ins new faith he looked upon his return to China as going to almost cer tain death : but lie started quietly with other boys for Boston, whence they were to sail for t home by way of Europe lung Kwai, however,, stepped from the train in Springfield, and that is the last that has leen seen of him. U he suc ceeds in keeping hidden for a year, he will then be twenty-one, and can becoms a citizen of the United State. '-.-ii A peckxtlt dressed workman came to photographer recently to have the por trait of his wife taken. While the ope mtcr was arranging the camera the hus and thought fit to give some advice tc '. companion of his life concerning her tn.b..4 "Think of something serious, in Ktiid, "or else you will laugh and ioil it Remeixber that your father in orison, and that your brother has had ieoMponnd with his creditors and try i marine what would have become oi m if I had not taken pity upon you." . Noe & Miller, ( ii . " r "-Si Mertalm ail Furniture Maters .. . Morristown, Tenn. Keep constantly on hsnd Metallic, Rosewood an 1 homo-made Cofflni of aU aiaee. They also kep a aapply of good, durable bareana,bd8teadii,tblee, fcc. They ask an inspection of their goods, and solicit the patronage of the public. Ordeni by tele graph or mail promUly atteaded to. ang37 19 tj L. C. 8HEPARD, I 4 UNDERTAKER, Knoxville, Tenn. if VERY DESCRIPTION OF UH Metalie Caskets and Cases, Wood Caskets and Coffins of eyery Grade and price, re may lor ase. Orders by Telegraph win reeetre person al and prompt attention Terms satisftctory. A Word to Our Readers WHEN yon read of a medicine that iU cure all dteeaeea, beware of it, for erery scientific physician on earth knows how fallacious such statements are. uui warn juu mu ui . hicu.vjm. compounded by a regular physician and surgeon of high standing that claims to cure only certain disease, aud furnishes high proof that it Joes this, you can safely try it, and with the aBHun.nce that it wiU cure you. a. V. R. Stoks, late physician and surgeon of the U. 8. A., has placed Iwfure the public a preparation called . Which no doubt is the greatest scientific preparr Uon yet discovered for the cure of dyspepsia in aU Its forms, and refers to thousands of Iwiies and gentlemen of the highest respectability that have been cured of cases pronounced incnratle by the best physicians in the country. The following references should be sufficient to convince the most sceptical; ' Mr. -Albert Howard, of the Howard Watch and Clock Co ,114 Tremont street, Boston; Prof. 8. Kronberg, 13 Noyes Place, BotOon; Dr . tieuuea W. Adams, P. O Box 1643, New York City; Mr A. H. Clark, firm of Clark Bros. Co., PhihuMphia, Pa., case of twenty years standing; Matthew Robinson, 203 North street, Philadelphia, Pa ., case of dyspep tic vertigo; William Oallogter, Kecord uffice, Phil adelphia; Frank C. Smink, business manager Read ing. Iron Works, Beading, P ; Moses Thompson, Thirlow.P .P JtW.B.B.B.; Miss Kt 8. Vll lard, Seminole. 8. C.;Capt. Geo. M. "ffeymouth, Savannah, Oa ; Clarence 8. Ooanerat, Savannah, Oa. They furnish the bess of refertinees from every State iu the Union when requiied. Write them at 219 Levant street, Phildelphia, Pa. Apepsia is sold by aU Morristown Di-uggists. Price 75 cents per bottle after Jan. litt, 1883. HOPE & BRO. Watchmakers AND' JEWELERS, Cor. Gay k Ciurch Sts., Knoxville, - Tenn., Keep in stock a full line of Watches & Jewelry, Solid Silver, Silvei-riat3d Ware, mm i Superior Table Cutlery, &c Repirinir and Engraving skilh'nlly executed upon reasonable terms. All orders )y mail wil re ceive prompt attention, and aatisfa-ition guaran teed. - aagl'79 tf HATTIE HOUSE. It is Located in the Exa.t Busines Center of Knoxrille, Tennessee, One Square from the Post Office, Cus torn House, Banks, and in the immediate vicinity of all the . . i Principal JVho'esah and " Retail Stores. jTEir t tin tt van Our. Furniture, etc, Rtectric Annurtdator, Oat, Wide Ilailt, and the Ventilation is " ' 'Jia.' 1 and Ko Mittdke. '., rWIHE TABLES SUPPLIED with Ji. the best the market affords . Choice Sample Booms for ConimercIalTrsvel- lers on first floor if desired. W Special rates to Merchants and Commercial Travelers. Porters always at the train. Omnibus free. J. C. FLANDERS. July 11, '80 ly PEOPKIKTOK. Dr. J. E. Rpbsrtson, Morristown, Tenn., Can be found during the day, when not prof es- Bio. any aDsent, at Armitage uro. s urug store After night at i. Q . Mathes' .residence-. Arau. 25, 18S3. 4t . '. KNOXVIXIiK 7 " Fire taw Coapy. Office East Tennessee National Bank. Capital StdckS 100.000. ' '.OFnOERS,! . D. A. CARPENTElt. Pkksidkjtt, F. II. ilcCLUNG, YiCBvPKKsiusaiT.. W. H. BIMMONDSL .. '... ... , . . - ....... . Sec..& Trkas.... DIREOTOH8. J JOSEPH J AQUES, A ..CALDWELL, E. 1. 8ANFOKD, 8. B. LUTTHELL ' w. w. woocKurr, CM. McQHEE, 1 . , F. W. TAYLOR. SB , , C. E. LUCKEY, B. C. JACKSOS, F. H. MoCLONG, - , FINANCE COMMITTEE! JOSEPH JAQTJE8, E. 8AXFORD 0. K. LCCKEI ' 0. M. McGHEE, STOCKHOLDERS: ' " n v irwihfte- F.H. MeClung D. A Carpenter ' W. W. Woodruff, loeeph Jaquss, j ' Si E.J.8anford, . .-, , Joseph H. Earnest, A. J Albers, -A. J. Mountcastle, W A . Anderson, . . 8. T. Logan, . ' ' R. Jackson, ' 1 W.P.Chsmberiais, : .! 0 ! A. Caldwell, . " '" M. I. Ross, F. W. Taylor, 8r i -, J V. Fulkerson, . 1 G. W. Palmer, , 8. B.' tuttreli, ! .: M.J. Condon, , Chaa. H. Brown,. " Hugh Martin, .- i, 1 -J ""Tf , . i. JaiBt-. L: Gaines-j -T. 8. Webb, W.P.Washburn, . John E. Chapman, Jos. T. McTeer, K.C. Powell, 8. Ssltmatsh, Thos. L. Williams, J.B. Hoxste, augl4 7t ly C.E. l.ucke), All. B. E. Earnest, R. T. Wilson, Thos. 0"Conner,' Jao. O. Earnest. N.Bogart, ; B. M. Khea, J. W LilUard, D. T. Boss. D.A.NEILS0N,.1L.D., ,.''. '. : -s . A ' . ' ' ' ' ' Offo. over W. P. Csrrigerli Drusj 8tore, where be can be found day or nighty unless professional ly absent.' 1 N B. All who have owed me medical bill for twelve months or longer need not call on tne for professional services under any etreumstanoes. " . , ' v oct.4 1SS3 U IS 1 e t spriiTfj iv.t. J Jt: vTBooks & Bipies If You are Going WEST, ..NORTHWEST, : or SOUTHWEST, BE SURE YOUR TICKETS READ VIA THE ,p 51. LSiilway, , ... -. . . ' The First-Class and Emigrant Passenger's FAVOEITE. Albkbt B. Wsimw, P. A.; Atlanta, Ga. W. L. Dami.it, G. P. 4. T.A., Nashville, Tenn. J. I Mh.am, P. A , Knoxri Tenn. W. T. Koaixa, P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn obtained for new Inventions, or for improvements n old ones, for medical or other compounds trade marks and labels . Caveats. Assignments, Inter- xerencea. Appeals, suits tor infringements and all all casos arising under the PATENT LAWS. promptly attended to. IN TETS TI ON 8 THAT HAVE BEEN ',-.. TJ T? I U f1! If 1 1 r rne "tent umce may ii VjJ Ejj 1 jhV still, in most cases, be pat ented by us. Being opposite the U . 8. Patent De partment, and engaged in Patent business exclu sively, we can make closer searches, and seeure Patents more promptly, and with broader claims, irMrl?"MnrTTC!eldusa model or sketch Ail AJll J-l'XVOnf your device; we make examinations and advise as to patentability, nu ofcharok. Ail correspondence strictly confiden tial races lrw, ant. NU CHARGE UNLESS PATENT IS SECURED. . Wercfarin, 'Vashlngton, to Hon. Postmaster- uenernu. si. sy, tie v. r. x. rower, The Ger-man-Americai. National Bank, to officials in the TJ. 8. Patent Office, and to Senators and Bepresen tatives in Congress; and especially to our clients in every State iu the Union and in Canada. Address C. A. SNOW & CO., Opposite Paten tOfflee, Washington. D. 0 . IjINIMENT. -l , H AN W EBS' If your Horses or Mules are troubled with Splints, Galls, Sprain, Bruises, Flesh Wounds, Lameness, Swellings, Stiffness Bighcad, Windgalls, Fistula, Poll Evil, Ring Bone, Sprain, Mange, Cracked Heels Callous, Sitfast, Colic, Ring Worm, and external injuries, use Hannier's . " LINIMENT. This preparation is now being used by, and has the highest endorsement of, the leading stock dealers of tho South, many of whom have given voluntarily, strong certificates of its wonderful merit in the treatment of stock to which it is specially adapted. , No farmer or owner of bore and mules can well afford to be without it, as the timely application of this Lini ment will save many. valuable animals, and restore them to usefulness. In con junction with It should bo need the STOCK Powders, which are invaluable in the treatment of sick or injured animals. They possess a' great tonic power, and will give strength when other medicine have no effect. They have for the past twenty years effectually cured in all cases Feunder, Hide Bound, Loss of Appetite Yellow. Water, Indigestion, Influenza Coughs, Colds, etc. They produce beauti ful, glossy hair, and should be used with all stock occasionally even if well. WM. LITTERER & CO., Sole Proprietors, r KASH7ILLE, TEST! The Cream of all Books of . Ad venture. Pioneer Heroes Daring Deeds. The thrilling adventures of all the hero explorers and frontier fighters with Indians, outlaws and wild beasts, over our whole country, from the earliest times to the present Lives and famous exploits of Dettoto, LaSalle, Standlsh, Boone, Kenton, Brad ir , Crockett, Bowie. Houston, Caraon Custer. California Joe. Wild Bill. Buffalo Bill Gens Miles and Crook, great Indian Chiefs and scores of others. Gorgeously Illustrated with 17 tine engravings to tne life. 1 Agents Wanted. Low prices and bests anything to sell. STANDARD BOOK CO., St. Louis, Ifo. 2STervou3 Exhaustion, ! Prematuxe Decay; Loss of Memoz3T. An 80-page Cloth -bound Book of wholesome Advice) to Young Men. by s Regular 1'hvsictaa. fipMT FRFi?" reosijptof two twm .eot jmiiWJlSB stamps. Address TK HEALTH JOURNAL, M1LWAUICS,W!& LYON&HEALY State & Monroe Sts.. Chicago. Will tn i mU MT.idJns Ikasr BAND CATALOQUI, i Mlruuj.aU. SuiU, OtM, StlM, lau. iw nm, urn luicmviui Rtju. rtran Majr HtafH. mod Hm, Soivy Sod Ous Jtassstag WCiiiiII.Si far aimv ssxasjssua PIIV1PLES. I will mall (Free) the recipe for a simple Vege table Balm that will remove Tan, Freckles, Pirn pies and Blotches, leaving the akin soft, clear and beautiful ; also instructions for producing a luxuriant growth of hair oo a bald or- saaooth face. Address, inclosing stamp, Ben. Vandblv ss CoM 13 Barclay t., N. Y. ' may4ly X sure cure for Blind.' Bleeding and Itching files. A ainele box of .6 1. William's IK0IAM PILE OINTMENT hs cured the worst ehronlc esae Thirty year, standing. Sold and recom mended by aii drugguu. . i'riee st.oo by wsU. ASTHUI PfTU & CO.. WHaLEtAU AtCHTI, : Louie viixs, Kj. J3 gents Wanted to Sell The most complete and overwhelming expose of the Crimes and Practices or Monnonism. inciuo.es the Life and Confessions of the Mormon Bishops John D. Le and Brigham Young Startling and Thrillins Revelations ! Profusely Illustrated. A lively book to sell. H. P. HCAMMKLL CO.,t. Louis, Mo. TO CONSUMPTIVES The advertiser having been permanently cured ed that dread disease, Consumption, by a simple remedy, is anxious to make known to hie fellow sufferers the means of cure. To aU who desire it, he wld send a oopy of the prescription used (free of chare.) with the directions for preparing and sing the same, which ihey .wUl And a enre for coughs, oolcla, eonsumptiou. Asthma, Bronchitis, to. Parties wishing the Prescription, will please addreaw Rev. EVA. Wilson, 1M Peon St , WiUiams rurg, X. T. - , aj J4-1 ! ERRORS 0!vJ0UTH. ;r; ; . A cwntlemajt who suffered for year from Jtar- eens Dbility. premature Decsv, aud U the ' ef fects of youthful indiscretion, will for the sake oif snflVpg humanity, send free to all who need it. the receipt and direction for leaking the simple TOBoedy by which he was cured. Suffarer wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience can ae so by addreing fs perfect confidence.; , . , ouu b. ugaen, r ijeuar rw.. new ioti. ' maylt lyr. , ,;; , : . 3. r ' 1 JLZ..l 7J fi i . jg. Pies! Pies! Piles! W. L. ROGER.", f- ROGERS :!"PERRY;; WHOLESALE Lia uor dea lers . Sour Mash Lincoln Coiint7 Whiskey,;. Copper Dis : tilled Corii, Rye and Bonrton. .Wifakies. APPLE BRAHDY i. SPECIALTY. ... ' ' ;. vm- , .... ., . a Cash Customers not Reject e d: Quick Sales ana Small trtlt. Thankful to our friends for their liberal patronaff h.v they will continue with us. GAY STREET, - - KNOXVILLE, TEIHT. Orders Solicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed. , . . , .wciStly. X LJ L.IJLl.-.! IJsl KnoiYillB Foiiry anfl Made Co, Successor to ROG AN, KELLEV & CO., fioirxijs, - - - TJ5.V.VJB ssi:n9 . . - , : - ,t,- . i , . ... - U ANTJFACTCBER8 OV . ' . " MILL GEARING OP EVERY DESCRIPTIOIT, ' " ' ; , Circular Saw ilills, And aU kinds of Oattingt for up-right Sate MBit and Camay. Steam Engines Built . and Repaired. HOLLO W-WARE A SPECIALTY, AND THE NICEST AND . . . BEST MADE IN THE SOUTH. ' Pronto and Grates of all Sizes, Side Hill Plows and Plow Castings, Cane Mills, . 4 Railroad Castings, Brass Castings, Door SHU, Window Sills, Sash Jl'Hghts, Columns, Street and Ventilating Grates, and BuikUrs Castings generally. AGENT FOR THE Eclipse Double Turbine Water-Wheel, - - " . . . ...... SlillwIVs Xim? Extracting- Healers, and Judaon Btnnd ord Governors for Steam Engines. tVCastinga of every description made to order end Machinery of all kinds Repaired properly and ri 4 diaspteh. We invite persons having any class of wetk te de In our line te give e e cell bnmIPI NOTICE EZTMOmMEt GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES AT R. JAEGERMANfl & CO., D iamoads, W atcte, jewelf.A AT FUIiLiY 25 PER CENT. ItEDUCTION ! " GOLD HOWARD-STEM WINDER WATCHES ADJUSTED TO HEAT, COLD AND FOBITIOX, Patent Regulator, reduced from &1? t-o 10. Solid Silver, duet a4 waterproof, Wal tham Sterawluder Watches reduced from $ 25 to $20. it',' We have Watches, Hianaonds and JeweJry at all prices, knd partle wishing to buy goods tf I tie kid will please state price tbey desire to pay and we will send the best article they posaib jr can a for the money. .Goods sent en approval to parties furnishing good reference. To parties not having such connections ws send goods C. O. D. by express, wttU pivilge of examination lief ore I-aying for same, or by registered mail on recept of sufficient money to cover the bill. We give written guar antee for all goods we sell. Liberal diseennt to Dealers or Agents selling Watches fur us. . Address U letters, , JAgCEM ANN & CO., St. Loui. Mo. - tMX it " . .. ,..; . ; , , .v."i, ".;;10i-He WiSS: O!!, :r.;:z Foundiy : and i Machine Shop, . .... ... ; j : ' MANUFACTURERS OF ' ' " ' ' " I i .. .;.;-.-!-)"': .... f TIIICEE STYLES OP HEAD BLOCKS, j s . . Grist Mill Machinery anil Gearing of all Knlt Reacting Water Wheels and Cane rliIIof ' " ' " ' AND DEALERS IX """ "' "" . ' . t ,;! a .. .i" i- ; '''"" ' OVALI, STTLfcS AND PRICES, , , Circiilar, Saws Leatlier, Rniste and Cotton BbIUhe; Frencli Burr JLND BOLTING CLOTHS tW ini I A TttT'VO of all kinds done to in every respect. Ir(Mnpt attention gi rente aU orders, and prieee given on spliea4ien. 1 Before purchasing elsewuere can on or aaorees C. II. WITT ;&" J ; I Office of Oliver Chilled Plotv Works, South Bend; i-' Gentlemen: slaes of Oliver Plows , in the temtpiy assigned you for the past ten: years ; ; "J "il. i'3 1-1 'mm. ' ;. L.' -v tmJ. . - - . 1873, 542 Plows. 1874, : 684 1875, .732 1876, 901 .t ii ii 1877, : 1,000 P. '& Ttie renuirkable liicrcas of 8Qpefioi-ity: ocV'rtll fdtheM." " In'th prtMent properot sUt of iht' countrrwo expet tt lar-Kcr rto! of incmise for ith year 1883 tha4 ever bofore: Thcy uro cticap, uuraoie &ua uooquaieu in qauuy- x.v ery Farmer 'honM try them. ; ....j. -i -., i ' w. c. refill. ' 1 Prices Reduced. We have In stock a limited number of . Vertical Feea Sewing: Macliic; which we' offer for CASH or LEASK at gr.atly reduced prices. We mean business, v Mow is your time to buy. ANGEL Ss JENKINS, KNOXYILLK, TKMH. XT Prcket CaUery, Fishing Tackle, Twine tm Ladies' Fancy work. Pure Sperm Oil. Meesiee and attachments for all sfachlnse in full sto .fc. Iog Collars and Muzxtef: Call and see us. such 7 Sm ST. LOUIS, no. -ii.! i.- OP BE3T QUA LITT. : i i i order on short noUee. ,We g marantee fe,Ufaetia ( . i i, ; ' . 0 : i " n. SOX, Witt's Foandrr . Tu.',' Ind., Dec. 21, 1882. 1878,;1088 Plows. 1879, 1369 1880, 1440 1881,2748 1882,3044 ii ii ii tbe OLIVER i an idcne of it u . j v ;:t . W. W. WOODRUFF & CO., General IgeaU. 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