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WISE AND OTHERWISE. 'What are the sad wares pay ins?" Look oat for sharks ! S.arab ; .MiiVSaUia, Tv doca filled till ycr jug- Shall I pat any mo in itf ' A man in Milwaukee has "written a poultry book of 1,200 pages, a regular "hencyclopcJia, as it were. Why is a list of musical cornpoeer like a saueepan? Jecaus6 it is in-, complete ivitfiOttt'aUandle- t A IUon"rl Berer ppcaks oftho VnakdJ truth.1! rrters Jo' it ft "truth diverted of apparel." The reason o manyprr fight ers arc still alltc if '.that 'the Lord knows when" each sparrer falls. Jenkins has moved his hen copp farther from tU house.. lie consid ers thai in "aeholera year iWl air may Wdangerous. njOnnJ-"Marv. has the dor been at this meat?"' Wife "No, dear, I carved 'when you Tvere away yesterday.'' - - An auctioneer, ia a recent hand bill, advertised for pale a lare quantity of oil painting by come, oftho ancient masters of the day." A boarding house mistress, like the rest of u.-, has her weak and her strong points, her weak point being her tea and her strong point the butter. A cook and a houemaid had a Utile difficulty in the kitchen the other daj and presently matters becima po quiet that you could hear a ro'Iinrj.pin fa'l. Oh, don't propose to me here!" exclaimed a yoan-;lady, who-e love was about tOvpourut hi avowal as they wera tiding; by a cornfield. 'The verycorn has ears." A follow of the nam of Axaxxaxy is" ted I Jay St. 'I joo"., - 31 is., last we-k. lie is supposed to bo a wood chopper by profession and a pretty good one at that "Ah, Mr. Ilebhleton, I hear that you have teen ea'Ied to the minis try." 'WcllJT can hardly term it a call. They offered me S500 a year. Sort of whiper, you understand." A little Anstin boy saw his mother take ofT her switch one day, and called but; Oh, mamma! Let us take your scalp out in the yard, M tliat we can play Indians." Mi stress ( horrified ) " Good gracious, Bridget, have you been usin on f my stockinss to strain this eotree "through?" Bridget (apoloireticalh) "Yis, mum, but uro I didn't take a claoo one." 'Has Oloore proposed yet, Emily?' 'No, ma. but he did the next thin t it last evening.". "What did he do?' "He asked mo if 1 thought parasrortc injurious to teething children." A poetcs oins, "Whore is My Sailor Love to-night?' If he sailed on an ocean steamer he is probably shoving off from the wreck in a lifeboat before the rush of the female passengc? begins. "Hour business?' inquired a gen tleman f a scissors grinder on the street. "Flourishing, sir; never bet ter. I have more than I can do. do. It's my doll Peaon,you know." And he continues to grind away in dustriously. "You did not pay very close at tention to the sermon, I fear, this morning." "Ohr yes, I did, mam-, ma." "Well what did the minister pay?" "He said that the picnic would f.tart at 10 o'clock Thursday morning and oh! ma, can I go?" "Mar, why don't you ppcak!"' a-ked little Jako. tfWhr don't you say suthing funny?' "What can 1 pay? Don't you see I'm busy frying doughnuU? Say something funny indeed." 'iWal, . yoa might sav Jake, wan't you have a cake?' That 'ud be funny for you.". A Bchoolboardlinspcctor at a girls' sewing c'ass: "Who can tell what basting a turkey means?" There was a silence for a while, and then a Miss signified that she knew. "Well, what is it?" said the inspec tor. "Scwin up the place where the stuffin' goes in," was the reply. In Chicago. Jennio Oh, he was such a funny looking fellow. Mary He hail such tight pants on. Alice His leg were so thin. Carrie And his feet were so large. Iick how did he get his trowsers on? Jennie I don't know unless Dick MayW bo pulled them on over his head. The 'following testimonial of a certain patent rntdicine ppeaki for itself: "Dear Sir Two months ar my wife could scarcely speak. She has taken two lottles of your Ufe Henewer, and now she can't speak at all. Please send me two more lioiUes. I wouldn't be with oat it-" . , Wake tip ! " exclaimed Mrs. Mulberry in a loud whisper, as she punched the slumbering Mulberry in tho slKrt ril the other night; "wake up; I'm ure I hear bur glars drtwn in the dining-room." " Ikm't disturb them, then," said tho drowsy Mulberry. , KBejuseas quiet as you can and maybe they will eat some of that fruit-cake you have in the pantry." Enter Bridgot . with a ten.by twelve mirror, from which part of the quicksilver has been scratched, in her hands, and the pallor oHoer tal fear on her countenance. " Oh, if ye plase, muru, the board fell of the lack of this, and I see it was all -oTeredjWito lrot, but when 1 went to scrape it off, sure and it showed me hand instead of jne face. The counthrr is 'too cowld for rue in toirely.'f i . A man got drank the other day in London, aad felldown and broke his neck. The wise jury that "sat" tirn him happened to find out that his grandfather had accidenUy broken his neck ; and po rendered the devout verdict : "Died by the hereditary visitation of God." A BltfTT- Ccornei ; from ' Boston's Every Other Sunday of a large woman handsomely dressed, with plentv of uwelry, who recently en- tcred a horse-car where every seat I i a ru f ' was occupieu. w cue muxu, u length an elderly gentleman slowly rose and offered her -hii seat.- She took it deliberately with a haughty sir and said : oa are a perfect gentleman. Tiff rest U hegi I " CARTERS rllTTLE IVER PIUS. 1- li Hrfena and rai-re M the trouMes Inel 4nt to .bJiou elate ot the Tf uaa. such as Dis rinesa. Naoaea. IwowaJi", lintnw after aunp, iViaTi th Side. Ac W h.i their mail tvmv ibl, tuccMa baa bet-m tbowa la wmg B 0 K 3rkM Crtr"Uttl U-rrr r01 ir r 2 y th naoTiEgeoniiUJit,'1ihrT alo correct U d;ordT of th nontfck, ttnul:8 h iirr MIA c t u Ju Cur pUU car. It cSViitla IJTrr nns rerTymllan4 rrT CAT to takn. One or two pO.Iuke doi j Cxii every wUae, ot t of vu CJLKTEK JIEDICIE C0.,'ew Tort SUFFERERS From Vroas.f tir U. and Rlort I'll"", RraUuillUirti KUit,tVrk Krni IVrbllit;, r.k. Iaiiat..ll. Uliua n1 H titnl jt of the tildoeja.lll. trk IrtMUf O !. jour lfnii ivr qk'io KiHowKii srtctnc so. IS, COCMEEFflRQN A BLOOD, Jt EKVE TOMC If roar lracat dM not il k hits tn nnj.r H for rM II. pr bnttla. wa,rWr Iron tm Uw OraaiMl Mortwul IHorj ol mx)i unti iTnr M.iihM. wit. M'l rutteuUra. lir WAS. W. SCOTT M.D., Kansas City, Mo. Vf 2r. SCOTra LITXU 1-ILLS. BOOD l URIi'iL'R. I . r;. .n rrntttv forSrrnlul. Viil . 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It rle a rlear and ha!lhy cotnpllin. , Tue trnnre!t testlmuny Itie alne l ntKTiK'4 lm! l uxic la that frejnent altoaipt at cunterT.-Hlii liae only ai-ir iu im Itf ot Ilia oriKin-il. Jf f cretly tltklre re' tltfDot elptlUrnt rltllC IHK-I Ai. A U lk I (Seod rm addreoTh. Pr. Harder MjCn. V HLl.iia. Mfor our -tiRBJtM kOOX." B 1 ull oi unoiu4 nMful Iniorm.itton.free. DR. HtDTIR'l lOM TONIO IS FO SALB BY U Ohuochano DtU tIWHfli. Aix yi faUiii.''. try W nu' Heii.to R- r.r Prjl. ere. t.n.vh, IJw, Kt.lne, Lautfm. A l'e-iu-l lnuronuit. Cttrv DYSPEPSIA, H.vt.LtrlH. Fwor, Arw, t hills, DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. Nice) to Uiko, true inr.t, unequaled for TORPID LIVtH w Nisn Sweats, Nervous yvcaitness, IViritaria. Leauu.jMs fWxiuu iitsciioo. uiir U t, for SlCOn Dncrto. L S. wnxs, jersry Oty, N. L. ti. A. JULV. -ao IIS mm mum He Buchu-Paiba Ttnasrkabl Cures of Catarrh of the ltlaiUe r. lnrtajnrnatirm. Irritation of Kld ners jui Isls'ltier, Btoo" or Or! Iu. eAv-s ol lho IYcmUui uland, lropical l-irHlin?, Ferr.nl l'ise&ac, lncontin enoo of L'rino. sU lbejKS of the Oenito l rlnary Organ in either sex. For l'n heuithy or L'naatiirai I'JachaTirws two avl. C'tiapin'a ln)ccn kleur," each f L Kor h fllM.lv. Miir oootractod or brro!Ary taint. u t'lutpin s ronstita-ti-ifi i:i:tThTr'?A $!.) T bottles and Uir.pina Kr f..Un ie I'Ula, 3.0u; and Ch p.n Syphi ii o riive, il.00. ft botUea f enip. t ft 1 klr. Ly Express oa r-c-n t of SiO.'H or at Itu.-Si. y.. A. Weris. Jfner C!'. N. .1.. C B. A. jcirLrr T"Trr 'trT7rr . t ! II. W. CURTIS, Watclss, Jewelry & SilTerware Larg-a stock and low prices. " S3IITirS OLD STAND, K.NOXVILLK, fabaS'Sd ly : Trco. 0 .n. tr o tr LJ OL CO Q Z CO u rr u. o Ll h. m m ri n ff O 5 rN.o saa a si y L-fc a, .al, aai" jMnak . JL aikM A Jaafciaakaaaal ESTABLISHED 1816. CHAS. SIMON & SONS, G3 N, Howard Street, BALTIMORE 3ID. luporteis and Iclera in DRY GOODS Of Every Description. SAMrLES SENT FKEE. Laflies' Reaiy-Maie MErwear, COItSKTS, &c. SaOrderakiuoutitiugto$i0oroTer aent fres of freight charges by expreas. DRESS-MAKIM DEPARTMENT. Ruloi fur elf-tneaanrcraeut, saroplrs of uiaterials, with estimate of coat, sent upon application. " TERMS CASH. sbU 8 ly DENTISTJIYI DENTISTRY ! THOS. J. SPECK, D.D.S. OFFICES: Rngcrsville, Teen., from 1st to 15th of etch month. Morrtstown, eor. Main and Henry Hts., opposite Bank, from 15tU to last of each mouth. Terms Cash, or Its Equivalent. Norfolk & Western Railroad. Time Table in effect May 25,; 1884. WESTWARD. TIMS V " SSdl tXo.lS. 'So. 3. KQ.M. L Norfolk 2:5 pm S a m "Suffolk 3:1 pin 9 15a m ArPrt'aburg 6:10 pm 11 IS am Lt IVfbur 1122 am " ItitrkevUle IMpvo " FarmviUe 3 00 p m ArLyirhbnrg Xo. 1 . 'SBSpm Lrl-vuclibur KhOU pm 4 10 put T 00 a. m. Liberty 10 53 pm 6:01 p m 7 S3 a. m Itoanoke 13 i!5 am 6:11 p.ni 9 11. m Ar Uig Hprin.' 1 07 am 6:5d p.m 10-00 a. m " CUria'b'g 1 43 am 7:27 p.m 10 45 a. m Ceutral. 2 07 am 7:55 p.iu 11 07 s. m P.K-ahontaa 3 13 p. tn WytheviUo 3 S3 am 9:25 p.m - "Marion 4 34 am 10:30 p. ni Abiudon S 34am 11:38 p.m Arllriatol 6 00 am 12 05 u gh 'Daily, t Daily except Sunday . CONNECTIONS. . Lears Norfolk 8:30 a. m. auj 2:23 p. a. Arrive at Uichmoud 12: ".8 and 6:00 p ru. Leave Uiehraond via K. k P. UB. 10:13 a. tn., dtily exoept 8unday, counecting with No. S at Fetera'iurg for all polutii ou Una of N . 4 W. R R, Also leave Uichmoud via K a P. It. R. at 11:20 s. tn. dally, and A:ti0 p. m. daily except Mnnday, ar riving at Norfolk at 3:I'B p . m. and V:45 p. tn . Leave Richmond daily except Sunday via K. fe A. R. R. at 0:20 a. in., 3:33 ami Pip m.,arriv. ln at LjuchLnrg at 3:40 and lO:0O p. in. and 2:18 a. m , counectitig with traiui ou VYeatern Division. No. 1 baa Leighton Kleepera from Lynehbnrgto Brmtol. and Pullman Sleeper Roanoke to Mem phis, Teun.. ithont change. No. 3 hsaPnUn an Sleeper from Waabbigton via. Lynchburg and At lanta to New Orleana, without change. Tims. Eaatern taa-dariL EASTWARD. tXo. 22. Ko.a. 'So. . Lv Brietol ' Abingdon Marion WytheviUe " rocabontaa Central . " ChriA'b'g " Rig Hj-ring Roancks , " Uberty Ar LyiM-hb'g Lr Lrncbb'g ' rarmvilie " liurkevill. Ar Pet '.burg Lv PetVborg Suffolk Ar Norfolk 11 as 3 40 4 10 4 47 5 33 S 1 4J s m p m p ta 20 pmf 6 4a p m T U pm 8 33 pm tNo. 7 00 00 44 IUbb 10 12 p m 10 42 p 111 11 30 p IB 12 M a iu 3 00 7 02 9 00 " 9 40 II 43 p lu ill 17 p m p ml I'JUpu pm 3 IS p in 14.! 6 00 a ni 28 a in 7 27 am nviD 10 19 a m 9 64 a ra IA SO a m 11 40 s m 12 41 pm 1 3 pm 2 . g SH. tr 0 a tr Daily. TDaily except Sunday. CONNECTIONS. At Roanoke both 2lo 2 and 4 connect with 8. V Railroad eait. Pullman Sleepers to New York without change via 8. V . Railroad and llarriaburg oo both tralua. At Lynchburg Vom. 3 and 4 connect with T. M. R. R . for WaaUington sud the Last. Traius leavs Lynchburg 1:55 p.m. and 2:45 a. m. daily. At Lyuchbnrg R. A. R. R. leaves Lynchburg st 3:10 a. m ., 2:00 and 9:40 p. m.t arriving st Kirhmo-d U:i0 a. ra . H:W p. m. and 7:00 a. ia. No. 2 makes connection via Petersburg for Richmond, arriving at Richmond 12:38 p. m. daily except Sunday. - At Norfolk No. 3 arrives J:t p. m ., connecting with Ray lns stesmer, leaving Norfolk daily except Sunday for Baltimore at 6:00, and with old Dominion for New York on Monday, Tueaday, Wednesday and satardsy. NEW IlIVEK DIVISION. (DAILY EXCEPT 8TXSDAT.) ' EllTVlkD. IWpnirr.... .. Central.... S IS 44 Lv Hew River.. 1W 2 07 " 1M " 1 ss - 1 23 - mm " il ass. ra. SUytids ..llippletnesJ. .. ..... Wenonah .. ....Narrows..... ... Adaira. ... . ...Oak vale .. Pocahontas... rfiaTwaaa. ..Lve.ll 10 s in ,. " 11 33 " . 1318p.m. .. 13 40" . " 1 01 .. "lit" " 1 5 " " 1 SO - ..Arr. SIS" tV AU Inquiries ss to. Rates, Routes, AO , promptly soswrsd. If you are going to travel, drop a letter or pos tal to ALLEN HULL, Passenger Agent, Roanoke, Vs. J. n. 84X03, Osnl Bupt. Itosueks. V. A. 1-0PS, O. f, T. A Bcsnoke, Vs. - HOPE & BRO. Watchmakers '" "a .Ifi v I Iff J i AND " Cor. Osy Church 8ts Knoxyille, - .TlNN., , Keep in stock a full lias of " -'WatciBs' & JbybIii, ' Solid Silver, - Silvei-riated Ware, Superior Table Cutlery, &C ' tW Reptring and Engraving tktllfnlly executed Upon reasonable terms. AU orders by mail wil re ceive prompt aitention, snd satisfaction guaran teed. . atg-l 19-tf N V. C. Durham, Attorney - at - Lair - and Solicitor in ; CIiaDccry.: MorristOAVTJ, Tennessee! RESPECTFULLY OFFERS HIS PROFESS ional services to the public, and solicits a sbsre of patronage. Will practice in the conrta of Hamblen, Cocke, Jeffcraon. Orainger, Claiborne, Hawkins snd Greene counties, and in the Snpreine Court st Knox villa. t8pecisl attention given to collec tions. maj 30 ly ii v y t :-x-:-. :-v . .V., ?t .. i'HVitaaiWvw ' DK. DUNCAN'S' Blacfflerry Elixir ! Xa ture Great Iiemtdy for Dineaut ' I ; .and Affections of (he JJ&ieels. I , This spleudid snd unfailing medicine Is com pounded from Blackberry and ether Medical Roots snd Herbs, is therefore perfectly harmless. It is- pleassnt and tafe to tLe moat delicate stomrch It ia the meat speedy aud effectual medicine for the cnri of all forma ( IHarrcea, in children or adults. Cholera Morbus, Flnx, Dysentery! and the various Summer Complaints cf the Bowels, so prevalent among all chrsse dnring the Summer aeaaon. Only one bottle (Price. SO- cents,) la suf ficient t effect s cure. ..,-,,;t t it' DH: DUXCAN S CHILL TONIC. You need not Shake or Chill if you will use this Tonic. It never fails to stop the most aggravated forma of Chills and Fever if taken as directed, rn from three to seven days, when Quiniuo and all other medicines failed.. It will aUo, if faken reg ularly build and tome up the weak and debiliated system, snd above all, leaves no bad.eiTecti behind ae do ao many other preparations. . ; - ,! DR. DUNCAN'S . .'. ! Liver ; asi liliey; Me3icM; The great preventive and cure of all malarial dloeafex and a a are cure for all forma of Dyspep sia and Indigestion. It acts directly upon the li v.r nd all the secretory glanda of the stomach and bowels, It cures the diseases by removing the cause from the system that produces or brings on the diseases; henre, it is unsurpassed for the cur a of Constipation, 8our Stomach, Heartburn, Head ache, and all those symptoms Indicating the want of proper action of those glands aituated in the atomach and bowels. Two or three bottles of DH. DUNCAN'S LIVER AND KIDNEY MEDI CINE is positively recommended to relieve snd euro any of the above diseases If taken as directed Price, 75 cents. . DUNCAN'S WORM SYRUP. One bottle of this Syrup nill completely ' expel all species of Worms sod without injury to the child, ss it contains no Calomel or other injur ious substances. Again, it Is pleasant to the taate and acceptable to the stomach, aud therefore ad ministered without trouble. Price 25 cents . Spcrlock, Page& Co.;' Pros'., NASHVILLE, TE3IN. isr- For Choice? Family, Groceries OO TO W.M. WILMETH DEALER IS . Dry Goods, 7 Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c, ' Sole Agent for the Light-Running DAVIS SEWIHG MACHINE tw-Sewing Machine NEEDLES of all kinds, OIL, Ac, constantly on band. Highest market price paid for aU kinds of Country rrouuea. MAIN ST., MOItltlSTOWN.' TENN JaBSl-ly ' ' EE?--1 "xHi -A favorite prescription ol ou :., atoil noted and oceefnt si.f.rtaiisi i ' . now retired ilorll.cnrfcfi-r-M.7J-' -'.osi JfnA.Ad, fTraL nemm atid lrc- -, . ' J.lalntealed envcll'er. Dmjrlf!. . .- .. AdHrM DR. WARD K CO. t..V. , it ' " D. W..C. DAVIS, Watchmaker - and Jeweler, Kcvpi constantly ou hand a new and , - 8eloct Stock of ii" "'Jl urn II UlUj , ;a f Watches, Clocks, &c. k Main Street, Morristown, ' Tonn. Special atlontion given to repairing ot ail Kinus, ana sausiacuon 1. , : . ; t 'i-i si vfirwarp. . fiwfi rv J y 11 wx j . .- i 1 miirfintjin.l Oct. 4.U-82 ly. THE m FEND 11 TIB Strei are Alleta Meet!!! I REPRESENT NEARLY TWESTY-FOUR MIL U on Of Dollars of Insurance Assets, as foK "5 ' : .,. .. . ( -i . . :- The Continental of N. Y., Assets over - -' $4,500,000 The Traders, of Chicago Assets - - - 1,0S2,000 The North America of Phila., ' Assets - 8,95C,000 Th e iEtna of 1 1 artford Assets over - - . 9,000,000 rr"Safer InHurance than these Companies fire casMorbehad. For Ibese reasons I solicit yonr buslnes r J, C3. HODGES, put, f, 1323 ly. -. 1 Morristown " Boot ; and Shoe ,; Factory J. A. TOWWSEWD, Pro. i x ? t ;.,( M J - ilASUFACTUREQ OF,. - BOOTS ''I 1' ' - '''' 'a. If : -.' ', i i . - J OF ALL GRADED AND KINDS; tr He rises none but the best material and warrants every pair of Boots and Shoe he makes to be a PERFECT FIT and to give satisfaction. . , r , i , ; ; REPAIRING NEATLY DONE ON SIIOKT NOTICiE. Shop at Old Stand,,. - ' - MORRISTOWN TENN, maj283 ly . . r L I , W. L. E0QERS. ''' ' '.. . :iW.tC. PERRY. ROGERS & PERR Y :, ' WHOLESALE 4 ' ' ' L 1 qxtor ID e a 1 e r s . Sour' Mash Lincoln County Whiskey, Copper ; Dis -, tilled Corn, Rye and Bourbon Whiskies. jtT'ca" j-ir jajj ,vaAA J-w -jstui APPLE BRANDY n SPECIALTY.; tasii uusiomer tiui s.cj evict , . . r . :,. . t Quick Sales and Small Profits. f, 1 ? Thankful to our friends for their liberal patronag1 hopt Vllcy Will WUUtlUUu riWi ua r GAY STREET, : t v KNOXVILLE, TENN. Orders Solicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed. , "oct3?91y.. ? j t ' I i ' . - ' T'JJ V.T JG S S Bi.Si ; . Successors to ROG AN, KELLET & CO. ' ' i , , . i v MASUTACTURERS 01" i( MILL, . GEARING .OF.. EVERY'-" DESCRIPTION 'C .Circulai' Saw Mills, . , . , r ' - - 1 ! 4nd!2 t 0 Castings for up rigTit Saw MiZU and Carriages. 5 , a ; Steam1' Engines." Built " and . Repaired ''' ' ' HOLLO We W ARK'A SPKCI A LTY? s AND THE NICEST AND T ,; -.-i? BEST MADE IN THE SOUTH. "' a :lJ Fronts and- Grates of 1 all Sizes :i' ' ' Side'Hill Plows and 'Plow Castings, .Cane" Mills; " " Railroad Castings, Brass Castings, Door SHU, Window Sills, Sash Weights Columns, Street and Ventilating Unaestana puuaera uasungs.generwiy. . ' : ' ' AGENT FOK THE ' Eclipse Double Turbine Water-Wheel ' SllllutVs Lime Extracting Heaters, and jrudsou's Stand- : ard Governors for Steam Engines.- 1 OT-Castlngs of every description Bisde to order and Machinery of all kinds Repaired properlyaud I wtl . disaptch. We invite persons having any class of woi k to do in our line to give us a call, maris S. T.' Shields.: . .- '' - . . : r II. W. Shields. , - SHIELDS - BEOTHEES, " ? Representing the ONLY . CASH ' PIANO . MANUFACTORY-irTtn e? WorM. , Also the-Celebrated n - IP. Carpenter O xg" aix -Of-Brattleboro, ,Yt:,7 t , 71' , Which jouof the South will remtmber Wontlie lltgJiest Aitard over all itg competitors at the First International Exposition of the South, held in the city of Atlanta in 1881. ,:; , ,-? r !.-.-.. ; ' .. ' , . As we represeut the Mauufactory Direct, r . ' ' . (:he only party in the S uilt that does) saving , ; iJ . , . " ' saving wareroom expenses, suVagents' profits, , , etc., we will guarantee to '"' r u " , iSave at least Forty per cent. C" J J J To the purchsser in buying . a. "FIRST-CLASS '.. !t1jr- ,v. , . 7 JKaTTVrito for Circulars au4 Price-List before buying,, and wa will furnish you a Good Instrument and save you money, . Address, . . . .; SHIELDS BROS. , '.-J"' Joi-ristowri.Tciiii. HIRMINGLiAM, ALA., Box 585, ; , 7,. ' -; " !" ' ' : ": r" " Or JASPER, ALA. ... : ..:. July 16 Sal ; V. T. " IIOLLEY J. A. CJRAIG ' .'' ti M.'i-!V : ; v, f . - . :';.-...- .' ' 1 . V '::7'.':.''' ., MORRISTOWN, TENX. t f : 1 " i .'1 UNDERTAKERS - V. - -1LLIINDS OF FURNITURE -riv.Hi', 7'6 ;;.i';tvy. 7U(i',;' fi . J "Kockers," Bed Springs,. Chromos, Picture Frames, ! 1 .-l "fc. -'; : 1 lVJ.i.lnw rni.ni'nn llxnnl-At d r E7t.rders lar .nana-mane JC urniture solicited t. . 4 -:i ;; j PRICES and TJER3IS , : quoted on application.- .is.- i S37M OTTO Quick, Sales and Small Profits. Give us a Call, ' ;V7: MORRISTOWI, TENN., I Dealer iu and Manufacturer pf , t ti K : .- . ; Italian and AffleriMnMfeBle --'.t AND 1 ... , . v GRANITE MONUMENTS; HEADSTONES, Etc '"E'oncinc" Furniished tp Order, East, -Tennessee, Virginia and ' A Georgia Ka,ilroad . ; , T'I:M TABLE. 7 ;; In Effect December 30, 18S3. .(Ckstbai, Staxdakd Time.) Eastward. r ; ( Lr Chattanooga' Ar. ooltewahii. " Cleveland...! " Charleston.. -i Athens ' Sweetwater. " Loudon " Knoxville..;. I.V KnoxvUle... Ar Morristown; 44 Rogers v. 3 .. nrftPTiAvillA Juneeboro .. jj " Johnson's...! ". Bristol....'., l -No. 3(5. No. a. I Daily Ko: 4.' 12 10 12 48 1 40 3 69 2 44 3 17 3 43 4 60 5 00 6 38 7 28 8 16 9 14 9 34 10 30 p m. p tn. pjn. p m P HI . p m. p m . pm. p m, pm. P m, p m. pm. P iu. p ni. 7 40 8 12 9 00 9 27 10 00 10 28 .10 63 11 55 12 Oo 1 32 2 07 2 47 3 39 3 56 4 47 p. m p.m p. m p. ni p. m p. m p. m p. m a. ni a, m a. m a. m a. m a. m a. m Westward. V Tiriatiil ". Ar Johnson's. . . " Joueeboro. .. ' Greene villo . Eogersv. Jc.. " Morris town. Knoxville Lv Knoxville... Ar Loudon Sweetwater.. " Athens..... j Charleston... " Cleveland... " Ooltewuh.... Chattan ooga Ko. 35. Daily , No. 3. Daily No. 1. 11 15 12 06 12 24 1 1G 1 53 2 25 4 00 4 15 5 IT 5 41 6 10 6 48 7 40 8 09 8 45 p m. a m, a m. a m. a in. a in. a m . a m. 'a m. a in. a ra. a m. a m. a m. a m. 10 10 11 08 11 29 12 19 19 52 35 45 46 12 5 43 6 15 7 00 7 34 8 15 a m. a ra. a m. a ni. a m. a m, a m. a ta. p m. p m. p ru. p m. p m. p ta. P m; Ohio and North Carolina' Divisions. . Wkstwabd. Lv. Marm Spring si llorriatown Ar. Knoxville Lv. Knoxville , " Heiskell's Clinton " Coal Creek " Carey ville " Buckeye....... " K)k VaUey " Newcomb...... Ar. Jellico Daily No. 35. ' .11 50 a m . . 8 10pm 5 00 p m ,. 5 10 p m .. 5 47 p iu C 07 p m .. 6 58pm . . 7 23 p in . . 8 00 p m .. 8 10t m 9 05pm 9 20 p m Daily No. 37. 5 00 a m 5 35 a m 5 53 a m 6 20 a in 6 39 a m 7 01 a m 7 26 a ni 8 05 a m 8 15 a in ' East wabd. ' Lv. Jellico ' Newcomb. .. " Klk Valley..... " Buckeye . . . -.' Careyville Coal Creek " Clinton " HeiBkell's , Ar. Knoxville -Lv, Knoxville. i " Morristown,... Ar. Warm Springs . Daily . No. 36 5 Ml ra . 6 02 am . 6 2H a m ;-7 01 a m . 7 29 a m : 8 10 a m . 8 36 a m . 8 52 a in . 9 2.1am . II SO a m ll 50 a m , 2.5 p m Daily , No. 38. 6 45 p m 7 13 p m 7 30pm 800pm 8 25 p m 8 45 p m 9 13 p m 9 31 p m 10 10 p m ,. ; CONNECTIONS. , AT CHATTANOOGA with railroad lines diverg ing, making direct., close connection for all ?oiuts North-went, West and South-west. OOLTKWAH AND CLEVELAND with Georgia , Pivision for Atlanta and all points Sooth, SoutU , east aud South-wet. AT KNOXVILLE with Ohio Division aud Knox ville and Augusta railroad. .. AT JELLICO with Louisville aud Nashville Kit, t. for Louisviile aud Northwestern tjoiuta . AT MOliKISTOWN .with North Carolina Diviblon ' for Warm Springs, N. Cr, aud all Western aud . Middle North Carolina points -AT ROGEltBVILLE JUNCTION with Eogers- . tui aua oenersou rauroaa. AT JOHNSON'S with Kant Tennessee aud West ern Jtorth Carolina railroad. AT BRISTOL with Norfolk and Western railroad. connecting closelj for ajl Virsiuia aud Eastern . : Cities, via. Lynchburg aud alii Eastern, Middle , and Northern States points, via. Uoauoke and Shenandoah Valley Eoute. AT WABM bPRINOS with Western North Caro lina railroad for Asheville, Morgantoo, SUtes- . nue, tasDury ana an points in North Carolina, ,-' SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE. " ' ' Nps. 1 snd 2 have Leighton' sleeper,. between Memphis and Lynchburg. , . Nos. 3 and 4 have Pulbiian Palace Sleeping Cars between Chattanooga and New York, via. Shenan doah. Valley route: sIbo Pullman- Kleeuiuflr Oars between New Orleans and IMTsliiugton via. Atlan ta, uieveiana ana i,yncnourg. Also Pulixaau Palace Sleeping Cars betweeta Knoxville aud Louisville on Noa. 35 and 36. AIbo on Georgia Division have PtUlman Palace Sleeping Car through between. Chattanooga and 4acK8onviue, tia. - . Also on Alabama Division on Traius Nos. 1 and 2 have Sleeping CaiB between.- Cleveland aud Montgomery. - -, - s ' A; POPE, O. P.' k T. Agt. , Knoxville, Tenu F. K. HTJGER. Sup. . Knoxville. Tenn. ' JOSEPH OOTHARD, A: a. X. A., Knoxville, xeun. . ... uecao a tx iMorristown Gazette BOOK! JOB OFFICE " ' Morristown, Tennessee. IS NOW .COMPLETE IN- E ve r y t) ep .art m cut We are prepared, to execute promptly every ; cription of Plain and Ornamental JogPrmting) PAMPHLETS, ,c ,.; poeaxa . Si hi, W S HANDBELLS, '.; v' ..' ! : BILLHEADS,1 CIRCULARS . LETTERHEADS,, . CARDS, TAOS, ' ENVELOPES, TICKETS, 4c, &o. ' - 'I K -r - ' : I ' IN r-- f. ; " i t- ;. i . ' ? : ! .. GOOD, ,; S,T Y L E ..'': -1 ,- . i if; - f AND AT. ? i-" l j REASONABLE PRICES' l '.-hi ' itw t;ii - sj-'.,- ; 4,1 t-"-i... 1 si.rj.I "-? ; :? . " ; :! -!r:-Z -'x u :: ! !'-': ; j ' -WE j DEPY ; : . .' .?'! r " !" : ; C 0 M P E T I :T 10 N L Cr SHEPARD, UNDERTAKER, " ' ;;?f ' . . - . Knoxville, Tenn SVRY DESCRIPTION OF i Metalic Casketsand Cases, Wood Casicti and Coffins of every Grade and price, ready foj use. Orders by Telegraph will receive person al and prompt attention Terms satisfactory. L HATTIE 'HOUSE.' ' ' ' avaflawstati It is Located in the Exact Busines Center of KnoxTille, Tennessee, One Square from the Post Office, Cms , torn House, Banlcs, and in the immediate vicinity of all the . Principal Wholesale and Retail Stores. JTElf" TllJlOVqUOVT. Furniture, etc., Electric Annunciator, Gas, Wide Halls, and Vie Ventilation u No. 1 and No Mistake. THE TABLES SUPPLIED with the best the market affords. . Choice Sample Rooms for Coiuuu-rciaiTvavel lors on first floor if desired. r "Special ratoa to Merchants and Commercial Travelers. Porters always at the train. Omnibus free. J. C. FLANDERS. . . July 21, '80 ly PliOPlUETUS. If You are Going WEST, ' NORTHWEST, v . or. SOUTH WEST, :.mvs m ixir; I3E STJXJE till. AND.. ,',".;S'- 1 , .. 1 ' .-Ii ! . V. Quality;.-; '-6f Wdrki Wegnarantee to render kntibr iatisfachon in every particular, and will execute all ordurs for ; Job Printing promptly. Remember, thut j we do work just as nkit and as micx ' as it can be done at Knoxville, or i ' ! anywhere else, and at prices. ?' t Equal to the very Lowest 1 Send your orders to Oacbttk, Morristown, Teun All letters on business, or of a special characte should, to receive prompt atteotion, b addressed i ! PUUtlSBER GAZETIJ3, ;;' YOUR TICKETS READ VIA THE L, I. S Si. I. Railway, The First-Class and Emigrant Passenger's FAVDEITE. ; ; . Albeiit B. Wben.v, P. A.; Ai'. uiia, Ga. ! W'. L. DAKiEr, 0. P. &, T. A ., Nathrtlle, Teun . W. T. RoCEna, P. A.', Chatl.tnooga, Tonn VIRGINIA MIDLAND BAIL WAY Oil and after Sunday, UTay 11, 188-1, Passenger trains will run as follows: BOUND. MAIL. J EXPRESS LOU. EX. Washington (Lv.) 8 40 a. in. i 10.40 p.m. 5.10 p.iu Alexauilria, 3.05 " 11. Oo " 5.y." " OordonBvillc(ar .) 12.40 p. ra 'J.45 Charlottesville, 1.15 " 2.35 a.ui !.50 Lynchburg ar.) 3.50 " 4.55 " Danville, 0.51 " 7. Si " North Dauville, 0.55 " 7.U5 " NOETH BOUND. Traia 51.Tralu C3. jTralu t . MAIL. EXPItESS.LOU. EX North Danville(le) 10 35a. mil2.2()4i.iu. Danville, 10.37 " 1 12.22 " Lynchburg, (le.) 1.2ip. ni. 2.40am Charlottosville, 4.30 " 4.6. ' 5.5 p.ni. Gordons villo, 5.i'0 " Alexandria, (ar.) 8.55 " 8.55 " 9.95 " Washington, I U .20 " U.20 " 'J 5J " Mail trains South bound, connects at Chariot teoville, witff Chesapeake Riid Jhio It. W. East West; at Lyuehburg, with Norfolk aud WckUtu Jt. ll , through South went Virginia to Nashille, Kiw OrU-aus, Memphis, Little Kock aud Texas, uud at Danville with Uichiuoud aud Dauville liailroad, to Honth and Southwest. Mail train North bouud, connects at Lynchburg with the R. & A. R. W. for Lexington aud Nat ural Bridge, and at Charlottesville with C. & O. it. W, for stauutou, Cliitt.11 1'orge and iute. medi ate points. Express trains South bound, connect at Char lottesville with O. & O. R.W. for the West aud at Danville with R. &D. 11. V.f for all points ia South, Southeast, Southwest, aud East. E press traius north bouud connect at Charlot tesville with C; tc O. K. W for Itichmoud, Stauu ton, White Sulphur, Cbsrleslon and liuntii.glou. Eor Fairfax C, II. daily coxiuo.'tious at Fairfax station. Trains 50, 51 and 54 connect to and from WAR. REN TON daily, aud train 03 daily, except Sunday, to and frutn Warrentou. .4 FRANKLIN DIVISION, daily, except Sunday, leave Rocky Mount 70 a. in ., ai-rlviiis? at Frank lin Junction 11:15 a. ni. Leave Franklin Junc tion 6:10 p. m., arrive at Rocky Mount 10:00 p. 111., making close oounectiun at Franxliu Junction with mail traius 50 and bl, also with local freight trains to Lynchburg cud Danville. MIXED TRAINS, have Alexandria daily, ex cept Sunday, 4:00 aud 10.20 a. ni,, and 11:55 p. ni., returning arrive at Alesandna 7. a. ni., anil 3:00 and l'o:Jop. m.. Mixed train leaves Alexandria daily 4:30 p. la. lluturuinj,', arrives at Alexandria 3;30a. m. n. 1 . . . .. MANASSAS DIVISION, daily, except Sunday: Leave Washington 8:35 a. ; Alexandria 9 0. a. ni., arriving at Stranbui-g 1:10 p. ni., count-tug with the Valley Road Eatt aud W est, and at River with Shen. Val. R. R. for Louray ami Vayues. bore. Returning, leave StrasburtJ 2:00 p iu , arriving at Alexandria 6:25 p. m. end Washiu( ton 7:10-p. m. MIXED TRAINS leave 'Alexandria daily, ex cept Sunday, 4:41 a, m., striving ut strasburs- 3: 30 p.iu lteturning, leave Strasburg 5:0(1 a. in., arriving a Alexandria 2:50 p. in. Ieiirn Manas sas 10:55 a m. daily excei t, Suuday, iki-riving ut Strasburg 4.U0 p. m ; returniUfj, leave Slrai-lmi u; C:(K) p, in daily except Saturday, arriving at Mau asaas 11:55 a. iu. j- For Middleburg, counectiou at Plains station. K For-Upperville, cornectiim at Leluplane. l'ulliuuu sleeping Cam b twa n New Vork au4 Atlanta ' on Mail trains, 1.1 lth ami south bound without change ony ons change of cam be tween New York and New Orleans. -New Orleans Sleeping Car It.rive Wafhingtca 8:35 a'. m., running through wlthuut change - :' i Pullman Sleeping Oars lielwem Wahiugtou and Ancasta. Ou , witbnut el.atue on 10-H5 p. in.' train, via Greensboro Chai lottnaud Columbia' Solid t ruins with Pr.Uiiiau Palace Cars aMackea run througl. betneeii Washington ai.S Louisvillo, via Staunton aud Wliito Sulphur, daily, . All trains make good conueutlous. at .Washins- ton, to and from North snd West, , lurongh tickets at lowest rates to all important points iu the United States. ' I. 8. B. THOMPSON, Assistant General Passenger Agent. W. M. S. DUNN, Eug aud Supt. o:t ai How . Lost, How Restored! Just published, a new edition of DR. CUL- VERWi.LL'8 CELEBRATED ESSAY ou the radi cal cure of Spermatorrhoea or scmiual Weakness Involuntary S0min.1l Lcbsph Impotenry, Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impediment to Marri age, eto : also, Coneuuiptiou, . .Epilepsy and fits, induced by self indulgence, or -xual eitrava. gance, 4c. The celebrated author, iu this admlrsblo essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty yeara' success ful practice, thnt the alarming eonfciiuencea of siii'-abose may be radically cured ; pointing out a mode of cure at oneo simple, certain, aud effectu al, by means of which every sufferer, ' no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately and radically ' MXhis lecture should be iu tho haatds of every youth aud every mau In t lie land. Scut under saal in a plain envelope, to suy ad dt'0-s, on receipt of four ctuU. or two postage stamps. JkddrefcSw - . -. ' Tlie(Culverwcll fllcdicsil Co. 41 Ann St., 'Now Yrk, N. Y. rtst offlM cox, isa. ... io-t. 10, t. . OPEN FOR Tlli SEASON, KEUN'S ICE CUE AM II ALL,- at Knoxville, is now opeu for Ihe soason. Parties and families alon the lino of railroad can be supplied with Ice Cream, Cakes, &c., at aoy time on shortest no tice. PETKtt ICEUN.