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Cs.lll'-SillR tin: link ttS ilK lililVK v'lw')'! Ami Mimilil thpolilonk (all, I'tvIrkiHi Imil -IHIlf l-'i.lnlly tli Ivy wlU din.' tn it still: Triliiiiu; it tciulriUi ahuii? Hie prone form Whi-iv tilt It lino lirikvVil tin: (UiiiIIkIiI uhI plorm. Woman lko Ivy, nltta'tluti will wroutlin, Anil to hi;r hen rt' Mol ilovoti.-iUy cli-avo; With Konsttincy cllu vliiu sorrow, okhuII, .. Ami hoard tho nulo Hhoek of ail vomit y Kitto: Contounxt would ilwi'll with hor lov'B ono for- evor, y ' -, If fatn's criii'l knltu life's rliOnlH did not svvor. ''AiktiHati Triiwllvr. " ' A"" "" A Mouiiinlu -!lrl. Wrltton for Tun Cojikt. A pun picture of it mountain girl limy interest tho home re.iitkirs of Thk Comkt. Otic lnilf of tho world floCs not know how tho other half live ; and tho ladies of Tim Commt do not know how their cousin who liven ih i "cave" on the nteep 'side of 'somt mountain or knoh passes nwny her time. -:v(itrr,,,H She. in horn in u log 'hut "wnich is lighted hy the open door in tho day time, and hy the hlaziug fire on win tor night. ' Cracks in the iloor.r.'thc walls, the , eoiljng: and, a hole, wit through the wall beside :ju Mitunry r .t.,..i.. If :t.. rni . .. i.i.. : i ooiiifio oii"my ui iiir.. 4 no. nun con tains hut one room and a. loft ahovo it, mi i , 'it . i i i no attic room in iionreu wit ii loop hoards and has one or two hods spread on them, i he lower room has two IxMlslumln iij th'-Tpr cornel of fttit ro)intw.Ub.4Q.il'U,flrjj'twe(-uJ tliem. Perhaps a third hod stand on one side oi Ine open fireplace. The) tiihlo stands in the middle of the room. Four split hottomod chairs are ranged iihoot the chimney in the winter and about tho door in tho sLmiirtir. The "lmker" (an iron pot with a lid with n rim around it to hold lire coals) the frying pan and the codec pot slmids on the hearth for half an hour he fore each meal, and cook the breakfast din 'nor ami flipper of codec, fried niojit and biscuit. The reft of tho rooking Vtwieln It igel.iici' vii.h the. table, dishes are on thehelf between the y replace and the door. Tho clothing of the family is kept in chests that arc plac ed under the beds. On tho lofty "fire hoard" or mantle pieco nre tire orna mental posession of the household, the canned peaches, and the lytho graphed pictures taken fron'scod cat- ' alogues placed inside of empty glass jars. If the family is well to do a pile of quilts four foot high stands in me corner. The washstand is a post out Bide, of tho door holding a tin wash pan. A towel hangs by the door and a comb is placed near a small looking glass on the wall. A few hundred feet from the house is the spring. A rail fence matches tho house. The garden is fenced with split pickets. The view from the front door embraces several f. fields and is hounded by tho dark. woods of tho "knobs" on tho opposite side of the road and branch. .Such is cnh nvtlwHwnmiit tin1 end" "f the house.;, Hho also weaves the rng env- tH't tor.tliu lirtor (it hoc f yer has one) and the WrollcJi covcrlcr for tho beds. hM litllt: lffisnro she pieces nod ipiilts patchwork. Iter husband is idle more than half his time, but. she is always busy. Ifo never works very. hard except in harvest, and ho lounges about .the houso instill the rainy and cold weather, but sho never huS time to rest. Ho looks eloui and hefllthy, hnt she looks paid, thinjover worked. Tllo only luxury" she Allows herself, a box of snutr or a bag of smoking tobaco, does not niM to her looks, Hlio never dreams of being a companion to Jicr husband or an in- Ktructor of her childvS. Tho courti- cies common elsewhere to which her volley and lowland sisters are do ac ns to accent, without SIm l'jntci t-a IVnIU."" ' "I'm rfibngVity fkeiied this' thiiig'll run nwav nn no mo cnuso o ouv death."," SgStptcdly spvkV thu nervous old wyinan, us she' trembljngVy took her seat ii tho, car and lintened in a terrified manner to tho hiss ' find" iki of tho air brakes. After1 a few miles of travol she bocano a littlo more would probably havo enjoyed herself immensely if tho train had not stop ped nt a water tank very suddenly. J "Oh, Lordy! mister," nho soreamqd, "what's tho matter?" : cuilt,aiud notecing them, would- greatly Jfnv harass the mountain girl. ... Johnson City, Term,, DEALEIiB IN moved herttelf ' ; : GcneraOIcrclmiidise. Unspi'MtiiiM ri y rhvsicians ''tircBcrintions carefully "Nothing," answered tho cundimtor, wmiou,ui9a. by. Dr. Hasli at ull.hours. the birthplace of our heroine. . Her .earliest memory will bo of her cradle, made of six unpaiiited boards. If she has a kind father she will have a littlo split bottomed chair as goon as nlie can Kit. She will early learn that it is useless for her to cry as her moth er is too busy to pay attention to her. Rho will also learn to annuo herself, She will find her own toys. If nho has one doll in all her girlhood she will be unusually fortunate. None will trouble themselves to furnish her , playthings. Her best dress, - if hr mother can provide her stoe goods, will very likely bp made of yellow cal ico. At five years of ago she will havo pantolets and an apron mado of homespun jersey. At ten she will make her - last ehango of cctume. She will havt; a long doss without t waist reaching to ,hor' heels, ajyl : f sunbonnet. , In summer the dross "is made of calico, in winter of homespun She will nave one pair of shoes each winter to go to school. At tho dis trict school she is a bettor anT" more successful student than hej mol.herji. Sho will learn to read a littlo (enough to, roit-: lior jTostainent "'pcrh jip$) to ' write a letter and to ciidier less. She will Attend undnysclioof about every other Rummer from harvest till the big campmcctinuis are hold ; ' for the campm'cctingR will take all tho tcacli ers away, and dissolve tho pehool When there is an appointment In her neighborhood, if Ue weather is good, and the preacher comes, she will hoar a sermon perhaps six or eight times a year. ' She w ill attend campmeening in August or September and will "get religion" and give her heart to the preacner when sho is ' eighteen or twenty. During all these years;sho has learn ed very thoroughly another lesson, that she is only a girl. She will keep tho flies off tho table while her broth er eats, and will afterwards eat her dinner off of his soiled plates. Sho will lifivcr ixjiect io.vCi ut'tinAifttt ta ble. When she is a young woman sd)0 'Will go bnrefotel,rxeep(i vheir'igmrfg to church, while hor In-other wears his boots all the time. Her husband will wear boots all the year, whilo his wife will go barefoot all summer. She will, when married, wait upon her husband as a servant. She will have to hunt for ' wood, especially in puminer time, drag it down .tho hillside and break it up with a dull axe before she cooks. Sho milks and churns and cares for the milk and butter. , She brings the water up from the Spring. She does all tho gardening and some times helps in the harvest field. When tho wool is not trailed off for yarn sho cards and spins it. She al ways weaves the cloth needed in the - 11 oil 1mo1 In I'olltlcN. A pretty girl of Clifton was talking polities to her bent young man the other night, and ho was rather sur prised. ' "Why,; Tifyry," h aid, "do ' you read (she piusi&riTifrtttical newst" ; "Oh.yrsiiiia.-'ljpjjt doto u4t. l!m getting to bo thoroughly posted." "Who's going to lie the Democratic nominee for President, do you think?" "I couldn't say positively, but I en .Say i't,jf.Ofiu istffu3Jri! repte numteU oiv-iikc liikt, thU!noer4ta needn't think thrv can carry the State by giving Cleveland first place." .;"Wliy.no't?" "' : ". -' "." '-- "Bccauau Cincinnati ..Bh&uld .liave it, of coursof.fir it is saiiuoh larger and vyealthiej and morr; influential Mb An Cleveland:' ' I beLdntf think" his Cleveland boom is a Standard Oil scheme, because that is their hoad- oi1:lvf,-r " The yohiiginan.lauk.e (fCTthJ feirl ui iuuav.fcmont.s Hn-Said wmiotliing tibnii:"a.ninr1ifi !ttl'-1iis 'gl6ry:not icing arrayed like one of tlu'so. A Wussietlioii for ScuttNtN.' ( Dentist "Ah! goodmorning, sir.. You wish another tooth extracted, jl suppose,' i Sufferer "Yes, It is just lis bad as the other one." i "Take a seat, sir."" '' ; "But yon forgot to call your daugh ter." I.., . ;v . . .4.,- ! , i 1 "My daughter!" , ,, ' ; "Yes ; she played tho piano in the adjoining room the last time you pull ed one of my teeth, and that is why I camo back to you instead of going to a nearer dentist. I thought it was a regular thing." "It was a mero accident but do you mean to say that you would like to have her play again while I am., op erating ?'.' . - 'If 1 "'.TiT , "Of course." J "Does her music easo tljejain?".j - "Y'es. Rtjl3n! brings (ojctfulnes of a lHlo uinictTOn bo rflTicn as a creai- sr one." ' "they havo just stopped to get on wa ter "(let on water," she shrickcdw"laud sakos, man, you don't mean to tuy they are gwino tor put tois big bulk ing thing. on; water? Oh, .the . lyin'J rascals ; they tole afore we lef . that thar was not bin' but rails tor', run on, an' now In lessen five miles yo've stop-'!JV!tu EjW, lu.?". ," ' K" wHoif.KaAIfp,I)EAI.E!W IS .,',.. Couiitry Produce:! nod to get on water. Let ' mc1 outon here ; I'm gwinc ter walk.", . We -often wonder at tho largo num- 4 ber of -hooks-Tublishcd nt "thifrrlaj' We rarely ever think o the number unpublished. A single firm reports the rejection of 150 manuscript works of fiction, i i ; .-, Went Miln Htrpot, ? Bclntol, Twinoiwoo. AIro Iti oonnootlon with tho above, we nro Jollier's mid luuufacturer'a ARfHls, ntid tlon- (CorrcsiHmdi-ucfe SoIkHtwI.)'-" ' Addross, 1. 0. Hox. 307. l:.. ; ,;'! ;;J(:BY:)- 1 tfrl? "i ! A ttJitAt lni UEffL ...... (3 'fll fa n m I hi Q kSCS&SsQ MILLKJAN COIXECE, j . -i. . - y.i. ui ;:r i -i TENN Fine( Card rhotographs' $1.50' ' to if'i.OO p'er half dozen. Cabinet' Size .150 Ui WW per half dozen. I'liiiel Size .$3.50 per half dozen..' ' ' ." - Three em rictures for fifty .rents and one given away' from same. face. We cannot bo beat on enlarging old pictures.;' Bend for: special rates for UvMw.psw'i, eoying-Vmb-Twurcs.-' Oan-frtnuah "i-w.i-u.,ijk Sordini 1!. UUly. IHitfTJ, Or",r.l rtpV-i-.. MiiHoi-rtin-R. hmht'tllr ni.il ?T rri -If A -t'cn; i-uite tiiitr.-ient: sUi: bii.I tuto Foreign tifcrutur,. ,S(&noo md Art. ' Ti lSi 10th, YEAR.', ', " " The R,i'.(.t Maoazine rciraduoiw Irom fnr- lirn iu'rioiiii-iils nil those lulii-li-s !i i - ii nro v.ii- ttlile to AiJii-ru-iui rc-uitcitt. us tieulol wjktUoii tjT()' Vlh(:i('itii thti " k':ivji)i( Kuroliijr, HttvioS'ts, ' i.iL'ailius. iin-l JuUi'loilK. inc iu:M-llii'r In tills way, lh n ronipiict form, tii-j work ul the Hlilcst writurs In thu Horhl. I In iiIhh-mi- ludeM Sciedt'e, l-.ssnys, lU-vitws, SRci. hoi;. Tr.-iV- els, I'oetry. Hhort Stories, etc., vt:. The tollouiii),' lislH cimiprisu tho prlntdrutl pi flodieiilfl front which BeU-ctiuna ro liiaito mid tho nninos of Komo tit tho lpiuMng wri'xlii wijo 3omU llilUngjK'. Ciuido to lleultli Never run into debt if you can find anything else to run into. Bo honest if you eaii ; if you can't be honest pray for help. ' i Marry yung, and if you mako a hit keep cool and don't brag about it lie kind to your mother-in-law, ami, if necessary, pay , liej bOant 'irf hoiuo good hotel. Pathe thoroly once a week in soft wpter and kasteel soap and avoid tite butes. .- a V, Exercise in open air, but don't saw wAodTinlil you are obliged to. Laff everv titim vou . feel tackled andlalf anuo ih a xtiM enrivluiW. Eat iasfi' WfiHjii jd'aySj iind be thankfiHf i -yduhW' tbsbuVyou'r eyes to do it. ' Hold the baby half the time, and al Ways start the tire in tho morning and put on the teakettle, - vT- --Don?t jaHck--it pr6vts -thnt -you are ns rng tt phool as theotrrorrilre11(, ; Noner bofrow what yoil are abld3tc a good deaj. farther in a day than you Kan run, 'Don't swear ; ft may convince ' you but it is sure not to convince others.; If you have dawters, let your "wife br'yig thorn up ; if sho has. common sense,1 sue kan beat all your theories. Don't drink too much new cider and, however mean you niayibe, don' abuse a kow. Luv and respect your wifeennyway it is a good deal cheaper than to bo all the time wishing she was somehow different . '. I'KKIOPICAIA Quarterly Ruviow, lint. 'ior-rlerlT Ilevlow Ktllrburh Ueview, -, Wi;.ti'nl:l!-r Iter low. t.'mitetm (i.-nry lie view, Kt rt!ii:;hliy Ilevlow, Tile Ninet;"t;th Cent y. roii'ini neii nep KeTeV ltlaftk Vi-ooit'j'. Maiin.LDU Coruhill .Mm'HziiH-. Macniilliin'ii MHJtii.ino, Lon(mn' Miuriizino, New (uiir. MiiKftitttj. Xcinplu Bur,- j llel((rttvlii, Gok1 Worchi, liOinloii Society, SittirKluy he.view. The Hpeetntor, i ne Aeatiomy ImimrlinK'Tnluhlc I u format ion "japa, n-siceii a little hoy, "a man who Steals a loaf of broad is a thcif, is he not?" ' ' "' 1 t'''"1 ""Yes, n dastardly thlnf."'- ' '' "1 a man who st eals $100,000 a thcif too? ; ' ' "Well, no, my boy, scarcely: De faulter, 1 think, is the moro appropri ate." -" ' ' "And .what U, he, i$o4 whoji he steals a. $1,000,000?" : ' ; "There is no suchUhiiig as "stealiug $1,000,H"IO, my son. It is termed 'di verting.' When a gentleman diverts -$1,000,000 he is soken of as a finan cier." in An AumiIu Ic Cream Saloon "O, if you only kne.w how much love you?" , "Well, suppose I did, what then?" "You you uuld order some more ice cream." Ttxa Sifting. tn i? i f-.nH i .i i ! vww. rn ami llfTjf I roD.r-i.-n. n-.MninVf T.vitfil. CnM or Hlc fi-rjislof .-luvti-itiito fii-nrum-ir,-.! vthnm (l-tilrms trrftliiiintbymiu. a i-rmi MiTirf-tav-ffy,M R nftarfiltnultl NtM thflr atldrMu. VL- .l li-iiiiv liiiirltln-i l ll.i-lr -l.ii:.f. Illimita Iriin.V I. JuTvirii f , frlHi't n4 rkjiMw In fWn unes forJ snes of pictures. Address J. A. CARGTLLE, ; Johnson City, Tenn. ,ri..,fci.;;i1Y.PIiR,! - FASHIONABLE OLD DOMINION HAIIiS, OLIVEE, CHILLED PLOWS, TAINTS, OILS, GLA8H, TUTTY, 1I0KSE AND MULE SHOES, lIOUSKrtllOM NAIIA tMEVEl'Wll'3 '' ' ' . - TOOLB, 8ARII AND BUN DP, RIFLE AND BLAhiTlNO I'OWDEB, flTHAW KNIVFii tk r " ", ft v t - i t. V f M'ji v'rf'h TMBiriTif-nriiTiiiiiiili-tMn i f-rf" i " llTl 1 COFFEE, BUOARS, TEAR, SOAPS, SODA, TOBAC(K), CIGARS, RICE, SYRCP AO. ..'-'' !.-.;rl , - , ' KVmtiirt iiiiJ bnl JOHNSON CITY, ITulTN. , ESiML W. P. lirewer, J. K. llrewer, IVES tCmWARE, ? i ITtfV7A HIl'UjJaGES. mamRi n i"K WEStb I 'MOT lMTILM'EI). nJL L.JmJL -JL ma SOT (.'UEMH'AU , : MANUFACTURED FROM:) PURE WHITE LEAD, OXIDE OF ZINC, AND LINSEED OIL. ' Being two-thirds Lead and one-third Zinc, which combination secures them from the possible of that corrosion which is now common in some makes of load. i ' . ; : . - , GUARANTEE. We Kimriii'.tcc our Htmiilnrfl Kemly Mixed I'uiiit to be a comliinntimi of I'ure White Ltiul, Oxide of Zinc anil Cure I.lnsocil Oil, and to contain no H(liilU riti(f-i wliau-ver.. If in nay ItnOiuiee, nfu-r lieint? aiji!ied iweordini,' ti direetions, our StHiulurd Heady Mixed 1'ulntn fall to pivo cntirn Mtla- Iiieuoii, u nrrcny agroo u loneii mo cost 01 aiipij niK ana ino vaiue oi ine i itinu Tlu Atheiircuin,' -' Maiuro, Kiy)Wle,fli(!i tJc., Otfl. The nim'tiflhr V.n.WTir, is to be fiisii'wc'Ji' -Al-TKOIta ?iMcF13 Water! i Hnn. W. K. GUd'-tir.e, Al'red Tciiiiy -on, l-rrfeBsor Huxley, , Kit Ji. .. rrw-Uir, 1'. . .1. N. l.wkyiT, K. R. S. 1'r. W. Ii. I arneiiicr, : K. M. T lor, I'roft Mas Midler, : l'rnfefxor Owen, M.ittliewAnil.id. 1 E. A. I'-riVlrmli, II. ('. I.. JmiH'S Antlion'y i'mude Toonrnn H,twh,w i William Iilaek, " Mm. 01iihant, ) M ins Thackeray, 1'ardiiiul Ncwuuui, j Cardinal Maiming, Thomaii Hardy, W. H. Mullock,.' i Kmlle Ijilxmlayo, ' ItSiiri XaliKvHlid uUu V. J 1 2 ' "T"(") N 1 ' K. Cures IiiIUvuhj.I ntrl ti'veftk I'.vei In V:fcrftuix. lilV'tfl NO TAIN'. Th bk i ii::mkiiy 1ifth orld for jirlunil.-itcd liiit eriec liecntrr-Htlo. Asii-InHt. Ilmv no ollet ' ' w i- -T- oTrKEY. Proprietor, i l'f-4 HANintiFFi uE lor liio halr.l liitniol Ten 3. II. Fowbi i.. l'rus. K. M. KliliA. foc. TRTTreiia. KlimviJle. Tt!iT"7 fcnowUle, Tenn. nut tnthttUnnuL uiul it rummnwln Itudvurtirulnriij address to rtur cut oj tiiiriUfinu n uucm tfiuj ittmve vi fl anreanjcn we tnu ueetutu proyn uj tn unci I Willi Hie ureirt liiereaite nf iu:ht litemtnra. it fc I liilHirlaut tint fvory fiuuily uud tvury nLirarj- iiioiuu iujiusu noint! i;iki ujjU u-i i;t soiiuinit.. i-m-h readins iu'farliifliu'd by tliu Kd.Ri-fic.1" I The Eei.KfrrliieoinprlHes'ncn'yJiir two lnw olumes of or 11W iiwj. Kaeli'iif tlu-su vol umes cimtaijiB a (iiig i,lel,tlVi;rui:ii i permit uent Willie. - TERMS. SiUKli) copies,. 45 eentK; ono ropijJ one year, fr;'nveeoiies, 11. TriKl.iir)W'f1pUiili nir niree mourns. i. i he !;( l.l.i Tic ana anv fl tpaffaxtnct.nr)ct arldrrm, ff. .., , ,.; j li. H. J'KIl'ON; i'ulrtinher, i '& Bqnd Ptreet,JHo Vijrl. LJJo!mi6n Citv REAL JESTJATE CO.i OFFER for ale tho most ddi ruble nrooertv i5tow4i. on easy terms. This projieitT is in close prpxnnily to the depots ttiVl Imiiness part td the town. For lairfic'uLirs, call on or W. J. JOHNSTON, Atfbnt. Jihnson Citv, Tenn. IB I "tii .vt 1 MauufaetnreWof ' ' ' ' " .... - : j !i-.ii'-.-:. vAivf all knilfl of Marliie AVorlc lot The Arkansas Travelers (A . 0"Write for designs and prices. ; No. 150 Eroad Street, ' - ', TENN. 'fho lnoit refined and most popular of ill 'Ui ' - " humorous lournaln. '' ". 1 '' Eight Pages, rorty-Eigit ,- Colnin? KN0XVILLE Of tho choicest Original 'and Heloctod niirtici' I,"jrjce, $S.O0 tt Year, mt-VaU 'i-L '.' ' id iiNV JiuOnmm ; By nW.in) arrpiiscmcni with'HW publisher F " If IV of thla paper, Tug Arkanraw Tkavei.rr will hi fr-A jf r ...... ...vu nun ihd,v,.ivi aw. T-."', UlUD ttllWHJ I j F .-"'.-11.; ing an opportunity to ftecuto both papers for llt tie more than tho price of lone. - TIiIh Is a rar offer.. TVc advalitaKO of it at ftneo. Faniple copion of The Aukansaw Travki.kr- will- be mailed on apjillimtlon. ' :' fjfti ulso furnish tho two largo and.dploni did Colored KiwovIuk"" " ? T ""i I . "The Abkanhav TnAVKi-Eit" . i ' and' 'Th Ti'nh :of tub IvwJ' ' Whleh.topetiier with tho 'ofiRlnal story of the ArkannaW Traveler," as told by Colonel "San dy'1 Faulkner, will be mulled to any address tm receipt of 40 els.; postngo stamps taken. These pictures arc not given as premiums, but ure. mulled, post paid, only on receipt of price. Address RFAD & BEXHAM, Publishers, ' . . Little Roety Arte.. 1 urn if 8.1 A (illAND COMBINATION. '84 THE COMET . - . AND THE LOUISVILLE ' ' WEEKLY. COUHIEK-JOURNAI, ' Ono year for only $2,2T. Two papers for .littlo more tnan the price of oue. - By pyim ns $2,25 yon wffl receive for ono year your mime paper witn me (. oiatiuit-Jortt- nai, me ri-presoniMiive newspaper of loo South, Iiemocratie and fin-a Tariff lor Hcvunnn onlv and the best, brishtesl and ablest family wetkiy in the I'nited State. Those who desire to ex amine a sample copy of U)0 COUllIKU-JollltNAI. can uo so nt lias omcc. THE JUDGE. An illustrated comic newspaper full of fun, sarcasm and ability. Subscribe ngw, for the, earn p;Ugn. Sixteen ima ges weekly. u.5.0U one year, 2i"0' six months, single copies 10 cents. Ask your newsdealer for it. J THE JUDGE, , 32d Tjjakl St., Nt. Y. Thlfl hnndsomo frtylt M.,.ihit,n faf . , t - ; :l f - (310-iiot send ofl.jor . i ' "JourSeviing Machine), & but to lOXVIUJS."-.'V, Tkn , lie ls'fckddgtlartrjrs. HAEEIS'i 4 i M '?f ESj-TaKtml fnr oV-f ti irom ytutnrm imiiior 4 tljui, too fr je iDiulgu Dot tcmporUt vl:H nidb wai:-nir:i mrn ia yoitr uri -ttt, Avoid I'clng lr.i-xtoml vn- bf fwtcntloH piim (4 o' licr mmcvl ic for them troiibifi (let ait Pa-a iiKti ' X..HTH iDiniri:mt facU Kf-., it'iiii' HoijUicbV l0'.vbori, ''Ifcfco'ammNlT si-itiiUrtyr-jil thouMin-l aut !oti not In- nBw cr citusti );tt;Q or iucwi ntiHo -fieilit;! -irtti-sliiloi, iiowinn in luvor ft'o-i rtiiu tion. Mi r-.?t ai.piK--..'li m w th ci;.aitusQ'eriii vi'.notii ;!il; VI 4 up kivm- HA' r mmr .1 unit fiiin HWSDV CO.fM'P? ChemlsH, a-o. WEST i Without first writing or calling upon the undersigned, who will send vnU MAI'S, GUIDES and RATES, and will, when you are ready to start, meet you and sect eh yot'r tickkt check Yont baooagk, and render vou valua hie a-ssistance keek of ciiakoe. 0. E. 0SB0P.N, Gon'l. Emigrant Agent. P. 0. Sox, 23. Jolinsou City, Tonn FflR SALE ONLY BY HUNT & LIDE I ; 'm mi THBOELYtaOB l i-, r l fS 8. iW-W fit FACTS READ!Q 2 tr, Sab's b-aa tt It will w.rlfy ami eirl"'j Ij';u SHOOn, rvr-'ulute Vm LIVER an.l Kia'JEYS, au.l Stsf.R tim liKAi'i'il and VIQ-Jiiiif TOIJTH! In till llmsn. JUi.iKts rciiuii ii-K xcerLilii and fcaieloiilTolsIC ciiimulnliv llyhppnlu.VAiit of Apj.c uie.lii'UKv- 11. 'It, l.at'K Ol olt.i)HKOI, eic., lia i-u i ii-ii Willi iiuisiedi.Ltu nail wonduiTid rmilltfi. fioni-n, mil .f n-i lu-rven Mieylvu new furco. JCiiUveaa tiiu mlii't aim aniinllos I'raln 1'uwor. H A lf 1 F O sulI.'rit'K iroin ail rCNiVilaniltl Li L tJ 1 ti 3 pm-iillar to llitlr Bex lll mid in DR. H RTEit U IllOM 3.iM(lU a taf ami s.i-uy cure, it lvi-s a i-li'nr mi'l liaaitliy c'in,plu.liii. . Tlio stronj'eitt tllmHy l tliu thIhb oi Da. IIakttu's Ihum Tonii: is ili.it f i! i i-1 1 1 alteiniits at cuiinikrhitliiitliave only willed t" Hi -vopiil-ir-Uj m the oi-IkIh.VI. If yon enrucsllr iliikln-liualth! ito-nul cxpuriuieut-irirl the OitKUNAL ash scml yai" ao(li("3't tn nr. Hnrwr nii i.o. Ht. Ijju1, Mo., tur oiu- "IlHEAM. BOOK." C rullof Btrane" nart nsnfui lDioitmitlon, tnt..v 0a. harter's Irn Toniq is for Sals tiy au. URU0QI3TS AND DcALERS tVERYWHtRB. ro mm mb mm Good as new and worth all I asfc for them, lo each. They consist of Weed, Singer, Howe, Wilson and VV- lor. Order at once and get choice. 8. 1 ANGEL, Knoxville, Tenn. UUS AKO PATROLS. iitm f.o xiititiW ti- r.'.t ai ui j SKI TO B3Y FRIE After twelve years sojourn r.mong you, my lnisinens, owing to your kindn-wn and partiality to me, is greatly lncrenwd, so that 1 havo had to rtmett tf stock to " . ., - j- - KEW 'AND ENLAEGED QUAETEES.' ' '1 have largely increased iny i-toek, so that- now I think it will eemrmifi favorably with similar ones in the cities. I return to you my mrml profound thanks fur your patronage and promptness, and I cxtfnd to you ftnd all ths publii: & cordial invitation to visit mo in my splendid apartment in th tirw" ' "IIIcIs:BBiding,-.Cor. Main & Fifth Sts.,-'-: BBISTOL, -, - - I shall endyiivor to make your visit pleasant. My Repairing Department will be much improved hy my removal, and wrk will lie dom in guaranteed style. ' My two Brunch Houses at Abingdon and Roanoke1 will ho kept lip to t?K highest standard of excellence. : ' l- With the Compliments of the beason, 1 remain. yours, faitlitully, Watchmaker and Jeweler. - j .. , . .... -( ' .-:.. '. i - 1 '';-. t JSC 'SCD ABDS ATTHEHBAI) 4' I ;' '.k '1 J , . This cut Bhowa tho New Stvlo of Wood-Work tlmt to'nmrHB'y Is now -lntrodnolufl, ,: ' '' '" ' '"' l,u 'J"---.-:J--J,- . . , .. wilt w I AUTTId A LY , BEAUTIFUL. - EIGHT FLANGES. TATENT INSIDE BOLT WORK. , More sccuro from Bnrglnrs than any other .Fire-Proof Safo and no .expense in repairing Bolts or Lock. .i i JOSEPH'GKIGSBY, AGENT "FOR M.K'.XKAI.K A- LItA', Safe, and Lock Wobks, . , ORIllSTOWN, ,,,-!-. , TENN i.: CITY HOTEL, JOHNSON CITY," " TENNESSEE. . .iii. - j.' t , , . L mm. Frop?ieto?t EEotol at depot. ' Porters at all trains, NplcndUl tiinmple room fto. Pperlal attention given to comfort of Ouest, T HECOMPLETE HOHEitSl bKk. New edition. Nl'W Wttdmij. New tHiutranoBt fnitii new det.uiii. Suix;ri)v pntten un. Same Inw imr. Aib(tH t- aii rldSh. Sells t .t-it. AifrHt d.mjf lif wk. Hxcki.lstTphms, The Aamlfcrnicfct provoctiu cM iw it'd. Apply no. Wm i.AHKUfHm jC-mi st .K-whvttlcTunn. iksu Jtl., f trail. i t.m lvs-ls ftnl nn.'j. WITHOUT. -...-ft- A PEER. ' IN ITS MECHANICAL CONSTitnCTION IT I IAS NO RIVAL. , ummi ; .... vjWi': w Established 1876. ' : . - : t -J Ii fa ii V B iLT3J ran new i.i.i i? of AttaoiiincntH thnl , nro now boiiifr iilaocil ' Willi each , , "DWIESTIC" r.ru ipcinlllc:i. ,Xo mhiT ' iimi'Miin ' ha them. TIm ku Atliirh. iiH-iilH and thn -Now Wooil-work mako tho 1 ! "noStl'MTIC? moro than cvr, with out qiloHtion, tho ac kiiowlc'lKU'l MlaiKlanl of uxctillwlico. For salo. by 1 wiLl iiarr, John-ion City, Tenn. Ai;cnt wiuiti'il limit (KH'.iiiilcd territory Aililrt'ns, : DOMESTIOf, M. AMI., HU hinolid, V. , ' Keeps in Stock nil kinds of Stoves, Tin, Sheet Iron and Toilet Ware. HEW EMEEALD & S0UTHEP.N GIRL Cook Stoves, a Specialty. : AtJtO'AGKNTFOlt:) ,. ' SHEET IUONKOOFING.OBOLISK STONE FACED CANVASS HOOFING Apply for prices hefore you cover your house. Samples rlways on hand. TIN E00FINO arid OUTTERINOj a Specialty. Call on. or address, ; .HjHNSON CITV TEN N, !'. ff I f It 1-' 11