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GAZETTE, D E C E M B R 12. 188 3 INDIANA LOVE. Tin nrrxiiocic st sous replies evok- IDlTi CIKCCLlR LrTTIB TO , INDIANA PEOPLE. 0 hundred letters, say the In di&napolii Times, were written to as xnnj well-known "Hunkers" of Vin- cermet, requesting answers to the question: What js love?" There suit ot the editor's labors indicates a confusing variety of opinion among the people of Vincennes as to what love is. Following are the answers from sixteen different persons : The most interesting and pardon able of human weaknesses - - -- A mere delusion that has ruined many men. A feeling of such exquisite ten derness that it is too sweet for com parison. I don't know anything. about it; den't think it amounts to much. The sweetest and most passionate excitement known to man binding together by the strongest cords sex, kindred and nations. JDon't know anything about it; I never was there. It is something that no fellow can find out yet all feel its power, more or less. '.-.. A sweet and delusive imagination only. A dormant passion of the mind aroused by beauty or intellectual qualities of some one woman. An undefinable principle which all beings posses.-, and which lies at the foundation of all happiness. A noble passion that envelopes our whole being, and shows itself in every thought, word and action. True bliss void of fancy of happiest happiness. An egotism of two. A fseling that takes root in the heart and is only made perfect when it enters the soul. A latent faculty of the mind that, when aroused, glows with a radiance that illuminates the gloomiest mind, and wields a power or influence that is unequaled. One of the worst diseases of the heart. ? RECEIIT FUK A DUEL. Lo endow Family HaralJ. In the little town of ilosenburg, West Ituia, lived a young and hot headed lieutenant, who one day had a dispute with a clerk in the gov ernment service, and suddenly ex claimed: "You know well enough how to handle your pen; but I have at home a pair of aharp swords with which I can write better." The other answered: "Such playthings. ought only be given to children who have nothing to lose." The lieutenant then challenged him te fight with pistols. Very well," the clerk replied, "I accent your offer on one condition. You know I have a wife and children for whom I must care. My income is 4,500 marks. , If you will deposit a sum sufficient to yield that inter eit, I am willinr to nrhL In that case you mut place to mr accounl yJ,uuu i place marks." "nut," Hammered the as loiusiiei oincer, i nave no ionune: "Ah, sir, those who possess nothing have n right to ak men who mut work for others to fight duels!"' The duel never took place. SECUItlTV IN SLEEPING CAKS. Almost every person who has had occasion to travel in sleeping cars mu-t have thought more or less about the liaMlity to be robbed to which passengers in such conveyan ces are peculiarly exposed. Sup pose, for example, that the traveller ia a sleeping car takes all reasonable precautions which arc practicable nnder the eircurntant-e. He puts his money and his watch under his pillow or on the inside of the berth, where the property cannot be reach ed easily or with or without waking him. .Notwithstanding this care en his part, the portei ermits some stranger to pass through the car, and this man robs tho sleeper. Must the passenger submit to the loss without redress? Ii would seem not. The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has recently decided that a reasonable degree of care is imposed by law upon those who -manage sleeping-cars. The judges truly say, that the object of taking passage' in such cars is to permit the traveller to sleep. While thus asleep, at the invitation of the proprietors of the car, itis their duty to afford him reasonable protection against the loss of his preperty by thieves. This decision is sensible and just, and will command the unanimous approval of travellers everywhere. A1COUND THE WOULD ON A BICYCLE. Sea Fraacisoe CaU. A young Knglish bicyclist, now in this city, has arranged for himself a Tear's arduous work, llo says that he intends to winter here, and in the' spring proposes te make a trip around the world on bis bicycle. He will start frera this city eastward byway ef Ogden, Omaha and Chi cago, and, crossing the Atlantic from Hmw York, will ride from Liverpooj to Dover. He will cross the Knglish Channel to France, and ride through Eurepo into Asiatic Turkey, thence through Persia and Turkestan into Chinese Empire, and make bis way down the Valley of the Yangtze Kiaug to Shanghai, and thence by vessel to San Francisco, t-onouming a year in the traveling. He says be considers the trip from Sacramento to Keno the most difficult piece of road for a bicycle, and looks with some dismay at his proio.ed trip through Aia,'whcre a bicycle ha hever been seen, or perhaps heard Mr. Gougb on Sllk:Hatfl. It would hn no violation of the rommtndmeut," tlI JSn D. Gougb, lf a man were to tall down and wor ship the Dk fcaf. f-T It is not made in the Ukeneas of anjlhia In heaven or a earth, or In the waters which are under th earth. tVvldes It heats the has J an I rue. the hair lo fall off. rarker'a Hair UI.an will atop that an1 rtre th rijr.lnal color to rray r faded hair. .N' t oVf , not a dje, be- eflclal. dtlicloiu'r perfumed. A per f:t hair dressing. 60c. All druEjuts. Ike Jordan, the drunken printer who recently trwd to kill foreman llillerofthe San Antonio (Texas.) Errress. Las been admitted to bail. ia the iaa of $1,000. HEALTH HINTS. Philadelphia can. There is but one easy, sure and oniffk vrav to cure chills and fever. j Move. Glycerine is good for chapped lips, keeping them away from tho chaps is also effective. Toothache can usually be cured by munching a clovo or two. For 6alo at the entrances of all theatres. A red nose may be produced by tiffbt lacinir. bv over-indulgenco in pastry, or by" drinking too much I coffee. -Celcrv is irood for nervousness says a country editor who evidently i;?a in - section where celery is pronounced '-salary," - Gout isa'troublesom'disease which often baffles the skill of tho best physicians. The only known pro ventive is to own a country paper. Thfl onlv cure for love is mar riagc; the only cure for marriag divorce. Jieware of imitations Nona 1'cnuino without the word Chicago" down on the bottle. If inclined to be feverish in wintc look at your coal bills! IT in sum Lmcr. study the watering-place hote w r - ... -v - i . i rates. 1 he lever win immediately give place to cold chills. Care should bo taken to have sleeping apartments well ventilated but not too much m. j it you was up with a cold in the head it is si that the bed-room was toe breezy. If you wake up with headache it is a siirn that tho iodiro - k room was loo close. 1884. HARPER'S BAZAR. ILLU3TKATED. Harper's Baiar ia at onre the moat brilliant and rnrtul Household Journal la niaimc. II la the acknowledged arbiter of fashion in this country lu faahion tilalf are the nwrt and most atrll.h and it palWrn ah.rt supplements and economic mauavmt i.ma alone are worth tnanv times tb aub- criptiyn. Ita iliutrstions of art needlework are from the best aunrt-r. 1 t blersry and artistic turrit are of the li'xbnl ordrr. 1 1. atones, poeuis and natjl in by lit. first Aturrtrau aud fcump raa suihora. Ita choice art pictures would nil portfolio, and Ha humorous cut ar ths aott iniDiinf to ba found lu auy jourual In AuierK a. A bos of bnUiaut uoell:e ara promised t jt 18S4, IIAItPKR'S PERIODICALS. 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Ibe New Yolk 1 illume i ucr nil: " u the avaiaucbe of linu.oral lilei alurs tbat tbreati ns tl e cblldren. some .Irong. lUIy wholewu.e, and reaJ'y attractive uiaaziiie ia required for them, aud e-t, Nlcbolaa bas reached a LiKher platform, and command, for this service wider reeouicia :u art and letter., than any uf Ita predecessors r coilemMrartc Tbe referruce to the wide re eorosa la art and lettera eumnisudid by St N u L oiaa was ncur more fully llluslrated thau by th. extraordinary list of attractions which tbat mage -sine aawwaiM for laii4. Tbe following will be aome of tbe leading contributors: Loatsa M. Aloott, J. T.Trcwbridge, CapUin Msyne lie id, HJalmar H)artii Uryen, Maa nee Tbiioo, t rnk K. tttorkton, Charles tiadley Warner, .'oaquin Miller, Elisabeth btuart Ptu Ipa, Mrs A. D. T. WL In y, Julian Hawtborao, Celia Tbaxter, Mary Map-e IWge, Lieut. Frederick Svhaslla Hnmm H a. borne Wlir p, E. S limoka, George W. Cable, I ba-. O t-laud, Snaan Fenimore Cooper.Jobn U. Ubutier, "H. H ," W. O Stoddard, C. P. Cr.uch, aud ar r s uf other di.tiugutahe.1 WTibr. The .t arti ta aud eigrav.ra uiuviral the Uiagazm.. It baa U.a truly aald that tbe readme 4 bl. Nlcbolaa U A LIDKHAL EDUCATION " for tbe Us an I girls whe are fortunate enouglt te kar. II. I a aw other book or petirdlal ia lu trwlion ao happily blended with recreation and aniaaetoeut Tlw (elee is W OO a year, or 3 fnl a nambrr. Book .a lie ra, n.ira-i, a!era, and poatmaatrra re eeiv. sa)j'riplu., or r.nut:an- auay be made direct to tlx pul'liebers, by money or x press urdar, bank check, draft, or la errislerad letter. Tag CINTrar CO Kew Turk, K.T. - - NEW YORK, 1884. About sixty million copies of Thb Sea bava gone out of our establishment during the past t arrive months. If you were to patte end to end t'l the columns of ail Tan Seas printed and sold last year yon wjuU get a eodtiBuoua strip of interesting infor mation, common aeuse wisdom, sound d octrine, and sane wit long enough to reach from Printing Houe square to tbe top of Mount Copernicus in the moon, then back to Printing Houae square, and then three-ouarters of the way back to tbe moon again. But Th a 8cit la written for the inhabitants of tbe earth; thia same atrip of iutclligcnce would girdle tie ' globe twtuty-eevett or tweiity-eigbt times). If every buyer of a copy of Tua Sv dung tbe pant year baa spent only one bour over it, and if bia wife or bis grandfather has ient another hour, this newsper iu 18S3 bas afforded the hu man race thirteen thousand years or ateady read' ing, night and day. It is only by little calculations liLe these that van can form anv idea of tbe circulation of tbe - moat popular of American newsi-apera, or of Us influence on tUJ o. iuioiif and rctiou-. of Ameri.-au men and won.cn . Th Bvn ia, and will continue to bo, a newspa per which tells the tiutu without fear of conae quencea, which geta at the facta uo matter how much the proeeea eoeta, which preaenta the ne; of ail the world without waste of words and in the moat readable abape, h'.eh is working with all ii heart for the caue of hout-sl gvcrumeut, and which therefore Lelievt-s tbat the Republican par ty must go, aud muxt go in th! coming year of our Lord, If you know Tut m., oa like it a'ready, and yon mill read it with accustomed diligence and profit during what is sure to be the most interest. m vear in its history. If you do not yet know Tub Sc!, it is high time to get in the sunshine. Terms to Mall Subscribers. The several editions of Thc Bum are sent by mail, postpaid, aa foil jwe : DAILY ."! cents a mouth, HI a year; Huudav edition. H7. with SUNDAY Eight paea. This edition furnbbes the current news of the world, special articles of eiceotional intereat to everybody: and ht- erary reviewa of new booka of the highest merit. n JolIiir a year, WEEKLY Ii Hollar a year. Eight lagea of the best matter of the dally issues; an Agricultural Department of unequalled value, sp cial market reports, and bterary, scientific, and domestic intelligence mske Ihi Weekly Kc the newspsier for the farmer's household. To tlubs of ten with f 10, an extra copy free. Addre. I. W. ENGLAND, Publisher, Thi ben, N. Y. City. 1SS4. SHARPER'S MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATED. . Harper's Magazine begina its sixty-eighth vol ume with the iM'tiubrr Number. 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Met ail, deed, having been suggested to the County Court of Hamblen coun ty, Tenn , by me, in pursuance to au order to me directed by the Clerk of aaid Court, all persons baviug claims against said estate are hereby noti fied to appear aud Ale tbe same with the Clerk of said Court, authenticated in the manner prescrib ed by lair, on ur before the 1st Day of 31ay, 1884, or the aame will be forever barred. Thia November the 19th, 1SX3 J. It. HO LLO WAY, JOV. 28 4 ks J AlMIKI8TRATOA. 18S4. HARPER'S WEEKLY. ILLUST1IATED. Harper'a Weekly stands at the bead of Ameri can illustrated weekly journals. By ita U' parti san position ia politics, ita admirable illuatratious, ra uo j cuomu aeriaia, anori atones, axetcbea and poems, eoutributed by the foremost artuta ud authors of tbe day, it carries lu.truction and utertaiumeut to thousand, of American homes. It will alaay be tbe aim of the uubliabera to make Uarier'a U eekly the most pot ular and at- ractite family newspaper in the world, aud. in pursuance of thia design, to present a constant improvement In all thoee featurea whteb have gained for it the confidence, sympathy, and sup- HARPER'S PERIODICALS. PEE YEAR : Harper'a Weekly (4 00 Harper a Magazine 4 00 Harper's Bazar 4 uo Harper'. Young People . 1 51) Harper a rranaliu bquare Library, one year 4 .inoiurnj 10 00 Postage Free to all aulwcribera in the United states or Canada. The volumes or the weekly begin with tbe first Number for January of each vear. When no time ia mentioned, it wiii lie nuderatood tbat tbe sub scribe r wi.hrs to commence with tbe next after the receipt or order. 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Tbe largest la Form, the iMTgeet in Circulation, and tbe beat TWO Dollar Family Magraxine issued. . im will be tbe Twentieth year of ita publica tion ; it ia now Improved to extensively aa to place it in the front rank of Family Feriodi eala, and equal to any magazJne. It contain CI pafcfl, larg-0 quarto, 8 z UX lncbea, elegantly printed on tinted paper, fully lUua trated, each number having steel engravliisrs, oil pleturo, or art subjects, published by W. Jennlajra Demoreat, Xew York, and by special agTeetnant combined with tbe MoasisTOWir Gazzttx at 3. ID per year. - ESTABLISHED 1316. CHAS. SIMON & SONS, G3 X, Howard Street, BALTI3I0RE 3ID. Importeis and Dealers in DRY GfOODS Of Every Description. Laaies' Realy-Haae Merra, COItSETS, &C. SAMPLES SENT FREE. -0rdera amounting to $20 or over tent free freight charge by expresa. DRESS-MAKING DEPARTMENT. Rules for self -measurement, samples of materials, with estimate of cost, sent upon application. TERMS feb21 Kt ly CASH. THE BON TON SALOON OF THE CITY! TMIE UNDERSIGNED HAS J"ST OPENED A first class saloon in the new Shipley building near the depot. Everything ia new and in the very beet style. The finest brands of liquors and choice cigars will ba fouud constantly on band. With the experience of several years ia the busi ness, I cau assure the public tbat they will receive the beat accommodations and most satisfactory attention. Give me a call and see if what I say is not true. SAM. L. LANE. Sept. 19 Gin. EfSACK . jjiaeaaea oi n.ianeys et VA iXO Bladder, Rheumatism, V t Scl atic.EpUepay .Par- eaaatyais,xi ervouajjeDii ity and all Weakneases resulting from overwork. Indiscretion or Exoeea ea, permanently cured b THE HOWARD GALYANIC SHIELD! Galvanic Electricltr, as furnished by our applian ces Replacea the Force and Vigror drained from the system, and thus cure without Droeg-ingr the Stomach. Illustrated ft- Pamphlet Treel I C v THI EOTTaSB iLicrso-iaa. VITIfl rWSM.S 11. a Uail Vddress AMERICAN CALyANICCO. 312 N. 6th St., St. Louie Mo THE KN0I7ILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE CLOSING, LEAVES ITS GOOD WILL TO GOODMAN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. i For ee eral year past we have successfully con ducted our Business College at Knoxville, Tenn. but having aelected another field of labor, we wil clime our College in Knoxville, permanently oil June 10, 1883, and resign our position as Principal and Teachers of the Commercial Department of tbe University of Tennessee. In retiring from our field of labor, we leave a worthy successor. Prof. Frank Goodman, from whom we have received many favors, and to whom we cheerfully recommend all our friends and ac quaintances. Especially do we advise all young men and women of the South and West, who had anticipa ted entering our College, to attend Goodman's Knoxville or Nashville Business College, for hav ing been identified with business education for more than twenty years, we feel we are capable of appreciating tne merits of these first-class Col lege. Prof. Goodman bas been eminently successful in preparing young men for busineav, and demon strating to the business world that Business Col leges can teach people how to keep books correct ly, and transact business generally, for we have reliable information that within -the past four months the following named firms have applied to him for his students to fill commercial positions. Gibson, Lee k Co., Chattanooga. Cowan, McClung k Co., Knoxville. Haynea, Henson k Wright, Knoxville . Burr It Terry, Knoxville. Hill & Waters, Lebanon Southern Moulding Co., Detroit, Mich. J. F. Smedley It Co., (formerly Ada, Ohio, now of NashviUe ) C. E . Smede k Co ., Nashvillo. Bradford k Co., Nashville." Tennessee Journal of Education, Nashville. W. R. McFarland k Co., Nashville. Fortreich k Co., Nashville. A. Crone St Co., Nashville. Prewitt, Ppuir A Co , Nashville. Tax Collector k Assessor's utbee, Nashville. Unquestionably the .great present want of tbe South ia a thorough aud practical business train ing for be' young men, and in leaving our present field of opeiation, we leei It our duty to tender our warmest thanks to tbe people of the South in gen eral, and to the citizens of Knoxville in particular. lor tue liberal support we nave received at their bands, and we would at the same t me, in this pub lic manner, express our sincere desire, that the generous patronage heretofore bestowed npon ne, may now be trauslerred in full measure to our successor. ' We remain with kind remembrances, The Public's Obedient Servants, JONES & SONS. may 30 tf. . TUYT n TORPID BOWELS. DISORDERED LIVER. and MALARIA. From these sources arise three -fourth a ot the diseases of the human race. These symptoms indicate their existence : Jss of Appetite, Bowels costive, Bicic xleaa ache, fn lines after eatinar, aversion to csertlea of body or mind, Xlrnetation of food, Irritability of temper, Xiow spirits, A reeling or Having neglected some duty, Itizxiuess, I'lntteiinirat tbe xxeart, isota iterore tne eyes. ntgiily col ored Urine. t o.STIPATIO.. and de mand the use of a remedy that acts d irectly onthe Urer, AaaLiTermedioineTUTT'S PIL.L8 have no equal. Their action on the Kidneysund 8ln la also prompt ; removing au impnniies inrougn mese inree irav. enters of the system," producing appe tite. Round digestion, regular ptools, a clear stinonu a vigorous douv. xt rrs x-iim cano no nauva or griping nor interfere witn dairy woi'ic ana are a perrect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. Soldevervwln re.a.te. Othre.44 MnrmvSt.,i.Y. TUTTS HAIR DYE. Grat IlAiri ob "Whiskers changed la. atantly toaGLosT Black by a single ap plication of thia DTK. Sold by Druggists, or sent by expresa on receipt or 9 1. OfBcu. 41 Murray Street, New York. TBTTS iMAVJAl DF USEFUL RECEIPTS FBEL CHANCERY SALE N OBEDIENCE TO A DECEEE I the Chaucory Court at Morristown, Tenn. prououueed at (lis July Term, 1SK3, in the cause of W.J. Donaldson. Executor, etc., vs A. M. Trollingr sndot sem, I will sell lo the highest and beit bi-i.ler at public outcry, at the Court House , d xr in Morriatoiru, on Saturday, the 29 h day of December, 1KH3, the tract of laud mentioned and described in j the pleading situate nsr nueeourg, uamoien eonnty, T.na. Terms of Sale : Paid property will be aold on a credit of six months aud iu bar of tbe equity of redemption, Kote witli approved personal security bearing im- tereat fr mu the purchase will be required of the Mort baaw aud a lu retained on the property un- til i lie purchase money la ruuy paid. . This No. ai, 1H83. JOHN MURPIIEY, C. & M. Nor. 2S-4 wai. ' "S . '( nBSBaawaw. P East Tennessee, Virginia and Oflergia Kail road TIME TABLE. t In Effect November 18,' 1883. (Louis vita Tncc.) Daily Daily Eastward. ; No. 36. No. 3. No. 4. 1 I ! Lv Chattanooga1 - 12 10pm. 7 50 p. m Ar. Ooltewah... lJ40pm. 8 22 p. m " Cleveland... 1 08 p m 8Mp.m " Charleston.. 1 M pnt 9 29 p. m Atheui 3 28 p m . 10 00 p. m Sweetwater. 2 M pm. 10 28p.ni " Loudon.... 3 18 p m JO 53 p. m Knoxville... 120 pm 11 55 p. m Lv Knoxville... 4 3tt p m. 12 05 a. in Ar Morristown. S 67 pm. 1 32 a, m " Kogerav. J..i 6 26 p m. 2 07 a. ns " Greene ville.. 7 28 pm. 2 47 a. ra " Jouesboro .. 8 21 p ni. 3 39 a. m " Johnson's... 8 38 pm. 3 66 a. m " Bristol 9 33 pni. 4 47 a.m Daily Daily Westward. No. 35. No. 3. No. 1. Lv Bristol 1159 pm. 6! Oam. Ar Johnson's... 12 06 am. 6 28am. " Joueuboro... 12 24 am. 6 47 am. " Oreeueville . . 1 16 a m. 7 37 a m. Koersv. Jc. 1 63 am. 8 19 am. " Morris town. 2 25 a m . 9 12am. " KuoxviUe.... 4 00 a m. 10 55 a m Lt Knoxyiile... 4 15am 1105 am. Ar Loudon 6 17 a m. 12 12 p m ' Sweetwater.. 5 42 a m 12 41 p m " Athens 6 10 am. 1 16 pm. " Charleston... 6 48 am. 164pm. "Cleveland... 7 20 im. 2 19pm " Ooltewah 8 09 am. 3(8 pm. Chattan ooga 8 45 a m. 3 60 p m Ohio anil North Carolina Divisions. Daily No. 37. Westward. Dally No. 35. LV. Warm Springs 11 50 a m Morristown 3 10 p m Ar. Knoxville 5 00pm Lv. Knoxville S 10 pm " Heiskell's 5 47pm "Clinton... 6 07pm " Coal Creek ".. 6 58 pm " Careyville 7 23pm " Buckeye . 8 00pm " Elk Valley 8 4( p m i' Newoomb 9 0opm Ar. JeUico 9 20pm 5 00 a m 5 35 a m 6 6.1 a m 6 20 a ni 6 39 a m 7 01 a m 7 26 a m 8 05 a m 8 15 a m Daily No. 36 5 50 a m . 6 02 a m . 6 28 a m . 7 01 a in . 7 29 a m . 8 10 a m . 8 36 a m . 8 52 a m . 9 25 a m . 9 50 a m 11 50 a m . 2 50 p m Daily No. 38. EA8IWAKD Lv, JeUico ....... Newcomb E4k Valley Buckeye .... . Carey ville Coal Creek Clinton Heiskell's.. ..... Knoxville Knoxville Morristow",... Warm Springs. 6 45pm 7 13pm 7 30pm 8 00 p Mi 8 2o p m 8 45 p m 9 13 p m 9 34 p m 10 10 p m & Ar. CONNECTIONS. AT CHATTANOOGA with railroad lines diverg ing, making direct, close connection for all points North-west, West and South-west. AT OOLTEWAH AND CLEVELAND with Georgia Division for Atlanta and all points South, South--east and South-west. AT KNOXVILLE with Ohio Division and Knox ville and Angusta railroad. AT JELLICO with Louisville and Nashville KB. for Louisville and Northwestern points. AT MOKRISTOWN with North Carolina Divibion for Warm Springs, N. C, and all Western and Middle North Carolina points AT ROGERS VILLE JUNCTION with Bogers- vill aud Jefferson railroad. AT ffoHNSON'S with East Tennessee and West ern North Carolina railroad. AT BRIS rOL with Norfolk and Western railroad, connecting closely for all Virginia and Eastern Cities, via. Lynchburg and all Eastern, Middle and Northern States points, via. Roanoke aud Shenandoah Valley Route. AT WARM SPRINGS with Western North Caro- lina railroad for Ashevilie, Morganton, States- ville, Salisbury and all points iu North Carolina, SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE. Nob. 1 and 2 have Leighton sleeper, between Memphis and Lynchburg. Noa. 3 and 4 have Pullman. Palace Sleeping Cars between Chattanooga and New York, via. Shenan doah Valley route ; also Pullman Sleeping Cars between New Orleans and Washington via. Atlan ta, Cleveland and Lynchburg. Abo Pullman Palace bleeping Cars between Knoxville and Louisville on Nos 35 and SC. Also on Georgia Division have Pullman Palace Sleeping Car through between Chattanooga and Jacksonville, F.'a. A. POPE, G. P & T. Agt. Knoxville, Tenn. F. K HUGEH, 8up., Knoxville, Tenn. JOSEPH GOTHARD. A. G. A. A . Knoxville. Tenn. dec20 82 tf Norfolk & Western Railroad. Time Table in effect JVov. 18, 1883. WESTWARD DAILY. TlMB Lv Norfolk 8:30 am " Suffolk 9:20 am Ar Pet'sburg 11:20 am Lv Pet'sbnrg 11:26 am " Burks ville 6:00 p m '1:16 pm " Farm ville 6:56 p m 2:00 pm Ar Lyjchburg 9:00 p. m 3:55 pm Lv Lynchburg 9:30 p.m 4 10 pm " Lilierty ' 10:37 p.m 5 01 pm "Roanoke 12:15 a.m 6 11 pm Ar Big Spring 1:08 a.m 6 53 pm LvChris'b'g 1:48 a.m '7 27 pm Wytheville 3 42 a.m 9 25 pm " Marion 4:42 a.m 10 26 pm "Abingdon 6:44 a.m 1128pm Ar Bristol 6:20 a.m 2 05 am CONNECTIONS. 'No. 1 does not run between Burkeville snd Lynchburg on Sundays. Leave Norfolk 8:30 a m. Arrive Petersburg 11: 20. Arrive at Richmond 1:22 p.m. Leave Richmond via R. & p. rr. 5:00 p. m. Ar rive Norfolk 9;30 p.m. Leave Richmond vis R. ft A. R. B. 9:25 a m. Arrive at Lynchburg 3:50 p. m. Connecting with No. 3 for all points South and West. Leavi R jhmond via B. k D. R. R. 4:05 p. in. Arrive at Burkeville 6:55 v. m.. Arrive at Lynch burg 9:00 p. m. connecting with Train No. 1 for all points south and west. No. 1 has Leighton Sleepers from Lynchburg to Memphis. No. 3 has Pullman Sleeper from Wash ington via Atlanta to New Orleans, without change connecting at Roaaoke with Sleeper from New York via S. V. R. R. to Chattanooga without any change. EASTWARD DAILY 1 Time. Eastern stan No. 2, No. 4. 10 40 p.m 6 32 a m 11 10 p.iu 6 02 a m 12 12 a.m 7 03 a m 110" 8 17am 2 53 9 67 a m 3 26 " 10 30 a m 4 20 " 11 20 a m 6 32 ' 12 32 p m 6 30 " 1 30 p m 7 00 " 1 55 " 9 05 " 4 00 9 52 " 4 38 ' 12 00 p m 6 30 " Arrives 6 40 " Richmond 8 50 " 12 16 pm 9 30 dard. Lv Bristol . 1 Abingdon " Marion 1 Wytheville " Christ 'b'g ' Big Spring " Roanoke 1 Liberty Ar Lynchb'g Lv Lj uchb'g Farm ville " Burkeville Ar Pet'sburg Lv Pet'sburg " Suifolk Ar Norfolk CONNECTIONS. 'No. 2 does not run between Burkeville and T.vnr.lhnrir on Sundavs. At i.OA.UKt; nos. 3 ana 4 for North ami East via 8. V P R. K. At l.YNCIIBUUO No. 5 only connects with V. M. R. R. for Washington ahd the East. Train leaves I.yin hbnrg 1:25 daily. At J YNCUBUKO M). 4 only conneet with R. k A. R. R. for Richmond. Leaves Lynchburg 2:50 p. in arriving Kiciimouu u:uo p. m. At HUllhKVluE No. a only connects with R. ft D. I!. R arriving Richmond 12:16 p. ni. dailv. Koti No 4 do-a not connect via Burkeville for Ri -hnioiid At NOUFOLK, with Bay Line Steamers dail except Snmlaj, for Baltimore tlieure rail to Phi) adelphia and New York ; with Old Dominion 8tean ers. ou Mondays, inesdara, Wednesdays aud Sat urdays tor rtew York, aud on Tuevdaysand Fri- daya with M.iM.I Co. for Boston and Provi dence. NEW UIVEK DIVISION. (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY) E8TWAKD Westward . 6 05 p m Ai r .. 6 00 " Lve... 8 02 " " . ..Central.. ..New River Staytide .. Rippk-mead . . .. Wenonau Narrows, . Adairs .Oak vale Pocahontas. .ive. 7 43 a m 1 M " 8 44 " - 9 07 " 8 30 " 9 4l " 9 52 " 4 39 415 4 03 $51 : 3 19 I 50 loin .Arr. , 11 58 " All inquiries aa to Rates. Routes, ke promptly answered . It yon are going to travel, drop a letter or ros- 11 lO 11L.1.L., Paxseneer Agent, tynchburif. Va. JT, H. SANDS, Oenl Sup't, lioanoke, Va. A. POPE, O, P. T. A,. Rboaneke. Va. FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CURE A rarerw priiittr3 pf pn Of th tnost noted and auocwsslul Hrcilitl In tne ( now n'ti red i lor itie cure of .1 frwjm Jeoiir?7, )tmt Mnnl'Otxt, Mme , and Jeatf. Heut EpiajuaWettvelop'ree. Drutgu.isanl'i. Mint DR. WARD & CO., LouUwns, mo. , I'l 1 ia If You are Going WEST, NORTHWEST, or SOUTHWEST, gWrsjVA ,. HHAaiJBfisjZlsJBBi. I I3E SURE YOUR TICKETS READ VIA THE The First-Class mid Emigrant rer's FAVORITE. Albert B. Weknn, P. A.; Atlanta, Ga. W. L. Danlky, G. P. &. T. A., Nashville, Tenn . W. T. RooF.ns, P. A , Chattanooga, Tnn PATENTS obtained for new inventions, or for improvements on old ones, for medical or other compounds trade marks aud labels. Caveats. Assignments, Inter ferences, Appeals, Suits tor Infringements, and all all cases arising under the PATENT LAWS, promptlv attended to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN REJECTED styin!i the Patent Office mav iu most cases, be pat ented by us. tteiug opposite the u . S. Patent De partment, and engaged in Patent business exclu sively, we can make closer searches, and secure Patents more promptly, and with broader cluims, than those who ore remote from Washington, f AT ITT? INT THP C! sendusamodelorsltetch UN VlJiN 1 JVO of your device; we make examinations and advise at to patentability, frek of charge. All correspondruoe strictly conllden- tial Prices lew, ana NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT IS SECURED. We refer i-ii Washington, to Hon. Postmaster- General D. M. Key, Rev. F. D. Power, The German-American National Bank, to officials in the U. S. Patent Office, and to Senators and Reprsen tatives in Congress; and especially to our clients In every State in the Union and iu Canada. Address C. A. SNOW & CO., Opposite PatentOffice, Washington, D. 0. For Choice Family Groceries GO TO W. M. VILMETH DEALER IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, 8ole Agent for the Light-Running DAVIS SEWING MACHINE Hr-Sowing Machine NEEDLES of all kinds, OIL, kc, constantly on hand. Highest market price paid for all kinds of Cout try Produce. MAIN ST., MORRISTOWN, TENN. jantea-ly mWl INDIAN 1, IHllMlmi SVKEIABLSFI.L. Secure Healt hy I action to the 14 vei an d relieve all bil- riotis troubles. Purely Vegetable; Hs Griping. Price 25 All rrugjW Virginia midland RAILWAY On and after Sunday, October 14. 1683, Passenger trains will run as follows: SOUTH (Train 50 Train 52 i Train 54. BOUND. MAIL. EXPRESS LOU. EX. Washington (Lv ) 8 38 a. m. 10,3.) p.m. 4.50 p.m Alexandria, 9.00 " 11.00 " 6.15 " Oordonsville(ar ) 1.05 p. m. 9 00 ' Charlottesville, 1.20 ' 2.45 a.m 9.05 " Lynchburg ;ar.) 3.50 " 5.20 Danville, 7.16 " 8.07 " North Dauville, 7.20 " 8.10 " NORTH BOUND Traln 51 Trin 63 Train 55 ML. EXPRESS LOU. EX. North Dauville(le) 10 15a. m 10.30 p.m. DanviUe, 10.17 " 10.32 " Lynchburg, (le.) 1.2ip. m. 12.50 b m Charlottesville, 4.30 " 3 00 " 3.10 p. m GordonsviUe, 3.30 3 05 " Alexandria, (ar.) 8.55 " 7.15 " 6 45 " Washington, 9 20 " 7.40 " 7.10 " Mail trains South bound, connects at Churlot- tesville, with Chesapeake aud Ohio R. W. East West; at Lynchburg, with Norfolk aud Western R. R , through Southwest Virginia to Nashville. New Orleans, Memphis, Little Rock and Texas, and at Danville with Richmond aud Danviile Railroad, to South and Southwest. Mail train North bound, connects at Lynclilrarz with the R. k A. R W. for Lexiuirton and Nat ural Bridge, and at Charlottesville with C. & O. R. W. for Stauntou, Clifton Forge and iute medi ate points. Express trains South bound, connect at Char lottesville with C. & O. R. W. for the West and at Danville with R. k D. R. W., for all points in South, Southeast, Southwest, aud East. Etpress trains north bound connect at Charlot tesville with O. k O. R. W for Richmond, Staun ton, White Sulphur, Charleston and Huntington. For Fairfax C, U. daily connections at Fairfax statiou. Trains 50. 51 and 54 connect to and from WAR- RENTON daily, aud train 53 daily, except Sunday, to ana trom Warren ton. FRANKLIN DIVISION, daily, except Snndiy, leave Rocky Mount 7:30 a. in ., arriving at Frank lin Junction 11:15 a. m. Leuve Franklin Junc tion 6:10 p. in ., arrive at Rocky Slouut 10:09 p. m., making close connect iun at Franklin Junction witb mail trains 50 and 51, also with local freight trains to Lynchburg and Danville. MIXED TRAINS, kave Alexandria daily, ex cept Sunday, 4:00 and 9:20 a. in,, aud 11:55 p. in., returning arrive at Alexandria 7.10 a. in., and 3:00 aud 10:30p. m. Mixed train leaves Alexandria daily 4:30 V. m. Returning, arrives at Alexandria 3;30 a. m. MANASSAS DIVISION, daily, except Sund,y: Leave Washington 8:' a. m. Alexandria 9 .05 a. m., arriving at Strasbiirg 1:10 p. m., connecting with the Vah-y Road East and West, and at River with Sh n. Val. R. R. for Loury and Waynes boro. Returning, leave St tub burg 2:00 p. m., arriving at Alexandria 6 :25 p. ni. and Washing ton 7:10 p.m. MIXED TRAINS leave Alexandria daily, ex cept Sunday, 4:45 a.m., at riving at Strasbnrg ;!: 30 p. m Returning, leave Strasburg 5:00 a. ni., arriving at Alexandria 2:50 p. nr. Leave ManiA saa 10:55 a m . daily except Sunday, arriving at Strasburg 4 30 p.m .; returning, leave Strasburg 6:00 p, ui daily except Saturday, arriving at Man assas 11:55 a. m. For Middieburg, connection at Plains station. For Upperville, connection ai Delaplane. Pullman sleeping Cars b tw n New York and At'anta on Mail trains, north and south bound without change ou'y oue change of cars be tween New York and New Orleans New Orleans Sleeting Cars have Washi.icton 8:35 a. m., running through without obauge Pullman Sleepiug Cars between Washington and Augusta, Oa , without change on 1035 p. IB. train, via Greer.sboro Cuarlot'e aud Columbia solid train witn Pullman Palace Cars attach!! rnn through between Wasbiug'ou and Louisville, via Staunton and bite Sulphur, daily. All trains make good connections, at Washing ton, to aud from North and West. through, tickets at lowest rates to all important points in the United States. J. 8. B. THOMPSON, Asfdhfant General Passenger Agent;. W. M. S. DUSN, E:ig aud Supt. oct 31 How Lost, iff Restored! Just published", a new edition of Dr. Culve v well's Celebrated Essays on the radical cure of Spermrtorrhcea or Seminal Weakness, Involuntaiy Seminal Lossex, Impotence, Mental and PhysioiU mciipacity, tuiix-diiut nls to Marriage, etc, also. Couhumptiou, Epilepsy and Fits, ioduccd by self iudulenee, or sexnal extravagance, &c. 1 he celebrated author, in this sdmirable eseai'. clearly detmonsttates from a thirty years succesi ful practice, that the alarming consequences (if self- buse may be radically cured; pointing out made of cure at once simple, certain tnd effectual by means of which ev i y sutferer, no matter what his condition uy be, may cure hirose: cheaply, privat'h a- d radically. This Lectu should ths iu the hands of every youth and ev.;ry mm in the land. Scut under -- , lu a plain envelope, to any ad- drru, po.t-paiJ, on receipt of six-cents or two postage stamp. Address The Culverwcll Medical Co., ! 41 Ann St., New York, N. Y. Post Office Box, 450. Oct. 10, '83. j W. L. 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