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THE MOfiftlSTOWN GAZETTE , DECEMBER 2(3, 1 88 3 .
ENGAGED 1 O TWO 31 EN. BOTH ON HAND AT THE AITOXNTKD TIME ONE GETS THE BEIDE AVD f XaE OTUEK OETS AREXSTZD.t Baltimore, Pcc. 10. Hiss Fan nieZimmcrman, daughter of Mr. G J. Zimmerman, a contractor and bui'Jer. residing at 1GD West Bid dlo street, has lontr been noted for her beauty. Tbere were many sui tors for ber hand, and ara.ng them were two young fellows who seemed La meet with eoual favor. Onowa Frank J. JkJlon, of Uniontown, Fx and th otlicr Henry IL Hammond of Ieteibur?, a. Both voun mea are hichlv connected, and are estimable vounsr men. Whether 3IiH Zimmerman was uncertain which sho liked bct or whether she thought it desirable to have two etriu to her bow i not known but certatn it is tbat she accepted the haul of loth, received ring from both, and was indiscreet eaoasrh to et tho same day for botl wed iings. Tbo young men had nly met once before, and thentbey quarrelled about the lady, and the irgiman, who was the larger, threatened his rival with vengeance if he did not cease paj'ing his ad drocs to Miss Zimmerman. They were separated in time to prevent blows, and did not meet again untl to-day. This morning both lovers arrived in the city to claim their brid ' They both procured licences. Un fortunately for the irginiau, the Pennsylvania maa arrived at the bride's house first. Very little ar gument sumccl to pt;rsuado the Younrr lady to accompany him to a clergy ma ii. Just as they were leaving the houe up drove the Southerner in a carriage. Taking in the situation at i glance, be stuck a handful of bill under his driver's no-e and told him to earn them. ();T like a flash start e l the team, and down the street at' tor the fleeing lovers thundered thv jilted one, full of venireanee. For t-iifi.t s-iuares the chase was kept ui tci?triaii4 stopping on the street in amazement to see a man lean in- half way out of a hack window !akin:r his fi?t furiously after a flee ing carriage Tiic horses drawing Miss Ira- merman and her lover began to flag. and Jlelleii, doubtless rememberin the previous threats of bis athletic rival, grew nervous at thought ol the meeting. A he was passing tne western k!h e station he stop- red his carriage, ran in. and told pursued bv a man who had threat ened his life. A warrant was issued, andjutas he drove off the police captured his pursuer s carnage an arretted its unlucky occupant, lie was I'x ke 1 up in spite of his pro te-tations and attempted explana tio:is. While in his cell ho acted lik a crazy man. and for fear that be would o violence to himself he wms carefully watched. In the meantime the Fennsylva nian had triumphaatly taken hi. I ri le to a clergyman, who tied the knot in short order. Feeling now seci re of his treasure, he returned Vj the jM)liee station and appeared against his rival. When tho men met it was with difficulty that the olkt field back the deflated ri val, so powerful were his exertions to free himself an get at his ene my. The charge- of threatening to kill was withdrawn, and the charge of threatening to assault was pre ferred against him. Hammond was then released on SI'.oO bail. He was kept in the fetation until Hellen was able to get safely away. Much sympathy is felt for the youug man, while Mr. Zimmerman h furious at the conduct of his daughter in the matter. .VS5.VG' FjR TWENTY YEA US RETURNING TO CLAIM THE BRIDE WHOM II E LEKT AFTER A LOVER'S VAKREL IN 18G3. ("o alton, Pa., Dec. 10. In 1SG3 William Craig, aged 20, lived on his father's farm near this place. Will iam Barker owned an adjoining farm. lie had a daughter Mary, aged 18. She and young Craig were engaged to b married, but she was inclined to be coquettish, which dis pleased her lover. One night in De cember, 1 ''', he expressed his dis approval of herdancing twice in suc eesMuii at a social gathering with a young man from this village. She replied that she would dauco with any one she pleased to, and as many times as she liked. A lover's quarrel ensued. Mary Barker,"sai J young Craig, -vuii won't seo me again in twenty years." :P.x)h!" replied Miss Barker, "you couldn't stay away from me twenty honrs." Craig went home. Tho next day be was missing. Xo one knew where he had gortv, aud no trace of him could bo found. His parents were i'rvauv uisiresseu. out iui.-s iarwer mado "light of his absence, aud said that '"he would be back before the sun went down twico." But days and weeks and months and years passed away, with no tidings of tbe mining man. Miss Barker chang ed from tho gayest and most light hearted girl in the neighborhood to tho most sober and heavy-hearted; but, while young Craig's parents looked upon him as dead, she never lost her faith that ho wouid torao back some day. She remained true to him, and never again entered in to company. On rriday evening last a knock came at tho door of the Barker farm house. The door was opened by Mary Barker. A large, fine-looking man stood at the threshold, lie in quired far Miss Barker. On Wing informed that the person he address ed was she, he said; ' Mary Barker, didn't I tell you you wouldn't see me again in twenty years? It was William Craig, and it was just twenty years to a day Ince he had disappeared. He had gone to Philadelphia nd enlisted under an other came in tho army, lie serv ed until the end f the war, and then went West and took np a track of land in Nebraska. He was deter mined to stay tho twenty years out, no matter what the consequences might be. lie had made a lair for tune. The " wedding that was to have been celebrated on Christmas. Ie03, will be celebrated oa the com ing Christmas. PRESIDENT VS. TREACHER OX POLYGAMY. Fort Worth, (Teaaa) Gaastts. It is interesting and perhaps in itructire to contrast the Tiewg of two inch men as President Arthur and Henry Ward Beecher on poly gamy. Both are men of tbe world, but trained in tbe school of thought and ntterly "at variance ' on some very important question! that enter into the political economy of the country Tho president is impress ed with tbe enermity of Mormon practices and frankly confesses that Utah and the polrganiists are be yond the control of ordinary legis lation. Disfranchisement, fanes and Imprisonment, he concedes, are ut terly inadequate to work the sup pression of polygamy and . make aionoramists of the tho Mormons. And impairing of the efficacy of or dinary legislation, tie suggests, in his message, what may be termed fby courtesy) heroic treatment To what extent this treatment shal go is left to surmise. . But certanily it must be more drastic than the law now in loree. ana tne country is aware of its rigorous provisions This is the resource of a politician and man of the world, wearied and disgusted with tho futile efforts o the past. The preacher yiews. the matter as a man oi iue world,- ioo. but he reasons from' an entire different standpoint than th presidents. Mr. Beecher visited Utah while out en his recent Iectnr ingtour, and in a recent sermon he took occas'on to speak of polygamy and tho Mormons. His remarks seem especially designed for con trast with the president's utterance on the same subject, which tamo few days later. Said the prcachvr "la there no remedy? I think there are two one is to let them alone, and the other is to put them to tho sword. 1-ct us look at botl of them, and first, the Kdniunds bill has Wen not only no disadvantage to the 3Iormon Church, but a great advantage. It has driven in all the wanderers and consolidated them. It has made them feel again perse cuted people. ! I think tho poorest people on the laco ol the earth to pla' at despotism is tho irreat intelligent American people; and to send forth a body of men armed to the teeth to exter minate polygamy, net bound by tbe laws of evidence, forming their own judgment as to guilt or innocence, laving the hand of power on whom soever they thinic it necessary to Ia' it, would bo an extraordinary state of things. Well, what is the other remedy? Let them alone, re ceive them iuto the Union: with draw your soldiers; let them have their Church. Let them be open to all the influences that are affect ing the public sentiment of every other State in the Union." 1'here is food for thought in these words f Beecher. He has grasped the siuation and presented tho alter natives so clearly that they mav be read by him who runs. Tho coun try will soon be called upon to con- sider.tho Mormon question accin. Mr. Edmund confesses the failure of hisanti olygamy bill, and he and other con uressmen are at work fram- ng new measures to deal with the wonderfully blended system of ro- igio social ethics that has grown up in Ltah. hose remedy is the wisst, president's or preacher's? hstory is full of examples where persecution has been the means of building up systems or policies which un persecuted had surely per ished as by dry rot-pressed to the wall and crushed out of existence by what Mr. Matthew Arnold has aptly termed the tendencies of civi- ization. Ni:V SIIOICT ItOUTE TO Kansas and the West. Col. -I. E. Lcckworxl, general passcn grr aud ticket agent, Kansas City, Mo., sends Tiik Gazette a well executed m:tj 6howini: the route of the new Knn- .t C'itjr railroid now comp)etel ar.d in peration b -tween Memphis, Tenn , nnd Kansas Ciiy. Some of the adTdntagee 01 thU new rou'.e to the West arc given in this bilcf prospectus of the Hue from ita central passenger department : A It ntion is call 'I tu tb Lew Kans Ciiy railroid line now completed aud in operation between Memphis lenn and Kiit.ea City, Mo lly this new route the Ntulh and We-t :n hroucht into clereltil n. avinij several hunlre I miles and wiiny hours travel between the two net lions. It is in fact now U-e on'y practical route from the South to all point in KaDsas, .Mit-sourl, Colora do and a'l the western States. A thro train wltli I'uliman 1'alace sleeping ctr and elegant day coaches leaves Alemphia daily, running through to Kansas City without change of cars, where it arrives in lime to make connection In the Grand Ut ion Depot with all trains leaving ivai.sas iiy. ror em'grants to the rN cifl toitt anil the Noithwi pi, or f- r h m ; ret kers in Kansas and Missouri, time and money is saved by this short route ss a-inst the circuitous routes via St Lou s, heretofore the only outlet. Special low rates are made for bis etas- oi ItusiiH-s an t all arc earned through lo Kt sas City in firri class cais on firet class trains. Kound trip. La d Explor ers' ii. kets on sale at low rat Send for th - J-'migranW (Juule, an tlif'-t page paer, giving full ad reliable informa tion in regard to Kansas and Missuiiti mailed Free. Address J. E LOCK WOOD, Qen. P-s. Agent, Kans ity. or 11. D. Ellis, T'kt Agt., 31 Ma tison st., .Memphis, T. C N W1N5KB, So. Ta . Agt., 29 Wall t , Atlanta, Oa. 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MOr THE KNOXVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE CLOSING, LEAVES ITS GOOD WILL TO GO O DM AN'S BUSINESS COLtEGE, For several years past we have successfully eon ducted our Business College at Knoxville, Tenn., but having selected another field of labor, we ail close our College in Knoxville, permanently on Jnue 16, 183, and resign our position as Principal and Teachers of the Commercial Department of the University of Tennessee. .1 In retiring from our field of labor, we leave a worthy auccessor. Prof. Frank Goodman, from whom we have received many favors, and to whom we cheerfully recommend aU 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 leges. , . ;.:-..: Jrot. Goodman has been i eminently successful in preparing young meg for business, and demon strating to the business world that Business Col leges can teach peoplf how to keep books correct ly, and transact business generally, for we have reliable information that within tbe past four months the following named firms have applied to him for his students to fin commercial positions. Gibson, Lee k Co . , Chattanooga . Cowan, McClung k CbT," Knoxville. ,. Hay nee, Benson k Wright, Knoxville . ' ' Burr At Terry, Knoxville. - Hill k Waters, Lebanon . Southern Moulding Co., Detroit, Mich. . J. F. Smedley & Co., (formerly Ada, Ohio, now of Nashville ) C. E. Smede h Co., Nashville. - Bradford at Co., Nashville. Tennessee Journal of Education, Nashville. W. K. HcFarland Co., Nashville. Fortreich k Co., Nashville. . A. Crone Co , Nashville. . Prewitt, Bpurr k Co , Nashville. ' Tax Collector Assessor's office, NaBh ville. TJnqut-stionably the great present want of the South ia a thorough and practical business train ing for he' young men, and in leaving our piesent field of operation, we ieei it our duty to tender our warmeet thanks to tbe people of tbe South in gen era), and to the citizens of Knoxville in particular, for the liberal support we have received at their hands, and we would at the same t me, in this pub lie manner, express our sincere desire, -that the generous patronage heretofore bestowed upon us, may now be transierred in full measure to our auccessor. We remain with kind ren-embrances, . .- The Public Obedient Servants, ' ' ' JONES & SONS. . may SO tf. . v: t. "' ' ' ' 0 0 La La TORPID BOELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA. ' From these sources arise three-fourths of I the diseases of tbe human raee.' These symptoms indicate tlieirexwtence : I-oss of Appetite, Bowels eostlve, 6ielc Head ache, fullness after eating aversion to ;mrtloa of body err mind, Eructation of food, Irritability of temper, Lsw - spirits, A feeling of having neglected some daty, Iixziuess, T1 uttering at tbe IleartylKtts before the eyes, highly col- ' ored trine, CONSTIPATION, and do mand the use of a remedy tbat acts directly on the Liver. AsaLiverrnediciueTCTT'S IUJ9 have no efjtaU. Their motion on the Kidneys and Skin is also prompt; removing all Impurities through these three 'car eneera of the Tstm." oroduciug appe tite, sound digestion, regular Btools, a clear skiaaDdaTigorouabodv. TVinrH caase no nausea or griping nor interfere 'with dally work and arc a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. Boti everywhfrf , g.tc. Otlixo. 44 M nrrT S t..N. Y. TUTT'S HAIR DYE; Grat ILue or Wmibkf.rs stantly toaGLOSST BLACK bs changed In ' a single ap plication of this DTE. Sold by Druggists, or sent Dernresa ou receiptor aj i, , Office, 44 Murray 8trt, New York. ' -i TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FEEL IN CHANCERY AT MORRIS- .TOWN. .h I ORIGINAL BILL No. 404. Wm A. Howell Executor of Robert Lloyd, de- -t' ciased, vs. Robert O . Lloyd, H. K. Uilmore, . i I.. oiltDore, A A. Carter, Mary t. Carter, II. James, Jane James, r. Davis, Martua ta. vis, H. O. Moody, 1. J. Lloyd aud W. W. Lloyd.- -y THIS CAUSE IT AJPPJ3AK- tun ag from the allpations of complainant's bill. wtucli is sworn to, tnat tne aen-nasnt, w. w. Uo d. is a BOnraident of the 8tate of Tennessee. so thst the ordinary process of tbe law cannot be served upon him. It is therefore ordered by the Master tbat saia non-resiaent aerendant. w. w Lloyd, appear before the Chancery Court at Mor rill town, Tennessee, ou iue Third Monday1 cf January next, and plead, answer or otherwise make defense to aaid bill, or tne earns mm oe usen tor eonisssed, sud set for beariug-Es.rKTE as to him. It is i fu ther ordered that this notice be published for four consecutive weeks to Twit Moaxis-xowH Oa- ZBTTS . This Dec 17, 1SS3 . .A true copy.. Te.te:. JOHN MCBPIIEY, - December 19 4 wks.J C, k H . TV mmmm I ): 11 n n w M WLt. 'I. Mb A U 1 jam f 1 ( - r-S -: . East Tennessee, Virginia . and Georgia Kallroad Tl iJi E TAB L E . . , In Effect November 18, 1883. i: (CKKTmAL Stasdabd Tixk.) ; , , i . : Dairy ., I Daily . Eastward. ' I t . , So. 36. No." a. j No. 4. s l ChatUnooga ' 12 10 pm. 7 60 p. m Ar. Ooltewah... ., w . 1140 pm. 8 22 p. m " Cleveland... 1 OS p m 8 50 p. m Chartestoo.. - 1 54 p m 9 29 p. m Athena . 2 29 p m . 10 00 p. m " Sweetwater. - '' 2 64 p m. 10 28 p. m " Loudon i S 18 pm )6 53p. m !" Knoxville... ' " 4 20 pm. 11 65 p 3x lit -Xuoxvllle.. . 4 30 p m. 12 05 a. ui Ar Morruttown. 6 67 pm. 1 S2 a. m Rogers v. J.. 26 p m . 2 07 am Oreeneville T 28 p m 2 47 a. m Jonesboro.. 8 21pm. 3 39 a. m ." Johnson's... . S 38 p m. S 56 a. in " Bristol. J , 0 33pm, 4 47 a.m T" ' ' " " Daily Daily k Westward. . - ' No. 35. No. 3. No. 1. . Lv Bristol 1 11 55 pm. I 5 30 am. Ar Johnson's... 12 06 am. 6 28 am. Joneeboro... (. 12 24 am. 6 47 am. " tireeneviUe . 1 16 a m. 7 37 a m. " llogerav.Jc 153 am. 8 19 am. " Morriatowu. " 2 25 am. 9 12 am. ; " Knoxville... . 4 00 am . 10 55 am Lv Knoxviile... 4 15am 1105 am, Ar Ixiadon 5 17 a m. 12 12 p m . " Sweetwater.. 5 42 am. 12 41 pm " Athens 0 10 am. 1 16 pm. " (!harleaton. ' - 6 48 am. 154 pm. Cleveland... 7 20 am. 2 19 pm. " ftoltewah 8 09 a m. 3 (8 p m. Cbattan ooga ,. ' 8 45 am. 160pm, Ohio and North Carolina Divisions. Daily , No. 35. .11 50 a m . I 10 pm . 6 00 p m . 9 19pm . 5 47 pm 6 07 pm . 6 58pm . 7 23 p m 8 00pm . 8 40 p m . 9 05 p m . 9 20 p m Daily , No. 37. ; WlCSTWABD. - Lv. Warm Springs... Morristown....... Ar. Knoxville... Lv. -KDoxrille...... ,. Heiskell's.. " UUuton ...; ' Coal Creek Carey ville...-.:. .. " liucknye. Klk Valley 44 Newcomb ........ Ar. i ellico 5 DO a m 5 35 a m 5 53 a m 8 20 a m 6 39 a m 7 01 a m 7 26 a 8 05 a m 8 15 a m Daily No. 36 : 5 50 a m 6 02a m .. 6 28 a m . 7 01 a m .. nnm .. 8 10 a iu .. 8 36 a m .. 8 5J a iu . . 9 25 a m . , 9 511 a m . 11 50 a iu . . J 50 p m Eabtwabd. Lv. Jellico '. " Newcomb " Elk Valley .... " Buckeye Dally No. 33. 6 45 p m T 13 p m 7 30 pm 8lpn 8 25 p m " Oareyville.,.. . Coal Creek . . . " Clinton ..... -. " Heiskell's. ...... Ar. Knoxville Lv. Knoxville...... Morritifowi,... Ar. Warni Spriugs. 8 45 p m 9 13 p m 9 34pm 10 10 p m i COXA! ECTIONS. I AT CHATTANOOGA with railroad lines diverg - lug, making direct, close connection for aU points North-west, West and South-west. AT 0OLTEWAH AND CLEVELAND with Georgia Division lot Atlanta and all pomts South, South east and fiouth-west. AT KNOXVILLE with Ohio Division and Knox ville and Augusta railroad. AT JELL I CO with Louisville and Nashville BR. for Louisville and Northwestern poiuta . AT MOHB1STOWN with North Carolina Divibion for Warm Springs, N. C, and all Western and Middle North Carolina points AT KOOEKS VILLE JUNCTION with Bogers vill aud Jefferson railroad. AT JOHNSON'S with East Tennessee and West ern North Carolina railroad. AT BUIsrOL with Norfolk and Western railroad, connecting t loeelj for all Virginia and Eastern Cities, via . Lynchburg and all Eastern, Middle and Northern States poiuts, via. Boanoke aud Bhonandoah Valley lioute. AT WARM SPRINGS with Western North Caro lina railroad for Ashevil e, Morgantou, States- viile, Salisbury and ail points iu North Carolina. SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE. ' Noi. I and 3 have Leighton sleeper, between Memphis and Lynchburg. ' No. 3 and 4 have Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars betwoen Chattanooga and New York, via. tihenan- oon valley route; also Pullmau bleeping cars between New Orleans and Washington via. Atlan ta, Cleveland and Lynchburg. , - Also Pullmau Palace bleeping Cars between Knoxville snd Louisville' on Nos 35 uud 36. Also on Georgia Division have Pulkiuao Palace Sleeping Car through between Chattanooga and Jackuou ville, FJa ; ."- ,--;i.' v; ' ( .A. POPE, G. P- k T.Agt. , ' ' 1 ' Kuoxvil e, Tetih ' F. K. nUGER, Sup., Knoxville, Tenn. JOSEPH GOTHARD, A. G. J , A , Knoxville, Tenn. .. . . dec20 82tf Norfolk & Western Railroad. Time Table in effect Nov. 18,1883. . - ' WESTWARD DAILY. ' Tim e ' : ' Sndlrd. " ' ' . Xo.3. , Lv Norfolk 8:30 am " Suffolk 9:20 am ArP:t'sburg ' llrif) am Lv Pet'sburg 11:26 am " Burkeville " 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 - 9:80 p.m - '4 10 pm " Liberty , 10:37 p.m 6 01 pm f Roanoke :: 12:15 a.m 6 11pm Ar Big Spring 1:06 a.m f 653 pm LvChris'b'g 1:48 a.m 7 27 pm " WytheviUe - 8 42 a.m ' 9 25 pm " Marion , 4:42 a.m , 10 26 pm 'Abingdon 1 8:44 a.m 1128pm Ar Bristol 6:20 a.m 205 am ' CONNECTIONS. No. 1 does not run between Burkeville and Lynchburg on Sundays. Leave Norfolk 8:30 a m. Arrive Petersburg 11: 20. Arrive at Richmond 1:22 p m. Leave Ricbmund via B. As P. KB. 5.-00 p. m. Ar rive Norfolk 9;30 p.m. Leave Richmond vis R. k A. B. B. 9:25 a.m. Arrive at Lynchburg 3:50 p. m. Connecting with No. 3 for all points South and West. Leave Richmond via R. A D. R. R. 4:05 p. m. Arrivu at Burkeville 5:55 p. m Arrive at Lynch burg 9:00 p. m. Connecting with Train No. 1 for all poiuts BOuth and west.. No. 1 has Leighton Sleepers from Lynchburg to Memphis. No. 3 has Pullman Sleeper from Wash ington via Atlanta to New Orleaus, without change connecting at Roaaoke with Sleeper from New York via 8. V. B. K. to Chattanooga wltuout any cuang3. , Time. EASTWAETJ DAILY Eastern stan- Ko. 2. No. 4. dard. - Lv Briitol - 10 40 p.mr 5 32 a no " Abingdon ' , 11 10 p.m 6 02 a m "Marion 12 12 am 7 03 a m " Wythe ville 1 .'0 " 8 17 a m " Christ 'b'g 2 53 67 a m M Big Spring 8 26 10 30 a m - "Roanoke 4 20 ; -. : 11 20 a m " Liberty 6 32 12 82 pm Ar Lynchb'g 6 30 " 1 80 pm Lv Lytichb'g 7 00 " . . 1 55 " . " Farmville 9 05 " ' 4 00 i" Burkeville 9 52 - " : 4 88 Ar Pet'sburg 12 00 p ra . 6 30 " Lv Pet'sburg Arrives 6 40 . " f SuBolk - I ' Sichmond 8 50' Ar Norfolk I 12 16 pm 9 30 " CONNECTIONS. . No. 2 does not run between Burkoville Lyuchhurg on Sundays. and . At KOANOKE Nos. 2 and 4 for North and East Via 8. V P B. R. . ; AtLYNCHBUKG No. 5 only connects with V. M B. It. fiir Washington and the East. Train leaves Lynchburg 1:25 daily. At LYNCUBUKO So. 4 only connect with R & A. It. H..' for Richmond. Leaves Lynchburg 2:50 p. in . arriving Richmond 9:06 p. m. At BUUKV1LLE No. 2-ocly conneoU with R. k D. R. R . arriving Richmond 12:16 p. m. daily. Koti No. 4 do s not connect via Burkeville for Richmond , - ' At NORFOLK, with Bay Line Steamers dailv except Sundaj, for Baltimore tbenre rail to Phil adelphla and New York ; with Old Dominion tsteam era. on Mondays, Tuesdsvs, Wednesdays and Sat urdays for New York, and on Tuesdaya and Fri days with M. k M . T Co. for Boston and Provi dence.: , . NEW RIVEH DIVISION." ' ' "(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.) Westwabd 6 05 p in Arr Central 6 I D Lve....;. New River. ..Lve. 7 45 a m ... 758 ... ""i 8;44-' ... " 8 07' .'. : - 8 30 ' . 8 4t ' :." " 9 5-J S Ol 4 3 'J 4 IS 4 03 9 51 i 3 19 '1 50 SUyttde . . .Ripplemead . .. .....Wenoosh :. . ... Narrows..,., :.' Adairs. ... '. .... Oak vale ... Pocahontas... . JOlVt 'm ...Arr. 1168" Uf All inquiries ? as to' Rates, Routes, 4c promptly answered. , ii you are going to travel, dn.p a letter or pos tal 10 . LU:.- HULL, PaRaeneer Agent, Lynchburg, Va. . H. 8AND9, OenT SuJTt, Roanoke, Va. A. POKS. O. P, 4c T. A., Rhoaneke, STa tabtSI RELIABLE SELF-CURE A favorite prescription of one of tM fcioet notd and succ&tui specialists " l"0.;:2' (now retired i for thcureof Artwt MtettUttjf, Kt in ss'Mwi. I'eS,.eeaul beija UpiJuo isalv-tltuvree. ijruttiii.uicsjiaUUi, Aortal CH. WARD & CQ.,' UimUftss Mo. rn3 -' sT- 1 If You are Going WEST, NORTHWEST, . ' ; "': or'SOUTHWEST, .mj3sr. if i4fiQ4.jcv.: ! 3 If'L. tX - 13E SURE YOUR TICKETS READ VIA THE t I ' ; ' '--'. i The First-Class ;:nd Emigrant Tassengor's i FAVOEITE. AtBEUT B. Wersv, P. A.; Atlanta, Ga. W. L. Dahuey, G. P. &. T. A., ! . !,;-.. r.-j-'" Nashville, Tens . W. T. Rogers, P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn obtained for new inventions, or for improvements on old ones, for medical or other compounds trade marks and labels . caveats. Assignments, Inter ferences, Appeals, Suits tor Infringements, and all all cases arising under the PATENT LAWS, promptly attended to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE UEEi ? ; D L? TLTT T?T b-v Ue latent Office may tXUOLiKjllhlJ still, in most cases, be pat ented by us. Being opposite the U . S. Patent De partment, and engaged in Patent business exclu sively, we can make closer searches, and secure Patents more promptly, aud with broader claims, than those who ore remote from Washington, i I IV V IT IV 'IV IP v en1 U8 a modejor sketch IIN V Tji 1 UJVOnf yourdevice: we make laminations and advice is to patentability, frez ofchargb. All correspondence strictly confiden tial Prices lew, anu NO CHARGE UNLESS PATENT IS SECURED. ' Wercf"ir; Washington, to Hon. Postmaeler- General D. M. Key, Rev. F. D. Power. The German-American National Hank, to officials in the U. S. Patent Office, and to Senators acid Represen tatives in Congress; and especially to our clients in every State in the Union and in Canada. i Address C. A. SNOW & CO. i Opposite Paten toffice, Washington, D. 0. For Choice Family Groceries GO TO W. M. WILMETJ? DEALER IX Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &e, Sole Agent for tbe Light-Running ' DAVIS SEWING MACHINE; rJrScwing Machine NEKDLE3 of all kinds, OIL, sc , constantly on band. Highest market price taid for all kinds of Country froauce. MAIN ST.Y MOIIUISTOWN, TEJJN. Jan 4 62 -lj ( r .A;.- m&mwu VESilASLSFILL, Secure Healths action to the Livei and relieve all bil ious troubles. . Purely Vegetable; KoGripinj. Priee 25s. All Srcgjistj Virginia midland RAILWAY On and after Sun 'ay.October 14 '1883, Passenger trains will run as follows: SOUTH iTrain 60. train 52 iTrain 54. ; BOUND. MAIL. EXPRESS; LOU. EI. Washington (Lv ) 8 38 a. m. 10,35 p.m. 4.50 p.m Alexandria, . 9.00 , " 11.00 " 6.15 " GordonBville(ar ) 1.05 p. m. . 9 00 4 Charlottesville, 1.20 " . 2.45 a.m 9.05 " Lynchburg iar.) 3.50 " 5.20 Danville, 7.16 8.07 " North Danville, 7.2a " 8.10 " ; NORTHBOUND. Traiu "..Train 53 Train 55 M L. EXPRESS LOU. EX. North Danville(le) 10 15 a.m 10.30 p.m. Danville, - 10.17 ' 10.S2 " Lynchburg, (le.) 1.3 . p. m. 12.50 a m Charlottesville, 4.30 ". 3 00 " 3.10p.m GordoHsville, '. 3.30 " 3 05 " Alexandria, (ar.) 8.55 " 7.15 " 8 45 " Washington, 9 20 " 7.40 " 7.10 " Mail trains South bound, connects at Charlot tesville, with Chesapeake and Ohio R. W. East nest; at Lyncnburg, with Norfolk and Western K. R , through Southwest Vircinia to Nashville. New Orleans, Memphis, Little Hock and Texas, and at Danville with Richmond and Danville Railxoad. to South and Southwest. Mail train North bonnJ, connects at Lynchburg with the R. k A. R W. for Lexington and Nat ural Bridge, and at Charlottesville with C. k O. It. W. for Staunton, Clif t. n forge and into modi- ate points . Express trains South bound, connect at Char lottesville with C. & O. it. W. for the West and at Dad ville with R. & D . it. W., for all points in South, Southeast, Southwest, aud East. Ei press trains north bound connect at Charlot tesville with O. k OJt. W. for Richmond, Staun ton, White Suiphur, Cbarlestou and Huntington. For Fairfax C, U . daily connections at Fairfax station. Trains 50, 1 and 54 connect to and from WAR RENTON daily, and train 53 daily, except Sunday, io sua iroin narreutOD. 11 , FRANKLIN DIVISION, daily, except Sunday, leave Rocky Mount 7:30 a. m ., arriving at Frauk lin Junction 11:15 a . in. Leave Franklin Junc tion 6:10 p. m., arrive at Rocky Mount 10:09 p. m., making close connection atFranelin Junction with mail trains 50 and ol, also with local freight trains to Lyncntiurg and itenvme. -MIXED TRAINS, have Alexandria daily, ex cept Sunday, 4:00 aud a. in,, and 11:55 p. in., returning arrive at Alexandria 7.00 a. ra., and 3:00 uud 10: JO p. m. Mixed train leaves. Alexandria daily 4.30 p. m. Returning, arrives at Alexandria 3;30a. ra. , MANASSAS DIVISION, daily, except Sunday: Leave Washington 8: '15 a. m. Alexandria 9 05 a. m., arriving at Strasburg 1:10 p. m., connecting with the Vai.ey Road i4 and West, and at River with Shpn. VaU R. R. for Louray and Waynes boro. Returning, leave Strasburg 2:00 p. m.t arriving at Alexandria (5:25 p. ni. and Washing ton 7:10 p m. , , MIXED TRAINS le;ve Alexandria daily, ex cept Sunday, 4:45 a. m., airivicg at Strasburg 3: 30 p. m Returning, li ave Strasburg 5:00 a . in., arriving at Alexandria 2:50 p. m. Leave Manas sas 10:55 a m. daily except Sunday, arriving at Strasburg 4 30 p. m ; returning, leave Strasburg 6:00 p, m daily except Saturday, arriving at Mau-tD-sas 11:55 a. m. -. -s For Middlc-burg, connection at Plains station. - ' For Upperville, couu.-c:ion at Delaplaue. - ruilmau sleeping df-a a twe' u JNew xorK snu Atlanta on . Mail ? trains, north - and sonth bound without chunge on'y oue change of cars be tween New York and New Orleans New Orleans Sleei lug Cars Have- Washington 8:35 a. m., running through without change -' I allmau Sleeping ;ars between Washington and Augusta, Oa , witbuut change on 10-35 p. m. train, via Grettnsboro Charlotte and Columbia Solid trains with Puliuisn Palace Cars attached run through between Washington and Louisville, via btaunton and vijit bnlpnur. daily. . All trains make good connections, at Washing ton, to and from Nona snd West. Through tk-kfcU at lowest rates to all important points in the United States. , ; ' . !! J. S. B. THOMPSON, ' ' Asststaut General Passenger Agsnt . W. M. S. IUSN, Eugand Supt. octal How Lost. How Restored' ' Just published, li new edition ' of Dr. Culver weli's Celebrated Essays on 4he radical cure of SDermrtorrhoeaor Seminal Weakness, Involuntarj Seminal Losses, Impotence, Mental snd Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc , also, Couhumption, Epilepsy and Fits, induced by s elf iudultfence, or sexual extrvgance, ko. - The ct-lebrated author, in this admirable essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' success ful practice, that the alarming -consequences ci self- bnse may be radically cured; pointing out a made of cure at onw simple, certaiil and effectual by means of v,h? h every, sufferer, no matter what his cud :i-u may be, may cure hiiuself cheaply, pi ivt -f a J raliL'ally. This Letar suouiii o in iue nanus oi every Toutb and every miu in the laud. .:'.- , Sent under so!, iu plaiu envelope, to any ad dress, post-paidon rei-espt ci Bix-ceats or two postage stamp. Address ' '" The Culverwell Bletlical Uo., . . 41 Ann St., New York, N. Y; Podt Omee Box, 450. , , ; . Out. 10, W. L. ROGERS. ROC: 3 WHOLESALE i Q xi o r D e a Sour Mash Lincoln County hiskeyr Copper- : tilled Corn,' Rye 'and Bourbon Whiskies. APPLE BRANDY n SPECIALTY. Cash Customers not Rejected. Quick Sales ami Small Profits. ' Thankful to our friends they will continue with us. GAY STREET, - for Orders Solicited and Satisfactio7i Guaranteed. Knoxville Foiflry aM Maeliiiie Co. Successors to ROGAN, KELLEi' & CO., - MAUtJFACTUEEES OE MILL GEARING " OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Circular Saw Mills, And MkinSi of Castings for vp right Saw MOU and Carnages. Steam Engines Built and Repaired HOLLOW-WAEK A SPECIALTY. AND THE NICEST AM) BKST MADE IN THE SOUTH. 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JOHNSON & CO., BOSTON, MASS- lirailliilM JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIFslENT I'ZJrW'rtfc; Neuralgia, Influenza, SoreLunps, Bleeding at the I.uiigi, Chronic Hoarenet,liacklnff Conon, Whooptuc I'ougtv Chronic Kheumatiam, Chronic Uiarrhoea, Chronic In-sentery, Cholera Morbua, Kidney Troubles, Ileau of lbs . Spiu and Lame Back. Soid everywhere, bead for pamplijet to I. a. Johksok k Co., Boston, AI.iss An English Veterinary Snrgeon snd Cltctnist. now traveling in this country, says that most of the IJorse and Cattle Powders sold here re worthies trash. He says that Sheridan's Condition Powders are absolutely nnra snd hhraenselv valuable. Nothing on earth will male hens fv.l to 1 pint food, bold every where, or sent by moil for j ' !' i, Manufactured by tSAC A. SHEPPARD & CO., Baltimore, r,d. - For Sale by VVM. CCrFMA,N & SONS, Knoxville, Tcon W. C. r-ERSY ,'.&.-;FEH ;V-s. JC 6 Sc - : v. Dis their . liberal patrona horn KNOXVILLE, TENN. oct37Sly. 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