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THE MOltlilSTOWN- GAZETTE, JANUARY 0, I 884.
Ths Morristown Gazette. " WEDNESDAY, Jax. Msii. Mrs. Lack try, doting iter Kccnt en-gjf-roent in Washington, visited the Capitol. It is said the entered Ihe pri Tte gallery, nJ in a few mom-n sen ator Bayard was observed to fasten bis ejes to the f pot where ber brown silk costume wis wisille. Tben be jumped op nimbly, and the next Ihlnjf wu seen seated ky ber io the gillery, conversing with ber, while serentj-seen senators looted on enviously. Tben the senator, it is further slated, escorted ber around the caf itol, explaining that aenator But ler wa cunaidered the beauty of the Senate. Mrs. Lngtrj trailed sweatly. and aaid abe bid beaid that Delawaie rId some peaches. " Sb does, in deed, raise some peaches, remark-d senator Ha yard, 'and watermelons too.' Lxk Out far the Scratch ! A c ' respondent of the CrveltU 0'y Senti nWthus s-riously addree a Mr. die through iu columns: "Mr. Eiitor: 1 wish to mike an inquiry through yeur pajer by asking Exklel Ca one q-iea ion, and I want a speedy anawer I u t lerataud that tb itci ia raging Ui Fro z J" 11 P. Sli'.k eiick d iirt enbrier. an 1 tail a ler ats hare mads the a?U arance in Cuestnnt Bluff Mr. fj.s is i bia true? Pk-..e? answer thif.t!U the frntinH and ot!lze ynm friei.d, II. II HI l ilOICz OF WEAPOSS. oXEiKMR.CAllI.ILt"! EARLY EXPLOT HE MXLINT-STO IKiUT A Dt'EL WITH CLAP-BOARDS. lUmiUoa Ohio Seas It is not icneralljr known, but it in iu'YcrtueieM a fact, that Hon John (I. Carlisle, speaker elect o conrv, nnco challenged our fellow townsmen Mephcn Kaston, to mor- ta cum bat. under the rule and rv 'illation of the cole duello. It a;Ivarj that tlic old firm of Owen Lane A: I'yer had placed an account in tin bandit ol -Mr. k arlisle, tiien a i initio practitioner at the Ken- tacky bar, tlir collection. Mr. Car li"!e t-oilovted the money.it is said bat tailed to make a return of it Alter repeatedly soliciting arefundet without succe!. Owen-. I.ane A . e - ii tally brought suit airain! M - '"arii-ie tor the amount anc seeun d a judgment. Subsequently sar I a:ie aligned the judgment t S: p!u-:i Katon. 3Ir. Kastoi. "t ured t!if m rvices of Allan Kin- lit- r then ir:uti.inf law here, and between tii. in thev at once inaugur ate I a hot ioge against Mr. Carlisle I'.r tlx ni'HU'V. That geutlrmai was in days f-tincwhat of a onvi vi;uit. he -viil a ereiiiptor '.u!!ciio to Su plien. 1'he latter n ii I he accepted the thai len-'e ciiecrl lilv. However be said t :.ut. inanuieli as ho was almost blind, it would be unfair ujton tin part of Mr. Carli-do to expect bin t mii t iiiin upon the uual condi tion and with the customary weap ons ordinarily employed in attain of mh-Ii a character. Moreover, a he was the challenged party.be had a right, under the code to name the place and make ths choice of weap ons. He, therefore designated I5os tou common a.s the locality, the wvaposis to b clapboards. Mr. I -ist-mi never beard from Mr. Car lisle on the subject afterward. mtk:: 24 nouns of p;:ayei:. A WIJMtW I IN PINO $Jl:.'lfO WII1C1' uru ii:ai ui sam hai himk.x i::ko!:e his heath. A special t" the lioaton (ibbt troi.i Akron. Ohio, f the l.'th f-ays Ii.;rri;ii Iunoii lived fur many year in Hir.ckiey. Mel:na county, t hin. an I :irnase considerable pro- -rty. .-.t of which was in cash. ! i not trust his money tothe kic; of a bank, but bid it alut ! - a u j icmi-es, keeping the bib i.c' secret even from bisovtu .'"u.toiy. A short time aj;o he told his wile that he bad hidden alut .s..o .. o in money, and that pretty .ii he would inlorm her where it was. that in case of his death sdie would know where to look lor it. He neglected to do this, and attouta week a he dieI of aixtplexy. Af ter h'.s death an examination of la I: paKr showini that lie bad $33."),' Ob in money all hidden aiout his preiu ies. 1 ne ruo-t morougn fearcn 1 failed to reveal the hiding place, and I the widow be can to despair. 1 hen I site was impressed with the notion that if she prayed with faith the j l.orl would direct her to the place I a V I where the money was hidden, un l Wednesday he prayed all day and I all night. On Thursday mornini; I "he was ifijpel'.cd to go to the bee- '.:vi. whiv-ii tHd oi a bench neai I '. i..(.ie, and in the excitement ol I . -.,. -.!.. ii .ii h kiHK kcd tvcr one i! I 1. a- nivc. di-K-ioMiig to her view 1 1 . I t ! ot a iK-nch with a pile ot green- I backs of large denomination ujon I it. A search under tho other lnvcf resulted in finding a total of $ir,". In the allerno.ni one of the family dropped a bunch of keys through the barn tbor, which necessitated taking up a plank to find them, and when the jxmng man put his band down be struck a halt iralloii fruit I jar, which he pulled out to hud part .... . 1 ly filled with gold pieces. Other jars and a gram bag were also found contauunggol 1 and silver, and w hen it had all lecn counted the total fig ured up an amount of over $213,000. The widow was overjoyed, and in her statement to the correspondent aid she beocved that the discover- a ies were in direct answer to her prayers. THE GREAT QUESTJ0X. OriNIOX 0E A DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL OF UKORGIA. Frtm the Macon Telegraph and Messenger. The Democratic party will be forced to fight ou a platform of Tar- i;r tor revenue only. It wa badly I tvhij.ped on tlii-j platform, and soemsl not to havo learned wisdom from h tVat. It i-t ouito af to nav that tho voting jviwor ot the country will not ncCt-pt the tlatform. Tbe rinant-ial rvnver of the North, the Ka-f,and the West, in our judgment, i-i equal to the ta-k ot deleatin auy c andidate tlr tho i're-idency who s'lall ad it Wattorson'n cry a.t the ehibbo.otu of the party. . A toatn.an'a autumnal tort" The h'M J.'owt of Summer. When lovers quarrel, what pres et! nu ij on either Jo arc not re turned ? TLo kisses. G I Bit ALTAIC. This rocky promontory, three miles in length and three-quarters of a mile in average breadth, forms the southern extremity of Spain. It is situated at the end of a low pen insula, which connects it on the north with Andalusia. Five and a half miles distant across the sea U the Spanish town of Algesiras, be tween which and Gibraltar lies the Bay of Gibraitar,ealledaIioth Bay of Algesiras. The rock is composed of gray pri mary marble, deposited in a strata from twenty to f jrty feet thick. The surface near the ea, is sandy and red ia appearance; higher up, the rock is covered only with short and scanty grafs and moss. Seen from sea, its aspects is uninviting, the whole appearing denuded f trees and verdure; nevertheless, there are grassy, wooded glens in the nooks of the mountains. There are no springs of fresh water on the rock, and the inhabitants are therefoio compelled to depend on therainfall. A graphic writer sa3S of this mighty rock, with its vast fortifica tions and powerful batteries, well called imjregnable and defiant of the dcJdructibility of man: "Pufsinj: the fortifications on the southern ioint, wo steered north ward into the bay, and whatseemed an entire city, with iU buildings erected upon terraced work, rose before us. I his, however, only proved to be the suburbs of the fortress. ."soon Smth Gibraltar was reached, nnd as we passed we saw under the shadow ot tho frowning guns many pleasant country residences with their picturesque white walls and green abutters. From one of these Tillas w had, looking over the Algesiras Bay, a beautiful view of the city, Tanfa and the African coast. But the most magnificent view of all was obtained after land ing and ascending as far as possible the southern point of the rock itself, whicli was enveloped in a sea ot'fog and tipped with the sun's first rays. "Passing soldiers and artillery, we reached the irreat waste on its summit, where the vines of the wild ueumb.T creep over irrav, forbid- ling boulders, or l"e themselves in the crevices of the rocks. Away below lay the deep green sea, heav ing and tossing in the early morn tnir sui;s!iine. Jn the distance we had a glimpse of the dark moun tains of the north, the Malaga Bay and the whole coast of tho Mediter ranean. Suthward rise the African (ighlauds, and at a distanco of eleven miles, Ceuta, the Spanish city n the African coast. Our next visit was to the fortifications, which ire mostly excavated in the solid rock, where, from a small group ol buildings, sheltering part of the garrison and their families, we were scorted by two soldiers through vat galleries of solid rock into prisonlikc vaults, one moment lost in complete darkness, acd the next emerging into open passages with the blue ky atavc. I bo entire rock is covered with tho most for midable batteries. It was a fatiguing journey to flag-house, the highest iHtint of the rock. The road descend ing from thence leads past a great cave, whose singular stalactites, at an immeasurable depth are very in-. terestmg. Io the northwest, a fort, built in the time of the Moors, may still Ik seen, but it has, as it were, ,'ruH ii into more recent fortifications and walls which line the rock from sea to summit. At sunset every Itodv is behind lock and key upoi dihraltar. I lie sig nal gun is tired." the gates of the tortress are closed and all communi cation with tho outer world is sus pciidcd till sunrise. 'Ihe present name of this sea commanding promontory originated from the Moorish Gibel larif (Bock of Tarif) after the Moorish chief who came to conquer Spain, and erected a fortress on this mountain. Charles , when it fell into Christian hands, had the fortitica tions enlarged and improved by an engineer from Mrasmirir. ine English made themselves master of it in 1704, and it has ever since remained in their jossession, not withstanding the efforts of their enemies to regain tiusi mportani Key to the Mediterranean." Illustrated World. Joaquin Miller's pen picture of editor Iseirne: Desperate? lall, Kaaaiwa gaunt, bony and bloodthirsty 7 U iiy, Ciod bless your soul, he is the sleek- est, sleepiest, lest fed, fattest, best natured looking editor in the United States. His blue eyes tire as mild as a child's, lie looks and acts iike a great big green boy just out of school. And, intellectually, he looks as if, like myself, he had never been quite ablo to enter into familiar re- lationswith the multiplication table, or even any high degree of mental arithmetic. Permit me to say here, by way of parenthesis, so that my friends in California may not bo un- eay on my acrount, that before this sketch is published I shall eon my way either to London or ban rran - CISCO. When is a wall like a fish? When it is scaled. The ship everybody likes Good fellowship. "The people of Tennessee," says the Memphis Avlanche, "pay 14,000,000 pcrann'um in direct taxes to the Federal Government under the internal revenue sj-stem, and it will be interesting to know What our Dojnocratic Representatives in Con gress propose to do about it. Will they vote to retain this relic of wai f and continue this anti-American system of collectmi' revenue with all its com plicated machinery ofepks and infbrmei? We whall cee. It is only three years ao since the Dem ocratic party with preat unanimity denounced thia nystcm .as . uncon stitutional and an outrairecus op. predion upon the people." VI rr Garrett, a well knowi cl iztn f Cwla C'iiy, G., beni UU wif am- t t.M'eath on Hie I ic lit of t! e 2 th ( cause the attended church, tie had pn -bibifen tier from rniviini; a Iiomm worship, but she tlinoSrynl, and He brule follow cil ai.J fotcihlr I aj:"i her liem the building in the preacne of the c ngrcttt m. lit- best her fi iM fa ly Itli chili, ami il j feared s 'it will die. lie escaped. THE WEEKLY WORLD. I Tho IVeekly IVorlJ, eight pages j forty-eight columns, containing the ! fullest 'and latest market reports, choice homo reading, fresh tele graphic news from all quarters of the globe, will be sent from now un til January 1, 1885. for one dollar! The record made by tho World as a democratic journal is ample as surance that a full epitome of, the stirring political events to occur during the organization and session of Congress and the subsequent presi dential canvass will be given in full each week, and pains will bo taken to make it jfleet the general news of weekly occurrence. A SPECIAL PREMIUM. To every subscrber a special pre mium of either of the following pic tures will be presented: No. 1 The (scape) Graces, it being a represen tation of three rollicking newsboys, who have evidently seen the picture of the three Christian graces, and get one up of their own decidedly unique and taking. This picture-is a hadsome copjter-plate on-clear, thick white paper, and 14xl8i in ches in size. No. 2 is a handsome chromo renresentincr the Bock of Ages, tho Cross and Crown and the Transfiguration. It is 17x22 in ches, executed in the highest style of the art and will be an addition to any home. One picture and the paper given to Jan. 1. 18S5, for only one dollar. CLI'BBINO. We have perfected arrangements bv which wo will send the Weekly and the Spirit of the Farm for f 2.40 This new agricultural paper is con ducted by practical farmers who un derstand the needs of the Southland, and will be a valuable addition to every farmer's household. This offer, as well as mat ot tne picture, applies to all subscribers. Address, The Worlp, Nashville, Tennessee An Illinois Daner 8aVS that Father Time has laid aside his BCythe and mounted a mowing machine. A recent Parliamentary return shows that since the year 1850 six teen baronetcies and thirty-four knighthoods havo been conferred uihmi the physicians and surgeons ol (treat Isritain and Ireland. Fishillli: First boy ''did yOU caic . iiyiu...S. oWu UUllI i fcot uuiuv,. "Mamma!" Cried a five-year-old t. T .inrto. tn mul-A ni v ili-.Il n i j r - . Imnniit il ita n.-m nut fi nmp nF ,,' 1 pants. A little four-year-old boy On be- in" asked bV IllS mother if he WOUld n,t i;L- t,. I. in iinfri.1 nnl l.rn wings, replied that he had rather be a hawk and live on chickens. A fond mother, hearing that an earthquake was cominir sent her 003-8 to a friend's in the country to escape it. Aller a few days she received a note lrom tho friend say ing "For roodntM sake, take vonr ItovA nwav And send alonf that J .1 1 : 0 wu"T"'nl bimon Cameron is just starting on a Southern tour. Ihe old man may now discover how fearfully he has lied about us in the days gone Envelope, letter head, bill hetti!, statements, card, circulars, posters, e., printed cheaply at this tthce. TBI CENTURY Prog raiuuic lor 1883-84. The programme- for the fourteeuth year of this magazine, and tlie third under the uuw name, ia 1 anything mum interesting and popular tnau ever, nnuevrry season, lue Ccutury suoas decided gaiu in circulation. The new volume bo- gins witii Noveuibt-r, sud wbeu possible, subscrip tions should uegin itu tnat issue. Ine following are eonie of toe features ol tne coming ye .r: A ik.W NOVtL BV OEOtiOK W. CAlllX, tu mor or "Uia Creole Uays " etc , entitlua "Or. Sevier," a story of New Orleans life, the time be ing tne eve el tue late mvii Mar. -LIFE IN THE XllIU I tKN COLONIES," by r.Jaru a.ggl.-stou, separate UlustraUMl papers on subjects counected aitU the early history of this con u try . Tsui Sioaies bit Dkmby Jam as, of arying lengina, to Bpiear tnrougn the year. Ill Naw AsTaoMoM r, uutechuical articles, by Prof. 8. P. Lugry, Uvacribing the most interest- lug of reoeut dico. er.es In the sue and a tars. A NovaxatTK it II H . Botesek, author of ouonar, rU.. A vivid aud sparkling story. in a Ntwl.ii AatraiCAM Abchitkctubk, a seiirs of paira deariptive of the best work of American architect in Public Building. City aud Country Houses, etc. Io be profusely illustrated A NuTiutti ar huaur Ubamt, author of Confessions of Frivolous Girl," etc., entitled "An Average Man." a story of New York. Tub Ubkad-wisbkbh, one of the most remark ablenoviisof the dsy, to be completed in Janu ary. "Chbistiaicitt akd Wcaltsj, with other esaaya by the author of "Ihe Christian League of Con necticut." etc , on the application of Christian moral to the present phases of modern life. Coasting About tub Orir or St. Liwiikci, a series of entertaining articles, prof usely illus trated. 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CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York THE KNOIVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE CXOSISG, LEAVES IT8 OOOP WILL TO BUSINESS C0LIEGE For set eral years past we have successfully con. ducted our Business College at Knoxville, Tenn., but havinu selected another field of labor, we wil close our College in Knoxville, permaneiitly on June 16, 18M3, and resign our position as Principal and Teachers of the Commercial Department of the University of Tennessee. In retiring from our field of labor, we leave worthy succesor. Prof. Frsnk 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 I women of the South and West, who had anticipa- Kn0XTille or Neville Business CoHege, for h.v ing been identified with buMnesa education for more than twenty years, we feel we are capable of appreciating tne merita of these first-class co i. I legrs. Prof . Goodman haa been eminently successful ln pPepariiig young men for business, and demon- strating to the business world that Business Col rn 'each people now to Keep Dooaa correct ly, and transact business generally, for we have reliable information that within the past four months (he following named firms have applied to him for hia students to fill commercial positions. Gibson, Lee k Co., Chattanooga. Cowan, McClung It Co., Knoxville. Haynes, Henson k Wright, Knoxville Burr k Terry, Knoxville. . HiU k Waters, Lebanon Southern Moulding Co., Detroit, Mich. J. F. Smedley Jt Co., (formerly Ada, Ohio, now ot Nashville ) C.E. Smede Co., NashvUle. Bradford k Co., Nashville. Tennessee Journal of Education, Nashville. W. K. McEarland k Co., Nashville. Foitreich ft Co.. Nashville. A . Crone k Co ., Nashville. Prewitt, Spurr s Co , Nashville. Tax Collector k Assessor's Office. Nashville. Unquestionably the great present want of the South is a thorough and practical business train ing for be' young men, and in leaving our present field of opeiation, we leei.t our duty to tender our warmest thanks to tue people of tbe South in gen eral. and to the citizens of Knoxville in particular, for the liberal support we have received at their hands, and we would at ths same t me, in this pub lic manner, expresa our sincere desire, that the generous patronage heretofore bestowe l upon us, may now be translerred in full measure to our successor . We remain with kind remembrances, The Public's Obedient Servants, JONES & SONS. may 30 tf. POLL TORPID BOWELS. DISORDERED LIVER. and MALARIA. From these sources arise three-fourths of tbe diseases of the human race. These symptoms indicate their existence :& of ADietite. Rowels costive. tUclt Ilead- acbe, fullneii after eatlos;, aversion to eaertlota of body r mind, Kructsitlon of food, Irritabilityr of temper, Low spiriU, A feellns; of hsvrine; neglected some dntr. Ilzzluess,ITlnttertnir at the Heart, lots berore the eys,nigiuyeoi ored Urlue, tOXSTIPATIO.V, and de mand the use of a remedy that acts directly on tbe Liver. AsaLivermedicineTCTOrs 11 LJuH na re no eau&O. Xbetr sou on on tne Kidneys and Skin ii also prompt ; remorinjf all Impurities uirough these three "seaw naers of the vstsna.M producing- appe- tite, soand digestion, regular stools, a clear ekinandarlgorousbodv. TUTTS PIL.LJ3 eause no nausea or griping nor interfere run amiy woric ana are a penecn ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. Sold everywhere, a."Ve. Omce.44 Murray St.,N.Y. TUTTS HAIR DYE. Grat Hair or Whiseebs chanced in stantly to a GLOS8T Black by a single ap plication of this DTK. Sold by Druggists, orser.t by express on receipt or i. timi'o. 44 Aiiirmv oireet. new i oia. TUH'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FEEL Eclectic Magazine OF Foreign Literature, Science, and Art. 1884-40th YEAK. Ths Eclsctic Maoazikb reproduces from for eign periodicals all those articles which are val uable Io American readers. Ita field of selection embraces aU the leading Foreign Reviews, Maga zines, ana journals . rne suoscrioer naa in this way, in a compact form, the beet work of tbe ablest writers in the world. Its plan includea ncieuce, Ka-ays, Keviews, Sketcues, t ravels, Poe try, snort stories, etc., etc. Ihe fouowing hats comprise tbe principal peri odicals irom which selections ara made aud the uamea of some of the leading writers who con tribute to them : PERIODICALS AUTHORS. Quarterly Review, Brit. Quarterly Review, Edinburgh Review, Westminster Keview, Rt Hon . W E.Qladatone. Alfred Tennyson, Professor-Huxley, Professor Tyndall. Contemporary Review, Fortuigbtly Review, Tbe Nineteenth Cent'y, Rich. A. Proctor, B A. J.Norm. Lockyer,F.R.8. ir. w. u. carpenter, E.B. Tylor. Prof MazMuUer. Professor Owen. Matthew Arnold. Popular Science Review lilac k wood a Uaganne. Cora hill Magazine. MacmUlan'a Magazine. Longman's Magazioe, E. A. Freeman, D. C.L. James Anthony Froude. New Quart. Magazine, Temple Bar, 1. nomas Hughes, William Black. Mra Oliphant. Mii-s Thackeray. Cardinal Newman. Cardinal Manning. . Thomas Hardy, W. H. Mallock. Emile Laboulaye, Helgravia, Good Words, London Society, natoraty iferview. Tbe f pectstor, 7 be Academy, The Atbenasuui, Nature. Knowledge, etc., etc., Henri Taino; and others. The aim of the Ecleotic ia to be instructive and not aeusstioual, and it commends Itself particn- : larly to Uiat claaa or intelligent readers who de sire to keep abreast of tbe intellectual progress of tne age. . ' With tbe great increase of light literature, it la iu.portant that every family and every library should furmah some solid aud u Hern I reading. bucu reading Is lurnianed oy tne fcclectic. STEEL ENGRAVINGS. The Eclectic comprises each year two large vol umes of over )7u0 pages. Each of these volume contains a fine steel engraving of permanent value. TERSlS Siuule oipies. i cent : one copy, one year, fJ0; Ave copies, lU 0. Trial aubHcrip- Un lor three months, fl. lUe tCLKCTlO and MSA TUTTPS any ft bU magazine to one address, 14 U0. E. It. TELTON, rciiLisiiER. 23 Bond Street, New York. Hast Tennessee, Virginia CJftorffia Hail road and TIME TABLE; , ! In Effect November 1 8, 1883. (ClJfTBAI. StANDASD TlVC.) Daily I Daily Eastward. No. 86. No. 3.. "So. 4. Lt Chattanooga 13 10 pm. 7 60 p. m Ar. Ooltewaa... - 1240pm. 8 22 p. m " Cleveland... 108pm 8 SO p. m " Charleston.. 1 64 p m 9 29 p. m Athena 3 28 p m . 10 00 p. m Sweetwater. 2 64 p m. 10 28 p. m " Loudon 3 18 p m. )0 63 p. m " Knoxville... 4 20 pm. 11 65 p. m Lv KnozvUle... 4 30 p m. 12 05 a. m Ar Morristown. 6 57 p m . 1 32 a, m " Bogersv. J.. 26 p m. 2 07 a. m " OreeneviUe 7 28 p m 2 47 a. m " Joneaboro.. ! 8 21pm. 3 3 a. m " Johnaon'a... ! 8 38 pm. 3 66 a. m " Bristol. j S3 pm. 14 47 a. m Daily Daily Westward. No. 35. No. 3. No. 1. Lv Bristol " 1155 pm. 5 30 am. Ar Johnson's... 12 06 am. 6 28 am. Jonesboro... 12 24 a m. 6 47 a m. Greeneville . 1 16 a m. 7 37 a m. " Kogersv.Jc. 1 63 a m. 8 1 a m. "Morristown. 2 25 am. 0 12 am. " Knoxville.... 4 00 am. 10 55 am Lt Knoxville... 4 15 a m 11 05 a m. Ar Loudon. 5 17 a in. 12 12 p m. ' Sweetwater.. 5 42 a m. 12 41 p m. Athena 6 10 a m. 1 16 p m. " Charleston.- 6 48 am. 164pm. Cleveland... 7 20 am. 2 19 pm. " Ooltewah 8 09 am. 3(8 pm. Chattanooga, 8 45 a m. 3 60 p m. Ohio and North Carolina Divisions. Lv. Warm Springs 11 50 a m " Morristown 3 10 p m Ar. Knoxville 5 00pm Lv. Knoxville 5 10pm 500am " Ueiskell's 5 47 pm 5 35am " Clinton 6 07pm 563am " Coal Creek 668 pm 62Tlam " CareyviUe 7 23 p m - 6 39 a m M Buckeye 8 110pm 7 01 a m " Klk Valley 8 40 p m 7 26 a at " Newcomb 9 05 p m 8 05 am Ar. Jellico 9 20 p m 8 15 a m tASTWAEJD. No. 36 No. 3S. Lv. Jellico 550am 645pm Newcomb 602am 7 13 pm " Eik Valley 6 28am 7 80pm Buckeye , 7 01 am 8 00pm CareyviUe 7 29 a m 8 25 p m Coal Creek 8 10am 8 45pm " Clinton 8 36am. 9 13pm " Heiskell's. . . 8 5i a m 9 34 p m Ar. Knoxville 9 25 a m 10 10 p m Lr. Knoxville 9 60 a m " Morristown, 1150 am Ar. Warm Springs 2 50 p m 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 Divi.-ion and Knox ville and Augusta railroad. AT JELLICO with Louisville and Nashville RR. for Louisviile and Northwestern points AT MORRISTOWN with North Carolina Division for Warm Springs, N. C, and all Western and Middle North Carolina points AT ROGERS VILLE JUNCTION with Rogers rill and Jefferson railroad. AT JOHNSON'S with East Tennessee and West ern North Carolina railroad. AT BRISTOL with Norfolk and Western railroad, connecting closely for all Virginia and Eastern Cities, via. Lynchburg aud all Eastern, Middle and Northern States points, via. Roanoke and Shenandoah Valley Route. AT WARM SPRINGS with Western North Caro lina railroad for Asheville, Morgantou, States ville, Salisbury and all points in North Carolina. SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE. Nos. 1 and 2 have Leighton sleeper, between Memphis and Lynchburg. Nos. 3 snd 4 have Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between Chattanooga and New York, via. Shenan doah Valley route; also Pullman Sleeping Cars between New Orleaua and Washington via. Atlan ta, Cleveland aud Lynchburg. Also Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between Knoxville and Louisville on Nos f and 30. Also on Georgia Division have Pullman Palace Sleeping Car through between Chattanooga and Jacksonville, EJa. A. POPE, G. P & T. Agt. Knoxville, Tenn. F. K HUGER, Sup., Knoxville, Tenn. JOSEPH GOTH ARD, A. G. 1. A , Knoxville, Tenn. dec20 82 tf Norfolk & "Western Railroad. Time Table in effect Nov. 18, 1883. WESTWARD DAILY." Time - SUndatd. Ko. 1. No. 3. Lv Norfolk 8:30 am " Suffolk 9:20 am Ar Pet'sburg 11:20 am Lv Pet'sburg 11:26 am " Burkeville 6:00 p.m 1:16 pm " Farmville 6:56 p m 2:00 pm Ar Lynchburg 9:00 p.m 8:55 pm Lv Lynchburg 9:30 p.m 4 10 pm " Liberty 10:37 p.m 5 01 pm " Roanoke 12:15 am 6 11 pm Ar Big Spring 1:06 a.ni 6 53 pm LvChris'b'g 1:48 a. m 7 27 pm ' Wythevilie 3 42 a.m 9 25 pm " Marion 4:42 a.m 10 26 pm " Abingdon 5:44 a.m 11 28 pm Ar Bristol 6:20 a.m 2 05 am CONNECTIONS. 'No. 1 does not run between Burkeville and Lynchburg on Sundays. Leave Korroik 8:30 a m. ArWve Petersburg 11: 20. Arrive at Richmond 1:22 p.m. Leave Richmond via B.if. RR. 5:00 p. tn. Ar rive Norfolk 9;30 p.m. Leave Richmond via R. k A. R. H. 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. ft D. R. B. 4:05 p. m. Arrive at Burkeville 5:55 p. 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. S haa Pullman Sleeper from Wash ington via Atlanta to New Orleans.without change connecting at Roaaoke with Sleeper from New York via 8. V. R. B. to Chattanooga without any change. EASTWARD DAILY Time. Eastern stan- No. 2. No. 4. dard. Lv Bristol 10 40 p.m 5 32 a m " Abingdon 11 10 p.m . 6 02 a m "Marion 12 12 a.m 7 03 a m " Wythevilie ltd" 817am " Chrisfb'g 2 53 9 57 a m " Big Spring S 26 10 30 a m " Roanoke 4 20 ' 11 20 a m " Liberty 6 32 12 82 p m Ar Lyuchb'g 6 30 " 130pm Lv Lyncbb'g TOO " 1 55 " Farmville 9 05 " 4 00 " Burkeville 9 62 " 4 38 Ar Pet'sburg 12 00 p m 6 30 " Lv Pet'sburg Arrives 6 40 " " Suffolk Richmond 8 50 " Ar Norfolk 12 16 pm 9 30 " CONNECTIONS. 'No. 3 does not run between Burkoville and Lynchburg on Sundays. At tvOAisoais hob. 2 and 4 tor Nortb and East via 8. V P.R. R. At LYNCHBURG No. 5 only connects with V, M R. R. for Washington and the East. Train leaves Lynchburg 1:25 daily. At XxNCHBURu No. 4 only connect with R. ft A. R. R. for Richmond. Leaves Lynchburg 2:50 p.m. arriving Kichmond :uo p. m. At vukkville no. a only connects witn k. k D. R. R. arriving Richmond 12:16 p. m. dailv Note No. 4 do. a not connect via Burkeville for Richmond At NORFOLK, with Bay Line Steamers daily except Sunda , for Baltimore thence rail to Phil adelphia and New York ; with Old Dominion Steam era. on Mondays, Tuesdajs, Wednesdays and Sat urdays for New York, aud on Tuesdays and Fri days with M. AM. T Co. for Boston and Frovi dence. NEW RIVEK DIVISION. , (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.) Eastwabd. Wiwtwahd . 6 05 p m Arr Central Lve. 7 45 a ni 6 00 " Lve New River " "758 " 5 03 " ... Staytide .... ... " 8'44 " 39 " " ....Ripplemead... ... " 9 07" 4 15 " " Wenonah . " 9 30 4 03 " " Narrows. ....... " Jit" 3 61 am Adairs " 9 52 - S19 " " Oakvale " 10 25 a m 1 50 " " Pocahontas Arr.1158" AU Inquiries as "to Rates, Routes, ko , promptly answered. If you are going to travel, drop a letter or pos tal to ALLEN HULL, Passenger Agent, Lynchburg, Va. J. H. SANDS, GenT SupX Roanoke, Va. A. POPE, G. P.T. A Rhoaneka, Va . FREEI RELIABLE SELF-CURE A favorite preoptic ef ' 'f taost notd and .0cciUi 'J"'uiiZ; (now r-tired I for m cur o Aervswt ""bj AiiMt Dff, WARD V CO., Ueuisttaa, f J f. : i a If You are Going west, y::-. ':: NORTHWEST, . or SOUTHWEST, 13 E YOUR TICKETS READ VIA THE L 5 .1 5t. 1, Hai The First-Class and Emigrant Passenger's FAVORITE. Albert B. Wrens, P. A.; Atlanta, Ga. . W. L.Danley, G. P. &. T. A., Nashville, Tenn . TV. T. Rogkkh, P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn 3 ? S r-iS 5 5 ci Pa o - o ft 1 TJ: - Wm H-iiO a 9 S W Q"3 2l5" Spit - C o s ftl5S . II S7 WRIBHI'S INDIAN P7E.SIASL.FILL. 1113 Secure Healthy action to the Idvei and relieve all bil ious troubles. finely Vtgetifcle; Griplsg. Price 25c AH Brag-jiiU VIRGINIA MIDLAND RAILWAY Oa and after Sunflay.Octofeer 14, 1883, Passenger trains will run as follows: i hi I SOUTH iTia u 50 j Train S2 iTram S4. BOUND. MAIL. EXPRESS LOU. EX. Washington (Lv ) 8 38 a. m. 10,33p.m. 4.50 p.m Alexandria, 9.00 " 11.00 " 6.15 " Gordounville(ar ) 1.05 p. m. 9 00 ' Charlottesville, 1.20 " 2.45 a.ni 9.05 " Lynchburg ar.) 3.50 " 5.20 Danville, 7.16 . 8.07 " North Danville, 7.20 " 8.10 " NORTHBOUND. Triu Train 53 Train 65 M L. EXPRESS LOU. EX. North Danvflle(le) 10 15a. m 10.30 p.m. Danville, 10 17 " 10.32 " Lynchburg, (le.) 1.2 p.m. 12.50am Charlottesville, 4.30 " 3 00 " 3.10 p.m Gordonsville, 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 Charlot tesville, with Chesapeake and Ohio R. W. East West; at Lynchburg, with Norfolk and Western R. R , through .Southwest Virginia to Nashville, New Orleans, Memphis, Little Rock and Texas, and at DanviUe with Kichmond and Danville Railroad, to South and Southwest. Mail train North bound, connects at Lycchburg with the R. k A. R W. for Lexington and Nat ural Bridge, and at Charlottesville with C. A O. R. W. for Staunton, Cliftrn Forge and inte medi ate points . Express trains South bound, connect at Char lottesville with C. k O. R. W. for the West and at Danville with R. &D. R. W., for all point in South, Southeast, Southwest, aud East. Express trains north bound connect at Charlot tesville with C. k O. R. W. for Richmond, Staun ton, White Sulphur, Cbarlestou and Huntington. For Fairfax C, H . daily connections at Fairfax station. Trains 50, Rl and 54 connect to and from WAR REN TON daily, and train 53 daily, except 8unday, to and from Warrenton. FRANKLIN DIVISION, daily, except Sunday, leave Rocky Mount 7:30 a. m ., arriving at Frank lin Junction 11:15 am. Leave Franklin Junc tion 6:10 p. ni., arrive at Rocky Mount 10:09 p. m., makiug close connection at Franklin Junction with mail trains 50 aud 51, also with local freight trains to Lynchburg and Danville. . . MIXED TRAINS, leave Alexandria daily, ex cept Sunday, 4.-00 aud 9:20 a. m,, aud 11:55 p. m., returning arrive at Alexandria 7.00 a. m., and 3:00 and 10:30 p. m. Mixed train leaves Alexandria daily 4:30 p. m. Returning, arrives at Alexandria 3;30 a. m . MANASSAS DIVISION, daily, except Sunday: Leave Washington 8:15 a. va. Alexandria 9 .05 a. in., arriving at Strasburg 1:10 p. m., connecting with the Valley Road East and West, and at River withShen. Val. R. R. for Louray and Waynes boro. Returning, leave Strasburg 2:00 p. m., arriving at Alexandria 6 :25 p. m. and Washing ton 7:10 p.m., , MIXED TRAINS leave Alexandria daily, ex cept Sun-day. 4:45 a. in., atrivine at Strasbursr 3:- 30 p.m Returning, leave Strasburg 5:00 a. m., arriving at Alexandria 2:50 p. m. Leave Manas sas 10:55 a, ta. daily except Sunday, arriving at Strasburg 4 30 p. m : returning, leave Strssburs 6:00 p, m daily except Saturday, arriving at Man assas 11:55 a. m. For Middleburg, connection at Plains station. For Upperville. connection at Delanlaue. Pullman sleepms: Cars b tween New York and Atlanta on Mail trains, north and south bound without change ou'vone chance of cars be tween New York and New Orleans. - New Orleans Sleeting Cars leave Washington 8:35 a . m., running through without change Pullman Sleeping Cars between Washington and Augusta, Ga , without change on 10-35 p. m. train, via Greensboro Charlotte and Columbia' Solid trains with Pullman Palace Cars attached run through between Washington and Louisville, via Staunton aud White Sulphur, daily. Ail trams make good connections, at washing ton, to and from North and West. Through tickets at lowest rates to all important points in the United Slates. - J. 8. B. THOMPSON, ' Assistant General Passenger Agent. W. M. S. DUNN, Eug and Supt. octal UBook for S1.5Q Batch's Hand Book and Everyday Encyclopedia. A complete Mauusl of .Social and Burinesa forms. Contains matter equal to 3500 pages, octavo, of type ordinarily used.. 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