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Ths UcrristoTTn Gazette. WEDNESDAY. Jk.16. 1834. AGRICULTURAL. nireetlon far r YTorlc on the Farm.- in tl C.anlcn. Or chart! and Poultry Yanl, by Practical Afrncui- turisU. - ". . FAIIM WOUK. , frmm IWelTs lertiUlr Pamphlet. Coo-J rdutios should be fortn edfrrria j this' first month of the yar. Nw books should be. open ed, at lcaat tiro a day entrjr-book or diry, with a cash account at the end, and aa account book between the farmer and ,the farm. In the first, cTerr'-dav's work ahonUl be entered .Hi UU;cf- weather, the tnenev received and jiayedoa, with the name of those to whom raid or from received. The second book should charge the farm with inter est 6ri Its entire cost, the amount of stotl Implements, etc., and all the additiens to the same during the year, and also with every expeuse incurred On its account; and a credit acounVkw"inS the"" actual value of advantages furnished by the farm aeli as house-rent, fuel, milk, bat ter, vegetables, meaU, fruits ana keen of pleasure horses, etc, all at market riee!, and also every cent . t of DroIuc. tc. sola irom iue iarra and t!efca!ance between these debt and credit accounU will show wheth er the farm w a spaying iastitution or not. . Stock. See tbat stock of all kind are well cared for, provide warm clean quarters for each kind, will r.Uatr of bcddiu?. Have water in abundance, accessible at all time i toibU, and as a concomitant have the barn yara oi sumcieni size, ui alwsvs well littered, botu lor pur r-e of making manure and that the rattle and horse may always hotlrvand Iras from discomfiture f wet manure and filth. rU(r.Vo rowell'g Finely (iroand l'Jaster Ireely Dy sowing ovr stable fleors, manure heap and barn yard at least twice a week. Tobacco. Whenever tbe'seasons' mme. attend to the "strippine" and conditioning of this, crop. Plfwinj. Should e done on al sutler turf liiid-when the weather and state of the ground permits such land can be at this season plow cd when it n wetter than in spring time. The snows fertilize, and the frosts will pulverize. Farm implements. Gather all these and have them cleaned, oiled, painted, pot in thoreogh repair and lockeJ up in dry piac ler usewuen ever hereafter wanted. Ice. (lather this, and eccuro J full supply for next year, when any nnertnmtr presents ilseir, aever neglect a freeze until you have ob tained Your supplr. General icork. Sec uring firewood, facing material, grubbmg.draiuing, cleaning up fields and feace rowa, fencing, iu all suitable weather When the ground is too frozen for such work, snake the teams active in hauling in place feuce materials etc.. and cettinj in a supply of prov ender. If the rads are good shell up all the cern reu have for sale and sead it la market. lZemember, corn less bv shrinkage alone, from January to September, not less than ne-fifth and nome close ebservers put it at one-fourth. Corn sales are unsuallr better in January than in any month of the year. During this month the West is not so formidable a competitor against the Siuth in this product. FItUIT GARDEN AND OR CHARD. In most parUef the United States operations in the soil are now at a stand still. Now is the time te lake plans for the season's work so that there mar be no delay- when the planting season opens. If ne plantings of fruit are to be made get now the catalogues el reliable nur ssry men and make your selection so as to give your order in advance of the busy season. Other things bemsr eoual jrive the preference to a narsery man near by, as you will be able to get your trees and plants in better order than if brought from a distance. We name a few ef the bo-t varieties of fraits, aad would advise beginners to plant only a few sorts of the beet kinds: ..Ar files. Karly- Harvest, Red Af- trakan, Maiden's Blush, Follawaldu, Albemarle Pippin, Roxbury llosette. Peart. JJsaarre (nffard, Bartlctt, Siokcl, Flemish Beauty, Clapp's Favorite, Bergen, Lawrence, Easter Ileurre. Fetches. Arasden, Troth, Early York, Mary's Choice, Crawford, Late, Oldmixon.Saiock, Heath. . Cherries. Early Richmond, May Pake, Black Tartarian, Napoleon, Elton. Itms. Green Gage, Golden Drop, German Prune, Damson, Tond's Purple. I Quinces, Apple, Ilea's Seedling. VEGETABLE GARDEN. Although not much can be done at thin season it is a very rood time for these farmers whose wives ap presiato a well-stocked vegetable f garden, to resolve to gratify the adies in that particular, and a!o to plan ut just where thegardeu spot is to be and how It is to lie managed. so tbat in the busy spring and sum raer no time shall be lot in study ing out details.. To this end we propose to give some serviceable Lints which, we trust, may serve as a stimulus to those who have hith erto been neglectfal of this the best cerner of the farm. The garden is simply "a Uttle land .well tilled," and, bulag well tilled and well ma Bared it is not to be occupied with crops that will grow dnyirie on the farai. It should be the nearest geod pieso to the bouse, aad, for convenience in cropping, its sides should be paralled and much longer thsn brea j. Then, if only a few articles are to be sown or planted the rows sheuld run lengthways, making less turning fer a plow or cultivator; but when, as is mostly the cae, considerable variety ts wanted, the rows will naturally b shorter and more numereus. It will be hard to convince thoe farmers 'jaan Jer fertilizers on the poorest poUocr the farm that the natnrally rich garden plat should bo made and kept the most artificially rich spet on the place; but so it should be, even on general principles, to say nothing of the more valuable products peculiar to the garden. It is impossible to rais good, succulent vegetables withoat a liberal supply of manure, aad it is equally impos sible to raise them te perfection on undrained land. - rOULTRVf., No stock on the farm will prove as profitable, or pay as largo a per centage upon the amount invested as Poultry, properly attended to and cared for. There are three essen tials to be observed to insure success and they are: judicious care, proper feeding, and cleanliness. If a strict system is followed tho poultry, on the farm may bo rendered a valu able source of revenue, resulting in great profit te the farmer, and tho farmer's family may well afford to enjoy on hia own table the ex cellent and health-promoting diet of eggs and - poultry, instead of so much deleterious pork meat. This month tho fowls should all bo in comfortable quartcrsi bouse sheltered as mush as the situation will allow from the northwest winds, and it should have a sash or two on the east and south sides, and ventilation sheuld be had through an aperture in tho roof. Draughts on the fowls while roosting, at this season, induces croup and other dis eases. All tho early pullets should new be laying, and it -will bo neces sary to go around and gather tne efo-s two or three times a " day to prevent their cracking open with the frost, which will teach the fowls to commence einr-eatin!r. a habit once contracted is very demoraliz ing and exceedingly difficult to break. For this reason it is always bst to make the nests away from tho light, in fact arrange them so that they will be quite dark. The diet should be varied as much as possible. We have found it a good plan U feed, as soon after daylight as possible, soft feod made of cooked vegetables, turnips or potatoes, mashed kins and all to which should bo added corn meal and best wheat bran, and sufficient scalding water should be thoroaghlv stirred through the mess to have it mix to a crumbly consistency, so that it may be made up into balls without much adhering to tho bandi Ground oats may be used two or three times a week in place of the meal and bran to good advantage. At noon utilize the table scraps, pounding the bones fine on a large stone in the heu. house, which should be kept for the purpose; also give the fowls a crushed turnip or carrot, or loose head of cabbage it is better to suspend the cabbage just on a range with their heads. At night whole grain should bo given either wheat or corn, the latter preferable this month. Very cold evenings it is well to put the corn on a stove in a suitable vessel and give it a good warming and feed while .it is y.et warm. Water must bo provided don't depend en snow and ice eat- . I .1 . I T t .1 ing te nuoncn ineir inirsu ii iue driuking vessels are well greased isside, the ico that may freeze in them is easily gotten out.. Broken oyster shells or gravel should be in a box nailed arrainst the side ofthe building, fixed, however, so the fowls cannot roost thereon, and a good dust bath, where the sun will shine upon it. FRIENDLY ADVICE TO SWEARERS. Robert J. Burdetto: Nobody cares for the swearing of an habitual swearer, liis volleys ot proiamty have no terrer in them. I hey mean nothing. It is the man who never swears who scares you out oi j-our boots if once iu a hfetimo he does swear, oo ir as we can learn Washington only swore once during all the eight years of the Revolu tionary war. liut that one time counted. It turned back the tide retreat, changed a rout into a vie tory and mado thinrs hum. But the fellow who swears ou all oeca sions, and swears Jiot and cold with the same mouth, the intellectua pauper who ekes out his barren supply of ideas with an abundant crop of profanity whoso conversa Uon is a long chain of mill pnvi leges, and who talks as a beaver works his swearing is weak, tire some, disgusting. So, if you want to swear with any effect, my boy be very seldetn about it I3e exclu sive in your profanity. If you can't get along without it, bring it out occasion a II, like rare old family diamonds; don t keep it running six or eight hours a day, like the kitch en hydrant. And you wen t bo offended, my eon but if you will observe closely you will perceive that young men, boys, fledglings of about your age, swear more than men more fre quently, and more awkwardly, with ess point and direction. A man be comes ashamed ef it. It belongs to the cigarette and matinee period of if, my boy. It is a habit that flourishes in the bread-and-butter days, along somewhero between the high school and tho college, and while the blue ribbon on the diplo ma is bright. It beloners to what rack so aptly calls the "unsalted generation, tho fresh -oung man. So put it away, and put on manly things I know some good men, some of the best in the world, who will con found it, and even - dog-gone it, and and in New England even a deacon has been known, under a terrible strain, to "condemn." But as a rule, my son, dn t do it Don t. It isn an evidence of smartness or world a m iy wisdem Any loo l can swear. And a good many fools do it -1, my son? Ah, if I could only gather up all the useless, uncalled for, inef fective swears I have dropped along tho pathway of my life, I know I would remove "stumbling-blocks from many inexperienced leet and my heart would be lighter by a ten than it is to-day. But if you are going to be a fool just because other men have Keen' oh, my son, what a hopeless fool you will be! " The fact ef tho matter is," says tb New Orleans Times Democrat, that protection is at present just as necessary to the material interests of the South as it was years ago to tho .Worth. CAREER OF HALL. AMANDA P.AUOIITE8 OF A GOVERNOR AJJD L'MTED STATES SE.NATOB RESCU ED FROM THE WORKHOUSE ' AT DAYTON. " Datto.v, O., January C. -The romatic, "kut sad, career of Amanda Hall, who was sentenced to the werkhouse last month, has just been brought to light by the appearanee of Councilman Linceln, from Pitts burg, a relative, who rescued her from degraded position aud has taken her to his home. Amanda, who has been knewn here only by an assumed name, is the daughter of a gentleman who was governor f this State, a member of the Unit ed States Heuse of Representatives and Senate, and a distinguished of ficer in the war. Her father is now dead, and his death is said to have been hastened by tho wayward life of his favorite child. Amanda pos sessed a genial disposition, and her rare beauty, accomplishments, and exalted social standing, caused her to be courted by leading gentlemen ofthe nation. She was the recog nized belle of her native city, the capital of her native State, where she dwelt while her father was governor, and was a queen of socie ty at Washington when she resided there. Her parents desired her to marry a wealthy man whom sho did not love, audio please them she promised to wed him, but on the appointed day eloped with a man named Pfaul, much her social and intellectual inferior, who afterward cruelly, deserted her. She wrote her parents, asking forgiveness, and permission to return home, but they coldly turned her away. Alone, disheartened and penniless, she fell, and, as a last resort, entered a house of ill fame, in a W estera city. She came here two years ago from Col umbus, but drifted from bad to worse, and for the last year was in tho lowest dive in tho West End. While here 6he became involved in a difficulty and was arrested for asMsnlt and battery, for which she was sentenced te tho workhouse. For the past few years her relatives have been scouring the country for her without success, but finally learn ed of her whereabouts from a letter written by her to former friends asking assistance. One of her sis ters'is the wife of a millionaire in Pittsburg. Tlie New York Tribune says Bob In garsoll liss quit delivering Tagan lec tures because he finds he has lost friends and reputation ky them. We thought he had quit in dixgual because the Al mighty did not seem to pay much atten tion to his captious criticism and heaven was go:ng right along the same aa usual. Peter Co per was hardly in the grave before the New Yoiktrs started a fund the object of which was the erection of a 133,000 kUtue. The amount collect ed o far i f 4.617 and the projoct lan guiahc s. TUE WEEKLY WORLD. Tho Weekly World, eight pages, 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 6tirring 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 be taken to make it reflect tho general news of weekly occurrence. A SPECIAL PREMIUM. To every subscriber 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 newsboy's who have evidently seen thepieture ot the three Christian graces, and get one up of thoir own decidedly unique and taking. 1 his picture is a liausome coppcr-plato on-clear. inicic wnito paper, ana I4xis in ches in size. No. 2 is a handsome chromo representing the Rock o Ages, the Cross and Crown and the Transfiguration. It is 17x22 in chca, executed in the highest style of tho art and will be an addition to any home. One picture and the paper given to Jan. 1. 1885, for only one dollar. CLUBBING. We have perfected arrangements by which we will send the Weekly and the ipint ol the J-arm for f 2.40. lhis 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 that of the picture, applies to all subscribers. Address, The World, Nashville, Tennessee. THIS PAPER - IK OLUB WITH ODEY'S " UBY3E0DZ wiu b wot for ooe yer to any tddreMi or tha recaipt of $3.10 wblch should ! Mot to tba pucliaber or I no 3IIrlM' town titizetto. 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The Lkdoii for the year 1(M4 will continue to be The Oreat Family Paper, fuU of good and In teresting reading. i Ko amount of money stands In the way of our employment of the very best and most popular writers. ' . Now if you want a paper that has something in it something t amuse, to entertain, to instruct the beat and truest love Bto.it a, soon l, wholesome doctrines about right and wrong, and an infinite variety- of interesting, agreeaole and diverting articles, aubacribe for the Ledqeb. The cost ia nothing compared to the value or what you get. Our Terms for 1 884--Postage Free. Single ecpies, $3 per annum ; four copies, $10, which ia $3 Mi copy ; e!ght copies, $20, postage free. The party who sends ns till for a club of eight copies, (all Sent at one time) will be entitled to a copy free. Poetmaatere and othera who get up clubs, in their respective towns, can afterward add single eopi-e at $3 60. No subscriptions taken for a leas period than one year. t tev-We employ no traveling agents. Addreaa all communications to I ROBERT BONNER, Publisher, : Corner of William and Spruce sts., NeW York. NOTICE. rrmE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST 1 in at Turlev'a Mills between the subscribers, in the mercantile business, under the firm name of J. F. Ooodsom A: Co-was by mutual consent diaaolred ou the 16th day of July, 1&1. The debt owlog to the firm and all ita liabilities will be set tled by the firm only. uecernDer ttn, loni. , J. V. GOODHON.. DANIEL TURLEY, D. CUNNINGHAM, isroTiCE. ON THE 17th DAY OF JULY, 1883, THE 8UB eenbera entered into partnership at Turley'a Mills, Tennessee, in the mercantile busineas, un der the firm name of i . tr. uoomoM uo . ana will transact a general mercantile business an solicit a share of public patronage; J. D. Cun niniham. a member of the former firm of J. F Ooodson a Co. retiring, the former firm of J. Goodaon A Co., prior to the 17th of July, having no connection wiib the business of the present firm. All former notices of dissolution and the formation of a new partnership, is superseded by this notice. December 2tU, lHVi. J. F. GOODSoN. DANIEL TURLEY, THUS FULTON. - JaaS-Jw 'Pfl-Gei TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER. nnrf MALARIA. From these aotuoea ariee tiree fourths of the disetuvea of the human ruee. These evTODtom Indicate thelrexwtence : Iea ot Appetite, Bovrele eoatlre. Sick Head- awxie, Iixlineaa arxer eaxinar, aurugn w i.rtion ef bodr or mind. Ernctatlor of foYxl, Irritability ot temper, Xew spirits, A. reelltta; or Urn-ring negieetea eoane duty, Dixxlaeaa, I" latterinrattn Heairt, Iote before the eyes, hlglily col or eel tlrlne, CONSTIPATION, and de mand the uae of a remedy that acts dlreetly on the Llvec As aLlTer medicine TtTTT'S HILLS liave no equaL Their action on the Kidneys and Skin la also prompt; remOTlng all lm purines Luroagn itieso in re a tagtn of the ayatem, producing appe tite, sound digestion, regular "tools, a clear skinanaarigorotiaDoav. it ' cause no n&oses or griping nor interfere) with dally work and are a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. Sold everywhere, a."Ve. Ofiiee.44 MnrrmySt..N.Y. TUTTS HAIR DYE. Grat Hats or "Whiskers changed ia- stantlT to a GLOS8T Blaoc by a single ap. plication of this Dtb. Sold by Druggiata, or aent by express on receipt of at. Office, 44 Murray Street, New York. TOTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FEEL Eclectic Magazine OF Foreign Literature, Science, and Art. 1884 40th YEAR. Tbi Eclectic! Maoazi.k reproduces from for eign periodicals all those articles which are val uable to American readers. Its field of aelection embrace all the leading Foreign Reviews, Maga- bimb, ana journals, ine aaoscriber ban In thia way, in a compact form, the best work of the ablest writers in the world. Ita plan includes Science, Essays, Reviews, Sketches, i'ravela, Poe try. Short Stories, eto., etc. The following lists comprise the principal perl- Odicala from which aelection a arw made and the names of some of the leading writers who con- tribute to them : . , . PERIODICALS . AUTHORS, i Quarterly Review, Brit. Quarterly Review, Edinburgh Revi.w, Westminster Beriew. Rt.Hou.W E Gladstone. Alfred l'euuyaon. Professor Huxley, - . . Professor Tyndall, Rich. A Proctor. B A Contemporary Review. Fortnightly Review, The Nineteenth Cent'y. J. Norm. Lockyer,F.R.8. ir. w. b. UaruenUr.i K. B.Tylor. , Prof MaxMuUer, Professor Owen. ' Matthew Arnold . E. A. Freeman, D. C.L. 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The Eclectic eompriaes each year two large vol umes of over 7otl pagea. acb of these volumes oouuUus a one steel engraving of permanent value. TERMS Single ooplea, 45 cents ; oris copy, one year, $3 00; fiveecpira, $30 OU. Trial subaenp ttou for three months, fl.. The ECLECTIC aud any it 00 uimgaxiue to ooe address, $8 00. 11 It. PELTON, Purlisueu.' 2S Rood Street, New Tork, fh fl , eVS f TUTTPS East Tennessee, Virginia J and Georgia Railroad , T IM E -TABLE. 'In Effect December 30, 1883. "' (Ckstbai. Standard Timk.) I - : , . .; rJDally, ,j , Daily i. Eastward, I i ' No. 36. No. 2. No. 4. Lt ChatUnooga 13 10 p m 7 40 p. m At. Ooltewau... 13 48 p m. 8 12 p. P " Cleveland... 140pm 9 00 p. m C3iarkaton.. 3 09 p m 9 27 p. m Athens.... 3 44 p m. 10 OU p. m " Sweetwater.- 17 p m. 10 28 p. m London i . .-. - i 3 45 p m 10 63 p. m " KnoxviUe... 4 60 pm. 11 55 p. m Lv Knoxville..'. 6 00 p m. 12 05 a. in Ar 'Morristown. - 88 p m. 1 S3 a. m 44 Rogers v. J..i j 7 28 pm. 3 07 a. m 44 Oreeneville.. 8 16 P m 3 47 a. m 44 Jonesboro.. ' - " 9 14 pm. 3 39 a. m 44 Johnson's... 9 84 pm. 3 56 a.ru 44 Bristol. ,i 10 30 pm. 4 47 a. m . Daily Dally Westward. ' " ' No. 35. No. 3. No. 1. Lv Bristol . 11 15 pm. 10 10 am. Ar Johnson'.. . 13 06 am. il 08 in. ' Jonesboro... .' 13 24 a m. 11 29 a m . 44 Oreeneville . 1 16 a m. 13 19 a m. 44 Rogersv.Jc. 1 153am. 119am: 44 Morris town. J 25 a in. 152am. "Knoxville.... ' 4 00 am. 3 35 a in Lv Knoxville... 4 15 a m 3 45 am. Ar Loudon 5 17 am. 4 48pm 44 8weetwater.. 6 42 am. 6 12pm 44 Athens 6 10 am. 6 43 pm. 44 Charleston... ' 6 48 am. 6 15 pm. 44 Cleveland... 7 40 am. 7 00pm. 44 Ooltewah.... 8 09 am. 7 34 pm. ' 44 Chattanooga! . 8 45 am. 8 IS pm Ohio and North Carolina . . Divisions. Daily -No. 35. .11 50 a m 3 10pm . 5 00 p m . S 10 pm .5 47 p m 6 07 pm . 6 68 p m . T 23pm .' 8 00 p m -.810pm . 9 05 p m . 9 20 p m Daily No. 37. ' Westwakd. Lv. Warm Springs 44 Morristown.... Ar. Knoxville...., Lv. Knoxville 44 Ueiskell'a 44 Clinton 44 Coal Creek 44 Carey ville ..... 44 Buckeye ....... 4 Elk Valley 44 Newconib. ...... 5 00 5 35 6 53 6 20 6 39 7 01 7 26 8 05 8 15 a m a m a m a in a m a m a m a m a m Ar. Jellioo . . Daily No. 36 5 50 a m . 6 02 a m . 6 28 a m 7 01 a m , 7 29 a m , 8 10 a m . 8 86 a m . 8 53 a m . 9 25 a m . 9 50 a m 11 60 a in . 1 50pm D.iiy No. 38.. 6 45 p m 7 13pm 7 30 p m 8 08 p to 8 25rp m 8 45 p m 9 13 p m 9 34 p m 10 10 p m Eastwabd. Lv. Jellico . 44 Newcomb . . 44 Elk Valley 44 Buckeye .... . 44 Carey ville....; 4 Coal Creek 44 Clinton .... . 4 Heiskell's.....;. Ar. Knoxville Lv. Knoxville 44 Morristown,... Ar. Warm Springs. CONNECTIONS. AT CHATTANOOGA with railroad lines diverg i lug, making direct, close connection for all ; points North-west, West snd 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 Kuoz i ville and Augusta railroad. AT JELLICO with Louisville and Nashville RR. for Louisviile and Northwestern points . AT MORRISTOWN with North Carolina DivUion i for Warm Springs, N. C, and all Western and ' Middle North Carolina points AT ROGERS VILLE JUNCTION with Rogeru- vill and Jefferson railroad. AT JOHNSON'S with East Tennessee and West- em North Carolina railroad. AT BRISTOL 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 and Shenandoah Valley Route. AT- WARM SPRINGS with Western North Caro lina railroad for Ashevil'.e, Morganton, States vilie, 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 Orleans and Washington via. Atlan ta, Cleveland and Lynchburg. Also Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between Knoxville and Louisville on Nos 35 and 36. Also on Georgia Division have Pullman Palace Sleeping Car through between Chattanooga aud Jacksonville, Fla. Also on Alabama Division on Trains Noe. 1 and 1 have Bleeping Care between Cleveland and Montgomery. A. POPE, G. P. ft T. Agt. KnoxviUu, Teun. F. K. HUGER, Sup., Knoxville, Tenn. JOSEPH GOTHARD, A. G. T. A , Knoxville, Tenn. dec20 82 tf Norfolk & Western Railroad. Time Table in effect Jan. 3, 188-4. WESTWARD DAILY.' Tims : . . " Suilfd. No.l. No. 3. Lv Norfolk 8:30 am 44 Suffolk 9:20 am Ar Pet'sburg 11:20 am Lv Pet'sburg 11:26 am 44 Burkeville ' 1:16 pm 44 Farm ville 2:00 pm Ar Lyachburg . 3:55 pm Lv Lynchburg 2:15 p. m 4 10 pm 44 Liberty 3:20 p.m . 5 01 pm " Roanoko 4:55 a.m . 6 11pm Ar Big Spring 5:40 a.m 6 53 pm LvChris'b'g 6:15 a.m 7:27 pm 44 WythevUle 8 07 a.m 9 25 pra 44 Marion 9:25 a.m 10 80 pm 4 Abingdon - 10:30 a.m 11 38 pm Ar Bristol 11:00 a.m 12 OS am CONNECTIONS. Leave Norfolk 8:30 a. m. and 3 15 p. m . Arrive at Richmond 12:46 p.m. and 6:10 p m. Leave Richmond via RAP. RR. 7:20 a. m. and 5 25 pm. Arrive Norfolk 12 00 m. and 9 30 pm. Leave Kicbmond via R. ft A. R. R. 9:25 a m. Arrive at Lynchburg 3:50 p. m. Connecting with No. 3 for all points South and west. Leave Kicbmond via B. ft D. R. R 10:55 a. m. Arrive at Burkeville 1:10 p. m Arrive at Lynch burg 3:55 p. m. Connecting with Train No. 3 for all points south ana 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 8. V. R. R. to Chattanooga without any change;; .-, . - - T,me . EA8TWABD DAILY Eastern stan- No. 2, No. 4. ; dard. ; ., , - -: Lv Brietol 11 40 p.m 5 67 a m 44 Abingdon 13 19 p.m 6 26 a m "Marion 1 25 a.m ; 37 am Wytheville ' 2 30 44 8 39 a m 44 Christ 'b'g 4 33 4- 10 19 a m 44 Big Spring 4 67 44 10 57 a m 44 Roanoke 5 55 44 11 40 a m "Liberty 7 17 -4 ; 12 41pm Ar Lynchb'g . 8 00 44 1 30 pm Lv Lynchb'g 1 65 44 . Farmville 4 00. . 44 Burkeville ' 4 88 ' 4 '' Ar Pet'sburg This .- Train 6 30 " : Lv Pet'sburg makea no con- 6 40 44 44 Suffolk . nactionsbeyond - '8 4C 44 Ar Norfolk I Lynchburg 9 30 44 .CONNECTIONS. . No. 2 has sleeper Macon, Ga to Baltimore with out change via Roanoke, and Western Maryland Bailroad. No 4 has sleeper Chattanooga to New York with out change via 8 V KB and liar ris burg. At LYNCHBURG Mo. 4 only connects with V. M. R. -R. for Washington and the East. Train leave. Lvnchhnrfl. 1 :M dailv. At LYNCHBURG No. 4 only connect with K ft A. R. R. for Richmond. Leaves Lynchburg 2)0 p. in . arriving Richmond 9:00 p. m. At BUKKaVILLl No. 4 only connects with It. ft I. R. R . arriving Richmond "7:15 p.m. daily. Not No. 3 do. a not eouuect bevonl Lynch- NEW RIVEK DIVISION. (DAILY EXCEPT 6USDAY.) : Eastwabd. Wkmtwabd. 6 05 pan Arr . . o 44 Lve... s oa . 44 ... 4 89 441 44 ... 4 IB 44 4 03 44 44 ... . . . . Centra . ...New River. ,i. SUytide .... , .RippVmead. .. ' .'...Wenonah ...Narrows. ..Adair- ... ... ..Oakvale . Pocahontas...., ..Lve. 7 45 a m .. i T58 44 ,Vi.41 & 44 44 , 9 07 " . yso4 0 41-4. 3 SI io s m 44 f 52 44 " il 1 50 1 , 44 10 25 a m .Arr.Jl 68 44 tw- All inqniriea as to Rates. 1 Routes. &e promptly answered. If you are going to travel, drop a letter or pos tal to ALLE3 HULL, Passenger Agent, Lynchburg, Vs. H. BAN 1)8, Oen'l Supt, Koanoke, Va. POPR.' Q. F. T. A., Rboanke, Ta : ' B'.SfTA'Wat. Riverside. tVl. The dry climate earns. Mom. lhnatki. Luna, full idaa, D6 pK route, eoat. free. r.iARniAGPiss !U1 that the doubtful eerkrasor thouchUul east to 3w, .1vh and guilt biadiasSO eta,paper S5c,aTar. ' . -!!, Cnlda, 114 p l.JO.aeat anltd. moor or strs,b .. I.'l l!t ITTIEri tK CH 8TR5ET. ti. Villi Mitt! CiMClktWATI, ohioL I 1 1 h creacaiieciMiist. Karvoual-'MUiiiy.inipeiiiaieiitar to !hti:. ( elation Had Pnmrhlet frJ if You are Going; ...;; V V. Is , 'd ; ft! ' ; NORTHWEST,,:;- or; SOUTHWEST, YOUR; TICKETS READ VIA;,TIIE S., C;l;;L Railway, TlieFirst-rinsand Emigrant ; Passenger's FAYOEITE. Albebt B. Wbknx, P. A.; Atlanta, Ga. . , W. L. Dawley, G. P. ft. T. A., ' Nashville, Tenn . W. T. Rogeks, P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn i,.83f3Sg,o-'v o. sac.oSa- ?r aw SB a 2 ' 5 3 .-O X JO'tD'C o M Wim INDIAN Secure Healthy action to the Livei and relieve all bil- ""g troubles. Purely Vejetitle; Ho C-ripiig. Trice 25c All Ernsti VIRGINIA MIDLAND RAILWAY '. On and after S-t nday.Octobpr 14 1883,' Passenger trait;s n ill run as follows: 30- ao; fsfiSsw ; I: - I : SOUTH l lia.u 50 Train 52 jTrain 54. BOUND. I MAIL. EXPRESS LOU. EX. Washington (Lv ) H 38 a. m. 10,33p.m. 4.50 p.m Alexandria', ' ;.00 44 11.00 44 l5.15 " GordonavUlr(ar ) 1.05 p. m. 9 00 " Charlottesville, 1.20 44 2.45 a.m 9.05 44 Lynchburg var.) J.50 - 44 5.20 4' Danville, . 7.1(5 44 8 . 07 44 North Danville, 7"-- " 81u " NORTH BOUND. Train 51-r T"in 53 Train 65 . ML. EXPRESS LOU. EX, North Dauville(le) 10 15 a. m 10.30 p.m. . Danville, 10 17 44 10.32 44 Lynchburg, le.) 1.2 p. m. 12.50 am Charlottesville, 4.30 44 3 00 44 3.10 p.m Gordoneville, ' 3.30 44 3 05 44 Alexandria, (ar.) 8.65 44 7.15 44 6 45 44 Washington, 9 'JO 44 7.40 " 7.10 " Mail trains Suuth bound, connects at Charlot tesville, with (hesaiake and Ohio R. W. East West; at Lynchburg, with Norfolk and Western R. R , through .Southwest Virginia to Nashville, New Oi leans, Memphis, Little Rock a'nd Texas, and at Danville with Richmond and Danville Railroad, to South and Southwest. - Mail train North-bound, connects at Lynchburg with the R. ft A. R W. for Lexington and Nat ural Bridge, and at Charlottesville with C. ft O. R. W. for iStaunton, Ciiftcn Forge aud inte-medi-, ate points . Express trains South bound, connect at Char lottesville with C. & O. R. W. for the West and at : Danville with R. & D . R. W., for all points in South, Southeast, Southwest, aud East. . , Express trains north bound connect at Charlot tesville with C. ft O. R. W for Richmond, Staun ton, White Sulphur, Charleston and Huntington. . For Fairfax C, H . daily connections at Fairfax station . , - Trains 50, SI and 54 connect to and from WAR REN TON daily, and train 53 daily, except Sunday, to and from Warrenton. FRANKLIN DIVISION, daily, except Sunday, leave Rocky Mount 7:30 a. m., arriving at Frank lin Junction 11:15 a. m. Leave Franklin Junc tion 6:10 p. in., arrive at Rocky Mount 10:09 p. m., making close connection at Franfclin Junction with mail trains 50 aud 51, also with local freight trains to Lynchburg and Daunile. . MIXED a .RAIN S, have Alexandria daily, ex cept Sunday, 4:00 aud 9:29 a. m,-,and 11:55 p. m returning arrive at Alexandria 7.UO a. m., and 3:00 anaiu:jup. m. Mixed tram leaves .Alexandria daily 4:30 p. in. Returning, arrives at Alexandria a;ao a. m. -MANASSAS DIVISION, daily, except Sunday x.eave asnington 8: 15 a . m. Alexandria .05 m.", arriving at 8trasburg 1:10 p. m connecting with the VaLey Road East and West, and at River with Shen; Val. K. R. for Louray and Waynes Doro. returning, k-ave Strasburg 2:oo p. m arriving at Alexandria 6:25 p. ju. aud .Washing ton 7:to p.m. M1MU TRAINS- leave Alexandria daily, ex oept Sunday, 4:45 a . in.; at riving at Strasburg 3: Jtip.m tieturuing, leave Strasburg 5:uoa. ni arriving at Alexandria 2:50 p. m. Leave Manas sas 10:65 am. daily except Sunday, arriving at Strasburg 4 30 p. m.; leturuing, leave. Strasburg o:uu p, m aaiiy except Saturday, arriving at Man g8as ii:aa a. m. For Middleburg, connection at Plains station For UcDertille. connection at DolaDlane. Pullman sleeping Curs b twern New York and Atlanta on Mail ' trains, north and south bound without change ouiy one change of cars be tween JNew xorlt and New Orleans . , New Orleans Sleeilag Cars leave Washiugton :. a . m.. running through without change . Pullman Sleeping Cars between Washington ana Augusta, Ua , without change on 1035 p. m, train, via Greensboro Charlotte aud Columbia Solid trains with Pullman Palace Cars attached run through between Washington and LouiBville, via Staunton and White Snlphur, daily. ' All trains make grod connections, &. Washing ton, to and from North and West. Through tickets at lowest rates to all important points in the United States. J. 8. B. THOMPSON, Assistant General Passenger Agnt : W. 51. S. DUVN, Eugnd Supt,-- octal IN CIIANCEItT AT M0IIRIS .' Vm town.. V v.: : , .sjv, ORIGINAL BILL No. 401. ' Vm . A. Howell Executir of Robert Lloyd, de- ceaseu, vs. itooert a. Lloyd, n. a. uiiuiore, J. L. Gilmorei A A Carter, Maa-y F. Carter, H. James, Jane James,- T. Davis, Martha Da- Vis, H; (i. Moody, 1. 4. Lloyd and W. AV Lloyd- -,. '-, THIS; CAUSE IT APPEAR- ing from the allegations of complainant's bill. which is sworn to, that the defendant, W W. Llo d, is a non-resident of the State of Teunesee. so that the ordinary i rocess of the law cannot be served upon him.; It is therefore, ordered, by the Master that said non-resident deiondaut. w. w Lloyd, appear before the Chancery Court at Mor ristown, Tennessee, ou the - - ' ; ' Th ird Mon day of J a nuary'n ext, ami xilciii, answer or otherwise make defense to salrt Dill, or tne same win be lafceu for confessed, and seC'for' hearing ex-pabte as to him. It is further. ordered t at this notice be published fos four eousrtiutive weeks in '1 bk Moaiiioiuw.N Ga ZPTTE. This Doc. 17, 1S83. . i-Atroecopy. Teste; JOHN MURFHEY, Deaemoer ib- wss.j . , 'C.M; .V LECTURE. TO YOUNG MEN ibiS'-iTiiE tloss of'. I ; ' ' A Lecfitre on the Nature'Treatment. and Rad ical cure of Seminal Weakness, or Spermatorrhoea, loauoea ny. su-Auuse,. invoiuutery iimisnons, Impotency, Jiervous liebility. and Impediments to Marriage generally; Consumption, Epilepsy and Titi ; Mental and Phv steal Incapacity, Ac. 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