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THE MOilJllSTOWN GAZETTE, MAY 21. 1 88 4.
The llorristown Gazette. WEDNESDAY, Mat 23,1554. THE FARMER. . YKLLOTTS IX PEACIITKKES. Nashni Amsrlcaa. The American rajn: "Will somo of the American's fruit-growing rea.ler kind enough U it their iews brioflv on the following nint : 1. What i the cause of yellows in peach tree? Why are peach tree in Ten nessee, i claimaj. almest entire ly exempt frem the disease?" Having spent alout half f the latt sixty years of my life on larms in New Yerk where this malady often destroy whole orchards of peach tree., and half in Tennessee and 1 tVoria whore the disease is unknown, or little known, I will aH- wer your questions. The cause f yellew in peach tr-e i a Imn; para.ite whicli has the power to pa through the seed Pjd of the tree freru parent to ."!!" ri;r nd from one generation to awther of peach tret. Ths cx einptl'HJ.iif Tennessee jveach trees from this formidable plague is not dne to any peculiarity of foil or cli mate, hut to the fact that infected !ee I, l.ud ami trees hare been rcry littlo ii-ed r planted in the State. 1'nd.atly the germs of yellews can not l- scattered far and wide thro the air like thone of rut on wheat and thistle eod. Krem the alTe facts it follows if nnrryieu a 1 w a y propagate p-.t. h tre" with pure fcced and bud. thi hereditary parasite would die, never t revive when it foster par ei.t die. Smut, that tiiumcs all the half formed itarch, ami gluten in the maturing feeds of wheat, U a hereditary para-ite Uu time mre t.tianitfii and hurtful than yellows in peach trees. The vital force and value ot seed wheat are greatly im paired by uch parasites a rut, omut, JUs-ian and wheat flies. In a letter written by ilark II. Cock rill, dated Nashville, Aug. 2. 1S31, ta the imdersigte l, then Commis iener of Agriculture at Washing ton, ho v : "I am a grower of tut ton as well a of wul, and mv experiments in a Uw year past in cotton td prove clearly the immense yield as niu'naLIe Uf the vital force of seeds." In uiy letter to hint I had joken of the importance of lxth vegetable ! animal physijJgy to the fxrm ir. On this point he remarks: -I have devoted wore attentioo aid time to animal physiology than to vegetable. Vet I am Mrongly im proved with the importanco of tho latter study. Our growing Ilepuh lie should no longer delay farming a national agricultural society on a permanent b.SM." TLo N:ishvillc Banner of Au;ut 11. 1 ."!. copies from the Xational lnUUi-jemt-ee an article front this hand in favor of organizing a Na tional society to promote tho ntuJy and imjruveiucnt of agricultural plants, animals, need and fruit. The phenomena of cholera ad yel low lever in man, murrain in cattle, dNtomper in hor?e, rot in phcep, plague in .wine, as well as blijht and mildew in trulls and cereals and vt!!uws in peach tres, are best ex plained by the germ theory f Iis r;io. If the germ of the yellows in peach trees, or ch!ra ia man, were iudigciious to American cli mate and soil, thwte maladies wwuld bv MXteitdwd over the whole country and as (ntnwn as -oak and ino trt.' There was iio Akiatie chol era in the 1'uited State before IK'.J, nr wi the yellow iu peach tree kuuwu in the last century. This dieac and many oth-rs most hurt ful to man, his dome tiited animals, and ti every living plant and seed he propagate and cultivates may be prevented if not wholly extermi nated front the wrld by the proper -tudy of the vniidition under which, tlieir lite xi-t- and is jxjssible. Hash.i. l.k, m. i. fa km noti: roit 3IAY. Seed id evergreens mar now In wu. Shade the young plant trMi lite hut sua. Crafting may till bedoue, if care i taken nut to loosen the bark lroin e the sink, a it now will tdip easily. Fall l'ea. Try sticking them with Mire, a has been previously deeriled. and you will never use peabrt;h again. Insects. 1 he wb ot the tent! caterpillar are now etsily seen and shouuld be promptly removed a:d the worms destroj'ed. - Stra Wrriea should be planted a soon a NsitIe. Hciuove all rauners aud blossoms the first year, s-j that tho plant will grow strong. (rapevincs. The pruning and training ohould have been finished last mouth. Yiucs may be trained to a good length daring one season by pinching ofT the lower shouts and allowing only the top ones to grow. In another year they will send out lateral branches to bear fruit. If the canker worm moths have ascended the trees and laid their IS, they should, to destroyed by sprinkling the trees with JxudoM jmrplttr Parie greeu .tirrtd in ! water. KeP ttt powder "e4J njf. ed in the water, as it does not dis solve. Horseradish and Karly Cabbage A full crop of early cabbago may be grown between the rows of herse- radish. The cuttingotT the tops or the radish in cultivating the cabbage is so injury, as the cabbage will be taken ofT bofc-re the roots of the horseradish have made much growth. The curculie will sting peaches and plums almost as scon as the blessems drop. The only reutcdy yet discovered is to jar them Iront the tret, catch them on .sheets, and burn them. When plums ami peaches are scarce they attaik ap ples. If they only thin them out, they are rather a Wnrfit. Iluddod aid Crafted Tree-. lVach trees that were budded Ll ve.tr, and have -taken," should now bo cut off jut alve the bud. Apple tree which were -ratted in the top lat yeat , or previously, should have the uuhitdded branches removed by ilrfgres so n Ct form now heads frwnt th.fo budded. The Nursery and orchard. A the present spring has given u much uuprepitiou weather, many things which should have been don in last month have been unavoid ably deferred. Planting fruit trees may still be done, if your tree have Wen properly heeled in and shaded as they will not have much g'arted If any of them h-ok shriveled, placo the root iu water and they will soon plump out. lie careful to cut otT the end of all lacerated roots, and shorten in the top prttHrtion ed to lo-s ofrowts. He fore planting dip the rtU in a batter of soil so as to coat them well. This bring the soil in clos.r contact. ad insures their growth. A tier plaitting mulch around them with straw, leaves, shaving, or anything that w ill keep the soil moist. Tul'.mo. Keep the bods free from grass -and weed. Thin the plant by band or rake to stand one inch apart a near as possible. Fer tilize by top-drcing so as to push their growth. noti ait J rotates. l'lant jHta toe and sow the seed of beets, maugold-wurtz! aud ruta-baga. FACTS AHOUT NT.W 3II2XICO The grcatot length of the Terri torv, from north to couth is ::'..) mile and it greatest breadth from east lowest lill miles; its are is ji,- 201 uptro miUs. or ..'. -! acresThere is great diversity ofclim ate, owing to dillerence in latitude and altitude lotweeii different por tions of tho country. In the lowei plateau the summer days are warm l.ut not debilitating, the nights are alwajs ttxd and bracing, the eliinate throughout the Territory is so mild and equable combining dryness with purity, that many persons af t'icted by pulmonary aud other dis eases of a similar nature have teeted it with marked benefit and fre quently permanent cure. It is esti mated that there are in the Territo ry from lS,noo,mo, to Jo,uu(,iioO, acres of arable land or at least that much can be brought under success ful cultivation wheu a judicious system of irrigating canals and re servoirs shall have been constructed At present mre than three-fourths of all the waters of the Territory run to waste. The soil of the val leys throughout -New .Mexico is a riwh, sandy loam, light and porous and of surprising fertility. Corn, Wheat, Oat, and barley grows well on all parts, tho first named bcin; a staple product. The cereals do best in in northern district. and elevated plateaux: corn, vegetable and all kinds of fruit do best in the vallevs. the Yallev of the Ilio (iraude Pel Norte is admirably adaptedto grapeculture; and grapes do well on tho lower vally of the I'ecw and in manv other lurts of the Territory. Cabbage grow finely also onion and Irish potatoes are grown in the northeri: district, where toey yield onormouily; sweet Mtatfe ate raised in the Mf-illa Valley and at Fort Stanton, on the Iliu lionito and lluidoso, iu Lincoln j county; beets, radihes, turnips, parsnips ami carrots grw well any where, beans, peas, ami tobacco are aUo grown mecesh fully ; peaches, pears, and apricots do well from liernalillo down, ami the IVcos from Anton Chic down; melous of all kind grow to large prqortinii and of the most delicious tlavor. Tho most valuable timber is pine, which is confined chiefly to the mountain districts and the high rolling lands. Fitch, yellow and spruce varieties, grow to a large t-ize and make ex cellent timber: cottonwood, walnut, locust, box alder, and tugar-tree are found aloug the streams and canons of the inountaius; also live oak of small size, and a peculiar species cf cedar, called iu the Territory "ju nier;" the nut pine, or pinion, is alo abundant, and furnishes good charcoal aud firewood. Tho popu lation of New Mexico has doubled in thirty years. At the timo the United States acquired the country the native jopulatien was about three-fourths Mexican, or Ilispano Americans, and one-fourth Pueblo aud other Indiaus, with a very few Germans, French and Americans. To those original elements Lav. bcca ,cj,4 a c,n5,Jf raUo nurabep of Irish, German?, Belgians, French, Spanish, and Americans. There are twelve counties. Santa Fe has about G,r()0 inhabitantss Albuquer que about 5.000, Las Yegas, Mesilla, and Silver Ciiy from 3,000 to 4,000 each, and eigfct or nine growing towns with 1,000 or more inhabi tants. Kducation is in an indiffer ent condition. According to the most recent reports there are about 2'N church organizations of the IIo- mau Catholic, and some twelve or fifteen organizations of other de- nominatiou. Chicago Inter- Ocean. AN ANii:iS TOUCH. Hough natures and careless lives often show surprises of redeeming kindnc. An instance of this vic tory of tho better feeliugs, in the presence of innocent want, is re lated in the San Fraimisco Xeics Lttter. A little girl of nine or ten years old entered a placo which is a bakery, grocery and saloon combin ed, and asked for five cents' worth of tea. "How's your mother?" asked the loy, who came forward to wait on her. 'She's hick, and aim had any thing to eat to day. The Ikv was then called to wait upon some men who entered the saloon, and the girl sat down. In a few minutes sho was sound asleep, and leaning her head against a bar rel, while she held the nickel in a tight grip between thumb and finger. One of the men saw her as be came from the bar, and after asking who she was, said : 4Sav. vou drunkards, see here! Here we ve been pouring down whisky when this child and Ler mother wants bread, lie re a two- dollar bill that says I've got some feeding left." And 1 can add a dollar," observ ed one. "And I'll give another." Thev made up a vollection amounting to fivo dollars, and the sjiokcsman carefully put the bill between two of the sleeper s lingers, drew tho nickel away ami whisper ed to his comrades: ".list lok there the gal s dream- in ! So she was. A tear had relied from her cleed eyelid, but on the face was a smile. Tho men went out, and the clerk wulked over and touched the sleeping child. Sho awoke with a laugh, and cried out: "What a beautiful dream! Ma wasn't sick any more, and we had lots to eat and to wear, and my hand burns yet where an angel touched it!" When she discovered that her nickel had been replaced by a bill, a dollar of which loaded her down with all sho could cairv. sho inno cently said: "Well, now, but ma won't hardby bilieve me that you sent up to heaven and got an angel to cotne down and clerk in your grocery !" We would like to believe that those men, who let the angel iu them speak, went away resolved never to drink whisky any more. Tho white club ollen invades strawberry beds and eats tft' the roots f the lants so that they are easily pulled up. Whenever j'ou ste a plant withering, search for the grub and kill it before it destroys other pktnU. Mr. Ilatidall, tu c-ording to a Wash ington dispatch, seems to be the only hemocratie loader who has a purpose br which lie can success, fully contend, lie is pushing the work of the Appropriation Com mittee with vigor and, from the standpoint of a Democratic apostle of "Kconomy," with considerable success, despite the personal hostil ity of a majority of his party asso ciates. Mr. llandall showed his ability and strength in a bad cause, and made his rivals more jealous than ever. They dare not defeat his bills, and they teem to bo inca pable of bringing forward and pass ing any measure, of public utility. F.ven the bills to forfeit the unearn ed land grants of railroad compa nies are allowed to slumber n tho calendar. Nothing has been done to referm the coinage or provide for the future .stability of the National bank currency. fj:axk lesm-$ popular MONTHLY. The Jane number opens with a beau tiful colored picture, artistic in deoign an. 1 finish , entitled "A morning call." The contents embrace v-tluable ntticUa historical, biographical, t-cient ific, natural hbtory etc. contributed lj E. V. Smallry, H. I. Weolfe fruyckink, Noel Iluthven, KUttn and ether popu lar authors. Etta W. Pi ?ice coDtiiiucs her great fit ul, "A Dirk Deed," aud there are a varictr at hoii io'Ie, Sketcbe, adventute anl peins of Kreat merit a id eiceeiingly interesting. deed the 128 iuiito f aes are btilli with literary tu! artistic t'ractl')tis; the ill lMrations number over one hun dred! This remarkable magazine ia f urDiabed for 25 cents a number i r $2 30 a year, postpaid. Address Mrs Frank Leslie, Publisher, 53, 5.1 and 5? Paik Place, New Yoik. "Why did you p it that nick'-l with a bole la it the conlrihutiou box ?" Ask ed ose man c( soother. 'Because I couldn't put tli hole in without the n'ckel anil I had to put in something." A Ms-tehu4e:t man has invented . goir that can be Lcird a distance of five miles. II tvaa detvrutine i to t 8emetliinjr that world und lnud rno- UKD to wakt DIS aerraut tIrI up la tbe . m i i i ii n m.vmt i i ! ' 8 ' A QUICK BLOOD PUKIFJEK. A plesaant and certain remeJr for Kt-rof uln, tl.I ley complaint. sV!n di.-a.sc. old ulcorsaml aore ihronic rheumatism, catarrh, dry tetter. atscw yphllia in HI alaeea. eoicnia. hcrcMtanr tnint nalarial polnon ani all other disease l uun'd l; j impure or itnpoverifh?-i coadiuoii ot th loud. , .. , Oiib lotUe wlU conYliuts any one of its value jLTge botik-. l.W. U tur i-".0t. rjcprewtxloi celttol T.ric. Bi.ooi Balm Co., r Atlanta, Ga 20T BPSIK&S, ASH., 0UTD02TE I have been a terrible anffercr from Bloo 'oiaou. attended vriih swfeUing of the Rlands o V. tiox'lr wK1r-h wr ninniiii? Mir;!(: Tuv inint: tero awolleu and exceedingly painful: kidneyi ere diorderel, amtfUte lost, ana icme w eble I coult ararceiv turn over in Doa. i-nysi-ian aud alouhful bliWxl 'medic failed. A fou: nontha trial at II t Hprings, Ark., failed, anc ifter tpcndlcg $000 1 leiurnetl homo in de I heard that B. B. B. was the only quiei Eloo Puritier known, and I reluctantly consented U Ue it, but one bottle eonriuccd we that it was t oedicine tuado to cure. I m thrilled with Joy aim ceased, swelling subsided, joioia tecain latural, kidnevi were restored, appetite returned kin became a'cUve. atrength and flesh were im arted, and seven bottled cured nie. Any inter ated party calling on me will learn more than . rnte. Cull at the B. B. B. olSce and secure ni yune in fulL. i.ll.- BLOOD POISON. eO Botttaa of Another Blood Jledichu (d o Relief until It. It. It. na Ved. IIaiiptok, Ga., June 12th, lSt. Kocd Balm Co.: Your 1,1.1. ha woried on me like a harm "bree bottiea have done me more good than al octora and 10O t0Ule f the tmt noted remedy am eettine well rapldlv. All ulcers healed. u v ... it la th iuiIt medicine I ever ivKed suited tt r case. I would ut pleasure In correspo-diu rfth any'one interest.!, a 1 can t help iraislnt I. B. ludeud. It i a jrreut HUx-d runner Ive any one my addran who may call forit For h'aULy W. P. Carri'jer, Jlorrittoien . 1. G. P. Liver and Sky. MEDICINE. The great preventive and cure for all malarial ili't use, aud a nure cure fur ail forma of dyaoeD- Kia and iiulijjeHtiou; it aotH d:re-tly npniutbe Liver aud all the secretary Rlauiln of the stomaen auU lowelH, it c ure ttie"dieast by removiiiK the came from the K-Hteiu that produce or brings on the diMrasm. hfiioe it in ruiMirpiiSi-ed fir th cure of 'oiir-il ill 1 1 til, Hour eioruach, heartburn, hearuche, anJ all th.'e ayiuptoua indicatinir tba waut of a proper a-tiou of tlione gluuds situated in the stomach and bowel Two or three bottle of DllllC'.lll'h lilVtT ItlUl IIlll?y 3I-ll-llo ia positively re commended t relieve and cure auy of the above diKeaxcs if taken a directed. Trice u cents. Cure for Croup. ! Dr. Duncan' Couh CaNam in the Ix-st remedy knoKiitothe medical profemiou for the prompt aud nure cure of Croup in children; it ia pleaaut aud liarmlfK.'. No motht r nhoulJ be without a bottle iu their house. Price 50 cents . Bad Colds and Sore Throats Promptly cored with Dr. Duucau's f!ongh Balsa-u iii a aure cure for More throat, concha aud cold, It i mifnrpaBd for WHOOPING t'OUUH, aud aU brouchutl diaeaseH iuchudreD. CHAPPED HAHDS.LIPS, Sore Eye, Pilen, and all ebrasioim of the skiu cured promptly with Duncau a uiutmeut. DR. DUNCAN'S BLOOD SYRUP, the creat alterative, mill remove any and all iiu puritiex from the blood, aud cure all eruption. of the Skin. or Scrofula it never talis to cure. T1IK CHILDIIKX CltY FOU Duncan's Worm Syrup It i plcai-ant and Ch.ap. Try it. Maiclilrt ly 4chgs y I La La a. TORPID DOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, nnrl MALARIA. From thcae sonrooe arUo throe-fourths ot the dlsoaaes of the human raaa. These aymptomalndicato Uielreiwtenoe : Lofi ot App-atlte, uomlf eostlTO, Oleic ueaa ach, rullneaa after cattnir, raiou to aartlon of toiy or mtitd, Xlrnetatiaia of tooA, Irritability or temper, Ixw aplrita, fee tine; ofhaTiac nKledl ome duty, ItxxlMeaa,f lattarinoratthe Heart, Iota before tba ayaa.higlily col ored t'rtue, COtSTIPATIOlV, aud de man J the use of a romody that acts directly on the Liver. AsaldverraedlclnoTUTT'S I'l I.IJS have no eqo&l. Their aotlon oa the Kidneys and 6 It In la also prompt ; reinorinar aU Impurities through tucee three sea-rangers of the yatam, producing appe tite, aountl digestion, regular Btools, a clear skiaandavlsrorousbody. TCTT'S ennso no n&uaea or gilptosr nor interfere with dally vrorlc and are a perfeot ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. hkldTerywhrp.a.'Ve. OUW.4 Murray 8t.,N.Y. TUTTS HAIR DYE. Grit Haik or WinsKjrus changed ln gtantly to a Ulosst Black by a single ap pllciition of thU DTK. Sold by Droggiata, or sent by cxrret;s on receipt of 91. OrtI-, 4 1 Mnrrny Stretet, w YoTlr. TUn8 MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREL From Nrfoai,t lironlf and Ft lool IXsaaara, Hrnlai and Iff art Affections, Wsalc I.aaf, Ner vua Itllilr, lirokan Uswi Coaall. lalioai and Waakuesa of the UlUara,Ulai4 dr Irlnatr Oriut.m your iirasKiat for Xx-. OHA8. W. SCOTT'B mtit RENOWNED SPECIFIC NO. 13, COCA, BEEFi. IRON A BLOOr, BKA1X & SKRYE TOXia If yoar Prneaut doM not kap it ak him to erdar i lot jo a. 91. par botu. t'vea.Uref aad Iran Is Ok OfMIMt Madiaal Diaoovar? of moUarn tinM. Tor pambUt. with foil parlkeaUini. addrom V4AS. W. SOOTT. M.D.i Kansas City, MOt U Jtr. SCOTT 8 LITHU PILLS. W. C. Durham, Attorney -at -La? ani Solicitor ia Chancery. morristown,- - - Tennessee ESPECTFTJIXY OrFER8 HIS PROFESS J. V tonal aervlcea to th pnhlic, and aolicita hara of patronaga. Will practice ia the conrta of Harnhlen, Cocke, . , , : 4 . XT. LI.. I oraas eoootiM, sad la U Suprams Court st chine of my bones, no pain in tny lrck. anc y skin l becoming clear. '1'he eft"e t of 1 , n tny kldnera m something: wonderful. M riini r Ktfuiishol. Mv fninilv uhysiciat , . v v J . a., . r V DUNCANS Morristown Boot and Shoe Factory J. A. TOWIMSEWD, Pro. VASUrXCTUREB OT BOOTS AND SHOES OF ALL GRADES AND KINDS. arH ues nona but tha bt material and warrants evaiy pair of Boots aud Shoes ha itaaksa to ba a PEKFKtiT 1 IT aud to glra aatlsractlon. KEPAIUING NEATLY DONE OX SHOUT NOTICE. Slum at Old Stand. - - ma29 83 ly W. L. ROUEUS. V ROGERS PERRY, WHOLESALE Liquor Dealers. Sour Mash Lincoln County tilled Corn, Rye and APPLE BRANDY Cash Customers not Rejected. Quick Thankful to our friends for they will continue with us. GAY STREET, - Order t Solicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed. oct87yiy Kfloxville Founflry Successors to HOG tz jx it x W V Tj Ti . - mm. w . -r j MANUFACTURERS OF MILL GEARING OP EVERY DESCRIPTION Circular Saw Mills, And. nil kind of Coalings for up-right Saw MtU and Carriages. Steam Engines Built and Repaired HOLLOW-WARE A SPECIALTY, AND THE NICEST AND REST MADE IN THE SOUTH. Fronts and Grates of all Sizes Side Hill Tlows and Plow Castings, Cane Mills, Railroad Castings, Brass Castings, Columns, Street ana v eiuiuuwy unites, Anr.o wuo,.yo """'" AGENT FOR THE Eclipse Double Turbine Water-Wheel SlilliclVs Lime Extracting Heaters, und Judson's Stand ard Governor for Steam Engines. W-Castlnfra of every description ruade to order aud Machinery of all kinda Repaired properly and wltl diaaotch. We Invite peraous having any classof wo! to do in ourlineto Kive us acall. marltf? Foundry and MANUFACTURERS OF CiicxTlax nrirTH.-r- cTvr.KS CtV IMATi Reacting Water Wheels and Cane IVIills AND DEALERS IN OF ALL STYLES AND l'RICES, Circular Saws, Leather RuMer and Cotton Bellini, Freccti Barr " AND BOLTING CLOTHS OF BEST QUALITY. jar l,V I III fitt of aU kinds done to order ou short notice . We guarantee satisfaction In every lesuectf Prompt atteutiou given ti all orders, aud prices given on application. Before purchasing elsewhere call on or a Idress C. II. WITT & Jul3a-ly Y. T. IIOLLEY. if i m4 MORRISTOWN, TlIVIV., Dealer in aud Italian and American Marble AND- GRANITE MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, Etc. Iron Fencing Furnished to Order; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. MORRISTOWN TENN. ; W. U. rtnm. . v. n V Whiskey, Copper Dis Bourbon Whiskies. n SPECIALTY. Sales ami Small Profits their liberal patronao Iiodc - KNOXVILLE, TENN. and lacliine Co, 1 AN, KELLKY & CO., ' - - TT. J S S K il Door SilU, Window Sills, Sash Weight f Machine Shop. i"W Skills, RLOCKS. Grist Mill Machinery and Gearing of all Kinds SON, AVJtfM Foundry, H. Tenn. J. A. CIAIG CKAIG, MORRISTOWN, TENN. DEALKKM in ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE Chairs, Mattresses, Rockers, Bed Springs, (Jliromos, Picture Frames, Window Cornice, IJrackets,&e. Orders ftr hand-tnude FurDiture solicited. PRICES and TERMS quoted on application, tSTMOITO Quick Sales and Small Profits. Give an a Call. Manufacturer of East Tennessee, Virginia aud Ueorffia Railroad TIIViE TABLE. In Effect December 30, 1883. " (Centbal Standard Time.) Daily No. 2. Daily No. 4. Eastward. No. 36. Lt Chattanooga ia le pm. 7 40 p. m 8 li p. m 9 00 p. m 9 27 p. m 10 00 p. ra Ar. Ooltewah... " Cleveland.. J " Charleston.. Athena " Sweetwater. " Loadon .... " Knoxville... Lv Knoxville... Ar Morristown. " Bogernv. J.. " Oreeneville.. " Joneeboro . . " Johnson's... " Bristol. li 43 p m. 1 40 pm 2 09 pm a 44 p m . S 17 p m. 3 45 p iu. 4 50 pm. (Wl pm. (98pm. 7 28 p in. 8 16 p m . 9 14 pm. 934pm. 10 80 p m . 10 2H p. m )0 53 p. m 11 55 p. m ia (i5 a. m 1 31 a. ra 2 07 a. m a 47 a. m 3 39 a. m 3 66 a. m 4 47 a. m h Daily No. 3. Daily No. 1. Westward. No. 35. Lr Bristol Ar Johnflon's . . " Jonesboro. . " Greeneville " Rogersv. Jc, 11 15 p m. ia 00 a m. 10 10 a m 1108 m VI 24 a ru . 1 16 a m. 1 53 a m . a 25 am. 4 00 a m. 4 15 a m. 5 17 am. 5 42 a m. 6 10 a m . 6 48 a m. 7 40 a m . 8 09 a m. 8 45 a m. 11 '.9 a m. 12 19 a m 1 19 a m " Morris town. 1 62 a in. Knoxville... Lr KnoxvPle.. Ar Loudon.... " Hweetwater. " Athena Charleston.. " Cleveland.. " Ooltewah... 3 35 a m 3 45 a m. 4 48 p m. 5 12 p m. 5 43 p m G 15 p m 7 oo p m. 134 DM " Chattan ooga 8 15 p m. Ohio and North Carolina Divisions. Westwabd. Daily No. 35. ...11 50 a m . . 3 10pm . . . 5 00 p m .. 5 10 pm .. 6 47 p m 6 07 p m ... 6 68 pm . . . 7 23 p m . . 8 00 p m . .. 8 10 p m , . . u 05 p m ... 8 20pm Daily No. 37. Lt. Warm Springa.... " Juorriatowa Ar. Knoxville Lv. Knoxville S 00 a m 5 36 a m 6 53 a in " Heiakell'a " Clinton " Coal Creek " Carey ville " Buckeye " Klk Valley " Newcoiub Ar. Jellico 20 a m 6 39 a m 7 01 a m 7 26 a m 8 05 a in 8 15 a m Eastward. Lv. Jellico " Mewcomb , " Elk Valley " Buckeye . " Carey ville Coal Creek " Clinton " Heiskell'a Ar. Knoxville ... Lv. Knoxville " Morristown, Ar. Warm Springs.... Daily No. 36 . S 56 a m . 02 a m . . 28 a m . . 7 01 a m . . 7 29 a m .. 8 10 a ra . . 8 SB a in :. 8 51 a iu . . 9 23 a m . . 9 60 a ui .. 11 50 a in . . . 2 50 p m Daily No. 38. 6 45 p m 7 13 p m T 30pm 8 06 p m 8 25 p in 8 45 p m 9 13pm 9 34 p m 10 10 p m CONDUCTIONS. AT CHATTANOOGA with raUroad linea diverg lng, making direct, close connection for all points Nortli-west, West and Uouth-west. AT OOLTEWAH AND CLEVELAND with GeorRia Division for Atlanta and all points South, South east aud Houth-west. AT KNOXVILLE with Ohio Divuion and Knox ville and Augusta railroad. AT JELLICO with Louisville and Nashville RR. fur Louisviile and North western points. AT MORRISTOWN with North Carolina DivUion for Warm Springs, N. C, and all Western and Middle North Carolina points AT ROGERS VILLK JUNCTION with Bogers- viii ana jenerson railroaa. AT JOHNSON'S with Eawt Tenneaaee and West ern North Carolina railroad. AT BRISTOL with Norfolk and Western raUroad, connecting cloaelv for all Virginia and Eastern CitieR, via. Lynchburg and all Eastern, Middle ana Northern States points, via. Roanoke and Shenandoah Valley Route. AT WARM SPRINGS with Western North Caro lina raUroad for Asherille, Morganton, States ville, Salisbury and all points in North Carolina, SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE. Nos. 1 and 3 hay Leighton sleeper, between Memphis and Lynchburg. Mob. 3 and 4 have Pullaian Palace Bleeping Cars between Chattanooga and New York, via. Shenan doah Valley route; also Pullman Sleeping Cars between Hew Orleans and Washington via. Atlan ta, Cleveland and Lynchburg. Aluo Pullman Palace Bleeping Cars between Knoxville aud Louisville on Nos 3.1 and 30. Also on Georgia Division have Pullman Palace Sleeping Car through between Chattanooga and Jacksonville, Fla. Also on Alabama Division on Trails Nos. 1 and 3 have Sleeping Cars between Cleveland aud Montgomery. A. POPE, G. P. & T. Agt. Kuoxvillo, Tenn F. K. HUGEIt. Sup.. Knoxville. Tenn. JOSEPH GOTHARD, A. G. T. A., Knoxville, xenn. aec.'U b'i ti GEO. W. NOE, UNDERTAKER, Moeristown, Tenn., KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND ROSE, wood aud Home-made Coffin of all sizes. Also keeps a full line of Buri 1 ltobes, io. Re spectfully solic.tstpublic patrousge, and promisee satisfaction . uruers by mail or telegrapn prompt ly attend, d to. juu27 83tf Norfolk & Western Railroad. Time Table in effect April G, IBS-. WESTWARD DAILY. TIME Eastern , a Standard. No- ' No' 3- Lv Norfolk 8:80 am " SntYolk 9:20 am ArPet'sburg 11:20 am LrPet'sburg 11:26 am " Borkevillo l:ld pro " Farmvil'.e 2:00 pm Ar Lyuchburg 3:53 pm Lv Lynchburg 2:15 p.ru 4 10 pm " Liberty 3:20 p.m 5 01 pm "Roanoke 4:55 a.m 6 11 pm Ar Big Spring . 6:40 a.m 6 63 pm LvChris'b'g C:15 a.m 7 27 pin Wytheville 8 07 a.m 25 pm " Marion 9:25 a.m 10 30 pm "Abingdon 10:30 a.m 1138 pm Ar Bristol 11:00 a. ml 12 05 am CONNECTIONS. Leave Norfolk 8:30 a. uil ani 215 p. in. Arrive at Richmond 12:46 p. in and 6:10 p ni. Leave Richmond via R. k P. RR. 7:20 a. in. and 5 25 p ru. Arrive Norfolk 12 00 m. aud 9 30 pm. Lear Klchunouu. vis 11. ft A. It. it , 9:25 a in . Arrive at Lynchbarg 3:60 p. to. Connecting with fo. 3 lor all points South and West. Leave Richmond via R. fe D. R. R 10:55 a. in. Arrive at Burkeville 1:10 p. in.. Arrive at Lynch burg 3:55 p. m. connecting with Train No. 3 for all points soutu and wKt. - No. 1 has Leighton Sleepers from Lynchburg to Memphis, No. 3 has Pullmsu Sleeper from Wash ington via Atlanta to New Orleaun, without change connecting at ltoaaoke -ith Sleeper from New York via s. V. R. R. to Chattanooga without any change. EASTWARD DAILY Time. Eastern Stan- No. 2. No. 4. daid. Lv Bristol 11 40 p. mi 6 61 in 26 a in 7 27 a m 8 39 a in 10 19 a in 10 67 a in 11 40 a m 12 41 p m 1 so pm 1 65 " 4 00 4 38 6 30 " ti 40 " 8 40 " 8 30 " " Abingdon " Marion " M'ytheville 12 i p.m 1 25 a.m 2 30 4 S3 ' 4 57 " 5 S5 " 7 17 8 00 " "Christ'b'g ! " Big Spring " Roanoke " Liberty Ar Lyucbb'g Lt Lynchb'g farm ville " Burkeville Ar Pet'eburg TLia Train Lv Pet'sburg maker no con " Suffolk 'liertionsbeyoud Ar Norfolk I Lynchburg CONNECTIONS. No. 3 has sleeper M aeon, Ga to Baltimore with ont change via Roanoke and Western Maryland Railroad. No 4 has sleeper Chattanooga to New York with. out change via S V KR and Harrisburg. At LYNCHBURG No. 4 only connects with V. M.R. R. for . Washington and the East. Train leaves Lyuchburg 1:55 daily. At LYNCHBURG No. 4 only connect with R b A. R. R. for Richmond. Leaves Lynchburg 2:60 p. iu. arriving rticnmouu v:uu p. in. At BURKEVILLE No 4 only connects with R. k 1). R, R. arriving Richmond 7:05 p. m. daily. on so. 2 aota not connect bavona Lvncn burg. NEW ItlVEK DIVISION. (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.) E8TWABD Westward 6 05 pm Arr Central.... 6 00 " Lve.i... .New River.. 6 02 " " .. Staytlda 4 30 " " Ripplemead . . . 4 15 " " Wenonah .. 4 03 " " .....Narrows.,., S61 am .... Adairs . 5 19 " " Oakvale 150 " " Pocahontaa. ..Lve. 7 45 a m ... 7 58 ... " 8 44 . . 9 07 " " 9 30 " 9 41" " 9 62 " " lo 25 aw ...Arr. 1158 " tar All Inauiriea aa to Ratoa, Routes. 4io.. promptly anawered . If you are going to travel, dop a letter or poe- talto ALLEN Hits Pataenger Agent, I ynuhbuM, V, J. H. 8ASD8, 6an1 Bup ttouok, Va, ' 4. wp, Q.r,k,Mwmih L. C. SHEPARD, UNDERTAKER, Knoxville, Tenn. VERY DESCRIPTION OF i Ifatalic Caaketeand Caaet. Wood Ohsketi and Coding of every Grade and price, ready for ne. ureters by Telegrapn will receive person al and prompt attention Terms satisfactory. HATTIE HOUSE. It is Located in the Exact Busines Center of Knoxvillo, Tennessee, One Square from the Post Office, Cut. torn House, Banks, and in the immediate vicinity of all the Principal Wholesale and Retail St ires. JTEir THROUGHOUT. Furniture, etc., Evectric Annunciator, Utut, Wide Hallt, and the Ventilation it No. 1 and No Mistake. THE TABLES SUPPLIED with the best the market affords. Choice Sample lloonis for Commercial Travel lers on first floor if desired. ""Special rates to Merchants and Commercial Travelers. Porters always at the train. Omnibus free. J. C. FLANDERS, July 31, 'iO ly PROPR1XTOK. If You are Going WEST, NORTHWEST, or SOUTHWEST, 3Mx-ta BE HTJXtlt: YOUR TICKETS READ VIA THE L C. S; 1 1. The First-Class and Emigrant Passenger's FAYOKITE. Albkbt B. Wbe.nx, P. A.; Atlanla, (la. W. L.Dani-kt.G.P. &. T. A., Nashville, Tuuu. W. T. Rooeas, P. A., Chattanooga, Tauu VIRGINIA MIDLAND RAILWAY On and after Sunday, March 30, 1SS-4, Passenger trains will run as follows: SOUTH BOUND. iTrain 50. Train 62 j Train 64. MAIL. EIPRKSS.IX)U. EX. Washington (Lv ) 8 3e a. in. 9.00 " 12.50 p. m 1.25 " 3.50 " 7.11 7.15 " 10.40 p.m. 11.05 " f lu p.m 6.35 ' 9.45 " Alexandria, Uordousville(ar.) Charlottesville, Lynchburg ar.) laa ville. North Dauville, 2.35 a.m 10.00 " 4.55 I 7 37 " 7.40 Train 51. MAIL. NORTH BOUND. Train 53 ,Triu 6. EXPRESS LOU. North Danville(le) 10 20 a. ia 10. 2t " 1.2- p. m. 4.30 " 8.55 " 9 20 " I 1.20 p.m. lianvllle, Lyuchburg, (le.) Charlottesville, Gordons ville, Alexandria, (ar.) Washington, 1.23 " 1 3 .40 a m 6.50 " 5 55 " 9.65 " 10.20 6.15 p, 9.25 9.5.1 " Mail trains South bouud, cuuuects at Chariot teaville, with Chesapeake and Ohio R. W. last West; at Lyuchburg, with Norfolk and Western K. It , through Southwest Virginia to Nashville, New Orleans, Memphis, Little Rock aud Texas, aud at Danville with Richmond aud Danville Railroad, to tiouth and South went. Mail train North bound, concei ts at Lyi.chburg wilh I tie R. k A . lt W. for Lexiugtou aud Nat ural lli iilye, aud at Charlottesville with C. O. R. W. for Maunton, Clifton Forge and iute medi ate points. Kxprese trains South bound, conuect at Char 1 tieoville with C. k O. 11. W. for tbe West aud at Dauville with R. &. D. R. W., for all points iu South, Southeast, Southwest, aud East. Express trains north bound connect at Charlot tesville with C. tO.U, W for Richmond, Hisuu ton, White Sulphur, Charleston and Uuiitiuutou. For Fairfax C, U. daily connections at ?irtax station. Trains 50, 51 aud 54 connect to aud from WAR RENTON daily, aud train 53 daily, except Sunday, to aud from Warrenton. FRANKLIN DIVISION, dally, except Sunday, leave Rocky Mount 7:30 a. m ., arriving at Frank lin Junction 11:15 a. m. Leave Fraukliu Junc tion 6:10 p. m., arrive at Rocky Mount 10:00 p. ui., makiug close connection at Franklin Junction with mail trains 50 and M, also with local freight trains to Lyuchburg aud Danville. MIXED TRAINS, kave Alexandria daily, ex cept Sunday, 4:00 and 10:20 a. m and 11:55 p. ru., returning arrive at Alexandria 7.00 a. nt., aud 3:0w aud 10:30p.m. Mixed train leaves Alexandria daily 4:30 p. m. Returning, arrives at Alexandria 3;30 a. iu . MANASSA8 DIVISION, daily, except Sunday: Leave Washington 8:S5 a. in. Alexandria 9 06 a. ui., arriving at Strasburg 1:10 p. m., connecting with the Valiey Roud Eant and West, aud at Rivsr with bh-n. Val. R. R. for Louray and Waynes boro. Returning, leave Strasburg 2:00 p. Iu , arriving at Alexandria ;25 p. m. ud Maahiug ton 7:10 p. in . MIXED T1IAINS leave Alexandria dally, ex cept Sunday, 4:45 a. in., ai riving at Strasburg 3: 30 p. iu Returning, leave Strasburg 6:0a. in., arriving at Alexandria 2:50 p. ui. Leave Manas sas 10:50 a m. dally except Huudsy, arriving at Strasburg 4-30 p. in.; returning, leave Strasburg 6:00 p, ui daily except Saturday, arriving at Man assas 11:55 a. in. For Middleburg, connection at Plains station. For Upperville, connection at DeUpluue. Pullmau sleeping Cars b twen New York aad Atlauta ou Mail trains, north aud south bouud without change on'y one change of ears be tween N-.-w Yrk aud New Orleans New Or.ens Sleerluir Cars lesve WsshlrctoB 8:35 a. m., ruuniug through without change ranniau Sleeping t rs liutweeu wliiiitou and Aucusta, Ga , withuut chanve ou 10-3.5 p. ill. train, via Greensboro Chariot! aud Columbia Solid trains with Pullmau Palace Cars attached run through between Washington aud Louisville, Via Staunton aud White Sulphur, daily. All trains make good connections, at Washing ton, to aud from North aud West. Through tickets st loweit rates to aU important points iu the United States. J. S. B. THOMPSON, Assistant Geuersl PasseUKer Ag.ut. W. M. 8. DUNN, Eng aud Supt. foot 31) A GREAT CAUSE OF HUMAN MISERY IS THE LOSS OF . . 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Y. Post Oiuce Box, 450. Oct. 10, "83. WSlP.UT'JtOTIrM LI IsMsMsl k L UJ3!Ii!lSfIUS Ml t 8car HaaUthY (avcUoatoUUT 1QVL9 UqnUM. Railway, ' i-S2.- 9 ;5es . ."Siist isT .