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SfKBbs&ttt ? THE HOGS' BATH TUB. Handy Device Which Make? the Dip? ping Process Easy. Dipping hops is ? work, and by prorldli truct ed bath tab maca, if not all. of this work may be avoi Oaaatract a tank af any width and it Is largo more than 16 ? is flv 15 In inch? .? for the sides and enda, and flooring of galvanized iron for the bottom. Plan for the Bath Tub. this In C ? near ? till to ? ??id on top ?if this placo half an Inch of crude oil. Daring on real warm will gladly aa from n. It is sure death to The a?i'. paar? ine tl ? mudlio'? has l>? moro tl and is lea be GIVE THE SHEEP A CHANCE. Protect the Little Fellow? From Para ?ites and Germ O ?eases. The Iambs com?? into I l per? fect I > ally ' able that most of tl internal parasitas Thl shon!?1 r? ?ad Sad? BVOr to protat ? that would make thaa?. Bra who ?? ;:. aera, aays Farmers* Review. flOBM af tl?.?? ssful docks of shaap if. try have d?? so I the care bestowed upon them In the very first pia. all kinds of para? site?, and Bl BB given quarters In which disease irernis could n?>t thrive. Their owners hav?? raaUsad th? fact that about all th:.' I Is a chance to be thrifty. It is well known that they ha\?? in themselves an un? usual power of rBBtatiasj ?1; i of rising abiiv?? *lons. The ssful raising of sheep ?loos not raeadra extraordinary measures so much as ordinary ? ? The those of pr?it?-rting at en? emies of various kinds rather than to devise new p ? ily. It will be found that th? successful ill rases men that iltltada of little tBlagS, \vh Vi tro t ip the grand total of things making for the welfare of t! ? To give the > a goo?! aaa is all that is necessary to insure success. SEPARATOR MILK FOR PiGS. It Should Prove the Be?t Kind of Feed When Warm. There is an Impression among some farmers that the fading of skim milk warm from the separator Is injurious to pigs. Prof. William Deitrlch, of the Illinois experimental station, writing on this matter, says that there is no reason why it should cause trouble since warm milk is the natural food of pigs. It may be that the scouring and running down in flesh that is sometime? observed is caused by sud? den changes In feed; such as, for in? stance, change from cold ?our skira milk to warm fresh skim milk. The akim milk in either form is good f?^ed. but It will not do to change from one to the other very auddenly. Another cause of the trouble may be that tbe pigs are being fed too much. Some times people think that when the cream is taken out of the milk there Is not much left that is of any value and young animals are fed very iiber ally and often overfed, and this be ?3om??s a very serious matter. The skim milk has relatively more protein than whole milk and a comparatively small excess of protein in the system will very likely bring about digestive troubl?e. Give Boar Plenty of Room. Many breeders make the mistake of keeping the herd boar in a small, dirty pen ?nd provide no jard for him to exercise In. He should hare a strong pen and a yard of about an acre away from the rest of the herd. Sheep Growing. Then? is a groat tendency among' farmers to go Sia I "business. as we advised. This country ought to grow .--> 11 i's wool, export a lot. and ght to be within tbe reach ''e WINTER FEEDING OF HOGS How a Missouri Farmer Manage? or Hia 40-Acre Farm. My 40-acre fnr?n is shown In the ac? companying diagram, writes farmer re, la l":-rni and Home the barn lot Is largely a steep, oak c>v To improve this natural si? Iter the bank barn aad th" hog sh?>d wer?? located at the west 1 ex x trees orar most of the barai lot. with a thicker fringe. lacladlas Iha underbrush, left along top of th. I Is ?-G con tainiv :Me row of : feot In all >or. a !i and a I sd Is bo a<l mit ? dr. Along with such repairs as thaa halldlag - in th? fall ? y to win? ter | pens are thoroughly whites Uttle beddti tloors are <? onally s theB> ?larly dipped, and manure except aj on the fi? "h p?-ns In the hog shed ' ' only 1 1 pens < ? CUpl? ' ! the of 1?' to put fo? am! si.-o Tl ? urn! ? to pr ? animal la 'he drove la ? that ' I in the low? corner of ; tank such as is used f?j rater la a this tank a pi; and down A hqmse | a ? ?, .- s SO?.??- gj PASTURE nr CARDO. ORCHAflO Plan of Meyer?' Farm, each t if the weather Is m at th?? t> if it Mian < hay, suppl Ith about half a faad ?Trisan! Ib ti. hogs have the fr.bun of the barn lot and a ery ?dater finds two of the Beide In ryo and the third in moa.low. usually .". a? res of clover and G? acres of alfalfa. In case the ground is tbe hog? are confined to the barn lot. and in that areat they ree liberal ??? ? ark the bogs are agala admitted to the shed. Although they ha? -s to wat?-r during the ?lay they warm water If It i -i T??. They are then gfrefl all the shelled o-rn will On days of chilling ra!n, deep snow or extrem?' cobi !h<? hOBB are kept shut up. At such times. how they are turned out while the pens are 1 aned and then called back for additional breakfast. At noon they are also presided with more feed of some kind. This is usually in the form of a change, such as email cooked potatoes or that are not marketable. The ho^s are also let out a few min? utes and the pena cleaned again be? fore supiM-r. Another part of th?dr recular diet includes coal, sait, charcoal and ashes. At a certain spot in the barn lot is kept a supply of salt while at another la a pile of soft coal. These are relished by the hogs. Old ?tumps are being burned, to supply charcoal. The morning grain feed is ground for the young stock and to thorn in the f??:iu of slop. Special attention is given to t!, er lit ters by aapplylag them with all the apare skim milk and otherwise fa? voring them so that by spring the whole drove of young stock will be as even aa possible. The aged hogs are never allowed to become poor if it can be prevent ed. but da aalag too fat. Early in the winter as soon as the SOW3 are in good flesh, the corn of their night leed Is la displaced by less fattening grain? Tbe boar ig given a bone and muscle making ration all tiie year round His ap-ecial run-way is the lane from the barn to the chicken bouse At the south end of the lane is a In In which he daily finds some kitchen alop. adding greater variety to hi? food. Swine thus cared for spend the winter in coinfo.-t. Their growth is ss steady and almost a? rapid as in the summer. They go into the field every morning hungry enough to graze industriously a large part of the day. As Interpreted. p4reT_I am tired of thla life of esse. I want s life of toll danger, ex citenaent. end aiventure! Penelope?Oh ! this is so audden* But you may a^eak to my father. This R $20 Watch for $5.45 TKeseflrun?? tell exactly whssws sredotn. -selli*?- a srJO.OO ?n ? claim that Una is a ?tu*? watch "aavi .?? w?tth v.,t ?? .? a #?O.?M> ??isk. ? lesdin? e.trh ?wasratsurer, beleg hard |ilinl tor rea-ty cash. r?.-.-? JS ew.ase wskrft?. - watch ra a ' owe? le s??Was? that we could ?bols?ale these ?? <?? ?Ha????!???.aw?tat? weetd lavai.?s ?res??aseeatof labor. tl??s ?a* ?seen?. Iotas end oar profit would b. 1 ? p ? the wate? direct to fae eon? awl at t ? rai.C -rrma.tr?, wh.ch ?. <-?., at ?&.*:..<? rehira lewrlcd. nn.ly hel-nced and s-rfessly ?djneted ssovsetsat, ? Vted Je?.!?, dial bead, pasen? .?turato-. ??led OKepeaasaoa baiane*, doable heat. . g e.. I ..e ? ?lit. i.ld a? I Haadessnely eagTsved. ? Is ?Viieaahly tim-d, keeled and remisi. aad hot* tb? case ?ad a prenant er? gear? ?sad ?eywar aair... ?...? office sddrsea, sed ? aera?! ?xerees ?asaaa Baas? . f ?aw r-?i ?r. te* >?? wkstaei t ? esa*? ? ed ?he wetrh t. year ? " - mie?tree, pay th. ?sr-*?? ?,?|? ?A and expreas rh.rees I Uva watch l? youi?. bet if I? dosen ? pisas? you rs? ? t ..u- ? iprHl?. ? e.rajeaeei'? ? case of tas watch w? aend yea aad to tbe test I?.???? cast? stir? ?we* ? .. \? , ?? t ?'?.-? MlldWl. ??????????|??? MATCH ?De ?a*?. ? J (HICAtiO. DIPLOMATICALLY DONF. Tho aaaat for Pe-'xin*' Perfect Pol l.'hin-- : briskly up the 1 r 16? -".?.gpil In prac- j ? lam." said ? Fronch w. and taking off his ! 1 sorry to Interrupt yr j. ?-??* should not do so an article which aril] your I -?ueh il et? ti I see you are now >ue,ht tho wlatkaa of 60 years of focus on him th Bd dism^ -hall bo sorry If you don't try >or." sa ! "Of course I shall not press It upon you. but as I cimo up the and s them : "' ?t in a ton? of un mild:.? and ;n default v. but?" ; ountr '? don't 1?. on print ? tn grow she added, af? far?i.v. asent t his back o? I I PrlsclMa bunt up ?orne Wont of All. Mrs < ir husband eeems like an an in. I hope he I hasn't . 1 habits. Mr- it that 1? the limit It ?? ? r habit. .- habit. - Mother's << s. and all that sort of t a know.?Chi cago Daily N'cwi. Didn't Use Harsh Language. A woman wl her for a lone time grew Impatient at the slow pro-re h s ah? was making and cx>nsult?=-d her doctor. ?nivt?r cure you of lbl? ' ? etojj ng and give your Throat a com piote rest." said the medico. "Oh. doctor" obJ?scted the rat lent, "talking csn't. street me' I'm very careful. I never use harsh language'" 8anctu-i Myst-rie?. Humorist'? Wire?What in the workl are you sending all these moth? er-in-law and plumber jokes to the Daily Hlowhard for? They are as old aa the hill?. Humorist?Yes. my dear; but the editor who ?elects the humorous mat? ter for that paper is a young fellow Just out of c< they'll all be new to him.?N. Y. Weekly. ONE EFFECT OF GOOD WORKS. "Great heavens, neighbor, m Murglar?" Fire? Or wha? ?'Nope, m* wife's church is hob! rum ? the i tournai. Too Expensive. Koggy?And you are n? ber say for two pins she -ie ( gloomily 1?????: hut I found out ahe meant diamond pins. NOT AS YOU WOULD HAVE EX? PECTED. The story of Chrtatopher Villsap. s young ix? p'oy of a !s a striking illustration of the araj in ? wind Is often horn lamb. on account ? ' It of hi?, but becauee tl would not Justify kei'jiln?; him on the salar] any I had loat his situation. ? an? but without mora . h?? fonti?: to his la Bad was thinking ? >f suhl?:? out of his ?d 1. ham A I I at law. ; BoUowa: : ville Stlnjay Mills'?.; administrants of ! ? ? Bad ' ' with in ? at six ? ? I At the Fecepticn. t.riusu him ??j E ver thin g! Everthirg! % I-FURNITURE*?! |-r)rFloor Coverings?!^! iSYDNOR & HUNDUY, |NC i M mnmmmmmmmmmmnmMmmmmmnmmm 9 i Leaders, i S fa 709 711 713 HAi;T BROAD STREET. N. WINSTON, C C _fcT G ZEL C ??? ??G 3? ZE2 Ice-Cream, Wholesale and Retall. Special Attention given to Festivals, Suppers etc Fruits and Delicacies. Tobacco and Cigars. OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE. Prcmpt and polite service. 'Phone orders duly attended to. m. XDCiinotcm, 537 Brook Ave. 'Phone/2253 ?8??????????t??????0*9?? a-rfr Cbe people's "Restaurant, -750 North 3rd St., Rkr meed, Va MEALS at All Hours?Hot or Col*3. Board by Day, Week or Month. SOFT DRINKS. POLITE ATTENTION. .G?VK MB A CALL Mme. SYLVIA L. MITCHELL, Proprietress? ??0?f?:$?????9?F?0F??#??#?t ri.oF. ?> ?> BBtJCm Bt ?, Strani??. Wonderful but True arc the awe etri??' ?iven by The Australian Medium, G?:<)1 . I>. 1> BB1 Cat, Bt l>. the only Li vine; Apostle of Science of the Myst? : ????? in <iol?l to any one in the ? more than any four me UuBM COmhlBS No card, tran??? or hand hai (?reatrsf II?ikIoo Mi-illuni In th?> W??ri?l. SO GREAT IS HIS rOWKR that ? tell you while in a Clairvoy? ant stat.'. all ] to kaow with Mil a word belns BOOken. ( ;m>l leer? ers: brine: all your Hk??i>ti? Ism with von?he will open your eyes to th*1 privato el ry. Conss all all with low spirits and l?*t hi.? lift thp hor? ion from yo'ir schlag and J? heart. He challenge?, the World to compete with him in causine a l ;th tne one ) ca unitine th*? ?enerMtM ?nrj brina | fhP lo?t one? Tr?i??? lr??t tir atolea goode. Uaeertha bfddevt trettatara? Itomova? --v?i infi Iffealta. Ill Luck, cure* tricks and Conjuration?, givo? Laaft and ? :>? ron tirif'erfak?? ; the Tobncco ?uri Liquor Habit.?. Al ? .? ?et Fror?. ?Iv ea? that will Rive a Wrirfi-n Gnarai eaaaplet? jraar baelnee? <>r rafa ad your ? Aro jrofl --i. . " I>m yofl know wh?t ? tho tTOnble l=< with vom? ('mur nini -tilt Nature*? Pot'ter. ? Rbeu mattem, laaomala, B/atasia and all ired Potai Dg and all G of Chan ttar what ail* you. come 1 is aoaderful man. ! or bave jroB BOticed * ? bini tlnif to | no naattar how they toll, whii M.my arealtb* aid woiinMi o?ra tlH-ir ?this aroadarfal man. If? will tell you whom you will marry. Will you be happy? H??] i will toll you who your frteadfl and? aaaaita? ar??. Caa you tell? Don't ip In "e dark, but be ad ' by tbis aroaderful man. > Prophet when otbera fail. This 1.? of a life Doat lei it paaa j to f: 30 p. M. N. It Otti ? oiiNii itatloo F? ? I 00. All tat? containing 11.00 will be answer (a full. m un on ? ? ailelphla. P? ?Now Is tho time. P^nd your the ????.? and look ?flfcccbamc?' ?av?.i08 36anh OF RICHMOND, VA. 5? NORTH THIRD STREET. Capital, $25,000. Money received OH deposit and interest paid on *? amounts above $1.00 which remains 60 days and Ol Money Loaned on Satisfactory Security. Business Accounts Handled Promptly. Amounts of ten cents and upwards rei on deposti This ??siablishmeut ??, titt?*d up in the in.?-t improved -tyle, having a larg white vaolt. burlar proof st?-el eh? rio li?tr*i t su and every ????1?t?? conver iaaoe for aafi-ty ami th? ?Intimi ?>f th?? public. For all information ??on? ?riiiii? St?- k>. I>?po?us, Loans, etc.. apply to th? Osah H?%nkme Houra have 1>????? arrant??1 for th. >????????????? of ?he work tn|r people as follows: KAM to 4 F. M. S-m \ M to ?I P. _, \V -inurday at 8 F ?. ?- G M , reiintining open ritti ' F ?. Cali by a? yon com** fr;a? w??t k OFFICERS: JOH> ?H< III I I , JK., Frt'liteat. i II. f. .ION ? III ? >, \ U e-Fre*l?lenl ? no>. u. ?? vin . < ?-..??-?. BOAKI) OF DRBOTORa Rsv. W F C?BAHAM. D D., laOwB B. P. Vamubtau, 8. R. JsrrcK H F JaBAtMmM, Thomas Smith D J. C'havi_> J.O. Farikv. Jn . ?am.iir, K. A. W? R W Whitinq, WlU am<i J. J. OaKTB? JOHN MITUHKLL. TK Fesa. THOMAS M CKI'MF.Sei .. The J. V. HawkitTs S^rgrower ? - TU U?K ???? KFMMKKKIi.] Ha? pr >?.??1 to Ih? a fortune to many of th?? nn ?avaaaaaaa, who art? t?> ?iny <ii-iight??ii with it? w..nd?-rfal re*ult*. Tbe merit? of thin ?jr. ui hair prer?orartoa natatalty pascas It la a apher? all of p ? own, and the gauWU-BJ terms m will? I l'Ut (nitrons ??peak of it r?-ii>?Hiire>? us <.f ita aatir raocrary rsaaUaa Weeaa Brail t.oaKt of a inriv? patronage far-OKhout tins and oth? - ano al?r *???]???? the commendation of t?o- vry bee? white aud ooloead psoala la tins lai assillati niuiiity la order toooasiBoe the mom - aal reed??? of the Merits and resalta of th.? J. ? Hitwkin's Huir l?m\Aer and Restorer, we wih from tun?? to tini?? pr? <lu?-e in print the photo araphe of abasa greleg u? aaraslsaloa m so ?c who have D*ed our preparation and arc ? among the many bearing witness of it?? ffl nume ?ju-tlmce. We do not desire th? --orreepoud?m e of those expecting a miracle?.rauvtmiiif uurea-ountile. Our prepa ration i? a natural and pure rom pound, the iBBVedeOatt of arhaah we wonhl noi hesitate to put in print. We will just here remind the public that the Unit? ? Sint?a G?>v?rnmen t hai placed national patent rights on c nr hair preparation b* ?Ahi h it is protected and we are in turn responsible to the government for hou ???t methoda ana i-qnare dealings. It will piattively r?*move Dandruff, Our? Scalp ot all impariti??, Restore Hair on Olean Templee _ _ .?r B-l' ti?-?ids. wh-re the roots are >???? ?lead jrajT" rio-?;_; 6 cts. per box; eight boxe??, 92.60 ex ? ?sa predai i. ibe Fate identifier makea tbe use of powder en? urei?* aiiiiectteaiiy. and is perfectly harmless. ?Sale prices; 25, ?"Mk-ts and $1 00. Money BBB tx* sent t>y Post Office Money Order ?>r Express Money Order ?jAw A charge ?f l??<-ts. extra la Imposeil en sll on ? ??! ?it y orders Adiireaa ft.ll communications to ?l_ .V MME J V. HAWKINS, First Street, - Richmond, Va 'FIIO.NK, 4WH. ?"Correepondence strictly confidential. ?Phone. 577 Raymond, Va A. D. PRICE, funerei Director, Embalmer and Liveryman. All erders promptly filled at short notice by telegraph or telepnons Halla rented tor meetings and nloe entertainments. Plenty ot rooao with all n?Bc?B?s?sry convenience?. Large piante or band wagon? for hire at reasonsble rates and nothing but Srst-clas? carriages, buggies etc. Keep? constantly on hand fine funeral suppli?e. <?**- No. 212 East Leigh Street. ??, KoaMtetM????? .Neil tJ?<OC. OPEN ALL DAY & NIGHT.-Man on Duty ^tt V?>f,t W. I. JOHNSON, FUNERAL DIRECTOR'AMD BMBALBBR. Office ?ft Ware*ootnst 207 N. Foosh ?e St. Corner BroaV HACKS FOR HIRE: OslRS hy Telephone or Telegraph filled. Wedding, Sup per? and Entertainments promptly atended. OU TWaaW 666. Resilience In Betiding, New Paone, *& SiU.HrRNKAILW Y TKArVfrjtAV* ???????G? ?. R.-Poll'.?vii* nil ??el? flmrtkt ruba????? ? ?nly a* ?????uiatiotn. an?! arc m t a*yat*B?a*?*L I/o- ?. ? ,, 1 wt Hrf.i r? ars-m .'larra and Bir rinraam V^eOr??? M nu?n? ? "hat??-? ? ?toe* a and *l tbe i-ts 1 h rough nnoli For i'b. ?e? I'll ? . ? ?xford, Dear - ncriwy geraville T>ooal. 11 SO n-ItaliT. snit?1 l'ulim?, re?* at i' I ' ?J' t? sooth. Ttm UND ???? m Ri ?\ ? Wa?? ? lid'. ria tintore M indar*, ? ,?? . ? ?? \? mi Priai ? ? I --eetavi to Wf*t Point Mon? day, e. , t il"- ?.lay ?'?? ?. aa -tit Munta/, "at fee Waa* BKiiiit. ? RICH Ml ? ?-. r r ? . -he Hceat? row -'Mari ? ? f I'm lit ? :? fintini rt- an?! t? ?set M ?S*, n . W?? <nc d.y* an?? Fridara We?* t on.'t and lt> ~un<ln* . W .-.? u ? ? Va. ?it S M Hmnwii* V. 1 li r.. "%?? Traf M **?? Bf. H I irinr, 1} t Vf a it CAD Richmond. r->edere ? Qf ? IckAburg. and Poto mac iVailroed. -freina L**?* little Rvnt HI Ihr.-tuffi ' iman .?.-, \>.\ T\\ -.t Tu Ali ?* Afthlaatf ..eoa? a in . ?ialty Byrd ir? Ttiroagh. I - <1*V? llr rr.iien.ik? ? ? m ? ? ut Through. . ?*t? Kllia. AanlartO tvt-oaa m ala :'hroiii?h - mnsvard la*a KitiM A<i>ntiii aooot* ? ? rtp** Itirouga,. - -????? it accora n ?Intinti. itailT.llvr I va. : M lhri.igh I*?-* ? ?ally. Main 8?. Thong:. All I | ?-?G? 111 4 Thn neh. d at i iin.uijh All ? ?. ?il ?Ih.? vt-nt Klrh iiimi'I ?I aia tu are?* day? and laaaal eocom it ?In'. I nur of irrtil? a->d ?letMarture? and noa ? nut attiaranti-?)?! ? . 11. , U hi I.". VT. ? . ????,?? . t Traf Mgr. SCENIC ROUTE TO THE WEST CINCIN NAT I. INDIaVNAPOl LOUIS CHICAGO. LOUISVILLE, NASHVILLE, MEMI 118, 1:11 p lll. BBtj ! I M p. in. ?Jala*. WESTBOUND LOCAL ? RAI1 7:3U a. ni. daily and 5:15 p, in. week ?laya. NEWPORT NEWS. NORFOLK AND old POINT. 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. dally. For NVwport New? anJ ? Pi ? NT. r,, *r**fc day?. jA.MtV.s RIVER I.: daily. An, U . ? ? ? ? A M. . Kn-r* '**? ? a ? ?. M , 1 V M.. ? . ru-'iUv ? F LI) KU.MlMU.N SThAMSHIP <0. NK3HT l INE I *>>< NORFOLK ? - r,mini trip, in I tiding-et? tetro Matai? ?Irret Car? t?. ht,-it?, ? r e Wharf I O?V M;\\ lOkK Nia Ni j,? h ? Line a? getti era ? -dar mas Ini p in Surf- la wnli Main fin? nt G ?* v al?,Noi f-.ik and < M Miial SI*. M . ami ? ? .? .?! . ai ti < f. M. ? daily (??????? t Sunday I at < win? Mam I. D* -lui? ?ailing al M. VlKGIMA NAVIGATION C <MP\NY. ??? Rttrwff liev I ? fltrwnuT ??? ? in? leavee Moiidnv W* ard Friday nt 7 a. m. fur norfol ? ?..th, ? -id ? ?? nt. N'fWiK.ri New?, 1* d Point ?<?? \\ a lilaicton, heltin.or - ? .??!?? rimili- ? nitriti ? t '?I? rat. ! ?? tru- ?er* ?lire whan r ??-<? 1t 11 i?> en?' Nor.o r reighl i-iitiv.rt for a? i-v?? na ni??l ataca* an all ?? ? .'k'ii'in ai d Nurth ('a IIS \n U.xIUIN.Uta'laif K A hartM-r. Jr . m-ci*tt*ry. SEABOARD Air Line Rajlwav Schedule | fieni ve, May ?7, ????. Nliort Line s? the principal ? liles a tin? South and Soiithweitt, 1- lurida. Cul?* and Mexico. ???G??????? M> THS I.N S I.? -A l't BttTMUMB* IlAlLT V SO a. ii,. I .??al f r Nil I n*. Duma in, Itala ??,-a Hand? t. f ilmini hartou*. ? 2 ?) ? m. l'ini Inni ?itti ? tir ? fh ?I,-.? ?er ina ? Kalfigh, Columbi? Jn.'k-?.urlile nnd FI -ride point*, ? ? per % / X In' ta, lllrii.lnt.-hn n making ta.-text time to ??,??? h ?mi th?- t-iiltre ? 10 (A) ? in. 'lhi (itigli fulltnein , ? co.ichea .annali, Ja-k-mnvillr? ani Floitr?n ? io Atlanta }. ham an? Mnnphl?. in coni?? ti n ?ah feti* i\k,i>jr immollati? ?taxa** Inni forali ?,-nth-??et>-rn ? Nort.liUiui.it Train? Arrive Ki?-litnoiid Dall-, ?VlU ?. ? , 4-?& f .? ?JUf M H S I.gatti., li 1? A W ?s. Ta?I/ik. C T A' 890 East Mala aireet. Ki< hmend, V* Noriolk and Western R. R. LKA.L lilUIMlr.Mr (I'AlLY), BVKD M KKKT MATIO.>. t-OO a. m NoKFDl.K ?,.'????.? Arriva* at Norfolk 11 ?? A M (Hope only *t Pat-raburg. Waverlv and Bnffolk. ?.ODA. M, ? KXPHE-W Buffet Pal? lor l ar Peteratbara t?? Lyoclibarg and Koaniak Puliti.an el?*p*r Koanokv t?i Coluiubn* and Id t., ????-?iiia?tl.aino hVnanoke to Knox i Ktnixvi-;,? to f:.altan?? ira and ama lu P. !i RoannVe Kaprtaa for Fe-m ville l.vrwt.luirg itnci hoan M. (n.an Shore Li m It ?el A-rtv** a .. ?? M St;* only at Ivt. ral .ra; Wavt-riy and Sufi ola nth M#a ter tortor-! ;.ew Vor?, ba.litu "? ajid Wvn!) . 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