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Both tlie method and results wnen Svrup of Figs is taken; it la pleasant ar:(i refreshing to the taste, and acta i niy yet promptly on the Kidneys, -Liver and Bowels, cleanses the eys tun effectually, dispels colds, head r.ciifjs and fevers and cures habitual t-.iitipation. fyrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste . and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its c.Tects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the moel popular remedy known. feyrup f)f Figs is for Bale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. LOUISVILLE. Xr. HEW YORK. N.Y. A' PRETTY HAT. JOHNSON'S MACNETIC OIL! Instant Killer of Pain. Internal and External. Cures I'.IIhUMATISM, NEURAL- II & T ...... It 1 (J i.rr. iriL- I f -i i t- F 1 ; I J jrtJlJf? J M a . rJX mun, AAOn. . Swelling, Ktifl JoLutH, COLIO end L N 1uh, rroup.Diptheria, Hore Throat, . Ctti sJaHKADAClIK. a if by ruagic. THE HORSE BRAND, fiZZX Htrenirth, he moot Powerful nnd Penetrating I.iniiiientfor Man r livHnt in exitence. Lure 1 ize 7 V:., 50c. tizo 40c JOHNSON'S ORIENTAL SOAP. Medicated and Toilet. The. Great Skin Cure and Faco Beautifler. Ladies iil find it the m delicate and highly perfumed 'I'oikt Knap on tho market. It in absolutely put-o. Makes the fckin soft and velvety and restores tho loft com Filexion; i a luxury for tho Bath for Infants, t alayti itching, cieniiMOH tho wulp an l promote the wth of buir. l'rico'Xn: For hale by W. M. YKAItlSY, Durham, N. C. tn new JML Li FE Or. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment 1h nold under positive, written guarantee, by nuthor lzd ngtnta only, to cur Weak Memory; Iohs of lirniu and Nerve Power; Ixist Manhood; (,'uh'kne; Night Lohkom; Evil Dreams; Lark of Confidence; NervoannPHu; Latitude; all Drain; Ixws of Power of the Generative irgaim in either hit, oau-ed by ever-exertlon; Youthful Krrors, or Excessive Vt-e of Tobacco. Opium or I.l'iuor. which h m txx lead to Mixer, Consumption. Infinity and Ieath. Ry mail, (I a tx.i; t for with written uaranteH to cure or refund money. WEST'S (' M'GII S Y1U'I A certain cure- for Cough. Colds, A-dhma, Bronchitis, Croup, Whooping Cough, Sore Throat. I'leasnnt to take. Small tdze. discontinued; old, k Pize, imwllc.; old II hlzo, now OOc. GUARANTEES issued only by W. 31. VH V KUV, Iurli:iin, N. C LE BRUM'S CURE loll lirilEKSI. Tl.ii remedy liTIIlif ilHtrrteU !;rL-tltf fit th. UBt nl th, di' es of tlie H-nit-L'rinar7 Or. (("', rctj.nris no rhanga of diet or n.iuseom, nicfurial cr poisonoiu meii i. inn to Lo tuk- it iiiteroailjf. Whoa Lie I AS A PREVENTIVE by ci!h"r it Is iiup - .!l.!cto contract nny venereal 'li?' i-'' . I ? :n the case of tl...e already Uirnoi a th s Arriacrso w ith lionurrlxi t:.l ilftri. we guru-U-c a ci:re. I'riri! tiy mail, postage paiu. $1 ei lux, or C boxes tor (i. Genuine Hold only by W. M. YICAK11Y, liirlisim, N. C. LAPSES IH V()U KNOW DR. FELIX LE DRUN'S STEEL HHD PEfiNYROYfiL FILLS ar the original and only FliKM 1 B:fp and re liaMecnre on the market. Trico $1.00; went by mail. Genuine bold onlj by W. M. Y KAKKY, Purluim, N. C. CTS. FOR f'fe In INlnxro. wo will so ml A Smiii1 Kiiv1oim. f lflier AVlIITi:, 1 1.f.SlI or ma K rjlOZZONIS OWDER. You have aoen it advertiied for many years, but have you ever tried it? If not. you do not "know what an ld'ftl 4'oiiilmioii 1'oHtlcr ttu POZZONI'S besides bointf an ncknowle!od tvoatitifler, has ninny rotreshlntf uses. It prevents rtiaf Hi:, nun-burn. iiul-t.m .lessens pTp!rat nfi, i'U; In fact Itlsn ni' -t 1.1 uile anl iifMr:ille pruievUoii to the f:ice diirinu hot wcatiier. It ! HU1 Kvtrywhrrr. For "ample, at1res I J. A. POZZONI CO. St. Louis, Mo MKNTIOX THIS I'apxk. PLASTI00 ! For nicest and best USl Can be had at J. T. WOMBLE'S General Hardware and Stove Store. ole Ajrt'iit for Plastlco In Durham i u n JTl a -id WnlsltevHztlti fr -jeurv! at hoiue with- whoia t.a:n. IWk of par fyticu.arst.ent 1KKE. It fa Made of Black Lc Shirred oa Wires and Ed jed With Jet. Somebody has lately raised hU Toloe for the purpose of disillusioning oa and de rtroylng th portlal assorlatlooa of our hat say!! that neapolltan braid that fine, laT mtoril, made of horsehair In not Neapolitan at all, but wan lnTentd by a man In New York -who Rare It that name because he could not think of any thing else to call it. So goodby to all dreams of WhuvIus and the bay of Naples in connection with' our bonnet. Thui are most ttt our idoLs and idyls shattered. We drt-s our alaU with olive oil, nomi nally the product of sunny Tuscany, only to discover later that it is made from the domestic peanut. We eat Mediterranean 4ie impertinent Baboon and the Athlti Crocodile, L jr liLACK LACE HAT. aardlnes, ascertaining by and by that they were caught oft the coast of Maine. Our Uric cheese is made in Orange county; our French wines come from California; our epaghctti never came near saltwater until it was cooked. Since, as it appears, we must use our own products, why not an nounce to tho world in general that we really are sufficient to ourselves and hon estly call American goods by Amerioan names, thus avoiding tho payment of duty on imiorted titles? Black hats, neapolltan and others, are much worn this year and are often pro fusely trimmed with ostrich plumes, which nre again in full vogue. They are a per ishable sort of decoration, although very beautiful, for tho least dampness in the air destroys the lovely curl that is their chief charm and make them stiff and flat, and recurling never restores them to their pristine beauty. The spangled plumes are especially sensitive to moisture, their frost vanishing before a fog as natural frost dos leforo the sun. Moire ribbon shows no decline of popu larity as a trimming for hat and bonnets. It combines well with jet and spangles and has the glitter which is this season conceived necessary to a fashionable effect. Yellow and black is a popular combina tion, and a very pretty gold colored straw braid has ln-en brought out, wide and glossy, but light. It is fragile in spite of its coarso weavo and will not bear rough usage. A sketch is given of a large round hat made of black lace shirred on wires. It is edged with jet spangles and trimmed with chantilly lace which forms two large wings in front. These serve as a back ground to two jet wings fastened together in the middle by a knot of ribbon from which springs a jet aigret. JUDIC CnOLLET. A FLAVOR OF SENTIMENT. Decorative Touch to the Practical Idea of Womankind. "A woman's greatest charms are those least easily analyzed." ''A woman is not truly beautiful until tho angel of sorrow has touched her with his wing. " These are two of the innumerable pret tily expressed fancies with which the French nation adds a flavor of sentiment to its practical everyday life as it adds a decorative touch to the ubiquitous negli gee morning sack by means of a bow of ribbon. We in America have still some thing to learn from the older countries, al though not perhaps on the points upon which we are most willing to receive in struction. We nre so scientific and so pro gressive that we leavo no room for senti ment iu our life and are in danger of set- (.r.KEX COSTUME. tllng down into a sort of highly moral materialism. Sentiment, even if it occa sionally degenerates into sentimentality, is a genuine relief from the utilitarianism which is the atmosphere in which we ex ist as a people. The French are scientific and even more thrifty than ourselves, but they contrive to take life with the bloom on it and make living in miiiio sense an artistic pleasure, whereas half of us live because we must and are constantly con scious of the fact that it is very tedious work indeed. We are inclined to ignore our emotions and afford them no escape valve, so permitting them to concentrate their force until they break out into seri ous demonstration. Perhaps we shall never improve in that direction, and if so we can only lay it to the climate, which al ready Wars the responsibility of our nasal accent and our restlessness. The climate is just now particularly tor rid and suggestive of thin gowns, an 11 lustration of one of which is given. It is of the shade of green called tilleul. .and the lower skirt i f taffeta, accordion plaited. The second one is of crepun to match, cut in a largo point back and front and trim med with a llounce of white point de ve niso. T!u Eton jacket has rvvers of laoe, Which part to show a full vest of tafft-ta. The full elS.w sleeves arc finished with a laoe flounce and a band and bow of black satin, and the wain is encircled by a black aatln belt. J urn a Choluct. 1L in. rv Z0 P : ... Li fa PIANO PRACTICE. Utterly Useless In Some Cases, but Tocal Exercise, Never. The newspapers are continually publish ing jokes at the expense of the unmusical young woman or girl who persists in prac ticing upon the piano and going through singing exercises. There is no more rea son to find fault with the latter custom than with any other sort of gymnastics, for even if a girl can never learn to sing proper vocal exercises properly practiced strengthen the throat and lungs and there by improve the general health. But piano practice to one who has no taste for it is utterly useless. The confinement and cramped position are Irksome in the ex treme when there is no compensating in tellectual pleasure, and the feeling that too often accompanies faithful practice, the feeling that the pupil is constitutional ly unable to achieve a musical result, no matter how laboriously she perseveres, has a depressing and unwholesome effect. Yet thousands of parents persist in set ting their daughters to learn to play tho piano in spite of natural aversion and in capacity, and thousands of girls throw away years of their youth in attempting to accomplish what is to them impossible. How much better it would be if fathers and mothers would have their children taught tho& things which they are capa ble of learning and which will be useful to them! If a girl has musical talent, by all means cultivate it, but if 6he has not let her learn millinery, dressmaking, hair dressing, something that is available for everyday use. She is not obliged to make it her profession if she does learn it, and she will be amply repaid for the small outlay of time and money by the ability to assist herself and her particular friends. Nobody, man or woman, no matter how Intellectual, should be entirely helpless and ignorant as to handicrafts. There is nothing degrading in a practical knowl edge of any trade, and in these days of flue toating fortune such knowledge may on occasion stand between a girl and desti tution. So, if you care for your daughter! welfare, teach her a trade as well as ac complishments. A sketch is given of a young girl's gown of rose colored crcpon trimmed with bands of white lace insertion. The skirt is plain, but the corsage is crossed in front over a full plastron. The tight sleeves have a puff to the elbow, and the collar and belt are covered with insertion. The light brown straw hat is trimmed with rose col ored ostrich tips and ribbon. JUDIC CXOIXZT. Woodward S. A. L. Bet-ween Durham and JfeJ I J.L ; raoutli, -Hlchmond. Wsnhinirton. ft nTfinnil en,hii asd New York. an. aSawlCff Uff Nt'Mb: and KaleUh. Moore. A the ' , and all j-.inta t.uth and wf t. Henderson, Porta- lU'tlmore. d all roinU ns. .Atlanta lOih, Ilth and r SU. N. w.. WASHINGTON, I). C. Our Spring Gathering OF Cotton Dress Stuffs Has been made brighter by freh shipments of new fancies since the beginning of April, nothing more tasbionable, or more service able, or more comfortable for sprinjrand sum mer wear than theseexquisite conceits in libt textiles. They keep setttnjr finer, more elab orate and more abundant each ear. Products from foreign looms, as wu as thosat rome present complications which render these wonders a studr worthy the fine artists in fabrics and combinations. Most of the kinds are familiar and you'll readily see that you've always paid more for the same things. Our Ait Needlework Department Contains Stamped and Unstamped Art Goods. Drapery Materials and the hundred and one t hi njrs required in the construction of Fan y Work. We have in our employ a designer of sixteen years' experience in work of the highest jrrade. and we can fill all orders. tJgOrders by mail promptly attended to WOODWARD & LOTHROP, 10th. 11th and F Sts. N. W Washington, D.C. WE I'itINT FOR FACTORIES! E rillNT FOR BANKS! WK I'KINT FOR WAREHOUSES! WE I'KINT FOR MERCHANTS' WE PRINT FOR ALL! CALL ON OK A DDK ESS THE EDUCATOR CO. DURHAM, N. C. ANEW ENTERPRISE Daily Ex. Sunday. ; Durham. ! Hend j-son, ( Kittrtll. Franklintoo, Loutsburj.-, Wake. Warrvn I'!ain. Littleton, Heldon, Iloj kins. Franklin, Suffolk. Portsmouth. Norfolk, N. iurvl N o. as. Lv 10 40 a m A r U v) p m Ar 27 p m Ar 2 47 p m S. Iktind. No 41. Ar Lv I' tn Lv 12 39 p m Lv 1 if u m Ar 3 :SS r m Lv 11 U m Ar 31U pn Lv 12 14 p m Ar 1 55 p tr Lv 1 10 p rn Ar x 2rt p m Lv 12 40 p m Ar 3;J p in.Lv 11 54 a m : Ar iAr Ar 'Ar 3 54 p mjLv 10 58 a m 4 :ti p miLv lu:i a m 5 in p miLv 3i p m w p m THE DURHAM Stationery and Novelty Co., Next to Green Dros.' grocery store. 111 West Maiu Street, will keepall latest nobby ttyles of Stationery. Inks. Pen Points, and Desk Supplies, And everything belonging to the stationery business. L'setul Novelties, Fourth of July (Joods, Nobby and Fashionable Ilox Paper, Autograph aud Photograph Albums and hun dreds of things you are obliged to have ( Joods all new and fresh and chetper than old style, out of date goods. Don't forget the name and place. The Durham Etationeryi No?elty Oo Nextto 114, West Main Street Durham, N. C. QIIAS. E. TURNER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DURHAM, N. C. Will practice in the courts of Durham and surrounding counties. All business entrusted to my care will receive prompt and careful at tention. Office with Major Guthrie. PARK PENNYROYAL PILLS the celebrated Female Regulator are perfectly afe and always reliable. For all Irregularities, painful Menstrua tions. Suppression, etc , they never fail to afford a speedy and certain relief. NO EXPERIMENT, but a scientific and positive relief, adopted only after years of experience. All orders supplied direct from our office. Price per package, $l.t0, or six packages for $5.10, by mail postiiid. EVERY PACKAGE GUARANTEED. Particulars (sealed) 4c. All Correspondence strictly Con fidential. PARK REMEDY CO., Bosfon, Mass. Petersburg (A. C. L Richmond Washington (V K K iiaitunore. Pmiadelphia, New York. New York. tlaitiinon'. Washington. Richmond. ortolk, Henderson. Raleigh, Monroe, Athens. Atlanta, Ar Ar r Ar Ar Ar 5 p Hi 6 10 p m 11 10 p w 12 4s a m 3 45 a in t 5 t a m y 54 a m V I S a rn OU a m Lv Lv Lv 10 05 a m Lv V 15 a m Lv 4 31am Lv 2 50 a m Lv 12 oi p m Lv V uu p m No 134. 1 1 0u a m i 31 p m 4 52 p in, uu p mi t 20 p m; 1- i IU 2 U" a in 1 37 p ni 3 OU p in No 127. 9 05 p 4 54 3 4 l 11 5 12 0& 73 6 30 210 ! 12 505 m m m m m iu in in iu m Nos. 127 and 134 Solid Pulliran Vestibule Tiaius between ashinirton aud Atlanta. Trams :W aud il have through sleepers be tween Weldon and .New York. No 3s makes close connection at Portsmouth with Bay Line lor Baltimore; Old Dominion steamers for New York every day in the week except Friday. With Merchant and Miner Line lor Boston and Providence every day in the week except Tuesdays and 1 huroday, and Norfolk a ml Wusbington S. B. Company daily for Washington. No. 3 makes close connection at Durham with traiu irom the west on K. Jc D. railnmd No. 41 makes close c;nnection at Durham with train going west on K. i D. railroad. ror lurther information in regard to con nections, etc.. apply to U I. Cheatham, agent, Durham, N. C. JOHN H WINDKU, General Manager. T. J. AN DERSON, G. P. A. MfKorfolk!Westernfi.B. Schedule in Effect May 20,1894. Leave Durham 7.1)0 a. m. daily, 0.00 a. in. daily except Sunday lor Lyi ehtnirg and local sta tions. Ariive Lynch ourg 11:45a m and 3:3 p. m. at Union Station. Leave Lynchburg for Durham 2:4i p. in. dily, and 0:20 a. m. daily ex cept Sunday, from Union Mat. on. WKST-hoCNO LEAVE LYSCHUCKO DAILY. 5:15 a m For Roanoke, Radford, Blueileld and Pocahontas. AiSo lor Rocky Mount and all stations on Winston alem di ision. Con nects at Roanoke at 7:10 a. iu. with Washington aud Chattanooga Limited lor all points outh ami NS'est. Pullman Roanoke to Memphis aud New Orleans. Dining Cai attached. i':35 p. in, -The Chicago Fx pi t ss lor Roanoke, BlueOeld, Piicalnjiuas. Keiioxu, Co'umbus and Chicago. Pull Lan iiutlett sleeper Roauoketo Columbus without change, v ounects at Rad ford lor Bi istol, Kno.wille, c h itt oiooga aud intermediate points. Pullaan Ieepcr Rad lord to Chattanooga. Trains ariive at Lynehburir daily from the West, 1:10 a. m., 1:45 p. m. EAST-BOUND LEAVE LYNCH BUKO. 2:10 p. m Daily, tor Faimille. Hicha ond, Petersburg aril Norto k, rrivs Petersburg at 0:05 p. in., connect ng with Richmond ami Peter-burg Railroad daily, arming Richmond at 7.00 p. m.; arrive N'oriolk 8:50 p. m. 1:25 a. m. Arrive Petersburg. 5:50 a. m. con necting with R. 4c P. R. R. daiiv ; ariive Rich mond 8:27 a. m.; arrive Norfolk 8:0 a. in. Pull man Palace Sleeper to Norlolk. Also Pullman Palace Sleeper between Lynchburg and Richmond. This car will be ready at Lynchburg at 9:00 p. m. tor reception ol passengers. Trains arrive at Lynchburg daily from the East 5 a. in., 2:15 p. m. DURHAM DIVISION. Leave Lynchburg (Union Station) 2:45 p. m., dally, and 0:i0 a. m. daily except Sunday, for Durham and intermediate stations; arrive Lynchburg from Durham 11:45 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. WINSTON-SALEM DIVISION. Leave Roanoke daily 12:10 p. m. for Winston Salem ai d intermediate stations. NORTH CAROLINA DIVISION. Leave Pulaski 7:" a. m. daily except Sunday for Betty Baker, and 11:00 a. m. daby except Sunday lor I van hoe and 5:00 p. m. daily fo Gossan. CLINCH VALLEY DIVISION. Leave Hluefield daily 7.00 a. m. for Norton. Louisville and all points on L. Si N. R. R. via Norton. For tickets, time cards and all information call on or write E. M. Graham, Durham, agent Norfolk and Western railroad. W. II. BEVILL. G P. A.. Roanoke. Va. M. F. BRAGG, T. P. A., Roanoke, Va. Pimples, Blotches 1 and Old Sores 3 o) in Id PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT .nh MoU,io and potassium Catarrh. Malaria Makes Marvelous Cures in Blood Poison Rheumatism and Scrofula P. P. P. purifies the blood, bollda up the weak and Cehibtated, gives strength to weakened nerves, expels diseases. giving the patient health and bapwinesa whore sickness, Klomy feelings and lassitude first prevailed. For primary,' -condary and tertiary typnilia. torbl . 0,1 ;,i .ntng. cerro rial poison, malaria, dyspepsia, and in all blrKi an l at n disease, like blotches, pirnpl. s. o,d chronic ulcers, tetter, sea. d bean . Lhj.:, erysipelas, eczecaa-we mav av, u.thout f-ar of cntrad:cTlon,tb-it P. 1'. V. Is theb-t blood porifier In the world, and makes f-juive. fpelj aa-' icrcianeiit ctrt-s n all cases. Ladles wtsoe ayete-.s arc ixi"nd and whose L.ljd. la an !u.pnre conal tlon. doe to menstrual Irregularities, are pecollarly bea?cted by the won derful iodic and blood cleans. air pre p ertiesof P. P. P- Prickly Ash, Poke Koot and Potassium. gpiuwonELD. Mo., Acg. lltn. lj.i. 1 can spf ak la t!e b;glj-st terms of your medicine from my nws pf-rsocal koowledge. 1 was afTKrtel uh heart disease, plearisy and rfceoaiatianj for 35 years, was treai-d by th Tery best physicians ana sp-nt bondreds of dol lars, tried evry known remedy with out finding rri:-f. I tiaTe only take a one Dottle of jf.nr P. P. P.. at! caa cheerfoily sir it has d-ne c re food than atsythir 1 hire ever taken, can reeoc-.Eit: 1 yc:r roe-J ciae lo all iUierers or tv.e a'-ive diseaes. MR. M M. YEA BY. g-rlsslcl. Gres Coeaty. Jx and Kidney Troubles Are entirely remoTtd by P.P.P. Prickly Ash. Poke Root and Potas sium, the greatest blood purifier oa earth. Aberdekt. O. . July 21, 191. Messrs. Lippmaw Bros.. Savannah. Oa.: Dear Sirs I boujrht bottle of your P. P. P. at Hot Springs. Ark. .and It has done me more irood than tbre months' treatment at the Hotfcprlaga. hend three bottles V. O. D. Eespectfully yours. JAS. M. NEWTON, Aberdeen, Brown County, O. ('apt. J. D. Johnston. To all vrhom it may ronfrm: I hr bv testify to tho wonderful properties ef P. P. P- for eruptions of the skin. I ; suffered for several years with an on sirhtiy and distrr"abl emptlon oa my face. I trie.! v-rv known reme dy but in vain. until P. P. P. was used, suid am now entirely cured. (frisked by; J. D. JOHNSTON. biTanih. Oa. Kkln Cavneer Caredu TeiiinoTiy Jrorr, the Mayor of Stjvin.TtX. PEQrij. Trr. . January H.l'O'i. M-srs. 1-h-pma! Bros., Havannah. Gs. : trnUfmtnl b-.ve tried your P. p V. 1-r a dUeae of the akin, csuaily kr.c-.rn as skin r af er.of tbirty vrars stan liniT, and found rr-at relief: It pur:fies ' be b:d and raon all lr rita' Ion from the seat of the dlseaso and prevents any soreadinsr of tb sors. I have taken flTeor six bottle and fd confident thai aavotber con r wiil rcs a cure, n djis lndis-stion aaa iuk&ico Yoorstmlv CAPT. W. M. RUST. Attorney at Law. me fro;a tr&-L.c. m c B.X. Dtteaes isei Frst ALL CRroaiSTS SELL IT. LIPPMAN BROS. PBOPEIETOtS. Llpprcan'i BloekmvansiBvla, Gs Por Sale by All DrugsU aud i:ichartlou & Ferit, Wholesale aud HetailiIriij:eistK, Grecnb ro, X. C. TLANTIC AND DAXTILLE TLAtXAT A. P. THOM. BECE1TEB. Schedule In effect Jul 1, No. 1, tmily. 9 a m P Vt a m 9Mi m 10 04 a m 10 10 a m 10 am 10 .2) a m 10 46 a m luilam llVTim 11 13 a m llSSam 11 37 a m lltiim llUim 12 16 pm 12 IS P in 12 13 p m 12 24 p m 12 43 pm lltipm 1 15 p re 1 p ID 1 2 p m 144pm 1 55 p m 2 ny p m 2 16 pm 2 3T p in - : p m 3 0t p m 3 l.i p m 3 ,ij p m 33V pm 3 47 p m 354 pm 4 06 p m 4 15 p rn 4 -M pm 4 35 pm 4 53 p m 5 07 p m 5 25 p in lATloas. Norfolk refTj'. Yrt NoTfolk. fhurchland, Hhouldera HiU iVrsitDon. Suffolk. Cope land, Hollaod, Klwtxd, Fim&kUn. Btorym, Courtiatvd, liprotv, Irrewrys"Ulc, Adams Grow Green Plain. J. K. Junction. ItelfleM. l'leaAant Shade. Kdtftsrton, Iiwrotx-eTllle. Cnarhe Hope. llrodoajt. 1a Croeee, bouth mil. I'nlon Level. iUskerville. lkydtoa, Jeffrea. CiarkSMlle, liuffalo Junction. NrlstMl. Viral Una, ChrliUe, Mayo, Donniaton, Alton. Cunlngnam. Semoru, Milton. Hlancb. lhanville. No. 2. Dally. A 10 v m 1 4A p m 4 i7 p m 4 2 pa 4 30 p ni 4 (fi pm 3&2 pm 2 45 pm Wpm 3 24 pm 3 13 pm 306pm 353 pm S4T pm 2i4 pm 2 23pm 3 14 pm 2 U pa 204 pm 1 45 pm 19 pm 1 ISpm 1 06 p m 12 US p at 12 3m pm 12 32 pm 12 17 p in 12 1 pm 11 50 a m I If a m II It a m 11 It) a m 10 55 a m 10 40 a m 10 37 a m 10 30 a m 10 IK a m 10 07 am a m iia m VOam Vl7a m 900a m OoXNECTIOHt. At Ilol field with Atlantic Coast Line for Richmond, Petersburg, Uoldatioro, WUmin' ton.etc At Jeffrcss with Richmond and Danville Rjtllroaj for Chase City, Oxford. Henderson Durham, Raleiyh. etc. At orlolk with the N. Y.. P. and Railway, iCpe Charles Route.) and Ray Line Meatner lor Uld Point, Haiti more and north ern cities : with superb new iron trainers of Washington and Norlolk line for Alexandria, Washington and points north; wit a Uld 1X miniun Steamship ooupany's steamers and Btoamslili for Uld Point, llamtdon. Newport News, Smitineld,cltlson the Csrolina sound New York direct and northern pclnts ; with and M. T. com jinny's stamahi4 for Dostou and Providence dlroct and inter tor Kw tng land points; with N A. and A. railroad for the eloKant hotels of Viririnia Reach : with Ocean View railroad for ooan View resort, Clote connection with railroad and steamship lines for all points north, west and south. The A. k I). Railway company's stamerC4ty of Cheetcr effecU prompt transfer of pas sengers and taggaft-e tetwecn Portsmouth and Norfolk. W H. TAYLOR. O. P. A. SOUTH 1 y (l'IKI)MOM AIK LINK.) Richmond Si Danville and North Carolina Dl visions. In Effect June 17. 1W4. This Condensed Schedule is published as In fortnutiou and is MubJct to chanjre without notice to the public. OL'TH BOUND. Lv Richmond, Lv Hurkeville. Lv Keysvl le, Ar Danville, Lv Danville, Ar Greensboro, Lv Greensboro, Ar Raleigh, Lv IUlcigh. l-v Durham. Ar Greousboro, DAILT. Nos. 35 9 12 40 p mj 2 3U p m 3 11 p in ft 31 p m 5 50 p rn 7 28 p m '2 (Wpm 4 05 p in No. 11 Dally. No. 31 Daily. 1260 am 240 am 320 am 7 00 a m 8 40 a m t5 00 pm! 8 20 p m) 540 a m 6 58 a m 4 10 pm 5 15 p m 7 20 p m Lv Winston-Salem t6U6 p m Lv 0 reensboro, Ar Salisbury, Ar Statosville, Ar Ashevllle, Ar Hot Sprliifrfl. Lv Salisbury. Ar Charlotte, Ar Spartanburg-, Ar Greenville, Ar Atlanta. Lv Charlotte. Ar Columbia. Ar AuKuata, Ar Charleston, Ar Savannah, Ar Jacksonville, 7 35 p m 9 08 p m 15 P ni 10 4J p m 12 5 a tn 1 52 a m 6 20 a m 5 45 a m 6 44 a m 8 35 a m 5 43a m tttbfi p m 8 45 10 25 a in a m 6M a m 811 am 4 uo pm 10 50 p m 2 15 a m 8 4 a m 11 30 a m 5 30 a ni 10 10 a m 10 30 a mi 8 11 a m 12 00 m I 9 26 am 2 58 p mills"; am 4 06 p m 12 28 p m vaipm JUptn 930 a m 12Upin 4U2 p m 845 p m 4 30 p tn 85p m NORTH BOUND. Lv Autrusta, Lv Columbia, Ar Charlotte, Lv Atlanta, Ar Charlotte, Lv Charlotte. Ar Salisbury, DAILY. Nos. lo&tf 7 00 p m 3 20 a m t 40 a m 00 p m 6 30 a m Lv Hot Sprinjcs, Lv Asheville, Lv Statesville, Ar Salisbury. Lv Salisbury, Ar Greensboro, Ar Winston-Salem Lv Greens I oro. Ar Durham, Ar Raleigh. A r Goldsloro. 7 Ml 828 a m a m No. 12 800 a m ft 40 p m 7 00 p m 8 25 p m 12 44 p m 2 30 p m 711 pm 8 00 p m 8 33 a m 8 30pm 10 u a m!J0U6 p m 11 IS a mi9 2S am 10 10 a m 12 01 a m ism ml 3sr a m 100 pm 7 80 am 3i0p roll 00 p l U) p m!2 00 pminuipm "5 v a m 4 io p m 4 10 p tn 8 3 a m' 7 20 p a! 7 20 p iu 10 10 a m 10 10 p mill 09 p m 11 45 a ca ll 40 pm;12 27 a m 1 1H p m! 3 20 a-m 3Mini 300 p ml 4 u a ml iiHin 4 Vj p ml ti20a m ro a m No. 3H 1 30 p m 5 10 p m 8 :) p m 12 00 ru 8TJp m 8 39 p m 9 49 p in 9 49 p m UOtfpm :2& a m Lv (oldsloro, Lv lUleijrb. Ar (reensUro, Lv Greeinboro. Ar Danville. Ar Kejsville, Ar Hurkeville. Ar Richmond. Daily except Sunday. Itetweeu West Polot and lllebtatoad. Ijf-ave West Point 7-J a. m. dally, and 8:50 a. m. daily except Sunday and Monday: arris Richmond 915 and 10:40 a. in. Returning leave hichmond 3:10 and 4:45 p. m. dally except Sunday : arrive West Point 5ju0 and fit p. m. ISetween Richmond and Italelch via Keys vllle. Ix-ave Richmond 12:40 p. m.da ly: leave Keys ville 3:P p. m.; arrive Oilord p. m.. Hen derson 7aJ p. Imrham 7:40 p. rn-. ILalelf b. a. rn. Ueturnlnjr leave Itaieljfh US a. m daily. Durham los a. m.. Oxford 11-M a. m. arrle KeysvllJe 2?X p. rn Rkrbmood iJM p. m. dally. Trains on O. it H. R. It. leave Oxford 5) a. rn. and 10 p. in. dally except Sunday, 1 1 40 p. rn .dally, ntvl arrlw H .TKlerwen US), rn. and Tut p. m .dally except Sunday and 12- p. m.. daily Returnina lcve llcudexson Oitm. and 7:20 p. m daily except hundsy. and iM p. rc.. daily, and arrive at fixfonl . 25 a. m. ard -:Pj p. rn.. dally exci Sunday, aixJ 52X) p. d-nly. Nits. T, 3C and " coooect at lllcbuvmd from and to West Point and Raltlmore daily except sundsy. LEEPI!1-CAK HEKVICC On Trains Nos. 35 and 38. Pullman liuffet Sleeper U-tweeo New York. Atlanta and Jack sonville, and (between Charlotte and AufuLa. On Not. 37 and 'JA, Pallmaa Meepinf Cars letww-n New York awl New Orieona. New York arid Jarkonrilie and Tampsuju4 bs tween New York and Asbsrviile an4 waablnc uxji em phis and Aucusta. DininCy O reens boro to Montgomery. On Trains Nos. 12 and 3& Pullman Sleeper Le twin Greensboro and Raleigh. Trains Nos. 11 and 13 rue solid between Rich moo 1 and Atlanta and carry Pullman H lee pint Cars between Rlcamond. Danr ill sUd Greens loro. VL RERKLEY. J. S. a TIIOMFM)!!. Superintentlent. ikiperlnteodeat, Greeristro, N. C. ilUrhnvoixi. a. W. A. TURK. General PasrreT Afect. Was hi soto. D. C. S. IL HARDW1CK. Asst. GenT Paas. Agent Atlanta. Ga. W. H. GREEN. SOL HAAM. Genl Maoa-er. TrafBs? ManagsT. Wasblegton. D. C. VtahingVn. D. C Atlanta, . umci04liVaiiiiail8t.