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Ideal 7 y pew titer Ribbons. You can put them on your ma chine without soiling your hands. All kinds of Typewriter Supplies Globe Office. OYALL OR DEN, Reliable MousejFu-rishe- . I ) ) . s V'Hr ! '.-it i- r Suite i i t y'Mii i i I'M' ' Isn't it ii trit'c fihd hist a little j asc ? 1) icsn't it bear t !; i:riis (if i ini" and n -1 ? And it doesn't harmon ize with t lit- carpet V r the new wall paper you have jllt got ? Isn't it time you had a new Parlor Sui v ''. We !' imi mean to be pel -una!, but really Don't you kno v you want a new suite J'.ettt-r call iii and si e our to'-k in that line. 'A t- can sa ' u from 10 To '-.'" per r I OYALL 0 ORDEN Reliable House Furnisrer . YARBQROUQH HOUS "Tr.z Old Reliable," RALEIGH, N. C. L. T. BROWN, Proprietor ' ' ' is '.i "Uerit ami the location un- !. 'l'he:,l Hchahic"' wa m cr letter i the YarUirou'h is where people See My Samples! WANAMAKER & BROWN i-' t lie U-a.lia,: tuiiorsot' tlv lomitry. Thi "iMin tly have the h:t!id':net M.-rv-s yet ; .'"'scmi'ii. " Their rin- suit- are now m -e.io-1"U aiit,t :::H'!x;,M-:iult,u,Ni;:nthat use at t he same i-rkv a t'e .-a- i.iy, U.-.-y ! e uly m:i de. J r 3 I am then- a-ev,t. Let me call an.J show the t'lipleS. S. H. PEACE. FURNITURE l''i'mi 111 ti. : i.er e'.'nr less than cost. ;- :t riTirrr.-.tv,' - " c' U A Li.' jet uJ For M!e by . .at- . UlLLMIUr., Ms 13 1 ENJOYS Both the method and results when Syrup of Fig3 13 taken; it 13 pleasant ami refreshing to the taste, and acts roruly yet promptly on the Kidney?, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sy. V:: effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in it3 action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale 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 v.t; wishes to try it. l)o not accept u;. substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN fKAtiCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YOhK. N.Y. SMQETIG NERVINE. !s sold with writler, guarantee to cu;t Mervou 3 P rostra tion, Fits, ness,H-!iJncl!' ltd: furti'i triii ;! iid Wftko- fulneH, enured bye:: 'vtft&fW' Tv e--i useof Opium, z-' r K-V Tobtt.vo Mid Aleo- ' VV-Sl-n h"i; :.Ieiit;.I i-nn- 2.r:FCn - Af-TtR- u.t. SoftsninKo .n, iiusmtr misory, insantry u?-xn ; Oii.tei:-y, LOt Power 111 f-'t."! j'uro Cld Alio, Iuvnkmtiir.v I..-He, ;::!( .j -, is.hili'iice, ivT-'('i 1 ii 'ii if the J'.nea lit:-1 , -if Youth. 1 1 trive-- to Weak Onrim.- tb.-ir 1 Vi-'or ii'i'i l.u!ii's thi' joys of ii: oats .... . lio it ai..l I'elnalt) Wt'ltkiic.-s. A liloliihV U'ii'. ;r. ra pliiia j.uckat-'H, by mail, to tiny add m'hs. i I 1 'ix, (Jlioxes ..". Vi'ith every i,r order wi; trive a v'ril ten Cuarantee to cure r refund the money. uiars in n. Uuaruiiteu issued ouly by our ex 1 . aent. V. 31. VKAKIJY, Diirhsuu, X. C. Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Trervtmert 1" sold under positivo written truaraiitee, liy i; :e iier Ized atrerits only, to euro Weak Memory; Loss of I5raiu and Nerve Tower; Lost Manhood; Quiekness; Nitfht Iosses; Lvil ireani; Lack t,i Conlide:iee; Nervonsness; Lassitude; nil Drain-; Loss ef J'ower of thw Generative Ortrans in either sex, eau- d liy rver-exertion; Youthful Errors, or Kxeessive Use of eobacco, Opium or Liquor, which soon lead fj Misery, Consumption, Insanity and Death, liy mail, ,-1 n box; fJfor$T; with written truaraiitee toeureor refund money. WKST'S t'Ol'dll SYRUP. A e-'-rtaia cure for Coutrhs, Colds, A-tluna, l'ronehitis, Cr;.up, Whooping Cough, Sore Throat, l'lea-ant to take. Small size discontinued; old. rvie. size, 111 .w 'i"-c.; !ul tl size, now 50c. OUAKAXTKKS issued ( ;nly l.y W. 31. YEAH BY, Durham, X. C. LE BRUM'S Kill I.H ;il.u : i rve7 l""i'h' ijirtt-U t . ;iv .-.at .f Uu'-.i' (lis-.-ai 01 t:s.( : ,ni,y (Jr. ;g:ns, n-.i'ii'os chr.n?s vi iliet or i);iusOfnsf i:rjr";:ri.t! or I'isonous med ioirfsto bo U-li-.u i;..L-u.uiiy. 'iVhea AS A PREVEKTSVE by oitVr sex it i-, :? - .:.toe--'iitrart any cn-:rea! ; : .,( '!: K.u-e of t!io-e alrply 1's...-.m :. A tTi.:csso w :!li tii'iiorrliii a aiiJ ' t, la.n irou Geiiuine sold onlj- by V. M. YFAKliY, I)urha;!, N. C LAPSES Vnu KNOV DR. FELIX LE OmLTI o STEEL BHD FEHNYROYBL PILLS are the original and only FKEXC1I. f-.-fe ai.ii ro liahlecure on t!e murket. I'rico i l.C'J; ceiit by Jiail. Geiiuiue told only by W. M. YEA IJIIY, Iurliaiii, XT. C. A LADY'S TOILET Is not complete without au ideal m Combines every element of i a beauty and purity. It is beauti i j lying, soothing, healing, health- a ful, and harmless, and when . j rightly used is invisible. A most delicate and desirable protection j to the face in this climate. Izzizt npen having ths genirs. j j ' IT IS FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. TVLFPS FAMOUS ROLL CURTAIN DESKS. NEW STYLES. lur Viammoth ratalotrr.e of ltank Connt r. I4-mk. and other Ottice Furtiltiire f. r 1: i now ready. l) i.k, t halrv Table. lio,:. K llir and at man til ens urietv, r" v the IJ (mmmN ntiid. BANK COUNTERS TO ORDER TO FIT ANY 2C0'i. 1 alaltKi lrw. bend 12c to co i r - -ct . TYLER OFFICE FIXTURE CO.. ST. LOL'IS, MO. j 1 ? S POWDEa POIZOKI'S STORM'S EFFECT ON BUSINti5i5. Less Satisfactory liei-oris t r ?r. the Distributing l'oints -u 'oil.. ll. Mr. Xkw Yof'.K 1 f tr('!ier;i i trade throuuri.ut ),:n' ;'.v -. -ic Ill ill' n tv itAi " more particularly in the vo!ii;:v of ;Hif ehases of staples in the west, where trade has been iuite active and at east ern points; in the course of prices, the week failing to show any upward move ment of note in this line, and in the check to business south, together with damage to the rice and orang-e crops. Less satisfactory reports come from some of the more important distributing points south owing- to the effect of the storm. Aug-usta reports the outlook not so bright, and refers to the low price of cotton and its effect on the pur chasing power of producers. (leneral business has been unsettled also at Savannah and at Jacksonville, and rice and orange crops have suffered. There lias been no material gain in business at New Orleans, importation of fruits and receipts of bulk grain for uxport being light. There has been a fair business in hardware at Chattanooga, but other lines report less activity. Nashville says iron pipe mills are unable to keep up with order, but pig iron in that mar ket is quieter. Business is practically unchanged at Charleston, Memphis and Birmingham. CLOSING THE CAMPAIGN llrilliant Series of Speakings Scheduled for the Closing Days. Atiikns, (la., Oct. 1. The Hon. Hoke Smith will address the democracy of Clarke county tonight and a large crowd will be out to greet him. The distinguished visitor reached the city this morning on the Elberton speeial from Elberton, where he spoke yesterday, and he. with his family, is the guest of Mr. A. L. Hull. This afternoon, in the parlors of the Commercial hotel, a public reception will be tendered the secretary, enabling the citizens to meet (Ieorgia"s repre sentative iu the cabinet. The meeting tonight, which will be held in the new opera house, will be very largely attended, as every one is anxious to hear Secretary Smith's views. It will be presided over by Chairman Y. F. Dorsey, of the demo cratic executive committee, and the speaker will be introduced by .Judge Alex S. Erwin. Prominent citizens of the city will occupy seats on the stage. INTO THE COURTS AGAIN. New I'etition for a Receiver for the Atlan ta and Florida Railroad. Atlanta, October 1. Last night an application for a receiver for the At lanta and Florida railroad company was filed with Judge .Lumpkin and a temporary restraining order granted. The application for the receiver was filed through attorneys Alex and Victor Smith on behalf of the American Trust company, which is due 28,410.00, New York Air Brake company, to which is due Sr'38.40, and a number of other creditors. They allege that the road is unable to pay its officers or em ployes, unable to meet its traffic bal ance, unable to pay ticket balances, un able to pay for coal necessary to oper ate trains, and for oil necessary to lu bricate its wheels. . They say it is un able to pay any indebtedness incurred as the necessaj-y consequence of its op eration. WILL SUE FOR DIVORCE. 31 rs. William K. Vanderbilt to Knter Pro ceedings Immediately on Her Arriial. Nkw York, October 1. Mrs. "William K. Vanderbilt, with her children and several servants, is amng the passen gers on the Cunard steamship Lucania. A friend of the family said yesterday that Mrs. Vanderbilt would go to New port immediately oti her arrival here, and begin proceedings against her hus band for an absolute divorce. "Mr. Vanderbilt will not contest the suit," said he, '"for he made it possible with deliberate intention, and offered to set tle 800.000 on his wife and children in the event of a separation without the publicity attending a divorce. Mrs. Vanderbilt refused this offer. The Vanderbilt family will not make any attempt to effect a reconciliation."' A NEGRO ON LYNCHING. II. V. Astwood, of New York, Denounces the Crusade of Ida II. Wells. Nkw Yokk. October 1. At a recent meeting in New York. II. C. '. Ast wood. M. I)., a prominent negro citizen, denounced the crusade of Ida B. Wells, declaring that the whole object of it was personal notoriety, and assert: rrr that she knew nothing shout the Ne groes in the south. He said that ii.e respectable negroes of the north regret ted the frequent lynchings in the south but approved them to the same extent that the white people of the south do. Said he: "A reputable negro has never been 1 neheil and never will be. outlaws buffered such fate." Only .Judge .McAdam Confirms the Iteport. Nkw York. October h, Jiul-e Me Adam of the supreme court, yesterday continued the report of Keferee Kdward hicobs. o-rantine: a divorce in favor of Kuehene Beveridcre Cohlan in her suit against ( luirles Coirhlan. It is the usual form, permittinp; the plaintilY to marry ao-ain. but interdictinir Mr. ("ojrhlan from marriage. There i no alimony granted, as none was asked for. Wui. A. ltrady AVill Hack O'Doimell. r.osroN. October 1. AVilliam A. I'.ra dy. manajrer for champion .Iamc" C(U-bett. said last niht after the re-ult of the ritzsimmons-Creedeji tjo-ht was known: "I will back Move u'D.n.nell to rio-ht FitzsiinriK ns for 7.000 or OUU." IGO i:evolutionlts I nder Arret. Lomion. October 1 A dispatch to the Iaily News from Odesii rejxrts that I'.O r.. liave been arrested in that city in connect ion with the revolu tionary pl.it unearthed at Warsaw. Thi- S-ot h Miners are Supported. LuM.oN. OetoK-r 1. The British miners federation has decided to sup port the Scotch miners in their determi nation not to accept the proposals mada them and to continue the strike. for Infants Castoria is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as sup erior to any prescription !.nura to me."" II. A. Archer, M. 1., Ill So. Oxford St., Ilrookiyn, N. Y. "The use of 'Castoria is so universal aud i: i i.ierits so v. ell known that it seems a work of suiererogation to endorse it. Few are t hi intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach." Carlos Mautyx, P. D., New- York City. The Cextacr Eiiiii i u nun j .i hmlp. in m nip., i. ... 'J' i . t m zzyi sammm mm 0 p i q 110 PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT and potassium Makes Marvelous Cures in son Rheumatism and Scrofula P. P. P. purifies the blood, builds up the weak and debilitated, Kves strength to weakened nerves, expels diseases. giving the patient health and happiness where sickness, Bloomy feelings and lassitude lirst prevailed. For primary, secondary and tertiary syphilis, lor blood poisoning, mercu rial poison, malaria, dyspepsia, and in all blood and skin diseases, like blotches, pimples, old chronic ulcers, tetter, scald head, boils, erysipelas, eczema-we may say, without fear of contradiction, that P. P. P. is the best blood purifier in the world, and makes positive, speedy and permanent cures in all case3. Ladies whose systems :ir: poisoned and whose blood is in au impure condi tion, due to menstrual irregularities, are peculiarly benc-lited by the won derful tonic and blood ele-.nsi.isr prop erties of P. P. P. -1'rie.kly Ash, Poke Koot and Potassium. Springfield, Mo., Aug. 1-ith. 1S'.)3. I can speak in the highest terms of your medicine from my oivn personal knowledge. I wasafieeted with heart disease, pleurisy and rheumatism for 35 years, was treated by the very besc physicians ana spent hundreds 01 dol lars, tried every known ro:ntdy with out finding relief. I have only taken one Dottle of your P. P. P., and can cheerfully say it has done mo mors good than anything I have overtaken. I can recommend your medic me to all sufferers ot the above diseases. MRS. M. M. vr:AP.r. Springfield. Green County, II i. For Sale by Ail JDreiygsts antl Siichardsoti & Feriss, Wholesale and lU'tail Drutjsrists, firoensboro, N". C CHATTANOOGA I IS ?CoVv is the time to give your orders for these goods. They are the hest on the market. OLIVER CHIJLI.ED FLOWS, Just the thing to attaeli to your sulky. Hames, Traces, Mattocks, ete. Lime, Plaster, Cement and Hair. Luilders Hardware of all kinds. Stoves, Larh Wire, Town and Country Paints, Xew Leer ing Mowers, ete. Call and see us, you will he treated right at LLOYD'S HARDWARE STORE. PLASTICO iiWhyNctBuythsBsst? For nicest ar.'i b-est WALL FIPIISH ! Can le Ld at J. T. WOMBLE'S General Hardware anl stove Store. oie Arpnt inr P;it' " 'n l:irh'ir: C" S. K. TlKNKi:, J 1 i W' ZZm A "a A - . i 4 f DUIiHAM. N. C. Will practice in the courts of Durham and surrounding counties. All business etirutt-d to my care will receive prompt and cartful .at tention. Office with Major tiuthrie. and Children. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhcea, Eructation, Kills Worms gives sleep, and promotes pest ion. Without injurious medication. " For several years I have recommend.' J your 'Castoria," and shall always continue t .- do so as it lias invariably produced beneficial results.'" Edwin F. Pardee, M. P., 120th Street and ?th Ave., New York Civ Company, 77 Murray Street, New York. City. Pimples, Blotches and Old Sores p M.,,:Q Catarrh, malaria and Kidney Troubles Are entirely removed by P.P.P. Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potas sium, the greatest blood purifler on earth. Aberdeen, O.. July 21. 1891. Messrs. Lippman Bros., Savannah, Ga. : Dear Sirs I bought a bottle of your P.P. P. at Hot Springs. Ark. .and It has done me more good than three months' treatment at the Hot Springs. Hend three bottles C. O. D. Respectfully yours, JAn. 111. :id,Y 1U.X, Aberdeen, Brown County, 0. Capt. J. ). Jolintton. To all whom it may concern: I here by testify to the wonderful properties of P. P. P. for eruptions of the skin. I suffered for several years with an un sightly and disagreeable eruption on my lace. I tried every known reme dy but in vain, until P. P. P. was used, and am now entirely cured. (Signed by) J. D. JOHNSTON. Savannah, Ga. Skin Cancer Cured. Testimony from the Mayor of Sequin,Tex. Sequin, Tex., January 14, 1393. Messrs. Ltppman Bros., Savannah, Oa. : Gentlemen -I have tried your P. P. P. for a disease of the skia, usually known as skin cancer, of thirty years' standing, and found preat relief: it purifies the blood and removes all Ir ritation from the seat of the disease and prevents any spreading of the sores. I have taken five or six bottles and feel confident that another course will effect a cure. It has also relieved me from indigestion ana stomach troubles. Yours truly, CAPT. YV. M. RUST, Attorney at Law. - 3 Book cn Blood Diseases Maliea Free. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT. LIPPBV1AH BROS. FROPRIETOLS, !L2jjniaari'E lioeSi,riavannali, Ga CANE MILLS! mmfm THE fclTPKKIOIUTY UF THE STANDARD DICTIONARY Published by Fur.k A: U'aua:.'?. New York city. i f tablihej by Ijein adot t'-J by ail the deimrt merits d tie- I nit'1 .States Kovernrnent, and byeery KOernrnntof the Knflisb speak inte laL-g ua.e. colUve jirtsid :u. irofeeor8 and eminent scientists. c1tkj men. literary men. -iitors. prineiirai-of t 1. ihicntOH. judr-. lawyer?, printer", electrical and civil i-rifiatt.-rs, and by everv one wbo wants the best. I be standard IMrtionary err.t-d;f -s many new principles i:i Iexic'iriphy ll eotitait over -Z.'Mt paKt-. nearly xKi, words, which is nnre rnn twice the nuuilK-rf word?-; n any other single-volume dictionary. n-any b.A) illustrations made cji pr-!-s!y lor thin wv.ric.atid aUjut rar- words tiin any other dic tionary of the Jani-'uaife. 'It.e Instaliuriit Plan enables j ou to l-egin t -njoy the u-e of the dictionary at om r, jn)ir.i.' only a inail sum down. Write to u a:id n-urn hjw lavor able are the terms u;jn which it iM.lij. lie-nt canvassers wanted in everv count v. Wayne Alicott, Raleigh, N. C, General ARentfor North Carolina. SOUTHERN RAILWAY (PIEDMONT AIR LINE.) Hichrnoud i Danville and North Carolina DiJ visions. In Effect June 17. 1894. This Condensed Schedule is published aa in formation and is subject to change without notice to the public. DAILY. SOUTH BOCMK No No. 11 NO. 31 35 & 9 Daily. Daily. Lv Richmond, 12 40 p m 12 50 a m Lv Hurkeville, 2 M p m 2 40 a m Lv Keysvi le, y 11 p m 3 20 a m Ar Danville, 5 31 p m 5 35 a m Lv Danville, 5 50 p m 7 00 a m 5 40 a m Ar Greensboro, 7 23 p in 8 40 am 0 58am Lv (J reensboro, 2 00 p m t5 00 p m Ar Kaleijrh, 405pm 8 20 pm Lv ltaleigh. 4 10 p m 5 45 a m Lv Durham, 5 15pm t 44 a m Ar Greensboro, 7 20pm 835am Lv Winston-Salem'teJ05 p m 5 40 a m tt 06 p m Lv G reenslioro, 7 35 p m 8 45 am 6 58am Ar Salisbury. i 08 p m 10 25 a m 811am Ar Statesvillc, 11 19 a m Ar Asheville. 4 00 p m Ar Hot Springs, 5 8tJ p m Lv SabV -9 15 pm 10 30 am 8 11am Ar( ! 10 40 pm 12 00 m 9 25 ara ArS. ...... , 12 57 am 2 58pm 1137 am Ar (j i een viKc , 1 52 a in 4 05 p m 12 28 p m Ar Atlanta, 5 20 am 9 30 pm 3&5pm Lv Charlotte, 10 50 p m 9 30 a m Ar Columbia, 2 15 a in 12 55 p m Ar Augusta, 8 45 a m 4 02 p m Ar Charleston, 11 :&l a in 8 45 p m Ar Savannah, 5 30 a in 4 30 p m Ar Jacksonville, 10 10 u m 9 35pm DAILY. I iSo j N. 12 No. ; Lv Augusta, , 7 00 p tn 1 30 p m Lv Columbia, ' 3 2U a in 5 ll) p m Ar Charlotte, 40 a m 8 30 p in Lv Atlanta, U 00 p in 8 00 a ui 12 00 m Ar Charlotte, ) 0 30 a in 0 40pm 8 20pm Lv Charlotte, j 7 00 a in 7K)pm 8 39 p m Ar Salisbury, 8 28 u in 8 25 p m 9 49 p in Lv Hot Springs, 12 44 p ra Lv Asheville, 2 30 p in Lv Statesvillc, i 7 11 p m Ar Salisbury, 8 00 p in Lv Salisbury, 8 33 u ml 8 30 p na 9 49 pm Ar G reensboro, 10 05 a mjlO 05 p m 11 09 p m Ar Winston-Salem 11 15 a m '9 25 a m J9 25 a m Lv Greensboro, 10 10 a m 12 01 a m Ar Durham, 12 00 in 3 35 a m Ar lialeigh. i 1 00 p in 7 30 a m Ar Goldsboio, (3 CO p in tl 00 p m Lv (Joldsboro, 5 00 p in 2 00 p in 2 00 p m Lv ltaleigh, 5 45 a m 4 10 p m 4 10 p m Ar Greensboro, 8 3i a m 7 20 p m 7 20 p m Lv (j reensboro, 10 10 a in 10 10 p m 11 09 p m Ar Danville, 11 45 a m 11 40 p m 12 27 a m Ar Keysville, 218pm 3 20 a ni 350 am Ar Hurkeville, 3 00 pm 4 08 am 4 08am Ar Richmond, 4 50 p in ti 20 u ir ii 20 a m tDaily except Sunday. l.ctwct n West Point and Richmond. Leave West Point 7:50 a. in. daily, and 8:50 a. in. Uailv except Minuay and Monday ; arrive Richmond l:05 and 10A0 a. in. Returning leave Richmond 3:10 and 4:45 p. in. dally except Sunday ; arrive West Point 5:00 and 0:05 p. m. Kftwct n Riehmoiift aud ICalelh via Keyit ville. Iieave Richmond 12:10 p. m.dady; leave Keys ville 3:4U p. in.; arrive UxlorU U:uii p. m., Ilen deieon 7:u0 p. in., Durham 7:40 p. in., Raleigh, 7:3Ja. m. Returning leave Raleigh 5:45 a. in., daily, Durham lu:Oo a. in.. Ox torn 11:34 a. in. arrive Keysville 2:U0 p. in., Richmond 4:50 p. m. daily. Trains on O. ii 11. R. R. leave Oxford 5:00 a. in. and 0:10 p. m. uaily except Sunday, 11:40 p in., daily, aud arrive 11 v'nderseu 5:50 a. in. aud 7:00 p. in., daily except Sunday and 12:30 p. m., daily Returning leave Henderson 0:30 a.m. and 7:20 p. in., daily except Sunday, and 4:110 p. in., daily, and arrive at Ox lord 7:25 a. m. and 8:10 p. in., daily except Sunday, and 5:20 p. m., daily. Sos. 35, 3H and .'38 connect at Richmond from and to We&t Point aud lialtiinoie dally except Sunday. SLEEPING-CAK SERVICE. On Trains Nos. 35 and 30, Pullman Iluffet Sleeper between New York, Atlanta aud Jack sonville, and between Charlotte and Augusta. On Nos. 37 and 38. Pullman bleeping Cars letveeii New York and New Orleans, New York and Jacksonville and Tampa, and be tween New York and Asheville and Washing ton em phis and Augusta. Dining Car Greeim boro to Montgomery. On Trains Nob. 12 and 35 Pullman Sleeper be tween Gieensltoro and Raleigh. Trams Nos. Hand 12 rucsond between Rich mond and Atlanta and carry Pullman Sleeping Cars betw een Richmond, Danville and Greeuu boro. E. BERKLEY, J. S. ll. THOMPSON, Superintendent, tiujeriiitendeut, Greensboro, N. C. Richmond, V a. W. A. TURK, General Passenger Agent, Washington, 1). C. S. ll. HAUDWkK, Asst. GenT PaaB. Agent Atlanta, Ga. W. H. GREEN. SOL HAAS. GenT Manager, Washington, D. C. Trallic Manager, Washington, D. C A TLANTIC AND DANVILLE RAILWAY Schedule in effect July 1, 1894. STATIONS. Portsmouth, Norfolk (r errj-), West Norfolk, Chu rchland. Shouldeis Hill Reamon, .Nutfolk, Copelaud, Holland, hi wood. Franklin, Morys, Court land, Poje, ( 'apron, Drewry ville, Adams Grove Green Plain, J. R. Junction, Relrieid, Pieahant Shade, hdgerton, ltwrenceville, vbarlie Hoe, Rrodna.r, Ij Crosse, .-Muth Hill, Union Level, liaskerville, Roydton, JetXresti. Clarks ville. Rutfalo Junction, Nelson, Virgtlina, Cnristie, .Mayo, Dennis ton, Alton, Cumnghain. Semora, Milton, li.ancn, Danville. No. 1, Dally. 9 OU a m 9 -M a in 9 45 a in 9 "via in 10 04 a m 10 10 a in 10 22 a m 10 39 a m 10 4o a m 10 51 a m 11 07 a in 11 14 a m 1 1 25 a m 1 1 37 a m 1 1 42 a m 1 1 55 a ui 12 iy: p in iZ 12 p in 12 15 in 12 24 pm 12 43 p m 1 J) p in 1 15 p u. 1 25 p u j 1 42 in 1 4 p in 1 55 p in 2 p in - p in 2 35 p ui 2 5i ui i ip p m 3 15 j ui 3 ') III 3 p in 3 47 p in 3 54 p m 4 p in 4 15 p m 4 2ti p in 4 ii p in 4 5-i p in 5 T p Ui 5 St i in No. 3, Daily. 5 25 p m 5 10 p m 4 45 p tn 4 37 p m 4 20 p m 4 20 p in 4 m p m 3 52 p m 3 45 p in 3 39 p in 3 24 p in 3 12 p in 3 05 jt m - p in 2 47 p in 2 34 p m 2 23 p m 2 14 p m 2 13 p in 2 H p m 1 45 p m 1 2 p m 1 15 p in 1 o5 p in 12 44 pm 12:i8 pm 12 :u p m 12 17 pm 12 09 pm 11 Uik m 11 28 a m 11 19 a m 11 10 a m hi 55 a in I') 4J a m lu :r. u in 10 30 a m 10 la m 10 07 a m 9 55 a ra 9 45 a m 9 30 am 9 ll a ut 9 UU in C'NNEOTIO.. At Deineld with Atlantic Couft Line for Richmond, Petersburg. GoJdelxro, Wilming ton, etc. At Jeffreys with Richmond and Danvillr Railroad lor Chafee City, Oxford, HeuderBon Durham. Raleigh, etc. At Norfolk with the N. V., p. and N. Railway. 'Cape Charles Route. and Ray Line steaineri lor Old Point, lUltlmore and north ern cities ; with superb new iron steamer of Washington and Norfolk line for Alexandria, Washington and poinu iwrth; with Old Do minion Steamship comjany's steamers and feK-arn&bip lor Uid Point. Hampton, Netrport New. Sinitfitiel J. cities on the troiina sound New York direct and northern pcints ; with xl and M. T. comiany's steamshii for Rostou and Providence direct and Interior New Eng land points ; with N.. A. and A. railroad for the elegant hotels of Virginia Reach : with Ocean View railroad for Ocean View resort. Close connection with railroad and steamship lines lor all jxjinti north, west and south. The A. ii D. Railway company's steamer CUy of Chester effects prompt transfer of pa sengers and baggage between Portsmouth and Norfolk. W. H. TAYLOR, 0. P. A.