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i ; FflArt Mav 20. 1894. 5 c J u , . i, i ;i 7: ;o a. m . daily,6:00a.in. daily ' I i ''.' p ,', ,, r Lyfcubun? and local sta- ;.; ,;' i.vik Iiuui k 11:15a. m and 'J:'U p. : ; ' t';ttion. lA-ave Lynchburg for '. 1 . iu.d-uly, andtt:l a. m. daily cx J i ; i will I, oiauuii. '' " ' .:- LEAVE LYNCH BC HQ DAILY. '"'"'.',' k i K-inoke, Had ford, Illuetield .' , '. a ;so for Kocky Mount and i'",',V. Winton-sialeni division. Con-j 3.:--'lt; , .,. at 7:10 a. m. with Washington , .. r ,.i LiLOiteu ior an points ooum ( ,,...11-1.1 . -- - - ' I- - DiuirigCarattached. V"' ' i '.v Chicago Express for Koanoke, - i t' V V t'lonta, Kenova, Columbus and ii , r' J' j. , .,.itn Kutlett Sleeper Koanoke to '''''i -.v'.'rMout change. Connects at ltad i ,,u::.'-' k' Tin x vi I if. OhattRiioOLra and -.r !i .ints. Pullman Sleeper Kad- at Lynchburg daily from the 't'-T-ii"l -.VP-LEAVE LYNCHBURG. . i .ii y, lor Farmville, Richmond, ' ' .' . . i Norlo.k, arrives Petersburg "," " .::!i-ctinir with Richmond and : . , i: i ,io.i'J daily, arriving Kichmond . ... . , i i .v oi l ii iv o..u t. in. ',,. 1 "".' rnve Petersburg; 5:50 a. m. con- u ' . !:. v i'. K. K. dailv; ariive llich ' , - '7 1 I..: arrive Norfolk 8: JO a.m. Pull- ;'(.. ! .-.'( ji'.'i' to Norfolk. :-:".,, "ji:J.. ;..!.! I'alace Sleeper between , ; ' i Kichmond. u . ; ; jr ' ,. ,i ! ready at Lynchburg at 9:00 '"'t,'r ! ' i 1 1 j r i of passengers. 'ff ,i: ir.'- at Lj nehburg daily from the jv' , i'si.. ::!' I'- Ii! KlfAM DIVISION. , . ,. j m it. urg i I'nion Station) js:i5 p. m ' ; . .!i ,i. in. daily except Sunday, for ' i Hi i intermediate, stations; ariive .'. ,t'; ! ;u uurham 11:45 a. m. and 3:.'Jti WINsTO.V-SALBM DIVISION. i,.i.,c it..ui'ike daily 1: 10 p. m. for Winston . , i 1Lr. nm-'liaie stations. ' Nn:;li CAROLINA DIVISION. r i.-.i-ki 7:55 a. m. daily except Sunday .,','l(. tt IL s-.-f. and 11:00 a. m. daily except ',!i-!.iy :-! i -.an hoe and 5:00 p. in. daily fo , jj N H VA LLLY DIVISION. j ...lV- i'..i:'-:M daily 7:00 a. m. for Norton, i; .ii'l all points on L. & X. It. It. via N'K''r t'l ' ' t!:i"' cards and all information ... ',, i,r . ! ' K. M. (iraharn, Durham, agent ,',u k i'. i wv-toni railroad. W. H. BEVILL. O V. A.. Uoanoke. Va. M. F. I'.lt .(. T. I. A., Hoanoke. Va. Carters Ideal 7 yftewi iter Ribbons. Vim can put tiicra on your tna chine without soiling your liatuls All kind.3 of Typewriter Supplies For sale by v i m) i M117, Ul JIJ Globe Office. Why Not Buy 'the Best ? I'll K srrKdIOKITY OF THE STANDARD DICTIONARY i '- Funk - Wagnalls, New York , . tai.ii.hed by being ado- ted by all the t:ii'-iitM.f the United States government, 1'; ' i cry government of the English speak- uiiL'c. college presidents, professors ' : !i"!it scientists, clergymen, literary ' ! s. principals of schools, physicians .iw its. pi -inters, electrical and civil , -f 11 : -. a-iil liy every one who wautsthe lii" m ui.l ir.l Ij tionary emlxidies many ' HI -in. ; pics in I.exicogrAphv It contains -;"" P i-'-;, nearly aiKMIW words, which is ; -1 t wicc the number of words n any . J yiMc o1muic dictionary, nearly 5,nn .t , ' !i '"a 'c expressly fortius work. and '"ore words than any other dic I'l 4, ' '' . 1 liUiguage. Ttie I nstalnifut t . '! to begin to enjoy the use of '..", ; u V. at iincf, paving only a small ',' " ' xvritc to us an 1 learn how f.tvor- ' rue terms u;on which it is sold. Host .ii p H-.m;,.,! in everv countv. wyn-i A!lcot, Rileijh, N C, ' i! -eiit f.r North Carolina. PLASTICO ! r' r nices: .imi best - - - 'j s a Can be hvi at J. T. WOMBLE'S " Uar lwirc anl Stovo Store. Vooi's piiospiiodini: Ihe Great English Remedy. Promptly and permanent ly cures all formsof AVrtvuj " t hi. nt-.vjt, muurwiw, jm nr.- Lite, rhta. JmjHjtt'ncy and al eff ects of Abuse or cfsf , Been prescribed over HZ years in thousands of cases; Is the ouly Reliable and Hon ct It dicing Inoirn. AEi Tfr-J 77 "ruppiSTi ior WOODS .mos c C7J AfUr, i huuisk; if he offers some S. 1 . Worthless Tnlti no In nlnr-P uti.j We m: n c . r?est EUlre' inclose price la " i ; s it i t y rurn mail- Price. one li I lain teaV"f;,Z f'w.rtrfciire COLONEL GRANT IN NEW YORK. OIVI ENJOYS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasdnt and refreshing to the taste, and acts srernly yet promptly on the Kidneys, Livc-r and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head-i-'.-ii-s and fevers and cures habitual . tipation. Syrup of Fig3 is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac eq.table to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most wealthy and agreeable substances, its naby excellent qualities commend it c all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c :nd SI bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who uiay not have it on hand will pr.; ii re it promptly for any one whe .vishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. N.Y. Comparison Made of the Son With the Distinguished Father. New York, November 3. Everybody who saw Fred Grant in the Fifth ave nue hotel yesterday remarked how much he looked like his distinguished father. He is just a trifle taller than the General was, but in physique he greatly resembles the General. His beard is worn in the same style, a little longer, and not quite so wiry. His ex pression is softer, but his jaw is just as square and his eye as steady as his father's. A suspicion of gray is in Colonel Grant's beard, and his hair is a little thin on the top. It may not be generally known that Sherman had a hig-h opinion of Fred Grant's military ability. He is quoted as sa3'ing' that his methods and ideas regarding- war btrateg-y and campaigns were identical with his father's. "If a big- war were to break out," said General Sherman. '1 believe that Colonel Grant would prove the greatest military genius of the day, and rank even with his illus trious father."' NATURAL "GOLD CURE" FOUND. I A New and Complete Treatment, consisting ! SdFPOSITORIES, Capsules of Ointment and twi 5.xesof Ointment. A never-failing Cure for Pii( f every nature and degree. It makes an operati v vith the knife or injections of carbolic acid, which to painful and seldom a permanent cure, and ofteL -suiting in death, unnecessary. Why endu.e this terrible disease? We guarantee 6 ooxea to cure any case. You only pay for benefits received. H a box, C for $. Sent by mail, ii uarantees issued by our agents. CftNTIPATIflMured' Pi,es Prevented, UUIIO I ITH 1 IUI by Japanese Liver Pellets he great LIVER and STOMACH REGULATOR and JLOOD PURIFIER. Small, mild and pleasant to .ake, especially adapted fur childrer ' use. 6UDoee? 15 cents. GUARANTEES issued only by W. 31. YEA K BY, Durham, S. C. jl m NEW Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment '3 sold under positive written guarantee, by author zed agents only, to cure Weak Memory; Loss of Brain and Nerve Tower; Lost Manhood; Quiekuess; N'ight Losses; Evil Dreams; Lack of Conficl-nre; NTervonsness; Lassitude; all Drains; Loss of Tower f the Generative Organs in either sex, eau.-'-u by ver-exertion; Youthful Error', or Excessive I'.-e of "obacco, Opium or Liquor, which soon lead te lisery, Consumiition, Insanity and Death. Ty niaii. la box; 0for5; with -written guarantee tociu' r refund money. WEST'S COI GII SYKI T. A certi.ir. ure for Coughs. Colds, Asthma, Bronchiti s Ci up. vVhonping Cf)iign, Sore Tlivoat. l'iea-.iTt t. ta-..,-. Small size discontinued; !!. Wte. size, n w'j'ie.: fl size, now 5)c. GUARANTEES i. iu .1 only t,y W. M. YE A i? BY, Durham, N. C. BMWZ L wg i ' i.t tt : ;:. city t-j l 1 - seat ri t:lO;u 'i'- -iU O: li,.; ! ; ! I T 1 lift T' Or- ; t,-.!ir, roi;-:i"-s ;.o ciiLiite of diet or n-i'.ioi1, ;i;er;:ur:.tl cr i-uisonous rned-i.-.i estj Lo tukon ir.icrnaliy. When ue I AS A PTlEVEfillVE 5y citlicr res itli e.:t !vto contract any venereal (li;c- .c . . the case ol tiioeiiireviyUsFti i i. j., j .Ostinieo with G.morrhi; a ainl UN-ul, v.e gudrdai ts a cure. Pnce ly siuil. pootfS pv $1 per box, or ii boxes ior 5. Lfi ie sold only by VV. 31. Y;:Ai:BYf Durham, N. () DO YOU KXOV LADIES DR. FELIX LE BRUM'S STEEL AND PENNYROYAL PILLS are the original and only FHKNCII. safe rmd re liable cure on the market. Trico s'l.OJ; seat by nail. Genuine bold only by W. M. Y E A ' BY, On h;'.::. X. C. A LADY'S TOILET 7.T ' Is not complete without an ideal pOUPLEXIOQI II POWDER. IV 1 POZZOfJIS Combines every element of beauty and purity. It is beauti fying, soothing, healing, health ful, and harmless, and when rightly used is invisible. A most delicate and desirable protection to the face in this climate. Insist upon having tha genuine. IT IS FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. O W K Vi "Jt. " ' irt ii T ' mi . . : At A A fll 1 1 y TO aL4kV if TYLER'S FAMOUS ROLL CURTAIN DESKS. 5EW STYLtES. Our mammoth catalocue of llnnk fountt rv. Ji')ks and other Oflire FnrnMnre for 1 . now ready. Desks, Iiair. Tnl'r. t'us', Klc and at mnlctilcss prices, iL Itie BfM Cioo! nindc BANK COUNTERS TO ORDER TO FIT ANY ROOM, .fttalogue free. Seed 12c to cover posir.'--. TYLER OFFICE FIXTURE CO., Hi'. IOCIS, MO. Vjn ii MMiiioMwrMwrrMWTwirMrT A Spring at the Ropes Gold Aline Yields a Yellow Stream of Much Value. Ishpemixg, Mich., November 3. A report comes from the Ropes gold mine here that at the bottom level a spring lias been struck which supplies a strong stream of highly colored water, being nearly as yellow as gold, and plainly holding considerable of that precious metal in solution. It is very palatable and ice cold. Several of the men work ing in that level have been in the habit of freely drinking this water, and it was noticed that as they drink the de sire for alcoholic stimulants died with in them. Some of the men had been heavy drinkers of beer and whisky, but since the use of this water they had no desire for stimulants. Their health and physical condition is generally im proved, and it is 1h night that the water is a veritable and natural "gold cure," not onlj for the liquor habit, but for diseases generally. There is some talk of erecting a huge hospital at the mine, using the waters as a cure-all. HORSE FIGHTS HIGHWAYMEN. When Stopped by Masked llobbers His Horse Knocks One Down. Passaic, N. J., November 3. Patrick Burns, proprietor of the Antique house, Nutley, was held up bv highwaymen late last night, while driving from this city to his home. Three masked men suddenly appeared. and while one grasped his horse's head the others cov ered Burns with guns. The horse, how ever, refused to be held. Hearing up on his haunches, he sprang forward, knocked the man down who held him, and dashed madly toward Nutley. Burns was jolted out of the Iniggy upon the horse's back. He held fu.st to the harness until within a mile of his home. Here lie met a party of friends who re turned in wagons to capture his high waymen, but the robbers had disap peared. Hums had -L,020 in his poc kets. DAKOTA'S CORN ACREAGE. The C'ommissloner's Keport Shows an In crease of 175 Per Cent- Ghani) Fop.ks, N. I)., November 3. The advance sheets of Commissioner William's report of the agricultural bureau show an increase of 175 per cent in corn acreage this year over that of 1SU3, when there were but 14,0(57 acres planted to corn. This year the assessor's returns show about .T.UXK) acres. The commissioner says that in the southern part of the state,, where the drouth was most severe, corn seem ed to have stood, the effects better than small grains. A KENTUCKY LOCHINVAR. Carries off an Old Flame Just Before She Could AVed Another. Vaxckiu ug, Ky., November 3. Jas. Goodwin played the role of young Lochinvar last night at the residence of Charles Haworth, near the Carter county line. Kate Haworth and Na than Taylor were to be married at 7 o'clock. At G:30 Goodwin, a former fiance of the girl, rode on horseback to the house, called her out and urged her to lly with him. She complied, getting up behind him, and together they sped towards Ohio. HER CARGO TOTALLY RUINED. The Siberian's Damage May Kea fh yoO, OOO Docked for Repairs. Chicago, November 3. The steam ship Siberian, which ran into the sunken steamer Allegheny in the lower Delaware, was yesterday brought back to her dock under convey of two power ful tugs. A careful examination was made of her, and it was found that the loss on the big steamship and her cargo will reach nearly ?-200.(M)o. making the collision one of the most serious that has ever occurred on the Delaware. STABBED IN AN ARGUMENT. Socialist Kuntz Talked Politic and Nearly Killed His Opponent. " Nkw Yokk. November 3. Jacob Kuntz. aed Hi. a stone cutter, of No. 413 East Seventy-sixth street, a social ist, stabbed Theodore Priebe. president of the Philip Maguire Tammany asso ciation, in a quarrel over politics at 1 o'clock yesterday morning. He na committed without bail by Police Jus tice McMahon in Yorkville court yes terday morning to wait the result of Priebe's injuries. Southern Secure the ieor;ia Ctntral. New Yokk, November 3. The reor ganization of the Georgia Central rail road and its restoration to the liich mond Terminal s-stem is now assured, thereby nearly restoring to its entirety that oncv great property. The modi tied plan is in press, and it willlc made public in a few days. Kite Hoy Danuerou-dy Wounded. Kans.v City. Mo.. No ember Twenty buys, celebrating Hallo'een. halted in front of Mr. Hay wi T home in Independence, at midnight. Ilay wood raised a window and tired both barrels of a shot gun into the crowd. Five boy were dangerously wounded, SOUTHERN RAILWAY tPlF.n.MONT AIK mm:.) Kiflunoiid ,v Dumillc and North Carolina In visions. for Infants and Children. In Effect June 17. This Condensed Schedule is published as in formation and is subject to change without notice to the public. DAILT. tOrTH BOUND. Xos. 35 Jt 9 No. 11 Daily. " Castoria isso wt 3 adapt ed to children thui i rio:i::iirT.d it .is s;:jeri. .r t. any prt'scriptioii ; .i .v.-i to i.;.-.- H. a. A::.-in:u. M. Ill So. :.fo;l : t., LrooLlvn. N" Y. "The use of 'Castoria i; so universal and i ; i.:cr;ts so well known t'aat it Mi'ins a work f supererogation to endorse it. lew atv the intelligent families who do not Lo p('a-t :ia within easy reach." " Carlos T.Iaktyn, I). 1., New Y ork Citv. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach. liarrhea. Eructation. Kill-; Worms, gives sleep, ut.d -ruiiioj.-s gestion. Without injurious medication. Lv Kichmond. Lv Iturkeville. Lv Key.s 1 Ie, .r hanvillc. Lv Danville. Ar (irecnstioro. "For several years I have re"ommeitde.i your 'Castoria,' and sliall always continue t do so as it has invariably prixluctNl K'nefu I.xl results." Edwim K. Pardee, M. D., li'th Street and ?th Ave., New Y'ork Cit." The Centavr Company, 77 Murray Street, New Y'oki City. Cold Weather oaches We Want fo Remind You That We Have a Full Stock of GRATES, STOVES, GflfiL HODS, FIRE SETS, Fire Dogs, Oil Heating Stoves, Etc., Etc. OIL HEATING STOVES ARE JUST THE THING FOR QUICK FIRES IN PARlOR. OUR COOK STOVES and RANGES Are the Best and Cheapest on the Market. Lv (ircenslniro. Ar Kaloigh, 1J 40 p m 1- 50 a rn , Z ;i p m 2 40am I ; 11 p in' ;i 'A) a ui ;il p tn h '.i-'t a ru . uu a m s 40 a in 5 00 p tn H-J0 p in , . 50 p in ; . 5 p in I i oo p m 4 05 p in No. 37 Daily. 5 40 a m tf Ss a tn Lv llaleigh. Lv Durham, Ar tireeiistioro. 4 10 p m! 5 4 a 5 15 p mj rt 44 a m T "JO p in 8 ;15 a m Lv Winston Salem 'trft p mj"5 4Ja m Ooii p ra Lv (Jreenslioro, Ar Salisburj-, 7 35 p mj 8 45 a m Ham v 08 p m 10 5 a m 8llam Ar Statesville, Ar Ashevllle, Ar Hot Spring. Lv Salisbury, Ar Charlotte. Ar Spartanburg. Ar Greenville. Ar Atlanta. 11 1 a m 4 00 p m 5 M p m' j H 15 p m'lOiJrt a tn !l0 4up milioo m Lv Charlotte, Ar Columbia, Ar Augusta, Ar Charleston, Ar Savannah. Ar Jacksonville, - . a m 1 5J a m 5 20 a m 10 50 p m '2 15 a in 8 4 S a m 11 :to a m 5 :ai a m 10 10 a m 8 11 am 9 2T a m 2 58 p m 11 J7 a m 4 05 p m l -'s p m 30 p in j 3 55 p m H ;) a m 12 5.5 p m 4 tc p m 8 15 p in 4 30 p m V .15 p m DAILY. Guns, Pistols, Hunting Coats, Leggings and Sporting Material, Lamps and Lamp Goods, Window Glass, Paints and Oils and General Hardware Supplies at LLOYD'S HARDWARE STORE. Cotton Blight. Tests made by the Alabama Experiment Station and elsewhere prove conclusively that Kainit Prevents immense loss caused cotton blight. Planters can nrcvent the annually by this disease. Send for our pamphlets. ... . 1.1 . . .. 1 ii. . sent free. It will cost you nothing to read mem, anu tney wi.i s.ie you They arc GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau Street, New Voik. 3. I Lave opened the above named liouse, which has just bit-n thorouiiljly reno vated and refurnished. Havins; been connected with the hotel business for a nurn ber of years at Battleboro, the traveling public, who patronized me there, will accept mv thanks, and ire solicited for their patronage when visiting this city. Table supplied with the best the market affords. Neat rooms and cleanly dining service J". X. PEOPEISTEESS Jo Id !i PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT , AND POTASSIUM Makes Marvelous Cures in Blood Poison Rheumatism and Scrofula P. P. P. pnrifles the blood, bollds up the weak and debilitated, pivvb etrengtn to weakened nerves, expel. diseases. giving the patient health and bappinesa where sicline-s. Kl ..my feelings and lassitude tirst prevailed. For primary. sconnary ami lernary lis Pimples, Blotches and Old Sores 3 Catarrh. Malaria 2 and Kidney Troubles 3 Arc entirely remoel by I".I.P. Prickly Ab. Poko Koot and Potas ium, the greatest Liuod purifier oa ' Aberokex . O. . July 21 . MES1R9. LIPP IAS BROS.. Bavann.u. Gi.: Dear Hiks-I bouphc a bottle or vour P.P. P. at Hot Sprinp s, Art. .and it has done me more jtockI than three months' treatment at the Hot Springs. Send three battles c O. L. KeSpectfuMyyoorsFWToKf Aberdeen, Brown County, 0. , j. D. Johnston. rial poison. n!an.(. dyspepsia, ana all bio! ana sKin ui.-ewc;. ery.ii'ei5-K. in all bloxl ana jki blotches. Dimile. o: eczema- we may mj, c-ntradiction. that P. P. P. 1" 'her. blood purifier in t! wtr'd.and ca-e, positive, speedy and irerasaaent cures in all caaes. , Ladies whoe "yst.-nis are jisoned and whose biood . m aa ure cona tion, due to menstrua! ":P?'arl, ire peculiarly b-u-r.te'l bv the w.-n-SerfSl tonic and bi-.-Kl-ansp prop erties of P. P. P iTick.y Ah, P--.o Boot and Potassiuai- Sprijjgfielo, !o. An??, l': I can speak in U.e b..b. st terms c. yourmeiicine from my oa personal knowledge. I as aCected uh heart disease, plenty and rheummr 35 years, was treated by the phy.k ians ar.a spent 'E,1IfV'i" thl lars tnd every known renr-dy ;ta ouVnndiTrei. II rvttu t.t .nrP. P. P.. ta.i s.it It has aone ie - hiii? I l,iv? ever T it eu : c l s e w M. YKAKi. n County, Mo. Capt. 7, nil Thorn it mav concern: bv testify to the wonderful properties f P. P. P. 'or eruptions of the skin. I Buffered for several years wnu u u niffhtly and diHaj?reeabie eruption oa 7ny face. I tried evry known reme dy but in vain. until P. P. P. waa used, and am now entirely cured. (eignedby) J. D.-JOHN8TO. ,c J havsnnab. Ga. Skin Cancer Cured. Ta'.irr.cr.y' from the Hzycr of Sequin.Tti. f-F.oriK. Tex., January 14. l'. jr.M. Lifpmas Bkos.. Havannah. Oa - tifntirmenl have trieO your P. P P for a disease of the skin, usually ;nown as skin tancer.of thirty years' .-and:n?, and found jtreat relief: tt P'jnfSeathe blx-i and removes ai. Ir ritation from the seat of the diset.se and prevents any pr.-adm of ifce norox. I have taken fiveor six bottles ard f"fl ronndent that another course will effect a cure. It has also relieved me from, in-lip-stion ana etomaca troubiea. Vour. trn! Attorney at Law. GGIiTS .-?ELL IT, M Free. cheerfully eood than an y I can reii'sciti', sufferers ci the a ve J M 03 ALL DI. LtPPtViAN BROS. PP.OI'P.IETOLS, IJpX,Es-n'9 niotk,?;avannab,C ill i t -r - NeHTHUOCNP. v- .w -W6 Nj X"- Lv AiiKUtta. 7 ) p ui 1 mi p m Lv Columltia, :i J u in r lu p m Ar Charlotte, ! 6 40 u m 8 ;i j m Lv Atlanta, itUOpm 8 UU a ro I- U) in A r Charlotte, i i 3U a m ti 40 p ni 8 'A p m Lv Charlotte, 7 00 a m 7 00 p m h :W p ra Ar alislury, I 8 a in 8 p m V 4l p in I.v Mot SriiiK, I I- 44 p ni Lv Ashc illi-, ! :) p in Lv .stat's ill-, J 7 11 p in! Ar SalibLury. j .1 mi p luj Lv Salisbury, h SI a in M ;i p m 1 4. p ni Ar (ircciidlioro, 10 Uo a in 101'5 p m II 0t p m Ar Wiiiston-SaU ra 11 15 a mj95 a m :rr, a m Lv (IrecnsLoro, 10 10 a m 12 01 a m Ar Durham, 1-' (K) m! ; ar am Ar KaleiKh. i 1 (Hi p ni 7;i a in Ar (JoldstKJio, :;tlU p injtl 00 p in I (Joldslxiro, ')UU p inj0J p in' (JU p in Lv KalciKh. i 4." a m 4 10 p m 4 10 p m Ar (JifenslMiio, 8 :i a in 7 'M in 7 a p m Lv (JreenslKiro, 10 10 a in 10 10 p m II Oil p in Ar Dauvilk-, 11 45 a in 11 40 p tn 12 27 a ni Ar Kejsville, 1H p m 3 20 a in ;i 50 a ni Ar Iturkeville. 3 00 p rn 4 08 a tn 4 08 a tn A r Kichmond, 4 50 pm li 2 t 0 20 a in tDuily except Sunday, Itetween Went l'oint anl Klcli litolid. L ac West Point 7:5J a. in. daily, and 8:50 a. in. daily i-xcept Sunday and Monday; arrive URIiiiiond H:0j and 10:40 a. in. UcturnliiK lcaf Hk IiihoihI ::lo and 4:45 p. in. daily except Minday ; arrive West l'oint 5:00 and o:05 p. in. iictuecii I: ieli iiioimI and Kaleigli via Keys ville. L ave Kichmond 12:10 p. in. da ly; h ave Kejs villc :J:40 p. m.; arrive Oxlord i:u") p. in.. Hen it i ron 7:00 p. in.. Dm ham 7:40 p. m., Kalelgh, 7:.Mt.i. in. KcturnniK leau lUleih 5:45 a. in., daily. Inn ham P :0o a. in., Uxluni 1 1 :.i 1 a in. nine K e sv illc 2:t p. in., Kichmond 4:50 p. in. daiij. 1 'rains on O. ll. K. K. ltave Ox l.i il ':( ll a. in. and 11:10 p. in. uaily t xcept Sumlay, 11:10 p in., daily, and ariive ik inlci.-i-n ::'. a. in. and 7:00 p. in., daily except Sunday ami J2:.(0 p. in., daily KeturniiiM leave lienderMiti tK-Oa. m. and 7:20 p. in., daily except Mindly, and 4:.l p. in., daily, and m ine at Uxlord :25 a. m. and :lo p. m., daily excej t .Sunday, ami 5:20 p. ni., daily. N os. ;15, ;Mi and ;J8 connect at Kichmond Irorn and to West l'oint and lUUnnoie uuily except Sunday. si.kki'I ti-CA it ski; i c On Train No. '.i and .'iii, I'ul man Kullct Slecpei lx-t wifii .New Vork, At lanta and Juck- sonMile, and U twccn ch.ii lot tc and AuRuntn. On .No. and iii. I'u nin.-i.i c-le-niiK 'b lictwcen .New loik and .New tihaiiM, iew York and Jacksonville and Tampa, and be tween .New iuih iiii'l ;slicvill(! and WimhiiiK- ton, Memphis and Augusta, liming Car (ieemt- Uro to Montgomery. On 1 rains .Nos. J2 and :t5 I'ullman SieeiK-r Ix- tween tiieenslKiro and Kuleigh. Trains Nos. Hand 12 ruiiHoiid lx-tw'.-n Kich inoii i and Atlanta and carry Pullman Sleeping Cars between K'chinond, Danville and (Jrcen- Ixiro. K. HEKKLKV, J. S. It. THOMPSON, Suerinteudent, Suerlntendent, jreenlort, N. C. Kichmond, Va. V. A. TL'KK, General I'asHenger Agent, VVAMIIMiTO.N, D. C. S. II. HAHDWltK, Ahht. denT Pass. Agyit Atlanta, (a. , II. (J KLEN, SOL HAAS. (jeuT Manager, Trailic Manager, W'aohington, D. U. Vahiiigton. li. C TLANTIC AND DAN VI LLK KAILWAV Schedule in effect July 1, 11. W, No. I, Dally. J oo a ui -Ji a m 45 a k. 5.1 a in 10 04 a in 10 lo a in 10 22 a m 10 ;". a in 10 4o a lu 10 51 a m 11 07 a in 11 iu 1 1 2 a in 11 i, a in 11 4 a Ui 1 1 .") a tn li Oi p ni 11 12 p in 12 15 p in l: 21 in 12 l i ui limp m 1 15 p ii. 1 25 p m 1 2 i m 1 4 . p m 1 .V p m 2 j in 2 li p in 2 'i't p tn 2 :" p in .1 , p in :i 15 p in ', '. p in I i. p m 1 17 p in ;j 51 p m 4 o p m 4 15 p m 4 p in 4 S p in 4 ( p tn 5 u7 p in 5 2-5 p tu Vii linit.H ami Uicburl.oii V Perils, W holesale antl Ketail OriijjgitS Greensboro, X. C STAl IOB. Portsmouth, Nortolk (heiry, V t Norfolk, Churchiand, shouideis Hill JP-amn, mjMoU. 4peluinl, Holland, Ll wix, rankliii, tr s. ourtlai.d. Pope, ( apron. Iircwrj ville. .vdatns irovt lir en Plain. .1. K. Junclloii. Ik-Jtleld. I'leaj'nt Shade, hdgerton. Uwn-iici ville, t.ai lie Hojh-, llnxlnar, I-i CroMr, outh 11 111. I ti ion L- 1, liaskerville, lloydtori. Jell res. .arkhv llle, Kutlaio J ni.ctioi; N lHon, Virgtliiii', Chi i-tie. Majo. D. iiii.st- n. Altn. ( uriibgham. Seinora, Milton. ItiHlll.'li. Danville. No. 2, DaJly. 5 ; 5 p iii 5 10 p m 4 45 p m 4 -77 p m 4 2o p in 4 J) p m 4 ifJ pin 1 52 p ui I 45 p lu ;i S p m .J 21 p Ui i 12 p m i 05 p in 2 52 p ui 2 47 p ui -' M p LQ 2 Zi l m 2 in pin 2 . p m 2 04 p m 1 45 p in i Z p LU J 1 5 p m I 5 p m 12 i p in 12 p m 12.12 pm 12 17 pui 12 it p rn 11 -Via rn 1 1 2 a rn 11 Pa in 11 lo a in 10 55 a m lo itniii 10 C a ni 10 JO a m 10 l1 a rn 10 07 a m ' V. a m ' 4S a m V jrjam v 17 a in ' if) a ni ei.vseaioNn. with AtUntic CVant Petersburg. Goldeboro. Line for w ilnilng- At IicIneM Kichmond, ton. etc. . . . , ... At Jeffrew with Uicba-orid atd Danille iUilroad lor Cbae City, uxlord. HenderwD, Durham, Kaleigh. etc. At .Norfolk with the N. V.. I, and N. Kailway. .Cap. Cbarlii lluule.) and Hay Line ."teamen? lor Old Point. ItaltiLuore and north ern cities: with mtn-rb Lew iron steamer of Washington and Norfolk line for Alexandria WHshington and i;nw north; with tild ly rniuin Su-ainsbip corEj-any's steamers and steamships lor dd Point. Hampton. Newirl News. Mniti.hel'l. cities on tbel rolina sound. New Vork direct and northern ints ; with , and M. T. company's steauishij for liotoi and Providence direct and interio New Kin land points : with N.. A. and A. railroad for the elegant hotels of Virginia Heach : with Ocean View railrjad for 4ctan View resort, flow; connection with railroad and steamship lines for all poiuta nortb, west and south. IheA.i D. Kailay company' steamer City of Chester effects prompt transfer of p. e tigers and 1 aggage bet ecu Portsmouth ai d KoM:k" W. H. TAVLOH, . x