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   Daily Index-Appeal (Newspaper) - March 6, 1882, Petersburg, Virginia                                By Utaate aud 1 i T SALE JDVILDIKU LOT SOUTH SIDE OLl BT VIRTUE OK A ine UK thu 8th day OM preumwv tlie JJU1LDING LOT on the HOttth side of Old the bv TheLot fronts 50 aud has a depth bv par allclliucd of 250 with an office aud TJSHMS Onefourth cash balance and 12 months for negotiable aud title retained till paid Purchase to for JUDITH mh 4tdPi8 froni4be our auxlhaiy FOtt WR FOR undersigned will reut froni four rto she including a Bath and with convenience of large and water throuKhout the Thisis the juost de siruble location iu the aud imigt be seen to be 28tf i 412 West High T OR FOR Comer BRICK TENEMENTS Davia on Ileniy recently occupied by Vincent Reut Apply to GEO or fe20tf ENERGETIC MEN FOR W of ft religiouscharacter clergy box Balti brightcywl boy Among bis treasures saved to buy lie WHS very fond slie jipproprlaleititOiUie Wissiouary to send the of name to poor who never ito sound waad this can best be ItiOccurred to that wiih Uwe might of a meuioria bereaved mothers might consulted who tpusidcrs my suggestion a good J yi0t4 and the menieiiitaof our dar niessen gef while his brighl little spirit does His bidding in the eter c mothers jtliroughput ithe this ad4 to the flrst stone may raise a superstructure upon which s many names of those in heaven may be perpetuated hereranc the songs of the redeemed on earth mingle and swell the lieavenly cho more fe 281 w PiCTitBSBUKo SAvixcs AKD INSUCANCE I March AN ADJOURNED THE XV holders of this Compsny will be at thci olllceon Slarch at 1 OFFICE OP SKCBETAKY t THE Jo regular annual meeting of the Stochholders o will be held ai office ofthe in the city Of Petersbur on theI5th day o at 1 oclock nib 1td H AY MAY HAY HAY inPricc with the Decline HAY20 cheaper than at any time Ibis bales and blocksprime to SPRATLK Y fe27lw Ki North Sycamore H AY BE BOUGHT IN TOWN ANY LOWKR THAN WE ARE PRE PARED TO feSSlm CATJANISS itOld street II AY HAY HAY 11 stock large nnfl small for sale fe22 MARKS W JTOBACCO EST HILL PERCIVALL Personal attention to salesand prompt returns Good accommodations for mlilS12m DIPfiTHERIA A COLD OR SORE THROAT MAY NOT SEEM to amount tomuch audif promptly uttendedto ODICKLT A in such cases as PERRY PAIN The prompt UPC of this remedy has saved thousands of PERRY DAVIS PAIN KILLER is not an It has been before the public KOK Fonrr and is most valued where itis best Afew extracts from voluntary testimonials read as follows PAIX KZIXER has been my houBcbold remedy for colds for the past twentyseven aud have never known it to fail in effect H thirty years I used PAIN fonnd it a never failing remedy for colds am ai id so Have received immediate relieffrom colds and sorethroatyand consider an in valuable just recovered from a severe which I have had fer some I could get no relief mj tii T trim your PAIN whichrelieved me I again be without Have used PAIS family for and have never known it to I began using PAIX KILLER in my family twenty five years agoandhavo used it ever and have fonnd no medicine to take its For whoopingcough or croup it is the best pre paration We would not be without Liberty For twentyfive years I have used PAH or coins and chapped and consider the boil metiiciuc ever Wiliniug I was suffering severely with and throat was so inflamed I could scarcely swallow any I was advised to try and after taking a few doses was cmnpletuly cur Walton writes frontiCosudcton Your Pxw KILLER cures diphtheria and sore so alarm ingly prevalent and has not been known to fail in a single This fact yon should maks known to the Ellen Mason writes Jly eon was taken violently sick with high aud cold So raany children died here I was call a and tried your PAITT HeL was taken on and on Moduesdav his throat was It was a wonderful and I wish it could bo known to tho poor mothers who are losing so many For Chills and Fever PAIN KILLER has no 11 cures when everything else Delays are often A bottle of PAIN KILLER iu the house is a safeguard that no family should be All druggists sell and PERRY DAVIS fe l2m ESTABLISHED GROCERS COMMN Ill SYCAMORE Faithful personal attention given tn the of and CASH ADVANCES made on Or ders for goods solicited from responsible and which will be filled fair LOST MANHOOD A victim of yonthfnl iTOprnilfncn Proms tare Ixist btTlDR Jn vain every Vnnwn corewd B rtnplo unlf nhlch lift will UfcH to his 42 Vknthani rus of praise to Him who hath redeemet theni from all Great fromthe tiny and from the little mustard seed springs forth the tree amid whose branches happy birds flud refuge and a Why may not this small beginning produce great results may not tliese offerings so that we may foimd an and rear a shel ter for the girls in the heathen who and with none tocare for are led into lives sin and shame With the aid and blessing of Him who fed thousands with a fewloaves and this can readily be A be reaved an officer in our on losing anonly raised a to her by educating a Chinese girl in our school at calling her the name of her departed was soon transplanted the heavenly this mother beingjtwice but with an other tie now binding her still closer the Could not she add her contribution to this monnment we pro pose raising to our loved ones We may have lost a son or daughter dear to who hai reached beyond the years of child still we may present an offering of their and thns raise a that of shall endure eternal ages roll Con tributions to this memorial lund may be sent to the Corresponding Secretary of each Conference and form dis tinct fund to be placed at the disposal of the Executive Association as they may think As contributions come with notes from stricken showing that this obr ject of interest meetsa great want in their we feel more and more convinced that the Spirit of God originated this en terprise especially as the thought flashed upon her who proposed while upon her asking for wisdom to di rcct God laid the Stone upon stone is being small though the of ferings may appear cemented with fragrant with precious they form a solid dedicated to Thin must as His blessing will smallest effort made in His name ottering laid upon His By IIis blessing the topstone shall be brought forth with Grace unto DAVIDSON This fund has already reached several thousand continually Doed The following extracts from ah address delivered before the Massachusetts State Board of by Beu will interest to our land owners Of course every one knows it conveys the fence standing on the but all might not think it also included ihe fenc ing which had once been used in the but had been taken down and piled up for future again in the same But new fence material and never attached to the soil willnot Standing trees also pass as part of the land so do trees blown and cut down and still left in the woods where they not if cut and corded up for sale thewoodhas then become per sonal If there be any manure in the or in a compost heap on the ready immediate the buyer ordinarily takes that also longing to the though it might not be it the owner had previously sold it to some other party and lmdr collected it a heap by Growing crops also pass by the deed of a un less they are expressly and it is intended to reserve it should be so stated in the deed itself a mere oral agreement to that effect wouldnotbe valid in Another mode is to stipulate that possession is not to be given until some nXire may be removed before As to the buildings on the thougli gen rally mentioned in the it is not ab solutely necessary they should A deed of land ordinarily carries all the build ings on it belonging to the wheth er mentioned or not and this rule in cludes the lumber and timber of any old juilding which has been taken or blown down and been packed away for fu ture use on But if there any buildings on the farm built with the far deed would not con vey since the buildings are per sonal and do not belong to the atidowner The real owners thereof them although lie1 purchaser of the farm supposed lie was buy ing and paying forthe buildings on His only remedy in such a case would be against the party selling tlie As a part the buildings of the window blinds are even if at tho lime taken off and carried to the painters shopto be Itwould be otherwise if they lad been newly purchased and brought nto the house but not yet attached or fitted o Lightning rods also go with tlie louse if tlie farmer has any on his V furnace in the brick or s considered a part of the but ordinary stove with a loose 5pe running into the chimnev is a range set in brickwork Man elpieces so attached lothe chimney as not to be removed without marring the with the but if mere y resting on brackets they may be taken way by the former owner without legal The fastened o the buildings arc a part of it in and so arc the water pipes connected there vith bringing water from a distant f the farmer has iron kettles set in brick vork near his barn for cooking food for jis stockt or similar the deed of his arm covers them as likewise the bell attached to his barn to call his men o If he indulges in any orna mental resting on the ground by their own weight and sells his estate without these hings go with the Diner This is uuy to ou Lad kilci wrdersoiuc Uijug it fobt Was Jullev Sis I She Jlod last week didul auy Avoiding Miss of the solemn season Sho never could bring herself to say Lent It is so painfuijy jolt Boston v defined Class indeflnilixus is monopoly1 That es over not a monopoly Tyhcnjtis in your own Boston Inconsistent suit years Its i we call samplqd the verj good lie but blamed Ahidy who had been ira y el Ital T was hvainend how tMlied he rwwt aWnt tlie iu iu it is cu couragiag to Icaiij tUui we arc so crazy meet ing of tho i for Ihe JLivtwUwu of the uud tho4icvea Uojuof lusanity it was shown our iusiauc number 777 of the TUv is 1 to part Jho more thorough the iusauo from tjic eneral By sections th ratio is in this country England to 568 Middle to 000 Western 1 to 1 to The ratio to which wo may look for in the future in opinion o Dana New to In 1881 tUerc were 74 and 84 private The cost of maintaining them needs of the are want sepa ration of acute aiid i patients ant improvement in the laws o nioro amusement and work the and aseparation of Slat asyl urns from political she yerj Biuch in I was unfortunate to arrhe Uicrc tho alieavy Jiad 1o go about tlie streets in Springfield V iraportauf matter Jimniy Tuifboy is Tlie lias appoint ed him monitor of the slate and whether he thus retired from active raising the old iHarry with the rest of the bojs or is a are he will ac New JIaveti Mourning at the White lAJiiy place today asliecl Preling as he nvalked in and elevated his boots to the top of the Cabinet replied looking up from the pages of the Patent Office report There were lots of fellows here who wanted take Thus doth the oasis iano cent mirth lighten up the barren waste of official life How to A pply IJurt Soda auI is ago seethe Lon don Gazette of 1844 that the author of in some investigations as to the qualities and effects of the alkalies in the inflamma tions of the was fortunate enough to discover that a or satu rated solution of the bicarbonatdd soda in cither plain water or camphorated if applied speedily or as as possible o a burned or scalded part was mostef fectual in immediately relieving the acute burning and when the burn was only superficial or not very re moving all pain in the course of ayery short having also the very great ad antage of if appliedat of preventing the usual consequences painful of the separa ion of the and perhaps more or less of For this purpose all that is necessary is cut a piece of lint or old soft or jven thick blotting of a size suffi cient to cover the burned or scalded and to keep it constantly well wetted with he soclaic lotion as to prevent it 3y this means it usually happens that all win ceases in a quarter to half an or even in much less VVherithe mainpart of a such as hand and forearm or the foot las been buriied it practica to plunge the part at once into a jarpr pail or other conyenieift vesseriilled with soda lotion and keep it there until the subsides or the limb may be swathed r encircled a surgeons cottonband age previously soaked inthe saturated and kept constantly wetted with the relief being usually pro the solution be saturated and What is nowusually sold as bicarbonate of soda is what I have commonly and although this is known o vary much accordingto vhere it is it will be bund to answer the although probably Howards ismostto be depended the common carbonate being too caus It is believed thata large proportion if medical practitionersare still unaware if the remarkable qualities of this easily applied which recommends itself or obvious in Popular Science Monthly for Dried At present we export to Europe pounds of evaporated The process is extremely The fruit is cored and sliced into pieces one sJxteenth of an inch in thickness itis then exposed to sulphur ar rest all and then to a dry and hot blast of whiclf about half its original The sulphur fumigation prevents the fruit from becom ing and after dryingit almost as white as when first Simple as is this it costs about twice as much as drying the frnit in but such isthe saving in weight and it is prc The thing desired found Ask Idruggist for Hough on bedbugs lic COJOIERCIAt AVUolcmile March Reported by Hill The market agaiu flrni on Saturday but without quotable change in say on abasia of lls for middlings to llftcfor Sales were made of the latterboth bu Friday and Satur day at HHcReceipts keep mnall aid before remarked the Ftoek here is being gradually Deduc The receipts of loose tho past wcok were means large and prices remain about the As before remarked the aaitotionin Congress about the tax on nmnufflcturea tobacco has a depressing effect on the 50 for pool We quote Uartaadred leaf r to to veryfair and OOtoJSiKiforigpodto very good No dark or xod wrappers have yet in market that we have Barley leaf 21 with but very little Housekeepers who arc dissatisfied wiih should try he flour they have been using sho Tcckcrs Brfstol Family it nils to giro never jles selltodayin the European markets for fifteen cents a a An old produce dealer interested in the European export trade told an Evening Post reporter in view of the astound ing magnitude of the export trade in food would not be surprising to hear of attempts at compressing or dry ing every product of tie The same process as that applied to apples has been used with some success with and sonic berries that can be grown cheap and as the export of dried food pro ducts increases the import is constantly The raisins from California promise to drive all foreignraisins out of our There are vineyards of hun dreds of acres in Los San other given up to growing aud drying partly by evaporation and partly by sun Another recent use of the evaporation process applied to food products concerns the preparation of codfish for and especially for tropical The bu siness his been established in this city about six The persons who use process assert that ninety per cent the weight of a fresh consists of wa By evaporating the matter until the fish product becomes a sort of fine dry a substance is obtained which can be packed inboxes and pound of the evaporated cod being equal I to ten pounds of fresh so far as nu tritive properties The company which is engaged in the business has fac tories on the coast of Maine and at Glou coming to market dark aail red lugs notfroBted 59 to C 00 f rotted tobacco 50 to 5 quote at lOJi We SI50 to 1 75 according to quantity and Reported by K M 1 Market very little doing in buy ers aud sellers quote miine fl 40 to 1 50 extra prime 1 Ktcsipts Reported bv SamUHurt Receipts of wheat limited aud market here like all decidedly yet oura will compare favorably with all We quotu commou to to good as to Jl 2o to 35 38 to 1 Cora market ne it has been for some weeks or to as to tfnpnly iu bands of millers Demand of very as pur farmersarc now taking advantage of Ibis pretty weath quote wiuterat 83 as to Ac spring 58 to atto Very line black oatn command the Turkeys more abundant aud with warm have let down in price very We quote pales toduy at 11 to per pouud chick ens and ducks to SOc each eggs decidedly low Vfc quote IS to Kic per and receipts Have rarely seen a more active damaud for good butter whenever freih and good is Bought with eagerucHsaudwill com Irian d a good Com mon to medium 15 to good 25 to 28c clioice 30 to rolled AND White Beans more abundant and less We quote at to 2 50 per bushel black eye peas SI 75 per bushel black fallow pea scarce and very active at SI V5 to 2 00 per Sow is the season for farmers to buy clover and we Hurt quite an active demand for is as tho value of clover on a plantation can hardly be Wequote clean seed nt 50 per while com mon cen be boiifilit yet if examined careful ly will llml to coutaiu u vast quantity of grass GROCERY Reported by Itopcr bacon bulk lOaloyc bulk Virginia Me 12J4c do breakfast Lard 12c in tierces uud intnbsl2Kc Jl 2Sal 50 for newXo3 9 extra fat Slolasses Sugar house Syrup in white 44c fancy cut loaf stigur 45c New Orleaus new crop 55 a mauofuctpredJamily new 7 75aS new 7 23n7 50 5aG firmer common to prime lonlandpulverized lOKallc As us to quality white extra Early Rose 00 for large barrels Peerless aud English Champion mas extra KingsfordH corn stnrclx I8c for Adamantine candles per 11W a2cnte Soap per and 2a2H for bars Smith U DO Armstrongs familjyG 50 Kirks j50 BOal G5 round Corn Kcroseue w Ground per Ground 12Mc per Ib for strictly Pure ground CUE WING Prices raugo from40 to 45c for very V0oil fine 50 to 55c faucy UO to Musket 65 Central fire 75 S2 25 for 25 Ib 4 37 for 12M Ib 1 82forG4 Ib Reported by Steere Deer Mink 30a30 Otter RADWAYS E PETEESBORG W IK KK AA R B AAA D KKKK UK L IIK y RRK EH L IIKE FX K KK L UK F K KKEKLJULLllDKKy CURBS AND PRBYJINT8 INFLAMMATIONS PAIN IN THE BACK OR SORB TUROAt DIFFICULT BOWEL Diarrhoea Cholera Morbnj discharges from the bowels aro stopped IB fifteen or twenty mlnut6s taking RADWJITB RKADT No Congestion or no weak ness or will follow the use of IT WAS THE FIRST AND IS ONLY PAIN REMEDY That Instantly stops tbuuiortt rojccruclatlng allays iuflamuiatlonfl and ciiruB wheth er of the other glauda Or by one IN PROMONE TO TWENTY No how violent or excruciating pain the or prostrated disease may RKADY1USLIK1 will aflord iuetaut luflammntlon of the Inflammntioii of thd Inllammatiou of the Cougcstiou of the Sore UilUcult Talpitntlon of the Cold Ague Chilblains and The application of Iho Ready Relief to the putt or parts where the pain or difficulty edicts will af ease and Thirty to sixty drops in half a tumbler of wnter in a few cure Swui Sick Wind in the aud all In ternal Travelers ehonld always carry a Bottle of Rart ways Ready Relief with A few drops in wa ter will prevent Sickness or pains from Change ol It is bettor than French brandy or bittern as a OK PASSENGER SCJU5 with reduced by uio Old Dominion blmuiwhlp Lino between Pctcwburi aud New I The at tention of Rblppcre ana passengers bv thia kuowu lino of flratclimfl Iron IB Invi ted to the recent rvdiicllou lu Hates this city by Norfolk Western via Petersburg to New 9 00 IV W lacuile Weals ami Stateroom PawtengerR can now take the Norfulic cam every WEDNESDAY and at clone coninctlon in Norfolk arriving in New York the Steamer Old Domlulon City Potui overy Tuesday Wvnoko every Fiiduy night hattan every Cuiitivcltue loavePc turebnrg every Friday Satnrihy cr etuncs No Sundav train to City Jfrolght received u n to 3 oclock ft Asteamor louvcn New York for City every Thursday and Saturday at S oclock from Pier Novlli ItiverJ fool of Beach For freight or or any information garding the apply to JOHN ocltf Aeout Old Dominion Stuauislilp re Steamships appointed v om City Itolut overiS regular Hue sailiuf days from City Itolut overiS FRIDAY and SUNDAY From Ihiladelphla every TIIURS DAY and Freight rccelvod up to S oclock lu West End Norfolk and Western ladlug given aud rates For furl heir information applvto CLYDU feSO icueral Soiithcru WEST Leavo Norfolk IMoMQUi K drtDy bKhbure daily atUilttoldatbtrt EAST Leave BrlHtpl dally Baltlmoro Steam Packet Cotapany dally to and from JtaltinWo and iJl points North East with ttounen of the Old Dominion Steamship the Richmond and burasnd Petersburg and WcWkm At Burkovlllo Junction with the Richmond and DanvlUoJtallrottd and for VH all South route every facility to the traroling Banmn checked and time and at cood Many other i first Cliuwu Second Clou and Emigrant for lale for all prominent among which Now ifashvlllU 8L l i Trains on City Point branch and after will louvo Poierobure as follows 1 OnMONDAY at 8 oclock Ju i TUESDAY at 8 oclock and and 4 14 WEDNESDAY at 8 AT Jt TmraSDAT at 8 and FRIDAY at and 4 SATURDAY at 8 and mil 4 I on Friday at 4 connect with tho OlaDdmlalon Stcara OU OLD BAL J TIM01U5 AND THE NORTlIi JAAIES RIVER LANOINGSTako train from Petoivlinra every WEDNESDAY and couucctlnentOity Point with the etuiuucr ARIEL or CITY ot Vi Kara to 8 1 85 h 5 15 Tickets obtained at Freights to river low an any otlici Office In ranln bullilin Richmond BALTIMOllB STEAM PAC1CET COMPANYS POWUATAN Fnisrht FREIGHT LINES KOR1HLTIMIJKE AND THE Freight received every Weil ncxday uud Thursday in capt onil to bo forwardoil via nml every Friday and Saturday in wost dteiimcr leaving City Point following FrulghU low mid rates NO PRKfOHTS RECEIVED AFlER S Onto courts from linlUmorivia Powhatnn fiiut if Ounconl etivoL Jor anulv to dc8 MALARIA IN ITS VARIOUS FEVER AfflJ Fever and Ajno cimid for fifty There is not a remedial in world that will cure Fe rer and Agneanaallolher Scar Yellow and other fevers aided by Railways Pills so quick as RADWAYS READY FIFTY CENTS RADWAYS SARSAPARILLM The Great FOR THE CURE OF CHRONIC 1CROFULA HEREDITARY OR BE IT SEATED ra THE OR SKIN OR FLESH OR Corrupting the vitiating the Glandular Swcl Hoiking DrjCoughj Cancerous Syphilitic Bleeding of the Dys Water Tic White Swel Skin and Hip Mcr urml Feuialo In Chronic cases of Lucorrheft and Uterine dis In tumors nodesi hard and syphilod ulr ers In venereal sore ulcers andm tubercles f the Inngs in rickets in mercurial it a In these terrible where the hu man body has become a complete and where of esistence U1 wherein this jreat remedy challenges the astonishment nnd ad niratlon of the It Isin such where all asures of existence appear cut off from tlie by almost super 1 OFTIOE OP GENERAL I PrmnsnTJitOlUffinoArj v Jannary j JANUARY trains on this road will run an follows GOING BOSTON ANDSAVANNAH PAST Leave Petersburg daily Washington street depot Stops only at Arrive nt Weldon 554 PM NBW YORK daily Washington street depot PM Arrive at Weldou LeaVe PotcrebUrg daily iWashlneton street Arrive at 1 A TIIROUOU LtiavePotcreburgdaily pxntSunj Arrive at J Lottvea Petereburi A M Arrive at M 12ODPM QOINO NORTJI D08TON AJID SAVANNAH FAST e eldou dally A M NEW YORK Leavo Weldou dally P M Arrive at Petersburg PM1 Leave Weldon dully A M Arrive AM THHoVuii rakrotiT I ipttvo Weldon dally at except P M A rrlvc at JMorrtnira 10 M P M LOCAL LPOVU Weldon Wcdy P M Anlvo at P M SleepinK cars aud flret coaclies on ulelit and day No cliangtof cars between Wilmington and llirough tlcketit solfl to nil Eastern and Honthorn and bttEgiiRi chocked PaKBcngera going South will purchase tickets and check baggage at Waelilngton street I aswngow going North and Btoppint at Peters burg will clauu tnoir Jjaggacu at street For snlcbv JiOPElt Wholesale and For sale Ijy Halifnx street 10 Bank PtretH 5 north Sycamore street lloliras street Jones 100 Halifax Snperlufendent W Ticket Ja Diepchr of RICHMOND t ComniejicTng the lalutt on this road will ran follows Makes throiiRh con nections Stops only at and connecting for and Savannah and Stops pnllman sleeper be New York and Charleston on this makes thronh connection for aud Stops Drewrya Blurt Pullman palaco sleeping Wash ington and on ihis LEAVE Stops only in connecting wiih FreflerickBuurg and Poto for all points East and FRESH GROUND GRAHAM FLOUR AND made from tho best Virginia A IP ply of the beet it restores the hopeless ton life and existeuce where this great remedy stands alone in its might and In theprdinarv pklu diseases that every one is more or less troubled with a few doses will in most and a few bottles In the more aggravated work a permanent per dry per Ilal2c er should not A IViimo hesitate lo wait upon those whom even such a disease as small pox has There is littln to be by persons waiting on the sick if they will use Darbys Prophylactic Fluid freely in the water they bathe with and also take it In sick rooms it should be exposed on n plate or and the pa tient sponged off withthe Fluid diluted with and also a few drops used in It should also be used abont every part of the ijur nj WOOL Tub washed30 to Sjc per Burry15 to ate wrought pur TOaTjc cast scrap per 100 6ou70c per 10al2c TalOc Mixed cotton pur woolen Reported bv J C PROVENDBI Timothy JU a 1 io Clover 00 40 per huudrci Bailed 50 Hea 00 Reported by Plummcr U5rbasis lOd Manilla per pound Cotton per pound to 10 per a per ponurt Burdens a r 50 per Bur a fi 50 per Davis Sowiug to M MILL FEED Wholesale per 40c per refill ShipstnSf80c Reported by Hintou Bankers A Brokers STATE SECURITIES Bid Asked Virginia J 39 Virginia J 59 Virginia J Virginia 141 North s CITY BONDS Richmond lis 110 101 Petersburg City 114 LIVER KIDNEY AND BLADDER just received by fc 21 RTE LTAK CANDLES AT LOWEST I NEW i Also making connection with the Chesapeake ana Ohio Railroad for all points Thifl train stops at Cheater and Pnllman sleepers on thia train bettt ueu dud New YorlC excepi Sunday with the Frcde ricksburg Potomac Railroad for the Nonh and Stops at Ches Drewiys Bluff and palace fileepiug curs between and Washington ou this except U except A direct four hours connection is made between Richmondaud Norfolk by trains leaving Rich mond II M and Norfolk All trains leaving Petersburg will start from the Appomattox General I Jail General Passenger Ticket KMIj I OPEN Txraocon1 itENTTJCEY raz LEXINGTON WEST AM NO CU JtNfl E OFOXES WAYNES JBOROj STAUNTON AND AND DIRECT TO 3f Schedule in cHect in half barrels and fat ami in barrels aud very low i to 200 OUR BEST Briphts and largr ani and in all cases where are brick dust deposits possible and pain in the email of the Sold by Price 300 DOMESTIC and general assortment he lowflt ONE DOLLAR PER Wells Health Absolute cure for Xcrvous Debility and Weakness of the Generative nt For stile by 40 105 Norfolk Lynchbnrg City RAILROAD BONDS let mort Va A T R 3d mort S R R 1ft mort South S 3 Itid South 8 It R 3d mort Ifrj Petersburg R R lot mort 108 Petersburg R R 3d mort 90 KAtLItOAD STOCK Norfolk A WeMcm lfli 122 ion ifrju no 117 no ioa 104 One bottle contains more of the active principles of Medicine than any other Token In i teaspoonful while others rcqnire five or eis i timoB as I Perfect Soothing act with out always reliable aud natnral lu their ope A VEOETABLZ SCBSTITUTE FOE Perfectly elesantly coated with sweet purify forthe cure of allDisordcra of the Fe Inflaramatlon of ths and afl 5e rnngementa of tho Internal piucly vegeta containiag no or delete rious the following symptoms resulting from Diseases of the digestive organs Constipa Inward Fullness of the Blood In tho Acidity 4f the Disgust Fullness or weight in the Stom Sour Sinking or Fluttering at tho ONE STORE AND DWELLINGj Ou Old Market for Kent RY Lvu j Air I An Arr Lyuchbnrg I Air 1 Arr Clifton Arr White Arr Arr Jlu TOE STORE AND Dcflcltncy of Yellowness of the Skin and Fain in the Chef Limbs dad Snddcn flashes of Burning in the A few DOBCB of RJIDWATS Pnjj will free the sys tem from all the above named Potirsbnrg 90 50 in PRICE 23 CEXTS PSR We repent tnat tne render tnnst consult oar hooks and papers on Iho eubject of diseases and their anwng which may oo named FALSE AJfD HADWAY I1UUTABLE RADWAY ON and others relating to different classes of SOtD BY READ PALSE AKD Send a Ictwr etamp to RADWAY tn comet Church worth thoiwwida will bo U JMV Ou tho Sfarket for SALE or RENT Private Divclliug for Sale or DANIEL fe 1 8 00 All 11 02AM 11 52 A 31 12 00 noon 203 PM 840PM r 52PM 10 25 P M G25AM 7 OS All 1027AM 1205PM 12 50 P M 1 SOPJt 080PM G25PM 3 730PM 10 45 P Jt 1145PM 11 56PM 1 05AM 140AM 430AM 634AM 9 10AM 5 00 P M Except Sunday 6 25PM 6 15PM Ex 530AM 6 ISAM 7 15AM U 43 AM I Lexington Division AIT I Arr Arr j i Arr Cincinnati Ky C Hy I ESBS Jiy runs by iniuutcs slower than U 0 By C t O Ry Trains ran Lexington Jiivision Trams do notrun on l at lynchbrirc Junction for the South and Southwest at with tho Northwest at Lei Kentucky Central Railway for I Cincinnati and the West and with Railway j for the j No 3 at Iluntingtoa with j 8lnamloaVfor Cincinnati and too I KBllmari Sleeping Coaches dailv onNosland 2 I 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