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Daily Index-Appeal (Newspaper) - July 20, 1882, Petersburg, Virginia VIRGINIA ACAEMIC VIRGINIA OVJEU AS YKAK8 who liuvi passed tlio miuired entrance eruixnSutttioUK Catalogue will bo 1roo of tuition to the Academic SchoolB of Examination will be hed Sviiiciiiber JULY JMHISA jy ISliu Chairman of the f ESLETAN FEMALE IN iiS S OPKKS SKPTE11BBK ONI OF thelmsT SCHOOLS iron YOUKO LAWKS IN THE UNITED Surroundings Climate Pupils from 18 TJEHMS AMONG THE BEST IN THE English Instrumental for scholastic from September to For write to jy HAMPDEN SIDNEY The 107th Session will begin oil SEPTEMBER For apply to the jy CLEKK UF THE s ODTHERN FEMALE SYCAMORE ST Twentieth annual session commences on Sep tember lipnrluuu full with or without one the with instru mental Aiiplv for catalogue to That is what a great many people are They dont know just Ayhat is the but they have a combination of pains and and each month they grow The only sure remedy yet found is BROWNS IRON and this by rapid and thorough assimilation with the blood purifies and enriches and strong blood flowing to every part of the system repairs the wasted drives out disease and gives health and This is why BROWNS IRON BITTERS will cure kidney and liver mala intermittent 203 I a great sufferer from and for several weeks could eat nothing and was growing weaker every tried Browns Iron and am happy to say I now have a good and am getting BROWNS IRON BITTERS is not a drink and does not contain It is the only preparation of Iron that causes no injurious ef Get the Dont be imposed on with A DISORDERED UVER IS THE BANE of the present It isjFor the Cure of this disease and its DYS that TTTTTS have gained a worldwidB So Bemedy hasever been discovered that nets so gently on the digestive giving themvigor to as similate As a natural tho Nervous System is the Muscles are and the Body a Flfinter My plantation la In a malarial For aevoral years I could not make half a crop on Account of bilious diseases and I was nearly discouraged when I began the ttae of TDTTS Tho roault was marveloucu zny laborers soon became hearty nnd rotmsH aad I have bad no furtlior They relieve tho engorged Blood from polnonotu ana ciuuc ttie to ant which no one can Tecl Try tbU remedy and yontrtl it Strons sisiilnSouml TUHS HAIR GRAY HATH or WinsKERS changed to a Gtosav BIACK by n single application of this It Imparts a nnUiral nurt acts Sold by or sent by express ou receipt of Ono 38 Murray New TUTTS of Information ofTirf Useful u sclli to mailed fKSS on UK N I EDST FULL LINE Ov AT 21 noLLixcnnooK HILL vt Pcrsonnl attention to and prompt rettirn t Good accommodfitionfi for tcnTnn mh ISlSnx DEATH OF THOMAS VISIT TO TJIK GKKJEN SPIUNU8 NK10H LIKE ISpecial Correspondence of tlie July Thomas Tutwilerwlio was sc seriously hurt onTuesday died a about y oclock Saturday lie had beeu attending the county court which was in session und left earl Tuesday I for home in Fluvaiiua lie wtis driving a rather wild horse his sulky arid the accident by which he was killec occurred at Bucks which is two miles south of the Borne saj he had some tin ware uud a piece of stove pipe tied uucler his sulky and suppose the horse became frightened at these others think that as it was very early in the morn ing before sunrise that lie probably aroused some pigs that frequent around the mill and the horse took Irightat The accident occurred at probably the very worst spot on his whole as at Bucks Mill it is exceedingly hilly and lie did not speak or give any signs ot coc sciousncss when and remained in that state until death threw its shadows over His wife drove over here from her Fluvanna a distance of upwards of twentyfive in two hours and a Tutwiler was a prominent citi zen of Lie was a very able I was up iu the Green Springs neighbor hood This is the fertile spot in and it is so much richer than any other part of the county that it is a sort of oasis in a Wheat and corn and grass usually grow very luxu riantly up and the mountains be yond with their exquisite lend an ad ditional charm to the I notice Trevilians Depot appears to be thriv The concert given in North Car under Miss Lillian Arnolds direc ion it is attended by a large Miss Mary Elizabeth a foung lady of great rendered Pat tisons pretty Sunrise Mazurka and Jack Frost Galop She has much talent for playing and sings pastor of the Metho dist church at is a in principal of the Danville Fe male The weather is cool aud pleasant it looks rho Kntltiiitl Mountain in Cuioii Editor nf tJte Atlanta Jlerald This and celebrated mountain is sit uated in Northeast iu Union on tlie head of the or lie iiillicr of where the raiu itonu and one part runsjulo the Ihe other slowly vinds its tortuous way two thousand miles to the Gulf of below New This mountain is a peak of the Ap jalachain Chain or Blue which ex ends from for a housand miles to the Lawrence and is characterized as being the first dry and raised above the It is called the Suchantccl Mountain from tlie Cherokee egend or that Noahs Ark anded whilst himself aud with all the inhabitants of the march id out and wended their way westwavdto Ind a As proof of the racks of all the animals aud of human be ngs are bund around and about Ihe The legend reads That the great war led the and find his foot prints 17 inches long with 0 proving lirn to have been a The footprint if his korse measures llJxlS avid the right are the tracks of the feel of a vomaii aud of four and of natu ral each with live On every side are to be found the tracks f and other birds and animals all going in the same The first mcnlion of these relics of anli lUity was given by in aud t parly of Georgians made tlie next visit o it on the 4th of July in 1834 The reck language has a which is uore rational and doubtless lhat there was a great battle fought there for between the Indians of various tribes and nations and the now extinct mound builders who had inhabited the country for and the sculptures are symbolic to commemorate the where the blood ran in It always rains when anyone visils the as if sympathetic nature wept at the recollection of the horrible and bloody Ou the occasion of the visit of the par ty in they camped about four miles from the and were fore by the Indian who said a storm was They had their horses and marched slowly through the jungle until daylight when they encamped near the eagerly sought Track Hock and having spread their breaktast ou the they poured out a libation to appease tlie wrath ol t In order to force the fulfillment of the the parly waited until rain storm was and the lirstblowof thu hnmruer and chisel struck in develop ing the was answered bj a clap of wliich shook the moun and was followed by a deluge of raiiijibut they worked on until they chis eled Out the track or footprints of a deli cate and having secured the por tion of the rock in which it was sacked aud mounting their rode off rapidly for a distance of four AATien tlic rain had ceased the sun shone and the drenched parly were made After a lapse of fortyfour in the lute geolo gist and with a few of the original visited the and scene had Xo clouds sicd sympathetic no lichtniug flashed athwart the skies nor thunder rolled all was and they wandered over the ground and sighed lo witness desolation produced by ignorant unthink ing in destroying those precious relics of a Ions by goddess of smaller made of dif iereut was at the same placs iu 1870 or J87L All the monads vixencd by Stephen sou contain mica which were used of these works of art in porphyry and rock crystal are and are evidences of a high order ol artis tic The vast remains of Sallie Hughes col lection are the only ones in this vast and extensive which contains gold beads accounted foe ou the ground of the James Moss informs us that a snake in the public near the Gordon and Giluier that was thought to be fifteen feet with a body half as large as sn ordinary sized man and head as broad as your The snake disputed Enlows right to the they entered into mutual aad forced Eulow to retreat for one hundred and fifty or two hundred Bnlow disputing every euch of existence of a gold mine near by where the gold is These people knew nothing of working any metal except gold and the latter being obtained from Lake where their iniiiinjr tools are now composed of obsidian aud From every geological evidence we must believe that they lived iu Georgia ages but their extinction has been within the past ten The Smith sonian luslituteat direction of the noble and progressive has a corps in the AVest collecting all those relics of necessary to form uu alphabet with which to read tlie historyofthis wonderful and like Chanipolion of who un locked the mystery of the Egyptian his after buried for nearly will unfold the of the and enlighten the present generation upon subjects of vast importance to science aud Should our legislature appropriate a sufficient sum to induce we may expect that in a few a large number of these relics of antiquity will the ground with before the would leave the He hit tho snake snake several but was unable to give him a serious A celebrated preacher makes the recommendation of Ayors Pills a mallei of religious AVheu people are bilious and what they need i the Gospel of Iu such Hi best creed to swallow consists of the thirl sugarcoated articles iu a Jllly mil and that still greater evi intcrestiiiir denco of the existence of this people will be A FOB Popular Monthly Drawing of the fu the City of on JULY These drawings occnr monthly Sunday cd under provisions of au Act of the General An sembly of The United States Circuit Court on March Sis rendered the following decisions THE COMMONWEALTH DIS TKJBXJT10N COMPANY IS DRAWINGS ARE FA Tho Company has now ou hand a large rep Read carefully the list of prizes for the JULY 1 OCX 1 1 IU W 100 200 50 3 12001 Approximation Prizes 9 SIX i fjOC 9 100 900 Half Whole 27 55 Bemit Money or Bank Draft in or send bj Dont eend by Kefrislered Letter or Postofflce Orders of ST nnd by ex can be sent at our Address ail or dets to H SI ourrial Puild or K M 09 New IS Within a narrow room That upon a noisome llnlf fainting with the stifling A Ktarvinj irl works out her Yet not the less in Gods iwect air The little siiif free of Aud hawthorns blossom Swift ceaseless toil scarce winuclli bread Front early dawn till twilight Shut hi by four ugly The hours crawl round with murderous And all the iu some still Where intertwining boughs The blackbirds time Hies With envy of the folk who dio Who may at last their leisure Whose longedfor sleep none roughly Tired hands the restless needle But far and wide in meadows ieeu The golden buttercups lire And reddening sorrel nods Too pure and proud to soil her soul Or stoop to basely gotten By days of changeless want and puiii The seamstress earns a prisoners While in the peaceful lielrts the sheep Feed and through heavens blue deep Tile Silent cloudwings stuiulcss And if she be alive or dead That weary woman scarcely But buck and forth her needle noes In tune with throbbing heait uud where the leaning alders Whitebosomed hliihe of Above still waters skim aud O God in heaven shall I who slurre That dying womans Taste all the summws bounteous good Unburdened by her weicht of ciirel The while mqondaieies star tlie The lengthening shadows oer them The meadow pool is smooth as The Test The operations at Alexandria gave the rst opportunity naval men have had to lest the merits of tlie improved modern rouclad and prove its superiority when pitted against guns mounted ashore in bits of approved The bom bardment was a practical The Egyptians it is no vessels to munoeuver in no no tor Nor were their works armed with guns of equal weight with the SI guns of the Euglish ironclad Inflexi The work lo do was It was n the main a still and the got the best of Thu lorts and earthworks of Arabi Pasha were speedily mocked about his but the ships Mime oil The fact hal he used solid aud not pro jably shoves that his main hope wras to link the English Thst they re isted tire so well bears witness to he comparative impregnability of the uoclern Most of the iron clads The Invincible i broadside having but sixinch anchored during the aclion oil the formidable Fort offer ug a fixed and broad to the Egyp ianrifled Tlie Invincible hit often and penetrated six but she s one of a class only partly The enemys shot riddled her unprotected i scattering splinters here aud 3Ut her battery and waler line were well and effectually resisted serious had but six men The similarly was icnclratcd live in no vital wiugto the disposition of her laving one gun disabled and eight men The by far the most powerful and bestarmored vessel of he was hit five and one shot vent through her unarmored killing MIC man and wounding two WFTT MT TUKSMI The when she was launched n was regarded as the most formid in seeking antidotes for diseases and relief from able engine of naval warfare in the ind still compares favorably with the Dan lolo and the two great Italian armedwith 100toii She is a turnscrew turret o2U feet long between perpendiculars and 75 feet in breadth at the widest being literally Jnst received a full line of bottom prices all kinds of raw and fresh rousted every variety of ENGLISH nud FAXU rifli OCKJl 7ES FULTON MARKET NE ROE CUTIIERRIXGS TAYLORS CANVASSED HAMS FERKISS and CHIPPED Prime and Genuine Gilt Edged BUTTER and CHEESE Wilsons SEA FOAM A large assortment of GkKEEX and BLACK 50 cent per lb to the finest cases JULIEK CLARET Pure old Hennesseys FRENCH BKASDY CATAWUA and for Medicinal purposes Gold Seal Clmtnpasne pints and Sole agent here Jloerleins My stock is Prices Goods war ranted by je29 i North Sycamore Hundreds of citrcs are continually offered to the public and declared to be backed np by certificates of unknown some of whom occasionally stick an to theiriHimcs us a halt to deceive the and by such means large quantities of nostrums are swallowed with tlie greatest faith in their invaluable f tliCtruth were they possess no other virtue than that of creating destroying ihe coating ill I and laying the foiiiidution for mi a leclangllhli armored All the vul incurable Tins i the case with BA ncrable parts of the Ship are inclosed in I KEHS PUEMIUM No certificates the central citadel the rtmaininir sections those of well respectable citizens of it fetate have been published and the Proprietor now wliosc existence and gigantic cemeteries and extend from tho Atlantic ocean and Gulf of to the great lakes of the North and from the Apalachian to the Rocky Mountain embracing a vast which was thickly and from every evi dence we must have contained at lenst one hundred millions of whose knowledge of the arts and sciences nearly equaled that of tlic They evidently worshipped as their i temples in Georgia and the great West have an cncarpisicntort the easicrn side on which the saciifices were and from which several gods and goddesses have been plowed At Bailie on the Klownh fifty years one of the images was are simply designed to iloat This 110 feet by is armored G feet 5 inches above the water line and 9 feet 7 inches below The plating varies in but at the most vital point con sists of 24 inches of solid in two each strengthened by backed by teak packing 17 inches mak ing ii wall 41 inches The turrets are placed on cither fcide of the ship eit cclidoii within the citadel Vie foreturret on tl port so that all four guns can be discharged simultane ously ia ihe same The guns can also be depressed so as to lire down oa the deck of an enemy The of 28 feet internal are i formed ot a single thickness of 18 j backed with as much wood j aad an inner iron Tho Jullexible has a crew ol about jj50 two men can work each of tlic She has a speed of 14 but is not a very in a sea Her first cost wis about The Inllexiblus 81ton guns arc designed to weighing pound charge of and 120 rounds per Tlic calibro is It In the trials at wish a full charge of 445 pounds and n one of these guns gave a velosity at the muzzle o Ui37 feet per showing that the gun is equal roprietoi m lor tht has never aiidwill never recommend them o use of atiy other diseases save those imsius from improper impure blood and foul stom as Acne and Fe Cholera For these he has seen them thoroughly and he dclHi world to produce their superior iu eradicating cither of these diseases from the human Sold by druggists and coniurv intrchiYuts every mil ESTABLISHED GROCERS COMMN Ill SYCAMORE Faithful personal attention given to the sale or and liherall CASH ADVANCES on Or ders for goods iolicltcd from responsible and which will be filled nt fair ITS ION EH M July found and sold lo an English traveler for three hundred pounds ia now in tho A to the destruction of a ship with j2 inches of Its range is about ten A surprising report conies thatthe elfcct produced by the Inllexiules 81lon guns was not commensurate with llieir Tlic Coton and 12ton guns are to have done the best Best ever Emorys Liule iic pleasant to sugnrcontctl tlirmv tirniiviiln lAXD aud trustee under will piqjuilie Flora Anna Martin nud Uviiiiu With i ami the Flora Anna 1 the vessel carries Hamilton Martin and William notice hut I have ivppoinUd Til K JTII DAY OF AI 1 at 10 oclock ntmy in the City of as the time nnd place of takint a fnrtlur account nf the transactions of as executor ol John linglnud as directed by Hus tiiiss Court if at its Julv in Knit of KnglanilV crcditots lidglaiidV cxecn tor and others pending in said at which time nnd place yonnre ruiuired o jy no griping only eisu or by Nassau emits i of Drug Standard Cure 114 DBSCOYERYU iOST MANHOOD A viotim of yonthfnl iTwpmdeneo caurinff Sum Norvona in every known haa flin Mvcriil n simple self which lio will ITIKK lo ittlMA8 43 ChathRin Iho uiarket yesterday aud to the Uwrp iu futuiw lu Vvtk prlcw wen uoiumally though we heard of uo xidenug the duiaHueus yf iu the we coufers we did not look lor the de referred llieie was lens animation yesterday iu lim mar and lor Kcncral prices miiv Incwu HhUMed isonie Keceipts fyr the season are BA001NU 1 he suabou for aud tlec boiuj now over I we thiuk it well not to juote Uteported by It i Owiii tu limited stock sales are vcrv liht mur ket yuole II IX to si ODes il tn l w w w w V w w w w w w wvv ww w w w tra priuiv 0 ly J d bv finding it way Wheat in now finding it way to market iiuile freely aud uiilUjw feem ready to meet rcceiptu and paving full uiarket We think our priceH will eomparo IVorably with tlawe paid In oilier We are Kraiillcd to tiitite Unit the con dition of the tfraiu IN fjeuerally food and iiuiilitv heller thiin e ijuoto red Iroui su lo while very ehoiw will cummuild 1 to 1 i LEGAN T Hotter feelliijj iu and we quote to local Slock yet eullkieut to meet the coutmmptive We quote tS lo liUlTKK We Hilda better demand for prime Common to 15 toiJc 23 ANJL IJKA llack eye are HCIUCO aud dif jlcult to Letat any We quote per BeauB uotlu be had iu our that are A fuw defective ones ill S per Jilaek fallow peas SI Ii5 to SI 75 per 3Ua7Uc i5a50c t5a iii COUNTKY Spring chickeusIS to Grown chickens W to 10c each JLiucKsiW to S5e each very few yet in unirket Hood ed with and they have not been io low in twelve mouths we quote them at per aud not active at thai WllOLBSALji UKUCliKY Heported by Kopcr elUes bulk bulk 14He Virpnia I7c do llic Virgiuia hog MaMHc du break 30 for now uew W uew No 3 Lara 14a in tlerceo aud in tuiis itolasses iiugarhouBO Syrup fflnSTc white DOc faucy cut loaf sugar We Kuw Orleans new crop per and 1 for small bars Smith go 00 Armstrongs U Kirks o 00 6c CaudlesAdamontino candles per a Citymauufiiclurud Fami ly U UO UsiDaii 75 nuperfi OOaO 50 liris to family 823 ilauhattaufnmily l cutloalauu As white extra to prime common 10 ae quality lU4fcliV4c Aldeu Apple Kerosene Ground lie perlb for strictly 18c 1 50 ground Pure Ground axgWSc per lb Corn 51 SI 5 extra lii KiugtforctB corn starch CllEWlISG Prices rauge from40 to 4jc for very good 3U to 05c faucy liO to Jtusket Water 05 Central lire SI 25 for 25 lb li U4 Ih Itejiorted by Samuel LI VJi to smooth attlo4 to fat cuttle more detiru le at this to jier pound Common to win head to I 00 a us to to to as to tHcpotUsil by BUere Co fur season is over uml we omit INTHE MOST JR CHEAPER THAN AND THE LATEST SHA TffJf WEEif OF UK A IriFUL SILK MIT NEW LACES A A VARIED ASSORTMENTS A CAJIEFULLY MILLINERY ELIABLE THE I FAiJOY GOODS AND MOTIONS AT ROCKWELLS 13 GROCERIES GllOOBllIES il barrels New 3 10 10lb Supnr a boxes tihafori SugnrcureO 10 boxes Choice Kew boxes Skim Thi per 12nl2yc dry Kated per llalic per WOOL Tub to Bc per to ilc to I8c wrought jer cast scrap er 10IJ 5a70c lilnlxc 7alOc Mixed cotton pur woolen y lieported bv C Timothv Clover 11 30 per hundred MILL Wholesale S5 per per Fine feed 40c per Corn bran ale per by Pliitutner Cotton per to 10 per per Burdens horse S3 15 to 5 no per keg ISur luulc ffl to Sfl per Davis to lieported by lliuton Baukuri Brokers STATES ECU Virginia J Virginia J Virginia J Virginia J Uofth Petersburg City Norfolk City Lynchburg City KAlLKOAi s Ot Petersburg 1st mort AT KM niort Bouih S li n 1st mort South S ft H 2d inort South S It H Petersburii K It ad inort KAILROAD Noiinlk Wesitru preferred 10 boxes AruiicUlea Arioso 5 tierces South Carolina LTj Pure Yellow 33 Standard Gninulnted 100 bugs lio prime to spriiin wheat choice City Uslias and 13 Cilctotc lOOboxrH Itiicnu HJiillinlk Shonlilers nud 111 tleicvH Suttiirciircil fi lierceM Suciircurcd Sliouldert and turcAs 100 ttiliK and mllM TObarrgln ufiorted Including Cut nud 1000 barreli incliuliiiK Our Cookn liirlimoud and Kxtraa and nl the lowest possible mifis Colluo of good q ual i a very low OUOjifes of ArbiickleH and other celelirnled liriimls of purched eheets uf the Iwpt nsKiirtcd North Carulluu nnd halfhhla Family Hoc i klw 1 nud J 11 boxes boueKHn Coclllf 1M df the best branilu of fine old accorlcd Syrujis and Molaeecp 100 boxes Eustman8 Polishiug n rrciit variety of rocern Goods too numerouH to miiitiou at the Very lowest price for Kor low jiriciH nnil good goods cull nt tlie ijO Sycaiunrv and oliliye DANIEL soil no Glucose a TMPltOVKU IASSENOEK FOUR STEAMERS WEEKLY Ou nnd lifter thifl and until further notice Steamship will dipiwlcha pnseengcr aicnmcr from NOHFOLK tVclock every TUESDAY KUNESDAY nnd iiinvingiu New urk followiiij Tlie vessels ITUJSISJIMI in this service are the flrsl class iron 11 T 123 110 101 1W 100 103 1S3 111 HW as si Captiiiii DOM N UapWin Cuplaiu Citptain Captain Fart for the round trip from unlim including and or SD for Btraiglil Steerage pnssiige will tiike the Norfolk cnra on above mimed at 1 goiug directly alongside the company e dock in that The Tables and other accommodations of tuceo Hhips nr not Hiirpupaeil by any nnd every attention i nuid to he wants of ii VIA CITY PES RECEIVED PLAIN DOTTED TS AV NEW ND 1 FLAIXAN1 FANCY SELECTS STOCK OF TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION 6 SYCAMORE After a residence In this city ot nowreturn my grateful thoijUB to the cmzoDB of JctoraburKiiud tho Burroimdlng country for the vcrrllDcou putronogc bcetowcuupon me In tho und respectfully solicit a contliumnco of tlie Hamuutmy NEW DENTAL Sycamore over the Bttnlc of PeterBbiirc nnd Wests dry roods where with am Uutler tirupurea than ever to servo my patrons lu nil branches of fa 18tf piumted 100 yiirds from Open all tho Equal to any hotel in the Surroond mp iB4gurpasiod BCrvtcc iinhingaud driviu Preeminently a roaort for Sottturuu Terms lees for eqniil accommo iliitioiis than any rcnort in the Climate iree from Malaria anil for Inuoraniii truly wonder nil in Boporillc Seuilforcircular describ lUjiliytilenlc IlAlUtlSON GOLD NECKCHAINS OUJTABLB FOH WJSAUINU WIT1I D and other ruiifjlnt iu price from FIVE New mid imnilflome designs with SEALS of vart OUH New style GOLD HUNTING WATCH email nine for with Solid Gold and Opera LndieH nhort Gold Jatest at YOUNG It fll Comer Bycamoro and Dank HOUND PLAS T IS K 1 ROCKLAN1 0 SHELL LI ron SI5ED on 1 COW COAL1 f ap8 AT LO WEST BY MAHKS lYSPEPiSlA CTJHED This great seienUflo preparation will poottiTBly siirea old chronic caeca of Dyspeptic Dyspeptic Vertigo and Dyspeptic Consump where every other known medicine has failed to even give I refer to a few of the case pronounced incut Able that have Iweu cured by Mies Katie 872 Jlnnctolnh Phila was a case of Dyspeptic Consumption had not beou out of her home for one or her room for six months a living given up to dieby our most but cured Kiih lour bettlcH of Matthew 803 Twentyfirst rlns dangerous Dyspeptic Vertigo ot jni but cured with inlv two bottles of J jeo K leave City Iolnt every FKiDAY and conncciing except Siiu diiy with 1 oclock train from FROM NEW Uchmoud Petersburg eUOTburji Railroad is was an old chronic case of twenty years standing paid oiitoue thoiiBand dollars was pro nounced incurable but cured with three bottles of A pepsin been well over of similar be seen at pur I niter with Uio following gentlemen of whose chnnictera are irreproachable Clarence CapL George Price gl per For sole by CA3n and aud all fe SsD i Wkly i W NEW At tUe btc till LTt Ja heir tintquriUtl tllj TO ayor wiih luopt C IJAIII Ki leave Pinr 2fi North foot ot every lJUUAY and nt i oclock For tickets IT any niformatioii con ccrniiij the apply nt my oilice iu Norfolk and liftilroud JOHN Atfenl Old Dominion Steamship line i reiruhir line Hteamshijia appointed from Citv 1oiut every FitllJAY uiid SUNDAY m from 1hihidelphiii every TIlOllS AifD FINE KAY and iU Frciijht received up to 3 oclock In Wcet End Norfolk nud Western Through bills ladini given und rates yuaniulccd For furtiier information apply to CLYDE General Southern TlilAlTEAMiAfCOlir IFXJKIVITTJUE New Chamber Uall New Parlor Book Lounirc MirroiB Bed Til K lllVKU To tyrinc snJ BRANCH The Correct nnil skillful ol fi KOK LEATllUll AND SHOK Vll the find Cnll Early mid secure your liniKHin At WJilOHT anil fl i nl 1 Fly Kly auj iauk Jo SO TKAIN linrg every THLKSDAY and SAT ul Cilv Point with the Ffin in Old Point or 65 Fare ti 5 15 Special low rates to Excursion Freights rivir landings fts lnw us liny other Ofiicc in Norfolk Western STKAMTATiKEt IJ POWHATAN A full and handsome line of BABY CARRIAGES All bought for Tlic public arc invited to examine onr prices before MARKS i Kol3 Syramoro mh gj 1 Nearly opposite Town UJtE L U MM MSI KEB 11 MM MM K L II MMMM KK L It M M Jt K LLLL II M M M KEE A CAHGO OF ItOCKLAND fresh from ine now and FRKIOHT LINKS rou BALTIJIOIU ASI POINTS Freielit received every Friday nnd Saturday in Eiivt u hit Norfolk and Wfstcrii to be forwarded via Every W due day nnd Thnrsdny in to be forwarded I vm City i will jrct their frclKlit in depot on I I by j m With j flcannr ni ity touiujtlonc inndint KriiLfits low tnd nil toiioml For further I KOH SALK LOW I AT JIAKKET SCOTT On the tinier footol i O Murilocks Liquid Lcibiss Coca BoofTon with Sherry wino and Liquid Lacto 1 with Sherry wino and Liquid Lacto Iron and with liucktlioni Johnson fluid Beef JieiiinJ Infnnts NcstVgMilkTFood for infants Mlc THOMPSON nants Comer Market nud Hank 113 JyS SUUAKCUUKD t Just to hftud and for BRlc At lowcxt nrlcc 1 4
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