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Wednesday, August ifi,
HUME HINTS.
Scions, it is claimed. c:iy
thcin the bearing e.ir o- '.lc
from which they we"re taken,
The climbing fern is one
Drol.ti.'ici . - i ...... .!....... i !
i, asj culture.
Much success in fruit irowii.ijr
hinges upon wjitchini; fur 'and ei
A ctually lighting the "many ii.sect
enemies.
Sheep are excellent agents for
rinding land of tiiisties, as limy crop
thcin oil' as fast as tlu-v shoot out oi
tlic ground.
It has been demonstrated that
from 25 to 50 per cent, of the dry
matter of clover is removed by the
application of cold water.
Six quarts of soot to a hogshead
of water makes a. servi cable manure
for watering forceil plants, as web
as for most bulbs, llo.vering plant
and shrubs.
Mr. (ieorge Ceddes, of cv York,
ft bates that with a single sheej) to an
acre of laud he raised more bushels
ol grain oi, an avcr&ge than when he
had no sheep.
2s o person ut:s make good hay
tha', dries it on liiegrouici sulueient-
l-.j.. . j . . . i l' . ..
v 10 put 1 1 in rue slhck ; it musi in-
ub in eo"ks, ami dried as much as
possible in the sha ie.
As soon as potatoes commence to
os.-om all cultivation should cease.
jause if the earth is stirred alter
it, time a large number of small
Leis will sure I v be the result.
is a mistake to force the corn
bo vigorous leaf growth in its
stages. A portion of aocept-
Isoluble food is especially bene-
Iwhen the cars are beginning to
i officers of the Michigan Ag-
1 1 college mae a very favor
ort on the use of ensilage.
mi ! per cent, was injured in
All kinds of stock fed on
Iv.iblv well.
ion forms one of the com-
oils of lite in Spain and
I he dried onion contains
io) per cent, of gluten,a.nd
is respect, with the
and the grain.
:big says : "The only
rhich you can possible
develop agriculture
its; that- is ibe only
V- is no nra lie''! of i;.
:ly built up by c-i-
iculture."
tS OF LOVERS.
On a Vacation, But
orse Tnan Ever.
frtsliionnble re-
luvil tunoiier it?.
eeks ajro :i little
17 re:irs and a
ie person of .
maid and man
(Uirm-r a. nienie
t
is averred that
tfter their pie-
they W(;-e
rried. T h e
v Handsome
poneis for
it
jinpoii, an l
i,tfo suit him
the .irl
f:iil on the
wl uion
llit thev
irry o;;
the
Hut
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X
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1 ith
I.
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I' Oil! '
I.! this month Mr. .John Martin, of
Healdsbiirg, took two of his fair
young friends, Mi:; Ibmbemia Mof-
1 -t and M i.ss Ht.-sji no a
i'-ig fpoi i ug mountain m v. f!shini
lvi:. ..;:!i i;i:t;i. !.!i in 'ViT;: i i;i!!es
from iioroe oil a t i- si v-.y.t m. V si 1 1
I in? party was taki::.; 'iir-clu'cm t:po
a s'.'ady fiat in Abe L A-lb.;.; e
Ic'own bear burs! iinmg!; I !... Ir.i.-h-s
iil hi?, ! a7S
The lrigh'ciK-d girl ; :-csv.im:A an
the yoi::ig man bred Li nvAc;
Whether the beer v.--is s-.-:i!vd by tb
outfrv or tin; shot no one !v:io;Y but
he sc:impered ::svnv ;iil ;bc same ::!;i
Miss uo- ie it ils ,t '. il'.i :'r. :U:
about her -lover in ;-? ::iou;ii-:iii,.;
A m-!mb:-r of th- Mahu- Iv-gisiiUuri
had been courting an A'.igu.-:ta giri
ill winter and had taken !:cr to at-
end the sessions utiii! site was ;)Of:
ed in the rules. On the last d;rr
the session, as tiiev :i!!ie i.ear i:
)?anut skmd by iiie di:r. !:. 1 :
lier : "-May I o:;ry..u mv handi'ul of
peanu's 2"" Sh-.j ro-ijjon-b'd p-rosnpt-!v
: "1 move to .mttml i;v o:;;:t;i!;::
ii after ;h- -liaii't blu-.idir;
iy aeeeplcd t in' amr-n'lniont- and tii;.
adojii.ed it Uimniiiioiisiy. .
Much ctMinn'sVviV-'jf ei-.'prssi.-! iv
Ave rill V-arkani S:uidia!:e. .Xc
York, on the. i;i:u riag, a. !Vv evciutc
-since, by the l-- v. A. Y. A.-hh
j'ic baptist inini -il-er vl t '.Hi !':ri
placr. of .Jn-,k: ' aih-r. a ;ed ".i!y
vears. and Vt'slHar-i Lent, 2;: v.-o!-l
. li.-ir rein: lv.- a:: i iV: .
were nor intorme-l o i ; ,-v ':;.
!'ie mairiinoiiin! knot h?id ''eeu
Tiie yout.'ifu! couj!e i u-:
inir went to work for an Ave; 'SI
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I :
farmer.
lierlioz, the composer, when h
was in love, said !: ad.r.- d one
"Ari'd. I adore yon. I !! ; .; v, i
a word, I love more i;;e ;:
Kr-.Mieli tongtie ;!! s-i -. : give a
orcliest ra- of 10'J ),:.-rfor;:i;-rs :;:i"l
e.lMirii.s of 10 v:
von."
a::-
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Chictt'o !i" .'!:i,t Tr'i'n.
Mr. Maurice 'W. C'tn-k i--. a i"r
ductor on the ('!.!. Ti-c-rj u- A !!
railroad, t raver --it!:;' ?!. -it, r.-.ub-liean
s'afe of 1 I!i.-!oi. lie arrive :
in the city last ni.-jitt from on.? a'
his extruded run. but did ie):- vu
in an apnea ranee ii- o..-U;il hnuncs
Illlf 1. f;V! 11 1 V 1 I 1 1 V "ly in. . :n n. '1
-l " '-' " . ' i ; j t , . . : . ... e
to hs impressed viih a;: nn'-crtttnee
that- failed to tally -.viMi his t;ccu.s
tosned humility.
Wiiat i tha maiter. Mr. (;!,-;
i nou i red a report er of Ibc p; .,s-'-
DitiHtfcll.
".Nol-bing ni'i-'b.' respond" 1 tl;.
eondu;:tr, vxrept I A-i v,-.! d;:-d
down av a. ri dKiri-auie "vent " hb-h
oeenrred vo:jterdav iiflernoon or. nr
train."
"V!al was that ?"'
"N'ofhinir more nor less than a
wedding. li;l yon vwv iirar t;f ...
vveddini: on a train 'i Yes. Well.
I never did, :uid i!:;d. it ; b-;;dd liavt
occurred on my t-ruhi is the W.-.u-,
because there is not a li-rtielo of
romance :d me.'
"dVH iiio abr.ut it r'
ell, several days rro n vn'z
man boarded the ('. :.. A. e;i; s aT
Springfield, 111. lie a.-ireii i V
in excellent Sj,irit, :u oouverscd
cheerily ih overyi'ody on !K, Jrain.
Finally it transpired that his nnme
was J. K. MeCow.nn f ?... .,-. ;.-.,.:
in Springfield, and vra.s .....ir-.r down ;
to MeLeau eounly li ii iu irri -.1 to I
a hands.Mne and estim.-d.Je vojuil; !
lady. Of eours;. w- -o'tr:iid.-.if--i i
and dumped Idm off a' his dei n-at ion '
with our biossi;Ui. V- si: .,i-tor.'i
noon at 2 oYiocic i !.e bcl b. , :
came aimad tra.iu at MeUv.nH Ho
ps accom;)anied by the Id i-iii;!--'H'ide.
'i"!u)se of us who kee.v him
piaeed ourselves in posi: b: t) ,-,;:.:
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looked '.vorriod ;;n.i saiis i; nu :
'Taiu't fixed Vet, pardner
li'! .,. .
:ter V
Well.' lie said.
icimso in Snri
fas go
A I ) ' I' i:T i .';J !: N Tr:
STRONG
FACTS
A great many people are asking
what particular troubles Brown's
Ikon Eitters is good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy. Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful curative power is
simply because it purities and en
riches the blood, thus bcg;nnin;j r.t
the foundation, and by br.ilding up
the system, drives out all disease.
A Lady Cured cf Rheumatism.
Tl;.;i!!-ioro, J. lay 7, i53-.
My l.caiih wns much iliaiicrcd by
Rh-jiir.'.atism v.b.cn I cfii'.'rth-jccl
tahicr? l-ri.'.vsi's Iron I'.ittvr'., and I
scarcely ltatl ftrcnstk erorsh t. :n
tciiti to my (V..ily li. usch; bl (U;ti:j:;.
I am now vAng the tlsirtl h.'itk- :i::tl I
am icaiuii; sttcnih f'aily, :!iidi
checrftuty rccc::-.r.!L-:.d it to nil.
1 cannot kx to snticU in pi'r.ke
of it. i.irs. Id.ia.v '. IiuAsar.AK,
173 1'rcstuuuist.
Kidney Disease Cured.
Christt.-insliarir, Va.,
Ruflcr'ni'; f,-..!:i Kidney t'A- so,
from wkich I co:il-y.' t ;o r-.
tried ilrusj's In n JJiti-.-rs, . h
cir.cd i:-..';jrj 'K : i y. . L: ;! 1 '
mim:, rccovti-ii: fni.u rc.iict l" v-:i
liad 110 appetite ::::'.i !;d ii-..;. sc.:ia la
be able to at :.t ; !!. I ;-:.v-j l.ii'i iron
Uiitt-rs with t!;c I-rT.-h-st rf:'.:!ts.
J. 1 .: . :.: .. -.
Heart Diseass.
Vine St.,ITarrUU-;r, Pa.
Lice. , 1. - r.
After trying (iiTerent ;lt simians
and many remedies f.. r a.i'ii;.ti-.;ti
(if the heart "x-. idiCiit rece:.-:::-.; any
benefit, I was advised to try ilrown's
Iron liitlers. J have used tv.-o bot
tles and never fjund anytaii:; li'.at
gave me 0 much relief.
Mrs. JENNIE Htcs.
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies are subject, Litov.'N's Iron
UlTTERS is invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get tho Genuine.
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Mace, ftiilacss after eiiiA.A AinAn" bA.
u;i.;;,v ti:o tihn-.i1rl-.r
cnnrtiq exertion ex c:xly or ir.ind,
lmiDiht cf toaip.'r, X,? mirilH, with
a, iC0xmg oj. j-aviii? nceicot-c-cl corao duty,
Vear,roFj Oii.i;iO'-r, iXaUpriiuj at the
IJeari:, Pots ooloro t'0.0 ores, i: ellcar 3kin,
Meaaaoi. 9 Kcnorsiij over tho rij-ht eyo,
KcsclcFsnoss, with iiifui drcasas! Jiifiir
colored Urino, ana -"-i
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YK SELL !"OR
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b: is i;i e-vv.ry respect tlic very best of the
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ii j THE KM OF SINGER MACHINES.
r- ; We i!o not ask run to pay rr it until you see what
' you are !:-:yiacv. We only v.-jsh to know that vou want
to bay a Sewing Machine ami arc willing to pay
20 FCK THE BEST U THE MARKET.
U e annex a specimen of the letters we arc
cv-ry clay : 1
UUvnun, Va., Oct. sddiRSi.
i .ju.jartn ic . Ce-ith-.tncn : I have cot the Sew
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Office of Si feuintendknt. L
PeTEKSUUIJO b., JA;Nl'AKY, 21 j 18S2.J
CllEDULE OF TKAlxNS, TO TAKE,
EFFECT Apr. 2, 182.
GOING SOUTH,
Boston & Savannnh Fust Ahii
(Stoj s only itb JielficMj
Lo:ivc retersbmg drJly tit j -.VJu m
Arrive nt Woldon at 5:04
AEW YOKK EXPRESS,
Leave Petersburg daily at 1.00 P. J
Arrive at Weldon at SA'J P, ,M
Preifliti
I.ea-ve Ptteiibir4 (e. 'jit Sun 12;00 p lit
Arrive at Yv'cklbn at -j-. p m
goix(! Noirni-
Boston & Savannah FastJMail.
Leave Weldon daily at 1 :30 A. AI
Arrive lit Petersburg at o :i2 "
SEW YORK EXPRESS.
Leave AYcldon daily at 1,10 p RJ.
Arrive at Petersburg 'it 3;2i V. M,
l'i eiilit.
Leave "Weldon (ex Sum.) i; ;r p m
Arrive at Petersburg- o ,54 p lu
Eirst-elass coaches will run through
l. ..j ua,.. : i 1 ii- , . .
uuiuve.i miimgion ami asinng toll
and sleeping cars ou night and day trains
Sleeping ear Derlus can ) had lor onu
dollar (roin liichinond to Baltimore. No
CiKuure of cars. ;
Tiiroi'gh tickets siild to ail E-islrin
and Southern points, land baggage check)
Ull 1111 UUil, . (
iV. d. P.JIOVN,
Bi .pa teller c f Trains,
K. M. SULLY
Goner A S'lpenAtcndcnt.
. 1. Taveok, Wen. Tic ket AgtJ
( I 'F J CK S IT ' E 1 J I X TK X I ) K N T T H4 N SVOH
TAbio. S. Jb Jb J; K'O
ibirtsmouth, Yiu. Nove;nlier Ttll; 187!)
XiJAXGE OF SCHEDULE
J kJ
On and after JiOND.VV, NovejUiber !l
trains will run as I'nibnys;
LEAK J'OUTSaiOt Tit DAILY EX
CEFT SL'NOAYS
AJail tram at .) 25 a.M
Accfmi(iM(.i;tiion J lain 2 00 r.lix
ARRIYEAT POKTSMOUTH DAILY
EXCEPT SUNDAYS,
.Mail tram at y -1-h- M
Acctmninnlatidii Train 11X,' i
.'d.til train connects tit AYeldon villi tliJ
Mail 1 rains of the ilniinton & Vcldor
and J.'akigii and iaston Jb-.ilroads1
jiim on jjoimays, Wednesday, and
Fridays at Fvankiin, with steanur (oi.
r.denlon. J'J; i:oiit H aid Lan(':ns o
!)i.;ei u'r ami ( iiowan rive's and
"Washington and stations on Jamcsvi'
and Washington Kailroad.
Thron-di ti-ebeis on sale to 'J'ai-bo
..Uliisooio, ali, I , , 2 I ! , H lilll lllgloll, V. I
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uiii-.ia. A ngusta. b'hnrlcslon, Savanna
Ja'-kson vnle. r ernand -na, anl all poii
m rioiiua. lialeign. llamlel, biiarlot
Slatesville. Marion, Hickory, Old For
Aslieville, Vi'arm Springs, Atlanta, Ma
con. .tioiiigoincry. '. oiumlnis, iWolnic,Nc
'iu.-,:i. iuiu an iiomis m oouin ain1
Souihwcst.
I'reiglos received daily, except Sunday
from N A.M. bi ! p.ji. E. (J. OHIO, ',
J .ll,j!!N(i-!OS ,t AVemionI!. li. Co
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CIIAXCiK ok SCIiKDULE.
(;0!N(; NOKTll.
lb-, j'vess, i'asseiigei- and Mail trains.
No !7
Leave Wilmington b;.i!y. at 'i.'IO A.
A i rive at ! !odbo. . .it IS A.
b.nibbd at : !:':u7 p
Arrive at iV-.'ldon. at I J ..Ml 1
No. IX l ast Mail.
l.iave Wilmingion ;;t -"b."l)
mi e at bubei.-i at 1 1; I'.i
:; at Hdo;, :;L i.ool
COiNX S(i:TIi.
Expiess. 'Aas.-t ngcr and Maii train
No. !X
Leave Xldoii daiiv. ;:t : :.:. I
A i rive at bniicld a't l: J. ! )
Arrie :t Ooldsboro, at. b SI i
A wive at 'A'ihiiiiigio'.;. at Jl.-V? 1
No. JO. bast Mail.
Leave Weldon (i; M
Arrive at Wibniugteii at 1U:.'i."
TAI-HXIJO iUXVNCii ROAft
Arrive at 'i fsibovo p in A- S
Leavi; 'i'arboro b '') .m ami : 00
The dav train imi!:es -'oc connccl
at Vib-Jdon ibr aii points North, via 'I
tar.e. !anv- '-xi-ept Snndav, ami o
via 1,'icb.mond ai!; ul! iv.il ronle.
: -1 1 !l..i,. .-1. ---.. ,m,i
Wcbioii Ibr all points North, via
cicrd. Sleeping- cars attach':! I
III - IIL :l'i. -J r . I I 1 ll Tl.
( !-i."ral SnpcrinlemK:
A. PDl'lb b.n'j I'aNCibr Agt.
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