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r 1 T S3 52 O M M O S W H A 5. X EI. Thursday, August 31, 1852.. M.rs. D. E.- 8tatn'baok, Editress; FASHION FANCIES. Colored handkerchiefs are studies of color in combinations and designs. The longer the . beak of the bird the more it is sought for as a , hat orna ment. - ... French shoe .polish lightly brushed over a rusty chip hat makes it look 11CW'. Laces of all kinds are in fashion. Even the old black Chantily is re vived. . .": . . v f: ; f - r The new cloaking plushes ' imitate seal, beaver and otter furs to perfec tion. All the medhova! and renaissance points arc revived in the modern im itation laces. The jackets and wnlsterettes for early, fall' wear arc ldagc'cthan thoio of tab last season. I , ' 1 Plush sacqnes and dolmans will, in a great measure, take the place of sealskin next winter. tSmalt' and silver blue will be com bined in new fall suits' with ierra cotta and mahogany shades. Higher and higher climbs the cor sage bouquet; it now mounts to the top of the left shoulder, j Dark blue and huzzar blue dresses are fashionably piped with terra cotta and Marlborough reds. The now English alpacas come in gray shades and 'black, with softer finish than the old time goods. Children at the summer resorts lokUjke fairies floating around in t heir airy white" and tin ted;:., draper ies. 5 ' . ; .v' ' Ottoman reps in silk and wool, fig ured and striped with velvet aiid plush, appear among new fall dress goods. : f , ? ' i ; . Obovate satin buttons of medium size in all shades to match the new goods appear among new trimmings. The latest caprice in handkerchiefs is for narrow borders in combinations of resthetic colors on white centers. Ottoman reped. and sa'tin-backed velvet ribbons form the bulk' of the importation 3 in this line of goods up to this date. The golden, Hamburg cock's back is most in a .nand for hat trimming, as it slip s natural shaded effects in mahcKjj.uy tints. The first cheviots for fall wear are of light texture, in shepherd's checks of heather mixtures to be combined with cheviots that come with them in inch square plaids in the same colors and mixtures. . : ; For slighter mourning, white mull, dotted or spotted with black, with flounces edged with footing an inch wide, is a style often mentioned iv us, ami one that is very popular. - Twine or fice!le iace, and twine cotor in material tor costumes, is much in demand. As this is a "nov elty introduced late in the season none need hesitate' to' purchase. It will probably be all the rage another spring. Mantles are made of ficelle lace over crepe or surahrin color, aud are right pretty. Much of this twine lace is very coarse Indeed, ladies up m macrame can make their on trimmuig, mantles and ornamenta tion for the last summer bonnet. A stylish corsage for ayounn- lady in this white and black is cut surplice front, and has a scarf of the spotted mull edged all around with the foo.. mg, laid in narrow folds. This passing around the neck, crosses at the waist, forming sash bows and onds in the back. Tne earliest fall suits will be of cheviot, flannel and Gilbert clothes of-light texture, hi shades- .ot huzzar and silver blue, drab, terra cotta, mauogany, Drown, aueutral..saae.C!and-5ll' made fes:l,k2p; aud taacyvOTmemot cut , steeL " Once; more ladies are wearing patent-leather and bronzed kid. It is years since patent leather has been thought suitable for. walking shoes and boots ; this season, it is suddenly discovered, it is just the leather . for the seashore. The bronze is used ...exclusively for housewear. - " Ladies in mourninsr no longer stifle themselves with deep, -all-back para phernalia, as if their woe must need be published to all. Now, while cos tumes are worn, with black .ribbons black silk hose, black kid . shoes, a .black straw hat,, with a band of nar row folds of crepe around the crown, ,and dead jet flowers on one side black silk, loos c-wristed. glove's, duli-black-jewelry and fan, are considered the deepest of mourning for a hot summer dajr. A FLIRT'S PUNISHMENT. iYr A sad sequel to a love affair has jnst been brought to light in Oakland, v Alameda county. A Mis3 Smith was employed as a clerk in one of the stores ..of San Francisco. She was accusal of bfiing. a. heartless flirt by those wuom sue naa maae drink the bitter drug of disappointment, aud jio soon er had she .succeeded in .bringing a over r.n her foot: fliAn dm ..i.o k - ., uuu.u ouc nwijiu uy tjJ r . again 'in 'fuest-or. flew victories..' bi'VaS 'always fortunate enouii to a reserve on hand, and never felt the need of that pet so much sough, after by less fortunate women a man.' Fiualy she met her aiiln ity, or thought she had. A young lieutenant .from .Vsl-lejo was caught in her net mid she thong th the prize worth keeping. In due time the marriage ceremony was to be per formed, and the bride had selected her trousseau and informed her fam ily of the prospective son soon to be admitted within the circle. ; One day JJiss Smith was absent from home, a lady friend called, and picking up Miss Smith's album asked her mother how she became acq uajAi cd with Mr. Brown, Mrs. SmiLh iSl plied that it was not Mr. Brown's I photograph which she was looking at but Lieut. Blank's of Vallejo, and thai he was enyasred to be married soon to hpr daughter. -. ' "K!mf "op, t.i lio mnvr5r("l ffi nmr daughter !. .why that is -impossible." exclaimed the lady visitor; "he is my brother-m-law !" ''Bring your sister, and if she recog nizes that picture as her husband I will believe what you say, and not before," replied Mrs. Smith. The lady brought her sister to the house immediately," and, opening the album, .asked her whose picture thati was, when the reply came, "why it is Harry, my husband." He was not nor ever , has been an officer of the navy, and ' had borrow ed the uniform of a lieutenant in which to have his photograph taken to carry out the deception .being prac ticed on Miss Smith'. " ; When Mrs. Smith was convinced of the tn lili of the matter she gave way to grief; but soon indignation gained the mastery, and she insisted upon the " ladies aecompaayiug her to urklanu, waere tier daughter was. that ' she might lie made acquainted with the facts. . Crossing the bay the three ladies found Miss Smith in cornprury of her alii a need. 1 he mother, white with anger, said : '"Hattie do yen know who the scoun drel is you have promised to marry?" "Promised! scoundrel !" cried the girl, jumping from her chair, pale and frightened. . . "Ys, Ilattie, a scoundrel," replied Mrs Smith ; "a married man, a low villian, and this is his wife," pointing to the injured wife. The girl fell to the floor with a shriek, and it was soon found that reason had fled. The poor unfortunate was taken- to onef. pf our asylums, where" the physicians pronounced her incurable. The villain fled, and does well to keep out of sight of the broth ers of her whom he so "cruelly betray ed. ., S ON HOUSES' FEET. , Corns in the feet are usually, though not invariably, the result of contraction of the "hoof, primarily caused by improper shoeing. First, by cutting away the bars of the feet,' which ,are the mainstays for the suo portof the quarters. Second, by open ing the heel as it is called, by cuttinn: a,ay a portion ot tueirog. in conse quence of which its moisture becomes, absorbed, thus losing" its elasticity and le.stoying its function," hence e posing the feet to injury ,;by concus sion. As the hel frmf.rfw.a t.hi ennc.; tive parts within the horny case, fr the pressure between two hard s om sub stances, become bruised or contused, constituting the disease known as corns. Treatment : Remove the shoes, poultice the feet until the hoof and frog are -soft, then have a bar shoe made perfectly level on the bearing surface, nicely fitted to the foot, so as to get proppr frog pressure. Then rasp ofr theouter , crust of the hoof from the corn backward to. the. heel and cut away the bearing surface of the crust in like mamerrso that there is no heel pressure on the shoe, after which apply to the hoof the following Equal parts of pine tar, lard and tur pentine melted together. If the shoe ing is properly performed and ordi nary attention paid to the drps the corns may be grown out in ten or twelve months. . - .' FARM NOTES. Pennsylvania sheep , are . being shipped in large lots to the west for breeding purposes. ; Iowa has nearlv 1,000,000, cows, valued at $27 per i lead, or a total of 27,000,000. -b ull maturity of the body is neces sary .to aperlect development of the mui giautls. A Clarion county (Pa.) farmer shear ed fifty six pounds of wool from four young sheep this season. ' t i. single scuppernong grape vine ouuiuLixnes yieias iuu bushels grapes in a single season. ox - A farmer in Maine reports the ar rival of an insect that feeds upon the eggs of t.he potato beetle. A 1 j-' 1 ' . ' Auaijsiaot green xye shows it to De nearly eiial to clover for fodder ana oecter tnan grass ux blossom. By a test of the 'closest average work, it requires four bushels and forty-seven and one-quarter pounds cf wheat to make a barrel of flour. Tue small percentage of nitrogen fertilizers, generally comes from dried blood, ilesh scraps from tanner ies and leather and fish refuse. r Se n mules were killud by light ning oa a.-iann v,i Missouri. They were some 'distance: apart, f audi the uubuing : louoweaa Daroeu fence. . ' ' ' ' wire Hogs tliat run in the orchard, pick, ing up.tlie windfalls and occasionally good apples, never haws the hog ' chol era, which is another proof of -fruit diet. r v- - , V j r-v ADVERTISEMENTS. The Secret of the universal success of Brown's Iron Bitters is sim ply this : . It is the best Iron preparation ever made; is compounded on thoroughly scientific, chemical and medicinal principles, and ne I ate cave me distress. and I could eat but little. I have . tried everything recommended, have taken the prescriptions of a dozen physicians, but got r.o relief until I took Erown's Iron Bitters. I feel 2ione of the old troubles, and am a new man. I am getting much stronger, and feel first-rat i. I am a railroad engineer, and nov make my trips regularly. I can not say too much in praise cf your vonder ful medicine. D. C. Ii'ack. Brown's Iron Bitters does, not contain whiskey or. alcohol, and will not blacken the teeth, or cause headache and constipation. It will cure dyspepsia, indi gestion, heartburn, sleep lessness, dizziness, nervous debility, weakness, &c. i . Use. only Erown's Iron Bitters made by Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore. Crossed red lines and trade-mark on wrapper. h HI'' la Id U 'i 1'"' A ' L--, x l---f--? -Tf-TX vi? (.4 f.i t-'l --.. HoKf-'ftcr'a Ftomnch Bit tors ptlmatea dyjij)i.'si;i vrilh pcaUr xrf::iiiiv " and. jirorirotitudo than :;ny tuoirn ivsii.'ay, and is a moat ;r-?i iiil iuvljrori'.nt, ai'j.i iizi i- and aid to svcvvil'.-n. T;i'.'S nrc not t-mpty assertions, us ilnuistiiis'.s cf vuv t'onr.trj-iuon and worni-n wi;o Lave c-xi-.tTit-ucwl lis eil'tctd are r.wnro, but are backfil u; hy irro fraprabie j--roo;. 'l.!;o titters sil.o give a healthful i-it;!(ii::-.is tr Mu uriuary organ's, for tula by ail ir.-isis autl Dcukra iffiiL-raily Loss of ATiriet.itp. TinwMa mot; -d,- the Head, with a dull sensation in the hack part, Pain under the Shoulder blade, ftulness after eating, -eith a disin clination to esertion of body or mind, irritability of temper, Low spirits, with a leelmg of having neglected some duty. Weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at the ileart, npts before the eyes, Yellow Skin, ueaaaohe generally over the right eye, Eestlessness, with fitful dreams, highly colored Urine, and TUTT'S PILLS are especially adapted to S' c,ases' one dose effects sucli a change of feelinfj as to astonish the sufferer. They Xnprpsse the Appetite, and cause the body to Tsike on S1il, thus the svstem is nouriBhed. and by their Toni A-tiob on the BasHrtiTe Organs. Besralr Stooi are pro duced. Price 25 cents. 35 Marrav St.. S . Gray Hair or Whiskebs changed to a Glossy Black by a si ngle application of this Dye. It Im parts a natural color, acts Instantaneously. Sold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of SI. FF2C3:, 35 ST., NEW (OBK. 8r ."fn"1 of Talnabli. Inform.tion and .Uefal Keceipta will be mailed FKEE oa application.. ) NO PATENT HO PAY A' 1H 'S a nrv 1 - " u v ja , a obtained for mechanical devices, medical or other compounds, ornamental designs, trade-marks and labels. Caveats, As signments, Interferences, Infringements, and all matters relating to ""Patents, promptly attended to.- AVe make prelim inary examinations and furnish opinions as to patentability, free of charg'c aud all who are interested in new inventions nnrl complete instructions how to obtain Pat ents, and other valuable matter. Durin the past five years we have obtained near" ly three thousands Patents for American aad Foreign inventors, and can give satis factory references hi almost every countv m the Union. , J Addross: ffOTSS ISAC-QKS & CO., Solicitors of Patents and Attorneys at Law, Le Droit Building, Vasaiasr ton, fi.C-. te FEMALE- HIGH SCHOOL Hi, :st poi"p.t R G R R Proper! owned by Principal. Noted for medicinal vim pen i.-ssion 20 weeks. Xr sent on-vxcrxZCZt'M W iRNES, Kitirells,.N.'a I Jt . Vm i i 03 ES"S3Sr?!?a m -s- SYKIPTOSSS OF A Patents are mviteu to send for a copy ci our "-Guide for obtaining Patents;"' which is sent free to anv address, ami prmt-n'no wicrS aim pare air. Pleasant home; prac tical school Mathematics specially thor- cSdUtL Tuit5on' cidemic course, witn irnc:; o,j i?,a . LOOK, LOOK. : o : ' - DkI You Ever f-'ee so ITIany Follcs? WHY THEY HAVE ALL BEEN TO K. ALSBROOE'S, Where 3rou can buy : DRY GOODS, NOIIONS, OLOTIIING, BOOTS & SHOES. HATS & CAPS, ' TINWARE, HARDWARE, , G1LLING & SEINE TWINE &C, , And a full assortment of . Family Groceries Iways on hand as cheap as any retail store boutnot Jialtimore. Highest Cash Prices paid for all kinds of Country Produce. I also run a DAILY HACK LINE from 1 ' 1 j. . IT :ij -,- . IcoLutnu ieciv to iiaiimion. x'assengers ud Exnress safely carried at reasonable ites. Don't forget to call at K. Alsbrook-'s irgc two story brown front, West side Iain Street, just below Bryan & White- lead's Drug Store, SCOTLAND NECK, N, C. ' K. ALSBROOK & Co., ' ' ' 1 PALJrYllA, N. C, HEAD QUARTERS FOR tap Is D ry Go o as Boots Sz Shoes. HATS: 1 GAPS, GROCERIES &c. " CORN and MEAL ALWAYS on HAND. Call and examine our Stock be fore purchasing , elsewhere. No trouble to show goods. HORNER SCHOOL-- OXFORD, NORTII CAROLINA, ' The Fall Session of 1832 Begins the Fourth .Monday in July. ' INSTRUCTORS: J. II. Horner. J. C. Horner. J. M. Horner. With such assistant instructors as the exigencies of the School may require. ' The chief work of the School is done bv the Senior Principal and- his two .sons. The less important work. is given to as sistant instructors, who are selected with especial reference to ti'.air peculiar fitness for the duties .assigned them; and the number of students w.ll not be increased bejrond the capacity of the Principals to take personal charge of all the classes in the leading biancli s taught, and to su pervise all the wor- of the School. The Schoel has been under its present management for more than XSStSS'jTY ViiASSS, and in this souse, it is, we believe, tho oldest school in the South. As several of the Cadets will leave for College, there will be room next Session for about twenty new students. Foi Catalogue apply to the Principals. J. II. & J. C. HORNER. ' PHING GOODS! SPRING GOODS ! STILL IT PAYS. FINE TAILORING AT MODERATE TRICES P. LEVY, AGENT, ENFIELD, N. C. Call raid examine THE MpST RJ1GHERCIIE STOCK INTOWN. 3 7 ESS! AND Our illustrated Uvea of the JanM Brothers is enlarged to 500 Paee with 70 niuetrations, and is complete including the Death and Burial of Jean. V.'c also illustrate the killing, the house, fesse Jtames after death, his wife, his two children born in outlawry, the Ford wh. made the capture .etc.also a full-rape CQ-aving of Gov. Crittenden. AGENTS to. circulars free. Outfits 40t:. tae only true history, isnvare of ' editions. One fcleL-ant lilustratcd 1ZZ'SZJ2ZZ& h ""fw n Cheapest tir. CihUJLTtrVH- C No. it West th St., Cincinnati, O. g "w .une Cr bW 1H"PS. Spmn nn n th y,. ITc wi!l .r-nil t En i if il Slher-pSafcil Rutter Knife, 1 fm P; nrou'.ifnl SiSvcr-vKij.". Susar Shell ;1 Book, "Languasegl W the lower ; " iU pieces full size Total Untie, with 'M . .".wiuiJoiuiiic-.L, rctau irom a co oil cents eacn P;,at stores : and a bus. itiful mutrated Jiagaiine, three M t ' .r.onti-.s. post-pairt l 1 tnree-cent stamps are sent I'-'T, J !'" P"5?e unci TfiC!kintr p-rn-'Ti';p: AHrirAce B9 $pi to fQA per lay at home. Samples SJ to $J wr.rth $5 free. Address Stiuson & Co., Portland, Maine. -. Zimmersr an Fruit Dryer , Slow anA :'or Terms, Add rcas . ZJBS1ME8MAN FBfi' DP.VE3 CO., Cincinnati, a I sell tho cleanest mad'e and best shooting' 3reech-loading Double SHOT GUNS in the world for the moaev Jly $20. Ski- Lever English Gua (f) pruago, 7-to8 lbs.; 10 guage, 8 to 9 lbs. . if 10 lbs. $1 extra), has genuine, fine English, real twist barrels. Every bar rel bears the proof-master's stamp show ing that it has b"en tested with two or three times the usual charge. They are choke-bored, a: id, will shoot r.s well as'an ordinary fcl 00 git a. SentC.-O. D. sub ject to examination; over feOO miles' away 1 must come vrth order, and over 1000 miles 2 is rcra.a-cd. If with Pistol grip and rebounthng-i uocks price is' 23 CHARLES IX: LSOif inft n STIiF.ET.SV iW ' " " !79 Afce 2 a day at home easily i?t: Cc-stly outfit free.' AddresJ vu, jiu-usca .Yiaiae. years, l.oio cured, ''itefei tle: Established 10 of the country. Dr. f p tSr"1?nts n all parts . XmX" la, Quincy , Mich. . . w BLJlv i-..-yr'lm' J.t linn.,..!,,! .. ... . cam .on . . : lins to be ans rtrnuireri i hose desirin- trL.,.- Vofiue- IQQ iS5M'to--8 ir tiMx Jati ree. trAr tr ii.li 1 1 ' i I . . . i : r ... 1 1 . .waa. A 1. ' v., a Viuauu. Alillnn B'Sk. rem ,W a.l1tP.,v.r.,;ij!WJ,gJ S S -ur.os. .erv-in. i?,miZZ i "iood. Sti rJANNER & DELANEY ENGINE CO. Successors to ;.r.M. e. 'tanner & CO. t 6th, 7th. AND CANAL ST., RICHMOND; VA. : Manufacturers of. '? . STATIONARY. PORTABLE AND LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES, BOILERS, . : "' ' SAW MILLS, ' CASTINGS &c.T Having rebuilt onr 'Machine Shons which wore destroyed by lire 11th Nov. last and equipped 'them with the most improved tools, we are prepared to ; furn ish M a c h i n e r y of the same hisrh tirade heretofore built by' Win. E. Tanner & Co. Farming and Saw Mill Engines are Specialties with ns. Send in your orders as far "in advance of your wants as possible. v Wm. E. TANNER, Pres't. ALEX; DELANEY, -Sup't. REPAIR WORK SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY DONE. . &T"Scnd for Illustrated Catalogues, winch are furnished free. LUTHER SHELDON, DEALER IN Sash, Doors and Blinds Mouldings, brackets, Stair RsrUs, Newels, Builders', Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty and Building Material of every Description . t Also Ge neral Agent for , WADS WORTH, HJRTIKEa & LONGFflAfTS PUKE PREPARED EEAD Y-MIX ED PAINTS, guaranteed to be free from Water, Alkali,' or Adulterations 3T Send for Card of ' Cole rs ' and List of prices. Nos. iG W Side Market, Sqr. and 40 Roanoke Ave., . . ' -NORFOLK." VA. . D. E. STAINBACK, AGENT -ENFIELD, N. C. may 20. THE 11 E W HOME SEWING J- k. Beal, MACHINE, Agent ' Hackny Brorf. Buggy J. H, BEAL, Agent, Enfikli N. C. "i?hcse Machines, Buggies and Wagon.s can be had of J. IL Beal at lowest cash prices. . Reasonable terms on application.,. TWENTY DOLL.A-RS WILL' BUY THE r- PENNA. SINGER mm A bcttey- Machine than can be bought for FOPIY "DOLLARS anywhere. It has a lrop Leaf, two large Draw ers, fancy Half Gothic Cover.'.Castors ana w.inds the bobbin without runnino thia Machine." r "WAB II AN T K i ) FOR FIVE -YEARS Exs minatiou of M achine Before Bavment. k ., ' Send orders or address, ; VVIJ,L'iO'--sV& CO.; 141 In Seventh St.. Philadelphia, Pa. SMITH N. BRICK1IOUSE & CO. ( - . . CORNER WATER & COMMERCE ST. ; NORFOLK, VA, "Salesmen : ; Juo.W. Old, t;m. Sounders, ' ' Tnonias(pid,; Fred. , Fletcher. SOUTHEKN HOTEL- HALIFAX, N. C. X. B. DICKEN, . - : PROPRIETOR. This Hotel has been thorou-0lv renovated and newly furnished. " " Table siiprdied with best the mar ket can afiord. ESLivesy Stables attached " PU R CELL H OUSE, NORFOLK, VA. o . . R. T. James, Phopkietok: : .. , ,. , $2 50 i?nd 2 00 per Lay PlllpM Morphine uscn- u- j it hi i nz 9.m m m bkx n m 10io20 BUT until Cured. Sr. J. STEOTUfSr l?-" I . ...J i. ..'-lilt:- '4A'-'"'f;: In all the essentia! Tjua litres cf tbo nrcaOrcrait ihis Action is unrivalled. -l-ieiein pi:rit and sweetness of tone, in volume, varjety, aiiU in -Jbc W.craL brilliancy of tLeriteiijefl'et, tiiefe Or. j.-iiis nre beyond, all cbsn petition.- Acconlirigly, llvs ijrst position is always ti warded tbem uj i'jJses at every exhibit, and the hiplieft enconi a:n3 are bestowed upon them, by eminent muei jians in Europe. Though their unapproachabk excellence has been recognized bv the trade foi years, it is only recently thai-Iihavebeen able. in consequence of the great increase of my man, nfncturinjr facilities. 8 to coniplY with an urgent Qcmanu ana oner me , , CARPENTER " ORGAN To the general public. ' ' ' ' Send for list f Rlamtfacturers and Deal. ers usingr the Carpenter Organ Action. S-Agent3 wanted in every part of the Country. New Catalogues sent to anv address on cp plication. " - E. P. CARPENTER, ; r., Worcester. Mass., U. S. A TAYLOR, ELLIOTT & WATTEES W HOLES ALE DEALERS - TN : . ' ' CUTLEKY, V .G-TTNS. &C. COR. MAIN ST. & MARKET SQR. NORFOLK, VA. may 20. g THE MOST POPULAR 0 HEWINEMAEHINESu lis ALWAYS i l .n m 2 IX I I CPTI rA t? 'e, - i II 1 t it 1 La J L Stone, State Agt. Raleigh, N C. Write for circular and terms. m, si? m m Five Octavo?,, --.no ::-3 Sets Koods, Eight 8tor nclnoiag Suh-nass, Octavo C o gler,' xoux aad i.iucic,la SoUd Black walnut 3 . tT rfttoicp High Xopn.o 01 ..a x.tth.t CT tM f)r.n PLAHi" A7 a'!" Xeethovai Organ ' -...k.a, :,; ssbss, fisw Jersey. its MS &si SAt5 geo. p: PV j -r-". MO V "v r ' .1 . - S aI s'-'ei:'ts u. the U.S. ii,iuir"ivvL-fy.?aP' ?fi' mi HS NO yf) SURPASSES .OTHERS' A 30 UNION SC. MEW YORK ' BHICAtSQ ILL. -e- ' - mm .. . , . . . kwsh 7jjfeKif-B&m3 '- 4ai;!,iES8Sf: m abovg.. ' , s gi.-Jts caa fill iU i SCHEDULES. Petersbtjrg Raixroad Company, MP ANY, "j rENBENT. I r, 21, 1882. J " - UFFICE OF MJPERINTENBENl Petersburg Ya., January, SCHEDULE OF TRAINS, TO TAKE, EFFECT Apr. 2, 18S2. GOING SOUTH, Boston & Savannah Fast Mai (Stops only at Relficld) Leave Petersburg daily at 4 :00 p. m Arrive at Weldon at 5 :54 NEW .YORK EXPBESS, Leave Petersburg daily at 1.00 P. M Arrive at Wcldon at 3.19 P. M Freight. Leave Petersburg (ex'pt Sun. Arrive at Weldon at 12:00 p m 5;42 p m GOING NORTH- Boston & Savannah Fast Mail. Leave Weldon daily at 1 :30 A. M Arrive at Petersburg at 3 :42 " NEW YORK EXPRESS. Leave Weldon daily at - 1.10 P M. Arrive at Petersburg at y.24 P. . Freight. Leave Weldon (ex Sun.) G 3G p m 10 54 p m Arrive at Petersburg First-class coaches will run through between Wilmington and Washington and sleeping cars on night and day trains Sleeping car berths can be had for one dollar from Richmond to Baltimore. No change of cars. Through tickets sold to Ml Eastern and Southern points, and baggage check ed through. W. J. BROWN1, Dispatchenftf Trains. R. M. SULLY Goneral Superintendent. W. P. Taylor, Gen. Ticket Agt. Office Suekixtendent Tkanspok "ERIXTENDENT TKANSPOK 1 :ox, S. & R. li. li. Co. i, Va., November 7th, 1S7!). j tatiox, Portsmouth, CHANGE 6F QC1IEDULE! vy . . . kj On and after MONDAY, November 1 0, trains will run as follows: LEAVE .PORTSMO UTII DAILY EX , : CEPT SUNDAYS. Mail train at 9 25 A.M Accommodation Train 3 00 l.M ARRIVE AT PORTSMOUTH DAILY. . EXCEPT SUNDAYS. Mail train at 5 4ol M Accommodation Train 11 53 im Mail train connects at Wcldon with the Mail Trains of the Wilmington & Weldon and Raleigh and Gaston Railroads. And on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at Franklin, with steamer for Edenton, Plymouth and Landings on Blackwater and Chowan rivers and lor Washington and stations on Jamesville and Washington Railroad. " Through tickets on sale to Tarboro, Goldsb'oro, Newborn, Wilmington, Col umbia, Augusta, Charleston, Savannah, Jacksonville, Fernandina, and all points in Florida, Raleigh, Hamlet, Charlotte, Statc-svilie, Marion, Hickory, Old Fort, isiievnie, v arm &prmgs, -iVtlanta. ila- con, Montgomery. Columbus, Mobile,New Orleans, and all points in South and Southwest. Freights received daily, except Sundays. from 8 a.m. to 4 i.m- E. G. GIllO, Superintendent of Transportation. ilmington & Weldon R. R.Co- Office of Superintendent. Wilmington, N. C. My. 14, 1SS2.J CHANGE of SCHEDULE. , COIN a NORTH. Express, Passenger and Mail trains No 47 Leave Wilmington daily, at Arrive at tiouisboro, at 6.40 A. M 0.-18 A. M' 12:07 p m 12.50 P. M Jv.iaeid at Arrive at Weldon, at No. 4;j. Fast Mail. Leave Wilmington at Arrive at Euik-td at -;; at Weldon at ;:); p m 11:1!) a m 12.00 a in GOING SOUTH. Express, Passenger and Mail trains. No. -IS. Leave Woldon daily, at 3.;;7 l. M A rrive at Enlicld at 4:2 ! p m Arriv at ioklsboro, at 6.42 P. M Arrive at Wilmington, at 0.55 P. M No. 40. Fast Mail. Leave AVeldon G; 10 p m Arrive nt Wilmiugten at 10:55 p m TAliBOUO BRANCH ROAD. Arrive at Tarboro 1:10 p m & 8 25 p Leave Tarboro 0 00 a m and U 00 p m m The day train makes close connection at ekion lor all j)oi)its North, via Bay Line, d iy, except Sunday, and daii.f via Richmond and all rail route. Night train makes close connection at AVeldon for all points North, via Rich mond. Sleeping-cars attached to all night trains. JOHN F. DIVINE. General Superintendent. A. POPE, Gen'l Pasen'r Agt. PSGF. HARRIS' PA8TILLE REMEOV iouiiK .lien ana others who sufitei froui N.-rvous and Physical Debit ny, Premature Exhaustion aad uml fi..t. FX ....... uiuy gioomy consequences, are quickly and radir.illi mrrcuon lor luing ar. oii.ji.4iiv each Box Pai7..7l.i... T1 1? i.t .... . uitt,. r.ia.n TOrfl, THE DISEASES OF YOUTH and MANHOOD A GUIDE TO HEALTH WITH- Y A PHYSICIAN of 25 year's i your system with Drugs, but ePt this linnV- nnA o,.l,f ,n"fe "Prescriptions free" and Klectric Belt Hum' bugs, which it exposes. Price 25cts. AddrM THE PUBLISHER, Box 234, Milwaukee, Wig. , Pgp Send to Forlllustratea Circular. A live iptr'al n,. ness School. Wished twenty y,u,T BaBi .wouta- jrurgative Pills mako NpwiT- 7 Blood, and will coninletelv charge the-bL-h the entire pvstem ia three months Anviaia May lo restorerl to Ror.n 1 hoaitli. if suohaTi ?ks be Vo.ible Sent by mail for 8 icttc? in formerly Jlnngor, Jfre. 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