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T3 v S3 i: c si Tit o w i: a a.T si. Thursday, Sept- 7. 1382. .Mrs. I). K. S'J'Ai Nil 'K, Kditress. l-'ASiiiuN FANClKS. Imv :in ins, !:;; of t!i il'ivs for woni in r. urits ;oyi Kniilis!' .straw turb:Mi liivl v out of voauv. never -'o en- India foulards make pr.'M.V. ail rvii'ii. i . ... usi-io U-j- tli !-si, fall dross :aa:,orial. :i sim ( MltltlU lilies of o;l:r ;ipno;ir kcl ami ciiino taUVt:! 111 t ! HOW I bilks. The f-ivonlo slim: for 1iie seaside entirely of pal- is IV). .od willi or mat I'll!- ioa! Checked 1oii-s of U'": jiiiirii worn. Turkey r tn!i-'t-:i V. l'l'l! silks, in dolicato and pitrple, are ol. 'inmct witlt d pfira ( )rit iilal hix-o tlio seaside. Iniiuei'so I crape, iiitill : arc in .'.'. real you lie :il 1,-its of drawn or shirred -. n. i v!'i !i are worn at ,.-.;' . i i Is. Kuropran White lor "Ion- h'"!!s.' v, :,is1s arc worn un-!'- jaeki'i.s for seaside A.uu I'ai imic eoslumes. n ! Kv:-i-:i eo ors nrottucin:' i-nc ei.eei of mixture appear in many of the bui.iiaer t;'iiillas. - Another style lias an iiisertinir front of ondiroiderv. framed by two reverse of narrow flouucing. Tailor cut jackets either like or unlike the skirt are the most frequent corsages of walking suits. I iieniiini; fabrics for fall wear en riched with delicate metalie threads forming mixtures, dots and stars. i S I unmoors oi leate.or h i are worn !'or coaching, vachtimi ami I l)oatiuu, as w-.-il as for lawn tenni Pa e I) ue or iale ni" dresses dispute the majority with sprigged and polka-lotted patterns. Louis Fied'cr is ;oing to make scK-iii nie lore iaslnoua)lc ly wrutiiir i scientific historical dramas for Steele. the Soutache embroidery is now in "most general use, and. will doubtless continue to be during the eomming winter. Linings for the handsomest silk ami chenille mantles are of satin, in old gold, pale bine, and terra cotla shades. 'r.roderie dc Palermo" is very pop ular for lingerie trinuninpj. All trous seaux have many -articles bordered with the work. Turkish sluffs of j.iuzy texture, looking as faded as possible, arc ent into liits to aid in decorating fashiou altle bonnets. Small checked silks are made up in many fancy styles and always in j combination witu other fabrics, plain merveilleux being the usual choice. i of! Embroidery, it is announced. every description is to be very pop ular, and the most expensive cos tumes and wraps will be literally covered with it. The new street-wraps, walking coats and jackets, designed for first cool days, and to which we have been privileged with a peep, yre many of them elaborately embroider ed with soutache. In colors, all of the new tints are seen, prices ranging from $2." to 7". Ladies are buying 1, tin's veiling and summer cashmere in these patterns at the reduced prices, looking for ward to another summer's campaign. Embroidery can also be purchased by the yard in very elaborate pat terns, on silk, black, as well as colors. Nun's veiling, cashmere, cloth, and earners-hair, two widths, in nearly all patterns, are furnished, and prices range from DO cents to $1. per yard. A very handsome pattern in black silk costs 2.00 per yard, tor nar row ; s.S.00, for wide the latter used for one flounce, but slightly gathered, or two flounces across the front and sides, or a medium width may be used, flouncing tiie skirt to the waist, the narrow prettily trimming the bascpie. For those who always mirchaso embroidery, etc., the loveliest of pattern's come in all colors, but es- j pecially is the. black, in heavy serge, j dnqe-(te-fte and cashmere, rectnn-! lllfMlfti,! 'Pll., 01,1 ,l'i . l.,.,r i.-. I., ,. TJ- i i , ,1....... , J. , . ....' licicut for every part of the costume, as well as material for costume itself. The prices range from ;J0 to S'JO, As usual, the announcement is made that jet will not be worn ; that uveiy one is tired of its glitter. Let no one be disconsolate ut the pros pect of laying aside elegant cos tumes or wraps. Jet cannot be put down by the mandates of a few, who see in its retirement orders for re pl'-nishing that otherwise would not be necessary. A NOVEL RIDE. A Dnuijvron Trip on a Raft Doim - Forty Mila Flume. VA. Falconer railroad station agent fit Durham, now working in the mills at .Smoky Flat, came to Clueo yesterday in the flume, lie started from the mountains about 7 o'clock ju ilxo morning, when the atmosphere was cold ami crisp, with nearly OYtrythiiej; covered with frost, niak !,!:' -one wish for an overcoat, lie noinited a. raft and moved. o!t, and did not s'o,1 until he :had reaeiied a aiiii and sunoy station along the watery : i t''- Travejlinir in the f.ume is da:);:e i'is but ox, -it - mi -oort. ' 'ne is soat.-.imes Lidding smoothly aloi.u" on level water and then is slid only dashed forward rm n down un le. at an aba.o'-f iiglitnin;i speed, with tl e boat or raft riding at a seeming anu;le of K' decrees. Along the Hum s, throii ;h t!:e canyons and over ;": f!!.. he- seen some, o! "he most oio! ii sque scenery of the Sierr..s, wiiich would make the heart of the n ee artist leap wit!) joy. Very few acciuents have ever occurred on the Sierra Lumber company's i'ume, but if there should "be a luvok at some of tho higii places a pcrsoii ridiig along would suddenly be dashed inlo iandom come." Kid- ing ilow u the timm ikin; dmilarity to sliding down a hill on a It a is fun to shoot downward w it il tremeii'tous ve!o-uy, nut dillicult to a-eeud. The boat that was once made ly one of our citi zens, has doubtless proved a failure, as v,v never hear any more o1' it. It was the hope of t'-o inventor to have his craft ascend the tlsime by Che aid of the water passing against paddles like those of a river boat. Larp i:ua:di;ies of lumber are i:tw being floated from the mountain;-; daiij.auc, person riding in t ho Hume encomilers great dan-er of being run inlo b i.oatiiu'" timbers: men are emidoyf-d io vv:iten and wor: aionir the hum ti.e sam as workmen on a railroad. Their duty is to keep the passage way clear and break up lumber col lisions. They have sections to work, and c in always ho scmi moving a !o::i" the sidewalk on their Hume. Very few p-'rsoiis are allowed to ride in the tiume. and it is only by hard dibits lha"- the ini'lhands can iret " rmissbui to make the trip to C'iiieo. U")xes of trout are sent down from the tourists to th-dr friends in the Hli- t i (r.' ,-'Mr i.-rr till,": i-f-,i, , " ' ., ' (lerltil torty nine length ot tuimv was used as a sort of message carrier in I)rii)gmg down ord;ers for supplies ami calls lor physieiaii-M-'ie messae,es being written on a board or nailed up in a sma :l Dox. J Jut now. since we are connected with the mountains "iv, in- cii-.LOiii oi mi'.qi: ending ny water nas -gone uu tne Hume. CHEAP FEltTIUXEKS. Nearly every tanner goes to tin nearest village to trade, visit a m 'iianie. or obtain his letters ami pa pers, at Hist once a week. lie oftci take? a load to market, but he rarelv brings one home. lie can. with veh little trouble, haul a load of material that may be obtained for nothing. and whieii will be oi great beucnt to ins land. Most village people mala no use of the ash.es produced in their stoves or of the. bones taken from the meat li.ey consume. Scarcely any brewer has any use for the hops that have been boiled in his vats, and the blacksmith hardly ever saves the clippings he takes from feet of horses.' All these materials make excellent manure. A barrel of shavings cut iroyn tin; noois ot horses contains more ammonia-than is contained in a load of stable manure. Applied to land without preparation they might give no immediate results, bu they would become decomposed in i imo and fee crops of all kinds would i . . - i ..... . , .... uenve SKMK Ut, iroai tliem. i iiej' may be so treated that they v. mild produce immediate results. By eoveriivj them with fresh horse manure they" will de-. compose very rapidly. They may also! be leached in a barrel and the water that covered them drawn of" and ai-! nlied to plants. Watr in which , ' -i , i , ; jnri- ot not us sum noois nave nee n : lis f J t Occid ent nvi -m (. ' .r i nut i oiaue, lanness alter eaim, win a msm lXu ,,,-l,HU- -l l'"ults clination to exertion of body or nr.ind. ! that require forcing. It stinnlates I the grov. th of tomato roet.)USIK;9 I ami house plants very rapidly , ml emits no offensive odors. A vast a mount of fertilizing material is wast ed in towns that farmers would ob tain the benefit of with very l.ttle trouble. York Ih rc.ld. EFFECT OF ODERS OX- MILK. IJnon tliis ouestion Prof. Arnold. I in the work '-American Dairy ilia.'' says: "The London il7,- Journal 'ttC" UlM.lMtOa W 11! Utlllv l!!ft- U.' - ! - . . .-I M7- i i 1. . stoo'l a short time in the presence o peivons (sick with typhoitl fever, or; 1 1 .Till it- j?ni !c!-n handled lv parties before fully recovering from the smallpox, ha.5 j if the prisons themselves had been present. Scarlatina, measles and oi.iier sontagious (iiseases have boon spread i.i the same way. The pee-a- j liar Rinel) of a cellar is indelibly im-! pressed upon all the butter .... !rom milk strimling Ill It. A HMV I puns Voni a pipe or cigar will seent all the milk in the room, and a smok-jas in" l:mt! will si!in iii. ili( s-iirip. A ail of miik fitauding ten minutes where it will take the seont of a strong smelling stable, or any other offensive odor, will imbibe a taint that will never leave it. A maker of gilt edged butter object s to cooling warm milk in the room where his milk stands for the cream to rise, because he says the odor escaping from the new miik. whilf cooling, is taken in by tho other milk and retai-.cd to die injury of his butter. This may seem Hive descending to little tilings, but it must, be remembered that it is the sum of such little things that de termines wether the products of the diary are to be sold at cost or below, or as a higl.priccd luxury. If milk is to be converted into an article of the latter class, it must be handled and kept in clean and sweet vessels, and mu-st. stand in pure fresh air. such as waul'i be desiratile ana neatiny ... : , , , . i.i for people to breathe. ADVKItTISiaiENTS. SEEK health and avoid sickness. Instead of feeling tired and worn out, instead of aches and pains, wouldn't you rather feel fresh and strong? You can continue feeling miserable and good for no thing, and no one but your self can find fault, but if you are tired of that kind of life, you can change it if you choose. How? By getting one bottle of Brown' Iron Bit ters, and taking it regularly according to directions. Mansfield, Ohio, Nov. 26, 1881. Gentlemen : I have suffered with pain in my side and back, and great soreness on my breast, vith shoot ing pains all through my body, at tended with great weakness, depres sion of spirits, and loss of appe tite. I have taken several different medicines, and was treated by prom inent physicians for my liver, kid neys, and spleen, but I got no relief. I thought I would try Brown's Iron Bitters ; I have now taken one bottle and a half and am about well pain in side and back all gone soreness all out of my breast, and I have a good appetite, and am gaining in strength and flesh. It can justly be called the king of medicines. John K. Allender. Brown's Iron Bitters is composed of Iron in soluble form; Cinchona the great tonic, together with other standard remedies, making a remarkable non-alcoholic tonic, which will cure Dys pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria, Weakness, and relieve all Lung aurj Kjifley diseases, Loss of Appetite, Eowels costive. Pain in the Head, with a dull sensation in th back part, Jtam under the Shoulder CUadE Irritabilit of teraaer. Low spirits, with Weariness. Dizcinosfs. Flutterine at th eart, xoZ3 Deiore tne eyes, x eilow fcitm, Kestiessuess, with fitful dreams, highly colored Urine, and COM ST 8 P AT! O N , TTTTT'S PILXjS are especially adapted to sm-h cases, one close ctj'ecl s such a change of ffelinj as to astonisli the sufferer. They lmwise tiie Appelate, and oanso the body to Tnke jri FIe.!. tims the system i3 HourtKlscii. and by trtoir Tonic Aetioia ou the IMsestive O-ia.i. Brsnlnr Ktool.H slip pro duced, l'rice cents. OS Jicfray St., X. Y. "B"! Z'WQ? d man gray nAiaon itt!tceks clinnctorl to a Gt.ossy ny a siiifrif ajiiau-aiion oi mis jjye. Itim- nnrts a ll itnrn.1 Pi;lir ants Tnstn.ntn.noinslv Snl.l by DrtiRgist-s, or seut by express on receipt of SI. Dr. ivrrs bakcal r Tinab Vl-st;ful Ueceistii will be mailed lii OFFSfE, S3 5IS KJSAY ST., KEW YORK. ilunhl Informal ion Jinrt X 1K. on application. M ttq p a rrii-rp TtfO PAV PATENTS. obtained for niechanical devices, :iedic:u or other compemmts, ornamental designs, trade-mavks and labels. Caveats. As- i siimnic-nts. .Int signnic-nts. .Iiit rleronccs. Iiu ine;enients, f .iii.l .ill in-lt; t 'i io- ,-v 0.i4.iii .. uronniih- attended to. V'v i;i;ik i.rlhn inarv'ixiimmnlions and furnish opinions io'put r.t;d itv. Iree of charge and all " "o . lie iiuu ted in new inventions and Patents :ire i.iviti'dio send ,"nv ;i ;mv cf o'u- "-(iuide for obtainhv.; Paleuts which is sent free to any address, and contains complete insi ructions how t; obtain Pat ents, and other valuable matter. l)urinr' the -past Sive years we have obtained nva ly three thousands Patents for American and Foreign inventors, ard can jrive satis factory references in almost every county in the Ihiion. Address: g.OS'lS' JJAfiCiC-JS? V So'icior of Pa ten is and Attorneys it Law. Le Droit Building. VjisolaiiiR Ion, FEMALK HIGH SCHOOL Highest point il & G R R Property owned by Principal. Noted i'or niedieiiial waters and pur-e air. Pleasant home; prac tical school. Mathematics specially thor ough.: beod food. Tuition, academic course, witu Music and Hoard, not to ex- ----- r i-- ov.io.-ju .u nUi.hSi .o extras I .1- , .. . -. v.iu.uiu; p"" "i l'uenuoa to rrmcapal, W S BARNES, Kitirolls, N. 0. M li u S ; I V I L le j r i i tl I 1 A 1 I -m -fT " M .. WHtKHU TKPIO L9VER. pniftid T Iil Von Evcr ?:? so .TSany FolIV. WHY T1IKY 1LVVE ALL BEEN TO K. ALSSllOOK'S, Whore you can buy DRY (iOODS, xN'orioxs, CLOTH 1 N(!, LOOTS &, SHOES. HATS & CAPS, TIN WAKE, HAKOWaKE, LULLING & SEINE TWINE &C, And a full assortment of Fa litily Grooori e s always on hand as cheap as any retail store South of Baltimore. Highest Cash Prices paid for all kinds of Country Produce. I ;dso run a DAI LY HACK LINE from Scotland Nock to Hamilton. Passengers and ISxnre.ss safely carried at reasonable rates. Don't forget to call at K. Alsbrook's lare two ste.rj' brown front, West side Main Streetv ju.-t below Bryan it White head's Drusi" Store, SCOTLAND NECK. N, 0. K. ALSBROOK & Co., PalmVua, N. C, HEAD QUARTERS FOR Staii 8 Dry (Ms, CLOTHING, Boots & Slioes HATS I CAPS, GKROCERIES&c. CORN ami MEAL ALWAYS on HAND. Cgf Call and examine our Stock lie fore lmrehasimr elsewhere. No tfouble to show HORNER SCHOOL, OXFORD. NORTH CAROLINA, The Fall- Session of 1882 Begins the Fourth Monday in July. IX8TKICTORS: -J. II. IIOUNKK. J. C. IfOKXKH. J. il. IhlltAKK. Vitll such assistant instructors as the exigeueies of the School may require. The chief work of the School is done by the Senior Principal and his two sons. The less inipoi Ian;, work is riven to as sistant instructors, who are selected with especial reference to their peculiar fitness or tne unties assitrrieii tueni; aim t!ie untber of st udents will not le increased yond the e.ipaeitr of the Principals to Ice liersonal char;re of all the classes in adui''" blanches laiiaiit. and to su- vise all the work of the School. le School lias hecn under its present naiTLMiiont lor more than 'i'BiJB SIX V 'AT,25, and in this sense, it is, we ieve, tho ohlesl school in the South. As several of the Cadets will leave for lkre. there will be room next Session iiiut twenty new students. oi Catalogue apply to the Principals, J. 1 L. iX -J. C. HOUNKU. PEING GOODS! srnixo tiooDs STILL IT PAYS. K TAILORING at MODERATE prices P. LEVY, AGLNT, ENFIELD, N. C. Call and examine THE MOST REC1I ERCIIE STOCK . IX TOWN. 3 7 Out illustrated Uvesof the Jumco j 6 I Mrotcr is enlarged to MM fuse ' I with TO Illustrations, and is complete including the Death and Burial of i vveaiaoiliustrate tae Kunnic, the house. ."It, -v,;i,i.n : r. .. t- : vho made the caDture.etc.alsoafull-naF' fi US cnr-ivin? of Gov. Crittenden. AGENTS wAftu, circulars tree. Uuttts40rt. Tr.i s the only true history. Bewnreof vv i v 'rri i a.-j tg $ ir.ii stno FS filr V i)utue 'A 500 laces. Secure only the Bcsvnansri Larctftt end tTinnest nons. Une x-!epant luuitrated CINCi'NAT PCB., 0., No. 172 West 4th St., Cincinnati, O. HTO LABI I INLY ! Hp Bi nutifiii Silvfr-ilr: SutarShoU ;1 Book, "Languairc !f the Flpv-ers ; oil vieces fLiil sizeTocal 3luitic, with - .oi.u n-..uiujnLuuti!L, rci.'.ii lmm u iu (.cuts KZt.u niunins, post-pma it le tnreeK:ent stamps are sent av posn-.Te an'i ,y ackmjy expenses. Address '3 pC to p-r day at home. Samples 0 to SwU vo--ih"A.-, free. Address Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine. inzm away. Zimmersitr.n FruSt Dryer J7ow nfl f r Termo, Address ZIMMERMAN FRUIT DRYER CO., Cincinnati, O. I sell the shooting leanest made and best i "reech-loa-'Iinn Double SHOT (iUNS in (he world 'or the money. My mi S:de Lever Euclisli (inn jruage. 71 to 8: lb.-!.: 10 si i to '.) ds. . h 10 Pis. extra), has ceunine. fine. bn'tlish. real tv.-ist barrels. Everv bar rel bears the pro d-master's stamp show ing that it has be ;n tested with two or three times the usual charge. They are choKe-boi ed. and, will shoot as well as an ontmary isHli) srun. Sent C. (). D. sub ject to examination; over "0f miles away S'l must come wii h order, and over 1000 miles s-2 is reqnnvd. if wit! i Pistol grip and rebounding Locks rice is $2.'. CH A JILLS LOLSOM, 100 Chambbus jthi-:kt, A. i . C IT Y. $'0 A week 6P2 a day at'home easily si made. Costly outfit free. Address True & Co, Augusta Maiae. . Anl Jlurphine Habit can he cured in from 10 to Mi days-no pay till cared. KstaMishpd 10 years. 1.0.KI cured. Eefer to paticms in all of tUe country. lr. F. E. MkrU,, Quincy l"u-ex,,erk;n.;.,, curi! -leases of thelTod S!.f JT, Men to be ,Mw.rf 4V . 'X am. ,1'' L'fl ofW- i.&TAULIMii.li v VEii TilUirY YEARS. tft ft a ct;k in ynr town. Terms sVJVJ and ft.j oatfit fr a -m,. n ?irr?,JT?at free. Address U. im.vw eo., Portland, Maine. LOOK, LOOK. V V Ml V m i rm fs nrt w.-ji Bet p ANNEK & DELANEY ENGINE CO. Successors to 'M. E. TANNER & CO. Gtii, 7th. AND CANAL ST., . ia-.l""cf. ffilMIWlft '4: 1 1JS RICHMOND, VA. Manufacturers of STATIONARY, PORTABLE AND LOCOMOTIVE ENG. INKS, ROlLIvRS, SAW MILLS, . CASTINGS &c. Having rebuilt our TIachine Shops which were destroyed by lire 11th Nov. last and equipped' litem with the most improved tools, we are prepared to furn ish M a c h i n e r y of t he same high grade heretofore built by Win. E. Tanner it Co. Farming and Saw Mill Engines arc Specialties with us. Send in your orders as far in advance of your wants as possible. Wiu. E. TANNER, Prcs't. ALEX. DELANEY, Sup't. REPAIR WORK SOLICITED and ruo.Mrn.Y honk. JpPjrSend for Illustrated Catalogues, which are furnished free. LUTHER SHELDON, DEALEK IN Sash, Doors and Blinds Mouldings, Brackets, Stair I???ls, xNewelts I-uihlers, Hardware, Taints, Oils, Glass, iMitly and BuihUntj Material ui'evcry Description Also General Agent for WAQSWORTH, IMBTISES & 1-0G'1AS'S ITJiiE rniCiAULO LADV-3iIX Ei) VA INTS; guaranteed to be free from Water, Aika.li. or Adulterations 'Send for Card of Coh rs and List of prices. Nos. lo X Side jMarkel. Ssp-. and !'.) K.oauoke Ave., NORFOLK. VA. I). ST A IN HACK. ACF.XT. KNI'iiil.i). N. C. may 20. T 11 E E W HOME SEWING MACHINE, J- H. Beal, Agent Hackny Brorf. Buggy is -k J. II. LEAL, Agent, Enkikll-, N. C. I a? '' These Machines, Buggies and Wagons can be had of A. li Br..1 r a' lowest CUsll liricC:-.. lvCaSOliabic terms on application. TWENTY DOLLARS will i;uy T1IK l'KNN A. SINGKIl as A better Miichiue than can le bonLt for 1'OltTV DOLLARS anj'where. It has a Drop Leaf, two larire Draw ers, fan -y Half Gothic 0vei Castors and winds tlic bobbin without runnino the I:tc!nnc. WAKCAXTL!) FOR FIVE YEAlvS Examination d" 31:ichine Before Payment. IScinl orders or address, Wil.Li'.TN & CO., S! N Seve-Mi.SL. i'Sdia-ielphia. Pa. SMITH X DKlCKiiOUSE & CO CORNER WATER & COMMERCE ST. .NORFOLK, VA Salksmen: Jno. W. Old, T. M. Saunders, Ihomas Old, Fred. Fletcher. SOUTHERN HOTEL- HALIFAX, N. C. . n. JJicivhA, rJHHMUETOU. This IIotkt. has been thorouojoly renovated and newly furnished. Table siqiplied with best the mar ket can ad ord. tJiPLivery Stables attac-Led j 1' U R C E L L It O L" S E , NORFOLK, VA. Hi lt. T. Jaii;s. Piiori'itToit o : $2 50 and $2 00 per Da', Morphine CURED HlkBITin'2o j THOUS ANDS 4f references frm nonc r,,4 i( OPIUM flsGarpitsrOrpActiE fiC13I5D 1M UJZ. PATEKT Of FiCt In all the essential qualities of tlic Kecd Organ this Action is unrivalled. Hence, in pimty and sweetness of tone, in volume, variety, and in Ow "eueral brilliancy of the united eflect, these Or f.ins are beyond all competition. Accordingly, the lirst position is always awarded them bj judges at everv exhibit, and the highest eneoni uina are bestowed upon them by eminent must cians in Europe. Though their unapproachabK excellence has been recognized by the trade loi years, it is only recently that I have been able, in consequence of the great increase of my man, r.facturing facilities, to comply with an urgen) demand and offer the CARPENTER ORGAN To the general public. Send for list of Manufacturers and Deal ers using tlie Carpenter Organ Action. jetS-Agents wanted in every part of the Country. New Catalogues sent to any address on application. E. P. CARPENTER, Worcester. Mass., U. S. At TAYLOR, ELLIOTT & WATTERS WHOLESALE DEALERS 1 HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS. &C. MAIN ST. & MARKET SQR. NORFOLK, VA. may 20. COR ft I P THFMflfiT POPULAR BEW1NB MAEHINES ALWAYS ORDER iT LI FETI M E i- SURPASSESy OTHERS 30 UNION SQ.NEW YORK Chicago ill.-- 0 range mag s. J L Stone, State Agt. Raleigh, N C. Write for circular and terms. P ft FiveOctavoa, one :'-5 Sets Roods, Eight Stops, Including Suit-jSas.i, Octave (Joupler, Stool, Hook and liusic, ia SoUa Black walnut Case Fancy IligJi Top, as above. 9 $m U This OesanisBtjilt ojt teb Old PtA. r!ic Famous Jieethoven Organ 27 Stops, 10 Sets Reeds, $90. Soon to advar.co to $125. Order now. Eemlt by ?nuan'OP,CF-C6 rder or Mistered Letter. Boxed and shipped -without a Moment'a ?l T i Ttv5i?e Pr?e. AddresB or call Upon DyrtLF.IIMinsfon, Im Jersey. in . l)o fonnd on file at GEO. P. Bfiio rHrc-si J.EW6PAPEB AUVEBTISINO EuilEAU (10 Snruca tising contracts may be madk to: it in NEW YQRIl Bra p1' RELIABLE . .F-GUBE. -,A, fav;M-te prescription f m.e of the rnosf. not d and ucccsful snMaiUtH i,s the V. S. r?XJr, i0r,t!'f';"' fSrroi. KMrilitv. lili.i4miiv;!' il(!BV1.lo!,.J.ee. Knifigists cat. fill iu BEW1NB MAEHINESjf r i i jSS? ORDER EK2s. m bpbth an ffi t6L3 SCHEDULES. Peteksbukg Kaijoad Company, ) Offick of Superintendent. I Peteksbukg Va., January, 21, 1ns-J SCHEDULE OF TRAINS, TO TAKE, EFFECT Apr. 2, 1882. GOING SOUTH, Boston & Savannah Fast iIai (Stops only at lielfield) Leave Petersburg daily at 4 :0i p. n, Arrive at Weldon at 5 :54 NEW YORK EXPRESS, Leave Petersburg daily at 1.00 P. M Arrive at Weldon at 3.1'J P M Freight. Leave Petersburg (ex'pt Sun- 12:00 p n, Arrive at AVcldou at 5: 12 p n, GOING NORTH- Boston & Savannah East INI ail. Leave YVeldou daily at 1 :30 A. ft Arrive at Fetersburg at .5 :12 KEW YORK EXPRESS. Leave Weldon daily at 1.10 P U. Arrive at Petersburg at o.2 1 L M. Freight. Leave Weldon (ex Sun.) 0 .'SO hi Arrive at Petersburg 10 o I p lu 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 oim dollar from Richmond to Baltimore. No change of cars. Through tickets sold to all Eastern and Southern points, and baggage cheek, ed through. AY. J. BROWN, Dispatcher of Trains. R. M. SULLY Goneral Superintendent. W.-T. Tayeok, Gen. Ticket Agt. Offick Su,,ekintknpknt Tkanspok :. tation, S. & R. R. R. Co Portsmouth, Va., November 7th, LS7 1 RANGE OF QC1IEDULE! On and after MONDAY, November 10, trains will run as follows: LEAVE PORTSMOUTH DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAYS. Mail train at 9 '2 A.M Accommodation Train 2 00 v.n ARRIVE AT PORTSMOUTH DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAYS. Mail train at '' 5 4?v M Accommodation Train 11 r.M Mail train connects at Weldon with the Mail Trains of the Wilmington & Weldon . and Raleigh and Gaston Railroads. And on Mondays, Wednesdays, ami Fridays at Franklin, with steamer for ; Edenton, Plymouth and Lam'higs en I niackwater and Chowan rivc-s and tor Washiimton am1 stations on Jamesvilie I and Washington Railroad. Through tickets on sale to Tarboru, CJoldsboro, Newbern, Wilmington, Col umbia, Augusta, Charleston, Savannah, Jacksonville. Fernandina, and all points in Florida, Raleigh, Hamlet, Charlotte, Statesville, Marion, Hickory, Old Fort, Asheville. Warm Springs, Atlanta, Ma con, Montgomery. Columbus, Mobile, New Orleans, and all points in South and Southwest. Freights received daily, except Sundays, from S a.m. to 4 p.m. E. (j. GIRO, Superintendent of Transportation. "YriLJiiNc;TON & Weldon It. R. Co., l 1 t Office of Supkkjntkj:j i WlLMINtiTON, N. C. My. 1-1, ISS.J CHANGE of SCHEDULE. GOING NORTH. Express, Passenger and Mail trains. No 47 Leave Wilmington daily, at (S.-10 A. M Arrive at Goldsboro, at 11. -IS A. iM :; Kniicld at Ti:07 p m Arrive at Weldon, at 12.50 I' M No. -Lb Fast Mail. Leave Wilmington at 5;3ti p iu Arrive at Enlield at 11 : li.) a m at Weldon at 12.00 a m GOING SOUTH. Express, Passenger and Mail trains. No. 48. Leave A aldoii daily, at P..I57 1. -1 Arrive sit Enlield at 4:21 p in Arrive at ioddsboro, at (!. I2 1. .M A.rnye ;d AVilmington, at 0.55 P. .M No. 40. Fast 3Iail. Leave Wehloil ; 10 p m Arrive at Wiliniugtcn at 10:55 pm TAKUORO jjRAXCH Hv''AD. Arrive at Tarboro 1:10 p m & 8 :? 1 m Leave T'nrboro !.' 00 a in and a 00' 1' ' The day train makes close connection at Weldon for all points North, via Hay lane, daily except Sunday, and daily via Richmond and all rail route. Night train makes close connection at Weldon for all points North, via Rich mond. Sleeping-cars attached to ail night trains. JOHN F. DIVINE. General Superintendent. A. POPE, Gen'l Pasen'r Agt. i. cir is. M1SS.OI Hi Kolf! Pron- o PRO F.HARRIS' PA8TIU.E REV.rO's yx immh .urn uou umiTS who s'.n'-i PJ from Ntrrvous and Physical Detii ny, Premature Exhaustion ar.c tiii'ir many gloomy conseiiucnc i The Remedy is put up in boxes. Jio. 1 (lasting a month;, (ft Ho. 2 (enough to effect a cure, uhIls iu severe oases,) $5: No. 5 (lastiui? three months). $7. s.uit by mail In plaiu wrapt-r Directions fr Luing act i.iiip.-.nj tLCb Box. Pauiphkt-.--f-nag this disease aud mode of cure tseat sealed on application THE DISEASES OFT YOUTH and MANHOOD A GUIDE TO HEALTH WITH- BOUT MEDICINE. Y APHYSICIAN of 25yei'- 5 experience. Don't poiso" your system with Drugs, but pet this liook and avoid Oii.u-.k5, "Prescriptions free" and Electric Belt Hum bugs, which it exposes, l'rice 25cts. Address THE PUBLISHER, Box 234, Milwaukee, Wis. I Send to ' BUSINESS I'MVKKSITY I Atlsmfn i. For Illustrated Circular. A live actual Busi ness School. Established twenty years. NEW RICH BLOOD! fat-sons' Purgative Pills niake New J'lootl, and will completely change the bloi 'l"1 t.ie entire system in three months. Anv)ici-"" who will take 1 pill each niarht from 1 to 12 v. may he restored to sound health, if sucha ilii:' be possible. Sent bv mail for 8 letter stani. j - .s. .jnnvwi v c- t . -i ... . formerly linngor, Me. AGENTS WANTED SS25Sfflfy,W tiMR Maelune ever inventeil. Will knitapiu ' f anm& W'V? ana TOE compli-e, m S fn .T1'1 also knit a fe'ruut variety of lan.--.v- n??ioriWhlclJ there is always a ready mark.-t S--: 1 !HLiShi,JlJ.d ter,mtbe TwomWy KntttbMS Alacluue Co., 409 Washington St.. Boston, Jlass. K A I I T Imported direct from tho ' 3Tinc via Hamburg, Germany and sold at it -i ? . .. "'..n. li!ili!:!.l.-.-,.-.v-;K.:SvSa3l Bh BJf & IL. rncc u, auiati auvance ior uasli, or w i sishned for Cotton, hv UPSHUR GUANO COMPANY. NORFOLK, VA. Address DH, WARD & CO., Louisiana. Mo. isiana. wo.y R. B. SAUNDERS, Sup't of As --.A.