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OUR EDUCATIONAL "REQXIIBEMENTS.
"If the Southern States are to have a fair share of the manufacturing pst.fthlishments of the country, there must be a great change in the ambi tion of our young men of the South of the entire country, for that mat ter for they hare what Mr. Atkinson calls; oisdam' for labor. As soon as they "leave tue high school or college, they turn to the law offices, or medi cal or theological schools, or news papers; or the retail stores, or other avenues to genteel employment. They are willing to work for a song at anything that does not involve manual labor. No matter how unin viting the prospect may be or hew overcrowded the occupation confess edly is, if it be genteel, thousands will seek it. when avenues to wealth and honorable effort in industrial employment are unsought. Even this form of folly is seen in the Northern States, and "the New England papers conplain of its existence in their towns. "It certainly is the height of folly in a j'oung man of the South, equip ped bv the scl ools for an active and honorable course, to resort to the stores and offices for imployment We have an over supply of clerks, lawyers and polit i i ns and we al ways will have ; but we are sadly de Ik lent in men whose hands are cul tivated as well as their brains We lack intelligent mechanic and civil engineers, and foremen, as manageis of machinery. Jf we gather t-nouh money to s.art a factory, we have to send to other States to get men com petent to guide the machinery and conduct the inside operations of the factory. If we build a railroad, we must at the outset import engineers, and afterwards men skilled in oper ating a railroad. "This is all wrong. The young man of the future in the South the best in the land should study, as soon as he can, some' department of manufacturing. He must first, of course, make himself a skilled me chanic learn a trade, in other woids and he need not and should not dislike the phrase. It is certain ly as honorable and as pleasant to set a horse's shoe as to pettifog a casein a justice's court, or sell rib bons in a retail store, or serve in any other halfpaid and precarious employment. We must get rid of the sham gentility labor and seek that in which brain and skill are harmoniously and effectively united. If the South is to become independ ent if her industrial interests are ever fully developed, her young men niudt abandon old time notions of labor and prepare themselves to take charge of matters that are now neces sarily the spoil of strangers. The best and most inviting places in the southern country now so, as they do in Mexico and Egypt, to skilled men trom other and more sensible States. The better the boy is educated, the better mechanic or superintendent, or engineer, he will make. The high school is as useful to the future mechanic as to the fu ture lawyer or merchant. All boys need alt the schooling they can get ; but, after they leave school, let them turn to industrial rather than pro fessional avenues. "To effect this we need, as in all other reforms, a change in public sen timent. We need a sentiment that will condemn the folly of the past in this respect. We need a sentiment that will recognize the fact that the great industries furnish the best field for the young man who has a ca reer to make that in them is to be found both good wages and the most promising and desirable employment that the land affords. If we can once secure such a public sentiment ; we can safely trust the remainder of the problem to the courage and skill of the Southern people. Atlanta Constitution. THE GIRL EVERYBODY LIKES. She is not beautiful oh, no 1 body thinks to call her that, one of a dozen can tell whether no- Not her eyes are oiacK or Dllie. It VOU should ask them to describe her.they would only say: "She is just right," ana mere it would eud. , She is a merry-hearted, - , bewitching maiden. -un-lovinS' ofenvy or mali- hout a spark position. e in her whole com; want- oQe eujiys herself and everybody else to do the same, ohe has always a kind word and a pleasant smile for the oldest man or woman ; in fact, I can think of nothing she resembles more than a sunbeam, which brightens everything it comes in contact with. All pay her marked attention, from rich Mr. Watts, who lives in a a mansion on the bill, to negro Sam, the sweep. All look after her with an admiring eye. and say to them selves, "She is just the right sort of a girl." ine young men ot the town vie with one another as to who shall shw her the most attention, but she never encourages them beyond being simply kind jolly ; so no one can cat ner a nirt; no, indeed, the young men would deny such an assertion as quickly as she. Girls wonderful to relate like her too, for she never delights in hurting their feelings or saying spite ful things behind their backs. She is always willing to join in their lit tie plans and assist them in anv way They go to her with their love affairs, and she manages adroitly to see Willie or Peter and drop a good word for Ida or Jennie, until their little difficulties are all patched up, and everything goes on smoothly again thanks to her. Old ladies say she i3 "delightful. ThA nlv witch she knows how to man acre them. She listex.8 patiently to complaints of the rheumatism or neuralgia, and then sympathizes with thorn an hAflrt.lI V that lliey " cured But she cannot be always with us. A young man comes from a neigh boring town by-and-bye and marries her, The villagers crowd around to tell him what a prize he has won, but he seems to know it pretty well with out any telling, to judge from his face. So she leaves us, and it is uot long before we hear from that plaie. She is there the woman that every body likes. Ex. GREAT .MEN OF GENIUS. Fac is by some considered an in dication of laziness. Physically, this is to a certain extent true, Lui not mentallj. Some of the greatest men the world ever saw were plump to obesity. Napoleon was decideuly embonpoint, uorae one sajs that men of genius had a parchment look formerly, because being underpaid, they were constantly underfed, lhat type is now, however, -as extinct as the dodo or megotharus. There are no literati now, who like Saude y. flavor their crust with a niece of bacon stolen from a mouse-trap. Dr. Johnson was fleshy, even to clumsi ness. So was his biographical shad ow, Jiosweii. William Wirt, tue great orator of th.i early part of the century, and attorney in the lSurr trial, laced with corsets so that he was frequently carried fainting from the court room. Balzuc, the French novelist, was so stout that it was a day's exercise to walk around him ; and he was encircled with bandages, as it he were a hogshead. Rossini, the musical composer, was a regular Jumbo, since for six years he never saw his knees. The small boys called him a hippopotamus in pai.ta loons. Jules Janin, the prince ol critics, broke every sofa he sat down upon ; his chin and cheeks protruded bej'fuid his beard and whiskers. La blanche was charged three fares when he traveled. Dumas the elder was stout. Saint Beuve was curbed with the stomach of a Jack Falstafi' Eugene Sue, the author of the Wan dering Jew, as well as Lord Byron, so dreaded becoming fat that they in dulged in vinigar and lemon. It is generally considered, when speaking ot people remarkable tor flesh, that Daniel Lambert leads the list, ile was an Englishman by birth, born in 1770. Up to the age of ly he was merely a muscular fellow, able to lift great weight and carry 500 pounds easuv. tie succeeued his lather as! keeper of a prison, led an easy, i,e-! dentary lite, which soon tod upon his bulk. In 1803 he walked lrom Woolwbh to Loudon to reduce him self, ile weigiied at thir time 448 pounds. He grew so fat that he could 10 longer attend to the duties of his office, and the magistrate re tired him on a pension of $200 a year. Fat as he wat he was an excellent swimmer, and opened a swimming school, where he gave lessons with great success. So great was his bulk that he could swim with two men on his back. Retiring, be de termined to exhibit himself, and, being unable to travel in an ordinary vehicle, had one made for him. In London he was quite the centre of attraction, from tbe King down. In June, 1809, he weighed and tipped the beam at 737 pounds. His measure round the waist was three yards 4 inches, and he was one yard 4 inches round the leg. Each suit of clothes cost him $100, and were, of course, made to order. Seven ordinary men could be buttoned un der his coat at a time. He died on June 20, 1810, and his coffin was 6 feet 4 inches long, 4 feet 4 inches wide, 5 feet 4 inches deep, and re quired 112 superficial feet of plank to make it. it was built on two axle-trees &nd four wheels. Twemy men worked half an hour to get this monster into the grave, and at last slid the coffin down an incline plane. Reflector. ECONOMY ON THE FARM. On the farm, and ro all the various details of rural and domestic life, prudence and a just economy of time and means are incumbent in an em inent degree. The earth itself is composed of atonjS, an(j tjie most Sl'ntio fortunes consist of aggreat- ea items, lnsignincant 111 inemseives, individually considered, but majestic when contemplated in unity and as a whole. In the management of a arm, all needless expenditure should be systematically avoided, and the income made to exceed the outlay as far as possible. Pecuniary embarass- ment should always be regarded as a contigency of evil boding, av( if contended against with energy and persevering tortitude, it aust soon be overcome. Debt, with but little; hope of its removal, is a millstone dragging us down and chrushin the lfe blood out of us. Be careful. therefore, in incurring any pecuniary responsibility which does not pre sent a clear deliverance with the ad- which a wise use of it ought always to insure. A farmer who purchases a sood farn- and can pay down one third of the price, give a mortgage for the other two th.rds, and possesses the heart and resolution o work it faith fully and well, enters upon the trus path to success. He will labor with the encouraging knowledge that each day's exertions will lessen his in debtedness and bring him nearer to the goal when he shall be disenthrall ed and become a freeholder in its most charming sense, ut without due economy in every department, in the dwelling as as in the barns and in the fields, this gratifying achieve ment may not be reached until late in life, or may be indefinitely post poned. A prudent oversight, there fore, over all the operations of a farm, in order that every thing may be done that ought to be done and nothing wasted, will exert a powerful mnuence in placing a family on the hhh road to an early independence. STRENGTH to vigorously push a business, strength to study a profession, strength to regulator a household, strength to do a day's labor with out physical pain. All this repre sents what is wanted, in the often heard expression, " Oh ! I wish I had the strength!" If you are broken down, have not energy, or feel -as if life was hardly worth liv ing, you can be relieved and re stored to robust health and strength by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT TERS, which is a true tonic a medicine universally recommended for all wasting diseases. 501 K. Fremont St., Baltimore During the war I was in jured in the stomach by a piece of a shell, and have suffered from it ever since. About four years ago it brought on paraly sis, which kept me in bed six months, and the best doctors in the city said I could not live. I suffered fearfully from indigestion, and for over two years could not eat solid food and for a large portion of the time was unable to retain even liquid nourishment. I tried Brown's Iron Bitters and now after taking two bottles I am able to get up and go around and am rapidly improving. G. DECKEK. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is a complete and sure remedy for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Weakness and all diseases requir- ing a true, reliable, non-alcoholic tonic. It enriches the blood, gives new life to the muscles and tons to the nerves. V) CELEBRATED CELEBRATED .3 stomach: TTEft Jfostetter's Stomach Bitters jrivea stead' l "e nerv.-8. i'J.lucis u heuhhv, nut-wM?-S.', '1b prevents, constlpatio. . " forging the uowi-is. irtn- tl V Rrimiiliri the 1 . , . moting a vigoras condition of tlie i.hv teal svstem, l'.Vomotes, also, rh:,t c!neri'. t fMrriiitiini nnii 1..- Hi ol si wt ! iui;iiui-ii vtwmrinu S ill lilt- ilium ::1 lMIV.'l' mr erne ill IV.-UlTKista tlii.i iH.iU't gfiierully TOTT'S EXPECTORANT wmmmmmmmmmmammxaBommm 1m composed of Herbal and Mucdaginous prod nc.ts, wmcu permeate tbe unbitance of tit e 1-iUiiga, expect urn tea tlie acrid matter Jiac coiiecu iii tue iiruuclual Tubes, and forms a soothing coating, which relieves the ir ritation thitt enured the cough. It cleanses the lungs of ali imparities, strengthens them when enfeebled by disease, invigor ate the circulation of the bioou, end truces the nervous system. Slight colds often end in consumption. It is dangerous to neglect them. Apply the remedy promptly A test of twenty years warrants the assertion that remedy has ever been found that is as prompt in itaefEeetHiwTUTT'S EXPECTORANT. Sfk. single doso raises the phlegm, subdues inflammation, and its one speedily cares the mo s$ obstinate cou?h. A pleasant cordial, c. dren take It readily. For Croup fa invaluable and should be in every fa' r.;i In 85c. and 1 Bottles y TUTT'S 5s ILLS ACT DIR E3TLv"oIpT H E LIVEr! ,r!, i:'ai1is ami Fever. Dyspepsia, m-ST v xiaehe, Mllious Colic, Constipa rheumatism, PUe, Palpitation of J? ieart, Ilzziness, Torpid Idver, ami 7 .male Irregularities. If you do not "feel ery well," a simile pill at bed-time stimulates tbs (Stomach, restores the appetite, imparts vipor to tne FT-st-m. Price.3!f. JS Mnrray St..W.T. (Sr-WRITE FOR TUTT'S MANUAL FREE.Sa It. IU LAWRRUCE WITH S. J. THOMAS & CO, WHOLESALE BOOTS, SHOES, Trunks Tnllses. 14 Main St., NORFOLK, Va. 11- 3m Enfield, 3T. C. FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. Sample Room For Commercml Travelers, Livery Stabels- First-class Board by the day, week or month. APOLA.NT & HENCKEL, Managers. l ir and Billiard Room attached to the iio-ici. lhe Bar is stnrkai aritu th choicest Whiskies, Braadie. Wiaes wl .... 451 NOAH BIGGS, r R- C.J OSEY Established 1807. : o : W1 E have been before the public for fifteen vears, and have always en- ' deavored to give satisfaction both as to goods and prices, ana can say now inai enlarge'! facilities enable us to do more in bom respects than ever before. Returning thanks for past patronage, we wish to say that we will sell goods for cash as low as they can be bought else where, or we will quit the market. To all responsible parties and those who jrill make us secure, who wish to buy on time we will sell goods as low as any house in North Carolina will on the same terms. OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF DRY GOODS, NOTIONS HOSIERY, BOOTS 1 SHOES HATS, READY MADE CLOTHING, CR0KERY AND GLASS WARE, TIN WARE. TOBACCO, SNUFF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS ami all other goods usually found in a first-class establishment. We also make a specialty of Miles' celebr ated Hand-made bhoes for Gentle men. Ladies and Misses. Any article not found in stock, and wanted by our customers will be ordered by us at a very small advance on New York cost. We are also ascents for Brown's Cot ton Gins, Feeders and Condensers, which deservedly stand first in th catalogue of suck implements. in our otnee may oe louna catalogues and Designs of '.ToiM.lston, which we will order for parties wishing them, at Designers prices. We. are agents lor several leaning brands of Fertilizers, among them FATAPSCO GUANO, WHANN'S SUPERPHOSPHATE, KAINIT, CHEMICALS, ETC. We sell the above either tor cash or Cotton. W e always endeavor to have salesmen of character aud politeness. At Dresent we have wi h us Archie McDowell, Willie Josey, and Jimmie Pitiman, who will be pleased to wait on customers at all times. About two years ago we purchased the large brick Corn and Wheat Mill from Hon. W. H. Kitchm, and at con siderable addition to the first cost we have put it in condition to make firstrate Meal and Flour, and this we guarantee to do for all who will give us a trial. At the Mill we constantly keep a sup ply of freshly ground Meal, which will be sold at the lowest cash prices or ex changed for corn. In addition to our grinding facilities we run during the Cotton season, Two Sixty Saw Brown Gins, with Condensers, and lowest market price. will igin for the V e . also psy the highest pneef lor feeed Uotton. - The whole Milling Department is un der the Superintendence of W. E. Whit more, Esqr., known throughout this en tire country for his good fellowship an6 fair dealing to all. Noati Biggs $ Co. Cor. lfJtth and Main Street, FURRITURE, CARPETS, 1 N II C IV: 1LA a E;s; PIANOS -AND OH OA US S. A. STEVENS & Co., NORFOLK, - Va. THE OLDEST, THE LARGEST, THE CHEAPEST CARPET A N D Furniture House IN THE SOUTH. Over 27.0D0 square feet of floor space in our show room. For over eighteen vears we have enioved an extensive trade in Halifax county; and refer to hundreds 01 people whose houses we have turnisnea. 11 4m. J. B. Kiddick. A Brinkley N. Bearaan , BMley 1 Co., -WHOLESALE GROCERS 27 Roanoke Square and 26 Roanoki Street. NORFOLK, Va. tdPCorresponden e Solicited. 11 3m 15 Jo0 120 Stinson & Co. per fiay at home. Samples worth So free. Address , Portland, Maine. A BUSINESS HOUSE. i RESPECTFULLY announce to the public that I have completed the ex tension and rehttmg inv store room at mv old stand. I have now in store a ful stock of Fall and Winter DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS & SHOES a Specialty, I also keep a full line of Family Gr o eerie s PATAPSCO FLOUR, V Y. S BUTTER, &C, always on hand. The office of the Commonwealth is over my store. P. kwell, the Jeweler, : ,. 1 Al j r 1 . 7 is uuuer me same rooi. i also have sev oral rooms over my store for rent. I also run a daily Hack and Express ii-uiu ouutianu rxecK 10 Hamilton. All ui cas cai neu at iow rates, ijive me a call. Kesnectfullv. K. ALSBROOK. ESTABLISHED 1880. ALSBROOK. J. 0. SESSOMS K. 4LSBK00K & Co., Palmyra, N. C, WE respectfully invite the public to call and examine our large and varied stock of Fall and Winter Goods, A large stock of Staple dry Goods, CLOTHING. Boots & Shoes. HATS 1 CAPS, TINWARE, HARDWARE, &c, and they must be sold. W e don't intend to be heaten in prices. Highest cash price paid for Seed Cotton Corn, Fodder. Peas, &c. Give us a call and save money. K. ALSBROOK & CO. fyn A week $12 a day at home easily a wmade. Costly outfit free. Addrew IT STANDS AT THE HEAD ! THE LIGHT-IlUNNlf I "DOMESTIC TW it is the acknowledsed ltader m the Trade is afactthatcannotbelisputed MANY IMITATE 11 The Largest Armed, The l.iffhtest Running. The most Beautiful Wo( -wcrk. Al IS WARKASTtl Ya be made of the best material. fo do any and all kinds of work. lo be complete in every respect. For sale bv N. B. JOSEY & C( ; Scot- and Neck, N. 0. R. II. Daniel & Co.. Halifax, N. Daniel & Norfleet, Dealers in eneral Merchandise, Caledonia, N. C. Agents wanted in unoccupied teitory. Address, Richmond, w a. LUTHER SHELDi DEALER IN Sash, Doors and Blirds Newels, Builders', Hardwa Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty an Building Material of every Descritfiw Also General Agent for WADSWORTH, MARTINEN & LONGMAN'S ' PURE PREPARED READY-MIX ED PAINTS, guaranteed to be fre from Water, Alkali, or Adulteration&j irlPSend for Card of Cole rs anc List of prices. Nos.16 W Side Market! .Sqr. and 4i) Roanoke Ave., NORFOLK. VA. D. E. STAINBACK. AGENT. ENFIELD, N. C. may 20. T HE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, J- H. Beal, Agent Hacknev Bros. Buggy WORKS, J. H, BEAL, Agent, Enfield, N. C. fW These Machines, Buggies and Wagons can be had of J. H Beal at lowest cash prices. Reasonable terms on application. T ANNER & DELANEY ENGINE CO. Successors to AI. E. TANNER & CO. 6th, 7th. and canal st., RICHMOND, VA. Manufacturers of STATIONARY PORTABLE AND LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES, BOILERS, SAW MILLS, CASTINGS &c. Having rebuilt our Machine Shops which were destroyed by hre 11th Nov. last and equipped them with the most improved tools, we are prepared V furn ish Machinery ot the same high graae iieretofore bunt by Wm. Jb. lanner & Oo. Farming and Saw Mill Engines are ?pecialties with us. Send in your orders as far in advance of your wants as possible. Wm. E. TANNER, Pres't. , ALEX. DELANEY, Sup't. REPAIR WORK SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY DONE. BySend for Illustrated Catalogues. which are furnished free. A. B. HILL, Ag't, Scotland Neck. Paynes' AUTOMATIC Engines. 2 to IOO Horse Power. rv 111 v le, PrfclB4 Vtmm iwImI, Will furnish bona fj 1 ri 1 Kellafc SCHEDULES. Petersburg Railroad Company Office of Superintendent Petersburg Va., October 13, W2 COMMENCING Monday.-October f 1S82- trains on this rnnrl ix-ill "i follows : 8 GOING SOUTH, Boston & Savannah Fast Mail (Stoj.s only at Relfield) Leave Petersburg daily at 4 :0iJ p. , Arrive at W eldon at 5 :o4 '.. NEW YORK EXPRESS, Leave Petersburg daily at 1-00 P. M M Arrive at w eldon at Freight. Leave Petersburg (ex'pt Sun Arrive at Weld on at am GOING NORTH- Boston & Savannah Fast Mail Leave W eldon daily at 12:05 A. Arrive at Petersburg at 2 :23 NEW YORK EXPRESS. Leave AY eldon daily at Arrive at Petersburg at Freight. Leave Wtsldon (ex Sun.) Arrive at Petersburg First-class coaches will between Wilmington and 1.10 P 3.24 P. M, run lltrnm-l Washing,,,, 1 uivvpiii, vui .3 via uigub cum uay Lj'cllllS il ini n cr nur hwrf he non ha iml r . uonar irom iticnmona 10 .Baltimore. So 1 i 11 tii 1 "Mi ouange oi cars. g r Through ticKets sold to all Hasten auu ouutuuu jjuuiij, anu Ud.ggag'0 Cluvj;, ea inrouga. W. J. BROWN f mspaicner ol Trains R. M. SULU General Superintendent Taylor, Gen. Ticket At W. P. Office Suerintendent Transpok TATION, S. & R. It. R. Co. Portsmouth, Va., November 7th, 1S7!) ! QHANGE OF gCHEDULE! " On and after MONDAY, November 10 F trains will run as follows: ' LEAVE PORTSMOUTH DAILY U CEPT SUNDAYS. ' Mail train at 9 25 a.h Accommodation Train 2 00 in ARRIVE AT PORTSMOUTH DAILY, , EXCEPT SUNDAYS. ' Mail train at 5 45i' ,l '; Accommodation Train 1 1 r;t Mail train connects at Weldon with the 1 Man Trains ot the Wilmington & Weldon and Raleigh and Gaston Railroads. And on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at Franklin, with steamer lor Edenton, Plymouth and Laui':iigs on Blackwater and Chowan rives ami In Washington and stations on Janicsvillt and Washington Railroad. Through tickets on sale to Tarboro, Goldsboro, Newborn, Wilmington, (.0). umbia, Augusta, Charleston, Savannah, Jacksonville, Fernandina, and all points in Florida, Raleigh, Hamlet, Charlotte, Statesville, Marion, Hickory, Old r'ort, Asheville, Warm Springs, Atlanta, Ma con, Montgomery. Columbus, Mobile, New Orleans, and all points in South and Southwest. Freights received daily, except Sundays, from 8 A.M. to 4 p.m. E. G. GH 10, Superintendent of Transportation. Wilmington & Weldon R. K. Co., Office of Superintendent. Wilmington, N. C. My. 14, iss . CHANGE of SCHEDULE. GOING NORTH. Express, Passenger and Mail trains. - No 47 I Leave Wilmington daily, at 6.40 A. M 1 Arrive at boklsboro, at S).4s A. Ji 1 Euheld at 12:07 p m Arrive at Weldon, at 12.50 P M No. 43. Fast Mail. Leave Wilmington at 5:35 p o Arrive at Eutietd at 11:19 am at Weldon at 12-00 a m GOING SOUTH. Express, Passenger and Mail trains. No. 48. 1 .37 l M l 43 p m 1 .43 p. m n .55 V. M k cave Waldoh daily, at 3 4: (5 rrive at Lnheld at rrive at Goldsboro, at rive at W umington, at No. 40. Fast Mail o r.a l ave weicion 0: 10 pm 10:55 pm rive at Wilmiugten at TAKBORO BRANCH ROAD, rrive at Tarboro lilO p m & 8 3o p m eave Tarboro 9 00 a m and 3 00 p m he day train makes close connection at W eldon for all points JNorth, via iaj Liio. dailv. except Sunday, and daily via Richmond and all rail route. JSiK'nt train makes close connection ai Weldoa for ali points ISorth, via Kicn- rnond. Sleeping-cars attacneu 10 an night trains. JOILN F. Ul v l t.. lienerai oupBiuin-iiuw't A. POPE, Gen'l PasenV Agt. OE" A. BOARD & RALEIGH RA1L KOAD VO. On and after this date, trains will run on this Road by the following Schedule: November 20th, 1882. TIME TABLE. P M AM 9 35 9 05 $45 8 20 8 00 Tarboro (Lv.) 8 45 Little Creek 9 15 Betll 9 35 Robi'nville 10 00 Everkfs 10 '20 Wil'lion (ar) 10 50 Tarboro (Ai.) Little Creek Bethel Robersonville Everett's Yilliamston(ar)7 30 Th 7 30 am train from Willmmston will ifnve in Tarboro at 9 35 a m., allow ing ptiser.gers to connect with the 10 w a m tfcin on the W & W R R for Rocky Mouifl Thffc 45 p m train from Tarboro con nects kith the Boais at Williamson lor Norfofcc via E C & N Railroad and inter niediaij points, also at James ville witn the Jl W Railroad for Washington ana all poikts below. , , ... Thiskablh may be changed ai axijr as neceksitvi or circumiance iu ' 17" 1 p. DORSCli, Uen. oup t. Tarhpro.W. C., Noy. 20th, SBOTLjAND NECK RAILROAD. Trains on this road run daily follows1 : i ! GOING WEST. as Leave Jjlcotlind Neck at Arrive jatTiUery's at Arrive ut Hflifax at ;; IOING EAST. Leave IJ aliftt at Arrive a.t Ti jbry's at Ar at Sjcotlid Neck at 9 a. vs 10 a. 12. 45 a. 10 3 :55 p. m. 4:50 p.ui. 5 :30 p. m. PUKCILL HOUSE, NOXFOLK, VA. o R. T. Jai, Propbietob. t :o: 1 1 -... $2 6UaM n ' 1 $2 OOperiMJ. 1