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THE NEW CHURCH DOCTBlflE.
M--aaaBBB P"v- BY Willi CAKLETON. There's come a sing'lar doctrine. Sue, Into our church to-day, These cur'us words are what the new Young preacher had to say : That literal everlastin' fire ' "Was mostly in our eye ; That sinners dead, if they desire, Can get another try , He doubted if a warmer clime Than his world could be proved ; The little snipe I fear some time He'll get bis doubts removed. I've watched my duty, straight an' true, An" tried to do it well , - , ' ' Part of the time kept heaven in view, , An' part steered clear o' hell ; " ' An' now half of this work is naught, If I must list to him, . t An' this 'ere devil I have fought Was only just a whim ; Vain are the dangers I have braved, The sacrifice they cost, For what fun is it to be saved, If no one else is lost ? : ' Just think ! Suppose, when once I view The heaven I've toiled to win, A lot of unsaved sinners, too, Comes walkin' grandly in ! An' acts o home, same as if they Had read their titles clear, - - - An' looks at me, as if to say. "We'rd glad to see you here !" As if to shy, ''While you have . b'en So fast to toe the mark, We waitad till it raind, an' then Got tickets for the ark !" Yet therei would be some in that crowd I'd ratlier like to see ; My boy Jack it must be allowed, There was no worse than he ! I've always felt somewhat to blame, $ ; f In several different ways, ' That he lay down on thorns o' shame To end his boyhood's days ; An' I'd be willin to endure, If that the Lord thought best. A minute's quite hot temperature, To clasp him to my breast. Old Captain Barnes was evil's son With heterodoxy crammed ; I used to think he'd be the one If any one was damned ; Still, when I saw a lot o poor, That he had clothed and fed, Cry desolately round his door As soon as he was dead, There came a thought I couldn't control, That in some neutral land, I'd like to meet that scorched-up soul, An' shake it by the hand. ., Poor Jennie Willis, with a cry Of hopeless, sad distress, Sank sudden down, one night, to die, All in her ball-room dress ; She had a precious little while To pack up an' away ; She eyen left her sweet good smile 'Twas on the face next day ; -v ; Her soul went off" unclothed by even One stitch of saving grace ; How could she hope to go to heaven, An' -start from such a place? But once, when I lay sick an' weak, She came, an' begged to stay ; She kissed my faded, wrinkled cheek She soothed my pain away. She brought me sweetbouquets of flowers As fresh as her youne heart- Through many long aa' tedious hours She played a Christian part, Aa' ere I long will stand aroun The singing saint3 among, try to take.some water down, To cool poor Jennie's tongue. But "tears can never quench my creed, Nor smooth God's righteous frown, -?Though all the preachers learn to read Their Bibles upside down. - I hold mine right side up with care To shield my eyes from sin, ' tx An' coax the Lord, with daily prayer . To call poor wanderers in, . -But if the sinners wont draw nigh, '" An' take salvation's" plan, I'll have to stand and see 'em try To dodge hell if they can. THE KING 01 BAVARIA'S ISLAND works on mechanical philosophy . HOME. which existed in those languages In On the Hcrrenisel in the Chemissee old age Robert Hal1 became de' at the entrance to the Bavarian Tyrol sirons of . accurately judging of the the King of Bavaria has been for the Parallel drwn bv Macauiey between last six years building a palace villa! Milton and Dante. He accordingly which rumor says will surpass in Proceeded to learn the Italian lan splendor, comfort, elegance, and al- goage-ifefAodist -Advance mosst in artistic perfection, all the other royal residences in ! the world. -; HL.Cl0VER-yAl?w; The main building has been some time completed, including the great banqueting room (which is 80 feet longer than that at Versailles) the re- ception hall and the state apartments, But additional buildings are. being erected, the ornamental grounds are ueiug enlarged or rearranged contin- nally, the system of water supply is being improved or extended so that xtUum ue impossioie to estimate when the work will be judged to be fully completed. workmen are cou- Htanuy empioyea irom tne beginning o! spring iar into tne autumn. The principal building has been complete- which may be of use to some of the ly furnished. The resources of art readers of the Jojirnal. On some ac have been taxed to the utmost, tU count I did not sow my seed until af very door handles and window fai- ter I had sown my oats-. -About the tenings being of exquisite design ano middle of April I sowed clover seed as?f vUcat-on uat8 -s" the walls are not clothed with paint. had not been cultivated the year be- lugs like those in the Doge's palace fore' What I sowed on wheat and beanSf th!y are,Unfcd witn most harrowed well, got the best standout palade. noTvSnTy oZ neighboring roads or places Ttcwssi ble to the ordinarv travels, iho ooZLliwCil'ea 80 as to secure J V ufl HIM! --V ' ?WBg i tt STANDS AT THE-HEAD ! . . i l . SCHEDULES. ; A-CITY IN THE SEA. Cedar Key is a little city in the sea. 1 tie own cases ua. name iV"" a number of diminutive islands, otherwise called keys, and they lie between the mouths of the Suwanee and Homesassa rivers. A large number of those keys are settled ; on some, one family, others more, but on Way Key is the incorporated town of Cedar Kev. - This little is land contains about forty acres and is four miles from the mainland, and hence we call it a little city in the sea. Tt is the terminus of the Ttansit railroad, which runs from Fernandina to this point. After leaving the midland the ride to this city is simply enchanting. Lovers of the beautiful in nature have here a fairy land more beauti ful and lovely than fancy can create or language picture. If one look to the west the sheen of the sea is like molten gold, and if to the east, like silver ; while as far as the eye can reach are innumerable little islands, like vast emeralds, of every size and shape, presenting a scene of inde scribable beauty. Not ia the morn ing scenery less attractive and charming, for the train leaves the key just at the hour (7 :30 oelock) when Aurora is robed in the most ororereous varments, ana Wltn ner OCT a beaming smiles tints the heavens and the waters with the glow ot pink, and makes the dew of the grass and the foliage of the. shrubbery which clothes : : the '"fmuKitude of isles" glisten . like my raids of diamonds. Cedar Key is a compact little eity of about 2,000 inhabitants, and is growing every day in population -an&a business. .The rumbling of trains, the rattling of drays, the blowing ofH whistles of boats .and steamships. the racket of hammers and whirl aftd roar of great saw mills are tbedaily experiences of this busy littje cty. But the principal industry is Innef. There are a. number of sawmilhit, here and over 1,500 hands and 100 mules are employed in '-logging" on the islands while at least tn; vessels are constantly chartered, to carry the lumber to the United States and Mexico -Jacksonville (Fla.) Times- Union. V ; NEVER TOO LATE. Whatever adversity may have over taken him, or. whatever unfortunate habits may have fastened upon - him, no one. is too old to take a fresh start and again make a man of himself. For the benefit of those who are discour aged and are deterred from making further efforts against fate by the feeling that they are advanced in life we ite tne following examples to show what men have accomplished late in life : Franklin was fifty before he fully entered upon the study of natura philosophy. Dryden and Scott were not known as authors until each was in his fiftieth year. Dr. Arnold learn ed German at an advanced age,, for the purpose of 'reading Niebuhr in the original. Handel was forty-eight before he published any of his greats works. Alfieri was forty-six years old before he began to study Greek. James Watt, when between forty and fifty, while working at his trade of an instrument maker, in Glasgow, learn ed French. German and Italian, to enable him' to nerase the valuab2k This question is asked by &orge K. Tune, of Phelps county in tiie Journal of, AgricvUurefx sweredby him as follows : While we are studying the movements of the great railroad kings, it does me good to see an article now" and then on something that most concerns the farmer. 1 am one that ofWat growing of clover, although Fahi but a new beginner. I cao see that" the importance of raising clover is very badly overlooked, especiaUyin my immediate section. Last spring was the first I have tried to any great ex tent, and I will trive mv exnerienee. t,qaite so good a growth. What 1 nTrQ f 1 AID nVC sowed on oats did not catch so well, j U I I U UUIll UllC. except on very rich soiL bnt moi::JLiJSS i5 heavy growth. What I sowed on the a, - - -vwaa, u u u - - -- aBL ; t uncultivated land was '"ii i m ei v KUUU catch but made a light growth, and dry weather damaged it considerably. Upon the whole I had a good 6tand. It grew finely the latter part of the season. It all bloomed out and what matured had plenty of seed, some thing I never saw before on fp.ing sown clover. . . As I have had but little experience in growing clover, I would like to har from some one that understands its advantages, what kind of soil it benefits the most, and how long land, should run in clover before it should be plowed and resown. I js,owed about four quarts to the acre, sowing by hand, without any other seed The young clover looks- :wol and has begun to grow nicely. My soil is deep, clay soil, badly worn out. s 1 aim to mow the early crop and turn the last crop under.then to sow. wheat and the following spring sow clover again. I think clover will do well here, on most clay soils. It would pay us here to lose a few crops iu order to get started on the right track. Southern Cultivator and Dixie Farmer. NOTICE. THE FALL TERM of Miss Sallic Speed's School will begin on the 1st Monday in August, 1883. TERMS: Primary, r.-v - v - 'Vb Intermediate, . - - - 10.50. Higher English," - - - 13.00. Music, - 15.00. NJctfoninade unless in case of nrnfvrnrt.Hd illness. s4 July o. 44 it. BINGHAM SCHOOL, - "(Established in 1793.) a PW-"EmiTieTit amons Southern Board ing Schools for, Boysm Age, in Nam hp.ritur Area of Patfonatre and in equip stent for Phvmcal Cukftre. , jani7tn session wui uegm tuguai Isti 1883. t : Bmgtiam School P. O., Orange Co., N. C NOTICE. "T RITA X. : kell in fftnit of the Court t Ifhnse door m Halifax, on Monday. he 6tiidayif Aagust,a$83, the interest . T ' X ' . 1 I. n luminal! Otlll toriv acres of land, in Conoconary Town- 'A T.T: Parks, and ethers, to satisfy State shin 'arii Amino- the lands Old. r. r uueu. i;an43Ciunty taxes xle for 1882. J. 1. UAlloUil, i;UUClUI I. Alshrook. Den'ty. July 6th, 1883, 45 4t. A it Meion! T PROCURED a patent the 9th Jan. X for mv Machine to measure Cotton Bagging and Carpeting, which the owners nf i?ins and retail merchants need to save labor and do away , with the trouble of rolling the bagging on on tne muctay streets, and tne carpets on ine tuny floor. With this machine you can measure 100 yards withm hve minutes' time. a. boy seven vears old can execute the work easilv. From the uresent prospect, mu lions will be sold South. Offers have been made for the patent right, and to give enterprising men an op nortunitv to purchase, I will leave the sale open for other bidders 90 days. 100 or more testiminial3 can be given that the measuring is done accurately. For particulars, address J. C. WILLIAMS. Scotland Neck, N. C. Feb. 22, 1883,26 6m. WWTEP RACENTSE to Bell our popular BOOKS ako BIBLMJn erery Town and County. LIBEBAl TERMS. B.F. JOBS SON 4 CO.. 1013 Main St., Richmond, V. No time 6honIl be lost if -the stnm:u-i, liver anil bowels are affected, to auoi.t the Kiire remedy, Hostttter's Stomach Ui tiers. Dis eases 01 tne organs nuiueu Ufgot outer- l.ir more serious, aud a delay is, therefore, haz ardous. '.Dyspepsia, liver complaint, chilis ' and fever, early rheumatic twinges, fcidney -.Weakness, bring serious bodily, trouble if trifled with. Lose no time in 'using this affective and sale medicine. for sale by all Druggists and Dealers , -&i " . generally. ; POLL: TORPID DOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER aiwi: MAL.AI7IA. - From these sources arisq loi-ee-fourths of fhu diseases of the human race. These symptoms indicate theirexistence :Io ot AfiMtlte. F - wtli costive, Sielc Head u ie. rollneas after catlnar. aversion IS exertion oC body or mind, Eraetatlon ot food, Irritability of temper, IjOW -: apt rlts, A reellB; or laavf nsi ateKleeted some duty, Dlxxiuesa,f lattci-lnK at the lie art, Dots before the eyes, hlsbly col- ion l Vrlne, COKSTIPATIOX, and de- ma id the use of a remedy that acts directly on be I -ivet Aa aLiver medicine TDTT'S vr .VS have no equal. Their action on the KU: neysandSlcinisalso prompt; removing; nil impurities uutoukq inese ir ;r en tit kraanda vigorous bodv. TVTT8FILLI ca- se no nausea or griping; nor Interfere -wi idauv work: ana are a perfect A JTIDOTE TO MALARIA. tTTrwirsa5c. OfflH.44MniTTSt..N.Y. ts ltly to a Glosst Black by a single ap. -plication of this Dte. Sold by Druggists. j fr ' OfHoe. 44 Murrnv Stret. New York:. or i.enc m pxnrftsa on receinc or t ? vni, Mimii nnini Btarim rore FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CURE. A favorite prescription of one of the drtra DR. WARD & CO.. Louisiana. Ma. Plain English ir ic hthe EXPRESSED ! ItrmTmmkN qur Free Circular tells the Rtii 'MjyjSE i fcv, law directed and they completely cured me. In abootone week from the time I commenced aaiQB them 1-beaan to aleep weU and I conttoned to ue all the hoi ronatant Improvement and since that time Jf" I have felt like a new man. I truly hope thatmnnv of toe rofferers will And out that yon have a specific for nervous weaknee- aud be cured bj the same. Respectfully iours, p. g You will not publish my name bnt persons vett ing you may be referrei to tub :.nd I will answer them. To every youner, iniacue age or old man troubled with nervous or physical debili ty or impotence sealed circular is sent gee. Send full address on postal card to HARRIS REMEDY CO. St. Louis, Mo. We want your address. You need our rtuaedy. Send and be convinced of this. to $OH Per dav at home. Samples iDtoyJ worth $5 free. Address Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine. 2U.999 NOW IN USE. li Dcrsons say their goods are the best. We ask you to exam eed and FertlHzlna: IMU and our May Kwlicn. They -ire a eooti as tike Dest, ana can ue a ci;ch. au -"c t- ranted Circmarsmaiiea iree. nBWrim macnim vih Newark- Ohio. Eastern Branch House, Hagmtewa. So. N W. STAGE, General Southern Trav. . eling Agent; Louisville, ivy. TAYLOR'S Address TAYLOR MFG. CO. Charlotte, N. 0. iPUise Mention this Paper.) W. W. Gwathmey. Chas. G. Elliott. Temple liwatnmey . W. W. Gwathmey & Co., COTTON COMMISSION MERCHANTS Norfolk, Va. Cash advanced on consignments. Cot ton shipped by Railroad delivered at our wharf free ot lrayage. &? r a week m vour own town. Terms VOJ and $5 outfit free. Address H. Hallett & Co . Portland, Maine. First-Glass Restanrant. T KEEP A FIRST-CLASS RESTAU- A rant at mv old stand on Main St , near the Brick Mill. Lodging can also be had. Meals at all hours. The best the market affords will be given you served up as well as in any sim.lar house in North Carolina, and at as reasonable rates. Beef, Fish, Oysters, &c, always on hand at the lowest figures. Meals may also be had at all hours at mv other stand, first door South of K. Alsbrook's. I cordially invite and ask the patronage 01 the people, win guarantee sausiac- tion. JACOB D. HlLiL. Feb. 8, 23 tf. SA ft 1 f A I Agenta Wanted for I1AUAI Anelent A Modern BATTLES. neat Sea fights of the '. U. S. N. AddKM ii-m and irranhir Pictorial H istorv of the freat Sea fiffhtS off V World. By Medical uirector &hiffbn, u. a. n. Aaareai j.C. McCURDY & Co.. 633 Chestnut St., PhiladeljAi. Pa. CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes good. Use In lime- Sold by druggist. fssnwgi Euiarfls.BroiliionKo, RALEIGH, N. C, Printers an d Mx. PRINTING : Books, Pamphlets, Circulars, &e. Legal Blanks a Specialty. BINDING: Blank Books, Ledgers, Day Books, as well as Magazines, &c. Old Books Rebound. J. W. DENMARK. EDWARDS. BROUGHT ON Si CO. J.W.DEHIARK&CO., RALEIGH, N. C, 1 Bootsella rs & Staters DEALERS IN School, Law, Religious and Miscellaneous Books. Plain f Fancy Stationer) AT LOWEST PRICES E. N. Nelson, Dealer in Staple & Fancy Groceries Fine Wines, liquors, Cigrars, LAGER BEER, &C. U Corner 8th and Main Street, Scotland Neck. N. C; mar8271y And Mornnlna TTahlr. Mn h. u cored In yejjrs, 1,060 emjRetet tuptlems lis rta ot Uie country. Or. F. aVKwik, Quincy. toon. FREE- Sena to sromtiroa BUSINESS UN I VERSITT I asVlamSMBrM Clak For Illustrated Oimilar a t wfitUool,- JStmitltaitvmtjiyeatt. .0pR " M ut 1P FURNITURE, CARPETS, PIANOS -AND ORGANS. S. A. STEVENS & Co., NORFOLK, - - Va. THE OLDEST, THE LARGEST, THE CHEAPEST GARPET -A N D- Furniture House IN THE SOUTH. Over 27,000 square feet of floor space in our show room. For over eighteen iroars urn Viavp Aniovfiri an extensive trade (n Halifax county; and refer to hundreds of people whose houses we nave iurnisnea 11 4m. Pi pj 'SEWIIIG MACHIIIE GO CHICAGO. ILL. ORAN GE, MASS. In AND ATLANTA t CA." J. L. STONE, Raleigh. N. C. Agents Waited' I for handsome illus trated standard BOOKS & BIBLES I works of character, great variety, low in price, seuing iasi, neeaea everywhere, Liioerai terms, n. e . dutliNSUr & CO., 1011 Main St., Richmond, Va, Jan. 11, '83, 19 ly. PROFESNIONAL CARDS. W. H. KITCH1N & W.A. DUNN, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS-AT-LAW. (: o :) . WUmce on 10th Street. firf Ann above Mam. DOUSOX WIIITRIIEAD, I TONSORAL ARTIST. : ; Main St, Near 10th. SIMPLE o I g , N- l newHome! I KEEP a first-class house and sharp razors. The patronasre of mv old customers and the public generally iivireu. oausiHcuon guaranteed. jive me a call. Dr. R. M. Johnson, O0ffioe over Brvan & WTiitprtAnrl Drugstore. ScotXiAitd Neck, N. C. Offlco bouxs Sum & to 5 p'ejock. THE LIGHT-RUNNING 4 . "DOMESTIC 99 TViot it ia fha nrVnnwledsred Leader in the Trade is a fact that cannot peaispuieu. ii. V .w wuv CJ ... , , MANY IMITATE IT ! The Largest Armed, The Lightest Kunning. . The most Beautiful Wood-wcrk, AO IS WARRANTED To be made of the best material. To do any and all kinds of work. To be complete in every respect. For sale bv N. B. JOSEY & CO Scot- and Neck, N. C. R. H. Daniel & Co.. Halifax, N. C Daniel & Norfleet, Dealers in General Merchandise, Caledonia, N. C. Agents wanted in unoccupied territory. Address, Richmond, Va. A NEW DEPARTURE, FROM THE SAME OLD STAND. 'Competition is the Life of Trade.' T TAKE this method or mtorming my 1 Friends. Present and Former Patrons and the Diiblic eenerallv, that i am still at the SAME OLD STAND at GREEN WOOD, where I am still doing all kinds of work usually done in a Uountry 5nop. and at as Low Figures as any Good Workman will do it. VEHICLES CONSTANTLY ON HAND, MADE TO ORDER. REPAIRIG NEATLY, QUICKLY and CHEAPLY DO-NUi. NICE PAINTING A SPECIALTY. UNDERTAKING AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. COTTON GINS REPAIRED, AND SAWS WHETTED AT BOT TOM PRICES. Fire Arms Neatly Repaired. Also Agent for the Excelsior Cook Stove. 1 mean business, if you don t believe me just can ana see ior yourseii. Very respectfully, JT. V. SAVAGE, Scotland Neck, N C. Invaluable patntid imprtivrauntM found in no otAor tMbtiJYJLS n ia voria. ror rampnieis auu mc List, (also for SAW MILXJB), address TBa; AULXMAN Jc TATLOS HK. Mansfield. Obi Wricht s Indian Vegetable Pills FOB THIS LD.V And all Oilious Ccmplalnte 8afe to take, beins 1 vegetable; no grip inc. Price as eta. urnggiaw. X H E NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, J- H. Beal, Agent Hackney Bros. Buggy iv o r k s , J. H, BEAL, Agent, , ENFiELr, N.: C. These Machines, Buggies Wagons can be had of J. H Beal lowest cash prices. Reasonable terms on application. Paynes' Automatic Farm Engines OF ALL KINDS.-Etabllhd 1844 Mark cut 10.000 feet Pine Lumber In la Willburn wood 6 feet long, coal. Straw and corn (talk. Send for Price List and Catalotrae G IV. W. FAYNK SONS, igva It. Box 1400. Cornlur. I. LEVI, WITH X L. STRAUS & BRO., Leading urocers and Commission Merch ants. Dealers in Salt Fish. 156 West Pratt St., Dec. 7, 15 ly. Baltimore, Md. so - NOTICE I PERSONS wishing to buy. sell, lease, rent or exchange real estate an v- where in this vicinity, wilL do well I" Terms moderate. KITCHIN & DUNN, " : Attorney s-at-Law. Scotland Neck, N. 0. June 29th. 1882. f TI1IS PAPER KswavAPKB APvsxriBiKa B tr. te found on tie at GEO. P. EOWEI.li &C,CYii BuBXau (10 Spraca s'tTr- nizvi vrnrt m 9 IB mmOmS'Mmmmii Petebsbubo Railroad Compaq Office of Superintend!, '0MMESrcIK(3 Monday, October' V iboz, crams on wis roaa will follows : GOING SOUTH, "Hi ' Boston & Savannah Fast Mali owps omy at iteihefch -W A 1 Leave ireiersourg aany at 4 :09p Arrive at ' Weldpn at 5 : NEW YORK EXPRESS Leava FetersDurg aany at Arrive at Weldon at Freight. Leave Petersburg (ex'pt Sun. Arrive at Weldon at GOING NORTH- 1.00 p 3.19 P. 5:30 1 l.nn Boston & Savannah FastMii Leave Weldon daily at 12 :05 a 'u arrive ai x ciciouuig at 2 523 NEW YORK EXPRESS. Leave w eiaon aauy at ijq n . Arrive at Petersburg at 3,24 p S Leave Weldon (ex Sun.) Arrive at Petersburg 1 1 . !11 733; J irst-ciass coaciies win run throiut between Wilmington and Washinsk and sleeping cars on night and dav ti? dollar from Richmond to Baltimore. I Througn ticKets sow to all EtJ and Southern points, and baggage dH eu unvugui W. J. BROWS Dispatcher of Trains R.M. SUL1.V GaneraL Superintendent W. P. Taylor, f Jen. Office Superintendent Transpi XAT1VK, O. 06 ft,, ri. K. Uo. ortsmouth, Va., November 7th, is7j QHANGE OF gCHEDTJLE! On and after MONDAY. NovemWu trains will run as follows: LEAVE PORTSMOUTH DAILY Q CJfiPT SUJNDAYS. Mail train at aitm Accommodation Train 2 1X1 p ARRIVE AT PORTSMOUTH DA1LI EXCEPT SUNDAYS. Mail train at sl Accommodation Train 11 fin Mail train connects at Weldon withda Mail Trains of the Wilmington k Welds and Raleigh and Gaston Railroads. And on Mondays, Wednesdays, ml Fridays at Franklin, with steamer fit Edenton, Plymouth and Lanngs Blackwater and Chowan rivers and fa Washington and stations on iwssih and Washington Kailroad. Through tickets on sale te Tarn. Goldsboro, Newbern, Wilmington, ii umbia, Augusta, Charleston, airnm Jacksonville, Fernandina, and all put in Honda, Kaleien, iiamlet, Uharii Statesville, Marion, Hickory, Old Port. H Asheville, Warm Springs, Atlanta, con, Montgomery, Columbus, Mobile,Nw Orleans, and all points in bomm Southwest. Freights received daily, except Sundijs, from 8 A.M. to 4 p.m. E. G. GH10, Superintendent of Transportation Wilmington & Weldon K.R. Co, Office of Superintended Wilmington, N. C. My. 14, iss . CHANGE of SCHEDULE. GOING NORTH. Express, Passenger and Mail trains. No 47 Leave Wilmington daily, at 6.40 A. M Arrive at Goldsboro, at 9.48 A. 1 , :: Enfield at 12:07 P Arrive at Weldon, at 12-50 No. 43. Fast Mail. Leave Wilmington at 5:33 p a Arrive at Entietd at H:N at Weldon at 12-00 a GOING SOUTH. Express, Passenger and Mail trains. No. 48. Leave Waldon dailv. at 3.3" M Arrive at Enfield at 4:43 p Arrive at Goldsboro, at Arrive at Wilmington, at 9- No. 40. Fast Mail. Leave Weldon 6:Wp Arrive at Wilmington at 1:M TARBORO BRANCH ROAD. Arrive at Tarboro 1:10 p m Jj ?! Leave Tarboro 9 00 a m ana 3 w P B at Weldon for all points North, via wj Line, daily, except Sunday, and m via Richmond and all rail route. Night train makes close connect"" vveiaonior an points nun", - - mond. Sleeping-cars attached to night trains. JOHN F. DIVLNE. General Supernw A. POPE. Gen'l Pasen'r Agi. .. t i n. nriiiniDn - T? A TKIdtl ROAD OOv Or. .rfoi.4r.;a rJaro trflinS Will V on this Road by the following fecneuu" AM HUM Oil V Vim VMa XAWWV , J,,la November 20th, 1882. TTMP TABLE. and r iu at m Kl.) 9 TarbQro (Lv.) 8 45 Little Creek 9 15 Bethel 9 35 Bethel Robersonville -m- aa Rober'nville 10 00 Everett's 10 20 Wil'ston(ar)10 50 c , William'1 will arrive m xarDoro ai oo - ft ... . . m . n O m . H11V mg passengers loconuec, -- a. - A, .4-h TUB w " a m wain on mo n t x- " HI i i ne o 40 p m iram iroui -j---- fof l Ua. o v i iaiuav- Norfolk via E C & N Railroad and mediate points, auoJm :" 4 the J & w ttauroaa ior n N. I aiipomw ueiuw. . . ,nT tim XI1JS muic iu b .rinUire as ueucBBii'jr v vu tuiuiii- - . 8nn u Tarboro, N. C., Noy.20th, ibm- SCOTLAND NECK RAILROAD. Trains on this road run daily follows : going west. Leave Scotland Neck at Leave Tillery's at Arrive at Halifax at GOING BAST. Leave Halifax at Arrive at Tillery's at 7 a. 7 :50 a. 8:30 a. 3 :55 p- m f A n to X a ft :30 P- A anil U Ar at Scotland Neck at W ervous Exhaustion, Tjrtnn of Memory An RA-tvj . . . - . .K,.1I Advice to ounn Men. by a Kegulriarf niiimn.DDunn rMMjn t.u rrht rnrrr m M.t of tWO