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The Farmer's Column.
How to Train a Heifer.
t iw mn.ir to train a lieif-
er to stand quietly to milked, but
hit is easier to tram r.h'-m tojump,KieK
I? ami riin. The wav to teach them to
stand still is to rtvjnir-? 'iem nlwavs
Km An so. If then? MAU-ht to hin-
Alder :i wiM heifer Ironi running, una
9 her fears prompt her lo run. sIk1 will
C run. II she cfin'iot run in :t short
N 1'uae. she !-; her iur iiU'l si:t'ii-
from hs'di : ail h.ii: of 'he
V worst inlHem-es in tlie wnrhl. either
XI for brute or mat. to overcome. If. von
" want to transform a wild heifer into
( a w !! behave I, well trained cow, you
Umj must oe naueiu. an i BMiiini n .sni
per Never strike her: she tiiust,
i first, of all. gel ii-'o,uainf.ed with you.
he .ln,l leum not. So fear vou. If in win-
" ter. it. is best to milk in the stable,
make as little fuss as tew alarming
motions rs nssiliie : handle her very
nl rf.n,lv. liv1 eareful not to tiiu.,:i t.he
teats. This is the great source of
1 trouble. The cow naturally wishes
ac to et rid of her milk. Site stands
ouitttlv until some careless milker lias
bo f n t. hurts, when
she kick an l runs. iy ano-viu-
s. course a few times the habit- will Ur
confirmed. Th.; best, way to manage
... . ,.11. .!... 1 . I
is vi hi have no st,u!il;, n
to nave a
well fenced yard, and teach your
heifers to stand for milkinir in that,
or next best, to tie them very quietly.
No man or boy is fit to handle ani
mal unless he ;an control them, and
control himself. Neither ia it right
to chastise the ignorant. Southern
Planter.
niftmond
t raud was made by a photograpner
in Uoaioi) rpdnt.lv. A diamond ex-
!ert was offered a very large stone
fir eight thousand dollars. He ap
plied to it all the test used in the
trade, and was satisfied that it was
genuine. After he had purchased it,
some circumstances ocenrrad which
led him to suspeet that he was cheat-
ei. notwitlistand-'ng the apparent
t-nuincness of the diamond. He took
t.!ii itmp t ft riiot.itrranher. and ask-
nl him to seiM a ray of shnliht
through it with cemora. Then it
w-j iJicovpre 5 r-hat tiiere ..as an ob-
sTrui'tion ia tho stone. A ray which
)usse. t.!)rt.iiii oilier diamonds clear
:ml str:uj!it was slopped ii the sus
p!-.'?,t j stone. A powci l'ii! uii. i w-. upo
was used upon it, and it was discov
ere 1 that t?i otrt rnctio'i was some
ivmeni which joined two small stones
to;t't.her, the t wo forniina: the masrnif-i'-em
jem tWe mercliaiit had bought.
The two st,o-ies were separated ly
chemiculs, and were tlien worth about
-ix hn idr'd dollars each.
WHEN WOMAN iS SIMPLY IRRFSISTIB1.E.
Wina;t is just too awfully lovely
i4 rivvlv l:uri Irid Wamsutta and
lawn when fresh from toilet soap and
a rrvta', u'!t!t-rv hath. She has the
r ;e peai-ii !'ra r inc of paradise and
t h - t; eatL i:' the t-iipe jasmine of the
tiopi 'al empyrHii. Wlien a fellow
p.is-3 tc rh,i windward of a lovely
woman who is til inr the ;i r with I
sweetness raid purity as she trips
gracefully "along-, he delicately sniffs
the air for an hour, as if he had ot a
snatch of heaven lv perfume and was
trting to woo anot her whiff owr the
celestial battlements. God bless the
women ! If there wore none on earth
tmbl headed men and babies would
De awmilv scarce, and courtinsj would
. .
i
ne more man nail its navor. lorn.
vtiu$.
NEW DEPARTURE
From the same old stand.
'Competitiou is the Life of Trade.
I TAKE this method of informing my
friends. Present and Form pr Pa trnnw
and the public generally, that I am still
"?AMEOLDSTAND at GREEN
WOOD, where I am still doing all kinds
"""v u.-unjr uone in a country Shop
and at as Low Figures as any Goo
.1 orKman will olo it.
VEHICLES CONSTANTLY ON HAND
ri iVIADK TO ORDER.
repairing neatly, quickly and cheaply
une.
NICE PAINTING A SPECIALTY.
I i VT i li r a r . - . .
'"""inAMM, AS LOW AS THE
LOWEST.
t'otion Gins Repaired and Saws Whetted
ai nottom Prices.
VI RE-ARMS N FATLY REPAIRED.
Also- Agent for the Excelsior Cook
I Tnaan hnuiita?i :r j ,
m " ,, . r- -v aon t ooheve
... IIU see ior yourself
Very respectfully.
J. Y. SAVAGE,
, Scotland Neck. N C.
from 10
shed 10
at0v"i. lam. . h iKLul; sui
' n ui paru
,OJikEQI.fitcb.
ea in
f
1
Scotland VievU Ilusiness Jllem.
. K. STAII1AM.
WITH
AUGUSTUS WRIGHT.
Wholesale & Retail Dealer in
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS
Leather and Shoe Findings.
rpiIE largest house el' the kind in the
JL city. Merchants of North Carolina
should examine our stock before going
farther North.
Peteksbuii Va..
Jan. 2.r 21 tf. 16 & 18 Sycanore St.
Vine Hill Male Academy-
rpi IE FALL TERM of this school bc-
L gins on Monday, September 3, lbHJ.
Every arrangement will be made to give
the school success equal to what has been
observed in the oast.
Board mav be had under the direct
s-imcrviaion of the Principal.
rnition 15.00 to 327. 50 per term of
five months.
One half tuition at close of the term.
For further particulars, address the j
Principal at Scotland Neck : or send for i
Catalogue.
E. E. IIILLIARD,
Principal,
Scotland Neck, N. C.
ST
.MARY'S SCHOOL
KALKIGII, N. C.
rrxnv. ADVENT TERM of the 85th'
X Semi-Annual Session ot this School
will bwnn THURSDAY, hM'i. win,
I V'l v. uiuiv.i.v 7
Rev. HENXETT SMEDKS, a. -i.
July V2- 45 2 in.
M
E DIC A L COLLEGE
OF VIRGINIA,
ie i a: ii 3i c i
T!i Fnvtv-Sixth Annual Session will
begin on Monday, October 1st, 1S83. For
announcement or further information ad
dress, M. L. JAMES. M. D.,
aug!) 4t Dean of the Faculty.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA.
(VI EXT SESSION BEGINS AUGUST
iM IWth, 1883. Rep:ular courses of study
lead to A. B.. Ph. B.. and B. b. Special
Courses are onen to Students. Schools of
A Teacher's Course of two years has
been established, tor Particulars, au-
dress KEMP P. BATTLE, LL. O.,
President, Chapel Hill, N. C.
Aug 2-2t. '
TF YOU WANT a good, honest, reliable
atch. at a low price, address L. G.
GRADY, Halifax, N. C. aug 2-2m.
$to A week a day at liome easily
Zmade. Costlv outfit free. Address
true .fc Co. Augusta Maiae.
THOS. F.BAGL.EY,
(jinerul t'oiimiixxion Merchant,
And Wholesale Agent for
Coal, Molasses, Salt, Jc.,
WILMINGTON, N.
Correspondence Solicited.
C.
Jleierence,
Uaitk of Newr Hanover.
lulv Vi. Km. .
H.u P;,l.nn..t. Kirti,m nf N. C..
rrmr, inTii wiT T v;pSTOr RP I
professor of music, 4a brilliant pianist,"
a lady, a tine vocalist, ana Mrs. itemnavi
tu pniiro. ilinlomas;. honest exDOnents of I
knowledge gamed. Charges moderate,
climate delisrhtful. and water excellent.
i ...... . . 1 1 l.i.i- t . i k o 1 .'Jiwtlll.' 1 1 1 I
V.;illl.tl ll-Ii wtl i, ilia iv. tiviiwio ,,
vitod. Board. evervthhiK -included, and
English Tuition. S10 lor 10 months. For
catalogue, address
II. W. REIN HART,
Aug-i 4t President.
PEACE INSTITUTE,
RALEIGH, N. C.
OpeiiM Seitemlx,-i' .I, Clones
.lime ., ImSI,
f Vi"Pnl:nTWv - l l. .. 1
I .XOJlll ClU 111 every OlilHCU UMIUI-
L lv
taught in tirst-class Seminaries for
young ladies. Advantages for instruc
tion in Music, Art and Modern Languages
unsurpasseu, Arrangements tor younj
lames laKing a special course m siuuies.
. - i - j. ,-
ror circular and catalogue address
RKV. R. BI RWELL& SON,
Raleigh, N. C.
Julv -20. 17 2m.
BING-HAM SCHOOL,,
(Established in 1793.)
Is Pre-Eminent among Southern Board-
Schrnl lap Itrtv-s in A va 111 "Wt, I
hers, m Area of Patronage and in equip-
1 ni. 1 11 - I
11 ,"L5OTcai "Hfe:
I uvetoiuu 111 uclll AUlluat
ill a I7it i v:,,c o,,,. 1 : a ...,r..
1st ls;i
.
Via I. IS. I.-1IA9I.
Bingham School P. 0., Orange Co., N. C.
a hton & Go.
RALEIGH1, N. C,
Printers and Binders.
Books, Pamphlets, Circularsm&c.
Legal Blanks a Specialty.
BINDING:
Blank Books, Ledgers, Day Books,
as well as Magazines, &c.
Old Books Rebound.
J. W. DENMARK. EDWARDS, BR0UGHT0N & CO.
J.W.BEMARK&CO.,
RALEICH, N. C, .
Booksellers & Stationers
PEALKP.S IN
School, Law, Religious and
Miscellaneous Books.
Plain f Fancy Stationery
AT LOWEST PRICES.
mwTEpqassy
to sell our popular BOOKS anu BIBLES In every
Town and County. LIBERAL TEB9UL
B. F. JOHKSON & CO.. 1013 Main St.. Bicbmond. Va.
Used with any cicas pen tor mark.
iuk auyisDnc. ropuiar lor decora
ative work on linen. Received Cen.
tennial HCDAL & Diploma.
Established &ft K..M K .11
OruggistsUuouerB JS'ews Agt'
TIIIS PAPER
to . bo found ou
aio ac lEO. p,
wnere adver- aiasjsaBBB -
(10 Sprnoa
... sshssssmsssssbssssi"
FURNITURE,
CARPETS,
PIANOS
-AND
QR&APf S
8. A. STEVENS & Co.,
NORFOLK,
Va.
THE OLDEST,
THE LARGEST,
THE CHEAPEST
c
ARPET
A N D-
Furniture House
IN THE SOUTH.
Over 27,000 square feet of floor space
in our show room. For over eighteen
years we have enjoyed an extensive trade
in Halifax county; and refer to hundreds
of people whose houses we have furnished.
11 4m.
W. V". Gwathmey.
Chas. (I Elliott Tnmnlo nwa.t.hmv
rW. W. Gwathmey & Co.,
AORPOLK, V A.
vmi uutauwu u i-oiL-si-jninenis.
T T T7 TT T
1 . Ji U V 1
' 1X11-
j . ,. aTltilUb OC 5KU-,
, . . . ..... .
ants. Dealers in Salt Fish.
loG Yest Pratt St.,
Dec. 7, 15 ly. Baltimore, Md.
for handsome illus
trated standard
works of character, great variety, low in
price, selling fast, needed everywhere,
Liberal terms. B. F. JOHNSON & CO.,
luii lain ou, xvicnmona, va.
SIOOO REWARD
For ny raich, holUnit uJ rl,a,,n nt for
TM.rsTRATPn
tWAHK W AUHINb CU
SEWAKK, O.
N. W. STAGE, General Southtrn Trav-
elmg Agent, Louisville, Ivy.
TAYLOR'S l0pR
BOSS CU- j
-nee rait
Address,
TAYLOR MFG. CO.
Charlotte, N. C.
--tfvse Mention this Paper.)
i .
f-Z a week m your own town. Terms
tvU and 85 outfit free. Address H.
Hallett & Co , Portland, Maine.
Jfew sad tnaatiic Pictorial History of the treat Sea fights of tba
World. By Medical Director Shipfhn. U. S. N. Addm
8 K to ?OA Per da v at home. Sanroles
8"t- to worth $5 free. Address
Mmson & Co., Portland, Maine.
FREE
I Sena to
HfflftRF.'R
'BUSINESS UNI VEKSmr
For IllustrateU Circular. A Ilwe isctnal Bus?
ness School Established twenty years.
Aiiantn si-la
PATENT SRWMU
iw-if1"'' TAVUOR MFC. CO.
ygiCk llul!r. 11
T, All1
"
$83.00
1011 OBLY
FREIGHT
PREPAID.
US:
PGHTRUNNINg
CHICAGO, ILL.-
ORANGE. MASS.
AND
TLANTA, GA.
7?i
J. L- STONE, Raleigh, N. C.
IT STANDS AT THE HEAD !
THE LIGHT-RUNNING
DOMESTIC"
That it is the acknowledged Leader in
the Trade is a fact that cannot be disputed.
MANY IMITATE IT !
1
The Largest Armed,
Xhe Lightest it mining.
The most Ueautiful TVood-wcik,
AI IS WAKRMTED
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
land Neck, N. C.
R. II. Daniel & Co.. Halifax, N. C.
Daniel & Norfleet. Dealers in General
Merchandise, Caledonia, N. C.
Agents wanted m unoccupied territory.
Address,
DOMESTIC S. M CO.,
Richmond. Va.
T II E NEW
HOME SEWING MACHINE,
J- H. Beal, Agent
Hackney Bros. Buggy
works,
J. H. 1JEAL, Agent,
Enfiell-, N. C.
GF" These Machines, Buggies and
Wagons can be had of J. H. Beal at
lowest cash prices. Reasonable
teems on application.
jffi. IME'WRBS, 111. 'I..! "ir... f' lone. sPiecolo. 4 . tone. i tcupiw oar.i.
-is: v . CjirfBit-V -' ;-"":irtmf ..... i I-.. u - I".- .HiClaUa. 0 I-. '- n : ; dOnr.h.et.l KWa HiUTUU
.Wkffi. ' .3 A'mTfk -."! S.p. 4-Rig.M 0-. ";pj,lriider'. Art IT IS VKUY BEAUTIFUL IS APPBAR-
rt . : 2J l'1''5,!!'"?;'," I?v rTT'r LI cS'l . Tl'e Case is of Solid Walnut, profusely ornamented wi
CSSrix i mJt' AXOIS. HK1SU bXAtlLt . , M ; Fo(.kt.t is of thc juoat beantifnl desifrn extant.
Jfea 1 --v-'--SiSJC JSJA tianu-Ciivvii-K an.l exiK iiMve f.icy - oarlor. and would i niKinent the boudoir or a princess.
&g rV'(i '-nkmtK it is -nri of P Si'Uf i Fi55 OeUrS hSdiim" appearance. Itwillnottaki the dirtor
&1!.. . . .4.!pv" .-1':; &-'53?fVr P.??'?" EEDS. dulfctctel2 th.SweSrV01X CELESTE Stop, the FWf
"Sla?A - : "h I j 1 s- . '!: . ii Tf feMj.!. V' itraai Oreao. Right and Left Knee Stone, to control the
JS... i ::MfT rV;'li:2sf 1- ri.uu ';!,.... ...... . . "i.ai. uu. Irtjut JW gan 'GgyKN XOXGUK REEDS, as follows: A 8ft
f&ajtf" .. m' - , - - '?r?;2X-'. motma byttie kae.-, c?7-, 0etkes of vX CELESTE; one eet of FRENCH HORN REEDS.
KK-lpW5.. :'!: , ! ' M" '- l',la: i'VKr GOLdTn "oXCB IIKEDS. Ileside all thU. it will be tted P
IPl-l'' ' ;. ---t'lVtvw "n-,:Vfril,rillK wclidnublestheiJowerof the instroment Lamp Stands, Pocket for
l h:.-- ' T! " , ,ff ! r.''1' :;u4"-. V S s on Actioli iU "soun.iiifr lloard. &c. It has S51idmsid and conveniently
lia Wir '-t ' ' ".'?'' '-' 1 ..,,ihe AeYlw-. which arcof theupriithtpaturn.aremadelromthe bes
lr i4i ' " - ' ; . --i rr..uK.-a H ..t ''fXlSr Clot!. "ore- PO' W P with Bteel Springs, wd thg
1 ersJa'1 v; ;' W V 4n S Ped3 s;P. The Vodli. i,trad of being eoerd wrth carpet ate Pobshed
mWm? i.."; i t- neat .teaintt. and never gut out of repair or worn ;
MM!
Cot- II aTIU tVVWY DAb.
newHome!0
EATTY'S PABL0Rp ML&
Tesrcl&r Price, SS&QQ . ....
lar
Ss & t.int.. 5-i
ft. tor:, -
"TEN-DAY
f.
p iit:i hill in itsll t r
.:....t r.M..
J! .'at fil .ro'ii:i:i' 'f imt
f
L
f Rf'?M,v" SSSfe?
ii raro unui-:un!rv to
on C'.Ddiciou tiu.tii muse
sliiill r-.-tiirn it ;it V.
emt
fKt V 1 U1A tx imUKK
t"r;.lBPtag?gg
T7-. " "-1' 'i-l-l LKi iTl .Hn.H;:. LI S. JOItV, i.. i - - u.l ypnin.t H I. bill. 7-VII JH.-B t-aic.Ots. UlllB. ID-ll-" J
CIEIEETTES.
nnn(cufmrn(oJ
LUI III I 1 Ui X II III
1 n U U IU
nd will eompl etely chancre the blood in the entire syitem in.three monthi. Any person who will take ONE PILL
KACH NIGHT FROM ONE TO TWELVE WEEKS, maybe restored to sound health, if euch a thing i poseible.
For curing Female Complaints these Pills have no equal. Physicians use them in their practice. Sold everywhere,
or sent by mail for 55 cents in stamps. Send for pamphlet. 1. 8. JOHNSON St CO.. Boston, Mass.
Br,
Or-res all diseases of the Stomach, Liver,
Bowels, Kidneys, Skin and Blood.
Id U lions testify to its efficacy in heal
ing the above
nounce it to
tkaie mask, guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia.
CTAGENTS WANTEDS
Laboratory 77 W. 3d St, New York City. Druggists sell it
A. I. iiOBES Writes:
After a triorousrli trial of the
P U
lilON TOIIIG, I take pleasure
in stating tnat I nave Dean.
ereatly benefitod by it;
use. Ministers and Pub
lic Speakers will find it
of the greatest value
where a Tonic is neces
sary. I recommend it
as a reliable remedial
agent, possessing: tin
doubted nutritive and
restorative properties.
XouisvUle, Ky., Oct. 2, 18S2.
pc m n
- E7 THS DR. HARTER MUSICXNS CO., 2131T. IUX8 ST., ST. WIS.
u -r i S x
ITAnirM ItF.ncjVT fe.iiom I
cHrncr J they r.vinL t'.' ii '
wnek from tlie lime i t-onii::.- ':r'.i u..
to sleep well and 1 fj'.riin :
,-(iosr."i:t ini!"ov-jiiiMif vml f
I hiiv:- 1'!:;- !i t. i .i1 t
thc? 5.!-r-r .)! r-il , ; a '
Lurvau.t Aw-i'l; . i m ! t.; ...
1. S. Yon . iit not us.-i-.i ' '. ;
i:itr you l.ii trf rr' -' -"
To rvevy youii". s; i ..r: c
troubled v-ith r. -Mrror.w o
ty or iir.rctfrc-i
f e. Wn'i fail ;,oa
HARRIS M.-?.:-:pv i
Z7 It. M. Johnson,
8Offioe over Bryan & Whitehead's
Drug Store.
Scotland Neckt N. C.
Office hours from 8 to 5 o'clock.
JJOLISON WHITEHEAD,
. Tonsorial Artist,
Main Street, - - Near Tenth,
SCOTLAND NECK.
I KEEP a first-class house and sharp
razors. Tho patronage of my old
customers and the public generally so
licited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give
me a call.
but our Excrvrc '
KIMRnfP.nTTnW!
SURGEON
a-C!.-,rabolia. '. tone. 4-Manual Snb-BaiS.
ax.Ho;
OFFER
If you will remit me 969 and
thc annexed Coupon within 1
dnye from the date of thle
Newspaper, ( vrlll box and ship
yon thle Organ, with Organ
Bench , Boot, etc, exactly
game as I sell for (S3. Yo
should order Immediately, and
in no 'ife later than 1W days.
One year-a ic-sr inai Biven
full warrantee ror tlx x eara
Giveu under ir.y Hand andS'al.
. - H." -JfTS9Li. MB X M W .msmti
V;- r1" re.'it? On receipt of thiConpon and J5S.00
.. i "? fca in cash hv Bank Draft. Post Office
: -TT'r- .ii ' i- V v CiVj.;":-; 'on your bank.' if forwarded within 10 daye from
"... r m r ( W.t: in?rt.i to flpcerU this ciiDon for as nart payment
', v'J' !-i"-! Si'.nt'3 I'arlor Orean, with Bench. Dook, etc.. pro
i'.;d fhe't-a-h liaintie- of acei.mpomes this coupon; and I will send yon a
isft. anu oox ana snip you me viruu ju an io
fr,. v!v VMM. M rmpv refunded with tntorost from the
us rcisifVaeiued after one yenr's use. .
w-,:,i DANIEL F. BEATTT.
... . . .
O A I Ii As a further macuement tor yon iprovweo
TTTprB ii'tTfwTijf ii ii onTjiaatTove organ to your nearest railroad freight station,
lint eu-i . " the MrseisaiDM Kiver. or that far on any going westof it. Thig is
place an instrument, as it were, at your very oor, all
f.viirnt prc-ii.ut. ifiHiiufacturcr'a wholesale prices, vrdcr now; aouuns;
(liivi d by cri".r'"deno.
sUrtlLJTrfi rtWRSa Enclosed find 59 for organ, I have read yonr
Ff J ? V V. v f , statement in this advertisement, and I order one
of one year's use and demand the return of my money .with
prove exactly as representee; in tms aavertuemeuv, ur t
interest from the very moment t Jorwarn it, at six per cent, according to your oner.
lie vera particular to ciicc Ifame. font Otfce. County, State. Freight Station, and on
what ttailroad. t-W iie sore to remit by Bank Draft. P. O. Money Order, Registered
Letter. Express prepaid, or by Bank Check. You may accept by telegraph on last
duy and remit by mail on that day. which will secure this special oner. I desire
this maenificeut instrument introduced without delay, hence this special price.
nZ DANIEL F. BEATTY.Washington.lU
IS IttIVHj liUlVllijLllA 1 M.I .
The..e Goods are sold under an
Absolute Guarantee
That they are the Finest and PUREST
goods upon the market;
They ARE FREE from DRUGS and
CHEMICALS of any kind;
.1C
cur;s".t of the Finest Tobacco and
Purist Rice Paper made.
OUR SALES EXCEED
the products of ALL leading manufacto
ries combined.
None Genuine without the trade-mark
of the BULL. Take no other.
W. T. BLACKWELL & CO,
Sole Manufacturers, DURHAM. N.C.
9 PURGATIVE In
iW
C
f
; V a 8 41 BwnMassMSav
named diseases, and pro-
be tne
UM inn
UJST ilUmiJJ Y iLiNUW TO JYL-&JN .
si combination of In
ioor.ide of Iron, 1'eruviClA
Hark and 1'hosphorna in
a palatable form, for
Debility, Xoss of Appe
tite, Prostration of Vital
Powers it i indispensa
ble. T LI1P V mil ii.i i. m
R I F E S X. ZZ ' x,,'
v xconsiaeric
a most excellent reznedv for
the debilitated vital forces
1 U
II "
IPDLL
TORPID BOWELS.
DISORDERED LIVER
and MALARIA.
From these sonicea arise three-fourths of
the diseases of the human race. These
symptoms indica theirexistence:Xosja of
Appetite, R-wla costive Sick Head
ache, fuUneit cfter catlntj, avert ion t0
exertion of body or mind, Eructatiora
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
spirits, A feelUg of having neglected
Borne duty, IMziiness, Fluttering at the
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mand the use of i remedy that acts directly
on the Liver. Aiia Liver medicine TtJTX'S
PHVLSliavenotqual. Their actios on the
Kidneys and Skims also prompt ; reiuoving
all impurities through these three gcaT-
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TUTTS mm
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plication of thiPiDYE. Sold by
or sent by exprefs on receipt of 1
Office, 44 Mirray Street, New
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Staple & Fancy Groceries
Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
Lager Beer, &c.
Corner 8th and Main Street,
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SCHEDULES.
Petersbtjbo Kailkoad Compaxy,
Office of Superintendent,
Petersburg Va. , October 13, 1882.
COMMENCING Monday, October, 10,
1882, trains on this road will run as
follows:
GOING SOUTH,
Boston & Savannah Fast Mail
(Stops only at Relfield)
Leave Petersburg daily at -4 :09 p.
Arrive at Wcldon at . 5 :54 4
NEW YORK EXPRESS,
Leave Petersburg daily at 1.00 P. M
Arrive at Weldon at 3.19 P. M
Freight.
Leave Petersburg (ex'pt Sun,
Arrive at Weldon at
5:30 p ru
.11:00 a m
GOING NORTH-
Boston & Savannah Fast Mail.
Leave Weldon daily at 12 :05 A. M
Arrive at Petersburg at 2 :23 "
NEW YORK EXPRESS,
eave Weldon daily at 1.10 P. M.
Arrive at Petersburg at 3.24 P. M.
Freight.
Leave Weldon (ex Sun.) 2 00 pm
Arrive at Petersburg 7 33 p m
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.
Ihrough tickets sold to all E&stem
and Southern points, and baggage check
ed tnrougn.
YV. J. BKUWJN,
Dispatcher of Trains.
R. M. SULLY
Ganeral Superintendent. .
W. P. Taylor, Gen. Ticket Ag ..
Office Superintendent Transpor
:.
tation, S. & R. R. R. Co.
Portsmouth, Va., November 7th, 1S7!)
QHANGE OF gCIIEDULE !
On and after MONDAY. lVovember 10.
trains will run as follows:
LEAVE PORTSMOUTH DAILY EX
CEPT SUNDAYS.
Mail train at 9 25 A.M
Accommodation Train 2 00 l'.M
ARRIVE AT PORTSMOUTH DAILY.
EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
Mail train at 5 45p M
Accommodation Train 11 53 p.M
Mail train connects at Weldon 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 for
Washington and stations on Jamesville
and Washington Railroad.
Through tickets on sale to Tarboro,
Goldsboro, 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 8 A.M. to 4 p.m. E. G. GII10,
Superintendent of Transportation.
T1J"ilmington & Weldon K. K.Co.,
o.,j.
s'T, V
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T f UFFICE OF bUPERINTENDEN
Wilmington, N. C. My. 14, 18S
CHANGE of SCHEDULE.
GOING NOltTH.
Express, Passenger and Mail trains.
No 47
Leave Wilmington daily, at G.40 A. M
Arrive at Goldsboro, at 9.43 A. M
Enheld at 12:07 p m
Arrive at Weldon, at 12.50 P. M
No. 43. Fast Mail.
Leave Wilmington at 5;35 p n
Arrive at Enlietd at 11:19 a m
' at Weldon at 12:00 a m
GOING SOUTH.
Express, Passenger and Mail trains.
. No. 48.
Leave Woldon daily, at 3.37 P. M
Arrive at Enfield at 4:43 p m
Arrive at Goldsboro, at 6.43 P. M
Arrive at Wilmington, at
9.55 P. M
No. 40. Fast Mail:
Leave Weldon C: 10 pm
Arrive at Wilmington at 10:55 p m
TARBORO BRANCH ROAD.
Arrive at Tarboro 1:10 p m & 8 3o p m
Leave Tarboro 9 00 a m and 3 00pm
The day train makes close connection
at Weldon for all points North, via Bay
Line, 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 all
night trains. JOHN F. DIVINE.
General superintendent,
A. POPE, Gen'l Pasen'r Agt.
SEABOARD & RALEIGH RAIL
ROAD COi
On and after this date, trains will rum
on this Road by the following Schedule :
November 20th, 1882.
TIME TABLE.
PM
Tarboro (Lv.) 8 45
Little Creek 9 15
Bethel 9 35
Rober'nville 10 00
Everett's 10 20
Wil'ston (ar) 10 50
AM
Tarboro (ar.) 9 35
Little Creek 9 05
Bethel 8 45
Robersonville 8 51o
Everett's 9 00
Williamston(ar)'7 30
The 7 30 am train from Wilbamston
will arrive in Tarboro at 9 35 a m-:, allow
ing passengers to connect with th 10 00
a m train on the W & W R R for Rocky
Mount.
The 8 45 p m train from Tarboro con
nects wkh the Boats at Williamston for
Norfolk via E C & N Railroad and inter
mediate points, also at Jamesville with
the J & W Railroad for Washington and
all points below.
This table may be changed at any time
as necessity or circumstances may require.
P. DORSCH, Gen. Sup't.
Tarboro, N. C., Noy.20th, 1882.
SCOTLAND NECK RAILROAD.
Trains on this road run daily as
follows :
going west:
Leave Scotland Neck at 7 :30 a. vrt.
Arrive at Tillery's at 8 :20 a. va.
Arrive at Halifax at 9 :00 a. m.
going east.
Leave Halifax at
3 :25 p. m.
4 .to p. m.
Arrive at Tillery's at
Ar. at Scotland Neck at :Q0 p. m.
Nervous Ilxbjraustion,
lemptiure Decay,
Xioss of Memory.
a A5ie Coth-bonnd Book of wholesome
Advice to YoM jc Men , by a Regular Physician.
REiiT FRI?E ZZ'IZ"
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