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1897 OCTOBER. 1897
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Do ! tiir's- Names.
1' -ny lo-ii i- I'i l lmr
The News ;ind Observer has for
yens opposed free passes. This
much can he s id to its credit. Re
cently Incite Robinson charged the
Wake county grand jury that the
law plainly tot kiele this discrimina
tion. The jrand lury, it is said,
m idea lot ot presentments, specify
ing the names oi many "bijj bus"
who have been riding free. Solici
tor lni put oft drawing indictments
till next term and the grand jury,
could go no farther- The names ot
many of these recipients ot free passes
arc known. The Xews and ( )bserver
promptly published that Governor
Russell had ridden on free passes,
but it did not give the numerous
names of prominent persons m its own
party, and personal friends, whom, by
the same presentment, are named as
recipients ot passes, We are told
that V. S. District Attorney C. B
Aycock, Solictor l'ou, and many
other prominent Democrats have
been "toting" tree passes regularly.
Mr. Aycock, as U. S. District At
torney, is paid o,ooo per year to
prosecute violators ct the Federal
laws, but lie has failed to prosecute
any corporation engaged in violation
ot that clause of the law, so tar as we
have heard. Same can be said ot
Mr, Toil. The Xews and Observer
did not mention that when Solicitor
l'ou iound that his name was on the
list lie walked over to Col. Andrew's
office and surrendered his free pass
to private sec t iry Miller. Perhaps
it hail not hemu inis.
For over tir.i v e years, it is said,
Gen. Matt W. R insom. has not paid
a cent of tare on any North Carolina
railroad. He simply li t the cost of
his tree riding be added to the price
of the tickets t other folks. For ten
years, since the Act of Congress made
free passes ilgal, he rode free from
Cj.irvsburg to Washington. It is even
said that m his iricpient trips to and
troni Mexico. tor lie spent halt his
time at home; he took nothing from
his $20,000 salary as Minister to
Mexico Or traveling expenses
Though lie t' tally disregarded both
state and national laws, no U. S
District Attorney or state court solic
itor ever attempted to enforce the law
on Irs case. Perhaps the Xews and
Observer knew nothing of this.
There are others w ho ride on mile
age books given them without any
consideration whatever in return. A
certain Superior Court Judge is said
to ride on a "verbal pass." Asham
ed Jo be caught with a pass, he has
gotten the railroad president to tell
conductors to pass him and he tells
everybody that he has no piss.
I tiese evasions are no good, are sim
ply contemptible. A judge or any
other official who rides on a "verbal"
or actual pass cm give nothing in ex
change, except his inilence or, worse
still, his judicial power, to the rail
roul in exchange Or the same.
As long as '-big bugs," big politi
cians and big shippers ride free and
hue the cost of their riding added to
the tickets ot other pioplt.they will
think 34 cent fires cheap enough.
Put when they are made to pay like
other people they will find that
it is very high ft re. The "big
bugs" and big corporations must
obey the law. The way to get uni
hani low rates is to make all pay
a'ike. Siopthe tree pass business
and the "big bugs" will soon join in
the general demand for low rates.
T'lt ;i cinor ;iml la is lises.
Governor Russell's defense of him
self on account of his taking railroad
passes, is the weakest effort of his
life. Indeed, could hardly have
cost him any eft -:i at ail. We have
no sympathy with the idea that eyery
man who takes .t railroad pass is ne
cessarily a baei tn.m and that his ac
ceptance ot it is prima l.tcie evidence
ot his corruption: but when a man
goes into a war upon corporations
Or a steady business he ought to de
cline their courtesies or ot least make
his orgies stop declaring from week
W . j
to week, that acceptance of these
courtesies is wool that the man is a
hireling c the corporations. What
does the Governor say? He says
substantially that he takes passes in
order to get even with Judge button
ton and other people, that he has
rendered no equivalent lor his trans-
nnrtation and doesn't intend to, out
that he. proposes to beat the railroads
out of everything he can.
There is a legal maxim that an ac
cuser must himself come into court
with clean hands. His Fxcellency,
the Governor, could with better lace,
certainly with much better ettect,
loiOe his charge:: against the railroads
and stand by seeing his newspaper
organs accuse men of corruption in
accepting passes, if he did not himself
have to confess that he had a pocket
ful of them. His avowal that he
knows that the roads are violating the
law in the giving of passes is an ad
mission that he is a party to the
crime. He simply h:is no ground at
all to stand on, and the tone ot his
interview indicates that he realizes
this tact fully.
1 s;; inn ix."
Is the name of a superior quality
of Brandy, placed on the market by
the Speer, X. J. Wine Co., as a com
panion to their Superior Old Port
This Old Branny is a pure distilla
tion from the grape and stands unri
valled. It isconsidered by eminent
medical men far superior to most
the French 1 rand is for medical pur
poses and is preferred by them to
other Pradies on account ot ijs known
purity. Sold by Druggists.
There are among the thousands
who use Cod Liver Oil to whom the
taste of the Oil is objectionable. To
these we take- pleasure in recommend
ing "MOKKIIl'NlN" (Wine of Cod
Liver Oil ) It is not a syntheticaf
compound, but is actually extracted
from the finest quality pure Norwe
gian Cod Liver Oil, thereby repre
senting all its virtues, combined with
Hyphosphites of Lime, Soda anel
Ni'Up ipiTK as T't IS xiks.
The Superintendent of the Kansas
Public Schools has introduced news
papers in the schools of th it State as
text books, and it they are the proper
kind of newspapers, is, no doubt they
are, it will prove a benefit. The
Post of Washington, says it is not a
bad idea, and cites the fact that the
teachds ot the schools in that city
invite their pupils to discuss the topics
of the day as gathered !rom the press,
and the result has been most sats
The Post has this to say about the
"It may be said that newspapers
do not always print every detail of
the truth and that sometimes thev are
guilty of absolute mendacity. So it
it may be said of histories, that they
are not always correct or an unpreju
diced record of the periods and
events which they profess to chroni
cle. As to bald and malicious men
dacity in newspapers, it can be said
that its rare occurence only proves
the rule of general fidelity' to the
truth, The really successful newspa
per of to day cannot survive unless it
is, as near as careful editing and faith
ful reporting can make it, an actual
record of daily events. A newspaper
is published as a business venture,
and it can no more succeed by daily
fraud upon the public than a grocer
can build up a remunerative trade by
dealing in adulterated goods. It is
the pride of every paper of any
standing whatever that its assertions
can be relied upon. The editor who
deliberately misrepresents is nowa
days the exception. Fven if he were
not influenced by by the higher piin
ciples of morality he would soon find
his influence waning and his circula
tion decreasing if he held not to the
principle that truth-telling is the best
This is all very true.and the news
paper which persues a contrary
course will soon find its influence and
along with it its living gone beyond
Hart's KssKxi KCMXtiKK-quick.
.y cures summer complaints caused
by changes in drinking water Cli
matic changes unripe Yruit etc Diar
rhiei, Dysentary, Cholera Morbus,
Xauseau omiting, Flatulency,
Cramps, jCohc and all internal pains.
A Million A is IVunte.l.
Ncxvs and Ol. sen. cr.
"A Philadelphia syndicate has
written to the State Hoard of Educa
tion making enquiries about public
swamp lands and expressing a desire
to purchase 1,000,000 acres of timber
lands. Of course they capnot .t
-om the P.oard, as the Wilmington
Investment Company has an option
on all the State swamp lands until
NEED Hood' Sarsapanila
it yum- woo.1 is illim.0, yourappe
tite gone your health impaired. Noth
ing builds up health like HOOD'S.
REVIEW OF RECENT HAPPENING
THROUGHOUT THE STATE.
The Commonwealth Cotton Mills,
at Durham, has started up with a
Mrs. Nora Wilson, a very hand
some woman, who was arrested at
Durham lor bigamy, is out on Lai';
Julian S. Carr, of Durham, has ac
cepted an invitation to open Win
ston's big tobacco fair with an ad
elress November 3
The boiler in a saw mill exploded
at Penson, Johnson county, Friday
and scalded the owner, Robert Mil
ler, to death.
The ease which is tr decide which
of the four sets of officers are e ntitled
to the city government ot Wilming
ton will come up be Ore the Supreme
Court Nov. 2d.
George. Vandtrbilt won the $ico
prize for the best agiiculture elisplay
at the State Fair, also sizty-two prizes
on poultry, and six on cattle, all from
his Piltmore firm.
Fsrmers say that clover and grain
are coming up admirably, thanks to
the wet weather. The crop of small
grain is to be the biggcst ever sown
in the Stcte.
The Stale Superintenelent of Pubi c
Instruction issued a circular Friday
stating that on no coneiition must a
teacher's certificate be granted a man
who sells liquor.
Mr. Mebane, Slate Superintendent
of Public Instruction, decieleel to
change the date of the meeting of the
State Hoard of Medical Fxaminers
from October 2;th to November 9th.
The penitentiary directors have
iminimously elecided that Dr. Kirby
Smith, son of the Superintendent,
had been guilty ot the grossest im
morality vxith two of the criminal in
sane. The wagon and caniage repair
shops of T. A. P.owen N: Son, Ral
eigh, were burneei last week. It was
a elouble, lour story brick building,
but was almost empty. The loss is
only about $o,coo.
News comes of another murder m
Alleghany county. A man named
Johnson shot and killed one Murphy
and dangerously wounded Murphy's
brother. They 01! out over a divis
ii'U of some rent corn.
The North Carolina Forotrv Socie
ty was orgmvzed
week. Statements were read showing
that forest products of eastern coun
ties give aggregate annual income oi
O.'er twelve miiliop elollais.
The Supreme Court devet-. s this
week to the healing of appeals i:om
tlu 5th. Only one or two of the dis
trict dockets are now heavy. As a
general thing there are now about
200 appeals heard at every term of
Sim Wright, t tie negro under ar
rest lor the killing of W. A Carr near
Goldsboro three weeks ago, and
tried lor melrder in the Superior
Court last week was coiuicted anel
sentenced so be hanged November
It is estimated that 30,000 people
visited the State I "air at Raleigh last
week. It is reported that Stewart
Pros, will lring suit against Auditor
Ayer, Secretary ot State Thompson
and possibly Treasurer Woith", for al
leged malfeasance in office.
The board also decided to plaex
the penitential y absolutely in charge
of the Kxeculive Committee, compos
ed of Directors Chadbourn, Martin
and Gotten, thus taking the control
entirely out of Superintendent
It was decided that the penitenti
ary should not be leased, as the ger -eral
sentiment in the State is strongly
against leasing. Chairman Docket y
says an excellent showing is made by
Superintendent Smith, as to farming
operations and that after paying the
debts, there will be $J5.ooo surplus.
Heavy ram Friday morning pre
vented any racing at the State Fair,
and also made the attendance very
small. It was the - last day, and with
fine weather the attendance would
have been very large. Financially
the fair was not a success. In all oth
er respects it was one, save as to the
exhibit of cattle.
Like liiliousiioss. lyspt'iisia. lu:td;u'lie, eont.
Iation. sour stomach, iiuiit-stion art- inini.tly
"iivd by Hood's rills. Tlu-y do t'n'ir work
easily and thoroughly.
ISest after dinner j-ills.
25 cents. All druujiists.
Prepared hy ('. I. Hood & Co.. Lowell. Mass.
The onlv phi to take with Hood"j Sarsaparilt'.
Rain continues and so much has
fallen that the streams are now at
their normal height for the first time
in several months.
The Populists want to know
whether Secretary of State Thomp
son, and Auditor Aver are PuO r or
anti Puller lVpuiists. Neiih- r of
them at tenik d the conference ot the
Putler men or the anti Putier men
last week. Thom,.sn has for s me
weeks been put e!ow n on ihe lit as
an uncertain quantity.
The minority populist at their con
fere nee Thursday nigl.t at whnh
Congressman Hairy Skinmr vu-.s die
master spirit, decided to call on ail
Populists who stand by the Ocala
platform to affiliate with him. Sever
al speech s were made, and Senator
Put'er's loss o( strength was com
mented on by Congiessman Skinner
Wiil Si lir p V
In reply to a correspondent asking
Mr. Speer about his Oporto Grape
Juice, !. s; v- 5 nt u to
keep;.; y kngdj k.. i. iu.is l
they are kept well corked. The juice
is not likely to keep long after allow
ed to come in contact with atmos
phere over 40 degrees temperature.
It is excellent for invalids.
Alex Gihnore, colored, a notorious
Cumbei land county outlaw, who was
captured at Jacksonville was taken
to Fayetteviile Friday. Fcuty shot
are in his body. lie has commit it el
no less than four murders.
He was outlawed and eh li-. el arrest,
declaring he would never be taken
alive. A large re waul was offered
by Cumbeilar.d county for his cap
ture. A sensation was caused on the
Fair Grounds at Rihigh, Friday bv
a number of fakirs making sp' echts
from their ticket stain's vigorously
denouncing Rev. Dr. A. Simms, oi
die Paotist Tabernacle. Dr. Simms
used Irs inlluenev against the Fair
because Set re-arvJNicln Is wei t be'ore
the Aldermen askmg them to lake
the restrictions oft the saloons for the
h V-v-oV .r-.'.i ;- tv:.-:
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liTid ii,e.i,.!!i-. - fir v.
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vvreek"d i. :' :, i.- .-t..'.-T. st :'.
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hi'o serious (.'ic 1: ..: '.'. e s ! -
c::!'' a i: ovirr -i. ,::n :.r lit---' ' -t
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of h.i:;v wiiVh.i'i'l iu i t:':!':-- .!.'.
Any ..(::! .: -w.'i ! :,i-- 1 : 'i ; .: dt lie it
cotnt,! lie,;, :;ec-.'.s t i'.e !!-;:'.!.: vi-.-.j power
of i)r levr.'- 's S-'ave ;. i r- :i
lu-a! -s and v.n t::e wov-iiit.iy '
stops v.'ca'.:'. iliait!--: iriv-s vit ditv to
the ut rvc-feiii.c-, ; i.'-i'i!'- )t l icet .r
cranic soundness and t'ov.si itiii ni.il euevry.
It is t'.i:' only iiv-dicine !. .is.--i t'"V this p-.-.r-por-e
l)y a skilled and . ::y rieiieeil -pcciali.- t
in diseases of the f.-uiiuiue ;;v:.ie.i.n.
Mrs. V. I!. !.i:!e.:n. of Arliii.'t.i:!. Mo.. vritr :
"I have iisci voai ' l';e.'i;rile 1 i - vi ; i! : -n ' :.w
nm never tired o. -min i',:: j i' ;...,.--. :-.) my
lady trie:' Is cot. . 1 s :y Way il-urt yois i li.e
Or. Pierce's I-.o.onrc l". e ci; .1 io:i ' ' I toM an
anxious moth -. wii ;( d oihier year, eld)
had not been i !.:!.. ',r i::o-;;l -. :;!;, r.i !l:j
ineiiiciae. ;u;d ai.er th" yo:;:e.; l.r.'.v !:.'.. i t.i'i.cii
two-thiriN o! a ivtlle ,,r ('.!. ori.e l-r.cripti.-!! '
she was all ri :iit. Shv l;.:.l 1 e. n -atcd i,y t v.-o
ot our be,! i' k'I'
Dr. Fierce 's -;vc:i th":-V!r,d pr'.rre illus
trated l.Kio';. "Toe IVo;. ':,.' Conmiosi Sense
Medical .'ehi; 1 1 '' s- ot p tper-botiMd on
receipt of 2'. one-cent st.ar.ps to pay t'.ie
cost of mailing' o .). ( r. a handsome
cloth hound c.'.-.y for st -Address,
Dr. R. Y. Fierce, Lui..! .., X. Y.
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con. Ch iUaiiix.-,a, N;,sh .Mt-nijdiis
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tile So itil.
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Fasy ehnirs, razors kvei:,
Scissors siiarp, linen 'deati.
For a slui . , , ja a d.iai;--
Only a ni ! ', to -i.-t a s!;ine;
SJi.impoo or hair ':ut I'onipadour
V0.1 pay tliesut.: -f twenty cents more.
" Castoria Jsso well adapted tochiUlren that
I recommend it us superior to any prescript Sou
knowu to me." II. A. Archer, M.
Ill So. OxfojJ. St.- Brooklyn, X. Y.
"Tho use of 'Castoria is so universal and
its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supi Teroat ion to endorse it. Few are tho
intelligent families who do Hot keep Castoria
witliiu easy reach."
CARIES 3IABTYN, D. D.,
New York City.
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oxci-: si-:f.m will always be Ri-iMiCMiii-iRi-;!) as oi-' oi
r:n: most complktk micciiaxical dkvicls oi- the day
CALL AM) SFJ-; OXE. IT
v ilsox, X. C, St'it. 24, '97. j Wii. son, N. C, Sejt. 21.
Dt'AK Sik I)i:.k Sir Vour -nt-ral au-nt, (Mr.
I nave- l.ecti u-m- a "Hiick." for I Jor.es). sold me a "i'.lirkt r.sdei b r"
sonic time am! can heartily reeom- j some time a-o ami 1 am very much
mend it to any one who needs a writ-! dea-ei! wii li it. It does every 1 hm-thai
in- machine. Yours truly, : a $m machine can do and'only . ,sts
Jno. R. MaoKK, City Clerk. ; 535. You can refer to im- for a n com-
i mendatiou. "cnl-: truly,
Wilson, X. C , Sept. 20, '97. j J. I Hakmn, C.'s. C.
I ) 1-" a k Sir I am deli-hted wilhiny! ...
' Iilick" and woiml not exchange it; U il.sox. N. ( .. S-pt 2X, j7.
tor any ioo machine on the market. , . AK I liave ' Iu' ' 1 llia
Yours truly, Cannes. It is all your aent claims hn
1'. 15. Dkans, Mayor. iL Voiirs t! l:!
3 I F. S. Davis.
On exhibition at the WILSON BOOK STORb.
NASH STREET OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.
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CastorK cures Colic, Constipaiion,
Sour Stomach, Dian h.ea, Knic tatioii,
Kills Worms, gives bleep, and promotes di
pt st ion,
Without injurious medication.
"For several yonn I have reoomnie-.idd
'e'astori' and shall always coiitinno to do
so, as it has invariably produced beneficial
Fdin F. r.viiriEr., M. P..
l-r.th Street and 7th Ave., New York Citj.
Compaxy, 77 Mlrray Street, New York City.
in need of anything i;i our line
IS NO TROUHLM TO SL'oW.
I No. 11. : No.
Daily. : D.,ilv. '' :' ,'! '
1 . Daily.
fl :5 pm "7Tr'o'.
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FHE COUPER MARBLE WOKKS, t
1 f I. 1X7 us JMnJ. St.. ' 3
NORFOLK, VA. j
Larae stoc k ni ilnld,..,! la
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i t.iuj lor shipment.
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TLANTIC COACT ux-
Vii.vixmox am, vM ,lN .
AND 1 1 RA NCI IKS AM, l , ,,,
Sept. ?nl. l.V
, V M. I'. M. i.
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da : Kit i -: - - ' -
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i.v I'lorcncc s 45
I.v Fayeitevillo 11 :.o "' ',
I.v Selmi; ! 1 in
Ar Wilson I J i.' ,.,'j;
hv Mairn I ia
I. Wilso,i. .... j 1 4-.'
Ar Koeky Mt...1 .'1-i
A r Tarltoro p.-
I.v Itoekv Mt T.
Ar Weldon .... :i :;
1 ! l:.T.
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4 Daily except Mondiiv. JDaii c
train on Scot land Neck 1. ram Ii . ,
Welci.m 4:11 p m. lialilav 4:'JS p m: :,, ,
ian.l Neck at 5:'Jn. (i rceiiv ille i',:57 p .
7 :." p m. lo t iiriiiiie' lea es K it;,:.--ii
i ecn ille S:5 ! a iii. arri i iil' at II;,.
a m. el.ioii 1 J:.i:i a m. d;iil cm . j t s
Trains on Washington I.Viu-h i.-a
iie.'toM ,s:-,M a m. and :i::ili p m, ai 1 1 c
M;l la m, and 5.1il p in. ret inuim; I. ;i ,
!e '.' : a iii and ii::i I p m. si i t i c V,,. ,
II I l in and 7::.';' p in. daily except ., i
Train leaves Tarhoro 1 . t i I 5.:ji . i,
1'lymoiitli 7:ii) p m. ;(-) nniiny ir i
mow i a ,:.i i a m. a rri es I arlioro In i ;, ::
Train on Miilland N.C liianeli ,-a '-",',. u
'urn d.n'iy except Sunday 7.1.1 a in. ,,
Smit !i!;cld s.:!d a in. ltd urnimr lca - m,
neid '.'.ii-1 a m, arri es at (ioidstioro In :, IM
Trains on Nashville loaii.-li lea'..' i;.., u
Mount al ::! p in. an ixe Na-laioc :. 5 p n,
Spring Hope 5:"(l p m. Ict urn in;: ,- - -mii'
Hope smo a m. Nashville s::i5 a in. aire..- u
I! eky Mount !):( 5 a in. daily except sin , ,v
Train on i'lintou luaneli ' lea '.n,m i,,,
Clinion d lily except Sunday. 11:15 a m m.l
la p in. h'ct iii i.in leaves 'liiiton ai "...';iin
and :i: 0 p m.
Train No. 7S makes close connect im: ;, v,
Ion lor a I! points north dailv. all ini Ul
if ieimoiid. Also at !(oci; Moioi ni,,lt
!o!k and arolina rail road lor Niunm, ;Ui,
all points north x ia Ndrl-.H.
M. M KMKIISON. Crn'l .,, .e, .,
I h. KMNi.V. (len'l Manager.
T. M. ri.M KUSuN Trailie Maiiaum
Cipa Fear and Yadkin Vails Rj!
I o 1 1 n ("i ! 1. 1., Kecciver.
iffict Orlnbi'i- 10. im;.
No 2 DAI i.v.
Am vc l 'a yettex ilie
Leav e !"aellex ille
i.r.'i.f I'ax i tex il K- J unction .
An i e ' it'eenshoio
ht'i! vc- ( i reetisl a n o
Lea'.'.- :- h.kcti.de
Ai i i. e ;din t ( . e ,
Leave U'ainut Cuve ,
Arrive Mt. Airv
. II j i
. . I 1 .'S
sot; rn lolnd.
Nil I DAILV.
Lea e Ml. Airv
I.eaxe Rutal Hall
Leav e VV'alnut i o e
Xasix'e t . 1 1 etisl loro
Leave Cil'relishi r
Arrive l'ayeiu ville jtitu lion.
Arrive ! ayeltex ille.
Leave I "ax elte ille
No 4 DAILV
Leave- Lemieltsx ille
n ix e Max Ion
Leave .Max Ion
Leave Red Springs
Leave Hope Mi ls
s h; th nui'M).
No 3 da i i.v
! .eave !"aa Ueville
Leave 1 hue Alills
I .eave Red Springs
Leave M ixton
An ix e Ilennettsx ille
I'M. I "
ii 1.0 "
i i S5 "
IJ 15 i-ll)
p. 1 )
1 i" I' 111
north r.oi n
No l6.Mi;i) DAILY except Sum! i
Leave Iiamsm r ' : 1
Leave Climax; v .',
An ive- ( ireens'ioro
Leave ii eetislioro -
Lea'e Stokesd.de 1 : 1 ,
t l ix e Madison n '
No 15 mixkd Haily except Surel.tx
Lo, 1 x 1 . ,1, ; isiiii 1 p
i.vave Stokesdale . :-
rrive ireenslioi o .... j. : '
Leave ( 'il eellshoi o '
Leax e Clini.i . . ; -
t'l ! e K'aniseur 1
y )N N i'. I ln.
: t l ";i yi ' D ille vilh A 1 la id e ' 1
Lino, ;il M a ion wii h Ca 1 o! 11:. 1 '
Kadi 11 id, a I Red Sprin . s x 1: h '
'spniis .-.nil I'.o-.v mot ' ' a;
ianhird n ill, the Si-ahoard "
'd iid! w 111 the I hirhani mid 1
R a i ! 1 nd , at irecn.sLoi'o il h
Railway Company, at Waltr : ' '
villi Ihe N'orlolk Wesh-rn I
!- A I'R V, W. L ! '
e;i'l M in.i"er. ( '.en' l'a-
1 vciir old
2 voiirs old
I) vcars o d
4 venrs old
ut: iiavi: a i i n i:
LOT OF STANDARD I'.RLD 1 : 1
From one lo four years o't' ' ;
:rol;e and fresh. Also a few h. :' ''
ersey Calves. I'or full parti' 1 -!
Fair View Dairy,
W. T. FARMKK. ' i''
VANn-D.A i-ellial.'e I-.-'-iientlenian
to distrihute satnph - "
niakir a lionse-to-liotise convass i-.t : r
kr table Toilet Soaps iiotn
month easily made. Aildress Ci. :; -S-'
lt-''- 's42 to S5,, Austin Axeiai'.