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tive committees shall forthwith call!
If we know all the methods of ap-t
conventions.; of thair. respective
nroneh adopted by an enemy Are are , uCe to ud d eXs to said
better enabled to ward off the an-, ) etSnrattoS.
cer and po.stpoue the moment when Tl e ,85r,cl conventions.
to said no-
Htirrender becomes inevitable. In
many instances the inherent btrenf?th
of t lie body Hiinice to enable it to
opose the tendency toward death.
Many, however, have lost these for
ctohUch an extent that there is
little or no help. In other caseu ix
little, aid to th weakened Lungs
will make all the difference between
midden death and many year of
useful life, upon the nrst yuip-
tom of a C tuc. C'oldor anvtroubl
of the Throat or Lung, give that
1. The State Convention shall be
composed of delegates appointed by
the . several county conventions.
Each county shall be entitled to elect
one delegate and one alternate tor
everv one hundred anil fifty Demo
cratic votes, and one delegate for
fractions fover seventv-five Demo
cratic votes cast therein at the last
preceding gubernatorial election;
e and none but delegates or alternates
t ! ho elected shall be entitled to seats
r- v,;.rlnn shall
Yt .ifh All!:ia." sweei
;V" r Hi- !! fr-
old and well-known remedy Bosch
eeV German Svrup. a careful trial.
It will prove what thousands say of
it to be, the benefactor or any
Plan of Organization of the Democratic
l'nrtr of North Carolina.,
Dkm. ('kxtrai. Bx. Com.,
:ali;ijh, X. ('., Ft b. 1S.S
The following is the plan of organ
in said convention: .Provided, That
every county shall have at least one
vote in said convention.
I i. oucn ueiegaies tor auenmir
of absent delegates) as may be pres
ent at any Democratic convention
shall be allowed to cast the whole
vote to which their township or
county may be entitled.
2. If no delegateoralternate snail
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ym UoxtgTK Ct)l.! iroarwiPM. Cropk Asthma,
bronchitis, Vlixl'V:JJ CiKieli, lnriicut Otinrp-
) tvv.tw in fcU'-ancefl ttaiges cf
tiv Ui --. lTU-e m eta. Cat-
ti. The Genniuo Dr. JiuH'a
C'mjh i'.-jrut Li jo Ut only iu
trkife trranem, mr;J bcara o:r
ArJ-iiS -Jitdl dt A. C. Mwr fr Co.. S5!
, rrop', Baltinioi-e, MU V. S. A-
VV'-i, J n h-tnil 1 1-ji.io-i.arkst to ;
OA I LflOAl
. & 4n?tiNta It. It, (V $
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
Dated Feb.6th, 1888. iNo. 23.
attend a State convention from any
ount v any person appointed iy tne
President "of the conniy convention.
--all in- J
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r it l"t won,ro,lH days!
v -:. im! mirnrW. t he keyn
TS.if 'ti'-r- lii it nlwv dlMigre
i f i.i-:iu:v i.i ineir rspe-iive
aly agree n.i me mri j
tiie t-r'Hin. ami eoHi. i
lratiou heretofore adopteI bv
m. Va d a a. .
?laie ieiuocraiie. .iiiiimiee ior nr tl i,ia rniiiira hv lt Sw-rPtArv.
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uie guionn. e oi .ur ii.in. niav represent the countv.
TOW..smi oiuja.mzatiox. t ;. in all conventions provided for
1. The unit f to:mt organization by this system, after a vote is cast
shall be the township. In each there shall be no change in said vote
township there f-liali l-an executive until the tinal result of the ballot
committee, to consist or live Demo-I snail i announcea uv me cuairman
! crats, who shall be elected bv the of said convention.
! Democratic voters of the several 4. All Democratic executive com
townsdiip in meeting called bv the ' mittees shall have the power to till
county executive committee. And ! any vacancy occurring in their re
iitl committee s elected shall elect ! spective bolies.
'one of its meiuber as chairman, That the chairmen of the dif-
who shall preide at all committee I ferent county conventions shall cer-meetin-rs.
; tiiv the list of delegates and alter-
t 2. The several township executive nates to tlie dillerent uisrncr anu
committees shall convene at the! -tate conventions, and a certified
. : ..r .. : Mt f until iluliiirntau ntiil 11 1 fprnn
I lie 1 1 Iii; ! l lilt" rriiii vuiii run- " i-ci ,41 v . .
ventions, or at any time and place to the State convention shall be
rlmt a uiaioriiA- of them niav elecr. ! Mnt to the Secretary of the State
riew Lanse'i Plna-The creat Tobacco Ad
!dte! PriK 1 0 Cta. Sold hy ail Dnicslsta.
oct l eod d & vr ly t
NO. 27. NO. 15.
P. M. P. M
10 10 t 2 40
12 41 S 3?
A. M. P. M.
. ...... t 6 40
Na 52. NO. 56.
A. M. P. M.
t 9 40: " 8 27
10 45 9 55
ttoirltt" lflUicxili equal tllllt
.-i.tfii! ainl plea-am reme,l v, ir.
. ioi:g!i yrup.
?i..i:iuik-v reiich takes its name
fr. u tl:itrU" .'UMifKJt ' iinruiur,
.i... rrf hnl only ?..uuu ior ins m-
tri t ami K iuv living at Urooklvn
inaMujll eottaire bought itli the
j ncwhM thi sale.
oUrlo' Malc Stone.
Thhvilrhone or magic stone
UMvf.mnl in Colomdo has the
rrk.uiruD4rtv of changing from
th:; whiteness to terfect transpar
tuvuu!r ater; hence it is pur
mr to ue it iu rings, lockets and
and shall elect a county
committee, to roiiMst
than tive members, one
shall be designated as
onrr$ pleasure, tuougu
vvurvly from prying eyes.
who shall preside at all ol said com
& In cae there'hall be a failure
on the part of any township to elect
itsexeeutive committee for the period
of thirty tluys, the county executive
comiiiittee shall apMint said cjiu
mittee from the Democratic voters
of said township.
4. The members of the township
committees shall elect to any va
cancy occurring in said committees.
.5. The county executive commit
tee shall call all irecesary county,
conventions by giving at least ten
(lays notice bv public advertisement
in three public places iu each town
ship, at the court house door, and
in any Democratic newspaper that
nits of the
For the committee:
R. II. Battlk, Chm'n.
D. C. Bkckwith, Sect'y.
..thrr sentimental souvenirs, to mask
afiMer,lurkDfluirorphotogniph,Iuav pushed j,, .
hirh ran be lu&de visible ut tne rpqWsting all Democ
county to meet in convention in
their resecti ve to n.-hips on a com
mon dav therein stated, which said
dav shall not be less than three davs
; before the mVetimr of the county
convention, for the purpose of elect-
CaaiUoa barely Corvtl
To thk ErrroR Please inform
your reatfer' that 1 have a positive
rrtunly for the above named disease.
Hi it timely use thousands of hope
l rx-es have Wen permanently
rjfvd. I shall W lftd to semi two
Utile of my reiuetly kiikk to any
of your reailVrs who have coiiMimp
ti. Q if t her will send ine their ex-
. - . I . . . .nr. t t v.
1 rr- nun iom ouice auuress. ues-
eftrully. T. A. SLOCLM, M.C., 181
rul ?t., .ew 1 ork.
A rrohlbltio Bride Wanted.
Here was a small riot in Bolton
rently. because a marriage, which
Kid been anticipated with much in
terest, lid not come off. The bride
rnm. a well known tradesman,
ho ban anient advocate of tem-l-nnct
principles, went to the
tridV house before proceeding to
theehurch, and, placing a pledge
eanl before her. Insisted on her at
nee :ning it. She refused, where
cpun he announceil that there
nuM be no wedding. The clergy
fceo i and a nnuiber of friends were
the church; but the parties did
m appear, and when the cause
traii.ired a number of omen as
nxbWl outride of the bridegroom's
Rouse and pelted him with rotten
v and other pleasant missiles,
fl tiuch resentment was iuani
e,j that he found It expedient to
r home for a time. London
Adtlca to Mothers.
Mils. J'rssLow'sSooTinxo Syiiup
always be used when children
ramn- teeth. It relievestlie lit-
rlf"4tr?r at once; lt produces nat
m i !lni0it 'p by relieving the
I? 4 frw Nn, and the little cher
ajaU as "bright as button." It
tlle7 -frant to taste. It soothes
softens the gums, allays
rwn, relieves wind, regulates the
N J the best known reme-
TweJrtv,rlhin? r the3P
J!Te ct a bottle.
t ZrT Poison conveyed by human
tUr u,leor the m0Jit annoying
Physician ever has to deal
"A hrtWntes I)r A- c- Robinson.
W,;ten ear or nose is months in
"L ti , .
cs- T .. r,c a more imponani
yf nu uiMiuiiiriii.
at tent ion
fun' I kj; on iii.u
tfWi k lly itfld to simple
. . 1 nave umloe itv t
tfll!LiD IUOst complicated cases
ti-L ih l'ning. in which the pa
lS?lhul "K'itly abraidel the
wSn-tK lcour of a fight by
thf- kn"ckls against the
kM tK onnonent. I have known
froiuar,,. !oisoned only savel
t!l thi tatl0n b the application
C rjr5.apo science. To
the or derangement
t,.;mfch froni lnanv other
Pwso.H"a' krl" "for the
Utu ... . uuu,lu' oftheteeth.and
ing their delegates to the county
.conventions. Thereupon the con
ventions so hehl shall eject their
delegates to represent the town
ships in the county conventions
from the voters of the respective
townships'; which delegates, or such
of them as shall attend, shall vote
the full Democratic strength of
their respentive townships on all
questions that may come before the
said county conventions. Iu case
noconvention shall be hehl in anv
township in pursuance of said call,
or no election shall .be made, the
township executive committee shall
appoint such delegates.
G. Each township shall be entitled
to cast in the county convention
one vote for every twenty-five
Democratic votes, and one vote for
fractions of fifteen Democratic votes
cast bv that township at the last
proceding gubernatorial election:
Irvvidcd, That every township shall
be entitled to cast at least one vote,
and each township may send as
many delegates as it may see lit.
7. In cast's where townships con
sist ot "more than one ward or pre
cinct, each of said wards or precincts
shall le entitled to semi delegates
to county conventions, and shall
cast, its proportionate part of its
township s vote, based upon the last
preceding vote for tiovernor in said
8. The chairmen of township
committees shall preside at all town
ship conventions. In their absence
any other member of said committee
I). In wises where all the town
ship executive committees are re
quired to meet for the purpose of
electing county executive commit
tees said meetings shall be deemed
to have a quorum when a majority
of such townshipsshall be represet
ed iu said meeting.
COUNTY A.M) DISTRICT CONVKXTIONS.
1. The several county conven
tions shall be entitled to elect to
their Senatorial. Judicial and Con
gressional Conventions, onedelegate
and one alternate for every tiftv
Democratic votes, and one delegate
for fractions over twenty five Dem
ocratic votes cast at the last pro
ceeding gubernatorial election iu
their respective counties, and none
but delegates or alternates so elect
ed shall be entitled to seats in Baid
convention: i'rovtdcd. That everv
county shall have at least one vote
in each of said conventions.
2. The chairman, or in his ab
scence any member of the county,
senatorial judicial and congressional
committee, shall call to order their
respective, conventions, and hold
the chairmanship thereof until the
convention shall elect its chairman.
3. The executive committee of
the senatorial, congressional and
judicial tlistricts, respectively, shall
ith ... ;re,artd tosay thata iuan!al tne cal1 of tneir respective chair-
Iui.jujIj '""in mill a Clean, sweet' luril iueei ai some nine uuu piu.ee
t I ran OU,,.! COnvy the poison, i ln their respective districts, design
nev lit lk of the fre-' ftted in said call. And it shall te
l eultv , c,ajtH of case ami the their duty to appoint the time and
nylVtnding them success- place for holding conventions in
-aicoo A'etr. . their respective districts: and the
chairman of said respective commit
fucVy notify the
ment, and the aid county execu
i - itf
n 1. a v llliUTi Tf VI V 1 r-f-" Ik I 1 II I I IIIIlTliUl I II T II llfUIIV I III
wnvv - a avr liii t l iiur - - - - int4v viiii w aa a- a a w a
,.DOoka-nd school tatio. chninnen of the dlffei
. in o n tt a r r-w . a
The Committee to the Party.
Raleigh, N. C, Feb. th, 88.
To the Democratic, Party in Xorth
At a meeting of the Democratic
State Kxecutive Committee held in
this citv, on the 23d of February, in
stant, it was resolved that the Dem
ocratic State Convention be held in
the citv of Raleigh on Thursday, the
JjOth dav of May, 1888.
The said Convention will be held
for the nomination of candidates for
theoffices of Governor, Lieutenant
(lovernor. Secretary of State, Audi
tor. Treasurer, Superintendent o
three Justices of the Supreme Uourt
one for the vacanev now tilled by
appointment of the tiovernor, and
two to take their seats ln case the
number ofJusticesshall be increased
bv the vote of the people and of
two Klectors for the State at large,
mid for the election of Delegates
and alternate Delegatesto the Dem
ocratic National Convention to be
held in the city of St. Louis on the
rth dav of June next. Also, for the
-ulontion of a nlatform of nrincinles
and the transaction of such other
business as may come before it.
It vill be observed that the State
Convention-is to be held earlier this
year than usual. This was necessary
in order that the delegates to the
.National Convention, to be held
the week after, may be selected.
The National Convention is called
earlier than usual in order that the
party may be better organized and
u more thorough campaign made
in behalf of its nominess and its
great 'principles. The same advan
tage attends the earlier meeting of
our State Convention and nomation
of its candidates.
The State committee respectfully
urire unon the countv committees
throughout the State to take early
action for the call of their county
conventions, in accordance with the
plan of organization which is publish
ed - it h this aiddress, giving full no
tice of meetings in the different
townships, so that vrimarics niav be
fairlv heldand fully attended. Thus
the fairness of all nominations and
other business done mus be univer
sallv conceded. It is obviously im
nortant that everv county shall be
represented in the State Convention
iv one or more oi us own cui.eus,
but if for any reason one cannot at
tend, provision has been made for
the representation of the county by
any person appointed oy the cnalr
man of the county convention, or in
case his failure to appoint, by one
appointed by its secretary. For
purposes of efficient organizatipn it
is desirable that all vacancies in the
different committees be filled at
once by active end zealous men.
At the recent meeting of the State
committee it was made my duty to
call special attention of the chair
men of county and Congressional
executive committees to the necessi
ty of immediate steps to provide for
the election of delegates to the Na
tional Convention from the different
tlistricts. If it shall seem impracti
cable to call conventions to meet in
some of the districts for this pur
pose, it is suggested that the end
may be effected by authorizing del
egates to the State Convention from
such districts to meet iu Raleigh on
or about the 30th of Mav in district
conventions and elect delegates to
represent the districts at St. Louis
We have reasons to know that
our adversaries will make desperate
efforts this year to restore the State
to Radical rule with all its' attend
ant evils. lt true men and good
democrats attend the conventions
of our party, resolved to present for
the suffrages of the people men of
character, integrity and recognized
'filne for thqffices to which they
are nominated, and only sncn, aim
the continued supremacy of the
white race, which is synonymous in
North. Carolina with the supremacy
of the Democratic party, will be. as
sured for auother term of years'.
For the committee.
R. H. Battlk, Ohiu'u.
B. C. Beckwitii, 8ecTy.
School shoes for children, best in
the city, at Geo. JL French L Sons.!
The following quojatlona represent Whole
sale prices generally. In making up small or
ders nlguer prices nave to be charged.
BAGGING Z T "
Gunny 7 ,v S
Standard 8 (a 8
BACON North Carolina. - I
IIams.. 14 ; 15
Shoulders lb 8 8
sides, w n . . . ; iu (s h 11
WESTERN SMOKED f?.
Hams, - lb 13)tf ; 15
. Sides, lb .10 10
snouuiers, y n ... 1)4(9 . IX
sides, wib 8 r 9
Shou iders, lb 6i . 6X
BAKKE1.S spirits Turpenune.
Second Hand, each. 1 40
New. New York, each...... 0 00
New, City, each . ... . 1 65
BEKS WAX, -tf lb. . . , 30
No. S3 runs through from I Charleston via
Central R. K. I .
Leaving Lanes 8:34 A. M., MannlngftOd A. M
Sundays No. 54 leaves Charleston 850 A. Mv
Lanes? i(h28 A. M., Manning 11:10 A. M., Sumter.
11:48 A. M., arrlveColumbla 1:10 P. M.t
jno. so runs tnrousrh from Charleston via
Central R. R., Leaving Lanes 7:13 P. M., Manning-
7:52 P, M. -
Tram on c. & D. R. R. connects at Florence
with No. 59.
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
Carolina Central ErJlroad
- Companv; :
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
iNo. 7&lNa 57.
11 iA, tF AKf a
BRICKS, Wilmington, M.... 6 00
BUTTER. ? lb-
North Carolina 15
Northern Factory.. .. 11
Dairy, Cream 13
CORN M EAL, J bush. In sacks. 00
Virginia Meal ... 00
COTTON TIES, bundle 1 25
sheeting, 4-4, y yard..
EGGS. i$ doz
Mackerel. No. 1, bbi.
Mackerel, No. 1, J half bbl
Mackerel, no. 2, DDI......
Mackerel, No. 2, half bbl...
Mackerel, No. 3, bbl
Mullets, t? bbl....
N. C. Roe Herring, keg...
Dry Cod, ? lb
FLOUR, y bbl
Western, low grade
City Mills Super
GRAIN, V busheL
Corn, fm store, bags, white
Corn, cargo, ln bulk, white.
. Corn, cargo, ln bags, white.
Corn, mixed, from store
Oats, from store. v. .
Cow Peas....,., ..; ;..
HIDES, y lb ' t-
HAY, y 100 lbs
Eastern Western ,
HOOP IRON, y lb 2
LARD, y lb . .
LIME, y barrel
LUMBER. City Sawed, y M ft
Ship Stuff, resawed 18 00
Rough Edge Plank 15 00
West India Cargles, accord
ing to quality......... -....13 00
Dressed Flooring, seasoned. 18 00
scantling and Board, com'n.14 00
MOLASSES, y gallon .
New Crop, in nncis.
Porto Rico, ln hhds
Sugar nouse, ln hhds. .
" " lnbols....
SvruD. ln bbls....
NAILS, y Keg, Cut, lOd basin.. 2 40 2 50
Leave Sumter. .
Arrive . Wilmington. .
1 52 t 8 22
1 20 9 40 .
M. A. M.
4 S! T 10 30
5 22! 11 11
8 35 i 2 10;
M. I P. M.
($ 4 50
Dally. t Dally except Sunday.
No. 53 runs throuerh to Charleston. S. c. via
Central R. It, arriving Manning 750 P. M..
Lanes s:02 P. M., Charleston 9:45 P. M.
No. 57 runs throusrh to Charleston via Cen
tral R. R.. arriving Manning 8:48 A. M.. Lanes
9:33 A. M., Charleston 11:80 A. M.
NO. 66 connects at Florence with C. andD.
train far Cheraw and Wadesboro.
os. 78 and 14 make close connection at Wil
mington with W. & W. R. R. for all points
JOHN F. DIVINE.
J. R. KENLY, Supt. Transportation.
T. M. EMERSON, General Passenger Agent,
feb 10 .
TltlBTABLE NO. 3
Palmetto Railroad Co.
1 1 li
& 0 00
iVN AND AFTER FRIDAY, DEC. t6, 1887,
Trains will run as follows, dally except Sun
No l Passenger and Freight.
ieave Hamlet. N. C 8.20 A. M.
Arrive at Cheraw, S. C. 9.30 A. M.
No. 2 Passenger and Freight:
JLcav Cheraw. S. C 4.25 P. M.
! Arrive at Kamlet, N. C 5.35 P. M.
declBtf WM. MONCURE, Sup't.
Wilmington dtWeldon R, R
, - Na 1. 1 No. 3. NoTSTlT
Jan.l,18S8. : dally ex. dally ex. Trl
Sunday, jSunday. Weekly.
Leave Wilmington 6 40 pml 7 CO am
Ar. iLaurlnburg,.. 12 23 am' ' : & ft pm
:-v- . - ' tJNa7.
Lv-iLaurinbuiy.;, 12 33am t. 5 OOjam
Leave Hamlet..... 2:03am 7 Ooam
Arrive Charlotte.. 7 00 am ' a 00 pm
Leave Charlotte... , 8 45 am
Leave Llncolnton. 5 . 11 09'am
Leave. Shelby .. 12 54 pmf ,
Ar. Rutherfordton . i 3 00 pm
EASTBOUND TRAINS f
:'. , ! No. 8. , No, 4, 1N0S84"6
' Jan. 1. 1888. dally ex dally ex. Ttl- ,
M'"- i,-,- - Sunday. Sunday. Weekly.
Lv. iRuthcrfordton - j 8 40 am , " "
Leave Shelby. ... .. QO 52 am i
Leave Llncolnton. 13 45 pm
Arrive Charlotte.. . 3 00pm '
Leave Charlotte... 8 00 pm : - 7 05 am
Leave H amlet ..... 125am- " v 2 30 pm
Arrive Laurlnburg 2 17 am -1 4 00 pm
' ' . " i v Na 6.
Leave Laurlnburg. 2 27 am - li 45 am
Arrive Wlimlngt'n .8 25 am 4 25 pm
Trains No. 1 and 2 make close connection at
Hamlet with Trains to and from Raleigh.
Through Sleeping Cars between Wilmington
and Charlotte and Charlotte and Raleigh.
Take Train No. l for Statesvllle and stations
on W. N. C. K. li. and points West. Also, for
Spartanburg, Greenville, Athens, Atlanta and
all points Southwest. Also, for Asheylllevhi
Local Freight Ncs. 5 and 6 trl-weekly be
tween Wilmington and Laurlnburg. , ,
Local Freight Nos: 7 and 8 dally between.
Laurlnburg and Charlotte. ,' ,
Nos. 5. ,7, 8, lake passengers. i?v:.- ;
Jz. C. .IONRS- Simr1ntAnflfnt.
F. W. CLARK, Genl Passenger Anr.
Jan 5 . ,
Fenilizers, Pine Fibre and
j Pine Fibr6 Matting ;
Kerosene. 9 14
Lard 16 1 45-
Llnseed.'. 90 1 00
Rosin 15 16
Tar 00 30
Deck and Spar 00 22
Chickens, live rown ... 20 25
Spring 10 0
Turke-s 95 100
PEANUTS, y bushel, 22 lb 60 90
POTATOES, y bushel
sweet.... 35 60
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
NO. .27, NO. 15
Dated Jan. 8, 1888. No. 23, F'tMall dally ex
dally. dally. Sunday.
Leave Weldon. j 2 05 pm 5 43 pm 6 00 am
At. Rocky Mount. 3 17 pm 7 15 am
Arrive "Tarbbro.... 14 50 pml 1
Leave Tarboro 10 50 am .....j
Arrive Wilsbn.. . . 3 53 pmf 7J0O pm 748am
Leave "Wilson..... 4 10pm....
Arrive Selma 5 19 pm
Arrive FayettevTe 7 45pm. . ....
LeaveGoldsboro.. 4 45 pm 7 40 pm 8 40 am
Leave Warsaw 5 50 pm 9 38 am
Leave Magnolia. . . 6 05 pm 8 40 pm 9 54 am
At. Wilmington. . . 7 40 pm 9 55 pm 11 35 am
rpHE REPUTATION OF OUR FERTILIZERS,
the ACME and GEM, is now established, and
the results of three years' use In the ' hands of
the best f armers of this and other States fully
attest their value as a high grade manure. '
The MATTING, made from the leaves if our
native pine, Is conceded to be equal to any
wool carpet lor comfort and durability and the
demand for ltis dallv lnrpRslno-. Tt Tins vlr
tues not found ln any other fabric.
The FIBRE or WOOL is extensively used for
upholstering purposes, and as a v rilling for
Mattresses Is almost equal to hair, being light,
elastic and nroof asrainst inmcta.'" "r ; -
Certificates from reliable parties using our
goods can be seen at our office, or will be mail
ed upon application. ; ian i tt
A BURNT CHILD D1MD3 TUB. FIEB."
UNDREDS OF MEN IN WILMINGTON
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
Irish, y bbl...
PORK, y barrel-
City ai ess
RICE Carolina, y lb
Rough, y Dusn, (upland)...
. " (Lowland)
RAGS, y lb Country
ROPE, y lb
SALT, y sack. Alum... . .,
SOAP, y lb Northern
SUGAR, P lb Standard grain..
Wblte Ex C
2 25 0 2 75
No. 14, No. 78. dally ex
dally. dally. Sunday.
Leave Wilmington 1205am 900am 3 45 pm
Leave Magnolia. . . l 21 am 10 35 am 5 28 pm
Arrive Warsaw 10 50 am 5 50 pm
Arrive Goldsboro. 2 33 am 11 50 am 652 pm
Leave Fayetterille 8 30 am
Arrive Selma..... 10 50am ; ...
Arrive Wilson. 11 59 am
Leave Wilson. 13 02anii1242;pmi 748pm
Ar. Rocky Mount. 1 18 pml 8 24 pm
Arrive Tarboro...: 4 50pm
Leave Tarboro.... j.. 10 50am .
Arrive W'eldon. ...4 4 30 ami 2 40pm 9 35 pm
UanTc they have their lives Insured. Some of
Mlpm will flip whlta lindpr thla Imntvactnti onrl
their ramilles will discover too late that it
was an illusion. -
This has hanDened in Wllmlntrton diirtncr
scssment company that commenced business
here, others will follow soon. Before It is
too late, make sure provisions for your famiiv
In a life insurance company that has stood the
lesu aunng general 10ns. : ' r . , -
xne Mutual juiie insurance company of New
JWV llfHf WUilaU AAA
the world. Its policies are lncontestlble, are
paid immediately on the receipt of proof of
death, and are liberal ln their conditions. .
Assets now over $118,000,000.00.
M. S. WILLARD, Agent,
, - 214 North Water fit.
Daily except Sunday.
Train on Scotland Neck Branch "Road leaves
Halifax for Scotland Neck at a 00 P. M. Re-
C Yellow ... .. 0 5
SHINGLES, 7 In. y M ,. 5 00 7 00
Common 2 00 2 50
- Cypress Saps... ;. 4 50 5 00
- Cypress Hearts.... ........ 0.00 (4 7 50
STAVES, y M W. O. Barrel... 8 00 14 00
R. O. Hogshead.;........... 0 00 10 00
TALLOW, y lb 5 i
TIMBER, y M feet Shipping.. 12 00 14 00
Fine Mill i.1125 13 00
Mill Prime 7 50 8 50
Mill Fair .. am 0 00
common Mill 5 00 0 00
Inferior to Ordinary 2 50 4 00
WHISKEY, y gal Northern... 1 00 2 00
North Carolina. 1 00 a 2 50
WOOL, y lb washed 28 30
Unwashep 15 . 25
Burry ;;. 10 a 15
Train leaves TarDoro, n. c.
TM?WT5Sea Wonder exist in thousands
UllljllL 01 torms, but are surpassed by the
marvels of invention. . . Those who
are ln need of profitable work that can be done
while living: at home snouid at once send their
address to Hallett & Co.. Portland. Maine, and
receive free, full Information how either sex,
or au ages, can earn from 5 to f25 per day and
upwards wnerever tney uve. xou are started
free. Capital not required. Some hare made
over $50 in a single day at this work. All suc
ceed, nor 22 emd lyw
TATTT V Ke warded are - those : who
K. I L XlLi I rea1 this and act; they
II nnf. t.ftlcf thfim tmm ttiplrhnmou
and famines. The profits are large and sure
for every Industrlrus person, many have made
Valuable Lands for Sale.
NE TRACT OF LvNO, 1.YING ONK
mile from Llncolnton. NO. consisting of ; S3
acres, 53 acres cleared; la bPBt for cotton,
bat gives good crops for all grains. Has a
branch running through It and a fine sprln? ;
a few acres of bottom lmd on the branch and
90 acres ln wood, ok a id hickory, well tlm
bered. - ' . -U
; Another tract lying is miles from LlnrOm-
ton, ml from C C it
M , 1.0 acred,' 25
n'eaiwd, floe spring of, diUcloa- water, about
ilx "icre ofioiuin laLd neurit on m r eh;
la Mo 1 tor tob ceo, bnt gro-rs ether croc
v-wp lv J t " . . ;
. rpr irlce aud term, api iy fo ' 7
- CRUNL MORKIS.j
inch. 1st! Aucfrs A Heal XLsU'.a Urakert
J!1?!10: ' and are now making several Hundred dollars
a month, it is easy ior any one to make f r
and upward per day, who la willing to work.
Either sex, young or old; capital not needed;
we start you. Everytnlng hew. No special
ablMty required; you, reader, can do t as well
as any one. Write to us at once for full par
ticulars, which we mall free. Address sttnson
& Co., Portland, Maine. ; w nov 22 dflmwir
among the wonders of Inventive proeressis
method and system of work that ci x be per
formed all over the country wlthou ; eepara"
ting the workers from their homes. Pay lib
eral; any one can do their work; either sex,
young or old; no special ability required. Cap
ital not needed; you are started free. Cut this
out and return to us and we will send you free,
something of great value and Importance 1 o
you, that will start you In business, which
will bring you ln more money right away.t ha n
anything else ln the world. - Grand inani n-rf
Address Tuck & Co., Augusta, Maine.
nov tuna lyw . .
ACCIDENT, FIRE, LIFE, MARINE, RENT
AN D TORNADO INSURANCE. , ,
SMITa & BOATWRIGHT,
-. Na 124 N. Water Ktrrt. .
mchptf : - '.. :.- TelephoneNo.73
Manly "Vljjor,' "Weakness or TjLnrt HTwonr rvr
neiiUy restored by the nse ot an cutirtiy r-.i
"ST M.MM.V rro ama rrom spam, t; . 1
h Trochees never fail. Ouriiius-tTaK-.l.&iv"" Uv 1
d testimonials, ttent eesW-Fvfrr r-iTiT.o-
Sunday 5-00 P. M., arrive Williamston, N. C,
8.10 P. M., 6.40 P. m. Keturning leaves rvii
liamston. N. C, dally except Simday, 7.40 A.
M Sunday 9.50 A. M. Arrive Tarboro. N. C.
9.45 A.M., 11.30 A. M. .
Train on Midland N. C. Branch leaves Golds
boro. N. C. dally except Sunday. 8.30 A. M.,
arrive Smithfleld, N. C, 10.00 A. M. Returning
leaves smitnneid. n. c 10.45 a. al. arrive
Goldsboro. N. C. 12.10 P. M. '
Train on Nashville Branch leaver Rocky
Mount for Nashville, 4.00 P. M., anlvesat
Nash-lUe 4.40 P. M., Spring Hope 5.15 P.M.
Keturmng leaves spring nope jo.40 a. ai.
Nashville 1LL5 A. M., Rocky Mount 1L55A,
M.. daily except Sunday.
Train on Clinton Branch leaves Warsaw for
Clinton, daily, except Sunday, at 6.00 P. M.
Returning leaves Clinton at 8. 45 A. 31., connect
ing at Warsaw witn nos. 15 and 66,
southbound Train on Wilson & Fayetteville
Branch is Na 51. Northbound is No. 50. Daily
Train a zi south wui stop only at Wilson.
uoiosDoro ana aiagnoua.
TTain no. .$ makes close connection at wei-
don lor all points North dally. All rail via
Richmond, and dally, except Sunday, via Bay
une. -.- 5
Trains make close connection for all points
North via Richmond and Washington.
AU trains run solid between Wilmington and
Yrashlngton, and have Pullman Palace sleep
JOHN F. DIVINE; Genl Supt.
J. R. KENLY, supt. Transportation.
T. AL- EMERSON. Gen'I Passenger Agent.
Jan 8 -
) A. A. iinuu A K)v.
1 ENERAL . INSURANCE
Fi KE, LIFE. M ARINE AND ACCIDENT.
- Over $:r.aw paid out for death losses for year
j 185J7, In Wilmington, N. C. -
, otnee comer North water ana Mulberry sts.,
j up stairs. : feb -tl
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