North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
i . -
fjr,,l faroH ia eternal yers
ICry rin? upon our enr.
Ih-nal to the hKies;
i h antral. read
hSVe lif IihhI trie sorer newi.
Ar ;? tones t he after yearn
V,rtrrieii to heaven
t3J ii 'rV 0 ft, tears:
'"ihwSrowi. to. an,l
i.i.. h nnter irate.
run of Organization of the Democratic of absent delegates') as mav be pres- -
rrtT of North Carolina.
Dkm. Central Kx.Com.,
KaU icK A'. C'., Vfc. 23. 1888.
The following is the plan of organ
atif i T ,
hn11 r nlirtttriwl yncf bf whole !
b- V W SvVT Vint' fw
vote.to which their township .orj
county may be entitled. , J
2. If no delegate oralternateshalU
attend a State convention from any
ization heretofore adopted by. the ounty any person appointed hy tne
State Democratic Committee for President of the conniv convention.
the guidance of the party.
1. The unit of county organization
jhall be the township. In each
town.sliip there Khali bean executive
committee, to consist of live Demo
crats, who shall be elected by the
Democratic voters of the several
township in meeting called by the
comity executive committee. And
said committee so elected shall elect
out of its members as chairman,
who shall preside at all committee
2. The several township executive
committees shall convene at the
meetings of the several county Con
or at anv time and place
Trn--. vprvwiiere i veniious.
And"1'. jty k that a majority or them may elect,
Ul l,,"f Tre hover there: ami shall elect u county executive
vJ tbf " ' ji, ,f the com- committee, to consist of not less
V,f t , . than 11 vn members, one of whom
mT.i;ihi the faraway,, 'shall be designated as chairman,
rtt:-' l lU uru Ihtrton. who shall preside at all of said com
... rhrtiM uor re.iMin run I 3. In tuise there shall be a ianure
1 Tr iiinrli I vidnca cure I've ,, the part tf any township to elect
I I'r77 wHak ankle, she Sam, itsexecutivecommitteetor the pcrioa
IiIk" "FaiH'V a wo- of thirty davs, the county executive
iru 01 oaiva committee snail appoint saui cjiu-
". 1 f..r mV
Oil at tfii
l. 11.111 1 ' "
" 1 . .1.: 1. ,.,. I I7wl k.i-nti 1
.. ti . live rents a bottle, niittee from the Democratic voters
1 - .
of s.iid tov uship.
itubiful omiiinirnt. I 4 The members of the township
f . - t 11 l
fat a progressive t commiiico suau eieci 10 any va
cancy tntcurring in saui couimitiees.
r. The county executive commit
I know I look 'tee shall call all necessary county
conventions by iriviijir at least teii
days notice by public advertisement
in throe public places in t ach town
ship, at the court house door, and
in any Democratic newspaper that
may b published in said county,
1 requesting all Democrats of the
(xmiitv- ti tnt'tr in i hi veiirimi in
1. vri rimie i,, ............ . .
Whereupon their respective to iislups on a com-
fit.?a t r ..III tii,1, il:t v tli.Tin vt. -it ) whirli
a V IU III)' iuiii . ...... '." ...v.....
hi'jii m- . ..... 1.,.,'t vr.11 !,., i...r lw. 1.. rliMii tlirM.I.ivs
-V'l.ir lifHTifl u.iriuiL.. . .
h.it th ItfurM tli iiiHetiiiir 01 the coillitv
! r : irii "' - v : . , .
convention, lor the purpose 01 eiect-
iwifull of intluenza. replies; ing their delegates to the county
. . II I . , f .. ,f ,. n.r.fntinil 'Pllurtllll ttlt Tilt' rll-
X. I .It. II T VII. I lUHiriiuwii. ..-.... .... ..w.
i. I i',i . . . . l , 1 1. . , 1 ..1 . fc
h kttkin ana one 01 my noses yenuou so nem suan cicci mt-ir
- :shins in the county conventions
Co.iomptK.n surely Currl. . from thevoters of the respective!
Tn THE rlPITOR 1 lease iniuriii lutwisnnu, m.ti ,, w. ...v...,
' .iLih.f I linvea nositive of them as shall attend, shall vote!
LmUlvfortheabovenameddisease.rthe full Democratic strength of
Krittimflr use thousands of hope- their respentive townships on all
- lOTionTix' iiiwi uiiitt i mil. mil ii iini" iiriui r i iirr
Int ok at me, ur.
. I... i.rlTH
Oh not at an
i ...... .iiii
ifn i-"' - - .
,, d.iwii ti benKiasr
, tin f.uir year old:
ilarliiig. don t you
- - . 7 A.
-,,.1 1 hll be c ail to senu iwo
tntttles of txiv rriiietly FRKK to any
tiou if thrv Trill wnJ me their ex-irt"-
ftU'lWt oSce adilress. Ites
ittully. T. A. SIX)CUM, M.C., 181
varl t., Nf w York.
"Yoa caa take the witness, -saiil
thef'rusecufinrattiruey in a trial
Wure an Arkaosu court to the de
"Juile." f icaiiued a young man
iu thf back art of the room, stand
ing up on a eat and waving his'
IjuhI iMly, "don't let him take
hr! Tlmt Witness has been engag-I
I to me fur mor'n three years!" :
Ckhufi Daily Tribune.
Ad? Ir to 31 other.
said county conventions. In case
noconvention shall be held in any
township in pursuance of said call,
or no election shall be made, the
township executive committee shall
appoint such delegates.
C. Each township shall be entitled
to cast in the county, convention
one vote for every twenty-live
Democratic votes, and one vote for
fractions of lifteen Democratic votes
cast bv that township at the last
preceding gubernatorial election:
J'rovided, That every township shall
be entitled to cast at least one vote,
and each township may send as
many delegates as it may see fit.
7. In cases where townships con
sist ot more than one ward or pre
cinct, each of said wards or precincts
shall be entitled to send delegates
to county conventions, and shall
cast its nronortionate part of its
HfLK WlX"SLOWS SOOTHIN'O SvntTP
should alwavu be used when children township s vote, based upon the last
are eutting teeth. ItTelieves the lit-: preceding vote for Governor in said
chairmen of townsmp
tlomfferer at once; it produces nat
uraL quiet sleep by relieving the
chiij from pain, and' the little cher
ub awakes as "bright as button." It
1 Try pleasant to taste. It soothes
th chilil, softens the gums, allays
U ria, relieves wind, regulates tfie
bowL, and is the best known reme
jj for diarrhtpo, whether arisirfg
inm teeming or other
Tvfuty five cents a bottle.
An rtoherited Dlaeate.
.A r!l known physician
"J as caHi to attend an
-urn IS i, or hydrocephalus. After
iKe-doctor had completed his ex
atuiMtion the father, who is a Pro
ftibitiomst of the most ultra type,
jqmml: "Well, doctor, what is
matter with the baby?" Ah!"
row child has inherited its disease
xnJn'ir "Eh! eh! What do
uLTan? W,mt it?" -The
trV;B. teroill,,e lrain," was
i, your Bet Friend?
lOOr vtr.....l. . ....
v . ' " oi oruer you are
.... Z M. ...
frf-i..rT ot tne Pest
okein.K veiu e. end. Don't
lath. . n 15 ? moraln?- Don't drink
Mid dri II" If 7ou luust uok
ffihiS, unti vour stomach
kn,Sh ith breakfast. You cm
tftSiS??41 Muoke u,orH inthv
lf o twiUt on youlcs-s.
h1 fe.nu"ts and does not
ah M. !illf y are troubIeI
ad.fWrburn Diwiness of the
nt 1 of the food after
aat ""ouMiess, Indigestion, or
hLi i trou of the stomach,
home?4! Wt e Green August
oct relief U Ifrson caa use Jt with-
livin ! thft.lut miserable creaturei
ehllr!: U. ir. honorabh
fc A00?!1., of Quarterlv
forthVvcrn quarterly ileet
th Methr J im,ueTton District of
c5eSSrt 11 c"reh. South:
Bife tt.t alem, April 3 & 4.
1?d 1?. U at thleheiiAp'l
!t,T coli lowest PEirri
committees shall preside at all town
ship conventions. Iu their absence
any other member of said committee
9. In cases 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 in said meetimr.
COUNTY AND DISTRICT CON VKNTIONS.
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 fifty
Democratic votes, and one delegate
for fractions over twenty live Dem
ocratic votes cast at the last pro
ceeding gubernatorial election in
their respective counties, and none
but delegates or alternates so elect
ed shall be entitled to seats in said
convention: JVoridcd. That every
county shall have at least one vote
iu each of said conventions.
2. ' The chairman, or in his ab
scence any member of . the county,
senatorial judicial and congressional
committee, hall call to order their
respective conventions, and hold
the chairmanship thereof until the
convention shall elect its chairman.
a. The executive committee of
the senatorial, congressional and
judicial 'districts, respectively, shall
at the call of their respective chair
men, meet at some time and place
in their respective districts, design
ated iu said call. And it shall be
their duty to appoint the time and
place for holdiug conventions in
their respective districts; and thej
chairman of said respective commit I
tees shall immediately notify the
chairmen of the different county
ment, and the said county execu
tive committees shall forthwith call
conventions of thair respective
counties in conformity to said no
tice, to send delegates'to said respec
?ive district conventions.
1. The State Convention shall be
comiosed of delegates appointed by
the several county conventions.
Each county shall be entitled to elect
one delegate and one alternate for
everv on hundred nml fiftv Detun-
cratic votes, and one delegate for OIIILADELPIIIA AND BALTIilOKK prices
fractions Tover seventy-five Demo-; ,fiv wcrfhs Barber shod
cratic votes cast therein at the lasts 10 teats a snave: 30 cents a Hair Cut and 20
precediug gubernatorial election: 1 uts a Shampoo. Ills own manufactured llalr
ana none but delegates or alternates
so elected' shall be entitled to seats
or on his failure by its Secretary,
may represent the count.
3. Iu all conventions provided for
by this system, after a vote is cast
there shall be no change in said vote
until the final result of the, ballot
shall be announced by the chairman
of said convention.:
4. All Democratic executive com
mittees shall have the power to fill
any vacancy occurring in their re
.1. That the chairmen of the dif
ferent county conventions shall cer
tify the list of delegates and alter
nates to the different district and
state conventions, and a certified
list of said delegates and alternates
to the State convention shall be
sent to the Secretary of the btate
For the committee:
R. II. Uattkk, Clnn'n.
B. C. Dkckwith, Sect'v
The Committee, to the Party.
Raleigh, N. C, Feb. 2jth, '88.
To the Democratic J'artj in North
At a Ineeting of the Democratic
State Executive Committee held iu
this rtty, on the 23tl of February, in
staut, it was resolved that the Dem
ocratic State Convention be held ill
the city of Raleighon Thursday, theJ
00th day of May, 1888.
The said Convention will be held
for the nomination of candidates for
the offices of Governor, Ijieutenant-
(iovernor, Secretary of State, Audi
tor, Treasurer, Superintendent of
three Justices of the Supreme Court
one for the vacancy now filled by
appointment of the "Governor, and
two to take their seats In case the
number of Justicesshall be increased
by the vote of the people and of
two Electors for the State at large,
and for the election of Delegates
and alternate Delegatesto the Democratic-National
Convention to be
held in the city of St. Louis on the
5th day of Juiie next. Also, for the
adoption of a platform of principles
and the transaction of such other
business as may come before it. .
It iil be observed that the State
a t At?
convention is to ne neui earner mis
year than usual. This wasuecessary
in order that the delegates ta the
National Convention, to be held
the week after, may be selected.
The National Convention is called
earlier than usual in qrder that the
party may be better organized and
a 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 respectfally
urge upon the county 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 ith thisuldress, giving full no
tice of meetings in the different
townships, so that vrirnarics may be
fairlv heldand fully attended. Thus
the fairness of all nominations and
other business done mus be univer
sally conceded. It is obviously im
portant that every county shall be
represented in the State Convention
by one or more of its own citizens,
but if for any reason one cannot at
tend, provision has been made for
the representation of the county by
any person appointed by the cnair
man of the county convention, or in
case his failure to appoint, by one
appointed by its secretary. For
purposes of efficient organization it
is desirable that all vacancies in the
different committees be filled at
ojice bv active end zealous men.
At tlie recent tueeting of the State
committee it was made my duty to
call special attention of the chair
men of comity 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
districts. 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 bv authorizing del
egates to the State Convention from
such districts to meet iu Italeigh oh
or about the 30th of May in district
conventions ami elect delegates to
represent the districts at 6t. 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. Let true men and good
democrats attend the conventions
of our party, resolved to present for
the suffrages of the wople men oi
character, integrity and recognized
titiuum for the offices to which they
are nominated, and only snch, and
the continued supremacy of the
white race, which is synonymous in
North Carolina with the supreauacy
of the Democratic party, will be as
sured for another term of years.
For the committee.
R. II. Battlk, Chm'u.
R C. Bkckwitii, Sec'y.
Wm mm V-vH (
2t4 Greatest. Cure i rartli foe Pin. Will
lunttiiiurB quiti..' j titan any otiier known ren-
ctji lHHiLiatidrn. Neuralgia,
Swellings, Still Keclr Bruieu,
Curr.9. Scalds, Cut, LtiHiba
fV PlenrUy. Sores, irost-bites,
Bni-icsohe, vulnsy. Sore Throat,
Sciatica. Wouudi, Headache,
drw2rist Caution. The cen-
- SvSsCKT wnn Salvation Oil bears our
' OCIa"' rp?Istfrr:l TrjvrfA-Marlc. anil ruir
fa-BlmUe giffnatwe. A. C' Meyer & Co Sole
lToprietors, lialtunorc, Md U. S. A.
& InsrnKtft B R;
T BAINS GOING SOUTH.
Dated Feb.6th; 1888. 'No. 23.
Dr. Bnll'B Cotuh
roagn at once.
oct 1 eod d&w ly
Hytuo will - cure Tour
I'rlce only 23 CU. a bottle.
The following quotations represent whole
sale prices generally. In making up small or
ders higher prices have to be charged.
BACON North Carolina.
Shoulders lb. ,
oiuco. ALf. ...... ....
Hams, t? tt
sides, V lb i.
BAKHE1.S Spirits TurpeAtlne.
Second Hand, each
New. New Yorlc, each......
New, City, each. .. ... .
BRICKS, Wilmington, y M. .. .
BUTTER; W lb-
- Northern.. ;.
CANDLES, y lb
Northern Factory ..
COFFEE, y lb
Java....:. Laguyra v.
CORN MEAL, y bush, In sacks.
- Virginia Meal
COTTON TIES, bundle 1
DOMESTICS . .
sheeting, 4-4, yard
EGGS, y doz
Mackerel. No. 1, bbi
1 40 1 50
25 . 30
18 M 25
9 ' 10
. 9 10
23 - 24.
20 . 22
00 . 67
25 1 30
Mackerel,. No. l, y half bbL 7' 50
Mackerel. No. 2. W bbl
Mackerel, No. 2, half bbl.
. Mackerel, No. 3, bbl. . . .
N. c. Roe Herring. keg.
Dry Cod, v lb
FLOUR, I D01
Western, low grade........ 3 50 4 00
Extra 4 00 4 50
Family 4 50 a 5 00
City Mills Super., 4 00 4
Famlly,...... 4 50 5
GLUE, lb.. 8
Corn, fm store, bags, white 00
Corn; cargo. In bulk, white. 00
Corn, cargo, in bags, white. 66
Corn, mixed, from store. ... . 00 &
oats, from store.
Oats, Rust Proof.. ......
HIDES. W lb
Dry ...... 10 .
HAY, 100 lbs
Eastern 1 05 1
North River....- ;.- 90
HOOP IKON, V ft. . . 2Ji
LARD, W lb .
North Carolina 8
LIME, v barrel 1 40 000
LUMBER, City Sawed, y 31 ft.
Ship Stuff, resawed. 18 00 20 00
Rough Edge Plank .15 00 16 00
West India Cargles, accord- ?-
ing to quality ,13 00 . 18 00
Dressed Flooring, seasoned.18 00 22 00
scantling and Board, com'n.14 00 15 00
MOLASSES, f gallon f
New Crop, In hhds. 25 26
" in bbls 28 30
Porto Rico, in hhds 28 30
" In bbls. 30 35
Sugar House, In hhds 00 15
44 lnbols. 16 18
Syrup, In bbls 22 35
NAILS, y Keg, Cut, lOd basin. . 2 40 2 50
Leave M arion.
Arrive Florence .
'. M: !
1 12 41
t 2 40
: I p.
No. 52. 1 No,
A. M. P.
t 9 40
Carolina Central Railroad
A : ; Conipanv.
. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. " ..
Jan. 1, 1888.
No. 53 runs through from Charleston via
central R. ic
Leaving Lanes 8:34 A. M., Manning 9:08 A. M
- sunduvs Na 54 leaves Charleston urn A. M..
Lanes lCh28 A. M., Manning 11:10 A. M., Sumter
ii:4t a. M.i arrives coiumoia 1:10 if. M.l
.No. n6runs through from Charleston via
Central R. K., Leaving Lanes 7:13 P. M., Man
ning 7:53 P.M. , r
1 rain on C. & D. K. IL connects at Florence
wjtn no. 5a , , -
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
Leave Columbia. .
Leave Sumter. .
Leave Marlon.. ....
INO. 78.jNO. 57. NO, 53
, P. M. A. M. pTmT
10 25 6 50 5 33
11 52 8 12 "6 46
No. 58. -
1 52 t 8 22
! 1 20 " 9 40 .
A. M. A. M. i .
' NO. 66. NO. 14.
A, M. P. M.
4 35 t 10 30 8 20
5 22 11 11 8 55
8 35 2 10 11 50
A. M P. M. P. M.
Dally. tDally except Sunday.
No. 53 runs through to Charleston, S. C.i via
Central R. R.,-arriving Manning 7:20 P. M..
Lanes :02 P. M., Charleston 9:45 P. M.
No. 57 runs through to Charleston via Cen
tral R. R.. arrlvlnff Mannlne 8:48 A. M Lanes
9:33 A. M.,- Charleston 11:30 A. M.
No. 66 connects at Florence with C. and D.
train for Cheraw and Wadesboro.
Nos. 78 and 14 make close connection at Wil
mington witn w. & w. R. R. for all points
North . - : -.
JOHN F. DIVINE,'
J. R. KENLY, Supt. Transportation.
T. M. EMERSON, Genei-al Passenger Agent
feb 10 ' - ,
Tf lB TABLE Nt. 3
Palmetto Railroad Co.
REP A I R SHOP.
pARTIES IN WANT OF ANY JKIND OF
Vehicle or want any Repairing done to their
old vehicles, will And It to then interest to
call on - '
a B. SOUTIIERLAND & CO.
Comer Second and Princess Streets.
Kend your horses to be shod. We haw a
first-class Shoer. mch 5 tf
In KHUIeonviuion: Pmrided, Tlmt
every county shall Imre at leatt one
vote In aid convention.
OKNKIiAI HULKS. x
1. Such delegates (or alternates
Dye of every bhade at 20 cents and upwards.
Xo. i Market street, between Water and
Front. . ' sept 23
Deck and Spar
Chickens, live rown....
PEANUTS, y bushel, 22 lb.. .
Sweet Irish, w bbl....
PORK, v barrel
RICE Carolina, lb
Rough. bush, (Upland).. .
RAGS, 3? lb Country . ..........
SALT, V sack. Alum ... .......
SOAP. V lb Northern
SUGAR, P lb Standard grain..
. White Ex C :
Extra C, Golden
SUINGLES, 7 In. M t. .
Common f ..
STAVES, M W. O. Barrel.. .
R. O. Hogshead
. . . 35
. . . 2 25
. . .15 00
t4 - 80
TIMBER, tf M feet-Shlpplng..l2 00
SneMlil ..............11 25
111 Prime... .7 50
Mill Fair. .. 5 00
Common MiU 5 00
Inferior to Ordinary 2 50
WHISKEY, tf gal Northern... 1 00
North Carolina. . 1 00
WOOL; tf lb Washed '28
Burry . 10
id, 5 00
C4 0 00
(4 4 00
Valuable Lands for Sale'.
K TRACT OF IN D. LYING ONJt
mile from Mncolnton, N. C . consisting of SS
acres, 53 acres cleared: Is best for cotton,
but gives good crops for all grains. Has a
branch running through it atd a floe eprlnp ;
a few acres of bottom Uml on tbe branrb and
SO acres in wood. ok and hickory, welt Um
bsred. . - . ,.l ' ... .'"." --$-.'"
Another tract lying 2 V miles from Llnohr
ton, mtte from C (VB. K., J -o acres.
cleared, fine spring of df Melons water; about
Afik those whohave tried and they six acres of bottom land near Itonthe tra-ch.'
., , , , , j.x .t il t ils No.l for toh ceo, but grows ether crops
"Will tell, you that tne Boy ttlipjier weU. 73 acres in yellow plan and oak.
'TBCftW'n Tvhri the fneterr r.Tent. t n:hlStl At:;:'ii n t:Ji:;:;:jl;K;
rN AND AFTER FRIDAY, DEC. t6, 1887,
Trains will run as follows, dally except Sunday:
No l Passenger and Freight.
Leave Hamlet, N. C 8.20 A. M.
Arrive at Cheraw, S. C... .......... 9.30 A. M,
No. 2 Passenger and Freight:
Leav Cheraw, & C. . . . . ; .4.25 P. M
Arrive at Hamlet, N. C. . 515 P. M,
dec 16 tf ; WM. MONCURE, Sup't.
Lv. Laurinburgf ..
Leave Hamlet. i.;.
Leave Charlotte. v.
Leave Lincoln ton.
Leavf) Shelby. . . . . .
6 40 pm
12 3 am
2 03 am
7 00 am
8 45 am
13 54 pm
3 00 pm
7 00 am
5 05 pm
7 00 am
3 00 pm
J Na a.
. j dally ex
Leave Shelby M
Leave Llncolnton .
Leave Charlotte. 1.
Iave Hamlet. . . . .
8 00 pm
1 25 am
2 17 am
2 27 ami
8 25 am
8 40 am
10 53 am
12 45 pm
3 00 pm
:7 05 am
sr 30 pm
5 45 am
4 25 pm
Trains Na 1 and 2 make close connection at
Hamlet with Trains to and from Raleigh.
Through Sleeping Care between Wilmington
and Charlotte and Charlotte and Raleigh. -
Take Train No. 1 for Statesvllle and stations
on W. N. c R. R. and points West. Also, for
Spartanburg, Greenville, Athens,' Atlanta and
all points Southwest. Also, for Ashevllle via
Spartanburg. . . -
Local freight Ncs.- 5 and 6 trl-weekly be
tween Wilmington and Lauriiiburg.
Local---Freight Nos. 7 and 8 dally between
Laurinburg and Charlotte. f f; .
Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8. tnkft passengers. ,
1 L. c JONES, superintendent.
F. WjCLARK, Genl Passenger Agent. -Z'
Jan . ; ' ,' .4 ..-.'v'4 . .?
MANUFACTURERS OF " . v '
FercilizersV Pne Fibrafnd
.Pine.Fibl-e Matting. '
Wilmington & Weldon R. R
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
Dated Jan. 8, 1888.
Leave Weldon .
Ar. Rocky Mount.
Leave Magnolia. . .
Ar. Wilmington . . .
2 05 pm
4 50 pm
10 50 am
3 53 pm I
4 10 pmi .
5 19 pmf.
7 45 pmj.
5 43 pm
6 00 am
7 15 am
7 00 pm 7 48 am
4 45 pm
5 50 pm
6 05 pm
7 4Q pm
7 40 pm
9 55 pm
8 40 am
y 38 am
9 54 am
11 35 am
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
Leave Magnolia. . .
Arrive Warsaw. . .
Leave Fayette vllle
Ar. Rocky Mount.
12 05 am
2 23 am
9 00 am
10 35 am
10 50 am
11 50 ami
3 45 pm
5 28 pm
5 50 pm
6 52 pm
"8 30 am
10 50 am
11 59 am
3 02 amil2 42 pmi 7 48 pm
1 18 pmi 8 24 pm
4 50 pm
10 50 am
Arrive Weldon.. i. I 4 30 ami 2 40 pm 9 35 pm
Daily except Sunday.
Train on Scotland Neck Branch' Road leaves
Halifax for Scotland Neck at 3-00 P. M. Re
turning leaves Scotland Neck aty.30 A. M. dally
Train leaves Tarooro, n. c via Aibermane
& Raleigh R. R. dally except Sunday, 6.00 P. M.,
Sunday 5-00 P. M., arrive Wllllamston. N. C.
8.10 P. M., 6.40 P. M. Returning leaves Wll
llamston. N. c, oaiiy except Sunday, 7.40 A.
M., Sunday y.50 A. M. Arrive Tarboro, N. U
9.45 A. M., 11.30 A. M.
Train on Midland N. C Branch leaves Golds
boro, N. C, dally, except Sunday, 84J0 A. M.,
arrive Smithileld, N. C, 1U00 A. M. Returning
leaves SmlthHeld, N. C, 10.45 A. M., arrive
Goldsboro, N. C, 12.10 P. M.
Train on Nashville Branch leaves Rocky
Mount for Nashville, 4.00 P. M., arrlveii at
Nashville 4.40 P. M., Spring Hope 5.15 P. M.
Returning leaves Spring Hope 10.40 A. M..
Nashville 1L15 A. M., Rocky Mount 1L55A.
M., dally except Sunday.
'lTain on Clinton Brancn leaves w arsaw for
Clinton, dally, except Sunday, at 6.00 P. M.
Returning leaves Clinton at 8.45 A. M.. connect
ing at Warsaw with Nos. 15 and 66,
southbound Train on Wilson & Favettevffle
Branch is Na 51. Northbound Is No. 5a .'Dam-
except Gunday. ""
iTain a zi south win stop only at Wilson.
Goldsboro and Magnolia,
Train no. t makes close connection at wel
don for all polnto North dally. All rail via
Richmond, and daily, except Sunday. la Bay
Line. - - -
Trains make close connection for all points
junn via tucmnona ana vvasnington.
ah 1 rains run soua oetween wiimini
Washington, and have Pullman Palac&
era attac-nea. - - r
ril HER EP UT ATION OF OUR FERTILIZERS J
the ACME and GEM, is now established, and
the results ot three years- use In the hands of
-.-.-' .. . - 1 ... '
the best farmers of this and other States fully
- ' 3 ' ' " " 1 ' - V-:'':'-.--' V ;.
attest their value as a high grade manure.
The MATTING, made from the Jeaves ot our
native pine. Is conceded to be equal to any
wool carpet lor comfort and durability and the
demand for it is dally increasing. ' It has vlr :
tues riot found In any other fabric ! i,
ThB FIBRE or wool is extensively' used for -upholstering
purposes, and as a fHUng for
Mattresses Is almost equal to hair, being light '
elastic and proof against insects. .
certificates from reliable parties using our
goods can be seen at our office, or will be mail
ed upon application. . . a" ; ian4 tf
"A BURNT CHILD yMlAM THK MV,
TTT UNDREDS OF MEN IN WILMINGTON
think they have their lives Insured. Some of
them will die while under this Impression and
their families will discover too late that it
was an Illusion. - .
This has happened In Wilmlncton diirtnc
the past month by the failure of the first as
sessment company that commenced business
here. Others will follow soon., Before it Is
too late, make sure provisions for your famllv
In a-llfe Insurance company that has stood the
test during generations. . . v ; :
The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New
York is the oldest, largest ana ftmcompany In
the world. Its policies are lncontestltle, are
paid Immediately on the receipt of proof of
death, and are liberal In their conditions.
Assets now over f 11,8,000,000.00. . : , .
M. S. WILLARD, Agent,
211 North Water St.
TfTTT V Rewarded are 5 thoso who
rLlLjXllj X ViisA thl8 aud then act; they
W"B"" " will -rind honorable rmnlov-
ment that will mot take them from their homes
and families. The profits are . large and sure
for every lndustrtrus person, many have mado
und are now making several hundred dollars
a month, it is easy for any one to maketa
and upward per day. who Is wllllmr to work.
Either sex, j oung or .old; capital not needed;
we start youT Evervtnlnir new.' No special
ability required; you, reader, can do t as well
as any one. Write to u at once for. full-par
ticulars, which wc mall free. Address Stlnson
& Co., Portland, Maine, ;:. nov 22 dranwiy
i f winall century. Not .
among the wonders ot inventive progress Is '
method and system of work that cube per
formed all over the country withou ; scpara
tlncr the workers from thnir tinmra rav 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 ot great value and Importance to
you, that will start you In business, which
win bring you In more money right away.than
Address True & CaAugusta, Maine.
uuy si oma iyw - ;-.
WO Sea Wonders exist In thousands
UJhlhjr ot forms, but are surpassed by the
marvels of invention. Those who
are In need of profitable work that can be done
while llvlne at home should at once send their
address to Ilallett & Co., Portland, Maine, and
mwtTAfiwo fiill Infnrmaflnn hrrur cHhcrfcov
ot all ages, can earn from $5 to 125 per day and
upwaros wnerever tney uve. ion are started
free. Capital not reaulred. Some have made
over 150 In a slnglo day at this work, a 11 suc
ceed. , noY22Cmdlyw
JOHN F. J)INE. GenlfguDU
J. R. KENLY, Sup't. Transportatf"- !
i. juuiiwui, uen 1 i'assengt' r. Agent.
A. A. Bn wjj
!IRE. LIFE. MARINE AND ACinDKNT.
over $5.0U paid out for death fnwa for year
SS7, In Wilmington, N. C. .... j
omce corner orh water ifuiberry sts,.
-j- CCIDENT, PIRE, LIFE, MARINE, KENT
AND TORNADO INSURANCE. :
T7vi.- - ' Apply to " --r-"- t -1"
y-1 SMITH & BOAT WRIG HT.ri:
- N0424 N. Water Stre. t
mcblStf '- Telephone No. "J.;
II I - f I '
JTaElr Vigor, T7eakT!5 orLosof
atneEUj restored fry U e ue i &a
, miedj. Tlio YerL a l ant a from
b Trochees cevcr fall. Ouri;..:.:- ' 1,
d t6t!"in-:iX ( 't f"'- 1 ' -
n 1 t,,.i -
, y - V ,,4 .