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I Clped by m KTrei Hand.
Juno 20 Fnxlcrlci Miller and David
neller. two employes at the furnace at
the rolling milLa, wero killed by a pre-
mature explosion of II Creoles powder
wnue biAsung ont EaLomander from the
bottom of tho farnace. Miller was
Btanding directly orr the drilled hole
ai ine umecr tne explosion, ana was
terribly torn and disfigured: "Both arms
were blown off. But one was found.
ETery effort to find the other arm proved
fruitless until yesterday.
The workmen saw an bbject clinging
to one or the stay rods that help to sup
port and keep in position the stacks on
tho top of the furnace. ; Through curi
osity they climbed up to the top, and
they saw a sight that not only filled
them with horror . but with wonder.
Therein full sight of all was a man's
hand with onlr the stub of an arm at
tached tightly-clasping the rod above
mentioned. ' t
There can bo no doubT but that the
hand is that of the unfortunate Miller.
The only theory known for the strange
freak of the bodytess thand "is that the
hand was blown out of tho lop of the
high stack, and in coming down the
muscles, still active, contracted when
tho hand struck the rod and fastened to
it with a deadly grip. From the position
in which Miller was standing the hand
could not have reached the position it
occupied other 1 than in the above man
ner. The muscles could not have re
laxed much 'after first contracting, else
the hand would have fallen. Brazil
Times. . j .
An Electric Lawn Party.
An electric lawn party was given a
few days ago by one of the leading elec
tricians of the country at his residence
in Connecticut. As the visitor was
ushered into the oaken hall he was
greeted with innsic from an electric or
gan. An open box of cigars lay on the
center table, and Qverhanging it was an
electric cigar lighter. On the sideboard,
In an electric teapot, the fragrant Bohea
was brewing, and novel and almost
weird effects of electric lighting were
visible all around, while the air was
cooled with electric fans. Two objects
of unique interest, taken, side by side,
were one of the first phonographs and
the very last perfected instrument made.
In the evening there was a grand dis
play of fireworks, ignited by electricity
direct from the lighting circuit, a thing
never before attempted. The fireworks,
which were shown about 150 yards from
the house, were lighted from the piazza
by the turning of a small electric switch
in the hands of a lady. Exchange.
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A Modern Prodigal.
. A short time ago Mr. Crimp, farmer,
of Milton, Devon, advertised for a la
borer. A wretched, half starved young
man in rags 'and tatters applied for the
situation, and j by pleading hard ob
tained it. Some time after he told his
master that he bwnedan estate in Wilt
shire, and that his father was a very
wealthy . man. He"- had, left home, ho
said, through an unpleasantness, and had
been wandering about for years, barely
earning subsistence The farmer made
inquiries, and visited Wiltshire to find
the extraordinary story true.. His la
borer's father resided in an elegant man
sion, beautifully situated. He had long
since given up nis son ror aeau, lhh im
mediately accompanied tho farmer back
to Devonshire and there found the prod
igal, who would not leave his master
until the 'latter had procured some one
to take his place on the farm. London
Tit Bits. i
. The Cow VlslU the Tarlor.
The family of Mrs. Mary Hartwright,
who resides on Plover street, Omaha,
were much surprised a few evenings ago
by the appearance in their parlor of an
unexpected guest This was their Dur
ham cow, Mollie, that escaping from
her pen deliberately walked up the low
steps leading to the 'porch, thence into
the hall, through which she marched un
til she reached the parlor door. This
she entered with an inquiring moo, and
advanced into the room, while the fam
ily sat watching her, afraid to move lest
they startle and cause her to do some
damage, put after a quiet inspection
of the apartment tho incongruity of her
presence there seemed to strike her, and
turning about as quietly walked out
again. Cor. Philadelphia Press.
Practical Joker TanUhed.
Police Justice White, of New York,
has iust taucht two practical jokers a
lesflon fining each $10. ' While painting
trail dine in Alott street as a Dit or
pleasantry they epattered paint ove r
every Italian man, woman, or emia
whose head appeared in any of tho win
dows below. This amusement grew too
mild, and when a Misa Mucchi appeared
in the next yard ono of them dropped the
entire contents of a paint pot on her neaa.
Miss Mucchi had dark hair and her
friends were so shocked at her changed
appearance that they had the painters
arrested. Philadelphia Ledger.
Wonders Beneath 'the Surface.
Workmen en traced in sinking an ar-
f-ovn xrpllin FUndr Valler. near Niria.
N. M., struck an' open seam, from which
cold stream of air rushed wun lorce
enough to Temove . a twelve pound rock
laid over the owning. The air was
charged with million of small . yellow
, 1 ! t Li A. 1
uugs, caca aaving urn iwu w
wings and a email red circle on his back.
They lived but a fe-W seconds after
triking the warm outside air. Local
scientists are puzzling over the ques
tion How did they get so far down into
the earth? St Louis Kepublic
Darlnff ay Storm.
"firarions! that was an awful clap of
thunder; it frightened ine terribly."
"Pooh! thunder can t nun yon."
- v w mm ri 9 I linn mw f ta wz r n. iir aa. it
person bein thunderstmckT Harper's j
IVhat U Good?;
Wlmt is the real goodr1
I ask ia musing mood.. ; -
Order, said the law court;
Knowledge, said the school;
Truth, said the wise man;
Measure, said the fool;
Love, said the maiden; - -Beauty,
said the page;
Freedom, said the dreamer;
Home, f aid the sage;
Fame, said the soldier:
Equity, the seer.
'Spake my heart full sadly '
"The answer is not here."
Tlien'within mv bosom
Softly this I heard:
"Each heart hold the secret;
4,Kindness is the word.""
-John Boyle O'Reilly.
WHOLESALE PRICES. V-
Tfce rolloirl&s quot&uoas represent whole
sale prices cfinerallx. Ia maxims up small or-
Srs higher prices hare to be charged.
A Sate Investment.
Is one which is guaranteed to
bring you satisfactory results, or in
case of failure n, return of purchase
price. On this safe plan you can
buy from our advertised druggist a
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption. It is guaranteed
to bringTelief in every case, when
used for any affection of Throat,
IjungH or Chest, smcIi as Consump
tion, Inflammation of Lungs, Bron
chitis, Asthma, Wooning Cough,
Croup, etc.," etc. It is pleasant and
agreeable to taste, perfectly safe
and can always be depended upon.
Trial bottle free at Robert R. Balla-
uiy's wholesaleuud retail drug store.
Mrs. Bargau What are you
ryin' about this luorninzr? Mr.
gan I need some new clothes and a
a watch, and I can't make up my
mind whether to get the clothes at a
store where they giveaway watches.
or 10 buy the watch at a store where
they give away clothes. Good
p.i.rt.. . i:..... i.:.. ' t 1 -
iicciuiiiLT ins liiiijerj i ue
clare! Here is a man up in Michi
gan who while out huutincr mistook
another man for a bear and shot
him. 1 can't for the life of" me see
how he could havo made such a mis-r
take. Mrs. Crusty (spitefully)
Humph!. Can't you? Well. 1 can
He Meant It too A
ou their honeymoon
languidly with grapes at desert.
She (archly) And you don't find it
tiresome all alone with me? You are
quite sure yoh don't want to go
back to your bachelor life again?
He (earnestly) Quite, my darling,
IJo yon know if you were to die to
night I'd get married again to-mor'
row morning. Sittings.
The Purest and Best
articles Known to medical science
are used in preparing Hood a barsa-
par ilia. Every ingredient is care
fully selected, personally examined,
and only the best retained. The
medicine is prepared under the su
pervision of thoroughly competent
pharmacists, and every "step in the
process of manufacture is carefully
watched with a view to securing in
Hood's Sarsaparilla the best possi
Gunny............ 7 e 8X
Standard. 8 & IX
BACON North Carolina,
Hams.r. 11 d u
Shoulders v lb................ 8 & IX
sides,vtt..... 8 & 10
Hams, v a. . . . . . . . . ... . .. 123 14
Sldes,Vtt 8 e 10
Shoulders, V ........... tX " 8
DRY SALTED - -
Sides, Vtt . & fk
Shoulders, v 6X
BARRELS Spirits Tlirpentlne.
second Hand, each......... 1 40 50 -
New, New York, each OP 75
New, city, each..... 1 65 TO
BEKS WAX", "5 B.. .......... 20 22
BRICKS, Wilmington, V M.... 8 00 lfc 00
Northern.. 0 00 Gii 00
BUTTER, V ft
North Carolina... .. ....... 5 & 25
Northern. 1...... " 25 & 30
Sperm...'... 18 & 25
Adamantine.. jo 12X
CHEESE, V ft
' Northern; Factory. . 8X& 10
Dairy, cream....... 13 u
Stater:. ..1. 9 & 11
Java.... 27 (a 30
LagnyraJ Si 25 -
Rio.... .4.. 20 22
CORN MEAL, f hush, in sacks. 00 .52X
Virginia Meal 00 65
COTTON TIES, bundle 1 25 1 30
Sheetlng 4-4, V yard ... 6 6J4
Yarns, t bunch 00 (3 SO
EGGS, 9 do. ..... 10 &
FISH j j
. ' Madcerer; No. 1, V bbl XJ 00 130 50
Mackerel, No. 1, y half bbL 12 50 (515 00
Mackerel, No. 2, V bbl.... '..15 00 20 00
Mackerei, No. 2, half bbl... 4 75 6 00
Mackerel, No. 3, V hbl. . . 7 80 10 00
Mullets.l bbl 6 00 7 00
N. c. Roe Herring. keg... 00 6 00
Drycodiv ft.... 5 10
FLOUR, V bbl
Western, low grade ' 50 g 4 00
" Extra 4 00 (4 6 00
iFamlly 4 50 6 00
City Mills Super 4 00- Q 4 10
j Family 4 & 5 00
GLUE, V Tbi 8 3 10
GRAIN, V bUshcL
Corn, fm store, bags, white 48 50
Corn, cargo, in bulk, white, 00 48
Corn, cargo, in bags, white, 52 53
Com, mixed, from store 00 51
Oats, from store. .. 33 Q
Oats, Rust Proof y.... 100 50
Cow Peas.... '95 9 1 CO
HIDES, V ft
Green.. J ...,. 3 ( : 3
Dry.....L.... ; 3 9 5
HAY, y 100 fts
Easterns 1 05 1 10
Western 85 & 90
North lUver 75 00
Atlantic Coast Line.
Wilmington &We!donR. R.
. TRAINS GOING SOUTH. T
Datxd June 15. 1&0. 05 5 o?2
- . - X J - fr 1 S
, ' f P. M. P7T A. M.
Leave Weldon 1230 5 43 6 0)
Arrive Rocky Mount...... 145 ...... 710
r p. jji.
Arrive Tarboro. "230 ...r.. .......
'. , A. 31.
Leave Tarboro........ 10 20
- 1 .: P. M. i
Arrive Wilson............ .. 220 7oy 7 43
Leave. Wilson t230 ...... ... .
Arrive Senna.., ...... .. 340!...... ......
Arrive Fayettevuie...... 6 00 ......
Leave Goldsboro... ........ 3 15 1 7 40 I 8 3n
Leaw Warsaw 4 10! V VA
Leave M agnolla. 4 24 ! S 40 9 49
Arrive Wilmington ......... f 5 50 I 9 55 11 20
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
Leave Wilmington. .
Leave Warsaw.. ...
Leave Fayetteviile. .......
Arrive Selma.... ..........
Arrive Wilson......... . . . .
j Ar. Rocky Mount. . ,
A. M. P. M.
9 00 4 00
10 34 5 30
,10 48 5 53
18 40 ....
11 m ......
12 37 , 7 47
2 00 ......
10 0 ......
P. M .
2 45 930
Seabaard At r-Linc.
Oarolina OontralKailro: 0
- r- T - n ii 111 j
CHANUE OF SCHEDULE.
Leave wuroington.......... 9 no am
teavo namier,.. ........ 1 "j pn sou am
Leave Wadesboro .. .i 41 jraj 3 27 aic
Arrive Charlotte....;.......! 4 W rn 6 UOaic
iave Charlotte . , xi pta
Leave Llncolnton... ....... .1 5 52 pm:
Leave Shelby.... ............j s 5rra!,
AnlvelcutherTdtu....,..... 8 15 pm!
2s o. r..
kAstbound trains :
Jtlne 29, lSlOt
- j No. T4.
Leave Rutherfdihi. ..... i 8 45 am
Leave Shelby..-.;...........! 9 69 m
Leave Llncolntoa. .....Ill ooamj
Arrive Charlotte; ....... ti2 17 cm
Leave charlotte. 1J 25 pml 9 CO era
Arrive-Wilml ugtn .
2 06 pm 12 00 pm
3 iDpmj 2 COani -7
20 pml 7 30 am
i Trains No. 43'and 36 make cicso Connection
at Hamlet for Ra'eigh and at Llncolnton for
Hickory and W. N. c. . . i
j Trains No. 25 and 24 make close ronnectlox
at Hamlet, to and from Raleigh arid at Monroe
fer Chester. - i I .
i i nrougn Sleeping i:ars Dei ween w uminjno
and Charlotte- and Wilmington and Italelgb. '
T.-W. M'HISNANT, Superlnrendcnt. .
F. w. CLARK, Gen'l Passenger Agent.
Jo 8 tf
Atlantic Coast Line.
North-Eastern R; R. of S. I
"I saw a screw-driver the other
day that, weighed 2,000 pounds." "O,
come off!" "Honest." "Where was
It?" "In thn engine room on an
ocean steamer." Racket. ,
Consuiuptlon Surely Cured.
To thk Editor 1'iease inform
your readers that I . have a positive
remedy tor tne above named disease.
Bv its timely use tnousands or Hope
less cases have been permanently
cured. I shall be glad to send two
bottles of my remedy prkb to any
of your readers who have consump
tion if they will send me tneir ex
nress and nost office address. Res-!
pectfully. T. A SLOCUM, M.C., 181
Pearl St., JMew iorK.
Johnny Peck Did you ever save
anyone from drowning, pa? Mr. N.
Peck (dolefully) Yes! But you
don't seem very happy over it, pa?i
Whom did you save? lour mother,
son. before we were married. Law
& 2 50
Advice to Mother.
should alwavs be used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the lit
tle sufferer at once: it produces nat
ural, ouiet sleep bv relieving the
cnild from pain, and the little cher
ub awakes as "bright as button." It
is very pleasant to taste. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays
all pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is tne best known reme
Jy for diarrhoea, whether arising
from teethinir or oth.r causes.
Twenty five cents a bottle.
WRIGUTSVILLE, N. C,
S NOW OPEN UNDER SAME MANAGE-
Uotcl and grounds are near the
waters of tho bound and the Atlantic Ocean
and a low steps from the Depot of the Sea-
coast Railroad from Wilmington.
Asic the conductor of the train to stop yo
BOARD 1)1 T'OK DAT, WEEK OE -'MM.
Scud for Circulars.
ED. WILSON MANNING, '
je 13 Proprietor. ;
Chickens, Eggs, Chip Beef,
AND A NICE LOT OS I
1 1 w
North Carolina Hams I
Jut received, which I will sell cheap. I have
a complete stock of cnoiCE family gro
ceries which I win sell lower than any
ether Retail House la the city. Clve me a
call. My stock Is always fresh. No-stxla
grcj on hand. Call hi
. . B. r. SWANN"?, Agt . f
1 XtDZYT , So, Frc-t Street. ,:
noop iron, v ft..........
LARD, y ft
North Carolina.. 8 10
LIME, y. barrel. v 1 25 0 00
DUMBER, City Sawed, lMft.
Ship Stuff, resawed........l8 00
Rough dge Plank. 15 00
West India Cargles, accord- .
lng to quality 13 00
. Dressed Flooring, seasoned.18 00
Scantling am Board, com'n.14 00
MOLASSES, v gallon .
New Crop, in hhds....
"1 in bbis..
Porto Rico, In hhds
44 , 44 in bbls....". ....
Sugar House, in hhds.......
" 44 1 44 inbbls.
Syrup, in bbls ..
AILS, Keg, Cut, lOd basin..
Deck and SparJ.
Chickens, iive rown.
PEANUTS, V bushel, 22 ft...... :
POTATOES, V bushel
Sweet...! Irish, V bbl.... i
PORK, y barrel . '
CltyMess 13 80 18 001
Prime...... 15 00 16 00
Rump...'i..'...ii 00 1500
RICE Caiollna, If ft........... 4,
Rough, V bush, (Upland)... 60
-44 : 44 (Lowland). 80
ltAGS,vn Country... ........ 00
ROPE, V 14
SALT, y sack. Alum... 70
Liverpool 1 10
Lisbon. .......... .. 00
SOAP, V ft Northern. 4
SUGAR, P ft standard grain.. 6
Standard A 6
White Ex C 0
Extra C, Golden 5.V.
C Yellow.. ' . 5
SHINGLES, 7 In. V M.. . .... .
Cypress Hearts. . . . . . ......
STAVES, V M W. O. Barrel..
TIMBER, V M teet-Shlpping..l2 00
Fine Mill ..Jl 25
Dally except Sunday.
Train on Scotland Neck Branch Road
leayes Weldon 3:15 p. m., Halifax 3:37 p. m.,
arrives Scotland Keek at 4.25 p. m., Green
vlile 6.00 p. m. .Returning leaves Greenville
7:20 a.-m. Arriving llalltax iat 10:10 a. m.,
Weldon 10:30 a. m., dally except Sunday.
On Monday, Wednesday and Friday, Local
Freight laave3 Weldon 10:30 a. m., Halifax
11:30 a. m., Scotland Neck 2:00 p. m. Arriving
Greenville 5:10 p. m. Returning, lea.ve Green
ville Tuesday, Tnursday hnd Saturday 9:30 a.
m., Scotland Neck 1:00 p. m., Halifax 3:35 p.
m. Arriving Weldon 4:0.) p. m.
Train leaves Tarboro, N. C, via Albermarle
& Raleigh R. 1L dally except Sunday, 4.05 P. M.,
Sunday aoo P. M., arrive Wllllamston, N. C,
6.30 P. M., 4.20 P. M., Plymouth 7.50 -P.
M., 5 20 P. M. Returning leaves Plymouth,
mourh. N. C, dally except Sunday, 6.00 ..
M., Sunday 9.00 A. M., Wllllamston 7.10 A. M.,
11 ?0 A. M.
Train on Midland N. C. Branch leaves Golds
boro, N. C, daily except Sundav, 6.00 A. M..
arrive Smltniield, N. C, 7.30 A. M. Returning
leaves SmithflekLN. C, 8.00 A. M.,-arrive
Goldsboro. N. C. 9.30 A. M. I
Train on Nashville Branch leavc3 Rocky
Mount at:-3.00 P. M.. arrives at. Nash
ville at 3.40 P. M.-Sprnur nope 4.15 P. ai
Returning leaves Sprine: Hope 10.00 A. M.J
Wasnville ia35 A. M.. arrive T Rocjcv Mount
11.15 A.M.. dally except Sunday
Train on Clinton "Branch leaves Warsaw for
Clinton, dally, except Sunday, at 6.00 P.M.
and 11 10 A. M. Returning leaves Clinton at
8.20 A. M. and 3.10 P. M., connecting at War
saw with Nos. 41 40, 23 and 78. .
Southbound Train on Wilson !& Fayetteviile
Branch is no. 51. Northbound is No. 50. 'Dally
except sunaay. 1
Train No. 27 South wiiljstop only at Wilson,
GoiasDoro ana .Magnolia.
Train No. 78 makes close connection at Wei
don for all points North daily. Alt rail via
Richmond, and daily, except Sunday, via Bay
AH trains run solid between Wilmington and
Washington, and have Pullman Palace Sleep-
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
Dated May 12, 589.
Arrive Lanes.... ..
Leave Laces.... ..
t Train No. 63 takes No. 53 South of Lanes.
I Train on c & D. R. R. connects at Florence
with No. 23 Train. 1.
- .9 W
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
Leave Lanes... ......
I 44 Klngstree....,
-' 1 1 1 .1 ' "
No. 78. NO. If. Na fi3'
' ' i - '
A. M. P. Mi A. M.
13 21 4 30 7
2 45 - 6 28 " 9 .
2 60 - 0 28
' 3 10 6 4fi v; (
20 7 65
A. M. P. M.t A. M.
I Dally, t Dally
! Train No. 14 connects at Florence with trait'
on c. & D. R. r. for Cheraw, S. c, and Wades
boro N. c. . ' i
i No! 52 runs through to Columbia vfa centra:
R.R. of S. C. , ' . 4- -
Nos. 78 and 14 run solid to Wilmington.
C, making close connection with W4 & v. ,
R. for all points north. - 1
; JNO. F. DIVIItE, .
1 General superintendent, '
j J. 1L KENEY, Aas't Gen'l Manager. .
! T. M. EMERSON, Gen'l Passengt regent. ,
. my 11 f
JOHN F. DIVINE, GenlSupt.,
d. jt. ijijNLiX, upa. .Transportation.
T. AI. EMERSON, Gen'l Passenger Agent.
upon your reading matter for
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TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
Dated A prii;20, 1890. No. 23.
I 1 '
1 Leave Wilmington.
Leave Marlon. ......
Mill Fair. :
Inferior to ordinary. ... .... . .
WHISKEY. V gal Northern...
North Carolina. . . .
WOOL, V ft Washed.....
oaslder SjaiaxiB'j ;maiazin waca: yo"
$3.00 a year.
Tne standard of the Magazine Is high: w - .
Its spirit progressive,' i j . .
The illustrations are IntrrpRf intr fltiw M 1
best. -v : i ;if . -
There is not space here to dvo evesn a sum.
mary of the features to appear this year, trat
among other things there will to a neWide
partment and additional nacps. nnri emnrn Af
illustrated articles-wiu bo devoted to the (fol
lowing subjects, j
Aincan Kxpioraiion and Travel, j
Life on a Modern War Milp a articles).
Homes in City, Subuib, and country
Providing Homes throutrh suiidinfr jMymrt
i 'i ne uiuzen's muts,
j Elotriclty in tho Household.
t Ericsson.the Inventor br his Anthortzs
Biograph3r. - . ., . j
Hunting, 1 1
Humorous Artists, American and Foreign
No. " 15.
i There will be 3 serials.
! 11 55!
t 8 25
:t.acn BUDieCt. and thPIl wflt a crrnnt-
rtety thisear, wlU bo treated 'by writers
most competent to snrnir wit h ontmttr nri
with interest. Readers who am infnti
are urged to fend for a prospectus. 1 -
25 Ccnls a fomki; $1.00 for Jwilloilk.
No.i62 runs through from Charleston via
Central K. K. !
Leaving Lanes 9-15 A. M., Manning 9:56 A. M.
. Train on C. & D. R. R. connects at Florence j
with No. 53. . ,
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
Charles Scribner's Sons,
74 Jiroadway, N.
Jan 6 tf -:- -'-.! ' ' J ; ' -
THE STATE CHRONICLE,.
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; N0. BL NO. 59.
. ; ".. P. M.
Leave Columbia 10 35
Arrive Sumter....i. 1158
Leave Sumter.. ...... - 11 58 f 6j,37
Arrive Florence ...... 1 15 7 50
NO. 78 '
.' A. M.
Leave Florence 4 35
Leave Marlon.. .....j 5I3..L.....
Arrive Wiimington... 8 35 ..
; Successorfto'tbe Farmer, and Mechanic
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Under New Management.
NEWSY, BRIGHT AND CLEAN.
UP WITH THE TIMES :i
to accommodate my 5'
friends with OYSTERS this season. -1 ;wm
ttfD none bat the Best on hand always
MYRTLE GROVE ROASTS a specialty. Every
thing overhauled and improve!. Oysters
ready at short notice .and expert shucfcer3 to
own them. -
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racial raies 10 p&rues. uive mo a cw aiia
will do my best to please you.
. . RespectTulljr,
Dally. t Dally except Sunday.
No. 5-J runs through to Charleston, s. C.
Central 1L It., arriving Manning 7-04 P
Lanes 7:42 P. 31.. Charleston fc30 P. M.
No. 59 connects at Florence, with C and D
train from Cheraw and Wadesboro.
Nos. 73 and 14 make dose connect ion at Wil
mington with W. & W. R. R. for all points
Train on Florence R. R. leave j'eo Dee dally
except Sunday 4:40 P. M., arrive Rowland 7:i
p. m. returning leave itowiana gjm a. in ar
rivoPco Dee 850. m. I
Train on Manchester & Augusta K. R. leaves
Sumter daily, except Sunday, 10-5'J A. M..arrlo
lcimint 121 I. M. Returning i leave Rimini
12:15 P.M., arrive SumLc-r 130 P.M.
. JOHN F. DIVLNP.
- General superintendt nt.
J. R. KENLY. AssXGcnl Manager.
T. M. EMERSON. General l-asacnger Aen
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HUE STATE CIIBONICLE'1 WILL BE
what lis name implies a state rarer, J: la
not tho Raleigh cbroniclP.w and will not be
local or sectlonaL It will aim to kcet uv
with the news from Mcrphy to Manteo. or. as
the politicians rat it, from chrroJe to cur-
it wiu be the organ of no man. no najr. no
section, no party. It will be Dcmocrauo in
Klltlcs. but wiU,not hPftltateto criticise
mocraUcmeasorcs and Deinocratlc oaiar ..
A FEW G JCNTI4EME! CAN BE ACCOMilO
djxed with .TahZelDJUd on
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