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I»UHCISHKI> KVERY PIII'RSI'AY, BY
YOUNG A GRA?:THAM.
Till KSDAY. .Tri.Y 28. 1 J«tt.
_J m Ul JJJIB. 1
of Nrw York.
FOR ficr-ru!>n>KN r.
ADI.AI K STEVENSON,
STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET
EM AS CARR,
■FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR:
K. A. DOUGMTON,
F'>R RKTARY OF STATE:
DONALD W. BAIN,
FOR AUDITOR :
R. M. FLRMAN,
SI T RRINTKNpENT OF IM'HLIC IN
-BTRLX TWN ;
JOHN C. SCARBOROUGH,
•FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL :
FRANK I. OSBORNE,
rUKSIOKNTIAL ELECTORS FOll TUK
hTATE AT LARGE:
C. B, AVCOCK, of Wayne.
It. H. GLENN, of Forsyth.
Ron JUDOE TWELTII mmiuct :
GEORGE A. SHU FORD,
HORSE BREEDERS MEETING
All the prominent horse breeders
and nearly all the owners of fine
'horses iu North Carolina have agreed
to meet at Raleigh on August 17th
and 18th, 1892, for the purpose of
inauguraing a permanent race pro
gramme for Spring, Sumner and
Autumn, and to organize a Breeders'
Association for the State; and to
this meeting, every citizen in the
Slate interested in owning, breeding,
or driving the Atmrican trotter is
The racing feature of this meeting
will be the very largest, most excit>
mg and interesting series of trials of
speed ever known in the State. The
programme was undertaken by a
few gentlemen at Uieir individual
cxpeuse, and they arc greatly gratifi
ed, indeed pleasantly surprised, at
the interest which him developed in
the undertaking. Forty seven horses
have been entered to date, and their
will be as many as eight starters in
some of the races, which will be made
on the two days named. The in»
crease of interest in fine horses breed
ing in North Carolina for the past
two yearn has been phenomenal; and
already there are within the borders
•of the State, horses of international
repute, The splendid race pro
gramme for August 17th and 18th is
the logical result of this interest,
which will receive an immense im*
pttus at this meeting. The races
will also be a forerunner of the race
programme to be made up for the
State Fair, and everybody interested
in the possibilities of horse flesh will
appreciate the advantage of being
able to note what may be accomplish
ed at the August races and afterward
note any development at the State
The meeting for organizing the
Breeders* Association will be held on
the night of August 17th. The race
purses are liberal for aa introductory
■eeting, and railroad rates for the
«K.-cfthioa nre unusually low. Mr. E.
H. L*e of Raleigh will take pleasure
in fckyuig any information desired.
THE 20TH ANNUAL PRESS
'OB the 27th aud 28th July the,
20th Annual Press Association c n*
veneiMn the city of Charlotte. A
attendance of t)io quill drive; k
were there from all portions of the j
State, and the Convention excelled
any previous one in the history of
their raoeti'.g". The Editors were
| highly entertained at the Central and
Beaufort Hotels and the city with all
its hospitalities was given up to
them. They visited all the beautie*
of the Queen City of N»rth Carolina,
I and viewed many of her industries
)-And enteiprises, Oil Mills, lMnid
Mills, Manufactories, fertilizing
j Mills. Machine Shop* and Whole
sale houses, fhe R. It. people
gave thern an excursion around the
; City, and the citizens a carriage l
j drive over their beautiful streets,
jOn Thursday night the chaml>er ol
commerce spread a Banquet which :
; couid not have been surpassed any !
where or by any people or any City.
Charlotte is noted fur its magnificent
residences, luxuriant flower yards,
and elegant streets. Her Street Kail
way system is good and a bright
future awaits her hospitable,
prising, progressive people. Within
! he last two year* the taxes show an
increase of $2,000,000 worth of im
provements in the way of manufac
turing industries of various kinds,
j Tlie City bus splendid waterworks,
and aiust of alt are her well edited
ana brilliant Newspapers.. The Ob
server. The News Democrat, The
: Times have been great factors in the
progress of the City. The Y. M, C.
A. Hall w th \\a library was tendered,
: the Editors 'luring their stay in Char
l lotte. The busine*? meetings were
held in the Belmont Hotel. The
usual routine of work w&s dispensed
i with, and questions of benefit to the
Editors ot North Carolina were dis
cussed. Officers for this term were
' sleeted. Mr. E. E. Hilliard a son of
our own county was elected Presi
' dent. Vice President, Messrs. Je
i rome Dowd and 11. A. Latham. Sec
j rctary and Treasure the present effi
cient incumbent Mr. J. B. Sherrill.
The next Convention goes to New
i Berne in May 1893. Thus on Fri
day morning the Editors of this State
left the City with many pleas,
i ant memories that will ever go back
to the Convention of July 1852. From
Charlotte a party of about forty of
the Association went to Washington
D. C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, New
York,|aud Niagra Falls. Your writer
| took iu Washington, Baltimore, PhiU
adhlphia. New York and a trip up
i the Hudson River. He visited the
White House Pension. Treasurer and
Patent buildings, The Washington
i Monument 555 feet high and many
j other places of h story, beauty, aud
interest which we have not rocui to
In New York we visited the Cen
tral Park, Greenwood Cemetery, the
Brooklyn Bridge which cost $16,000,-
000, and one of the most wonderful
pieces of combined genius of the
I world. The New York World aud
Sun buildings where tney inanufacs
ture papers not Print them. The
Museum, Talmage and Dixon Tab*
ernacles. The lm uiense A. T. Stewart
store, rode on the elevated Street
cars and saw sights that would make
the No;tl) Carolina country Editors
stand with mouth and eyes both
open. From there some of the party,
went to Niagra, and some up the
Hudson, The writei on the Hudson,
had one of the finest trips in Amer*
i ca, It has been well said that the
Hudson was the Rhine of America,
As you leave the foot of Liberty
street the boat glides smoothly along
and on either side of the placid
waters rises mound shaped mountains
1,000 to I,sooTeet high, capped witb
; green foliage, and on the less elevat
ed parts cau l>e seen the handsome
a mtuer residen es of Jay Gould, and
many other of the moneyed North-,
, On one side of the river, runs right
on llio water edge, the New York
Central R, R„ for more than one
! hundred mile 9 and on the other side
ean be seen the West shore road
; running likewise all the way, the
scenery is grand. We went to New
bury some seventy-five miles from New
( Y«rk, where we visited Waabingtou's
j old home, during the Revolutionary
war. There still remains the house
; with the piano in the parlor, and the
f ruetie chair on its porch, in which the
; father of our Country sat moro than
' once while the battles of the North
were going on lor liberty. Then
; our people knew no South or North,
t but all for one common cause stood
together for freedom, from there we
i took the West Shore Road to West
Point the selected spot for the
United States Military Academy, and
a more beautiful sublime Picturesque
place could not have been found even
among Switzarlauds grandest Moun*
taina. There we saw the various
•L-bool buildings in their perfect ar*
rangeraeota. The level smooth drill
ground*, tb« cadet camps etc. In
the main Hall were many portraits
of the noted Geuerals, and Military
men of this Lnion, who have gone
up for their rewards. We then took
the Steamer New York back to the
City of New York, and on Tuesday
I our faces turned homeaar 1, St »pp n;
at Philadelphia Baltimore and Wash
ington for want of space we cannot
even give brief ketches of the sight
of Cit it *
NEXT SESSION OF
4 * v
©mithfield, INT. O.
1 MRH Mil SCHOOL FDR
WILL BEGIN TUESDAY,
AUGUST 30, 181)2.
► This Instruction has English, Classical, Mathematical, Scientific,
and Business Courses, Equal in almost Every Respect to
Those of An}' School in th* State.
Hi 1 rail tyl'llTttl MM Ml®.
I . *
This school having out-grown its former accommodations, the
Principal purchased a site just outside the corporate limits
of the town and constructed on it,
A LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
' WHICH GIVES AMPLE ROOM FOK AT LEAST
Two Hundred Pupils.
THE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION
has been so enlarged as to make it equal to that of any school in the State.
After completing ife. boys and young men are prepared to enter the sopho
more class of any College in the State, or at the University. Girls i»nd
young ladies completing it, it is believed can graduate at any Female Col
lege in the State in one year. llt is noted with pride that the boys and
girls of this school take a high stand in the Colleges wherever they go.
Besides preparing boys and girls for College a finishing course has been
arranged for those who do no*, intend going to College, This prepares
them for the ordinary pursuits of life
Those wiio wish to become expert Telegraph operators and book-keepers
and business men will find the Business course suited to their needs.
"MENS SAXA IN COKPOKE SANA," a sound mind and a sound body, The
truth contained in these words induced the Principal to introduce a Mili
tary Department for the physical development of his pupils,
i 1 -
\ • _*
FREE MEDICAL ATTENDANCE.
Dr. R. I, Noble, first-class physician living in the town, has been secur
ed by the Principal look after the health of the boarding pupils ait all times.
This attendance is free or charge to the pupils except in those cases of
sickness when a seconk physician must be called. In such cases the pa
tient must nay the extra charges.
THE BOARDING DEPARTMENT
IS UNDER THE IMMEDIATE CONTROL OF THE PRINCIPAL.
EXPENSES »l SESSION (IF TEN MONTHS.
Incidental Fee . $2.00
Board, including furnished room, washing, lights and
fuel (10 mos.) SBO.OO or SB.OO per mo.
Tuition in Primary Department $30.00 or $2.00 H v '
TUITION IN COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT.
Freshman Class * $25.00 or $2.00 per mo,
Sophomore, Junior, or Senior Class \ 30.00 or 3.00 M "
Freshman Class ' $25.00 or $2.50 per mo, *
Sophomore, Junior, or Senior Class $35.00 or $3.50 per mo,
Freshman Class $30.00 or $3.00 per mo.
Sophomore, Junior, or Senior Class $40.00 or $4.00 per mo,
Freshman Class $30.00 or $3.00 per mo.
Sophomore, Junior, or Senior Class $45.00 or $4.50 per mo.
Tuition in Business Course (without Telegraphy) $3.00 per mo.
Tuition in Telegraphy $3.00 per mo, ,
Tuition in Book-Keeping alone 4 $1.50 per mo.
Tuttion in Writing alone s SI.OO per mo.
Tuition in Music $2.50 per mo,
Uuse of Piano i .50 per mo.
Board and tuition (or half of one month and half of the incidental Fee
must be paid at the beginning of each term.
The remainder of board and tuition must be paid monthly at end of each
Books can be obtained at Hood Bros, Drug Store in town at reasonable
Uniforms including ooats, pants, and caps are fijrniahed to the boys at
$15.00. This is the exact cost and is as good goods as can he bought for
the money anywhere.
f IRA. T- TTJRLINGKTOI*, Principal.
SMITH FIELD. N. C
4 « . . £, »
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_ .. I
i Low Middling
Stains 5 |
2nd Year $1.70 !
Yellow Dip $1.60
Coi'NTli Y PjtOMCE.
i Chickens 1 25c
Butter 20(" 2.3
Fear fe Yadkin Kail
IN EFFECT MARCH 29TH, 1891.
NORTH BOX* N l>.
No. 2, Daily Except Sunday.
I Leave Wilmington, 9.50 a in
Arrive Favetteville, l.«v» P r, i
! Leave Fayetteville, 3.00 p in
'Leave Sanford, P 1,1
1 Arrive Gjreensboro, 6..m p ui
Leave Greenslioro. 7.H>pni
Leave Walnut Cove, 9.00 p m i
Arrive Mt. Airy, 11.15 p in
.o 4. Daily Except Sunday.
Leave Eennettsville, 12.40 p in
Leave Maxtp'i, * 1-27 p m
Arrive Fayeteville, 2.57 p in
No. 1(5, Daily Ex«-ept Sunday.
Leave Ramseur, 7.2.» a in
Arrive Greensboro, 10.05 a m
Leave Greensboro, 10.45 a in
Arrive Madison, 1.05 p in
No. 12, Daily Except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 10.10 a in
Leave Walnut Covo 1.55 p in
Arrive Mt. Airy 7.55 p in
No, 14, Daily Except Sunday.
Leave Bennett sville 1.00 a in
Leave Maxton 4.2. r > a in
Arrive Favetteville 9.55 a in
No. 1, Daily Except Sunday.
Leave Mt. Airy. 'IOO a m
Leave Walnut Cave, S.U a in
Arrive Greensboro, 10.00 a m
Leave Greensboro, 10.30 a in
Leave Sanford, 12.45 p in
Arrive Fayetteville, 2.o> p m j
Leave Fayetteville; .'.>4 p in
Arrive Wilmington. 7.05 p ni
No. 3, Daily Except Sunday.
Leave Fayetteville, 2.11 p m
Leave Maxton, 3.32 p in
Arrive Bennettsville, 4.22 p in 1
No. 15. Daily Kxerpt Sunday.
Leave Madison, 2.45 p in
Arrive Greensboro 4..">5 p m
Leave Greensboro. 5,15 p in
Arrive Rainsenr, 8.10 p in
No. 11, Daily Except Sundas
Leave Mt. Airy 2.10 p m
Leave Walnut Cove 6.15 p in
Arrive Greensboro 0.30 p in
No. 13, Daily Except Sunday.
Leave Fayetteville 10.115' a in
Leuve Maxtou *'.3o p in
Arrive Bcnnettsville .05 p in
Train No. 2 connect at Sanford
with Seaboard Air for RaleiulK
Norfolk and all points North, and
East, nnd at Walnut o>vtv with the
Norfolk & Western It, X.. for Win
' ston-Salen. Roanoke sad all pomts
North and West of Rcflmoke.
Trail No, 1 connestfr at Walnut
Coye with Norfolk & Western R. R,
■ for Winsion -Salem. Kaanofee all
points North and West «f
and at Sanford with Scaftoffrd 1 Air
Line for Monroe, Chsribtt'e, Athens.
Atlanta and all po'sal* South- and
Pull man Palace Sleeping 1 Car on
I Seaboard Air Line trains and
! South from Sanford auburn Norfoftt A
j Western trains North rwuil Prom
Passengers from Wilreyregton, Fay
etterille, Maxton, Bennetteviile and
all noints sotofcb of Sanford will arriytj
at Raleigh at 11 :!.> A, Ntr and have
; 5 hours in Raleigb and reach bocae '
Ample time is given passengers \
for breakfast and supper at Fayett-j
eville, and dinner at Walnut Cove. I
W. L. KYLE,
J, W. FRY. Gen. Pass. Agent. 1
We authorize our advertised drug
gist to sell Dr. King's New Discov-|
ery for Consumption, Coughs and!
I Colds, upon this condition. If you j
are afflicted with a Cough, Cold
any Lung. Throat or Chest troudle,
and will use this remedy as directed,
giving it a fair trial, and experiunce
no l*enifit, you may return the bottle j
and have your money refunded, We
could not make this offer did we not •
know that Dr. Kiug's New Discovery
could be relied on. It oeyw disap
points, Trial bottlei free at Harper |
&. Hood's Drug Store. Large size!
50c aod ?100.
$5.00 CASH I
, GIVEN VWAY BY
D. H IIOOD. "
I Will give in CASH $2.50 to the Person raising
FROM SEED BOUGHT
$1.50 in CASH to the Second Largest
SI.OO " " Third
The CASH will be Paid December 25th, 1892,
I). H. HOOD'S DRUG STORE
Is HEADQUARTERS for Everything; in the
DRUG- Line, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles,
Stationary, School Books, Seeds, Tobacco,
3nuff. Cigars, etc.
D. H. IIOOD.
Y 01) NEk CO.
GENERAL FIRE AND LIFE
LONLON LIVERPOOL GLOBE,
VIRGINIA FIRE & MARINE,
NORTH CAROLINA HOMK AND SOUTHERN
Insurance Company of Louisiana,
Also the Old Reliable
The Best Company m Existence,
owiCK IN YOUNG BROS, STOKE.
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my eoH> 7*hy w&« ?■»rtt»lfly »*r&lyied three
s*«»r «KT fUteeW )>y »U bu not had e»y
*Jt*na tHooe toe took one bottle o
8M»-r*>mi«15p 'Ja»w. heartily thenk for It.
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Atertlfctng ?b» axnonnt of good ]ut«i 2mq|C4
j#wr» TVmM* bu don« mo, I foul it fednty.t*
**tify3o rte good qualiUe*. oa-iom
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smoking. haring born ho fc- w-twm ytut. TV*
of yoar medicine.! fait luuvtedfetely,, &ud
before I ©von uaeti a. wlx&la battle Ml, treruhUnt
and uneaeineei b*»i' I felt w«U,
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We rtes.re lossy to our citizen* ,
jtluvi for tears we have been sailing-
ID?, Kind's Sen Discover y ft>r. Con-.
;SJ»mption. I)r. King's Jife. IJil|»„,
Bucklcn's Arnica ScJ*o filtenxic
Hitters, and Ujkxe liQ«jUedi re- .
; medies tUa4 aolt. so weli.i o&, have -
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r|ic«e, -"¥At£da3* h&re m>u thefr greatu
J-jpopuhrrty QB . thtir merits.
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for elsewharßj.so oon;e a]png
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in ti6e beat c*de# v
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hand and will aeU thaa ttfjr ohsap
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I aga Uwwkfcj 5w >*a y«ej
patronage X tare roceirad, in the pasV
j and will try Ux mtsli a better in th*
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| my Ivs* of co»# and •«« m%
betme you for \am jQM r » to,
K. A JOHNSON,
DUNN, N. C
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