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Lai; *Cm emu*CU>* Mail Matter
Fkidat, Jine 7.1901.
Qor. McSweeney lias refused
to accept the the resignation?,
of Senators Tillman and Mc
Littleton Female College ex
pect* to have a new industrial
building, 60 by 80 feet 3 stories
high, ready for use by the time
of its fall opening.
There will be a Summer Con
ference of Christian workers at
liitleton Female Collego the
last week in July under the
auspices of the Christian
Teachers' League. Very low
rates of travel will be secured
and this will be a fine's
tnnitj for our readers ;to Visit
littieton, which is a very |H>p
ular summer resort
The money spent by a cily in
educational facilities is a first
rlass investment, when the
■choola arc wisely managed, for
We cannot thiak of anything
that would land to harm a city;
more than for it to fee known
abroad that its school facilities
r- are inadequate of a very poor
llie town i
will meet willi the citiKen* of;
Williamson, at the Court
House next Monday night. to
discuss the school question,;
It is very necessary that ouri
citizens .-houM conic out in lull
numl«er». and give their sup- I
port in this direction.- J
We arc- indeed gratified with
the promptness of our Com- '
musioncr* in acting upon tliis 1
all important question, and we' 1
feel confident that our people '
«re going to hack them strong- j
ly, and that success will crown'
their efforts. f,
June 3rd, 1901 I
II is again up to the CP*
nnbn it can produr- ,
fcrioty anst> , ' n '
ment o( I 1 ■* ~ a morc satis
lnj. .»• than its amend
.ic Piatt amendment, an
_ jieodent Cuban government is
a long ways off. Qen. Wood has
been instructed bj this govern
ment to ay to the Cuban Consti -
tntional Convention, in kind bnt
firm words that its attempt to
add all aorta ot things, incladipg
a clause about the Monroe doctrine,
to the ilatt amendment, was re
garded ia Washington as childish
ness which it would be well not to
lvpeat; that the Piatt amendment
mart be accepted as it passed Con
gieas,or not all. They will do well
to be eareful, aa there ia a dispo
sition ia administration circles to
lie impatient with them, which
may not result to their advantage.
fiec'y Hay has instructed. Ambas
sador Choate to issue American
passports to two Filipino# in lx>n
doa,who/bad applied for them and
beea refused, and the Departnienl
cf State is now preparing a general
letter 4 instructions to all U. S
Miaisters to issue passports to all
ledHsata of our island possessions
who apply for them. This is on tin
general ground that acta of tlx
g£. late Congress give residents of tlx
islsnda those rights, superceding
AeU.B. sUtoes which prohibit
tha Mining of passports to any bul
Capt. Geo. Bry«, who recently
£etaraed from the Phillipines,
•hero he served with the Volun
tas** thinks, the islands hare s
gpst faton. Ueiiiil: "Iconsidei
jjf • T e*"j favorable sign that so
many of oar boys are remaining in
the Phillipioes. after the expira
tiok of their r terms of enlistment.
TbiVare the tuen who will devel
op t«e country sad iu time con
vert it into American territory til
for statehood lam no believer in
the notion that the Filipinos will
never be tit for American citften
ship. Fix a just educational, test,
and the Filipinos who pass it, will
be as desirable citizens, as werf
the negroes when the right of fran
chise *« cuuferred upon them.
Knowledge of the English lan
guage should be one of the chiel
features of the test, lor in learning
English the Filipinos will get an
adetjuate idea of American institu
tions. I believe that in a quarter of
a century, the Filipino youths who
sre now in school, wjll be as fit for
citizenship as is the average negro,
and much superior to many Ital
ians and other foreigners whom we
admit into the the U. 8. aud al
low to vote after a few years re
sidence. I cannot sec that there is
such a thing as a Philippine Prob
lem-It seems to me that the course
is straight away UIK ad, and that
»nly time is necessary.coupledwijh
wise and just government, to work
ftut inevitable results that will be
to the everlasting glory of the
Although the Attorney General
kas given an opinion that claims
resulting from the destructi n ot
the battleship Maine arc nutiona|
md not personal, and are barred
Mr the treaty of Paris, the Maine
are still being filed with
ihe Spanish Claims Commission,
»y sailors who survive and by the
leirs of those who lost their li?es.
>pini.Mi differs as to whether the
Attorney General's opinion will
K upheld,but the chances arc that
t will be, as it would be very ein-
Mrrassing to this government to
iiave. the question of rc£|>on«iibility
or the destruction of the Maine
[Kissed on by the Spanish ClaiifiH
om illicit.ii, Kgardless of how it
night be decided.
The President of Venezuela inunt
not be kept well |**ted on the acti
tiinent of iIK' L.S. (tovcrnnicnt.
It he bed Leon, lie would have t'B
- the humiliation of being
officially iuf. rnicd that the 1 1 .
t'ovemment unreservedly indorsed
»cts of U. S. Minister l,,o(jiiiis. tlia
ihe President of Yeuexulea had
!iarchly criticised in a published,
iiterview. It has been officially an
lonnced that Minister Loomia,who
snow on a vacation, will not re
urn to Vcnexuela, hut will be
iren a place elsewhere in the Dip
Mr. i has. A. Moore,Pr'
i« American Tariff * ; ; ..identof
- with Uw P- - League, who
ie trip t- .evidential party oil
~ the Pacific Count, is the
. mail oi prominence (e do
clair that tho President was no
longer an extreme protectionist.
Speaking on the subject, Mr.
Moore, after highly commending
the President's efforts for tho ex
tension of commercial reciproci
ty, said: "The thing to do is to
keep lully abreast of the times,
aud whenever wc can do so advan*
tageonsly, wc should negotiate
real reciprocity treaties that will
allow us to sell our surplus pro
ducts. If wc take off duties a mount
ting to SIOO,OOO, we must bo ns
snred in advance that we are going
to get SIOO,OOO worth oi trade in
return. We are. manufacturing a
great deal more than we can use
np at home,and the time will come
before long when thisover-prodno
tion would be felt by us. It is the
province of statesmanship to so leg
islate aa to constantly increase our
markets outside of ftie U. S. We
can't get a great deal from our
European and Asiatic neighborc
for nothing. We cannot eat our
cake and have it, tio. We've got
to give what to the other fellow
will be an equivalent lor anything
valuable he gives its. This is just
where true reciprocity comes in."
Tbe Ptmdent tells Senators and
Representatives that he not
wiah to c*U an extra session J
Congieas, but is cot £ur« that
one can be avoided.
DROVE 54 MILES
Struck Out 9 fWit. ami One Rue
On aa Empty Stomach.
The came of toll last Tneada r
V" adreitweil la last week's iaaae
to take place Thursday (6th). Moa
■lay morning oar "Manager repaired
* telegram from the manager of
Greenville team asking bin to play
them Tuesday instead of Tknraday,
as it Was impossible lor tliem to
play on the latter day. Tbi« rsq«e«
was granted, and a teh-giam ««
sent to Mr. Jl. O. Jordan i-t Dnnn,
asking him to |>itcb the game on
Tuesday. Mr. Jordan replied lla
lie would route.
Monday night at twe'we o'clock
Jordan wa* lo Itockv Mount. II.JI
past seven o'clock Tue«day moti.ui,
Jordan was still in llock.t Mom I
and the earlieat train that he coultl
get to Williamston on arrived here
at 6:55 p.m. The gauie was to t»e
called at 430 p. si. Jordan wirel
our Manager that ha had lieen
left, freight train would not bring
him. The reply to this message wa>:
Drive through. Take fre-ili horse at
Tatboro; one at Uobcraonvil|* ; wil I
have another to meet you at Kv«r
etts. Jordan replied, «f leave at
once.'' This was 930 a.m. »u.l mil y
54 miles had to be covered in 7
honra. The horse that Jordan drove
from Koeky Mount to Tarboni must
be a "has been" 18 miles in three
boars and twenty-five minutes.
When he reached Tarlioro a horse
and buggy had been waiting for
him for one hour and a half; be
stepped from one baggy to the other
and Mart*d on hi# joarnev. At
Koltersoiiville, another fr*vb horse
wa* wilting Tor In in, to take bun to
Kverett*. tV|.«n he rearbed Kver
efts, tjie team th.it bid lieeti sent
lo meet him, bad mantd Itaek, and
was in town r hen Jordan ri-aehotl
Kveretts. He ii lepbun*! «i,..
Manager that lie was there itn.p
would slart on, and for him to seii-l
team to meet linn, thi« wa* ilrie
Mid the teams met about half way..
Jordan donned his uniform at ho
ea:ne in town and arrived «'i the
ball field n|. r > 30 ready for bi*. lie
sent in theliox in the Alii inning,
(truck out 9 man and mad a a ru > A
Sot a very tod showing for a n
fflio hadn't eateu anything m
•'> miles; II men, and
HI empty stomach. * '
Mr. J. B. Cobr.ru fo n ami |.
J L. \\Wr weat lo |t.,br» .d
SiiuUay. .. . „
Vie. A. \ Smi(h Went to Witon
Farmers urn a boot tltr.n .li eh ■ •
»">g cotton. Cro|* a „, k,„. r
it piesent. i *
It. T. Taj lor i« on tli*
reek. - . »iek l»»t tbia
JOT f ——
,vE TO PENSIONERS
In accordance with au act of I lie
ast General Assembly, all persona
now 011 the confederate pension
list, cither soldiers, or widows of
soldiers, will be required lo make
new application before
Hoard of Pension* at the court
House iu Williamston, on or In-fine
tint Monday iu July, 1901, all sorb
as are unable to attend hi penon ,
shall wnd a certificate from »
creditable physician, living and
p:acticing medicine, in the com
munity in which said applicant
shall reside, that the applicant is
unable to attend.
COI-STV ItoABD OF PKKSIOJiS.
WANTKI) An Agent in your
County for our Novelty Show Card
Signs. Agents arc in. ;king $4 to $7
per clay. Only one agent appointed
in a County. Send 15c for sample,
terms, and catalogue. The Echo
Novelty Co. licbo. New York.
A PATHETIC PICTURE OF TifE
AIUND NEf> FARM
There is a deep pathos in t v e
picture i«y W.' L Taylor, cal ed
"The Passing of the Farm." which
appears in the June issue of The
Ladies' Home Journal. The bowed
antl sad faced figure of the lonely
widow, standing with one haffii en
the open door of the waiting coach
while she takes a long last look *t
her old home, makes a strong ap
peal to the feelings The sad No
vember sky, the distant misty ills h
the closed house, the deserted
barns, and above all . the dejected
figure, bring • 1 '
.'/ - ,
R *- >•' - -A
I linsolvent I Jtmt
list of laaolvawt Tun of Martin
Uoonty for tha year 190 f—
W T Bart Loft Coast/ 9319
BBrmdlord * * 2 01
Tbos Boctoo u - 200
K L Downing « « 203
F C Ferrell « « 2 00
W C Ferr.ll •« - 44
B B Hearne f - 2 00
Henry Jim ** * 202
Lovie A Jobm . ..JO
llsti Iv knight - lefteoanly 200
W K M »I!in In Triton 2 00
'V T Moor* L»ft County 2 13
JStiniw I«*ft connty 2 00
I «hn H* v >g* " " "2 00
j Todd D»vl 211
A J l>r>r.,pr L(h Connty J 75
Atr.w II JiHw " *• 2 CV)
Wm K R»el u 2 00
tfenry Perry JO' 1
Jonaa Perry 23
W, II Bennett 17
Taeep'i ft Kenn*} Left Connty 2 00
Ultude Baker u - 1 l«
'Viley Dnur, 2 01
100 Mlf ](|t county 1
Albert II >!luv •* " 2 W'i i
FTenry IwVh*n , 200
Harry Mel, in left county 217
Kenneth I'age 2 00
Vfm M ltay left connty 200
Qeo R Robartoa 2 00
Warrao Roberaon 2 00
AJanto Roger* Left (J, jmfy 2 f2
tlenry Blade 2 DO
Terry Thaaaa left connty 200
Crow Boad *» Toiraabip •
fHOuwi- T joH County 200
P-rrv Everett 00
Wm R veil 17
' A V", L»fl Btate . 2OH
'Villi. Hb rrnl Mihtn f 200
'obnW utMfl left county * H
kV R ' ffhitafcr * ° 2°
T W Andrew* 3 C®
Tbeo Brown left county 2 10.
J II Bunting 2 01k
WO Bland 2331
RCHeat left conntf 200
A T Crow - 2 33
Colin Danifl " « 213
Sam Davenport" " 200
Gray E.uon « -«• 200
lame* Ellenor* « 2 OU
Asa Crimea > •• 44 v 200
Itickaid Grime*" 44 22S
I' 1J •' >'iee dead « is!
I Jolt** lift county) "0
V T M.nrit 2 1 •
now Mo >ribg left co fluty 2*>
liylwt M«K y " i* '33
H R d m J 200
levy It.Wrwm |*f 200
f ji»rt'i Ric« *' * 17
R S all- (to 2 27
lobtrl Willi* •_ 20"
\>be Woiten left conuty 210
1* »|dai' fa'ai To* nrbip
Vl*r Batom M «0
5 S Bowen 4«r*l * 2»• I
litutea "arr*/[ lett county 2to|
Jbas 1 Muter » « St-oj
lUndy t-.rimco 07
Ata J'.-iibjng* tlrad 2 Oil j
HWn SWppard 2 00
II imiftcn To«a«hi|»
l»F Urown WtMnty 2 25
IVUr E Dnvi# '• •• 2 00
U I» Everett •* * 3 43
R F Hooker •* " 200
WTUookar >• '! • 200
Ed Hollay 14 - «20
Cleveland Joaea 2fo
Ifobrrt Kaig'it " " 200
JoLa Piko ,•* **■ 22
U*ea B|>ruiH Jr 4*aS 9«9
Carey Baatl»uod left maty i.OO
William i'boma* 44 ** 209
tbeo We«tbcr*bo% 2 0V
Gooaa Umi Ibwaakip ~_
Uetiijr Brawn •»- Wttcounty 200
Jjh i Bf!l u u S 00
lt>nry Coward " " 219
Jim Dolberry 41
J G Glover 2 OS
Jamea Uarrell J 00
W O Howard kit connty M
J F Johnson 200
Ricbaid Jonea 09
Mh A Lynch error V- 27
Drew Manning left county 202
Steren 3harrod * »* 202
Henry Salnbury t # 209
Bennett Wiliiaw 190
_ r ~~ii~47
Total Insolvent* in
' CrawUrl, Skoriff
ApjrjveJ b> the Board of Con~
minNObera, of Mnctin Connty , and
oeiswd to ba published Recording to
the provision j of law.
This 21>t day of May 1901..
W. 0. Manning,
Clerk to Board-
Dyspeptics canrot ba long lived be
cause to live require* nourishment.
Food ia not nourishing until it ia di
gested. A diao; dared stomach cannot
j digest food, It aaat have aaaiatanca.
1 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests all
kinds of food without aid from the
•tosuch, allowing it to rest and re
gain ita natural function.lta element*
am exactly the came aa the natural
digestive fluids and it aimplj :an't
Lelp but do you good. (J. D. Caratar
TO MOUNTAIN AND SEA
SIIOKK RESORTS. .
VIA SKABOABD AIR LIME BAILVAY.
Before completing arrangement* for
jour cummer trips or deoiding upon
|'l ice- at which 'o spend Ilia summer,
T'«u should rail on Picket Agents and
I'assrngei R*pn-senix lives of the Sea
board A r Line Railway. The/ are
specially prepared to furnish infor
in Mion to Icwest rates, quickest
schedule and most attractive routes
to the Mountain R-»j«nris in Western
North Carolina and S.>ull - 7t:jt, Vir
:inia, aho io I'I» B*«'iorp Iteaorl* of
Vie*. Vugtnia Beach, Old
IVnt Co.«r .• I, th I Eis'ern Re*
-oris along the Jersey and
■jtn«r popular pi art>a:h«d vt » the
•Seaboard A>r Luie Railway. This
Company u L>.rer run than
ever with perfect tram service and
fast through schedule*. It will inter
eat and benefit you to call on He*
board Air Lia* Railway Agents.
"The Doc'.ora told me my cough
waa incurable One Minute Cough
Cur* made me a well man." Rorri*
Silver, North Stratford. N. ll.—Be
cause you've not found relief from a
stubborn cough, don't d**p»ir. On*
Minute Cough Cure ha* cared thou*
eand* and it will cure yon. Safe and
■ure. C. D. Ca'ctarph n.
CENTRAL AOADEM Y'
an Industrial and Training School
lor boys ami young men, will be
gin its annual session Oct. Ist 1901.
Young men desiring to go to
school and pay in part with work
may write to us at Oxci. Twenty -
01. e are desired immediately; 6 lor
farm woik, 6 for carpenter's work,
4 for aud -plastering, f
for painting and 1 or 2 for printing
For further particulars address
REv. Chas. a. Taylok, Principal,
Littleton N C. tf
Si?M Yuri ii Bed.
••Will wonder* **«r eeaa*?" inquire
the friends of Mrs. L. °f Eaw
r»-nce, K»a. Thev ktew *he had be*n
unable to leave her bed in seven years
on account of kidney and liver
troubie.nervous prostration and g*n>
•-r«l but, 4 'l'hree bottles of
JSectri*' Bitters enabled me to walk/'
»ii* write'," mid in three months I
felt like a new person. ' Women suf
tVfiig from Headache, Backache,
:h dv, Faiuting an I D;*iy Spell* will
j fiitd it * | 'i ieelesa Mewing. Try il.
[■S«tLf»al»«w i* |iiir*»i«idrji. S. f**l
1 & Co Only 30 cent*.
Siiruba growing In a po r- oil sel
dont 1 roduce bright high-tolored
dowers l! nerally tj»e application
of manure ,n libe»ai quantities will
impro- e their color lion filing* and
scales luliiHttd about a black
smith San* il hare a toidfiu y to in
tensify the color of many pia.nts, if
i!wg into the soil about their roots
June Ladies' Home Journal.
The billion*, tired, aervooa man
cannot successful I r eomplet* with his
healthy rival. DaWiU'* Little Early
BUsca the famous pilU for constipa
tion will remove the cause of your
trouble*. O. D. CamUrphen.
MS LIFE SAVEI
Bf Claakfrlaii's CiHc, ttslira iH
* I am ««re that Chamberla in'*
Colic. Cholera and Rem
edy at one time saved my U*,"
says A. E. Lafalette, d Gregory
Landing, Clark county, 'Missouri.
"I was in such bad shape that th*
doctors said I could not liv.e. When
I was at ttve lowest ebb, one of my
neighbor* brought in a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and I took it
aod got instant relief. I soqii got
up and around. That was nine
years ago and I am *4 ill in good
health. Since then that meJicjne
baa always been in my home and
always wilt be. It is the best on
earth." For sale by N. S, Ptel & Co.
Sms In Hm Mh.
"Our little daughter bad »» almost
fatal attack of whooping Cough and
bronchitis," Writes Mm W. K. HUi*
land, of Ana oak, N. V., "but, when
all other rcmediee foiled, wo saved
her life with Dr. Ring'e New Dis
covery. Oar n«i«e who had Conwmp
tioa in an advanced (tag*, also need
this wonderful medicine and tad ay,
■ha ia perfectly/ wall.*' Desperate
throat and long dieeißes yield to Or.
King's J»ew Discovery as to no olhsr
medicine on earth. Infallible for
Coughs and Colds. 50c and 91.UU
bottles guaranteed by N. S. Peel &
Co. Trial bottles free.
* ~T '
• hunat to ba# Notice U hereby (ivm that
■ppUoliM will br wdt to the Board of County
Oniiauaown to (rant to the uuderaigned
Ikrnt to retail aptrituu«t« add ault liquor* Mr
aU aoatha, br|W>| Jmlj tat, i»m the village
of llaiaell. N C . ia Martia county.
Thi* Say J'xh. lyei.
34-40 r. t. HAISLIP.
DMi't Marry for Koney.
The lloeton m«n, who lately mar
ried a sickly rich young woman, i*
happy now, for he got Dr. King's
New Life Tills, which restore ! her to
perfect health. Infallible for Jaun
dice Billiotuoeu, Materia, Fever and
Ague and all Liver and Stomach
troubles. Usntle but effective. Only
25c at N. S. Peel & 00.
Fur*aant loiU« Notice is hereby given that
ap|>lkalkw will be ma«le to the hoard of County
CnmmLvioarr* to grant to the nmler*ign*!
license to rirtnil aptritaon* and malt liquor* for,
month*. htfiafoK Juljrl*!. lyN, at the Taylor
-»torr in Martin roacty
Thi* May iUH, 19a!.
i 4 4® J. J. WKAVKR tk CO
1 WORTHY S'JCCSSOR.
"tatttfciaf In Mir 111 Su.
All Doctor* have tried tn curs oA
TAURAD by the as* of powders,
acid gaaes.iabalers and ding* in paste
form. Thfir powders dry np the am
cuoita membranes causing them to
crack open and bleed. The powerfu
acid used in the inhalers have entire
ly eaten away the same membranes
that their makers have aimed to. cure,
while pastes and ointments cannot
rt>ach the disease An old and ex|>er v
ienced practitioner who has for many
years made a close atudy and special
ty of the treatment of cATTARAH
baa at last perfected a treatment
which when fai|h'ul!y used, not only
reliever at onte, but permanently
cures CATARRAIf, by removing the
cause, stopping the discharges and
curing all inll im mat ion. It is the only
remedy known to science that actual
ly reaches the afflicted parts, This
wonderful remedy is known AS
"SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED
CATARRAH cURE," and is sold at
the extremely low price of One Dol
lar, each package contaiting infernal
and external medicine sufficient for a
fill juonths treatment and everything
necessary to its perfect use.
"SNUFFLES" is the only perfect
cATAIiRAH cURE ever made and
id now recognised as the only safe
and positive care for that annoying
and diagustiag disease .It also cores
inflammation quickly sol perman
ently ani ia also wonderfully quiik
to relieve IIAV FEVEIt or cOLI) in
the HEAD. '
cATARKAH when neglected often
leads to CONSUMPTION—'SNUF
FLES'' will save you if you use it at
is no ordinary remedy, but a
complete treatment which is positive
ly gOaranteed to sura cITAjIRAH
in any form or stage if used according
to the directions which accompany
eacb package. Don't delay but send
for it at ones, and write fall particu
lars as to your condition,aod jroo will
receive special advice from the dis
coverer of this wonderful remedy re
garding your caae witluui cost to you
befepd the regular price of "SNUF
FLES" the "GUARANTEED CA
Sent prepaid to any address ia the
United States or Canada cn receipt of
One Dollar. Address Dept. C49I,ED
WIH B: Gilks & 00., 2330 and 2382
"Of a gosoline stove burned » )•»}?
here frightfully," writes U. E. Pal
mer, of Kiikaaa, Ia- "The best doc
tor* couldn't heal the running sore
that foiloPld, but Buckien'a Arnica
Salve entire!/ cored 2pr," Infallible
JbrCplis Corns. Sorjss. Boils, PriMe*?
Skin Diseases and Piles. 26c at N- 8.
Peel A Company.
WQB LD - RENOWNED PARKER
are manufactured by D- B. Pgrfcer,
RobersoiuriUe, N C. You can't buy
a better baggy for (he same money.
Wfey order y«ur Uuggjes from a dis
tance whan you can get a better
one, right In yoor own county, for
less money? I
[A. C. L.
ATLANTIC COAST USE *- K. COMrAXY.
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
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. At. Rocky Ml i 951 •- I
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' I,v Kockv Mt .... LOS 10 OJ! «• iJ J ijj T J Jt
; U.ivc Wilson itv 10 40, J•« J 57" *•
Leave Sclma > n 11 iv
T». Kayeturville. 4 J"»| U JJL
Ar. Florence ..." 7 a. 1 ) a4O
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Ar. («>lUhoro... .... 7 59
IwV. Goldaboro L.. *45 Jja
l.v. Magnolia f. 7i' *SS
» Ar. Wi.miuctoK. ! 920 600
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r TRAINS GOING NORTH.
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L». Florence J... j»! 1 X>,
Lv. FaytUiwiuc.. i* 15' 9 4«
p . Uavtiftttii «... 1 y»| 11 35
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9 Lv. Wilmington . —' 7•• •3S
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I Leave Wilaoti ..... as; 5 '* •i •• 45 ■«•
Ar. Rocky Mt .... 3 > 610 »» 45 «« >3 I %S
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Yadkitt DirUion Main Line—Train leave# WU
miiiKtuti. 9 oJa ui., arrive* Kl)tWefHk iaoj p.
UJ , leave» Fayetteeille ia J5 P ■» .
I furil 14; p. w. Kctumtug leave* Sanford 3*5 P
■ ni . arrive l ayetteviile 4x> p. m.. leave Nytlla
-1 vUle 4ju p n, ai tjres U'iliamgtuM v'SP-"-
Beniiettawtlte »:rancH—Traiu leave» Uennetta*
ft eitle HOS a in , Max ton 905 a. m , Red Sprinfi
' 9Si a n»., I*arktou 1041 a m , Hope Mill* 1035*.
ra.,airiNC I'uetUvUk 11 10. Returning leave*
Fayettevilk: 443 1* » Hope MtlU soup «n . Red
Sptir.jTt "i a% p. m . Maaton t 16 p. m.. arrive* lea*
netuvillc 7 15 p. ui. . ■'»
Coonection at l'ayelleville with train No. Tt, at
Max ton willi Carolina Central Railroad, at Red
Spring* witlt the aud Uumaaore tmU
road, at Sauforti with the Seaboard Air Mae aad
Soul IK tn Railway, at GuU with the Dartuua aad
Train on tiie Scotland Neck Branch Road leaves
Weldon t 53 P n»., Halifax 4 i?p. in., arrivea Scot
land Neck 5 OH p. nv., Greenville 6 57 p. Ria
•ioti 7 53 p. n». Returning leave* Kiaatua
Greenvtlfe b 5a a. tn , arriving at Halifax 14.1b a.
at., Weldon 11 33 a. in., daily except Baad»/.
Tntin* ou Washington Branch leave Watliiaf
tou b 10 a. m , and 2 j* p a., arrive Fanaele 9 i«
' a. m,400 p. m., retnmina leave Fanaele 933 a.
tn , and 6 30 p. in., arrive Waahingtaa naa a. ai.
and 7 » p ui , daily except Soadaj. * r
Train leave* TbrUu N. C., daily except Baa
-1 day 530 p. m , Sunday 4 »5 P- wrivea F»v
mouth 7 40 p. in., 6 10 p. m., Returaiag. leaven
l*lvmouth daily except Sunday, 7 y> a. aad
Sunday 900 a tn , arrive* Taitoro 10 m a. a.,
nuoa. m ...
Train 011 Midland N.C Branch leave* Golda
horodaily, except Sunday. a. m., amviae
Sraithfu id 6 10 a. m , Rrtuining Iravea Smithßeftd
700 a.m., arrive* r.oldstMsro S a. m.
Truiu* on Nashvi.k- linnch leave Rocky Moaat
at v \u a. in., 340 p. iu.. arrive Naahville 10 *> a.
ni p. m.» Spring hope 11 00 a. at.. 4 *5 P. *-a
Retui uiiiK leave Spttng Hope 11 aoa. m.4 55P «-
Naslnille 11 45 » w.5 *5 P m -. •"ive at Rocky
Mount 12 10 p. n. ( 6uop.m..daily except Sunday.
Tiuiu 011 Clintou biauch leave* Warsaw lor
Clinton daily, except Sunday. 11 40 a. n».. and 4 aj
p. in., Retur'ui:ig leave* Clinton 645 a. m , aad
Tiaiti No. 7S makes cloae connection at Weldoa
for all poiut* North daily, all rail via Richmoad.
H. M. KM KB BOW.
Geu'l l'a*M-nger Agent.
J. R. KENI«Y, Oen'l Manager
T. M. KMKRSON, Traffic Manager.
Digests what yon eat.
This preparation contains all ot the
dlgestanta and digests all klnde of
food. It Rtvei Instant relief and new
fails to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want. The most sensitive
stomactis can take It. By lis use Inacy
tbotisundn of dyspeptics tuve btsa
cured after everythlnit else tailed. ||
is uuc-(ju illcd for all stomach trovkiaa.
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Paranant to Law NoUca ia >«w>n mti )Ju
application will t* made to tk* board of CHHD
Cam 111 isatoners to graat to the nailiii||aii
licrnac to retail »pkihion» aad malt lli|»ara tor
six moaths, htginlai July l«t, lyai. 0 the J.
Rohcrs JU« Store ia Gold Mat Martia coaatjr.
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T S ST ALUS aCO
Men and women of rood addreaa to it|»ma
oa, aorac to travel appointing areata, other* fat
local work lacking after oar intereeto. Sjaaaalaiy
gnarantord yearly: extra commtotaoee aad ca
penm, r,pj;l advancement. M catohliaMf
to aecure plcasanV permaaent po'.nioa. libers
income and future. Sew, brilliaht ittev Wrg
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