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This illustr vted monthty contains
thirty-two to forty pages each number
of enjoyable and helpful literature and
pictures, equally suited to Sundays and
weekdays The editor, “Pansy,” will
furnish a new serial to run through the
The Golden text stories will be con
tinued under the title of “A Dozen of
Them.” Margaret Sidney will contrib
ute a serial called
THE LITTLE RED SHOP,
telling how Jack and Cornelius and
Rosalie earned money to help mother
take care of baby. There will be. more
“Great Men,” and more “Remarkable
Women.” Faye Huntington will write
of flowers and plants in
MRS. brown’s botany CLASS.
Rev. C, M. Livingston will furnish
stories of Great Events. Discoveries,
Invention.s, etc. A novel feature will
be a story hy eleven different a-utkors.
R. M. Alden will direct a new depart
ment of Church, Sabbath School and
Missionary News, The present depart
ments will continue and new ones be
ONLY $1.00 A YEAR.
Specimens free to intending suhscrii'
ers. Address orders to
D, LOTHROP & CO., Publishers,
Boston, Mass. ! U. S. A,
A GOOD TIME TO SAVE MONEY !
I Am Now Offering My Entire Stock Of
Clothing, Hats & Furnishing Goods
' A —11
THE NEW STORE.
T Have in stock and foe
sale, as cheap as can be bought else
Less Than Factory Price
OLDEST AND BEST
EELI&IOTJS And SEOULAE
NATIONAL AND EVANGELICAL,
All The News, Vigorous Editorials.
A trustworthy paper for businessmen.
It has special departments for Farmers,
Sunday-school Teachers and House
THE EEW YORK OBSEEYEE
will contain a new and never before
published series of Irenseus Letters,
regular correspondence from Great
Britain, France, Germany and Italy,
Letters from Mission Stations in India,
China, Japan, Africa and Micronesia,
original articles from men of influence
and knowledge of affairs in different
parts of this country, and selected arti
cles from the choicest literary and re
ligious publications,in poetry and prose.
A new volume, containing a second
Series of Irenjeus Letters,' a sketch of
the author, and a review of his life and
work, has been published.
We shall offer this year special and at
tractive inducements to subscribers and
NEW V ORK OBSERVER,
I^ov. 27—New York
I DON’T INTEND TO CAREY OYER ANY GOODS, SO'IN ORDER TO CLOSE OUT
Spring & Summer Goods,
NOW ON HAND. I WILL SELL THEM FOR THE NEXT 60 DAYS AT LESS THAN
IT COST TO MANUFACTURE THEM. I HAVE A LARGE LOT 01
BOY’S AND OHILDEBY’S CLOTHING
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Spices,
Canned Goods, Molasses,
Syrup, Cured Hams,
PLAIN and FANCY CANDIES,
Brown’s Buckets, Tin-ware, Laun- (
dry Soap, Glass Lamps, Burn-
THAT wild BE SOLD AT MOST ANY PRICE. I ALSO HAVE A LARGE LOT
OF HATS IN SOFT AND STIFF.^ ALLTHE LATEST STYLES & COLORS.
Wilmington & Weldon R. E.
Office General Superintendent,
Wilmington, N. C.,Nov. 18,1883. J
On and after Nov. 18th, 1883, at 1.05 a.
m., Passenger Trains on the Wilming
ton Ac Weldon Railroad will run as fol
DAY MAIL AND EXPRESS TRAIN DAILY.
Nos. 47 North and 48 South.
• Lve Wilmington, 8 53 a m
Arrive at Weldon, 2 31 p m
L’ve Weldon 3 00 p m
Ar Wilmington 8 40 p m
FAST THROUGH MAIL AND PASSENGER T’NS.
Daily—No. 40 South.
Leave Weldon . .. - 5 50 p m
Arrive atWilmington, 10 25 p m
yATTi AND PASSENGER TRAINS DAILY.
No. 43 North.
Leave Wilmington 8 00 p m
Arrive at Weldon 2 20 a m
Mail and Passenger Trains—
Nos. 45 and 42.
Lve Wilmington 12 80 a m
Ar at Weldon 6 30 a m
Lve Weldon 1 05 a m
Ar at Wilmington 6 55am
Train No. 40 South will stop only a
Wilson, Goldsbo to and Magnolia.
Trains on T^boro Branch, Road
Leave Rocky Mount for Tarboro at
1.20 p m and 4.30 p m, daily. Re
turning, leave Tarboro at 3 p. m. and
10 a. m, daily.
Train on Scotland Neck Branch Road
leaves Halifax for Scotland Neck at
3 25 p. m. Returning - leaves Scotland
Neck at 8 30 a. m., daily, "
Train No. 47 makes close connection
at Weldon for all points North Daily.
All rail via Richmond, and daily except
Sunday viaffiay Line. ’ -
Train No. 43 runs daily and makes
close connection for all points North via
Richmond and Washington.
All trains run solid between Wilming
ton and Washington, and have Pullman
Palace Sleepers attached.
For accommodation of local travel a
Passenger Coach will be attached to
Local Freight leaving Wilmington at
6 65 a m daily except Sunday.
T. M. EMERSON. J. F. DIVINE,
Gen. Pa‘»8.Agt, Gen. Sup*i
YOURS VERY TRULY,
era and Wicks, Red C. Oil,
Patapsco and DeSoto
Corn, Meal, Oats, Ship Stuff, Bran,
CHICKENS AND EGGS !!
Fresh BUTTER a Specialty!
j8^"Send in your orders.
J^^Goods delivered promptly, free
of charge !
J. R. I>ITTS.
C. M. VANSTORY, Manager.
GREENSBORO, N. O.
' $4b50 a TTMAK
!HE MIL! mi
Regardless of Cost I
South Gbeensboeo, N. C.
June 23, 1887. tf
C. F- & T. V, RAILWAY
The Cheapest Daily Paper in the South.
The Weekly has been enlarged and
the price reduced to 75 cents a year,
The cheapest weekly paper published.
The Sunday issue and weekly edition
both for one year, for $1.50. The two
are cheaper and better than a semi-
weeklv, as you get one daily issue and
a weekly for 50 cents less than any semi
Daily sent free two weeks and Weekly
one month free. Spend one cent for a
postal card and order one or the other
on trial. Address
f 8 3m Richmond, Va,
Goods Must Go!
- - of their friendi, v>
- ve.Ly mail. Staple
receipts, trash or jewelry, butgocAs that reta.fforfs.ij.
• offer and -
cy, but goods reian *
1 fortune to you. Certain Satit/AdtiJn.
>l7 Co.. Drawer »«, BUFFALS, CL .
SEND FOR SAMPLE COPIES.
THEY COST NOTHING.
The News and Observer,
EALEIGH, N. 0.
The largest, best and cheapest paper
published in the State. Telegraphic ac
counts of all interesting events from
every part of the world.
Full Market Reports. A paper for
every family. Established 1872—and
gets better every year.
Send your name, Postoflfice address
and $2.00 for one year; $1.00 for 6
Every North Carolinian should take
it. The livest, most progressive paper
iu the State.
THE WEEKLY NEWS-OBSERVER.
Raleigh, N. C.
$100 A WEEK.
Ladies or gentlemen desiring pleasant
profitable employment write at once.
We want you to handle an article of do
mestic use that recommends itself to
every one at sight. STAPLE AS
FLOUR. Sells like hot cakes. Profits
300 per cent. Families wishing to prac
tice economy should for their own bene
fit write for particulars. Used every
day the year round in every household.
Price within reach of all. Circulars
free. Agents receive SAMPLE FREE.
Address DOMESTIC MT’G CO., Blari-
on, Ohio. • oct25d&w6m
ALL NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS
Are being sold REGARDLESS OF COST! as we want to
make room for coming Stock of
China & Glass-ware.
WE HAVE LOTS OF GOODS ON HAND THAT ARE NEW
AND FRESH, CONSISTING OF .
Napkins; Table Damask, and Towels;
Corsets, Hose, HdKfs, Fans, Collars, &c.
—A BIG RUN IN—
Black Kid Gloves, Ladies and Gentlemen’s Pocket Books,
—THAT MUST GO ! ALSO—
Satchels & Shoping Bags,
And thousnds of other things, entirely too numerous to mention.
Call at once to secure bargains, as these Goods are going very
fast. A call will convince you that I mean what I say.
W. T. CHICHESTER,
OPPOSITE BENBOW HALL,
jane 28 tf GREENSBORO, N. C.
GOl^DENSED SCHEDULE NO. -23.
Taking eft'ect 6, a. m., Monda}’, May 30, 1SS7.
TRAINS MOVING NORTHl
Ar Walnut Cove..
Pass. & Fr’iit &
1015 a m
1 00 pm
5 15 a m
9 30 a m
1 40 pm
Passenger and Mail Dinner at Fayetteville.
TB.AINS MOVING SOUTH.
Pass. & Fr’iit &
_ Mail. Ac'u.
Lv Walnut Cove
Passenger and Mail Dinner at Sanfor^.
Factory Branch—Preight & Aco’n
2 10 p m
12 55p m
7 00 am
6 15 pm
TRIAN MOVING NORTH. I TRAIN MOVING SOUTH.
Lv Mlllboro, 7 45 am Lv Greensboro,530pm
Ar Greensboro 9 SO “ 1 Ar Mlllboro, 735 “
Passenger and Mail Train runs daily except
Freight and Accmodatlon Train runs between
Bennettsville and Fayetteville on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays and between Fayette
ville and Greensboro Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Freight and Accommodation Train runs be-'
tween Greensboro and Fayetteville on Mon
days, Wednesdays and Fridays and between
Fayetteville and Bennettsville on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
Trains on Factory Branch run dally except
Close connection is made at Maxton witli
Carolina Central Railway Passenger Trains to
and from Wilmington.
W. E. KYLE, Gen’l Pass. Agent.
J. W. PRY, Gen’l Sup’t.
DR. J. G. BRODNAX,
PHYSICIAN AND SUaGEON.
O ffice for the prefent at his .residence
on Ash street, opposite Mrs. Dr.
HalL all 3m
0 DAYS’ TRiAL.
a Pud liigcrent from all
others. Is cup .-thape. with Seif-
aO justing Ball In center,adapts
to ail positions of Cho
body while the ball in the cop
f iresses back the intes-
Ines Just as a person
does Wltb the finger, with light pressure the Her-
nut 1.4 held securely day and nltrht, ana a radical cure
certain. It la easy, durable and cheap. Sent hy mail. Cir-
litieLBSTOS TRUSS CO., cijMf *"