THE GREAT GERMAH'
Relierea ui cure. .
Sciatica, Lumbago, .
QCTSSY, S ELLIXCS,
Somas, Cats, Urates,
Aftd kll other tartily kc'ucl
nm cms 1 bottls.
SoM fcy !! Irnrtt nt
Pcah-rx. iiroctiuu iu 11
71s CLslss A.VoEl:r Cs. '
(becrrwor, t. A. Vos;t A Co.)
Iiltisiorc, 314-1 L. S- A.
When my great great-great grandmamJ
ma - p ' I n
Way but a maul of sweet s xteen.
Tin5 slipper., jaded notv ank frayed.
Was hers in nrido of satjri shrcn.
'T hath danckj in stately minnet,
AncVas it twinkled in and out
Breath her brocade petticoat.
'T h-ith tortured many a1 h
pi any a1 Heart, no
THAT SETTLES IT.
IJroiiulit Into Competition witli
the World, tlio Best Carries
jxt the great Ccrtenn!al Exhibition of 1373,
,yu i .a,j;n- pro I etc of all the branches of ihe
Joi'. !' tii'Juftry were asviuhlcd at I'Mlx
. i-. Toarrynffa prlz la the face o:
ih.t tn nn ivSouft'corarctHlon w-s a taste of ho
or!in.r;-'liffl ulty Iiivontlon3 and prcpara-
i.His for the alleviation of pain and the cure
of iti'ftM; were pre-it lathe greatest possl-.
M vat i. ty, roirecntlng the skill and the pro
found-st flu iy of the age, and It may be of
viul l:n:Krtanec to you, personally, to now
U it the higha a-nt the o ly medal ijiver to
rubber 1'orus placer, was awarded l the
BnnurctKn.r of CKSSOS'-S C PCINE PO-UU-i
I'LVTKK. by .thrf following jury:
Ir. tVM. UOTII. arijeon-Oeneral, Prussian
A mi v.
.r. II. THOMPSON, A. 31.. 11. D., Washing
ton, M C
O H. WHITE. M I).. New Orleans.
h. sn -T Lfc-iSCII. M.. 1., Au-tria. '
Thf 'i'TU-'.'ia was afterwards conllrmed-by
tri; Tri"tLc:ii jtiry at the last Paris ExpoitLin
Kr.'inf the v.il ie cf 8irh high and unbiased
tt. t!i)"ny, the medical profession, h th in the
Cnltod !tAi and in l-uropc. quickly thr:v
fc.;-lotiie old, slo-.v-artinz planters they h.nl
tn Ling-, anil adopted Benson In their
retfu'ar j.ractle. Thit phjuician.-s ami mir
01 of the brra lest reputations dl I this, d'u
tuci'y proves the Intrinsic meritof theartiele.
li U no m re than just to a id that the aTcr
gephriiinof to-diy U not dominated by
,thj pnJudli- which retartlod the prosre8
nd laKilfltvl the ' succe-ses of his prode-ws-trs
of n.tt more than twenty-live year ag-.
Ue accept hints from all quarters and eudors
w and adopts deinoutrated healiox agents
wherever he fln-L them.
The riifht of Benson's Caprine Porous Pias
ter lo -tmil at the head of all external appli
cation whitsoevor, for the mitigation or cure
of iLira.ie, Is n lomrer questioned.
Lei th? p irehaser, however, le on Ms guard
against imitations. The genuine has the word
CAPCINE cut in the middle.
tj.h iry & Johoson, Chemists, New 1 ork.
It hath a small, unsteatly heel.
And such . a curious fwnnted toe, S
Tnat with a staangely mincing tread j
ilust she ha ve heen constrained to go.
Yvt I doubt not her powdered hair
Vui tlai.cins; e es accordcil well l
With these same marionetterlike step.-.
And made her lovers1 bolorus swell.
My dear great-rcat-great grandraam
ina j ' '
Long since was clothed in heavenly
' Stii.se; , j
For spitu this elipper frivolo'js - i
She walked this wjorld in gj otlly wise.
A Kace for a lii.ssJ
Abutter-poller jrom Ilosiny Lake
prelates with murh glee: howi n m il -
b rd'hi3 was cured t t" t iVcaiUiiiit
tipping jrin-bitN?..i Thi4 iifintm
uiarrletl si yotuig.--t:u"u!ifin; jtml ;piiit--d
lm'ly. :iml:lr a. iiiuiiili or two i all
went wiIS in iho l;uc jatul jab-'Ut lh
t'ariu ; then the huslmml led b.jek jnto
ms old 'tricks. The utl'e 'reiimnst rateii
t; il tor a liine the lnis6:itul 1 n I'i hm?I.
I 'resent ly. howerer. s!j; bt e.one s:i.lis
tied I hat Uie ! 4ltlt-ti plMriii"'' was a.uii.
noiii;N'n. When .-he s$oke, to her lius
Intud about the mittter lie swore that
the aro!.ita" iie detected Was that ol a
c ic medicine he was taking, lie hjav
ing developt'd ;i mo-.t initaetahie clie.
i.-r the ndiid' of whieli lie had' hiouh'
home and paraded tt. bojile of medic) nc.
The wife was -Confulent thai then
was kept soniewhere about the piv-
li i es a cousuferahie slbre. of a Vi-ry
dillerent kind of meie.ne. . She j kept
ln-r own cuiinsi'l anil al';the same tiui
s:rict waieh. In 'li day or two she dis
c verel imder a mailei in Uu; barn the
-ecret hoard. Sl e yaijili nothing of the
tliseover' t her hubani'. j '
Son after the husbaiAl had business
at a iH'iiihbor's mie tvvo niiles away.
On hia return lie was (soiuevvhat sur
prised at seeing :i( note pinned upon lji.
tVont iloor. lie hastily advanced aim
read as tIlows: I !
"liKN;: You will tint) the key 'of thf
house where you keJp your colic medi
cine. I have taken Kitty and gon
lnme to my mother. Father and
brother Bob will coine to-morrow I'oi
the trunk in whitih 1 have , pa'ketl my
things. j Nkllik."
' The husband rushed to pic barii. Ai
a !aHce he avv that Kitty, his wifeV
-mare, arnl the sidesaddle were one
W A R N E W Sgf
I'lcs'els an effect, not a CAue. Itoiifrin
wtuiln; lu manifestations without. Hence,
o cure the disease the CAUSE must be remov
al, and In no other wav can a cure bee fleeted.
H akNEU'S SAKE IvIpNEY AND LVVEU
CI- KK le etablieued on juet this pricclpk. It
Darting to the man
iiis ilemijonn i
from its neck ft Kmc:
&er lie hauleti out
Kin. and isuspencieu
the key' of the house
Seen ring the pey, he,; sent .the demi
ioin vvhi.z:niiar.I erasliing against a
post ofthe b:irn lioundinsr.mrth. he ranJ
to and mounted the horse Jie , had le.t
standing in trout of his house, j j
' Away he tlashid.' It was) ten miles
to the house ot his father-in-law, and
he was determined tcovei take his. wife
before she could reach it or kill H horse
in the attempt. j
Said the butter" tian: "Now,
Hen's wife come over the hi i.
milesouihofmvhou.se. on I her little
nuife Kitty, anti begin to perrorm some
queer abolutiohs. After she'd got over
the brow o' tlie hill she paccd ; up an'
down the road lor a time; then she rid
up and looked over ihe ridge tora hi!c
After iookin1 a, bit she j.urncU ahoutahd
rid up and down the road a fewl' times;
then went up to the browj o1 the hill
again. So the kept doin an' , pneo or
twice she not off aud led Kitty tip to the
lop otthe hill. ,
I was puzzled as o whet her jshe was
waitin' lor somebody or had lost 'something-while
oil her way to her father's
place, some lour luilcs-1 beycjnd my
housd. I was just about to wktlk out
that way when I seed hjjr wheel Kitty
round from the brow o' the liill atid
be'Q to play her whip, ill
In half a luiuule she wasflym' past
my place like a Wild woman, t stood
at my front gate b the roadsid, ready
to holler out at Her to know what was
up. but, bless you, 'she never! looked
t '"ards me. Her eyes seemed 'sot in her
head, her face was pale and at every
jump she let into Kutyi wit
ii war. her ridin'-skirt fairly
she bounded past-.'
.J ist then l iheercl a
ciatter behind me.
t m,i .11. 4 , , ti seed. Ben a-convin over the
W.t and it strikes at once at the root of the "ill on his big biack h'SS,
itinculty. The elements of which It Is com
Iom1 act directlv upon the jrrciit organs, tKih
MaFOUand ftESTOltEU. and bv placing
them In u healthy condition, drive diccsc and
lain from the system. . -
For the Innumerable trouble caused by un
hsalthy KMneys, Liver and Ualnary Organs;
tor the distressing Disorders of Women ; for
-Halarta and for physical derangements gener
ally, this great remedy has no equal. Beware
of imposUrs, imitations and concoctions said
to be just as gooL
For Diabetes ask for WXEH'S SAFE
F or sale by all dealers.
II. li. WAUNEIC CO.
i'a yhip. I
a kisaf and gi via' Kitty a ctit that
made herbcundtcn feet, ho ealhird out
to Ben : 'Come on ! A race u the top
of the hill for another P amj away they
both went. " I . A
That was five years ago. and I pevr
er knowed the meaain' of that wild,
harum-scarnm ride till Tbout; three
months ao, when the story 'boat the
colic medicine' leaked out among the
wimmen lolks.- For a good while after
the ride, howsamever, I remember of
the neighbor men tvonderuV what had
como over Ben that he had shut , down
on his gin all ot a sudden land wouldn't
c" ranch as-take a glass ol Oregon ci
der. ' ! ' - ( .r " '
" To this day no doabt Ben thinks he
had a, desperate chase alter ;Nell and a
r.arrer escape ot her geUio1 intri the
home den 'long with her big brother,
her father and his mother-in-law; and
I've never said a1 -word to him 'bout
how she fooled 'long under the brow o
the hill. virqyiia CUy Letter.
j Catarrh of the rsladtlcr.
Stinging irritation, inflamation,! all
Kidney and Urinary Complains, cured
cy; uuchu-paiba. ol.
i A distinguished platform speakfr
used t deliver a very earnest lecluio
on' ihe subject ot - What . shall uo tif
with our girN?" Jt was a. hard ques
tion to answer by the lady lectunr.
littj tser an.s ver( has now eonie. A ft:asi
LlitirCf is a chance for some tlte ijirls.
Here isthe pathetic pleaot th'j Uurau.
C.'IJ. libcord: -"Wo want. girb! Gills
wlni cm tt themselves up in good
shape n go to a dance. The- boy's are
g'liiiiu t.'rtd ot receiving iuvi(aTioii
with a request that they 'OriuV ladies
Tuey are nke ' ''ranges and ajples veiy
scarce: We waiiUirls who will go to
ch'nvh and to Bible elas oit Suudyk
a.ul that kind who 'can d e v a cn2.r.r
gallon o thetrther .ex, and '--'who' wd
lake a bugy rule alter the lesson i.
Wer. ;Thi will Jielp he livery business.'
aad wilfaiso hasten the sale of residence
is. tf busies are the vehicles in
which' homes are tirst thought of b
m:.uy people. W wantgirls who can
wa. t on the table, and who can smile us
into an appeiitu. when stomach bitters
are impotent and who wiil make the
Ij arders'regular at thtiir meals We
want icirls for sweethearts, so that when
we get an arm shot off, or are kicked by
i indie, or.are thrown from a bucking
horse and are laid away for repairs we
may hear a gentle voice -and see the
iriuter of a crystal tear, spoken and
dropped in unconscious sympathy for
our pain. We want tat and tunny girs
to make us smile ah over, and lean and
fragile ones to hang upon our arms, and
,etite blondes who show themselves on
uunydai3f and stalely brunettes, .so
beautiful in the twilight. We have
mineral enough, and plenty of coal and
oxide of iron. The only lack of our re
sources is those potent civilizers of their
pioneer brothers." , I -
,7Xe JvtKtcianjutttd cartful to notice C
ntyo and ndarotd jScJkoie toU drotm ifonlXl
Capital Prize $7S,QOO
Ticket only $f. Shares in pro-'
' J - r
Louisiana State Lottery
JTe do Juertbv certify Hunt toe rtrperriM fhe
arrangement for aU the Monthly andmSemi
Anwml Dravnngi of The Louisiana State Lot
tery Company, and in person manage and con
trol the Dracig themselves, and that 'the
same ure conducted with honesty t fairness and
in good faith toward all parties, and tee author
ize the Company to use this certificate, teith fee
similes of our signatures attached, in iU advtr
Incorporated in 1S66 for 05 years by the Leg
Iijjturofor Eilucattonaf ana Charitable pnr
Foses with a capital of $l,OC0,000-i-to wh.ch a
reserve fund of- $550,000 hi since been
tddedi ' , ( !
By an overwlielmlng populai vote It fran-,
cblse was made-a part of the present State'
Constitution adopted December 2dL A. D., 187a.
The only Lott-ery ever voted on end cvdcrtrd
ry the people of any State. -
It never scales or poftponie.
. ItS CiHANP SlXGUi NCMDEK J1RAW1S0S taie
plnce raonthlv. i I
I A SPLENDID, OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A
j FORTUNE. Fo'unh Gntnd Driwlug, i Class
I), Rt New Orleans, TaeMiaji, April 10,
istv iDatn opthly Drawing. i
Capital Prize, $75,000.,
100,000 Tickets at Five Iol
lars Each. Fractions iuFiftlis
LIST OF PRIZES.
5 Prizes ot 2.000 ;J
Xr Taw foHowtug finovrUooa; represent
wholeaalc )pr.c gee rally. lt raikins'tsp
im.il! order htjher prices hare to bo cluugeu
io a u
oo o u
oo a u
'III ' - .;' !-.
00 & 11
75 i tt 1 KS
901 SS 2 00
eo i w
20 & 23
AO 2 9 SO
00 CU 00
i r - -
'Fiv doctor; no end of mcdecine; no
relief. Dr. Benson's tiJcin
driven away all eruptions
nearly welly Ida C. Young, Hamil
ton, Ills. , , , -
Tutiiin' about. 1 1
atcii ot the
like a wild
Comanche. Ho w as ridin'J with loose
reins, leamn' away for'ard.i and diffgiu'
his big spurs into "his hoise;likc he'd rip
his insUes out .
"He passed by. with hair and coat-
tails sail in back in tl)e wiu'd, and never
turninir his Iiead lo riirht
thought I seed munien in
tell ou, a million' thou
PI-1 ihrtnigh my brain in a 'second.
- i torics I d ever heard! aboui
a I'Mianu ano
nor left. ,1
K-hPst r. s.y. i taioii-h my heatl id a luinp. and '.
j b.- eve if I'd my gth in ! my hand
r f DR. .
I BEFORE AM n AFTFR
Lctric AdIhiccs ara sect oi 33 Da s Trial.
TO. MEU OHLY, YOUSG M OLD,
TTEO wffricj from Stiurocs PrBrtrrr.
k Vitautt. Lack or Nmvit Force xsa
;'WAT,WAxKKa. n4ail thodise
? lKa-vAt X'atcex r-ultio from Aor&S nd
orata Catsjcj. Snctr rtl irf an 1 complete roto.
diVoverr c( tn NirM-t-enth Century.
Hooo for lUiiitmu-a I'Mre rvo. AiXdrvt
XlVXm till 60.. MARSHALL MICH.
Silver Plated Spoons and Forks, low
plOCS,fctjAXOSI3 ' f
his eye. U
-shot i at him on
Hiu laKcn a win:
S tShicion. i
"I seed .Nell l6ok back onpe and then
lay the whip tin Kitty hoi Urn ever.
len wr.siiii' like tlie wind. I knowed
Nell was heat!et fof her lather's, aud I
seed plain as day Ui:t In would get
her 'fore she as safe landed.
'A last lie was: upn her. It was
then . neck and neck tor a time,1 wiib
Ken reaching out fr Kitty's bridle. Ai
lat he td it. and the two horses gradu
ally slowed up till they finally stopped.
I mounted my gate-post all of a trim
ble, vx pectin' to see sometliin i
.happen.':- . j. -
"They, stopped in the road
niah onto half an hour: then
Ken lean over and iNell lean ov
thar two heads come tbiiether.
"What the mischiet J' says I,
instead of killinV Well, th it Isort of
iracas gits meT After! the head-burap-inl
the pair' turned nV'Ut and came
slowly jogfn along back. .; -9
"As they passed nie I called oat to
Ben to know what in the name of the
living jingo it nil meant Ken besanto
"stammer something, 'bout half of which
never got through his big beard, When
2Tcil sisrs out to xuo : Ouly a race for
It is announced that ftjside of ten daya
-tages will be carrying passengers in48
hours over ihe gap between the ends of
ihe Northen" Pacific road, thus giving
direct communication between the East
and Portland without, a- sea voyage.
Traffic to .Western Idaho is practically
Mr. P. J. Alston. Jr., Newberne. N.
C, says: I have used Brown's Iron
Bitters saccessfully.for indigestion."
Ke member This.
If you are flick Hop Bitters will sure
ly aid Mature in making you well when
all else fail3.
IfjTou are costive or d3speptic. or
are suffering from any other of the
numerous diseases of the stomach or
bowels, it is your own fault if you re
main ill, for Hop Bitters are a sover
eign ramedy in all such complaints. -
If you are wasting away with any form
ot Kidney disease, stop tempting Death
this moment, and turn for a cure to
Hop Bitters. I r
If you are sick with that terrible sick
ness. Nervousness, yon find a "Balm in
Gilcad" in the use of Hop Bitters. I r
(If you: are a frequenter, or a resident
of a miasmatic district, barricade your
system against the scourge of all coun
tries malarial, epidemic, biliious, and
intermittent fevers by the use of Hop
(If you have rough, pimply, or sallow
skin, bad . breath, pains and aches, and
feel miserable generally. Hop Bitters
will give you fair skin, rich blood, and
sweetest breath, health and comfort.
I (in short they cure all diseases of the
stomach. Roweks. Blood, Liver. Nerves
Kidneys. Bright's Disease. $500 w.ill
b paid, for a case thoy will not euro or
(That poor, bedridden,; invalid wife,
sister, mother, or daughter can be
niade the picture of healtn. by a few
bottle8f Hop Bitters,' costing but a
trifle Will you let them suffer.' .
Imch 12 I m 1 1
BAGGDTG ' I- -
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liTih li a
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HhouWers, & S....
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Hams.. ...... .................
. Rides V lb--1 r-
i I ShouMers.. ...... ..... ......
! fcideo. r It ..'
I Khonlders, & fb
BARRELS Splrlta Turpentine,
ocona nana, eacn. ..........
New New York, each.... ....
rir pi f-y riy- V
BRICKS, f M
r North Carolina,...-.
Northern. ..4.... . ...
CAN DtLES, 8
CHEESE, V fe
tairy, Cream.. I. ..
COFFEE, V lb
CORN MEAL. V 1ms.. In sacis
COTTON TIES, V pxxxtdls 1
SheeriD. 4 ft , 1 ydi ......... i . ;
Yarns. f biuich.. ...... 1
EGCiS, doion. ....... ........
Mackerel, No. 1, V bbl ...1
Mackerel, No, 1, V half bbl.. 8
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Mackerel. No. 2, & half bbl.. 5
Mackerel, No. S, & bbl ;.. 7
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10 6d 13
50 1 75
60 1 30
CD 5 50
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Change of Scheduled
ON A5T AJTEB SOV. ISta, 1CCV T23 j
follow in k CjcncQote will t ovrtscl ca tii
Uaibroad i , i - -- '.-"-( ' j
Jjczxt Wlhntarton aC.XlI P.K.
Arrtr afChaxlotto atM....T.43 A. LL,
Capital Prize of
Capital Prize of.......
Capital Prize of..
Frizes of $t,ooo...
Prizes ot 2,000...
10 Prizes of
20 Prizes of
j APPROXIMATIOJC PKTZES.
9 Approximation Prlzea of $750.
l,i37 PTLtt-S, amoautliiR to . -. . $265,530
Application for ra tea to cluba ekonld only be
fuaoe to tbe cilice of tLe Company la Xew Or
leans. -. For further Infortaatlon, write clearly, gtv-ing-
full addrcsa. Send orders by Expres.
BeglaUred Letter, or Money Order addrossod
only to i 1 . '
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Jf. B. Io tho Extraordinary feral-A nnnal
Drawing of next Jane tho Capital Prize will
be 9150.0CO. i
each 14-wed-eat tw-lAw ' '
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POTATOES, bushel ,
Irish, & bbl
PORK, w barrel
Rough. Y bushel
EAGS, fc Country
SALT, V sack. Alum...
A Coffee...... J....
C , "
Ex O .
SOAP, tf" S Northern t
SHINGLES, M-Contract..f 5
. Cypress Saps.. 4
Cyprees Hearts............... 0
STAVES, V M -W. O. Barrel..I2
R, O. Itogshead 00
TIMBER, V M feet Shlpping.12
00 1 G45 00
00 6jX1 00
ct i no
v. Leave Chariots at..... .;;..73 P. It.
S Arrrro at WUmtegtoa U.-..lC0 A. Lt,
Tralnl Nos. 1 and 2 stop at regular- aUilcra
emly, and point designated la U QocrpcaT
Tlnto Table. s . , j i j
Train No. L, Daily except Sunday. ; i
Do. No. 2. do.' do. Saturday. . .,
SHELBY DC7IS10N, PASSEhUEJtj IIATX
EXPRESS AXD FREIGHT.
1 ." Dally exoept Btunlayi. -,
Leave Charlotte....:.........., J.V.. A. TZ.
Arrive at snciby.. ..........12.20 P. It.
IjeaveShelbr... iA3 P. IL.
Arrive at Charlotte......, Vf IL
Trains No. 1 an! 2 make close cor.nectltm at
Uihilet with 11. A A. Trains V and frora Ral
eih, and at Ch;lo(to with Shelby 'TH vision
Train. : : : , :x i (t
Throoih 51ecpIJ Cars tetwcM WlJailagtoa
and Charlotte and Raleigh and Chnrtotie.
Take Train No. I for StatT!o;.MlPns
WefeU rn N C R It, AfchevlUe and print V etc
Also, Tor Sjinrtanburg, iJrer.vIlal Athera.
i . . U .:.. ' OJTtX-
Wiliiiingtou & Welder
Omo! or General fiuicai
WUzaiaton, X. C, Nov. 5. 'USi )
as 6 oo
& 8 75
bfi 6 50
1 (5 CO
& 7 50
70. fb 75
13 01 12V
57 & 6d
75 ( HO
0 0 1 25
00 (ED 1 10
75 1 & 85
00 &?& 00
is a it
00 & 14
10 & I 50
00 ?22 00
00 15 00
0 00 & S 75
10 d 45
90 K0 1 00
w en l oo
00 ffl 20
oo a 22
S3 & 55
20 n m
75 tb 1 25
60 1 10
0 3 72
00 (13 00
95 (58 1 15
00 fli 75
Change of Sqhedule.i
ON AND .AFTER NOV. 5, lSfi, AT e.et
ton & We Won Railroad will run aa toUowa ;T
DAY MAIL AND EXPRESS TBl D4JUUT
i - Noa. 47 Nonrrn amd 44 SorrtL,.- '
Leave Wlhtinpton, Front St. Depot, A, tL.
Arrive at wetao.n.r.rrrrr.'J .. 120 p. il-
Leave Weldon.. ............. I tOP. JtL,
Arrive at WUm'gton.FroctSt.p'pt, 90 P. tL
Fast Thbocgh Mail & PAJszsaEa TxLir)
DAELT NOS. 43 NOBTO AXD 49 SotmZ. i '
IxvoWUmlngton,Front SL, Depot,' lUS P. M.
Arrive at Weldon 1.10 P.M.
Leave Weldon...........,....... P.tt.
Arrivoat Wllm'gtoo , Front SLIVt lOuMP. U,
MAIL AND PASSENGER TILA1NS-: DaJXT.
! .. ,v' Nos. 45 orth and 42 South, h i
Leavo WUmlngtoa..-Ji.".....J... a.C0 P. It.
Anivo at Weklon ........I... 4.00 A. tt.
Leave WeWon at. , 1.2a A.
Arrive at Wilmington... ' "ijn a. M.i
Train No. 40 South will stop only at itocJcy
Mount, Wilson, Goldsioro and MajraoEav I
Traina on Tarboro Branch Road Leave Roekj1,
Mount for Tarboro at 12 M. and 7.15 P. Ill
11aPiT- 1,lu"1! Tarboro at ft0 A. it.
and 3 P. M. Dally. 1 ' - v,. : r .-, ":-m-I , , .
Trains on Scotland Neck Branch Road lev
Halifax for Scot land Nock at ,8a P. Hi , Ce
turning leave Scotland Neck at 10 o'clock,
daily.- -: - . , ;. , -, ,
Train No. 47 make eloee connection at Wei
don for all points North Dally. All rail Tti
Richmond, and d&Uy . except Sunday via Bx
Line.- . i -! ' - -.,'1 . j r'
Train No." 43 runs daily and toakoa '&mj eon.
notSon for all polntj North vta TKr.hmAr l aa4
Waahlngtonl No. 47 makea dose eonseetlon
for Tarboro. 1 - , ' -
All trains run soLd between Wlrnlatt an4
Washington, and haw Pullxaaa Pml&oo 81oe
ersattachod. - v t .
join? r. nrviKS..
1 General Bupertntendezrt.
T. M. EMERSON, Geaoral PaaeennrAxnil
- nov 5 - ., ' - -li-
Stste & Ucnroe Sts.. Chicago. .
jr WIU fcixl nmM to eV .itm thir i
I BAND CAT ALOUUE.
for 133, -HO .10 tjir.e l
1 Of i tutmrarrU. llt I Belli. '
k uuuis. Dram J i! Milt mivi
1'Htlt. &aiMlr Hu t Outitv. KrnlrW
people are always on
the ooknut tor chan
ces to Increase thelx
earnings, and In Ume
bea-onae wealthy ; thoe who do not imirove
their opportunities remain In poverty. We of
fer agruittch nee to mate- money. We want
many men. wor.en, boys and girls to work for
u right .n their own lcaUUe-v. Any one can
dp the worV proierly from the first start. The
bueint-sa will nay more thair ien times ordi
nary wages. Expensive outfit furnished free
No one who engages, fail to make mooey rap
luly. , You can lcvo-e your whole time 10 tiw
wort, or only your parc moments. Full in
formation and nil that Is needed sent free. Ad
dress stx ox A CO.. Portland, Maine,
nov 16-dAw tf . I ' 1
Excursion aiid Pic Nic .
gEASON 13 OVER. THE THEATRICAL
and Ball aeaaon la cow opening. ' Gentlemen
who are used to FIRST-CLASS work and a
clean and Comfortable Earlier shop, win find It
at " JOHN WERNER'S,
Practical Barber and Perfumer. No. 23
Varket Street, between Front and Water
Street.. - ' ; - - - - , oefctf-
WOOD S AND TI3IBEES
OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Fine Shipping. .
- Extra, do
Mill Prime ......
Inferior to Ordinary
WHISKEY. gai Northern.
WOOL, b Washed ....
018 Of) ,
4210 00 .
a 7 (f)
& 6 00
et 4 00
4m 2 50
& Angnsta BL R. Co.
Otttce oy Cskebal BrrpTBDrrxxtOry.
; Wllmuutra. K. a No4. 8,;US5,-;:
1 vol. 12mo.,.clelth, 0L25.
The publication of such facts In a shape
that makes them accessible. Is the very be t
service that the pub'Ic spirited men in the
7-outh can do their States." X. T. World,
l he very thing neeld. A ve-y important
work ior the Staie. ITiminon Star.
A timely and valuable vmblicatiou. Must
jr"ve f n-at service to the slate." Char
lotte JovrnaL ,
"Mr. ilhle ho (Lwihe State a great eer
xice "Biblical Recorder.
. Ot such thorough excellence thnt It Ut
eerves th" witeet cjtcu ation.-i-A'ajSrt
CTenn. Lnmiscrman. ; ..'
The b-xk is ell pVinted on Unted paper, la
h&nd--omelv bound in cloth, ontdns 2,2 pges
and n accurate nd beautifully execute. I map
of the state, with all its railroad ionics Ce
Answers to simple questions frequently put
to lawyer by Laymeu.
lV.ints In Law ot vlue to every man In North
Carolina he Profevlooiil man, the Farmer,
the Mechanic, ihe Landlord, the Tenant, the
Cropper, the Ltborer. 4
12mo . vaper, Price (Flv Postage Stamps)
15 cents. , ' - .-. ....
For sale, by book sellers generally, who may
be supplied In quantities on favorable terms,
by either fin underLrneL ,
If not to be had at your local book etore,
mailed poet-paid on rec Ipt of the price, try
fc. J. HALE Jt SON. ,
Publisher. Book-etlers and Stationert, NT. T.;
r. ,1L Hate, PuLIlAfcex, PuV-Igh, X. C.
fib4 " . ' -.-' -.j .; -.;'-'-. -- -W:
a rxw i'Acr.AGrs rn satx by
eRpsset Co. I
tach 9 . . 1 -
JN BLEACHED COTIONS, ltfi ShlrtLa;,
Countcirancs, JTfcolc Daita' and Totre,
Change of Schedule,
KJ 7.25 A. M.. the foUowlrg Paaaenzcr Scbod-
c . will be run on this road : j"
NIGIIT EXPRESS TRAINS, DATLT-Noa. it
- Wcctand47Eart.' ' ''X' ,i
Leave Wilmington. 8J PJ fU
ieave Florence. 1.53 A IU
Arrive at C C A A. Junction.. X... 6.23 A. li.
Arrive at Columbia e.40 A. It.
Leave Columbia..... ..104 P. 1L
Titave C, C. A A. Junction.... 10.23 P. It.
Leave Florence ......... lJ'-O A. If.
Arrive at Wilmington............... 6.2 A. U
Nio nr Matl ast) Vxtnzxazz Tbaix, Datlt,
No. 40 West, ajcd Dat 3IAH. axo Pa
fsxcek Tbatx, No. 43 EaL -
Leave WUrrdngton........ ;...;.;.;.11.10 P. tt.
Arrive at t lorenee 2.i A. If.
Leave Florence.. ............ ........12.55 P. M.
Arrive at WunUngtoa.. ...... .....6.25 P. IL. .
MAIL AND PASaZNGER TRACES DATT
, '- Noa. 42Veet and 43 Eaat. ' L. . 1 j -
Leave WU!aiEton.v......"..........7.25 A. II
Airiveat Florence........ .;.11.S0' A. l
Leave nroco a;.... 43? p. K.
Arrive at Wilmington...... ..9.0iP. If
Train 43 stops at all F tttlo os. - ... 1. '
No.40stcson!y at FloaLSrtcn, Wiltor::!
Fair Blur and Marlon. , . .. . j
I'afsenen, for Columbia axdall pofa on G.
A C. IL IU C, i lL 11. Sutiosa. Atkin -.luco
tics, and all itTli boyoii'l. stoull tike S
NUht Expre. . . - ' - - ,r . . . 1
evarrao Pullman &9rpxn t or CiarSesxc
All traina run solid bt.-trv.n lThrt.m.t.:,n
H - , -'..'"" JOHN F. DFVINE.'I ! t
- - Geacra! Superiutvfvt.
T M. EMERSON, Uxeral PaanrA4j:.
nov 5 - j i - -- -1 . -
Wfcic Good?, Hamburg ar.d Irish Point
Trimmings, Warner's .Craiiot-, Health,1 Ab
domical and M. H. Cvrsets. . .
Alsorthe best ONE DOLLAR KID tSLQVl.
in the city. - - ; "'-
aCilS - - - - -----
TC8T RECEIVED. ANOTlTEB LOT 6?
thce ELEGANT HAVAIA CILEHOOTl?.
WarTAntO'l Hi's 1 . . "'!"''
FITL CENT ClGABj .
. , , In thclty. k ', - f'
' 1 : ;."';!
At A lit ' USE OK . i
Tobacco & Tobaccb'Goods.
' (-- '. :'- CalC take a aaoke. ' J .
, - . . ..-1
So. Front StJufct;tkrtr Px - -1 crrr r;
das 14 . " "