rvrrr no consequence for onr present par- quired to meet for the purpose of appointed by.
nnUV itOViUWi i e havp remarked it only electing countv executive commit purposes of effi
rffeQ l i ff tne ivtcry ' attaching to tees, said meetings shall be deeiiietl,iesirable tha
t'tnc hr name.
Ti2r pearl thau iihe
' fain-r dwell
.! wave her playmates were.
the man in very phase of his sur-1 to have a quorum whfen a
roiuulings. iui Minuowi
With reiranl to hi birth legend .el in said m
and myth-are. ns copious as is cdn
Jwture with regard to his name.
H.r urt two of them, for which -e
of appointed hv its secretary. For
cient organization it
that all vAcanciret in t.h
majority jUinerent committees be tilled at
inlebtd to Mon-
i of such townships shall be represet- once oy active end zealous nmsi:
eetintr. I -At tin receut meeting of the State
I COUNTY AND DISTRICT COSVKSmOXS. 53?! 'ue 'X llnt -t0
, mt . call special attention of the chair-
1. The several county conxen- mn nf nrt rw-.-Aoi
tioiis shall be entitled to fj-ct to executive committee to the nertssl-
-no to an
tSl hr foriu
r,n .k-luite to hleep.
t tretuMierous irnuxi
tnir senatorial. Judicial ami on- t.vf iiiini.i;a cna tn -.m Vv-
-rioKiiel of the , v"uc""u"I,"",',,C7,v;:. ine election of tlelegates to the JSa
. .mini mip n TPrnnra cv- arrv iiilv
tional Convention from the different
ff f H I-
it.fore!ier fin lien,
fr'.ITi wretched a pleaihug
TiIm- Warrior Tide
oJ, II her for hi. bride.
jfM-1 -John It.
In the aioervphal
. .t-.. . i .....
I...... ' tT I liiiUITIUI III Tl I. 1L IIHIIIIIII . . . .
"""'v : . .. i iJHiiiocrauc voies. nm one oeieiiic i t ,.i n :
HUM r a.- A r n . . I '. , n it Miuit, srtriU4iiuuriu:ii
lur iruciiuu mrrvw?u j " came to call eouventioDs to meet in
oc.raiie votes casr at tpe last
ceeding gubernatorial election in
their respective counties, ami none
but delegate or alternates so elect
ed shall he entitled to seats in said
conventions Provided. That every
countv shall have at least one vote
in each of said conventions.
2. The chairman, or in his ah
scence any member of the county, OIir adversaries will make desperate
senatorial judicial and congressional efforts this year to restore the State
. I II II 4. nM rM f hall! i -n . . -J .
cumimtiee, mhui can iu uiuri to naciical rule with all its attend
resnective conventions, ami uuiu flflt aViL , r ., ...r. ri
the chairmanship thereof until the democrats attend the conventions
convention shall elect its chairman. of otlr partv rf.Solved to present for
lilt rife iiitti i;Jiinmi-
lAr-fil hnr. Iirmifrht to the c
Jpsuh, strikes him, whereupon Jesus
weppa, ami Satan r.miey out of the
boy iu the fchapt of a furious dog.
This hov'was .Jud.is.
Acconling to another legend.
Judas mother had a dream before
his birth that her mhi would murder
I i.r . ...1 II I.:.. I lA T r, .x. Kf
ins miner ami inn mm. autiv
this the child was Hiiuk in the sea,
but was cast on shore. He was
adopted bv a king and queen, who
had a son. whom Judas sle-. He
tied to Judea, became the page of
Pilate, ami, after th predestined
murder of his father, learned from
- ! ;
...i ..nt rt tilrvht in Knu. !
, .it are loiiK-st there", his mother her dream. In terror
hrrlt.i.iii'"hM hand over the and l ontriti.ui Juda hears of .
th Hut a friend s.igget- prophet who forgives sins, when he
Vr.Voil ami lie wns last throws hiiin-elf at his feet. Jesus, ce
1." ..tys-cond. Price e,;g..i2ing his predestined betrayer
.-rV.! I meMts him as a disMple. and trusts
mat of TlrkpockeU.
Woniili in ew
What time is it,
hiiu with the nurse so that Judas
avarice miirht 1 exeited and the
p!a i or s.ilvation not mil. juuas
1 thus UvaiiH' heir apparent to the
. infernal throne, and in mural picture
i ii..n'ilmi-. MdriHr. . of Eastern chiire.hes he appears
H"i - .nt vnir watcn Roin'? ; seated on the knees of a majestic
Sl"II;;i Oo u.' Maiier (putting j Satan. Xew Orh ana State.
fob), by gravy.
V - It lul t in
I. fpTlonat Circle.
i,v Will vou trust me. darling?
I -fW.l,'l.ii'-'o, tlearest.
How Htfii Die.
If we know all the methods of ap-
j proaeh adopted by an enemy we are
I lietterjeiiabled to wanl off the dan
: ger and postptme the moment when
surrender becomes inevitable. In
f''''" .. . . i ... liuavund l inn invt'i inu Hin ililiu I'mit w t ruliiff 1 1
i t trust me? ; of tile oikJv suillrs f enanie it to
' i: . ...Lmtll- lit.luiiul . lulll' 11 .U'UV1 lt-lk-l 1 1 llllKII fill'.
trrv lml ,r,,!t 1 must res to such an extent that there is
little aitl to tin weakened Lungs
. i will make all the difference between
. thirjgo view. 'Hidden death and many years of
v .4 " I I I ; r t . kl. j: .........
o Liha P.uue (reailllig; J. t useiiu uie. upon uie nrsi snii-
t ,.t Ttnniinvi!le, . i;., io k aitomsoi a i;ougu, oinor any irouiue
- - ... I - . f t..M I.
some of the ilistricts for this pur
pose, it is suggested that the end
may be effected bv authorizing del-,
egates to the State Convention from
such districts to meet iu Kaleigli on
or about the 30th of May in district
conventions and elect delegates to
represent the districts at St. Louis
We have reasons to know that
the iuilTrages of the people men of
character, intecrritv and rcwxinized
fitnex for the offices to-'which they
are nominated, and only-snch, and
the continued supremacy of the
white race, which is synonymous in
North Carolina with the supremacy
of the Democratic party, wiPl be as
sured for another, term "of years.
For the committee. ;
R. H. Battlk, Chin'n.
B. C. Bkckwith, Sec'y
of the Throat or Lnns. cive that
old ami well-known remedy Bosch
ee's German Syrup, a careful trial.
It will prove what Thousands say of
it to be, the 'benefactor of any
l'laii of OrnIiatiii or the Democratic
I'artr of North Carolina.
Chicago Datae-li.e 8
Ui.i.H.htlul he a.
-Why vf;he waitetl until his Hrst ,
w If drL" - Omaha World.
. - I
rinpUoa Sgrrlj Cunnl. j
T tmk tniToi; Please inform!
rrrra.lthatllhavea iositive p (jK2tTIlAL Kx. cOM.,
n-mMvtur the above named disease.
Hv it timflv ue thousamls of hope- J!abuah A. C, fcb. 23. 18S3.
rx liave been permanently The following is the plan of organ
cirnl. 1 shall W jfSad to send two ization . heretofore adopted, by the
bvttWotiuy remedy KUKK to any ; State " Democratic Committee for
i.t yutir reaiiVrs ho"have consum-. the guidance of the party.
t;.iiif they illenJ uie their ex-j . township qhuamzatiox.
rrM .ml u lofiec 1. The unit of ccM.nty i.rganization
jwtfully T.A. MiX.LM, 1 . hm the township. In each
J rarl?r., .er lorK. - township there shall bean executive
I committee, to consist of live l
lrrlng the I bIiIm.
S.iv waiter, what lo vu mean
by jrivini: nh u -tltlly starched ;
ii.ij.kiu!" in-licnuntly ileutau ed the;
I.iiron of a ht. Iiii'is hotel. . ;
ion re irum .ton. I believe,1
Mbl tin wallrr.
"WVl!. hat if I am!"
"That's the .rea.Mii I irave von
Jllrli n ftiL .iit. i.n.L . T.. I
- " ' ihiniu, I'll. ?
hnvf strict cmlTs to preserve the
unilie, m."- Jlokl Mail.
A Little C1om.
Mrs. A. "What sort of people are
oar next Iuor neighbors?"
Mr. K 'Tliey are alniut as
ibn-y a jople get to be."
Is it iHissible?"
"They are so stingy thev starve
(neuisrires. Well, III give
"nit-Hica now tliey live.
w.rrrme otner tlav, and I sawaj
nwasj rImrI to a &keleton come:
Mioi inetr pantry with tears In
! crats, who shall be elected by the
. Democratic voters of the several
townships in meetings culleu ty Tin
county executive committee. And
said committee so elected shall elect
one of its members as chairman,
who shall preside at all committee
2. The several township executive
committees shall convene at the
meetiugs of the several county con
ventions, or at any time and place
that a majority of them may elect,
and shall elect a county executive
.rmiiiiif tit til consist of not less
than 11 vo members, one of whom
shall be designated as chairman.
who shall preside at all of said com
3. In case there shall bti a laiiure
township to elect
The Greatest Cnro oi EarJi for Pain" Will
relieve more quickly than any other known rera-
Burns. ScAldn, Oat. Inmba-
C, Ileurify, Sores, frost-bites,
e. viinsy, sore xnroai.
hn.xt.:ca, . Wouxuw, Headache,
Thb llath Familiar Flavor.
Nrene-Dinner partv at a rich
s . -
lnrfoi house. I1
J -r recounting his career) - When
my first brief I wa excited
,7 lmw-N estciallv as my cli?nt
troBsuum.ate scoundrela bail
f ay.)"n takehiiu, but then
lit, DOingiuy practice; he uas
tt J fa,uil' th reputa
Ut hou!cI have been fa
mL i?1 ,,a'1 ,,e ! convict-
tiS'ff l,,eca?e ftnd ot t,,e
t-fsir w,,rr uuporiaui
Vho ' 1 frieml of the host,
(kVV-a,,fr: 1 "as his first client.
-f -a Tunes.
be introduced to
met him long ago;
gave him his
Jin xr'Ut,r lo Molhr
boci o 5 SLow's Sooth inq Srnup
once Jt produces nat
t tlV b..reliving the
anu tne little etier
-rt7r 'briKht as button." It
i Peasant to taste. 1 1 soothes
e,w the Ki-S allay
tr rUeV!4 win.! rtilTtu th
tfJ C5Da 'f the known reme-
if tZ - Whet he
Ui'.x7rZ or othei
iNm. or nuioiguiiy
t!?1? earliest nart of
. sra.nt'.. .
name. Judas Is
i a a
fl iSrV Rot "Incarlor I.
'fal.11 Iu"l. At
fcr.l i. IUI
f wozen interpretations of
Mt w uu no one of tha,.. r
lr.ord i.: "I".rnuiiiberUthat
wo th,2,,e?1etl or forrupt
r WothV0 t ebrew words.
1 1 L a, K f rt rv I. t i ,lian
k.ther; Sr."0 being a villaire
I. WetlI10 t,-tn. .
WJoaiT '.wwoe, where
HI 1 Wl. WK 111 J V .
fatnilc I... I
t rtn tin imrt of Jinv tn
I a a aw a " - - - 7 -
1 was I itspxecutivecointnitteeforthe period
saw a, 0 thirty davs, the county executive
committee shall appoint sain cdiii
tnittee from the Democratic voters
of said township.
4. The members of the township
committees shall elect to any va
cancy occurring in said committees.
H. "The county executive commit
tee shall call all necessary county
conventions by giving at least ten
days notice bv publht advertisement
in three pubh'c places iu each town
shr1!), at the court house door, and
in any Democratic newspaper that
may b published iu ahl county,
requesting all democrats of the
county to meet in convention in
their respective to iiships on a com
mon day ther iu state!, which siiiil
day shall not be h ss than three days
before the meeting of the cotiuty
convention, for the purpose of elect
ing their delegates to the county
conventions. Thereumm the con
ventions so held shall elect their
delegates to represent the town
ships in the county conventions
from the voters of the respective
townships, which delegates, or such
of them as shall attend, shall vote
the full Democratic strength of
their respentive townships on all
questions that may come before the
saiil county conventions. In cae
noconvention shall be held in auv
township in pursuance of said cali,
or no election shall he made, the
township executive committee shall
appoint such delegates.
C. Each township shall be entitled
to cast in the county convention
one vote for every twenty-live
Democratic votes, and one vote for
fractions of fifteen Democratic votes
cast bv that' township at the last
proceding gubernatorial election:
Jrovided, That every township shall
lie entitled to cast at least one vote,
and each township may send as
many delegates as it may see fit.
7. In cases where tow'nships con
sist of more than one wanl or pre
cinct, each of said wards or preciiicts
shall be entitled to send 'delegates
to county- conventions, and shall
cast its proportionate part of its
township s vote, based upon the last
preceding vote for Governor in said
8. The ' chairmen ftP township
committees shall preside at all town
ship conventions. In their absence
any other member of said committee
"9. in cases where all the town
ship executive committees are re-
the senatorial, congressional and
judicial tlistricts. respectively, shall
ar the call of their respective chair
men, meet at some time and place
in their respective districts, design
ated in said call. And it shall be
their duty to appoint the time and
nlace for holding, conventions in
their respective districts; and the
chairman of said respective commit
tees shall immediately notify the
chairmen of the different county
executi ve committees of saM appoint
ment, and the said county execu
tive committees shall forthwith call
conventions of thair respective
counties in conformity to said no-!
tice. to send delegates to said respec-
?ive district conventions.
STATK CON VK3TT IOSS.
1. The State Convention shall be
composed of delegates appointed by
. a i A l!
Tne several county conventions,
Kach county shall beentitledtoelect
one delegate and one alternate for
everv one hundred and fifty Demo-,
cratic votes, ami one delegate for
fractions Jover seyenty-five Demo
cratic votes cast therein at the last
preceding gubernatorial election;
and none hut delegates or alternates
so elected shall be entitled to seats
in said convention: JVovided, That
everv countv shall have at least one
vote iu said convention.
1. Such delegates (or alternates
of absent delegates)-as mav be pres
ent at any Democratic convention
shall be allowed to cast the whole
vote to which their township or
countv iuav be entitled.
2. If no delegate or alternate shall
attend n State convention from any The following: quotations represent whole
omit v any person appointed bv the sale prices generally, in making up small or-
President of the couniv convention, I Uers hlgner prices have to be charged.
or on his failure by its Secretary,
mav represent the county,
15. in all conventions provided for
by this svstein, after a vote is cast
there shall be no change in said vote
until the final result of the ballot
shall be announced by the chairman
of said convention.
4. All Democratic executive com
mittees shall have the power to fill
anv vacancy occurring in their re
rt. That the chairmen of the dif
ferent county conventions shall cer
tify the list of delegates and alter
nates 'to the different district and
state conventions, and a certified
list of said delegates and alternates
to the State convention shall be
sent to the Secretary of the State
For the committee: .
R. II. Battle, Chin'n.
B. C. Bkckwith, Sect'y.
Dated Feb.6th, 1888. No.
Arrive Sumter. .
Carolina Central ?.?iIroad
; Company. -
1 1 11
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
A. M. I
t 2 40
- 0 20
I No. 59.
I P. M.
t 6 40
NO. 52. NO 56.
A. M. P. M.
t 9 401 8 27
10 45? 9 55
No. 52 runs through from Charleston via
Central K. it. ' ' -
Leaving Lanes 8::i4 A. M.. Manning 9:08 A. M
Sunflays No. 5 leaves Charleston 8SJ0 A. M..
Lanes 10:28 A. II., Jtannlng ll-JO A. M., Sumter
A. M., anives Columbia 1:10 P. M.
No. ra runs ' through fixm Charleston via
central K. K., Leaving Lanes 7:13 P. M., Man
ning 7:52 P.M.
Tram on C. & D. R. R. connects, at Florence
wun sso. as.
No. 1. i No. 3.
Jan. 1, 12S8.- . Idallyex. dally ex.
Ar. Laurinburg. . .
LvJ Laurinburg. . .
Leave Hamlet. . . . .
12 23 am!
12 St am
2 03 am
,7 00 am
7 00 am
1 No. 7.
ft oo am
7 oo am
3 a pm
. am; -11
3 40 pmj ' .
.. . i.
M EASTBQUND TRAINS
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
(NO. 7fi.iNo. 57.
95ctis. a botU. Sold by aU
drnariste. Cannon. The cren-
: utni HiUralton- Otl bears oar
OC reifUtered Trade-Mark, and onr
fao-simile slcmatnre. A. C Merer & Co., Sole
Froprietors, Baltimore, lid., U. S. A. '
Dr. Ball's Couch Syrup will cure vour
Toach at once. Price only 25 CU. bottle.
The Committee to the Party,
Kalkigii, N. C, Feb. 25th, '88.
To the Democratic Party in North
At a uieetinr of the Democratic
Shite Executive Committee held in
this city, on the 231 of February, in
stunt.' it was resolved that the Dem
ocratic State Convention be held in
the citv of Raleigh on Thursday, the
COth dav of May, 1888.
The said Convention will be held
for the nomination of candidates for
t he offices of Governor, Lieutenant-
Governor, Secretary of State, Audi
tor. Treasurer. Superintendent of
three Justices of the Supreme Court
one for the vacancv now lined bv
appointment of the Governor, and
two to take their seats In case the
number ofjusticesshall be increased
bv the vote of the people and of
two Electors for the State at large.
and for the election of Delegates
and alternate Delegates to the Dem
ocratic National Convention to be
held in ihe citv of St. Louis on the
5th dav of June next. Also, for the
adoption of a platform of principles
and the transaction of' such other
business as may come before it.
It ill be observed that the State
Convention is to be held earlier this
BACON North Carolina.
Shoulders, w lb . .
Sides, V lb
Shoulders, w lb , ..
BARRE1.S Spirits Turpentine.
second liana, each
New, New York, each .
New. City, each ; .
BRICKS, Wilmington, At..;.
BUTTER, y fl v
Kortn carouna... .
CANDLES, V tb
COFFEE, y lb-
CORN MEAL, "$ bush, in sacks.
COTTON TIES, t bundle.....
Sneetlng, 4-4, V yard
A Wi Wi V i.iim. . . ... .... .
Mackerel. No. l, bbi
8 & $
10 (& 11
1 40 1 50
0 00 1 75
1 65 ($ 1 70
fl 00 8 00
0 00 14 00
1 25 1 30
18 & 20
00 00 12 50
Mackerel, No. 1, half bbL 7 50 8 00.
9 00 (11 w
4 75 6 00
7 80 9 00
6 00 7 00
3 00 4'00
Mackerel, No. 2, 3? bbl. . . .
Mackerel, jno. z, nan ddi.
Mackerel, No. 3, bbl
N. C. Roe Herring, keg.
Dry Cod, v n
FLOUR, V bbl
western; low graae
" Extra ........
City Mills Super
glue, y lb..
GRAIN, V busheL
Corn, rm store, oags, wnite
Corn, cargo, in bulk, white,
corn, cargo, in bags, white.
Corn, mixed, from store. . ; ;
Oats, from store .
Oats, Rust Proof
HIDES,.? lb ,
HAY, V 100 lbs
HOOP IRON, y tt
LARD, y lb J
LIME, y barrel
3 50 4 00
4 00 $ 4 50
4 50 5 00
9 1 10
-waa-- w I UllUlMf UOllU --
vear than usual. This was necessary LUMBER, city Sawed, ?JIft.
in order that the delegates to the
National Convention, to be held
the week after, may be selected.
The National Convention is called
earlier than usual iu order that the
party, may be better organized and
a more thorough campaign niaue
iu behalf of its nominess and its
great principles. The same advan
tage attends the earlier meeting m of
our State Convention and nomation
of its candidates.
The State committee respectfully
urge upon the county committees
throughout the State to take early
action for the call of their county
conventions, in accordance ithjthe
plan of organization which is publish
ed ith this address, giving full no
tice of meetings in the different
townships, so that vrlmaric may. be
fairly heldandully attended. Thus
the fairness of all nominations and
other business done inus be univer
sal! v conceded. It is obviously im
portant that every county shall be
rpnrpKHiitfil in th Statt Convention
by one or more of its own citizens,!
but-if for any reason one cannot at-,
tend, provision has been t made for
the representation of the county by
any person appointed by the cljaiK
man of the county convention, or in
case his failure to appoint, by one
Ship Stuff, resawed ..18 00
Rough Edge Plank .15 00
West India Careles. accord
ing to Quality .13 00
Dressed Flooring, seasoned.18 00 22 00
Scantlim? and Board, com'n.14 00 15 00
MOLASSES, y gallon
New Crop, in hhds. 25 26
" m bbis.... :. 28 30
Porto Rico, In hhds 28 (s 30
" " in bbls 30 a 35
Sugar nouse. In hhds 00 . 15
inbols. 16 1$
Syrup, In bbls...; 22 35
NAILS, V Keg, Cut. lOd basin.. 2 40 2 50
Deck and Spar.. . ..
Chickens, live rown...
PEANUTS, y busheL 22 lb..
POTATOES, y bushel
Sweet Irish, y bbl.......... ..
PORK. & barrel
City Mess....... 17 50
, Prime..; ....15 00
itnmp... ' w
hHICK Carolina, lb. 4
: - Kougn. y Dush, (upland)... ...eo
BAGS", w lb country..... 00
ROPE, w lb...... ...4 14v
SALT, y sarX. Alum .; CO t4 75,
' Liverpool..;.; . 65 a 70
" Lisbon............... : 00 - 00
American . ".- i.. .... 4 0
SOAP, y U) Northern .......... ,
Leave Columbia. .
Leave Sumter. . ,
Arrive Florence ,
Arrive Wilmington. . .
f 10 25
t 8 22
4 3.V t 10 30
5 22i 11 11
8 351 2 101
M. Hp; M.
' 8. 20
Dally. t Dally except Sunda3r.
No. 53 runs through to Charleston, S, c, via
Central 11. R., arriving Manning 7:20 p. M
Lanes 8:02 P. M., Charleston 9:45 P. M.
No. 57 runs through to Charleston via Cen
tral r. r., arriving Manning 8:48 A. M., Lanes
9iJ3 A. M., Charleston 11:30 A. M.
No. 66 connects at Florence with C. and D.
train fur Cheraw and Wadesboro.
Nos. 78 and 14 make close connection at Wil
mington with VV. W. R. R. for all points
JOHN F. DIVINE,
J. R. KENLY, Supt. Transportation.
, " T. M. EMERSON, General Passenger Agent.
feb 10 -- ' - '
Palmetto Railroad Co.
N AND AFTER FRIDAY, DEC. t6, 1887,
Trains will run as follows, dally except Sun
No 1 Passenger and Freight. I
Leave Hamlet, N. C . . 8.20 A. M.
Arrive at Cheraw, S. C 9.30 A. M.
No. 2 Passenger and Freight:
Cheraw. S. C. . . . , .4.25 P. M.
5.35 P. M.
WM. MONCURE, Sup't.
Arrive Charlotte. .
8 40 am
10 &2 am
13 45 pm
a uu pm
1 25 am
2 17 am
2 27 am
8 25 am
7 05 am
2 30 pm
4 00 pm
. NO. 6.
5 45 am
4 25 pm
Trains No. l and 2 make close connection at
Hamlet with Trains to and from Raleigh.
Through Sleeping Cars between Wilmington
and Charlotte and Charlotte and Raleigh.
Take Train No. l for statesvllie and stations
on W. N. C, R. R. and points West. Also, for
Spartanburg, Greenville, Athens, Atlanta and
all points Southwest. Also; for Ashevllie via
Spartanburg. . "
Local Freight Not 5 and 6 trl-weekly be
tween Wlunlngton and Laurinburg.
Local . Freight Nos. 7 and & dally between
Laurinburg and Charlotte. . r
jsos. 5, 6, 7, 8, i ax piisKengers.
. L c , JONES, superintendent.
F. W. CLARK, Gen'l I'asurtr iron t.
Jan 5 - . -,. ... !. : .
iwr a Ttf ttp a nTTfPTMVinn
III M 1 K I 1 r M I II lul I K A ft I .
MANUFACTURERS OF '
- ' ; ' .' " Vs- ':
Fertilizers, Pine Fibre and
i- Pino Fihrp Mattincr
Arrive at Eamlet. N. C
dec 16 tf
Wilmington &Weldon R. R.
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
Dated Jan. 8, 1888.
Leave Weldon. ....
Ar. Rocky Mount.
ArrlveTarboro. . . .
Arrive Wilson... .
2 05 pm
3 17 pm
4 50 pm
5 43 pm
0 00 am
7 15 am
Leave Goldsboro. .
Leave Magnolia. . .
10 50 am
3 53 pm 7 00 pin l 7 4S am
4 10 pmi
5 19 pm
4 45 pm
5 50 pm
6 05 pm
7 40 pm
7 40 pot
9 55 pm
S 40 am
9 38 am
9 54 am
11 35 am
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
rpiIE REPUTATION OF OUR FERTILIZERS
the ACME and GEM. Is now estahllshed. and
the results of three rears use in the hands ot
tne Dest iarmers oi tnig and otner states luiiy
attest their value as a high grade manure.
- ,. - ' " - . '
s j.uu xnAx iiiMu, nuuie irom ine xeaves oj our
nativfi nlnfi : Is nniivrimf tn h Ann-al in anv
wool carpet lor comfort and durability and the
denand for It Is dally increasing. . It Tiaar vlr
tues not found in any other fabric. , f
The FIBRE or WOOL ts extAnslverr tispni for '
Upholstering purposes, and as a .filling for
Mattresses is almost equal to hair, being light,
elastic and proof against insects.
certificates from reliable parties using our
goods can be seen at our qtfflce, or win be mall
ei upon application. ; ; tanitf
4U BDRNT CHILD MABS TBK ilEr
rjUNDREDS OF MEN IN WILMINGTON
tuinJc they have their lives Insured. Some of
them will die while under this impression and
their lamllles will discover too late that it
was an Illusion. ! .
This has haDDened in Wilmington durlncr
iiiioii luuum uj um luiiurc vi Lue JirKt as
sessment company that commenced business
here, Others will follow soon. Before It ts
too late, make sure provisions for your family
in a life Insurance company that has stood the
The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New
xorK, is ine oiavst, largest ana oest company in 1
the world. Its poUcies are Inconteetible, are
rtAlrl ImmpfllfltPlp- rm tha nvwlnt nt nnvif rf
death, and are liberal in their conditions.
Assets now over f ii8,000,00aoa 1 ;
Leave Magnoua. .
Leave Fayette vlllej
12 05 am
2 23 am,
9 00 am; 3 45 pm
iu 35 am I 5 28 pm
10 50 ami 5 50 pm
11 50 am 6 52 pm
M. S. WILLARD, Agent,
- 214 North water St.
i8 30 am
10 50 am
ill 59 am
3 03am!l2 42 pm;
Ar.Vocky Mount. ......... 1 18pm
7 48 pm
8 24 pm
4 50 pm
10 50 am
(4 1 00
1 oo !
Arrive Weldon 4 30amt 2 40pm 9 35 pm
Dally except Sunday.
Train on Scotland Neck Branch Road leaves
Halifax for Scotland Neck at 3.00 P. M. Re
turning leaves Scotland Neck at 9.30 A. M. daily
Tram leaves xarDoro, js. c, via AiDermarie
& Raleigh k. r. daily except Sunday, 6.00 P. M.,
Sunday uo l. m., arrive wuiiamston, . c.
8.10 P. M., .40 P. M. Returning leaves Wll-
liamston. N. C, daily except Sunday, 7.40 A.
ML, Sunday 9.50 A. AL. Arrive Tarboro, N. C,
9.4 A. So... A. JU.
Train on Midland N. C. Branch leaves Golds
boro, N. C, dally except Sunday, 8.30 A- M,
arrive Smithfleld, N. C, iaot A. M. Returning
leaves smithfleld, N. C, 10.45 A. M., arrivw
Goldsboro. N. c. 12.10 1. AL
Train on .is ash viae Branch leave Rocky
Mount for Na.-hvllle. 4.00 P. M-, arrives at
Nashville 4.40 P. M., Spring Hope 5.15 P. M.
Returning leaves Spring Hope 10.40 A. M
Nashville 1L15 A. AL, Rocky Mount 1L55A,
AL. dally except sunctay.
Train on Clinton Branch leaves Warsaw for
Clinton, dally. exceDt Sunday. . at 5.00 P. M.
Returning leaves Clinton at 8.45 A. MJ connect-
ini? at w arsaw witn os. 15 and uo.
southbound Train on Wilson & Fayettevllle
Branch is No. 5L Northbound is No. 50. 'Dally
Train No. 27 south will stop only at Wilson,
Goldsboro and Magnolia.
Train No. 78 maaes close connection at Wel
don for all points North dally; All rail via
Richmond, and daily, except Sunday, via Bay
Line. - -
Trains make close connection for all points
.Nonn via Richmond and Washington.
All trains run solid between Wilmington and
Washington, and have Pullman Palace Sleep
ers aitacneu. - - : . .
JOHN F. DIVINE, Genl Supt.
J. R. KENLY. Sup't. Transportation.
TJITITJ Sea Wonders exist in thousands
U Jliijlr ot 'orms, but are surpassed by the
mmmmmm marvels of invention. Those who
are in need of profitable work that can be done
while living at home should at once send their
address to Hailett & Co., Portland. Maine, and
receive free. fuU information how, either sex.
or all ages, can earn from $5 to $25 per day and
upwards wnerever taey live, xou are started
free. - Capital not required. Some have made
over $50 In a single day at this work. All suc
ceed, .... , . nor 22 emd lyw
EMERSONVGen'I Passenger Agent.
Be warded are those who
read this and then act; they
will. And honorable employ-'
ment that will not take them from their homes
and families. The profits are large and sore
for every lndustrlrus person, many have made
and are now making several hundred dollars
a mohth. It 1 easy for any one to make 15
and upward per day, who Is willing to work.
Either sex, young or old; capital not needed:
we start you. Everything new. - No special
ability required; you, reader, can do t as well
as any one. Write to us at once for full par
ticulars, which we mall free. Address Stlnson
& Co.. Portland, Maine. nov22dfimwly
" half century. Not
among the wonders of Inventive progress la .
method and system of work that c r 1 be per.
formed all over the country wlthou ; separa--tlmr
the workers from their homes. Pa v lib
eral; any one can do their work; either sex.
young or old; no special ability required, cap
ital not neededyou are started free. Cut this
out and return to ns and we will send you free.
something 01 great value and importance to.
you, (hat will start you In business, which
win bring you in more money right a way, than .
anything else in the world. Grand outjujree
Address Tkce & Co., Augusta, Maine. ;
nov vz ima lyw - . . . -: . -
A CCIDENT, FIRE, LIFE, 'MARINE, RENT
AN I) TORNADO INSURANCE.
, SMITH & BOATWRIGHT,
-- vl s No. 124 N. Water street
mcb.i2.tr; ..y r Telephone No. 7J
A A. UruiVii a (Jo.,'
ENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS k TOR
FIRE. LIFE. MARINE" AND ACCIDENT. :
over $35,000 paid out for death losses for year
1357, la Wilmington,' n. c .
omee corner A tirut Water and Mulberry sts., 1
up stairs. fab .-tX -
Manly VigorJ Weakness orLoi f 7.TMi.nrrrrr
TUincntly rertored hy tlic use of ao ci.'.irciv i;-
snMHij. xne lerna Naitta Swui Spain. ,Sa
h Trochees never fail. Our U JnstratcJ. u vz Ikk 1
testimonials, (gent pra'.-dv Iitv nantiho;. i
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