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ENCLAND'S SUPREMACY RECOGNIZED. (
UalUl Mat Official lUcocniUoa'
of Koa-laod'a Claim to tba TrwituL
Washington, Mareh 23. Tno Uti
ted 8't s bas gtn tfflcisl, though
indirect re"gt.ilion 10 Great Brit
ain's ann ivi-jn if tbe two lepub
hei witb birh it it at war ia Booth
Africa. Tbis recognition in accord
ed in tbe Htate Department.' annual
review of the commerce or tbe tot
ted States with foreign countries,
which was iaiaed today.
In tbia publication tbe two repub
lics, wbieh hare been orevionalv
known as tbe hoatb African repub
lic and tbe Orange Free Htate, are
referred to in every instance aa tbe
"Transvaal." and the"Oracge Hirer
Colony," whicb are tbe names Great
Britain'! annexation proclamation
aonlied fo them. It ia explained m
a loot note tbat th former republic!
bate been annexed to Great Kntain
and that thev are now only colonies
in an empire.
The United Htates ia tbe flr.t pow
r to recognize tbe annexation, ail
other powers baving taken tbe stand
tbat recognition of tbe annexation is
not in order until tbey have bad for
mal notice of it, which Or eat Britain
baa not yet eiven them.
Boer sympathizers are considera
bly wronsrht ud oyer the fact tbat
tbe United Htates should be tbe fir
to accord recognition to the haitd
and disputed annexation.
The Htruwlerrj Crop.
Mt. Olive Advertiser.
The opinion so frequently express
ed, that the strawberry crop of liortb
Carolina will be short, is fully war
ranted by a thorough canvass made
by our fallow citizeu and strawberry
authority. Mr. VV. F. Engliah, who
has jont roturned from a visit to ev
ery shipping point between Goldsbo
ro and Wilmington.
Mr. English states tbat at only
one point on the road will the crop
be as large as last year, and Teacbey
will enj jy that distinction.
Ilurcaw will fall tar behind last
year in her rhipmtitst and tbe gen
eral condition at IU ky Point and
vicinity is thown by the fact th&t
the larsreat grower .t that place has
about fifteen acres lees in the fruit
than be bad last year.
Mt. Olive, Faiaou and Warsaw will
suffer a sborUge ol about To per
cent, due however to late planting
last fall rather than a decrease iu
Plants appear to bevery slow in
all sections iu putting forth blooms,
and are still locking rusty nud
brown, instend of possessing the
dark green o lor tbat is indicative
of healthy and growiug plants.
Tbe present outlook is not only
for a short crop, but unless there are
unusually favorable conditions, the
crop must necednar(ly bo extremely
Cabana Said to l
Preparing for War.
special, 16tb, to
News riiicliej here tbat is abso-
a. a . . ...
intHy authentic authority tbat a re
bellion is being organized in Cnba to
take up arms against tbe United
This is a result of the feoling since
the recent formal position of tbis
ibis information comes from a
member of Mayor H wdea'a family,
who is a resident of Cuba, and he
asserts of his own knowledge tbat
the extreme element is greatly in tbe
majority and tbat tbey are today st
ore tly preparing for war and are
maKiug heavy purchases of arms
Tbe statement creates considers
ble excitement among the large Cu
ban colony here.
Th Outraata A Tale of (he North wet
Mr. W. A. Fraser, author of Moos
way and Others, has jist written for
early publication in the Saturday
Evening Post a short, stirring serial,
entitltd The Outc&sts.
The Outcasts are an old buffalo
an I a wolf-dog, aad the greater part
of tbe story is about tbe strange com
radeship and striking adventures of
those companions, and their pilgrim
age, in company, to the distant
plains of deep grasp, of which the
There are action, and strength of
word and phrase iu the story, and
the touch of the soil and tbe music
abd charm and eombreness of the
forest. The rusa of tbe frenzied buf
falo herd to death is told with splen
did dramatic power. Tbe plan of tbe
book is a unique conception, and it
is workid out on novel and entain
All Fur the Bosses.
Charlotte People's Paper.
m . a. ...
All yoa have to do to Had tut
where you are drifting is jast read a
few pages of the acts of the present
legislature. Ask the merchants what
they have done for them: put the
purchase tax four times higher than
ever beiore. whentcoms to en
acting a law that is for the benefit
ot a few bosses of dt signing men. it
is rauroaora mrougn and the mass
es Lave no voice at all. Wt at is the
impeachment trial for that is going
on in itaieign this weeK, tbat is cost
ing tbe tax payers thousands and
thousands of dollar t Furebes and
Douglas do not belong to tbe rant
that is in power. They can't dictate
Her Grief Ended.
There is one attorney of ripe years
and experience in Greensboro who
says not another woman will fool
mm as to ner griel and piety. The
Record eays he was attending a suit
for one whose husband was killed bv
a train not many months ago. When
he was consulted and retained in the
case he says the w6inan's pastor and
a large number of friends called on
him and told him what a good
Christian woman she was and how
t . -
ne was grieving over tiie loss of
her husband. The attorney's sym
pathies were enlisted and he man
aged to get the case settled without
a suit. The woman was given $1,000
me money Deing paid only the oth-
er aay. adoui the nrst thing she
did was to buy a new suit of clothes
for a married man and now they
nave eiopea gone glimmering.
nr. JG. Uetchon's Ami Diuretic
.J. wortho you more than
$100 if you have a child who
bedding from incontenence of water
during sleep. Cures old and young
alike. It arrests the trouble at once.
$1. Sold by Henry T. Hicks, Prug-
Makes Oms food more delicious and wholesome
rM jm wm
THE PRESIDENTS 8TAM0.
To t llobulll far thm fair at nt. Louia.
Representativu Bartholdt Mun-
oari has purchased toe stat-d at tb
east front of tbe ca.lul on which
President McKinley stood during ibt
administration to him f tbe oath o'
c-fflee by Cbief Justice Fuller and to
dhvery of bis inaugural address.
Each piece of lumber in me siano
as numbered a the structure was
torn dowr. UdPreseniaiiye iar
boldt will causa tbe stand to' be built
at tit. Louis as one of the exhibits at
the Lcuisiaoa purchase fair, and it
is tbe understaudin that President
MeKinley will deliver an address
from itdotiug the fair.
Klrtioos In MiaaiMippl.
Waal's tbis we hear from Missis-
ippi from Mississippi which, witb
reason, diBfranchist a the negroT a
paean welcoming mil jnnial Jojst a
long, sw-et boot of pleasure and coc
tent with conditions that have resul
ted! Tnis from tbe Grenada (Mta )
Sentinel is hardly the one or the oth
er indeed, it has a strangely famil
"Iu tho primaries in 1899 som-
individual, by the corrupt use ot
money and oy other disreputable
means th use of whiskey and the
stuffing of ballot boxes, and the votes
of poll tax dthuquents were made
tbe nominee" of tue party ana forced
upon tbe public
In other words the lacile Missus-
ippians have gotten a reading, wri
ting and expounding clauses in tb
Constitution, which w&s ustd to o
out tbe ne?ro, ignorant and educa
ted alike, have turned with gusto
and aoD&rent success to d ing one
another, in the primaries, what the)
formerly did to the negro at the reg
A Farmer Coniinita Suicide Rather Than
Appear aa a Wltneaa In Court.
George Perry, a farmer living at
Dry Run, in Anderson township
committed suicide by shooting
himself In the right temple. He
was about 73 years old and a wld
owef. and five children survive
him. Perry was one of the princi
pal witnesses in the Brown murder
case, lie attenaea court on vvea
nesday but appeared muoh disturb
ed. He walked through the corri
dors wringing his hands. He said
that he feared the ordeal of appear
ing before the jury, as he had never
before been in a court room. When
Prosecutor Horrheimer told him
that he would get the truth at all
hazards Perry broke down and
It was reported at the coroner's
office that Perry remarked that he
would rather die than appear in
court, and to this the cause of tho
deed Is attributed.
S. A. L. CHANGES.
Taking effect at 12 :01 Sunday.
Feb. 24th, the following changes
will be made in S. A. L. passenger
Atlanta Special, operated between
Atlanta and Portsmouth, No 402,
will leave Raleigh, northbound at
1 a. m., southbound at 3 :46 a m.
The Florida and Metropolitan
Limited No. 44, operated between
New York and St, Augustine, will
leave Raleigh, northbound at 12:26
a, m., southbound at 3:46 a. m.
Trains No. 402, northbound, will
stop at Wake, Franklinton, Hen
derson, Warren Plains and Little
Train No. 403, southbound, wili
stop at Apex, Moncure, Sanford,
Southern Pines and Pine Bluff on
No change in present schedule of
C. H. GATTIS, C. P. & T. A.,
Raleigh, N. C.
Had Something1 Just as Good.
An absent-minded drug clerk was
asked the other day if he kept Lent,
ana ne repuea, "mo, but er we
have something just as good."
TJamanaville Society Note.
This town is getting right in the
push. Some of the
dresses drag three or
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Stritp has
been used for children while teethinir.
It soothes the child, softens the rum.
allays all pain, cures wind colio, and is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Twenty-five
cents a bottle Sold by all drug
gists throughout the world.
Save Your Gardens
Pat. March i5
i"at In Canada
1 Pound Package,
12 J "
Julius Lewis Hardware Co., Raleigh. II. C
RELIEF IN HIX HOURS.
Dlstreeelng Kidney acd Bladdt-r
Ul()e relieved In six boors by
New Oekat Houth American
Kiiey Cckk." Ft ia a rrt-at sur
prise on account of its exwdlng
promptness in relieving pain in
bladder, kidneys and back, in male
m a ar if - a J 6
or remaie. neiieve retention ui
waUT almost immediately. If you
want quick relief and core this is
th remedy. Sold by Henry T.
Hicks, druggist, Raleigh, N. C.
It pays some men to be honent be-'
cause they have lens competition.
IF THE BABY IS CUTTING
Be sure and use that old and well
tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow'h
soothino Syrup for children teeth
ing. It soothes the child, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
collo and is the best remedy for
diarrhoea. 25 cents a bottle.
Wells in a portion of Guilford
county have gone dry and are being
WANTED. Two reliable Traveling
Salesmen in each State; permanent po
sition ; salary and expenses ; experience
not absolutely essential. Address,
Piedmont Tobacco Works. Greensboro,
N. C. 6
MILEAGE TICKETS REDUCED.
Seaboard Air Line Railway on thou
sand mile tickets are now sold from all
points on its lines at rate of $25.00, in
cluding those previously sold in tbe
State of Florida at po.000. These tick
ets are good over the entire Seaboard
Air Line Railway system and are hon
ored between Richmond and Washing
ton by tbe Richmond, Fredericksburg
and Potomac and Pennsylvania rail
roads, between Portsmouth and Balti
more by the Baltimore Steam Packet
Company (Bay Line) and between
Clinton and Columbia, S. V,., by tbe
Columbia, Newberry & Laurens Rail
road All tickets which have been
sold at $25,00 and endorsed "not good
in State of Florida" will he honored
over tbe entire system, iticluding lines
in Florida, regardless of such endorse
ments. In Michigan last season 15,000
deer were slain by hunters. Stops
are being taken to prevent another
slaughter. It is proposed to limit
each hunter to two deer. This
move has the backing of the Amer
loan Sportsmen's Association.
At the close of business on Mar'h
6th the United States treasury held
more gold than ever before in itt
Valuable Almanac Free.
We have received a copy of the
new almanac for 1901 published by
the Royal Baking Powder Company.
It is an artistic and useful book and
will be of interest to housekeepers.
A noteworthy feature of the alma
nac is a prediction of the weather
for every day in the year, by Prof.
DeVoe, who correctly prophesied the
grat Galveston cyclone and other
important meteorological events. We
are authorized to say that any wo
man reader of this paper can secure
a copy without cost by sending a re
quest to the Company, at 100 Wil
liam St., New York.
Thousand's are Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
tling indicates an
tion of the kid
neys; if it stains
your linen tt is
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
tiJ pass it or pain in
uic uwk is aviso
sonvinclng proof that the kidneys and blad-
What to Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
iften expired, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
oot, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
tsh In curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects inability
to hold water and scalding pain in passing
It, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
and a book that tells
more about it, both sent
absolutely free by mail,
.JJ r irii
auua ur. turner ot Home of Bwmp.Root.
Co.. Blnghamton. N. Y. When writing men.
I Hon reading this generous offer in this paper.
I'M fill FASTY PUTTCC3
atu lata, uaa
Th People's Party Conranttoa
! assembled la Raleigh, April lllX,
i reaffirm the principle set forth ia
the People Party National pi
I form adopted at St. Louis la IN,
and Instructs the delegate U
MM.r.a w tTlwr . "1!" . . r lUe
or wuiiam J. uryan xor rresuaen.
Wo commend the present State
Administration lor its high pel
so rial and official Integrity, and
challenge a eomparteon of Its reo
ord with any and all of Its prede-
We condemn tbe Democratic Ligis-
l.tn mm rf 1BOQ fr ttm (TtnllMll T.
" . : . .. v i ; . .JT!L.i- I
.1 rrw iwtm mi I
14s3 ,971-11, expended by the preoea
inr Legislature, aa exoeas ot $310y-
794.65, not including the sum of $100,
000 for public education north 1350
for purchase or State rarms.
We further condemn said Leaisla
tore for the careless blundering and
careless legislation, Inclodjnc more
gross blunders and unconstitutional
laws than erer before enacted by any
General Assembly in North Carolina.
We further denounce the machine
leaders of tbe Democratic party for
laying the whip on tbe backs sir the
Democratic Legislature and forcing
them into enacting and submitting a
disfranchising constitutional amend
ment in riolation of the solemn
Died res of tbe party, made not only
officially in their campaign handbook.
but by members ol.tbe uenerai Assem
blr and other Democratic candidates
for office in their canrass before the
people. We denounce them not only
for doing tbis in violation of their
pledges, but also for submitting a mea
sure most odious in form and danger
ous in effect. That Oeneral Assembly
being composed of. some of tbe best
lawyers of the party, muss nave
known, or at least had a reasonable
m . . ' m
doubt, not only as to the unconstitu
tionality of the monstrous provision of
Section 5. known as the "grandfather
clause" iu said amendment, but also
of the great danger of that unconstitu
tional sectional section falling, leav
ins; the remainder ot the amendment
to stand, thus disfranchising by an ed
ucattonal qualification fifty or sixty
thousand white voters of North Caro
lina, wbo in 1S98 gave tbe Democratic
party power in tbe Legislature, and
whose ignorance is no fault of their
own but is chargeable to the neglect of
tbe Democratic party, which uow seeks
to disfranchise them and make tbei
ignorance a crime alongside tbat of
But even if the proposed amendment
were not unconstitutional (as it clear
ly is), still it is especially objection
able in the following particulars :-
(a) In that it dignifies with the right
of sunrage the most vicious, trouble
some and obnoxious class of the negro
population, and completely diafran
cbises the meat faithful,kindly and or
derly element of that race.
(b) In that,whiie clamoring for white
supremacy and declaring tbat no white
man shall be disfranchised under this
amendment, they have so written their
amendment chat every white boy be
coming of age after 1008 stands on the
same footing with the negro, and can
not vote nnless he is able to read and
(o) In that Ly the latter provision
tbey have made it possible for the ed
ucated negro after idj to cast his bal
lot while tbe unfortunate son ot the
white men who have been the strength
of true democracy stands without a
vote at the ballot box. They slaugbtei
the suffrage of the son whose father
they dare not openly attack.
(d) In that this suffrage amend
ment does not remove the negro from
politics or settle the negro question in
(e) In that every voter who has not
paid his poll tax as much as rive
months before the State election and
eight months before the national elec
tion, shall be disfranchised as much as
if he were convicted of felony or were
an ignorant liegro. The purpose of
this provision is not only to disfran
chise every good honest citizen who
unfortunately cannot pay his taxes by
the first of March preceding the elec
tion, but further to try to bribe the vo
ter to surrender his sunrage at the ex
pense of the public school fund of the
State, which is derived from poll taxes.
There lurks behind tbis proposition a
still greater danger to the public
schools of the State, for with the adop
tion of the amendment the opponents
of free schools in North Carolina will
at once raise the cry that every dollar
raised for public instruction means the
increase of the number of negro vo
ters, and thus the poor white man's
son will be chained in bondage of ig
norance and disfranchised to prevent
the education of the negro voter.
There is no white supremacy in this.
The constitutional question pre
sented by the proposed amendment is
one that mnst be determined by the
judgment and conscience of each indi
vidual voter. Therefore, we do not
make it a party question. We state tbe
evils and dangers and leave the voters
of all parties to pass their verdict in
the light of these facts. The question
is above party, and no one should be
more active and anxious in our judg
ment to defeat it than the rank and
file of the Democratic party.
The People's Party is and has always
been more distinctly than any other
party in North Carolina a white man's
party, and is more anxious than any
other party to solve the race problem,
mu bu luree mil parties so a discussion
of the great economic issues so vitally
affecting the welfare of all wealth pro
ducers of the State and nation and de
cency in politcs.
Therefore, we propose in lieu of this
dangerous amendment, the best solu
tion of the race question that is possi
ble as long as the 15th amendment to
the Constitution of the United States
stands a solution which deprives no
white man in North Carolina now or
hereafter of his right ofsnffrage, to-wit-
Amend Section 6, Art. , ui the Con
stitution of North Carolina by insert
ing among the disqualifloations for
office, enumerated therein, the ifollow
ing, viz : All negroes and silver sons
of negro descent to tbe thirdfgecera
If the Democratic Legislature which
meets in June will offer this Bate, con
stitutional and wholesome amendment
injlieu of the present scheme it will
have our hearty support. If they will
not, we appeal to the people to rally to
our assistance to elect a Legislature
pledged to support suohjan amend
ment. We congratulate the peopleoffNorth
Carolina upon the decision ofjthe State
Suprems Court in the case of Harris
vs. Wright (131 N. C. IL, 17S), declar
ing that the General Assembly has
power to provide different systems of
county government for various coun
ties of the State. Acting under this
deoision,we pledge the People's Party
to the maintenance of the system of
local self-government ia all the white
oounties, towns and cities in the State
as established by the General Assem
bly of 1396, and at the same time to
provide and maintain a legislative sys
tem of coonty government for all the
negro counties of the (State, so that
there can never be any question that
the white people shall always have full
and complete control of aomnty in4the
We denounoe the Democratic Legis
lature of 1899 for passing anlelection
law, every provision of whiehis care
fully and cunningly DlannadTand d.
vised to thwart the sovereign will f
the people of North Carolina byhole-
sais mil and desauehery of tha fcal
'ot ox ie withta fear
oawaAUeuaa, Uai it utsj
amfair, lifiam as
isJ etaetiea law tfeaa has wrev
auarao4 Uw stataU koofcs of aaj
cusm ta Um Uaiea.
if Diedjre ooraalvM to I
flcieocy of the pbu cbool .jtum
is SiotUt Carolina, aad pot el to aha
fact that the People's Party has doae
more for pafcuio education ia North
troliaa tban the Vaaoeratte partj
aid ia twice tbe teagta of un.
Ta tae PopaiUU of Sort Carolina ia
credited the Irti gitU i crease
oniortanate claw in Morta Caro-
una aad to an increase to toe
aary facillUee for tbe aam. As aa
earnest of our sincerity we point to
oar past record in this particular, and
aay teas no "Legialatore ta wmcn
Popoiisw have had a controlling too
has ever tnrneU a deaf ear to the de
mand of the unfortunate, or been fol
lowed cy an argent appeal for aa di
tioaal proyistoo aa has been
issued by the Hoard of Pobho Chart-
ties because of tbe failure of tbe Dent-
ooratio Legislator to make such pro
vision aa seen and urgently needed at
tbe time they were consuming their
lime in enacting political legislation
and creating new offloee during tbe
easi on oflSW.
Labor is indispensable to the crea
tion and profitable use of capital. Cap
ital increase tfee efficiency and value
of labor. Whoever arrays one against
the other, is an enemy of both. That
policy Is wisest and best, which bar
moniaes tbe two on the basis of abso
Men can be cured privately and
positively at bomb of all weakness
and disease Write for new tree book
to Dr. J. N. Hathaway, 22 b. Broad
St., Atlanta, Ua. U
Permanently cured by the master
ly" power of South African Neb-
vine Tonic." Invalids need suffer
no longer, because this great remedy
can cure them all. It is a cure for the
whole world of stomach weakness
and indigestion. Tha cure begins with
the first dose. Tha relief it brings is
marvelous and surprising. It makes
no failure; never disappoints. Na
matter how long you have suffered,
your cure is certain under the use of
this great health-giving force. Pleas
ant and always safe. Sold by Henry
T. Hicks, Druggist, Raleigh, N. C.
A very prosperous sohool with mod
ern buildings, splendidly located in a
remarkably healthful section in War
ren oounty on S. A. L. Road between
Raleigh and Weldon N. C.
Panacea water kept in building at
all times for free use of inmates.
Fifteen officers and teachers. Terms
very low. For catalogue address Rev,
J M RHODES. A. M., PRESIDENT
r.irsletnn. N. V,
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the Deaths of Prominent Citi,
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Lv Phlladel FEB S29m 3 50 am
Lv Baltimore, ,, 6 & pm 6 2 am
liV Waaaingloa P. K. K. .Q S5 piu 8 85 am
iiV Kicnmond. SAL By lo 0 pm 12 23 au.
L.V Kidgeway Jot 2 06 am 8 30 pm
Lv Raleigh. ......3 4gam 6 09 pm
Ar Uamlet..... 6 8jam 7 50 pm
LV " mmmmm 6 4 BJI1 8 10 pm
Lv Columbia 8 40 am 10 30 am
Ar Savannah ....121jpm 220am
at Jacksoavill 3 60 pm 6 30 air
Ar Tampa 6 00 am 6 Oj pm
Ho. 403. io. 41.
Lv New York NYP A N 1 7 65 am 8 65 pm
Lv Philadelphia 10 20 am 11 28 pm
Lv N Y, O D 8 8 Co...t 3 00 p ji
Lv Baltimore B S P Co
Lv Waah'n N4W8B
bv Portsmouth H.AijBy 9 0J pm
10 16 Oi
2 10 po
4 ml pm
7 4o pm
8 05 pm
lJ 45 am
5 3 j aor
11 10 am
il 00 am
4 12 pm
8 30 pm
6 U pm
8 10 am
Lv Ridsreway Jet . 12 65 am
Lv Raleigh 3 0 am
Ar Hamlet 6 SO am
Lv " 6 45 am
ax Wilmington, ........ 12oopm
ax. cnaxioue, 9 6t am
Ar Aogusta O & W C... & 10 pm
ax Macon C of Ga. 7 20 .m
at Montg'ry A A W P .. 9 20 pm
Ar Mobile LAN 2 65 am
Ar New Orleans LAN. 7 80 am
at Naahrill N C A St L 6 36 am
Ar Memphis " 4 UOpm
LvAtUnUS SAL By... 1 00 pm
Lv Charlotte 6 SJpua
bv. Wilmingtoo, 3 Sjpm
uj Hamlet.. 8 80pm
Ar Raleigh 950am
9 00 pm
8 05 am
ArPortamouui 7 00am
ar Waah'ton N A W 8 B
Ar Baltimore B tt P Co.
at ftew York O C d b Co
ar Philadelphia N YPAN 5 46 pm
arnew York..... ...8 3a pm
Lv Tampa. ...... ..s A L 9 00 pm
Lv Jacksonville 10 20 am
Lv Savannah... 150 pm
Lv Columbia . ... 6z7pm
Lt Hamlet 9 40 pm
LT Ka'igt 12 28am
Lv Kidgeway Jet t loam
LvRicnmoad & 10am
Ar Waanington, p. xX.R. 8 45am
Ar Baltimora P B B . .. 10 uSam
Ar Pnllaarlghla P tt, R. Vt 27pu
ArNew YoxaPRR ... 8 5pm
7 45 pm
11 69 am
6 45 am
Note. :Daily except sanday
Time 1 Eastern TLue.
Dining care between New York and Rich
mond, and Hamlet and Jacksonville on
trains aos. 81 and 44. -
Tickets on sale to all points. Pull
man births. Reserved and reserva
tions made on outgoing steamers
from Norfolk. 'Baggage checked
from hotel and residences without
extra charge. Call at the
Up-town Ticket Office
Yarborough House Building,
u. H. Gattis, C. T. and P. A.
RALEIGH, N. C.
H. 8. LEAED, T. P. A, Hamlet, N C MONE08?' Dd 8AVE Y0U
E. E. h, BUNCH, Genl Pass. Argent cfe &r?
General offices: Portamnntii xr. but. in.tn u?" 1,eciorB;
Men and women of
good address to
8011,8 10 appoint
! nt8' otbefs for loc1 workbook
S aftfr ar Interests. $900 salary
rniTd yearly? era commissions
JftlM; ntid dcemeDt, old
established house. Grand chance for
earnest man or woman to secure pleas
ant, permanent nositinn tJizz.
and f nture. New, brilliant Un! wte
28 Church SL, Kew Haven. Conn
r Htt cLtu i ,t(U dcl i ur rtt
o mar riniM .v.. '
hmot an otW ttonSBljL"!M."3
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AND ATLANTIC COAST LINK R
OOMPANT Or SOUTH
TRALM QOIKO SOUTH
Lv Biiua. .
LvFayattevUle.. Lv Bairna
Ar Rocky Monet,
Ar Tarboro .....
Lv Rocky Mount,
fDanv axeept Monday.
Wilmington and Wtidon Kallroad, Tad
kin Division Main Lin Train taaraa Wii
mlngton 9 00 a. arrlTes FayUrviU
12 OS p, m leaves Fayetuvllls It 25 p. u.
arrives Banford 1 41 p. ru. Ksturntcir laav
Sanford 8U 6 p. m arrlvs Favauevliis 4 20
p. m., leave FayrtUvllls 410 p. iu., ariiTt .
Wilmington 9 2) p. ra.
Wiimineton and Waldon Railroad. Han
neUsvuls Braach Train lea rat Bumo
vills bta a. m , Maxton 9 (5 a ra Kad
Sprinsa 9 OS a. ru., liopa Mills 10 bi a. m.
arriva Kavettsvills 11 10. Petorning
Fayettevule 4 4S p. Hop Mills &&.
m., Ked Springs S 43 p. m Maxtoa 6 16 t .
m., arrivas BennstuvUle 7 15 p. m.
Oonneotions at Fayette vills with train vo
78 at Maxton with tbe i'arollca C .-a.
Railroad, at Rod Springs with tha Rod
Sprinn and Bow more Railroad, atbaufoil
with the beaboard Air Lin and booUirra
Railway at Golf with Durham and
Train on tne Scotland Beck Branch RoaC
leaves Wsldon S 6ft p. m., Halifax 4 17 p. m.,
arrives Scotland Neck at ft 08 p. m Ureu
villa 6:57 p. m., Kinston 7:&& p. m. Rctoni.
ing leaves Kinston 7 60 a. m., Greenvliis
8:62 a. m arriving liallfax 11:18 a. ru.
Weldon 11:33 a. m..aaiiy exoept Bandar.
Trains on Washington Branch leave Waan
ington 8:10 a. m. and 2:80 p. m-, arrite l ar
mele 9:10 a. m. snd4;0U p.m., return! ru
leave Farmle 9:Sft a. m. and 6.30 p. ra., i
rive WaahingUn li:00 a. m- nnd 7 SO p. n .
dally exoept Sunday.
Train lea yea
iartwro, K. l. daliv aiceu
tsonoay o.ou p. m., Ban aay
b on aay .u p. re., ax-
rives Plymouth 7:40 p. m.. 6 10 p.m., return
ing leave riymoaui OAlly exorpt buru&v
7:60 a. m., and 8anday 9 a. m.t arrivw ! .
boro 10:10 a ru. end 11:00 a. ro.
Train on Midland N. C. Brcnch itarm
Goldsboro daily, exoept Sunday ft .oj a. ta
amying emttnneii a. to., rt-rT,ii
leaves Smitbfield 7 KM a. m., arriyes at Golds
joro 8.25 a. m.
Trains on Nashville Branch leave RockT
Moant at 9:30 a. m.. 8 40 p. ta., arrive .Nab
vU;ei0 2Ja m., 4 03 i. m., SKh-g H.(
11 00 a. m., 4 25 n. iu., retTmjJna ley
Sprlug Hoi III i a. m., 4 65 pja Naantie
1140 a. m., 5 25 p. bu, arrtys at Rociy
Mount 12 00 a. m, 6 p. m., Cully axnepi
Train on Clinton Branch learra Wsa
for Clinton cuuiy, exoept Banoay, 11:40 a. nu.
and 4.25 p. in., returning lm :iicUu at
43 a. m. r.nd l&o p. m.
Train No. 78 makes close c-jcerilca at
Weldon for ail points North dally, all r
H. M. KMKESON. Gto'l Pa Art.
tL KKNLY. Cen'l Mu
ah mm a--w aiii v vu a A IX
Y. V9KV,H Tren-
WATU-Two reliable travel.
Ing salesmen in tach State perma
nent, position; salary and expense;
experience not absolutely essential
PlDEMONT TOBACCO WORKS,
of NORTH lakOLINA
lilJS UKAD OF THE STATE'S
inree academic courses leading
Professional courses in
Medicine and Pharmacy.
Summer School for Teachers.
DA1IU 6J tj Um i'i i
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Lv Tar bore. .;tl a -
1 !13 t 4 I" 111 Mt
1 S 13 407 li 4 tTl t 40
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1 16 ft Si It IS 10 45 1 18
I SO 6 10 U 43,11 21 1 b
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r. a. an.r. a. w
UMlly axorpk I
Loans to needy. Froe
i anion to candi
dates for Mlnistrv.
Minister's Sons and
512 students besides 161 in Sum
mer Bcnooi. teachers In the fa
- vr"h auu iniorma
F. P. VENABLE, President
Chapel HI1U N. CL
yoa at rAti
at home, on the farm or In vnn.
T- .;;7.;ri!-"'"a?w a.irfrom
xTC . woiesaie dealers
nlw IRON Roofi.no.
ISE"8 Musical Ikstru
MjpTs, Rewiso Macuixes. Books
. oaASYTiuso else;
. "Ilow are prices on a few lean
ing articles, dslivkkxd at ieid"
in North Carolina - tIto iL "y depjt
neat and durable ttfl. on5 k wns,
15; dump cari. $24- 'cart ,W4g2
axle tii.hfK..J ' , n kneels and
rj, .f; S1B; nice cottage ornn 5.
chapel organ 40; beautiful 7K
fii?0Bp'ndia ne and well mad?
-MrAr1 monejwe d
W. S. BARNES,
IUlsigh, H. a MaKtx.
;& II. C. RAILROAii
A.M. at fanMaboro
Ttma Taa ia. of
asd all vs-
More head City
a i r-
S 10 4
S 10 U
s la li
I lark'S mmmm..
lia aloe .
U. VUf Depot
W Waur ataliona.
iairrapn aini.au Mrcaiar aup
O. ms HILL, c
Onnn ykkly to ;hn.tua
VUUninn or woman to look af
ter our growing bueitfefH in
this and adjoining Count.. -a.
to act at Manager and CJori..
pondt ut; work can b d i.- at
our home. Kuclosv mt-if-aj.
drifd, ftaniin-d -nvtlo4
particulars to II. A. ftmrijioa,
in'l Mau'g'r, Oo'cvran Hug,
opp!lUt U. r.Tnaury, VV
ington, 1). (j.
My MOM III. V M I lit I.I1HK I. Ik. ..'.
tkal Ii ktnaltM u4 nH I.IL li lbll
MUH. II. HOWAM.h MMllw m Mm
Our f-erurnrS if we fail. Any -i r&
ing sVclcli an-1 Jrfccrljtki of any ir.vct.vma;
prunit!7 rttJe or cir;kn iter :i ' ts;
the pat.ta1il.:y of umc, "I low t
l'alit" cnt jon r"ursL l'aii.H
hrou;h tit a4vmiwl fur at t ;-.
I'atcnts taVcn otil thrmih u mrive :-
rfiVr,wtliout charge, in Ti!E 1'at t-VT !'
OKD, an i'.!ast:atrf5 anl wMcly cirt-ii1.' J f
naL consultrd 1 y Manufarurv-rt aud I:.vwt
a m , . . '
ena lor lamle coj.y FREE. Auijr,
VICTOR J. EVAIIS & COm
(Patent A omrya,)
Bo'tker T. Wst'titf
ton baa writt- Jt
torv or him nu asT
work. He gives !hls views on tt
Kto Problem and all his best r;--:D
White and colored popl are ci,,f4
advanced order?, a hocarta f
agents. Both white and colors
agents make mot,ey with tbia tca
J. L. NICHOI 4 CO,
MAI R BALSAM
a) I at .w A
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tloa. few ,d If.rlpai.4 I
m..m - '.amr, Alawt a Ml.
" '- ri fPM. If
j- Tum.maw' aUaaocfWaV
wilbur r. sMiTar ;r-rirv7
f naaiaam, SMB.I
W K- COlltGE. UXW5T0".
t ' iv lor tiu
after mlvTMutf t,m H
' T aoauliw,
rpWa. and bm
y Uri rra ' a
;5a to UvoatandaVV
- WAWTED I
Reliable man for Manager
Bratch Office we wish to open 1
this vicinity. If your record 1s O.K
here i8 an opportnnlty. Kndly gir
good referenoe wiien wrltlrlgT
THE A. T.UQErTs ITHOUSAU KOf
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