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Came to Life.
Kenwood, W. Vs., April 4. Joe
Policb, a ml'Mle-agttl 81av, rtme to
life this evening whiles coroner's
Jury wa lioMin anl Inquint over
hi PUptiOMvl dal body.
While wi rklnx In the yard of the
WheelintC U'l plant U-lay he tul
denly fell and hi fellow-workmen
believed him dead. Hi body wai
carried to the City Hall. Juxtlce
Harry ItIddlo.IiuAiil-d a Jury and
had taken evidenw.
He had filial out a blank death
certificate and wa about to nljjn It
when I'ollch Hat uj, ruMnxl liLi eyen
and looked about in a dan! ort of
rhynlelan pronounce! it an un
UHual cane of HUrfpt'iidttl animation
resulting from crampw. I'olich will
be back at hit work to-morrow.
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
rtonre rumr nxmza
Am is, ai
More HlilpN Tliun eelel.
Washington, April 4. Hear Ad
miral Crow nliwh led, thief of the
bureau of navigation, hart HUggeHted
to Sxretary Ing tlie consideration
of the quentloii of reducing the fleet
In the l'liillppiiie on account of the
apparent coliij of the insurrection.
Hecent reports have shown there is
very little activity on the part of
the Insurgent blockade runnera, and
with the capture of Agulnaldo and
the dally surrender of insurgent
commands, the navy does not need
such a large force to co-operate with
the army. Before taking action the
Navy Department will ascertain the
opinion of Itear Admiral llemey,
commander-in-chief of the Asiatic
A Mm C'owhldd'd fur Drvaaeaa.!
Suffolk, Va., April 4. John
Ward, colored, who gained notorle'y
lant year by volunteering to run be
fore bloodhound, was to-day offic
ially cowhlded in the city hall. The
alternative for drunkenness was
sixty days in jail, and Ward chowe
the thrashing. Chief of IVlce
Ames put thtrty etripes acrosH hi
back. Ward uttered no cry.
Father hhoot Invalid Hon.
Parkersburg, W. Va., April 6.
At Crow Sum mit, Jackson county,
James Wheaton shot and mortally
wounded his invalid son Everett,
who was attempting to prevent his
father from beating his mother.
Everett will die. The father was
Governor Allen denies the report
that he has resigned a Governor of
Hut Very I.ittla ImproTcmiiDt.
The new election law is very
little fairer than the one of 18'J'J. It
does not say that the different par
ties shall have a chance to choose
their Judges of election, and here is
where the meanness is done. Neith
er does It show that the Judges and
registrars are required to bo sworn.
This Is the way we see it as publish
ed In the lepers. It Is Just as we
expected to find it. A party that Is
afraid to give even the minority re
presentation of its own election,
means to do dirt if it Is necessary
and where it is needed to place or
keep tliat patty In power.
THREE MEN KILLED IN A WRECK.
On tb Durham and Charlotte Uallroad
Jonesboro, N. C, April 4. Late
this eveuiug there was a wreck on
the Durham and Charlotte Kail road
near Gulf, in Chatham county. The
engineer aud two negroes were killed
and another man was injured. The
train ran off the track into a creek
catching the three men under it.
The bodies have not yet been re
covered. A similar wreck occurred
at the same place about a year ago,
a young lady being killed and
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Special Kate Via H A L. Ball way.
leneral Missionary Conference M.
K. church, Routb New Orleans,
La, April 21 30. 19017
One tirst class fare from all points
ratn from Raleigh f 25 50. Tickets
to b- sold April 22, 23 and '21, final
return limit May 3.
Southern Baptist Convention Meet
Ing, New Orleans, La , May 9-16
One first-class rate for round trip
from all points, rate from Raleigh
$25 50. Tickets sold Mav 7, 8 and 9,
return limit May 20. Extension o!
final limit may be obtained until
June 1 by depositing ticket with
Joint Agent at New Orl.ans on or
before May 16, and on payment of
fee or fifty cents.
Unlttd Confederate Veterans' Re
union, Memphis, Tnn.. May 28
Special low rates from all points;
rate from Raleigh $16.45 for round
trip ; tickets sold May 25, 26 and 27,
return limit June 4. Extension of
final limit may be obtained until
June 30th, by depositing ticket
with Joint Agent at Memphis and
upon payment ot fee of fltty cents
International Christian Endeavor
Convention. Cincinnati. Ohio Ju
ly 6 10, 1901.
One first class fare for round trip
from alt DOints; rate from Ralegh
$16 59, tickets sold July 4, 5 and 6,
return limit July 14. Kxtensloa or
the final limit may bo obtained to
rieDtember 1st by depositing ticket
with Joint Agent in Cincinnati on
or beroro July lutn, ana on pay
ment of fee of fifty cents.
National Educational Association,
Detroit. Mich , July 7-12, 1901
One faro for round trip from all
nointa. plus $209 membership fee.
Rate from Raleigh $18.80 via Rich
mond, $20 60 via Washington. Tick
ets sold July 5. 6 and 7, return Km
it July 16. An extension of final
limit may be obtained to Septem
ber 1st, by depositing ticket before
July 12 with the Joint Agent at
Detroit and on payment of fee of
Triennial Conclavve Knights
Templar, Louisville, Ky , Aug. 27-
One fare for round trip from all
points; rate from Raltigh $18 35 via
Richmond ; tickets sold August 24,
25, 26, 27 and 28, return limit Sep
For further information call on
C. H. Gattis.
C. P. & T. A. Raleigh, N. 0.
'louse Destroyed by Iaudallde.
' Parkersburg, W. Va., April 6.
The landslide near Woodland Sta-
tion, on the Ohio Kiver, destroyed
the residence of it. M. Reynolds.
Tne houM cost about $8,000. The
family got out with all the furniture
and movable parts of the house.
RELIEF IN SIX HOURS.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder
uisease relieved In six hours by
"New Geeat kouth American
Kioey Cube." It la a great sur
prise on account of its exceeding
promptness in relieving pain In
bladder, kidneys and back. In male
or female. Relieves retention of
water almost immediately. If you
want quick relief and cure this 1b
the remedy. Bold by lienry T.
Hicks, druggist, Raleigh, N. C.
Sept. 19-1 j.
The Capital City Line.
It Magnificent Through and Local Paa
aDirfr Service between the Kat and
Mouth and Southwest.
The Seaboard Air Line Railway
is called 1 he i apital City Lino, be
cause It enters tne Capitals of the
six ritates which It treaveises, ex
clusive of the Nationals Capital,
through which Its trains run solid
from New York to Jacksonville, and
Tampa Florida. It runs through
Richmond, Va., Raleigh, N. C,
Columbia, S.C., Atlanta, Qa .Mont
gomery, Ala , and Tallahassee, Fla
Th'a road continue te run the
famous Florida and Metropolitan
Limited, atd the Florida and At
lanta Fast Mall trains affording
the only through limlttd service
dally, Including Sunday, between
New York and Florida, and is the
shortest line between these points.
These splendidly modern trains
of the Seaboard Air Line Railway
arrive at. and deoartfrom Pennsyl
vania Railway stat ons at Wash- a captain and several men killed, and
Ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and & lieutenant colonel, several other of.
New York, carrying Pullman's fleers and many men wounded. The
most improved equipment. With Chinosa Inst, hvilv and rAtraatari-
aining car service, with the Russians rjursuinir them.
The date of the engagement is no
Siberian Troops Defeat Chinese.
Berlin, April 6. A dispatch to
the Cologne Gazette from St. Peters -I
burg says hard fighting is reported
to have occurred between the first,
second and third Fast Siberian rifle
regiments and several thousands of
Chinese troops, between Kobantsy
and Sin Min Ting, the Russians lost
unexcelled dining car
compartment, dralng-room and
observation cars It has Pullman
service five times per week each
way from Washington to that cele
brated resort, Plnehurst, N. C.
It has the short line to and from
Richmond, Norfolk, Portsmouth,
Rilelgb, Southern Pines, Columbia,
Savannah, Jacksonville, Tampa
and Atlanta, and the principal
elites between the South and East.
It is also the direct route to Athens, her hands
Augusta ana iviacon.
In Atlanta, direct connections
are mad In the Union Station for
Chattanooga, Nashville and Mem
phis, also for New Orleans and all
points In Texas, California and
In addition, It la the only line
operating through train?, and Pull
man sleeping cars between Atlanta
and Norfolk, whore c nnectlons
are made with the Old Dominion
Bteamship Com pan, from New
York, the M & M. T. Company,
from Boston aud Providence, the
Norfolk & Washington Steamboat
Company, from Washington, tne
Baltimore Steam Packet Company
from Baltimore, and the N. Y. P. &
N Railway, from .New York and
Through Pullman cars also oper
atea on quick schedules between
Jacksonville and St ' Lou la. via
Montlcello, and between Jackson
ville and New Or leans, In addition
to through trains with Buffet Chair
Cars between Sayannah and Mont
The local train service is first
class with most convenient schedu
les. In fact thw Seaboard Air Line
Railway will ticket passengers for
any points, affording the quickest
schedules, finest trains, and most
comfortable service. Its 1,000 mile
books sold at $25 00, are good from
Wasdlngton, D. C , over the- entire
system of 2.600 miles including
mentioned in the dispatch received
A Girl's Good Recipe.
There was a modicum of sense in
the response to a request made by
a young lady as to what would keep
white and soft: "Soak
your hands three times a day fin
dishwater while mother rests on the
WANTED. Two reliable Traveling
Salesmen in each State; permanent po
sition ; salary and expenses ; experience
noi aosoiuieiy essential. Address,
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IF THE BABY 18 CUTTING
Be sure and use that old aud well
tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's
soothing Syrup for children teeth
ing. It soothes tno child, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
coiio and is the best remedy for
diarrhoea. 25 cents a bottle.
Tn Ftople's Party Convention
assembled la Raleigh, April ISth
reaffirms the rrinciples set forth in
the People's Party National plat
form adopted at St. LouU In
and instructs the delegates ta
National Convention at Sioux r'
May 9th to vote for the nomination
of William J. Bryan for President.
We commend the present State
Administration for its high pel
sonal and official integrity. a1
challenge a comparison of its rec
ord with any and all of Its prede
cessors. We condemn the Democratic Lfl-
lature of 1899 for its extravaf
penditurea of poblio money .amounting
to $194,765J6 in 1899, aa opposed to
il48397Ull, expended by the preced
ing Lajtslatore, an excess of 2ldr
794.65. not including: the too of $100
000 for public education nor the tC3$0
forpurchaae of State farms.
We farther condemn said Leg1sla
tore for the careless blundering and
careless legislation, incladinf more
gross blunders and oneonstitatlonaJ
laws than ever before enacted by any
General Assembly in North Carolina.
We further denounce the machine
leaders of the Democratic party for
laying the whip on the baofca sf the
Democratic Legislature and forcing
them into enaoting and submitting a
disfranchising constitutional amend
ment in violation of the solemn
pledges of the party, made not only
officially in their campaign handbook,
but by members of.the General Assem
bly and other Democratic candidates
for office in their can rasa before the
people. We denounce them not only
for doing this in violation of their
pledges, but also for submitting a mea
sure most odious in form and danger
ous in effect. That General Assembly
.aing composed of some of the best
lawyers of the party, most have
known, or at least had a reasonable
doubt, not only as to the unconstitu
tionality of the monstrous provision of
Section 5, known as the "grandfather
olaose" in said amendment, but also
of the great danger of that unconstitu
tional sectional section falling, leav
ing the remainder of the amendment
to stand, thus disfranchising by an ed
ucational qualification fifty or sixty
sssfti satnCicas4 cat It t?3
ctftuaa, safair, ffusffii aat
udaanhla sir-sdoa tow taal has srst
iesrraos4 the statats hooks of any
crtats la ths Caieau
We ptodge oeraeiTM to umnsm ta
atciency oi tae penile sefcool syttotB
in Xort Carolina, and point to
raot taal Lb PeoDJe'a Parti aa doae
mora for DBbtio daeauoa is Nona
irohna Utaa the Democratic party
aver aud ta twice Uw least of ua
im ta Popaiiats of Nortn Carolina u
ui m credited U first neat lacreaae
m tne rxihiia aabooi erstem.
We pledf onrteivee to um ear of
ke onfortaaato etas ia Aorta Care-
Uaa aad to aa taereaao in Um aoo
aarr faciliUee for the aama. As
earnest of oar siaoemy we petal to
our past record ia Una pertiotuax, aad
say that ao "Legislators ia wme
Pepuliaae nave had a eon trolling roioe
has ever tamed a deal ear to toe de
mand of the uofortaaata, or been fol
lowed by an urgent appeal for addi
tional provision as has been recently
lutied by the Board of Pablio Chari
ties because of too failure of the Dem
ocratic Legislature to make suoh pro
vision aa seen and urgently needed ah
the time they were conaamiax their
time in enactinc political lagiaiatioa
and creatine: new omoee durinar the
Labor is ladisDenaable to the crea
tion and profitable use of capital. Cap
ital lnoreaeee the affleieney aad value
oi labor. Whoever arrays one against
the other, is an enemy of both. That
policy is wisest aad beet, which bar
momsee the two on the basis of abso
Ss As Ls
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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-
udinf? those previous. y told in the
-tate of Florida at $30,000 l bese i kk-
et are goud over tbe entire bcaboard
Air Line Railway system and are hon
ored between Richmond and Washing
ton b the Richmond, Fredericksburg
and Potomac and Pennsylvania rail
roads, between Portsmouth and Balti
more by the Baltimore steam Packet
Company (Bay Lina) and between
Clinton and Columbia, 3. C, 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 be honored
over the entire system, including lines
in Florida, regardless of such endorsements
and indigestion. The cure begins with
the first doee. The relief lt brings is
marvelous and surprising. It makes
no failure; never disappoints. No
rhousand wite voters of Sorlk Carol matter how lon 8ufferedi
lina, who in 1898 gave the Democratic I your cure is certain under the use ot
The Eminent Kldnejr
and Bladder Specialist.
lae Ducoverer of Swams-Koot at Work la
There Is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so decep
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by
It heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
or apoplexy-are often the result of kidney
disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to ad
vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack
the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Then the richness of the blood the albumen
leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis
covery is the true specific for kidney, bladder
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases, after all other
efforts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cent
and dollar stfes. A sample bottle sent free
by mail, also a book telling about Swamp
Root and its wonderful cures. Address
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Raleigh Mle Works
KALBIOH, B. C.
Shipments made to
any part of the state at
same price as at shop.
Write for Catalogue.
FOR OVER FIFTY TEARS
Mrs. Wikslow's Soothing Sracr has
been used for children while teething.
ad euunueB me cuuu, soicens tne gums,
allays all pain.cures wind colic, and is
ths best remedy for Diarrhoea. Twen-
ty-nve cents a bottle. Bold by all drug
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party power in tbe Legislature, and
whese ignorance is no fault of their
own but is chargeable to the negleot of
tbe Democratic party, which now Beeks
to disfranchise them and make their
ignoranoe a crime alongside that. of
But even if the proposed amendment
were not unconstitutional (as it dear
ly is), still it is especially objection
able in tbe following particulars :
(a) In that it dignifies with the right
of suffrage the most vicious, trouble
some and obnoxious class of the negro
population, and completely disfran
chises the most faithful,kindly and or
derly element of that race.
(b) In that,while clamoring for white
supremacy and declaring that no white
man shall be disfranchised under this
amendment, they hare so written their
amendment that every white boy be
coming of age after 1908 stands on the
same footing with tbe negro, and can
not vote unless be is able to read and
(o) in that ty tbe latter provision,
they have made it possible for the ed
ucated negro after 1908 to cast- his bal
lot while the unfortunate son of tbe
white men who have been the strength
of true democracy stands without a!
vote at the ballot box. They slaughter
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 five
months before the State election and
eight- months before the national elec
tion, shall be disfranchised as much aa
if be were convicted of felony or were
an ignorant negro. The purpose of
this provision is cot only to disfran
chise every good honest citixen who
unfortunately cannot pay his taxes by
the first of March preceding the elec
tion, but further to try to bribe tbe vo
ter to surrender his suffrage at the ex
pense of the public school fund of the
estate, which is derived from poll taxes.
There lurks behind this 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 tbe proposed amendment is
one that must 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 verdiot 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
oeen more uisuncuy en an any other
party in North Carolina a white man's
party, and is more anxious than any
other party to solve the race problem,
iuu bu iwroe mil luxies 9v it 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 bis right ofsnflrage, to
Amend Section 6, Art. v, ui ue Con
stitution of North Carolina by insert
ing among tne uisquaiiacations for
office, enumerated therein, the pTollow-
inff vie All noirvnda . n 4 1 lMMnAn n
of negro descent to tbe thir degenera
If 'the Democratic Legislature which
meets in June will offer this safe, con
stitutional and wholesome amendment
injlieu of tne present scheme it will
have our hearty support. If they will
not, we appeal to ths people to rally to
our asBissanoe to eieoc a Legislature
pledged to support suohan amend
We congratulate the peopleofjNortb
varuuu uuuu iue uecision OXftne state
Supreme Court in the case 'of Harris
vs. Wright (Uis.CB. 173), dechu
ing that the General Assembly has
power to provide different systems of
county government ior various coun
ties oi tne state. Acting under this
decision, we pledge tne People's Party
to tne maintenance of the system of
local self-government in all the white
counties, towns and cities in the State
as established by the General Assem-
DiyoiiRto, ana . at tne aasse time to
Provide and maintain s legislative sys
ita of coonty government for all the
negro counties of the (State, so that
there can never be any iqoestion that
tns wniie people snail always nave full
ana oompiete control of sosmty tnttas
Stave. ; -.:
We denounoe the Demoeratio Lecis-
lsiure oi isv ior passing anralection
iaw, every provision ox wmenls care
fully and ounningly planned: and de
vised to thwart the sovereign will of
the people of North Carolina byCwhole-
eaie mna ana asoavensry ox tns sal
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A very prosperous school with mod
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Panacea water kept in building at
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Fifteen officers and teachers. Terms
very low. For catalogue address Rev.
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arrive jrayeuevtlle 11 10. returning laaves
Fayettavilla 4 iS p. ntn Hope Mills 5 00 p.
a eprmga oup. m Maxton e is p.
tvas Bennattarilk 7 15 p. m.
IN XFrKCT FCBBT7ABT 24, 1901.
Lit Mew York. Penn,B.B 12 65 pm 12 lO aa
Lv Pniladel P B B 8 29 pm S 50 am
Lv Baltimore, 6Spm 6 82 am
Lit Waaninirion P. K.B..6C& piu 8 8ft am
LV Kicnmond. 8 A L By lu U pm 12 23 an.
L,y Bidgeway Jot 2 o5 am 3 80 pm
Lt Raleigh.. .....S 46 am 6 09 pm
at Haaiiet...... ...... ft Sj am 7 60 pm
Lv 6 44 am 810 pm
Lv Colombia 8 40 am 10 80 am
Ar Savannah 1. M pm 2X0 am
as Jacksoavill 3 60 pm 6 30 am
Ar Tampa. 6 00 am 6 0jpm
Mo. 403. Mo. 41.
Lv New York NYP A N 1 7 65 am 8 65pm
Lt Philadelphia 10 20 am 1126 put
Lv N Y, O D 8 8 Oo...t 3 00 p
Lv Baltimore B 8 P Co t 6 80pm
Lv Wash'n N A W 8 B 6 80pm
LT Ponamoatn tt.A.LBy 9 0J pm 10 16 mtu
Lv Bidgeway Jet. ....... 12 55 am 2 10 pm
Lv Raleigh...... 3 02 am 47 pm
at Hamlet 6 30 am 7 4o pm
Lv 6 46 am 8 03 pm
at Wumlngmu,.. ....... 12 uo pm
as. Ciiariou, 9 61 am lO 45 am
at Atlanta 3 S du 5 8uan
Ar Augusta O A W C... ft 10 pm 1140
at Macon O of Ga. 7 20 pm 1110 am
ax Montg'rT a & W P .. 9 20 pm U 00 am
at Mobile LAN 2 63 am 412 pm
At New Orleans LAN. 7 80 am a 80 pm
ax Nash rill NCActtL 6 85am 666 pm
ax Memphis " 4 00pm 8 10 am
No 403 No 8a
LvAttantalB ALBy... 100pm 9 00 pm
Lt Charlotte 6Sopm 6 00 am
l.t. WUmington, 3 Sopm
Hamlet.. 80 pm 805am
Ar Raleigh 950am 1130 am
LvBld'way liOam lOOpm
ArPonamouui 7 00am o oupm
at Waah'ton N A W 8 B 7 00am
at Baltimore B a P Co. 7 UOam
at new York O C 0 a Co 1 SOpm
at Philadelphia M YP AM 5 46 pm a 10am
arnew York....... ...8 8epm 8 00am
Lv Tampa.. M.....s AL 9 00 pm 8 00am
Lv Jacksonville 10 20 am 7 45 pm
Lv Savannah... 160pm 1169 am
Lt Colombia 6x7pm 5 45 am
Lv Hamlet 9 40 pm 9 20 am
t.V Kaiaigh 12 28am 11 07pm
Lv Bidgeway Jet ....... 1 loam 2 16pm
LvBionmond 610am 5 oopm
AT Waanugton, t. K.K. 8 45am 9 SOpm
at Baltimore P B B . .. 10 u&am 11 Sapm
ax Piiilanelghia f KB. U 27pm 1 06au.
at Maw xouPBB.... S6pm 6 80m
Note. :Daily except bandar 'Central
Time I Eastern Time.
Connections at Fayattavlua with train Mo
78 at Maxton with the Carolina Ce .
Ballroad. at Bad 8prings with the Bad
Springs and Bovmon Ballroad, at Baafotd
with the Seaboard Air Line and Boa therm
Railway at Golf with tK Durham and
Train on the Scotland Neck Branch Road
leaves Weldon 8 65 p. m Halifax 17 p.m.,
arrives Scotland Neck at 6 OS p. nu. Green-
vine 6:07 p. m., lunaton 70 p. m. Saturn,
ing leaves Kinston 7 60 a. m Graenvll
8:62 a. m,. arriving Halifax 11:18 a. m.
Weldon 11:33 a. m..daily axoept Sunday.
Traini on Wathlngton Branch Uave Wash
Ington 8:10 a. m. and 2 80 p. m, arrive Par
male 9:10 a. m. and 4.00 p. m., rctarnlna
leave Parmele 9:3) a. m. and 6:30 p. m , ax
rive Washington li) a. m and 7:80 p. m
daily axoept Ban day.
Train leaTea Tarboro, N. C-, daUy exoep
Bun day 6:50 p. m., Sondav 4.15 p. m., ax
rives Plymooui 7:40 p. m.. o 10 p,nau. return
log leaves Plymouth dally axoapt Sunday
7:50 a. m., and Sunday 9 a. m., arrlTf Tar
boro 10:10 a. m. and ll.OO a. m.
Train on Midland N. C Branch leare
Ooldaboro dally, exoept Sunday. 6 00 a. nu,
amying 8mlbfield a10 a. m.. Wirnm ;
leaves bmlthneld 7:00 a. arrives at Golds
r oro 8:25 a. ta
Trains on Nash villa Branch leave Bocky
Mount at W:30 a. zm, 8 40 p. n., arriva Maah
nUe 10 21a.m., 4 03 p. m., Bering Hop
11 00 a. nu, 4 26 p. m retornlng leaTt
Spring Hope 11 J a. nu, 4 66 p.uM Naabvlll
11 45 a. m 6 25 p. nu, arrlya at Bocky
aioont izojsl. o p. m., daily except
Train on Clinton Branch leaves Warsaw
for Clinton daily, exoept Sunday, 11:40 a.
and 4:25 p. in., morning leevea Clin Von at
45 a. m. and 2 50 p. m.
Train No. 78 xnaxea cloae eonnacUon
Weldon for all poicts North daily, all rail
H. M. KMSBSON, Gea'l
I. R. KJLSLY, ihtn'i Man.
WANTED Two reliable travel.
ing salesmen In tach Htate Derma
nent position; salary andtzpeases;
experience not absolutely essential
Pidkmont Tobacco Works.
Dining cars between New York and Rich
mond, and Hamlet and Jacksonville on
trains xoa. 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
of NORTH CAROLINA
TI1K HEAD OF THE BTATEfl
EDUCATION AX SYSTEM
ibree academic courses leading
i'roresslon&l courses In Law
nwuciuo sua rn&rmacy.
Sammer School for Teachers. "
Loans to needy. Free
ruiuon to candi
dates for Ministry.
Minister's Sons and
512 students besides 161 In Bum
mer school. 38 teachers in the fa.
nlty. For catalogues and informa
F. P. VENABLE, President,
Chapel HilU K. a
Up-townTicket Office flash Buyers'
Yarborough House Building,
C! H. Gattis, C T. and P. A.
RALEIGH, N. C.
Will furnish you Of cash accom
panies tne order) anything needed
1 IV . . . .
at numt ua lae rm or in your
piace oi cosiness, and have Yon
XT a 1 ViDn m t tt a. l rv Trr TTT w .
a. o. uaanu, i. a lumjet. f C I & I. . nw Jk.tHp HO If' OuS. no
E. K. L. BUNCH, Genl Pass. Agent 8tore hIre no clerka or collectors ;
' General office: Portsmouth, Va. but, instead, purchase direct from
' manufacturers, wholesale dcalera.
Men and women of good address to
represent us, soms to travel appoint
ing agents, others for lucal work look
ing after our interests. 900 salary
guaranteed j early ; extra commissions
and expenses; rapid advancement, old
established house. - Grand chance for
earnest man or woman to secure pleat
ant, permanent position, liberal income
and future. New, brilliant lines. Write
at once. -
28 Church St., . New Haven, Conn
t a.i.Mji.Mij titLt ui-irER
1?W jfumUh th (wTm and
1th. mort an other
a. oau Mmcnf3l4
m aad illaiaikaa av
-rtr rl.l rataliwaa atianaat ilT7
joooers, 3tc at 1AJWE8T. CASH
rBiuc2), ana ior cash.
If you need any Agricultural
IMPLEMENT Or ALACHIXERV. Far
herds Hardware, Irox Roofixg
Wire Fexcixg, Grocerhs, Fruit
VHEE8, JTRUIIS, MUSICAL JKSTRU.
mexts,Rewiko Machinks, Books,
DiAiiufliKir, t r UKirrrcRE. drv
Goods, Nonos s, Shoes, Clothikg,
yjx.tiaiTjxzj&y nuuuuKO OTOCK Or
Poultry, OR ANYTHING ELSE,
CST" Below are price on a few led
inr articles. DturiiiD at an
in North Carolina: Two horse wacons
" tw, uue oorse waron
25; dump carts 2i; cart, wheels ar d
axle $14 ;high arm, s-drawer, drop-bead
aewing machine, with latest attach
ments, $16; nice: cottage orrao $55:
chapel organ $40; beautiful t ocuve
pianos, splendid tone and well made.
$146 and up, according to style of asc
- If we cannot savcyou mt ney we d
not want your orders. - -v " i
.v :." . ; , . : .Manager.
,aaleljh,K.C. . -
Atlantic. M f
Morah sad City"., j s
Auanne uotai .... .
Lv M. City Danot
S 10 u
s 10 is
A. M. r. M.
f Stop m aia
a. u mix .
Cnnn ykably to Christu.
VJUUman or woman to look af
ter onr growing business la
this and adjoining Counties;
to act as Manager and Corn,
pondent ; work can be done at
your bom'". Enclose self-ad
dressed, stamped envelope for
particulars to U. A. Sherman,
Gen'l Man'gT. Corcoran Hide,
opposite U. S. Treasury, WaaL
log ton, D. C
fast la a
mmi f.lL M, till.
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rfWWaa 1 1 I I 1 I T
Our fee rrtumfil i f e f fl. Any ot Kni
Ing kkrtcn and dctcription cf anTinvmn mail
rotn(Xly receive our cjialon Iree ct4.frrwr
the patenUULtT of mxiic "llowto 0!u
I'atent" aent ejon rcj'u-'rt. I'alentt rnstt
hrouf;h Mt adrrrtil fur at our rij-tue.
ratents tlm but through ui reeie tritt
metut, without chaig. in Tut pATtyT X
OtD, an ill unrated and widely circnlatei j"
Oal, Consulted 1 jr Manufarlurrrs m&d Inveanft
Send for sample copy FREE. Addr,
VICTOR J. EVANS & CO..
Event Bulldinr. tTUmrSTOJCILC-
Booker T. WMbitf
ton baa written U
Storv Of him I if arJ
work. He gives jIs views on tfce
to Problem and all bis best spaectta
white snd colored people are rirltl
advanoed orders. A bona ma far
agents. Both white and oolorae
!5!U. ake mone7 with this boot
J. L. NICHOLS t CO
MM aaa k. i r . w
1 " in ciwta.
ai ia t Baaiui Orar
) ) Majors
2M aaa ta
wilbur nVaTtaT .rre4. r.rr
w R. smirrs coutCE. tuuncTon. mr.
Baal.BWuia, i tptott
ar racef. Ii m In fi
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U at ta
- Jr"' a .
Reliable man for Manager of
Branch Office we wish to open la
this vicinity. If your record is O. K.
here ls an opportunity. Kindly give
good reference when writing.
TKEA.T. t.CXC!S WHOLESALE KCtfSt
V CTKCINXATI, OHIO.
Illustrated catalogue 4 cts. stamps.
The Caucasian (Clinton, N.C.)
groups preceding, succeeding, and alternate titles together.
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