I'BeVgt. N.O., Nov.20. 1903.
hiiM-ri-a at Poat office in Raleigh
s . a n-ccnd-cla mail matter.
MINED FOR PEONAGE.
utEKAL CKARCES MADE BY CEOHCIA
CRAHD JURY ACAIN3T PROMININT
y iTcurr: Farmer an1 a Lawyer
i Mughi lo I be Drag-net InToluutary
,rlude and Cruelty An Charged.
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 23. In Ihe
1'nitnl Ktates court today indict
merit", were returned against some
of th? m -st prominent people of
South Georgia, ono of thorn a mem
ber of the Georgia legislature,
charging peonage on twenty m
count and the rellli g of ntynxf
into M-rvltudo. The Indicted weie
Edwald J. MeCrce, Willlan Me
Cree and Frank I. AlcCrce of Vat-lr-t;
Willlan F. Crawley and
Thomas J. McClellm of Ware
r 11 ity, a- d Clayton Mcleod, Johii
iMrI.'-.d and Lester Williamson of
.Montgomery county. The indict
mi fiH tre for various offenses con
mvt'd with the alleged sale and re
turn ( f ncgr es into peonage.
IMwurd AuCno Is a member of
th ltorgia legislature. With h a
two WrothfTs l.o oirate4 f ne of the
Ur-t era to factories In the south,
thw Kimb-rlou mi Is. The fann
larnlH owned and planted by them
comprise --',000 acres They aie
The 81m of Rnaafa'a Army a Kcr t Qa'i
aice or tba BuiUa War Office.
No one outride the Russian war
offico knows the actual number of
troops the Czar has In Manchuria or
wituin reach of It. The Itussian
army in point of numbers U the
Jarcest in the world. Nearly 900,
000 young men reach their majority
In KussU every year, and etch Is
bound by law to spend five years in
the army. If all were taken they
would make an army too large even
for Ituasla, so only 219,000 go to
the colors with the army or the
fleet, and the refgo to the reserve.
The lowest peace ttrength of the
Russian military establishment,
therefore, number more than a mil
lion men, with 42,000 ofUcersr. In
war time prtcticUy all these ycung
men J la the rolor", swelling the
army to the stupendous figures of
4,500,000 men and 75.000 officers,
for whom there are provided 5G0,
000 horses. Men who are in iio i
(Hon to gu St fchrewdly Hay there
are -more than 300,000 Uuteian
soldiers In MauchurU or near it
now. The number that can bo put
in the field there Is limited only by
the u 111 of the government. From
When Slav Meets Jap," by O K.
Davis, in Everybody's Magazine f r
Taa SHtjemoD of the Alaaka' Boundary
Qu atlon by- the Comualaalan.
'Considered in its broa lest sense,"
aays Mr. Ri. hard V. Culahan, in his
article in the December JVarvonV,
the d cision rendered by the Lon-
. 1 a t a. -v . .
uon im unat jaie in Ujtooer was a
sweeping victory for the United
among tin-most prr.inl lent citlzena States. Ii sustained the American
of Vald ta, and both there and ii
.Savannah, as well Is throughout the
ftatc, have many friend. Ti;oms
J!. Mi CU'llan Is an ex sheriff ot
Wan- county. William Crawley,
who Is jointly indicted ulih him,
is a young atton.ey. Th McIjmJ
arid Mr. Lester Wiilianson are
firmer- and manufacturers in Mont
The indictment might be dividel
into three class : Mc 'r'n const!
tot ins; the cU.'S whiefi it is charged
held the negro s in bondago ; Wm
F. I)rwliy ai;d Thomas McClel
Un's niHtituting the cl ism which
meted the tei.ure, and A'cLcod's
anl Williamson's thn parties vtou
sold tho mynrf'S. In the indict
lien's agninot (MaytoM IT McImkI,
John A. McLeod and L. William
son it is not only charged that th
mm violated the thirteenth amen -ti
ifti t of the constitution of the
1'nihd State?, but they put the
ntgrees under the lash, maltieating
them and ii.tt'cting ImmIHv innry at
t1 e sune time fordbly and by con
ri anient keeping them In slavery.
Iti pome instances It is c ged that
Him negroes had l ever t e n arrested
iiiiMer any authority i jaw. Tl.e
i idirtm-nth against Crawley and
Mil Ul'an are lor caudng a citizen
to he placed and h Id In a condition
mrotirAXT NOTICE. -Th
Southern Railway announces
effective Nov. 2tib, the trrent
Greensboro and Goldsboro Sloping
Car Line will be shortened and
made a Raleigh and Greensboro
Line; thete cars will be handled a
at pruttent, on trains Nos. Ill and
These can will be opened at
Raleigh and Greensboro for the re
ception of pasergers at 9:00 V. M.,
and pai,eogers will 1 a!!oweI to
remain in can at these p ints until
7:00 A. M.
T. E. Greek. O. T. A.
lUJeign. N. C.
. A Goiifcti Rule
of A rictilture:
Be rci to yoar land and jrocr crop
wtll be jcoj. Fkcty of
in tV-frrt'lijteT t peHs tjuitty I P-s-i
n'J qaani'TT m lie car
ve!. Write us aieJ
we will send you.
J ret, by next mail,
our money vr:aning
fc ri Ku Zi.
Metlnc Kaptfat 4tat f o Toiln. Caar
loue. N. C. le. O IS 1U3.
Account of the bove oc -ion the
Southern Railwey announc special
low round trip iat-s. Tickets or
sale I).-e. 8, 9, aiid 10 h, with final
return limit (V-t. Jth It iund trip
rate fio n Raleigh $7.80 c rresor d
ingly lo v rits apply trooi all other
For firthcr irr;iculBr cill on
any agin South. to Kail way or ad-dies-.
T. E. Gkken, C T. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
If the llnhy ia Cuttiog- I'feeth.
llesu'eai.U useiliatoM ai d wel -trie"
re;u-oy, Mhs. V i ki.ovv ro,rmG
.lThi F, for hiiilf eti tetthinjf Ji
Aootti-4 th- cild, rolieii- Ite gums
atlfcy ill pii", -ire4 wind colic, ano
i e l e t ri-iiiHUy fo- Ldarrl oua
T weiitj live cents a bjttle.
Worktai Vlfhl mmd Day.
The busiest and mightiest little
thing thing that ever was made is
Dr. King's New Life Pflla. The
pills change weakness into aareogth.
iistlerisneea Into energy, brain fag
into mental power. They're won
lerful In building up tfcs health
nly 25c. per box. Sold by drog
co'itention as to the trend of the
boundary, with the exception of one
iMint. Corinidered from the view
iw.int that the dispute
territ ry which had txen e ntrolled
lor tatiity-Mx years by the Uuiied
.S a'es, it iav be c'aimed t at iUe
American (Jovernment was not suc
c s-fii!, in at a pa"tf this t ni
t ry a a'l jart to be sar was
d clarru a be l)g to the Dom
.nioM rf Canada. However, the
main feature of ie case, the q e
tion whether thy . undary line ioI
l jwed the trend of thy Pacific Oc
coast or the curvature of aims f
that s-a, was decid. d in favor o
the, United States, thus barrii g
(ireat Hrittan from
utKn tidewatt r near
DOESN'T RE U EtT OLD AGE
I 'a . hameful when youth falls to
ho propter r ptct for old sge,
was ovi r but jut the contr ry in the case oJ
i Mr Kiti.' .N.uj I . f I'ula Thoi
a-' a a & 1 n - iioji a - v. J
cut oil ma'adits no matter how
suvere an i Irrespective of old age.
Ly p psia, Jaundice, F. ver. Coo
fiipitu n h11 yield to this perfect
Pol. '2bc, txt uny Drug Store.
the princ pal
of the Great
The Senate larked to Ioutlan.
Washington, Nov. 24 Imme
diately after the convening of the
Hnate today Presdent Pro Tern.
Fre presented an invitation from
the governor of Louisiana asking
the Senate to attend the ceremonif s
Incident to the celeb ation of tLe
100th annlveasar.v of the transfer cf
Louisiana territory to the United
A rem kablo cae comes te
light at ELzate h, W. Va. An old
nan tnre by u ine of G. W
ttob rs hnd longr e IT r d wi h in
cur&bie c. ur.t r. Kvtn bo y te
lluved his CHS" h i l - e until h,
ufed Elrctr.c Bitttr a d aopllec
BuckleuV Arnica Sa v-. The trtat
ment cured Liir c mpleteh. Now
eve y bod v wio k os of it is in
vestigating E ect ic Biit r. Ii
exer s a nil my o- r t exfe)
b.l.ousn tc, Ki'iiH hihI Liver trou
b.es aud it'- w ud r ul torn.- for
rundoA .. i. ins !' to
try it. U i y 6u . rtaii faction
guirantetd b.. li Drugg sea.
Lost Reason After
Daughter Had Fre
Dr. Miles' Nervine Cured
yvmr ncwMs frT cvrea my mitt
:a,a4 Oa LMrataasaocadaTtsgi
at be inlff!. Oar taouir tfactar
X waJ W, aw Utcra aat aac & Ji
We tNihr U aaatfiar aaraaaa ha aa.J
M )RE FIUIITING N HA II MANILA
1 hree Uuudrrd liiaarg-enta Killed an4
'1 hir Forcea lleat royrd, MaJ. Sootk
Drawo into aa Arabuacada aud
Manila, Nov. 23 Three hundred
Moron are known to have been kill
ed and many others were carried ff
dead or wounded as a reult of five
dnys fighting in Join between the
American troop under ien. Lec
naid Wood and the Insurgents.
Major II. L. Hcott, of the 14h
cavalry, anu nve privates were
(i n. Wood landed nearBlet Lake,
in Julo, November 12 The Moros
were soon located and fighting bs-
gin immt diately and continued ui.-
til November 17
Major Scott was taking Pangl'ma
HasseD, the Moro leader, who had
he n made a prisoner, to Jo'o.
While en route Hassen asked to be
allowed to s e his family. His ap
pe 1 was granted, and he thereupon
ltd Mnjor Scott into an am bust ad
where the American detachmedi
vas tired upon. Mnor Hoott wa
hot In both hands Haeetn suc
ceeded In escaping during this ur
expected attack, but Is supposed tc
have been killed the following dy.
HtiW VIRUITYIA LVT.
White llonae in Monmluar.
Washsngton, Nov. 24. The
White House Is In mourning on ac-
oo mt of the death of the president's
uncle, Jamos K. Oracle. Theie will
be no social entertainments until the
cabinet d nner. Mr. Gracie died in
New York yesterday. The cabinet
dinner mentioned will take placj
A Lynchlnjr Reported.
Columbia, S. 0., Nov. 24. A re
port has reached here that James
Nelson, a n gro, charged with at
tempted assault on a white girl, h
be.n lynched near Jefferson, N. C
A Ready Anawer.
His Mother If you really were
at Sunday School, as you say, it't-
very stange that you smell so fishy
Bobby I guess that's because tin
le-sou was about Jonah and the
Mn. Tw.O'B. Branch Paiif I Awsj.
Mrs. L O'B. Branch, died at hrr
home in this city Monday after
noon. She was the widow of Gen.
L. O'B. Branch, who was killed at
the battle of Sharpsburg.
Information Want d.
By the average Democrat tc
know where bis party will be "at "
in the next campaign on the lead
ing issues of the day. Shelby Aurora.
ft Gu Raleigh to High Point. N C,
a -.a return account Weiten
North Caro i.a Conference M. E.
Church S. nth. Ticket! on nah
Nov. 0. 10, 11, final limit Nov.
U.'iO Ralelgn to Wilmligton, N C,
ana return a:couct Wi'mlngton
roui ry b&ow. Tickets on sale
Dec 13, 14 15, 1, and I7ib, for
trains arriving Wl mlng on be
fore mm the 7 h, final llml
D c 20 h.
f7 35 RMgh to Or envilV, N. C,
ana ie urn account North 'aro
Una Con fere i ce A. M. E. Z:oi.
Chu ch. Tickets on alw Nov.
23, 21, 25, final limit Dec. 1st,
$5 45 Ra!elgh to Maxtr.n, If C, and
retura account Central North
Carolina Confsrence of A. M. E.
Church. Tickets on iale Nov.
17, 18, 19, final limit Nov. 28tb.
?2 50 Raleigh to G,ldsbrr, N. C .
a d return account Conference
M E. Church Sou h. Tickets on
s le Nov. 23, 24 25 20, and 27,
flnril limit Dec 7t& IW.
H 70 Rabigh ti S uth Boitou, Va,
and return a couit Annual Ses
sion Virgins Confe enc M. K.
Church South (rtolore) Ti.keB
on sale No. 10 and 11, final limit
Nov 19th, 1903.
$150 Ralatgh to Durham, N. C,
a&d return account Meeting Bap
tist Educational and MIs.ionary
Conventioi of North Carolina.
Tickets on s le Nov. 8 9 aod 10th,
nn l limn Nov. 17ih, iyo.
$5.05 Raleigh to Winston Salem,
N. G , and return account Annual
Conference Methodist Pro.estant
Church. Tickets on ila Not.
16, 17, 18, final limit Nor. 25th,
f25 75 Raleigh to New OrUant, La ,
and retura account American
Econom c and HiaUrical Asso
ciation. Tickets onsalH.Dec 25.
26 and 27th, final limit Jaa. 5th,
For further par iculats call on
inyAgt of the Soaiharn Railway
T. E. Qmix, C. T. a.
algh, N. C.
Dr. Miles' Nerrix la a aciEc for
d:aordrr. It raaaavaa tW caaac aa cfftcU
a tpeedy acd parmasact care.
"I feel St is er 4aty to lei va koow tact
roar aneaJeiae aa cared aiy tittle gvlyi
tar UaatLt was mmtmUc km ia a mJi farm
Re e4 1 a rC atlaar. Ot aa aw
aarraaa aU fii karaJf walk. Aa 1 kal
already aaat Ul If ttaa' .larTiae aa4 Ia4
d a gead raaaady far myl I camaieeceJ
r"1C It f art 1 f aa kax ia a 1 tea
U"-af l2famaa aa4 aae at taa F.i4
fmJm Tmatwaaavex twa yaari af a aai
at ka aat kad aa attaak t.aca a cvra-
aad (aa taataaiL a ia ee Uaan
xaakaai wOi carveaaaaaa 4 t ceaae
aar Mmaaanal aart4. J. aadaaf fear ic
tare. Ely aaaiaer ia law Uat aar reaaea aai
waa iaaaaa far Are taeaaaa fraa Ue afec
af l aCrfaaa. iU wattfas at Dr. Mart tfw
riae caral kar B ifatar kaa aUa Ukea u
far sick e4aic wf read rataJva. Tf t all
taaak yi vary tck Tar tear raad iaele
ctaaaaa4 kiai adnaa. I 4aat ikiak taere
ia aa olkar me4cai kaJf aa feed. 1 aan4
y 4aaf ktar'a atiatarraak tkat yea aaay
aa wkat a fwect TU u Lvea aat ia
Arkaoaa." Mat. R AS 5 AH BAtatrr.
All drurjlata tell and raaraatee Srtt Wot tie
Dr. MiaV Ra4i-. Vaa4 for free Uauk
Si Narrawi aa4 flaatt Dtaeaaea. Adejcaa
r. MUm Me4tcal CV, lkhart. lad.
NEW JOB OFFICE!
Sew Tjpe, new Presses, now Machinery
An 1 the very mwc&t faces
of job typo
It Las Uirc mid there "la LotLifcg nrik utdtx the bt
i new frvm garret to ctdUr, iA we ercfdoy only ttm Vrry brat
Carelestncta It reip nilble f-r
maov a railway wreck acd the
ame causes a-e maklog hsman
wrt k of anfferert f'ont Thron
aid Lung tr ublea. But since the
.Went ef Dr. King's New Dis
8ery for i'onsamption, Coughs
aid Colde, even the worst cftiee
aa be cund a d hopeleis rtaU
at on Is no longer n cessary. Mr
fjdaCraggof Dorchester, Mass. is
ne of many whos life was saved
by Dr Kit g's N w Llfco.ery
This g' eat raindy is guaranteed for
all Thtoat and l ure dleeasrp bj
all Druggisis. Price 50c, and $100
"dal bottles fre.
Workman Known to tbo Art
WhUe cot the LGWEST, aie aa low as good work ca U tla
Every thing Done in the Job lino
rruui a amall VWtlug Card to a Mauiuiouth ToaUr. rrioas and saa
irnlahed on application.
CARROLL & CARROLL,
( rj ;;:;: i r i k . uvu v,.j
VCADEMY OF MUSIC ItClLDLMi.
KAIiEIGH. 3ST- C-
Y0'J FORTUNE TOLD BY THE STARS
EVERY LIFE FROM CRADLE TO
Ii 1 flu6nc d by the p ane's as
tev conjoined at time of your
nirtk. Just as the rno n irfl nces
tho rlSA and fa!l tf tbe tldei. I
point out all the dantrere In life and
kow TOa tdainly how lo 8 .cceed in
all affairs. I te'l y u whom to
raatry in nrdor to be haopy.
I Will nad Tour lloroecops Free
If Tu will se d your birth date
wh 10 ceuta to cover expen ea. 1
dviaa Tm In law auita, divorce ,
n w bn. na 8 venture ;n evry
' i c aW ut you life Write t day
tot tuis wen 'rful r- v Kti n
rilOF. f. . Z.IK1FI.,
II U VV III Ml
hwa W lnili
UUU1UU II I 1J UlllUVJ II UI IU)
Ttiole a e Factory Representative
PIANOS, ORGANS AND
AIR LIKE BALL WAY-
SOUTHERN R. R.
In effect October 11th, 1903.
TsU condensed pchedule is pub
lished as information and is sub
ject to change without notice to the
TRAINS LBAYK RALEIGH, C.
12.50 a. m. No. HI daily for
Greensboro and local points. Carries
Pullman sleeper Goldsboro to Greens
boro, connecting at Greensboro with
train No. 39. "Atlanta Express
Pullman sleeper and day coaches for
Atlanta. No. 33, "Florida Express,"
for Charlotte, Columbia and Savan
d Pullman sleeper to Jackson
villt Port Tampa, Charleston and
Agueta, connections for all points in
Florida. No. 87, "Washington and
Southwestern Limited." solid Pull
man train drawing room sleepers,
N. T. to New Orleans and Memphis,
connection is also made for Winston-
Salem, Wilkeehoro, Danville and
local atatlone 5:30 a. m. No. 112
daily for Goldsboro and local stat
ions: connecting at Goldsboro with
Atlantic Coast Line for Wilming
ton, N. C , Wilson, N. C, Tarboro,
N, C, Norfolk, Va., and immed
iate stations, also at Goldsboro with
Atlantic and North Carolina Rail
way tor Klnston, N. O., Newberne,
N. C. acd immediate stations.
8 40 a. m. No. 107 daily fir
Greensboro and local stations, con
nects at Durham for Oxford. Hend
erson. Key sv tile and Ricnmond.
i i r w t -r jr
I clean wiinin.
ins Tnbtile taken
will keep the body
m . m a
resulting in a
healthy and pleasing appear
It is a Kood .sensible plan
to keep the body up to the
hih water mark of good
health all the time.
The p e r 5 o n who uses
Ripans Tabulcs feels good all
the time, they regulate the
bowels and keep the stomach
in good condition, and when
the stomach digests the food
properly, the chances of get
ting sick are lessened.
The little five cent cartons
hold ten doses and tl
convenient to carry.
riMJTMVX 1 I
M uitara of Tlrarlnla Lectalatare Mill
Not Jtt-c I to CarilQoatea.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 23. Thir
ty live merubrs. tf the II"Uso and
l ine In the Senate were refused
certiflcites of e ec lon today by the
eltctorate b ard becau-w h y had
not complied with the Rarksdale
new pure election law. They are
Mpiired to make atfltavit to the
electorate board wi'hin thirty days
after the e'ectlnn, showing tb
amount and character of their ex
penditures In the campaign, and for
ui lure to do so they are not .only
to lose their seats bnt are subject to
a tine of $5,000. The fine goes to
the school tut d and it is the duty
of the attorney general to prosecute
tne delinquents promptly. The law
also applies to the defeated candi
dates, but few of thrs have so f r
reported. Only 'a week remains to
comply with the. law and a number
are likely to be delinquent. ' The
electorate boa d today awarded
certificates to those members who
have complied with the law.
Double Daily Trains
Short Lint toprinipal alkiefl ef tha South
in l Sodtuweat, Florida, Cuba, Imi, Oali
fornia and Maxioo, also north and north-
weat, Waahingkm, Baltimore, Phi adalphia
ew Yo.kr, Boston,
dianapolia, 8t Loult,
Trains tears Raleigh aa foll.wa:
No. 34. NoBTHBora,.
1:2j a. If, "rtaABoAa-D xraaos" roa
Carrying Pqllman Sleepers, Cafe Can
(a la carte) and Chair Cara (aeata free).
Electric Lighted Throvghovt
Dlrmlngham, McnspWs and Kansas do
ANO TO ALU POINTS IN
Texas, Oklahoma aod India Tcrrtttrtti
Far West and Norttwcit
WM. KNAJtlii llAOS
Prices range from f 125 up to $G0e
OlKiAIVH ISlSrr MAKE8
Carpe nter Organs, Newman Rros.,
Organ', 50 Styles and Mak s.
Write for Cuts and PriC: s.
ciolilnev 812. ."SO to C5.()()
becial prices to dealers. All geodt-
shipp d from Factory.
Old InstruuH uts taken in ex- hange
for ne ones.
J. W , HOLllr GSWJRTH,
LOUiSBURG, N -
iVarson's Magazine at d The Cau
casia one ytar for $1.25 is yoi
cxler this mouth.
Cinnnatt cni in,!"" points North; Pullman draw-
i, Memphis and Kansas ing-room sleepers to New York and
Utchmona. nose connection ror
Virj6ton.8lenx, Mocksville and lo
oal stations with train No. 7 for
High Point, Btlkbury, Charlotte
JI or folk, Porifiuiouth, Jahhrnonsl, and local stations.
Wasbingloa. Baltim.re, PMUiel-j 10:10 a. m. Ko. 108, dally for
SSJ'AiXt . Oroand .U locpolnte ; con
e(lt , j ncAs at Be I ma for Wlaon, Rocky
11;15 A, 'if, flsABOA LeeAt Milt" Mount and all Ea-tern North Caro
For All Touts frost HaJHrh to Una points. At Goldsboro for WI1-
STATE 'NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL COLLBQC
Couiwaa Literary, Cit. h ?rictl, C.mlcst, Dimtth S:iti;s, 5:liaUl
Minutl Training, Pod t go tail anl Mule
Give course lea Iln ti Dip! mis. A lvaawl coarvis laallnx te De
grees. Well fviulppod Pra?tica aid Obrvatloa S:!jyL Faealky muas
bers 40. H)ard, laun lry, tutiji, ant fe)t for us of )zl kxka. ete.,
At University Station ror Chapel f 100 r n mreddin of th3 Stata $169. Twtlfth saaaat see-
Tini Hattw .nt Rnmt.v At I begins Sp.o iih it 1 it mi. T eo:ur burl ia lis drjiUjrI
I , a a m a - a a a m a a . -
pi iree-iuiion app'icaitont sn .u i im iniiniin jjj ia-i. oerre)
pandence lnvlt?d fr m th mj dodrln p :ui stent tea :her aat sUzoxra
hers. For ci'aloD a 1 1 -th ;r iaf :m itl a allrm
Carles d. mcIVeu. praum, arainftw, n. c.
Hill, daily except Sunday.
Greensboro with train No. 36,
U. S. Fast Mall," for Washington
Portemoufch, larMna le KietaaiiiDl, ' mlngton, Kinevon, New Burn, N. C.
SSDw.Mn!. wISSTf .TaSfL and Korlblk, Va.. where clow con
and Weldon witH A. O.: at Ports-, 1 ... v
mouah-Morfoik with A, u Btessa- v"",-c
en for points Herts aai vort1r Line tbr Baltimore and all other
No. 66. l:U p. m. Ko. 135, dally for
ll;fi0 A, M. 'Siaboab Mam." foe Greensboro and immediate stations;
fL connects at Durham for Oxford.
Philadelphia, Hew Tork ana Bos- ... , .
tiu, o-uuB aa ...c. wu-au 4 with viarajjvuj, acbii aijr cl"
111 ln I
ar miiill raaaaaaaaaa
in, mmt M mmmm
Wa ara aaatoaa to latrod
vrrf ban. u.rwartwa tk. A
iiuiiul ftHttnttUi to 4 afcia a.Maiy
v( Iii ym order awa r- ac Ma mo . m
dinner mr KEtT
Jw.d n your aama aad aAoraaa aa4 wSJ mb4 raw atfM
triir. ot rn.Mi. aril arfe t tut aus iaaa la
nviMf. Tba mm harrvta aa at mi ay 'aa aa aaa-
t-u.. fcb-a u a4 yoa taaalaatr aauaj aaaaiaa
j 'mt ortrr. w itboa t tba a maat a alaata aaat mm taaa
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i Cr YOKK tttDlt AI. ASMc I atiox, Dept. 1 1 1 DraaU war, Hew Tartu
Jay Trial Uenn a Aaheyllle.
Ashevllle, N. C, Nov. 24. T! e
use of State against Dr. J. y. Jay
W&3 begun in the superior court this
morning, and the man who a, little
ver a month ago murdered his
three children is1 nm on frlal for
C. A', f r ctncniarl. Chea o and
s. l. uii at Wubiig'ioa ml h
Pi nj fania aa4 B. A ), for ail
So, 31 Southbound.
5 M, Stai "akd rlzraa's ra
Utaiti, Aiia'iaa, C ambe.Char
le n. aTannh, JtckaouT lie, St.
Auguntin, Tampa and all points
tkuih aud aoihwtat.
No. 41. -
4:00 P. M. "Sbaboaxb Local Mail"
For hrlotte At anta and all 1 oal
I oi tVconne at Atlanta for all
points aoutn and Soatbw a. .
6:27 P. M. ((?A90Aap Mail" fob
southern Pin&,Pinehurat, Atlanta
C lumbia, harlston, 8aTannah(
Jacksonville, Tampa and all points
South and Southwest. Tickets on
sale to all points. . Pullman bertbt
reteryed. Tickets delivered aid
b gage ee kHl frtim Hotel and
Rented the nleaa of truillv and I " wvUw-.--.
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I it 1 l i XI . , ifi S I
r.i.CVAil.Tsat.Pts.A..TUft,t nneu eacn 01 ym ,uu iu uur mp.T0WN TICKET- OFFICE,
v ?- -T - case and action in the other case- v . . t,m,
I was deferred. The Judge ordered p S," 1'' A
1 that if rh finps were not naid thev iu U VUft v. X. MU A
, v.--- 1 ti 1 t tiiv ar n
be confined In the Uil until they I
I were. naid. ' V H. S. LEABD.T.A.
MB ONLY THROUOH SLBEPINO CAR;
' BBTWEEN THB 50UTM8AST 4NI
Descriptive literature, tickets ar
n'gsd imd through- revert tke oasA
poo application (9 . .
i t. a.uNBcaa. tin& Act. ti
Two Men IndlMed For l'eonaita.
Montgomery, Ala., July 27.
This afternoon James II. Dodd and
Andfrson A. Hardy, white citizeni
of Tallapoosa county, who were in
dicted by the federal grand jury for
peonage, pleaded guilty to all the
I Indictments, . There were five in
! dictments against each. Judge Jones
W. T. SAUNDERO
Aoat Pasasngsr Desffetevt
Sunday. At University Station!
fbr Chapel Hill dally except Sunday !
At Greensboro with train No. 29 1
for Columbia, Augusta, Savannah,
Charleston, Pullman sleeper and
first clasB coaches Washington to
Jacksonville, Fla. No. 85 "U. 8.
Fast Mail" for Atlanta and all point
south and southwest, Pullman draw-1
ing room sleepers to Birmingham
and New Orleans, day coaches
Washington to New Orleans, also
with north bound trains No. 34 and
38 for Washington and all polnte
north. Pullman drawing room sleep
ers and observation car to New
York; connection le also made at
Greensboro fur Winston-Salem and
at Salisbury to Memphis.
4.30 p. in. No. 136 dally for
Goldsboro and local stations.
C. H. Ackert, General Manager.
W. A. Turk;, Pass. Traf. Manager.
S. H. Hard wick. Q. P. A Wash
ington, D. G.
L. Vernon. T. P. A , Charlotte.
E. Green City Ticket Agent.
ce In Yarboxongh Hcujo Builds I
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ELEGJUIT COmnrr UPRIGHT PUXO, 125. VarraateaS
ELEGANT PARL0B OBGAftS, US UP. Vanaatei ti yeans
ELttUll COfTURY tlTlK3 tUCHIRCS. tULLeaiSS3. fit.
cet am Ire trial. CASH 0ft EAST E0MTKLT PATCIffTX
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CENTURY r.lF'C CO. , wrNV7oi Frtlllcfill
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It uill pay ;cj
to send tor oar Ostsw
loffua Ko.0, caot2s3
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Heznes3,ct9. We eU direct trcx
our Psvotory to Oonaraxnars avt
factory raoex Tela ecsxestssa
Buggy only CaaLoO: Csri
C3UTU3Y ZZFQ CO.
Monthly Parmentax. ws
honasrt popl4 locr.ted ia ell pTQ
of the world. -
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