Vou need light to raise
profitably. Be sure your fertiliz
er contains at least 10 per cent.
We mail free, on request, our book
JERMAN KALI WOBK8.
mimi, r Tom.
Atlantic Goas! Line.
Dated May Cth, 1JJJ.
THIN4 going SOUTH.
No.23. No. 85. So.4
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T'ala N, 4", doily leav W;ti
t05atn, MnKilia 10 1-8 a a, ni-
12 .8 a in, VM'.aou 1 li m. ai.i a r
at It. Mitt y M-.in.t at 1 53 t m
Carolina Central nawwir, m
Sprlng-a with the Red Springs and B
more railroad, at Stanford with the
board air Line and Southern Rail-.
at Oulf with the Durham ar.d Cba;lo
Railroad. Train on trie Scotland Neck Iran
Road leaves Weldon 3:15 p. m., lla
fax 3.29 p. xu., arrives Scotland Ne
at 4:10 p. rn , Greenville 5:47 p. o
Klnston fi:45 p. m. Returning leavi
Klaeton 7:30 a. m., Greenville 8:30
m., arriving Halifax at 11:05 a. u
Weldon 11:20 a. m., dally except Bu
Trains on Washington Branch leo
Washington 8 '00 a.m.. and 1:45 p. n
arrive Parmele 8:55 a. m and 3:10
m., returning leave Tarmel- 9:16
m. and 6:22 p. m., arrive WaahlnKu
10:35 a. m. and 6:15 p. ru., dally
Train leasts Tarboro, N. C, dat
except Sunday 4:35 p. m.. Si
day, 4:35 p. m arrives Plvmon
6:85 p. m., 6:30 p. m. Roturni
leaves Plymouth dally except Sund
7:30 a. m., and Sunday 9:00 a. m.,
rives Tarboro 9:55 a. ra., 11:00 n. m
Train on Midland N. C. Bran,
leaves Goldsboro dally except Suuda
8:00 a. m., arriving Sralthfield C: 10 .
m., returning leaves Smithfleld 7;i'
a. m., arrives at Goldsboro 8:25 a. r
Trains on Nashville Branch "
Yadkin Division Main Line Tra
leaves Wilmington. 9:10 a. m.. arr'.v.
Fayetteville 12:20 p. m., leaves Fayett
Till U:42 p. m. arrives Santord 1-.
p. m. Returning leav Sanford 3.
p. m.. arrive Fayetteville 4:20
isave FayettevllU 4:30 p. in., arrlv.
Wilmington 7:15 p. m.
Bennettaville Branch Train lavf
BsnDottsvllle 8:10 a. m.. Maxton9:0
a, m.. Red Springs, 9:22 a. m.. Parktoi
10:41 a. ra., Hope Mills 1U:C5 a. tn., a
rive Fayetteville 11:10. Roturnin
leave Fayetteville 4:45 t. m . H.
Hills 5: CO p. m.. Red Springs 5:43 p
m., Maxton 6:16 p. m., arrives Ben
neusvuie 7: 15 p. m.
Connctlons at Fayetteville will
train KT a If. . i . ,
.ta.u 9 oi Willi inj
Ftueny Blount :J0 a. in., 4:00 p. ra., ar
me Nasnviiie io:zo a. m.. 4:23 n.ru
Spring Hope 11:00 a. m., 4:45 p. m. R
turning leave Bpring Hope 11:23 a. m
6:15 p. m., Nashville 11:45 a. ra , 5:41
p. m., arrive at Rocky Mount 12:10 p
tn.. s:zo n. m.. flaiiv excem Sundav.
Train on Clinton Branch leave Wui
saw for Clinton dally, except Sunday
:au a. m. ana 4:15 on. m. Returnln:
leaves Clinton at 7: OO a m nnd in On
Train No. 78 makes close connectlor
at Weldon for all points North dally
11 ...1 , m a
u ran via. iiicnmoiia.
W. J. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent.
J. R. IKENLX, Oen'l. Manager.
T. M. EMERSON. Traffic Manager.
Up to Date.
Gate on me, all ye people.
For I'm a gorgeous eiht:
My dress, a smart creation,
This hat is my delight;
I lead my brindled bulldog
And Just as sure as fate
I promenade each evening1.
For I'm strictly up to date.
And when I o out riding
In my new two-seated trap,
My Parts gown and hat, so gay.
And. swefi imported wrap; '
Of course I have a driver.
And a footman so sedate.
I know fcj.iu -pass muster,"
For I'm slrlctly up to date.
Sometimes I take my auto
Just to cut a biKger dash:
1" people will get In my path
They must expect a crash;
Ve really can't l.iok out for them
As we perambulate.
The common people must glvo way
For we are up to date.
We dash out In tho country
To see the people stare;
We round the corners with a whiz
Enough to raise your hair! '
Our chauffeur grins a fiendish grin,
And. awful to re ate.
Otjr wake is Pt-ewn v.lth wresliRgc,
for I'm itrlJtiy up to date.
IS YOUR HEALTH VALUABLE?
DUaaae U arwaja a handicap; it onSu mm fr batiaess and pleasure fiCrtimti temporarily
titan permanently. Life i a continuous trrjj;e, ana the man or -wora,.. -Slid id witU a Ch roc Ic
iTUease ia oatclaited at every torn. la tali u-;e ' !nrp compt;tion. r.o mu i rj l,cp to be ae
( 'jcIr,riood nil
TjypPf.?a. I'iseaae r-f Women, etc., end my original raethc
' ji Prf'vtn aucresofttl in even the most obstinate
ip. iiuiH.w. viv writ, ruu s nuiitumJ
si iAtc pcrft-cti i a jVci.i .,f hone treatment which enables me to core yoa at your own
home, ai I h ive t!iotij: li of other. Write me fully about yonr case, and scad for cornplet
symptom b:m'. r.yrre?pr nUoiiC.ciaSdtatiaJ. Addresa J. NEWT OX HATH A WAV, M.D-
"Two years 9go my hair was
falling out badly. I purchased a
bottle of Aycr's Hair Vigor, and
soon my hair stopped coming out."
Miss minnl: hoover,-Paris, 111.
Perhaps your mother
had thin hair, but that is
no reason why you must
go through life with half
starved hair. If you want
lon, thick hair, feed it
j with Ayer's Hair Vigor,
j and make it rich, dark,
: and lv:zvy.
i i'.M h L?'.!Ii. All -fnigRlsts.
. If your i',rw-. j. t caiusrt supply you,
J Bii'l iih in. i! ii ; y r a i.il v.o will express
you :i ior,; '. nitre a:il ai ve tlifi nanio
of your I.-- ,' ';. :i:'-e. Aiblrf ps,
. ' ' ' " ' ( . . "-.reil. M
jo, a m t AIo pa nirkneM and
ALL lKikii-o r.,iBia. Ha-.M
Uett on Litoiu or li' -a l'". 2-c aud ioc a Lottie.
HAY PR SS
ivueHu auii re iauie.
rt. M a . -
Vor hullntf cotton and wj't",
Writ- lor i.r.fts. 1J..X VI6J.
Ch i-tiinoogu, Ttnn.
A Hollow Rail.
A hollow rail lias just been invented
v J. C. Allondrph. The standard
o-v in u s'."1 is r 1 f inches hih with
t2 inch base, and is solid. Mr. Allen
'orph's rail is 1 inches high, with a
f)-inch baic. and is hollow. There is
alo a device for connecting these
ails whic-h tses the place of the
familiar fish-plate. It consists of a
ilate 2 fe?t long and 6 inches wide.
ani carrying an upright the length of
olate, which fits into the hollow of the
rails to oomnlete the connection. It
is asserted that the danger of spread
ing rails will be greatly minimized.
The present standard rail carries 90
pounds to the yard, while that of Mr.
Allendorph is only 77. At $28 a ton
Cor rails this would mean a saving of
517.76 per mile.
!t i3 denied niw tht the "Old Cun
sity Shop" v I.ondou ha been sold
to an American.
fian. Easy to
Will probtbly do the work. Bad caief require more. RHEUMACIDI
cure by tftting rid of the cause, co that no trace of the disease lineera
In the system. It purifies the blood, relieves the inflammation of the kid
neys, the chronic constipation, and the catarrh that follows such a condi
tion of the system.
Though Mrs. Mary E. We.'born. of High Point. N. C. Is 80 years old
and hd suffered from rheumatism for 20 years, she was completely cured
by RHEL'MACIDE, nnd declares she fceit "years youneer" and is anxious
for til h ae suflerine from any of the forms of this dread disease" to
try f? HE I'M CTDB ind be cured.
RLV. J. R. WHEELER, a noted Methodist minister, of Reisteritowa,
Md., wrltrs enthusiastically of RHEUMACIDE. which cured him. Ha il
75 years old and hat been in the ministry SO years.
SAMUt BOTTLE FREE FROM
BOCCITT CHEMICAL CO., PROPRIETORS,
"GETS AT THE JOINTS FROM THE INSIDE."
r 111 ' PURIFIES THE BLOOD.
E THACHER MEDICINE CO., chattakqsba, tekh. I .y .n rPe. I
SjjTY " J . CATUAnTICl
GUARANTEED CURE for all bowel trouble, appendicitis. t?!iousnss, tl breath, bad
b.oo-l, wind on the stomach, bloated bow-is, f; ul mouth, headache, ir.di3e6tion, pimple,
pains o.ter eating, bver trouble, sallow rkin an ! dixzineas. When yonr bowels don't move
'JZStVZ B7? 'Zli' CoJ1n,stiPatlon rrcr- people than all other diseases tof ether. It
r 'rrT'l"01 nd lon?,ye of suffer-ns. No matter what ails you, start taking
C- .-iGA' VT3 tPiJay. for you will nevrr Bet weU and stay well until you get your bowels
r . t T-ke rr erfv.e, stert with Cascarets today under-abaolute rjarantee to cere or
ry rr- ..- - -name-taclet atamr-d C C C. Never cold In bulk. Sample aatV
-w ' - - - (m s vw j' wuuiL't:i . bhicifl or rvRitv w sura
csfal dhcm omJ iu ririd ana h-j.
Dtarinjf fnr rr?cr a a i; ja!iit. eea tboasaaon
who are csrrr i.-tjf r-3t;t i -,rr. cbv.iate cfcroriw tli .case a a tar
linioni'. forr:.rjn;.:i, which "Jicrcoi rid themlr of bj
tY.- ;ro;:r trejtrr.c;.t, Aur j:ict phyVciin wiil tcilycc that these
d'ca5. arc ftulira ar,;! oMcrate.ind a ;?-iaI kfluwledye if
r-.jiiircJ i-j treat Uiem fcocre!sfoUy . My tpccizl Ctnes for t re Ala g
Ci.ronic i.li. ask-s has been acjcirei by twrealr year of c5o" ap
f.iicali'n, devoted eJu-ItssiirclT to lieir study sindt- raiment. I bare
treated more casca than sny other phyticias ia the.Upited States
.'r,(i 1 tLorotsjt'L'y cn?ertand just vt Lt is reqeired in each-ease
J-fy jc;ity iru;u(!cail chronic diseases, ruch as Stricture, Vari
Skin Disease, B'.adler and Kidney Complaints
ethod of treatroen
CURES RHEUMATISM AND CATARFH.
U.lJ.Ii. Curu I0p.Sented Case Especially
To Pro re It It. Ii. II. ent Fre.
TLcse diseases, with achea and pains in
bone, joints and back, agonizing pains in
fehoukler blades, hand3, Crigers, arms and
legs crippled by rheumatism, lumbago, sci
atica, or neuralgia; hawking, spitting, no. e
bleeding, ringing in the eara, aick stomnch,
drafues?, noise in the head, bad teeth, thin
hot b.od, all run down feeling or catarrh
uie sure signs of an awful poisoned condi
tion of the blood. Take Botanic Blood
Balm (B.B.B.) Soon all aches and pains
stop, the poison h destroyed and a real
permanent cure is made of the worst rheu
matism or foulest catarrh. Thousands of
cases cured by taking B.B.B. It strength
ens reak kidneys and improves digestion.
Druggists, $1 per large bottle. Sample free
by writing Blood Balm Co., 54 Balm
Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. Describe troub'e and
free medical advir? sent in sealed letter.
Of the strikes In Great Britain last
year 30,917 were successful, 33,513
unsuccessful and 41,645 accepted com
promises. Microscopic experiments have shown
tbnt the electrically made sicel is not
different In any way from crucible
The longest telephone -wire span In
the world is 3X) feet from polo to
iole. spanning the Susquehanna Iliver,
Lear Lancaster, Pa.
The tenement inspectors of New
York City have found over 325,000
occupied rooms which have neither
light nor ventilation.
FIT3r,ermaientiv cured. No lit? or nervous
ness a'ter first d;iy' ; use of Dr. Kline'? Great
Ne-veUst6rer.$2tri:il bottle and treatisefrea
Dr.Il.il. Kxin-e, Ltd., 031 Arch St., Phil., P i.
Go'.d now constitutes neany one-half our
stock of money.
Mr Winnlow's SooLliin:rSyruo Tor children
teet I'in .t, sof t6n the cums, reduces inaamna
tioii.Miuys pairi .euros windeoile. '25e. a bottle
Canada produced over ?4,000,000 worth of
pig iron last year.
Piso's Cure is tbebectmeilioipewo everued
for all a ficctions of throat and lungs. Wm.
O. Esr.si.EV, Vanuurcn, Ind., Feb. 10, 1C00.
Piberia is going to be a strong competitor
in the European butter market.
Carpi ts can be coiored oa the floor with
Pl'TXAM KADEIESS DVES.
Nearly one-third of the 3rd,000 inhabit
ants o Cleveland were born iu Europe.
Tree Splits Rock.
There is a trea just beyond the New
England railvay arch on the Middle
bury road in Connecticut, which has
grown through a solid reck many tons
in weight, making a largo fissure
which would require a dynamite ei
plosion to duplicate.
slan of RHFLMATISM. n...... . i.
cure now. A single bottle of
Lbw&s &2si Blood
Cvrc3 by Removing tho Ostuso
A THREE -FOLD REMEDY for all lilt du to func
tional trouble. Acta on tha LIVER and KIDNEYS and
5 Ftirm Topics
CORN STALKS ON ROADS.
. Corn fe talks from wliiUlhe. blades
have been eaten ca)te excellent mate
rial in the lanes and roads leading to
the barn. They prevent the accumu
lation of mud, and will be trampeJ
fine daring the winter by stock, when
they then may be hauled to the barn
yard and used as absorbent material.
INFLUENCES POTATO YIELD.
The size of the seed for potatoes in
fluences the yield. In England whole
potatoes are used almost la every sec
tion, and successful growers in this
country use seed potatoes cut In half,
never cutting to smaller sizes. Deep
plowing, deep planting and level cul
ture give better results than hilling. A
single plant in a place gives the largest
tubers, but not so many as when two
or more plants are together.
CAUSE OF ROPY MILK.
Farmers who consider $300 too high
for a fourteen-pound butter cow should
remember that no outlay is too great,
provided the returns therefrom are sat
isfactory. There is a great difference
in the price of a pure bred Jersey and
a common cow, but there is also a wide
difference in the butter produced. A
cow is valuable only according to
what she produces and the cost. One
cow producing fourteen pounds of but
ter is more profitable than two cows
producing seven pounds each, because
she requires less room and also entails
less expense for food and labor, thus
producing butter at a lower cost per
TO KEEP HONEY.
To keep honey all the year rouud
without candying it is only necessary
to place the honey which has previ
ously been nicely strained in a pan or
pail which may be placed inside of
another one, putting two or three bits
of wood under the pail containing the
honey, to prevent it from burning upon
the bottom, then fill the outer one
with water and just bring to the boil
ing point, skimming off the wax and
all foam which gathers upon the top.
As it comes to the boiling point, re
move from the Ktove. and after a few
minutes skim and pour into jars to
cool. Cover tightly and keep iu a cool
place. E. L. Morris.
Turkey raising has become almost 'a
distinct branch of the poultry indus
try, and requires a location very dif
ferent from that needed for chickens,
geese or ducks. Turkeys, while thor
oughly domesticated, still retain that
natural-disposition to xroani, and for
this reason it is impossible to succeed
with them iu small lots. They must
have range, even when being prepared
for market, and when this is given
them they, are but little more trouble
than other' kinds of poultry.
Bronze turkeys are the largest of
all breeds, and perhaps the most gen
erally bred, but there are several other
favorites that are doubtless equally
good. The turkey does best iu warm
climates, and it is somewhat surpris
ing that more farmers do not have
flocks of them.
VALUE OF HAY CROP.
The hay crop of this country is more
important to farmers than wheat, as
hay may be baled and sent to market
or be used on the farm; but one rea
son why hay should not be sold is be
cause it contains more of the mineral
elements than does grain. More profit
is made from hay than from any other
staple crop, as it is the main reliance
for winter feeding, while the manure
from hay contains plant food that
is more evenly balanced than that from
pny other source. To derive the most
benefit from hay, however, is to feed
it in connection with less valuable
bulky food, using bran or linseed meal
to make the ration better and more ac
ceptable, and esnecially should this
course be pursued when there has been
a short hay crop. t
IMPORTANCE OF GOOD SEED.
The importance of good seed cannot
be too strongly urged. A grower of
tvheat in several years' exDeriments
found that it paid well to hand-pick
his seed wheat. The first year he
rdanted seven and one-half pounds of
hand-picked wheat on one acre, in
rows eighteen inches apart, and at
harvest be threshed out sixty-seven
bushels. The next year the yield was
seventy-two bushels, using a little
more seed. On a trial row he planted
seventy-six extra fine kernels of seed
weighing forty-five grains), and the
nroduct was ten and one-fourth pounds
or at the rate of 100 bushels of wheat
ner acre. The experiments were made
many years ago by Professor Blount,
nf the Colorado Experiment Station,
he seed being in rows eighteen inches
apart, and twelve inches apart in the
rows, a wheel hoe being used for culti
vating between the rows. In Belgium
all seeds are carefully hand-picked and
the wheat crop cultivated, with the
result that from sixty to seventy-five
bushels of wheat per acre may be
found on nearly all farms.
Would Also Be at Home.
Two of the most eminent lawyers at
the Philadelphia Ear were the late
Benjamin -Harris Brewster and his
half brother, Frederick Carroll Brews
ter. Both had held the office of at
torney general of the United States.
They had .not been on friendly terms
for many years.
It Is said that on one occasion a
mutual friend tried to bring thern to
gether, and finally Fred C. consented
to bury the hatchet and 6ent Benja
min H. a card containing his name,
with the words written underneath.
"At home on Monday evening, "May
By the same messenger Benjami
H. sent a card in return, which rea.
thus: : .
"Benjamin H. Biewster also a
home Monday evening, May 1."
This ended negotiations .forever.
Thirty-seven per cent, of the Amer
!jn people now live la tities of more
Uian 4,000 inhabitant .
i' Ji it a i i r i v"
S3 Mrs. ind
woman of Jacksonville, Fla., daughter of
Recorder of Deeds, West, who witnessed
her signature to the following letter, praises
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
" Dear Mrs. Pinkham : There are but few wi ves and mothers who
have not at times endured agonies and such pain as only women know.
I wish such women knew the value of Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. It is a remarkable medicine, different in action from any
I ever knew and thoroughly reliable.
"T have seen cases where women doctored for years without perma
nent benefit, who were cured in less
VfwtflWn r!nrnr,niinri- while others who were chronic ana met:
rnnift out cured, harnv. and in perfect health after a thorough treatise
with this medicine. I have never used it myself without caining
benefit. A few doses restores my strength and appetite, and tones up
the entire svstem. Your medicine has been tried a'nd found true, hence
I fully endorse it." Mrs. R. A. Andersox, 225 Washington St., Jack
Mrs. Reed, 2425 E. Cumberland St., Philadelphia, Pa., says :
When women are troubled with
t!TJ Vi iil H 'in
ness, lcu'Jorrhjea, displacement or ulceration of the womb, that bearirg-down
feeling, inflammation of the ovaries, backache, flatulence, general debility,
indigestion, and nervous prostration, they Bbould remeralcr there is one tried
and true remedy. Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound at one
removes such troubles.
Tho experience and testimony of some of the most noted
women of America go to provo, beyond a question, that Lydia
Phikkam's Vegetable Compound will oorrcet all such trouble at
once by removing the cause and restoring the organs to a healthy
and normal condition. If in doubt, write 3Irs. Pinkham at Lynn,
Mass, as thousands do. Her advice is free and helpful.
No other medicine for women in the world has received such wide
o.ead and unqualified endorsement. No other medicine has such a
record of cures of female troubles. Ikfuse to buy f.ny .sui.stitale.
FORFEIT If -we cannot fortrrwith produce tlie nrJflnnl ltrs atj! scfctnrefl of
above tesliuiocialg, which will
(riTT UP I v COLLAPK1BLK TUBt)
A substitute for and superior to mastanlor
UTf . . 1. w 1 ... f .... .,.,4 ... 11 U 1 1 n. . .1
I mostdellr-a o skin, l'hc piin-allayin and
I curatlvequaliti'.-sof thisartlcleare woader-
lul. It wnl slop th - laothuc.ieatouce, and
relieve headache au.l sciatica. We recoua
meud it as tho best and palest eiterual
counter-irritant known.also asan external
remedy for pains in the eh-st aiid stom tch
andallrlieuniritic.neuralsicand K"Uty com
plaints. Atria will prove what w claim
for it, and it will be found to ie invaluable
in the household. Many people say "it Ifcthe
be-tofal of yo'ir preparations. " Price 15
ts.. at all d 1 URirits or other dealer?, or by
SHiidin?thisamount t'Misinpommje stamps
we will seud ym a tube by mail. No article
shouli beacceutpd by the nublic vnlpsth
"ame carries our label. a otherwise it not
genuine. tncroKuuun mpn. co
l"f OA..., - A V- , -
11 iit: -irrru fcW 1 OKK ( ITT
Vm 1 t econrl.hi, d Mrh . n
"11 mdkea iVn a part py for the
uiiTrr -a ifHinn ror ruick mtyr.
J.i;. lUVio!y,i h . lotte. U. C,
Because Mr. Charles T. Yerkers
brought Germr-n bricklayers to Lon
don to put up two tall chimney stacks
at his new generating station in Chel
sea local labor unions are saying some
very bitter things about American en
terprise, Mr. Yarker'e manager ex
plained, apoloseticaily, that British
bricklayers were not accustomed to
building chimneys from the inside;
hence the alien workmen. Mr. Yerkes
is now being deluged with letters from
all parts of the United Kingdom, giv
ing lists of chimneys "inside-built,"
which are solely the product of British
labor. The manager, newly arrived
from Chicago, spoke not wisely but too
well, and the local contractors, hav- j
ing scored a point, are crowing with 1
delight. Meantime the German brick-
layers are having an unpleasant time
In Chelsea. So. 47.
J. Hill, Coucord.
N. C, JusUce of
the Peace, says:
Pills proved a j
very . efficient j
remedy la my !
case, I used j
them for dis
from which I
23 a great deal
'"in. The kidney secretions were very
rreguiar. dark colored and full of sedi-
Ihe. Pills cleared it all up ami.
not had an ache in inv bnk
since takiug the last dose.
generally is improved a great deal.
i- oster-MIIburu Co.. Enffain v v
or sale by all dealers, prj0 Iq foJts
a. " i-
than three months after taking your
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I feel it my duty
to write and tell you the pood I have received
from Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Com
"I have been a great sufferer with female
trouble, trviutr different doctors and mrdioir.es
with no benefit. Two years ago I went under
an operation, and it left me in a very weak
condition. I had stomach triiible, Lackache,
palpitation of the heart, and was very
in fact. I ached all over. 1 lind
is the only medicine that reaches
v. ommend Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable
V i j .ii : M
tjompounu 10 an suueriiig omen-
irregular or painful menitrusti"n, wealr-
proye thrlr st.nomte p"-.'ii:icn-t.
LyJlA li, rLakliain iltdiclne Co., Lv&n, laai.
Ripan Tabu lea art
the best dyspepsia
itnodicl:re ecr made.
A buudrcd millions
of Ihi-m have been
soM in the United
Stales In a eit:s!e
year. Kvery Illness
a rising from a disurdcrr-d stomach Is
relieved or cured by liulr use. So
common Is it that diseases originate
"rom tho stomach It mriy be safely as
serted there Is no condition of III
health that will nut le benfflted or
cured by the occasional use "of Ripan
Tabules. Physicians know ihem and
speak highly of them. All druslstt.
sell them. The five-cent package 'i
enough for an ordinary occasion, and
the Family Bottle, tdxty cents, contain
a household supply for a year. On
generally gives relief within twenty
!!RAW FURS Wanted
rur bin oa January .i. O.o-m iluhrt. i.ilt.
K !!. Hm-etnin i i ct. Hin- iU piVw
ild Write A.L.Hurt.a'if.!alD & i'.Vt cl n-H.J.
wei mm mm
There ia no s&tisf action keener
"than being dry &nd comfortable
when cut in the h&rdeit otornv
YOU ASE SURE OF7ffi5
If YOU Vt cAS 1
MASS IM tlACK OR YELLOW I
m a rmr fk s ,ir- -iiitiii rrmm
I.TOWtR rO.f1TOY1H UIaL 1
lta 4na&ii co.urtiTf i.xottvsn.ixs. pr--J
ASK YOUR DBALfcR.
If he ret hot you
for our fre fTitJot of crwvmt mod keti.
ar i-at-. Un
tar Saw MiUa.
-rith Heoe's Unlver-e. Ixmt Beam a. Recti Ho I
! ;,ea.r.8lTiuitan-oas. Work-and the Hea-t
fetjek-Klr.jc VariaU Fwd Workt are unex-l
r i celled far irrroirr &tvi ttw r- a . t
?-rrA5i (AFEoroi-ZBkTiosr. Write for fulfil
.icnjiuve cjrcrjiarn. Kanuiaetnre J y tt
SALE IRON V iKKS.W lnon-.Sa'en..N.C.
Retnovei all awelliu ia s
fiys ; cect a perwacect
u xaio cays. Truitreatmect
green free. I"othlrrca be fairer
Stri::?!. pix n ataiuuca
t3 r. . f tt!X Ml IUI ; 7iU.
pi Best y: usa fey rap. rintw Wool L
fo;4 by dincyi t .
i aQirted wili
Xn lattitiif cn? of laforsut:
cotaw trosi TVaiMciton to tt pr
that the AETicultural DvpartRfts! j r'r
lotts to ttft the tnerit of tbr S-,j
American plant knotr ai ctspato.-. Ja,
re bandenum." for sucar raiklsr
to know cupatoriura may be to ires
oriCeIf Izsorant. but the narse
rtshy. It I poMtblc, hoevr. tL: t
plant I destined to beat tte b-t t- j
rale Cain with cane.
"Air Line Rjulway
Looblt Dally Sinlci.
Eftieti Uw Tcrt Tiapi, illuo. itl
(rleut ltd foliti Scsta ud WesL
IN r rl-Ktr APHL 12, IU 3.
Lt. vw Tort. r. B.B. HU a
L. Philadelphia, S 2t ia
Lv. lu.Uawra. 4i a
Lv. ttahitirion. W. & By 7 tf i ra
n .e Aa
Lv. Rlcbm ad. &A-L.B 1
L Po ofaoar.
1 17 lira
Lv. 2i rlUa,
4 00 am
10 00 am
1 mi ( a
Lv. ovalbera Plaoa
Lt. II sun lot,
Lt. Columbia, J
Ar. M. Aa(uttiio
4ft am 4 00
Lt Ntw Yor.!.T.r.A X.t '
M 21 .a
Lt. Pfcha lch hU. - 10 14 1
Lv.New lufK.U.D.P.aCvt to) .m .... ...
Lt. BaiUmor!x a. P. Co.. t ; i
b. A. L. 05 ya
2 Jta am
4 00 am
Lv. rkiutfavra Plata,
Lv. 11 am let, .
T 90 aa
IX S3 fa
4 HI im
Ar. Augua'a, C A W. C. 6 SO im
Ar. Maaon, C of Ga.. .
1 3d pa
Ar. Montjrom'ry.A.AW.P. 9 20 pa
Ar. M tile. L. A N 3 & am
Ar. New Orloam.L. A N. 7 15 am
Ar. Nnshville.N. .A&t.L 6 40 am a
3(5 pm tOia
No. 8J N i. 34
Lt. Memphl,X.C.A tSt.L. 12 4S loop Wf t
Lt. NaDTlllOj SO f-m tr'g'J sg.
Lt. New Urlearja.L. A N-, blftj m
Lt. Motile, L.4N. 12 am
Lv. iloutsrcm'ry.A.AW.P 6 45 am 100p
Lt. Macao, C of Ua.
00 aa 4 0 rm
Lv. Autcuata. C. A W. C. 10 10 am
Lt. Atlauta, ;
b.A.L. laOOooou ft 10 1 a
i sfi7(.m nasrs-
" 717 pm 4 1taa
7 16 yzn SOlaa
' 3 atfjua
' Lv. Uamlt.
J 10 j a
1 ii m
1 00 1 a
4 lb aa
Lv. B-julberu Plnea,
Lt. U eld..u,
11 18 a
2 Wa .-n
9 00 am
Ar. Waih'ton,N.A W.H.B.,
Ar. Baltlmare. U.H.p7car
l 10 aJa
Ar. Phlla'pbla, N.Y.P.ANt 44 pm
Ar. New York, 9 16 pm
9 00 I'D
Lt. Tampa, 8. A- L. Ilv.
LV. HI. AUtfUMitlQ
6 40 araCiO m
ft 45 am
1 16 pm
6 S5 pa
10 tO. a
11 1 pa
1 25 am
t 40 are
9 4 aa
4 86 a
7 t ia
1 10 t-m
4 09 pa
4 65 pa
ft 14 1 a
Lt. Ii a inlet,
Lt. routfcern Plata,
A v. Uichmoiid,
Ar. U aabliiKton, W.B.Cj.10 10 aa
Ar. baJiliDore. P B.IL 11 6 am
Ar. Pblladeli hla, " ItCpa
Ar. New York, 4 16 pa
Note. f Dally, except Kunday.
lCnful Tina 4 F.a-, Ti n lar I
TlckaU on ulc to all polnti. Poll
bib birth a. RearvHd and resrrfr
Hons made on oatgolng 8tAns-n
from Norfolk. Baftfrage cbKaed
from hotel and rtadnoet wltaout
extra charftre. Call at the
Up-town Ticket Office
YarborouKh House Building.
C. H Gattis C T. and P. I
Ball, RaX.gh uid Intratat Pbooea 1 7
LEaki, r.l a Km- Ur.N.O
R E. L r:U' H.O. n'! Acnl
M P. SR 1 V c 1 -M-b1
TLAfiTICANDII.C. R.R. CO.
Tim Table No 28, to tak effact
uuday. November 9tb, 1902, at 7.-05
. m., Laatern standard lima, tia-r-dea
Tima Table No. 27, of JofiO
a 34. P.M. A.H. F-3L
00 9 30 Lt Ooldaboro Aril 05 193
Hilf JW. Bt'a 10 43 I 9 Ml
8 6 9 69 LaUrajg 14 94 7 67
I99f410 FaUutg Cratk 10 23 ( 7411
9 48 4 2iM Klxutoa .110 13 7 37
e 9 03 f 4 34 Caawell 9 60 I 7 3tf
9 13 4 43
X.T f 4J - ,
9 30 SOS
9 60 919
969 f 925
10 10 9 40 Ar Lt 9 09 I
9 50Lv i,'w Bmn Ar 9 37
4 Cr'i Jamea City
f C 1J KiTtrdal 1 13 f
f6 19 Oroataa 9 09f
9 80 Havelock 9 00
OAS Newport 7 49
1 4 49 WUdwood 7 931
f 4 64 AUaatlo T 91 1
7 06 UorsWd City 7 37
Ar Atlantic Hetai Lt
7 15AT XLOty lTtwpot Lt 7 08
AM., P.M. A.M. T.TL
Train No. I, frsrUht, leave Stra at
1 80 pm, Tuteday, Tbatadaj and batarday.
Train Ho. 10; fretbt, anivea at Xlf
at 10 41 am, Moodaj.WadAMsday aad fnUj.
t Btop on cfjraaL
a. L. DILL, B. A. NIWLANP.
Oaa. 8pt- Maatar of Trtun
J O. LtVld,