The Decline of Marriage.
The decliue of marriage has at
tracted the notice of a Maryland
clergyman, who has declared his
purpose of finding a remedy?by
lottery, if no bet . r moans can be
The reverend gentleman, in ex
plaining the situation, said that
iiis congregation of onethousund
adults,' which formerly had a
record of 18 marriages a year,
lias now dropped to four, in
looking for reasons for this low
ering ol' the marriage rate it was
admitted that one of them was
most likely the lack of social in
tercourse. That there are more
women than men in the church,
and that young men are led away
from rural places to centers offer
ing better business opportuui
ties, must also account for u cer
tain percentage of the declines.
But still here is the statement:
Here are all these young peo
ple, some of umrriageable age
and some of more than marriage
able age. But they are all very
backward when it comes to mar
The preacher furnishes his own
answer and it is one startling
Down at the bottom of it all
lies the generally prevalent ten
dency toward luxurious living,
(lirls are not satisfied with the
simpler style of living. Instead
of that they look forward to
having home furnished extrava
gantly and elegantly. And the
men know they are unable to
provide the luxuries that ate ex
The demand for luxury limits
the girl's ambitions to suiters
out of her rench, and overlooks
the men who may be the master
ten years later. It leads to mis
erable strife in pursuit and to
miserable disappointment later
Don't be satisfied with tempo
rary relief from indigestion.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure perma
nently and completely removes
this complaint. It relieves per
manently because it allows the
tired stomach perfect rest. Diet
ing won't rest the stomach. Na
ture receives supplies from the
food we eat. The sensible way
to help the stomach is to use
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, which di
gests what you eat and can't
help but do you good. Hood
Bros., Hare & Son, J. R. Led bet
Reidsville Weekly: It i? said
that Guilford county has a citi
zen who prides himself on the
fact that he has been married six
times and is the father of 58 chil
dren. In the lotare four pairs of
twins and one set of triplets.
One wife was the mother of 21 of
the children. The Greensboro
Patriot, which gives the informa
tion, savs that the man is 58
years old and was to have mar
ried his seventh wife last week.
To Save He- Child
From friglitful disfigurement
Mrs. Nannie Galleger, of La
Grange Ga., applied Buckleu's
Arnica Salve to great sores on
itur head and fast', and writes its
qitfek cure exceeded all lier hopes.
It works wonders In Sores, Bruis
es, Skin Eruptions, Cuts, Burns,
Scalds and Piles. 2oc. Cure guar
anteed by Hood Bros.,druggists.
The more we can be raised
above the petty vexations and
pleasures of this world into the
eternal lite to come, the more
shall we be prepared to enter
iato tluit eternal life whenever
God shall please to call us hence.
James White Bryants ville, Inf.,
says I >? Witt's Witch Haael Salve
healed running sores on both
legs. He had suffered 6 years.
Doctors failed to help him. Get
DeWitt's. Accept no imitations.
Hoad Bros., Hare & Son, J. It.
Life's sublime purpose is at
tained only in loyal, loving ser
vice; for how beautiful and true
that conception of life, as one has
expressed it, " Life is neither a
pleasure nor a pain, but a serious
business which it is our duty to
carry through, and terminate
with honor." * * * Commu
nion and service are the two
wings in the believer's career with
which he will Hy up and on to
God, bringing his sheaves with
him.?E. S. Holloway.
Stops me Couyft and Works off the Cold
laxative Bromo-Qmnine Tab
lets cure a told in one day. No
Cure, no Pay. Prion 25 cents
Thk Hrrai.d and the National
Magazine, of Boston, both one
year for ?1 .50 fn advance. The
National is one at the best 10
cent magazines published. Reg
ular price is f 1.00 per year.
a Police Dour.
The police of Mount Vernon en
joy the common possession of a
dog, known as "Nig," whose
genius seems to fit him us pecu
liarly for a police canine as does
that of many other dogs for the
occupation of "tire dog." Nig
has reported regularly every
morning at roll call with the
patrolmen for many years, lie
seems always to scent a prospect
ive haul and is generally on hand
when it takes place.
The police say that Nig has
rendered ihaterial assistance to
them in the capture of many
gangs of tramps or chicken
thieves, lie 1 ambles around the
neighborhood of the police sta
tion and whenever there is any
trouble brewing, he appears ex
citedly before the Sergeant's desk,
wagging his tail and evincing
perturbed sympathy with thei
Nig got angry or disconsolate
one day when the police station
was remodeled and his bed was
demolished. He disappeared and
was gone for some weeks. The
police feared that he had gone
away to die. But he returned at
last, having shown his resent
ment, and lived at peace with his
fellow-policemen. The fame of
Nig has gone abroad, and it is
said that thieves have an exceed
ing averson for him.?New York
Their Secret is Out.
All Sadieville, Ky., was curious
to learn the cause of the vast im
provement in the health of Mrs
s. P. VVhitaker, who had for a
long time, endured untold suffer
ing from a chronic bronchial
trouble, "it's all due to Dr.
King's New Discovery," writes
her husband. It completely cured
her and also cured our little
grand-daughter of a severe at
tack of Whooping Cough. It
positively cures Coughs, Colds,
LaGrippe, Bronchitis, all Throat
and Lung troubles. Guaranteed
bottles 50c. and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at Hood Bros, drug
News and Observer: Twenty
people have been killed in Wilson
county within the past thirty-one
months, and the good people of
that county are alarmed about
the rapid growth of crime that
has come about in their county.
When the murderer Jefferson,
who killed Calvin James, in cold
blood,-was acquitted it was the j
worst day's work for law .and
justice in the history of Wilson
county. Such acquittals breed
P. T. Thomas, Sumttfrville, Ala.,
,,I was suffering from dyspepsia
when I commenced taking Kodol
Dyspepsia Care. I took several
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Is the only
preparation containing all the
natural digestive fluids. It gives
weak stomachs entire rest, re
storing their natural otmdition.
Hood Hros., JL It. l.edbetter, Hare
The Mayor of Hoopestown, 111.,
serves for an annual salary of 50
cents, and members erf the City
Council get half as much. There
has never been a saloon in the
place, though its present popula
tion is 4,000.
If the action of your bowels is
not easy and regular serious com
plications must be tie- final re
sult. DeWitt's Little Early Ri
sers will remove this danger.
Safe, pleasant, and effective. J. It.
Led better, Hare St Son, Hood
\ Toledo Judge has issued an
injunction to restrain a flock of
some forty ducks owned by Louis j
Gould from quacking at night,
so they will not disturb the slum
bers of Harry C. Teal,ft neighbor.
If the ducks shall disregard the
injunction they will be punished
for contempt of Court.
In cases of cough or (group give
the little one ()ne Minute Cough
Cure. Then rest easy and have
no fear. The child will be all
right in a little while. It never
fails. Pleasant to take, always
safe sure and almost instantane
ous in effect. J. R. I-cdbetter,
Hood Rros., Hare & Son.
Christianity is, above all reli
gions ever known, a religion of
sacrifice. It is a religion founded
on the greatest of all sacrifices,
the sacrifice of the Incarnation,
culminating in the sacrifice on
Mrs. i. H. Aliport, Johnstown,
Pa., says: "Our littlegirl almost
strangled to doath with croup.
The doctors said shaOpsldn'tlive
but she was instantly relieved by
One Minute Cough Case. Hare A
Son. Hood Bros., J.B. Ledbetter.
Cutrnrh has become such a cqnunon
disease that a person entirely free from
this disgusting complaint is seldom met
with. It is customary to speak of Catarrh
as uotliiiig more serious than a bad cold,
a simple inflammation of the nose and
threat. It is, in fact, a complicated and
very dangerous disease; if not at first, il
Very soon becomes so.
The blood is quickly contaminated b*
the foul secretions, and the poison througl
the general circulation is carried to al
parts of the system.
Salves, washes and sprays are unsatis
factory and disappointing, because they dc
not reach the seat of the trouble. S. S. S.
does. It cleaases the blood of the poison
and eliminates from the ay stem all catar
rhal secretion.., and thus cures thoroughly
and permaneutly the worst cases.
Mr. T. A. Williams, a leading dry -good* met
chant of Spartanburg, S. C., writ'es " For yeari
1 Ittid ft freveiC CHS? Of
nasal Catitrh, with all
??e uisagre-abU effects
which belong to that
disease, and which
firake life painful and
unemlnralU*-. 1 uned
m<&li<-wif? prescribed by
leading ptftsiciuiiM and
sugee? ted by numbers
of mends, but without
getting atiy better. I
Mieti"bcs^iii to Viae S. 8.
S. ft Fad the desired
efTet?t, and cu ed rue J
attjr tak::ip eighteen ^.sausar f rrftazzn
lK?t"U**s. I it my opinion S. S. S. is the only medi j
<yne n<-w in use wUk will erect a f>erin; ueutCUff
S/fETfc is the only purely veg
?K^ etable blood purifiei j
"K knowti-^ and the great- [
" est ?* blood me|ii
KZSSr cines and tonics.
If you have Catarrh don't wait until il
becomes deep-seated and chronic, but be
gin at once the u^-e of S. S. S., and send
tor our hook 011 Blood and Skin Diseases j
and write our physicians about your case
THE tWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. CA.
Efforts, to be permanently use
ful, must be uniformly joyous, a J
spirit of all sunshine, grateful J
from very gladness, beautiful be- j
IMPROVED FARM Toll SALE, j
I offer for sale my highly im
proved farm containing 230 acres
with 110 acres cleared, 25 aces
in a good fish pond. Two miles j
east of Smithfield on the Golds- [
boro road. The land will grow J
any crop that can be grown in
this part of thecountry. Remem
ber it is highly improved. Will
sell part cash and part on time
if so desired. Come and see it.
B. B. YELVINGTON,
Smithfield, N. C.
Saved His Lite.
Hon. J. A. Oates, Mayor of Dunn, N.
C., says: ' I am sure Dr. Worthington's
Remedy saved my life It was prescribed
for me in a very severe case of cramp
colic by Armstrong, of the Confederate |
army in 1-63. and it gave me instantane
ous relief. Since that da' I have used it!
continually, and think it the greatest
remeoy on earth and it should be kept in
every home." Price 25 cts at Hood Rros.
I ha ve used I >r. F. E. White's
Worm and Condition Powders as
a blood purifier for horses. It
improves the appetite, fattens!
the horse, expels worms and
gives a glossy coat.
Guaranteed and sold by Allen
Lee, Druggist, Smithfield, N. C.
Oesmaa cpcaint .-rd whisky
I luf IVR HtvbHs Cured at your homo
4 or at SKaltOflnm Best of
reference#. .Book on Home T e atment sent
FREE. Address B. iW. WOOI.BY, M. 1)..
Box 33. Atlanta, Qa.
Our clubbing offer of The Her
ald and the Atlanta semi-weekly
Journal for $1.50 is withdrawn.
No more subscriptions will be
taken at this price.
Go to H. W. Mitchell's for bar
trains in fancy millinery poods.
Hats Trimmed (o order
Miss Annie Glisson,
a special saleslady. Call and see
us before baying elsewhere.
Miss Claudia Milehell
CLAYTON, N. C.
You NEED IT.
It is (Jood to "nave
on hand. X
A Bottle of T * * a
Nerve and Bone
Made strictly by an o.'d and reliable formula.
Has been used tor thirty-five years.
For Man and Beast.
You Get a Large Bottle for 50 eta.
MADR AND FOR BALK BT
J B MOZINGO,
Smlthfleld, N. C.
For nlnh/Hood nro,.,Pmithflcli1: llarwoo4
Price, Beul ah township; Hare Sc Son, 801 ma,
N.C.; W. R. Smith, Micro. N. C.;G. F. Wood
ard, Princeton; Aler, Kdgerton, Pinkney;
Pope Ilroa., near Renly; J. U. Bains. Bajflcy.
A BRAN NEW HOUSE
And % acre lot on Oakland
Heights for sale. At the court
house door at 12 M., the first
Monday in September we will
sell to the highest bidder, on
easy terms a four room house,
yard all nicely fenced, with new
stalls, chicken house and yard,
with every convenience ready to
live in. This house and lot be
long to S. S. Holt, Walter Band
and W. J. Stephenson and we
want to sell for a division. W.
J. Stephenson can be found most
of the time at the new hotel and
will be glad to show the proper
ty. If you ever intend to own a
house in Smithfieldnow is the ac
cepted time, for we mean sell.
W. J. Stephenson.
GOOD FARM FOR SALE.
I have for sale a tract of land
(540 acres, on MiddleCroek, about
six miles west of Smithfleld. Seven
horse farm cleared. No better
land to be had for cotton, to
bacco and corn. Five buildings
two of which are five-room
houses. Fine place to raise stock.
Gin house, steam engine and to
bacco houses on this farm. 1
have for sale also one pair good
mules, one Auburn two-horse
wagon and harness. Will also
sell one pair horses.
G. W. F. BARBOUR,
Smithfleld, N. C.
This siffrxrture is on entry box of the genuine
Laxative Bronio=Quinine Tablet*
the remedy that puwr n cold In one day
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
t have for sale a valuable farm
of 542 acres three miles south
west of Smithfleld. Well timbered
with four-horse crop cleared.
Suitable to raise cotton, tobacco
or any other crops grown in this
section of country. Houses and
everything in good condition. It
is an extra fine place for stock
raising. Could be made in three
tracts if buyer so desires. Will
sell part cash and balance on
good time. Call to see me or
write to me.
Smithfleld, N. C.
and Colds. Give White's Fever
Medicine every half hour and
apply White's Black Liniment.
f olic and Kidney troubles, give
White's Colic and Kidney Cure.
Staggers: Give White's Purge
tive and White's Fever Medicine
Worms: Give White's Purge
Hve and White's Worm and Con
Allen Lee, Druggist.
We have them
in all styles and
shapes to fit every
figure, and every
^corset is sold
under this mos!
"Money refunded after four
weeks' trial if corset is not
Look for this
Trade Mark on -
inside of corset *
and on box. 4
KALAMAZOO CORSET CO.
Sole Maker*. Ka la ma zoo, Mich
FOR SALE BY
\AJ. G. Yelvington,
SMITH FIELD. N. C.
Do not he iiiciiv#! 1 y [1 '>?? who R<1
vortlxe a f>(i. ",.i > . y Machine for
$20.00. l'iil- kitrl m: ainsi hinecito
l>o ft i: < <riy of our
dvu. m ft ?>. .;; jo i-lS.OC.
as v < a v.\t? in.
the kf.'.v Hr.rr? ;s t::z ekst.
Ttie I'lfil ?:ci fourth or
Wflnknris of - -.i-'K Machines. The
miultlc Fo"t i nxliiiuii with other
HtrortR ]x>int? 1:1.1k ?- Xcw Homo
the host Hew ug Mm hiue to buy.
wo mnnufarturoaml pricr* before puruhiulnf
THE HEW HOME S2WIHC MACHiHE CO.
BB Union Rq. N. Y., rhltMqfo, III., Atlanta, (Ja,
IK. Louis, Mo., I>a'laft,T<?x.,8an Kmnclsoo,Q*|
rc? RALI BY
J. /VI. BEAT V,
8MITHFIELD, B. C.
Schedule of the
RALEIGH i CAPE FEAR RAILROAD.
IN EFFECT JUNE 2. 1001.
SOUTH BOUND THAINH.
No. t 1 No. 3 No. 1
STATIONS. _ . LoodayJ Monday.
" oines Tuesday Tuesday,
I day and Th'sday Th'sday
Friday. and and
A. M. P. M. A. M.
Lv. Ka!el*h 7 00 4 00 7 00
Carulcigh June 7 U6 4 (16 7 U5
Caraleigh Mills 7 15 4 10 7 10
Sylvan la 7 30 4 15 7 15 I
Harms 7 37 4 33 7 33
Hobby's. 7 37 4 7 38
MoCullera I 8 on 4 40 7 47
Banks I 8 03 4 45 7 54)
Austin 8 00 4 48 7 53
Willow Springs 8 25 5 00 8 05
Sextons 8 441 5 10 8 30
Ar. Sippahaw 8 50 5 15 8 35
NOltTH BOUND THAI INS.
No. 2 No. 4 I No. 6
STATIONS. Monday. Monday,! ,
Iuesday ruesday, W ednes
Th'sday Th'sday ! day and
and and Friday.
A M. P M P. M.
Lv. Sippahaw 8 40 5 30 j .3 30
Sextons I 8 45 5 85 | 3 85
Willow Spring 8 55 5 45 i 8 50
Austin 9 05 5 50 j 4 00
Banks 9 10 5 53 ! 4 05
MoCullera 9 25 6 OA 4 80
Hobby's 9 30 6 25 435
Harries 9 35 6 30 4 40
Sylvaola 9 45 6 40 4 50
Caraleigh Mills 9 55 6 55 5 00
Caraleigh June 10 05 7 H) 5 10
Ar. Raleigh ! 10 10 7 15 5 15
All 8ehedule trains carry passengers. Ap
JOHN A. MILLS,
Pres. and Gen. Man.
NORTH AKOLINA, f In the
Johnston County.! Superior Court.
Claudie Surles J
vs. v Notice to II. Surles.
B. Surles. \
B. Surles, the defendant in this action, will
take notice, that an action entitled as above,
has been commenced in the Superior Court of
Johnston County to dissolve the bonds of
matrimony existing between the plaintiff and
defendant, and the said defendant will further
take notice that he is required to appear at
the next term of the Superior Court of John
ston County to be held at the Court House in
Smithfield, on the first (1st) Monday in Sep
tember, 1901. and answer or demur to the com
plaint filed in said action or the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief therein de
This July 15, 1901.
W. 8. STEVENS.
Clerk Superior Court.
ED. 8. IBKLL,
Attorney for Plaintfff.
The undersigned bavin* qualified as admin
istrator on the estate of A. K. Duncan, de
ceased, all persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to present the same
to me duly verified on or before the 2bth day
of July, 1902, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery and all persons indebted ]
to said estate will make immediate payment. !
This 19th day of July, 1901.
P. T. DUNCAN,
The undersigned having duly qualified as |
Rxeeutor on the estate of Nancy P.. Wilson. !
deceased, hereby notifies all persons having 1
claims against the same to present the same
to me for payment on or before the 1st day of
August, lmg. or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery, and all persons indebted J
- to the estate will please make immediate pay
This July 271h. 1901.
JOHN T>. nrPRWE. 1
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
Notice is hereby given that the Secretary of
State has issued a certificate of incorporation
to J. E. Johnson. C. T.Johnson, O. W, Cave- ,
namrh, Preston Weodall, and others as fol
1st. Name?The Benson Tobacco Ware
2nd. Principal place el business- Benson.
3rd. The object is to build and operate To
hacco Warehouse. Frize Houses, etc.. and buy
and sell tobacco
4th. The capital stock is 92.000, divided into
5th The stockholders shall not be Individ
6th. Duration, thirty years.
W. s. Stkveks,
Clerk Superior Court.
The undersigned having qualified as Execu
tor on the estate of Adam Richardson, de
ceased, all persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to present the same
t > me duly verified on or before the ICth day
of August, 1W?, or tbi? notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery and all persens in
debted to said estate will make immediate
This 9th day of August, 1901.
J AS. A. WELLONS,
The undersigned having uualith <1 as Execu
tor on the estate of John Johnson, deceased,
all persons having claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present the same to me
duly verified on or before the Hltb day of An
gust., 1W2, or this notice w ill be p ended in t?ar
of their recovery and all persons indebted to
said estate will make Immediate payment.
fhis 13th day of August. 1901.
J NO. B. JOHNSON,
f '? |WM| Ijb || ?>?' ?
l t ^ *? aaa r\nr*AC?T
^j,uw ucruji I
R. R. FARE PAID
LLAbfiK-i&Lee WriM Quick f
OA.-ALA. BUSINESS COLL EC C, Maoon.Oa.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
The partnership heretofore ex
isting between U. W. Allen and
J. V. Narron, under the firm name
i of Allen & Narron, is dissolved
by mutual consent. All obliga
tions of the firm will be assumed
, by J. V. Narron, and all accounts
i due firm must be paid to him.
This July 1st, 1901.
C. W. Allen,
J. V. Nakron.
A nine line of visiting cards al
Tub IIkrai.d office.
_i_ ? ?? ?
STANDARD RAILWAY OF
The direct line to all points.
Strictly FIRST-CLASS Equipment on
all Through and Local Trains; Pull
man Palace Sleeping Cars on all
Night Trains; Fast and Safe.Sched
Travel by the Southern'and you art
assured a Safe, Comfortable aaC
Apply to ticket agents for Time Tables, Hates
and General Information, or address,
R.L.VERNON, f. R. BARD V,
T. P. A. C. P. A T. A.
Charlotte, N. C. Ashe\ t e, N. ' .
NO TROUBLE TO AN6WFR QUE* TIONE
5. tt. HARDWIGK,
G. P. A.
WASHINGTON, I). C.
WILMINGTON & WELDON RAILROAD
AND FLORENCE KA1EROD.
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
8k aj:. i, ?
Dated Auirust " - ! r-~ -?=
'.I*1- *?? *?? -?>.? &? ?
Z -c X 1
A M P M P M A k| 1 M
Lv Weldon 11 50 K 5f ?
Ar Rocky Mt.- 1 to 9 52 .... |
Lv Tarboro 12-1 7 22 -
Lv Rocky Mt.... 1 05 1002 7 52 5 15 12 52
Lv Wilson 159 10 41 8 31 6 60 -'40
Lv Solum 2 55 1125 - -
Lv Fayetteville 4 :#> 12 4*'
Ar Florence 7 35 2 5?j
P M A M
Ar Goldsboro... 9 20
Lv Gokisboro 0 45 3;-*'
Lv Magnolia 7 51 * 40
Ar Wilmington 9 25 t 15
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
Dated July S 8 & ^
22, 1899. -? =' c* >. = d= e- a~
- ? -, ~ .s ? -a: 2. ?
V,~z 'J- Z-c| Z-dI Zt
~A M P M
Lv Florence .... 9 50: 7 4
Lv Fayetteville 12 2 t 9 44
Lv Senna 1 ?>" 19 55
Ar Wilson. 2 36. 1154
| P >1 A V
Lv Wilmington j 7 00 9 30
Lv Magnolia .... ' ^30 11 ?">
Lv Goldsboro.. 3'? ! 9 37; 12 23
P >! A M P M| P >
Lv Wilson 2 35' 8 20, 11 34 1045j 1 S
Ar Rocky Mt J DO 9 00 1210 U Si; Li
Ar Tarboro 1 9 141
Lv Tarboro 2 31 j
Lv Rocky Mt.... 3 30' 12 0
Ar Weldon 4 32 102
P M .\_M
Wilmington and Weldon Railroad. Yadlnii
Division Main Lino?Train lea\ es W ilraiugion
9 (JO a m, urrives Fayetteville 1205 pin. Iwfrvet
Fayette\ ille 12 25 p m, arritesSauford 1 4 i.*< a.
Returning leave Sanford 3 05 p m. arrive Fay
etteviile 4 :.(< p m, leave Fayetteville 4 80 j m.
arrives Wilmington 7 1"> p m.
\\ llmington and Weldon Railroad, Bennett*
ville Branch- Train leaves Bennettsviile it iO
a in. Maxton 9 06 a m. Red Springs 9 32 a in.
Park ton 10 41 a m. Hone Mills 10 55 a in. arrive*
Fayetteville 1110. Returning leaves Fay
ette\ ille 4 45 p in, Hope Mills 5 00 p in, hod
Springs 6 43 p m. Maxtor. 6 ltf i? m, arrhefe Leo
netts\ ille 7 15 p m.
Connections at Fayetteville with train .Nu
7H, at Maxton with the Carolina Central Kai
road, at Red Springs with the Red Springs and
ilowiuore lailroau, at Sanford with nln >ea
board Air Line and Southern Railway, at Gulf
with the Durban, and Charlotte Railroad.
"rain ??? the Scotland .Neck Branch Road
lea es Weldon 3 15 i? in. Halifax 8 29 p m. ar
rives Scotland Neck at 4 10 p ra. Greeny lit*
5 47 p m, Kinston 0 45 p m. Hetuniing leave*
Kinston 7 3t> a m, Gret nville # 80 a m, arrh is*
Halifax at 11 05 a in, Weldon 11 20 a tp. dalij
Trains on Washington Branch leavvs Wase
ington S 00 a in and 2 45 p m, arrives Pairtiei*
s 65 a in ami 4 10 p m. Returning lee\ Par
mele 11 10 a in and '? 22 p in, arrive V a*hmg
ton 12 30 a m and 6 15 p ni daily except Sunday.
Train leaves Tart >oro daily except SUM day at
4 35 p ni, Sunday 4 15 p m. arrives Plymouth
t> 36 p m, W 10 i) m. Returning leaves Plymouth
daily except Sunday, 7 30 a m and Sundt? 9 00
a m, arrives Tarboro 9 50 a m, 11 00 a m.
Train on Midland. N. 4'., Branch leave*
Goldsboro daily except Sunday 600 a ru. arrive
Smithfield e 10a m. Returning leave Sunt.*
lleld 7 00 a m, arrive Goldsboro * 25 a iu.
Trains en Nashville Branch leave Rocky
Mount at 9;*) a m, 3 40 p m, arrive Nash vill*
10 20 a in. 4 OB p in. Spring Hope 11 00 a'in, ? 21
p m. Ret urning leave Spring Hope li 2d a m
4 56 p in, Nashville 11 45 a m. 5 26 p m, arrive at
Rocky Mount 12 10 a m. S p m, daily ex. Sunuaj.
Train pn Clinton Branch leaves Warsaw for
Clinton daily except Sunday 11 40 ? m anil 4 21
P in. Returning leaves Clinton at 6 9 u m and
2 50 p m.
Train No. W makes close connection at Wee
don for all points North daily. All ran via
H. M. EMMER80X.
Gen'l Paseengei Agt.
J R KKNLY, Gen'l Manager
T. >1. BMMERSON Traffic Man'r.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food aod aids
Naconi la strengthening aud Wxiu*
strucllng tha exhausted digestive or
gans. It lathe latest discovered digest
! ant aod taalc. Ko other preparation
can approach It In efficiency. It tn
?taotly relieves and permanent^ cures
O/spepsla, lodlgaatlon, Heartburn,
Flatulsuaa, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
Blek Bsnrtanhe, Oastralgla,Cramps and
i all other malts of tic perfect digest .00.
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