JOS. E. ROBINSON,
EDITOR. AND PROPRIETOR.
V r A HQC8 seek to be a reliable papei
or the people and the family Democratic and
earl mr to discuss no Issue wherein the people'!
flints are at (take. Progressive, abreast of the
re, w ihall always endeavor to keep our edi
torial and local columns up to the day and
hour. Our circulation is rapidly increasing,
nd we hope to soon have the largest circula
tion any rarer In FaMern r-"ctiti Orolini .
gnitri i nt tfu rmto.fflct at OoUsboro, A.
Steon C'ftwf Matter.
OOLDSBORO, N, C; SEPT. 15. 18" 2.
G ROVER CLEVELAND,
of New York.
A. E. STEVENSON,
STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
ELI AS CARR,
FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR :
;R. A. DOTJGHTON,
For Secretary of State:
DONALD W. BAIN,
R. M. FURMAN,
For Saperin'dt Public Instruction:
J C. SCARBOROUGH,
For Attorney-General :
FRANK I. OSBORNE,
For Judge of the Twelfth District:
GEORGE A SHUFORD
For electors at large:
CHARLES B. AYCOCK,
ROBERT B, GLENN,
For Congress, Second District,
. F. A. WOODARD,
Yea, verily, the Third party
movement is not as strong today
in the count rv at large as it was
some months ago, and unless all
signs fail it is going into a rapid
decline here in the South.
Such is the best information that
comes from Georgia,' where only a
few months ago the Third Party
ites were remarkably strong and
where today not even their most
sanguine adherents believe they
stand eren a ghost of a show in
either the Presidential or Congress
Take Arkansas, as a fair illus
tration t Here we have a practical
test. A State election was held
there Monday last, and the Third
party ites had what they claimed
was a strong ticket in the field.
What was the result! lne- more
the returns come in the better
they get for the triumphant De
moeracy. At first the plurality
for Fichback. the regular Demo
cratic candidate for Governor, was
estimated at 25,000 j the later ac
counts place it at nearer 50,000.
The Democrats won not only a do
eisire, but . an overwhelming vie
Weaver and Field made the
most strenuous efforts to divide
the Democracy of the State by go
ing there and personally speaking
in the interest' of Third partyism.
Both were Apparently sanguine of
success, and xlajmed that they had
the popular ear and the popular
sympathy, ' arid ' that they . were
bound to win. - And yet they were
completely overwhelmed, and ap
parently made ho impression on
the people. V;
The causes of this signal pern
ocratie victory id Arkansas are not
difficult to dieebver. The white
men of the' State were evidently
alive to the fact that a fusion with
the Third partyites meant nothing
more nor less than the Republican
access and a restoration of the ter
ribledftvs of carpetbaeism. a re
turn ol the scalawag and of negro
ofSceholding. They have evi
dently not yet forgotten their ex
perienco in the days of reconstruc
tion, when Federal troops were
tent to the State and took posses
sion of her Legislature, ousting by
force lsgallv1 elected representatives
of the people and installing . in
their places Republican minion". V
: They, therefore, had; a horror of
revival of that era of military
and negro supremacy, and so they
stuck by the old Democratic party,
through whoBe efforts they were
released from the bondage in which
they were held, and again assured
the blessings of personal freedom
and home rule. They have pros
pered and been happy under whito
control, and knowing that under
the laws of force to which they
would be again subjected should
the Republicans succeed in getting
poesef siou of the country, they de
termined to take no risks of snch a
tatastrophe by affiliating with the
Third party or any other annex to
This Arkansas election left uo
longer doubt about the solidity of
the South. Tell us then that North
Carolina is liable to go for- Weaver
and his Republican allies ! Never;
the white men of North Carolina
will never vote the conglomerated
Mr. Marion Sutler rrfay bring
hia Weavers and. his Fields and all
the other great generals to North
Caroliua, but their efforts to be
tray the white pewple of North
Carolina into the hands of Repub
licanism, with all the horrors of
Reconstruction and the Force bill
can never succeed.
God forbid! 5
TRAIN! D' WOMEN NURSES.
Time was when professional
nurses among women were' dis
countenanced ; but now, such ad
vance has this profession made
and so high has it been elevated-
that it is recognized, aDd jat-tlj,
too, as one of the noblest profes
sions, abreast of the pulpit, the
medical profession and the law,
and in its ranks may be found
members of the be6t,' wealthiest
and most aristocratic families in
Such progress has this profes
sion made in popular favor that it
has even invaded the etaid New
England States and 8 recognized
with favor in prim Boston, herself.
We eee from our New,. England
exchanges that the first training
school for. nurecs in New England
was opened on Monday, Sept. 5, at
Carney Hospital, South Boston. It
begins with seven ftndents, care
fully chosen, and altogether
promising, as the pioneers in any
notable movement should be But
from this modest beginning, a
great and beneficent institution
will surely develop. -4. -
In his impressive address at the
opening of the ecliool, Dr. My Its
Standish dwelt on the noble career
of Carney Hospital acd the special
advantages the students within its
walls will enjoy. It is famed in
medical circles for its progressive
spirit, so many ot the important
discoveries and improved methods
in medical ecienee- within the past
25 years having had "their first
welcome and application within
its walls. Names, greatand hon
ored in medicine have been asso
ciated with Carney Hospital from
the beginning. Dr. Standish men
tioned with especial affection and
reverence the name of Dr. Henry
I. Bowditch. -
Here, too, can the students gain
a wide experience, for the patients
are of all ages, ranks, and con
ditione. , .
Dr. Standish reminded his young
hearers that though -the career
they were preparing for is both
honorable and lucrative, yet, to
attain the best .success in it, they
must have higher standards than
worldly honors or financial gain.
As we said in the- beginning.
time was, and not so long ago,
when the occupation of professional
nurses was deservedly low in popu
lar esteem. Dickens - was not
making caricatures when be gave
us Betsey Prig and Sairey Gamp
The o d-time nurses were too
often, as , :Dr..; Standishj, puts ,, it,
slovenly, carelef s. intemperate and
hard-hearted. 'V -Mil''
Medical science -adyancrs and
makes larger and larger"-demands
npen the skill and knowledge' of
the nnrso. Nursing; is. raised al
most to the dignity of a profession;
with its field in homes .aa well as in
hospitals, and its recruits are very
largely women who go into the
work in the spirit ot a broad and
noble, philanthropy for sweet
charity's sake, '". " f 0 v
It was for these - especially that
Dr. Standish drew this portrait of
the ideal nurse . - , "f
Something in addition to the
kindness of heart, and. good inten
tiortfl, purity cf-lit'e, temperance
and the love ofuod is required 01
the ideal nurse.' It is - necessary
that she Bhould be able to take a
temperature to the tenth "of a de
gree, that she should know what
that temperatu re may mean; en
ough to act intelligently upon ob
taining the Knowledge unexpect
edly; that she should appreciate
the fact that to wash up a sponge
antiseptically, and then drop it oh
the floor or place it in some con-;
vement receptacle near by is a
mortal Bin (medical iy speaking), and
mpy cost a fellow creature his h e
She should know when the
surgeon's protective bandage is
germ proof and when it has be
come vulnerabh; what acts on the
part of the patient would
invalidate the physician's sci
ence : and thnt many a death has
c me fiora sme tiivial detd. All
these thing and many more she
must know, in order to become
not only the physician's right
hand, but also his left in his ab
sence. In fact, she must be hi
scientific lieutenant, always in
command during his absence, with
a knowledge of what to do in an
emergency, but in the absence of
an emergency, hia willing, faithful
executive officer, who docs as Bhe
is bid, and does not lightly assume
authority not delegated to her."
Young women have already
graduated from various training
schools in New Yo'k and else
where, aud are distinguishing
themselves in this eminently suit
able and beneficent among the
careers open to women. , But we
r juice at the formal incentive to
greater numbers and success in the
field of so nb'c and ennobling a
Will Maine Falter?
All eyes are turned to Maine to
day, where Governor, State officer,
Legislature and Congressman will
be elected, and the Legislature
chosen will elect the FUccc6sor to
With the single exception ot
1880, when the Greenback craz
was in itezonith and a fusion with
the Democrats on State officials
unsettled parties, Maine has given
the Republicans inspiration by
September mi inties in national
contests. The following was the
vote tor Governor in 1881 and in
Rep. maj 19,851 Rep, mnj 18,056
The battle in Maine has been
one of upusual earnestness on both
sides. Ir is accepted by the Rv-
pnblicau leaders that if Maine shall
send out her old party mai rity
to-day, it would retrieve the Ver
mont failure and inspire the party
with c nfidence throughout the
whole country; and it is admitted
that if Maine 6haU repeat the s'nmp
o Vermont by a greatly reduced
majority to day, it unlet te an up
hill battle tor Harrison from this
time until Noveu bjr.
It i6 not doubted that the whole
Republican State and Congres
sional tickets will be elected iu
Maine tc Jay; but Maine, like
Vermont, ha a national duty to
perform in Sti tcmber. Her lres
idcntial battle i fought cut at the
State election, while the Novem
ber contest goes practically by do-
fault, and a large Kepubhcm in a
jority must be given to-day or it
must be notice to the whole coun
try that New England is in revolt
against the policy of the party it
once delighted t give the ui am-
mous votes of its States, and by im
I lie taut that 6inco Vermont
scut a cold chill all along the Re
publican lines, the Maine leaders
nave given out in advance an
official apology for a reduced party
majority, is the strongest indication
ot a possible failure to maintain
the oil timo Republican majority
to-day. The party that explains
failure in advance of failure, either
Confesses practical defeat or hope6
to Bivell the chorus of victory by
rolling up a majoritj in excess of
party claimr; but chairman Man
ley s advance explanation ot a
probable loss of from 8.000 to 10,-
000 of the regular minority, bear
every ear-mark of sad sincerity. It
is quite probable, therefore, that
there will bo another slump in
Maine to-day to keep step with the
Vermont disaster Philadelphia
Wintton Sentinel: L. W. Sco
yillc assumed management of the
Hotel Zinzendort at noon to-day.
Mr, Scoville was formerly of
Lynchburg, Va , his native place,
he had been connected with the
Kimball House (old and new) ot
Athnti, Duyal and Everett at
Jacksonville and "other Florida
A strapping young fellow ap
peared before the committee of in
spection, says the Paris Figaro.
You claim exemption from mil
itary service!' inquired the presid
On what grounds?
1 am en meet to a most serious
affliction. , .-
Step into the next room.
Step into the next room!
Why, it isn't
Step into ti e next room!
Our man o ttered the adjoiri g
apartment, where he wan to un
dresB from head to foot, after which
be presented himself again before
the committee, this timo sans coat,
sans vest, sans everything, .v.
Officer Will you tell ua what U
Recruit I am short-eighted!
THE DOUBLE STORE
Best & Thompson
win 1 -
FLOUR, BAGGING AND TIES,
(Bought iu Car lots)
Sugar at Refiner'ii Prices. A. Full
Line of GROCERIES at .W holer,
sale and Retail. Buying goods
in large quantities, we are
fully prepared to meet the
closest competition in
We are carrying a f3rst-cl;is fitotk
of Staple Dry Good, Not ions
Shoes, Hate, Clothing. tc.
We have a larger. stock and better
assortment of Men s, Ladir and "J
Children's Shoos than ht rt
tofore, and our
For Men and Boys cannot l excelled
as t otylp, quality and price.
Everything at BOTTOM iTUCES,
We lo buy cottn. tloniitnm'nta
of cotton solicited. Highest market
uunrantrd and returns . rendi-rrt
Go'diboro, N. C.
Dress Goods !
1. 1 am k co:s
E HAVE JU T RE-
ceired a nice new line of
Goods lor early Fall Trade,
and all who need new
Goods for School, or dress
can find the best st-lfc-
tions and tin- newe-t
styles in our store on West
recommend our fine twilled
serges at 60 cts. wh'ch we
bare in medium and dark
E ALSO HAVE-
some pritty, elegant styles
in diagonal and stn'Cd
suitings, H-nriettas and
silks : also evt ning shades.
THE FEATHER BONE
Is tle best, and fully warranted on
thirty days' trial : it not satisfactory
the money will b refunded. ,
I E. GASTEX 4 CO.
I gave up the agency of the Winning
ton Steam Laundry for the purpose of en
couragins the Chinamm recently located
here; but desire to state that if there is any
in? Goldsboro that desire to send their
work out of the city, then I shall in the
future represent the Oak City Steam
Laundry of Rrleigh, and will guarantee
satisfaction. . . -
If you want to fiive your work to the
Chinaman I will receive same and turn it
over to- him and send you receipt for same,
A. & N. O, R. B. CO., .
Treasurer's Offf e,
Newbkrk, N. C Sept. 8, 1893,
DIVIDEND OF 2 PER CENT.
on the capital stock ol the Atlantic and
North Carolina Railroad Company will
be paid at the Treasurer's office, on and
alter the first day ot October, 1893.- to
stockholders of record on the 22ad of
August, 189S. F.C. ROBERTS, ,.
:,-: t Treat urcr.
COLLIE PUP3 . - '
Now reidy. Can be seen Monday morn.
ing in front of Mayor's - office or at home.
$2.00, $2.00, $2.00, 12.00, . f 2.00, $2.00
will buy tho best hat in the world. :
EINSTEIN CLOTHING CO.
y , y d-
I ALWAYS SELL !
Some may ask the question: "Why do
you ?" Because my prices are cheap for
good goods ! Calicos 3 to Qc; yard wide
dress good, 10c per pard; Ginghams, 6 to
10c per y rd; Cb allies and Lawns, 2c.
per yd: all Summer goods very low; dress
goods worth 10 cents, at 61; Bedford
Cords, 61c; Socks, 5c; Stockings, 5c; Bed
Ticking, 9 to 18c per yd; yard wide Home
span, 5 c per yd.
Children's, 20c to $1.50, Men's Congress
andBals 85 cents to f 4.00; Ladies' But
ton and Lace, 75 c to $2.25. HATS all
kinds, just received, at any price Call
and see them to-day.
200 styles of Glass Ware; butter dish
sugar dish, spoon holder and cream
pitcher, only 25c; Water set, 6 tumbelrs,
pitcher and waiter, only 69 c; castor, com
p'ete only $1.
1 Cakes and candy 10s per pound, rice
53 per pound, sugar 5c. starcu 5c, 2n-ounce
bar soap 5c, good coffee 16 c. All kinds
lamp gods cheap.
Give me a call.
: F. B. Edmundson.
A BIG JOB LOT OF TOBACCO LO'JV
ER TE.N EVER BEFORE.
Just Look Here
Job 9 inch twist, 5's, worth 20 cents.
only 13 cents. Jib 9 inch, 4 twist.
worth 20 cents only 15 cmts. Mail
Pouch, worth 25 cents, only 15 cents,
Bright Plain Twist worth 25 cents
only 20 cents.
We have an extraordinary large lot of
j 00 ijot looacco tnat we are selling at
pr ces that were never heard of before in
this city. We "can offer you pl in and
1 nicy tobacco from 13 to 60 cents per
Common Cigars one cen, good ones
two cents, fl'ies ones at cents, Loril ird.
Gail & Ax and Railroad Mills Snuff as
low as any one. Miller's Snuff 9)0 cents
per pound. The above are slaugher
prices, but 1 am deterintm d to lead.
I also deal ii Dry G- ods, ClothiuK
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Notions G-ocerics
Crockery, Glassware, Patent Mt dicinee
I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
NOTHING BUT THE 8POT
CASH WILL MOVE THESE GOODS
ED. L. EDMUNDSON
Opposite Hill's drug store Walnut St
GoIrtlKro. N. C.
May Have Taught
That many things are not what they seem
EXPERIENCE WILL TEACH
That the goods named in this list are of
thr highest quality obtainable.
Obelisk Flour !
Ferris' Detcioius Hams and Bacon
Seal Brand Coffee.
Crusade Blend Coflee
Extra Choice Formosa Oolong Tea.
" 'Extra Choice, Gun Powder Tea
He-No Tea, Or loff Tea (blended).
Royal Gem Nassock Tea
Battle's Durtiar Butter
Royal Baking Powder.
- Tripple Extracts.
' Shandon Bells Toilet Soap.
EYAPORATED x APPLES
Jricd CheTies (pitted).
Dried Peaches, Etc,
' ,. v
Prucs, as low as same rades can
. . o
I do not attempt to compete with
price trashy goods ; but if you
' want quality come to mc -'
I. B. FOUYIELLE.
."or Wt Centre and Chestnut Rta.
dildrefi Cry fa' micher' Cttterb
WE REPEAT !
A trial, will prove the superiority
of our goods, and you have un
doubtedly found out that we are
Rock Bottom in Prices; always
looking carefully to the wants and
interest of our patrons. We receive
regular'y, weekly shipments of
Flag Marsh Rocky Mount Butter,
nnd have an increasing demand
for our Vermont Creamery, fresh
from the churn. As 'tis applicable
just here, would call your atten
tion to the
A brand of Flour we have control
of for this city, and those wanting
the Best on Earth can be supplied
by us. Flour with us being a
specialty , buying in large quan
tities for cash, we are prepared to
give you benefit in that product.
Our line of Tea, Coffee and Spices
is complete and we -would call
especial attention to and ask a trial
of our Blended Coffee (Java, Mar
acaibo and Mocha). Breakfast
Cocoa and Bakers Chocolate. We
conclude by asking a share of
your patrcnage for anything you
may wish to eat We endeavor to
keep a full supply of
Ham tongue.EnglishBrawn bone
less Pig Feet, Chip Beef, French
and American Sardines. Listen
to our delivery wagon-man's call
and kindly give him an order for
anything you wish, remembering
we guarantee all goods as repre
sented. AT YOUR SERVIL E,
Bizzell Bros. & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Fancy Grocers.
IJAVING RECENTLY CHANGED
my business to that of Groceries extlu-
tively, I invite the public to seek mj
corner store,on John and Market street
when in need ol
I keep a full stock of everriiiinp
When you can't find anything you want
anywncre ciee, ue sure you will bnd it
at my jrncr grocery. Respectfully,
J. T. GINN.
20 Car Loads
One Car Meat,
One Car Arrow Ties,
One Car Seed Ry?.
One Car Flour,
One Car Fine Salt,
One Car Choice Timothy llay
uue uai Kock Lime,
One Car TjHthf,
t ? Cm It ce Alwil,
Oui Car Siifcr:r ( .... grades.)
One Car Bagging,
One Car Heavy Bags,
One Car Coffee,
One Car Bran,
One Car Coarse Salt,
One Car Mixed Hav.
One Car Plaster and Cement
One Car Ag'I Salt,
One Car Fed Oats,
One Car Cow Feed.
Rump Pork, llama, Lard, Starch
Pepper, Rice, Matches, Brooms
Soap, Soda, Tobacco, Snuff, Empty
Grain Sacks, Buckets, etc All above
for sale at rock bottom prices by
B. M. Privett.
Wholesale and Retail Grocer and Cotton
OTHER LOT OF
tOR LADIES. ,
A NUMBER OF
Hood & -Britt
Too Many -
BOYS1 SHIRT WAISTS
That's the' Trouble.
WE BOUGHT LARGELY ASD
So!i largely, hut there still re
mains quite a number which we are go
ing to dispose of
A , : : : : A
TO-DAY AMD TO-MOKKOW
AT LOW PRICES.
H. Weil & Bros..
'"' 80, 82,84nd86, ,
.Yf. CENTRE St. '
Ho ! For Chicago,
Tj- AVING BEEN APPOINTED o
District Agent by the World 8 Fair
Transportation Company, of Geneva, N.
Y., I am now prepared to make contracts
with all persons who intend leaving this
city or fection next year to attend the
great imposition, iron t tail to make a
contract now and by paying in a email
amount each month until the time of the
Exposition you will be certain that when
you are ready to start your expenses are
We will furnish you with a first-class,
round-tiip ticket Six tickets of admission
to the Exposition grounds, Six days' board
at a first class Hotel. If the Hotel you
are assigned to does not prove satisfactory,
then you will be allowed f 3.00 per day,
with the privilege ot , choosing your own
Hotel. We also furnish yon with six
tickets to the best Chicago theatres; fur
In the sum of $1,000, in case of dea'h by
accident. All this to be furnished any
time between now and September, 1893.
I am also ascent for the celebrated Brown
Cotton Gin, the best on the market, Don't
fail to s. e me
GEO. D, MILLER,
Goldsboro, N. C
Notice to Farmers!
WE AllE AGENTS FOll
LEE'S AGRICULTURAL LIME
That stands higher to-day than tycr
Before. We also s:ll best quality
Feavy Weight Rock Lime for
Seed Oats and Rice
And groceries of all kinds. Timothy
Hay, Wheat Bran and Bice Meal.
TrJ wne sack of Rice Meal and
ee il it is not the cheapest
and best food J tor stock .
ju ev;r tried.
I Will Pay
THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR
Rags and Old Iron;
ALSO HAVE ON HAND A FINE
ASSORTMENT OF FAMILY
GROCERIES AT MY
Two Jours North vf the City Bakery
Bring your old rags and Irju to, and
buy your Groceries from
P. S, I also buy Ladies1 and Chil
dren's worn clothing and puy good
prices lor the same.
Mrs. Job Person's fiemeify,
At Our Store.
A Fresh lot just received.
MILLER & SHANNON.
Cement and Laths.
Best Rock Lime
On the Market.
B. M, Privett.
Salem Female Academi.
SAL5K, N. C.
Oldest Female Collecein theSoath
The 91st Annual Session begins Septem
ber 1st, 1892. Register for last year 827.
Special features : the Development oi
Health, Character and Intellect. Build
ings all thoroughly remodelled. Fully
equipped Preparatory, Collegiate, and Post
Graduate Departments, besides flrst-clss
schools in Music, Art, Languages, Elocu
tion, Commercia' and Industrial Studies.
JOHN H. CLEWELL, Principal,
daw 4t e.
MISS Y' ORBANSKY
Teaches all kinds of fancy handtvork.
Class will begin Sept. let Terms very
reasonable. Residence above Asher Fd
Ladies9 Spring Heel Shoes.
We have just received another shipment of
Ladies' Spring- Heel Shoes, sizes from
S toe's at
THK NEW YORK BARGAIN STOKE.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
2,009 Bushels Corn at
B, M, PRiVETT'S.
MOTHERS t MOTHERS 1 1
We sympathise with you because vou
usually have so much trouble iu getting
a good Hat for a boy; come and see what
we ftave orougm tor you.
EINSTEIn CLOTHING CO.
& Danville B. R. Cq
IN EFFECT MAT 29. I fO
TRAINS GOING SOUTH DA I L I .
5 44 am
8 ID am
10 11 via
t4 1 pm
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Ar Dan "flic ..
Ar Hot Spring's . . .
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TRAINS GOING NOHTH DAILT.
Lv A uifusta
Lv Hot Springs
8 15 am
5 15 t ui
6 UI iu
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A r Salisbury
12 01 am
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Dally. t Daily except Sunday.
BETWEEN WEST I'OINT it lilCUMOr Ji
Leave West Point 7.50 a. m., daily, and a.d i
a. m., daily except Sunday and Monday; ar
rive Kichmond 9 05 and 10.40 a. m. Keturuimt
leave Kichmond 3.10 p. m.. and 4.45 p. m., daily
except Sunday; arrive West Point 5.00 am
BETWEEN KICHMOND AND KAIEIG j.
Le ivo Richmond 3i) p.m. daily; leave Key.
villeo.55 a.m., arrive Oxford 8.08 a. m., Hen
derson V-20 a- ni Durham 9.30 a. m., Kaleiph
10.40 a. m. Kcturuing leave Kalcigh 8 15 p. m.
daily Durham 9 26 p. n.. Henderson 9.30 p. iu.
Oxford 10.60 p. m.- arrive Keyuville 1.06 a. m..
Kichmond 7.10 a.m.
Pullman Pallace Sleeping Cars between
Kichmond and lia.eigh on above trains.
Mixed trains leave Kej svllle dally, except
Sunday, 0.10 a. m ; arrives Durham 6.40 p. m.
Leaves Durlium 6.4." a. m. daily except Sunday;
arrives Uxfurd 7.45 a m.
Additional train leaves Oxford daily except
Sunday 11:05 p n. arrive Hen
derson ll.j.9 p. mM KeturniDK leave
lienderbou 7.0o a. m., daily excei Sunday
arrive Uxlord 8.00 p. m.
Washington ud rioui h western Vesti ul
Limited operates between Washington auu
Atlanta daily, U ave (Vashintrton 11.00 P. m.
Danville 5.5t; A, M., Greensboro 7.19 A. M
Salisbury 8.28 A. M., Charlotte 9 4a A. W?
arrives Atluuta oOif. M. itelui iuuk. ieavis
Atlanta 1.40 P. M., l hrlotte 9.20 P. M., Suli.
bury 10.34 P. M Greensboro 1:5.00 P. M ; u. .
riyes Dun villi; 1.20 A, M., LynuhbU' )? 3. 20 -.
M., WashiUKton e.3s A. M.
Through Pullman Sieeper New Vork to
New Orleans, also between Wushinirton and
Memphis, via Atlanta aud Birmingham.
Nos. 9 and 12 conce-a at Kicbmuul from
nd in West Point and Baltimore uaiiy ex-'Pt
SLEEPING UAK SEKVICB.
On Trains 9 and 10, Pullman Buffet Sloop.,
between Atlanta and New Vork, Danville ana
On 11 and 12, Pallium Kuffet Sleeper be
tween Kichmond and Danville,
and Pulimau rdiflet Slee
ers between New Vork, Wasnutrton and
Knox vl le via Dsuville, Salisbury and Asho
ville, and Pullman Sleepers between Wuub
Uu trains 9 and 12 Pullman palace Sleeping
Cars boi woen Kuleieh and Asbeville.
K. llKhKL Blf, Superiui. nd'-nL
Kich Quud, Va,
v a, Turk, Ass't. bea, Pass. Agt.
Charlotte, N. c,
W. H. Green, Gen'l Mr, Aliaala, Ga.
Jas.L. Taylor, Gen. Pass. Aeut,
Sol Haas. Traffic Manager,
ATLANTIC COAST LIKE
rVMINiiTON & WKLD03 R. K. and Braocl es.
TRALNS GOING SOUTH.
182 y FastMail Daily. ex
18W- Daily. Sunday.
Lv Weldon 1230pm 5 43 pm 6 00am
Ar Kocky M 140 pm 630 7 09 am
Ar Taiboro 218 p m
LvTarboro 12 58 pm 6 00pm
Ar Wilson 218 pm 7 0C p n 7 40 am
Lv Wilson 230 o m
Ar Selma 3 2 p m
Ar Payetteville.. 6 20 p m
Lv Goldsboro. ... 315 pm 740pm 8 39 am
Lv Warsaw 415 pm 930am
Lv Matrnolia 427 pm 840 pm ft 44 a. m
Ar Wilminnton... 600 p m 955 p m 1125 a m
Z NO. 15 DAILT.
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
S A " eA No. 40 ,
oTk d Daily ex.
fcft SSO Sunday.
Lv Wilmington.. 13 35 a m SIS am 420 pm
Lv Magnolia 1 54 .... 10 67 a rr 602 pm
Lv Warsaw 1111 a n. 6 15 pin
Ar Goldsboro 2 55 a m 1205 p m 710 p m
Lv Fayette Wile 1930 a m
LV Selma 113am.
Ar Wilson 1230pm
Lv Wilson 33? a m 1258 p m 804 p m
Ar Kocky Mount. 4 03 .... 130 pm 839 pm
Ar Tarboro 6 30a tu '218 pm
Lv Tarboro 1258pm ,
Ar Weldoa. 3 05 a m 255 p m 1000 pm
Daily txctpt Utmaay.
Train on Scotland Neck Branch K jad leaves
Weldon, 4 00 p m., Halifax 4 23 p m; arrives
Scotland Neck at 6.15 p m., Greenville 6 62
p. m.. Kinston 8,00 p. m. Keturning leaves
Kinston 7.10 a. m Greenville 8 25 a m. Arrive
Halifax at 1100 a in.. Weldon 1126 a m, daily
Trains on Washington Branch leave Wash
ington 7.00 a, m., arrives A 6c K. Junction 8 40
a. m., returning leavex A. & K, Junction 7,10
p. m arrives Washington 8,45 p. m. Daily
excrpt Sunday. Counects with traim on
Albema.-le and Kaleigh K, K., and Sootlai.d
Train leaves Tarboro, N. C, via Albemarle
8c Raleigh railroad, daily except Sunday, 4 44
p.m. .Sunday 8 00 p.m. .arrive Williamston, N.
0., 7 03 p. m., 4 20 p. m. Plymouth 8 30pm
S2J p m. Keturning leave Plymouth daily
except Sunday, SuO a ra., Sunday tuO m
WUliamston, T 30 a m., 9 58 a.m.. arrive Tar
Jjro, 10 40a. m. 11 20am.
I rains on Southern Division, Wilson and
Fayetteville ilracch leaves Payettevllle 6.30
p. mM arrive Rowland 7 13. p. m. Returning
leaves Rowland 7,35 a. m., arrive FayelUj
ville 9.30 a. daily except Sunday.
j ? JnlulRUU. orancn leaves Golds -
Train on Nashville branch laaraa Hnnlrv Mr.
ft 5 15 P-m., arrives Nashville 6 55 p. m.. Spring
Hopes 30 p. m. Returning loaves Spring Hope
8 00 a. m., Nashville 8 36 a. m., arrive Itooky
Mount 9 16 a. m., daily, except Sunday
Train on Clinton branch leaves Warsaw f oi
Clinton, daily, except Sunday, 6 20 p. in. au i
11 15 a. m. Returning leaves Clinton at 6 2u
a. m. and 3 10 p.m.,oonneotfrgat Warsaw with
Nos. tl, 40. 23 and 78.
BouthrxHinl train on Wilson & Fayettevill
Branch la No. 61. Northbound Is No. 50. Bail
Train No. 27, South, and 14 North, will atop
only at Kooky Mount, Wliaot, Goldsboro an 1
Train No. 78 makes close connection at Wei
don for all points North, daily. All rail va
Kichmond, and daily, except Sunday via Ba
Line, also at Kocky Mount daily exceot Sun
day. with Norfolk and Carolina Kailroadfor
Norfolk and all points North via Norfolk.
JOHNF. DIVINE, Gea lSupt.
J. H. KENLY, Gen'l Manager.
T. M. Ksjusoa. Trafto Maaagr.
Stetson's Hats are synonymous for a good
reliable hat We are the only people iu
this city that handle them.
. EINSTEIN CLOTHINQ CO,
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