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A WOMAN'S WISDOM. Tm blK sae tUt I MBot kwe JW aiyfrtenet Taaessltae ieUlecbt t falte Beeaaee say fancies Md ! I do ftot aiy it is b foe j . , . Oto, m ! jow word ar right j Bat yow who k, sj4 1 wfeo W-k, ' OwaHyost Uvetaroe-d tosse? ' I, mho of all who meet jcta gese Hsve swora ipooosUncy ! 00 fajtbsr ysi, poor heart, an4 Mk Far owe who atill eu give j Or, If you keeztteea prow lot sharp. Car m y Mnri and live. Ym! Odm I eareed esj lived Aim Tia Utter far to die. Hands meekly olasped and prayerfal. Eyes aptarped to tba iky. 1 In ed toe wall as 700. my friesd, An loving em tbfa boar ; Bach loves die hard, are cursed, ws know, With overwhelming power. My love went oat as tours will do But after nacy years ; And in those years I was not (tad. And bitter were my tears My love wm like yoor love, my friend It met with so return, ( Io spite of passionate appeal, la spite of words tbat bam. , . - - Mat won mhn lnwa n4 T 1mk May part at leaat ia peace; One day yoa'll thank me for my words. One day ) oar pain will eease. N.Y.Mad A TREMENDOUS SPIDER STORY, A correspondent write from Plain view, III., to the Chicago Inter-Ocean: Tbe following fact transpired on tbe term of ttn aon eat old farmer, aboot two miles from tbe town of PlaiavUw. Last Monday Doming on entering ifts brn tba farmer Fooad, to his great so 1 prise, bis pet bulldog and eld oat and ber kittens suspended from tbe cross-beams in bis barn On examination, be found them suspended there by a oord about tbe else of common wrapping j cord, tb fibre of which much re-t sein bled silk, bat proved however to be a spider's web. At first he thought the kittens., whtehwenl on me nay jtui auove cne beams bad aoeidetuly dropped into tbe web, and tbe old cat, following the instinct of her maternal na ture, endeavoring to rescue them had herself become entangled. As to the situation of the bulldog be thought be bad been trying to get at tbe cat while in her trouble, and bad himself succumbed to tbe same fate as tbe cat, but be after ward came to tbe conclusion tbat tbey bad been picked up by . tbe spiders as tbey went aboat seek ing whom tbey might devour. The farmer went out to call in some of bis neighbors to witntsa tbe maivelous scene, but imagiqe" bis surprise when, on bis retorn, he found a sacking colt ascending tbe web, having been encircled by two different fibres, oue just be fore bis hind, and tbe other just behind his forq legs, he wai befog drawn hp 6y the spiders. When tbe colt bad been drawn up five or six feet, a spider ap parently well versed in physiology came down one of tbe flwert and began boring lor tbe spinal oord, jaat between tbe atlas and tbe axis, as I have reen small onesdo with flies, but the farmer was un willing to sacrifice tbe colt for tbe benefit of scientific investigation, so he was rescued. Tbe spiders were then taken from the dove cote, ot which., tbey had taken poaeiun and killed. Oue measured three and one" half iucbes in length, and weighed one half a pound. Tbey are at a dark brown color, with a ligbt stripe dowu tbeir backs, strong, active and ferociouc Several men of good repute in this section are willing to testify to tbe above facts. Tbe care of clothing is a very important matter. It makes a great diflereuce in the looks and wear of a bat or coat whether it Is thrown on the lounge or chair when taken off, or caretnlly bung np. In tbe expense of clothing b -tween tbe two there is often one half in difference mainly, as we think, because one of them will always bang up his clothes care fully, while tbe other's may be fjnud any wb ere, when tbey can be found at all. Properly brush ing and cleaning clothes nd mending them aa soon as rt quired, rather than waiting until the thread ravels out, or the tear baa grown voo'large to be neatly re paired, add greatly to tbeir dura bility. A DISTINCTIO N WITU09T A DIFFERENCE. Several days ago a white rnaa was srraigned before a colored Justice, down in th ciautr, 1 charges of killing a mn and i. il Ing a mule. Wall,' said the Jastio 'de facks la dis ease shell be weigt.-ed wid karfulnees, an ef I hangs jf r taiat no fanlt ob mine.1 ! Judge you have uo jurisdiction onlv to examlie me. Dt sorter srork 'long ter d raigular Justicey bat yer tee I'se been put ou as a special. A special bei de right ter make a mouf at de Sopreme Court ef he enures ter.' D j tbe best for me you can, Judge,' Tat'a what I'se gwine tor do. I'se got two kinds ob law In dis court de Arkansas an' de Texas law. . I generally gins a man de right to cbnse for hissef. Now what law does yer want deTeiaa or de Arkausaw V . ' I believe I'll take tbe Arkan Wall, in dat case I'll dismiss you for stealing de mule' 'Thank you, Judge.' An' bang yer fur killin' de man.' 1 believeJudge, that I'll take tbe Texas.' Wall, in dat case I will dismiss yoo for killin' de man You have a good heart, Judge.' An' hang yer far atealia de male. I'll jiflr take tbe 'caoion beeb ter remark dr, de only dif ference 'tween de two laws iz in de way yer state de case.' IAttle Rock Gazette. AX UNTRIED LOT. Ab, if rotnant c yoong'ings could only see tbe trouble thai await them when they croj tbe portal of matrimony! As tbpy for tie first time tnke possession ot tbeir new hoane, and enjoy its cheering RHpecf, its regularity and quiet, aud its exprraeiou of do mestic peace, of j y, they antici pate nanght but b is. In a lew years bow changed! O.ie stter another haa been added in varioutt ways to tbe company which be gan only with two, until at length tbey find tbemMvct pr Hiding over a numerous cin le oi children and relatives and d in. -Mo tbe father and mother tib involved in reopounibilities, liom which tbey would haveshnnik, had tnej? anticipated them at, 1L0 cutset. In a few years this happy 'ciicte must be broken in upon and scat tered. )ath comes and takes away Abram ; a ycung lady with a pink txdice and black eyes comes in and carries oil' Alexan der ; a third, determined to die a sailor's deatb, ships before tbe mast on a canal; a fourth, growing covetous, starts lor California; while a fifth, in all probability, comes to grief. At last tde father aud mother are left aioot; and, after flftv years of love, trouble and veiHflion,they find themselves werse off than 'when they started Tbey are not only alone agAin, but tbey are alone without the bpeot any more company. For tunate that matrituouiul aspirauts do not foresee all this ! MA THEM A TWA L PRODIO Y. Tnere lately came to France a young Italian who has the singu lar faculty of making very long and complicated ut utal calcula tions, lie was presented at the last seance of tbe Hociete d'An thropologic. lie is a small boy of ten or eleven, of intelligent look, the head large, but not specially remarkable, tbe foiebead rather prominent Among various cal culations he was asked to name, was this: Multiply 3 000 U4t by 240.073 Tne operation took him two iniautes,au(l he then give the exact result. While !) is calcu lating, people go on taUfig ne.tr Mm without his being hindered. According to bis explauatin'ts. the process he employs is wholly empirical, aud resemtiles tbat ot Mondfux, the celebrated calcula tor, lie commences with Urge figures, and to the base thus ob tained be adds the result of uiulti plication ot the smaller figures. Curiously this boy cannot either read or write, and it is only a short time since he got to know figures, lie even says that since be learned them he has calculated less easily than before. The er sou who presented hiru to the so ciety had found him a tew months ago accompanying an organ grin der, and astonishing tbe frequent ers of cafes by his powers ot cul eolation. Ayonng Western ld, who is partly deaf, is in the habit of an swering jes' to everything when a gentleman is talking to her, for fear he might projxjse to her aud she not hear it. PI.A TFOkM OF TT1K RE PUB U. CAN PARTY OP SORT H CAROLINA. The lUpotlieasa ot North Careliae, la C4ivit!i4ja asNtmbUd rt Its pladget m. d in ktl thrtr firotff pUifor Ac4 t. y Welr fn,!ow: I Th.t tLey odilly pp.-nve the nouiinMiriM rMUy sjid ai Ceiwao of Jtu A. 0rflld fyr President and Obes itr A. Arthar fur Vca-Pridet j sod that tby bom oheerfarjaad eotiveiy del vou tbemselfae to tbetreteettna;ejiMa-' diprab)e to the preaervfcttoa ef the JW pnUieaa prty aad toe,rpni ta tti Iq t"trity. And that teey folly aadom tbe prine'ples set fortbf the pUxttebj adoyud by the KepeAiboa Oosjv?to which enaveoed ta the eityvf Uhioego-.e the Sod day of Jeae, 1880. 2. That they have Seen with met ap prhenioa and alarm the rapid oooedlida! tion and eogroMOMBt of ovr railroad ay stem a by and nndef ; tbe ooatroi and ownership of foreign mooopoliate that eaea ootiMolidatioa of capital slve bo war to the mnuopottata to oppress the hbofer tbe eon 0 try by ooreeeonable and on jaat looal tariff nod fares aad girre to Um the power to oontrol thelegtalatlve braooh of government in the passage1 of laws' Itf their interest and rainona to those of the people; and that the have mUb regret that theae mooopoliate ara making an insidious invasion ajn6ngthe leader! of the Demooratio prrf .' wbloh' ftolminated on the 1 7th day of Jane In the engulfing and awaliowing p of Ut whole le Demo. era tie Convention; and that while they have no aVelre or"totonHion'lar slake en nnjast war opon theef monopolies, they do demand that the Legislature ahdil paea laws to govern end oswiroi thent '(w that tbey shall not be p'it,ttfd to discriminate sgainst oar own people) by placing a reasonable limit on looal uriffs and fares.' 3 That they view with aiftlety the bob. dition of the W. N. O. K. R whtoL through the hot hwte and ill oonidered contracts of the Demooratio State admio itttration is snrronnded by legal trooblfl whioh afford no relief from taxation 'and threaten to delay for a lofiff time, if not altogether defeat the oompletion of tba work o neoeeRary for tbe welfare and de velopment of tbe Slate, and especially the wpHtern ooaotiee. 4. Tbat tbe Kepablioan party baa al ways been the friend of edacation, and now again renews its pledge to tbe people of North Carolina to continue its tfferta witb tnorfaaed vigor nntU there abatl be a complete and perfect system of public is NtroctioD. Tbat they recognize the mechanic and labortv aa tbe bone and ainew of tbe land, and pledge themeelven to protect tbeir rigbta and promote their political, educational and material Interests . Tbat the ront Constitutional amend ments were peaeed by a convention wbicfr waa not composed of a majority of elect d de I "gates, and the control of which wat fctolen from tbe Republican majority by an infamous and admitted fraud ou tbe voters of Robeson oonnty. This eon-option on the part of tbe Democracy de monstrates the tact that their party will scrapie at no violation of law in the in terent of party supremacy and tbat 'tb Democratic party ia not the friend of rep resentative government or of the people, 7. That tbe present system of county government iaNortn Oarortna ia utterly subversive of tbe rights of the oiiiieeet ia tbe grossest political robbery ever preo iioed in Ibis or any civilised conn try; ta tbe most damnable fraud ever de feed or aanoiiootd by any political party.' ai d o-U la for the unqualified condemn tUoo ef all who have the name of freeman without rcRsrJ to party affiliation. We claim tbe rignt of the people to elect every officer in the State from tbe Chief Bxeootrve down t tbe bambleet ottaial, aad ewjmaad that tbi.s rlgbt sball not be denied or abridged; tbat an boneat oouut ahalt follow a free ballot, and tbe ma jorlty shall tdeiuiine who snail enact and administer its laws 8. Tbey 'denounce the Democratic party 1 as an oligarchy, oontrotlad by railroad corporations and aristocratic inflaenota. and if not arrested in ' iU ooarae, it will overthrow the moat oherisbed rights of tbe people. The tendency to the concentration of danceronH powera, for private ant) corVopt enlH, in tbe bands of a few, has recently Manifested itself In a vital part of our State government, and in a way to eibito the greatest apprehension. Tbe Superintendent of Pabllo Inatrta tion, now endorsed by hla party nomina tion, and wlthont regard to tbe popular wiflh, has demanded to have vested in htr hands that is, in the hands of a central board, of which he ab utd be the life the nWlute right of dictating what text books nr children shall use, wbereby be can mould tbe opinions of the rising genera tion; can strangle, for the benefit of -per-' sonsl or sectional favorites, all competition in kcal literature, and open np for hia office, ho intimately connected witb tbe popular life and purity, ft faithful and profitable source of corrupt jobbery. Tbat tbey denounce tbe laws known as the landlord and tenant aott, an devised for tbe benefit of a few and to oppress tbe hnjible and defenceless citizen. Tbat tbey denooooe tbe present road laws of tbe State a opprewive to tbe laborer; and demand tbeir ameL luini so tbat tbe burdens of building and repair ing them shall be borne mere equally by all clumtea of the people. , JOS. MUMfORD, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in DRV GOODS, URUUERIES, AND GO U It TRY PRODUCE. Keeps also on hand JJOOTS AND SHOEg In endlens variety at prioes to suit the times. His atore can be fnnnd on Mid; die Street, opposite Winley A Bros., New Heme, N. 0. Cull and examine my stock before pnr-i chn-iug elsewhere. JOSEPH MUM If QUD. , THOMAS TAYLOR, TH3D BauIlJDlim West aide Wilmington Street, between Bunch's 8tore and WoodwajJ Brothers. ' r ; Gentlemen, if yoa want a good Shave, a good Hair Cut, a Chsmpoo, or Hair Dress, dons st lbs best shop; by the best workmen In town, give me s oalL Tbe fineet Oil and Hair Dressing Perftuaee always on hand. THOMAS TATLOR. r - UUlrwaad SamlsttoM for the Orgenise- U itou of the tUpabiioaaaMy of North, VWWH V I Cot.l 3reetaetah teeiaaetoav Ooenty Orgaatsttioa The e'eoiioo aoau be tbe United of oooaty or Eaeb precise snail bave MeeatJve eommittoe eonskuisf of three eotiv Bepnbtioaas. Tbey ahad be bien LalaTiy ettosen' by the Btpabhoan totere of tbe prewet, end um.1I eteet one of tbetr s amber, ehaimaa. They stall ooevene logetberet aaoh tioe aad plaoa a tbe aifcjotnVCT'lbetn' oiay eiaoC Tbey shall biennially elect a eouaty rxonlive com niUteev 'to ooeniet e not less than live members; woo atnil eleet a ebnirmia frm their MmVar. Taoaneiee in preeinot eomariBeesj shall be filled by the votee of the preeintt aad la oonnty outurouu yaeonvenUon bf the precinct oommit toadajy on&ad. ' ProvuUd, that la oaae a vnoanev eecats within thirtv dava orior to j en election, sooh vaosney may be filled ay tbe vole or tbe rrmainiBg members. II. cWrreeoneL Judicial and Sena torial Diabiei-Thare shall be s Cagrea sionai;' JutHeial and 'Senatorial Dietrtot Cvmmittoe, oorjposed of not less than oie member from each oounty, nor lees than eeven'membere, bieonially elected by tbe sever district eonveottona. eeob of whom a chairman from their nuuberi j-vwruw, tnai a senatoruu aistnot com mutes a all be elected la dietriota em bracing more than one oounty. Vacan tia ooourrtng within thirty day a of an sleetton may be fillad by toe vote of the QQEQcalttee. ' III State Executive Committee. There snail be a Bute Executive Committee, eompoaed of one member from eaoh Oon neastoeal District la tbe State, to be des ignated by the dietrtot delegations in state Convention assembled; two mem bers it large, to be eleoted by tbe Bute Contention and the obsirman of the con vention' at which the election is h-id Ttsy shall be biennially eleettd at the Slate Convention, shall choose one of their number obsirman, and shall elect a sec retary who is not a member, who shall re side at Raleigh. IV. Tbe obsirman of the leepeotive oonnty, district sad SUU Executive Coca mitteee shsll oall their conventions to or der add set as temporary chairmen until a permanent organisation is tfferted, with power only to appoint, and receive the report of, a oommittee on credentials. V. No executive oommittee shall have power to elect or appoint delegates to sny convention, whether oonnty, district, SUte or National VI. No member of an executive com mittee or delegate or alUrnate duly chosen shell have power to delegate his trust or authority to another. VII. ItepresenUtion. RepreeenUtion in oounty conventions ahaJI oonsist of three Republican voters as delegates, and three aa alternates from each precinct in the oounty, snd no more. VII. BepreeeoUtion in Congressional Judicial, Senatorial and SUte Conven tions, shall oonsist of two delegates and two slterdstes only, for every member of the lower House of the Oeneral Assembly, and shall be appointed ia the severs! euantise aooordingiy. II. Delegates and alternates to oounty conventions sball be eleoted only by a vote of the republicans of each preetnet in preetnt meeting assembled; snd dele- Sates afnd alternates to district. State and atiooai contentions shall be elected by a oonveotion of delegates duly elected snd sent by the people for tbat purpose after due notioe and publicafion of not less than Bfteeu days, of the time, piece snd purpose of such oonvention, and not otherwise. X Tbe certificate of the chairman and secretsry of the meeting, setting forth tbe regularity of tbe primary soeeUng or oon vention, and the election of tbe delegate and alternate thereat, sball be accepted when uncontested, as s god sad sutfioieut credential for aaoh delegate and altern ate. XI. Thia plan of organization and pro cedure ehail continue fa force until hanged or abrogated by a subsequent Republican Bute Convention. Adopted in Bute Convention, July 8, 18S0. W. C. A A. H. ST RON ACM. APRIL 27, 1880. Thurtier's and Numsen's clioloe Pie eervea and Jellies in glass. ' Florida Oranges and Dundee Marma lade. Dunbar's Ripe Figs in Cordial. OorrlorJ 'A Dilwortb'a Preserved Ginger. Cheylong Canton Ginger, pots and half pots. 1 Choice Fruit Syrups. Strained Honey and Honey io Comb. Maple and Golden Hyrnpa in gallon tins. 1 Alexis Godillot's Prunes in Jars. Turkisb and French 1' ranee, loose. CANNDD Sugar Corn, SuoooUsb, Lima iteans, Iewis Boston LIBBT'S Green Peai, Baked Beene. Canned Corned Beef and Tongue, Lunch Tongue and Roast Beef, Extra Fine Ham Sausage, 6 pound tins. WHOLESALE TRADE. Car losd each, Corn, Meal, Oatx, Hay, Barn and Sbip Hmff 'iO Bnxes Bulk C. It Hides. r0 Boxes ABO and New Soaps. r0 rase 1 pound Canoed Oysters, '.'0 CVee pints, Hnmsen's Pickles. 2 Sscics Good Rio Coffee. 20 Barrels New North Carolina Ou Herrings. OUR OWN ROASTING. Prime Rio OoffeegZO cenU per pound , Choice 1 agnayra tf cents per pound. (1001) OKKRN TEAS 25 0ENT.S PKU POUND. Graff's Potash Lye, UQurpeaed tt Seouriog and House Cleaning, 9 pouati Seep, Alexis Godillott'a Qaetn Olivec, Cseumtr Pickle, Pickled Onions, tdvr 011 and Sardines, French Mustard, Bsl I win Tomato Oataop and Beuoe, bent tu market, klonUcello Salad Cream. april27-tf 5 o V M La ' S h r riuy u Something You want." Half the yoar passed and the beat of the summer sun is upon ns. Now is the time to make your purchases of cool Summer Fabrics. In order to baxten the sales of these goods, we have made many redactions on different lines. If yoa went s SILK DRESS, If yoo want s LINEN DRESS. If you wsnt s MUSLIN DRESS, If you wsnt a WORSTED DRESS. If you want a PERCALE DRESS. If yoo wsnt s CALICO DRESS, fTNOW 18 YOUR TIME TO BUY In sddition to the above we have a full and oomplete stock of Lace , Ribbons, Trimmings, Edgings and Inserting, and Handkrrcnief which csnnot fail to please. Our line of Gents' Wear, Clo'hs, Cassi merts, Linens, Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Shoes and Gaiters, ia yet very well assorted. And all departments will be kept repre sented as tbe requirements of tbe trade doaii.nd. Desiring, however, to carry as small a stoek as possible, our bargains will be given in all departments. "Quick Sales and Small Profits. Beet Goods at the Ixweet Prices.' Tbe W. H. i R. 8. TUCKER. Raleigh, N. C, July, 1880. NOTICE. Any person wishing to employ a good Hsve an opportunity to seenre one, who nan come well recommended as a Tanner end Finisher of leather. This is tbe first year that he has been out of the Un yard in thirty years. He ran be employed on reasonable terms. His work has taken the premium at several of our STATE FA IIUS. Address P. O. Box 48, Franklin conniy, N. C. feb'21-tf JEW BOARDING HOUSE. CORNER WEST, CENTER AND ELM STREET, Ooldsiboro, O. The undersigned will open a boardlog house on the lat of November, 1H79, for the accommodation of the traveling pub lic. The building is now being com pleted, with comfortsble rooms. Tbe lo cation is admirable and oentral. No pains will be spared to render guests comfort able. Terms reasonable. MRS. E. E. SMITH, Proprietress. MOTHERS, READ THIS. The best thing you csu do to relieve your' little ones, if they bave wboopfug cough, or oold on tbe lungs, is to use Cherokee Indian Cough Cure, made ia Releizh by Mrs. Nslson. Nearly l,n; bottles Kld, and everybody speaks of t to tbe highest terns. It is made frvn roots and herbs, sod is good for every kind of oough, for the Infant or adult. ijjji jpiy j I Willis rr i 1 VV fj 9 CONDENSED .JIJVIE. North Carolina Railroad. TRAINS GOING EAJST: Date, June 1, 117. No. 7, Iaily. 36daiu 3 " 7i " 8 Irt " 20 " 10 11 ttf a;i - So. ". Dally. Xo.d, lMlly A' mm Leave Chariot to HeliNliury " High l'ofnt Arrive (treensborw Leave (rceustoro Arrive HlllNboro '! liuriisin ,' HttlHfc-h Ieave " Arrive UoliUboro tiopm 5 to n 7 37 M 5ptn li ti" 1 1 1 Warn ;i oo . SftOl men . 47 oiilim-lM uL feallKlmrv wtl ftiTW .-. . iv, n. nrui4 .(iini in western nuns ' Cnrtillna. Dull v exc-nt Hmi.lnv Atilnwu. ioro wun i .e it. u. RallroiMt'Drall points North, Katt and We t, AtUroldsboro with W w. Kllrosd for Wllmliiirtn. Sn. 45 jiinectj Ht Ureenvboro with tbe it. A I). lUilroud fur sJl noieu North. Kast id WmU TRAINS GOING WEST. ItUl. I No IS. I Wn. i I .N.-.'' ITo. 41, June 1, 1K79. Dally. ex. Hun Lv .ireenaMro ArKiilelKh Lv " Ar Durham ' H'lhiiMim " OreciitttM)ro Lv Ar HIki Point " KuliMbury 10 1 a m I i.' t I 1 111 ;4" " 4.SJ " 5 S. " 7 t " 8 J -8 65 " in li ' vir, 4 .11 ii m 10 4 ru 7 no s in 54 s in 7 :w a in v 1 a in II 17 a in Churlolte 4.-Conneols at Greensboro Ith Huleni Urancb. At Air-Line Junction with A.f. . L. Kailnm.1 to ail points Houia andHoutliweKt, Att Charlotte with the i!. ('.A A, Itallroad for all poiuts Moutli Mid Hutlieaet. AtKalUkury with W. N. 0. H. K.,illy, ex-Mtt Sundays, for bll point in Western N jrth Carolina, Un. 44.t'onnecia at Alr-Llne Junction with A. A c. A. U for all points HouUi snd Southwest. jHEHAPKAKh AN1 o6lO RAlIWvT RICHMOND, Va.t February mh, 18) FROM RALEIGH, N. C. The Raleigh it Gaston and Richmond itt iMnville Railroad coiinect st RMi inomi, and Rii'.hukiMd At Dn illw.Aiid Virginia Midland Route couue-ut at Ch.irlollwvillo-with the FhhI JIxpreH trains of the C'h'Hake and Uhio Rail way, running as follows t MaiL West Daily Except Exprax, Round. Sunday. Daily. Leave Richmond, h,io a m Arrive at Uordonsville, II. 10 " CliarlotteMvillc, r m ti reek wood, " Wayneaboro, 1.IM ' HtAUtiUm, ii.lt (loehen, 4. 10 " ' Millboro', 4.ai t'ovington, o.us " Alleghany, 7 lu " White .Sulphur, 7..V " Roncev'le, J.tsi Fort Spring, i.ii7 " AlderMou'n, H.W " liowell, M.; " Hinton, n.:tu " Hawk's Nost, :.': am Kanawha Fall, H..'$l 4V. , Charleston, 5.1d t4 Huntington, 5M.i Iortstniuth, v Cincinnati. ll.(H)i M J.20 a M .t.lu " -1.17 1.4 I " t.4r. " 7.0U " .!;. " " M.iu " lu.Ui " l'l.4 I " I l.i -1 " i:.:i) ' r m ii." " 4.(K) " ;.) " iti.i " X4f Throuwli ticki.lti for Rain ut all million ticket otlirna in North Curoiiua. CONWAY K. HO WARP, (J. J: T. A . J . C. Damp, Southern Agent. 1 - A TTTTriH Jtr n A ClTflU T ATT V - , ('IIAX(iK()FSCIIKI)UI,E. Si PKiti nti shunt's ( Ikkicp, Kalripli. .N t'., Jiiup 5, p rt. ( On anilnftrr Kriilsy. .lime ii, kt. ni:ii intinn on ihf Itnli'li'h in'..ti Knilr(iHl villi rt ;i ili!y (SimdHy cuvutcd) ait luilou; Ni. I l.csvu - N. Leave 4i i. in V. Ii..ii 3 vo j,. m " liasion ,j ;, M tl ' l.ltlU lcm; 4 ! ) t in " .Macon, l ;l) " !i HT " srrcnlon, -l :a " ' !' " Kidi-way, i 'n " )n -n ' .linn lion', i ; I" M ' Miil.llcb ir-, f " l f " IloiKlfrsou, & 4i! " 11 in " kltlr.'Ms, ci U- " r'rHiikltntoti.H l! II itl " Vllliri(rt, 1110,1, Jti " 1 1 ) " Wiiki-. 7 Of, " i 12 J). m Kurcrivllle, 7 in " l i 3i " NciiKv, 7 S", " Arriic at 1 M " Kalen-h, 7 ih " Halelch, Kretvilli', Wsko. Yoiiiiydvillc, V'rinkiiiitou, Kitir.'IlK lrtlliT(ltl, M iililli.hurK, Jllllt'tidll, Vrrciilun, Macon, I.ittliion, UastoD, A rrlve at Wvldnti, Mail train ronn.Ttn nt ' ,.),!,,., a iu n. t..i. of Hie Ki'Hlxmrtl and Knmiokt. and 1 ti-istHiru hni.romlH lor all jxilntn Nurth Train No. s eav.-f Kal.l;lt ut An. m Arrlvos rlvia siWeldon8rMia.nl. Tram No 4 leevi n W union at 10 a. m. Arrives at ltlrih:45v. in. . . , ah T, t un mi wii r, icmbttTa Kaliroad for all points' Mortli, and i rain ro. 3 connects at Wi-ldon wltli the pe- Ith inn nuannnra ana KOfl iiikt Hm rnl n Mon- ", nwiniNiays and rriiluvs -wNiir-'n hr this train contn-ct at Frank lit, wha sieainlHiats on tliu Mack water for all jioluu la SastM-n North Carolina. Trsin No. S will not run on Satnnl ;y a wt Will lesvs Kn lolnh on Himd iy t soiidnw'i.' 4 NO. C: WINUKlt, MirmriBUmt Tt. " ANDRHWS & FKUIIALL No 44 Fnyettcrille $t. A large snd select stock of Family Groceries prices. One price and fair dealing every one. Call and see ns.