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X V III A iiy jjy ESTABLISHED IN 1678. HILLSBORO, X. (.'. SATURDAY. JUNE 15, m. NEW SERIES-VOL. 1. NO. .U, t v :i .-. -n-.iirid-tra:r.: W i -. i -tig m va' .. ! " ', ; i : a n i .-en-.- i- i i '--' !" :ic- ii ti - Imi r.'-r , 'that .' re :lM-d Tl.. ..i iv. :! i ! i .'!! ' ! '! T. -, i i t h-art : ,,i I... ;i like fill UiHy, ; , ' .-l-.-l. "ill H . , . . ' . -1 i thr (Jt ntu ry. T HIGHLAND NORA. -i ! . -. with great gray ,: -t.j.U-d arm-, was gayly :!.! ; - th" chum- H ;.i .-.'.,.' Highland Nora .-ail: I'm. !a :':'- --.n I "ill I:ot wed." ! i :n ! . Nora .'" A I iau tliv.'.-l his ii"id and iidt r in "' n window, re-tino .. ..n ih: low. old fa lti ned sill. . tu i:, ih it, No-:tf" h." n peated, v--i -?-i!t.fi in (. '!! ft iL'fit d surprise, .i '; fi''t M'hi.I dyd ch'rk and ' -'M (1 i - . J do." .-aid )r proiUptly, iiri::. j', t a - did tint uth'.-r Nora.'' i.i'it w,;- ( ni.iri.ly thrown away. ' M , y, i i i.'' ill- Vl ' i -! ' ),.n ! Hi. ii:aa nl v afi.wcn-d : !: I !!! r-ad the tTM:m. f'n t hifik i tir, ,Nora--" i' 1 ii 'H li a strange thin for : ' j iiir to think?" tJv ;rirl in 1 1 ! is .i j n,i . !i( v d rli ii r, no; iicidTn': th; iidiirnanl !; . "' ti.- ::,r a i y .. Yotl liHVf -iid' tu- . i ; i r i i n .: a frrc.it manj 1 1 1 i ' iii o-it. imf soini-how J always tli"i.:'i.' - ' i did no! mi' an it, and that ' t; d; ! !-'. n . in -iiti of nil. "Now. 'Noi i. ! : .-v the "l4-t time, will i ' 1 1 i , i j .m)i . " N"ia dio i,. I ,itivr; !-hc was bus '.knM tin- 1 1 ! j 1 1 i (ut ot the ch'irn. Ai yl'i t d if on tie- i;il.l- he turned. tunt !:.: A '..rdon whit did vot) In- o'.u'-' !!;! !m! hi', iip witli vexation, ! i ; !!, d his ,u.-wt i, .. I !"-in --iunint hor liands hchind .her, and n atliind of defiance, Niora Will I t I n!and aid: 1 i i.'s so'i )) tift vvtl. atid ail th.- . of n:turwli, - I .'li. I- '! i oil ... I !"; tl- ...tdd'.-rall tli- n. r ! I t H" h. nd - I a ii ' at" a nd tiear, I !'..! . !' A .' 1' V I ! iT RHII. ! . . n:.! a. t n t d t ti.- I-! trli "ss-hi '" r.ut I i: ud ' i he pii tded. did tliat other V. v i i o: !.- ! !Ms ". i, . :ivav and 1 d i i i I ; j i ; l.; f i' ; ,i i: t . ' "r u" if ,d tt! v vt r ak youatain," In t n Ii :'vfa Nora's i:nx tin riiijht not .'t.,c;i.inw- new! I . a; i!! find to talk i ; . r , o" ; -' i . ; a; w ;, i . : . v O : . 'li I ' : " 1 !,! -1 '-. ! : or! t mi lc;t !!; at t 'no one in '-t'n-lunent, l'.':.tin thi "h- n- ft rn :.'t -n iou! , a she ! will never ask Ti- y. n-.'i th" .'i' wondered - : '--I.' --The ' ' '' ;,i the ptH.m - : N.-.a ; . ant '" a .- -..y r.g . !" t - mc. slie aiiy Nt t r mind, my m.a.it:. r of niy sit ge. r.-efti. f a v;hi!e: vu' t'o-itic-ti ,u.ite long It . 1 i ; . " IT ,.. i !t 1 I a -t .rt amused -mile broke liV- ib':w -urp-ist ai she :: e. i;:,g fot.e ! 1 cX to T il.s. ... " a 1 . - 1 r fT. " "' :"- N.-r.. d nurd he r prettiest ':;;!;t '-rf . with rilbons the xw-t t hps. Tyirg on her ' i;at. -lit tlrought: "I'D 1 o "ra;r .a ! V ! . 1 ) I box lor ferns. ?h re 1 'o; : era s on the island. '-'IV,T1-.' ' i' otiiig no,i t the.faee "you 1! mak-. him ask you - ' ' 'I "s v " v "fternoon!" see -01. .,! -ndling -at her owi. . .mrot "-'iTV'-biiWaV She was purposely late. ' "It won't do for him to think I am toe j anxious to go.'" she Lad Paid. To hf-T surpri-e Guy was not thei e, miiouTy par icg the sands and wonder iT at her delay. , "Whw can he he?' she wondered. 'I never knew him to be late before." She waited nearly half an hour, fx pet t- intr the young man every moment, then me rt-w an?i-y. .1 "How I.K-ky I brought my fern cae! I'll go into the woods and pretend that I never oarm-h' re at all. . -. HayinLj this, she turned tf enter the forest, but hearing the tramp of horses drew back, hidden by the bushes. Tr her surprise they stopped,, juite near where she was hidden; she could see the rihiial.s. but not their riders. Suddenly a woman's voice said: iu, you are sure your love is la-stinf" Of course, Elie; I should not have spoke!i of it otherwise," said the rich voict Nora knew so well. Parting the bushes she looked through them eagerly. Yes, it was Guy! Tiut the lovely creature by his side who was she?" Nora thought her the most beautiful woman she had ever seen. But she .was speaking again. The girl moved forward few steps in her eagerness to listen. ".How pretty the Hudson is to-day! ee how calmly it, flows as if there were no such things as heartaches and disap pointments' Guy took the' tiny hand that was laic on his arm. liWc will be happy, yet, Elsie," hi snid. As they turned the horses' heads am. started homeward, Nora's face was pah and 'set. "How dare he f" she cried. Then t-'ln moaned brokenly, "Oh. my love, whj did you take me at my word? But no he must have known her long ago, he c alled her Elsie, and said they would yel be UitiDT. He has onlv been trifling witt mc," she thought miserably, as she walked slowly homeward. "When she reached the gate she heard j ah" sound of strange voices in the house j and saw the marks of carriage wheels. Before she could slip around -to the back door a ounu man ran down the step.- v holding out b'olli hand. "This is cousin Nora, I am sure, saro lie, smiling eagerly. Nora briirhtoned-sinstant! y. "You tire my cousin. Laurence Nor ton, are you not V "Since you recognize me, allow me a rou-in's privilege," he said; .and stooping kissed her on the cheek. The sound of footsteps caused her la tum her head just in time to see Guy Earle pause, as if transfixed by astonish ment, then turn hastily :iml stride away.' This little episode was not observed by Cousin Laurence, who was in the best o! spirit s all the evening ; Nora was not sc sy- "What, will Guy think of me?" she poiitkiad. "But I am glad he saw it And I do hop;, after what I heard this afternoon, that he will never, never read Highland Nora !' Cousin "Laurie."' said she, later in the evening, "don't tell any ne kM re my cousin while you are here: I netVT a c avalier to accompany me in n;y rambles, and beside, I'want revenge on -otnebody." . u t :i rousing ti irt. .-inl lunrf forth ( tlirv chained to meet (iuv. Nora bowed graciously, for Whe thought, "I can af ford to be magnanimous, as 1 am vktor." ""he learnfd from the current g-v.-ip that i ladv and gentleman were visiting at the i flail, distant relatives, the servant said, ad that the iady was very wealthy . Guy iir?:s, if Nora had not spoken to since that viorning inthe dairv. In a few weeks an invitation came for Nora and her guest' to attend a picnic :; n in honor of the young lady at the Isll. The party were to go up the river ibout two miles in skitTs. and cross over " the t ppvsite side. He re the wo ni had e:i el.-ar.-d of underbrush. th gret-n rr.iss was thickly' matted togtther. and all rt ur.d-the trowcT and. fern grew in ! ::.da:u V ' When Nora and L-iurence arrival Guy n2 tlu strange ladv had gone to tht- 1 ng a -hort distai.e e . a va . and Nera mrried Laun uce oil ere they returned, le ac oinpuried her reiui tantiy, for. he tad some curiosity ooneermng the man ie was sgre his cousin loveel. "Fern gathering1 seems to be rfect nania with you. Nora." he re-KHrked. retntiy. "Oh, I don't care if I ntvcr.scv a fern: ju&t do not want t meet that stranger,"' s'ora vtid .juickiy. "I thought we were inviteei expressly O TTieCt li'T ''' 'How rude I have, been!" she ex lairm-d. "so wf were! Let us po ak." . . They turn d to retrace their steps and iirac fare to f if c with Guv and the fair traugei. Guy introduced her to Nora s Mi B nton. Nora 'iwjwed coldly, but he lady h Id out Iter hand. Guy has spoken of you sooften, Mis3 Seale, that. I feel as if I had always i mown you. I am sure we shall be the Kst of friend." Nora was not so sure of that: but she :ou!d only murmur something supposed ci He a polite reply. But when her cousin was introduced, iora was greatly surprised at the glad ight that flashed into, his eyes, while Miss Senton's pink cheeks changed to deepest '.riinson. They .shook hands,nnd Kau ence tnrned to his cousin! saying briefly ; 'We have met before.'' .Then offering kliss Benton his ai m, which she accepted, hey walked away, leaving Gay and Nora ogether. They stood looking at each other in uzzkd silence; then, as the funny side f the situation struck Nora, she burst nto a merry laugh, in which Guy joined. The laugh seemed to relieve their cm arrassment. "Nora, may 1 walk back to the land ng place with you?" 'asked Guy. "It seems that you must,"' she .said, aughing. "It is a matter of necessity, lot choice. I wonder where they met efore!" "No matter, since they have given me he opportunity I have been seeking for o long." "And . I" said Nora, interrupting, 'want to apo'lcgize for not, going boat ng that -afternoon. I changed my mind, nd went for ferns instead. Guv looked at her in astonishment. "Did you not go?" Nora flushed, but said, smiling: "Did you find me. at the meeting lace?" "No," said Guy, bravely, "for I was lot there. When T reached home, after caving your house that morning, I found hat-Gouin Elsie and her father had ar ived. She wished very much to take a ide that afternoon, and I felt in duty ound to accompany her. I took an extra lorse with u- as far as your house, in ending to invite you to join us, but yoii vere not at home. Since then I have ought an opportunity to apologize in aiti." A great load seemed lifted from Nora's leart . "She is your cousin .'" -"Mv onlv cousin." -aid Guy. - "Your ruest is a very handsome man," he added ircseutly. c s "You mesh Cousin Laurie? Yes, he is! any of them are drownec. a.- in ip is ai- ( t j.ir,r. M.aj(. by a combination of capital -uilsome." ' j ways at hand, '(.h-casionally the w helping t, c,,M.lv identified with the Sundard Guy turned like a flash, and, taking iee approaches so cloe to the snore that (j jnT(.r(.s; hTO behind a new rail- Nora's hand, exclaimed : ' the landsmen come in for tm-,r nare ot "What a blind, jealous fool Lhave j the spoil, and then even the v.-. -men and been .' 1 saw him kiss yoi Nora, and J i children eagerly join the scene of carnage, thought " " 4 j.In the'spring of 183.. at a place call- d " "Never mind what you thought. Let I Rett's Cove, one woman denied five -and -tis hurry: we shall be late to luncheon. j thirty seals in one day. and at Twiihn She walked off rapidly. gate many women killed heavy load- of "Nora'said.Ouv. as he overtook her. ' seals, the people g..it;g tw.lv.- mile fb-m "since Cousin Elie came I have 1 m et re siling Scott's poems. Mu- gave" him a hastv glance, and sink- ingon a large stone that sr-tmed to hnvr ' I .. . n i.1. . ii t',.n f.,r thi. ..vt,' rM.rvw.irt ..- 1 1 'tu . 1 nT 1 1 j . 1., v j ! . . . 1 ,4 i 1 , Guy said ft rward covorel her fac with bth hands. Guy dropped the fern box which he j A few year- ago the -eal : ,in:- -f-had taken in charge and took those trem- ' to the town of St. J-h;. s. -Trd- tr.e m hiin "n.-K in i;rr r.t V.ie -.!- i bftbi t..- r il!ied ol.t TO rt t','- I ft. i one of his. placing the -umr tI"' 'pi cnin. men Le lifted her face till the sweet gray eves met nis. What he saw there must have sat: fled him. for he beat his head and kissed r. "Guy," said Nora, presently, 'to-day ;,s m t ttie r.r-t m wnica i nave seen vout The n she t Id him of the cotv t rsa'tioi; die had overi-e:;rd. "1 ou re. ' . ' s,,d iuy. booking io v - .ngly in i.itiful - th.e gray (tf. Elsie"- is a r ; her uanie i- i,..t Ik nton. for j'iu is nurri-''. but her father init. on .ler being eaih-d by hi nam.? I will give you the dviails .-f h-r"story senv: day; a .irii-f ou:ur.e v.iil suiiice now . as, I am n tc tin. ply .i.r. te-d in my ..an.' Mji:t-t ;T.:ng .::e ft hand. -Ebie went jn a visit t an v. jr.. in an neHoinitig Suite. il". whrie tn re wa feerttiv m-irnei t i ne-er. hut -.ve.r:hv n.an. The next week 1 si? ret-irned home, and had hanilv en- tereei the Leu-r rh-n her father an- I aottgred that ne had setfctetl a husband hut h.- hid cr-isr-'.' V t tK . . - i.e.- . --i.iiiVjl for her Finuk; refusals useless "Elsi. t last aisctosfi rer ecrtt. fin wa imply furiou, and shut Ler in her own room till he could bring her h-r-. H ;ays the ceremony was. i!l"ga!. and de clares that Elsie mu-! remain hetr- until me forgets Will Norton." At the last word Nora sprang to hei feet. 'Guy, Coasin Laurie i Elsie hi- land! His name is Wiiiiam L.urtr;e; Norton, but I always rail him Laorie. nd he isn't poor now;. Lis im-ther' ! brother died Wt week, leaving him liali 1 j million. " 11 You will let mt low vc, hone , N'.ra?" "And Elsie?" "She will prefer going with her hu. j qlv trousseau for Brincess Sophia, sistei 3and, of courbe. Uncie N-d"s t.bjecti'i: j f the Emprcs.. who jsto lie married tc .o him is removed now thaj he is rich.' j pr;n( ... pn .h ru k Leopold, and thatpf hit ifter a pause, "Do you know, sweet, i (AVn wjtf.r. Pvincess Sophia, who is to b ifter Elsie had confided her Ioe storv tc I n;. rrifJ.i to the Duke of Smrt. stinnlatpt nc I returned the compliment. And--she. srod bless her! referred- me to Seott" jocni;. Did you mean it, darling? Say rou did not. Let me hear you say it, io!" "Of course, i meant it just as that. ther Nora did," said saucy Nora. "Don't tou remember, Guy? "But Nora's heart i. lost and w..n, She's wedded to the Larue's s. h "' - The Whelping' Ice. Thousands of seals are found in pat' in - on the floes, but when one patch is e- terminated the men often haw to wander far from the ship in starch of more pre v. and it is then that their early training in copying comes in advantageou.-ly. Vca sionaiiv the sealers go eighteen or twtnty miles away from the vessel otr the ice. and in all places it may not be equally strong. Sometimes the pans are scattered : then the experienced eopi-t wi'l! uso a slab of ice as a ratt. guiding it into tin i desired position with his gall, and o ferrying himself jh ross th -deads" or open water. At other times the "loliy" or "sludge" is soft, but will bear juf one foot at a time, so the hunters spring rapidly over till they tid a more secure pan on which to take breath. When they have gone far and have to drag their 'tows" of skin a or.id rable tlisfanee back to the ship, tit may Jiappen that where the ice has been all secure on the journey out the sealer tind a gap too wide to jump lying right in il'vir hoiue .wtird path. Bid even if no tVating pan are within reach, they are at no lo.-s w'nat to do; the "tow." each containing live or six sealskins with the blubber attached. - are flung into the wat.r: the blubber causes them to Ih.nt and the m.-n um-them as stepping-stones across the op. vi water. Accidents, of course, oee.ur from time to time, and men often go through t' "lolly" or miss their footing ami conic i for a cob! bath which, considering their : v,.rv productive even in the present, in tilthv condition, may not he altogether !.-,irirv ,,f th-industrv. and there are inti- an unmitigated eil: but it t rarely that land on the lice to r-aj. tni harv. -t. f WVien the ice remains tigntly p.n k. t o.r i any length of tinn in the baj : sorr.ftimfs rawi on t - t;:' Tvin.'ivist.l lb. i' has ppj n d. a' ; t .-1 that ..... - - l t 4 many s ! ,! c-ab ha".. I r.monrrr the b-.-le -. r e of vi. Vc.-1 '.a:..b. f habitants sdlied .? to r r'-.i- tn t r;.- man w ; -' ' " -c,'me ! the hunf-rs -av- : gi;n 1-vesid- him sitt:rg on a he n-.t far from the month --f th.- r At hi- Jet Th' jay a d - on in Uest if.O Wair. far out that it . wa- before they r- t;.:.-.'-L bv the some .-; t th H i ! r '.: t 4 saw- tl.- sitting tnth" hvtr;.a;"ck a: as before. Th- -v .t man was eled. sitting up staring. fre- nhi:-d tt he rented. .Y, ' Th- Ch'-rokr-of the ! . :r. r s - ? t f -. 7: ' i varrce . guarct :- 1 i trre-Haingt tar. i . . . ov r ' states, am"). '.aim-, and. irreat , vatfr and .i-;aa 1- f; Oklahoma OTd aft lrir.Vir. t;.-. ":0;t 1 .... i v. . . . ........ fc . . - - - -- - i wishes tht he Lad';. . . 1 UDIES COLUMN. PKr' LO'.tTV OF CHlvlSTIiLIf sctesct. It is -tirr.ited that three-fourths of ht .vomer f K istir' in New York and Brook lyn rt- ititt r sted in mind cure. Christian srj. rre. r faith healing. The number of tv.if r-j:i b th iiies is phenomen&Uj large, ard ail hive full classes. Thi t'Ut i s ar ifn:.riably women, while th t.iehrrs nre lt;h men and women. Th 'Ju".rity -t tn.e mmU ture i amMinptc ''h' uh" :'irp out5,K' 8nd not acquainted it h the s'.ibjt t . j llli: KMl-KiinK KU'OKS RKIU.IN MTLLINKR. j The Em prror of Germany in ordering that they shall be entirely of Germar manufacture, and specially forbids the us of any French silk, linen or other material The Berlin milliners arc in a rush of busi n s. All the. members of the imperia family will make presents of jewelry, which have bcn ordered in Germany. PICKING IT VICTOKIA S TH.nJS. Sir Spencer Ponsonby-Fane's duty al 'bit in Victoria's drawing rooms is tc pick up the trains, and it. is very ardu ous work and .admirably calculated t tc j ive the stronge,t man a tit of lumbago ir Spencer, who has been in the public .service for nearly thirty-ninn .years, has become rather infirm and stoops fearfully, 1 i ever having recovered from his desper ate exertions during the jubilee; and at the la-t drawing-room it was only with great difficulty that he got through his j tak, which would surely be more appro priately confided to a stalwart footman or ?orne other domestic rather than to an aged official, for whom such menial du- it s appear decidedly undignified. Ism- lr,-t Tr ith. ' A SHREWTJ INDIAN WOMAN. There is one Indian woman whose in . oine from coal royalties is estimated to he not far from $60,000 a year. She is - iid to have succeeded in driving a hard bargain with .fay Gould himself. A white man cannot mine for himself in the Indian Territory, but he can minelfor in Indian mine discoverer on royalty. This lucky Indian woman is said to have Uncovered that the lease she gave Gould 1 j.ornt.wlut irregular, and to have j n.I0i that ,COVCTy to her greater ipronr? for th. mHn cf Wall street I kr,CAV, as w,.n as any one that it is better ! .o seHlc ,ilirky n a! cases involving f "uol supplies for western railroads. Tlie i oal mines of tho Indian Territory are i Utj1n3 ,j,.Jf wjjj ,;m,n be worked on ad reaching from Denison, Texas, to :he ( "a! fields. Ihtton Tmntrrift. ( FASHION S.ITKS. vorv room" is the latest craze in An he "hoti-e beautiful." Hmtitching i the rage just now in i'oth table- and bei linen. B0.1- of tu'Ie will be worn the coming - imni. r w i'h .' v. ning toiiets. r. - ! hine will b largely used for ift rnri.n watering j.lace gowns. Moire ribh-.n is as much in favor tipon ' .; e go-,vr - as it was last summer. Black. i. now stylishly worn with any : '"T frm the palest to th deepest. CP ',!..;. prominent in houe decoration ;: ytTIov. , green and a grayish tint. A ( hvrv c of the reason is to combine a-ih silk w ith th" finer cotton fabric. Li!- .- : i iria wiil be favorite 'm.imer.ting summer lace Tl. t ---rit.- i rarekt jtiit now is a mere '.. ; - f g--:d. with a sicgle diamond Kr.- . r ra 'i ti: th ta.!es of our mvl- i- -r.r.tt. -hieh fan be. -At u. injury, i the latent Lon- r .- : t. "e.f chif-tl silver, u uy mice, htked together by on.biiistion of fabrics now thii. of li iie cloth with .Ve i a - i : . . . "Wcrk has almdj tegya on the elet i erth ctiji-i.-. - - - , Dakota's Indian Population. Dakota's Indian ppuhtion U much Urgcr than that .f xa ether State of Territory, except that mhabitcl bv the Tive Nations, and poetically th whole l it in South Dakota. Here, upon domain of the richest and imts-t pro Juctive land otl earth. 24.tK0.ftw) arrt3 tn area, a territory nearly as rtat ai the Stat of New' "York, uuite pj great ai Indiana, and tjvt tirae greater than Mas&achusette live lody of 23,00 Indian who, with immeasurable rrSvurce t their command, lead an utfrlv idlf ind shiftless life, and cst th. Govern ment $l,750,()O4 a year for their ind clothing. One hall of the Sioux art in a certain degree civiltcd, but as many u 12.U00 of them live f ir within thtir reservation, where they-lead as wild a life as ever, ami few of them come jwr iunally to the agencies. Their animosity igainit the whites is h !d in check only Ix-cause they have learnetl the lesn of an outbreak, and know a h.tile attempt will end in their punishment . But they arc bitter and savage, and a source of constant vexation to the agent., for their influence over the more enlightened In dians continues to ! strong, ami w al ways exerted against everything that .ends to improve" thun . A'sr York Tribune. The danger from gases only in ronnre tion with house drainage is said to W comparativeljr easy to avoid, the mam consideration being a continuous thor ough ventilation of the pipes. Piedmont Air-Line Route. Richmond A. Danvillo Railroad GendeDSGd SchednleinJEflecl Apr. li 1869, Trains Run by 7.V Meridian Tim, I . I LY. HOUTH BOUND! NO. .V'.. N . . N't ri. Lv NewVirk. Lv iTilauelphia, Lv Brdtinhr, I.v Wasbincton. Lv t 'harlottMvflle, Lv Lynchburg, Ar Danville Lv Richmond. Lv Burkeville, Lv KeysviJle, Lv Danville. Ar (Jn-nsfr r Lv (toldsh-ro, Ar Raleigh, T: l '.a m l :ui p m 7 J' a m .'" p m '.' 4-'i a in 1 ! tn 11 '24 a tn 1J ' l tn a :4 m 4o j. ni J p tn li M y n 4 ..' p pi W p HI - to p m S" .7 p hi 01 am 4 t p m a in .' fi7 a m 7-4 a m - ''' a tn 4 .'io a tn !.'. a m v a m '. t! a pi d.np in '. a tu Lv Raleigh Ar Durham Ar Greensloro Lv Hnlem 4 .tp m ') mid v t m :; a m . 'j p m 7 4 a m ' 3 p m Ut n m Iv trniit.or', Ar Salinry. Ar Htntsville, Ar Asheville, Ar Hot Springs, Iv Salisbury Ar ("harlot tie, Lv Hjaartanburjt Lv GrHenville, Ar Atlanta, Lv Charlotte -Ar Columbia Ar Augusta b '7 n m '" a rn )2 ,'' am 11 I " a tn 1 M am HI Jp 111 7 i n m j 4 4 p rn t Jo a hi p. n p n . : a m - a rn t.' .'. a m ! .' to p m 4 4 a m .. !7 p m Vi a m i i m 1 i ) a rn ' ) p m '.' fl m ! " p rn p, :t a m '. 1" p m to .''i" p rn '. n ni DAILY NOJlTH ROUND. No .'.7 "o. M No.-.Vi. Lv AuiruKta , ' lprn ' C. a m " Oaumt'ia 1" 4" p ni l i . . pm Ar Charlotte ', 1 p rn V i m - - - - c- - Lv Atlantii. 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On Train 'jOan-IV;. fuJman f.tifTrt er rtwe: Wahif:gVn an I M nt- f:;-ry , WaehingVm and Augusta. luURia Ury t-lTf-n Rii hmoTi a?il (ir--rti'r's Pull rna.n Ce-rl"'tfn(ir'iibiroar'I Raleigh. fMllman far lor Car Utawn ' Salisbury mil KrxviI. Tbrouirh ticketii on sale at principal ta tioiiBtoal! ii:.t. For rate and informa tion applv to any agr.t t i tt any. or U Jaa- !g TAY'UJK, G-n. l'a. As-ut, BoL Haas, Traffic ilajiager. Wa'ihirgVm, D. C J.H. Yarn, Dir. Fa. Ag'it, ! RiehmtiOal.X a. W. A. Tras. Dit. Ytm. Aj't. Raleigh, N. C.