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THE CAUCASIAN
cUefcb, JN V. X arch 20 W03.
Knlerrt at the I 'out CM
H. C. as woond-:la
Ire in Raleigh,
mail matter.
NEGRO WHO ELEC TED HAYE8.
Story of the Stolen E
Old Colored Woman
Telia How Her Brotht
Jackson. Carried th
Florida to the Capital.
Th Washington -n
th; Charlotte (Jhwrwr
per th following Lit of
A q'jr-rr story canio to
day. An oM colored w
bakery on this ntr'f. SI
allot Box An
n Washington
r, John Henry
J Box From
fttpondcnt of
K'-nds Mh pa-
iji'j the othr
ornan hast a
c makf'H th
moat If!lKhtfiil jrlnT ln aid, and pies
and hri-al. I have h'n a outomfr of
hTH Home time. I asked h tr last week
how ulie happened to eon ie to WaHh
iriKton. "I a, honey!" Bh ) said, "did
you never hear of my br other, John
Henry Jaekson, and how he elected
Mr. Hayea ITesldent?" "Nc , I had not
heard."
"Well." hhe Ra!d. "you ki tow it was
awful close voting In VI orkla for
Hayes and Tilden. Home Hal d one was
eWed and Home nald the o ther. My
brother was a clerk at the i )ollu, and
he heard the Democrat a Hay t hey were
coming there that night to stuff the
box. Well my brother ho j lint took
the x), Htole it, and run off to Wash
ington with it, and It waa counted
here and the Republicans had the ma
jority. The Democrats said ti iey was
going to kill him, and the Repi lbllcana
put him in jail to keep him Haf V After
they thought the danger wai over,
they let him out. He had a long! black
beard, and ho shaved it off, and
bought a slouch hat that he j tilled
down over his face and got 01 l the
train to go home. Two negroes came
on his car carrying pistols and b: lying
they were looking for a negro m imed
Jackson."
"Why, what did the negroes vant
to kill him for?" I asked.
"Why, itey war? Demrcra' c ne
groes," she naid, "and they are wo rse
than Democratic white folks." "We 11,"
she continued, "my brother never w uit
back home. Ho was afraid. Th Sy
took care of him in Washington, ai id
he was always pointed out as the n e
gro who elected Hayes President t 'f
the United States."
I asked: "What did you think oi!
Hayes?"
She replied that she thought ho was
a mighty weak man and that John
Henry Jackson might have done bet
ter on a President."
I have just a dim Idea of hearing
the ballot box story before, but It was
all hushed up and I wonder how much
real history H In the old woman's sto
ry. I shall ask Mr. Spofford at the
Congressional Library. They say he
knows everything.
THE riCHTIMC III 8AM DQUIKCO
3an Domingo, March 23, The
revolutionist under General Pepin
to-dy atta kel and captured one of
th forts defending the city. Many
men weie killed on both aide. The
political prisoner of the fort were
released. The revolutionist ire in
full poswajsion of the city of Ban
Domingo They have taken charge
of the cable office and of the gov
ernment land linf-a. Foreign Min-M-r
Hanchfz ha- nought refuge in
the Unhid State consulate. The
fighting continues. Acwtetant Gov-cFtio-
Kchenique and the command
er of the government forces. Gen
eral Pens, have Un killed. It Is J
exerted that the government troops
outride the city will attack the
revolutionists who are in San Dom
ingo. The number of men killed
or wounded In not known, but it i
reported that many are killed on
both sides.
New Hanover Supreme Court. J
Wilmington. March 22. New Has- j
over Superior court for the trial of
rrirciaal omms only will be convene! j
tomorrow and will continue in -! n '
the remaloder of the week. Judge R. ;
B. Pt-bk- presiding- The docket I ,
tbe 'heaviest In the history of the ooon ;
ty. more ihaa 100 cue bciaic set for !
trial. One of the defendant will be
tried for his life. He U a negro and ;
I charged with the murder of another;
colored man in a negro hop In the!
suburbs about two monthi ao The
rletin was stabbed to death and drag I
gei under a shed on a dark street to
evade the police.
IWUr TLn (ioU
NO WKK
VKS-KI. TJIEIIK FOK TH
l'R F.KENT
Washington, March 23. No war
vessel will be orderek to 8an Dom
ingo for the present. The Atalanta
is under orders to proceed from
I'ensacola to Monte Cristo, near Hay
tien, and in the event of American
interests lelng endangered at San
Domingo, she will go there.
"I wes troubled for several years
with chronic Indigestion ami ner,
votii debility," writes F. J. Green
of Lancaster, N. H. "No remedy
helpey me until I began using Elect
ric Bitter-, which did me more good
than all the medicines I ever ued.
They have also kept mp wife in ex
E' eel lent health for years, She says
Electric Isttters are just splendid for
female troubles; that they are a grand
tonic and invigorator for weak, run
down women. No other medicine
can takes its place In our family."
Try them. Only 50c. Satiefiaction
guaranteed sold by all Druggists.
A Golden Rule
of Agriculturu:
Be food to yoar UnJ and yoor crop
wHl b food. ny of
"1
Potash
vest. Write a m!
we will md yoa.
frte, by ort mail,
oar money wincing
book.
IJ taw Stmt,
ftev Vw.
Did Not Close For o
Week.
Heart Trouble Baf
fled Doctors.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and
Nerrlne Cured Me.
SOUTHERN WRECKED NEAR AYERSYILLE
CEORCIA.
Atlanta, Ga., March 23. The
northbound passenger train on the
Southern for Washington, which
left this city last midnight, was
wrecked at Ayersville, Ga., 80
miles north of this city, early this
morning, by a boulder which had
fallen across the track. A nejrro
tramp was instantly killed and the
train's engineer and fireman, both
of Atlanta, died in a few hours.
The dead are: Edward Miller, engi
neer; Edward Thompson, fireman,
Wright, colored tramp. None of the
lassengers were injured. The acci
dent was caused by a landslide which
fell as the train approached. Traffic
was delayed until evening.
MANAGER WANTED
Trustworthy lady or gentleman
to manage business In this County
and adjoining territory for well and
favorably known Iloue of solid
financial standing. $20.00 straight
cash salary and expenses, paid each
Uom LUe Hot Cake.
"The fastest selling artiele I have
In my store," writes druggist C. T.
Smith, of Davis, Ky.f "i Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coutrhs and I olds, because It always
core,. In my six years of sales it
has never failed. I have known it
to save sufferers from throat and
lung diseases, who could not get
help from doctors or any other
remedy." Mothers rely on it, and
TWt U bo&ie? more tcenr to
lHB kieep mad ret. If the- tre drr-J
t rn ne ta the Beremj n i.rr lc
benyttuwectlobcd.lbrte i an mStxtxmi
tie certes plmi reeL !l yi heart
e&k. ce there u aa tckr.ird uedrrw-y u
that dectioa, pQT eakeord eerr ;
vufa to affert yxmr bearr't ait on at lo tr 4
on tfTiou. chrrtc trob!e. iH. Mile' Net
'Mi uenre tonic, mfcsch uirote rvnti.
a that ieep xrt come, ao-i it quickJ re
tore the weakenel nene to htaJth vA
atrer.rth. iH. Mttr' Heart Cure u a ctt
l ioo-i and heart tome which regulate U.e ac
tjon of the heart, enriches the Uood a4 im
prove the circulation.
"Some time ao I was suSerirf erere'
with heart troubie. At time mr heart wouM
aeemingly tp beating aixl at Klter H rnii t
beat loudly and very Ut. Ttree to four
hoars sleep each nifht in ten months a all
I could cet. One week in lt Xrxerntr I
neverclowd my eyes. 1 pot I r. Mile'Nerme
and Heart Cure at a drutf Uore in Lawrenr--burc,
after spendlcr $300.00 in medi
cines and doctors in Louiville. ShelbmlJe.
Frankfort, Cincinnati and LaTenceburr.
and in three days have derived more beneht
from tW U!ie of your remedies than I jot
from all the doctors and their medicines. I
think everybody ocgbt to know of the mar
velous power contained in vr.ur remedie." .
Monday by check direct from head- sizes 50c. and $1.
quarters. Expense money advanced
position permanent. Address
Thomas Cooper, Manager, 1030 Cax-
ton Bldg., Chicago.
best physicians presenbo it, and we .1LHuchfs,Fo Creek, Ky,
guarantee satisfaction or refund , A?i.dJ??s ' sell and pi arantee first hot-
t?,,. "c t." rvemeoies. ena lor tree book
iveguiar on Nervous and Heart Diseases. Addicu
price. Trial bottles free.
Dr. Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, lad.
THE
IT GIRDLES THE GLOBE.
IT SAVED HIS LEO
P. A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga.
sunerea tor six "montns witn a
frightful running sore on his leg;
but wiites that Bucklen's Arnica
Salve wholly cured it in five days.
For Ulcers, Wounds, Piles, it's the
best salve in the world. Cure guar
anteed. Only 25cts. Sold by all
druggists.
The tame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
as tbe best in the world, extends roand
the earth. Its the one perfect healer of
cuts, corns, burns, bruises, sores, boils,
scalds, ulcers, felons, aches, pains and
all sain eruptions. Gnlv infallible pile
cure, zoo a box at all druggists.
Sold by all druggists.
OtHATtt
Double Daily Trams
The Wake county Grand Jury
rnonday found a True Bill against
Mr, Earnest Haywood of murder in
lirst degree for killing Mr. Ludlow
Skinner in this city on Feb, 21.
Mr, Haywood was arraingei in
c ourt room Tuesday morning but
t be case was continued until the
Ji jly term of Court as some of the
d ifen Jant witnesses were out of the
St ate. This trial will be one of the
m- t interesting ever held in our
St tte on account of the large family
connections of both parties.
NO
Why Cyrus B. Watson Was not Nom
inated for the U. S. Senate.
A (Jrwnsboro special to the Char
lotto Ohservcr of recent date says:
There Is another story out as to the
influences which were at work In the
recent senatorial contest at Raleigh.
A gentleman well versed In political
matters, and who was one of the most
ardent supporters of Hon. Cyrus 13.
Watson, has made the astonishing dis
covery that the North Carolina Liquor
Dealers' association and the friends of
the Watts hill combined acrainst thfi
Forsyth man. Ho says they not only he' Hdling, The danger from the
combined, but spent money and lots , flood in this territory is considered
of It. When asked the amount, he j to be over, and no further develop
sald ho had heard that the sum of $15,- mfinf H r,f mnmpnr. AYnmtMl in
j.
the natuial course of events. The
DANCER OF AN OVERFLOW NOW AT
MEMPHIS.
CMemphis, March 23. The river
has remained stationary all day at
39.f feet and tonight is reported to
THE
A
on
000 was raised. "What did they do
with all that monev?" the Ohanrvor
correspondent asked. "DouRht votes" center of interest is now the situation
was the laconic reply. "Do you know south of Memphis, along the leves
that votes were bought?" was the next of Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkan-
quesuon. wiinoui any nesuaiion, tne pag
gentleman replied: 1 mignt not oe
able to swear It, but I have every rea
son to believe that several men receiv
ed neat sums of money for their votes
or Influence." He cited the instance
of a certain legislator from the eastern
part of the State who changed his vote
suddenly atter being approacned by a
representative of the combine against
Watson and told of another man whose
Influence was purchased by the Liquor
Dealers' association for $1,500.
The gentleman who gave the Obser
ver correspondent the Information con
cerning the combine between the
friends of the Watts bill and the liquor
dealers was asked If Mr. Watson
would ever again be a candidate lor a
political office. He replied that it was
hardly probable, unless he should be
prevailed upon to become a candidate
for governor next year.
NATIONAL AMERICAN WOMAN 8UF-
FERAGE ASSOCIATION,
New Orleans, La, March 19th
25th, 1903,
Account of the above occasion the
rate of one fare plus $125, on certi
ficate plan is authorized to New
j Orleans, La.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY CUMBERLAND
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Nashville. Tenn., May 21-2t9h, 1903
Account of the above occasion the
,S. A. L. Ry. has authorized tbe
sale of round trip tickets to Nash
ville Tenn. at one fare for the round
trip plus 25; tickets to be sold May
10th 20th-21st, final limit June 21st
GRAND LODGE OF NORTH CAROLINA
I. O. O. E.
Wilmington, N. C. May ll-18th,
1903.
Account of the above occasion, the
S. A. L, Ry. will ell round trip
tickets to Wilmington, N. C, at
rates based on tariff 2 No. A-3106;
rate from Raleigh being $6.55.
Tickets sold May 10th-llth-12th,
final limit -May 20th.
NATIONAL MANUFACTURE'S ASSOCI
ATION.
I New Orleans, La. April 15-17, 1903
On Account of the abpve occasion
the S. A. L. Ry. will sell round
trip tickets to New Orleans at the
NEW DANCERS DEVELOP ALONG
MISSISSIPPI.
, viCKSDurg, miss., jiarcn za.-
new danger point has appeared
the Mississippi river, rather serious I rate of one first class fare for the
reports coming to-day trom liveere I roilnd trip from all stations. The
ton. The main levee at that point rate from Raleierh wili be 25.50.
Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fall to do
their work.
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex-ces-
of uric acid in the
blood, due to neelected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
hey had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first dactoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures ot the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits
by all druggists in fifty
cent and one-dollar siz
es. You may have a
1 1 ..11 !
Sample DOUie Dy mail Homr oi SwamD-Root.
free, also pamphlet telling you now to find
out if you have kidney or tedder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
fit Co...Twngoamton. N. Y.
Carrying Pullman Sleepers. Cafe Cars
la ia carte) and Chair Cars (seats free).
Electric Lighted Throughout
BCTweiN
Birmingham, Memphis and Kansas City
AND TO ALU POINTS IN
Texas, Oklahoma and Indian Territories
AND THE
Far West and Northwest
THE ONLY THROUGH 5LEEPINQ CAR USB
BETWEEN THB 50UTHBA3T AND
KANSAS CITY
Descriptive literature, tickets ar
ranged and through reservations made
upon application to
W. T. SAUNDERS. Gtri At. Pass. Dtrr.
OR
F.E.CLARK. Trav. Pais. Act.. Atlanta. Ql
MISS SARAM FIMLEY.
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d"A. It I JiUlR th Jt3& f ill St Lh
shock ol hr rs. T.tpm to voqxakIxkkI.
Wub bo tikf Wim of Csrdoi Lav?
littls ditrct&fort d ijiaj pnrTULSfy
htt!e pAio st cKllIbirLb. WVq tt
ehsas t l.f sp(vsrA ihry soUr s
happy, hthy tJ J s. Krry ooeth it
eornc to tls rr-j to suict Nstars la
throvicj Lb !sptiTit tnn thshody.
Mi Srsh . Kinlry, vl Mr;4i.
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L4uii AdviAcry fWijInisst, I1ttv
soofs Md. Co.. Ositsiwngm, Tms.
1 WINE of CARJPVl A BSIlI
"On July .M, the Cns-nt Hotl
at Kurek Hprlui oHn sj an all-
yt-sr-'nwntl ro-jrt, under tbe man
agvuicnt of the Fri--oHy intern. Ki-j
tensive renovationH an'l improve.'
menu have Uvn cff-cUxl which will I
make the Cremnt Hotel ejusl of!
any huntely to In- found In the South-1
wet."
f MicmtTi iktutM
5.t CM It IIAJ.Tk.kl- SJk,LA3
t A i mm
war
1
is said to be sloughing and leaking
badly. A special train with several
hundred laborers was rushed to the
danger point from Greenville.
Tickets to be sold April ll-12-13th
with final limit April 19th, An
extension of the final limit may be
secured by depositing with special
Agent and payment of fee of 50cts.
Myiterious Circumstances
One was pale And sallow and the
other fresh and rosy. Whence the
difference? She who is blushing
with health uses Dr. King's New
Life Pills to maintain it By gently
arousing the lazy organs they com
pel good digestioh and head off con
stipation. Try them. Only 25c,
W. T. SAUNDERS
Gsn'l Agsnt Passsngcr Dspartmant
ATLANTA, GA.
CAPUDINE
CURES
HEADACHE
LaGrippe, Colds, Feverish ness
Neuralgia, Sick Headache etc.
MONEY BACK
If it fails. For sale at all drug
Stores.
Asked for Bread and Received a Stone.
. (Contributed.)
The prohibition people of North Car
olina asked the Legislature for bread
and they cave them a stone, for fish
and they served them with serpents
Nothing better could be expected from
the red shirt gang because Aycock had
a drunken mob to follow him through
out Eastern Carolina, hence the Ay-
cock-Simmons Watts bill. The reign
of terror brought about by the red
shirt campaign is the result of lawless
ness which Is in all parts of the State
The midnight assassin is on the alert
and murder Is running rampant
through middle and Eastern Carolina
All of which is the direct results of
the reign of lawlessness brought about
by the Simmons-Aycock red
srane.
More crime has been committed in
the State during the past twelve
month than for any year In the histo
ry of the State. Every man's life Is in
jeopardy, and a terrible State of affairs
is in exlstance.
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
Mrs. Wiiislow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children wvile teeth
ing. It soothes the child, softens
tne gums, allays ail pain, cures
wind colic, and is the best remedy
for Diarrhoer. Twenty-five cents a
bottle. Sold by all druggists
throughovt the would.
confer- at all Druggist.
SOUTHERN EDUCATIONAL
ENCE.
i Richmond, Virginia, Apr. 22-27th,
1903. We ha vent seen the committees
Cn account of the above occasion report on that big penitentiary siir-
the 8. A. L. Rv. will sell round triD plus of which we heard so much
tickets to Richmond at one and one during the last campaign.
third first class fares: tickets to be
sold Apr. 20
Apr. 28th.
and 2 1st. final limit
HIGH WATER CLOSES MILLS.
Greensboro, N. C March 23.
Incessant rain is proving serious to
the cotton mills on Deep and Haw
rivers. Thi9 morning the Columbia
mm, at itamseur, on ueep river
had to shut down. Water on the
first floor has reached to the looms.
the tops only being visible at ten
shirt I o'clock, with the river rising rapidly
SPECIAL RATES VIA SOUTHERN R. R.
Savannah, Ga., May 7-14 1993
Tne tooumern naiiway announces
account Southern Baptist Conventoi
a rate of one fare plus 25 cents, for
the round trip, from all points South
of the Ohio and Potomac, and East
of the Mississippi rivers.
Tickets on sale May 5 to 7 inclu-
The Norfolk Landmark ventures the
following remark:
"Can the dead be brought to life by
any human power? By electing a
- mt a.1 VT
dead man to 01 nee. u 8ive with final limit May 20th, '03.
t serial at nra has arraneen for a conclu-1 . '
slve test." Extension of return limit cau be
If appointing a Democrat to office obtained until June 1st 1903, if de
wont bring him to life there is no hope posited with Mr. Jos. Richardson,
this side ol the nnai resurrection, ine Special Agent, on or before May
article iruui uiu uauumaiK. icieia
ANNISTON CHATAUQUA.
Anniston, Ala. Apr. 20-25, 1903.
Account 01 tne above accasion
the S. A. L. Ry. will sell round
trip tickets to Anniston, Ala. for one
first class fare; tickets to be sold
April 18th to 24th inclusive, final
limit April 26th.
AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.
New Orleans, La. May 5-8, 1903.
On account of the above occasion
the S. A. L. Ry. will sell round
trip tickets to isew urleans lor one
first class fare for the round trip,
rate from Raleigh $25.50; tickets to
be sold May 1st to 8th inclusive
with final limit ten days from date
of sale, but can be extended until
May 30th.
The Sunny South
FREE!
to
the appointment by the Legislature of
a Democratic member of the school
board of Yadkin county, who had long
since passed in his checks and gone
whem there Is no more ballot-box
stuffing.
WOMAN KILLS HER FOUR CHILDREN
AN0 COMMITS SUICIDE.
Norfolk, Va., March 23. About
noon to-day Mrs. Louise Burk, wife
of Peter Burk, an employee of the
S lell Manufacturing Company,mur
dered her four children with an axe,
set fire to their clothing and then
committed suicide by cutting her
throat.
20th, and on payment of a fee of 50
cents.
livery iacility for the comfort
and convenience of those attending
this meetingwill be provided by
the Southern Railway.
Rate from Ralegh $10,85.
For Rates, Sleeping car reserva
tions and other other information,
apply to any agent of ti.e Southern
Railway or address,
T. E. Green, C. T. A.
Raleigh, N. C,
I aufffered the tortures of tbe damned
with protruding piles brought on by constipa
tion with which I was afflicted for twenty'
years. I ran across your CASCARETS in the.
town ot Newell, Ia., and never found anything
to equal them. To-aay 1 am entirely iree xrom
piles and feel like a new man."
U, a. iiu .tones ofc., siou vity, a
CANDY
I f CATHARTIC y
VS - TRAD! MARK HtWTimP ,
Notice our Clubbing' Offer on
Second Page. Take advantage of it. HQ-TO-DAC ?.u mVE
Pleasant, Palatable. Potent, Taste Good. Bo
3ood, Never Sicken, Weaken, or Gripe, Mc J5c SOe.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
SUrifaf Ummmij C f7, Oitof, BwTwS. iH
aranteed by all drM-
JLE Tobacco Habit.
How to get it!
A POSTAL CARD
Sent today costs one cent
will bring to yoa And your six W
neighbors, tvhose names and t
addresses you send us &
&fQ Sunny Scmtn
for the current issue.
Send only Heads of Families.
This Is the South 's Great Literary Weekly,
sabtished at Atlanta. Ga.. only 50 cents a
year. Circulation now over 75.000.
The sample copy you receive will make
yee a regular Sunny South Reader. The
aper is not devoted to news, but literature,
remance. fact and fiction, and gives the best
of all within this wide 6eld. The most noted
southern writers are among its contributors.
Two good serials are always In progress
from pans of national fame.
Sft Sanny .Soixtl teems with
the Ufa of the great sooth. The genial sun
shine warms everything Into activity, and
Ate season Is never cold enough to check the
hand of Industry. The paper comes fragrant
with the breath of the magnolia and pine, and
gtves out the very aw of tbe orange, palm
and bay. The beauty and pathos, tte
romance and mystery of the land where the
corn stores up the golden sunshine and
the cotton whitens In the moonlight, will be
given In the well-filled columns of this fasci
nating weekly.
Send on m Poeta.1 Card the
nasaes and addresses of six of your neigh
bors who would appreciate' the opportunity to
read a copy of The Sunny South, and one
Hi! will be mailed free to each
Address cSl Communications to
GfccvStxnny South,
Atlanta- Ga.
SEABOARD
AIR LINE RAILWAY.
Short Line toprindpal cities of the 8outh
and Sonthwest, Florida, Cuba, Texas, Cali
fornia and Mexico, also north and north
west, Washington, Baltimore, Pbi.adelpbia
ew Yoik, Boston, Cincinnati,Chicago, In
dianapolis, 8t. Louis, Memphis and Kansas
City.
Trains leave Raleigh as follows:
No. 34. Northbound.
l:20 A. Ml, "SEABOARD EXPRESS" FOR
Norfolk, Portsmouth, Richmond,
Washington. Baltimore, Philadel
phia, New York, Boston and al
points North, Northeast aodNorth-
west.
11:15 A.M. "Seaboard Local Mail"
For All Points from Raleigh to
Portsmouth, Norhna to Richmond
connects at Henderson for Oxford
and Weldon with A. C,; at Ports
mouth-Norfolk with A. L. Steam
ers for points North and North
east,
No. 66.
11;60 A, M. SEABOARD MAIL FOR
Richmond, Washington, Baltimore
Philadelphia, New York and Bos
ton, connects at Richmond with
C. & O. for Cincinnati, Chicago and
St. Louis at Washington with
Pennsylvania and B. & O, for al
points.
No, 81 Southbound.
5 A. M, "SEABOARD JSXPKZB8 FOR
Oharlotte, Atlanta, Columba.Cbar
leston, Savannah, Jacksonville. St
Augustine, Tampa and all points
south ana southwest.
No. 41.
4:00 P.M. "Seaboard Local Mail
For Charlotte.Atlanta and all loca
toint, con nests at Atlanta for all
points South and Southwest .
I.
V Ripans Tnbule tnken
occasionally will keep the body
clean within, resulting In a
healthy and pleasing appear
ance without.
It is a Rood .sensible plan
to keep the body up to Uic
hili water mark of good
health all the time.
The p e r 5 o n who uses
Rinans Tabules feels rood all
the time, they regulate the
Doweis ana Keep inc siomatn
in good condition, and when
the stomach digests the food
properly, the chances of get
ting sick are lessened.
The little five cent cartons
hold ten doses and they are
convenient to carry.
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ATjiUU I
gl ALL DRUGGISTS avSuA-
NEW JOB OFFICE!
New Type, now Presses, new Machinery
Generally,
And the very newest faces of job typo
Made!
It has been said there "Ia nothing new under the sun,' bnt oar oat
is new from garret to cellar, and we employ only tbe very best
Workman Known to the Art
OUR PEICES,
While not the LOWEST, tie as low as good work can be done for.
Everything Done in the Job line
From a small Visiting Card to a Mammouth Poster. Prices and eamplet
furnished on application.
IVI. J. CARROLL
SUCCESSOR TO WILLI AMd A CARROLR.
BAT.TO
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ELEGANT CENTURY UPKGSfT fUXO, S12S. VsRartatS;
ELEGANT PARLOR ORGANS, $25 UP. Vanastai SS ymni
a toe trial.
ELEGANT CENTURY SETTING HACHINES, BALL-BEARING, $13. T7axzaaU43
est en see mat. cash ur east eoktklt pajelkti.
we bat
No. 27.
6:27 p. r.
"Sbaboakd Mail" for
Southern Pines.Pinehurst, Atlanta
Columbia, Charleston, Savannah,
Jacksonville, Tampa and all points
South and Southwest. Tickets on
sale to-all points. Pullman berths
reserved. Tickets delivered and
bandage checked from Hotel and
Residences without extra charge at
UP-TOWN TICKET OFFICE,
Yarborough House Building.
C. H. Gattis, C. T. and P. A
Phones 117. Raleigh, N. C
H. S. LEARD, T. P, A,
Raleigh, N. C-
WRITE FOR FREE CATALOGUE.
CENTURY MFC CO. wrXo.701
I factory! JJ I
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PRICE
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loffue No. e. Quoting
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ottr Factory to Consumers avt
Factory Prioee. This guaranteed
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noneet people located la ail parts
of the world.
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