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rr l at the l'otit oftW : in Kal-itfh ., as ;;iiil-clas mail matter. KKOM Ot;ii K:HANliK!. .,ui -squlba of Interest Welfave atb rrol Wltb Our PwU-Kot a ad tier. W hat a tix the Democratic party v..u!d le in il" it leaderx followed Hit- Japan plan of committing hui nie when they make .shHhy Aurora. mistake. A Democratic uicmter of the la--! leifi-lature informed me th rir-t juestion that was aiked when a man orcompiuy made application to !r incorjxirated a. a plai-e to uiaii utiifture whlnkey i-: "Is he Demo-I rrat.'" Ho much for the Wall law. - -S. A. Lawrenc e. T-.vo y'rs in tlie Stale, six months lie county ami four mi tut hi in the precinct next pre ceding the election is the? require n. iit for voting. If the voter has tut lived in the precinct four Hiuliilis jiriwi iu nir; mtuiiwn itiu jiu g to the precinct from which inliit he removed and register and vote. I'ii'ioii Republican. KiiKKI Al'tJ II AM) SKLLS Kits CIRCUS Ki'.OTIl Will Kthiltit in Itnioitfb Friday, Novem-l-r Mil (Jraod Street I'arade. Ailam Forepaugh an3 Sells liroth-ers"in-us will exhibit in Kaleigh mi November 4th, afternoon and niht. This is the largest ani te-t circus that will visit this city thi- year. it will furnish whole Mtine fun for the young and u'lj. Among some of the special features in its menagerie will le found a collection of fourteen living, full grown Polar bears. The first apI'Hranee iu America of the ltruin l.K-u.-soim, the famous French fam ily of seven equestrians of both ?eies, introducing their commingled itareback and Four in-hand Park Brake acrobatic performances, de serves sjtecial mention, as tho only entirely new circus feature kuown to the arena for the past fifty years. The achievements of Diavolo in 'looping the loop" on a bicycle is a uare-oevu acconipiisnmem mat nas i a a ia a. il . 1 I KMven him world-wide prominence. I Prodigious Porthos, the trench pro- ie!-sionil exrt, who on his cycle J leaps across a chasm oO feet wide, is I a parallel feature. Cyclone, spirally by J. Sidney Hairis and Wiley Lu ascending a wheel the perpendicular f&st being cut in several places on iuside of "The Devil's Chimney," surpasses all previous whirling won ders. Mons. Hubert is still another French ?ensationalist,w ho also makes Lis first appearance in this country. In one of his equestrian acts lifting a sulky by its thills, he leaps there with into the bare back of his horse, aud in another, after pel forming re markable feats of jugglery iu a park tart, drawn around the race course, he finishes by balancing the cart on his chin. Religious Training- in the Home. Writing in the November Delin eator on "The Christian Spirit in the Home," Mrs. Theodore W. Bir ney says: "Tne ebject of reigious training is to enable the child to rectgnize tLe divine laws and to learu to obey theiu. These are not matters of ireeds and doctrines, which vary and bear more or less the human imprint, but are the messages that we hear when we listen to the inner voice. Even young children can le made to understand that this voice is not one we hear with the physical sense of hearing, but it is a voice that speaks to our minds aud souls, and the more earnestly we listen and long to do its lightest bidding the clearer will be its mes sage to us. Christian life in the home requires that the child should be started right, that he should be J given, as one author expresses it, I 'right primary ideas on the great relations and duties of life.' In no way can he obtain these as through the conversation and conduct of his elders." Xorember Detiener. The Dt signer for November pre- " .... I adults and little folks. Women who contemplate making Christmas gifta for their friends wi!l find this mim- ber of the Designer to be a fund of iPnla odviiniio ctvrlCHi Xtve U'intAr Tor I fancy-work information. In enter tainments are effered a novel drill, "The Red Man's Thanksgiving." "A Thanksgiving Cornucopia Party" and "An Archaeological Party." Ida Innes contributes a pretty love story, "In the World of Today,"ored man, was knocked down and and W. Living-ton Lamed a droll I killed by a box car in the Southern tale for the tots, "A Transferred Thanksgiving." The three depart ments edited by the readers of the !flPerL::W5iL?e,.A Aue uu neips Along the Way" are lar irom being the least interesting part of the magazine, and give to it a pleasant personal element. Wataon'a Electorial Ticket. We have been requested to an nounce that Populists in this State tan secure Watson's electorial tiekets for distribution by writing to "Hon. A. C. Shuford, Newton. N. C, nd in your names at once, so the tickets can be forwarded to you promptly. a rser Mtvr. J. T. Broagbton, J. J. Hentelle and Ellntrtnn Bernard, ICMJO-.Tlitli; udidatea in Wake county, spoke at Garner 8turu, K'it A geuteruan who wan pr. nt told ui that there wu 15 white men and 1J colored aud 14 boya prent to hear tint apeakers. There was no entiiu-dasnj among the audi ence or epeaker either, nUII tbe ueruocrats will call it a big Demo cratic Kally. Wauoa H in u,,, btt TuboruCb "2 7th. We are in receipt of a letter from P1- J- Floyd, stating that there wtviaucha demand for Mr. Wataon in the Wet, that he had agreed to release him from hit date at ioro. Oct. 2,tb, for that reason. M-rkia( to Uboir county. j Hon. I.M. Meekiug, Republican ii'Miiinee ibr lieutenant governor, wili ad.lress the citizens of Ieaoir I county, in the Court Hou-e, atr k'it,.ti.ri on Vw at 1 U I iu iiAi(it) in bi.oom. I'rculiar Virginia I'beuom.n Attributed to a Itec.ot JlalUtorin. Lauray, "aM Oct. 16. A most re markable phenomenon is to be wit- " -Mili Creek, in this county, where the large orchards of Charles W. Painter, James L. (Jrubbs, and William Mayes, and other farmers are iu full bloom. Every tree is cloth! in blossoms as in the month of April or May. Moat of the trees are apple, but fruit of every other kind nhows the same atrange activity. This singular departure from the course of nature is attributed to an unprecedented hail storm that visi ted that section a month ago and completely denuded every kind of tree of fruit and foliage, it is be lieved that with the leaves all gone the energies of nature were bent in another direction, and the process of fruit and leaf-bearing that, under normal conditions, would have been renewed in the spring, is al ready begun. The owners of the orchards despair of a crop next year. !KAI A. V A DEBATE. Two Youdk Men Arreted, Charted Witb Killiuff II. H. Moure. Dunn. N. C. Oct. 17. One of the bloodiest homicides iu the his-! tQry ot this section ol the county . . . occurred last Saturday night at Spring Hill school house, which is about four miles west of here. H. B. Moore was stabbed and cut to death his head, lace and neck. Mioiatera Determined to Vote for liooev-U. Chicago, 111., Oct. 8. A stormy debate was caused in the Rocky Kiver Methodist Conference lo day by a paragraph appear in the report of the committee on temperance, which was construed by some of the paslors as hinding the members of the COnlrence to vote the Prohibi- tion ticket. While the majority expressed themselves as in sympa thy with the Prohibition movement, they ahowed they were determined to vote for Kooseveit. 1 tic bard J. Marstou, Junior, ia Killed by J. 1). Honier. Ilenderson, iS. C, Oct. 17. Mr. I Kichard J. Marston, Jr., died about o Ut,,,l.,T ni,..rtar tho most excruciating sunenug. xeaiu . . a 9 f-v - I resulted from a blow struck by J. D. Homer with the handle of his hve when Mr. Marston went to hie place of business (Mr. Owen Davis' warehouse) to cowhide him for in sultlue his father, Mr. Richard Marston, br. Homer is in jail. The Asheville News says: "Judge Parker's mother says she used the switch on 4 All on' when a boy. Doubtless, for Judge Parker was apparently brought up in the way he should go." And 011 November 8th Judgel - . I Parker will get another "switch ing," and he can go back to Esopus, the way he should go. Dead Hody JToand Standing-. Cumberland, Md., Oct. 16.- -Jas. PnsDrrnvA. aired fiO. missinc from hit " " " " Jome m Frostburg some hours, was und last night standing upright, dead' l largf S? engine-house at Eckhart mines. His hands were clasping the intake! pipe. Killed in Railroad Yard. Winston-Salem, N. C, Oct. 18. I Albert Clement, an industrious col- yard here to-day. If the Baby is Cutting Teeth Be sure and use that old and well-tried remedy. Mrs. Wislow Sootmino syrup, for children teethin-r It soothes the child, softens the gams, allays all pain, cures wind colic, ana IB uuo UeoV icuicui iui iiiuiuiti Twentv-flve cents a bottle. For FiTe Centa. The Caucasian from now until Nov. 15th for 5 cents in clubs of 20. If you haven's the time to get up twenty send ten together with fifty cents and we will send the paper. Tfvm omr Foltt of VImt. One of the ntrane!t thinly In the world to u Is that we ml) have arn on us tbo-e who would Dtfht the jivil war over again and thcao who would end-vor to add fuel to the flame that were kindled be tween the North and the South. Great men, patriotic men, men who are loyal to the government, make every effort that lien In their power to oury oeyotm the nope of a re surrection, the memory of the breach that once existed between our sister tales that He beyond the "Mason and Dixon Line" and the fair Sunny Southland that gave u birth. "Bill Arp," who in all probability wu the best posted man fn the South, Tar-L.iin, r-t. wu one of those flre- tt fin (T FJ ... f .EfW. WMXim fliMM.t M M r,v ih- ,.MKe,t who buried the hatchet and nought to heal the bleeding wound in the dy, of "ntruction, or if he ever WITO luctu wc uuu uu recuru 10 Bnow that he ever quit abusing the V7.-v .in i : . i .11 r 4 Iurm Imy CUIU 1U 0610. I a i ... aii nouor, we ay, to those pa triotic men who are as noble and grand after a crushing defeat, as when flushed with the glory of victory. Those who nourish hatred and animonity and allow them to find a home in their boHOina, are not wor thy wf the prutection of the laws of this glorious republic of ours, nor are they loyal to the flag that, "In triumph doth wave, o'er the land of the free and the home of the brave." Clinton Caucasian. Headache Can be Cured with Dr. Miles' Anti Pain Pills. If roar nerras are subject to dlatvrfc anoos, auch aa Haadachaa, Neuralgia, Backache. Rheum&tiam. Menstrual Tains, Sleeplessness, etc.. their jarring and j&ns-linar can be quickly ended wits) a Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain PilL Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are pleas ant little pink tablets, which do not aot on the bowels, nor do they have any dlsacreeable weakening or hasit-fena-lsg effect on the system. They are the result of the latest aelen tlflo knowledge on the subject of rain, and bring relief safely and Quickly to the greatest sufferer. Tou should always keep a box of Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills in the house, sine you never know when pain may attack you, and it is wrong to suffer when your suffering can be so quickly relieved. Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Puis contain no opium, chloral, cocaine, morphine, or similar drugs, and are sold by druggist under a guarantee to relieve yon. or pay your money back. . By relieving Pain, Dr. Miles' Antl Paln Pills shorten suffering, and length en life. 25 cents. Never sold in bulk. "I have used Dr. Miles' Anti-Fain Pffls when troubled with headache, and find that one put infallibly effect relief In a very short time. I also use Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills when necessary. I am considerably afflicted with neural gia of the head and find these pills of much benefit to me. They are all that Is claimed for them' GEORQH COL AT, 219 Oakland St., San Aateaio. Tex. TIT "HI1 Write to us for Free Trial XlfrJaJIi package of Dr. Miles' Antl Paln Pllla. the New Scientific Remedy fer Pain. Alao Symptom Blank. Our Specialist will diagnose your case, tell Kwhas WMin&9nVEDiCALkc& laboratoriks, blkhart, aND SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. Short Line toprincipal citiea of the boath ana 8outawest, Florida, Coba, TVxaa, Cali fornia and Mexico, also north and north west, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia Iw York. Boston. Cincinnati. Chicago. In- dianapolis, 8t. i.ouis, Memphis and Kansas City - ni llollio i-yivw ibAJUiu 1,0 iwiiwiTO -t we v v a.w a. aa m- v v ar 1:20 m. 5JEA.B0A.RD PRESS, ' for ALL points R& eigh to Portsmouth, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Phila delphia, N-w York, Boston and all points North, Northeast and Northwest. No. 38 1 :00a.m. "SEABOARD LOCAL MAIL" for ALL L0'L points Raleigh to Portsmoutu. varllna to Richmond ; connects a. n der8on"for Oxford and WeJa,i with A. C. L ., at Portsmouth Norfolk with ALL wTEAMERS for points North and Northeast No 66. 11. 9E . ( fik't DflAP M MATT. I - " . TTr7V " Baltimore Philadelphia, New York and B s on. Connects at Richmond with C. & 0. for Cincinatti, Chicago and St. Loui?, , at Washington with Penna, B. &. O. fr all points. No. 57. SOUTHBOOND. 4:15 a m. "HEABOAKD EX PRESS" for Charlotte, Atlanta, Columbia. Savannah, Jackson ville, St. Augustine, Tampa and all points ou.h and southwest. No. 41 4 00 p. m. SEABOARD LOCAL MAIL for Charlotte, Atlanta and all local point?, Connects at Atlanta for all points south and touihwest. No. 27 7:10 p. m. ''SEABOARD MAIL ' for South rn Pines, Pinehuret, Atlanta, Columbia. Charleston. Savan 0 ah, J ackeon ille, Tarn pa and all points south and south west. Tickets on sle to all points, Pall man berths reserved, tickets deliv ered at UP-TOWN TICKET OFFICE, Yar borough House Hu lding, C. H. GAT riS, C T. & P. A., Phones 117. Raleigh, N. C. Z. P 8MITH, T- P. A, Raleigh. N. C. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH CHICIUISTKK'S ENGLISH J vHh hlaa rlbttom. TikiHtlkM. Stfv. aaAI RaUefrarlAaiaa,1 Mail !, Tatl .Hi all Drocsin. Ckiakaatar fVantoal 1 va a Ml J At 70 of Heart Dia- OQdo Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grateful. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Effected Cure. Heart disease is curable, bet ia people d advanced age it doe dc readily lead ttaelf to ordinary treatment. There ia, bow tret, hope tor all sufiereta in Dr. MUea' Heart Cure, which we knoe? from waUhmg hun dreds of caaca and Irom Ue letters of grateful eufferere, will cure where all else ha fa Jed. It is not only a wunderful cure tar weak end diseaacd heart, but It u a blood tornc, a teg ulaior of the fcearte action and the most etfectie treatment eer formulated for im proving the circulation of the biood. "During the Civil war I contracted heart disease, and in iSgo, while living in the grand old town of Leiirton. Va 1 grew so much worse, I left these with oiy wife to risit my aister-tn law,' Mrs. T. A. Kirby, at Roanoke, Va. Wluie I aid nothing to anyone 1 sever expected to live tj return to the dear old town. On reaching Mrs. Kirby's ahetnikted I should try Dr. Mi ca' Heart Cure. 1 pro cured a few bottles of it,al o the Nervine and Tonic After using one or two bottles, I could see no improvement, and I despaired of ever being better, but ray faithful wife in sisted on keeping it up, which I did. Im provement soon began in earnest and I took in au micen or sixteen Domes, l was re stored to perfect health and while I am 70 years 01a, 1 am comparatively a boy. You sir, are a benefactor, and 1 cheerfully recom mend Dr. Miles' Heart Cure to suffering humanity." J. L. Slaughter, Salem, Va. All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr. Miles Remedies. Send for free book en Nervous and Heart Diseases. Addxes Dr. Males Medical Co.. Elkhart. Ind. Order SO Coplee of the Next ieaoe. Send us $1.00 for 50 copies of the next issue of The Caucasian and di tribute them among your friends. It will he quite an interesting number. Mr. Sipp Young man, how dare you swear before my wife? Boy How did I know your wifo wanted to swear first? FHleiO tYbIM TO GVTH- RIK. TWO TRAINS DAILY. The Capital of Oklahoma Is now reached via the Frisco System 3:30 p. 111. train irom 01. ixjuim ; me iu:u a. m. train irom jvansas vny, z-k m f a. 1 r " w- y-a f a arrive at wutnne :uo a. m iu:uu t 1 il A AP 4 . . . v A. I A. 1 A. riA T I . IL . AA I train irom r. ixjuis; me n:ou p. m. train irom Kansas uuy arrives 8:15 p. m. The return service to tneixormana itst is equany con- Venlent. x 1. BkT a- J w- a. . . a . I On this new line of railway, minyewni miies aisiani irom a a l a. 1 a a a vnanuier, me ionowing stations are located, viz.: Lowe, Dedley, Mer- ricit, xcontum auu Aayior. ine ex- a. . a r a. 1 r 1 1 ww t mi. 1 tensions opens a new neia in ierxue umanoma, onering goiaen oppor- yvi 1 1 at ii I tunitles to those seeking homes or investment. In purchasing tickets, avail your- sen 01 me snoriefii ana quicKesiiat Bay' "Kiss Me" (child and route irom ot. iouis or ivansas City Frisco System. I T niversity GF NORTH CAROLINA. ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT: Pharmacy, Medicine, Law. Free tuition to teachers and to ministers' sons. Scholarships and oans to the needy. 620 8TUDENTS. 67 INSTRUCTORS. New Dormitories, Gymna sium, Water Works, Cen tral Heating System. : : : fFall Term begins Shptember 5, 1904. Address, FRANCIS P. VENABLE, Pres't, Chapel Hili N. C. THE CHAM BERLIN Screw Btmp HacMie. Tha onir Stamp Maehinsla tb world thM 1 iifullj polla all cImm and Uca of twnpa. CHARBERLIIIRFG.CO. OLSAN, X. Write for Cataloerr ad rnn usr Something Doing . 0 ALL THE TIME AT THE GREAT STATE FAIR RALEIGH, N. C, OCTOBER 17-22, 1904. Mammoth exposition o'f Farm, Garden, Household, Commerce, Art, Science and Manufactures. The Pike is the greatest place in North Carolina for friend to meet friend, and to have a jolly good time. j; iiicnb uiais -i nere. - The best fun-makers of every sort. A eala week for the Old North State. Ashley Home, President. . J. E. Pufriie, Secretary. Claude B. Denson, Treasurer. A 1 tr Yir uk nr. i If you Ilk thU imu mil urn 111 ribt away for 0 cop-, to UluiUi: ataoug your frirtKi. We hav a! few hundred cvplt t for your ordera. I The New CW-Wlut time do you hae break fa. IT Mm lligbblower At eveo- thirty. -Well, Ol'iu sorry ti can't be wid ye November Smart S-ei. A Mataetavattcat Het One added to one tqusU one. But of fcuriH the one uiut tw woo; Then add a divorce That's eay, of course And one tuinut one fuuaU on-. November Butati txrt. Three uitat SteiotiOD Olftrs TAKB YOOR CHOICh Tfere's Big Value for lulls Money io Each Uf Them THE TIME TO SUBSCKIB' The choice of three great premium offers may be had by persons who subscribe now for The Caucasian. 1. We will give The Caucasian for one year, regular price fl.oo, with the Farm and Fireside for one year (two i.ssues each month) regu lar price 50 cents, and a Peerless Picture (your Choice of 24), all three for fl.OO. 2 Or, we will give you The Caucasian, regular price $1.00, with the Woman's Home Companion. monthly, regular price $1.00 per year, auu a reeness I'icture, an three for $1.35. 3. Or, if you want to try the paper to see' how you will like it, we will give you The Caucasian for six months and both the Womans Home Companion six months for 75 cents. The Farm and Fireside is LpIendid semi-monthly paper of 24 to 82 ffood-aized ulain nrint I " 0 and nicelv inu,trated. Th Womana Home Comnanion contains 60 pages of interesting matter. It is a monthly magazine nicelv illustrated and devoted to gubjects of interest to the ladies and !Vill1rori Tf vnn or nnt rtloetiorl wIth it write to ll8 nnd have vour I w money returned. Th 24 Peerless Pictures which you may choose from. Here jg the 1 . I Affection' Immaculate Con- cation , Murillo: Pharaoh's Hores," Herring; 'Gueen of Flow Lrn i a o0r wt-v uPhrM Tba. fore Pilater, . Defiance" or "Stair s sjaa A.ata v v wssat mssijv A-ns 1 tTh T.fttio KhonhorHoM " UVp)iJ J ) -ss. av Aa a a aw iv a- w. va "Portraits of Wasbingeon, "The Finding of Moses," "Can't You Talk?" "Waterfall by Moonlight," "The Horse Fair,- "Tbe Straw Yard," "In Memoriam," "Sunshine and Shadows,', " Grace Darling and Her Father," "An Impudent Puppy," " I am Lord of All I Sur vey," " St. Cecelia." These pictures j are on the very finest picture paper, ! and in every way suitable for fram ing. Their size is 20 by 25 inches, except "The Horse Fair," which is 18 by 28 Inches. Send us your order to-day. Address, CAUCASIAN PUB. CO. Raleigh, N. C. WANTED ! Live agents in every county to se cure subscriptions for The Cauca- itiv Writ im trvdav for Lerm. Uub offers, premiums, etc. Addre. CAUCASIAN PUB CO., Raleigh. N. C 8PECIAL RATES VIA THE SEA BOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY To Raleigh, N. C, Account North Carolina State Fair. The Seaboard Air Line Bail ay announces that on account o' the North Carolina Ft at-Agricultural Fair, to be Uld in Rale srh, Octo ber 17-22, the will have on Ble thla including oce ado tickets at sp cial rate of one fare, rouud trip. g oce aam ssion to ite Fair Grounds. The tickets will be on sale October 14th to 2lT, In closive, and for trains arriving lo Raleiffh before no-n of October ZZd, 1904, with a final retnru limit of October 24th, continuous passage in each direction. There will alco e on sale special reduced rat a for brass bancs, military companies, etc , when in uniform Thea- tick ets will be sold from all point in Virginia at,d Norti Carolina." For further information apply to yonr nearest Seaboard agent. C. H. Gaitts. Traveling Passengar Agent, Raielgu. N C. 18 PECI A L. KATJS8 TO r ACINIC I s COAST. I The Southern Railway an r ounce blithe followiig low one way. colon ut fares September 14th to October 114th t Baieigh to Pnscott, Ariz $48 25 AaieiKU W WU r&OOBW.Ual., 0 Raleigh to ttpikas. Wasn.. . 4775 Through excursion stopera from Washineton to San Fra ciseo three times a week, passire GreeoBbor" Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur days. T. E. Grein. C. T. A., Raleigh. IS, C. A HAPPY M0THER f- Cjn,. f a.w J v a sav I m tml mr V satsavy. t a4ftt4 a eas hm e m if j" sjj I aM m I ltt UH tt!f M atW 1 J Sf wa tj t m m- t . fl I 1 B rrt I a4 tf S V4 4 ttnmm 9mm IX JTN -.f f I 9mm4 SM4 t II V f VH 3 I - tfc4r sw.k tt taI I V fix 1 " eaaa4vr a-v wa 1 Va JL I y J S4ira Se Simm aeUa tmv aW mm I I ' T LT I (Wil p1va mt a:t. f tt n jjbf jr Zkjf J a. a . vatcfe acta e tta tnf tow Mas) tv V inf.aamatioa aa4 I of very tvectr ca I Wiue ct Car oooeerring her stn f bearin Cardui eorea Jl outseerrinff br streeftk lor the orOoal ol cb.klUrth Afire that ' event Un nun prwanta danarous tiling and UI mit U cakk ttoormy. Wum ol Cardui is tbe o&e cxvlK.be a sawiWr aWU nat beiwr and altar childbirth All druffisU sell $1 DO Uatka Wtaa U Cardui. S 0 WANTKIi HpCiAI, ltKl'Kf SKNTATl VK it! tli- county aud adjiniig terntorien to represent aud aIv-rti an old e.lar Iihed bunincr houe f mi1j1 finan cial standing. Salary $21 wwkly, with exiiifceH, advaiueil each Mon day by check direct from head quarters. lioiN aud luggy furnish ed When liect-reasry ; ixmition r manent. Addrvw, Blew Brother A l o., Monou Bldg, Chicago, 11. SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE ACCOUNT NORTH CAROLINA SI ATE FAIR RALEICH, N. C, OCTOBER 17 22, 1904. lbj Houthttti Railway will 0er e for th accommouhtiuu ol it 1 rln i s ih. fojovKiiife' extra tiaim du VWobthuay and liiuis daj, Oct. 19 ana 2UU : Train Itav: (r, ntlnno 7:00 a. m , arrive 11h1 igi, 10:20 a. u .; ltavt Oafuru 7:1" a. in , nnv knl elgh 10:00 u in., Uav Mi r. 1 an t"H (itive Goidabori) 9:00 a. m. arrive Kaleigh 11 :tKj . m. '1 lii u trails w ll s op at all statioi.8 for ).ast hgei h. Special train leavis Kaleigh re turning : Fvr Urtensboio, 5 ;M) p.m.; for Oxford, 5:30 p. 111.; for Moiehead City, 5:30 p. m. Norfolk A Ws:raln train No 38 will be hfclu at DLiham untl. 0:30 p. m.on (Jet 19th, auu 20th to connect with spttial traiLS Kaieigh t" Tiain No. 130wiilie hero until 5:00 p. m, on Out. lb-19 at.d 20th for accommooation of uatiuiiH f re m the tast. lhls tpiendidly atraLgid tx ra servico icg:her wih out regular train.-, whuh nvI.1 be piov.dta titti txtra ihro vill afford ample accozumooatiou for those wlrhig to ttULu iLe fair. to iNo rate tou.d uip tickttn en salo Ircm all points -Aithin the rllo of Murtli Carolina, ,iiC!Uu ing iMoriolr.. KuLuiotd, Ll11h Ljtthtur and inttimtdiate (.oin t us b&ie Oct. Hit, to 21bt ii CiUBlVe ana for trnins arriving UaUigL bekru noon tLt 2'2ud, final lin.lt Oct24tL. 1. h. GhN, C. T. A. n. ikh, iN. C. FERTILIZERS AT IMPORT PhJUrr?. NlTKATK OK tODi, MUKIATK OrCOTaSU, Sulphatc of Potash, Nitrate of Potash, Genuine Peruvian Gaaoo Buy pure material, mix ih m according to y- ur r- quirt :i e.ik and save money. Smith -Davis Co., (Importer.",) Wilmikoton, N. C. 2 Three limes the Value ol ni Oiher. One'. Third Easier. Ooe lhird faster. ' The only . Sewing Mtchin that does not fail Jn any ioint. Rotary Motion and Ball Bear ings make it the lightest run ning machine in the world. Agent wanted in nnrapii territory. Send for circulars and terms. tola & Wilson Life, ( o Atlanta. Ga. r 0 a. w m m-v wsj sasss rwruirn arraaa c rgitatiaiff Bmtn!i. ai4 riv 0 a&4 strrciiTUk W tb akli affrt4. It com fektartv out - k?wTi reaae ovariaa truwUev barren or and aiJa tbe tebr la "D0MESTIC.M Better Than Ever ! Tlio Star that loads thvm all ' The M-w'tny mirhlt. fir ti hin to ! iW'tl by tttrur, wlf, Uurh ler, lii-lrtv". Trst'-iHir rUll Kl!hr Chain r -k Wlim Write fur irculiri ad rl" COMESTICISE WlnC, IMA CHINE CO., Ktt AUK, NJ. Kindly M ention thit r. NOKTH f4AKOl(:NA HTA I K FA I II KAI.KIUH. N C, OCIOBKK 17 I!04. 'Vh houthern Uahwy fintiounrtfc un HtiotiDl o! ihi'KloHi occasion tow rcund trip iatf of one hiat-cls atiiit d litre fur ihm round trio plus tl't tiulswhuh nc ire od- u ir'iion 10 t ho Fnir Ori.unb. Tim ra'e applus to -ll olrjti in U 8tHt, nr.udlni: Noifulk, HlcimutuJ, Luchhurg, lai.v iI!h ard luiftiiiH diatn h HitH in !- htitt" ot Vlr ftiuia. The foli wluf; thU apply Irviu points ranud; poiHtlonatelv low rte appiy from ail ih r utiO! f hariotto. l.r; Fort Clt. 8 30; fJoUboro. .Urtou, f0.; 111 a. 1 40; Ciattt 1 ": DurhHiri. 1 33; Ortiieboru. fit 5; Wics.ii, $4 10; IlillelKMO. 1 ; BuriiDtoii. $2 4.r; hap-1 Hid. $li).; Noifok, IfirtuioDif, 5 30: IcvlM-, i'A 15; L 1 m ur. fr0.fj; I'turkivill.. t2; haM . i.fl W; haiiibu'y. ! W; i on- C III. jU; lll J"V)I f '..; 1i lM, $i 0i; I'lit. Lev. I ?l IM ; i'ril-t ttoi.. $1 7t. Fur military ntrHiil tiil tt.m. tatd. iJ t,t u;or du one tlcki t, very ;ow rouuil frip r.t o! named n apphcalloti. T i kHn on October till 10 21, t, inclun.ve, aio n r train nrrU iig iu Kle)tfii btfort- u on Octolr 22, lth tlnl retum limit Ocioo.r 24 h. For rated from inte not quoted or any otb.r Iniormaiion. cai on ny kent f ihln company or a-!-drtgs T. K. f Ikiis T. A , halei. h. N t ECZEMA nu. rami, ait ma. tis. Ut It CVIC IT tSAt I ttT, tf It TU FttLtVlti UTTU. Tb Ee fiat Co Chicago. CtHTLCMKM Eocloard fto4 oot iot1ar topty fA" a (xx bar boula c-f tC-Z I N E and 1 canta tor Ee-cia Soap. 1 bare oaaxl nearly all iba bottla yon mm and it bas donm mors tot m ibaa all etbar srtenu com bin ad that I baa employ ad for tomt veart. I have Keiama ea both ttmn saI m koee and I haa bca so bad at ttnn I bad to ra on atilf ft. Sine I cftamrncd iba oa of H.C-I N my troebls bat naarly ditappcarad. ia fact it facts tike i on wail, but (beta area fw roofh apoiayat I don't want to atop treatment ahh eti botila. Send dm another bod la aa ttum poaatbio sod a eakaef aoap. alter I a it I cxact to ba porfacdy cared and then I will tell yo all about it. I baa been wider treatment for four year sad I ras'l begin ta tell yott what 1 haa a offer ad and tba treat trouble and aspenae I faava ecdored ia tkat tine, but 1 bav great bopan bat I wilt aooa b earod. I certain I y b!ira I ba atrack tb rifbi (snodr at laat. Witb beat wtbea I am Mt. Plea tact, N. C SBO, Reward will hm paid for my akin ear, UHMA, W.EJ. tttst rsttts. rlwrUt. Mt Vbsfl. ee whixh the new Radian maedyZC-ZIMC. will not car proaipcly. Send today lor a f KfcK treatment, to&cieat to care say ordinary . THE tC-ZINE COMPANY M. Kt'PERMEIER. Saka Aet ttt Dearborn Street. Chicago. IO.