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A card Is Issued, upon which the i)itrclias cr writes the date of an en ;,': aur,t and posts to the society's offif". l'y the first io-t on the day of his en gagement the card i3 received by the purchaser. Log Pirates at VVcrk. Officers in Minnesota and Vir;co,ii!r arc trying to, capture a K-tS of !oc thieves v.ho are very .sneee-. fully op-r-iating cn tht uppr-r MisdsKlpp-i. tak ing the very host los- from rafts, oven when guarded by electric fxarcMi.'-hf: and armed men. A ?ai;g v.as d.t;-c-.ee taking loys from a vahiablo rft tiecj up across tkc river from La Crossx. Ho expert are ttio thiees tl at the succeeded in getting a good fctriug ol logs. The gang has a Hue launch with which the logs are takrn up ir.tt some little bay by !ay. The gang nor. busy near La Crosse Is or.ly ono cJ f.everal crov.r' j ci' !'?g pirate? whr have ETicccsEfuiiy operated the- Missis Rip pi for jxars. fin. -Milv. ink.: Ten-cloven the of tho world's peopi north of th fcfyifetr.r Am Line Railwav T e.m a, Al anti. New Orlei ii an-J PoiaJs S vvt'i SOUTinVAIlD. iTiilv I1Piiv Jt 'oun 12 :e. a . U .': i;m 7 20 1 1 5 10 t.m i HI in 7 0)i;n ?-ir,i!.r, 30 :!5 ! rn '2 13 i n II l?.a 2 1 f-7 a-n 5 10 urn 1 i-5 ain c i j,tn 4 Oil :im 7 10 i.m ftnari 0 0.1 irn 00 a:n 10 10 a n IBiOtm liOa-n 2 ia 4 15 a C.'0 i :n 0 00 a-n 0 1 5 rlu"r.i)Tin li 0.", ain (5 c5 ta Lv. vv.. p. It. K I.v. Phila.J.'!i.,!a Lv. Wash.. W R. Py. I.v. Pi!iivifind, S.AL. Lv. N rliu Lv. Kaleitrh Lv. H..utl:nrn I'ins Lv. Hntr lot Lv. C'li!iul)ia Ar Hata-Miah Ar. JftckS'-nvil?- Ar. .'t. Aiik.'usiii,' Ar. Tarn n I t N.Y.. N.Y.r.&N. Lv. Phi'n.lHi-Ma N. : 7 55 am 10 P. am N". 41. f 25 p'n 1! 0!) 'to Lv. N. Y.. l. I....s.;,i 3 00 in Lv. HaltPnorn.15. S.P.Co. C SO pra J V. 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New tcrfc 7 3 am i. i0 pm J 00 a n 7 5- i.tn 1 15 pm 12 10 am 6 65 pia 6 30 am 10 c0..m 8111am 11 15 pra ! 35 a;j 12 ' am 1185 am 2 48 am ' 1 Ou pm i 23 am 1 .' 0 nm 5 27 am 4 02 pm M0aa 4 55 pa. 9 0 am fc 36 pm 1125 am Jl 25 mu 1 40 pm 2 56 am i 15 pai . fcSOaa -t Daily, scoot suuiay. JCaatral Tims. "liastera Tiao. fE.p. 1 vrilllx2aii Ira"wiDKKooai Sleeping csra 03 4U SnJ tr9' YoTk to tlaata. JacS soDvilie and Taaij.a, Ticket, oa sa! to all . Points. Xallmaa rervatioos made upon Sny th"7 T1CkCt AKeDt f lhl3 C''S- UP-TOWN TICKET OFFICE, C. H. GATTIS, T. P. A. PbnntB 117. 1U eigb, N C. B. BjiQ. iitu'i PaHHenger AgeLt, Pormiijoatb, Va. 11. Burr, Prenidmt sad GcBeru. "SEABOARD Wcrk cn S!np!cri Tunrsel. The Jusffrau bcrir;,?, b!ch tssy fairly tc tnA to rival the Sleepier; tun nel, is apprcaclsins co:t.'rlcUjn. In tLi C3e, bo-srever, the 1 or.'-t la tip, instead c tl. rough tte t:ojata!a. A !;c:;'ht of .! 0 ynrda bis alr.ady been n ached, and there fcti!! ren.air.s a Wat 720 yards to tcr?. The aim is u get. by a funicular lliie, to the Mer de T!ace, which ofTrs one of the c-st parse rcnas of FCt5cry ia tho worH. T - !, r!(i?, nhkh i'.l be tho highest In L';ro;.o, v iil bz f.ni. r. ' in tiar;e for the railway to be opci.td st the end of Kc". Contrary t rced-cal tnticipa- tior- wrrl tlors. ti.e n:rn enjoy rrl'.r.di-i health at the present great elv KaUer A-1apt 0ii;t' !iUo. The (jerrcan Kwperor Lm ordered frou a Ucrbn firm a equality of pri vate ro'i-ppfr s:a:i!p?d riih U.e Un perlal c;?gie Jiurt'u'.Uidd ly the rib'-j.i of the Order of t-r ;arir (f wiii .i he is a Kt.dhii, v.lth its uolio, XIo:;i 6oit Qui iiial y pet:-.e." FITS orrTi'inr.tlvcnre c." i.'.-. Klia-r- (ir 'it Nerv'.d,..,)5t'r.jrralb,):i.'?fndtr' -iti-j-j ;- It. P. if. Kusr.Lt'l.. r.il Ar??i l'jilu., 1' i. In Ouito every one uncover ta a Ca-'a oj Kr.htin'r.. JuT.sur'Phj'-rin forni rnntioT ?-vV 1 my life throo year. ;i?o. "las. Tuvaus :on- The Ilfi of a bicycle, if rejuitily ued. Is fur year'. Pride tnahes the weight. cro; crashing .So, CUKE YOLH I jNEY 3. Tro'itiies Snk In, Oet nt Cause iJon't m.il.o the tnit.t k- of bt-!b-v!::j: back p.clte and Id.'.ddtr ills lo b" lo al ailments. Cct at the u-c and in' Kium-y?. i,s I;ni's Kid't. I'. whlrli lave ci:. ti;.ju-;in is ,, (Japt:ii:i S. 1. 0? Vi' aV' Unntvr. or ii.i- Wyiie avenue. ' ;ivs: "It was three years itgi that I u?pd Doau's Kidney I'iils for an jitt;) U of kidney trouble that was ii:oti.v hack cche. and they fixed mo up tine. Th-r Is no mistake i;bout that, a tut if I should ever be troubled again I woe.id Kf tnem tlrot thing, as 1 know what they are." - For snip by nil dealers. Price -f.O Cents. Foster-.Iiilr.rn Co.. Puffaio.X . SENT SAMPLES OF WARES. 3y Phoncrrph and Fhotccraph Man rtr Judged of Actcr. '"This is a marvelous ago we live in," Kiiid a the?.tiical manager, "and ts marvclcysnc-ss va?j hrcusht homo to mo forcibly last vecd:. "i had written to a French tenor md asked him what he v.ouii take to come over here and tins next reason, flis reply consisted of a letter and two cylinders. " 'I will come for $.303 a week the l--. Iter said, 'and I forward in another package samples of my voice and cf ir.y acting. "The Krge cylinder was a phono ?raphie record of one of the man's o!o3. Tho pmsller one was a moving picture of him singing the sclo. "I took the two cylinders to a deal 2r, and cue we put in a phonograph, cho other in a moving picture n:a-.-hir.e, and then started tho machine 'Til the phonograph simultaneously. There he was on U.e screen, walking 'P and cowe. the stago and gesticulat rg, and there was his voice issiiins n sonorous note ; ft cm the big phone 'rarh hern. I fret frcni it as satis factory an idea cf the man's talent as I could have gotten if he had visited -iie. Cu:cr Erliori Court Decisions. A new tt of false teeth was award ed last May a Camr-cs to a Clapton coachman whoad bitten i:pon a small rcbble w!i5eh had rumefcow get iuto 3 pteak-puddiss he was eating at a cof fee shop, and broken and strained the set of teeth he was usin;;; while "the first and second rick cf the next litter cf pups" was -the amount cf damages ri'3vc-!y entered fcr a Pi?i-Uow dcr fancier who had had a little trouble with ancther of the craft as to the disposal of some pedigree fox terri-. cro. safest root) lo Any Tims of TrouVo ii Grape-ota, Pood to rebuild the sii-emjtb. ahd that Is pre digested must be selected when one is convalescent. At this time there Is nothir.g so valuable as .Grape-Nats for the reason that this food is nil nourishment and is alsa all digestible nourishment. A woman "who tssed It says: "Seine lime ago I was very id with typhoid fever, so ill everyone thought : I wouid die, e.en myself. It left me so weal; I could nc properly digest food of any. kind and 1 also had mmdi bowe' trouble which left me a weak, helpless wreck. "I needed nourishment as badly as anyone could, but none cf the tonics helped me until I finally tried Grane Nuts food morning and evening. This not only supplied food that I thought delicious as could be but it also mudo me perfectly well and strong again so I can do all my housework, sleep well, can eat anything without any t:Tce cf bowel trouble and for that reason alone Grape-Suts food is worth its weight hi gold." Name given by Postua Co., Battle Creeki Micb. Typhoid fever like some other dis eases attacks the bowels and frequently sets up bleeding and makes them for months incapable of digesting the starcacs and tliorefore pre digested trrapc-.nts is invaluable for the well known reason that in Grane-Nnt .-ri the starches have been tra astern ed ;f;.;'Ilap??Uf1!: Tnls lha first stage of disres'irn li.-is -i,3a ,. I chanicaliy accomplished in Granp.vn; food at the factories and therefore any one, no matter how weak the stoma-b, can handle it and grow strozg, for all 'the nourishment is '31I there. There's a sound reason sind 10 day a trial J2rov.es, m nr -J . oil ' . rrl ' t Corn removes from the soil large quantities of Potash. The fertilizer ap plied, rr.uft furnish enough rotasb, or the fcp.ti wi!l lose its pro ducing' power. . ca croj ei,i rtt. CLRMAN KALI WOHK?, filE DIVORCE EVIL Charged Tl.at Livcrces and Saloons .re Chsdy Linked BUXTON HOT AFIFR CISiiflPPOTTU Wintton Deputy st ths Episcopal Con vention Attempts to Bring Up tbs Lir.ucr Qucs'.icn in Connection With the Debat2 on Divorce EiTd Yields Only to the Time Limit cf the Ses sion. EoUon, S:jc.,;u1. A r.arked division of sentiment ro.qardin:? tho proposal to prevent iho ie-mairiae of the in nocent party to a divorce during tha '..fe of the fcrnier partner dovclopod at tod-iy's nesion of tho House oj Depufi'Jo cf tho Episcopal General Convention. The bo.mo, sluing jis a ccnunittoo of the w-hclo, di.enssed tho irsuo ail day, and many vehement ad-dr;-;.-o3 were m?de on both sides. Several prominent delegates cx prcctisd tho opinion that in view of tho rrreat difference of opinion th.2 prc-:ont cenferonco would not i.'A cu tho matter, but would, like it; .re- dicosscr, refer tho problem to the :ext tiieniral convention. A coiumoticn was caused by John C. Buxtcn, ef Winston, N. C, who attempted to HtiTc tho d;vorco evil "'it h the iieuor qnesiicn. Mr. iiuytcn is the deputy who, cn 'bo op'.-iirj, day cf tho convention, at'mpted to road a resolution cen Vuring Bishnp Henry c. Potter, f : e ,y 1 ork, tor opening too subway 1. In 1 romar. he ed tho opinion thiit it would be better for the church to curb the liquor traf fic before citantj.ng tho canons on di vorce. Continuing, he was saying: "If, in stead of a high official of the church lending his .:enec to tho dedicator cf saloons " when be was interrupt ed by a point cf order. Mr. Buxton was admonished by the chairman. St 11 ho attempted to make some fur ther reference, indirectly, to the sub way tavern, but was promptly called 'to order by the chairman. The tima limit of the mcrnlng session expired before Mr. Buxton could continue. James McConceil, cf New Orleans, oppo'cd the adoption cf the new can cn. in a dramatic speech. "In God's name, he declared, "hew can a church legislate to take away the pain cf innocence? What rifht has anv cne to chang3 tie meaning of Hi wcrds in St. Matthew's Gospel? Where is tho man to expound away tho written word of tho Son cf GoJ himself?" Rev. T. J. Beard, cf Birmingham, Ala., was opposed to tho adoption of tho proposed canon because it com premised tho church as a teacher. George Foster Peabodv, of Urook lyn. thought that ail additions should bo voted down. The debate was put over. The lie us o of Bishops presented tho ArchbisO;: cf Canterbury with a silver loving cup. The. -English pri vate wiil leave the city for New York tomorrow and will sail for England cn Mcnday. The resignation of Bishop Thoma3 A. Jamg-:;ar, of Southern Ohio, was received and accepted by the House cf Bishops, and his coadjutor. Right. Pev. Boyd Vincent, becomes bishop of the diocese. Wood Acobci Kiils 16. New York, Sp2ial. When Herman Sachs died ia Roosevelt Hospital, 20 minutes after be had been admitted, another death was f.dded to the long list of fatalities 'which Coroner Soho !er believes were caused bv Jhe use cf weed alcohel in the whisSey sold in the saloon cf Rudolph Fritsche. There are now sixteen deaths on this list. Sachs was seized with violent abdcmenal pains this afternoon. Cor oner Scheie? was notified and a hur ried investigation showed that tha stricken man had been drinking wbis key bought at Fritche's salocn just before the police took possession of the place. Still Fighting Stubbornly. Mukden, By Cable. Stubborn fight ing is still in progress, this being the third day of the engagement. It is im possible at this time to say what has been accomplished. Hospital trains are continually arriving from the south. The wounded are being sent further rcrih. A dressing station h3s been es U.'olisheJ on the railway platform here, wtcie nurses and surgeons give prompt attention to the most urgent cases ts for the tratns proceed. Battling Hard Near Yentai. St Petersburg, By Cable. General Satharoif. teiesranhins confirms tha reports of the Yentai. where tha heights were alternately held by the P-rssians and Japantse. . : . . Gcnejals Trdusceff and Ramanoff fa command cf the Sixth Siberian RiHea Division, wa$ wounded in the leg, but did not relinquish his' command. Tha loss eo are not stated, and Jcecrdin5 to the latest advicsa ibs fcacth? la contia Ung today. vim y) FARM TOPICS LOOK AFTEH STOCK WATER. TL! Is a Drjbty jro-xl time to look after the soe!r ttater. A vnvr can'l mate cooi milk cut f the slnth of a loud-puddle uny ni-re tharf a miil can laake good fionr oat of rottea wheat, THE TOTATO YIELD. The average yield of potatoes la the United States seldo't reaches 1 f bushels p4r acre, yet SC) bnthtls v.'ouM vm be a large aTera.'e If farm ers would gfdeci their varieties ami use suffl-letit fertilizer for i-.rJuting lare crops. LIVE SCARECROWS. A well-known Vermont farmer U re ported to have fticcessfnUy kept off the crows from a com field by locating several roott-r? in boxes at various distances throusb the lot. The crows appear to obJ?et to the frequent crow it g of th? roosters aud keep away fiom the lot. THE HORSE IX PASTURE. When the work Lorses are to be idle for a week, do ':ot turn tbeui into tbe pasture and let them stay there all th? time without any grain feed be cause "they don't need it." Bad bo.si i;css. The change is too sudden. They ought to have their regular grain feed. Lit they reed not have so much of it. KEEP1X'.; STRING BEANS. If there is a surplus crop of siring Leans they may be packed away in .'-ait for v.e in winter. They can be .so kept until beans come 'again. No crop is more easily grown than string Lean, as th.y jrrow rapidly and are very prolific. Being a summer crop they mr.y be had in succession until frot. ron COOD WOOL. Dryness is one of the requiremenis in the production of the finest grades or. wool, and it is a fact that exposure to dampness makes the wool harsh and brittle and the liber weic. The natural oil which is necessary to ihe hei'.ith and natural growth of the wool is washed cut by the rains and the qual ity of the wool is thus injured. A WEED DESTROYER. The mower is an excellent destroy er ef v.-eeds, and every piece of land that !s covered with them shou'd be mowed before ihe weeds go to seed. It is the feeds that do the damage, and they arc cfien overlooked when the weeds grow in fence corners and locations not reached by the mower, hence a close observation should be made in order not to let a sincie weed escape. IN FLY TEMi:. Among tna various anti-switch dc rlces, one of the latest is that of a Mr.ina farmer's boy, who places an old bicycle tire over the cow's back so that It holds the tail closely enough to pre vent any vigorous activity. A tem porary blanket cf old bagging is an other good toil restralner which keeps away the flies besides, and these en courage quiet behavior on the part of the cow. EAr.LY MOULTING, I The advantage of early moulting is hat the hens are done with it in warm weather and ready to begin laying again when eggs are scarce and high. The standard method for startins the moult is the Van Dreser plan. Begin ning early in the fall the fowls receive very iiltlr food for two weeks except what they can pick up in the runs, j Than they are fed liberally cn dough, meat scraps and grain. The hens stop ' laying quickly and begin to moult, get ting a new coat of feathers in about a month from the beirinnin of the treatment FOR LIFTING BOWLDERS. Getting out bowlders- from 'cultivated fields is a matter of no little labor, es pecially if the bowlder is deeply im bedded in the carlh. A largo stone can be handled readily when upon the surface, but much more laborious digging is required if the bowlder is to be hauled out by "main strength'' by a team. A simple bit cf engineer ing that will greatly help in this ease is shown -'ho accompanying ilius- tration. Two stout two by foiir scant lings are bolted at top and placed above bowlder as shown. Chains are fastened around bowlder and fastened to scautlings a third of the way from bottom. A long chain or rope from top of scantling to- doubletree of the team gives the connecting link. On starting up team the bowlder will be lifted cut upon the ground very easily for reasons that any one with a me chanical eye can readily see. O. 31. O'Uair, in The Epiiomist. FINE OLD TINDER BOX. ntcresting Curio That Recalls the "Good CJd Days. ' In these days of electric Jighting dnder bses stand in the same rela .icn to illumination as a flintlock does :i the modem firearm. They, how ever, serve as interesting curies, and -any at present in England ara cr eate to a degree, and show no little irtistic and decorative skill. This ne belongs to a Mr. Oswald Barron, tie procured it in Flanders'. It 4s "of azd handsomely corded on all it? :aces- On tio sliding lid i3;rrousit i tuliplika Sower, rising from an cr- aaiacatsl pot. The bos Is seven ncd j half Inclie loag and tss only one division, which ia lonsltudiaaJ. IK Mrs. Haskell, Worthy Vice Templar, Inde pendent Order. Good Templars, of Silver Lake, Mass., tells of her cure by the use of Lydia R Pinkham's r t Tr-.-r-rf ' v- F.mr ve Ciatioaanl uir-vatica. 1 endared d?iiy untold a-;.'u:y. and life war. a l-nrdcn to me. I bad -jsod ir.-dicioes and washrs iule-ri.ali? and c-vterur.tly ttnta I made un wv tha', there zs no rrc! for me. Ciillb-.i? t the le;:m. o. a frnd. i u -aiecd a bottler! I a ilia bl. VluUiuinCs Vc.fr.blc Coinjxuaul. Mv friend endorsed it Jiig-lilj- uad 1 ti-.iJed to jjire it a triui U it would helo m. It toolc patlenco and perse v-rence for 1 wa. in bad condition, r.r.d I used JL-ytl!; Pink ham's V actable C'on:iaxmf! for nca-:ynvc mor.tbs before i was cured, bat tvtaS a chircr?. from def-puir to happiness, from raisery to the d.-tbf'.itful exhilarating feeiintr health rlways brin.r-. I would not change back for a taoucird dollars, and your Vegetable Com pound is tt grand medicine. - . "I wish crerv sick woman rcttld trv it and bo cor.vineeo. Mr.s. Ipa Haskell, Silver Lake, Mass. Worthy Vice Ttmpi-r, I ad; pendent Order of Good TempUtrs. AV!:cti a medicine ha been successful in more than rv million case, is it justicu to yourself to .say, without i yin it I do not believe it would help iv.e" ? Stirdy yen canuct v.iali to remain v.'-alr, and sick mrJ lis couragrc;!, exhattstcd with each day's work. Vu J:sive some derangement of tho feminine organism, antl i, JiH T. PiHJ.'ham'H Vegetable Coninouad will help you just a n caivy as it has other. firs. TilHs Mart, of Larhnore, N. D., says: fuse, but two monte.; I beenn:? parts were s trengthened ' to pcrforM tho work witliout .issif.tan.ee rnd pv.n. I HUc a. differ Vxl V' wiVrr tl?':l2 h ent woman now, where befi : e I did -not care to W?&&?'z I live, and I em plee??d to tt'fy au'.to the good l.?piI'Vf:::.47::, I your Vegetable Compound has oore for we. " ' J Sincerely yours, M us. tn.i.iP. V, akt, Ea r j aiore.N.D. V'vxVMfWV Be it, therefore, believed by all women who are ill that Lyd?a i5. Pink ham' Vsrc- cost all letters addressed to her by sick v. omen. Perhaps !hc has just the knowledge that will help your case try her to-day it costs nothing. ORB. LEATHE RMAN & BENTLEY, Cor. JIaiiotta anJ J-"orsyth St Atlanta, O;. What a Bird" Likes. J Bird3 like a little sunsnine too much is fatal. A bird after bathing ! may be hung for CILecn minutes ia i the sunshine to dry his feathers, bnt ! she aid not remain longer, ays House- j held Animals." Do not hang birds in a window. All i v.indows are draughty. Do net per- mit a draught from an cpen window to strike your bird. Do not allow tho temnerature cf the ro;m -ahcre tbe bird is kept to drop suddenly. Permit your bird to go to rest at dusk, keeping it cut of a lighted room. -"' Keep canaries in a temparaturo of 55 to 70 degrees. Never make a caick move about a bird or move it suddenly. fc4sfem Bw:::" nit Vegetable Compound ara a.fo I was narlv us 1 vltn nan " Dr:A.r. Mns. Pisirn am : I vuijrhi 1 are been Epared inuay icor.ths of mnvr'n anu pa hi if I had known "cf tho cQIeroy ,f T,vdi i iZ. Pink ham's Vcprctnbh; Comiiound a few rjontbs Eoouer, for 1 tried niav.y ie-;:ciies vritaont litid irj anything- v.-birh ln.lpcl ir-s br-f.-ro I tried th Vegetable Ccaiour. 1. 4 di-.-adcd tlc approach of the menstrual period every mcnlli, as it mcaat much sufTerii-g v.v.A T3in. Circ months tho flow was verv icai:' v a:.d oi 3'c-rs it was pro after I hud the (.'ir.pomd fur i:"piU;r an-. jctrraj,ivrsl so dl, and tha table. Compound is tho medicine they should take, it has stood the test of time, and it has hundred s of thousands of cures to its credit. Vt omea should consider it unwise to use any other medicine. ?dr. Pinkham, whoso address fs Lynn, Mass, will answer checrruliy and without GENTLEMEN, WE CAN CORE YCO? 20 years of successful practice is a ptelly Kood record, Don't yon think? OUR SPECIALTY IS CURING "TO STAY CURED" Diseases "Peculiar to Men. Consultation aud i:.a.ni jir.tlon rre. - vrite or call. All cor reepondenee treated coefdentlal. mmmmm VI hit riK9 -7The tot .rucr fcj, rcn'ov tfA ln cr jr. '.zfi-'j 1n6 cf ut. work. v4ry wit h jr.-vst-'te 5ICN OF ViTJL CASKS! C2.!idW.lC5a'iaC g freckle: curcv jt I 5 f s-.w.fiHtioTrf rwits chps. c" j if CKARICSTCN. -S.'.C. X " A rc Sate AT AH. W,-t3 TL- 1 p ELIXIR, BABEKj The Quitit .nd Sa.- Glr9 frr MALARIA. CHILLS. FEVR A'iQ LAGRIPPE. It u a power "e! tonic and ips t"xer C.ta!n. o Qaf np or Arsenic. N 2 EI.OCZV."(iaj A .'., AVo.kl4r.D.C. CURED GI"2S flu!ck Removes all s-rrelliag in Stoio iaya ; effects a in;:ini:t cvrt iy ?.oto Co davs. Trialtreat-.neat Stven free. ICottiJy pcaa fc; faire v3 W wnte vt. . ri. neo sons, ui Srrf rMMu 'tax n AUaaU.Qc A "SnCces Traiisfns School. - - - -t52i7i,(.x "S- iy srrt.iL- U to New Ytv. Write Jlr csttaZcguf.' Andrew: Colt.ey Cclleje. box iuu. W iiK.iii-tor. Del monarch sxc.ijr.prri.EB. u r...t,miuj wir.- ut 'rrr?,?",'J'5 t"?--a!it a t irj f 'iiO.K! i V s. Cataliv- -. CJBCZJUXUS CO.. Loo Trev, la! o. 43. Maullrted rfih mm. m 'mm mmm OoWpy College U & JiuiDPr and 6io:thr4i3 mil"! in riepff J'mit Two tarti, vtjv;r5 .T fifty pcucdi tsrb. frniHsl' fieit cn tt? bar.is ct & -. 1 1, - ctr. ruT near t-f . ...... . annslodfoi ci th? p-c boat tbern. Doth t-- were tisetl frryiy an! each wa obliged to tion offered y l is t. , the fpht sdxsnt till femed t!r;'t - x tl if- Atlantic CoaslLijir Ptd lia; ;h ; TBAlN.i GOING rnr.r , a.m. r VTeid a SI f 9 J Lt f xtoro It si L R'ty Moual 1 0i i: :i Lt Wtiava 1 li n jj Lf tM-tai 3 iJ :j n L rayrUrtui... .1 l ;i Ar Jficrac 1 Si 3 .3 ArOchl-ioro. L OvKM-ora Lv Mno:ia Lt WUciaftoa 1 t:a M' ii a!;y. !Jtr7i 13 tl p. k . Wit.-Oi. i i) , n , f ta. ili,u- La t 23 j. rn. u oa C p ir.. ill u t i 4 l "--f Til.MNrf OOI J i I allr. ri. - l 1 li. A H 2 :) L n.rer.ea .... L Ka);icTll:.. Lt s.ia.a ir Yncn , Lt vTH.TJr.cton Lt !Jai.t;l: Lt (iujt.Qfo Lt TTJJaon 2 2 Ar Jiocky Mocr.t.. a SJ .... 4 t -. i J .1 ! Ar Tarooro Lt larti-r., S 31 Lt P.cky ilour.t..f t4 Lt Weldcft"-'....4 53 r-M. A k fi Traia No, 4, dail, jfT, ")t SOS ara, Ka,ti.vUa a t. ui:,, 12 V6 a ta, Vbpjoa 1 li r, m. , at Itocky Muiiut at 1 13 -t i.-.. Yadkin Dlvieioa Mr!n i - . . k': Fayette!!! 12: :c p. . .- ! . ; 2 m. T1119 12:42 p. m. erilvts t D. rn. Elrturn'.cz Ijv.m i i p. rn., arrive Kttt'v e l; ; Uave rayttTil!e :3 s..-., l: . -i Wllmlrgtca 7:15 p. ro. Dcnnetr97lli L'rar.rii-T;!a Penaetuvldo 8:10 a v., !.!tit.3f i t, in.. Ped Sprink-3. 3 . 21 a. 1 ! . P4 s j ID: 41 H. m.. Hop- Mil s i C iC t. r. j riva Faytlterin) 11:1. P. 4 loves FayettavJiia 4:45 :2 , ;; Mill 5:C0 p. in.. P.e 1 ?rr!'f i ! il m , Mastoa 6:16 p. tr... c ;;$ in aettivlilo 7:15 p. it. Ojnr.e;t!ons at Ki.y'ter:: 1 train No. 73 at Ma; ron Ob u Cared in a Ccatral V.n'.lx-.-y. 1: Sprir.su wltb the lied :.; ti! t more railroad, at Hanfor 1 - . L board .Jr I.in and South : at Gulf wiia the Durham m Chr j Riilrcad. Train cn tea Scot!r..! IWr D- -I Itoai leave Wcldon S:i: n., i' ' fax 3.1$ p. uj., nirivcs f,-.i-i :. I t 4:10 p. rn , Greenv;! i t? p s. Klaeton 6:45 p. m. Uctutr. r? ' Klnittoa 7:33 a. r.. fin -n!::e : m., arritlng Halifax at P. C 1 z tVeldoa 11:20 &. ta.. 4aily net:: . day. Trtlas oa Wpshlcrim n.-r:h '.''. Washln?fon S'.'jO a ra.. ! l arriro PCinoIe 8:CS a. n-.. nr-i I I m., returning Icst Par.:.r S l' m. tnd 5:22 p. rn.. arrlv? Wiit'.sr 10:35 c. rn. and 8:16 p. a, call.''1 cept Sunday. Train leaves Tarboro. I except Sunday 4:3.. p. flay, 4:35 p. in., trrlvca C:35 p. m., 6:20 p. n. leaves I'lvmc-urh diilr tu C, J4 nr.. H- I':rir.o:i t 7:20 a. m., and Gunisy a. rive Tarboro 3:G3 a. n.. II C5 . Train en Midland N. C. Frtal leavei Ooldabcro dally ezceri '-ti'T 6:C0 a. m.. arrJrlng S:.)iti:f.e:i 8dU xa.. returning l?avea Fr-d'-h? f!i a, m.. arrives at OoMsboro 23 fc Trains on NaahTlP.t rnr.ca k. Ro:k7 Mount 9: SO a. n . 4:0. ? rive NaahTill 10:20 . rn.. 4:M ? SprJnp Hop it: 00 a. r?., 4:4-3 p s turinj leavs Fprir:? Jrocs 11:13 1 8:15 li. m. NanhvilJ. 11:4: . rn.. I J L,p. m.f arrive at Rc:ky M- ?! ta., 6:20 p. in., aasiy ec-?;.t Train oa Cilntoa Dran-rh ' sw fcr Clinton dJily. e. ;' 1:20 a. m. end 4:15 pp. m. H?:u: leaves Clinton at 7:0; a. m.. iC A p. rn. Train Ko Td malrji r'.'-t c st WV.don fcr all pointi I- iti .ll rail via RichmcLd. Y.. J. ( ;II A 10. General Tz.-zpr Af-:-J J. H. KEr.T.Y. C.-n'I. bl u:. T W HTMCRPO.V. Traf?' Mir:,r- 7 ATLANTIC AND li. C. R. I & Timo Tablo Nj 2H, t i l U ':! Kandiy. November liri. 1 V !i. a. in., Eteru Manisr l i'' jere!c Titsu Tubl N j. ilT, -f b, 1302. Pun -. 2'ast. D'iy D'ly lt o It; o siAiio:;i A Al. P.JI. 8 2C 8ti I.aGrar-o f 8 3; iiu Failtbg Crtei 8 48 I2:l IJ..ca " Rin-ton Ja::3 t Q 02 f 4 ai ir.w-u :4 8 13 4 43J Dvcr ?. ' ITiaea hili'' Taj'T-jra 9 SO 5 03 3 11:1 ICcaje Cr t:r' 1C l'J 6 43Ar .. . ji' s :s f : .5 5 5-JL7 f C 15 I C 13 6 4 . . TV Cra:aa 6 43, K-w;or: f 6 43 V.'illT c j f C 64 At::i3 7 fll ff:..3l CitT 7 UAr 2I.Cy OP-1 Lv ? f A.1L PM. Train No. 9. fr-tt. leave- -V'.'' MMninl-ciara Trntii N". 10. freitht. arriv-s at j , l IU 45 a:n. ilwuday.ttoJ; aecuiiU-cnu. I btwp vu clonal. 8. L. DILL. D - F-w,.'iJaJ euf t. Sifter wi I i C Li Wi. 1 li 1'".