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The Caucasian AND RALEIGH ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERY TUCIWWAT 'T- CAUCASIAN POBLISHIHG COMPANY SUBSCRIPTIOI BATES: On Ykak. Six Mouths. Tbseb Mouth. 11 (0 60 mu. cxi.x xot ax exkmy to LAliOIl. Certain Democratic papers and pol iticians have circulated the report that Mr. J. Elwood Cox the Republi can nominee for Governor was a member of the organization of High manufacturers that had trouble with the labor organizations in the lock out of 1906. On Saturday ten prom lnent manufacturers in High Point, all Democrats, signed a statement to the public stating that In view of the recent rumors they wanted to sav in Justice to Mr. Cox that he was no a member of the organiza tion manufacturers who had trou ble with their labor in 1906, and the only times he appeared before the organization was as a mediator It has also been charged against Mr. Cox that was in favor of higher instead of cheaper freight rates for North Carolina, but this same card from the High Point manufacturers states that in every movement un dertaken by the business men of that town to secure equitable freight rates, better equipment for shipping their products, and better service In handling same, that Mr. Cox has al ways taken an active part and ren dered valuable service in bringing about more favorable conditions for those who had to ship freight. All the charges against Mr. Cox have been proven to be without founda tion. Watch out for other canards, as their only chance of winning this year is in fooling the voters. VJIV KITCIIIX SlIOtXD XOT ELECTED. KKlttKiaBLICAX STATE rLATITHOL If Adopts at Mate Com ration at Char iot Asgut 27. The following- is a copy of the Republican platform adopted at the State Con ren tion at Charlotte An- gutt 2?th: "We, Republican of North Caro lina, In convention assembled,, com mend the wisdom of the Nation! "With II Im It l Hole or liaJn. He Kale, He Will ItuUt." (Editorial In Lexlnjton Diipatca (Democratic) Juoe 10. 108. The DNpatch haa opposed Mr. Kitchio. bHIerlng. and still belter- Ing. that hi nomination mesms diH republican Convention, and con era t- ruption In the Democratic part and ujate the people of the United States Injury to tle Ommonwealth. In the on the nomination of William H. miUt of a campaign reekln with Taft for the Presidency of this treat M , . . . , . Republic, and we endorse the prin- Hlander. falsehood, hyprocri.y and &nd polIciei5 of the Republican blool-cardlJng c!uu-ge Uat great party Bg enunciated In ita platform nionter are about to eat him alive, at Chicago, June 16, 1908, and we uiii. . ,,t n v-ar of allute empti- endorse the administration of The- . l.lm In "Vnrrr fliirt "We appeal. to the people of North rip-nortiK demagogue turns upon Carolina to Bet the welfare of our a newspaper that punctured his ga gtate aDOVe party and above preju- Imk with facts, and like the ASS III-: dice; to exercise their freedom to m. iirava; Von are a liar.' In the vote according to the dictates of con . ... . science, and to choose those men for .uwLe . . public offlce whom they deem best he will appeal to the prejudice, to fitted to MrTe the public interest. the passions, to Prohibitionist andlve ask the people to consider to the anti-Prohibitionist with equal I whether they will best promote the eae; will array claw against claw, I welfare of the State by committing . r , . . 1 its weuare oi me otaie uy coraum- labor against capital, man against I Ug affaIrg man. Democrat against Democrat,! w control of the Democratic until Xorth Carolina will sink in the! party or by voting for the candidates esteem of other States to a level she land policies we offer, lias never sounded before under Democratic rule. With him It Is rule or ruin. .If he rules, he will ruin." We ask all thoughtful North Caro linians to consider particularly whether the present Democratic Gov ernor and Legislature have dealt wisely or Justly with all classes of our citizens in the laws they have rprontlv nasd rnnr.prnlnsr railroads At any rate the Democrats can't ld the vio,ent measurea they have say anything worse about the Repub- recently passed concerning railroads licans than they have said about and the violent measures they have I taken to give these laws effect. We believe in regulating railroads and other public carriers strictly and "The people of High Point appear carefully and in compelling all cor- to think well of Mr. Co and they p0 rations to obey the law as faith are the people who should know f uny as tne humblest private citizen. mal convicted of similar Ssa. We p!edc mrmm to & literal appropriation for the cam and tup port of oar charitable InaUlsUosa. "We favor tfee exemption from taxation of tiro huadrs-d dollars worth of personal property owned by each householder In the Stat ol North Carolina. "We believe la the disnity f la bor and the elevation of the ws earner. and pledge our party to the enactment of such laws as will" best promote this end; we believe , that labor and capital are co-ordinate branches of our Industrial life each necessary to the other that neither can prosper without tho other, and looking to this end we pledge our party to the enactment of such laws as will, so far aa possible, create the kindliest feeling between labor and capital, remove all causes for con flict betwen the two, and promote the upbuilding of both classes In North Carolina. "We favor restricting immigration rigidly, admitting none but the bet ter class to our shores, and protect ing American labor against foreign cheap labor of Europe and the Ori ent. "We believe the South should no longer hold itself politically separate and apart from the rest of the coun try. We believe the time has come when no Interest or principle any loneer demand such isolation. We ask the people of North Carolina to k ptatoltV little pltisH An armlet la a UtUe am; A fortlet Is little fortrew To keep the people tat harm. from A rtralet's a Mule tiro; A illlet la a little rill; If there were ssch a word as piiWt Twonld doubtless xaeaa a Utile pUl. rut here come la a Taxing problem And gives our English tongue a rub " " Why are not triplets little Journeys. And doublet just a little dub? If there were such a word aa toblets Twould mean of course Just little sobs; Which, being so, will tome one tell me Why are not goblets little gobs? T...IU mmi ffsTrf SfftVCt IL I lieiiiS fiM3 A ftn ohtceo farm and gt! r, xtT wt U the .Jam. dence. located o public cro, r,. . I i " and remaraa prcTc.y acre xa. arg wiec. trr . - whacked, rr-rv' : ' .A.m are lot I nvumw - " molt common joa porham A diseases that pre- I building new. Apply to al, taey alnwtt tbe U w?Ts XJ tXA f TW South era road. A. DAVID SPENCE. ISNT THIS A BARGAIN? If ro ua o3 tx& mmAUL fcitf : ' srOir io (tie. f4 U riVolc oSt Tas CAtXAtUn. pw Mobet' u?aift. MMtUUr. Why little walls called are not wallets, And bullets little pigmy bulls? And why are pullets little chickens Instead of tiny little pulls? These are the points I find vexatious In this old tongue our fathers Taunt. I'ye bothered so I'm getting gaunt let That Is to say, a little gaunt. To older heads It may be easy. But as for me, it makes me 111, him "Taft buys a new horse." We bet the Bryan trick mule can wallop it In a kicking match. Wilmington Star. Guess you are right. The Demo crats are noted for being chronic kickers. But we do not believe that Legisla tures are competent to fix absolutely the precise rates at which passengers and freight shall be carried. We are sure that the Legislature of this State, which attempted to fix passen ger rates absolutely and neglected freight rates much the more sub stantial grievance of oiy people had neither the right spirit for such If there is any subject W. J. Bryan an undertaking. I HUll Ul LllO U lllLtTU. OLctLCS, UUU LUCJT thrPW thnnsands nf Vnrth f!arrtHn- would like to know it the Constitu tive us their suffrages, not merely because the Democratic party under At least until I get a skillet its present leadership, both in the If skillet means a little skill. State and In the Nation, is unfit for John Kendrick Bangs, in St. power; not merely because the can- Nicholas. didates were here nominate and the policies we recommend, are worthy Mr. Webb and His Negro Politicians, of acceptance, but because every Re- Jke Crawford, a "negro politician" publican vote cast in the South is a who is out ln the Interest of Con- vote for freedom, a vote for tne rignt gressman Webb, Is highly pleased of our children to enter fully Into wIth conditIona. He says Mr .Webb the life of the great Republic, which makine bie eains in Cleveland. our ratners lanorea ana iougnc ana He wIU take up headquarters next suffered to establish." tn fwvipnhiirtr conntv. Just what kind of effect this will have on de- E Pluribns TJnum. cent Dem0crats ln Gaston county and Since Cleveland's day it's been my the other eight counties in the Ninth fate t district will only be revealed in the To vote and always be 1 November election. Bessemer City Enrolled and counted on the slate Messenger. Among the G. O. P. How will the above strike our Democrats? Bryan feeding negroes My party s somewhere Heaven in Nebraska, and weDD using tnem Wilmington I fans out of employment. "We denounce in unmeasured terms the unwarranted and uncalled We can at least look forward to for attack of the Democrats on capi tal, culminating in the fight on our railroads involving the State as it did in costly litigation; paralyzed business, threw thousands of labor ers out of employment, drove mil lions of capital from the State, and Star persimmon beer every fall. OPINIONS IN A NUTSHELL. WHAT PLEDGES DID MR. BRYAN MAKE TO THE NEGROES? An Associated Press dispatch from Topeka, Kansas, Says: "Mr. Bryan arrived here early in the afternoon, and was met by an enthusiastic crowd. He went to the Throop Hotel, where he received sev eral delegations of enthusiasts. One I x a. i ii riAa-. i j n 1 of these delegations consisted of ne- " 8 ui ume me uia a vruv-isent rairoad securities down to less groes. The doors were closed during ernor wno can worK sometmng else than half theIr value . . i , . . i hoelrloa ma mnnrn Hirlrnrv M er I me visu ana noooay Knows wnai We pledge ourselves, if the peo- was saia. u is a uckiisu question - pie entrust us with power, to set our in Kansas, mere are a great many cowoa ainct tw btns t tnu,ctn negro voters here, and they have a Mr. Bryan is still speaking. Glenn The Injustice which permits wealthy nami oi voung accoraing 10 weir quu siuue ue was uuwieu uuwu at iue CQ ationg and individuaTs to prey which sacrifices property and de ranges business in order that cheap Keceipts so far do not indicate tnat j demagogues may get to keen office. Mr. uryan will be embarrassed by we favor the policy of the State finding his campaign overcapitalized, furnishing free of charge and under wasnington ttar. proper regulations to every child In J the public schools all necessary text We believe that Mr. Taft will de- books; the further improvement and feat Mr. Bryan. That means that j extension, at whatever cost, of the Mr. Bryan will run again four years! public school system, embodied in hence. Times-Mercury. Ithe Constitution of North Carolina I by the Republican party. We favor The Republicans are very proud tne education of all our children up of their State ticket, their Convention I to the very limit of our available and their platform; and they havemans reason to be. Hickory Times-Mer-I "We also favor a liberal policy The Monroe Enquirer says many I cury I witn our higher institutions of learn Democrats nf TTnlon Pmintv ho ot lu ouulu utJeu5 mgniy iram I rPei r T ami hli Art fin v A A t rm ym 1 1 I .Jl J j x. a a c I xuuiitttu vauuiuaixo vtxaaiu nit; ii, ctuu wtj wouiu nave tne nee- tended the State convention came perhaps spend no more in trying to essary training provided here, so far nome swearing tney were done with get elected than the Democratic can-1 as we have the means, and put with- conventions and demanding a State I didates did in trying to get nominat-Jin the reach of our young men of primary, and that a number who par- e m Heral(L talent and industry, to the end that HMn,t0li ,n.i,flMnn Southerners may guide our people Mv'l" VA AAA t.AAS? Ll 1JU(11 V 1U Ultll I .... ,. I 1 . , , x lit) ywyiv bccu iu uv etui i uiiug -" utfciupmcui ui uui icsuurcea County declare they are done with Vermont. Or will Mr. Bryan under- in government, in business, in the primaries under present conditions, take to demonstrate that majorities beautifying of our towns, our cities What's to be done about it? If both! there do not represent the real ideas I and our homes and In the elevation convictions. Experienced observers Bryan here say that the Kansas negroes are cury. nearly solid for Bryan." Why are the negroes for Mr. Bry an? They are against Mr. Taft be cause he dismissed the negro regi ment that shot up the Texas town. Now did Mr. Bryan promise to rein state those negro soldiers if he is elected President? If not, why are the negroes for Jblm as against Judge Taft? THE ONLY THING LEFT TO DO. knows Just where today they dwell! They vanished when young Bryan rose And threw his silver spell. The East, the West the North and South Is there among them none Who has more mind and less of mouth Than this Nebraskan son? Lord, how long in the wilderness Are we to wander blind. Before we get in our distress A man of our own kind? I am an honest Deomcrat Still hopeful, but not daft, And since I know just where I'm at My vote is pledged to Taft. Julian Durand, in New York Sun. in North Carolina. Hickory Times-Mercury. riiX etrif tU tftrt. while the en iW c'ikum undermines the lystta. There i cotafott In the knowledge o often pred. tbxt lr. Kilmer. Smp-RcKt. the great dney remedr. tmin in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder I uu i Mob. Kwti ana every pan cm j ? iM,ilitv to boll t.trr nd clding pain in pstng it, or 14 iffect following ue of liquor. w or thxt unpleasant ne- cesutv of being compelled to go often during the day, ana to ft bp w"y .irir tf1(! nipht- The mud nd the extraordinary effect of ffTM OOCOnd HOIld Holl'S 8of0 coon r tallica, t V r: j. I: Jc, tm1 alcr!r5oo va!a. Cat oar price to ro U m aASn 1 oaly Which u ka Uuta tfe cot of Um ibrrr tixtm alo. MArfm TOM CAVCAMI4S. for iU wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases. If you need a medicine rou should have the best, bold by drug gists ia fiftv-cent and one-dollar sue. You may have a sample bottle aud a For sale at about oncfotirt?! cost Address, ook that tells all bout it, both sent f rec toy mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing- hamton.N.Y. When Box 374, Raleigh, N. C. BOM 0 SHEET MUQiC. $1.00 worth for 25c. New York's new writing mention this paper and don't I song hits, "In the Valley in Dear Old Dixie," In the Golden Summer." Both for 25c postpaid. Follotto Mulc Rub. Co., Dept. M., 105 UudaonSt., New York City. maVo nv mitake. but rememler the name. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton, N. Y. Southern Railway Schedule In Effect October 20, 1907. N. 1h Sturm srs publtabsd a Id for mation and are not g-naranttsd. '. Agricultural & Mechanical College FOB THE COLORED UACF. I 4 30 a. m. No. Ul for Ooldtboro sod Ick G.-.rk .. M,k rr,llr,i Ittatlons Handles Poltman siptDs car from reensboro, :: INortn Carolina. 1 0re4.nBboroUKaie!an. 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Practical education in Agriculture; in Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering; in Cotton Manufactur 1 rt m T?o1ao-Vi tn Atlantic fltir N. "X. and return, account Grand! 6' s ' United Order of Odd Fellows, color- Tuition $45 a year; Board $10 a month. ed On sale Sept. 10-11-12. Final 120 Scholarships. Examinations for I 'i??omnm1 wWchopenBror 0000 south, and with Norfolk A Houtnern for Morehead City and InUirmsdiats points, aao a. m. No. 107, for Ursensboro aud Inter na ? dim la stations. MsdM oonnvcUon at aast Darbam for Oxford. KeysrlUs, Klctimond and horfoik. Makes connection at Ureen boro with main line through trains for Wash ington and New York. lauu a. m. No. log, for notdaboro and inter mediate stations, making connection at a.ldboro wltb the A.U.L, north. Handles Houtbern RvUway l'arlor Car between Oreenaboro and Ooldsboro. 1X45 p. m. No. 144. for Ooldsboro snd Inter mediate stations. Connects at Helms with . C L north and sonth, connects st o d boro wltb A.C.L. north and south, and Nor folk a fckatbern for Mors bead Uty and local tatlons. 2.60 p. m. No. 135, for Greensboro and local' stations. Makes connect on at Oreenboro altb main line trains throng U to Atlanta, Hi r mine bam and Memphia, also with Klortd Limited train for Columbia, (savannah and Jacksonville. Handles Montbern KaUway parlor ear from Ooldsboro to Greensboro. 8 30 p m No. 138, for ooldsboro and Inter mediate stations. Connects st Helms with v. C. Li. for Fayettevllle, and at Ooldsboro with A.CL north. 8.30 p. m. No 139, for Greensboro snd local nations. Makes Immediate connection st Ireensboro wltb through trains for Washing ton and New York, also for Kichmond snd Norfolk. 11.68 p. m. No. Ill, for Oreenaboro snd local tatlons. Makes cioe connection at (ireens boro with through trains both north snd outta. lisndles local sleeper between kal- Col. Henry to Enter National Cam paign. Col. Walter R. Henry, of Char lotte, will leave the State in a few limit, Sept. 23, 1908. $18.25-Raleigh to Lexington, Ky., and return, account National Baptist Convention (colored). On sale Sept. 13-14-15. Final limit Sept. 23, 1908. $56.50 Raleigh to Denver, Colo., and return, account Sovereign Grand Lodgeand Patriarchs Militant I. O. O. F. On sale Sept. 15-16-17. Final limit September 30, 1908. For further Information concern- days to enter on a speaking tour un der the direction of the National Re- ing rates, call on or address, W. H. McGLAMERY, P. &T. A., Raleigh, N. C. publican Campaign Committee. He will fill appointments in Maryland and New York How is this? Can't you get up a club of cam paign subscribers for The Caucasian? The paper is only twenty cents in A remarkable phenomenon is re ported to have taken place in New clubs of five from now until Novem- Hope township in Wayne county, last ber l8tn. Saturday. A little girl, 15 months! bid, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. She 1 heard that Mr and Mrs. B. Hines. went to sieen and while Newlywed have - just Joined the she slept, in half an hour, her hair cnurcn. changed from a light flaxen color to He- Well turn about is fair play. an auburn. The chaneA has not heen Didn t the church join them? II- accounted for. Elkin Times. lustrated Bits. conventions and primaries are to be and wishes of the voters? New York done away with what will become of U e" the party? Wilmington Star. if Col. Bryan must have the negro Why do away with the party! vote, why not go on in the good There is nothing left to do. It is old-fashioned way, and buy as much easy and the voters will attend to the job in November. NOT THE MACHINES CANDIDATE. The Wilmington Star in an edito rial says: as he thinks he might need? Then no obligations would be incurred. Charlotte Chronicle. It seems that Mr. Bryan's method of raising campaign funds is not appealing very forcibly to tne Dem ocrats of this State. But then they "As a man Mr. J. Elwood Cox I cannt well afford to spend money on stands well. He Is rich and respec-a losinS game. Shelby Aurora. table. But can he impart his eood qualities to the Federal office-holders Its funny to see how the News who nominated him? Were he elect- an Observer talks about Republicans ed Governor would he be any better, DenS the friends of trusts, when the officially, than his party?" I last .Democratic legislature refused -. I to pass a trust law,with teeth. They Everybody who was at the Repub- had the DOwer bnt voted it down Now lican State Convention knows that the you can point with pride to your patronage machine had another man I own record Josephus. Clinton News for their candidate. But when they I Dispatch found that they could not nominate him, they did not put him in nomina tion. Your Uncle Josephus Daniels is making a strong appeal to the Dem ocratic pie hunters to come across with their campaign contribution. Young chickens are hieh. but thev fnL I mere are two suojects especially must be had regardless of the price that Mr. Bryan has failed to measure I Send all contributions to Josephus up on. His vote against Crisp, a Con-1 DanieJs' manager of the fried chicken federate soldier, for Speaker of the Ptment Fairview, Neb.-Clinton uouse, nas not Deen explained, neith er has he spoken ''intelligently" nor 1 Mr. Vanderf ord. of Rowan County. "interestingly" of the fried chiekento whom has been assigned the duty incident at Fairvipw" Pf raising National Democratic cam paign runds in this State is said to I I wo a iaiiiuau uiir;v;iui Willi iX A. J Ex-Judee Alton B. Parker, the Dass- With the Legislature of that Democratic nominee for president in party legislating against "pass tot- Ine" ln eeneral. the ftnnrlntmnt nf 1904, says that he looks for Bryan's Mr. Vanderford comes as a surprise. election In November. It will be re-1 The Republican does not question Mr. . membered that four years ago he Vanderford's" ability for the position, looked for his own election and a- our 1S. aniation, " would seem, can .... ... itll . not but fail to prove a very thorn in ter November 3rd he will still be radical DemoCratlc flesh. Union Re- looking. I publican. - of our daily life. This is also true of our institu tions of charity, particularly the pro vision made for the blind, the deaf and the insane, for the efficiency with which any community ministers to such unfortunate beings is a meas ure of its civilizations. It is equally true of our Confederate veterans who have not the means of self-sup port; the State loves and honors them, and they must not be permit ted to suffer want. We denounce the Democratic party for not keeping its repeated pledges to provide our Con federate soldiers and their widows with suitable nensions commensu rate with their services to the State; and we believe that whenever prac ticable they should be given the preference in matters of employment and all things being equal, they should be honored with the emolu ments of office. "We demand a fair election law, which will permit an elector to cast a ballot privately, without Interfer ence or dictation, "We favor, as we have ever fa vored, local self-government; and demand the right to elect by the peo ple all members of the County Board Of Education, County Superinten dent of Public Instruction, County Commissioners, Tax Collectors, and Justices of the Peace. "We favor an extension and Im provement of the public roads of the State ,and believe, that the employ ment of the State's convicts on such work is the best use that can be made of criminals convicted of crimes; we further favor a law pro hibiting the use of striped uniforms upon" all persons convicted of mis demeanors In the courts of North Carolina. IITTT. if " a we tavor tne esiaoiisnment o one or two reformatories for the cor rwuuu ot. youtmui , criminals con victed of minor offenses, and we fa vor a separate reformatory forfe- ILis Explanation. Mother I hear you were at the foot of the class last week, Tommy. Tommy 'Twasn't my fault. John ny Smith, who's always at the foot, was sick at home. Circle. UNIVERSITY admission at the College on Sept. 2. Address THE PRESIDENT, West Raleigh N. C. TRINITY COLLEGE Four Department Collegiate, Graduate, Engineering and Law. Large library facilities. Well equipped laboratories in all departments of Science. 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EXPRESS- if 8 100 EXPBESS PAID Ideal Alcohol" Gas Stove j Ayyj GOOD liV CONNECTIONS No. 38 makes connection at iwr m-th ca.. board Air Line No. 88 for Raleigh. Norfolk, Richmond. Washington. Baltimore. Philadel phia. New York and all Northern points. No. 41 makes connection at Apex with Sea board Air Line No. 41 for Sanford. Plnehurst. Southern Pines, Hamlet. Oharloue. Rocking ham. Athens. Atlanta Htrminham Mnniimm. ery and all points in the West and Southwest: uwumDia, &ayannan. JacksonTiue. Tampa snd all points In Florida. ; BEST SCHEDULE OUT OF DURHAM TO THE SOUTH. All tickets are sold br this rvimran ni ai. cepted by the Passenger with the understand ing ma mis uompany win not be liable for fail ure to run Its trains on schedule time, or for any such delays .as mar be lnri.int m that-nrr&. lion. Care Is exercised to give correct time of connecting lines. Dut this Company is not re- wrZriZ, . .i.""' cr omissions. NO v- 3T$L ' s- H. REAMS. Vice-Pres t Gen. Pass. AgV General Offices Durham. N. a Raleigh & Southport R'y. Schedule in Effect Jolj 5tb, 108. So. Bound nBST-CLASS D'yex. Sun. &5 p. m. SI a. m. BTATIOHa . DnughoR gives contracts, backed br rfeaf bf 30 Colleges. S300.0W.OOn!DHlafS rears success, to secure sositlon. nnd? reasonable coiidJtlonToi Tefuid tStttor? For Travelers,:Sick-Eoom, Camp, Chafing: Dish, Lieht HAncolBOnKUEEPIHp'r if itti r a. 1 .n.Li. 11 " . 1 . . accent inc ht xvccjuug, or uerevcr uas us uui Avaiiauie or ivesirea propoKtion, concede that he teaches tnow OolnsF xnonths than thei ao in Bli. Draughon can convince ion. IT MAKES ITS OWN GAS ABSOLUTELY SAFE. Smokeless and Odorless, Weighs Oolv Eiglt Ounces CAN CABBY A VESSEL WEIGHING 100 BOUNDS. It Boils a Quart of Water in Nine Minutes. $1.00. Express Paid. $1.00. Express Paid Hurt-Ward Hardware '-Company. RALEIGH -N. fl. ISIIflRTHAfirt 7T5 fjreert of th United Statei 2te thesystem of ShorthanS lugtoi taclies. because they Wwlt IsTiSbSt tIPJL JS CATALOGUE and booklet Whj Sn??S1gapnI?" which explain all, cafi aa ' write Jko. f. Draijghok, PreslOent DIlAUGHOirS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE W aUo twdk Bt SU1U Whi.to i(D. C), Columbia. AtlaaU. KaoxviOe or NasUilU. G. J. K7AYNARD, LILLINQTON, N. a Presh Flan and Oysters always on hand m season. . Priees right. 1 30 1 30 1 44 1 50 1 57 2 OS S 10 S 20 2 28 2 23 2 33 2 50 2 57 2 02 $ 15 3 21 4 30 P. m. e 00 0 11 6 10 25 6 32 6 42 47 7 00 7 10 7 13 7 23 7 30 7 40 7 45 8 00 8 08 025 a. m. ... Kaleteh. Caraleigh... - smaola .... Barnes .... -Honor McCullers... Banks Willow Sjrings -roenas Varlna .... FnruarRprings uawies .... - Chalybeate .. Kipling. Cane Fear.. . ...Ulllngton .. -.rayetterllle No. Bound nasT-ciJLss D y ex. Sun. 54 53 a. m. p. m. 9 25 4 30 9 10 4 20 9 01 4 15 8 53 4 07 8 45 4 00 8 40 3 5ft 8 81 3 50 8 20 3 40 8 10 3 33 8 05 3 30 8 00 3 20 7 40 3 13 7 40 3 07 7 35 3 03 7 20 2 7 15 2 41 6 00 2 30 a. m. p. b. SUNDAY TRAINS. 5 . ei P-m. j a. m. 4 25 8 05 5 07 8 47 5 25 9 05 ft 38 9 18 5 48 9 28 6 03 9 43 8 08 9 48 0 30 10 10 7 45 41 25 P-m. a. m. 8TATIOVS. ...r Raleigh... ..McCullers.. WUlow Springs varies- FuquaySprlngs -- nsiyoeate.. Kipling. .. Lillington .. - FayetteTtlle 64 63 a. m. p. ss. 10 45 7 40 10 00 7 00 9 40 6 40 9 85 O 23 9 28 6 20 0 10 8 03 9 05 5 55 8 45 5 35 7 30 4 20 a. m. p. m. JKO. A. MILLS, Pres. and Gen. Mtn'f r