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CONCERT LAST NIGHT Miss Willie Smoot's Music School ( loses for Season. A Lar?;e Crowd at Stokes Hall Is Pleas antly Entertained. RUDE BEHAVIOR BY FICKLE DUDES Th- Policemen Should Have Arrested the Impudent Little Brats and Put 'Km on Ice or in Jail. With commencement after commence ment and concert after concert following fast upon the heels of each other, it would seem as though people would have grown tired that the puhlic would have been surfeited with this particular style of entertainment. That such was not the case, however, was strikingly evident in the crowd w hich filled the hall laet night, long before the hour appointed, In response to Miss Hmoot's invitation to attend this, her second public concert since the opening of her music school in Durham last Sep tember. Not only was the building packed, gallery and all, but many were turned away who could not gain an en trance. There was only one thing to mar the enjoyment of the evening, and that was the excessively rude behavior on the part of a certain crowd of ill bred boys, and to their shame be it said, some ill-bred k'irls too, having no appreciation of any thing approaching culture themselves, were determined that no one else should hear any part of what was going on on the stage. It was more than once sug gested that the police he called in, and these gay and festive young ruffians be compelled either to behave decently or to get out. The programme, what could be heard of it, was as follows : Overture, (: pianos), "Poet and Peasant,-' Misses K. Carlton, B. O Briant, N. Bernard, B. Tomlinson, N Kawls, N. Watts. Piano Solo, (al unisono), ''Marguerita Polka Mazurka." K. Christian, J. Howerton, L. Hutching". Walt z, "Op. 71, No. 2," E. Buchanan, P. Black wood, N. Bawls. Duet, "Little Study," Lillie Christian and Dolly Smoot. "Rhapsodic Hungroise No. 2," Miss Willie Smoot. "Minuet," (: pianost, B. O'Briant. N. Watts, G. Bradsher. Vocal Solo, "Take Mo, Jamie Dear," Miss Minnie Happer. Sextette, "The Friends," .1. Howerton, I. Cooper, B. Steed, E. Buchanan, E. Christian, I,. Hutchings. Piano Solo, a "Kamennoi Ostrow," b "Inter mezzo Schurzoso,'" Miss Kempie Carlton. "The Little Drummers," L. Hutchings, K. Johnson, I. Whitted. V. Norton, Mary John son, L. Christian, Dolly Smoot, A. Lewis. "Andante from Surprise Symphony," B. Whitted, K Johnson. V. Norton. Sextette, "Dames de Seville," N. Mernard, N. Bawls, A. O'Briant. B. MeClees. E.Chris tian, E. Buchanan. PART II. Quintette, "Tannhauser," G. Bradsher, M. Happer, K. Carlton, P. Blackwood, W. Smoot. Quartette, "Mamma's Waltz," Misses K. Johnson, V. Norton, B. Whitted, M. Johnson. Quartette, "Papa'i Walt," Masters Lewis ('. oper, C. Howerton. A. Christian, J. Hower ton. Vocal Solo, "Swab an Maiden," (German Sontri Miss Bertie Tomlinson. Piano Solo, "Familiar Tune," N. Bawls, J. Bradsher, N. Watts. Chorus. "Dutch Dolls," Vocl Class. Piano Solo, "Galop Burlesque," Mhs Luey "Staunton March," 15. MeClees, P. Black wood, J. Bradsher. Recitation, Arthur Smoot. "Invltatione la Valse," N. Watts, N. Ber nard. K. Carlton. Vocal Duet. "The Hunter's Song," Misses M. Happer mid B. Tomlinson. Sextette, "Electric Flash," A. O'Hriant, G. Bradsher. N. Happer, B. Tomlinson. K. Carl ton. B. Blackwood. Miss liertha liradsher also gave a reci tation that was much complimented, and Mr. Butner, of Salem, a flute solo, which was very tine. Miss Smoot's playing was brilliant, am! the pupils acquitted them selves with much credit. Mr. Will Willard, who read announce ments ami made himself otherwise use ful, contributed to the success of the en tertainment, which i9 regarded by all as one of the most enjoyable of tiie season. From i-'rifiid to friend Goes the story of the excellence of Hood's Sarsapariila and what it has accomp lished, and this is the strongest advertis Ing which is done on behalf of this medl cine. vVe endeavor to tell honestly what Hood's Sarv.iparilla is and what it wiil do, t what it has done is far more important and far more potent. Its un equalled record of cores is sure to con vince those Who have never tried Hood's Sar:ipari!la that it is an excellent medi cine. Men's Merkwrar, Our special lines at 28, 4 and 65 cents tor Saturday and Monday over worth double the money, and yon should set Durham Supply Co. When Baby vns sick, we e her Castoria. When she was a Child, she eru-d for Castoria. When she became Miss, she dnng to Castoria. When she had Children, she gavetLcnx Castoria. That oily and rough skin cured and the face and hands beautiiied bv Johnson's i iental Soap ; medicated and highly per fumed. Sold 3y W. M. Yearby. COMING AND GUINU. onvwu riic mo. Al Durham People on the Move and Visitors in the City. Rev. H. T. Darnall returned to the city to-day. Mr. B. C. Beckwith, of Raleigh, as here this morning. Solicitor Parker went home this even ing to spend Sunday. Mr. F. S. Biggs, a prominent citizen of Raleigh, passed through to-day. Mr. R. B. Morgan, of Mecklenburg, Va., is selling tobacco in Durham to day. Student Scarborough, of Trinity col lege left for his home in Goldsboro to day. Rev. Dr. Price, president of the Col ored Normal university at Salisbury ar rived to day. Miss Alice Lamont left to-day for Chase City, Va., to spend sometime with Virginia friends. Mr Will Whitnknr. of The News and . . . I y i v. i ' . . . - ' - " -----,1 went to Raleigh to day. Miss Thomas, of Gary, who has been spending the week with Misses May and Minnie Gattis, left to day. Miss Mattie Faucette returned to-day from Spartanburg, S. C., where she has been attending Converse college. Misses Loulie and Lily Jones, of Gary, who have been visiting their sister, Mrs. W H. McCabe, returned home to day. Mr. S. L. Adams who has been staying at Hillsboro is still feeble, but passed through to-day to see his brother in Hali fax, Va., who is very ill. Miss Nellie Edwards, who came down last week to take in the commencement and has been visiting Mrs. Carr at Trinity Park, returned to her home at Burlington to day. Mrs. E. L. Bryan returned last night from Baltimore, where she has been at tending the American School of Art, from which institution she has just grad uated with the highest distinction, stand ing at the head of her class and carrying off the honors as valedictorian. She is looking none the worse for her months of hard study and is ready to begin work Monday as principal of the School of Fine Arts which she will establish in Durham. To Cleanse the System Effectually yet gently, when costive or billious or when the blood is impure or sluggish, to permanently cure habitual constipation, to awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy activity, without irrita ting or weakening them, to dispel head aches, colds or fevers, use Syrup of Figs. Airy and Cool. Men's summer coats and vests and suits. Cheap prices are made on them for Satur day and Monday, June 10 and 12, at Durham Supply Co. A MERITED DISTINCTION. ii K. A. Yates Is Wanted at Chieatro the Parliaments of Religions. Dr. E. A. Yates has been appointed a a member of the Advisory Council on Relious Congress of the World's Con gress Auxiliary, in connection with the Columbian exposition now on at Chi cago. It being the object of the council to admit only the most eminent ministers of each denomination ministers whe think and who know how to give their thoughts to the world, no one is better entitled to its distinguished, considera tion than Dr. Yates, of North Carolina, who would shine in any crowd and make his presence felt in any assembly. In this particular instance the council was wise in its appointment. Men's Kegligee Shirts At 45 cents, bo cents, 85 cents, $1.15 and $1 35 See our sales Saturday and Mon day at Durham Supply Co. W. P. Drop, druggist, Springfield, Mass., writes : "Japanese Pile Cure has cured lady 7 years afflicted; could not walk half mile in last 3 years ; now walks any distance." Sold by W. M. Yearby. WILL CLOSE FOR CHURCH SERVICES Druggists Iluve a Meeting anil Agree to Close a Part of the Day on Sunday. At a meeting held yesterday, the Dur ham stores entered into an agreement to close their doors on Sunday during the hours for morning and evening services This will give both clerks and proprie tors a chance to attend cnurch, and unless in exceptional cases of great emergem y, no one will be inconvenienced by it. Al together this arrangement on the part of the druggists is to be commended. Bicycle Km-ing. The Greensboro bicycle club wishes to announce that on Julv 4 they will hold a bicycle meet at the Greensboro one ha'f mile track novice races, handicap races, open races. The principal event will be the one mile contest for the championship of North Carolina. Every racer, who claims he can beat all the others, can now have a "try" for the handsomechampionship belt. Handsome and valuable prizes. Every cyclist is most cordially invited to come. Railroad fare will be at half rates. Entries for races close July 2. Fee fifty cents. Write to George Fitzsimoxs, Greensboro, N. C. THE DUHHAM DALLY GLOBE, SATURDAY, JUNE 10 Will Open in This City Next W eek vritli Mrs E. L.. Bryan as Principal. The Globe is pleased to note that i I Durham's gifted and popular art teacher, Mrs. E. L. Bryan, carried off the honors ! at the American Art school, Baltimore, where she has been studying the past term. The Baltimore papers speak in the j highes praise of Mrs. Bryan's work, par- j ticularly of her really life like and beau-' tiful painting entitled "A Mother's Joy." If she never painted anything else, this master-piece would entitle her to a place among the true artists of this country and would win for her recogni tion among the critics of any land. Mrs. Bryan will establish an art school in Durham which will offer as tine ad vantages as can be found anywhere. While in Baltimore she has devoted a large part of her time to selecting studies and choosing the best materials, thus giving students the benefit of her oppor tunities and experience. She is thor- outrhlv equipped for the work which she loves so well, and the School of i ine Arts under her management cannot fail to prove a success. The studios will be in the rooms form erly occupied by the Durham music school, over Postley's jewelry store. The school will open Monday, June 12, and it is desirable that students be in attendance on the opening day. Mrs. Bryan is too wrell known in Durham to need any com mendation at our hands, and The Globe congratulates Durham upon having such a school as she will establish. Japanese Liver Pellets cure bilious ness, sour stomach and all kidney and liver troubles. Small and mild. Sold by W. M. Yearby. AS WE GROW. The Boom Now on Those Who Art; in the Procession. Now that it is given up by every one that a big boom is about to be inaugurated in Durham and that property is com pelled to advance to double and treble its present value, it is the duty of every man, old or young, who expects to ever own a home, to secure it now while it is within his reach. Dr. J. L. Watkins is building houses on very desirable lots and selling on easy terms to a number of our young business men. If you want a home, and what man or woman does not t See Dr. Wat kins and even on a small salary he will make it possible for vou to own one. Rev. O. S Stringfield, of Wakefield, N. C.,says: "Five boxes of Japanese Pile Cure cured me after 12 years' sutiering." Sold by W. M. Yearby. ALL ORGANIZED. The Local Board of the United Banking; and ISuiltling Co. Is Organized. We take very great pleasure in giving the local board of the United Banking and Building Co., Richmond, Va., at Durham, N. C: OFFICERS. J. T. Pinnix, president. W. H. Proctor, vice president. E C. Murray, secretary and treasurer. F. L. Fuller, attorney. HOARD OF DIRECTORS. W. M. Morgan, A. E. Lloyd, T. D. Gorman, C. C. Taylor, C. A. Jordan, E. G. Lineberry, W. A. Slater, T. B. Fuller, H. X. Snow, T. J. Winston. Major II. II. Rogers, State Agent. It Cioes Without Saying that Doughty's tine shoes, in elegance of design, artistic workmanship and com fortable lit?, surpass any manufacture of like goods in the state. A new lot of seasonable material just in, and your or ders are respectfully solicited. A SAD DEATH. Mary Riley Dies at the Work lion-,' Yes terday Afternoon. Mary Riley, an inmate of the work house, died last evening. She had been there for some time, and ran away last fall, but returned about two weeks ago. Her case was sad, and we suppose that beyond the River she is happier than she was on these better banks. IT'S ASTOXISHIXG how Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription acts upon nervous women. It's a mar velous remedy for nervous and general debility, Chorea, or St. Vitus's Dance, Insomnia, or Ina bility to sleep, spasms, convulsions, or "fits," and every like disorder. Even in cases of Insanity resulting from functional derange ments, the persistent use of the M Prescrip tion " will, by restoring the natural functions, generally effect a cure. For women suffering from anv chronic 44 female complaint " or weakness; for women who are run-down or overworked: at the change from girlhood to womanhood: and, later, at the critical " change of life'" it is a medicine that safely and certainly builds up, strengthens, regulates, and cures. If it doesn't, if it ever fails to benefit or cure, you have your money back. What more can anyone ask i Is anything that isn't sold in this way likely to be " just as good " ( NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION Notice is heretty given that the rlrm of Michaels .5c Co. 19 disoivt-d by mutual consent aud that the stock of said tirm is sold to Mr. E. D. Fiaber. Durham. Mar 0. MICHAELS 4 CO. :3 Ltj;.- pel lIi.M.V t D. Atlanta, Go. 02ice ltHfr ,... i ualiSb mi 9 AflEffiAfJ n (i Li V -Jk. m mm m a OXB ENJOYS Both the method and results when ISyrup of Figs 18 taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and levers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to' the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in it3 effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all aud have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CG. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. T24E E3 ROLLER c kHk RUNK The Most Convenient trunk ever devised. THE TRAY i.-, arranged to roll back, leav ing the bottom of the Trunk easy of ac cess. Nothing to bre; k r t cut of order. The Tray can be lifted out if desired, and to buy this style is a frnarantee that you will get the stror.trpFt Trunl; made. If your Dealer caiuot furnish you, notify the manufacturs, 11. VS. ROUKTREE & BRO., RlCHKCNO VA. EXECUTORS' NOTICE ! Having qualified "as executors o; Mrs. Mai j F.. Lyon, deceased, we hereby notify all per sons indebted to her to in -ke immediate )ay ment to us; and all persons having claims againsl her are notified to present thorn to one of ih by Jun" 1. 1894, or this notice win i pleaded in b ir of their recovery. KOHKHT K. LYON, JAMES B. IUKE. June 1, 1803. Executors. A T. T' T T . i. For the only authorized Biography d James 6. Blaine, By Gail Hamilton, his literary executor, with the co-operation of his family, and for Mr. Blaine's great History, "Twenty Years of Con gress. " and his later book, "Political Discus sions. " One prospectus for the three books. Exclusive territory given. Write for terms to TIi Moury I.ill Iul. Co., Norwich. Conn. r 1 1 1 ?s WAN vriiu a o.r.:" :. cic. ory, Los3of Drca Laeli of Con&ticai j' th oenerar:v! Wl'T' , , i.Ja MORty lo Infirmity, Consumption :::m Insanity, Pnt up convenient to carry ia cr.t pocket. ;-o .i f EEFOKK AND AITF.K USING. J For Sale by AV. Circular J . N. Yearby. I3ANH00S RESTORED (At f - '1 A all nerrousdifoasea, Purh as Wrak Mpmnry, Lou of Kraln Iower; w-C( Headache, WukeAilneaat ErfMt M:inhnod, ?lahtly KmlKRion, " iuiciine,r.vii urcan:, J.aec or conndenee. flervcuine gd I all drains and U)ss of power In ;inerative Onmns of either NX caused AftJ, by overexertion, yonthful error, excessive use of toucco, opium HP Vf ,or stimulants which lead to Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity. Con venient to carry In vest pocket. By mall prepaid in plain box to any XrvJaao'c'ress for 91 each, or tor &.. (With every . order wetcii. lgJKwrUten scarantee tocarcorreluud the money.' t r snlv all dnieirists. A?k for it and accent no other. riKf'n.AR h'UV.K. REFGSE AND AtTEIl I'SIXO. Address ' SKEl) CO., Masonic Temp.e, C hicago, ILL For Sale in Durham, N. C, by MICHAELS & Co., and by W. M. EARBY Druggists. LI I II. IIM II 1 " - OBSERVE THE RACKET ! 4 fi.m r ON, MacDUFF All competitors knocked oat on the tirst round by W. K. T. B. Flour an-1 Pure Florida Cigars. In ad-.lition to these leaders, I claim to carry one of the corapletest LINZS of Heavy and Fancy Groceries, Fruity Con fectioneries, tsnuil, Tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigars and Glassware ; also Plain and Decorated Table and Toilet Ware kept by any house in the city, on which I guarantee, prices, wholesale or retail. Give me a trial. Good.s delivered t o. b. cars or anywhere in the citv limits. Remember the Racket, corner Mangum and Parrish Street.-. Giving Away Sale Brian, New, Attractive Desips, (ioinir Like New Year's Gifts. We are going to I'ndersell the World. lxxk out now and see the bottom fall out. We have just received from the factory a Ladles' Shoe to sell for $2.00. which Ueoft and flexible, free from tucks, smooth inner soles a glove-tittiug Shoe which is as good as any $3.00 Shoe on the market. We also have a DOBgola Shoe, warrant d solid leather inner and outer soles, for $l.tu, as good as any sold for 1 75. Any style given in the above. Slippers at half price. We have the best stock of Kiblnms on the market at less than half value. We have in creased it over double and can give all shades. Black and Cream Silk Lace half price and less. Cotton Lace f rom 1 cent a yard to i cents. A call will prove to all that floods are going like giving them away. Surah Silk Sashes only cents, worth Sl.-Y Black Sash RfMma cents, all silk, worth 75 cents to $1.0U. Job lot. Let all come quick while this sale last?. J. L. Cole & Go's N.Y. RactetStore Underbuyers and Undersellers of All. FOR SALE ! AT A BARGAIN! m m a A Job Printing Establish ment which has a good run of custom. If any one wants a Genuine Uanrain Address THE DURHAM GLOBE. J. L Hill Printing Co., RICHMOND, VA. PRINTERS. Voy PUBLISHERS, STEEL ENGRAVERS. PUBLISHERS OF "G0NTEDEEATE S0RAP BOOK," Price by Mail. $1.50. " H0WITZEE SOUVENIR," Puce by Mail, 28 Cts Orders by Mail receive Prompt Attention. PLASTICO! For nicest and best WALL FINISH USE PLASTICO. Can be had at J. T. WOMBLE'S General Hardware and Stove Store. Sole A Rent for Plastioo in Durham. r 1 m RESTORED. I i i J "M EttVR . : A. 1 K r.5 the wonderful remedy i-. told . . i ...... v?u:e rr.i".-: sr.'! ncrvons diseases sucnaa .uerr.- Power. L "t Mash ; d, Nirhtlv 1. missions Evil Dreams Nerve. ,. ! ,. ;.:;".(, all drams and loss of pov.-er 1 Pfgans i i ther cai sed hy over exertion, youtmul av r.aii in ; lain i tc:..-;:: for 8 1 . or O i ice. Addn SPAl'ISH E2 E ZlLWl CO. Nc 7cri. Mailed on Receipt of I'rii-e. This wonderful reioe!y Kuarnnlerd t cure 3T. C. PROF. IKPTRCCTOlt or PKIVATE LESSONS ON Piano, Organ, Violin, Guitar, C!&rin Flute, Cornet or any otLer Band or Orchestral Instrument. lEwta utMged to oidn ror ai cli nation of hnlnWMiti. Private conversational lessocs in Froofv and German. Young ladies attended at their u-MtUncf Satisfaction and rapid advancement g-aM. anteed studious pupils. TEBM8 BEASmiABUS. iiesidence, Liberty Street, ne:ir uee: Dnrham, N. C. Schedule in Effect April I, (892. DUHHAM DIVISION. I.KAVE DUHHAM. N. C. Ml u. m. Daily for Lynehlurf ta4 Way Stations. Arrive Lynchburg U::ftj a. m. traius. DtllfMUB Division, arrive und Jep, from t'nioii btatkm. Lynchburg. Trains arrive at Durham mm Lyacalta at T:4." p. m. daily. W I M STON-SA LEM DIVISION. Leaves Winston -Sale in l:"'j p. in. daily, ar rive al Koanoke T:UU p. in. MAIN LINK WEST BOUMD. I.KAV1: LTHOmnMH- DAILY. a-M p. m., for RoaBoka. Radford, PsIhU, Ilristol and all points south, via IS. I. V. i, K. It., also for Bluaftold, Unto Kitenihi. Leave BlueSeld 6:10 a. m.dailj tor KeaovtMi Columbus. Parlor Car to Jbtoaauke. Pullaii Sleeper RoaoolM to Meapali via KooktrUh and Cnattanoogaa a. m. lr Itoanoke. Kadfonl. Pulauku Bristol ; uiso lor Blue nld, Pouabontaa, Kit horn and stations t linch Valley Divi.-ntii ; a... for Louisville and stations L. N. H. K. Norton. Pullman Sleeper Lynchburg t. uui ville via Norton. Counecta at Koanoke luBt. m. with WasbinKtouHiHl Chattauottita LiaUei. Pullman Sleeper Koanoke to Naahville, Ken phis and New Oi lcans. Dining Car ttaCMi :Tj p. in., daily, for Koanoke, and Ulietl diate stations. Has no eonnecttont U-yund Koanoke . EAST-BOrXD- I.KAVE I.YNCH1H KU KAII.V. i:l") a. m. for Hiehmond, Petersburg ami Nor folk arrives PetersOurg at i:ii p. m. oooaM inx with Btonmond and Petersburg railroad, rrriving in Btehmond at :i;' p. m. arrtn Norfolk 6AJ0 p. in. ll:5il p. m. Arrive Petersburg 4:1" a. m. eonnoeting with K. at '. k. k. oailvj anlw Kichtnond 7:47 a. m.; arrive Norfolk '.:UUa.Ui. Pullman Palace Bleeper to Norfolk. Also Pullman Palace Sleeper beteSM Lynchburg ami Ricnnond. This car will be ready at Lynchburg at M I. in. tor reception ol passengers. SSdU p. m.tor Kiehmoud, Petersburg and Nor folk ; arrive Kiehmoud 7:.VJ p. m.; Noi bilk p. m. PuUman Parlor Buffet Car to Norfolk. W. R. RRV1LL (J. P. ft T. Agent. Koanoke. Va. RAILWAY TIME CARD! Arn es Durham. 7 10 a Di 3 gfi a m lllpui 5 US p n Arrivea Durham. 7 Ltl i m 4 1" a n. it. K. k. D awi Depot, foot Corcoran St. Durham. Passenger lor Cireeua. I 7 1') am Pa&aeuger tor Golds. Bzpreea for Goldsboro i i-)iipm Express ror Greensboro r;i7pm o. i. C. K. it. Lesvei Depot, loot Corcoran st. I Durhiav Rz press for Utobmond j loioam Express from Richmond nd Pass. for Jeffreys tiuupm Ft. and Pass. I'm JeffreM I Music anil Laniruaws! Arrives i i- a N. it. ic. i U Durham. Depot, foot Corcoran St. I Durlwm. Mail and Express I 8 4." p m Mail ami Express Freight and Passenger lr) P 8 'Z't a m F re i y. h t a n d Passe nge r Arrives i L. & D. It. K. I Lcavfi Durham. I Depot, foot Dillard St. I Durham M 4uam I Mall trora Lynchburg I 2Wp" 6 45 pm I Ft. and Pass, from LV I lJt not Its FOR CI4MINO MAILS AT MJs HAM I'Ofd'hUKt. Goldsboro and t;recnsboro express train No ll South and West at 7:40 a. m. Kersi llto and Kiileigh K. P. O. train No. It East Durham and Kaleigh at :!" a. in. Henderson and Durham R. P. O. train IB North and Bast N.G. and Va.at I0-.l5a.ai. Goldsboro and GreensN.ro li. P.O. B-traa No. 10 Bast sad South N. C, Bm C. aim r at 12:15 p. m. Vi Lynchburg and Durham R. P. O. train o I -North and West at 2:26 p. m. (;oidsloro and tircenslxiro K. P. O. N tralD No. '.North. South and West at 7:lri . m- Keysville and Kaleigh K. P. O. tram No. i North ;iml West at :W p. rn. . Goldsboro ami GreoawOtO express tra;u 1 rUilcigh at 9:W p. m. Hours of Collection Irom Street 1'f' JtO.YCH. BtSlSISl tM a. m., 11:20 a. m. and KM V- -Business Section 7:4(1 p. in. SOLID Through Trains -ruou iBi, st. m m m -TO Kansas City, St. Joseph, DENVER, ST. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. Punman Palace Sleeping Cars: Fre Heclining Chair Car.-1 - OSLV One Change of Cars to t Pacific Coast. THK BEST LINE f'K THE BLACK HaX AXO ALL POINTS NORTH WEST H. K. TOUP. Uen. Aifvut. Naabvu.t. B A. C. DAWX8, U. F. bt T. A., St. Louia. Mo : .. ! .