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ALL OUT OF TOWN !
The Three Excursions Take 'Em Away by Hundreds. No One Left to Do Much That Would Be News To-day. TRAINS WERE LOADED AND PACKED And All Ihis Argues Well in Many Differ ent Ways, Doe the Children Good and Doesn't Hurt Old Folks. This has been excursion day, sure enough. The First Baptist church sent about eight car loads out to Halifax, Va , and it was a gay, happy crowd. The Main Street Methodist folks sent hundreds to Burlington, while the Epis copal brethren ran an excursion to Hills boro. With these three excursions the town is just about depopulated especially BO far as young folks are concerned. They will all return to night, and all will feel better for having taken the trip There should be more days off there should be more excursions Don't You Know That to have peifect health you mus-t have pure blood, and the best way to have pure blood is to take Hood's Sarsaparilla, the best blood purifier and strength builder. It expels all taint of scrofula, salt rheum and all other humors, and at the same time builds up the whole system and gives nerve strength. Hood's Pills may be had by mail for 2"3 cents of C. I. Hood fe Co., Lowell, Mass. Men's Neckwear. Our special lines at 23, 45 and 65 cents for Saturday and Monday over worth double the money, and you should see Durham Supply Co. COMING AND GOING. Dor ham People on the Move and Visitors in the City. Mr. J. B. Young, of Henderson, was in the city to day. , Colonel Arendell, of Salisbury, is in the city to day. Jim Boyd, of Greensboro, a smart law yer and a good fellow, is in town to-day, attending court. Mrs. L. W. (irissom left to day for Chase City, where she goes to visit her aunt and test the claims of the Virginia town as a health resort. Frank Heartt is here to day looking after preliminaries of the new drug store which he will open in the First National bank building early next month. I would say, if you please, That if milk you would freeze, 9' The Jack Frost trick is the stuff. See Charley Whitaker, who is agent for the Jack Frost machine, and he will give you prices which will astonish you. Airy and Cool. Men's summe r coats and vests and suits Cheap prices are made on them for Satur day and Monday, June 10 and 12, at Du it ii am Supply Co. ALL ORGANIZED. The Local Poard of the United Tanking and Building Co. Is Orgnnlced. 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. Pinuix, president. W. II. Proctor, vice president. E. C. Murray, secretary and treasurer F. L. Fuller, attorney. BOARD OK niUKCTORS. W. M. Morgan, A. E. Lloyd, T. D. (Jorraan, C. C. Taylor, C. A. Jordan, E. O. Lineberry, W. A. Slater, T. B. Fuller, II. X. Snow, T. J. Winston. Major II. II. Roueus, State Agent. Men's Negligee Shirts. Cool, comfortable, stylish. Special re duced prices for Saturday and Monday. Durham Supply Co. YOUNG MAN DROWNED. W. :. Drake Attempts to Swim Across the Roanoke Rfoer and Is Lost. Tlie Warrenton correspondent of the News and Observer reports the drowning at a prominent youn man of that county Sunday. He says : Willie C. Drake, Jr., aged 21, and son of Maj. VY. C. Drake, superintendent of public instruction, was drowned Sunday in Roanoke rivet, at Robinson's Ferry, while in bathing wild a number of other young nun. He attempted swimming across the river, a distance of 300 yards, and was taken with cramp and disap pea red. His body has not been recovered Mea'a ami Hoj' Straw Hats. We count last season's straw hats like lasi st-aon's bints' Deal. Our styles are all new, but cheap prices are made on them tor Saturday and Monday. Durham Supply Co. Call for the Horse Brand of Johnson's Magnetic Oil. It has no equal for the diseases of horses and cattle. Sold bv W. Al Vearbv. The Reason Why tvt rj body likes to wear Doughty ' shoe?, is because you are sure oi getting a tit No matter how fasti lious, or how many lumps or bumps, or periuberance on the toot. We have living witnesses in this city to the above fact9. IHE DUTY Tc AND EviAft. An Athletic- Prelate Who Declined 'to t.t I ter Behind the Cloth. The late Bishop Selwyn.of New Zea land and Melanesia, was well known during his university days at Oxford as a devotee of the noble art of self defense, says the Washington News. He incurred a great deal of animosity from a certain section in New Zealand, owing to his sympathy with the Maoris during the war. One day he was asked by a rough in one of the back streets of Auckland if he was the "bishop who backed up the Maoris." Receiving a reply in the affirmative, the rough, with a "take that, then!" struck his lordship in the face. "My friend," said the bishop, "my Bible teaches me that if a man smite thee on one cheek turn him the other," and he turned his head the other way. His assailant, slightly bewildered, struck him again. "Now," said his lordship, "having done my duty to God, I will do my duty to man," and, taking off his coat and hat, he gave the anti-Maori champion a most scientific thrashing. On another occasion he was going down the river Walkato with a Maori, when the latter, who was very lazy, left off paddling the canoe, at the same time mutttering that if Selwyn were not a bishop he would well, "go for him." In a moment the bishop told the man to turn the canoe ashore, where, stripping himself of everything episcopal, he said, pointing to the robes, etc.: "The bishop lies there; the man is here. I am quite ready; come on." The Maori did not "come on," how ever, but quietly resumed his work without another murmur. MEXICAN DRIED FLIES. How the Indian Takes Sweet Revenge on His Winged Tormentor. "3To matter what it may be, if an ar ticle bring's a fair price I deal in it," said a commission merchant to a writer in the Waverly Magazine. "My last venture consists of dried flies, just common flies which come from Mexico. People buy them for their singing birds. I sell them retail to the deal ers. Flies are plentiful in the tropical valleys and the time of the Mexican .Indian is not particularly valuable. When he can no longer sleep in his hut on account of the swarms of flies at tracted by the filth which accumulates about his front door .he sometimes is stung- into a desire for revenge on his enemies. Revenge is sweet, and sweeter if there is any money in it. He goes to the woods and collects a num ber of green twigs of a certain tree. These he lays in a pile on the floor of his hut, with some dry twigs under them. Then from another tree he gets a gum which he boils into a thin sirup and spreads on the walls of his hut. The flies are attracted by its fragrant and far-reaching odor. They .gather to feed on it. When the hut is black with them the Indian sets fire to the twigs on the floor and closes the apertures from the outside. The twigs emit an aromatic smoke which kills the flies and they fall to the floor in thousands. Then the native's wife dries them while he goes to sleep again." A MINK TRAGEDY. The Mysterious Close of the Life of a Cruel Animal. For a couple of months I have been trying- to solve the problem of a dead mink I found lying in my barn on my return home. The mink had been dead but a short time, and had no wounds upon it except at the throat where two small holes had let out its life blood. How it came to this end has troubled me ever since, says a cor respondent of Forest and Stream. There were no cats in the barn, and the rats "instinctively had left it" as well, during my absence from home. I at length concluded that two male minks must have had a quarrel in the barn and one had become a victim of the fight. . The barn is close to the dam of one of my ponds, and had been frequented by minks in pursuit of the chickens which sometimes took up a night's lodging in it. But as they were re moved to other quarters the minks must have had the building all to themselves. I skinned the body, which could not have been dead many hours, and the marks in the throat showed that only one firm and deadly grip had been taken. It is interesting- to know that these cruel beasts have no bowels of compassion even for each other. An Ocean Traveler's Plaint. In most modern ships evething seems sacrificed to big1 social halls smoking and music rooms, huge sa loons, etc. The modern sleeping cabin one can barely swing a kitten in, arid, worst of all, there is, in most ships, not a place to put away a thing. Imagine the discomfort on a voyage to Australia, of having to drag out one's trunk every time one wants a handker chief or change of clothes. The Mes sageries Maratimes and the New North German Lloyd boats supply wardrobe, cupboard and drawers in large airy cabins. In the English boats we are going backward, says London Truth, the older boats of our leading com panies having better cabin accommo dation than the new. We are a long-suffering people, and it seems incred ible the public stand this unnecessary discomfort. Antiquity of Sarpliced Choirs. Surpliced choirs, wearing- the vest ment now used under that name, date back to about the eleventh century, when that particular modification of the ancient alb and rochet was intro duced and the name was also invented. At that time it was found awkward to put on the old narrow sleeved vest ments over the furred dresses which the dignitaries began to wear to pro tect themselves against the cold and drafty churches: so the garment was made looser and the sleeves widened into the present well-known shape to get rid of that difficulty, and the name I of sur pelisse (that which is worn over a fur dress) was given to the altered I restment. D UliH AM DALLY GLOJLE, TUESDAY, JUNE 13 MR. MOSELEY'S COW. What Comes Into The Globe ffti e as a Sure Fact. Col. J. A. Moseley, who owns a cow, says that she will not, under any circa in stances, drink city water. He say3 that he gave the above cow water from the city tank no la"Ter than yesterday, and he was obliged to tote her water seven (T) miles from a well. The cow should be condemned, or the City Water company should be con demned. There is a chance here for a conclusion. Ladies' Oxford Ties. Our "O. K." Krippendolf's Oxfords have been reduced to $-1 23. They won't last long air, so be quick if you would secure of them. Durham Supply Co. a pair Pimples, blackheads, moles, freckles, tan and sunburn removed by Johnson's Oriental Soap. Medicinal. Sold by W. M. Yearby. AIR-TIGHT P!S. The Mud with the Olnger Beard TeUs a Story of-Early Colorado Days. 'Them fellers at Chicago is n makin' a whole lot of money in the hash busi ness," said the man with the ginger beard, '"but I .jist bet they ain't none of them got on to the scheme that a feller out in Colorado did oncet.' Tle grocer sat looking tlreamily out the window, wondering when his com mission was coming with the postmas tership, says the Indianapolis .Journal. The man with the ginger board noticed his abstraction, got insulted, walked across the street, thought better of it, came back and went on as though the grocer had exhibited the deepest interest. "It was jist like this," he said. "This here feller made a thousand dollars in one year a-sellin" air-tight pies." "What is air-tight pies?" "Air-tight pics," said the man with the ginger beard, "is pies which is air tight. The feller made em this way. Them pies was made out of two crusts, and the fillin' was wind, which he blowed into them till they was about two inches thick. You see, he sold them pies to4lie tourists, to be et off the premises mostly when they was out explorin'. Feller would buy the pie, thinking it was the thickest pie for the money that ever he had bought, and so it was; but when he come to bite into it his teeth would come together so sudden that some of 'em was jist as likely to break off as not. But then tenderfeet is made to be skinned, and when the Lord sends one a good man's way he is a sucker hisself if he don't do him up as he should be did." SHOOT ONLY AT ONE THING. Hunters as Well as Other Professionals Have Their Specialties. That there is such a thin?; as a specialty among professional hunters will strike some people as peculiar. The commonly accepted idea is that if a man can shoot at one thin;? he can at another. But such is not the case, says the St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Not only that, but by trying1 all kinds of game a hunter may ruin himself for all. The man who hunts snipe is gen erally through when his seasons end. If he shoots any otheigame it is for his own use. He some days sends in two hundred birds as the result of one day's work. Strings of eighty, ninety, and one hundred are not infrequent. His harvest is at the season of the year when the birds sell at two dollars and fifty cents and three dollars a dozen. The duck hunter is also of a class to himself. This is particularly true of the wood-duck hunter. The chicken and quail hunters are generally the same, and in large part they are known as farmers. Deer and wild turkey also go together. They are found in the same section of country and at the same time. Taeir turkeys average them over one dollar each, and when they run across a Hock it is an easy matter to get ten or trelve out of it. This hunter is supposed to spend the balance of the year in chopping rail road ties on government land, drinking moonshine and keeping out of the wav of revenue officers. The woodcock hunters also stand out alone. Squirrels and rabbits alone are hunted by any body and everybody: iLifi! TO BUILD UP both the flesh and the strength of pale, puny, scrofulous clul drtn, get Dr. Pierce's Golden liedical Discovery. It's the best thing known lor a wasted body and a weakened system. It thoroughly purifies the blood, enriches it, and makes effective s -4 J I . y m iii .r N OI cleansing, repairing, and uwiu lsmng me svstem. In re covering from :" La Grippe," pneumonia, fevers, or other debilitating diseases, nothing can eoual it as an nnrtizintr restorative tonic to o brine back health and vi for. Cures nervous and general debility, 'urify and rid vour blood of th tin and poisons that make it easy for disease t? to iasten its hold. ITbe " Discovery " is the only blood-cleanser. Dean-builder, and strenpth-rtnror th. ough in its effects that it can be grtaranteed. : If it do?sn t benefit or nirp in mumm m oocn J " llZlZ, J There's no uncertainty about Dr. Sage's Catan-h Remedy. Its proprietors will pay L"T 2SV i cnre 7our Ca- tarrh, no matter how bad tout case. Both the method and results "when Syrap of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts genii j yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers 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 its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 61 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who raay not fcave jt on nanci wjh pro. cure it promptly for aiiy one ho wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CG, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. THE GREAT PROGRESS OF ELECTRlC.Tf . Medical & Surgfcs! Institute for the Treatment ofCFsronir, Nervous, Venere.ii-Speeial, Private JFesual?, and ail SurctMl IJineasen. CfTBJB ?ARANTD in all cases arranged and taken. Bend four rents in stamps for book on above diseases, and bow to cure them, (.'all or address, r.a At dcot c cwpi P. c.n Mention Ms paper. MlCXVH.'e, i'fi. OBSERVE THE RACKET ! v ; H I T I ,2- L,JL UTAH All competitors knocked out on the first round by W. K. T. 11. Flour and Pure Florida Cigars. In addition to these leaders, I claim to carry one of the completest LINES of Heavy and Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Con fectioneries, Snulf, Tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigars and Glassware; also Plain and Decorated Table and Toilet Ware kept by any house in the city, on winch I guarantee prices, wholesale or retail. Give me a trial. Goods delivered t o. b. cars or anywhere in the city limits. Remember the Racket, corner Mangum and Parrish Streets. T sPTTJEgqgA .y. . ' . V. 1 .1 V.TItt: crr'r.-., er ct.c to Inaricity.i BEFORE AND ArTER USING. Tor Sale by W laT. Yearby. iHOCm venient iu carry in adf1res for 91 eacn, I III IBM' I i I I i I 'I -r-jiwrBWr! r-'. BEFOUE AND AFTES USING. Address NEBTE SEED CO., Masonic Temple. Chicago, iVl. For Sale in Durham, N. C, by MICHAELS & Co., and by W. M. nrEARBY Druggists. HARRIS LIT HI A WATER! -O- A Water that Is superior to any other Water ia the Unite,! State?, which in shown by the following Analysis : ITS SPECIFIC GRAVITY IS 60 DEGREES F. C ALCIUM SULPHATE, POTASSIUM SULPHATE, Miltll .M SULPHATE, Sltl I'M CHLOlUDK, SODIUM. BICARBONATE, LITHIUM BICARBONATE, -MAGNESIUM B 1 1 A It BON A 1 h . IRON BICARBONATE, SILICA, ... . PHOSPHORIC ACID, LOSS ON IGNITION, SOLID DRIED AT 2GO DEGREES E.. CARlSONIe ACID IN It I C A K BO N ATE , ItMM The water is clear, odorless, and slightly acid. Analysis made by EL OGDEN DOREML .S, ML D , LL. D , Professor of Chemistry and Physics College, Cily of New York, October 7, lSl. This W Jtter has no equal in tLe Uniied States for Curing Dyspepsia, Constipa tion, Liver Compluint, Nauea, Dropsy, Gout, Hheumatism, Diseases of the Kidney and Bladder, Hnraaturit aud Catamenial Derangements, Diseases of the Blood. BRANCH OFFICE, COLUMBIA, S. C. C. G. UABENIGHT, Prpprietor. Sale T Briift New, Attractive Designs, Going Like New Year's Gifts. We are going to Undersell the World. Look out now and see the bottom fall out. We have just received from the factory a Ladies' Shoe to sell for $2.00. which is soft and flexible, free from tacks, smooth inner so.es a glove-fitting Shoe which is as good as any $3.00 Shoe on the market. We also have a Dongola Shoe, warranted solid leather inner and outer soles, for fl.CO, as good as any sold for $1 To. Any style given in the above. Slippers at half price. We have the best stock of Ribbons 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 from 1 cent a yard to 5 cents. A call will prove to all that goods are going like giving them away. Surah Silk ftashei only b5 cents, worth fL2& Black Sash Ribbon :F cents, all silk, worth T5 cents to $1.00. Job lot. Let all come cjuick while this sale h.sts. J. L. Col6& Co'sN. Y. RacketStore Underbuy en and Uivlersc Hers of All. LUMBER, LUMBER. We are now prepared to furnish Durham and other points all kinds of Lumber. HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE AT SHORT NOTICE. And a9 cheap as any dealer. Also, we carry in stock all kind8 of Dressed Ceiling a?id Flooring, Shinglea and Laths. Come and see us. Office, next to Wright & Merrick's barber shop, Main Hi rcet. H. C. HOWELL & CO., Tirhri. N O Tyr, irsr. o. .i D RESTORED. RK -. : : t: 1 S" the wonderful retr.eo!r is sold intca toe nervous diseases such a Week Meat ,.. . i .. ' , aiJ x d, Nib:!v Emission. Evil Dreams n , Nerv ibt J aspittujkt, all drains and l.s of power e Organs i.i cither ex caused by over exertion, youthful ivo use of tobacco, opii'.m oi stiinnlants v. hic h so-n lead -ir .'.rr.nticn and Insanity, Put up convenient to canr ia Giving A waj T 111 I I Li i f vest pocket. Sentbyawil in plain package to any address fr $ I , or O f.r i With every $S crier -.re ire z vriitcn earartee i: care or refund the n:ne;.;. Circular I ice. Address SPAHXS2 1TS2VE C2AI1I CO. ITew York. Mailed on Iteceipt of Price. RESTORED erve Seeds,"' s wontSerf ul remedy iru:ir:mlipil t i l urf all nervous diseases, such asWoalt Memory, I.o of Xiratn Power; Eleadaclie, WukffnlneM, Lot Manhootl, Mghdy KmiMlom, Qulekneti, Evil Uream. Lack of Conlidence. .Vrvmin! ., all drains and loss of power In Generative Orpans of either sex cau ted by overexertion, youthful error, excessive use of tobacco, opium or stimulants which lead to Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity. Con vest, pooKot. isy mail prepaid In plain box to any or for .. (with every Bat order welvi wriMen raara&tee to cuiv or refond the money. ) l or cale by nil rinicci'its. Aslt for It nurl ni'Pnt nn nthoi. 'ikpit i it i iu't1 CHAINS. 100.463 Imp. Gallon. 0.994 f O.TOO 0.918 4.017 i.Sl 3.74 O...U4 ZMM9 IK. 057 134.99 11K.7 7H .oaa Trace. SHIPPING POINT, HARRIS SPRINGS. PROF. JEAN IN8TRI CTOU ,,r Mam! PRIVATE LB980XS ON Piano, Organ, Violin, Guitar, Cl Plate, Cornet or any other or Orchestral Instrument. Mu'c arranged to ordei for any combL nation of instruments. Private conversational lesions in French and German. Young- ladies attended at their mMa Satisfaction and rapid advancement gUw. a i teed studious pupils. TERMS REASONABLE, Residence, Liberty Street, mar Qutt6 Durham, N. C. crfGlkiWesternR.R. Schedule in Effect April 1, 1892, DURHAM D1VI8ION. LEAVE Dl'KIIAM, X. t . 6:00 a. m -Daily for Lynchburg tad w.v Stations. A trains, imruaiu lmiMon, arm,- anl iH-iint I..,... v.... ..... i ...... i.i liuiu i iii'iii fiauuu. uv. in ui p. Trains arrive at Durham from ' at 7:45 p. m. daily. W I NSTON-S A LEM DI VI8H N Leaves Winston-Salem l .Vj p. m. daily; ar rive at Roanoke 7:uu p. m. MAIN LINE-WEST BOl ND. LEAVE LYNCH BUHU-DAILY. 5:30 p. m., lor Uoanoko, Hadford, Pulaski. Bristol and all j OiUtfl south, via bL 1. V. ;' K. It., also for Hluclield, Ohio KxttiiMoii. Leave Bluefleld 6:10 a. in. daily tor krmu,i:,.l Columbus. Parlor Car to Uuanoke. Pullaai Sleeper Itoauoke to Memphis. m KaokrUk and Chattanooga. 7:25 a. in. lor BoaJsOke, Radford, Pulaski. Bristol ; also lor Uluetield, Poialioiitus, Klk horn and statioi s Clinch Valley LMvMoa;alat for Louisville anl stations LA N. K. 11. u Norton. Pullman Sleeper Lynchburg to Louis ville via Norton. Connects at Koaiink' 7:35a. m. with Washington ami Chattanooga Limited. Pullman Sleeper tcoanoke to Naah die, M phis and New Uiicans. Idiiing tar attached. ftSft p. na., daily, for Roanoke, and interme diate stations, lias no connections Uyund Roanoke EAST-BOUND LEAVE LYKCHBCM DAILY, 9:15 a. m. lor Richmond, Petersburg and Nor folk arrives Petersburg at 138 p. in. coaatal ing with Kichmond and Petersburg rallioai, iriiviug in Kichmond at ;l."j p. in. Arrive Norlolk 01)0 p. m. 11:50 p. m. Arrive Petersburg t l'i a. a, connecting with it. & P. H. K. ouilv: anlvn Kichmond 7:47 a. m.; arrive Norfolk '.juu.iu. Pullman Palace Sleeper 10 Norfolk. Also Pullman Palace Sleeper between Lynchburg and Richmond. This car will be ready at Lynchburg at ittW p. m. tor reception oi passenyi i -. ri:."5 p. m.ior Kichmond. Petersburg ami Nor folk ; arrive Kichmond 7:5U p. m.; Norfolk iO p. m. Pullman Parlor Huffet Car to Norfolk. W. Ii. BKVILL O. P. & T. Agent. Roanoke, Va. RAILWAY TIME CARD. i i Leave Durham. 7 If a Hi 4 :ia m U Hi P ni ( j m Leave Durham. 10 luam tiUU 'SD Durham. Depot, foot Corcoran Bt. 7 10 a m 3 o5 a ni IS 11 p m Arrives Durham. 7 20 p m 4 15 a m Paeeragerfor Greens. Patsnngrr tor (iolda. Express lor (joldsboro Bipreef fur Ureeaacoro O. & J. Ii. K. Depot, foot Corcoran Bt. Express for Richmond Express from Richmond Ft. and Pass. lor Jeffress Et.aud Pass. Cm Jeffress Arrives Durham. I. A N. K. R. j Isw Depot, foot Corcoran St. : Durham. Mail and Express Mail and Bxpn Freight and Passenger Freight and Paascnger L. & 1. K. H. Depot, foot Dillard St. Mail from Lynchburg Ft. and Pass, from LV t II s m 15 pm Leaves Durham 2 55 p m 7 uua m 8 45 p m H 85 a m Arrives Durham. 11 40 am 6 45 p in HOIKS FOB CI4MIXO MAILS AT IH K 11AM POIITOFriCK Goldsboro and (Jreenslro express train No. 11 South and West ut 7:40 a. in. Keysville and Kaleitfh It. F. ). train N". It East Durham and Ualelgh at MB a. tu. Henderson and Durham K. P. O. tralB ! 38 North and Kast-N.C. and Va.at ItKlSaJB. (joldsboro and Greenstoro It. J'. " '",a " No. 10 East and South-N. CU 8. C. aa4 r" at 1:15 p.m. .... 'n Lynchburg and Durham It. P. trahl 2-North and West at 2:2o i. m. . GoldslKro and GreensKro It. P. O. w wain No. if-North. tkuth and We-t at 7:1 l'- m- ,, Keysville and Baleiab It. P. U. train .u. North and West at :U0 j. m. GoldslHjro and (jreensloro ( xpn-s uai"" oldaboro and Greens 12 Kaleiif h at ?:0U p. m. Hours of Collection from Btraal Ufa Boxaa. Ueneral-:35 a. m , 11-20 a. m. and tM V- itusiness Baatlop TM V- '" SULU Through :Trd;ns -f-KOM- ST. UK ill PECO Kansas City, St. Joseph, DENVER ST, PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS. Pullman Palace Sleepini; Car. Reclining Chair Car! OM.V One Change of 'arri to Pacific Coast. lbi THE BEST LINE tOB 3SreTDrasl5:a, ColoXaVSA THE BLACK BlhlA AND ALL POINT NORTH A. C. DAWES, G. P. it T. A., 8t. Louis. Mo AND Gen. 'Trtj. HaaarUkv Music :in! UrTr.W H