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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, JUNE 20. 1901.
The Gold Leaf. THURSDAY, JUNK 2, 1901. NIAGARA'S WONDERS. POWER FROM THE GREAT FALLS FOR THE BUFFALO EXPOSITION. MnKarn I'alla Citizen I'reparlnar to Llntrrtaln n Few Ktr Millions of I'eople In 1!MI Many C"tlr Im provrmrnli by the State. Wltliin 30 minutes' rldo of the Tan Arueikan Kxposition are the falls of Niagara, the most magnificent and in spiring .spectacle ever wrought by na ture for the sight of man. Here, also, are to le seen the greatest electric power development in the world and bridges wLich are marvels of engineer ing. To see these natural and engineer ing wonders over a million people visit Niagara annually. These objects may be said to form a part of the Pan Ameriean Kxposition, situated as they are within su h a short distance of it, and visitors will find it convenient as well as ple;is:tnt to include them in their Kxposition itinerary. The trains of eight trunk lines of railroad and the cars of a double track electiii- mil way will run between the Kxposition grounds and Niagara Falls. Visitors at the Kxposition who may In? pressed for time, but would not miss having a general view of the wonders of Niagara, may board an electric car at i he station on the grounds, which will take them along the frontier, through the power district, the city of Niagara Kails and the reservation, across the new steel arch bridge span ning the gorge, past the falls, along tin- top of the cliff to (Juccnstown on the Canada sid across the suspension bridge to Kewiston on the Ameri can side, along the edge of the water and past the whirlpool in the great gorge to the reservation and back to l'.uffalo, the entire trip taking up less than three hours' time. The people of Niagara Kails are making preparations to accommodate such crowds as have never yet been Keen at that famous resort. There are 150 hotels and hundreds of commodi ous restaurants, boarding and lodging houses in the c ity. Many of them are being enlarged for the anticipated Pan American business. The city is add ing to its many miles of asphalt pave ment and park roads, and before the opening of the Kxposition all of its principal thoroughfares will be in t lie tine.st imaginable condition for driving. A police patrol signal system is being installed an. I the ellicient police de partment wili lie recruited suKiciently to a (Void the most ample protection to isitor.s i d i nances have been estab lished goei!: ng the acts of all persons catering to :sitors and fixing the fees for services rendered. In fact, the au thorities and citizens generally of Ni aga.a Falls, wide awake to the impor tance of the Kxposition. are doing everything in their power to add to its success and glory The railroad companies are planning Increased facilities for handling the enormous trafi.e expected Their sta tions will be t 'darged and trackage in creased The International Traction Company is erecting .i large and hand some terminal statioi directly oppo site the Niagara reservation nnd within a stone's throw of the fails. The dif F. l; e . i . . ones hi i ne ciccmc railway sys u m on tne frontier-the finest in the world-are being equipped with new cars, possessing all modern improvt litems ami conveniences, some of thoi.i ;0 feet in length, and equaling in eh .uiie tne drawing room cars of the steam railroads. In 4 I . . ... ... mi- i.ues Niagara reservation new beauties and conveniences are be- XI AGAK.V FALLS. provided for the Pan American ing visitors A new steel ami .,tir....,t.. bridge to span the rapids Irom the American mainland to (;uat island, for the building of which the New York state legislature appropriated SrjO.nOO. is in course of construction . new administration and shelter building is being erected at a cost of .S-.'o.imhi The old stone inclined railway building at Prospect Point will be razed to afford nu unobstructed view of the falls from the park. A broad stone staircase con necting c.aat and Luna Islands, where the rainbows play and delight the visitor with their prismatic colors, has been built and new balconies for sight seers have been constructed. New beauty spots have been created by grading and seeding wherever the pos sibility was offered. A flock of sheep whl wander at will on Goat Island and add life to the Iieauteous scene. An automobile service In the reservation will be Inaugurated. In the Canadian park many improvements are being made. Niagara Falls will be dressed in her finest for the Pan-American Ex position In looi. Niagara Is an Ideal breathing spot. The parks are exten sive, liberally shaded and rnnnniu Tlsited by cooling breezes. No Exposi tion ever yet held has offered to the public an attraction equal to Niagara. It is bettor to take the worst of a deal than to suffer the consequences of a Quar rel Atchison Globe. Best For The South. 1 Wood 'i s 11 VUvl U selected with special refer Turnip ence to their adaptability to our Southern soil and climate and give the Seeds. best results and sa ti sf action everywhere, if , chant does not sell Wood's Seeds write for Special Price-list. Circular eivin prices and informa tion about Turnip Seda. Crimson T. W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va. WOODS FALL CATALOGUE issued C,gve'. Winter Vetchea. Rape? R1SA?r'nd Winter Oato. Seed Wheu. Graase. v , Clover Seeds. Vegetable Seed, for Fall Planting. Hyacinth. Ti,n catalogue mailed free. Write for It PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION. The Problem of Caring for Those Who Visit Buffalo This Summer Being Solved by Dr. Pierce's Free Bureau of Information. With a liberality which characterizes nil enterprises undertaken or ir. k. Pierce, of Buffalo, the founder of the World's Dispensary, he has established a free bureau of information and assist ance, free to visitors and householders. The purpose of this Bureau is to pro vide a headquarters for visitors to the Kxposition, where mail may be aduressea and delivered. To furnish conveniences for correspondence, such as writing debks, stationery, etc. To provide a list of desirable accommodations for guests which will obviate the tiresome search for lodgings in a strange city. To give information concerning Buffalo and the adjacent points of interest, in order that visitors may do their Hight-seeing witli economy of time and money. To htlp visitinir friends in any way consistent with the proposed scope of the Bureau. ITS I'K.N'TKAL LOCATION. This Bureau is located in a beautiful old mansion of Buffalo, at G52 Main .St., just opposite the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of which Dr. U. V. Pierce is chief medical director. TheFrte Bureau is fitted up with reception-rooms, wash-rooms, dressing-rooms, parlors, and all conveniences for out-of-town visitors. Dr. Pierce's Free Bureau had its origin in the desire of the Doctor to be of some aid and assistance to the sixty odd thous and druggists and dealers, w ho are mostly his customers, as well as his old patients; but when the plan was formulated it was found that it would take but little more effort and expense to care for everybody who might need the Bureau's assistance. When visitors arrive in Buffalo, they can go straight to the P.ureau, at f't't'2 .Main Street, and ask for the needed accommodation. NOT KOIt IMtOl IT. No bureau organized for profit can afford to do what Dr. Pierce is doing, and no other bureau couldjattempt it by reason of lack of facilities and the great expense involved. Dr. Pierce has arranged to make your visit inexpensive, free from annoyance and anxiety, and gfve you every minute of time to enjoy the wonderful Kxpo sition und its rnnnifold features of charm ing interest. Dr. Pierce believes that a great medical institution like his "'World's Dispensary,"' that is in constant touch with thousands of people, has ot her obligations besides those of a commercial nature. It may contribute to the pleasure and combat of humanity, even in cases where the profit is not immediately apparent. Impelled by these principles he has or ganized ii P.ureau to furnish Pan-American visitors with accommodations and such information, guidance and direction when they arrive in Buffalo, us will help tl em to spend their vacation in themost agreeable manner. The question of where you are going to lodge is of prime importance and shod J be settled first of all. Have all mail, telegrams and parcels sent in care of the Bureau, if you wish. I'se their waiting-rooms and parlors. Ask them about special rates and excursions to Niagara, the Whirlpool Kapids, Toronto, Chautauqua, up the (Jreat Lakes, down the St. Lawrence. Reliable information on any and every point of interest to tourirts w ill be cheerfully granted. Ile meiiiber, there is no charge or fee for any service rendered bv Dr. Pierce's Bureau. GOOD NEWS conies from those who take Hood's Sarsaparilla for scrofula, dyspepsia and rheumatism. Imports agree that HOOD'S CURES THE NEW PENSION LAW. All Persons Who are Entitled to Pen sions Must be Re-Examined and Approved Under Amended Act Who May Draw Pensions and the Amount Allowed. The notice to Confederate pension ers and those who intend to to make applications for pensions, printed elsewhere, is important to all con cerned and the attention of such per sons snouni be called thereto. In view of changes made in the pension law by the last Legislature, this is an important meeting, and should result in the putting of a number of new names on (he pension rolls of the county. Under the new law the fol lowing persons are entitled to pen sions ana should make applications ior such: nisi, iu sucn as uave received a wound which renders them totallv incompetent to perform manual labor in the ordinary avocations of life, seventy-two dollars: second, to such n.i i . i i ., , is nine iosi a leg aoove tne Knee or an arm above the elbow, sixty dollars; third, to such as have lost a" foot or leg below the knee, or hand or arm below the elbow, or have a leg or aim rendered utterly useless by reason of a wound of permanent injury, fortv eight dollars; fourth, to such as have lost one eye. and to widows remain ing unmarried, and to all other sol diers who are now disabled from anv cause to perform manual labor, thirtv dollars. All persons now on the pension rolls will have to be re-examined and approved, under the new law just as if they had never drawn a pension at all. '1.000.00 r va aa . H A MJW V" WINE OF CADnrti VT - wura V bnJnK" Pennnent relief to a mil lion auHenne women who were on their was fast declining in health When Vini ?L. "f 6h? "Offered with the aeo WiZng0t tt womb' leuco?rha 1wnirtn,tioB- The weekly SSh.C th? "enfor two months T1hty nntil aha was a phyt ic Her nerrou. system gave Ca?dul nd ft?" th0 trial of Win of x.rin th cure. Mrs. Mitchell's ci?dSi toVght to commend Wine of tt . rreac?of "Women who not take a substitute Ii Ti.nd'r0 iJ. i. Ca"!a nl Thedford s Black- with al.ln, of & wVco'rVb"". nd mj mense. came em, week fci iwj' months and were T.ry p.inf ulT M, bu band induced me to try wine of rJ!T "h.Bh1.n.c.;i,r,U8h'n5 pcrfecbt"e.?S,Ta'e1- 1 m ' miiw"v l parkhurst AND the negroes, A few weeks ao, Dr New York, preached Parkhurst, of i a sermon in ! which he advised the negroes to "keep ' quiet upon the whole suffrage matter, ; to keep out of politics, not to talk ' about the Constitution, not to insist upon his rights, but to attend indus- ; triously to the work of getting him- j self well ready which he is not now for what (iod and the countrv and the future may have in store for him.11 i An open letter in reply to this sermon i has been issued by Charles H. Wil- j liams, of Uaraboo, Wis., a colored j man, in which he asserts that "God, j the country, and the future1' have j nothing in store for the people of ; African descent "unless they become ' ruanlv men and womanly women, as- serting their rights as such, demand ino- nn.I ohf-mlno. ti,m n-.Mr if .i. ,.:i.i..r': .l ' n - Lcjf Liu, luitiuM 11 tueji in usi. The writer of this open letter is not so good a counselor of the colored people as Dr. Parkhurst is or as Booker T. Washington is. His desire to see his people become manly men and womanly women is commend able, but the methods he wants to P ursue are not the right ones. Dr. arkhurst bases his advice unon the unalterable fact that the Southern people are determined the negroes shall not exercise political power in any form in their States. In view of this ingrained feeling against the negro it is wisest for him at present not to try to vote. He can gain more by saying nothing about his rights under the Constitution. voting It is better for the colored man to go quietly about his task of self-improvement, performing with care and industry such work as may fall to his lot in the world, and not keeping alive the old hostility of the whites by trying to claim his" political rights. As for the "forcibly if they must11 policy, that, is nonsence. Attempts to gain real or imaginary rights by that method do not succeed in the United States. A policy of quiet and patient industry is the only practical and wise one for the colored people to adopt in the South. Chicago Tribune. If on want irood bread buy some of that STAKJUT FLOUR at H. TIIOMASO.VS. A. & M. College Catalogue. The catalogue of the A. & M. Col lage is received. It shows 302 stu dents and -jx teachers. The students earned in work ast vear k 485. Kverv member of the y-raduatin" class and some of the iuniors hud prurairn- ments for work the followinir earin desirable businesses. The College offers complete instruc tion in Agriculture, Horticulture. Civil Engineering, Mechanical En gineering, Electrical Engineering, Chemical Enirincerin"-. Cotton Manu facturing and Dveirnr. There i manual training in carpentry, wood- turr.ing, machine-work, drawing and designing, engine-boiler-and-dynanio-tending, dairying, horticulture and agriculture. the Hoard of Agriculture has hist established 120 scholarships especially for agricultural students and appro priated $2,00!) for agricultural work- by these students in order that they may be instructed along these lines and also may be helped in their expenses. paying For catalogue addreas President. Ceo. T. Winston, Raleigh, N. C. "Cincinnati, iooi. The 20th International Convention of Christian Endeavor, will be held in Cin cinnati, Ohio, July 0-10. This Conven tion promises to be the most interesting and helpful to Christian Kudeavorers yet held. The attendance from the South should be unusually large because Cin cinnati is near and the cost of the trip small. In addition to the Convention, Cincinnati is an intereeting place to visit and is easy of access to many other inter esting points, as P.uffalo, Detroit, Niag ara, and other places. Forfull particulars regardiugrate from all points in North Carolina, route, board, etc., address, inclosing stamp for reply, MISS MAMIE BAYS, Trans. Miin'g'r.. Salisbury, X. C. II u 1 A the S V by so, user, are j IMPROVED AND EFFICIENT TRAIN SER VICE. Inaugurated by the Southern Railway for Hauling Fruit and Vegetable Traffic From the South. (Fiuit Trade Journal, New York.) The Southern Railway and its broad-minded and energetic officials deserve much congratulation and praise for the improved and efficient train service they hae inaugurated on the movement of their fruit and vegetable traffic from this point. It is now the regular schedule to haul perishable freight from Charleston to New York in less than 36 hours. waich has already developed the approbation and hearty co-operation of the shippers in this territory. A number of "-rowen growers and shippers have expressed themselves as very well satisfied with the prompt and effective manner in which the Southern Rail way anticipated their needs in this direction, and. this liberal and pro gressive poncy, together with the vigorous promulgation of the same by the officials of the road, is having a decided upward tendency to stimu late and renew energy in this section, encourage the growers and shippers 10 increase me acreage next season, with results that will be mutually beneficial to the growers, shippers. consignees and the Southern Rail way. The broad-minded and liberal policy thus displayed by the officials of the Southern Railway cannot be too highly praised, and presages the dawn of a progressive era, for the fruit and produce shippers in this section, and promises an object lesson to other railroads and officials, which will be worthy of emulation. The Southern Railway will have good reason to feel proud of their officials when the object aimed at.Jby the latter have been appreciated by the fruit and vegetable interests, j The results attained are allj the more commendable in view of the fact that "climatic conditions11 for the past several months have tended to limit the shipments of marketable truck from this section, and prove by those interested in the develop ment of the raising of products is bounil to succeed. BAD BLOOD, BAB COMPLEXION. The skin is the seat of an almost end less variety of diseases. They are knewu by various names, but are all due to the same cause, acid and other poisons in the blood that irritate and interfere with the proper action of the skin. To have a smooth, soft skin, free from all eruptions, the blood must be kept pure and healthy. The many preparations of arsenic and potash and the large number of face powders and lotions generally used in this class of diseases cover up for a short time, but cannot remove per manently the ugly blotches and the red, disfiguring pimples. Eternal vigilance is the price of a beautiful complexion when such remedies are relied on. Mr. H. T. Shobe, 2704 Lucas Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., says : "My daughter was afflicted for years with a disfiguring eruption on her face, which resisted all treatment. She was taken to two celebrated health springs, but received no bene fit. Many medicines were prescribed, but with out result, until we decided to try S. S. S., and by the time the first bottle was finished the eruption began to disappear. A dozen bottles cured hef completely and left her skin perfectly smooth. She is now seventeen years old, and not a sign of the embarrassing disease has ever returned." S. S. S. is a positive, unfailing cure for the worst forms of skin troubles. It is the greatest of all blood purifiers, and the only one guaranteed purely vegetable. liaa Dlooa makes bad complexions. purines and invigo rates the old and makes new, rich blood that nourishes the skin active and healthy and in proper condition to perform'its part towards carrying off the impurities from the body. If you have Eczema, Tetter, Acne, Salt Rheum, Psoriasis, or your skin is rough and pimply, send for our book on Blood and Skin Diseases and write our physi cians about your case. No charge what ever for this service. SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA. 6A. 1 Hales Good Business. demand may be created even for most ordinary articles if intelli ADVERTISING gently, persistently exploited. ADVERTISE IN THE Gold Leaf, AND CREATE DEMAND FOR YOUR GOODS 1 Hh GOLD LEAF IS READ the great purchasing public the people who trade in Hender son -and by people also who do not trade here but who should do and would do so were they property invited. Invite them through our advertising columns write your "ad" as you would talk to a customer set forth the merits of your store, the character of your goods, the inducements you have to offer in such manner as those who run may read quote a price or two to give an idea of what customers may expect and let us carry your message all over Vance and adjoining counties. If you are doubtful of your own ability to write a convincing, business-bringing advertisement, or if you have not the time to do so, lurnish us with necessary data and we will prepare the matter for you without extra cost. Let us assist you to bigger and better bus iness. Begin now and reap the benefits of the ' iudicious adver- All largfe successful merchants users of advertising pace can you recall a successful we who did not advertise? The Kind Yon Have Always Bought has borne the signa ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and Jusi-as-good " are but Experiments, and endanger tho health of Children Experience against Exoeriment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare grorlc, Irops and Soothing1 Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotio substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Use For THE CCNTAUH COMPANY, TT FOR SALE. Valuable Farm County. in Vance A valuable farm containing 300 acres9 miles from Henderson, is offered for sale privately on very reasonable terms. Dwelling house with 12 rooms, together with ample aim splendid outhouses. A lovely old home. Very little repairing necessary. Daily mail. 150 acres of clear ed land, balance in woods, mostly of origi nal growth. Land well adapted to all crops grown in this latitude cotton, to bacco, corn, wheat, oats, rye, clover and all kind of grasses. For further information as to terms, location, &c, call at or address GOLD LEAF OFFICE. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE xu Trade Marks -w Designs r rtT Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive special notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weeklv. I,nrccst cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, 3 year; four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN 4 Co.36lBroadwa"- New York Branch Office. 625 F St. AVashiMtBD. C. To Printers -150 or 200 pounds in fairlv irood con dition, and a lot of display type which will be sold at a bargain or exchanged for nonpariel. Speak quick. .MI.. it Strono;, 5 i M 1 In 40. i t CARRIAGES VAHIS Best Fully SOLD LOWEST PRICES. Get my prices and examine stock before buying elsewhere. Will make it to your interest. o o o Signature of Over 30 Years. MURRkT STRCCT. NEW YORK C ITT. HENDERSON TELEPHONE COMPANY The following Toll Kates will be effee five December 3rd. 1900. FROM HENDERSON: P.uilington, 40 Chase City, .30 Clarkuville, 25 Dunn, 4r Durham, 30 Enfield. .. 3o Franklinton, 15 (ireensboro. 45 (Jreenville, 45 fioldsboro, 45 High Point. 50 Hillsboro, 35 Littleton, 25 LouLsburg. 20 Mercer, 40 Nashville, 30 Oxford, 15 Raleigh, 30 Rocky Mount, 35 Scotland Neck, 40 Sniithn'ekJ, 40 .Spring Hope, 30 Taiboro, 4f Wake Forest, 25 Warren ton, 20 Washington, 50 Weldon, 35 Wilson. 35 Winston, 55. F. C. Toepleman, (eneral Superintendent. OSCAR OUTLAW, Tonsorial Artist, HENDERSON, NORTH CAROLINA BbSt Fitted up Shaving Parlor in Town .MWltr.. MWItt. .ollm. 1ET THE Serviceable Vehicles ! THE KIND WE SELL.. ID IMHHiC Makes and Styles. Guaranteed.-5s- FOR CASH OR ON TIME, D. Y. COOPER. HENDERSON, N. C. KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis eases. Cm C V'C KIDNEY CURE Is a 1 ULl I O 6uarantesd Remed; or money refunded. Contains remedies recognized by emi nent physicians as the best for Kidney and Bladder troubles. PRICE 50c. and $1.00. For sal by Melville Horsey, dnipgWt. Printing- That's Presentable. That's the kind of printing I do. No slipshod work nnd inferior ma terial goes out with Jones' imprint on it. Up-to-date tyie faces, taste and skill in effectivearrangement of i same, good paper nnd good press- work are the combinations emnlor- ed. Prices reasonable enough to satisfy you. Quotations and sum pl'S on request. PRYCE T. JONES, "THE JOB PRINTER. Southern Railway. THE! STANDARD RAILWAY OF THE "SOSUTH. The Direct Line to all Points. TEXAS CALIFORNIA, . FLORIDA, CUBA AND PORTO RICO. Strictly FIRST - CLASS Equip ment on all Through and Local Trains;Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains ; Fast andlSafe Schedules Travel by the SOUTHERN and you assured of a Safe, Comfortable EzpeditiousJourney. . , . . . Ai'PI,Y TO TICKET AGENTS FOR TIME TAM.E HATES AND GENERAL INFORMATION, OR ADDRESS R. L. VERNON, F. R. DARBY, T. P. A., CP. AT. A., Charlotte, N. C. Asheville, N. C No Trouble to Answer Questions . H. HARDWICK, Gen. Pass. Agent WASHINGTON, D.C. .tllHfj. ..tllHt. .itilrf. ...iu.. . ..f'k.. mm mm .MWItl.. ..,ll(.. ri in Mm w 1 xiiii.. mw ..lit.. me' 5S .,! ,. - XZ 3 i,S 1 4F Ml Vi ( ALKALI p WAIT! I. Below is In ai nlvU i,f ih,. (1 mended to thore suffering from in.,"''' Inriiffpstinn I ',mvt ir ti.n -r J.K. Gout, Rheumatism 17-;. .1.. . . the Kidneys. ANALYSIS. K A LEIGH, N. C, Oct..'.. Solids 37.620 grains to one Yv.v, gallon containing of Silica Deoxtde, 1.07;; k- Iron and Alumina, 4 Potassium Sulphate, 4 Totassium Chloride, :.smi Sodium Chloride, i;.:.4 Sodium Carbonate, 5 o;c. Calcium Carbonate, 4.k;;. Magnesia Carbonate, 2.4.1 11. B ISA'ITLK. State ( For the Water and further -m address. 1 - uutv J. F. HARRIS, Proprietor, Henderson. N.'c Notice To The Insurable Pel ATTENTION, AGENT; v. ' Mr. John C. Drewrv. General A. , . t North Carolina and Virginia, of tlint'j Known ana popular i ompany, THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEWARK. N. J., Desires to announce to its laie runu of Policy Holders, and to tl.e ii.Mir, , l'ublic generally, of North Carol . . this Company will now HF-NCtii: mi' n in mis Mate, ana rrom tnisiiatf j issue Us splendid and desirable .iirir ',' all desiring the VervBest Insurance in'Vt ix-Mi.ue insurance (company in the i.tic If the local agent In your town not yet completed arrangements a.Mrt-. uirecuy, JOHN C. DREWRV, 5TATE AGENT, - - KALI lull. Aswts Paid Policy Holders.. . ISJ..t''.Ms(,tc hyc, Keuaoie, fcnergetlc Agents Wantti At Once to Work For The Old Mutual Benefit, vM IlMlTED Trains Double Daily Service Between New York, Tampa, Atlanta, New Orleans and Points Souih and West. are and Schedule in Effect May 26th, 1901. SOUTH IIO I M. 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Ar New York OD.SSCo ArPhila'phia NY PAN Ar New York t5 4i p n: 8 40 p II: No. -i 8 00 p Hi 10 10 a !. 2 10 p 11 7 12 p 11 10 o3 p 11 11 28 p 11 1 TJ a iii Lv Tampa SAL Lv Jacksonville Lv Savannah " Lv Columbia Lv Hamlet Lv Southern Pines " Lv Kaleizh Lv Henderson Lv Norlina 2 50 a 11 3 33am 12JP" Lv Petersbure SAL 5 49 a in .;.p 6 32 an. f- V P It R 10 10 a in .:-P " 11 a ill '.1 v - Lv Richmond Ar Washington Ar Baltimore Ar Philadelphia Ar New York 4 13 p in 0 jr.' ' - NOTE. tDaily except hum!)'- Of traltime. Eastern time. First Vice-President and Geneial Ma.i! It. E. L. Bl "Nt 'H. .. General Passencr ASej H' IFJK Has Paid Chars, IT WIU PIT YOD. Foley's Kidney Cure