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THE HENDEKSOK GOIiD XEAF THURSDAY, JUNE ,16, 1904.
The Gold Leaf.
THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1904.
PROMOTION BY RETORT.
Apt Answer to Quaint Questions
Which Pleased Suvaroff.
The great Russian Holdier, Marshal
Suvaroff, was in the habit of asking
his men difficult quentions, sometimes
foolish ones, and bestowing favors
on those who showed presence of
mind in answering him. On one oc
casion a general of division went him
si sergeant with dispatches, at the
same time recommending the bearer
to .Suvaroff s notice. The marshal,
as usual proceeded to test him by a
series of whimsical questions.
"How far is it to the moon?" was
the first query.
"Two of your excellency's forced
man-lies," the soldier promptly re
plied. "If your men began to give way
in battle, what would you do?"
"I'd tell them that just behind the
enemy's line there was a wagon load
of something to eat."
"How manv fish are there in the
N-a?"
"Just as many sis have not been
caught."
And so the examination went on
till Suvaroff, finding his new uc
' quaintance armed at all points, at
length put a final poser:
"What is the difference between
your colonel and myself?"
"The difference is this," replied the
soldier coolly. "My colonel cannot
make me a captain, but you excel
lency can."
Suvaroff, struck by his shrewdness,
kept his eye upon the man and soon
afterward gave his the promotion
for which he had hinted.
Two Evenly Divided Political Parties
Needed in the South.
Kulfigh Time.
More and more it becomes appar
ent that we in the South ought to
have two evenly divided political
parties. This is the onh way to
build up party strength and paity
organization. This is promptly and
vigorously resented by the office
holder, and will be until h4 is put out
and some one else put in, then he will
be the strongest advocate of this
course. To be able to appreciate the
position we maintain, we only have
to look into the present status of the
one, and practically only one, politi
cal party in our State. There is just
as much criticism of the friends of
opposing delegates, from the same
political party, as was ever heard
against the accredited representa
tives of opposite political parties.
Read what Mr. Bryan says in his
paper. Here it is:
"It is quite the fashion for the re
organizers to talk of 'harmony be
tween the factions, 'and about 'stand
ing shoulder to shoulder,' but the in
sincerity of such talk becomes ap
parent when the methods and pur
poses of the reorganizes are under
stood. Where the reorganizes can
by force or fraud secure control of
the organization they proceed to dis
regard every rule of honesty, democ
racy or decency. What loyaltjr to
Democratic principles can beexpected
from those who deny the right of the
majority to rule? 'What harmony
can there be between those who be
lieve in an honest fight for honest
government and those whose only
desire is to distribute patronage and
who trample on the rights of their
political associates? It
would be a reflection upon the Dem-of-rats
who at great sacrifice, but
w it h great devotion, supported the
ticket in recent years, to say that
they could work harmoniously with
the men who, openly boasting of
their desertion in 189G, employ bur
glarious methods to secure control
of the party organization and who
hope in the same way to secure the
offices."
It would be hard to find any harder
utterances from any op e1' 3 party
leader, even under the . severe
provocation. And yet his is said
by Mr. Bryan about men who are in
the same party organization with
him. And many of them, like Judge
Parker, voted for him both times he
was a candidate for the Presidency.
It was a Tennessee woman who
kept her money in the Bible. If some
Salisbury wives would follow this
example their husbands would never
find it. Salisbury Globe.
The gubernatorial contest in this
State has begun to attract attention
in other States. The Richmond Times
Dispatch thinks the track is getting
in good condition for a dark horse.
Not unless the foolish friends of those
already warming up keep at it as
they nqw are. Either man in the
race would fill the bill well, make a
good run, and a fine Governor after
the race is over. Raleigh Post.
222 South Peoria St,
Chicago, III., Oct. 7, 1902.
Eight months ago I was ao ill
that I "waa compelled to lie or tit
down nearly ad the time. My
stomach was to weak and upset
that I could keep nothing on it
and I vomiUd frequently. I
could not urinate without great
pain and I coughed so much that
my throat ana lungs were raw
and sore. The doctors pro
nounced it Bright 's disease and
others said it was consumption.
It mattered little to me what
they called it and I had no de
sire to live. A sister visited me
from St. Louia and asked me if
I had ever tried Wine of Cardui.
I told her I had not and the
bought a bottle. I believe that
it saved my life. I believe many
women could save much suffer
ing if they but knew of its value.
Dont you want freedom from
pain? Take Wine of Cardui
and make one supreme effort to
be welL You do not need to be
a weak, helpless sufferer. You
can have a woman's health and
do a woman's work in life. Why
not secure a bottle of Wine of
Cardui from your druggist today?
forllgaltli
PROGRAM OF THE FARMERS'
CONVENTION:
A.StM. College, Raleigh, N. C, Aug.
it, and and 3rd, 1904.
Following is the program arranged
for the Farmers' Convention to be
held in Raleigh on the dates above
mentioned:
MONDAY NIGHT SESSION, ACG. 1ST.
8 P. M. Convention called to or
der.
Invocation. -Music.
Address of Welcome Hon. S. L.
Patterson, Commissioner of Agricul
ture.
Response Dr. H. F. Freeman, Wil
son. N. C.
President's Address The Agricul
tural Outlook; Hon. R. W. Scott, Mel
ville, N. C.
Music.
Improvement of Rural Schools-
Hon. J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent of
T. 1 1 T 1 A. T 1 1 1. "
1 uunc msirucbioji, itueigu.
TUESDAY MORNING SE88I0X, AUG. 2ND.
6 to 8 A. M. Visit to College Farm.
10 A. M. Growing Cotton on a
Large Scale, Capt. W. M. Everett,
Rockingham, N. C.
Discussion.
Music.
10:45 A. M. Foundations in the
Building of a Beef Herd, A. L. French,
Byrdville, N. C.
Discussion.
11:30 A.M. Hints on Butter Mak
ing, Prof. J. C. Kendall.
12:00 A. M. Fruit Culture, Prof.
Hume, Horticulturist State Board of
Agriculture.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
Music.
2 P. M. The Labor Question and
What t he Farmer Must Do About It,
Hon. I. M. Green, Henderson, N. C,
Hon. E. L. Dauehtridge, of Rocky
Mount, N. C, T. B. Parker, Hillsboro,
X. C.
Discussion.
4 P. M. The Home Garden, Prof.
4:30 P. M. Spraying Fruit Trees,
Prof. F. J j. Stevens.
NIGHT SESSION.
8 P. M. Lantern Lecture, "Our
Worst Insect Pests and Remedies for
Them," Prof. Franklin Sherman, En
tomologist North Carolina Experi
ment Station.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUG. 3RD.
G to 8 A. M. Visits to the College
Farm.
10 A. M. Farm Poultry, Mr. J. S.
Jeffrey, Poultryman, North Carolina
Experiment Station.
10:30 A. M. Personal Experience
in Dairying and Dairy Interests in.
North Carolina, C. C. Moore, Char
lotte. Discussion.
Music.
11:45 A. M. Is North Carolina
Adapted to Wool and Mutton? Sam
uel Archer, Statesville, N. C. -
Discussion.
12 A. M. Neighborhood Co-opera
tive Cotton Seed Oil Mills, Dr. R. H.
Speight, Whitakers, N. C.
Discussion.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
2 P. M. Farm Sanitation As a
Means of Preventing Disease, Dr.
Tait Butler, State Veterinarian.
The 1 armers Convention is to be
a big affair. It is hoped that farmers
will come from every section of the
State andjoin in a discussion of the
vital factors connected with North
Carolina agriculture.
On Monday, August 1st, reduced
rates on one fare plus 25 cents will
be charged for the round trip. The
tickets will be sold going on Monday,
August 1st, and good returning after
Convention.
Watch for later announcements of
the Convention and rates on rail
roads. Board and room can be obtained
at the College at 50 cents per day.
CHAS. W. BURKETT,
Secretarv.
R. W. Scott,
President.
Black Hair
I have used your Hair Vigor
for five years and am greatly
pleased with it. It certainly re
stores the original color to gray
hair. 1 1 keeps my hair soft." Mrs.
Helen Kilkenny, New Portland, Me.
Ayer's Hair Vigor has
been restoring color to
gray hair for fifty years,
and it never fails to do
this work, either.
You can rely upon it
for stopping your hair
from falling, for keeping
your scalp clean, and for
making your hair grow.
SI.M a bottle. All drafjUla.
If your drugeiat cannot supply you,
end us on dollar and will express
you a bottle. Be sure and give the name
of your nearest express oilirc. Address.
J. C-AVlt CO., Ixjwell, Mass.
THE
OPERATES
Double Daily Trains
Carrriss PaUmaa Sleepers, Cafe
Can (a la carte) aad Chair
Cars (seats free).
Electric Lighted Throughout
BETWEEN
Birmingham, Memphis and Kansas City
AND TO ALL POINTS IN
Texas, Oklahoma and IndianTerritoriea
AND THE
Far West and Northwest
THROUGH SIEEPIIG US SEItlCE ROM THE
SOUTHEAST TO MEMPHIS AMD
IAISAS CITT.
ONE-WAY OR ROUND TRIP
Excarslon tickets treat Atlanta, 6a., and
Birmingham, Ala., te touts in
6es.tb.west on sale first aad taiN
Tnesdars et earn month.
Descriptive literature, tickets arranged
and through reservations made upon appli
cation to
F. E. CLARK, TRAV. PASS' AST..
ATLANTA, OA.
S. L. PARROTT,
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT,
ATLANTA, GA.
It is. brewed of the Finest
Malt and Hops, and the
Purest of Water, by skill
ed brewers of the widest prac
tical and scientifical experience
and in the most up-to-date
equipped manner.
Analyzed by eminent authorities,
and pronounced by them to be pure
and wholesome.
Recommended by high medical
authorities as a tonic.
Our motto is: "Not how
cheap we can brew beer
but how good."
We solicit mail orders in packages
from two dozen pints up.
All correspondence promptly at
tended to. Write us for souvenir
lead pencil.
The Virginia Brewing Go,,
Roanoke, Va.
OR TORPID LIVER.
A torpid liver deranges the whole
system, and produces
SICK HEADACHE,
dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheu
matism, Sallow Skin and Pises
There is no better remedy for these
common diseases than DR. TUTT'S
LIVER PILLS, as a trial wb prove.
lake no suDStitiite
PIANOS AND ORGANS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
A, D. Jones & Company,
Southern Factory
Distributers for the
world famous
KIMBALL
WE loan you money to buy them.
WE give free trials.
WE pay the freight.
WE Bave you 23 per cent.
WE add nothing for the principal
when sold on
EASY PAYMENTS
Wri f fiYI nnr 1otAo4- TInrt A.
gan catalogue and for fall
particulars.
A. D. Jones & Company,
208 South Elm Street,
Greensboro, N. C.
NICE DRY WOOD.
A CAR LOAD OF NICE
DRY DOGWOOD.
CUT SHORT AND SPLIT
FIXE, $3.25 A CORD. ALSO -
DRY PINE.
Cut or uncut to suit purchasers. All or
ders promptly attended to.
I. J. YOUN6, Proprietor.
Uptown Wood Yard.
PHONE 170.
riffs Ms
STATEMENT.
Supreme Council of tlrRoyar kttzn cf JSb.
CONDITION DECEMBER 3l8t, 1903,
Amount of Net Ledger Assets December 31st of previous year .. $
Incorae-From Policy-holders, 17.721,227.82; Miscellaneous, S 88,-.
DisbursementsTo Policy-holders, $7,320,551.14; Miscellaneous,
Business in force Number of Policies, 283,089; Amount........
ritten daring year Number of Policies, 39,o81; Amount...... .
Losses At beginning of year, t685.52o.00; Incurred, f 7,453,- s
500.00; Paid....- ... ........
.... - '- ASSETS. '
Book Value of Real Estate (less amount of encumbrances).. S
Value of Stocks and Bonds (United States, State, etc., owned) .
Interest and Rents due and accrued. .. .
Cash Deposited in Banks................. .
Assessments actually collected and held by Subordinate Bodies....
Amount paid in advance on assessments not matured..
All other Assets, detailed in statement.......
Total
Less Assets, not admitted
Total admitted Assets. ,
LIABILITIES.
Losses in Process of Adjustment or Reported
Losses Resisted
Advance Assessments
Salaries, Rents, Accounts and Bills, due and accrued, rendered
after close of year .....
All other Liabilities as detailed in statement..
Total Liabilities as to Policy-holders..
Balance on hand to protect contract in addition to right of assessment, under fol
lowing funds: ' '
Mortuary .... .......... ......:..........$ 560,987.60
Emergency.. 1,993,265.01
Expense. . 134,128.83 S 2,688,381.44
BUSINESS IN NORTH CAROLINA IN 1903.
Policies or certificates in force December
Number 2.611; Amount
Policies or certificates written or revived
Amount
Policies or certificates decreased or ceased
Amount
Total amount premiums or assessments
Losses and claims unpaid at beginning of year, $8,000.00; In- .
curred, f 87,500.00; Paid ,. ... .....
Supreme Regent, A. S. Robinson; Supreme Secretary, W. O. Robson
Home Umce, 40 snamut Avenue, Hoston, Mass.
General Agent for service, Insurance Commissioner, Raleigh, N. C.
Business Manager or Organizer for North Carolina, Managed from Home Office.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Insurance Department,
- , Raleigh, N. C, May 12, 1904.J
I, James R. Younu, Insurance Commissioner, do hereby certify that the above u
a true and correct abstract of the statement of the Royal Arcanum, a Fraternal
Order of Boston, Mass., filed with this Department, showine the condition of said
Company on the 31st day of December.
1903.
Witness my hand and official seal, the
"
Corbitt Buggy Co.,
WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF-
FINE. BUGGIES AND 6flRRIGflES,
HENDERSON, N. 6.
Sold in Henderson by Parham Bros. Supply Co.
STATEMENT.
National Union of Toledo, dlthio.
CONDITION DECEMBER 31st, 1903, AS SHOWN BY STATEMENT FILED.
Amount of Net Ledger Assets December 31st of previous year..,,., $ 339,38943
Income From Policy Holders, $ 2,056,820. 70, Miscellaneous,
5,798.29; Total 9,062,118,99
Disbursements To Policy Holders, $ 1,824,1 09; Miscellaneous, '
$117,124.31; Total 1,941,233.31
Business in force Number of Policies, 67,521 ; Amount 152,116,000.00
Written during year Number of Policies, 7,667; Amount .... 10,729,000.00
liOBses At beginning of year, fltw.UUU.UO; Incurred, f 1,845,
000.00; Paid
ASSETS.
Book Value of Real Estate (less amount of encumbrances) -
Cash Deposited in Banks
Assessments actually collected and held by Subordinate Bodies..
Total Admitted Assets
LIABILITIES.
Losses in Process of Adjustment or Reported S 150,000.00
Losses Resisted 21,000.00
Total Liabilities as to Policy-holders
Balance on band to protect contract in addition to right of assessment, under fol
lowing funds:
Mortuary ,,,.,235,929,35
Building 35,000.00
Expense .... 82,345.56 353,274.81
BUSINESS IN NORTH CAROLINA IN 1903.
Policies or certificates in force December 31st of previous year,
Number 715; Amount. f 1,206,000.00
Policies or certificates written or revived in 1903, Number 137;
Amount 168,000.00
Policies or certificates decreased or ceased in 1903, Number 142;
Amonnt. ... 205,000.00
Total amount premiums or assessments collected or secured... none given
Losses and claims unpaid at beginning of year, none; Incurred,
125,000.00; Paid.. 23,000.00
Praident, M. G. .Teffris; Secretary, J. W. Myers.
Horn OftW. Na.tioaul Union Building, Toledo, Ohio.
fl-.-iitfi-ul Aciii for wrvic-. I anaranci' Commissioner, Raleigh, N. C.
t;;:jn rrj.ii- or Organizer for North Carolina, Managed from Home Office.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, 1
Insurance Department,
BAMiTljL C. May 12th, 1004.
I, James R. Youxe, Insurance Commissioner, do hereby certify that $he bove is
a true and corrrect abstract of the statement of the National Union, a Fraternal
Order, of Toledo, Ohio, filed with this Department, showing the condition of said
Company on the 31st day of December, 1903. " . . .
Witness my hand and official seal, the day and date above written.
JAMES R. YOUNG,
Insurance Commissioner.
is the oldest (37 years) and first Business College la V&., (second io tbe South)
to own a building erected for its use one of the finest in Richmond, Endorsed
by its students, business men and the press. - Philadelphia Stenographer says:
m.. .3 u3 1C4UIUJ uusmcas vsouege soutn oi me irotomac ruver."
When I reached Richmond, I inquired ol several business men for the best
Business College in the city, and, without exception, taey all rirsauss?td
Smltbdeal's as the best " Wm. E. Boas, iaio Stenographer, Richmond...
Single, Iouble Entry and Joint-Stock Bookkeeping, Commercial Arithmetic
Business Writing, Business Practice, Shorthand, Typewriting, Telegraphy,
Commercial Law. English Department. Ladies and gentlemen. Day and night
Sessions. No vacations. Students enter at any time. By JUil. Bookkeep
ing, Shorthand, Penmanship, at home, to those who cannot corns to Collage. ,
Special inducements to well educated young ment especially to teachers.
Write for catalog and full particulars to 6. M. SstMeal, Pres., rirtmsM. Ta.
AS SHOWN BY STATEMENT FILED.
2,604,077.59
' 7,809,77477
7,533,747.01
653,319,000.00
59,766,000.00
'wv. '..
7,341,547.50
51,170.97
2,060,901.07
. 24,066.62
768,683.31
642,772.81
208,19
27,632.44
3,575,385.41
68,612.13
S 3,506,773.28
787,750.00
28,000.00
208.19
2,136.32
297.33
818,391.84
3 1st of previous year,
$
in 1903, Number 414;
6,566,000.00
711,500.00
186,000.00
85.67L54
...................
in 1903, Number 85;
....
collected or secured
88,500.00
day and date above written. -
JAMES R. YOUNG,
Insurance Commissioner.
1,841,000.00
17,675.08
835.599.73
171,000.00
.. S 524,274.81
171,000.00
WASH
And Drcvs Goods at very low prices.
m;. r 1
Hats and ,Sho es
Very cheap. Ladies' and gentlemen's
Underwear and Hosiery. Tin and
Wood ware, Crockery and Glassware.
Selected Stock of
Of all kinds. The highest grade of
FLOUR that's made. Price reason
able, too. Canned goods of all kinds.
Old fashioned Sugar House ilolasses
. and a beautiful line of Syrups.
Big Lot Hay and Feedstuffs.
Buying in car load lots we can sell at
lowest prices wholesale or retail.
Hejiry Thomasdini
WORLD'S
:
SeacboaLrd Air
To St. Louis. Mo and Return.
On account of the World's Fair, St. Louis, Mo., the Seaboard Air line Railway
in connection with the C. & O. Route via Richmond, and the N. C. & St. L. Route via
Atlanta, will sell round trip tickets to St. Louis, Mo., at greatly reduced rates from
all stations. Rates from principal points as follows:
atosrasMi 0-0y 18-Dmy
Tlokmtu Tlmkmtm Tfcftste
Charlotte via Atlanta f 36.10 f30.K) $24.65
Durham via Richmond... , 34.10 28.40 23.30
Durham via Atlanta. 38.75 - 32.30 26.30
Henderson via Richmond 34.10 28.40 23.30
Henderson via Atlanta ; 38.75 32.30 26.30
Maxton via Atlanta. 38.65 32.25 26.25
Raleigh via Richmond... 35.60 29.90 24.80
Rafeigh via Atlanta............ 38.75 32.30 26.30
Hamlet via Richmond......?. 37.60 31.90 26.25
Hamlet via Atlanta 37.60 31.90 26.25
Wilmington via Richmond 38.65 32.25 26.25
Wilmington via Atlanta 38.65 32.25 26.25
LIMIT OF TICKETS SEASON TICKETS.
Good to leave St. Louis up to December 15th, 1904, will be sold daily, com
mencing April 25th.
SIXTY DAY TICKETS.
Good to leave St. Louis up to and including sixty days from date of sale.
Will be sold daily, commencing April 25th.
FIFTEEN DAY TICKETS.
Good to return up to and including 15 days from date of sale, commencing
April 25th, and continuing during the Exposition.
COACH EXCURSION TICKETS.
On May 9th and 23rd, 10-day coach excursion tickets will be sold at very low
rates from Raleigh, f 18.50 via Richmond and $ 20.80 via Atlanta. Tickets not
good in Parlor Sleeping Cars. Tickets good to leave St. Louis including ten days
from date of sale.
MILITARY COMPANIES.
Special low rates for Military Companies and Bands. Quickest schedule, direct
routes, first-class coaches and Pullman Sleeping and Dining Car Service. For further
information, call on or address us. Same will be cheerfully furnished.
Z. P, SMITH, T, P. A., E. B. BR. ADV. Agent.
RALEIGH, N. C. HENDERSON, N. C.
For Lawn and Garden.
Good, strong, durable, well-made
Tools that will give a world of .
service.. You'll be able to pick
what you want from our stock
' and you'll be willing to pay our
prices they're more than fair.
Lawn Mowers, Garden Hose,
Ice Cream Freezers, Refriger
ators, &C BUCK'S STOVES
AND RANGES Of Course.
DANIEL & COMPANY.
WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUIS.
- Alfly-NOVEAIBER, 1904.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Account the above occasion, effective April 25th, 1904, the Southern Railway
will place on sale daily, tickets at extremely low rates, to St. Louis, Mo., and return.
Following are rates applying from principal points in State of North Carolina:
Season GO-Day 15-Day
Asheboro ......... $35.55 $29.60 $24.10
Asbeville. 32.25 . 20.90 - 22.25
Charlotte... . 36.10 80.10 24.6c
Durham..... ..... .10' 28.40 23.30
Goldsboro 37.10 31.40 20.25
Greensboro 34.10 28140 28.30
Henderson .. .. .... 34.10 28.40 ' 23,80 :
Hendersonville . ; 33.35 27.85 : 22 95 ;
Hickory 34.10 28.40 28.20
Marion ... 34.10 28.40 . , 23.30
Mt. Airy.- ... .. 37.00 30.85 25.10
Newton. ... ..... . 34.10 28.40 23.30
Raleigh 35.60 29.90 24.80
Rutherford ton. . 35.55 29.60 24.20
Salisbury.. ... . 84.10 28.40 23.30 -
Sanford ... 37.60 31.90 26.25
, Senna ;. 37.10 31.40 26.25
; Statesville (via Knoxville) .. 34.10.1 ; 28.40 ' 23.30
... WSkeaboro . 40.00 33.40 25.10
Winston-Salem....; 35.85 20.85 24.40'
Southern Railway, effeetivs April 26, 1904,' inaugurated through Pullman
Sleeping Car between Greensboro, T. C; and St. LonUOfo via Salisbury, Asbevill e
Knoxvilk, Lexington and Iralsrille; leaving Greensboro daily at 7,20 p. m.
For full information as to rates from appoints, 81eepiag-ar reservations,
schedules, illustrated literature, etc, address any agent, or
ILUYERrU)r1,Trntnz3rasGtS3-ncat, W.tf.03X!S,flc3t,
Charlotte, N. a " ' Henderson, N. C.
&iunnprxK,iteTrtfSGitoa:?( v.fl.Tftyunvcckrs.n3t(
'Washington, D. C. -
SILKS
FAIR RATES
VIA - . " "
Et A
TRIP
-OF THE
OLD DOMINION LINE
Makes a most attractive route to
New York and
Northern and Eastern
Summer Resorts.
Lxpinw rtuit.h:p Wve Xorfork V,
daily, eictj.t 3un 'kt. at 7:00 p. m . for .W
York direct, aBurding opportunity in,
r- .. u . wutK, nogfl
west and West to visit Richmond, Old pJZ,
Comfort, Ocean View and Virgins rW-arh 1
fiFor ticket and. general infoi-matim
tutVaf A (VSM tfl t
CROWELL, General Asent, Norfolk Va J r
r i upn . . . . .. .. . . . . - r .
mona, Va. '
. H. B. WALKER,
Vice Pre, ft Traffic M ng
J. J. BROWN,
General Passenger Agent,
New York City, N. Y.
SEABOARD
Air Line Railway.
DOUBLE DAILY SERY1CE
BETWEEN NEWYORK.TAMPA, AT.
LANTA, NEW ORLEANS, AND
POINTS SOUTH AND WEST.
In Effect January 11. 1904,
MVTUWARD.
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Lv Houthern Pines " 6
25 am
15 am
20 am
Lv Hamlet " 7
35 am
50 am
20 pm
OO pm
Lv Columbia ' 9
Ar Savannah " 2
Ar Jacksonville " 7
1 l
4 45
Otl
Ar St Augustine
9 15 pm Id 50 pa
Ar Tampa
" 6 05 am
No.38."
0 35 pa
No. 41.
Lv New York
N YrftN 7 55am 8 2
Lv Philadelphia
1010 am 1105 pi
Lv New York OD88Ca 3 00 pm
Lv Baltimore B 8 P Co
( 30 ps
Ly Washington MW8B..
i 3 pa
Lv Portsmouth SAL 9 80 am '.:: ta
Lv Weldon
12 12 am II 55 at
Lv Norlina "
Lv Henderson - "
Lv Raleigh "
Lv Southern Pines "
Lv Hamlet '
159 am 1 40 pa
2 25 am 2 10 pa
4 15 am 4(0pa
0 20 am OK pa
7 35 am lit 40 pa
Lv Wilmington " ; 3 10 pi
Ar Charlotte 10 08 am 10 4 5pa
Lv Chester " 10 30 am 1 10 as
Lv Greenwood " 12 83 pm 3 53aa
Lv Athenp 2 50 pm 6,') 5ij
Ar Atlanta t " 8 55 pm H 30 as
Ar Augusta C Sc. W C 5 20 pm
Ar Macon C of Ga 7 20 pm 11 10 s
Ar Montgomery A WP 9 20 pm (i 21 pa
Ar Mobile LAN 2 55 am .
Ar New Orleans L & N 7 15 am
Ar Nashville N C t Ht L 6 4 0 am 0 55 pa
Ar Memphis " 3 45 pm H4.rna
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No 32 Xo a
Lv Memphis, N C t 8t L 12 45 no' W 00 pa
Lv Nashvine, " 9 80 pm M 30 a
Lv New Orleans LAN 8 1 5 pm .-
Lv Mobile " 12 40 am
Lv Montgom'ry A k. W P 6 55 am 1 00 ps
Lv Macon C of Ga 8 00am 4 20 pa
Lv Augusta CtWC 10 10 am -
Lv Atlanta SAL 12 00 no' HOOpa
Ar Athens " 2 57 pm 11 23 pa
Ar Greenwood " 5 15 pm 1 5ft La
Ar Chester " 7 i7 m 4U(ita
Lv Charlotte " 7 25 pm 5 01 as
Lv Wilmington " 8 10 pm
Lv Hamlet " .10 30 pm 7 30 pa
Lv Southern Pines " 1 1 15 pm H 30 aa
Lv Raleigh 1 20 am 1 1 00 aa
LvHenderaou " 2 48 am 12 37 pa
Lv Norlina " 3 30 am 1 40 ps
Lv Weldon " 5 05 am 3 MI pat
A r Portsmouth " 7 50 am 30 pa
Ar Washington N k WSB ;55aa
Ar Baltimore BBl'Co fi 30 aa
ArNew YorkODSBCo " .Voo'ps
Ar Phil'deiphiaN Y PAN 5 46 pm r, 1 0 a
Ar New York " 8 1 5 pm n Ki aa
No 50 .06
Lv Tampa 8 A L 8 30 pm 50 aa
Lv 8t Augustine " 7 30am 20pa
Lv Jacksonville
Lv Savannah
Lv Columbia
Lv Hamlet
Lv Southern Pines
Lv Raleigh
Lv Henderson
9 00 am
1 15 pm
0 55 pm
10 30 pm
11 15 pm
1 20 am
2 48 am
7 50 pa
12 10 aa
5 30 aa
8 5 ta
35 aJ
1 1 35 as
1 00 pj
Tai:
4 53 pa
h 3t pa
11 23 pa
2 50 aa
C 30 as
E
Y Norlina
V Petershunr
3 23 am
6 3701
0 10 am
9 50 am
11 25 am
140 pm
4 15 m
Ar uicnmond
Ar Washington W8
Ar Baltimore PRR
Ar Philadelphia
Ar New York
Ry
Note t Daily except Sunday.
tCentral Tim. Eastern Time.
Pallmaa Drawing Room Sleeping Curt o
all tnrough trains. New York to Atlnota,
Jacksonville and Tampa Ticket a on wl w
all points. Pullman reservalionM mn.l- npu
application to any Ticket Agent of tl.ia o
pany, or
Z. P.8MITH.T. P. A., E. B. BRADY. AKnt
, RaleighM-.C. Henderaoo,NC.
C. B. RYAN, O. P. A., J.M. BAKU, P A G H ,
Portsmouth, Va.
W. W.SWfllH & SON,
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES,
tt&NDERSOK, N. C
Good Teams zad Prompt Service
Carriages for parties and wedding
Special teams for family uoe-eate
ladies and children to drive.
&ysr Patrcua RapectfnUi) SoHctt

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