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f.i-lt.i,. t Pally anil WMikly by Tn CdoxcL Pchtuawo Co. K. .!!. NotTH CAROLINA. ri(i.AS H. J TUN 1 AN. Editor. Thi e-'.Uor w1U not be repponulble for Coi'vi-poo'V nf of t'-.e HHOMCLF will rVmplx irl" n Inrt thtt no commnnlca I'on l'.l he pn bib bed t-xcept tver tn Mil orV rtHi i Hiii. Hrirf It t er on enr r. rit t.p1 always etve attention in1, if fotitrl aVHilawe, will be wtd with ht w,iif.ltion above named. IPIKi A. IIOLLOMON, - ?Inr. 4t. .kir'llM hkiu: 11 l ear DAILY. d Mouths I , youth o 00 3 0r - I 50 i r h WSKlLYCnnnvicLK :io Tear flA WKDNKDAY - - March 8, 1893. i hi: 1K10 It X TIC llKA. In hi inaugural address President CK vi Iurd rt-pHrds as one of th seri ou d-injjt'M to national safety the pri valnnce of a popular dispo ition to expet t from the operation of the gov ernment espi-cial and direct individual advantage. Th's not only applies to the manu. fae'iinn;: interest, which has been di rectly protected by thtj tariff, but alio to the clas of legislation demanded by the btlitvers in the third party plat f o. rn. The principle is dangerous in both cat'S, because the government in bitb ctscs is expected to legislate for the individual instead of the general good. Whenever the law-making power UTid -rtak-s to make law9 to promote certain interes's there aiisea at once the diPg'.T to national safety appre h'T.di'd by the President. (Jovernnvnt b-ing instituted for the gereral pood cannot go outside of i?s legitimate spherj and hope to escape long cither imperialism or commun ism. What should bg impressed upon onr peole is that laws cannot with safety be racUd to advance the interest of an individual. Hut the people have th right to expect that the laws shall be dilutable and just. Tbis is exactly what the republicans have not don. The evil consequences are s'en in financial contraction by which busineis has been depressed. Carry into legi.xtation the third party idea, and there will be financial ex pansion to a degree that will burst all business enterprises, depending for sue cess on 9"und business principles. The democratic idea is that legisla tion should move on lines to prevent contraction or expansion in any way hurtful to material progress, that the chief aim of those intrusted with niATHOF judge w. B. bodman. what its opponents say it is only Jude William B. Rodman died on an unruly mob, hungry for offices and e .... I :.nnnkl nF annroniatinor Jtn national vesterdav mornin about bait past v "J? , 7 Z 17 yesieraay moruiu0 iuu r j:oa r 1 t show itself to be able 4 o'clock, at his home in Washington, to fram8 wiae policie8 ftnd to pursue N. C , in the 76th year of his age. them witn seif.COntrol, vigor and de- About a week ag3 he had quite a termination till absolute success is at- svere fall, cutting his head, and it tained? The answer will be found in was feared during the day of his fall the capacity it shows for instilling into was ieareu , re8fcntatlTe8 m Congress the and that night, that he would die, but of harmon;oug cooperation the he rallied and was able to go about 8ituat;on absolutely demands, hia eround. and on Friday he was in The tariff is to be reformed, the his library reading, and was thought monetary question is to be treated' to be rapidly recovering, until, a tele- economy in appropriation and admin- v 3 . , . , istration is to be enforced and offices gram was received here yesterday an- are tQ fiUed Each of these matters nouncing his death at 4:30 o'clock yes- to appr0ached with patriotic terday morning. spirit and sobriety of temper. Per jure Rodman was for many years sons whose interests lie in the perpet-' an Associate Justice of the Supreme nation of abuses will of course, oppose , , , progress. Offise-seekers will seek to Court of North Carolina, and was con the digtribution of spoiis the sidered one of the ablest Judges in the principai iaoor ct the new administra- court. He was a very fine lawyer, tlon, regardless of the great questions and an able practicioner, as well as of of policy with which the public mind a- oj ;nfnma is occupied. They will selfishly "grab" most extersive reading and intorma- .. . , , ? .i , , , . j for everything in sight, perfectly in- tion, and a ripe scholar, having grad mn(iQ the injury the gratification uated at the University of North Caro of their private desires will inflict on lina, we believe with the first distinc the party and the country. This is to ion. He was on the Supreme Court be expected and provided against. It CONSTIPATION Is called the "Father of Diseases." It is caused by a Torpid Liver, and is generally accompanied with loss of'appetite, sick headache, BAD BREATH, Etc. To treat constipation successfully liench with Chief Justice Pearson. ,s lue VnJ a J lu .-uutw -luaes neaae, oyaen, oeme, . forwftr(1 itfl hfiSt mfn for office ana f airciotn. Me naa no pomicai men wjj0 are permeatcd by the con desire or ambition was always a viction that public office is a public close student, and derived more trust. The democratic party to day pleasure from his books than in political 6trife. Before the war he was on the commission with Hon. B. F. Moore and Asa Briggs in revising the statutes of North Carolina. He was captain of a com- piny in the first part of the war and was afterwards and at the end of the contains, it is believed, a majority of the voters whose votes are determined by careful reflection and by the appli cation of conscience to public ques tions. It has on its side the younp; men. It is not lacking in the talent, capacity and zeal the public service requires. lu dealing with the tariff it ill be difficult, perhaps, for some democratic war one of the jidges of the military congressmen to comprehend fully the cjurt, in Richmond, Va. advance public opinion h;-.s made on it., moJ r Kif a ; tha this subject since 1890. Free trade A , -j j r .v M8 what the masses of the people now we,.au.uw.utuUuv. .c demand. The insidious fallacies of the strongest and best equipped lawyers of tariflf Lord3 are, however, still pctect the eastern section of the State. He at the capital, and democratic congrece- has been largely engaged in farming, men who wish to be right will refresh and is one of the largest land holders their democracy from time to time by . x. copious draughts from the Chicago in the eastern section. - , A . ?,, platform. The same treatment will juuge uoaman is a granason oi me tend to 8ecure the necessary unity 0f late John Uray Blount, well known in purpose in regard to the silver ques the history of the State. He married tion As respects future appropriation Miss Camilla Croom. of Alabama, who bil1s there ia opportunity for decided It is a mild laxative and a tonic to the digestive organs. By taking Simmons Liver Begulator you promote digestion, bring on a reg ular habit of body and prevent Biliousness and Indigestion. "My wife was sorely distressed with Constipa tion and coughing, followed with Bleeding Piles. After four months use of Simmons Liver Regulator she is almost entirely relieved, gaining strength and flesh." W. B. Leeper, Llelaware, Ohio. Take only the Genuine, mark and Signature Which has on the Wrapper the red 25 Trade- : ol I. H. ZEILIN & CO. auscl-eod&w-lv ELY'S CATARRH REAM BALM terCns. Cleanses the Nasal Passages, Allays ain and Inflammation. Heals the Sores. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. lV 50 c died a few years since. He leaves six children to mourn his loss. The senate has now forty-five dem ocrats, including Kyle, of South Da kota, populist, who, it is said, will go into the democratic caucus. Martin, democrat, of Kansas, haj been sworn in, as his prima facie title is good. Besides Kyle, of South Dakota, there are two other populists Allen, of Nebraska, and Peffer, of Kansas who will not act with the republican opposition when republican policy is to be vindicated. The republicans in the direction of public tftir9 should the senate number thirfy-eiht, and In to piv confidence to business, which I there are three vacancies which may can oMy be done by supplying a suf- give ris)e to 80me depute. The Legis- fieicnt volume of currency to meet the . e tr L- . ttt . .,. , : . latures of Washinston, Wvominff and Montana adjourned without electing successors to Allen, Warren and San- neds of industry and enterprise. This we understand to be the policy of the democratic administration in ducted into otfie on the 4th. ders, all republicans. The Governor of Wyoming thereupon appointed Mr. Rockwith to the Senate, and the Gov ernor of Montana appointed Mr. Man tle. The point is made against these appointments that they are improper, the Legislatures having had an op portunity to elect and having refused to exercise their rights. ' Thk tffect of the present tariff upon agriculture is thus pointed out by the Baltimore Sun in commenting upon a recent letter by Mr. Thomas G. Sher man to President Cleveland: From 1817 to 1860, under fourteen years of low tariffs, our imports in crexs.dfrom $117,914,000 a year to $.'J53.G16,O0O a year, an increase of 2i MJ nfr cent. This increase of im- Ma J. S. M. Finger leaves for his ports made poible a like increase of home to-day. As Superintendent of exports a2ricnl:ural products chiefly Public Iustructionhe has resided in this from $109.58:1,000 to $33.3.576.000. , . . . ... ri i . . f . ' city during the past eight years. Major There was big money for the farmer , in the increasing demand for his grain lger bas made a moat tffleient Su- and inat in those years. Had the perintendent. He has studied the tariff of 1857 been continued, our im- school system of the State with great ports anl exports would doubtless have Care, and understands it thoroughly, increased 150 per cent, in the first Tt i v. . j i. reforms, now that the republicans are in the minority in the Senate. For years past the Senate has swollen bills coming over from the House to larger and larger proportions. It has been the protector of jobs and extrava gance. All this will now, it is hoped, be changrd. A new era has arrived so far, at least, as democratic oppor tunity to keep democratic pledges is concerned. With Congress and the President working together for the public good, the happiest results must follow for the party in control. TRY THE CURE.HAY-FEVER A particle la applied In each notril and Is agrearle. Price 50 cents at Druggists; by mail, registered 60 cts. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Wan en St., New Yorfc. INerve Tonic Blood Builder r 40o. yar box. for 93.30. BandfBf dcrlptlT Dr. WILLIAJIS' HEDIQNE CO, Schenectady, N.T NEW SILKS. DrivinE the Brain While we drive it. i uic uraiii we 't a at the expense must build up tl 1 1 T- trie Doay. l.x- Nvrj Under his superintendency it has per fourteen Years after 18(0. and at linaf 153 per cent in the second fourteen 8rown int0 6reater "ness, and the yars At such a rate of progress wh people oi the State owe much to him should have expo ted $1,876,000,000 for the popularity of our common ercise, pure air foods that make healthy flesh refreshing sleep such are methods. When loss of flesh, strength and nerve become apparent your physician will doubtless tell you that the quickest builder of all three is Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, which not only creates flesh of and in itseif, but stimulates the appetite for other foods. Prepared riv Pcot; f- T y - tj mcn'sta. A- SPLENDID RETREAT, worth of American produfts in 1888 instead of t be miserable $095,950,000 worth we did export in 1888. The proteo'ivo tariffs of 1864, 1867, 1875 and 1 8 S .3 cut down our exports by cut ting t tl the imports with which foreign countries would hve paid for them. Commerce was stifled. It was further stifled by the Mc- Kinley tariff of 1890, which reduced schools. The Major has many friends in the city who will always be glad to see him. We wish him every happi ness and success in life. All of President Cleveland's cab inet appointments were confirmed without any reference. During the soecial aenaion of the SenatA Kpnatnra ; r t.-" r I r - . our iraporuoi European manuiactures n n j cl j a , by $.),000,000 a year. Hence fur- CaU &nd hem troduced resolu. ther hardships for American farmers. 11009 requiring the action of both Of course, foreisners cannot send houses. us anything unless we send them an q'jal value in our products. McKin Iryism lessened the farmers' sales The Baltimore Sun refers with fa vor to the resolution passed by the abroad. At present the loss of custom General Assembly coneratulatinePre.s. A- .!.. I O O io American exporters, aue totne pro- ;Jent Cleveland tective taritj, is estimated by Mr. Shearman to be over $1,200,000,000 a year loss falls upon the farmers and planters Now that the legislative and execu- Fully three-fourths of this Baltimore sun. of this country, because they produce tive branches of the federal govern- three fourths of our actual exports, raent, for the first time in thirty-two Their annual loss of possible sales is, years, have passed from the hands of accordingly, some $800,0 0 a year, the republican party into the hands of And they have had their sales pre- a party pledged to reform the bad po vented in this way for many years, litics and administrative abuses intro They have lost sales, lost profits and duced in that long period, it is incum- paid tariff made prices for manufac bent upon the party in control to con- tures besides. gjder its new posUion and the respon- No wonder our farmers, under the sibilities it entails. Promises are to pressure of poverty are as a class, be kept. The pledges of the national "dissatisfied" in the South and West democratic platform are to be studied to an extent, says Mr. Sherman, "not at the Capitol and White House and in the least comprehended in the faithfully observed It is immaterial Kistera Sta'es." The low prices of that individuals may not like every cotton, wheat and corn, consequent artiele of the party programme. Ab- upon the striding of commerce, have solute agreement is not to be expected, brought ruin to myriads of worthy, in- What is essential is that the matters dustriom men, and created the "alii- agreed upon at Chicago shall be agreed ancV and "populiit" movements, upon at Washington when the time "Ul,v l,1, m5 rat'n neeaea was not so tor action shall have arrivtd. Indi much the reduction of duties by 25 per vidnal opinions and interests must be runt., with tfi. aucinrr nn ..ii.nl, n a . . ic i :r . ... i i . " v-umco tuia i oauuiiueu, u necepsary, io ootain sue- wouia onng, as tbe increased sales and cess for the great undertaking to wkich increased prou s sucti a reduction of the democratic party is committed, duties would effect. It is as a market- Unity and harmony, indeed, are indis opener, teerefore, that tariff reform in. oensable if the nartv i to mt th terests agriculturists most, not as a pectations of the impatient voters cf money saver. j lhe country. Will it show itself to be An extensive assortment of new patterns and colorings in PRINTED CHINA and INDIA SILKS at $ 1.00 1 25 and 1 50 per yard. The assortment now contains styles and dt-signs that cannot be Seed and Table EARLY ROSE, BEAUTY of HEBRON, BUR BANK and HOOSIER Seed and Table RISH POTATOES By bbl. or measure. W, C, & A, I STRQNACH GROCERS, Bakers and Candy-Makers. EDWARDS' DESSICATED SOUP " (Extract of beef and vegetables In a dry state ) Ten cent paekag- makea one quirt of UeJlclons boup. Brown or Consumme, Tomato, Gravina and White Vegetable. Norm Carolina reaches In Heavy Syrnp. Home frrown, home pvike'l; natural fruit flavor retained. Bet and cheapest i:ut In the mirget. TABLE I'EACHEb 34b. cans 30 cents: $2 00 per dozen. PIE PEACHES 3-lb. cans 15 cents SI 50 per dozen. North Carolina Herring We have yet to cfUr 15 bbls. North Car olina Roe ber rins: $5 50 per bbl. 15 Y bls Noith Carolina Roe Herring, $3 50 per K bbl 25 kit3 North Carolina Roe Herring, tl 25 per kit. All lare, bright fish. Full hard roes. 42 y, bbls North Carolina Cut Herrlnz, $3 75 per bbl. New, bright fb h; no met m mmi m ah kctsb, Sea Coast Mackerel 5-lb. kits, $1 50 per kit. Smoked Bloaters. BALDWIN Condensed Stewed Tomatoes; need no cooking; very econom icnl; solid packed; 3-lb. cans 17c, $1.75 per dozen. BALDWIN Whole tomatoes; can be sliced np and eaten like freih toma toes, solid pack'd; 3-lb. cans 20c., $2 00 per dozen. XXX WHOLE TOMAIOES 3-lb. cans, $1 75 per dcz. BURN HAM'S CLAM BOUILLON, NEW hMi ::i h: Sags Cheese. NATCHLIT CHTE R German Night Lights 10c per box of 100. What is Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OiL It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' us by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverifhness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Cord, cures Diarrhoea aud "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, givis? healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. t j RICHMOND & m . ROAD COMPANY. F. W. Huldekor-r : rs . Condensed Sch': TRAINS LKAVE Connects : AtDr't c-. SOU. ft- ." - i .15 I K K . k A. M. Kev - ' , Dally J At a-.. No;-!i: At I f ail .. dot-s r for r CosiECI8: At !' r- ex ': - 4.4 J P. M. DailT Castoria. M Castorf Is an excellent medicine for chil dren. Mothers hare repeatedly told me of iu good effect upon their children." Da. Q. C Osgood, Ixjweli, Mais. CastorU is the best remedy for children of which I am acquainted. I hope the day is rot far distant when mothers will consider the real interest of their children, and use Castoria in stead of the various quack nostrums w hich are destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby sendit them to premature graves." Da. 3. T. Krw r-KxiiOK, Conway, Ark. Castoria. Castoria k so well adapted to chfl drea that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to E TL A. Abcbh, M. D.. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, X. T. " Our physicians ia the children's depart ment have spoken highly of their experi ence in their outside practice with Castoria, and although we only havo among our medical supplies what is known as regular products, yet we are free to confess that tbs merits of Castoria Las won us to look with favor upon it." United Hospital jd DispsjfaamT, Boston, Mass. Ati.su C Smith, JYes., COHSKCTS: r At j- !nt..:: - North. :. o j - .fl; , , I t Sa!tl i. HU'i V ' V lor ?rt'inr; -pTTiT - , ti.'ii " -1: . lo'.T W NfM i. - .avi'. ..h UAT". lit? 1.2S P. M. Daily. int r:..-.. A u- 1 I.. cr.t, ' , Iy At .. . . ani : '. -c-;-t Connects: Tie Cntmar Company, T7 Korrty Street, New York City. " JH...WI " s.4r, A. M. Drtily V.x San , trrawna New and Popular Book: Tlie Itevisea. Edition Or Oommon Prayer: BLACK CLOTH, by mail postpaid 3f FRENCH bEAL. (50 VEIN I HAN MOROCCO, " 75 PFRSIAN MOROCCO, India Paper. . $1.25 fKltaiAJ UAL , " " . . . (J .At r-V'v. i Vo'i:::, l tior,t , U.H-r V. TRAINS A KKiVK DAfiv. 6 00 h ia DhIIt. (Norrh 4.30 p pi I 11.10 pmllu Ka.-uru ( I Nr.rTh ?rn . Kro?m;:i DoaUe da:ly i - SL KKUKLKV. V,. firet'i'-!Kro. (".. W. U. Ol.lt , Gcnertl Vi:K r, SOL KAA.. Tra.o Our New Publications: Williams' Reader for Beginners, ivoriM uaroiina Kpeiiin-iiooK, . . . .20 CapeFear &.Ycdklr.V BotTH No. 1. Court en m-.I S In efTett Jr.-.. DAILY K DUPLICATED. 1 1 & R, S, Tucker & Co, 123 and 125 Fayettevilie St. The Latest Novelties FOB TEAS, SUPPERS AND TABLE USE. Emporium of Delicacies. The icecream saloon of Mr. nha. Bretsch, 103 FajetteviUe street I now one of the moat popular resorts In the city, and as thi season progresses tnere will be a great rash for the splendid ice cream ot all varieties. In add.tlon is the BAKERY where the Wt cakes, pies, &c, can be hd fresh and fine. Candles, fruits and other dainties in profusion mar5-tf A. 0. BAUER, ARCHITECT, K A LEIGH, N. C. Plans ann specifications furnished on G, G, WILLIAMS & CO, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Manufacturers and wholesale dealers in PAPER AND ENVELOPES. John W. Evans, OABRIAQK AND BUOOT Manu fa. o tiarer - Special attention given to Recairing and Repainting. Orders for any style 6f work solicited. If your carriage or buggy needs repairing, painting or trimming for the spring and you will send it to tue I will do the work for you during the winter, an$ then store it until you wish It in the spring. All Work Guaranteed To be as represented. Prices as teasonab e m good work wll justify. Factory Northwest comer Morgan and Blount streets. Raleigh. N. C. Banquet Seafoam Champagne And Social Tea Wafers of the quality. finest 8ALTED ALMONDS, QUEEN OLIVES, PITTED OLIVES Celebrated Liquid Soups DESSICCATED SOUPS. Finest quality coffee, teas, chocolate and cocoa ana Florida oranges, apples, Malaga. Grapes and bananas. Don't forget to add to yo order some of "BOSS5 Celebrated Lunch Milk Biscuits and Soda uracKers, you wui Qncl them of superior quality. A iuu supply of fresh groceries and &a Die luxuries always on hand. PROMPT DELIVERY AT THOMAS PESCUD'S Tlphou No 3 21. The Tiler Desk C ; St. LaiU. mvo jubl wrowa on me tUarBLtt an eiegant eianaarn Annque Oak, 4 ft. C in. nou uurtain oesk, complete in every de tail. F. O. B. St. frills, for 21 same style and finish, for 123 net. spot cash. See their card in this issue. Send your oraer direct or send tor special circu lar. Bank counter and government work a specialty. Send in vonr flow plans fo $ 1 6 E PLcffiS $21 jji I TYLER DESK CO., ST.LCUIS.MO Our Mammoth Catalogue nf Raw . and ,the' Officb Fukniturb for 189i now ready. New Goods. New gtvles in Desks, Tables, Chairs, Book Cases, Cabi- on.., ore., ana ai matchless prices as above indicated. Onr mi. .J known and sold freely in every country that u- i ree. 08tagel2c. HOUCHIN'S WAX TAPERS White and Colored Wax Candles. KODAK 0 D A OU RES Headache, Neuralgia, Tooth Ache, Pleasantly, Quickly Sold hy DRUGGIST, IO Cfuts per Pink Envelope (2 doses). A Scientific COMPOUND. 0 D A Seed orders for everything you want in the Book-line, to ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., Publishers and Booksellers, RALEIGH. IV. C UUOpm Arrive .U. 7 4-. pm Lf v 72flpm Arrive r. 600;-m Leave .V': 41Spm S 45 i m Or. '., ri, 840pm Arnve Grii.-l n . a07pmLv NA WJ-'.-.-t. Nl W Jr.i.M A : lPJpni Arriv ..- 12 (Mini Leav Mi r-. Begin Right- Plants WOOD'S KODAK J. R. FERRALL & CO.. 222 FAYETTEVILLE ST. Now is the season for dried fruits, and we can supply you with CALIFORNIA DRIED APRICOTS, Peaches, Evaporated Apples, French and California Prunes, Dried Grapes. N. C. Dried Cherries, Peaches and Apples. SALT FISH Fine Mackerel, Mullets, N. C. Roe and Cut Herrings, BONELESS CODFISH, Shredded Codfish in paper boxes Prepared for the table in 5 minutes Price: 10 cents. WA fine stock of groceries generally Telephone 88. A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned." But a penny saved in buying a poor article of food is a dollar lost to the doctor. BUY SELF-RAISING Buckwheat. Saves Health, Dollars And Time. j And End Right. ens r.rrsl tr mvt .Um....!., . r t. il . u4a jl luc early markets. Our j for iSq-i. is the most comT.lotc r,,;.i-' ever issued for the farmer. P.nloi-or S and trucker. It tells how to begin right I and end right. We send it j ' J?A: rite lor it aaa current pneus of any Grass and Clover Seeds, ( Potatoes, &c. ii yon mar nyjulrf. fVr1 ymrrorpn direct tf roar merchant du not tmodia ood'a red. T. W. WOOD & SONS, j Seedsmen, Richmond, Va. j Sorm Borsn. No. 3. 10 15 pnj Arrive Lct'! P20 ;ra V 8 4.1 pin " lit-! : T 17 pr.i Lev Ts.i : Koira No. 25 BMini irrive lUn.-fiir, I 4 00ptnLve OrTn-Ujro, rTH Bocjtd. No. 15. Mixrd Duly r-x. MOIMURIEIMTS and HEADSTONES AT A BIG DISCOUNT FOR 30 DAYS We have a large stock of finished monuments and headstones of the best mate rial and beautiful des'gns which we offer for the next thirty dnvs a liberal discount In order to reduce our stock. All work guaranteed. Designs and s mples free. We pay the freight DURHAM & Fayettevlile Street. ebH-tf ELLIOTT, Kalelgh. N. C. Consignment l make a specialty of handing all kinds oi conncry proauce ann will guarantee quick sales and prompt returns. Wyi be glad to correspond with any one who has POULTRY, EGGS, or PKODUCE of any kind TO 8HIP : Now In store a fine lot of EARLY ROSE SEED POTATOES, N. C. Cut Herring in y, barrels. Fine Syrup and Porto Rica Molasses and Pure old fashion N C. Buckwheat Flcur A Nice and Clean Stock Of staple and fancy groceries always on hand. Free and jirompt delivery. Phone 2S. D. T lohnson, ( AOKHT.) 16 Hargett St. --dS5W 1 i Raleigh, N. C A BISCUIT MILL OB A SETT OF Bread. Cake AND Frutit Knives Will make an acceptable present to any auuse&eeper. BOX OF TOOLS OB ONR Of OUR iieiiii twimw For your boy. A Pocket Knife FOR YOUR . HUSBAND OR SON 8 20 pm Arrive 'Jr-TiV.r'i, j 2 JOjim Lft.vo Ht .-k !--, ! 115pailftV4 Us.h-.u. Train No. 2 contjfct. t t bord Air-Line f"r IU1 .-.-li, points north and t-T, ' . with th NorloJlt n.i V.v-- etonleoi. 1u.mi- Wo na n". ; west of UoaDoko. Train No. J como! at '. f Norfolk and Weptorn I., ii Malem, Hoanoke atnl a'.l j, ot Koanoke aai at Natil'.r.i - Line for M n roe. Chrl . and all poiDtn Konth au-t l'nilman 1'alaro h t : ' - Air-Linn trainn n-r:h : 1 and on Norlolk V W-et tu t. .. Lwostlrom lanoke. raeseugere from Wjin .- . Maxton. r.ennfttn' ai! of Sanford ill arrive t ii . and tavn 5 honru in U3:krj . ame day. Ami le time is e;v-t t . - . fat and npper at Faji ttv, , Walnut Cove. W. RAIJCIGtl BK. In AND tV't effect Bctiay, orsa sorr:. ... : : Lt Raleigh 4 uary 4 41 Apex 4 r 4 NerHill 5' i!rryOtkt - S"iucnr 5 1 Or-ood 5 r-r Colon 5 r; pford C l-.-non HpnnKi ft . ; Cameron Ui Va . .. i ; Manly fi 4 Hocyi'n Pinea r , Abcrdn 7 '.. rineUInff " 7 KeTser '. i HoPnian T ..1 Ar Iiauitat 7 ' S0I3 N r.T5. Pa- Thos. H. Briggs & Sons . 7 a rr WE WANT YOU io act as our agent. He furnish id expensive out.,! and . you need free. It coets notuTn Io try the busmen. We wiU treat you well and xi9 or a'l apes can live at home and work In Two ii i i "I "ODt,y- 'any have made Two llniMlre.1 I.,jiar a Month. No class of P-ople in the world are iiiakin- so much moner without capital a,t..oSe at work for u BuTne.' "onorarjie, and pays better than Yi . Tu 1 r a ' .Ke"t9- ' ou ve a clear .-..., - uo competition. We eouip vou with .rii,p ana supply printed directions for bepmners which, if oheved faithfullv, will brine more money than will anv other bu-ines.. Im prove your propectt ' Why not ? Vou can do so easily and surely at work for n. Keaonable industry only necessary for absolute succe raniphlet circular (riving every particular is lent tree to all. Ii i:iv not in fending for it GfcOKGK STI.NON & CO, Uoa No. 488, Portland, Me. Lt amiev . . , offman... Feyner - :.l PiUe Kluff - 4 Aberdeen s s: Bont'rn Kata 4'. Manly 45 Vae 9 Cameron 9 rj Lemon c'pnnt-.. 9 8nfrd J i) Colon '. r,l Oejrood V C1 Monoure ;o 11 Mrrr'iaka l; v3 New HU1 1.) S3 AT ex "iO 5 Oarv 10 17 Ar K;e;ta . 11 17 a ra Ai Johnson Htreet . PITTSl'.O.TO IJOAD L-e- ritteborc 3 n" a- Arrive Monenr J.W a. rn. ar. 1 ' L- MT.rc 10 la .v. ar:1 ' Arn. ttttfrjoro !1X' D; . a-. ! ' J. NTXDKH, (i.-. i V--L. T. MYF.Krf, Gc-f' : The Phoenix otsncii Wc 8TENCILS, Rubber Ftamp?. Urass Check.", e'e, n nfactured to order. S. B. TUKXKK&O No. 81, Water St.. Norfolk.