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Bryan's Weaver Vote.
Richmond Dispatch. At the Academy of Music meeting Wednesday night, Governor OTarrall, in his address said of Mr. Bryan : "But Avhen other men, acting upon their convictions, refuse to support him he and many of his followers cry 'Bolt er ! Boiler !' and he declares that no Democrat who dares not to support him shall.eyer come back into the par ty. Pray tell me who clothed him with imperial authority ? When did he get back into the rear rank of the Demo cratic party? The last that was heard of his political affiliations before he was nominated at Chicago he was in the Populist camp voting for Weaver, the Populist candidate for President." This charge has peen made by other bolters and the Republicans a dozen times, and as often answered. To set tle it finally and officially, the Dispatcn telegraphed yesterday to the chairman of the Democratic Congressional Cam paign Committee, and received the fol lowing answer : Washington, D. C, Sept 24, '96. To Editor Dispatch : I have submitted j-our telegram of to-day, requesting me to explain why Mr. Bryan voted for Weaver in 1892, to Senator Gorman, who was a member of the Democratic Campaign Commit tee in 1892. He savs that the Nation al Committee, of which Mr. William G. Harrity was chairman, with Mr. Don M. Dickinson chairman of the Campaign Committee, determined to request all the Democrats in Nebraska and the States west thereof to unite with the Weaver people in carrying these States so as to prevent Harrison from receiving electoral votes in Nebraska, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Oregon, Nevada, and California, and as a rule the Democrats followed the request of the Democratic National Committee. In addition to this the New York World made an appeal for a special su perscription to carry out the plan ot campaign determined on by the Dem ocratic Committee. Therefore, whatev er Mr. Bryan or any other lemocrat did in the support ot Weaver was at the request of the National, Democratic Committee. Charles J. Faulkxee, Chairman. The difference between Mr. Bryan ana the bolters, as will be seen from the above telegram, Is that in.obedience to the request ot the highest Democrat ic party authority he yoted for Weaver in order to elect a Democratic Presi dent, while the bolters are voting lor Palmer in order to elect a Republican President. We may also note a differ ence between the President and the next -President while Bryan bo J ted to elect Cleveland, Cleveland has bolted to defeat Brvan. F E ATE P For Three Years He Suffered Could Hardly Breathe at Night One Nostril Closed for Ten Years. Mr. A. M. Ramsey, of De Leon, Texas, ras a sufferer from Catarrh in its worst form. Truly, his description of his sufferings seem little short of mar velous. Instead of seeking his couch, e lad for the night's coining, he went to it with terror, realizing that another long, weary, wakeful night and a struggle to breathe was before hiin. De Leon, Texas. Messrs. I. iff man Bros., Savanna A, Ca., Gents: I liave used nearly four bottles of J- P. P. I was afflicted from the crown of my Iiead to the soles of my feet. Your P. P. P. lias cured my difficulty of breathing, smother ing, palpitation of the heart, and has relieved ana of all pain. One nostril was closed for ten years, but now I can breathe through it readily. I have not slept on either side for two vears; In fact. 1 dreaded to see night come. Now I sleep soundly in any position all night. I am 50 years old, but expect soon to be able to take hold of the plow handles. I feel glad that 1 was lucky enough to get P. P. P., and I heartily recommend it to my friends and the public generally. Yours respectfully, A. M. RAMSEY. The State of Texas, . 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Has shown ability to trot on t,he Sont- land Neck track this sea.-ou m the pres ence of our own people a 2 :I0 gait. This is no idle talk but the watch tells the truth. Owing to an accident whinh throws him out of training for probably the remainder of this mwsoii he will be put to breeding service at the ex tremely low price ot $1" to insure, or if preferred, $25 when he has taken a record of 2 :30, or standard bred mares at 93i), not due until he shall have tak en a record of 2 :20 or letter. This is the chance of many years, you may never get another chance to breed to a grand horse, bred in the height of fashion and able to show you that he is a race horse as well as the crrandest gentleman's carriage stallion in this country. He will be at the track sta bles every day. Now is your last chance at the above prices. 10 1 tf Dr. Titrrs. Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic cures every time. Cost 50 cents a bot tle if it curces : not one cent if it does not. Fe' V J3. T. 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Ci Atlantic coast Line. W. &.W. E. R. AND BRANCHES CONDENSED SCHEDULE. TRAINS GOING SOUTH. Dated Sept No. 23. No. 35. No. 41 27, 'yti. Laily. uaiiy. iauy. A. M. P.M. A. M Lv. Weldon 1155 9 44 Ar. Rocky Mt. 1 00 10 39 Ar. Tarboro, Lv. Tarboro, 12 12 Lv. Rocky Mt. 1 00 10 39 Lv Wilson 2 10 11 18 Lv Selma 2 53 Lv Fayetteville4 36 1 07 Ar Florence 7 25 3 14 5 45 No 47. Daily. Lv Wilson 2 13 7 35 Lv Goldsboro 3 10 9 35 Lv Magnolia 4 16 8 29 Ar Wilming'n 5 45 10 00 P M AM TRAINS GOING NORTH. No 78 No 32 Daily Daily Lv Florence 8 40 7 40 Fayetteyille 11 10 9 40 Lv Salma 12 34 Ar Wilson 1 20 11 35 . AM P M No 48 No 40 Daily Daily Lv Wilmington 9 25 7 00 Lv Magnolia 10 52 8 30 Lv Selma 12 01 9 36 Ar Wilson 12 25 9 55 A M PM No 78 No 32 No 40 Daily Daily Daily p m P m p M Lv Wilson 120 11 S5 10 23 ArMockyMt2 17 12 11 1105 Ar Tarboro 2 23 Lv Tarboro 12 12 Lv RockyMt 2 17 12 11 Ar Weldon 3 32 101 A M Train on Scotland Neck Branch road leaves Weldon 3.55 p m., Halifax 4.13 p m, arrives Scotland Neck at 5.05 p m Greenville 6.47 p m, Kinston 7.45 p m Returning leaves Kinston 7.20 a m Greenville 8.22 a m. Arriving Halifax at 11.00 a m Weldon 11.20 a m daily except Sunday. Trains on Washington Branch leave Washington 8.00 a m, arrives at Par mele 8.50 a m, returning leaves Parme. Ie 9.50 a m., arrives Washington 11.25 p m. Daily except Sunday. Connects with trains on Albemarle qnd Raleigh Railroad and Scotland Neck Branch, Train leaves Tarboro, via Albemarle & Raleigh road Daily except Sunday, 5.30p m, Sunday 3.00 p m, arrive Wil liamston, 7,18 p m., 4.20 p. m., Ply- mouth8.30 p m, 5.20 p m. Returning leaves Plymouth, Daily except Sunday 6.00, a. m. Williamston .30 a m 9.58 a m. Arrive Tarboro 10.40 a m 11.20 a m. Trains on Southern Division, Wilson and Favetteville Branch leaAe Fayette ville Branch leave Faj-etteville O.30 p n. arrive Rowland 7.11 a m. Return ing leave Rowland 7.35 a m, arrive at Fayetteville 9.19 a m. Daily excep hunuav. Train , on Midland, N. C, Branch leaves Goldsboro, daily except Sunday 0.00 a m, arrive Smithhctd 7.n0 a rn Returning leaves Smith field 8.00 a m arrive Goldsboro 9.30 a m. Train on Nashville Branch leaves Rocky Mount at 6.20 p m. arrives Nash 7.J O p m.. Snnncr Hone 7.40 p n: Returning leaves Spring Hope 8.00 a m., Nashville 8.35 a m. Rocky Mount 9.15 a rn., daily, except Sunday. I ram on Clinton branch leaves V ar- mw for Clinton daily except Sunday at b.zO p m., and 11.15 a m. Return mg leaves Clinton at 8.20 a m., and J iu p m connecting at Warsaw lor Uiin ton. dailv. except Sunday at 6.20 n m and 11.15 a m. Returning leaves Clin ton at 8.20 a m.. and 3.10 n m.. oon at Warsaw with Nos. 41. 40. 23 and 78 Trains No. 57 South bound and 14 North will stop only at Rocky Mt u llson. Goldsboro and JMaernolia. Train No. 8 ma,kes p.Iomr t'onnerttion at Weldon for all points North daily All rail via Richmond,and daily excep Sunday via Bay Line, also except Sun day, with Norfolk and all points nortl via Norfolk. JOHN F. DININE. J. R. KENLY, Genkhal Sup'-j Sup't Trans. T. M. EMMERSOX Gen'l Pas. Agt NORFOLK & CAROLINA R. R. CONDENSED SCHEDULE. Dated Sept 27, 1S96. Daily ex. San. South Bound Daily ex. Sun North Boun? Trains. Trains. . Stations. No. 103 No. 49 P. M. A. M. No. 48 No. 102 P. M. A. M 10 8 40 Lv Norfolk Ar. 00 35 11 57 23 05 45 31 54 10 5 9 30 2 25 9 00 Pinnfirs Point 50 9 29 Drivers 05 0U Suffolk 43 10 18 Gates 02 10 38 Tunis 30 1100 Ahoskey 45 11 14 Aulander 2o 11 57 Hobgood 50 12 20 Ar. Tarboro 9 84 8 51 8 31 8 15 9 33 7 58 7 19 6 55 2 35 Ar, i .v oat 12d Rocky Mount 2 ou 6 30 No 23 carries rmllmon n,ir X ......... Jiaiiv. VMX JNorfolk to Rockv Mrmnt. with A. C. L. Train 23 for all points CUUIU, No. 103 connects at TTohfond fnr oil easiera Carolina points, also at Rockv A. t a 0 luuuub wn a. u. L. train 27 for all points south. No. 78 Carries TmllTnon TMrlnr nn-r Rocky Mount to Norfolk and connects or an points north. xor all information Hohfxlnloa oii -... or address G. M. SERPELL, J. R. LENLY. Gen 1 Manager Sup't Trains. T. M. EMERSGN, Gen'l Passenger Agent IT; CAN be CURED. We wiQ SEND FREE hr a large TRIAL BOTTLE I. P. LEE & CO., C0TT01T FACTOHS COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 28 ROTHEBY 'S WHARF, NORFOLK, VA. 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