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TO THE VOTERS OF WILSON COUNTY.
TAKE NOTICE. is plaoo for Wilson Township Precinct number 2. Wilson Township Precinct number 3 is bounded as follows : Beginning at the intersection of Nash and Tar boro streets in the town of Wilson, thence north-easterly a line along the centre of Tarboro street direct to the Wilmington & Weldon railroad near the Lucas brick yard, thence north erly along the said railroad to the Toisnot Township line, thence easter ly along the Toisnot Township line to the corner of Gardners Township, thence southerly along the Gardners township line to Toisnot swamp, thenoe down the run of Toisnot swamp to the old Plank road, thence westerly along the old Plank road to the end of Nash street, thence along Nash street to Tarboro street, the beginning. ; All electors living in this recinct win vote at tne uouri nouse ;h is hereby established Wmber sinning nd Tur- Wilson, That, in the performance of the duty imposed upon me by Section 5 of Chapter 159 of the Acts of the Leg islature of 1895, entitled "An Act to revise, amend and consolidate the Election Laws of North Carolina," I have altered and established separate places of election in Wilson township and Toisnot township as follows : WILSON TOWNSHIP. Wilson township is divided into four election precincts, which are designated as Wilson Township Pre cinct number. 1, Wilson Township Precinct number 2, Wilson Township Precinct number 3, and Wilson Town ship Precinct number 4, respectively. Wilson Township Precinct number 1 is bounded as follows : Beginning at the intersection of Lodge and Nash streets in the town of Wilson, thence westerly along the centre of Nash street and the county road known as the Nash road to Taylor's township line, thence southerly along Taylor's township line to Bloomery Swamp, thence down the run of Bloomery Swamp to Contentnea Creek, thence -down the run of Contentnea Creek to the County Bridge at Wiggins' Mill, thence northerly along the Wiggins' Mill road to the intersection of said road by the new road lending from the end of Lodge street in the town of Wilson, thence north-easterly along the said new road and Lodge street to Nash street, the beginning, AH electors living in this precinct will vote at the Planters Tobacco Ware house, which is hereby established as the voting place for Wilson Township Precinct number 1. Wilson Township Precinct number 2 is bounded as follows : Beginning at the intersection of Lodge and Nash streets in the town of Wilson, thence southerly along Lodge street and the new road mentioned in the last boundary line of Precinct number 1, above, to the Wiggins Mill road, thence along the Wiggins Mill road to the County bridge at Wiggins' Mill, thence down the run of Content--spea creek to the Stantonsburg Town ship line, thence north-easterly along the Stantonsburg Township line to Toisnot Swamp, thence up the run of Toisnot Swamp to the old Plank road, thence westerly along the old Plank road to the end of Nash street, thence along Nash street to Lodge street, the beginning. All electors living in this precinct will vote at the brick building situate on Barnes street in the town of Wil son, and on the east side of the Wil mington & Weldon railroad, and known as the Corbett Hotel, which hereby established as the voting TOISJfOT TOWXSHIP. Toisnot township is divided into two precincts, which are designated as Toisnot Township, Precinct num ber one, and Toisnot Township, Pre cinct number 2, respectively. All that portion of Toisnot town ship lying west of the Wilmington & Weldon railroad is designated as Toisnot Township Precinct number 1. All electors living in this precinct will vote at E. H. Vick's store, situate about 75 yards west of the Wilming ton & Weldon railroad in the town of Elm City, which store is hereby es tablished as the voting place for Tois not Township Precinct number 1. All that portion of Toisnot town ship lying east of the Wilmington & Weldon railroad is designated as Toisnot Township Precinct number 2. All electors living in this precinct will vote at the place heretofore es tablished as the voting place for Tois not township, and which place is hereby established as the voting place for Toisnot Township Precinct number 2. BLACK CREEK TOWNSHIP. No change is made in Black Creek township, and the electors living in that township will vote at the same place in the town of Black Creek as heretofore. CROSS ROADS TOWNSHIP. No change is made in Cross Roads Township, and the electors living in tnat townsnip will vote at tne same place as heretofore. SPRING HILL TOWNSHIP. No change is made in Spring Hill township, and the electors living in that township will vote at the same place as heretofore. OLD FIELDS TOWNSHIP. No change is made in Old Fields township, and the electors living in that township will vote at the same place as heretofore. TAYLORS TOWNSHIP. No change is made in Taylors town ship, and the electors Jiving in that township will vote at the same place as heretofore. C. E. MOORE, Physician and Surgeon, Wilson, N. C. R. W. JOYNER, Si'ROeon Dentist, Wilson. N- C. C. T. HARRISS, Attorney at Law, Wilson, N. C. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. (PIEDMONT AIR LINE,) '! Schedule Effective March 17, 1895. , This Conttensed Schedule is published as information only and is subject to change without notice to the public. CKf lECKtt, ftAJFlfcll AD OLDB4RO. JJR. E. K. WRIGHT. Dentist, Has removed his office to corner of Tarboro and Nash Streets. Up Stairs. S. GARDNERS TOWNSHIP. No change is made in Gardners township, and the electors living in that township will vote at the same place as heretofore. SARATOGA TOWNSHIP. No change is make in Saratoga township, and the electors living in that township will vote at the same place as heretofore. STANTONSBURG TOWNSHIP. No change is made in Stantonsburg township, and the electors living in that township will vote at the same place as heretofore. J. D. Bardin, Clerk Superior Court of Wilson County. This Feb. 20th, 1896. Durham Almanac. A very neat Durham Almanac has been received, edited and arranged by Capt. N. A. Ramsey, one of North Carolina's gallant Confederate surviv ors and an alumnus of the University of North Carolina of the class of 1848. It contains a list of all the living grad uates. We have not looked over the list. But glancing at four years we find many mistakes. Of the class of 1846, af those namec- as living four are dead, perhaps more. Of the class of 1847, four are dead, perhaps more. Of the class of 1894, fourjat least are dead and we think one or two more. Of the class of 1851, three are dead of those reported living. One Hyes here who is " AZl e a'manac is very neaf and" usefully gotten up and-OH- tains 66 yages. Wilmington Messen A. WOODARD, Attorney at Law, Wilson, N. C. 12 01 pm 1 08 pm FRESH FRESH uarden and Field SEEDS No. 12. Mixed. Daily. No. 3d. Daily- No. 85 Daily. No. 18. 1 Daily. of the Latest Varieties. School Books -and School Supplies. Pens, Ink, Writing Paper, Good Envelopes of different styles for 5 cents per package. Our Combs, Brushes, Whist Brooms, Tooth Picks. Razor Straps, Shaving Soap, and all other Toilet Articles, as cheap as can be bought for the quality of goods. All Patent Medicines, $1.00 preparations for 80 cte., 50c for 40 25c for 20c -etc. The REGULAR LIVER PILLS The Best and Cheapest 20 Doses for 20 ots. The WILSON DRUG CO. BRO D. J. ROSE k Rocky Mount and Wilson, N. C. Will furnish esti mates and plans, make bids on all kinds of buildings, both wood & brick. Our work speaks for itself, and Our Prices as Low as any Doing First-Class Work. E.G.ROSE Dealer in HlFinehiskies, Branies,;Wiries, 1 08 pm 1 40 pm 2 09 pm 2 50 pm 1 33 am 2 30 am 3 05 am 3 13 am 4 23 am 4 45 am 5 50 am 7 40 am Mixed. Ex. Sun. 9 05 am 10 05 am 12J25 am 1 00 pm 11 55 am 12 31 am 12 41 am 12 45 am 1 22 pm 1 34 pm l oo pro 2 55 p 255 pm 3 so pm 4 00 pm 450 pm Lv....Greensboro Ar, " ...Elon College... " Burlington..... " " Graham " " Hillsboro " " ...-University.. " Durham " Ar Raleigh Lv. Lv Raleigh Ar. Clayton " elma. ....... '', Ar Goldsboro Lv. 720;pmJ 830 am 6 42 pm 6 32 prd 0 28 pm o 47 pm 5 35 pmf o 15 pm 4 10 pm 4 101 pun 3 30 pm 2 53 pm z uu pm No. 11. Mixed. Daily. 7 46 am 7 35 am 7 30 am 645 am 0 31 amj 610 am 5 05 am Mixed. Es. Sun. 9 10 pm 803 pm rut) pm 5 00 pm 10 35 am 10 05 am 9 40 am 9 00 am RALEIGH, GREENSBORO, SALISBURY, A8HEVIM.K AD HOT SPRINGS, ami WIffSTON SALEM and MOCKSVILLE. No. 11. No. 12. No. 65. No? 64. Daily. Daily. Ex. Sun. Ex-Bun. 5 05 am Lv -Raleigh...-Ar. 7 40 am 6 10 pm Lv. Wmton-S'm Ar 6 35 am 6 10 am " Durham... ." 5 20 rm 7 50 pm Ar. ..Mocksville.. Lv. 500 am 8 35 am '' ...Greensboro... " 10 J6 pm 10 15 am " Salisbury.... 8 05 pm 11 09 am Ar....Statesville. .Lv 7 11 pm 1230 pm " Hickory " 6 00 pm 3 52 pm " Asheville. . . " 2 16 pm 5 22 pm Ar...Hot Springs.Lv. 12 53 pm ; ' . SLEEPING OAR SERVICE. Nos. 37 and 38, Washington and Southwestern Limited, composed entirely of Pullnam Cars: minimum Pullman rate $2 00 ; no extra fare. Through sleep ing Cars bteween New York and,New Orleans, New York and Meu.pb.is, and New York, Asheville and Hot Spring. Dining Car between Greensboro and Montgomery. Nos. 33 and 34. New York and Florida Short Line Limited. Pullman Cars and Frist-Class Coach only. Through Sleeping and Compartment Cars between New York and St. Augustine (two cars) and New York and Augusta. Aleocar ries SleeDinff Cars between Salisbury and Danville. ODerated between Salisbury and Richmond. Dining Car between Salisbury and 81. Augustine. Nos. 35 and 36. United States Fast Mail. Pullman Sleenimr Cars between New York Atlanta and Montgomery, and New York and Jacksonville. Ako has Sleeping Car between Charlotte and Augusta. No 12, (sleeping Car Greensboro to Kaleign. No 35, Sleeping Car Raleigh to Greensboro. Through tickets on sale at nrinciDal stations to all noints. For rates or infor mation apply to any agent of the Compuny, or to . j. a. d. TtiUMjf sow, superintendent jeirst Division, Danville, Va. W. B. RYDER, Superintendent Second Division, Charlotte, N. C, W.H.GREEN, W.A.TURK, General Manager (Eastern System), General Passenger Agent,, v Washington, D. C. Washington. D. C. W ILMINGTON & WELDON R. R nd Branches. & Florence Railroad Cond.Schedule. TRAINS GOING SOUTH. DATED ?? 2 i Jan. 6th, 1896. o'J Q ZQ 0-;S i A.M. P.M. A. M. P. M. Cv Weldon 11 55 9 44 Ar Rocky Mt , 1 00 10 39 Lv Tarboro ...... a 1a Lv. Rocky Mt,. 'too 10,19 5 45 . la 47 L Wilson. a 05 11 ig 6 ao a 10 Lv. Selma... , 53 Ly Fayetteville 4 30 115 Ar. Florence .. J as 3 14 , . 1 1 A. M. Lv, Wilson j a 13 6 ao Lv Galdsboro,. , 3 10 7 05 3 10 Lv Magnolia. 1 4 16 8 10 4 16 Ar WiImin)fton 9 45 f 45 I . TRAINS GOING NORTH. DATED Jan. 6th, 1896, Lv Florence Ly.Fayetteville Lv. Selraa....... Ar,.Wilson Lv Tarboro..;... 2(5 A. M I 811 10 i 3 ao a 6rS (3 o lo.oo; reurninjf leaves Tarboro 4:30 p. m.,Parmele 6.10 p, m. am a Washington 7 4; p. m. Uailv except Sunday. Connects with trains on Sr :lnd Neck Branch. Train on MidlandN. C. Branch leaves Goldsboro, r N. C, daily, except Sunday, 6-05 a. m., arriving SmithAeld, N. C, 7:30 a. m. Returning, leaves Smithfleld, N. C, 8-ooa. m arrive Goldsboro, N. C, 9:30 a. m '. . Train leaves Tarboro, N. C, via A'V-mai. A Raleigh R. R. daily, except Sunday, 4:40 p m., Sunday 3:45 p. m arrives Plymouth 9.00 pi m. $:oo p. m. Returning leaves Plymouth dailv ex cept Sunday 6.00 a, m. Sunday 9.30 a. m., arrives Tarboro is. as a. m . and 1 1 150 a. m. Trains on Latta Branch Florence R. R. leave Latta 6:40 p. ni. ; arrive Dunbar 70 p. m. Return ins; leave Dunbar 6:30 a. m.jarrivt Latta 7:50 a. m. Daily except Sunday: Train on Clinton branch leaves Warsaw for Clin ton, daily, except Sunday, at 4:10 p. m., Returning leaves Clinton at 7:10 a. m. Connecting at Warsaw with main line trains, JO. F. DIVINE GeneralSup't J. R. KELY. Gen'l Manager. T. XI, EMRSOIT. Traffic Manager CAPE FEAR & YADKIN VALLEY R. R. COMPANY John Gill, Receiver. Cond. 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