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IS-A LlC l Gr II, - IV. C. GIT Y. COUNTY AND GENERAL. N. mo r. Subscribers whose time has expired, will please come forward and reud w tlu?ir subscriptions, or their names will b dnvrtvd as the now' u-nnag merit re'jairf it. . " O fc your GlZKTTK fru-ud t; Milwcribe to the If V'mi wn it t gt't the news subscribe t t!lf Ovzwr. . If you want to mi notince vour bnsiness to the people ami the publio generally advertise iu the Gazette. M. J. J. So.t the professional honge mover of G Hdboro, N. C, was called oa this week to move a wooden house whijh wis built before the revolution ary war. The members . of the Fret Baptist Church at G ldsboro, N. 0., held memorial service in memory of the lata Dr. II. M. Tupper last Sunday, the 10th inafc. You who are in arrears and owe us would greatly favor and aid us in run ning the paper if you would remit your dues throudi the mails. Don't wait for us call on yoh. The Tip Wing and Golden Crown Club, will appoir at St. Paul Church nextTuesdiy night, Dec., 19th. The public are cordially, invited to attend. See bills. Prof A. B. Vincent will exhibit the Great World's Fair Exhibition at St Paul Cburoh, Friday night, Dec. 22nd, uud-r the auspices of the S. S. of laid Churcli. A full houe is requested. See bills. Jrs. JTary Nixon, - one of the oldest and most highly respected oitizens of Goldsbaro, died Sunday night two weeks ago, and was buried Tuesday following She willed all of her property to Mas Amy, the daughter of Mr. B. Stevens. . Robert Allen who was committed to jail, charged with robbing freight cars at the R. & G. R. R. yard has since been discharged from jail and the case dis missed by the Justice of the Peace, as later evidence was in his favor. Jlessrs Thomas Bradford. J. R. Da vis, M oses Thompson, S. J. Hawkins. W.H. Haywood, J. H. Young and Rev, J. J. Worlds, left for the Jfasonio Grand Lodge at Elizabeth City, last Jfonday. They all returned home yesterday and report having a good time. The Gazette represents the race; it is your paper; it defends you; it is your weapon; it speaks to several hundred olored oitizens of Raleigh. You should -fW2I)ort the Gazette. Send in your subscription, briUg us your news, bring us your notices, and bring us your ad vertisements. We acknowledge receipt from Rev. N. B. Cobb, D". D., Editor, of a copy of the North Carolina Baptist Almanac for 1894. This Almanac contains census of Baptists of all sorts, white and colored by counties, and also religious statistics of all other religious denominations in North Carolina, and much other valua ble information. We regard it as a very useful book. We were pleased to meet on Tuesday two weeks ago, while in Goldsboro, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Scott, JIss Julia A. Amee, Prof. A. A. Williams, and Rev. P. W. Russet, who honored us with a cash settlement for the Gazette. We also was pleased to meet Mr. B. S. Stev ens and Rev. C. Dillard. Prof. A. A. Williams, Principal of the Graded School, with Jfiss Julia A. Amee, Assis tant, who says his school is in fine condi" tion, largely attended and still growing. The "Pound Party" given by Mss dames M. Watts, W. S. Jfttchell, Lucy Burwell, J. E. Hamlin, Austin Dunstin, Lewis Bembry, D. H. .Martin, W. H. King, J. H. Young, W. B. Hunter, and Jtfiss Jennie Love, at the residence of Rev. Mtb A. G. Davis, on Thanksgiving night, was on enjoyable aflair. The fol lowing gentlemen were present by invi tation, Jlessrs. E. A. Johnson, W. F. Debnam, J. W. Pope, J. H. Young, Lewis Bembry, C. N. Williams nd Rev. 0. H. King. The State Board of Education has lately put the School History of the Ne irro Race, bv E. A. Johnson, on the 3 w wr - State list of text-books for use in all the publio schools of this State. We are glad to be able to herald this good sews to the teachers and parents of the State who have for a long time recognized the need of a history in our schools that gave sqme. information about our own people. We therefor congratulate the people in that this book will now be taught their children and congratulate the author ; and certainly feel that the board of edu cation has done a just and wise thing for our people. . The 30th Session of the N. C. A. M. E. Zion Conference, met in Greenviile.JN. 0., Nov. 29th. Bish op 0. E. Harris, D. D., presiding, Bishop Perry A. M. D. D., associa ted. After a session of five days, ftdjournecl to meet in Baleigh, Not,' X891, Bevs, A. Mo L. Moore, were reappointed to St. Luke Wilming ton; H. 0, Phillips, St. Peters, Newberne; Wm Sutton, Hender son; W. H. Hairston, Oxford; Keys Kinston; Gaskill, James City; IUoycb, Goldsboro; D. L. Johnson Kittrell; P. W. Lawrence, Maxton If you are aware of the faot that your subscription has expired and you intend to renew, please do so at once. That neighbor of yours when he comes to borrow ihe Gazette tell him to go and do the loyal aot subscribe. Special attention is called to Sheriff Pace's announcement to Taxpayers it ia very important. Mr. L. M. Mason, of Method, N, u acuooi uommitteeman. was a pleasant caller at the Gazette of ficc last week. He renewed his subscription, paving . the cash. Many thanks. Prof. IKI. S. Simmons and his wife, gavo a musical concert at A. tion of the city to have taken away this bridge without first providing a suitable crossing. The little gra ding and crossing way prepared there now is no good. It only com- pells the people to go much out of their way to cet across, and in wet 9 bad weather, will be forced to cross in mud knee deep. Besides all this, it is a dangerous crossing, particularly in dark nichta We understand that Alderman E. A. Johnson made in the meeting of the Board, two motions to leave the old bridge stand until some convenience in the way of a cross ing was provided. Aldermen Grimes, M. E. Ziou Church, Monday night. Bowes and Bobinson voting in fa- It was u grand affair. They will vor of the motion. Eeach motion repeat the same on the 26tb, at the was voted down by the rest of the same place. Board not giving these citizens any Mrs. Jane Wildertwo daughters consideration. The rights of these and son-in-law, of Method, returned citizens should be regarded and Saturday last, from-Mississippi, treated more favorable by the Al- where thev went dariner the time aermen oi me city. of immigration. We learn they are the happiest set of people in Wake county, having once more returned to "home sweet home." v-?r GOD r- , - J '-.. .... r;p.:::r:'- 1 1 " """ iii it , ,.1,' WILMINGTON, NEWBEBN NORFOLK BAILBOADCO. i JVii T fli . A. IN EFFECT. SUNDAY, NOT. 19th7lS9sT .fcACEPT SUNDAY. bi I iONS. Leave Wilml Leave Jacksonville Aieave Maysvllle Leave Pollrvkfrouia ' Arrive Ncwrern North-Bound. No. 3. No. 4. a. m. 700 10 23 1103 11 20 12 10 p. m. P. m. 2 89 426 500 515 600 SEABOARD AIR-LINE. THROUGH SCHEDULE niTuSt' At0n. Charlotte, Fayette Mi JPortemooth, refer. ! E'hnd, Wahinrton, Balti more, Philadelphia and New York. Schedule In Effect July 2, 1KB. ATLANTA SPECIAL. No. 127, 8TATION8. Leave NewhArn Arrive PoUocksvllle Arrive Maysvllle Arrive Jacknonvfiia Arrive WUmington I No. 134. South-Bound. No.l a. m. 900 9 45 1000 10 34 12 SO p. m. No. 8. p m. 200 250 810 350 630 Personals. H. Dowd called on us this Mr. W. Rev. E. S. W. Simmons called to see xia this week. Hon. J. A. Cheek of Hillsborough, N. C was in the city two weeks ago. Mr. John O 'Kelly Sr., called to se us last week. Mr. Chas. N. Williams, of this city is teaching school at Wyatt, N. G. Solicitor E. W. Pou, Jr., of Smithfield was in the city last week. Prof. N. F. Boberts of Shaw Univer sity, called on us this week. Mr. James B. Jordan of New Hill, N. C. was in the city a few days ago. . Mra. Margeret Dowd of North Har rington street, has been quite sick for several days. 3rs. Dilsey Hall left for Washington D. G. several days ago, visiting friends. She will remain there several months. Hon. J. H. Williamson of Louiaburg, N. C., was in the city this week on busi ness interest. Jzrs. Harriet Hill wko is stopping with Prof. C. N. Hunter, has been quite ill several days. Bev. J. J. Bussell, formerly of Bal eigh, now of Littleton, N. C., was in-the city this week and called on us. Bev. J. H. ilatt jcks of ifonroo, N. C. was in the city last week and called on us. Bev. C. H. King called on us this week. He says he will be in the race in this District for Congress next time. Mr. H. S. Christmas returned home this week from Chicago, where he has been for several months. ; " ; - V (kitcn, T. Isgffljiait Wm. Et)ysteiTFpTrr7J73-SR N. C., was in the city last wtk and called on us. The Doctor reports great success in his work. xne "lnanksgivingboiree given Thursday night, Nov. 30th, at Odd Fellows Hall, was quite an enjoya ble affair. Good order was had and every body present seemed to enjoy themselves very much. Prof. Quint Branch was present with his Orchestra, and furnished some fine music for the occasien. "Saved from the Wreck." 4 Drama in tnree acts will be pre. sented at Metropolitan Hall, Mon day night, Dec., 18tb, 1893, under the management of Yearcin and Fawcette, for the benefit of the first Baptist Church. Admission 10 and 20 cents. Eeserved seats 30 cents. Tickets now on sale at J. Hal Bibbitt's Drug Store. Special seats for white people. We visited Oxford last week, and was glad to meet . several of our subscribers and friends. Names of those as follows, who paid the cash for the Gazette : Messrs. G. T. Foster, H. T. Hughes, Hon. W. H. Crews Jr., P. J. Cook, Bev. G. C, Shaw, J. B. Kittrell and B. Gee. We also secured Messrs L J. Young and B. D. Howell as new subscribers VVe had the pleasure also of meeting Messrs. Peter Char- Smith Taylor, Ed. Smith, H. C. Cogwell, and Mrs. M. E. Tinsley. Bishop J. J. Moore, D. D., Sen ior Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, died at Greensboro, Saturday last, in the afternoon at 4 o'clock. It is said thut he was the oldest Bishop of any denomination in America, be ing 90 years of age. He uas an itneriant minister more than 60 years, and held the office of Bishop nearly 26 years, and his labors ex tended from New England to Cali- ornia, including nearly every state in the Union. He was buried at Salisbury by . the side of his wife, under auspices of Bishop T. H. Lomax, D. D. The Conference which was in session at the time in Charlotte, attended the interment in a body, which took place on Tuesday. Kev. B. H. W. Leak has been returned to St.. Panl Church of this city. We feel that the Con ference in returning Bev, Leak, to his old post for another year, could not have done a better thing. He is the right man in the right place, he is plain and ' out spoken, fare and square in his dealings, and a useful citizen in any community, which is a thing that all honest people should approve. The full receipts for 1893 was $3,154,96. Bev. Leak calls on his members and friends to aid him in roofing his church this conference year, Beyf Leak is a zealous worker in this cause and should meet with a hearty support by his members and friends elsewhere. Assist the good work and let it go on. W. T. Solomon, Hookr Bell, Washington, N"- The removeal of the bridge that crossed the B. & D. B. R. at Can non street leaves no way for the citizens living west of there to cross, except going down into the rail road cut, or else going a long ways around which is out of their way, is indeed a. great inconven ience. These citizens are tax pay ers and are entitled to some con venient mode of crossing. In bad weather it will be impossible to get across in any way. It is hoped and prayed that the city authorities will at once give these people this mucn neeaea convenience, it is a j ieat " pity, and we may toy, an if outrage to the citizens in this sec- Bev. C. E. W. Johnson of. Chapel Hill, in company with Bev. B. H. W. Leak were pleasant callers at the Ga zette office this week. O. W. Jfacklin of Durham, passed through the city last Wednesday on his return home from Goldsboro, where te went on business. ilfiss Peggie Edwards returned home las week from Barling ton, N. C, where she has ben stopping with her father Bev. L. E. Edwards, several months. Mrs. H. C. Cogwell of Oxford, N. C. is muoh better we are glade to note, after several days illness. Mr. H. O. Cogwell is also indisposed. We are glad to see our old friend Alex. W. Curtis, back in the city again. He returned Friday two weeks ago from Chicago. We regret to note that his wife is unwell. Bev. C. E. Johnson of Chapel Hill, and Presiding Elder of Baleigh Dist. is in the city, and will preach at St. Paul Church, on Sunday. All mem bers and friends are invited to attend. Mrs. B. Gee, of Oxford, N. O., is still in Chicago, having gone there during the World's Fair. She and her hus band is thinking of making that city their future home. Mr. J. H. Branch, Principal of Ober lin Graded School, called on us Satur day last, and ordered the Gazette con tinued to him another six months and paid the cash. Thanks. ' Call again Bro. Branch. . Dr. John W. Mitchell, of this city, son of Mr. Wm itfitchell, brick mason, who has been attending Howard, in the medical department, at Washington, D. G., for some time, will graduate in April next and will return home in May. Prof A. B. Vincent returned home Tuesday a. m., from Franklin ton, where he lectured on Monday night, having a good attendance of both white and col ored. He called on us and squared up, his subscription. He reports good suo cess in his work. Mr. W. H. Dowd who has been resi ding in Philadelphia for some time, has returned home. He is a constant read er of the Gazette, and while absent did not forget us. We are glad to welcome him back. Bev, J. M. Henderson was in the cltv last week enronte to his new eharge at Winston, N. 0. He called at the Ga zette office and paid down the cash for his subicription. Come again Bev. Henderson,, as We are glad to meet yon at all times. Bev. Dr. A. M. Curtis left the city Tues day of last week, to visit the congrega tional Churches and Sunday Schools at Wilmington and Carter's JfUI, N. 0. Prof. Norman of Shaw University, filled his place at the Congregational church Sunday night. ) The Agricultural and HechanicalCoIlege, GREENSBORO, N. C. -........... This institution of learning North Carolina. J TnlwJvI0-?i:Gret8f0J:o is noted f?r tealttfal a beautiful surroundings. The college budding,-whwh is a marvel of combined comfort and beauty, is situa- 4&VffiSfSfe city to lnU wo' both "A" Steamers on N T?fnn T . . . ouiiuBT, ior uarines and inter oedlate points at 7:80 a m.. airlvlM at Jacksonville on return at 2:00 p m. S " Trains 1 and si mak. .inu n ... A. a- v V, t7 " wwuou wun i w ik icir in nwknaai f m m VIA VI. n. a. whiting, Qen'l FassaDger Agent. 780pm 1215 am ?20am 9 42am 10 57 a m 1113 am 12 46 p m 200pm 288pm 3 10 pm 343pm 8 51pm 526pm Ar Lv Boston " New York " Philadelphia M Baltimore " Washington " Alexandria Frederlcksbarg " Ashland Ar lUchmond Lt lUchmond " PetoreburR (Union Station) i-eiarBDurR (Washington Bt. Bta.) ArWeldon TOOam 0 05 tm " 718pm " 4 57pm " 8 40pm ' 3 25pm " 143pm 12 85pm Lv 12 OOnoon Ar 11 45 a m Lv 11 03 a m 10 55am 9 20am -' COURSE OF INSTRUCTIONS: There will be besides the most tlinrnnoli cal Arts a full course m English and Science, also an optional course in the clas sics; at least two years in Latin will be required; Greek optional. The faculty will be composed of instructors who are epecialists in their several departments. i- , ?o: Apan? dollar per month, board, furnished rooms, washing, lights, steam heating, all for six dollars per month. For State students tuition frol or lurtner information, address Pres. A. &. M. College, Greensboro, N. 0. Richmond &DanTilIo It. II Samuel Speneer, F. W. lluldekoper and Reuben Foster Receivers. Elehmond and Danville and North Carolina Divisions. Condensed Schedule, In effect Sept. 24. W3 800pm 311pm 343pm 4 15 p m 4 40pm 5 61 pm 585pm 653pm 880pm 800pm 815pm 923pm 10 08 pm 1055 pm Lv Norfolk Portsmouth Suffolk " Franklin " Boyklns Ar WeJdon Lv Weldon " Hendenon -Ar Durham " Kalelgh Lv Italelgh " Saniord Southern Pines Ar Hamlet Ar 1145 am " 1185 am Lv 11 03 a m " 1029 am " 1003am " 9 25am ArBSOOam Lv 7 89 a m " 6 00am 680am 615am 510am 24am 8S5am Ar Lv SOUTHBOUND, i New. 9 4 35 i DAILY. Lv. Richmond, Burkeville, Ar. DanviUe. Lv. Danville. A (n nm ' Oreengboro, 7 83 pm IjV. Uoldsboro. No.ll. No. S7 " va a 12 40 pm 12 50 am ifit 9 1tnm o An I 8 14am v m.A. VUM. At w IUD . I a ? oa nm q 11 l a 07 a m 5 40 Dm 5S5m I ? f i m K An I ui v w Mil u TV UU. 7 20 am 6 54 am Ar. Balelch. Lr. Baleigh, " Durhim, Ar. Qreens.. 2 35 am 4 25 Dm 4 80 pm 5 28 pm 7 80 pm 1 00 am 280 am 5 80 am 5 00 p m Lv Wilmington 10 00 pm "Charlotte 11 05 p m " Hamlet 11 16 p m " Bockingbam "pm ' " wadesboro 12 60 a m " Monroe " Chester " Clinton " Greenwood " AbbevlUo " Elberton s 18 a m " Athens 6 64 a m Jug Tavern 8 SO a m Ar Atlanta, Eastern, 7 80 a m " Atlanta, Central, Lv i r Lv t. t " i i (i m 5 00pm 10 00 am 8 25am 816 a m 2 41 am 157am 1218 am 11075 10 25 Dm 10 00 p m 900pm 8 05 p m 7 28pm 5 45 p m 4 45pm No.4l. PASSENGER AND MAIL. No. 83. 920pm 103 am 250am 410 a m -FOR THE- Lv. Winston, 6 05 pm 4 45 am "rT-f 11 8 00 aot 6 64 am Ar. Salisbnrv. Q 8 nm O ak a . ' - . fM MM -MXM Bill a i .i H m " Btatesyliie, 11 06 pm " T 9 15 a m - ABneriue, 4 00pm .... 1310pm "X o-l ........ uoopm ........ Lv. Salisbury. 0 4t nm a a . . - . I -" w v U4 o JO BUI Ar. Charlotte. 11 15 Dm USB.m o JkTZ Spartan bg, 1 85 am 2 55 pm II 17 am Greenville, 2 28 am 4 05 pm 13 2 pm Atlanta, 7 10am 10 15pm 4 6 Dm . . Lv New York Ar 6 60 a m " Fhiliadelphia " 8 45 a m ' Baltimore 18 8 a m " Washlngtoa 11 10 pm " Bichmond " 6 80 p m Ar Weldon, A. 0. L. Lv 8 25 p m 8 00 p m Lv New York Ar 8 00 a m 11 18 a m " rhila. N.Y.P.AN 5 2o a m 7 80 a m "Old Point 7 00 p m 9 10 a m Ar Portsmouth Lv 6 60 p m NATIONAL INVESTMENT av. i;nariotte, u 85 pm 9 85 am Ar. Colombia, 5 10am 1 20 pm " Augusta, 8 45 am 4 25 pm NORTHBOUND. . Nos. 88 & 10. 1 DAILY. -AND- l Lv. Augusta, (joiumbia, Ar. Charlotte, No. 12. No. 88 00 pm lOOpn lpm 4 80pn 2 20 am 8 in nm IjV. Atlanta. B 4.1 nm OMim Ar. Charlotte. 2 80 am risnm Lv. Ar, 1 00 pm 814pm SP 8 24pm auouuif, iw nm iu ua pm V 87 Dm 200pm 4 So p m 700pm 700am 800am 9 85am 12 07pm 1215 pm 289pm 4 10 pm 480pm 600pm 750pm Lv New York " Philadelphia "Baltimore (Ba Line) " Old Point Ar Portsmouth Lv Portamouth Ar Weldon Lv Weldon "d Henderson Ar Baleigh Lv Baleigh " Saniord at Hamlet Ar i 1 20pm 10 47 a m 700am 7C0pm 400 pm 5 45 p m 309pm SOOtiM Lv d 1 09 p m " 1115 am at 10 57 a m Lv 9 SI a m " 7 20am Lv Ar Lr AT 5 00 a m . Ar Charlotte Lv 10 00 p m -OF- L" ' ShevUlf8 2 so nm The fast mall leaving New York at 4 00 a m Ashevllle, 280pm UMblnVlliH. . T 1 1 vwm pnunuuty, g W pm LV Ar. Salisbury, uroens.. 4 15 am 10 11 pm 9 87 pm 6 00 am 11 40 pm 10 49 nm 7 ! Ar. Winston, 8 85 liV. Greens., 7 80 am 12 01 am -ILMAMMR URaleighNC- State.eeni Ar. Durham, xuueign, 9 28am 10 80am Lv. Baleieh. 10 85 am . CHARLOTTE, MAY 15, 1893 ANDREW EASY TERMS. PIANOS. ORGANS t&" Are you thinking of buyincr a Piano or Organ ? If von am T can make it pay you to write for my prices and terms. I boldly and confidentially claim to sell you the best Instruments for the money tnere are on the market. I buy my Instruments direct from tho Manufactur ers at rock bottom Cash prices, and I have made my selling prices at close profits. By buying the best makes of Instruments, direct from the Factories in LAEGE quantities for CASH, I am enabled to sell Pianos and Organs at Prices which my competitors will not meet. The CHICKERING. ITERS & POND. EVERTCTT TTTurriATr. MATHUSHEK & SON PIANOS, and the PACKARD, CLOUOH & WARREN and KIMBALL ORGANS, are all Instruments of an established reputa tion and need no introduction. Every Instrument fully guaranteed and I am always here and ready to make good the guarantee. ' HERE ARE BARGAINS FOR YOU. 75 Baby Carriages, $5.50 to 849. 100 Bedroom flnifa in 20 Parlor Suits, $25 to $150 ' 150 90x9 Moeouito' 40 dozen Window Shades at 60 cents to $1,00 each. r 'W An endless variety of Dining Room Suits. Plnsh Easels and Pictures, Porch Chairs and Settees. et. . Wt 1 r.f! J"'. Jttoes, ' "w w wwtiugues ana 16 and 18 WEST TRADE ST., CHARLOTTE, N. C. ALFRED WILLIAMS. CO. RALEIGH, N. O. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL O db IStatiOri ATM. WE CARRY AT ALL TIMES FULL LINES OF Miscellaneous Books, Blank Books, Law Books, North Carolina Law Reports. FANCY STATIONERY, WRITING PAPER. OFFICE SUPPLIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Sunday School Books, Tablets and Memorandum, Typewriter Supplies, Engraved Visiting Cards, Gold Pens and Pencils, Stylographics Pens, Etc., Etc All School and College Text Books Used in the State. STATE DEPOSITORY FOR " ALL NORTH CAROLINA PUBLIC SCHOOL BOOKS. Send to ns for everything you want in our line, and your orders will be filled by return mail and at lowest possible prides jgfi aonnftCta With No 127 (it. Wuhlnotnn No. 134 has Pullman Buffet Bloopers, Atlanta to Washington; connects at Washington with the CongresHlonal Limited tor New York; Parlor cars; Washington to New York. am tu 50am Washington, and Pullman Buffet sleepers Washington to Atlanta. Train No. 38 connects at Weldon with through Pullman Buffet Sleeper for Bichmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York. . Train No. 41 oonnecta&t3Teldoa nmn BTeepencr points riouth, via. Atlanuo Coast Line. 8 85 are 6 80 am LvTXi' CXSaranifiJ pmt0 45 pnr Arranviue, 740am 180 am 10 07 am S63.6' 10 20 am 05 am 4 05 am Barkville 1105 am 4 51 am 4 61 am " Bichmond, 108pm 700 am 7 00 am Dally except Sunday. Dally. Between West Point and Richmond. Leave West Poiht 7 50 a. m. dally and 8 50 a. m. dally except Sunday and Monday : ar rive at Bichmond 9 05 and 10 40 a. m. Be turning leave Blchmoha 8 10 p. m. and 4 45 p. m. dally except Sunday ; arrive at West Point 10 45 a. m. and leave 6 00 p. m. Between Bichmond and Baleigh via, Keysvllle. Leave Bichmond 13 40 p. m. daily; leave u.cjrauro awnuij tUTlYO &E UXIOra O 55 P. m : Henderson 7 10 p. m ; durham 7 15 p. m. Baleigh 680 a.m tSelma 1085 a.m : Returning leave Belma 8 J50 r. m : RaJolo-h i m dally. Durham 6 15 a. m. Henderson 7 as Daily, f Daily except Sunday. B Break fast. D Dinner. 8 Supper. For information relaUve to schedules, Ac , apply to ticket Acrent. or A. I. Cooke. H. P. A.. Baleieh. O. V. SMITH, Traffic Manager. L. T. MYERS, Gen. Bupt. JNO. O. WINDER, Gen. Man. T. J. ANDERSON, Pass. Agent. QAPE FEAit YADKIN VALLEY B. X 0OKBEX8XD BCEXZtTIJt. In Effect Oct. 8th, 1851. Dally Except Sunday. . NORTH BOUND TRAIN. NOTICE. nrF YOU WANT A FIRST CLASS JOB OF PAINTING done, call on Bcftts Davis, Corner of Hay. wood and East Cabarus Streets, Baleigh, N. 0. iar Cleaning and painting old Furniture a specialty. tiT Charges very reasonable. BUFUS DAVSE, Cot. Haywoon and . , ... East Cabarus Streets, Apll5-U 1 Baleigh, N. C. ' 1 The Popular Ao Buy Your JtEtIOIlV2SS iBftt w. n. KINO 4 COB. WILLIAMS A HAT WOOD'S OLD STAND. HSXilLSXiB QOQ33S AT LOWEST PRICES. O" When you get ready for your Thi year, don't forget that it will be U your interest to buy them at W. H. KING & COU Cor. Hargett A Fayetteville Streets, BALEIGH, N. C. Mar.l04m. Arrive Greensboro Leave Greensboro. LaA.va ftt.okw5fl.l Arrive N.&W.Jun. Walnut Cove Leave N. AW. Jun. Walnut Cove Leave Rural Hall.. Arrive ML iry SOUTH BOUND TRAIN. Leave Wilmington, , w : M,MMAjm ou a aO. m -- t.ai. iii. p. m.. Oaford 7 44 a. m ; atrive at Kevsville t vo Zv:ryr 'A" 10 10 a. m.. Bichmond 1 boVm. .ey8vme Leave Fayetteyllle, -.-. . ,v - Jjeave Banrora.. aJ"1S "ttlu loav?8 UIIora a&il7 except San. Leave Climax ay v u. m ; arrives at jjurbara II 25a. m Leaves Durham 6 00 p. m. dally except Sun day : arrives at Oxford 9 10 a. m. Additional trains leave Oxford 6 00 a. m. ex cept Sunday 1 00 a. m. and 11 45 a, m $ ar rive at Henderson 6 50 a. m. and 13 40 p. m Return! nflr leave HAnrlntwtn a nt m 2 25 t). m. dally except Sunday, arrive at Ox- wiu vu a. tu. miu sup, m. Nos. 85 86 and S3 connect at Bichmond dailv except Sunday. ' Sleeping Car Service On trains 85 and 86, Pullman Buffet Sleeper between Atlanta and New York ; between Dan vule and Augusta. On 87 and 88, Pullman Buffett Sleeper be- teTP? Lyt? WaBhlngton and South western Vestibuled Limited for Atlanta, carrying Pull maji Sleeper to New Yourk to New Orleans, andNewTork ; to Augusta, and Dining Car New York to Montgomery. Trains 11 and T2, Pullman Buffett Sleepers between New York, Washinnton and Hot Dpnngii via oaiisDury ana Ashevllle, and Pull man Sleepers between Washington and At lanta ; and between Greensboro and Porta- mouth, Ya., and via Atlantic and Danville . A. ILHBEWEI . 8- B.TH0MP805 Superintendent, Superintendent, Greensboro, N. O. Bichmond, Ya W. A. TURK, General Paseenger Agebt, Washington, D. O 8. H. HARD WICK, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. " Atlanta, Ga W. H. GREEN, BOL HAAS, eneral Manager, Trafflo Manager, Washington, D. 0. Washington, D. 0 No. ft. Daily Excp Bunday. 5 00 a.m. 8 00 a m. 8 25 " 0 a " 11 47 a.m. 13 80 pm. 12 85 1 23 1 55 2 27 2 63 " 4 .20 pm. am. Leave Mt Airy Leave Rural Hall Arrive N. W. Jun. Walnut Cove Leave N. AW. Jun. Walnut Cove Leave Stokesdale Arrive Greensboro........... Leave Greensboro Leave CUmax. Leave Saniord Arrive Fayetteville Leave Fayetteville Arrive Wilmington.. . . . No. 1. Daily Exe. Bunqay. 12 10 p. m. 1 82 p.m. 2 00 p. m. 2 25 " 2 63 " 8 40 8 60 " 4 17 5 05 pm 7 25 7 60 " tl 00 " NORTH BOUND TKAIN, Leave Bennettsvllle , Leave Maxton., Leave Bed Springs.. Leave Hope Mills. , Arrive Fayetteville "KoTTT Dally Exo. BnndaT. 4 &a. m. 5 40 " 6 25 " 7 23 " 7 45 " SOUTH BOUND TRAIN. Leave Fayetteville-. Leave Hope Mills Leave Bed Springs. Leave Maxton Arrive Bennettsville No. 8. Daily Ex. Bnnflay. 7 63 p. m. 8 15 " 9 10 " 0 50 II 05 NORTH BOUND TRAIN. Leave Bamneur Leave Climax .... Arrive Greensboro. Leave Greensboro.. Leave Stokesdale - Arrive Madison. No. 16. mxxD. Dally Ext. Sunday. 6 60 a. m. 8 40 " ' 9 25 9 45 II 00 " 11 65 SOUTH BOUND TRAIN. Leave Madison Leave Stokesdale. Arrive OremHhom Leave Greensboro Leave Climax Arrive uamseur No. 15 irrnn. Daily Exo. Sunday. 13 4 pro. 2 63 u 8 10 M 8 63 5 00 H Train No. 1 connects at Walnut Oata vfth Norfolk and Western B, B. for Winston-Salem, and at Sanford with Seaboard Air Unejfor Mob roe, Chnrlotte, Athens, Atlanta and all points South and South-west. Passengers from Wilmington, Fsyettevilla. Maxton, Beanettaville and all points aonth rJ Sanford and arrive at Baleigh at 11,00 A. B. and have 5 hours In Baleigh and reah noma same day. Ample time is eivrn passengers for bret. fut and supper at FaxettevlUe and dfnns at Walnut Oove. Z W, FBIi Qeul Msr, v. ""-C j. .1'