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THE DURHAM DA1JLY GLOBE, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1
Reg SIMMONS WRITES. ; ' Tils Reply to the Recent Letter of Sena tor Vance. Collector P. M. Simmons takes a band I BUTLER IS PRESIDENT. Marlon Butler Elected President of the National Farmers' Alliance. A telegram from Raleigh state9 that at letter writing. He published an open j Mr Marion Butler, president of the North letter yesterday replying to the letter recently written by Senator Vance. He says that as a citizen and chairman ! Carolina state farmers' alliance, and i editor of the Goldsboro Caucasian, has ' been elected president of the national ! of the state executive committee he was farmers alliance and industrial anion. in favor of Glenn for district attorney He has long been preminent in tbe for the we3tern district and for Jernigan, ! order in this state, and was looked upon Robbins and Henry for the best attaina-1 &3 the successor of the late Colonel Polk, ble positions in the foreign service j He is a prominent candidat-3 for Uui- "I was opposed as was also Senator ; ted Stages senator, it is understood. Vance, to Mr. Elias for district attorney, j This is the second president of the na- Eut I was not opposed to Mr. Gudzer for i tional alliance that our state has fur- collector. 1 had taken no part in the contest for the latter position and the appointment of Mr. Gudger would have been entirely satisfactory to me. "Mr. Hale had requested me to en dorse him for the position of consul gen eral to London, a poiitiou which pays about $00,000 per annum, I am informed, nished, Col. L L. Polk being the first. l'eple Talked OfT Dr. Talmage announces that he will j "preach his way around the world." Richard Croker, the Tammany "boss," is basking in the sunny climate of Florida -MM. 'v,v;:..--itf-:.5::.'.v:.-.iV HAVE YOUR WINTER CLOTHING Dyed, Cleaned and Repaired -AT TH1 WINSTON-SALEM Steadying and Cleaning: forks! ONB ENJOYS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and act3 gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs 13 the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the naosi popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable drucrgist who make me obnoxious to his charge I have' Premier Gladstone may noL nave 11 on nana will nro- no desire to make an issue with Senator mme,) fmm r ..e,- 0i ous - a . 1 a - I - " i r i ;t V" otov TO irnn Mt -i . A NARROW ESCAPE! How it Happened. The following remarkable event In a IndyV ife will Interest the reader: "For a Ions tin:; had a terrible pain at my heart, which tered almost incessantly. I had no appeti and I had not complied with his request, j Secretary Carlisle, with some friend, t0sit up ,in bed anS' belch gas my S't'J because I did not think him entitled to has ?oae to Fortress Monroe for a short ach until I thought every minute would 1 ; 4 . my last. There was a feeling of oppre'.i absorb all the patronage in this service trip. about my heart, and I was afraid to drav iuii Dreatn. 1 couian t sweep a room v i . Ex Governor Campbell, of Ohio, will JV1 tting down and resting; but, th:;:: . , , Cod, by the help of New Heart Cure all 1 !i; be a candidate for congress to succeed is past and I feel like another woman. Hip ltp fr FT,wiL- fore using the New Heart Cure I had take; bv dfKtnrt without, nnw honofit until xxuu. miaul j ii-on, nit; auiunr 01 uoiu uiscouraRea ana aisgustea. iiy uuscarn . cr 1 1 1 1 . . bought me a bottle of Dr. Miles' New Hear the new tariff bill, has gone to Arizona cure, and am happy to say I never regret to. a d Mexico for his health. l' as 1 ,?ovl hasve, a splendid appetite ai. 1 oiccy "en. 1 xo pounus wnen I in I gan taking the remedy, and now I -wpfirhirif)'. yesterday re- Its effect in my case has been truly marvel Light Suits and Overcoats A SPECIALTY. JICIIMOND & DANVILLE . co Samuel Spencer. F. W. Hcinv Reuben Foster, liiSR'fJ PER and Itichmond & Danille and North rw,. visions. Laro1' CONDKNSED SCHEDULE. In Effect Dec. 24, SOCTHBOUSD. Lv Kichmt nd. Lv Uurkeviile, Lv Keysvi le, Ar Danville, Lv laniJle, Ar Greensboro, Lv Greensboro, Ar Haleigb, Lv ltaleigh. l.v Durham, Ar Greensboro, Lv Winston-Salem dait N'o 35&9 12 40 ptr 2 p m 3 14pm 0 32 p m 5 5 j n " 2-) p xr. 150 pm 3 :i5 p m x- 12 50 am 240ara 1 . am 5 .T, a m : l. a r-. a . 4 X) p m 1 (11 a xn v i nil o ou h m Ladies' Garments in Any Color ! SATISFACTION G U A 1 i A Ml' KU. L v G reensboro, Ar Salisbury, which rok'ht be accorded to North Car olin. "Senator Vance says my tone has been defiant and insulting to him He has been misinformed. "I have neither privately nor publicly given forth any utterance which could ritontiKTon. THE SUN. The tlrst of American Newspapers, CHAS. A. DANA, Editor. Ar Statesville, Ar AsheviJle, Ar Hot Spring, Lv Salisbury, Ar Charlotte, Ar Spartanburjr, Ar Greenville, Ar Atlanta. Lv Charlotte. Ar Columbia, Ar Augusta, Ar Charleston, Ar Savannah. Ar Jacksonx illc. NOHT BOUND. t6 0- pmoQOamai I-a T32 p m 8Ui a m 6 7 u. 1UV. am "" 4 W i m 5 M i id 5 15 p m' V 50 a id: s vi 10 4;.pmllam 9atS lie am SMpmilS;; HSUamlul5i.m liatg 10 50 p m! 1 :n a m so a ra 11 40 a m 4 o a in ! "At a in It far surpasses any other medicine 1 cure it promptly for any one who Vance regarding my rights wisiies to try It. Do not accent Jim opinion to the president, whether in ad- rottsviiie. Fa., October 12, 1892. 'Lij y I J I :.: . . 1. i 1 T n.;.. i; li I Dr. Miles' Npw Hpart Ciip la cnM nn o t-w-.! mj, u uppuMiiou iu iue cia ms 01 an o mr. name i,ve4 in a ocoicn xown tlve a-anf ee bii j riiTelitr hv thr aspirant irorn the state for a federal pos- , wjth ,i3 0u father and moth, r, b nh typ- MiIes Medical Co., Elkhart. Ind., on receipt o: Lv Augusta, Lv Columbia, Ar Charlotte, substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. The American Constitution, the Ameri can Idea, the American Spirit. These first, last, anl all the time, forever! Lv Atlanta, Ar Charlotte, Lv Charlotte, Ar ruihsbury SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORX. N. Y. ition requiripg senatorial confirmation price, Jl DAILY. Nos. 10 ii c6 5 00 n 5t 15 p 11, 2 -0 a m tJ 15 j m -'uO a m No. 12 3 15 a m 4 40 a 111 This is not the issue made bv the facr in lcal hcolch PeoPle wbo are Proud if ?aId; . r j t t ., ... i sni"! that case, but 1 do insist and maintain I Jamie 3 success Dut particularly appre- Iper bottle, six bottles So, express pre This great discovery by an eminem JK. I). It. GltKIiN. f will say to the citizens of Durham and sur roundiriK vicinity that 1 have taken a course of medicine at the Leonard Medical School, fJaleih, N. C, anI a post course at Howard IJiiivi-iaity, Washington, D. (; , where I had the advantage of l'rc -d man's Hospital, which contained 4.KJ beds, where nearly every dis-.-ase wnich attacks mankind is tr- ated. And hav inK graduated with honor of my class. I now therefore, feelinir cornietent to do the work of a physician, olfcr my professional services to lui liam anJ surrounding' vicimty. Ullice hours : 8 to 5 a. in., 2 to 4 p. m , 7 to 8 p.m. No. 'M, Main street, Kempner corner. 1). K. GUKKX, M. I). that I had a perfect right in doin? so But I certainly did not in either usurp or i-i ' invaae me rignis or tne senators from this state." UNCLE SAM'S WARSHIPS. ciative of the fact that the productions of the brilliant young man's brains bring in so much money. Hon. J. J. Ingalls says in reference to dispatches sent out from Nashville, re ferring to his conversion by Rev. Sam j Jones, that it was not true. He had gone ti knj:i:, Cn a.s. i: ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, DUNHAM, N. C. Wi 1 1 practice in the courts of Durham and surroundinKcounties. All business entrusted Pitting One of Them For a Cruise Cost a Small Fortune. Furniture and sutmlies for Uncle i to hear Mr. Jones, and after his discourse Sam's new war vessels cost a mint of ' had expressed his pleasure at meeting money. To fit out one of these ships for him and endorsed his sermon. That was a cruise is a bigger job than equipping a all there wa8 in it ardi ciass notei. nere is a noatms for- speciallst in heart disease, contains neithei opiates nor dangerous drugs. Sold by v, in Varby, IurLam. lo.WHerfoikiWesiernBI. Schedule in Effect April I, 1892. DURHAM DIVISION. L.KAVE DURHAM, Jf. C. Lv Hot Springs, Liv Asuevillo, The Sunday Sun m Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the World. Lv Salisbury, Ar Cireensboro, Ar Winston-Salem 9 i a m t l. p IL 0 p il y i3 p hi I-' 44 p 11: - '') p III 7 11 p ID S U0 l il 4 47 a m 10 10 n n Wa mil 4 ' p in 1 p ra 12,0 r ra N'o. 1 -A i. ra r ut p n t P m 1 p ra 4'. v m v 4 P m 1 1 w p ra It' mail, Washington Notes. No late news has been received from tress a3 long as two city blocks, with all modern conveniences and complete res- electricity a gigantic fighting machine ! V f tne wrecke(l iearsarge. and military barracks combined. Her i Evangelist Mnndw steel walls, bristling with guns, shelter are drawim? rreat crowd, at Convention L 1:aU p' .., I I : . , i I 11 n rw,, . a a I u iUj uuu niu it-win; jpiumpi iuiuuait'iui si- a smau army or men. xne in ew York v.0n ention. utlice with Major Guthrie. f , , . . JZ ; na11- I for eiamnlfi. has a. nrm nml-v?irv AZ1 3:10 p. ni. Daily for Lynchburg and Way Stations. Arrive Lynehburjr 7:55 p. m. All trains, Durham Division, arrive and depart from Union station Lynchburg. Trains arrive at Durham from Lynchburjr at 11:50 a. m. dailv. Trains 71 and 12 have coach bet ween Durham and South boston. Leaves Durham 6:30 a. m.; arrives Durham 5:15 p. m Daily except Sunday. WINSTON-SALEM DIVISION. m. daily ; "ar Price 5c. a copy. Daily, by mail, Daily and Sunday, by mail, The Weekly, Aridre TI1K SUN. New York fta a year tS6 a year S8 a year SI a year Lv Greensboro, Ar Durham, Ar Hale gb, Ar (ioldsboro. a 35 amj'8 35 am sKpB 7 40 a m 1 47 a in 10 55 a m 1 0 p m rinity College Lv Goldsboro, Lv R:ileigh, Ar Greensboro, Lv Greensboro, Ar Danville, Ar Ke8 iile, Ar Hurkeviile. Ar Kichmond, 1 (K) a m 5 .r0 a ni a 'M a m 8 oo a in 10 41 a in 11 1'3 a ra 1 5 p ra 12 01 a rr, 3 35 a in 7 1-0 a n. lo p a, 11 50 p m 1 .VI p ra 4 uu p m 11 Uf i.rn 1 30 a ni i: T, a m 4 05 a id 4i0 urn 4 51 a m 4.r)l am 7 00 a m I 7 uu a ra OTICE ! N "Havintr this day qualified asadministratorof the estate of Taitheiiia Leatheis, deceased, all persons having claims against saiil estate are liercl.y notihed to present sa for example, has a crew numbering 455, besides 40 marines and 44 officers. To feed them all for a twelvemonth at the government's rate of allowance costs $60,000. On going into commission such a ship mu3t be furnished throughout, from the The senate committee on finance are MAIN LINE WEST BOUND. LEAVE LYNCHBURG DAILV. aid claims i o me on or before th- 3d day of rebruury, lbH5, or this notice will he pleul m bar ol tiieir recovery. A ll persons indjbted to said estate will settle kitchen, which IS as complete as that of with me at once. I , ., , , . . , . . This i tbruary 3, ih'i. a great city hostelry, to the captain's Thomas leathers, cabin. She carries large stocks of sta- Administrator. I n0,. i a i.i goods, and is provided with tools for all sorts of trades. Everything conceivable Havinr qualified as executor of Samuel H. that mav b needed fnr nnrmcaa nf wnr hereby notify all persons , r-r " JXECUTOK'S NOTICE ! The character and public worth of a higher institution of learning ic known by what it is and dees. During the past fo ty years l rinity College has reudereu unstinted public nervices, having been sustained by private contribu tions and given her enorts to the public wel fare. It stands for progressive ideas and is tbe representative of advanced thought in public life. The leaven of her efforts has quickened every other educational institution vithin the range of her influence. Eor lb'J3 4 tne following departments are in a reasonable timp Fverv mnn in th eave Blueileld (5:10 a. m. daily for Kenovaand open for instruction after August 31 : m a reasonao.e lime. r.ver man in the Columbus. I'arior Car to Konnoke. Pullman .1. Philosophical and Literary (lor A. D. cau- aiaates; a. History, Political and Social Scicnce!(for :o a. m. ioc itoa.ioke. ttauiord. Pulaski. I rn. n. canuiuatei Bristol ; also for liaieiield, Pocahontas, Elk- 1 3. Scientific (for B. S. candidates). norn anu stations Clinch Valley Division ; also ror i-rfjuisvine auu stations Li. &: N. It. K. via JNow that funds are available the work meeting with dfhculties multiplied in 5:30 P- m- for Roanoke, Kadford, Pulaski, 4 . , , .,, Bristol and all points south, via E. T. V. & G., their attempt to report the Wilson bill K. K., also for lilueiield, Ohio Extension! country it Stem? wants to Dresent his Sleeper Koanoke to Memphis via Knokville , . , . I ana unatumootra. particular interest to tne committee fore the bill is reported to the senate be- Norton. Pullman Sleeper Lynchburg to Louis- on public buildings, which had in many m. with Washington and Chattanooga Limited. msps Un ancno.uiofi f,,. i ir f I Pullman Siecpcr iiounokc to Nashville. Mem . . iuuut,, pbisandNew Orleans. Dining Car attached. 1894. HARPER'S WEEKLY. ILLUSTRATED. JTfkhlKfill t-wflJf.il I indet,ied to nim to make immediate settle- ancl peace IS supplied, because On the meiit wit h me, and all persons having claims high seas no shops or factories are ac- ugainst hun to piesent tuem to me on or be- -, , Tt n xi w fore February 8. 15, or this notice will be Cessible. Usually the Vessel IS pro- plead in t;:ir of them. J. G. Lait. Ex. visioned for nnlv there is no room to stow more. The ra tions are purchased by the navy depart ment and comprise such necessities as hard bread, cornmeal, oatmeal, hominy, flour, 6alt pork, beans, peas, rice, pre served meats, butter, coffee and tea. Every man in the navy, from the last Haiu-kh's Weekly is bevond all oucstion I oV the leading journal in Auierf-H, in i s sp endid J illustrations, in it corps of distinguished con- auowanco or oo cents a aay lor rations, tributors, and in its vast a, my ot readers, in which he may draw either in food or in Bpecial lines, it draws on the highest order of m . - , , . , taieut, the men bext ntted by position and money, lhe paymaster of the ship has traii.ingt) treat the leading topics of tne day. charge of all the provisions, which are In fiction, the most popular story writers cot. j. ,f . A , , . . . ..' . . . tribute to its columns. .suierb drawing by the ueau oul ms yeoman," WrH0 IS in fuiemost aitists illustrate its special articles, turn assisted by the jack-o'-dust. The its stories, and every not, ble event of publicly i i. j . . imeresi ; n conrams portraits ot the distin- I i ncuua wujjcmug mo guished men and women who are making the I barrels and packages. Coffee and suxrar history ot the time, while special attention is I r.. i i. A a given to the Army and iMivy, Amateur Spoit, and Music and the Drama, by distinguished ex perts. In a word, Mahpkk's W t ekiy com bines the news features ot theda.ly paper and the artistic and literary qualities of the maga zine with the solid critical character of the review. is to be resumed The appropriations for rivers, harbors ; aid public buildings will this year be materially reduced. Washington society is religiously keeping Lent. With the exception of a few luncheons and dinners there is lit tle happening in the social world. are served out once in 10 days, flour ev ery four days and meats daily. While in port fresh provisions are furnished, each man receiving one pound of fresh bread, 1 pounds of fresh meat and one bound of fresh vegetables ner rlipm HARPER'S PERIODICALS These take the place of the ordinary ra tions, only tea and coffee being provided in addition. The allowance is at all H Alii Ell S MAGAZINE, HAHPEU S W KEKLV, HAUPKK'S BAZA it, HAKPLirs YOUNG PEOPLE, $4.00 times so liberal that the enlisted men 4 ()0 cannot possibly consume the whole of it, -'.ou so they take part of it in cash. Phibi Postage Free to all subscribers in the United I delbllia Times States, Canada and Mexico. I The Volumes of the Weekly legin with the first N umber for January ol each year. When no time is mentioned, subset iptkL.s will bgiu witutt-o Number current at the time of re ceipt or order. Bound Volumes of Harveh's Weekly for th-ee jeais buck, iu neat cloth binding, w.li be sent by undl, postage paid, or by express, lree of ex pi use (provided the freight does not ex ceed ouo dollar per voiume), tor $7 U) per volume. Joth (uses for each volume, .miitnble for binding, win bo sent by mail, post paul, on re- I "cavern"' has never been bestowed upon ceiot ol f each. I mi , , viiuei ui me io. j.ney simply come wiidui tne category of the wonderful be cause of the immense number of stalac tites of various sizes and colors which Ad.'.r ss: lUurr.K & Hbotheks, New York dftiend from their roofs. The. fir;f th i - one near Toiiuerville. is known ?u T.?t Remarkable Stalactite Caves In Utah. Two of tho most wonderful stalactite caves in the world are located within the territory of Utah one five miles south of Toquerville and the other 25 miles west of St. George. Neither ia remark able on account of size, and to the best of my knowledge the disnifvinar titl nf -r t rm hemittauces shouM be made by Postoftice Moi:e Order or uraft, to avoid chance of loss. Newspapers ae not lo c py tlu advertise me it wutiout the e..i. ts order ot Ha Ki'K.K & llUOiUKKS. Q. M. HAH-DIK, JE., linfy, f fid &&I Mi Subs i Virgin, and the other by the name of the LuacK vamor. The Virgin was discovered a few years ago by the contractor of an irrigating company, who waa engaged in driving a tunnel through a mountain called "La Virgin Bnch" for the purpose of tap ping the river beyond. When the light Bhuk ilib Iti xiiij LIT I ground chamber, the effect is said to have been startling, the roof and floor Neur First Haptist Church. At RcasciiHle lUtep. Finest Carriayes in the CiSy. BOARDING ilO.'ttS A ::ECIALTY Gentle Teams and Careful Drivers. fJIVK A CALL -.'.f'-a:- Atlanta, Ga. Office 101 V- . t -L.ViiSt. , tt glittering with cubes -nd points of crys tal alum and the roof studded with mil lions of rain colored stalactites. The "Black Warrior" cave is a coun terpart of the Virgin and was discovered by miners at a point where their tunnel was 363 feet beneath the surface. St. Louis Republic. An operation or injections of carbolic acid are extremely dangerous. Try Jaj -anese Pile Cnr. Positively puaranteed by W. M. Yearbv. Mental depression, wakefulness, lost manhood caused y errors of youth or late excess quickly cared bv Magnetic Nervine. Guaranteed by W. M. Yearby. A Household Treasuro. D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y , says that he always keeps Dr. King's New Dis covery in the house and his family has al ways found the very best results follow its use ; that he would not be without it, if pro curable. G. A. Dykeman, druggist, Catskill, rs. 1., says that Dr. Kings rsew Discovery is undoubtedly the best cough remedy ; that he has used it in his family for eight years, and it has never failed to do all that is claimed for it. Why not try a remedy so long tried and tested ? Trial bottles free at R. Blacknall &. -on's drug store. Regular size oUc. and 1.00 52:35 p. m., daily, for Roanoke, and interme diate stations, lias no connections beyond Roanoke EAST-ROT;?; D LF VE I.VNCH BURG DAILY. 9:15 a. m. for Ki .'om'jnd, Petersb'irrand Nor folk arrives Peters buru at l:i p. uj. e Jimeet ing with Richmond and retersburir railroad, rrrivinr in Richmond at 2:15 p. in. Arrive Norfolk 6:00 p. m. 11:50 p. in. A -rive Petersburg 4:15 a. m. connecting- with ".. & P. R. R. dailv; arrive Richmond 7:47 a ai.; arrive Morfolk 7:00 a. m. Pullman Palace Sleeper to Norfolk. Also Pullman Palace Slecner between Lynchburg and Richmond. 'ibis car will be ready at Lynchburg at 9:00 p. m. for reception of passengers. 2:55 p. m. for Richmond. Petersburg and Nor folk ; arrive Richmond 7:50 p. m.; Norfolk 9:20 p. ra. Pullman Parlor Buffet Car to Norfolk. W. li. liEVILL. G. P. & T. Airent. Roanoke. Va. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC ! 4. Technological (for li K. t andidates). 5. Law JSehool (su nmer term opens July 14). 6. 'lheolofcical (lor uiinisterial candidatt 8). 7. Commercial Course (preparatory lor busi ness pursuits;. Resides ihse there are three special schools with courses o. a more practical professional character : 1. Ibe Normal School for Teachers Ten courses of professional instruction for one year. 'A. School of Journalism Prof. John L. W.cber, director. Courses of instruction in i iifedish, Civics, Political Science, History, Sociology and daily practical newspaper work required. i. School of Finance, Economics and Ad ministration Two years' courses iu the higher studies related to public interests. i ne College is provided with ample lacilities in the Laboratories, Libraries and Klectric Plant lor giving the best instruction in courses o lie red. l he buildings are the finest and best adapted in the state. The Stall of Instructors is chosen for its merit in and devotion to the work of educat ing students. The participation of students in their own government in college will begin with the opening of the year, August 31. Rooms may te secured and interesting infor mation given free by application by mail or in person to JOHN F. CROWKLL. Presd't, Durham. N. C. I AM PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE PANTS! A PjirfQ ftro orifl flivnn n$ For,tho merchants at a big eaving to th v. vitw unvi nui w . xou can save irom?i.;ju to ?.uu per day by having me to make them. em. "The Magic City" are now ready. -Address Art Depart ment, Durham Globe. I also clean and repair clothing of all kinds at a reasonable price. Over Creen Bros. & Co's store. biir '.t-as - i:, - x ' her Caiirnrlft, When s:ie v.as u iJhild. crietl for lttc-rLx N"hen t eea:i; Jlis, -b cl:m to C'lotoiii 'be-n li ti-1 Ctildrea, sfte avetfc ai Ca-ric- TOR SALE! Bar and Fixtures AND POOL TABLE. Reason for 3. 1!ing is 1894. HARPER'S MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATED, Hakper's Magazine for 1894 will maintain the character that has made it the favorite illustrated periodical for the home. Among the results of enterprises undertaken by the publishers, there will appear during the year superbly illustrated papers on Iudia by Edwin 10 24 a ni ord Weeks, on the Japanese Seasons by Al fred Parsons, on German' by Poultney Iiige- low, on Pans bv Richard Harding Da is. and on Mexico by Frederic Remington. Among the other notable 1 eat u res of the year will be novels by George du Maurier and Charles Dudley Warner, the pe.sonal remi niscences of W. D. Howell, and eiaht short stones of Western rontier lbe by Owen loier. cnort stones will also be conn i outer) t Daily except Sunday IJetween West Point and lib IiuioinI. Leave West Point 7:.r0a. m. daMy. and m. daily except Sunday and Moii'lny; arme iiichmond H:03 and 10.40 a. ni. Kerturniinr leave Richmond ::10 and 4:4.r p. m. daily eta j t Sunday ; arrive West point 5:00 and ti:JU j. m. Itetuccn lUt hni til l and Raleigh via Keyi- ville. IiCave Richmond 12:10 p. m. da l v; leave Kej vilie 3:40 p. m.; arrive Oxlord :()." p. in., Hen derson 7:00 p. ni., Durham 7:40 p. iu., lta'eih, 7:30 a. m. Returning leave Raleigh l.-ini a. nu daily, Durham t;10 a. in., Oxford 7:U a ni.; arrive Keysville 10:10 a.m., Richmond lo. ni. daily. Trains on O. & II. R. It. leave Oxford MO a. ni. and 6:10 p. m. daily except Sunday, 11:44 i. ni , daily, and arrive llendeisen ti: 10 a. in. and 7:00 p. m , daily except Sunday and 1-': J0 p. in.. daily. Returning leave Henderson t:4 a. n. and 7:20 p. ni., dwily except Sunnay, and 4:39 p. m., daily, and arrive at Oxlord 7:30 a. tn. and 8:10 j). in., daily excert Sunday, and o.-J p. ra., daily. No. 35, 3(5 and 3J connect at Richmond from and to West Point aud Baltimore daily except Sunday. SLEEl'ISG-CAU SEKVICli:. On Trains Nos. 35 and 3fi, Pul man Ilufftt Sleeper between New York, Atlanta aud JaV son vi ile. On Noe. 37 and 33. Pullman Mer pimr Car New York to New Orleans, New York to Au gusta, Jacksonville and Tampa, and Mew Vor to Asheville, and Washington to .Memphi. ani Dining Car New York to Montgomery, and Cr.ai iotte to Savannah. Trains Nos. Hand 12 run solid between Kich mond and Atlanta and carry Pullman Sltcpin? Cars between Richmond, Danville and Greens boro. E. BERKLEY', J. S. II. THOMPSON. Superintendent, Superintendent. Greensboro, N. C. Richmond. . W. A. TURK, General Passenger .U'eut. Washington, D. C. S. II. HA RDWl K, Asst. Gen 1 Pass. Ajieni. Atlanta, Ga. W. II. GREEN. SOL I L A S, Gen'i Manager, Trallic Mana r. Wasubigton, D. C. Washington, ( TLANTIC AND DANVILLE RAILWAY A. P. THOM, RECEIVER. Schedule in effect Octotx-r 10, No. 1, Dally. ! 25 a m 9 4i a m 9 52 a m 9 5d a iu 10 08 a m 10 2 a m 10 42 a m 10 4'J a m 10 55 a m 1 1 19 a in 11 20 a m 1 1 27 a in 1 1 39 a m 11 44 a m 11 M a m 12 W p m 1 2 13 p m I t 15 i m 1 . t ... . . . . 1 . l . . l i r - I kjj maiiuri I'lauuc wo, nicuaru iiaroing uavis, 1"v4ddi Mary E. Wilkins, Ruth ilcKnery Stuart. Miss 7z i.i u m Laurence Alma Tadema. George A. Hii.bard, i ' 5y pm Ouebnay de Reaurepaire. Thomas Nelson i k .. . . ni i.thoN irti,.i: .... . t . fj' f 'f 1"" " ... HVIVO l.Vy i.Ji 111 I 11 I I t'l I III- I 1 . I M W The Modfru Invalid Flas tastes medicinally, in keeping with other luxries. A remedy must be nleas- antly acceptable in form, purely whole some in composition, truly beneficial iu effect and entirely free from every objec tional quality. If really ill he consults a physician; if constipated he uses the gentle family laxative Syrup of Figs. Japanese Liver Pellets are the best family medicine for liver complaint and constipation. 50 pills in vial 23 cents. Sold at W M. learby's. Doing a go.nl business, bid health. Apply to No. 107 Peabody J. THOM PS N. St., Durham, N. C. GHI2AP COAL I I have a lot cf the best grades of Stove an Grate Coal that I m ill sell at a low price. Also dry Stove and Fire-place Wood, Oak and Pine. Ollice and yard at my old stand near electric light house. Give me a call. A. A HOLDER. lobacco Review eekly Tobacco .J on r rial, for only CENTS A YEAR. Iiccklen't Arnica Salrtj. fhe Host Salve in the world for Cuts Bmises, Sore. Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all bkin eruptions, and potively Send in Ycur SubGCriLtion ! iinteeti to give perfect satisfaction, or monev refundel. Price 2T cents xer hex. Forsalp by R. Bliuknall & Son. i I terest will be contributed by distinguishea specialists. 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Beasley. tieasurer Southern Sick and Accident Benefit Asso ciation of Norfolk, Va , thirty-five dollars n full of claim for seven weeks sickness. FaA:;c:a LIigu. Mr E T. Lea is the aent und will :rive all information. Call on him XXWrite for Advertising Rates. TO li A CCO REVIEW CO., Durham, N. C. ! Who Mends Your Shoes ? There are ieopl wbo irend and people who pretend to mend fhoes, people who know their jusimss and people who don't. Vou want m, jr 3 ou can reiy upon to do your mend Ri. . ny not try Howard t He mends siloes inended right. Lei him have yours once, and X, 4 . ucomo a retruiar customer His shop lsjutt across from the county court house. II jou want a rwrr.f sj t ,t 1.,1, D r-4 ) , - 41SV yt 111 tnat 1 the kind Howaid mak p m 1 p m 1 4 p m 1 !'i p rn 2 l'l p m - -JM p m 2Z m 2 ' p 11:1 .2 hi pm - .V I Ul :i Ui p m 3 15 p m 3 :JJ p ni 3 ;y p m 3 47 p in 3 54 pis 4 Ort p in 4 It! p m 4 p m 4 37 p m 4 53 p m 5UT pm 5 p m STATIONS. Norfolk, Ports ni.uth, Duncan. Hodges Ferry, hhouiders Hill, Rcamon, Suffolk, C'opeland, Holianl, Klwool, Franklin, btorys, Courtland, Pope, ('apron, Dre wry ville, Adams drove, Gr en Plain, J R. Junction. Ileltieid, PJea.ant Sliade, Edtferton, Lawrencevllle, 'Larlie Hoj , Rrodnax, Ii Crtf8e, South Hill, Union Level. HaAkertillc, Ollls, boydton, Finchly, Jetfress, Ciartsvilie, Uutfaio Junction, Ni lson, Vinrilina, Christie, Mayo, Denuiston, Alton, Cuningham, S-mora, Milton, Blanch. Danville, No. bai j. e 1 . . " 0 iJ v 5 UJ V B 4 irfpE 4 P O 4 P C 4 Si pc 4 10 l S 3ip -,i 4 J' O a u' i' c 2 MPS 47 p 2 P 5 2 23 B 35. 2 10 p 2 12 P 2 04 p 2 1 41 1 1271 1 rp 12 46 P 5 12 y p - J2iP J2 IH 12 '. P 5 11 .'3 11 W5 113 112" 11 13 c 11 if z V! 5 l'J 10 ' U 22 if M l'J y V 2 M7 ' jT -y225 COX3TECTIONS. At Belfieid with Atlantic Coa-t Richmond, Petersburg, OoJdslro, ton, etc. Line Wi. '"1 civ. nanru-1 At JeiTresa with Itichmond acl V-. ai roa-i for Chase City, uzlord. Ht" Rai fill rhu m lo 1 it Vt Atn at Hi.rramiuif n nrirn xn . J .. Railway, (Cape Charles iaiute.an-l !W rJ Steamers for Old Point, Raltimre ei ern cities : with tsuperu tew iru 91 , j. Washington and Norfolk line tor yxiA ,- T.ers Wahington and pointa nrth; mini n steamanip company a v- sieamsn ua ior ma romi. namr" .,; News, tjmlf Held, cities on thetro. J ji. Vw Vnrlr Hln.pf anil nnrthcrQ WllDH- and M. T. company's steamsh j-s and Providence direct and interior -f fU land points ; with N., A. and A. rai'" tKxs elegant hotels of VirgmU lach ; View railroad for Ocean View nrj connection with railroad and eteam" r for all points north, west and uta- ercw 1 be A ic U. Rail ay com any sfl;rf of Chester effecta prompt t.ouii2 .n ru v- - engers and baggage betee Aorfolx. F. W. H. TAVLOK. C.