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Ideal
7 ypewt iter
Ribbons.
You can put them on your ma
chine without soiling your
hands. All kinds of
Typewriter
Supplies
For 9ale by
Globe Office.
ROYALL
ORDEN,
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Isn't it it triile fade.'
lust a little passe V
I) jcsti't it hear the sitrns
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ize with the carpet ?
r the new wall paper
you have just got ''.
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VV-' do not mt'im to he
personal, hut really
a
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want a new suite
IJ.'tu-r call in and see
our stoek iu that line.
you I .
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OYALL
r .
ORDEN-
Reliable House Furnishers
YARBOROUQH HO US 3
1
Old Holiabls."
K A I K I (.11, N. C.
LT,
BROWN, Proprietor
"vc"l!ent and the location un
1 'i Ueliable" was never bettor
i iriKirougri is whore iHople .
See Samples
WANAtfAKER k BROWN
!
:':',:' vV:;1:. f the country. This
",Vt' ttlJ haudsomest fabrics yet
V. ; '."'''" iUt -Krv now in season.
s .... ..fc"t ,l,1,'tUlor-mAdcroKllrrm hu
t !v
shine price as the suddy. tgy
it. Ix?t mc call and show the
.08,
furmtorc Co.
lii-iiii
Furniture
r,in lo to o i
i" ivv eenr less
than cost.
..'I.D.
ENJOYS
C'r,
ih the method and results when
;. nip of Figs 13 taken; it is pleasant
! refreshing to the taste, and acts
r. 'y yet promptly on the Kidneys,
. r and Bowels, cleanses the sys
.;: t factually, dispels colds, head-
and fevers and cures habitual
-:iution. Syrup of Fig3 is the
:.! remedy of its kind ever pro
; .-ed, pleasing to the taste and ac-
j'tale to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
elects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
r.o all and have made it the mosi
r.opular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs i3 for sale in 50c
-.nd SI bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one wi;r
.vi:-hes to try it. Do not accept a:.;
substitute.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CC.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
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JOHNSON'S
IViAGPjETIC OSL,!
Instant Killerof Pain,
internal and External.
Cures RHEUMATISM, NEURAL-
(H A T tnrte K-iclr WrroiTlc T-fruicoo
Swelling, KtifY Joints. COLIC and
CI t AMPS instantly. Cholera Mor-
SJj3IIKAl ACiIE, as if by magic.
V' .uu-. 1 imu.ji iiiuri out e im Uc.il.
THE HORSE "BRAND, ?Jt2?JWJ$l
tuTaoHt Powerful nnd PenotratiiisLininieiitfor Man
r l:uat in exi.-tence. Laru 31 t-ize 75c, 50c. eize 4Uc.
JOHNSON'S ORIENTAL SOAP.
Medicated and Toilet. The Oreat Skin Cure and
Face Baautifler, Ladies will laid it the most
delicate and highly perfumed Tilot Soap or.
tlio market. It is absolutely puro. Makes the
t-kiu eoft and velvety and restores the lost com
Filexion; i a luxury 1 r the Bath for Infants,
t alays itcidng, leiinsMs tho scalp and promotes
the i! 'Wth of ha:r. price 2"io. For sale by
W. M. VKlItHV, Din hum, X. C.
VITAL TO SOOD.
WERVE
BRAIN
Dn. E. C. WEST'S NERVE AVD TIT? A TV TCTAT.
VI EXT, a opecific for Hysteria, Dizzinesss, Tit, Xeu--algia,
Headache, Xervous Prostration caus-ed by
ilcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness. Mpntni nBnr1Ed,m
Softeniiii? of Brain, causing insanity, misery decay!
leath. I'reraaturn Ol.-I A.rt. Tr.T-T-u,.nt.cJ t c rJ
f ower m either sex, Impotency, Leucorrhcea f.nd all
bemalo Weaknesses, Involuntary Losses, Sperma-
orrhoea caused by over-exertion of brain, Self-U-use,
over-Indultrence. A month's treatment, f I,
for T, by mail. With each order for 6 boxes, with
will send written guarantee to refund if not cured
unraiitt-es issued by airent. WEST'S I.IVER PILLS
ures Sick Headache, Biliousness, Liver Complaint
-our Stomach, Dyspepsia and Constipation.
GUARANTIEES issued only by
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le e
' -" ' '!-'- t: j U-:iit-Liir.ar7 Or
!'' i-Jirt-i no c'larifre of ditt or
naut .U i, ir,--:r::.rial iioisoncos med
icKus'.j l.j i..tsiua! y. When
AS A PFtSVEiaTlVE
by either sex i; is
i !forontra.-S
any venereal tinrv
thie alrea.i" Lk.
r cm, j o;
I. ur:.
with lionorrh.v.j nn
I Oft,
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Genuine sold only
V. 31. Yi AUiSV, Durha N. C.
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t
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r.iH.'k-!!
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umiiillh
A LADY'S TOILET
Is not complete
without an ideal
POWDER.
Combines every element of
beauty and purity. It is beauti
fying, soothing, healing, health
ful, and harmless, and when
rightly used is invisible. A most
delicate and desirable protection
to the face in this climate.
Insist epen having the genuine. f
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a, m a Ar-r
1 1
TO b " l'""8'
ROLL CURTAIN DESKS
NEW STYLiES.
Oar liiammoth c.atalomie of Bank rnnn-
If-kM. and other Oliice IrSltarS f"r : i "
tascts "Ltr., and at mntrhls nri -
tn IIm iifxxtn rnndt'
BANK COUNTERS TO 0R3ER TO FIT ANY 3-v.
i atalofnie fiw. Send 12c to ccve- - '
TYLER OFFICE FIXTURE CO
w ST. LOUS, Mo.
;
WHERE THE DOCTORS DIFFER.
BUhop Spaulding Makes a Statement iu
Reference to Bishop Keane' Criticism.
Peoria. 111., September 26. The fol
lowing written statement was today is
sued by Hishop Spaulding with refer
ence to the criticism upon his A. P. A.
article in the North American Review,
by Hishop Keane :
"I have read Hishop Keane's criticism
on my article in the North American
Review and as it has not been disown
ed I must suppose it to be authentic.
The chief question is whether what I
have published in the Review is true.
A thing may be unfortunately true and
this is doubtless what Bishop Keane
means when he ealls my article unfor
tunate. He says also that it is untime
ly but I fail to see how this epithet can
be applied in any right sense to the
bonest and dispassionate discussion of
a subject which now attracts general
attention and is not without import
ance. If my very moderate expression
of views on a question which is actual
ly before the public and which is of
concern both to the church and to the
country is to be condemned as unfortu
nate, and ill-timed, then rational dis
cussion among Catholics is no longer to
be thought of, and Catholic universali
ty is but a pretense. If what is said of
Cardinal Gibbons is true the least I can
do, I suppose, is to regret that he should
have to regret to express his regret to
the Pope. Regrets, however, are idle
and the manly and American thing to
do is to confront me with arguments
and not to attempt to frighten me with
groanings."
NEW LUMBER INDUSTRY.
The Tucketseiree Timber Company Ineor-
poratetl With a Capital of S60O.OOO.
Nkw Vokk, September 26. The Tuck
etsegee timber company has been in
corporated with a capital of 600.000 for
the purpose of purchasing timber and
timber lands and manufacturing lum
ber. The incorporators, who are also
the directors for the first vear. are as
is follows: Harry K. S. Williams.
Allen W. Adams, lleonre Harremever
I i i,irt,. r li .
U. Ilanford, W. II. Chew and J. li.
A O
Kadie. The gentlemen who have in
corporated this company represent the
largest and most nrominent firms in
New York Citv in the lumber trad
md take in every branch of it, not only
the pine industry but also hard wood:
and mahogany. This corporation ha
tcquired about To. 000 acres of timber
lands near Asheyille, N. C, on the line
of the Southern railroad, and not far
from the estate of Mr. George Vander-
bilt. Ihese lands are very heavily
timbered with hard woods and poplar.
MEDIATE FOR AN ARMISTICE.
Ihe British and Russian Minister Make
This Oiler to Li Huns; Chang.
iukoiiama, September 26. The,
British and Russian ministers at Pekin
lately met Li Ilunp; Chang- and offered
to mediate for an armistice for the rea
son that if the Chinese army, which
had been amassed with so much trou
ble at Iloijo, were defeated it would be
a great disgrace to China. Li Huna
Chang-, who had been frightened by de-
teats at k ong Tong- Tao and Gazan,
and had secretly been hoping- for medi
ation, eagerly seized this opportunity
and requested the two ministers tc
mediate. The ministers then made the
same proposal to the Chinese govern
ment which firmly declined as it had
entered upon the war with great deter
mination and was not to be turned
ava3 by such a proposal.
THE DOCKS AT PORT ROYAL.
ine contractor Asks For an Extension of
Time to Complete the Work.
w ashixgtox, September :2G. The
contractor iu charge of the work on the
Port Royal, S. C, dock has applied tc
the navy department for an extension
of time to complete the work, as the
time for finishing- it under the contract
! I -l -l -
w men nas already been extended twe
or three times, expired on the :23rd.,
While no action has been takun on the
the request, it will probably be p-rant
ed. The work is said to be hiirl.lv .,at-
lsiactory to the department in soke oi
me delays, and is thought the dock
will probably be completed within a
month.
TO BRIDGE THE ARKANSAS.
Tbe Memphis Kailroad Company to Kxtend
Their Linen.
.Little Kock, September J5 A let
ter from Secretary Smith, of tiie Little
Rock and Memphis railroad compaoy tc
the Little Rock lindfre and Tunnel
company, of this city yesterday, an
nounces that the Memphis company has
completed arrangement to build a bridge
across the Arkansas and extend its
line from here south of the Arkansas
river to Wister Junction in the Indian
territory. This grows out of the reor
ganization of the (.'hoctaw road in the
Indian territory.
THE
STRIKERS SENTENCED.
ludpe
Ross, of the I'edral Court Imposes a
Fine anti Imprisonment.
Los Angklks. Cal.. September 26. -.ludg-o
Ross, in the federal court yes
terday sentenced (iallagher and Buch
anan, American railway union strikers,
to eighteen months imprisonment in
the county jail and to pay a fine of -,0f
each. The men were among those whe
attempted to intimidate non-union men
on the Southern l'aciric during- the late
strike.
Hrlce Hacks His Opinion With Gold.
New York. September '20. In the
frathering- of politicians at the Fifth
avenue hotel lat nigrht. it was said that '
Senator Calvin S. Urice had offered tc !
of representatiues would be democratic.
ta.? C". Cu or crr . 1 . (. .
sr.wv cj.wu uiai me next senate
would le a democratic majority.
Cotton rfiline-: Then Kmllie.
Nkw York. September 26. The Sun's
f cotton review says : Cotton declined t
to 9 points and then rallied and closed
i tirm at a net decline for the day of 1 to
3 points. Sales 119.C00 bales Liver
. pool advanced 14 to 1 points, but lost
c
this and closed weak ; spot sales
bales at uncharged prices.
12,0OC i
for Infants
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
1 nown to me." II. A. Aitcnra, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford Et., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"The use of 'Castoria U so universal and
i . ; merits so well known that it seems a work
f tjererogation to endorse it. Few are the
intelligent families who do not Letp Castoria
within easy reach."
Caklos Maktyn, D. D.,
New York City.
The Centaur
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PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
AND POTASSIUM
Makes
Marvelous Cures
in Blood Poison
Rheumatism
and Scrofula
P. P. P. purifies the blood, builds op
the weak and debilitated, gives
strength to weakened nerves, expels
diseases.giving the patient health and
happiness where sickness, gloomy
feelings and lassitude tirst prevailed.
For primary, secondary and tertiary
sypnins, ior uiooa poisoning, mercu
rial
; Doison.
malaria, dyspepsia, and
in all blood and
skin diseases, like
blotches, pimples, old chronic ulcers,
tetter, scald head, boils, erysipelas,
eczema-we may say, without fear of
contradiction, that P. P. P. is the best
blood purifier in the world, and makes
positive, speedy and permanent cures
in all cases.
Ladies whose systems are poisoned
and whose blood is in an impure condi
tion, due to menstrual irregularities,
are peculiarly benefited by the won
derful tonio and blood cleansing prop
erties of P. P. P. - Prickly Ash, i'oko
Root and Potassium.
Springfield, Mo., Aug. 14th, 1893.
I can speak in the highest terms of
your medicine from my own personal
Knowledge. I was aff ected w ith heart
disease, pleurisy and rheumatism for
35 years, was treated by the very best
physicians ana spent hundreds of dol
lars, tried every known remedy with
out finding relief. I have only taken
one Dottle of your P. P. P., and can
cheerfully say It has done ruenwro
good than anything 1 have ever taken.
I can recommend your medicine to ail
sufferers of the above diseases.
MRS. M. M. YEARY.
Springfield, Green County, Mo.
r tsa'e by All I)rig3ts and Iln
STeJail lrur 'ifs
CHATTANOOGA
" Mir (WtirJM-
ow is the time to give your
are the best
ID HQ
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lG.;:-!;J"l3tlJ m& It-
OLIVER CHIXXED P3LOWS,
Just the thimr to attach to
o ----- - v .
Mattocks, etc. Lime, Plaster, Cement and Hair.
Builders' Hardware of ail kinds.
Stoves, Barb Wire, Town and
mg Mowers, etc. ( all
he treated
LLOYDS HARDWARE STORE.
F L A S TIC 0 ! I
For n :-! ur.i! heht
Wii2.,L. -piIfflSEE!
USE
FLiiSTICC.
Can be hsu3 at
J. T. WOMBLE'S
II A. K. Tl'KM-.K.
DURHAM. X. C.
j Will practice in the courts of Durham and
i rrtandin-counties. All tuin'-s entrustt-d
to coy care wiil receive prompt and careful at
tention. Office with Major Guthrie.
and Children.
Castoria cures Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomacti, Diarrha-a, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes
g-estion.
Without injurious medication.
ui
"For several years I have recommence
jour 'Castoria, and shall always continue t
do so as it has invariably produced ln'tieficia
results.
Fdwix F. Pardee, M. D.,
123th Street and 7th Ave., New York Cit'
Compaxv,
Murray Street, New York City.
ihiim,pw
Pimples, Blotches
and Old Sores
Catarrh, Malaria
and Kidney Troubles
Are entirely removed by P.P.P.
Prickly Ash. Poke Root and Potas
sium, the greatest blood purifier on
earth.
Aberdeen, O.. July 21, 191.
Messrs. Lippman Bros., faavannah,
Qa. : Dear Sirs I bought a bottle of
your P. P. P. at Hot Springs. Ark. , and
It has done me more good than three
months' treatment at the Hot Springs.
Hend three bottles C. O. D.
Respectfully yours,
JAS. M. NEWT05T,
Aberdeen, Brown County, O.
Capt. J. I. Johnston.
To all whom it may concern: I here
by testify to the wonderful properties
or P. P. P. for eruptions of the skin. I
suffered for several years with an un
sightly and disagreeable eruption on
my face. I tried every known reme
dy but in vain, until P. P. P. was used,
and am now entirely cured.
(Signed by) J. D. JOHNSTON.
Savannah, Qa.
Skin Cancer Cured.
Testimony from the Mayor of Sequin,Tex.
Sequin, Tex., January 14, 1893.
Messrs. Lippman Bros., Savannah,
Qa. : Gentlemen I have tried your P.
P. P. for a disease of the skin, usually
known as skin cancer, of thirty years'
standing, and found great relief: it
purifies the blood and removes all Ir
ritation from the seat of the disease
and prevents any spreading of the
sores. I have taken five or six bottles
and feel confident that another course
will effect a. cure. It has also relieved
me from indigestion ana stomach,
troubles. Yours trulv,
CAPT. W. M. RUST,
Attorney at Law.
. i2P
Book on Blood Diseases Mailed Free.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
LJFFr!AF BROS.
PROPRIETORS,
LJppman's lilot k.avannali, Ga
- hards; n & F!i is, Wholesale aiul
f ;ree:?.lMr. X ,
71
At'
JJJk
orders for these goods. Th'-v
on the market.
vour sulkv. Ilimus Ti-jw'-
Country Paints, New Deer-
and see us, you will
right at
Why Nct Buy th Bs
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j THE SUPKlJloiiiTV OF THE
j STANDARD DICTIONARY
j Publish-! J,y Funk - Wawnailp. St w York
city, is f.-taNii-h. i t.y t in aloi t-d y aii xi.e
I deittrtHic nt-oi tn- I r.it-l tat-s utj . rutin.-nt.
' and ly ewry k'" rnrnent or t he KrKlib
' lartt)r.'-. toii-ke rt "iit-nt. jrott t-ors
; and era n-nt m-h rjti-t. vU-rayn-vu. iit-rry
men. fait r. jrir : ai-of 1 1 li'o . i rjyieUr8.
jud.-f. lawyer. rait' r. ejttrual and tiMl j
, -i KiDH-r. u.vl eer one ii;o wKiit tli-;
U-ct. j
Ihe tanfiard Iirt itmary ernW'it many!
over - j afc'e.-. tit arly
) w..r l. ubKh.s ,
r i.i r.r.t-. .. '
more th.n I 1tr the numU
other incie-vjiui:.e dictionary, nearly i.iu
i;lustratior made epre.-i or this w-.rk.a;id
a tout "".' ruor- wor than any of her di--tionary
of th- hi,mu-. '1 fi I iiruiii.-nt
Flail n:ib!f ! 3 oi; to t '.i So ei;j..y the w- ,X
the )ictn,:jar v mi .jiee, int " nly a -fitll
'jradown. WriTe to us an 1 ;-urn how lar
utie are tr.e lerm ujon wh:ch it i wi 1. st
tamatttrj wanted lu t-verv county.
Vayne Ailcotr, Raleigh, li. C,
General Agent for North Carolina.
n 4 i
MILLS
UAtli
ISM
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
I (I'lEDMOST AIR
LINE.)
I
i Kichmond Si Danville and North Carolina VI'
i vision.
In Effect June 17. 1894.
This Condensed Schedule id published aa in
formation and is subject to change without
notice to the public.
DAILY.
sorTu bound. rr" v. rr it"
Nog. ro. 11 : No. 37
35 i 9 Daily. Daily.
Lv Kichmond.
!12 40 p m!i2 50 a m
l.v Hureviile.
Lv Keysvi le,
Ar l'anviile,
Lv Danville,
Ar tireensloro.
i p in
2 40 a m
3 'M a ru
5 :iS a iu
7 00 a in
t 40 a in
: oil p iu
! h ,il p n
J " 51 p in
j P m
I'-Hkt p ni
! 4 U" p m
5 40 am
6 M a m
Lv "reenslor.
Ar Kaleigh,
t5 00 p m
-M p m
54a am
ti 44 a in
Si a iu
Lv Haleitrh.
l.v Durham.
A r lireenslnfro.
i4 30 p in'
1 r 1 ) p m
I 7 'M p in
Lv Winston-Salem tCUTi p m,"5 4'J a ra tGi5 p m
Lv Greensboro,
3i p m 8 45 a in
6 68 a m
Ar taligbury.
8 11
1
Ar Statesville, '11 19 a m
ArAsheville, 4 00 p m
Ar Hot Spring. datiptbi
Lv Salisbury. i i; p ra 10 a na 8 11am
A r Chariots ! mp m,l:iti m 9 'St a m
Ar Spartai. .7 a ml .' .Vs p in 11 37 a m
Ar ureeiiVi.., . a. iu 4 Ur p m 12 28 p m
Ar Atlanta. 5 'M a m 9 oO p m 3 5.r p m
Lv Ch-irlotte, 10 ') p m 9,k)am
Ar ( olutnbia, J l. a m pi .Vi p m
A i-Augusta, 8 4am 4 tc! p in
Ar Charleston, 11 30 am 8 4a p ru
Ar Savannah, attain 4 30 pm
Ar Jacksonville, 10 10 a m 3" p m
HA I I.Y.'
NOKTi BOUND.
10 ?M N- No.3H
Lv Augusta, 7 (Nl p m l 30 p m
Lv Columbia, ! 3 .0 a in f jo p m
Ar Charlotte, j 40 a m 8 30 p in
Lv Atlanta, mm p m 8 00 a m 12 00 m
Ar Charlotte, ti ." a in t 40 p u 8 29 p m
Lv Charlotte, ! " (hi a in 7 OO p rt. 8 39 p m
Ar alisbury, 8 28 a m s 25 j rx. 9 49 p iu
Lv Hot Springs, 12 44 p in
Lv Aidieville, 2 :w p ni
Lv statesville, 7 11pm
Ar a lis bury. j ui p m
Lv Salislairy, 8 33 a m' 8 :ki p in 9 49 pm
A r ( i reensboro, 10 u'i a iu 10 ( 5 p in 1 1 (i p m
Ar Winston-Salem 11 15 a in9 25 a m J9 25 a m
Lv ('reeiisl oro. 10 1(1 a ra 112 01 a m
Ar Durham, 1,M'0 m!3:i5am
Ar Kale-Kh. 1 im j m'7 30 a m
Ar (iold.soio. 3( 0 p in tl 00 p m
Lv (ioldsboro, K, (h) p m 20l pin 200pin
Lv lialeivh, ':, 45 a in 4 10 p m 4 10 p m
A r ( reensboro, Ml a m 7 20 pm 720 pm
Lv (j reensboro. 10 10 a m lo 10 p m ll 09 p m
Ar Danville, 11 45 a m 11 40 p in 1227 a m
Ar Kesviile, 2 18pm 320 am 3 50 am
Ar UurkeviMe, 3 00 pm 408 am 4 08 am
Ar Richmond, 4 50 j m ti 20 a ru ti 20 a m
Daily except Sunday.
Itetwem Webt I'oint and Itlcliinoml.
Leave West I'oint 7:."0 a. rn. daily, and 8:50 a.
in. daily except SunOav and Mondav: rriv..
Kichmond 9:05 and 10:40 a. in. itetiirniiiir
it a
e hichmond ;:1U and 4:45 p. in. daily except
uay ; arrhe West I'oint 5:00 and 0:0.5 p. m.
juim
Hetueeu l ielimoiiil and Italeiuh via Keyg.
v i lie.
Leave Kichmond 12:40 p. iu. da lv: leave Ket h-
v'llle 3:40 p. iu.; arrive Uxlord (i:oj p. m.. Hen-
leion t:uo i. m., Durham 7:40 i. iu.. lialeiuh.
7:30 a. in. KeturniuK leave Kaieiuh 5:45 a. iu..
d;ily, Durham 1o:oj a. in., Oxford 11:34 a. m.
arrive Keysvillo 2:00 i. in.. Kichmond 4-.fi n
in. daily.
Trains on O. & II. K. K. leave Oxloid 5:(0a.
in. and .:io p. m. uaily except Sunday, 11:40 i
in , uaily. ami aruve ilndeiHen m
:(X p. in., daily except Sunday and 12:Ju d. m..
daily KcturuiUK leave Henderson (;:30 a. m.
and i:20 p. m.. daily except Sundav. and 4-:i n
ui., daily, and arrive at Oxford ::25 a. m. ami
0:10 p. ni., daily except Sunday, and 5:20 p. in.,
daily.
o-. 30 and 38 connect at Kichmond
and to W est Koint and llaltimore daily except
SLKKPING-CAIC
On Trains Nos. 35 and 30. Pullman UnrTet
sleeper between New Vork, Atlanbi and Jack
sonville, and between Charlotte and AuKunta.
On Noa. 37 and 38. l'ulima.i sleeping Cars
iietwcen New iork and New OrleatiM. New
York ami Jacksonville and Tamna. and i.t-
tweeu New York and Aslieville and Waxhlnir.
ton, Memphis and AuKUsta. Diuinir Car Oreens-
uoro to Montgomery.
vu irainii .Noh. 12aiid3i Pullman Sleeper 1-
tween UreenslKjro and ltaleigh.
trams ros. ll and 12 run solid between Kich
mond and Atlanta and carry Pullman hleetmnr
Cars between Kichmond, Danville and Ureena-
tMJIO.
E. UEKKLEV. J. S. II. THOMI'sok
Superintendent, u jerlntendent,
ireeiihloro, N. C. Kichmond, a.
N . A. 1 UKK, General Passenger Anviit,
WA8lll.N(ilO, D. C.
S. H. llAKDWl.K. Afst. ;enl P
Atlanta. Ha.
W. II. (i KEEN. sin if a u
.enl Manager, Traffic Manager.
Washington, D. C. Waahington. D. C
11.AM1V AX1 DAN VILLE KAILWAY
Schedule in effect July 1, 1891.
HTATIONS.
Poitstnouth,
Norfolk (herry).
West Norfolk,
Churchland.
shoulders Hilll
1 learn on,
suffoik,
'opelanfJ,
Holland.
EJ wfjol,
Krankliu,
fttor s,
Courtland,
i'ope,
'apron,
DiewiyvUle,
Adaiiia (iroc
ir en Plain.
J. It. Junction,
Itelfleid.
Pleasant Sfiade,
Ederton.
1-iwrenceville,
i harlie Hojh ,
Ilroinar,
I -i Crowse,
south JIlii,
Union Lev 1,
Itaskerville,
lljydtori,
Jeiirefifl.
CiarksviJle,
HutTaio J uoction,
N lMn,
Virgiiina,
hri-tie.
Mayo,
Dennis ton.
Alton,
Curiiugbam.
Smora,
Milton,
IS.aticii,
Dan viiie.
No. I. Daily.
No
2, Daily.
9 oo a in
Y-t p 111
5 lo p m
4 45 p m
4 .37 p m
4 20 pm
4 20 p m
4 09 p m
3 52 p in
3 45 p m
3 '.FA p m
3 24 p m
3 12 p m
3 1 15 p in
2 52 p no
2 47 p rn
234 pm
2 'SI p rn
2 H p m
2 13 p m
2 4 p m
1 45 p m
1 28 p ia
1 15 p ru
1 u5 p ru
12 4i p m
12 38 p in
1232 prn
12 17 p m
12 09 p ni
1 1 50 a rn
11 28 a m
11 19 a m
11 Jo a rn
v to a ui
9 45 a tu
9 53 a in
lo Ot a lu
IM 10 a iu
lo 2-' a iu
10 39 a in
10 4i a in
io 51 a m
1 1 07 a in
11 li a ni
1 1 25 a in
1 1 37 a in
1 1 12 a in
1 1 55 a in
12 0 p iu
1- ni
1-' 15 p in
Vi 24 u in
12 43 p m
1 p i.i
1 15 p IL
1 Z- p m
1 2 p in
1 4 p in
1 55 p in
2 on p ni
2 K p in
ii p in
i p Hi
i p ru
3 15 p m
3 ; j m
i p m
lo iiam
lo.r: a m
lo 30 a m
lo hum
JO 07 a m
9 V a m
9 45 a m
930a ra
9 17 a rn
9 uo a m
3 47 p ru
3 54 p in
4 01 p m
4 15 p ui
4 2; p m
4 35 p m
4 Vi p rn
.T p ui
5 - j p in
CNNEOION.
At lie field with Atlantic Coant Line for
Kichmond, Petersburg, (joldsboro. WlJni'njr-
ton.etc.
At Jeffre." with Kichmond and Danvfll
Itailioal for Chaae City. Oxford. Henderson,
Durr am, Kaleigb. etc.
At Norfolk with the N. V.. P. and s
iiaiiway, (Ca i.liarlt- Kute.and Ilav Lin
McamtTi for Old Point. lUltimorn a rid nf .-
t ru cities : with siiM-rb new iron meaum vt
u a-h-ngtoii and Norfolk line tor Alexandria
W;(.-hingtou and points n.,rth; with tld Do-'
minion Steamship iixriimny'i HK-amem ami
atifehii for old Point, Hampton. Newport
Newi. Muiti.held.citieaon theCniiri fc(M..
New
. ; r uirt"cl northern p rat ; with i.
1 M. f. company' atearoahip for liotor
an-i .m. i. company ternhipa for lktoL
nii-j j r; I'ltmce direct ana interior New tng
land i-inii ; with N.. A. and A. railroad for the
elegant hoteN of Virgmui Ikach : with Ocean
lew raiirid for Ocean View resort. Clo
couiKct ion with railroad and 6teanjhip line
tor ail ijint north, wet and south.
1 he A. X I). KailMuy company' teamr City
of Chefctcr effect prompt transfer of pa-iN-ngen
and luggage between Portsmouth and
Norfolk
W. U. TAYLOB, O. P. A.

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