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STATE CHEONICLE, SUNDAY, iMAKCH 9, 1890.
hi JitiitcChvouicIc! PRE AXDSCMBO. Some vears before the war. Simeon BY CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO. W , carried on a email farm near Every Morning Except Monday. . Righ, N. C, and supplemented a TMIE CASH PRICE OF CHRONICLE somawhat precarious income by teach- X la W.UO per year: 3.00 for 6 months: 11.50 for 3 months. JOSEPH US DANIELS, - Editor. D. II. DROWDER, . Da. .Manager. SUNDAY, MARCH 0, 1890. A VALUABLE NEWSPAPER. Charlotte Chronicle The first issue of the Daily State Chronicle, of Raleigh, appeared on Tnursday. It is good looking, newsy, and starts oat under bright auspices. and reputation of the The character weekly State Chronicle, as so ably con- in the city. Having called on the ing in the Fall and Winter months, an j old-time free school in the piny wood3. 1 Becoming somewhat ambitious of higher culture, and with the laudable : j desire of ultimately converting his i school into a classical academy, he per j chased a Bullion's grammar and a "Liber Primus," and bravely under took the mastery of Litin without a master. Now, when Simeon had made some progress in his studies, he had occasion, one of his children being sick to consult his family physician who resided ducted by Josepuhs Daniels, leaves no doubt that the Daily State Chronicle will be an interesting and a valuable newspaper. Josephus Daniels is the editor, Hal W. Ayer associate editor, aud D. H. Hrowder business manager. OUR CORDIAL RECEPTION. The reception of the Daily State Chronicle has been most gratifying. We cannot say that it has far exceded our D. at his office and obtained the requi site medicines, he inquired what the charge was for the service rendered, as he wanted to settle. "A dollar and a quarter," said Dr. II explaining that the dollar was for prescription, the quarter for medicine. Our school-master stood for a moment in mute astonishment, then gravely re plied : "Allow me to inform you, Doc- Some days ago we had occasion, to ; write to a North Carolina young man who is at Johns Hopkins University. ; We addressed the letter to him at "Johns Hopkins University." He got . the letter after some delay and writes: "Maybe you designed a delicate com pliment such as Johnson and 'Burke, I believe,exchanged. Burke directed a letter to 'Samuel Johnson, England.' And Johnson, not to be outdone, replied : 'Edmund Burke, World.' '' Speaking of directions on a letter we ! read a few days ago that a party in Michigan wrote a letter to W. L Doug lass, the famous shoe man, at Brockton, Mass. He put his letter in an envelope, sealed it, and pasted on it as the sole di rection a picture of Mr. Douglass. He is so well known, by reason of his exten sive advertisins, in which he alwavs publishes his picture, that the letter went as safely and as quickly as if it had contained the name, postoffice, and num ber of street. YOUNG MEN ! MIDDLE-AGED MEN ! OLD MEN WLL B-'-i 23ADT AS OUT MARCH S j W. W. W. H. H. H. k k rt. s. r. s. K. S. TUCKER TUCKER TUCKER k k k CO COCO GIB GIBBONS f- -k'SDERSON'S & HENDERSON'S Yon are cow thinking of yonr FALL AND WINTER SUITS. That last year's suit will not do. Yea Lave thought it -would, but you cannot wear it satisfactorily. EALEIGH rlITY TIRECTORY ALEIGII VylTY JJlRECTORY DRESS GOODS FOR SPRING ! DRESS GOODS FOR SPRING ! COMPROMISE COMPROMISE 13 9 -BY A DEAL WTTH- For 1590-91 nearin jompletion, add will be issued to subiC ibers about March 8. expectations, because we expected much, tor, that 'prescription' is derived from Onr subscribtion list trrows daily and ----- w w rapidly. Men in all sections are sub scribing and writing words of most pleasant commendation. The outlook U not only encouraging. It is better than that. Success is assured. . Never in our recollection has a paper started so well in North Carolina. We two Latin words, pre, 'before,' and 'scribo,' 'to write.' You have nothing whatever, and therefore have not prescribed. I will pay you for the phy sic, but decline paying for prescription." "Well, Simeon," rejoined the Doctor, "your Latimty may be all right; we won't quarrel about that; I hold, never- print 2,000 copies of the piper every theless, that I have both 'prescribed' and day, and believe that we will soon nave furnished medicine, and I insist that that many subscribers. We hope that y0a pay accordingly." all friends of the paper will exert them- xhe small change was "shelled out" selves to help increase the circulation of slowly, and with manifest reluctance, the paper during this month. We present below extracts from a few of the many letters received : A leader of the Alliance writes : Mav tho Daily State Chronicle "laugh and grow fat." succeed. only I know it will NORTH CAROLINA PERSONALS. I. W 7TNETROB, Merchant Talloh. Mebchaxt Tailob. Tailor-made Business Suits at Was there ever such an oner i jj $18 $35 A limited amount of ADVERTISING SPACE- ADVERTISING SPACE- SiU' Elegant Dress Suits, tailor-made, best style, for $25.00 to $45.00, and any grade and price in suits of every kind and quality. The finest and largest line of imported goods in the city. Pleasure taken in showing Stock and explaining how an elegant and satisfactory- outfit can be had at email cost. eruams racant, which may be Lad upon application to publishers. The Spring season has opened very br:l ! hantly, and we are showing many of the hiu ' er class fabrics nomewhat earlier than usual, I owing to the mild weither which has directed ' attention to all the lighter weight materia!. ! Every day is adding to the beautiful stctf;. j already received, and our selections in lude ' the choicest and most elaborate textures. which has distinguished our collection in past seasons. Besides being a- ana the aiscomnttea out unconvinced dominie departed for home, inexpressi bly shocked at the moral degeneracy of the times, and wondering that Latin should be at so great a discount with the medical profession. As might well be expected, the Doctor frennentlv related thf. incident deem- k :..-. .,lntt. Sn . I. not I . . . " . . - ... . . t pruuiiucuv cuuvawi m iuo mg it too good to xeep - ana with mm writes: and his friends, the artless pedagogue I am pleased with the Daily State from the rural regions was ever there- Curonicls. I have faith in its success, after known by the classic sobriquet of "Vtftv t livA lnno- unri nrnsnar " "6 ana OCHDO. A successful and wide-awake business man of Kinston writes: t m vprv mneh nleased with the The recent aeitation of the Fertilizer Daily 8tatc Chbonicle. It is badly I tax question, provoked by the action THE FERTILIZER TAX. needed. You deserve success. A scholarly professor at the University writes : Your beginning is capital. I recog nize in the Chronicle an advocate of progress, truth, liberality, freedom and culture. You are bound to win. A talented young North Carolinian, who is now filling a chair at Johns Hop kins University, writes : I am sure the Daily State Chronicle will be a success and be a credit not only to North Carolina, but also to Southern journalism. A successful and eloquent Goldsboro lawyer writes : The first issue of the Chronicle is ex cellent, but I expect each succeeding number to bo better for the next ten years. I enclose $0.001 like the Curonicle that much even these hard times. A peripatetic citi9n, whose business has carried him over the Raleigh k Au gusta Railroad this week, writes : The people are enthusiastic over the Daily State Chronicle. Your list will lie larger than you imagine when sub bcriptious to other dailies expire. A State Senator in the Piedmont sec tion, well known all over the State, writes : 1 enclose subscription to January, '01. I have just read the first issue of the commenced to test the constitutionality of the tax, has but re-opened the discus sion of a question which has never been really decided. We. have never advo cated the present mode of taxing ferti lizer and, but for the cost and trouble of collecting the tax, we should long ago have advocated an abolition of the license tax and the imposition of a ton tax. It will bring just as much, if not more, revenue to the State and will bear more equitably upon all manufacturers. We eive space below to a letter from Dr. T. J. Boykin, of Baltimore, (a na tive of Sampson county), who states the objections to the license tax in plain and strong terms. In reference to the item of which he complains, it is necessary only to state that it was published mere ly as a news note. No editorial com ment accompanied it. The following is Dr. Boykin's letter : In a late issue of the State Chron icle is a notica of the recent loss of the "Durham Bull Fertilizing Co.," in which you seem to take much pleasure in tell ing your readers that Mr, S. T. Morgan, one of the Company authorized you to say that he does not belong to "the fer tilizer trust" and is satisfied to pay the $500 State tax, and "thinks it just and rignt, mtimatiug mat ou urower is l'nmnsr liis rnenas in Office Eaves Will be Confirmed. LSDecial Cor. to State Chronicle. Washington, D. C, March 7. Mr. Swindell, of North Carolina, who has been policeman at the Capitol for some years has been removed and Mr. Brower has had appointed one of his constitu ents to fill the place. Judge Russell, who was counsel for Mr. Brunhild, of Wilmington, is here. General Manning is with him. It is thought they are endeavoring to secure a pardon tor Brunhild, convicted of violating the Internal Revenue law, but I am informed the effort will be futile and that he will be made to serve out his term in full. It was stated some time ago that, when applied to for a pardon, the President pulled out a copy of the North Carolina Presbyterian which pa per opposed granting the pardon, and based his refusal on the editorial in that paper. Judge Russell is said to have oeen tatea Df.ek very much but he was forced to admit the high standing of the editor of the Presbyterian. It seems from this letter that editor Mc Laurin still has the ear and the confi dence of the President as well as of the Presbyterians in North Carolina. We hope he will nse his influence to make Harrison practice some Presby- erian doctrine. It would do the coun ,ry good. Editor More facts of more interest than these made known to all who call on WINETROB 114 Favetteville St. The Merchant Tailor. Copuete Directory of Raleigh City Complete Directory of Raleigh City the book will contain A CORRECT CEN3US- - A CORRECT CENSUS- IMPORTED IMPORTED DRESS DRESS PATTERNS ! PATTERNS ! -J. -J. R. R. TERRELL-TERRELL- (wi jin the corporate limits) of the city, and lifter of a local and general nature, valuable alike to residents and strangers. COMMISSION MERCHANT COMMISSION MERCHANT PRICE OF BOOK 1 A PRICE OF BOOK ?M.DU On every side we have received repeated commendations for the superiority of this col lection, for the good taiste displayed by our buyer in the selection, and in the importation of euch exquisite dresses. It ia simply impos sible to rive any adequate deacriptiou'of theft; magnificent costumes. They are of such a character of work as only a "high-class artist could create, and it could take an equally expert pen to put them properlv into print. The prices are fS.OO, i.00, flU.OO, $11.00, S12.5J, $13.00, $14.50, $15.00, $17.00 and $20.C.'. HEAVY HEAVY AND AND FANCY FANCY GROCER GROCER P r further ialormatioD, address Gibbons & Henderson, -MOHAIR3--MOHAIRS 2-2.V 2w Kaleigh, N. C. COUNTRY PRODUCE COUNTRY PRODUCE -North Carolina A Specialty- -A Specialty BUILDING AND T" OAN l'tl DING AND LJQAN 4 ssociation Association -agent for LONG'S PREPARED CHEMICALS DUNN'S PLOW CASTINGS 203 Favetteville St. 203 Fayetteviile St. 203 Favetteville St. 203 Favetteville St. do also Tl .- now anv just man can sav tnat it, is Daily State Chronicle, and it is truly right for me to pay five hundred dol No. 1. As you know, 1 have long lars for permission to sell one hundred wanted to see the Chronicle a daily, and tons ol fertilizer where another dealer In the glad fruition of my wishes I con- can sell one thousand tons for the same gratulate you and welcome the Daily charge is more than I can comprehend. chronicle most heartily ana Kinaiy. You may say why do you, or he who Ood speed you in your good woik for sells 4 -100 tons," not sell as much as he North Carolina. who sells the 1000 ? Then I ask why A well known and progressive Graded your house and lot is not worth as much School Superintendent writes: Accept congratulations and good luck on your daily. If as good as the State Chronicle, she'll go right along. I have boen a subscriber to the Chronicle from r rr t n v as air. lucser sf ur, wny all men are not worth the same amount ? Now l Mr. Morgan had said that it was 'just Mr. Eaves is still here. There is no doubt about his confirmation. Mr. W. W. Mott will soon be appointed Bank Examiner. Lieut. Richard Henderson, United States Navy, a brother of Hon. John S. Henderson, has been ordered to China on the Alliance. Edward C. Duncan has been nomi nated for the office of Collector of Cus toms at Beaufort, N. C. THE YARBORO HOUSE. It. B. RANEY, Prop'r, Raleigh, N. C. Rates, $2 50 per day. $10.50 to $15 per week. HOTEL, FLORENCE. T. G. Amilngton-, Manager, Raleigh, N. C. Rooms, with meals at Yarboro Honse, per day; $10.00 per week. airSpecial rates to lawyers attending mar8-ly preme Court $2.00 Su- SUMXER & WATTS, Tonsorial Artists Have opened a first-class Shaving and Hair Dressing Saloon at Fraps' old stand, Favette ville street, Raleigh, N.C. jOQTSATISF ACTION GUARANTEED. mG-tf A ucnoN UCTION A UCTION UCTION and right" to taxjthe sale of fertilizers an amount sufficient to support analytic -t-.L.m.at'a in t Vi r tota tx nntnnf V. ? Ln"?"??w.I..wni quaUtv of all fe.ti.ers 'sold and UOVU 1U kUV in the State, and that the tax or amount should be levied on the seller in proportion to the the amount he sells, as they do in all other States, then it would give me great pleasure to endorse Mr. Morgan's views. If you and Mr. Morgan will in vestigate thfi Rnhipp.t. mnr .Uorlp in. I am sure you will make the Chroni- stead of calling the dealers who oppose me present law a trust, you may learn, Carolina what all dealers here know, that those who are supporting the Two Louisburg lawyers send their subscriptions. One says: Yon deserve success and have my earnest wishes that the Daily State Chronicle may "live long and prosper." The other writes: CLE a great success. A live editor of a live North paper writes: 1 write to congratulate you on the success of the Chronicle. The first number of the Daily Chronicle has just been received, and it is with peculiar interest I have scanned its columns, and admired the make up of the paper. Suc cess tO yOU AD INFINITUM. A Klttrell business man writes: 1 rejoice with thousands of o. hers in our present law of indiscriminate 500 tax are trying to drive the smaller dealers out of the mar ket, and thereby make a trust unto themselves. If the law be "just and right," why are so many dealers fiarhtins. it? Why is it that no one obiects to the South Carolina and Georgia laws? They, each, and all other States, have laws tax ing dealers in fertilizers. Nobody seems to refuse to pay them. And nobodv FOR LADIES ONLY 1 TUESDAY P. M., THREE O'CLOCK A Full Link of A WATCH KEY. A True Story of the Great Richmond Tragedy. A XOYEL BY KERR PRICE 50 CENTS. This is a New Novel by a North Caro lina Lady Founded Upon the Cluverius Case. All who Have Read the Sad Story of that Vouas Man's End Should Read this Story. It is Praised by all who have read it. COMMENTS OF THE PRESS. Davidson Dispatch: The author shows a deep insight into human nature. Her portrayal of the thoughts, ti e cares and sorrows of a wife ana mother is particu larly nne. Lexington Ledgep.: From beginning to enu it is ciotnea n cnoicest language, cnaste ana ornate rnetonc. WILMINGTON MESSENGER: The Storv is entertaining ana elevating in character. Statesville Landmark: The interest is thoroughly well sustained throughout and after taking up the book one is not apt to lay it down willingly. -S ews and Observer: The book is very pleasantly written and the plot develops a unity ana skull in construction. Elizabeth City Economist: The book is well written, its delineations of charac ter are true to nature as pictures of social life, and the thread of the narative is pre served through the variations of detail The thoughts and phraseology are often original and attractive, and its reflections touch tender chords and bring back mem ories that are "pleasing and mournful to the soul." State Chronicle: The story of the love of Clavering for his affianced and the tragic termination of their engagement is as sweet ana sad and plaintive a btory as has moved men's and women's hearts since time began. The book is sold at the low price of nfty cents, and the Chroni cle hopes it will have a wide sale. Its merits deserve it. The moral tone of the story is good and its portrayal of village nie true to tne letter. EipFor Sale by American News Co., iana 31 Uiiaraber St., New York; J. W. Randolph fc English. Richmond, Va.; Alfred U llliams & Co., Raleigh, ' - - . .... . 7 r. v.., amun oc naisou, Liexington, in. ana rews ueaiers generally. Raleigh Branch. N. B. Bboughtos, Predident. Geo. W. Thompson, Sec'y and Treaa. J. N. Hoidixg, Attorney. A Pome Institution. Loans on Keal Estate i Low Rate of Interest. The same Dividends paid to every shareholder. This old time dress stuff which presented j itself eo modestly l&:?t hC-ason is meeting with tiAtterins euccesn, and is rapidly attaining a S popularity equal to any plain dresa material j ever introduced. They bid fair to even nt i rank the fame they gained in the past and to i attain a supremacy over all the other great staple fabrics. We show a very excellent line, ' -Winches wide, in all the new Spring tints at i 50 centa per yard. A Btill finer and heavier quality of brilliant lustre and moat beautifully t finished at 75 centa, 42 inches wide. HEXRIETTAS--HENRIETTAS- director. All wool and embracing every new and de sirable shade for the Spring season. French Henriettas, 40 inches, at 50c. German Henriettas, 42 inches, at 75c. German Henriettas, 40 inches, at Kv. FINE DRESS GOODS ! MILLINERY ! RIBBONS! LACES ! FANCY GOODS, &c. N. B. Bronghton, Fraiik Stronaeh. Philip Taylor, L. R. Wyatt. J. C Drewrv. Edgar G. Leach, T. B. Crowder, 1 . B. Yancey, J. i). Boushall, W. H. Hughes Y. T. PAYNE, Special Agent. Office with J. N. Holding. THE CELEBRATED FRENCH SERGES FRENCH SERGES A color line remarkable for its great variety. Every desirable shade is to be found among them. 40 inches wide at 50 centa, 42 inch wide at 75 cents, and 43 inches wide at A)c. We also cfi'er a very large line of quiet plaids, cfeec&s, stripes iu hair-lines aud clus ters in all the best shadings aud color combi nations at prices S1.00 per yard. ranging Irom oO cents to -: P ANACEA ANACEA ATER- Ab ln.telv a Wonder in Curint? Stomach. tiowel. Kidney, Liver and Cutaneous Affections. A Mc del Appetizer, Tonic and Blood Purifier. P IiAsant ! Harmless ! Reliable ! Recoiimended by eminent rjhvsicians and er dorsed by many distinguished gentle men for its rare and extraordinary efScacv. W. Y. W. H. H. H. Ac Ac 11. R. R. S. s. TUCKER TUCKER TUCKER A it A- CO. CO. CO. WE II AYE BOUGHT Fir 1 ss for Children and Adnlts. Tru it and be convinced. FOR SALE BY- Kin k McGee. Robert Stmtkov vn McKemmon. If jour drueerist does not keen it. Bend ii on for 9 ?v-2F. O. B. to John A. Williams, u Oxford, N. C. Head Agency for U. S. A. 2-10-3t T LEIGH AND GASTON RAILROAD. XV r effect Sundav. Dec. 29. 1889. at 9 m TB.UXS MOVIXO XOBTa. No. 52. FaatF't and Pass. Dailv ex. Sun. Lea i lialeish 7 00 rm Mill Brook 7 40 Wake 8 25 Franklin ton... . 9 04 Kittrell 9 35 Henderson 10 05 W arren Plains 11 10 B A BY A BY CARRIAGES CARRIAGES ABY CARRIAGES ABY CARRIAGES! EXOWH FOB r.VEBVBOIY- Macon 11 Arri W' ldon 1 No. 88. Pass. 4 Mail. Dailv ex. Sun. 11 35 a m 11 52 12 27 p m 12 35 12 51 1 09 1 44 1 52 2 55 p m Lea 20 am TBAI'3 MOVINQ SO'CTH. No. 41. No 03. Pass, and Mail. Fast F't. A P&ea. jjiuy ex. sun. Daily ex. Sun. On; Fikst Shipment Has Bekn Mm THE STYLE, THE FINISH, THE DURABILITY, IS ALL RIGHT The Price Will he Lower Offered Hf.be. Than F.vf.j: We know what the people want and w. have bought Carriages that will suit their taste. THOMAS THOMAS H. H. BRIGGS BRIGGS & SONS As SONS Raleigh, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. BIS B ARGAINS ARGAINS Can bo Obtained at these Sales. All Goods Fresh and the Latest Style. W. G. SEPARK'S W. G. SEPARK'S W. G. SEPARK'S W. G. SEPARK'S Stat at having yoa begin publishing a would refuse to pay your tax, if it really daily in Raleign. You will "approve was a "jcst" law. I have letters on the rieht and denounce the wronir, in file in the office, from dozens of North high as well as low places, and will not Carolina's most intelligent and prozni- . . . l r i . i .. I i . . uoui uui-iBus, luciuuiug your u-overnor, one of your State Senators, and at least a dozen of the most prominent members of your last Legislature, who agree with me, and say the law is not 4 just and right." There is not an intelligent and and conscientious gentleman in your State who, if he will investigate tho law thoroughly and carefully, can and will call it 'right and just." No more than he will say that it is 'just and right" for you to pay as much tax on a farm worth one thousand dollars as your neighbor pays on one worth five thous and dollars. I know as well as you do, as well as Mr. Morean does, that vnn want, need and must have a practical chemical department to take care of the farmers1 interest. But my dear sir, in the name of beal justice, and equity, make each and all dealers support this department according to the amount of goods he sells. trv to make wrong right or right wrong." All hail yonr effort. The brainiest woman in North Caro lina, who will contribute to the Chboni cle, writes : I assuro you that the successful career of the Chronicle has given me contin ued pleasure for several years, and the appearance of a Daily State Chronicle I shall view as a pledge of its perma nence. You have certainly understood how to make a paper both popular and influential. Some of your friends find fault with yon at times. However, you are always on the side of morals and are not afraid to do right. And so I wish you growing power. ....A gentleman at Kinston writes: The fanners are hard at work and we hope with a favorable season will come put all right. 12 E. Martin St. Smith A Woollcott, Trustees. Miss M AGGIE OEESE AGGIE XVEESE FASHIONABLE MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS LATEST NOVELTIES IN i KlilllED AND L NTKIililED GOODS Wools, Zephyrs, and all kinds of Embroiderv Materials KID GLOYES ! HAIR GOODS ! Stamped Linens and a great variety of fancv uui-uub. cuimping ana Pinking done at short notice. .Pro!?pt attntion and satisfaction given to orders from a distance. B Miss Maggie Reese, 209 Fayetteviile St. -NOW -NOW IS IS THE THE TIME-TIME- J. R. FERRALL ERRALL -GROCERS -GROCERS & Sc CO. O. Weldon 12 20 a m Macon 1 15 Warren Plains 1 23 p ni Henderson 2 07 Kittrell 2 23 FTanklinton 2 40 Wake 3 02 Mill Brook 3 25 Arriv e Raleigh 3 40 LOUISBURG RAILROAD. Leaves Lonisbr.rcr ot ii nn a m arrives at Franklinton at llUs. m Leaves Franklinton at 2.45 p.m., nJ arrives at Liouisbnrg at 3.30 p. m. JOHN C. WINDER, Gen'l Manager. W3L Sil TH, Superintendent. 8 1 40 a m 3 37 3 52 5 04 6 6 48 7 32 8 00 No. 3?. No. 41. a m and SUGAR- SUGAR- RAI.EK.H AND AUGUSTA AIR-LINE B. E 7 v efffit Sunday, Dec. 29, 1889, at 9 a. m. j This space is reserved for Hardin k ; Pescud who had not timo to write their advertisement for this issue. Can sell Granulated Sngar very low bythe umrtiauumreou. utner Sugars at corre spondingly low prices. -FLOUR-FLOUR- We have and always keep one of the finest ' lines of Flour m the market. We would call ' wnTTIa.ttenti,on t0 our CRYSTAL BRAND ! i Awi. n, maae oi tne verv best Valley of Vir ginia Wheat, and equal to anv high grade Hour to be had, and at LOWEST PRICES. SUNLIGHT FLOUR is good and warranted to give satisfaction. HOME MILLS, a good Flour, verv cheap. Small lot North Carolina Flour, madem Wake countyto our order, and we guarantee it all right. GAMBRILL'S PATAPSCO. Superlative and Orange Flour, as low as the lowest. SEED IRISH POTATOES Pure stock Early Rose and Peerless. We can make lower prices by the barrel. Write for prices. Agents Wanted. Several good agents can secure liberal contracts by addressing Mr. John C. Drewry, State Agent Mutual Benefit Life Insurance ComDanv of "NWiu-V IN. Y. " ' ' GOINO 80UTH. NO. 41. Passenger & Mail. Le'vr Raleigh, 3 45 p m Cary, 4 05 Merry Oaks,. . 4 40 Moncure, 4 51 Sanford 5 16 Cameron, 5 43 Southern Pines 6 10 Ar'ive Hamlet 7 10 Leave " 7 30 Ghio, 7 55 Arrir 'Ubsor, 8 15 GOING NORTH. No. 38. Passenger & Mail. Leave Gibson, 6 30 a.m. " Shio, 6 52 Arrive Hamlet, 7 15 Leave " 8 05 Southern lines 9 07 Cameron, y 35 Snnford, 10 02 Moncure, 10 27 Merry Oaka 10 &3 Cr.ry, n 12 Arnv Raleigh, 11 30 a m No. 51. Freight & Passenger. 6 30 p m 7 05 7 30 8 35 9 25 10 14 11 C8 1 00am mnos -JL HOS. S. No. 54. Freight A Pansenger. am 1 30 3 24 4 17 5 04 5 50 6 10 7 16 7 50 am PLUMBING PLUMBING AND CARTHAGE RAILROAD. Leare Carthage 8:00 a. m.; arrive Cameron ! 8:45 a. m.; leave Cameron 9:45 a. m.; arrive Carthajo 10:30 a. m.; leave Carthage 4:00 prl5-ly p. m.; irnve Cameron 4:45 p. m.; leave Cam- I " p- arrive uartnage 6:35 p. in. PITTSBOKO ROAD. Leaie Pitteboro 9:25 a. m.; arrive Moncure WH. SMITH, Bupt STEVENSON, TEVENSON, GAS FITTING, GAS FITTING, Hydranta Pave Washers, Bath Tuba, Sinks and all kinds of Plumbing Work put in on short notice. RrBBEB Gaud ex Hose, Hosz Reels A Nozzj-ia Alwaya ia Stock. Water pipe connections made with the street water mains. Gaa fitting in all iu branches. All repairing in my line promptly attended to. Hargett St, 3 doors North Raleigh National Bank. RALEIGH, N. C. If Yoc Waxt to Bex a NICE SUIT OF CLOTHES CHEAP ! Call Os D. W. C. HARRIS, on Wilmington Street.