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STATE CHBONIOLE, FRIDAY, APRIL. 11, 1890.
FROM MUBPHY TO MANTEO.
HOME THINGS THAT ARE HAP
PKN1NC1N NORTH CAROLINA.
What linn Happened in the Good Old
SMtc .Since the Chronicle Last Greet
ed Its Renders.
... .A trornonckus hail Ktorm paed
over Winston Weduesday evening.
It is boheved that Frank P.
Hroadaway, tho slayer of Lee Craven,
in D.ividAon couuty, has takeu rotuge
in Tennessee.
Robert Peacock who lives near
Guilford ll ittlo Ground, believes he has
discovered a vein of iron ore on hi plan
tation Grceuaboro North State.
Travel and traffic on the High Point,
lUndleraan and Asheboro railroad is so
heavy of late that it is is impossible to
do the work with one train a daw Lex
iugton Ledger.
....In A Braswcll's tloek of sheep
thern are forty niii ewes. A few morn
ings ftinC ) ho fount! in hi nutnw fnrtv.
niiitj lambs. Each c,wu had given birth
the night previous ta lamb. Tarboro
Southerner.
Please Take Notice!
THAT THE TIME FOR
PLANTING MAGNOLIAS
is here. I have a lot from 6 inches to 5 feet,
,8ellrom 10 to 50 cents, or $3.00
to $40.00 per hundred. Lota for aide wain at
. 00 a piece, planted and guaranteed in Nor
ioiK. .Llsewhere I chanro t'nr y
nr fX OA A j " .?r"-"
; - ',.'. utf uu uo responsibility,
have EVEUQUEENH tno 1mo,0n
-w v u j, v VW
I also
uon. rer&ona needini? thnwn pinnta &1iatim
come oarly and make choice
Mch 2G-lm
J. M. BONNOT,
James Street, Norfolk, Va.
PORTRAITS PAINTED
THEY ARE HERE.
THE PRETTIEST LINE OF
BY-
W. G. RANDALL,
131K Fayettevllle Street,
RALEIGH, N. C.
t5?"Testimonials will be furnished upon
application. decft-tf
sew foundry, hew machine shop.
....It has been decided by the own
ers to sill off some of the lots belong
ing to the Greensboro Female College
property, and to fi, up the college with
water, ho-iiitig apparatus, steam laun
dry, elect lie lights, &c.
. . . . .:r Cameron friends, wo le:trn,
are Irving to establish a cotton factory.
I- a ill no'iire 112.000. about I3.000 of
which ban been pledged. Maj Jno. W.
Scott aud Muse Hrs. are the pritre
in jvers. Carthago l'.iade.
At a meeting of the military com
pany held Monday night, the fol
lowing officers were elected: Captain,
Keid Russell; First Lieutenant, M. L
Hicison; Sieoud Lieutenant, Gsorg
Warburtou iloekiughAm Roektt.
....The Mockuville Times guys littl
Taylor Biiley, four-year old son of
Hrjaat Bailey, who lives near Elbaville,
Davie couuty, was kicked on the head
by a horse, fracturing his fkull. Hopes
are entertained of the child's recovery.
. . . .The weavers at the cotton mills
made a strike for higher wages Tuesday.
They were idle all day, but the proprie
tors refused to raise their wages and
they went back in their places Wednes
day morning. Lexington Dispatch.
. . . .Greunsboro is to have a telephone
exchange and a firo alarm. Also a free
letter delivery sjstem, and the houses
are to be numbered. The proposition to
chaugo the names of Elm and Market
.streets is beLg discussed. North State.
.... Mr. A. II. McNeill has discovered
on a tract of his land, near Carter's
Mills, in this county, a rich deposit of
manganese, f aid to to in paying quanti
ties. It is a very valuable And. Tue
on? is worth $75 per ton. Carthage
Made.
The Tarbcll Lumber Co., of South-
t rn Pines, was incorporated in the office
of the Clerk of the Superior Court of
Moore com ty, this week, with an au
thorized capital of $50,000.00, 75 per
co lit. of which has been paid up.
drthago Blade.
... .Capt. Everett, the president, in
forms us that about five thousand dol
lars woithof new machinery has recently
b-er: put in at Great Falls factory, lhe
in uhluery consists of a new slasher,
tooins, fee, which will increase the out
i'i aud improve the quality of the
g, -Is. Rockingham Rocket.
The patent drop curtain invented
by John L. Biker, to which reference
was mado in this paper several weeks
ago, will bo the means of securing a for
tune for that gentlemen. He has been
offered $25,000 by one party for the
rifccht of twenty-tbreo States, and $10,
(00 by another tv seven States.
Greensboro North State.
Another runawav match. Mr.
James Loftin, assistaut ferryman at
Sowers' ferr, living in Rowan county,
camo over to Davidson Sunday morning
and took away Miss Robena, daughter
of Mr. Alexander Grubb, crossed tho
river about a mile below the ferry and
went iuto Rowan where they were mar
ried. Lexington Dispatch.
Prof. J. L Ludlow informs us
that the track laying on the street rail
way will begin the latter part of this
week. The rails have been distributed
on Main vtreet from tho academy square
to tho court house, and from the court
house on Fourth street to the graded
school. The cross tics are being placed
along the route as rapidly as possible.
Twin City Daily.
During the storm last Friday,
Mr. Joe Edwards and his son, who lived
across tho Yadkin, in Davidson county,
weie hauling wood from a new ground.
Tho wind blew down a troe that fell on
both fathor and son. The boy was
killed and the father's injuries were of
touch a character that his recovery was
cou.Hidered very doubtful. Albemarle
Observer.
.... We notice goiug the rounds of the
State press an item stating that not a
pound of ice has been gathered in this
riiatw during tho past season. Whoever
Parted such a report is certainly not
well posted in such matters. Davidson
countyis nover caught napping. Con
siderable ice has been housed in this
community, but nothing like what will
U needed for homo consumption. Lex
ington Ledger.
Our townsman Will Cant well has
opened a school of stenography and tole
giaphy, two very important and essen
tia branches of business in the mercan
tile world. Mr. Cant well is an experi
enced instructor, being himself a skilled
operator and having ripe experience, as
he h is fitted for usefulness several young
men, who are now filling responsible po
sitions and receiving remunerative com
pensation.
,...D. M. Morrison, Esq., was over
In Montgomery county hist week, and he
ways that the mining fever is pretty high.
Lund anywhoro contiguous to the re
cently discovered mines has advanced
rapidly in price, and a good deal of real
estate changes hands everv week. He
told us of a watch and chain owned by
Tube Saunders which he had made from
gold taken from his mine. Tebe claims
to have gotten out the gold from which
the watch and chain are made In less
than ono minute. Mr. Morrison thinks
the result of tho approaching railroad in
Montgomery very doubtful, as some
prominent and influential cP zens are
Htrcnuously opposed to it. Ve hope,
however, that opponents the road
ill suffer defeat, for the good old coun
ty of Montgomery has already been in
the back woods too long. Rockingham
Rocket.
Having equipped our shop with new and
improved tools, we are prepared to do all
kinds of machine work in a flrat-class and
workman-like manner, and as cheap as first
cush work can be done anywhere.
Overhauling and repairing engines a specialty.
M8SUS. WOOD & PARK,
Btiing firat-class practical men themselves w
a sumcient guarantee.
GIVE THEM A TRIAL,.
inhll-ly 101 West St., ltaleigh, N. C.
TRUSTEE'S SALE
CARRIAGES
Ever offered in this market.
BFAUTIFUL DESIGNS
Trimmed in Silk Goods' Satin Russe,
vreionnea ana 1'iush. Faraaolsin
colors with blue edges.
WE OFFER CARRIAGES
At 7.82, worth
44 8.50 i4
44 9.62 44
41 10.10 44
44 10.20 44
" 13 12 44
I 44 15.10 44
44 15.87 44
44 16.12 44
44 18.22 44
44 18.72 44
44 1 9.62 i4
44 20.42 44
44 21.48 44
11.50
12.00
12-50
14.00
16 00
18.00
19.00
20.00
22.00
23.00
24.00
25 00
26.00
Richmond & Danville R. R. Go.
CONDENSED SCHEDULE.
In Effect Feb. 16th, 1890.
SOUTHBOUND.
DAILY.
NEW, HANDSOME AND STYLISH CLOTHING 1
CROSS & LINEMAN.
Call and get a Bargain.
THOMAS H. BRIGGS & SONS
No. 50. No. 52.
Lv. Richmond 3 00 p m 2 30 a m I
Burkville 5 00 pm 4 29 am
Keysvilie 5 41 p m 5 08 a m 1
Danville 8 40 pm 8 05 am
Ar. Greensboro .... 10 27 p m 942 am
Lv. Goldsboro 2 20 p m to 00 p m
Ar. Raleigh 4 40 pm 9 00 pm
Ly. Raleigh ! 4 45 p m 1 00 a m
Durham 5 48 pm 2 55am
Ar. Greensboro .... 8 20 pm 7 30am
Lv. Winston Salem t5 30 p m 615 am
" Greensboro . . . . 10 87 p m 9M am
Ar. Salisbury 12 26 a m 11 18 a m
" Statesville .... 1 49 a m 1209 pm
Asheville 7 22 a m 4 27 pm
Hot Springs ... 9 33 a m 6 15 p m
Lv. Salisbury 12 32 am 11 23 a m
Ar. Charlotte 2 05 am 12 40 p m
bpartaaburg. . . 4 51 a m 3 38 pm
. il? enville 5 56 am 4 46pm
Atlanta 1100 am 9 40 pm
Lv. Charlotte 220 am 100pm
Ar, Columbia 6 30 a m 5 10 p m
" Augusta I 10 30 a m 9 00 p m
A A W M.
iu raveuevuie Hlreei nolleman BniMU.
A new store with the newest and most jonvenient arrangement. A new tock ol
viuvmus auu iuruiBiuug gooas jwn oommg in. a new way of eelling by hav
ing the prices like the customers want them.
THESE ' ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE FACTS I
You will think of buying a Spring 8uit or Overcoat soon, and we want you to find where row
interest lies m buying. We ask you to visit orm store and see our stock. We can show
ana present tacts which cannot be properly stated in words. And these facta
are of interest to your pocket and also your personal appearanoe. Both
these are matters for your care and attention.
School Work
Norris fc Carter's
-WILL BE-
OUR GREAT SPECIALTY
-FOR THE
1SEXT NINETY DAYS.
HANDSOME DRESS FABRICS
At only a fraction above half price and many
eerly Spring Suitings at far below
the coat to import.
NEW PRESSES,
NEW TYPE,
FRESH. PAPER,
AND SKILLED WORKMEN.
tl.00 Suitings at only 32c.
50c., 75c, and
55o., and 75c.
$1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 t?ilk warp black and :
colored Henriettas at only 95c, $1 20 and $1.32.
$1.25 Black Hilks at only 95c.
$15.00 and $2,000 combination Suitn at onlv !
8.00.
White, cream, pink and blue Albatross at ;
15c, 55c, and 75c, reduced Iroru 05c, 85c, i
and $1.00.
12c, 20c, 30c, and 35c, fancy Satteena at
only 'Jo., 12c, 19c, and 25c. " j
hleant Silk Damaak CurUin Draperies at
75c, and $1 00, reduced Irom $1 10 and $1.50.
All wool Tricots, all colors, in 9 yard pat- '
terns for only $2. 75.
5G-inch all wool Broad-cloths at only 62c.
per yard.
rsumraer Sukh at oaiv 'ic
NORTHBOUND.
DAILY.
flgrEstimates furnished cn application.
Largest and best equipment in our line in
thu St&tG.
No. 51. No. 53.
Lv. Augusta 6 10 p m 8 50 a m
" Columbia 10 35 pm 12 50 pm
Ar. Charlotte 3 13 am 515 pm
Lv. Atlanta 6 00 p m 7 10 a m
Ar. Greenville 12 35 a m 1 48 p m
" Spartanburg. . . l 3a a m 2 52 p m
" Charlotte 4 25 am 5 30pm
" Salisbury 6 02 am 705pm
Lv. Hot Springs . . . ll 10 p m 12 25 p m
" Asheville 12 40 am 2 07 pm
" Statesville.. .. 5 02 am 6 06 pm
Ar. Salisbury 5 53 a m 6 50 p m
Lv. Salisbury j 6 07 a m 7 12 p m
Ar. Greensboro j 7 45 am 8 40pm
Ar. Winston-Salem Jll 40 a m tl2 30 am
Lv. Greensboro j 9 45 a m 11 00 p m
Ar. Durham i 12 01 p m 5 00 am
" Raleigh 1 05 p m 7 45 a m
Lv. Raltigh t... 1 05 p m f9 00 am
Ar. Goldsboro 3 00 pm 12 50pm
Lv. Greensboro 7 50 a m 8 50 p m
Ar. Danville 9 32 a m 10 20 p m
" Keysvilie 12 45 p m 1 50 a m
" Burkville 135pm 245 am
" Richmond 345 pm 5 15 a m
a . . .a
auu now, wnen you wins or Duying
. Kei
We can show what we cannot tell
CROSS &
remember we
member this.
invite you to consult yonr int!-..
LINHAN, Clothiers, RALEIGH, N. C.
HISTORY !
LAW!
PHILOSOPHY !
SCIENCE !
FICTION t
WIT!
i BOOKS!
SCHOOL BOOKS!
Sunday-School Books, Gift Books, Juvenile Books, Blank Bides.
-ANT OBDEB PROMPTLY FILLED Bl-
ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO.,
The North Carolina Book and Stationery Supply House.
BOOKS FOR BUSIIIESS0 BOOKS FOR FUN1
:o:
SPECIALTIES IN FANCY STATIONERY. COMPLETE BUSINESS OFFICII
OUTFITS OP BOOKS, PAPER, INKS, WAX, MUCILAGE, STANDS,
ERASERS AND EVERYTHING ELSE.
Visiting Cards and Gift and Memento Cards without limitation as to variety and beanty.
Complete catalogue free on application.
ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO.,
RALEIGH. N. a
MU STANDARD TIMER,
With All the Latest Improvement 1
The Highest Achievement p Ikvkstivb
And Mechanical Skill!
FOR FIFTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD !
EDWARDS & BKOUGHTON,
Printers, limdera and
Clank Eock Manufacturers,
Raleigh, N. C.
i
BETWEEN
Wast Point, Richmond and Raleigh.
Via Keysvilie, Oxford and Durham.
54 & 102
Every single article is a Kargniu and
mingle piece of (ioods must be
every
sold.
mch2C
UPCHURCH & NORRIS,
Trustee.
NORTH STATE
MUSIC COMPANY
if you want a Piano or Organ
eome to see us or drop no a pos
tal card.
We have the best -line of first
class goods in the market. We
will save you money.
V00
0 40
11 00
1 W)
2 05
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2 52
2 45
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3 2CI
3 35
3 50
35S
4
STATIONS.
a m
a ni
a m
P m
p m
p m
p m
p m
p m
p m
p m
p m
p m
Lv.West Point
Ar.. Richmond.
L v . . RicLm ond . . ..
" ..Bxirkeville..
" ...Keybviile..
" Fort Mitchell
" Finney Wood
" ..Chase wood.
" ..Five Forks..
" ..Clarksville.
" Soudan...
" ... Bullock's. .
" ...Stovall's...
Ar Oxford
400
5 15
5 45
p rn
p in
p in
4 22 pm
4 45 pm
4 5a p m
5 17 p m
5 36 p m
fi 39 p m
TOO pm
Lv Oxford Ar
Ar . . . Dabney .... Lv
" ..Henderson.. "
Lv..
Ar..
. .Oxford ..
..Stem's...
..Lyon's...
.Holloway.
.Durham. .
...Carey...
.Raleigh. .
I
j 55 & 103
Ar 6 10 p m
Lv i t4 45 p m 1
A.rj 4 40 p m j
" ! 2 45 p m j
' I 2 00 pm
" i 12 58 p m
" 12 47 p m
" ; 12 0 p m
41 ! 12 10 p m
" i 11 55 a m
" 11 40 a m
" 1124 am
" 11 15 am
Lv 10 4 am
J000 a m
925 am
8 55 am
Ar 10 46 a m
Lv 10 16 am
" 10 09 am
" 9 43 am
9 25 am
" 8 33 am
Lv 815 am
William Easdale, DeaiiEb,
Ralkigh, N. C.
Jno. U. Cwlpeppeb,
Richmond, Va.
SPRING AND SUMMER
MILLINERY
HIGH NOVELTIES IN TRIMMED
AND UNTRIMMED GOODS.
jar-Considering the high quali
ity of our goods and our intensely
low prices, we cannot sell on $5.00
per month, but we will on good
or for cash at unheard of
rictiB.
Guitars and all qualities musi
cal instruments.
C. G. STONE,
Now for the Biggest Fish
Story of the Season.
Don't AH Speak at Once.
Bear in mind we have a full Btock of
seasonable Clothing, Hats,
Shoes, Ac,
At Low IPi'ices.
Ill FayattoviUe 8t.
IUleiom, N. C.
CLOTHIERS SHATTERS
tDaily except Sunday. Daily. Daily
except Monday.
Additional train leaves Oxford daily
except Sundayll.OO a. m., arrive Hender
son lz.vo p. in., returning leave Hender
son 2.10 p. in. daily except Sunday, arrive
Oxford 3.15 p. m.
No. 50 leaving Goldsboro 2 20 p m. and
Raleigh 4 45 p. m daily nia-.es connection
at Durham with No. 19, leaving at 6.00 p.
m. daily, except Sunday for Oxford, Hen
deTson, and all points on O. & H., O. & C,
and R. & M. Rends.
Passenger coaches run through between
West Point and Raleigh via Keysvilie,
on Nos 54 and 103, and 55 and 103.
Nos. 51 and 53 connect at Richmond
from and to West Point and Baltimore
daily except Sunday.
.Nos. 50 and 51 connect at Ooldsboro
with trains to and from Morehead City
and Wilmington, and at Selma to and
from Fayettevllle.
JN o o2 connects at tireensboro tor Fay
ettevllle.
No. 53 connects at Selma for Wilson,
N. C
Nos. 50 and 51 make close connection at
University St"-lla wku trains to and
from Chapel Hill, except Sundays.
A
full line of Children' Hats ut all
Prices.
EASTER DISPLAY
OF
Fine - Millinery!
The flneat assortment of
Choice Pattern Hats
Ever exhibited will be found at 911 Fij
etteville street
We are also showing some choice styles
of Lace Straw, Neapolitan and Leghorn
shapes. . : . ; .
Flowers, Ribbons and Laces in endless
variety.
A beautiful selection of Midse' and
Children's School Hats.
A rare bargain No. 18 Fancy Satin
and Gauze Ribbon at 10c. a yard, worth
20 cents.
The ladies are cordially invited to call
on us before purchasing, as we take
great pleasure in showing our goods.
New York Millinery Bazaar
No. 211 Fayette ville Street.
Novelties in Ribbons, Flowers, Feath
ers and all Millinery Materials.
Orders from a distance will receive
prompt attention.
Prices reasonable and satisfaction guar
anteed at
Miss Maggie Rhkse's,
209 Fayetteville 8t.
JAMES MoKIMMON & CO.,
JAMES MoKIMMON & CO.,
133 Pavettkviixk Stbeet asd 5 Haeohtt 8t
I
I
We are sales agente for lee from the Raleigh
Ice Factory and are now readv to fill orders
at wholesale and retail, from five lbs. to one
hundred tons of beat quality and at low rate.
JONES St, POWELL.
We have purchased the livery and sale sta
bles owned by O. W. Wynne, and enlarged Uio
outfit with some fine Horses, Buggies,
which are for hire to responsible and careful
people at reasonable rates.
-BUY
-BUY
THE
THE
BEST-BEST-
1 Have just returned trow the North
ern Markets with the largest and
best assortment of Imported SPttlrtC;
AND SUMMER SUITINGS ever otter
ed in the city of Raleigh. My terms
are CASH, which will enable me o
J. R. FERRALL & C
FRESH AND RELIABLE
GROCERIES,
I'Z'i Fayettevllle Street.
well these goods at astonishingly low
figures. Come early and make your
selection before my Stock has been
picked over.
Pleasure taken in Showing Stock and
explaining how an elegant and satis
factory ontfit can be had at small cost.
1. WINETROB,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
114 Fayetteville St.
THE VICTOR TYPE-WRITER
Has eighty characters. Excels in quality of j
work. Verv simple, easy to learn. j
The best Type-writer for the money. j
Price $15.00 Only.
Sample of actual work sent on application.
WILLIAM EASDALE, Dealer,
Kaleigh, N. O.
Evaporated California Apricots,
Peaches, Prunes, Raspberries, ice,
N. C. Dried Apples and Peaches.
New York Medium Beans.
California Dried Lima Beau?.
Imported Parmesian Cheese, grated for
Macaroni.
Edam and Pine-apple Cheese.
Tarbell Cheese.
Hazard's Strawberry Tomato Ketchup,
best in the world.
SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE.
On Trains 50 and 51, Pullman Buffet
Sleeper between Atlanta and New York,
Danville and Augusta, ana ureensioro,
via Abbeville to Morrislown, Tenn.
On 52 and 53. Pullman Buffet Sleeper
between Washington and New Orleans
via Montgomery, and between Washing
ton and U.rmiognani, Kicumond and
Grteensboro, Raleigh and Greensboro, ai.d
between Washington and Augusta, and
Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Wash
ington and Asheville and Hot Springs.
Through Tickets on sale at principal
Stations to all points.
For rates, local and through time
tables apply to any agent of the company,
or to
SOL HAAS, JAS. L. TAYLOR,
Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
W . A. TU UK, Div. Pass. Agent,
RALEIGH, N. C
-THE CELEBRATED
We Have Just Keceived a Fall Lin of
PETEB HTOTOEBflON'S
G ATTEX SEUD GARDEN SEED
PURITAN POTATOES -ONION
SETS
BOARDING.
As we buy feed La large lota from first bauds
at lowest cash prices, we are prepared to
board stock on the best the country affords at
rock bottom prices, and guarantee good attention.
Those wishing to to purchase bores ax
solicited to call on Mr. Holder; our UupwLo
tendent, at Wynne's old stand.
Telephones. Stables No. 95, Htore No.
Wood, Coal and Lumber Yard Wo. 71.
JONES & POWELL.
DURHAM & NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Sunday, March 2d, 1800.
-Everything Pertaining to the Garden
-JAMES MoKIMMON & CO.
JAMES MoKIMMON & OO.-
PANACEA
ANACEA
WATER
YY ATER
AVb lately a Wonder in Curing Stomach,
Bowel, Kidney, Livr and Cutaneous
Affections.
A Mt del Appetizer, Tonic and Blood Purifier.
Plxasant ! Hairless 1 Reliable !
liecooamended by eminent physicians and
er dorsed by many distinguished gentle
men for its rare and extraordinary
efficacy.
Nobth Carolina
BUILDING AND X OAN A 880CIATION
Tm ding and Juo an Association
Raleigh Branch.
S. B. Beocghtos, President.
Geo. W. THOirpsoy, Sec'y and Treae.
J. N. Holding, Attorney.
A P ume Institution. Loans on Heal Estate
i Low Bate of Interest. The same
Dividends paid to every
shareholder.
DIRECTORS.
Smoked Salmon.
Yarmouth Bloaters.
Boneless Cream Codfish and Fine
Mackerel.
Fir 1 ss for Children and Adults,
and be convinced.
FOR SALE BY-
Try
New Catch N. C. Roe and Cut
Herrings.
Ktn' & McGee, Robert SnrrsoN and
McKniMoN.
If j our druggiat does not Leep it, send $4.00
for t ?ise F. u. B. to
John A Wiltjams,
Oxford, N. C
Hed Agenev for U. 8. A. 2-10-3t
N. B. Broughton,
Frank Stronach,
Philip Taylor,
L. R. Wyatt,
J. 0 Drewry,
Edgar G. Leach,
T. iJ. Crowder,
7 . B. Yancey,
J. D. Boushall,
W. H. Hughes
Trains Dally Except Sunday
TRAINS MOVING NORTH.
BTATIOK8.
Pass'gr. j l'aas'gr.
Lv Durham 5 20 p m ilO 35 a m
" Bennehan ! 6 04 p mjll 10 a in
" Creedmoor ' 6 32 p m 11 32 a m
" Hester i 6 58 p m'll 42 a in
" Tar Biver i 7 18 p mill VI a n.
" Clag ' 7 40 p m!l27 p m
" Watkins 8 03 p ml2 24 p m
Ar Henderson i 8 30 p ml 12 45 p m
TRAINS MOVING SOUTH.
STATIONS.
Pass'gr. I Paau'ifT.
Lv Henderson 2 10 p m
" Clag i 3 01 p m'
" Tar Biver ' 318 p mi
" Hester i'329 p m:
" Creedmoor 3 40 p m
" Bennehan ...j 8 53 p m,
Ar Durham 4 30 p m j
600 I m
633 aui
7 02 a m
728 im
7 52 a iu
8 17 a m
840 a m
930 a m
WM. MONCURK. Snp't.
W. T. PAYNE, ypEciAL Agent.
Omce with J. N. Holding.
lost:
Between the Centennial Graded Bchoul and
401 Blount street, a Microscope. The finder
will please return to the Qk&oxiclt. Omce.
WONDERFUL OFFER! If you wat to
learn the eeeret of making the Bet
Laundry and Toilet Soap for 2 ceats a pound,
now is your chanee. For 40 cents we will
send you the recipe for making tbe best soap
you over used and The Carthage Blade for 3
monthe, or the recipe alone for 25 cents. This
is no humbug, and satisfaction is guaranteed
or 'money refunded.
Address, Tsx BuJ,
tf Carthage. N. C.
For Bent !
The store, No. 216 Fayetterftio street. For
merly occupied by J. L. Stone as a - farnitnrs
and musie store.' Possession given imme
diately. For terms apply to Win. B. Qnmsf
or P. J. Haywood

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