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THE PINE TREE.
BY T. It. l'lUTClIAltlJ, D. D. NO. 1. Special Cor. of State Chuomcle. I tako my hat off and bow with pro found respect to the Pino Tree for of all the products of the forest which have con ferred such incalculable blessings upon man, none has proved so great a benefit as this noblo tree. Wilmington may still claim to bo "The City of the Pine," for while it has lost Its pro-enineneo as the seat of the na val etcra trado of the world, that dis tinction having paused first to Charles ton and then to Savannah where it re mains for the present, this city has discovered other and more interesting uses of this tiee.which have not beeuije Yeloped in any other place not. to mention her large and profitable lumber trade, and tha exquisite finish which tho pine, especially curled pine, gives to the in terior of a house. I wish to speak in this article of the Acme Manufacturing Company aud its wonderful inventions in tho use of pine Rtraw, reserving for an otherJJ a description of the process by which wood i'kesote is distilled from tho pine and applied fur the preserva tion of wood from the effects of the at mosphtrj und the destructive insects of the Bta. About seven ers ago a company was formed, cot-sisliiit' mainly of tuterpn: inp: ireutleTeu of Wilmington, who pur chased aliui 2,500 acres of land in New llanovtr county, some seven miles from the city, on tho Carolina Central rail road, which was named "Cronly," after one of the company. : The Tine Fibre. Gilchrist, of Wilmmgton, ana air. Frank, of Columbus, Miss., are the re maining members or the uoara. I do not know tne exact conaiuou 01 thft factorv now. but some time since they worked about fifty hands, one-half of whom were white boys and girls; the daily output was about 2,000 yards, in- '. . . . m a rrf volving tne consumption or io,uuu pounds of green pme straw. : Since beginning tnis arucie i nave learned that in Germany a medicated clothing is prepared from a solution ob tained by billing p'.ne leaves, wnicn is said to b3 good for consumption and rheumatism, and tha Pi. -us Leaf Extract and Pine Leaf 0 1 ate exported from that country, selling in this country at 10 and $17 pr gallon. I have also learned that while much credit is due Mr. Scott for his remarkable inventions of machinery suited to develop this in- i r a. dustry, the original conception nrsicame into tho brain of Mr. W. H. Latimer, and that to him more than any one else is due the honor of this new and very important application of a product hith erto regarded as worthless. pah spii m. Cold Weatheb Commences, Coat Youb Walls and Ceilings With -.AIMSTINE:-- DESTROYS ALL DISEASE GERMS AND BRIGHTENS UP YOUR HOMES. TliousandMof Pounds Have Ueen Sold in thin Market. t Ni one ever dreamed of putting the straw to mt exempt in making a rather poor article of manure till A. F .Scott invented a process by which a fa brio ia made which has be en brought into .successful. competition with the produc tions of jute, cocoa and lUx This pro css I will now attempt to describe. The green straw which abounds every where n the surroundii g country is purchased at fifteen cents per hundred pounds. It is first weighed and then upread upon a Uoor to bo cleaned aud to keep it from heating. It is then put Into Iron cylinders, in which tho straw is steamed, tho vapor going through pipts into an ordinary distilling room in another houo. Here it is condensed, and a fine oil U tho result, a hundred pounds of fctraw yielding about a half gallon of oil. This oil is highly antisep tic and is valuable for surgical and med icinal purposes, being used as well for internal and external applications. After tho oil has been extracted the piuo straw which ius now become a beautiful black in color, ia placed in iron vats, capable of holding three or four thousand pound;", each. It is hero mix ed with water and alkiili, and thorough ly boiled, this process being necessary to k remove the fciltea which forms tho out side covering of the leaf. The boiling process continues for about twelve homs, after which it is soaked for forty-eight hours, and is then ready for being cut up. Tho straw taken from the vats and still damp is first put into what ia c ilh-lt "rubber," an inven tion of Mr. Scott," which consists of a seties of cylindrical screws, by which tho straw is conveittd into a fibre of a dark ' brown color and soft texture. Up to this time it has been kept wet, but it is now conveyed to the wringing and break ing machiue, where the water is squeezed out and tho straw is curled. Thenca it ia taken to tho carding machine; then to the dyeing machine, after which it is put up in bales, ready for market. The fibre is packed in bales of 225 pounds each. It brings from 3i to cents per pound, according to quality, and is used for tho manufacture of carpets, matting, cushions, aud is also valuable for dress ing wounds. A prominent physician of Wilmington says of it: "The fibre made of pine straw is a most valuable agent in the troatment of simple and compound fracture, surgical dressing after opera tions and suppuration of wouuds. It Is superior to cotton batting, lint or oakum. Its aromatic odor drives awy flies and prevents maggots from burrow ing in wounds, and 1 think is a disin fectant of the first order." Carpet .Making. Tho carpet mill is in a different build ing. Again, the fibre, after being dried, is put through a carder and cleaned and comts out in the shape of what is called "slivers," about three inches wide, and this is the first time the fibre looks like yarn. These slivers are caught in cars and then go through a drawing frame, whero four Olivers are converted into one a second drawing frame turns two of them into one, etc. Next it is taken to a weaving framo and emergos in the shapo of courso yarn and is wound upon spools, mot Having been spun and twisted, it is taken to tho loom and made Into carpets. The natural color of tho pine straw vara is a rich dark brown, which when bleached becomes of a creamy color. Stripes of green, blue, yellow and red are woveu into the patterns. The mat ting is made to imitate the finer grades of cocoa so perfectly that were it not for the aromatic odor, which is one of the best qualities of the pino carpet, it would bo dilhcult to tell one from tho other. Pine Fiber Ragging. Hardly had tho above rosults been ob tained by this new enterprise than the revolt among the farmers against tho jute combine turned tho energies of the company in a different direction, for Mr. William Latimer, tho leading member of the firm, conceived tho idea that from uoiw ui iuu pine couta oo made a material that would tako the place of jure Das?gtug and at a lower price. Tho nccessaty changes were quickly made in tne machinery and tho manufacture of toe new cotton bagging was begun at tho rate of 10,000 yards POT week, whon a disastrous lire occurred which burned tho nocr mill to the ground. All the ft . ber-makicg machinery,tho result of years ui lauor wuii experiment, was destroyed ana not een a model or a pattern was leit oy wnicn it could be replaced. unuismayed by this calamity, the company resolved to rebuild, and in three months' timo the factory had arisen irora its ruins with greatly improved uiHcuiuery. .Binding tho enterprise had become too largo for a few persons to manage, Mr. Latimer induced a number of cani- tallsts from this State and the North to crjjanizo a company with an authorized i capital or a million of dollars. V, -.W. II. Latimer, of Wilmington, was cted president of the new comtmnv? K. Thornton, of Atlanta, Ga., vice sident; O. II. Smith, of Wilmington, "ptary and treasurer, while William (SI IT IS NO EXPERIMENT, BUT HAS liEKN PROVEN TO BE ALL WE CLAIM FOR IT. Send (or Circular and -of Sample Card 12 BEAUTIFUL TINTS. & !. IB I IS, Raleigfi, N. O. The Crowning Glory of the Many Wonderful Resour ces ol North Carolina. AN UNSURPASSED TONIC, APPE TiZER AND BLOOD PURI FIER. A SURE CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC DIaRRHOEv, SCROFULA, ECZEMA, AND SOME KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLES. CURES PEOPLE AT OR AWAY FROM THE SPRINGS. HIGHLY ENDORSED BY EMINENT PHYSICIANS. If You Can't Buy lrom Your Druggist, Address PANACEA SPRINGS CO., sepU tf Oxford, N. C. A Drive in Cigars. Five thousand R. C. Brown (Straiton and Storm) all Havana Cigars. Boxes of fifty one dollar and seventy five cents per box. An elegant smoke, and much below the value of the goods. Eberhardt & Pgscun. Stock's Queen. Having secured the control of this fine brand of Michigan Flour, large invoice of which we have just received. To those who have used it, it needs no reoommen dation. Eberhardt & Pescud. -;t MM FALL. TltADE - - 1890. J.J. THOMAS & GO., RALEIGH, N. C, General Commission Merchants, Grocers and Cotton Sellers, Have in store and to arrive 10,000 yda. 2,l lb. second-hand bagging, 50 vd. rolls. 5,000 " 2 " Bagging Cloth, 30 yd bdls ;,O0O " 2k' " New liaggmg, 50 "rolls 5,000 2 " " " 50 " ' :i,000 " " " " 30 " " 1 ,500 Bundles New Arrow Ties. 1 ,000 " Whole and Pieced Ties, liaereing for sheets, Bagging Twine; also Meat, Meal, Corn, Flour, Bran, Hay, Sugar, Coffee, &c , all of which we oiler upon very best terms. As a COITUS JUAHJtEJ Baleigh excels all. Her Compress and nu merous buyers here for foreign shipment and State spinners, gives us good demand at all tim8. We oiler our jo years experience as sellers to those who wish to sell upon arrival and those who wish to hold for higher prices, will, where desired, make liberal cash ad vances upon bills of lading or cotton in store. Low rates ol interest and storage charges. J. J. THOMAS fc CO., Cotton Sellers, BepU-D&VY3mos Raleigh, N. O. The "Boss." 0. D. Boss & Son's Lunch Milk Bis cuit, the best of all plain crackers. Re tail fifteen cents. Close figures to the trade. Eberhardt & Pescud. RAILROAD SCHEDULES. Richmond & Danville R. R. Go. CONDENSED SCHEDULE. Ill Effect Aug. 31st, 1890. SOUTH BOUND. Daily. Xo. 50. No. 5 2. Lv. Richmond 3 00 p m 2 30am Ar. Greensboro 10 27 p m 9 4iam Lv. Goldsboro 2 40 p in t8 CO p m Ar. Raleigh 4 40 p m 11 50 p m Lv. Raleigh 4 45 p m U0am Lv. Durham 513pm 2 55 a m Ar. Greensboro b 20 p m 7 10am Lv. vmston-Sal2m. 6o5nm 630am Lv. Greensboro 10 37 p m 9 50 a m Ar. Salisbury 12 26 a m 11 19 a m Ar. Statesville l49am 12 08 pm ' Asheville 7 22am 4 22pm 4 Hot Springs 9 34 a m 5 55 p m Lv. Salisbury 12 32am H24am Ar. Charlotte 2C5am 12 40pm " Atlanta 1100am 940pm Lv. Charlotte 2 20 a m 1 00 p m Ar. Augusta 10 20 a m 9 07 p m NOr.TH BOUND. Daily. No. 51. Xo. 53. Lv. Augusta e 30 p m 8 00 a m Ar. Charlotte 3 13 am 4 50pm Lv. Atlanta 6 00 p m 7 10 a m Ar. Charlotte 425am 5 30pm Ar. Salisbury 6 02 a m 7 05 p m Lv. Hot Springs 11 10 p m 12 24 p m " Asheville 12 40 am 3 02pm " Statesville 5 02am 5 33 p m Ar. Salisbury 5 53 a m 6 4'3 p m Lv. Salisbury 6 07 a m 7 12 p m Ar. Greensboro 7 47 a m 8 40 p m Ar. Winston-Salem. . 11 25 a m 11 47 p m Lv. Greensboro 7 55 a m 3 50 p m Ar. Richmond 315pm 455am Lv. Greensboro 9 50 a m 11 15 p m Ar. Durham 12 02 p m 5 00 a m " Raleigh 105 pm 735am Lv. Raleigh i 10 p m 9 00 a m Ar. Goldsboro 2 55 p m 12 40 p m Lv. Raleigh 9 00 a m Ar. Selma 11 00 a m " Wilson 12 10 am Lv. Wilson . 12 38 p m Ar. Rocky Mount. . . i 17 p m Dftily. tDaily except Sunday. CROSS BETWEEN West Point, Richmond and Raleigh, Via Keysville, Oxford and Durham. 3c I-iIISrEXIiT. NEW GO&DS ARRIVING DAILY. WE WILL SHOW XOW IX A FEW DAYS ONE OF THE NICEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF AND WINTER EVER BROUGHT WW TO THIS PLOTHING lUJ market, INCLUDING ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS Hats and AND STYLES. Furnishing Goods Department pay you to inspect our COMPLE TE. New lot of FALL NECKWEAR just opened. It will stock. Lowest Prices Guarantepd. CROSS & LINEHAX, Holleman Building, - - 210 Fayetteville St. G- Hi .A. a- o w, :o: ' inuuAiSDEST ENTERPRISE OF THE ZSTE"W" SOUTH. :o:- ofc EltAIi IS AND LA HUE INDUSTRIES :o. AND FIFTY HOUSES TO :o: OVER ONE HUNDRED uvv IS THE TIME FOR SAFE INVESTMENT, RETURNS. DAVID FUNSTEN & CO., Real Estate and Stock Bbokeks q 5311 notified in advance, we will meet parties at any "train. JUST SECURED. BE BUILT AT ONCE. AND QUICK AND LARGE, LASOW, Va. aug31-3in) HISTORY ! LAW I U & 102 STATIONS. 55 & 103 1F7 50 9 15 moo 100 2 05 2 42 3 15 4 04 am Lv.. West Point. .Ar 6 00pm a m Ar.. Richmond.... Lv t4 38 p m a m Lv... Richmond.. .Ar 4 30 p m p m p m p m p m P m .Burkeville.. " ...Keysville.. " ..Chase City.. " ..Clarksville . Ar Oxford... a p m 1 01 p m 12 24 p m 11 51 a m ,Lvll 02 am (i it Ball's is more than com fortable ; it is shapely, natural, has the grace of nature ; more than that, it preserves the bounty of nature. But get the primer Your merchant has it. The seller will tell you "Wear this corset a week, or two, or three, and bring it back if you'd rather have your money again." Of course it is better than money, w. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. BE INTIME. TURNER'S 4 25 p m 525 p m Lv Oxford .. " ..Henderson., Ar 10 15 a m Lr 9 15 a m 4 09 p m 6 47 p m Lv., Ar., .Oxford.. .Raleigh. .Ar .Lv 10 57 am S15am tDaily except Sunday. Daily. TIDaily except Monday. Additional train leaves Oxford daily except Sunday 11.10 p. m., arrive Hender son 12.10 p. m., returning leave Hender son 2.30 p. m. daily except Sunday, arrive Oxford 3.30 p. m. No. 50 leaving Goldsboro 2.40 p m. and Raleigh 4 45 p. m. daily makes connection at Durham with No. 19, leaving at 6.05 p. m. daily, except Sunday for Oxford, Hen derson, and all points on O. & H., O. & O, and R. & M. Roads. Passenger coaches run through between West Point and Raleigh via Keysville, on Nos. 54 and 103, and 55 and 103. Nos. 51 and 53 connect at Hichmond from and to West Point and Baltimore daily except Sunday. SOL 1IAAS, JAS. L. TAYLOR, Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent. . W . A. Tl UK, Div. Pass. Agent, RALEIGH, N. C. BOOKS PHILOSOPHY ! SCIENCE ! I FICTION 1 WIT! I SCHOOL BOOKS! Sunday-School Books, Gift Books, Juvenile Books, Blank Books. -ANY ORDER PROMPTLY FELLED BY- ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., The North Carolina Book and Stationery Supply House. -:o:- BOOKS FOR BUSINESS! BOOKS FOR FUN ! -:o:- SPECIALTIES IN FANCY STATIONERY. COMPLETE BUSINESS OFFICE OUTFITS OF BOOKS, PAPER, INKS, WAX, MUCILAGE, STANDS, ERASERS AND EVERYTHING ELSE. Visiting Carda and Gift and Memento Cards without limitation as to variety and beauty Complete catalogue free on application. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., RvLEIGH, N. O. HWVlT HOTEL, Bryson City, Swain Co., N. C. with all Modern Improve- the best Phone 28- -16 Hargett Bt D. T. JOHNSON, Agt, The Old Iieliable-51th Year of Publication. WHOLESALE Commission Merchant NOW IN STOUE ON CONSIGNMENT: -A FINE LOT :;, c, cut and m mum In white pine barrels. 230 (Gallons Strictly Pure Country Ciur. It pleases all who try it: 40e. gallon; 10 gal lons at 30c. CONSIGNMENTS OF WESTERN N. G. APPLES, POTATOES, ONIONS, CABBAGE, CHICKENS, EGGS, &c, &C, Received almost dailv. Orders Filled at Lowest Cash Prices. We announce that we shall publish Tun neb's N. C. Almanac for 1891 about the tirst of October next. It will be the 51th edition. I he popularity and usefulness of this Fire side Companion makes it salable everywhere. We furnish lor distribution Circulars with your imprint on them, and Show Bills with the Almanac to all dealers buying Half Gross or more. One of the cheapest and best modes of ad vertising to the merchant is his Business Card or address to customers on the out side page ot the Almanac, where it is seen by all for a year, and which we will get up and supply free to all who buy as much as a half gross or more. Prices of Almanacs. PER THOUSAND $4000 PER GROSS 8J00 PER HALF GROSS 4 50 PER HUNDRED 5 75 PER DOZEN 75 There is a profit of nearly one hundred per cent, and nothing sells taster with such little risk. Read the following unsolicited comirenda- tions of the Almanac from some of the lead ing newspapers of the State. TEollMU W I ALm3. Turner's N. C. Almanac is a fixed in stitution of the State. Wilson Advance. Turner's N. C Almanac is invaluable to our State. TAsheviile Citizen. Turner s N. C. Almanac is the most re liable we know of .Roanoke News. Turner's N. C. Almanac: No other to compete with it. Carolina Watchman. Turner's N. u. Almanac is a ravorite of North Carolina, North State Press. Turner's N. C. Almanac Is an indispen sable manual. Eliz. City Economist. Turner's N. C. Almanac is tne most complete and reliable. Biblical Recorder. Turner's N. C. Almanac is what an Al manac should be.- Wilmington Star. Send m your orders at once. JAS. H.ENNISS, Publisher, septl2-DeodWlmo Raleigh, N C. CAPE FEAR & YADKIN VALLEY RAILWAY COMPANY. CONDENSED SCHEDULE. In effect August 18th, 1890. KOKTH BOUND. No. 1. No. 3. No. 15. Daily ex Daily ex Dailv ex Sunday. Sunday. Sunday. Lv Wilmington. 9 00 a m Ar Fayetteville. 12 25 p m Lv Favetteville.12 50 p m LvSanford 2 22 p m Ar Greensboro. 500pm , Lv Greensboro. 5 10 p m , Lv Walnut Cove 6 32 p m Ar Mt Airy 8 25 p m Lv Bennettsville 8 20 am Ar Maxton 9 35 a m Lv Maxton !) 45 a m Ar Fayetteville 11 45 a m Lv Ramseur (J 50 a m Ar Greensboro 9 25am Lv Greensboro 10 10 a m Ar Madison 12 30 p m SOUTH BOUND. No. 2. No. 4. No. 16. Daily ex Daily ex Daily ex Sunday. Sunday. Sunday. 6 00 a m 9 20 a m 9 50 a m , A New House, ments. Centrally located, and is one of Hotels in Western North Carolina. Headquarters for Tourists and Sportsmen. Hunting and Fishing near Bryson City ex cellent. Best Accommodations for Commercial Trav ellers. GEO. W. BLACK BURN. Proprietor. M M M ? School Work -WILL BE augl8-tf TEEEELL & MOSELEY, Commission Merchants, HEAVY AND FANCY 203 Fayetteville St., Ralei2h,N.C. STOLEN KISSES is the name of anew brand of chewing tobacco for which we are sole agents ip Ilaleigh. TERRELL & MOSELEY. LvMt. Airy... Ar Greensboro . Lv Greensboro Lv Saniord 1219 pm Ar Fayetteville. 150pm Lv Fayetteville. 2 15pm Ar Wilmington. 5 45 p m JV X itytHMSVlliU OOU p Ul Ar Maxton 5 20 p m Lv Maxton 5 30 p m Ar Bennettsville G 45 p m Lv Madison 1 20 p m Ar Greensboro 3 30 p ni LiV Greensborr. Jpra Ar Ramseur...! G 50 p m W. E. KYLE, Gen'l Passenger Agent. J. W. FRY, Gen'l Manager. MULLETS--We received tho first ship ment of new mullets yesterday. TERRELL & MOSELEY. PRODUCE We handle all kinds of country produce on commission. Conaign- solicited. TERRELL & MOSELEY. jnel7-tf PRETTY FURNITURE MAKES COSY HOMES ! -MY FALL STOCK- OF STAPLE, FANCY AND HEAVY GROCERIES AKIUVIKG DAILY. Auction Sales of Valuable Farming Lands. LOWEST PRICES. FREE DELIVERY. Quick sales and prompt returns guaranteed on all consignments. Correspondence from ehippors solicited. Phone 28. D. T. JOHNSON. Ag't. A $25,00O FARM. NORTH ONE OF THE BEST IN CAROLINA. Seven Hundred aud Filty (750) Acres For Sale by J NO. A. WILLIAMS, Real Estate Agent, Oxford, N. C. By virtue of power conferred on me by three several mortgage deeds, executed by Hackney S. Liles and Lucy Liles, which are duly re corded in Registry of Wake county, in Book No. 60, at page 355; Book Ne. 79, at page 175, and Book No. 110. at page 647, respectively, I will offer for sale, to the highest bidder for cash, at the court house door at the city of Raleigh, N. C, on Monday, Oct. G, 1890, at 12 O'clock M, Two tracts of land, lying in St. Marv's town ship. Wake countv. N. C. at the confluence ot Neuse river and Poplar creek; one tract being the residence tract ot the late H. S. .Lues, con taming One Hundred and Eleven Acres, more or less: the other being known as the Sam Idles place, and containing Seventy-two and One-halt Acres, more or less. B. F. MONTAGUE, Mortgagee. Raleigh, Sept. 3, 1890. (septo-tds) GOOD REASONS Sale. at f 00 per and a halt Land for Six hundred and fifty acres acre. Two hundred and forty-nine (249K) acres at S8.00 per acre. Two hundred and nine (209) acres at $10.00 per acre. All the above tracts are within one to two miles of Richmond & Danaille Railroad sta tions. For particulars, address JNO. A. WILLIAMS, f Real Estate Agent, sei)t7-tf Oxford, N.C. For Patronizing the Moseley House. 1 I am pleasantly located, near all that ia of interest and on the main street, where all the elite of the citv pass, and opposite the large dry goods house of W. H. & R. 8. Tucker & Co. 2 I find everything neat and clean at the Moseley House, and teel as if at home, for they make me so. 3 I find the Dining Hall for Ladies ana Gentlemen well cared for and as pleasant as any seaside resort no flies, and the Rotating Fly Fans keep one cool and pleasant, while J can enjoy one of the good meals you canal ways get at the Moseley House for 50 cenis, 4 An enterprise that the travelling public should appreciate and patronize ia the Mose ley uouae. uiiyn- COSY HOMES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE I OUR GREAT SPECIALTY -FOR THE- NEXT NINETY DAYS. NEW PRESSES, NEW TYPE FRESH PAPER, AEiD SKILLED WORKMEN. T Estimates furnished on application. Largest and best equipment in our line in he State. EDWARDS & BROUGHTON, Printers, Binders and Blank Book Manufacturers, Raleigh, N. O. COLIN M. HAWKINS & CO., INVESTMENT BEOKEES, 331 FAYETTEVILLE ST., Raleigh, N. C. WE BUY and SELL on COMMISSION RAIiEIQH AND AUGUSTA AlR-LiUNtt 7 v eflV :t Sunday, Sept 7th, 1890. R.R -AJO- Le'v GOING SOUTH. No. 43. Passenger & Mail. Raleigh, 9 00 am Gary, 9 17 Merry Oaks. . 9 55 Moncure, 10 07 Banford 10 35 Cameron, 11 03 p m South'n Pines 11 36 Ar'ive Elamlet 12 45 Leave " 115 pm Ghio, 1 34 Arrir fUbaop 150 pm GOING NORTH. NO. 36. Passenger & Mail. No. 25. Freight & Passenger 6 00 pm 6 40 8 20 8 39 9 22 10 13 11 06 1 00 am No. 26. Freight A Passenger A.G. RHODES & COMPANY Are making people happy every day by the' liberal terms thev oner on all tmaa ot FURNITURE1 Fancy Chairs I Hall Racks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything! Ghio,. Leave " . Southern Pines Cary,. 2 53 3 10 3 30 4 45 am 4 29 6 38 5 01 7 30 5 30 8 16 5 57 9 02 6 10 9 21 6 50 10 25 7 10 am 10 50 am Chamber Suite, complete, in great variety Broken Suite provided if desired, CARTHAGE RAILROAD. Leave Carthage 7:45 a. m. and 2:35 p m. Arrive Cameron 8:25 a. m. and 3:10 p. m. Leave Cameron 11:45 a. m. and 4 53 p. m Arrive Carthare 12:20 a. m. and 5:3a p. m. PITTSBORO ROAD. No. 35. No. 26. Leaie Pittsboro 4.45 p. m. 8 05 a m Arrive Moncure 5:30 p.m. 8 50 a m No. 25. Xo. 36. Leave Moncufe 8:45 p.m. 10 15 a m Arri. Pittsboro y:30 p.m.. 11 00 a m J. C. WINDER, Gen'l Manager. L. T. MYERS, Gen'l Supt. WM. SMITH, Supt We will accommodate you and please you you will let us, We have too manv things to talk about. Come and see them I It will be like going to a fair. A. G. RHODES & CO., No. 9 E. Martin St. No. 10 Exchange Place. FOR SA Three good Milch Cows, young and healthy; will trade for dry stock. Can be seen at the Lot, 114 E. Davie street. GEO. L. TONNOFFSKI, Or ED. M. SORRELL, Bepl2-tf Cattle Dealers. THE CALIGRAPH" TYPE-WRITER. Greatest speed: best for manifolding: 100,- 000 daily users. Price $85.00. Machines rented to responsible parties and sold on in stallmenta. Our New Special No. 3 has recently been brought out to meet the demands ot those who require the best that can te produced Price $100.00. Has six additional commercial kevs, extra platon tor manifolding and other valuable improvement. For accounts of speed contests and circulars, address NEWMAN & SON, Gen'l Aq'ts, Washington, D. O. J. L. Seawell, Agt., Raleigh, N. C. Junl0-8m BONDS, ALL CLASSES OF STOCKS, AND COMMERCIAL PAPER. We devote special attention tion of to tho negotia- TOWNS, FOR CITIES, RAILWAYS and INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES. Careful attention given to the Invettment of funds for out-of-town inventors. july4-ev dv fr wk thn ev Sun JAMES JAMES MoKTMMON k MoKIMMON & CO. CO. 133 Fayetteville Street A5D 5 Hamett St -BUY -BUY THE THE BEST-BEST- We Have J tut Received a Full Line of PETEB FraDEBSON'S GARDEN SEED- GARDEN SEED PURITAN POTATOES ONION SETS Everything Pertaining to the Garden JAMES MoKIMMON & CO., JAMES MoKIMMON & CO., 7y