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STATE OHEOHICI.E, SATUEDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
PUBLIC SPEAKING.
1 T. J. Jarvis will address the peo
X - i tho issues of tbo campaign, at
tin f "owing times and places:
Lll.boro, Tuesday, Sept. SOth.
Toiboro, Wednesday, Oct. 1st.
Yaaceyville, Thursday, Oct. 2d.
Keidsville, Friday, Oct. 3d.
Walnut Cove, Saturday, Oct. 4th.
Winston, Monday, Oct. 6th.
. County chairmen will please advertise
liberally with hand-bills and otherwise,
some before speaking.
All Biziocnitic papers are requested
to mako Cbcso announcements,
rn ' ' Eii. Chambers Smith.
C-irman State Dem. Ex. Coui.
Ilea. IL A. Gudger will address the
peep! cz tho issues of the campaign, at
.tha"fc";.;ing times aud places :
Treat:, Tuesday, September SOth.
IIir:t"i, Wednesday, October 1st.
Czztj Hill, Thursday, October 2d.
Qzlliro, Friday, 3d.
IJc!v j, Saturday, October 4th.
County chairmen will please advertise
liberally with handbills and otherwise
before the speakings. All Democratic
papers tra requested to make these announcements.
- : t, Ed. Chambers Smith,
; V Obairman State Dem. Ex. Com.
0. B. Aycock, Esq., will address the
people upon the issues of the campaign
at Sanford, Friday October 3; Lillington,
Saturday October 4.
County chairmen are urped to a 1
vortlss liberally with handbills and
otherwise, and Democratic papers to
gWe publicity to these appointments.
" Ed. Chambers Smith.
Cbdrsirx' tftato Democratic Executive
Coacittfce.
Hon. Z. B. Vance will address the
porld ca the issues of the campaign at
the fclloTrlr-y times and placos :
.Bryrr City, Friday, October 3d.
Wctitcr, fiaturday, October 4th.
Fracilb, Monday October Cth.
tlorcantcn, (Fair,) Oct. 22nd.
County Chairmen and Clubs are urged
to fcdn " 3 liberally with hand-bills
and Dsi-C-ratic paper to give publicity
to theco c-pointments.
Kd. Chambers Smith,
Cm Chm'n Stato Dem. Ex. Com.
, Hon. W, II. Kitchen will address the
peopb cn tho issues of the campaign at
tho follCTving times and places:
PitUboro, Saturday, Sept. 27.
Carthage, Monday, Sept. 29.
Rockingham, Tuesday, Sept. 30.
County chairmen will please advertise
liberally with haud-bills and otherwise,
and Democratic papers give publicity to
these appointments.
Ed. Chambers Smith,
Ch'n State Dem. Ex. Com.
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Rook-keepers will find our Ledgers,
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THE N. C. MANUAL OF
LAW AND FORMS,
latest revision in existence.
EDWARDS & BROUGHTON,
RALEIGH, N. C.
lion. Ben. II. Bunn will address the
people 011 the issues of the campaign at
the following timos and places:
Stovall, Thursday, Oct.. 2nd.
Oxford, Thursday niht, Oct 2ad.
Durham, rM;iy, Oct. 3d.
Raleigh, Saturday night, Oct 4th.
Graham Tuosd ay', Oct. 7th.
Greensboro, Wednesday, Oct. 8th.
Lexington, Thursday, Oct. 9th.
Haliabnry, Thursday nltfhr, Oct. 9th.
Charlotte, Saturday nit?ht, Oct. 10th.
Aaheville. Muuay night, Oct. 12th.
Marion, Tua-d ay, Oct. loth.
Hickory, Wednesday, Oct. lith.
Btatesville, Wednesday night, Oct. 14.
Asheboro, Thursday, Oct. 15th.
High Point, Thursday night, Oct. 15.
Mt. Airy. Saturday night, Oct. 17th.
County chairmen will please advertise
liberally with hand-bills and otherwise,
some days beforo the speaking. All the
Democratio papers are requested to make
theso announcements.
Ed. Chamres Smith,
Chairman State Democratio Executive
Committee.
Joint Canvas, 1th Congressional Dis
trict. Hon. B. II. Bunn, the Democratic
candidate, and Prof. Alexander Mclver,
the Republican candidate for Congress
of tho 4th Congressional District, will
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gives a woman a happy face,
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We have a primer on Cor
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AN
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CURES PEOPLE AT OR AwAY
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HIGHLY ENDORSED BY EMINENT
PHYSICIANS.
If You Can't Buy from Your Druggist,
Address "
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sept4-tf
SPRINGS
& HOTEL CO.,
Oxford, N. C.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
Wilmington and Weldon
K. 11. and .Branches.
Condensed Schedule Trains going South.
Dated June 15, 1890.
Nft 00 No. 27. No. 41.
jno. FastMaL Dailv ex
Daily. Daily. Sunday.
Lv Weldon 12 33 pm 5 43pm 6 00 am
Ar Rocky Mt... . 1 46pm 710am
Ar Tarboro 2 17 p m
Lv TarborQ. 10 20 a m
Ar Wilson. 2 20pm 700pm 7 43am
Lv Wilson 2 30 p m
Ar Selma., 3 30 p m
Ar Fayettevillo. . 5 30pm
Lv Goldsboro. . . 315pm 740 pm 8 35am
Lv Warsaw 4 10 p m 9 34 a m
Lv Magnolia ...,421pm 8 40 pm 9 49 am
Ar Wilmington. .5 50pm 9 55 p m 11 20 am
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
No. 14. No. 78.
No. 40.
Daily ex
Sunday.
4 00pm
5 36 p m
5 53 p m
6 53 pm
7 47 p m
8 18 pm
9 30pm
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 & Pescud.
Stock's Queen.
Having secured the control of this fine
brand of Michigan Flour, large invoice of
address the doodIo at tho following times which we have just received. To those
and places:
C- JOUNSTON COUNTY.
Pleasant Grove, Thursday, Oct. 2.
Smithfield, Thursday night, Oct, 2.
O'Nears, Friday, Oct. 3.
Kenlcy, Saturday, Oct. 4.
- WAKE COUNTY.
New Hill, Monday, Oct. 6.
Smith's (Middle Creek), Tuesday, Oc
Hutchinson's Store, Thursday, Oct. 9.
Auburn, Friday, Oct. 10.
Hood's Store (Mark's Croek), Satur
day, Oct. 11.
FRANKLIN COUNTY.
Youngavillo, Wednesday, Oct. 8.
WAKE COUNTY CANVASS.
The Appointments Mnde (or Speakers.
Tho Democratic and Republican can
didates for the Legislature, and the
county offices will address the people of
Wake county at tho following times and
places. Lot all the people bo present
and hear tho issues discussed:
CaryMonday, Sept. 29.
nam' Store Tuesday, Sept. 30.
MiUbrook Wednesday, Oct. 1.
MUburnio Thursday, Oct. 2.
Auburn Friday, Oct. 3.
Hood's Bloro Saturday, Oct. 4.
WacCeld -Monday, Oct. C.
Rolemlle Tuesday, Oct. 7.
Hutchinson's Store-Wednesday,Oct.8.
8toay Hill Thursday, October 9.
Roberta's Store-Friday, Oct. 10.
Jewelry Store-Saturday, Oct. 11.
Pollard's Monday, Oct. 13.
Morrisville Tuesday, Oct. 14.
Apex Friday, Oct. 17.
New Hill Saturday Oct. 18.
Holly Springs Monday, Oct. 20.
Myatt's Mill Tuesday, Oct. 21.
Township House Wednesday, Oct. 22
Gray's Store Thurs lay, Oct. 23.
Smith's Friday, Oct. 24.
Garner's Saturday, Oct. 25.
who have used it, it needs no recommen
dation. Eberhardt & Pescud.
The "Boss."
O. D. Boss & Son's Lunch Milk Bis
cuit, the best of all plain crackers. Re
tail fifteen cents. Close figures to the
trade.
Eberhardt & Pesoud.
Daily. Daily.
Lv Wilmington. 12 01 a m 9 00 a m
Lv Magnolia 1 21 a m 10 31 a m
Lv Warsaw 10 48 a m
Ar Goldsboro... . 2 23 a m 11 45 a m
Lv Fayettoville t9 20 a m
Ar tfelma 11 18 a m
Ar Wilson 1220 am
Lv Wilson 3 03 a m 12 37p m
Ar ltocky Mt 1 10 p m
Arrive Tarboro 2 00 p m
Leave Tarboro 10 20 am
Arrive Weldon. 4 30am 245pm
Trains on Scotland Neck Branch Road
leave Weldon 3:15 p m, Halifax 3:37 p m,
arrive Scotland Neck fit 4:23 p m, Gree -ville
6:00 p m. Returning leave Greenville
7:20 am. Arriving Halifax at 10:10 am,
Weldon 10:30 a m, daily except Sunday.
On Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Local Freight leaves Weldon 10:30 a m,
Halifax 11:30 a in, Scotland Neck 2:00 p m.
Arriving Greensboro 5:10 p m. Return
ing leave Greenville Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday 9:30 a m, Scotland Neck 1:00
p m, Halifax 3:35 p m. Arriving Weldon
4:00 p m.
Train leaves Tarboro, N C, via Albe
marie & Raleigh R. R. , daily, except Sun
day, 4:0d p m., Sunday 3:00 p m; arrive
Winston, N. C 6:30 p m, 4:20 p m, Ply
mouth 7:50 p m, 5:20 p m. Returning
leaves Plymouth daily, except feunday,
6:00 a m, bunday 9:00 a m, Williamston,
is. u., :io am, 9:o3 am. Arriving lar
boro 9:30 a m, 11:"0 a m.
Tram on Midland, IN. U., Branch leaves
Goldsboro, N. C, daily, except Sunday,
6:00 a m, arrive Smithfield, N. C, 7:D0 a m.
Returning leaves bmithheld, JS. U., 8:00 a
m; arrive Goldsboro, N. C, 9:30 a m.
Train onlsashville Branch leaves Rocky
Mount at 3:00 p m, arrives Nashville 3:40
p m Spring Hope 4:15 p m, Returning
leaves Spring Hope 10:00 am, Nashville
10:35 a m, arrive Rocky Mount 11:15 am,
daily, except Sunday.
Train on Clinton Branch leaves Warsaw
for Clinton daily, except Sunday, at 6:00
p m and 11:10 a m. Returning leaves Clin
ton at 8:2 ) a m and 3:10 p m, connecting at
Warsaw with Nos. 41, 40, 23 and 78.
Southbound Tram on Wilson and i av-
etteville Branch is No. 51. Northbound is
No. 50. Daily, except Sunday.
Train No. 27 South will stop only at
Wilson, Goldsboro and Magnolia.
Train No. 78 makes close connection
at Weldon for all points North daily. All
rail via Richmond, anddailv, except Sun
day, via Bay Line.
All trains run solid between Wilming
ton and Washington, and have Pullman
Palace Sleepers ottached.
Daily, except Sunday.
JOHN F. DIVINE,
GenT Supt.
J. Ra KENLY, Supt. Transportation.
T. M. EMERSON. Gen'l Pass. Agt.
RAILROAD SCHEDULES.
Richmond & Danville R. R. Go.
CONDENSED SCHEDULE.
In Effect Aug. 31st, 1890.
SOUTH BOUND.
Daily.
-:o:-
No. 50.
Lv. Richmond 3 00 p m
Ar. Greensboro 10 27 d m
Lv. Goldsboro 2 40pm
Ar. Raleigh 4 40 p m
Lv. Raleigh 4 45 p m
Lv. Durham 5 48 p m
Ar. Greensboro 8 30pm
Lv. Winston-Sal2m. 6 55pm
Lv. Greensboro 10 37 p m
Ar. Salisbury 12 26 am
Ar. Statesville 149am
" Asheville 7 22am
" HotSDrines 9 34am
Lv. Salisbury 12 32 a m
Ar. Charlotte 2 Co a m
" Atlanta 11 00 a m
Lv. Charlotte 2 20 a m
Ar. Augusta 10 20 a m
NORTH BOUND.
Daily
No. 52.
2 30 a m
9 42 a m
t CO p m
11 59 p m
1 30 am
2 55am
7 10 am
630am
9 50 a m
11 19 a m
12 08 p m
4 22 p m
5 55 p m
11 24 a m
12 40 pm
9 40p m
100pm
9 07 p m
SINTH EDITION OF
School History of North Carolina,
By Maj. John W. Moore
40,000 Copies Now iu the School. Price 85 Cents Per
Copy, Post-paid.
NEW .THOROUGHLY REVISED EDITION OF
FIRST STEPS IN NORTH CAROLINA HISTORY
MRS. C. P. SPENCER.
BY
:o:-
No. 51.
Lv. Augusta 6 30 p m
Ar. Charlotte 3 13 a m
Lv. Atlanta 6 00 p m
Ar. Charlotte 4 25am
Ar. Salisbury 6 02 a m
Lv. Hot Springs 11 10 p m
" Asheville .12 40am
" Statesville 5 02 a m
Ar. Salisbury 5 53 a m
Lv. Salisbury 6 07 a m
Ar. Greensboro 7 47 a m
Ar. Winston-Salem . . 11 25 a m
Lv. Greensboro 7 55 a m
Ar. Richmond 3 15 p m
Lv. Greensboro 9 50 a m
Ar. Durham 12 02 p m
" Raleigh 105pm
Lv. Raleigh l 10 p m
Ar. Goldsboro 2 55 p m
Lv. Raleigh
Ar. Selma
" Wilson
Lv. Wilson
Ar. Rocky Mount...
Daily. t Daily except Sunday,
No. 53.
8 00am
450 p m
7 10 a m
5 30 p m
7 05pm
1224p m
2 02 p m
5 33pm
6 42pm
7 12 p m
8 40pm
11 47 p m
8 50pm
4 55 a m
11 15 p m
5 00am
.7 35 a m
9 00 am
12 40 pm
t9 00 a m
1100 am
12 10 a m
12 38 pm
1 17 p m
ixwi iacuers and pupils ml be charmed with this delichtfnl little ht- o.M
tiiully bound. Price 75 cents by mail. Published by
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CROSS 3c 3LiI3STEI3:L3Sr.
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY.
WE WILL SHOW NOW IN A FEW DAYS ONE OF THE NICEST AND
MOST COMPLETE LINE OF
TALL AND WINTER
JL EVER BROUGHT WW
TO THIS
G
LOTHING
MARKET,
BETWEEN
West Point, Richmond and Raleigh.
Via Keysville, Oxford and Durham.
INCLUDING ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS AND STYLES.
Hats and Furnishing Goods Department
COMPLETE.
54 & 102
STATIONS.
55 & 103
H7 50
915
1100
100
2 05
2 42
3 15
401
a m Lv.. West Point.. Ar 6 00pm
Lv t 38 p m
.Ar 4 30pm
" 2 25pm
" 1 01 p m
" 12 24 p m
11 51 a m
am Ar.. Richmond.
a m Lv . . . Richmond . .
p m " . . Burkeville. .
p m "... Keysville. .
pm " ..Chase City.,
p m " ..Clarksville .
pm Ar Oxford Lv1102am
4 25 p m
525 p m
Lv Oxford .
" ..Henderson.
Ar 10 15 a m
Lr 9 15 a m
New lot of FALL NECKWEAR just opened. It will pay you to inspect our
stock. Lowest Prices Guaranteed.
CROSS & IilNEHAN,
Holleiuan Buildiiig, - - 210 Fayetteville St.
GL AS GO "W", VJ.
:0:
THE GRANDEST ENTERPRISE OF
H3 2STEW SOUTH.
TH
:o:-
4 09 pm Lv Oxford..
6 47 pm Ar Raleigh.
..Ar
. .Lv
10 57 a m
8 15 a m
FALL TRADE - - 1890.
J.J. THOMAS & CO.,
RALEIUII, N. C,
General Commission Merchants,
Grocers and Cotton Sellers,
-Have in store and to arrive
tDaily except Sunday. Daily.
1 Daily 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. & C,
and Ii. & M. Roads.
Passenger coaches run through between
West Point and Raleigh via Keysville,
on Nos. 51 and 102, and 55 and 103.
Nos. 51 and 53 connect at Hichmond
from and to West Point and Baltimore
daily except Sunday.
SOL 11AAS, JAS. L. TAYLOR,
Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
W. A. TURK, Div. Pass. Agent,
RALEIGH, N. C.
CAPE FEAR & YADKIN VALLEY
RAILWAY COMPANY.
CONDENSED SCHEDULE.
. u eltect August lbth, 1890.
SOUTH BOUND.
No. 1. No. 3. No. 15.
Daily ex Daily ex Daily ex
Sunday. Sunday. Sunday.
SEVERAL NEW AND LARGE INDUSTRIES JUST SECURED.
OVER ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY HOUSES TO BE BUILT AT ONCE.
o
NOW IS THE TIME FOR SAFE INVESTMENT, AND QUICK AND LARGk
DAVID FUNSTEN & CO.,
Real Estate and Stock Bbokeks G la sow Va
Biiril notified in advance, we will meet parties at any train". Ung31-3m)
HVVITV HOTEL,
Bryson City, Swain Co., N. C.
with all Modern Iraprove-
tho best
A New House,
ments.
Centrally located, and is one of
Hotels in Western North Carolina.
Headquarters tor Tourists and Sportsmen.
Hunting and Fishing near Bryson Citv ex
cellent.
Best Accommodations for Commercial Trav
ellers. GEO. V. BLACKBURN.
augl8-tf Proprietor.
COLIN M. HAWKINS & CO.,
INVESTMENT BROKERS,
331 FAYETTE VILLE ST.,
Raleigh, N. c
WE BUY and SELL on COMMISSION
Phone 28-
-1G Hakgett St
BONDS,
RJ
LEIGH AND GASTON RAILROAD.
in effect Sunday Sept. 7th,at 8:30 p. m
THATUS MOVING NOBTH.
No. 26.
Fast F't and Pass.
Daily ex. Sun.
Leave Raleigh 7 15 pm
Mill Brook.... 7 54
Wake 8 43
Franklinton... . 9 35
Kittrell 10 00
Henderson 10 21
Warren Plains 11 25
Macon 11 0
Arrive Weldon 1 20 am
TRAINS MOVING SOUTH
No. 88.
Pass. & Mail.
Daily ex. Sun.
11 20 a m
11 37
12 00 p m
12 22
12 38
12 55
1 47
1 58
2 55pm
D. T. JOHNSON, Ag't,
WHOLESALE
Lv Wilmington. 9 00 am
Ar Fayette ville. 12 2a pm
Lv Fayettoville. 12 50 p m
Lv Sanford 2 22 pm
Ar Greensboro. 5 00 pm
Lv Greensboro. 510 pm
Lv Walnut Cove 6 32 p m
Ar Mt. Airy 8 25 p m
Lv Bennettsville 8 20 a m
Ar Maxton 9 35 a m 250
Lv Maxton 9 45 a m
Commission Merchant
NOW IN STORE ON CONSIGNMENT:
-A FINE LOT-
I C, CUT AND ROE miMl
In white pine barrels.
Gallons Strictly Pure Country
Cider Vinpsrnr.
ArFayetteville. 1115 am It pleases all who try it; 40c. gallon; 10 gal-
Lv Ramseur C 50 a m
Ar Greensboro " 9 25 a m
Lv Greensboro 10 10 a m
Ar Msdison 12 30 p m
SOUTH BOUND.
No. 5. No. 4. No. 10.
Daily ex Daily ex Daily ex
Sunday. Sunday. Sunday.
Lv Mt. Airy. ... 6 00 a m
Ar Greensboro . . 9 20 a m
Lv Greensboro.. 9 50am
Lv Sanford 1219 pm
Ar Fayetteville . 1 50 p m
Lv Fayelteville. 2 15 pm
Ar Wilmington. 5 45pm
Lv Fayetteville 330pm
Ar Maxton 5 20 p m
Lv Maxton . . 5 30 p m
Ar Bennettsville . O. 6 45 p m
Lv Madison 1 20 p m
Ar lireensooro 6 30 p m
Lv Greensborr 3 45 p m
Ar Ramseur 6 50 p m
W. E. KYLE,
Gen'l Passenger Agent.
J. W. FRY, Gen'l Manager.
Ions at 30c.
CONSIGNMENTS OF
WESTERN N. G. APPLES,
POTATOES, ONIONS, CABBAGE,
CHICKENS, EGGS, &C, &C,
Received almost daily.
Orders Filled at Lowest Cash Prices.
-MY FALL STOCK-
OF
STAPLE, FANCY AND HEAVY
GROCERIES
ARRIVING DAILY.
A IX CLASSES OF
STOCKS,
AND
COMMERCIAL PaPER.
We devote special attention
tion of
to the negotia-
BONDS
TOWNS,
-FOR-
CITIES,
RAILWAYS
and
INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES.
Lear
Pass, and Mail.
Daily ex. Sun.
THE
CALIGRAPH"
TYPE-WKITER.
Greatest Bpced; beat for manifoldine 100
000 daily users Price $85.00. Machines
rented to responsible parties and sold on in
UllmenU. Our New Special No. 3 has recently been
bronght out to meet tho demands ol those
, who teqziro tho best that can be nrodnrnd
1 Price ti:3.00.- Has sir additional nArSi
1 - vviuuioi cim
t 7'J"r Platen ior manifolding and other
luipiuYumeuu. for accounts Of
tests and circulars, address
.2WMAN & SON. Gen'l Aq'ts
iV. Washington, D.'o.
v Si Agt, IUleigh, N. C. Junl0-8m
1 " , -
lOyOOO yds. 2)i lb. second-hand bagging, 50
vd. rolls.
5,000 " 2 " Ragging Cloth, 30 yd bdls
5,000 " 2 " New Bagging, 50 "rolls.
5,000 " 2 " " " 50 "
3,000 " " " " 30 " "
1 ,500 Bundles New Arrow Ties.
1 ,000 Whole and Pieced Ties.
Ragging for sheets, Bagging Twine; also
Meat, Meal, Corn, Flour, Bran, Hay, Sugar,
Coffee, Ac , all of which we offer upon verv
best terms. As a COTTON MARKET
Raleigh excels all. Her Compress and nu
merous buyers here f,or foreign shipment and
State spinners, gives us good demand at all
timf s. We offer our 18 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 of interest and storage charges.
J. J. THOMAS & CO.,
Cotton Sellers,
sepU-D&WSmos Raleigh, N. O.
THE YARBORO HOUSE.
R. B. RANEY, Prop'r, Raleigh, N. 0.
Rates, $2.50 per day, $10.50 to $15 per week
1 V
HOTEL FLORENCE
T. G. Abrinqton, Manager,
Raleigh, N. C.
Booma, with meals' at Yarboro House,
per day; fiu.uu per week.
y8pecial rates to lawyers attending
ar8-ly preme Court
12.00
Su-
Weldon 12 20 p m
Macon 1 20
Warren Plains 1 28 p m
Henderson 2 08
Kittrell 2 48
Franklinton 3 08
Wake 332
Mill Brook 4 00
Ariv Raleigh 4 15
FROM HENDERSON
34.
Trains Moving North.
Leave Henderson 6 00 am
Warren Plains 6 34
Littlleton 7 02
No 25.
Fast F't. & Pass
Daily ex. Sun.
2 40 a m
4 27
4 42
5 45
6 16
6 45
7 20
7 55
8 20 am
DAILY.
45.
South.
9 10 p m
8 32
8 00
7 15 p m
Arrive 7 40 a m
LOUISBURG.
No. 3?. Leaves Louisburg at 11.20 a.m., and
arrives at Franklinton at 11.55 a m.
No. 41. Leaves Franklinton at 3.15 p.m., and
arrives at Louisburg at 3.50 p. m.
No 8. Leaves Louisburg at 5:55 a m.
No. 8. Arrives Franklinton 6:30 a m.
No 25. Leaves Franklinton 7:20 a. m.
No. 25. Arrives Louisburg 8:00 a m.
JOHN C. WINDER, Gen'l Manager.
L. T. MYERS, Gen'l Supt.
WM. SMITH, Superintendent.
GOOD REASONS
For Patronizing the Moseley House.
1 I am pleasantly located, near all that is
of interest and on the main street, where all
the elite of the city pass, and opposite the
large dry goods house of W. l & R. S.
Tucker & Co.
2 I find everything neat and clean at the
Moseley House, and ieel as if at home, for
they make me so.
3 I find the Dining Hall for Ladies and
Gentlemen well cared for and as pleasant as
any seaside resort no nies, and the liotatm
Fly Fans keep one cool and pleasant, while
can enjoy one of the good meals you can al
ways get at the Moseley House for 50 cents.
4 An enterprise that tho travelling nnhlir.
1 should appreciate and patronize is the Mose
ley House. (jiyl7tf
RALEIGH AND AUGUSTA AIR-LINE
19 efifo ;t Sunday, Sept 7th, 1890.
GOING SOUTH.
No. 43.
Passenger
& Mail.
. 9 00 am
. 9 17
9 55
10 07
RR
Le'vr Raleigh,...
Gary
Merry Oaks
Moncure... .
Sanford 10 35
Cameron, 11 03 p m
Bouth'n Pines 11 36
Ar'ive Hamlet, 12 45
Leave 1 15 p m
" Ghioj 134
Arri Gibsop, 1 50 p m
GOING NORTH.
No. 36.
Passenger
& Mail.
Leave Gibson, 2 40 p.m.
unio,
No. 25.
Freight A
Passenger.
6 00 p m
6 40
8 20
8 39
9 22
10 13
11 06
1 00am
No. 26.
Freight 4
Passenger
LOWEST PRICES. FREE DELIVERY.
Quick sales and prompt returns guaranteed
on all consignments. Correspondence from
shippers solicited.
Phone 28. D. T. JOHNSON, Aq't.
A $25,000 FARM.
ONE OF
THE BEST IN
CAROLINA.
NORTH
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 a m 10 50 am
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 Carthaje 12:20 a. m. and 5:35 p. m.
PITTSBORO ROAD.
No. 35. No. 26.
Leave Pitteboro 4.45 p. m. 8 05 a m
Arrive Moncure 5:30 p. m. 8 50 am
No. 25. No. 36.
Leave Moncure 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
FOR SALE.
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. 8ORRELL,
sepl2-tf - Cattle-Dealers.
Seven Hundred and Fifty (750) Acres
For Sale by
JNO. A. WILLIAMS,
Real Estate Agent,
Oxford, N.
C.
Land for Sale.
Six hundred and fifty acres at $7.00 per
acre.
Two hundred and forty-nine and a half
(249) acres at $8.00 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,
Real Estate Agent,
sept7-tf Oxford, N. C.
Sale of Land Under Execution.
Careful attention given to the Investment
of funds for out-of-town investors.
july4-ev dy fr wk thn ev Sun
TEREELL & MOSELEY,
Commission Merchants,
HEAVY AND FANCY
GROCERS,
203 Fayetteville St., Ralegh, N. G.
STOLEN KISSES is the name of anew
brand of chewing tobacco for which we are
sole agents ip Raleigh.
TERRELL & MOSELEY.
MULLETS--We received the first ship
mentof newmulleta yesterday.
TERRELL & MOSELEY.
PRODUCE-
country produce
ments solicited.
jnel7-tf
We
on
handle all
cemmiiaion.
kinds of
Consign
TERRELL & MOSELEY.
JAMES MoKIMMON & CO.
JAMES McKLMMON k GO.
133 Fatettzviixz Stezxt ajtd 5 Habort St
-BUY
-BUY
THE
THE
BEST-BEST-
We Have Just Received a Full line of
Pktxb Htodsbsos's
GARDEN SEED- GARDEN SEED
PURITAN POTATOES
ONION SETS
Everything Pertaining to the tfardan
By virtue of an execution to me, directed
from the Clerk of the Superior Court of John
ston county, I will offer for sale to the highest
bidder for cash, at the Court House in Ral
eigh, on Monday, October 2th, 1890, the fol
lowing described tract of land, partly in Wake
and Johnston counties, described as follows:
Situated partly in Mark s Creek township,
Wake county, and Wilder's township, Johneon
county, adjoining the lands of L B.Richard
son, Paul H. Lee and A. W. Richardson, com
mencing at A. W. Richardson's corner, runs
north with L. B. Richardson's line to a stake,
east -with said Richardson's line to a stake
thence south to Paul H. Lee's line; thence
west with Paul H. Lee's line to the beginning,
containing sixty acres; said execution in lavor
of L. B. Richardson vs. A. W. Richardson
and wiie. Time of sale 12 o'clock m.
J. ROWAN ROGERS, .
Sheriff of Wake Co.
Sept. 16, 1S90. (aeplS-lmdlaw
JAMES MoKLMMON k CO.,
JAMES MoKLMMON k CO.,
RALEIGH DYE WORKS,
D. W. C. Harris, Proprietor.
Dying and cleaning and renovation of
clothing a specialty. Fast colors guaranteed
and wai ranted not to siut.
Work done by the latent devices and on the
most approved plan.
Gloves, curtains, plumes, feathers, and, is
fact, everything cleaned and renovated and
made as bright and soft as new.
Special attention to orders through mail.
Call on or write to
"HARRIS DYE WORKS,"
ILiBTlN STBXST,
majlO Raleigh, N. C.
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