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STATE CEBOKICLE, FBIDAY, MARCH 13.
STATU S. S. CONVENTION. Program of I ho Exercises to Take I'hiro at FayetteviUe. We rri.o before us ft copy of the pro gramme for the Tenth Annual Conven tion of the North Carolina State Sunday r-hm-d Am'i.ltinn. tn m hold in Tnv- etteville, March 21th, 25th and 26th next. Wo notico that this convention vrill bo attended by Mr. Wm. Reynolds, of Peoria, 111., President of tho Fifth International Sunday School Assbcia tion. It will also bo attended by Mrs. Wilbur F. Crafts, President of the Inter national Primary Teachers' Union, and ouo of tue most prominent writers of Primary Teachers Lesson ilel pa. Mrs. Crafts will not take part in the woik of tho Convention proper, but will hold separate meetings and conferences for persons interested in Primary Sunday School Teaching. She will present some of the follow ivs topics: Sewn Lamps of Teaching. Ways of Workiuir in the Primary Class. Next Sabbath's Lesson Taught to a Class. Temperance Teaching. Conversion and ChrLtuu Culture of Children. Princi ples of Illustration applied to the Cur rent International Lessons. We also notico upon the programme the following well known persons: Judge It P. Dick, of Greensboro, and 1 Mr. N. 1. Rroughton, of Raleigh, will respond to the addresses of welcome made by the several pastors of the churches in FayetteviUe. Addresses will be mado as follows: "Tho Week-day Work of the Sunday School," by Rev. J. J. Hall, D. I)., Pastor of Tabernacle Baptist Church, Raleigh. "Our Work wnj Oar Reward," by Rev. Robt. L Peel-, Paior of Brooklyn B ip tist Church, Wilmington. "Illustrating or Lighting up a Les son,1' by Rev. Dr. J. k Crowell, presi dent of Trinity College. "The Application of certain Secular Methods to Sunday Schools,1' by Prof. it. T. Adams, Principal of New Berne Collegite Iustitute. "Diseases Incident to the Sunday School Teacher's Work," by Rev. Dr. B. F. Dixon, President of Greensboro Fe malo College. "Les?on Helps and the Teacher's Need to use Them," by Rev. F. A. Bishop.Pas tor of Main Street Methodist Church, Durham. "The Training of Christian Children," by Rev. J. P. Barrett, Editor of the Christian Sun, Raleigh. "How to Teach International Sunday School Lesson of April 5th, '91, to a Class of Adults." A practical demon str.iion, by Dr. C. A. Rominger, Reids ville. The following topics will be presented: "lemperanco ork in the Sunday School," by Mr. N. B. Broughton, Raleigh. "Sunday School Evangelization," by Mr. J. II. Southgate, of Durham. "Conventions and Institutes," by Prof. II. C. Dunn, of Concord. "Woman's Mission Aid," by Prof. F. S. Blair, of Menola, Hertford county. A large number of singers, a combi nation cf all the choirs of FayetteviUe, will contribute largely to the music for tho convention. Reduce J rates of faro on all the rail ro ids of tho State have been secured. Tho tariil is known as Special Excur sion Tariff, No. 1. The rates from a few points are here given : Greensboro, $5.00; Durham, 5 20; Raleigh, ft 04; Goldiboro, 3.G0; Charlotte, $0.30; Wilmington, $4 30; Mr. Airy, $7.u0; Winston, $0.10; Salisbury, !?('.7.j; Asheville, 11.00; Wilson, $3.85, for round trip tickets. Delegates from other points can as certain the rate by inquiring of their local agent. (Quantities of periodicals and lesson helps from the various Sunday School publishing houses will bo displayed for gratuitous distribution. Tho above clearly indicates that these Sunday School people are going to have a good Conventon. We hope they will, and that Sunday School workers will see that a full delegation is sent from every county in the State. Cold Weatheb Commences, Coat Your Walls and Ceilings With rflLABAST DEsTliOYS ALL DISEASE GEUHS AND liUIQUIXNti Ui' YOUU UOJtfES. ThoHandot found Have ReenSold in this Market. COLD WEATHER GOODS. HEATING STOVES For Coal and Wood All Sizes. L. I. WYATT, GRATE Portable and Stationary, IT IS NO EXPERIMENT, BUT HAS BEEN PROVEN TO BE ALL WE CLAIM FOR IT. Send for Circular and Sample Card of 12 BEAUTIFUL TINTS. TI. S. DM! i Raleigh, N. O. FIUE DOGS. SHOVELS AND TONGS. COAL SIFTERS. Fancy Zinc Stove Boards. FIRE SETS, COAL HODS, COAL VASES. Largest Stock of Cook Stoves in the State. Respectfully, J. O 8. LUMSDEN, dec9-3m. Raleigh, N. O 'PHONE 28. PIANO Q AND IANOO AND ORGAN Q rganO. STOCK THE LARGEST. 16 HARGETT ST. D. T. JOHNSON, fig't., GROCER (Opp 216 Fatetteviixe Steeet, A ITT r O a r-i . a ... oa.io y. u. x a. 15. otronacn'3 Etore. Raleigh, N. C), PROPRIETOR OF THE J-U.XN HiT A Top Men?s5 Boys' ana Child ren's AND- WHOLESALE produce Commission - Merchant. (Consignments Solicited J Terms the Best JPrices tlie Lowest. Knabn, Kranich fc Bach, Wegman-Kimball Miller, Kimball, ISeedam BANJOS, ANJOS. GUITARS, UITARS. -TTIOLINS, V IOLINS, I am now daily receiving consignments and will make low prices on Cabbage, Irish Po tatoes, Chickens by the. coops, Eggs by the crate, Country Butter by the pkg., ecc, &c. Gocoa Oranges, Bananas, Lemons, nuts and Layer Figs Constantly on Hand. Fine lot of Small Sugar-cured Hams, 12 to 15c. per lb. E C. Shoulders, 10c. lb. Small, thin Breakfast Bacon, 12c. per lb. Buckweat, Oatmeal, Hominy, Crits, Canned Corn, Peaches. Toma toes, 3Iaeearoni, Preserves, Jellies Cocoa, Choco late, Vc. oak an hear uma AXD DEALER IX All Kinds Grass and Clover Seed. MIXTURES A SPECIALTY. Having secured the services ol Mr. C. II. Betts, of Messrs. Williamson & Upchurch, ui eleven years' experience in mixing grass and clover seeds, both for field and lawn, as well as handling both Farm implenienls and Machinery. Corn, Meal, Seed and Feed Oats, Bran, Ship Stuff, Cow Feed Mixture, Bulk Meats and Pure Hog Lard at Lovreet Prices. rLOV.B-.The Dixie, the One and Two Horse Watt, Crown Crescent, Dunn No. 2, Farmers' Alliance, Reversible Hillside Cot ton, Tobacco and Corn Cultivators. Also the Iron Age Cultivator and Attachments, Points, Bars and 01 her attachments always on hand of the Richmond manufacture. Harrows I ha celebrated one and two horse Clark's Cutaway, the most perfec pulverizer in the world. Also Clark's Revolving Cutaway Plow, which plows and pulverizes at the same time 32 inches with two hcrses; also the Thomas Smoothing Harrows. Mowers, Reap. ers, Binders, Horse Rakes, and Repairs of the celebrated Walter A. Wood manufacture, being the most simple, iitLt draft and dura- tie machines on th" market at satisfactory prices, .ornsneiier?, cutting ivnives, Morse and Power Feed Mills. Best and simplest Engines and Boilers. (Have one running my L,aunury machinery in tne rear part oi mv store.) 'lhose contemplating buving are in vited to call and see it operating. North Carolina azons and Carts, Iron Pipe, Mngieanu iJoume irees (or plows and wag ons. Corn and (Jotton Planters ol latest Dat- ents. ivepairs are Kept on nana ior every plow ananiacjiue sold, ierunzers-The cele brated otouewau and Farmers' iriend Guano for cotton, tobacco an -J corn. Oil Cviinder, Machine and Illuminating Oils. Special Prices to t,iubs. Call to see or write me. -trru imii luiiniHiffJi Tm All Grades. f X OUR SPFa ' A LTIES : PERFECT FIT FINE GOODS JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE LINE OF StnUSTEga. GOODS HOLIDAY TRADE CALL AND SEE I!S. CKOSS & upHiv Holleman Building, - - 210 Fayettevlile St.' HEADQUARTERS OOKS : -FOR- AlJD : STATIONERY. We can supply everything you want inthis line. :o: OUH SPECIALTIES BEST GOODS AND LOWEST PRICES. AND EVERYTHING IN THE MUSICAL LINE. -Beat line of- AT LOWEST PRICES. Write us for circulars, catalogues, &o. NORTH STATE MUSIC CO., Cecil Q. Stone, Mg'b, 113 FayetteviUe St., Raleigh, N. O. PRETTY FUKNITURE MAKES COSY HOMES ! COSY HOMES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE ! FLOUR. Valley "Best" and Electric Can't be Beat, $3.25 and $3.00 per Sack. Free and Prompt Delivery. D. T. JOHNSON, Aa'T, Phone 28 16 Habqett St DISSOLUTION. The copartnership heretofore existing be tween Jub. P. Wyattaud Philip Taylor, trad ing as Wyatt & Taylor, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The books, notes and accouuts wil) remain with Job P. Wyatt. All parties indebted will please come lor warJ and settle, as the bus.nesa must be closed. JOB P. WYATT, PHILIP TAYLOR. Kato to the North Carolina State Sun day School Convention at FayetteviUe. For the above occasion the Richmond and Dauville Railroad will sell tickets to FayetteviUe, N. C, and return at the following rates from points named. Tick ets on sale March 23rd to 2Gth including March 30th 1891 : From Charlotte, $7.20; Winston-Salem, $6.45; Durham, $5.70; Henderson, $0.75; Raleigh, $4.40, and (loldsboro, $3.G0. Rates from interme diate points in same proportion. i Stock Feed. Hay. Corn, Bran, Oats, &cM at tf. Eberiiardt & Pescud's. A.6. RHODES & COMPANY Are making people happy every day by the liberal teims they offer on all kinds of FUliNITUilEI Fancy Chairs! Hall Racks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything! Chiber Baita, complete, in great variety Broken Suits provided if desired, I have this day sold my interest in the busi ness of Wyatt A; Taylor to Messrs. Job P. Wyatt A Bros. In retiring from the firm I re turn my thanks and appreciation to my friends and the publia for their liberal pat ronage to the old firm, and I cheerfully com mend the new firm as worthv of vour esteem and patronage. PHILIP TAYLOK. jan3-10d. School Books, Stationery, Blank Books, Diarie j Supreme Court Keporrs. Standard Miscella- N. C. neous Books. Coal and Coke. We have been in the.Coal business for manj years, ail the while on the outlook for the Best Coal for the least money. For such we now recommend the following: GAYTON RED ASH COAL. (Semi- Anthracite.) It is free burning, easily ignited, does not cruniDie to cmst, aoes not inane smoke or soot, requires but little draught, holds fire as well as mckory wood. Small or large hre can be made ot it at will. Suitable tor CS rates, Stoves cr Ranges Specially Adapted to Tobacco Factories. Prepared by machinery into all eizes Nutt, Stove, Egg and Lump. Shipped to any Depot direct from the mines at very low prices by Jones & Powell RALEIGH, Mineks' Agents fob N. O. - Our New Publications : MRS. SPENCER'S FIRST STEPS IV L-KftCKK' FIRST STEPS IV N. C. HISTORY, MOORF'S rinwi HISTORY OF NORTH CAROLINA, N. C. COP Y BOO K S PRIMERS, SPEAKERS AND DIGESTS. UUO,1?s -:o:- SEND FOR PRICES ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., RALEIGH, IV. C. IRE-A.3D THIS AND -SAVE MONEY AND GO AT GNCE TO WOOLLCOTrp OOLLCOT JL & & Pocahontas (Semi-Bituminous). Tne purest &nd best steam coal in America an the most economical for steam and gratt. ANTHRACITE COAL. Lee mines White Ashe is the purest and best of anthracite coala that we have found, and gives more universal satisfaction. Now in utock, all eizes Egg, Stove and Nutt; also lied Ash, Egg and Splint coal for grates. Any kind ot coal and Pocahontas coke shipped direct to any depot. All orders received thie month filled at special Summer Prices by Jones & Powell. S8N, 14 E. MARTIN STREET, and Buy a Laundried Shirt For 00 or 75 cents, OK AN UNLAUNDRIED SHIRT For 50 cents. PATAPSCO Flouring - Mills. :o: Our 50-cent Unlnundried Shirt is Reinforced, .Linen isofcom. and is made out ol Barker's Mills Bleaching. NEW XIII. JOB P. WYATT & BUGS., Successors to WYATT & No. 15 East Martin change TAYLOR, Street and 1G Ex. Place. Your attention is called to Cheatham's Pills as tho best mild laxative in exis- tence. 'iney are prepared mm an eye special to relief of persons who suffer from habitual constipation. These pills will overcome this trouble and restore tho bowels to a healthy condition, thus relieving keadaches,indigestion, piles and other troubles arising from a torpid con dition of tho bowels and liver. Price 25 cents by druggist and W. T. Cheatham, Jr.. miGD&WOm Henderson, N. C. - Personal. On January 1st we will remove our up town olhee to .No. 107, iayetteville street, next to the Raleigh Savings Bank. Our warehouse and coal and wood yard remains near tho Central depot. Orders for coal, wood, grain, forage Ac, received at either place. FayetteviUe street oflice, telephone 41; depot office, telephone 71; livery stable, Telephone yf. Jones & Powell. Electric Hitters. Thi3 remedy is becoming so well known a ar. nooular as to need no special a fnn All who have used Electric ainz tho same song of praise. A Bitters aini" g &nd iUs purer meu th t is claimed We will accommodate you and please you you will let us, We have too many things to talk about. Come ind see them I It will be like going to a fair. . A. G. RHODES & CO., No. 9 E. Martin St. No. IC Exchange Pl,co. Auction Sale of Mill Prop erty. By virtue of authority conferred on me by a certain mortgage deed, executed bv Wm. Cox and wife, of date May 25, 1S85, which mort gage is duly recorded in Registry of Wake county, in Book No .8, at page 556, 1 will offer for sale, at the Court House door in the city of llaleigh, N. C, to the highest bidder lor cash, on Monday, March 23, 1891, at 12 O'clock 31., that valuable tract of land in Barton's Creek township, Wake coanty, known as tl e Tadlock Mill Property. Said property contains 1C0 acres, more or less, and has upon it a fine grist mill, in running order, a more accurate description of whioh may be found m the mortgage above referred to. B. F. MONTAGUE, J. M. CRENSHAW, Attorney. Mortgagee. "1TTANTED SITUATIONS. TWO (2) TT young men, who will graduate from Maryland College of Pharmacy in April, de sire immediately atterwards situations South. They are reliable and competent in every re spect, and I would be glad for vhem to secure positions in North Carolina. Any one wishing to employ or communicate with them can ad dress me. H. R. CHEA.RS, 416 Saratoga Street, mar6-tf Baltimore, Md. We have this day farmed a copartnership under the firm name of Job P. Wyatt & Bros., and will continue the business' ot Grocers, Commission Merchants and dailers in Hav. Mill Feed and all kinds of Feed Stuffs, Agri cultural Implements, Ac., and we solicit the patronage ol the public. JOB P. WYA.Tr; E. S. WYATT. P. T. WYATT. Jan. 2, 1891. (jan33m) lam The Crowning Glory of the Many Wonderful Resour ces ol North Carolina. AN UNSURPASSED TONIO, APPE TiZER AND BLOOD PURIFIER. A SURE CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC DIARRHOEA, SCROFULA, ECZEMA, AND SOME KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLES. CURES PEOPLE AT OR AWAY FROM THE SPRINGS. HIGHLY ENDORSED BY EMINENT PHYSICIANS. ICYou Can't Buy from Your Druggist, Address PANACEA SPRINGS & HOTEL CO., eept4-tf Oxford. N. C. Liaiid Sale. i Ar. nil ii.il tuat to guarantee"1 .. al abases of Electric iut' , Kidneys, will remove the Liver ' and other af. dSmpure blood. Will iecuoua frorn tne sye",, drive Maiaiu. -- all and Malaria Malarial prevent as veu Headache, Oonsti ffivera. For cure oi EIectric Bit- money refunded. $1.00 per tootue, Drugstore. Jonil X. JM.l5i at STOP AT THE Moseley House, 124 FA V ETTEVILLE ST., ItAXEIOH, N. O. -K-- Street Cars hss the Door frery 20 Minutes. Everything firBtr-clasa, neat, clem and com fortable; our guesta ar. cared for and made to feel aa if at homea. Reasonable Rates. Krt ntit r Meal. Lodging 50 Cents; $1.50 to 2.00 per Day. KTt Will make special rates to Lawyers, as woVe near the Capitol and Supreme Court rooms. . , ... fiAntiamen's Dining Ult w By virtue of authority conferred in a certain deed of trust, executed by Jordan and Sallie Hall, and recorded in Book 111, on page 736, in Register of Deeds' office of Wake county, 1 win, on xuestiay, mo 4 m ua; u yu. 1893. sell at the Court House door ia Raleigh at 19. nV.lock M.. to the highest bidder for cash, a certain lot ol land in the city of Ral Aioh oitnated on the north side of Worth street, adjoining the lota of Maggie and Mourning Simmons, vVilliam Whitaker, Mary J Fort and others, more particularly described in Baid deed of trust. This 2d day of Feb. A. D. 1891. E. P. MAYNA.RD, mar8-tf Trnet. ThannlT LidieS' Room in Raleigh. "nyUiing served to order. ayn-tf) eep!6-tl MINERS' AGENTS, Raleigh, N. C A BOLD DRIVE- TO- REDUCE STOCK We have inaugurated a Clearance Sale ol our Fall and WmterStock of m scobs, mm mmi a Our GO-cent Laundried Shirt ia made of good, etroDg uieached bhirting; a Linen Bosom and Reinforced. It is the Best Shirt ever offered lor the money. :o: Our 75-cent Laundried Shirt is made of Wim- sutta Bleached Shirting. The Bosom is 2'00 Linen, and is a better Shirt than most houses sell for $1.00, and, without a doubt, ia the Grand est Shirt ever offered lor 75 cents. W00LLC0TT & SON No. 14 E. Martin St. Astonishing Reduction This simply means almost any price will buy anything in our store. Notice of Incorporation. NORTH CAROLINA Wake County Let all persons concerned take notice that I have this, day issued letters ol in corporation, by which Wm. E. Ashley. J II. Kinealy, R. B. lianey and others have become a body politic and corporate under the laws of North Carolina to be known as the Taylor Cotton I'ress Com pany. The purpose of this incorporation is to manufacture and cause to be manufac tured the TAYLOR COTTON PRESS ; to mocniy ana aaapt tne machine to pressing ray and other substances; to make con tracts concerning and to make and to sell 1774. - - 1891. PATENT OGAMBRILLMfcCo. Patapsco-Superlative -PATENT- THE PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA. MANUFACTURED FROM THE CHOiuEST - WINTER - WHEAT And makes bread famous lor its RICH, CREAMY COLOR AND Most Delicious Flavor UNSURPASSED FOR BREAD, BISCUIT OR PASTRY. A Ureal manY UDOUS Uill 10 Ha i s.apdtosell State, county and 3 01 Prices. While in search of Bargains yisit our store and jou will never regret it. Tliis Clearance Sale will only last through the remainder of January. SPECIAL BARGAINS in- Furnishing Eoois, wh:::, Hats, k W. G. SEPARK, AGT., dec5-m 12 E. Martin St. Sale of Raleigh Suburban Property. By virtue of power conferred on me by a certain mortgage deed, executed by Charles Bryant and wile, which eaid mortgage is duly recorded in Registry of Wake county, in Book No. 84, at page 55, 1 will offer for sale, at the Court House door in the city of Raleigh, N. C, to the highest bidder tcr caeh, on Monday, March 23, 1891, at 12 O'clock M., a certain house and lot on the eastern suburbs ol the city ot Raleigh, N. C, fronting 135 feet on East Lenoir street, and running along hmith street 100 feet, being on the corner of Smith and Lenoir streets, and rectangular in shape, a more accurate description of which may be found in the book and page above re ferred. BEN. M. MOOKE, Mortgagee. B. F. MONTAGUE, Assignee and Att'y. Raleigh. N C Feb. 20, 1891. (feb22-tds 01 her territorial rights into and concerning the same so modi tied. The principal place of business is in or near the city of Raleigh, N. C, with privi lege cf other offices and places of business. The length of time desired for its con tinuance is thirty years. The amount of the capital stock is 25, 000 (with privilege to increase to sl00,000), to be divided into 250 shares of the par value of -S 100. The corporation to be governed by a Board of Directors under by-laws and reg ulationstobe prescribed by the corpora tion. A majority of the stock shall con stitute a quorum for the election of officers and transaction of business. There shall be no individual liability and no assess ment after issue of certificates of stock, and no dividend shall issue to a stock holder indebted to the corporation. The corporation may borrow money in the manner to be prescribed by the stock holders. Subscriptions must be in cash, or in such other equivalent as the corpor ition may determine. JOHN W. THOMPSON Clerk of Superior Court manl-tf for w ake Co BEAUTIFUL - ASK YOUR (iROCER FOR PATAPSCO SUPERLATIVE PATENT. MKDORA HIGH GRADE WINTER PATENT, ROLANDO CHOICE PATENT. PATAPSCO FAMILY PATENT. CAFE HENRY FAMILY. PATAPSCO EXTRA. NORTH POINT FAMILY. CHESAPEAKE EXTRA. BEDFORD FAMILY. ORANGE GROVE EXTRA. PAMLICO (Graham or Unbolted). BALDWIN FAMILY. M A PLETON FA M I LY. SEVEN MILLS EXTRA. HOWARD MILLS EXTRA. CAMDEN SUPER. On sale in Barrels and Half Barrels; Half, Quarter, Eighth and Sixteenth Sacks. E. i Ml BALTIMORE '2 ALF. A. THOMPSON, Agt., Jan2S-WeFriSun-3m. RALEIGH, N. C. T AIiEIOH AND AUGUSTA AIR-L XV In effect Sunday, Doc. 7th, ls'JO LINE B B. A RTISTIO ALENDARS FOR 1891. :o: We have a large assortment of Beautiful Calendars on Card-board, Banners, Ac, from which to make selections. RALEIGH DYE-WORKS, D. W. C Harris, Proprietor. Dvine and cleaning and renovation of clothing a specialty. Fast colors guaranteed and warranted not to smut. Work done by the latest devices and on the most approved plan. Gloves curtains, plume, feathers, and, In fact, eveiything cleaned and renovited and made aa right and soft as new. Special attention to orders through mail. CU on ct write to "HARRIS DYE WORKS," Martin Stbzrt, miU R1 nigh. S. O. PEACE INSTITUTE, RALEIGH, IV. C. o- -o- -o THE SECOND TEEM BEGINS MONDAY, JAN. 19TH. -o- -0 d-w-tf Addbess DINWIDDIE, M. A., Ot Univ. of Virginia, IUueiGH, N. O. JAS. BUSINESS MEN desiring to nee Calen dar Advertising will find it to their interest to call at once and get prieea. We shall not be able to fill orders after the 15th of December. CAL.L, AT ONCE. Edwards & Broughton Printers Binders decSlw RALEIGH, N. C. GOI"0 SOCTH. No. 41. rasoecfjer A Mail. Le'vt Kaleigh 4 00 p m Cary 4 17 Merry Oaks. . 4 54 lloncure, 6 05 Banford 5 23 Cameron, 5 54 p m Bouth'n Pines 6 21 Ar'ive Elamlet, 7 20 Leave " 7 40 p m " Ohio, 7 59 Arri flibsop,. 8 15 p m GONO JfOBTH. No. 3a. Pawaeiiger A Mail. Leavs Olbfion 7 00 .m. " Ohio, 7 I S Arrive Hamlet, 7 38 Leave 8 OO Southern Pine H Cameron, 0 2S Nanford, y 52 Moncure, 10 JG Merry Oaka 10 2 Crr 11 Ol JUieigh 11 20am CAKTHAOE JtAlUtOAD. Leave Carthage HI a. m. and 3:15 p m. Arrive Cameron 8:35 a. m. and 4:20 p. m. Leave Cameron 9:3-5 a. m. and 6 00 p. m. Arrive Cartha;e 10:00 a. m. and 6:35 p. m PITTHBORO IIO AD. Leave Pitteboro 'J.10 a. m. nd 4 00 p m. Arrive lloncure 3:55 a. m. and 4 45 p m. Leave Moncnre 10:25 a.m. ani 5:10 p m. Arri. PitUboro 11:10 a. m.. and 5:55 p m: J. C. WINDER, Gcnl Manager. L. T. MYERS, Gen'l Supt. W&. dilITU, Mapt No. 5. ' Freight & Passenger. .8 35 a m 9 2tf 11 23 12 10 1 30 3 20 5 35 8 10 pm No. 4. Freight A Passenger. 5 00m 7 40 H 55 10 35 12 10 12 SO 2 45