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DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, JUNE 25. 1891.'
1 r- SOME OF THE RICH OF ME DURHAM The Durham Consolidated Land and Improvement Company will have their first auction sale of lots July 7th, 8th and 9th. j22tt Some of the Results of Patient Industry and Enterprise. To the Ladles. QThere are thousands of ladies throughout the country whose sys tems are poisoned, and whose blood is an .impure condition from the ab sorption of impure matter, due to menstrual irregularities. This class are peculiarly benefited by the wonderful tonic and blood-cleansing FARMER DOTS GROW TO BE Pfop o?ll JS lvooi aim iuuisMum 1 . x. jl . Roses and bounding health take the place of the sickly look, the lost j....- iru:. rr T7,r- wi system. P. P. P. is the cure be )rui KJ fVII 1 lltvi-J I ire 10 get 11 ai once. P. P. P. is recommended by physicians because they see its healthy effects an arounu them. A leading physician in New Yorfc and director of one of the large hos pitals, says. Feb. 8, 1890, he has made xise of the P. P. P. sent him. and was pleased to say P. P. P. proved effica cious in a number of cases, anaaaas, it is no more than he should havean- icipated from the satisfactory combi nation of such well-known drugs. A prominent railway superintendent of Savrnnah (name given on applica tion) says he was crippled by a disease in legs and arms, powerless towaiKor IRST GRAND MILLIONAIRES, Serve, and Smiles on Those 7io Merit Her Favor. (Stall Cor. to BUte Chronicle.) Rates to the Pharmaceutical Atso elation. For the above occasion the Rich mond & Danville railroad will sell Durham, N. C, June 23 For- tickets to Morehead City, N. C, tunc docs indeed wait upon those an(j return at the following rates who serve; she turns her back upon fr01I1 points named. Tickets on those who only wait. She acknowl- saie juiy 4th to the 9th inclusive. edges no Micawber doctrine that limited returning July 15th, 1891: "something will turn up" to make From Charlotte, $12.90; Con- exertion needless. cord, $12.10; Salisbury, $11.55; It is realized with marvelous sig- Asheboro, $11.45; Norwood, $13.00; niticance among those who are now Greensboro, $10.10; Winston-Sa classed as the rich men of Durham. iem $11.05; Wilkesboro, $13.40 men rightly now known as million- Elkin, $12.60; Burlington, $9.40 aires, ami introducing almost for the Durham, $7.85; Oxford, $9.30 iirst time that dazzling name into Henderson, $9.35; Kaleigh, $G.70 1 A T A I . 1 " . . modest North Carolina nomencla ture. Hut none of these men were born with silver spoons in their mouths; none were men who were born rich, as it is called; none of wealthy lineage, or who had the hope of aid from wealthy connections. They came into the world like the rest of us, and some of them were laid upon hard places. Poverty was their lot, and hard work their destiny. The contrasts between then and now, reads like a romance of the Arabian Nights. Once there was privation, endless toil, the Selma, $5.15. Rates from inter mediate points in same proportion. Auction Sale Lots July or ,3sr.o., 7th, 8th arid 9th, 1891. ATLANTIC COAST LINE. Wilmington & Weld on ic. xv, and Branches. Condensed Schedule Dated June 7, 91. TRAINS GOING SOUTH. No. S3. 27. No. 41. , Fwt Mail. Daily ex DailT. Da.il V. Knnrltv Lv Weldon.. . .12 Su pm 5 43 pxa 6 30 am Ar Rocky Mt.. 140 pm 721am Ar Tarboro ...2 17 pm Lv Tarboro. . .10 35 am " ' ' Ax Wilson.... 2 18 pm 7 00pm 7 53 am Excursirm Tinto fir.0 T?., T?o , A ,:n I V7 Wilson SO pm eat without assistance, having lost the be on sale at all stations of th ttichmnnd and "nanvillo "Ruilrrmd. thP Ar Fayette'yille 5 30 pm use or nis limus oy rneumausm, ma- T ,!, . 7 - " , ," , ' Lv Goldsboro .3 15 xm 7 4n Vn -C laria. dvsnpnsm. tP. PVwsiHnns her Lynchburg and Durham and Thirlmm and Northern. rZ ,A? ?m 7 40Pxa ?9ata " . - i r I - . iirw.,t ua 9 S tin scub uwii w xow iuijs. auu mey r - . I LiV Magnolia. - .1 U7 Dm 8 40 Tim 9 Q &m turned him here, and he was as com- TWa will 1 a flA tm;a B.i.f.!J -l ArWilmineton6 0tipm 9 55 Dm 11 2n A course of P. P. P. has made him a business lots, in the beautiful well-drained and healthy West End Sub- wcu lunu. i urns ot l inrhom ' lv n tt, qt, a ot, c ti P. P. P. is known anions nhvsicians ' Ui WUV- TBA1NS GOIHG NORTH. No. 40. Daily ex- The lots will be sold at auction without reserve. No prices fixed or I Daily. Daily HtfnS limit put on the lots advertised for sale. Lv Wiliningionl2 35am 9 15 am 4 25 pm liv laagnoua ivot am o iu pm These lots are beautifully located and adioininsr the sreat Trinity Ar G.ldeboroV. 255 am 12 05 pm 7 30 urn College Grounds, fronting on streets 60 feet wide with alleys 20 feet HlSL6?6116 Primary, Secondary and Tertiary wide in rear. Being just outside the city limits they are free from city Ar Wilson. .'..' .'.'.'. 12 jo pm Syphilis, old sores pimples, blotches, taxes. J J J Lv Wilson .... 3 35 am 12 58 pm in the South for its various and won derful cures as the great purifier of the age. Blood Poison scrofula, blood and mercurial poison and skin diseases are eradicated by the use of P. P P Hosts of certificates The street car line owned by the Durham Consolidated Land and are in office to show the cures m these t xr . m -, diseases where all other medicines have improvement Company now runs to the Trinity College grounds and failed. Rheum atim Inflammatory, gout, sciatic and its kindred diseases with its excrutiating the Company expect to continue it to the center of this property, thus giving purchasers the advantage of country and city life and a chance lor a cheap lot which will probably double or thribble in value within six months. There is no better onnortunitv for the sneculator. Therp. is no hpt- PTp!p1SSS ter opportunity for a cheap and desirable home in a delightful and f&. ly Ash, PokeKoot and Potassium., healthy climate and within a few minutes' walk of the famous Trinity Mondav Wedi pm 8 23 pm Ar R'y Mount 1 30 pm 8 53 pm at xarooro a 17 pm Lv Tarboro 10 35 am Ar Weldon.... 5 05 am 2 55 pm 10 00 pm Daily except Sunday. Trains on Scotland Neck Branch Road leave Weldon 3.-00 p m, Halifax; 3:22 p m, arrive Scotland Neck at 4:15 p m, lireenville 6:02 p m; hineton 7:10 p m. Returning leave Kineton 7:00 a m, lireenvllle 8:10 a m. Arriving Halifax at 11:00 am, Weldon 11:25 a m, daily Catarrh ni( . , -it 1 . i t r I r ' I lu-uuc., -x.w t.uuv.i.j v.vrv V AJU P. P., and get well and enjoy the bless- nrt. fi,0 i,0i.0 . i,,,,,.. . nA . aa . I nrrivp Willi amston. N. O. fi:30 n m : a 1. - j j r - a.i r i vv. ini ll, kii ii rv r? . cicYcii uiuniirn i trwuix bi iiimia . ii iiiir; .'limt.ii ni.mjiii . i - - - - sr 11114 oiiiy t.o oe ucrivtrQ iroin xne use 01 . - ' ' o ' o 420 n m Plymouth 750 p m 520 P. P. P. Prickly Ash, Poke Root and tour railroads ; a street car line in successful operation ; electric lights; p" m; Returning leaves Plymouth telephone; water works (the purest and best water in the State), and a daily, except Sunday, 6i20am, Sun fine fire riPnnrtmpnt day 9:00 a m' Williamston, N. C, 7:40 line nre department. & m 9.58 a Arriving Tarboro 10:05 Durham is the home of State pride, and the leaders of enterprise, am, il:voam. . It. Dnrlmm tlint flvct fnrn to rf wnrld fnworrl "MtV, Train on Midland, N. C., Branch " V t o leaves Goldsboro, N. C, daily, except Carolina, and gave the btate credit tor producing something besides Sunday, 7:00 a m, arrive Smithfleld, N. "Iloop-poles, Tar I'itch and Turpentihe" BS&Sia; More money has been spent by Durham Enterprises advertising Qt io:30 a m. North Cvrolina. than all the balance of the State put together. Train 'on Nashville Branch leaves More money has been given to educational and other objects for the ShvilleO3-40 du Drimr HoDee45 unlifting of humanity, by the citizens of Durham than by the balance of p m. Returning leaves Spiing Hope the State nut toother 10:00 am, Nashville 10:35 a m arrive inc siaic put tocuier. Rocky Mount 11:15 a m, daily, except Durham has done more to cause the outside world to change its es- Sunday, flmot. f Xnwl. PnwiliiiQ tlinn tV. lolon rf tVi Rtaf rkut incrrthnr- Train on Clinton Branch leaves War- . . ,,.r , , saw for Clinton daily, except Sunday, Durham claims to be the wealthiest town in the btate, and, accord- at 6:30pmandll:i5am. Returning ins to population, the wealthiest town in the South. "eaves Clinton at 8:2 a m and 3:10 p m, 0 ,f 1 .... . . i 11 -rk i connecting at Warsaw with Nos. 41, 40, rve millionaires, who made their money in Durham, reside 111 the 23 and 78. town. ' Southbound Train on Wilson and u Ml . T". i 1 -XT il A I 1 I iv I i jpayeiteviiie xsraiico isno. 01. .vurLu- 1 1 I INI I bound is No. 50. Daily, except Sun day. Train No. 27 South, and 14 North. Cast your lot where there is money, if you hope to make money, will stop only at r ocky Mount, Wilson, !-. 1-1,1 a l l a A 1:1,1 uoiobooro auu luaL'uouti. lA.ust; yvui -iuiuieu 111 n ltuucu luiiiiuuiuij , iiunjii uiuttu-guacu, uwiai i Train No 78 makes close Is Consumption Incurable? Read the following, Mr. C. II. Morris, Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with Abscess of Lungs, and fripnds nnd nlivsipinna nrrmrnnpp1 1 , r 1 . . Potassium me an mcurauie consumptive, ise gan taking Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle, and able to over see the work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever made." Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says: "llatl it not been lor Ur. Con- train 1 ftaves VV pi rl rm nn ty I MondRV. WrlnAsdav and Fridav at College, which will commence its first term in Durham September 1st, 7:00 a m, arriving Scotland Neck 10:03 1891, affording a fine opportunity to educate young men cheaply. gj "itatoT Durham already has a population of 8,000 ; the largest cigarette days, Thursdays and Saturdays at Originates in scrofulous taint. P. P. P. "iciory m tne united states; the largest smoking tobacco tactory in the stland Neck 3-20 nm Weldon 6-2ft purities the blood and this prevents United States; the largest fertilizer factory in North Carolina; a large pm. Tram leaves Tarooro, jn. u., via ai- CUUUni. I ii i j i A 1 -i t I Trnln leavM T"nTViftrn !M. I vln A 1 For Old Sores Skin Eruptions, Pirn- "uu wcwr) j uuy smaner out very imporiani smoking anapiug Derfe & Raleigh R. i My except les, Ulcers and Syphilis; use only P. tobacco factories; four mammouth warehouses for the sale of leaf tobac- Sundav. 4:05 d m.. Sunclav 3:00 n m- hard usage of manual la.or, their King's New Discovery for daily sun rising io marMiai in wie sumi)tion j woul(l have dicd of long line of weary hours to end in Lung Troui,U,s. Was given up by the gloom of despair. Sonic entered doctors. Am now in best of health." iiu-iui uuiwumn vMu,., ; it. Sample bottle tree at ut hardsinps, ami iook ra-ma uiui m j0in y. McRae's drugstore. themselves did not lead to fortune. ' T " ri ". a?r'fs?- Hotel Alexander. Draomsts, to them all roads led to tortune it IlvUUl 1 llUilUHUUl OO trod with hope and courage and industry and perseverance. 1S1. It would l.o ol.trusive impcrti- nPFN IVIMTPR flNn SI1MMRR. . . . 1 I V-fl Ul 1 IIIIIIUII III 11 I If IlM I nenee io suggest now inuen asu- LlDDman WHO-LESAEE Sole Proprietors, SAVANNAH, GA. ington Duke is worth, how much IJ. N Duke, how much J. 11. Duke how nun h (J. W. Watts are worth, or how Julian S. Carr whose name iy thf State synonyuious for gener ous liberality is worth, that the public have iu concern with except to draw contrasts between their conditions in life and note the re sults , It is enough to know that they are rich men, and deservedly so. They are the architects of their own fortunes. They have climbed to the heights of wealth by their own cflbrts, aided with the adhcreanei to a strict integrity without which wealth is a shame and a curse, and not a pride and a blessing. Fortunes so made encourage oth ers to clForts rather than fills them with envy. The same road is open to all, the same results may be achieved by the employment of the Ten miles below Asheville, p W. N. C. R. R. Terms: minded gentlemen, and this, of itself, will be advantage to them, bo COME TO DURHAM and you and your children can always, like Paul, who boasted that he was a Roman citizen, rise before any audience ANTICEPIIALALGINK ant exclaim with pride, "I am a citizen of Durham." $o0 to $40 per month. $7.50 to $10 per week. $1.50 per day. 50c. per meal. same agencies. llow's ThU? We offer one hundred dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that can can not be cured by aking Hall's Catarrh Cure. 1 Iron and Free-m Water. UMliards, Ten-pin AUy, Croquet, Ktc. Good food, good rooms, good attention. Daily hack to Asheville, besides daily trains in all directions. R. B. & J. N. Vance, junl2-lm. Asheville, N. C. The Farmers' Allliance As an organization has endorsed and elected to olTice those who they think vlll advance their interests financially and politically. Cleveland Springs, as a Health Resort, has been endorsed and recommended by those who have tested the virtues of its waters, and know Ironi experience the wonderlul powers Anti-cephal-algine. Has been thoroughly tried and tested, and pronounced by all who have tried it to be the teat and eatest remedy lor HeicLiche and Neuralgia on the market, will cure in fifteen or twemy minutes. For sale by all Drug gists. 25c. and 50c. a bottle. Manulac- tured only by the proprietor, Jas. I. Johnson, (Successor to Lee, Johnson & Co). PLedeigti 3ST. O- Terms so Liberal that all Can Buy. Descriptive catalogues, maps and other information furnished free on application to Ft. H. WRIGHT, Secretary and Treasurer, DURHAM, N. C. connec tion at Weldon for all points North daily. All rail via Richmond, and dail Y, except Sunday, via Bay Line. JOHN F. D1V1XE, Gen'l Supt. J. R. KENijY, Asa't Gen'l Man, T. M. EMERSON. Gen'l Fasa. Agt. PROVIDENT SAVINGS LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. OF Fairview Stock-Faim. NEW Y I'. J. Cheney & Co., Props., To- they possess in the cure of all diseases () ' of the blood, liver, bladder or kidneys, i.r i i i i or dyspepsia, malaria, nervous debility V e, the undersigned have known or any of the ills to which flesh is heir. F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, i yu a a sullerer, tnererore, and brlieve him perfectly honora ble in all business transactions, and financially abb; to curry out all of ligations made by their linn. West & Trnax, AVhokale drug gists, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the Mstrm. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Rradyerotine is recommended by ecrvboly who uses it for headache. Repudiate in Toto All patent medicines you have been us ing in the -vain hope of being cured, and go .'it once to this fountain which natur-i has prepared for the relief of HuHVrincc humanity, for after a few days use of its waters you will become as enthusiastic over their merits as the Alliance leaders are over The Sub-Treasury Bill, Or any other measure which they think necessary for the advancement and suc cess of their party. For analysis, testimonials, etc., ad-.V-ss, J. B. WILKINSON, Proprietor Cleveland Springs, junlikl&w-am, Shelby, N. C. TESTIMONIALS: Kaleigh, N. C, Feb. 19, 1890. Messrs. Lee, Johnson & Co.: Gentlemen: I take great pleasure in adding my testimony to the worth of your Ariticttphalaljnne as a fpecihe for nean- a3he in all forms. For many years I have been a great sullerer with thi ailment anr take pleasure m stating that in no instance when directions wer followed, has it failed to give immediate relief J. H. CORDON, Tastor Edenton St. Uhurch. Raleigh, N. Jan. 24, 1890. Messrs. Lee, Johnson & Co.: Gentlemen: Some days ago I was suf fering Torn a head a he, so intense as to force me tiom my bimness, but upon od- fainiritT a rlrtwia of uc.iii' ' A ntinli.lfl.lf?'ine was so much lelievded as to be able to re main at my pot-t f duty. It is a fine i emedy, and I trust that you may make its merits known to std-xrerfc and the public. Youra truly, J. M BARBEE. jun2-l&wly. Clerk at Foi-toffio. -:o:- STALLIONS IN SERVICE. VTOTICE. In pursuance of require i ment in Charter of Commercial and Farmers' Bank of Kaleigh, N. U, notice is hereby given to the subscrib ers of st ock to said Hank to meet m the oilice of Pace & Holding, in the city ot Raleigh, on the 3d day of .July next, at 3 p. m., for the purpose of formally or ganizing said Bank. This June 20th, 18' )1 A. F. PACxE, FEED PHILIPS, A. A. THOMPSON, Ii. B. KA NPY, C. G. LATTA and others. C-20-td. Corporators. j,i-w,)t!jWBV':!-t!-:W-I'MI. H!r I? f ? , virpv ..y V.V i liiiiiiiii mi wmBmm I Ci- si:BiKai!Maijiiiii:! j'-I ms---r-xmai war "rmviif -MMWn3as IBIIfiiBpBHI, 1 i Franklin Chief. .Standard No. 3117. 10 in 2.30 list. c-, - n . 1 IT -.4. TT 1 rC mm SHEPPARD H8MANS, President. mi so m cent in mwm We Are Familiar With Other Flans. We Believe Ours to be the Best. We Ask You to Investigate it. 35 in 2.30 list. Uncas. Standard No. 7150. Sire: Seneca Chief, No. 278. 5 in 2.30 list. Hamhle- J MIC. ikjsuivn n , 4 tonian, No. 10, 'i-! with 900 descendants 2.80 list. in Franklin Ghiet's . to insure mare with foal $40.00 $25.00 If Yon Want Proteciion Only, It You Want the Rci Hndoivment, If You Went Limited 1'ayment in surance. BUY CF US. J. S. JONES, MANAGER, GREENSBObO, jST. O. ma3 2 Mountain Park Hotel, HOT SPRINGS, N. C. Under Entire New Manaopmcnt. This charming resort in tho raorin cains has been leased for a term of yeers Tahie Mares sent to my horses will be kept as my own tor 2i) cents per day. Modern in all appointment'- .ken to prevent,- but will not be responsi and escapes. Standard-bred .billies and Lolts tor sale. A. -. -,. i 5'ze ana well furnished, natural not XX. -I juny-tf. Apply to B. P. WILLIAMSON, Raleigh, N. C. 5-ater haths in marble pools are luxu rious. Amusment for tlic nieasnro seeker; rest for the over-worked: health for the invalid. For T r.?tes adlrss - V.v.KO, junlC-Cm. Proprietor.