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DA1L.Y STATE CHRONICLE, JULY 7. 1891. t i - t : f I NORTH Ulllllli cm Winston, the Piedmont Metropolis, Victorious in All Her Under WHETHER IN DEVELOP MENTS OR IN BASEBALL. Verily She Booms Tiough it is Not ' Her Desire; She Forges Ahead, Without Any Bunco Steeriny. Stair Cor. State Chronicle. V Winston, N. C.,July G Three short months have gone to the rear since my foot last trod on Winston soil, since I left off breathing Win ston atmosphere. And in these short three months, progress seems to have changed not only the artificial part of Winston, hut nature itself has yielded to the kill ot the landscape gardener, and 1 1 . 1 1 hrieks wiin mortar nave reared many an imposing structure. It docs a young man good to come o the 1 ledmont .Metropolis, to rcatho the invigorating air .of ;opelul, prosperous and determined community and to talk to her hand f their manhood, heads together hearts together, pushing with the lend in view of building for the Car .linas the greatest industrial inland Vitv of the South. No one is paid to talk thus o Winston's progress, for she has pas d the day when she must make i ii'.o'A n to t lie world mat in the 1'ied- iont s.ction moves to the front outiir dtv whose future is as brigh s tiic noon-day sun: and whose no ililities, as they are taken advan Jiigc of day by day, only expose to view nKiililit im nf t tofore unknown. jivai iMKx.nnss in thhei: months. But back to my first declaration: :1er progress in three months, lever has there been such a build jg boom in a North Carolina town, nd I might say in the South, since i is impossible to find contractors fho will build tb'i buildings desired, houses are reared almost in a day Jr so, and even the most watchful A observers turn a street corner nly to get a glimpse of a new build g that has been reared while the orld wagged on in a few daily rev lutions. The truth cannot be hid. Jt is useless to try to do it. I have also because he loves Winston, eve- in the old-tashioned camp-meetino" ry ehort is put iortn to give . his guests the best accommodations Who has not heard of the "little blue sluggers" of Winston, who are only at home when piling the blue air above full of long and heated poJblel His table is one of the x j rT . .. . 1 j: i must popular umiug piuues aiuuug the.-hotels' of the State. Come to Winston and not only get a whiff of a hustling sort of at mosphere, .but get something good to eat. Geo. P. Pell. 11ns, ironing arouna ineir Da and crossing the home plate to the delight of an admiring crowd of adies, tobacco and newspaper men, and one distinguished lawyer whose hat is seen always radiating around his cane and his voice offered as a sacrifice for the encouragement of the Winston Baseball Team. It has long been the misfortune of the South not to give due en couragement to athletics, and con sequently she has produced nothing in that line that could be called "jam up." But now Winston leads out with the champion's pen nant, and she dares to defend it against all other claims. THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA CHALLENGED. Only Saturday, Manager Abbie Strause, sent to the Richmond pa pers for publication, a challenge to Virginia's famous University Team for a series of nine games to decide. which was rightfully the owner of the Southern pennant. Three of these games are to be played in Richmond, three in Winston and the remaining three in a town selec ted by the team which wins a ma jority, then the three other games will more than probably be played Davidson -'.-College, Mecklenburg Co., N. C. U, 1Mb USHoJui Slli, 1832. J. B. SHEARER, D. D LL. D., President, and Professor of Biblical Instruction and Moral Philosophy. W. J. MARTIN, LL. D., Vice-Pres., and Prof, of Chemistry. W. D. VINSON, M. A. , Professor of Mathematics. W. S. GRAVES, M A., Professor of Latin and French. W S. CURRELL, Ph. D., Professor of English. H. L. SMITH, A M., Professor of Natural Philosophy. C. R. HARDING, Ph D., Professor of Greek and German W. L. LINGLE, Tutor of Mathematics. style. . More recently the reputation of Jackson Springs Water became so much talked of, that very shortly a party of gentlemen sought for and obtained an option upon the Springs and some 700 acres of long-leaf pine and deep sandy land surrounding it. Samples of the water were taken to our State Agricultural Experiment Station for analysis, the result of which is as follows: Anabyus No. 6,147. No. Ca. Agricultural Dep't, Experiment Station. Raleigh N. C, Jan. 3, 1890. Sir: The sample of mineral water sent to the Station for analy sis, in a demijohn, marked P. M. Wilson, contains an evaporation, per U. S. gallon solids. Sulrhate of Potash 577 crs -miyuwie 01 oaa 363 Chloride of Soda 825 Carbonate of Soda 578 Carbonate of Lime 1.721 Carbona? of Magnesia 833 " Oxide of Iron and Aluminum .181 Sodium P hosphate Trace Silica 2.567 grs. The Master's Course. The Batchelor's Course. The Science Course. Eclectic Courses. Business Courses. Life, Health and Strength. APALAcmcoLA,FLA.,Feb. 17,1889. Messrs. Lippman Bros. Savannah: Dear Sir I will write to you to inform you that I was afflicted with Blood Disease. I tried one bottle of and it gave me no relief. I was in bed seven months. I tried prominent ph3-sicions, and tney could not do me any good. I saw your advertisement of P. P. P. in the Apalachicola Times, and thought I would try it. The bottle I got to-night makes seven or eight, and, oh, how good I feel. I have been up ever since and at my busi- sss lumber inspector, x ou may publish this if you desire. I have informed my friends that P. P. P. is life, health and strength. M. P. BOLDEST. tt tt ATLANTIC COAST LINE. Wilmington & Weldon K. K. and Branches. Condensed Bohedule Dated Jcne 7,91. TBAINS GO! NO SOUTH. ----7 Nn 23 27 Ko- 41. Daily. Daily. bnnd&y. Lv Weldon. . . .12 & r m 5 43 pm 6 SU am Ar Kocky Mt.. 140 pm 7ilam At Tarlx ro . ,.2 17 pm Lv Tarboro. ..10 33 am Ar Wilson.... 2 18pm Lv Wilaon .. .2 SU pm Ar Selma...... 3 SO pm Ar rayettevilie 5 30 pm Lit uoiasboro..3 15 pm Lv Warsaw.... 4 14 pm Lv Magnolia... 4 27 pm Ar limingtcn 6 Oj pm in Raleigh. ITS VICTOIUES THIS YEAH. The team-was organized on May IGth, and the first games played at Charlotte against Columbia (S. C.) These were mere walkovers, Win ston winning all three of the series, doing up the Palmetto boys in great shape. The next game was with Oak Ridge Institute, a team long known for its great baseballists, but they too went down before the bats of the "Blue Boys." Then a short rest was taken dur ing which the team sent out chal lenges to every club in the South and offered every team a profit if they would play them a game or so. No one answered and it was evident that Winston would come out a vic tor in a bloodless war. But pres ently Reidsville came, and after putting a Raleigh pitcher in the box for thni, Winston's Blues walked away with the game, 18 to 1 and without half trying. But Virginia's capital city con cluded to tackle them. They ob tained an Association ball twirler but he was given a lively time, and Kiclimonu lost, mnston winnmr every game of the series. Tennessee sent their champions here for three jrames and Bristol was the town that sent them, but they wen; as chaff before the wind. Mc- iij' that lias been reareu wnue tne T , T ,T. , t ii i e , i,M., . dann, Lystor and Jones, v uiston s ' I 1 1 1 ! ill-C H'UI'll Oil T CC lniUMI trT them. The Chronicle readers e L . i - know the result ot all except ui ii iitiiruiii ui uuuiiia, uwms ucj.u- ve and booms positive, but I never TIIE last game. itnessed a more surprising growth This was a true slaughter and fore. nothing less. Bristol tried almost Now the question is what build- every man she had to pitch and all were knocked out ot the box, For Degree Courses, the studies of the Freshman and Sophomore Classes are prescribed, and the studies of the Junior and Senior Classes are elec tive. For the Eclectic and Business Courses, all the studies are elective. Studies in English, in Science, and in the Bible are given due prominence. For catalogue, address the President . 7-7-2m. Ja6K son winds WATER AND- N PW An All-t he-year Hotel Total 7.516 Your obedient servant, II. B. Battle, Seal. Director. To P. M. Wilson, KaleigL, N. C. . Upon receipt of this analysis the option was closed, and the pur chasers have erected near the Springs a new and comfortable hotel, fitted it out anew, and it is now open to the public as Jackson SpringsSHoteL This new health resort is situated four miles from West End, on the Aberdeen and West JEnd Railroad, about hlteen miles southwest of Southern Pines. The Aberdeen and West End Railroad is a' branch from the Raleigh and Augusta Airl Line Road, and is the individual enterprise of Mr. A. F. Page, whose money paid far its entire construe- tion and en moment. Jackson Springs Hotel is situated in the verv heart of what is known as the Lono-Lea! Pine and Deep Sand Sectlor of North Carolina, and which has been so well termed the great San tarium for those suffering from asth inatic and pulmonary diseases. The Balmy Breezes of the Long-leaf climate being one of the most de Pine and Deep-sand Section for lightful in the South, having natu- T ICHMOND & DANVILLE RAIL- JL, ROAD COMPANY. Condensed Schedule in Effect Alav 31st, 1S81. SOUTHBOUND. DAILY. No. 9. No-11. Lv. Richmond 3 00 pm 2 55 am " HurKevme 5 11pm 4 55 am " Keys'ille 5 53 pm 5 36 am Ar. Danville 8 12 pm 8 00 am " Greensboro 10 20 pm 1019 am Lv. Goldsboro 3 57 pm tS 30 pm Ar. Raleigh 4 48 pm 11 50 pm Lv. Raleigh fi 10 pm l 30 m " Durham 7 c0 pm 3 32 am Ar. Greensboro lOCOnm SOOani Lv. Winston-Salem. 8 30pm 7 25sm ureensooro io 30 pm10 28 am 7 CO pm 7 53 am 7 40 pin 8 40 am 9 34 am 8 40 pm 9 49 am 9 55 pm 11 20 am 12 tiO am 12 02 pm . 1 52 am 1 01 pm . 6 55 am 5 03 pm . 8 tC am 7 00 pm .l2 30aml2 10am . 2 10 am lS5pm 5 32 am 4 43 pm . 6 47 urn 605 pm . 1 15 pm 12 30 am C 0 am 5 40 pm 9 10 pm nd Health Resort. "W"k.rr:spi For Dispepsia, Chronic Diarrhoea, Cystitis, Kidney Troubles, Cholera Infantum and Debility. Pulmonary and Asthmatic Troubles. Mcpherson ral deep sand and drainage, and balmy healing odors of the long-leaf pine, the invalid cannot help bul t West CVS llLUiUi OUx, lmidwvu iiVJiii nic via v ui uis ui llt.'I arrival. -PROPRIETORS r, ; . , , . . JLiie neinooriiooa is settlea oy Juu, iuoore uounty, n. i;. tbe descondnnts of th.it. it tin rrmmr on r o o o - Winston making 26 runs to Bris tol's G. , -0-: brawny and hardy, 1 .IT Hospitable race TIIE MANAGER OF THE BLUES. The success of everything de- IIGKR ARE TIIE FACTS. Over loO .icv dwellings. Reynolds tobacco factory, seven lories 53x200 feet. lirown Iiros.' immense factory. Lends upon "good management and W . YV. Wood & Uo's tactory. this is most noticeably true in base W. A. Wlntakcr's Quelle tobacco ball. Mr. Abbie Strause is the man forks. who has so successfullv manatred .... I . o First National 15ank buiiaing the team this year. He is a hand $00,000); handsomest in the State, some, popular, energetic, and en- lhc Zinzendort (hotel.; thusiastic young man rnd the boys Christian Church. are greatly attached to him. At New Market and City Hall. the most critical points in games. Resides these the Winston-Salem -when it seemed that the enemy was and and Investment Company has getting in jts work, he has made ut a large iron bridge across tne changes in the positions which idem creek and constructed a have alwavs resulted in victorv. r line over their lands. They He is a SDlendid general of his forces ve also disposed of $30,000 worth and his team has confidence in his lots by private sale. judgement. TuE LOTS SOLD LAST Wfcb-K.. nOTEL QUINCT IMPROVEMENTS. Last week was a red letter day Despite the fact that the hotel ac- real estate here. Uver two commodations of .Winston are limit bndred lots were sold, and at good ed,there is a disposition on the part of rcics, aggregating over $8U,UUU. Mr. Quincy, proprietor of the Hotel uiiciij tvy mi ui mo wuhu; wuiiicv, io ni up me ounuinsT ne s divided up into lots and sold n0w holds with every modern im- turday and the sale was a mag- provement. Since the year opened Running far back beyond the the Scotch, whose hearts are ever memory of the earliest settlers of open to wclcome all who come Moore County, North Carolina, amonff them. there has bubbled forth from a solid The value of the Jackson Springs rock-bed some sparkling springs, the Water as a remedy for and cure of now oi wnicn iorms a nine nvuiei indigestion in all of its forms, par- oi clear, coia, enervescmg water, ticularly dyspepsia and diarrhoeal carrying in its liquid depths many diseases, kidney and bladder trou- j of Nature's remedial and curative bles, dropsy, cystitis and all debili- qualities. These have lonjr been known to V- the neighborhood as Jackson Springs. For many years, that the waters of Jackson Springs possessed min eral properties which were power ful remedial and curative for indigestion, dyspepsia, cystitis, taring causes is well known. The healing influences of inhal ing the odors of the long-leaf pine and living in and breathing the pure atmosphere of this deep sand drainage is not to be disputed. We desire to extend to all who are sufferers from these terrible dis eases all the benefits which Nature has so bounteously bestowed upon ficent success. Winston's victorious blues. And there is nothing lacking re of which other large and owiiijj towns can boast, wnemer he in institutions, enterprises, or ;n in athletics. ne nas added a number oi new rooms, and is now having his cellar divided into handsome closets. Mr. Quincy, notwithstanding he has a monopoly in the business, is never found takinir advantage of it. Not m . -a 1 116 " In t hi a anrl xsra h a rck nnpnpn dropsy diarrheal, and, in fact, all the Jackson Springs Hotel, and in debihtating affections was Wn the publ;cFtolts iospitaiity at 'r, . r . T reasonable rates. maae ineir nomes in ine lmmeaiaie neighborhood. But so remarkable had been the effects upon those who, after finding their medicinal quali ties had subjected themselves to their influences, that their reputa tion could not be confined to so small a limit, and rapidly through out Moore and -nto adjoining coun For further particulars address Mcpherson & Thompson. West End, Moore Co., N. C. Ar Salisbury. Ar. Statesville... ' sbeville... Hot Springs Lv. Salisbury ... Ar. fJnarJAtte Spartanburg, ... " Greenville " Atlanta Lv. Charlotte Ar. Columbia Augusta 10 20 am NORTHBOUND. DAILY. No. 10. No. 12. Lv. Augusta T 00 pm10 45 am Columbia 11 00 pm 2 00 pm Ar. Charlotte 4 CO am 6 30 pm Lv. Atlanta 7 00 pm 8 10 am Ar. Char'otte 5 10 am 6 40 pm " Salisbury 6 52an 8 35dui Lv Hot Springs 4 48 pm12 28 pm Asheville 6 25 pm 2 15 pm Statesville 3102 pm 6 40 Dm Ar. Salisbury Olam 7 3tpm Lv. Salisbury 7 00 am 8 45 pm Ar. Greenbo.io a 44 am 10 30 pm Ar. WinstoiJ-Ssikni.!! 35 amt.2 20 am Lv. (ireensboro 10 30 am12 10 am Ar. Durham 12 33 pm 4 35 em Raleigh 129 pm 715 am Lv. Raleigh l 34 pm tS 45 am Ar G ldsboro 3 10 pm 12 20 pm Lv Gre-msboro 8 5iam10 opui Ar. Danville 10 4 am 1 - 20 am Keysville 1 6 pm 4 13 am Hurkevide 211 pm 4 55 am Richmond 4 10 pin 7 00 am ITaily except Sunday. Daily. BETWEEN "West Point and liichmo'cd. Leave West Point 7.50 a m daily and 8.M- a m daily except Sunday and Men day; arrive Richmond 9.15 and 10 40 a n.. Returning leave Richmond 310 p m and 4 45 p m daily except Suncay; arrive West Point 5.10 and tJ.tO p m hetween iiichmoiul and Raleish. vi. KevviUe. Leave Richmond 3.00 n m daily: leave Keysville 6.00 p m; arrive Uxford 8.03 p m; nenaersou y.io pm: uurDum 9.35 p i.; naieiga iu.4U p m. Keturmce leave Kaleign 8.15 a m daily. Durham 9 30 a m; He derson 9 35 a m; Oxford 10,55 a m: arrive Keysville l.Oo p m: Richmond 4.10 p m. Through coach between Richn ond and Raleigh. Mixea trams leave Key&ville dailv except Sunday 9.10 am; arrives Dur ham 6 50 p m. Leaves Durham 7.15 a m, daiJy except Sunday; arrives Oxford 9.10 a m. Leaves Durham 7.30 d m daily except Sunday; arrives Kevsville iwpm. weaves 'Xiora 3 co a m. dailv except Sunday; arrives Durham 5.05 a m. Additional trains leaves Oxford dailv except Sunday 7.00 and 11.10 a. m. ar rive Henderson 8.00 a m, 12 10 p m. turning leave Henderson 6.40 and 9.40 p m daily except Sunday, amve Oxford 4.4o ana iu.4d p. m. Washing' on and Southwestern Ves tibule Limited opperated between Washington and Atlanta daily, leaves wasnmg'on 8 40 p. m. Danville 3 45 a. m trreensDoro 5.10 a. m.. Salisburv 6.34 a. m. Charlotte 7.55 a. m.. arrives Arlanta 2.25 p. m. Returnine. leave Atlanta 12 25 d m.. Charlotte 9.20 d. m., Salisbury 10 32 p. m. Greensboro 12.03 a. m ; arrives Danville L30 a.m.; Lynchburg 3 35 a. m., Washington 9.30 a.m. No. 9, leaving Goldsboro 2.57 1. m and Raleigh 6. 10 p. m. daily makes con nection at Durham with No. 40. leav ing at 7 30 p. m. daily except Sunday for Oxford and Keysville. Nos 9 and io connect at Richmond from and to West Point and Baltimore daily except Sunday. TRAINS GOUvQ KOKTH. . No.ia Daily ei Ko. 14. No. 78. cept Daily. Daily. Bud day. Lv Wilmington 12 35 am 9 15 am 4 25 pm Lv Magnolia 10 57 am 6 10 pm Lv Wnreaw 11 11 am 6 25 pm Ar O.ldsboro.. 2 55 am 12 05 pm 7 3)pm Lv Fayetteville . . .... 9 10 am Artielma 11 C8 m Ar WiUon 12 lu pm Lv Wilen .... 3 35 am 12 5S pm 8 23 pm Ar K'y Mount 1 30 pm 8 53 pm Ar Tarboro 2 17 pm Lv Tarboro 10 3-yini ; Ar Weldou.... 5 05 am 2 55 pm 10 00pm Daily except Sunday. Trains on Scotland Neck liranch Road leave Weldon 3:k) p m, Halifax; 3:22 p m, arrive Scotland Neck t 4:15 pm, Greeuville 6:02 pm; hiurt -n 7:10 T) .4 J . ! 0m . .y. , pw. iveiurmng leave aicmuu :wm, uirtenvuie oao a in. arriving uaiiiax at 11:00 am, Weldon 11:25 a m, daily except Sunday. Local Fright train leaves Weldon on Monday, Wednesday ai:d Friday at 7:00 a m, anivii.-g Scotland Ixrtk i(:03 a m. Greenville 2:t0pJ! . Ki s-uiia pti. Returning lea e K:x Tues days, ThUlJ-dv;) I"t atUl.;;ys, at lo.to a in, 8th uk (.-rctiix i i H u m, Scotland XccL 'd.lj y m, .., a C;2o p m. Train leaves Tarboro, c, via Al bemarle & Italeiih II. R, d uly, except Suiiday, 4:05 p m., Suxh!h 3:(k) p m; arrive wiliiaiuetrt, . J. f:'6 p m, 4:20 p m, Plymouth ?:'A) y m, 5:20 p m. Returniuji leavtfc Pij mouth daily, except Sunday. 0:.J) h m, Sun day 9:00 a m, Wiihauiblou, -N.C, 7:M? a m, U:5S a m. Arm iug 1 ;n boro 10:05 a m, ll:v0 a m. Train on Midland, X. C , iiraucb. leaves Goldsboro, N. C, di!y, except Sunday, 7:00 a m, arrive mm Liiid, 2i. C.,f:Uam. Retv.mii.g k.;cs MuiLh iicld, N. t',., 9:kp m; arrie GoUlsuro, N. C, i0:3t) a ui. Train on Nashville Iiiai'ch lenves Rates Woman's Christian Temper ance Union Convention, Dur ham, N. C. For ahove occasion the Richmond & Danville railroad will sell tickets SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE. ties, went the glad tidings to the to Durtmm, N.C., and return at afflicted ones. tn ioiiowing rates irom points Visitors from the surroundinsr named: country became freouent and nu- Charlotte, N. C, $6.65; Greens- merous, and their tay of longer bor0 2-95J Winston-Salem, 4.30 ' I TT 1 C M f T"tl 1 n V duration, to the4 extent that many nenaerson, z.o; itaieign, i.o; small cabins were erected, and often Selma, 2.95; Goldsboro, 3.85. whole families would drop in and Tickets on sale July 14th to 17, remain for a week or more: cookimr inclusive; good returning July 19th. in the open air, sleeping in tents orl tes from intermediate points in 0 0 I A 7 1 O , i . . only because he is a gentleman, but I wagons, and caring for themselves I ame proportion. On trains 9 and 10, Pullman Buffett Sleeper between Atlanta and New York ; between Danville and Augusta, and Goldsboro (via Asheville) and Knoxville. Tenn. On 11 and 12, Pnllman Bnffett Sleeper between Washington and New Orleans via Montgomery and between Rich tt and and Danville. Raleigh and Greensboro, and Pullman Bnffett Sleepers between New York, Washing ton ana knoxville via JJanville, Salis bury ana Asnevnie. R. R BRIDGERS, W. A TURK, Superintendent. Div Pass. A trt. . Raleieh. N. C. Raleisrh, N. C. W. JJ. (jMEKN, J. Li. TAYLOR. GenT M'e'r. Gen. Pass. Asr't. Washington, D. C. "Washington, D. C. SULi. HAS5, Traffic Manager. Richmond, Va. Reeky Mount at :00 m, arrives at 2vasiiilla 3:-0 p m, priim Hop 4:15 pm, Returning Ivavts .Siii: lI"io 10:X) am, Nasbvil? Ku:r a m ..irive Hocky Mount 11:15 a ni, di?Jy. txctpt Sunday. Train on Clinton Branch 1 t- War saw lor Clinton daily, e::ccj t Saflay, at 6:30 1 m and 11:5 a m. Kcui iiiiig leaves Clinton at tzi a m ai:i 3.;o p m, connecting at Warsaw with Nt-s. 41, 40, 23 and 7S. Southbound Train ou Wil.-on and Fayetteville Brakct is No. 51. North bound is No. 50. ,Daily, except Sun day. Train No. 27 South. &nd H Nonh, will stop only at o.ky vonut. Wilson, Goldsboro and Magnolia Train No. 78 nmkes c!oe connec tion at Weldon lir all points North daily. All rail via. Richmond, and -ail v, except Sunday, via bay lAu?. JOHN ". HI VINE. Gen'l J? apt. J. R. KFXLY, A i Ctu i y.u, KMK.HSnN iit-nV Atft. CAriJFKAU Ai V A 1) h I t VAI. l.ifeV RAILWAY l.Oill'AKY. CONDENSED HCIiEDrLK In effect June 14th, 1K1. IOliTH BOUND. Dady ex Daily cx Daily ex Monday. Sunday, bunday. No. 2. No. 4. No. 16. Lv Wilmington. 9 20 am Ar Faye'eville..l2 50 pm Lv Fave evilie.. l 20 pm Lv Sanford 2 3 pm Ar Greensboro. 5 24 pm Lv Greensboro. 5 3opm Lv Walnut Cove 7 Oo pm Ar Sit. Airy.... 9 00 pm Lv Uennettaville o 3i) am XrMaxton.... 9 40 am Lv Maxton 9 50 am Ar Fayftteville 11 15 am Lv llamstur 7 25 am Ar Greensboro 10 C5 am Lv Greensboro 10 35 am Ar Madison 12 50 pm SOUTH BOUND. Daily ex Daily ex Daily ex Sunday. Sunday. Sunday. No. 1. No. 3. No. 15. Lv Mt. Airy 5 30 am Lv Wali-ut Cove 7 17 am Ar Greensboro. . 1 45 am Lv Greensboro 10 30 am Lv Sanford ... .12 58 pm , Ar Fayetteville 2 25 pm Lv Fayetteville 2 50 pm Ar Wilmington 6 05 pm Lv Fayetteville 3 CO pm Ar Maxton 4fi5pm Lv Maxton 5 10 pm Ar Ben'ttaville 6 20pm.. Lv Madison 1 45 pn Ar Greensboro 355 pa Lv Greensboro 4 15 pm Ar BamsccJ ... 7 15 pm W. E. KYLE, Genl Pasnger Aent J. FRY. Genl Manacer. NOTICE. In pursuance of require ment in Charter of Commercial and Farmers' Rank of Raleigh, NC.f notice is hereby given to the subscrib ers of stock to said Bank to meet in the office of Pace & Holding, in the city of Raleigh, on the 3d day of July next, at 3 p.m., for the purpose of formally or ganizing said Rank. This June iiGth, lfeOl. A. F. PAGE, FRED PHILIPS, A. A. THOMPSON, R. B. RA NEY, C. G. LATTA and others. 6-20-td. Corporators . ft ".