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DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, AUGUST 1,1891.
-S 'THE til! OF SPRINGS All these features form not only a picture ot indescribable ma? 0 nmcence, but exert a controlling influence upon the health and the I longevity 01 human lite. Volumes might be written upon the salubrity ot the climate. It has attracted the 1 r attention of physicians and invalids CSt Wai'd uic oiai ui throughout the country, and has Cmpire Takes its TTTTT TT TT HH HH BHHHH HH HH SEEEE EEE EEEEE MUTUAL LIFE Wav. wr :ai 1 iiiji vi. m 1 (J) (111"" 1,1 X r CITY. IT 7 V n J'li'i'' nna iiiipTovcmeia ... Hare Made Tins Moun- the Gem of tain Towns. been the subiect of discussion in conventions of the medical frater nity. Persons who from any cause have become debilitated, whether by malaria, dyspepsia or overwork have ' T A i, found restoration by a short resi dence here. It is not the purpose of this arti cle to dwell at length upon the early history of this town, vet a brief limpse of these annals is essential to a rirht understanding of tL causes which ordained its location and promoted its development. At the beginning, fifty years ago, the spot on which Shelby now stands was a rugged mountain height, des titute of the slightest suggestion of hospitality. From this, within the brief space of five decades, has been OF NEW YORK. RICHAED A. McCUKBY, Peesibent. LEIGH AND GASTON RAILROAD, in etfect Sunday, Jueo 14th, 1891. TBAINS MOVTSG KOSTH. v.. No. 34. No. EJi. Pnhe. Daily Pass. & Mail t:""". Daily ex. Sun : . .y ...... 0 00 pre ft... 5 15pm VS.ifc,.. 5 gy via 'Ton.... 0 CM pc?. Kittreii j is pu Henderson 33 p-j Warren Pis.ii. a 7 Macon 7 Ar Wekioa , , 3 30 pm 7 14 rm 11 25 am 11 41 am 12 05 va 12 '26 pm 12 1 0-1. m 1 pm 1 46 pin 2 45 i L vv 3icLor So. 41. .1. Assets Liabilities...., .$147,154.CS1 2' 137,173,727 82 Surplus $9,931,233 33 (. Stalf Correspondence.) evolved a beautiful and Avell-ordered Ki-r.v, N. C, July 30, 1891 town 0f over 2,500 inhabitants, fill- Uy called out uie uraKeman, ed with splendid buildings, alive with all the multifarious arteries of industry and trade, and bristling with activity. It is supplied with peerless schools, churches, and lux urious homes; with broadly enlight ened and enterprising people, who, the power within 11 .1 A. 1 or OllCe VUU wum uiiu(.ijiaiiu plainly what he said. : ilo train slowed up a chorus wv- a. ntorian voices broke in upon i r . n. 1 ,i "Ilijrht here for the The car was completely Dy empi0yin Ar Wari t u Pi,u.iB. Cl61'BLixi. . . . . Eittrel Frarkbnton . . . Yvaiia Purett,. . iiill iirock .0 pii 22 piu 30 pia 17 pin 40 tv.ii leu ; r to was seem so we went we try I.V.' for everybody the Springs. It o be fashionable, of course, for ishionable also, though we have A . 1 il.-l mics cnieriaineu some iears mai i-ffurts in that direction might illy be both ridiculous and pa w However this may be, we t we were bound to be "in it." ut cn our way, or rather to get )ur way, we passed through !.y, the "City of Springs." It with both pleasure and surprise we saw for the first time the Vitv an'lthe business of this gem a. a ,.e -iv . a k lnuumam iuwiis oi vebieni tl Curolina. We bejmn to in- ii.to its prospects and history, i ...ii ini cue in me carriajre couiu them, stimulated by one of the best -t . m climates nnaer tne sun and rapidly execute dertakinjrs. The town great ' has it 1 ... ' 1 i . .. . i:iuoii we resoiveu xo re-visii -V and and learn somethins more ver, of its if its conceive un- j lent streets, though they are as yet unpaved, well shaded and brilliantly lighted in short everything need ful for the use of mankind except the capital necessary for developing its vast resources. The tourist and pleasure seeker, and most especially the capitalist seeking investment, cannot do bet ter than examine into the advan tages and resources offered by this city of "Western North Carolina and the land surrounding county of Cleve- Fued Mekkitt. When solicited toinenrein other Compa uioa, remember that THE MUIUALL1FE INSURANCE COIilP'Y ot New York ia enti tled to yonr firs-t consideration, einee it holds tho foremost place among the Liie Insurance Institutions of the world, and offers superior advantages in ail the fea tures of business, together with unequalled financial security. . 1. It is the Oldest aative Lifa Insur ance Company in this country. 2. It is the Labgest Life Insurance Com pany in the world. 8. It is the Strongest financial institu tion in the world, its assets amounting . to more than $117,000,000. 4. It is the Safest Company in which to insure. ' 5. It is the Cheapest Company in which to insure. Its large dividend returns reduce the finaj cost of Insurance to a minimum. 6. It is the Best Company in which to insure, as it combines all the advan tages of age, large and select mem bership, financial strength, absolute security, and the cheapest insurance that is honestly possible under any contract which has a definite value to the beneficiary. 7. It has no stockholders to claim any part of the profits. , The assets and surplus all belong to the insured. 8. Its ratio of expenses to receipts shows the most economical management. 9. Its New Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company. 10. It places no Kestkictions upon Trav el, Occupation or Residence after be ing two years in force. 11. Being practically Nok-Fobfeitable and Incontestable it provides a lega cy and not a lawsuit. v 12. It is the Simplest and mcst compre hensive form of Insurance Contract ever issued . If the Policyhold er pays Ms Premium while he lives, the ucm panv will pav the lull -value ot Hij Policy when he dies. 13. All Claims are paid im : : ' o acceptance of proofs of 14. The Distribution Polic - : c. pany presents a most aur.t.-'.w in vestment feature. It not cv-iy accu mulates the surplus arising from the premiums over the cost of the insur ance on each policy in force during the Distri btuion period, but increases it bv compound interest. . o to pin So 45. ?.vlv Psse 600 D' 7 ( 6 am 7 15 am 7 53 am 8 11 am 8 29 am 8 50 am 9 15 f.m & 30 am RICHMOND & DANVILLE RAIL ROAD COMPANY, Condensed Schedule in Effect May 31st, 1591. SOUTHBOUND. DAILY. No. 9. No. 11. Lv. Richmond 3 00 pm 2 55 am ' Burkeville 5 II pm 4 55 am " Keysville 5 53 pm 5 36 am r. Danville 8 12 pm 8 03 am , Greensboro r;-. ... 1020 pm 10 19 am Lv. Goldsboro 2 57 pm 30 pm Ar. Raleigh 4 4S pm 11 50 pm Lv. Raleigh fi 10 pm l 30 em " Durham 7c0pm 3 38 am Ar. Greensboro 10 00 pm 8 CO am Lv. Winston-Salem. S 30 pm 7 25 am Greensboro 10 30 pm10 23 am ATLANTIC COAST LINE. Wilmington& Weldon B. and Branches. Condensed ScheduleDated June 7,91. TRAINS GOING SOUTH. No. 2?. No. 41. Fast 11 iil. Pail v ex Daily. Sunday. b id pm Ar. Salisbury... Ar. bt&tesville... Asheville Hot Springs Lv. Salisbury . . . Ar. Charlotte . . . Spartanburg, LOU1SE-UEO EMLKC.1D. Leaves Locisburg ct 7-35 a. m.,an-" 2.00 P Bl, - Arrives ct Frauklkiton at 8.10 a m and 2.35 p m. Leaved Franklin ton at 12.30 p r3, and Arnvys f,t Loukburg at 1.05 m and 8 40 p m. J0R3 C. WINDER, Gen'l Manager. L. T. MYERS, Gen'l Supt. r JW .M R ft! 1TH . Knr,ftrinter. t pi t believed, i iii AN INSTITUTE -FOR- YOUNG LADIES. 6 Well equipped. Advanced. Thor ough. Twenty-two officers and teach ers. Twenty new Pianos. Send for Catalogue. Prof. A. Bauman, Musical Director. The Fall Term liegins September 3rd, 18G1. JAMES DINWIDDiE, M.A., (Univ. of Va.) Principal, RALEIGH, N. C. OaK RidQ6 Instiw SUMMER SCHOOL. inliulntants, ji)s.siblu, the )rosperity. as the boy n he got mad and toreliis sliirt, every cflect must have a cause. Ye did not intend to stav in lly but a short while a few li s at the most, lint there were so :hings to see, the town was so i' rot in 2 witnai, ana its mnaui- s so kind and obliging, that our was prolonged one, two, and n three davs. and we forirot that M'as taslnonable to stay at tne rin.s. helby, the county seat of Cleve- 1 count v, i' beautifully situated fndeed it is the most beautifully fcated town we remember ever to ke seen. Nestled awav up x the foot-hills of p Piedmont belt and protected all sides by the mountains, its pery and climate cannot be sur- ssod. The natural drainage is allent, the climate healthful and ating, and the site pictur- RUe and charming, .bar in the izy ujstance, like the dim perspec fe and background of some great Anting, may be seen the mighty ountain peaks standing out blue 1 soft against the still bluer sky, aHng Shelby seem as some fairy ty reared in a night by the wav g wand of some mighty magician. Tie altitude of the town is over Je thousand feet above the sea vel. And these mountains, at fee the glory and delight of all ob ;rvtrs, not only form a landscape of iirpassing grandeur, but protects he city from tornadoes and cyclones, 'ropers the atmosphere in summer, exhausts the fury of winter's i0nt tempests. Therefore the sea ons are mild nnd salubrious: and fuuom does t hannnn that there is .A. moIRT9rXTOr.I..JJJlZt ... tritn a.tn i n f?ia.T,H L'uuxBe. cuubi uibh snow .storm here, nor does it ever of any Female College in the South. Stand- ard of echolarshii) admitted to be nnuau- IOUIIU lOIIUi lliail i.: 4" oncr Mn.ii "ty-tour hours. The summer s mJi Art nnanmasHad. Department oi M is tempered by the cool moun- Telegraphy, Type-writing and Short-hand. wn Ure7P.a on1 im cwroHprinff 1 - , cv 0v-avw...0, TT.fnl anA WaolfVlfnl TjOfiftttOTl. MOfl- JJVnUWllU MIUV4 AAWWAW-V erate Charges. Steady increase of patron age. For catalogue and full particulars address SILAS E. WARREN, Principal, 7 8 d&w-lm. WILSON, N. C. MILLER & lilKBS AY, District Agts for ITorth Carolina, RALEIGH, N. C. mediately ALEIGE AND AUGUST A AIR-LINE li IS. In effect Smday, June 14, 1891. GOING SOUTH. No. 41. No. 5. Passenger Freight A & Mail. Pauseager. Lv Kaleigli 00 p ra 5 10 am Jary 4 19 b id Merry Oaka. ... 4 54 7 37 M:oncure..,i 5 05 8 04 Saniord 5 '2S 9 10 Cameron 5 54 p re 10 20 ftouth'nPineb . . 6 21 12 30 p m Atordcen 6 31 1 CO Ar Kamlet 7 20 3 30 Lv Hamlet li 10 p m Ghio, 12 30 Ar Gibson 12 50 p m GOING NOETH. No. 38. Passenger & Mail. Lv Gibson 3 in a.m. Ghio 3 30 Ar Hamlet: 3 50 Lv Hamlet 8 00 Aberdeen.... 8 49 Sout'rn Pines 8 58 Cameron 9 26 Banford 52 lonccr-. V: 10 orrv0cia..'o HIV. . II 01 !J e:g;h 11 20 a m PITTSBORO EOAD. L-save Pittsboro 9.10 a. m. and 3 CO p m Arrive Moncnre 9.55 a. m. and 3 45 p m Leave Moncnre 10:25 a.m. and 5:10 p ra. Arri. Pittsboro 11:10 a. m.. and 5:55 p rn. J. C. WINDER, Gen'l Manager. L. T. MYERS, Gen'l Supt. WT1. SMITH, Supt. CAETHAGE EAILIIOAD. Leae Carthage 8:00 a. m. and 1:30 p ra. Arrive Caraeiou 8:35 a. tn. and 2:15 p.m. Leave Cameron 9:35 a. m. and 6 00 p.m. Arrive earth ;e 10:10 a. m.and6:35 p.m. C. PETTY, Manager. 6 SO sn 7 i4 am 4 13 am i 55 am 7 00 am No. 4. Freight Passengs 6 00 am 8 00 9 15 11 00 12 15 p m 1 47 2 17 4 19 4 42 Office in Henry Building, in front of Postomce. If you want to know what a policy will C03t cut this out, filling in the bianks, and mail to us. We will return you estimate and one of our calendars: Amount . . . . Age (nearest birthday) Name WANTED. A good Baker. Good Wages paid. Address J. T. NORTON, -9 Marion, N. C. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSE and LOT. Bv virtue of power con- a AArc'aa "' f erred on me by a certain deed of trust .uurtBS. . j i, t o xTf.ii tttV.,vw er. apr 1-tilljanl m, mu mm, s. v, t, . I (Graduate of American Veterinary Col 4 1 CLcrtx VETERIHARY SURGEON, RALEIGH, N. 0. tar Office at Bobbitt's Drug Store. Short-hand, Type-writing Book keeping and Telegraphy.; Summer Term begins June 22d,' and continues until opening of Fall Term, August 12th. For Particulars, address, J. A. & M. H. Holt, Oak Ridge, N. C. junl2-2d3w. Wilson Collegiate Institute, For Young Ladies, tat-Infirmary on Wilmington street oppo site Lin&oombe & F&iaon'a Warehouse. ap3-tf Hotel Alexander. deed of trust is duly recorded m the Registry of Wake county, m Book iso. 97 at page 771. I wiil offer for sale to the highest bidder, for cash, at the court house door in the city of Raleigh, N. C, on Saturday, Aug. 22d, 1891, at 12 o'clock, m., the property in said deed described, consisting of a certain house and lot in the village of Oberlin, near the city of Raleigh, N. O., adjoin ine the lands of W. H. Moore, R. E. Ellis and Ed. Smith, containing 52-100 of an acre, more or less, and known as the residence of said Larkin S. Hall. Also all the household and kitchen furniture of sais$Jall. B. F- ? ntagtje, Trustee. RALEIGH, N. Clasnly 18, 1891. 7-19-d-tos. gme P Leach m Andrews, KSOam 12 02 pm 1 52 am 1 01 pm 6 55 am 5 03 pm S 6 am 7 00 pm 12 30 am12 10 am 2 10 am 1 35 pm 5 32 am 4 43 pm Greenville 6 17 am 6 05 pm Atlanta 1 15 pm 12 30 am Lv. Charlotte 2 20 am 1 bo pm Ar. Columbia 6 20 am 5 40 pm Augusta 10 20 am 9 10 pm NOETHfcOUXD. DAILY. No. 10. No. 13. Lv. Augusta 7 00 pm10 45 am Columbia 1100 pm 2 00 pm Ar. Charlotte 4 00 am 6 30 pm Lv. Atlanta 7 CO pm 8 10 am Ar. Charlotte 510 am 6 40 pm Salisbury 6 52 am 8 35 pm Lv. Hot Springs .... 4 48 pm12 28 pm Asheville 6 2d pm 2 15 pm Statesville 1102 pm 6 40 pm Ar. Salisbury ?2 01am 7 34 pm Lv. Salisbury 7 00 am S 45 pm Ar. Greensboro 8 44 am 10 30 pm Ar. Winston-Salem. 11 38 amtl2 20 am Lv. Greensboro 10 30 am12 10 am Ar. Durham 12 33 pm 4 35 am Kaieigh 129 pm 715 am Lv. Raleigh l 34 pm t8 45 am Ar. Goldsboro 3 10 pm 12 20 pm Lv. Greensboro 8 52 am10 40 pm Ar. Danville 10 40 am 1 1 20 am " Keysville 126 pm Burkeville 2 11 pm Richmond 4 10 pm tDaily except Sunday. Dily. BETWEEN West Point and Richmond. Leave West Point 7.50 a m daily and 8.50 a m daily except Sunday and Mon day: arrive Richmond 9.15 and 10.40 a m. Returning leave Richmond 3.10 p m and 4.45 p m daily except Sunday: arrive West Jfomt 5.C0 and 6.00 p m. Between Richmond andj Raleigh via. Keysville. Leave Richmond 3.00 pm daily: leave Keysville 6.00 p m; arrive Oxford 8.03 p m; Henderson 9.15 pm: Durham 9.35 p m; Raleigh 10.40 p m. Returning leave Raleigh 8.15 a m. daily, Durham 9 30 a m; Henderson 9 35 a m; Oxford 10,55 a m; arrive Keysville 1.05 p m; Richmond 4.10 p m. Through coach between Richmond and Raleigh. Mixed trains leave Keysville daily except Sunday 9.10 a in; arrives Dur ham 6 50 p m. Leaves Durham 7.15 a m, daily except Sunday; arrives Oxford 9.10 a m. Leaves Durham 7.30 p m daily except Sunday; arrives Keysville 1.59 p m. Leaves t 'xford 3. CO a m. daily except Sunday; arrives Durham 5.C5 a m. Additional trains leaves Oxfcrd daily except bunday 7.C0 and 11.10 a. m. ar rive Henderson 8.00 a m, 12 10 p m turning leave Henderson 640 and 9.40 p m daily except Sunday, arrive Oxford 7.45 and 10.45 p. m. Washinanon and Southwestern Ves tibule Limited opperated between Washingtou and Atlanta daily, leaves Washington 8.40 p. m. Danville 3.45 a. m. lireensDoro o.lu a. m., fcansnury 6.34 a. m. Charlotte 7.55 a. m., arrives. Atlanta 2.25 p. m. Returning, leave Atlanta 12.25 p. m., Charlotte 9.20 p. m., Salisbury 10.32 p. m. Greensboro 12.03 a. m ; arrives Danville 1.30 a.m.; Lynchburg 3 35 a. m., Washington 9.30 a.m. No. 9, leaving Goldsboro 2.57 p. m and Raleigh 6.10 p. m. daily makes con nection at Durham with Io. 40, Heav ing at 7.30 p. m. daily except Sunday for Oxford and Keysville. Nos. 9 and 10 connect at Kicnmona from and to West Point and Baltimore daily except Sunday. No. 23. Daily. Lv Weldon 12 30 pm Ar Rockv Mt.. 1 40 pm Ar Tarboro 17 pm Lv Tarboro. ..10 85 am Ar Wilson.... 218 pm Lv Wilson.. .2S0pm Ar Selma., . . . . 3 30 pm Ar t ayettenlle 5 30 pm jlv uoidsboro..3 lo yru Lv Warsaw.... 4 11 pm tfSlam LiV Magnolia. . .4-27 pm 8 -10 pm 9 49 am Ar Y. ilniinp-tz-n ft OM nm Cl 11 fi 7 CO pm 7 3 am 7 40 pm s 40 am TRAINS GOING KOLTH. No. 40. Daily ex No. 78. cept Daily. Sunday. 9 15 am 4 25 pm 10 7 am 6 10 pm 11 11 am C 25 pm OPEN WINTER AND SUMMER. Ten miles below Asheville, ' e W. N. C. K. R. Manufacturers, Terms: AND $30 to $40 per month. $7.50 to $10 per week. $1.50 per day. 50c. per meal. WHOLESALE AND WILSON, N. C. Fall Session Opens September 7th, 1S91. Iron and Free-ston6 Water. Billiards, Ten-pin Alley, Croquet, Etc. Good food, good rooms, good attention. Daily hack to Asheville, besides daily trains in all directions. K. B. & J. N. Vance, junl2-lm. Asheville, N. C. MAIN OFFICE: 235 1-2 Wilmington St. BET AIL DEPOTS: 237 Fayetteville St. 20 West Hargett St. FACTORY: West Street, Foot of Har gett Street. l02.il. C .J MCilLlU'l .Ml WI'll KI ()WI1 dt.- Ca Y k 1 1 i V n aT itr vy nnfl 1 D 'i ' lotliing cannot be dispensed with. GENERAL AGENTS and canvass ers looking for -a permanent money making bnsine8s, no competition, should secure the sale of the Patent Adjustable Shoe. Address, with stamp, PfiNSOT JTJ ATT7.n fiTTOTft P.O . Knlp.m. Ice in Car-Load Lots AT- Lowest Prices. SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE. On trains 9 and lO.Pullman Buffett Sleeper between Atlanta and New York; between Danville and Augusta, and Goldsboro (via Asheville) and Knoxville. Tenn. On 11 and 12, Pullman Buffett Sleeper between Washington and New Orleans via Montgomery and betueen Rich- mand and Danville, Kaleigh and Greensboro, and Pullman Buffett Sleepers between New York, Washing ton and Knoxville via Danville, Salis bury and Asheville. R. R BRIDGERS, W. A TURK, Superintendent, Div.Pass.Agt., T?olQ,-rrV. XT n Poleforh W P. W. H. GREEN, J. L. TAYLOR. Gen'l M'g'r, ; Gen. Pass. Ag't, Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C. SULi. MAS, Traffic Manager, Richmond, Va. JYNCHBURG & DURHAM R.R. SHORT LINE TO NORTH AND WEST. Trains leave Durham as follows : No. 22, Local, 7.55 a. m. No. 2, Mail and Express, . . . t3.20 p. m. Arrive at Durham: No. 1, Mail and Express, . . fl2.00 m. No. 21, Local, 5.5o p. m. No. 1 connects at Durham with Rich mond and Danville trains tor Raleigh and points South; at Denneston Junc tion with Atlantic and Dan vine trains from Danville. No. 2 Connects at Denniston Junction with Atlantic and Danville trains for Danville. Close connection made at Lynchburg with Richmond and Danville, Chesa peake and Ohio, and Norfolk and West ern railroads, to and from all points Noith and East, West and South-west. The shortest and most direct line to all points North and West. For information apply to W. N. MUCHELL, Gen'l Supt., Lynchburg, Va. Daily except Sunday. tDaily. ISo. 14. Daily. Lv VTilxninston 12 35 am Lv Magnolia Lv Warsaw Ar G.lcsboro. . 2 55 am 12 Oo tan 7 30 cm Lv Favetteville 9 10 2m Ar Selma 11 08 am Ar Wilson 12 10 pm Lv Wilson .... 3 85 am 12 68 pm 8 23 pm ArH'y Mount 130 pm 8 53 pm Ar Tarboro 2 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 n m, Halifax; 3:22 p m, arrive Scotland Neck 8t 4:15 pm, Greenville 6:02pm; Kinbton7:10 pm. Returning leave KinatonrOO a m, Greenville 8:10 a m. Arriving nail lax at 11:00 a m, Weldon 11:25 a m, daily except Sundav. .Local UTeisht tram leaves weldon on Monday, W ednesday and Friday at 7:00 a m, amvroe Scotland JSeck 10.-03 a m, Greenville 2:10 p m. Kit eton 4:25 p m. Returning leaves lunaton Tues days, Thursdays and caturdaya at 10;U0 a m, arriving ursenvuie ia:w m, Scotland Neck 3:20 p m, Weldon C;20 pm. Train leaves Tarooro, rs. u., via Al bemarle & Raleigh R. R.. daily, except Sunday,4:05 p m., Sunday 3:00 p m; arrive Wiliiamston, N. C. 6:30 p m, 4:20 p m, Plymouth 7:50 p m, 5:20 Sm. Returning leaves Plymouth aily, except Sunday, 6'.20 a m, Sun day 9:00 a m, Williamston, N. C, 7:40 a m, 9:58 a m. Arriving Tarboro 10:05 a m, 11:20 a m. Train on Midland, N. C, Branch leaves Goldsboro, N. C, daily, except Sunday, 7:00 a m, arrive Smithfieldt N. C, 8:30 am. Returning leaves Smith field, N. C, 9:00 a m; arrive Goldsboro, N. C, 10:i0 a m. Train on Nashville Branch leaves Rocky Mount at 3:00 p m, arrives at Nashville 3:o p m, spring nope :i& p m, Returning ltaAes Spring Hope 10:00 am, Nashville 10:35 am arrive Rocky Mount 11:15 a m, daily, except Sunday. Train ou Clinton Branch leaves War saw for Clinton daily, except Sunday, at 6:30 p m and 11:15 a ni. Returning leaves Clinton at 8:2 a m and :i:lo p m, connecting at Warsaw with Xufc. 4i, 4'j, 23 and 78. Southbound Train on Wilson and Faetteville Branch is No. 51. North bound is No. 50. Daily, except Sun day. Train No. 27 South, and 14 North, will stop only at hecky Mount, Wilson, Goldaboro and Maguolia. Train No. 78 makes close connec tion at Weldon for all points North daily. All rail via Richmond, and dail V, except Sunday, via Bay Line. JOHN . DIVINE, Gen'l Supt. J. R. KENLY, Asa't Gen'l Man, T. M. EMERSON. Gen'l Pass. Act. CAPE FEAR Ac YADKIN VAL LEY RAILWAY COMPANY. CONDENSED SCHEDULE. In effect Jnne 14th, 1891. OBTH BOUND. Daily ex Daily ex Daily ex Sunday. Sunday. Sunday No. 2. No. 4. No. 16. Lv Wilmington. 9 20 am Ar Faye'eville..l2 50 pm Lv Fave eville.. 1 20 pm - LvSanford 2 63 pm Ar Greensboro. 5 22 pm - Lv Greensboro. 5 35 pm Lv Walnut Cove 7 05 pm ArMt.Airy.... 9 00pm Lv Bennetts ville 8 80 am ArMaxton 9 40 am LvMaxton 9 50 am Ar Fayette ville 11 45 am Lv Bamseur 7 25 am Ar Greensboro 1005 am Lv Greensboro 10 So am Ar Madison 12 50 pm SOUTH BOUND. Daily ex Daily ex Sunday. Sunday. No. 3. Daily ex Sunday. No. 15. No. 1. Lv Mt. Airy. ... 5 30 am Lv Walnut Cove 7 17 am Ar Greensboro. . 8 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 8 00 pm Ar Maxton 4 55 pm Lv Maxton 5 10 pm Ar Ben'ttaville 6 20 pm Lv Madison 1 45 pn Ar Greensboro 3 55 pn Lv Greensboro 4 15 pm Ar Bamseur 715 pm W. E. KYLE, Genl Passenger Agent. J. W. FRY, Genl Manager. "THE SWANNAN0A." ASUEVILLE, X. C. k Good Medium-Priced Hotel. Under Nev Management Thoroughly overhauled, refittedand refurnished ; modern conveniences ; delightfully cool rooms, and superb views. Rates and reading matter upon application. HOWELL COBB. m junl6-3m. pen in the midst of the hot season. Mass. junel4-eodinD4w-2tinW