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DAILY STATE GHRONIGLE, OCT. 7, 1891,
6 F ROM mm a 1 TO NevvTs in in a North Carolina Condensed Form. HOW THE STATE FORWARD. GOES1 Incidents and Industries, .Efforts and Energies, Persons and Tilings from Cherokee to Currituck. ' The free delivery to the newly j . n ProoncWn acquired territory 01 VrreenSOOro Will UC iuauuiu , . . I Mr. Paul Garrett, of Littleton, will move his wine plant to Weldon January 1. He ships from 40,000 to 50,000 gallons a year. President Crowell, of Trinity college, will deliver an address to the Northampton teachers' associa tion at Jackson October 24th. Col. Walter L. Steele, of Rock ingham, who has been quite sick for a long time, has gone to Johns Hop kins hospital, Baltimore, foi treat ment. The Carolina lumber company has purchased the tewn of Tillery, on the Scotland Neck branch road, paying for it, together with a large tract of land, $40,000. Mr. R. H. Wright, of Durham, has had his left foot amputated not j quite half way between the ankle and the knee, Drs. McGuire, Carr and Manning performed the opera tion. Ex-Congressman Ewart, of Hen dersonville, tells the Washington Post that he thinks of moving to Washington, D. C, to practice law. He says the Alliance will capture the Democratic party. A very ingenious and useful d - vice to be ued in curing tobacco is being tested at the Modern Tobacco Barn Co's plant at Oxford this week, the Dag says, and works very successfully. The inventor is Howard F. Jones, of Warren county. The announcement that President Harrison would begin now to ap point negroes to oifice has received confirmation strong to the people of Fayetteville.G.C.Scurlock, colored, has been appointed to the postotfice at that place. It now only remain. for him to give bond in order to as sume the duties of hi- ollice. High Point has .again been se lected as the headquarters of the Eastern Fields Trial Club for their annual gathering, which will take place November 12th. The par tridge shooters generally leave a good deal of money in this State every year, and High Point has al ways been the place of meeting. The Concord Standard man has seen some views taken of the cotton mill property purchased by Messrs. W. II. Kerr, Sam. Patterson and H. E. Fries, of Salem. This mill is located about thirteen miles from Baltimore, and is run by a nevtr failing water power. It has 6,500 spindles and 240 looms. White caps visited the house of Sam Clark, colored, a notorious character, living in Davidson coun ty, last Thursday night, for the pur pose of lynching him, but he had skipped, and has not been heard from since. Had they caught him he surely would htjve been hanged. It all grew, the Lexington Dispatch says, out of Clark's using language that compromised the names of some of the best ladies in the neignbor- hood. llev. Dr. Walter "W. Moore, who holds the chair of Hebrew in the Union Theological Seminary, has been offered the chair of Hebrew in the McCormick Theological Semi nary at Chicago. This is the great est Seminary in the United States. Dr. Moore was offered double the salary he now receives, with the added inducement that his labors would be reduced one-half. He de clined the offer, says the Charlotte MANItU, WHP 1 DO YOU WANT 'fir OHM kpT . - MfpPCB- -"S-K 1 w (fri 4. Feet Long. Satis- ?PM FACTION GUARANTEED MlGates Desk Co., GREENVILLE, fc. U. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. 8-21-tf- Th Turning Point With many a loan is some trivial act, and a inere reeommenu-tKui of some friend to try S. S. S. has saved the IS vi-3 of hundreds. Speakliijr a ;i vou worn ior ... is naiurw, lor Whrever t has been tried there have always been r" -( r t, t Cancer of the Skis, Ulcers and Sorbs. All Skin Diseases. A treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free ou apijiiciiiion. Druggists Sell It. SPECIFIC CO., Ei axrer 3 Atlantaa Ga. 4-2S-d&w-ly P.JEV P. is recommended by physicians because they see its healthy effects all around them. A leading physician in New York and director of one of the large hos pitals, says, Feb. 8, 1890, he has made use ot the P. P. P. sent him, and was pleased to say P. P. P. proved effica cious in a number of cases, and adds, it is no more than he should have an ticipated 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 to walk or eat without assistance, having lost the use of his limbs by rheumatism, ma laria, dyspepsia, etc. Physicians here sent him to New York and they re turned him here, and he was as com plete a wreck as one could be and live. A course of P. P. P. has made him a well man. P. P. P. is known among physicians in the South for its various aud won derful cures as the great purifier of the age. RIcmmI Poison I Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis, ord sores, pimples, blotches, scrofula, blood and mercurial poison and skin diseases are eradicated by the use of P. P. P. Hosts of certificates are in office to show the cures in these diseases where all other medicines have Rheumatism .nflammatory, gout, sciatic and its kindred diseases with its excrutiating pains are cured by the wonderful blood cieansing properties of P. P. P. I Prick ly Ash, Poke 1 toot and Potassium. Catarrh Originates in c-erofulous taint. P. P. P. purifies the blood and this prevents catarrh. For Old Sores, Skin Eruptions, Pim pies, Ulcers and Syphilis, use only P. P. P., and get well and enjoy tho bless ing only to be derived from the use of P. "P. P. Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium. 9 WHOLESALE Druggists, Sole Propri etors, SAVANNAH, GA. 6-7-D&W-ly SOUTHERN SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND 30 E. Hunter St., Atlanta, Ga. Over 600 grad u a t e s in positions. Best equip ped school in the South No charge for obtain ing positi'ns graduates. Large illustrated cata losue free. A. C. Briscoe, Manager. L. "W. Arnold, Ass't Man. Miss Alice Tuller, Typist. 9-25-tf. 1 -jrtl 5 tts ew1 S.-0; b. V it in lAinMnr BUT NEVERTHELESS JUL FAOT, -THAT- NTI-CEPK&l.-ALGInE -"WILL CURE The Worst Headache In fifteen to twenty minutes, and NEURALGIA in thirty to sixty minutes. 25 and 50 cents a bottle. For sale by all druggists. Read what they say about it : Mr Jas. I. Johnson. Raleigh, N. C. Dear Sir: Anticephalalginehashad,with us, tne Dest sale ot all the headache mQ neuralgia remedies, and our customers are well pleased with it, pronouncing it the bt Bt remedy of its kind on i t es Yours truly, M. E. Eobinsov & Bbo., Goldsboro, N. C. Druggist?. Fayetteville, N. O., Jane 13th, '91. Dear Sir : Having used your "Antice phalalgine'' in severe cases of headache, and being always relieved, I take great pleasure in commending it to the public as a good remedy. Yours, etc., J. O. HAI 'H, Jr , Cashier Bank of Fayetteville. Seeds,Seeds,Seeds. 0 All kinds of Grass and Clover Seeds, now ar riving in store. Fresh Crimson or Annual Clover Seeds. Also Southern Prize Turnip Seeds at 25c. per pound, or by the bushel wrhole- ' sale. This is a valua ble variety, producing large white turnips, of good quality, very har dy and best turnip for salad. Will stand cold est weather without protection. These seeds are all fresh, carefully grown, and best selected seeds on the market. My special Grass and Clover Seed mixtures aive spendid results wherever used. Prices are given for quantity sufficient to seed an acre or more. If de sired I shall also take pleasure in quoting the price per bushel of any of the above named Seeds. Latest improved farm implements, engines, boilers, saw mills, etc., for sale, also Pratt cotton gin, and Nance power cotton press. i R WYAT 216 Fa vette ville Street, Raleigh, N. C. July 21, 1891. Financial Ruin oiten comes upon a man wnen appa f A -. rently he is in most prosperous circum stames. Sicknes3 also often comes upon a man when apparently he is en- joying tne Dest oi neaitn. The one may be the result of imnrovident specula tion, the other the result of improvi dent exposure to the attacks of disease, as is the case of those who, alter a stay their homes in the lowlands, before frost has dispersed the miasma and malaria with which the air is laden at this season of the year, thus jeopardiz ing their health, a treasure which once lost, all the weabh of Jay Gould and all other millionaires combined could not purchase for them. To avoid tne risK ot typhoid or malarial fever, or other diseases, thev should e-n to Cleveland Springs and become thor oughly renovated, and built up under one magicai innuence ot these cele brated waters, which have been tested by thousands during the past season with satisfactory results, both to those who were invalids with systems almost Completely Wrecked and to those who merely wished tn tp- alize their invigorating and beneficial enects. j. nis is tne season of year wrhen ine cnmaLe is mosc aelightful, the scenery most picturesque and the wa ters sure to give the most lnstino- ef fects. After a short sojourn here tour ists can safely return to their homes tuen BJ( wins uemg iortined against the attacks of those hiddon fnp tn health that are borne on tim oark mormcg breeze, or are wafted on the gentle zeyhyrs that fan your cheek at eventide. Term of board dnrinor Son. 1- 1 -t J. t - - --."f miyr i-Hiuue-r ua uciODer. SHI ner wpoIt- QO per montn. j 9 r IT VV J. J. B. WILKINSON, Prop'r Cleveland Snrirgs. Shelby, ft ATLANTIC COAST LINE. Wilmington & Weld on K. R. and Branches. Condensed Schedule Dated Oct. 3, '01. " TRAINS GOING SOUTH. No. 23. Ko. 27. No. 41. Fast Hail. Dailv ej Lv. t" i" Ar. 44 Daily. Daily. 5 43 pm Sunday. 6 20 am 7 24 am Lv Weldon.... 12 Sj pm Ar Rocky Mt.. 1 40 pm Ar Tarboro . . .2 18 pm Lv Tarboro. . . 10 35 am Ar Wilson 2 IB pm Lv Wilson.. .2 30pm Ar Sclma 3 30 pm Ar Fayette ville 5 30 pm Lv (Toldaboro..3 15 pm Lv Warsaw .... 4 14 pm Lv Jlagnoiia. . .-1 27 pm Ar Wilmington 6 00 pm Lv. Ar. Lv. ' 7 00 pm 7 53 am Ar. Lv. Ar. Ar. " Lv. 7 42 pm 8 40 9 6 am 9 49 am 11 20 am 8 40 pm 9 55 pm TRAINS GOING NORTH No. 40. Daily ex- Ar, ISo. 14. Wo. 78. cept Daily. Daily. Sunday. Lv. Ar. Lv Wilmington 12 35 am 9 15 am 4 25 pm Lv Magnolia 10 57 am b 10 pm Lv Warsaw 11 11 am 6 pm Ar G.ldsboro. . 2 55 am 12 05 pm 1 30 pin Lv Fayetteville ... .... 9 10 am ArSelma 1108 am Ar Wilson 12 10 pm Lv Wilson .... 3 35 am 12 58 pm 8 23 pm Ar K'y Mount 1 30 pm 8 53 pm Ar Tarboro 2 18 pm Lv Tarboro 10 35 am Ar Weldon.... 5 05am 2 55pml0 00pm Daily except Sunday. Trains on Scotland Neck Branch Road leave Weldon 4:00 p m. Halifax, 4:22 p m; arrive Scotland Neck at 5:15 pm. Greenville 6:52pm; Kinston8:C0 p m. Returning leave Kinston 7:00 a m, Greenville 8:10 a m. Arriving Halifax at 11:00 a m, Weldon 11:25 a m, daily except Sunday. Local Freight train leaves Weldon at 7:00 a m, arriving Scotland Meek 10:03 Scotland Neck 2:40 p m, Weldon p m. daily except Sunday. ' I Vq i Ti Icavna ' I'd Yru-nrr M I . via A 1. bemarle & Raleigh R. R., daily, except Sunday, 4:40 p m., bunaay 3:00 p m; arrive Wilhamston, N. C. 7:18 p m. 4:20 p m, Plymouth 8:30 p m, 5:2C p m. Returning leaves Plymouth daily, except Sunday. 6:20 am, Sun day 9:00 a m, Williamston, N. C, 7:4t am, 9:58 am. Arriving Tarboro 10:0." a m, 11:20 a m. Train on Midland, N. C, Branch leaves Goldsboro. N. C. dailv. exceoi Sunday, 7:00 a m, arrive Smithfleld, N. C.,:oOam. Returning leaves Smith field, N. C, 9:00 a m; arrive Goldsboro N. C, 10:30 a m. Train on Nashville Branch leave Rocky Mount at 3:00 p m, arrives a Nashville 3:40 p m, Spring Hope 4:it p m. Returning leaves Spring Hop . ,"V -. 1 . . ... . iu:uu am, iasnvnie lu:ao ani; arme i-tocKV ixount ll;ij a m, daily, excep bunday. Train on Clinton Branch leaves War saw for Clinton daily, except Sunday aL t:du p m ana 11:15 a m. Kerarmut eaves Clinton at 8:2 J a m and 3:10 p m connecting at Warsaw with Nos. 41, 40 Q i i A rv r- . i i j m . . Ttvi Fayetteville Branch is No. 51. North bound is No. 50. Dailv. except Sun day. Train No. 27 South, and 14 North will stop only at r-o ky Mount, Wilson Goldfcboro and Magnolia. Train No. 78 makes close cormec tion at Weldon for all points Nortb daily. All rail via Richmond, and dai-v except Sunday, via Bay Line, also at Rocky Mount daily except Sunday with Norfolk and Carolina Kaiiroftd for Nortolk and ll points north via Norfolk. JOHN F. DIVINE, Gen'l Supt J. R. KENLY. Gen'l Man, T. M. EMERSON. Traffic Manager. JYNCHBURG fc DURHAM R. R SHORT LINE TO NORTH AND WEST. Trains leave Durham as follows : No. 22, Local .6.10 a. m No. 2, Mail and Express, 3.30 p. m. Arrive at Durham: No. l, Mail and Express,.. .11.55 a. m. No. 21, Local, 5.30p.m. o. 1 connects at Durham with Rich mond and Danville trains for Raleigb and points South; at Denneston Junc tion with Atlantic and Danville trains trom Danville. No. 2 Connects at Denniston Junction with Atlantic and Danville trains for Danville. Close connection made at Lynchburg with Kichmond and Danville. Chesa- peake and Ohio, and Norfolk and wit. ern railroads, to and from nil noints North and East. West and Sonlh-wpjt The shortest and most direct line to all points North and West uoriniormation apply to w. JN. MUCHELL. Gen'l Sunt.. Lynchburg, Ya Daiiy except Sunday. Tuauy. r The Sun Has Secured as Co&lnMors Burin? W. D. Howells. Georsre Merpdi drew Lang. St. Georcre Mivn yard Kipling, R. Louis Stevenson, Wil liam Black. W. Clark ttnopii tt Rider Haggard, Norman Lockyerl Lonan Doyae. and manv ath guished writers. Tne sunaau sun for 1S91, wiil print more news and more pure literature of the highest class and bv thp. guished of contemporary writers, than any periodical m the United States. Price 5c. a copy. By mail $2 a year. am, Greenville 3;00pm, Kinston 5:10 Ar. Goldsboro daspm 1220 pm Lv WilmiQRton 10 p m. Returning leaves Kinston at Lv. Greensboro 10 48 amll 10 pm Ar Faye'evi'S lniz 8:00 a m. arriving GreenvUle 10:5 a no, Ar. Danville 12 30 am 1 55 am Lv F&veVvii !' ' RICHMOND & DANVILLE RAIL ROAD COMPANY, Condensed Schedule in Effect Sept C, Ufil. SOUTHBOUND. DAILY. No. 9. No 11. 3 00 pm 2 55 am 5 11 pm 4 55 am 5 54 pin 5 3 arc S22pm S 00 am 10 50 pm 10 15 j.m Richmond Burke ville Keys ville Danville Greensboro.... Goldsboro 3 4 pm Raleigh 5 CO pin 8 30 pm 11 50 pm Raleigh Durham fi uj pm 7 05 pm 1 iJrJ r?m 3 32ain Ar Greensboro 9 50 pm 8 00 am Winston-Salem. iS 4) pm S 50 am Greensboro 11 00 pin10 5 am Salisbury 12 4o am 12 02 pm Statesville 1 52 am12 5S pm Asheville 6 55 tim 5 03 pm Hot Springs .... 8 6 am 6 46 pra Salisbury 12 55 am12 10 am Charlotte 2 30 am l So pm Spartanburg,;. . . 5 43 am 4 32 pm Greenville 7 00 am 6 05 pm " i Atlanta 1 10 no 12 30 am Charlotte 2 35 am 1 55 pm Columbia 6 40 am 5 45 pm Augusta 10 25 am 9 10 pm NORTHBOUND. DAILY. No. 10. No. 12. Lv. Augusta 7 00 pmll 45 am " Columbia 10 50 pm 3 00 pm Ar. Charlotte 3 05 am 7 10 pm Lv. Atlanta 8 50 pm 9 10 am Ar. Charlotte 6 55 am 7 20 pm Salisbury 8 54 am 910 pm Lv. Hot Springs .... 4 48 pm12 28 pm ........ V M w l J UL1 " Statesville 1102 pm 0 40 pm Ar. Salisbury '2 01am 7 34 pm Lv. Salisbury 9 00 am 9 20 pm Ar. Greensboro ..... 10 40 am 10 57 pm Ar. Winston-fealem.ll 5o amti2 40 am Lv. Greensboro 10 50 am12 10 am Ar. Durham 12 52 pm 4 35 am " Raieign 1 45 pm 7 la am Lv. Raleigh 1 50 pm t8 45 am Keysvilie 3 32 pm Burkeville 4 20 pm Richmond 6 17 pm i 55 am 7 00 am fDaily except Sunday. Daily. BETWEEN West Point and Kichmond. Leave West Point 7.50 a m daily and 8.50 a m daily except Sunday and Mon day; arrive Richmond 9.10 and 10 40 a m. Returning leave Richmond 3.10 p m and 4 40pm daily except Sunday: arrive west roint 5.00 and t5.00 p m. Between Richmond and Xlalcish, via. Kevsville. Leave Richmond 3.00 pm daily: leave Keysville 6.00 p m; arrive Oxford 8.03 p m: Henderson 9.15 p m; Durham 9.35 p m; Jtiaieign lu.-io p m. iteturniug leave Ar Favf -ttonlie T - t 1 y-v a -w a ' naieign a m. nanv, uurnam iu 4o a Lv Favettevil'.t m; lieoaerson 10 ara;i ixrord 12.O0 p m; arrive Keysville 2.2 J p m; Richmond 6.17 p m. Through coich between Richmond and Raleigh. Mixed train leaves Keysville daily except Sunday 9. 10 a m; arrives Dur- namo.DUpm weaves L)urnam 7 lo a m dailp except Sunday; arrives Oxford 9 10 a m. Leaves Durham 7.30 p m daily except Sunday: arrives Keysville 2.10 a m. Leaves Oxford 3.00 a m daily except Sunday; arrives Durham 5 05 a m. Additional trains lewe Oxford daily j TJ ALtlGH aNL v.: except Sunday 12 35 p mrarrive Hen- - A Kh 1 ' derson 1 35 p m Returning leave Hen- i derson 6.40 and 9.40 p m dailv except i Sunday, airive Oxford 7.45 and 10.45 p. n. i v ashm on and Southwestern Ve.5-. Was ti in a: to. and Atlanta daily, lave WashinjjJon 10.50 n. -o. Danville 5 40 h. S m ureensboro ..00 a. m., Salisbury I 8.1S a. ni. Charlotte 9 35 a. m.. arrive Atlanta 5.00 p. m. Rat n mine, leave i Atlanta 1.25 p. m., Charlotte 9.20 r. 1 m., Salisbury 10.32 p. m. Greensboro! 12.03 a. m : arrives Danville 1.30 a.m.: Lynchburg 3 35 a. ni., Washington 8.3S a. m. No. 9, leaving Goldsboro 3 45 p. m i Ar and Raleigh 6 00 p. m. daily makes con- j section at Durham with iSo..40. leav ing at 7.30 p. m. daily except Sunday for Oxford and Kej'sville. 1 JNos. 9 ana 10 connect at Richmond from and to West Point and Baltimore I j I- - J I LdW SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE. On trains 9 and 10, Pullman BuffeU deeper between Atlanta and New YorK: between Danville and Aucrnsta. and Raleigh (via Asheville and Knoxville, Tenn, On 11 and 12. Pullman Bnffett Si eener between Richmond and Danville. Raleigh and Greensboro, and Pullman Buff ett Sleepers between New York, wasnington ana unoxville via Dan- viUe, Salisbury and Asheville. a i feupenntendent, 'Richmond. Vn.. W. A. TURK, A. G. P. A., Charlotte, N. C. vy. xx. vjtiHij, uenerai Manager, tlsnta Ga J1S. L. TAYLOS, Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Atlanta, Ga. SOL. HAAS, Traffic Manager, Atlanta, Ga. THE YARBOROUGH HOUSE, R B. BANEY, Proprietor. Rates $2.50 per day. ?10.50 to U5.0C per week. HOTEL FLORENCE. T. G. ABBIKGTON, Manager. nsr. 1 Rooms, with meals at the Yarboro House, -S2.00 per day, 10 per week. "Special rates to lawyers attend ing Supreme Court. june31-6m. 'Al V,V:.: genders nkiin-;-2;-: Brook;- ::". .:t; Leaves Loui,,. -a-rnvea at F: i.uo p m. Loave frank!--. 8 3i p ie. -1 . Arrives L)" b.10 p tn JOHN f! T.F.v nt,... : "A(; In effect Daily tx bur day. o.i ajv oamora. i Ar Greensboro. ",,lZ Lv Green-jboro. 735'-- fr Airy.... n Lv Bennettsviiie 1 : Lv Maxton Ar Fayetteviije. Lv Ramseur Ar Greensboro." Lv Greensboro' Ar Madison . . . " fouia i: L'aiiv tx LvMt. Air v.. . 7, Lv Yah ut CovtH:.ic Ar Greensl'oio Am ; t Lv Greensocro K-.'az uv csanioru i ii;- Ar Wilmington Lv Fayettovilii LvMiitoa Ar l'.ev'tt,-. Lv !.U!'co:i... Ar Grccii'sbo! Lv Groei.-si .no. Ar Hkvc:-:a... 1r Lv U.' 'tferYy U.i: Vv". ir- . t?:! T.l . lacj!:; .. Ue.nii' t . . Cm;,. . . Gil'..-n .. . AT Lv Gtbrtoa. . . CLin Uia.. Hamlet Lv rdt f v .MacforJ... 31 fvv.-i-..Sifivli.-- Ar Lr riiT?---'' Leave Pittro 0- Leave ilcnruit - 4', Arri. PittsI J. C. WIND-V Lt. T. Mi LQ2.voCr;l- Arrive C&t: t oof a rmtr--'-; Arri7tU.'-i--. i' Under tie V. a. PROPR1 RATES: y-25-tf.