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i DAILY STATE CHRONICLE, OCT. 31. 1891 1 . . v I -"""Z 1 iMni? LncinPS Wltllin tills I Pml nvnroco linn! . ' . j. 1 t T T 1 " " 1 " iTill I jAI'I'- -t-- v. uuouicoo HllUlU IUC x iiitve Of o- riinn 'v III tw ifll ws la;' h Facili,ies- ' Hewfers t.-'11" ' . 1 ,1,1 Mil It incorpo- siness t'UU 1 State, with those granted to the Southern Express Co., is in viola- r onf tn nrnvulH for th I llUll Ul 1 neneral supervision ot railroads, steamboat or canal companies, ex press and telegraph companies doing business in the State of North Caro- limits of this State. It is further adjudged that each party in this ac tion pay his own costs. . - Cure your Corns by Using Abbott's East Indian Corn Paint for corns, bunions and warts, it is great. Una, chapter 320 of the acts andreso- ft iumm hit ions of the General Assembly of North Carolina, session, 1891, and is illegal and void. J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay street, -Sharpsburg, Pa., says he will not be without Dr. K 2. That the refusal of the defen- ery for consumption, coughs and dauts to grant to the plaintiff rates colds, that it-cured his wife who was and facilities for conducting an ex-J threatened with pneumonia after an busing over their roads in attack ot a Grippe," when van 1 , .11 i c 4.1 pus other remedies and several phy this oiuiu upuu , sicians had done her no imil. Rnht. plaintitf, therefore, was a violation Barber, of Cooksport, Pa., claims of the terms of said act of the Dr. King's New Discovery has done "rules governing the transportion him more good than anything he r....:,l th rPrlation9 ,nn. ever used for lung trouble. Nothing U1 T:r: Hke u Trr.u pree tpiRl boules cerning irsigm iai u,cu uc at John y. MacRae's drugstore. been adopted by the board of the Large bottles, 50c. and $1.00. mllrnnrl commissioners in pursu -c i -a u i-J Bucklen's Arnica Salve. ance Ol SUIU UCly iiuu uj auuiuiuj of the same. It ,.n$9l. ,liel1:U11! ;ria, -Hi dcliveiy -all ((f value whatso fj, a general express bu- i D. .nJ ff. & mil ,Vni;l. it with a r over for tbe shipment of gwds. 1 ne to such appeals ana re ie railroads refused to fur- Atlantic Express Company V Mr or Oiflcr i.n-iiivj .v,. it its goods, fferer fr catarrh for many years. Having tried a number of remedies adver tised a3 "sure cures" without ob taining any relief. I had resolved never to take any other patent med icine, when a friend advised me to try Ely's Cream Balm.- I did so with great reluctance, but can now testify that after using it for six -r i weeKs i believe myself cured. It is a most agreeable remedv an in valuable Balm Joseph " Stewart, C24 Grand avenue, Brooklyn. POKIN Northwestern Mutual Lite Insurance Co Annual Statement Jan. 1,1891. ,"Assets: Loan on bond and mort- $ 35,455,653.15 603,741 62 W7,m 22 h-u-ftt Premium notes Keal estate RUTHERFORD COLLEGE. Burke County, N. C. POK' on the t AV Atl C hey had no car or uiuci ich they could place at the of the Express Company. That they couM make no n . 1 r transportation, lor mat y respectively granted ex- tirivile''e of such carriage to uthern Kxprs Company, ,t they had entered into an Ve contract with such com to the rates thereof. (;upon the Atlantic Express :y, by its President, T. C. . made complaint to the 1 Commission, and prayed re and equity. railroads replied that the Southern Express Com- rtiwmiM? aceomniodations" carriage of express freight flings is aillrded both to the and to individuals, and that tract was made- prior to the The best salve in the world for United States bonds, mar- cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt M5 "A; UiH V. 131'33l a5 .3. That the refusal of each of the rheum, fever sores, tetter, chaDned market value. ' 2.832.706 04 ' i - . . - - - - - - - defendants to grant to t1e plaintiff hands, chilblains corns and all TdZX W tM nn,l facilities for conductinff 'u cl UP""". " pubiuveiy cures imager accountsand bil s 15,910 W 4 " - .;i.r. : i Ti : - iifirerrpn rrtmn-i ma wi . . piico, ui uu ua y xeuuiitu. ii its . an express business over tne.r re- guarteed tQ perfecf satisfactioTli pP ce d...... 5peeuc luauo in ima au Gr money reiunaea. xnce zo cents wucuuou vuuloj undue preference and advantage to per box. For sale at John Y. Mac- Kae s. 632 468.80 263.553.58 Total assets $ 42,353,912.96 Liabilities: 194,305.98 72,000.00 130,775.00 cent) 35,424 507.00 and unjust discrimination against Reduced Bates to Piedmont Exposition Losses and endowments tl.o niintiff. in violation of said act Atlanta. Qa. una?3a8ted $ " r ' ' . Unpaid dividends, etc (es- nnd thfi rulos and reirulatious adoDt- or above occasion the Rich- timated. tj i r t r mond & Danville railroad will sell Reserve for paid-up insur ed by the Board of Railroad Com- 'At.n , .a . A4l . , ance claimable, and for . : . r . , . round trip tickets to Atlanta, Ga., Annuities missioners, in pursuance ot said act and return, on basis of three and Reserve required by laws and by authority of the same. one half cents per mile one way for .(lrie3' 4 psr W w the round trip, plus seventy-five . ' UntafnrW nr1mica?nn th F.v. Total liabilities $ 35,82' ,587.98 Clark and O. II. Guion attorneys ... , , , Surplus on 4 per per cent, 6,532 34.98 . . " posuion grounas ana transier At- The company claims superiority a for plaintitt, it is considered and innfo tn vjTnna5t.inn frrniin.lTipVptfi the high rate of int rest secured in its adjudged by the court, that so much on sale at alj, coupon stations in isthuTl of the contract entered into between North Carolina and Virginia on to policy holders. x a' , t.,ood nnA xvAncA.rc r Active agents wanted who can make each ot the defendants and the x "v "cu""UflJ JI""' a great deal of money. Liberal com . T, , October 20th t November 4th, missions will be paid. Apply to Southern Express Company, as ,. . , w . Qt, F. P. HOBG OD. hi,ui,vu iv "' vv,. r"" opeciai aay uckcis win De on sate Company the exclusive privilege of Tuesdays and Thursdays from Oct., conducting a general express busi 20th to November 5th, limited five ness over the respective roads of das including date of sale, at the . . . , . t i i x rate of one cent a mile travelled, plus seventy-live cents for one ad- each of the defendants the right to mission to the Exposition grounds grant to the plaintiff equal faeili- and transfer Atlanta to Exposition lies and rates of transportation for grounds, from all stations on Ashe- 1 x c? . i i i 1 If 1 MilC O Pill tilll UU 1" IU llUilU ill inn tit vaiuiuni, iiiliuwui" iisuu- ville, all stations on the A. C , The Rutherford Collet in Burke Coun-y, about one mile from the W . N. G. Railroad. Th healthf nl- ness of the place is remarkable Tho climate U brncii-g and cool in summer pit'ir-cifu uy surrcunam mouu rnins from ?evere cold in winter. No epidemic has invaded the villgfe in its hisrory. Within ten minutes' walk are the famous Connelly Springs, the waters of which are shipped to Europe, and which are thronged the year round with invalids. Young ladies and gen tleman coming to the College from malariai districts si improve in appear ance dnring the college term that the plac3 has become proverbial as a health resort as well as for its educationa! facilities It is a moral place. It is ! the centre of a local option township, and all the towns within forty miles are undf-r prohibitory restraints. Board can be had in full for $8 to $9 per month; in messing clubs for $3 to $5. ui'ion ranges from $3, in Preparatory Department, to $4, in College classes. FACULTY: Rev. R. L. Abernethv, A. M., D. D.f President and Professor of Physical Science Metaphysics and ' heo oerv. Arthur T. Abernethy, A. M. iJohns Hopkins), Professor of Modern Lan guages and Grtek. L. Berge Abernethy, A. B., Professor of jwainemaucs. W. K. Abernethy, A. M., Professor of History, English, Elocution, and Instructor in Law Department and Latin. Hoi George N. Folk, Lecturer on Law. w. w. bcott, m, D., Lecturer on Medi cin?. Rev. Charl?s H. V issner, Ph. D (Leip- sio Manager of College Extension Department. Prof. M. Bookbinder, of London, a graduate of Berlin, will give les eons in Music, on Piano, Organ and Violin; Voice Culture a specialty. BUILDINGS: The old buildings were destroyed by fire Augu?t 9th, 18U0, but have been re placed by oue of the most handsome and commodious college buildings in the Soutn. 'KAITS PAINTED BY 6. Randan. 131J Fayetteville Street, RALEIGH, X. C Testimonials will be furnished upon application. aug!9-f RICHMOND AND DANVILLE R. R. COMPANY. Office of Gexesal Manages. Atlanta, Ga., Sop. 1, isi. mi K mm This company will pav $t 0.000 for tha arrest and conviction of the person, or HVivuo, uu remuveu iae ran irom tU8 track of the Western North Carolina Hailroad, near Bostian's Bridge, Ire dell county, North Carolina, on tht ui&iiL ujl euaescay, August aii, 1591. W. H. GREEN, , General Manager Richmond & Danville R. R. Co. RALEIGH AND AUGUSTA AIlt-LISE h H. In efTeot Sunday, Oc. 25, 1891. GOLSQ SOUTH. R. L. ftbemethY, President. W. E. flbemethU, Secretary, octtt-tf The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company, OF NEWARK, N. J. 9-6 tf District Manager. No. 41. P&Bsenger & Mail. Lv K&leigu 4 00 p m Cary 4 19 Merry Oaks.... 4 54 KLoncure.. 5 05 Sanford 5 28 Cameron 5 64pm 12 to Bouth'n PineB . . 6 21 2 40 pm Aoeraeen... .. 6 31 Ar Hamlet 7 20 Lv Hamlet 7 40 p m KtmOf o to Ar Gibson.... 8 18pm No. 6. Freight & Paseenge r. 6 30 a m 7 t7 8 36 9 00 11 20 3 10 5 00 A, 6. BAUER, ARCHITECT. RALEIGH, N. C. One of the Oldest, Largest, Strongest, and Best Financial Institutions in the world. Ve pay Larger dividends than any otner company and can show policies in North Carolina that are to-day draw ing over a 50 per cent, dividend. We furnish the Best and Cheapest Insurance offered by any company. For further information address OIIN C. DREWRY, GOING NOBTH. No. 88. Ko. 4. Passenger Freight & Mail. Ptszenge Lv Gibson 7 00 a.m. Ghio 7 18 Ar Hamlet 7 38 Lv Hamlet 8 00 5 00am Aberdeen. .. 8 49 7 25' Bout'rn Pines 8 58 7 47 Cameron .... 9 25 8 55 Banford .i 52 10 45 p m 'f one-are 10 16 12 CO H rrOafce..l0 26 12 30 0rv 11 01 2 10 -aleich 1120 am 2 45 PITTSBORO ROAD. Leave Pittsboro 10 2F a. m. Rnd5 10pm. Arrive Sloncure 9.55 a. m. and 3 45 1 m. Leave Sloncure 11:10 a.m. and 5:55 p m. Arri. rittsboro 9:10 a. a., and S:) p m. J. C. WINDER, Gen'l Manager. L. T- MYERS, Gen'ISupt. WSi.SilHTH. Snvt CARTHAGE RAILROAD. Leave Carthage a. m. and 1:30 p ra. Amvo Cameroi :35 a. m. ar.d2:15 p.m. Leave Cameron 9:35 a. ni. and 6 00 p.m. Arxivt Cartha ?e 10:10 a. m.and 6:35 p.m. W. C. PETIT, Manager. ness, with those granted to the Southern Express Company be de- Air Line, including Charlotte, N. ired illegal and void. C, and all stations on Chester & of the Atlantic Express , V... T. . . - ii was uho argued that t. r...t. .i. Lenoir N. G. railroad. Gastonia to I II. I V I II II III'I M I 1 II 1 1 1 (I HI I 1 11,11. I I Ir. I " ' ranroads wi-re conipelk'd to r i c ,i i c j . I Lincolnton, N. C, inclusive. For 1 rf-tiK.il nt tlif flf-ffindnnta tn nrrfi.ii fa - . . - ' prw pnvilrp s to every L .i i . jr T- c ful1 miormation call on nearest company applying it would P4"""" tlcket agent, see advertising matter their respective roads in this State, W. A. Turk, A. G. P. A. unon thft fhmfind of iho. nlaintiff Charlotte, N. C. therefor, is an undue preference State Agent, Raleigh, N. C. Active agents wanted in every town Plans and specifications furnished in tlie State. on application. -J-ly. . J t t thi out. fill in the blanks. and mail to us. c e will return you guaranteed cost. Importing Merchant Tailor My stock is now complete and will lAf1j I Amount Age (nearest birthday)., ff '"iterlcrt with tbe wants of ?,-r" on it piusmger trains a n irs must neces- W Madid. :!i('r. it was argut-.l that the Carolina statute did not, in f t-mw, require railroads to '"K companies in tho . 4 - " v tat, un.k.p somt; circumstances, B,ayWhMc to. without incon mvyone company, and f"11 tins positive enactment FyllH-'s lldt ih.rr.l .i -upon mem r'ltransnnrtMi; n i "nun iu an com- WilS also rnnt.n,1-.,l '"m 0Vt'r tbis matter. TIIK DKCISI0X- fc Kailroud C f S and tlai compare, in style and quali:.v,with any house in the country. I employ only First-Uass Workmen, Notice of Incorporation. Dvsnensia and Indigestion. tmu rtuviimc iu iu ouuuiuu ua- m tueir worst iornis are cureu uy chant tailor in the country. All of mv work made up under my personal inspection. mniission had no press company, and an unjust dis- the use of P. P. P. If you are crimination against the plaintiff in debilitated and run down, or if you , . . P Al Al need a tonic to regain flesh and lost violation ol the terms ot the act ... . 4lf , . , appetite, strength and vigor, take to provide for the general supervi- p p. p. and you will be strong t0 wnat 1 think the sions ot railroads, steamboat or ca- and healthy. For shattered con- nal companies, express and tele- stitution and lost manhood P. P. P. frrnnh mmnnnips. duinfr luisinosfi m (Prickly Ash, Poke -ItOOt and I'O t, t, A r . tassium) is the king of all medicine, the btateof Jsorth Carolina. Chap- . t.i ,.; ter 320 of the acts and iesolutions fier in the world For saie by an RBW TOfk M WeSt tnO LOndOIl of the general assembly of North druggists. ClnrrJinn coaeinn lftOI nnrl rf flin , . . A A. Intense Interest in the McDougald rules governing the transportation of 11.-.0 freight and the regulations concern ing freight rates, which have been Interest in the celebrated Mc- North Cakolixa, Wake Couit'y. In the fli e Clerk of superior Court Notico ia hereby give by the unrier -ign- ei, that the 'iir'g8 Bniidicg and Manu ttcturing Company," have tb'S dav been incorporated under the laws of North Car olina; that the business proposed to be done by said cooapany is the building and repairing houses and 'he improvement of I respectfully invite your inspection real esra e, the bming, sawing and filing luuii er, inn mauusauiuro auu saio 01 any articles made ot wood or a combination ol wood and metl and ether materils, the buTiug, seJ line holding, eutmg and leas ing real estate, aud doing such other things not contrary U law to carry on the business as above indicated, 'lheprinci pal place of business is IUleigh. N. C, the duration of the corporation 30 yers; the amount of capital stock is $12,000, divided into HO shares of the par value of $ 00 each, with the privilege of increasing said stock to $100,000; that no stockholder shall be individually hable for any debt, con trait, omkeion or liability o said corporation. JOHN W. THOMPSON, Clerk Superior Court Wake County. Jent 19th-6w. FinestSelectionof Fine Woolens Ever Shown in the State. Fashions. G. N. WALTERS, 234 FayetteviUe St. wnmission gives adopted bv the board of Railroad Dougald trial is ever on the in- at.. review of the Commissions in nn,P. of crease. The array of counsel will es: "n Ult hi- j it u and - That t , XS.S bU - 'outhe KH d, 1 . , . . . I UC DH Willi ClllU ilC. X Ul l AIVy mm act ana uy aumoruy 01 me fenge wi be Jno. D. Shaw Sr., and i i Jno. D. Shaw, Jr., of Rockingham; BSr Try Walters' Method for gar ment cutting. oct6-lm Publication of Summons, of facts, the same. It is further adjudged and the W. F. French and W. S. Norment, north Carolina ) q phttrt urt doth so order that each of the of Lumberton, and J. C. McRae Wake County, uperior i.ourt. urt uoia so oraer, mat eacn oi me ifav,or t ism. court . , , . and Jno. ft. Shaw, of Favetteville. 1 February Term, lwra. v v.uiHiucuueienaants, grant unto the plaintitt " " 1 ' uora j. ut while the attorneys tor the prosecu- plaintiff, vs ET, Notice of ( Civil Action. ot ra H to -i. tacn equal rates and facilities tor con- tion are Alfred Rowland and N. A. E. B. Utley, Southern duo.tinr a rronofoi arnica Vinai'nAaa tvtt PTmu.. witi u defendant. . 65 fa"4 1WS - iiiauiiiuuiuau, ; VT i The defendant, E- B. Utley, will exclu- over their respective roads within Neal, of Launnburg, and rank take notice that a civil action has been a Ken- the limits of th Sttfo North Car- McNeill, of Rockingham. Onehun- Sanst to Intoe Sm he re- nlina .ui, i, i a dred and forty-two witnesses nave above, the purpose of which -s to ob- ue re- olina, with those already granted to , , nmmA tbft Fav- tain adivor?e from the bonds of matri- nts to the South irn .ii mony, and the said defendant is hereby v ww., v crieviiie x. jo server htatea. wim i . nmnor voM and they may hereafter grant to the probability that the number will be demur to the complaint wnich will b THE YARBO ROUGH HOUSE. R. B. RANEY, Proprietor. Ia.loie:ti 3ST. Rates $2.50 per day. 11 0.50 to I15.C0 per week. Qe right to J lueueien- bouthern Express Co., or to any facii;,? A1 10 the Plain" other person, firm or corporation, fsPortatio tfn and ratea of Uo whom thevmav at anv time irrant M1WniuctinWO Lt. ' . " . e H b ine privilege ot conducting a gen- increased to two hundred. deposited in the office of the clerk of the baperior court for Wake county, HOTEL FLORENCE. T. G. ARRINGTON, Manager. 1ST. N. oT. durinff the first th diva oi Rooms, with meateat the xarboro No one ever tried Simmons Liv the said term. " T1 r?rt u:n(, ootisfipd JOHN W. THOMPSON, U. b. U. -ftpeciai raue mj wwjera awuu- er Regulator without being satisnea Peee & j att,ya 'for plaln. mg supreme Court. witn its enect. j iiut. oci-iaw-ow i juueoi-wu. JYNCHBURG & DURHAM R. R. SHORT LINE TO NORTn AND west. Trains leave Durham as follows : No. 21, Local 610a.m. No. 2, Mail and Express, . . . .3.30 p. m. Arrive at Durham: No. 1, Mail and Express.. . .11.55 a. m. No. 21, Local, 5.30 p. m. Ko. 1 connects at Durham with Rich mond and Danville trairs for Raleigh and points South; at Denaeston Junc tion with Atlantic and Danville trains from Danville. No. 2 Connects at Denniston Junction with Atlantic and Danville trains for Danville. Close connection made at Lynchburg wUh Richmond and Danville, Chesa peake and Ohio, and Norfolk and West ern railroads, to and from all points North and East, West and South-west The shortest and most direct line to all points North and West. For information apply to W. N. MIiCHELL, Gen'l Supt. Lynchburg, Va. Daily except Sunday. t Daily. LEIGH AND QAHTON RAILROAD, in effect Sunday, October 25, 1891. TBAJJfS MOVINO NOBTH. No. 34. No. S3. Pass. Daily Pass, & Mail. Daily ex. Bun Lv Kaleigh. 5 00 pm 11 25 ata Mill Brook 5 15 pm 11 41 am Wake Forest,. . 5 39 pm 12 05 pm Franklinton... . 6 01 pm 12 26 pm Kittrell 6 19 pm 12 44 pm Henderson 6 36 pm 1 00 pm Yarren Plains 7 14 pm 1 39 pm Macon 7 22 pm 1 46 pm Ar Weldon 8 30 pm 2 45 pm TRUSS XOYXHO SOUTH. No. 41. No 45. Eaas. and Mail. Daily ex. Bon. Daily Pa, L Weldon 12 15 pm 6 00 ra Macon 113 pm 7 06&m Warren Plains. 1 20 pm 7 15 am Henderson 2 22 pm 7 53 am Kittrell 2 39 pm 8!1 am Franklinton ... 2 56 pm 8 29 am Wake Forest,.. 3 17 pm 8 50 am Mill Brook.... b 40pm 9 15am Ar Raleigh 355 pm 930am LOTJISBTJKO B1ILBOAD. Leaves Louisburg at 7 :35 a. m.,and 11.30 p m. Arrives at Franklinton at 8.10 a m and 12X5 pm. ' Leaves Franklinton at 6.05 p m, and 8 35 p m. Arrives at Louiaburg at 6.40 a m and 6.10 p m. JOHN 0. WINDER, Oenl Manager. L. T. MYTRS, Oonl Supt. WS1 BSHTILSaperintendf aft. I .... r : f: . . r ( est 3 ! r