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FROM MURPHY TO News in in a North Carolina Condensed Form. THE STATE'S PROGRESS. Incidents and Industries, Efforts and Energies, Persons and Things from Cherokee to Currituck. The Protestant Methodist Con ference convenes at Burlington to day. Mrs. Mary Dusenbury takes charge of the St. Cloud Hotel in Concord and closes the St. James. The Grand Lodge of Good Tcm plers of this State will meet wiih Black's Chapel Lodge, near God win Station on the Wilson and Fayetteville "Short cut," commenc ing December 9th. The Asheville Citizen states that work is now in progress on eight cotton mills in the State. North Carolina has for several years led the south in the number of mills, though not in the number of looms and spindles. A car load of granite consisting ot one huge block of excellent qual ity and texture and weighing: over nineteen tons, from the Mount Airy Granite Company's quarries, passed through here a few days ago on its way to Philadelphia, where it will be utilized as a base for an impor i am monument wnicn in tue near future will adorn the Quaker city, ays the Ureensboro Record. The Penitentiary Board has ap pointed three ot their number to visit Cabarrus and secure, if possi ble, 10,000 acres of land for farm ing the convicts. They want all the land between Buffalo and Coddle Creeks one way, and between the Beatie's Ford road and Rocky river roads the other way says the Char lotte News. Within these bounds about 6,500 acres have been secur ed and the remainder can easily be gotten. Ihey want to rent for ten years with the privilege of buying. Mr. W. B. Felton, a farmer and one of Chowan's most prominent citizens, living at Rocky Hock, some twelve miles from Edenton, was called to the door of his house Tuesday night by some unknown person, who fired at Mr. Felton with a gun, all the shot taking effeet and causing painful wounds. The assas sin escaped. Mr. Feltoirs daugh ier nm weni to tne ooor ana was asked if her father was at home. He was in bed and she called him. He dressed and went to the door, when he was shot with a load of mixed shot, says the Farmer and Fisherman NEW FURNITURE ! WALNUT, MAPLE, OAK. In JOHNSON & BARBER 11 MARTIN ST.. RALEIGH, Are daily receiving their large, hand some sTCCKor. BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE For the Fall Trade. OAK SUITS, CHEVAL SUITS, MAGNIFICENT DESKS. -CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WAGONS AND - CARTS IN ENDLESS VARIETY OF STYLES AND PRICES With the enlargement of our store by the addition or fifty by forty feet, two stones, we are enabled to store a larger stock than any other establish ment in the citv. tST" Oar stock is the largest to select irom. T We guarantee the quality of our goods to be up to the standard, and pnees as low as tne iowe3t. MAIITEO The Turning Point With many a nan 1 some trivial act, and mere recommcndat!m of some friend to try B. 8. has saved the I'.vcs of hundreds. Speaking a j-'ood word for S. S. S. la natural, for wherever it has been tried there have always been good results. '8 t ( blood Poborwo, i A - cancer of thk Ulcers and Sorbs. All Sejm Diseases. A treati-e 'on Wood and Skin Diseases mailed free ou application.. Druggists Sell It. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., liratver 3. Atlanta, Go 4-28-dw-ly IP F. 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 ofSavrnnah (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 amonar Dhvsicians fn t.hft Smith fnr its vnrinnn And wnn- derful cures as the great purifier of the a?e Blood Poison Primary. Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis, old sores, pimples, blotches, Bcroiiua, oioou aim mercurial poison and skm 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 failed. Rheumatism Tnflammatorv. erout. sciatic and its kindred diseases with its excrutiating pains are cured by the wonderful blood- ly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium. Catarrh Originates in scrofulous taint. P. P. P. purifies the blood and this prevents catarrh. For Old Sores, Skin Eruptions, Pim ples, ulcers and byphilis, use only P. P. P., and get well and enjoy the bless ing only to be derived from the use of P. P. P. Prickly Ash. Poke Root and Potassium. W HOLES AliE Sole Proprietors, SAVANNAH, GA. 7-DfeW-ly Scientific American Anency for; CAVEATS, SPSIW PATENTS COPYRIGHTS etc. for information and free Handbook write to ? 1 1; -J N & CO.. Sl Rpjuhwat. Ntsw YmjK- O'.ac&t bureau for securing: patents in America, livery patorit tairen out by ns is bronpht bef ore tho. public by a notice given free of charge in the Lare-ept circulation of any PCientifio paper in the worla. Wp'.eniidlT illustrated. No intfiliitroTit. man should be without it. Weeklv, $3.00 a yoar; hUti sir ni.mtus. Address MUNN St CO.. I'riBLisTiKRS, 3W Broadwav, New York. COTTON BUYEKS. We have this dav formpri nership under the firm name of M. A. Parker & Son, for the purpose of doing a eeneral Cotton Business nrri ra c licit correspondence from all points in mis ana ine aaiacent states, as nnr facilities for buying and handling cot ton is not excelled bv anv one. Sno.i l attention will be eiven to sDinners' orders; also to the buying of finer grades of cotton and the handling of crops of cotton belonging to planters. With our experience in the business and good connections for placing cot ton, we feel warranted in spying that we guarantee as good prices as any one in the business, where parses wish to hold their cotton, we can furnish stor age for 1.500 bales and will make liberal cash advances on same. i). o. o. lor LiDpman Bros.. Druggists, r K1HMOND & DANVILLE RA IL IA, ROAD COMPANY, Condensed Schedule in Effect November 15, 1891. SOUTHBOUND. DAILY. No. 9. No. 1L Lv. Richmond , . . 3 00 pm 3 20 am C Tliif Vixri 11 o K 1ft rvm Kit am Kejsille 5 5 pm 5 51 am Danville 8 10 pm 8 05 am Greensboro 10 30mn 10 12 am Ar Lv. Goldsboro 12 i5 pm ft 35 pm Ar. Raleigh supper) 1 55 pm 5 45 pm Lv. Raleigh fi 40 pm 3 05 in " Durham 7 4t pm 5 07 am A r. Greensboro ..... 10 15 pm 9 40 am Lv. Winston-Salem. t8 40 pm 8 50 am Greensboro 10 40 pm10 20 am Ar Salisbury 12 32 am 1 1 57 atu Ar. Statesville 1 52 am 1 0'J pm asheville 6 55 am 5 69 pu Hot Springs 8 56 ara 7 44 pm Lv. Salisbury 12 40 am12 05 pm Ar, Charlotte 2 00 am I '60 pm " Spartanburg, ... 5 00 am 4 27 pm " Greenville 6 10 an. 5 34 pm " Atlanta 12 20 pm 11 45 pm Lv. Charlotte 2 10 am 1 50 pvi Ar. Columbia 6 07 am 5 19 pm Augusta 9 30 am 9 15 prr- NORTHBOUND. DAILY". No. 10. No. 12 Lv. Augusta 7 00 pm 2 CO pm " Columbia 10 50 pm 5 05 pm Ar. Charlotte 3 05 am 9 CO pm Lv. Atlanta 8 50 pm10 10 pm Ar. .aariotte 6 40 am 8 50 um liV. unarioiie 7 oo am 9 30 pm Ar. aiisoury 8 '7 atu 11 00 om Lv. Hot Springs 5 22 pm12 39 pm Asheville 2 40 am 4 25 nm it btatesville 7 07 am Q:7nm Ar. Salisbury 8 00 am 10 12 pm juv. oansoury 37 amll 08 pm Ar. Greensboro 10 20 am 12 42 am Ar. Wins' on-Slem.ll 40 am t2 20 am Lv. Greensboro 10 30 am 1 00 am Ar. Durham 12 32 pm 5 07 am " Raleigh 125 pm 7i0am Lv. Raleigh 1 30 pm 18 45 am Ar. Goldsboro 3 05 pm 12 28 pm Liv. ixreensDoro W10 30 am12 50 am Ar. DanvUle 1210 pm 2 35 am Key8vule 2 52 pm 5 03 am Burkeviile 3 37 pm 5 41 am Richmond 5 30 pm 7 40 am tDaily except Sunday. Daily. BETWEEN West Point and Kichmoud. Leave West Point 7.50 a m daily and 8.50 a m daily exceDt Sunday and Mon davi arrive Richmond 9.10 and in m. Returning leave Richmond 310 p m ana 4 4j p in aauy except Sunday arrive West Point 5.00 and ti.00 p m. Between Richmond and Raleijib via Kcvsville. Leave Richmond 3.00 nm dflilvlvr- Keysville 0.00 p m; arrive Oxford 8.03 p m; Henderson 9.05 pm; Durham 9.35 d n; Raleigh 10.40 p m. Returning leave blaleieQ 9.15 a m. dailv. Dnrham 10 9 u m; lle'uleraon 10 05 am; Oxford 11.45 a m; arrive Keysville 2 00 p in; Richmond o.du p m. Tnrough coach between Richmond and Raleigh. Mixed tram leaves Kevsvill dnilv except Sunday 9J0 a m; arrives Dur nam p m ieaves Durham 7. 15 a m daily except Sunday: arrives Ox fnrrl 9 10 a m. Leaves Durham 7.50 n m daily excent Sundav: arrives Kpvrvi'IIp 2.10 a m. Leaves Oxford 3.00 a m flail v except Sunday; arrives Durham 5.00 a m. Additional trains leuva Oxford dniu except Sunday 11.50 a m; anive Hen derson 12. to P m. Keturnlntr leavp Henderson 6.30 and 9.40 1 m dailv Avrpnt Sunday, airive Oxfonl 7.35 and 10.45 m. Washinsron and Sonth .vfst.m Ves tibule Limited ODerated hfttwppn Washin ?trtn and A fl unto HqIItt i, Washington 11.00 p. m. Danville 5.50 a. m. Greensboro 7.10 a. m., Salisbury 8.28 a. m. Charlotte 9.45 a. m., arrives Atlanta 5.C5 p. m. Retn miner. lavf Atlanta 1.25 p m., Charlotte 9.20 p. m., Salisbury 10.29 p. m. Greensboro 11.54 n. m : arrives Danvill 1 x a . Lynchburg 3 35 a. m.. WaRhinot' 8.38 a.m. n No. 9. leaving Goldsboro 2.15 p. m. and Raleigh 6.40 p. m. daily makes con nection at Durham with No. 40 leav" ing at 7.50 p. m. daily except Sunday for jnos. 9 and 12 connect at Richmond from and to West Point nnfl naUimA daily except Sunday. SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE. On trains 9 and 10, Pullman Buffet! bleeper between Atlanta and New York; between Danville and Augusta, ?d ?SeiSn (via AshevlUei and5 Knoxville, Tenn. On 11 and 12, Pullman Bnffett S'eeper betwu Richmond and Danville Raleigh and Greensboro, and Pullman Buffett Sleepers between New York Washington and Knoxville via Dan- vine. eaiisnurv arid Aohotriii Pullman sleepers between Washington auu ivaneas city via Atlanta, Birmiue ham and Memphis. h BERKLEY, Superintendent, Richmond. Va. W. A. TURK, A. G. P. A., Charlotte, N. C. W. H. GHEEV, General Manager, J 18. L. TAYLOa, Gen'l tAg' ,v tt. .0 Atlanta, Ga, aaao, Ar&nic iuanager, Atlanta, Ga Mortgage Bale. By virtue of authority conferred in a mortgage executed to me on the 12th day of November, A. D. 1884, by Albert H. Scott and wife, recorded in Book 80, at page (44, m Register of Deeds office of Wake county, and at the request of said Scott I will, on Saturday, the 19th day of December, 1891, at the court tnibE?ST f7ica51'5t 12 o'clock, 1.. the tract of land described in said mortgage.situated in White Oak town ip. adding tbe lands of John Har wocd, Li. D Baucom, Catherine Scott, Barb. Lewter, and others, containing 30K acres. JAMES M. PTJGH Peelk & Matnabd, Mortgasee. novdlm113 fr Morte. TrTTT HH v HH EEEES TT YLA HHH EEE TT HH HH EEEEE MUTUAL. LIFE HSURAHCE GO, OF NEW YORK. RICH A.K D A. McCUliDY, Pbksxdi," Assets $147,154,! Liabilities...... 137,173,727 20 82 burplus: $j,y8 1,233 3 When a uicited to insure in othr-r nies, rememter that THE MUTU1LLIPE INouUANCE COMP'Y oi New York ieenti tied to your first consideration, since it holds the inremoet place among the Lift Insurance Institutions ot the world, and offers fcuperior Advantages in all the fea tures of business, together with unequalled 1. It is the Okdest active life Insnr ance Company in this country. 2. It is the Laeoest Life Insurance Com pany m the world. -It is the Btbongest financial institu tion in the world, its asgeta amounting to more than $147,000,000. -It is the Hafest Comnanv in which to 3.- 4. insure. 5. It is the Cheapest Company In which to insure. Its large dividend return reduce the final coat of Insurance to a minimum. 6. It is the Best Company in whioh tt insure, as it combines all the advan tages of age, large and selec'. mem bership, financial strength, absolute security, and the cheapest insurance that is honestly possible under anj contraot which has a definite value to the beneficiary. 7. It has no stockholders to claim anj part of the profits. The assets and sur pins all belong to the insured 8. Its ratio of expenses to receipi3 show tf o most economical management. 9. Its Mew Policy is the most liberal evei offered by any Insurance Company. 10. It places eo ItEraicrioNS upon Trav- o:, Occupation or Itet-idence after be ing two years in force. 11. - JLJeim? practically Non-Fokfeitaele and Incontestable it provides a lega cy and not a lawsuit. lii.- It is the (Simplest and most compre hensive iorm ol Insurance Contract ever issuoo, 11 the Policyholder pay nis Premium while he lives, the Com pany will pay the lull value of nie Policy when he dies. 13. All Claims are pud im lyuno acceptance of proofs ot ;. 11. The i)iTiuBUTiON Policy cu tme Com pany presents a most attractive in vestment feature. It not only accu mulates the surplus arising from the premiums over the cost of the insur ance on each policy in force during the Distribution period, bui increase it by compound interest. MILLER & LINDSAY, District Agts for North Carolina, RALEIGH, N. C. Office in Henrv Buildintr. immediate! in front of Postoffice. Lock Box 373. If VOU want to know what a nnlinv will cost cut this out, filling in the blanks, and mail to ub. We will return vou estimate and one of our calendars: Amount Age (nearest birthday) Name Address .. apr 1-tillJanl Woodland Coal Office AND STORAGE WAREHOUSE FOR COAL IN SACKS, -AT- A, DUGHE'S FRUIT STORE Next to Citizens' Bank. ANTHRACITE : Wilkesbarre free burning white ash. &cnuylkill Shamokin ( Lorberry Schuylkill red These are the best hard coal for grates and stoves. BITUMINOUS: Kanawha West Virginia Splint, Tennessee Splint, New River Splint, jrocanontaa bolt. These are the best soft coal for grates and open fire places. Seasoned and half seasoned Oak, Hickory, &c. Original and old field seasoned pine. Office telephone 79. Yard tele phone 103. Orders received as late as 10 o'clock at night. Send your orders in at once. PHIL H. ANDREWS. auffl2-6m. 1 vv 1 1854-x ESTAB: . T. J. HACKNET. GEO. IIACKNKT. . D. HACKNEY BROS. & MANUFACTURERS OF. Bugg ROCKY MOUItT AND Wllsa . Represented in Raleish by Yancev & c Smithl 9 J ft02crs; tt Oxford; THE LATEST 365-Night Engagemem ai J. HAL PHARMACY, Consisting of the following iatere-tingpropaaii PART I. Chewing Gum Solo, pjT Soda Water Polka, Cigars, Selections. Tobbacc, i x PART n. Fancy Goods Rv!i Toilet Articles 0: Family Medicines C: Physicians' Prescrintions id IT Other Specialties Interspersed. Phonographic Orchestra Bcte n . .1 . A. M T-v . m tr .11 n ! xvttserveu seats iree. uoors otu iruui a. u. w " - Polite ushers. JF. HLAJU. BOBBITT, Pharmac FAYETTEVILLE Rilf ijb, 5. t. o CD p ? x ? r iP v n 0 -5 5 2 " j SI F . 1 - a. 2 II r m - L - : . "isS-i0! 2 S nTi ,j lit-' " - S Oof-iar?!- I: 5. o Z - J 0 w " -3 ?- 'JL s ' 71 r V - r. : ; t4 & O r ,.x- s S CO 5 ;i r. E : r colXr Back SISII C i M. A. Parker & Son. sept2-4m Raleigh, N. C. I XI ,.:i'