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fe i&ilg Jtot &towle, gatt. 20, 1892.
G mmmm l" - roi cm rin u'-v t ;n n v i r r- 1 j V H t.l ft 1 f 1 1 1. TO News in North Carolina in a Condensed Form. 7Ytf STATE'S PROGRESS, MURPHY MANTEO i Incidents and Industries, Efforts emi hneryies, Persons and Things from Clterokee to Currituck. On Monday the shuttle block fac tory, Mr. L. A. Weedon proprietor, began work at Sanford. The Milton Enterprise announces the assignment of J. M. White, dealer in general merchandise there. About 12 o'clock Sunday night the depot house at Catawba station 0 nn Iip W. K. U. K. K., Was vtirned. The Sanford Express learns that it has been reported that every merchant in Sanford had failed ex cept two firms. It is unable to get any foundation for such report and condemns the party who knowingly or intentionally 1 circulates a report oi this kind. Mr. Peter E. Smith, resident en gineer for the Wilmington and Wrel don Railroad Company, says the grading of the Washingt on railroad is finished. Only the trestle-work remains to he done before the track can be laid, but there is so much W& irater that work has been suspended .uS&Vfor awhile. lftH Mr Hardy, of the Chronicle, l "writes us from Liberty that Liberty .jiU'.Bl Academv and Business Institute, of ?,!phich Prof. J. M. Weatherly is Hjy superintendent, has more new stu- ' 'dents than it ever had at any pre- i I 1 . T!1 ':t10US beginning, juiueriy is pro- beginning. ?! flgreasive along all lines WA The Durham jNational Bank is 5. ilnn n. sound and solid foundation J with J. S. Ca-rr, president; AV. W. 'idler, vice-president; Leo. D. Urartt, Cashier; J. M. AYhitted, iteller: W. J. Hollo way, book- L. peeper; and C. C. Thomas, clerk. ine iouowing vere eiecteu uireciors: 0. S. Bryan, Jas. A. Bryan, J. S er, J. T. Mallory, Leo. I). Heartt, lino. Tr. Smith, E. K. Kennedy Ind J. W. Walker. At Danbury early last Friday lorning the cry was heard: "A oman and child are in the creek." rs. Nancy Chamberlain attempted cross the swollen creek on a all nole. When about midwav Vrnm slip Tout. ur ludnrnp and fll with her baby in her . arms. The ild was awept from her and owned and but for the timely 'rival of aid, the Reporter says, the Uher would have been drowned S I to. After one or two hour's rch the body of the child was re vered. There was a big alliance meeting iRabo'" cfnrti in T.JnnrJn nti- nf t- t Friday. A lot of fellows who not belong to the Alliance were re, and they got into a row. It a bloody fight. Two brothers he name of Chapman set upon j Sain and carved him up terri- One gash extended from i's neck down across his abdo- , ending at his thigh. There is hance for Sains recovery, so Joctors .'jay. One of the Chan- the Charlotte 2Tetcs savs, has arrested and is now in jail at pint on. ie mineral prospects in Gran- county grow brighter every the Oxford Day is told. The of employes at the Blue "Wing jr mines have been increased. are using white labor now, ;md it more satisfactory. New hts better the deeper they go. bin i3 said to be 120 feet wide, iq ore oi uign grade and tree m purities. It is now known he iron belt extends from ram to Knap of Reeds, and have been leased by the Penn- 'a capitalists m the latter sec- Mr. Raker is reported as that there is more iron ore ;hern Granville that at Bir- r i The Turning Point With manr " v.inn i ?rtne trivial act, and a mere recorrimi'-uVi tvi m " s.me friend to try S. S. H, ha3savedtlI!v:oimmareus. T .i V.'Oi a TOT 7. "5. r. 13 Uttiuni, us be-u tried there have always been whrrpver it ' good results. n V ELOOD POISOKINd, Cancer of the Skin, Ulcers and Sores. All Skjx Diseases. for i A tr. or; r.locl and Skin Diseases mailed jjrwjgists Sell It. SWIIT SPECIFIC CO., Brawer S Atlanta Ga. 4-2S-d-Sw-lF Scientific American Agency for CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS. 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Splendidly illustrated, no lmeuigem should be witnout it. weesiy, m.uw a mm piifipli LiPDman Bros.. Druggists, POKINE CURES RHEUMATISM, COAL., After much delay from lack of sup plies at mines, lack of cars, strikes and other causes, we hare succeeded in making arrangements for regular sup plies of the most popular and econom ical coals in. the country, consisting of Pocahontas Lump tor Fuel,, Pocahontas Run of 3ine steam. Gay ton Red Ash, Egg and Nut, Mingo IIcuatain Splint (the best Splint we ever had.) Free-buriiiog Anthracite, Eg?, Stove and Nut Sizes. For sale low for cash, from a barrel i r it - . A 1 f - o any Dart oi tne city, to carioaas to any depot, direct from mines, on shon notice. Jones & Powell MINERS' AGENTS, Raleigh, N, C. nov26-tf Northwestern Mutual Life insurance Co, Annual Statement Jan. 1, 1891. Assets: Loans on bond and mort gage do,4.),b.i.lD Premium notes 602,741.62 997,106.22 Real estate United States bonds, mar ket value State and municipal bonds, market value Cash on hand and in banks Accrued interest and rent Ledger accounts aed bills Deferred premiums (20 per cent, deducted) Premiums in course oi collection (ditto ; 131,331.25 2.832,73.04 515.151.40 15,910. IS 632,43S.S0 2C3.553.5S Total a?sets. . 42,:i53,912.W5 Liabilities: Losses and endowments unadjusted . Unpaid dividends, ate (es timated) Reserve tor paid-up insur ance claimable, and for Annuities Resserve required by laws States (actuaries' 4 per cent) , Total liabilities I Surplus on 4 per per cent, 104,305 72,000.00 ! 130,775.00 35,424 507.00 j 35,S2l,5S7.9s! 6,532,324.98 ! The company claims superiority in the high rate of interest secured iii its low death rate and small expense. It is thus able to pay very iarge dividends to policy holders. Active agents wanted who can make a great deal of money. Liberal com missions will be paid Applv to F. P. KOBG-. OD. Oxford. N. C, 9-26 tf DLstrict Manager. The Rutherford. College, North Cap.oiina, Will open it s Spring Term, with the Old President in the Chair, on Janu ary the 16th, intbeNew Building, with a lull corps of Professors in each De partment. Telegraphy, Law, Book keeping, and Bnsiness generally will be taught in connection with the regu lar College Course. Board, including all expenses, is from 5 to $9 per month. Special arrangements made for board ing young ladies. Come one, come ALL, and try this healthy, moral, quiet, pleasant place. Address, 11. L. ABERXETIIY, declS-lm. President. JYNCHBURG & DURHAM R, R SHORT LINE TO NORTH AND WEST. . Trains leave Durham as follows : No. 22, Local 6.20 a. m. No. 2, Mail and Express, 3.30 p. m. No. 12, Mixed 5 a. m. Arrive at Durham: No. 1, Mail and Express,. . .11.50 a. m. XT r OI T .-n-r 1 rr orv x.w. ml, uuwu, .J.CWJ p. Ill, No. 11, Mixed 7.30 p. m No. 1 connects at Durham with Ricn- mond and Danville trains for Raleisrh and points South; at Denniston Junc tion with Atlautic and Danville trains from Danville. No. 3 Connects at Denniston Junction with Atlantic and Danville trains for Danville. Close connection made at Lvnchbure with Richmond and Danville, Chesa peake and Ohio, and Norfolk and ern railroads, to and from all points iorin anu iLast, west ana outn-west The shortest and most direct line to all points North and West. For information applv to W. N. MITCHELL" Gen'l Supt., Lynchburg, Vfe. Daily except Sunday. Dailv. NEW BUILDING COMPANY. The Briggs Building&Mf gCo Has been incorporated and invites the business of the public. It is prepared to furnish estimates, or build and repair any kind of build ings, and furnish sash, blinds andothei building material at snort notice sep20- LEATHER IV iMSP with y T ALEIQH AND GA8TOK BULUOAI l in effect Bundtiy, January 10, THAINS HOVI'SG NC'UTH No. 31. Pasa. Dail D&ily ex. Buz 11 25 e 11 40 am 12 04 piP 12 26 pm 12 43 pm 159 pm 1 39 pra 47 pm 2 45 prr Lv Kaieign Mill Brook Vv'ake Fcreat, . . Franklintcn Kiitrell nenderecii War ron Pi a ine Trlcoa ,Kj Weldoa 5 00 pra 5 15 pm 5 88 pm 5 5S pm 6 15 pm G 0 7 05 im 7 JipM TILA.IN3 liOVIXG 80UTH. No. 41. Pass, and Mail. Ko 4; Daily ex. 8in. Daily Pwe, Weldon . . ...12 30 pm 7 00 MB 8 01 ara 8 03 m 8 43 am 8 59 &Ei 9 16 an 9 38 am 9 tS am 10 10 ass Macon Warren Hains Henderson Kittreli Franklinton . . Wake Forest,. Mill Brook . . . Ar Ualeigh 1 0 pin 1 cJ pra 2 18 pm 2 31 pm 2 51 pm S 15 pm a 40 pm 3 65 pm LOUISBUiSG RAILIIOAD. Loaves Louisbnrg at S:i)0 a. ra., 11.30 a m. an3 :00 p ra. Arrives at Fraukiinton at 8.35 a is, 12.05 p ra. ani 5:35 p m. Leaves Franklinton at C.05 p m, 3:00 p m.- nd 8:20 a ra. Arrives at Louieburg at 6.40 a E, 3:35 p m. and 9:20 a m. JOHN O. WINDER, Gon'l Manager. L. T. MYERS, Gcn'l 8 apt. IV'i. SMITH.8nperiatndent. XALE1GH AND AUGUSTA AIli-LINE AX K H. In effect Sunday, Oct. 25, li9l. QQ1S Qt cOUTH. No. 41. PHsaenger & Mail. 4 00 p 4 19 Freigui & Paeeeni?er. 6 SO a m 7 i;7 8 So 9 00 11 20 12 10 2 40 p 3 10 5 10 Lv iUdeigu Gary Merry Oaks. Moncnra Sanl'ord . . . . 4 51 . 5 05 . 5 23 .. 5 54 p rn . 6 21 nr. 'am or on Bcith'nruiee At-ordeen. . . Harriet Hcnilct Gbio, i GibaOIi....... a 01 D j x 7 2) 7 40 p sn 8 iG 8 18 p m Lv Ar GDI50 ZOZTZ. Passenger & Mail. Olbect 7 0ra.m! Qhio 7 IS Hamlet 7 38 Hamlet 8 00 Aberdeen. ... 8 49 Bout in Pinee 8 58 GAnieron 9 23 Kanford. 9 52 V.oncure 10 16 M rrvOaka..lfj 26 Cirv" 11 oi Raleigh 11 20 a rn No, Lv Freigi Pitmen C .V 5 0C ait; 7 25 7 47 0 r.T O Ui 10 45 p m 12 00 12 SO 2 10 2 45 PITTSBOKO ROAD. Lsavs PittaborolO 25 a. m. and 5 10 p m. Arrive Moncure 9.55 a. m. and 3 45 p m. Leave Moncaro 11:10a.m. and 5:55 p m. Arri. Pitieboro 9:10 a. m.. and 3:00 p ra. J. C. WINDER, GenT Manager. L. T. MYERS, Geu'l Supt. WM. SMITH, Sept. CARTHAGE RAILROAD. Leave Carthage 8:00 a. m. and 1:30 p m. Arrive Cameron 8:35 a. m. and 2:15 p. in. Leave Cameron 9:35 a. m. and 6 00 p. m. Arrive Carthage 10:10 a. m.and 6:35 p.m. W. C. PETIT, Manager. CAPE FEAR Ac YADKIN VAL LEY RAILWAY COMPANY. CONDENSED SCHEDULE. In effect January 10th, 1692. NORTH BOUND. Daily ex Daily ex Sunday. Sunday. No. 2. No. 4, Lv Wilmington. 9 50 am Ar iaye'e ville.. 1 5 pm Lv Faye'eville. . 3 00 pm Lv Sanford 4 25 pm Ar Greensboro. 6 55 pm Lv Greensboro. 7 15 pm Lv Walnut Cove 9 00 pm Daily ei Stinda No. 16 Ar m. Airy.... 11 15 pm Lv Bennettsville Lv Maxton Ar Fayettevilie. Lv Kamseur Ar Gref asboro. Iiv Greensboro. . Ar Madison.... , ...12 40 pra .. 127 pm . . . 2 57 pm 7 25 ait 10 03 an, 10 15 1 05 pn 80UTH BOUND. Daily ex Sunday. Daily ex Sunday. Daily ez Sunday. No. 1. LvMt. Airy.... 6 00 am Lv Walnut Cove 8 11 am No. 3. Vn 1 Ar Greensboro . 10 00 am Lv Greensboro 10 30 am Lv Sanford 12 45 pm Ar Fayettevilie 2 06 pm Lv Fayettevilie 3 04 pm Ar Wilmington' 7 C5 pm Lv Fayettevilie 2 11 pm Lv Maxton 3 32 pm Ar Ben'ttaviiie 4 22 pm ..! Lv Madiacn 3 10 pis Ar Greeneboro 5 15 pra Lv Greensboro 5 5'pzu Ar liamseur 8 40 pa: W. E. KYL r-r Geni PasseLger Aent, FRY, Qen'l Manager. J. ?; 1 1 ROAD COMPANY, Condensed acneuiue in -cucl January n -t-l "1 t ac T - SOUTHBOUND. DAILY. No. 0. To.ll. Lv. Richmond 44 Burkevilie " Keysville .. Ar. Danville . . . " Greensboro. 6 GO pm 3 00 am o 10 pm 5 I iiv. 5 53 pm 5 51 am 8 10 pin S Hb am 10 SO pin 10 12 m 12 15 pm tl35 pm Lv. Goldsboro Ar. Raleigh 2 10 pm 5 45 pm Lv. Raleigh. 6 25 pm 3 05 am " Durham 7 44 pm 5 07 am Ar. Greensboro 10 15 pm 9 40 am Lv. Winston-Salem. tS 40 pm S 50 am Greensboro 10 40 pm10 20 am Ar. balisbury.. 12 32 am 11 57 am Ar. Statesviile. . . " Asheville... 1 52 am 109pm 6 55 am 5 59 pm 8 56 am 7 44 pm 12 40 am 12 05 pm 2 00 am 1 30 pra . 5 00 am 4 27 pm , C 10 an. 5 34 pm 12 20 pm 1145 pm Hot Spring3 . Lv. Salisbury Ar, Charlotte " Spartanburg, 44 Greenville .. " Atlanta Lv. Charlotte . 3 10 am 1 50 pm Ar. Columbia 6 07 am o oO pm 9 30 am 915 pm ' Augusta NORTHBOUND. DAILY. No. 10. No, 12 Lv. Augusta 44 Columbia Ar. Charlotte Lv. Atlanta Ar. Charlotte Lv. Charlotte Ar. Salisbury Lv. Hot Springs.... 7 00 pm 2 00 pm 10 50 pm 5 05 pm 3 05 am 9 00 pm S 50 pm10 10 pm 6 40 am 8 50 pm 7 00 am 9 30 pm S 27 am 11 00 pm K OO nin10 QQ rxrv, 44 Asheville 2 40 am 4 25 pm " Statesviile 7 07 am 9 17 pm Ar. Salisbury 8 00 am 10 12 pm Lv. Salisbury S 37 amll 08 pm Ar. Greensboro 10 20 am 12 42 am Ar. Winston-Salem. 11 40 am t2 20 am Lv. Greensboro .10 30 am 1 00 am Ar. Durham , 12 32 pm 5 07 am . 1 25 pm 7 00 am 1 30 pm tS 45 am 3 05 pm 12 28 pm .10 30 am12 50am . 1210 pm 2 35 am " Raleigh Lv. Raleigh Ar. Goldsboro Lv. Greensboro ... Ar. Danville 44 Keysville 44 Burke ville .... 5 02 am 543 am 7 40 am 3 37 pm 5 30 pm Richmond tCaily except Sunday. Daiiy. BETWEEN West Point and Richmond. Leave West Point 7.50 a m daily and S.50 a m daily except Sunday and Mon day; -arrive Richmond 9.10 and 10.40 a in. Returning leave Richmond 3.10 p in and 4.40 p m daily except Sunday: arrive Wect Point 5.00 and 6.00 p m. Between Hicmnoiul and Knleish, via Kevsville. Leave Richmond 3.00 pm daily; leave Keysville 6.00 p m; arrive Oxford S.03 p m; Henderson 9.05 p m; Durham 9.35 p m; Raleigh 10.46 p m. Returning leave Raleigh 9.15 a m, daily, Dnrhamlo.25 a in; Henderson 10.05 a m; Oxford 11.45 a m; arrive Keysville 2.00 p m; Richmond 5.30 p m. Through coach between Richmond and Raleigh. Mixed train leaves Keysville daily except Sunday 9.10 a m; arrives Dar nam 6.20 pm Leaves Durham 7.15 a 111 daily except Sundav: arrives Oxford 9.10 a m. Leaves Durham 7.50 p m daily except Sunday; arrives Keysville 2.10 a m. Leaves Oxford 3.00 a in daily except Sunday; arrives Durham 5.00 a m. Additional trains leave Oxford daily except Sunday 11.50 a m; arrive Hen derson 12.45 p m. Returning leave Henderson 6.30 and 9.40 p m daily except Sunday, amve Oxford 7.35 and 10.45 p. m. W ashmeton and Southwestern Ves tibule Limited operated between Washington and Atlanta daily, leaves Washington 11.00 p. rn. Danville 5.59 a. m. Greensboro 7.10 a. in.. Salisburv 8.2S a, m. Charlotte 9.45 a. m.. arrives Atlanta 5.05 p. m. Returning, leavr Atlanta i.-o p. m.. Charlotte 9.20 n. m., Salisbury 10.29 p. m. Greensboro 11.54 p. m ; arrives Danville 1.20 a.m.; Lynchbnrg 3.35 a. in., Washington 8.38 a.m. No. 9, leaving Goldsboro 2.15 p. m. and Raleigh 6.40 p. m. dailv makas con nection at Durham with No. 40. leav ing at 7.50 p. m. daily except Sunday for Oxford and Keysville. Nos. 9 and J2 connect at Richmond from and to West Point and Baltimore daily except Sunday. SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE. On trains 9 and 10, Pullman Buffett Sleeper between Atlanta and New York; between Danville and Augusta, and Raleigh (via Asheville) and KnoxviUe, Tenn. On 11 and 12, Pullman Buffett Sleeper between Richmond and Danville, Raleigh and Greensboro, and Pullman Buffett Sleepers between New York, Washington and Knoxville via Dan ville, Salisbury and Asheville, and Pullman sleepers between Washington and Kansas City via Atlanta, Birming ham and Memphis. E. BERKLEY, Superintendent, Richmond, Va. W. A. TURK, A. G. P. A., Charlotte, N. C. W. H. GREEN, Genoral Manager, Atlanta, Ga. JAS. L. TAYLOR, Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Atlanta, Ga. SOL. HAAS, Traffic Manager, aw. Atlanta, Ga A. G. BAUER, ARCHITECT. RALEIGH, N. C. Plans and specifications furnished on application. 8-27-ly. BOOK ' N. Ti'.AlNv. r. LvWc-ld';- Ar Ilocky ilt.. . Ar Tarboro . .. (. LvTarboro. ..12 Ar Yilt!oii 2 Lv Wilson .. .'2 'HI- 1 ' Ar belnia 3 zu ' Ar Fayettevilie 5 Z '. Z Lv Goldsbcro.,3 15 Ju -Lv Warsaw....; n , ,.. Lv Magnolia... 4 27 . Ar ilmingtcn 0 j TltAINb GOIivG j 1. 1 1 1 V.. :1. Lv Wilmington Lv Magnolia . . Lv Warsaw . . . Ar Goldsboro. . Lv Fayettevilie Lv Selma Ar Wilaon Lv Wilson Ar R'y Mount.. 2 1 hi 1 1 '1 . . 4 33 - j J l-J. : Ar Tarboro. t:.i i'., : t.v tk-" " J a:i .i V , , I- 03 ara Daily except Sun .kr Trains on Scotland Road leave W eldon 4;ri D a .net . , . ' F 1 ' 4:22 p m; arrive Scotland Y. b:5'J r v.".: Rm- Returning leaves Ki'.t urreenvme m. a at 11 -Oft pm - " j "Vium 1 1:3 :i -.4 except tountiav. Local Freight train tVe y 10:15 a m, arriving hcuLlaI a m, Greenville o::(! p ;n .;,. . P m. Returning leavT- V 7:20 a m, Greenville 9:r:, i.'l.' Neck 2:20 p rn, arr: ii.- V' p m. daily except Sun t.iv, Train leaves Taro-jrolV c bemarle & Raleigh R. R , da Sunday, 4:40 p m., cn-v . arrive w liiianihtoL-, ; 4:20 p in, Plymouth Mi p m. Returning i-A- P v daily, except Sundry, ;.. ,; day 9:00 a m, WiliiamstOL r 7 a m, 9:58 a m. Arriving L.ih; -Z'-a ra, 11:20 a m. Train on Midland; X. c leaves Goldsboro, X. C, d.ri . Sunday, 0:00 a m, arrive i ; C, 7:50am. lltturninj Wve- ueiu, i. u., a:uy a m; arrive N. O., 9:30 a m. Train on Nashville hi-.: Rocky Mount at 5:15 p m, Nashville 5:55 p m. Spring pm. Ketnrnmc leave-.-S:O0 a m, Nashville ,i -it Rocky Mount 9:15 m. Sunday. Train on Clinton Branch kvi saw for Clinton d.iily, exce:?i . at 6:00 p m and 11:3". a ls. Rr leaves Clinton at b:2 a ;ji f-u-i ; connecting at Warsciw v. Xu 23 and 78. Southbound Train oa WA Fayettevilie Branch isXo. 51. ; 'rrrnr eric?; .-s ;-r- oouna is No. 50. fDaii :vep: Mia North, day. Train No. 27 South, av: will stononlvat hoek iiov Goldsboro and Magnolia. Train No. 7s make clo.se o.ir.t'er'oii at Weldon for all points n..ri. :aily, all railvia Richmond, and daily extt; t Sunday via Bay Idne, al.-o at koeky Mount daily except Sunbiy, with Nor folk and Carolina RaiJroa fb.r ;or;--i:: and all points north via Noii-jii: FROM THE NOIiTH TO i L Special Service forTouri-t T:. .v.-!'. Finest Tra:na in ti.e or:... On January 4tii, 1592, tue ATa:;-: C- Line wili put on another thr.yu.-a from New York to Floriii. New York tt 9:30 a in, arriviu- one night out.) making tbroo thr-u tatjttrama per dav, with thro:ii !i i "-z-Palace Sleeping CarelromB'ton to Ja- sonville; N. Y. to Tampa end Von alongside steamer ior Cuba? Ne Vor .v Jacksonville; New York to tavatr.?.... On Januarv Ifeth the ma:n;v.' "X Vork mi FInri.la hnpLual. ruuii.i-n through to St iugaatine, Fia, will al-r !: leston, Savannah Florida and y' r The equipment and gene:aio!iretr 1.. 1 .. ewand excelled by none, ufci.et: ida Special" is without dcui,: v - - .. added, maVin? in ail tventy-:uar tr each way per week, the ui'..x c-.'m service ever offered t'i Wiinnuuty:'., t---'- tram in the world. The La'-u. u.-'v ing-room cars, tho "Ideal" and "-P1:; will as heretofore, form part ot ti.e c i-' montof these trams. They are il o. complete drawing-room car-; evf:r t--;-and are run exclusively over ths A Coastline. . . rJ This line is bo situated thit two t--south of Kichmond touriitd euert' -r influence of the Gult 8tream, aca a. . c ditions which constitute tw cc-miJ;-balmy Sonthern climate, cist'-iJ?-;-; natural as well as the t-horuvt a,- popular route from the So-JAv ' y P JOHN F. DI t, J. R. KEXLY.OcnJMw. T. M. EMERSON, Tralhc M;; TiddledywiMlTTales, By Jom: Kendeick -rp-'?Z Book for children pubh.he l ;e Orders should be tent .at once : to - e shipment in time for the HoU ay. i r. Forty iUustrations by Cbarles h Johnson. Full Cloth. Gilt, 12 n;o., P 11.25. For Pale bv aU f, TheDeWitt PnV,l,,IlSts;!f - V V. delG4t, 33 Rose fctree.,-1 v.