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a i a 1 in MURPHY TO MAHTEO Hews in North Carolina in a Condensed Form, THE STATES PROGRESS. incidents and Industries, Kfforts and Energies, Persons and Tinny from Cherokee to Currituck. The Fourth regiment's drum and bugle corps is at Concord. George Stewart, in the tin and plumbing business at Winston, has mo POKINE CURES RHEUMATISM. A 3 ft S JLAJ. 5- 3 Point i assigneu. Preparations for the construction of the Oxford & Coast Line railroad are going on satisfactorily. The Oxford female seminary opened its spring session Wednes day under the management of Prof. F. P. Hobgood. The Concord Standard reports the failure of WincofF & Eddleman, general merchants, of China Grove. Arrangements for making the coming crops are being steadily made by the farmers of Edgecombe, the Southerner says. The Oxford Day makes the state ment that there is talk of establish ing a million-dollar steel plant in some town in that section. Messrs. Heriot and William Clarkson, of Charlotte, have bought large iron works, at Corsicana,Tex as. The latter will be the resident manager. With many h n?n is omo trivial act, and a mera (veomut in; -i- i o some friend to try Si. .S. "i. has saved use lives of hundrc ,. , , Speak i up r. .- i word for S. 8. S. is natural, for wh' rev r it ha-, been tried tliere have always been food re:-uU-. fi si f Blood Poisokixo, I 1 Si I ) Ulcers and Sores. b. Cancer op the Ski Ulcers and Sores. All Skjs Diseases. COAL, much delay from lack of sup mil! es, lack of cars, strikes anc r v. v. SPLENDID HOLIDAY CV A treats mi r.Iood and Skin Diseases mailed fbi;k on tiiplltr'tion. Drufjijisfs Sell It, BVJ.PT SPECIFIC CO., Eri'A'er G Atlanta Ga. 4-2S-;Uw-ly After plies at otber causes, v?e have succeeded is making arrangements for tegular sup plies of the most popular and c mom ical coals m the country, consisting o Pocahontas Lump tor JFuel,? Pocahontas Run o( 3Iiee steam.; Gay ton Red Ash, E?g ftid Nut, Mingo Mountain Splint (the best Splint we ever had.) b ' r e e - h 1 1 r si i n s A 1 1 1 h r a c i t e , Egg, Stove ami Nut Sizes. For sale low for cash, from i barrel to auv Dirt of the citv. to carloads a any depot, direct from mines , on shoil notice. Cnlnntifin AtMAIftan I AflencyforS L OHfiR & Pf)W6! 3 '3 AIjEIGB. A2JU (iASTOy KAILliOAf S in effeot SuLoviy, Jar.uarv 10, 1W 2 riAiys jiioTiii'S j-ohtf. t A: DAW! i i Scheduio in fitt er Jaiiin y :; southt;.' .".!'. No. 3i. Tai;?. J) 00 pCi Lv iiaieigh . jvtill Brock . , Wake Ferret,. . 5 8 yia Frauklintcii... . 5 53 pm Kittreil 6 15 pra Hendertsor & SO pta H'rren Plrdas 7 ' 5 pro . . . . 7 l p25 8 35 :m j: 'i v. IHiiT ex 1 ii 'Ji iq. H 10 urn 12 04 p-? Lv. M xi.r S 10 pm 10 30 pm ir;utlj! 12 15 pm tlo5 pm Ar ISiLNS iTC'VIKG SOUTH. J I A t, r l MINERS AGENTS, Raleigh, N. C. no2(tf CAVEATS. - TRADE MARKS, DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc. For information and free Handbook write to MUNN & CO.. 361 Broadway, New York. Oldest bureau for securing patents in America. Rvprv nntnnt taken out bv us Is brouent before tte public by a notice given free of charge in the Mutual Northwestern Life Insurance Co, Lv Woldon 12 30 tn fiiacon l pm Warren Flume Uenderson Kittreil , Franklinton . . Wake Fcreii,. Mill Brook . . . r Ualeigh ...... No. 41. Fasa. and Mail. Daily ex. Sun. Daily V 1 89 pts 't 18 pm 1 34 pm 2 51 pra 3 15 pm 3 40 pm 3 55 cm Richmond Burfceviiie Keys vi lis .... Danville Greensboro... 12 20 pm i Lv. Goldsboro ... xi M Ar. Raleigh 2 10 oni 5 4r im L.v. Ral?igh ii 25 pni 3 05 im " Durham 7 44 pm 5 07an ,.r. Greeun'.'cro 10 15 pm u io f;;ii Lv. Winston-Salem. t$ 43 im :. t-i:i i-reanooro io 40 ra 10 u a Ar saiisono' Ar. S lat.es vi'ile Asheville Kct Springs .. Lv. Salisbury Ar, Charitre Spar Uiu burg, , " Gieenille ... " Atlanta Lv. Charlotte 2 10 am 1 5(.i po. Ar. Columbia 0 07 am 5 50 pm " Augusta.... 4 r 11 5 pra 1 8 pm 1 47 pni 7 00 8 01 am 8 00 uoj 8 13 n 8 9 am 9 lti am 9 30 am 9 m 10 10 am . 12 32 am 1 1 57 am . 1 52 am 1 liin . ft 55 am 5 50 pm . S 56 am 7 44 uli .12 40 am12 05 pii, . 2 00 am 130 pm . 5 00 am 4 27 pm . 6 10 am 5 34 pm i;5 pm i: 4- pre I Lv V i ; I , r - - ' " ' Ar T.' -I I, " : L J. " ' ; iSsl Ar I u-v't'-v1 r i Lt G(i.M..rV, '' j Ar'Aiiniig:,;. ) AA r gest clrculatloi Id. Splendldlj mcvicnu ANxual Statement Jan. 1,1891. Largest circulation of any scientific paper in the world. Splendidly illustral man should be without it. illustrated. No intelligent Weekly, nj.uh a Address MUNN & udlishers, 361 Broadway, New York. Assets: year; fl.50 six montbB. & CO Loans on bond and mort- RllMftllnRBTnllN KiV Uu i KlP 1 The grip has been prevalent for some time in Lenoir, but is almost entirely confined to the male popula tion. Why it is thus, the Topic says it knows not, but such is the fact nevertheless. Snow und sleet have a pretty a- V iirm grip in Greensboro. The snow xtcud$, the Durham Sun says, to tli i neighborhood of HilLboro. Sleet set in Tuesday evening about Keysville and is playing havoc with the trees in the vicinity. A day or two ago at Charlotte policeman Morris made a rough re mark to a lady on the street. Com plaint was made and the police commission investigated the matter. The ollicer claimed he was mistak en in the identity of the lady. The commissioners considered his offense one of sufficient gravity to warrant his discharge and the News says he was dropped from the force. The melting of the snow and the heavy rains caused very heavy freshets in the section around Le noir, Caldwell county. The Topic says that the boom below on the Catawba river, of the Caiawba I have a positive remedy for th above disease ; by its use thousands of cases of the worst kind and of long standing have been cured. Indeed so strong is my faith in its efficacy, that I will send two bottles fkee, with a VALUABLE TREATISE on this disease to any suf ferer who will send me their Express and P. O. addross. T. A. Slocuiu, M. 1S3 Pearl St., X. Y. dPcC-d&:w-0m CAM'S A Mi BMt QSJiTK AN !OSI. TIVK Restorer of Minily Vtenr, and the only Ia -f i l i m ; t : spediic for sex ual UebUity and Lost VilaJ iiv known. A Marvellous Invisorator, e n i i r e ' y harmless. Druggists or by ma:l, fi, o tor .-. ' ;ircu Premium notes 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 and bills Deferred premiums (20 per cent, deducted) Premiums in course of collection (ditto) Total assets .? 35,455,653.15 00'J,741.6ti 907,100.22 L0UI83UUQ DAILROAD. Lcavce Louiaburg at 8:00 a. mM 11.30 a m at..i E:X) P m. Arrives at Franklin ton at 8.35 a m, 12.05 p m. n-l 5:35 p m. Leave Franklinton at 6.05 p m, 3X0 p m. an?3 9:20 a ni. Arrives at Louisburg at 6.40 rct 3:35 p m. and 9:20 a m. JOHN O. WINDER, Qen'l Manager. 1. T. MYERS, Gon'l Supt. SlflTH.QPfirinteDdfrn. 1'-".' a i- - Lv. Augusta " Columbia Ar. Charlotte Lv. Atlanta Ar. Charlotte 9 3-3 am 9 15 om DAILY. Lv 1 ayctterille . tC0pm riVr"?; 7 00 pm 2 00 pm iu ou pm o u pm 3 05 am Lv. Charlotte 7 00 am 9 30 nm . ti--iai Ar. Salisbury 3 27 am 11 00 pm fv -fl h- OALlilGU AND AUGUSTA AIRLINE 131,331.25 1-V l; lf. In effect Sunday, Oct. 25, 1391. 2,832,79).04 907,200.72 515,151.40 15,910.1b 632.468.&fi .5 42,353,9l2.9e .mi5 tree. DR. R. I. 1(1 A Tf V r.-.- t r.-- T3,4- Mass oct20-d&wly is recommended by physicians because they see its healthy eifects 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 ol 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 ago Liabilities: Losses and endowments unadjusted I Unpaid dividends, etc (es timated) Reserve for paid-up insur ance claimable, and i-r Annuities Reserve required by laws States (actuaries' 4 per ceni) 194,3C5.9S 72,000.00 130,775.00 35,424 507.00 Ly Kaieisli Oary ilerry Oak?. . MonoMre aanford Cameron, Bouth'u Pines Aberdeen. . . ir Hamlet Lv Hamlet. . Ohio, kl GibKCIl iOTSQ SOUTH. No. 41. Pi?t.fci:or t, Hail. 4 00 p 3 .... 1 10 i 51 n 05 5 2i3 . 5 64 p m G 21 G 31 7 20 7 40 p m 8 (4) . 8 18 n rn No. 5. Freight & Pa&aonr. 0 30 a r.i 7 -7 8 SO 9 00 11 20 12 10 2 40 p a 3 30 5 00 " Asheville 2 40 am 4 25 pm ! Ctolot-mUn rf r ill-. I l luiLm . 1 1 in. ... . .ii. ;i I i i v. id 1 1 i r I Ar. Salisbury 8 00 am 10 12 pm Lv. Salisbury S 37 amll OS pm Ar. Greensboro 10 20 am 12 42 am Ar. Winst on-alem.ll 40 am t2 20 am Lv. Greensboro 10 30 am l 00 am Ar. Durham 12 32 pm 5 07 am 'r Raleigh 125 pm 7 00 am Lv. Raleigh l 30 pm f 8 45 am Ar. Goldsboro 3 05 pm 12 2S pm Lv. Greensboro 10 30 am12 50 am Ar. Danville 12 10 pm 2 35 am Keysville 2 52 pm Burkeviile 3 37 pm " Richmond 5 30 pm ti-'auy except fcunaay. Daily. B BIT WEEN West Toint and Richmond. Leave West Point 7.50 a m daily au-i S.50 a hi daily except Sunday and .Men day; arrive Richmond 9.10 and 10.40 e m. Returning leave Richmond 3.10 p m. and 4.40 pm daily except Sunr&y; arrive West Point o.cO and 6.00 p m it 5 (f2 am 5 43 am 7 40 am Between Total liabilities .$ Surplus on 4 per per ceni, 35,821, 5S7.0S 0,532,324.98 lv Gibacn. Ohio.. '30IKO SCUTE. No. 38. Passeuger & Mail. ... . 7 01 a.m. 7 18 Ri-jhmond and via Kevvil!e. lumber company broke and five Blood Poison thousand logs floated away. The loss, including damage to boom, is estimated at $15,000. Many or the logs locked in a drift above the Horseford toll-bridge. Passengers coming from Statesville say the river above the railroad bridge beyond Catawba station is full of logs as far as they could see. A Money Maker. It is so hard to get employment now and so hard to make monev. that I know others would like to know how they can make a little money, as I have done. Tell your subscribers they can get all the jew elry, table-ware, knives, forks and spoons they can place, and make $25 a week. The plating outfit costs 5. I bought mine from H. F. Delno & Co., of Columbus, O. It plates gold, silver and nickel. I did $4.70 worth of plating the first day. The work is done so nicely that everybody seeing it wants work done. This machine is the greatest money maker I ever saw. Why should any one be out of em ployment or out of money, when they can, by using my experience, always have money in the house and have a little to spend too ? A. Any one can get circulars by ad dressing H. F. Delno & Co., Co lumbus, Ohio. K. Jarrett. sep21-ly Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis, old 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 failed. Rheumatism Inflammatory, gout, sciatic and its kindred diseases with its excrutiating pains are cured by the wonderful bloof cleansiug properties of P. P. P. Prick ly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium, Originates in scrofulous taint. P. P. P. purines the blood and this prevents catar For Old Sores, Skin Eruptions, Pim ples. Ulcers and Syphilis, use only P. P. P., and get wetland enjoy the bless ing only to be derived from the use of P. P. P. Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium. The company claims superiority 5l the high rate of interest secured in its lowr death rate and small expense. It is thus able to pay very large dividends to policy holders. Active agents wanted who can make a great deal of money. Liberal com missions will be paid. Apply to F. P. HOBG )OD. Oxford, N. C, 9-26 tf District Manager. Tkfe-liutkerford College, Noktii Carolina, Will open its Spring Term, with the Old President in the Chair, on Janu ary the 6t h, in the New Building, with ; a tuli corps of Professors in each De partment. Telegraphy, Law, Book keeping, and Business generally will be taught in connection with the regu lar College Course. Board, including all expenses, is from $5 to $9 per nlonth. Special arrangements made for board ing young ladies. Come one, come ALL, and try this healthy, moral, quiet, pleasant place. Address, R. L. ABERNETIIY, declS-lm. President. Ar Hamlet....... 7 38 Hamlet 8 00 Aberdeen 8 49 tiout'rn Pines 8 58 Oameron . . . Banford Woncure M rryJj&iis. rtaleih . 9 23 . 3 52 .10 16 .10 20 .11 01 .11 20 a m No. 4. Freight 5 00 All! 7 25 7 47 8 55 10 45 p m 12 CO 12 30 2 10 2 15 PITTSBOllO ROAD. Leave PitteborolO 25 a. m. and 5 10 p m. Arrive Moncure 9.55 a. m. and 3 45 p m. Leave Moncure 11:10 a.m. and 5:55 p m. Arri. Pittaboro 9:10 a. in., and 3:00 p m. J. C. WINDER, Gen'l Manager. L. T. MYERS, Gen'l Supt. WM. SMITH, Snpt. CARTHAGE RAILROAD. Leave Carthage 8:00 a. m. and 1:30 p m. Arrive Cameron 8:35 a. m. and 2:15 p.m. Leave Cameron 9:35 a. m. and 6 00 p. m. Arrive Cartha?e 10:10 a. m.and6:35 p.ra, W. C. PETTY, Manager. 7 L YNCHBURG & 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. in No. 12, Mixed 5 a m. Arrive at Durham: No. 1, Mail and Express,. . .11.E0 a. m. No. 21, Local 5.30 p. m. No. 11, Mixed.. 7.20 p. m i'0. l connects at Durham with Rich CAFE FEAR fc YADKIN VAL LEY RAILWAY COMPANY. CONDENSED SCHEDULE. In effect January ICth, 1692. NORTH BOUND. Ralelsrli, Leave Richmond 3.00 p m dail y; !?.u c Keysville 0.00 p m; arrive Oxford 8.03 p m; Henderson 9.05 p m; Durham 9.35 p m; Raleigh 10.46 p m. Returning leive Raleigh 9.15 a m, daily, Durham' 0.25 a m; 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 flail v except Sunday 9. 10 a m: arrives Dar ham 0.20 p m Leaves Durham 7.15 a m daily except Sunday: arrives Oxford 9.10 a m. Leaves Durham 7.50 p m daily except founday; arrives Keysville 2.10 a m. Leaves Oxford 3.0) a m daily except Sunday; arrives Durham 5.00 a m. Additional trains Jeave Oxford dailj except Sunday 11.50 a in; 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. Washington and Southwestern Ves tibule Limited operated between Washington and Atlanta daily, leaves Washington 11.00 p. ra. Danville 5.50 a. in. Greensboro 7.10 a. m., Salisbury S.2Sa. m. Charlotte 9. 45 a. m.. arrive Atlanta 5.C5 p. m. Returning, leavt Atlanta 1.25 p. ni., Charlotte 9.20 p ra., Salisbury 10.29 p. m. Greensboro 11.54 p. m ; arrives Danville 1.20 a.m.. Lynchburg 3 35 a. in., Washington 3.38 a. ni. No. 9. leaving Goldsboro 2.15 p. m. and Raleigh 6.40 p. m. daily makes con nection at Durham with No. 40. leav ingat7.50 p. m. daily except Sunday for Oxford and Keysville. Nos. 9 and 12 connect at Richmonc from and to West Point and Baltimore daily except Sunday. Ar W!.W -".... I; JJ4v 4- Daily except Si,; Trains on cr Road leave " 4:pm; arrive c.- ;v? p m, Greerivii!-;-. pm. Retun-iuj W.'.l V Greenville a at 11:00 a ni, V.-.l except Su L'cfei Frf:-;: 'r...:. ' h'.la a ra. am w v ' a Li, Grtt.v:.;. P n. R.tu;.:!-.- ;r . . 7:: a m, Grtt.:v.. c: Neck 2:2.) V ; r. . pm. o.iily tx" - i ram a-s i .. beniHriecC ii:.:.. :: . Miudity, J. A ' ti ajTive'Wii:-:.. .v p Hi. i';V! p ilvflT'.: - diiily. except .: :. day V: l:. Vi:;'.: . .tin, 9:." ni::. .1 V:'.. U:Z- ri V. Train on M:::-:. ieuvfs i ...... 2-. . Suv.d.ty, 'k'K ('., V:;'t'j I'r--.. nei'.l, I,., :. ri: N. C, :::. ?. ii'. Tram on Vv.v:; ; Reeky o::i't hi : Nashville 5;v u. p m. RaurDiiu' :5) a ri. '.-..-'.v.'.- " Sundav. Train ('liut'j :'.-'- ' s.uv fur iuiiou ;.: .'. at 0:C0 p in nL 1 -leaves Clinton ri - ; and 7. Southbound T: :: ' bound 13 o. '. ' day. Tra'n No. 27 ' Will Stjp '.'HiV t ; Gold-boro ar-i - - ; Train No. 7r;iM-- at Weldon f:r a; ;-. ad rail. v: 4 iticf.::r :. :. - Suii'lay via l.y j Mount daily exc, ' . ' folk and Carril;i.;- -: and all uii.Ts vru : Special rvicj i r 1 liiic-l lra.: .- - O.i Janna-y !- . Line d. v' ". lro;t Ne i--'- . . Nt-w York : cl uvnlf V- " ' . "Hi Daily ei Sanda. No. 16 Daily ex Daily ex Sunday. Sunday. No. a. No. 4. Lv Wilmington. 9 50 am Ar Paye'eville.. 1 55 pm Lv Faye'eville.. 3 00 pm Lv Banford 4 25 pm mond and Danville trair-s for Raleigh Ar Greensboro. 6 55 pm On 11 and 12, Pullman Buffet tS'eeper and poiuts South: at Denniston .Tm?r.- Lv Greensboro. 7 15 pm betwn Richmond and Danyihe, Lv Walnut Cove 9 00 pm SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE. On trains 8 and 10, Pullman Buffet: Sleeper between Atlanta and New York; between Danville and Augusta and Raleigh (via Asheville) ane Knoxville, Tenn. LiPDman Bro.. poiuts South: at Denniston 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 atLvnchbnro with Richmond and Danville, Chesa peake and Ohio, and Norfolk and W ern railroads, to and from aU lAflnte 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. MITnTTP.T.T. iLynchburg, Va. Daily except Sunday. tDaily. Ar Mt. Airy.... 11 15 pm Lv Bennettsville 12 40 mn . . Lv Maxton 1 27 pm Ar Fayetteville 2 S7 pm '. . '. V. . Lv Ramseur 7 25 air Ar Greetigboro 10 C5 am Lv Greensboro 10 45 air Ar Sladiaon 1 05 pir SOUTH BOUND. Daily ex Sundav. Daily ex Daily ex Sunday. Sunday. No. 1. No. 3. BUILDING COMPART WHOLESALE M 001 StS TheBriggsBuildingfilVlfgCo S-- tO Has been incorporated and invite Sole Proprietors, SAVANNAH, GA. 7-D&W-1V Has been ineornoratA n-nrl invifc the business of the public. Wis prepared to furnish estimates, or bniid and repair any kind of build ings, and furnish sash, blinds and othei building material at short netics sep20- Lv Mt. Airy 6 00 am Lv Walnut Cove 8 11 am Ar Greensboro .10 00 am Lv Greensboro 10 30 am Lv Sanford 12 45 pm Ar Fayetteville 2 06 pm Lv Fayetteville 3 04 pm Ar Wilmington 715 pm iiY javeiievuiO 2 ii pra No. IF. Raleigh and Greensboro, and PullmaL liurrett sieenera Between ew iuib.. Washington and Knoxville ia Dan ville. Salisburv and Asheville, ano Pullman sleepers between Washington it- nil J A 1 .. - 4-T'irrii IT (f- ham and Memphis. E. BERKLEY, Superintendent, Richmond, a. W. A. TURK, A. G. P. A., Charlotte, . C. W. H. GREEN, General Manager, Atlanta, Ga. J AS. L. TAYLOS, Gen'l Paea. AzX Atlanta, Ga. SOL. HAAS, Traffic Manager, Atlanta, Ga A. G. BAUER, Lv Maxton l Ar Ben'ttavillo Lv Madison... Ar Greensboro. Lv Greensboro. Ar Ramseur... 3 Si pm 4 22 pm ARCHITECT i - i U IK lit On-.! ftst trails rcr -.3; Vd hC- hlit S; sonviile; L ',J ' Oa J.--uuiry ;c.-tou. .-avini--1" luoo-jrs-'.;-: tram ctrv:;0 ;,'. Mi tc:ri ; tratnia th' ijjc-r(,cci oarr, a. a.- hf-rt-t.-X comthte ir'-': aud ae ti;" CrstLi:'-f . cor.l:: ot i-?' L; u tl balmy TitUIleti) 3 10 pra 5 15 pm 5 S5 pm 8 40 pm RALEIGH, N. C. W. E. KYLE, GenT Passenger Agcn W. FEY, Seal Manager. Plans and specifications furnished nr Or Icr-' -hi"''"-1 Forty Tr.h Thtf)t' , Fi- 8-27-ly. cit on application.