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She Ssilg brtt to)tticlt, gait. 24, 1892.
v.- : .j a 1 -; 1 1 1 f jf a- ";l P .1 MURPHY TO MATtO News in North Carolina in a Condensed Form. THti STATE'S PROGRESS. Incidents and Industries, .Efforts and hnergies, Persons and Things from Clicrokee to Ourrituck. Many McDowell county people liave called a mass-meeting at Ma rion January 30, to break up the whiskey traffic. The Cape Fear river is at flood and the back-water was- nearly up to Eccles bridge Thursday with the rise still going on. Some parties cut the throat of a horse belonging to David Hill, of Transon, on last Wednesday night , states the Ashe Reporter. Mr N. N. Bryant, of Wri ville sound, found last AVedne a lot of lamps and lanterns from a vessel wrecked twenty-eight years ago. The Charlotte News reports that the places of all the messengers who recently declined to perform service r I for the Southern ex Dress company - L w were promptly filled. , The Monroe Enquirer says D. B. AVolfe, who has been buying cot ton, is absent and his absence can not be accounted for. It i gener ally rumored that he is short in his accounts. At the approaching term cf Cum berland Superior court among the Cises of general interest will be that of the. State against E. F. Mooie, late president of the People's Na tional bank. Charles Knajjp, a young German who attempted suicide at Iiiph Point about a month ao died in Rellevue hospital hi Tuesday. Hi. friend" at ilii-h Point stnt him thvrt! for uatment Uvo weeks igv?. The annual meeting of the stock holders and directors of the Yjidkii. railroad was held at Salisbury Fri day. President A. 1. Andrews' i t port was read, which showed tht road to be in a better condition financially than any new line iu the State. .A negro named Sam "Wilson, who about three weeks ao without pro vocation kilitu Ins companion, fear.! Matthews, at Clintcn, is in Waym jail for safekeeping, as threats : of lynching very freely made by a S large number of Sampson county r colored men. Attention to the daily habits of i iL. a . ir. 'i-" i 'i Simmons Liver Regulator. .'.'t nti MuS Tt Rhftnlil Pip. in T.vprxr TTmisp i J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay Street, Sharpsburg, Pa., says he will noi W- be without Dr. King's New Discov- it'i ery for Consumption, coughs and colds, that it cured his wife who was threatened with pneumonia af- p. f ter an attack of ula grippe," when lv;! various other remedies and several i;' physicians had done her no good. J, -' Robert Barber, of Cooksport, Pa., ficlaims Dr. King's New Dicovery jjhas done him more good than any f !;thing he ever used for lung trouble. IfNothing like it. Try it. Free trial '(dottle at John 1. MacRae's drur- .4 itore. Large bottles, 50c. pnd $1. , A dose of Simmons Liver Regu lator, taken daily, will relieve and lirevent indigestion. r ? . . H I have been troubled with ca- Jj irrh for ten years and have tried i number of remedies, but found no g jHief until I purchased a bottle of fily's Cream Balm. I consider it s ;.e most reliable preparation for ji tarrh and cold in the head teo. E. Crandall, P. M., Quon- aawntaug, R. I. U Catarrh originates in scrofulas ;nt. P. P. p. purifies the blood: thus permanently cures ca- ru. Don't " Monkey " witityour Blood. Delay is dangerous in sick ness: it ia especially hazardous in diseases of the Blooa. cor ruption breeds corruption; and mild cases, if neglected, develop into incurable chronic dis orders. nden" ft isasafe.specdyand X sure cure for all 0. 0. U. contagious blood noisoning. Inherit ed Scrofula, Skin Eruptions, and has cured thousands of cases of Cancer. It is a powerful tonic for deli cate persons, yet is harmless and incapable of injuring the most sensitive system. A treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free on appli cation. Druggists Sell It. SWIFT SPECIFIC Cfc., Drawer 3? Atlanta, Ga. 4-7;?-i.vvr-ly Scientific American Agency ford CAVEATS, DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHTS, etc. For information and free Handbook write to MUNN & CO.. 361 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. Oldest bureau for securing patents in America. Every patent taken out by us Is brought before the public by a notice given free of charge in the Fwutific Smewntt Largest circulation of any scientific paper in the rnrld. Rnlpnriifllv illustrated. No intelligent man should be without it. weekly. 83.oo a year; J1.5U 6is months. Adaress MUiNiN a v;u PUBLISHERS, 361 Broadway, New Ifork. y& a tats fe in h I have a positive remedy for tha above disease; by its v&o thousands cf casea of the woret kind and of long ptandms have been cured. Indeed so strong is my faith in its efficacy, th.it I will send TWO BOTTLE3 FKEE, with a VALUABLE TREATISE on thi disease to any suf ferer who will send mo their Express and 1. O. address. T. A. Slocuin, M. C 133 Teiirl .St., X. V.. de cO-d&w-Om A HH.u ;SU Ti.Sl TIV s.Pe-torer -,J' I;miJv y,i'r., the only i.e- c;it i ti-; t tfpe'-itic for e.vuai i M't'iU! y Ail ! . t Vital '.' know n. A Marvellous i nvi 'oi ;'.tor, e t i r e ' v h4""ii!e?s. Ovnir!ji;:8t or by .''--.i r1, ; for Nr. Tire a VWmn. ilK. H. v .lL'AT-. K, Hex 5 -57, HoKton, t --o:a:r. p ii ysicidi i s because r.iev .'- iu i-e-ilthv titeCt: an aroiin: A leading pbysician in New Vovi; and direclor of one of the utrpre lio-s-pitals, ay, FeN. b. I'jo, he L;us made use of the L P. P. m. at him, and w.s pleased to s-iv P. P. P. proved tfiit:. i (;if)us iii a iisi::vhf r or ca.-s-s, and add?, it .is no mort than he slioidd. have an ticipated i'rom t:e satisfactory i;Qic.-n-'f-a ot such weLl-known dru.ors. A prorniiient railway superintendent of Savmuab .name given on applioa-l-oii) says be was crippled by a disease in legs and arms, powerless to walk or without assistance, bavin? lost the use of his limbs by rheumatism, ma laria, dyspepsia, etc. Physicians here sent him to New York and they re turned hiru 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 and won derful cures as the great purifier of the are BSoou FoIroii Primary. Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis, old sores, pimples, blotchea, scrofula, blood and mercurial poison and skin diseases are eradicated by the use of P. P. P. Hosts of certificates are in ohice to show the cures in these diseases where all other medicines have failed. Inflammatory, pout, sciatic ami its kindred diseases with its excrutiating pains are cured by the wonderful blood cleansing properties of P. P. P. Prick ly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium. Catarrh Originates in scrofulous taint. P. P. P. purities the blood and this prevents catarrh. For Old Sores, Skin Eruptions, Pim des. Ulcers and Syphilis, use only P. ?. P., and get well and enjoy the blebs : ngonly to be derived from" the use of : ?rp. P. Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium. WHOLESALE Sole Proprietors, SAVANNAH, GA. 7-D&W-1Y LlPDman Bro.. Druggists, POKiNE CURES RHEUMATISM. COAL, After much delay from lack of sup plies at mines, lack of cars, strikes and other causes, we have succeeded ic making arrangements for regular sup plies of the most popular and tconom- ieal coals in the country, consisting of Pocahontas Lump for Fuel,, Pocahontas Run of Mine 1st earn Gaytou Red. Ash, fgg and Nut, Mingo Mountain Splint (the best Splim we ever had.) Free burning Anthracite, Ess, Stove and Tint Sizes. For sale low for cash, from a harre to any part of the city, to carloads tc any depot, direct from mines, on shotl notice. Jones & Powell. MINERS' AGENT?, Raleigh, N. C. rov2:'.-tf totem Mutual Life insurance Co, Nor Annual Statement Jan. 1,1891. Assets: Loans on bond and mort gage S 35,455,053.1:? Premium notes G02, 741.62 Real estate W7, 106.22 United States bonds, mar ket value 131,331.2.' State and municipal bonds, market value 2S32,7':0 M Cmh. on band and iu banks 007,200. 7,. Accrual interest mid vent. 51 5. 1 5 .4? Ledger accounts ai d biiN lajiO, Deierrcd premiuiuM (20 percent, deducted? ;o2.4tS. Prnuoms in crurs--. ef collection ditto 2R5r3.i Total aets I.i.iidiii ;s: Lor 'St' and end-.'W me Tit unadjusted . :? Unpalu diviueuds etc es- IU 1.3 :5.'.k T2,0(H).a lunaiea, Reserve tor vr i d-u p I n s n r ance claimable : and p. r Annuiries lleserve required by laws States bciuanea' 4 per cent) K), 775.CH 35,421 5o7 0 Total itabilitk-fc- . ;?,S2-,5S7 Surplus ori 4 per percent, The com panv claims superiurify ii the high rate of interest &eured iu it low death rate and srr ill expanse. It is thus able to pay ver tar&e dividend; a pency holders. Arlive agents wanted who can maki a great deal cf mor ey. Liberal co-n missions will oe paid, pp'y to t . P. i-mi'.G f-ij, . lord., X. C., 9-26 tf District Manager. The Rutherford. College, NOliTII Cakolina, Will open ite Sprine Term, with the Old President in the Chair, on Janu 3ry the ibth, m beAcw Building, with a tali corps ot Frotessors m each De partment. Telegraphy, Law, & ok- keepmcr, and Dasinss crenerallv wili be taught in connection with the regu 'ar uouege course. Do&rn. including all expenses, is from $5 to per month Snftf'.ifil n.rrfl.ncrp.mtrit rtinrlp i'nr k-or. ing young ladies. Come one, come ALL, and trv this healthy, moral, quiet, pleasant place. Address, R. L. ABERNETIIY. decl8-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 Exnress.. . . .3.30 n. m No. 12, Mixed 5 a m. Arrive at Durham: No. 1, Mail and Express, . . .11.50 a. m jno. asi, Liocai 5.30 p. m. No. 11, Mixed 7.30 p. m No. 1 connects at Durham with Rich mond and Danville trains for Raleigl and points South; at Denniston Junc tion with Atlantic and Danville trains from Danville. No. 2 Connects at Denniston Junctioi. with Atlantic and Danville trains foj Danville. Close connection made at jvnehbur witn iticnmona ana uanvute, Uhesa peake and Ohio, and Norfolk and Wst ern railroads, to and from all p'Jmtc iNortn ana ttast, west and South-west The shortest and most direct line to all points North and West. For information apply to W. N. AllTU HELL, GenT Supt., Lynchburg, Daily except Sunday, Daily. NEW eUlLDje COMPANY, The Briggs Buildtng&Mf gCo. Has been Incorporated and invitee the business of the public. It is prepared to furnish estimates, or build and repair anv kind of build ings, and furnish sash, blinds andothei building material at short notice sep20- K A LEIGH AND GASTON RAXLEOAD. in effect bunday, January 10, 18V2 TEAXNH MOVING NORTH. No. S4. No. 38 Paeft. Daily Pass. & Ms,i tX. O i Lv iiaieigh ...... Mili .brook . . Wake Forest,-. I'Y&nklinion... Kittreil Henderson JLl 25 ;v o i'c- Vili & c8 pm t bS pm :, 5 piu (j 80 pm ' I 10 &o 12 01 ; 12 ii ya 12 5 p.: Warroii Piam 7 ub pea Macon , 7 1 pai 8 15 piu 1 57 pit Yeidon.".. . 2 id per T31AK?S MOTHS SOUTH. No. 41. No i5. Paas. and Mail. Dailv ez. Sun. D&ilyFw, L Weldon 12 30 t-m 7 00 Haoou 1 0 pm 8 01 an Warren Fiaica. 1 S9 pm 8 09 am Koiideracn . 2 18 pm 8 43 air Kittrell 2 31 pia H 69 an i'ranklinton ... 2 51 pra 9 15 &ir W&k Forest,.. 3 15 v.ns 9 arr SHI1 Brock .... S 40 pm ' 8 an ir aaleih a r5 p.-n iu i; an I5TJI8BUBQ RAtLKOAD. Leaves LouiBburs at 8:03 a. in., 11.3'; a m aad C:00 p ra. Arrives at Frantlinton ar S.35 a m, 12.05 p m. n i h'.io p m. Leaves Frank! ynum at 6.05 p ra, 3.'0 o v.i v:io a m. Arrivoe at Loiiiaburg it 6.40 a re, 8:35 p m. 9:0 a m. JOHN O. vViNDER, Ow'l Man&si u. v ; T. 31 YFiRS. Oon'i Snnt, f"5 ALE 1(2 11 AND AUGUSTA AIU LI.N tX i'. I eifeci .Sunday, Oc. 2o, 131 soiTo aoirrn. :To. 4i. Pas senior Mail. 4 00 p m Wd No. -V Fcoight 6 30 a n 7 t7 8 36 9 CO 11 0 12 tO 2 10 p tt 3 if. 5 ee Lv Lialeigit Oary iloixy Oak3. Sioncure 4 54 ff 05 5 IS 0 21 .iinior.I Oaincron, South'n i'inecj At;or-.iefcn. , . Hialet Ilamh-t 31 7 4 J p m 8 10 8 18 v m No. 4, o t hio 5rulM- lATU'c-t M i'r(t ' i. . .. U&inero'.; anfoid 7 0 iMi. 7 18 7 33 h 00 S 4 v 7 25 7 47 8 55 10 i p ; 12 ro 12 ZD 2 10 5 45 8 9 2-5 r- is 10 20 11 01 M 2i) Sure. III s. m riTTKl'OltO KOAP. L Kit PittshcvolO ?r a. m. and 5 U' p ii. Arrive Moncnr 9,55 a. ro. and 3 p r '.'-vj Monouro 11:10a.m. and 5:65 p ir A. ritt3brr i?::o a. r.. and WO lk J C. ViNDHii, Oeifi Manager.' U T rr.v.,lSupt. JitsaTc Oatlhao 8:0 a. m. ana 1:30 p m Arrive Odiiicro,- 8.35 a. na. and 2:15 p. rc Leave Oaaieron 9:35 a. in. and C 0) p. te A vnvc Cariha ?e 10:10 a. ra..ndfi:3r p.c W. C. PETTY, Manager. CAPK FKAR VADKIIV VA1. LV RAILWAY COMPANY. OOtfDKXSED SOnSDUXE. In eilect January ICth, 18(J2. NOUTH BOUND. Daily ex Daily ex Sunday. Sunday. Wo. 2. No. 4. L7 Wilmington. 9 50 am Ar Paye'eville.. 1 55 pm Lv Fave'eville . . 3 00 pm Lv banford 4 25 pm r Greensboro. 6 55 pm Lv Greeneboro. 7 15 pm Lv Walnut Cove 9 00 pm Daily e; Hi Ar Mt. Airy II 15 pm Lv iiennettavule . Lv Maxton Ar Fayetteviiie. . ....12 40 pm .... 127 pm .... . 2 57 pm Lv Kameenr Ar Greensboro. . Lv Greensboro. . Ar Madison 7 25 an 10 05 an 10 45 as 105ot SOUTH BOUND. Daily ex Daily ex Daily e Sunday. Bund&y. Sunday No. 1. No. 3. No. IS, Lv Mt. Airy. ... 6 00 am Lv Walont Cove 8 11 am Ar Greensboro .10 00 am I Lv Greensboro 10 30 am tiV saniord lai&pm A.r Favetteville 2 06 pm Lv Fayetteviiie 3 04 pm wnnnngton 7 to pin Lv Fayetteviiie 2 11 pm Lv Maxton 3 32 pm Ben'ttaville 4 22 pm v Maoiaon 3 10 pa v. Ar 'jreensooro 5 15 pec uv urreensDoro 5x5 pn Ar Ramseur 8 40 pm W. E. KYLE, Gen'l Passenger Agen. J w. ?UY, GbbT Manager. Ticldledywink Tales, By John Kendrick Bangs. The best Book for chiidren published iu. years. Orders should be sent at once to insure shipment in time for the HolidayTTrade. Forty illustrations by Charles Howard Johnson. Full Cloth, Gilt, 12 mo., Price $1.25. For sale by all Booksellers. The DeWitt Publishing House, de!6 4t. 33 Rose Street, K. Y. RICHMOND & DANVILLE RAIL ROAD COMPANY, Condensed schedule in Effect January 17, 1S92 SOUTHBOUND. DAILY. No. 9. No. 11. Lv. Kic&moni 4i '-urkevii3r 3 00 pin .i 2u am 5 IS pm 5 0 RiT5 5 44 pm 44 a ia 0 1 5 pin 10 12 ynj 12 ir. pm tl35 pm 1 .x iri o 4 ppi 7 4 :m 5 07 a-n Ki'S'ilie Duneil'e . . . Ar " i re ensboro r. rv;i;ijib . . . Lv. i;airign " Durham ... r. Greens oro i ii oui 40 Kin rv VViuston-Salsm. tS 41 pm 8 50rm Greensboro . '10 'so p:nls J am vr Salisbury Ar, bLateavilie rsbevillo Hot Springs .. Lv. Salisbury Ar, Charlotte !2 16 f.;n 5 1 57 a" i) 6 55 am 5 59 p:n 8 6 am 7 44 nm 12 28amn2 05pm 2 00 am 1 30 pm I i l f ( fcpartanburg, . Greenille Atlanta . oouam 4':7Dm 12 20 pm 11 45 pm 2 10 am 1 50 pir 6 07 am 5 0 pm 9 30 am 9 15 pa? Lv. Charlotte Ar. Columbia Augusta DAILY. Lv. Augusta " (Columbia i Charlotte Lv, Atlanta Ar. Charlotte Lv. Charlotte Ar. Salisbury 7 00 pm 1 00 pn) 10 50 pm 4 10 pm 3 05 am 8 00 pm 8 50 pm i 00 pitf 6 40 am 7 50 pm 7 00 am S 20 pa-. S 27 am 9 45" pm 5 22 pm22 39 pm 2 40 am 4 25 pm 7 07 am 9 17 pm 8 00 am 10 12 pm Lv. Hot bprmga " Ashe villa " Statesville. . , Ar, Salisbury Lv. Salisbury Ar. Green -hoi o 10 20 am 11 2S arc. Ar. Wins' oa-Saiem.ll 40 am tl IS un Lv. Greensboro . . .10 30 am12 0i am .. 12 32 pm 4 20 am ... 125pm 7 00am .. 1 30 pm t8 45 am . . 3 05 pm 12 28 pu ...10 30amll SS pm ... 12 10 pm 1 10 am . . . 2 52 pm 4 15 an Ar. Durham ... " Rateigh Lv. Raleigh Ar. Gcld3boro.. Lv. Greensboro Ar. Danville .. . " Keysville... " V-urkeviile . 3 30 pm 4 o7 am Richmond 5 30 pm 7 xo an tPaiiy except Sunday. Daily. BETWEEN West S'oiut and ilichmoicd. Leave West Point 7.50 a m daily anr. ir.o a m daily except Sunday and M.'-u lay; arrive Richmond 9.10 and 10 40 t en. Returning leave Richmond 3.10 i m and 4.40 p rn daily except Sunday -trrive West Point 5.00 and t;.oo p in ?ietvvtcn liiOinioud nnd r5.aIc-.Jgl:. via KevsviSte. Lenve Rkhntond H-Wjun daily; leavi keysville o.;M) p m: arrive Oxford -S.03 j n; IlttUderson 9.05 p iu; Durham i a; Raleigh 10.4.0 pm Returning Te;.vt Haleigh 9.15 a m daily, Durham 10 5 u; Henderson 10 05 a m; Oxford 11.15 i ii: arrive Kevsville 2 00 p m; Rjchmonc .30 p m. Through coxch betweei Michb:oud and aieigh. Alixed train le.;.vcs Keysville dail -vcepv Sunday 9.!0 a m; arrives Dut iMm 0.'?0 p m Leaves Duihani 7.15 i :n daily except undiy: arrives Cixfod ; 10 a m. Ieaves Durham 7.50 i ri, .holy except Sunday; nrvives Kei'sviib 3.10 a m. Leaves Oxford 3.00 a in daib exeept r unday; arrives Dii'-liaui 5 tO : n. Additional tuiias le.tve Oxford "i.-til :c:pr Sunday 11.50 a m; arrive Hen-hv-' r. 12.15 p m. Return ing leav Iraiersoii -i-Sv and 9.40 p in dauv excep 5nnn.-iy rr-ve Oxlonl 7.35 a"aa io.t: o. Washin - ori and Southwestern. Vc ibule Limited opiated be-tvceei Wash in lou anil Atlanta daliv, ;pavt Washington ll.tXJ p. m. Danville 5.50 a n. Greensboro 7.10 a. m., Saiion- '.2Sa. m. Charlotte v). 45 a. m,. arrives Af-ianta 5.C5 p. m. Itetnrning, leavt uania i.-jo p m , ijnarioTte ii.w) p n., Salisbury 10 29 p. m. Grtenshovc 11.51 p. m; arrives Danville 1.29 a. m : Lynchburg 3 35 a. m.. Washiutor -.3S a. m. Through Pullman Sleeker, New York to New Orleans, also 'be tween Washington and Memphis, via Atlanta and Birmingham. No. 9, leaving Ootdsboro 2.15 p. rr. and Raleigh 6.40 p. m. dailv makes con nectiou at Durham with No. 40. leav ing at 7.50 p. m. daily except Sundav toi Oxford and Keysville. Nos. 9 and li connect at Richmond from and to Wrest Point and Baltimoi daily except Sunday. SLEEPING-CAR SERVICE. On trains 9 and 10, Pullman Buffet: Sleeper between Atlanta and Nw York; between Danville and Augusta. and Greensboro (via Asheville) ami Knoxville, Tenn. On 11 and 12, Pullman Buffett S?eepei betWAu Richmond and Danville Raleigh and Greensboro, and Pullman Buffett Sleeners between New Vnrk Washington aud Knoxville via Dan- rain service over th e li'f -ville, Salisbury and Asheville, and fewand exceile:bynn!:',v.Li Pullman kIpatvwq hatnronn WTa oV.i n iris. SnArijil" i without tic 11! - - M M (iOUlllC onn An mi r-4-r hi. BERKLEY, Superintendent. Richmond, Va. W. A. TURK, A. G. P. A., m Charlotte, N. C. W. H. GREEN, General Manager, Atlanta, Qa. J 18. h. TAYLOR, Gen'l Paaa. Ag't, Atlanta, Ga. SOL. HAA8, Traffic Manager, Atlanta, Ga A. G. BAUER, ARCHITECT. RALEIGH, N. C. Plans and specifications furnisbed on application. 8-27-Iy. CPltvi4 rwPMiii r This is no clap-trap fii J?A rilEJI U31 HOSES, nnr nresent ouarters art All the fineet OhryganUmma. BeJ we havf mirchaVed a ne 6ver blooniinor itnfia in rv.,, . nae pnrcuac Choice eTeTnLnndirnT7 iLZ ' Xnrsery (nearly -4 ) a. - house and Out-door Beddincr Plant nnt 1 - x-. wv. flowers, Bouquets and Floral Design Tomato, Cauliflower, Cabbage and Pot. grown Egg-PIanta. bweet Potato plant ready about 25th of April. Celery plant in June and July. Bead for Catalogue. H. STEINMETZ, Flor?pt, MarC-tf. Baleigh,K.C ATLA.VTH- ro vs.-: 1 SE' Wihiniirri,,,. If. U 4v ill t'.- -' f 5'w i 1 a ed Lv Wtldcu....v. - a Uwkv Sit. 1 Kv Tar lioro. ..m . ,t Ar Vviic-u.. 2 ' Lv WiU;n .. .2 3:r V ... : 1 ii 1 ... ,, I- v. WaVsr' ' a : : 'l rK,.. -'V i?.. 4r Wilsiiogton i 0j d TKAINS GOI;,o No. Lv Wiimuiyuoii 2 li! H.-.a Lv M&Knolia.. L7in Lv Wttjiaw ar uoiasouro. . i Lv Fayetteviiie Lv sitrsa Ar WiUoii " " Lv V7il.:u ... RK. ir it'y Ho;mt Ar Tarboro.. LvTrlHr; . r Weldcn.... c. y. Daily exce'it Susi-' -.y Trains cr. Sr-or; .." Rojid leave W. :.: : '., 4:23 p m; UTivv;-v:.? (l p m. Green v.P.- ;.- r. pm. Rtuniing ie;vi Green ville b':25 a n: a at 1LC0 am. Veid except Sur.diy IjOcI Frcbt 10:15 a m, rfivi:: ; a m, Greenville . : ij'j P ro. netur'.r.i-.g n o a m; (Trt-r.vii:- -Keck 2-2 u m, :ni-v pm. daily ex-e;i . Train leave-; ".. ::...,. b? marie & IJi : r. ' . k --uin;ay. p irrivr Vii:Mxo::. 4:2; p in, l-an-.t.-vth P m. :te-ur:i:;2 :-xiyf esoe;)t fay 9:j0 h r.i. V m, 9:5S a i m, ll:if? a m Train o:s . leaves GoMsl :.;. sui"-;i 0::J0 ' ; 0., ':30am. K ; ;ivld, N. C. s.w: T. C, 9:3.";: im t'iaiii in ."d'rU'-l ? N -- f:V Hit : : i m.. Retv.rr-n-. :03 .i vn Train or. Ci';.t. -s.v; tcr CU'.nt.::: : 't 0:00 p r; a:v. : . leaves -ton .it :,o?;i:ect.'''g i v-.-. - .. . Souf-Mit.-. vill srep Mil,- ' v o'aLboio iUi'.l ,!;t'i.. Train o. 7- i'kc- , at Weldon fir :;1 pi..:: all rail vi'i Itichnv-n;!, Suufhiy via Bay .i"e, r: Mount didiy except u:-. folk aud Carol i;i.- 1 1 - ; i -and all point Lor:i3 vi Special S:-rvij l-.r'! '..; t 'V: Fjuost i'ra: V. ... O-i Jinnu' V it :. ..!., Line wii: pCr ou i:m.'. " tro-n -.ev; Yorh r r -j . New York r.t 'J.'Tj :. vu. Jacksonvill.- T. 0 p m Lv'1 one nij;ht cut.) laiknric t:ir fa.nt trains rer day, Ah t'.i' Pa'ac Sleeping r-zr? fr:.Tu ht sonville: Y. to Tamps en i !; .loas"ide atearaer ( '.da; lick.-i.uville! New Y-U'L l- .'av . "1 aC Ois Jsr:arv ihtii the uia'H: York and 'Florida -pe i -i through ro St Uiu?tir! idJed, kuid? in ail iect each way per wees, tLe i:i se vice ever offered t 1:11 le&ton. 8avacnah Floula ".na The equipment nd Lvutrai irv - . I rrain in Ki i catI rf I .'. train in the world. TLe leiut: 1 c. . .1 i a.. c .. -1 "m;1. t will. a heretofore, form K-rt ment cf thsie traiud. 'Ihoy i conanlete drawing-room c;r and a-e run exclusively over Coast Line. This lire ia so situated tha acnthot Kichmond curls?? en influence of the Gall 61mm, 1 T.I- hot let tse 1 an! ilitions which constitute tne balmv Soithern climate, a natural as well as the thor-tt t th? cost popular route from the North to y JOHN F. IM or;i- re pt. J. R. KKNLY,GcDlMn T. M. EMERSON. Trac Great Moving: Sale oi ,i we oZr For m davs. or until move; a reduction 1 ton to on all PLANTS, Tilt I; BERY andROSfcSOEwr.J-est This is no clap-trap Jx:rm& e . fir 1 1 tii " - . .. i.tncairiui.'- - 1 nnncn nt TlinvlTlLT UUi Snninm Vfl?noiiHS. Clpe fifty varieties of every ef n., the above offer. Comesfe . for price lists, Address, finiiviii f Floral) Nr cC'l or ery TAME5 M. lM-hf Fayetterille Prop : Manager. ants. - It Nil