The Baih fdate Chronicle, ,fjfcu 18, 1892.
in Nortb Laroiiaa
Incidents and Industries, jtyorts
a?id liner yitsy Persons and
Things from Clierokec
to Qurriti ck.
Our Country, published Jit Mor-
f tt ULU
j.ivi timt Prof U. L. Prtt- cotiny whole eyaiom out of order diswiscd, and a
gailton, sa& tlWlt I roi. iv. -La. i)Wtnt b(mrc?, of Bering, 110 appetite, and no
ton a school teachtT Ot that place, enjoyment of life. I bought two bat v.s of Swift, a
. ' . i . . . c. rv-av Siec'ific and too.; it, and it brought me right out.
has decided to run for Congress.
Every room at Ivenilworth Inn,
at Asheville, is occupied by visitors.
It has b -en decided to build an ad
dition to the hotel, consisting of 150
An outrageous affair is reported
by the Concord Standard to have
occurred in Rowan county. A man
ran away v.it'i his son's wife. Their
whereabouts is not known. His
own wife is still at home.
The Lumberton Robesonian re
ports that the doctors have success
fully set the borken leg of ex-senator
Williams, and this avoided the
necessity of amputating it, as was
first thought to be necessary.
If renortsbe true, the Tarboro
Advocate states, there will be a
lar'H increase in the acreage of the
tobacco crop in Edgecombe county
this year. The crop ot last y ear
was largely increased over the crop
of the previous jear.
A big alligator, which inhabits
the pind below the Five Points near
Greenville, came out for an air
ing the othtr day, and the Reflector
says came ntar catching a town
councilman who happened o d; itl
too near in passing.
John Fisher, a man convicted
recently, in Stanly, of manslaugh
ter, and sentenced to three and one
half years in the penitentiary is
now a: home. im oneoru viaia
ard says h ; became tired of convict
life and took it upon himself to
fli I 1 Oj J
The case against D. C. Blu.
charged with the iiiumIlt of Ar-h
Womack in loor county last Sep
tember, was ably conducted by both
sides. The jury in two hours, the
Blade savs. returned a verdict oi'
"not guilty," and Blue was imme
The Greenville Reflector reports
that Mr. Lafayette Cox, of Content
nea towrirhiu. lost his dwelling
4 ' -
hou; and three adjacent buildings
by (ire, together with hi9 household
furniture and clothing of himself
and family. The loss amounts to
about $2,000, with no insurance.
The Lenoir Tome states that a
dwelling house and store at Granite
Falls were burned. The fire broke
out in a house occupied by Mr. W.
II. Fowler. The Jones store wa
also bui'ned. Mr. Fowler lost bis
household gools, gome of the
A nest of golden eagles was
caught in the Smoky Mountains
recently, the Ashe ville Citizen says.
They had been killing bogs in the
section in which they were caught.
The male measures 7 feet from tip
to tin, the female 7 feet 11 inches.
Three of the eagles have been stuff
ed and mounted, and the fourth will
be treated in the same manner as
koon as his plumage has grown out.
The report current that there was a
movement on foot to kill one of the
eagles, cut off his head and heels
and present it to editor Robert M.
Furman as a turkey, lacks confir
mation, the Citizen adds.
Bucklenfs Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns, and all
skin eruptions, and po&itively cures
piles,or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents
pT box. For sale at John Y. Mac-
MS LIKE IT
Swift's Specific is a distinctive remedy,
ami is totally unlike any of the other blood
medicines which are sold. It cures diseases
of the blood and skin by removing the poison
germs which cause them, and at the same time
supplies good blood and tissue for the wasted
pr.'rts. Don't be imposed on by substitutes,
which are said to be just as good, for it is not
true. No medicine
IN THE WORLD
has performed as many wonderful cures, or
has relieved so much suffering.
"My blood was badly poisoned last ye.-r, v.-fcich
iso )viv r remeuy was ever umm kh Miui'umwMi a
than Swift's Specific." John Gatix, Dayton, Ohio.
Treatise on blood and skin diseases mid fr.-v
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mmw a uinva
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8o!d by all Local Druggists.
P. F "P.
effects fct.ll around
iney see a
A Ieadh physician in New Yo.-fc
arid director ot. onf. of the lare hos
pitals, says, PVb. S, 1890, he has mad;
use of the P. V. ?e:it him, and wc-tw
pleaded to .?;iy P. P. P. proved emea
cloas in numl '-L- of cases, and add.-.
' ;vr t 'i.'iTi be 5-i'ould have ai
h j nti-- factory combi-
"i K;itv. vi dnitrs.
oiLt. fiiaah (nn.nie Kiveo on amdic.t
tioru bf.yi) he was crippled by a disease
in legs mtkI arms, powerless to walk or
eat without, h-A. nice, having lost the
use of his limis 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
P. P. P. known among physicians
in the South Cor its various and woa
derful cures as the jrreat poririer of the
' B!ood Poi sc. u
Primary, Secondary- and Tertiary
Syphilis, old sores, pimples, blotches,
sere t ub' , blood and mercur ial poison
and skm diseases are eradicated by the
uto of P. P. P. Hosts of certificates
are in office to show the cures in these
diseases where all other medicines have
Inflammatory, gout, sciatic and its
kindred disease with its excrutiarinsr
pains are cured by the wonderful blood
cleansing propertias of P. P. P." (Prick
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Originates in scrofulous taint. P. P. P,
purif.es the blood and this prevents
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P. P. P. Prickly Ash,
irom the use of
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T V '
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if Mail. 10,000 Ti-stimoni!'.. Same Paper,
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Send for Catalogue
DURHAM, N. C.
Under Hew ' Management.
VV. H. BILLINGS,
PROPRIETOR AND MAN AGT R
RATES : - - $2.00 per day
Robert 0, Burton, Jr.,
Attorney and talk at Lw,
KALEIGH, N. C.
Will practice in the Supreme aoo
Federal Coartts, and in the courts- oi
Halifax, North am ptcn and Wukfc, ant'
wherever his services may be needf-d
(Office in Fisher Building, 217 Fayette
I TWO VOLUMES)
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Tbee books, so essential to the lai-rary
cf eveiy Lawyer in Aorth C iroiira,
NO W READY,
And will be forwarded on receipt, of
RALEIGH, N. C.
Great Moving Sale of Plants,
For 60 days, tr until moved, we offer
a reduction t from 25 to 50 pr cent
on all PLANTS, TltKES, Ml H UH
JSKEtl and icuNtts on our grounds.
This is no clap-trap advertisement
Our present quarters are too small, so
we nave purcnasea a new home for out
Nursery i nearly 40 acres): to save the ex
peiiKtj ut moviui; our siock ot I'mes
Spruces, Magnolias, Cape. Jasmine anci
ht,y varieties ot evergreens, we make
toe aoove oner. Come see us or serm
tor pnee iisf s, Address,
Simnyside (Floral) Nursery,
JAMPS M. LAMB, Prop.
jal4-d&w-lm Fajette ville, N. C
FEAR Ar YADKIN VAb
IJCY RAILWAY COMPANY.
In effect February 23i, iSSti
Daily ex Daily ex
Ilo. 2. No. 4l
Lv Wilo2.iT-.gton. 9 '0 am
Ar FnyeV villo.. 1 55 pin
Lv kfayeV' Vii? e . . 3 W pm
Kan tor A 4 S:5 pm
Ar Greanaboro. f 5. pm
Lv Groenslsoro. 7 '5 pm
Lv Walnut; Oove 9 00 pin
Ar Mt. Airy il 15 pm . .
Lv lionno-iisviue .
Ar Fayette ville. .
Ar Greensboro. .
Lv Greensboro. .
12 40 pm.......
1 27 pta
2 57 pm
7 25 :
10 3 ? s-s-1
Daily ex Daily ex
Lv Mt. Airy. ... C 00 am
Lv Walnut Cove 8 11 am
Ar Greansbcro .10 00 am
Lv Greensboro 10 30 am
Lv Ban ford 12 45 pta
Ar Fayetcoville 2 0i pm
Lv Fayettevillo 3 04 pm
Av ViVtirifftnTi 1 ( ? r-.m
Lv Fayotto ville
2 11 pia
S 32 pm
4 22 pm
. 2 45 pm
4 55 r.m
5 15 pm
. a iu pm
W. E. KYLE,
Gen'l Passenger Agent.
J. W. FRY, Gea'l Manager.
LOU MON O S: J A N VI I , LF- H I 5 ,
U. ROAO COMPANY. -Schedule
in Effect January 17, l&Z
No 9 'i,iV
Lv. Richmond 3 00 pm 3 20 art
" Burkeville 5 06 pm 5 00 an r
" Keysville 5 44 pin 5 44 an
Ar. Danville 8 00 pm 8 l'5 am
" Greensboro 10 15 p. u . 10 12 an
Lv. Goldsboro 12 1.5 pro " "7
Ar. Raleigh 155 pm 5 4"v?r!
Lv. Raleigh f? 25 paa :3 '5 ir;
Durham 7 44 pm R 07 an
Hot Springs ...
. 10 15 pin 9 40 am
. -ttt 4o toi 8 50 an
.10 n10 20 air
. !2 18f.m 11 57 an
. 1 52 am 1 09 pm
. b 55 am
5 59 prr
7 44 v. n
.2 2:am12 05 pn
9 rv am
5 00 am 4 27 pm
6 10 am 5 34 pm
12 put 11 4o jju.
2 10 am 1 r.) p-v
07 am 5 ;"0 pn
Lv. Charlotte ....
0 3: ara pr
Lv. Aug n st a
" Coi ai Libia
Lv. Hot. Springs
7 00 pm 1 00 poi
10 5v jitlt 4 i'J pjl
3 05 am SOOpu
S 50 pm & M pa
(5 4.) a in 7 50pnj
7 00 t )ri 8 20 pi::
8 27 h i; 9 45pir
5 22 pmi2 89 pn
2 40 am 4 2r pJ.
7 07 an 9 '7 ifr,
3 f0 am 10 12 pm
(5 am i 2 ai'
Ar. Win3tou-SIejin.ll 4') am tl 18 an:
1C 3 : wni2 01
. 12;52pni 4 20air
. 1 25 pm 7 00 am
1 '30 j'ui f8 45 am
3 05 pm 12 28 p:t
.10 30aroil 38 pM
. 12 10 pm 1 10 au
Ar. Durham ...
Lv. RaleitfK . . .
Lv. Gre nsboro
Ar. Dm ville ...
" Keysville. . .
. 2 52 pm
4 15 an.
4 57 atr.
7 15 an
3 30 om
Hichmond 5 30 om
TJuauy except fcunoay.
West i'oint and tfichmottd.
Leave West Point 7.50 a m daily aut
S.50 a m daily except SunrUv and'Mon
day; arrive Richmond 9.10 and 10 40 .
m. Returning leave Richmond aiO i
m and 4 40 p m daily evcept Sunvinv
arrive AVrest Point 5.00 and .00 p m
Hetween iticnmotid nud Kafe&ii.
Leave Richmond H.iKf p m dail v; leav
Keysville H.uO p m; arrive l xiord KiW j
m; Henoerba 0.05 pm; Durham y.35
m; llalei.h 10.4) p in. Retiiriiimjleavt
Ralrigb 0.15 a m. daily, Durham 10 25 v
m; Hederon 10 05 a in; Oxford 11.45 -(.
m: arrive Keysville 2 00 p m: Richmon.
1.30 p m. Through coach betirp.fi
Richmond and Raleigh.
Mixed train leaves Kevsviiie dail
except Sunday O.'O a in: arrives Dur
ham 0.20 p m Leaves 1 uriiam 7.15 &
m daily except Sund -.v: arrives Oxioro
0. io a m. Leaves Durham 7.50 p n
daily except Sunday; arrives Kevsvlll
2.J0 a m. Leaves Oxford 3.00 a hi d.vlb
except Sunday; anives Dm ham 5.(j;
Additional Uaius leave Oxford d.-'Vl'
exempt Sunday 11.50 a ru: arrive Hen
dersou 12.45 p m. Rt turning leqvt
Henderson 6. SO and 0.40 n in daii v excep
3'infl'iy, arrive Oxford 7. as ami 10.4
Washing) on and Southwestern Vei
tibule Tiim:tel operated bet wet"
WasMu?to..i and Atlanta dailv, lav
VVatdiington 11.00 p. m. In n vibe 5.50 -i
uj. Greensboro 7.10 a. ai., Salisbui
.'a. ru. Charlotte 0.45 a m.. arrive
Atlanta 5.C5 p. m. RetMrninur. leav
Atlanta 1.2.5 p. m., Charlotte 0.20 p
viu, Salisbury 10.29 p. m. Greensboit
11.54 p. m ; arrives Danville 1.20 a.m
Lynchbure H 35 a. m.. Washinutiv
H.33 a. m. Through Pnllman Sleeker.
New York to-Nw Orleans, "also bo
7f.T fn i UJ uu -uemPm vi i
Atlanta and Birmingham.
and Raleigh 6.40 p. m. daily makes con-
aect.K.u at Durnam with No. 4). leav
b at 7.50 p. m. daily except Sunday fc
uxioru ana rveysviue.
Nos. 9 and T! connect at Richmoac
from and to West Point and Baltimort
daily except Sunday.
SIZE EPING-C AR S ER VIC B.
On trains 9 and 10, Pullman BufTeh
Sleeper between Atlanta and Ne
On 11 and 13, Pnllman Bnffett S'eenei
betWAPn Richmond and Dnnvilie
Raleigh and Greensboro, and Pnllmai
Buffett Sleepers between New York
Washington and KnoxviOe vin Dan
ville, S5fU.isbury and Ashevilie, anr
runtnau sleepers between W ashintrtor
h. BERKLEY, Superintendent,
W. A.TURK, A. G P. A.,
Charlotte, N. C.
W. H. GttBES', General f'anagor,
JA.y. L. TAYLOU, Gen'l Va. Ag't,
SQL. HAA1S, Traffic Manasror,
YNCHBURG & DURHAM R. ii
SHORT LINE TO NOXTH AND WEST.
Trains leave Durham as follows :
No. JK, Local, e. o. d 6.20 a. m
Mo. 2, Mail and Express, . . . .3.30 p. m
No. 12, Mixed 5 a ni.
Arrive at Durham:
No. 1, Mail and Express,. . .11.50 a. m
No. 21, Local, e. o. d 5.30 p. m
No. 11, Mixed 7.30 p. m
No. 1 connects at Dnrham with Rich
mond and Danville trains for Raleigh
and points South; at Denoiston Junc
tion with Atlantic and Danville trains
No. 2 Connects at Denniston Junction
with Atlantic and Danville trains for
Close connection made at Lynchbure
with Richmond and Danville. Cbpcal
peake and Ohio, and Norfolk an dWst,
ern railroads, to and from all noints
North and East, West and South-west
j rne snorxest ana most direct line to
orK; between Danville and Augusta ia-attrama rr day, with through Pui'muD
and Greensboro (via Asheville) anv" Ptt'ac keeping Cexairom Boston to J -Knoxville,
Tenn. eonville; N. Y. to Tampa and Fort Tampa.
all points North and West.
For inf ormati on a pply to
R. C STANARD, Acting Snpt;,
Wilmington & Weldoi
R. It. and Branches,
Condensed Schedule DatedJac. 2, JS
TRAINS GOING BOUTH.
No. 23. No. 27.- No. 41.
Daily. Past .ilaii. Ds:i
Lv Weldon . . . . 12 30 pm 5 pa G 40 s.
Ar ttocfey Mt.. 1 40 poi C 3-; pm 7 47 v
Ar TovV,., o...218 prn
Lv Tarboro. . . 12 58 pm 6 CO pm
Ar Wbson .... i 18 pa 7 u 8 17 sa
Lv Wilson.. .2 30pm
ArBelma 3 30 pm
Ar Fayette ville 5 30 pm
uoide'toro.. in .m 7 -10 pna
Ws t nr. r- .... t li )7ii
Magnolia. . . i 27 pra 3 441 pm
Wilmington s "pi"n 9 55 pis
10 00 ft?.
10 14 i
TXtAINS GOIKG NOBTH
No. 14. No. 78. Lailv ex
5) anoha . .
W&rs&w . . .
Goldaboro . .
2 V) v.y 0 J HTn 4 xv-.
a 57 t vn i0 r,7 & yt .
11 11 ara 5 55 pc
4 33 am 12 05 pin 6 58 pi.
9 10 ara ......
11 08 am .
12 10 pm ...
5 11 &m 12 -' pru 7 43 :
5 27 im 1 30 pm S 2 1 tjr.
0 6:ixo 2 18p;i; '.
12 ?S pm
6 J5 a 2 55 Dm 9 35
Tarboro . . .
l)ailv X?f-i'T Sim-day
No 15, Southbound leaves Welder
daiiy at 11:00 p. m. arriving at Wil
mington 3.45 a. m.
No. 00, Northbound, daily, leaves
Wilmington at 5:31 p m., arriving at
v biuuu rjioif p m.
Trams ou Scotland Neck Rranci
Roa-d leave Weldon 4:00 p m, Halifax
4: p m; arrive Scotland Neck at 5-lr
p m, Green ville :52 p m; Kington 8V
p m. Returning leaves Kinston 7:10 a m
Greenville 8:25 a m. Arriving Raiiia
at 11:00 am, Weldon 11:25 a m.daib
except Sum! ay.
b cal Friht train leaves WehlOL
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at
it-: 15 a m, arrivm. Scotland N eel- ;:or
a m, GreeurdJe 5:30 p m, Ki- ston 7-4(
P ra. Keturnmsr leaves Kinatorf a
7:30 a ru, Gleeuvili I: 5 a m, ScotlauC
Neck 2:20 p m. arriving Weldon 5:11
p m. daily except Sundar.
Train leaveb i'arnoroN. C, via A
marJe & Raleigh R. R., daily, excer,
Ti!day, 4:i0 p m. Sunday 3:00 p u
irnve Willi aairtor-, N. C. 7:18 p iu
4:20 p m, Plymouth '6:0 p ;a, 5:2-.
! m. Return ina: leaves PI vmomi
d.dly, except Sunday, 6:00 am, Sur
day 0:C0 a in. Villiamston. X. C, 7:3;
i m, 9:5-3 a m. Arrivinc: Tarboro 10-i
i m, 1 1 :'o a m.
Train on Midland. N. O , Branca
'eaves Gohhsboro, N. C, dailv, excep"
Sunday, 6:00 a m, amv-3 Smiiliftrld, is
0. , 7:j0au. Retarnin:? ieves Sm4'
1. Id, N.C, 8:0t-a m; arrive Goid-bcr--N.
C, 0:40 h
Tram on Nashville Branch Kv.
itocky Mooni at 5.15 p rr,, an-iv-s
SasnvilU; 5.55 p m. Spring Hop? r,:
m. itbtariiin;; leaves SminK Kcp
a Nhvi'ie b:oo am; rrcnv
ocky Momr. 9:15 a ni, daily, cvce.;
Train o.i O tin to a Brrtuch iea.v--vw
for Cl.r-.nn daily, eACrtt Siiada
a t: p m ctnd 11:16 a m. Hctnrnin
leaver Clinton Mt 8:a m r.jj ;.n. 1 u.
.ic:i:ne.;t;n l ? vVars- with ,
u - and its
Sout.hboan Train oc Wascr, ',r
ayettevii i e B ra nc is No. 51. V -rt t
lound is No. 50. I;ily, i-xc-i. iy.n
TraiDS No. 27 South, and ii Nortl
ill stop only at Kooky fcoimt, WiLsoi
aoldboro and Magnolia.
Train o. 78 makes close connect -oi
at Weldon for all points north da 1 v.
ui run vih jticamona, una oa;iy except
.vount daily except Sundav, with Nor
folk and Carolina Railroad for Xorfcli
md ail points north via Norfolk.
FROil THE KORTfl TO FLO KID A.
luuest Trains in the World.
O'l January 4tb, 1802, the Atlanbo Coasi
L.me mi put on another through trail,
from New York to Florida, leaving
isw xctx m y: a m, arriving at
Jacksonville 7ir0 p m next day (onb
one niRht oa,) making thro thro'isb
alonfcide steamer for Cuba: New Yorktt
Jy.ckaouville; New York to tavannafi.
On January ibththe mapnificeLt "New
xuiii ivuu aiaiiua special," running
tiirougli to St ugistine, Fla, -will aieo be
a-lderi, mating m ail twentv-four trains
oai way per week, the most complete
-e vice ever oner 3d t Wilmington, Char
lestom Savannah Florida and t;ubi.
The equipment arul general charanter oi
train service over this liae is eqnabd by
few and excelled bv none, wti!o the ftKicr
ula Snecdal" is without doubt the finei
tramra tho world. The beautiful draw-mg-room'
care, the "LIohI" aad 4Supe'"
will aaheretoiorc, form part of the equip
ment id" thso train3. They aretheoidv
complete drawing-room cars evf-r bn.dt.
and a o run exciueively over the Atlantic
This line 13 so sUuaiQd that two hour,
siuthot Itiihmond ourist eno.mntt r t-e
influoncf of th- Quit fitroaaa, aiul till con
oitio:i3 vrhich con-ttitute the .e lai a'to
balmy SoMharn climate, making it the
natural as wll as the f-hortet and moti
popular route from tho North U FloruU.
JOHN F. DlVINj-3,
J. R. KENLY, Gen'l Man,
T. M. EMERSON, Traffir Manager.
Two splendid Illiuois bied
Jacks, 3 and 5 years old ir-4 i : d
hands nigh W rite f :r pri . ut.
riptio Al?o Clark's Ma
Corn, 50 to 200 bnshfls per iv, e
srass and Lawn Mixture t-l.
rroor ana White Sprlug r.evl V it-. i .on Twr: r ..-., -vvt" - V'
Bone MphI, Land Plaster, Cot ton 5-ved . ' Train 2 connects " . . .... 1. ,
Meal, Shell Lime, AmmonkUvd Gu'.a Vel on Thrown , , - ;
n any quantity. j i A
L. R. WI'.ATT. ."c 'J 'li.rci!S
. 216 Fayettf il lo S . Joldsboro at 0: .0 ? r
roor and White Snriuc r.ev Od
reb2i-im Rale N.
W 4 r-v
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