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riTBUSHKD DAILY AND WEEKLY BY Chronicle Publishing Co. 21 Fayt-ti eville Street, U.vLKioii, North Carolina. THE LAUNCHING OF THE RALEIGH. Tiik 1'. U. .1RRNIGAN, Editor. SVKSCRU'TION UR1CK i I vt'ttr oon :$ (hi ntlt V J r. Mnnth . - - - (3 Month ----- l.o" The Weekly Cihwicle (eight pases): One year fc. 25. In clubs of five, fl.oo Correspondents of the Chronicle will please bear in mind that no communica tion will he published; except over the author's real name. Brief letters on cur r.t.tnnira will Alwava receive attention. and, If found available, will be used the condition above named. witt FRIDAY, - April 1, 1892 The Economist-Falcon says that Judge Shuford, now holding court in the first district, "is an industrious judicial ollicer, and can accomplish much work." The appointment of Judge Shuford has been well received And the Perquimans' Record adds: ''His charge to the grand jury at Hertford was an able presentation of the law and its bearings; although the young est judge upon the bench, in learning, and dignified bearing efjual to the best. legal he i- The following table presents in a simplified iorm the vote of the two parties on the Bland silver bill, on the evening of the 24th, in the House of Representatives: Democratic vote for free silver 137 Democratic vote against free silver Democratic majority for free silver Republican silver Republican vote for free silver 82 We devote the greater part of our telegraphic columns to-day to an ac count of the launching of the "Cruiser Raleigh," and give "cuts" of some who were prominent on the occasion, as well as of the fine ship."-The cut of Mrs. Haywood, who is one of the most beautiful women in the State, is not satisfactory, but the others are quite flattering, and this ought to en list their good graces in behalf of our artist. The bulletin issued from-the Chron icle oiltee yesterday, soon after the launching, informed the citizens of 1 1 . 1 ..1 a ..1 1 uaieign mat tne new oattiesnip cruiser, which bears the name of their city was successfully launched, and the people of the whole State will ever feel a deep interest in her career. They will hope for a peaceful hi&tory but it war should come, wil expect her to victoriously float from the masthead the proud ensign o a united Union, which we all honor and love, Norfolk and Portsmouth received their North Carolina guests with open arms of frindship, and ai who know the hospitality of the "twin cities by the sea" were fully prepared for the cordial reception extended our worthy Chief Magistrate and his asso ciate visitors, which all Carolinians will hold in the highest. appreciation. Many whose energy and business capacity have advanced the commer cial reputation, and added to the wealth of Norfolk, were born on the soil of this State, and Virginians and North Carolinians are united by the the strong ties of a common pride and lican States namedl In addition to the above the Post shows that the op-' position represents in the Senate 34, 166,176 population while the Republi cans represent 27,610,176 a popular majority against the Republicans of 6,557,640. ATLANTIC COAST Lllf K. Says the Washington Post: Having disposed of the British lion Preeident Harrison can now give his whole at tention to the Tamany tiger. AUCTION SALE OF OBERLIN LOTS - By virtue of power conferred on me by a certain mortgage deed executed by Dr. W. H. Moore, which mortgage is drily recorded in Registry of Wake county, in Book No. 113. at pase 7o9, l will crier for sale to the highest bidder, for cash, at the court house door m the city of Raleigh, N. Con Monday, April 18, 1S92, at 12 o'clock m. The property in said mortgage described, lying in Oberlin Village just west of the city of Raleigh, a more"fcccurate descrip tion of which will be found by reference to the aforesaid mortgage. The property above described being all the property of said Dr. Moore in the village of Oberlin B. b MuNTAGUrl Mortgagee Raleigh, N. C . March 18. '92. td Wilmington fe Weldoi K. II. and Branches. Cjh denaed Schedule DatedJan. 26, '9'J TRAINS GOING SOUTH. No. 23. No. 27. JSo. 41. Daily. Fast Mail. Daily ex Daily. Sunday. Lv Weldon....l2 3'pm 5 43 pra 6 40 art Ar Rocky Mt,. 1 50 pm 6 3o pm 7 47 tc Ar Tarboro . . .2 13 pin '. Lv Tarbcro. . .12 58 psa 6 CO pm Ar Wilson 2 lb pm 7 00 pm 8 17 mt Lv Wilson .. .2 80pra Ar Selma ; . 3 SO pm Ar Faye teville 5 30 pm Lv Goldsboro.. 3 15 pm 7 40 pm 9 00 B Lv Warsaw 4 14 pm . . . 10 00 am LvMagnoiia...4 27pm 8 40 pra 10 14 hvc Ar Wilmington 6 OU pm 9 55 pm 11 45 arc TRAINS GOING WORTH. No. 40 No. 14. No. 78. Daily ex u&uj. uaiiy. bun day. 2 10 am 9 15 am 4 00 pm 8 37 am 10 57 am 5 40 pm 11 11 am 5 55 pm 4 31 am 12 05 pm 6 56 pra 9 10am ....... 1108 am 12 10 pm 12 68 pm 743 pre 1 30 pm 8 21 pn 2 18 pm 12 58 pm 2 55 pm 9 35 pa TELEPHONES. For Electric Telephones for private pur-, poses, write to the Southern Bell Tele hone and Telegraph Company, C. E. McCLUER. District Supt. mrG-lm Richmond, Va. A LEIGH AND ACQUHTA Alii-LI Ml R R. In effect Sunday, Oct. 25, 1891, GO ISO SOUTH, No. 41. No. 6 Paesen-er Freight & & Mail. Passenger. Lv Kaleigh 400pm 6 30 am Oarv. 4 19 &lerry Oaks 4 54 8 36 Honcure 5 05 9 00 Sanlord . . 5 28 11 20 Cameron .r. 6 54 p m 12 tO BoutL'n linen 6 21 2 40 p u Aberdeen 6 31 3 10 Ar Hamlet 7 20 5 00 Lv Hamlet 7 40 p m Gbio 8 00 Ar Gibson 8 18 p m 5 14 am 5 37 am "6 30am vote against free 0.) 67 11 tiny. Republican free silver maj ority against Tin; attention of our readers was recently directed to the fact, that if the government win to purchase the rail roads it would entail a debt so large as to require '270 years to pay it. North Carolina would, of course, have to pay her share, which, in round numbers. ould amount to about $170,000,000, This is about the assessed value of all the land in the State, and shows thai to undertake to buy the railroad? would cover with a mortgage every foot of land in Xorth Carolina to its The naval authorities, always cour . ii ituus, were especially so on tnis occa sion, and Governor Holt appears to have impressed, most favorably, all who met him. inr ACT AND VOTE TOGETHER. Since the war the two great oppos- political parties have been the Democratic and Republican. A new element has now entered into politics, and- wrtien must be taken into account when considering the political forces whose influence will largely determine the result of the election this year. This new element is the Alliance. It was called into existence by the unfair and oppressive legislation of the Re publican party, and it has developed into formidable proportions under the full valu-. Hut can the government!- . " " force any of Its citizens to sell their DISSOLUTION NOTICE -The part nership heretofore existing between John U. Smith & George Oveaker, doing business in Raleigh and HiUsboro, under the firm name of John U. Smith & Ho., has this day been dissolved by mutual consent The business in Raleigh will hereafter be carried on by John LT. Smith, and the business at Hillsboro bv George Overaker. Parties indebted to the Raleigh branch will pay Mr. Smith, these indebted to the Hillsboro br.iuch will pay Mr. Overaker. I returi ; anks to the people of Raleigh for past ; at ronage and hope by strict at tention t business to merit a continuance of the same. Very Respectfully, rarlStf JOHN U. SMITH. North Carolina, Wakb County, Magistrate' Court, i Dr. John H. Crawford vs. T. P. Bishop. Summons in this case having been issued, for the defendant, T. B. Bishop to appear at the office of W. Whitafeer. J. P., on the 8th Marcl, 1892, to answer to complaint of the plddntirT against him for the non-pajment of $17 for house rent, and tie summons hav ing been returned marked, "Defendant not to be found left the State." The plaintiff took out an attachment against the goods and chattle3 of sai defendant Bishop, and said attachment has been returned to this office as Execnitt. Notice is hereby given said defend ant, T. P., Bi& hop. thataid attachment will come up lor a tearing at my office in the citv of Raleigh, on the 0th day of April, 1892, at 12 m., where he is re quired to appear and answer or demur to said complaint of plaintiff, or juris meat will be rendered in favor of plain tiff according to said complaint, and for cost, ar;d the go.d-i attached fold to the highest bidder for cash, to satisfy plaintiff's account and for cost. Given tm tn March. 18'.. WESLEY WHITAKER, J. P. mr 10-oaw 5w. Lv Wilmington Lv Magnolia . . Lv Warsaw . . . Ar Golds twro. . Lv Fayetteville Lvtielma....... Ar Wilson Lv Wiian .... Ar R'y Mount.. Ar Tarboro Lv Tarboro . . . ArWldon (35 am lkilv AVAonf dimotr No 15, Southbound leaves Weldon daily at 11:00 p. m. arriving at Wil mington 3:45 a. m. No. 00, Northbound, daily, leaves Wiimmgton at 5:31 p m., arriving at Weldon 10:50 p. m. Trains on Scotland Neck Branch Hoad leave Weldon 4:00 p m, Halifax, 4;22m; arrive Scotland Neck at 5:15 p'.m, Greenville 6:52 pm; Kineton 8:00 P ru. Returning leaves Kineton 7:10 a m, Greenville 8:25 a m. Arriving Halifax at 11:00 a m, Weldon 11:25 a m, daily except Sundav. Lco;il Frf?gh train leaves Weldon Monday, Wednesday and Friday at l;J:l5a m, arriving Scotland Neck t:05 a m, Greenville 6:30 p ra, Kineton 7:40 p ro. Returning leaves Kinston at 7:0 a m, Greenville i:o5 a m, Scotland .ec-k 2:20 p m, arriving Weldon 5:15 p m. daily exeept Sunday. Train leaves Tarboro. N. C, via Al bemarle & Raleigh R. R., daily, except Sunday, 4:40 p m., Sunday 3:00 p m: arrive Willi amatont N. C. 7:18 p m 4:20 p m, Plymouth 8:30 p m, 5-2C p m. Returning leaves Plvmcuth daily, except Sunday, 6:00 a rh, Sun day i:00 a m. Williainston. N. C, 7:30 a m, 9:5S a m. Arriving Tarboro 10:40 a m, 11:0 a m. Train on Midland. OOtSQ WORTH. No. 38. Passenger & Mail. Lv Gibson 7 00 .m. Ghio.... 7 18 Ar Hamlet. . 7 38 Lv Hamlet 8 00 Aberdeen 8 49 No. 4. freight Pasaoiijre 5 00m 7 25 7 47 8 55 10 45 p m 12 12 30 2 10 2 45 fcjuut'rn lines ... 8 58 Cameron 9 26 Sanlord j 62 ioiicarfc 10 16 Mj.rvane. 10 28" Cry. 11 01 ta.iei?h 11 20 a m PITTSBORO ROAD Leave PittsboroiO 25 a. m. and 5 10 p n. Arrive Moncure 9.55 a. m. and 3 45 p m. Leave Mod cure 11:10 a.m. and 5:55 p m. Arri. Pittsbnro 9:10 a. m.. and 3:00 p ra. J. C. WINDER, GenT Manager. L. T. MYERS, Gen'l Supt. WM.. 8MITH. Supt. 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. ra. Arrive Cartha;e 10:10 a. m.and6:S5p.ri W. C. PETTY, Manager RICHMOND & DANVILLE KAlL ROAD COMPANY, Condense-1 Schedule in Effect January 17, 1893 SOUTHBOUND. DAILY. No. 9. No. 11. Lv. Richmond 3 00 pm 3 20 am " Burkeville 5 06 pm 5 03 am " Keysville 5 44 pm 5 44 am Ar. Danville 8 00 pm 8 05 am ANT1 CEPH ALALG1H E. Does your head ever ache'and fei-1 dull and heavy? Anticcphalnlgine will lighten the burden. Does your head ever ache attended with nervousness and sleeplessness? Anticephalgine will relieve the ache, quiet the nerves, give you sweet leep and a fresh awakenmgin the morning. There is no morphine in Anticerli- algine, in fact no opiate of any kind, nor chloral nor anything that your physician would hesitae to prescribe for you the combination is wnat niase AnticeDhalaldne such a wonderful - - 1 j remedy in headache and neuralgia- and everv doctor that has seen the formula pronounces it 'a happy com binatibn," and if you will try it you will be surprised to know how bappilj it effects a cure in all case of headache and neuralgia. Ask your druggist, am if he does not keep it, send 30 or 6 cents to Jas. 1. Johnson, Raleigh, N CM for a bottle. CAPE FEAR At YA1II4IK VAI I P RAILWAY COMPANY. OOSDEKSED 8CHEDUIJC. In effect March 2)d, H9i NORTH BOUND. ICE! On ani afer lh v:h HYGIA'M PL TK H E ; TUUIVG CO. ofTor lor e:ed from our m- , 10.1 pound ice for V , t - 4 i it it " Terms strictly cash oa deli'. mai-4 eod '-.u 5oo Vehicles Wafers ;j: We hav !n our Repoit-: . , ine of Vehicle knd the tr-t . . ..:." of rnrm M hkoii in ihe oui1. die no hing kut what we chu v.. ' tee. We have " " - aursniE?, CAUHFAGES, HOA1) C'AliT t prices ro suit everybcxlv 110 to f7.: Buggies l.it to t wair-"u to : IK't-tor to l7-: Carriages fiuito f. gn". : We will du;i; prices vi;h fre'ght added. a-l!,e or write t.r cut a: j We carry a cooti let line o: 1 Lv Wilmington.' Ar Faye'ille. . Lv Faye'oville . . Lv Sanford Ar Greensboro Lv Greensboro. . Lv Walnut Cove Ar Mt. Airy Lv Bennetts ville. . . Lv Maxton. Daily ex Daily ex Hun day. Hnuoay So. 2. fco. 4 .. 9 50 Jim . . . 1 55 pm ... 3(o pm ... 4 25 pm 6 5o pm . .. 7 t5 pm . . . 9 00 nm ..11 15 pra 12 40 pui 1 27 pm Dai! j t No leaves Goul:boro. N. C N. DISSOLUTION NOTICE property? When it established such a principle it would immediately change from a Republic to h Despotism, and no one would then be safe. We are indebted to State Auditor Sanderlinfor a copy of his report for the fiscal year ending November 30, 1891. The financial condition of the State is thus presented: The balance -in the hands of the State Treasurer, after accounting for outstanding war rants and accounts remaining uncol lected at the close of the year, is, of the general fund, $151,138.67; and of the educational fu-.d, $lo,f01 .03. against $137,352.31, and $26 334.30, respectively for the previous ear. The Auditor states that the disburse- ment tor tne L.uucationai runa was principally for the purchase of North Carolina bonds by the State llpard of Education as an investment of said fund. The receipts and disbursements of the public fund are represented as not above the average. We will have occasion to refer to Auditor Sander lin's interesting report again. is the legislation of the country, to afford the relief so long needed and justly demanded. The Alliance element composed country, tion for favored of the legisla- not far- has the of the farmers and Republican twenty years the " interests of mers. It has ben opposed to their interests, and it is the unfriendlv policy of the Republican nartv that has uni- i ted the farmers and developed an agri cultural movement such as this country has never before witnessed. j. ne uemocratic party occupies a ravorable position towards the Alll ance. It recognizes the justice of the demands made by the farmers. It can say that for years it has made similar demands, and, with equal earnestness, insisted that they should be heeded. And with the strictest consistency the Democratic and Alliance elements can act and vote together, because, in every essential particular, the same princi ples underly and give vitality to both. The copartnership heretofore existing between W. H. Kine and Jas. W. McGee, Jr , doiner a drue business under the firm name of Kins & McGee is tlrs day dis solved by mutual consent. All accounts due King Metier are to be paid to Jas. W. McGee, Jr., and alt de mands in the said partnership are to be assumed and paid by him. W H. KING, J A:?. W. McGEE, Jk. In withdrawing from the firm with which I have been connected for the past three and a half 'sears, I wish to thank mv friends for their generous patronage ho t rust they will show my successor the same kind censidera ion W. H. KTNG. Having purchased the interest of Mr. King in the above business I will continue the businpss at the same stand, where at a 1 times can be found drugs, ctemica1?, &c- of the stiict est purity, Mr. Wm. Simpson, so iong connected with the drng trade in the city wiil still h-ve cnarge of the Prescription Depart ment. Tnanking the public for past pat ronage and soliciting a continuance of the same. Very respectfully, JAS. W. McGEE, JR. G Nobth Carolina, i Superior Coat.yTern WakeC"TJTY. X 1892. W. Cole, Plaintiff) Publication of Ne va V tice of Action f or Sabah Cole. ) Divorce. The defendant Sarah Cole will taks no tice that tbe above entxt'ed action has been commenced against he' for the purpote of obtaining a divorce trom the bonds oi matrimony and the defendant is rf quired to appear and answer or dem&r to thf complaint which has been riled in tho office ot tbe Clerk ot the eaid court. This February 20th, 1832. JOHN W. THOMPSON. Clork Supeiic Court. Peeie & Maynard, Attornevs for Plaintiff feb2l-6w. Congressman Lawson, who repre sents the 8th District of Georgia through a Farmers' Alliance nomina tion, and who is an enthusiastic mem ber of that organization, has written the following letter in reply to an in quiry as to how he stood in regard to the Third party: "While I do not question the since rity of our friends of the Third party 1 cannot avoid the conviction that they may postpone for years the relief which they seek by crippling the only party through which that relief can come. ' Hut, let m- ask, what harm has that party ever done them? Every intelli gent person will admit that the liepub lican party has done them much, harm and has attempted greater harm. "Every candid man will admit also that the Democratic party has done him no harm, but, on the contrary, has done much good in repairing the evils of reconstruction, in assuring the dom i nance of the Anglo-Saxon race, in re ducing the expenses of government, in subordinating military to civil law, in reducing taxation by their persistent opposition to its increase, In restoring everywhere an orderly and tranqui civil administration, and in proving the incalculable dangers of two attempted force bills. "These achievements. ought to com mend the Democratic party to the ear nest support of every Southern man.' THE UNITED STATES SENATE AS REPRESENTATIVE BODY. The strongest argument we have yet seen advanced in favor of electing United States Senators by a direct vote of the people, is presented by the following table, showing the population of twenty States, and the politics of their representatives in the Senate. fhe table is taken from the New Tori Evening Post, and the States are given n parallel lines according to political complexion: C, Branch Sunday, G. K) a m, arrive Smithfieid, f C, 7:30 a m. ' Returning lsaves Smit,:i. field, N. (J., 8:00 a ni; arrive Goldsboro N. C, 9:30 a in. Train en Nashville Branch leaves Rocky Mount at 5:15 p m, arrives at Nashvitlp 5:55 p m, Spring Hope 6:30 pm. Recurring leaves Spring Hope 8:00 a id, Nashville S:j3 am; arrive Rocky Mount 9:15 a ra, daily, excepi Sunday, Train on Clinton Branch leaves Wir saw tor Clinton daily, excent Sunday, at 6:00 p m aud 11:15 a m. 'Returcinc leaves Clinton at 8:20 a m and 6:10 p ni. connecting at Warsaw with Nos. 41, 4 23 and 78. Southbound Train on Wilson and Favetteville Brancb is No. 51. North bound i? No. 50. Daily, except Sun day. Traits No. 27 South, and 14 North, wiil stop only at iioeky ulount, Wilson. Gold.-sboro and M agnoiia-. Train No. 73 irafces close connection at Weldon for all points north daily, all rail via Richmond..,and daily except Sund-y vK Bay Line, aLo at Rocky Moant daily except Sunday, with Nor folk and Carolina Railroad for Norfolk and all points north via Norfolk. FROM THE SOUTH TO FLOUIDA. Special Service for Tonri.-t Travel The Finest Traits in the World. OaJanuary4tn, 18i2, the Atlantic Coast Line wil; put on another through tram from ew York to Florida, leaving New York at 9:30 a ni, arriving at Jacksonville 7!C0 p m next day (only one' niht out,) making three through last trains per day, with through Tuliman Fa'ac Sleeping Cars from Boeton to Jack sonville; N. Y. to Tampa and Port Tampa, alongside etearmr for Cuba; New York to Jacksonville; Nevr York to Savannah. On January 18th the magnificent "New York and Florida Hpeial,'- running through to St lugutjline, Fla, will also be artdecl, -making m all twenty-four trains each way per week, tte mos". complete se vice ever offered t Wilmington, Char leston. Savannah Florida s.nd t,uba. The equipment and general character of train service over tlva line is equalled by. few and excelled by none, while the "Flor ida Soecial" is without doubt the finest train iu tho world. The beiutiful drawing-room cars, the "Ideal" and "Superb" will asherttolore, form part cf the equip ment f thoso trains. They aie the only complete drawing-room cars ever buiit, nd are run esclu-iively over "toe Atlantic Coast Line, This li;e ;s so situated that two hours south ot liichmond tourists encounter tte innueijio1 of tut- Guit Stream, and a.11 con aitions which constitute the gecial and balmy So -them climate, making it the natural as well as the thortest and most popular xoute from the North to Florida. JOHN F. DIVINE, Ger.'l Supt. J. 11. KENLY, enl Man. T. M. FMFiRSON, Traffic Manaser. JORFOLK AND CAROLINA R ML- ROAD. Condensed Schedule. Daily, Except Sunday-In effect October 3, lsoi. Greensboro. Lv. Goldsboro Ar. Raleigh Lv. Raleigh.. " Durham Ar. Greensboro Lv. Winston-Salem. " Greensboro kr. Salisbury A.r. Statesville " Asheville Hot Springs Lv. Salisbury Ar, Charlotte Spartanburg, . . Greenville it 1015 pm 1012 am I 12 15 pm tl 35 pm ! 1 55 pm 5 45 prr J (1 25 pm 3 C5 am i 7 44 pm 5 07 am : 10 15 pm 9 40 am t8 40 pm 8 50 am i 10 25 prnflO 20 am j 12 18 am 1157 am j 1 52 am 1 09 pm 6 55 am 5 59 piE ! 8 56 am 7 44 pm j 12 2S am12 05 pm 2 00 am X 30 pm j b 00 am 4 27 pm 6 10 an. 5 34 pie AJ t ayettevilie 2 7 pra Lv Kamseur.. .. 7 V5 n Kr Greensboro. . 10 r. ,c Greensboro 10 S ir Madison . 1 05 pc 60CTH B0U5P. l u.ily ex Daily ex Sunday. Nnruiv. " Atlanta 12 20 pm 11 45 pm Lv. Charlotte 2 10 am 1 50 pi Ar. Columbia 6 07 am 5 50 pn: " Aujjusta 9 30 am 9 15 pn NORTHBOUND DAILY. No. 10. Lv. Augusta 7 00 pm " Columbia 10 50 pm A.r. Char! otte 3 05 am Lv. Atlanta 8 50 pm Ar. Charlotte 6 40 am Lv. Charlotte 7 00 am Ar. Salisbury 8 27 am r ,v Hnt. Snnnrra S 99 nm 5 22 pm 2 40 am . . . 7 07 am , . . 8 00 am .. 8 37am ... 10 20 am ...11 40 am ..10 30 am ... 12 32 pm , . . 1 25 pm .. 130pm , . . 3 05 pm ...10 30am . .. 1210pm 2 52 pm No. li 1 00 pn 4 10 prr 8 00 pn y OOpu. 7 50 pm 8 20 pm 9 45 pu: 12 39 pn. 4 25 pm 9 17 pm 10 12 pm 9 55 pi 11 28 arr tl 18 anc 12 01 am 4 20 am 7 00 am t8 45 arr. 12 28 pn. ll 38 pm 1 10 am 4 15 am 4 57 an 7 15 an LvMt. Airy Lv Walrut Cove. Ar Greenstoro.. Lv Greeuaboro. . Lv Sanlord Ax Fayette ville... Lv Fayetteville . . . ar Wilmington . . , Lv Fayettevillf .... Lv Maxt n Ar iien'ttsville . Lv Madison 4r Greensbor.. . . . No. 1. C 00 tin . S l am . .10(H) am ..10 3) am ..lii'i pm . . 2 0;! pm 3 01 pm 7 (5 pm No. 8. No. r. 2 11 pm 3 32 pm 4 22 pm 2 45 pn 4 55 pa N' Republican Democratic. IcUho, Montana, Nevada, N Dakota, 182 425 Vyoming, 6'589 ermont, 3S2 2J5 Oregon, 312 490 Rhode Island, 345,343 N. Hamp., 375,827 Washington, 347,516 84.2291 Florida, 1H1.7H 44 3i7 800.435 VV. Virginia, 7t0,448 Marylana, 1,040,431 Loustana, l,li6 828 S. Carolina, 1,147.161 Arka sas, l,125,3s5 Missiscippi, 1.24,887 Alabama, 1 50S,o73 New Jersey, 1.441,017 N. Carolina, 1,(517,340 THE VA.HINGTOV LIFE WSUR ance C upany of New York. Con densed St -o en c. January 1, '92. Assets, $11,459,638. ReseTve.l f-ir policies,, N. Y. standard 4 jer cent., and all Liabilities, 11,032.520 25:New lDsurance,189t, 11.769,691; Outstandi! g Insurance. 50,586,622; Paid Policy-Holders in 1891, 1,447,000 45; Pa;d Policy-holders since Organization, 20.H35, 554.95; Income. 1891, 2,684,4.35.54. For infor mation regarding policies or application for agencies, address, SAM'L L. ADAMS, fe2 Durham, N. C. A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Hav xjL inghisday qualified as administra tor of W S. JV fixes s, laie of eus& River Township, Wake county, I give no- I tice to the creflitors of his estate to pre-1 seut their claims tome. I also give notice t to all indebted to said estate to p.otiir for-! ward and settle with me at Mill brook, N. Arr:va oreeus!)oro, N CIO i o p m C, on or belora the 25th day of March, 1S93. R. W. JEFFREYS, Adm'r of W. A. Jeffreys. ISO i01. I Mo 113 Leave NorfoIk,Va, Com pay; wxi.tr f, &i ioo oi Mtdiews sr, -j Arrive uff :r, , Va I irt iv Tartoio. N'. C. . . h rri ve ltocky Mount, N C j A. rivo I'a e ttt vi le, N Arrive Goldfboro, N C. Arrive Selr.'.a Arrive Balejg', NO ... 9 30 a m 10 '27 a m i2 53 p m 1 Z r. m 5 30 j m 3 1 1 p m 3 30 p m 4 48 p m Maveh 25. 1892. oap 6w VjCWARRHASSTHS N, CONSUMPTION Ml bronchitis NE rENT Arrive Atheville, N C Arrive - h'ariotte, N C. . Arrive Wi mington, N C Arrive Columb a, 8 C. -Arrive Churl, ston. S C Arrive Savannah Ga. . . Arrive Jackao!jviile,Fla arrive Augusta, Ga. (cit t me) . . . . o io a m vs 10 a to 6 00 p m R J5 a m 5 00am li 4i a m 12 00 m 9 17 a m 2 45 p m 3 3'j p m 6 0!) p m 6 2 p m " Asheville " Statesville Ar. Salisbury Lv. Salisbury Ar. Greensboro Ax. Winston-Salem Lv. Greensboro Ar. Durham " Raleigh Lv. Raleigh Ar. Goldsboro Lv. Greensboro Ar. Danville BuikeviUe ; : 3 36 pm Richmond. . .'. 5 30 pm tDaily except Sunday. Daily. BETWEEN West Point and Richmond. Leave West Point 7.50 a m daily and 8.50 a m daily except Sunday and Monday; ar rive Richmond 9.10 and 10.40 a m. Return ing leave Richmond 3.10 p m and 4.40 p m daily except Sunday; arrive West Poim 5.00 and 6.00 p m. Between Ricbmond and Raleigh, via Kevsville. Leave Richmond 3.00 p m daily; leavt i Keysville 6.00 p m; arrive Oxford 8.03 p m: Henderson 9.0o p m; Durham 9.3o p m; Raleigh 10.48 p m. Returning leave Raleigh 9.15 a m, daily, Durham 10 25 a m; Hender son 10.05 am; Oxford 11.45 a m; arrive Keys ville 2.00 p m; Richmond 5.30 p m. Through coch between Richmond and Raleigh. Mixed train leaves Keysville daily except Sunday 9. 10 a m; arrives Durham 6.20 p m Leaves Durham 7.15 a m daily except Sunf day: arrives Oxi'ord 9.10 a m. Leaves Dur ham 7.50 p m daily except Sunday; arrives Keysville 2.10 a m. Leaves Oxford 3.00 a m daily except Sunday; arrives Durham. 5.00 a m. Additional trains leave Oxford daily ex cept Sunday 11.50 a m; arrive Henderson I2.4o p nl. Returning leave Henderson 6.30 and 9.40pm daily exctpt Sunday, errive 0xford,7.35 and 10.45 p. m. " Washington and Southwestern - Vesti bule Limited operated between Washin ton and Atlanta daily, leaves Washington 11.00 p. m. Danville 5.50 a. m. Greensboro j 7.10 a. m., Sa'isbuiy 8.28 a. m. Charlotte 9.45 a. m.. arrive? Atlanta 5.05 p. m. Re turning, leave Atlanta 1.25 p. m.. Char lotte 9.20 p. in., Salisbury 10.29 p.m. Greens boi o 11.54 p. m ; arrives Danville 1.20 a.m.: Lynchburg 3.35 a. m., Washington 8.38 a. m. Through Pullman Sleeker, New York to New Orleans, alsobotween Washington and Memphis, vi Atlanta and Birming ham. No. 9, leaving Goldsboro 2.15 p. m. and Raleigh 6.40 p. m. daily makes connection1 Lv Greensboro ... 5 15 pit .t rawenr 8 10 pr Jo 12 Leave Greensboro at 10 10 a m. Wal nut cove l.oa p in and arrive Ml Airy 5 55. Noll Leave Benntttsville t 1 Hi a ui. Max- iuu in i;u nme ax x ayettevii.o y.oo a m. o HLcav3 Mt Airy at 2 l'lp ro, Walnut -ove6.15 p m and ariive at Grerntl-oio at y.tpm. Ao li l,exe Fayetteville at 10 15 a m Max ton 4.30 pm and trnve iiernetteviile at 7 05 pm. WE KYLE, Gen'l PaA-ncgcf Av-'i? . Yancey & Strcnach. A;-nts Tennessee aui a.'. Waiion No-. ;r,-.i. :r: and 32:5 W'.'.in;-..:, . fc23 tl nuus 9? aod M A QIICK AN 'I IV rJ Hstori-r ior, and t 2itiinl'fiet-!L lohilitv h::1 it v known A V Invitzurator. harmless. 1'''. nihil. U, f- t, r i lar fret. I ' : CATON, Box v Mas ..v J. . NOTICE. Notice is hen by piveu ti it . nenship Jatelv Mib-i-tin . Thomas I . Kb -ihardt "d Pescud, v.uder th tirm if . 6c I'tfcu-I is d'fcsolvM in nil... . , sent, th .-a:d IVscut nir. p.i.,r. terest jf e said Kberh-rdt. All dt!rs owii g t j the p. are to le rce'v'd by the vt:.! . Pecul. ;iiul a'l demands : P:ii:nr.hip are Hismiwl bv ai.-l pr--tuttd to him lor pa n-.-n. T L kkkimi.m:-: THOMAS l'K. i Dated, March 19, lxrj. Mr Thomjv Pescud will .,.: General Jrcer5- busine.. a: . commend him to my friend patronage. T. Ij. FKKKII . . :; I shall continue the Gei. r... -r Bnplnessat the thine plat-4; nd . pub'H-ior their co:itmr'i phii mr 2f tf THOMAS I K- r LEIGH AND GAST(.N I V in eaoot bunuay, January 10 lULflOA: 18i2 TltAI8 MOVIO OB'rb QPOT n lull ! i t tt 0 Paid Free SH Lv KaleigL Mill Brook - Wake Forest Franklinton Kittrel'e Henderon.. Warren Pi&ine. . . MacoL ir Weldon. TllAINS So. Si. .. 5 00 pm . . 5 15 pm . . 5 38 pm 58 pm 6 15 vm . . 6 SO pm 7 o. pm 7 Hpra 8 15 pm No rase. 1 Mai.' Dt: r ex. Sux 11 25 as 11 40 an !2 VI J.U 12 28 i n 12 43 pm 12 6flpx 1 89 pm 1 47 p J 4Srr MOVING SOUTH. .No. 41. Pasa. and Mail Daiij ex. Sun. Lv Weldonr 12 SO pra Macon . 1 SO pm Warren Plaiae 1 c9 pm Henderson 2 18 pm Kittrell 84 pm Franklinton . 2 61 pm Wake Forest g 15 pm Mill Brook t 40 pm Kr Haleigh 3 55 pm LOD1SBUKG P.MLBOAD. Leaves Louisborg at 8:00 . m., 11.30 ioo 6:00 p m. Arrivea at Franklinton at 8.3; a n, 12X5 I m. and 5:35 p m. Leave? Krankhnton at 6.05 p ra. 3.00 tv i:2U a m. Arrives t Jxtrneburg at 6.4i tn. adg y: .u a m. JOHN V,. ViTNDF.lt, Oen'J Mutftr L. T. MYERrt, Gen'l ts ipt. No 45. Dkilv Put 7 l") at 8 01 an 8 f'9 an 8 43 an 8 1 9 an 9 J6 an 9 36 an 9 f8&n 10 V- an a m v p m :35 j on Board 4) ANY DEPOT IN IVoi'tli Jniliii;i -FOR- EGGS, IJKESW AX, ItACS, Fill IT, I tilt I' runs, and it mm AND- ALL' COUNTRY PRODI BY John J. Phoenix. ) Successor t Iloti'ton V WHOLESALE PRODUCE DEALEf i 210. 212, 214 and 210 Son; a ! M - S GUEKNSBOKO. N. C J Atlantic & North Carolina 1 1 Time Table No. 22. PASSENGEIi TRAINS, DAILY. 7 40 p m 9 55 p m leaving at 7.50 p. fcr Oxford and 2,218.720', 11,432,005 It will be seen1 that the Democratic Senators represent five times the pop ulation ot the Republican Senators. "If the population of this State be multi plied by two the result will show that tbre are twenty Republican Senators in the Senate representing a popula tion not twice as large as the popula- j tion of North Carolina, represented by two Senators only. The two Senators from Texas " represent more people than are represented by the twenty Republican Senators from the Repub- is all it will c &t you to learn how yon may pos itively and promptly cure Catarrh Asthma. Hay Fever, Bronchitis La Grippe and Con sumption.- From the same source you may learn a perfecc and pleasant rem edy for Indigestion, Constipation, and Mental and Physical prostration. Do you want this valuable informntion ? Simply buy a postal card and send your name to the undersigned at either addiess gien, and a Manual of Specific ! Oxygen, giving full information to- i gether with testimony of many won ! derful cures, will be promptly mailed j you. . Specific Oxygen is not a patent med Icine. ! It is an honest home treatment. 1 It is the only medicated Oxygen. , Separate specifics for Catarrh and j Hay Fever. j It is prescribed by physicians ; It is recommended by thousand . ! Write formanuelat once. Address j THE SPECIFIC OXYGEN CO, Nashville, Tenn. ! Or:510Sheely Bl'dg, Omaha, Neb.; 4121 Inter-Ocean Bl'dg. Chicago, 111.; 34 W. Alabama St., Atlanta, Ga.; 429 E Broadway, Louisville, Ky. N C, w.th CoTinects t -'euji , a"dDnvi le road cacl Pull'i an Palace JbuS'et Sleepi g Cars vi i AUan.io Coast Lu e, bo. ky Mount, N C, to j J 1 ckr-nvii:e, Fl , and C::ariest:n, S C, and f om WiImiDRion, - C, to Augura. Ga. j Connects at Kocky Monut rith Atlantic ! Coafct lu.e trams, both jSorthbouad and Southbound. orthboand trains anie at Norfolk at 10: Q a in and 5:")0 p m. Hagage checked atcompaaj'a ticket office on th'i- Norfolk whaii', Fcr fuith-sr intormar on applv to JAMES F MAUPIN, Goneiai for warding ATre't. T, iMEIi UN, General Freight ar.d t as entrer Aceut. O. M. bEBPELL. Gtnerat ilar?t?r Twin Guy Standi Works STENCILS, RUCHES STAMPS, CHECK:?,-&c., Manuf actured to Order S. B TURNER & CO Si Water St.. Norfolk, Va. PO Box 134. - no-3-ly i at Durham with No. 40. j m. daily except Sunday ! Keysville. j Nos. 9 and 12 connect at Richmond from and to West Point and Baltimore daily ex I cept Sunday. ! SLEEPING-CAR , SERVICE i On trains 9 and 10, Pullman Buffett Sleeper between Atlanta and New York; : between Danville and Augusta, andGreens- bore (via Asheville and Knoxville, Tenn. On 11 and 12, Pullman Bnfleu S eeper . betwn Richmond and Danville, Raleigh I and Greensboro, ami Pullman Buffett I Sleepers between New York. Washington Richmond j and Knoxville via Danville, Salisbury and Asnevixie, ano .f unman sleepers between Washington and Augusta. la. BERKLEY, Superintendent. Richmond, Va. W. A. TURK, A. G P. A., Charlotte, N. C. W. H. GREEN, General Manager, Atlanta, G. J hii. L. TAYLOa, Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Atlanta, Ga SOL. HAAS, Traffic Manager, Atlanta, Ga . 51 EAST. AR. LV. ; p.m. p m. 3 30 3 53 3 56 I 4 06 4 09 I 4 21 4 25 4 40 5 55 5 05 5 19 5 35 5 41 608 6 39 6 44 fi 56 716 7 24 7 28 7 43 750 50 WEST. STATIONS. LV. a.m AH. a m. 11 30 10 30 10 43 10 22 10"2t ....Goldsboro.... Best's LaGrange ..Falling Creek. Klnston Caswell Dover ...Core Creek... ....Tu: carora . .. Clark's..... ...New Btrne... Riverdale.... Crca'an Havelock Newport ... Wild wood.... .... Atlantic, .Morehead City. ..Atlantic City.. Morehead Depot MIXED FREIGHT AND PASSEN'kR TP. S INS 1 EAST. 6 39 644 656 7 15 7 24 728 7 38 7 45 753 1006 9 48 9 39 9 28 9 12 8 55 8 4S 8 17 7 52 7 47 7 31 7 i0 7 03 6 58 C42 10 05 9f5 9 3S 9 23 9 :9 8 5s 8 42 8 38 758 740 7 32 7 17 rm 6 53 6 4i 6 27 'a WEST. AR a.m 57 20 8 48 811 9 50 1015 1131 LV. a m. 6 30 7 0'. 7 30 7 53 8 30 8 55 1000 10 36 11 00 11 05 12 17 12 41 315 3 0 Milk Cows lor Sale. One fresh in miik, with record of IK lbs. No 1 Butter per day; milks 10j months of the of the year. One Heifer from same cow, half Jersey, due to ca ve April 24th. O'je cow with record of 4 gallons of milk per day. milks the year round. One stall-fed beef cow JOEL CURTIS, Method, N. C. f eb5-tf . ( 4 miles west of Rai eigh. ) POKINE CURES RHEUMATISM, STATIONS. ... Goldsboro ... Best's . . . LaGranee . . . ..Falling Creek . Kiuston .... Caswell. . . Dover . ..Core Creek... . . . Tu.scarora . . . Clark's ...New Berne... Riverdale .... Croaran Havelock.... Newport ... Wild wood ... .... Atlas tic .... .Morehead City. .Atl-ittic Hotel. Morehead Depot- AR. p m. 720 6 24 5 54 5 24 4 V5 4 00 3 25 2 54 2 24 2 02 10 32 9 41 9 28 8 59 8 17 800 7 47 717 7 05 LV pm 634 6I 530 500 4 05 40 8 00 2 00 200 130 9 41 9.33 904 8 02 8 5 7 52 727 710 lyOTICE. Bv Authority li pase from A if ret I j, ! . wife as rerordf-d in ho'k " i ; Regi-ter o! Deed ollie . : county, I will on Mr. day, 'Jthduyo! Apr: at 12 o clock, in , at the f. - do ir ol Wake coun ry. tr-l t t .. bidder for cah a crtain hoc sitnate on th! so-..ti;-M:-t Bloodwortb nd HMuett .-.'r part of lot No VSi in iL- "'.- citv of Ralf-igh, adjoiniiiir tii J. M. Mobie and oer: iroi.i -s reel feet and ruhs b.tt k -feet, atd is pHiticu'arly : iulhe aforef aid rnarfgaire w. n. .;jnk-. a ' mrio td-. NOTICE. B ? virtue of a ni'Ttu't- ! t ted to me by VV. vv Hoi.-v reiiitf-rnfi in book 121. Keu!t rV oJIic-of VaL. ci Saturday, the 21 :1:.y ' ; at 12 ni., bell at pubiic .. ' bon-e. in the city of ll-'..-u. ' land described in sa l rwr.'j L. K. W l .J This February 24. " -Lc CHiiURG & dckha:.; 3 37 3 42 4 48 3 50 4 08 4 13 I 5 37 4 42 j 5 5? 4 55 I 5 01 5 01 ; 5 16 5 21 5 23 5 2S 31 Tram 50 cot: sects with Wilmington & wemoD ! ratn.bonnri on b.leaung'Golds ' boro 1 1 :50 a m. and with Richmond & Dan : ville Train "Ves-, Jeaving G&ldsboro 2:00 p m ! rain 5! connects with Richmond & Dan ; ville Train, arriving at Goldsboro 2:. pm, iand with WiH.ing'on & Weldon Train i from the North at 3:10 p m. I Train 2 connects with Wilmington & ! Wei- on Through Freight Tram, leaving j Goldsboro at 8:50 p m and with R. & D : Through Freight Train, leaving Goldsboro I at 5:10 pm. 1 S. L. DILL, Strpt. EHOIJT LINE T. n.'j-:t:t AM ' Trains leave Durnain as UAii: No. 22, IxHial, h. o d No. 2. Mail and ExrTf-Ks No. 12, Mixed .' Arrive at Durbatn: No. 1, Mail and Expr. ,,: No. 21, Local, e. o d No. 11, Mixed No. lconr;t9at l)i(r:am w:tf) l: and DanvilJe trains for taM-.-r South at Deuniotcn .lunctio.'i ' tic and Danviil trail - fro:i. No. 2 Connect at J?nniMoi: with Atlantic and Lan ville r Danville. Closo connection mad" at L ' wth Richmond and DanviUf. C:. andOhio.and Norfolk and V.-r: roads, to and from r'l p':ntj N East, West aid South-wt The fhort-t and riist :irtt ... points North and Wef.t. For Information p;v fo K. C .STANAItD, Actir.-!iU-i:fi: "A" ! ol r- . c c r -f l t i ' r x - 4j:eed. Gates Des 1 -o. Gretri riilf , Send for Cataloyie "A" c