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published daily and weekly by
The Chronicle Publishing Co.
21rt Fayetteville Street,
Raleigh, North Carolina.
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T. II. JERNIGAN,
Editor.
Correspordents of the Chronicle will
pleas? bear in mind that no commauica
tioa will be published, except over the
author's real name. Brief letters on cui
utit topics will always receive attention,
and, If found available, will be used witb
the condition above named.
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WEDNESDAY, - - - May 11, 1892,
MEMORIAL DAY.
This sacred day is ever appropriate
ly oh erved by the patriotic inhabitants
ofthM city. Metropolitan hall was
crowded yesterday to hear the orator
of the occasion, lion. B. II. Hunn. Hi-subj-ct
was (Jen. Win, McUae, and tht
tribute paid by the living to the dead
Carolinian was worthy of the eminent
services rendered by him both in war
and peace. We regret not to be able to
nnhlish Congressman Hunn's speech in
r , , I
full. The
brief synopsis we give wi
H
show that it was a speech full of infor-
" ' i
matioii, and it will be of service to the
historian svlio wiites fully the history
of North Carolina. The speech was to
.,r..nw i;...l t tl.m.mhnnt.
"""""J o ' ..
during its delivery, was frequently ap-
plauded. The usual tribute of love
and admiration was rendered to the
nobU dead, and liowers plact d on their
graves by loving bands as a beautiful
attestation of gratitude to the gallant
defenders from their native State.
A MAN TO BE TRUSTED.
It appears now as if all kinds of or-
gans were endeavoring to defeat the
nomination of Gov. Holt. There is
the third party organ, the independent
organ, and the personal organ in the
West, all combined, happy in the con-
sciousness of an immensely increased
circulation, even though it may prove
ephemeral, lint the true democracy,
the true alliancemen, are standing
solid, with shoulder to sLoulder, for the
lirst farmer who has been governor ot
this Mate in forty years, and they
will not allow him to be driven from
the otlice which he has honored by his
integrity and made useful by his ability
for any man who can't tell a cotton
stalk from a corn stalk or whether
wn'ttutooi ui
planted in hills. They will see that
the man who has made a living on his
farm by attending to his business is
the man to trust with the business
affairs of the State.
YOUR WIFE SHOULD LEAVE YOU.
Again we rise to ask if there is any
use in Alliancemen "pledging them-
selves to vote for no man who does not
sianaoniueir piauorm ana men vote
with a party that does not embody them
in its platform? Don't do it. You
are no man if you lo. Your wife
should leae you for such an act, for tutional."
you are not capable of taking care of Let us look into this matter a little
her. lf ihe demo, ratio State conven- 0j f fi .lr , c
... . . ii , and ?et tue names ot the Senators
tion which meets m lialeigh on the ,
18th ignores them no true friend of re- chared . the "Th-e Farmer
form .should ote the ticket. Progress w5tn being controlled by th ; money
ire Farmer, Mag JO power to oppose a low rate of intere-ll
And so it has come to this in North Our contemporary says that to exempt
Carolina : That if a man re- certain counties would have made the
fuses to vote for the St. Louis bill unconstitutional, and to have voted
demands his wife should leave for such exemption was virtually to
him. The third party organ is vote against low interest, a vote con
indeed growing desperate when it trolled by the money power. Exam
makes such 8n appeal. It proves how ining the Senate Journal we find that
weak it is growing, since it deserted the following Senators oted for the
the alliance for the third party, and exemption:
it plays a desperate game. Hut it will Messrs. Allen, of Bladen, Ardrey,
sink as it should sink to the depths of Atwater, Avery, Jiell, Bellamy, Bryan,
political duplicity to which it would Chesson, Courts, Davis, of Haywood,
, , 4, , , , it . . . Gilman, Greene of Harnett, G-rigby,
lead the unguarded and unthinking McLarty, Mitchell, Parker!
portion of our people. The confidence Reid, Russell and Wilcox,
of the farmers has been betrayed by an Among those voting in the alficma-
' ingenious plot which has been steadily tive, the following are. alliancemen,
developing for the purpose ofdisinte- viz:
grating the democratic party. The Messrs. Allen of Bladen, Ardrey
hour has come to defeat the aims of f Mecklenburg, At water of Chatham,
the Catilines to overthrow good "ov- Bel1 of CIay (now tate lecturer of
ernracnt in North Carolina in order lLe "L"- n heS
. .(.,. ... . son of Washington, Courts or Rock
that thriftless politicians may govern inSrham. Davis of Havwon.i. fi,wu ,.f
the State. We do not believe that
the conspiracy will succeed in dictat-
ing the policy of the State convention.
DID NOT WRITE A LINE.
The truth is Col. Polk did not write Some of these alliance Senators were
or dictate a line of the editorials or then and are now officers in the alli
anything ehe in the Progressive Farmer ance, and ,be Progressive Farmer says
of the 3. lie was attending to other i, ,i . , ,
business in Washington City and didn't that theiF VteS Were contrt'lled h7 the
know any more about what would be money Power. It is well known that
in that paper than the Emperor of these Senators are men of honor and
China. Progressive Farmer, Mag 10. voted according to the wishes of their
We are gratified to learn that Col. constituents, as they understood them,
Polk had no hand in the make up of and for so doing the blind partizanship
the Progressive Farmer of last week, of the Progressive Farmer does not
The indecency of language and ab- hesitate to impute to them venal
sence of mental integrity, clearly evi-
denced by its tone, proves that it origi
nated from sources incapable of appre
ciating the respect due to a Christian
and civilized public sentiment. The
only possible excuse is the defective
constitutional make up of the authors.
INVIDIOUS COMPARISONS.
Our esteemed contemporary, the
Charlotte Observer, took occasion
several days ago to deprecate the dis
paraging references- made by certain
democratic journals to some democrats
were prominently mentioned in
connection with the eubernatorial
nomination. We heartily concur
. . !. J
wnat our contemporary fcaiu,
that
and have endeavored to live up
to that high standard of journalism.
Our contemporary correctly stated
that neither Gov. Holt nor Col. J. S.
Carr could afford to accept a nomina
tion in any way tainted w?th the sus
picion that its conferment was based
upon a mistaken merit. It was for
this reason that we frankly answered
the insinuations thrown out by the
Morganton Herald against Governor
Holt, hoping that our contemporary
would see the injustice done a good
democrat by persisting in such a policy.
Now the Marion Free Lance copies
fully from the Herald, and not only
to
does Gov. Holt an injustice, but, by
instituting a comparison between Gov.
Holt and Col. Carr, assigns to Col.
Uarr the position ot superior -merit lor
- . . , . . . rt
twining certain overtures irom me
i i . r ,i
American looacco company. e
think we know Col. Carr well enouh
appreciate the underserved position
wbi h been placed by the in-
4 , p .... . - . )
a. irienus, anu j
inai ine inwuious comparison tney
have instituted to gain an advantage
for him is in no sense in accord
with his known character. As th
Charlotte Observer well says, in sub
stance, that Col. Carr could not con
sent to reap an advantage won upon
a misapprehension of any fact connect-
ed w5th bis bus;ness career.
AVe havft all along insisted tbat
preferences for candidates ought to be
expressea without disparagements to
rival and we bave en(ieavred to ob-
serve tbis rul(J deprecating lts vIola.
ti and unwilling to have the posi-
tion of any democrat misrepresented
or misstatements made either to 'his
detriment or advantage.
ACHARGE
Refering to the vote on the interest
bill which was before the last General
Assembly, and endeavoring to ward oil'
the force of our statement that Gov.
Holt did not vote against six per cent
interest, but only to except certain
counties at me reipuesi oi the senators
representing the same, the Progressive
Farmer for this week, says:
"Any fool knows that no bill would
past that would make the interest in
one county b per cent, in another 8
per cent. A majority of those sena-
tors opposed low interest, because they
were controlled by the money power.
liut they knew it wouldn't do to go
back to their constituents wih that
recoru. ro mis "amendment was
tacked on and Gov. Holt and his crowd
voted for the amendment wh-n they
knew ii would make the bill unconsti-
Harnett, Grigsby of Ashe, McLarty of
Union, Mitchell of Caswell, Parker of
p,ate3' Ueid ot McDowell, Russell of
Durham, Wilcox ct Moore in all six
teen alliancemen.
motives. It is no more necessary for
these gentleman to repel the un
founded aspersions of this mendacious
third party organ than it is for an
honest man to answer a peraun whose
constant occupation seems to be to ct
farther and farther from truth.
THE EXTENT OF HIS OFFENSE.
Let alliance and non-alliance demo
crats remember that the third party is
ambitious of decapitating the demo
cratic party in this State, and
for this reason, more thin any
other, the d.ftat of Gov. Hoit is
sought by them. This fact alone
should cause tvery good citizen to see
such an effort was not successful.
The third party should not be allowed
dictate the ouiicv or candidates of
r
the democratic party.
WATCH THEM.
Watch your delegates. Keep a
record of who they vote for in the
county and State conventions. If they
"o wrong don't never honor them as
delegates again, nor give ther1 a chance
to hold an office. Progressive Farmer,
May 10.
And freeman are to be watched, are
they ? If the delegates to the State
convention don't vote for the St. Louis
demands they are to bo forever pro
scribed. Such arrogant presumption
merits the most summary treatment
There never was a time when the peo
pie of this State would submit to this
threat of the third party organ. Wil
they submit now ? Are they slaves
that such a hectoring policy can be
held over them with impunity? Re
sent it freeman of North Carolina.
lf y,JU feel a11 br.oke UP and out 0
sorts agnate vour liver with Simmon
Liyer Iiegul;ttor
'r ;
1 ;
at I)
'( u.U sailor
i.i'.-ui.vC'uo, l."s
: 1 oil-si-'ss, eon
i i s, ana i're-
Hi I
Oil
(J
.V-t;u-K.s vl iiiious-
uo.ss, vho;i ;i 1 av" doses oi
Simmons Liver Ilouia
Lor, taken occasionally,
would cure and prevent
them. There are also
vcrv inteuiuent reor!e
who fail to note the action
of tno .-ysiem. whether
the waste passes off
regularly, or they have
eaten something too hard
for the delicate organs of
digestion. The result is
the liver, kidneys and
bowels U;ome diseased,
the tongue coated, the
blood tainted, skin yel
lowish occasionally break
ing out with pimples.
The victims become mel
ancholy, sleepless and
lose their appetite, and so
on until his complaint is
chroaie, when they know
th u Simmons Liver Iteg
ulatoi Anil cure them.
Ta ke S : ;u rn o n s Liver
t
l!;:tor
lie Not imposed Upon!
E i am iii e to see that yon get the
G?uuiue, Distinguished from ail
frauds and mitationa by our red 2
Tradp-Jfarii. on front of Wrappe
and on the side the seal sad Janata re
of J. H. Zeilin te Co
r5Zn
is all it will cost yon tc
learn now you may pos
itively and promptly
cure Catarrh Asthma.
CATARRH ASTHM
L CONSUMPTION
Hay Fever, Bronchitis
La Grippe and Con
sumption. From the same source you
may learn a perfect and pleasant rem
edy for Indigestion, Constipation, and
Mental aad Physical prostration.
Do you want this valuable information ?
bimply buy a postal card and send
your name to the undersigned at either
e.ddies given, and a Manual of Specific
uxygen, giving mil Information to
gether w ith testimony of many won
deriul cures, will be prompt1;- mailec
you.
Specific Oxygen i3 not a patent med
icine.
It is an honest home treatment.
It is the only medicated Ox v gen.
Separate bpecifics for Catarrh an
it ay Fever.
It is prescribed by physicians.
It is recommended by thoufiaun..
Write formanuelat once. Address
rm SPECIFIC OXYGEN CO,
Nashville, Tenn.
Or: 510 Sheely Bl'dg, Ornaha, Neb.; 412
uuer-uceaii rsi'ag. unicago, 1U.; 34
v. Aiaaama at., Atiauoa, ia.; 4y Hj
oroanwav, ljOUL-'Viue. Ky.
STATE
Normal and industrial Schoo
The committee on course of study have
soggfsted the folio-wing additional chairs
for the consideration of the directors at
their meeting in Greensboro on the 20th of
May uet: Mathematics; Natural Sciences
Ancient Languages; Modern Languages
Physical Training; Voeal Music: Free
hand and Industrial Drawing; Steno
graphy, Typewriting, Telegraphy and
Hook-keeping; Domestic Science fembrac-
iog department o! cookiug, cutting, fitting
aim general nouse Keeping. )
At mat meeting applications ot special
ists will be considered, and fottp or all of
the chnirs will probably be lillnd. Salaries
have not been fixed For further particu
lars, apply to President Chas. D. Mclver,
tireensboro. N. O.
S. M. FINGER, President.
K. McK. Goodwin, Secretary.
apl7 3w
Proposals for Bid for Dormitory,
Raleigh, N. C, 'April 30, 1S92.
Seale-2 bids will be received until li m
Tuesday. May 10th, 189?, for the erection of
one Dormitory building on the grounds of
the North Carolina College cf Agriculture
and Mechanic Arts All mat rial and
labor to be furnished by contractor.
Privileges reserved ro reject any or all
bids Plans can b.? had from th under
signed. Each bidder must guarantee time
ot completion. W. S. PRIMROSE,
mp 1-tf Chm. Ex Com.
WANTED- Gentleman and wife wish
board in private family. State price
Address, "X," this office-
Mr. Warren D. Wentz
of Geneva, N. Y.,
Tells of His Fearful Sufferings After
Gastric Fever and His Cure by
Hood's Sarsaparilla
All who know Mr. W. D. Wentz
give him the best of recommendations
for honesty and integrity. For many
years he has worked for Mr. D. P. Wil
son, the harness maker and member
of the Geneva Board of Health. He says :
" I was taliea sick lasl'Oetober with gastric
faver and my chance for recovery was con
sidered almost hopeless. After 7 weeks the
fever slowly left me, but I could not eat the
simplest food without terrible distress. It
eemed that I had recovered from the fever to
D2o of Starvation
I took pepsia compounds, bismuth, charcoal,
cod liver oil and malt until my physician
confessed that his skill was about ex
hausted and he did not know what else to
try. Ev
in sr me
Eened to think 1 had pai
arsapariila that had be
en in the house for two
or three years, that I found had benefited mo
previously for dyspepsia. I began taking it
and soon began to leei netier. i navo now
taken a little over iwa Denies ana caniruui
fully say I feel well again and can eat any
thing without distressing me, even to
Pio and Choose
which I have been unable to touch for years.
The English language does not contain words
enough to permit me to express the praise
I would like to priva to Hood's Sarsaparilla."
"W. D. 'Weniz, 14i Ciistlo St., Geneva, N. Y.
A Coed Vouchor
" I have known Mr. "Warren D. "Wentz foi
many years and can vouch for him s a man
of veracity and ono Well known about here.
I have sold him several bottles of
Hood's Sarsaparilla
during the past lew months." II. II. TART
EXDUE, Druggist, Geneva, Y.
Hood's Flits curs Llvor Ills
EAK AMD UNDEVELOPED
Organs strengthened and enlarged, .
ions stopped, Lost 9faiiliool Kwliti .
varicocele, weak back, loss of memory. ;:.
nervousness' weakness ,wrI i y l!. '
'ity UometiK. ptr Vox : ;
A written p'.i'n'i t '
FIX lnes N'Tiil :-
"ITY r. .'.' '
20G rioria Soi". .
mv3-wiv.
Calckcatrr' FnlUh Diamond Rrsa.
ENNYROYAL PILLS
Urlginal nnd Only Genuine.
safe, Mtwavd reliabib. ladies ftsk
Ururgut for CnicAeolfr .'li'iiuft liia-i
moiui Brand in auJ (.' Id lui'Lailic'
:rsus. Keaiud vuli blue nlrtiou. 7 ftke
:tcrn atui imitation. At Uruzi-tts. or sotid 4m.
in taro; for part iculnrs. testimonials and
Kfiitr Ir l.llr," m Utter, by retara
r wimtt- jir.vvv n.tiii.i.rnr,. flame J'aper.
Chirk ttr Chemical Co..UadlaoB s, ..
Bold bj all Local IrukKi.v, 1'hlia.dav, Is aT
LUMBiCil WANTED,
Maple and Biic-i. also some quarter
saweu sycamore.
GATES DVSK CO.
aplO lm Greenvi:le. S. C.
HVt YEARS AGO LAST MOV
Ve opeiifd a little Racket
Store in Goldsboro, ot -2.j0
f-tock. cutting prices on every
article in our little so re. We
were vh that we were ouly
give'" f,Te monrh to dispose of
Mir ''so!d stock;" that we could
not pfll eisewuere, tre sam-j
siid here We continued to
open iir on the hWh price con
cerns with our little sharp
shoot rs Goods came every
day. We hoisted our liig with
two Lttle innocent words,
UNDERBUY
and
UNDERSELL
One price, spot cash, before de
livery. What ss the iesuir
A success in business, and to
day v e have one o'l the
LARGEST STORES
in Goldsboro. We came here
urder the sme banner Open
ed on the Dth of April, and our
success is bexond our expecta
tions by double
o
CO
CO
i2j
o
H
O
Our old friends and custom
ers are flecking to us aitd ap-p-eciate
our return to our old
home. They spend their money
with us, and promise us more
in the fall.
We thank our friends for
their kindness and we will
make effort to gie then goods
at
CO
LOWEST VALUE
CO
o
CO
If you will watch the prices. ; "
You can buy goods much : C
cheaper nov than vou did be- I h
fore we came- S e drove them j r
t ) thd
WATER MARK
i
! and they sholl never ri-e
! Space f-.iibi s quotation m
; prices. Come to tee us: that
j will settle Uie question at
tse li im mn,
86 Centre Street,
Go ebbo o, N C.
and
129 Fayetteville Street,
Eal lgh, N. C
urn
I have a positive reaiady far th cbove disease; by ha
rise thousands of cases of the worst kir.d and of long
standing have been cartti. Indeed sr ?rrf)T1(r j3 ,ny ft
ia its efficacy, th.it I will e?: ci two i::?ttll3 rr.-z w.th
a VALUABLE TREATISE on tii:i a - ;, tcV Bnf.
ferer who will send me then Ex.ires : I O. arlJress.
T. A. Slocnm, r.I. C, IG3 1'ea.rl 8t., N. .
dec6-d&w m
WALTER -Every re.uUr of the
Chronicl-? to know lhat the Zin
zndorf, Winston, N. C, thr, completest
hotel in the Stau, is now read ; to enter
tain guests E S. BOS WELL, Man t,
may 10 lot.
m
D. T. Johnson,
(AGENT.)
W nolesale Dealer Id
Lemons, Chickens,
Oranges,
Bananas,
Cabbage,
Eggs,
Butter,
Peanuts,
Selected Seed Potatoes, Etc.
Consignments solicited. Quick sale and
prompt returns, ammes suppuci. mm
bst
N. C. Hms, Sugar-Cured Hams,
E. C. Shoulders, Bacon Sides,
Best Leaf Lard, Best
Country Vinegar.
Best Fancy Patent Flour,
Water-ground bolted meal,
Sugars, Teas, Coffee,
Fresh Country Butter,
Fresh Canned Goods,
Cakes, Crackers, Etc
At Rock Bottom Prices.
YourOrders Solicited.
Prompt and Free Deliver?.
SBst 5? Cigar, Leading JSrand
Chewing Tobacco,Cut Plug Mail Pouch
"and Tar Heel Sniokinj Tobacco.
D.T. JOHNSON. Agt.,
RALEIOH, N C.
fW-d&w-tv
M. S. CLARK,
KALFICII, N. C,
IS PREPARED TO DO
SLATE ROOFING
In any portion of the State on short notice.
Charges moderate. All work guaranteed.
References given. Address for particu
lars.
M. S. CI.AItK,
P. 0. 132. Raleigh, N. C.
Thousands of dollars are annually lo.-t
by f nippers of perishable Produce through
depending on shipping on commission.
I give the reason for this: Perishable
nionuce fluctuates more than any other
article of commerce. Then tiu tuations
are sudden and attended with great loss
and the drop usually comes when you
have vour largest shipment in 'ransit.
This can all be SAVED by selling your
Produce ior
CASH
-O.B-
Six years a-zo this plan was commenced
by Houston & Bro. I was their manager
then and am now their successor in the
Produce hufciness, and shall continue this
popular way of buying. When you have
E(.GS,
CHICKENS,
DRIED FRUIT,
IJFESWAX,
RAGS,
GHEEN HIDES,
DRY HIDES.
In frtct rirything in the Produce Line,
write for price 5.
I refer by permissien to the following
promiLent firms: J. W Scott & Co , Odell
Hardw ire Co , Bank of Guilford, Ex'rx of
W. M. Houston. A line addrfssed to any
of these will establish my credit.
Very respectfully.
JoSin J. Phoenix,
Successor to Houston & Bro.,
In Produce Business,
GREENSBORO, N. C.
feb 23 3 m
TYPEWRITERS
Headquarters for (be world: 1I makes:
don't PA manufacturer's exorbitant
pnets; we ship anywhere, giving thorousb
examitation before accenting: absolutely
first-class conditiou guarant- ed; positively
an maKes at aoout or less tnan halt price;
exchangit g a specialty; instruments rent
al anywhere; largest f-tock in the world;
two entire lloors devoted exclusively to
typ; writers; tee commercial rating for our
responsibility; illustrated catalogues aud
tpecimers free
T Y PE W RITER HEADQUARTERS,
Broadway New York, ibti Monroe St,
Chicago. ap?
Did you know that one-half of the tin
rooi s in Raleigh need painting at this time
and some are being damaged by the lack
of a coat of GOOD PA INT.
I make a specialty of pair ting roofs, and
nothing but tin roofs, and use nothiLg but
the
BEST ROOF PAINT MADE.
Water Proof and Rust Proof.
I have used it more than twenty years.
All woik warranted.
J. C. S. LUMSDEN,
mr30-tf
Raleigh, N. C.
THE
QUAKER CITY
LAWN MOWER.
Ten Special Points of Merit.
Its reputation for excellence fully estab
lished in this city.
BE NOT DECEIVED
By the many poorly constructed Mowers.
IT RUNS EASY.
liiiniiiiiiH" -
A SMALL CHILD
CAN USE IT.
Send tor Circular and Special
Prices.
Ihos. H. Briggs & Sons
RALEIGH, N. C.
SOUTHERN
SHORTHAND
-AND
Business - College.
ATLANTA. GA.
Kest equip
ped Collegt
in theSoutl
Hundreds
of graduate.
in lucrativ
posit ions
Shorthand .
type-w r i t -
- v- "'
X
book-
keeping, drawing, penmanship anc
mathematics taught by experienced
teachers. Targe catalogue free.
A. C. Briscoe, Manager.
L. W. Arnold, Ass't Man.
Miss Alice Tcller, Typisti
F. A. White,
Princ'l Book-keeping Dept.
F. E. Murray,
Princ'l Telejrrapby Dept.
L. F. Hatuen,
Princ'l Drawing Dept.
9-25-tl
NEW HERRINGS.
J. R, FERRALL & CO.,
TZ'Z FAYETTKVILLE ST.
ttcnicicicniuf; icmii'xi s-.i.r.ii: ,uim
Carolina Roi and Cut Herrings direct
from the fisheries, and cau make
low trices.
A very choice lot Va Hani .
2,000 lbs line N. C. Hams.
Ferris' Pig Hams,
Smoked Heef
atd Tongue,
Orange Hraud Small Hams,
Harvey's Kiue lireakfast Bacon,
The Celebrated
Maguo'ia Hams
and Magnolia
Shoulders.
Fine Hew Crop Cuba Molasses
Direct from the Importers
Prices low and prompt de
livery of goods to all parts
of the city.
TELEPHONE 88.
FREE
TO MAGISTRATES
AND
County Officers.
Upon the receipt of name and postollire,
we will mail to aDy Magi.-trate or Cou'ity
Officer in North Carrdiu h c py f Revis
ed Fee Rill and l.it of Blanks to he
used.
EDWARDS & BROUGHTON,
Publishers,
Raleigh, X. C.
AVanted.
Salesmen on Salary or Commission,
handle the NEW PATENT CHEMICAL
INK-ERASING PENCIL. The greatest
selling novelty ever produced. Erases ink
thoroughly in two teconds; 110 abrasion o'
paper; 2K) to 500 per cent, profit. One agent's
profit amonnUd to ftfjoin eix days, an
other $12 in two hours. We want one en
ergetic teneral agent for each State and
Territory. For terms and full particulars
addres-s THE MONROE ERASER MAN
UFACTURING COMPANY, La Crosse,
Wis.. x2m. 3-2-3m.
Tj AIiEIGH AND AUGUSTA AIlUNl
li tt 11. In effect 8
Jxinday, Oct. Zi, 191,
CKii::a bocth.
No. 41.
P&seen' er
& Mail.
Lv l.aieigh 4 00 p ia
Gary 4 1!)
No. 5
FreipM 4
Pwangtr.
6 3J a d
7 ( -7
8 3G
Merry Oaks 4 51
Sloncuro
S&niord
("amer'.c
HoutL'alinea
. oerdeen. . .
Ar Hamlet . .
. 5 05 9 00
. 5 28 11
. 5 f.l p ci 12 U
6 21
a ay p ir
3 1G
5 00
m r.
6 31
7 20
7 40 p hi
8 00
8 18 p ro
nomo NOBTH
Lv Hamkt
Ohio
Ar Gibson..
No. 38. 2o. -
Passer.jrsr Kreih
& iliii. I'AfCtCjy
Lv Gibson 7 00 .n
Ohio 7 18
Ar Hamlet. 7 38
Lv Pumlet j oo 5uitc
Aberdeen 8 49 7 25
out'rn Kae 8 58 7 47
Jrioron 3 20 55
e4iora J Ui ;o 43',
ouc'e 10 V: 12 00
M rrw 1 .... i'J 26 12 83
Cr- u 01 3 10
11 20 xu 2 45
PITTSBOhO BOA.D
LaTe PittoborolO 25 a. m. and 5 10 p dj.
Arrive Moncrcre 9.55 a. m. and 3 45 p in.
Leave Moncnre ll:10a.ra. and fi:55 p ro.
Arri. Pittbo-o 9:10 a. m.. and S:O0 t ti
J. C. WINDER, Gen'l Manager.
U T. MYERS. Gen'l Supt.
OWiTUAGE BAILUOAD.
Leave Carthage 8:00 a. m. and 1:80 r m.
Arrive Cameron 8:35 a. m. and?:lf p.ta
Leave Cameron 9:25 a. m. and 6 00 p. ra.
Arrive Carta je 10:10 a. ic.and 6:35 p.ii
W. C. PETTY, Manager
VTOKFOLK AND CAROLINA HAIL
KO I).
Condensed Schkdi le.
Daily, Except Sundav In effect Octoler
:i. IS'jI.
j o i0L
Leave Norf olk.Va, Com '
pany'a wharf, at loot!
of Matthews St 1 i ;J4 a m
Arrive Suffolk, Va ilo7am
Arrive Tfcrtoro, N. C.. . il2 53 p m
2 45 p
3 3' p
6 00 p
rrive i;ocny .M"unt,N(j ; 1 a- p m
A' rive r'ay-tteville, N Oi 5 30 i m '. .
JOPL;
Arrive G ddb-ro. NC.I 3 1 d m
40 p
Arrive Neliaa Nu 3 .'if ro
Arrive lialeigh, NO .. 4 4 p tn
Arr.ve tr e'.!oro, N C,10 Ki p ra
Arrive Aenvuie, w u. . 6 15 a m
-Arrive 1 hariot'e, r C .
S rn ve Wi miiigton, N C
Arrive Cfluoib-a, HQ..
Arrive Charleston, 8 C
Arrive Havannah. Ga.
Arrive Jackiortville.FU
Arrive Augusta, Ga.
210am
6 00 p m , 9 55
615am ....
5 00am ;
6 44 am '
12 00 m ...
11-iiy i.mej 9 47 a m
JA ilS 1' MACPIN.
Guuerkl ' .-r'8 "dinj? At'er.t.
T .Ik I lElSO
G. MKEHPELU11 aBd r&9u?er A
General Manaeer.
Philadelphia, Ai-::: -.
Mr Ed. V. Demon. rt;iid: h, n .
Dear Sin: We take plr.il v
fer herewith upon yon th- f i
lege of htrtlini; our Malt L;. !)r '' r "
city of Kaleiuh, N. C. " :
Ae have no doubt that ,;r j. ,
oru regain the populuritv f.. . .1..'
j03'e1, and with lft wiit- ;,.r v, "
ce?s, we remiin. yn;:r trul
AUG. V. WoEUKKN. -tin
We concratulatt- curt-: r ...
the exclusive aceney for lu ' ,
sale of the celebrated r- ;. . t
Heers. This Iieer has re r'C-; T J '
awan'.s at the various world' I -Inst
J yers. We (onlnlly , ' :
nolsseurs of Beer tot-st iis
ED. V. DENTON
aps-lm
A ...
;T0 THE PUBLIC
We c:xn Mipply U'idhr vlir
a! (
FURNISH
Vour hou.-e or adorn jor ; -
DIAMONDS
and Jewel r . ' -m.. v, ,:i .
WATCH 1
VERY CHEAP
15 to T. rT cent rnlt-r r. t :
y
r.,mJ-c tol ;-ru,.-K
For furt her p irtkulai . -H
rtatiltl I mi iUttmtut mum ,
lit'
Fay. !! !!, s:r.,,t
lial.-i.-l. N.'(
AC.KXT.SlVATM.-ifc.-h
. (ivnerit l.cs UUIie.'rarv
TANSY -- pILLS
Dr. Caton'.-i lifliahij. iw..,,
prompt and edectoal. Ti
auteed woman'o 'ilv.Hnm.
sent direct, sealed; idv.ce
F CATON, l'rostou, M.
oct2WlvVwly
Twin Gliy stencil Works
STENCILP, HUUHKK STA.VH
CH KCKS, Arc, Mauufact nred '. . t ): V:
S. It TrR.NKi: m (j
m Water St. v.. ; ;.
P O Box VA :. v- t
5ao Vehicles Wa?cns h
I Ul lil
We hav in o':r le)o'.tor' - :
ine of eliicii-v. n l t -
oi farm l a?nn in 'h S; ?" V.V
die noihinLr tjut what we -. ' r -.
tee. We have
BU(JGIKS,
CAKKIAGSiK.
IM)AD ('!::
t prices to Knit every 1 ! i;....
fioto I7r; Htiies I t !::- -'.Vauon
. to fT"i; I ; .-:: s '
to 17S: CMrr;.-i-- -uit. -. l.,i- .'--
J'J.'itof'WJ V.Vwill d. ;;!.
prices wi'h freight ;-.hll t'.i.'.
-i:'--ii;e or write 1 r cut- ar.-i ; t -We
carry a complete i;i.f ; H ".:: -
Yancey & Stronsch,'
Acents Teuaes.M't and : !
Waprcn
N'o. 221 and :', h::V
feVtf and 1: M u ' -
to
POINTER PUPPIES FOS Si,
Out of mv "Tempie." N .
C. S. P , by Sterling (Jan'- ' .
tlel to rei.-traiotu. Tt :.; ':
ihe'-e pups are 'oth ry li tn!-
bred, line li'-M doy-, nii-l v
broken. Tlte pni plesare r j:-:'. i
and will he redy t -!.'; -$
for male and frr fei:i i'.. -an
exceptioi al thtice ti 1 :
r, p. !'i :
i. :!::.-'
: TO :
f f f
We are now prepared to :. : '
on centrally h .u-I
KUSiNKRS ri:ori:in v
IS I ALKloil-
and ol.ier North Carolina n .--of
$2;fNM) and upward, au i : ' -to
live year;- t::ii'-
Correspon den ?e i n v 1 1 3 .
Ister-Stata Inst I
Telephone .No. VI.
KA LEI 'ill, N .
febl6-tf
ICE!
On and after the 2"?h of
HYGIF.NIC PLATE ICE M '
TLKINfJ CO. o?ft-r lor
eied from our wajoa
ponij'Js ice for '
ri " "
' r. '
17 " ' :
.
Terms strictly c:uh on '.-:
mar4-ejl 2rn.
CiTETS
TIV-: K or-
1 1-
Vizor, iiu 1 ' -
i l.liltv Hi.-l ';,'"' '
itV k!lV!l A
Inviiforn'or,
1
mall, is
iMra 1,-l-f.. 1:
CATON'.liov "'-'
(':-.
ta
m
'..V
GiiiPeiiR Cultiv:itor
I am prepared to f nrtd-h ''r'
sjecinl ins-trucion- li-v. tt - .
succefsfally i v.i'jvHt.. wi ;-.' u :'
n-se.ete. Kcr fnrihf-r par! u .:!""-..
Jl.Vtf -I, N ! 1
Sonn.-r.-et, Ky.. i'
m
n Cl
....
DNilMHTHATOH'S N"T!'
il:iT bis f'HV f)U ii;'e1 a
tor of W S. Ji!rr. V-
(liver Township Wak- cor.s.ty. . - '
tice to the creditors ot h',
ient their clairii to:.e. I '- - '
to all indebted to -f.id r:n:e : !
ward i.ud f-tttle w:?h v.-" t Vi..' :..
C o.'ior !t!ore the ':h day ol
1SL. .-v.
WAUSSS
K. W. .Ihff-n:-'
Adm'rof W. A.
March 25,
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