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If used ly Wives about to experience the painful ordeal attendant upon Child-birth, proves an infallihlo sieci tic for, and obviate the tortures of con finement, lessening the dangers thereof to both mother and child. Sold by all dntpglsts. Sent by express on roccipL l price, 91. (mi ier bottle, charges pro-paid. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA. CA. rl, $hc tatc Ixrmxide SUNDAY, Sept. 4, 1892. NEWS OF TEE STATE. lit. 0 1 iwarys cnooi, UALEIGH. N. 0. The Advt tit Term of the 5lBt annual ses sion will begin September 22d. Number of pupils limited. For Catalogue Address REV, BENNETT SMEOES, A. M., Jyl2 3m. RALEIGH. N. C. CUR! YOUI IRtELF! lak tour I)rutt lor a- bottle of . Tne only - . . . I 1 ixfiuiuu reuiedT lot aU I ' k nimturil dlicharaei an4 f private dlieacei of men and the ' debilltatliif weakness peculiar , to women. l euree in a tew dsri vlttonl ice am publicity 01 a aooKir. lie ' Mvrii jtfnertren vw.-, Man a 'sot 11 red by I ,Tb Itibi Chtmuil Oo. CINCINNATI, O. u. a. a. 0t 1-1 v. ENT ii.-'iiAl is all it will cost you to n! !? fj? ''arn now yu niHy p r"f ulVt tMvelv and promptly v "th.mt;--i cure Catarrh Astfirim. k'-l 6"ochiiis I Hay Fever, Hrouchitis VHwrrvtg (jrjppe Hud Con- timption. From the same source you may learn a perfect and pleasant rem dj for Indigestion, Constipation, aud Menu! and Physical prostration. 1.i you want this valuable Information f F'iii;ly buy a postal card and send your 1: tme to the understgued at either . tuldi .-' giveu, tuid . Manual of Specific Cxyureit, giiug ftill informatiun to- 8 ei'lier with testimony of many won erful cures, will le prouipU'7 mailed ,-fou. . Spec'iio Oxygen la not a patent med Vslne. it 1 1 an honest home treatment. It Is the only medicated Uxvgen. Separate Specifics for Catarrh an Hay Ffver. It is .rescrit.ed by physicians. It is levjomiiieuiled by thousands. Write for maiiuel at once. Address THE SPECIFIC OXYGEN CO, 4' Nashville, Tenn. Or Muheely Bl'dg, Omaha, Neb.; 412 m dg. Chicago, or RANSOM'S SPKECII AT RO HO. GKEENS- Inter Ocetu W. Alaban Broadway. IjonlsvUle. Kv. ILL: 34 W. Alabama St., Atlanta, Ga.; 429 K oVv.eA' Salem female colle-re opened its ninety-lirst session Friday with 300 pupils. The rice birds are arriving. They can be heard now every night in their fi rl , 1 1 over -WUmiriton. "Welcome; Week is "on the book" at Wilmington. Nearly every merchant there is interested in it. Friday a daring robbery and unsuc cessful attempt at arson were perpet rated in broad daylight in one of the best thoroughfares and most thickly peopled sections of Charlotte. Tl, d.-mncrats of Onslow have nom- iinwin" ticket: House of representatives, S. W. Venters: sher iff, Fred W. Harget; treasurer, John F. Cox; register of deeds, Caleb C. Morton. At Wilmington the health board has employed a larL'e force of extra men and carts to give the city a thorough leaning, and in the mean time to use all the present available force of street hands and carts for the purpose. The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad company is surveying a railroad from Wadesboro tu Winston, lhe survey ors are now at work in Davidson countv. lhe company asks tor no subscrintions nothing but rights of- way. The Cape Fear Banner says: It is now in order for Secretary Barnes of the State alliance to write Mai. AV A. (Juthrie a note to ask if he accepts railway passes. I lis post oifice is Dur ham. Write him be consistent nothing. Charles Reynolds, who murdered 86-year-old Salathiel Swaim near Greensboro a few weeks ago, was tried and convicted of murder in the lirst de gree Friday, the jury remaining out one kour. The trial of I leaden, who is charged with being an accesso ry in the murder, was begun. Miss Kdens, aged 40 years, com mitted suicide Wednesday at her home in Onslow county. She took "rough- on-rats, and the cause assigned tor the suicide was that she had been in a despondent mood for some time. She and her father, aged about 75 years, resided in the house alone. Dr. Exum and Dr. Mayrard, the third party condidate for Congress in the 6th district, spoke at Lumber ton Friday. They positively refused to divide time with the democrats, but after they had finished Col. W. F. French, Hon. A. Rowland, N. A. Mc Lean, Esq., and other prominent dem ocrats made telling speeches and liter ally demolished the Unfounded argu ments of these advocates f negro rule. The Martin county republicans met in convention Friday. The conven tion was composed of four whites and some dozen or more negroes. Hie. delegates to the State convention were instructed to vote against a State ticket. A committee on resolutions re ported recommending that no county ticket be put in the field. It was promptly adopted. W. R. Moore, colored, was orator of the day. In his speech he bitterly denounc d demo cracy and strongly urged the negro men of Martin to vote the third party ticket. Hum Moiie Ureat Good Al.Knmor oi E.iiidHay'H Withdrawal The Re publican State Convention Will ao to Plet-es. Special to State Chronicle. . Greensboro, N. C, Sept. 3 Ran som's speech here this week is yet the talk of everybody. Inere is but one opinion, and that is it has done great good. Results are already apparent. A. dozen or more inclined third party confess that they have been men misled, and express the opinion that there would be no third party in North Carolina if F isom's speech could be heard throughout the State. Two of the most influential third party men in tnev county nave surrendered unconditionally. It is currently reported in Rocking ham county that Lindsey, the third party candidate for Congress in the fifth district will withdraw from the contest in view of the certainty that his candidacy means Settle's election. The news from Rockingham is to the effect that the third party is rapidly going to pieces. One result of the conference with the National committee in New York was to fix Loge Harris' and Daniel Russel's political status. They were plainly ruled out' of the republican party and it is a matter of curious sur mise where they will land. It is ru mored that Harris will take Cobb's place on the third party ticket. From another republican source it is learned that the convention in Raleigh next Wednesday will go to pieces. Mott, it is said, is very confident 01 sucn a result and is very defiant. The pros pect is for big fun and an old time re publican cat and dog fight. Wilson's Grand Democratic Barbecue Special to the State Chronicle. The democrats of "Wilson . county had a grand rally and barbecue at Old Fields to-day. This is the home of Dr- H. F. Freeman, the Weaverite leader of Wilson and apostle of reform. 350 people were present. It has been claimed that this was the hot bed of the third party sentiment in this coun ty and yet there were not more than 30 in the crowd and perhaps half of them came back to the democratic fold to day. Eloquent, able and convincing speeches were made by Hon. Chas. M. Cooke, of Louisburg and Hon. Jas. Edwin Moore, of Williamston. The dinner was heartily enjoyed. The best of feeling prevailed. Dr. Free man spoke one hour, attempting to answer Mr. Moore's arguments. He was badly hacked as was plainly ap parent and made a miserable failure. Democrats are well satisfied with the day's work and greatly encouraged. It is thought that Dr. Freeman is being converted and is almost ready to de- are he will support the State demo cratic ticket. DIOCESK Of iNOltTH CAROLINA. ltlhliops L,yiiiait'N Appointments. September, 1, Thursday, Lenoir. " 2, b nday, Yadkin Valley. " 4, Snnday, Blowing Hock. " 6, Tuesday, Boone, Watauga. " 7, Wednesday, St. John's Valle Crucis. " 5), Friday, p. m.. Statcsville. " 11, Sunday, Charlotte. " 13, Tuesday, Lincolnton. " 15, Thursday, a. m., Shelby. " 15, Thursday, p. m., Kutherford ton. 44 18, Sunday, Hillsboro. Holy Communion at morning Service. Collection for Diocesan Mission. LIPPMAN BROS.. Proprietors, Drujqlsls, Ltppman's Block. SAVANNAH. CA. 12) m l CURES ALL 5 KIN AND BLOOD DI5EA5E5 i i.j.i. . ... .. ,,, v. r. T. a .,,,.,,,114 WB,l.!nll..n," a Ml ,t... rir.. iiw.ih iti,.tion for tb. mm of all --""! "Mil"'! -d..y n1 T.T.1.T-T a- . r Pw.liii... Hhiuniatlim. Malaria, old - el hay r..l.t.,l all tr.aimat, Oattrrtl, CURES I raTi I I c r.rx.BiooDPoisoii ' ) 1 ," .V '". '''U.t, fi,r..,u; Kl.,,. (.M.LiUU, M.r- ei.'U' .!, r.-wr, N-aM Hnl, Mr. I a'lt. 3 00IKrfCURES 11 r.KK Malaria i ti.v..', (."1-ftu.i u K K K.l'riaijr AU, koU tWet liWs!?5rv?aS 1 No Cholera In New York. Special ti the Stale Chronicle. New York, Sept. 3 There is not a case of cholera in this city and the vigilance of the authorities will effec tually prevent its gaining a foothold. New York was never healthier. There is absolutely no danger in visiting this city. (Signed) North Carolina Salesman. Third I'arty IMecfinii Captured l Democrat. Newhern Journal. Hearing that Mr. F. D. Koonce, third party nominee for Congress, had an appointment at Jasper Friday, Gen. C A. liattle and Mr. .1. W. Riddle went out to be present at the specking. Arriving on the grounds they found a pretty fair crowd had assembled, but Mr. Koonce had not shown himself. They waited and waited for him; in the meantime tne issues 01 tne day were discussed in a familiar, free and easy style, until at last the drift of the con versation proved the sentiment of th 1 n r - 1 - , crowd was in lavor 01 lmmcuta iy organizing of a democratic club. Ac cordingly it was proceeded with and every man of the neighborhood present except two became members. I'erHonCoii nly Democratic Convention Special to State Chronicle. Roxhoko, N. C, Sept. 3 A large and harmonious convention of the un terrified democrats of Person county was called to order at 1 2 o'clock to-day in the court house by "W. W. Kitchen, county chairman. Maj. J. T. Yancey was called to the chair and Messrs Noels, editors of the Person county Courier, were made secretaries. There were no contest from any townships and the temporary organization was made permanent. For the legislature the names of Messrs. Geo. T. Moore and A. R. Foushee were presented. Mr. Moore received a majority of the votes cast and his nomination was made unanimous. He is a democrat and a successful farmer, popular in every section of the county. S. H Williams, the present sheriff was re nominated for the same office by accla mation, and C. A. Whitfield, the pres ent register of deeds, was also unani mously renominated. The lirst contest was in the nomination for treasurer Messrs. C. 15. Brooks, the presen treasurer, R. A. "Williams, W. II Harris and S. B. Winsted were placed 111 nomination. The contest finally narrowed down to Messrs. Win sted and Brooks, and on the third ballot Brooks was nominated by a vote of 42 to 33 which was made unanimous. Dr. J. A. Wise was n nominated for caroner and J. I loward tor surveyor. AU of tha nominees made speeches of acceptance pledging their efforts to the success of democracy. After the adjournment of the convention a meeting of the town hip committee was held and the or janization of county exective com mittee was perfected. The election of a chairman for the exective com mittee made necessary by the resigna tion of AV . W. Kitchen who has been nominated for Senator by this district was left to the candidates to name to day. They held a meeting at once and unanimously elected Mr. Joseph W Noels, one of the editors of the Courier as the county chairman. It is a good selection as he is a wide awake enthusiastic democrat and will put life and vigor into the campaign. At two o'clock the primary of the peoples par ty was held in the court house. There were twenty-four people present, only about fifteen of them being third party ites. They selected delegates to coun ty convention to be held next Saturday and adjourned. I CrIlu,L.'ipuiiu,lilyck, BAVAHaAB,GA. THIS NORTH CAROLINA I COLLEGE OF IpMen id technical Arts, All Free. Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery know its value, and those who have not, have now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the advertised druggist and get a trial bottle, free. Send your name and address to II. E. Bucklen !c Co., Chicago, and get a sam ple box of Dr. King's New Life Pills, free, as well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor, free. All of which is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing. Sold at John Y. Mac- Rae's drugstore. - You can never have s really good com plexion until the impurity is cleansed from your blood. v hat you need is a thorough course of Ayer s Sarsaparilla, which 13 absolutely free from all harm ful ingredients, perfectly safe. Agent) Wanted. Male and female, old and young, $0 to $2o per day easily made, sell ing our Queen Plating Outfits, and doing Gold, Silver, Nickel, Copper and Brass Plating, that is warranted to wear for years, on every class of Metal, Tableware, Jewelry, &c. Light and easily handled, no experience re quired to operate them. Can be car ried by hand with ease from house to house, same as a grip sack or satchel Agents are making money rapidly. They sell to almost every business house and family, and workshop. Cheap, durable, simple and within reach of every one. Plates almost in stantly, equal to the finest new work. Send for circulars, &c Queen City Silver & Nickel Plating Co., East St. Louis, 111. my!9-d&wly. THE DEMOCRATIC CANVASS. The gentlemen named below will ad dress the voters of the State at the times and places named : Elian Carr and T. J. J ari l. Williamston, Martin county, Sept. 5. Plymouth, Washington, county.Sept. 0. Edenton, Chowan county, Sept. 7. Hertford, Perquimans county, Sept. 8. Elizabeth City, Pasquotank countv, Sept. 9. Camden C. U., Camden county, Sept. Currituck C. II., Currituck county, Sept. 10. , H. R. Glenn. Rutherford ton, Rutherford county Sep tember 5. Morganton, Burke county Sept 6. Elks X Roads, Watauga county, Sep tember 14. Mulberry, Wilkes county, Sept. 15. Elkins, Surry county, Sept. 16. Winston, Forsyth county, Sept. 17. Walnut Cove, Stokes county, Sept. 20. Leaksville, Rockingham county, Sep tember 21. Ruffin, Rockingham county, Sept. 22. Yanceyville, Caswell county, Sept. 23. Leasburg, Caswell county, Sept. 24. HI. W. RaiiNom. Danbury, Stokes county, Sept 7. Mocksville, Davie county, Sept 9. Winston, Beptemuer 10. Lenoir, Caldwell county, Sept. 20. John C. Scarborough. Lenoir, Caldwell county, Sept. 5. J. C. Scarborough and R, R. Glenn. Morganton, Burke county, Sept 6. Marshall, Madison county, Sept 7. Ivy, McElroy's Mills, Madison countv. Sept 8. Lurnsville, Yancey county, Sept 9 . Bakersville, Mitchell county, Sept 10. Linville City, Mitchell county, Sept 12. Boone, Watauga county, Sept 13. W. HI. RobbliiH. Lexiugton, Davidson county, Septem- Dcr 0. II. A. Gudser. Morganton, September 5. Old Fort, September 0. Mar's Hill, September 9. Big Joy, September 10. Waynesville, September 13. Sandy Mush, Buncombe caunty, Sept. lo. Lcicesters, Buncombe county, Sep. 17. Lenoir, Caldwell county, Sept. 20. A. Leazar, Apex, Wake county, Sept. 5. Mt. Vernon Springs, Chatham county, Sept. G. Staley, Randolph county, Sept. 7. G. W. Sanderlln. Burgaw, Pender county, Sept 12. South Port, Brunswick county, Sept 13. R. A. Doushton and G. W. Sanderlln. Lizzie, Greene county, September 10. Burgaw, Pender county, Sept. 12. Southport, Brunswick county, Sept 13. Averysboro, Harnett county, Sept. 15. Little River Academy, Cumberland county, Sept. 16. Red Springs, Robeson county, Sept 19. 1TI. W. It a 11 ho hi, J. R. I.ewellyn and Clement Manly. Wilkesboro, September 5. G. W. Sanderlln and J a. T. LeGraud. Williamson's, Richmond county, Sep tember 20. Smith's school house, Richmond coun ty, Sept. 21. G. W. Sanderlln aud J. A. Luckliarl. Morven, Anson county, Sept. 22. White's Store, Anson county, Sept. 23. C. R. Ay cock. Mooresville, Iredell county, Sept. 6. Pineville, Mecklenburg county, Sept. 7. S. B. Alexander and W. E. Ardrey have been requested and are expected to be with Mr. Aycock at above appoint ments. McAdensville, Gaston county. Sept. 8 King's Mountain, Gaston county, Sept, E. C. Beddlngdeld. Harper's X Roads. Chatham' countv. September 12. Pace's Mill, Chatham county, Sept 13. Ferrington's Mill, Chatham countv. September 14. B. F. Grady aud John G. Shaw. Harrell's Store, Sampson countv. Seo- tember 13. Duplin Roads, Duplin county, Sept 14. Hallsville, Duplin county, Sept. 15. Faison's, Duplin county, Sept. 16. Newton Grove, Sampson countv. Seo- tember 17. Mingo Lodge, Sampson countv. Scd- teniber 19. J no. A. Rarriiier. Burlington, Alamance countv. Sentein- ber 10. R. A. Da 11 12 li to 11 and XV. W. N. Williams' Mills, Cumberland county, September 17. W. JT. Green. McKay's Store, Cumberland countv. September 10. F. M. Simmons, Chm'n. R. II. Cowan, Sec'y. FREE Trial. Why suffer from the bMxltffWtA of th r-4 I lk Ijime Back, Kidney and Liver d'.sa?, Khenniati.-m, Indl gestlon, Dyspep.-ia. any kind of wrakue.ss, or other dwafw, when Electricity wUl cure. you and keep yon in health. (Headache relieve.1 in one minnte.) To prove this. I will send r l.jji. i-i-a n , ...... ur. juqqs uecinc deiUtriaffr" Prices no and 115. if satisfied. Also Electric Trusts and Box Batteries. C.8 nothing to try them. Can be regulated to Milt, and irr.arantl 1.1 !.-t for vwr. a Belt and Battery combined, and prt duces snfrkieut Electricity to k. Frre Medi cal advice. Write to-day. Give waist measure, price and full particulars. Agent Wanted. mrauw I) on nn-ly KlrlCHH Kc'.frrs a, I rrn -s, ..I tSf .... .- on.! I ikc. u Soli B1003 BaiM CO.. Pr', Ii'tni a. Good Look. Good looks are more than skin deen. depending upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the liver be in active, you have a bilious look, if your stomach be disordered you have a dys peptic iook ana 11 your kidneys be affect ed you have a Dinched look. Secure good health and you will have good iooks. Electric uitters is tue great alter ative and tonic acts directly on these vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches. boils and gives a good comnlexion. Sold at John Y. MacRae's drug store, 50c per uoiiie. Atlantic & North Carolina I R. Time Table No. 22. PASSENGER TRAINS, DAILY. y .u oeum iw ronrth Hest-ion September Z, jyrj. ( orrty Superintendents of Edu cation v ill examine applicants for admission. Total cti-t !00 per year. Address .ALKXANDKK g. HOLLA DAY, 3-xm URtaiih. tm n A Straight Republican Ticket Certain. Cor. totlioStale Chronicle. reaves. L-owles v 'o. won an easy victory and comnletely captured the national republican committee. They talked to a Chronicle' representative on their return trom rsew lork yes terday jublilantly and confidently. A straight ticket will be put out and it will be made up of the best material in the republican party. Among the names mentioned for the head of the ticket were Boyd, Furches and Ewart The latter might be selected on ac count of -his anti-force force bill record and thereby break the force of tin d mocratic campaign on that lin Boyd, it is uiidtTHlond, will not accep the nomination. It may bf necessary to nominate Eaves himself but that n sult is not probable. Henry Dockery, a wealthy brother of Aliii d Dockery, is named for treasurer. Third I'arlylMii In Ciimliei land Co. Special ti State Chronicle. Favettevili.e, N. C, Sept. 3. Third party primaries w.:ie held throughout Cumberland county to day wilh but slim attendance. In some parts of the county considerable strength was developed ho.vever and the county convention 'metshere next Tuesday to put out u fu'l ticket. A fusion between the Weavei ites and the republicans in this county is alreadyan open secret, despite all efforts at con cealm nt. The democracy is getting thoroughly aroused. A Republican Primary a Failure. Cor. to State Ch konici.k. Apex, N. C, Sept. 3. September 2d was the day set apart for the re publican primary of Apex precinct to elect three delegates and three alter nates to the republican convention. Only three men met. Some one said that one more would complete the white republican party of this town ship. They have gone to the third party. What white man is there in White Oak township, who, after care fully looking at the situation now be fore us will vote anything but a straight democratic ticket. 51 east. 50 WEST. AR. LV. STATIONS. AR. LV. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. 3:30 ....Goldsboro.... 1130 3 53 3 5fi Best's 10 36 10 43 4 06 4 09 ....LaUrauge.... 10 22 10 20 4 21 4 23 . .Falling Creek. 10 Or! 10 05 4a5 4 40 Kinston 9 48 9.c5 4 55 5 55 Caswell 9 39 9 36 5 05 5 05 Dover 9 28 9 23 519 5 19 ...Core Creek... 9 12 919 5 31 5 35 ....Tuscarorai... 8 55 8 58 5 41 5 41 Clark's..... 8 48 8 42 6 00 6 08 ...New Berne... 817 838 6 39 6 39 ....Kiverdale.... 7 52 7 58 6 44 6 44 Crcatan 7 47 7 40 6 56 6 56 ....Havelock.... 7 31 7 32 7 13 7 16 ....Newport 7 10 717 7 24 7 24 ... Wildwood. ... 7 03 7 03 7 28 7 28 ....Atlantic,.... 6 58 6 53 7 38 7 43 .Morehead City. 6 42 6 4S 7 45 7 50 ..Atlantic City.. 6 27 7 53 Morehead Depot MIXED FREIGHT AND PASSENER TRAINS. 1 EAST. 2 WEST. AR. a.m. The UomellcMt Mau In Raleieh As well as the handsomest, and others are invited to call on any druggist and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs, a remedy that is selling entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed to relieve and cure ail chronic and acute coughs, asthma, bronchitis and consumption. Large bottles 50 cts. and SI. 00. LV. a.m. 6 30 57 7 Oii 20 7 30 8 48 7 53 8 11 830 9 50 8 55 10 15 10 00 11 31 10 36 11 00 11 05 12 17 12 41 315 3 00 3 42 3 50 4 13 4 42 4 55 5 01 5 21 5 28 STATIONS. . . . Goldsboro . . . Best's . . . LaG range - . ..Falling Creek.. Kinston Caswell. . . Dover . ..Core Creek... . . . Tuscarora . . . Clark's ...New Berne... Kiverdale.... Croaan Havelock Newport .... . . . Wildwood . . . Atlantic .Morehead City. .AtlHLtic Hotel. Morehead Depot AR. LV. p.m. p.m 7 20 624 554 524 4 25 4 00 3 25 254 2 24 2 02 10 32 9 4t 9 28 8 59 817 800 47 7 17 705 6 34 6 04 5 30 5 00 4 05 8 40 t:K) 2 00 2(H) 1 30 9 46 9 33 9 04 8 02 8 57 7 52 727 710 700 3 37 4 48 4 08 5 37 5 5i 5 01 5 16 5 23 31 Train 50 connects with Wilmington & WeJdon Train, bound Nonh, leavinglbrolds boro 1 1 :50 a m. and with Richmond & Dan ville Train West, leaving Goldsboro 2:00 p m. ' Train 51 connects with Richmond & Dan ville Train, arriving at Goldsboro 2:55 p m and with Wilmington & Weldon Train from the North at 3:10 p m Train 2 connects with Wilmington & Weldon Through Freight Train, leaving (ioldsboro at 8:a0 n m and with K. & D Through Freight Train, leaving Goldsboro at 5:io p m. S. L. DILL, Supt. A dosef laAG.i aaiiy,s 1 digestk u . Sinmons Liver Regulator, rill relieve and prevent m- V. "It '"MNUFACTUREOOHtf iRWHITLOCK-i'RICHMOND.VA' 'When you are gitten, git five for ten," says I Them's my sentiments," says you. OLD VIRGINIA CHEROOTS Fill the Bill. Rich Mild and Sweet. Five for Ten Cents. 9. Mooresboro, Cleveland county, Sept, To build up Your system And restore Your strength Invigorate your Liver and purify Your blood, Strengthen your Nerves and give An appetite take That excellent Medicine, P. P. P. (Prickly' Ash, Poke Boot and Potassium.) A GRAND SUCCESS!! Almost the entire first edition of 5,H copus tudd Ix-for.- coinim from the press. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO'S. NORTH CAROLINA SPELLING BOOK, (Compiled by a teacher.) Contains a comphte Englih vocabulary, all proper names in the Geography and History .f North Carolina; woods, limbers. hhrub, minerals, counties, cities, town, villages, mountains, lakes, rivers, etc., etc. Also near 20(1 new word in general use not to W found in any other spelling-book. CC- ' North Carolina teachers r re delighUtT with the Urok, H t-ing the Ut-x arall cheapest on the market. lri;e iiO Contn ji Copy ly Mii.il. I'l BI.1M1FU II V f " ALFUK1) WILLIAMS & CO., KaleiKli, N. C. JiSend in your orders at once for fall term. MAWHorfolkiBslernRl Schedule iu Effect July 17. 1HI2. DURHAM DIVISION. Leave Durham, N. C. 7:00 a m and 2:55 p m, daily. Arrive at ljynchburg l.Oo p m and 7::t0 p m. nauy. All train?, Durham Division, arrive at and depart from 12th Street btation.Lyuch uurg, a. WINSTON-SALEM DIVISION. Leave Winston at 7:15 a m and 1:50 n m. uany. m New Discovery 1- Accident In compounding a solution a part wan itccldently Hpilledkm the hand and on washmgnttermnr 1 it wan discovered that the hair wan completely removed. We at ouce put this wonderful prepHrtttion on lhe market, and no great haw lieen the demand that we are now introducing it throughout the world under the name of tu-t-u' A uti- I limine, IT IS PERFECTLY II ARMLESS AND BO SIMPLE ANY CHILD CAS USE IT. Ijty the hair over ar.d apply the mixture, fora few minutes ard the hair disaiiiK'rs mm if bv nrnWc without the sllghtst pain or Injury when applied or ever afterward It l. unlike miv other preparation ever nped for alike pmpom Thousand.- of IjADIES who have lieei nuuujni w ii ii hum uu iiicir r v r., . r.rx nun j i .i ai n s inerii.s. UKN 1 IjH-.M KN who do tint npprecmte a tieard or hair on tin ir neck, find a rriceWn noon in QUEEN'S ANTI-HA1KINK which does away with Sl nvinir. bv renderiim It future growth au utter Impossibility. PrVe of QueeuV Anti llalriue 11 wr t Mil tie, sent in safety mailing boxes (Mistake paid by us (securely sealed frcm oliM-rvnth.ii). tena money or ttamp w letter with lull address written piHinlv. t orret-,Kiidei:ce strictly confidential. This ail vert ise nient Is honest and MraU'bt forward in every every word it con buns. We invite yon to ileal wit h us mid you wl Hud evetvthiiig as represented. Cut thi out and nenl to-dy Address y I KKN t'H K.M M AL ., l4Kace btreet, Cincinnati, Ohio, i on can register your letter at hhv IttJice W insure its safe delivery. We will pay t-ioo for any tae of failure oi i-llgliU-st Injury to anv eurchaser. Evrrv bottle LrnHraiited. Arrive at Roanoke 12:15 p m and 7:00 p CDC pill To the ladies who introduce and ell their frienb- 2". UU i, daily. . Antl Hairtne, we will present with a SILK DKESS. V. ard ft ,xtra 1 jirge iottles and sanipies oi sUk to select from sent wit border or commission to amenta. MAIN LINE WEST BOUND. I 10. Waco, Cleveland county, Sept. 12 W. II. Bower and J. R. Lewellyn have been requested and are expected to be with Mr. Aycock at above appointments. Jaw. II. ITlerrimoii and Kope Klla. Brevard, Transylvania county, Sept 6. Oct. Coke and K. C. Heddinslield. Lexington, Davidson county, Sept 6. Randleman, Randolph county, Sept 7, at night. Oak Grove Academy, Randolph conn ty, Sept 8. Trinity College, Randolph county, Sept 10. Octavlii Coke, Lee S. Overman and j iteo. f. it. in I z. Harrisburg, Cabarrus county, Sept 5 C. itl. Cooke and S, Rradmhaw. Ashcboro, Randolph county, Sejit 20. C. R. AVatMon. Lexington, Davidson county, Sept AV. J. ITIoiitsjomery aud L.. J. Iloyie. Lallstown, Cleveland county, Sept. 16 Parkville, Cleveland county, Sept. 17 W. C. UouslahH and A. D. Jo lien. Wake Forest, Wake county September 6, at night. V. C. DoiislaoNand J. I. l.ea h. Kittrells, Vance county September 7 V. R. Henry. Hamilton, Martin county, Sept 6. Williamston, Martin county, Sept 7. .Tamesville, Martin county, Sept 8. Merry 11 ill, Bertie county, Sept 10. Windsor, Bertie county, Sept 12. Aulander, Bertie county, Sept 13. Coleraine, Bertie county, Sept 14. Harrellsville, Hertford county, Sept 16 St. Johns, Hertford county, Sept 17 Buckland, Gates county, Sept. 19. Gatesville, Gates county, Sept 20. IV. J. ?Ioiit;omery. Sulphur Springs, Rutherford county Sept. 23. Henrietta Mills, Rutherford county, Sept. 23, at night. Iiutherfordton, Rutherford county, Sept. 24. W. C. OonslaNM, V. IV. Lous and J. P. Leach. Littleton, Halifax county September 8. T. R. Woniack, A. I. Joiicm aud W. II. tireen. Rogers' Store, Wake county, Friday, September 9. Falls, Wake county, Saturday, Sep tember 10. C. R. Aycock and W II. Hotter. Gastonia, Gaston county, September 8, at night. It. II. Riinn. Poplar Springs, Franklin county, Sep tember 12. Cedar Rock, . Franklin county, Sep tember 13. Hayesville, Franklin county, Sept. 14. Kittrells, Vance county, Sept. 15. Williamson, Vance county, Sept. 16. Henderson, Vance county, Sept, 16, at night. Ahhboro, Randolph county, Sept. 20. Pittsboro, Chatham county, Sept. 27. C. ?i. Cooke, K. C. Heddinelield, F. L. 7Ierritt aud IV. II. fireen. Mitchell's Mill, Wake county, Wed nesday, September 7. Pernell, Wake county, Thursday, Sep tember 8. F. IK Winston. Haidley's Mills, Bertie county. Sept 7. Roxobel, Bertie county, Sept. 13. Aulander, Bertie county, Sept. 20. Hughes Store, Bertie county. Sept 22. Merry Hill, Bertie county, Sept. 30. Colerain, Bertie county, Oct 7. Burdin's Mill, Bertie county, O -t. lS. Lewiston, Bertie county, Oct. 27. Todd's X Road. Bertie county, Nov 3. F. I. Onborne, Tdylorsville, Alexander county, Sep tember 17. Lenoir, Caldwell county, Sept. 19. l eave Lvnchburg, dally. 5:80 p m. for Roauoke, Radford, Pulaski, Bristol Par lor Car to Roanoke. Pulinian Sleeper from Roanoke to Memphis. i.2;a m for Roanoke, Radford. Pulaski. Bristol; also for Bluefield. I'ocahontss, Elkhorn and stations Clinch Valley Divi sion; aisi tor JiOuisvuie and stations L & N. R R via Norton. Pullman Sleeper Liynchrrarg to ijouisvule via Norton. 2:35 n m, daily for Roanoke and interme diate stations. Has no connections beyoud Koauoke. EAST lit l'S l) LEAVE LYNCHBURG DAILY. 9:15 a m for Richmond, Petersburg and iNormiK. ii::upm. .Arrive fetersoure 4:i." a m. Arrive Richmond 7:44 a m: arrive Norfolk 7:00 a m. Pullman Palace sleeper to Nor folk. Also Pullman Palace Sleeper between Lynchburg and Richmond 2:?o p. m for Richmond, Petersburg and Norfolk; arrive Richmond 7:50 p. m. Nor folk, 9 20 p. m. Pullman Parlor Buffet Car to Norfolk. "Washington and Chattanooga Limit ed," a train of Pullman coaches and sleep ing cars runs daily via Shenandoah Val ley route, stopping only at Lnrav, She nandoah, Basic, Roanoke and Radford. ALLEN HULL, Travelling Pass. Agt , Roanoke. Va. W. B. BEViLL, G. P. & T. Agt., Roanoke, Va. ls o!Ouc-iTa tioinl nalriry teh 17 ly Wilmington &Weldor R.R. and Branches. Condensed Schedule Dated August 7, '.3 THA.IN8 OOINO BOUTH. No. 23. No. 27. No. 41. Daily. Fant Mail. Daily ex Daily. SnDday. 5 43 pm 6 00 am 6 36 pm 7 01 am 7 10 an 8 .SOaro .to am 14 an il 25 an- Lv Weldon 12 30 pm ArKockyMt 140 pm Ar T&rboro 'aispm Lv Tarboro 13 58 run fi 00 pm Ar Wilson 2 18 pm 7 00 pm Lv Wilson 2S0pm Ar Selma 3 25 pm Ar Fayetteville. . . 5 20 pm Lv Golduboro. ... 315 pm 7 40 pm Lv Warsaw 4 14 pm Lv Magnolia 4 27 pm 8 40 pm Ar Wilmington. . . 6 00 pm 9 55 pm TKAINH GOING NOUTH No. 40. No. 14. No. 78. Daily ex Daily. Daily. Sunday. Lv Wilmington 12 35 am 9 15 am 4 20 pm Lv Magnolia. 154 am 10 57 am 6 02 pm Lv Warsaw 11 11 am 6 15 pm Ar Goldsboro 2 55 am 12 05 pm 7 10 pm Lv KavetteviUe 9 30 am LvSelma 11 35 am Ar Wilson 12 30 pm Lv Wilson S 35 am 12 58 pm 8 04 pm Ar li'y Mount 4 03 am 1 30 pm 8 3a pm ir Tarboro 6 30 am 2 18 pm Lv Tarboro .... 12 58 pm Kr Weldon 5 15 am 2 55 pm 10 00 pm Daily except Snndav Trains on Scotland Neck Branch Road leave Weldon 4:00 p m. Halifax, 4:22 p m; arrive Scotland Neck at 5:15 p m. Green ville r:;i2 p m; Kinston 8:0! p m. Returning leaves Kinston 7:10 a m, Greenville :25a ra. Arriving Halifax at 11:00 a m, Weldon 11:25 a to, dailv except Sunday. liains on Washington tfrancb leave Washington 7 00 a m, arrive A. & R. Jnnc tiou 8. tit a m.. returning Tleave A & R Junction 7. 10pm., arrives Washington 8.45 m. Dailv excent Minrlav. tjonnects with trains on Albemarle and Raleigh R. R., and Scotland Neck Branch. Train leaves Tarboro. N. C. via Albe marle & Raleigh R. R., daily, except Sun day, 4:40 p m., Sunday 3:00 p m; arrive Williamston. N. C. 7:03 p m. 4:20 p m. Plymouth 8:30 p m, 5:20 p m. Returning leaves Plymouth daily, except Sunday, 6:00 am, Sunday :00 am, williamston, . C, 7'am, y-.n am. Arriving lar- boro 1:V a m, 11:W a m Trains on Southern Division, w llson and Fayetteville Branch leave Fayette ville 5:30 a. m . arrive Rowland 7.12 p. m. Returning leave Rowland 3ia.m. ar rive Fayetteville 9.0 a.m. Daily except Snnday. I rain on Midland. N. C, Hrancfc leaves Goldsboro, N. C, daily, except Sunday, 6:00 a m, arrive Smithfield, N. C, 7:30 a m. Returning leaves Smitr field. N.C., 8:'J0a m: arrive Goldsboro N. C, 9:30 a m. Train on Nnshville Branch leave- Rocky Mount at 6:40 p m, arrives at Nashville 15 o m. Sprintr Hope 7 4f p m. Return ing leaves Spring Hoix s:io a m, Nashville 8:35 a m; arr'v. Rocky Mount 9:15 a m. dailv, except Sunday. Train on Clinton Branch leaves v nrsaw for Clinton daily, except Sunday at 6:20 p m and 11-15 a m. Keturnirr leaves Clinton at van a to and 3;ii-p m connect insr at Warsaw with - 1. ' Zi ano 7s. Sonthboucd Tra'n 'n W'iwin an-- Fay etteville Branch is No. h' N'orrtbouni ia N'o 50 IVilv, ee-n day. Trains No. 27 South, and 14 ;ort will stop oniv at lioeky '.;outt, Wilson Golds boro h nd Magnolia. Train No. 7S m-ikes close connection at Weldon for all points north daily, all rail via Richmond, and dtily except Sunday via Bay Line, also at Rocky Mount daily except Sunday, with Norfolk and Carolina Railroad for Norfolk and all points north via Norfolk. JOHN F. DIVINE. GenT ' iupt. J R. KENLY, Genl Man. J T. M. EMERSON. Traffic Manager. - - - - - a IIOUNEIt MILITARY .SCHOOL OX1 OKI, X. Modern buildings, hot and cold bat lis, gvmriaMom, healthful climate. I xuli- ful surroundings, numlx rs limited. A mh 1 h- nu- s1hh1 lor lniys. Catalogues sent on application. jyl-!tw 2m DR. yiTALIZFD HAYDOCK'S Kidney panacea;; u lit IN r W . . , . . 1 ,r . . 1 . .. a. ., . ' 'ni riiraora nirr oneci oi wi'i wmwij, as prepared ny n , nMiii iu- r..l,n t ai ITrinarv Oriran in withont a fitra.lti.1 in tho lnntnrv rf Milii-inn and it n.i.'t. I tile yond any of the Kidney remedies of th dy. 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