OCR Interpretation


The state chronicle. [volume] (Raleigh, N.C.) 1891-1893, May 03, 1893, Image 3

Image and text provided by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library, Chapel Hill, NC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn92072978/1893-05-03/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

I 0mm-' f " I " ' im -
.jmfUM't Hit'
I .m W.-ir.en, should use
0;3 fS!AlE BE8DIAM
vscs superb Tor.ii
1 fUfnijihccir.'; ;. .
I was troubled with catarrh
ocveu years nrsmu
t
PflTTlTTlPTI m rt fr
WEDNESDAY, - - MA.Y 3, 1893 V16 U8e of E1y'8 Cream Bm. It has
uuue ior me what other eo-called cures
have failed to do cured me The
When T :m u. T.ii j U1 le uaim seemed magical
To make life happier and more fair Uarence L
When 1 Have Time.
t
pi.
! t ) re -.'jit from its ur
h i ! !(; rj for '
For those whose lives are crowded now
with care ;
I'll help to lift them from their low
despair
When I have time.
Huff, Biddeford, Me.
A revivifying
iorces occurs
of
.'..rN'N. M ilvcrn. .'
"; t '.. Ati:iii' i, t.a.
i 1 i" r Id.rr
EPILEPSY OR FITS
.... '..T'irciJ? Moct phyiiciaua ey
; j , ..rn: nml tin' worst cases. Af-
. .1 .Aix ritnrnt I have fonnd th6
.. , c ireil liy it; cured, not sub
: c oM, Irraihtirous, quack treat-
, , r. l'orirt't iHt impositions on
i on your confidence, ta!t
' -' ''., not lpiirliwanl. My remedy
.! ' work on the subject, and
.. ri tnt'dy Hciit free for trial,
.ii. i Express addrpts.
. i:. I '. I)., 4 I'edar St., New York.
time, the friend I love so
more those weary,
nature's latent
every spring. At this
time, better than at any other, the
blood may be cleansed from the humors
which infest it. The best and most
popular remedy to use for this purpose
is Ayer's Compound Extract of Sarsa-
parilla.
The burglar at midnight mav
feared by the timid; but he is not so
muchito be dreaded as an insidious
cough, which stealthily enters the sys
tem, and undermines the constitution.
When the cough first appears use Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup the effectual rem
edy for all such troubles.
The man who call sarsaparilla a
fraud, had good reason; for he got hold
of a worthless mixture at "reduced
rates." He changed his opinion, how
ever, when he began to take Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. It pays to be careful,
when buying medicines.
r1 I'SiT vi-j m .- jlw
A Crank
is constantly turning the world, keep
ing it in commotion. Its vigorous ex
ercise keeps the whele body active.
But it is the constant going that wears.
You're no time to rest, no time to eat,
ar a naraiy lime io live, it s misera
ble living at the best. Constant indi
geetion, biliousness and constipation
The body crank needs attention. Keep
the liver active with Simmons Liver
Regulator, and you can go as much as
you please.
When I have
well
Shall know no
toiling days ;
I'll lead her leet in pleaaant paths al
ways, And cheer her heart with words of
sweetest praise
When I have time.
When you have time! The friend you
hold eo dear
May be teyond the reach of all your
sweet intent,
May never know that you, so kindly
meant
To fill her life with sweet conteLt
When you had time.
Now is the time ! Ah, friend, no longer '3r53Ba3g
wait-
To scatter loving smiles and words of !
cheer
To those around whese lives are now o
dear ;
They may not need you in the cooaing
year.
Xow is the time
IADIKS
Needing a tonic, or children who want build
ing up, should take
BROAVA S IKON BITTERS.
It is pleasant; enrea Malaria. Indigestion,
Biliousness, Liver Complaints and Neuralgia.
8S
V":
temp
CURES ALL SKIM
AND
BLUDD DI5EA5E5
r . 1 , 1 . at 1 uvi.bin ftUon.
"1 t!,f.'t' .n fi. tli ourti of all
n 1 tmm att VJ
t-ai t a r-
a'! i'iti, Cittrrti,
L - -
"ft if.! fh f CUBES
R R K BIODD PMSDH
- v 5
1
; , ... ... . i ri wh-i tloci ta la
"pifF CUBES
fa; & Mauri a
U P. P. F.kTtAiy Aia, Cok Kt
4... i
K.33., Propriston,
1 jr,j
A Prize of $1,000.
Communicated.
Inasmuch as there is an enormous
annual fire waste in cotton on stor
age awaiting shipment, and as many
of our people are interested in this
matter, I beg leave to submit the
following proposition made by one
of the largest and strongest firo in
surance companies of this country.
The proposition is made in your
columns, hoping that soma architect
or builder in lUleigh, or in North
Carolina, may secure the very hand
some prize offered.
Very respectfully,
W. S. Peimuose, Agt.
German Ameiican Ins. Co, N. Y.
A prize of $1,000 in gold is offered
by the German American Insurance
Company of New York for the best
plans and specifications for an im
proved warehouse for the storage
of cottorj. with a view to the elimi
nation or minimization of the fire
hazard, and with a view to the eafer
and more convenient storage and
handling of cotton for the benefit
of shippers, factors and insurers.
These plan3 and epecificitions
must be forwarded to me in this
city, so as to reach here not later
than Jane 17, 1S03 Three commit
tees, selected by the chambers of
commerce of New Orleans, Memphis
and New York, have agreed to serve
as judges to decide upon the merits
of all the plans and specifications
submitted, and they will meet at
the Aragon Hotel, Atlanta, Ga , to
consider them, on June the 21st
prox. Each committee is composed
of a cotton factor, an architect and
an insurance m3.n.
W hat is most desirable in the es
timation of those whom we have
consulted upon tBe subject, is that
the greatest attention should be
given to economy, convenience of
handling and freedom from fire
hazard preventing the destruction
of any large quantity of cotton at
one time.
For further information as to scale
of drawings, &c , address, at Nash
ville, Tenn ,
Jas A. Thomas, Gen. Ag
German American Ins. Co.
0
THE REAL THING,
flnd to Kuow lie you've Got It. is a satiation.
GENUINENESS That's what we put into our Clothes, with Comfort, Wear,
Style and Fit.
All so real that they stay in, even after you're out of them for good.
"THIS HAS ALWAYS BEEN SOr-
BUT IT IS TRUER 3STOW THIST EVEP. BEFORE
Besides Clothes we ha-e everything a man or hoy wants in Furnishings ami Hats.
Cross & Linehaii
MRX'S OITTFITTKPs
1851.
THE PHEfilX
1893
C'Avioii i ijr. ?Amitel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
?nl Cbiidftfii, It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It Is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Props, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys "Worms and allays
feverishnes. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, jriviiig healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend,
s
h
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
i
OF HARTFORD, OOlSTlSr.,
One of the S t ro n ff est and Rest life Cnmnanip.s in thp Cnsmlrv.
- r v j,
Our new, 3-20 policy is a low price insurance and investment contract. Our
new 10x20 instalment policy is the lowest price Life Insurance contract iu-d
hy any old line companies in the world.
In 1892 the business of the company shows an increase in each of the follow
ing items:
ASSETS, SURPLUS, NEW PREMIUMS, INSURANCE WRITTEN, INSUR
ANCE IN FORCE,
Castoria.
CaHtoriii is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told roe of its
Ood fcfltect upon their children."
Dr. G. C. Osgood,
Lowell, Mass.
CfcfitorU i the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the Uy is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agent3 down their throats, thereby sending
ftiiem to premature graves.'"
J. F. Ktnchklok,
Conway. Ark,
Castoria,
J. B. BUNOE, Pres.
T. T.
" Castoria is so well adapted to children tha
I rticommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me."
H. A. Archer, M. D.,
Ill So, Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y,
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
aud although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that tha
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
Unitid Hospital ahd Dispkksary,
Boston, Mash.
A:jkn C. Smith, Pres ,
J. M. HOIiCCniBE, Vice-President. O.
A. A. AVELClf, Actuary.
HAY & BRO., General
RALEIGH, IV. O.
II. I.AWKENCE, ht'C.
Agents,
"it. 4aUar Company, TT M array Street, New York City.
Kelleres U $oreei ct tha uacoos mesorao6ks4
enres GONORRHtiiA nd GLEET ia i oJ day.
ottie ueatment necessary. IS ercc causes stricture j
leares any Injurious aftet effects. F?ice, (x. SS
tf druggists.
BLOOD BALM CO., Pra',, !ant. it.
LIP 'MAN BROS.. Proprio'ora.
Lippnan'g Block. SAVANNAH. GA.
CARTELS
WITTLE
IVER
PILLS.
. CURS
f:M.!n"hHn(l rt'lifvo all the troubles Incl-
'," 'rM .'a Mtaro fT ihH system, such as
NauM-a. I irowsiitess. Distress after
; ,! ' i' '.n in tin MHd, c. While their most
.' HMi'i'o-i bus been shown in curing
VPt fiRTEK'9 I.ITTr.E LlVIR TlU
'I ' Miluahlu in Constipation, curing
v' '' i itik! t Iih annfy injj complaint, whiia
, , 4-r, an disorder of tne stomach,
"Kh hvi-r aiwl regulaM the bowels,
t; v "uly cured
HE AUD
"v r-.i)i,i be almost pricelftaa V those
'' r fr in this distrensinj? complaint:
'.: v tln'ir goodness does not end
! i.. who mice try them will find
" - nils valuable in so many ways that
' t 1 t , willing to do without them.
' " a : U:,'& bead
ACHE
Mi a
rt so many lives that here Is where
"ir gri'nt boast. Our pills cure it
' --i ') not.
' ' i.im.E r.ivrn TiUJ are very small
; w , tn tnUe. One or two pills make
' ""V aru strictly vegt-talHe and do
I' r i'irg', but by their gentlo action
' '.h. nst .hem. In vials at 25 cents;
' I ' Sol 1 everywhere, or sent by maU.
s:i:ias co., i:ow tetk.
u inn
S&all Price,
WW
111: - .k four IruzUt for a
t.i.:-: -? I' ... A J.li? U. Tha only
;aturl discUarjaa an
vv;,' t : .:n-;atatai dtacbaraa ana
ft-?s I'ru ru (.liwuava of n.an and th
f,Vl tu.jf weatnoM ptculli
'" 9laeri. It CU.'Ot Id a Id
W without
IV" ff d
; . : ! r, W!iil At,
ar
lew
tha aid
doctor.
mtrican Cirl
d by
l Lvus Cl.eniicil Co.
NL
at i
" X
Ihe Karl of Craven.
This name and title are well known
in the Carolinaa, an inheritance from
their earliest settlement. "Craven"
is still the name of a county of North
Carolina, and was the name also of
a county of South Carolina in colo
nial days.
William, Earl of Craven, was one
of the eight (8) "Lords Proprietors
of Carolina named in the charter
granted in March, 1CG3, by Charles
H of England, and in the amended
charter granted by the same in
June, 1G65, in which he is styled
"our trusty and well-beloved Will
iam, Lord Craven." For some
time he was "Palatine," or
presiding officer of the Lords
Proprietors. During its pro
prietary government the laws of the
province were enacted in the name
of "His Excelency the Palatine and
the rest of the true and absolute
Lords Proprietors of Carolina."
According to Bancroft, Lord Cra
ven was reputed the morganatic
husband of Elizabeth of Bohemia,
the dadghter of James the First,
but his portrait, which haDga in the
Hensington Museum, London, bears
an inscription in which it ia stated
that he was "Son of Sir William
Craven, Merchant Tailor and Lord
Mayor off London," and that "he
died unmarried "
Is the young man who recently
married Miss Martin, of New "Xork,
of this house of Craven, and what is
his tannection with the subject of
this notice ? G. D.
New Berne, N. C.
William Craven, the first Eirl of
Craven, "Palatine," of the Lords
Proprietors of Carolina, who died
unmarried in 1G97, was succeeded
by William Craven, the grandson
of Thomas Craven, a ccu3in oi
the first Earl of Craven.
This (second) William Craven,
succeeded only to the baronetcy, not
the earldom, as second Baron of
Craven The seventh Baron of
Craven, in 1801, was created Earl of
Craven, and was succeeded by his
eldest son, William, who died in
I860, and left his eldest surviving
eon, George Grimston, third Earl
of Craven, the father of William
George Robert, who married Miss
Martin.
New Public School Books
To County Superintendents and Public School Teachers:
At a regular meeting of the State Board of Education, held in Raleigh, on
the first Tuesday in April, 1893, the following nw Text-books were unani
mously adopted for use in all the public schools of the State.
North Carolina Practical Spelling Book, - 20 Cents.
(In exchange for old Speller now in use, 12 cents.)
"Williams' Reader for Beginners, - - - - 15 Cents.
(To precede the First Reader.)
These prices include transportation to persons ordering. A liberal discount
be made to dealers and teachers. Send orders to
l(
0
D
A
A 1!
tl,feUairfo!tifclerallilt
CURES
Headache,
Neuralgia,
Tooth Ache,
Pleasantly, Quickly
Sold by
DRUGGIST,
10 $nts per Pink
Envelope (2 doses).
A Scientific
C O MPOUND.
o
A
l( 0
A l(
wi
ALFRED WlLLiAilflS
3PXJJB LISHERS,
RASLEIGH, IV. C.
The sales of each book will be very large, and all orders will be filled as rapidly
as possible.
Raleigh, April 6, 1893,
00 YOU WANT A DESK?
One that is complete in every particular- Jtp
the thing for office or home use. We offer
them at just a Bmall margin above the
cost of manufacture. Our
-COMBINED DESK and BOOK CAJSE
All complete on care at Greenville, S. (J., lur
$5 OO Cash with Order.
Solid Antique Oak, carvt-d, hand po-isotxi. vaf
nish finish, guaranteed in ever, prticular.
Dimensions 5 ft. high, 2 ti. 6 inches wld anc
10 deep. Writing Lid 23VtxU inches. Soild
Antique 0k " polish varnish finlah. Weight
packed ready for shipment, 100 lbs.
Kind Readke: We wish to impress npoii
your mind that this ia not a chewp and poorly
made desk, as one wonld suppose from the price
It is only by making them in larpe quantities,
with machinery especially adapted to the work,
buving our lumber in large quantities and by
e killed labor tnat ve do it. We save yon tbf
dealer's profit It is our aim to mate the finest
$.r .00 desK in the world, and to deal directly with
i . cod &uuier. If vou get one of these deskf
your neighbor will want one also, an ?cu3toni3r is gained for us. If you order one
of these desks you will thank u for s nding yoa this card. Let us have your confl
dence; we will not abuse it.
New York Exchange or P. O. order mu'-t accompany every order. Write naac
county and poatoffice addte?rf plainly. Audr-as all orders to
GATES DESK COIVIPARIY
Greenville S- O
Mftkers ofthe Best Desks in the World for the Monev.
$16 Jiggst
$21 MjnL
Iff 3 a 1 1 i'1 IHt 1 P.T5
mmmivmi
J1
Ills liili
lit vJt i p.
nmm
TYLER DESK CO.,
ST. LOU IS, MO
Our Mammoth Catalogue of Bank Counters,
Desks, and other Office Fcrnituub for
1H93 now ready. New Goods. New Styles
in Desks, Tables, Chairs, Book Cases, Cabi
nets, &c, &c, and at matchless prices
as above indicated. Our goods are well
known and sold freely in eTery country that
speaks English. Catalogues free. Postage 12c
Schedule in Effect Jan. 1, 1893.
DURHAM DIVISION,
Leave Durham. N. C. 6:00 a m dallt
ana arrnve at lyncntjurg io.30 a m daily.
ah trains, unrnam division, arrive at
and depart from Union Station. Lvnch
burg, Va.
Trains arrive Durham from Lynchburg
7.45 p m daily.
WINSTON-SALEM DIVISION.
Leave Winston at 1:50 p m. daily, arrive
ai rtoanoKe 7:iw p m, nany.
MAIN LINE WEST BOUND.
Leave Lynchburg, daily. 5:30 p m. foi
Roanoke, Radford, Pulaski, Bristol, and
au points sontn via k. t. v. & li. K. K.,
also for Blueiield. Parlor Car to Roanoke
Pullman Sleeper from Roanoke to Mem
phis via Knoxville and Chattanooga
Ohio K.x tension Leave Blnetleld 6.10 8
m, daily, lor Kenova and Columbus.
5.30 a m for Roanoke, Radford. Pulaski.
Bristol; also for Bluefleld, Pocahontas,
Elkhorn and stations Clinch Valley Divi
sion; also for Louisville and stations L.
& N. R. H. via Norton. Pullman Sleeper
Lynchburg to Louisville via Norton con
nects at Roanoke 7.25 a m with Washing
ton and Chattanootra.
Limited Pullman Sleepers Roanoke to
Hasnvule, Memphis and New Orleans
Dining car attached.
2:35 p m. daily for Roanoke and Interme
diate stations. Has no connections beyond
itoanoKe.
W R Ui'.XTTT.I. n P M- T iirf
A LEIGH AND OAhTON iiAlLi;j-l
in tSeci Knndy, Nov. '7. lHj'i.
TBAIW8 HOTINa KOBTB.
No. S4. Nj. Ji
l'ttDgtr 1'm. t MU.
ON COMMISSION
-DO YOU SHIP
POULTRY. EGGS, liUTTEll.
rORK.lBACON, UAMS,.1'EANUTS,
POTATOES. CAIJI5AGE, FLO UK.
I GRAIN, OR PRODUCE
OF ANY KIND ?
A. Q, BAUER,
ARCHITECT
RALEIGH, N. C,
-TIIEN WHITE TO-
Lt aaleiK- 5 WJ pin
jonneou wtreet.... b 05
Mill lirook 6 14
Neaee 5 J
Wyatt s i
Koreetville 5 Si
Wke Forert ft 81
Yocrjgimlle 5 46
Frfcokhntco i 51
Kittrells 8 14
lleuderon c so
Qreretone 6 W
Mlddldbnrg e 45
Man son is i
RidgfcWAy 6 bfj
Warren Pli.in 7 1
Maooti 7 14
Vanghan 7 'H
LirUtton 7 Hi
HaroiBit 7 f4
Oaaton 7 5H
Bolhnir h a
IrWeldon 8 15
trains Korroa torn
No. 41.
I'tMt. and Mm
DmJlv
Lv Woldoa 12 15 pm
u
Gaston 12 gfl
Hum mi t ..12 43
Littleton 12 62
Vanghan 1 03
Maoon ?
Warren Plains l 21
Hidgeway j
Maneon 1 15
Middlebnrg j 43
Grey a tone 1
Henderson .... j yo
Kittrell 2 48
Franklintou 3 00
Yonrgvill, s 18
Wake Foreat . B Ul
Forentvilie 5 35
Wyatt 3 ?o
Ken" S80
Mill Urook 8 44
Johnson Htrect . S .'.a
IrlUleigh.. 4 OS
LCCIHUnfm imt miii.
Lave LoniBbnrg at S:45 p. m , 10 1(1 a ra.
Arnvee at Fraaklinton at :.10 a oi, 9 3 aa
LeayfcB Frankhnton at H 21 a ra. 12:05 p ra.
Arrivofl at LrraLburc at7:5Q m, ll:Wi a ra.
NOB 3H and 45 train r.t t.. i.u,..
OafUjn railroad will rnn faily exc-i,t Hon.
a7 VV'H. Kkith. Hnr.t
L. T. Mteka, Gen. hnpt
J. C WiirunB. G-n'l Mid
Daily.
11 'JS an
11 SO
11 40
11 48
11 64
14 00
t'i 04 pa
12 12
J J
li a
.1 63
1 07
1 IS
1 22
1 VJ
1 Jtv
1 47
1 hfi
S T7
J 17
2 21
2 33
NO 4.
Dad ex. Hun.
8 10 m
6 21
31
8
8 4
52
7
7 18
7 27
7 82
7 37
7 44
7 54
8 7d
45
8 C7
9 (6
9 10
9 15
9 22
9 'AH
9 40
9 45 ara
D. T. JOHNSON, Agent,
AUOCHTA AI It-LINE UAILBOAO
For Trices and Shipping iJircctioni.
In effect Handay, Nor. Ji7. ij-j.
I am now receiving alrr. o.-t daily consignments
OF-.
NEW N. C. CUT HEKKINO,
and will make lowest prices to the trade.
TRAINS GOINO KOUTIi.
Leare Raleigh 4 jpj I ia
Vr7 4 (i ma
MANHOOD
"Nerve seeds,
This wonderful remedy
luarnntred to care
all nervensdispa'PS. 5urb as Weak Memory. i.o ofHraln Power
Ilrailnche, WiikrfnlnfH, l.ot Manhood, Mghtly Kmlmloni,
Qui knei.i, ;t 51 llreami, Lack of 1 onfldence. Nfrvoinnen,
all drains tuiii loss ot power In (ieneraiive uraDs 01 euner sex causeu
by over exertion, youthful error, excessive use of tobacco, opium
plans and specifications tarnished on
n?ppc.r5o -"S3 iv
"An Ounce
of Prevention
is Worth a
Pound of Cure.
MY STOCK OF
ca i 1 i
siauit anu ranry tirocenes
is selected wan tne utmost car-, t sieving
' QUALITY" AS WI1LL AS QL'AN'l ITY
ii tru-- econ-rtit'.-.
Merry Oaks
Moncnre
Hanfor 1
Cameron
Hontb'n IMnc
Arrive Uarulet
5 ra
5 31 i ra
f & V ra
't i ra
l M i ra
7 M pra
Fr t Tas
vi a ra
" tt, a ra
41 a be
05 am
i: :) a to
1 'upu
3 41 p ta
It
Always hi Store Best Grades of
ELOUR, LARI, HAMS, SYRUP. MOLASSErf.
CANNED GOODS, CAKES, CRACKER
SAUCES, KETCHUP, COCOA,
POTTED 31 EATS,
Ac, Ac, Ac
mar stimulants wi.icli lend to Intiriuity, Consumption and Insanity. Con
'Jvenleiittoonrrv in vest pocket. By mail prepaid In plain box to anj
'address for I each, or for 85. (With every 85 order we
An ounce of healthful food
Is better than a ton of
medicine
FREE AND PROMPT DELIVERY..!
TIIONE iP.!
y
e
For sale bi
CIUCTTLAK FliEK.
written icuaran tee to cure or retuna tne money.)
""' nM .iriiirL-ists Ask fnr it anil ficrent no Other. CIUCTT
BEFOjIE AM) AlILliLSl.NG. Address StSVli 8i CO. Masonic Temple, Cyklcago. 1U.
Y.
USE
Sold in Raleigh, N. C, by W. II. KING & CO., JOHN 8. PESCUD and JNO.
MAC HAE,.
ChSCHtsren-9 tubulin, X! ?? fft Wtswr
VEMNRON TWiuS
THE ORIGINAL ND CCNUIIC. Tbe oaly ffv, Pore, mad rttiabU TM1 tn nX.
r . 4 1 A. Uk nm.nii fnr Tkitketter t Auliik Diamond Brand in Ked ud (rvid aet&ltu
k.1 . m mith ninr rihhon. Take mm tfcr kind. Befutt SiAttitutiont mnd MmHimt
4. a name for pamenUri, ieumooiri, knd ,UelTe for ladles, " Utter, by retara Ma
V
w
!, Tertnxmlal. ffam Paper.
sM ar ait &ea vrauww
chichestcb CMEM1c.LuCodir
I). T. JOHXSOX, Agent,
P.AEEKiH, N. C.
16 IIARGETT STREET.
lr.
Fr t k r.
j m a ta
T 4? a ra
' :t a ra
M 0 a ra
11 It Hi
: : i ra
1 p ra
45 p ra
TRAINS GOING. N' OUT II.
Pi Jk r.it
LeaTe riamlet 7 o a rr
hoTitliern Pines 6 1 a ra
Cameron t IJara
Haiifor.l a 7 a ra
Moucur :oilam
Aktry Oak 3 j s a
Carr -o ? -
Arrl7ciialfci2h 11 17 a
i.,awPJ.17SE0B0 AILROAU.
Leave pittsbor-i n a ra an 1 ; 9 ra.
ArriTe Moncnre 10 a ra an j ; ij p ra.
Leave. Moncnre a v. a ra an 1 '., v, v ta.
Arrive lUtboro ;.i a ra an 1 1 l n
CAKTUAfiE KAILIlOAU
bCBEDULE UMLt t.l'lf.VT t L' f DA T.
Leave Carthag" H n. m.
Arrlvo Cam-ron h a. m.
Leave Cam-rn a. ra.
Arrive C'artt.ae ",y a. ru.
Leave Carthai 4 in.
Arrive Carueron 5 :jfi j. n.
Leave Cameron 6 j,.' raj
Arrive tirtiiage 7 j m.
W. C. FETT7, Marajrr
J.C. WINDED I T. MlfMuj. W. KMITH
deal Maar. SnlbupV saa
Buckwheat, Dr. J. H. Daniel,
And throw away
the medicine bottle.
DUNN, N. O.
Offers hla professional fcervicea to those
stiff ering with cancer. Will lslt patients
whenever called. Write lor pamphie on
encer, its tr eaimeni ana cure. , )-
epio-d&wly
The Phoenix Stencil Works
HTENCILN,
Rubber Stamp. Brass Checks, etc., man
ulactured to order.
8, B. TURN UK & CO.
No. 81, Water 8t., Sorfoll. Vs.

xml | txt