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JAMES H. YOTNG,....Editor and Proprietor.
J D PAIR113, G",erlTraTelin
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Gazette, Raleich, N. C.
RALEIGH. N. C, JANUARY 1, 1893
A II .PIT NEW YEAR TO YOU.
Another Christmas has come prid gone
and all who kept cool hf&ds and warm
feet must h ive had an enjoyable time for
the weather was all that could le de
sired. Festivities being over each one
must now turn tht ir a tention to the du
ties ard responsibilities which will de
volve upon them as the year gos by.
The Gazette wishes for each and all
a happy, prosperous and plentiful New
Year, and indulf fs the hope that the year
may be productive of good for all the
While deploring the sets of mobs and
evil-doers in this as well as other quar
ters we are glad to be able to say that,
with one exception, our State has been
free from mobocracy during the past
year. We urge that every law abiding
citizen t?ee to it that 1898 is an improve
ment as to good oder over 1897.
We reaffirm that The Gazette will
stand in the future as in the past the un
fnlttricg friend of the law-abiding citi
zen, but ihe uncum promising enemy of
law-breakers regardless of race or con
dition, not only because that course is
right but for the further retson that the
Bifety of life and property depends upon
the observance of the law alike by all the
people. Let each of us see who can do
the mott to put North Carolina in the
font rank along all right lines.
With malice towards none but charity
for all we make our dibut for 1898 and
hope to be both a welcome and interest
ing visitor to you for the next twelve
By way of parenthesis we will remark
that the result of the election this year
in North Carolina is to determine whether
th Democratic party is to be allowed to
di.-fianchise negro voters of this Stale
under the forms of law a it has done in
the ether Southern States, or whether
the voters belonging to that race are to
cominue to exen-ise the God given right
of casing their ballots, and in this ap
proaching great struggle we assure you
that The Gazette will be found in the
tr iefcet-t of the battle fighting for human
rights and pemnal liberty. Whether
the eremies to these vral matters are
within the fold or without, The Gazette
ehall not heeitate to uncover their wick d
plars, schemes snd methods in order that
the j eople may be warned of the mar
plots and their measure. No campaign
during the past twenty years has been
fraught with pomuch for either the weal
or woe of the entire people of this blessed
old State. In order to keep fully posted
in this importance fight let each 8ub
icriber tend us a renewal at once, if it is
due, and alf-o fee that his neighbor sends
us a subf cription, and we assure them
that their efforts will be duly appreciated.
DISFRANCHISING THE NEGRO.
Sculh Carolina liasMieoeedcd in Depriv
ing 12s, ()(;( i;nck Men of the
Right to Vole.
South Cartlina has just eufceeded in
effectually disfranchising 128,000 negroes,
and with last week terminated all hopes
of having the suffrage clause, under
which it was done, declared unconstitu
tional by the Federal Courts.
In 1895 a Constitutional Convention
was called for the avowed purpose on the
part of Senator Tillman and others of
forever and effectually removing the ne
gro in this State from politics. How to
do this in the face of the Fifteenth
Amendment of the Federal Constitution,
and at the same time not disfranchise a
eing'e white man, was the problem with
which the Convention was confronted.
After weeks of deliberation the following
clause was inserted in the article on the
right of suffrage, which it was hoped
would accomplish the desired end:
"Up to January 1, 1898, all male per
sons of voting age applying for registra
tion who can read any section in this
Constitution, when read to them by the
registration officer, or understand and
explain when read to them by the regis
tration officer, shall be entitled to register
and become electors."
At the time of the introduction of this
"understanding clause," as it was called,
the ablest lawyers in the Convention ex
pressed grave doubts as to whether it
would st-ind if its constitutionality were
assailed before the Federal Courts. As no
better solution was offered, this was
adopted, with the hope that no test of it
would be made in the courts by the dis
qualified negroes. Their anticipations
have been verified, and, since the regis
tration baoks have been closed for the
last time this year, there no longer re-,
mains any chance for the understand
ing clau e" to be declared in controven
tion to "he Fifteenth Amendment.
That th s claute has been effectual in
accomplishing what was intended by it
none will gainsay. Under its operatiors
only 12.000 of South Carolina's 140,000
negroes of voting age have become quali
fied electors. At the sime time, its ope
ration in favor of the whites has been
equally effectual, for 90.000 have been
duly regibt red. This State's electorate
is thus composed of 90,000 white and 12,.
000 negro voters.
After January 1st the qualifications for
registration are education and property.
The Constitution provides:
Any person who shall apply for regis
tration after January 1, 1899, if otherwise
qualified, shall be registered; Provided,
That he can both read and write any sec
tion of this Constitution submitted to him
by the registration officer or can show
that he owns and has paid all taxes col
lectible during the previous year on prop
erty in this Stite assessed at $310 or
more." New York Tribune.
JUST LIKE THEM.
"Louisiana Democrats, in session at
Baton Rouge, dtc'ared by resolution that
one of the purposes of the new constitu
tion ehall be thit the government of the
State may te 'entrusted to her intelli
gent white citizens.'"'
Exactly so; South Carolina not long
ago adi pted an amendment to her con
stitution establishing both an educational
and a property qualification. It requires
that the applicant for registration shall
be able to read and explain any eection
of the Constitution of the United States
that the registrar may select, or if he
cannot read them he must explain- to the
satisfaction of the registrar the section
read to him, or he must be the owner and
have paid the tax on $210 worth of prop
erty to entitle him to register and vote.
In North Carolina poverty and disability
makes a man excusable from paying poll
tax but does not interfere with his riht
to vote. Will they, in South Carolina,
excuse the fellow from paying tax who
cannot read and has not the necessary
property? In case of war will they ex
empt him from military duty because he
is poor and illiterate? Will the intelli
gent white citizen do all the fighting and
and pay the taxes as he enj ys all the
privileges of citizenship? Thisissimply
another phase of the movement now be
ing made by Democratic machine bosses
to enslave and oppress the poor ancLillit
erate voter, and to establish and build up
under our government an office-holding
oligarchy. This is an effort to secure by
peaceable and constitutional means the
same ecds that were attained by the
Democratic machine in North Carolina
through fraudulent registration, ballot
box stuffing and bullpen voting arrang
ments, ard which were overthrown by
the co-operation of Republicans and Pop'
ulists. The Republican wares its readers
to beware cf the delusive cry of "white
supremacy," which only means a restora
tion of the Democratic machine to power
again, and the degradation alike of the
poor white men and the innocent ne
groes. Winston Republican.
" Reap wisdom from his furrowed face,
Cull counsel from his fear;
O, speed thee, young heir, in gifts and in
And blessings on thee, New Year."
Mrs. Dr. A. M. Moore and children, of
Durham, are in the "Boro" on the Tar
vi&iiipg her mother and rela'ives. She
was or e of the mnny guests of the Bi i.lg-ers-Dancey
Hon. A. R. Bridgers, of Winston, has
spent snnip time arming his friendd enj jy
ing the Chiistmas festivities.
Rev. O. L. W. Smith, of Wilson, is
somewhat cf a politician as wel1 as a min
ister. Bishop B. W. Arnettand Congress
man Whi'e made a hit f.r the Kevir-nd.
He has been appointed Envoy and Minis
ter Plenipotentiary to Lioria. C 'Duress
man White and Bishop Arnett of the A.
M.E.Church are still getting in their work.
Rev. Smith is an indefatigable worker,
and a man of strong character.
Miss Anna Bridgers is here spending
the holidays witi her sis'er. M-s. W. F.
Dancey. Mr. Thomas B. Newton, Jr.,
The Sweet Heart Band, under the lead
ership of Mr. Cse-ar Forben, bid- fair 1 i
be one r f the lea ling bands of the Statj.
"Snap Shott" was the deligh ed recipi
ent of two entrancing serenades during
the holida s.
Rocky Mount! Look out! They are
after your tcalp.
Miss Cora Cain has returned from a
recent xiAt to Wat-hirgt n. Mr. Fl-m-ming
Allen had the liht -f wy last Sun
day, but he is not a ladies' man not he !
Mrs. H. P. Walker is expected here to
morrow. Mr. F. L. Battle is in the " B ro" on a
visit, and is a candidate for Register of
Deeds in '98. He says he will Joug-dis-tance
Hines, Garrett, Bryan and others.
Mr. Henry Cherry is here on a visit to
his family. Mr. Cherry is looking well.
"Snap Shots" visited Lawrence an i
finds that Miss Ada Dickens is a general
favorite and is doing efficient work ami ng
the young people there along literary
lines, aside from her official duties.
We are pleased to note that Mr. C. B.
Bellamy's health is much improved.
Mis. F. D. Dancey is a typical hostess as
was evidenced at the grand reception at
their residence in honor of the marriage
of their son, Mr. Willie F. Dincey, to the
brilliant Miss Bridgers. It was the unit
ing of two powerf uljhouses, thai of Dancey
and Biidgers. The ex Myor was all
smiles. Bridgers received a son and
Daticey a daughter.
The Humble Workers Circle of Kings
Daughters and Sons will give a literary
entertainment, followed by refreshments
to night at Masonic Hall. Indications
point to a financial success.
Esse Quam Videri.
Raleigh, N. C, Dec. 21, 1897.
Editor News and Observer, Raleigh, N. C.
In a recent issue if the Newt and Ob
server I find the following: "Shaw Uni
versity will not takw any holidays for
Christmas, it is said. They intend to teach
even on Christmas day."
I wish to say with reference to this an
nouncement that in accordance with the
wish of a large ma jority of the students,
we Bhall not this year errant the custom
ary Christmas vacation of a week. Nearly
all of our students are dependent upon
their own exertions for money to pay for
their education. Ia past years the cost
of a Christmas vacation has been on an
average about equal to our charges for
b iard, tuition, room-rent, beat, light and
janiior's service for an eutire mouth. As
so many have expressed a desire to do
without the vacation, save the expense
and close a week earlier in the spring, so
that they can get to work more promptly
and prepare for' the next eesion. it has
been thought best to dispense with the
customary Christmas vacation.
Apropos of the statement that we in
tend to teach even on Christmas dy, it
is enough to cll attention to the fact that
Christmas falls on Stturday.
Y U'8 very truly.
(Signed) Chas. F. Meserve,
Let everybody prepare for the big cele
bration of the Emancipation Celebration
on Saturday, January 1st. Recoider
Cheatham will arrive here Friday after
noon or night.
Koclty Mount Grit?, 1S9S.
We send greetings tr THE GAZETTE,
and wish Editor Y ung and fora every
success in their noble ff-irt for the bet
terment of the race in 1893. .
In our " Grits," we shall endeavor td
writ3 nothing, but that which is for race
good. We shall spare no pains in criti
cising that which, we think, is detri
mental to the race. In cur politics we
shall be p'ain and square and advocate
for co-operation in matters by which all
may be benefited. We shall openly ad
vocate the retention of a representative
for Congress in the Second District, and
denounce in no untsltering terms any
colored person, who uilltrytoob truct
the tame, w th treachery and humbug
ery. We shall seek to educate our people
on principles throughout.
Mr. Peter Dai den is visiting his eon in
Misses Ella Pearce and Rosa Gray, two
of R cky-Mount's fair belles, returned
from Estey Seminary to spend the holi
days twith their pirents.
Mr. Woodly Giaes sent Xmas in
Giei-nst'Oro with relatives.
Mr. W. R. Uarrit-oti, of Washington,
D. C, is epending the holiday with his
family. He is as j vial ?;S ever.
Mest-rs. U. E. and J. L. Spicer came to
see their best girls also
Prof. S. C. Dixi n visited relatives in
Ralfigh during the holidays.
Mis-S Madie Drake went to Goldsboro
to spend Xmas with friends. And s me
onelse wnt ali-o, guesa their name?
Mr. S. I. Faisou, don't hive to sing
"Oh, where is my girl to-niyht " now.
He knows already.
The- banquet given in honorof Rv. Dr.
James Dcous, on his return to this dis
trict, was a brilliant affair. The t ast de
livered by Prof. S. II. Vick, was a master-piece
indeed, and all present enjoyed
ic to the fullest extent. The reply by Dr.
Deans was another stroke of oratory, in
ueed it was fruperhfrom beir.nii gtoend.
He illus rated the many progrensis the
negro wasmaking. He pi tinly illustrated
tie recognition ihe ngro was receiving
from the present National administra
tion, aud said that he had the honor of
belonging to the denomination that pre
St nted the Bibe to the Supreme Justice
to adrniiiis.er the oath of ffice to Presi
dent McKialy, this remaik captured his
audience, to say nothing elee.
In behalf of one of our people "Grits"
will say ycuare w elcome yea, thrice wel
come to Rocky Mount, Doctor feel only
Supper was Eeatlv served and all went
away, rejoicing only wishing the D.jctor
a prosperous New Year. All honor is due
to Messrs. P. L. Edwards aud C. E.
Bryan, managers for the occasion. Space
forbids our naming are present.
W. s. Armstrong.
Program of Emancipation.
Dear Editor: Please insert in your
valuable paper for us this week the fol
By order of a call meeting of the Exe
cutive Committee of Emancipation, the
people aeinMed in tv e C. M. E Church.
Apex, Friday night, Decemb. r 10 h, and
is-ued the following program for Jan. 1,
Orator of the Dy Rf-v. W. H. Norris.
Poetess Miss B. E. Kookrum.
Essay M' s. I la E. Morris.
Ntgro Since Eiuancipilion Rev.
The young ladies have arranged
have a n-w year's dinner at 2 p. m.
Chi-f Marshal Thomas Alston.
N'ght: There will be a conceit, given
by the young ladies.
Placeof meetir g Cnlkgiate Hall, time
10 o'clock. J. A. Blffau.e, Pies.
Rkv G. II. Page.
Miss B. E. Pookrum, StC
JONES & POWELL,
Feed, Shingles, Laths,
COAL AND WOOD.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
iu and Shippers of
SALT FISH A SPECIALTY.
ALL GOODS GUARANTEED.
Front St. MarVet. Wiltnineton. N C.
A SUMMER SCHOOL
For Colored Teachers
At the A. & M. College.
First Annual Session will begin Tu s
d.;y, July 27;h. 1'7, and continue three
A competent c-Tps of profssron;l
ttcheis leprt'S'-niing- many of lie lead
ing tsrhot Is anil colleges of the State, has
I) cri nyrtgofl. T-t :u- very low. Wiite
h r eiroulars. A'iilres,
A. t M. Collkge,
4r Greensboro, N. C
J. R. FEWLIi ca,
Wholesale and Retail
222 Payetteville Street,
RALEIGH, N. C.
The Largest and Best Stock of Staple and
Fancy Groceries in the City.
Ouality the Best. Prices the Lowest.,
ME YEARS EXPERIENCE
Qualifies file tola Neat Work !
Ifyoiiwishycurwall WELL PAPERED,
give- me a trial.
A fine assortment of piper. Give me a
trial and b? convinced that I am the
Cheapest Paper Hangrr in the
The undersigned, -having been appoint
ed administrator rf Willis Tayi r de
ceased, gives ro'icetoalf person,-having
claims ogainst the said Wiliis Tayl r t
present said claims to him on or tH'fnrp
the first day of October, 1S98. and on fa l
lire to do.fo, this notice will heylead i
bar of their recovery. This Sept. P0. 1897.
JAMES H. YOUNG,
Administrator of Willis Hryltr
VACANT LOTS FOR SALE
On monthly payments; 'one-sixth c:ih,
balance in twenty monihly installments,'
without inures'.. IVrfo-s desiring to see
lots can call at cur fli e and we; will
t .ke pleasure in f-hoifg them to you.
. Wynne. Ellington & Co.
Several houses to sAl cheap y paying
a email Ci.sh payment, balance in month
Wynne, Ellington & Co.
When you wish to purchase a huillin?
lot or a bou-e and lot, or sefl your prop
erty, call tn us.
. Wynne, Ellington & Co.
We, the undersigned, are pre par d to
do such work as building or rebuilding
of private telephone tsnd telegrph lirxs
at short notice and cheap. Satisfaction
guaranteed. You will ieceivt rrpni:f
a'tentiin by leaving r otice at N iv 3J8
W Ft Cannon street, R-l-igh, Gohl.-b ro,
N. C, or Wilmington, N. C.
Faucktt & Fuller.
No. 132 S. WILMINGTON STREET (Opposite Royall & Borden's
Prescriptions a Specialty !
Pure Drugs and Chemicals !
Call and inspect our stock of Perfumery, Powders, Soap, Hair
Brushes, Clothes Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Nail Brushes, Comb3
Writing Paper and School Tablets.
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobicco of all kinds kept in stock.
J. W. SATTBRWHITB, Drug-gist.
PI A RDWA R
Guns and Pistols, Paints, Oils, Glass,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
LIME, PLASTER, CEMENT.
T. H. BRIGGS & SONS. Raleigh. N. C..
And at Lowest Prices,
For Christmas !
AT B. W. UPCHURCH'S, 15 EAST HARGETT ST.
Best Citron, 20c. lb. I
Loose California Raisins, 10c. '
Figs, 10c. lb.
Mixed Nuts, 121c.
Seeded Raisins, 15c. lb.
French Mixed Candy 10c. lb. j
Jellies, 10c lb.
Hog Chitterlings, 10c. lb. i
Pure Lard, 7c. lb. ,
Mince Meat 10c. lb.
Sweet Apple Cider 10c. qt.
Cream Cheese 12 c. lb.
Butter Nuts 10c. lb.
Best Green Coflee, 10c. lb.
1 Bar Soap and 1 Box Bluing for
Oat Flakes 4c. lb.
B. W. UPCHURCH.
APE NORMAL ASP COLLEGIATE
APEX. WRTn CAROLINA.,
Fall term iv-g ns October 1st. B auti
fill an 1 hoalihful location. About five
minutes walk east i f depot. Excellent
watr. School of high grade for both
sexes. (I i difcipline, full courses of
study normal, theological and colle
giate". Social attention to instrumental
and voc:d music. - A corps of competent
touchers has lmn selected. Terms: Tui
tion $1.50 per mor.th in advance. O'od
board can bp procured from $ to $0 per
nion'h. For further information address
W. IT. Morris, B. D.,
Arx. N. C.
SALE OF LOT IN OBERLIN.
Bv virtue of power conferred upon me
bv a e'dif tiust executed by Larkin S.
Hill, uridisiid d-ed is duly received in
Regis-ry.f Wake County, in B nk No. 97,
at agf 771, I will pell to the highest bid
dor to r sh at thee tirthoueo!oor in the
city of Rale'gh. N. C. on Monday, No
vemb r 8. 1897, at 12 o'clock M., the land
in said deed OescnU'd, lying in Oberlin:
I ginning at a stake on ihe new toad
W. II. Moore's southwest corner, runs
roarly E st with his line, 1 ch. and 48
Iks. o a fitake; thence n irly South with
th- line of R. E. Ellis & Bro., 2c h. and
70 Ik, to the road; ttier.ee Northeast
wardly, with lhe-ttern boundary of the
road, 2chs. amt S. Iks. to the beginning,
c on ai;ui g 52 100 f an acre, more or Ie-.
Ms i, cit same t ine anil place, all the
hotis'-hoM and kitclun furniture of paid
Larkin S. Hall.
B. F. MONTAGUE.
.'Raleigh, N. C, Sept. 2, 1897.
Good Apples 25c. pk.
Cut Herrings 7c. per doz.
Vinegar 5c. per qt.
Syrup 30c. gal.
Table Peaches 12c. lb.
Arbuckle's Coflee i2c.
Crescent Coflee 12c.
Rice 5c. lb.
1 doz. boxes Matches 5c.
Large Cucumber Pickles lc.
White Meat 6c. lb.
Flour. Meal, -Bran and Ship
Stuff at Lowest Prices.
Large 50c Oysters, 35c qt.
35c. Oysters, 25c. qt.
25c. Oysters, 20c. qt.
WILMINGTON AlTUAVEt.DON UAH'
ROAD AND BRANCHES,
AND FLORENCE RAILROAD.
DATED ?U i$
- Deo. 0. '7. . .
A. M.lp. M. A. M.'f. X.
Leave Weldon.. II IV 9 4t ........ ......
Ar. Rocky Mount 12 W lut6.... .
Leave Tarboro... 12
Lv. Rocky Moan I 00 10 s!ZZZ 6 4-i 12 47
Leave YVliaon 2 2 II M 22 2 87
L. Fayellevllle.. t 47 1 14 ..
Arrive Fioreuce. 7 86 8 lo ..... ..
P. M. A. M.
Leave Ooldnboru ....1.... 7 (1 8 20
Leave Magnolia ......... 8 06, 4 24
Ar. Wlliuiofflon 9 StM 6(0
a. m.'p. m.
Thai.ns 7iu mjki h
A. M. P. M.
Lt. Florence....... 9 6 ..mm. 8 1 ... ... ...mm.
Lv. Fayeiuvllle. 12 XI 10 15
Leave !Slma....... m ...
Arrive vVIIhod.... 2 & . u Oj .... .
P. M. A. M.
Lv. Wilmlugtorj. . ..-. 7 to 9 8ft
Lv. AltitCUolia ... s hu II 04
Lv. UolOiiboro. .... 10 10 12 U
Leave Wilson 2 aJ ... lill It i2 M
Ar.H-.cky Mount jf 12 41 Il &7 i 4
Leave Tarboro... 12 L
Lv.Rocky Mount 8 ... i4... ..
Arrive WelUoo... 4 3:1 I i ,.
P. M K. M f. M
t Daily except Monday. (Daily except Hod
day. Train on the Hootlaad Neck Branch Road
leaves VVeldua atk3:5a p. m.. li all lax 3U p. in.;
airtveMootlaud Nee u 6: A) p. ui., (ireeuvllle
6:o7 p. rn., KIOfH0 7:55 p. m. lteiurnlnx,
leaven Kintuoa 7: 0 m., Greenville 8:52 a. ui.:
arriving llalilax t 11:18 a. ixi., Weluon 11:03
a. rn., d.illy except bunday.
TiaiUHou WaniilnKtou iiraucb leave Wah
iuKioo8:Jua.m. anu 2 3ip. m., arrive Parmele
li a. m aud 4.01 p. iu., leluroluK Itave far
mete 9:30 a. m. audb:ao p. m., arrive Wwb
lagtoa H:w a. ra. ai.d 7:2U p. to., dally except
Traiu lea vet Tarboro, N. C, daily except
Sunday, 5.dU p. ru.; Sunday, 4:1j p. m ; arrive
HyuiouLli at 7:40 p. u , o.IO i. m. Return
ing, leaver Plymouth dally except Hunday,
7 a. m., Kanday 9.-00 a. m., arrive Tarboro
10:"5 a. m., IIju a. in.
Train ou Miuiaud, N. C, BrxDCh leavei
Goldbboro daily, except Haoday. at 7:10a. in.;
arriving Hmittjueld at 8:J0 a. m. Returning,
leaves Hoi 1 th fit IU at a. m. ; arrive at Uolda
boro at 10:25 a. m.
Traloa on Nabvllle Branch leaves Rock;
Mount al 4:30 p. rn.; arrives Nub vine at 5:(to
f. Hiring Hope 5.-J0 p. m. Iteturning,
eaves Mpriug Hope at k;W a. m., Nasbvllle
8:3a a. iu.; arrive at Rocky Mount al 9:05 s. iu.
daily, except Hunday.
Train on Clintoa branch leaves Warsaw for
Clinton dally, except Hunday, at 1120 a. m.
and 4:15 p. m. Riurnlng, leaves Chuton al
7.1XJ a. iu. and 8:00 p. m.
Train No. 78 maaes close connection at Wel'
dou for all points North dally, all rail via.
Rtcumond, also at Rocky Mount with Nor
folk and Carolina Railroad for Norfolk, and
ail points North vIh Noriolk.
11. M. EMERSON, Oen'l Pass. Agent.
J. R. KKNLY.
T. M. EMERSON.
CAPE KKAR AND YADKIN VALLEY
JOH.n UILL, Receiver.
Is ErrKCT Novbmbkb 2S. 1897.
7.3) p. m. Ar.
..... Wl I m I n g ton Lv
... Kayetlf vl lie ...... Ai
.... Fay e t evil le L
Man tord ............ Lv
..... Ureeuisboro. L
Hiok end al e ....... 1
Rural Hall L
:t.oo a. m.
!2.lo p. rn.
; 12.22 -
11. Via. m.
II. OH "
No. a. No. 4.
7.15 p.m. Ar...BmnetUivine....L H.oOa. rn.
6.15 " Lv.. .Mlton..-Ai t 02 -
ll " Ar Maitn..L n.07
5 41 Lv......R-d Hpnngs L 9.3S
6.07 ' LV Hope Mlll-......Lx I0.J0 M
4.&0 ' Lv Fayetteville A 10.40
Dally Ex- Dally Ex.
cept Hun- cept Hun-
d'y m'x'd d'y m'x'd
No. 15. No. 14.
6.10 p. m. Ar ..IUrnneur w.Lv 8 40 a. m.
4.2 ' Lv 1 Umax Lv M.i
3.15 " Lv......Ureeusboro A' 9 17
2.15 r Ureensbor .L 9.35 "
1.2-i " Lv.. HtokeMdle.......L H4)7 "
12.35 " v.MadltKn ....Ar li.jj "
At Fayetteville with AtUnilr Const Line at
"BiUm with Carolina Central Railroad, at
Red Hitrlfg with the Re I Hprlng and Bow
inoie ltallrad, atHanford withHaboard Air
Line, at Uuif with Ihe Durham and i harloite
Railroad, at UreenNboro with Houmern Rail
way ompany, at Walnut Cove with Norfolk
A Western Railway.
W. E. KYLE.'
J. W. FRY, Oen. Pas Agent
NORFOLK &. CAROLINA RAILROAD.
Dated Nov. 29, 1897.
8TAT10. ' gj
P. M A. M.
Lv. Norfolk A r. 8 05 10 30
Pinners' Point 6 40 10 15
Drivers 6 13 9 41
Huffolk 6 00 9 2b
. Jale 4 81 8 44
Tunis 4 13 8 23
Ahokey 3 6l 8 04
Aulander , 3 41 7 48
llobgoud 3 01 7 08
Ax. Tarboro Le. 2 45 8 45
.Rocky Mount. 1 45 6 17
P. M A. M.
f Dally, except Hunday.
Trains No. 49 aud 48 solid trains between
Plnuern' Point and Wilmington. Traiu No.
4tf connects at Rcky Mount with train 23 for
all points Boutli and No. 78 train for all points
O. M. 8ERPELL,
J. R. KENLY,
T. M. EMERSON,
Oem'l Pauengtr A gent.
ATLANTIC AND NORTH CAROLINA
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
. In ErrKCT Sunday, November 18, 1894.
GOING EAST. GOING WEaT
Paa'ng'x Dally Pas'ng'r Dally
Ex. Hunday. Ex. Hunday.
-t 8TATI0N8. 11
Arrive Leave.1 Arrive Leave.
P. M. P. K. A. M. A. M.
8 20 Goldnboro a )
4 Z 4 30 Klnston . 9 38 9 43
6 50 5 58 Newbern . 8 07 8 20
7 28 7 33 4orehead City 6 82 8 87
P. M P. M. A.M. A.St.
Train 4 connects with Wilmington 8t Wel
..entr,B 1)00 ,na North, leaving Goldsboro al
11:35 a. m., and with Richmond and Danvllls
train West, leaving Ooldhboro at 2 p. m and
with WllmlngtonrNwbern and NNoi "al
Snnt"1 WllmiDgton and Intermediate
T.rin?oonnecl w,th Klchmond and Dan
)Z tirr.,.n'.rr,T,n "l"boro 8 p. m., and
SotAhWa1t,TmlRnd We,dn U'ln Vm
no. l train also connects with Wilmington
i 7 . 1 . r. . r . '" t jLiiiiBgvon ano
luKHunuutw imiow. B. DILI
WILMINGION. NEW ORLEANS,
NEW YORK, BOSION, PHILCLLf HIA.
HCUKDCLE XS Eri'KCT ht t. 7. IKIIT.
Lv New York, via Pa ICR.
i No. I .1. t No. 41.
' I !
pill ' H
Hill i 4
pn. 1 1 1
Mill ' .
U i Ii Hi
hlciiiuuHU, Ma A.
LTNorhilK. Via . A.
Lv WiUlon, via M A. Li
Ar liemlernon, ....
Ar Durham, viatiTA. L.
Lv Put limn,
ai luofin, ih t. a. i...
hM,uihcin Plm-n, " ....
VS Mdfboro, " ....
' Monrof, ....
AijUiiHiiMlle, vii . i. 1...
A rCnet-l im ?Ta I ... . .
LvjL4iunioiM,t; .N..v I..I..H.
ArCnulwii, vih r. A. L....
" AlhviiK, ....
" AllitiiUi, (Cent ml Tlim )
1 A .Kl
Mil. " IU
U III I
No. 4(U. 1 .No. 3
LvAtluuta,(cVu.TiVM. A. 4. J2n n'n
' W imici, via . A. !... 2 40 pin
Allien. 3 ill -
" Liieriou. " .... i i i ,
" AbbevilJe, " (, 15 ;
"Greenwood, .... 6 41 "I
" lliiUiu, " i ' !
7 mi pm
10 42 "
12 .il Hill
1 10 "
2 M "
ii Ui '
t iv ,,
Ariluinii ..cINTa L.lt It!
Lv L IHKIrl , a. I. .
Ar Cliai lolle, v Im .a. l.
j i.i pm 4 ;i hiii
IU lli - B kill
Lv Monroe, via H. A. L- pn
11 Hi "I Ii 1. 1
Il Ul lalll
At W illlllligluu, "
Km It? 1 1? Ii.
; ;tu Mm t .m cm
il I I ' " WWlMlll
2 Hi hiii '11 .'Li "
3 Ji " I (10 "
t i - Mill t 4 OW pin
t 5 A) pin 111 10 Mill
4 & Mill 3 00 J'lil
8 15 i O.jO "
11 21 pin 11 10 "
I 43 pur li 4i hiii
3 i pm: 3 1 1 "
ii " It 5.1
Ar Dm imui, via fs. A.
Lv Uuriiaiu, "
Al We dou, via tt. A.
" Richmond .
" WashlL.g'ii, via Pa. R.R.
" New ors,
Ar 1'oruiiiuutn, via M.A.i I 7 .Ai'ain it .) pm
" Norfolk, 7 ixi 4)0i "
Dally. fDully Ex.hund'y. JDll Ex.Mon'y
Nos. 403 and 402, "The AliiinU ixjHiial' m."
Id Vexiiouled 1 rain ol PuiIiiimii hitt jH i tnd
Coaches between V hMiiiikI"" and AUmiuh.
alao Put. man iMt-epeis bviwccu PoriMiiouih
and ClicMcr, m. C.
Nos.41 and 3h, "The M. A. L. Kxpn-MN." Solid
Train, CoacheN and PmIiiiimii Mih i h Im-I hi n
l'oi IMiiuulli hihI Atlanta, t'ouipnuy Nci ik in
between (Juluuibia and Atiiinla.
IVolli IraiUH iiiaKe luiiiit-ilixle con licet Ion ul
Atlanta lor Moiiigoiiieiy, .i..l.n-,.Si w urii miih,
TeXiM,tJallIuruia, Mexico, CIimIImium.h.., NmxIi
Vllle, Mcinpliln, AIhaoij, 1-loiiim.
r'or tlcKel, Uf)e-N null lilluiniullou, apply
to Ticket AgHHiN, vr lo
11. S. LEA HI), hoi. 1'u m. AkL.
lul mil, A. c.
K. MT. JOHN, Vlre-PriM. and (mh. ,Mu.
V. E MctlEE, lieu. Su-iliiU nuriiL.
II. W. Ii. ulxi Kit, IimIIh' .MMiitmrr.
T. J. ANDERSON, livu. I'iow. AKt-nt.
Geuera; Ollices : t OK I H.MoL' HI , VA.
L'U.MLNtl Mlll.Dl LI .
Im I'.rttAT Jl'nk 14, li'.m.
TRAIN'." LEAVE KALEKill DA1LV.
"SOHI'ol.K AMI I'll ATI AMi' Hi A l.lMITKIl."
4:12 P. H. IlAII.YMiilliI XfLt ll.nl. .1 l.ul.. ...i.l.
sieeiier inuii .oiioi lo tliMtlnn....,; i ,
u...... v.... ... i.
- - i i i.i I, n I I II
l'Jl .'HM(M ion, AKIICMIII'
lAllfl lv lltlVVIli..
Coiuiei-UMi lrurliMin for Oxford, 1i Wiv1Ui
and Kevillf, exi-epl SniuiMy. At (Hi-iiih.
boro Willi tlie WxhliiiiKlou nun Houl h wwicrn
Vextiiuleili;Llliiltei;liaiii loi all mliiU Noil Ii
aud witu maiu line u.ini, No. IA lor HhiisiiIi ,
Kuril laioi.cl mnl 1111..1 ih.mI i.. i. i....i .1 .. 1 1. .... .
.......... u... ,,ni 1 11 phi.
HOW, 1 1 HA l-Ollllt-l'IIOI. or i lll.lll.f-l,llll
Wl.lllnulll llln. h.in N... l .1 1
KnL Mml " r,irriii.il,,ll.. hJrii .........
Vllle, Atianta auU all niu,o isotun; m1mi iki
luuibia. AUtfUMa, CI in 1 11 Um,S.. hi.iiIi, JM k.
souvllleauu all toiuU iu Eloil.ln. iii,riiig
Car for Allan la, JavkMiilt I lie, and Mt I'Iimi tolli
wuh (Me ping car lor AugtuiM.
NORFOLK AKII ( H ATTA Mxnl A I.I M ITIH.I."
11:45 A. M. ItAlLr Solid tialu. i-eiiMiMIng
of Ptiiimau sUfping lr aud rotti-lii-H irom
Challaiiooga Ui Norfolk, aniMiig NoilolK
6rtl P. M. 111 11. tie in coiiiin't wilii 1 in- oiil
Doiii.tnon, MerdiulilV anil .Mm. i', Noiloiu
aud WanlilliKUiu and llnlllllioiv, I lnK..ki
and Richmond . S. Coiiiutuii-a lor all jioiutu
north and fnl.
Connects at SeluiH for r iiyrf levllle iiml In
U-riueUiHle siaiious on tin- W iimiu aim 1 i j -elleviue
Slion Cut, dally. x.-i pt fMiu.iH, lor
NewU-rn aud MouIm h.j Ciiy, Umly lor iiodhv
boro, Wliuiluguiu and liiU iuifiiiMte MhIIouh
wu the v lltuiuguiu aud Wnuon luilnmd.
8:i0 A. M. Daii.v-Coiiihh:,h at DiiiIimiii for
Oxford, Key k vine, Kiciiiiiooii ; ul ini ui.lHr.i
for V aMUiugtou and an olnU Noilli.
8.09 p. m. Daily t or Ooidiiboro and lut r.
' IXICAL ACi-ilM VOIIATION.
2:00 A. M -0.iiimi u ul lirwiihlKiro for all
OOlUtS for Norlll uml hniili .....I ll'iiLf..,.
. - - - " " "'....a ..111. I.M.
Salem aud hiiiUoii me Noilhwi-hit ru Norm
ruMillna U..lli.u.4 s s . t . m
s. w.s.ss iknii i w.x, k rttuuiiry iti mi i
Id WenliTu iSuiili ( unhlna K uji inc.
- " "ivm ("nuts f st v
CbarlotU; for rpHriauuurg,4nx'u vine. AUn im,
DPNMW. C ,1 1 1(71 II tlss 1 I ASIliI U ..1.1... I. . . 4 .
TRA1NH AH1UVK AT RALEIGH, N
w KXPKKKM TRAIN.
3.-0.J p. m. Daily Prom AtiAnta, Cluirimii.
Greensboio aud all Hiinin Soiuli.
NORFOLK AVI) I'll ATTA NO K4 A LIMITKll.
4:i2 p. m. Dawly-Pioui all ikiIuIn ihki, Nor
Tolk, iaiUno, Wilson aud wiiu-r IIik-h.
From Goltihltoio. W iliiiiiiguin, Kayi'lli'Vllli
aud all iioiuui in I jtwu-iu Chk.iIii.
NORFOLK AND H ATTA Noon A I.IMITII).
11:40 A. M. Daily Kroin New lork, Wahli
in If mil. I.Vtlfllhll r.' I tun i ill.. .,t a J ........ .........
. . . " ' ' " ...... . .... ni.v. .1, , , , ,
I liul luiiii.11,.1 L'........iu ai . .
'"'6 l nuuiilir, llOk njirillgh
8:50 a. m. Daily Prom Goidhhoro and
termed late stations.
7:20 a. m Iliti vkr,.,,. u .1...
. . " -------- - ...... pm iininmi HIIIJ HII
point North and South. MoipingCar Iniiu
w . . .. ru-. r i . luiit 1 1. 1 1.
9.00 P. M. Daily, mw pt Sunday, from Golds
boro and all point t-jLu
Ixx-al IrelKlil train also Carry i-HSM-mji rs
I'ul I man cars ou night Iimiu irom luuiuh
Through Pullman Vestibuled Drawing
Room Bullet sm ping Csr hh.I ViMihuU d
coHCties without clianKe ou N'orloU Lliiul.'.l.
Double dally lot tun Ulvvw,, lUli-lgh, clmr
lotte and Allauia.. tiulck lime; uih-x-. i-.
accommodatiou. W OUi l-N
W. A. TURK, Hlri,.i,;,do,;t.
General PaMuongcr Agent,
Wahiugl in, D. C.
J. M. CULP, i ralllc Malinger.
WILMINGTON. NEWIiEUN Ik NOR
POLK RAILWAV COMPANY.
IN EFFECT SUNDAY, OCT. X, IH95.
DAILY, EXCEPT HUNDAY,
Lv. Wllra'gton Mulberry Mt...
Leave Jacksonville. tM
Ieave Msysvllle I u,.
Leave Pollocksvllle 4 ii
Arrive Newbern 5 .jo
J 7 '
Leave Newbern Au S.'
Leave Pollocksvllle S.
Leve.MaBville p, .J
Leave Jacksonville.... 0 42
Ar. Wilmington Mulberry St., w tt)
1 rains 7 and mskes connection with
Atlamlfl and North Carolina Rullroadlor
Morehead City an-l liesufotL wa ,or
-iPJ?''. 1wb'n with steamers to
and from Elisabeth City and Noriolk Mon.
dsy.Toesdsy, Wednes.lsy and Frldsv
Steamer Geo. D. Purdy makes dally trlns
between Jacksonville and New River Hlofs.
J W martitvtu U A;, WHITINO.