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YOUITG,....Editor and Proprietor.
A. J. ROGERS,
J. D. PAIR,
Generl Traveling Agenti.
Entered at the Post-office for transmission
through the United States mails as matter
coming under second-class rates.
fjyAll communications intended for pub
lication must reach the office by Tuesday
morning. Anonymous letters will receive no
J5JT Address all communications to The
Gazette, Raleigh, N. C.
RALEIGH, N. C, FEBRUARY 19, 1893
ALL that the Republicans and Popu
liets in North Carolina want or need is a
fair trial at running the State. The Dem
ocrats left everything in such a mess that
it is not to be expected that we can cor
rect their abuses and get everything to
running right in less than several
years. Already we have given the
State a fair election law, the very foun
dation of liberty. We have given the
State two United States Senators in whose
hands our national interests are repre
sented with greater ability than ever be
fore in the history of the State. We havj
a distinguished representation in Con
gress; and in most of the counties we
have either Republican or Populist judges
and county officers. Ia other words we
are getting back towards liberty and
safety. How all this hurts the tyrannical
Democrats we can judge by the way they
squeal. They try to m ike out that things
are goiog wrong because our laws will
no longer permit them to disturb our po
litical meetings. That law of ours hurts
their feelings worst of all.
President McKinley is still keeping up
his good record of giving the colored Re
publicans proper and substantial recog
nition. During last w ek he made sev
eral important appointments and among
them was the names of Hon. J. C. Dancy
for Collector of Customs at Wilmington,
N. C, Hon. John II. Deveaux for Col
lector at the great port of Savannah, Ga. ,
and Hon. C. C. Wirubu?h for Surveyor
of Customs at Atlanta, Ga. These offices
pay the sums of $2,f)00, $4,000 and $1,200,
respectively. Mr. Dancy held the same
position under President Harrison for
several years, and Mr. Deveaux was Col
lector of the port of Brunswick, G3., also
under President Harrison, but no colored
man ha9 ever before held the colhctor
ship at Savannah, which is among the
largest ports of the South. These are all
deserved appointments and show that
President McKinley is the friend of the
colored Republican. There are other im
portant and lucrative positions yet in
store for the race. These gentlemen will
fill their positions acceptably and credit
ably. HOT SIIOT FOR THE DEMOCRATIC
Until there is some radical change in
the Democratic machine of this State,
which machine calls itself the Demo
cratic party, we shall make every effort
of which we are capable to obstruct its
success and warn the people against it,
and will fiht with all the energy we can
command, the silver-plated, goldbug or
gans which calls themselves Democratic
papers. We shall tell of its past recklt ss
nessand incompetence; we shall illustrate
its hypocrisy; we shall expose its malev
olence and rascality; we shall prove that
it is an organized defamer and liar.
As long as it takes to its bosom free sil
ver papers and goldbug organs without
official distinction, we shall oppose it.
As long as it professes one thing in a
platform and does an exactly opposite
thing in the halls of the S.ate legislature,
we shall fight it.
As long as it professes to favor certain
measures and principles, and then de
nounces the only men who are earnestly
and officially seeking to establish these
measures and principles, we shall de
As long as it associates with itself as its
representative a journalism that can and
does seek to make political capital out of
the misfortune or indiscretion of a mem
ber of the family of any official, we shall
As long as it countenances by approval
or by silence a journalism whose highest
ambition and noblest achievement are to
invent and apply nicknames to officials,
we shall despise it.
. As long as it remains as it now is we
can and shall defeat it.
We desire, however, to make iplainly
understood that in fighting and denounc
ing this machine and its journalism, we
have no complaint against the voters or
the people generally who have voted with
f ''fi machine. We understand how they
ana imposeu upon, uuu we snow some
thing of the courage required to break
away from a prevailing community sen
timent and from old affiliations of a po
litical nature. But we have a firm confi
dence that all thisjdeception will end and
that all necessary courage will come.
This confidence is based on a deep-rooted
belief in the integrity and justice which
prevail among the people if the people
will once get on the alt rt. For four years
past there have been absolute evidences
of the fact that the people are waking up,
and these evidences are on an encourag
ing and gratifying increase year after
year. We do not know when a sufficient
number will be so thoroughly awake as
to effect a government for the people, in
stead of for rings and trusts, but we do
know the time will come. Our condem
nation of the machine and its spiteful and
contemptible journalism should be ac
companied by broad and liberal effort to
expedite the awakening of those who are
yet too sleepy to see the truth, or who are
yet wanting in courage to defy and de
ipise the petty little cliques and rings in
j . . ,j 1
towns and cities. There should be no
condemnation of these people. They are
sure to be our strongest supporters and
builders as soon as they shall understand
that the machine papers they read have
succeeded iu duping and deceiving them.
So let us fight the machine and its jour
nalism, not the people; for on the people
depend the peoples' interest and their
freedom from the exactions of organized
conspiracy and plunder. The Caucasian.
IIITTIXG HARD THE NEWS AND
The papers made much a few weeks
ago over a fatal baptizing over in Vir
ginia. The story went the rounds. Every
one believed it; "it was in the papers,
you know." Some brother was incredu
lous, he wrote to an official in the town
where the baptizing occurred; and found
out that the report was false. A public
committee was examining the books of a
public official. There was some tangle.
A paper representing the opposite politi
cal crowd of the official stated that he
had made a shortage of $5,000, with big
bead lines; if it had been $30,000 and his
politics had been of the right sort we
would never have heard of it; next day
the paper cut the figure down to $500
little lines, insignificant position; finally
the shortage was nduced to $3, and that
was only a mistake. Some college boys had
a meeting with a view to improving thtir
mes hall accommodations. A paper said
some fifty speeches were made and gave
it out that a good s'zed war was on hand.
Ic turned out that ten boys spoke and that
there was no feeling as all. It ought to
be said in behalf of these papers that they
do not mean anything bad; they send
young men out to get news; and plain
facts are never such will suit a bloom
ing reporter. The commonplace truth is
stale, flat and unprofitable; ic must be
improved, you know. And so everything
goes. But at this rate it will not be long
before people will quit believing what the
papers say, especially if they claim to be
"metropolitan journals." Biblical Re
corder. Eastern Snap Shots!
The future will tell of the character of
the training; given by the State Noimil
School at Goldsboro under the superin
tendency of Dr. Smith and of the Graded
School presided over by Rev. Dillard.
The ircreaaed atten lance on the Normal
is a hih compliment to Dr. Smith and
Prof. W. F. Fouville his a!le assistant.
Mit-s Alice Smith of Burgaw is one of
Pt nder county's school madams. She is
one of these dazzling intellectual gems
of the Scotia gold mine of educational
development. Polished, cultured and re
fined, she knows how to make it pleas
ant for a fellow teacher.
Miss Lucy G. Smitl closed her school
at "Currie" in Pender, and is now in
Burgaw. She is always glad to greet
pets -ns who pass South Rocky Mount. I
leave it for Grits to find out why s ime of
the help at th South R cky Mount Din
ing Hill went to Goldsooro last summer.
Dr. E. Ez a Smith thinks that its non
sense to undertake to replace Congress
ma a White with any one at present. He
is no candidate against the present in
cumbent. Tne open, frank, and straight
forward Vick is no candidate against
that iiegro for whom the National Cn
t t-rtss su p -ndeJ the rules and permit ed
mm 10 oenver a steecn on tne uivu ser
vice, which was the equal of R. Brown
Elliott's great effort on Civil Rights, and
G. W. Murray" on "Free Sdver."
White is nothing if cot epigrammatic.
He has vigor, force aod energy where he
nay lack the pleasing eLquence of the
Rev. W. Best is doing a grpat work for
Christ and bis church on the Kenansville
circuit. Rev. J. C Sioane is ouilding a
new church at Wiilard's. Rev. A. L.
Sumner hsbeen for several days con
fined to his room ; we hope for him a
Prof. Wesley Jones of Pender is in the
race for the ffice of Register of Deeds.
The negro will be recognized, or know
the reason why.
Mr. R. L. Hutchins of Wilmington
tcok a flying trip Nor.h last week.
Hon. John C. Dncey whiles his time
away addressing '-Preachers' Meetings
in the City of Brvtherlyljove," while the
Collectoiship plum continuts to ripen.
It's no telln g what may happen. Dancey
may rest ensy since he ueut to Ohio and
Uanna won, and Pritchard believes that
he keit the members in line. Tnus many
any It am useful lessons.
It negroes, afier swearing so much alle
giance to iarty, will desert a man who
rfl-cts credit on the District, the State,
the country and the race, they deserve
disfranchisement, for ic will be truly in
evidence that a white man without char
acter can lead them in preference to the
W. W. Watson, Epq., is a candidate
for Register of Deeds of Edgecombe; but
F. L Battle is a sure winner, bo his
lriends say, and the other boys are not
'in it." Edgeeomhe will be a boiling
c tuldron in the coming fight against per
fidy. Pi of. W. S. Armstrong, the Grit ed
itor, is ever ready to give every worthy
enterprise encouragement by personal
It is an excelle nt idea to encourage pol
icy men ra her than men who are un
swerving advocates of principle.
Prof. L. B. Berry was in the cily of
Wilmington attending the funeral ot his
relative, Mr. Lisbon B. Payne, latweek.
- Hon. John T. Howe tak s things phil
osophically. He says that New H mover
Republicans will brforctd to endorse an
tther. And th bat.d of disapp imment
still plajs. Hi was in Goldsooro this
we-k. Maj. Grant lives there.
We very much appreciate the resolu
tions off - red by Miss Lucy G. Smith, and
would say that young man or woman,
who expects to accomplish anythii g,
must do so by personal effort. This is the
age in which merit must and will even
tually win. Be a positive rather than a
The funeral of the late Mrs. Maria
Love, Thos. Wnite and Lisbon Pavne
were largely attended in the city of Wil
mington, and the sermon of Dr. I. S. Lee
was a gem of rare eloquence inspired by
the emir ent Christian characters of the
deceased. He was assisted by Revs. Dr.
Giegg, Capebart and Epps.
It is to be hoped that the always con
pervative negroes of Wayne county will
rot waver in their allegiance to the race,
but solidly emphasize their endorsement
of Hon. George H. White by moving
with harmony for his return to the next
It is probable that a great negro organ
may be established in the Second Dis
trict, the aim of which will be the elec
tif.n of Hon. George H. White, and only
the friends of negro education in the
sense of good salarh s, which means that
if a white teacher gets $35 00 per month
with a first grade certificate, let the ne
gro with the same grade aud more pupils
get; the same compensation.
It may be honest government Chut: vxra
confess we don't Bee it) to give one hun
dred dollars to a first grade neajro school
for four months, and sixty doL'aw to a
first-grade white school for four nJonths.
when the white school has barely half the
number of children.
New Hanover negroes deserve much
credit for perronally demanding that
the school authori.ies look after the com
fort of their schools in the county. To
the Wilmington JRecord much of the
glory belongs for seeming good salaries,
and an equalization of salaries, too. Too
much cannot be said in favor of such a
paper. It proves itself a distinct race
journal and a true conservator of the
R-v. M. R. Slade, who has charge of
the, Sniloh Missionary Baptise church, is
succeeding well in Wilmington, and his
cbuich is clear of debc. There have been
sixty-six new members added since his
p . st irate began. Hj is a fiiend of the
Gazette and says the negroes of the
S tale should support ic. The Gazette is
popular in the M-tropolitaa city. Long
live the Raleigh Gazette.
Edgecombe is not the only place where
politics boil over. Lane & Jacobs in Wil
mington is the place to go to find out
which way the Scate will jump with
"Tom Miller" as a candidate for the
"State Congress" this year, provided the
corporation has soap to use. Our learned
friend, Hon. John T. Howe, has a thorny
path to walk while Dancey is safely
housed in the custom house.
Hon. James H. Young's letter is an
enigma th.s way, for he is regarded as
the great race leader, politica ly. He was
expected to secure a place equal finan
cially to his great political services ren
dered in the past.
T. C. M.ller, Jr., like the Senior, has
busine.-s tnee and bids fare foAie a suc
cessful Wilmington financier. The thing
that will gain for us the proper recogni
tion is character and substantial financial
holdings. With a ombination of busi
ness men Wilmington could do a banking
business as well as Richmond and other
cities. Esse Qtjam Videre.
Hertford, N. C, Feb. 10, 1893.
Dear Sir: Allow me to say a word to
the readers of your paper concerning our
litt'e tow n.
For three days we have been most glo
riously entertained with the New Era In
stitute, conducted by Rev. Whitted and
S imerville. The meeting was opened
Tuesday morning by the pastor, Rev. Z.
H. Birry, who is in close touch with the
missionary work of the Stite. He ex
tended a cordial welcome to the Institute
and the brethren. The district mission
ary, Rev. C. C. Somerville, delivered lect
ures on ' Church History," ' Bibli 1 The
ology," aud "Woman's Missionary Work."
It has never been my pleasure to listen
to more earnest, forceful and interesting
lectures on similar sulj?cts from anyone.
Rev. Somerville easily takes rank with
the foremost men of his race, it matters
not where they are found.
Then Rev. J. A. Whitted lectured on
"Church History," "Christian Benefi
cence," and Christian Education." He
was clear, forceful and convincing. He
is a man of peep learning, but great mod
esty. To hear him once is to remember
what he says.
Rev. J. A. Faulk lectured on " The Gos
pel Ministry." Like the rest, he too is a
man who thinks as he pleases and says
says what he thinks. He is a mine of
genius and t riginility.
The bishop of Greenville, Rev. S. P.
Knight, lectured on " Biblical Theology."
His dashing periods, sparkling wit, and
naseriul oratory make him invincible.
His lecture was deep and scholarly and
showed great depth of thought.
Toe pastor of the white church, Rv.
J. P. Spence, delivered a very able lect
ure on "The Church."
Never before in the history of this town
were we more highly favored from a re
ligious standpoint than now. To my
mind the Baptists of North Carolina
never did a wiser thing than to affect
"co operation," and doubtless they were
guided by the Holy Spirit in the selection
of Whitted, S mervilie, Vincent and Ma
loy as missionaries. A few more years
of such work as is now being done North
Carolina will be redeemed for Christ.
We have the finest frame building in
Tne progressive colored citizens here
keep a subscription school for nine
months in the year.
J. W. Faulk.
To the Officers of the Wake County Teach
Sirs: Will it be wisdom that we have a
metting of the Wake County Teachers'
Association very soon ? If so please set
the timand name the place of meeting
in the Gazette.
Q. C. Mial.
THREE YEARS EXPERIENCE
Qualifies Me to do Neat Work!
If you wish your wall WELL PAPERED,
give me a trial.
A fine assortment of paper. Give me a
trial and be convinced that I am the
Cheapest Paper Hanger in the
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in and Shippers of
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ALL GOODS GUARANTEED.
Front St Market, Wilmington, N. C
A SUMMER SCHOOL
For Colored Teachers
At the A. & M. College.
First Annual Session will bpgin Tues
day, July 27th, 1897, and continue three
A competent corps of professional
teachers representing many of the lead
ing schools and colleges of the State, has
been engaged. Terms very low. Write
for circulars. Address,
A. & M. College,
Greensboro, N. C.
Administrator s Notice.
The undersigned, having been appoint
ed administrator of Willis Taylor, de
ceased, gives notice to all persons, having
claims against the said Willis Taylor to
present said claims to him on or before
the first day of October, 1893. and on fail
ure to do so, this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery. This Sept. 30. 1897.
JAMES H. YOUNG,
Administrator of Willis Taylor.
oct. 2 6w.
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On monthly payments; one-sixth cash,
balance in twenty monihly installments,
without interest. Persons desiring to see
lots can call at our effice and we will
take pleasure in f-howing them to you.
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Several houses to sell cheap by paying
a small cash payment, balance in month
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When you wish to purchase a building
lot or a house and lot, or sell your prop
erty, call on us.
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We, the undersigned, are prepared to
do such work as building or rebuilding
of private telephone and telegraph lines
at short notice and cheap. Satisfaction
guaranteed. You will receive prompt
attention by leaving notice at N.v. 328
West Cannon street, Raleigh, Goldeboro,
N. C, or Wilmington, N. 0.
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Call and inspect our stock of Perfumery, Powders, Soap, Hair
Brushes, Clothes Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Nail Brushes, Comhs,
Writing Paper and School Tablets.
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco of all kinds kept in-stock.
J. W. SATTERWHITE, Druggist.
G-unsand Pistols, Paints, Oils, Glass,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
LIME, PLASTER, CEMENT.
T. H. BRIGGS & SONS." Raleigh. N. C.
WHY NOT SAVE
Buy your groceries for cash from B. W. Upchurch,
15 East Hargett Street. It will pay you.
Granulated Sugrar, 6 cents per pound 20 j
pound lots, 5 cents.
Cooking Soda, 3c. per lb.
Large Hominy, 2jc. per lb.
Pearl Grits, 2c. per lb.
Oat Meal, 4c, per lb.
Oat Flakes, loose and in packages, 4c. lb.
Koe Herrings, 20c. per doz.
Cut Herrings, 7ic. per doz.
White Fish, 5c. per lb.
Mullets, 6c. per lb.
New Mackeral. 7c. per lb.
Cod Fish, 8c. per lb. brick.
Best Water-Ground Meal, 25c. half bus.
Tripe and Pig Feet. 7Jc. per lb.
Hog Chitterlings, 10c. per lb.
Smoked Sausage. 10c. per lb.
Tarbell Cheese, 12c. per lb.r
Best Lamp Oil, 12c. per gal.
Salmon 15 cent f-ize, 10c. per can.
Northern Butter, 20 and 25c. per lb.
Country Butter, 15 and 20c. per lb.
Lamp Chimneys, any size, 5c. each.
Frfsh Ginger Snaps, 5c. per lb.
10 Bars Soap. 25c.
Octagon Soap, 4c. per bar.
Get our prices on Flour before buying,
money. Goods delivered promptly.
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Fall term begins October 1st. Beauti
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minutes' walk east of depot. Excellent
water. School of high grade for both
sexes. Good discipline, full courses of
study normal, theological and colle
giate. Special attention to instrumental
and vocal music. A corps of competent
teachers has been selected. Terms: Tui
tion $1.50 per month in advance. Good
board can be procured from $5 to $8 per
month. For further information address
W. H. Morris, B. D.,
Apex, N. C.
He is a Negro that has Found
a Barrel of Gold!
Sherman S. Ftjrr, of 511 South 7th
Street, Wilmington, N. C, has found
what he has been looking for for ten
years, an herb that makes ihe hair grow,
ttops it from breaking off and falling
out. It will also make your hair straight
and beautiful. It lemoves dandruff,
cleans the scalp, and removes tetter. I
am receiving orders from all parts of the
country. This remedy has proven to be
the bst on eanh to make fine hair.
Hair Herb Oil, $2 per bottle; 6ample bot
tles, $1 each. Iliir Herb Cream, $1 per
box; fcample boxes. 50 cents. Prompt
attention to all oiders. Send money by
express or money order. Agents wanted.
Can in '98
One bar Soap and one box Blueing, 5c.
One dozen boxes Matches, 5c.
Pure Apple Vinegar, 20c. per gal.
3-lb. Package Buckwheat, 15c.
Two S icks Blueing, or two boxes, 5c.
Good Tea grten or blsck, 25c. per lb.
Choice Green Coffee, IO2. per lb.
G od Roasted Coffee, 10c. per lb.
Rio C ffee, roasted, lie. per lb.
A r buckle's C jffee. 12c. per lb.
Mocha and Java Coffee, 25c, per lb.
Pure Lnrd, 7c. per lb. 10 lbs. for 65c.
Picnic Hams, 8jc. per lb.
Small Su?ar-cured Hams, 10c. per lb.
Small Breakfast Strips, 10c. per lb.
I'anntd Corn, 7)c. rer can.
15 cent Prepart'd Mustard, 10c, per bot.
Vanilla Syrup, 30c. per gal.
N-w Orleans Molasses, 25 and 35c. gal.
Chipped Beef, 25c. per lb.
Jellits, 5c. pr lb.
3 lb. cans Table Peachps, 12Jc. per can.
Lump Starch, 5c. per lb.
Condensed Mi'k, 8e. pr can.
2-string Brooms, 10c. each.
White Meat, 6c. per lb.'
W e carry all grades and can save you
35 Cents per Quart.
CAPE FEAR AND YADKIN VALLEY
JOHN GILL, Receiver.
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wav ompany. at Walnut Uuve with Norfolk
A Westtru Hallway.
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J. W. FRY, Gen. tm. Agent.
1LMINUTON AND WEI. DON HAIL-
ROAD AND BRANCH KH.
AND FLORENCE RAILROAD.
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4'iymuutb at 7:40 p. in, 6.10 p. ru. Krtum
ing, leave Plymouth dally except Hunday,
7:.i a. m., Sunday 9:00a. m., arrive Tarboro
10:05 a. m., H.-oo a. in.
irain uu M in laud, N. C, Branch leavei
Goldfboro dally, except Hunday. at 7:10 a. 111.;
arriving Hraiibueld at 8:30 a.m. Returning,
leave Siul tta Held at 9:00 a. m. ; arrive at Gold
boro at ixr.la a. in.
Trains on Nashville Branch leaves Rocky
Mount at 4:30 p. m.; arrives Nasbviile at 5:06
p. m.. Spring Hope 5:30 p. m. Reluming,
leaves Spring Hope at h;00 a. m., Nashville
8:35a. m.; arrive at Rocky Mount at 9:05 a.m.
daily, except Sunday.
Train on Clinton Branch leaves Warsaw for
Clinton daily, except Hunday, at 11.20 a. m.
and 4:15 p.m. IU-turnlng, leaves Clinton at
7 .-00 a. in. and 3:00 p. m.
Train No. 78 makes close connection at Wei
dou for all point North daily, all rail via.
H. M. EMERSON, Gen'l Tass. Agent.
J. R. KENLY.
T. M. EMfcRHON,
NORFOLK & CAROLINA RAILROAD.
Dated Nov. 29. 1897.
No. No. Ht ,, No. No.
TI03 49 BTATiows. ,48
P. M. A. M. P. M. A. M.
2 21 8 40 Lv. Norfolk Ar. 8 05 10 30"
2 40 9 00 f Inner' Point 6 40 10 15
8 03 9 24 Drivers 6 13 9 41
8 21 9 45 Suffolk 6 00 9 25
4 04 10 I7 Gates 4 3l 8 44
4 28 10 35 Tunis 4 13 8 23
4 4 10 5tf Ahoskey 8 6( 8 01
6 00 11 13 Aulander 3 41 7 48
5 40 11 60 ... HohKood 8 01 7 OH
6 01 12 12 Ar. Tarboro Le. 2 45 . 6 45
85 12 .Rocky Mount. 1 45 6 17
P. M. P. M. P. M. A. M.
t Dally, except Sunday.
Trains Nos. 49 and 48 solid trains between
Pinuers' Point aud Wilmington. Train No.
49 connects at Ricky Mount with train 23 for
all points South and No. 78 train for all points
G. M. SERPELL,
T. M. EMERSON,
Gen'l Passenger Agent.
ATLANTIC AND NORTH CAROLINA
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Iw Effect Sukdat, November 18, 1894.
P. M. P. M.
4 25 4 30
6 60 6 68
7 28 7 33
P. M P. M.
Train 4 connects with Wilmington A Wel
den train bound North, leaving Goldsboro at
11:35 a. m., and with Richmond and Danville
train West, leaving Goldsboro at 2 p. m., and
with Wilmington, Newbern and Norlolk at
Newbern for Wilmington and Intermediate
Train 3 connects with Richmond and Dan
ville trin, arriving at Goldsboro 3 p. m., and
with Wilmington and Weldon train from the
North at 3:05 p. m.
No. 1 train also connect with Wilmington,
"woni ana onoix ior Wilmington and
B. L. DILL.
M HI III
WILMINGTON, NEW ORGAN'S
CHATTANOOGA, NASHNILLE, '
NEW YORK, BOS10N, PHILADELPHIA
SciifcOULk in ErritcT Vxu. 7. I&k;.
Lv New York, via Pa. ICR.
" WaxUiugum, "
" UicnuiutiU, ia A. C. L.
Ev NoiIoik. via t. A. LH-.
" l'ul InmuUlU, ....
Lv Weidon, la H. A. L..
Ar lleudcinou, ' ....
Ar Durham, viaH. aTLIZ..
Lv Dui liwm. ....
Ar luiKiKii, ia e. A. L..H
' Hv.ul In-1 a 1'Iih h, "
"li npii -w .I,",,,
t i U an. 4 w Jlu
5 10 '
6 i.4 "
l ,k '
ACimi lu, vim m. .V. 1..
Art : l eM e rjV I art 7 A I ...
Lv I oiuiiioih.C VV i7. 1.7lt.
Arcjiuiuij, vim ."a7L.
' Green wm ni, ....
" LibvrtuM, I
" All-uta, (Central Tifue)
ft .x an, iu
A 1M Kill,, I) I
2 41 "
No. 402. No. ;
" Winder, via ft. A. L .
" One ii wood,
12 uu iiV
2 40 pin
3 10 "
6 41 "
10 42 "
12 M alll
A. L ....
ft 1.1 pin 4 3.1am
Al Cliui lolle, if. A.l..
Lv Monroe, via S. A. L.
" iiaiiiiet, ....
ai v iiniiuloii, " .
LvSoutiu-ru I'iucs, ' '
Ar lifiiuvrwon, ' ....
'.10 2.1 JMii ft Mill
M .0 l-lli Ultl Mill
H 2.1 I Jj)"
i itu am -i.
M M Mill
1 Ml "
Arluiliaui, via f. A.L.
Lv iJurnaiii, ....
Ai We.Uuu, uo. A. L....
" lClcliluoiiU .
" WahliiKg'ti, via Pa. ll.lt.
" New 1 oi K.
r i Kin f 4 iw jiin
f 5 20 pill ill Itlwu
4 6 am
12 4 am
' t .! "
0 M piu
8 15 '
11 21 pin
1 43 pin
8 M plii
Af roiuiiiuuiu, viao.A.L.
7 50 "
Daily. tDally Ex.Suud y. JDally Ex. Mou'y'j
Ns. 403 and 402, "The AtlauU h)Hlal,"
Id VeMliuuieU iiaiu ul I'uiiniau Mei4 rNHiid
Coacliek) Oelweeu WahlilUKloli aud Atlanta
alw i'ul.niMU rtitieiM beiweeu 1'ortHiiioulli
aud ClieMer, M. C
No.4l and 38, ' The S. A. L. ExpriMS." Solid
Iiaiu, Coiteiienaud l'ullmaii Mecpeis Im t ween
I ollhiiioulli and Alianla. Oliii.ttny Mk iktb
beiweeu Columbia and Atlanta.
Botli traiUH niMke immediate connection at
Alluuta lor ioiilgoiiiei , Mobile, .New liriealis,
ieXun.CallloiuiM, Mexico, Chal lauooga, ahU
Vllle, .Minii liih. .Macon. Kluihi.
Kor ticKei. aleeiiemaud luioi matlou, api.ly
to ileket AgentH, r lo '
11. S. LKARD, Sol. IW. Agt.
E. ST. JOHN. Vlce-lTea. and UltH.' C'
V . K. AlcllLL, Uen. rtu)iei iiileiiilt ut.
H. W. 11. ulAlV hit, i iuIHc Manager.
I. J. ANDL1WJN, Oeu. I'mkh. Ameiil.
General Ollkes: iOKi SMOU i II, VA,
In lirmt Junk 14, lw. '
TRAINS LKAVi! RALKIGH DAILY.
"SOMluLK A.NU CUATTANOOUA 1.1 M 11 KU."
4:12 H. M. DAII.V .Solid Vi-kl llnili.fi Iruln unk
slteiei lioui Noi loia lo ClmiUunoga via. la.
iKliury, Molkiiutull. Abbeville. lli.L Ki.rli.a
aud Knox viile.
Coiiuecln ul Hurliam for Oxford, Clalksvllle
and Kenville, exeel rtuuday. At lileeiu
bio Willi tl.e VVi.Miimtoii miiU Houiliai xu-ru
eMiouiediLliiiiU.d;lialii lor all jmluu North
and Willi main hue Hani, No. 12, lor Danville,
KKluiiond aud inlet iik diule i.hmI Nations ;
alo lias eouiiec'liou lor Winnioii-rtalt'iij aud
wi.U main line train No. 35, United hlnlci
1-aM .Mail," lor Cliarllt4', cS,rtanluig, liret n
villf, Atlaula aud all poinia rtouili; Imi
lumbla, AU14UMU, Cliari.tUii,SMaiiuan, Ja k
vine miiU Mil miiiIm In Kloilda. IMe i.lng
Car lor Atl.niUa, J4.t kM.n vllle, aud al Chariot U
with fcietping iar lor Augusta.
"NOKKol.K ANU ( 11 ATTANOOOA I.1MI1 KD."
11:45 a. M. Daily Solid .tialn, reiiHiMIng
of Pullman Sleeping Cars and ctitiches in.iu
Chattanooga lo NoifuiK, aiilviug Norlola
o:00 f. ai. in t. ne u connect wilu the old
Dominion, Merchants' and Miuem', Norlolk
aud WaMiiiigUm Mild Dallliuore, 1 heN-aka
aud Richmond S. . Comiwuies lor all uoiuta
uollli aud eant.
Couiiecisal Selma for Fayettevllle and In
UTiiiediatu kUHoiim oil the W IImiii aud Fay
ellevuie Short i.'ui, dally, except Sunday, lor
ewlM-i n Mud Mouhead City, dally for Uoldn
boro, Wlliolugiou aud Intel luediMl Matlons
on tiie W lliuiuguiu and Wtidou lUllroad.
8:i0 a. M. DAiLY-CtHiiiecis at Durham for
Oxlord, Keynviiie, Richmond; at Orceiihboro
for W aMhingioii aud all poluu North.
8.0!) p. m. Daily For Uoidnboro and inter
nnn I.OCAL ACCOM MODATJO!.
2.00 A. M. Connects al Oieeiixtxiro for all
points for North and south and Wins ton.
Salem aud miiihh uu the Not ihweKlcrn North
Carolina lUllroad, Al Salisbury for all xlnu
iu WeMeru Noiih Carolina Knoxvllle, 'Ju
uewH-e. Clnciiiiiail aud WeHieru jxilnU; at
Charlotte lorspartiuiburg, Ctieeuvliie. Athens.
Allan ui aud ad )oilU South.
TRAINS AKRIVK AT RALKIOH, N. C.
3.0j p. m. Daily From Atlanta, Charlotte,
GrceiiHboro aud all jolnu South.
NORFOLK AND I'll ATTAN(M)(iA LIMITRH.
4:12 y. m . Daily-From ail niIdi eaMt, Nor
folk, larlioto, WllMouaud waUT linen.
From Goldidioio. w ilmingtoii, Fayettevllle
aud all point iu LaMeiu Carolina.
NORFOLK AND III ATTANOOUA L1MITKD.
11:40 a. m. Daily- Fr.iii New York, Wash
ington, Lyiichhurg, Danville aud OreetiNboro,
Chattainniga, Kuoxville. Hot Springs and
KX PHF.KH TRAIN.
8:50 a. M. Daily From Goldsboro and In
7:20 a. m. Daily From Gnonoro and all
poln in North and South. Sleeping Car Irom
UreeiiNboro to Raleigh.
U.'OO i. m. Daily, exci pt Sunday, from Golds
boro and all imiIuU Last..
Iocal Irelghl trains also carry piiNKcngprn.
l'ullmaii cars on night tralu irom luielgh
Through l'ullman Vestibulcd Drawing
Room iiuITet sleeping Car and Vestlbuled
cojuihes wliliout cliaiiKeou Norfolk Limited.
Double daily tralus between Raleigh, Char
lotte aud Atlanta. Quick time; unexcelled
aocommodation. w. H. GRKKN,
W. A. TURK. enenU
General rawenger Agent,
. . Waahlugt.in, D.C.
J. M. Culi. i ralllc Manager.
ILMINGTON. NKWUKKN A NOIU
FOLK RAILWAY COMPANY.
IN EFFECT SUNDAY, OCT. 27, 1895.
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Lv. Wllm'gton Mulberry St.
Leave JnckHon vllle
Ar. Wilmington Mulberry HL,
No. 4o3. Nil, 4i
11 00 am TZ
I 12 n, u Uj ,
' it) "
4 40 t w ..
Trains 7 and H makes c o n n e c 1 1 o n with
Allantic and North Carolina lUllroad lor
Morehead city and Menu fort.
Connection at Newbern with steamers to
aud irom KMcabeth Cily and Normlk Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
Steamer uen. J Pnrdy makes dally trlpn
between Jacksonville and New River points.
w , II. A. WHITING,
J. W. , H. JtTKNia, Gen'l Manager,