.; . . '4i:1.-:.!;v-;-"'.".,.i -., " " . ;-'yzi2ILlIMayaaBaaass 1 .1, - . .1 ZaX l ,,,,,,,,,,,,r,rrrrrrfA Oomanand Home circle. 777777777777777777777 j)jjyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'' We cannot mak bargains for bllwes; With the IVocessaotu Nor catch them Ilka fifthee in nets, a woman's lot b made for her by And ometlmes tb thing oar life the love she accept. George Eliot. I A woman' hopea ar woven a I sunbeam: a shadow annihilate m bates HelM more Ihtn the thing which It get. For good lleth not In pursuing, Nor gaining of great nor offfmall; Dut JuMt in the doing, and doing Aa we would he done by, hall. Cary. v LMm I "I bare written aa article oo iinw in Hvm a f $50 a week. " he explained to the alitor. "WeU," aald the editor, "you bad better write the sequel to It. l don't understand." ...... at a.A Aa I Baltimore American. Tte Hair City." rint Vfaaaaa to Sla Morning 8tar. Few song of a aeml-rellglouH character have ever achieved uch world-wide popularity aa 'The Holy City." Yet perhaps not one per cent, of the people who slug It or thorn who enjoy hearing it sung, know that It was the 'voice of the fkuioo Mm. Florence May brick that first uttered the sweet sequence of sounds which go to make one of the most favorite nongs of today; that she It was who first read the lines from the manuscript copy of the composer, and afterward sung them, while he himself accompanied her on the piano. The song was composed by Mich ael Maybrick, a well-known English baritone, who was brother to the to the Liverpool merchant for whose murder Florence, his American wife, was sentenced to death more than ten years ago, reprieved and con demned to a life of prison labor. Maybrick wrote over the nom de plume Stephen Adams, and Is author of many other widely popular songs. He owned a yacht, on which he spent many weeks of each year, and It was on board this yacht that he composed "The Holy City," and that Mrs. Maybrick, who was sailing with him at the time, gave voice to Its melodious strains. During the trial of Mrs. Maybrick for the murder of her husband, Michael Maybrick was on the stand more than half the time, and it was mainly his testimony which con victed her, and sent her, an Ameri can girl of rare beauty and talent, to languish In an English jail. them. George Kllot If woman did turn man out of Paradise, she has done her best ever since to make it op to him. Bhel don. That Is true philanthropy that buries not Its gold In ostentation charity, but builds its hospital In the human heart. Harley. Tlte most common place person has wild regions wilder ue It may be of thouebt and feeling, which even his most Intimate friends hard ly ever enter. A'thnr Helps. The only faith that wears well and holds Its color In all weathers Is that which Is woven of conviction and set with the sharp mordant of ex perience. James lluseell Lowell. How mankind defers from day to day the best It can do and the most beautiful things It can enjoy, with out thinking that every day may be the last one and that lost time is lost eternity. Max Muller. Each man In to seek out his own I siieclal aptitude lor a higher life In the midst of the humble and Inevi table reality of dally existence. Than this there can be no abler aim In life. Maeterlinck. He only Is advancing in life whose heart Is getting softer, whose blood Is warmer, whose brain quicker, whose spirit Is entering into living peace. Ana tne men wno nave this life In them are the only lords and kings on the earth they, and they only! Buskin. Indigestion, biliousness, and stomach trou bles generally are among the diseases which doctors fail to cure if one may believe the thou sands of testimonials received by the manufact urers of Ripa.is Tabules. The same writers say Ripans Tabules have either entirely cured them or at least given great reiier. ine benefit received is the influence that leads them to writing and the letters are straightforward. plain, matter-of-fact tales from the common people who know what they are talking about and tell what they know. Ripans Tabules have helped so many people, that they are entitled to a fair trial in cases where other remedies failed to cure. Ripans are a clean, unobjectionable remedy for men, women and children. One gives relief. . 5 Thera Is scarcely any condition of ill-health thai Is not benefited by the occasional use o( a R-I-P-A-N-S Tabula, and the price. 10 for 5 cents, does not bar thm Mst any home or Justify any one in enduring IBs that are easSy cured. A Famfly betfas cootaintoc ISO Tabules Is sold for SS cents. For sale by Drofglsts. - ; ?--; Quick Rout to Buffalo. TtCcabord Air Urn EUJ bet wean 11JS a TZTTZTTZ Hir Florida MB fmlo Night Expreaw over U Pj- s. r- . " m mw r.i tnnrsilnr :3a , m. DMIIIWI m-mw - Thi. trln cbttUb PoUmaaearawi Casb Bayers' supply CoHpany Ttnil farBlalk TOB 01 caalsB t& order) sajriMa; tKAIHA.OB.UH UIU w ta yor 0puU Uta vta S. BaOvar Hn aeeonnt of tho Hatlosual Com attoa EpvortB LMgu, Baa 7 r7. T a AVE YOIJ ii.. fnm Balflf D W ubsb r-,. nn madm. BO 81plrtaa4uy botlatd, purchaa direct from Franco. dl. J a I, li-Slrt. the ThU "ld?'lZ iobbWaVu AT LOWEST CAM11 Seaboard Air Uaa Ball fray will to Buffalo. 1 he J" ""l fBJCKS,aad for caeh. rooad trip UckU from all aecoaBtofib. r-AmerlcaB IU- io? 7 AoWCUI.turai. Kaleigb 165 25. TUkata will t 1 mia i . , , , KZi Trd I H AEOWA RJ I ku ! cnuUL'h Irtish. :ib I ana 93 v, 1 ' , T.I WlEJC FKXCUtO, unocaausnj rv - meAA from J Hit dlB IO 1ZU1. IBCIB I SOU W3 v. 1 . , Itp, good returning aoUl Aofost Tba above rate also PPy Tajwa, Fauna, Mcaioai. l-rac a rent at fan Fraasclsco and oa aleo Norfolk Bay Une Fuajcnruax, Dir oavmeator lee 01. u cenia. aw n. a, ""ua" '""-""ir IQoona. rioTIoa.OHoait vwbii UckeU either folBf or retaralar tbeace Leblgb v aiiey 'tu . tombsto hbs, Buxjukd Htock or one way only. Uiriofb Fortlaadoi Parties desiring to take tbiatrip Srar .Oil AMYIUINU KLSK, ' r: . " -h 1 a a t a .4 a 1 1 ewe a. n ncmnai Paget Bound, via snaaia isobm or can fmiw .JrTMV ,t write for prtoea, ks way a the Yar To pn di .. in fruit, 'ctr"MC . fcrtilucr rl t:: .tmmrnr So no will he added to rate Pnr tiikta voinr via uaraea. re-1 ue Deouru Air uib inraimi via. la AnimW Han Fran-1 nivtown ticket offlce la a aaa aask - ar ! claco and Bbasta Konte, or going 1 ooroagn noaaw. Mt tieonle have a wish bone in 1 A woman enjoys nothing better 1 h T,i whr th backbone oueht I than to read a letter In the presence Ko I of other women and smile occasion- A Novel Pin Problem. Unique Monthly. Beginning with one pin the first week, two pins the second week, and so on, doubling the pins each week for fifty-two week, would it require a train of cars to move the pins at the end of a year? A high-school graduate told me that he could carry all the accumulated pins In a bag on his back, and was astonished when I told him the mathematical result. Perhaps the quantity of pins accru ing from such a series of multiplier Bam," Origin of Uncle Sam." Speculation has recently arisen re garding the origin of the term "Uncle Sam" as applied to the United States government. In the war of 1812, between this country and Great Britain, Elbert Anderson, of New York, purchased In Troy, N. Y., a large amount of pork for the American army. It was inspected by Samuel Wil son, who was popularly known as "Uncle Sam." The barrels of pork were marked E. A., U. S.," the lettering being done by a facetious employe of Mr. Wilson. When asked by fellow workmen the meaning of the mark (for the letters U. S., for United States were then almost entirely new to them,) said "he did not know, unless it meant Elbert Anderson and Uncle alluding to Uncle Sam Wil son. The Joke took among the work- A POOB Mil 4, ION AIRE. Lately starved i a London because he could not diet his food. Etrly ose of Dr. Kings New Life Pills would have saved him. Taey strength en the stomach, aid dicestion, pro mote assimilation, improve appetite. Price 25a Money back if not satis fied. Sold by all druggists. Price 50 cts. ally. via Portland and 8hasta Koate to 8an Francisco, returning via Los Ana-elee and Ogden. $13.00 will Del adde? to rate. Stopovers will be DermltWd at and WfSt of Colorado common points Cheyenne toTrln- idad. Fort Worth and Han Antonia, Tex. East of these points ticket will be good only for. continuous passage, passengers to reach point of sale not later than August 3 1st Any parties desiring to take this trin can do so and the Seaboard Air Line will pay special attention to those using its line ana upon ap iHlcation to the undt reigned any information will be furnished. C. H. Oattis, C. P. & T. A. Raleigh, N. 0. H. 8. Lbabd, T. P. A. Raleigh, N. O. a H. Oattis, C P- & T. A. Raleigh, N.C. H. 8. LkaRD, T. K. A. Raleigh, N. a lfclliiiBlni MKS. B. KOWAK mm fMMt nat. bv rata I as, a aMiiw w,wa. AGEIITS, Booker r. Wash! eg ton baa writtea the aton of his life and work.' ti. tivea hia views oa the Ne aro lrobeo nd a'l b e best speeches Wbltr abduiurta ieuLle are giving advaoeed orders. A bonanae rot arenu. Both while and colored ageaU make money with tola book write loear. f t titnnnt a m, nn Atlanta, Oa. e-Below are prioee oa a few leaa IoTarticlea, pauvaaao at aay depi in Mortb Carolina : Tno borae wagtma. aeat and durable. 33: one norae r tnsA damn csru tJO: cart wbeeleaad axle $11.50; high arm, 5-drawer; drop- bead sewing macbioe.wiva menu, fit; nice eoisajre otku v chapel organ $40; beautiful 7h piaooe, sp'eaoia toon tnu wm uw, $1U and up, according to style of ease and nniah. If we cannot save yon nosey we 00 Bot want yoor order. W. a BABNES, Manager. Ralelgb. N. a ulars sec our pan; scad them free. CERVAN Klt m rfm Ax J -p I - ' I b 1 lJ aDKCK'fl r4 rwbcMniMJllMli' l. Ing slrtch awl decnjM t - j fvocBft! rrcehre cmr cjn..a in tKe fXetfuWlttj of wiy. - Pstrat nl ttpcm rrjt -jna brag as admtiMt t u awaWi r(cnts t&kca Om tamuS v r-n ritt, without cLrt. lit ItrvtV mmv mm itlmtMtwt mmA miAr't . 1 vicTonj.EVAnsta tVtrnt Attorney j ... - -VllCTMSil . . No w is the time to subscribe to the Caucasian. Only $1.00 a year. STEPPED INTO LIVE COALS. , M When a child I burned my foot frightfully," writes W. H Bad, of Jonesville, Vs., "which Caused hor rible leer sores for thirty years, but Buekleu's Arnica Salve wholly cured ma after everything else failed." In fallible for bump, scalds, cats, sore?, bruises and piles. Price 25c. Sold by all druggists. Dr. E. Detchon's Antl Diuretic May be worth to you more than j $100 If you have a child who soils bedding from incontenence of wa ter during sleep. Cures old and young alike. It arrests the trou ble at once. $1. Sold by Henry T. Hicks, Druggist. DISTRESSING STOMACH DIB- .:;. EASE. ; Permanently cured by the master ly power of SouTH Afbjcan Ne. vma Tonic". Invalids need suffer no longer, because this great remedy can cure them all. It is a cure for the whole world of stomach weakness and Indigestin. The cure beg Ins with the first dose. The relief it brings is marvelous and surprising. It makes no failure; never disappoints. No matter how long you have suffered, your cure is certain under the use of this great health-giving force. Pleas ant and always safe. Sold by Henry T. Hicks, Druggist, Raleigh, N C. Take NFRVO TABLETS. The Great Brain, Blcoiand Herira Tcnic. tlflc d iwovery. Sirnlben, rleiip nl purt flr tbe entire mtem, mke the old fwl touhk. Try one box. after tht II they were S3.00 a bos you would have thorn. JUST FROM EUROPE. Ltet and bent di coTery in medical icience. Guamnteed to cure any nervous disorder. Produce warmth, vlror and power. Imparts the feeling and power of youtn. ARE YOUR SEXUAL OROANS WEAK OR INDIFFERENT. If o your nervoua yeia needx a tonic before you become a total wreck. Write n for thl latent ncientlfie diwery. Jt ia a positive cure for all nervous diseases, or . weak parts. DO YOU SLEEP WELL? -If not. we mar as tee this late discovery will cure you or refund your money. . . THE BEST DISCOVERY OP THE AOE Makes your skin clear and smooth. fiiUout your pale cheeks, gives you a healthy, rubuH appear- anoe. mates uie enjui ; uc A Pnrelv VercUble Pmedy that meta direct ly on the Nervous Fystem, Brain and Wood. Bevitilizing and replneing wanted Nerve KoffJ -Strengthens and feeds the Tired Brain. Builds up tue Impoveribhed Blood, makes it red, and rich, and the pale cheeks rosy and plump. A SEXUAL TONIC. Acts immediately and directly on the Sexual Organs, at once impart ing tone, strength and vigor, no matter now hopeless your case may seem. Positively stops night losses at once. Cures Nervous Debility, Dizziness, Fainting Spells, Loss of Memoir, Pd limimi RtiihI Exhaustion. Ijinguor. Tired Feeling, Bleeplewsnes, Indigestion, Conrtipa tion. and Kidney Diweaws. .... THE LATEST DISCOVERY For all diseases eanKed by a weak, run-down condition of the nerv ous system, cures the bad effects of tobacco and whisky, opium, etc The very bent remedy yet discovered for lost nerve force, and will not harm anyone or leave any bad effects on the system no matter Jjow long used, but on the other hand nothing but good results will follow. If you simply feel bad there is potbing better to !nff PRICE 50 CENTS A BOX. Which is ten days treatment, (tealed by mad.) 5 boxes $2. Postage stamps taken same as cash. Convenient to carry and take. Try one box and you can have your money back if you are not satisfied. " : i ; I'J'l THE NCRVO. REMEDY CO.', 38 Wrr Jcffcrson Street, Louisvi&as. Kv. aois aacnT vmc u The Only High Class I Monthly, at 25c m, V.at. In Itia tS World aaaaaaa it- -.c1 .MnsiTHLV - I. 4 Jbrtm Tagt. CoHmiu 10 Every page MagaslD la Itself; each department edited by Moa wba kaews kowi" every nnmber a nla af lafori .poo aad otertaiament. 1 ' ' 5 H)Hvv(fW a COHT.ilSJ THE lOt'CtHM CLfJM.VtMl i Oaa fbort Stary Btcir' '- Tu Papular C-ciac. Asmmki 1 1 t All th Camfarta af Home n,( Lryc. Oepartaneat f H.ns Tk Kdltat a Mall Holiday. Tbc Qu cl (aria sjaestlaa department. T i4 ot lasity akaa. 8 aorta. Came, and mmm Hasae Stady. Ths Cesnipf OrMja The first Taaaaaad, n W'.t u a With It, ( practical aacce erpmm. Taa Stary af the Warla. Wbra tb r Work la Ooaa. 9 T SsartsCaayRtraMasUaa. Addrttt GOOD TlftaXS, Columbus, 0 IMMtmiMMMMMIII CURRE WT RAILROAD CHEDULES AND ArjrJOUrjCEr.lENTS. tiona would be aa BurDrisinir to the . S 4a 0mm W V a m- . a reaaers oi rne unique Monthly as to the young; graduate, and I here men, and passed currently, and give It. I have worked this problem "Uncle Sam" himself Uing present, some three different times with the was occasi naily rahied on the in same result, and I am willing to creasing interest of his possessions. vouch lor Its accuracy. Soon the incident appeared in print, My calculation Is based on the es- and the joke gained favor rapidly, tlmate of two hundred and twenty till it penetrated and was recognized pins in one ounce, forty thousand In every part of the country, and pounds to a carload, and twenty cars says John Frost, the Boston to a train. W0W. If at the end of hioinrlan. will no rimibt enntinun sol Reasons Why you Should SOOTHBRH Insure in the the fifty-two weeks the accumulated pins ware moved at the rate of ten trainloada a day, it would take a fraction over four hundred and thirty-fieven years to move all the pins; or, made up in one train and allowing thirty-four feet for the length of each car with coupling, and fifty feet for each of the million And a half locomotives (including lenders), the cars would make a olid train reaching more than eight times around the earth. No won der the high-school graduate was astonished at the result; for the en ormous proportions soon attained by doubling figures In geometrical pro gression is really wonderful to one not a mathematician. W. J. Thomas. Letter CarrIerNo. 9, Lynchburg, Virginia. while the nation. United States remains New Up-Town Officat New York City. The Seaboard Air Line Railway has opened an up-town office at 1183 Broadway, New York City, aaa a A -V A. corner twenty-eigmn atreei. iw down-town passenger office at 387 j Broadway is still maintained. Any information' as to tickets, rates, sleeping r car reservations the State, are cheerfully furnished i.StaildarU KailWay at this ottice. - - 'AY The other day a lady called on an oculist to have he eyes fitted with glasses, saying: "Have you magnifying glasses to make things look large?" "Yes, madam." "Then I will take a pair, for the other day I made a terrible blunder." "How's that?" asked the oculist. The lady replied: "I mistook a bumble-bee for a blackberry." hwilthy portions of the what you might call a God In Many Languages. Unique Monthly. . ' It Is well known that the name of God la spelled differently in every language, but it la not so generally known that in nearly every known tongue it has Just four letters. The following list will show the truth of this statement: A little boy once called out to his father, who had mounted his horse j for a journey: "Good-bye, papa; I love you thirty miles long." A lit tle sister quickly added: "Good-bye, dear papa; you will never ride to the end of my love." Its business is confined strictly to the most United States, thus its policyholders constitute preferred class. It is one of the strongest companies in the World, and its assets are big enough $16,367,636.00 all gilt edged, and are invested entirely in America, thus receiving the constant care and attention of the officers of the company. It is an American company, amenable only to our own laws and not subject to the dictation of various foreign governments. It is not a racer for new business, the watch words of the company being, Strength, Soliiity and Security. Its policies are simple, clean, straightforward contracts. Its management has been practically the same for a quarter of a century. It has paid its policyholders since organizatiod over $ 45,000,000.00. We judge a company as we do a man. What are its morals? When other companies deserted the Southern Policy-holder, and used bot the money he had contributed towards their success, and their infl uenca to destroy him, the Manhattan stayed firm as a" rock "Justice" wa their motto. See what a distinguished Statesman of Georgia says : . STATE OF GEORGIA, MILEAGE TICKETS REDUCED, Seaboard A ir Line Railway on thou sand mile tickets are now sold from all points on its lines at rate of $35.00, in cluding those previously sold in the State of Florida at $30,000. These tick ets are good over the entire seaboard Air Line Railway system and are hon ored between Richmond and Washing ton by the Richmond, Frederickaburg and Potomac and Pennsylvania rail roads, between Portsmouth and Bslti more by the Baltimore Steam Packet Company (Bay Line) and between Clinton and Columbia, 8. C, by ;tbe Columbia, Newberry, ac Laurens Kail- road. All tickets which have been sold at $25,00 and endorsed "not good in State of Florida" will be honored over the entire system, includinr lines in Florida, regardless of such endorse ments . of The South. The Direct Line N all points - - - - - Texas - California Florida - Cuba Porto Rico. Lv WaUlon - Ax Booky Mount, Latin, Deus; Greek, Zeus; Hebrew, Adon, Syrian, Adad; Arabian, Alia; Persian, . Byra; Tartarian, Idga; Egyptian, Aumnpr Zeut; East Indian, Esgl or Zeul; Japanese, Zain; Turkish, Addi; Scandinavian, , Odin; Wallachlan, Zenc; Croatian, Doga; Dalmatian, Rogt; Tyrrhenian, Eher, Etrurian, Chur, Margarian, Oese; Swedish, Codd; L-lah, Dhla; German, Gott; French, Dieu; Spanish, DIos; Peruvian, Lian. James Maginxis. 419 8. California Ave., Chlcago.-Ill. Cvcr-lVcrfe Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes. Tne kidneys are your blood purifiers, they fil ter out the waste or impurities in the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fail to do their work. Pains, aches and rheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid in the blood, due to neglected ey trouble. Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats, and makes one feel as though hey had heart trouble, because the heart is over-working in pumping thick, kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries. It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin ning in kidneyouble. " Ifyou are sick you can make no mistake by first dactoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy la soon realized, ii start as ue nlghest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sold on Its merits by all druggists in fifty cent and onordoUar siz es. You may have a sample bottle by mall Treasury Department. . Atlanta, Ga., May 12, 1891. A. & Ii. C. KMLROflD TIME TABLE SO To take effect Sunday June 16 1901, at 13 m A M. at Goidsboro. Supersedes Time Table 19, Of Dec. 1, 1900, and all supplement tnereto. KA8TUOUND TMAINS. 'Strictly FIRST CLASS Equipment on all throarn and local trains; rnu man Palaoe Sleeping ears on all nignt trains. Fast and sale scneouiea. Trarel by the Southern and you are assured a safe, comfortable and expe ditious journey. W2 Why Mr. Hardeman had a policy in the " Manhattan Lire. Lv. Ar Lv ' K. MaJ.'Jos. H. Morgan, Special Aet. Atlanta. Dear Sir: As agent of the Manhattan Life Insurance Company of New York, It affords me pleasure to say to you that my father was In sured in your company, and by reason of the late war, he was unable to rtaca your company and pay his premiums as they fell due; and that after the cessation of hostilities, my father having died during the war, jour company have paid to my mother the amount of hia policy less the amount of premium unpaid. ; - Yours Truly,' . (Signed) R. U. HARDEMAN, State Treaturer. Axd this was not an Isolated case by no means. J So soon as the civil war was over the Manhattan announced that the company was ready to communicate with the old oolievholdera! In viting them to reinstate their policies, making one condition only, that Lt w puuuynuiuen suuuiu ue in gouu ueaitn. . Huch an act of genetoslty was unthought of by - any other company or corporation. '"J.":..''-"... . - ... ,r hi Knowing that their Southrn policyholders werenost ol them, men who had made every sac rifle possible for the land that thev loved, and that bad been reduced from aftuenee to poVertv, they offered, in lieu of ArlCorehead City.... 11 02 5 9 ' ' i -i f :- "r Daily ex. Pass- 4 ' Sun. mixt enger STATIONS ,-soUdfrei't 1 " ' cars and Daily - , passengers. a., a. Goldsboro 7 45 Bert's............... 8 03 LaQrange ....S 11 Falling Creek.. v.'.V.S 23; Kinston . . . . . . . . . .... 8 80 Caswell. 8 46 Dover.... 8 65 Dover Core's.Creek 9 07 Tuscarora 9 SI Clark's 9 25 New Bern.. ....... 9 40 New Bern. ...... ....9 50 Riverdale. 10 15 Croatan ..... w.....lo 18 L Havelock ;: .10 so Newport ........10 43 Wildwood. ....10 49 Atlantic 10 54 110WS THIS t W offer oaa hondred dollars reward for any'case of Catarrh shat eannot be ured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY A CO., '..) . Prop's -Toledo, Ohio. We, the undersigned, bare known F. j. cneney lor the last 16 years, and bs leva mm perfectly nonorabl tusines transactions and financiall able to carry out any obligations made toy their flrau - , t v West Truax, Wholesale Druggists, ' . " Toledo, Ohio. Ifaldiag, Klanan A Marvin, Wholesale Draggists, . .Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Care Is taken internally and acta directly on the blood and mu cous surfaoes of the system. Send for testimonials, free. ' F. J. Chbnxt & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c 1 HaU's Family Pills are the best. reaay money to accept a note covering the entire premium during the time that payments had lapsed. In addition to that they placed these policies on the same footing of other policies of the same date, In regard to dividends and and annuities. ;7 .... -s s t : ..q'; The company went even further ; In cases where . the insurer was unable to comply with these very liberal terms, or did not care to renew the policy during these troublesome times, the Manhattan agreed to pay the purchase value of the policy as it stood on the date of the lapse from the nun-payment of premiums "fit t;;." 2 - Although the Manhattan has made no boaat of this m.tLt mtnamaif. out if you havi kidney or bladder trouble. l,he dtoloyaJty, of Southern policyholders vitiated their, contracts," Mention this paper when writing Dr. KUmar i DW" remaiim uu rwcuru mai ine xxannawan was true and steadfast. I Tismton. N. Y. - : - , . honest and equitable, when all others .forsook the old soldlera In tha time of their direst necessity. f - - i Ratio op Payments to PoiacraouMEBS to Fbxmiuus Received ' FBOM OBGAJrtZATIPN TO JAJTUAJBY 1ST, 1900. atjco NOTICE OF SALE. I will, on Monday July 1st 1901, eOoae to publie sale at the United Stataa f!rtnrt Tlnnaa mrtA X.-,m Offl I w J w v, auA no- 1 - - A w V1UOS I honorable in all Building, in this eity, a lot of Old Furniture, consisting of Lounges, wasnstanajt, t chairs, carpets etc. Terms of sale cash, i : ; "a . - 1 E. C. DUNCAN, ' - . . Castodtan:. June 12th 1901. ' " . . Commenced Business. Men can be cured nrlvatelv and positively at home of all weakness and disease. Write for new free book to Dr. J, N. Hathaway, 22$ b. Broad ess quanta, ua . . t. Premiums Company. Business. Received. Maariattan Life, Aug, 1850, 955,763,054 Mutual Lifer " Feb., 1843, 72853,694 Mass. Mut. Life, - Aug. 1851,. ; 60,268,275 Penn Mutual, -4 Mayv 1847, f 87,749,054 New York Life April, 1845, " 527,888,388 Equitable, : July, 1859, 593,109,594 Northwestern; ( h IJov., 1858, ,i 209,752,220 National Life, FebM 1850, 36,598,233 Union Central, ;u March, 4867, This is how the M&nhatttui ; Paid to . Policyholders. $45,340,055 '5l0,i49,l69 37,647,180 r 62,215,29a 298,198,195 : ; .322,786,211 - 107,816,914 ; 18,606,228 17,344,844, . Paid per $100rec'd 81.31 70.09 62.47 - 59.51 66.49 v 54.42 61.16 49.20 43,864,891 ; has earned its title, "The Gi4 Sellable." v . , BUTIR &yEl eral Agents, Bailiff 01 SOfiToxierBnUdlngl " ' r"S I P.M. 6 40 6 00 . 6 09 6 20 6 81 6 46 6 6t 6 66 7 07 7 19 7 2 7 40 7 50 8 II 8 18 8 80 8 43 849 8 51 9 01 9 07 9 15 Apply to ticket arents for tlsse blea, rates and general information, or address (No trouble to answer questions) & H. HABDWICK, Q. P. A.. Washington. D. C. R L VERNON, THAD C STUROIS, TA UTA Charlotte. NC . Raleigh, N C Si A. L. RAILWAY Direct Line to All Points in Lvtf orenead City. .... .11 OT Auantio iiocei. v ir 1L City Depot. . . . .11 15 vWJEaSX'BOTJMI TBAINS, Passenger ceptSan y pTA 110.99 wauy r a, Alabama, Florida, Texas' j j0iiba and J . A.L :....vuo6 Goldsboro Best9.. '. 10 43 LaOrange a fU 82 Falling Creek,.. . a 10 22 Kin8ton... s Q 13 Oas well. , . . f 9 60 Dover.. ..... a o 43 Dover. a a'V aa'asstiaaa 9 40 Core Creeks., a 9 80 Tuscarora.... s 9 20 Clark. ... ........... f 9 12 New Bern..- s 9 00 i'..r . 8 87 f 8 18 f 8 09 ...... . .... O V w Newport...... ...... a 7 46 ; t ildwood.-: 1 7 89 Atlantic ; v. . 1.1 .Jt 7 86 Ar Morenead City. .. a 7 37 Ly M orehead City 7 32 jr Atiantae jttocei. W w Ar Ly W Ar Lv: New Ben. 1 Riverdale......... day,Mxr H . PortoSBiCO. soiid Frt' J - p;aengetr74?T iSMFFE? AND EXPRESS f 1 TRAINS. FIB8T-CLAS3 EOU1 8 55 - ' - :- ' . 8 8 88 MENT and the beat accommodation. 8 8 22 - . -r -p - 'it ,. t ... on aU tnans. - r Travel by the "FLOBIDA A1?D lUSTBOPQLITAH LI1ITED,,' r and you are assured of a,' quick and a comfortable Journey. . If I 87 St 87 20 f 7 13 8790 W. R. R. . AND BRANCHSS. .M AT LAN lit COAST LlN A K K COMPANY OF SOUTH CAROLINA eoarnaxsan aonaouia TRA1K8 oonro aurtTH DATSD Jan 18,laOL LvTarboro.. LvRoeky Lv Wilson.. Lv Balms.. Lvrayattef ArTlonnos Ooldsboro Maxnolia ... WUssingtao. df 4 62 3 4J Q Kft -o icft aksA a. au r. m. r sl a. h. "rst. U CO ft- 1 00 w 63 .... 13 31 ..... 6 00 1 Ot 10 C24 17 i7b Itbt 1 OS 10 40 ; it 4$ 67 340 3 6b 11 1 4 SO 12 S3 . 7 86 St r. . a sr. I 66 t S 30 .... ..... ... 7 6 4 16 . ..... ... 93J 600 rji. 1. r sr. TRaixi eoixa mono. 4 Lv Lv lyattariUa.. Lv Balms , at wuaoa. Lv Wilson.. ArBoekyMoant, aUTarborw. LV a. 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Train on tha Ffrtlaml Eaak tsavas WaUaa 8 (6 p. aa Ea2az 4 17 blIT! yllk.8 p. gu, lUaatanTia p!m. A a. aa.. an WakkmllSa. Trains oaTTat "SftSa ? !4? . Pa laava Parmals 83 a. a. aad tui lTia and 73 : SafiiSrsr rlva WsJilntonii.-o ZZm Croatani, i J Havelock. WT; 6 47 10 JAfXU. BARB, 1st Vice-President tt aII y nd Ueneral Mana-er. 1 5 43 i C11 on or write for time tables, a 6 87 roes ana ouier lniormaUon to 5 86 Ai: ;n.CityDepot LvJT 06 ' ' 6 20 : W Yfater station. f Stop on Slg naLvv8--ReguUr Stop. Telegraph Station. S. L. DLLL, 3a. fiupt. ' CH 0ATTI3, 0. P. and T. A , 't-yi-lL: Raleigh, N. 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Drawing Ko" rleepinjr, and Ihrough Dsy Cok between New York and JarksonTiU Throogh Drawisg Rvotn Buffet Sl T log Cars between New Turk aod At lanta. Noa. 37 and 68 Florida and Atlw Fast Hail. Through Drawing J Buffet Sleeping Car bat wee a York Jackaoof ilia, connecting at Haw lt with fUeeplBg Car so aad trom At lanta.. .... , Tickets on tola to all points. Pod raan births. Heaerved and reserva tion mad on .outgoing teaart tresx Norfolk. Baage eheckad from hotel and residenoes without extra charge. Call at the Up-town Ticket Office . f crtcfci Usss BsiMlar. C. q. G:tlij - C. J.'izi P. Ball, Ealah and InUrstaU Phows lfr II. 8. LJ1A MD, Tl P. A-, Ral.lgkrIiC II. E. L,BUncn,Oenl Paps. Ag Portaoath. V- - , , JAB. H. BAUS. lat Ylee-Pr-aideat and Oeneral Janager. 8 11 I 4 mTmf - -rimy i. ...a. I 7mT - ' lev - ! . " "-4 1J.U.L

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