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July 11, 1901, edition 1 /
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i loman ana huiih; wwoi
too many -dainty IIIIK.,
We don't ff.t anthiof to eat at oar
aouat an m re
There's never n common dl.b come
throu.h i he kitcnen door.
For n a d all I he girl ia workia' like
they wm machines
in. in' "damir dlabes" from
'1 hey fite us dab o thia an' that, with
namee we can't pernounce,
Wiib sprigs o'stbff around them all,
just like a little flounce
A stakor two o' spinace takes tin
place o' 'mess o' i;reensT'
We're eatln' "dainty dishe." from the
Tbecroc'ry bill's a-bumrain' now-1
tell you it's a ain,
We got to tuy Ue dainty s uff an'
tblnf s to cook it fo
rm blamed If I'll call bean soup any
"consuojujay d bt ana !"
But it's in "Dainty Disbes" in the
I want a steak I want it quick I'm
unary as a boss
laiot it with thick irravf no new
fan also kind o' "sauce."
An luten kerful au' youM no a J ret
what the or man means
1 wsut no "dainty dishes" fin the
Art lata Queen lSluurler.
Pouaain has a picture of St. Jerome
seated la front of a clock.
TIntoret.o represent the Israelites
gathering manna armed with guns.
Paul Veronese places several ueno-
dictlne monks among the priests at
the marriage In Cana.
Ucello, w lining to represent a
chameleon, makes It a marvelous
beast, half camel, half lion.
Ilaphael represents Apollo playing
the violin and has a red lobster in
hi "Miraculous Draft of Fishes."
Durer painted Adam and Eve ex
celled from the garden of Eden by
an angel in a dress trimmed with
A well known Dutch painter
shows us Abraham preparing to
sacrifice his son by blowing out his
brains with a pistol.
In famous picture or Adam and I
Eve In the garden of Eden we see
In the background a hunter In full
costume shooting ducks.
In a noted Dutch picture one of I
the wise men is represented otrering
to the divine infanta model of a
Dutch man of war.
A picture of Sir Cloudesley Shovel
Hanging in a jAnuon nouse snows
the famous admiral with a Homan
cuirass and sandals and an eighteenth
Christian Science Services.
The Charlotte Observer siieaking
of the meeting being carried on in
that city by the Christian Science
To au outsider the most curious
iart of the service Is the Interprets-
tlou of the Lord's prayer, which is
read at every service. As arrauged
by Mrs. Eddy, It is as follows:
"Our Father which art In Heaven,
(Our Father-Mother Ood, all har
monious). Hallowed by Thy name.
(Adorable One). Thy Kingdom
come. (Thy Kingdom is come.
Ood Is ever present aud omnipotent.)
Thy will be done In earth as It Is In
Heaven. (Enable us to know as
In Heaven so In earth Ood is all
in all.) . Oive us this day our dally
bread. (Olve us grace for to-day;
feed Thou the famished affections )
And torgive us our debts, as we for
give our debtors. (And divine love
is reflected in love.) And lead us
not Into temptation, but deliver us
from evil. (And love leaveth us
not In temptatlen, but dellvereth
us from evil sin, disease and death.)
For Thine is the kingdom and the
power and the glory torever. (For
Ood is substance, intelligence, life,
After the service the reporter was
informed by the readers that eight
people In this city had embraced
xneir laitn. The two ladies are ex
ceedingly courteous and kind and
not obtrusive with their doctrines.
Effect of Ghost Stories.
Sensational stories generally in
terest children. They will seek for
them, beg for them, and listen to or
read them with Intense interest, and
go shivering to bed. starting at
every shadow, and frightened half
to death at every sound. A restless
sleep follows, and the child frequent
ly starts up screaming. If the cause
of the trouble Is not soon discovered,
a nervous, Irritable and timid child
is the result. Even the old story of
Red Riding Hood Is more than some
children can stand. Red Riding
Hood is a favorite story with older
children, and they tell it as dram
atically as they know how, only
satisfied when they see the shadow
of fear on the little listening face.
Many children are made timid for
life through heedless tales of buga
booa and bears, even the harmless
ragman is made' a terror; often one
can see a child run and hide when
the ragman's call is heard. If the
child has enough of philosophy to
investigate, or oppose these terrors,
Jae learns that he has beeu deceived,
And has no further regard for truth,
ior he can no longer understand the
-difference between truth and false
Poverty may be no disgrace, but
it's mighty uncomfortable. Ex.
HOW'S THIS 1
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any oase of Catarrh shat cannot be
eured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
; F. J. CHENEY A CO.,
Prop's Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, bare known F,
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
buaioee transactions and flnanciallj
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm.
tTeat A Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
W aiding, Kinnao A Marvin,
rwi 1 a y-v
t . , a jieuo, KJ
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally
; end acta directly on the blood and mo
sous eunaces of the system. Send for
F. J. Chbhsy & Co., Toledo, O
Sold by drar lists, 75c.
-Hall's jramlly pills are the best.
Hoir Pa Itroke the Xewi.
Tm Cum-t and hit friend, Pat Kline
Were bftirr rock ooe day.
When blast wtot off and blw poor
Clar tothe raillT J.
When dm came down be came so ftl
He I ft fcia soul behind.
arm and Jeff was all of bim
That tbej eou.d ever find.
The foreman said t Pa': "Go home
And see Tim's poor old wife.
And gently break the new to her
That Tim has lot bis life."
So I'at went adly to Tim's home.
And when be saw rim s wife
Hecrised: "Did Mr. Can y hare
Insurance on bis lif ?"
You bet yer life he ha'ea'd she
'Hurrab for lharr yens rat;
'We can't collect your butband, but
We'll help ye collrct th it !"
Quick Work Might Holve It
1Ondou Aniwew: A lady was re
cently reading to her young sou the
Btoryof a little fellow whose father
was taken 111 and died after which
he set himself diligently to work to
assist In supporting himself and hi
mother. When she had finished the
ntory, she said;
"Now, Tommy, If pa was to die,
wouldn't you work to keep maua-
"Why, no," nald
the little chap,
not relishing the
idea of work.
"What for? Ain't we got a good
house to live in?"
"Oh, yes, my dear." said his mo-1
ther, "but we can't eat the house,
"Well, ain't we crot plenty of
thinea in the pantry?" continued
the young hoiful.
"Certainly, dear," replied the mo
ther, but they would not last long,
an1 mtrhctf 4 hnn
ftuvi rw aaay ayaaaa
"Well, ma," said the youDg in-
corrigible, after thinking a moment,
ant there enough to last till you
et ftnother husband?"
Ma gave It up. Ex.
To stop cracks in Iron,
and common salt and a little water.
and flll lhe CTnckni set it aside, and
iet become firm and hard before
i)0'not COok tomatoes In a tin. Be
especially careful not to add salt; If
by oversight you are cooking the
tomatoes in tin, a poisonous chem
ical compound Is the result. For
the same reason do not leave ton.a-
toes or other vegetables or fruits in
a tin can after the can is opened.
The oxytren of the air combint s
with the acid and the tin to make a
poison. Do not leave ItMjjon jejly
or other aciu jellies in a
Make It Bright. .
A small girl who had been visit
iug her grantliueiit.i in the country
was asked how she had enjoyed her
visit. "Oh, pn tly well," the re
plied, "but I'd like the country bet
ter if it was here in town." She Is
not alone in her v ew; a good many
lonely women will echo the opinion.
The best way to make country life
Interesting is to put some interest
into it. If our life is narrowed
nown to one small country com
munity there is little wisdom in de
ciding that real Interests can only
lie outside it.
Same Old Complaint.
"I wonder what Eve said when
she found she had to leave the gar
den of Eden," said Mr. Grumnin's
wife. "It was just about what all
women say when they are starting
on a journey. She complained that
she didn't have a thing to wear."
Mrs. Blinklns "I want some of
them hose thet yer advertisln' so
Mrs. Blinking "Well, I don't
know 's It's enny of your blzness
whether I wear 'em in the garden
er not." Judge.
Rheumatic pains are the cries of protest
and distress from tortured muscles, aching
joints and excited nerves. The blood has
been poisoned by the accumulation oi
waste matter in the system, and can n4
longer supply the pure and health sustain
ing food they require. The whole system
feels the effect of this acid poison ; and
not until the blood has been purified and
nrougnt DacK to a neaitny condition will
me acnes ana pains cease.
Mrs. James Kell, of 707 Ninth itreet, N. E
Washington, D. C, writes as follows : " A fen
motnns ago 1 Had an attack ol Sciatic Rheuma
11am in us worst torm. The
pain was so intense that I .
became completely pros
trated. The attack was an
unusually severe one, and
my condition was regard
ed as being; very danger
ous. I was attended by
one of the most able doc
tors in Washington, who ia
also a member oi the fac
ulty of a leading medical
college here. He told me
to continue his prescrip
tions audi would get well.
After having 1' fillei
twelve times without receiving th clicrhtrf
benefit, I declined to continue his treatment a 111
longer. Having heard of S. S. S.(Swif t's Specific)
recommended for Rheumatism, I decided, almost
In despair however, to give the medicine a irial
and after I had taken a few bottles I waa able U
hobble around on crutches, and very soon ther
",aad ao use for them at all. S. S. S. having
buuuu ma weii. aii me aistressini
pains nave left me, my appetite
and I am happy to be again rest
restored to perf ed
' . h. Al -A ....
mi great vegeiaDK
punner and tome.
the ideal remedy in all
There are no orjiatea at
minerals in it to disturb the digestion and
icaa to ruinous naDits.
We have prepared a special book on
Rheumatism which every sufferer from
this painful disease should read, . It is the
most complete and interesting book of
the kind in existence. It will be sent free
to any one desiring it Write our physi
cians fully and freely about your case. We
make no charge for medical advice.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA, GA.
NOTICE OF SALE.
I will, on Monday July 1st
expose to public sale at. the Uoited
States Court House and P..t i am
Building, in this city, a lot of O.d
Furniture, consisting of -Lounires
wasnsianur, unairs. Uarnafa
-terms or sale cash.
, , E. 0. DUNCAN,
Jane 12th 190L
NJ INJ KJ 1
A gentleman living in PhnadVlpM.
wriUti : " Having been a nufferer for
number of y-ara'from ntomatb truublf
biliounHw induti by a sudden change
tty and irn-guUily t-ating. I becama irn
croM and haggard. 1 as jM-rsuaJ.d to
riipans Tabulea. 1 rom the beginning I
Alcnl a change, and
pregvlarly. eat with a rvliab aim icei
the betft of health. This wa about
i wwks ago, and I am still using the
abules. taking from one to two a aay.
cunbufely tay the medicine baa done
me loU of good, and I shall be only
too glad to recommend it to others."
Thrr U in rr-ly any rootlitlaa ef HI baalta
rf a K. I. I. N.
Ml for 5 reuf.
hnn, or luntlf bt
re eUj uiC. t
The International Convention of
the Christian Endeavor Society met ,
in Cincinnati Saturday.
A SUSTAIN Nd iIET.
These are the f-Lervating days,
ark An. tx somfb'dv has said, men
droD bv the BUT.:rotce as if the day !
fire, bad dwnd Tfay are fraught
with dagger to people whose systems
ar poorly sustained j and thia It a Is
us to say, in the interest of the leas
robust of ur readers, that the full
tffect of Bocd's Sarsapsrilla is sach
... . i. . I - - n t n svf i.ll.
RB AtruTIi V"
IQg T01S mraiomo BUiMOiuxug mtciucc
a blood purifier aLd t-.nie, gay, a
sustaining diet. It mskts it much
easier to bear the heat, assures re
freshing sleep, and will without any
doubt avert much sickness at this
time of year.
Men can be cured privately and
positively at home of all weakness
and disease. Write for now free book
to Dr. J. N. Hathaway, 22$ . Broad
St., Atlanta, Oa. tf.
Now is the time to subscribe to
the Caucasian. Only $1.00 a year.
Insure in the
Its business is confined strictly
United States, thus its policyholders
It is one of the strongest companies in the World, and its assets are
Dig enougn ib,db7,b36.00 all gilt
America, tnus receiving the constant
It is an American company, amenable only to our own laws and not
suDject to the dictation of various foreign governments.
xv is not a racer ior new business,
Tl A - . .
uwug, oiicugm, ouii'uiy ana oecurity.
Its policies are simple, clean, straightforward contracts
. 4.10 mauBgomeui, xias ueen pracucaiiy tne same tor a Quarter of a
It has paid its policyholders since
We jUaflTe ft com nan v ao wa
other companies deserted the Southern Policy-holder, and used bot
the money he had contributed towards their success, and their influenc
to destroy him, the Manhattan stayed firm as a rock "Justice" wa
their motto. See what a distinfirniahAd Ktatanm an nf ftenrai aa-r a
STATE OF GEORGIA,
Dear Sir As agent of the Manhattan Life Insurance Company of
Now 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
reaca your company and pay his premiums as they fell due: and that
after the cessation of hostilities, my father having died during the war.
jw-a vvaujiauy uoyo y-u w in j
.. ., tSigned) R. U. HAEDEMAN, State Tceaturer.
Aid this was not an isolated case bv no means. -
, ou BWu a ne civu war was
u. company was ready to communicate with the old policyholders, In
viting them to reinstate their policies, making one condition only, that
Mich an act of genet osity was
or corporation. - '
KnOwlnir that t.halr Knnth
v n n hori ma)n w MM a .
, Tx. rvwrJ Bllcnuc POBsinie ior me land that they loved, and I
that had been reduced from affluence to poverty, they offered, in lieu of'
. -,u.JWWWpu no,e covering the entire premium during the
time that payments had Japsed. 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. 1 -. 6
The company went even further; In cases , where the insurer waa
unable to comply with these very liberal terms, or did not care to renew
the policy during these troublesome times, the Manhattan agreed to nay
the purchase value of the policy as it stood on the date of the lapse
from the non-payment of premiums
hounJ Manhattan has made no boast of this act of generosity,
rhtr,! u e ground
that the disloyalty of Southern policyholders vitiated their contracts
sun u remains on record that the Manhattan was true and steadfast,
Hf AnK f"11!16 hen a11 oers forsook the old soldiers in the
time of their direst necessity. . "
Ratio of Payments to Policyholdkbs. to Premiums Received
FROM ORGANIZATIPN TO JANUARY 1ST, 1900.
Manhattan Life, Aug, 185Q, $55,763,054
New York Life,
A iiuw me Aiannattan has
BUTLER & AYER,
Tucker Building. i
have uecoiws - - --
S. '1'nbale, an4 thm vn.
' l 1n tMl
or fc DruMMCT.
The President and 3rs. Mcvinley
have gone to Canton, Ohio, their
old home, to spend the summer.
Dr. K. Detchon's Antl Diuretic
May be worth to you more than
$100 if you have a child, who soils
beading irom lncontenence or wa
ter during ejeep. Cures old and
young alike. It arrests the trou
ble at once. $1. Sold by Henry T.
Permanently cured by themaster
y power of "South African Ner
vine Tonic." JnvaU'ls need suffer
no longer, because this great remedy
pan cure them all. It is a cure for the
whole world of stomach weakness
and indigestin. The cure begins 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.
to the most halthv portions of the
constitute what you might call a
edged, and are invested entirely in
care and attention of the officers of
the watch words of the company
organization! over $45,000,000.00.
. m an what, am ta mnMiei
v Atlanta, Ga., May 12, 1891
Hardeman had a policy in the
i. Morgan, Special Aet. Atlanta.
luoiiieT ice aniouiit or His policy lost?
over the Manhattan announced that
nn thought of by any other companv
... . .
earned its title, The Old Reliable."
General Agent,Blei0i, N.C.
j : , ' . ; -
Prinoe Vm Ilohenlohe, fbrtnerty
Carman IiaTial CliaDcellor, did
at Ktzatz, Swltxeriand, last rYiday.
Oanptrolkr of the Currency,
Davfv, has tendered hU radgnatkm
to the Prsident to take effect ct-lt
Mr. Dawes reidgns hieoflke In order
to enter the Illinois - ijenatorial coo-
test this fall.
prUl Rats via S. A.L- RaUvray.
On account of the Natlosal Con
veatlon Kpworlh Leagu. Baa
Fried o, Cal , J oly 1 8th-2Ut, the
Seaboard Air Use Railway will
slt round trip tickets from all
oointa In Korih Carolina: rate from
IUlelsh $655. Tickets will be
sold from July 5th to 12th, incln
We, gocd ret urn tag until Aogaat
3rd by df pcsiung ticket wun jomi
Agent at an Franwieco and on
pay meat of fee of 60 centa. For
tickets either going or returning
one way only, through Portland or
Purot Hound, via Shasta Eonte or
steamtr, 19 00 will be added to rate
For tickets going via Ogden, re
turning via Los Angel-, Ban Fran
cisco and Shasta Houte, or going
via Portland and Shasta Route to
San Francisco, returning via Los
Angeles and Ogden, $13.00 will be
adde? to rate. Stop tnrers will be
rer mitt d at and Wst of Colorado
common points Cheyenne to Trin
idad, Fort Worth and San Anton I a,
T x. East of these points tickets
will be kfocd only for continuous
rasgsse, passengers to reach point
of sale not later than August 3 1st.
Any parties desiring to take this
trip can do so.. and the Seaboard
Air Line wiil pay special attention
to those using its line and upon ap
plication to the undersigned any
information will be furnished.
C. FT. Oattis, r. p. & T. 4.
Palelgh, M. Ct
H. 8. LfiaKp, T. P. At
Baleigh, N. C.
Take NERYO TABLETS. The Great
A Purely Vpfn-table Remedy that acts direct
ly on tne rervous system. i
ram and KUioa.
Revitilizinirand replneing waste)
Strengthen and feed the Tired Brain. ltulldn
iip tnts impoverished Mood, makes it red, aul
rieh, and the pale e heeVs rosy and plump.
A SEXUAL TONIC Act immediately and
directly on the Sexual Orgnns. at one impart
ing lone, siren Kin .ira vigor, ii matter
fcopeless your case may necin. t'osltiyely stops
night luscs at owe, fure Kervmu pvuiltty.
JJifczmef, FMiniiUR spells. lossul aiemory, rati
PrenrnK, Sexual Exhaustipn, Languor. Tired
Feeling, Sleeplessness, Indigestion, Convtipa
tion. anl Kidney lJieases.
THB LATEST DISCOVERVFor all
caused by a weak, run-down condition of the
nervous system, cures tne nan eirecw oi tooacco
and whisky.opium.etc The very best remedy
ret discovered lor lost nerve tore, ana win not
harm anyone or leave any bad effects on the
system no matter how long used, but on the
other hand nothing but tfoxl result will follow.
If vou simply led bad there is nothing better to
PRICE 60 CENTS A BOX. Which is ten days treatment, (Mcalrtl hy nutU.)
5 lioxes f'3. Postage fetami taken same as cash. Convenient to carry and take.
Try one box and you can have your money back if you are not satisfied.
THE NERVO REMEDY CO.,
358 Wmmr JtFfCwaoN Strict. Louisviia. Kv oit Ackmt row tm o
CURRENT RAILROAD SHEDULES AND ANrJOUNCErJlENTS.
New Up-To wn Office 1 New . York City.
TheBeaboard Air Line Railway
haa opened an wprtpwri ohce at
1183 Broadway, New York City,
a k a A- Tl.
corner twenty-eignin streex. iw
4own-tpwn passenger office at 387
tJroaaway is sun mainiaptju,
Any information as to , tickets,
rates, sleeping car reservations;
building and manufacturing sites in
the State, are cheerfully furnished
at this office.
MILEAGE TICKETS REDUCED.
Seaboard Air Line Railway onn thou
sand mile tickets are now sold from all
points on its lines at rate of $25.00, in
cluding those previomly sola in the
State of Florida at f3Q,00Q. 1 hese ick
ets are good over the entire Seaboard
Air Line Railway system and are hon
ored between Richmond and Washing-
ton by tne Richmond, Fredericksburg
and Potomac and Pennsylvania rail
roads, between Portsmouth and Balti
more by the Baltimore Steam Packet
Company (Bay Line) and between
Clinton and Columbia, S. C, by itfce
Columbia, Newberry & Laurens Rail
road. AH tickets wmcn nave neen
sold at $25,00 and endorsed "not good
in State of Florida" will be honored
over the entire system, including: lines
in Florida, regardless of such endorse
ment A. (S II. C. li A1LK0AD.
TIME TABLE 20
To take effect July 101001, at
. 13:01 A. M.
Supersedes Time Table No. 30, Juoel6
Golds born 7 50
Best's 8 05
LaGrange ...8 13
Falling Creek 8 23
Kinston 8 30
1 Caswell.. 8 46
Dover 8 65
Core's Creek. .
Tuscarora . . . .
New Bern. . .
. . . .9 25
... 9 40
.... 10 15
Croatan . .
- 8 49
Morehead City....ll 02
Morehead City 11 07 ,
M. City Depot..... 11 15
STATiUAts uany oay, Mxr
Past en get
: t 1- A.M. Jr. M
Ar Goldtboro . . 11 05 8 55
Bestfl........'... s 10 41 . i S3!
W LaGrange ...... a 10 S2 s 8 22
Failing Creek a 10 22 s 8 18
W Kinston ....... s 10 12 s 8 02
. Caswell. f 9 60 f 7 60
Ar Dover.. . . : a 9 43 s 7 42
Lv. Dover s 9 40 '
W Core Creek............ a 0 30 s 7 80
'1 uscarorm...... ...... s 9 20 s 7 20
Clark's f 9 12 f 7 18
Ar New Bern......... s 9 00 , s7 00
Lv ew Bern;......... . 8 87 . 6 47
Kiverdale. f 8 18 f 6 23
Croatan......... f 8 09 s6 19
Havel jck... .. s8 00 g 6 10
W Newport....... s 7 46 s5 56
' W ildwood..... f 7 89 f 6 49
-'Atlantic ;v.. . J t-7 85 f 5 43
Ar Morehead City. s 737 j s 5 87
Lv Morehead City....... 7 22 5 85
Atlantic Hotei..M.. - " .
ar M.City Depot Lv... 7 05 X 5 20
W Water station, f Stop on Sig
nal, s Begular. Stop. . Telegraoh
Station. - - - , --
" S. L. DILL, Oca. Csi.
Quick Kouss) to Buffklcw
The Seaboard Air Lin fUIlwayl
has laaugarated a fast schedule
betweea Ualelghasd Baffaio. which
leaves Balelgh at 10 : a- m-on
their Florida aad Atlanta Fast
Mail, arrives Washington 7.a P
m imtm Wash Barton oa the Bar
talo Xight Express over the Peaa
r R- at 7:15 n. m. aod arrtve
H affl a next morana7 7:3v a, m
This train carries Pullman ear and
dav eoaches from Bale lea to waaa
Ington and Pallas an Drawing Room
Klaoina? tars and day coaches be
tweea Washington and Buffalo,
This Is decdi dly the quickest r.ute
to Boflalo 1 be rate via this route,
account of the Pan-American ax
noeltlon. frtm lUleUh Is tiJiZ
limited 15 da a from date of ''.
and ttt 70. limit d until Nov. 3td.
The above rates also apply l
Philadelphia and D. L A VV. K. H.,
also via Norfolk, Bay Line B. A O.
K. tbrr ugh Philadelphia and
thence U-hlgh Valley U. K
P.rll HMlrino tn Uka this tliD
mh Ml tlrknta and Pullman berths
reserved and any information aiwTiuTor price.
thA HAa hoard Air Line Railways
no-town tlckst office la the Yar-
C. H. OATTls. C. r T. A.
H. 8. LkaRD, T. E. A.
Raleigh, N. C.
IS to Umlw
mmm mm mm ML B FBCS. f
JWAW, a est miiw a.wiaiJ
MBS B. ROWAN,
booker T. , Washing
ton taf written the
rtorj of his lift and
work, li .wr. i:) titti on the Ne
aro I'ritbieu i d a'i I t best speeohes
White aud co.orcu .eole are gif ing
adraceed orders. A ' bonkntt for
anta. Both whits and colored
aetata niaks fflaney with this book.
Brain, Blood and Nerve Tonic.
ARREST OCtAY HT taking im whi m-vn
fl th entire nvstem. makes the otd lf I yo'.nc.
Try one bos, after that 1 they wet I ' M a box
you would ii ve them,
JUST FROM EUROPE. Latest and U-4 dis
covery in medical science. tiuaranUtl to cure
any nervous disorder. lroduecs wannth, viimr
and power. lmjaru tho (H-Hug aad. hwit ol
ARE YOUR SEXUAL OROANS WEAK OR
INDIFFERENT. if so your nervous ys;ein
.needs a touic before you Lecoine a total wreck.
Write n lor this latest scientine discovery. It
is a positive cure lor all nervous disease, or
DO VOU SLEW WELL f 1 f not. we pu.ir
an tee this late discovery will cure you or refund
THE BEST DISCOVERY OF THE OE.
Makes your'sk in -lenr and smwih . ti ; li out your
pale cheek, gives you a healthy, robust apjii-ar-anee.
Makes life enjoyable.
of The South.
The Direct Line o all points -
Texas - California
Florida - Cuba
'.Striitly FIRST CLASS Equipment
on all through and local trains; Pull
man Palace Sleeping cars on all night
trains. Fast and safe schedules.
Travel hy the Southern and you are
assured a sale, comfortable ana expe
Apply to ticket agents for time ta
bles, rates and general information, or
(No trouble to answer questions)
S. H. HABDW1CK, G. P. A.,
i Washington. D. C.
R L VERNON, THAp C STURGIS,
T tr A C T A
Charlotte. N C Raleigh, N C
S. A. L.
Direct Line to All Points io
Cuba and -.
, Porto Rico.
FAST LIMITED AND EXPRESS
TRAINS, FIRST-CLASS EQUIP
MENT and the best vxmmodation
Day coaches and Buffet Sleeping cars
on all trains. i
Travel by the FLORIDA AND
and you are assured of a quick
and a comfortable Journey, j '
U::q:2lel Dinirg er Serrisa
JAB. M. BABR, 1st Vice-President
- and General Manager
Call on or write for time tables
auu ututji iBiurmiuoo to
a H..GATTIS, O. P. and T. A .
' Ralk.qh, N. C
H. 8. LE ADD, T. P. A ,
Hamlet, N. CL
Cash Bayers' Supply
0 fl A1MMM111 11
Wilt famish voa (If csah accom-
raaivs the order) anything aetata
at home, on the farm or ia yoor
place of baaloese, and HAVE yuu
MOSEY. We keep ao rods, no
maanfactarers. wholesale eeajere.
jobbers,. T LOWEST CASH t
PR1CEH, aau wr caen. 1
If yoa aeea any .a.
iiiBfku'ivr inn imarisu.
u'iu Prvnvfi tl RfWRltll a. r K L IT
Trikjs Fbi' 11 h, Mtsir!, iKarac!
- - 1
STATIOXWY, r URJIITi'RK, i
Oooixt. Notios Kiiow.t urratxu,
I TOW liSTOM EA. BlXlODKU STOCK Or
I POULTRT. OR ANkTIIlM tti
IWlow are nrire op a few led
ingaiticlea, tauraaD at aay dept
in North Carolina: Teo horse waoos.
peat and dorable. $33 ; one horae wagon
$23 SO; dump carte $J0; cart wheels aad
axle fll dn; nign arm, 3-0 rawer, urup-
head sewing machine.witn latest aitaou
menu, $10; nice cottar organ ISA;
chapel organ M0; beautiful 7.S ocUfe
pianos, sp'eoia tone ana wen eaaae,
(lift and up, apoordlng to style of rase
If we cannot save you money ws do
not want jour order.
V. S. BARNES,
Rlelfh. If n
irr iMft ev
Va Only High Class
Monthly, ut 25c
a Tear, in the 4
SlMff Po4s. Four Colmmms to tf
Every pat Magazine In itself; each
department edited by "on. who knows
how;" ovary number a nine of iafocma
.ton and entertainment.
Samr'e Copy lor th Asktaf. Addftt UOOD TIME.9, Coiui il us. 'J
W. & W. p. R.
a tl' Al'LAJi-llO COaiil Lib.
- COMPANY OF SOUTU
TRADES QOWQ BO Tl
Ax Rocky Mount,
10 CM 7l
raaiiia qquiu houtq
Lr Rocky Mount,
AfUiia - a
Wilmington and Waldon KailroaA
UnDlvialoa Main LhTzatetea
miMton son a. aatvos jTayattoviik
arrival Banford 1 tt p. a, Satorntns lairv
Banf ord SO ftp. m arrtro Far otterllW 4 X;
WUmtncton and Waldon Railroad. Ban
noOarllJaBraaeh Train mnmB$mMiSt
vilJa 80S it. aa , Maxton 8C a. nu, BJtc
8prtnn 9 06 a.m., Bops Mills 10 6 a. m.
srrlTO FaTOtUriUo U 10. Patnmina laarai
r!522Sl TftUtllk with train
mm Mawm wiui im vaisnma li
Ballroad. at Bad toloa vnAt.
Train on tha i-m1 Hack Braaca -iMvoa
Waldon lUp.nL, HaUfaza nTT
arrivjs Bootland NeS afnlai
7,P- Kinston lk mTT&atnnC
hw taavai Kinston 7 80 a. SL Oranmu
SiP, a. arrirlnf HaUXaxll IMwl m7
Waldon uMjl aCSau7wspt feindaV
Trains oa WsahiaalonBniaS iaarovJaah
iDan'ct n-and tto p. nr. arxlro Par
mala fch a. m. and 4-ca 'ZZZZlz.
tSaa. andao p. mTiHr
mliHtt a. m-and 73 tm
Sdav. f" tar
rlTO Waahimdon :
naday fict9 maStdaafff
nut lams Plrzaool&rimn m7T
Wa.ja.aaa Ccndrv tiL aTLTi
Tra a ftfaa ..
a. at. an
Trata Ca. n
rill 10 a. Mtli S !227 wSLt
I cs J
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Treatasesn Mrv4 u.
aad than 'ThIT. TJZ-Z
4. lfrWTOt HATMwv h. .
te. Hataarr at.
CONTsi 7KL it. I:
One Start Staty rt.. . (i
Popular Science At. .ic- I.
All the Core lorls of H-mc
Lawyer Drportmeot cl H.
Etfitot Half Holttfay the
'price wnrstion department. 1 1 , u c :
ioait Shop. Sports. Ct.r r : f e
Homo Study. The Cor.ucj ; ,
Tbo First The aaa4, arj Wi.t u m
With It, ; practical turn" c'.,.itftr
Tbo Story of the World. Wt.t , ,t It,
Work la Done. t
000ftftoCf 009l ion MM
Double Daily Soma
"CAPITAL CIl V ROUTE."
Short lin to priaeipel eitl of u
South and Southwest, Fior d.Cata
Texas, California and Mcxieu, rtsi
ing the Capitals of six Hia'M.
im kftbct Mat 2C, l'Jll.
. -JIM '-
ar Uaaitat ,
ar OohuaMa ,
Ar Savannah ..
. 4 10 am
10 aft am
I 47 pa
6 1ft am
Lv RaloUtti 4 10 am I M
ar Kaiklat 7 0jam IftM)
ar Wnnnrtoii 11 Ujciu
at. Chartona, loOia lllM
AT Aopnte C4W O...
Ar JdaoonCof Oa.
alt Montc'rj a A W P .. 9 30 pa
At Wow (jTMans LAN . 7J0aa
at Naahnllo H C tst L taa
at Memphis M iUtyai
1 16 as
Lv Raloiah laa 11V
Ar .Norhna ziSam
At roitatuoata lOUaa M
Ma Wasb'ton H A WBB
AT UaUimora B a P Co.
Ar itow York O D 0 a Co
at Pmlartalihw m Yf AH S48pa sl
araow Yor s acpa
Lit Ratetea l 2m 13
r. xorlma Sis am ttt'T
ar Rimimoad etam
ArBaiUaoraPKB ... illam U
Ar Pll-.-IK- m - P i Un i
Atan lottPKK ... l.iua
Connections at Jackaocviils
Tampa, for all Fonda Ei Csai
poinu, aad Cuba and Portu B e
N Orleans, for all point m Tti
txico ana UaJirortlA.
SLssfiaq cas cavtcs-
Nos. tl and 34 Florida aud V evr
poliun Limited. Drswicr Kf
flerping, and Through Lay Co"
between New Tork and Jackaou"1
Throtfh Orawiag Bvom Uuffetil-f
ing cars between Mew York sod &
Nos. 27 and 6 Florida sod Atla
Faat MaiL Through Lnawioi
Buffet rileepinr Cars betaers
V ork J ackaon v ill e, con naci i o f at Baa
ls with Kleeplnr Car to and iron r
TlckeU on sale to all nolnta. P
man births. Reserved and tv
tions made on outgoing st?
from Norfolk. Barrasre cbeO
from hotel anrrresidenoes witho
extra charge. Gall at the
Up-town Ticket Offi
Ycrfccrcjih House Mitel
C. II. GatfcJ C. r. and P.
- BalL BaWgk and intarataU Fho fr
H. a LEA ttD. T. P. A- RalIgr
B. E. L. BUACH, Genl Paaa. AT1
Portamnnth. Va- .
JA8. 1L BAKB. 1st Vice-Pr
and General Manager.
Cteeeaea, ra T1"
M WS f.
Oeaaaee. w ui !
w Oeeex Vj-
laMSoakvtaka Ml In k. XTt..
Oesttateja "YTK7tiT.v i WC
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